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CAIRO, ILL1NOIH, FRIDAY MORNINfl, AUGUST 21. 1H83.
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Of Cairo, lllluoiH.
71 OHIO LEVHE.
A Oencnil Bankinsr Business
TI'OS- W. ItAJ.IilDAV
1NTEHP1USE SAVING HANK.
KXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
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C HOLER A!
Tho liictMt powerful AntiHoptlo
WILL I'RKVKNT TUB CHOLEEA.
Tlit moHt powerful An
tiseptic BKI'Ut w li I c h
cheinltry linn produced.
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der all It comi'n In con
tact with, pure, sweet
anil clean,- the produc-
It Ih a fact oatnlillahcd
i tlou of nascaRe-germa
r.caaus anil the, patn-nt
by hcinnr.e '.hat many
dmi'aica (in: IntmilmiMl
When uhui on I'lrcra,
Senilis, Huroa, Eruptions
ami Hot It stops all
I'atn, sweeten thu part"
an.l romotcn thu rapid
formation of h e a 1 1 li y
by uiitrllli atlon, which
roiroiluciK llculf and
i.ropoBH' thu dlin-aij
lu ivcr wld'.'nim; clrcli a
Thi-HO iNi'amB feni-r-
nt- cnntau'loii ami fill the
air wlih di-aih. Such il
that dreaii Irror,
which in now ditvarlat
i ii K thu Kart and ad
'anciii on It rniKHion
of ill-nib rapidly toward
our r-hori H. Ottmr di-t-uiin
of tha name fort
an; Diphlhuria. TjpU
old Fi'Vur, Scarlet Ki'Vt r,
htna l-l'ox. Memlei,
Yellow riiver, Erylp-t-!ii,
tc. AH ihnn' ii'.-n-t-rnu-
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In cxpopiire in a iclt
room. Cedar, Cloaet or
Mnb'e punflea the At-rncFphi-re.
away I dm cenua of (ill
cape am) death.
T kii n Internally it
pun flu tho Momach.
civinK it tone and
healthy vicor It Is 'him
that it cure indiertiun
When iied a a I.oilcn
it deHiruyi! all Freinle
abd H.olch - produi inir
Ktrmi.. l.-avtiitf the kln
clear, white and fan
parent a that i f a little
L'lon which conn-a of
dntnpin-pD. 1 1 1 1 h . a 1 1 h v 1 1
nailoim or uucltanni .
All thi'Hi lllx-anca can
be cunjd only by nop
pn.i: th prodiii:tlon of
miiiw: Iti rnm and dc
lroviiiK thon alrndy
produced. Hot h thvf
ri'fulm an; accomplish, d
by the u.e ol I'rof.
Darby 'a preparation of
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rine, known an
DA I; HVS
Il rtideri all It
com In con-
tiiet with Pure
Spa :e do. i ot permit u to name of the nee. to
which thi irreat teriii-detrner In appllialile.
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of Ub ueefuir.e-, or aildrep
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Manufacturing f'h- H ict. riIII.ADh.LrHI A.
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M I'Tt'AL AID S0C1LTV.
SriiSTlTITK FOR LIFK INSl'H
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Orjranicri Julr 1 Hh, 1877, tinier the Law n
the tate of Illilinla. CMpvriKbted .!uh
li, 1877, 1 nd r Actnf t'onsrcim.
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THOMAS I.KW1S S.cret iry
F.D. 11. WHITE A.itaut ht-cret-uy
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Wm F. IMTi'l'l'l!. L. S. Tll iM A .
W. C . JOCKLYN. F VIM'KNT,
WILL T. KKDBL'HS.
J. A. iiiiiiUtine. of (ioldpline X. Iion iiwaier, li !
ale and n t iil drv nood.etc.; Ja. S. Mel .ah-y.
lumhwr nealer; Wru. F. I'llclier, Ki-m-ral uifiit;
A inert Lewi, dealer in Hour ami tram; I. s.
l'homa. lirii Khivcr; Mue I'hLlip. contra-ior
ai.d builder; II. A. I'liu inbley. urocer: Ihn.
