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THIS DAlhY UAIUO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MOKNLNU, NOVEMBER 16, 1884.
ILLINOIS CKNTKAI, It. It
Shortest and Quickest Roul
St. Loilis Mill ClllCiliTO.
Tho Onlv Line Kuiminu
Making Dikkgt Cohnkotion
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Arriving In ft. Lnula 9 00 a.m.; C'hchrii, jj.il.,
Comihi.iIiik nt Oillti mid Klftnirriam (i r CI hi it)
Dull, Luuinville, ludlanaunha ami kjI ik (U-t,
ll:ilt I. III. Flint !-t. I.intin niol
Arriving It t I.oai (j:43 t. in ., ami eonneeuii.
lur all points Weal.
3:45 i. in. I' ltHt Kx ii chh.
For St. Loult and Chicago, arrlvlnit nt St .
IU'15 p. in., Hid Cliitau T:iU a. m
.'i:4fj j. m Cincinnati Kxpri'KH
Arriving at Cincinnati 7 :(0 a. pi. ; Loumili IiV
a. m. ; lillaiiauo.l 4.i.'. a m. Paetii(ur. lit
lhl tram reaen the above non-tn lUi lu il
HOL'Kbln advancu of unv olticr nnto
rflTTlia V4 a. in. exprimii Pl.'I.I.M A N
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out ctaaiiitea, and through alceuur t.i I.o-i i
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cauaed by Sunday iult-rvi-bliiK. The Saturday alter
loon tra.n fiuui ("alio arrived In new Yo'k Voudu)
nornlug at 10;U'). Ttilrtj-li hour In advanciol
ty other route,
I'jr-Ki" through tlrkeU atd fnrtt.ei n. tor mallei
il'piy at lilliiole Central Kallroad iienot, Cairo.
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Sunda'vt Ih.x del. open from. ...ti a. m. ti. Wi.inaT
IfNOTK.-t'hani,''- will I pu'iU'.fd li.-n
time to limn In rlty paper, fnanuo yo'ii rur.in ,
cordiiinly. W.M. M. MTUIMI P. v
THE BtST REMtDY IN THE WORLD FOR THE CURE
CF ALL DISEASES Peculiar TO FEMALES.
It 14 n Spc lie for tlic oiiri' of KiiIIIiik of tlic
Voinb. LcucorihiiM. I'ain In Dm Hack, Painful
orSiipprosxeil Mi'iisi runt ion, 1 luixliiiit. Kiilm
iiiR Si'iisailons, nml nil llifl varli'il trouldos ut
U'liuinjt the period known its Change of Life.
MERRELL'S FEMALE TONICS
ftlldSTKllMilli Mtlll'l I KKt.NK Kl NITIdNH,
eipltltig healthy Hidlon.aiiil rcnt'irlni? llinn to
their normal condition, ll Is pleasant to the
taste, mav urtakkn at anv ti.mk, nnd H
tmly "Mother' Friend." 1 l-or further ad
vice read Men-ell a Alumnae. rull directions
with encli lioltle. Price. l (io, Prepared liv
JACOB S. MERRELL, St. Loulf, Mo.
Poid iiy mi DruiiulHta and 1'caiera in Medicine.
CAIRO OPKIiA HOUSE.
mo?l'v 1 OCT. 17 tt IS.
Grau's English Opera Company
In Kt.rnit Miihlcriilif
"f 2u'Mi'h l.lKilt II llllllkl'l'l'll il'f, '
and tho New York ('H!no' Lntuft and nn-Mcbt
With tlu rol owtui; OriatCiift of Popular AriiBta:
MIS Ili-SSIE (JHKV, for twu Suaioni wlib
Oran' Ot en (,' unp.iuv.
MISS IIKLKN (JoOPEll, lato of New York
M I S 4 K I i l l K A Y h K 4, 1 mo ol llijou Opera 1 onae
MIsS AMY IIAHVLY, Into of Fay Tetnpleton
fiiier i Com any.
MIt. Jos- I'll UP.KESSFK' I) Kit, lulu of New
York Clii' Htid New itirk Opera Company.
