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   Herald-Despatch, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1891, Decatur, Illinois                               il only in tlio MW tl.rt CATTLE IN BRAZIL. Are Tilt1 Cows tii Tlmt A tntr-tn-aiiiiatc imtn tho number oi s nt oif nt lir.rr.il (it 'MMm.ta') br.ml Tim ..i-.- husl-m- biM'mnridll liri'ivtt color, Tlicy were Irilro- a.id ovef .LI i tv-ro t-.tnl nrobtvblV 1 !ltt'l t-lalifornio. mi- j -j linl'tiali, bot- lltlllt j ti-r I'M'ii iirni for IWUL tlian niiiH'f to ;nirp u-1. Hauj of liw rovfa i uii-iM'Si V.V h.ivc reproduced i I lustration, t'l la'n (run, n 1 it'n> 11 lustration, tii'd'n (rim, n piioto ,'rT "f a at I'iraciuaba, I'll" n from Uiv Janeiro. Uotf Uoti l wni -l fi'i't ititlin'i: ili'itatieo bo- i h'trri -i. -4 fr -t 7 i l-o- i" iv- v of tin; !w li.y-ars. stil lii'ti.Tiil Ati'irc'.vs Miy. li" Iiai Been, SKi.ts i'V t 0( ln'fii I 1' it lie j fnr Hi'- nt 1 I'.ic riiwli- i ttiilli il.uiy, (tit' U Im wy !.t IKJIC, tc. tin- -.JH-lllJf 11SUI r, i-.il) (In- f..l1 I.LX of liulf n "f lh" butter n -i'jr 1 1 U'l I''-. Which, (fiv U.ilry i of T ttQ, avrr.i-'i' 'if l-.-'k'l tnttlo vi'jitlv. runl t'l" "i W'iiii> to iii.iric n.mil they w ri' ill tliia ti' tin II Tt.'T" nfr v i-iitiil'iT of breeds ot c.i'tV in tii" {'iltVmil provinces, noi' Uu-i.-i lln1 Mti-.i i''Oi. (jiiiiibtinos, ;iMil MI I'l'iiH'ipir-l cities anilj tuiu.s nf rjit'li- it-it Improvtii, lln-ir two Turitins aro blaclc 'jfotinlil T OnWIfc ''.tVlr. :inJ Itm beat foe uru li ivil.tl tin- i. In wi-ll. ti.i-tn ft'. (.'llsttoCMi y I n.1'1 Jljtl IWfil mil rows II titko-. U ol milk I" ono tmS.kjr tun] tivi- fiiiunrli U> one Otl   evident nn> a tinio wlion Uu> country will all it-town wheat t .tnd uoiu) (or cxportatlotL These fm'ts i.t.ui-f in tlie fuco pruintM' l" I'nliiuic" (tie viilito ol erery" tli'mt; tTt'ilnci-il I'forta -Coif mud's Iliirnl V. Cu to explain Tnkn lo imtj A rout: tn-n lay efffra, if any at nil, anil iv fut oCti'ti Inyri Bolt" (fil "Art- (ii'iiplr- anytnnlyT" "On-v irn- l.iiiiv, n l.y everybody, but tn "Tliitii Ihi'r I'uiil hiiktmc of in leavening Ltttrsf .v. Uw'tfootl yte 5.' iSjIfi- PURE. -a V' the Standard Baking Pow- i Has larger use l.tit.ii iij; [Mjwtlers ii t'.'iiiiiltinj: Hi 'itibt Chi- I Itii'i i.ic I'11 king L'liwilct Mijwiior S. Tlie Royal is BIOS: rtlisWc .mk'r TSity cf Illttuni: "I )im1 Koyol S'iiscd "f wii ok-Mini'.' ingredivnts, cnttrulx 'if nf :itiy kil'd." AKl) Of lU'M.ru; In our jmlurticnl it I he Uoyal TUkinrj 1'owtkr ii j u IJK li 1 ii.iva tbe Rtwal one o Oiinits-ioNHi; ROVH) n.ittinf; Powder is its pure ilnil 'ni.Misr Riikinj; is perfectly nutii, or substance." V uiiK powders that require larger Royal to hold an equal idence of their adulteration. VOLXTMK XIV. DECATUR ILL., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER NO. 11 BOLD TRAIN ROBBERS, Milwaukoo St. Fanl TfEiln Hold "Up HEAR WESTERN UNION JUNCTION, WIS. yiiwmi u UtcJ to Fates Eotiancs Into ihu Cnr of iho Booty of Little UiJo to lha An Alebams DynnmUo, v, An i tin.