Lewi. .-creiiirv ami altorneyii la ; II
Mun-aii, llm'i'patliic tihyneiair. II Sa ilcr, of
S'U-der Son. irron r; II, H Hirrd. tree. pepi-r-MHor;
l.d II. White, a't ec. W. A O. M A. So
rieiy; .1. W. Spier, lumber and .w-mili; . L.
lieriilu'on, barbel: K. IL Dietrich, clerk V St I.,
.tv u It - M. Knliier. merclitiit tailor: .lefi M.
I 'nir'k. dealer in wall paper and wiaduw h.ilcp; .(
K. Knu'llph. contractor ami nuiniir; wihi. o-o-burn,
of Mor A Uedbiirn, ciuar m.inuliictiiri r ;
F. Vincent, de.ler In llni" and cenient; I, A.
I'help. photinrntpher; W. I . Jocelyn, ilentipt, s
ll. Taber. mff. jeweler; .1 . 11 Hobinoii. .1 . l'.ud
noiarv public; .1. S. Petri, pli;. lelan: U. W.
Itoplwick. iiinirance Htfenl : F. K. .lurboe. foren an
si (in main, and K E. Walbruli;.-, lumlier hti
aw-mill, of Cairo; II. Lemhlon, calnr Nil.
Hank. Stuart. Inwa; Kev. l-.A. iiU'THoii, itvo-p
bnri;, Ky.; J.W. Tarry, pliylclan, Fulton, Kv
j:ClTV GUN STORE"
OMost in tlin city; ostalilMicd in 11102.
Cim'l Ave , between !ilh and 10th St.
MANl'FACTt'rtKU A DKALEK IN ALL KINDS
Amintitil'.liin of all derr p lnn always on hum! at
110 I TU. M Mill ED.
(lenernl repiirlni! In all kind of metal. Kcya
of all riem rlntinn made to order, and allfiieon
warranted, lilvo me a call, and be convinced for
yoiiraelf, at me nn uf the "HUi il..V"
JOHN A. KOKIILKH,
lll-rlra Proiirletor, Cairo, 111.
Manufacturer and Dealer In.
6th Slruui, belwoen Cntn'l Ave. aud Lovco.
CHOKE BOHINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS Of AMUNITION,
afoi Hnoalrd, All Klodi ol Kurt Mado.
THE TORNADO'S TRACK.
Late Slid Authentic; Reports From
the Minnesota Cyclone.
A Worn an Blown a Groat Distance and
Daahed to tha Earth a Shspnksa
Mass of Humanity List of the Dt.'ad
and Wounded - Loss by Destruction of
Orops Alino3t Incalculable.
sr. Pan., Minn., August j:). Pi(n
K'T on tho ItK'oiniiiiT tr:iiiiH thl iiftrrnoon
brouulit the tirt In'oniiiitlon lo llii-i city of
t.hfi toi ribld (loatructiori of life suiil proi'rty
wrought by a cyekme Tuesday niuht in an'l
iiround th beautiful little totvn of i; heH.
ter, In this aUte. The day had been brisrht
aiirl warm up to 4 p. in., when heavy clouds
ln'R.-in to pettier, and a wind storm sudden
ly arose that lantod for over two hour. It
loio up llni country in Hie vicinity of
Hochcter and through the town itrndf,
striking tirst the (.Viok llotip) on the St.
Paul road, then taKltis Lel.'uid' residence,
with barn and oiilbullilirit", weeplni
tlnotijrh Hi lower town, levellnz tree,
hou.eii, liarin, eti!., and leavini! In its wake
iplintered timber and -hapele ruin.
In all It Is eatimated that three hundred
house in Rocbeler have been entirely
dcmolihed and two hundred more very
bidiy damaired. The Ir. to property will
re -eh orer J.VO.O'iO. Roche, trr l efirht y
five niilen south of St. Paul on the Clnc;,t'o
and Northwestern road, and ha between
cl.'til and nine thousand in lial.it anl .
