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JtJEW YORK .STOKK,
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GOODS SOLD VjSUY CLOJtK
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6th Btrnoi, between Com'l Avu. mid Lever.
CHOKE BORING A SPEC I A LTV
ALL KINDS OH" AMUXITION.
Safcf Kesalred. All Kind ol Knvi Mmle.
W. 8TRATT0N, Cairo. T. MUD, MlMotirl.
STRATTON & BUM),
Ko. 6f Ohio Levee, Cilto, Iii.
VAtftnU American Powder Oo.
V o a t i e d ,
.l W IloadaiTtc,
(' hronlo Dlur.
Inipiirity of the
Itlooil, Fever and
ami all l)lmite
ntiiftcd by Dft
rangftmeut of Llvar, HowcU and Kldiieyn.
SYMPTOMS OK A I)ISKAIKI MVEU.
Had Ifreath; I'ain In llie hide, minctimes the
pain l fell under the hlnuildcr.hlad":, misulien for
Hhetiniatisin ; nMii?ral ns of ai:tiic; Howela
gtnerally cottive, loiietimfia altrrnatinit witti lax ;
the head it trouMed with pain, it dull and heavy,
with cowidfraljlc Irm of memory, icenmpanitd
with a painful tnnaiic.rt of Iravitij tin, lone lotnelhing
which oinjht to hav: ht cudone; a tlijjlit, dry vmgh
and fluvhed face it tomctiiiici an atlendaiit, often
mistaken for eontnmtitiun; the patient complaint
of wearinest and debility; nervout, eatily ttarlled;
feet cold or burnin;;, totm-iimei a prickly tentalion
of the tkin exin, kj.irii are low and tletpondent,
and, alihouiih satisfied that exercise would he liene
fi 1 1 id, yet one can hanlly tuiiimon up fortitude to
try It in fact, distrust! every remedy, Several
of the ahove symptom attend the disease, but catea
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet
eiamination after death ha shown the Liver to
have been extcntively deranged.
It should lm used by all perilous, old ami
young, whenever any of the above
Porsona Trnvelliis or Living In Tu.
healthy Localitle, hy takinj; a dose occanon.
ally to keep the Liver in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria, Itlllitiiit attnf.'k, Iiitmess, Nau
sea, Drowsiness, I)epre-.sion of Spirits, etc. It
will Invigorate like a ulass of wine, but Is no In.
If You havo fHtfn anything hard ol
tllKestion, or feel heavy after meals, or sleep.
Ie at night, uke a dose and you will be relieved-
Time and Dortorn' Hills will b saved
ly ttlwaya keeplnir the Ilegtilutor
In the) Mouse t
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
safe inirgatlvf, alK-rtillve and tonic can
never tie out of place. The rmteoy is liarmlesa
and doe not interfere with business or
it is rrnixY vr-OKTAnLE,
And hat all the p,wer nnd ethcicy ol Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the uijuriu-i after effccti.
A Governor's Testimony.
Simmont Liver kr-g ilamr has Wen in use in my
faniilv for some time, and I am satisfied it it a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J Gu.1. hitoRTcn, Governor of Ala,
Hon. Alexander II. Stephen, of Oa.,
ays: Have derived s,.me brnciit Irom the use ol
Simmont Liver Kcgulator, and wish to give it a
"The. only Thing that nerer fall to
Itellevp." I hnvt used m.nv rrnndics fr Dyt
eptia, Liver Atldtion and lability, hut never
have found anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmont Liver Kvu!ator h- I sent from Min
nesota to Georgia f r it, and wool,) send further for
such a medicine, and w.mhl advise ad ho are urn
thirty affected to K,ve it a trial as it tecini the only
thing that never Lilt to relieve
1' M. Jankkv. Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. W. Mason miv: From actual ex
perience in the u e of hinim s I.iver Regulator in
my practice I have been and am satisfied to ute
and prescribe it at a purgative medicine.
frayTake only th Genuine, whieh alwayt
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and Signature of J. . ZKILIX Si CO.
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PHYSICIAN ct SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
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no rui ureii.
t'KKICK On Uth street, oppc.iite the Tost
omcc, Cairo, III.
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CAIHO. - - TTjTj.
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HI 5 SATANIC MAJESTY.
Raising a Rumpui at Lakeville.
