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CAIKU, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY' MORNING, DECEMBEB 29. .H3.
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PltOtfB&aiOSAL, OA KIM.
Q.E0RGE H. LEACH, M.I).
PHYSICIAN "& SURGEON.
Bpedal ittcntlon ptldto the Homeopathic treat
ment of surgical duvitM. tad dlaeaaes of woman
oyril'B On Hlh street, oppoiit tli Pott
0Bc, Cairo, IU.
J)R. J. E. 8TR0N0,
"119 Commercial Ave., Cairo, III.
TAPOR, EL1CTR0-VAP0R ad MEDICATKD
administered daily. '
A lady In attaadane.
R W. C. JCCFLYN,
OFrtCB Itgatk Street, near Cobjl rel: a vet.
R. E W. WHITLOCK,
Omov Ho. 1M Commercial Avenue. b-Hrs)
IfbtHnd Nltlb titreet
rrfflEClTY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking Basinets
; THOrS W.HAI-UUAY
JjJNTERPRISE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
Commercial Avenue aud Eighth Street
F. BR088, Preside.
B. WKLL8, CuUtt.
P. NflFP. VlcePrea'nt
T. J. Kerth, Asst cssh
Bros. ..Cairo I William Kluie. .Cairo
Peter Naff " I wmtam vv on....
Hiidjkr I II. ngm
. I. viemeun, tiiBuuiii..,
A Hnnohr Interest oalil 11
t, Collections maae an
Oldest in tbe city: established in 1863
Com I ATS.) nesween in auu iuiu ow.
MArlUFACTURBK A DBALKR IN ALL KIMDO
Ammunition of all deacr p'lon alveave on band ti
nwritM pnn Eii
General repairing In all klnda of metal". Keys
fall description made to order, and eiittefacttoa
warranted. GUe me call, and be convinced for
fooiteir, at tne e fa or tne "tuu u u d. .
JOHN A. KOKHLEH,
Proprietor, Cairo, IU.
Boot & Shoe
I. 0 Com'l Are.T Bet. 6th A 6th 8U
Jnat raealTtd tall lint of
FALL ajtd WINTER GOODS
'STOM MAWCFACTyBES. LADIM'
ad CHtLDRlM'8 HHOKB, nd OSHTS' BUB
MB BOOTS udSHOBH. .v. .
pm tt auUrUl wad wMUuwikiR.
Honaehold Article for I'ulrereal
For Scarlet and
Eradicates, , t
Typhoid K ever a,
I Soro Throat, Small
Pox, Meaalea, and
all Contagiosa Dlaeaaea. Penons waiting on
the sick itiould use it freely, btarlet li ra hat
never been known to spread where the Fluid ni
uwd. Yellow Fever hat been cured with it aftr
black Tom It hud taken place. The wortt
catet of Diphtheria yield to it.
Fevered and Kick Per
ona refreshed and
lied Soree prevent
ed by bathing with
Impure Air made
harmless and purified.
Far Ho re Throat it u a
PITTING of Bmall
fly was taken with)
Small pox. 1 used the
Fluid ; the patient was
aot delirious, was nut
pitted, and waa about
the house again in three
weeks, and no others
had it. -J. W. Park.
JTor fronted feet,
, Kbenmatlain cured.
Bolt White Complex
lona secured by its use.
Hhlp Fever prevented.
To parlrjr the Ilreath,
Cleanse the Teelu,
it can't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
Boai a presented.
, Draenter cured,
' WouacU healed rapidly.
Scarry cured. J - '
An Antidote for Animal
or Vegetable foti-.ni,
I used the Fluid during
ourpresent afHiction with
Scarlet Fever with de
cided advantage. It it
Indispensable to the tick
loom. Wm. F. Samd
roto. Eyrie, Ala.
The physldara We
use Dtrbyt Fluid very
successfully in the treat
Dient of Di phtheria.
Tetter dried up.
Dleera purified sod
In cases of Death it
should be used ahout
the corpse it will
prevent any unpleas
The eminent Phr.
alclan, J. MARION
KIMS, M, V., New
York, says: " I am
convinced Prof Dsrbyt
Prophylactic Fluid it a
VenderbUt TJnlveraity, Nashville, Tenn.
