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CAIRO DAILY RTTLLET1N,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY MORNING. DECEMBER lSTlTO
PB0FKH8ION At. CAKUB.
QEORGE II. LEACH, M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Bpeeial attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of Mimical dlese. and disease of women
OFFICE On Uih trot, oppceit tb Poet
ottce, Cairo, 111,
JJR. J. K. STRONG,
119 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR. EUtCTBO-VAPOB aiD MEDIO ATKD
A lady la attendance.
B. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICB-Itfeta Street, near Coma ereUs'. Avert
R. K W. WHITLOCK,
Omos-No. 1M Conmmlil Arena e, belwtea
let: I' and Hliita Street
HE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
Tl OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking Busine
"gNTERPRISE HAYING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
Commercial Avenue and Eiifhth Street
T BHOBS, President. I P. NBFF, Vic Pres'nt
H. WELLS, Cashier. T. J. Kerth, Am'i casta
F. Bros. C!ro I William glut. .Cairo
Peter Neff " V ullam Wolf....
C.M Oeterloh. ...... " IC.iX Fatter
I. A.Bader " I H. Welle.
J. T. Clem'on, Caledonia..
AGEJKRAL BANKING BUSINESS" DONE.
Bzchance sold and bought. Interest paid It
the Htvtat; Department. Collection mads and
ail bailnees prompt); attended to.
X36 &X38 Com'l Ave.
have received a fall and complete Una
ol new Fall and Winter
Cloaks, Polmans, Kotions, Etc.
A heavy atock of Body Brussel, Taper
trie and Ingrain
A fall atock of Oil Cloth, all a lie and price.
deed oat at great bargain.
All Oooda At Bottom Price!
Mrs. J. S. HACKER,
Cor. Washington At., Fourth St.
Fall (lock or material for
Art : Needle -: Work,
' Zephprs of all Shades.
Onaon given la Arraaen. Orders for
I aaa tneroiaerj soiwvaa.
wp n r
A fall and complete atock t now being;
A Household Article for I'nl'rersal
For Bcarlet and
Typhoid Fa vera,
Sorv Throat, Nmall
Pox, Measles, and
II Contagious IJiaeaxes. Persons waiting on
the Sir k should me it freely. Scarlrt FVver has
aever been lennwn to spread where the F luid was
used. Yellow l ever has rw en cured with it attar
black vomit hail taken place. The worst
cues of Diphtheria yield to it.
anna refreshed and ' and
Bed Born prevent- PITTING of Small
ed by bathing wub
Impure Air made
harmless and purili xl.
For sore Throat it n a
For Fronted Feet,
&oft White Complez-
lona secured by its use.
5 hip Fever prevented.
To purify the Breath,
C'feanM the Teeth,
ft can't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
Marna relieved iruuetly.
preen t. y cured.
Wounds healed rapidly.
An Antidote for Animal
or Vegetable Poisons,
I used the Fluid during
our present affliction wiih
bearlet Fever with de
cided advantage. It is
Indispensable to the sick
soora. Wk. F. Saji
roao. Eyrie, Ala.
j Pol PREVENTED
I A member nf my fam
: ily was taken with
' Small-pox. used the
Fluid : the patient wae
1 not delirious, was not
pitted, and was about
; the houe again in three
weeks, end no others
had it. - J. W. Pakb.
I inson, Philadelphia.
The phrsWara hers
use Darbys Huid very
successfully in the treat
Tetter dried up.
L'loers purified and
In canes of Death It
should be used about
the corpse it will
prevent any unpleas
The eminent Phy.
MMS, M. I., New
York, san: "1 am
convinced Prof Darbys
Pmphyla. tic fluid is a
Vanderbilt I'oJvemlly, Naahvllle, Tenn.
1 testify to the niost excellent qualities of Prof.
Darbys Prophylactic Fluid. As a disinfectant and
detergent it is both theoretically and practically
superior to any preparation with which I am ac
quainted. N. T. Luton, Prof. Chemistry.
