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and cbl dren.
uPk'ICE On 14th afreet, oppcaite the Poit
office. Cairo, 111.
JQR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave-, Cairo, III.
VAPOR, ELBCTRO-VAPOR aid MEDICAT11D
A lady la attendance.
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OFFICE Eighth Street, near Comuerrlal Aver.ne
JR. E W. WHITLOCK,
Ornoi-No. 136 Commercial Avenno, batwnaa
Kgkt and Mnth Streeta
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'B PATENT
Wholesnlo Dealer in Ico.
ICF RY TITF CAR LOAD OR TON, WEI J
PACKED FOR SIIIPHNO
Car Loads u fcpyoialtv.
Cor.Twelfth Street and Leyee,
A Boaexhold Article for CnlTtreal
ftwuilly L ao.
For Starlet and
Tnluld Fere r ,
Pox, Meanlei, and
11 Contagtouii Dlnraftr.. Penont liung on
the Sick thfjuld lue it freely Suirttt F'.vcr lut
never been known to jpread where the I luid wa
uwd. Yellow Fever hit been cured with it aftr
black vomit had taken place. The wont
cue of Diphtheria yiciu to it.
Fevered jnd Sick IVr.
aona refreshed and
Ib-d Sore, prevent
ed by batmng with
Impure Air made
harraleas and purified.
For bore Throat it it a
For Fronted Kett,
BMft White Complex,
ion secured by it. u.
Rhlp Fever prevented.
To purify the It real li,
Cleaooe the Teeth,
it can't be imputed.
Catarrh relieved and
liuru. relieved .ntuntly.
Iyente. j cured.
ounda healed rapidly.
An A titldote for Animal
or V-geuble Poitjiit,
I ued the Fluid during
our present affliction with
fecrlct Fever with de.
cided advantage. It is
Indispensable to the sick
room. Wm, F. Sand.
od, Eyrie. Ala.
PITTING of Small
A member of my fam
ily was taken with)
Small-po. I used the
Fluid : the patient waa
not delirious, was not
pitted, and was about
the h jue again In three
weeks, and no other!
had it. -J. W. F-akic.
i The physicians here
use Liirbvs Fluid very
successfully In the treat
I cient of Ldphtiieria.
i Tetter dried up.
t tiftlera prevented
l"lcer purified and
should be used about
the corpse it will
prevei.t any uupiei.
The eminent Thy.
alclan, J. MARION
KIMS, M. V.. New
York, says: "I am
convinced Pmf Llarbvi
Prophylactic fluid is a
1 va.ubie cUsinfccunt."
Vaoderbllt I'nlver.ity, Naahvllle, Tenn.
1 testify to the nioM excellent qualities of Prof.
Darbys Frophyiactic Fluid. Asa d.slnfecuni and
deteijjent it is both theoretically and practically
auper.or to any preparation with which I am ac
quainted N. T. Llkion, Pruf. Chem.stry.
larby Fluid la Kerommended by
Hun. Alexander H. Siehiiw, cf (ieorg-a-
kev. Chas. F. DtEMs, D.L., Ch-rch of the
htraigers, N. V.;
lo. LaCoNTE.Culunilia. Prof .University. S.C.
Kev. A. J Battle, Fr-f., Mercer L'n.versity;
Kev. Or,. F. Pikkce, lijhop M. E. Church.
I' DISPENSABLE TO EVERT HOME.
PerfccLly harmless. L'ei internally or
externally f.jr Man or beast.
ibe rluid has beeo thorcughly tetted. and wa
have abundant evidenc e that it bat done everything
here claimed F'r fuller irfcrrnation get of your
Drui.st a pamphlet or send to the proprietors,
J. II. ZF.ILJX CO.,
Macufactunng Chemists. PHILADELPHIA.
Mann facta rcr and Dealer in
6th Str-e., between Com'l Ave ud L"vce.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
AT.C KINDS OF AMC.MTION.
fe R-!rl. .'! Kir.d o! K. vs Vad.
