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OA.IKO. - - ILL.
M A TIDTh ITh A
(: hronlo Dlitr
Iuiiurlty of the
and all ItlnoaHea
iuril hy le
rangement of Liver, lkwi Is anl Kl(lny.
SYSn-TOMS OF A DISEASED LIVER.
liad llrcalh; Pain in the hide, vimctimes Ihe
pain is felt under the Sliruld:r-bla'ic, miMakrn fur
Kheumalisin ; general lisa of appetite: linwcK
generally coitive, fimetiniua alternating with lax;
the heail is troubled with pain, i; dall a.ii heavy,
with consideral'lc loss of nim'jry, accutnpanierj
with a painful setisati n ofle.i in tj'i lnne somelliing
which ought t' havi. !,. n '1uk:, a .i iM, dry ouii
and niched face is sunictituu an attendant, often
mistaken fjr conMir.j.ti'.n, the patirnt toniplains
of weariness and del;inty ; nervou. easily startled;
feet cold or hurn.ng, vmet;mes a prickly sensation
of the sltin cxit, spLi us are low and despondent,
and, although satisfif i tl at exercise wjuld be bene
fit.iai, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it in fact, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attetid the dii':a ,e, but casea
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet
examination after death has shown the Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
It ahoultl be unel by nil person, old and
young, whenever any of the above
Teraonii Traveling or Living In fn
lixalthy LoulititM, by taking a a at occasion
ally to keep the Liver in healthy acti n. will avoid
all Malaria, Killotiit uttacko, iJimness, Nau
sea, Drowsiness, Ietiression of Spirits, etc. It
will invi,f raie like a Im of wine, but U uu in
If You have paten anythlnt; hard of
diKAatiori, or feel heavy after meaU, or hlrrp
ea at night, take a int and you will be relieved.
Time and Dim lorn' DUN will he aaved
by always kceiiluic the Kigulutor
in the House!
For, whatever the ailment may bt, a thoroughly
aafe )urgalivr, alterative and fonio can
never be out of place. The r-nirdy is liarinlcsa
and toe not luW-rft're with buniuenB or
IT IS PI-RELY VEfiETADLE,
And has all the power and efficacy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects.
A Governor's Testimony.
Simmons Liver Regulator has been in use in my
family for some time, and I am sitistied it is a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J Gill ip.teh, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander II. Mcj.lienn, of ia.,
says: Have derived o-ne bcr.'-ni trom the use ol
Simmons Liver Rrgulalor, aicj wish to give it a
"The only Tiling that never falla to
Relieve." I have used many pmrdies fr Dys
pepsia, Liver Affeuion and Debility, but never
rave found anything to benefit me to the extent
faimmons Lier Regulator has. I sent fr.un Min
nesota to (feorgia f r it. and would send further for
such a medicine, and would advise a.l who aie sim
ilarly affected to give it a tri..l as it seems the only
tiling that never fails to relieve
P M Jassulv, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. Vt. Miikiii From actual ex
perience in the use of Mum r. Liver Regulator in
my piactice 1 have been and am satisfied lo use
and prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
afTak only th (Jenuine, wh.th always
has on the Wrapper the red 7. Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. It. ZEII.IN & CO.
FOR PALE BY AM. DPTOGISTS.
W. STRATTON, Cairo. T. BIRD. Mlwourl.
STEATT0X k BIRD,
No. 5" Ohio Levcn, Cairo, I'l.
(V Agent Ametlcan Powdor Co.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
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CL10KE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMCSITION'.
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MANUFACTURER DEALER IS ALL KINDS
- RIFLES, PISTOLS,
Ammunition of all dencr.pMon always on band at
bottom pric es.
General repairing In all kind" of metals. Kera
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Touraelf.at the go of the "BIO GUN."
JOHN A. KOEHLER,
Bl-6m ProDrtctor, Cairo, 111,
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD'MY
t HESTER. 2M year open September lath.
Building new. Superior appointment Civil En
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Circular of P. W. Barclay, Eq., W. P. Halllday,
Km ,orof Col. T11EO. HYATT, Pr't.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, SUNDAY
WHO WAS SHE?
A Beautiful But Mysterious Young
Mother Pies at Bellvue Hospital.
Lutz Whines A ProMbitioniut oHtraciwd
-No Troubld Among the Muois-A
New Baje Ball Association New York
City Offioials Indicted -The Student.'
