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l,1T" J. U. JON BH.Tlc..t Agent.
A.H. IIASSON.fien. Hat. Auent. Chicago
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Oldest in the eit ; otalilWietl in 1862.
Com'i Av , between !th aud 10:b Sta.
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Onneral rpirlng in all kindu of metHlj. heyt
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vrnrraMed ttlvo me a call, and be convinced for
yoartolf, at tn gn of til" "BIO GL'N.
JOHN A. KOKHLEIt.
gl.jm Troorlclor, Ciilro, 111,
JEW YORK STORE,
VUOLKSLE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK. CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
0. O. I'ATIKK te CO..
Or. Nineteenth street) CaiFO. 111.
Oommwdal Avenna f Vaiiw,
JJw 3D. INOE,
Slanufacturor and Dealor In-
tth Btreoi, between Com'l Are. aud Lovec.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMUNITION.
Safea Heaalred. AUKIndaol Eot Made.
W. BTRATTON, Cairo. T. BIRD. MiMourl.
STMTTON & BIED,
Ko.W Ohio Law, Cairo, IU.
UTAftnU AmoricM Pod Oo.
ill itin II i kluli li I II ITIIIil I' llmnT,. .;,T77V.V.:
Co a I n ok a,
Iuipiirily of the
lilooil, Fever unit
nml H DUeanea
ruuneil by !)
rangement of Liver, ItoweU and Kidney.
SYMPTOMS OF A DIHF.ASED MVEK.
Dad Hrfnlh; I'ain in the Si'lc, omctiinci the
pain li felt under the Shoulder. Made, mitulien for
Kheumatliin ; general l of appetite ; Uowelt
generally costive, nmetimui alternating with lax;
the head l troubled with pain, is dull and heavy,
with comidrrahle lost of memory, accompanied
with 1 painful limitation of leaving undone tomcthinz
which otiKht tu havi' Uendoue; a litit, iry coiiku
and flushed fate it icinclirnc" an aiKudaiit, oftrn
mistaken for comwmition, the patimt complain!
of weariness and dchilny; nei vout, easily startled;
(eet cold or burning sometiincs a prickly sensation
of the skin exists; spirits are low anil despondent,
and, although satisfied tl,al exercise would he bene
fil ial, yet one can hardly mirmnun up fortitude to
try it in fact, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the disease, but case
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet
examination after death has shown the Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
It should be uaed by nil persons, old and
yrinir m vtwv - f the isUiam
ur ayiuptomf kiipear.
Prraona Tratvedinir or Living In Va
healthy lculltia, by takinn a dot wxasion.
ally to keen the Liver in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria, Itillotm atlacks, Dimness, Nau
sea, Iirowsiness, D'.prefsion of Spirits, etc. It
will invigorate like a glass of wine, but U no 111
toxical lug bovernge.
If Ton hT ratn nnythlnp; hard ol
rii(estiiin, or feel heavy alirr meals, or alep
Ions at night, uke a dose and you will be relieved
Time and Doctor' Itllla will he saved
by always keeping the Hegulutor
In tbn Ilouael
F"r, whatever the ailment may b, a thoroughly
lafc purgative, altrrativtt and tonic can
never tie out of place. 'I he remedy is Imrnib ss
and doea not interfere with butloesa or
IT IS PCRELY YKGETABI.E,
And has all the power and efficacy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of ihe injurious after effects.
A Governor's Testimony.
Simmons Liver Regulator has been in use in my
family for some time, and I am satisfied it it a
valuable addition to the medical srirnce.
J. Gill Short., Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander II. Stephens, of (ia.,
says: Have derived some benefit In-ai the use ol
Simmons Liver Regulator, and wish to give it a
"The. only Thing that never falls to
Relieve." f have used many remedies fnr Dyt
pepsia. Liver AtTction and Debility, but never
have found anything to benefit nie to the extent
Simmons Liver Regulator has. I sent from Min
nesota to Oorgia f r it, and would send further for
tuch a medicine, and would advise all who are urn
ilarly affected to e ve it a trU as it seems the only
thing that never faili to relieve
I'. M Jannev, Minneapolis Minn.
Dr. T. VF. Mason says i From actual ex
perience in the use of Simmons Liver Regulator in
oy practice I have been and am tatisfied to use
and prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
JayTakc only tha Genuine, whieh alwayt
hat on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. II. ZEILIN" & C O.
