Newspaper Page Text
THE CAIRO DAILY RTTT J R1TT1V
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
Dally on jear by carrier - $U 00
(aipercot. dicouo' II pld In advance.)
Daily, one year rvy mall.... 1" on
Dully, one month 1 u
published or- r morning (Monday excepted) .
Weekly, one year t (V
Weekly, month 1 00
Published uvery Monday nu.
IW Clulisof Ave or more lor Weekly Bulletin at
one tlms per year, VI. SO- Potg In all cae
INVARIABLY I" ADVAKC.
All Comtnnntcalious ebonld ne addressed to
K. A. BURN KIT.
Publisher aud Proprietor.
L LI NO IS CENTRAL R. R
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Lino Kunuiiu:
Making Direct Connection
r4i Liti I'aiho:
3 .05 in. Mbil.
Arriving In fit Loots . 45 a m ; Chicago, .10 p ,ra.:
t.ontieciliiX 8t Odin and KtfneLwa (or Cint r
call, LoiiiniUe. Indianapolis aud pole I Kat.
11:1 i a.m. Ht. IouiH und Wmtern
.Wrlvitig tn ht. Loul:0s, p. m.. and conneet'nt
for a'.f pour.' West.
3.3U p.m. Fiast KxprcM
For St. Loan at.il Chicago, arriving at St. Lo iU
10:40 p m., and Chicago T:20 a m
;i :50 p.m. Cincinnati Kxprewa.
rrlvinc at Iccluuatt 7:00 a.m.; Lounrllle B:M
"am.; ludlanapohs 4:04 a.m. Passengers by
tht train reatn the abuvo polLta 1U to .3o
liuL'KS In advance ol auy othflt route.
nr-rhe:i p. m. express hat PL'LLMA.s
M fcEPlNOCAR Cairo to Cincinnati. without
change, and through aleopeta to Bt. Lools sot
Fat Time Kast.
n s nT thlt line go through to Km-
I aSSeilSerS en point without auy dj ay
caused by Hunda; Intervening. The "WH.";
uon train from Cairo arrive. In tew York Monoay
oruiagaU0:H5. Tblrty-U bonraln adtanceo
YForTrough ticket, and further information,
A. H . II AN SON. Qn . Pan. Ageet. Chicago
R U. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
t.i r. n-rt.rt. Tratrs Arrive
8:05 .tr. I tMatl :0'a.io,
. .. li-tta in. 'Express Uioa.ra.
j.fO p.m. I 'Accom i-V p.m.
L 4 s. o. h. b. (Jackson route).
.. 4:45a.m. 1 1 all 4:lp.rn
lnsoam. Biurets ....10:S0a. in
.... V.SOp m.
Ks Jt Ma.il
ft C. K. K. (Mrrow-trunc).
.....8:fl0a m. I Express 1:11 am,
iu:a m. Ex. Mall. .4:10 p ra.
..U:o.m. I Accom 2:0 p.m
ST. L. I. M. It K.
,..IO:Wp.m. I 'Kxyres :'.0 p.ra
ST. I.. A P B. K.
Mall 4 Ex 4:0a.m. I 'Mall & Ex.. 30p.m
Accom 4:Wp.m. 'Acro-n 0::4.ra
yreight 5:45 a.m. Frelnht 6 45 p. in
MOBILE "HIU . K.
Mail 5:55 a m. Mall. ......
Dally except suoday. t DalW.
Q.E0RGE II. LEACH, M.I).
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Mppclal attention paid to the Homeopathic lret
merit of unrglcal dlaemoa. and diiea of women
"oyriCK-On 14th atreet. oppcftte the Post
office. Cairo. Ill-
"QR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR. ELBCTRO-VAPOR xd MEDICATKD
A lady In attendance.
)R. W. C. JOCFLYNj
OFKICB Eighth Street, near Come erc'ai ATer.mt
R. E W. wniTLOCK,
Omoi-No. 13 Cummerclal A"er.tie, h,tw.-
Kgbt'aand NlLtb Htrenta
iubert a. miTH.
Grand Central Store.
CAIRO. - TLX..
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
The Largest Variety StocV
IN TIIK. CITV.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
For Dy pt'pilu,
C lironlc Dlar
rliii'H, Jaundlt r,
Iiniitirity of Mm
uiiil all I)lfaHr
ruoHrd Ly Dp.
rangrment of Liver, How t lit n0 KiUnpya.
