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THE CAIRO DAILY
ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11, 1883.
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St. Louis anil Chicago.
The Oulv Liino Kurminu
O DAILY TRAINS
J From Cairo.
Making Direct Connection
Tntitii Liavs Canto:
3:00 n in. Mt.il,
Arriving In St. Lonl il'4,5 i tn.: Chicago, :3U p.nt.;
Cor.imctlng t odtn and Kfflnicbam for Cttic.r
nail, Lonuville. Indlanapolu aud point. Kat.
MM i H.m. Ht. laouis and Western
ArrlviEi m 8t. Loal 7:05 p. m., tnd connect nt
fur all point Wet.
3.50 p.rn. Kftt KiprfM.
Fir St. Lonli and t'hlcaeo, striving at Ft. Lo lie
to : tup m., andChlci;oT:-i a m.
3:6() p.m. Cincinnati Kiprcw.
arriving at ItnciLnati 7.00 a.m.; Louisville 6:li
a m.; iDdiauipoltn 4:os a.m. Panger by
thl. train reach the above point 1 U to 3U
HULKS In advance ol any other route.
tr-Tbel!:V p. m. pre haa Pl'LI.MA.
iLKKPI'0 CAK Cairo to Cincinnati, with ui
ehani, and through sleeper to ht. toni. .at
Fat Timo Kast.
PictfiHrT hf thi" Um 0'hrou'?h ,0 ?Mt-
J aClifMS ern point without any de ay
tamed hy Hnnday Intervening. The (Saturday ftr
anon train from Cairo arrive. In new Yo'k Monday
uorn lug at 10:31. Tb'rty eix hour in advancfol
iv other route.
.yFor throueh ticket and further information,
apnlr at Illinois Central Railroad Depot. Cairo.
J. U. .'ONKS.Tiraet Ar-nt.
A. 11. HANSON. Oen. Paa. Agent. Chicago
R It. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. It.
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Af.com i-Vi p.m.
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tMail .... .. 4:45a.m. I tMall 4:p.m.
tkipri 10 sua. m. I Kspre ... .10:3o a.m.
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Mall 4 EI-....4 10a.m. 'Mail A Ex.. 9 p.ra.
Accom 4:mp.m. 'Accom to:) a.m.
Freight .7:45 a m. rretht 6 45 p.m.
MOBILK 4 "WO R. R.
Mall 55 a.m. Mall... 0:10 p.m.
Daily except Sunday, t Dr.
TIMK ( AUD
AUKIVAL AND UtPAKTCBE OF MAILS
Arr at I Dep'rs
P. O. f m I'U
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" (war mail) 4 30p.m.
(Southern DW 5 P m.
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Wabanh R. K '" P' m-
Teia. 4 St. Loul. R. K 7 p. m.
8t. Louia C.lro K. h 5 P- m.
3 p. m
9 p. tn.
H p. m.
4 p. m.
Mim hiver arrive Wed.. Sat. 4 .von.
depart Wed., Fri. 4 Hun.
P U. een. del. op n from 7:3()am to , :10 pm
PO. box del.d cnlrom 8 . m. to 9 p. m.
Sunday Ren. del. open from. ...8 a. m. to lu a. m.
Sundavi box del. open from. ...b a. m. to 10:t am
r-NOTK Chane will be pulnhed from
time to time tnclty paper. Change your card, ac
cordingly. M. M. MUKI'IIY. P. M.
Q.E0RGE U. LEACH, M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the II myopathic treat
ment of eurnical dlaease. and dieaea of women
and children. .... t,
OFFICE On 14th etreet, opposite the Post-
office, Cairo, 111.
K. J. E. STRONG,
129 Cwramercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOB, ELECTRO-VAPOR and MEDICATKD
A. lady la attendance.
)R. W. C. JOCKLYN,
Ob FICB Eighth BtreaL near romo crcla', ATantlM
R. B W. WHITLOCK,
Orrtoa No. 136 Commercial Avenue, between
Bghnand Nli.lo nire
PROPRIKTOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Uoalor in Ice.
ICK B V THE CAPs LOAD OR T0N,WRU
PACKKD ITOK hHifl'inu
Cur IaoaclH a Special tv.