(heeriDg Chips for Carpenter -Qreely
Wiuier in the North-Clubbed into
SubraiK8ion The Lily and Her Horse
-Bets on Ben at a Discount Hotel
Burned -More Money for the Defense
of O'Dounell-Attempted Train Bob
bery, Etc, Etc.
Ihf Itcs-ll In Pa.f In LakfTlllf.
l.sKKVii.i.K. Conn.. Out. 25. -A nvr ele
inent entered to-day Intit lint religion wt-r
A'liioh, liprauae of the erection of a laie
fnieiflx In front of the Catholic church mid
in full view of the. principal MreftM, ha
Ix-en carried on In the villasre of Lakevillo
'luring ib pust few tuotuhs.
Iliilifitn only mn appeared us com
h i aula, b it to-day the Proton
tan ladi . allied M the support of
their relatives. E.trly yesterday morniDij a
notice reque.tiiiK the presiice at 3 o'clock
p. in. of the ladiei of Lakeville at the home
of Mr, (ico. Harrison was placarded la
prominent placet about the village. What
was the ohject of the call was not known
until to-day. The purpose of
the meeting, It wa ascertained,
was lo form an aesocmion the
tn 'inljers of which munt hind themselves to
iltschiifsfc the women (,'atholio aervants In
their employ und contribute their share to
ward the Importation of vottnir colored wo
men fioin N.-w York or Baltimore, who. on
their arrival rnu-t be employed in place of
tbe discharged Catholic tter'vanig. Shortly
after 3 o'clock - p. m. to-dav there were
gathered at Mr. Harrison' bouse
not less than twenty of the nives of
the wralthiesi resident. V
Harrison prtuded and aiated tbe ohlect of
the meeting nnd Mr-. Rudd, wife of the
superintendent of the local steamboat com
pany, who, In retaliation for tbe Catholics
lioyeottinc the PrnsteHanl storekeepers.
refused last month tbe use of thcconipatn'a
learner and trove to tbe. Catholics on the
ii easioti of the opening and dudicaiion of thi!
convent, was strone In her advocacy of the
objects of tbe uew organization. It was dc
i.iileJ, however, to postpone final action tin -
in tbe next meeting, when, it wan hoped.
hi re would e more ladies present. The
diief grievance that too Protestant ladies
have is the election of Father Lynch, a Ro
man Catholic pastor, a schttol visitor for
three years, and the fact that tbey mui.t
send their children to a school over which
a Hotnan Catholic priest occupies a super-
viHlnK Influence, althoush he has com
pelled alt of tie thlldren at bis
laitb to leave the public school and attend,
hi newly opened parochial seiiool. Strong
efforts were made by the Protectants to de
feat ths priest, but fear of being tli-chirped
prevented most of tho tnlnera-employed by
ex-.Senator liarniim from votlnsr any but
the regular Democratic ticket. The conse
quence was that the regular Democratic
ticket, on which tbs priest's name ap.
P'ared. was th" succeasful one by a small
More I'nvorable to Cnrpenlrr.
Lincoln. III.. Oct. 20. Yesterday Sber
iff Wendell distributed a large number ol
handbills offering a reward of $100 to any
person furnwhing Information of the where'
abouts of the murdered Zora Burn on Sat
urday night and Sunday, October 14, or
other reference to ber valise and cloibluc.
At the inquent Ben F. Dixon testified that
he saw Carpenter at Harrisburg on October
IS; he came up in his bujrgy; witness told
him he had seen tbe corpse, but bud not
beard the particulars. Carpenter appeared
not to bear; asked if tbey had learned whit
the girl was: think be did not ask when she
was found. As I came to Lincoln that
morning I met Carpenter at 9 or 9;30
o'clock about half way to Harrisburg. He
was driving slowlv. He has come to liar.
rifburg occaknally during the past six
months, but I never saw him in a buggy but
once before, and then Mr. Martling, hit
partner, was with him. This was eighteen
months ago. I do not think be was exulted
He appeared to want to hear all about it
I thought nothing strange of bis actions.
Coroner John T. Boyden tcdtltied con
corning Carpenter's conduct on the morn-
Jiir Zora Burns' remains were found.
"When Carpenter returned from Harts-
burg be came in nnd looked at the bodv,
He said he thought it was Zora Burns, n
u-iil who bad been in bis employ at one
time; said he last saw her on SnUrdny af
ternoon; he had an Intni-view with her at
that time. He said she camo to inquire af
ter her sister who had removed to Dakota.