Battle for a Flag -Carpenter in Court
A Baken Bridge, Etc., Etc.
New Youk, Nov. :t Wedoenday nlgbt
there died at De lvtie hosipltal, from bldod
i.olsonitu, an attractive young girl of lots
than IN. O in follnwln" niht her babe,
iilioir flvo week!" old, alapisocl away.
Veaienlny a well-dremed lady cu'led at tbe
t:0!.pital and orlered tlio retnalnH to bo
made ready for removal to-day, and an un-
d. iUUer would then cull for them. She
eavu her nnnie aMf. K t'lf, but refund to
tiv her ad res. fh wa readily recog-
z. rl, however, itothc woman who hrotigbt
tbetjirl and b.i'-y to tb hospital tbout two
we. ks a'o. She stiled then that tin' name
of the plrl was Jean Wllhoti and tbat hw
had been deserted by her husband, who
wis an actor traveling with ni company in
California The baby's name was given at
Violet Helle 1'billips. Before the child was
loin the niother was MJUt to the Charity
Un-piti!, on Blarkwell's solatia. There,
Mrs. iv. in, asserts, she found her. She ws
al ouce atiractuu by ner swbu lace,
am , ..teordins 1 1 ber ttory, on learnint:
after the clilld wa burn that the motbr r
was ijeiiiiileMs, befnundud her and took her
and tin? baby to thu house of Mrs. Morri-
nti. N i, ii'i West Sixteenth atrcct. There
fiha remained until the 20tb lmtiint, wbn.
bccoiniiii worsf, lio was removed
to the hospital, suffering from an
Tin s with which abe died. Tb auttioii
t es fny Mrs. King ba.s vtral tiue before
v sit d'tbe hospital utid'.T ainailar clreiini
st.mces, and it la believed tbe name ihe
'i v. s i fictitious. The identtrf of the dead
tirl : r-t !t mystery. Sbe is said
to have run away from Philadelphia two
r three vm a?o. and bai led a
.iir.tionalle l't. l'urinn ber Illness at
Mi-. Morricoi.'- aid at tb hospital she was
-r re lice ut aoi.ut w bo ber puranis mixbt
li -. he saldi.be wav a Pio!etanl ; tbat
r fatber wat a Spaniard
,,,, or tnn'. er nf s. 'oteli descent.
A"-1 th -r mff r t e i ta-!ta ne re
i.seil todivu ice. . s xLie did not wih
i, live . s aha mu-.t return to her former
iife, and tbat bad now become tols'iy to
her. In ber delirium he continually
murmured tbe natnu of "Clarence."
.ml calicd itojdly for ber "dear
I'ttle Mother." ?he bruoaiied in
her raviut-'sthe treatment she had received
frmn ber sister, whom nu amined of driv
ing her from home, sbo at oue time said
eo had been married onoe. but little good
it did ber. At anotu r time
le denied being a wile. She w a a bean
t hiliv formed rl with fair complexion,
, tie eyes aud curly, dark-brown balr.
Mortoed the HeltiiM.
Thoy, X. Y., X v. 3. Yesterday morn-
in? the freshmen at Tolytechlo Inetittite
in. .tinted to the top of the buildine and
planted their buuuer, which bore the figures
87." Tbe banner became a conspicuous
ibject as soou as daylight caine aud tbe
opbon;oies waxed lutlignant over tbe af
fair. Freshmen to tbe number of sixty eon
iTeuatud on tbe roof and de
fied the sophomoren to dis
lodge them. They placed tbe ban
ner on a darjgerous ledje of tbe roof, where
it was almost Impossible to gctat It to storm
the place sod carry the banner away. At
8:80 o'c.ock seventy sophomores moved to
the attack. They ran up tbe stair! to tbe
roof, where the freshmen met them. At
first tbe sophomores wore hurried dowa as
fast as they made their appuaranoe. Some
of them went down tbe whole
length of tbe stairs. One stu
dent fell senseless, another was hurt
In the region of the Inngs, nd another
sustaiued a brokeu wrist. Those in
jured most seriously are Williams, Crosby
mid i'wiggs. The sophomores riually de
scended to the street with the banner re
versed, and with a fife and drum corps at
tnelr head, marched through tie streets in
celebration of tbelr Tictory, hooting and
singing about the freshmen, aud wearing
red caps. Tbe directory has suspended tbe
sophomore class and has lectured the fresh
men. The bulletin board at the Institute
announces tbat after the damages have
been settled, certain members of botn
classes will be expelled. Meetings were
held by both classes this morning, at which
