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LLINOIS CENTRAL li. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Ruiminu;
Q DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
Thsins Llifi Cairo:
li.OS a in. Mhil,
Arriving In tit. Luiili 11:15 a.m. ; Chlc&go,tj:30 p.m.;
Coni.twilng Kl Oiltu suit fctfliitfhsm for Ciucir
null, Loo'.ivllle, Indianapolis n.d p int Kut.
11:1 i h.iii. Ht. IiouIh and Wstrn
Arriving la Ht. Loiil7:ti: p. m., and connecting
fur all polutB W est.
3:51 p.m. KuMt JOiprxu
Firiit. Louis and (hicae'o, striving at St. LoiiIp
Vl:4) p.m., and C'hlr ku 7: a.tn.
'.i-bO p n. Cincinnati KprttH.
iriuiiij; at fiticli-iiatl a.m.; Liuiivtl!a bM
a m.; Indianapolis 406 a.m. 1'assengers hy
this train reacii the abnvx points 1U to
UoVKb In advance ul any otnsr rot.te.
rTiae8:50 p. m. sxpres hai PI L! M AS
MfcEPINU CAK Caro to Cincinnati, without
changes, and through sleepers to 8t louls snf
Fawt Time East.
u?5Cll,.I eru oolnts without nr dulav
tamed by Sunday Intervening. The haturdsr alier
ifion tram from Cairo arrives !n new Vyk Monday
nornlug at 10:15. Tuirty sli hours In advanced
DT othwr route,
tvT'r'iir through ticket hnd further information,
l'p!y at Illinois Centra! Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. H. JONES, 'l lrtet Agent.
. D. HANSON. Hen Pave. Agent. Chicago
t-l ft (H
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K"KW YORK STORK,
WUOI.KSALE AND KE'rAlI..
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TJUC CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT I Kit Sc CO..
Cor. Nineteenth itriwt l r'fllt'O Til
CominorclalATflonef ttlll. in.
Ik. B. SMITH.
RUBERT A. M1TU.
Grand Central Store.
CA1HO. - - ILL.
Manufacturer and Dualor In
dth Btruei, Iwtwcon t'om'l Ato. 'id I.ovup.
CHOKE BORINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMCNIT10N.
tuf,,. Bunalrod. All Klnrla ol Kovi Marli.
W. BTRATTON, Cairo. T. BIKD, MUnourl.
STBATTON & BIRD,
No. 57 Ohio Leree, Cairo, 111.
IVAgtnU American rowdor Co.
C hronlo Ilr.
Impurity of the
Wood, Fever Mud
and all Diaeaaet
cauaod Ijt De
rangement of Livar, Uowela and Kldnnya.
BTMPTO.MS OF A IHSEASED LITER.
ilad ilreath ; l'ain in the Side, aometime the
pain ii felt under the Sh'inlder-blade, muuken for
Rheumatism ; general lots of appetite ; Bowels
generally coitive, sometimos alternating with lax;
le head is troubled with pjin, is dull and heavy,
with considerable loss nf memory, accompanied
with a painful stnsaii'.n of leaving undone something
hich ought to have been done; a slight, dry cougo
and flushed face is sometimes an attendant, often
mis taken for consumption; the patient complains
of weariness and debility; nervous, eaiily startled;
iect cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation
of the skin exins; spirits are low and despondent,
and, although satisfie.l that exercise would be bene,
final, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it In fact, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet
examination after death has shown the Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
It should be ud by all persons, old aad
young, whenflver any of the above
Persons Traveling or Living; In ITn
hnalthjr Loculni, by taking d'e occasion
ally to keep the Liver in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria, Ililloua attack, Dimness, Nau
sea, Drowsiness, Deirev,mn of Spirits, etc. It
will invigorate like a kU's of wine, but la no In
If Tou have eaten anything hard ol
digestion, or feel heavy after meals, or sleep
leas at night, take a dose and you will be relieved-
Time and Doctors' Hills will be saved
by always keeping the Itegulator
in the House I
For, whatever the ailment may bt, a thoroughly
safe purgative, alterative and tonio can
never bt out of place. The remedy is harmless
and does not interfere with business or
IT IS PURELY VEOETABLE,
And has all the power and efficacy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects.
A Governor's Testimony.
Simmins Liver Regulator has been in use in my
fainilv for some time, and I am satisfied it is a
valuable addition tote medical science.