MH. .MAX FIOM N. lute of Itlro' Opi r o.
Mil. KltiKNE lIAltV'KYJateol McCaull Opera
M t. II. II. WM.HO. Into of fatliurlne Lewi
Opara Company, and other
Superb Chorus and Orchestra
HANS KKKSSIO, Mu cal Director.
ITlt' -rved tent, panincttj ami Parnnette
Clicle, Si .mi; Ilre (,'lrc'e. T.'i. Admii-dlon 7''. M)
anil 'ii cent. iteerveii aeai on :iii; ai unuer
(JAIKO OPKIiA HOUSE.
Oju' Xiiit Only.
THURSDAY, NOV. 20
1 hi' I'irst 'iicat ('(iiiii'iuiy (his Season
will ajipi'iir in this city.
Ihl popular ronipanv. vtronKT and b' tter than
ever, Ciiiipiwd o! the bet mm rcl talent availa
ble, pre.iutli nnnilii ric new Dovel'.ln.
The Hi'st Coiiieiliatu,
Haiicprs, ml-Men and
Musicians in the i'rofosion
Look Oulforthe Grand Parade at12
C"Adiii!!ion, &t and 7") cent", ( allery, Si
cuui. .-eai ai'cured at KU'iir'a.
'I'llKClTV NATIONAL HANK.
;i oiuo lkyki:.
JA I'lTAi ., eiuO.OOO!
General Ilanl.ii.,' I ii.-Ili-sj
'II' OS, .V. IL,II,!,11 VV
KXl'LUMVS I-V A SAVJN'iis .SAK.
T'lOS. AV. IIAT.I.l PA ,
UniiiiiciTin,! Aveuiic ui'l Ki-.rhtl' Strctt
CAM a.). ILL.
-. itPlij-s. Pr.-t '.
il. WKI.lS, c-nlil r
I . N "I T. 'ce !'re'ni
T. J. Kerlll, A'l e-b
. P,ro M C'i'ro I " lUi'im H'.i'.o .t :in
Peter Neil' " I Vi llliinn U'liil.,.. "
i , .M OMerluh " 1 C. (i. Pi.C.c r '
i: a. Puiier " ! n. w.d:
J, Y. l'!ein"'Ti, Cali'd'it'ln.
.;r.NKUAMI.NKIMi i:fSlSS i)'iM-:.
Kxi-hantt'i ro'd and hi.'ii'l-t. lr'.-.-t p vl tt
fie avtnif llejiartnieiit. Cnllertipn inade mil
t:I 'ii.mieKS protiiptlv 1 1 ti r 1 tr.
PKoFHSSluN A L CAKIW.
J jH. J. E. STUONU,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, ill.
VAI'OU, F-LKCTKO-VAPOIt 4Ni) M ED'.CATED
A ady In attendance.
Jjl M. IJAUKELL, M. 1).
01- VIC E-Kml Side Coinnierclii!, below gth St.
fy. K W. WIIITLOCK,
urrii'i No. 1HK Coirm.irr.tal Avet.nt, between
till ''a ind Ninth Str"i
jyj (i. PAioxa, m, n
OCULIST AND AUR1ST.
OPFItrt Oily DrtlK .Slum, CiirliouiUlo, I'l.
P A T E X T S,
Cveal, Ite-lue nnd TradeMnrL aecii'ed. nml
all other iml"tit riiii.ea in the. I Blent tiftlii" and
lielnro the Court promptly ntnl curefiilly intruded
I'pnii receipt nf nioilel ' rlictei of Invention, I
III nk i) careful examlinilloii, mid udvlxe u to
puti'iilHldlltv Fr if Clmrite.
VKKH MODKK TH. anil I mnlid ') CIIAIK1K
t'NLKSS PATENT IS SKCl'UEl) Itilnriiiailon,
ndvii'u ami apec al refer nee Kent on npidlciitlon
J. It, LIITKLL, Wuahlnuton, 0. V.
Near U. Hi l'ati'Ut OlUcg.