I testify to the moM eacellent qualities of Prof.
Darbyt Prophylacuc Fluid. As a disinfectant and
detergent it b both theoretically and practically
superior to aay preparation with which 1 am ac
quainted. N. T. Lurrox, Prof. Chemistry.
Darbya Fluid la Recommended by
Hon. ALixAMuaa H. Stxphin, of Corgia-
Rev. Chas. f. Deems, D.D., Church of the
Strangers, N. Y.:
Jos. LaCowTt, Columbia. Prof.Univertity.S.C.
Rev. A. J. Battle, Prof., Mercer Univertity;
Rev. Gso. F. Pibkce, Biahop M. E. Church.
Indispensable to every home'
Perfsctly harmless. Ued internally or
' . externally for Man or Beast, i
The Fluid has been thoroughly tested, and we
nave abundant evidence that it has done everything
here claimed. For fuller information get of your
iMiggitt a pamphlet or send to the proprietors,
J. 1L ZEIUN A CO.,
Manufacturing Cheraisis. PHIlADtLPHIA.
W. 8TRATT0N, Cairo. T. BIRD. Missouri.
STBATTON & BIRD,
No. 5T Ohio Levee, Cairo, PI.
rinta A-narlcaa Powior Co.
ua. . surra.
IBBIBT A. IB1TH.
Grand Central Store.
Mannfaotorer and Dealer In
6th Street, between Com'l Ave. ud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP A MUNITION.
Safe Re laired. All Kinds ol Kova Made.
136 Sc 138 Com'l Ave.
have received a full and complnta line
ol new Fall and Winter
DRY 6000V DRESS GOODS,
Cloaks, Pol man!, 5o'ions, F.lc.
A heavy atock of Body Brussels, Taper
trtea aud Ingrain
A riill atnek of Oil Cloth, all tiz'.'t and price.
Cic!hing & Gents' Fumish'g Goods
A full and complrt atock Is now being
closed ont at groat bargains.
All . CJ-ooda t Bottom Frior!
POST OFFICE RESTAURANT
ADS IT BttO.-.. Proprietor...
Washington Av. tod Hth 8 , Cairo, III
tayateali served at all hours night and day,
Ike patcoaage of the eabllc solicited.
Important Meeting of Republican
City Committees at Tur
ner Hall To-day.
The Lion and the Lamb IPreparing to Lie
A Jutland OomprahemsiT Basis of Bet.
tlement of Uifferenoes Afresd Upon.
ir. Louis, Dctmbtr 88. TUe'
m l Ituportaat polltioal event (ai
least no far tbe Republican party la umi-
erned) that bat transpired la tbls Smtejoi'
a Iiidk Mae, takes plaos to.day.
Tbe ub-comtnlLtee ( the Silk Siovkin.'
City Rrpubllcaa committee and tne H"t;u
lar City committee agree upon a plan to re
unite tbe kvpublioans of St. Lottia. I'
rover all the points and leave no ground
for tuiure contentions. The lurea-
tnenr i void of anf
ipurimiiiating feature aud leaves no
eauat! (rr future fiuiion. It waa framed ex
pressly to tnt-et the diverse views and point
at Issue, and to satrnfy the whole party a
well as to aruure the interests of tbe whole
party, and It is claimed l hat those who op.
pose it cannot escape Imputation of bring
uhronic diaorganlzer. -.
Tbe following i tbe
BAH1S fiF AtUlKEMBNli
T is agreed by and uetween tbe retpecilve
I ity Republluaa comniluett, now repre
aeutiot; the two Republican organization
of tbe patty ia furtherance of the general
wishes on. I interest of tbe Republican par
ty elty an I Stale tbat there should be un
ity of action and co-operation tbroughoui
tbe city and Slab,-.
