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THE DAILY CAIRO JJULLIiiTIN: FRIDAY AiOUNINO, NOVEMBER 14, 1881.
ILLINOIS ORNTUAI. It. h
ShorttMt and Quickest Rout
St. Louis and Ckicasro.
Tho Onlv liine Kurmmt
0 DAILY TUALWS
Making Dihkot Conwkotioi
I'HAIN Ll.T t'iiuo:
it: (J ii ni. Mull.
ArrWltiif in St . Lonls H 00 t.m ; ChicaiMi, X 'VI p.n..,
Poniiealnir Ht Odin Mid Ktlinifi.sin fi r Cluco
nail. Louisville, lri(littnai.hn mi'i p-jcts Kit l,
p. m. Kant t-t. Loui Hint
Arriving 1l St l.oalifi:!', p,m.,nl .oiinertin.
lur nil points West.
iJ:4r p. m. J"'aMt KxpifHH.
For St. Loul nl Chicago, Hrrivlnu M St. Lou'.
lU'lJ p.m., an il CIiIchk" !'" in-
.'1:4." p. in Cincinnati Kx prcsm.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 . ni. ; LouismIK 1:'j
a. m. ; linliwiaio.ls 4;n.' a m. I'ltsi-enicr. lv
thlK traiu reach the l -ve pou.ts 1 U to 'JO
.HiA'IlS in advnjicu of any other r-tit
(r Tlio :i:t') a. in. xpr-;m Im I't I.I. MAN
HonKI'IsO CAlt from L'wrn I i n.c.'m.nt!. wiib
out cliiinjjes, auii llin.ih l cpem t' St. Lo'ib
Fast Tirno Jast.
I vkl'D triil'V h' 1 '"" K""roii!li to -"
1 uSSCllllS ciu points without any deirn
f nusetl by hi-iiCny iutcrveiiine.. T.'ie Sati.rilav Alter
i'ldii train fiuui i.nlro arrives iu new Vo'k Al oti'lay
turnluii at !'::;). Thirty-six hours in advauccol
ui other route.
iiri'o' turou.'b tlrkets hi.l furtnei iLtirinal!o&
tpplT at Illll.ois Central Railroad Depot. Cairo.
J. H. JONtS, iH.iltl AflU
A . II. DAN SON. !. At' T t . i t,tt.m
It. li. TIM E A HI) AT ( All'u
ILI.INO.S CE.NTKAL H. k
i rains i!e;a t. Tmii.- an vf,
Mail 2:2 m.- . i M 1 1 i 4: i. m
K.ipre.s 1:l.'i. iu I lixi't' .. .. !1 4:, n. "i
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Vail A Ex..
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Mail A Lx
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" (honthcrn tilv
Iron Mountain K. H
Vabah K. 1
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7 a. c.
II a rc
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St. lnla C Iro K. K
M.K I. Iter arrive Wuii.. Sat
" dfparta Wed . Kri
P O. gen del. op n from
..7:30am ti T : t ' pm
..tia. m l"1p in.
P.O. box del. Oi'tP ir'im
Snndava iien . Jol. otien Irnm..
ta. m. t" Uiu.Ci.
B a. m. t lo:;uir
Sundaya Ik.x del. open from
4IT-.N01 K -Chantf- will l piri'i"1 ed Irvn
time lo tini" In city pajiera I'naM'e ymn oani. pi
cordiuuly. W.M. M. Ml'Hl'IIV P. M
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS, .
Orsrauized Dfcorabcr, 1833, I'lidor h
Law of 183.
micreKKir to Widow nnd Orphano Vnuial A'd So
clety, o Kanlzei' J my 4th, 1H77, nniia'
tti law of lKJ.
J HIS It. KOIIISSON Pr.'i.lo..l
WM. SI KA l'i' N Vicu prulden
J. A. UULUSTINK Tt.s"nivi
(!. W l)0NIO M"(1"i'h. ndvifoi
THOMAS I.RW1 S:'.M'litr
HOAKI) OF I)IIU:CTO!i- for lr YE All.
Win. Striilton.Strntion Illrd. -roiern, t h io, I'l.
