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THE,-: CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUAKYlQ8"
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OFFICE On 14th street, opposite the Post
office, Cairo, 111.
R. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
TirOR, KLKCTRO-VAPOR asd MBDICATKD
A lady Id attendance.
)R W. C. JCCELYN,
OFFICI-KlghU Street, near Come erdal Avenoe
R. E W. WHITLOCK,
Omca No. IS Commercial Asenne, between
artful and Nlt.th Streets
A Maw and complete Tlotel. fronting o Levei
Second and Railroad Streets,
Tbe Passenger Depot of tie Chlcaeo, St. Lonlt
and ew Orleans: Illinois Central; Wahaeh, Ht.
Lonla and Pacific; Iron Monntain and Southern,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. Loam Railway
are all Just across the street; while tbe Steamboat
Landing ia bat one square distant.
This Hotel is heated by iteam, has steam
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Klectrtc Call Belli,
Automatic Fire-Alarms, Baths, absolutely pure air,
ertect sewerage and complete appointments.
Siperb furnishings; perfect service; and an un
U. p. PARK HIT? At HO..
136 &138 Com'l Ave.
have received a full and complete line
ol new Fall and Winter
Cloaks, Dolmans, Sotions, Etc.
A heavy stock of Body Brunei, Taper
trie and Ingrain
A foil stock of Oil Cloths, all sine and prices.
Clofhing & Gents' Furnish'g Goods
a ran ana compieto stock is now being
elosed oat at great bargains.
11 Groodrn (Bottom Frlooat
. i -w v i uu ii him i nmni in dt gaow, 4IMM llhK n VNN I I H XX H
i Bntie Which Blew the Mask from a
A Lawyer tangbt Forwtna; aa1 ftwlud
Una; hkla, Ont for Part
La.-ai.i.k, III., Jan. 11. K. J. Wall, of
Ottawa, oiih of the best knovvii attorneys of
this vicinity, has turned out to-be a forger
and embezzler, and bus made Ills presence
scarce. He hi d heretofore horns a good
reputation, was considered a man of pro
fessional ability, and had many friends and
influential coiieecilons tbat secured him
prestige and it lucrative practice.
I UK H TOlt V OP HIS IMSUIIACK
Is reported as follows: About two yeais
ago Mrs. Margaret Cushman, i milliner
Of Ottawa, gave him 3,30O to loan out at
Interem. He rstnrifed ber notes from thre
dlff'retit parties for the money secured by
mortvagpson sllnged valuable real estate.
Tbe interest was paid promptly at the ex
piration of tbe first year, but at the end
of the second nan not forthcoming. Mrs.
CusNman soon after put the matterln tb
hands of T. V. Crane, also an Ottawa at
torney, who on exutnlQlng the securities
found that Ibe names on tbe notes bad
been eltht-r forged or were fictitious, the
signatures to the mortgages being of tbe
same character as were also the Recorder's
Wall wis apprised of the fact thst bis
crookedness bad baen discovered and in.
formed that tbe immediate refunding of
the money would alone save him from pros
ecution. State Senator J. W. Duncan, bis
partner, and M. White, a hotel man, of
O'tawa, procured the money for Mrs,
PKTTLED THK MATTER.
B iit tbero w more to follow. The sff ir
was rumored about and it reached the ears
of John Smith, an Ottawa laborer, who a
short time prevrnus bad furnished Wall
witb $1,00 to Invest for him. Ha had bis
securities exumlned and found tbem to be
ofthesime nature as Mrs. (.'ashman's.
This required another check from tbe loan
brok rs's friends. Subsequently, a third
claimant, Charles Waldron, a farmer living
near I'tlca, and who had Wall act as attor
ney lo tbe settlement of bis mother's es
tate, came forward witb a note and mort
gage tor $A00 of tbe same old type. Friends
still stood by btaj, but the end was not
A fourth person has now appeared on tbe
scens, who declares bll intention of retting
Wall's scalp first aod securing bis money
afterwards, if he can. Friends could not
head off this man, but Wall did by leaving
fsr parts unknown,
EDUCATED FOB A PRIEST.
