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cuai. rli-ea cverjth.ng to be found iu a mll.inery
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j-yDresse Cut and Made to Order.
Yonr pat roc age is solicited.
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GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
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The floe passengor and freight steamer
T. N. KIMBROUGH, Master.
Tuesdays, Mondays and Thursdays.
wt i i . ii i itiin.i iitiAiirini i t liiinin.r . . ......... .
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C It run I o Illur
Impurity nf tin:
1 .Vane, Malaria,
' mill all Disease
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rangeinent of Uver, lioni U and Kitltuy.
SYMPTOMS OF A D1SKASEI) LIVER.
Dud Breath: I'ain in the Side, sometimes the
pain is frit under the Shouhler-bU'k, mistaken for
Kheumatitm ; general ls of appetite; Itowrls
generally costive, sometim-'ji iiltr:in.iting with lax;
the head ii troubled with p.nn, is dull a. id heavy,
with considerable loss of memory, accompanist!
with a painful vntatiwi of leaving uuiloiie vimi-thin,;
which ought to hav.' Ii:.-n dr ne; a sLpLt, dry couch
and flushed face it S';iti':iimc an attrudant, ottrn
mistaken fur consuniptiou; tli-; putifcut complains
of weariness and del iluy ; n rvous, e 'sily surtled;
feet Cold or bunM.j;, s imctin.-s a priclily sensation
of the skin exists; ' pirns are low and despondent,
and, although satisfied i:at cerase would he lene
ficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
Cry it in fai.C, distrusts every ri-iney Several
of the above syniptoms attend t' e disease, hut cases
have occurred when hut few of thctn ex I'd, yet
elimination after death has shown the l.iser to
have been extensively deranged.
It ahotilcl hn mrd by all peraona, old a Nil
jrouug, vshi nevi r itnv of tln ulx se
Persona Truvfllnir or MvIiib
healthy Lornliti',Xy talin d. ,. o ision.
ally Co keep the Liver in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria, lilllona tta k, Turnness, Nau
sea, Drowsiness, llenre.m n of Spirits, etc. It
will Invigorate like a i'as of wine, but in no In
If Vou havo phIii anything hard of
di(festiiti, or feel heavy af'cr niea s. or sleep,
leas at night, Cake a dose and you wit' he relieved.
Time and Dot-ton' Hills w 111 lo saved
by alwaya ktfpini; Die Regulator
in the Hotiket
For, whatever the aihnent nuy l, a thoroughly
safe purgative, alterative r,d tonle can
never be out of pla-.e. 1 he r me iy is hiirinlena
and does not interfere with btuiutsa or
IT IS ITRKLV VI"fi FTABLE,
And rus all the )ower and eili'.ai.y of Lalomel or
fjuimne, without any of the injuno'ii after ettects.
A fim-ernor's Testimony.
Simmons Liver k'-gulat'T has !eri in use in my
family for s .me time, and 1 am satisfied it is a
valuable addition to the medical surnce.
J (jii.l Shoktkk, Ijovernor of AU.
Hon. Alexander . Ste.hriia, of (in.,
say: Have derived s n.e b -netit tri m the use of
Simmons Liver Kegulator, and wish to give it a
"Tho only Thine that never falls to
Relieve." I have used mans- remedies for I)yv
pepsia. Liver Affection and i'chility, hut never
nave fcund anything to benefit me to the exfnt
Simmons Liver Regulator has 1 sent from Min
nesota to Geergia f r it, and would send '.irther for
uch a medicine, and wi uid idv.ie ad ho are sim
ilarly affected to give it a tn.4 as it be-tjjs the only
thing that never fa:!t to reiiee
P M Janni.y, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. W. Mason nuy: From actual ex
ptrience in the use of Simm os I iver K-gulator in
cny practice I have hecn and am satisfied to use
and prescribe it as a p.irgative medicine.
8raJ"Take only the Geuuine, whieh always
has on the Wrapper the red Trade-Mark
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FOR SALE BY ALL lJRL'GOlbTS
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
FRIDAY, November 23.
The strongest American play ever printed, and
most complete organization travelling.
