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nornlugat0;:iv Thlrty-eU hours In advanced
BT other route,
ITYui through ticket and further Information,
ai-piyat IlllBoli Central Hallroad Depot. Cairo.
J. U. JONES. Timet Agent.
A. n. HANSON. Oen. I'aM. Alient. Chicago
"CITY GUN STORE"
Oldest in the city; establi-lieil in 1862.
C'ora'l Ave .between (Mh and 10 b Sts.
MANL'KACTL'HEK PKA1.KH IS ALL KINDS
Ammutil'.lon of all d'-m-r p'li.na a'wavn on band at
HOTIOM HUM ES.
General reptirlng In all kind of metal". Key
fail dwcrlptiona made to order, and atlnfactlon
warranted tilve me a call, and le couviuced for
TOUMulf.al me a fill of the "bill liL'.."
JOHN A. KOKHLKIt.
Bi-dm l'roprlctor, Cairo, 111.
JvJEW YORK. STORK,
WHOLESALE AND P.KrAJL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITV.
GOODS SOLI) VKRY
O. O. PATH-: It it CO..
Cor. Nlnotoonth street 1 P,rt.irir 111.
J-f m E. INCE,
Mamifctorornd Dealer ln
0lh 8treoi,lolwpon Com'l A. 'id Loveo.
CHOKE BOIUNO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMUNITION.
tatai Itesalrod, All Hindu ol Kuvi MhiIh.
W. BTRATTON, Cairo. T. BIUD, Mlwotirl.
8TKATT0N & BIRD,
Mo. W Ohio LtTSf), Cairo, 111.
MTl9M Amartuta Powder 09.
C h ron to Dlar
Impurity of thir
ISIooil, Fever and
ami all I)Uaa
cauaoil by It-
rangmuent of Ll r, ItoweU and Kldneya.
SYMPTOMS OF A DISFASKD LIVEIl.
Had Itrralh ; I'ain in the Side, aomftunes the
ruin Ii f It under the Shoulder-blade, inistak'n for
kheumauum; general lost of appetite; Howell
generally coMivc, ininetiniea alternaiing with lax;
the head Ii troubled wiih pun, e. dull and heavy,
with considerable ru of memory, accompanied
with a painful vnhalinn of le avin undone tomclhing
aihich ought to have been done; a ilight, dry cnugh
awl fluihed face it lomeiimei an aucnclant, oden
mistaken for conkumption; the paotnt complain!
of wearines and dehiliiy ; nervoui, eunily ita riled;
feel cold or burning, lonieiime a prickly lemation
of the ikin exiftta: spirits are low and despondent,
and, although satisfied ll.at i-iercine would 1 Une
ficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it in fact, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptom attend the disease, but casrl
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet
examination after death ha showu the Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
It aliould be uad by all prranna, old and
young, nhi'nnver any of tho alov
Peiraona Travpllnr or Living In Viu
healthy I,ocllllc, by taking a ri ,se occasion
ally to keep the Liver in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria, Itilloua attack, LiirnntM, Nau
sea, Drowsiness, Ilepresioit of Spirit, etc. It
will invigorate like a glass of wine, but la no in
If Tou have futen anj'tblng hard of
dilution, or feel heavy afier meals, or alep.
la at night, take a dote and you will be relieved
Time and Doctor' Rill will be aavod
by alwayi keeping the Iti'gulator
In the Ilotuel .
For, whatever the ailment mjy be, a thoroughly
lafc uurgativtt, alterative and tonic can
never oe out of place. The remedy i barnileaa
and doei nut Interfere with buiineaa or
IT IS ITRFI.V VrfiETABLE.
And haa all the power and efficacy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after eftecta.
A fiovemor'a Teatlrnuny.