Wall Is about 40 years of age. He was
duoated for tbe priesthood. In 1880 be
was the Democratio candidate for Circuit
Attorney In tbli county, but was defeated.
Be has twice been Assessor of Ottawa, and
is a member of the law firm of Dunoan,
O'Cennell & Wall, of tbls elty and Ottawa,
reoojnited as tbe most influential legal
combination In the county. Since bis dis
grace various minor offenses of long stand
ing have been charged to hlra. Playing
poker and buyiog options are regarded as
tbe sbannsli that absorbed bis finances.
Two Boats Bonk.
St. Lous, Jan. 11. On Wednesday
evt slog shortly after dark the tow boat
Bsvsn, belonging to P. P. Manion, and
tbe packet Tbos. Garrett, tbe property of
the American Transportation company,
were swept from their moorings
at the wbarf below tbe workbouss
and sunk by tbe ioe. Both boats had been
lylug thtre for some time, and witb tbe ex
ception of tbe watchman no one waa on
board. On Monday and Tuesday tbe Ice
was gorgsd in that vlolsity, being plied as
high as 90 feet In some plaoes. Fearing a
sudden break both boats bad been secured
by double hawsers, and were considered
as safe as strong cables could make tbem.
Yesterday the eorge began golug out and the
ioe was piled blga around the boats, tear
ing away tbe guards and filling tbeir lower
decks. Tbe weight of tbe Ice alone was
suffloient to swamp the steamers, and they
would undoubtedly have sunk at tbe wbarf
had not tbe hawsers parted, allowing them
to be carried out Into the river and ground
to pieces. Both vessels were totally
wrecked, and no efforts will be made to
raise tbem. A buoy denoting tbeir local
ity Is all that will ever be seen of either of
Tbe Raven was an old vessel, and was
purohased by Mr. Manton lo October last,
no insurance upon her except the fire in
surance. The Garrett was an old! boat,
but In prime condition, aud was valued at
Hi, 000, on wblcb there was an Insurance of
Knee for Divorce.
Chicago, Jan. 11. Margaret Calling
wood, leading lady In Brooks & Dickson
"Her Atonement" Company, now playing
at tbe Hoi'ly Theatre, instituted suit for di
vorce against her husband, George C, on
tbe grounds of cruelty and desertion. She
claims be brought about the marriage by
representing that he was wealthy and scion
of a noble house, both of which are entire
Eaton, O., Jan. 11. Jarvls X. Lake,
Infirmary dlreotor of this county and clerk
ftbat board, and a prominent ohuroh
member, bas gone wrong. Tbe discrepan
cies In h.s accounti amount to several
thousand dollars. Con slderable excite
TtM Wreck at rarney.
Dallas, Tet., Jan. 11. The latest Infor
mation of the wreck on tbeTexasPuciflcnear
Farney on Wednesday says: tbeengii rand
brakemen were killed and tbe fireman
was seriously Injured. Tbe locomotive
and a number of cars were demolished.
Peacbea all Killed aa Vanak
Maryville, Mo., Jan. It. There Is no
question but that the peach crop of North
west Missouri will prove a total failure, the
severe weather having virtually killed it.
The apple outlook is good.
Louisville, Jan. 11. There was t
cocking main here this morning. Beards
town vs. Louisville. The former won four
f tbe tlx matches. Big money changed
DnscsTesI tet Deatk.
Beverly, Ky., Jaa. 11, John Beard, a
farmer waa (Idtag a mule and when he
dismounted his foot caught lu the stirrup
and ha was dragged te death by tbe animal.
Fallnraa of tbe Week.
