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THE DAILY OAIUO BULLETIN; FRIDAY MOUNINO, NOVEMBER 21, 188.
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10'li p. m , and Chicago '. :jo a, m
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United States Government,
Appropriated by the General Government.
Contributed by the Clllcena nf NcwOrleani.
Aiiiirnpriiiliil by Mcxicn,
Apprnprlaltil by tin- Ktiite o( l.oiiiisna,
Appropriated by the City of New Orleune.
From $5000 to $25,000,
Approprlalid bv Inniimerable Statei, CUUn
nnu i'vrriii vuuiiuira
EveiySti'e tml Tt'iilwy in thi Union leprnienttd,
id neiiiy til tli L railing Nitiom and
Cojnliiin ol the oiid.
I The Dlgcgt Exhibit. Ihe Biggest Building ind tht
i ni. Tt.ci Industrial Event In till
ti'i'i.iriTinv"! rmi nxinuiin at.nnanT mxriiix'tD
I'.lVl , ' l'tl'K IMI IIIIK4 IKIl VAIIIIilf
lit vfiUH'TH TIUM THlliU Uf ANT
IMPOSITION I'.VIII IIKI.I).
Tht' I'licnpi'sl r.il" nl irnvel fver known In
tin' mm iin nt iruiKpurtiitlim oturcd lor the
..ni i v. r'hi'ri',
-ui- ii.t'irmil.iirt ndilri'
k. a. nrrtKit.
' I'ivwlur tii'iii'tnl, W. I, it C, C. E.(
(JAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
A Positive) Novel tv!
I'lrpuru for Ik Hu prliu! Hut n t until
Hnturduy Eve., Nov. 22. 1884.
JtVAI.I, LAIHf.H! Klnt lira rl Iiiniiuural
i our (it i i' ruiunu i-urop' hii .1'ii.Kui tu, .iiir.
Company of l adies Only
Api'i-arlr.x In Ihn tin at I-i udnu and I'aria
"AN ADAMLE-S EDEN"
pr'i'iitl a ihU linpo.r'lli'o fully of th day, In I'o-
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(iti npii'iiuor mm nniu.i' in cy iit'T' 'ii
( hri'innm and cjltlvnii.il Lady Coini'dniiilii'a,
Liulv Spucallma. J udy VocuJctpi, Lady Mualo
HKMEMllKHI ALL LAliI EM, NO GENTLEMEN.
Iolt( vtv thu Bret llm nf ant'ntire Kvimlni!'- En-
u-nuiijiiiL'iit ri nci.tfU tiy a tumpany 01 I a-(IIl-k
Sniicrb Complete Litdics Orchestra!
Gruml I.aiiics Military liana!
Tin ilii Htrii trancfurmi'd f r the abovn ccaalnn
lulu "A (iiinl' n ol Edun." Ilea Katunlay evo .Inn
in mu d in . ilmu Nov 21. 1SI. It mark the ad
vent of tht onU r al novoltv that von wl I wltnc.a
Miia ea-ii'i. I.oadvancB ill price i'i, Wuud'5
rent. Kectireit'eurvtd aeata a' B inei h,
Mlh LILLY CUT.
Sole Manaui leu and Dirt' :ton .
'j'llE CITY NATIONAL HANK.
71 OHIO LKVKi:.
( - A i'lTAL, sr. 1 00,000 !
i Oi'iieral li.tukiiii? iius.iiie.ss
Tl'Ort, II V.I.I.HI VV
NTKlU'IliSi: :AVIMi HANK
of ( n'ro.
K( M'SI VKI.V A sAVlNli.S I AM..
r.'HiS V. IIAIiMI 'A .
'iDiiiiiiflciiil Avenue vii'l Kia;htii t ! t
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-. liKiiss. rrf.idi nt. I f. S?.Yf. V'rt- l'r,"'r.i
ii. WKLl.S, I'.i-liii'r. I T. J. hrth. A f "t rasi
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IVter NrfT " j Wtlwim Wnlf.,.. "
.'. M (.nii-rloii " I l'. i. I'jtier "
A li.i.l.-r " I II. W"il '
J, y. Cii'in"ii, L'ult'limia.