Cor.Twelftli Street and Leiee,
A Hour, uolil Article for I'nleraal
For Soarli t anil
Typhoid l ever,
vat Ion, I'lrerareil
I'oj, MeaHlen, ami
all I'mitaKloil ItUfttHf. Persons wilting on
the Si' k ihould use it freely SLarlrt f rvcr lui
nevrr b--fn IciK'wn to ipr-a'i wkf tli' Hi.i'l
us:(i. llow Fevrr h.is Ix-en 1 nreil witS 11 al'trr
tilnrk vomit litnl tnkin plain. '1 he worst
cute of l)iiitheru yi'.Ul lu it.
rv-rljn!Sirhl'i-r- I SMAIX-l'O.V
anna refreslied ani
11, (1 Sor- ir v nl
ri'firS'fi of Small
ul by iMtlnng with : l0 I'KKVKNTCI)
Iljrby FlmJ. I, , i.f.r
Impure A 1 r made
hari.?t and pu-lfi-'i.
For Sre Throat it i, a
for FroHteil I t,
too tecured ly tu use.
hhlp t'vvrr prrvcntnl.
To purify the Itreath,
( lcaii th Tei tli,
it can't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved aud
r rj Hlpelaa cure-1.
niiiuti.ci w, illy lam
( ilv was taken witl
Small-ivix. I used the
iluiii : the patient wu
n it delirious, was not
pitted, and was about
the bouse aain in three
we:k-i, and no otht:rft
had it J W. Pakk
The physicians here
use iMrbys Fluid very
.,.,,..,., if. :.. ,k. ... ,.
iy-nte: j cut-en.
Hound he Jed rapidly, men'tff Diphtheria,
hrurvy cured A Sr,
AnAntldo .'for An.m Greensboro, Ala.
or rguWc i'uisvns,
Mine, etc. i iivr ariei up.
I ueil ihe Fluid during
( holi-ra rrrvrntd.
ourpreni aiHicti m with
I'lrer purified and
In ckh. of Death it
should be used aiyjt
the corpse it will
prevent any unpleas
The eminent Thy.
I. Ii,n,.l. . tit I ON
Sl.tl-., M. D., New
York, says: "1 am
convinced Prof Ilarbys
Prophylactic Huid is a
Scarlet Fever with de
ci'ird fivanug-. It it
Iri'lijnw1 ie to the ii'.le
foora. -Wh. F. Sanlv
fjgD, Eyrie, AU.
Darby I'luitl li Kc (iintiicnili il by
11 , . tt . . .. J
11 n ACEXAKiitH ri. rrKl'HI:N-., ct leria
Rev. L'bss. K. DttMi, li L)., Church cf the
Grangers, N. Y.:
J'. L-'oN7P,t'o!urr.hi.i, Prof .University. S.C.
Rev. A. J IiAtTL, I'r- f , Mercer Uuivi-r'sity
Rev. Geo. I. Pitkci, bishop .M E. Church.
IMHsl-KNSAULK TO KVKKY HOME.
Perfectly harmless. led iniernally or
eit-rnally for Mm or ii-a't.
The Fluid has b.:eji thor uhiy teMeJ, anl we
have aHon jai.t evidiv.e tiut it lui done ever ihir.j
here claimed i r fuller inf rmation if-t of yoct
l'ruggiii a pamphlet or s-r.d to the pr .priet'.r,,
J. II. ZHIMN A CO.,
Manufaciur:iih' C he::i.5L. PHI I.ADtLPHIA.
Manufacturer and Dealer In
6th Streei, bctwenn Com'l Ave. uml Leu P.
CHOKE EORLVO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP A.MU.VI HON.
Safe. Heaalrcd. All Kind' ol Kev Mac
:,; tin, ih
h'LOI'K, (tBAIN ANT) HA.
Egyptian F I our i v. 51 ills
Ri?he8tCwh Prine Puicl for VVhHt.
GOLDSTINE & ROSENWATER,
X?Zme, Cairo, Illinois.
DRY GOODS ami NOTIONS,
a full lino of all the latent, newest colors
and quality, aud butt manufacture.
Rodv Brtieln, Tipeptric, Icerain, Oil
Clotiiinof and Gents' Fi
Thl Deptirtmont occupies, a full flonr anil
is complete In all respect". Good are
guaranteed ol latent ntylo and bent ma
terial. Bottom Pricps and First-class Goods!
Oldest in the city; establisliedin 1862
Covi Ave .between OIU and 10th 81.