FOR SALE KY ALL DRUCr.lST's
Q.E0RGE II. LEACH, M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of caracal diseases, and dlteases of women
OFt'ICE On 14lh street, opposite Hie Post
office, Cairo, III.
R. J. E. STRONG,
129 CtHHiiicrrial Ave., Cairo, III.
VAI'OIi, ELECTRO-VAPOR axu MEDICATKD
A lady in atteudancv.
QR. W. C. JOCFLYN,
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Ovtil'i No. 134 Couimerctal Avenna. hitwcoo
wM'.iand Nliith .Streets
136 and 138 Commer
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
a full line of all the latest, newest colors
and quality, and best manufacture.
Body Ilrnssel', Tipeslrlus, Ingrains, Oil
Cloths, A Jcc.
tig and Gents' Fur
This U. partment occupies a fall floor and
la complete In all respects. Goods are
guaranteed ot latest style and best ma
terial. Bottom Prices and First-class Goods!
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hitrhest Canh Price Paid for Wheat.
US. R. SMITH.
Grand Central Store.
CAIBO. - - ILiX.,
1 111 s 's ja. iiais.!1.. . aia u
By the Crowner'i Quest, Damaoina
Death of Bamual Appleton Hydrophobia-Apaches
, Surrender Langtry'i
Programme Too Many Funks The
Typos Winning the Day Gould Wreek
ing a Railroad-That Attempted Train
Robbery-In a Fiery Furnace flonld
Not Hang-Other Accident.
Lincoln, II!., Oct. 26. Aunt her clr
ourustaiirc In the Zora Burns muniVr ease
has buen brought out by the testimony of
M. J. Ltiwler. eoKlneer employed at the
Lincoln coal shaft. He swore that he saw a
woman wearing a dark dress, light bat inrl
lii!ht neckwear on the street near Carpeu-
ler'il rlevaior Sunday night, October 14,
about 7 o'clock.
Owloit to the dirkness he
could not distlnRiiihb tha woman's fea
tures, but Ibouehtahe resembled the mur
dered girl, whom he saw after death. The
clrl was evidently intoxicated and replied
to hit Inquiry that ibo wai attending to her
own business. The presence of 0. A.
Carpenter In Peoria August 15 with a wo
man REGISTERED AS HIS DiLOHTF.R
was shown by the Peoria House register
nod one of the chambermaids of the hotel.
Carpenter's, daughters were shown to have
been in Missouri at the sane time by the
testimony of Mlta Jennie Leeds, one of
their Intimate friends and correspondents.
taken from the dead Rirl'i bulr was com
pared by the lury with some found in Car
penter'i bugK" after bis arrest and found
to be alike. They were of a com
mon kind. Having esbausted their stock of
testimony the coroner's Jury ajjourned
until Monday morning at 9 o'clock.
TIIK MY8TEKIOUS MRS. CiHPKNTER
of Decatur ha arrived Id the city. When
interviewed by your correspondent she
stated that aba was here oo an important
errand connected with the murder of Zora
Burns, but that she would not toll any per
son what the knows or what her business
was hi re. In response to Inquiries she
stated tbat sine her return to Decatur
from t b la place, where she bad given some
li alimony damaging to Carpenter,
SHE HAD BKEN APPROACHED
by several different persons who have
trb-d to influence her to
contradict her previous testimony. She said
i hut one or the parties who did Ibis was
named Miller, but she doea not know his
tirnt name or place of residence. Others
made the same attempt, she kuts, r.-pre-renting
tha they were acting in Carpenter's
hebalf. It was intimated to her that
an acceptance of these propositions
would be well rewarded. She
s:ys she refused all the offers.
SHE CLAIMS 10 KNOW
their names, and refutes to tell them. In
rnrroboratlon of the testimony In regard to
Carpenter' visit in Peoria with MUs Hum
on August 14 and 15 she says Zora
left her bouse in Decatur on August 13 to
gotoMaroa, which U on the Illinois Mid
land railroad, between Decatur and
Pi oru, aud returned August 20.
That when the left Zora re
marked about her lack of funds, and
tbat she bad f 10 at least, perbips more.
On her return, Zora told her that she was
Peoria In July for three days, but gave no
Oao Tso Many.
