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Blly eee'year by carrier ....j... ...J... .....gJ OS
(to per cant dieoona' 11 pal) la adveeea.)
Bel?, one year by Bull ..10 M
Dellv. oat month ............... I o
rabllsned evrj morning (Monday! esceptad).
rvbllehtd ever Hnnilu n nan
urvor rnun lor weflary rrauetlB H
, Vf peryeer, 1.80. Potiage 1 tUcw
raVABIABLY n ADVAlOa. .
All Oommanlcatoue thoald ne edflretead to
H. A HUBMBTT,
'' Pablianortod Proprietor.
laiSOtS CENTKAL K; R
' r THE
Shortest aud Quickest Route
St. Louis and Clacago.
'the Onlv Lane Runnicut
O DAILY THAWS
MlKIKfl DlKEOT CoNNF-OTIOB
Trait I Laavt Cum:
Arriving tn St Loult 1.45 i.cn. ; Chicago, t :I0 p. a.)
Connecting at Vtliu and BfflngUain for Clnrla
sail, Loiiit1U. Udlanepulit aud puUu Baal.
m. Faei Bt. I.oula and
Arriving in Bt. Lool :iSp. m., and eooaeetat
fbrailpotcu Mr eat.
3 43 KKm. Kmt Ki press.
per St Loula atd Chicago, arriving at St. Leatt
lOiSJ p.m., and Chicago T .) a m.
3 SO p.m. Cincinnati Kxpreas.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Loniaville t:at
a n.: lndleuepolte 4:05 a.m. PaaaeegeM ay
tkt trala reach the above polnte 19 to 36
ttuVJKB lo adftoee ol any otEer root.
er-Thel'JO p. m. expreet haa PCLLMAM
LKKPI1OCAK Cairo to Cincinnati, wltA&oi
henge,tad through tleepert to lit. .oi to
Faust Tim E&mU
P COATl vent Uli ,tB f throngS te
raonciiClS tr point without any deiay
etaed by Bandar latervenUig The Saturday after
Mom trala from Cairo arrirea In aew York Mood
orelng at 10:tt. Tbirty-tta' honrtla a4 ran ceo I
r other roate.
OfPor tbroagh tlckata and farther laiomatloa,
(air tt UUaOlt Cenlral RaMnd Depot, Call.
1. H. eOMKB, Ticket Ageat.
A.H. BIS BOS. ln. Paea.Ageat. CbJcew
Q.E0ROE H. LEACH, M D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
pedal attention pttdto the H me.1te Ireat
ai of inrgloaJ dieeiaoes and dtaeaMe
tad children. .t ,
OFriCB-On Uib ttreet, oppoeite lk Port.
aflce, Cairo, ill-
JQB. . B. STRONG,
119 CsmmereUI Are., Cairo, 111.
fAPOB, ItlOTlO-VAPoa aio X1D1CATB0
4 laij la aUandaoce).
JJR. W. C. JOCFLYN,
OtTlCB-Bifktk Strxt, near Cji te la'. Aene
R. g W. WBITLOCK.
OvfV.lo. 1M Oommtrdal Amaia. btrtea
Bththand S'.LIb BlreM
pj E. INGE,
Cek ItrotH baiwreii Com 'I gd Lere,
CHOKE BORINO A SPECIALTY
ALL ISU Of AMCMTIOS.
afe Raitlred. A'lKlndxnl Kr.it Made.
Boot & Shoe
U 10 Vom'l ire., Bet Ith A th 8s
JnttSraotired a (all Una of
FALL aid WINTER GOODS
rale ha vtll at the loweet bottom prtaai. It
weaprieee the beet of ST. LOTJIt) HAlJiTilADB
aai of ROSTOIf MAHtJTACTUKES, LAOIBS'
ad CHIM)RBN' H10E9, and QBaTTS' BUB
gffVTe alto make to order anything la oar 11m
aftlie beat material and woramaoahlp. -
V. BT BATON, Cairo. T. BIRO, Klaaout.
STEATTON & BIED,
o.irObJoUTe, Cairo, I U.
BooaekAld ArUelo for VnTMreal
Tot Borlet utd
all Ooatagtaam OUeaaaa.
-arret oeea uiowa to tpread vncr Ue Fluid aa
aaed: Vclfc Tmr hti beta cured with it altar
kdavak Tomlt kad taken pUoa. Tbe wont
amjmam yiiynwmm JlWi BO IV. .
PITTING of Small
A turnbar of my fcm.
Ily iu ukea iih
Small poi. I ued the
Fluid : the paneat wae
ot dtllrioua, waa not
pitted, aad waa about
the home aAia la thrM
aoaa.' rtfraebad aad
. 'ad by bathing with
t- Uarbye fluid,
i? Impart. A if 'aaede
haraleaa 4 jxirlbad.
tot Mora Throat It it a
," Cootegloa deatawyed.
for PraaUd ITaet,
Khenmattlfna cured. .
