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flAIKQ. 1LUN018, SATURDAV M0RN1NH, DECEMBER 22 1883.
"CITY GUN STORE"
Oldest in the city; eatablishwHn 186.
Oom'l Ave., between Mb and lOlh 8u.
KAlfUfACTCBgit DKALKR IS ALL KINDS
anBSulUooof til descr plone i in on hand si
Qstertl repairing In all kind of metal". Keys
f all descriptions entile to order, tod satisftettoa
varratited. Ulvt me t rail, tnd he eonvioi-ed for
inmir. tt tassgnuftbs "BIO GO."
JOHN A. KOKHLEIi.
tt-ea Proprietor. Cairo, Ill
W. bTBATTOS, Ctiro. T. BIRD. MUtoort.
8TEATT0S & BIED,
Its. H Ohio Leves, Ctiro. I'!,
ot'ifsai A-atriesa Poilr Ca
IS S SIT t. MtTS.
Grand Central Store.
p4T E. INCE
Boot & Shoe
So. 90 Cora'l Ave., Bet. 5th & 6th Stfl.,
Jjtt Motived full lin of
fLL and WINTER GOODS
whlcB h will tell tt the lowest bottom prices. It
Mprtses the nest of ST. Louts' HAND MADS
iB4Pof B08TOS MANUFACTURES. LADIES'
Slid CHILDREN' SHOES, ud OSSTa' KCB
JEtt BOOTH tnd SHOES. ,
rar-We also mtke to order anything 10 our line
f tbe beat material tod workmanship.
Mrs. J. S. HACKEll,
Cor. Washington Are., Fourth St.
Fall stock of materials tor
Art -:- Needle -:- Work,
Zephprs of all Shades.
tflrLtMoni given ti Arrasens. Orders for
J0ST OFFICE RESTAURANT
A.DSIT BROS- Proprietor
Washington Ate. and Uth 8t , Cairo, III
ssMsalo served t til hours sight h4 f.
yejeraewsv u npuwn .viiw.i.
1 A- "Jil Levee.
.jXlNO A. SPECIALTY
TVISUS OF AMCXITI03.
Jfr. A" K1"1ot K-v. Made.
Impurity of thr
Ttlmxl, Feer tnd
and all Dltatt
rouMd by l)n-
rangemeot of Liver, Howell tnd Kldneye,
TMPTOM8 OF A HISFASED LniB.
Bad Breath ; Pain in the Side, tomtume the
Pin it (tit under the Shouliier-biade, miitakea for
beumatum ; general iuti of appetite ; Bowcla
(cocrally cotuve, ometimee alternating with lax;
the head it troubled with pain, it dull ajd heavy,
with eonaiderable Inta of memory, accompanied
with t painful vntatum of leaving undone torncthing
which ought to have been dune; t iligtit, dry cougn
tnd flushed lace it tomeiima an attendant, oftea
nittaken for consumption; the patient complaint
of wearineu tnd debility; nervous, easily surtied;
ieet cold or burning, tnmctimet I prickly sensation
of the skin exists, spirits are low and despondent,
tnd, although satisfied that exercise would be bene
ficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try It in fact, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the disease, but caaet
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet
examination after death has shown the Liver to
btve beta extensively deranged.
II efcoetld b n4 by all pron, old aad
young, whenever any of the above
I TraveUna? or IJvlnar In ITn
heeUlhy Looalitite, oy uking a dose occasion
ally to Keep the Liver in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria, BlUout attacke, Dimness, Nau
tea. Drowsiness, Deprosion '( Spirits, etc. It
will invigorate like a glass of wine, but It do Id
If Tou have atn anything hard of
digestion, or feci heavy after meals, or lep
leee tt night, take a dose and you will be relieved.
Tim and Doctors' nil la will b. tavd
by always keeping the Regulator
In the Hoiitel
For, whatever the ailment my be, a thoroughly
aft purgative, alterative and tonic can
never be out of place. The remedy is harmlete
and doet not interfere with butinete or
IT IS PTRELT VKGETABIE,
And hat all the power and efficacy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injuries after effects.
A Governor Testimony.