- St. nntl by ti'uin imrtliwust, u tuil .rn I'lii'in ,1 iimiliiin, und tilt.' Ltxprcss- tvjis ilvinintitoil und ruLibud. Tho 'inn M-i'iirvl I'.v tliu iNjbliui'ft wtis nol !ll '.111- I II (1'Jl'tll.HI (it It WHS in tin- r-irtti '.l unrtillcitU'H, tiiiymimt on hiijli l.o Tins i'obbciHy i-i'i'uft'i'tl 1 (i. tn, iLM-tiiiiL; 1 1 or hix incfl trft Uiiciuo i'h IL (ri'ii.'Hl li'fiitt, wliiuh Uicy til VVi-'-t'Tii t'ti'oil MUitlun, ru- ni-iiiiinr tln-n; until IHu uxprciw fr-piii untriu 111 Tlicy rtiiu mill t'Miiiy- I'J lli'J tihtutui' ntid I'livot'alilu iiioniciil. a milo nijrUi o( Tin' Hhyvot- lmx wlioti liu wiis untl oil turning thu I'atisu, fuuml CDViji'ivl lij- u ritU; in the liiiniiH i.f it AnotUcE' irii'Jiiniiiif lijirivl ivtis puitiluil tit tin; linul tin- fiiv'liii.'er. 'I'liu WUM to t'D ftirwiird and jtuoii c tin- mi; itiln Lilt; lin i-'.n'Ui'il by thu iniTl tlir iun-r iv Uit> wli. tik- LO iliu F. t the NEWSPAPER! n: tun re hell alieuli t'lll'uvftl in single j Oniiiit tliu ruU- fin ilixir ;it Hut und Miiriihy li> "iicti it. lulicr ivtiiM'it 'I'liuii n I lu'iurii Hi's window, wus iviii'vvoil. iStiLllho to optn thu r. Almtlirr1 lioinli tiirciivii. Un.t A U'rrilioujqilu- [iilloivcil, tiu> fnfui; nf ivliiijh bu ivhi'i; it in lluit the vy tiltlln'r running thu side Itlif cur fiiiiinhvti'in wliiuh it IK built. ln'oki'ii in two, IA luryi.! ivm-, ruinli- in tliu door and i Ihi1 nf tin; uKfilosion htul iivH.V, mid iiniid Lin.' hiiiiiko nnd [lust, tin' into iinrl oovufoil tliu cr uml Ills itssistiiiit ivllli ruvulvcrs. mi'ii Itinl bi'iin tlirijiviidrnvn by tliu Mi' it AVI1H tiini' lii'fnri' tin! would I" thu ki'.yL'M to thu Thu hull tlirmvn tiio of Ihr cm' into Hit' jrr'TiU'St ctJii" IiiHUin, Tin1 "liifr1-, whii'li ihc njUbui'H pvrru In'lit liuriuU bu- i-utli tlio IIOM'H and D'iru- inn wtit ut Lliu point n I'oVDlvi'c, t-i ici-l itil'i llm rnrnnil mi- 1 tin- ivliili' tin; I'ulibi'i's, with tin' who stood him, look of uml -.limit ri'jid.v to tviriiivu tiny Uiv nr tiMitinivn Hint t" to thu rcscru; of i' 'L'wu nt UHI tluvo sufcs tin; tniin HL'ri! tlit'iiwn in it at tho ELii'L tv short Iwlioti, r u til-lay of til-nut huK mi ..-in', tin1 triiin IVM.-, lo pro- on in thin uity at it, tn. Uii1 fnhlii-rs itindu thoir unbuilt I'm Hi-ml .icvornl nts ititu (.In.- nir. with ti vluw tlm mid llr.iin liuiitl.H. wi'i'o not in their i'niK mill iir'.'vcnt tliL'in from tiikintf luunl in I In.- 'I'liit   imposed V" "Wo will send nil our augur to thi Unitixl Kingdom, whore wo will find t raarlcct for it. At prestintivo send all of it to the United States, except the Dcmnrura sugar, wlilch ia n fancy grade, nnd which goos to England, havo no lu saying that vrouid like to contiuuo our trado will this country, THE TUltV CONGRB3S. New OtOceri In Bt, Loalt Next Tasr. CntOA.00, Nov. tnrf conrjres finished its business and adjourned tc meet in St. Louis the socoud Wednes- day in November, 1S93. Rolls Wells of St. Louis, was elected pres dent for the new yenr; Gen. J 1'. Robinson, ol Lexington, Ky., president; B, C. Uopper, eeerelary o Latonia Jocltoy club, secretary tho eonfrross, and O. L. Bradley, urer, by The following res- olution was adopted; ot tlioTiirt oongroM will co-op omtu wltlr uny racing suscmliitton in pro j TnotluR nonodl utitl tioaornblo racing. 