J. A. (roidntine, olliolilytlnu A UoneMvuli'r, hole
n!o and retail dry koimI;C. W. Ounuiiu'. M. Ii.;
Pro, ltd. .Med Kx., for IVnaloti: Allien l.owlj,
co!innlalon merchant : J. H Kihliiou, roiimt
j 11 (I iru au notary publics Wm. V. Pitcher, imiii.
liroker uad limurance aijent; K. II Hnl'd, cliy
lieet iiperviiiir; M. I'h lll , carpi Iltr anil bulid
it; 'iiiomii Lewi", attorney anil secretary K, V,
P:erce.'tltomHV-i!.tdaw, Dntinoin III ; K. 0. Pace
cashier of centennial Han . Ashlcv.lll ( Albert
Havclen.ciiKlilerofUeorueC'oniie lyACo .Spriim
field, I I j II. M i ii mi. nttornev-at-lnw. Ulil Ilu.v
dolph lreet, Chlcnu'o; Hon. Itcibt, A. llatcrer. at-tornev-at
law, Charleston. .Mo ; li. I.eiirhloi:
castiier First Natiouiil lian'.t. stunrt. Iowa.
THE btST REMcDY IN THE WOULD FOR THE CURE
OF ALL DISEASES PECULIAR TO FEMALES.
Tt la a Sppc llo for the cure of Pnlllnc of ttto
Womb. LimeortlioM, Piiln In tlio ltaek, l'riliiful
orHmmri'SM'd Menstnmtloll, 1' UioiIIiik, l'ltlnt
ln SeiiHiiHons, linJ nil tlio vnrli'il t roubles lit
tendiiiK the pct lotl know n us Change of Life.
MERRELLS FEMALE TONIC ton"
AlHl STltKNtlTII tolho t'TKRINK I'lLNCTIONH,
CXCltltiniiPitltliyiiellon.aiKl roHtorliiK lliein to
their iiorniiiU'onillllon. Ills plrnsuiit to tlio
tllStO, MAV IIHTAKKN AT ANY TIMK, Ollll
truly a "Mother s Friend." I Knr tnrlher id
vlce read Meriell a Aliimiiiu!. Pull illrootlons
with r noli tiiiltlo. Pi lee, ! I .ik. Preimroil liv
JACOB B. MERRELL, St. Louis, Mo.
PM(f by all DruitiiUn uud Uuuicts in Medicine.
rjtlJE CITY NATIONAL HANK.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITA L, !L"1 00.000!
'i!iuial Kankiiitf I'usiiies-
rjus, v. ii.viw-iDW
INTEUlMtiSE HAVING BANK.
KXTLl'.MVKLY A AVJNlils hMi.
thoh w. ITA:.IL)A .
i.ioiiimi'pcial Ayl'iiuo nnd Kili-I' Mnct
CAIRO, i r,i.
. HitOSS. l'rmJt. I I'. NiPl', V.c: P;es'it
li. Cashier. I T. J. Keilll. As't cusli
, Ei.iss MM Ca'io I William Kltlue. .' : In
Peter Nelf " Wmimn Wuif.... "
,'. M OMcrloh " I O. Patler "
". A. Under " I H. Wells '
J. V. Cleinron, Caledonia.
A iK KKA '. BANKING lifSISKaS DON !'..
KxliaiiicJ ro'.d and bo'ifbt. Interest p'lld II
I'll' MviLKS Department. Collection" li:ede n
al! l.iis'n.'fS promptly attenib'd te.
PHOFJC SSI'JN A I, CA It Urt.
J)U. .T. E. STIWNG,
129 roramcrcial Ave., Cairo, til.
VAr'OK. ELECTP.O-VAPOH a.ui MEDlC'ATlil
I1ATII.S administered iall).
A ady in attendance.
C N SULTATTON FKE1'.
y m. iiah:;ell, m. d.
OcF.CK- Kat Sid ' C mi nerclal, tte'.ow 9tU St.
'a:ro. 1 11 iio:b.
it. H W. 'HITLOCK,
v .......1 . ..
t'. i-.Sn. VM Ciii: lu..rrial A ' i '
"J . FAIl-iON M 0.,
OCULIST AND AUIHST.
(IFF It' -. Cit Urn,; s or., Carond!u, I'.'..
f J jcO fi
V iir y4V
W ATE It TANKS
Delivered at CAIRO, 111.,
at tlio FOLLOWING PBIUKS:
Ft bolt on. Ft. stave Capacity cnl. Pilec.