J. Gill Shohtek, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander II. Stephens, nf (ia.,
iys: Have derived some benefit Irnm the use of
Simmons Liver Regulator, and wish to give it a
"The only Thlnsy that never falls to
Relieve,"! hive used many remedies for Dys-
repsia. Liver AITetion and lability, but never
ave found anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmons l iver Regulator has. I sent from Min
nesota to Georgia f.,r it. and would send further for
suth a medicine, and would advise all who are sim
ilarly sffected to give it a trial as it seems the only
thing that never fails to relieve
P. M. Jannet, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. XV. Mason says : From actual ex
perience in the use of Simm ,ns Liver Regulator in
my practice I have been and am satisfied to use
and prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
ttaif-Take only the Genuine, whieh always
has on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. II. ZKILIJi" A CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
vt yi,r Thomas. W. Ha!li!ay.
I reasurer Cnarli't K. Nellts
Clerk Dennis. J, Kol? .
Conr.selor-Wtn. B. GHhert.
vUmhai-L. H. Meyers,
attorney William Hendricks.
Police Magistrate A. Comings.
so a an or aldirmbs
first Ward Wm. Mr Hale, Harry Walker.
S'ond Ward-Je.se lltnkle, O . V. Baghet,
Tl.trd Ward-B. V. Blsxe, Kg;,ert Mmtth.
Kourth Ward Charles O. Patler, Adoipb
fifth Ward Ctas. Lancastrr, Henry Stout.
C In: ill J ii di;c II. J. Halter.
Circuit Clerk A. H. Irvin.
County Jndfc J. U. hoblnson.
County Clerk S.J. ilnmm.
County Treasurer Miles W. Parker,
(hcilfl John Hodgi s.
Coroner H. FltXu'crala
Connty C'otnmii.slonHr T. W. Ila'.lldiy, J. B
Mnlcnber and I'etcr Ao
Q.KOIU.E II. LEACH, M.I).
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
mini of surgical disoasea, aud diseases of women
OFFICE On 14th street, opposite the Post
office, Cairo, III.
H. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, III.
VAPOK, ELECTHO-VAPOH akd MEDICATED
A lady In attendance.
R. W. C. JOCFLYN,
OKKK K lilihth Street, near Comtierelal Aent
R. K W. WHITLOCK,
urnus No. 130 Commercial Avenue, between
isWi and NtLth Strer-ts
136 and 1:38 Commer
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
a full line of all tho latest, newest colors
and qiinllty.antl best ruamifactaro.
OA It PICT DKPAHTMKNr.
Hody Hriissels, Tipestrlcs, Inciains, Oil
Cloths, 4 : c.
Clolhing and Gents' Furnishing
This Department occupies a full floor and
Is complete In all respects. Goods are
guaranteed ol latest style and host ma
terial. Bottom Prices aud First-class Goods!
Cairo & St. Louis Packet.
The palatial Anchor Lino itoamor
Will leave Cairo ovory Saturday and Tuesday even
Ing at o'clock, Riving Cairo a dally boat for St.
For nartlcalare a rates, etc.. annlv to Cant.
Tboa. W. Shields, General Agent, or Hoi A. BUvsr,
A WOMAN SCORNED,
Hetty Punuea the Man
Ben'B Set Working for Harmoaj
Unmasked fiebuked-Going Daft
A Modest President-Plight of Butter
flies. New Vokk, Oct. . While Henry C.
De Witt, a lawyer, who ban an oflie at No.
30J Breadway , aud who reticles at No. 104
Held avenue, Breoklyn, was walking with a
lady tbreugi Madisoo Square Tburtdiy
evening, a yoout? ami richly dressed womau
approucited aud barred hi progress. lie
whiperrd to his com pun ion, anil ahe re
turned In the directlou whence be bad
come. Then b suddenly ran away, and
the yonu,' womau pnrsued, saying that she
would kill him. Finally be Uiok rcfugs In
the Kiflb Avenue Hotel, and she disap
peared. Mr. DeWitt 1 about 45 years old, stout iu
a ipearauee, with a pretaaturely bald bead.