Tit :.Sh. !
fl.OVR, GSU'N AST) IU
Egyptian Flouring Hi ! s
Hilhest CRsh Priop Paid tor Whp.tt.
m?riuTet- Cairo, IUinois.
DRV GOODS and X0TI0XS,
a full lln of all tho latcet, newost colore
and quality, and hert manufacture.
Bodv Brnsiela, Tipeetrle, I.ciain, Oil
Cloth, 4 &c.
tig and Gents' Furnishi
Thl D parlmen'. occupies a full flo r and
1 complete in all reipcctri. Goods are
guaranteed ol latest otyle and hen ma
terial. Bottom Prices and First-class Goods 1
"CITY GUN STORE"
Oldest in the city; establisheil iu 1862.
Com'l Ave., between 9th and 10th bt,
MANUFACTURER 4 DRALER IS ALL KIND8
Ammuul'.ionof all deacr'p'lon always on hand at
General repairing In all kind of metal. Key
tt all description mado to ordpr, and satisfaction
warranted. Give me a call, and be convinced for
yooreir, at the go of tho "BIG OL'.N ."
JOHN A. KOEHLER,
l-6m Proprietor, Cairo, 111.
I Scarlet Feverlj
IN THE PEN,
Tho Most Notorious J Sneek-Thlef
and ; 6windler on" Reoord
k .a r... '
Locked Up. !'
Hie Career of Crime Wash Kelly' Oaca
New Maeonio Temple A Church
8candal A Minister's Daurhter the
Viotim of a!Doctor'$ Malpractice-New
Bohftdule Time Naturalizing China
m3n Deaths from Yellow FeTer
""Carpenter Proves an Alibi.
Skw York, Nov. 9. Probably the moil
uccfs.h. I ittxl versatile wlnd:er and SDeaV
thief tbat over dlsgrucetl a couit room, waa
yesterday aeutenced by Judge Cowing la
Part Two ot the General te.Mona to tour
)ear imprUoDnienF, od general charge of
Llirawy. This wuh Royal LaTouche, a tall,
handsome man, about 40 yean of age,
with a long, bluck muta:he, streaked with
gray. Jennie La Toucbe, a petite, middle
aged lady, vtjj the complainant agamit
Lira- Iter atory as deoldedly rotnunilo.
In 1S73 her flr't btieband, Janie llili, died
in Chicago. While she wa proceeding with
the body to Fiatviile, in the northern part
of the St.ite, to mike the intermeut in the
family vault, ihe made the acquaintance of
La Toucbe. That younj; man interest
eJ hlmtelf greatly in ber bu.lnt-tis, prom
ised to see that ber dead busbuud'i reuiaiDt
were taken care of, and ingraiiatf-d him
self into the good grace ot the charming
widow . While the genial La Touche
cxpresfiing to her hi deepest sympathy fur
ber recent loss, the then Mrs. Hill lost uo
Utile !u confiding to bin her newly acquir
ed acquaintance, all ber plans tor tbe fu
ture, where sue was golti;', and everything
about berelf. She did not, however, in
vite him to call. With such a mau at La
louche tb.s was ot Utile importance, and
about two months later be culled on the
widow at ber home in lili sboro, ub o.
Then was betun a rapid courtship and lu a
month or two Mrs. lt.il had promised to
l.ecoiae M'. La Touche. Before the mar
ruge uay the expecunt bride became aware
ot btjr tiflinnl's character by hi
being arrested on a charge of
forgery and locked up. During imprb
onmeut he tried to cr ate sympathy by
starving blui.eif, and Uaally induced ht.
