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CAIRO, ILLINOIS TUESDAY MORN I NO, AUOUST 23. 1M3
LLiNOIS CENTRAL H. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis anil Chicago.
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9 DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connkotion
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The Saturday af'r-
tauped Iv Sundav iMefvetilti;
onni) train from aim arrive :u M.w 1 ' .
noruiuuat Pi:. Tnu.) r.t hour tu a.!vfnt of
ty-Xor through tioket. at d furt'.-rr ttrorii.atlur ,
ai.tov at IlilnoiP Central liai.mad I), pot.t a:ro.
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".NOTE Chan.- a will be pu'ilipued Iroiu
time to lime In city ppper. ?!;;;:,l:,';'.r'':.ll':
Ciirdlnuly. W M. M. ML Kl 111, 1 . M,
fpHEClTY NATIONAL HANK.
71 OHIO LCVKK.
A General Iiankinff Business
THOSJ W. IfAJ.liUJAY
INTEUl'HISE SAVING HANK.
BXCLUS1VKLV A SAVlXtiS HANK.
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IS j "TV T 5 2
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Tin mHt THwfiiul AritiHnptio
WILL Pit R VENT THK CHOLERA.
The most powerful An
I imcptic UK- ut w h 1 1: h
I chemistry has produced.
! Ii mm clilnr Inter
! nally or externally r n
i ders all It r.i nun In con
I lad with, piiru, pwcet
j Slid Clean,- -the. proline
I linn of discasr-germa
1 cease uml thu pull nt
ilTItlH III' Mseasi
It In a fact esUhliphcd
liy Science 'hut many
tlpcatp are Introilii-cd
by piitrlllratl'iii, which
ri-pruiliici Itself anil
VI hut) lined on I,-lccr,
Scaldn. Hurna, Emptloni
ami Hiittm It ilnjiii all
I'aiu, aweeteiia thu tartn
and promotea the rapid
lormalioti of b e a I t h y
iiropogatcs th" iliscapu
In i-vur widening circles
These d'ararut eerier
ale 'it scion anil fill the
air wiib Oi mh. Such In
that dread Terror.
which In now devastat
ing the Kant and nil
vunriiii; on tin mission
of death rapidly toward
our shore, other di- '
cases of th paine xirt
arc II; phtheia, 1 jpli- !
old Ki'Vi-r, srnrlet Kcvcr, j
Sum l l'ox. M c a I n
i'Ihu. etc. Ail then' t:en
crati: ( uiitajKiii. Oilier '
rilneanei' H e ve r and)
Axue. Ma arini Fever, I
uic , aripe from conla
KHlll W hU'll COIIteH nf
dnmpiicni. uiihelihy lt- (
uat mini or uiicieaiiin f. '
In txooMire in a nek
room. ( i-dar, Clonel or
st'ili e pur flea the .'.t
liinf pliere and Crlvea
away the f ini' of li
i:HfK and death.
Taken Internal!: It
jiuritlep the Moma h,
Kiviim it tone and
healthy vior It in l ua
llmi. it ciiri-w in'linedi iu
When uai'd bp a I.mii n
it di Plrnja all Kre' i.le
au 1 ll.otch - pNidut.ini;
t'ertllP, leavlllli the pklll
clear, white and t'a i
pnrent ap that ef a little
All il.epe 1 ) ! -Hf .-pi ran
be cured only by mop
piiiH ihe priiduriliin ol
I'lpeape Oeriii" and de.
ptrovini; thoe already
produced. Hoth tliepe
rcuip are acrompiiphi A
ny the ii.e ot rroi. I
Darby preparation of -
Iiiitaeif; Add mid i. hlo 1
ItrPtiiliTi all it
coihpp In eon-
i act uitli Pure
ririe. known ai
Spare doe i ot permit u to Lame of the ucp to
which thi t'r- at (ierin-deptrnver i applii able.
Ak your liriiL't,'!! fur primed mailer defiripme
of In uefulne-(, or audieap
J. II. ZK1I,IX .Si CO ,
Manufariurlni; hetr.iM, I'll 1 1. A U K LIH I A .
rJcent per bottle. Pint Ilottle. II. HI.
uiri'ALAiu son LTV,
jUKKKA! EUHKKA ! !
SCBSTITFTK FOR LI KK INS!'!:
WIDOWS' & OJirilANS
Mutual Aid Society,
Urgani.'l.iulv lHli. 1K77. Endcr td I..ia,
the ite of Illinoin. l'opvri'liti d .lul
'J, 1 : 7 7 , 1'lider Aetofi'dtiu'rcfp.