MANUFACTURER 4 DEALER IN ALL KINDS
Vanderbilt lulvernlty, Nathvllle, Tenn.
1 te-,titv to the ml tx .ell':nt qualiti.-s of Prof.
tarby Prophy!a..iic i'lui I. As a d'SitifecUrtt and
dctcrJlit it is both theor'.tii.a"y and practically
superior kj any prrpamtion with which I am ac
quainted. N. T. Llkicin, Prof Ctiemistry.
Ammunition of all dearr'ptlon atwava on band at
General repairing lu all kind of meUN. Key
f all description made to order, and ailfactlon
warranted. Olve me a call, and be convinced for
Yourself, at the s n of the "BIO UUN ."
JOHN A. KOEHLEK,
01-tim Proprietor, Culro, 111.
iui i. Ji- IIU .'IU 11 .i sJI
His Reception by the Q. A, R. of
Their's to Command Now Fanny Lam's
Lover The Danville Riot Carpenter
Eeleased Martin Luther's Celebra
tionsNewspaper Men Don't Steal A
Death Struggle Defaulting Kail
road Officials Minor Notes.
Sherman Kereited In itw York.
New York, Nov. 10. Kolte Post Kve
a rccr-ptlon to General Shornian last night,
whitb was attended by over 2,000 members
of the (irand JArmy. (ien. B innim wel
oomed the general. At (io. .Sherman
turned to reply 2,000 voices were raised In
ono wild chant of weloome that shook tbe
rafters and drowned tbe music of tbo band,
which wan playing somn old wur sonj?.
When the enthUMiuru hud subMdcd the
Kneial ald: "Iamalway glad to meet
soldiers. In other day I commanded you,
but now you command me. Since thoio
year In which we fought toother, I have
traveled over many parts of tbU eouniry
and have soen Us growing greatuess. I
have seen towns, where, but a lew years
ago, was only an abode hut
or a barren wate, which now
have their electric lights
AND THK1R OH.sXD AKM V POS18.
In those places Lhave found that tbe Graud
Army men were ihe Judges, tbe prominent
men aud tb aucccssfui in busiuess. Tbe
Grand Army hits d'irie great a work, and I
believe tbat since tbe war closed, since tbo-c
old days of marching and uounterruarcbing,
you have more than paid tbe country back
In civilization alune for the $13 a moulb you
used to drttw. You and I have fouxbt tbe
anie bsttlts. We fougbt tbe same battles
at Cnatunoogu and at Atlanta, uud we
are fighting battle together now the buttle
of right against wrong; tbe battle of Intel
ligence against ignorao.ee; tbe battle of
progress and cf destiny. Wherever and
wheuever I hear tbat soldiers wish me to b:
with tberu, that wish Is my law. lean
no longer command you, but
voc can always command me. ' '
This speech was not delivered without fre
quent Interruptions. At almost every sen
tence applause and hurrahs broke forth.
These outbreaks would be Hucceeded by In
tervals of almost breathless silence, " the
soldiers listening with the olosest attention
to every word tbat fell from the lips of
their beloved genera!. At tho cloie of tbe
speech tba band struck up "Marching
Through Georgia, " and In a second ei-ery
one was singing It. Then Gen. Barnum
raised his band andeald, "Comrade Turns
will sing, "Marohlng Through Georgia,"
and wo and the band will join In the
chorus." Mr. Turns sang the song, and
nVrraTl UuTfX wWSH? iJVJl...8"'
At its c;ose General Burnuul said: "We
bad Intended to biie a larger hall
and make a more formal affair of
this reception, but Gen, Sherman laid
no. He wanted to come dgsvn here
where ho could be with the hoys." "Hur
rah for the General !" shouted some one,
and three such cheers were given as that
hall never heard before. The veterabs then
thronged around General Sherman and
shook him by the band. Another post,
with drums beating aud flags unfurled,
now marched Into the ball out ot which
those who bad already paid their respects
to tbe General passed, 6o all tbe evening
veterans of tbe Grand Army camo ant went
until nearly 1, 000 men nad paid their re
spects to (ten. Sherman.
A Death NlruffKlu.
