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PROF. DA RHYS
'J 1 moHt i)wtu1 AiitiMptlo
WILL I'RKVKNT Till'- CHOLKKA.
Tin most powerful An
tlHl'itli: mi at which
clniiiistry h prnrinceu.
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na'ly or . xtcrinlly r U-rl.-rn
all I' c tin: In run
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It In a fuel tlh.lnliid
by arciic. 'hit n.a:iv
dlsean' re liilro 'm 'il
liy p-itrltka'I'iii. which
reprod'lci Itself and
propoxate H' disease
in ever widening elide.
Those d ea't ccner
to rnntairlon and fill the
air with rteaih. Such Ik
thtt dre I Terror,
Asiatic f'holi ra.
which l in l"'vtt
Iuk lliu In"1 tod
vswiiii! ou ll ir sioon
of dih f" dv to r '1h
our sh'oos. U'.her li
(una of lh miiic sort
are OU h:li,-is. Typli
old rVr, Hr iriel Fever.
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elm, etc. A'l 'bete icu
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t;iviiii! It torn- a n il
healtny vior Itia'l'iia
tint tt curi x indlgeatioD
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Wh''ti ud a a I.o'l n
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dumpnep. tiiili- ililiv
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bo cip'd onlv liy "top
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lt'U denn null d-
Inning tbi- alredv
prjdured. Ilith then
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llarbv's pr-Turnt'oii of
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wh rh th's frc-it irni dlrii:r is appluable.
Ak your Priiirv'tsl for prrited irutitr ilu cr.pme
of It uefiilL""a, or addi-
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in cither w't. liivolnntnry l.-o ami Normal.
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abiiwor iner-nelilli-'ence. lM'i l"X roi.tium
ontnim:h'a tn-Htiiii-nt. !.'' a Ix'X.or nx tx'ies
(urfH.at:t by n.ml pre, ikIdu rw eipl of price.
ti: a.l .VKAXTKr. MY IIOXi.S
To run' any ran". With .ach nr.l"r r.-civiil by til
fur an bon. m-coripameil with ''"
.nltheimr'!.a ri.iir written iiiiiwiit to re.
fuiiiltii nioiiiy if thu tr-.-umehtUoeouuU-nci.-r
CUrU. (iUHMllU-e ihsi:iliiiU hy
JIAKKY W. SCIIUII,
Uruiritii". Cor. Commt-rclal ave. Hid a;.. Cairo.
T Ul I rrSIPS At. CAH IH
riE0ltl!E II. LEACH, M.P.
PHYSICIAN fe SURGKOX.
s.,..M! aitentinn nald to the II Him liatlilc treat-
mem of siiri:ical diienses, aud tiisea'is of women
and rhl dren.
oKHCKtin llth street, opprsite the I'ot
office. Cairo, 111
U. J. E. STKONO,
12 Coiniiicrcial Ave, Cairo, 111.
VAI'OU. ELE'JTUO-VAPOH and M ED'CATKU
A lady in attendance.
jH. W. C. JOCFLYN,
0KF1CK Klghth Streol, iiCr fumi err-a' Afeniid
R. E W. WHITLOCK,
Oinoi-No. 13f Coniwcrctal
Kuhfj and NDitti Stroeu
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD'MY
t HETKU. -M year opens Heplcmlier J'Jlh.
IlulldlnB new. Nuperlor ipoliiliiicnis Civil l'-n-Olneerlnu.
Cheinloil, Collc'latc, Kmtl sh Course.
( Irr.nlarsof H. W. Itarclay, Ksn., W. '. Ilsllljlay,
Esq ,orof fol. TIIM).