G x 1150 821.00
fi x 0 11.30 215.00
7 x 2000 32.00
7 x 0 2250 30.00
7 x 10 2500 10.00
The.o tanks nre made or f'l.l' All CYPKKSS. 1'
1n'he llili-k, erntuly hoopud and are WATbK
'1K.HT. They tiro
!liiipo(l w1h)1iuhI uro well bi'iioi'il
lo pr.'v. nt tlie'r 1) tnir V cit d r broken in hit till
lint?. Ki miti fnn l"h(d lor
ThuUb of miy Hi..
A. IIIGCiS .V IIHOH,,
' 1!I7 I'elord SI,. No Orleans, La.
Causes no 1'iiln
(lives Rrlii-f at
(Hlt'C. 1 Iiorougli
Cure, Not a L!q-
mi l 1 1
plv into rj"trli oivu Ii a Tr'al. fto cut at
ilniKi'lst. Ill rent by mall neutered. Scud
lor cln iilar. Haniln, by mall 10 cents,
ELY IlROrUBHS, l)rtii!Kl"t, Owcjo, N' Y.
INS' HAM r.
a t. "t t. .-, "
. l U si r
J gas? ."K
Look I'm1 tlio Red LiM,
nt Dolhuii'ii no (Jlii.i l. vcf,
Huwctt uun ni.ply y.iu whli t lie li;st
Oy titers in lliu ciiy. tf
L'ihIit the HUHpiccH of tlio wonmn's club
Hitil lilirniy AHsni'i'iniiu : C'Nhh in oil P'lint
hip, Mm. 6 FinL r ; utasn in woiul-cttrvini;,
liHiiiiiKrcl bmss, rcpou.-ae, iiunicl itiLf hiiu
etching, Mm. F. Komiiuytr. For tcrniR
an ! Iicui s apply louliovu iiHinc 1 tuaclicrii,
PI .ice your orders with IL ivett fur
0)b!fl8 Ulnj Flhl). tf
For a Good ileal
or a yood ruoin, (ii to Deli uu's, 50 Ohio
Ail Answer Wan toil.
Cnn any one hrinj u a chhh of Kidney
or Liver cunphint llitt Flectric 15. tiers
will n-it np eii i ly ciimj Uesty tliey can
nut, M8 llii'llaU'iil-i of ruses already JliTllia
i.cntly cured and who an; tlmly reeuiniiiei.d
inj,' Electric rjitttr.-i, will prove. Uiiyht'i,
diKeii.se, dialittcti, weak b.ick,or wy uriunry
nompl.iiut quit k!y cured. 'I hey purity the
blood, n filiate the bowe'n', and act (I red
ly on the diseased p iris. Every bottle guar
anteed. For snl'j at GOc, a b ittlo by linn-lny
For tlie Iiet Oysters,
oo to De-'iiUD'c, .VI (Jiiio levee.
HeWetl's Oyster Depot is on Eifihth
strcer, one door e-ibt of Coinmt rrial. tf
huekifeii's Arnica Silvc
Tie Cebt tjulvu In the world for Cuts.
oi.iM-s, Hores, Ulcers, fcal t Klitum, Fevei
"ores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains.
I'orpp.and all fkiti Eruptions, and positive!
ures 1'ile. lr it pu.'iranteeu torsive per
fect sHisfat tiot), or nioney refunded. Prici
.' rente rH.r t. For Rsle by Hard'
op ;i Pay and Niylit.
I. Cell's !' .-I illlnot, 30 Ohio ii Vec. t'-
A I awjer's Opinion of intcrot to all.
.1. A TiiMi't, E fj , a .e d ii' iitiornev
I Win in. .Mivi., wii:e: "After u-ini it
t"r iii .re th'ii tl.i''-'' cir, 1 t.i'ii' ureal
, 'e;i iiie in si! II a: I reoal'd Dr. Kind's
N'-w I):S"uv.-ry (r ('n.-un.ptio.'i, ns tie
'es.t rt 111' oy ill the Worl.l lor C'lom HMO
' l is. 1 1 Iris iii ver failed to rure the nio-i
oV' re colds I IpiVe l.nd, Hlnl iovariai' V re-i-Vi-s
Hie nii: (ii the che4i,''
Triil ti'til'sol Ibis hi; cur! f r al
I T"Mt Hi d lUlIU di-ii!ieM may lie b id Irei
t D ire ny Hr.'a 'Irti s-tore, Lnr'e f t'-.
Only (lie Hejt P.i and of oysters,
"t DeUkUii's, f)(5 Ohio leee. tf
"Jioinrh on Pain."