JAS. S. MrOAHKY..
,1 II. KillilSMlN....
,1 . A OtiLnSTISK..
W. II. MAIthAN I
J. S I'KTHIK ( "
E1J. II. WHITE .
. . . lm Vice I'rep'd
. .-.'lid Vice I'reu'l.
... Medical Advi"r
...ApniMant becrel uy
KJKCUTl VJ': COM M IT TKK
W . .
F. PITCH I'.li.
1IOAUII OK MANAIiEliH:
J. A. Oiildptlin.'. of OoldPtine K liopeiiwa'er. whole-
ale aud retail drv good, etc. ; Ja. S. MeOaliey,
lumbur Oeuler; W-n. F. Pitcher, general airetit;
Albert Lewi, dealer in flour and train; I. S.
Thoina". Iinekhver; Moe plililipp. coniri'ior
aud builder; II A Chutuliley, grocer. T;op.
Lewin, aecretarv and aitornev-at law ; A'. II.
Marean, II muiathic vhynriaii ; II Sa ib r, of
Sander Son. erocer; It, U Haird. atrei" miper
MPiir; l-.d H White, app't ec. W. A O. M. A. So
ciety; . I. W. Spier, lumber and iw-mill; r. L.
Oernlgon. barber: K. IS- Dietrich, clerk V., St. L.
P. It. It.; M. Kolner. merchant tailor; .Ml' M.
Clark, dealer In w' all-paper aud w induw nhadep; ,1.
K. Ingllph, coniraciur and builder; WiilT. Ib'd
burn, of Mor A IteiUniru, cigar numifarttin m;
F. Vincent, dealer In Hme and cement; L A.
l'nelp. photoi-rapher; W.C. Jnrelyn, denli-t, S
It. Taher, ml'g. jeweler; . I. II Itobiuon, J. P. and
notary public; J. S. Peine, pliy'ician: II. W.
Hoptwick, luMiranre agent: K. K. Jarboe. foreman
St. Ua mains, and E E, Walhridge, lumber and
paw-mill, of Cairo; II. Leigliton, nihir Nit.
Ibtiik, Stuart, I iwa; Itev. F. A. Wilkeraon, Pryu
burg, Ky.; J.W. Tarry, phvlclan. Fulton. Kv
(dTY GUi STORE"
Oldest In the city; estahlished in 18fi2.
' Ci.m'l Ave , between Mth and Pith Sta,
MANl'FACTL'REIl A t RALE It IN ALL KINDS
Amnmtil'.loiiof all doner p'tmi alwuva on baud al
(leneral repairing In all kindp of melaU. Key
nf all decriitions made to order, and satlpfaetlon
warranted, tiivu me a call, and be convinced for
yoiiraelf, at the a gn or the "1110 til'.N,"
JOHN A. KOK1ILKH.
fil tlra Pronrlelor, Cairo, 111.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
ttth HtrcO', between Coni'l Ave. mid Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMUNITION.
2 LaNM'H 4fllMr
V NOT GUILTY!
The St. Louis Saloon Men Score a
Judge Uoonaa Benders a Deoiaioa in th
Test Case Aaothnr LoBt Girl
A Jealous Young Ladj
St. Lwifl, Augiiat 27, Jtidjre Nooti ui
to dy delivered hl opialon In the Lemp
cjlc. Tbc eourt room was thronged ni :tl n -ly
with paloon men. The deeinlon, ufter
rr-e.flius the ppction (No. 5 of tbe act of
Murch H, IHKl) they are acruaed of vnilu
Ta Ute bavlng introduced ceituln evl
dere tendtiiK to ptablisti a charge ,uM the
drtttiKlaiit otiier evident' tu disprove, it In
rrfed by rioth aldin thai the law regulating
Uin Inntrui tlons tit he jrivn to the jury lu I
be detrrminwl by th court, althnusb do
fpnditnt mnkfii the follovin(r demurrers;
1. That the fifth aoctioti of tlie Iiovt iiiii;'
act arypliff ooty to adratn-nhnp keetier,
and that tbe defendanl'ii liceiipc a mieh
waa void, as it waa lsued bv thf colli :
tor of revi Bue in plxus of tbe miinleipal
2. Thai Hiiid licerne wus, even if
Ixitind by competent authority, roid from
eerUlu condilloiia nut hiving bf-en noiulied
3. That, in brlof, tho 1307 art override
lb I)oinlni law.