13 1 j AO KS A t LTI I
hoo on HaHliUr Aveniin, belwixui I'oiirth iid
Hlxlh Blreels, Cslro, lllllinl
IVAII klndtol Hchl ami hevy hlsckamlllllng,
wagon aud carriage work done In l lis nui. work
manlike maimer. Il'irso shoeing a specialty nd
Ufaotlon gnarauUed ,
THE WEEK'S CLOSING,
The Last Chapter of the Recent New
York Murder and Suicide. '
Another Shoe Tirm Failure The Striken
IStill Confident Fatal Accident
Nkw York. Ancuat 4. At tlm Shep
h'Ai'd- Vuiillniri! inui'Nt yeaUTtlay th Kev,
Dr. Sbcpli ird, futlier "f young hlieplianl,
ii'k' d CoruiM-r Martin to a low him to niaku
a vliort atiileineiil U the Jury. Jit; loolc.two
leltern fi um hit pocket, aii'l, atandinij by
the i.uioiiei N desk, aniil; "lleru aru li:t
tela to wliicli 1 iviati to cull aptielil atten
tion. One waa wrttiuo hy my noti to bin
aunt a few dayi before III death, and re
hiieitoa lilt'p coininiaNion wbieb tie bad
hceii iliieeteil to undertake for ber. 'I'ba
aecunil letter in the one wbleb refer to hit
hecrct UMi riaK'-, wlileh ban Jnat been nub
muted to you by tbe coiDiier. You will
note that Hie hand writing In these two lot
lera i of a totally different tharaeler. I do
nut believe my oti wroif I be aocond letter,
aiiu Iiik In "the ri, Kixterft and other relatives,
lifter a careful e.xaminatroii of the second
letti r, are of the aun! opinion. You will
aU" notice I hat the see.ood letter ia signed
Horace Slicpbard. M aon'a natne wail
Horace Ii. Sliepbard and in all the twenty-
si'Vcii e.r or ins lire I nave never
knouiihlin to omit lh second initial
lnsipniii'.' tn name. I believe the second
letter referring to the secret marriage wai
not written t my son. but oy tbe woman,
mill if not by Iit, by some other person.
My son, up to three years 0 this month,
a.wai liM'il itQ me. lie wax a uutnui,
olieilK nt oii; neither his oiotber nor I ever
knew him to be nuilty of swt arltig, drink
in'. siiioklnj; or untriithfiilness; he was by
initiire a-, delicate as a girl; of a timid, re-
lliiiiir di-iiosilloii. In fact be was deficient
in physical cjurage. I never knew bim to
irive way to any waywaraness, ana never
h is he caused his mother or myself a mo-
til ii,', sorrow until uow. I state
in.- in Iualice to tbe dead.
He went on: "This worn
an was accustomed to prey upon persons of
s'aiidiuc. education and refinement ; among
her victims she numbered lawyers, editor
pfn-icians and otbMrs. It wa upon men of
L-nuil rcuiite that she was accustomed to
fn-ten herself, to I heir eventual downfall
mid ruin." While tbe Orrymen wa
p'-ukiii no one in the room disturbed bliu
hv the li-ht-st sound. His emotion stop
ed him M Vi-ral timea. Tear came to bis
"s an i.1 his hand shook. When be was
lor.e (.(.roner M.rUu said to tho jury: "I
look particular note of the pojuono' the
bodies, and frnm the fa:t that Sbephard'a
hand lav almost over the revolver, and from
other circutrnt.iucea. there ia no ground for
doubt that Horace K. Sbephard shot bit
compnuion and then himself. While en
tcit litiini; tbe moet positive conviction
aa to ibis fact I bav the utmost re
kpect for the motives that bave inspired the
bereaved father in speakine the words you
have lust Htened to in defense of his dead
enild. The jury, after fifteen minutes' ab
sence, returned this verdict:
Wefini that Horace IJ. Shcibard and
Anne Catherine IShcphard came to their
deaths I'v instol shot wounds in thu
head inflicted bv the Mid Horace H.
The Kev, .Mr. shephard ald after the
iiKiuest 111 at his impression watt that his son
had at IcnctQ learned the true character of
the womau, and that he bad perhaps
threatened to expose some of ber actions;
then be think' she wrote .and signed the
letter found In the room, ami afterwards
shot his son and killed herself.
auolbrr titf t'nllare.
Dov Kit, N. H., August 4. Chas. W.
Llemenla' shoe factory waa attached this
morning bv the Deputy Sheriff on five
writs in favor of Hoton banks for $11,000.