There was nothing unusual In his manner.
He did not hesitate to answer. Ho did
not ask me whether I bad notified her
folks. Wheu I told him the gil l was preg
nant he said, "In that so?'' He neverro-
turned again to see tho remains to ray
Paul Smith wa In Carcenter's ofhYe on
Saturday when Zora Bums came In. She
went Into his private ofllc.ti. Mr. listen was
there at the time, but came out. I left be
fore the Interview ended.
Charles Abel saw CurntMiter Sunday even
ing, driving with a young woman mid a lit-
e uny, I Mil not know w ho thry were.
William Wendell, sheriff, said: "Carpen-
ter never came to see me In regard to the
murder, Went to him nnd asked if Zora
came lo see him Saitirdav. II replied that
she did jomn lo Inquire after her shier,
who Is In Dakota. Asked h'.m in what nart
of Daknla shn was, and be said ho tlltl not
know. I suggested Pierre, and he said he
thought thut was the place. He asked If
they were taking any steps to discover the
mur lerer, '
luhbed Into MibniUsloii.
IlitUSAPtUls, Ind., Oct. 25. -Patrick
O'Miigher resisted yesterday when Con
stable Gloss attempted to arrest blm for
felonious assault upon Mrs. Marv Lamb.
llo drew a razor and the ofilcer a club,
which proved trumps, with the nsslstance
of a patrolman called li by the constable.
Tho beating administered to O'Majrher
would have killed an ordinary man out
rlifhl, his head being all but mashed to a
elly, and ho ha been sent to the hospital
to await tbe result of his Injuries, He
rlalms tbat Gloss struck him with the billy
before he drew a razor, but admits the
The oUU'.er'a Injuries are sol
i' W YdjtK, Oct. 25. -Richard Howe, of
liob iken, I almost frantlo with Brief over
the disappearance of his sister Eliza, who
ha been missing since Sunday, Howe
cam.; from Ireland threo year
H- One year ago KlUa,
who is 21 year, old, followed her
brother to America. She procured a
situation as a servant and was at the time of
her (lisappc iitiiee living with a family upon
trie street, Jersey City. A few moiilbs
ft" hu was introduced bv ler
brother to Patrick Larklns. ' The
acquaintance sum developed into
love, ou tho girl's side ut leut, and she
confided to her frlcuiU that she was soon to
t-'hangn her name, when she did not say.
It appears from her own statement that
Larkins had abused her love, and confidence.
Ut) professed! bo gjeaic.-l affcciiou fur her
and she was happy. On h mi day evening a
friend asacd her, "Klua,' have you heard
"Pat Lai kins was married lo-day."
The girl's cheeks blanched in an Instant,
and she seemed about to fall. Then recov
ering bcr self-command she turned away
without another question. Since that mo
ment none of ber friends bave seen her.
Ta: news ts terrible to the unhappy girl
was literally true, for Larkins carried a
Miss Mary Ilalloran en Sunday. Yester
day Howe r-celved a letter from his sister
asking his forgiveness and say
ing that she had been betrayed by
Larkins. She further said that ber body
would be fouud in front of Fifteenth street
In the river. By those who knew Kh.a
Howe it is not believed that she has killed
herself, but she is supposed to be biding in
New Yo-k. She is a tall, plump andjwell
"The Man In Ulue."
'kw Yukk, Oct. 2.'i. At an early hour
yesterday morning a man about 30 years
old entered the store of (.has. Stevens, a
giintuttu at No. 7dS Fiiiton street, Brook
lyn, and asked what it would cost to have a
breech-loader repaired. Mr. Mevens told
him, and tbe visitor said he would take the
damaged weapon to another store. He
tarried some time, exauiing a number of
fowling-pieces. While doing so Mr, Stev
ens was called to tbe rear of the store, and
on his return discovered that the man bad
disappeared will) a gun valued at $130. He
immediately repoited the fact to the oo-
lice, mid about au hour later an ottieer dis
covered the thief strolling leisurely up
Hanson plane toward Kulton street, earn
ing tin- gun in bU hand. The man on
be:tii,' arrested admitted the theft. He was
taken before Ju-tice Walsh, pleaded guilty
and was sentenced to the Kins'
county penitentiary for six
months. He was iheu taken to nolice
henrlquart-rs, wbare he w as recognized as
Thomas Daily, for whom the rsolice had
In en gcarcbiug for some time, He is a
notorious robber of little boys and girls on
thesircet. A number of children were
taken to headquarter. George Tweed and
his brother, who hail been among his
victims, readily recognized blm among n
.eu other ptisoncrs. Several other
children pointed bim out as tbe man who
had stolen different sums of money from
them. Distly lia rlauritd also In in a num.