New Tori, Jan. U.-R. G. Dun A Co.
report 138 failures Cor the present agahsst
let tar Ml weak- hi tfee OaUed Stnei aid
rrnehntl In by Know,
Mohokkv, N. J., Jan. 11. -Snow and
.! to-day crushed In the roof of tbe round
bn.ise in the yard ofth Di-lawaro, Lank
uwana and Western Railroad, fatally In
Jtiring John Jordan, an employ, and
wrecking two englnen.
Lottery Man Arreaterl.
ClllCsOo, Jan. 11. B. Frauk Moore,
rewntly arrested, convicted and fined for
using (he malls in the interest of tbe Lou s
ana Lottery, was placed under arrest again
yesterday on a similar charge.
Friend of tbe Mlsalssslppl.
W.S9HI.VOTOV, Jan. 11. -The friends of
tbo Mississippi are much encouraged at tbe
prompt action of tho Senate to-day, In
pnstng a hill to grant $1,000,000 for Imme
diate use on that river, and tbe prospecti
of Its parage in the House. Tbe House
Committee on Rivers and Harbors held a
meeting to-day and referred the nwsige
to a committee of which Blanchard and
Henderson are members. The understanding
is that they will report a bill at a very early
il v, and that It will tret through the House
and hcinm a la before the end of the
Wahhixijtov, Jan. 11. The Home
Committee on Rivers and Harbors have re
ferrd the subject of the immediate appro
priation of $1,000,000 for tbe Improvement
of the Mississippi to a sub-committee, con
sisting of Messrs. K I an chard, Gibson and
Henderson, of Illinois.
Tbe Country' Canals.
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. Wemple thinks
f introducing a bill in tbe House
for an appropriation for the perma
nent Improvement of tbe Erie Canal.
Ilonae Poatnflle fomnilttee.
Washington, Jan. 11. At a meeting of
the House Committee on postoftiees and
post roadn. Mr. Money was authorized to
p port to tbe House for favorable action a
bill making public roads and highways post
roads, ami glvlni' the Postmaster-General
the power to establish postal service when
ever in bis Judgment tbe public welfare re
quires it. The bills of Anderson and Sum
ner relative to the postal telegraph were r
ferred to a sub-committee. Mr. Binzham,
a member of the sub-committee, says no
action towards formulating tbe bi Is will be
taken for ten days or more.
New Vokk, Jan. 11. Emil Voeirtlin,
tbo son of a scenic artist, persists in being a
b'anllng-boiise tbinf, and to-day wus
sent to State's prison for six years. Ti e
Iude positively refused to su-pend the
Washinotox, Jan. 11. Van Wyck ,
from tbe Committee ou the Improvemeui
of tbe Mississippi River, submitted a Joint
resolution approprlatlug $1,000,000 to son
tlnne. the improvements begun on the
Mississippi river by the Improvement Com
mission. After a long debate it was
amended, to give it the form of a bill,
Mr. Call introduced a bill providing tot
the establishment of a university of medi
cine at the Capitol of tbe United States, for
the advancement of science and the discov
ery of Improved metDods In the treatment
and cure of uiseases. It appropriates fl,
00(0,000 as a perpetual endowment, the in
ter st to tie paid for -salaries of professors
ami cost of experiments. Tne sum of
$100,000 additional Is to be appropriated for
tbe purchase of erounds and tbe erection of
suitable buildings. Tbe allopitblc.horaopa
hie and electio methods are all to be re
presented in the professorships.
Railroad Land Ursula.
Washington, Jau. It. The sub-committee
of tbe House committee on public
lands, to whom was referred the q lestioo
to order tbe Und grant forfeiture bills to
be ceasldered, bave reported that consid
eration will be begun Immediately,
In the following order: Texas Pa
cific. Oregon Centra', Ontonagon
snd State Line, California
and Oreeon, Oregon and California, North
ern Pacific, Atlantic and Pacttic, Southern
Pacific, California, New Orleans, Baton
Rouge and Vickshurg, Atlantic, Gulf and
Weet India, Pen-acila aud Georgia, Finn
da, Atlantic and Gulf; Central, Mobile
and Girard; Selma, Rome and D.ilton;
Vicksburg, Shreveport and Texas; Sioux
City aud St. Paul; Chicago, St. Paul and
Minneapolis; Chie.igo, St. Paul ami Oma
ha, and Wisconsiu Central.