He is a bachelor, and live with his bis ten
In Brooklyn. When asked about bia ad
venture be aisl, laughingly:
"She is called Sarah K. Spencer, but ber
real aawe is Emily Tborte. I suppose bbe
attacked me far tae sake of becoming even
more uotorieas tkan sae already 18. I first
liecame acquainted with ber some yean
a n, when aao was njydient. She bad a suit
about an estate Id Mn'land. Her stale
in q.i, bewever, to oie were so varied, to
ny toe least, that I could be ef very little
x-rviee to hT. 8 bo htlipjueatly told me
the atory of- ber life. Her parents are
Kiifjlmh, and she cine to this country when
eiKht years if age. Sue was reared in a
conveut and afterwards resided at New
liocbeUe. Sae ht 23 years of age now and
sllll quKe kaudkutue. ibe was kaown as
the llle of the village. While living in
iiochelle she bcame the companion of a
prominent meHiUer ef Uie Union Club, who
supported ber aird apertt a much as f 15,000
a year ra ber. He took br to Paris, where
they lived antoog the jjay-est of the gay.
Tbey ers accwtHoBsesl to paw the sum Me r
in St. Auguatine, Fla. , and at one time she
(ecu pled kumpiuous apartment iu Uie Ste
ve ua Hour, on Fifth avenue, now known
xi the Victoria, riiwlly he cst her off.
She then captivated the hearts of several
other wealthy geatleoiMii, who squandered
(or. tines on her. the always was very ex
travagant; a tbounand dollar generally
lasted her about ten days. About last July
h began to tend tae postal cards."
From a large package of posul casrd.i, all
dated from last July to about the Vfa of
siepteniber. Mr. DrWiU picked out a few.
At first the mtehives are of a very affection
ate nature. Iu one, addressed "Dearly
Beloved," and signed "Teur Cherished
Sarah. ' ' abe asks wbwthcr be does not miM
bia "llulc popxy-woptry, " and tells him
not to mind, aa she vrUl be with htm soon.
In conclusion, Mr. I)eV7tu denied that fee
bad ever regardtrd the woaaa - as hia wife
or Introduced ber aa aoch to any oue.
A petite Agare, robed lu mcnient black,
ber pale face flushed wUh nervoisa exoite
raeot, sBiwbat haggard from recent 111
nest, but stUl beatttifui, rroetved tbe
writer In a loiorioo boudoir at 5o. 100
Fourth avenue. Sbe was Emily Thome,
"My ptt IKe ia aatret," she said, aa ber
orosvn eyes filled with tears. ''Up to tbe
day when Ileiry C. DeWitt, knowing what
I was, took me frena the life I was leading
and iniroductKi ane to has friends and ac
qnaintancee as bis wile, there Is nothing
for you to know. We lived ia several
placet, aad when we moved here be gave
bis name as Mr. bpenoer to Mr. Davenport,
who keeps this boarding-house. I believed
he loved me, and lu tbta love I hoped to be
able to break forever with tbe pant. Last
July I first began to snpet that bis affec
tion for me was waning. I met him In the
company of others aad reproached him. I
bitterly realized that my money wis all gone,
that I was ill and loaing my attractiveness.
I told htm to leave dm. That was on a Tues
day nigbt, I totd him to take dm out to din
ner tbe following Friday. We would bave
a pleasant eretring together and then
we would Mnarate forever. The Flday
came aad he ruoatuned away . I may have
done wrong, but I eooitl not help It, no
more than I conid help my attacking him
last night, I saw him In tbe company ef
another. I don't wuveinber having threat
ened to kill bin; I was so wild I don't
know what I said. I am neither an adven
lams nor a biarkmaiier. I want none of
his money. I dewpise and acorn hint now,
and my actions towards him are prompt
ed only by a spirit of retaliation." She
sighed deeply as she concluded: "I bave
no money, do frU'ud. My mother Is dead.
My father in England will not receive me.
I will drift back Into the life from which I
hoped I bad forever escaped. "
Mr. Joshua Davenport. Jr. , the boardlug
ho ise keeper, suld Hint Mr, DeWitt had in
roiluced himself as Mr. Spencer and the
h ly as bis wife. He had not the slightest
knowledge .balsuch was not the fact until
he was obliged to present Mr. DeWitt a bill
of 45 for th9 woman's board.
Hatisftin Wonlit be loo Uesou for Then,
N'kw Havkn, Conn'., Oct. 0. Monday
night of last week two young men, numed
respectively Charles Reed and Geo. Brad
ley, called upon Deacon Collins and wife,
an ageu couple living near the outskirts of
North Guilford, Both v,ere Intoilcated.
and, as they entered tho house, suld
In a loud voice, that they had
cnnin for fun and proposed to huvo It.