Simmons Liver Regulator has been in use in my
tamilv for some time, and I am satisfied it it a
valuaUe addition to the medical science.
J Gili SHaKTta, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander If. Strphent, of Oa.,
says: Have derive i v me benefit Irom the use ot
Simmons Liver Regulator, and with to give it t
" The only Tiling that never tafia to
Believe." I have used manv remedies for Dys
pepsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never
nava found anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmons Liver Regulator has. I sent from Mm
aetata to Georgia lor it, and would send further for
such t medicine, and would advise all who are sim
ilarly affected to give it a trial as it seems the only
thing that never fall to relieve
P. M. Jnni-t, Minneapolit, Minn.
Dr. T. VI. Manon tayt: From actual ex
perience in the use of bimm .ns Liver Regulator m
y practice I have been and am satisfied to use
tad prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
Ita?Take only the Genuine, whieh always
has oa the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. II. ZEILIN It CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Two Nights and Matinee
Harrv J. Mortimer's
Friday & Saturday,
DEC. 21 & 22.
Btrtley Campbell's Latett S access.
How Women love.
Grand Matinee, Saturday Afternoon t
Toa Dellgbtfttl Comedy,
"Our Boarding House."
Keeerved teatt at Buder'i. Popo'tr price. JS,
80 and To centt. N ex'rt charge for reserved
tettt. Admission to matinee, M)ct; children, 35e.
136 & 138 Com'l Ave.
have received full tnd complete line
ol new Fall and Winter
DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS,
Cloaks, Dolmaiid, Xotions, Etc.
A heavy itoek of Body Brnsaelt, Ttpir
tnea and Ingrttn
fall Block of Oil Cloth, all tlstt tnd price.
rtlkinnr 9, Conlo' Litrnicn'nr Hnniio
A rail and complete stock is now being
aloeed oat at gnat bargaina.
11 Ooodti at Bottom Prioexit
Ull'i llllcl C. Ubllld
PETTUS ON THE STAND.
Contrary to Expectation., Lee Pettue
Teatiflea for the Defence.
H Accounts for Hit Whereabouts on the
Day the Outrage wn Committed.
naodidtU for tha Whipping PoetBrut
Hnnt'a IMurdarer Captured Qor
don't Ouardoa-Other Newt.
Hillsioho, III., Dec 21. -It wu
olared by lb protecutlou all along tbat tbe
Ufitette would Dot put L PettiM ou tbe
und, tnd there wat consldertble turpnte,
lietefore, when tbe tint thlnx Ihli moru
la : the defente called tbat defendant. He
..ml be wu boat la bed when be Urn
i.Mtrd of tbe ouirtge. Hit motber woke
mm and told blm. It had been raming the
'leftat before and tbat day wa too wet to
work In tbe bantaat laid, hot be did tome
Held work tod milking about II o'clock Id
'be rooming tod nailed up tbe fetine around
'be pasture. Tbe bortet and mules, bid
ot out Into tbe field. He wt at home tt
dinner. "John Montgomery and bli wife
re there, alio Owen Hart and wife,
U r. Jobn Montgomery, my iliter, and
:nere were aio Minnie and SUa, my tin it,
CROSSCD THI CFKBI
in tbe afternoon and wet my olotbe. Had
t same underoloibei on when Sheriff Ham
iimined my Olotbe.. Went baok to tbe
bumf , got paper and went and eat on tbe
ti(oo Id tbe teat. Don't remembe.
wbetber I went lo sleep or not. I wat
there btlf an bour. I left tbe wagon and
went btok to tbe houte; tit there and did
not do any work till late la the evening,
a I en I cut tome weeci. Saw Ciementi and
Moiugnmrv while cutting tbe weedi. I
then aad a J tupper. After eupper Mont
joinery ana bit wife went borne in tbe
u-cii tni took tbeir ohlld wltb them.
Wag not away from borne or tbe yard tbat
. it . Wat no nearer to the school houte
Uian aioihitr'i bouse that day."
By Juiltje Tnornton Did you go to tbat
s hool houie tbat day and ravltb Emma
B ml ?