all decided to Btand by each other, and if
any of their number were expelled the mat
ter would be treated as a class expulsion
The Rhinoceros lllrte Pen'rsteil nt
St. Louis, Xov. 3. David W. Caruth
and Frank J. Lutz, tbe Indioted Toiiie
Couiintsslouers, have promptly followed up
their indictment with a libel btilt against
the members of the grand Juty. K cb of
the Commissioners ask for i5U,0on as a
salve for his damaged reputation. The al
legations tu the plaintiffs' petitions are
i hut tbn defendants 'wilfully and mali
eiously uttered of and concerning the plam
i ff tiie following false, malicious libelous
tatctiie-jt, to-wit: "X corrupt cotubina'ioti
composed of certain unprinoipled and
notorious persons and certain persons
holding offices of tbi city under appoint
ment of tbe Governor, has for a consider
able time existed for the purpose of unlaw
fully controlling and usiug the police force
in ibis city in the promotion und continu
ance of gambling and lotteries, and ihat
they further "uttered itnd published
it anil concerning plaintiff the following
false and malicious libel, to-wit: He
t meaning the chief of police) has been
compelled to proceed from one house of
prostitution to another and assure the in
mates that they would not be Interfered
with In their evil and unlawful business."
Mr. John M. Glover is the attorney of both
Arrival of the Ntaleol I'lorMn.
f.w Yoke, Nov. 3. Tbe steamship
tate of Florida arrived yesterday Mt ber
lock. In outward appearance the vessel
docs not ahow much alcn of tbe coillsiori
with tbe three-malted schooner J. V.
i ao.pbell, off Fire Island. Her port bu
w iihs were tmrrld away half the lenidh of
i in vessel, but her hull w as not injured.
Twelve Immigrants on board were lanAed at
Castle UardetJ. .
MOBNINtt. NOVEMBER I,
Indlctmeata Afamat New Torts Of.
Xew York, Xov. 8. Pert two t - the
court of general sesslote , w orovided, to
overflowing yettorday, as it wa known
the grand Jury were Ve make their pint
went, which would Indude many Indlcr
meuts in public offices. The IneHotraents
presented by the jfrand Jury
included twelve against ttx em
ploye in tho city departments for
complicity in water rent fraud. Three of
these othcials hail previously been Indicted,
while one indictment, It was stated, was
against a clerk In the comptroller's ottce.
The other Indlctmoiits wer uiratiHt em
ployes In the Bureau of Water RiMer.
Bmich warrants were Immediately Issued
md later in the day tbey were placed In the
aiids of oilicer for the anest of the ae
used. About 4:30 o'clock Selllck S. Seo
leld and John R. Dolan, attaches of tin
Water ltei;ister'a Department, were ar
rested and taken to poiice headquarters.
The former, who bad a salary of tl.i'iM a
year, was Indicted on two counts, one of
(fraud larceny In ricelvinir money from
Frederick Oppertnarin.fot w:i ch he fai.ee lo
acciiint, and the oihor cimigiiig him
fotgery in the third decree In making false
entries in the books of the department, In
volving tho mm of i'iffl.M. Dolan Is
chared with grand larceny on two counts,
vi., in stealing sums of money from
Michael Farley who paid him tbe money,
and from the Mayor aud Board
tf Aiflernien, to whom he should
have accounted for it. Liter in
the veiling Michael Whlnn, twenty-eight
years o d, of No. Tfll Second avenue, a
clerk in the wat'r register's ollioe, was ar
r sled at his home and taken to police head
quarters. There are two indiolmeiits
against him, for crand larceny and for
ihe Inrlfrtert Coinmlamloner Whine.
St. Lopis, Nov. 3, The police were pa.d
i ff ttiis morning, at the tarious station,
the treasurer with an assistant, the Chief
of the Poiice and tbe vice-Presideut of the
Police board occupying seats in the ancient
carriage that Is hauled out of the mouuted
police stable to make tbe trip once
each month. Before atartin? out
Mr. Merrill infomied Mr. Wells, sec
retary of the board, thtt the assistant
whom be had brought with him would
count the money. This has srencrally been
t lie duty of the clerk of the board, and Mr.