To this end, therefore, tbe undersigned,
the aub-commiitee of the rommittee re
cently appointed by the City Republican
convention to aid In curing tbe reorgani
zation of the pany, representing one ele
ment of tbe party on tbe one aide, and the
undersigned representatives of the other
element of the party, do mutually agree, in
furtherance of the wishes and demands of
tbe parly aa Its duly constituted repttaeuta
tires, to snd upon tbe following basis of
reunion, aad we will submit tbe same to be
aeted upon by tbe respective committees.
and upa ratification by each, to be the
standing order for tbs future Joint aotlon of
That we reonmmend that the two com
mittees units in a loint call for any and all
aeoesaary ooavention and meetings de
manded by tbe usages and customs of the
partv, and for re-oritaiiizatloa between now
tod September 1, im.
That the undersigned committeemen, to
fetter with tbe Chairman and Secretary of
eaeb eotumlttee, shall be vetted iuto the
sole authority to Institute and make all fu
ture ealli for the Joint meeting of the com
mittee, er any meetings for tbe purpose of
calling any oity convention or meeting for
tbe elrotloa er selection ef delegates to any
City or Stats or District Convention, or for
tbe election of precinct committeemen, so
that In til cites Jolat action can onl y be had
for auch purpoies, and separata action
shall be avoided.
That prior to the nesting of any such
convention so oalled tbs two uotnmttteet
shall upon the dar of and at an hour, ous
nour preceding the hour named, and, at
the plce called for the assembling of such
ooovention, unless otherwise mutually
agreed upon, meet in joint session and se
ed by baliut or viva voce vote tbe tempo
rary Chairman and Secretary and Aultunt
Secretary and officer usual to such conven
tions and assemblage, and as are custom
ary to be selected by committee selec
tion. That upon the joint assembling of the two
committee the same procedure shall be
bad as 1 practiced in the Senate of tbe
United Btatet to determine tbe long and the
short term of tbe Senators from a new
state to eelect the Chairman of the loint
session by and between the respective
Cbairmaa of tb committees,
and the Chairman drawing the
longest place of paper or other material
used shall thereby become the Chairman for
tucb Joint session and any recese of such
joint session for tbe day or until the pur
pose for which such session be called, shall
have been determined, and tbe Chairman
drawing the shortest material used shall be
tbe Tioe-Chau-man for such session or ses
sion, and, In tbe absence of the Chairman,
shall preside over any regularly adjourned
or reorts aeslon, at the tnstauce of ortn the
esse of the absence of the Chairman of sucb
joint session t
That theSeerataty of the Committee from
wblch the Chairman ef tbe joint session was
not drawn, shall be tbe Secretary of the
joint session, and that the Secretary of the
other commlltee shall then become the As
sistant Secretary ef tbe Joint session or les
sloti to be then bold.
That far some day (af the week usual for
sueb purposes) in the month of Auiust,
1881, there shall be Issued a joint
eall as above provided for tbe
calling: of meeting's upon tbe public and
usual notice for the election by the Repub
licans of tba several prsoincte of three Re
publican preclnot Committeeman in each
precinct and the election of a new City
Cojuraittee pursuant to tbe resolutions of
the Oiy Republican Convention held Feb
ruary 'itlth, 1870 and In aoenrdanre with tbe
action of said execution of it resolutions
That we further recommend the uniting
of State, District aud County Committees
where two conflieting Republican Commit
tees exirt, to tbe end that joint calls and
only united action may be ha I, and that
thereby there shall be no conflicting district
or county Convention held or doutile set 2
delegates by reasoa thereof, ent to any
City, County, District or State Convention
rhall be finally held under tbs joint anil by
tbe now two State Committees.
That by sucb desired uuitcd action will,
as should result, single state, district,
county and city committees, and an un
divided party throughout the state.
Tbat the date named by tbe tingle cal 1
of one of Ihe State Committees It ton early,
and precludes an expression of tbe Repub
lican states previous to tbat date, and
whether or not intentional, boart the con
struction of in attempt to forestall the ac
tion of Republican ttttes, by a Demoori
tic state, wblch no fair-minded Republican
should hesitate to disavow and remedy.
Tbat a new and a Joint call, and a later
date should be made by the Joint action of
the two State Committees.