Clements had for a special partuer Fayette
!baw, and bad lactone lu Dover, lirock-
!on. Randolph, Kockland, Haverhill and
I. vnn. It is geucrally believed that this
would not havu occurred but for Shaw 'a
ailure. Thu Clement factory is the largeal
ji the city ami contributed greatly to iU
Hoston, August 4. I he Journal con-
firms the failure of Clements A Son. The
liabilities amount to half a million. They
fiuuloved 1,000 hands in the various fac
Sr. I.nris, August 4. The reported
lesign.ition of (icn. Eckert, head tnattagei
of the Western Union, though fully be
lieved by the Telegrapher Brotherhood,
I denied by the company's representative
liere. One of tho Brotherhood say of
Eckert: "HI arrogant and arbitrary
course has precipitated two strikes during
his fifteen years' management of the West-
mi Union. He lias done all ho could to
i ppress the operators and bis obstinately
lefused nil arbitration. Jay Gould'
Interests would dictate his
removal and 1 believe hi
heinl his fallen under the ax. When the
lallromls ou the great Sutbwct system
leave tbe ticker then would will be lilt on a
lender spot. A bill of grievance will be
presented by them before they iilt, which,
it not icmeiiieu, win certainly lead to a
Another striker said: "ltwaslo bo ex
pected that Brown and Baker would deny
lhat Eckert bad been bounced, but they
snow miming or inn summon, w tiiio we
have rename- inrormiiiion mat assure us
Ecki rt 's oilicial head Is off. Wn tire sure
thai such la the case and expect conllrma-
lory ail vice during the day."
I'eamlbllHr of an t'.aeliHnst Telegraph.
Nkw VoitY, August 4. Thu Special
Committer of Iho Product) Exchange, ap.
pointed toconsMer the feasibility of e
tabllshiiig mi exchange system of telegraph
wires, met yesterday morning. The whole
niiit'er wn goiiu over In a general way and
urgiiiiii'Ms pro ami con were eousldered,
nut milium! (ii'iinite was none except to
organize mid to lake step to procure rati-
mate of the cost of I tie proposed system,
One of tho chief argument against the
scheme Is thai it cannot be established
directly hy the Exchange- Itself, 'ut only
through the medium of a slock company,
the stock of which In to be held by the
iiieuiuers of the Exchange. Kill there
could lie no cuarantoc that the member
would not dlspnae of their stock to outside
pal tie, and that In this way the control of
Inn syuin would not pa lulo tho haudi
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, SUNDAY
of the W"sti rn Union. Tola would, it la
uiged, destroy the chief end sought,
namely: A line of telegraph wire ownad
by the Kxchanxn and independent of any
outside conci rn.
At Mew York.
NkwYork, Auguat 4, There are no
new developtnenU in the telegraph war to
day. Both aide are still firm.
A HILL Or (iltlKVANCKH.
Nkw Yohk, August 4. At a meeting of
the trikln!f telegrapher this afternoon
Chairman Mitchell stated that a bill of
grievance bad been presented to ofllnera of
tho Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
railroad by telegrapher employed by road I
leading out of Chicago. Mitchell said be
thought that the telegrapher In the employ
of the Chicago and Alton railroad would
strike this afternoon.
ilgar tlakrr'i Nlrlke.
Nkw Yohk, August 4. The trouble be-
tiveen the cigar manufacturer and employe
aeein likely to break out afrob to-day.
Tbe 1'roteetiTe Union men employed In Ot-
tenburg'u hop bave quit work because an
employer eugaed ten men belonging to tbe
International Lulon, This action of tbe
Oltenburg men wan not countenanced by
the employe of the oth. r niaimfacturcrs,
a under the late agreement the litter were
to employ men from either union.
Cincinnati. August 4. One of tho strik
ing operator returned to his desk in tbe
Western I.'nion office to-dav.
f AKIIT'N ANNANI.
Said to be a Citisen of the Wicked Village
by the Lake.