A ,iE. li'iA '. HA N KI Nli l'l IN EsS .KiMl.
hxjr.ai.u" fold auC. ho'ifc'tit. lut'.'ii'.t p'lld i
l'ie .Utf Il.'pntmeiit . I'ul ucl .: V mad, Ii
l, Siimu pri'Mii i ait.'m'.'d n .
I'ltuKEssI .. N L CAKDS.
j )U. j. i:. sritoNfj,
129 roniniercial Ave., Citiio, ill.
VAiOU. ELECTl'.OVArOIt ni MED'CATKi
J I ATI IS
A adr In attei.'linict'.
Y M. IJAUiUCLL, M. 1.
O F.'t'K- Eaut Sid,' t' mi ni'rclal. bclov. S:li St.
( !'. Ill noi s.
( H. K W, WUITLOCK,
.fna-N.1. ).' C Mm 4jvh iu fi"tw.,
(. PA ICON'S, M. n.,
OCULIST AND AUIMST.
OI''KI0!3-0ity lr i : S ur.i Curbondulc. 111.
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I a T B N T S,
OhvoHI", Re-Ueura ami Tradi' Mnrlia ei'Cti-i'd. and
nil other patent niui-ee In the i aletit Olllnv anil
hiiluro the C'otirta promptly anil cure fully attended
Upnn rorplpt nf mnil. 1 r akutrh of Invuutlnn, I
ninkti rarufiil i-xninlrntlon. and ndvleu na to
piil.'iiliihllilv Kreeof Cliaritc.
KICKS MODKH TIC. uliil I miliO NO (MIAItOK
UNLKHH PATENT IMHMlUltKI) InloriniiiUm,
xdvlto aud api'C.Hl TfMtria unit on lippllcutlon
J. H. LI lTh LL, WneUlDBton, U. U.
Noar U. b, I'aUnt UlUcu,
for the Cure cf Coughs, Coldsj
Hoarseness, Droncliitis.Croup, Influ-E
enza, Asthma, hoopinR Couph, In
cijiicnt Consumption and for the re
lief oftonimiitivc persons in advan
ced stages of the Diserr.c. l'or Sale
Lv all Druggists. I'ricc, :x Ccnts.l
Alclc Iloaiincho and relieve all tho trouhlra )nc!
d"nt to a bilioue Unto of the r vtem, euch aa Uiz
tneas, Nanw a, Iirowaini, Llimn-as after i-aline,
P-i iln the Side, A-c. While their mout nauark
able aucttie haa beta shown in curio;
KninVBr, yrt Cartft'aLlttlc LItct Pill e are cfjnally
viiluablo in t'oui-tipHtion, curing and preveutinir
th,eannoyln3Cumplaint,whilo they also correct
ell disordere of the etomaeh, atiniulate tho llvir
tad itttUato tho bowda. Even U they only cuxtd
Arhe thry vonld heaimntt pricclwa to those who
tunr from tliia Uiitrcmmi? complaint ; but fortu
mtely their goodnessdoi a nol end b( re,and tuow
vhoonre try thcra will find theee iittlepill vitl
Mc In fo many ways that they vvlllnnt be wUliag
to U without then. Uut after all Biclc head.
la (he ciino of f 9 tunny Uvea that here n whern w
ciuko our preat tuiuU Our pula euro it waila
cih.ra don't. ,, .
C arter's Litllo V"rf arc very pmall and
rery cu'y to tiiko, Onnrr tvr.i pille make a doae.
Tti' y aro ftritiiv Ti'.'itaole and do B"t gr'pr or
ircrje, butbrtlii ir pertie aeuon pb afo all who
t-ethem. In v T'lRiits-'icrntu; IIto forfl. bold
ty crui;0'iBts every v. liue, or atiit by naiL
CARTER 3ILDICIXE CO.. Sow York
tub ni:sT Tinsa kxowx
In Hard or Soft, Hot or ( old Water.
