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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN.
(U1KU. ILLINOIS WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 22, 1883.
LLhVOIS CENTRAL K. R.
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Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Ckfeigo.
The Onlv Lino Kurmirm .
9 DAILY TRAINS
J From Cairo,
Making Direct Connection
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Arm tig in hi. Louis ; :'j: p. n., aud eonnecr.n
for sll poiuti1 w',-'.
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noon tra'u fmcu i. aim arriv, ;n i.' w 1 o .vionaay
nrniugatl':.1. Thirty .i Uuraiii alvai.ceof
11 utt er route.
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apply at l.tJ tjOir Unwa; usur"" I'ei'i's,' .
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M Liver arrive Wed
t, ..l.urtl Well
I' 0. iron. del. np u from 7 :ai am to T: 11) pin
P.O. box del. 0, cn from... ...... a m 10 up "'
hundava sec . del. open from.. . a. in. to oa. in.
Sunda'v box del. opin from ...6a. 111 to ln:;iiarr
ttf-NOTK C'tianne) will he piriliahed froin
time to lime In city paper Char-je vnur ;.-jrdj a
cordiUKly. W.M.M.ML-lil'IIV,!'. M.
IJIUKUTY NATIONAL HA1NK.
OI' (.'ilro, lllinoiH.
71 OHIO LHVHU.
A General Rauk'niir liusiiieHM
TKOH. NV. IA.IiI.ll)A V
J-JNTKUriUSB SAVING HANK. "
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BASK.
THOS. V. IIAl-lilDAV,
K 3 5 JEG g
(MI OLER A!
The most powerful Antieitlo
WILL PREVENT THE CHOLERA.
The mnit powerful An
ti'uptic autut which
ch,uiuiatry haa produced,
Its 'ii! cltbiT Iniur
nally or rxturnally rin
d,TH all It crime In con
tact wild, pure, awnut
and cli an, l ho produc
tion of (iiB'iHUf.yi'nm
reanHH and tbo pad' nt
When lined nn I'Iritr,
fcslda, Burna, Kriiptions
and Korea It atopa all
I'ain, awi'cluna tin: part'
and iromoti'i thn rapid
formation of h e a 1 1 h y
It In a fact ent'ihllaliud
by Sclntic.u t hat many
dima'ts are Introdinfd
by putrl ileal Ion, w hich
reproduce) lielf and
iirupoiiatv thu dlm'ai'o
In ever w)dtnii) circlea.
Thou d'aeaea finer-
(iti; cuntat'lon and fill the
hlr with ili alh. Huch !
that dread Terror,
which l now devastat
ion the Eaat and ad
vnucln on lm roiKmou
il ilnatb rapidly towarila
our nhcir, . Other dm
cam:K of the Hume iort
ari.- I)iphlheia, Typh
oid Fever, Scariei Kever,
MniiiM'oi. M e a a I u a,
Villow Kever, Erylp
eliia. etc. A'l th(-e t'eli
irnlir contagion. Oilier
clii", aiuc K e ve r and
AKtic, Ma arial Fever,
Ita exposure in a sick
room. Cedar, Clout or
htable puriflea the At
murpheru and ilrlve)
away the i!ermn of ill)
eanu ami death.
Taken Internally It
Hinflea the Momaeh,
utc, arlie from conta
uion which coiiien nf
(Uuipnecc iinbi-altfa y li -uauona
All them Dl'easca can
be cured only iy lop
piiilj the production of
Inccane (lernni and ile
UroyliiB thoe alreitly
prudiict-d. Both thene
reHiilic are accoinplli-tn d
hy the life of Piof.
liarhy a preparation of
it.irai ic. Anid and Chin
rine, known an
ifiviriK It tone and
i healtny vu'or lllnhiio
I that It cure lii'lierti'in
I and D)pepal,
When ned aa a l.oilon
; it dratroya all Frei ale
j aad Il otrh producini;
I KerinH. Ii avllii! the f kin
I clear, white and t-ana
I purest ax that of a little
It wider 11 it
coni In con
tact with Pure
pi nil Healthy.
hiiace d(x r.ot oermlt u to name of the ue to
wt.u:b thia cret (ierm-deftrover ic aiipliculile
Aak your Orutruiot for printed matter dui-tripuve
oi it D(fiuiiie", or auarese
,J. II. 'AEUAW .V, CO.,
Matiufacturlnif (Vmim, I'll 1 1. A lK U PH I A
W cents per bottle Pint Bottle, tl in.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
UKEK A! EUREKA !1
SUIJSTITl'TE FOR LIKE INSUR
WIDOWS' & OKPilANS
Iutltal Aid Society,
Oru'snized JuIt Dtb, 1877, tnder th Law 0
the Mateof IlUuoU. CopyrlKhted Jul
ft, 11177, Under Act of CnuRn-as.