Wells was highly iudhrnant at the treas
urer's actlan, but neither ho nor tb chief
bad anj thing to say. Dr. Lutz inipn y d
tbe opportunity to make a little speech at
each station. At the second district he
aid, "There are too many Magoogins up
nn the police. I want to hear less talk.
K ime wealthy men have uudertaken. lor
purposes of 'their own, to make war upon
ihe people who have been trying to do their
duty. Some members of the force have, I
understand. taken sides in this
mailer. I don't care what.
viy one thinks, but it is not the
part of an ofllcer to talk. One who take
sides is liable to find himself on the out
side. This is a little stain only, aud truth
ind Justice will be on top when malice and
dander have been consigned to tbe oblivion
from which they once and awhile em-ive. "
The speech was repeated with variations
throughout the city. Tbe City Treasurer
refers to it as a pitiful whine.
InrtiwiiK Hum Humers.
Cobujisia, Ind., To. 3. For some
me past several farmers who
owned haivesters and self-bind-pis
in this (De Kalb) county have
received through the postoffjee at Auburn,
Wa'er'oo, Cotuntia and elsewhere In this
vicinity threatening lers. In which the
writers sail ther wotld have
r. vngo because these labor
t.iving machines have reduced tbe
demand for farm laborers. Several barns
a 'id contents have been burned tuts
week by incendiaries. Two more
were burned yesterday evening. Mr.
Parnll and Geo. l'epple are among
toe sufferers. A Butler Town
ship fanner guarded his bam
until 2 o'clock this motnlug and then
retired. At H o'clock the baru, stored w ith
grain, was set. on tire. A tun wraringa
dark suit of clothes was seeu disappearing
from ths scene of conflagration. The com
nmnity is aroued, and a vigilance com
mittee is beine orgnnii -d.
No Trouble Anionic lira Mawonn.
New Yoke, Nov. 3. Mr. 12. M. L.
Fillers, Grand Secretary of the Grand
Lotl;e of Free Masons of New York Stale
said yesterday In relation to the
alleged' dissensions among their mem
bers: "There never was a
greater unanimity of feeling among riie
members of the Grand Lodge of the Em
pire State than at pres nt. It seems to me
that if any trouble exists it relates simply to
the Kuichts Templar organiiation, which
is a distinctively reparte body, with the
single exception tfcat u man must be a Royal
Arch Mason to become a Knight. "
A New Hose Hall Association.
Viit'Mis'K'WN. Ohio, Noir. 3. The
Western lnti r-S ate Base Ball Association
is beitiL' organ S d here to-day. Represen
tatives from New Castle, Xew Brighton,
East L berty, Aitoona, Johnstown, Harris
bun.'. Lancaster, Allentown, and F ank
lin, I'a.. are present. Theso, with the
VoiiiiKstown club, will probably form the
association. Each club will be well backed
financially. The work of organization will
be completed to night.
Thonitt U. O'llay Ijlns.
JKrFEKSDS Cl I Y. Nov. 3. A lele.-
pi am from Hon. John O' Day to Secrelary
M. K. KcGratb, announces that his brother
I'to s. K. O'Day of Springlli'ld Is ding
This news falls sadly on this community,
especially upon his many friends nt the
capital. The deceas tl was for many years
a clerk ill the t ftiee of the Secretary of
Stale, and while here forme 1 the strong
and lasting attachment of a boat of friends
I'arpenler In Court.
Lincoln, HI., Nov. 3. -Mr. Carpenter
was taken from the Jail this morning to
appear before a Justice of tho peaco for a
pn-liminai y examination, charged with tho
murder of Zura Burns. An Im.nenso
crowd followed the pi isoner.but no demon
si ra. Ions were made. A change of venue
was taken from 'Squire R'ldolyh, to whom
iliu case caine, to Justice Maltby, and the
hearing was postponed until Monday morn
An Alton Cower 4.
Alton, 111., Nov. 3. -John W. Holt,
an engineer at Ground's Mill, committed
suicide at an early hour this morning by
taking laudanum. lis lingered until about
o'clock, when death oame. He left sev
eral letters, two or throe sddres to his
children, and one ti bis employer. Oo
leaves a wife and ibree or four enlldren.
The reason for the aot, as given in the let
tars mentioned is metancholf and poor
ilouireal'a tuuren Trouble.