Washington, August 4. The Republi
can publishe an interview with an Irii.h-
lnnn named Corneliii!, O'Donnell, who
claims to be the brother of O'Donnell who
shot the Dublin informer, Carey, at Port
Elizabeth, South Africa. To the Inter
viewer O'Donnell said: "My brother left
Chicago, where I live, ahout eiuht month
ago, and said he was going to Ireland to
help the suffering people there. 1 implored
him not to do so, knowing what the result
tniirlit be. He did not heed my adrice,
however, and left on the steamer Ala?ka in
November, arriving in Dublin about two
weeks after. I received a cablegram about
two months ago from bim, announcing that
he was going to leave for Smuth Africa with
his wife to settle there. That I the last I
heard from him until I read tbe dispatch
announcing tbe khootiug. My brother was
always wild and an unmanageable sort of a
fellow, and has been around the world
several times. He married in Chicago a
lady named Hums, by whom he had two
children, who are now in Chicago. I am
going South, and may possibly go to Port
Elizabeth, but I do not think I shall."
The Nf. l.ouU Fair.
St. Locim, August 4. Fair week of
Hs'i, beginning October 1, will be memor
able as a veritable carnivul. The great
success that baa attended tbe pageant of
the Veiled Prophet and his retinue, bring
ing, aa it ha on every occasion, fully 200,
000 etranger to the city, has encouraged an
extension of the nocturnal open-air attrac
tions, and something has been arranged to
attract and entertain the multitude during
the entire six days. Tbe following is th
condned program of ulghl displays dur
ing the week :
Mondav night Ilmmir ation of the street,
Tuesday Veiled Prophets' pageant and
Wednesday Public aad general display
Thui sday Trade pageant, military pa
rade and military ball.
Friday (irand musical festival and dis
play of tableanx and Veiled Prophets.
Saturday Street illumination and close of
MoBit.K, Ala., August 4. The revenue
cutter Forward, while on a cruise outside
the Sand Island, off Mobile Hay, yesterday,
spoke the Norwegian bark Vascode (iama,
from vera Cruz, with yellow
ever on board. The sick are reported
to be convalescing and needing no assist
ance. The bark was prohibited from com
ing nearcj than ten miles to the Mobijc bar,
and tbe pilot waa not allowed to go on
board. She wan ordered to Ship island,
and set sail altti a fair wind.
Murder mid Mob.
Chicago, August 4. The Dally News'
Pine Bluff (Ark.) tpcclal says that a man
named Barker, living oo Hurricane Creek,
in tbe center of the State, killed hi daugh
ter upon the announcement of her iutentlon
to marry a certain young man against his
wishes. The neighbor bung liatker In hi
own front door.
TrtOY, N. Y., August 4. Theophllas
Abare, living near Peru, Clinton county,
was found dying In bed on Thursday
morning with three knife wounds in his
neck. His wife fled. It is believed she Is
insane from Jealousy. The coroner's Jury
found that hi wife probably committed
Niilclrto on a Train.
Pn T8itt KO. August 4. (i. W. Kearn.
en route frnm Kansa Cltv to hi home iu
Venango count , Pennsylvania, committed
suicide on the day express nf the Pan Han
dle railroad, this morning, near the city.
by shooting himself. U i supposed that
he wa mentally Insane.
Nkw Yohk, August 4. Loan, decrease.
llw, 400; specie, Incrcaso, fcVVtOO; legal
tenders, decrea-e, JI'J'J.oOO; deposits, In
crease, M17.IKM1; circulation. Increase,
k!iJ . :W0 : reserve, decrease. 0-T,:t."i. Tim
bank now hold $!.24H,:W) In excess of their
A 0,000 l ire.
Vintknnks, Intl., August 4. -Ail In
cendiary Hro yesterday destroyed tho tave
work and staves of C. K. Monroe t'o.
and the lumber beloriL'Ing to Kabba &
Haywnrd and Messenger Co, of Chicago.
The. total loss I estimated tit yM,tM. ll
wa partly Insured.
Killed by an Oltteer.
Fort Waynk, liul., August 4. -William
M iniilx, a deputy sheriff, shot mid In
stantly killed Emanuel Fox this afternoon.
Fox had been confined In Jail and escaped
Ihl morning. Upon being rearrested he at
escape, when tho ofllcer shot
Humored Bauk Failure.
Boston, August 4. -The cashier of the
Si. Stephen' New Brunswick Bank, which
ha been mentioned In connection with tho
recent heavy failure, telegraph that tbe
bank la not Impaired. Jt pnec abuu
Uunt mcaua for Ul lu llablliliea.