Simmons Liver Regulator has been in use in my
family for cm! time, and I am taiislied it is a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J lint. Sii'iHTm, (iovernor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander 11. tephena, of ('.,
says: Have derived some benefit from the use ol
Simmons Liver Regulator, and wish to give it a
"The only Thing that never falla to
Relieve," I have used nunv remedies for Dys
pepsia, Liver Affection and liehility, but never
have found anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmons Liver Regulator has. I sent frnm Min
nesota to Georgia far it, and would send further for
such a medicine, and would advise all who are sim
ilarly affected to g:ve it a lnl as it seems the only
thing that never fails to relieve
R M. Jasniv, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. W. Maaon anya: From actual ex
perience in the use of Simmons Liver Regulator in
my practice I have been and am samfied to use
and prescribe it as a putgauve medicine.
Ja,Take only the Genuine, whieh alwayi
has on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. H. ZF.ILIN Si CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
HltOFKsSION Al CARDS.
QEORGFa II. LEACH, M.I).
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of arjrglcal dieunaea. and diiuases of women
OFFICE On Hlh meet, oppcait tba Poit
offlce. Cairo, 111.
rjK. J. E. STRONG,
129 Ctiiuniercial Ave., Cairo, III.
V'APOK, ELECTUO VAI'OH amu MEDICATED
H ATI IS
A lady In atteudancu.
QR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Btreel, nenr Corati errla". AverOii
R. K W. WniTLOCb:,
ornci-No. 136 Commercial Aveune, blwB
iift'i and Nliath Sireeta
1.16 and 138 Commer
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
a full line of all tho luteal, newest colors
and qnallty.and beat manufacture.
C A 1 i P KT 13 K PA UTMEN1'.
Body RrtiMoK Tiptctrle", Ingraini, Oil
Cloths, : dtc.
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
This Department occupies a full floor and
Is complete In all rueprc's. Moods are
guaranteed oi latest stylo and bout ma
terial, Bottom Prieoa anil First-class Goods!
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mil la
Hifirb.'st Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
IAS. R. SMITH.
XQBKHT A. IMITU,
Grand Central Store.
OA.IHO. - - ILL.
A POLITICAL COFFIN
For the Governor who Went in Debt
for His Office.
An Oli Citizen's Story -Tar Hot and
leathers Ready A Women of
Sense -David Davis Objects An
Editor outhe S oot-Fatal -Fires-Big
Ecrjo Show Eefore the Grand
Jury Steamship on FireAnd Other
A I'ollllPikl t'Afllii.
fr. I.ovim, Oct. 22. Toe following
toniitwhai aensailonal and hlshly Interest
ing ui'iicle rtppcarx in un evi-ninx paper;
An old oilizfin vhoi.e facllltli s for (athfring
information are not only numeroim but r
lialjls, whs met not far from th gruntl Jury
room this morning and assailed with the
'Hiery: "What do you think of fiov, c ri t
irndi'n's attitude, no'V?"
"I do not bflllrvp nearly nil that is Mid or
published. Now, I want to give you what
I believe to be the iuitb.cn tic version of bow
the (inventor got into SIoG'uesney'a toll,
and when I have done so, I think that you
will Hrec that the whole blame Is attributa
ble, not to any dishonesty
upon Governor CrltteiHlen'i part,
but rather to weakness. It is
well-known that through Mr. Coffin. who,
up to his deaih, ax land agent of the San
Francisco road, lar?o sums of money wtre
ail vai. ced to carry on the Governor's etim
pai.'n ami to li,iiiilat other hills. The
amount ran up to or so. Wh n the
(iovernor was appointing 100 notaries un
der the Morriuun bill an application was
madi! by Opt. C. W. Rogers and Jlr.
I'oftin, of the 'Frisco road, to havn a cer
tain man in tlHr employ commissioned as
one of the number. In a few days there
af'cr letters were received refusing the re
ii(it. I'pon reading his letter Capt.
It cers deuottuced the (iovernor In the
0 i ibvst and mo-.t emphatic terms, in which
d n ihe while llvcred cuss' was one of tho
miblet. "I'll show him that I
won't 'land this treatment,' be con
tinned. "Not only did we advance
money for his election, but have p:iid other
lnl s besides. "
"Soon after that MoChesney appeared at
.!( fjeison City, having in his posesion the
evidence of the Governor's indebtedness,
villi a demand for settlement, which could
not be made. It is my opinion thai ever
luce then he has been held la the tolls of
McCliesney and has granted requests that
he would nut hive done had he not been
hampered by this Indebtedness. Of one
t inifyoii can be certain, if any of that
paper is held hy McCbesney at the ex
piration of the Governor's term the screw
will be put on him through leiral proucss."