The scenes In the town while the storm
wan raging are dedcribed as appalling. N'o
effort wa. made by the people to do more
tb,n lave their own live by flight to placet
of teeming safety, In which afterwards
tome met their death. In the lower town
especially, that portion of the pia.ee
north of the railroad track, the destruc
tion wa particularly groat, not
a hnii,e there escaping without greater or
less injury, and the ground looking as If a
flood had pa.scd over it. Tii''day night
was spent at Lower Town In extricating the
dead and wounded from the debris. The
latter were earned to Buck 'a hotel and tbe
Winona house, where tliey were tenderly
Tbe dead, to far aa has been ascertained,
number twenty-six, of who in the following
have been WeotiSed: Jobn M. Cole,
business man, owning four mllla, who wat
picked up by tbe wind ami hurled to the
ground, every bone in Ms body broken;
Mr. McGuillan, Mm. Steele, Mr, el
rath and Auirust. her son: Mr. oborn and
auDt; Mrs. Weatherbv, Mrs. Fred Clougb,
Mr. Hitzell, Wm. litpgims Mrs. uick
and child, and Miaa McCormick. Kiht
bodies were laken In the country by frit-ud
before their namet were learned. Four are
are fifty-one in number, an 1 those known
to be most teriouslv injured are: Mr. Carl
(juick and five children, cut about tbe bead
and otherwise inlured: Mr. Ubud, wife
and child: Mr. Frank Scbultz, badly
hurt, shoulder out of Joint ; cut about tbe
head. Annie Zicrath, head and face badly
ciK: UUa Khud. bruised lntermiii y; jonn
Hauer, John Shauuock, Milo Weency,
I.in O'Brien, Geo. Jiati-wn, Mr. Wether
by. Oscar C. Hall, Uawkius, William
Lee, Injured on head, face aud aim; S.
A. Welch, not serious; Mrs. Irwin and
two children: NcllLs Harmon, wile and
child, cut on the head and body: m
Osborn aud daughter, badly Ibruim-.d; Mr.
and Mrs. (ierdv. badly bruicd. I breo
children, whone names were not learned,
were so badlv bruted, it is thought, that
their parents could not recognize them when
found, their clotbet bctn? all gone. Louis
Pea.c, lee broken. Mrs. Coons, leg
broken; Frank Clement, arm broken.
The last three are with friend. The others
are in tbe hospital.
PROrKRTV DAMAGKP AND DESTROYED
The principal losses to property are given
as follows, the aggregate damage reachln
beyond fr.VMi.OOO; Court bouw, unroofed
and dome, .?,000; high school, tower and
part of roof, $2,000; the MethodUU church,
roof and Inside wrecked, w.ihkj; longre
gatlonal church steeple, $l,00t); railroad
depot unroofed, round-hotiso gone, bridge
and other losses, f IS. QUO; van Ku.sen Co
elevator, $10,000; Tortfr't elevator, $7,000
harvester works and machinery, $12,000
Cole's mill, aide and roof gone and mill
wrecked, engine blown luto the river,
1,000 Crescent creamery, $',000; Cascade
mill $.",0o0; ten business blocks unroofed,
with contenti, flSo.OnO. two hundred
houset damaged to the extent of fo0,000.
develop the fact thai the cyclone started at
Owatmina, and crossed the railroad at
Rochester, varying in width from one to
three mile, aud making a clean sweep of
houses, burns, crops and everything iu ita
p;ith. Six persons were killed outside of
Rochester, and the loss to crops is estimated
at about 1110,000.
A. Anderson' wife was fatally injured at
Kasson, and her mother killed. Christian
Dlsen't wife was killed and her child's leg
broken, at the same place. Their bouses
and barns were entirely destroyed. At
Cuncsio. souiti of Kassou, the bouses and
barns of H. Alfaiks and Helmbrecht were
demolished and horses and cattle were
killed in all directions.