New York, Oct. 28. Sophia M. Funk
applied to Surrogate Rollins for letter of
administration upon the estate of the late
Gen. Augustus Funk, who, she claimed,
was her husband. Her application was
about to be granted, but yesterday another
woman narod Helen J. Funk, oppeared
before the Surrogate and put in a claim for
letter of administration, assorting that she
was the widow of the deceased. Pending a
decision by tbe referee to whom the matter
will probably be sent, tbe two claimati,
took their departure. Mrs. Funk, of No.
bH East Fortieth street, tbe mother of tbe
deceased, said that Helen was tbe
lawful widow of her ion, bnvlug
married him about ten years ago, since
which time they bave been living together
in Washington. She nursed him through
all his sickness until the time of his death,
on the 18th Inst., In this city. She was an
F.uglish lady wboo name was Bellow. The
woman Sophia wa her ton' former wife,
from whom be was divorced about twelve
year ago, having married hir uxt ut Ihe
close of tho war. She wis thon a widow,
her husband bnving been a Mr. McLone, a
Centre Misrket butcher, and she was tUtceu
yems Gen, Funk's senior. .Shu had not
beeu seen or ueurd of sinoe tbe divorce un
til ber coming to claim tbe property ot tbe
deceased. She Is now about 60 years old,
while tho General' widow is it III u young
woman. Mrs. Funk suld the deceased left
no real and but very little personal prop
city. Wrecking it Railroad.
Boston, Oct. 20. Washington E. Con
ner, Jay Gould's brokor and partner, of
Xw York, has been hero lm:e Tuesday
morning. Although not absolutely secret
ing himself, rtvtny of his nmi intimate
friends have not linen a warn of his visit.
Connor owns four-fifths of the Evening
Slur, a penny paper here, and lie has pns
ed most of his tlmo In the private ulllce of
i hat paper. A prominent stock broker said
that he and others had been watching Mr.
Conner's operations closely the
hut two days, lie says that It Is
known that Messrs. W. E. Conner Co
of New York a' hort 130,000 shares ot
Michigan Central and Lackawanna. It is
also said that ho has been seut hero to buy
tho New York and New England railroad.
Mr. Conner' newspaper has been Ibis
week imiklng a series of lavage onslaught
on the rond, hoping to bring tbe dock
below 20, to which It hid fallen it the be
ginning of the week. Tuesday afternoon
Conner began buying all the
stock he could find, employing two
leading broker to act for him. Their pur
chase have carried It to 26, although It Is.
not generally known here that Conner Is
the buyer. The new combination still
lack 12,000 share of owning ibo control
ling Interest, Tbe prramme Include ths
ousting of President Wilson, who I
brother-in-law of t.cgrad B. Cannon,
hitherto a large owner, These ars state
uenti mtd by UiMtworthy broiler.
MORMNQ. OCTOBER 27ri"
nstath l Afiplrton.
Jf:w Yoiik, Oot. 18. -Samuel F. Apple
Inn. fur many years a member of tho llrm
of D. Appleton A Co., of this city, and
brother of Wm. n. Appleton, (Hot! sud
denly Wednesday night In a private asylum
forln'itne at Pleasantville. His death wa
so unexpected that a coroner was summon
ed to hul l an Inquest, which wa concluded
yesterday morning and a verdict of death
from heart disease rendered. Mr. Apple
ton had suffired from melancholia for a
number of year, After remaining in an
asylum near B'itnn for nearly live
yean ho was removed to the In
stitution at rie:isantvllle, where be bus
been an Inmate for about1 two and a half
years. On Weduesday evening, after din
ing, be complained of llltiesn. Ho wa
taken to his room, where be died almost
immediately, Mr. Appleton w.is in the
67th year of his age and was a w blower. His
remains were brought to this city last nllil
and will bo burled from St. Bartholomew's
church, at Forty-fourth street and Madi
son avenue, to-morrow morning.
" . - T-
A lorlora Foil.
Mineral Riuok, Ohio, Oct. 26. There
was a ten ible gas explosion last evening,
near this place, which fatally injured Dr.
A. J. Leiich, presidmit of th) School
Board, and seriously Injured several others.
Workmen dlgdtig for gas near town struck
a rich vein and many camu to see it, urn one
them Dr. Lcitcb, v.bo very foolifhly, ond
against tbe remonstrance of the bystanders
w rapped a newspaper around a stone,
lighted the paper and threw it down tbe
well, a distance of fifty feet. A tremend
ous explosion occurred which shook the
earth a great distance and blew tbe derricks
and trappings to splinters. Dr. Leitcb,
who stood at the mouth of tbe well, was
burled about fifteen feet in the air, and was
horribly mangled ; both eyes were blown
ou. his bair and nearly all bis whUkers
scorched off. He lies in a critical condi
tion. Others wero striously burned and
injured by pieces of timber.