Intended to marry him. After bis release
from prison La Touche lived with bis wife
a comparatively brief season and then
mysterloukly left for fields and failures
new. When next heard from the gay ad
venturer bad married a Miss Ida Pings of
Holieriville, Pa., in this city. The cere
m u was performed oy Rev. Thomas
Becker, In tbe Seminary Chapel, Augu:
llxx'). A charge of abandonment whs
preferred against him oy liU wife and he
-.v.i ordered to pay her $3 per week. - A
eou ity for thlt he deinld lioo wtt b
-uperlntendent Blake, of the department
f Charities and Corrections, but as he w a
not forthcoming witn further paymenis
when this sum was exhausted, be was re
arrested on a charge of bigamy. At first
La Touche was greatly Indignant and Inde
pendent. He referred to the
purity ot bt. past life as evidence of
h! innocence and a a reason why
i.e should be leniently dealt wlib, aad this
lead to looking up tb,e man's sntecedant.
It was found that be bad been connected
with the notorious female swindle r, Mr.
Marlon E. M Dowell. ndioiments were
found to be pending ssalnst him in Phila
delphia; one for conspiracy, and the otber
for swindling. Tbe authorities there were
lanxious to see bin;, and lu case be was re
j used. It was learned that tbe proprietors
of tbe Herald, represented bv the business
manager, Mr. Henry, uould bring
charges of swindling against him.
U was stated by tbe latter gentle
man tbat La Touche bad been making a
tout of tbe cou try and representing him
self a an agent and collector for the New
York papers, and tbat be bad obtained
thousands ot dollars for advertising which
he guaranteed to have published. When
confronted with all this evidence against
him, La Touche came to the conclusion tbat
it would not be of nnieb beu ti to htm were
he to net free, and he therefore entered a
plea of guilty. At first he tried to play tbe
sick uotlge on h's captors, but he soon saw
tbat it would avail him nothing and he
Arreaietl for Mtslpractloe.
DaNBCKT. Conn., Nov. 9. This place,
as well as all the northern end ot this coun
ty, la in a state ot excitement over tbe sad
death . Fanny Linn. She was the daugu
terof the R v. J. L. Linn, pastor ot tbe
F st Congregational church of New Fair
field, lived with ber parents and was about
23 years of age. Sbe wa prepossessing
and accomplished. A few week9 aro sbe
consulted Dr. W. F. Lacy, of Danhury,
Informed bim ot ber trouble and sought re-
ner, wincu, ne aiiviscd ber, would be un
prof ssional and criminal. About two
weeks later she consulted Dr. W. F. Lacy,
Jr., who prescribed ergot, which she used,
hut to no purpose. Ou Tuesday she again
nui;bt tho doctor at Daiibury In
company with a lady friend," ami
was directed to Gilbert Cooper's Hotel,
at Mill Plain, whence she was driven a
part of tbe way by ber lady friend, and
the rest by tho doctor. Soon after reaching
the hotel she took a room, to which Dr.
Ltcy repaired, and within fifteen minutes
sbewisa corpse on hit bauds. Coroner
H it v m sent for by Dr. Adams, of D.m
bui , bis deputy. The coroner took with
bim Dr. Gfo. L. Porter, of Bridgeport,
who made tbe autopsy in the Rose Clark
Ambler case, and fouud that malpractice
hud been resorted to.
Dr. Lacy has been arrested and held to
au.wer to the February urm of the Crim
inal court, under bonds of $3,000, which
wore piomptly furnished by Henry Beinde,
of Daoburg. Miss Linn decllued to give
the name of her betrayer, though it was
earnestly sought after. Btate Attorney
Fessenden, of Stamford, 1 prosecuting the
case vigorously, and says be shall do to In
each and every Instance ot a like charaeter.
Tbe case Is a repetition of the late Dr.
Trowbridge notoriety of two years ago t
PHmford, which terminated In his myster
Railroads and tbe Now ftctaedale Time.
Chicago, Ncv. 9. -All tbe railroad)
runulng out of this olty will adopt tbe new
schedule standard time oornraenolng with
next .Sunday, with tbe possible exception
of the Burlington route, which bas oot yet
decided. The time for tbls, on tbe Central
Division, U nine mlnuue later than Chicago
ttuv - -- -
axtutHsrlnir Teatlmany Aaralnat ttalsbt
; Jkffeksos Citt, 'ov. 9. Tho mm
1' a ion of wltnesset In tbo Wal-l. K'r
"slander suit began again this mornin,' at
lb puiiiionliary. Frank Mason was tbe
tirst witness examined. lie stated:
1 am So years ot age; am couiined in the
State Prison for tbe part I took in ibe
Brook field Bank Bobbery; was captured In
the southwest part of Adair county.