Darby Flnld I Recommended by
Hon. Alixamixk H. SrirHUNi, of Oorh'ia.
Rev. Cms. F. Dims, D.D., Church of the
Strangers, N. Y.;
ios. LaCorrra, Columbia. Prof , University, S.C.
lev. A. J. Battli, Prof, Mercer University;
Rev. Geo. f. Pikkcs, fcishup M. E. Church.
INDL5FENH A FILE TO EVEKV HOME.
Perfectly harmless. Used internally or
externally for Man or bat.
The fluid has been thoroughly tested, and we
have abundant evidence that it has d ne everything
here claimed, f jr fuller information get of your
Druggist a pamphlet or send to the proprietors,
J. II. ZEILIN St CO.,
ManuCseturing Chemists. PH 1 1 A Dfc LI'H I A.
W. BTRATTON, Cairo. T. BIRD, Mlaaouri.
STRATTOX & BIRD,
N. K Ohio Levee, Cairo, I'l.
"s.iat A nirlcan Powaor Co
J-Jm E. INCE,
Manufaoturer md Dealer In
fXh Streei,, between Coin'l Ave. .,ud Lcvcc.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMUMTION.
tafea Reaalred. All Rinds ol Kevs Made.
N"BW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety St net
IN TII.K CITY.
(iOOJ)S SOLD VERY CLOS
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Xr, Nineteenth street 1 p.. J t,n fl I
Commerc'al AvnniH r Villi if. Ills
Mi. n. initn.
I0BE1IT A. "ITH.
. SMITH BROS'
Grand .Central Store.
O'IKO. - TLX..
Boot & Shoe
No. 90 Com'l Ave., Bet. 6th & 6th Hts
Jaet'lrecelvod a fall line of
FALL and WINTER GOODS
which he will cll at the lowoit hnttom prices. H
comprises the best of bT. LOUIS IIAND MADK
and of BOSTON MANCFACTURKS. LADIK8'
end CiULDRBN'd SHOES, and OKNTS' HUB
B1R BOOTS andSHOKS.
l9"We also make to order anything In our line
ftat bell material and workmanship.
Eg"." . ..'Ll".''.".li" . ssss
BAD FOR MONTGOMERY,
The Drift of the Testimony in the
Emma Bond Caie.
The Young Lady's Testimony Corrobora'
jd In Important Particulars by
A Dtf Toe Nail Enters the Cane a
Damning Witness Against
Tee Trlbane tad the Typoe-A Proteti
AtUart SxbMtlooa Ndvipape
Chanfae Eli for I,yDahio.
ITiUATtoitO, 1 1., Dec 14. Thf Cnmt
Bond case wa opened this moming by
to examination of Lvirince Blnlein, an
Uitej ti !ebn C. Montgomery. His test I
root y ripened with a statement that, aa Mrs.
PHtus, L Pettus and Clementl wrre re
'TrTTllor one frem 0l. Bond's after
'i'king Emma borne, tbe morning after the
outrage, tbey stopped at bis bouse and
Mrs. Tetlus told Mm about it. He wanted
Lee to coma In and answer a few questions,
but be refused to do so. After that be told
Lee and Clementl be wanted them to go and
alarm tbe neighbors, but tbe later objected
because be would
HAVK TO GO O.N FOOT,
and neither of them went. Tbe witness
reached tbe scbool-bcuse about daylight.
II took a light and examined tbe school
bouse loft, where he found a bat, a para
sol, a piece of newspaper and a scarf-pin.
Tbe scarf-pin was identified sa having be
longed to Miss Bond. A bole ten Inches
long aad two incbea wide was found freshly
cut In tbe weather boarding Just above a
small platform In the weat end of the loft.
It appeared to bave been cut by a dull knife,
which bad a nick in tbe blade. A pte e of
lioard was exhibited and
IDENTIFIED BY THE WITNESS
as, the one cut from tbe scbool-bousi.
