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THE DAILY (JA1R0 HlfLLKTLV; WEDNESDAY MOUiVLNU, NOVEMHElt 30, . im.
No. 101 Commercial & Oth,
The ponul ir Oae-Price shoe Store woul
respectfully call attention to a new line
of Hots' and Youths' shoes. Neatest and
of Iios and Youths Shoes. Neatest and
bast wearing Boys' Button Boots in the
ritv, sizes l't 5, 82.00. Solid Solar Tip
Youths' Butt Boots, sizes 11 to Vy $1.50.
SS3rThese are not sh iddy g.Mds, m-ulu to
'. sell only, but are warranted as rep-presented.S8
We carry a full line of ltnbber Goods
all the styles ar the very lowest
HIM DAILY 1UILLETIN
OFFICIAL PAKE", OF ALEXANDER COl'.NTT
KXTKKKD AT TUB CAIHO POSTOXKICB Foil
rHANsMISSION THKOUUHTIIK MAIM: AT
6KCOND CLASS RATK8.
MISCBLLANE (L'i WASTED.
WANTED I alien and Gent em -n In c'ty or
cnnD y l lake li(ht wo'k t blr own b - .
$1 1 $4a day easily iimdc; wo k cent by mall; no
rui)vus.D We have co d ilem.nd for oa work
and urol-h ft a v emplnvm-nt Addw,. wlib
ptamp, L'KOW.s MKi. COMPANY, 4 Vln. St.,
t'inciunati, Ohio. 11 lllra
VEW nOTKL-Tio l.ltnb Tt 11 iti'i', ITih and
A' Comm-ir lal In 1 elnij reiovipd snJ newly 'or
nil ed hy an cuicrieiiced not't tnvi Will open
a'o tN.iv.2ib. Tnt; putrouaae of be uubih' is
reipeclfullj tuurlled 6.
fOR SALE -Tarn hrre cannun novel. Apply at
' Tue Hull tlu . flleo.
X?OH S LK Havil rk Jump rnat Pilrr-v. II t nrlre
$:, now, u.i'd Job, for 15). Inquire ..fK A.
Li is SALE. HayilixU l'niitun, n.w. IM price
J $-m. for (12 i.-I.,qilir; of K. A. Iiu uctt, Built
iOK 8 VLE. Two colti.'ei o- tti Mreet near
Pop'ar. and oaec 'tia,'j o i Pjp ar auovj ;!Mu
Hret, at a harjtatn.
t M J. HOWL Hi", Rial Eatale Agent.
R R 1 ST R"l lenc.e pr ipprty of Col. Ja. 8
It a da i on Fifieo it i ir (.:. Mo'i c.nitaiui
ten room., hi a I u.'cded couv nl nc' and a in
(0l coudifon i;uiitviiliy
M J. JOV..lir, lieal Eta:e Aijcnt.
New York Fashions.
Furs Millinery -Full Dress Toilettes
Special Corre, .oD'lence to 1 be Bulli-tln:
W here tin- si'hl tiKipus l.uvu tjotn, ln;
CjIUi'S n (jiH'S'ion. Mny of them, (inubt
Ics.n, prulnn-ed into tlic cct'ly seal (iulmnns
tlit tiie mill ioimirn'n ife nr iliuliicr will
wear, or, ut tlie re-ult of htl ri us ecmiu
inifs, is ri-vtT'.'Utiy " si et-ml hy si.ihh ultra
mbitious wnmHn of lcs uiemis. More
than ooti well-to do womun thinks lu-rhcll
unablu to ttffirJ to xpt-nsivn it fur (;ir
meut, suitablu only to wry told weatlier,
and neceeaiutiri,' others not kj W inn, mid
turns to an enveloping cloak of seal 'luli
(eleTen dollars per yard) while the major
ity take pride in silken garment?, waddud
and trimmed with fur. Here we are
greeted by a luvelatiun in ei Ik brocades,
while in great deru md, as in ire durable, is
thebroclie Nonpareil ve'viiteen, lian isotno
ly figured, ami rivaling Telvet bro'ade.
Happy to , i the onir of n fur-lined cir
cular, not tin! t-h'j i j so fusliiouablo as that
she is so cornfiMtabh', In truth, she can
and often does nuke her wholn family com
fortable; tich and all wear it liy turns, al
though owning other and in iru stylish
wrapH, in viuw of w'uioh we uif.y tt'ard
the fur-lin:d ciieuUr a a highly estetnied
inmitutioD, not liki ly coon to iaj a.vay.