(Plaintiff here objected to tbe furtbrr
testimony of witness because of bis betn
convict.) Immediately after cur arret
we, that Is, my wife, Fred. Mis u, B m
Ward, Mr. Kelly and tuyealf (Kelly aoiing
a guard over us) were lu tbe .outh room
up stair, at my house. Mr. Kelly iuteiro
gated me as follows: "Why do you not
transfer tbe stolen money to some friend,
as it will be all tal:en from you!" I re
piled I knew of no one w bora I Dould tru-t
with It. lie then volunteered to take ti e
money, secrete it and afterwards return a
portion of It to my wife. 1 asked him how
she would know who had it. He
replied: "Do you not remem
ber ktopping at my house on June S,
and watering your bor.e ten miles north of
St. Catherines. I at onoe recollected tho
circumstance and he appointed a date to
meet my wife at St. Catnerlnea 1 can't say
positively tbe exact date and then give her
a portion ot the mun-y. As soon as
understanding was entered Into we handed
TO TUB BEST OF My KNOWLEDGK,
between J 1,200 and 11,000 of tbe stolen
money. Tbls be took and placed In his
bootleg. While he was doing this Stieriff
Shafer came up the etalia, aud be
fore he bad it entirely secreted,
Mr. Kelly iiid: "Sheriff, if I
take another trip ot tbls kind 1
shall be compel ed to purchase a new pair
of pants. I knew that Kelly lived tu that
country, but bad had no intl uate acquain
tance w ith bim. Some of the money was
folded and placed In a beit, which 1 was
accustomed to wear. Thliltook off and
I banded to bim. Some ot It was In a pauk
j as'cs as taken from the bank. Upon the
I bands of paper around these packages wa
pruned "five hundred," and some of the
money was loose. 1 am sure tbat my wife
and I each banded bim some money, and
am quite confident Ford and
Burt also gave him mouey.
One of the latter either banded it di
rect to bim or pased it to me, and I banded
it to Kelly. I noticed that Kelly's thumb
and foreflnirer were gone from the left band ;
perhaps his ribt hand. I taw Mr. Kelly
repeatedly tbat day after handing bim
the money. An attempt wss made to si.
cure my deposiilon at Kelly's trial. I re
fused to testify. Mr. Lltbgo, the attorney
for Kelly, persuaded me not to testify, by
staling to me tuat by so doing I would oc
casion the incarceration of my wife.
Mason's deposition substantially agrees
with tbe statement of Mrs. Mason, in so
far as it relates to the. delivery of the monev
Bert ward was then examined. My age
Is 2d; am a convict In the penitentiary. I
waa cenuected wltn the Tl-ookfleld Bank
robbery, and was aiic-s.uu aiong with the
other boys. We were in the room up-stalrs
guarded by Mr. Keliy. Be propoled tbat
tbe money be turned over to some friend,
and volunteered his services tor tbat pui-
L pose. W all gave him some moneys can't
.ay how mucb. -mia waa part ot tbe sto
len money. Kelly was to meet Mrs. Frank
Mason at st, Catharines, and turn
over a part of it. Ha put
the money in bis boot-leg. lie bas a
inger and thumb off of his right hand, I
think; at least one of bis hands. George
Wesgate was at the house, but not In the
room at tbe time the money was given to
Wash Kelly. Canuot state the names of al ,
tbe person la tbe room at tbe time of Kei
lyrs receiving tbe money,
JJere the examinations closed, and the at
torneys wlil leave on tbe afternoon train for
D CAIII OS t HAS. A. MEIO.
The Eventful Oareor of a Good Man.
