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Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
Beat of surgical diseases, and diseases of womva
OFFICII On 14th street, opposite the Post
office, Cairo, 111.
R. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
TAPOB, KLBCTRO VAPOR asd MEDICATKD
A lady in attendance.
QR. W. C. JCCFLYN,
OFFICI-Klgata Street, near Come erclal Avenoe
R. E W. WHITLOCK,
Omci No. IS Commrt) Avenoe, between
Rest and tlltith Htret
A Mew and complete Hotel, fronting o
Second and Railroad Utreett,
Tbs Passenger Depot of the Chicago, St. Lonli
and ew Orleans: Illinois Central; Wabaeh, St.
Louis and Pacific; Iron Mountain and Southern,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. Louis Railway
are all Just across the street: while the Steamboat
Landing Is bat one square distant.
Tale Hotel la heated by team, has steam
Laundry. Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Call Bella.
Automatic Flre-Alarmi, Baths, absolutely pure air,
pertect sewerage and complete appointment.
Saperb furnishings; perfect service; and an an
I. P. PARKRR CIO.. XjfmnKfm
136 6c 138 Com'l Ave.
have received a full and complete line
ol new Fall and Winter
Cloaks, Dolmans, Notions, Etc.
A heavy stock of Body Brussels, Taper
trie and Ingrain
A fall stock of Oil Cloths, all elset and prices
f Oil Cloths, all else
itlliitirv P. Punt iJ LiirnSnk'
fall and comDlcto stock li now bolnv
eteeea ink as great Bargains.
eVU Gtooda Bottom Price!
RAISING THE WIND
A Bnm Which Blew the Mask from i
A Lawyer Cannot rortrlnt- and Swlud.
link Mklpa, On I for Parle
LaSallb, III., Jan. It. -K. J. Wall, of
Ottawa, oiih of the bent known atlorneyt of
this vloinliy, has turned out to-be a former
and embezzler, and has made Ills presence
scarce. He bi d heretofore borne a good
reputation, v. as considered a man of pro
feulonkl ability, and bad many friend and
influential connection that scoured him
prestige and u lucrative practice.
UIK BTOKYOr HIS I)!8I:a( K
Is reported as follows: About two vein
ago Mrs. Marearet Cuahman, u milliner
of Ottawa, gave him $3,300 to loan out at
interest. He returned ber notes from three
UlfT-retit parties for Hie money secured by
rnortifages on alleged valuable real estate.
The Interest waa paid promptly at the ex
plratlon of the flrt year, but at the end
of the second was not forthcoming. Mr.
Cuiliman konn after put the matterln tbo
bandit of T. W. Crane, also an Ottawa at
torney, who on examining the securities
found that tb namet on the noiei bad
been either forged or were fictitious, the
signatures to the mortgagee being of the
tame character as were alto the Recorder's
Wall wit apprised of the fact that bit
crookedness had been dltcovered and In.
formed that the Immediate refunding of
the money would alone save him from pros
ecution. State Senator J. W. Duocan, bit
partner, and M. White, a hotp man, of
O'tawa, procured the money for Mrt.
SETTLED TRK MATTER.
But there was more to follow. The affair
was rumored about and it reached the eart
of John Smith, an Ottawa laborer, who a
short time previous bad furnished Wall
with 11,000 to Invest for him. He had bit
securities examined and found them to be
ofthestme nature as Mrt. Casbman'i.
Tblt required another check from the loan
brokert'i friends. Subsequently, a third
claimant, Charles Waldron, a farmer living
near L'llca, and w ho bad Wall act it attor
ney in tbt settlement of bit mother's es
tate, came forward with a note and mort
gage for 4A00 of the tame old type. Friends
ttlli stood by blai, but the end was not
A fourth perton bat now appeared on the
teene, wbo declares tail Intention off siting
Wall's icalp first and tecuring bit money
afterwards, If be can. Friends could not
head off thw man, but Wall did by leaving
ftr parts unknown.
EDUCATED FOE A PRIEST.
Wall It tbout 40 yean of age.
duoaled for the priesthood. In
Wat the Deinocratio oaudldate for
Attorney in tbit county, but was defeated.