"Can tuo cWIm he collected?"
"I doubt 1f the (iovernor can pay them
even by racrtticlng all be owns. That is the
lea-oti why such a power has been exer
cised ever him. He has been mrugsrlln g to
uve something but has been unfortunate
in all h s financial operations,"
A Kennlble W oman.
New Yohk, Oct. 23. A woman of
wealth and fashion reduced to the level of
a saieslady in ibrlc-a-brac bazar is the
position to which Mrs. Herbert A. Aver
his been subjected. She is the wife of a
man who failed for ,000,000 lu Chicago
last winter, a woman who has been pre
sented at the Court of St. .fames,
and wbo has traveled the world over.
She can converio fluently In any
modern language. In an inlervlew Mrs.
Aver said: "I brought all my furniture
and remnants of my collections from Chi
cai;o and furnished a house at No. 120 West
Thirteenth street, but I am now stopping
at the Colorado. Mrs. Langtry has rented
my house. Don't think me egotUtlc when
1 repeat that she said It was the most
elecantly furulnhed she had been
in while In America. 1 went
out like a Western gate of wind and she
ctmelnliko a summer breeze, and now I
am looking for a flat or some other apart
ments. I never applied for a position, It
being so well known that I was a connois
seur In that Hue that several largo firms
offered me an Interest to come with them.
It was while consulting Mr. Sypher as to
which of the two offers I should accept that
ho told mo to accept neither, but to come
with him. I am to travel through Europe
to make purchase and I am allowed so
many other privilege that I hope I iha-ll
feel quite contented. Why before I
wan here an hour I bad sold $1,000 worth of
goods. Sly father was tho eighth white
voter of Chicago, and ray uncle, Guerdon
S. Hubbard, Is now the oldest settler there.
I was married to my husband, who is
same years my senior, when very young,
and 1 have two daughters whom I am edu
cating. My huuband Is now in California
looking after what remains of bis financial
T be Provided With n Cool ol Tor and
PlTTSBUKO, Oct, 22. John Ellwlll
Palmer, telegraph operator, who has been
employed ty tho Western Union for many
years, has eloped with Mls Sullle it- niiiiel,
an employe of the teloeraph company
this oily. Palmer Is a Vermont mstt about
six feet high with tallow complexion, busby
black whiskers and unkept hair. Ho was
awkward and ungainly, while Mi-s llern
mel U rather good-looking, lie Is thirty
fight years of nge, and the
girl alxtecn. Palmer was superintendent
of the Methodist Sunday School In Mms
Held, a suburb, and always professed an
active Interest In the work of the church.
He was teacher of (he bible class, and Miss
llcmrael was ono of his pupils. He got n
pnslllon wiih the Telephone company nil
brought her to and from the city, morn
ing and evening -both residing In
Minefield. Palmer was not a
member of the Telegraphers Hrolh
erhood, and wn very unpopular among his
fellow worke-e, Shortly before the tele
graphers' strike, Psluier announced that
he was going to retire from the btislm si,
but when the strike came he was a "scab"
of the, most pronounced type. Some time
ago Palmer quitted tin city and shortly af
ter Mist Komutel resigned her position and
disappeared. tiny or two go Mil.
Palmer, who did not know what
had become, of ber hus
band, reclved letter and power of attor
ney, postmarked Canada, la whfcb he gave
her the house and caiileat it Mansfield.
He said he w as going to live with Miss Rem
nel in the future, iiml that the could take
(tare of herself. There It a utal of tar tad
tealkert walUug lr. Palowr In MaittieM,
On firo UK I'lre Islnml.