Look for the Kcil l.ilit,
ut Dflituire !M Oliio levee.
Iluwtitt cm mpjily yu 'u'h the I't'Ht
OyaliTu in tliu city, tf
Under the HUKpiccs of tlm woiii in'a club
and lilirary HKiiciati(iii : t'lHhs in oil piiiiit
inj.', Mr. O. Fihla-rjolass in woiKi-carvinj,',
liHiiiiiictcii lirusH, ri'pou (', uiiiili'liiiif him
t'tcliin', .Mrs F. Ivdsiiii-yer. For terms
and hnurs upi-ly to abovu mime I tcachcre.
Place your ooJera with IKwctt for
Oeterg ami Fibli. tf
For a (Jooil Meal
or a .jo-id nOiii, -o to D.-Biiiu's, 00 Oiuo
k-vte. ' tf
An Answer Wanted.
Ci.n any one hriti in a ruse of Kidney
or Liver computet tint Electric Hitters
will not tp eilily curc ' S u any they can
nut, as thuUSiiijiU of cnsi'8 already periim
rieiiily cured and who ure daily rcciiiniiKMid
inK Klectric iiittcrs, will prove, lliiolit'a
dincasi;, diulii ti s, weak Luck, or any urinnry
cidiiplaiut ouickly cured. They purify the
IiI'miJ, reunite tne bowel", and ai.t direct
ly iti the dibeaseil pirtt-. Every bottle yunr
antutd. Fur sale at 50c. a buttio by Barclay
For thft Hot Oysters,
yo to Dd'nun'i', .10 Ohio lnvue. tf
Ileweti's Oyster Depot is on Eighth
struct, one do.T cml ot Cutntnerc:.!, ti
HacKieu's Arnica Salve
The Beat Salve In the world for Cuts,
bruises, bores, Licers, bait Hheurc, rever
Sores. Tetter. Charmed IIhikIh. Chilblains.
Cn.-us, and all Skin Eruptious, and positively
cures Piles. It ia fiuaruuteud to five per
fyct satinfiiction. or cumev refunded. Price
'i" cents per box For sule liy Barclay
Open Day and Nijjlit.
DcBauu's restaurant, 5U Ohio k-vee.
A lawyer's Opinion of Interest to all
.). A Tawney, E-o , ak'ulini; attorney
ul WiiKdri, Milp., wiites: "Alter u-iic it
for in ire th-tit three eur., I take irrent
r.'t-a-.ure in aatin! that I regard Dr. Ki ,i.,-
N'i-w Il;scovry for comutnption, as th
Inst remedy in the world for coU','hs and
colds. It h is in ver failed to t ure the most
sevrie co! Is I have had, at.d invari thly re
lieVe, tin; ;n i ri l:i tin; cl.C'St."
Tti .l ontM'-s of t!iis snr; cure for all
:l r.!t at.d Ititiu; di;aes may l" had free
at Biic .ay Broi' dru i-tnre. Latuu size,
Only tie Best Brand of oysters,
ut D'. Bum's, oG Ohio kte. tf
"Kouyli on Pain."
(!t;rts c ilic, cramps, dmrrl, a' i ; external
ly fr aches, pain", spr-i'n--, headiche, ip ur
nlijio, r lit-Miti ttiis. For man or beast. 23
and "i0 cents.
For twenty years I wiis a mflerc from
Cit-irih ut the head mid throit in a Very a
L'ravnted form, and ilurinej the suintm-i
up'i.tlis with ll-iy Fever. I procured a bot
tle of Ely's Cream Bilni, and afier a few
ippiicitii'L'S rci eived decided becetit win
cured befoie the I) ttle was tied. Have
had no return of the complaint. Cliarh'to
Parker, Waverly, N. Y.
1 lie Hooe of the Nation.