Be bat twice been Assessor of Ottawa, and
it a member of tbt law firm of Dunean,
O'Cennell & Wall, of tblt elty and Ottawa,
reoogntxtd aa the most influential legal
combination In the county. Since bit dlt
graot various minor offenses of long stand
ing have been tbarged to him. Piaymg
poktr and buying options are regarded as
the tbeantls that absorbed bit nuances.
Iwe Boat a Sauk.
St. Locis, Jan. 11. On Wednetday
eve ning shortly after dark tbe tow boat
Haves, belonging to P. P. Manioa, and
tbe packet Tbot. Garrett, tbe property of
the American Transportation company,
were twept from tbeir nioorlngi
at the wbarf below the workhouse
and sunk by tbe loe. Both boatt bad been
lying tbsre for tome time, and with tbe ex
ception of tbe watchman no one waa on
board. On Monday and Tueaday tbe ice
wat gorged In that vlelaity, being piled as
high at 90 feet in tome placet. Fearing a
sudden break both boatt bad been secured
by double hawaert , and were considered
aa tafe tt strong cablet could make tbem.
Yesterday tbe gorge began golug out tnd the
ioe wat piled high around tbe boatt, tear
ing away tbt guards and filling tbeir lower
decks. Tbt weight of the Ice alone wat
eufflolent toiwarap tbe tteatnera. and tbey
would undoubtedly bave sunk at tbe wbarf
bad not tbe hawser parted, allowing tbem
to be carried out into tbe river and ground
to pieces. Both vessels were totally
wrecked, and no efforts will be made to
raite tbem. A buoy denoting tbeir local
ity Is all that will ever be teen of either of
Tbe Raven was an old vessel, and was
purchased by Mr. Manton in October last,
no insurance upon ber exoept tbe fire in
surance. The Garrett waa an old; boat,
but in prime ondltlon. and waa valued at
f 14,000, on which there wat an insurance of
Hue for Divorce.
Chicago, Jan. 11. Margaret Calling
wood, leading lady in Brooks & Dickson
'Her Atonement" Company, now playing
at tbe Honly Theatre, instituted suit for di
vorce against her bunband, George C, on
tbe grounds of cruelty and desertion. She
claims he brought about the marriage by
representing that ha wat wealthy and tcion
of a noble house, both of which are entire
Eaton, O., Jan. 11. Jarvls X. Lake,
Infirmary dlreotor of thla county and clerk
t that board, and a prominent cbursh
member, has gone wrong. Tbe discrepan
cies in bit account! amount to several
thousand dollars. Con slderable excite
Tbe Wrsek tt Fnrney.
Dallas, Tex., Jan. 11. Tbe latest Infor
mation of the wreck on theTexasPaclflc near
Farney on Wednesday tnys: tbeengii rand
brakemen were killed and tbe fireman
was tartoutly Injured. Tbe loooraotlve
ad a number of ears were demolished.
Peaehea Mil KIU4 tvn Vanssb
Hartvillk, Mo., Jan. 11. There Is no
question but that tbe peach crop of North
watt Missouri will prove a total failure, tbe
severe weather having virtually killed it.
The apple outlook is good.
Case bias; !.
Louisville, Jan. 11. There wat a
cooking main here thlt morning. Beards
town vs. Louisville. The former won four
f the six matches. Bis; money changed
Dnsarirl te Desstkk
Beverly, Ky., Jaa. 11. John Beard, a
farmer wat rldhig a mule and when he
dismounted his foot caught In the stirrup
and hs was dragged te death by tbe animal.
rmllare el tbe Week.
New Tori. Jan. 11. R. G. Dun & Co.
report S3S failures tor the present stalest
Set fey Innt week la tie OeJUsl 8tn4 and
Cmabetl In by Stow.
Hubokkn, X. J., Jan. 11. Snow and
ice tn-day crushed In the roof of tbe round
bn.ise in the yards of the D-laware, Laok
uwanaand Western Railroad, fatally In
) n ring John Jordan, an employ, and
rooking two engines.
Lottery Man Arretted.
Chicago, Jan. II. U. Frauk Moore,
rewntly arrested, convicted and lined for
using the malls In the interest of tbe Lou s
aim Lottery, was placed under arrest again
yesterday on a similar charge.
t rletiile of Ibe Nlaaltalppi.