The reports were adopted by the full
committee. The clerk was directed to give
a copy tn the press, signed by chairman
C"bli. Tbe .Texas Pacific grant to be con
sidered first, was originally madc to the
Texts Pacific Railroad, and is now claimed
by tbe S titbern Pacific. Tbe land
amnuir s to 14.000, 000 acres, the estimated
worth of which is $40,000,000.
Washington, D. C, Jan. 11. Sena
tor McMillan of Minnesota, who Is talked of
as McC'rary's successor as United States
Circuit Judge, says, that while he will
make no effort to get the place, and while
he has no Information that tbe President is
thinking of bis name in that connection, be
would probably think favorably of the po
sition If tendered htm. He says, that while
Ibe Senate Is a very pleasant place, he
thinks be would prefer Judicial duties to
which he bad been long accustomed before
bis election to the Senate.
FOtjR MEXICANS MIRDEBKD.
Billy the Kid's Old Uantt Operating on
the Nootherai Frontier.
Santa Fe, N. M,, Jan. 11. Goy. Shel
don has been notifed of an outrageous kill
ing at Seven Rivers, a Seutbern frontier
town. BUI Wilson, Yank Reole, Roney
Williams and Tom Hackett, at one time
members ef the notorious Billy the Kid
gang, and now rustlers on the Mexican
border, took the town by storm while drunk
and held high carvlval for two days, Intim
idating everybody at the point of their
Winchesters. On Thursday morning a
party of a dozen Mexican laborers at work
on the Pecos Valley dttoh entered the town
tor provisions. Tbe rustlers hailed tbem,
and as they returned began firing, result
ing in tbe death of four of the party, M.
Flores, Juan Lermo,' Theodore UUda'rl,
and SIsto Gultemos. A hundred shots wore
fired. Tin outlaws then mounted their
horses and fled toward old Mexico. A
Lincoln county pease baa gont In pursuit
and great eioUeeaeat awaits alenf the
A King Bandit of Arkamaw Shot and
Killed by a Companion. t x.
lie Waa a fold-Blooded Marderer, a
Bally and a Coward, and Hla "Re
moval" Waa at Benefit to
Faycttevili.b. Ark., Jan. 11. -Last
evening, on tbeir way home from Fayette
llle, where they had been during the
greater part of tbe day, Jeff. Gilliland and
John Malone quarreled and Jeff, tired on
Malone without effect. Malone returned
tbe fire and killed Jefferson instantly. The
shot took effijct in the head, going in over
tbe right eye and coming out behind tbe left
ear. Your correspondent learns that It was
a Jws liiable case. The shooting occurred 3
miles south of Fayettevllle. Jeff. Gilliland,
was noted as a desperate character, and tho
only surprising thing In his existence is
that he had been able to live as Ion.' as he
bas. It was at his bouse that a United
8' atas Marshal and a posse of thirty-six
men were repu aod by Gilliland, a-slstetl
by his brother and the two Webbs, while
endeavoring to serve a warrant on some
horse thieves harbored there In September,
lNi. Gilliland was a boon companion of
JOI1X AND GBOHCK KFF.D,
brothers, who were killed within the past
four years In Fayettevllie. He was at
times publicly charged, out with wbat
foundation It is not known, of complicity
in the assassination of Patten, tho City
Marshal of Fayettevllle, aod of Morinet,
the Deputy Sheriff of Washington County,
both of whom lost their lives on the 2d day
of July, 1SR1, on the principal corner of
tbe business portiou of Fayettevllle at the
bands id two unknown murderers. G lli
land was also in company with Jim Webb,
when within a few yards of where Gilli
land lost hi life. The latter in October,
ltN5. ki led a poor and
INOFFKNSIVB 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 sense, but dangerous as a foe,
from the fact that he would resort to
despotic measnres for vengeance or refut
ation. Ha was a great taiker.and had
about Lira usuady the worst characters in
the country of late years. He bas been
recognized as the Jesse James of Arkansas
and tbe leader of tbe gang.