Sew Yohk, "ov. 1Q. Directly behind
the Brlghto i B''aeh track there Is a place
known as Little Africa. " It Is a resort of
jockeys, waiters and hostlers. Some time
ago a white woman was detained tboTe and
kept by a number of negroes. For that of
fense two men were captured aud sent to
State prison. A number of tow tavefns are
kept by negroes at "Little Africa." One of
them Is known as the Virginia hotel. It Is
situated between tbe boulevard and West
Brighton. Early yesti rd.tv morning a mot
ley crew hail gathered iu the place. Among
them were Suruli Andrews and Elizabeth
Jackson. Sn ai Amir nsjwas sitting iih
John Montgomery driuklrtg In tbe bar
room. Near them stood one Auderson,
who was listening to their conversation.
Montgomery made a vilo remark to tho wo
man, when she took a glass and struck him
In the face. Anderson sprang forward,
and as Montgomery was about to stFlke the
prostrate woman agaiu, he Interfered and
threw the latter to tbe ground. Both men
were very much intoxicated, and their
friends easily separated them. Montgom
ery went away vowing to have vengeance.
In a few seconds Montgomery returned,
carrying a revolver In his band. Anderson
stood up and placed his hands behind hlin,
while the others ran out of the room.
As the last of the occupants
left Anderson locked tho door and
tho two men were left alone inside. The
crowd on the stoop listened and heard the
meu rushing about. Then there was a pis
tol shot and the sound of plaster falling on
the floor. This was succeeded by the
noise of the men runuing about, and pl
tol shots were heard again. There was
the crash of broken glass us the mirror fell
inside. For a time there was silence and
two more shots wcro exchanged. One of
tbe bullets crushed through tho window
and cutii-ed the crowd to scatter, but they
Kithored ag:An utmost immediately. In
the next few minutes they eiiip lotl their
pistols and there was silence. They had
been alone In tho room firing at each other
for ten minute when tho door was
opened from the inside und Anderson
stood in tho threshold with his sinikin;' re
volver empty. The crowd dicw back and
Anderson calmly walkod away. When the
nogroes went Into tho room Montgomery
was found lying behind tho bar with a
bullet In his left breast, no bad been shot
during tho last fusilado. Ho was Amoved
to another room. His injuries are con
sidered fatal. When Anderson walked
away he wont to Gruceiond, where de
livered himself up to a Justice II" said
tbat Montgomery bad drawn his pistol first
and he d.e(endod his aotlon on tho ground
A mil lor Congrea.
Vvw York, Nov. 10. The Interstate
Commission on Federal Aid to Education In
tb.e South, kpppluied at loujivlllo In Sep
tember, nattruaf porfeetofl ai Hill to present
Th Daubarjr (traueUI.
Daxbcky, Conn., STor. 10. The death
of Mis Fannie C. Lum, daughter of tbe
Rev. Samuel Y. Lum, tt tbe town talk,
and opinion varies ai to Dr. Lacy's part in
It. Mill Lum was an accomplished, pre
possessing and slightly built young
lady, thirty years of age,
wldly known and esteemed In ber fath
er's pariah and by tbe member, of
bis church. Who her betrayer Is will per
haps never be known to anyone but her
father and mother, as they will uot di
vulge tbo name of the guilty party. Mrs.
Lum claims that Fannie was ruined In the
parsonage during tbe absence of her hus
band and h"re I fn m home one day in May .
"But," continued Mrs. Lum, "she
would not tell me tbe man wiio thus
caused hr ruin, for fear of ber father's
wrath. I had known of Fannle'scondltion
for about two weeks, .She told me to re
Lever her mind. It had tormeutod her for
five months, and tbe was in mortal fear
lest her father should learn of It. She
could not live if be knew It."
Temperance Movement at I.llllc ltM-k.
Little Hock, Ark., Nov. 10. Tne
war inaugurated here by tbe prohibition
is,! has assumed largo proportions. The
thrce-mllo law Is the law tinder which the
temperance people aro working. It pro
vides tbat a majority of malo and female
adults, by petition, may prevent the sale
of liquor within three miles of any church
or school-house. Tbo prohibitionists al
ready have several thousand names. The
liquor men organized Thursday night and
Lave adopted a perfect system of boy vot
ing toward all who favor the
prohibition. Tbe contest promises
to be very short, hut bitter and energetic.
Last night the majority of the
liq mr dealers withdrew patronago from
the electric light company. The temper
ance people are holding a mass-meeting.
Ml. Joarpb'x lotion .Mill.