Skw Yokk, Oct. 22.-2:30 p. m.-Tbt
Strainer lietmnahl, from Copenhagen for
this port, with five hundred persons on
board, is reported off Fire Island, signal
ing for assistance. It Is on die.
Killed at n fire.
Dmroit, Mich., Oct. 22. -A Grand
HapUls, Mich., special says: "A two
ttory brick building at Mlddievllle, Barney
County, owned mid occupied by Capt. Sid
ney H. Smith, burned with Its contents of
hardware, agricultural Implements and nil
chines, y.'sierday. In trying to save some
property in an adjoining shed, Capt. Smith,
Chai. Iliiniy, a citl.en, and ahoy, 14 years
old, son of Tho, Walsh, were killed by tho
fulling of one of the walls of the building
upon Hi shed and crushing It. A clerk for
Smith, Silas Gear, wan badly hurt and It
not expected to live, Geo. Freeman It
badly hurl, but not faUily. Tho fire It
supposed to be the work of an incendiary.
Loss on building, $10, WO, on stock $20,000,
partially Insured. The upper part of tht
building wi. ued fur lodare purpose. The
Masons and Good Templars each lost about
ll.tUO. Smith was a captain In the Third
Michigan Infantry, and served during the
BcjiI lheL.ua a; Roll.
iJopiin, Mo., Oct. 22. In compliance
with the order from Adjt. Gen. Wai'dell,
the commissioned ('Hirers of the several
military companies in South. veil Missouri
met In Joplin Saturday to organize a regi
ment. There were present Capt. Geo. II.
Townsiind and Lieut, dames Hastings, of
the Sprluvlleld Light Guinls; Capt. A. J.
Gregory and Lieutenants George II. IMI,
and W. Cioud". of the Pierce City Guards;
(.'apt. W. W, llennctt, of the Lamar
Guards; Capt. Win. D. Coffee and Lieu
tenan's C. (. Harrington and Charles
Brown, of the. Carthage Light Guards;
Cnpt. Clark Craycroft and Lieutenants
Gulem Spencer and A. P. Hoyt, of the
Jopltn Rifles. The following oilicera were
elected: Colonel C. C. Allen, of Carthage;
Lieutenant Colonel Cbas. H. Morgan, of
Lamar; Major W. L. .Johnson, of Spring
field. Returiiiaa from hurch.
Ai-f.rsT.i. Ga., Oct. 22. A bloody and
falal tight occurred yesterday near McBcan
at a church in llurke county. Saturday
there was a difficulty between two young
men, Sjms and Rogers, at a base ball
cround. Syuis cut Rogers In tho hand.
After church yesterday the difficulty was
renewed. Thomas H. Syuis and bis ions,
Frank and Thomas, were shot by T. R., J.
M. and Warren Itoirer, Iiufus McNorrell
and John T. Cox. Thomas B. Sum shot
five timet siid killed Frnnk. and Toiu Syms
wis mortally wounded. John Rogers was
shot in the face hy a friend of the Syras
iitnily, who, It was reported, was un
armed. All Ihe parties are respectably
connected and well-to-do farmers,
A II easy Protest.
Bi.oomixotus. I I., Oct. 22.-Ex-Vlce-President
Pavld Davit arrived home this
morning from the E.ist, where bo has been
for tho past iwo weeks. It is said that the
dlxtlnuulitlied statesin in utter learning upon
bta arrival borne thai the, leasees of Durley
11 ill, the principal p'ace of amusement in
tie cliy. had reived the ball to tho "Jesse
J.inie Ilandlt King Coiiibi nation, ' ' became
vei l much ciiraL'cd, and will prevail upon
ihe City Council to prevent the appearance
of the company, which is announced for
next Friday evenlnc. It is hardly probablo
thai the Council will refuse to grant the
ciniiMiiatioti a lie. 'use, us most of the towns
siid ciiiet in Illinois are doing so right
PiiiapkU'HU, Oct. 22. In the general
convention of the Piotestant Episcopal
church, the House of Deputies committee
repotted that to give a bishop of a mission
ary Jurisdiction the right to become bish
op of a new diocese erected out of hit Ju
re liction, ll would be expedient to amend
art'ele 4 of the cotittitutlou. The number
of schools for both sexes was recommended
to be increased. The report of the com
mitiee on Cannon recommending to the Di-oc-san
convention tho importance of re
quiring that nouc but communicants shall
b- church wardens, and that vestrymen
sMI conform ta tho discipline of this
church, was taken up.