They blew out the lump and then begin
throwing tho furniture around the room,
breaking it to pieces, and also to hit tlm old
ldy with pillows. Suddenly they soiled ber,
dragged her through the kitchen and out Into
the woodshed and threw her roughly on the
ground. Mrs. Collins Is 83 year old and was
unablo to make any resistance, and to all
her entreaties for mercy they turned a deaf
ear aud mercilessly assaulted her, IJuon
regaining consciousness Mrs. Collins told
who had beon bar assailants, und Held was
at once arrested. Bradley could not bs
found until Thursday afternoon, when he
wa otptured by Sheriff Hart. To-day tbry
were brought before Justices Hull and
Guilford and were bound over.
Ward's Mrnttie ol U aablnntoa.
New Yohk, Out. 8. -The work of con
structing the pedestal for Ward's statue of
Washington, whieh Is to be plaoed at ths
head of tbe steps of tbe sub Treasury,
where thi first Frestdeut was Inaugrated on
Aarll 30, 17l, it being pushed rapidly.
Tan first stone, a 14-foot warble slab two
feet thick, was delivered yesterday and
placed in poattkni, with tho Insoriastio,
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MORNING. OCTOBER, 7, '
htm Him attsML
PiraBtrM, pa., Ont. .-L. P. HiUh
cock, late sntr partner an tbe firm of
PUtchoock A MoCrery, grain meruhauls,
was found by his friandt to-day at tbe Cen
tral n.lel. He Mt bia hsm on Anderson
avenue, Shadyside, on Monday last ab
out telling any ohs whom be was go I oj.
For the last thrse yean he ka net crossed
bis own threshold, and lor a longer limn,
so he said, nsthutg but bis early
career hud wsemed to Interest
him. When spoken to to-day It was
evident that bis mind was far away. He
wears a closely er.pped white beard and
bas a very arutucratic sod Intelligent ap
pearance. He said bo was tleealj Interest
ed In the aUentlen which tbe papers bave
been paying to him, but was very certain
tbat he was notloct, aad was equally cer
tain that he was not ahaut to lotto himself.
His sen bad tried to In
duce htm to return borne,
but he hud refused, and this was the tirst
sublet inentiourd to him. He seemed to
forget the question, or nj avoid it, aud moM
adroitly led the way to bis early life. He
bas had a checkered areer,and few citizens
in Pittsburg are bettor known than Mr.
Hitchcock. When asked what be intended
to do, be said : '1 do nt know. I may g
toCartyle, 111., or may go to Quincy , 111. I
bad thought also of going to Somerset, lu
tbis tal, but 1 may stay here. The trou
ble is tbe l'entm Ivania railroad company is
about to take a lot of tuj ground at Shady
tide to build a new statioa on. It stands
me J6,5ti0 per acre, and it worries me to
have ray beautiful gronods broken up. This
at pears to he bis ballucinaiion. It is prob
able that bis relatives will compel him to
go borne, and place tbe gcntleiuau where
bis diseased mind can do no barm.
Working- lor Ilnraaauy.
Nkw York, Oct. 6. The candidates on
the Democratic ticket for state officers havo
decided tbat it is of the utmost importance
tbat tbe factions lu the city shall be united
at the coming election. Mr. liaac H. May
nurd and It'itiert A. Maxwell,
the uoui.nees for Secretary
of Stale and Snste Treasurer, arrived
in New Y ork yesterday. During tbe day
tti iy called upon Mr. Kelly, Coininissincr
of Public Works Thompson, Sheriff Ia
vitison and other leaders of,Tauimany Hull,
the county Democrat and Irving Hall or
ganizations. Both Mr. Mftynnrd und Mr,
Maxwell talked of tbe necessity
for barmouy in the city. Tbey
urged in strong terms the
throwing aside of all jealousy and 'actional
feeling between the organizations. Mr.
M ivnard told the leaders that, while th rj
at is no doubt that the stat ticket will be
elected, yet a fight among the local
Democrats would tend to demoralize the
party outside of New York county,
1 no rural Democrat always felt niore con
tident and came to the pel In in large .j um
bers when there was a union in this city.