Chillrcn, i-low in develnpnient, pun v.
perawny atid delicate, use "U'ells' Health
II. Kro.'cer, of West Plains, Mo., stts:
My wife hud flooding last winter, and sin
u-ed one bottle i if Mcrrell's Female Ton c
ued was cued, although I had the services
n two doctois before. She owes her lite to
Mrs. Mary Boyd, of Avon, St. Oeiievievi
Co., Mo., t-ays, Auirust 2'Jth, 183o': I have
used Merrell's Female Tonic ilurinu
piemmncy, and after child birth, with the
very beat result. I cannot speak too high
ly of it.
"iiouuli on I'uin" Fl.ister;
Porous and strentrthenine:, iniiroved, the
bet for backHche, pains in chet-t or side,
rlu umatlsiii, neuralgia. 25 cents. Drui;
ffists or mail. 5
Carter's Little Liver Pills are free from
all crude and irritating matter. Concen
trated medicine only; very small; very easy
to take; no pain; tio giippinj; no purging.
Somethinrr , Allen's Bilious Physic
Acts (Uickly, relieves promptly, and never
falls to cure sick headache and constipa
tion. S't cents Urjjo bottle. At all drug
l,-or the Cure of Conphs, Colds
IIonrsone,;s. r.ronchitis.Crotm. Influ
enza, Ast!im:i, Wlioojiing C'otipl), In
cinient Cowumntionainl fur the rc-
1 icf of con : ,ni J it i vp 'crsnns i 1 1 a 1 van -
:cA f.tai;cs of the I Jiseaw. 1- or Sale
by all inigists. Price, 25 Cents
Tho Rocolpt of a Lato Lotter From
Ooncral Oordon Oon
flrmod, Aaaouaa Desnrtid and tho Tronps Sdnt to
tho Front Blundorinw Estiraat'is of
thu Cost of the Nile Expedition.
French Auxillarlea From Annam Decap-
luto P.ve Hundred Chineao Prla
oqcis at Kep.
London, November 1C Gordon, luhls
letter to Wulseley, says Colonel Stewart,
Power, the correspondent, and llerbtn,
French Consul, left Ilanaal on a steamer
whlcii left Khartoum Septemrnir lOlii. Ho
also status tliat ho has rooelved hLi sls
ter's, and Sir Samuel Baker's and Mr.
SiF.WS I'lloM IIIF. NILE.
AujANuiiLi, November 15. Officer
here have been trying to purchase largo
buoys, as none were sent with the boats
for the Nile expedition, lliero were only
twenty-six that could bo purchased here.
Asm man has been denuded of troops,
the whole force having been s-nt to that
While Wolsi.ley was at Cairo it was be.
lh veil thattlni Nile expedition would tost
thirty-two and a half mLlllou dollars. Thd
ullli.ial estluiato now made Is double that
A number of the KabbaMsh tribe havu
joined hi Mahdi.
(.'.0110, November 15. Reports from up
the Nile show that the Canadian boatmen
are experiencing more ditllculty In getting
their hosts up the cataracts than they ani
tieipated. The inuddiuess of the wate
prevents them from seeing the rocks. Thd
(lilliculity at the Dal cataract, however, Is
diminishing and the flotilla's rate of pro'
gress is likely to Increase.
1 IMS W ILL MAKK TKOCULK.
J.oniiov, November 15. A dispatch
from Hal Phong received this afternoon,
states that the French Aunamite auxiliaries'
have beheaded live hundred Chinese
prisoners taken at the capture of Kep,
tic to her tub.
liniiNK, November 15. The Federal
Council has adopted a resolution prohibit
ing gainhllug at the Casino at Moutreaux.
Similar measures will be adopted with
reference to tho Foreigners' Club at
CTIOLKU.V IV NEW YORK
Why It I Not Expected-What Is Doing
to Prevent It Next Yaar.
Nkw Youk, November 15. That the
Board of Health of this city is keenly
alive to the alarming prevalence of Asiatic
cholera in Franco is evident from the re
doubled activity of its City Inspectors.