SYMPTOMS OF UISEASF.n I IVF.R.
P,ad Itreaih; Pain in the Si Ic, vnn'tunei the
piin ik flt tinder the Sh iii itr-bUd'.-, ntitaltrn fjr
Y. hcumatinn ; etner.il V. of uppttite: llnwtlt
generally ctive. hornet imu.. Hlt-:in.itmf villi Ux;
the head i troubled with p .m, is dull a:i'l heavy,
with conudcraM-: losi .f nu.mory, accompanied
with a painful sen'if ni-fl'-avinui.d'jri'r something
hich ouijiit to luv': l'r n 'li:; 9 slvi:t, dry cmgh
and flushed fai.t is S'j.'i.'Mii.ics an at'-ndant, often
mistaken f'.r r)iisiiiM:.,n; the pjti'.-nt coniplaim
of weariness nirl debility; netv.ti.s.e.ii.y startled;
eet coid i r lurii.ti, .nictinv: a prn.l:ly semation
of the skin eni.ts. vf irits ate low and (b:s'jndent,
and, although satifiH that exercise wo .ld be bene
ficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it in fact, distrusts e'ey rerr.coy. Several
of the aljove svn.pionis attend the dicase but casei
have occtirreo when but few of them eisttd, yet
examination after death has shown the I.lvur to
have been extensively deranged.
It alinultl bp uel by all iicmona, old aad
young, vthi novcr any f tlio above
h.i iiiptoiuti i ppar.
rroti Traveliiic or I.lvlni; In Tu
healthy ltfalltipi,, ov tji'irt: a rinsr oeraiion
ally to keep the Liver in ncaithy ai:ri"ti, u:ll avoid
all Malaria, Itllloiii altai k, i m? n"ss. Nan
aca, ljrowi'nevs, Iiepressir.n ,f j.iois, etc. It
wili invigorate like a ts I n,', hut is no ill.
If Von liavp Piitpn iinyllilni; bard ol
fflPtitltin, or feel iit-avy afo-r mriils, or wlpp
leB at night, take a dose and y .u wili ie rehevd
Thue anil Diirtont' JtilU will Iip bv'1
by alwaya kf-fplux tlio Itigulalor
in flip If iik's !
For, whatever the ailment m.v 1, n tho-':i:s'ily
aae pur(;Htiv-, altrativp and tonlo an
never be - ul of pia'.e. 'I he rme !y is barinli'aB
and doc nol Interfere with l(iiin-. or
IT IS Pt RF.LV VF.fiKTAHI.K,
And has ail the power and etno:n y J- t alomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurti'is after erTclfc
A fioTrnor'a Tpitimony.
Simmon Liver K- ir j!.itrr has tfen in use in riy
family for sonie t.u.e, and 1 am satisfied it t a
valuable addni.-n to Hie ine.ii- al si :i.. e
) tiii.L f-iiof rpp, (y-ernor of Ala.
Hon. Alpxanilfr I!. Mi-plif-ns, of ;..
nays: Have d'.rr e i me oertefr. trom the use of
Simmons I.ivcr K'a,:ur, and wisti to give it a
"Th only Thine that ncvpr faH to
I have used m.irv r'-u. :
i f.r Iy.
pepsia, l.iver Arfe tion
rd 1 1'. Oi.itv. but never
nave found anvthmg to bei'.fn n.e t the extent
Simmons Livr.r k-i;ulator h..s. 1 ent fr ,m M:n
nesou totior-;a f ,r ltt r,n,-j . -ji: ...n,j r.uer for
uch a med:ri:.e. and oul : a i .-.se ho are Sim
ilarly ;fT' Ctc'i to (c ve it a t. d as it sisem. the only
thing that never tails in re! e
1' M Jannft. Mir-iespolis, Minn.
Dr. T. W. Mhmui as: From actual ex
Jrience in th' ie of Simm :,s L:ver Ke ilator in
my practke I hve lrn a;. 1 am satisfied to use
and prescribe it as a purgative medic, nc
ter?' Take only the (Pliiliiif, which alwayt
has on ihe Wrappe, ihe rpl Z Trade-Mark
and hignaturp of .1. If. ZKJI.IN' A CO.
FOR SALE P.V ALL I)I.T,G1STS
V?. bTRATTON. Ca ro T. BIRD. MlMOtiri.
STJIATTON & BIKD,
No. 57 Ohio LcToc, Cairo, I'l.
Amenta American Powder Co.