MORNING, AUGUST 5. 1883.
FOREIGN AFFAIRS. I
The Monarchic Plot In France-Anti-Jewish
R ot Cholera Cablegram!.
London, August 4. Tbe Paris corres
pondent of the London paper do not con
sider the plot to restore the monarchy of a
serious character. Two coachmen who
were arrested had paper In their posses
ion which indicated the existence of a se
cret lgitimlht committee of uction. The
Standard says this committee, consists of
servant and small tradesmen. The Paris
Tempi treats the mutter as wltBout Import
ance. HUNCO-CHINKBK DIKfHTI.TY.
London, August 4. A dispatch from
Paris say Challemcl Lecour, Minister of
Forciifii Affairs, ha had so Interview with
Mariui Tseng, the Chinese ambassador,
and It I reported that the former demand
ed the withdrawal of the Chinese troops
from the I'oniiuln frontier.
A I'AINTKR UKAD.
Pains, August. Pierre AuguUe Cot,
tbe French painter, Isjdead.
London, August 4. The Australian
ageiiis-teneral In London have presented a
long statement to Lord Derby, minister ol
the colonies, relative to the reasoni
of the Australian for desiring the
tisu of, or the establishment of a
oralc over the Western
island and a portion
Guinea. They point out an
I'acitK of Ne
existing there, and tbe danger of an cstab
llshtiient of a French penal
settlement. The agents-general give direct
assurance that the colonies will recog
nize the necessity cf contributing to
the cost of the policy they ack Eng
land to pursue, and are willing
place themelve in a pohi
to act centrally in the matter
in concert with England,
although they cannot hastily enlarge on
th question of federation. The News In
its editorial review favorably the paper
presented by the agents-general to Lord
aCSTRALU'S I'll Al.l.KNGK.
Mki.routnk, August 4. Laycock, th
Australian sculler, has Issued achallen e to
Han Ian to row a race for tbe cbanipishship
of tht world on the Paramatta (New South
Wales) course. The slakes are 2,000 a
London, August 4. The Times pub
lishes a letter which stiles that thi) Irish
Nailoual league has decide to call a aeries
of conventions in all the counties of Ireland
with a view of choosing a Central Executive
Arrangement are being made to resume
the propaganda for the securing of an Irish
Parli ment of a peasant proprietary, and
the adoption of other measure desired by
tbe Irish. They alo intend to hold, in tbe
autumn of ISM, a general convention of
the Irish societies throughout tbe world.
London, Auuust 4. There I great ex
cite men l iu 11 unwary over tbe result of tbe
trial of the Jew accused of murdering
Esther Solymosi. At Presburg a mob of
anti-Semitic gathered anil became so hos
ttl in their demonstrations against tbe Jew
that the authorities were compelled to order
out the military to disperse them.
Homk, Augut 4. The negotiation be
tween the Vatican anil France in regard to
religion affairs have, through the leLter of
President (irevy, re-tilted iu accord on the
principal questions at isue. Instructions
in accordance with the arrancenients
mule have been sent to the Pjpul Nuncio at
I.iVKltrooi,, AntriM 4. The new Red
Star line steamer Westrrlimd was launched
successfully here to-rlav. She is the largest
vessel ever built on the Mersey. She is made
of steel and Is of (i.OdO tons burden. She I
4;0 feet long, forty-seven feet wide and can
accommodate l.IViO passengers.
A i kx andhia. August 4. Five death
from cholera occurred here yesterday,
Sahatoua, August 4.-First race, flvo
furlutigs-Tolu, 103 lb., first; Tattoo, 100
lb.., second; Economy, Oj'lbs., third.
Time 1 :03 V.
Second race, handicap, one nnd a half
tulles-Ella Wartield, lOfl lbs., first; (Jen.
Monroe, 114 lbs., second; Brunswick, 100
lb., third. Time !!::.
Third race, nine furlong Baccarat, 102
lbs., first; SallieM'Coy, 100 lbs., second;
Nor M., 100 lb., third. Time 2:02.