KAVFS I.AHOIl. TIMF and SO VP AM -Z-IM.I.V.
ano Hives uiiiv'IhI ml llnrtloii. .C
laiuily, rich or poor, auuiiid lw witimut it.
hold by all Crocera.. V AltK of imitatijni
veil ilraiKii'-'l ti iiiian-ad. I'l-AKI INK f
DM v !.KK lalmr-aHVina coiiiiuinl, J-UJ U
)& litm the bIajvo ayuioul, ttinl imiuo ol
J.4Ii:sl l'YLK. NEW YOltK.
617 St. Charles Su
A vikciilitr Ormlunt.A
fnlleRi-.. nut heon loniiei pi'gKittd ni tup ircir.
nientof t'lironii', Nervon, fltiii piikI
lllcio.t Iilneaen tliim nv other plivMi'lan In
Ht. Louln.ancliv pnpi-ra show ,'nilall . Id ri l
dfhts know. Consultation .it otl'.i'e 01 bv n.all,
lYecnnd Inv.tcl. A frlnidl ' t..lk m in oidnlon
costs wiililng. 'A lien It In 1'icoi.Veiileiit to V r-lt
the city tor treiiiiui nt. m illeliic. .-uii t 'iit
byiniill or pxpre.s evi-r v, lit'i . i-iiralne mses
KH.inuiteeil i where doubt ex'bt . u 'riiukly
Uuted. Cull or Write.
Servnue Prnatratlon, I)pM it 4tm ai ajid
, Phylral Wef.knfM, Berruilt.1 nn ether
Jleftlonanf Throat, Skin and Honey lilood
fmpnrltlnand Blond Polonlng,llB A flef;
tlona,Qlil Soros and Ulcere, Impfnlmenta jo
Marriage Rhruniatlm, Pllce. Vfil't
tentlnn t cac from OTPr-workr-d ,7.1Ln.
Bi'BCirAI. TASKS receive special al t ent Ion.
Dlspaiea arl.lng frrnn Imprudencct JlfU!!i
Indulgences or Eipusurei,
It Is self-evident tliat a phvsleliin T"Tl"K
particular attention to a clnn ( ra i attains
(jreiit skill, anil phvslelans In regular ...'ucllee
all over the country knowlnu till, fr.-o e'lliy
recoinini'iid (mvs to the oldest oilier Ir t .nert
ca, whereovery known nnpllancu h 'e i.rtrt
to, and the provi-il noil rii"li" full
aifes and eoiiiitrlcs ere used, A wliole I "iise la
ueii fiii'ollleoVurpr,ep, and nil are tread'.. vltU
skill In a rci'cctful inuiiinri and, know.m
what todo, no experiment arc niHile. n ,.e
cnunt of the areat niinilier aip'vlni', toe
rharifi'S are kept low, olleii lower limn is i e
Dianned hv ot'iprs. If von seeure the pkl I - nil
f..tspeei'lv and portent life cure, tint
niportiint iimtter. PauipUlut, Hit pane b.iit
to any addruks fl ue.
p&iMARRIAGE GUIDE, (pagls
K.lcirantcloili and Bill litinlluir. Healed fm M
Centslii poMimoor rurienev. tiver tlliy w m
ilerl'ulpen plei jres, true tollfe. nrlleles on tuo
foilowlnij stiliji'ctsi Who may marry 1 who n it
wlivr lrri.pern'ietoiiiiim . Wlioniarry II i '
M.iiiliood, Woiiiiinhoiiil. Phvsieul deeay. .10
should mari'V. Ilnw life no. I Ii n.,liii"e nmv i
liicreaied. Thnsii niiirrled or eoiileiiiplut
rnnrrvlnir shmil I reml It. Itnuchl to he rer. 1
Pv all adult per, ons. then kept under loek n . I
kiv, Populiircilltlon.snini'as above, hut pat "C
Cover and lluo putt's, "4 cents by niul'., I' uoiih'
Delivered nt CAIRO, III.,
at tho FOLLOWING TRICKS:
Ft bottom. Ft. eliivo. Capacity mils. Price.