JAS. S. MrllAIIKV...
.1 II. UlllilNS'iN
J A. I.OLiiSTINK...
W. 11. M A HL AN I
J S I'KTKlK ( '
Eli. 11. WHITE
..11 ice I'rei"lden
. .ind ice -Pre mdi ui
.... Medical Adv:.-r
..AnclMtaul aecn tiuy
K XKCUT1V K CO M MITT P". K .
Wm F.PITCHK.i:. L.S.THOMAS,
W. ('. JOCKI.YN. F. VINCENT,
WILL T. KEDHl'KN.
HOAHH OP' MANAOHUS:
J. A. Ooldtine, of (ioldlilif A K ieenwaier, whole
ale and retnil nrv "ood, etc. ; Jan. S. Meilaliey
lunihr dealer; Wm. F. Pitcher, general audit ;
Allien Lewi, dealer ill flour and train; 1.. s
'1 noma, hricklayer; Moe Phillip, conirn-ior
ai.d guilder; II. A Chiiinbiey, irrocer: lii"
I ,-wi. ,rretarv anil attorney-al law ; A. II
Muri.nr, lUminniithir Iillvlcltlil : II Sa iler, of
Sander A Son. irroi cr; It. II Halrd. tr np,-r-
vixir: hd II. While. a't sec. W. A O. .M . A. so
ciety ; ,J. W. Spier, lumber and ..w.inill ; I'. L
(iernt-on. barber; F.. Dietrich, clerk V St L
Al'.U.Il.; M. Kohler. merchant tailor; .leff M
Clark, dealer In wall-paper and window hade ; -I
K. Fnitili-b. contractor and builder; Will T. Ked
burn, of More A Kiidburii, ciur niiiiiufarpir. ru
F. Vincent, dealer in lime and cement; I. A
Plieln. tihototfritliher: W. C. J01 ehn, denti't ; S
ll. Taber. mfir. ieweler: ,1. 11. Hiililnoii, .1 . P. a'l'!
nnurv niililir: ,1 . S. Peine. lilr. ii-ian ; II. W
Bomwlrk. iniiranre airent ; K. 1-.. 'Jnrhoe. f.irem.iii
St. (in main, and B K. Walhrtdite, lumber 'iu
aw.mill, of Cairn; II, Lelhtou, cahir N ,t
lianlc. Stuart. Iowa: Kcv. F. A. Wllkcron, I'nn
bnrc, E.; I.W, Tarry, phylclati, Fulton, Kv
Oldest in (lie city; estalilislietlin lf!(12
Citn'l Ave .between !th ami lilth SI,
MAM l'-Ai.TUItKK A DKALEIt IN ALL KINDS
Amintiiil'.lnti of all ilcacrip'lnn nlwava on liaiid at
Bottom i'ltu its.
(Innernl repiirlnn In all kind of metal. Key
chid ilecrliitioii in ml 11 in order, mid atifiiclinn
warranted. UWu me a call, and be convinced fur
Yutiraeii, at ine irn 01 nie mii til m ,"
John a. kofiiu:h,
111 Hm Protirlelor, Culm, III.
-Maniiracturur and Dealer lu
Hlh Streoi, bulwccn Cnm'l Avu, nd Luvun.
CHOKE IJOltINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KIND! OF AMU.STNON.
Vafoa Kejalred. All Kinds ul Ken Midi).
St. Louis ExcHed Over a "Myster
he Western Union Telegraph Office in
Chicago Burned The Proceeding',
of the Labor Committee and
the American Science
Sr. Locik, Auttui-t Jl.--Tbe police are
out heatcluiiK lur anoibur miin5 Kirl, ud
audthor family I tortuied with atpolise.