Cures colic, cramps, doinl.te ; external
ly for aches, puins, spnin-, head die, in ur
-diiis, ilieiiuiitibin. For mull or bcist. 23
and ,10 cents.
For twenty years I wes a nill rer from
C't.nh ot the head and (droit in a very au
tiravnted furni, and (itirinu the suinnicr
niotiihs with 11 iy Fever. 1 procured a bot
tle of Ely's Cream li ,ltn, and i.fter a few
ipptiettii'tis received decided benetit was
rundbefoie tlie bottle was useo. Have
had no return of the complaint. Charlotte
Parker, W:ivi i ly, N. Y.
1 lie Hope of the Nation.
Cd'.l Ireti, blow in development, puny,
srrawn) aid delicate, use "Wells' Health
II. Kro.'o-r, of We.-t Pl iin-, M ., s-iys:
Sly wife had ll-'ti tint; list winter, and she
U-ed one bottle of Mi-rreli's FcinaK) Tonic
and was cured, although I had the seivices
:i t AO d-jctuis liefoie. She owes her life to
Mrs. MiryH iyd, of Avon, Si. (J. nevieve
Co., Mo, sujs, August 2Utli, 1 ty:J : I have
Used Merreli's Female Tonic duriiiL!
net;niitii y, and aficr child birth, with the
very best result? I chihh t speak too high
ly of it.
'iioiigli on I'rtiu" rbister;
Piirotis and stn-ndH'tiiuir, improved, (lie
bc-t lor Imckache, pains in chest or side,
rhcuniailMii, iietiraluia. 2") ctuts. Driiu
Uisls or lu-iil. 5
Curler's Linle Liver Pills nie free from
ill crude and irritating matter. Conceti
(rated medidne onlyjvry siu.i li very easy
to take; no pain; ,u giippinui no I'tiryiiifr,
Something "hi Allen's H lioiis Physic
Acts quickly, relieves prmii) tly, and never
falls to cure slt k head n he ami constipa
tion. 23 cents hr-c b 1 1 ! c . At 'ill driii;
For the Cure of Coughs, Coldn.
Hoarseness, llrondiitis.Croup, InfJu-
enza, Asthma, Whoojiin? Coupli, In-
cipicnt Consttmption and lor tr.e rc
cod stapes of the DiHr,e. Tor Sale
by all Druggists. Price, 3$ Cents,
blow almost bevered tlio head from tho
body. Ills neck was broken and both
jaatular veins were cut. Tlio murderer
A Mill At Feorla.
Curt ago, III., November 13. Patsy
Curd III, Uio heavy weight pugilist, In
company with several other boxers,
leaves, to-night with his backer, Chue,
E. Davlcs, for Peoria, where ho meets
to-morrow eveuiur, November 14th, Tom
Anderson, tho Chicago pugilist, In a
lour-ronnd glovo coutest, Murquls of
(Jueetisbury rules. A number of Chicago
sports will deavo to-day to wltuess tho
contest, Anderson left yesterday for
Tho South American Commission.
Ciiicuio, D.L., November 13. Tho
Commission appointed by President
Arthur lo visit South America and obtain
information as to the best means of
promoting the commercial and political,
relations of tho United States with those
countries, met at the Grand Pacific this
morning. After a brief session the chair
man of the Commission, ex-Governor
Reynolds, of Missouri, started for the
City of Mexico, to be joined by the other
members en route.
Absolutely No Truth In It.
CnrcAOo, 111., November 13. Advices
from New York state that there Is abso
lutely no truth In the report telegraphed
from that dty this afternoon of a loss of
liSO votes In threo district ou the Demo
cratic doctoral ticket ol New York.
Brighton Boach Rftoaa.
New Y'okk, November 13. The races
at Itrlghlou Beach were continued yester
day Tho five events were well contested
and the track was lu excellent condition.
First Itaee Thro e-year-olds and up
wards; three-fourths mile: Gartleld, llrst;
Bridget, second; (Juick March, third.
1:1!'. Mutuals, gtJ.si).
Second liaco All aires: mile
eidith: Tilford, 0rt; Lytton,
U. Monee, third.
1:57 1-2. Mil-
Third Pace Handicap for all ages;
one and one-fourth miles: Jim Carlisle,
tlrt; Bouncer, second; Wood Mower,
third. Time, 2:10. Mutuals, SU7.70.
Fourth liace All ages; one mile: Her
In rt, lir.-t ; Topsey, second; Frank Mul
len, third. Time, 1 :;:;;. Mutuals paid
Fifth liace All aires; seven-elghthsj
mile: Valiant, llrt : Greenland, second;.