ber of other similar child robberies. He
was accustomed to take boys to tbe pnniteu
llary ground, and after persuading fbem
that they would be searched luside. in
duced them to entrust tbdr watches, over
coals und other personal property to his
i are, then he would run away. He
known as tbe "Man in Blue. "
Idem. Urvflry'H PrtMstssvita.
Washington, Oct. 25. Gen. Hazen
speaks very hopefully regarding Lieut
Greeley, and the prospects of bis getting
tlirou;!) the wiutor. He has studied the
master pretty thoroughly since his return
from the West, as be bad already before
the vessel was btted out, aid he thinks
there is no serious eround for alarm. '
don't think tbat there is any doubt that we
shall tiiel Greeley and his men all right next
spring when we send for them," bo said
toa correspondent. "Of course Idon't
mean by that that somo of tho party may
not have met with death from accident
or from natural causes, as
they might havo done here, but
that their coutliiion there is not as bad as
many people suppose, I am satisfied.
confidently expect that they will be found
alive and well next summer, and that it
will then be seen that all the alarm and
anxiety ten on tneir account aas Decn to a
great extent without occasion. Of
course I wish that lie had been reached
ibis season, uui ne coma not oe, and was
not, and I confidently exptct toseehlin and
bis men brought buck alive next seasou. I
oinnotalono In thin belief, either. His
wife, brave Itttlo woman that she Is, is as
hopeful and confident as we are, and every
body who has fxamiued Into the matter
thoroughly Joins with m In this b lltf."
Hlowlaft- tip aa Allrtuaii.
liiHMisr.HAM. Ala., Oct. 25. A loud re
port startled the town last night, and it was
thought that a boiler at tho Sloss furnace
had burst. Upon investigation it was found
that sonic one had attempted to blow up
Alderman J, B. Karl's residence. The ex
plosion demolished one end of the kitchen,
which adjoins the residence. It la not
known whether dynamite or powder was
ltatl lor lien.
Boston, Mass. . Oct. 25. Tho gamblers
arc belting on Robinson as the winner In
tho gubernatorial race. At the pool room
two weeks ago no one was willing to give
odds on either Butler or Robinson, but
during tho present week amounts as high
as $2,000 and f4,uuo have been wagered in
pools lu niltls of luij io !W that Robinson
would be elected.
Ciiicaoo, ocl. 25. -The South Tark
Hotel, a somewhat noted road house in the
line residence district on the southern out
skirts of tho city, burned this morning.
There was but few Inmates in the hotel at
the time, nnd nil escaped, though a num
ber were coin pulled te make a hurried exit.
Loss, $25,000; partly Insured.
"Put Money lu Thy Puree."
Ciiicaoo, Ocf. 25. Sullivan, one of the
counsel for the defense of O'Donnell, cab
led from London yesterday that tbe pris
oner bad a good prospect of acquittal, but
money was needed to secure witnesses
from South Africa. Th treasurer of tbe
O'Donnell defense fuud here at once for
Capalaetl sasstd Drowned.
VlNKYAKU II ILL, Ms.,Oot. 25.-Capt.
Fmley, William Fowler, M. Whalen and
another seaman were drowned here to-day
hy thn rapsixlnf of a sohoouer, Wm. A.
Flnlay, the mat, cttnjrlBf la th up
turned boat, was drifts! aafcoM twtdy
"! lis in p" I'l. Ilnis.
KM.I.Y Tin: kit ki:i
A no her Old-fashioned Row Brewing
D iween tho Demoorafio Factions ol
N w York.