"Did you conspire wltb others on tbat
ilay to ravish or outrage Emma Bond?"
"No. s.r. VV'hen I first saw Miss Emma
Bnd ou tbat diy the was lying on the set
tee lu tbe parlor. Mother united tbe shawl
.rum ber. She bad on a light dress. There
was s spot of blood on tt. She bad
Iter strut was cut and tbe left side of ber
face was out. D d not bear ber say much.
She h-ld up her band and said two tramp
in dark o othts aud white shirts bad out
iter In the school bouse. She said she
wanted to go borne. I got a team
out and look Miss Bond borne. Stopped at
John Montgomery's to get blm to go to our
nouse and proteot the girls while we were
.-one. When I got to Bond's Ciementi hal
oed lor blm. Tben Miss Bond called. He
came out and took ber In. She said two
arge men, wltb dark olotbet and white
shirts one with whiskers bad outraged
ber at tbe sobool bouse. Mr. Bond wrote
a description out and gave it to me, and I
went out and woke up Lawrenoe Heln elo,
Jacob Taiick y, Jones, and Samuel Uein
ieio. Cement! went wltb me. Ciementi
got out tfter we traveled btlf a mile, leav
ing motber and I in tbe wtgon. I drove
borne and Charley Montgomery and I went
up to Ed Montgomery's and told blm.
Than we went back to tbe school bouse.
THKRK WAS 1 CROWD
tt tbe school-house.
Witness was taken over the ground of
tbe scbool-bouse, and be told what tbe
Did not notice that Miss Bond's dress
a oaught in bar hoops. Did not say any
thing to Swlck about tbe pattern of Mtis
Bond's anderolotbing. Don't recollect
tbat Swlck asked me about It. Swlck and
Helnlem told me Ciementi and Montyom
ety bad confessed, and If I knew anything
I'd better confess. I told them I did not
know anything. The reason 1 did not go In
swimming w'.tb tbe boys was that the wa
ter was too dsep; I could not swim. Wit
rets denied the trutb of convict Meyer's
Witness was tben cross-examined by
Judge Vaodever as to distances, art 4 put
on record a to tbe sex of the stock, their
number, sbspe, and style of wagon, etc..
with tbe purpose of making bim contradict
what Ciementi bad said on a similar cross
elimination last evening.
Tbe croas-exsmloatlon laated an bour and
MRS. JOHIT MOSTOOMKST
was tben put on tbe stand and testified tbat
the dty of tbe outrage she took dinner with
the Pettus family and mentioned wbo were
tbere, sni in taswer to other questions,
stated where Jobn Montgomery, Ciementi
and Pet' us were tbat day and evening, cor
roborating the testimony of Pettus and
Mrs. Montgomery wu on tbe stand wheo
court adjourned at noon, and continued
giving ber testimony when the court met
a.aln at 2 o'clock. She was examined
closely as to tbe whereabouts of Ciementi
and Pettus tbst afternoon, and as to Miss
Bond's visit. It wu impossible to tell
vb-ther the proeecu'lon made any points
.ft of ber, as ber testimony was so o osely
lentlfled with tbat of the defendants.
Tbe Murderer ' Brace Hunt Cm piared.
Denvbr, Col., Dec. 31. T he negro,
Hi Ike." who murdered young Bruce
Hunt, at Durtngolast week, wuoaptured
Wednesday at tbe Southern Uta reserve
t on. As his pursuers came suddenly up-
n blm about daylight, sitting by a lire Just
'tiade, he Jumped and ran like a frighten
d deer to a precipice forty feet high, over
hich be leaped. He wu found at the hot-'i-ra,
terrlhly bruised, but alive, and
iimught to Durango last night. All talk of
lynching has subsided. Among tbe pur
suers were seveaty-flve Indians. The netrni
says he bad two accomplices in the bank
robbery, and refuse to glT" tholr nam.
The fir! Ctsaell dttie twr sk Whlpplnsf
Bloominotok, III., D p. 31. -Ro bert
U e'eh, quite a well-known ciiljen, was ar
rested here late lut evening, charged with
t ie crime ot wife-beating, having beaten
h i wife, a very estimable and respected
woman, in tbe most brutal manner, and
i fl o tng some very serious Injuries. Tbe
unreeling wretch will be prosecuted under
recent act of tbe Legislature making the
whipping poet the penalty for bis offense.