Mr. Maxwell spoke in the same vein at the
Interviews held. Mr. Maynard, in speak
ing to a correspondent lust night, said that
it was true that be and Mr. Maxwell were
in tbe city on a harmony mission.
The prominent Democrats ia oil parts of the
state, be said, were n nan lino us in their
opinion that Tammany Hull, county Dem
ocracy and Irving Hall should unite on
county and district Dominations. He fur
ther said tbat from the talks he bad already
held with the leaders ot the various fac
tions, Uc felt assured that there would be a
A Libertine raiattuske.
Nkw Yokk, Oct. U.-Jobn H. Austhi,
aced ii, was arraigned before police Justice
James M. Davit, in Jemy City, yesterday,
on a charge of wtfj abandonment, prefer
red by his wife. He was in the company of
a young woman when arrested. He seemed
to regard bis art est as a Joke but when Chief
of Police Murphy placed upon tbe Judge's
desk a bundle of lovo Hters which had
been found by Mrs. Austin in her hus
band's trunk, and which had been written
to Li tin by young girls aid women, be grew
very pale and moved nervously In
his chair. The letters, shout 150 in till,
are fmni girls and womee in this city. Key
port, Catskill, Kock Island, Coboes, Jersey
city, and other places. One of tho letters
from Uie daughter of a respectable resident
of Jersey City, aud charges Austin with
having caused the ruin of hen If and her
two cousins, who live lu Cuteklll,
another from a girl who
formerly lived In Troy, but who
is uow an Inmate of a house of prostitution
in this city, concludes as follows: "I shall
never forgive or forget you for the injury
you have donu me and my sister."
Most of the other letters indicate thit
Austin was on intimate terms with the writ
ers. In order to givo Austin time to cm
ploy and consult counsel, Judge Davis set
the examination down for Monday morning.
A HHltfler tUvbutittd.
Tkkmton, N. J., Oot. 0. City Clerk
Wru. J. Early has been the virtlm of a mis
take. Yesterday be went to Ctunden and
called upon Mrs. Mead, a widow, and the
daughter of Mrs. Charles Wood, who lives
with her mother at No. 227 Cooper street, In
that city. During the nl.ht, ii is alleged, a
Dr. Barnes who lives in the house heard a
noise lu tbo widow's apartmanU, and he
called her brother, who made an Invesii.
gatlon and discovered that City Clerk E ti l J
bad not gone home to Trenton. Whun Mr.
Early returned here to-day bo was very In
dignant. "Tho whole story Is highly col
ored," he said. "The fact is, that lady U
my wife. We were married some time
here in Trenton by Kev. Henry M. Barbour
of Trinity Episcopal church, und so I
had a perfect right to visit
her. We wore keeping tho marriage
secret for a time for our own reasons, but
her mother kuew of It, When the brother
entered the room where I was with my
wife, he was Inclined to be violent, but his
mother promptly said, 'This Is all right;
they arc married. ' That settled the mat
ter, except so far us concerns Dr. Barnes,
who was furious, because be bad attempted
to pav attentions to the lady, and was
ordered out of the bouse."
CONDEMNED "I EI.KMKAMft.
A 11 to iu Sandy Luke, Pa., on Friday
desirnyed a block aud a half of buildings.
lion. George West's machine shop at
lla sion, N. Y., burned last night. Loss,
Frunuls E. Paris, first lieutenant Battery
A, Second Artillery, U. S. A., killed him
self at Fortress Monroe on Friday,
Tbe fifty-third semi-annual conference
of the Mormon church, now being held In
Salt Lake City, shows a determination of
tbo church to stand by polygamy ,
Tbo Philadelphia oftuta on Friday an
nounced that hereafter tbef will Issue no
more citizenship papert-to lukiamon. Tbis
action under tbt prtwlaloos of the act ol
May , 1883, which proxies tbat from and
after that date no State Mart artesian of
tbe United Stole shall u
lmprlaat aUilrnwl ftatra.