Thot. B. Bodgeti,
C.I. Filler ,
Com. at Large. '
F.W. Motf, 8cy.
. J. Warier,
Com. at large.
. At Provldeaee.
Fhotidinci, R. I., Deo. 'J8.-A re
markable thunder storm and tlarj, light
oil enrr4 laat nlffcw
I. ..rt-w. ...... .... . "
The lUver at C'letelatBaU.
Cincinnati, D. o. 28. At So'olcok tbls
uuuiiing the river here was stationary wiia
about 00 feet of water In the obanael. By
10 o'clock it began falling, and la now gelug
down at the rate of two Inch, an hour.
At noon Rat and 8ausage Row were coin,
pletely under water, while Water street
from Broadway west wat . submerged
four inches desp. Cellars of all buildings
aud business heuset on Front street are
filled with water. It It eipeoted that the
water will leaf the inundated districts lv
ni'.'Ut. Representative of the charitable
societies of this oity art now visiting poor
and destitute people aleag tbe river front,
and attending their wants.
Tlin Licking, at Newpert, ie also reced
ing fast. No further damage It look ed (o v
H' portt from Qreen Rieor lay tbat timber
('utuciora will lot heavily by tbe wasbi'it;
away of rafts. Fartloulirt ire want'ti;.
Henry Barrett, colored, was drowned
while attempting to fattn a timber raft.
At Columbia, Obla, the water ha done
immense damage. Ose pier aad a 60-fo.it
span of the C'tnoJaaaH A Qoorgetewn R. 11.
bridge aoroBi ttt Little Miami ha he-n
washed twiy. IWket bottom H entirely
inundated. Seriem Utt of er-rn, fodder
and live stook. FttaUOOlalegln this morn.
tn; from Kasswha report Becking Valley
overflowed, leu very great. Total loss by
flood in tbe Valley win aggregate $200,000.
Tbe Leaa ol lb Plasty at.
London, Deo. 18. The owners of the
si s-eiiasliip, PlMt , pave received the
following particular 'lo regard to tbe disas
ter to that vesiett Tba ataamer had had
very heavy wsitber for a coupla of days,
and Nov. 17, when tt dtft out from the
port of New York, wJUre In latitude 44
north, lotglrude, 43 welt, the Plantyn
was caught It a glle Which gradually
stiffened until tne tea beeame furious and
the vessel unmeneejaibje. Tons of water
rolled over her diaia, mashing ra tbe ves
sel's poop and wttalag iway her deck en
gine, bridge, boatt aad rafts, making a
clean sweep of ker deal! and springing ber
p ates to (tbat lb begaa taking water
and ber six watertight compart
ments eommeneed filling. Tbe weather
continuing very levari, sad the fires baying
been put out b toe water, It was Impos
sible to work the aogtaet. Ths captain or
dered tbe vetiel'i aaago thrown overboard.
Four hundred Ua were taken out, and
the vessel ooa tinning t fettle in the water,
all bands wera otda to tbe pumps.
They were kept baWng day and nljht iu
order to keep her afloat, until Dc. 6th,
when the brt&oitlne ". D. T." hove in
sight ana fM osw trerworkee party were
rescued aad taken on board the brlgantlne.
It wat blowing a gale aad (our men were
swept ovirboird apd loot. The steamer
was abandoned In a slaking condition.
Aa Absconding Dealer In Stocks.
Nxw York, Dep. 28. Among enterpris
ing mlalng caplteUlU and operators who
liave come to thit altf from California in
the last few ytars wai Mr. O. S. Beuham.
He has beeaJor tome time a member of the
Mining 8tool ad Petroleum Exchange,
and wai ooosltraout on the floor. Some
time ago it wai announced that be wax to
be married Deoarjlber 15th, and would
leave for California on a bridal trip. Some
of bis fellow broken have sine convinced
themselves tbat he did leave. They also
feel that bit parting wai final. On Wed-
Deeday defaalt rns mauia an same f his
contracts on tbat day at well at yeeUrday,
and seversl tboutand ahares of nnulng
stocks were sold out foa his account under
the rules of tbe Exchange. It Is estimated
he owes members nearly (200,000 "on con
tracts. Coeklnff Halt.