New York, Nov. 9. United States,
Biuk E..uiiuer Cbas. Austin Meigs died
Saturday night on board tbe steamer Santi
ago of the Ward line, while on ble way,
home from Ha? sua. Meigs wa a son of
Judge Uenry Meigs, and was born in this
city August 10, 1818. At tbe age of fifteen!
he entered tbe American Exchango Bank a-j
a clerk, md soon became cashier. After
rennlutng there for tw enty-five yearn b
formed a co-partnership with Mr. A. W.(
Greenleafand engaged In the brogemge
business under tbe firm name of Meigs As
Gieenleaf. Several years later tbe firm was
dissolved, and the banking bouse of Cbas.:
A. Meigs & Son was established, Cba. A.'
MeLjs, now a successful banker at Jfo. 3
Bmad street, entering Into partnership,
with his father. Mr. Meigs was very suc
cessful in tbe banking business and am ass 1
ed a larn'e fortuue, of wblcb he gave freely;
to charity. During the war be
was associated with Mr. Car
sou Brevoort of Brooklyn in providing for'
the widows of soldiers killed in battle.'
J About fifteen years ago b e banking bousi'
; went under. Mr. Meigs lost a great part
j of bis fortune. Three years ago bo was
Appointed United State bank examiner by
I Comptroller Knox, tbe duties of which
: t.tliee he faithfully performed until lat
July, when be was attacked with Bright'
disease. A trip to Europe was advised
, aud takeu. He returned after three
i months' absence and resumed bis duties.
He was seized again with bis former all
1 ment, accompanied with congestion of the
brain. His physician advised a trip to
' Cuba. On the 27ih of October, accompa
nied by his daughter, Mr. Poole, he
.ailed tor Havana. Hi coudition became
so serious tuat on reacumg Havana all
hope of recovery was given up, aud he
becged to be taken bnok to bis home. He
was transferred to the Santtlago. The
vessel sailed on Friday last, and on Satur
day ulht the sufferer was a corpse.
Dlfd ol Yellow rover.
New OiUEixa, Nov. 9, A six-year-old
I allau girl died of yellow fever Tuesday lu
Charity Hospital, three hours after her
admittance. The child was one ot a fam
ily of immigrant who, with others came
here after landing; at Vera Criu, where
Ibey dla not obtain employment.
Bradley wa. (be Ik or t ber n Pacific.
New York, Nov. 9. The attorneys for J.
J. Bradley in hit suit against tbe Northern
Pacific railway have withdrawn their ap
plication for au Injunction to prevent tbe
issuing of the new second mortgage loan.
New Yokx, Nov. 9. Oeu. Sherman waa
tbe guest ot Gen. Hancock yesterday,
He also attended a meeting ef the Military
Springfield, Nov. 9. Gov. Hamilton
designate Thursday, tfayembet 89, aa
Xhankilylngaxi ii v-
C toss re h rall
' 5kw York, Nov. The scandal wMch
bas been privately agitated (or some time
In the South Baptist tliiucb on East Kinney1
street, Newark, wss made publio. jester J
day. Tbe gentleman v Implicated la'
Thodire H. UUier, , tad tbe "charge
a-ain.t him embrace embetilement, In
temperance and bigamy. Thej wera
pressed to a oonvlqtlon before a tribunal of
the church some tlx mouth ago, though
Dr. Miller obtained euspensioo of isntenco
by repeated and apparently sincere prom
ises ot reform. Miller was arrested about
eighteen montha ago on a charge of having
embezzled money belonging to H, O. V.
