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eLKKPlNti CAE Cairo to Cinc!nnn. ttb.ui
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Fast Timo EaFt.
PuccontrPTsa br thi,Une othroash toEsst
J afStll Jiti a eru polnta ithoat Ay d ay
caused hy Sunday Intervening. The Sa'.urdar after
noon train from Cairo arrivee In new York Monday
ornlaKatlO;5. Thirty-ill hours in advanced
av other rente,
iy Kor through tickets and further Inform.tlon,
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. H. JONK8, Tiraet Agent.
A. D. HAK80N. Gen. Pan. Agent. Chlcseo
Q.EOKGE O. LEACH, M.D.
PHYSICIAN fc SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the H meopathlc treat
ment of surgical dl .. and dl.eatet of women
and chl dren.
OK. ICE On 14th street, opposite the Pott
office. Cairo, III.
R. J. E.. STRONG,
129 Commercial ire., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, ELECTRO-VAPOR aid MEDICATKD
A lady In attendance.
K. W. C. JOCFLYN,
OFFIC E Bli-th Street, near Como errta'. Avei;D
JjK. E W. WHITLOCK,
Omos No. 1J Commercial ivenne, btw.ea
mtiZ?Zm"- Cairo, Illinois.
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
full line of all the lateat. newest colon
and quality, and beat manufacture.
Body Brussels, Ttpeetrlei. Isgiaint, Oil
Cloths, Ac,, Ac.
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
Thil Department occupies a full flor and
la complete In alt respects. Qoorta are
guaranteed ol latent style and best ma
terial. Bottom Prices and First-class Goods I
Boot & Shoe
Xo. 90 Com'l Ave, Bet 5th A 6th Sts.,
Jut received a full line of
FALL and WINTER GOODS
which be will sell at the lowest bottom prices. It
comprises the heat of ST. LOUIS HAND MADE
and of BOSTON MANUFACTURES. LADIES'
and CHILDREN'S HHOKS, and OBNTS' RVB
BE R BOOTS and SHOES.
tf-We also make to order anything in ourline
of the best material and workmanship.
a. n. tuna.
KHBBRT A. SMITH.
Grand Central Store.
CAIRO. - - XLiLu
A Household Artlrle for VnlversaT
For Scarlet anil
I Diphtheria, Sali
j Sore Throat, Small
'ox, Meanleit, and
all 1,'oiitaKloXN DUcaites. Persons waiting on
the Sick should use it freeiy Static! K;ver has
never been knuwn to sprca'! uhrrt the Hind wa
used. Yellow revcr has bten cured with it after
bluck vomit lilt il taken lui e. The wurtt
ca.es of bipluneru yitlc I j it.
aim. refieshi-d and
lied Sore prewnt
d by bdtrunt; with
Impure Air made
harmless and puriti.-'i.
For Sure Throat it is a
for Fronted Feet,
CMiblaliia, I lien,
Soft AVhlrtf Coinplci
ion secured by its use.
Ship Fever prevented.
To purify the Ureal h,
t'leanne the Teeth,
it can't be surpassed
Catarrh relieved and
Hum a relieved instant', v.
FITTING of Sinail
Pox PR K VENTED
A member of my fam
ily wjs taken with)
Small-poK. 1 used the
. I luifl ; the patient wis
' not' delirious, was not
pitted, and was about
the house again in three
i week's, and no others
had it. J. W. Park
The physicians here
use Urbv. Fluid very
successfully in the treat
ment of lJ:phtheria.
Teller dried up.
I'lcent purified and
lu raes of Death it
should be used about
the corpse it will
prevent any unpleas
rwarn prevented j
Dvaente.y cured. '
WouiKU heale I r-pidly.
An A ntldnte for Animal
or Vegetable Poisons,
I used the Fluid dutin?
our present affliction with
scarlet revcr wun ne
ci'led advantage. It if
indispensable to the sick,
room. Wvt. F. Sand
f jID, Eyrie. AU.
The eminent Phv
i alrliin,.!. M ARION
SIMS, SL I)., New
York, sav: " I im
convinced W of Darbys
Proptiylactir; Fluid is a
Vamlerbilt lulverhlty, Naahvllle, Tenn.