, ' BonWhUfComplec.
totu aacurad by iu ute.
. Yoamaiiy the Breach,
. Ola aaia that aatk,
OataLnk atlaiwtd tad
eared. , .
BrrelpU eured. '
' Boart aravcetad.
Draenle r7 eoradl.
Woeuda baaled apidly.
Aa Antidote for Animal
or VegetaUe Ptaaona,
I ueed tbe Tutd during
Our present affliction with
Scarlet Fever with de
cided advaauge. It ia
aviupenubia to tbe aidt
anoai. Waj. T. Sajin.
oas. Eyrie, Ala.
week, and no othen
had It.- I W. Paul.
The pkralelam bare
Use Darbre Fluid mry
auccaaarully la the treat
lent of Diphtheria.
Tetter dried op.
Clean purlned and
In caeea ofPaathlt
houM be toed abrait
the eorpea It sill
prerent any unpleat
Tbe eminent Phy.
UU, M. V., New
Yark, an: "I am
convinced Prof Darbya
Prophylactic Fluid U a
I Scarlet F
TaaderbUt Ualveralty, KaahvlUe, Teaa.
. 1 teetlly to the moat taceUent qualitie of Prof.
Darby Prophylactic Fluid. At a ditituectant and
detergent it a both theoretically and practically
anpenor to aay preparation with which I am ae-jinted.-N.
T. LvrrOH, Prof. Chemiatry.
Darbya Hold la Beaom mended by
Hon. AuaxAKoai H Srermm, 0( Ceornai
Rev. Cmjj F. Ceuit, V.O., Qurcb of tkt
nerangera, ti. y.;
Joa. UCftra, Columbia. Prof. . Univeraf ty ,S.C
Rev. A. J. BiTTli, Prof., Mercer Uaiverairyj
Rev. Ceo. t. Piaaca, Biabop M. E. Church.
IXDI&PKXSABLK TO EVERT HOHX.
Perfectly aannleea. Uaed internally or
"""uuJy for Man or Beaac
The Fuid haa been thoroughly teatwi, aad we
hart ebuadant evidence that iikaa don everything
hare clauaed. Far fuller Information get of yonr
Waa a peaphlet or trnd fea tbe proprtetori,
w , 3. h. zrrux co.,
CAIRO OPfcBA HOUSE.
Ladle and ChUdreo't Matinee, Saturday at 1 p.m.
Shook Ac Collier's
LIGHTS 0' LONDON
tToder the Aarplceeof 8b ok A CoIlUr, Prop'i.
Uoion Square Theatre, New York,
la George B Sim' Powerful Spectacular Melo
drama, tht Union Square Tbeatre't
0 re teat ttacceeo, The
Light" O' London
Pretested with all the magnlficeat t enerv, prop
erttet and mechanical eff-ct u-ed at that
theatre, painted ny the wor d-ienowned
. Klchard Mareton; mechanical
effvcti b? 0. B. Winnie.
Act I. Park and groutde of ArmyUga Ball,
with a iew of the Hall and Lodge.
Act II. Interior of Armyuje Arm.
Act III Tbe road Irom ibatham to London. in
the ttnov and M mnllght.
Act IV. Bcenel. "Bztorlor ' f London Police
Ballon Scene 1, Jarria' Lodging!, No. 8 n jaion
Act V. Scene 1 "Tbs Hawthorne," St. John
Wood. Seen', Iiterlor of the Mtrvl, bone Work
honaa. Bcsna I, Tie Sllpr, HoieJit'i Park, by
Act VI Scent 1. " rbt Boron rb" on Saturday
alght. Scene B. Mechanical change, ebowlns
Interior of Jari' Lodging. Scene 5. Interior of
Beaton Street Police Station.
Wanted ! 100 Supernumeraries.
Inquire for Stage Manarrat Opera Hoate Thurt
dtyKov. Ith at Hp. n.
Price of AdmlMlon : Roaerved Seat, Pnrqnete
and Paran tta circle. $1.no; Oreta Circle, 75.
General Adraitt'on: Parouette and Parqaette
C'Kle, Ti; Drert Circle. 50, Ga'lery, is. Sale or
irate begin Mondiy rrorniDr
CHAM. MBLVILLB, Agent.
C. T. ATWOOD, Manager
TUESDAY EVE., December 4.
Tbt young American Art:at,
tnpported by 0 o. Morton and an esco'.leut com
- , pany under the management of
la TtrPlanck and Dcterani'e Htttorlcal l rama
Umrtratln;i tbt great
Spatial Scenery, Correct Cottomtt, Appropriate
yAdmUalon: 75, SO and 98 canlt. Seatt can
batecared at Bader't Jewelry ttore.