Hosia;.', third. Time, 1 :o3. Mutuals
Trotting Park For Sale.
Pru ioknck, H. I., November lit. The
Narragansett Trotting Park will be sold
at auction December 5th, by order of the
hank to whom the property was niort
SMd. Pension Commissioner Dudley's Report.
Washington, I). C, November 13. j
Commissioner of Pensions Dudley, In
his annual report for the last fiscal!
years, says that at tho close of tho
year there were 322, Tot pensioners on
the rolls classified as follows: 218,05'J
army invalids; 7.",,;iii army widows,
minor children and dependent relatives;
2,16 navy invalids; ,!:! navy willows,
minor ctiiUJren and dependent rela
tives; ;i,S'JS survivors of the war of
112, and 19,512 widow s of those who
served ill that war. During the year
the names of 35,413 pensioners were
added to Uio roll and I;,315 were
dropped for vurlous causes, leaving a
net increase to the number on the roll
of l'.i,0'.is;. The amount paid for pcn
sions during the year was J.v;,'ji)rt,5'.i7.
Since lsill 520,324 disability claims ami
323.4H2 death claims have been tiled.'
Of the Invalid claims 272, 024, and of tho
death claims 213,082 have been allowed:
At the rate claims have been filed for tho
last few years the close of the year 18S0
will undoubtedly show l,nou,Oiio claims'
tiled for pensions since lSo'l. The total
amount which has been disbursed to pen
sioners since lsj'd Is fJi"t,:Uii,tS34.
So general hud been the complaint
from applicants for penMoii of inability1
to ascertain the w hereabouts of company,
otllecrs uud comrades, often defeating the
allowance of a claim for want of testl-:
mony from these witnesses, and tho com
parative limited resources of Uio special
examination sen ice lo supply the want In
the large number of cases of this charac
ter that the Commissioner deemed It nec
essary to inaugurate some method where
by tho Post-olllcc addresses of as largo a
number as possible of the surviving
soldiers of the late war bo procured audi
compiled Into a permanent record coil'
veulent for reference. With this object!
Iu view, suitably prepared printed slips!
for name, rank, eompauy, regiment ami!
Post-ollloe address were accordingly)
sent out to Grand Army UepulilM
Posts, and as early as April last a suillclent
uumber had been completed and received
so that their arrangement, according to
military service, could be coinnieuced.i
In addition to this the examiners In the,
leuslou Olllce were required to note thui
names of all witnesses w ho had been iu'
tho service which they met with Iu the,
examination of claims, so that from this'
source alone some 150,oo0 names were se
cured, ll Is expected that by January
next thorn will bo arranged and ready for
iinmodiaU) reference a record of
between 600,000 nnd 700,oon names.
Tho practical use of this rec
ord became immediately apparent
as soon us reference could bo made to It,
and the liiforiiintlon furnished hy it has.
proved of material service In tho adjudi
cation of claims, both as to expediting;
tho work and the nscci'lalnineiit of the
necessary facts, Many Instances urlse
which could be cited, If necessary, show
ing the Inability of claimants to' pmcuro
material testimony for want of knowledge
of their comrades' whereabouts, which
the liiformaUou afforded by this record
relieves, nnd often Is Ilia menus of not
only establishing tho right to a pension,!
but of opening tho way to defeat an uu-'
The Commissioner observes that the
system of settlement of pension claims
has properly claimed the serious consid
eration of Congress for the past two ses
sions. It has not thus far been deemed
wise to change, Hits syslem, Imperfect as
it may seem in It operations in somu
cases, and remedial legislation has been
proposed which should take from tho
claimant some of the burdens which In
their operations amount to a prsollcal
denial of his claim, On tho subject of
remedial leghdiitloii tho Commissioner
contents himself by briefly referring to
and recommending Uia passage of tlio bill
icmhraclng hi rveoiiiincudatlons reported
to the Senate, and placed ou tho calendar
lu May lust, where It Kill remains,
Terrific Explosion at Tolodo, Ohio,
Which Was Heard a Hundred
The Wotk of Destruction In the Immdl
ate Vicinity, and Reaching for
Five Miles Around.
Toi.eijo, O., November 13. This morn
lug Toledo was startled by a terrific shock
which shook tho bulldlugs, shattered
glass and created a panic In nnmy schools.
