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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 27, IBii.C
"CITY GUN STORE"
OMMt In the elty; established in 1862.
Oota'l aw., between th tod 10th Ht.
MAirVPiCTCRKR Df A.LKR IS ALL UN DM
Aasaaaellloaof all descr'p'bms always oa hud at
BOTTOM PRIC KS,
(nml repairing la til kind of metals. Iys
fall decrlpiion inula to order, and tlsfaetioa
warranted. (j1t me a oil, tnd be coavlaeed fe
fMiMlf, tl Ua Q of th. "BIO GUN."
JOHN A. KOKHLER,
Proprietor, Cairo. Ill
fJiflE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking Business
gNTERPBiSE SAVING BANK,
KXCLCSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
TH08. "W. HALL1DAY,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
F. BR088, Preeld.-nt.
H. WILLS, Cauler.
I P. XUFP. YieePree'at
I T. J. Kerth, Ais't cash
.Cs'ro I William Kiss. .Cairo
r M Osterloh M I CO. Fa tier.
I. A. Boder " I "'.,
. . ..in rt 1 1 a
i. y. cuemeon, uaiaaoaia.;
-5BRALBASKI'0 BU3IHB88 DONE.
tnd bought. Interest paid U
:mnt. Collection! mrt tne
ingest Variety Stock
IK THI OITY.
-GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cot. Nineteenth street I
Commercial Avenue '
Boot & Shoe
J., 10 Com'l Are., Bet. 5th k 6th ft.,
Jot recelred t full line of
I ALL ajd WINTER GOODS
3 kick he will soil tt the lowest bottom price. It
saarleee the but of ST. LOUIS HAND MADB
7 ef BOgTOV MANUFACTURES, LADIES'
eed CHILDRBNVH 8HOK9, tnd OENT8' KTJB
lEft BOOTS and BH0K8.
SaT-w"e alio make to order anything In onrllae
eftae beat material and workmanship.
Mrs. J. S. HACKElt,
Cor. Wuhington Ave., Fonrtb St.
Pall stock of nutflrUU for
Art -: Needle -:- Work,
Zephpn of all Shade.
I y Lssisae ilTea li Arrteene. Ordort for
. m isfin etslroldtry lolleiM .
s k r
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i i-si r 32 eg
5 " SIS EmP
a Si A el 2l
A Household Article for TJnlyerial
For Scarlet sod
I Typhoid Ferert,
Ho re Throat, Small
Po, Meaalea, and
all Contaicioua Dl.Ptnei. Person, waiting on
th. Sick should us It freely. Scarlet Fever ha
Mm been known to spread where the Fluid was
used. Yellow Fever has been cured with it after
black vomit had takrn place. Th. wont
case, of Diphtheria yield to it.
Fevered and Hick Per-1 SMALL-POX
aona refreshed and j and
Bed Sores prevent- PITTING of Small
ed by bathing with j i0i PREVENTED
Darbys Fluid. ,
ImuureAIr made nm'mot!?mr B."V
banaleat and punfiwl.
For Sore Throat it it a
For Front ml Fttrt,
Soft W hite Complel-
tone secured by lis um.
Ship Fever prevented.
To purify the Ilreath,
X C'feaoM the Teeth.
tt can't be aunpasaed.
Catarrh relieved and
IWaente: j cured.
Wonnda healed rapidly.
An Antidote for Animal
or Vegetable Poisons,
II V was taken with.
: Small-poi. I u.d th.
Fluid,, the patient wae
not delirious, was not
' pitted, and wat about
I the house again in three
I weeks, and no other
had it. - J. W. Pak.
I insom. Philadelphia.
The physician here
use Darbvt Fluid very
successfully in th. treat
ment of Diphtheria.
Tetter dried up.
Ulcer purified and
In cae of Death it
should be used about
the corpse it will
prevent any unpleaa
The eminent Ph v.
M.MS, M. O., New
York, says: "I am
convinced Prof. Darbys
Prophylactic Fluid i. a
I used the Fluid during
eur present affliction with
Scarlet Fever with de
rided advantage. It ii
Indispensable to the sick
non. -Wn. F. Sajid.
foao, Eyrie, Ala.