The platform wa alx feet long and tbreo
feet wide. Tbe scarf-pin was found on the
north side of It. Tbe wltoess then went on
to detail a conversation with John C. Mont
gomery on the day after tbe outrage. At
tbe first one Montgomery asked if Clementl
bad made a confession Implicating him and
to tbe laughing reply of the witness that
Clementl bad don so, Montgomery said he
did not see bow tbat could be. At tbe se
cond conversation Swlck and tbe witness
met Montgomery and George Pettus a bro
ther of Lee, In tbe road near Grove City
from his borse and engaged Swick and the
witness In conversation. He again asked if
Clementl bad implicated him, and said be
did not see bow be could. 6wlck went on
to tell him that there were a number of cute
on Miss Bond's neck, and tbat dementi's
Anger bad been bitten. Tbe witness said
tbat be was not clear as to Montgomery's
reply, and then Judge Thornton objected
to his tflving any ol the conversation. The
jury was sent out-while tbe witness was
beina e-xamlned, U determine whether be
'ould give tbe substance of the talk. Hein-
eln bas been quite sick lately, and
HIS MIND WAS NOT CLEAR.
Thornton succeeded In befud ding bis brain
more, and be wss compelled to leave the
court room to gain a breath of fresh air. It
was evident tbat tbe witness could give tbe
substance of tbe story. But Judge Thorn
ton pushed bis investigation to show tbat
tbe admissions made were given upon
protection or fear of a mob, and tbeie was
a long fight over tbe legality of such evi
dence. Tbe contest took the same ground
that was gone over yesterday, when tbe
defense attempted to have Swick's testi
mony excluded. Judte Phillips took tbo
same view as nn yesterday, and allowed
tbe testimony to go to tbe Jury. Helnleitt
CONTINUED HIS TESTIMONY,
iind said that when Swick told Montgom
ery tbat tbere weie a number of soratcbes
and oats on Miss Bond's neck, and that
Clementl's finger (bad been bitten, be
(Montgomery) exclaimed: "My God, what
shall we lb!" Tbe witness then detailed
tbe conversation betweeu himself, Swick
and Montgomery. Swlck told tbe accused
tbat it be knew anything be ought to give it
awsy, so that be and Pettus could put it on
to Clementl, und suggested that be send for
Lee Pettus. Montgomery asked if ho
would be i rotected If be knew anything and
would give it away, and after some further
conversation sent for Lee Pettus. Just
about tbat time.
MONTGOMERY WAS ARRESTED
ly a constable and taken to Taylorville.
Vitnei did not see blm until a few days af
terwards, when be wa in Jail. He then
r-aid that be bad seen Clementl. "He Is all
solid," said Montgomery, "and has given
nothing away." Witness also dotalleda
conversation with Montgomery in Grove
City after his release from Jail. Returning
to the school bouse, witness said he found
a pool of blood on the floor, Just beneath
the scuttle-hole. This was In corrobora
tion of Miss Bond's statement yesterday,
tbat in attempting to get up she fell and
CATJ8KD HER NOSE TO BLEED.
Witness stated tbat be picked up some balr
Just beneath tbe edge of tbe platform In tbe
school house loft, but was not then per
mitted to exhibit It In court. Part of this
hair was twelve inches or more long and a
part of It was short.
Court adjourned till this afternoon.
BAD FOR MONTOOMERT.
W. R. Ettzworth, of Taylorville, the un
willing witness for whom an attachment
was Issued, was brought In this morning.
The report of tbe offloer sent for blm bas
not yet been made to tbe court. Tbls wit
am will testify to the fin ding of a toe nstl
la the school house loft, which will fit the
Urge toe of one of Montgomery's feet.
Bile for Ljaoblnc.