In St. Charles tha cyclone struck .lob
Thonnngton's farm, destroying the homo
and cBops, killing Thorington and Injuring
his family. Salem lay In the track of the
cyclone, southwest of here, ami Is said to
have heen wiped out. Tho town of
rieasant (Jrove near Rochester Is reported
annihilate 1, two persona killed and ten
Kasbov, Minn., August 23. Tbe cy
clone passed ubout tlx miles south of thlt
place, doing great damago to persons,
buildings and crops. Christian Olson's
wife was killed and her oldest daughter
had hrr leg broken. Ole Anderson's
(molder) wlf was badly hurt and cannot
lle. II 1m niuthcr-ln-law was killed, Ills
brick house unroofed and all tho other
buildings destroyed. J. J. Vanfrank'i
house was destroyed and tome members of
the family badly injured, and bin cattle
found laid in all directions over the
prairie. The lost win foot up many thou
Winona, Minn., Auiriwt 23. -Tho ey
clone itnick here at 7 o'clock last night.
The. .deficit .waa . uocqofed . aud Udljr
wivcked. Tnc engine hntis i is a total
wreck. Tliu cov ti iI tiridge near the town
is iron A iiiiiiilii-r of cms lu the yard are
completely mii ihei, Holton's elevator il
a total wreck; half of it obstructs the in.iiti
railroad track. The sticeis arc tilled
with tree mill fragment of buildings,
Five cat mill an eiii'ltm nro derailed at
Zuinhrota Junction. The fireman, William
H'gin. Jumped from the cars and wat
burled under the wreck.
Ax Du'lse (alrt.
IioDOK (.'km KK, August 2.'1. Crops OD
t le path of the cyclone two miles south of
here Acre all destroyed and heavy d in :ig(
was done to tne buildings. A man mined
K brecbl ami his wife were working In the
ti -lil when they s;nv the storm ami clung to
iicbntliei'. When it struck them he was
kuneki il -nei;s mill h w as blow n a con.
idcr.,l!e distant!.-. She a-as found tbil
niornitig in a horribly mutilated n n I i t i . 11 ,
one nun iwt-tei off anil the other ci U.-hi d.
A mniiber of other persona were less in
yinry t liurchlll.
Sr. J.ot i-, Auaiisi ii. -O.I. Chiireinli,
father of t tie missii).' girl M.irv, was inter
viewed by a reporter ibis morning:
What is your opinion of bei disappear
Well, to be frank, I think she baa
loped. That Is the only rational reason,
though it is possible be may have been
abducted or nut with foul play. I am
inclined lo think she ran away with some
fellovx.' . '
Col. ( hiiicliill desires to Lave tbe im-
piciptoit that the girl wore a polka dot
(Ire., tbe evening of her disappearance re-
niuM-d. lie si. Ihe dress was a white
lawn, with blue pin-head spols, which, at
a distance of thirty fee'., were impercepti
ble. Another impression that should be
corrected, and whicii was given In the tirst
place by the morning papers, is that Mary
Churchill's parents are wealthy. This is
not the cape, and if tin- disappearance
amounts to an ulel ii.-linn the abductor are
making a gross error in uppoing that th"y
an ppdit lv their act. Col. Churchill re
grets that lie cannot offer a large reward
ami thus stimulate the sluggish detectives.
While there is no reward glittering before
them the detectives l.a little or no atten
tion to the case. A man well known in po
lice circ es stated to a reporter to-day th.it
if a reward was off-red for the girl she
would e returned to bcr parent. in three
Xkw York, August 2:1. A report ev
d' ntlv intended to "bull" the wheat mar
ket was set alloat yesterday, to the effect
that the French government had taken
steps to secure the large importation of
American wheat as a precaution airainst a
possible wheat famine in consequence of
the failing French crop. But the idea was
ridiculed by all to whom it was re
peated. 1 be continental shipments irnm
this port have been fairly act
ive but not unusuallv larrre. That the French
crop is a short one is universally additted.
The otlicial circular of the Produce t.x
change estimates that tho crop this year
will be 7S to uo . per cent, ol mat 01 irvi,
when it amounted to 122. 000. 000 hectolitres.