Scbeuuk. He was admitted to ball and
that was the list ever heard of It. He be
cam a member ot the South Baptist Church
and confessed to bare exparlenoed a change,
of heart. After a wbila be fell from grace,
and was brought before a committee and
fluaily tried, with the result already stated,,
for dishonesty and intemperance. Shortly'
after this rumors tbat Miller bad two wives
began to be circulated, but before the
church could take up these stories be dls
appeared. Hie wife said yester
dav that the charge of blgttrty
bad been set afloat by a deacon in the
church with whom her husband aad quep,
reled. She admitted, however, tbat Mil--ler
was a divorced man when she married,
bim. She bad tbe divorce papers In her
possesion at the time, but tbey bad been
mhlalil or lost, and to guard against tbe
stories recently put In circulation her hus
band had gone to Minnesota to get copies
ot tbe original. She expected his return
in the course of a few days. The Impres
s ou among churoh-raimbers Is that Miller
deceived his wife about the divorce, and
tin tin exposure and detection staring him
lu the fane, be bad either abandoned ber or
gone West with the intention of securing a
residence in some Western State, and upon
tnat to get a divorce by alleging; that bis
first wife bad abandoned bim.
What the Senator Thinks of tbe.Cauaea
and Reaulta of the BeOent Vote In Vir
ginia. PErEKSBCRO, Va., Nov. 9. Belug
asked if b had any objections to stating
what a his opinion will be tbe effect ot tbe
result of this election upon tbe State,
aside from the attitude or tbe fortunes of
tbeiwo political partii-stbat wereengagcd
hi tbe contests, Senator Mahone said:
"One of tho most important effects of
this election will be tbe impression It will
make upon tbe people of the North. Take
this Danville affair, which, though it Is by
courtesy called a riot, is In reality nothing
but murder the diabolical, cold-blooded
murder of six inoffensive negroes. Do you
think tbat this will, not cause an Impres
sion of the existence of a state of lawless
ness in tbls State that wlil make
people afraid to come here and
settle in our midst? The first thing capital
looks for ti'the security of its Investment.
The first thing tbe investor considers, par
ticularly if It be bis intention to live where
his property is, is whether the oommuntty
with whom be expects to cast his fortunes ir
orderl) aud law-abiding. Can It be imag
ined that people from vue North will come
amongst us as permanent residents If they
can not be assured at least
that their lives will be safe?
Aud it will not do to sav that
tbls thing was a spontaneous outburst of
passion. It 'was pieconcertel. Tbey
wanted a row, and tbey got it. Look atthe
facts: A colored man, lu order to make
room on the sidewalk for a white lady,
steps aside, and in doing so steps on a
white man's toes. Aa he was polite enough
in tbe first Instance, so ba Is now, and he
apologizes for bis Inadvertence. His
apologies are not accepted, A scuffl" en
sues. Soro one bas drawn a pistol. Par
ties engaged In tbe sRufSifall to thegrr'va I.
Ia tbe fall tbe pistol hks
off, :iti.i his ! tbe signal
for a icgUiar iusilade.. Of
course no one is killed hut negroes. That
Is alwas the case. With such a condi
tion of things existing, which can be tbe
effect of an election In which the rlemen
that lustlgated the slaughter bas been pen
ly victorious, except to defer from settle
ment those who might add to the prosperi
ty of the state, but in whom there has al
ways beeu a lurking suspicion that life in
the South Is not particularly te
en re, and who, by event like those 1 have
spoken of, have their fars
Intensified and their suspicions con
firmed. 1 tell you, sir, fraud, intimidation,
and the corrupt Uf money have brought
about this thing. 1 uis is not an assertion,
made for mere effect. We have tbe proof.
Right here in Petersburg a ma was arrest
ed Tuesday for attempting to bribe a 'iolor
ed man to vote the Democratic ticket."
Senator Mahone wnile thus speaking
walked up and down tbe floor In his charac
teristically quick, nervous way. One could
tee from bis earnestness of m inner tbat be
felt every word be spoke. Hi closing re
mark was tbe Iteration of a former reply
that tbe time for bim to express himself ful
ly as to tbe result of the election bad noli
Sew vjaaonlc Temple.