Like a thief in the i.iyht has the "ci ru
bination boDiiet'' ma le its api)eir:nioe. Tlie
plain Velvet bcLnet, if not forbid It n, yet
looked ackancii upon, and inuny a contriv
ing spirit, by partial bespanoleinint of j;ilt
beads or braidin-r, transforms a last year'
capote into something Bt usoti ible. lir ddi s
also play a large part in combinati.n.s; 'he
crown UHUally compon d of cui h f mey a utf
with BUtrotiD i'iig rif plaiu wive', or theie
inay bo a reversing of n-lnt.ve posilioin.,
Nothitig is more viil.nt, too, than (he hlh
pUces ill given the capote. Evidently it
came to say, and whatever new fivonte
may be brought iu competition, the capote
comes out winner. One can note, too, that
the enormous gales of fancy patch woik
feathers bogins to bring some reaction, and
fastidious souls look about them for a sub
stitute, finding an elegant refuge in chenille
fruits or velvet flowers.
KILL DHKSS TOII.K1TK8.
Metallic glittering areamaiked feature
ia full drets toilettes, where gilded or sil
vered laces vie with fine nettiims heavi y
bespangled with c park ling patterns. UUck
lact, gilded, is a favoiite contrast on yellow
aatic, and there uev.T was a tiruu when yel
low shades, from brilliant reddish yellow
to refined ibimmur of a in tonlight glow,
were ofiouer visible. Move than one rich
costume prepared for Mim Carrie Antor's.
wadding, ia an exemplifli a'ion of tiie above
ideas, thoUjjli beautiful embroidi'iiei play
a largo part as well. One of the mobt eh
gant toilette! is of whitH velvet with front
breadtb covered with embroidery of gcurlet
lucshins, a border surro indlug tlie train,
and a delicate showing oa corsage and
sleev.'s. Another dr'-s is of pink Ri'in
trimmed with Labri lor fur and whi'e l ice
J..t epaulets are among reoent novrlties.
White eas imeru is in favor for house c s
tumes, worn by dressy ytmn' wid'w.
Lord A Taylor's pamphlet on wt.ll mail's
furnii-bing goods is of giat value. I hin
gauZ'i ribbons are used to trim Chin i crape
dress s. Pearl solmiro ear riiii;-', with s x
pins to match, an: a pretty prev nt. -A so
ciety lady recently wore a walking c 'Mumc
of tapestry wool, and daik on-eii Xoiipneil
velveteen; the formiT as overdrew, the let
ter con-tituting the skiit, with two plait
ing on lower edge. L mi" X' mii n for
little b iys or nirls uc made with kilt
skirt, attached to a sih-sia waist, over .vl.ieli
is a full bkuse, reactiiu bidoiv tin: wais1.
and above, a short roii ided jii:k"t.
L'CY ' 'am n:u.
Charnotor In Gait.
It is well to beware of the mnn who
carries his left foot in townrd his riirht
in walking, giving the impression t Ji.-it
his right foot turns out und his left
turns in. This man is a natural petty
larcenist. He may perhaps have never
stolen in his life, but that was because
of fear, or lack of opportunity, but nil
the satno ho is liable at any time to
sequester unconsidered tr lies for pure
wantonness. He is of a k.eptomaniac
nature; but ho is not nearly so danger
ous as the man who deliberately lifts
his leg up from tlie thigh us though ho
was going up-stairs. That man is a
natural and on educated villain. In
England, where the tread-mill is used
in prisons, many convicts uciju'.ro -thai
peculiarstep, but it is the natural, care
ful, cat-like tread of the criminal. Toe
ffirl who waits wild n il.it fool p.'rii ti-ij
squarely on tho ground, as tiiough sue
wanted it to grow there, may not bo as
attractive as the girl with tho arched
instop, but sho is a t'ood deal bettcr
natured. Sho is euro to bo n good
nurso, kind hearted, sympathetic,
anxious to bear the burdens of others,
while tho girl with tho arched foot is
nearly sure to be selfish, nnd certain to
bo a coquette if sho walks on her toes.