Jndge Soocan orpT-rul es demurrer rutin
ber oie on the precedent of a pre-.U, Iv
siiitilar cse- State ;Jt ret, verui II iumi
blt wherein tbe courts held it to lie tbe
duty of tbe collector to eiiforvethedr.ini'
pbop ordiaaoors, cU..
The )i)de Httt no nvrlt in dem'trr r
number two, a prewitription that the con
dtUoo had boen cotnplicxl with in but f.tir.
H it ever that my bo the court "will not
iu a proeredim of tbta character permit the
eoUs-ctor' Ircvnse to le attached collateral
ly; btstde dtt'endent la now otopped fron
avicnimj that his Jjenne Is an invalid on
afuu- bit bating accepted and aeted under
Th third oVmnrrer In more itn ortaut.
Tb act of 1S7 made a (oral and ppeelul law
appTirabie to the ebf of St. Louis und the
Brat qutiosi ta betbr It-jrlilation piiLpc
quentto ft repealed it. No act. of the
Lcgiitlauire had done no. When it piiw l.
prohibitory eoantmenta were ta force, and
It wym wtiile vlewinj; them that It, a upeoal
act, was pawed, Ft cflld not be repealed
by any tE'txral act. In conclusion, the
tad;e ltnitnicted the Jury to find the de
fendant not ipiihy, which verdict was
Jtaotkor ntiMlBK Utrt.
St. Iouts. Aogurst 'Z7. Loul 01i.cu,
eollnctor for Glonoy Brotu , glaas works. in-furnx-d
the aotice lust nigui Uiat bia duuli
ter, Be.rtha, agtrl of 17, bd twn mlsin,'
slaoe tbe nljjhl before., having
at that time left the employ of W. T. C.
liBl, al the laUrJa Mtjrsottlo. Tbe prl
kvl bem a'orkinr; for Canlll as a mn-vant at
hla houtie, 2114 Olive at rent, and bad a lover
who TiaiKxl uer three or four
limrn a week. List week
tbe visits were long in Jural. on, and it won
aufgeated to KiTtha tht sbe nbnukl shorten
tb'ia. The girl iidwnattry revolved
asairutt tbe luterfemtioe with ber aocial life,
and aj told the rMt rntixt be ahorter or
she would ba toffo. She went and
trot Den aaro Hloce. A bkitory of the clrl,
aa obuined from ber father, i that she nai
iilwayi wilfoi and dturp-apcrtful; that ahc
beain troaioliwitae ber parent were
comps-lteri to toll her to leave tbe bouse,
which arte did a ateort whfle a?o, pnltp? to
work for Mr. CariiM. A yonn? man named
Christian Atictoraoti, who hat
boarded for four month with the Olsens,
and who cu Bertha' lover, U auspuetid
aa having aouietbins; to do with her dl'ap
peamnne. They were encatrod to bo mar
ried. Mil be wedding day had never been
named. Berth t di-fTibed aa hein(r five
fee and two toehea tali, with dark nkln,
brown eyes and black hair, tiutiRed; a
Htrwbrrv birth-mark on her riht cheek
wtxa rte U-ft Cahlll't. in tiack allk with
white rywr-drei and a enished-strawberry
Jenlonay Had siafelde.
Uanyiixb, N. Y.. An'unt 27. Th
iivqueirt ti the case of Mis Sarah DeVen
bocker, wbo conimlUed suicide last week
by taking morphine, pb that tor some
weeks paMt tuo Ktrl hl been disturbed iu
mind from J vUouay of her lover? and fearn
of diMcrtion. Kor over a year the had Ix-en
intiraite with Frank Seliubtiiehl, Jr., and It
was irencrally supposed that an enirvgc
meBt existed between tlicm. On Monday
tibfct lant be called npou her at nliotit 1Q
o'clock and remained until nearly midnight.
He testifies that ahe asked hint whether bi
intended to marry her, and that he re
plied In the negative. She told him that
he that he would be sorry for bis deniaiou,
nd hlddins him ?ood nijrht, ahe went In
to the house. At about '2 o'clock.