ITie flue pMitnger and freight ateamer
. T. K. KIMBROCOff, Manter.
Leaves for- -
TtjesxUyg, Xundayi and Tbandarn.
h t vary BMW
b t vary BMweaHtt kevi, tad tat awe
MMeia wae a.a net R. It esauiaa
vW m w taajj aj aj aj
I ua rruwlelea ef
eat aaeeit t. net
In mi teatt eat at erltta ef
tt ad atlatiat Maple. I mrnai valertle jreearlBtleae
firm? ewltarvaat tad Vhraaaal OebtUlrTXart
, aiereoiive atemoir, oeapoaaeaea'. tat mm
ia ef eiwrten wf ay nmt at lat
fiAUMfet ILLINOIS SATUBDAYji
Thanksgiving Day at Orange;
6iv5n Up t(rthe8etroh hr Clewi to
, Jhi Murtfp.r of PhoeiMt PuHln, A
Kultitttdoa'Vlaitiiif thw-flot-A Dstae
tIv'B Latsit IHaooyerMJoaduotoratd
e. Driver Bbot-Tuv'Wl4ior Thtatrs
; Fire-A Weei'BrsarfclfliurB'
' Theresa Brtrla-FBDwii ia to Pul-pit-Two-0nt
OnavOB. K. I., ypT.IO-TAt holMayi
brought crowd. 0f morbid alght Mara totfc
ipot wbera Phoebe Paul In llfa-hlaa UII
dyet tbe althrl laayaa on ih OTaat tl,
Orange Mountain. Th caOBtrjr tollrdroTa
to tbe plaoe from mlleg around la TbWT'
of every Oaicrlptloo, rtllaitjta toiled V It
I' over tbt Eaata Hotlt road, aad efta
VtW.itT.ei.ila eta tm Him
eent. 8xa of tba Tonar: raaa, vrbooa t
tmblUon lay In tbe Use of amateur dttao
ttve work, beat tbe woods for tcrutra
mile iroubd la search of traoat ef tha stur
derer. Several of tbe pollca oAeers em
Raged on tba case and several triads of the
dead girl did likewise.
MOT KING EzWaRDID TBI IIUCI,
eicept an old razor In a battered easa.
There was nothing about It to todlcaU tbat
It was used in tbe murder ot tat fM, tad
as the person who brotight It
to tbe Orange Pollee station
waa allowed to depart unques
tioned, even tbe exact epot where it wae
found It unknown. It Is hallrvtd that It
was dropped by some tramp and la entirely
disconnected with tbe orime. Polios officer
Exbeoberg, of Orange, who with the as
sistance of two boyt, found the two shirts
on wbicb Dr. Stickler had discovered by tbe
microscope tell-tale marks, bad a story last
evening, which If it can bo nbetaatlatod
may dove-tall wall with
his roiuiii Diaoovatr.
He says be waa told that a nan boarded
train, at tbe Washington street crossing of
tba Watchung railroad at 9 o'eioek an the
nlgbt of tbe rourdtr. Mr. Ilcbeobwrg eays
he does not knew who tin am was, but
hopes lo learn. Beyond this he it mysta
riou. A pelloe officer who taw detootJre
Hagrty myttarioue skirt end drawers se
they were both ratter old, though not dt
iapldatd from ta; that; vera
.otitd at though taoy had
been worn several days. The drawers
ware bloody, and tba tleovea aai aasM ef
tbe shirt ware mush torn, at It (ho woarer
bad been through a sharp tuaeel. It ap
petrt that Haggerty reaolutely cetaed to
tell where be found tha artiste. n tbe
TBB trSClTIO U t7SCHAB.
New York afflcers riattad Orange lata on
Wednesday evening and went to tbe house
f a young man with tha InUntUo of arratt
ng bim. They found him dangerously
.lok in bed, and received poaitlra praef that
ha waa tlek in bed last Saturday. Tata tt a
peclmen of the way tbe dtaottrm are
A raporter called ytstertlar at the hooje
n Llewellyn Park of Mr. wm. P. Wood,
bull, a New York busineee man, who had
a remarkable aiperttaee oo ekmdey titer
joon Mr. Woodbuil't house Is the
nearest Inhabited bouse to tha en
trance ot Llewellyn Park on tbe Eagie rook
road, tbs road by tba hlrher portion ot
wbtcb tbe murder took plaoe. Hog
came to tbe door on Sunday about 1 o'alook
In tbe afternoon," said Mr. Woodholl,
"and a young man asked for tbe man of
he bouM. I want out to aao him. Eowas
i modlnm-steed, flight yonng mu, with
smooth, slean, somewhat florid ttee, and I
think Ugtit hair. He worn a dark satawny
oat aud dark) arousm. Bit alothet
ware quite good, but he had vary bad
shoes on. 'I eame to tee If vou would da
me a great ftvor. ' he tald. 'Well, what it
it?' said I. 'I wanted to see if yoa would
give me a tblrt and a pair of drawer, he
answered. I said I would net and ho
turned and went away. I saw him leave
the park. Now, I am sorry to lay, I did
not notice whether be bad a shirt on. I
not be must bava had his collar turned up,
for the general Impression I had was that
be wis well dratted. I said when I eame
in, 'There's a man begging clothes and bo's
as well clad at I am. ' I am tar h wat
not a tramp. He looked neither rough,
nor hardened, nor miserable.