Two Fours and a Half 'l'ears and
Laughter! Laughter and Tears!
Introdaciig the Favorite ArtUt, Mln
the Planter's W ife.
The Talented Young Actor, Mr.
as "Col. Albert Graham,"
Supported ly a Company of Unprece
dented Excellence, Superb Toilets,
Stage Accessaries, &c , cVe.
Sale of soat will liijln Wednesday morning,
Not. 21 at Buder's jewelry store. Reserved seats:
I'arquette circle and parquette, Jl 00; dress circle,
75 cents. General admission: I'arqnette and pur
qnett circle, T5c ; droM circle, M)c; ga'lerr. --ac.
(JAIRO 01'KRA HOUSE.
Shook &. Collier's
LIGHTS 0' LONDON
Under the Auspices of th. ok & Collier, Prop's.
Union Square Theatre, Sew York,
In George R Sims' Powerful Spectacular Melo
drama, the Union Square Theatre's
Greatest Success, The
Lights O' London
Presented with all the magnificent s cnory, prop
erties and mechnnicul effects u-ed at thut
theatre, painted By the wor d-tenowned
Richard Martton; mechnnical
effects by G. B. Winnie.
Act I. Park and croundt of Armytage Hall,
with a view of the Uall and Lodge.
Act It. Interiorof Armytase Arms.
Act III The road Iroru Chatham to London In
the Snow and JLioulight.
Act IV. Scene 1. "Exterior of London Police
Satlon. Sceno 2. Jams' Lodgings, No. 8 Boston
Act V, Scene 1 "The Hawthorne." St. Johi s
Wosd. Scene, Exterlorof the Marvl' botio Work
house. Scene 3. Tie Slips, Regent's Pa-k, by
Act VI Scene 1. "The. Borough" on Saturday
night. Scene 2. Mechanical cbargo, showiug
Interiorof Jarvis' Lodgings. Scene 3. Interiorof
Boston 8trect Police Station.
Wantell 100 Supernumeraries.
Enquire for Stage Mansaerat Oprra IIonseThnrs
day Nov. tth nt t (-
Prices of Admlsslo -.: Reserved Sents, IVrquettc
and Parqntlo circle, fl.'s); Dress Circle, 75.
Oenoral' Admission: Parquette and Purquette
C'rcle. T; Dress Circle, So, Gallery, ii. balo of
seat hegtn Mouday morning.
CHAtf. MELVII.LE, Agent.
C. T. ATWOOD, Manager.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAV
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wbeat.
w ai 1 u ua-iaL'a
Fop the Fate $o RecentlMeted Oui
to the Monster Nelling.
A Hoary Headed VillianHeayy Matri
monyAnother Coal Mine Hoiror
The Dallas Gamblers-Convicts May
Testify -Naughty Nellie Babcock-The
Chihuahuans Telegraph Operator
M ordered Betrayed by His Soles- Bonl
He Had None.
Courting Selling's! fTst.
I.oi isviLLE, Ky., Nov. 2J.-The tOoit
locking horror ever known In this city was
perpetrated by an old villain, Johnson, lato
last uight, at the residence nf Geo. MengY
in Third Hreet. ieng bad purchased a
cow of Johnson, and tha animal was
d llverefl while Meng was at-
ent. .Mrs. Meni? offered Johnson a
r:f bunk note In payniPnt, hut hi sitid he
could not mukethe retjulred chunks. She then
Varied to get the. bill changed, leaving her
nine-year-old adopted daughter w 1th John
ion, A houses were few and far between
Mrs. Menu had trouble In getting chnnjre
ant was absent nearly an hour, en return
ing she found the lights turned out. She
called her little girl, hut sho got no answer,
Sirlkinij a light she discovered the child ly
ing on the floor uncorismous and cov
ered with blood. Johnson had outrageous
ly mutilated the child's person. Then af
ter choking her almost to death he ran-
scked thii bureau drawers, where Menes
kept his money, and fled. Johnson is a
resident of Wathin county, Itid., is be
'ween fifty and sixty years of age, wacars a
clerical white beard aud has the outward
ippearance ol a gentleman. Officers are in
pursuit; If captured X-lllup's fate awaits
-ellle, Msji ii, loo.