C x H 1450 821.00
ft x i) 1:!0 28.00
7 x 2000 32.00
7 x t) 2250 :U.liO
7 x 10 2500 10 00
These funks nre niiide of (T.r.Alt CYP I SS, lU
1nrhe till. k. Hi'i'iitcly hooliuil mid are WA'l'hH
TIGHT. Thuy nro
Hhlilol wholoiuul arc well tinioiul
to pruM'tit their ) Inn r u'k d i r broken lu hitutl
llu. Mst iiMtee furiil-lied for
Tim Us oF any Hlv.is.
A. ItlOOS Ac into.,
247 Dnlord St., Now Orleans. La.
ALMOST A HALOCAUST.
Burnlnff of tho Orelghton Houbo at
Nanow Eapo of thu Ioraaos A Babj
Thrown Prom a Window to a Fire
man in tho Strjet.
Two Girla Jump From a
Window. -One of
IlAvcmuu, Mass., November 20.
The Crelhton House with the stores lu
thu buseiueut burned this morning. Loss,
81(5,000. Tho Hotel had twenty-nine In
mates. Que muu cut himself badly by
sliding down a telephone wire. A baby
wus wrapped In a sheet, and thrown to a
fireman. Katie Gllmotin and Josie Bra
nahan jumped from tho fourth story
window to tho xldewalk. Gllmotin will
l OItKKiX NKWS.
P1VE SHILLINGS ON" TIIK POUND.
Lo.vuon, November 20. The Times'
financial article says that the creditors of
Stephen Gtiion, manager of the Guiou
Steamship Line, have accepted a com
position of live shillings on the pound.
The (iuion Line Is In no wiee connected
with the llnaucial troubles of Stephen
A OOOI) KAT CO.Ml'ItOMISi:.
LoviioN-, November 20. It is stated
to-day that the counsel for Miss Finney,
better known by her stucco name, Miss
'orticuo, has accepted the offer of 830,
0i io, made by Lord Garmnyle, to settle
the br -ach-of-promise suit brought by
.Mix Finney. The ease was to have come
up fur trial to-day before the Ojieen's
W COMING A LA KM KO.
London, November 20. Increased
premium has been paid by the insurance
companies upon the Koyal Mail steam
ship Moselle, which sailed from South
hampton on the I5d Inst., aud Is over due
at St. Thomas.
TIMCGHT TO UK UNWISE.
Ai.kxanduia, November 20. The Brit
ish force now In l'.gypt numbers 16,000
men. Only two regiments remain In
Cairo. Leaving such a small garrison
there is thought to be uuwl.se.
WANT DA MAULS.
Ai.kxa.ndiu a, November 20. The Ger
man (inn that purchased 100 Krtipp guns
was not allowed by the F.gyptiau author
ities to export them, and has begun suit
asainst the F.gyptiau Government for
Alkxandkia, November 20. Frequent
fires having occurred here, it Is feared
they arc the work of incendiaries. A cot
ton HureboiiNo na burned yesterday,
and 3U-' bales erf cotton destroyed.
Naples, November 20. Complete of
ficial returns of cholera in the province of
Naples show that there were 14,037 cases
and 7,57(1 deaths, of which 12,402 cases
and 0,02'J deaths were In tho city of
CAPTAIN WILLIAMS OCT W lTTIiD.
McQuada Knocks Morris Out in Seven
New York, November 20. Polly Mc
Quado, of Boston, and George Morris, ol
Birmingham, fought to a finish with hard
gloves In a West Side sporting house at
8:30 o'clock this morning. Deuny Costi
gan was behind McQuade and B. II. Ben
ton behind Morris. Wytlter pellaum act
ed ns time keeper, and Lugs Sullivan,
brother of the champion pugilist, was thu
referee. McQuade won in seven three,
minute rounds, Marquis of Queetishury
rules. Hard gloves wero used by both
men. It was a bloody tight. Morris
was knocked completely out aud had to
be lifted from the floor, lie was uncon
scious at tho time. He had much the j
best of It at the outset, but Meijuado '
outwiuded him and dealt the hardest ,
blows. Both were battered frightfully. I
The fight was gotten up at short notice
by friends of Sullivan, who were disap-1
pointed over the failure to get enjoyment
lu the Sulllvan-Lallin match. Sullivan
was present with a crowd of well-known
sports aud society men.