It was caused by. an explosion in the
nltro-glycerlne factory and storehouse of
A. J. Kummel & Co., located about four
miles up the river outside the city limits.
Five men were at work In tho establish
ment at tho time. None were
killed, but all moro or less injured.
Tho result of tho explosion In tho
vicinity Is simply terrible. Large trees
were twisted off and the ground torn up.
Everything preseuts a deplorable scene.
Windows were shattered iu tho House of
Kefuge near by. In Terrysburg, five
miles distant, windows were broken.
The school-house walls were cracked and
black-boards thrown to the floor. Every
body rushed out of their buildings. The
shock was felt in Detroit, ami at various
Canadian points across tho lake, and as
far east as Cleveland. At each of these
distant places it was supposed to bo an
ToiJiiKj, O., November 13. There were
23,000 pounds of dynamite and 8,000
pounds of gunpowder stored lu the
magazine. Uummel & Co. lose about
$10,000. No Insurance. The damage
throughout tho city foots up many hun
dreds of dollars. It is Impossible ut this
time to estimate it.
ItElUltXKI) THE FIHE.
An Officer Dangerously Wounded by
Cincinnati, O., November 13. At 3:30
this morning Ollicers James Edgar and
John McLcod, discovered threo burglars
attempting to open a safe In Locke's
grocery, corner of liinggold and Mon
mouth streets, Newport, Ky., but becom
ing aware of the ollicers' presenco they
scampered. They were tired upun, with
out effect. Tho burulars then returned
the tire, shooting oilicer Edgar In the
stomach. He was removed to his house
where ho Is In a'precarious condition.
CioltriON KKPURTED KILLKD.
Paris, November 13. At a Cabinet
meeting to-day, M. Jules Ferry announced
that he had received dispatches informing
bitn that Gordon had been killed while on
his way from Khartoum to Berber.
Grain tnd Provision.
Tlll'ltsDAY.NOVKMBKK 13, 1HS4.
Cotton- steiidv: inhldllim-. s..iIiiL'.
Klol'k Sleuily ; XX to eliok-e, p.JUaS.lB
Whkat Higlior; No. 2 Ued, "WWi'c; No.
Coiin Lower; No. 2 mixed, Sft'f4uVc; No,
x wnuo nuxeu, j ',u i.k
oats Wenker; No. 2, 'ilie.
I! v K Mini i No. 2, 4s f.tc.
Tobacco Mrin; Iiikm: common to etaok-o
$Ti.(Hl'o lo.Oli ; leaf ; common rod leaf, fT.ftom 10.
U0: medium to Rood, IS.uOw 17.00.
lUr I'ruirie. P.i..W' lo.fto for prime to cltolco
new ; Clover mixed, jo.vtudi iu.no lor common to
prone; prime new timothy, $tJ,uoni.0u; fnu
Kuttkk steady ; oliolre to funey creamery
nrk!i dairy, choice to fancy. iOVMa.
linns yulet j frti)i stock, ls,ii19e, per
1'otatoka Firm forohnleo; common dull;
common k) euoieu, ww;riO.
1'omk Dull: new uiess, $t3.2fW13.W.
I.ako Uuiet; orlnie stuam. fi?47o.
Macon Ixinirs, 77Te; shorts, SS'dS'ie;
cit'Hr rins, I'awsp, uu rnieKCU.
Wimil Tuh-wnslieil, choice, 2Sc; fair, 27e;
(lluey anil low. a-J'ai.le. liwasheil t'lioieo
HiH'liuiii. Kiuioc; irooil nverniru meilluiii, IS
hoc; seiemim nifiit line, leu iso; nocul uver
ae, IHmlTo; heavy, 11 n hie; comblmr, (imr
ter hlooil, JO'u JO'nC; coiuljliig, low grades, 11
'tt I lO,
HlhKS Straijy nnd firm; dry ftlnt, 17c;
(lainiiireil, Mo; hulls or stilus Hint, hie; salt
ecL IH'; Khie stoek, fie, (ireen sulleil, lie;
(iitiiiatrnn, (c; vein cull skiiis, ll'ej hulls or
stHKs, e; Ki'een uncui'eil, 7u7 ',e; ilamii(jrea,
fi.Ve ; Kin4, He.
siikkh I'ki.ts Dull ; preen, 50 000; dry, do,
muj tfreuii siieiuiings, l.i'a.iue.