Tkknton, N. J., Jan. 11. Water men
watching tbe Delaware say the present
washout is similar to that of the winter
of 1S57, wben a baek-water freshet
did untold damage on both sides
of tbe river. Tuesday's rains and last
nieht's thaw caused an overflow on tbe
Pennsylvania shore for a considerable dis
tance Inland. Tbe farmers along the
manor found ho:- mil ctws standing
waist deep in water in ttiuir stalls this
The Murderer ol Katie Brodahorf.
Nf.w Your, Jan. 11. William Menken,
tbe murderer of Kate Brodshoff, was taken
to Eitnlra, V. Y,, this mcrnlng in com
pany with District Attorney Bacon and
Chief of Police Little, of Elrmra.
THE I. A lull OS SAGE.
How the Rieooat man on the Niork
Exchange Waa Nqoeeaed by
Hilarious Soenes and Good Humor Fright
en the Ghosts of Care and Anxiety
from the Busy Mart.
New York, Jan. 11. Russoll Sage was
bauly squeezed yesterday on a sudden call
by Wm. H. Vanderbllt for 200 shares of
Michigan Central stock. Russell's excuse
is tbat be was attending a funeral, and thus
netfleoted to make the delivery. If so,
that funeral cost bim the sura of $1."A and
only those who were present on his return
to his office can appreciate tbe state of his
feelings wben acquainted of this loss. Jut
before tbe ciose of business on the Stock
Exchange yesterday. Chairman' James
Mitchell rap; ed for order and read a no
tice from W. S. Webb Co., of No. a7
Wall stroet. Mr. Webb is one of Yunder
bilt's numerous sons-In-law, and is a
member of tbe Exchange and acts as one of
the "old nun's" brokers. Tbe notice
was to tbe effect th it
Rt'HHKL 8AQK HAD FAILKD
to m ike a delivery of 200 shares of Mich
gan Central, and in default of delivery a
request tbat the chairman buy tn 200 shares
on Mr. Sage's account. Tne scene on the
Exchange after the reading of tbe notice
was exciting for a moment. Tho reading
having been indistinct, tbe members wee
in doubt as to the amount of tbe undeliv
ered stock and the horrible suspicion of
Sage's failure and its consequences crossed
their minds. This for a moment only, and
then the humor of ttte situation flashed
across the Board-room and there was one
prolonged yell of delight. The brokers
could scarcely restrain themselves, and
they pulled themselves pearly to pieces in
tbeir efforts to express their feelings.
Finally, as the chairman called for offers o'
Michigan Central stock for "cash" d
livery, 'Billy" Htjulrlques, brother of
Alexander Hendriques, tbe vice-chairman,
A POrC LAR MF.MBER,
climbed upon the top of a bench and
shouted at the top of his voice, ''Make
yours high. boys. Make tbe old man pay
for this." The "old man" referred to
was Russell Sage, and the proposition was
to make the heavy capitalist pay for this
transaction. Mr. Hendriques' remarks
only Increased the merriment, and, as he
was out of order, Mr. Mitchell, with diffi
culty suppressing the lau.'hter, fined Mr.
Hendriques $1. The 200 shares were then
bought in for Russell Sage at
02V. Tbe last previous sale had
been at 92, to tbat Mr. Sage's
non-delivery cost him $150. At bis
ofllce It was said that Mr. Sage bad gone
to a funeral, ao his 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 is calling In tlie stock
very lust, and, as ills very soarce, Mr.
Sage would have bad to pa) If percent,
premium for borrowing to make a delivery.