Succeeds His Father.
Bai.timohk, Md., November 20. At A
meeting of the directors of the Baltiinont
& Ohio nailroad to-day, Kobert Garretl
was elected President.
An Active Revival of Trade in Central
Bloominoton, III., November 20. In
many of tho towns In this neetion of the
State of Illinois, after several weeks of
very dull times, business has
commenced to revivo and mer
chants are at present In the
midst of quite nn active fall trade. In
All branches business in the city compares
favorably with what was being done at
this time lust season.
Clone to the Wall.
Bayonnk, N. J., November 20. Curr &
Hobson, limited, manufaclnrcrs of agri
cultural Implements at Bergen Point,
Iihvo assigned to Norman T. M. Nellls,
without preferences. Tho January state
mrnt rdiowed tho nssets ' to ho 8!!C7,O()0
and tho liabilities 8U0,0(i0. The com
pony's capital is $250,000, and It Is ex
pectod to resume shortly.
Tblxteon Dwellings and ft Grocery
Burned Causing a Houvy Loss.
Concordia, Kan., November 20. A
flro broko out In Ward's grocery abont
eleven o'clock last night, and, spreading,
burnod out thirteen frame buildings on
the north sldo of Sixth street. Tho loss
Is upwards of 3(l,nii0, and the Insurance
small. Among tho losers uro M. L. Hous
ton k Co., 8. I). Houston, Jr., T. V,
Mturges, J. A. Osborne, Stun Demcrs, D.
T. Dunning, Julius Ward and a half
Cloaei by the Sheriff.
Dalus, Ti:x., November 20. 1). Ooa.
lla, a dealer la chliiaware, made an as
blgnraeut ycsturday for the benefit of his
creditors. The storo was closed by the
Sheriff, who nerved writs on suiti, as
died in the DUrlet Court, amounting to
A Blar Cut la IUtoi.
Nr.w Yoitit, November 20. The state
ment that the Grand Trunk, Michigan
Central and Lake Shore Hoatls have again
reduced rates between Buffalo aud Chi
cago Is continued by the ticket agents
here. Tho rates between New York and
the Wefit arc unchanged.
A Good Old Mother-ln-Law.
IIabtfoud. Conn.. November 20.
Lieutenant-Governor Geonro G. Sumner
Inherits 73,000 from his mothtr-lu-law,
Mrs. Juda Galnp. Other bequests arcs
825,000 for a cateway at Cedar Hill Cem
etery: 83.000 fur the Old People's and
3,000 for the Hartford Orphan Asylums.
Death of Daniel Torrance.
New York, November 20. Daniel Tor
rance, formerly well-known as a mer
chant and railroad official, died last night
of mieumonia. Mr. Torranco was Vice-
President of the New York Central liail-
road Company several years. Afterward
ho was President of the Ohio & Missis
sippi Hailroiul Company. His wife is a
daughter of Commodore Vanderbilt.
An Aspiring: Backer.
Nkw York, November 20. Chas. E.
Davies, of Chicago has arrived In this
city and is stopping at the St. James Ho
tel. His mission here is to arrange a
glove tight between his protege, Patsy
Cardiff and .Mitchell, McCaffry or Iiurke.
He says he thinks Cardiff can beat any of
the men mentioned, lie win arrange a
match with any of them, the winner to
take all, 'or sevent-llve per cent, of the re
ceints. Davies savs he looks forward to
a mutch between Sullivan and his man at
no distant date.
Cincinnati, (.., November 20. The
long-delayed T. C. Campbell disbarment
case came up In the District Court this
morning. Judge Maxwell presiding. The
charges were read and preliminary ques.
tions argued. Judge Foraker, one of
Campbell's attorneys, withdrew from the
case. Campbell sat almost under tnc
bench, tilted back in his etiair. ins at
titude was that of negligent case. Nearly
the whole Hamilton bar were present, all
of whom listened to the proceedings with
intense interest. At half past eleven the
court adjourned until 2 p. in.