J-f 1Z. IST CE
-Manufacturer and Dealer In-
8th Slree , tsetwion Com'l Avi- mid Lcvyc.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIAL! V
ALL KINDS OK AMU.VITION.
liiafoe Keoaired. All Kinde ol Kuti Mmlo.
fLOUK, GRAIN AND llk
Riirhfst CaHh Price Paid for Wlitt.
"CITY GUJf STORE"
Oldest in tlm city; established in 1862.
Coral Ave., bctwocn 9th and IfltU Stu.
MANUFACTURER DKALER IN ALL KINDS
Ammunition of nil riencr'pilnn alwavn on bund al
General rppvirlng In all kind of motaln. Koyi
fall description mado to ordi-r, aud satisfaction
warranted, dive me a cull, and h convinced for
Tonraolf.attbet pnoftli.' "BIO tlU.N."
JOHN A. KOKHFjEH,
91 -6m Proprietor, Cnlro. Ill
li a tirf iBicrMtint hnni, tnd hM beo rronoanrtrl m br
tbftUMDdt who he ritid it. It ripluni lh pnnoiplci f
Hit ted dtB tnd frit origin of mitt, inti inuuia r rtM
bf ill thiakiif pcnplt. It rontiim tluble prMorlptlOtln
anr 01 nerroui ina rayuimu um
erroua and Phyaloal Debility, Loat
w. Defeotlve Memory.
'hoi trsii of ditnrdrrt brought ort bf overwork b1 tti
. unaponaenoy, ina lam
tin bf overwork tn4 fBti
crttlofia i ilae pnaorlptlona for Catarrh, Sorofula, ato.
A torn ol tbi. work et ty aiill, twur.lj ttalti, frra, by
a4itrffaff tb. author,
vW.fc JAQCKS, M.O., 119 W. tk St OitlaaaU, QMo.
Latest Returns Received up to the
Hour of Going to Press.
Kesults Practically Settled, but Detail
Still Wanting in Soma Quarters-Democrats
Trying to be Jubilant, and
Republicans Claiming That the Late
Tidal Wave has Already Receded,
Oarrjing Democratio Hopes in the
Undertow-Now for the Armaged
don of 1884.
M.4f)S4( 11 IHE Tift.
Boston. Mms., Nov. 7. Lakit re
turns from all part of the date seem to
bow that Kotilnuon ba carried the state
by probably lO.OOu majority. Butler blm
fwlf conceden that ho is beatpn, and laya
bis defeat princiually on the vote of Bos
ton. H gut 13,0X) plurality In that city
alone, at Ihe lust election, and claimed
that he would receive 'iO.oOO Um time.
Instead of tbiii, Boston's vote for Butler
32, 4r, and for Kobinson 25,954, making
Butler's plurality only 6,511. Return
from 240 cltlen and towns give Robinson
M,m votes, and Butler li.,50ti. Re
ports not yet received are ex
pected to swell, Robinson's ma
jority to the fljjuri" gtven above. Tbe
Globe, a Democratic organ, concedes
Robinson's election by 10,0X1. The Herald
claims upwards of 2X,00). Revised foot
ings of over 2fK) principal towns and cities
this trorin( give KoLinson a majority of
ll.tKX), wbtcb si-ems to show that tbe total
R 'publican majority will reach at least 15,
WW. Tbe Senate seems to stand: Republi
cans 2'J. D mocrau 1m, a Democratic gain
of 1. Tbe House of Representatives stands:
Repub.icans 175, Democrats 65, Democratic
).alD of 13. Butler, notwitbstauding bis
defeat, has made a ino?t remarkable race,
ifetiing 40.(nj more votes than auy other
Democrat ever received in the state. Ames
ran aw.iy ahead of tii ticket, being elected
by over 60,000 majority. There was ereat
excitement during the day and evening,
but no d sturbance.
Boston. ". 7. Additional returns
give tb" Rui ubiicans L"9 members of the
Legislature to lij Democrats and one In
dependent, with nine districts to bear from.
Robinson's total vote thus far Is 150,665;
Butler's 150,013, wi'.b four towns to hear
from. Tbe total Vote Jjor Lieutenant-Governor
gifes Ames 12JM to 14,000 plurality.
Tbe executive council will stand: Repub
licans 5, Democrats 3; a gtln of two Demo
crats over lat yeir.