I testify to the most ex ellent qualitie of Prof
Darbys Prophylactic Fluid. As a disinfectant and
determent it is both tncoretkally and practically
superior to any preparation wit.1-, v hi' h I am ac
quainted N. T Llpton, Prof ti.enosiry.
f'arbya Fluid is Kei-oinmenrled by
)-a Alexandiih H. ki-hevs, cf Georgia
Rev. Ciias. F. Diem,, l)V., Church of the
Strangers, N. V.;
LrContb, Columbia Pr-.f, University SC
Kev A J Battle, Prof , Mercer University J
Rev. Gb.j. F. PifcKCE. B.ihcp M F.. Church.
rVDISPENSABLE TO EVERV HOME.
Perfectly harmless Used internally or
externally lit Man or Beast.
The Fluid his been thoroughly tested, and we
have ibin.-.ant evidence that it has dene everyhlrg
here cl.i.med For fuller information get of your
Drigj-,vt a pirr.pr.'et of send to the proprietors.
.1. H. zriLix CO..
Manufaciurir-s Chemists. PHU.AP .LPHIA.
W. 8TRTTO., Cairo. T. BIKD. Missouri.
STBATTOX & BIBD,
No. KOhlo Levee, Cairo, I'!,
UfAirentf American Powder Co.
J-I . E. IjCJi),
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Hth Stret)., between Com'l Ave -oil Li'see.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KIN'DS OF AMU.MTION.
afee Keaaired. All Kindf ol Kevs Made.
t'lMl'R, WRAIN AM) AV
Egyptian Flouring Mil It
HiirhPHt facli Pr pjd for When.!.
"CITY GrUX STORE"
Oldest iu the city ; established in 1862-
Com'l Ave., between Oth and mth Sts.
MANUfACTt'REH DKALER IS ALL K1SD8
AmmuuUlonof nil rlcscr p'lon. alwava on hand at
Qannral repairing In all kinds of metals. Keya
fall descriptions made 10 order, and satisfaction
warranted. Ulve me a call,-and he convinced for
youraelf, at the gn of th "BIG GU.N."
JOHN A. KOKHLER,
Sl-Sm Proprlotor, Cairo. Ill,
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD'MY
LHEtsTER. 2M year opens September laib .
Building new. Superior appolntmuiita Civil En
gineering. Chemical, Collu.iato, English Courses.
Clrcularaof p. W. Barclay, Esq., W. P. Halilday,
Saq ,or of Col. TUBO; HTATT, Prea't.
The Honest People of St. Louis to
A Grand Jury With a Back Bone-Ia-dictments
Presented Against Several
of the Governor's Appointees, Includ
ing Two Polico OosaaisEioners, a Goal
Oil Inspector, the Commissioner of
Labor Statistics, a Member of the Leg
islature, and Two Prominent Political
Mana gers The Pay of Beckoning
Ooms at Lant.
St. Louis. Nov. 2. IhifcltT baa not
'in 6.) well plMM: with itiplf for many
day as sbe In "o-n ?! t. Ot' fiis meet autl
slinke ba'Vla IhCii'itly, iu many
a ci-- withntit ntterlni; a word
uein? fiicliely ton full for utteriince. while
many arc the fovnt "Tnauk (iod'e"
ff.'ted up by thosfl svbo can fined a voice.
The. grand Jury has aclinurned and the
reult of the r hbnr a- shown by the
rtport of JiidL'e Van Wagoner
and ilir inilictmf'D pr"etited i th5 cans
of tb pi sent j',tlHf p.
King rn'c the wort of all rini; rule, that
if tbe aralilr r. has fits day received a fa
tal wound, aiiil then nbo tbotiirbt tbpy
stood ist cure In tln.ir guilt have had tbeir
bruise- o. sand tumbled down
about thtir fats, aud
me likely soon to appear in tbeir true char
acter bi'f'iie. an outraged and swindled
The ropt.it oT lln jjraud jury a tuos'
f'licilile docunifot. and bandies the doin't
of the rin,' and he' int-in'.it ri wli bout gloves.