Orain and Provisions.
TllCKSDAY, NOVKtf KKU 20, 1SS4.
Cotton Steu.lv: niliblllm.'. lOdlo'.c.
FMM.Mt Steady; XXX to choice, 2W'r.1.Wj
rmlctitrt. St.Xi ii4.su.
V iiK.tr Firmer; No.2 lied, 73.Ya74.'c; No.
3 Ki'U, liSVrtWc.
Ci ms Weaker; No. i mixed, 37,Vu:!7''c;N'o,
2 wliiie mixed, H'e.
lit is r'irni; So. 2, 2l,t'ra24?.e.
Kv K Hull : No. 2. 47 Vu 47 Se.
T'(intoi:o Klrm; lut:; eoiiiinon to cliolco,
$i,.iNi'd lo.isi; lent; common ri"t lent,
10 ISI-. medium to cood. V.i.lKl'i 17.00.
11 tv Prairie, $s.uou law lor iirliim to cbolee
new; c over mixed, $..oou lu.ou for eoiiiiium
tn prime; pr.nin new timothy, ftl.UU'all.uu;
luncy, Jl.'.dO'itU uo.
in itkh srly; olmlco to fancy creiimory.
L'.i .".ic: uuirv. cimice io luncy, au'aiic.
Kilos Kasy ; fn;8li stock, 2Je per dozen.
1'otatoks Firm fur choice; eoiiuuou dull;
eoiiiinon to rlioiee, ;.eo.Vie.
I'iikk Dull ; new mess, 112.00.
Laiiii fillet; prime steam, lV87o.
Hai'on Lonirs, 7 Vi7.Se; aborts, 7.',c; cleur;
ribs, 7'uC; nil pin ked.
Wool Tub-washed, choice, 2Sc; fulr, 27e;
dimry and low, i'J'n.'Sc. I'liw-nslicd Cliolco
ini'ili'iim, 2Ua 2iiSc; iiiod nveriine umdliiiii, IS
'a I'Jc; selected ll'lit line, 17'a lsc ; (jood liver
iil'I!, ii'al7c; heuvy, ll'a 111; combini;, iiiurtT
bluod, gU(20L,c; eoiiiblng, low grades, ll'a)
lltnics drom suited easier; dry steady,
fi reen Salted, He; diimaKi'd, 7c; branded, so ;
bulls or stilus, Op: pint cured, sc; ttreeii, (mi
cured) 7L,c; dry llliit, 17c; dumiiired, lie; l.lp
mid call skin, lie; Lulls or sinus, loc, dry
suited, l.'c; daiiuiKi'd, ltic; irlui' stock, .1c.
siiKM" Pki.ts Hull ; irrcen.WJttbOe; dry, do,
4,"ic; kjtecn sliearlinijs, LVu'Me.
Wiiuat Weaker; No. 2 l!ed, December, Silr;
.laiiuiiry, s2 ',e; Kebruuo', S4',c; Murcli,
Cohn steady ; November, .11 Ve; December,
4sc; January, 4ilJ,c; February, 4'.i',c;
oats Steady; November, "1 Ve; Deocinber,
31',c; Jiiiiuary, ;(2'4i'.
Willi IT Fi liner; November, 72c; Decem
ber, 7.",'u7.",c; Jiiiiuary, 7:i.'4e; February,
71 '.,(; May, sin,c.
Cons Lower; November, 41 Ve ; December,
117c; year, ;t7'e; Jaiiiiury, ;tn;,ej February,
;i.ri',c; May, :(7 ',.
(itl's llilier; November, 2."i'e; Decem
ber, 25S,e; year, 24', e; January, 2i',c; .May,
pi ikk Weaker; year, 511.05; January,
I. Alio Weaki'r; November, Jd.ssj Decern
her, fii.72' ; Jaiuiiiry,ii.77'a ; February, vi,s7', ;
siiniir I; i its November, fii.tiuj Jiiiiuary,
J.V771. ; Felu iiiiry, J.l.sj.