Vanderbilt I'nlveralty, Nashville, Tenn.
I testify to the most e.cIInt qualm- of Prof.
Darby Prophylactic Fluid. As a djainfeetant and
detergent it is both theoretically and practically
upenor to any preparation with which I am K
auajnted. N. T. Urron, Prof. Chemistry.
Darby Fluid I Recommended by
Hon. ALiXAmR H. Stphns, of Georgia;
Rev. Cka. F. Dmms, D.D., Church of th.
Strangers, N. Y.;
Jo. LsCowt, Columbia. Prof .University ,S.C.
Sev. A. J. Barn., Prof .Mercer University;
Bv. Gao. F. Pie.ci, Bishop M. E. Church,
INDIKI ENSAHLE TO EVERT HOME.
Perfsctly harmless Used internally or
eaternally for Mao or Beaat.
The Fluid haa been thomughly tested, and w
aave abundant evident, that it haa don. everything
ker. clai med F'jr fuli-r information gel of your
Dngist a pamphlet or send to the proprietors,
J. II. ZEIUN CO..
Manufacturing Chetnisu. PHItADELPHIA.
W. STKATTON. Cairo. T. BIRD, Mlsaonrl.
STBATTON & BIRD,
B. W Ohio LTe, Cairo,!".
sffA(at American Pawlor Oo.
aaa. n. rami.
BSniM A. UITE.
Grand Central Store.
J-L E. INCE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Mi Street, between Com'l At. ud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AKTJNITION.
Safei Reialred. All Kind of Key Made.
136 & 138 Com'l Ave.
have received a full and complel line
ol new F.tll and Wlnior
Cloaks, Dolmans, Notions, Etc.
A heavy atock of Body Brnanela, Taper
trie and Ingrain
A fall itock of Oil Cloth, all ilze and price.
Cli'hing & Gents' Furnish'g Goods
A fall and complete atock la now being
ejoied ont at great bargain .
U Ooodej at Bottom Priced
AXSIT BltOd.. Proprietor!.
Washington Ave. and 14th 8t , Cairo, 111
pBMl served at all hoar Dl(htandday.
7B patromag of th ubll lollclted.
Banlihed From Home for Fighting
Duel and Deserted by
A DUoortioUte Young German Lover Finds
Mu In the Embraoe of Death.
4 Long Llal of Crime, Caaualtlaa
afid Horron-The Biae In the
Ohlo-An Amarioaa Guy
Vox, Etc, eto.
Sew York. Dec. 2U.-Aliph He', a
druggist, of So. 16)U Seonntl avenue, sltx-p.
in tie rear of hii atore. Usually uiso rr.'.
Richard Von SternLtrcer, aleepi In tin'
um room. The employer awoke Urol yf
lerUay BDomltig and called to b a ainiiit,
who km breathing very heavily. Ills ex
perienced ear told bim that awmeihing wa
wronf , and Von Sternbrger wax carried t
lha Prehytrian Ho'pltal, where he expir
rd tt 12:15. The uue of dealb was opium
polaoulog. Voo Sternhercer va ibe aon of
i baron lu Bona, Oerminr. He Utl ham i
tnd friend. after killing a friend
whom ht bad oaalleng'd for tradnoini;
hi beiretbed, Maria Marx, the daughter
f a wealthy nobleman. Imm-ii-ately
after the duel tbe yeung raau left tbt
pa and went;to the Marx mansion, wher
lahadtbrtif, tender lottrvte w with bi
nelovel. "lamgolnj to Ameripa," he
aid, "and will return ) a year or two."
In tbe latter part of 1&S2 he reached New
York and met bis countryman, Mr. H .
Von Sternberger'i ahare of tbe pagi nal e
late wm J125 per week, but bit debt were
o great that bU guardian applied all but
W5 a month to paying them. The youni;
man learned the drus business rapidly. He
was then a rule light hearted . and gay.
t.ut now and then a letter addrened in a
feminine band and bearing a German post
murk itemed to throw bim into profound
imUocholy. He told Mr. He that Frau
leis Xarx'i relative! were urging her to
marry a man wketo only recommendation
wu his wealth, and tUatth girl In turn
waa begging bar lovr in pathetic letters to
return t Uermaoy. Twa weeks ago he re
ueived letter of which the following is a
BIS LOVg'B Li ST LETTS R.