Uenliir Ity't) Maim.
Washington, Oct. 22. Gov. Proctor
Knott of Kentucky arrived in the city to
day. Hit business here is In relation to
the claims of Kentucky ngaiust the General
Government for arms, etc., furnished
during the rebellion. It seems that In
making provison for the payment of claims
of this chttisctet held by the various States
Congress omitted to allow Kentucky what
Is held to be her rightful dues, nnd the
Governor intends to confer to-morrow with
the Secretary of the Treasury as to the best
means of getting the claim of his ttate ad
justed. rooting- With nn Editor.
Ki.rtMiNGTON, Ky., Oct. 22. Saturday
night Charles McCartney was attacked on
t,ie street by Jas. T. Tewell and Frang L.
Thompson, who hud been aggrieved by
publications In McCartney's newspaper.
They used stones at weapons. McCartney
drew a revolver and thot them both. Ten
well died yesterday morning. Thompson
Is supposed to he mortally wounded. Mc
Cartney was arrested.
lu t'uliiiown fllnrr Killed.
Concokdia, Kan., Oct. 22. A young
mail, Thomas Moore, who works In the
coal mines near here, was thrown from a
horse while crossing a railroad track near
town last Friday. He died the samo day
and wai burled yesterday. He was Intox
icated at the time of the accident. Hit head
struck the rail. He has no lelntives here,
and where he came from Is unknown.
OowEOn, N. Y.t Out. 22, -Thu Long
shoremen'! Union Is antagonizing tho lum
ber fl rm of Rtithlmrn 4 Co. The tlrm has
brought laborer! from Canada, and an at
tack was made upon their quarters last
night. Many pistol shut were llred. The
Canadians rcturnud Ihe Are. Nu ono whs
hurt. Serious trouble Is feared,
A lind Hum.
Bio Rapids, Mich., Oct. 22.-AI Fish
Crock, five miles from Shormun, the burns
of the Grand Haven Lumber company
burned Saturdny. Seventeen horses, men
oxen, aw) bushel of oatt and forty tout of
hay win destroyed. No Insurance.
Bloomisotoji, HI.. Oct. Sa.-Wllllaro
Kennedy of Wllllaiotvllli. HI. i while un
diestlug for bed hat ntgbt fall dead upon
the floor from heart dlteate. Kennedy at
one time was a ftmimutk resident ol
Chlwaf. . .
fleior tbts Uraisd lory.
St. Louis, Oei. 2i. Although U 'clock
wus the hour assigned for the assembling of
the rand Jury this morning, It wai half an
I iter iiefur the moat tardy tueitnber, Mr.
Chb h, made bit appearance. A confer
ence of fifteen ulnutea was then held, du
ring which Circuit Attorney Harris and bit
assistant, Mr. Sullivan, ex-police commis
sioner Kinkead, Hon. Jo. (). Lodge, Jani
tor Will Waters and official reporter Johnton
occupied the ante-room. Messrs. Ilirrlt
and Sullivan were Urst Invited Into the
secret presence of the grand Inquest, which
thereupon devoted a short time to the in
vestigation of one of the Pacific railway
hurglary cases, la which Detective Furlong
and two others were wltneisei. At this
time an addition to the number of attend
ing witnesses wai received In the person of
A. A. Oldnsld, tbe stenographer, who it
s .ld to have transcribed the notes taken by
tim late grand lurv in the Police
Board muddle, and which were abstrac
ted from the clerk't ofllce. "Call Alex.