Col. O. Chut chill returneil at about
i(!ht o'clock Suinlay evening luat from a
drive with LI wife. Their daughter Mary,
aej between aixtecn and keveylcen, wm
not at home,, but it was ta'.cu fur granted
that the waa with hcboul-matea in the
iieiithbolhooil. Little uneaaine wa
felt at her continued ahai'iie next mnrninfc,
us it na tboutrbt ahe had proiiatil? apeiit
the niht wltb friend. At 'I o'clock
yet-terday afternoon Colonel Churchill re
ceived a niettanire from hi bonie nayinj.' the
youn? laily bad not returned. He i-peut
the afternoon drivlnj; with hi wire from
bonne 1 houe In the Wet End, where it
was deemed possible M if h Marv miiiht be
viiin. At 6 o'clock lut evcnliiK he had
an Interview with the Cbief of Police and
a vigorous search for the tiiisnitu; girl was
Chief Campbell fay: "Our informa
tion i 10 meager that I have hardly been
able to form any opinion yet, We are
working nn it and using every item of in
formation. ' '
"Have vou no reliable clew?''
"What fc. the iimst trustworthy iuforma-
t!on ou bsTe?''
'I hare learned from a neighbor of ilr.
Churchill tbat at about 5 o'clock uullay
afternoon Mls Chureliill wa neen by ft
aervant firl to leave the b;w:k yarl of ber
home and go west In the alley, shmlv af
terward ahe returned to the houw the name
ny. Aboot V bours afterwai-d the aaine
ervaot girl who was then with oincra on
ibe bark porch of the boose, mw Mia
Churchill again p ont by the back gale
and wa k we tn Uie alley . At the Junc
tion of the atUy with tbe ftreet she was
Joined by a young man wttb whom she
lowly walked away. She wok then at
tired Id a dotted law n drets. plain skirt
and was wlUmnt bat or rHicmi.'l. You
0, i-fce bad plenty of time dunuir tbe in
terval of tbe twu exit from tbe back fate
to have aiippiit-d hentelf wltb dothing such
as may have txteo nekd, ctpecialty a hat,
boil she wanted to."
The neighbor all eo.it tbe idea that
'Mamie, " m she ws knovftn, ht done
anything wrnB. "Why," said an oU
car conductor, "I'Te hauled her up and
down tbia road for at InaA fix fein, I
knew her loae belora be pat an toag dreafl-
ea. During the laat year abo grew very
stout aud wommrr. Batman times I've
seen ber, ou the ear aad aboat her home, I
never heard or uw a word or thln that
would lead to any Koi)kioo."
The description 8rvn to the poll was at
fol w-: ' "About five f t three InoUea In
in i.-ht, ttrai.-ht an 1 wll developuu, with
II -11 ,r wn hair aid grayish blue eyes,
oral Lat'e, ivgu ar feature and hair wfiicli
ahe 1. n n w ar bmged."
o if her fnei da told a reporter tbr
mornin: thai the gn I wu notly erect to
carriage, tht hr shoulders were reuwfcv
bly sipiarc, and that her fu&iurei were
Iji,''', but hiiliilHOlue.
hulUlc FriMem .
MiNXBAPOt.18. Augut 21. The Atuuri
can A--ociaUon for the ivajjomviU of
science resumed their lahor ttun morning,
I'rofrtilent Youtu? rn thn chair, and the
Committee on Standard Time throgti Prof.
S one reported tbat tire rillroudu of tbe
United Malt bad adoptetl a Htiuidird of
lime which would go into efUsct in .Septem
ber, and hence had relieved tb to ram it lee
of tbo m-ct'sslty of reportaiig tb detail.
Thene standard will be taken from the nth,
(lb and 7th, ajeridlsnii, went of Oreetiwkh.
Tbe committee on jrrolopleal nomenclature
reported that it w&a cofleciing suegestlorui
aud would seud a coiuprvbeuaive report to
the (JedofiWal Congretaj wbicb coaveneH at
Berlin. Ma). Powell and thn geolog
Iml committee all eonferring relative to Uie
co-operation between tbe Uuitud Sutes oad
the slate tiociilici. Tbe eoufcreueo coin
miUM rerted thu correjpundence with
the KrlUb oesoelatlnn and probably the
next meeting will bo In Montreal Dexllyear.