It will be the first prosecution tinder the
law in tbe 9 ate,
Btettsaship rtsroe BaMiMte.
law Yo, Deo. 31. Tbe sUsssoblp
lines have redueed th tit1 -el us fares frvsa
Buropa to tat). VtMM ks a war of nst).
Coino ie Hit Caatcleise.
Jor-UN, Ml, D o. 31. -Constable Short
bss arrested Cbas. Osborc, of tbls city, ou
t Chargo of seduction. Some time ago )
born won tbe conndeuue of Miss N. M.
Tsvlor, of Ualena, Km., and she will soon
b itue a motber. Her fttbar bad tbe war
raut sworn out for bis arrskt, and be was
Jailed. Tbe prospect of a term In tb pen
caused Othor n to signify bis Intention of
marrying the girl, and he is now in prison
awaiting tbe arrival of papers from the
uounty reoordsr. Id this Slate the sense of
tbe .aw permits of a ohtnge and compels
the marriage of minors, while In others it
forbids tt without the consent of the pr-nts.
30,000 lor a Blasted Kepaiailota.
Detroit, Micb., Dec. 31 Itst ytar
Dr. MacLetn, demonstrator of anatomy in
the Medical Department of tbe State Uni
versity, and a distinguished surgeon and
physician, was charged with adulterous re
ht on with a lady patisat from Caned, who
sought his advice, the publication being
made in tbe Evening News, a two-cent af
ternoon paper of this oity. Dr. BlacLean
susd for UM. Tbe psper undertook to
Justify, hut tbe Jury rendered a verdint for
120,000 (Unmet. The case was appealed
lo th Supreme Court, which this morning
sfflrmed thu lodgment of the court be
low. hi. Jts'i New Kerlp.
ST. Joseth, Mo., D'C. 31. Some rears
ago tbe city U-uod several hundred thous
and dollar in money known ss city scrip.
Tbls bu worn out. It cannot be used any
longer. I is dirty and ragged. Tbe
council parsed an ordinance at a recent
meeting to Issue Jl 00,00 new scrip wiih
wb cb to redeem the mutilated stuff. The -work
of redemption will begin on Monday
next. The action of tbe council creates
some talk, and mmy are loud in denounc
ing tbat body. Lively times are anticipa'
ed over tbe new scrip, which arrived Wed
nesday, and is now being signed up.
Au Inr-eiidlarjr Interrupted.
Mobkbi.v, Mo., Deo. 31. Tbls morning
at 6 o'clock, Jas. Mahaa and Ed. Cauf
mtn. working at the bakery of A. Merke,
on Reed street, discovered a fire in tbe al
ley between Fourth and Williams streets
Immediately tn rear of O'Keefe A Bros',
store. They got to tbe place ut tn time
to see tbe Incendiary running out at tbe
other end of tbe alley. An alarm was
given tod tbe fire was extinguished with
considerable trouble. Had tbe Incendiary
accomplished his purpose the entire block
of business bouses would have been de
stroyed. The miaoreant succeeded lo es
caping. Removed oa Beqnisltlssas.
Jofllv, Mo., Dec. 31. Detective 0.
W. Cole passed through tbe city last eve
ning on the 'Frisco train, baring In charge
B. S. Fuller and Joseph Aldricl), ot Ga
lena, Kn., arrested on a requisition from
tbe Governor of Illinois, oturged with ob
taining money unrier false pretenses, tbe
alleged offense hsvi,u he-'ii c ommitted at
Cutlinsville. The parties were accompanied
by W. F. Sapp, an attorney, wbo said tbe
affair htl Its origin tn personal ma
lice. A Vlgtlaae-s Itmrnltlse Watsted
Winston, Mo., Deo. 31. An attemp.
wsj made a few nights since to waylay aud
rob A. HHteman, a well-known merchant.