Fourth race, steeplechase, one and a half
lniles-Dlsturbaneo, 104 lbs., first; Post
(iuard, 170 lb., second; Klcnzl, l.'U lbs.,
The. I'rowldenttnl Party.
Omaha. August 4. Tho President's spe
cial rain arrived here early this morning,
after a quick run from Chicago, no slops
having been made except to take In coal and
water. The party were met at thu depot by
representatives of the city government and
a large delegation of citizen. The arrival
of the train wiu greeted with a salute. Sen
ator Vest and hi son Joined the party in
Chicago and will go through to the Yellow
stone). The Missouri Senator travels In Mr.
Hiigbett's ear, along with Gen. Sheridan,
Surgeon Forward and other military celeb
rities. A II. 1.000 lire.
Boston, August 4. A fire in a block of
three dwelling houses on Laurel street, in
the Hoxbury district, thh morning, badly
damaged the house nnd destroyed most of
tho tenant's property. Loss ti:,000.(
A Fatal Accident.
Staunton, III., August 4. Mr. W.
Macants, aged IS, was Instantly killed this
afternoon by a barrel of apples fulling upon
his bead. Ho was the solo support of hi
Rai.timokk August 4. -Mrs. Mary K.
Hughe, of SI, Louis, aged tblrty-oue,
commuted suicide (hit morning. Separa
tion from her husband and domestic trou
ble, It Is said, led to tbe act.
The New omlrollr.
Nkw YiuiK, August 4.-S. H. (Irant,
the new comptroller.gave bonds lu tbe sum
of $200,000 to-day aud entered upon his
A Netted Tnrfsuaa Dead.
1 ROVitiRNCR, August . Milton H.
Sanford, the noted turfouu of Maw York,
died l Newport Iwl vealg ,i
Prof. Tobln Boarl.
Louisviu.B, Ky., August 4. Prof. T.
W. Tobln, well-known throughout the
West as a scientist of considerable t:id
ing, and w hose lecture on explosions la
Hour mill attracted wide Interest, died
lie re this morning of consumption. He
came here from MassachusetUteveral years
ago, and was at the head of tho Pulytechnlo
Inslltiitioii of this cllv.
A HORRIBLE CRIME UNEARTHED
A Skeleton Found in a Well-Death-Bed
Confession of One of the Murderers.
Wiikki.ino, W. Va., August 4. The
little t'jwn of JLitamoras, Ohio, HA miles
below this city, has Just experienced i
singular aud unparalleled sensation. In
lsii4 a New York syndicate sent a maa,
whose name at. tbi date cannot
ho- recalled, to Matamoras to
prospect for oil land. He came with a fine
team and bad about i0, 000 In greenbacks.
He went from Matamoras to Arcber'i
Folk, a short distance above, and stopped
with a man named Ward, whom he took
into his employ. He and Ward prospected
about the country for some time when sud
denly he disappeared. Ills learn remained
at Ward' Inn thai Individual said he had
absconded with his employers' funds and
bad Iff: him the team in payment for his
services. This story was scouted, but
there was no evidence of other facts and It,
therefore, had to be accepted. Soon after
ward Ward' circumstances underwent a
great change. He was a poor man and
owned a small and sterile farm which be
disposed off, moved to Matamoras, where
he purchased a hotel property, and branched
out ami inglv. About three years ago
Ward, while walking Into the yard from
the house, threw his hand and up ex
"Oil. my hod!" dropped pead.
With his ii nth all talk of the disappear
ance of tbe New Yorker ended until it waa
brought buck in a thrilling way recently.
James West, a good-for-naught about
Matamoras. who had suddenly come into
poSM'ssiou of money a long time ago, was
taken down with an illness which proved
ty be ratal. Finding his
end approaching, he said:
"I have a terrible disclosure to make;
send for a minister. " Tbe minister came
and West found out tb long hidden mys
tery concerning the stranger. Ward had
come to West and told him of tho prospec
tor's money and how easily they might ob
lain it. The two men decided to murder
bim, aud took Into their confidence a man,
Kirkbride, a butcher in Matamoras. The
three waylaid the stranger one dark night
ut Archer's Forks, and while Ward and
West bebl him, Kirkbride cut his throat
with a butcher knife. They then robbed
him of his Jewelry and about $30,000 in
money. On one finger was a gold ring
which titled so tightly they could not re
move It, and they therefore decided to allow
it to remain. They buried the body un
der a manure pile for a few days, and then
dragged it up and
TllltltVV it in a wit IX
mi Ward's place and then tilled up the well.