A lions the indictments returned are the
HKNItY A . NEWMAN,
the comnvM-ic-urr of Labcr Statistics In
this s'at'-, i it 'licte 1 for brokerige in of
tir; in conne.-tlon with the ale of bis no
taryship. Tbe I'Orv Is told eNewberc.
Hl'l'.H J BRADY,
a member of the Leitdiuu'-e, is indicted for
bribery. In connection w ith his seciringa
jub fur yount; iiunn on tbe CBestnut street
WAKREX F. M'CHESNEY
- indicted fur nis atu-mpt to secure money
fr in the .aioon-keepers' Associgton in
nnection iin Noonan'i decision.
who kept the store on Fifth street where
prizt s were jiren, is ind ctnd under tb
uamhling law. All ihe-e are felonies and
indictment wl'l not be male puolic until
tbe arrests are m;i'le.
IvrK'TMKNT3 AGINIT THE P09T-PI9-FATCH
Under tbe tittite enncprntng the abat.rae
iion of eiui't records, IndletroeoiH were
jlso found against Henry W. Moore, man
'.uins; edi'or of the Fot-D.spatch, and
Florence D White, a reporter of tbe same
The only drawback to all this flood news
. tbo failing beit i of Circuit Attorney
H irris. wbich coiupelia bim to once more
s tbe city to recuprat-?. Thomas B.
Htr.'oy h been appointed asHistant circuit
ft Messrs. M E itne. Butler, Caruth and
l.utz are indicted for conspiracy. The doc
inn Mil is as follow.;
State of Missocki, city or Si.
St. Loui- I riminal Court, October
term, ls .
Tbe graud jurors of tbe State of Missouri,
within and fortbe body of the city of St.
Louis, now here in court, duly impaneled,
sworn and charged upon their oaths, pre
sent t a' Edward Butler, Joseph H. Me
Entire. Frank Lutz, David Y Caruth. all
of the city of St. Lou Is and Slate of Mis
souri, did on the in day of December, A.
D. 1S8, unlawfully conspire, combiue,
confederate and aree together among
themselves to obstruct the due
administration in tbe city of
St. Loui- nf the . theu exist
ing laws o the said State of Missouri
defining and punishing the offenses of set
ting up aud keeping gambline devises, the
offeuse of making and establishing lotteries,
gift enterprises and schemes of drawing,
md the then existing laws concerning the
police of tbe city of St. Louis, beinjt chap
t r 6 ot the Appendix to tbe Revised Stat
u 'S of the State of Missouri, 1679.
That afterwards, ti-wit: Ou the 15th dav
of December, A. D. 18-S2, the said Jos. H.
McEntire, in pursuance of and in order to
effect the object of said conspiracy, combin
ation, confederacy and agreement so had as
aforesal did. at the said city of St. Louis,
solicit and advise one John W. Campbell,
i hen Chief of Police of said city of St. Lou
is, lo permit and allow, without inierfer
enee on the part of the police force of said
city, the setting up and keeping of gam
bling devices in said city.
That afterwards, to-wlt: On the 'JOlb
'Uy of September, A. I). 1883, the said
Edward Butler, in pursuance of and In
or ler to effect the object of said conspiracy,
i I'liibinaiion, confederation nd agreement
ii bad as aforesaid, did, at tbe said city of
St. Louis, threaten the said John W.
Cinipbell, Chief of Police, as afnr said,
with removal from the office of t hief of
Police in tl.e event that be, the sal I John
W". t Hiupbcll, did not resign the nfflce of
t hief of Police before Fair week, meali
ng before the first wepk of October, A. P.
That afterwards, to-wlt: On the fib day
" Ocioher, A. D. ISA'i, the said Frank J.
I.utz and David YV. Caruth, in pursuance
of and In order to effect the object of said
conspiracy, combination, confederacy and
.creemont so had as aforesaid, did at said
'"Y of St. Louis. being then
n I there Police Commissioners and
m in hers of the Board of Police of the said
city of St. Louis, vote at a regular meeting
.if the said Board of Police as such Com
missioners, to arbitrarily remove without
case aud wlthont hearing, from the said
..tike of Chief of Police, tbe said John W.