New Yoiik, ' v. 'if). "It I go to the
penitentiary I'il take her there, too." A
aandiotne and fashionably dieted youns
:oupie stood before Police Justice Walsh in
B ookljn yesteidny, and the above remark
n bitter tones was made by one of them
facine Corman and he referred t Ms
ihrlnkiiig, weeping, fair-faced companion.
Vellie Babcock. They were ciiarwed
Alth theft, and, pleading guilty, were
inaded to await the action of
he Grsud Jury. Muimurings of sym
pathy and astonishment were heard on nil
ides of the court-room as the young pair
i're taken away, but no one appeared to
-fferball. Tw6 weeks ago .Nil-. Coruian
pplied at the houso of a well-known
hyiician la Ileory street and producing
inquestionable references, was taken in as
t lodger. Several days subsequent to the
installment of Mr. Corman In ti e physi
1 in's home Miss Babcock alio souiit a
Ulto of room, un-i likewUe was
icefirotnodated. The new arrivals
letrayed no signs ot being, acquainted,
tnd In their separate meetings with item
ers of the household appeared quite jrop
r and more than ordli arily intelligeut and
.'efliied. But as days wore on It beoame ap
iiieitt that the couple had suddenly he
erne acquainted and that they frequently
vent out together In the evening. Then a
. fling lady In the bouse missed several
lieqes of wearing apparel, and searching
he rooms of the late comers, the landlady
liicovered beneath Miss Babcock' pillow,
luring that lady's absence, twa silk
.ulU, a tlusel waist and a gold
ncket. On the following day both Mr.
.'ormun and MUs Babcock dlappeaieu.
The poll -e of Brooklyn were notitied of the
iieft, but were unable to obtaiu any clews
' to the whereabouts of the fugi Ives.
)n Sunday last C'apt. Williams of this city
was informed that some one w lulled to 6ec
iilhi at No. 115 tiinton place, and going to
!hat place he found Mr. Corman, and Mr.
Henry C. Murdoch In a violent dispute
ier Miss Babcock. Mr. Corman, It
seemed, was about to be rejected by the
.oung lady, and In revenge ha had (le
ermined upon telilqg of the Brooklyn theft
niplloatlng his fair companion. C'apt. WIU
mms arrested the trio, aud ut the Jefferson
Market P lice Court they were turned over
o the care of Detectives Chambers and
Lowery of Brooklyn. Mr. Murdoch, it was
earned last evening, Is a cousin of the act
r of that name who was burned to death in
;he Brooklyu theater fire, and Is also the
lusbaml of Miss Bubcouk, He was married
.othe young lady about a year ago, but they
ifterward separated, and his wife, taking
lie name she bears, placed ber affections
iron Mr. Corman. M:s Rahunck was edu-
ded at public school No. 25 Brooklyn, and
vasthave been sent to Vasar College,
Hit owing to waywardness1 she remained at
loine. Her father was one of Brooklyn's
nrgest merchants, and her mother, who Is
.he sister of one of the higher civil court
iinlges of Brooklyn, now resides nt Islip,
L. I. When Miss Babcock left her legal
,itib:md she was disowned by her relation.
Gorman became greatly reduced In clrcupt
it tncjs and was driven to stealing oloth
itu from the boarding-house. Miss Babock
pawned the stolea articles, which amounted
in vaiite to J12").
A 'I olograph OuerMor .Murdered.
liKTROir, Nov. 20. Byron M. Sibley,
day operator at the Michigan Central otfke,
nt Marshall, was found dead In tlio streets
if that town this morning, havlug evident
ly been murdered during the night. There
is a bullet hole through his head. Tbre is
no possible suspicion! at present as to the
cause, as he was a general favorite, only
there seems to be a feeling that some person
who bid a grudge against him made an ap
pointment to meet him and then shot bim.
He as 21 years old. The terrible affair
creates a great exoitemont here.
Kent lp for l'nsmiig oiiulertelt Money.