The crop this year will ,be 4.7,000,000 hecto
litres liss. I here is, however, a large sur
plus left over from last year, which will
links up a pari of the deficiency. This Is
imlli-nteii by the amount in -tore at Paris
August I. namely: 2.'0,000 quintals, i
against 17s,(i quintal on August 1, .s'2.
Au 4 1 tempt Bl Murder.
Port Jkhvis, N. Y., Aueust 23. Isaac
Brown, a storekeeper, closed bis place
about ii o'clock last night, and turning out
the lights, he took a lamp and started for a
room ihnugh which he had to piss lo his
rooms above. As soon as be entered the
room the light was blown out, and a short,
stoutly-buiil man seized him by tho
throat. He crie.l for help, and
Mrs. Brown, who lives with
her husband, came to bis assistance. The
Intruder then heat Mr. and Mrs. Brown
over the head w ith a hatchet, and they cried
loudly for help. The neighbors beard the
cries and went to the rescue. but the would
be murderer had tied. He was subse
quently arrested, however, and discovered
to be Peter Flakier, a painter, who hat
lived next door to Brown. He pre
tended to be drunk when arrested. It
is thought bis object was robbery. Neith
er of the old couple, it is thought, can
.4 Mjslerloua Murder.
HiUsibilio BiUDiiK, N. H., August
23. An investigation was begun here to
day into the death of Edmund Wood,
whose body was found a few days ago in a
gloomy rivine. The murdered man's cap,
riddled with shot, wa picked up near the
dilapidated cabin of Nathan Brown, hu S0-vear-old
hermit, who works a small farm
and is believed to know something about
the murder. Brown is said
to have bad trouble with Wo id,
and. on the day of the murder, was seen
aetin-' 'iiieerly oyer the dead man's cap as
it lav in l h o road, lie said bo heard tho
report of a gun w hile he was gathering corn,
but supposed it was tired by a hunter. Of
his itiare with Wood, he says that It was
over a bird-trap, while they v i re both in
lnvicated, but tells contradictory stories
about bis tiii'Vements.
I'oKlsMorTlt, August 21L Malaria hat
appeared at several New Hampshire
beaches and many people are III. Lewis, a
wealthy Philadelphia!!, died in hiscotMgo
yesterday of malignant typhoid fever. His
servants and family are 111. Oefective
drainage is supposed to be the ratio of the
trouble. Mrs. Ward, a hotel guest at Ryo
Ileich, also died vesterdav.
can FiiaSCIHco, A ii trust 211. The cush
ion carom game of billiards at the M' tro
polltan Temple, last evening of fiuO points
for SV10, between Sexton and Schaefer,
was won by the former In forty-nine Inn
Ings; Schaefer scored 2K.1. Sexton's best
run was 4.') ; Schaefer'i .1.1. The time of tho
gutiie was one hour and thirty-tlvo min
utes. A Tinnry llarnxil
Mr. Steiu.ino. Ky., August 2,'L Tho
tannery or Reed IVarcell was burned on
Wednesday night by a supposed Incmidla
ry, It has been Idlo for two month!. Losi
$10,000. insurance $0,000.
A I.nnibr Yri Buriiod,
Bin ltArtnn, Mlob.. August. 23,-On
Tuesday night, ten miles east of this place,
ho lumber camp of Foster, Blackmail A
Co., was burned. Lost $30,000. ll.trni
Insured for $,.
I lie raiiima i.aw and tn I Uemrea. a
St, Lol ls, August 23. The local thea
tres, so far as is novf known, will -jivi
Miiifiav night performances despite th
puritan law that the police are trying to en
force. "The Black Iwarf" will be
pi;, Jul next Sunday evening at the Peo
ples' and Tony Pastor it lo open tho Olym
pic the saline night. No change ol
policy will bo made unless the law is de
clan d valid and the resorts are compelled
to close up.
"We will keep open," said Pat
Short, treasurer of the Olympic, "un
til they make us close. II
all other branches of business suspend
of eouue wo must succumb, but we will
have our doors open as long as iny ol
Tre (surer Hickson, of Pope's, said hit
bouse would keep open a long as the other
did. "Sunday night. " he said, "is a big
niL'ht for thu theatres the receipts are al
ways large, and if one house keeps open,
why should not all share In the profit by
doing the same thing?"'