De Soto, Mo., Nov. 9. The new Ma
sonic temple In this city waa formally dedi
cated yesterday afternoon in tbe presence
ot SOU spectator. Large delegations
from all the local lodges and socletiei
were present, aud from St. Louis tbe num
ber of visitors was still greater. After
some preliminary remarks by Grand Mas
ter Lee A. Hall of St. Louia, tbe ceremo
nies of dedication were performed by tbe
officers of the Grand Lodge. Bev. John
D. V t iii-lt . strand Secretary, was present
and delivered an eloquent address. Among
prominent Masons from St. Louis were W,
U. Mayo. Grand Recorder; W. II. Fox,
Deputy Grand Master; Chas. F. Vogel,
District Deputy Grand Master; Jules C.
Lachance, Standard Bearer; John W. Ow
en". Grand Tyler.
Tue new building I four stories, a sub
stantial brli'.k, and contains tbe Ma.onlc
hall, 10 by 80 feet, with four
lare ante-rooms; a theatre 40
oy im iem witn a seating capacity ot suo; a
stag" 22 by 40 feet aud about twelve other
good sized rooms. The whole build lu is
lighted with gas and oost about $20,000.
JtKlKiiient Attains) an EltvaiMl Rail-
New Yore. Nov. 8.John H. Glover, a
lawyer, bas brought suit to restrain tbe op
eration of tbe Elevated Railroad corapauy
in front ot his premises at Greenwich
and Rector street. Judge Ingraham, of
tbe Superior Court, give Judgment for
plaintiff with costa, but direct that tbe in
junction do not issue for tx month to give
tbe railroad company reasonable time to ac
quire plalutlff 'a property.
EaplMtoss at aTaat Boot.
New Yoke, Nov. 9. An explosion on a
lug boat early to-day aaojt lh boat and
U'laOJotut tut, "- -
Bituix, Hov. 9.-Antolne, fleputf. tor
Alsace-Lorraine, arrested on a CtaTsra ot
high treason, hubeen released, tbe pij
Seized wben ha waa arrested not turnUhlnfi
proof of his guilt. Theluqulry, however,!
Berlin, Nov. 9,The Journal hre
warmly approve ot the visit ot tbe Crown'
Prince to Alfonso, . The Vos-i
slsche Zeltung says the friend!
ship of Germany and Spain recetvei trassj
guarantees, while Spain la determined to
Join Germany's peaceful policy, Thi
journey to the Crown Prince to Madrid,
will furnish an additional pledge that (Jf?
many will throw ber influence In favor of
making Fiance tbe ouly power tbat shall
cherish proclivities for revengef and also,
tbat Germany Is in favor of tbe mainten
ance of the world's peace. ;
Rome, Nov. 9. It is stated that the
Pope bas informed the Prussian Minister
tbat tbe question ot the removal of CardW
ral Ledochowki and Archbishop Melcbers
oould not be considered until tbe question
ot tbe liberty of tbe education of the olergy
lu Prussia Is ssttled. -, ,
A MINISTER RESIGNS.
Rome, Nov. 9. Tbe Minister of Ma
rine has resigned, and the resignation is ex
pected of the Minister of Justice and Ec
Lima, Nov. 9. After tbe revolt of Mon
tero's troops In Areqttipa Col. Riygado at
tacked the mutineers and the populace,
killing seventy, including tbe Mayor of tbe
city. Gen. Canevaro wa killed by his own
troops. Tbe whole Chilian expenditlonary
force in Aiequipa and tbe Bolivian army
are concentrating nearO ' vion, Montero Is
in Bolivia. Bolivia Is treating for peaoe
Madrid, Nov. 9. The pamphlet of the
Secretary of tbe R publican Military Asia,
elation asserts tbat Z rllla bad deter
mined tbat, if the Republican Insurrection
tn Au.ust bad been successful, be would
shoot Mooret, now Minister ot tbe Interior,
and several generals,
Pkstu. Nov. 9. A mob attacked the
Jews at Zaloevoe. The police were fired
on by tbe mob, wbo returned tbe fire kil
ling two and wounding several of, tbe
rioters. The mob then fled. Three
persons wero arrested, when they turned
London, Nov, 9. The Law Journal "I
tbat although English barristers,. Iq two
Instances were allowed to conduct cases tn
the United States court, these were purely
civil cases. Tbe Law J.urual adds with
best will toward Mr. Pryor, American
counsel for O'Dnnnell, tbat It is extremely
doubtful whether tbe Judges of tbe Central
Criminal court could legally allow him to
represent the prisoner lu tbe forthcoming
Liverpool, Nov. 9. The steamer Bul
garian, from Boston, lost sixty-two head ot
cattle on ber trip.