There are twenty-five Inspectors In the
employ of the Board of Health whose
sole duty it is to look out for contagious
diseases and to see to the plumbing and
drainage of tenement houses, Then
there are fifteen District Inspectors and a
squad of thirty policemen who promptly
report all defective and unclean houses
to the Board. The Board of Health
holds its sessions once a week, on Tues
days. At the last session the cholera sit
uation was fully discussed. Among the
members of the Board are gentlemen who,
In that capacity, went through the cholera
epidemic of lsiiO and 1S07. All these gen
tlemen agree that the danger from cholera
at this season of the year In New York Is
very slight. It Is reasonable to believe that
the genus of the dread disease will begin
a havoc In New York next summer, but
it is not reasonable to expect any epi
demic of cholera here at Ais time of year.
Though the reports from Paris wero ten
times as bad as they are, tho New York
Board of Health would not at this time bo
greatly alarmed. Colonel Emmons Clark,
who is the secretary of tho Board, cheer
fully accorded an extended Interview on
the subject to your correspondent yes
terday. In the first placo he was of tho
opinion that the conditions of New
York and most of tho European
cities wero too widely dissimilar to ad
mit of any fair comparison. While all
'sanitary laws are regarded in Europo as
hardships and aro as far as possible,
evaded by the people, here in New York
they are welcomed by the majority of
tenement lodgers and poor people as a
means of salvation and are explicitly
"Wc do not," said Colonel Clark, "un
of tho plague, but we are conscious of our
ability to light It Intelligently, which robs
;lt of more than half Its terrors. You may
'not know it, but such Is, nevertheless tho
ease, tliat tho act of tho Legislature
which created thu Board of Health was
passed In anticipation of tho vory
disease. New York had reason to
expect a visitation of cholera In the
summer of 1806. It had been raging In
Europe and tho Eastern countries, and was
reasonably expected to make Its appear
'anco here. Tho heglslaturo created tho
Board of Health In February, lsi'd!, and
tho Board, In tho succeeding summer,
fought the Asiatic plague with great suc
oohs. In tho eight years that have elapsed
slnco Its creation tho Board of Health has
;grown rapidly in capability for ef
Uolent work. It has gained tho coulldcnco
'of the poor people, which Is a tremendons
.assistance. Dwellers In tenements and
In crowded districts recognize In tho
.Board of Health a constant friend.
Whereas, at Urst, we wow obliged to
overcome thu prejudices of tho people
against what they regarded as Imperti
nent Interference, we now Und our warm
est allies In all the crowded districts. H
Is to-day only from
that tho Board of Health encounters any
opposition. The owners of rookeries oh-Ji-ctto
our mandates, which retjulw thorn
to make their buildings Ut for people to
live In. It Is a matter of dollars ami
oents with them, and they often Umes re
gard the Interference of this board as un
warrantable, but the tenants, the people
at large, are with ns In sympathy."'
If you are Inclined to underrate the
value of thlscorporailon with the sanitary
comnilssloii, mi the psrt of the people at
large, you should road tho reports of tho
ojiiejskluu that was unit with by the hoaita
authorities of Europe In their endearon
to enforce sanitary laws. The coudltloas
In New York ara entirely different.
People who Imagine that tho cholera
can make anything like the headway
here that It has made In cities abroad aro
very Ignorant of thu true state of affairs
In New York. As a matter of fact, Nov?
York Is to-lay In a butter sanitary condi
tion than It has ever been before. The
streets aro cleaner, the means of speodlly
Rtamplug out disease are more ample and
the elllclency of th Health Department Ut
greater thau ever In the history of New
A High Old Time In the National Con
vention of Stockmen,
CniCACio, III,, November 15. Severn
strictures on tho conduct of tho new Bu
reau of Animal Industry wew passed yes
terday morning in a letter by Dr. James
Law, of Come1 University, read to tho
National Convention of stockmen, at tho
Sherman House. In It bo criticised tho
work of tho bureau, and handled tho sub
ject without gloves, lie said tliat It em
ployed unprofessional asslatiuiU, and
that to scouro ta eataliiUhmuot a silver
tongued representative (rvfertio to
Kmory Starrs) had ben employed to
misrepresent facts In Europe and beioro
Congress. Tho bureau had conducted Its
experiments In a stupid manner; had
misrepresented tho facts of tho exlstonoo
of contagious diseases In New York and
Brooklyn, and though professing to prac
tice quarantine against infected animals,
by Its blundering really aided contagion.