Hro auwodmcnt to the cntiatftution an
unanimously ccrtied that ubjeotionabie
menibera could be expeUed by a aUiucllut;
committee. It was decided lo bold Uni next
meeting of their association at Philadelphia,
probably in September next. Tbo com
mittee on importation free of aoienUrjc.
bunk reported that it committee had been
up lolnteil to place the nutllcr before Con
gress and trrgo tbat body to allow itudenti
ini ort icientltle bmiks free of duty. An
il tempt was made tn havo svfrntltlc Itistrtt
nii'iil Ineluilnd in tbe uiumnrial. Tbe -oiation
eniieludeil, however, to try and
carry the polul on the books first, and, If
successful, lo make an attempt on Instru
ments, I luring thu debate conslilcrible
dltcusslnn etisued, condemning American
text books as being unreliable ami of low
sLmdinl, Tbo clause was finally stricken
out. Prof. Cape delivered an address on
Kyulullon, as fotiud in extinct mauiiinialia.
after wbicb the scoalon dlssnlved IntoK'C
Hons. At 'i o'clock a special tralu came
and atopied at tlm bridge on the I'nlversl
ly grounds, and bore the nicinbir) of
the association to Minnehaha, Fort Snulllng
and St, Paul.
The l abor quoNllva,
Nkw oiik, Augriat 51. -Before the
Senate 8ub-eoinmltten on Labor and Edti
i a' Inn Ihero appeared Uloliarrl Power, of
C hicago, mid president of the Sailors' I'n
loti of the Lake. This union, lie said, lm
piovud thn moral comlUlou of ila nieinl'crs,
It had scoured them higher wages and Ii
now trying to aocuro the paesagn of lawi
lending to dlmlulili tho risk to life Incurred
by tbe lake aalloi-i by prohibiting Hie over
loading of veosels and making it compul
sory to man them Willi suitable crew's. A
great number of (he lake vessels, he id,
wejo tinaeaworthy. A law should
bo pamied, bu urged, providing
tbat at least two-third, of tu
allori employed on American vessoli
should bo naUve-horn Amorlcau.
(ieorgo Q. Dlck, u rcpreeanUtWe of the
Journey intin ixtkart of UiU Uf , UwtlHed
that U owuMm Mt im hmUn I rr
tlctrrailed one on aecount of thu Imr; hoii:'
tliey were coinpelleil to labor. Tile)' ln'Cjlll
to work at 2 p. m. and continue, until 5,
H and 8 a. in. The greater number are un
married and i be average, wnges aio V C'l a
we ek. The linkers sti iick some time n.'O
for a reduction to twelve hour a (lay labor,
Tbe bosnes agreed to tbi, but when the
men returned to work the pledges given
IJlaek staled that of the wallers employed
In the lager beer saloons many arti l'i ii-,ian
army olli n-r-. lierinau noblemen ami Una-
sian piiuces who came to this eouuti'v ex-
peciiiu to make furlunes but who 1 innd
this tin ir only means of gaining a liveli
hood, .'peaking of brewers, lllaek .iid
(Mere are m the citv tillltv -live brcAers All')
employ aliuut "J . : VJU men. Tho Trades
I tii -hi wa oraui.i'd ill 's. Shortly uficr
theie was a H ike for a decrease of working
hours in twelve per day, and extra com
pensation for siimlay work. The strike
was won bv the nn n. Tbe wages range
from .',) to rlon per month.
A III t ire.
(.'hk Aiiii, Augut l!l. A tire oceuried
at six o'clock this illuming in tiie operating-room
of the Wi'slnrn l.'nion' Telegraph
company of this city. It. is supposed from a
lefediv flu -. Tbe floor of the room Ii
Vi ry much burned and flooded by Water.
Thu company is work ng several ivir 'S
duplex to New Yolk and expects to be In
order for the tiui! business soon.
a.soi II Kit ACCOf VI .
Cllii Aiiii. August 'M, Ai 7 o'clock thli
looinilig lire wis discovered 111 the pneu
matic tube shaft of tne operating room of
t tie Western I'uion Telegraph oilier, on the
lop floor or the I nion I'iiiik building. A
watchman on the adjoining buildings miai I
ing the wires, gave the alarm, but the
(lames spread lapblly, and the top floors of
Hi.- buil'ling were soon gutted. All tbe
emplovcs i scaped. The lower floors were
occupied by bank, commission mer
chants and telephone oRieea. The loss is
The company 's oitieials arc Investigaiing.