Tho man of short, nervous .steps is
always a business man of energy, but
if tho stride is lrom tho knee on'y, ho
is cold and sol h, caring for no ono
but himseif. The man whoso stride is
long and at tho same time energetic, is
jrouerally bright, always erratic and
ill-balanced, often conceited, always
careless, fond of admiration, generally
willing to saerilico much for praise and
eclat, and, while often n good fellow,
generally unreliable. Tho diplomat
nnd tho linaneicr have a smooth, elid
ing walk, hard to describe, but easy to
recognize. There is nothing sneaking
about it, but it betokens careful de
liberation, as though every step wero
duly considered before being made,
lireat statesmen and great philanthro
pists always have a loose, shambling
gait, which comes from thinking about
others inoro than about themselves.
Tho strut of tho vain man. tho teeter-
iu;rinpui inu -uuiie, mo lounging ;
gait of tho unemployed club man, aro
all too familiar to call for description.
To say that a person walks like a lady
or liko a gentleman is high praise.
Tho gait cau never bo picked up in
after life, it must bo born in a man or
woman, and cultivated in early youth.
It is lost to a man when ho falls into
bad ways, for so surely as ho loses his
consciousness of rectitude and prido of
honor, bo surely will lie pick up tho
gait of tho loafer. An honest man,
gentle or simple, never walks like a
thief, and u thief can never counterfeit
tho gait of an honest man, but in at
tempting to apply theso rules to men,
ono knows it must be remembered that
all thieves are not caught, and all sus
pected persons aro not bad. M i Oi'.i
fornia. Curiosity il' .Medical I,iV.
An English paper gives some of tho
curiosities of medical life. It is tho
duly of ono doctor to tako lunch every
dav at a great ensllo belonging to a
iioblo lord. Tho household is'dmmcnso,
and there Is just the chance that there
may bo some ease of lndisposkioti de
manding attention. He gi-n Minio of
tho best company and best lunches In
England, and only cdiar.'en a guinea
for each attendance. Tliere i lt
wealthy man near a great city win)
cannot bear to bo h ft for the "ni-iit.
There is a physician of great airily
who drives out of town night y to sleep
at his residence; lie Is consequently de
barred evening society, and if he gori
out to dinner has to leave his friends
before wine. He Imi to char.
re his oa-
limit ll.OU'J n year, Oip- vniti
nas n standing enrigoincnt i,f jf r a
year to look after the nealth of an o,d
lady. Sho had to be liisoeei" !
times a dav, was stroirr in tk
uinl so se,,L and perveise that Im ha I
great trouble, wiln her. Troy Tmus.
Captain Dudley arid Ilia Oorapau
ions to Bo naard On Apryeal--A
Th ) Duke of Cumberland's Hostility to thf
German Empiror and Einpiro
B Buurtk and Siauley.
Anuichls'.i Plotting in Fiance.-Enylish
Mediation Probable British Troops
Fleeing From the Small-Pox,
TUB JIUV-KATtUs' AITKAL.
I.oxnox, November 25, Tho caso of
Captain Dudley and tho muto of tLo
wrecked yacht .Mignonette, who wero
tried for murder ou November oth fur
having killed the boy I'urker to keep
themselves alhe, und against whom a
verdict lu accordance with these facts
was found, will be beard on appeal by
Lord Chief Justice Coleridge and three
other judges on December 4th. The
question us to whether a murder was
committed will then bo determined.
MIUIOI S ( U.Otlii: AUAINST t'lIAMUERT.AlN.
Lonuo.n, November Tho Hlght
Hon. Lord Henry Thynue, the Conserva
tive .Memlwr of Parliament for South
Wales, openly charges the Right Hon. Jo
seph Chamberlain, President of the Hoard
of Trade, with having read affidavits lu
Parliament regarding the Ashton rk't
which he kuew to be false.
NO SECOND CONPKBKXCK.
London, November 23. In tho House
of Commons, lat evening, Gladstone
Mated that the Government had no in
tention of proposing a second conference
of the Ton eis in regard to Egyptian af
fairs. THK OHK.U' KASTEKN W ILL HAIL.
The Court refused to grant an Injunc
tion to restrain the Great Eastern lrom
wailing fur New Orleans.
THE Mhi: OK CL Mlir.IlI.AN'D AND ii:i
Jli.iu.iN, November 23. The AVi
Utrwin Ga.:it(i says: "The Duke of
Cumberland will i .m i n no to be the
determined 1 , . - iry of the Emperor and
the Empire i.i k-w of his Intimate rela
tions with the Center party. The Gov.
eminent can not consent to make liruiis
wick the headquarters of the Guadaloupe
policy, or sael'iilee tlu peace of 43,000,.
ooo of people in the particular inter-i-t
of any 'joiise, ancient or (listin-L'lii.-hcd."