Boston, Nov. JO. -William B. Phelan,
known In the West during the war us
bounty-Jumper, and ta Philadelphia and
Washington ai a forger and blackmailer,
has been sentenced to five years' Imprison
ment for passing counterfeit money. In
Boston Phelan established the "bank-note
detector," and thus obtained from batiks
numbenof counterfeit notes (or descrip
tion. Phelan, It Is believed, collected and
Eajjed $60,000 in counterfeit money. He
ed to Montreal when detected.
Ut. Clair's Rich Coal Vein,
Bellivillb, til., Nov. 20, The Sum
rn.lt Coal Company has discovered a seoond
teln of coal fifty feet below the flrst, toll
t wt first Instance of leoond tslfi flo'al be
5 1 ufjk1? boun$
MORNJNU NOVEMBER "2171155
Con vie ti Hay Trntiy
Jefferson City, Nov. 2). -Hon, R.
P. C. Wilson, of Platte county, who was
a state senator at the time the statutes
were revised and chairman of the com
nilt'e s on criminal Jurisprudence,
having been written to by the
governor regarding the amendments to tbo
criminal cods permitting convicted persor.s
to testify as witnesses, stales in rej.lv that
there Is no mistake in the law as it stands;
that Lj was purposely amended so as to al
io thosa convicted to testify. Sonator
Wilson says that the substitute
for Jenate' bills Nos. 02 and 03
contained the old law on the subject w hi u
primed, but when be reported It to the
Stn&to for final disposition he reported
quite a number of amendments, the one
concerning the testifying by .n victeel par
ties among the number, and the amend
ment with the bill wt.s debated
and passed iu committee of the
whole; that tilt amendment In question ex
cited but little if any comment, the senate
readily acquiescing in the wisdom of the
Senator Wilson says that while
there is manifest . reason In dis
franchising an Infamous person
in this enlightened age, and one marked by
so many and radical changes in the laws of
evidence, he could not at the time, nor can
he now, see any use in barring any person
from telling what he may know on the. wit
ness stand, the fact of bis couvlction goin
of course to his credibility, a'ld that tic
has long been antagonistic to the old iron
rults In rdfereuce to the admission of testi
mony, especially in criminal esses, when
a man's life or liberty II at stake;
therefore, early after taking bis seat In the
lenaie he introduced and press
ed to passage an amend
ment to the code allowing defendants to
testify, and the one subsequently to per
mit husband and wife to do the same for
each other; andalsothe amendment now
In question, his idea being then, as now,
to "let It all out," and keep back nothing
and Lar no one from the witness stand.
Senitor Wilson says nearly all the new
matter In the substitute for bills !2 and M
originated In his committee room, in
which be was materially assisted by Judge
Kelley, bis assistant, to whom much of the
credit attaches for tho work.
Hie Dallas fciamlilers.
Dallas, Tex., Nov. 20. The gamblers
have apparently brought about a dtadlok
and a virtual check to the gambling prose
cutiots. In their proceedings for a change
of venue they claim to be able to bring up
over two thousand reputable witnesses
if neccessary to testify that a
fair and Impartial trial cannot
be accorded in Dallas county, and the
rhange of venue hearing of the case now
pending can be prolonged to such a length
that no othpr case can be taken up.
Then again the criminal term of the
county cour' begins on Monday aud matters
ander that head will occupy the court and
Ihus stop the gambling prosecutions. Tho
amblers assert that they have been s illing
all along to have the case against W. J.
Akin, tried last week, go to the higher
itate court on up ai as a test
case to settle the question if
'.be present prosecutions are
not Illegal on the ground of former convic
tion for the same offences in the city court,
but County Attorney Ciint has fought
igainat them so bard thus far as to defeat
Uiem in tuat ettort. Ills object
is to have all the indiotments
tried as separate cases before any appeal
proceedings are bad. A gambling house
proprietor yesterday ioformsd your
:orrespondent that If the county
ittorney succeeds In convicting
him on all the separate cases pend
ing against him his flues will aggregate $27,
W0, aud that before he would pay it he will
serve his term of iinprisoumenton the con
vict farm ut H per day, the rate established
by law, and trust to securing a pardon.