DKK CONIWnos Ws DISCOVF.IlKl),
and, denplte i-y.-ry renieily, she died at II
o'clock the same day. Two letters were
read at the inquest which show that the act
had been contemplated for some time. The
first reads as follows;
"Should I die and not be able to sei'or
speak to any one, I wish to have my plain
cold rlnr left on the third tinker of the left
band and my hair tin linked the same way
ll(it I have Worn It every day, tied wliii
while riuhon. Should Frank be unkind to
tun between this day an then return the
pen he pave to ran
WITH MY Ct'HSie,
and If there la any such thluir aa cmiliitr
buck to hitu 1 will do so. I woti'd like to
bu dressed Iu while. ' ' The other, written
on a scrap of paper, evidently Just after
taklm; the fatal dru, is as follows: "I
have had Joy ami sorrow. I have proved
what lifo could give. I havo loved and been
beloved; I am Nick and hcrtre. and
weary. Let mn sleep, but deep, deep,
ncvr to wake more. I have gone mad, I
love voti, let nte die." Tho last clause was
evidently written after thn dm; had been
Kai.KiGH, N. (J., Aujtt.st S7. Thii
morning Henry Jottea was hauged for the
murder of Deputy Sheriff AlvU II. Itlako
last year. Tbe execution waa private.
Joueg m ule a profession of religion, and
was remarkably aolf-poaseanil hefont
the execution and on the gallows, Death
ensued In twenty minutes front itratnaka-
lion. Jour wa SI year old atitJfw
DPCBTIm rrsmtdpot auli Parry. -"
Camp Upitjh (Ikvnrh Hahin, Wy. T.,
tin I.IVINghtom, M. T., Aueiint a.-- ur
ernnp remainH to-day anioiiL-st the pine) ticra
of the heconil mesa alove Kirn Hole river.
It l nearly at the bead of thn 1'pper iiey
lerlioiin, wUhin slRht aixi aeariu of ihi
oldT'allliful tii yper. A lt bleakf;ist waa
the reward for yesterday' lone mireri ovr
a dusty trail and through burned and fallen
timber. To-dsVn examination nf the won-
deri liere began at an hour considerably J
later than the one usual for our dul y start
on the mireh. Ited.ro 1 o'elnek lunelieon
tbe President and most ot the member of
the parly hud
US IIUU.SKHACK KXI'I.OMICH
Dearly all this bttHin. They were retarded
by twin;; present at thn Irriiud (ieyser at tno
time nf one of ila irrentest ei tipiiotip, tbe
three gi.iiita bcinz sinciiUneotHy in ac.tlou.
The ci iter of thn tiiaud is about thirty fe-et
In diuiiieler and the heigh , of Hie ejented
ciliim;tV(vaief la nearly ;ij feet. To-day
there were eight eruption., the time of the
whole being forty-lo minutes. This af
ternoon the l'reaidetit. Secretary of War,
Gen, Sheridan and several ilhera of tbe
party went to
IIKIX',4 llAUf ACkK,
about a mile from hern, to vl-ii the fain ms
Slu ridin tiever, which became active only
three jears ao. It was described liy
Professor I'eal as a hot upring In
which biittrrlles, crasaboppera ami iticinaU'
olijects were rapidly encrusted with di pos
its of silica pnnde. A baronet tiM diseov
ered tiial sprili(:, and it had becotne an ac
tive ge.vpcr the Mitnuier of tii u. She riilan'o
first viit to the park, and it nas ii.nued in
honor of tbi (ieiieral "Old Faithful,'' nud
bas io-day be' ii laundre-s oft lie coiniuand'a
artiirlcs nf eUiihitiK thrown Into her ei aii r.
Wlienri luiti' il In her fitful bumorthi y are
Hashed perfectly clean. It is aihisul,
however, that Norn of .ilk or nnolen be
uot plven to her to wash, as they are ti-ti-ally
either torn Into shreda or not returne.J
al all. Tbe President and all of the mem
bers of the party ate well and enjoy jut
haps as much as anything else their eve
u.nr's galbering aiuund thu social e.in
The Kut&ll Marl lor llouin.
Sax Kit.wci.scu, .usnt 27. Thn las,t
important event of the KnttMits Templar
conclave was the prand prae drill yeater
day afternoon, In w bieh tbe le Molays, of
Louisville, won the limt prl2e. Tb" Mis
aotiri Templar start home this evening in a
special car loaded down with fruits and
wine, the (,'ifts of friends. All the party
return by this train except (iover
uor Fletcher, who foes fretn lure to
Oregon and tbeiieo U Alaska, and possi
bly Grand Commander Tabard, who
fell down In tbc street yesterday with acon
(jestive chill. Sir Knieht Aglar.of St. Louis,
took one of tbe prizes. Tbe Misaottriatis are
prently pleased with tbe warm reception
given them here, and alvo with tbe selection
of St. Louia for tbe next eotwdave.