B'oTi'N. Nov. 7. Gen. Butler bas re
fuse! to be Interviewed, and will make do
statements concerning his defeat, which be
accepts Icomplacentiy, although he ac
knowledges that it was unexpected. Re
turns from the tHatc re complete with tbe
exception of one town. Robinson's total
vote is lUO.lHl; Bu'Im'i, 150.074. Robin
son over Butler, 10.0.-7.
M .4 KTI.A1S D.
Baltimore, Nov. 7 McLane, Demo
crat, is elected Governor by a large major
ity. He has 7.OO0 majority in tbis city
alone. Trie Democra's also elect tbe entire
Legislative ticket, including two Senators
rind eighteen members of tbe Assembly,
Baltimore, Nov. ".Returns ore tu
from a number of counties, and are Incom
plete, but sufficient is known to insure tbe
election of tbe entire Democratic state
ticket. Tbe official majority In tbe state,
12,000. Roberts, Democrat, for
attorney-general. runs ahead of
McLaln. Mr. Turner, Democrat, for
compttoller about even with McLaln. Of 13
Senators elected the Democrats get two In
tbe first and third d.stricts of tbis city, and
one each in Baltimore county, Carroll,
Frederick, Howard. Queen Annie, Wash
ington and Wicomico, making nine, and
the Republicans elect Senators in Anne,
Arundel, Kent and Somerset, all three Re
publican gains. The Democrats gained
Senators In Frederick and Washington
counties. Tbi, with tivn Democrat
ic and eieht Republican Senators holding
over, will make tbe Senate stand 14 Demo
era's and 11 Republicans, with Calvert
County y 't to hear from, it Is probably Re
publican. The House of Delegates will be
Democratic by probably 20 or more. The
regular Democratic ticket was defeated in
A ne Arundel county by a fusion ticket. In
this city, with tbe exception of Sheriff, the
Democrats elected tbe entire ticket by
majorities ranging from 40 to 9.480, the
latter majority for Bryan for Judge of the
Court of Appeals. Tbe majority for Afrey,
Republican, for Sheriff on the fusion ticket.
is 1,2U. Tue majority of Bond, for Clerk
of the Superior Court, over Allison, fusion,
Alexandria, Va., Nov. 7. The figures
seem to show that Mabono and the Read
justee are defeated. All returns received
so far indicates this clearly. Late last even
ing Mahone wr.s claiming a gain of four
counties and one city, Xaiisemoiirt, Caro
line Goochland and Norfolk
counties, and Norfolk city.
Later ho learned that Hauoverand Chester
field counties bad given Democratic ma
jorities, and then conceded the Senate to
the Flinders, although he still had slight
hopes. Returns this morniug from all
parts nf the State show lores. Democratic
gains lu many KeadJ'.isier strongholds, and
the showing is plain that the Mahone party
Is badly defeated. The Senate and House
are now known to be Democratic by good
majorities, but the figures cannot be stated
in detail, as yet.
At Staunton, two negroes were shot by a
white man named Croghan at the polls
early In tbe morning. One of them Is dan
Thrace i.fhu, Nov. 7. The Republi
can State ticket Is elected. Friends of the
party claim that there will be between 15,"
000 and 20,000, but that Is probably too
'urge. Chairman Hensel, of tbe Demo
efatlc State Central committee, ndmit tbat
the Republican majority lu Philadelphia ex
ceeds all expectations, but still has some
hopes. Later advices seem to show that
Heaver, Republican, Is chosen over Patter
son, Democrat, and Stewart, Independent.
Complete returns from 67 counties give
Nile, Republican candidate for Auditor-(i-nera',
a majority of 15,410. The three
remaining counties will inoivnse rula to 17.
I'll iSBl iift. Nov. 7. -Returns fiom all
lull u it.ee u dUiricl in Allegheny county
gie Llvzy, Republican, forstito treasurer,
a majority of
MORNING, NOVEMBER if
M.s. J I. MM. 3.
YitK.smv, V J., Nov. 7. Tbe election
of Alil it, Demount, I, conceded, h s mi
Jority being variously put al between 2.00.1
and 7,0ui, The Democrats have also a ma
jority in the Legislature on Joint ballot.
Tkknton, X. J., X.v. ".-The Times
conputes .Vbbott'i majority at5,4tf.
Newakk. Nov. 7. -The latest election re
turns give Abbott about ft, 500 majority.
Sena'. 12 Republicans, 9 Democrats. As
sembly, 2' Republicans, 31 Democrats,
uemocratie majority on Joinl ballot, ft.