TtiH opinion of tin- lire chief and of the op
erators on duty at ttie time, is that it origi
nated in a i itch-hoard, mid they think it
possible the wire became crossed, concen
trating the power of of a l.'i.OW cell battery
w hicli uaic out int'-tip IV t anil speedily
lireil the wooden work. The lire was con
lined td the two top floors, about, foity
loi iiis, but all the lower floor an; under a
couple of led of vvater, w hich is flowing
in torients lt the itreet.
We.ks must elapse before
the lower floor can be occupied. The
Western Union lose, among other i ffecis.
3.1'n.i seL of ii'stnniientn. All tbe Wb-at-
tu:ie insiruiw nis were saved. Tlie heaviest
losse by watr are the. Union and Inter
national N.ilioiial banks, the United Males
Moi ttae coiiipaiiv , the Western Associat
ed Press. Uie Nurtbwchteni and Midland
Telephone companies. All telegrams re
ceived Mni lay mil Monday night by tbe
Western Union were ilcstrovid.
Iks Moinrs, August ill. From the re-
turss received by the Slate Agricultural
society, the following rigures show that tho
average yield ot w inter and spring wheat ii
fourteen bushels per acre, making a total
approximate of U,i,f',(A( bushels of wheat.
The average oats yield b thirty-four bllsb
eW per acre; total WVxiU.OuO bushels. The
estimate of May shows somewhat of ian 1 1
criase, where tigures sbow the
average yield nf winter rye to
be lbSi Iiiishel:', spring rye ldv'
winter barley 20. Spring barley 27. fa
stanet are uoU'tl where five acres yielded
;li bushels of w heat, )0 bushels to the
acre. Clover seed yield M bushels per acre,
timothy seed 6' , huv 1 'V ton. The market
price of hny is flj HJ per ton. Tbe yield of
millet seed is 17 bni-riels per acre. The
condition of corn shows 1H per cent in
crease out the former report of u per cent.
Broomeorn shows actadition ofS'j, sur
ghiiin :.'.llax P-3, buckwheat lis, potatoes
91, Vobaci'o lt.1, meadows lm), pastures lOz!,
nnlijiis U7. apple fs, crapes (W,
Hill Try a II uk first.
.S'IauaRa Kaliji. August 21. Policemen
were looking for ( apt. llhoiles last night to
arrest liiiu and prevent bit threatened
witn. He has difappuinUnl the people,
who now place very little confidence. In
him, He says he has procured a sixty-live
pi ii ml dog which he proposes to send
ihruutth Instead of tbe saml-hag. it is
probable that he is deceiving the people.
Itli'ides auiteil to make the trip In the new
Maul of tho Mist, now being built, but at a
meeting of the men interested they not
only reiuseii nis reiiuext, oui agreeu lo
not let any living person attempt the
youge. The projector want to have Home
ft:ti and risk uo lives. IXbodes will lie ar
rested, if not as a lunatic, then for cruelty
to animals, He tins been wandering ail
over town mid tho pollen can not find him.
His wife is reported sick 111 Salamanca from
ilMreatnuiit by him.
A Bl( WesMlnjr of a Utile Couple,
Loi'isviiXK, August 21. The approach
ing marriage of Major Mite nud Miss Maria
Nalel, the midgets, which will take placo
mi the Hi age at the lUicklnghntn Theater
nil the -Slh, is creating considerable com
ment. A good crowd was in altcnd
suee at the .Museum Monday night to see
I he Major measured for his wed
ding mil. The bridal chamber, which has
been fitted up in one coi ner of the museum,
Is a very elegant aflair. All the furniture
and otillil was presented by various per
sons. Mayor Jacob and a number of city
nlllcer will be in utlciiancc at thu cere
mony, They will make a bridal trip to St,
Until, and tlieU. iV M. lUilroa l has offer
ed a special cur for the occasion,
Wasiiimi ion, ATfgast 'Jl. A court' of
Inquiry has been ordered lo Investigate the
origin of the yellow fever In the I'eiisocola
navy yard. A telegram to the Navy de
partment from Pensficoln ny there were
two deaths Monday. Then are no new
eases. The surgeon-general of the Marine
!iospn service received the following tele
grain from Surgeon White nf Pensicol'i:
"No new eases In. the Navy yard in the last
foriy-elghi hours. Tbore aro eight eases
and three deaths to dale. The Milages of
Warrington and Wolsoy nre peifcelly
healthy . The fever Is conllncd to Iho yard
and hospital. Surgeon Owen Is In a critical
TrtKSI-os, N. J., August 21. -Chancel,
or Itbnyun beard application for appoint
ment of a receiver for the silk manufacture
lug firm known as tlm Wortendyko Maim
factiirliio Co. The liabilities are (7,000;
assets, fiWU.Ono, The atep Is taken to savo
the property aud employe, as well aa the
creditors. If tho mill elt) tho expensive
aud special machinery will become slurost a
total lots, the einployerii will h lift pen
nllos aud rent producing hotiiea vacant r
I'rank Jim om' Trlnl.