Nkw Yoiik, Oct. I -Itw suits were
gun in Hie SupreBM coart of Hut osty yes
UTiUy by Mr. Frank R. LanrrnatA, as at-
totiit y fnr Henry BeMces, Jr., and others,
iiptiii-t William P. Oydto! tola atty and
Tln'iiias M. Logan and Jnsaph Bryan of
Euiiitiniid, Va., to reoovw, in thn aggre
gate, about .200,000 danaasea. Mr. Belden
is a well-known stock-broker, aad the de
feniiiiits liuve been interested in tbe ril
road and other companies, cempostug what
Is known as the Uickunitd and Danville
system. It U by the manipulation of tbe
stock of those uompaittos Mr. Belden ami
his :o-lltli;aiilH sav that" tbey bavo loa
$200,0)0. Mr. lieldeu in bin complaint seta
forth the organization of tbe Richmond and
Danville railroad conrpany ef the Richmond
ami West Point Tr mural company and of
the Richmond and DunvlKn extension, the
last being a corporation organized under the
laws of New Jorsey to build the Georgia Pa
cilic railroad. Belden alleges that in 1881
tho idefenilants, having acquired many
thousand hliaroa of tbe stocks of these com
panies, and dealing to null tbena at high
prices, conspired together to create a
market for their stocks by advauclng
tbeiu by means of pretend ad transac
tions lu tbeiu and by other fraud
ulent acts lie figures far In excess of their
actual value. Ha alleges that they repre
sented the stocks to be of much greater
value and tbe properties of greater extent
than was tbc nasR, and by loose and other
deceptive means sought to soil their stock
to great profit to themmJves and to the
great damage of whoever might buy them.
t loae of l air Wefc.
Sr. Lons, Oct. 6. -Tbe Trades pro
cession hist night was tbe crowning feature
ofth.-gala A-eek, aud all who witnessed
It pronounced It a decided Improvement
upon tho Veiled Prophet's pagaut of tbis
or any formjr year. The street aloug the"
entile three miles of march were one dense
throng of humanity num
bering rnany thousands, the
sea of upturned faces iu itsel f present
ing a picture and a study.
The flouts were beautiful nd suggestive,
und presented a fair idea of the city's great.
The last day of tbe Fair was a success so
fur as the weather Is concerned.
The grounds weoe a trifln
flump, but tbe sun is rapidly
ilointc n way with that difficulty. The
crowd, however, at noou was not aa large
us would be expected not ex-eeedlng 20,-
All's I'Mh Ibsst l oswi to Ben'n Net.
Nkw Yokk, Oot. 6. At a meeting of the
Amalgamated Trade and Labor Unions,
last evening, it was announced that Gov.
Butler's services had been aeenred by the
International Union of Cigarinukers, and
that he would appear in tbe Supreme court
on Mnuduy in conjunction with tbe District
Attorney to make such motion as might le
necessary to secure the strictest possible
enforcement of to! law as applied to
tenement houses, and wboso enforcement
l;as hardly yet been attempted.
The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty
to Children bas also Interested iUelf in the
question, and tho Assembly annonttoea Its
intention of aiding in the nomination aad
election of such man only aa would aid the
night of Bsitlerfiiea.
Walnut Kidor, Ark., Oct. 6. At 4
o clock Thursday evening, a perfect cloud
of butterflies pawed south. There were
millions of tbeni, all the same color and
size, and they filled tbe air like snow flakes
is far as .be eye could see in every direc
tion. The streets were literally covered
with them, apparently stopping twenty
minutes for refreshments. " So far as
beard from, abont seven miles east and
west, tbe cloud wan Just as dense. They
were more than an hour in passing, al
though they traveled very fast.
K 'r1 nf ilir. f., B. I., atari P. B. R.
Srm.stii-.KUi, III., Oct6. Tho Chi
cago, Uock Inland A Pacfnc Railway company
reports to tbe railway and warehouse com
mission as follows: Total capital stock
50,000.000; fuudeddebt, $173,900; nubili
ties. $rMW,000; track iu Illinois, 182
miles ; tons of freight carried over ilia
whole line, 8,103,499; In nilnels, 2,325,
0,; total operating expense and taxes,
whole lins, M93,4-W 75; in Illinois, $2,125,
240 60; total kiooine. $12, 142,030 02; net
income, $0,188,402 48.
A Modem I'mMrol.
Nkw Yokk, Oct. 6. President Arthur's
birthday annlveisary yisstoriay, his 53d,
went unannounced and uncelebrated, ex
cept by tho dinuerof last evening, at w hich
there was no one present except his son,
bis private secretary. John C. Held, the
editor of tho Times, ami Surrogate CoMins.
rUulnir Mill Dnrised.