THERM WAI XOTHIKO KXlfaJXlBTJI
about his accent, bat in addrossug me he
bositated much, fit was noticeably tim
id." To-day the Inquest begins. Tbe clothing
of tbe girl was brought to tbe polios otation
last evening. It U certain that at 6 8Q oo
Saturday evening tbs was tatn near the
tone-orusher, six or seven hundred yard
'rom the plaoe.
WHBF.B HKB BODY WAS rOOTD.
It is onrtaln tbat a man with a light ovar
ooal, wbo bad walked aftor bar up tbs
mountain, wae then near bar. It It aartalo
that half a mile lowtr down tali maa was
walking fast enough to pate tha girl, yat he
had not done to. It It alto known that
buggy wat near ber on the road at tha tame
time. Tbe buggy, or ei laaat a baggy
which was probably tha eame, paaaad a
point beyond the aaeae af tha tragatd at
tbouS twenty mlnatat to ostaafc, to that
It can have bad bo aanneotlaa with tbe
affair. Tbe girl aad the maa with tt Ibjbt
overcoat dtssppearad for tftsoa hours.
Tbsn tbe girrt body la found. Taers ti
KO FT IT Hia tBAOB Or TEB aTA.
Tha surroundings of tbs tragedy sra ptoul
lar, Tbo place where tba body waa found
It not over tour hundred yards frtm (be
Cyrie and other retldancat on otta ejda, and
not over BOO yardt from John WseVur't
road-bouse on the other. Ia tha boaen ra
ti stillness of that region a eaream aright
easily hav been beard that night. Tbe
road luelf It not rafrequtntiy traveled yet
no person saw any suspicious thing until
tbo bod) was found. From a nportar's
observations, It would
APPBAB RXASOVABUI TO (AT
by tbe nature of tbe trail, It g eonoladed
tbat only one man was oonaarad ia tbe as
sault. From tbe a.uanxlty tad
condition ot the blood found
that the travel at the spot sverfad at least
one wagon or foot pstttngar every tan
minutes. Now, It Is absolutely eertajn
tbat the girl was tbe victim of bar murder
er'e brutal passion. It it certain that tbe
was a virtuous girl, It It certain that tha
as possessed of uncommon strength, yet
no sign of a struggle has been found at any
place, and her oiotblng tbowad no signs of
astntsgle. From tbe existepaa of a pool
ot blood oa tbe roadrfds, vftfe a traUiead
lug to tbe but heblDd wbtch tim b i.y htjr,
iiBtDnreuonabljrconoludod that the
girl waa first etabbad on tbe roadside,
a thea dragged Into tbe tblcket
Frost tba otrcumtUnot tbat she was
drafted, not carried,
uader the head of tbe body. Dr. stickler
Is ooDvlooed that at least one of tbo wounds
probably tbe worst one, was Inflated while
lbs girl lay there. Tbe fact tbttt two
PBPosls, wbleh tbe girl carried, were
emrefolly laid by ber body shuw de
Uberstlon In the murder. The f not that a
Dewipipar and a letter, which she h:td car
nd la her band, were found on t lie road
Ida, where tbe murderer overtook them
1 the dark, It held to show
thai ; tbe first attack on tbe
girl was made there and not else
where, as has been conjocturfd, slmv if de
were asiaulted elsewhere and cartii d there
afterwards ibe would prohabjy bava
dropped bere papers at tbe p luce of tbe first
th Tblrd Aaelttant Poatiu.sirr-aeii-ewoj
as tba Two-Oem H) anm.
BTBW Yoai, Nov. 80. "How bus the
rsdaotloa on pottage worked?" a oorres
pondtnt asked yesterday the Third AMvt.
tnt Pottmastcr-Ueneral, wbo is now stop-
tAlnw at aha Aetnr TTniiiH
(fall, an far. the oitnerlnient L-npa to
' ' . r
thtrw Mia jMrnlent Is worth); at a
lose, bat wltbio a Short time T tuve no
doubt tbe reoetpts will be entirely suturac
tory. After all, the idea of a
postal delivery Is to furnish tbe proper no
oommodatlons to tbe public, and vxhetlipr
they psy or not Is a secondary considera
tion. It wat only within tbe past few
year that the postal service was eir-M:s-talcing
at tbe old rates, to tbat tte mutt
give tba new system a fair cbance. ' '
"Have you any hope of an optional pre
payment on tetters, as It tbe case in Eng.