1 piupoge lyhlch nnlional In Its scop Btob OOld LoSDON, Nov. Caen premier of Cape Colony, cabins from Capetown that some exceedingly ric (Told reefs have been discovered nea Fort Viotorio, Mashonnload, South A BRAZILIAN AFFAIRS, Alleged Reasons for the Secossioa of Bio Grande Do SuL OHSECA DETERMINED TO CRUSH IT. m pot tan I Disjunct) Received by Minialet Mandonca at ily to Deny tha Ripotts Spread Through Europa, Bsostslcn of Rio Grinds Do 8nX LONBOM, NOT. from Rto rande do Sul give the reasons for tho ceession of that province, Ooe is that, wing to the distance of tlie province rom Bio Janeiro, Its interests cto not attract the attention they deserve. A no tb or is that tho stato prefers to fovarn itself, and docs not agree with he general policy affairs at tho north, Dn is. all rumors to lio contrary, now standing in appar- atly good huultli and nble to mniio a vig-oroiti It is ported that Fonscua 1ms tlcclarod i la positive intcnUnii to put down tlia iu the soiitti anil to employ, il keed be, every able-bodied man within of his authority. Tlie dietntot ibolishod exception fruin military sei'H whicli herutofore conkl bu pur- bused in Hereafter rieh and poor will have to tiiUo their turns iu ho array, ivliich is being rapidly 3n> :rcased. Tlio army is moi-e efllcienl han It was under Itic tsmpire, and tint navy has tileo been strengthened- L'liero Is every prospuet, I li ore lore, of a H'otraetod slioiiltl Hio Grn.nd4 lo Sul persist in its deten nination to jo code. by tho BraaLllaa Mm later. Nov. 13. Scnor Jtcn donca, tho minister, lias ro celvod the following is government in to tlm sitna ion in thdt country: 11 1 o i no, Contlmio tc drjnv altirtnlnf; ropoi'tri HPI'IMUJ Kuropu in I'i'ifLU'tl tu roa to ration el noiiHrdiy mid of iiuljjlc a lilo ilu .JiuHuro Ja quftit tun) con. llliititu In tliu t. ruucltiij Uy unnouiK-c I'U'l'ui t nuk't nil tlK Imt tliuro h no ilEsciinlunl n tlio cnnritry, Tlio -vvjll iliortly tlx n ilsiy fen tliy L unHfi-Sftltniul itttfiijrtlinjj to Hie t-'lutlfwn Roa- :orilttcin of tlio ituimircliy l-i us n nniltLLiL qcLLlud, Niiljiu-o nnd jtll Ifitj old mnii, nrv t.ti-fctl frttnlotji. tu oiiiukiclbil wltli fiucnrlty uni] con, OQUO lu the stiilillity IA cml; tlio B.i ilk u( lliu Kuiintillu ta nut glvlnrf urtUtClHt QiiutiHlons unit thu Kngllah Utlnks Jn naclintiEft! with fi'outlom they   first titid second-el (las couches wore thrown ovor on their sides down on the north sido embankment. The three sleeping cars also left the track and tlio trucks were swnng around, but tho cars wore not overturned. The track was torn up by the derailment and six coach lengths of it, had to be relaid. It required seven hours toclear the track, nftor which the was made up and again started fotnv. Paul, The cause of the uecideut has not been, ascertained. Engineer MuOovern sajB he was running at n speed of about twenty-Bye miles per hour at tho time, and he made a good stop. No passen- gers were injured, und many of those in tho sleeping oars wore not awakened. Mora Storms In SpitLix. MAD HID, Nov. gales and excessive rains are again prevalent throughout Spain, and aro once more causing an immense amount of damage. Teleffraphic communication Is inter- rupted on all sides, and further death and destruction from tiie floods are anticipated. On thu northern and west- ern coasts the storm is cape e tally severe. Sevevu.1 wrcuks are reported, but no details can be obtained at pres- ent TELEGRAPHIC BBEV1TIB3. eialer, had an fSe.OW Wqtln pcoTiiici) In tho norCbweal 4sy. The World's unlou la In ausjfon In Bos to a. Wolcott; unil Teller, of Colorado, have Jos or ted the silver stand- t on the Steward Caatt- Nov. Times, com- mcntinp; upon the Sayvrard