ISJMICK ASK .VI AM.I.Y.
IfLW.ix, Novenib.-r 23. Saturday even
ing at the Imperial Palace alter the din
ner to tlu Coiii'i) delegates was over,
Prince JUmc irek ha I a Inn.' cnnvcr-atiu
with Henry M. Stanley in ivjard to tin
A NM'.' .11 1 S'l s IMOTI'IS'l.
Paiih, .V' "iiilier -'.'.--The Anarchist
.papers are making oo.ent atlaens on t.'ic
Government. It Is eoiiMercd MifnilJcant
that thecommil teoof lie Anarchist party
"held a meetin,' yc-l-rda at a dramshop
in Hue (.'o'piillers.
iitiiAiiiM i.M'i i.i r.i ron ivmii.t im;.
l.e Milin says: Ibrahim, the former
secretary of I-inail l'asha has been ex
pelled from Prmee for mixing with polit
KMI1.1SII MEDIATION I'llOrlAMl.K.
London, November 23. The Vimcs'
Shanghai eorresi'Ondeut says: "The ac
tion of the l'n uch has driven China to re
open the Tonquiu qiii'stion, and it is as
serted she will uk for linglish inediatlon.
The secretaries of Prince I.i assert that
they saw Captain Eournier, who negotiat
ed the Tien Tsln treaty for E ranee, make
erasures In the treaty. "
l LEIfsr, 1 Ilu.M TIIK sM l.-l'ii,
DoMiOl.A, November 23. The Jilitish
troojis are moving on lu liiiinlonk, twenty
miles south of here, to avoid the small
pox, which prevails here among the na
tives. Humors of an epidemic id cholera
are prevailing among the troops of the
M ahdi In Kordofaii.
I'IKISOCNCKI) A 1.1 1".
The Rumored Miaundorstandlnu Botweon
llondrlcks and Cleveland.
Nkwahk, N..J., November 23. In re
ferring to the story that he and Governor
Cleveland had had un unpleasant Inter
view, ex-Governor Hendricks to-night
Hushed angrily, nnd allowed his bead-like
eyes to lia-dij in he said : "It Is emphati
cally and undeniably a lie a miserable
lie. It W an unworthy, disgraceful
falsehood, and I am very glad that I
have been asked to deny such a total
misrepresentation. The only truth lu
the whole thing is the fact tint I was at
Albany with Governor Cleveland, Hut
as to there being any mlsiindemtanding
between us, I uhscii that such Is not the
case. Thero was perfect kindness and
perfect agreement between us, The In
terview was a very pleasant one, and
theru Is no foundation iu the statements
I have beard to-day, ami you can believe
mu when I say ho,"
Fullod to Appear.
Nklsonvii i.k., O., November 25.-
committee of conference, consisting of j
citizens, miners and opeiators, called n
meeting yesterday afternoon to see If the
strike In the Hocking Valley could not be
compromised. Tim clll.ens and miners
Wi lli oil hail I, bill tile Ope.l,jM refused
to appear. 'I he iniiiers would make no
concessions when the operators had lg
imrud them, '1 he consequence Is the eon
ililluiis remain the same, '1 here la no np
parent piomlse ol the strike ending before
MTlng, Great want and suffering will
surely prevail, ami tend to violent
A Black Eyn for thi La tlm,
M'lN'i iu i lea, Vi ., Novi'ii'li-r an,--In
the l.egl.liitui,: jeslei.lay the hill giving
woim u paying tuxes the rl.?hl t i vntn In
muiilcipal town elei lions was h c.ted by
111) U) li'.i. The bill giving th" ili ad ho lies
of pHiip. rs lo pliVMii luiis for iliHHic.tlon
(jained Ij.jIIi houses,
E.;1zd by I.mpeotors.
8t. Pait., Minx., November 23, Six
teen of tho forty horses captured from
eiisc-t'deves near Glcndlvo have been
elzed by special Inspectors of the 1'iilted
Mates Treasury Department.
Mi'NTAiii'K, Tkx., November 23. At
eight o'clock last evening fllty masked
men entered the jail by breaking down
the door, and released all the prisoners,
twelve In number.
Got Savon Years E.veh.
Santa Ek, N. M., November 25. Tho
three train wreckers, tlollins, Kirkendalo
and Proctor, havo been sentenced to the
Territory Penitentiary for seven years
Death of G. H. Dulle.