The nnrderrr') Shoe Sole.
Locust Vallit, L. I., Nov. 20. The
soles of the shoes of James Doyle, nrrested
on suspicion of being the murderer of
the Maybee family, corresponds exactly
with tho footprints around the Maybee
THE PRISONER VIEWING THE BODIES.
LOCL'ST VALLET, L. I., Nov. 20.
Doyle as taken into the room whi te
Oarrett Maybee was sitting and told to say
"me" and "I will kill you." lie did so
and Mr. Maybee recognized the voice as
that of the man who spok -to hitn on the
day of the murder. Doyle was taken to bee
the bodies of the women, and be salt! lie,
bad seen before. He was then taken to the
barn and into the shed where the bodies
were found. There he raised his hands,
sayln.', "I swear I never was in this barn
before.'' He was searched and $7 was
found on bim. He said he bad given $U
to a lawyer at Kosyln. Among Doyle's
in out y is a 45 gold piece. Maybee says he
think the $5 gold piece was the money
taken. Doyle's account of himself part of
the day Saturday is verified, but his where
abouts from 12 noon till 6:30 Saturday has
not been explained.
fatal Juvenile Duel.
PiTisncKG, Nov. 20. Frank Heed and
Andy Wllbert, aged respectively 11 and 10
years, built a large fire on a side hill a short
distance above tbo Steubenvllle Pike, in
Cbnrtier's Township. They both carried a
good amount of wood to keep the fire going
hut it was finally all consumed. Then young
Wlibert asked Reed to hunt for more wood.
The latter said he had obtained the last,
and he wou'd not get more. A quarrel
arose and young Reed struck Wllbert, and
s fight began. Wilbert's brother came up
and handed hira a penknife. As he did so,
Fined pulled out a knife and they made
several lunges at each other. The duel be
came fierce and lasted twenty minutes.
Several boys then came and separated the
combatants, but before they could tin so,
Wllbert hid succeeded In cutting bis oppo
nent In the side, penetrating the left lung.
There are no chances of Heed's recovery.
Washington, Nov. 20. Bids for the
condemned naval vessels at Mare Island ex
ceeded the appraised value, $13,000. No
bid was received for tbo Benecla.
THE PROTKL'S INVESTIGATION,
Com. Wildes resumed his testimony
before the Troteus Court ot Inquiry to-day,
aud Uen. Hazon questioned the wituess,
who adhered to bis statements made yes
terday concerning the crew of the Proteus
and the general lack of Information shown
by the officials of the Signal Service In r
gnrd to the equipment and general wants of
Alton III., Nov. 20. Two attempts at
safo-blowing wore made last night, la
Johnston's hardware stors burglars filled
the safe with powder, but were frightened
away before It was touched off. Soma
shelf hardware only Ii missing. In Miller's
flow manufactory tbe outside shell of the
httfcat boeo blown open, bat tUoonUuUi
nEff tran sasBtfAs-s view trvn
What He Thinks of tbe) 8apretB Court
Decision on the Civil Bights Bilk
WA.snrNGT(j!' Nor. 20. Senator 8Tte
Run last evening said, respecting tbe re
cent decision of tbe Supreme Court on Ltto
civil rights law: 'I am greatly surprised
and disappointed with the decision, I par
tlcipated in debating and passing all the
amendments and the civil rights bill. It
seems to me the decislou emasculates tbe
amendments. They were Intended not only
to abolish slavery, but to seouro to all citi.
zens equality of rights and privileges. We
knew that tbe States wonld not secure or
permit equal rights to oolored people, and
therefore ?nve full and plenary power to
Congress to seoure to all citizens tbe com
mon and usual rights, which are
yielded as a matter of course
to other citizens. 1 have not bad
the opportunity yet to read tbt decision in
full, but it is conceded that It denies to
Congress the power to secure to colored
people the common facilities ot the high
ways, the Inns, the ferries and places ot
public amusement. I know this to be in
express oppositioii to the avorserrtctentlon
and object of these amendsiltsMd that
It Is wrong (plainly wrong ,1n principle
and policy to deny to any class otcttlzeni
equality of rights in such essential matters.