Washixotov, Jan. 11. The frlandt of
tbe MissiMtlppI are much encouraged at tbe
prompt action of the Senate to-day, In
pting a bill lo grant fl. 000,000 for Imme
diate use on that river, and tbe prospects
of Its parage in the House. Tbe House
Committee on Rivers an d Harbors held a
inet'tln',' to-day and referred the message
to a committee of which Blancbard and
Henderson trc membert.The understondlng
it that tbey will report a bill at a very earlr
(Uy, and thtt It will get through tbe House
and l)Ci'om a law before the end of the
Washington, Jan. U. The House
Committee on Rivers and Harbors bave re
ferred the subject of the immediate appro
priation of $1,000,000 for tbe Improvement
(if the MisKlsslppI to a sub-committee, con
xistinz of Messrs. Blancbard, Gibson aud
Henderson, of Illinois.
The t'oaniry'a Catsmla.
Washington, Jan. 11. At a meeting of
the House Committee on Railways and
Canals Mr. Murphy, on request of tbe
members, gave a history of the
Hennepin Canal. Mr. Weunple tblokt
f introducing a bill In tbe
for in appropriation for the
nent Improvement of tbe Erie
lionet Peelnfflc Committee.
Washington, Jan. 11. At a meeting of
the ilmise Committee ' on postofHces and
post road. Mr. Money was authorized to
n port to tbe House for favorable action a
bill making public roadt and highways post
roads, and glvlnc the Postmaster-General
tbe power to establish postal service when
ever In hit Judgment tbe public welfare re
qtiiret it. The bills of Anderson and Sum
ner relative to tbe postal telegraph were r
ferred to a sub-comraltlee. Mr. Bingham,
a member of tbe sub-committee, says no
action towards formulating the bids will be
taken for ten daytor more. .
BoarellBtr-lloDae Thief NetttenesMl.
New York, Jan. 11. Emil Voegtlin,
I bo son of a scenic artist, persists in being a
b'ardlng-hoMse thief, and to-day was
sent to Slate's prison for tlx yeart. Ti e
Jude positively refused to su-pend the
Washixoton, Jan. 11. Van Wyok ,
from the Committee on tbe Improveiuou;
of tbe Mississippi River, submitted a Joint
resolution appropriating $1,000,000 to son
tlnne the improvements begun on the
Mississippi river by tbe Improvement Com
mission. After a long debate it was
amended, to give tt the form of a bill,
f Mr. Call introduced a bill providing tof
the establishment of a university of medi
cine at the Capitol of tbe United States, for
the advancement of telence and tbe discov
ery of improved methods in tbe treatment
and cure of diseases. It appropriates fl,
10(0,000 as a perpetual endowment, the in
ten it to 0e paid for -salaries of professors
and cost of experlmen ts. Tne sum of
$100,000 additional It to be appropriated for
the pureba'e of grounds and the erection of
suitable buildings. The allopathic, bomenpa
hiu and electio methodt are all to be re
presented in the professorships.
BatllrotMl Lund Grant.
Washington, Jan. 11. Tbe tub-coin-inlttee
of tbe House committee on public
lands, to whom was referred tbe question
to order tbe Und grant forfeiture bills to
be considered, bave reported that consid
eration will be begun immediately,
In the following order: Texas Pa
cific. Oregon Central, Ontonagon
sud State Line, California
and Oreeon, Oregon and California, North
ern Paclttc, Atlantic and Pacttlc, Southern
Pro, He, California, New Orleans, Baton
Rouge and Vicksburg, Atlantic, Gulf and
Went India, I'ensacola and Georgia, Finn-
da, Atiautic and Gulf; Central, Mobile
and Uirard; Selroa, Rome and D.ilton;
Vicksburg, Shreveport and Texas; Sioux
City aud St. P.tul; Chicago, St. Paul and
Minneapolis; Chicago, St. Paul and Oma
ha, and Wisconsiu Central.
The reports were adopted by tbe full
committee. The clerk was directed to give
a copy to the press, signed by chairman
C"l)l. The JetM Pacific grant to be con
sidered first, was originally madc to the
Texts Pacific Railroad, and it now claimed
by tbe S tithern Pacific The land
amouu't to 14.000,000 nores, the estimated
worth of which it HO, 000. 000.