Columbus, Deo. 28. Cocking mam
held here at 1 o'clock toll morning, Ivuhr
beim and Harrli putting birds from Hills-bo-o
agalmt Indiana itock owned by
Wright A Barelay. Itaket (100 a tide.
Louisville rules. Big money was bet. The
first pair flown weref gray by Wright,
black by Harris. Tbe latter bird weighed
a pound more than tb gray. They were
put down five timet; attroke through the ,
head finished the gray. Second pair were
Hrrls' gray and Wright's; red
lusted forty-five minutes and finished with
the victor blind. The red cock was the
better bird, but broke Its right leg earlv in
the fight and dropped dead. The main
Washington, Dec. 28. Judge Buck
ner, chairman of tbe House Committee on
Bunking and Currency, is preparing a bill
which would gradually replace tbe national
bank circulation by treasury notes Issued
by the Rovsmment. Be thinks the nation
al banks mutt dliappear when the national
debt doei. So diverse ate opinions of
members of tbe Bouse, however, tbat he
doe not know wbat fate tb bill will meet.
Mr. Bland, obaiman of tbe Committee
on Coinage, thinks no radical change will
be made at tbls session on any bails relat
ing to coinage of stiver.
A Flood Imminent.
WatkribuhV, Conn., Deo. 28. A re
markably heavy rain aud thunder storm
which lasted since three o'clock and accom
panied heavy fog and vivid lightning ha
carried off tbe deep snow as if by insnle.
If It continuts until morning a serious flood
in the Xaugatuok river seems certain. A
later disp atob lay i thit the storm is heaviest
in Mcrldan and Is affeotlag telairraph wires.
One telegraph operator was blinded aud
another nearly knocked down by HuM
nlng. ObairaotlatT Railway Track.
Nokfolk, 0., Dec. U8- Frank V., jut
tun was arrested tola nornlag for plariig
rails on tbe traok of tbe Baltimore t Ohio
railroad, between Qivana and Pontine. He
was brought here and Jailed.
Wm. Fox waa hanged to-day at Nevada,
Mo., in the praiiPO of a large assemblage,
fr the murder of Tom Howard.
Paddy Ryan baa thought better of It mid
declared bli boA evfth ituggir Sulllv tn at
San Franolieo oestmoath "off."
The steamship 01 do overdue at Queens,
town sine Monday morning has not yet
been heard from. JTo .speolal uneasiness
I felt en ber toooonl at ret.
A warrant la oat for tb arrest of Wm.
H. Blodgett, ona of tb oldett and h. st
known maa of Bhoda JsfUnd, and for thirty
I 'Vi'D ysara a tnttai affiolal la the l'rovi
dmce ioitknttoB tor aevlngs. Il I
charged with tba mbaMlament of $20,000.
A runaway oonpU wat detained in the
statloa houi at JUadtSf, Pa., last night,
by order of tfc btid father telegraphed
from Philadelphia. What tbe liaU old
iicutlimtn ltarud Hut they were sun
noiKb maxrJad. a touted and allowed
MISS EMMA AGAIN.
The ProiKutdsg WrtnaM Aflln in the
The Defomi iTtf atlag Hard to Slay off a
Hiixaaoa, HI., Bio. 18. ..ue attor
neys and jnrora appeared la oourt thl
moralng with brtghtor f aoai haowlng that
the end wat near aad the wonld soon get
their long needed rest.
TUB DEVENOB GLOOM.
At 9:20 tbli morning Mn. Hart, a sister
of Lt-e Pettns. wat called to the wltnes
stand and questioned by Judg Thornton a
to the kind of dree wora by Mis Bond on
tbe afternoon of the day ef tbe alleged out
rage. She testified tbat It was a ll;lit color
ed dress of thin material.
M s Ona Pattm wai oalled, and teiillted
to tbe sain faot. fiha was not eross-rx-amiued.