Dayton, Ohio, Deo. li.-Two tramp
were arrested this morning answering tbo
doaoilptlou T n by the J tie girl Clara May
Eby, who was brutally assaulted yosterday
near her paronls' residence, Intense ex
oltsmsnt prevails. The country people are
fathering In large crowd,, and if ideutlfjod
ejrond a doubt tbe tramp will surely be
Jmaksox Cwifi Mo., Deo. U.-Prof.
lumao Pats has Issued a olruular calling
ooaveallon oi sulored tsaubsrs ol tbla 8iutu
to msstlB tats ally. Deo, M. Tbls win iu
lbs firtl rsiulaf orgauUod aduoaUonal ""
vantlan sver bold by tbe wlwed peoyiu -.
Rhftf ti n hast Waralnsr.
K INCFNNER, Ind., Dec. H.-Part'etittir
were received this evening M tbe muMerr,
Victor Joseph by Dr. Hughes of Annapo'is.
little Village In Crawford coumy, Iil.,
Tuesdsy bight, Joeph was en
gaged In eggint Hughes a frw
weeks ago with several other youths,
but tbe difficulty was dropped. Tuesday
evening Joseph was walking down tu
street with bis bands in his pockets When
Hugbei approached and without sword
tired, killing the bojr InsUfttly. H tithes
rnns t drug etft IH Annv
pol is, and It Is only during Mi fat three
year that be ho been an tkernplury
citizen. Ill victim Is the Son nt a former
honored Citlaen tf the pUee,
William Joseph, a justice nf
the peace Who committed suicide Insl
winter. The boy was a bad citizen and
was recently nearly Kilted in a eitttlno'
enpe, Hushes is In custody,
The rrlbnne aad tbe TWO.
New York, Dec. 14. There is at pres
ent no sign of any approaching reconcilia
tion between the union compositors and
Tribune office, from which tboy were so
suddenly locked out, Mr. Thompson, fore
man of tbe Tribune composing room, said,
yesterday, he bad simply discharged tbe
men because they were not working for thi
Intrrebta of tbo paper. He ran his depart
meet, be added, on a purely commui't al
basis and bad the riijht to employ or Un
charge any one be chose. A policeman re
mained on guard about the building
throughout tbe day and nlitbt. Altliini .'h
there was a number of compositors cluster
ered sbout tbe neighborhood there was no
disturbance of any kind. Last night Mr.
Thompson said everything was goinir along
monthly as be bsd sufficient force to do (he
A Protest Asralnst Salomons.
Ql'lNCY, III., Dec. 14. -A general move
ment in this State by insurance companies
to readjust tbe rates, which means an ad
vance in many places, bas raised trouble
here. Rates on factories and many other
closes of buildings have been raised, in
many cases fifty and seventy-five per cent.
Business men are protesting, and will nold
a meeting next week to thoroughly canvass
the matter. A large amount of insurance
has been placed in Chicago companies,
none doing business here, sod hence not in
Llvi James, a full-blooded Choctaw,
was shot to death at Buck Creek Court
bouse, Indian Natton yesterday, for tbe
murder of James Tulson, July 4, 1882.'
Sherburne A. Strong and rejected lover,
shot himself ou leaving tbe bouse of his
charmer. If be lives they'll make It
Tbe American Base Ball Association
closed Its session at Cincinnati yesterday.
Nine firemen were Injured at tbe mill
fire in Lowell this inornlne.
Waterloo, III., Deo. 14. Geo. K.
John, publisher and proprietor of tbe Mon
roe Frele Presse of tbls city, bas sold tbat
paper to tbe limes Stock Company, and re-
Vned tbe management of tbe Waterloo
Times, wblcb be edited for the past three
years. J. A. Erepps of tbe Highland
Telephone, has taken charge of the Times
and Ludwlg Pllger will hereafter edit the
Hope for HIrka.
Cairo, Deo. 14. A dispatch was receiv
ed here to-day from Khartoum reasserting
the itory the Austrian consul recently tele
graphed from Khartoum, tbat only one
third of Hicks Pasha's army had been de
stroyed in the battle with El Mabdi, adding
tbat Hicks Pasha was at present safe at
Birkett. The story Is, however, discred
ited. First Snow.