Nkw Yoitu, Of. as. The Tammany
li t i I. aders met s I .'clock p. in., yester
), i their hall. U was rumored that
uii'v Lad decided upon a change of front,
hut i hey vijiiltl nominate Thomas F. Gra
dy for Senator in the Fifth District Instead
of lu the Sixth, This news created surprise
in the Irving Hall camp. Tbe Irving Hall
lesders, who championed Murphy, said
that if (irady was transferred from tbe
r.lghth to the Fifth District the Irvin? Hall
itcs would jump over to the County Democ
rat v and indorse all lis nominees for Alder
men and the Assembly In all tbe district In
the city, T!;e conference committees on
Sniaioilitl nominations, of Tammany Hall,
County Democracy inid Irving Hall, were
to have met at 4 p. m. in their respec
tive district. They did not meet,
bovver, as what will follow will show that
-ueli meeting would bave been futile. The
question was whether there should be nom
inated any Senatorial candidates.
John Kelly i ."aimed thai the county De
miei.iv had agreed to divide up the Sen a to
tllslt lcisso that each organization should
noiniii.iii! whomsoever it pleased. Atthe
Ins' moment the couitty Democracy leaden
had enjoined the Tammany II convention
of the Sixth District from nominating Ora
dv. This, Mr. Kelly averred, was a viola
tion of tho treaty of the union on the Sena
torial no liinaiions. Further, Irviug Hall
in allowing lis convention In the Sixth dis
trict to nominate Timothy J. Campbell for
S'liiior has also gone back
on lis pledges. Mr. Kelly
clned by remarking that possibly Mr.
(irmly would be a candidate for senator In
th" Fifth instead of the Sixth district. He
called upon the leaders In that district to
express their opinions about Mr. Grady'i
chance in the Fifth district. Police Jus
tice Duffy frankly staled that he did not
think that Grady could be elected. If
(jra lr was Imported Tammany Hall would
lovt an alderman. Mr. Kirk of the scc
o.td. Mr. Sieven of the third, and Mr.
Gauihletou of the Fifth districts, thought
that Grady could bo elected in the Fifth
scratoriul district as against Murpby. Sen
ator Grady slowly arose and said he would
there say that ho was do longer a candi
date for election to the Senatorsbip from
A resolution was adopted demanding tbat
Tamm any Hall should run a Stalwart can
diih.c for Senator in each of tbe districts,
heilur in hopes of victory or In contem
plation of defeat. In obedience to the In
structions T tmiuaiiy Hall last night noml
nafed candidates for Senators. The county
Democratic leaders had a caucus yesterday
.if'ei iiuon. It was decided by a vote of 15
io 0 to ncce'H the proposition of Tammany
Hall for a uniou on Senatorial nominations.
Kx-M .yr Cooper, H. O. Thompson, T.
t'nsii :an, M. J. Powers and Win. P.
Muciitell favored the union even with the
indorsement of Grady. John Keenan, Chas.
lie illy. Thus. Walsh and others voted in
the nejntive. While this decision was be-
in'.; uiTivcu ai me Tammany people were
vol inn (or stralgb nominations.
Attempted Train Robbery.
Wai.m t RuxiE, Ark., Oct. 25. An at-
tempt was made to rob tbe north 'bound
express traiu on the
IKO.V MOUNTAIN rUILBOAO
last night about 10 o'clock between O' Kesri
ami Delaplane, fifteen milee north of here.
EXPRESS TRAIN WAS LATI
and i he loeal freight was running on tbe
time of the express. The local was flogged
by three lanterns. When stopped It was
A PARTY OS SIX MBit,
all beavliy armed. After a fear questions
they found they bad stopped tbe wrong
train at-d jn-ed nt0 the wood with
many cm si s, witdout molest
ing anything or anybody
The local conductor telegraphed tho fact
to RoadruasiterCoo. Griffin at Ibis place,
who summoned a posse of cltuens.
headed by John Rhea, and aocouipaaled
by United States Marwbal O. K.
Wheeler, went north on the belated ex
press eager for a fray with the robbers, but
no further attempt was made lo
rob the train. The robbers were
ALL LAROC MBM,
from thirty to forty years of age, and all
wore heavy ovetooals, and carrie d in the
party were three common lanterns. Tbey
AI'PAKKNTLY WILL ORGANIZED,
and seemed to know tbeir business. Ev
ery effort Is being made to capture them.
Tbe l.lly and Her t'.qnloo Pete.