St. Joseph, Mo., Nov. 10. -J. E. Mor
ris of Chicago, has been in the city several
weeks looking over tbe field with a view of
establishing a cotton manufactory
bere. He says tbat with tbe
aid of tbe direct rail communication
now established between St. Joseph and
the South the location Is unquestionably a
good one, and he is organizing a stock com
pany of f 150,000 capital,
which Is nearly all subscribed ,
The Intention is to begin with ono lino of
gomis, domestics, for which the demand in
this marKet Is sufficient to keep the mills
constantly In operation. Mr. Morris Is as
sociated Vitri Mr. J. It. Burdlck, of the
extensive mills at Brooklyn, New York
City aud Cleveland. Tho mill here will be
tn operation inside of six months, nnd will
employ 100 bauds.
fchot by AisliiN.
Ai.GOSA, Iowa, Nov. 10. As White J.
Miles, of Wright County, was closing tbe
store of Owen & Myer last uight, be was
fired upon by two in;iskd men with tbe
evident Intention of u.ibiug htm. Five
bullets pierced his body, one entering his
lungs and another lodging in his thish.
Two more broke bl arms. At last ac
counts Miles was still alive. Excitement
Hons by a .nob In Hentnrky.
Somerset. Ky., Nov. 10. .James
Truxiiil, charged with a brutal outrage on
Mrs. Coombs, a married woman, near
Clio, was arrested several days a Jo and
pr vatcly taken to be Identified by bis vic
tim. This was dono yesterday. This
morninsTruxtili's body was found banging
from the Cincinnati Southern railroad bridge
oei' Cumberland river. Ho had been
taken from tbo ollloers and thus disposed
of by a mob.
I, mher Matinee Rt Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, Nov. 10. There was a
grand Luther mttlnee tn the academy of
Music this afternoon. The large auditor
ium was thronged. Tbore was Instrumen
tal music by the Oermanta oroheslra and
vocal tnuic by a ohorus, whleh Included
near y I.OjO school children. After tho
dev itiutial service there were addresses In
f?wcdh, German and English.
4 hi pettier IleleNel,
Lincoln. UL, Nov. 10. Tho prelimi
naiv examination of Orrtn A. Curpeuterfor
the nturderof Zura Burns was concluded
this morning, and immediately upon tbe
conclusion of the closing speech for the
prosecution, Carpenter was released to se
cure bonds for bis reappearance when
wanted. A crowd followed Carpenter to
to his home, but acted in a quiet and order
Seventh Dny Adventlslsi.
Battle Cheek, Mich., Nov. 10. The
second day ol the general conferetico of the
Seventh Day Adveutists opeticd this niorn
Iiil'. All of tbe States, as well as Eturlaml
and Sweden, were represented. Tbe fore
noon was consumed in listening to reports,
which show greht growth of tbe denomina
tion. Six bundrod delegates and visitors
Export mention with Ihe Kidney.
Chicago. Nov. 10. Harry Granger, rep
resenting an extensive kidney cure medicine
establishment in Rochester, N. Y., arrived
thiu mnrnllK, to nr.lseentn Wm. A. ivon.
who has manufactured tin imitation com-
nnmwl Bold it nn :i lurrn Heale throilL'hout
the West and forged labels and stamps to
1 ., I . .. .1 . !
UIU 111 II1K MIM'eill IOII. fc,
I's itr of a 4 oulllrl.
PETEissncmi, V:t. , Nov. 10. Informa
tion was received here to-day, to the effect
lhat no conflict had yet occurred bet.veeu
the whites and blacks at. Southampton, but
white families throng bout the county aro
still greatly alarmed. The whites tiro arm
I.tither leatlvillos) Abntilonol.
KkaiiIno, Pa-, Nov. 10. The Jubilee
commemorating tbe birth of Martin Luther,
and for which extensive preparations had
been made, have been abandoned on ac
count of the rain this morning. Forty
thousand children were to participate,
Lnvt Dny of Ihe Exposition.
Lot isvii.LE, Nov. 10. -Business Is prac
tically suspendodand this is taken as a pub
lic holiday, on account of the closing of tho
Southern Exposition. There Is no market
report nt the Board of Trade, and thera
was no Call Board held.
Chicago, Nov. 10. -Alexander Auld aud
Hugh Lesllo were cm to pleoes by a Louis
ville und Now Albi'iy locomotlvo while
crossing tho truck Let ultfbt. Both were
married and leave e v n children altogether.
A WOMAN WITH A COXSCIE HCE
Devotes tht Savings of Lifetime to Re
pay Money Stolen by Her Son, Although.