Bloominotox, III., Dec. 14. Tbo
weather during tbe paU 34 hours has been
quite cold, and this morning tbe first snow
of tbe season fell.
Tbe general offices of the Lake Eric and
Western road were moved to-day to thli
city from Lafayette, lnd.
Let II I m Hans;.
Di'DMV, Dec. 14. Cardinal MuCabe in
a pastoral letter advise all priests under
bis Jurisdiction to decline to stgu a petition
to reprieve Joseph Poole, who is to be ex
ecuted ou Monday next for the murder ol
Carried Off by Paralysis).
Vaxdalia, III., Dec. 14. Mrs. Barbara
Campbell, aged 75, and one of the olilcst
settlers in Fayette county, died but night
of paralyitis. She was heiress to a large
fortune in England.
One to a Fas)t Life.
New York, Dec, 14. EH B. Clark, con
fidential clerk 'for Bee bes A Good win, cotton
merchants, bas absconded after defalcations
amounting to 115,000. He bad been living
a dissolute life.
Attains! the Western Cnlon.
New York, Dec. 14. Tbe suits brought
some time ago by Iiufua Hatch against the
Western Union Telegraph company and Us
directors have been discontinued by orJei
ol tbe court.
Til El K B it KINO.
How the Rival Candidates fur the Sc.
Louie Pos'ofBoe are Sustained.
St. Louis, Dec. 14. A local paper pub
lishes a list and statement of tbe backers ol
tbe rival applicants for the St. Louis Pott
office, from which it appear that Mr. Fll
ley has no petition, but there are 1,400 let
ter on file with the Postmaster General
from prominent republicans ail over the
s ate urgently requ -stlng his appolntim-iM.
T u se come from all .'actions of the K puii
I can party, all professions, all tra l s and
II conditions of men, all colors, mid all
oastes, without regard to previous friend
ship or hostility, the eenersl belief being
that the one thing needful for the party in
t ie state Is tojrestnre harmony by one graud
rally around tbe old reliable leader. The
m iveinent was spontaneous, and is almost
u.iaulmous. Of his rivals,
Bennett's backers, si glveu, number
F-shback's endorsers comprise a total of
six and the man who solicited the name
afterwards wrote a letter endorsing Fllley.
Well's list shows a total of 17, besides
K-niaa nan awl the Qiobe-Domourat,
Ex-Senator Rogers completes the Htt
with 17 slgncia.
Tbe appointment vf Chauuceyt,
will be regarded ai showing a desire, ua the
part of tb administration to rsipeut tbe
wiaheecf Republicans ta Ubuu4 a4
UusUtoii, UV laUey 4 U etaasiaUSIrU
ASHAMED OF THEMSELVES
The State Bilk -tOfealng OommitU ia
The Why and the Wiettior 6t their
ClliriT Ifcfetfeer e Mystery
RT. LOCI4, Dets IsWPhere was IM.
tertous gathering tt Republican statesmen
IntheeUythts menlnfi thejr tame from
ail quarters ot the I tale, and persUtently
tlenied all knowledge tt a previous arranges
meat. Nevertheless, they quietly arid unan
imnnsly sallied torts from their veral
hotels at 10 o'nlocs let, morning, and ss
unanimously filed Into the office of Caven
tier Rowie, Hearths aorner ot E'rhth
ami olive, Halt an hour later a reporter
discovered tt tn bs a special meeting of the
Van Horn Itepubllrisn Ptate C n!fsi C"m
mlttee, Which hU for Its officers Col. R. T.
Van Horn, president, and H. N. Webb,
secretary, The following; member Wer
At Large T B. UptOB, K. C. Bureti,
R. T. Vsn Horn, Chester tl. Krum.
H Distrlot 11. If, Webb, I). , Hoop,
2nil-tVesley A. Jacobs, L. T. na'fleld,
3d-lra B. Hyde, Wlnfleld Miller.
4th A. C. Dawes, Layman Psreber.
Otb It. C. Crowe 11, R. Baldwin.
fitb Albert Parker, Geo. H. Wallace.