Kinkead, " was the first order after the
Jury had settled down to It work of Inves
tigating tbe Police Board troubles and at
the same time Mr. Johnson was also called
in to perform bis official functioni ol notiug
Hie evidence. Mr. Klnkead't ttory In tbe
jury room was protracted for over two
hours. His appearance, and the faettbat
S' Ven new snhpoenas were hastily Issued,
lead to the susp.elon that the grand Inquest
proposed to re-examine all tht
witnesses who had been before the last Ju
ry, including Campbell, Kerwin k Co. It
was well known throughout the Four
Courts that It was also proposed to thor-
ughiy investigate how and In what manner
the stolen evidence was procured. For
this purpose Clerk Staed and hit deputies,
1-inney an ! O'Malley, Jaoitors Waters and
Howard nnd Engineer Rlattertcan had all
teen summoned and were kept upon the
anxious stool during Kinkead'a examina
tion. It was 1:40 o'clock when Mr. Kinkead
rc-apperd ill the outer world. He. bore
the appearance of a man wbo bad complete
ly disemboweled hinnelf, and it was quite
vidnt that be had revealed thn entire
story of his career as a poll a: commissioner.
A recess was taken until 2:10, during
which Juhn A. Dillon, of the Post-Dispatch
was noticed hovering around tbe
purlieus of the grand Jury room.
I IrriiiEittniiees are. Atmlaal II Ira.
Lincoln, ill., Oct. 22. The arrest yes
terday of Mr. A. O. Carpenter, one of our
wealthiest citizens, on suspicion of having
murdered the unfortuu ate Zora Burns, was
the most startling sensation of the year in
this section of thu slate. The arrest
was in consequence of tne evidenco
brought out at secret session of the coro
iioi 'r jury.
It will he remembered that nn lust Mon
day morning the body of tbe girl, with her
tliioui cut (rom ear to ear and with a se
vere wound in the head, was found In a
lane in the northern part of town. Near
the body were the impression of buggy
wheels, and It was plain thai the vehicle
had. been abruptly turned at the very spot
where ihe, murder was committed. Appar
ently the most damagiug circumstance
against .Mr. Carpenter are that it Is known
his buggy was out of tho stable on Sunday
night, and the cushions were spattered
with blood. Tbo girl was enciente.
The evidence against Mr. Carpeotor 1
very unsatisfactory . Hu was away from
home on Saturday ami Sunday nights, but
says he was at bis nifice working lu his
hooks in anticipation of the early death of
his partner, who it very tick
man. An analysis of the stomach of the
murdered girl shows that the bad nothing
to eat for ai least fifteen hours before ber
death. When or how she spent tbe Inter
val between ber departure from tbe hotel
on Saturday night and tbo time tht was
killed, Is a mystery.
.m tonal llarse Maow.
Nr.w York, Oct. 22. The first annual
exhibition n' fie National Horse Show As
sociation oi Am nca opened this morning
iu the Madison Square Garden. Nearly all
the entries were complete and numbered lu
all, Including those horses entered for
special premiums, 400 auimalt. Of these
.373 are intended for regular prizes, the lat
ter class including a number of fancy car
riage and coach horses, ai well at tbe
horses of tbe police and tiro departments.
J. R. Keene has two horses entered in tbe
list of thoroughbreds, which number nine.
Gen. Grant bat entered bis pair of grey
Arabian ponies. In tbe class ofr trotter
there are thirty-nine entries. Horses aro
entered here owned by Edwin Tborrae and
Wm. Rnckafcller. Tbe class of roadster
number forty-teven In all.
Another Fatal CauflatrraUloa.
Annapolis, Md., Oct. 22,-Basll't
Block, near the market, is ablaze. It con-talus-the
largest business bouset In the city.
It it thought two or three perxout hare been
burned to death. The Mayor bat tele
graphed to Baltimore for aid.
A SECOND DldPATCn.
Annapolis, Md., Oct. 22. Tea houees
and nino store-rooms have burned. Lost,
H'!0,WJ, distributed among a number of
peoplo. Insurance only partial.
TWO PKKSONS KILLED.