Dr. Utilise to Uo to Chicaso.
St. Loris, Oct. 20. The rolntions
between Ke.v. Dr. II. D. Ganse and the
First Presbyterian church were dissolved at
a special meeting of the Presbytery this
afternoon. The Presbytery expresses Its
regret, its appreciation of Dr. Gaoso's
abilities as a preaeber, honesty as a man,
and his genial social (iialilles. Tbe cburcb
was represented by R. F. Lamb,
who testified to the regard it tclt
for him. Tbe usual papers of
regret from session and emigre
Cation were read. Dr. Ganse
takes charge of the Board of Aid for Col
leges and Academies. Ills headquarters
will be at Chicago.
The Presbytery parsed resolutions ap
pointing Ilev. Win. I'.llers pastor at Mitie
La Motte. He v. Geo. Booth, of Hamilton,
Scotland, was received Into the Presbytery.
Ilu is now in charge of tbe Washington ami
Th .ew York Printer.' N uoremfnl
New York, Oct. 20. Tbe strike of the
compositors in this city, wbleii was not
expeete.il to take place until next Mnnhay,
was pieulpnateil upon the Job aud weekly
Journal otllces yesterday noon, when, hi
the whistle sounded for dinner, upward of
l,,"Ji0 men quit their cases. In a majority
of the ntlii.es where none but union men
were employ cil, the action crippled opera
tions, and the management conceded to tbe
demand of the primers. Altogether fifty
nine shops hud conceded to Uie demand up
to last night, while uine had not, but sev
eral of them were expected, however, to
give In before the close of tho week. Tbe
men are orderly and qutctand claim to be
confident of gaining their point before the
end of the week. A large number of non
union men Joined the strikers.
Couldn't NiawI ihe III of WeUited
Baitimoiib, Oct. 20. Mrs. David Mo
ses, tbe fat bride, weighing 610 pounds, on
exhibition here, and recently married in
New York was found dead in bed Ibis
morning. Sua had been 111 for the past
two weeks and had not been on exhibition
since last Thursday, She was born In De
troit In November, 18ttt, and has been be
fore the public about one year. She gained
67 pounds in the Inst seven nio.iths. Rapid
increaae in fat around her heart supposed,
to bave been the cause of her death, She
was to bave appeared in Philadelphia at a
museum wboso curiosity ball Is in the
fourth story of the building. As she could
not ws.lk up thrco flights of stairs, tho pro
prietors vere putting up a derrick to hoist
Death From a Year-Old Dos; Bit.
PonsviiLK, Pa,, Oct. 26. All adopted
duUL'hter of James Barry, of Gcnuantown,
fifteen aillcs from here, was bitten by a
dog about a year ago. The wound was
neglected, but apparently healed, A few
days ago the girl, who Is now thirteen years
old, began acting strangely.
Yesterday, . before medical nld
could be summoned, shu became
speechless and went Into vloluut spasms,
In which she viciously barked and snarled.
To-day, during a more quiet Interval she
signified that she desired to write, and
paper and pen being furnished, the sorlb
bled: "The dog has done It all." Soon
after another paroxysm cama on, and at
last accounts she was bellovodto be dying.
The Donvor nml Itlo Ursnite.
Nfw York, Oct. 20. Adolph Engine,
vice-president of tho Denver and Ulo
(iruiule, said yesterday in reference to ibo
new Issue of to, 000,000 additional bonds
that t2, 000.000 would probably be taken
up by thn stockholder. If not then tbe
syndicate headed by WoeriHluieffe A Kuliu
and Loeb & Co. would lake the entire Is
sue, None of Hie bonds and premium stock
will be offered to outsiders. President
Luvejoy, who Is In Denver, writes a good
account of the property anil says, that $1,
250, ooo worth of raw material, ready for re
pairs, Is on hand,
Bringing In itess lleriskln.