HaLIATin, Au.'iist 21. Tne sheriff wai
busy to-day securing one huiulru I qu:il'tl
il ii's. The ilefense was i (pi dly so Tbi
lowu was crew iled with people. Phllllpt Ii
to assist the defciisii, uotwithstaU'ling Ills
coiiiiuissioii us a member of the Supicmi
Charlie Fold will testify. Liddell Is nol
to be seen, ami the report still conic thai
lie Ii is lie J, but It is not generally bclleve'l.
.James' friend are present, but are iindem.
rmstrative. John Kdwards came up Ibis
morning. At 1 p. m. the impaneling of
the Jury beiran. Wallace, Sbanklin nnd
Hamilton appear for the stale; Johnson,
'iloyer, Phillip and Rust, for the defense.
Large number, of people are here from
Nebraska anil oilier slaien." It Is supposed
the selection of the Jury will take three
day. The defense will have forty-elhl
hour to make challenges In. There are
lot of new evidence against James, but
nothing is specified.
A Mrlkpr'a Views.
Sr. I.ona. Auirust 21. Mortimer Shaw,
Master W'orkmau for this district of the
Brotherhood of Telegrapher), admits that
tbo strike is over. He does not Indorse the
published remarks nf operators inveighing
at'ainst the Knights of Labor.
Ho says; "The organization, although
not strong here, comparatively speaking,
tins come to the front nobly. The Western
Union Teleirraph rnmpany Is making great
capital by refusing to re-employ the ladies.
This is a. I done to make a point against the
Itroiherhood, A lady's position In 'a tele
graph ntliee is well defined, and they will
all be lurk to work In a short time. One
thin? I have noticed is that snmn of the
men who had the most to say about cash on
hand and funds in the bank were tne liiatto
weaken. ' '
san Francisco, August 21. Tho first
game of th grand billiard tournament of
six das, (i,000 points, for $VK) between
Sexton and Wallace, opened this evening
in the Metropolitan Temple, Not over two
hundred people were present. The game
was) opened hy Sexton. lp to 9:110 p. m.
eight, innings were played, with the score
standing: Sexton 600,' Wall 320. Th
biggest run made by Senton in the eighth
Inning w as 377.
A Veteran lad.
Wahhinc ion, I). C, August 21. Cpt.
Calvin A. Ilru, of Cincinnati, one ol
the old Woodward boys, died here yester
day. He served through the entire war,
hav ing lirst enlisted in the Second Kentucky
Infantry, and. after serving three years,
Joined Hancock's cops. lie participated
lu the bat.le of S to ire river and Chicka
mauga, besides several others. He
was a brave aud gallant soldier and a true
A Urnnken Banter.
Lynchburg, V., August 21. At
Abingdon on Saturday Wm. Bridgeinan,
a drunken white man, made an aiwaolt on a
negro, whom he shot serral t hires, and
when E1 win Hawkins, the negro' half
brother, remonstrated Bridgeinan turned
and killed Hawkins. Tbe murderer la tn
Jail. Serious threat ot rystcalng were made
by the negToee .
Chautauqua CooaJnjc Cllr.
Chaitacvjua, N. Y., Augmt 21. Tbe
Chautauqua Cooking Coataga has been per
mnnently organized with MUs Ewlag, of
Chicago, as chief. Dr. owe II, of Cbti-ago,
lectured at 10 o'clock on the "Ways of in
proving nerve and health," anl at fl Dr.
J. ii. Thomas. of Brooklyn, N.
Y., lectured on Darwin, Efrsersoo and the
ciftrnvs views or tux htbike.
More ai'l B:'tt"r Work Exported No 111
Fooling Againat tha Strikers.