New York, Oct. 25. The steamer Wy
oming, which arrived yesterday, brought
four carriages and saddle horses belonging
to Mrs. Laugtry. She leaves the city this
evening under tbe management of C. Men
Hum, for Burlington, Vt. She opens tbe
season there ou the 2,lh, after which she
will play in Montreal for one week, and
then go lo San Francisco, playing In the
principal cities en route It Is probable
she will go from there to Australia.
Waylaid and KllliA
Ukkknnki.d, O., Oct. 25. John Dog
gett, a bartender In Charles Hlru's gro
eery, was attacked on his way home last
night by an unknown person, shot twice
ami instantly Kiueu. N'veaw colored men
saw tbe murder, but failed to catch the
A Ma-Niory fcttloglnni.
Nfcw York, Oct. 25. The younc men's
association of the lempul Both LI celebrat
ed the Outh birthday of Sit Moses Monte-
fiore, the Lnjllsu philanthropist. Dr.
Kohlersaid: "He Is a true philanthropist
of thn purest type, a Hebrew I'eabody and
tho Peter Cooper of his race. "
Kaplaln or 4Jo.
Nkw York, Oct. 20. Diiulel Jackson,
auditor of accounts in tho city comptrol
ler's ofliee, has been served with specifi
cation charges by the comptroller. This
action is preliminary to removal lu the ab
sence of a satisfactory explanation,
l ire at i:a at hasrlanw.
East Sai.i.naw, Mich., Oct. 25. -Bliss,
Brown A. Co, 's saw. mill, two salt blocks
and 1.0UO barrels of salt, .and two drill
houses burned here last night, Loss, VW,-
000; Insurance, flU.lliH),
Tim Abaestittllns; I'torta.
Nkw York, Oct. 25. Stephen James,
aip'd 20, in the employ of Oaskell, Green
lie it Co., machinists, has fled with the box
containing the weekly wr i ol ths em
ploye. Au Old MliiWti. Bfm.
Concord, N. H., Oct. Ui Rev. Iaaae
Wllleh Pembroke, th oidast Coarega.
llonal mlnUlsVlaths WaSst, tried to-tAj
Hr A boat ( LTtvlsrrj AbmUb,
st. Louis, Oct. 26,8lnce tbe latter
psrt of September Amelia Larieux, who
ikii away with J. K. Hurd. tbe New Home
Sewing Machine masher in July, has writ
ten a dozen letter to her parent! and as
many to ber lady friends In Carondelet,
ayinjr that she would return borne
soon. She signed the letters Amelia Ed
wins, and asked that the replies 1m ad
dressed lo her In Boston. She was living,
she said, in the Huh with her wealthy hus
band. With this important lafor
maiion Mr. John Larieur, her father,
started for Boston on the 16th
inst. He iirrived there on tho following
Thurtday, hut did not find It an easy task
to discover bit runaway daughter. 1 On
Tuesday inorninj; Mlast jB-VIri. Larieux
received a letter from her hus
band saying that be could not find
Amelia, although he bad made a
dose search. Mr. Larieux called on the
Boston police to assist blm and at 11 o'clook
Tuesday morning, Just after readlnj the
above letter, Mrs. Larieux received a tele
Ki am tbat he had had Herd, who went by
tho name of II use, arrested. Aruolla and
Mute, alias Edwins, alias Hurd, alias
Llnscott were pious pnopio in
th oity of noston; they went to church,
reiiiiliirly and told the pastor that they lived
only three blocks from the church. Mrs.
Larieux sent her husband a fresh supply of
money vesierday. He and Amelia are ex
pected home by next Sunday, perhaps
Hurd will be brotigb back lo Missouri on
a rquisliloii charging bim with entkdug
from her home a girl under eighteen.
OtT.DVT niTIF.Vr. A CCLVfcH. .