Washington, D. C, Jan. 11. Sena
tor McMillan of Mlnnetota, who it talked of
at McC'rary's tuccetsor as United States
Circuit Judge, tayt, that while be will
make no effort to get the place, and while
he hat no Information that the President Is
thinking of hit name In that connection, be
would probably think favorably of the po
sition If tendered him. He tayg, tbat while
Ibe Senate It a very pleasant place, he
thinks be would prefer Judicial duties to
which be had been long accustomed before
bit election to the Senate.
FOIB EXtOAXS MCBDEBED.
Billy lite Khl'e Old Gnat? Operating on
I he Hoot her Frontier.
Santa Fe, Ji. M., Jan. 11. Gov. Shol
don has beon notifed of an outrageous kill
ing tt Seven Rivers, a Southern frontier
town. Bill Wilton, Yank Reole, Boney
Williams and Tom Htckett, at one time
members ef the notorious Billy the Kid
gang, and now rustlers on the Mexican
border, took tbe town by storm while drunk
and held high carvlval for two days, Intim
idating everybody at the point of their.
Winchester. On Touriday morning a
party of a dozen Mexloan laborers at work
on the Pecos Valley ditch entered tbe town
for provisions. Tbt rustlers balled tbem,
and as they returned began firing, result
ing In the death of four of tbe party, M.
Floret, Juan Lermo, Theodore Udda'rl,
and Sitto Gultemot. A hundred shots wore
fired. Thi outlaws then mounted their
horses and fled toward eld Mexico. A
Lincoln county paste has gons in pursuit
and great exoUasBent prevent alec the
MORNING, JANUARY 12.
ANOTHER ANGEL JESSE.
A Sing Bandit of Arkansaw Shot and
Killed by a Companion. tx-;
lie Waa a f'old-BlsMMltxl Murderer, a
Holly and a ( award, and Ills "Re
naval" Waa a Benefit to
Faykttbvilib, Ark., Jan. II. Last
evening, on tbeir way home from Fayette
vllle, where they had been during tbe
greater part of tbe day, Jeff. Gllliland and
John Malone quarreled and Jiff, fired on
Malone without effect. Malone returned
tbe fire and killed Jefferson Instantly. The
tbot took effticl In the bead, going in over
tbe right eye and coming out behind the left
ear. Your correspondent learnt that It was
a JusMfiable case. The shooting occurred 3
miles south of Fayetterllle. Jeff. Gilllland,
was noted as a desperate character, and the
only surprising thing in hit existence it
that be bad been able to live as lonx ts he
has. It was at bis bouse that a United
S atat Marshal and a posse of thirty-six
men were repu'sed by OilllUnd, assisted
by bis brother and the two Webbs, while
endeavoring to serve a warrant ou some
borse thieves harbored there In September,
INS.'. (iilliland was a boon companion of
JOHN AND GEOHCK RKED,
brothers, who were killed within the past
tour yeart In Fayettevllle. He was at
timet publicly charged, out with what
foundation It it not known, of complicity
In the assassination of Patten, the City
Marshal of Fayettevllle, and of Morinet,
the Deputy Sheriff of Washington County,
both of whom Inst their lives on the 2d day
of July, 1881, on the principal corner of
tbe business portiou of Fayettevllle at the
bands ol two unknown murderers. G. in
land was also In company with dim Webb,
when within a few yards of where Gllli
land lost bis life. Tbe latter in October,
im, ki led a poor and
INOFFKN8IVB OLD IMMIGRANT,
Just In order, as be expressed it at the
time, "to see the old man kick." The
deceased was known as a coward In the
ordinary tense, but dangerous as a foe,
from ibe fact that be would resort to
despotic meatnres for vengeance or retal
atlon. He was a great talker .and bad
about him usually the worst characters In
the country of late years. He has been
recognized as the Jesse James of Arkansas
and the leader of tbe gang.
Trknton, N. J., Jan. 11. Water men
watching tbe Delaware aay tbe present
washout ts timllar to that of the winter
of 1S67, when a back-water frethel
did untold damage on both tides
of tbe river. Tuetday't rains and latt
nlght'a thaw oaused an overflow on tbe
Pennsylvania shore for a considerable dis
tance inland. Tbe farmers along tbe
manor found ho:" :md ows standing
waist deep In water in tiieir stalls thit
Tbe Murderer el Katie Brodshott.