Nkw Yum, August 21. Dr. Norvln
(ireen, tbe president of the Western Union
Telegraph company, ha expressed bis
views ou the Just ended atrtke. To a re
porter be said:
"I wish you would correct a statement
which I saw published that I looked upon
(ieneral Fiekert's action which led to tbe
strike ou the part of the operators with
disfavor. For two or three years I have
seen II ic struggle cooilng. It is Just as well
iba) the issue should have been settled
now a at auy other time. liver
since the Brotherhood was organized
the operators were formulating
their demands against the company,
and too many concosaions were already
given to them In order to avoid the climax
which, however, was Inevitable."
"To what demands do you refer"
"Not openlv expressed oues, but silent,
tacit understandings, a for instance, that
a certain number of dispatches or a certain
amount of presswork, was to constitute a
day's work, Nonuclirulc was ever es
tablished In the olHec, yol It grew up il
most unconsciously since- tbo Brotherhood
came Into exNuMic. That will be effectu
ally done away with now."
'Would mutters havo come to a rupture
bad you not gone to Europef"
"1 bad an idea tbat there would be a
strike before I left, though I ciuld not for
sec just the time when It would break nut.
There was a principle at stake, which (ien.
I'ickcrt has held fast to, and as 1 would have
done thn same had 1 been here, it is proba
ble that tbe battle would bare been fought
Just the same. The principle I refer to Is
whether thn property of the Western Union
Telegraph company should be managed and
and eoni rolled by its stock-holders or by a
self-constituted committee of outsiders,
As 1 told tien. Kckert this evening, tho
several hundred thousands of dollars whlcb
have been lost in the strike I regard to ho
the best financial Investment made by the
company. Hereafter, General F.eker: tells
me, thai he will get one-third more woik
out nf a man for a day' service, and the
economy of such a step will retrieve the loss
in less than six months.
"W hat linn of policy will you adopt to
ward the strikers?"
"I sympathize with them for the sad
mistake they have made, and there will be
no punishment meted out to them. Good,
competent men will obtain places wbeuever
there is a vacancy, bat we will not
create auy vacancies Just to give tbeio em
"What do you think of the stock market
"It shows a very healthy condition. If
you think hew prices hare fallen during the
last eighteen months, In some Hooks over
DO per cent, and now few and InalcnitViant
were liu failures, It shows the wonderful
staying power of the ooonry, I be
lieve that price have tout touch hard
pan, aud thai liRMSa Vstf)' Mastk is a good
China Purcnasing Rifles Turkish Outlaws
Demand $25,000 Rantom-Tr.s
Manner of Carey's Death, t
I.Onpon. August 21. Advices front
South Africa say that O'Donnell became
aware of ( an y 'a presence through a photo
graph which was published in the Cap
Town papers, He at one began drlnkinc,
and while in a saloon ot that city was heard
to (leuoiiiii.'e Carey and declared that h
would swing for tilm If he got a chance.
Having made this threat, and Intent on
killing Carry, he took passage by the steam
er Melrose Castle for Port KlU.ibeth. The
shooting was (lone In the fore cabin.
O'Donnell waiting for such cbnnee as
would present nn possibility of In
terference or failure. The first two
shot were tired In ipilck stpxesslon, both
entering Carey' back. He staggered and
partly turned, anil then tbe third anal laai
shot struck blm in th throat, when be fell.
Tli" blood from thu wound In his thraat
spurted in a Jerky stream and covered lh
walls and furniture in a a oat horrible maa
ner. I II K MOT AT COALBItlDfiK.
I.dS'liiiN, Auzust 21, The rioting waa
renewed at Coal bridge last night. Tbo po
lice were stoned, whereupon the riot act
was read, 11114! lb police charged and dis
persed the mob. A number of Catholic
were severely beaten and two Protestant,
one of whom is now lying In a prvuarlout
condition. Klftv rioters were arrested.
THE I It I M II BILL.
London, August 21. The Irish regrstra-
Hon bill was rejected in the House of Lordi
this afternoon hy a vote of 62 nays to 32
London, August 21. Tbe Standard's
Berlin correspondent assert that the
Chinese government is negotiating with
Germany with a view to purchase 100,000
ItiiKst.At:, Angus. 21. A landlord In
this city Monday murdered bis five chil
dren by banging, and then committed sui
Ai KXAND1UA, August 21. Forth-three
deaths from cholera occurred here Mon
day. 140 DEATHS.