CHICAGO, Nov. 9.-D. M. Selford, of
Wiuni pe,', Manitoba, treasurer of the Can
adian Pacific, and brothe -In-law of Its
president, Geo. Stephens, bad bis legs out
off, yesterday, by a shunting engine.
Live Sloe la.
CATTLE Receipts 6,500; strongeri
exports jd 30.-57 UO; goou to choice
shipping quoted at i5 40 tl 00; common
to (air i4 d5 40.
HUGS--Receipts 81,000 quiet and
alow: 6r10o lower; light at H 15(24 65;
roub packing H 00m 35; heavy packing
and shipping H 40ro4 00.
CATTLE Exporters id 10o36 40 rood
to heavy do Jo M.atJ 00; light to fair 14 733
4 90; common to medium H 40r34 90; fair
good Colorado U Mdi 40; southwest $3 14
84 65; grass Texan 3 00o24 13; liijut to
ood stockers $) To; fair to good feed
irs t3 'bfcH 25; common to choice native
sows and heifers ili 7,Va3 50; scallawag ot
auy kind $1 75 a2 25.
SHEEP Common, medium A lljht $230(8
8 25; (air to good Vi Wati 75; prime 3 60
(di 00; lair to good Texans $2 75 31 00.
HOGS Receipts 5.365 head; shipments
957 bead. Market dull and slow, York
ers selling at H 40to4 75, rough mixed
at $4 60(34 SO, and butcners steady at (44
(84 85 and $5; packers paying H 60(3)3.
WHEAT November 96i December
98S'; vear ; January US; Mav l UoH.
CORN Noveuiuer 4s; LVouinbur iSX;
January tTH; Mav 6uX; vear US.
UAl'S November 28 t; Deo-uiunr 2&Xl
year 2Sj May 32; January 27.
WHEAT Firin.-ri at 1 00X b.
November; $1 02 X Decembe,-; yoar
$1 00 b; HI 04 V fail 04 January.
COKS FUiu; 44 S .veinoer; 42
b. December; year 43td42; January
42Sra42; May 45.
OA.S Firm; Novemberi De-
e-mter 20 b; year 26 bid; January 27;
WHEAT November fllOsf; Decern
ber till; January P$l l; February
$1 J6 ; Mav Jl 20 .
CORN Novemoer ft9; December 60;
January 60; February 60
OATS November Deoemher36
January C; February 8St May 99.
BUTTER Creamery at 31(333 to W for
selections, a shade more in a email wayi
seconds at dairy rate. Dairy at 228
for choice to faucv to 26 for seleotloo;
fair 12(316; low grade sYaUO. Good to
choice near-by in pails 10(412; common tVd
POULTRY We quote: Spring chickens
small 1 2o(tfl 50: fa r to cnolce, H 50(42;
choice 2; Old chic )S-Cocks 7.VbM;
mixed, P2 15(32 35; bens, fi 25;
mixed young aud old $1 73(32 25;
turkeys, $400 dozen; aoooiding to sis'),
and dressed at lUtrfUo per lb. J ducks $1 23
EGGS Reoelpts 888 pks. In better de
mand and firm at lH'o)19 Ho for good mark.
Wheat arrived stead y, fair demand: eora
so arrive unchanged. Wheat and oorn
1 to arrive steady and stronger. Mark Laue
Wheat steady and corn strong. Country
narkete higber. California wheat to arnvo
idvannedfld. Spot wheat steady; No. 3
spring 8 10l; No. 8 spring none In market;
western winter as Td Mixed Westers
corn quiet at As 4d. Demand
from Continent and United Klafdeaa f easd