St. Paul, ilinn., Nov. 7.-Returns
siiow Rpublioiii losses In all parts of the
Stale. Hubbard, Republican candidate
for Governor,, Is elected. The R publican
State Committee puts hi majority at least
St. Pall. Nov. 7. There Is no aldi
tiu'nl information in regard to the election
in this state. The returns now to eonie arc
off the lines of railroad and will be some
days (retting in. The Republican majority
in tbe state will not be less than 25,000.
Jackson. Njv. 7. Chalmer's returns
come In slow ly, but the auccess of tbe reg
ular Democratic and fusion tickets ia as
sured, in Cassia county a man named
Wheeler shot and killed a man whose
name was Matthews, Matthews cHme to
the polls with- a revolver lu bis band.
o.i: ii i r.
Hartford, Nov. 7. The election in
tbis State was for the bulk of the State Sen
ste and the whole of the Vssembly. The
returns seem to show that the Republicans
have carried tbe Senate, and have a major
ity of sixty-nine on Joint ballot.
Chicago, III., Nov. 7. The Democrat
here bve carried the whole ticket. They
elected Shepard Judge by 3,000 majority,
and four County Commissioners by majori
ties ranging fiom 3.0"0 to 4,000.
Lixclo.v, Neb., Nov. 7. Tbe election
passed oft quietly. Scattering returns, not
yet iu full, abow the election of tbe Repub
lican State ticket by about 8,000 majority.
Wichita, Nov. 7. Election passed off
quietly. There was no general lute elc
tion. Indications i-how Republicans suc
cessful la city and county eiectlocs by the
Denver, Col.. Nov. 7. The entire Re
publican ticket in this county is elected.
Th Kw York Fr on lrly'i
New York. Nov. 7. Following sre tbe
opinions of some of the leading New York
dailies on yesterday's electiotii:
The Herald says: "Xew York by yester
djy's vote, pas.s into the category of
doubtful States iu th Presidential election
of and the managers of the Democrat
ic party have nobody but themselyps to
.-i-.il " " . ...... -. .
terday'a elections ate so Incomplete at the
time of the present writing tbat nothing but
fbe most general details can be yhen. In
this State the Democratic ticket, with the
postbie exception of Mflynard, is elected
by spood-sized majority. Maynard bus run
considerably behind tbe other candidates,
and it Is possible that Carr has beaten
The Times suys: "The election yesterday
shows mainly tbat the Independent Repub
licans have regained substantial confidence
in their party, that tbey wore satisfied with
the character of their candidates and with
the way in which they were chosen, tbat
tbey iecognie in the Republican patty
agaiu an Instrument useful for good gov
ernment, and efficient to oarry out tbe pur
poses and convictions of the great body of
tbe organization. With such a sentiment
we have a!wvs held that the party was
reasonably secure of the power In this
The Tribune sats: 'Yesterday's wink
makes publican success possible in the
next Presidential contest. If New York,
Massachusetts aud P' nnsylvanla bad all
followed Ohio in going Democratic this fall
few would have been hopeful enough to be
lieve that so overwhelming a current could
have been turned back In a single year.
Now everybody can sec tbat fighting ground
is left; that the Republicans can fairiy
hope, by good conduct and good fortune,
to carry every state tbey had in 13S0; that
as against a party so prone to blunder, and
with so many chances to blunder us the
Democrats bave, their prospect for carrying
enough of them is more than fair. The rc
.urns indicate that Xe w York State Is close
on Secretary of Statu. Mr. Maynard, the
Democratic caudldate for that position,
runs behind his associates on the ticket iu
all the cities. Outside of New York City
Mr. Maynard has gained, compared with
the vote'of lsSl. when Mr. Carr had 13,022
majority. In one quarter of the Stale Mr.
Maynard has wiped out nearly 6.0U0 of that
majority. There is no question of tbe sue
ocss of the remainder of
the Democratic State ticket by
a good majority. The next Scutate will
probably stand 17 Democrats and 15 R-pub
lieans, and the Assembly .tlo Democrat mid
Republicans, assuring the election of a
Democrat to the Cniled states Set' c. Iu
the county of Nw York the entire Demo
cratic ticket is leeted and lu the city the
Democrats elect 10 aldermen to 8 fur He
Republicans. The result of the elections,
considering the li-'ht among the Democratic
factions in New Yoil; and Buffalo, Is inore
than was t xpt'cteil bv tbe most saiuiiine
Democrats. 'I he Stale i in line for iss, "
A SniiBlily, ii ttu hi? Judge
Loi i.viLi.E, K.. Nov. 7. Kx-.luilgo
U. 1). McNamar.1, the bead of a respected
family, has been creating much scandal at
Fraokfort. It appears that hu bus been on
a spree and visited a notorious woman.