TII K M:w YORK TRKSkS.
Current Commonta of tb
F.fltlons VeaUnlar An
Nkw Yoitk. August 27. The World
sas: "The rtjxirt of the proposed cap
ture of th Presidential party by bandit
cow-boys Is probably a little Isll premature.
The real design of these cow-boys, in ur
opinion. as to wait until Mr. Yillanl and
his Uiree bundrvd guests. Including all ol
the wealth nf Hie l ulled -Slate and the no-
Miit uf Kurnpe, bad ase.uiQlcd to wittiem
tbe driving of the golden spike on tho
Nortbtrn Pacitie and then corral the whoki
crowd. We doubt whether the whokn
Presidenlial pat tv are worth a qtwter of a
million cit-h A-ci-ts, whereas a million apsw
would be a low estimate for the Villard
parly. If the bandits should, after takinq;
them, agree tn coinproins with them at
IMS cents on the dollars thw would give
them a hundred million dollars with which
they could come to New York aud at once
enter nnr best poclety. No one who know
aiiytnin. of the genial and broad-gaum
constriietinn of tbe Western eow.boy would
ever accuse him uf HtiKiping to such small
Came as a qturter of a million, when ih
Ylllard party was Insight,"
The Sun ay: "Ten year ago J iah
T. Walls wis a ni"Uibnr of Congress from
Floriibi, After the restoration of home rule
to the i'C disuni ted states he and oihern
who h id ei'enpii d seats In tbe Ilmi'tp of
U-pres. m itues went Into rciin-ment.
Walls ab indined til ' t i de o' politics like
a sensible man, and turned his titteulion
elsewhere. Last year hi. farm in Florida,
on which labor 'is the rH'incital
capital expend'''', yielded a clear r'Ycnuo
of jS.O'rt. This in an example of what In
dustry and thrift caitldo wlxm applied with
a manly pinp. It h an encouragement
to tbe colr.red people if t e South to go ami
do likewise, and to become Independent of
politic and politicians. The South abounds
in npporiun tles for tho black rw:e, an I the
aulolivisioii of the great plautatitnia into
small farms will put II in th" power of tho
poor, who are willlne to work and Improve
their condition., to become prnprletots of
Tin- Tribune nays: "A sidid South la not
iiiIi a great advantage ivjter ail. Hardly
woril) resorting lo violence, lutitnidaliou
and frind to pcpe'ale, for so long a the
South Is solidly Heinoeratic this uotnlillon
will continue, There can lie no motive to
lake a candidate for cither of the tw o high
nilices from that section. They must bo
taken from doubtful stales for tbe winning
of (Inuhtful votes, WJtncs Indiana, a
doubtful and Important state, furnishing
mr're lieniocrntic candidates than any otln r
h:il -l"Z"H stall's, and candidates too nf die
must wlsliy-waliy character. We are pUd
to see Southern Ic luiicratlr ncwppiipcra
wik ug np to a proper seuse of their party
rciittiima. For the highest oilices In t liu
g iViMiiment ibey are now practically de
fi ani'lilsed. And this will eoiitintie so long
as the Democracy can count upon a solid
South Willi such certainly that Ibev do not
feel lln need of making Hie least account of
Southern opinions or preferences. "
The Herald says; "When the working
ln tniiu loses a dity's pay for I he sake of
marching In a procession that has l;eeu t
'.'iitilxcd for the purpose ot affcuiug puidic
opitilnn 11 Ik i,afo In assume Unit he believes
ibn procession will make gooi! Ids loss cllh
er al oiiiiB or lVr. Thn grand lurii-nut
aiinotmned for Wednesday, the 2!tb Inst.,
is said to liu for the purpose nf showing
capitalists that it la Uscloss for lucin to try
to deprive men of their Uv;al rlgtitu, It U
quit i necessary that (nen with money
Jiotitd, be ntadn to know that no amount of
cusli In bank or registered Issnds at Wash
(ugton nan Justify themselves Iu defiance of
the law or disregarding the rights of tbe
men who work. Hut how will a procession
have tbi effect? TH Herald, which wo,uld
rather sen a caplulrst made poor than bars
any wurklhgman deprived o tbc rigid
wbioli are hit under tho Uw, (rlflibs which
gave the workman a obaoee to uv mvuey
ll'" r"""'"" nn aj.