El. rso, Tex., Oct. 20.-Jas. D. Mil
ler, manager of the Pierson House at El
Paso, telegraphs from Fort Bowie:
' 'Lieut. Hunt I at Silver Creek with soy
enty-flve or eighty Apnches, who surrend
ered to-day, and ten more arc coming In,
These Indians left tho Casts Grand on
Sunday, and aro of Qorouimo's band. ' '
Puiladklphia, Out. 26.-A frelgtl
(rain on ths Philadelphia, Wilmington atA
Baltimore) nsllrossl was In collision tbl
morning with a construction train west of
rhtlatlolphla. Abridge waa demolished,
tbl engine badly dainatvsd anil surer!
cars wreoke'l. No person Injured.
- : rr "" - -
tldlfyln; to F.dltora PlyCa,my tha
WAHiii.sciTOM.Oot. 28, Judge Fresman,
attorney general for ths PoatofBce depart
ment, has prepared as order requiring
iitMv.puper publishers to num'ier ths pages
of their supplement In regular order with
the pa;es of the regular Issues,
The postal authorities say they do not ex
pect in miiko any recommendation to Con
grcs, us to the rates of postage on transient
The 1'iah Commission I here,
preparing its report to tbe Pres
ident. Tho commissioner, In a general
way, claim that although Edmund' bill ha
not accomplished all that was hoped, It ha
accomplished something. Commissioner
Carlcton says polygamy is decreasing, and
that four-fifths of the male Mormons never
have been in polygamy. About 1.000 offl
ei'iis of all kinds have been elected under
the supervision of tbe commissioners, and
while nearly all of tbem are Mormons,
not one Is or has been In polygamy.
He bus .ni vsry, strong hopes
tbat tbe Monogamous Mormon
Legislature recently sleeted will make any
laws hostile to tho plural marriages. Mr.
Carleton found no (Tlddnce of dliloyalty,
except In so far as the Mormons were de
termined obey what they said was tho voleo
of God rather than the commands of men.
He dido'', believe tbat martial law would
avail, as be wui certain that under no pos
slblo circumstances would tbe Mormoni
taks up arms against tbe government. Mr.
Carleton (bought tbe opening of tbe rail
matt and tbe death;of Bilgham Young bad
weakened the polygamous faction of Mor
The l.aatrlrr Pro;i ararae.
Nr.w York. Oct. 26. Mrs. Langtry has
left New York, and so has Gcbhardt.
She departed with ber mamma, two maids,
a valet, two cooks and a poodle, but un
fortunately could not take ber horses.
Tho distinguished actress, with her retinue,
will travel in a private car, which ihe
found such a plcasnnt Institution last year
at Long Branch, where, however, her
retinue consisted of but one devoted
ktrvniu Everything tbat could eon.
(luce to the comfort of the fair
traveler has been provided In the luxurious
private ear, tbe 'Jerome Marble." Tbo
lily wore a close-fitting gray walking-di'e.-,
plainly trimmed, aud laughed in her
Jolly manner at everything about the car.
hho lias pretty teeth and love to show
them. She said she was going to work
Sjjain; tnat she was going direct to Bur
lington, Vt., where she plays for the first
time on the 20th Inst. Her rehearsals bave
proved nearly satisfactory, and her man
ager, Mr. C. Mendum, anticipated a good
seavm. From Burlington, sbe goes to
.Montreal, where sbe play a week, be-
iiiiiing on tbe 20tb, and then abc goes to
Chicago and on to San Francisco, playing
at all the vi incl pal elite en route.
II Looks I'nnny, Thougb.
W i m t RiiKiK, Ark., Oct. 30. Fur
ther developments in the "train robbery"
near D, laplane tone down the first reports
received here considerably. While the
party of men under charge ot officer were
preparing to make a thorough search of the
country for the supposed robbers, and run
them down "at the point of tbe bayonet,"
a force of wood-choppers in tbe neighbor
hood of tbe "robbery" came to
town almost scared out of their
wits, and acknowledged tbat they
had ioiped tbe train the nigbt before, but
simply done so to see if . there was any
freight on It for their camp near tho road,
and that they meant no barm by it. They
simply asked the conductor and engineer
what train it was, and if they had any
freight fur them. Tbey claim they were
not armed at all. No arrests were made,
ami everything is quiet; the officials belle?
ing that these men stopped the train
through ignorance, and without any
thought of mbsery. But it looks funny.
I tie Aaiighty Amelia.
St. Louis, Oct. 2fl. Although Mr.
Hurd, who says her uame I Mr. Lynn
Scott, claims that she was regnlarly mar
ried to Hurd, she never shows her mar
rlage certificate. It Is thought In Caronde
let that the whole nurd-Larleax affair will
finally end thus: John Larieox will get
back his daughter Amelia, and Hurd, with
his wife, will depart for parts unknown.