At the orllce of W. 8. Webb & Co. It was
said that Ihe 200 shares had been borrowed
by Mr. $:j!c, that
DKMANO HAH HF.F.N MAPK
for it on Wednesday, und yesterday morn
intr ihev notified Mr. Save that un'ess he
mailc i lie ilnLvery tho chairmen would be
I'm li '(I. Mr. ."iaiio l one of the. oldcl, as
e is undoubtedly the richest, member of
the Stock Exchange. ,
A BRUTAL ASSAULT.
A Fifteen-Tar-01d Boy AoU ai a Daooy
The Vli-tim Horribly Beaten, Bnt tho
oi.jrei of ino.llobbora Thwarted.
New York, Jan.Jll. Asmiili;boy, about
l.'i years of age, entered Daniel Bicgs' cigar
store Ht No. W West Forty-second street,
and a-kod for a flve-oont cigar. The clerk,
M. W. I.eob, an old man 61 years old, waa at
his lunch In tbejrear of tbe store at the time.
He gave the boy a cigar which was paid for
with a fifty-cent piece. Tbe lad started
for the door, when be apparently dropped
something on the floor, and when Mr.
Leob peered over the counter the boy waa
on bin knees, looking for the Inst article.
After waiting five or ten minutes, Mr,
I.eob abandoned his lunch, and went to the
front of the oounter to assist tbe hoy in bit
nearch. Tue old man adjusted his spectacle-,
and assuming a stooping posit foil
looked carefully over the floor, bis back
being toward tho door. At tbls moment
two rnuh-looking men, who bad been
watching from the outside.
QUIETLY OPENED THE DOOR
ami stealthily en.ered. Old Mr. Loeb
fet llng tbe cold draught, pattlally raised
himself, when he was felled by a heavy
blow on tho head. He cried out for help,
and, with tbe blood streaming over bis
face, arose to his feet. ' Tbe ruffian, who
was a nied wlib a short piece of leaden
pipe, HKiu struck tbe old man down. The
bl.iw. powerful as it was, did not render
tbe old man unconxoious, and regaining
bis feet ho struggled with the ruffians. Uu
was quickly overcome, however, and was
repeatedly beaten over tbe bead with tbe
pipe. During tbe struggle be succeeded
in biting his assailant's band. His shouts
apparently frightened tbe ruffians, for
they imrricdly left tbe store without secur
ing the money till, which waa evidently
their design. With bis face and clothes
covered witb b ood the old roan followed
tbem to tbe street, wbere be sank upon tbe
pavement from exhaustion. In the meau
time a cowd gathered and several men
gave cbasc to the thieves. Tbe ruffians
separated, one funning along Forty-second
stre 't und the other takiug the opposste
route. Tbs boy disappeared as aoon as
THE STKUdOLE BEGAN.
He was apparently tbe Oliver Twist of
the uffi-ay. The men succeeded in eluding
their pursuers. Archibald, tbe cabman
who was standing under the elevated rail
road station, beard tbe old man's cries and
saw turn standing in the door covered witb
blood, pointing toward Sixth avenue. A
man ran around the corner Just then and
tbe cabman followed. He caught sight of
bim half way to Forty-third street and pur
sued bliu into tbat street and toward Fifth
avenue. On the corner a orowd was gath
ered at the Temple Emanuel, where Dr.
Lnsker's funeral was In progress. Tbe
robber ran into the erowd, after looking
around to see if he was followed, and tbe
LOaT SIGHT OF HIM.
Tbe cigar store is situated in the most
prominent part of Fortr-seeond street. It
is tbe third door east of Sixth avenue and is
almost at the foot of the stairs of the Ele
vated Railroad station. There was the
usu.il number of eitlxena on the street at
tbe time of the outrage, and passengers
coming down the Elevated Railroad stairs
could obtain a vie of the interior of tbe
store, A physician who was descending
tbe stairs as the ruffians burst through the
doorway saw tbe old msn stagger to the
street, and sink down In a pool of blood.