case, says U is not apparent why the owners of the Wayward shculd IMS deprived of the remedy they claim because the United States has agreed to arbitration. The Times adds that when the, controversy conies before the arbitrators it ia clear Mr. lilalnc will havo a case "which it will not be an easy matter for him to establish. Fllehtlul Pit 98 at Hankow, China. SAM FRAtfStsco, Nov. Advices from China say that houses were destroyed by a bip fire in Hankow OD October 8, Thirteen thousand people aro made homeless, and it is thought that a number of lircs xvere lost in the conflagration- Another are at the same place only two days after the- first one destroyed 300 other dwellings. A Coinpromita Arranged, LOSDON, Nov. 13 A compromise has been arranged in the suit growing out tho probate of the will of. Mrs. Wood, the anntoi Mrs. Stewwt Par- TriBolitanB Getting Restive Tinder the Sultan's Iron Rule. Jotin Kelson, n ttifef, was sbotmnil dangerously woutiUo'l an oltcef la at. Louis. John Rice wna killed by ft prt- tnntureujplgslon In rorkln'a qunrry at 3t, Lauln, Sfrs. Mary Dtvlmj, of St. Leu is, nor nusbamJ, WlUltiui Dcviuti, B lioioostieer, Broom innaufuclurcrs U> pnt up the price ot nil iluds at brooms titty cents a ('Sfripos, tlia married1 tt tho oily hull, Ktw York, iiftct w tan lug ute brldo vrltli Thi> Btrtku on I lie Bui t thio In Bt, Donla wma eat lal no lor It? tuljustoO nlief Ihii man hail been out BUVOII bnurs, L John T. Hoard owuqrjjblp of nUlronda at tho FurftAra' Na, ttonnk ut Mo, Jobn Mm litilt mi, tlio nolbrloua liar, I lockoU up iu tvtth AtcullniE lila roo iu -Hi nt tna tnonoy. Ac EonBlslllo, n akL'lotou found In a bulldliiK, lliu ronitilnt ot a mail walled up by 8 pan birds J'JO Four tmEtimim WUTH killed ahd aoTcrnl Jjiluruddi a cglln Ion on thu ItUnota Cuatral rullrona nctir jMkson. Toun, Cloud, of hJa wlfo, MondKy, i-ctimrrtod Tlnivartuy, acitf h'aa been riut oft by EmllMmuil An explosion ot twenty t-ons ut powder at Malleus1 StutLon, Itiu.t did daumgo aot) mtidu tbe ptoplo ttilnic it an Tho In tor oat In tho aotuitortnl Uglit InOlilo atlll cojntkuiifia, Fornlrcr'a chances of uro said to bo dhuiulsblng. Tae St, Louis {frund jurf has Indicted und Saloon-kecpor ttliLfm'a uiurdur lu tho Hirst John Uooy Is now cliarged witli.haTlng wrontFlnhy obtained uhd used ol Bout Lorn Co.'s itor rosclddJug u coiitriict, York nnd Tlostoit en Jilt rillsta buva with tde OniLiba board of truxlu to Lik. Yost lu iHitit-sHfiir [netories In mid At Aroolu, Insane, lamy tf pJutjm 11 rurtlifjil rdtl nuiji'o servam It'iU hiu'iforrud wlien lu> hlu TLiiiiiLy. Ibo UJillinn jntitn, lifis been auUciinlv tlie delont t r ti tti I'ry d Its to tlio IV, A. I'crtloclc, who vTohn Andrmia hi tliu Luek oT llie huud und klllod Klin durno tWO WIH'lCS KIlK'l'. lltIS IKJCB illdlutOl) for lllUL'- dcr 111 the iLrst ut Li. Henry tuid 10- ffothur thtiji' wivt'dj nrrcslod in tLio murder at two old Eut'iiuiE's in J Ilunry u onu-urmcd Iliigiuun, was run ovur by u stwituh thu Missouri yiirrls ut. AIo.v und ino. atul one wereeutolT, llu will dlo. Ills eakl tlmt tho to tbo merit tlio nt will amount lo Agout L'almttr do Claras bis inimcenco uiiiil iluvs the blame on Clerk Sohotmtuit. In ollk-lal circles at ibu ap- otliitta ot ICngLlali to stir np jl l.foollhi; between die Uni tod Stnies and iidvrubie ijcrliutlon, tiiflt'Ulu