'ly tTertud anly beloved. This is tbe
atf $0 I dare to call you aucb. I never
btttD1 it poesikle. The mere Idea of It is
"noatgh to drive me mad. That new baa
beflem a certainty, we are bound to part.
Ho the tnwugbt it all over tbe last
tore we jks asd tried to get a last anchor
of hope; but I am hopeless. I have stood
sIom weeping and praying, and on tbe
oifter side everybody agalaaH mo. I atked
tbtSs to dettat from threatening me, but
the maaaces of ether people force me to
wrlu this letttr, ad wlu that Utter mr
last hep wae geo. Six years, as eternity
which will efcange many things. I fully
bellevt that yeu love ma, but that leag
time may cool your love. Whan you come
back you will be Just in the prime of life,
jut I, on the other side, will
ham passed tbe bloem at
ytnrtaV I am a worn an. Ton.
however, are bouod by your word tad
would not hesitate a moment to keep it,
ven If yon should b made unhappy, and,
rather than put you to that sorrew, I will
not bold you to yeur pledge any longer. 1
lovs you too muoh to draw you Into any un
happiness, and It la quite oougb if ona is
unhappy. My parent and sisters refuse
their consent, and never will glvt It. I am
entirely In their power. If you should
have enm back la one or two years as you
onoe promised. I ceuld bave defld all
t treats, bat now th last hope is gone. I
ee tbe ead only too plainly. Blohard!
Richard 1 Wby did you teach me the most
nupreme blUs in tbe world only to plunge
m- into misery? How infinitely bave 1 leved
you. I thought tbat I could overcome
everything. You were my heart's first
love, mid ever will remain to, be
caue I belong to tbose natures
tbat only oao love onee. In whatever olr
cumitancea I may be do not forget tbat my
lova belong to yeu forever, and through
all eternity. Whenever you are In want al
a true friend, then come to me. Promise
tbat to me, for tbat is the least 1 can ask
for. One request I bave to make of yau;
leave me your pictures and your letters and
your betrothal ring for memory', sake.
Tbe other pretty presents are at your dis
posal. Please say what you want me ta do
them. My letters and those new tbiagt you
have of mine I pray you keep in memory of
me, but if they should be unpleasant to
yau, please burn them. Now this dream
comes to an end. It was ao Joyful, but,
like all dreams, it must vanish, whether
buy have a Joyful or sorrowful waking, aud
as (iod pleates. As to me everything is Im
material. Whatever may come life has lost
its charm for me. If only 1 were dead.
Farewell, farewell, mv Richard. May you
be happy. Beloved of my heart, farewell,
Von Sternberger took his meals In A.
Nledersteln's restaurant, at No. 1603 Second
avenue. lie visited the Niedersteins on
Monday evening tnd
8IEMRD IN EXCELLENT SPIRITS.
He laughed, told stories of his student tlfe,
add sang song after song, Now tbe strain
was t tender love ditty, now bvmn, and
now t rollicking bacchanal. When he
trollei "Die Waoct am Rhine" tha family
J'llned In tbe thundering chorus. It wan
after 11 o'clook when tbe fun ceased, and
Von Sternberger deolaredtbat ha bad never
passed so pleasant ao evening alnce ha left
b s own country. He was tinging softly as
he entered the ttore, and having lighted tbe
as returned to Slederstem'i for a pitcher
of water. Mr. Hcse beard him corao in
the second time and saw bim go to the
"What are you doing Von Sternberger?"
nsked the druggist.
'Just writing a note," was the answer
This waa tha nota:
"Mr. Dear Mrs. Nledersteln I pray you
to accept tbe last wishes of one who loved
you very much. Ail my poaaesslons are
yourt, tnd I bequetth tbem to you. I bave
taken til other necessary tteps. You were
my belt frtaod tnd I loved and honored you
until death. Think of Von Sternberger,
who loved you while he lived. I are to
much a?ltated that I soarcely know what I
am writing. Dan't forget my dear tweet
heart, I bave bees faithful to her. Ever
again tnd tgtln I greet you. Remember
my darling, my beloved. Iam crazy with
excitement. Good-bye forever.