I don't believe we erred In the use
of proper language to express our meaning;.
If we did It was a grave fault. These
amendments in favor of liberty and equal
rights ought to be fairly and liberally con
strued, and not perverted or evaded as a
criminal statute. In spite of this decision
I am in favor of trying again and again,
boln hy state and national law, to
secure to every citizen, black
or whjte, native or naturalized,
every tight, privilege or exemption which
by law or custom is conceded to the most
numerous c!as c the citizens of tbe State
in which be lives. The minority should
have the same or equal rights with tbe ma
jority, the poor with tbe rich, the black
with the white. Birth .fortune, education,
luck, make enough distinction and differ
euees between citizens to threaten us with
discontent, communism, Jealousy and
envy. These inequalities we cannot pre
vent, nor can we preveat social likes
aud dislikes, or the habits, preferences or
customs of individuals. These are social
resting with each individual. But in
equal! y made by law is tyranny, and should
be resisted by constant opposition and agi
tation. I, therefore, tor one, will not ac
quiesce in the decision of tbe court, though
I have the highest respect for it and for the
members of It. It undermines the founda
tion stone of Republican principles. Thn
Republican party oould not endure for a
day, but for the fidelity with which it has
struggled for the equality of civil rights for
all citizens and against the Intolerances of
prejudice, color or caste."
A Scheme to Defraud Tax-Payers.
Cincinnati, Nov. 20. The discovery
has been made iu the County Auditor's of
fice of a peculiar scheme to defraud tax
payers. It was operated by Jncreaslng the
assessed valuation of the property of certain
large tax-payers, mainly incorporated com
panies, and then offering for a commission
to get the excessive taxes refunded. The
discovery was made two weeks a. o, but was
kept quiet, aud orders for remitters given
to the Treasurer In all cases f mud out.
Two cerks of the late Auditor Capel.er are
suspected, but no arrest has been
made yet, because of C'apellnr he.
ing out of iffiee. The Cairn Auditoe
should cause tbe airts: of the Audiior,
which places tbe duty of the arre-t on Ca
peiler. The scheme di es not oontemp.ato
any robbery of the county.
ArcMent In a Mireaior Mine.
Sikkatok, III., Nov. 20. Another ter
rible accident occurred here yesterday, this
time in the nvn. Tbe lamp of Thomas
Jones, i ni.iii i.iicutltig with gas in the
depths of the old peanut shaft of Coal Run
Coal company, caused an explosion which
kilieil Jones and fatally injured John II. i
liar, David James and O. Tiffany. John
Shanks and Colin Mouagban were badiy
burned aud bruise).
Msnghterlng; Nlrk Cattle.
Kansas City, Nov. 20. The authorities
discovered this morning that 11 bead of cat
tle, sick or disabled, had been slaughtered,
near the southern limits of the city and
prepared for sale to city butchers. Four of
the animals bad been suffering from ''big
Jaw." Charles Hoincr, an employe, has
b eu arrested, and the officers are now
looking ror George Byers, tho probrictor. j
A Saloon Blown lp.