CiiuipbeK, lie, the said Campbell, being
men and thero the dulv appointed, quali
fied acting Chief of Pullce of the said City
o: sr. Louis, contrary to the form of the
Mine (n such case made and provided and
asuinst the peace and dlu'nltv of th.- Slate of
Mi'sonrl. m. J.' Sullivan-,
A'M'tant Circuit Aioiney.
Tbe witiifnes to thia indictment are
Jobu V. Campbell, Daniel Kerwin, Alex.
Klnktid, Wra. R. Faulkner and Tboi. T.
" - ii . ;. 11
,- ' ' ' ' 'IU .1 )Vte!ll
' ' ' ' ":" , im i iiintvt op.-'i tiitt
doou i4 .-t.iie. o.i t - ulk'iit of si-pteui-btr
4, he sajs, as lie was sitting on tbu
d.or iu p a um addressed
bim iu a familiar manner. They
talked awhile mid tbe stranger pro
)od a tii-'iik and n.cy repaired to a s.
loui. aci.-s. u. s.ieet. 1 be stranger then
asked Mm to vis.t aiiutbcr saloon, where
Ibey bad another gla.. of beer. At lull
siaue bis mind became blank and he re
meiiib. red nothing until he found hinwclf
in London three weeks later in a boarding
house, No. is, Ilighgate street. The peo.
P1" In the bouse told him tnat
be had bei-n brought there by a ge lillemaii
whose uosenp iloii tallied exactly wuh
the stranger whom he met in the
city. His gold watch, historical tlmo
piece valued at 1,0X, ws gone, although
bis diamonds aud money were still In bis
po-session. He reported '.he casfl Iq tbe
police aud looked about to see If be could
find some one with whom he was acquaint
ed. While at the Aruericau Exchange he
l ef.rd that bis mother, w bn leUiles An Pres
colt, Canada, was prostrated with grief
over his disappparance, aud he at. once
took passage ou the steamer Canada for
tiiis country. Ou the way she
broke li r shaft anil was obliged to
make for St. Johns, lor repairs. From
tlie;e hi vi-ited his mother, and stayed
tiieie until she ici.vetVil, which was a few
il.is s ago, and at once pi oceeded to New
Yuik to :il-tid to hi- I'Usiuess, which be
intends to ..jininue. When asked who tha
stranger cuu.d be at d w hat the aiidiiction
w is intended for he answered that he had
one who swore to d. him barm, and if he
could po-slb'.y fasten the crime on him he
would spare no rff-.r to bring him to Jus
lice. A Til rl Vint; Town 4.es u In Smoke.
Ci.Evr.LANt, Nr.. .'. At 1 o'clock this
morning a tire sisrie.l in the new barn of a
hotel and destroyed a large part of the vil
lage Wlllougbby, twenty miles east of here.
A bii,'h wind increased the force of
the llanies. w hicn consumed about twenty
st res, dwellings, sbeds and barns on
fi a.lin,' and Erie streets, also cremating
six horses and one span of muies.
The principal buildings destroyed
were A. W. (juiin's and Kennedy
& Sons' storehouse and hardware store; H.
C. Dawson, barbershop; M. Uiiiirlns,
saloou; S. Fowies, shoe store; Gibbons
Bros., dry goods; Barnes Bros., wall
paper and paints; M. F. Clark, drugs; II.
F. Niiith, jewelry; M.s. Berthemew, mil
linery; Dan Llagiart, ru.irble works. Tbe
iiitire popuiajion turned out
and formed a bucket brigade,
but their efforts were futile, because tue
tale swept the flames with restless fury
until every flame structure in itscnuise was
in ashes. Toe conflagration was finaby
checked by the Bond block, in which Is a
bank, an opera house and ofiices. The
brick v.alis of this block proved a success
ful barrier against tbe further Bpread of
the tire, tbouub for a time it was
eared the whole town won Id be destroyed.
The losses will be very heavy, notwith
standing the fact that the citizens, finding
it useiess to fint the flames with buckets
of water, turned their attention to saving
properly from the buildings In danger ot
burning. In several instances the blaze
lapped up an entire hous3 so suddetily that
nothing was saved.