(Ilgaed) Von Stkrnbsroir.
RoaeraatanglsVa Cbrlattaaa Gift
Maoon, Mo., Dee.M.-Chrlitmaa morn
lag, twa anllei eaat of tbia place, Mrs.
Hsnry Rosaasiaigle gtva birth to two girls
tad s boy, watghttag respectively S, e and
ids. TwaoetMr tad mum are sug
The Wounded firm..
HT. Lolm, Deo. 29. Tbe tores mem
bert of the Salvage Corps who ware Injured
by t be wall tbat fell upon Conway and
Keboe tre doing well tnd expected to re
port for duty m a few days. Gallagher wat
out day before yesterday, and attended the
inquest held upoa the bediea
ol bis dead comrtdtt. Tower
it confined to hit roots, tt 819 North Ninth
atreet, but has brekea no bones. He wt
Injured more by tmoke tad bett tbta by
the shock be reoelved. Stanton wtt badly
shaken uafld bruised, tn Is te wjjse
off of tne three, lie Is dam oiled it TlJ7
Sortb Eleventh street, and receiving awry
possible care. His lujurlee tre likely to
preveut service for t week tt least.
Too published report of tbe death of Pat
Conway, the fireman Injured tt tbe Occi
dental Hotel conflagration on Tburdav last,
and who is a brother of Jack Conway, a bo
waa killed at the Fourth street fire on Mon
day night la.l, was found upon investiga
tion to be untrue. He suffered a
stlbt re Up i', however, on hearing ef tlm
terrible deatn of bis brother, told to b m
by some incautious person shortly after the
discovery vas made. Hit. condition it,
however, such tbat his physician, Dr.
Gregory, tiiinks tboie it good ground for
V- recovery, attbotighjt will, be of. very
I be River.
Cincinnati, Dec. iM. Tbe river con
tinues to rise four inces an hour. The cold
weather I ant night has bad a tendency to
check the rise. H ver experts do notexpect
sn extraordinary stage of water. Most nf
tbe barge torn loone Monday have been re
covered, and the toial loss may not exceed
iriQ.OOO. R.ver 41 feet 3 inches 10 last
( incinnaii, Dec. 28. The Ohio Is still
b joining, and riing at the rtte of four
inches an hour, with 4") feet 3 Inches In the
channel water-works gauge. Navigation
is much (Idaved and boats overdue on ac
count nf the drift wood. Business men in
the bottom are rtipldly removing their
Kor.di to places of safety. Water crept up
over the river and stroet during tbe night,
nd now covers tbe ground floors In tbe Rtt
a..-.l Sausage Riws to a depth ef tlx inches.
The inhabitants are moving rapidly to
places of safety. Tbe streets tre flooded
for nmny squares , and tbe eellart in many
large utnes bouses on tbe front street
are filled with water. Should the Ohio
continue to rise at the present rate until
night the loss will be great. At Newport
tbe Licking is alii rising.
i brlatmaa t'aaaalllee.
Cincinnati, Dec. 26. The Christmas
casualties so far reported have not been
very serious In tbU city,
Oao. French got into an altercation with
unknown parties and was subbed In tbe
a'ld iiu-n and left side, also t severe gasb on
his right wrist.
Marcus Smith bad b's lr ft Jiw cut open
to tbe ear by Cnariet bcott, colored.
Warren Davis., a colored touzh, brutally
beat Mittie Johnson and Llzxle Buxom
with a draypln. D.ivisa it in Jail.
Peter Fisn got Into t quarrel in Noell't
taiooa and wan knocke.l down, beaten and
kicked until, his lite is despaired of. Hie
Several lively shooting episodes ecourred,
but ao one was hurt.
An American Gay Fom.
Frankfokt, Ky., Dec. 26. At un
known person filled t beer keg btlf full of
gunpowder and placed It with tha fuse ig
nited, at tbe door of tbe court of Appeals.