Cleveland, O., Oct. 6. After mid
night lust night a lire broke out In Bern
hard Mayor's planing mill, wbkh was de
stroyed. Loss, rO.OOO. Fifteen dwellings
in the neighborhood were mot e or less dam
aged. The aggregate loss Is !,0O0, most
ly covefd by insurance.
Derailed est Alton.
' Alton, III.. Oct. 0. The Chicago ex
press, on the C. & A. road, was derailed
when running past the Union depot last
night, and only saved from a plungs Into
the river by a water tank. The engine and
mall car were badly wrecked. The fireman
was slightly Injured.
Nkw Yoiik, Oct. 6. Mrs, Maria Louisa
Burnlinm, wife of Mr. Gordon Ruin bam,
ami (I niL'btcr of tho Bight Rev. Bishop
llronuell of Texas, died suddenly yesterday
morning at her resilience, No. 12(1 Fifth
PltiLAl'Ki.riiiA, Oci. . Tho Press has
reduced Its price, from three to two cents.
II Mr its I'ropoKHt t'rstfue.
Nkw YniiK, Oct. tl. tiosslps wero busy
on the street yesterday discussing Mr. Til-
(leu's proposed cruise In southern waters on
his yacht, tho Yosemltu. Ktitnor bus It that
the winter Is to he spent about Cuba and tho
Wt stlmles, and tbo list of Mr. Tllden's
guests was said to liioludo a dozen promi
nent people, On board ibe vessel the com
maiulur w as busy ptcpunng fur a three
mouths' cruise, aud a number of experi
enced sailors were engaged for that time ,
At the New York Hotel Mr. Cbas. T. Mac
Lean, Mr. Tllden's political protege, was
found eagerly discussing some Important
mailer with a party of gentlenion who were
fortifying thenisnlvoaagisasMt nsea voyage.
With a true uaastM blteh to Ms trousers
Mr. MaaLnan explained that Ise could say
nothing of tbe proposed trip, lie would
nell hur tinny nor aihrm that the list of pas
sengers had been tumlo up, through the
other geotloiuau looked gnllty when the
aubjoet waa mentioned and strati od off wUh
that robing gatt paeulJar to eM tailor n.
BEYOND THE SEAS.
Paws, Oct. .-The Marquis Tten ttud'
this morning tbat ho oonsldeaod (he sawn
from Cant.,n as tiui of the ajrnvert charac
ter. The result of Ttdn-water Lafnn'a
trial was very unsatisfactory. Tho atab
wer.) lnoend to sna a; sWrrnn by the
I IgUt sentence Impose, that tfcay was al
most beyond eossUaU The maanerings
were usseinbled In the auneia, and the
situation bad become so strained that
tbo government was obrigtd to
adopt the rutsst sever measturet
in order to preserve peace. The arrive (
the fresh troops, which had been ordered
to Canton t overawe tbe peopie, bad tend
ed still further t tooroase the ecerto mnnt,
and an outbreak, th oons qieuoa nf which
no one could fnretott, was 1 1 tarty to Ufc
place at any moment. Tbe Marqins said
tbat so much did be fear further trouble on
account of the Lsgan affair, be wan urging
with all tbe force of bis command a ravlMon
of tbe sentinel,
London, Oct. 6. A dispatch tram Govs
Samika, Japan, says that white a perform-'
a nee was going on in a theatre there last
tilght a tire broke out. It spread with such
rapidity tbat seventy-nve persons lout their
lives In the 11 tines aud one hundred others
were injured more or lets seriously by be
lug knocked down and trampled upon in
the panic tbat ensued. A number escaped
by Jumping from tbe wludnws.
Rome, Oct. 6. Tbe dsservatore Ro
mano, the Pope's ofllcial organ, editorially
deprecates the agresstve conduct of the
Orangemen In Inland, and arraigns tkn
British government fnr pormitttngjtao ont
rages they have eomtnlttnd.
London, Oct. 6. The announcement Is
now ma le that Mis. Muibolland, daughter
of Sir Jihn 1 ulbook. will marry a Mr. Van
Zan.lt , who is a d to be a prominent New
Yorker, some time during tho coming
UK KM ANY.
Bkrun, Oct. 6. Prince Bismarck le t
rlous ly 111.
The Barrier Brokrm Dowa.
Aukansas City, Ark., Oct, 6. Edmond
Cobb (colored), of Jeititrsun Township,
this county, was yesterday appointed by
Judge Merrltt to a beneficiary scholarihip
In tho Arkansas Industrial University at
Bullion at Noeorr.