Two persons were killed, Charles Legg
and hi aged aunt, Mist Lizzie Watklns,
whom Legg, after be was out of the houte.
went hack to save.
New York, Oci. 22. The report
current on tbe Produce Exchange that tbe
bouse of M. Fuller Si Co. bat tutpeuded it
not correct. The bouse had been on the
bull side and could not put up further mar
gin, so they transferred their contracts to
parties who will protect them.
Skw Yokk, Oct. 22. C. B. Lathrop, a
grain broker, notified by the Produce Lx
change, is compelled to go inlo liquidation,
lie was unable In put up further margin
Lost In a ale.
RociiKSTRlt. Oct. 22. The barge Pacific
was picked up by a tug off Charlotte' this
mntuliig. All hands were saved. There
were four oilier tugs In charge of the tug
Carlhon. All broke away lu a gale. One
Is supposed to have gnun down with all
Mr. John Itussrll Yonna; ltad.
llAitTKoRD, Conn., Oct. 22. A dispatch
from Pari announces the death there, this
morning, of the wife of John Kusseil Young
our Mlulstcr to Chins. Mrs. Russell was a
niece of the late Gov. Jewell.
Hour mill Ituraed.
Dubuque, lo., Out. . Th flour mill
In Guttenbur, H hy O. F. West,
burned Saturday night. 3 Lost, $30,000;
A Hit Wolala Barofcli,
LaGranosi, 111., Oct. S3.-A. Kolb'i
cheese factory burned aers this morulug.
Lett f 10,000; liuuunot ott aUlod.
t II IV A.
Hono Ko.Nfj, Oct. 22.-Advicei fron Hal
Phong, Tonquln, ay the retldi nta there
are in dread of an attack of a thousand pi
rate encamped In that vicinity. The
French garrison at Hal Phong It imall, Hut
it It believed will be able to repel an attack
by the pirates. Reinforcement, however,
arc anxiously awaited. There Is great ao
tivliy In the Chinese camp to tbe north of
(la Not, and It Is feared the Black Vlagl
w ill assume offensive operations.
Hono Kong, Oct. 22. A decisive, action
of French forces from Hanoi against the
Black Flags at Baonlnlt It impending. The
weather Is cool and tbo ground is rapidly
drying, Tbe French garrison at Hanoi It
momentarily expecting 8,000 Inforoeraenu,
which will furnish an available force there
of T.ooO men. Admiral Courhet has taken
command and will Immediately begin an
active campaign. The pirates menacing at
Hal Phong were driven from tbe coaet by
the French gunboats.
Shanghai, Oct. 22. A Cbiuese admiral
has arrived here with eight gunboats. Sir
George F. Brown, the English governor at
Hong Konir, tins left Pekiu for Hong Kong
after a satisfactory Interview with tbe
Chinese Minister of Foreign Affairs.
London, Oct. 22. There it much tar
prise here, owing to d gpatches from
America staling that, the Canadian detec
tive discovered a plot to murder Lord
Landsdowne, the Governor-General of
Canada at tuebee.
Tbe Colonial office know nothing of the
There was an explosion In the Lady Pit
Colliery, near Stoke-upon-Trent, yester
day, wbiie the miners were trying to ex
tinguish a fire. Six were killed and three
London, Oct. 22, There was another
explosion to-day in the coal-damp in the
Wlmrneliffe Carlton Mine, while an ex
ploring party was searching for the bod let
of tho victims of Thursday's explosion.
Several explorers were injured. It if
feared two were killed.
London. O t. 22. Special -.inene
from Quebec say the report that dynamiters
were iient on in iking an attack on Lord
Lansilowne on his arrival caused tbe great
est excitement there and In the adjlniug
country. The police informed Lord Lome
and the Dominion Ministers of their dls
t'ov.rr. A Cabinet council was ha-tily
suiiiiii meil. It met Sunday an I discussed
tne melius to lc laKeii to preveut any hot
FIl AM F-
Pauis, Oct. 22. Gen. Cutnpetion, Minis
ter of War. says be will devote all hit ener
gy to the reform system of mobilizing the
army The imsp.-cts of war with Uor
many will he upperni ist In bis mind.