7th Theo. Ware, John L. Martin.
8th Wm. Lethmar, W. W. Judy.
9th E. S. Bowse, P. C. Bunkly.
lOth-Henry Manlstre, R. C. Allen.
lltb-S. D. Lawther, W. H. Murphy.
12th C. G. Burton, M. d. Cowles.
13th J. W. LIsenby, F. M. Young.
14th J. H. Chase, Alex. Ross.
0 1 the appearance of Mr. Van Horn the
doors were p.omptly closed and an execu
tive session ordered. But It was laughable
to hear the Individual version of tbe cause
of tbe meeting.
Mr. Van Horn said: "Well, we bave
Just been called to talk over tbe coming
campaign. We bave no special business
except to act In conjunction with tbe Na
Mr. B. S. Rowse remarked: "This
meeting Is called by Mr. Van Horn, chair
man, and be alone can tell you tbe pur
pose. I am not advised in tbe matter at
Mr. N. C. Burcb added: "I there going
to be a meeting of tbe committee f Well, I
Just beard of it by accident, this morning,
and of course I know nothing." But the
old Journalist arched his eyebrows and
winked at his fellow-Journulist, Mr. Bald
win. Mr. H. S. Webb said: "Can't tell you
anything about It. I sent out notices by
order of Mr, Van Horn, that's all I know."
Tbe committee remained in session until
1:30 o'clock, and after it adjournment It
was ascertained tbat the purpose of tbe
meeting was to make the necessary arrange
ments for holding a State convention and
preparing a policy for tbe next campaign,
Tbe fact ot Its meetlne tt this time was to
scoop tbe Fllley committee and get tbe
bulge on tbe national attention. The dele
gates are exceedingly reticent about re
sults. THE UIUBEE-VAIGHAN RICHNESS.
The Mother of the Plaintiff Telia the Story
of Her Daughter's Wrongs.
Xkw York, Dec. 14. Miss Annie
Evadue Hlgbee, who claims to be Mrs. J.
Walter Vaugban, resides with her parents
in one of a row of neat wooden cottages in
Malbon street, east of Flatbush avenue. L.
1. Her mother, a well-preserved and
pleasant little woman, received a corres
pondent courteously yesterday, and In re
latton to tbe suit for abandonment brought
by h r d in M r uzalnst Mr. Vaughn, she
said: "I wish tbat you would state most
positively that we are not seeking pecuni
ary satisfaction In tbls matter; all we ask Is
Justice. Our dauubter bos been grievously
wronged, and we, her parents, are going
to see her righted so far as
it is In our power to do so. Either she
Is this man's wife, or be is answerable for
a great outrage committed upon ber. It
was the desire of her father and myself to
have this thing settled quietly. .We were
going to this young man's father to state
tbe facts aud endeavor to obtain Justice,
but in some way tbe mutter
GOT INTO THE NEWSPAPER,
and then we had no resource but to bring
It before the courts. It bas.been unfortunate
for our children tbat both their father and
myself bave been engaged away from borne
for a great part of tbs lime, and therefore
h ive not been able to give them as much ot
our care as we should bave liked. Our old
est girl, Annie, has bad for some time, al
most tbe entire charge of the house. Here
in Flatbush we are almost entire
strangers, and the only one ot these
people tbat I bave previously been ac
quainted with Is Mrs. Uamblin. It was
through her introduction that Annie first
became acquainted with the Vaugbans.
Tuem was to be an entertainment In the
church, and It seems that no one oould be
obtained to take the part la the dialogue
with this Mr. Snyder, and to Mrs. Ham
bliu A.tkKD A.NNIK TO DO IT.