Ji'.kkkiiso.v City, Mo., November 23.
G. II. Dulle, one of the oldest residents
here, died Uds morning. He was a
wealthy and influential man and owned
the flouring mills of this city,
The Storm at Buffalo.
Bitfalo, N. V., November 25. Tho
storm whlcn commenced with rain on
Sunday changed to snow last night, and
several Inclips have fallen since midnight.
The storm on the lakes has been particu
Oliver Must Hang,
Coi.i mdcs, 0., November 25. The Su
preme Court refuses to grant leave to 111 o
a petition of error to reverse the judg
ment in the case of George Oliver, sen
tenced to hang ut Cincinnati, December
"d, for the murder of Thomas Allen. It
Is understood that the Governor will le
asked to commute to life imprisonment.
A Strange Story.
Si. P.UT., Minn., November 23. James
Evan and James MeCarty, of Hyde Park,
Wabash County, were going home w ith a
team from Hammondford, but stopped ou
account of a severe snow-storm at the
shanty of Tim Donahue in the timber.
While asleep the shanty took lire. Me
Carty barely escaped and rescued tie?
t. am lrom an adjoining shed. 'The other
two men w ere burned to death.
Grain and Provisions,
'ft i:-DV, Xu I.MI'.l.li j.'j,
sr. r m is.
Col ION -teii'ly ; 1 1 1 I J I i it tr , I'lnlnve.
I loin Men ly"; to choice, ;J.leu I.H;
p:it-iii. s f . n I. mi,
W UK llli,'liel', No. 'i Ked, ;n ani'sje; No.
j I!' 'I. ' 7 'C.-e.
i mis -ti-a'ly; No. i mixed, :ii,aW,v; No.
.' v liio nil er, ,;il ;4c,
oil - I Inner; No. 2, 2! u J.V.o.
IU K lliulier; No. IT l-e.
'I oiiu'co I'inu ; Im.'.-; common to eholee,
ioi lu.'i; lent; eoinmoii r-d leaf, ;T..i.i
lii 'i; im limn to l'oihI. '.i.oe,j lT.un.
II w Prairie, ..'' i ln..v lor prime to choice
ne a , e over iiiim-I, .S7.i i hun for coium ei
to j i ri 1 1 1 -; prni" new tun ithv, Ji'.Kiall.i'i;
fire y, :.(! 1.1 on.
In 1 1 1, e Kl eiely ; choice to f uitey creamery,
e .'7c ; dairy, choice to fancy, jn'a .'.;e.
it r : fresh .-tocli.'-j.;,- per dozen.
I'' p l v roK 1 1 rm for cininr ; comnnoi iKWl ;
common lo choice, u (,,c.
Co i:k I ml I : iicw mesa, : I l.e" 1 1.
f . lit I end ; prim" il' iiiii, 'u'i'.e.
li lois-l.oiiurs, "v; hhoit-, ;,,; ch ar;
r ti", 7', i T'.c ; 'l p i ki'ii.
Wool. Tnli wa-lie!, choice, 'J v ; lair. .'7i';
I .!' Hint low, vie. I iiwa-licil I u. . n
no-' 1 1 inn, Jn J"' , ; food u ci au'e u . I ii,m , I
'a I'.ie; si-li-ctc'l li.'lil l ii", IT 'i l-e, t:i,oc , r-
-'e, ji.-n I7e : hea v, 1 1 I 'i ; co ii 1 1 ii mr. o nil! t'-f.
hlood, Ji'u'Jo'jC, ciii.il.m :. Im j'l.el' -. M r
1 1 r I K h (,'rfen Htilleil cn-i'r; .Irv t-i-!,-.
I . r -1 1 - 'ii It I'll, !'c ; daiiia r-d. 7c; liati.-.. ;
Im i ! or ln.'". : par! ei, 1, -e ; u'rci ii. un-
ii red , 7 ,' ; dry It mi, ITe . daum.-i'd. IP', kin
an I calf skin, lie; hulls or stun-, Tic, 1 1 y
suited, l.'c; diimaL'ed. I He ; yliie nlindi,
-HKI I' Pl.l.l Imll ; ltim ii,. Minnie; dry, do,
4.'ie; creen sliearluii.'-, l'i. .inc. j
Wiikut -I Uglier; No. 2 l!ed. Iiercmher, s." ,e;
.Iiinmirv, s '.e ; February, sil'.e; March, ,ej
l Oliv lli-'lier ; November, I'.i'je ; Decern tier,
4-e; Jiuiuary, 4.'i',e; February, 4'lc; May,
I rs Stronifi r ; November, 3.V; lleccmlicr,
Sic; Januiiry, :i:: ,c; .May, it'.e.