Nkw York, Jan. 11. William Menken,
tbe murderer of Kate Brodtboff, waa taken
to Eimlra, V. Y,, tblt morning In com
pany with District Attorney Bacon and
Chief of Police Little, of Elmtra.
THE LAI'GH ON SAGE.
How the Richest man on the Miork
Exrhanfe Waa Sqneesed by
Hilarious Scenes and Good Humor Fright
en the Ghosts of Oare and Anxiety
from tbe Busy Mart.
New York, Jan. 11. Russell Sage was
bauly squeezed yesterday on a sudden rail
by Wra. H. Vanderbllt for 200 sbaree of
Michigan Central stock. Russell's excuse
Is tbat be wat attending t funeral, and thus
neglected to- make the delivery. If so,
tbat funeral cost bim the sum of $150, and
only those wbo were present or his return
to his office can appreciate the state of bit
feelings when acquainted of this loss. Just
before tbe close of business on tbo Stock
Exchange yesterday. Chairman' James
Mitchell rap; ed for order and read a no
tice from W. 8. Webb A Co., of No. 37
Wall street. Mr. Webb Is one ot Vander
bill's numerous sons-In-law, and it a
member of tbe FAchange and acta as one of
the "old man's" brokers. Tbe notice
wtt to tbe effect th it
RU88EL 8AGU HAD FAILKD
to m ike a delivery of 200 shares ot Mich
gan Central, and in default ot delivery a
request that the chairman buy In 200 tharet
on Mr. Sage't account. Tne scene on the
Exchange after the reading of the notice
wat exciting for a moment. The reading
having been indistinct, tbe members wore
In doubt as to tne amount of the undeliv
ered stock and the horrible suspicion of
Sage's failure and its consequences crossed
tbeir minds. Tblt for a monv'tvt only, and
then the humor of tne situation flashed
across tbe Board-room and there was one
prolonged yell of delight. Tbe brokers
could scarcely restrain themselves, and
they pulled themselves pearly to pieces in
their efforts to express their feelinis.
Finally, as the chairman called for offers o'
Michigan Central stock for "cash" de
livery, 4,Bllly" Hijulrlquea, brother of
Alexander Hendrlques, tbe vice-chairman,
A POPULAR MEMBER,
climbed upon the top ot a bench and
shouted at tbe top of bis voloe, "Make
your hik'h, boyt. Make tbe old man pay
for this." The "old man" referred to
was Russell Sage, and tbe proposition was
to make the bdavy capitalist pay for thit
transaction. Mr. Hendriques' remarks
only Increased the merriment, and, as he
was out of order, Mr. Mitchell, with diffi
culty suppieesing the lauihter, fined Mr.
Hendriques $1. The 200 shares were then
bought In for Russell Sage at
0-2 V. The last previous tale bad
been at 93, to that Mr. Sage's
non-delivery cost him $100. At his
office It was said that Mr. 8a?e had gone
to a funeral, to bit version could not be ob
tained, but it Is said that tbe non-delivery
may have been not accidental, but inten
tion. I, as Vanderbllt It calling In the ttnek
very last, and, at It it very aoarce, Mr.
Sage would have bad to paj W percent,
premium for borrowing to make a delivery.
At tbe office of W. S. Webb & Co. it wat
said that I he 200 shares bad been borrowed
by Mr. Sage, that
HUM AND HAD BEEN MADK
for It on Wednesday, and yesterday inorn
ing thev notinVd Mr. Sure that un'es he
in idc the del, very tho chalrniiin would be
I'm H mI. Mr. "age is one of tlin uldct, at
o is undoubtedly the richest, member of
the Stock Exchange.
A BRUTAL ASSAULT.
A Fifteen-Tear-Old Boy Aota at a Deooj
The Victim Horribly Basstera, Bnl she
Ohjret ol the. Robbers Thwarted.
New York, Jan.lll.Asmali;boy, about
lfi years of age, entered Daniel Blr.gs' cigar
store at No. 64 West Forty-tecond street,
and a-kd for a flve-oont cigar. The clerk,
M. W. I.eob, auold roan 61 yean old, was at
his lunch In tbejrear of tbe store at the time.
He gave tbe boy a elgar which wat paid for
with a fifty-cent piece. Tbe lad ttarted
tor the door, when he apparently dropped
something on tbe floor, and when Mr.