Hunt's lawyer tu Boston are doing their
best to get him set free by a writ of babea
corpus. No further Information from Bos
ton has reached tbe Larleux family to-day.
Amelia' mother I greatly distressed by
tbe news that her daughter refuse to re
Lllallet lillboura Again.
Washington, Oct, 26. The Attorney
General has requeued Shellabarger and
Wilson to assist the District Attorney in tbe
defense of John G. Thompson, Sergeant-at-arm
of the House, In the trial of Hallet
Kllbourn, against Tbompsou. Tho House
made no provision for the defense of Its
own nilloer against whom, on account of
official acts lis Sergoant-at-arm In laiprls
onin: Kdbourn, a verdict of (100,000 has
been found. Tbe verdict was sot aside by
tho court on the ground that It was exces
sive, Kilbourn has brought a new suit and
retained eminent counsel. Uo Claims SO,
000 damages this time.
The Other Pool. VTf
Bai KUilt, N. C. Oct. 2.-The Kepubll
cans nominated Judge Charles C. Foot for
for Congress In tho First District, in tbs
place of Walter II. Pool, deceased. Judge
Pool is i brother of tbe deceastd Congress
man, and collector of tbe port of Elizabeth
Keepors ol ihe Host Bee.
Nohwalk, 0., Oct. 20. The northern
Ohio Beekeepers' Association held a con
vention here yesterday, which was largely
attended, Sixty thousand hives were repre
sented. Honey manufacture was thorough
A railing Oil In thss rallnrea for the
Nkw York, Oct. 20. - II. G. Dun 4 Co.'s
Mercantile Agency report business failures
fur the week throughout the United States
at 218, against 24, '1 lust week.
Fire at Edwards, Mlsis.
Jackson, Mlas., Oct. 25. Seven store
houses at Edwards bumod last nlgbt.
Loss, Hfi.OOOj partly Utured. Sufferer,
JoiinH. O'Doneal, B. Grlswold, John
Bai liner aud Conk and Gnddls.
Tukmokt, Ohio, Oct. 26.--Two engines
ind (wo freight can were wrecked this
morning atllMdefMstof tb Wb-ellng and
Lake Ki ln railroad.
Why tlonld Was Hot Iloag.
Tkoy, N. v., Ocf. 2ti. Gould, who wm
lenlcnued to be hstig el here to-day, has
appealed bis case, and a-atay of cxseatlos
THS LAST LAY f A ISTaTTStaX,
Ths Matrimonial Romano a a Tfreiu
Milwaukee, Oot. 2a.-Ths rMS'U
marriage of Fay Tetapleton, the feaatlrtri
young opera singer, m Billy West, the is
gro minstrel, who Is row playing an engage
ment In New York, eeeurred In May last.
Miss Tern pleton ii new in Milwaukee and
was asked to-night by a reporter If then
was ttiv truth la tbe report that she and bei
husband bad separated. " Yei sir, It li so.
We separated on reaching
Chicago and I have ceased
to live with blm. 1 found mry quick
ly that, he was not a man 1 could live with
and we quietly agreed to separata. The
truth of H Is. I did not really want to mar
ry him, but I did marry blm Jnst to ibew
my fmher that I was independent."
"You are not yet divorced 7"
"No, but ws are to get a divorce as sooo
a we tm tired apart long enough to en
able u to do so. Our troubles we keep
very quiet, and either ths papers did not
mention them for my iske, or else tbey
didn't get bold ot It. You ire
the first newspaper man who has
asked about if. But I didn't care who
knoltnow. Such things are cure ti
come out, and are always published when
actors or singers are concerned."
"You will remain with your father'
company, will you notf"
"Yes, I will remain with blm during the
present season, but what I shall do another
year 1 do not know. You tee, I feel as
though my first duty was to my father. For
four years I bave been before tbe foot
light under hi guidance, but I am tired
of the roving life. I think something of
taking a permanent engagement in opera in
New York City next year, and then again I
think of going to Europe and rest
ing for a wbole year and the i com
ing back with a new company and a new
opera something nobody ha ever seen la
this country. "
"Where did you make your home?"
"Our home is my father' farm In New
York State. You see, I am really only a
little country girl. I spend three month
of each summer at the farm. Thi report
about the separation will create a great deal
of surprise there."