She consented, and lu tbls way she became
intimate with this set. Vaugban took a
fancy to my daughter and was Jealous of
John Snyder, aud tbe sociable at Case's was
the first time he was with ber when Snyder
was not present. A she relates It to me
she was one of a gruup of girls who were
listening to a story tbat was being related
by Miss Mowliu, when Mr. Vaugban oame
ami put his arm around bar waist and
said: 'Annie, coino with me. I want you
to marry me.' Well, she went wite him,
and at first tboug ht It a Joke, but after tbe
in trrlage bad beeu solemnized be took her
one side and said: 'Now, Annie, this Is
earnest; this will stand law.' At first she
poubtcd It, but be was so positive In hit
atsursnce tb it at last , feeling flattered tt
CHOSEN AS A WIFE
by one she liked, she said: "Well, tt It Is
so I suppose we must so regard It," and
then she says that they went up to Mr. Case
tnd tbeu to Mrs. Hsroblin, to whom
Annie saldj "Allow me to introduce my
husband, Mr, Vaugban." Mn. Hamblln
said; "Why this it very sudden." tnd Mr.
Vauzhtn said: "Yes, It Just took plane on
lha lawn," Well, on learning of my
daughter's marriage I oanie home, and two
days ttter OIT arrival ( learned from ber
that tb marriage bad been consummated,
tnd of oourae It wot time that something
siiouldJbe done. I wens to tbit Mrs.
Uiinblln, who, a I btv said, waa tb only
lady that I knew, and 1 Mked bar about
It, 3be begged mo tor tb take of the
e-iiuojk ao tadoaoytbjnff tor tear of ma
klnc tooabie, and ih said ajut th
ettittteej wbetuer m J.
W had taken pltee or let, O i eaamHlnf
v lawyer, be atlvHtd n that
nt-tt tUTORm Wtl IMlWf NARNI1B
and that ibe would he liable to tranfile at
terwinls Meald sheatteeipl to eaivraet aa
other msrtlSte, lid I, taQtn life Hiljouf,
win were rereed teetther hmthts M-rr-.a
pro'ihuhtsd ultras It ufldeunteuij- Is In tl
stgbl et rjd, er eln that my iiHtiguter
shall be declared tmt htm lnlsira
ve shall knew wtettedei"
"Do you antletpats aay ibtImis eons
quence ffomtblS ewHntirin, Mrs, Hl
No, tin very fertuwaiwrithirs nt tbs
kind it posiibn
TamaTaVb, Dee, 14,-Tbe French fan
no notice en shore befora eomme nfllng the
bombardment yesterday, hor WAS any offer
ma le for securing tbe safety nt British cltl
j!n by taking tbetu en ships, Oh leif ng
Vohemsr the FWheh offered to enhvey the
British aubjieta tn the bombarded region
to Tamateve. This offer was accepted, SS
the peepla along the eoast had Inst evirys
thing and feared resentment by the Mr
fives, who, It Was apprehended, might
hold them responsible for their mlstoN
nines. When tbe fleet Was passing Mahsttts
bo and returning to Ttmatave the French
commodore observed a Hovel flag again
flying. He thereupon resumed the bom
bardment, thli being tbe third assault. AN
ter firing many thou tbe ship psd on,
leaving tb flag still flying,
London, Deo. 14. Tbe hangman hasar
rived to make preparation for the execution
of O'Donnell. The Amcrloan minister sayt
be is not free to dlsouss tbe steps taken to
o tstn a nsplte. He Is hampered tn ap
proacbing the British Government by ibe
r suit of tbe Lsmson case. lie reportsthat
tbe Jurymen bave been (teen, and tiat ee
forts were unavailing to get tbe n to join ft
a memorial respite.
COTTON MILL FIRE.
London, Deo. 14. Tbe cotton mill of
Jones A Co., at Leigh, burned this morn
Ing; Lou, 30,000.