VVhkat Weaker; No. 2 lied, December,
fil'.e; .Jiimmry , ki 'ic ; Fclifuiuy, si',c; Mareli,
Cohn sieudy ; November, (12 '.,'e ; December,
"'; January, 47V; February, 47,',e; May,
ors Firmer; November, 327c; December,
Wiikat Weaker; Noveinher,72-iei Decern
tier, 7.'ISo; January, 74',c; February, 74e;
May, sl vc.
( osn lliirber; November, 14 So: December,
Riio; year, H'j'.c; Jniiiinry, uao; May,
Oats Klrtuor; November, 27c; December,
Ifisjti; yeur,i'n'; May, li)a.
I'oiik Firmer; year, $11.30; January,
JII.M; Fehr.mrv,$ll.4Ji4. J
Laud Weaker; November, $R,tt"V; Decom
ber, $il.sfl; ,lnnnry, $a.7H ; February, .I.tf7'.
Siioiir lOiu-Novomber, $ti.7&; January,
f.ss; Feliruary, .i2.yj.
Llvo Stock Market.
Hons Ki'e.iiu, .xotio; fHiriv active; 10o
lower; lUlit, M.oui4.l0; roioxri packlnir,
$4. OH' l.3u; lieuvy packing ana shlpiiinK 4.40
t'ATTi.K llccdlptu, io,.vm: weak; exports,
fi.liliiS.bO; eiiiiimoii to eliolee, S..IO'itll,lu.
sihki' Keepipts, 4,ii; 2,ie lower; common
t ) suuii, 1.11114.00.
C'vitt.r siady ; (toh,mI to choice steers,
l.liiu.a.70; fair to nteOlmii, $4.4fi.V.
siiicm'anii Lamms Miirket dull; uinrllum
to i)oilNlieepfi-iiiii s to ni ks. $3.IU'S4.ou; good
to choice Oniimllnn. lambs, J4.su 4.HU,
Hons liinul to choice Yorkers .and fair
butchers' (trades, l.90w6.u6.
C tii.k Iteoeipts, 4.IKK) hcRil ; prass rancera
nrtive unit tiuchmiKeU ; no good for natives
lions Receipts, S.NW head; weaker; liuajoo
lo ier; loMof 17'Jto soft lb, avoraite, ti.iuid
4,-. liisllllv, f4.IO t.HA.
Piisur-liei-eipiH. lAoo heud; iteaJy fair
to )iooU liiiiliotiR, 4kls3.fttt, gm
Money and Stock Market.
Nkw Yiihk, November 13. Money, t per
cent, tUclmnuH tlnu. UoveruuiouU ilrongi
emrency, il'a, IIS bill ; 4', coupon, 1UV hid;
4H (to, ll.'I't hid. The stock market opened
sl rutin and so eonlliiuod on in ail ransai,.
lions tliroimhont the morning. lHiatlnir
-n wltltnut fnuliirn t,f Vnl.ntM, l.,,ii
clln io. steadily bhl prices up, ami' nt one
i i lie itornuew reilHf'U .'i1l JMr Cent,
since noon there ha lunin a fraeitoual reao
llou, but the utidDirtanv l rtlUouuub '
An I ml a st ry Confined to the State of
T ho makinijof quartz jewelry la pecu
liarly a California industry. Its man
ufacture was begun in tho early days
following tho gold discovery. Though
quartz lit for tlio art of tho jeweler is
found all over California, tho best is
that coming from tho mines of the
Grass valley. It is not often tho miner
comos across rock which would find a
salo among the jewelers. The gold has
to bo evenly distributed and not lumpy,
ao that it has passod through tho nec
essary stages to propare it for sotting;
tho spots and seams are well scattered
through tho rock. The quartz which a
minor thus procures is sontdown either
to a bank or an assay ollioo, and from
there tho jowelor receives notice that a
consignment Is roady for auction. The
bids tlion depend entirely upon the
stato of tho stock hold by tho different
bidders, and should a jowolcr happon
to be in want of quartz, the amount
paid would bo doublo that which ho
would pay on any other occasion.
As a rulo tho jdwelor pays much
higher for tho rough quartz than would
ouo who desired to purchase tho gold
to molt, luo quartz as taken oy tuo
jeweler is brought iu lumps weighing
from ouo to leu pounds, and in this
condition it is handed over to a me
chanic for tho purposo of being cut
into slabs. Tho process is an easy one
and nearly similar to that followed by
tlio marblo-cuttcrs. Tho saw by which
this operation is performed is circular
and niado of shoot tin and chargod with
water and emery. Tho quartz is hold
up to it, and in its revolutions it divides
the quartz. Tho slabs in which tho
quartz is cut do not generally exceed
one-eighth of an inch in thickness.