It exploded with terrific force, breaking all
the windows on tbe east aide of tbe old
Capitol building, also on tbe east tide of
tbe new wing. The governor offers $500
for tbe party Implicated In the deed.
A Captured Convict.
Boston Mass., Dec. 26. AMalone New
York special says: "Wm. Hatfield, an
escaped convict from Michigan, was arrest
ed yesterday by Sheriff Slackwell. Hat
field stabbed the Sheriff, also Allen Stack
well an 1 wife. Hatfield wat finally captur
ed tf'er be tup shot through tbe thigh. The
Sheriff and his ton are not dangerously
Shot in a "alooa.
Na8HVIU.ii, Dec. 2ti. Pitts Wjbb,
colored, entered G o. M acre's saioon yes
terday and asked tbe barkeeper, Jones, for
Cbnstmasgift. "I'll give you a Christmas
gift," replied Jone. as be discharged a
pistol at the negro. The ball entered hit
eye and penetrated his brain, causing in
stant death. Jones was Jailed.
To be Lynched If Casigbl.
Little Rock, Dec. 26.-Excltement Is
St fever beat about the shooting of t man
nam"d Klcbeu, md tbe outraging of his
wife. Poises of men are searching for the
miscreant in all directions. He will be
lynched as soon as caught. Kicbcn died at
midnight from hii wounds aud his wife it
Killed Ibn F.ua;lner.
Elizabeth, N. J., Dec. 28. A Long
Branch freight ran off tbe track at the June-
prion this morning. !'reL Prnnee, ait engi
neer, was killed. The train was
thrown over a high bank and totally wreck
ed. The cause of the accident was no ac
count of the snow and the track spreading,
III a Byntauder.
Warsaw, Kr.. Dec. 20. Last evening a
dispute aroio bei ween Chailes Storey and
Lewis IJttrvll. Storey shot at Llttrell, the
bullet flvinz wld.- of :s mark and striking
John E lis, a bystander. In the shoulder;
second Miot struck Llttrell in tbe spine,
cauning a falsi wound. Storey was Jailed.
Two t'aial Re- Kucouatere.
Thacv City, TVnn., Dec. 2.-In t
difnoulty, Win. Travis, a trick bos shot
and killed 8:1m Jones, 1 contractor of
Nashville. A man named Leverton stabbed
John Hall in the left side, the knife break
ing off in the wound. Hall will die.
Killed III .epbew.
Walnci- ltn...K, Ark., Dtc. 3tt.
Thomas Toole, shot and Instantly killed
hit nephew Juuoh Sisler list night. The
shooting was the resu t of tn old feud.
Toole was arrested and placed under heavy
guard. Great excitement exists.
Prominent Dry Good firm Cleaed.
Huntsvili.r, Ala., Dec. 26 J. B.
Lambert, the most prominent dry goods
firm in thlt city, have been closed up by
the iherlff. Liabilities 23,000, mostly In
Killed by ft la nan.
Allrnvili.k, Mo., Dec. 26. A. J.
Coursey, a farmer was deliberately shot
and killed by bit ton Red. Ceursay . Tb
eon surrendered to ths auUerlUae.
Wasrinotok, D. 0., December 18
There oentlnuea to be a good deal of kick
ing 00 tbe part of the North sad East at
the largs number of plums given Missouri
in tbe distribution of the oemmlttee prizes.
The banking m'erestt are especially nerv
ous, and the Treasury Department are be
ginning to hear from tbe bankera, who are
in a disturbed state of mind ovar tbe ap
pointment of Buckner and Bland to twa
principal committees with their In
terests in baud. Carlisle, In talking of
these matters, says he tbluks there is no
reason to feel dixturbed about the matter,
at ha It assured no legislation will bi tt
tempted tbat will materially change tbe
atatut of the banks, or disturb tbe financial
condition of the country lu tbat line. The
Illinois members continue to growl about
tbe way Morrison got them into the back
ground and himself At the front. An Illi
nois man said to-day ; "Tbe Idea of mak
ing Xeece of Alton chairman of tha enrolled
bills committee is ridiculous. Why, tie it
not only t new umn. but swkward 11 a
ateer. He will c a a ridiculous figure at
tbe White House when he goes there with
tbe enrolled bill for tbe President to
sign. I know bim, for I served In the leg
islature with bim. "
sVetaae Troabl Apprehended It) ska
Pennaylvaula Coal f ield.