Ho assisted to carry him Into tbe store and
washed tbe blood from tbe wounds. Ho
bad eue horrible gash extending from tbe
right eye to the center of the skull and there
were several other wounds upon bis head.
The leaden pipe which the burglars left be
bind them, was about a foot loug and was
bent in a half oirule as -though caused
liy M HlKINli MB. LOSR'S HEAD-
An ani'iii'-i i" 'vis summoned and Mr.
Loeb was r ,n t tu St. Luke's hospital.
He was tubsequently sent to bis borne.
His condition is critical. Mr. Bings, tbe
proprietor of lbs store, said that nothing
bad been stolen. The police of the Nine
teenth Precinct bad been advised of tbe
outrage, and a telegraphic report was sent
to headquarters from the station In Fifty
first sireet. It found Inspeotor Byrnes
there, and lie sent two ef the detectives to
look into the nutter. They obtained from
the. cabman a partial description of the rob
ber who escaped on Fifth avenue, but It i
not probable that be can be Identified if ar
rested. Failure ol an Attempted Robbery.
Sr. Louis, Jan. 11. At 2 o'clock this
tnorni ik; five men entered Wm. Biebusch's
saloon, sout east corner of Eignth and
Maiket streets, and approached tbe
counter. Tho barkeeper walked up to
serve the customers, when one of the men
suddenly drew a revolver and ordered bim
totbtow up his hands. He refused and
wheeled ah ut towards the rear of tbe bar,
wht'u the man with the revolver fired at
him. but misled his trark. They all de
camped Immediately after the shot. Tbree
of the m. n were short and stout and two
of them tall. All bad smooth faces.
Tbe whole oecutrei ce only occupied a
moment, and the barkeeper had no time
to make a el se observation of bis visitors.
TUE STl'ARTM SET FREE.
Another Verdict that la Kexarded aa an
Ai.edo, III., Jan. 11. Tbe trial of Jane
Lovie Stuart, for tbe murder of Wm. H.
Brown, ended this morning with a verdict
of "not guiity," tho plea being temporary
Insanity. Her husband, tried as accessory
two weeks since, was acquitted on the
grounds of Insufficient .evid 'lice. Both
trials were sensational throughout. The
to trhds occupied over three weeks. Pub
lic sentiment Is divined as to the Justice of
the verdicts, especially us to Mrs. Stuart.
Many who heard all tbe evidence regard It
as an outrage ou Justice.
It Waa Another Man.
Philadelphia, Jan. ll.-Iuquiry at the
office of the Bard of Correction ihowa
that there ia no truth lu the published
story, that Charles Delraonlce was admit
ted yesterday to the House of Correction, the
only asylum for destitute at Holmesburg.
It is positively stated that he la not and
never was an inmate of the Institution.
Tho I'nloii Pacllle.
New York. Jan. 11. Mr. Jay Gould,
spoke very bulllsbly about tbe Union Pad
c yesterday, He says tbat the recent
Northwest alllanos le benelelal to all par
ties, especially la the Union Paoifioind that
nothing Is to be feared (rem the Burllnften
Loxdo.v, Jan. 11. The despatch lo
aeuuoiog that the steamer Celtio wu ft
ported off the Llzxard, Is erroneous. The
eaptaln of tbe Argosy states, tbat from Ut
time tbe Argosy spoke tbe Celtio on Janu
ary Bth, until bll arrival at Falmouth, con
trary winds were experienced. He hardly
expeoted the Celtic to make port before 10
days. The Celtio was spoken in latitude
8 degrees north, longitude 47 west, 1,900
ratles west of tbe Llzuard, The vessel,
with the exception of a broken shaft, Wat
II right and making good progress.