Mr. Vernon, 111., Nov. 2. A clever
looking young man came here by an early
train yi terday morning aud took rooms on
the fi i si floor of tbe Commercial Hotel.
Shortly after he had retired the night clerk
beard some noise in the man's room, and
on going in found bim clad ouly in shirt and
diawers, and in a very excited state of
mind. Tbe clerk suggested to bim
to retire and keep quiet, aud w as about to
withdraw with the light. The mau be
sou.'bt bim to light the gas,
and at the same time sprang ifrotu
the bed, through a window
opening into a convervatory, and thence
through an outer window, falling on au
outside stairway, and from that lo the
ground In the back yard. There be left his
drawers. Shortly afterwards he was found
siuing on thesidewaik and was given a pair
of trousers and taken back to the hotel. It
seems that he is a well-to-di merchant from
Areola, Id. He had been for some time
on a frolic, and bad been brought here hy
sonie friend to get ober. For tbe present
he goes mainly on one foot and is somewhat
patched up, It is refresning to this city to
know that people, come here to 'brace
up." For tbe present tbe geutleraan re
More Mortar Wanted,
Syracuse. N. Y., Nov. 2. Speaking of
the threatened break in the Masonic frater
nity in this State, A. U.Cooke, commander-in-chief
of the Central city Consistory, said:
"1 um convinced that the great bulk of the
body of Masons which meets every year is a
disavantage which could be overcome by a
division, and 1 1 bin k that more than dissen
sion Is nt the bottom of the new movement
for a separation. "
Couimandet John W. Shermau, of. tbe
Central City C'ouimandery, Knights Temp
lar, said: " Jbree years auo ntltbuea.it
became evident that the New YorK City
commniidericN desired to carry off all the
in est prominent cilices, and I told them
then and there that such greed would not
be tolerated by the coinmanderici in the in
terior, who think they have as much right
lo recognition as the New Y'ork delegations.
Lis proper that New Y'ork conimaiitlei'lei
should hold a share of the best odici s, yet
we cminnt acquiesce ill their monopolizing
Iiiinn f illy Feet.
LUtiNiM. Io.,-N'ov. 2.-The '('annou
Ball" train over the lluinistoii & Shi nan
lioah road, going East, was wrecked Wed
nesday night at the trestle-work over the
West Fork river, five miles east of Mienau
doaii. The engine, baggage car and
one coach rolled down an embankment fifty
feet, 1 he Pullman sleeper remained on
the track. A. II. Worden, tbe engineer,
wus killed and the lireman and express
lllesselitrer seriouslv Intured. The accident
l ascribed to the displacement of a rail west
ni me nriiigo by train-wreckers lortue pur
pose of robbery.
lie Mil EiiiIk All.
Toronto, Ont., Nov. 2. Papers found
In tbe pockets of the young man who dhil
last midnight, raving mad, In the ltosln
house, where he had registered as J, M.
Bums, Baltimore, Indicate tbat lie was
Arcble Dixon, paymaster of tbe Allegheny
rallioad ottico in Pittsburg. It is alleged
he bad been mixed up lu a murder.
A Heh THi-gct.
Chicago. Nov. 2. Oarrct L. Muck, .
the First Regiment, who was accldentl)
shot by a comrade. R. M. Turner, at tar
get practice lust night, died this morning.
'I ln'cesrs Mui'mln'ii Ambition.
J'.i.iet, 111., Nov. i. Madaliue Stur
'aiu, known a "Theresa," the handsome
Italian member of the Chicago demimonde,
who killed Charles Stiles, of tbe Chicago
Board of Trade in 18-32, will have finished
her year's sentance ou tbe 30tb. Carrie
Watson, one of the "queens" of her clr
:le. is to pay her expenses for musical
tdiieiition, as Theresa's voice Is considered
en d ie. Her ambition Is to be a prima
Ntorm on the Lake.
Ci.evkund, 0., Nov. 2. Tbe storm
continues on the lake, still, lashed to fury
by the gale. The schooner J. P. Merril, of
Milwaukee, ore ladon, which stranded last
night lies easy and will probably be saved.