Live Stock Markets,
Cattle Market linn nn I stnndy; ood to
lieuvy steers, .f."i.2.1 a';.l.ri; full' to uooil, $4.4(u
ft.is); coiiinioii to medium natives, .'i.7.Vn 4.2,1;
fair to ifood Colorado steers, l.l'ii'L.'iO; llitlit
to itoodstoekets, fit.ud'u XV ; liutivo cows mid
belters, $2.1t)a.l.su; nillcli eons and calves,
Hons Market netlvo but lower; fair
mixed to ifood lu-iiv v packlnir, $4.2.Viil.M);
llliit liotts, Jl.iWa4.L1; plifs. $.1.ii,1'i;l.!l.
Siti'.Ki' Deiiiiiiiil liulil mid Niij'ldy small;
common to medium, !rl.7.Vm .M''.'i ; lair to iiood,
i.'.T.Va :l. IA ; itood to choice, Jfil.J.l uil.Mi; liuiibs,
per liKi lbs, fMKIdl.OU.
Hons Ueeelpls,;in,iHlo; active; linn; KWiblo
liluber; llnht, t4.oil.40; roinxli pneklnu-,
Ji n 4.;iu; heavy puck Inn mid sblipliiK, .a.Vrt
4 .ft'.. , ,
CATTLK-lleeelpls. S.TOO; tmtlvo Rrmles In
fair demand and linn; eboleo to limey,
all ppers, Stti . i n - 1 1 . ."v ; poor to good, ?1.,1(iiii).7;i;
Texai'S, $.'.7u.H.oo. . , ,
hiii' l l'-lfeeelpts, 2,il00; (jood dOltiilud and
firm; poor to ebon e, .fJ.no it Loo.
Ill MM' A l.O.
CVTTI.lt Market Iniietlve.
Mir.Ki' ami I.amiis Mn ket netlvo mul Arm,
medium to gnml sheep . oiu so u Iik.Bih, i.sfl
m ;l,.Hi; common to prime lambs, fil.rkiir4.ii0 for
I'Hlerti ; $4.7.Vu l.'.lo lor I iinielii.
lions Mnrket dull ; uood to ebolcn York
ers f4.4iin 4.4.1; butchers' prrades, fLlum
4,r.o, mostly $4.4.1; tie cars, mostly butcli
oi's' Rindcs, unsobi.
('ATTI.K lteeelpls, IW.IK1; market quiet and
Sternly i prices iineliiinito'l.
lions Kecelpts, n.oun; weaker nml If.e
lower; lots of M in 2o,t pounds average nt
f4,iNiw.Mi; mainly ut t.7 va Un.
mikki' Keei'ipis, 2,.'.oii; mnrket steady; fulr
to good muttons, fii.iW'iM.ao.
Money and Stock Market.
Nlcw Yoiik, November V0, 1:30 v. M.
Money Dt per cent; exelmiitfeqiiiol, but linn;
Governments linn: currency im. fl.iis bid :4m,
coupon, t bid: 4ita do, fl.lt bid. Thu
stock in m kut opened Hiemly nt yesterday's
closing IlKures. On tho bidding up of mo
(irikiiKi'ra, price's advanced Va I I'lui beat
nuiiies were madii about midday, hut since
tlinn prlcoa have reaci ed sllitbUy and deal
ings are ontlruly fenturcleas.
Rev. Mr. Host's Sermon.
On Sunday evening, iu the M. E. church,
Rev. Mr. Hjyt delivered a fine lormon,
which was something of a new departure
from the regular routine of pulpit sermons.