He was on bis way from bit store when
some soouddrel tried to worst blm but wss
foiled, Liter, Buzzard, tbe town dray
man, while going to bis coal shed before
daylight, was knocked down and 145 taken
from blm. The citizens talk of a vigilance
fttrong Bfjndod Minora.
JoPLiN, Mo., Dec. 31. There wu an
elopement a few days slnoe from tbe village
of (VtervtUe, about six miles east of bere.
Ulysu King and Miss Eva Gibbens lovod,
but the parents objected. Tbe young man
thereupon procured a buggy and drove bis
iwsetbsart to tbe Indian Territory, where
tbe law is not so rigid in relation to
minors. The young couple have Just re
at. Loot Suppllea fer (Santa rw
Santa Fe, S. M., Dec. 31. 0. W.
Mayteiburg, of St. Louis, general man
sgei oftbeSantsFe Wster and Improve
ment company, and Mr. Milbnry, of New
York, sddresned a meeting of representa
tive citizens last night on the feasibility of
locating tbe machine shops and foundry
bere. Llbsral local aid wu subscribed, St.
Louis will supply tbe msohlneiy.
Holt far lasaraaec
PittsburO, Pa., Dec. 31. Mrs. C. F.
Sutt, widow of Capt. Nutt, brought suit
this morning against tbe Accident Insur
ance Company of North America to recover
$S,000 insurance on the life of the deceased.
According to agreement tbe money should
bare ben paid ninety days after the death
of the Insured.
A niastpated D rammer.
Streator, I I., Dec. 31. William Mc
Kenzie, a traveling agent for Kelly, Wtm
stock 1 Co., grocers, Cincinnati, died last
night from tbe effects of dissipation, hav
ing been on a sprte for two or three weeks.
MeRei zie at one time wu engaged in the
Stabbvd by a Brother BarkVer.
Grafton. W. Va., Dec. 31. Carter
Smith, a colored barber, quarreled with a
rauUno, Geo. McDanlels, 111 a sbop lut
nigU, and stabbed him to tbe heart wltb a
pair of HrlsHors.McDaniele died in five min
utes. Smith escaped.
The Sit. Joe and Western Beenlver.
Sr. JusKPU. Mo., Dec. 81. George B.
Smythe, wbo was appointed reoeiver of tbe
St. Joe and Western Railroad, took charge
ot the property to-day. 9o change has as
j t been announced In the management of
Bolng to Wat hi ogton.
Bloom inoto!, III., Deo. 30. Hon,
Lawrence Weldoo, the newly appointed
Judge of tbe Court of Claims, is about to
dispose of bis property tn tbis city acd will
mak" Washing' on City his future bom.
Capt. tSorsJoa Beolvoa His Uaenrdost.
Jersey Citt. Dec. 31. Capt. Gordon,
tbs child abductor, bas been sentenced to
five years In Stste prison at hard labor and
to pay a flue ot f 1,000.
AiiAXY, N. Y., Dee. 31. Tbe Jury re.
earned verdict of guilty lo tbe case of
Wm. stougbklrk, oalef of lbs barnburn
ers. rot l,u,
?aw York, Deo. 31. Amanda Blgit,
wbo killed ber mistress, Harriet lenowd,
WSS ta-da MaUaeeti to lite ItapraoaSMtn.
Color! National otnaalitoe.
Washington, D. C . Deo. 31. -The
Colored National Committee met this
morning and appointed delegates to the
convention at Richmond, Va., In July next.
Each Congressional district was allowed
two delegates, and eaon Territory one re
presentative. Frederick Douglass, Register
of tbe Treasury, Bruce of the District of
Columbia, and Col. William Murrell rf
Maryland were elected member of tbe Na
Tbe Free damn's Bank Committee msde a
final report, memorializing Congress to re
imburse; the depositors, and denouncing
the former act of Congress tn
resting a oommiislon at a salary of
11,000 a year escb to settle the affairs of that
institution. In support of tbe adoption of
the report Mr. Murrell said: MThe Freed
men's Bank affair wss tbe most dleracfiil
and sinful swindle tbat ever stslned tbe
earth or shocked high heaven. The
Commissioners appointed at (Q,000 a
year each wm like a hyena devouring Its
cares, tben like a lion smashing Its bones
and sticking tbe marrow therefrom. Fur
thermore, a Republican Congress msde
this commission pell-bearers of tbe same
earra. , . .