(ieo. Pettus, brother of Lee, was next
ealied. Ue saw John Montgomery about
dark on tbe evening of tbe crime, driving
along tbe road by witness' houe lu bi
wagon; was la Grove City oa tb day after
tbs outrage, and at a bildge near there;
Mont: "ierv sent a massage by bitn to Lee
Pettus, asking Lee to come to him (Mont
gsmery); heard Lawrence Hemleln say to
LefrPrHlus that John Montgomery bad sent
Mm to tell Lee tbat Clement! bad been ar
rested, an 1 If Lee knew anything agalust
bim be would batter tell It.
After witness left tbe stand, a de'av of an
hour was caused by. the court reporter at
tne request of the defense going after hi
notes and looking up the teitlmonv of H.
V. S.vlrk, to show that be made contradic
tory statement at the preliminary examina
tion, from those made at tbli trial.
MISS BOND RBCAM.KD.
At 10:30 Judse Thornton announced tbat
the defense bad now clotcd their case.
Mr. Dieanan, for tbe prosecution, im
mediately ordered that Mits Bond be sent
for and placed upon tbe stand.
The fHot that Miss Bond would be on tbe
sand became circulated and the court
room waa soon crowded. After a short
delay the appeared accompanied by her
mother. Miss Bond wore a light colored
cloak, a dark red hat, and wore her balr as
usual, with bangs. Though she looked
somewhat pale, ber general appe trance
was an Improvement on ber looks st the
tme she wss on tbe stand before.
HER ITOKY RESUMED.
In answer to the questions by Mr. D ren
aan she said she was at Mil. Pettus's
bout 2:45 o'olock on the afternoon, and
tbat on returning back to the tcnool
bouse she saw the wagon in the
She was then asked the question as to
whether Lee Pettus or Emanuel Clem en ti
were In the wagon.
Judge Thornton Immediately objected,
claiming tbat It waa evidence tbat should
have been brought out in oblef, and that
the prosecution could not now disprove
An argument then ensued, lasting over
an hour, and then Judge Phillips decided
that the evidence was preper and eould go
Mi Bond, who had during tbe argu
ment left tbe roans, was again recalled, and
la answer to tne question replied thai she
saw no en in tbe wagon. Tbat she was
about twice tbe leugth of tbe court-room
from it about 160 feet. She testified tbat
on returning to the sobool-bouse she asked
Charlie Master, her only pupil, what ba
bad been doiag aod wbere be bad beta,
and tbat he said be waa up to Mr. Pettus'
to get a drink aad tat on the platform ef tb
well and listened to Miss Bond sing.
THIS IS IN COMTRADICTIOJC
to what Charlie testified on cross-examination.
SLe said tbat she was at ber fatber'i
house In Vnv-m'ier and December, 188U,
and she inn mu red having a conversation
with a lady who tbe believed was Mrs.
Woodruff, of Taylorvtils, but did not tell
her that It wai only a supposition aa to
who committed the outrage, and that It was
done so quickly tbat she eould not see or
recotrnlze the man. MUs Bond was then
excused and left the room, and court ad
journed till 1:30.
When court adjourned there wat con
siderable excitement over this move of the
defense, which was made evidently for the
purpose of Impeaching ber testimony. Tbe
excitement remained vnabated. At 1:30,
tbe hour the court waa to meat, when the
counsel for the defease held a consultation
the court gave tbea three-quarters an
hour. At the end of that time Judge
Thornton arose and made the following
"Your Uonort, I mav to withdraw tbe
jurors and oontlnue the oas."
Judge Phillips reoeisjed the motion and
caused It to be filed. The greatest Interest
prevailed among tbe spectator at to the
outcome of tbe raoriea. Judg Thernton
submitted an affidavit, earing tbat be gave
notiee In fore tb evidence wis taken, tbat
he would Introduce on particular witness.
That witness not having arrived, he s-ked
for a continuance. Tb witness' name, he
said, Is Nellie Woodruff.
This motion wai the cause of much priv
ate discussion, the general opinion being
that Judge Thornton feele that the Jury Is
against hi ollent, and he wants to prevent
a conviction. The move Is bold, hut it his
little chance of ineceii. It will be argued
all tbe afternoon.