mid of tlio ;u uro Uoldhix tbelr second an, luul convention [n UuUirnoru; Owen ran, ot Now Tfork, Tvitli .tvaii. oJ New York, us FurmurUnirctt, llTiiif; 11 ro nil ins south ot Lincoln, Is In jail at his own request, Ho killed, in aulI-Oufeiino, a book agent iO Ilhyes, wlio tried to umlto lilm pay lor a book hEii bongUt, Mrs. Muiy Lively, Insane nt Tex., cut her throat wltb a rathvv than to tbu SlIO do- :lnred fllie would utunmlt aiilulde, anrl otter arriving IIOULV cfirrled out- the throne. Trio duties liorutolorc purtornmd by tbe wrecked Uulttd States stoutuor Despatch, LI will tie al- tod to the L'nl toil States ate in nor iiiiely from thu China station. The I eon tested lieu ton tliyorce suit at Una eoiuo to un ond, Mrs. Etihlly lloatou, dlyorco hor husoiuid of two Daniel cm, aged 61, with I33U to start her out In lllo itltli. Mr. 0, II, a man of McdL- polls, tried to "make up11 a quarrel lie bad with ono oC his dorks, MLrs. J. W. Ulan, by hof. Sue told her hu3- I, who la now BLIIH.JE foi; asaault and buttury, Tho wouith and fnslilan of Oblcaso are with neglected Italian opera ut the Auditorium to uttoud tho opun oxhlbltion ot tUu combined Ainerloan Uoteo show, A merle un Fiit Stotn. 1'oultry and Dairy gliows. ting Scoretary ot War Grant eays ttiero baa been no correspondence between the department and tbe governor ot Ten Im rogui'd to aid by the ledordl autllorltLOs hi ease the trouble with tlie miners Jn Bee becomes serious, Tito tln.plnte Industry fn Sirnnuoit, IFalos, lina become ao depressed and the demand for steel has been ao auriougly lessened tlmt It is reported tiifii tlio masters in that plaoo liuvo deoliloii totloso whou tlio eontrncte have been executed. The oeiiaua olnce Iin4 fl bulletin giv- ing the population Ohio by minor civil dlvialona. Tire populntinn cl tho state in 1S1JO was usillist J.lBil.OijJ In 1880. Ot the couutEea la the state twan., tp, eight allow dccrausea, most ot them TOT? Blight. Throe life cnuvEeta made their escape Iroin the Wisconsin penitentiary et Waupim through a tunnel dug under tlie buildings aiid Into the gtroet, that must have tahon years to dta, as it nnssod through scvorn: stone. Tim monacoltobort N.Wost Jobn Stagg and Frank Ixiiaatk, C1IARGE1> 1VITII ABDUCTION. BovsneaBflOimie He Could Not Get Hia Wile's Hooey. BlNGlIAMTON, N, Y., Nov. Clras. A. liiirnca, of Mechanlcsville, has been arrested here charged with, abduc tion. An officer arrived from Mechanics- Tille Wednesday says Barnes has been married six times and hns three wives living. Two years ago he was .married to Miss Fenton, daugh ter of Eev. Mr. Fenton, of New York city. The couple moved to Rouni Lake, K, Y., and IJariies and his wife separated soon after a child was born to them, Mrs. Itarnes had some money left her by her father, which Barnes endeavored lo pet control of. F in thia, Barnes, on tbe evening of Octo ber 22 last, stole the child. He bat Focrcted the child In this city andoffl tiers are searching for iU A Va-sderbllt Invest man t. NEW STOBK, Nov. is rumenrw that tbe Vender bills Lave bought 810, worth of Manhattan Jelevate  McCcnrill, Chairman, Etc- mn aaiauDOb, baltsvor fn tbe [oetrlno ot homo, rule, and nave not appreciate the In the ot the mtb vboie aervloea you propoao to nemorate. For wkal heaocompllaUoaand ought lo accomplish tor bouin.rato, tie to honored