Pitthsl'ro, Dec. 21. A Monnaunon,
Pa., speoial says there are lively prospac
of extensive trouble In the bituminous ooal
districts of Westmoreland, Blair, Hunting
ton, Bedford, Center and Clearfield coun
ties. The producers are extremely reticent
as to their plan, but It is pretty gen
erally known that a reduction of wae
in all departments of labor will bs exalte d
af;er D' eember 81t. The mieers, it is
said, will be well organized, and it is esti
mated Hi at from 15.000 to 20,000 men bave
expressed their willingness to eo-operatt
and a-Nt In the general strike laid down
for January 1st. Tbe rupture between th
Rochester and Pittsburg compauy and their
malcontent miners has not been entirely
adjusted uotwiinxtanding report to tbs
contrary, and an undefined feeling of In
security is prevailing in the striking dis
trict. Nalla Delayed by Muow.
New York, Deo. 26. Tbe storm has de
layed all trains. The mails from the East
were three hours late, and those from the
South two and one half hours, while tha
Western malls bad not been heard from at
11 o'olock this morning. Pittsburg mailt
were reported four and one half hours be
hind. Travel tn tbe city is subject to
less Interruptions, many Bjrteu btving
been partially cleared of uow.
Flltabarx Coal bhlpmeuia.
Pittsburg, Dec. 26,-The coal ship
ments for the week aggregate 6,6u0,000
bushels, of which 2,275,000 busbelt
went to Cincinnati, and tbe balance to
HIN Dl'CATS AMD III DAUGHTER.
Tbe Old Gentleman Beoovered the One,
but tbe Other, Alas, had Faded Like
a Hummer's Dream.
St. Louis, Dec. 20. An excited Utile
man ran Into the Four Courts yesterday af
ternoon, gained tbe ear of Sergeant Boyd,
and earnestly buzzed bim for some min
utes. The detectiro ordered tbs telephone
boy to call up the' patrol wagon, which
pulled up at the western door, while officer
Bradley was called into tbe otflce to get hit
Instructions. Receiving hit orders hi hur
ried down tnd boarded tbe hoodlum wag
on. Sergeant Boyd turned bit attention to
some other case and tbe little man paced
tbe ball restlessly during the wait. Be
fore ninny minutes bad pasted
tbe wagon rounded tbout
Twelfth s'teot and Clark
avtMiue aju biupped on the crossing tt tbe
main entrance to tbe Four Courts. Tbi
two officers stepp'-d down, tad ona re
ceived a gnod-looking young maa Into hit
arms, while tbo otber extended hit arm to
a young lady who followed. Both were es
corted to tbe bar of the Central Station,
The young man laughed quietly tt bis luck
and the prospect of spending Christmas it
the bold-over, but bis comptaioo was con
siderably alarmed over thi matter,
"Where did you make the arreat, offi
cer V asked tne, sergeant of the patrol
"In bed, ir, at Twelfth and Tine, " was
"What'iyourname?"he asked tbeynucg
man, who promptly replied:
"John Martin, sir."
"And yours r"' asked the officer, turning
to the. girl.
She hesitated, and Martin tald, "Tell ths
"Hose H imberger, " she then replied.
They were searched and taken down to
the holdover, while a charge of grand lar
ceny wan entered opposite their namtt on
the blotter. Tue t-xcitod 1 1 .Lie man arrived
shortly after an. I asked if be would be al
lowed to go bond for bis daughter. A bond
was prepared, and on signing it the wis
turned over to tbe custody of ber father.