The schooner Mlncb seems to be breaking
to pieces. Too schooner David Vance,
which anchored last night outside and was
in danger of being beached, was safely tow
ed Into port this morning.
Un Xorlb, Toansc itaa, aad Up
Memphis. Nov. 2. There was a kill
Ins frost, with ice, throughout this section
11IE PERILS OF THE HANE
Encountered by the Reckless Hunters of
HempsiraD, L. I., Nov. 2. There was
auother serious accident st the meet of the
Meadow Brook here to-day. Mrt Peter V.
Collier, the New Y'ork publisher, was
thrown off his horse and, it Is believed, se
verely injured la the face Mid back. The
hunt started promptly at 3:30 p. m. from
the kennel, after the usual anise seed hag.
About twenty-five geutlciuen were moun
ted, among whom were Mr. August
Belmont, Jr., Mr. Stanley Mortimer, Mr.
0. S. Hands, the gentloman who was
injured, and two ladies, MissOolrlcks and
Miss Puidy. Tbe gentleman were all
attired in the regu'ation white breeches,
lobster coats aud top boots. Tbe
latlies wore natty riding costumes, and did
not seem in the least intimidated by the ac
cident which happened to Miss Bird at the
Monday meet. After the man w ho drags
tba anlse-secd bag along at the beels had
been given a fair start the huntsman wound
his horn, the pack of hounds were loosened,
and relets and boises dashed oftontbe
tract with a merry "Where away." Mr.
Collier, who rotie a very spirited horse,
took a fence 5 feet 9 Inches gallantly, but a
few yards further off came to a wire fence
w hich was covered with brush. Tbe horse
did not see it until too lata to
make an effective Jump. Its forefeet struck
the barbed wire, and it rolled over, throw
lug its rider face, foremost lo the ground.
The animal got on us legs again apparent
ly uninjured, butlt was some momenti be
fore Mr. Collier could rise from the ground.
He was bleeding from a severe cut across
the bridge of the rise, and his lips were
confused and bleedins. His back pained
greatly, though be could not tell whether
be had Injured It to-day, or whether bis
present fall had renewed the injuries which
he had received in a similar accident about
a year ao. Tbe bunt tor the anise-seed
bag was temporarily suspended, and tbe
gentlemen rode up with proffers of assist
ance to their injured comrade. He de
clined tiiem, however, aud remounting bis
horse, rode slowly hack to Garden City,
from wtiicb place be had rode out to lbs
meet. He was advised to put himself under
medical treatment, but preferred waiting
until he got to New York, for which place
he left on the afternoon train. I'uls is tbe
third accident which has happened to a
Meadow Brook buut since the season open
ed on September 1. last. Besides the two
mentioned, Miss Payne was hurt,
fortunately but slightly. at
the meet two weeks a?o last Saturday. Both
Mr. Unswold and Miss Griswold were In
jured Hire.-' wpeks ago atthe Queen's Coun
ty bin. ; r. . (inswold so severely tbat he
has not been able to leave bis room. Tbe
injuries to Mrs. August Belmont, Jr., and
her groom were not sustained at a hunt.
They were ridiug in a dog-eart yesterday,
when the wheel struck tbe stump of a tree,
breaking tbe shaft. Tbe horse reared and
tip-et the vehicle, throwing Mrs. Belmont
and ihe groom outon the ground. Mrs. Bel
mont received a severe cut on tbe bead and
was otherwise bruised, but she was able
to sit up in the parlor to-day. There has
been much needless alarm concerning Miss
Bird. Her horse at the Monday meeting
struck the top railing of a fence with his
fore feet and threw her. She was stunded
for a moment, but was able to ride with
the others to the house of Mr. Belmont,
whose guest she is. It was not found
necessary eveu to call iu a pbysiolan or to
notify her family In New York. She was
out ritling lu the village to-day and showed
no traces of any Injuries.
Cruelly lo a Comrade.
Davenport, Iowa, Nov. 2. At the
State Eucampmcutof militia last summer,
members of Company A, of Fairfield, slez
ed James Larkin, a member of Company B,
of this city, and tossud him In a blanket.