bj all those who bavo and representative government, >ut and hod til sir so completely la patriotism and hia lovo lor bis countrymen irap ao ooaaplcuoua bnd tbat revarence and davetlon duo Co tho orv of m patriot tmiat alvuyi bo wltb hlanaino. Tiro Influence ot example auroly not to bo Lost upon tboae vbo tike up lila work to wuloh be ao Iliorouglrlj oonncoratcd nil Uld effarla aad aaplratSoDO, Vory truly VOUTSI, GBOVIB CLEVELAND, 'A Blfr Fire In London. LONDON, Noiv. fire occurred In a large timber yard ia the tenement district in the East End and spread to a number of dwellings. Over 100 fami- lies were rendered homeless, and a newly-born infant died from exposure after being removed to the street. In an Amlcibls Frams of Mind. YORK, ITov. taseball league maffnutes are still in session day. It is understood that nothing has decided, but that a spirit of will- ingness to meet the association hall way in measures of mutual benefit il evinced. Eacnped Con v iupur.-, Vi'is., Nov. three prisoners who escaped from the Elate prison have been recaptured by two men named Coylo and Schoplifl. The convicts made no resistance and were back at once. A Bend Dowasor. NOT. Lady Urosyenor, (Jo wager marchioness oi Westminster, youngest daughter of the duke of Sutherland, died to-day. Cloudy, River .News. itiir Itlvur G fuel 11 laches; f Rlvur 2 teat llucbos; rising, ClouJy und cool, LOUIS KtTor rising; t loot 7 Inches In tlio caual; 1 feet 3 liachoa ou tlio (alia; 6 faat 3 Luclica at foot of Clear htidoooL niTer i foot t rlrtng, Clear audplensaut; MARKET RBPOBT. TnUESDAY. Movombor 11 Grain and ST. Fancy to eitra fanov, M.-U-at.W. No. 3 red, Ko.s.rtd.esftassfto, Futures Gloaed: Olo nj December to a; _ Corn 1 mlzttd, No, a whlto, fl9 o. Futurca November, 410 Tear, y'Mt Jauunry, HSVio May, b. Oats No. 2, Bo, rrolrio, jfi.Mn8.90; mixed tlruo- fliy, (7. 00 a 5.00; clear 1 1 mot by. I3.ija9i2.oo. Jlc. Prime Etuum, Standard meaj, Baooa aborts, 1, 253 7, 300 cloar ribs, all packed, Choice tub.waalied, KBW YoRK-U'lonr-Mtniiesottt ns.ua; superfine, One. city mill citru, for West Intllea. Wlietl 2 i-etl winter, oasli, Il.oTVS; Noveav bor, December, tl.oatt; January, IJ.10; February, tl.12. No. 2 mixed, Kovembor, Dcceiubcr, January, tUfce: February, Blttc. OuW-No. i mliod, Tash, iWastWc; NoTemlicr, Da comber, January, 8Sc. New mess, flO.TH. Dectmljur, S.IIci Janua- ry, e.flla, Wester a vxtrits, Wei tern tpea Q3Qj year, MVi'S'lSlie; Hay. IHMMuiber, May, try, Bhort 6.75O Cloaliii; 1, December, Sife'awSo b; May, H.OMfeo b. time; December, ISebj year, b. Maj, Dccem- 19.50. ber, Short CraeiKBATi Flonr Provision qultt. Lire BlocK Hltrkat. a j itoersi tK.eH'if.Oe, (hjIoo shipping, btttoliws', H Wd 4.VB. je.70a3.94; butolrefs' nogB.K.Stas.M; Tor ten, ja.toa3.SO, Sbeop raogo at enrinff Iambi, 04., HOUSES. Heavy draft, eitra............tmwto M Hcsvy drntt, good............. 66 00 to 12001 to extra........ 130 00 to IM l> to Hit VI to ioo }W 10to 40000 Southern horses anU mrtrei.. 60 00 to loo 00 srtJLBS. hands, extra, itol yaars sum to 11009 194 (mulls, cztra, jema 130 M to 1M 00 14ft bun low to DODO to IGft banJi, ezlra, years......................... 