Wheat Lower ; November, 7 l',c ; Decemtier,
,l',i'; January, 74'. ; Febriiurv, 7.'i',e; Mav,
I 'out Lower ; November, :t:',p; Iieeember,
iUie; year, W Vn.l'.e; ,faiiuai v, :;i 1 .c-; Fehru
liry, IM '4e ; May, :t"'i P,7 v.
OAT steady ; November, ii.'V; lieeein.
ber, 'J.'ie; year, liTe; Junuary, J.'i'.e; May,
1'ollK IllKher; venr, I0.H ; Jaiimiry,
JIH.-.", ; February, JIh.'.ki,
Loin lllirber; November, 57.17', ; Iieeem
ber, K7n; .lariiiHiv, Ji.7'i'; tehriiarv, 'i.-U
"ijii.s.o, ; March, K'l'o.
s-iioici i;in November, ?.'i.7'i ; year, vY.'.j',';
Live Stock Markets,
si. l.'ll is.
(' Ml l.i:'l'oo many common cattle iirrlvlny,
and uood cattle Beiiree ; ifood to heavy si mis,
S.'i.g.'j u.'). ) 'i ; lair In iiond, i I. Ilia j.'i; coin,
nion to i i 1 1 1 1 1 r natives, . :',,7in t.j.ij
lair to uoml ( olonidn sO'ers, t.I.7. . (..Mi; llyht
to u'ood hi nek ei', fl.Hn 'i l.7.'i ; nut ive cow s and
hellers, .VJ.Ihi.i,i; in il-li cows and calves,
lions Maikiit netHii on nil urndes nnd
hn He hlirher; oi kits, I.Hii.i I l.'i: mixed In
Kood heavy packltie, M.n,i I,:;:,; Jiht lions,
.l.!'.Vo I. In; plt-s, O.I";i.7.V
MIKKI' llull ; eoinmoii to lili'dlum, I..VH
2.2.1! lair to irood, Sj.iH ,r l.(i; t-uod to ehuiee,
l.'i'Ull.X'i; Inmbs, per hm It s, JJ.ii'r l.n'l.
MU VO O.
Huns Ktilrly in llv-; reeidpta, '.'.'ikhi; light,
J.I. son l,:(H; roiuh paekitrr, f.l.,;'i n I, a ; j heavy
jmeklliK mid shlppmif, S l.-'ii n I. Mi,
( Al l I K Mow ; iTu ipis, 7,0.10 ; exports,
$il, IHml.fiii; foniuion to choice, i,n', I mi,
MIKI.I' Weak ; receipt-, :i,nni; eoinmoii to
flood, JJ.'i'i Hl.iK
CATTI.K MMl ki I in 1 1 i bin n silicic lower
or ('(million, and linn lor he-t t i ades; iood
to choice slceis nf l,,ii lo l.iju pouiiils nver
aire, fi'art.411 ; in" llinn lo ioo siccrs trunk
,.SI tu l,ane poninls, v'i'.i ',.. .', ; hutcliei N steei'M,
from mm lo I. "en mir, ,,.mci i.i;,; stocki ia
and feeders, f ;l..,o -i i.Vi, i losim aiendy,
Ml mi'-Murkei iii'.iM-, in in iiml hither; for
fimdera from Im I v I h' pom el-., .,,T."mi .,Vi; uood
to in o 1 1 1 n in butchers' he'., i .. I ,',u, oribiiary
to rholee Wesiern linini-, ;.jir l.iiii ; I 'null
lias, tl.H,yi4.!")i no Se t ' , 1 1 i l,
lions .Mm kel iiellvc, mi 1 he;le r; I'ood
to choice lolk"is, i ii. , i I, Imli hei'
toaidcH, aXru i .:.u; nh..ut nil ,,ih
h VSMS I ,
I'ATTI.R li''1 nlpls.