She Kn$sv i; Would not Save Him From
Philadelphia, Nov, 10 William Baker,
alias Moore, and William Richards Were
convicted In the oourt of Quarter Sessions
to-day of having forcibly entered thl bouse
of John Shaffer and stolen $278. Moore ts
2j years of age and married. Before sen
tence was passed, his mother, a poor Get
man woman, came weeping to tbe bar and
said she desired to make restitution (or
her sou's share In the theft. She had oome
all tbe way from Baltimore, she said, and
brouclit ber savings with ber for
tbat purpose. She produced a leathern
hand-bag and took therefrom a balf a doz
en five-dollar gold pieces, and a rod of
notes, all of small denominations, and
counted tbem out Into the bauds of the
court clerk. When tbe desired sum was
made up there was left only euough to take
ber back home. Tbe money was placed
upon Judge Ludlow's desk.
"TAKE IT BACK,"
said the Judge, "and tell this poor woman
tbat tbe payment of tbls money will not save
ber son from prison. All tbe affect that
restitution would have would simply ba to
mitigate the severity of the sentence. Tell
this lady tbis as kindly as you can, but tell
ber, for she must know Just what she Is do
ing." When tbe Court's words were conveyed
to the waiting mother she wept hard, but
"Oh, I understand. I didn't hope to
save my boy from prison. I pay tbis
money because I want to do what Is right.
Justice is Jtiatice,"
"With thai undestandlng, " said tbe
Court, "leitbe money be received. Tbe
woman bad better no: keep It," tbe ! Judge
addtil looking round the court-room,
crowded with unkempt and low-browed
humanity, "or she will be robbed. There
are many bad characters here to-day.
Some of tbem would cut oue'sthroat for to.
They might as well understand that I know
them, I caution the tip-staffs to keep an
eye, not ouly on the prisoners In dock, but
also on certain persons among tbe audi
tors." A low murmur ran through tbe room as
tbe admouia led officers took their places.
Iu tbe meantime the saving ot Moore's con
sclent lous mother had been locked up in
tbe Clerk's desk and receipted for. Tbe
neutcucliig of Moore uud bis accomplice
was deferred until the last day of the term.
Mrs. Moore bade her convict on tearful
good-bye, but assured him that sho would
come to see him again on the court's Judg
.essapnper Hen Don't Mlenl.
Sr. Louis, Nov. 10. Li the Criminal
court this morning tho citation against Flor
ence D. White, the Post-Di.patch reporter
who skippod away with tbe records of the
last Grand Jury but one, charging him witb
contempt of court, was called up. Mr.
Joy represented Mr. White. Circuit Attor
ney Harvey read tbe order requiring tbe
defendant to sbow cause wby he should
not be punished for abstracting court rec
ords. Under ordinary circumstances,
bis testimony would be taken to show that
the . respondent was. . Kullty. Jut.Lh.u
was no contempt, even supposing thai It
w is shown that be had taken the short
hand note books. At tbe ilrao that the or
der was Issued it was supposed that the
books were missing, but be found that all
had been returned, and on reading the law
of 1SS1 creating the office of official reporter
he had come to tbe conclusion tbat there
was no law under which to punish tbe re
spondent. The order speolfled the books
as records of the oourt, but Under tho Uw
tbey were not suob, and If tbo
Grand Jury notes were records
any citizen was entitled to
get a transcript of them on tho
payinont of the regular fees. There was
coi's. 'i" -I'' v no authority to punish the
offenu..r and therefore moved that the rule
be disch i'ged.
Judge Van Wagoner said there was no
doubt in his mind about the correctness oi
tho Clrcoit, Attorney's view on the law, but
said tbat a motion to withdraw should bo
made Instead of a motion to disobarge, aud
this was done.
Delntilllng; Railroad OHlclaU.
Huston, Nov. 10. The committee ap
pointed to investigate the ofliolal connection
of John B. Taigo and Joel M. Haven with
the Rutland rallrood during tbe sixteen
years tney were respectively Us president
and treasurer, report In substanco an Im
mediate, deficiency of $45,000 cash; that the
stock was over-issued 19,000, and tbat
during tho sixteen years there were dis
bursements amounting to upward $2M, 000,
for which no proper vouchers can be found.
Efforts will be mado to secure the indict
ment of tbo Inculpated officers.