One of tbe men let go his
bold on the blanket and Larkin, fell to
ground, Injuring his spine. He has failed
rapidly since, aud it is now believed that he
cannot recover, as he is rapidly growing
worse. The men who are responsible for
his present suffering will do nothing lor
inl.iitt of fours.
Rich Hill, Mo., Nov. 2. Albion P.
Pease, Deputy United States Marshal,
came down from Kansas City yesterday
afternoon with a writ of attachment forH.
Robinson, a very wealthy man of this place.
Mr. Robinson bad been subpa.ied ss one of
Hie grand jurors which met in Kansas City
last month, but refused to go, hence the
utiachiueiit tor contempt of court. They
left last evning for Kansas City.
.Vrw AllHiiiy'a II I g Fire.
Nt.w Aliiany, lnd., Nov. 2. -Last
night Bowman's cotton batting factory
and Triblcy's carriage factory In Mc
Cut. ock's block, Peirl street, were
burned, together with a large quantity
of niaiiufHctu'-fd batting and a quantity
of carriage stock in Trlbley's carriage
factory; loss on cotton factory, stock aud
machinery, flO.OOO, on which there Is $.,
Oi hi , half Insured; loss on building, jb.
OKI. fully insured.
The ( nlilorula Pool.
Cuicaoo, Nov. 2. The managers of the
railroads composing the Transcontinental
Association or California Pool, yesterday
morning, on the eighteenth ballot, elected
as commissioner Geo. W. Rlstlne, formerly
general manager of the Denver and Rio
Grande railroad, and more recently general
manager of the Texas and St. Louis rail
road, which office he resigned one month
Only Onsiired Tliein. -
Tkoy, N. Y., Nov. 1. Toe coroner'
Jury lnqu ring Into the falling of the Fort
Edward bridge, while a passenger train
was crossing it, resulting In tbe
death of two pereons nd In
Jurlus twenty-seven others, af
ter forty billots, rendered a verdict
consurlng the engineering department for
negligence and the railroad superintendent
for allowing a heavy ttatn to cross It at the
rate of five miles an hour, and the cblef en
gineer for permitting the bridge to go with
Why Haupt Resigned.
CniCAGO, Nov. 2. The resignation last
evening of Herman Haupt, as general man
ager of the Northern Pacific, creates great
surprise In railroad olroles. Haupt says
bis resignation was due entirely to the fact
that radical retrenchments recently adopted,
tie his bands and prevent tbe proper running
ot the mad. He says tbe road bed and
road generally are In a deplorable condition
Vice-President Oaks has assumed Haupt's
17. A. Treasnrj Statement.
Washington, Nov. 1. Reduction of
public debt during October, 110,304,798.
Decrease ot tbe debt since June 80,1883,
8!).B84,470. cash lu Treasury, 364,8.7,80sV;
gold certificates. 183,328.940; silver certifi
cates, $W,o79,141; certiflctaes of deposits,
$12,620; refunding certificates, $325,805;
legal tenders, fc4t,t81,0lfl; fractional cur
1'tterl.y I. Imp.
Danville, Nov. 2. The liabilities of
James A. Cunningham, tbe starch manu
facturer who failed yesterday, are placed at
over 1 100,000, Ills assets are much less.
He speculated in Chicago options. The city
gave him $25,000 four years ago to bring th
works here from Vincennes. lnd.
Troy, N. Y., Nov. 2. The sophomore
and freshmen classes of the Rensselaer
Polytechnic Institute have been suspended.
They bad a struggle to-day for the class
banner. The institute property was dam
aged WOO. Two Btudents were seriously
injured, others slightly.
Opposed to the styslens.
New York, Nov. 2. The following dis
patch from Jamaica, dated this morning
has been received: "The monster political
meeting held last night in Kingston was a
great success, beinz an Immense demon
stration against the present system Of
The Week's Failures.
New York, Nov. 2. The business fail
ures throughout the United States and Can
ada for the last seven days, as reported to
R. G. Dunn & Co. 's Mercantile Agenof,
number 215, against 218 for the previous
week, and 243 the week before.