lower; exiiorls, '..'i
Hblppuur, i'l..'..'" .''.?.'. ;
Y I ..'" .. to ; Kin-" i "
t olorado hiill ht I
'.'.'.' i; weak ; l"n lii)
'. ." . !oo I lo i 'nil. II
.i. ih, i in to nn Im n,
lis I I "I -, Y i f 1 11 ,.s i i
ci'4, ( 1, H II I,.!. I,
opi le d l.'ie hi ihi'i',
closimr weak- r, I'd. ni ,",.'i lo 'J.'i Imv
era " at Jl.l'i" !..:,; niiiin i in M.i... I J ,
SIIKKI' lleeeipls, ; lail'loimod ul i.'.-llj
Monoy and H toek Market. ,
Snw Yoiik, Kovcintiei' 'Jl,-,Mimcy I per
nunll e.vehaiiioi llt'tu; liovcrnmcli'ls it tin ;
eui'ieney, lis, l.'s hid; In, eoiipim, 1', hid;
4', n, do, lliv Iild, I'll" sun k murkei was
dull I lit oiejlioui, ih'iiiin -s I mil., nnd uuiul.'C
usllnu, ami eliun,:' s Inn inuul, In iiitiv
t tadiiirf I hern W n sonic sclhil( in Noi'lheiii
I'li.'llle pi'i letr 'd, iiieh'i' w Ineli II dm lined i,
pereetil. 'I I'M H liiicr iild mil lii the leiiHt
itfl.ii't Hin r si of the I. .), in iinu kel was al
a eliui'ls'lll until slioi'.ly bernre mid day,
WliiHi prices were In I n'i V'llS! per M ill,,
under llm lniideriilili or I m- utnlerh ll, A
Hie linn) of winitiu iiui maikei was dull, lull
Vim Von a remained ilnu.
Esrp fcna kJ73 tarsal cr?a ET'TI IT-" -J
jon slioulil buy j our
CIIII'A(i(l ONK-PlilCi: CLOTHING HOUSE.
We carry flic largest stock in . outliern Illinois. '
I'm ovi n et aio ail m w gno.N hnnelit Mils , n-,n, f r i t ranli. si.rt wliitli iru tull'iie at t
liua.l ailvancf u uklbK ui.r pun lewir tusii ;eu can bay thum at unv ntlu r b iiru In bo city. Iu
we. li iwIim tn . iiiil l:n. of lioo-ls I . W.i 'nl f'.sim re. Melton-, ( lend Ida-. Curt ce.
a , a Heaven. ,i n I ii v.v ritl.tr ana in-kes. h ive tin sm n,n in lln k i'Iuu F.h rlnc lllue, Hrnwn
HUek.Uttt', lir di itirt Stu.ke nil" s. Vs c prl ciiIbiu itM,nr a(. i,H u hi iir Kir l.liihlw telit
O in 1'oHif. wliirh ur'; m l.e fin n In, port, .1 ..ul- ti (1 ure ip.nl in nn ki iii'Bi lo the hi'st nipt, in
w.Tk Pi mi JIS.MI to Siin.i'O Our -Ion el HV'ei.it. Ii III W.O 1 tu $ 8 0) i lsrj and c. Iniilcte
ll Wi,ii.I t c la io-p In to (b Pi'rilji'iair . lenilnl mock of '
BOYS' AND ClilLDUlLX'S OVERCOATS
Ail u run say is. Don't fail to rxam'ne o:ir PtI( tefon- hinhg rlpewheic. m.d jnu will aloilt w
are pIu.miiii; the li.ri.tpl. and must ti;inpkiu plm k iu tl.e city, ai.U that uur price re the lowei t
CHR'AGO 0XK-.PJ11CE CLOTHING HOUSE.
M. WKItXKlt (Sc SOX. Props.
E. .:. A. .:.
w m r
Ifeit Hohdav -: Presents!
Lis to w- - u .
Japanned Iierlin and Afa'tj AVaro,
lii i (l Catrcs, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & lc Cream Freezers.
Aginf IM- Ailiims A Westlake Oil. Hasnline ami (ins toves, D droit
Mil- Co.. i I a iii 1 1 id Steel I'iows, Chilled Mows, Wulkiug Cultivators,
Ctiiti Shi lifts, Hanteis, Me., Me.
s. 27 1
'rir.Kioi'iioNK no. '.go.
E. A. BURNETT,
is iiivpared t'ulo Job Print inr of every description from a
Dodiii r to a Tliree-Mieet Poster on the shortest notice and
in th'f hot sfle, ami at the lowest possible prices. Call
and ;et his prices.
OFFICK:-No. 7 Oliio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
Cik le Saiii's Ci'.iwii .!( wels.