Tho preliminary work is then over.
It is not till tho lowciy is maao, tno
fittings, ns it woro, that these slabs are
again cut, then fitted into tho gold and
cemented. It is then ground off level
with tho gold nnd finally polished until
it assumes that brightness as wncn ex
posed for salo.
I ho coloring ol quartz is extromoiy
rich and varied, being found in tho
same section of country in white and
black and piuk nnd blue. - Hitherto
there has been no preference expressed
iy tho buyor for tho color of tlio quartz
in tho trinket. Perhaps this has boon
obviated by tho j jwoler, who, in tho
manufacture of even tho smallest arti
cle, novor fails to give as varied an as
sortment of quartz as is possible The
method of tho valuation of quartz rock
is peculiar. It is first woighod as any .
other material, and then under water,
a9 rock woighs next to nothing wuou
under water surface. Tho amount of
gold imbedded in tho rock can by this
process bo determined.
There havo not been men wanting
who havo nttomptod to make artificial
quartz to bo used in tho manufacture
of largo goods, in tlio way of card ta
bles and similar articles, but decided
failuro has followed each and every at
tempt. Whether quartz jowclry will
over become fashiouablo is a question
which tho business monol this city give
no long thought. Thoy declare their
Inability to uso quartz fantastically, or
to surliciently lino it down so as to cut
it into delicate llowers and loavos.
There is an air of substantiality about
all tho trinkets mado for ladies, which,
though handsome, have somewhat of a
clumsy look. And tho jeweler has to
contend against a difficulty which lios
on tho opposite side. Quartz cannot
bo had in sufficiently largo pieces to
uso in tho manufacture of objects of use
Somo years ago a jowol-caskot was
mado in this city for tho wife of a cer
tain rich judgo, which in itsolf was a
marvol of beauty andolcganco, it boing
of solid gold and quartz, having four
panels, each fivo inches iu length and
throe In width. Tho cost incurred in
this work was enormous and tho
amount of labor incredible. Somo
slight estimate of tho troublo may bo
formed when tho maker of tho casket
had to employ a man who traveled for
two ontiro months through tho mines
in search for quartz of sufiiciont size to
executo tho order.
After diligont inquiry among sevoral
workers it was ostimatod that not ovor
$150,000 worth of quartz jewelry Is dis
posed of in this city during a year and
not $25,000 worth is bought for pooplo
to wear in Sau Francisco. San Fran
Thoro are now 450 door in General
Harding's park, six miles from Nash
ville, Toun. Notwithstanding tho
Harding family's lovo for venison and
tho largo nuinbor of friends frequently
tuppliod with tho delicacy, tho herd in
creases rapidly. At tho closo of tho v
war it numbered but sixty head. The
park has 425 acres, and has many foxos
within its bottuds. Geuoral Harding.
now ninety years old, possesses a grand
farm of acres.
, . . ..
At .Madrid a fow days ago an opora
uiauager robuuod a dansouso for mak
ing a misstep, romarklng: "You danco
like, a chicken." Tho dancer's husband
demanded an apology, but tho manager
denied having insulted the lady. Tho
husband thereupon plunged a daggor
into the heart of his wife's traducor.
. m -
The shorter tho tunnel tho sweeter the
kiss, but the older the cough tho harder
the cure. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup has
biokt n many stubborn coughs.
lienp Homes in Arkansas anil Texas
Along the lice of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacitlo Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
seres ot tho choicest farming and grazing
lncils in the world, ranging in prico from
$2.00 to $300 nnd $4.00 per aero, in a
healthy country, with climMe unsurpassed
for silubrity and comfort, fend your ad-
Ires to the undersiuneil lor a copy ot sta
tistics ol'crnp raised Id Arkanrss snd Tens,
In 1882. and inakeni) Jfotir mind to go and
see for yonrsdf when you learn that the crop
fur 2883 is 00 per cent larger man intr or.
1862. To those purchasing land owoeu ny
Hi., ronmsnv. and paying ono-fourth, ono-
mir, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
Hlluvfcd for money paid for tlckotr or freight
over the Companies lines.
11. C. TowssBJtD, Qcqt rs. Agt.
St. Louis, Ho.