M..V1HKAL, Xov. 8. The Irish Catholie
pa Miioinir ot Saint Cunegonde'a
Chim-h, are preparing a petition to the
a.iostollo delegate, asking antnveslgatlon of
trie complaints about spiritual interests be
n,' n 'fleeted by he French pritst set over
I li!s ti Irish. The Ftnffllth urmak !nr mem
bers of the congregation Quitted the church
en nnsgn lately while offensive observations
w fere being addressed to them dj the rrencn
rightlnc m Problbllloalat.
New Yoiik, Xov. 3. Printed circulars
and ballots have been tent to everv saloon
deeper In tbe elty against Maynard, tho
Democratic candidate for Secretary of State.
The circulars sum up his Prohibition record
und the voles cast by him on every excise
olll in the Assembly In 1876-7. An average
of a dozen ballots accompanies each circu
slaved By tier Year.
New York, Nv. 3. In Brooklyn to
day, Mrs. Cnariotte B. Furlong, aged 86,
was sentenced to six and a half years' im
prisonment for causiDg tbe death of Charity
Lewis. Her old age, tbe Judge said, re
strained him from Imposing tbe (full penal
ty of twenty years.
A Fee for Foraker.
CincintaTI, Nov. 3. Judce J. B. For
aker has been appointed by the United
States Circuit court counsel for the receiv
er of the Toledo, Cincinnati and St. Louis
A MAT AM KENTIVIl VOCTH.
lie Hai an "Uncle" and a Good Time, and
Winds Up in tbe Rogues' Gallery.
New Yoke, Nov. 3. Another picture
was added to the rogues' gallery at the Cen
tral Police Ofllce yesterday. It represents
uu elegantly dressed young man named
Frank Osboru, who Is under arrest ou a
charge of grand larceny. Yesterday he
was arraigned before Justice Gardner at
Jefferson Market and locked up for exam
ination. For tiva years Osboru has mingled
in good society In Xew York and other
cities. By aiumarkably good address
and a wonderful assurance be managed
to ingratiate himself into man.
weal hy families. He has boarded
in aristocratic boarding bouses, gaining
admission by excellent references. He al
ways represented himself as a college
stti.lenc. Five weeks ago he obtained ad
mittance to Miss Helen McNeil's boarding
bouse, at 138 Fifth avenue. During the
spring be bad visited a wealthy gentleman
who stopped there, aud made a good im
pressiou by his pleading manners. He said
that he was studying at the College of
Physicians aud Surgeon. Not long alter
big arrival articles of jewelry aud wearing
DISAPPEARED FROM THE ROOMS
of several boarders, and several articles
of clothlns were taken from
Miss McNeils' wardrobe. On
Thursday afternoon dpt. JK Will
Hams' attention was called to tha losses and
he sent detective Pribe to iavestlgate. Tho
ilotec'.ive suspected Osborn, but the people
In ihe house ac.nuted the idea. The detec
tive opened Osborn's trunk and found a
ilk basque and cloak belonging to Miss Mc
Neil. In addition there was
A BUXOH OF SKELETON KEYS.
O-born was not in the house and nobody
seemed to want him arrested. Tne deteo
t v cot his description and watched the
front. At dusk Osborn came along and ran
un the. step with a spring gait. Price
was not sure of his man, so he approached
him and said, "Mr. Osborn, there a
gentleman waiting for you on the corner."
Osborn asked which corner, and Pr.ce ar
rested Mm. The last time Osborn wis ar
rested in this city was In the fall of 1881, for
coiiM'tv'tv in obtaining geo.ls in tbe preced
ing Aldose ,
I'XDER FALSE PRETENCES,
from Francis O'Neil. tbe sboedeaierof No.
UTOBroadway; E. M. A W. Ward, men's
furnishing goods, of So. 881 Broadway,
and Youman, the Xew York hatter. His
cmi)auioii was Masson Pell Helmbold, the
son of Honry T. Helmbold, the
druggist. Osborn mado Helmbold u
catspaw. He met hira in Long Branch,
where Osbern, as usual, was visiting
among wealthy people, and Induoed him to
start on a visit lo Osborn's uncle, who, h
said, lived on Long Island. Osborn, in
Long Branch, said he had muoh money
and said that be would some day be heir t
his uncle's millions. When they reached
this city Osboru said he was short of money.