110 Do to JtW EAfiHf tS.5Satl( eovf, nod teedera, all gradoi. logi-Ctho: i.N; choice llirSt. mixed, pigs, SJ.wa3.rKI. OnrciNHATr IIosa nnd pttcktag tt.Ti-ai.lii, Cotton. Quolitiom for middling imiaa as follows; 6t, Louln.T13.lBc; New (me; Or Jeans, Mempbli, GalveBteb, _ v. NEW TORE, Nov. loaned per cant. Ei change- 411 let; posted M4li; actual nttg, for ilxtydayv, and for dvmanid. Gevaramentt currency, M, 111 bid; opopon llHiolcl; It r mist (wed, SSVt bid. The dealings OIL atoclr macii Brail itr to-day Ibaa during tba two houra mornlntf. Vp to nooatbi aegrogated tanly ibaroi. of total mada op of trtxaaaettobs It 8t, Paul, Obleago gai, Korthtro Paclflo, AtoblBOO, Ucfonl'aeluoBBdOottotJOtL optnlng prices ehowoil only Insijalneanl ebbngea trvw tlioau of last but tarty trading developed firm toni, and adTancnd rt k) on tbe general I til ud 1 per cent, for Tciaeiseej coal Til market dull and coatlaned dorlDK tlio remalrnltr ol the morolaj. T (aacrat list fall nrom InaotlTlt but M noon akul itiiUtly blcb (baa ttroie ot }taA oven Ing, Oattan oil Ibe feature of tht> adTaooEnr tolMk, and Al UtU WrltlM tiff krttdull, THE SUNDAY-SCHOOL. Cbnit'i for fiUa DlKlplw Metnnry [Speclollr Amagwi train S. Quarto LESSON TOH KOVXXBER IBM. QotrjES ever llveUi to ma Msslon for CBSTRAL 00, etTti vpa of tbo prayer He is ever making laaven. BTonuis, Ttrr lata, A, D.pO, Immcttintely following lie tut Icoon, upper room m Jentsaleio. HBLPS OVER HABD "The tUWJ ine hour o( eraclnzlea, of BlJ rcdeetulag irork. "Gloritj TnJ manifest Bis glory by ualdnc Hit nu> a. siiccdss, by raising Htm from dtad md placing Hun at Toy right band la "Tny Son flortfy Ute atoaemettt and redemption ta Christ mantfeeMd OoM ova and vtladotn, irblob are Hia (1017. rjLj 'Eternal lite, begun but which forever. "Tuts If tlM, eternal, tbat they might know bv wrtence, by paruktugof Qod'a nature. Saetj 'TVhlcJi (See Heb. iv tbeootirinl of God'a nature and ML: 'All Mine ace Tbino God and Christ are .1, may be not uniformity! Dot oneness ef organlzatloa, but tie and love; tbe unity of a Ttoe, with one We, one root, bnt tnaoy braucbea; tae unttyot rt TTitb many iilaos hare the aame spiritual life, thW same leader, the aataq lavr, tae same purpoav mutual love. 13. "That tbe Scripture Ps, (Jobn Be did not! 'al! bocausa it was in the Borlpture; bat! rat Then he fell it was seen thifhe had vol- uotarily fulfllled thepredtctlon. 14. "Thej lot of tbe but are under a different :ar, UvinRadlfterent life, IS. "Ipriy not that! Thou jhouiaest tahe ihcaout of tbe Uc irovld not bava wttb Him yet, not, would He have them escape from the acting tempting notldj (I) TneyirerB to Hit- represent atlvcioit earth: they veto worid'eBlbla" (3) They van needed in tlie. world to do Christ's mork, to carry oa Hi> kingdom to success. (3) They needed to mala in tho world for their own discipline aad of character, "Keep them from theL evilt" tbe evil Is not chiefly eortow nor re- proach nor poverty nor misfortune nor 2utloa nordeitlb, but sin, and the wretched-1 less U cauica to pervade all these t nines. LES3OS COMMTSST. Nc.rt to the prayer of Solomon at the dedication of the temple, this is the longest prajer tn the Bible. It brought that tender interview in the upper' chamber to a close. After the offerinj? of the prayer, the Master went forth with Ilia disciples to the Garden of Getliscraanc. This prayer (except verses SO, 31) applies first to the apostles, and in a secondary manner to all licvei-s. In this prayer there are petitions