Alexandria, August Sl.-rOne hundrett
and forty deaths from cholera have occurred
among the Brill ih troop in Egypt sluee the
outbreak of the dlaease to date.
CoxsrAN tixoh.k, Augtiit 21. Brigands
have captured the Governor and seveial
Councilors at Flirrian, near Salonica.
They demand 20.000 fur tbe ransom of the
A Nnlt Atrataat a Newpap' '
Sr. I.ncis, August 21. Assistant Chief
M. .1. Uiennan filed a damage suit atrainM
the Chronicle Publiehing company In the
Circuit court to-day for $20,000, charging
that tbe Chronicle injured him In publi
cation as to the Fire department tavestlga
lion. rharaanceatlral Aaaelatlti.
Washington, August 21. Tbe Amorl
Pharmaceutical Assooiatio wHl bolcHU
annual set, don In ibis uity, beginning Sep
tember 11, and continuing three days. The
association number 1.300 member, and M
is expected that about 400 will atlond.
ftnn Over aad ailllod.
St. I.oris, August 21. At 1;30 o'clock
this morning a freight tiara on the Missouri
1'aeltlc railroad ran over and killed Andrew
Jackson Shepherd near Howard's statiou.
Cheltenham. It wa clearly a ease of acci
dent. A Prominent Anffcar Dead.
Borto.v, August 81. Wm. M. Baker,
the author of many notable books, in
cluding "Tbe Inside, a Chronicle ol
Secession, " and "His Majesty and My
self," ii dead.
A Mnrderer AirtHS.
Bckfalo, August 21. Win. Barry and
Charles Miller wero arreslod for the
murder of a Swede named Nelson Odiea,
whose body was found at West Valley re
THE MARKETS. ,
AUGUST 21, 1H83.
HOGS-Strong and active. Lkefct t
good Yorkers $i (sVa'i 70; cernrnaa rough
mixed to good packing tUtori AO; butch
ers ' lOfrf.) 20; PlilluiMphbu 5 iiosi 90;
skip and cull $4 sOir4 7o.
SIIKKP Good shoup are want ad and
will sell, but common are not m request by
anv one, Tbe extreme of price U-day Is
fj'oi'cJ l 75 for rally good tu eomawa.
WHEAT Lower; closing at $18
August: $1 02 Ssptemt)eri $1 MX' Oc
tober: il (Ki. Novenilwr; 1 OH rear.
COlt.N-Hlgber; Mi August; UK
September; 60l Octolior; VJX Novem
ber; 40 Si year; 47 May,
OATS-Irregular; AirgMst;5H Sep
tember; 2d1 October; 25 S year; 1H May.
WHKAT Lower; closing atfl Ofi.V Au
gust; 107'i September; tl 06 't Octo
ber; tl 12 November; $1 06 V year.
C()KS lllidier; 4.'H b. August: 46Sep
Umber; 40V October; 43 b. November;
41. vear; 411 V b. May.
OAT.s-lligher;2H b. August; 21W a.Sep
tember; 20 b. October; 2fiH year; 2tf
N ICW YORK.
WHEAT August $1 IS; Septemlser
U IS1; Oulober l SOS; Novemler$l 22S.
COllX Aiuust 03; September 61'H
Oetiiber (i2'i November 02 SI.
OATS August Ift Si ; September 84Si;
October 35 'i; November 36 y .
BUTTEU-Creainerv sells at WfiMl for
choice to fancv to 21 forselectloiu; eoond
at dairy rates; dairy at l,Val7 for oholoe to
lancv ;' fin r U good 10r12; common eViIO.
Country packed Slow, choice at r)10,
coin mon ftfx7.
POULTBY Spring ebicken small and
scubbv VI"1 25, to good $1 5dfT ,
choice ii, and fancy large $2 2. Wrl
eliickens Cocks U 75fS3, mixed M150
;i"jo, hens tsl 4uv:i 5d. Spriag ducki190a
F.GGS Steady and demand good at loo
for choice marks. Doubtful and poor
stock less, according to quality.
Country market firm. Spot wheat not
much doing; No. 2 spring 8s Id. No. S
spring none In market; Western winter 9a
4d. Mixed Western eon firm at a 7d.
Demand from the United Kaagdom and
Continent not much doing ht whaat aavd
moderal ior euro. WalMT la IV
rather Uioratao. J