They stopped at three fashlonablo board
iughouses, at each of which they had goods
sent C. O. D. While the messengers were
waiting they left the house. On August
1!) Helmbold was
ARRESTED IN A PAWN SHOP,
where O.sborn sent blra to
raise the Amount required on the stolen
goods. He was held to the grand
Jury, but the case never came to trial. Os
born, w hen arrested several months later,
was taken to the District Attorney's office.
He was not prosecuted because the case
against Iiulmhold bad been pigeon-boled.
Usborn, in the latter part of 1880, went to
Philadelphia where he made tbe acquain
tance of a
WEALTHY YOUNG WOMAN,
,ho was engaged to be married to a young
l'oiladelpblan. Osborn came suddenly
b .uk to this city, where be was followed by
ilte Philadelphia!! who searched for him
with a revolver. He was arretted but the
ease (ell through. On April 6, 1880. he
was arrested on tbe complaint ot a
well-known French resident of this
ci y for trying to entice his lS-year-old
daughter from her home. Osborn met the
young lady in a fashionable church and oh
'mined a great influnce over her. Ho also
c-cipcd punishment In this case. The po
lice suspect him of being the man who not
long ago victimized Mrs. Weatberby of
No. 17 East Twenty-sixth street, by bogus
letters of reference and representations re
garding ALLEGED MILLIONAIRE UNCLE.
Miss McNeil said, last evening, that she
was not mix otis to appear against Osborn,
but she bus been subpiviiaed and will have
to give her testimony. Osborn is 27 years
old, and was born In Sag Harbor. He bad
something to do with the duel between tbe
s'udents of tbe College ot Physicians and
-u geons whtoh dldjnot take place last
Twa al a Tin.
Clyde, Ohio, Nor. 8. -Tbe Clyde Bank
sustained paymeat yesterday. Tbe cashier,
P. W. Parkhurat, left Wednesday night,
and had not returned last night. Their de
posits amount to 170,000. It supposed
'his can be made good by the remaining
psrtuers, A. Richard and D. A. Harknesa.
X.i defalcation Is upectd. D. A. Hff
cr has been appointed receiver. E. H.
Southland, a hardware dealer, assigned to
i. P. Huntley, In oonseoyieaoe of the bank
!llur . 4i.
Berlin, Nov. 8. A minor Hat ol
lege I proposed gur Freokfnrt-ou-tht
Main in consequence of the explosion to Utt
office of the Chief of Police.
DON'T BE TOO RASH.
It la stated tbat tbe German goveaamMt
has offered Its services to settle the dltpU'a
between Russia and Bulnarla, and tbat It
has adUsed Prince Alexander In Bulgaria
not to be too rash in h actions,
Tbe German press generally regard
Plotrowkt, who states that be was sent by
Russian uibllists to kill Bismarck, at an
imposter or lunatic.
DECREASE IN SPECIB.
The statement of tbe Imperial Board of
Germany shows a decrease la ipeale of
Londonderry, Xov. 8. Several hun
dred factory women are on a strike
because the proprietor refused to
discharge a man tn thi factory
who moved the corporation of Londonder
ry to rescind the resolution granting
permission to tbe Lord Mayor m
Dubliu to lecture In the city bail. The
women paraded the streets, crying, "God.
save Ireland!" They were attacked an
stoned by a mob7wbIeh they fougnt dQs
perately. The police, finally dispersed the
Sr. Petkrsburi, Xov. 3. The latest
accounts from Afghanistan sbow the coun
try to be in complete anarchy and the ex
chequer without funds, troops demoralized
and the Ameer a mere plaything In the
bands of the Ghllzais.
who orginated the device of a wreath with
broken chattis, one of the floral offering at
tbo funeral of Turguenieff, tbe Russian
novelist, baa been expelled from St. Peters
burg and placed under police surveillance.
Ottaw a, Nov. 3. An order in Council
bas passed admitting swine tn bond late
Canada at all warehousing port, tor
slaughter for export, iustead of as now on
tbe Western frontier at the porta ot 8auia,
Windsor, and Ainherstburg.
Hong Kono, Nov. 3. Adm'ra' Caurbet
has resumed command of the French fortM
at Hanoi aud will attack Buc Xlnh wltr
8, OX) me a aud thirty guns.
Paris, Nov. 3. It is said that the Min
lster of War is preparing a reserve corpt ol
10,000 troops for Tonquin.
None but Engllah Lawyer.