Hi'c uniinf Jealous he shot at a man found
in her company sml was shot at iy the wo
man. Tbe Judge barricaded the door and
di lies the law. The sheriff is taklngladviee
as to his right to force nn entrance.
Tlireis Children Burned.
Sanford, N. C, Nov. 7. -Sunday nlghl
a negro and his wife, living near here,
went to church, leaving three children in
t,e limise. On retiming they found that
liie house bad burned, with the children.
A ilrnve Merlin.
(Tsri'sNATi, Nov. 7. A convention of
chair makers snd metallic burial case
uunutacturers Is In sissloti here to fix
pricts and make other provisions for tbi
benefit of their business.
New Yokk, Nov. 7. The Exeeutlrs
Comm tltee of the Missionary Society of the
Methodist Episcopal church began Its an.
oua! session here to-day. The following
appropriations were recommended : Africa,
4,WW: South America, $2,000: Central
China. 131,000; FooCbow, $13,000; North
China, yri.000; West China, $12,000; Ger
many and Switzerland, $24,000: Sweden,
$22,000; Norway, $14,000; Denmark, $10,
Ouo; North India, $04,000; South India, fl,
OWr; Bulgaria. $15,000; Italy, 137,000;
Mexico, $34,000 and Japan, $33,000.
Oucbl to be Hanged.
Somerset, Ky., Nov. 7. The grand
Jury have Indicted Jack Brill for Incest.
His eldest daughter testified tbat her fath
er, who Is forty yean of age, ti tbe father
of her two children and that he began the
illegal intimacy when she was only 12. A
younger girl also testified that her father is
tbe father of her child.
A Powerful NnUaac.
Cincinnati, O., Not. 7 The directors
of the Board of Trade and Transportation,
at a meeting to-day, adopted the report of
the committee declaring toe trade dollar a
nuisance and recommending a memorial to
Congress for It redemption by tbe govern
ment aud its withdrawal from circulation.
Bogus Medical Collegei.
Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 7. W. H.
Coney, who has been operating a bogus
medical college here for the past three
years, has decamped after selling all bis
property. Sixty of bis graduates are now
Nolnl Ilia Wile's C orpse.
Baltimore, Nov. 7. The body of
Blanche Gray, tbe fat girl, has been sold
I'T her husband to Dr. Hill, of tbis city, for
CAMPBELL IX 1 HARUE.
The People's Chief of Folios A-aln As
sumea Control of the Department.
St. Louis. Mo., November 7. When
Chief Campbell reached tbe Four
Courts this morning he was acosted by
Chief of Detectives Sam Boyd, whodellver.
ed to him the key of the office he was to
abandon. The Chief then marched with
an air of authority to tbe door, opened It
and entered. Although It had been oocu
pied as late as yesterdiy by the de-facto
Chief, it presented a dismantled and aban
doned appearance. Not an article appear
ed in sight tbat would tndloate that It had
been recently occupied. The desk was
bare. Tbe walls were unadorned save
by tbe portraits of rogues, and a gen
eral appearance of gloom pervaded
tbe apartment. Captain Huebler visited
tbe chief and be received congratulations on
bis reinstatement from several callers, but
soou quit the room to allow tbe oolored
Janitor to put It in order. Major Rainwater
called upon the chief as he was about to
leave tbe building, and both walked off to
gether. Tbe latter soon returned, how
ever, with a box of cartridges in his hands
and proceeded to bis office, where he loaded
bis revolver, remarking as be did so,
' 'That Is the daisiest revolver In (this town.
It is a bull's eye every time." Being
asked, be turnteheA a COPT Ot the charge
preferred against htm by Dr.
Lutz saying that be thought they Would not
amount to anything.
Mr. Taaffe did not put In an appearance
at tbe Four Counsthls morning, nor did
any one, even Mr. Wells, tbe Board's
Secretary, seem to know what bad become
of him. Following are tbe charges snd
specifications handed to Chief Campbell by
the Secretary of tbe Board-
St. Louis, Nov. 6, 1883.