"No, I have not; at least for tbo prexent.
That was tried somewhere
BACI IN THE riri lM,
I can't remember tbe exact d ue, but It did
ant work well. Tbe Government found
tbat dead-beats took advantage of the law
to mall letters unstamped, and tha innoy
aaoa and expeute were so heavy that
a repeal of the act was de
manded. Our present law Is good enough.
Where a letter Is mailed without post
age, It ts returned to tbe sender, if the en
velope Indicates where it came from; other
wise it goee to tbe Dead Letter otlW.
Latter mailed with insufficient poit.w.) aro
forwarded, and tbs balance collected at tbe
destination. Tbat teem to me con
eaosloB enough to make on buslne prin
ciples." "Will Congress make any change?"
"Tee I think It will. Iu my opinion
tbera will ba a law passed increasing
tha postage limit to one ounce
laStaad of a bait ounce. S3 far at
weight le concerned this will plaoe us on a
par wtth tbe EJogllsh system, their penny,
being an equivalent for our present stamp,
and their weight limit being tbe ounce.
This change should and I believe it will
sHarla Baaaaaad From I'rleon.
JOUKT, Nov. 80. At 8 o'clock yentcrday
afternoon Tbsresa Sturla, the siay. r of ber
lover, Charlie Stiles, the "llghtulu; call
er" of thvCbloago Board of Trade, wat
releaeed from tbe penitentiary bero, having
served ber sentence of one year's imprison
ment. She It mors beautiful limit ever
ner moioer anu Drot&era of Baltimore re.
eetved ber from tbe penitentiary authorities
sod eeoompanled ber to Chicago. '
Theresa was richly and fashionably
attired In a handsome black silk dress and
were a profusion of Jewelry. She claims to
have mads up ber mind to lead a better
life, and tbat she will place ber.Wf under
tbe care ot some klud-beartjd Chicago
ladles. On tbe other hand those who know
her will assert tbat sbe will escape from re
peoteble surroundings at tbe nrst oppor
tunity and rsturn at once to ber former
mode Of life. Carrie Watson, the leading
itmi-mondalnt of Chicago, has made pre
parations to give ber a grand reception,
whenever this shall occur. Theresa's
last months in prison were cultivated
by a correspondent carried ou in her name
by a mulatto girl, a prison mate, with one
A. O. Moffett, a clerk In Merrill's dm;
ttore in Chicago. Moflett tell in love with
Sturla during ber trial, and after her in
carceration requested permission by letter
to correspond with her. Sturla was un
willing to have anything to do with bim,
but the mulatto girl prevailed on ber to al
low ber to fool him to the top of his bent,
end the deception thus sanctioned has been
kept up tor a Ionic time, to tbe gruat amuse
ment of everybody In the penitentiary.
What Moffett will do when be learns the
facta remains to be developed.
Fell Dead In too Pulpit,
Boston, Nov. 30. The Rev. Warren H.
Cud worth, one of tbe best known and most
highly esteemed Unitarian olertrymen In the
oountry, died yesterday In tbe pulpit of
the Congregational church in East Boston,
while In tbe act of offering prayer iu a union
Thanksgiving servite. Be uttered a few
words, nd suddenly baiting, be said: "I
must stop bere," and falling ou his back
died In about ten minutes, but did uot again
speak. Mr.Cudworth bunt an artery in bis
noss on November 18, and told his friends
at that time tbat he thought it
A PREMONITION OF DEATH.
Mr. Cudworth was born in Lowell, Mass.
la UdB). He graduated from Harvard aud
received Instruction from the poet L onel
low In rhetoric ana poetry. Ho was pas
tor of tbe Unitarian oburcb of "Our Fath
er", la East Boston for thlrty-une years.
Re enlisted as chaplain In tbe Fli t Masa
ehtuetts regiment, and served three years
ia Ibe army. During tbat period ha sent
back to tbe families of soldiers about WO,
BOO wblob would otherwise have, been
squandsred. He wat almost idolized by
soldiers, and was universally esteemed and
ratpeoted by all denominations on account
of bis broad
OENEROC8 N" ATI' KB
aud hie aatbolic, noble spirit. Tbe .Sunday-school
couuected with bis church
umbers about 700 and is said to hu tbe
largest tn denomination in tbe country. Ha
want to Europe a few years uo. H
rotatcveral works on music and was
mueb Interested in everything calculated to
elevate and refine the people. He was un
Tbew Gagged tbe Jailer.
iDieoLK, III., Nov, 30. -Late last nl.'ht
Jstler Bullatd, ot tbs county lall, was
overpowered by three prisoners named
Crawford and Smith (white), Bailey
(oelored), wbo bound and gagged biro and
The Week's Failure.