&KarM HART C ni'R uu.
K Sensational Humor About Her Dtioov
ory-Confliothag Statomeuta of Train
Mon-Waa It BheP CaWsjj
Sr. Louis, A turns t 27. The finding of
Miss Mary Chnrvhill, the missing girk,
was known on the street In the early part
nf the morning. It waa talked of every
where, tbe newspapers bulletined It, and a
thousand questions were asked eoneornlng
the disappearance and reappearance of tho
fair youn,' creature. Thcearlle-t Informa
tion came In thi shape;
Kkoki-K, A intuit 27.
Misa Mary Churchill found here Hill
morning. She h now on her way homo
with her mother on thn Keokuk and North
western train, and will reach St. Loul this
The train would arrive at f:00 p. in.. It
was ascertained, but aa tbla would be too
late, efforts were mvle to obtain some In
formation from the train w hile It was en
route. The conductor waa telecraoaed at
Clarksville and lent tbe following brief
Yes. It i Mary Churchill, and I will de
liver her to Mr. Churchill at Union depot.
: A. KoitKKR,
r-rw-v Cwuuetor No. I.
In nnswer to a requnt for a description
of tli girl a telegram came detailing her
dress and personal appearance, which ex
actly tallied with the description of Miss
Churchill. The father was apprised of tho
fuel, and there was a rrtnior down town to
the effect that the had been found, but cans
was taken not to raise hi hopes too high,
lest, when b" went to tbe I'nion depot, ho
he might suffer a disappointment, Ho
remained at home all day, and
declared hi inluntion to be at tbe
depot on tho arrival of the triln.
A reporter called at Mr. Churchill's
ofijee, where the story was at first dis
credited. Later Charles Smith, secretary
of the Anthracite Coal company, was con
vinced from tbe evidence b.-ooght before
him that the girl was on the train. He de
nied, however, that her mother was with
ber, the mother not having left the dty
since the girl's disappearance. Mr. Smith
said he did not kuown that Muts Churc
hill bnd any relatives In Keokuk, but be
lieved she had some school friends there.
He did not know wbo tbc lady was with
her. Nothing was kuowr. of the circum
stance of the dixappcurance, and all that
could be done was lo await her arrival and
hear the story from ber own lips.
When tbe Keokuk und North Western
train pulled into tbe Union depot at 5:05
o'clock last evening it found
a largo aixl curious crowd
awaiting It. Aiming the pawengeri who
alighted from It were an ohl
lady and a girl resembling
very much the nVscrtptlon given to the
puhlio o Mary Churchill. They
proix'eded lo the carriage
stand on the north of Uie depot, and taking
tbe first carriage tb camo to,
gave thu driver director, aud were
soon off. where, no oik; savo themselves
ran tell. Conductor Harris who brought In
the train, was seen. Herald he waa sure
il was Mary Churchill. A hrakeman
on tbe samn train was also
interviewed. He said tbat tbe train bad
been flagged at the (irand Avenue
erosainir, and that Colonel
'litirehill had hoarded the train Uiere and
pronounced tbe passenger wbo wis Said to
ne bis dairgbter aa a stranger to him.
This, la all tbe Information that could be
gleaned, except that a depot policeman
stated to a reporter tbat the strange girl
answered the mrsaing girl's dcacriptlon.
rslTDKNNB D TKLEKRAHM.
Flyaway apd. Jreeland wore winners at
There waa a heavy frost at Johnsbtrrg,
Vt., Monday night.
-John W. njtrelow, of New York, was
found !.-.i ,.i le d at fita cottage In Now
port on Sunday.
Tho huo of standard silver dollars from
the Unite-d States mint, ending August
2"i, Is W2,9,.0. PV tie corresponding
p -riod last year, f 12,600.
William Nickens deliberately commit
ted anici do yesterday at Loudon, O., by
throwing biuiMlf on the track before a
rapidly moving freight tran.
Dick Uddell occupied tho witness
st and. strain yesterday at the Frank Jiuuee
trial. He was subjected to a rigid croaa
examination by the defensn.