Leob peered over the counter the boy was
on bis knees, looking for tbe lost article.
After waiting live or ten minutes, Mr.
Leob abandoned hit lunch, and went to the
front of the counter to assist tbe boy in hit
search. The old man adjusted bit spectacle-,
and assuming a atooplng posltfon
looked carefully over the floor, bis back
being toward tbe door. At tblt moment
two rough-looking men, who had been
watching from the outside.
QUIETLY OPENED THE DOOR
and stealthily entered. Old Mr. Loeb
feeling the ooid draught, pattlally raited
himself, when he wat felled by a heavy
blow on the head. He cried out for help,
ami, with tbe blood streaming over bit
face, arose to bis feet. ' Tbe ruffian, wbo
was aimed wiih a short piece of leadeo
pipe, anain struek the old man down. The
blow, powerful at It wat, did not render
the old man unconscious, and regaining
bis fe t he struggled with the ruffiant. 11 o
was quickly overcome, however, and waa
rcpt aledly beaten over tbe head with tbe
pipe. During tbe struggle be succeeded
in biting his assailant's band. His shouts
avpanutly frightened tbe ruffians, for
they iiurriedly left tbe ttore without tecur
ing the money till, wbloh wat evidently
their design. With fait face and elothet
covered with blood tbe old roan followed
tbem to the ttreet, where he sank upon tbe
pavi-ment from exhaustion. In the mean
time a cowd gatbered and teveral men
gave chase to tbe tbievea. Tbe ruffiant
separated, one funning along Forty-tecond
ttre.'t and the other taking the opposite
route. Ths boy disappeared at soon at
THE STRUOGLE BKOAN.
He was apparently tbe Oliver Twist of
the affray. Tbe men succeeded in eluding
their pursuers. Archibald, tbe cabman
wbo was standing under tbe elevated rail
road station, beard tbe old man's crlet and
saw him standing In tbe door covered with
blood, pointing toward Sixth avenue. A
man ran around tbe corner Just then aud
tbe cabman followed. He caught tight of
bim half way to Forty-third ttreet and pur
sued bim Into that ttreet and toward Fifth
avenue. On the corner a orowd wat gath
ered at the Temple Emanuel, where Dr.
Lnsker's funeral was In progress. Tbe
robber ran Into the erowd, after looking
around to tee if bo was followed, and tbe
LOST SIGHT Or HIM.
The cigar store it situated in the most
prominent part of Fortr-aeaond ttrtet. It
is tbe third door east ot Sixth avenue and it
almost at the foot of the stairs ot the Ele
vated Railroad station. There was tbe
usual number ot eltlxent on tbe ttrett at
tbe time of tbe outrage, and passengers
coming down tbe Elevated Railroad stairs
could obtain a vievi of the Interior ot tbe
store. A physician wbo wat descending
tbe stairs as the ruffiaus burtt through tbe
doorway saw tbe old man ttagger to the
street, and link down in a pool of blood.
He assisted to oarry bim Into tbe store and
washed tbe blood from the wounds. He
bad one horrible gash extending from tbe
right eye to the center of the skull and there
were several other wounds upon bis betd.
The leaden pipe which the burglars left be
hind them, wat about a foot long and was
bent In a half circle as -though caused
BIT SI HIKING MR. LOEB'S HEAD.
An ani'iii'i-wr -vas summoned and Mr.
Loeb was n iihiw-.i io St. Luke's hospital.
He wat subsequently tent to hit borne.
His condition it critical. Mr. Binge, tbe
proprietor of tbe ttore, laid tbat nothing
bid been atolen. Tbe police of the Nine
teenth Precinct bad been advised of tbe
outrage), and a telegraphic report was tent
to beadquartert from the station in Fifty
first ttreet. It found Intpeotor Byrnes
there, aud he tent two et the detectives to
look into the matter. They obtained from
tlm cabman a partial descrlptloq of the rob
her who e-csped on Fifth avenue, but It !
not prolmble tbat be can be Identified if ar
rested. Failure ol an Attempted Robbery.