The government has deierin tied to op
pose the demand of the Chamber of Depu
ties for Ui expulsion of the Orleans
MAIt iU AM' A It.
P.siti.s, Oct. 22. Advices froinTainatave,
Ma.lag.ncar, state that tho French man-of-war.
Yaiiilevil, left with orders to bombard
.M.ili.i.'iaroo and other southern porta of tbs
OCTOBER 22, 1S83.
CATTLE Receipts 3.800; quiet;
exports W 4")ffltJ 00; good to cuoica
shipping quoted at fO 30 Cfri 10; common
lo fuir $4 00o5 40.
H()GS--ReietBts 12.000; active and
firm: light at $4 7f: 2o;
rough packing W 2.V4 70; heavy packing
and shipping $4 7Va) 20.
CATTLE Faxporters $i 0a) 25; rood
to heavy do V S0i$ 80; light to fair $4 OOid
4 7.'i; common to medium VI 40ft4 90; fair
U good Colorado $4 00 ii.. 19; southwest $1 7")
If 4 Sal; grass Texant 1 2,Vi4 23; light ta
rood stockers ft o0i,1 7J ; fair in goo I feed
ii' W 7.Vrt4 25; common to choice native
oows and heifert $2 iVaHW; snAllawag of
any kind 3 00ftf3 40.
SHEEP Common, medium AllfrhtfiiWra
3 25; fair to good W 50643 73; prune $3 80
r4 00; fair to good Texans 2 7o(VJ3 00.
HOGS-Receipts 1,83-3 head; shipments
64" head. Market active and higher, York
bocs selling it H 75(34 8ft. sacking nominal
at 4 Mia 4 70, and butchers stead at $4 60
.) for rough to good heaviet.
WHEAT 80 K October; November 91K;
December D3; Januarv 94V: May
CORN October 48 "; November 4(1V;
December 43 V; January lo V; Mav 48A1;
year 43 V.
gats octooer S7.i: isovomoer
December 28; year 27 i ; May 81.
WHEAT Higher: closing at SI OOV
November; 41 UlHl 01 S. December:
COK.n itetter; 44 November; tt
year; 4tfa)444 tun May.
OATS Quiet; 20S b. October; 2SX
26 V b. November; 31 K b. May,
WH EAT -October $1 00 a. ; November
$107'; Deceniner 11 lOtf; January
$1 12.'; February $1 14X.
CORN-October 63'; November WW;
Deci mber 67.; January 57.
OAT'S November 33; December 36 V;
Januarv 36 -i.
ST. LOU IS.
BUTTER-Creamery at 25(328 to 20 for
telections, a shade mors In a small way;
tccondttt dairv rates. D.ury at 20r22
for choice to fancv to 23;a.!4 for telections;
fair 12(051.,; low gr.vlo 8'tSW. Good to
choice near-by in pails IU1J; common 7(4
POULTRY Quiet. We quote: Spring
ollli'kens-smail ami scrubby 1 SOrtDl 73;
fair to choice, JU UU-b'2 23; laney large, $2 50.
Old chickens cocks U 23ftf2 30; hens,
J3 23; turkeys, 4(ri!; tUilv, JUSOtoJ 73,
according to size; geese nominal at J.'iV3.
KGOS-Rccnipts 358 pkt. Market quiet
and easier at IS S faille for choice marks;
old and doubtful stock much lest.
Wheat arrived dull and heavy; corn ar
rived unchuuged. Wheat and corn
to arriva dull and heavy. Mark
Lane Wheat and corn dull and easier.
Country markets shade lower. Red win
ter wheat off coast declined 6J ; red win tor
wheat to arrive declined 8d; Cali
fornia wheat to arrive and off cast
declined 6d. Spot wheat dull and easier;
No. 9 spring 8t 8d; No. 3 spring
none In market; Weturn winter 8 fid;
Mixed Western corn rather owder at fm
2d. Demand fram Continent and United,
Kingdom dull tor wheat sod strou '