Charges and specification.! versus John W.
Campbell, Chief of Police.
Charge Language and oonduct unbe
coming an officer and a gentleman. Vio
lating Ruin 167, Pag 43 Police Manual.
Spee'ii I. In this tbat on tbe 23rd
of Sepu 11,0. r, ltS3, said John W. Camp
bell falsely stated to one Tobias and other
reporters of newspapers, that one Joseph
II. McEutlre held tbe blank resignation of
Frank J. Lutz a Police Commissioner,
aud that a certain other person held the
blank resignation of David W. Carutb, also
a Police Commissioner, and various other
statements reflecting upon said Police Com
missioner. 2. Tbat said John W. Campbell did, af
ter the appearance in the newspapers, of
same to go uncontradicted.
3. Tbat said John W. Campbell on tbe
iib da of October, 1883, In the city of St.
Louis was guilty ot using threatening snd
Insubordinate language to bli superior of-"
licer I rank J. Lutz.
All of which Is oontrary snd prejudicial to
the good order and discipline of the force.
Submitted and preferred this 6th day of
November, 1833, by
Frank J- Lutz,
David W. Carcth.
Tbe rule to whleh reference 1 made in
the charge reads as follows: "Any
member of the force may be removed,
dismissed or otherwise punUhed by tbe
Board ou a hearing, and cauie for such
removal, dismissal or other punishment
will bit found in idleness, Incapacity, In
I'flieieucy or other unfitness; In Immoral
conduct, w hether by act or word and also
iu fi.tUilently contracting debts; Insubordi
nation or disrepect, neglect of duty, dis
obedience uud neglect of orders, any crime
or misdemeanor or breaches of discipline;
or a violation or dlsreguard of any of the
foregoing rules, ' '
the chief's attitude.
Tno Chief w as so busy this forenoon that
ho li.i I no time to give expression to his
feciiiu-s, but after returning from the May
or's otlice he. consented to a short interview
ith a reporter:
"Do you know anything new In reference
to your future relations with the Board?"
was asked .
"Nothing whatever. Everything is run
ning smoothly, and I know nothing of what
may be transpiring in relation to me else
"Did you draw your last month's salary
. "No, but I intend to. I don't think
there will bo any opposition, as the; same
comp.ieaiiou has occurred before."' '
"How about tbe charges?"
"oh. I will simply bave to meet them by
a plea of uot guilty. You know bow tbey
try charges in there, they simply hear the
witnesses and pronounce sen
tence of not guilty upon the evidence. II
will be a questlou of veracity. I certainly
deny having stated thatCsruth's blank res
ignation, or any other resignation, wss
held by outsider, as I never mads suoh a
"Have you any anticipations s to what
the reault'o' a trial will be?"
"None whatever. I Intend simply to
perform tbe duties of my offloe without re
gard to consequences while I am permitted
to retain the potlsa,'1
London, Nov. 7. There was sn f xploi-
ion ai 8:30 this morning In Monkfleld Col
liery, Lancashire. There were 110 miners
in the coldery. Only tix thus far have bssn
Twenty persons bave been rescued,
Some are badly hurt. It Is Impossible W
estimate tbe number ot persons
killed. Parties are searching for
the missing miners. (The searcher had to"
traverse s distance of three-quarters o
mile before reaching the scene of explo
sion. A CORRECTION.'
The disaster happened at Mooreflstd
Colliery, not Monkfleld. Thirty
more mn have been rescued. The
shaft became blocked and many miners were
imprisoned thereby, and there Is little
hope of rescuing them. Tbe saved wera
taken through tbe Whlney Hill shift
mile from the btooked shaft.
AS TO O'DONNELL.
London. Nov. 7. The T.mes, diiouss
iug the proposal to allow American coun
sel to defend O'Donnell, says: "To glvs
audience to foreign couuiel Is s novelty In
England, and there is no ground
shown tor making an exoeptlon tn this
A REWARD OFFERED.
The police offer a rewird for John Mc
Catferty, convicied of treason Id Dublin la
1367 and sentenced to penal servitude fdf
life, and who has since escaped. MoCaffer
ty was born In Ohio of Irish parents.
Hong Kono, Nov. 7. Admiral Culrbet
has postponed his attack on BacNinb until
the roads are ready for the transportation
of the heavy cannon. Preparations are
being made for a desperate defense by
China. Tbe arsenals are busy and regi
ments are marching south.