I'aliU lUtlrsMMi Accident.
t 'incnim ATI, August 27. A Times-Star
social from SteubonviUo, Ohio, says there
was an aorldent on tbe Pan Handle road
this morning aear Mingo Junction within
one hundred yards of tho groat disaster of
78. The eautsboond freight, which was
ton minutes lat", ooHided with the Cincin
nati express passenger train, wliloh was on
time. Roth engines and one postal oar
wero wrecked. F.neineor Charles Woolf.of
penlsnn, Ohio, and clerks William Mf
N'cwnuii aud John It. Hoyt, both of Indi
anapolis, were injured, Hoyt fatally.
Killlora In Ltnitvo.
Cincinnati, August 27. Dr. J. C.
Heck, a member of the board of health,
caused warrants to bo Issued for the arrest
nf It. It. Koss and I. Ii. ticssncr, of the
Penny Poat, for criminal libel, tbat paper
having printed statements that Beck bad
received pay for, making appointment.
Koss surrendered to the authorities to-day,
(iessurr Is. not at home.
CoNi'niiu, Mass., August 27. Five of
the one hundred polled cuttle two hundred
and seveiity-th.-eo thorougbrcd Galloways
owned by lonari Ilrotlier, of Ml. Leon
aid, Saline county, Mo., died Saturday
und Sunday of supposed poisoning, uuil
several more are affected. A bag ot
pai is green has been ouud sixittered about
Aa lllrplmul Keeper Kllleat.
CiNCiNNAii, August 27. This morning,
as Henry Packard, nf Hartford, Conn,, an
employe nf Itanium's circus, was In tho
act of reeding the animals at thn show
irruiid hero one ot thn elephants turned
upon him. with lis trunk and crushed In
three of his ribs, Packard was taken to
thn hospital, where he died at noon.
John llrown Druak.
Milan, Ind., August 27, slob n Brown,
who was ilrnnk, fired at a telegraph opera
tor of the Ohio and Mississippi ofttce last
night, missed him and hit David Allen,
killing him Instantly.
Oscar WllaVa PUjr st rallnrty
Nkw York, August a". Oscar Wilde's
play, "Vera, " at tho Uulon Sqiiaro thea
re. Iu flmled out al laeendfll
r riKhilBs; over m aUcM-sf-Way.
Manninuton, W. Va., Aurtcrt XX. -a
There was a bloody riot here on tteterrdms1
between a party of mmtartnea from Bu
falo crcok on one side and the town polios,
and a large number of citizens on that
other. Knives, rcvosyers, clubs and.
atones were freely used and the rtet r
suited In serious would to half a dosed
of the corabaiauU. Walter Furbee was:
fatally hurt. The trouble grew out
the obstruction of the turnpike, which
runs through tho town, by the town
authorities. This obstruction- bas for
long time beon a source of great hoon
miicnce to the lumber men. Tbetr
petition to the town council for re
dress notXhaving been granted the
determined to take the affair Into their '
Haalau, the Oaranajua.
Cincinnati. Aug ist 27. Hanlaa re
turned to Toronto last evening aud aayi be
Is tired snd will rest a few days. He goea
to Carlton Place regatta on September ,
and after that to Cincinnati. No official ar
rangements have been made regardln; arks
race with taycock, bu' Hanlan says he wtll
So to Australia to row Uy cock if reasona
ble expenses are paid. Hanlaa will not
row another race In which there are mure
than three starters. He says the pronpeets
of the race at Luchinn between OourtiMf
and himself for $;;,00J am no brtghtnr.
NEWS FROM AFAR.
London, August 27. The Tlraee says
the release of Slilow tins ltritiah nvUMtonary
In Madagasicar, who was taken prtHoncr by
the French, settles a TamaUve difficulty
which should never have arisen. The
Times says France is really athirst for
peace, aud tbe article of tbc North German
Gazette attacking bur, therefore, was
a paintkh ukad.
London. August 27. August Rndel,
tho German painter, is deij.
London, Au-ust 27. The amount el
bullion gone into die. bunk of England n
balance to-day was 105,001).
tUSKA.SKl) CAITLB. '"
Liveui'ool, August 27. The eattle
brought bore by the steamer Ontario from
Moui real wero aluughiiited as It was gray,
peeled that they were inflioted with Tena
Si . Tki KliHiii Kii, August 27. Advises
from KkaieriiioMlay, tbe some of the rteent
riot against the .lews, savg that US botues
were w recked and plundered during the
progress of tho riots. The lowies suMalned
by the .Ijwm are estimated at 611,000 roub
les. The fourteen flussratw wbe were
wounded by the troop iu quelling the -break
have since died, malting the totel
killed 2S. Numerous eSMea of Jew batttatg
are reported elxew uere at KkTOertBeesan,
but the police and troops are acting vKa
energy, in most tnntances the rtot Is
promptly suppressed. There have been at
tempts at outrages agahmt the Jews at
Rerchadi, however. Eiifhty houses of the
Jews were tired. Their former kmatee
are without shelter and are suffetins; crest
Maoisid, August 27. Thsre is sa in
creasing opposition to King Alfooeols vhtrt
KINO ALFONSO'S) RKBU&K.