offered by Jcsns, which may- well claim our special attention. (1) Jesus prx.TS that His disciples ay ho kept. "Holy Father, keep those whom Thou hast given Me" (verso Jesus Itnew full well the dangers, temp- tations and persecutions to which they, were to be exposed. Hi; longed fotj their spiritual safety, and hence prayer (or their Continued preservation, (3) Jesus prays that they may bo sane tit ed. "Sanctify them through Thy truth; Thy word U truth" To sanctify means to make holy. Tlio Master knew well that His apos- tles were only frail disciples as who needed much grace, in order to -fol-' their duties as apostles. There still a great deal of carthliness about them, us was made manifest thatveiy' night in the Garden of c they all forsook Him and fled (S) Jesus prays that they may be- uni- fied, "That they may be one, as Wo arc" (verse There was danger that' when He left them they wonid split np into antagonistic parties. Ectnember that tbat very evening at the table of, the Lord's Supper they had shown my spirit of emulation and which He Himself had hardly been 'to suppress. Imagine, then, what they' 'would do, were the same spirit) to ani- 'mato them after He had left They would simply break in pieces, in their vehement advocacy of their indl-r Tldual claims. Ia this way all toft; work ttiat Jesus canto down Heaven to do, and for which He gavai Db life, would be frustrated. Now can see in a measure how wisely prayed for Ilia disciples, and bow Im- portant for them and for the world Itu waf that they should ba HKO ITNtFtKD. I-i verse 20, the prayer of the Master ulens out and takes in all the world., "N either pray I for these alone, bat lor the' a ulso ivlrtiih shall, believe on thro their Among this cam- we. Each believer in this day because of "word" or mony et these apostles. And so each, believer may be comforted by the fact, that evea when Jesus prayed for him. (1) need to be kept, nlany A per- son starts well, and gives good promise> of usefulness, yet, this promise Is never fulnllcc. Not ho- that starts, bat- that ecaures to the end, is the one who Is to be saved. But U we put in the hands of Jesus, and rest there. He, will us eafe; for He is able to keep! that which we commit to His charge agatna: that dap. (2) We need'to be sanctified- or mado- holy. How much we all meed this wPi, be apparent as soon aa we compare oat? selvea with God's law an4 His holy standard of- living. "Thoa, shalt thy iifiighbor as Christ Let anyone measure himseU by and he will not lony boast of his excellence ot character. (3) We need to be unified. Thectrarch, has been mneh Mndewd, and much, shame has rwen bronght upon the of Christ by the dissensions ot church members. "A qnairelin; what a hideous yet, alas, frequent eight! A quarreling schooU A li ever there is joy In hell mndtor- row ID Heaven, it muat come from aspcciaete asthii Eev, A. P. flert D. D. euooesnoss. t. T-iose things which Jesus for In oar behalf are tbe ones we should' most earnestly seek. 3. We are. Christ's representatives Ott. earth, and should carry on Hta work tn' His way. 8. The true Christian's place la tn world, but kept from itt eviL f Being sanctified by the troth, tn. study much the Word by sanctified. B, Those who work wttb fer with Him and HlnwUl ot WSPAPERl   

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