Manager Smith, of the Standard, and
Manager Robertson, of tbe People!, ex
press themselves in the same manner,
Saratoga, August 23. The first race
of a mile wa won by Meditator,
Fellow play second , Buccaneer third. Time,
The second race, a sweepstakes for all
ages, of two miles, was won bv Gen. Mon
roe; Harry Ciilmore second, Nettle third.
The third race of three-quarters of a mile,
for two-year-old fillies, was won by
Tolu. Sister second, Kconomy third. Time,
The fourth race of three-quarters of i
mile for all afTes was won by Navarro,
Bell Boy second, Rena B. thi.'d. Time,
The Labor Committee.
Xkw York, August 23. Charles
Frederick Adams, of Brooklyn, a lawyer,
appeared before the Senate Sub
Committee of Labor aud Education to-day.
He said he was of the school of economist!
led by Professors Kawcett and Cairns. II
proposed the present absoluto dependence
on w ages by restricting the monopolies by
franchises. Such franchises should be giv
en for fixed terms, at the end of which
they should be thrown open to competition.
The witness favored the establishment of
postal savings banks and the sale by them of
small annuities to poo,- people.
Tbe Re 7. Jos. Cook Lectures Upon the
Subject at Chautauqua.
CitAl'TAUijfA, . Y., August 23,-Jo-septi
Cook spoke at 11 o'clock this morning
on " Woman 't Work for Women in Pagan
Lands." He spoke of child-marriage and
enforced widowhood in India, declarins
that tbe British government should reform
these feature as it had abolished the crush
ing of men and women under the wheols ol
the car Juggernaut. If tbe Christian wo
men o! America, England and Scotland
should unite in memorializing the Britisb
government to abolish these wrongs, thej
would do a timely and dignified act. Wo
men in India suffer from the neglect of ed
ucation of their daughters, from the arbi
trariness of divorce, the coarsest and sever
est physical toil, infanticide and polygamy.
The British government la responsible foi
more polygamy than exists in the United
States. Cook pointed out as remt'diet th
teaching of women by female nilsslonarici;
homes lor temiorary assistance to wo
men; female medical missionaries: femalt
schools; tbe admrsion of women to
university examinations; tbe abolition by
law of child-marriages; the pure gotpel
taught to the whole community; native
Christian helpers lu abundance, and anew
fashion to be set by the (imperial courts and
THE FOREIGN FOLIO.
England and Germany Looking at Each
Other With Blood in Their Eyes
The Rioting Between the Cath- S38
ollcs and Orangemen at
(j EH If ANY.
Lonpov, Aturust 23. The Times, com
menting on the Berlin North German Gaz
ette's article referring to the attacks of the
Fl ench Journals on Germany and declaring
that, France alone threatens tho peace of
Europe, says that the irritation shown by
the latter paper cannot be explained by the
reason assigned, as the French press, upon
tho whole, has been very moderate in re
gard to Germany. The article is ralher an
expression of general Impatience at the con
duct of the Fieiich, and ought to convince
them that their expeditions in various parts
of the world do not add In
the smallest degree to their influence In
Europe. The article of the North German
Gazette has startled Paris, alarmed Ku
i ope, and causes prices on the Bourse of
Paris, Vienna aud Berlin to fall. Tho
press everywhere expresses surprise at tho
Gazette's attack on France and wonders
what its object is. Tho French papen re
pel the charges contained In the article, and
Intimate that Franco Is better prepcred now
to say that Bismarck la seeking a pretext
for a quarrel or an imposition of fresh
army burdens, The Austrian press asks U
the article means war. The English Jour
nals think the warning was overdone and
the cause for it iusuthY.lcnt. It would not
be wise, they tay, to attach too much tig
ni cleaned to the article.
London, August 23. Gladstone stated
this afternoon In the House of Commont
that Waddlngton, the French Ambassador,
ha.1 ilven asaurance to tho British govern
ment that Shaw would have cverv facility
for conducting his defense and France
would do her utmost to close the Incident.