An Amusing Inoident in a New Haven
Nkw Havk.v, Oet. 25. In summing up
In the case of Miner F. Culver, tried for
stealing his young wife, the latter' coun
sel grew eloquent aud exclaimed: "Can
you doubt the voice of beauty and virtue as
it appeal to you? Her testimony is con
fronted only by that of one man, tbe man
who at tiie aHstr swore to love, cherish,
protect and honor her. Look upon blm, 1
say." Mr. Fowler turned and looked up
on Mr. Culver. He glowered back at the
lawyer. Tho Jury watched evory move of
the speaker, fie contiuued with tbe ut
most scorn: "Tbat man's word against
Iter's! Why, peutleme i, I woulda't give
lhat (napping his fingers) for the testi
mony of any Culver tbat ever lived. "
Judge Culver, who was preUlltig, al
most rose from hi sgat. Mr. Fowler did
not at first see his mistake. It finally came
to b in like a thunder clap. Ho blushed,
sta iitii"re I, and dually managed to say:
"I meant to say, your honor, all thn Cul
vers that ever lived in North Haven; thals
It; all the Culvers that ever lived in Norttr
Haven." As be sat down be wiped bis
glowluu' face with bis handkerchief au I
looked around upon the throng with a
wonderfully satisfied air. Just then a
brother attorney, slttinit near by, reached
over ami whispered "You darned fool,
you've gone and done It sure, bow, why,
Judge Culver used to live In North Hav
en." Tnejtid,'ft then charged the Jury, who
after bring absent five minutes return d
with a verdict of guilty.
OCTOBER 25, 1883.
CATTLE Receipts 11,600; oulet:
exports o ibfdQ 76: rood to ehni.u
hipping quoted at $5 40 00 00; common
to fair $4 WfitS 15.
HOO$--Roeeiot 30,000; active and
firm: light at U TOtM 9a-
roiis;b packing (4 20(S4 67; heavy paoting
and shipping H Wii 20.
CATTLE Exporters Si flvVdd 21? mod
to heavy do $5 tW46 80; light to fair H 00(4
i 75; common to medium U 4004 9il; fsJr
io good Colorado $400r5 K); southwmt $2 75
34 85; grass Texan $3 00f4 10; Rgtrt to
rood stockers ft .Wil 75; fair to good feud
irs $3 7.VS4 25; common to choice SMttvo
sows and heifers ft! 2ortft 00; scsMnwra of
any kind 2 00ro 40.
SHEEP Com most, medium stHrht$i60r
8 2f; fair to good 13 oOiift! 75: wi'rao i:i nr
fat 00; fair to good
Texatn fa 7txaS tfO.
HOGS Receipts 6,207 bead faipmeoU
2.015 head. Market aotsve and steady, York
ers selling at $4 B0r4 15, rough mixed
at 4 75 :'a4 88. and butchers steady at ft K
($5 10 for rough to good heavies.
WHEAT-91 October; Nsvembr91V:
December OS; January MX; May
(1 0 1
COIlN-Oetobr4uAi November 4V;
December 45 ; January 45 S ; May iti
year 45 S,
OATS-Octobcr 27 V; November 28'
December M S; year 27V; May 31.
WHEAT Higher; closing at $100'
l 02 December; $108
CORN -Weaker; 43VNovember; 41
41 't year; 4r44S bid May.
OATS-yulet; 2H b. OctoWr; W
b. November; 81 K b. May.
WHEAT November fl 07 V; Decern
ber OUS'; January $1 II V ; February
CORN-November 5tD; December 67:
OATS- November G4S; December 33 t ;
ST. J.OI' IH.
HUTTER-Creamerv at 2.VrfJS to 29 for
elceitoiiB, a shade more In s small way;
seconds at dalrv rales, Dairy at '-'0V:i
for choice to fancy to 2lirrf'.'4 for selections;
fair 12r15; low grvle n.a',0. Good to
choice near-by In palls llirl,'l; common 1(4
8. No chango to note in the general tone.
POULTIIY-Bolb old and young chlckeas
lo liberal supply, motfertte demand and
lower; turkeys scarce, firm and In de
mand; ducks In fair supply, and selling
pretty well. Sales ranged i Spring chickens
-small l 'AV31 50; fair to choice. Si 7.V2!
choice $2 2,'tL Old chickens Cocks i2 otM
50, mixed ,2 'tl-l 00. hens. M OOM'J ?:!
turkeys, WfaMi V dozen; aecoidlng to size.
EGGS--Keei)lpl 490 Dks. Demands Ihrhr.
supply liberal and market dull at I8stfwic
for choice marks; doubtful stock les.
Wheat arrived dull and easier: corn to
arrive unchanged. Wheat lo arrive dull
and easier; corn to arrive steady. Marie
Lane Wheat and core dull. Conutrv
markets quiet. California wheat to arrive
declined OTtfid. Spot wheat dull; No. I
spring s M; No. isprlag none In market;
Weslcru winter 8s 4di Mixed Western
cora dull and easier at 6i xSd. Damans!
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