Sr. Louis, Jan. 11. At 2 o'clock this
morning five men entered Wm. Biebuscb't
saloon, southeast corner ot Eighth and
Market streets, and approached tbe
counter. Tbo barkeeper walked up to
serve tbe customers, when one of the men
suddenly drew a revolver and ordered him
to tlnow up hit bands. He refused and
wheeled ab ut towards tbe rear of the bar,
wlimi the man with tbe revolver fired at
bim. but missed his rrark. They all de
camped Immediately after the shot. Three
of the m n were short and stout and two
of tbem tall. All bad smooth faces.
Tbe whole occurrence only occupied a
moment, and the barkeeper bad no time
to make a ch se observation of bit visitors.
TUG STUARTS) SET FREE.
Anather Verdict thai la Regarded aa an
Ai.kdo, III., Jan. 11. Tbe trial of Jane
Lovte Stuart, for tbe murder of Wm. H.
Brown, ended thit morning wltb a verdict
ot "not guilty," the plea being temporary
Insanity. Her husband, tried at accessory
two weeks since, wat acquitted on the
grounds of insufficient .evidence. Both
trials were sensational throughout. The
two trluls ocoupled over three weekt. Pub
lic s nilment it divided at te tbe Justice of
the verdicts, especially at to Mrt. Stuart.
Many wbo beard all the evidence regard It
as an outrage on Juttice.
It Waa Anatber Man.
Philadelphia, Jn. ll.-Iuqutry at the
office of the Board of Correction sbowt
that there It no truth In the pueliihed
ttory, that Charles Delmonlce wat admit
ted yesterday to the House of Correction, the
only asylum for destitute at Helmesburg.
It Is positively ttated that hs is not and
never was tn inmate of the Inttitulioa.
Th I'sslou Pacific.
New York, Jan. 11. -Mr. Jay Gould,
spoke very bulllthly about ibe Union Paul
He yesterday, He tays that ths reoent
Northwest alliance Is bentse lei tn all par
ties, especially la the Union Ftoiiiotnd that
nothing It to he feared frtra ths Burlington
Loxdo.y, Jan. 11. The despatch a
aeuoolng that the steamer Ctluo was re
ported off the Lljzard, is srroneout, The
eaptsln ef the Argoty ttatet, tbat from tie
time tbe Argosy spoke tbe Celtlo on Jsaa
try 6th, until bis arrival at Falmouth, con
trary winds ware experienced. . Ha hardly
expected the Celtlo to make port before 10
dayt. TheCtltto was spoken in latltnde
46 degrees north, longitude 47 wetl, 1,200
miles west of tbe Llzzard. The vessel,
with the exception of a broken shaft, was
all right and making good progress.
London, Jan. 11. Several passengers
from the over-due stesmei Celtic, wulou
sailed from New York, Deo. loth, and who
were transferred to the steamer Argoty,
bave been landed at Falmouth. The Celtlo
is reported off Llzzsrd. All on hoard art
Toronto, Jan. 11. The Governor
General on returning from Niagara Falls
last evening waa entertained at a dinner by
the Toronto club. In a speech be hoped
be would be brou gbt In contact with tbote
who were ready to extend their persosal
friendship to him, and to whom he would
be something more than a foreign Governor-General.
Speaking of the relations of
the Dominion and the motherland, be said
tbe reason was not far to seek; It waa be
cause tbey knew and understood each other
better now than tbey had in past yeart.
Dkomore, Jan. 11. The funeral of
young Griffin, who died from abaonet ,
wound inflated by a soldier during the con
flict on New Year's day between the Ra
tionalists and Orangemen, took place to
day and was attended by hundreds of Or "
St. Petersburg, Jan. 11. The Rut ,
tlan Senate has adopted resolutions recom '
mending tbe adoption of the I ;natieff Jew'
REFORMERS FOR PAT.
The Little BUI ol a Patriotic Cltlaea at '
Alton, Jan. 11. The council has re
fused to pay Mr. N. C. Hathaway the,
$1,000 awarded him by the committee ap
pointed to Investigate bis olalm against the '
city. Tbe basil of the refusal it that Hath- ,
away was at tbe time be performed hit ;
services a member of the council. He
will probably contest the matter In the i
eourts. Tbeccuncll also refused to grant '
any compensation to Messrs. Phlnney and
Holdeu Mr. Hathaway 's assistants for,,
the reason tbat tbe former was an alder
man and the latter oity treasurer. Messrs. '
Hathaway, Phlnney and Holden were ra- 3
formers who unearthed a good deal ot
Hute, Loomts & Co., ot St. Louis, are '
now busy cutting ice In "Alton Slough."