Boston, Dq. 28. The sharp thunder
storm of last night flooded the city. There
v ote 2!i feet of Mow In the ttreets md
no preparation had been made for a thaw
or rain. Not a gutter or sewer hole had
heeu opened br the oltf. Tb result is tbat
the sidewalk ar flooded md the dimage
will amount to many thou snd dollars. The
city will doubtless be oalled on to pay
heavy damage The excuse given by- tbe
superintendent ! itraita tor the neglect ii
t hut ha bad u j mono with which to pay
Banff for Hareter.
Hozemav, Mont,, Dee. 88. John A,
Clark wu hanged In tb Jtll-yard yesterdav
for tbe murder of The. Rogen at Trail
Creek. Thirty oltlaeni veitneesed the exe
cution. Clark on th gallowa protested his
Innocence and laid b belonged to one of
tbe belt fmllla of Ylrglnla.
Aw EcUteur'a Boaik,
Dison, Ind., Dia. tt. Joha L. McFct
terdge, Jr., ditor of tba Bvaatns Star,
riled itfi 'loek thit morning of brain le
ver. Ha wuMrit of aga aid unmr,
i A make eat tlaotr !.
CurctMNATt, Dm. M.-Tba TradM aad
Labor AmmblT didl bf a vol, IT
delegate iphaMf1 tailu a WorkUgmea'i
ticket la lb tail m tie mi etM.
Haw York, Dm. 28. -Th tog and ralo
ysterday wai taeoeedsd by a very heavy
gale last light. Tb atmosphere was
clear, with bright ranahloe, while there
was a fifty-mile wind at Sandy Hook . One
ocbooair dragged aaahori and was drive
A KaaMtwtty Bnghtsr ').
C'LitVELAjrD, O., Deo. U8.-Last July
Qretcbaa Rumaael, 18 yaari old, a daughter
nr a barber living In Munich, Bavaria, took
1,600 mirki ker father bad saved up and
t an away to Amerloa. Iha oam here where
a woman friend Uvea and found work aa a
domestic In a farmer' family at Collamtr.
Recently the waot a penitent letter borne
by tues.ni of th pott mark n which tbe
father trsoed her, and yesterday father aud
laughter lit out on their return to Europe.
A Paraoa'a Calk
New York, Deo. 28. Ba-Contressma
J. Hyatt Smith has been oalUd to the pul
pit of tbe East Congregational church,
Tompklna ivenue, Broeiln, N. Y. v
WANTED TO COMMIT SUICIDE.
Capt. Gilbert J. Long, who wa prevent
ed by a Watchman from Jumping off East
K ver Bridge tw yean ago will re neat th
attempt Washington'! birthday. He vrlll
A Seeasjrl Jailed.
Dallas, Tk., Do. JS. George Tole
was lodged In JaM last night. The obarst
agiinst him it, that In order to ruin the
daughter of Henry Bahulti, a planter with
whom be wat employed, he bad a mock
marriage performed, using a confederate
as a minister, and after living with the gIN
several months, deserted her In a delicate
condition. Tb girl parents had opposed
him In hie suit.
Aceldenl the;PeuBar Ivanla Road-2
PlTTSBURO, Pa., Deo. 28. Panier
train No. 43 on tbe eeuthwest branch of
tbe Peansylvanla Ralltoad struok a broken
rail near Dunbar, Pennsylvania, this
morning, and tbra ooaebei and a baggage
car were thrown from tbe track and badly
wrecked. A number of passenger! were
slightly injured, but none were killed.
Chicago, Dee. 28. Tbe Northwester
Marble Dealori are la union to-day at tba
Tremont Hus. St. Lnli, Cleveland,
Toledo and other polnti are . reprssMlsd.
The change io tar made ra the price-list
are radical, but limply to make rates eea
form to those of other market.
Lowla Lewla ol Bt Lottie.