An Extravagant Husband.
CuiCAiio, Nov. 10. -Virdiuia, wife of
A. F. Mllllgan, paint manufacturer and
very wealthy, asks for a conservator of his
property, which he is rapidly dissipating.
The patties are very prominent and the ap
plication causes much sensation.
The Danville Blot.
LUNViLi.E, Va., Nov. 10. A large meet
ing of citizens tbis morning adopted the
"In view of the gross mlstatements con
cerning tho riot on the 3d instant being cir
culated through a portion of the press, be
."Resolved, 1. Tbat a committee of
forty, to Inquire into all tbo fucts and pre
pare for publication a truo and full tute
ineiu of the causes and statements leading
to it, and also a statement of tbo conduct of
tho white people from the occurrence ofthe
riot to the closing of tho polls on the 8th
The resolutions also thank tbo people ot
Virginia, North Carolina and Maryland,
who, In publio meeting have expressed
sympathy fur the white peoplo of Danville.
A SIGNIFICANT AK TEH-DINNER SPKKCU.
London, Nov. 10, The principal feature
of the Lord Mayor's banquot last night was
'be tremendous ovation whtoh was acoorded
,o tho Marquis Tseng on bis appearance In
the Guild Hal I. The prolonged aud en
thuslastic cbeorlng which greeted the
Chinese Ambassador whoa be was Intro
duced to tho guests made visible Impres
sion upon Mr. Gladstone, and evidently In
spired many of the remarks made by the
Prime Minister In his reply to the loast of
"Her Majesty's Ministers. " Neither Sari
Granville, Minister of Foreign Affaire, Mi
Guilders, Secretury of War, flor Sir William
Vsruon Harcoiirt. Home Secretary,
wero present. Their absenoo was par
ticularly .noticed during Mr. OUdatone's
speech. Another abseucea that wl FmW
dtnt Kruger ol the Transvaal Repibllt) 1
f two colleagues, also eui4 qfimniilk
Tbe (ord Mayor bad bean fornally redjtjtl
d W invite these three gentlemen, JfJS
luoni or ma government pending trje 0
Boston, or their ofliolal bmifjftn but -Lord
Mayor openly refused M 1bvu il
aiu puQiiaDeu as his reasoq tbat
represented a government of murdfj
Mr. Gladstone, In his ipqb, and gh
racing t aeJiarqun rseng, ouysasen,op
bf announcing that England would bsfaQna
seoonding every effort Of tbe dlstlngulitiid
Ambassador to secure a peaceful stlUqrjp'ant
Of tbe present difficulty. Tbls iaiimni
was received witb applause, In which tvea
M. I)e Luaseps joined. Tbe audlenee gen
erally acceptcll tbis utterano6 of tbe Prime
Minister as an otliuial announcement gl
determined Government policy anil i p
official warning to abstain from warlike eo
terprlses In which tbo interests Of England
uiigtit be Jeopardised.
Londos, Nov. 10. It is reported thai
another explosion bas oqourrerj In Woil
field Collier while tho parties were search
ing for the victims of tbe previous ex
plosion. LIVERPOOL COTTON JUWsS'
Liverpool, Nov. 10. Settllnj day pn
the cotton market passed off Wlih6ut jV Hi
cident. It Is believed that the flrrpl af
fected by tbe recent failure ol 5tti
Kang-r will pull through and that! the orieii
financial agent failed.
Londo.v, Nov. 10. Edward 6; MadJlon,
financial agent, has failed. Kills liabilities
are placed at .'00,000.
Berlin, Nov. 10. Tbe festival in celei
bration of the four hundredth anniversary 0!
the birth of Martin Luther was opened tfili
morning by a gathering of 60,000 school
children, who, in fifty-three divisions, arjd
accompanied by bands ot music, marobed
to the various churches and attended the
religious services in honor of the greaf re
former, whose bust was placed before tbe
altar in each edifice. The Emperor apej
Crown Prince and otflnials of tbe ItnDelal
University, all the city officials and clergy
proceeded from the town Hall to dt. Nich
olas' Church in the great processldn. The
streets were packed with people.
At Hamburg tbe festival was oelebrated
by the unveiling of a colossal bust of toe re
former and a popu ar tote In Moorwelde.