Ho also reflected on tho skill of Oouunis-
sloner Lorlng, and said a number erf otucf
usually Iiard tilings.
At the conclusion ot thu reading Dr
Gadsden, of Philadelphia, moved a vote
of thanks to Professor Law. Commis
sioner Lorlng rose to object, and to deny
the charges. Ho said tho vote of thanks
should bo tendered to the bureau Instead
of Prof. Iaw.
During tho defense, Dr. Gadsden was
in a high state of excitement, flitting here
and thew giving vent to such exeJama
tlons asi "That is untrue," "this Is ab
J. H. Sanders, of tho Jtreeders' Ga
zette, moved tho motion bo tabled, and It
w as put to a vote and carried, Dr. GadS'
den beiug denied the floor.
Resolutions offered by the Commltteo
on Resolutions fulsomely endorsed tho
Bureau of Animal Industry and Prof.
Salmon. Dr. Gadsden moved uneasily
while they were bebig read, and said ho
would resumo the tight on them. Tho
committee suggested that another com
mittee be sent to Washington tills winter
to agitate tbo question of further sanitary
and quarantine laws, and also endeavor
to procure a law regulating the rental of
cattle ranches between the Missouri
lilver and tho Pacific Ocean.
The ollvo branch of peace was extended
to the St. Louis meeting and deep In
terest Ln it expressed.
Morgan Johnson Dead.
Df.tiioit, Mich., November 15. Mor
gan Johnson, founder of the Detroit
Board of Trado, and at one time ono of
the most prominent grain dealers of the
West died at Jackson, Mich., last night,
SATUUDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1SS4.
Grain and Provisions.
Cotton Sternly; middling, 8I0V.
Fr.orm Sternly; XXX to clwlve, fi.30tSJ6
Whsat Weakur; No. 2 Red, "575Vo;Nij.
(j,Ki fStemly; No. i mlsed, 87G3Sc; No.
2 white tnUud, lUfa llc.
oats Steady; No. , 25V2fie.
KVK Dull; No. J, Isidl.SSjC.
Tohaci-o Finn; liars; common to rnolee,
$n.Uu'al0.0M; leaf ; common red leaf, 7.ftowl0..
001 medium to (fond, fii.nofe 17.00.
JUv Prairie, $y.5(iwl()..M) fur prime to choice
new ; clover mixed, J'.OO'STO.iki for common to
prime; pi Imo new timothy, p.uowlliK); fan
'ilfTTitn Steady : choice to fancy croamory,
2S S JJC; dairy, choice to fancy, 'iOw-Mo.
Koc.s yulet ; fresh stock, lHi.'&nie. per
Potatoes Firm for choice ; common dull ;
common to cholco, as'nvlOc.
Pokk Dull; new mess, JI2.IKWIs.on.
1. Aim (Ju lot; prime steam, Valc.
lUcoM I.onKH, 7H'i7Sto; shorts, So; clear
ribs, 7c, all packed.
Wool Tub-washed, choice, jso; fair, 87o;
dltitry and low, 22ilic. Unwashed flholoe
medium. '20i(is;o; (food averau medlom, IS
l!ie; selected llRht Ono, I7aisa; Rood aver
aire, Hiial7c ; heavy, 14lSo; oommnir, (iiar-ter-blood,
20420ttc; combmg, low grades, U
limns Steady and Ann; dry flint,
(lamaifod, 14c; hulls or strips flint, lOoj salt
ile; ed, Be; gluo stock, lie. (Jrcon salted.
numaueii, 7c; vonl calf skins. 11 o: hull or
stairs, do ; green uncurod, 77to; damaged,
ft'.e ; irlue. So.
Siikki' 1'ki.ts Dull ; green ,50'dOOo; dry, do,
4.5c; griion shearlings, Wiibi:.