New York, Deo. 28. Mr. Lewis Lewis,
of St. Louit, ha rented one of the hand
some Queen Anne villa owned by Miss
Minnie Cummlngs. the aotresi, at East
Knd, Long Braaeb, N. J., and will occupy
It next summer.
Their Last aUelgb Bid.
Frrmont, 0., Deo. 28. Wdasdy,
near Bluffton, Jha L Armttuti and his
two daugbtara attempted to cross tbe track
of tbe Lake Erie A Western railroad Ih a
sleigh when a ptisenger train struck aad
killed all of them.CIl
wept Away Md Drowned.
Boone villb, lad., Deo. 28. Two ue.
knows ansa attempted to cro Pigeon
Creek while swollen with inewand rain and
running a torrent. The team was swept
awsy and lost and the men drowaod.
DECEMBER 48. ,
AiV MOO .
CATTLE Reoetptl 8.800 weak;
exports $60OfS8 6O eooa to cnoiu
hipping quoted at $T 79 (96 40; corutntn
to fair ft WM 00.
HOaS-ReoelDU 16.000 dull and slow;
light at I4 8T458 63; roub'h paokin
ti 8MM 40; heavy packing aud suinuliu
tofW 90. '
CATTLE Exporter W 80dM 80; roij
to heavy do $5 7506 40t light to fair 5 IU
& 60; common to medium $4 0 t)5 00; fair
to good Colorado dOOras 60; southwest fl It
JW; grass Texans $3oS3 00; liglit to
good stockers 1 6033 7; fair to goo toti
ers$8 76faM2o; eommoa to uhoico aativ) ,
cows and helfen $8 00.14 83; eatllaw4s of
any kind $2 80(91 00.
HOOS-ReoaipU 8,908 bead; shipments
1,518 head. Market unsettled. Pack
ere tailing atfa BOtSo 20 for rough imxd;
and buMbir tady at
SHBKP Common, medlumaud llit J i4
BOrBS Mi Drltue i
OOsf, mint ii Jo
WHEAT Ditember tfh February
W '( ; January Mt May 1 08 . V
CORN Deoemoer 69 1 January 51)'.:
February MX ; May 60.
OATS December 88; January 8 8 .;
February 831 May iV4.
WHKAT-Deoember $1 02 b: rear
lanuary 103MI February tl t'ft'.i
1 0..H ; May II UKOl 11 ; March 1 UT .
CORN December 48 b: vear ; Jan-
.tav 4tiVav48Jt February iQHOmK-, Mav
OAT8 Desamber 80X hi year ; Jan
uary 31 K ; February 82 b; May :;v,
WHEAT Deoember a ; .lanuarv
U IW; February fl W4 Mav i l"'..
CORJl Deombr ; Januarv l;
February Oft; May 68.
OATS December 40M; Januarv 40 H;
February 41 j May 44.
BLTTEK Ommry at 80r3l to 34tt;
fur telsosiou, a shade inor in atmaii wav;
second! at SfitaisS. Dairy at 2m
(or onolc to faoo, to 27 for selections;
lair 13(916; tow grade 8410. Poor, to
choice near-by m palls SV915.
EOS Reoelpl 88 pkg. In poor de
mand and ilew at X8o. forgootitocbnlee
POULTRY Dretssd, Spring chld.cn
-email SI 80; fair to ebotce. 11 T.'i a 2 On;
choice $3 00; Old ehlokent Cocks ,
mixed, $1 7BVai 00; hent, ,
turkert, $8Va)Udoin; acootdlng to sl
and dressed at UiiUHe per lb. ; ducKt
ta OOMHOO; Qmh 0Td7.
' UTeWTOOL. . fh
w hiat arrtrtl (jvlet aad and coi n to
arrive uaokaafd, Wbat iteadvt con
to arrlv qntai. Mark Lm Wheat, dud
and Mr dull. 4antry aiarket iititti.
CallforaU whMt to tvrrrr declined Id.
Spot whMtdH 1". t aprlaif, 8s 4d;
N ), S iprlag. fat market t Western
wiaVw. obTML Mlxid western corn dull
at C M. llsB Jrm Coatinent and
UHJa4oUg la Wkt
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