Over 400 men are at work. The ice Is ten
incbet thick, very clear, and said lo be ths
finest cut in many yeart.
Tbe great loss ot life at Belleville at tbe
convent Are has set the municipal authori
ties to thinking , and there is now n move
ment on foot to organise a "life-saving
corps' ' In conneotton with the Are depart
ment. Miss Lizzie Cballlcombe, who formerly
lived In this eity, died very suddenly In
Chloago yesterday. She wat a very estim
able young lady ot about 31. Tbe remains I
will he brought here for burial to-morrow ;
morning. Tbe funeral Is to take place from
ths Congregational Church. .v
Hew York. h
Wheat January $1 OSH; February.
(100; March $111; April. 118M;'
nav i id).
Corn January 63 X 5
March 64 X; May 66.
Oats Januarv 40 H;
March 43; May 43.
February " 64;
' A. 'i
Cattle Receipts 6.200; steady;
export! $60096 73: goon to cnoiue
Shipping quoted at 14 25fdo00; common
to fair m , butchers $2 60(34 80;
stockers $3 10(34 50.
HOGS-Reoeiott 80.000 active and higher;
light at W Wdi 70; rous'h packing
0 10O5 oft; heavy packing and shipping
$6 636 10.
Whkat January 08; February 93S3
; March 04;May luu; JUne
Corn January 63: February 66 ;
March 56; Mav 69; June 58. 1
Oats January 33; February 88 f
March 88; May 87. i i
i ! Cattle Exporters fd 80(36 60; rood
to heavy do $6 76T36 23: light to fair $5 KM
5 60; common to medium $4 4035 00; fair
to good Colorado $i 00(3 i 60; southwest U 73
33 60; grass Texan $3 5U733 00; .light to
zood stockers $4 30(33 73; fair to irood feed- .
srs $3 75(34 23; common to choice native'
jowt and belters t3 0034 63; seal I invars of
any kind 2 o0ia3 00. , 1
Hoos Receipts 4,794 head: shipments
3,083 head. Market unsettled... fact
ors selling at $3 40(33 60 for rough mixed:
and Yorkers steady - at .. $3 40
(36 75. f
811 kep Common, medium and IthtSJ 60
(3 1 33; fair to good 3 5034 Ot); prime 4 23 -r33
00; fair to good Texans 12 73(3
Weaker and lower for wheat, oorn and
Whkat Tanuarv $102: February
S1U3; March $103: Hay $t 08 (3.
Corn Januarv ; Feoruary 48
March 49; Mav"52(3; year .
Oats Januarv 32; February, 83:
March 81; May' 86, aud lator ; year
BUTTER-Creamerv at 30(332 to 84(335
for teleotiont, a shade more in a small way;
seconds at 23(333. Dairy at 24(326
for choice to fanev, to 27 tor selections;
fair IM10; low grade 8(310. 'Poor to
choice near-by in pails 8(315.
Knos-Recelpt 100 pke. In fair de
mand and slow at21(322ofor good to oboice
Poultry Dressed, Spring chickens
-email $2(32 60: fair to choice. $2 75(3800
choice $3 23; Old chickens Cocks ,
mixed, $1 75(31 00; hens. ' ,
turkevs, $6(39 Dl dozen; aoooi ding to slzs,
and dressed at 14Y315o per lb. ; ducks
$3 60(34 60; Geese 6(37.
Cattle Receipts, 867 head; market
strong and about 10(315 cents higher on all
Hous -Receipts, 8,229 bead; market
fair and 6 cents higher, telling at 6 40(3
6 60; bulk tales at $3 60(33 60.
M heat and corn arrived dull. Wheat
to arrive dull and heavy. Corn -to
arrive steady. Mark Lane Wheat '
and oorn dull. Country markets quiet.
California wheat to arrive declined 31. J
8pot wheat dull; 'o. J tpnng 8s 3d;
No. 8 spring, note lo market; Western
winter, 8s 3d. Mixed western oorn Arm
nt 6s 6d. Demand from Continent and '
United Kingdom dull for wheat and fair