The committee adjourned to meet la
Chicago June 30 next.
HAftAIM B EDITED TO AHEB.
Stowartaville, Mo., Visited by a Destruc
tive Conflagration Other Fires.
St. Joseph, Mo., Dec. 31. Stewarts
vine, the Urgett town in DKaib county,
about forty utiles out of this city, on tbe
Hannibal and St. Joe Railroad, wat de
itroyed bv fire lut night. The fire origi
nated In Belt's billiard ball, and tn a abort
time it was beyond oontrol and the whole
northern part of tbe town was tn flames.
Eiirht business boutes were burned down,
among tbnm Ganle's boot and shoe store,
Ray's b-trher shop, the office of Mr.
Haynes, Collins' harness shop, the But
ler liverv stable, H Mebrsnt's wagon sbop
aud Mr. Wheat's residence. Tbe loss Is
estimated st about $30,000. Tbis Is tbe
second disaster of tbe same kind that bu
happened to Stewartsvllle. Eighteen
months ago It wu destroyed by fire and was
Frank James Fro.
Kansas Citt, Mo., D-c. 31. Frank
James arrived from Gal stlu tbls morning,
sccompanied by Sheriff Cr iter, of Daviess
county. He slighted from tbe train Just
before it reached the city, and was at once
taken charge ot by bis bondsmen and
concealed soon after In order to avoid
arrest by a United S ates marshal rr tbe
mall robbery at Mu'i Shoals, A'a. Fr ink
aid it eft Tiled blm unbounded satisfaction
to be ugaln a free man and walk the streets
like an ordinary ctt zn, although be was
still bounded by bis persecutors, wbo didn't
seem Inclined to give him a fair show. His
appearance on the street wu so brief as to
excite no comment, but tow recognizing
him. He quickly disappeared and it Is be
lieved Is no n at tbs house of some friend In
the c'ty. He will probsbly go to Independ
ence to-night to meet his wife.
toalelu'l Paae that War,
Port Jarvis, 5. Y., De. 31. Two
freight trains telescoped this morning on a
hrldfe across tbs river at Lackawaxan, Pa.
A caboose aud two cars mounted an en
gine and were fired. Three oil cars uflsme
werethrowu Into the river. Two more
burned on the Iron bridge, which will be
wsrped by fire. Tbe psssengert and bsg
guge were transferred. Tbe bridge was
ready for trains tbls afternoon.
Washington. Dec. 31. Tbe examina
tion of Capt. Clapp was con
tinued by the Proteus Court to-dsy.
Li response to the request of Gen. Haze n
the wituf" rleorlbd tn detail tbe means
t.iken ( i . .' 1 iie safety of tbe Garllngton
(Ipedition aud the care taken tohavetbe
arrangement complete and tbe materials
a id supplies of tbe best and most ssrvtre
sble rhar aoter.
Washington, Dec. 21. Attnr.iey-G.n-eral
Brewster left Washington this morning
for New Orleans, where be will appear In
the prosecution of the lottery cases.
Railroad Hen Discharged.
Utica, V. V., D.'C. 21. The West
Shor" Railroad has discharged l.SuO labor
ers, tbe severe frosts and heavy snows pre
venting the men from working.
New York, Dec. 21, The snow tbls
momln ' seriously Interfered with travel
sadtrfl'. T.ie mills are d -laved.
New Yoke, Dec. 21. President Arthur
remained In his rooms lo-Usy, receiving
only a few of the manv cullers.
rive Years for Forcery.
Indianapolis, Ind.. D-c. 21. Frank
Kennedy, alius Jobn Z 'L'ler, who wu ar
rested in Onto for forging the name of Fort.
Johnson ,c C., Ibis city, to a check for
eighteen hundred dollars, with which be
purchased cattle In Clinton county, plead
ed guilty yesterday afternoon and wu sent
over tbe road for flvj years, besides being
fined one hundred dollars. His arrest was
the result of a clever bit of detective work
by Mr. Moore, a ax inber ot the firm on
whom the forgery was committed. .