Vbw York, Nov. 80. Business failures
for tbe last seven days In the United Slates
aad Canada, reported to R. O. Dun A
Co.'t Mercantile Agency, aggrcgutu 242,
tcaUst i'4 for the previous week.
DEATH CfJOHft H.TICE.
"The Stgt af OiwftMiftam" withered ta
6r. Loots, BTev. M.-Jaba H. Hoe, tha
greatest msteatoloals. of tblo ot aay ago,
died at bis residence at Caelteabaen, after
a short lllaeee, at aao o'alook tbla
morn tug, teed vg TMn
Tba old goalWatea had booa ailing for
soras Ume, but no epprebeatloao were felt
by bis friends aad family. For a tew daya
past ba bad had spoilt ot sinking, but as
these were not aaoomsaon to blta, tt waa
thought tbat ha would rally at heretofore;
and this in fact he did, seeming mueb bet
ter yesterday. Bat daring the night bo
sank rapidly, aad as Bated died at oat
Tioo'sMetoarotasjieatlAJaiaBao for USa
whtoh is la prats aad noar ly completed win
contain eo utorsetiag hloleerioal skatoh of
tbe dead phUoMphar's Ufa, stadlat, ttrag
gles aad aoaUvaaaents wrtttea by oaa who
recognized la him tha loading soitaHat of
tbe oountry aad he groataat eoholar In
Missouri, fast whiah wttt yat ba appreoU
.ted by tbe aabitt whoo bhrtory dees him
LMfL abW talent
life, a compsaditfra tnbw of Bitty years
deep atudy tad prorokod maach. too pub.
Heat ion of which bad aoamdv Vaoa arrang'.
edfor. ItwlM appear Ortng tha earning
year, and lay broad and dotrptarjndauoa for
the claim tbat hit and bin anVy war the traa
tnterpretattons of taovo4co of Vatur oa
tbe science of ntataorProty. "fie pubn
will wait for tm appearaaoa wttb aome tm
The remains of tbo dead scholar will bo
buried in Bellefoatalne oametery to-morrow
with approprtaio eerrteae.
IcrFERSOM CrTT, Vov. BO.-For tome
time members of the bar of Kansas City and
other portions of the state have been urg
ing Judge Francis M. Black, ot tba Ctnruit
Court of Jaekaoa county, to bocoue a
candidate tor Judge of tha Supreme Court at
tbe next election. It Is understood that ha
has concluded to run. and wiH be a
candidate before the next Denooratls Bute
Convention. Judge Black wae born In
Champaign county, Ohio, taiyM, 1S8B,
wbere b e received a oaataaoa school educa
tion and waa admitted to tha bar In IBS).
Be moved to Kaaeas lit? In MST, was a
member tbe Coatvrtutteaal Convention ot
1679, and sleeted to his present position In
1880. ' Halt tald ta ba oaa af tbe shiest
men In tbe stele, aad Is kaawa to be out
side of aome o( tbo Imtaaaoee whi oh oon
trol many of tha datieloaa at the present
New Yok, Nov. M. Coaaratalationa
are general to-day that the Ira at the Wind
sor Tbsatre wet dUeovorad after be per
formance. Mr. Steveaa, tbe Iceaee,
plaoet bis Individual lost at about fJO.OOO,
which Is partly Insured. The Interruption
of tbe season may coat blta 190.000 more.
Tba lots ef the theatre building ta 'placed
aL$tOO,000; tMwred tor twa-Utroa ot that
amount. - .
The loee of eohltaet, Iaretl Co., furn
iture and oant dealers, h) 945,000; lots
hn1M(n . a. . .... i .
about64,000, dtatrtbuted among tbe num
ber of people; about half iatured.
CCfciyifATi, 0., Vev. as.-Milee Orton's
sireus train on tha way to Detroit from Cin
cinnati to winter auarttra. was derailed
this morning three mites this tide of Xtnla,
0., In consftqaeaea af a hot box baring
burned a lumber ear which was ta tha train.
Tue cajfkt were tumbled about, but hot
Dad iv injured, aad tba aaliaeJa era safe.
Wild i-y, rrr current of lions end bye
nss at lare-t. Bell's adrwiia area luat hablnd
bound for Columbus to winter, aad tbat
ami other trains were delayed.
Chicago, Nov. of.Tbe dee fight which
wts to have taken place aa the outskirts of
of tbe city tarlr this moralaa waa nravent.
ed by tba sports talking toe freely last alght,
to that the police get hold of their plane.
One of tbe dogs It tbe property of an old
New York sport. Tba other belongs to a
well-known Chicago maa.
rieheet SJaM ef ika Btlrer.