Chicago, Nov. 20. Tbe Daily News
Danville, lad., specisl says: "Early yes
terday mojtiing some utiknowu parties In
serted dyuamite cartridges under the Dew
drop saloon, and an explosion blew the
building to pieces and shook the entire
The Queen's Heatth-A Home Ruler's
Experience New Steamer Poole's
Trial-British Industries-A New Tory
Lonhon, Nov. 20. Mr. Thomas Sex
ton, the Home Rule member of Parliament
for Silgo, has bad a very unpleasaut and
somewhat unsavory adventure. At 7
o'clock last Friday morning, as ho was
being driven homeward, he alighted at a
public house in the Seven Dials, one of the
frowsiest purlieus of Drury Lane, to gut a
braudy and soda, On returning to his cab,
hn was attacked, as be swears, by seven
desperate. inlBaus, who gagged him, pin
ioned bis arms, and nbVd his
pockets, obtaining among other
properly bis gold watoh and
chain, valued at .'0. All the foot-pads es
caped except one, who was captured by the
police, and was tried to-day at the Old
Bailey. His defense was that he had simp
ly assisted a drunkon strauger to get into
his cab, and bad bad no hand in the rob
bery. One of tho Jurors asked complainant
If it were true that he bad been tinder tbe
influence of liquor, and Mr. Sexton furi
ously denied the assertion. This episode
caused a general stalls lu the oourt-room,
but did not save tbs prisoner, who was
promptly convloVad by ttte Jury and sen
tenced to fifteen months' Imprisonment,
To-day's advices from Balmoral report
tbe Queen's health as Improved, but the
guarded manner In whion tbs announce
ment is made is In marked oontrast with the
confident tns In whloh It has been several
(linos claimed that she bad almost entirely
teoovorcd, aud tbs poiiltvo statements
lade at first that tbs socldent which had
dost tier Milesty so man? months of seclu
I1! lai , wrlof was a trivial ovourrenoe,
?YtWra vlsll ttftl Ua Uuceu'i
tew i sgij Bjirj9 t0, waiter stand tor
R Is Still ImpoVrDvKji for tfeTTW WftUttilPoT
There was fttii ftjolrjllnf at) HavTtwtlrwl
Oay tor the arflvali off ttie' uw stearflil
Tamaulipas This is ths- plotteer vfcssellot
the new line" ot the' Cbnfpantl Mexican,
trans-Atlantlca, to ply 5otteen' iMverjJboli
Havre, Havana and Vera Crnzv The-rUtrtflJ
Havre was a very successful tefT ot tOs'Bewj
vessel, which Is a steel screw steamB off-l
050 torn, and with engines' of, GOO) horse. '
power. A banquet was glvm mi thermla'
saloon at Havre this evening, an IimD"cdr
(ratulatlnns were received by thei owners
and builders of tbs Tamaulipasrandtb$ nftfl
commander, Captain OJInaga.- '
The second trial of Joseph Pools for the
murder of John Kenney, which was begun,
yesterday in Dublin, wlllr it is now believ
ed, end to-day with an acquittal for tbs
prisoner, All the witnesses examined yes
terday were very reluctant,- end but little
progress was made towards establishing tbs
tbsory of tbe prosecution, which is that If
Poole was not the actual s'ayer of Keoneyf
be was at least an acoonipl ce, and- a con
sentipg witness to the murder '
A letter just published from a provincial
Iron master of Sheffield kives a Somewhat
gloomy outlook for the Iron industry1
throughout Great Britain. He says that
English aud Scotch producers hav foralong
time had to face a keen competition from
Germany, and now that a strike is Imminent
smong the coal miners of Yorkshire, It is
probable that an increase In the cost of fuel
is soon to be added to the difficulties. Tbe
only escape from the danger of over-pro
ductlon on a falling market is through shut
ting down many of tbe works and a whole
sale discharge ot workmen.
Mr. A. C.Boyd, Q, C, ofDublln'J
proposes the information of a new ToryV
league to rival that of Mr. Parnell's fol
lowed, and to oppose and counteract tbe
Influence of a national League, especially
In those parts of Ireland where eleottons
are about to be held.
; Pitthblro, November 20. Patrick Wil
liam O'Brien, tbe Irish giant, and
Christiana D. Dunz, the German giastess,
was mafrled Iu this otty to-day. Tbe oete
mony was performed In the German Evan
gelical Church on Smlthficli street, by Rsv.
rredorlck Ruolft, and was witnessed by an
immense oonoourae of people, Including
Mayor Lyon and the City Counoll of Pitts
burg, Mayor Peterson of Allegheny, Judge
White, John McCullougb, Margaret Math
er, Azteo dwarfs, Indian and a snake
charmer. Outslds ot the church th crowd
gathered In suoh numbers as to obstruct
Uaffloio spUe of the efforts of the large
force of polloe. Mr. O'Brien wore a full
dress suit and a medal presented to bim by
the Land League ornamented his breast.