Chicago, Nov. 3. Congretsman Flnrrty
bas received tbe following cablegram from
A. M. Sullivan, dated London:
"It i positive none but the English bar
will be allowed, active participation In
Tbls refers to the trial of O'Donnell foi
the murder of the informsr Cary.
Believed to be In IndlauapolU.
Indianapolis, Xov. 8. The lmpresvlon
is strong that Mary Churchill is tn Indian
apolis, and this was strengthened to-day by
tbe receipt at the Post Offi :o of some mall
addressed to her, Tnero is no a. -t;t and
number given on tbo addres, but the Post
Ultice authorities wid learn ber slopping
pluco if she calls for ft.
CATTLE - ItTHipts 1..-W0; steady;
exports ij l'lftrti 75; gooa to choio i
shipping quoted at to 40 rtfti 00; comiuo.i
to (air ii OoY23 M; bu.chtrs fi 3oii fju;
stockers j3 00(4 3-j; Texan 8 MOH 10.
UOGS-Receiuis 17.0J0; quiet anl
slow; OfSiOc lower; light at U 3MM 80;
rough packing H '0fa4 So; beavv packing
and shipping H 4"n4 0o.
CATTLE-Exporte.s ;ti 10YW 40; troo I
:o heavy Uo $," Hj M 0"; light to fair i da,'a)
.') 25; common to medium H 0rtt ; fair
,o good CcHorailoiiSl 40; southwest $8 7.'
54 So; grass Texans 00 (4 25; light to
rood stockers fr-i.W 2) 73; fair to goojfeei
ri 1 TofaH 23; common to obofoe native
jows and heifers fi 25(a)t0J; fcoallaivag of
my kind 2WJ rf'J 40.
SHEEP Common, medium Ahht?; 500
i 'io; (air to good Si bOtdiA 7.1; prime S3 80
?a)i 00; fair lo good Texans j2 l&WS ot).
HOGS Receipts 1,201 head; shlpmea
4,031 head. Market steady and active, York
er selling at M 4.V4 00, rough mixed
at $4 50fcM 60, and butchers steady at 4 BS
Cal uu; for rough to good hevies ii 20'
4 50; Pigs and light weights 4 Mil 40.
W II E AT-Xovem be r " !i;li rrtT)?5?QiT
95K; vear ; Januarv 9tlV; May $1
CORN November 48; December 47 H ;
January 46 X; Mav 48'; year 47W.
OATS November 28 X ; December 28Xj
year '116 H ; May 82.
WHEAT Higher; closing at $100 X b.
November; $1 02)4 Deuembe,-; $1 04 H
CORN Irregular; 44 November; 42
year; 44 X May.
DATS Stronger; 26K Xovember;
WHEAT Xovember $109.; Decem
ber $111; January $1 18X; February
$1 15 X; May $1 1U.
CORN November 58K; December WW;
OATS November 34 December 88;
January 87 '4 ; February l!4.
lonutry Proa nee. (
BUTTER-Creamerv at 20(Si8 to 29 far
selections, a shade more in a small way;
secouds at dairy rates. Dairy at 20fa)i3
:for choice to fahev to 2ft for selections;
fair 12fa)15; low grade SfSld. Good to
choice near-by in pails 11 ft 18; common Vi
roi'LTRY-Chicken (load dull aud
weak with offurlugs quite JiberaJ. Turkeys
in fair request. We quote: Spring ohlokens
1 small 7oeftfl 00; fair to choice, tl t'vrfl
50; rholco 2; Old chickens Cocks ti 7VS2;
mlxAd. 12 ia2 35; hens. J 50;
mixed young and old W V)(92 35;
ttiruevs. $4rS dozen acvwtdW to sij,
or 10c per 10. live weignt; uucaa wr:' o".
-Geese quiet at WdS.
' EGGo Receipts 181 pks. La better
maud aud firm at IHlftsje tor good mi
Wheat arrived firm and higher: corn la
arrive unchanged. Wheat aad corn
lo arrive firmer. Mark Lane
Wheat and corn aulet hart aieady. Country
markets steady. California wheat te arrive
declined cVaiM. Spot wheat stoadyi N. i
sprlnst 8 8d: No. 8 spring iiooe In market;
Western winter 8a fct Mixed Wntora
corn oulet at to tHi. Demand
fMm,L'oatineutaBd Uoll Cblfdoia most-