Ward gave out that the well had cavid in,
in order to cover the crime. The three
divided tbe money equally nnd kept Uelr
mouths shut. West saUi iu conclusion tbey
might 11 nil tbe skeleton in Uie well, and
could identify it by the gold rng
Shortly after making this confession West
died. The disclosure created tho m4t In
tense consternation and excitement in Miita
nioras, though no prompt measures were
taken lo Institute the search sugrested.
Kirkbride was there and denied and ridi
culed the story, but after some little Unto
bad passed tbe filled-up well was locked
for, found and searchod, and tho excava
tion brought lo light a skeleton with a gold
ring clinging to the bony finger. Atthii the
town went wild, and Kirkbride was placed
under arrest to answer the charge.
AUGUST 4, 1883.
CATTLE Dull, WaS'n; lower; exports
..') MOf'iti SO; Bond to choice Rhtppcrs & 40
fa'" 70; common to fair H AOW5 30.
HOGS Fairly active and firm; 5Tt)10c
liigner; light 75W6 23; mixed naeking
Y K'fi''') ;)'; heavy packing and shipping
CA TTLE Export stoers j'Hro6i&i good
to heavy do K "AudA 8j; light to fair $4 8.W
5 10; common to medium 4 4oVo4 Si; fair
lo good Colorado J4frtA X); southwest S3 75
'a-lS'i; grass Texan $3 25175; light to
good stockers VI A0rfti 7A; fair to gMd load
era NV4 20; common to cbouu Mllve
3ows and heifers t 7.W12A; seallmtraga of
any kind $2 frKd'i 75; canrraoo cows and
SHEEP Continues steady for all grades
above common, and price firm at a
range from 2 7.Va3 70 for common
to iiiudiutn; fair to good, $3 7!W4 10;
prime $4 2.Va4 60; spring lamb $4 75f
HOGS Light to good Yorkers $5 1)0(36;
mixed lacking $! OOftfA 2A; butchers to
extra $. 2.W SO: skips and cull $4 7AO
4 IH). Market unlet but strong and prices
WIIKAT-Loivur; closing at tl00
August; 102s; September; flQ4ri'
October; $1 04 V November; $1 01 year.
COllN Higher; AOS Aiurust; 60
September; 40S October; 47S November;
4.i s, vear: 4AV May.
OATS - Lower; 27 August; 26V027
September; 27 S October; 2bl year.
WIIEAT-l.ower; closing t $1 04 V
August; fl 00.V September: $1 0i)
October; fill' November; $1 04 V year.
COlIX--Lover; Hi a. August; 40V
u. Se itcniber; 4HV October: 41 year.
OATS - Higher; 24 ' August; 2A Sep
tember; 20 October; 24 V year.
WIIKAT-AugiM .HI UVffll 14V; Sep
(ember l lrttsi; October $1 1SVW118V;
November I 20VWI 21.
Co UN-October bT vratilV; November.
ltl'TTEK Creamery sells at l!Va)20
for choice lo fancy, to 21 for selections;
overb' iiied or poor at dairy rates; dairv
al l.iKi-17 tor choice to fancy; fair to good
1 Oro-1 "J : common Hfriio. Country packed
Mow, ellolee ul llfodO. common ,V()7.
EGGS Demand in excess nf receipts;
t ) riti at lie for good marks of current re
ceipts and 12c candled. '
Pol'LTltV-Old chickens were
steady and fairly active. Hales
ranged: Spring chickens Small JlrifT 50;
fair to good ll 7.V22; choice to fanny Inrita
$2 'JAW AO. Sprlnif duck 2 2A2 7A. Old
chicken -Cocks, iKJM.'JSA mixed J WO
a 00; hen W7Arrf4.
Spot wheat quiet but steady. I'll oi
western corn better tone. Demand irona
United Kingdom aad Continent not
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