Sotokko, N'. M., Oct. 6. Tbe product of
the snii'liing works at this place for the past
month nuiotints to ten ban of bullion, or
$50,000. A third stick la being built, when
Uie monthly product w ill be 175,000 in bul
lion. The Chicago Health Inspen'or found In
two days at tho Union Stock yards In that
city sixteen head of cattle affected with
-Dr. William E. Hu.hes. of Philadel
phia, has been arrested charged by Freder
ick Haas with signing a certificate by which
Haas was recently imprisoned ia an tnsu
A section of one freight train ran into the
caboose of another on the Newark division
of Pan Haudle, near Columbus, O., on the
Friday, killing Thomas Cranshaw, brake
man, and infuring another man.
OCTOBER e, rata.
Live Moo It.
CATTLE Receipts 3.000; qnlet;
ex forts t) 0006 50; good to eholotj
shipping quoted at ft 35 (ctd 90; common
to fair fi OOttfo 11).
IU MIS--Receipts 12,900; active and firm;
ttfrflOc higher; Ibrht at $4 05tn 40;
rough paektug $4 4W34 86; henry packing
and shipping H 90(35 25.
CATTLE Exporters So mm 15; good
to heavy do $5 bwdi To; light to fair $1 M4
4 75; oo m won to modi urn $4 40fil 90; fair
gootl Colorado $400(9 10; south wast f3 IS
oHSi; grass Texons U 2;VaM Sn; light to
rood stockers $ifXM 75; fair to good feed
irs ii 754 00; eomiisnn to choice native
cows and heifurs J iTudi 00; acaliawa ot
any kind $2 00r3 40,
SHEEP Common to medium Si 5&a
8 25; fair to good W aOratf 7ir; prime $3 90
fait id; fair to good Texatis $2 M03 tie.
HOGS Steady and unchangde;
Yorkers gelling at $5(3 10: much
to good mixed paoking 4 506S5 00; butoh
WIIEAT-October 3'; November 96X;
w?; January 881f; May
95 ' ; vear b.
CORN October 47; November 4dJt;
January 45; year 46 X ; May 48; Decem
OATS -October 27 S; November ilk',
year27; May 31S b.; December .
WHEAT Lower; closing at $1 02 b.
November; l U4' Deoombe.-: tl 06J
COhVN Lower; 42 November; 0K
year; 44! sS May.
OAl'S-Ftrm: 'imCtfX'i b. October: 87
November; 31 S' May.
NKW YOHK .
WHEAT - OctoMrr H 10; November
$1 12 'trod 12l ; Decemher tl H."'; January
1 10. .
CORN October SHSrtiOOw; November
68'raViu; Dec ntbor teXtn'jii V; January
OATS October 34 S ; November 35 H ;
December Jo ; January 37 .
BUTTER-Creamerv ut 2729 forobolos
to fancy, and a shade more in a small wav;
seconds at dairy rale. Dairy at '2Util
for choice to fa'nev to 24t25 for selections;
fair 12(a)i5; low grado o10. Good to
choice near-by In pails 11013; common 7fd
EGGS Receipts, 22! uks. Steady an I
unchanged; choice marks fair sales si lo.
POULTRY-Chickeiu a liltle better
but offerings and demaud both light.
Ducks, geese and turkevs quiet. We quote;
Spring chickens small ll'irl 25; good to
choice l Witfl 7; fancy lure $2 W4
2 2ft; Old cblckens-Coeks $225r2 40,
mixed f2 60r2 7ft; hens t2 0Oi3 0O; thicks
2 0O((r2fiO; turkeys Writ); geese $kdo.
Wheat arrlvod quiet but steady; corn ar
rived unchanged. Wheat to arrive stead v.
corn to arrive (lull. Mark Lane Wheat
dull; corn dull. Country markets firmer.
Weather hi England fair. California wheat,
to arrive advanced 6d; red winter wheat oft
coast advanced Oil; California wheat off
eoast advanced fid. Spot wheat remain
dull; No. 2 spring 8s 10d; No. 3 sp.nitf
nono In market; Western winter 8s Sir
Mixed Western com not araeb doing at 5
VI. Demand from Continent and United
KlngdstOi raUisr dnli fnrwbtmk and ntna