Tbe bride wore an orange blossoms wreath
and a veil that covered ber superb dress o
white satin. In her hand she held a bou
quet of enormous size. After t e
service the bridal party drovt
at once to Harris' Museum and held a pub
lic reception. This evening a speelal re
oeptlon will be given at the Hamilton hotel.
The wedding oake is the largest ever made,
measuring nlue feet in ctrcumterenoe and
three feet In thlckuess. A giant loaf ol
bread, five fuel In length, will decorate tbe
table. This was the fli'Bt marriage ot gianti
in America, and the second in the world.
The combined height of tbe bridal pair la
fifteen feet three inches, and they tip the
beam at 619 pounds. Te wedding ring
weighs seventeen pennyweights, and wai
five inobes In circumference.
JATTLE Receipts 8,500 flow
exports $6 2007 2d; eoou to choice
shipping quoted at $3 60 tf 00; oommon
to fair $4 20t35 30.
HOGS-.Reoeiots 60,000 active and strqng
and SffllOc lower; light at U Weil 00;
rough packing H 10ra)4 60; heavy packing1
and shipping $4 W cCi 90.
CATTLE-Exporters $0 10r 40f-ooiJ
to heavy do $3 iMXM 00; light to fair ft V
6 2$; common to medium $4 40dt 90; fall
to good Colorado $4 OUftfj 40; southwest $3 li
tH S5; grass Texaut 3 OOiii 2d; light to
good stookers $H MM 75; fair to good feed
Irs $S 75(0)4 25; ootmnou ts 00.0104 native
oows and heifers VJ 'IVdi 00; soallawas ot
any kind $2 00r3i 40.
8HEEP Common, medium Alight i 00(3
B id; fair to good 3 MCdA 60; prime $3 0)
kti 00; fair to good Texaus $2 7iftt
HOGS ReoelprB 6,443 bead; shipments
2S7 head. Market active, York
ers selling at H Wai 50, rough mixed
at $4 Wdi SO, and butchers stead at , $4 50
(db 00; packers paying $4 40(31 80.
WHEAT-Novemher 06H: Decemoer
96 ; year; January 97); May 1 04 V.
CORN Novambor 48; Deoember 48;
January 47 Mav 51V; year 48 .
OAT-Novem0r tSH December 29;
year 28K ; May IX ; January 29 .
WHEAT Stronger; at II OlXull 0U b.
November; $102 December; year
11 01 b; fl 04 1 04 January.
CORN Dull; 43.'i b. November: 42
b. December; year 42 t342tt ; January
42X012.H b. May 46 b.
OATS Firm; 26 November; De
cember 26M bi year 26OJ6M; January
27a27 ; May 8L32.
i WHEAT November $ ; Decem
ber $111; January $113; February
H 15; Mavll 19.
. CORN November 69 t December 60;
January 60 ; February 61; May 61.
: OATS November ; December 36i
January 87; February 88; .May 39.
BUTTER Creamery at 31(833 to 35 for
'selections, a shade mors in a small way;
'seconds at dairy ras. Dairy at 25027
'tor Choice to fancv to 29 fof selections;
iatr 12016; low "grade ViS10. Good to
.choice near-by In palla SffllS.
i ptjUL TH Y Dressed, Spring chiokena
' tmalr,$l 75o J 25;falr to choice, f'250f2 75;
oholoe $3 Old chickens Cocks ii V(d2;
mixed, $2 76(93 00; hens. $2 25
turkeys, $9(a)10 "U dozen; sccoiding to siz.
aud dressed atl0fdl2o per lb. ; ducks $3 00
(23 50; Qeese $4(aHL
EGGS Receipt 663 pks. In better de
nand aud firm at 2332 to for good marks.
kj. . uverpool a
! Wheat arrived dull, fair demand; corn'
arrived unchanged. Wbeat to arrlvs
dull and corn dull. Mark Lane .
Wheat steady and corn firm. Country
markets flrto. California wbeat to arms
advanced ttd. Spot wbeat dull; No.
spring 8s lOdr No. 3 spring none in market;
Western winter 8a U Mixed Western
COrti easier et 6e 8d. Demand
from Continent and United Kingdom, uat -lldalPJtSftJWMUDi