Dlpcqcb, Ia., Nov. 80 The remains
of William Feokcl, Jr., oaa af tbe tour
bunten drewaed ta the Mississippi last
SunJay, wae fooad Vate last alght. Men
are draggkg tbe river tor tbe remains of
tbe other two missing men (father aad
Londox, Not. 10. The suggestion has
been made la a very lagucallal charter that
the eatlett solution ot the aow Igyptian
problem would be to adopt Sir Samuel
Baker's plan af lettlag tbe Abysslnlani
fight KI Mahdl. Tbe proposltloa Is to offer
theKlngof Abyssnle a portion ef theSoudan
on coualtion that he ahail oruih tbe false
prophet and end bis menaolag carter. It
Is doubtful if a permanent garrlton of
English troopa could live la tbe unhealthy
climate or the Soudan, aad this, tegsthsr
with tbe expense and trouble af a cam
paign, furnishes a Strang argument in
favor of adapting tba Anglo ladlaa polio
of putting one Katttra aetleu against
another, and taking advantage of the re
suit, whatever It happen tone. The Con
servatives, however, object to such a
poller, and continue to advocate tee eand
ing of a part ot the native Indian eenungsnt
to establish English etborttf throughout
the Soundtn. at tbt orthodox aad pteper
course, In accord with aglitn precedent.
lN'TERNATIOSt AL VBALTH BXaiatTIOK.
I be corporation ef tbe dtp ef London
have made an appropriation of 135,000 to
wardt defraying the expeaseo ot the pro
posed International Health BxhtbittOA.
This liberality Is IN Immediate result ot
the peralateot efforts of tbe Prtnoa of
Walet. Ever ttnat tha pbof eaenel sueeetc
of tbe Fitbortee Bxhlblttem, with which tbe
Prince to thoroughly sad lucoctsfully Idsnt
tiled himself, he hat bean ataklag strenu
ous efforu to instil Into the prefect of the
Health Exblbttloa Iho tarns elements whieb
csrrled the -piscatorial show to aaehaeae
cessful conclusion. Tba tateraettoaal fee
ture of tbe former wae the key-aetc to its
success, and undoubtedly brought te Bag
land from America each iastracttoa In seloa
fishing and other new features af Impart
auce to a maratlme power as will,
PROVB or IKCaAOClABLB . ALPB. '
The crude ttnltarj arraagemeats sxistiag
in evsa tbs boueee of the rfah af Englaad
are perfectly uadsrsleed bp the Prince,
and ba is convinced that hit aera taffertngs
tome yetrt age, wbea hajtraa ataattid bj
. l a
typhoid few, were tha result of a defec
tive drainage. His recent epeeob urging
that liberal donations should be madeia
support of tbla attempt to Improve the
hygiene of tbe metropolis wu delivered
with a full appreciation ot tba benrflta to be
'rom some perfect understanding
i"''"'"""" piumoer ana sanitary en
gineer of such methods as are successfully
employed In the large oltles in tbe United
States. Tbe appropriation by the city of
London ia regarded only tt a beginning,
j and tbe Board of Alderman 'supplemented
I their resolution with a guarantee that an
other 40,000 would be forthcoming should
j It be found neoesstry for the advancement
! of the undertaking. The Prince expresses
nimseii as uetng veryl sanguine ot the suc
cess of tbe International Health Exhibi
tion, and sayt tbat It will undoubtedly rival
the Fisheries Exhibition tn it financial and
JorruL oban gem a it.
The Orangemen are Joyful In their suc
cess in forcing tbe government to pro
claim tbe proposed great meeting of the
National Leaguers at Newry. The pro
clamation Issued yesterday prohibits both
League and Orange assembles, but as tbe
Orange meeting was proposed merely at
a bluff the Orangemen care nothing that
they are lnoluded in the degree to long ae
they have suooeeded la preventing a dt
S?d,e'fltebf th,,r "'-Kooltts. They
decided to employ similar tisouot whene'er
opportunity offers. Should they do so
tbs Leaguers might be entirely debarred
from indulging tn those demonstrations so
dear to the Irish heart and so helpful In a
TO THE SOUTH POLS.
The intrepid Dr. Nordentkjold, whose .
late Northern expedition wss so highly suc
cessful, Is not disposed to rest Idle upon bis
laurels, but is now proposing to organise
an expedition to tbe South Pole, to start ia
1880. He estimates the oott of such an en
terprise at fl, 000,000. In advocating It he
refers to our Ignorauca of tbe Southern Po
lar region, and gives bis reasons for believ
ing tbat in exploration of the Antartlo Clr
cle will result invaluable additions to scien
tific knowledge. Tbe project seems to meet
with favor, and the Professor has no doubt
but that the funds necessary to properly
conduct tbe expedition will be forthcom
Conductor and Driver (Shot.