Tbe case is a ourious one. Edward Ham
burger Is a well-to-do baker on Gamble
avenue. He has laid aside considerable
savings, but in still actively engaged it
work. Among bis workmen wat John
Martin, a young nun, for whom Mist Rost,
the baker's daughter, entertained a ten
ilerne.stt, which hn sweetly indicated by
little preferences and sly glances when tbe
old man was not about. Time ripened th
friendship into love, as far is the girl wu
ooncerneil, while the young man remained
somewhat cool. Two weeks igo matter
culminated, to the old man's
sorrow. One morning he awoke
to find bis daughter and the
baker raNsing us well aa H0O
in casb. He bad his theory of tha mvsterv
tnd was so firiuly convinced of Itt correct
ness that hu appeared before Protecuting
Attorney Dici c, aud swore out a warrant
charging bis own daughter and youug Mar
tin with grand lurccm-y. He Implored the
police to tiud the run-away pair and bring
tbem back, but, as tbe detectives lay,
"tbey eluded hi rest. " Yesterday th old
man Ii trued that tbe couple bid returned
to the city, tnd called at the Four Courts
at once. He Informed tbe Chief of Detec
tives of their whereabouts, and the pitrol
wtgon was sent iftcr them. The offlcen
made the irrest as above detailed.
When the girl was released she wat tskad
where she hid been, tnd said tbtt with tbe
$600 ber companion bad purchased a auit of
clothet tnd two firii-clans tickelt to New
York. They remained in Gotham, , mutton, bev
tbe money luted, but were ohA, light carriage. All
turn 1 few dav ago, Whu interchangeable. Doeethe
tin had onlv tl3 50 o penmen, much neater and more
unnaa oniy u r?(W,i7o.rjOand$tvoQ,
He take the rABKER. RtTTCR a CO., 420 N. 14 It 1st,
CoUrM) Btea la Convents,
CoLCafBua. O., Deo. SO. Tha 4aata
oooveeUon of oeeored eitizeat convened Se;
day. There it a Urge attendence frera alt
parte of th State. W. tt. Tbomaa of Del-!
ware waa elected temporary chairman, aattf
staled the object ef tbe convention. Btf
attdt "The rights of tbe people are hekag
more tad mere dltregtrdtd, sad tha Da,
vllte outrage tbow such a eoadtrioo of
affair, at to Isad to organisation for too
protection of all the rights belonging to the
colored citizens. ' ' The deetttea of the Su
preme Court en the civil rlghta law wt
generally disrussod Tbe forem.cn was
occupied In appointing committees oa era-'
dentialt tnd permanent organizatloa.
There waa some contest over the make-ap
of tbs committee on permanent organisa
tion. Adjourned until afternoon.
Shot While Reaiatln Arroet.
Fort Smith, Ark., Dec. 28. Chatub
ble, a Choctaw Indian violator of tbe Is
tercourse law, was killed on Sunday while
resiatin,' arrest at Double Spring!, I. T.,
by Eda Turby, t member of the Chootaw
Rome, (la., Dec. Geo. McCtrty.
colored convict at Bluff Road Camp, wi
trying to etctpe wat shot and Instantly
killed by tbe guards.
renal Mssrderer Committed.
Newburyport, Mass., Dec. 26. La a
Weal, who shot Arthur Currier wat coat
milted in default of a $10,000 bond.
The Biater of Lee Pettua, Teatiflea fot
the Defjnoe in the Emma Bond
Hilluboro. M., D-c. 24. It was 1 1 : r
o'clock befoie court m t la tbe Bond case
this noriiiui inputsuance of tie adjourn
men last Friday.
the first witness, testified that ber brother,
Le, had on a pair of red-atriped stocking.
Cross-examined, she laid tbe night of th
outrage she came down stairs and si v Mill
Bond. Neither Ciementi nor L a wtrs up
then. Mis Bond lay on tbe WLuuen tups,
with her bead in tbe dining-room.
LEE WORK DARK PANI'S
the day before, and the atw him swim tha
horses in the afternoon. Saw him get hie
clothes wet. II . did not change his olotbes
afterward. Saw Lee on the door-step and
Ciementi In the wagon Just before Mint
Bond called in tbe afternoon. W.tnea waa
cross-examined at great length, notwith
standing tbe defense put her on the stand
merely to testify that Lee owned only ons
pair of red a ocklngt. Tbe cross-examination
was evidently for the purpose of bring
ing out testimony to contradict tbe testi
mony given by other members of the Patios
Ilanlao'a Easy Victory.