From other than Miss Templeto i it wa
learned that their short married life ws
very unhappy. Miss Templeton loon tired
of ber minstrel husband, whom she first
saw at a matinee and became "mashed" at
.Neither Nhadras. Meahfsrk. Nor 4bed
ngo. Kent, O., Oct. 26. Yesterday morning
Samuel Biehl, a workman at Diy, Wil
liams & Co. 's glass works, committed sui
cide by Jumping Into tbe melting furnace
while it was in full blast. Hews cremat
ed In short order and Is supposed to bave
Kays It Was la Svell-Defense.
G rkkn HKI.D, (.).. Oct. 26. Marsha
Harris states tbat he was attached Wednes
day night by Jobu Doggett, wbo threatened
to kid him with a knife, whereupon he
fired twice at Doggett and thon went away, -Harris
has not been arrested. Doggett ws
OCTOBER 26, 1888,
. Live Htock.
CATTLE - Receipt 9,500; quiet;
exports W306 75; good to choice '
hipping quoted at $5 50 ftW 20; common
to fair $4 00foi4 50.
HOGS-Receipt 28.500; active and
firm; . light at $4 ftOrtfd 00;
rough packing $4 OOOH 50; bsaTy paoklng
and shipping $4 OtXoM 10.
CATTLE-Exp'ortcrs So MM 25; rood
to heavy do $" 5or 80; light to fair $4 00
4 75; common to medium frt 40f34 90; fair
.o goodColoradoOlVtrtt 10; southwest 3 73
94 85; grass Texans $3 00rd4 10; light to
rood stockers $1 bOCM li; fair to good feed
jrs f3 75f94 25; common to choice native
3ows and heifers $i 20694 00; scaltawars of
any kind I2 00V32 40.
SHEEP-Commen, medium t WrM$2 50(9
8 2o; fair to good K) 60i3 75; prime S3 80
04 00; fair to good Texan U 75f 60.
HOOS-Kecelpt 2,985 boad; strspmeoU
1,740 head. Market active and steady, York
ers selling at H 7sV34 90, rough mixed
at tH H04 85. and butcher steady at f W
'0 'or rough to good aearies.
WHEAT October 00X; November 91 ;
December 03SO03V; Januarv 04ft; Mav
$1 01 V.
CORN'-Ofltohr4CV; November 46.;
December 4oX ; January 45 X ; May48xj;
year 4.r .
OATS-Octoher 27 V; November 17 X;
December 28.'.; year 27 X; May 81K.
WHEAT Irrcgu ar: closing at SIOOK
November; $1 02). (31 02 Decembe.';tl 03
(l 0:iV January,
CORN -Weaker: 43'November; 41XO
41 year; 44 H hid May.
OATS-Qulet; 2i b. October; 2fl
b. Novemner; 81 X b. May.
WHEAT November $107X Decem
ber Hot)1; January fl 11; February
CORN November 56; December 07;
OATS November 84X; December85;
January 80.'. ; February .
BUTTER Creamery at 2.V428 to 29 for
selections, a shade more In airuall way;
seconds at dairy rate. Dairy at 20'2J
for choice to fa'nev to 23fr24 for selections;
fair 12015; low grade &I0. Good to
choice near-by in pails Hf4L3; common 7
8. No change to note In the general tons.
POULTRY Both old and young chickens
In liberal supply, moderate demand and
iower; turkevs scarce, firm and In de
mand; ducks'ln fair supply, and lelllng
pretty well. Sales ranged: Spring chicken
small $1 2.Vtfl 50; fair to choice, $1 75tf;
choice $.2.; Old chickens Cock $2 oO;
mixed, $2 50; bens, 10 OOrtfa 75;
turkeys, w dosen; aecoidlng to slza,
or 10u per lb, live weight; ducks $2 VY.1.
EGGS Receipts 332 pks. In belter de
mand and firm all8(V19c for gook marks.
Wheat arrived dull snd easier; corn to
arrive unchanged. Wheat to arrive dull
and neglectod;, corn to arrive firm. Mark
Lane Wheat and sore dull. Conntry
markets quiet. California wheat to arrive
declined tMstid. Spat wheat better; No. 3
wiring 8s d; No. S "jrlug none In market;
Western winter 8s d Mixed Western
com dull and easier at 5s 2d. Demand
from Confluent sad United Kingdom doll
for wheat aud cssm. Reeelpts wheat pan
h i -sir- n ' ' "