Rome, Dec. 14. The German minister
to tbe Vatciau and Cardinal Jacoblnl tl a
a conference upon tbe question f tbe Car
dinal's visit on bebaif of the P pe to tb
Crown Prince of Germany, t.i re aim for tbe
Prince's visit to the Pope. The question It
a difficult one, as the Prince will stop at the
Pulse ' Quirlnal, tbe residence of the
Cairo, Dec. 14. Tbe Kowawcer tribe
report Hicks Pasha at Birket November
15, but tbat communication woe cut off by
tbe Gawama tribe. This newt is not credit
St. Petersburg, Dec. 14. The Nihi
list, Rutchkoff.who escaped from prison at
Charkow, returned to free his companions
aud was seized by tbe guards, when be shi t
a genedea. m and then himself fatally:
Vienna, Dec. 14. The Socialists on
trial at Loeben bave been acquitted of high
Slock Raiaer'a Suicide.
WKLLaviLLB, III., Dec. 14. Geo. K.
Slowion, a wealthy ttock-ralser, committed
suicide Wednsday by cutting bis throat with
bstttfhar knife: pusi, dviuostiu liuubtos.
CATTLE Receipts 6,000; strongerj
exports W 50(37 80; eoou to caoiao
shipping quoted at $7 75 rati 20; common
to (sir $! 2dftS 65.
HOGS-RcceiuU 36,000 active and weak,
djbt at S4 6515 15; rou'h packing
H 70r35 20; heavy packing and tnipptug
6 20(95 75.
CATTLE Exporters $6 10O4 40; rood
to heavy do $5 00(4(1 00; light to fair U gdO
5 2fi; common to medium $4 4004 90; fair
to goodColorado$400(3o 40; southwest $3 7j
34 85; grass Texans $3 004 -Jfl; liht to
good stock ors 4 !0ti 75; fair to good feed
ers 3 75(34 25; common to choice native
oows and heifers $2 75(34 25; soallawa of
any kind $2 ftOftii 75.
HOGS Receipts 8,566 head: shipments
2,930 head. Market unsettled. Pack
ers selling at $4 09(35 10 for rough mixed :
and butchers steady at $6 4U
SHEEP Common, medium and llght$2(a
8 10; fair to good 3 25(33 50; prime 3 6J
134 00; fair to good Texan, $2
WHEAT Decemner 97 X: February
98K;Januarv 97 V; Mav 1 06 X .
CORN December 58; January 68;
February A8; Mav 61 W.
OATS December 34X; January 84K;
February 35; May 38 Si.
WHEAT-Deoembe,- $1 00V: voar -tanuarv
10102X; February l 04 b.;
May $f lift ; March $1 OtiX.
COUN December 47 : year ;Jan-
jay 49368X; February 60; May 64
OATS De sember 30 X ; year ; Jan
uary 81X b; February 32 b; May llo
WHEAT December 1 13V; January
tl 13W: February H 15V; May$120's
CORN December 65; January 65;
February 66; Mav 69.
OATS December 80 X; Jauuary 40 X;
February 41 H ; May 41.
JLT ER Creamer? it 84(335 to 38 for
selections, a shade more in a small way;
seconds at 25t3i8. Dairy at AVail
for ohotoe to fanoy, to 29 for selections;
fair 12(316; low grade 8(310. Poor to
choice near-by in pails 8T315.
POULTRY-Dressed, 8pring chickens
small $1 75(32 00: fair to ouoloe.M iV2 50;
obolce 2 75! Old ohlokens Cocks Wr32 75;
mixed, $3 75(93 00; bens. ti 75;
tnrkeva. lfi39 V dozen: aocoiding to sizi.
and dressed at 18314o per lb. ; ducks W OJ
(33 50; Geese $336.
E(iGS-Recelpt 001 pkg. In better de
mand and slow tt 24c. tor good to choices
V heat arrived quiet tnd heavy) eerik
armed unohtuged. Wheat to arrivo dull
and corn quiet. Mark Lane W bust dull
and corn Arm. Country markets quiets
California wheat to arrived declined Id.
Spot wheat dulls No. X ipriug, 8e 6d;
No. S iptlng. none in market; Western
winter. 6 rid. Mixed western corn arim
a Sa id. Demand from continent audi
United Kingdom, not rnuon doing, 1A wnj
ejAwsk . . . .