San Francisco, Cel., Bouembo t6
Edward Hanlan, the champion oaraman,
and Geo. W. Lee raweian exhibition raoa
in shells, over the three-mile eourte at
Oakland. Hanlan won very easily In 18: Si.
Hanlan will aoon depart for Aust-alla,
where seven! mttcbes tre awaiting to fee
Tba Dead rirenaenw
St. Louis. Dec. 2d John Coiway and
Michael K--boe, tbe firemen who lost thelS
lives m tba Christmas Eve Ilia, were bar
ted to-day with imposing ana .mpressivt
CATTLE - Receipts 8,000; dt)ll,
export! $tfOOrS6 50; goou to ohuio
hipping quoted at 7 75 OH 40; uomnoa
to fair $1 00(36 00.
HOGS-BecfliDU 11,000 doll and alow:
light at 15 005 50; rough packing
id 00(2.5 56; heavy packing sad tulppliw
5 6Ut6 10.
CATTLE Exporters 6 80d3 70: good
to heavy do 15 75 d 25; light to fair St 40,'
6 00; common to tnudium tt 40ra)5 00; fair
to good Colorado $40MW t; southwest SJ ',
35 50; grata Textm $3 50 5 00; llgnt U
good stockert ft 50r3 75; fair to good feed
er i3 75fs)4 25; common to ohofoe native
oowt tnd belfen $8 0044 So; tetllawagt of
any kind $2 608 00.
IIOGS-Reoelptt 7.037 hetd: shipments
7,074 head. Market unsettled, Pack
in telling it f5 4005 6' for rough mixed ;
ind butchert Heady at UN
SHEEP Common, medium and light fira)
I 10; fair to good i'i 60(98 60 1 prima 3 9)
(84 25; x fair to good TexAni jtt TOtsi
WHKAT-Decemner W.f: February
97 Stt77 H : Januarv 98X ; May I 04 K.
COKN-beceinber 61: January 81 X;
February 57; Mar 81 Vdoi X .
OAT-S-December 33; January 88;
February 34 H ; May 8SK.
WHKAT-Decembe,- 81 02 b: vear
lanuarv 103 'a; February tl ofi-'if.
I O.'iS;' Uavsl UVOl 115; Marco fl 07.
COKN-Dwicmber 48 b; vear ; Jaa-
Jay 4349i; February 50VO60K: May
OATS Deomber 30X b: year; Jan
uary ill's ; February Sib; May MS
WHEAT Itocemher $1 18; January
II 18; February H IS; May $1 20V.
CORN-December 65; January 8ft;
February 66 H; Mav8.
OATo-December 40 Hi Jaauary eOJtf;
February 42; Mav447.
BUTTEH-Creamery it 30V331 to 3433
for selections, a shade mora in a email way;
fcondt at 2.VS28. Dairy at itfim
tor oboice to fancv, to 27 for ae lection;
fair 12016; low grade StflO. Poor to
choice near-by in pail 6Vei5.
EOUS-Uecelpt 401 pkg. In better de
mand and clow at 20c. fo
20c. for good to choice
POULTRY-Dressed, 8pring cblcke.rWr7thi U
mall SI 60: fair to choice. $1 lMmphiet, tt paces,
choice ; Old chicken Cos1"-
mixed. $1 7fcai 00; .,K sr fsllint 9M
turkevt, WW dQ'fliAnn AttC UUIUL PAGCS.
S ffl7on" IWsnl elnthsrd gilt binding. Sealed ferSS
99 wia w wntll la poSta(5, or rurrancy- Overjfty won
lU ArrtuX pen pleture. true In 1IS artlela w the
r -1- I .iiin .,ihku,u u hn m nurrv. who not;
hy Projperagetoniarrv. w no marry an.
aaahnftd.Wotnanhnod. Phv.leal dway. Wbe
T. Vow in and nappinew may. am
ThfM married or fni)lplMB
mb married or enntMnplattag
should It. It egh!toberail
oy JT sdnll irsmi., then kept under loot aad
I 1 I KAMA AS I W Kl , MBtf
a.y roiwiiHjii; - -""'7 "
over and SDO Bag. s teui w mmu, ta