His text was taken from the 00th Psalm
"and 1st verse, "Tho Lord reignethv let the
pei pie tremble; ho sitttth between the
cherubim ; let tho earth be moved." David
thus exclaims, as ho reviewed the past his
tory of his people, aud looked forward to
their future with apprehension, vet bis trust
was in the loid. Mr. lloyt gave a partial
history of the children of Isreal, showing
how the lord had token care of them. Ho
then reterred to the present time, sod the
remarkable election just pnssed through iu
this ci.untry and how depressed snmeftslt
thinking God had deserted their cause,
others were rejoicing and jubilant; for his
part he believed Qod bad reigned over this
nation for the paat twenty-four years and
would still costinuo foreign, rnd that the
ufTairs of this nation turning as they had
was a part of God's plan to bring ultimate
good out of it. He thought it would end
in bringing this naticn up out of intemper
ance, for his part he ;felt good over the
prospect, and he thought it was just as
much tho christians', duty to pray for the
peace and welfare of our county now ss it
was, also to pray for the divine guidance of
the chief magistrate anil all others in au
thority, down to the "justice of tie peice."
He did not believe this country was going
to ruin. lie .thought thero were enough
good men in both, or all parties, who
would preserve the welfare of this nation
from the machinations of evil men. To us
who listened "tho red letter" sentence that
fell from Mr. Hoyt's lips was thie, "It ia a
te it of the genuineness of Christianity to
pray for the preservation of our enemies, or
thoso who differ from us in opinion." Mr.
Iloyt spoke forty-five minutes on this sub
ject to a large and attentive audience, and
we venture to say thoao who went thero
feeling perhaps somewhat depressed, re
turned to their homes with lightened hearts,
rejoicing in the knowledge that "the lord
nignetli, let the people tremble." The
choir rendered some beautiful music.
A solo "My Faith L oks up to Thee," by
Miss Clara Stephenson, was not only well
. ... , . - j A
sung, out me woras contain a ueep aim
wonderful meaning. An anthem often
sung by the choir, "Jesus Knows It All"
reaches to the very depths of the soul and
gives us strength to battle through all
the trials, temptations, sorrows and griefs,
and if those around U3 fail to understand
"Jesus Knows It All," and not only pities
and comforts, but will judge us according
ly. Under the leadership of Walter Mc
Kee, this choir have almost reached per
fection, and in proportion threatens to bo
the heavy cud of the church, which is all
right as good music and singing is the life
and soul of s church, and as much a wor
ship as any other exercises. M.
"I had suffered for years with painful
chilblains, ssys Mr. F. E. Samuoll, Burnett
St., Melbourne, Australia, "and two appli
cations of St. Jacobs Oil cured me."
The Minnetonka from Chester arrived
hero last evening with a tow of four barges
of rock. She will clean out tc-day and
leavo here with twelve barges of rock for
the lower Mississippi.
Tlio steamer W. P. Thompson will arrive
here in the morning with Buffalo Bill's
The Ous Fowler had a good trip yester
day coming down, and left with a cabin
full of passengers, mostly ladies.
I. W. 1 laird's , minstrel company came
down on tho Fowler yesterday.
The U. S. light house steamer Joseph
Henry left for the lower .Mississippi yester
The City of New Orleans from St. Louis
wi I receive freight hero to-day for tho low
The Hudson from St. Louis will report
here early this morning for raducah.
Copt. Ilaivey Thompi-on returned from St.
Louis, yesterday. Tho boat he went to
purchase did not como up to his idea.
Tho indications are that we will have a
few mere days of Indian summer. No
hope of a raise in tho Ohio.
The Belio Memphis from St. Louis is
duo out to-night for Vieksburg.
Tliu Pearl is in port and will probably
leave to-day for tho government works be
lor. At Madrid a few days ago an o.
manager rebuked a dauseuso for mat
in" a misstep, remarking! "You danco
llko a chicken." Tho dancer's husband
demandod nu apology, but tho manager
detiiod having insulted tho lady, lha
husband thereupon plunged a dagger
Into tho heart of his wife's traducer.
Tho Londotv Time suys that thero
uro lit Knghmd over 300,000 cyclists,
nn I that tho capital Invested in tho
manufacture of bicycles and tricycles is
about 15,000,000, employing from 6,
Wi to 10,000 men.
' Perched upon a burst of Pallas," or bet
ter yet, on some handy shelf, tho sensible
Imus keeper Iim her bottle of Dr. Bull'a
t'otigli 8yrup, and when the child has a
distressing cough, or a touch of croup, she
euros the little one in no time.