Few are awn re. says the 'iishin":lou
Un-.iHr, tlnil in the liroml vaults of the
treasury uro depo-ited for snfe keeping'
ii Ittrge ipiaittity of dinmonds mid other
precious stones', which will form tlui
liuclciis of the crown jewels vvlieii this
country Lecomes uu einpire, These
rri'iiw nil have histories. ' Anion"; theni
is a lioitle, four or livi- inches Ion";, lill
ml with di.iiiiuiids, iiml there nrc inatiy
other precious stones, Some of tlicin
arc -ei in oold oriiiitiictils intend d for
m 'I'll.'il weir. Tim lir-t collection of
wlih li we have any aiithentie account
Im - I'cen in the custody of the f rciisury
ollii 1 : 1 1 - for over foriy-'livi' years. They
v i le n ut to l'l'i'sldeiit Van Huron Ly
tin' Iin.iiiii of (limit), whose capital city
of .Muscat, in Arah'm, on the IVrsiun
Hull'. 1 I he most widely known of nil
Acadian cities lo mil -'uicrs. The litiuim
nas tin- dinlc politician of Ariililn, the
lioss ilillulv o fall i l.e Ilcdoiiln kin, ami
haviiur lie'ni'il that. Martin Vau Huron
Va- Ivvol'.ilil slinrpei'.k eticl', sulit liTand
il.indicr Ihan l.'i wis liiiiM'If. lie MMit
llicso iliiinioml.'i and ( nivrl to him us a
Irilnite In his superior pvu'ttw and inor
alitv, U t'k"s a pn ity sinarl scon i
ilrcl lo dlscniiiii mi Arnli ciit-llinml of
the hl;;hcr class, bill the lliiteh palt'oon
of Kimlerh'ook could dn il, und I lie
liiiaini of itii'in all'iv, ml Im could tako
I lie cake n'nll lie ilhiinotids Inn. Hut
al'ici' he look them he did md know
what lo do with tiieiu, He had au ele
phant on hi hands. 1 1" could not an
accept 1 1 it 1 1 1 for himself, ulilui "jili Im
wanted In do ;o, as Hie coiistliuilon ex
pressly fiii'liadi' any or nn cnniu'-i'tt'tl
with lie e,'nvei'iiii'i!iii. ai'icpliiiej any
ju'c ciit or ilccoraiion I'roin any f.ireleju
(itiltl, Di.iiiKHKN, Solid Silver,
P I . A. T 1: D-A' A li K.
W llusicul Iiistriini(iif.i. St I.ouis 1'i iccs l iiplictttcd.
- - CAIRO, ILL'
im tn 'no a at
iowcr or potentate, without express iiu
Ihorily of conjrress. Tliis authority
eoiirr''ss would not rive. Iu fact, H
was inexpedient at I hat time, to ask for
It. So the jewels were turned over to
the treasury, where thev now are.
Hut the Immin's jjift Is not all. Th re
are iu Hie collect ion superb jewels re
ceived at other times and in various
wavs. Tunpioises lilue as Syrian sum
mer skies, eincriilds like the reflection
of Ireland's pi-en turf in her crystal
waved lakes, ruliies, oriental ruliiestlmt
flash a world of Hipiiil crimson litfhttill
the cyn ;rovvs dim with jrazinj?; sup
phiri's; )icarls as while as the foam of
the sen; and opals that shimmer with
resinous radiance as only tho precious
opal can; nil these arethere. There aio
inanv lieaulil'iil and many ip-mint orna
ments, jeweled lirooches ami rin;;s nnd
sword hilts; lie-diainonileil crosses
liroiiejht from the Mayluy isles, and lots
of ot her rare ami valualiln trinkets.
'J'hey have no ilolinile owners nnd are
placed in the treasury vaults beeaiiso
they are too valuable to throw away,
nnil nohody dares to claim them, he
cnusn nohtidv Ims a right to them.
Wliul disposition to niiikt! of them Is a
pu..fo. Conyjri'ss alone can niithorlzo
llicii' disposition, mult n'lvss.allhouch
asked several times to do so, has do
fliiii'd to lake any milieu of them.
John C. lino, the Info New York bank
l'resldoht who iniido way with some
four millions of tho bunk's monoy, i
described us a very yoiinu; mnn, who
piilcs himself nn his fuzzv little inns,
taclni und his eood looks. Ho evidently
paid ni i 'm nttciiiion to his tuustachu
UDtl his looks than to his bunk.