Simcoe, Out.. Nov. 7. O. I. ParUng's
Jewelery store safe was blown open last
nlgbt and $12,000 worth ot watohes and
Paris, Nov. 7. It Is said that tbe French
forces bave occupied Sontay and BaoUlnb,
Fire at Blotix Fall.
Sioux Falls, Dakota, Nov. T. At li80
th;s morning a fire broke out In
the four-story livery stable oon
uected with the ComrnTcial House,
causing its complete destruction, and also
consuming tbirly valuable horses
aud a number ot carnages.
The fire spread and finally resulted In
tbe destruction of tie Commercial House,
the Western House and three adjoining
brick buildings. Loss, $100,100; insuranoe
estimated at $20,000.
railed for 9100,000.
Waiertown, Wis,, Nov. 7. Joseph
Bursinger, a brewer, has made a Voluntary
alignment; liabilities $100,000; asset $83,-
(CK) to $."0,000.
Padi cau, Ky., Nov. 7. l'ne employes
of a large furniture factory are on a strike
for higher wages and l-s work.
A Million Hollar.
New York, Nov. 7.-X -.ir.jr $1.0-0,00
in cold bars and coin was received to-day
CATTLE Receipts 4.SO0; steady
exports $0 10(30 : tfoou to onoioe
shipping quoted at to 50 6 00; oommon
to fair $4 40O4 50.
HOGS--Receiotr) '3.700 quiet and
slow: .VSlOc higher; light at $4 30rM 75;
rough packing ii 10 i 40; heavy packing
and shipping $4 4.VS3 00.
CATTLE Exporters W 10W 40 rood
to heavy do $5 60(ati 00; light to fair $4 23
.") i"; common to medium $4 4034 9J fair
.0 good Colorado$4'Oi'tj5 40; southwest $3 i5
d4 8.; grass Texans $3 00.4 23; light to
rood stockers $I50oil 73; fair to good feed
irs $3 75fS4 23; common to oholca natlre
lows and heifers $2 23t 00; aoallawags of
auy kind $2 00(tf2 40.
SHEEP-Common, medium Allht$250
3 25; fair to good 3 nOfdi'i 7ft; prime $3 80
'ri8 90; fair to good Texans $2 75rM 60.
HOGS Receipts 4,530 bead: shipments
543 head. Market steady and active, York
ers selling ul' $4 Miai 00, rough mixed
at $4 50O4 60, and butchers steady at $4 75
134 M; shippers not buying.
WHEAT November 98: December
99X; vear-; Januarv $1 O0H;May $1 07X.
CORN November 49; December 49H;
January 48; May 5U; year49,.
OATS November 28X; December 29 ;
year 28 S; May 83.
WHEAT-Higher; closing et$102f b.
November; $1 04 December
!; $1 oi x
CORN Higher; 45 November; 43
year; 4ma48K May.
OATS Stronger; 27 December;
WHEAT November $1UH; Decem
ber $114'; January $1 13K; February
$1 17: May$l 22.
CORN November 60; December 61;'
OATS November 36; December 87;
January 38 Februarys.
Country Prod ace.
BL'TTER-Creamery at 2930 to 89 for
selections, a shade more in a small way;
secouds at dalrv rates. Dairy at 24825
for choice to fancv to 25 for selections;
fair 12ra)16; low "grade 8f910. Good to
choice near-by in palls 11(313; oommon 4ft
POrLTRY-Chickens dead dull and
weak with offering quite liberal. Turkey
in fair request. We quote: Spring ohlokens
small 12VW1S0: fair to choice. $1 2501
75- choice $2; Old chickens-Cocks 3 73(32;
mixed, 2 l.Vrf2 83; hens. 2 2ft;
mixed voting and old $1 75(33 26;
turkeys, $4tai'J i) dozen; accoidlng to size,
oi lUo'per lb. live weight; ducks$2 23(32 75.
EGGS Receipts 321 pks. In better de
mand and firm at 19(3190 for good marks.
Wheat arrived firm and higher; eorn to
ariivn unchanged. Wheat and corn
to arrive firmer. Mark Lane
Wheat snd com quiet but steady. Country
markets steady. California wheat to arrive
advanced 81. Spot wheat teady; No. a
sprmi Ss 8d ; No. 3 spring none tn market;
Western winter 8 6dj Mixed Weter;
corn quiet t 6s 4d. Demand
from Contiunnt and United Ktngdom mod
rate ists wheat ami coru.