The Irish tramways bill passed l
House of Lords thlt afternoon,
(OALHRIDOR RIO Id.
London, August 23. Tho rioting be
tween the Catholics aud Orangemen wat re
newnd last night at Coalbridge. The po
lice cheeked tho disturbance! ani made
Paris, August S3. Tho Telegraph lays
that Waddlngton, tha French imbaaiador
In London, has la formed Granville, the
British Minister of Forge In Affairs, that
Shaw, tbe British mlttlonary, wbo Is a
prisoner of tbe French la Madagascar, wat
arrested ts dlgulUry of tbe Hev govern
ment and not si a Blltlsh subject. Shaw
had access to tho praremeot'i couuell and
It Is charged Uiat U sxoited Ui Uovaa to
tr.salat Ihe datoassisi at ttW IYsjBOB.
mu l.onu tn Hav Hie Unlahia Teaapla
o-Jcla) la I .
San Krancimco, (sil., August 23. Tao
Knight Templar tilled up five steamer!
yesterday with 7,000 of their number, and
enjoyed an excursion about the bay. Be
iir the steamers ninteen yacht!
were detailed for service, and carried
out about tyXI knikhu. Last evening the
grand banquet recurred. To-day the com
mittee on selecting a place for the conclave
reported ill favor of St. Loui, and
indications point to an approval of tbil
choice on the part of the encamp
ment. 'I here is a piospect of a lively row
lu the election of oiticurs to-day be
tween (iranil Master Dean, ol
Mune, and (iran.l Recorder Parvln, ol
Iowa, who are candidates. Dean brought
charges of insuhordiualton airainst tbe
(iraml Recorder for sending offensive let
ters to tliu various coinmandcries, reflect
ing on the Grand Master.
Cole v. The hronlele
Sr. Lous, August 23. George W
Cole, a detective who established a detee
the and collecting agency in 1 his city last
spring, tiled a suit against the Chronicle
Publishing: company in the Circuit court
to-day for fOO.OuO. This it tbe amount at
which i be estimates the damage done kit
business by the article published in tha
Chronicle on the 2tith of April latt.
There are three items of $20,000 etoh IiUm
New Yoit August 23. Elizabeth Cam
eron, 2-1 yeai old, waa shot through the
head and instanliy killed In her apartment!
at No. Wi Liehth avenue this morning by
Geo. n atty, 44 year! old. After killing
her B atty then shot himself through tbe
heart and fell dead across her body. Tbe
cause of the murder and tulclde U un
known. Failure ol an Oil Firm.
Xkw York, August 23. A. S. Joaet
i Co.. New street, were aueounced at the
New York Mining and National Petroleua
Exchange and at the New York Petroleua
Exchange on account of their inability In
meet their contract. About 200,000 bar
rels of oil have closed out for their ac
count. Qoaranllue Ordered M Mobile.
Mobile, Ala., August 23. Upon tho
receipt of the news of tho discovery of yel
low fever at Peiisacola, the Mobile Board ol
Health recommended the establishment of a
quarantine against that place and tbe eov
eminent reservation. The proclamation
was accordingly made.
A Hoy Held Keaponalbte.
Sr. Lous, August 23. The coroner's
verdict to-day on the deaih of August Mri
sel, the saloon-keeper, holds Henry Alt
meycr, aged fifteen, responsible for hit
death, as hi died from ibe effects of a blow
on the head with a stone said to have bee
thrown by Aluueyer.
The Work ol an Ineendlary.
Cincinnati. August 23. An incendiary
fire at Sunnyslde coal mine caused a loss,
yesterday, of $10, 000. Iusuratice $0,000.
Mrs. Jrber, sixty years old, teeing the
fire, died from fright.
AUGUST 23, 18S3.