W ll bat Lower j Ko. J nnd, Iicoomher,
8t(40; January, K).o; February, Hfllje; March,
Cohn Weaker; November, MVKo; Pfl
eember, 4'.V; January, 47o: 1'uhruaryi "
47He: Mnv, 47'4"i47Vn.
oats Weaker; Novombor, fll.Vo; Decomber,
Whkat T.ower; November, TITtoj Peoom.
ber, 7l4'73,4'e; January, 74i4)fu; February,
Cons Lower; November, 4Ho; Dncemhnr,
3He; year, 87'ic; January, Ko; February,
8fi'to; May, 3HVO.
Oats Weaker; November, Jfle; rteeerobor,
2ftc; year, 2fic; January, SOHo; May,sve.
Pour Weaker; year, HIM; January,
J1LS6; February, 1L48.
Lakd Firmer; November, WJTjtt'; Deoera-tM-r,
t.ss; January, d.7i ; February, r
Short Ittiis November, $8.74; .January,
$.W,'; February, S.97.,.
Xlve Stook Markets.
Hons Bocelpts, 14,000; qnollty good, sctlvs
and 11 rm; fimlito hlcher; light, fl.HK4.itn;
rough packing, ft. 1,14.40; heavy pneking
and shipping, ft.4Ti'ii4.NA.
C'attlb lleeeipts, 4,iki0: slow and steady;
natives, $4.f4.40; hoteliers, -.'.7r..4ii;
stoekers And feeders, $:i 4.ao; Texana, ft.HO
hiirkp Receipts, I,2"0; uU'Diorallzoxl; ln
forlor to good, f 1,70 i,).7l.
Catti.k Steady ; good to eholce steers,
$tl.ln.U0; fair to medium, $4.4SS.Kl.
Siikki'anii Lamms Market dull; mndlum
toguoilsheepfromHotoiil Bis. $.1.IO4.00i good
to elioleo Canadian lambs, f t.so , 4.1HJ.
Hons (iood to choice Yorkora and fair
butehors' grades, ft.ixiw.1,03.
, Catti.r Iteoclpts, 2,Soo heo.1; alow andun.
IfiMts Itecelpti, 9, ono head; firm and 13o
sit kip ltecelpts, S.'ft head; steady; fair to
Money and Stock Market.
New Youk, November l.V Moy, li per
rMit. ; oxuliiinite quiet; tiovorntnenla dull;
otimincy, rt'a, li hid ; 4'w, coupon, l.'IS hid;
4h,', 'hi, 1IIIV hid. The stock market has
been Irregular and un.tttltt. At the time of
wrltlnu about mu lowest lliruros thus far
niiul'i nrn current. During the tlrst hour of
business there wns sharp unloading, and
irli'c declined np to the first cull, when they
m re ;jVM down from lutt night. From
tills them wiih a fractional recovery In the
nuxt hour, hut tit before mid day, on the
announcement of a further cut In nu.ui hy
the Mew York Ontrnl, prices wout ofl agiwu
mI uo aiarkst Is now f uvsrish, .
Dfau Bulletin:! have just ccmo in
from a trip over tho fields with Darius this
delightful morning, and sittteg at my tablo
I look though tho open door into the hazy
distance and exclaim again and again.
Who wouldn't live in tho country I"
The air Is so pure and light ono uncon
sciously throws Lick tho shoulders to till
thu lungs with what it is a delteht to
breathe. Wo have no need fur patent chest
expanders hero wheie thero is a total lack
of acidulated alleys and slop-wagon, and
gas-pipes that were born to leak. On tho
contrary we suill' grass and clover, as crisp
and uretn as in June, and the mellow brown
earth in tho freshly plowed fields, sugges
tive of golden gr .in and the busy hum of
ll)ing w hoe's next harvest. I do not be-
ievo Citicinnatus would hive stopped in
the middle of a furrow if bo had owned a
patch of ground in our neighborhood.
J. Fiost, E'q., has kit his card a few
mornings, but the trees arc coloring slowly
and have lost so ltttle foli tgo it is impossi
ble to realize that the misguided individ
uals whom persuusivo land agents have led
to settle in "the great northwest" aro shiv
ering in tho "cauld blast'' that whistles
through bare branches und k rce9 them to
measure cut feed to animals crowded into
close barns, while ours arc fattening on
graesy bottom lands. Sometimes wo have
cold autumns, but they aro exceptions.