Cincinnati, Nov. 30. At 1 o'clock this
morning, Frank Atkins, living tn the
northeastern portion ot tbe city, known as
Waluut Hill, wat awakened by firing. He
looked out of a window and found a street
ear standing still. As he approached It a
man stepped off tbe car, fired at him and
tan. Entering the car b found John Cot
grove, tbe oar driver, and Wm. Swift, the
oenduotor, bleeding and uncontolous on
the loor. He drove tbe car to the stable
and called sturgeon. The men remained
unoouscious. Their wonnds being In tbe
abdomen, it Is supposed will naoestarlly
prove fatal. There ware no witnesses to tbe
shooting, but parties who got off that car
before tbe shooting tell ot a quarrel be
tween tbe conductor and a passenger, and
this passenger is supposed to be the maa
wbo did tbe shooting.
nr ' Oil Exoliemomt lm Iowa.
Vistoh, Ia., Nov. 80. Great excite
ment exists over the discovery ot indica
tion! ot large quantities of petroleum at
this plaoe. Boring wat begun this morn
ing Under tbo Utio-uu m jmi
vubsu on men trom Pittsburg aad Oil
Joe Jeffereon all Bight.
Peoria, III. , Nov. 30. Joe Jefferson baa
recovered tbe us of bis voioe and baa gone
to Clnulnnatl to play.
CATTLE Receipts 9,000; steady;
exports W 00,-30 75; goou to choice
Shipping quoted at $6 00 (36 10; common
to (air H MM 00.
HOQ3-. Receipts 52.000 aotlva and ouiet.
Ilgnt at $4 Uf5 00; rough packing
K 50(3 95; heavy paoking and shipping
to 00(00 00.
CATTLE Exporters SO lOYoM 40; rood
to heavy do ft oOido 00: light to fair U Sfrei
35 ; common to medium tt 40(34 10: fair
to good Colorado $4 OOfdi 40; south wett fa lo
B486; grass Texana $3 00fo)i i5; light to
good stockers $H bOCdi 75; fair to good fetd
ers3 7.504 25; common to choice native
oowt and heifers W 7ofo4 35; soillawegt ot
any kind 'J b0il 70.
n0U3-Recelpt 10,947 head: shipments
bead. Market active, York
are selling at $4 tloroH 70, rough mixed
at 4 60(94 85, and butcners steady at 4 94
fio 30; packers paying $4 85(35 JO.
SHEEP-Common. medium light tJCKXa
g 10; fair to good 3 'iifdi 50; prime tS ev
04 00; fair to good Texaas 74
WHEAT Decemoer 1 OIK; Ftbrutrj
1 06H; Januarv 104HD; Mavl 10X91 llJf
CORN December 4oM; January 404(b)
47; February 47b.; Mav 51 H to MX,
OAl'S-Decemoer- i8Sb; January 39i;
Fsbruary ; May 84 to 84 ; yeerilSXb.
WHEAT December $1 03b. ; ysarfl !b.
January (1 U4X01 05; February
U utJM; May$l lux.
CORN December 49V: year i9 Jaa
uay 40K; February 43H; May tH.
OA 1'6 December 'Mi; ytar 28; Jan
aary K; February It; May UK.
WHEAT Docemoer 81 11; January
U 18v:; February U 15V; Metl 30X.
CORN Docemoer 83H; January 4X;
February 84X; May 60H.
OATS Decemoer 37 i January 88 Ji;
February 39 li; May 41 X.
BUTTER-Creamory at 3337 to 3d for
seieoiiont, a abadc more in a small way:
aeoondta, dairy rates. Dairy at 2eVattu
tor cboioe to fancv to 83 for selections;
fair loil6; low grade 6710. Oood to
eholca near-by In pails eVal5.
POULTRY-Dretted, Spring ohlckent
email V 25:fair to oholce.$300 a)3 75;
choice 3 50; Old chickens-Cocks W4i 75;
mixed, S3 7oV3 00; bans, 3 M'
turkeys, f6913 V doxen; accoidtng to slat,
and dresaed at Yeyl2o per lb. ; ducks td Ou
M 60; Oeete (SroMi.
ZGGS-Recelpu 303 pks. In better de
Band and firm at34rti2bo tor good marks.
Wheat arrived dull, fair demand; cent
arrived unchanged. -Wheat a arrive
dull and oorn firm. Mark Laac
Wheat steady and corn firm. Ceuotry
markets quiet. California wheat to arrive
advanoed 64. 8pot wheat doll; No. t
spring 8 td : No. 8 spring none la market;
Wcatern winter oa od; Mixed Wsstera
corn strong at 5s 7d. Demand
tram Continent aad United Kiagdaat B04
Bjtaah doiag ,n wheat aa4jsoja