In Bremen tbe market square was trans
formed into a graud festsaal for the dotaon
strations. AT LEIP9IO
a great monument bearing tbe statues ol
Luther and Melancthon were unveiled In
front of St. John's church at. Erfurt,
where Lntber first entered tho AugUstlnf
where Luther was conflned for ten month'
in the Castle of Wartburg, and at Jforit
hause tbe corr-er stones of his monument
whr Luther was brought before the Diet,
a new ball was opened In bis honor, and
the attendant ceri'm ti les we e conducted
with (Teat splei.dor and were attended by
imniens crowds of people.
Luther's birthday will be held in Eastei
Hall to-night. Lord Smftebury will
preside. T tie re will also be here an ex
position of Liibor relic-i. suuday, li
London, special sei vices in bouor of Luthel
will be held In three hundred churches.
CATTLE ReceiDts 2.'00Oi ' Hi
avi.nt-r. ill 107 110, innil rrs ehirlii
shipping quoted at to W (S3 00 1 common
to tuir $vao to.
llOGS-Reoeluta 20,000 quiet and
slow and lower; light at H I0ftl M;
rough packing H OOrtSl 30; heaVypai!klng
and shipping U 4'Jrai 00. Cl-aSi
CATTLE Exporters W 10M Wi Mod
to heavy do $ tsjraa 00; light lb fall T5v
4 80;oommuiito medium U 4wS Wi fur
;o good Colorado $4 00r3J 40; south westnffl p
24 So; grass Toxuna $i QOfal U) jlgiit f
rood stookers f ft(V8 73; fair to goo( fwl'
rsW 75123; common to chcJou UAbY?
lows and heifers U ToftS 30; soallavrig bf
any kind $1 72
SlIEEP-Oonunon, modlum AllHWBOra
8 ai: fair to good W BtVaa 7?; prime a 80
rdS 90; fair to good Texans J 733 00.
HOGS Beoelpts 1,S&3 head) shipments
723 bead. Market dull and slott, YrTrk
ers sellm? at ft 80t 4.1, rough mixed
at$4 60rtf4o0, and butchers Me-adv at 4 6il
Oli 80; paokers paving fl 40(34 TO.
WHEAT November PSM i Dsoamc
Mk. qp- .lumlin-ff 07 W I SIaVVI 04M
CJOItS-Novoiubar 4!; Dederahof 48 ,
January 48 H' ; Mav 50;; yeariOH.
OATS November 28 , December tH
year 28 J.' j May 32; January 28.
WHEAT Firmer; at l 00X b.
Move m ber; $1 02 H December, yaal
MOO t; fl 04Vft)l Wi January.
CORN Firm; 44 November; 48H
b. December: year 43flM2K; January
Hro42; May 45 S.
OATS Firm; iHH November; De
oemher 2o b; year 26'i bid; January i1H
WHEAT November fl Hi Deaem
ber $1I1V; January fl 13 X; February
fl 10; Mitvfl 20 V.
CORN November ft0: Deoember OOX;
January U0' ; February ol),'.
OATS November 3IW; DeceraberSOJ
January 87H ; February 38K ; May 80k.
Country Protluoe !
BUTTER Creatuorv at 81ffl83 to 29 fqr
selections, a shade more in a small way;
seconds at dairy rates. Dairy at i$(mi
tor clioice to fanoy to 26 for seleotlon:
fair 12ran6; low grade 10, Oood to
Oholce near-by in palls 10Q12 oommon 43
POULTRY- We quoter Sprtag tiokm
-small 1 ilVit 60; fair to otidloj, 602;
choice 2; Old oblckeDs-Oooks f 75f3;
mixed, 'S 1MM Mi bens. k 86,
mixed young and old fl 76V82 5J
turwys, 4f Vdoxeu: acooidloj toslia.
and Uresaed at 10l2s) per lb, ( dlftltS tl &
EiGS-ReeeipUll pks, Is better de
uaud aud firm atlOHrJaOofor geod marks.
Wheat arrived eaahr, fair demand; ooro
j, nn-lvit unuhanmL wheat to arrive
faster and corn weak. Mark Lane
Wheat steady and corn strong. Couairj
narkets quiet. California wheat to smvl
idvanced Od. Spot wheat dull; Nb. I
iKirin,, M. in,i Nn. 8 snrlnir none In market I
Westuin wluter 8s Jd; Mixed Westan
oorn easier at 9j W4, P?1
from Continent and UfltUd Ktngdofa 1
much doing in whl iu ocw :