Anion'.' the troops which rung AJfoaae
reviewed at Longrono on Saturday was a
regiment from the Nuinalcia vallny, whteb
purtieipated In the late revolt. The Else,
addressing this regimnot, rebuked tt tar
mutinying, aud urged the men to be tnseta
tie Ir country, so that Spain might ha able
to hold her position among the nation.
At the end of the king's remarks the regi
ment cheered him heartily. Aitone has
Paws, August 27. A grand fete eras
given yesterday at the Tnfreries rarden un
der the auspices of the press of Pari. The
proceeds will hedttvuted to aid the suffer
ers of the roocnt earthquake at Iaohia. The
receipts amounted to 30J,000 francs. There
was an immeusc attendance.
, AUUUST XX.
CATTLE Kxporters fr 76(36 00; rtssj
to heavy do K) iV' 7,; light to fair U 73i
6 0o; co.ninouto medium tt 40r744 ); fair
to L'ood Colorado $ t iJ0f(" ID; southwest $3 Ii
h4.": grass Texan WJitoiOO; light to
good Htockers $'l !Soii.t 75; fair to good feed
ers $3 75'a4 ; conunon to choice native
cows and heifers Si liVa'3.riO; scalawags of
any kind $2 25ir2 75; good butcher, steers
and spayed h"ifers tfS4 40.
lit MLS itecelpt 2.kt7 bead; sbipmeotf
2, -is I head. Very light supply: demand
good and prices higher. Light to
good Yorker 0 (,Vi5 7i; oommon roogb
mixed to good packing $4 WXdt 00; botoh
era' 2tlroi.'i a"i; Philadelphias & 13a ;
skips and culls $4! !kxa4 75.
SHF.KP Coiumon, medium and Ufr(
MM .'!5; fair to good W 40tai3 115; ptinis
Ifl 75a)4 'X; (air to rood Texan $2 T&tiA A.
rala. , .
WHE-Vr-Hlgher; closing at SI OIK
Auguat; ti 01'.' Septembet'; Si 08X Oc
tober: tl & Si November; $1 01 year.
COUN-Hlgher; ISW Angust; SO
September; 50 V Octotx-r; 48 Novem
ber; 46V year; 47 V May.
OATS-Hlglier; 27 S August; 26 Sep
tember; 27 wclober: 28.i year; May7 '
WHK AT Higher ; closing at $1 04 Vt. Au
gust; $1 05 S Septomiier; fl Octo
ber; i IUS November; fl 04H year.
CMKN-Stronger; X b. August; 49
SpU uibor; 40, Ortobcr; 4JJ November;
41 W veur; 4.)S b. May.
OATS-Weaker; 25 b. August; 8ep
tninher; V October; 2fl year; &
Ciiaatrv PrwSare. J" "anj
BUTTKR-Creanterv sell at IflriWl for
cbolco to fancy to ti for select ions; seconds
at dairy rates; dairy at I.W17 for choice to,
fancy; fair to good I0n12; common SroUO.
Country packed vStow, oholee at WI.
ootuiuoii 67. Sale, 30 tubs fair dairy it
POCLTRY-We quote: Spring chicken
Small l(iid 2A, medium to rood-sited $1 69
fHl 75 for fair lo Hood. and fancy full
grown U 2f. Cock42 50r2 7o,VaVl 2ft bb li
ed and in Ir.di M for hens. Spring docks
F.GGS Firmer. Choice mark's sslsble
at 15 doubtful stocks much less.
Mark Lane Wheat dull; corn
dull. Red winter ami Cdiinrnla wheat
Off ooiKt declined ti l; red winter wheat
and mlxod Anii'iicmi isicn to airtve de
clined Hd. Sen; wheal Is null
and eas'er; No. i siu,.i.-;i, ,, N. jj,
aprlnir null" l'i in u k . i-iei u w iiiier tis,