Presentments of Penaloas Sharks.
WashinOTON, Doc. 21. Tbe grand Jury
of the Di-ti I Jt handed United Slates Dis
trict A't'ircev Coi khifl presentments against
X. W. Fuz-reiald, 8. C. Fitzgerald and
A, B. Webb for fraudulent use of malls
and defrauding pensioners. Indictments
are he in drawn up to be presented to tbe
Wanted in Illinois.
Joplin, M.. Dec. 21. Detective Geo.
W. Cole yestsnUy arrested K. S. Fuller
and Joseph A drieh. who have been run
ning a crusher at Galena, Kan., for some
time pust. on a requisition from the gover
nor of Illinois, charging them wltb obtain -Ing
$7,000 under fsNe pretenses at Collins
Dallas, Tex., Doa. 21. Jobn Haskens,
tauill arly known throughout tbs Soutwest
s "Happy Jack," died yesterday at Sea
govuie, in this couuty, from a wound re.
oentiy Inflicted on bis head by Wm. Me
Ksnaie, while IghMug. McKensle wss
Ryan Plsosd la aa Asylarsv
IsoiANAPoMfl, Dee. JO.-Jss. B. Ryan
tb prominent Dsmocrst of wham
mention was mads tc these dls-
Celebes yesientsy wu to-da taken
r Us iBttMi uylurn. Hit alsd Is 4vaag
d tHts IwmUmSs rsvssaea asvtl sVsasyasJssj,
Rom a, Dm. 31. Th Republican Jour
najs bsre (appeared yesterday with black
borders tn memory of Overdank, tbe bomb
.aher, hanged a year ago lo Trieste,
ratfca ad pops.
According to tbe Rassegns (newspaper),
tbe German Crown Prince aud tbe p..pe
talked three-quarters of an hour upon gen
eral tubjeots. When tbe Prince was leav
tng tbs Pope asked htm If be bad any mis
sion to perforin. Tbs Prince replied; "I
have one only, namely, to express the warm
desire of the Emperor tnd Bismsrck for the
restoration of tbat religious peace in U r
many compatible with our laws tnd Institu
TO PROTECT CHRISTIANS. 1
Paris, Deo. 31. The Gaulnls (n wsps
per) ststes tbat Cardinal Jscobtnl, tbe Pj
pil Secretary of State, bss Instructed the
Papal nunolos to request tbe powers to take
measures for the protection of Christians tn
tbe far East.
ATTirODE TOWARD FENIANS-
Rome, Dee. 31. The American Bishops
have agreed upon the attitude to be adopted
by the Cstbolio slergy In the United S'ates
toward the Fsnlans.
Berlin, Deo. 21. Tbe North German
Gazette states tbat Bitmarck entirely con
curs with Puttkamer, Minister of the In.
terlor, tn opposing tbe aeoret voting for
members of the Lower House of tbe Prus
aian Diet. A Bismarck paper says he even
expreued himself u favorable to universal
suffrage, providing public voting adhered
to tbe existing system. Secret voting si
eleettoos for tbe Reichstag wu detrimental
to tbe Imperial Institutions, aid must
eventually be modified. ,
London, Dee. 31. A Hong Kong dis
patch, dated to-day, sayi It Is reported
tbat tbe French have captured Sootay.
NEWS FROM COURBET.
Paris, Dec. 20. Admiral Courbet In
his official report s'at'S that thrse officers
a'i'l sixty-seven men were killed, and t n
fit ore and one hundred and seventy men
wounded befw Sortay on tbe lstb.
London, Dec. 31. The survivors of tbe
steamship At. Augustln, burned Sunday in
the Bay ot Biscay, state that tbli ty-elgl I
men were on board when the four boats put
8. It is feared all are lost, as when lbs
steamer wu last seen a heavy sea wu run
uing and tbe vessel wu all on firs and there
were no other boats.