Darius says not a leaf was left on the trees
in the door yard twenty oars ago the first
One way in which tho country excells
the town is the small expense of keeping
up an establishment compared with one of
the eanic style. Freaks of fancy in wall
paper, upholstery and china, do not striko
here with uch frequency and seventy.
Consequently a house can be made quite
inviting and charming, that in town would
be horridly looking in emoroidcred ban
ners, table-scarfs, et cetera, for anything.
Thero the house wife bus lo contend with
ambitious next-door neighbors and notions
of decorative art brought Iroui all habitable
quarters of the subluuiiry sphere. A pleas
ing enough state to bo in if tho purse and
natural taste point that way; but purgatory
overshadowed if oue have the last without
Hero our greatest rival is nature, scarcely
a rival eithtr, since she generously lends
her beauty to those who know how to uee
it. Proof of this may be found in one of
the liveliest hemes iu this county. Ap
proached by a wiuding drive whose grace
ful curves carry the visitor under drooping
branches, pst noble evergreens and luxu
riant growths of shrubbery, tho entrance is
made across an ample porch lavishly draped
with vines of many varieties. Ouce inside
an ever so unobservant eye cannot fail to be
attracted and pleased. The room is a bow
er ot beauty, owing to the tnste and efforts
of the ladies who live in it. No decorative
art union, nor fashionable- upholsterer, was
called in to "assist" in its creation, for this
family has lost the traditional silver spoon.
But turn which way ono will, plants,
brauches of wriuged gum, sprays of clema
tis, dainty pressed (errs, masses of brilliant
leavei, hero aud thero a birds wing, or
curious lichen, hro presented to view.
Stripped ol all these and transported to
a 25x100 feet town lot, this house, now so
delightful to visit, would be a barn-like
shell with a mere suspiciou of paint left on
the outside, a perfectly plaiu unpainted
porch, au inexpensive carpet peppered with
sparks from the fire place, scandalously
cheap wall paper, chairs shockingly auti
quated as to both stylo and age, tho frames
to-tho few engravings keeping them com
pany. Yts, there is no ue to deny the fact that
a good deal of taste with a little money,
goes a long ways in the country. Still
towns have a few good qualities, if men
does make them.
Two days later. I should say they had
sometimes! Look ut Boston, homo of cul
ture and aristocracy, locality flavored with
tho essence of the good ship Maj flower,
Boston, Bunker Hill, Boston, in the state of
Massachusetts. Now turn to New York
City, the gn. at mercantile center of this
grout continent; and lastly but not Icastly
to Cairo, bo near to us that we do not havo
to pinch ourselves to make siiro wo aro not
dreamini.' llmt at last Knurr and not
MiotJT and Pulaski County has carried tho
Long live his cxcellancy, Grover Cleve
land, President of all these United States.
Mrs. Dauics Gukkx.
Cache, Nov. 8, 13-1.
The Kangaroo hunters of Australia use
St. Jacobs Oil, tho great healer, on their
dogs whet) thev are wounded in the hunt.
"Dear, dear, where havo you boon
girls," said a Boston mother to her
daughters, who returned lato from nn
entertainment. "Wo'vo boon carmln
lng tho municipality," giggled tho
oldest. "And observing tho pachy
dornV't laughed tho second. "And
vociferating tho fomalo to nn extraor
dinary clevatiou."t chimed In tho third.
"Dear, dear, dour!" exclaimed tho
mother lu expostuiatory tones. "There's
no harm done, mamma," pouted tho
fourth; "everything Isnmlaulo, und tho
fowl, whoso cackling was tho salvation
of Home, Is suspended nt nn ultitu.lo
hitherto unknown In our experience.' $
Hxplanatory Chart Paintln1r tho
town red. tSeeln;: tho olophnuU
tW hooping her up. 5 Everything; Is
lovely and the gooso hangs high.