HOGS-Receipts 14,000; tlow tnd weak;
packers doing very littie; Mario lower;
light $6 30o4- N"i; rough packing $4 70G)
4 7,'i; heavy packing and shipping $6Cj
CAJ'TLE-Reeelpt 7.500; fairly fcctl
and firm; exports lOoiM o; goud to bee
shipping $.' T.Viij UO; common to fairfl
CATTLE The offering! during tbe
greater part of tbe forenoon consisted al
most entirely of stale cattle left over,
from the day previous. Fresh arrival!
were scarce, but between forty and fifty
loads were due to arrive iu course of thsa
dav. Exporters (3 75 00; pood
to heavy do 25. ; light to fair $4 7.VJ
4 c: common to medium $4 40f4 10; fair
to good Colorado $4,, 10; southwest SI 7A
to is;,; 2i-:tss Texan 1 iVai 00; light to
good stoekers $1 "iuil 7i; fair U good feed
ers ;t ",vr4 2ft; common to choice native
cows and heifer (3 00ra3 H. seaUawagt ttt
anv kind $2 2.V2 00; good butcher steers
anil spayed heifers $4(d4 40.
HOGS weak and loww. Light to
good Yorkers $5 70; eanmon rough
mixed to good packint $4 UMsft 00; butch
ers' K lbKD.) 20; IMiiiadoiptrtaa $6 I.Vaio 20;
skips and culls $4 50i24 To.
sil EEP Common, medfosn snd light
$2 fiuo-oa 3,.; fair to good 14 2M3 70; prime
$U4 2.i ; fair to cood Texan $5 5160;
stoekers $1 H; lambs $1 Ubtrfu 76.
WHEAT Lower; cloaiag at SI 01 V
August; ri 02V September; $1 04 i Oo
tober; $1 oti November; $1 OIK year.
CnR.N-lrrcgular; W V August; 60
September; i0 Hi October; 4.U4 Novem
ber; 40 ' vear; 47 S May.
OA'l : Lower; 2tii August; 2W Sep
tember; 20S October; 20 year; 20 V May,
gust; $IO'i'. September; $10lV Octo
er; $1 Il'f November; $10ri vear.
ColiN-lrregular; 4.'iS b. August; 4flSep
tenber; 4tiS October; 43'i November;
41 H year; 44 H b. Mav.
OATS-lligher:2.V i.. August; 23 Si Sep
D'lnUTj 2.'i' b. Ouiober; 23i year; 2tf K
WHEAT August none; September
$1 1; October tl 20Vi ; Novemler$l 22H .
coltN -Atik'ust none; September B3ij
October this ; November H2V.
o l'"--August nonej Srptember Kk
October X November )si.
tun u Iry rroditca.
lUTTKIi-Civamerv sells at ldorai fer
choice lo fancy tn 22 forelrctlon; seconds
at dairy rates; dalrv at I.VaM' for chotc to
fancv; fair to good I0ia12; common tMIO.
Country packed Slow, choice at Wol0.
auuiuiiti iVit". Receipt 5tl,rt.b. Offer
ing larife, mid m.irkei quiet and steady,
POULTRY-Limited: market glutted
ivllh all descriptions, aud only a limited
amount of large spring chicken selling.
We quote I he range I'ii' I 2A for small spring
uhletens, $1 ftOrrtl 7i for fair to good, ii
for choice, and fancy large $2 2.1) Old Cock!
Yi Mrt'l T. I'kul i'.'' for mixed, and V'l 114
d &o for hens; Sprliu: dueks $2V.V(j 7fi.
EGGS Tn-diiv receipt t'i6 pks. Un
ehanged, but dull and weak; sales of choice
marks were at lie
t iv kh pool
Mark Laue Wheat not much doing; corn
steady. Red winter and California wheat
off coast advanced ,'tiaXld; red winter wheat
and mixed American com to arrive ad
vanced itwtld. Spot wheat I dull
and easier) No. a spring 9 2d. No. 1
spring none In marker ) Western winter 9a
3d. Mixed Western corn firm at ot M.
Demand from tha United Kingdom au4
Continent not much doing In wheat ami
moderate fur oorm. Weather In Kn gland
hoary. Cilfra!s wtaaoA ttsailswd Is),