Cairo, Dec. 31.-The governor of Tobs
telegraphs the Khedivs concerning the dis
sensions among tbe Egyptian tribes along
tbe Sousklm and Berber route. The Had
endua tribes are fighting among themselves.
Tbe two principal rebel eblefs Intend to go
to Khartoum to have an interview wltb tbe
Paris, Deo. 31. Admiral Courbet bu
been gazetted a grand efflo-r of the Legion
Preserve tbe Park.
Washinotok, Dee. 21. Secretary TeN
ler aud tbe Representatives In Congress of
Nevada, received yesterday from Gov. Ad
ams oftctal copies ot a Joint resolution,
psssed by tbs legislature of tbat State, pro
testing against allowing tbe control of the
Yellowstone park to pass from the bands of
tbe general government. The leases sought
by private parties, are, It Is asserted, mere
ly meant of gains, and will result In de
stroying what is left of tbe native gs ne In
tbe park which Is now tbe only prsservs re
maining. THE MARKETS.
Lite a toe it
CATTLE Receiots 0,900; stronger!
exports $6 23.w7 00: goou to choice
shipping quoted at ,7 To (90 40; commos
to fair $1 00m 00.
HOGS-RecetDU 8.1.000 active and firm,
light at JO 0OrW ok; roub packing
16 10f6 0 heavy packing and snipping
w 6orw 10.
CATTLE Exporters SS 30O4 70; rood
to heavy do $5 71 2d; light to fair tt sO'tt
6 00;oommuiito medium Vt 40'd5 Ou; fair
to goodColorado&Ouretf ft); southwest ti 71
So 50; grass Texans $3 503 00; light to
good stockera fl do sM 75; fair to good feed
ers W 75VJ4 35; oommon to choice native
cows and heifers t3 00 0 to; saallawags of
any kind ii SO. J 00.
HOGS-Beceipta 8,018 head: shipments
8,760 head. Market unsettled. Pack
ers telling at So 80tr5 tOfor rough mixed;
and butohsrs steady at SoO
SHEEP Common, medium and llghtl-Jd
8 10; fair to good til 26-ti 50; prime 60
QH 2fl; fair to good Texans 3 75a
WHEAT Dece inner 97: February
WJ; January 93s; Mav 1 06t.
COKS December 61; January 61J;
February WH; May 62.
OATS December U4X; January 84 H;
February 8514; May 88 H.
WHEAT Dooembe," l 03 b; vear
lanuary 1 03 : February $1 OSta
106H; Mav $1 lUiOl 11 ; Maroh 107X.
COKN December 48 b; vear ;Jan-
jay 48X30; February 50rS50S': May
OATS December SOX b: year; Jan
uary Sl4 ; February 83 b; May to
WHEAT December $1 18; January
1113; February IMS; Mav SI 31 .
CORX December 65; January 8511;
February 86H ; May 99.
OATS December 40 j January 40;
February 42; May 44.
BLTTEK-Creamerv at 30rS31 to 84v8
for selections, a shade mors in a small way:
seconds at 360J1. Dairy at 24080
for choice to faocv, to 37 for selections;
fair 12f318; low grade 10. Poor to
choice near-by In palls 87315.
EGGS Receipt 818 pkg. La better de
mand and slow at 34c. for good to choice
POULTRY Dressed, Spring oblckeua
-email $3 00r3 23: fair to choice. 12 52 75;
choice $8 35: Old cbickens-Couka S303 78;
mixed, 13 7.VM 00; hens, fi 75;
turkeys, 5faw V dozen; aouoi dtng to tlse,
tnd dressed at 11 t13o per lb. ; ducks
$8 00 r98 3A; Geeee T(n. t
vs heat arrived quiet and aad corn to
arrived unchanged. Wheat steady; corn
to arrive quiet. Mark Lane Wheat dull
and eorn dull. Country markets quiet.
California wheat to arrived declined Id.
Spot wheat dull 1 Mo. t spring, Ss 8d
0. 8 spring, nstio tn market 1 Western
winter, at Kd. Mkaed wsntsra eora 4tll
st as ed. Detaans) firoat GaaUaent see
QntMl Pasftnea not atasa intstf ti Bats