Elopers raptured. '
Dayton, Ohio, Nov. 2. D'tectlve Kip
ley brought Nathan Shayne, the defau ting
mirket-master, home ibis morning from
Canada through Cleveland. Clara Freder
icks, who fled with bim, returned wltb
A te lor Foraker.
CiNCiNTATJ, Nov. 2. Ju L-e J. B. For
aker has been appointed by the U.iiten
States Circuit court conns . for li e rece.v
er of the Toledo, Cincinnati and Si. Luiis
CATTLE R'ci-ipis 8.500; steady;
exports Jd lOfatf 75: goon to choice
snipping quoted at i 40 iM 00; common
to tair ,f3 8)5 8'; buiohtrs $2 30ia4 00:
stockers3 0uYa;4 3.; TVxane rjji&4. 10.
UOGS-Receiuts 22.500: active aud
firm: 53 10c higher; light at 14 404 CO;
rough packing 4 OOrtft 40; heavy packing
aud sliippiu,' $1 jUiij 05.
CATTLE Exporters it 10O6 40; toad
to beavy do $" J(aW 00; light to fair 4 25r
5 2d; common to medium t Wi 9J; fair
good C'olorado$40U,')5 4'J; southwest $3 75
24 So; grass Texaus $3 0t)fi4 25; light to
;ood stockcrs H 50(S3 75; fair to gooj feed
irs $3 7dfi4 25; common to choice native
3ows and heifers $2 iVcM 00; soailawags of
any kind fcj 00.02 40.
SHEEP Common, medium 4 IkhtfiiSOra
3 25; fair to good W oOCacj 75; prime W
(3-100; fair lo good Texans 1 75rtf3 60.
HOGS Receipts 3,547 head; shlpmeau
1,200 head. Market steady and active, York
ers selling at H bOCdi 55, rough mixed
at $4 50fa)4 00, and butchers steady at $4 0U
ii4 85; for rouith to good heavies 4 20r&
4 50; Pigs and light weights 4 -0fi4 40.
WHEAT November 3,i'; December
05; year; January tlfa)9rjs; May 0&H.
CORN November 47-V; December sWK;
January 48Vi; Mar 48..; year lti.
OATS November 28; December 28 H;
year 28; May 31.'..
WHEAT Higher; closing at SI 00 V b.
November; $1 02's December; fl 04W
CORN' - Higher; 44 Sovember: 42
year; 44 X May.
OATS-Firmer; 28 b. November:
WHEAT November fl08j Decem
ber U10V; January $1 12 ; February
$1 14 H May $1 19 X.
CORN N'oveiuuer 57; December 58 . ;
January 58 li.
OATS November 34.'; December 86;
January 37 M ; February 39K.
BUTTER-Creamery at 35028 to 21) for
selections, a shade more In a small way;
seconds at dairy rates. Dairy at 20(022
for choice to fa'nev to 23(524 for selections;
fair 12(a)15; low grade 8410. Good to
choice near-by In pails 11(313; common 7uj
rOULTRY-Chlckens dead dull aud
weak with offerings quite liberal. Turkeys
In fair request. We quotes Spring chlckeus
small 75c(-100; fair to choice, $1 Ydl
50; choice J2; Old chickens Cocks 2 75f2;
mixed, '-' Vofdi 35; bens, $2 60;
mixed young and old $1 7502 25;
lurseys, mav uozeo; aecoiuing to slzi,
or 10c per lb. live weight; ducks $2 Wd'i 60.
Geese quiet at $305.
EGGS Receipts 542 pks. In better de
mand and firm at l.ftl for good marks.
Wheat arrived quiet but steady; corn to
arrivo unchanged. Wheat to arrive dull
and neglected; corn to arrive firm. Mark
Lane Wheat and corn dull. Countrv
markets dull. California wheat to arrive
declined flrtiiM. Spot wheat better; No. 3
spring 8 8d: No. a spring none in market;
Western winter 8s 5d Mixed Western
corn rather worse st 5s 2 d. Demand
from Continent and United Kingdom dull
for wheat aud corn