London, Jan. 11. Several passengers
from the over-due steamer Celtio, whioh
sailed from New York, Dec. I3tli, and who
were transferred to the steamer Argosy,
bave been landed at Falmouth. The Celtte
Is reported off Llzzard. All on board are
Toronto, Jan. 11. The Governor
General on returning from Niagara Falls
last evening was entertained at a dinner by
tbe Toronto club. Io a speech he hoped
he would be brou gbt in contact with those
who were ready to extend their personal
friendship to him, and to whom be would
be something more than a foreign Gover-cor-General.
Speaking of the relations of
the Dominion and the motherland, he said
tbe reason was not far to seek; It was be
cause thev knew and understood each nther
better now than they bad iu past years.
Dkomork, Jan. 11. Tbe funeral of
young Griffin, who d etl from aba? one t
wound infl.cted by a soldier during the con
flict on New Year's day between the Na
tionalists and Orangemen, took place to
day and was attended by hundreds of Or
St. Pktersburo. Jan. 11. The Rus- .
slan Senate bas adopted resolutions recom- 1
mending tbe adoption of tbe I ;natieff J w
REFORMERS) FOR PAT.
The Little RIM ot n Patriotic Cltlaen of '
Alton, Jin. 11. The council has re
fused to pay Mr. N. C. Hatbaway tbe
$1,000 awarded him by the committee ap
pointed to Investigate his claim against the
city. Tbe basis of the refusal is that Hatb
away was at the time be performed hit
services a member of tbe council. He
will probably contest the matter In the :
courts. Tbe council also refused to grant '
any compensation to Messrs. Phlnney and
Holden Mr. Hathaway 's assistants for , .
the reason that the former waa an alder
man and tbe latter city treasurer. Measrt.
Hathaway, Phlnney and Holden were re
formers who unearthed good deal ot
Huse, Loomls A Co., of St, Louis, are
now busy cutting Ice In "Alton Slough."
Over 400 men are at work. The ice It Un
Inches thick, very clear, and said lo be tbe
finest cut In many yean.
The great loss of life at Belleville at tbe
convent fire bat set the municipal authori
ties to thlnkln?, and there Is now a move
ment on toot to organize a "life-saving
corps" In connection with tbe fire depart
ment. Miss Lizzie Cballlcombe, who formerly
lived In thia oity, died vary suddenly In
Chloago yesterday. She was a very estim
able young lady ot about 31. Tbe remains '
will be brought here for burial to-morrow ,
morulng. Tbe funeral it to take lace from
the Congregational Church.
Wheat January $1 08; February!
1100; March fill; April N13X;
Mav $1 15X. ;
Corn January 63 February 64 H;
March 64 X; Maybe.
Oats Januarv 40 Hi February 40 J;
March 43; May 43.
CaTTLK Receipts 6.200; steady;
exports $6 00r9o73; goou to cnotoe
thipping quoted at $4 26fjo00; common
to fair$ T , butohers i'l 80;
atockers $3 10r34 60.
HOGS'-Reoeiots 30.000 active and higher;
light at to 10(M 70; rous'h packing
lo 10(35 oft; heavy packing and shipping
6 60fati 10.
WHKAT-January 93V; February 93 H (d
l March 04 ;May 1 OOSfSt; June $
Corn January 5a: February 65X;
March 55; Mav 69; June So.
Oats January 33f; February 88X ;
March 83 X; May 87 X.
CaTTLK Exporten W 30(36 60; rood
to heavy do 75136 25: light to fair 15 10 a
5 60;coramuiito medium W 40r35 00; fair
to goodColorado$400(3o 60; southwest J 75
do 50; grass Texans $i 60t3.i 00; .light to
rood stockers $H 50(33 75; fair to '.rood feed
rs $3 75(34 25; common to choice native'
w and heifers t3 00(34 65; sctiLuva,' of
any kind ri 50ia3 00.
Hoos Receipts 4,794 bead; shlumeata
3,083 head. Market unsettled. Pack
ers telling atfd 40(35 60 for rough mixed r
and Yorkers steady at . $6 40
Shkep Common, medium and llht $J 50
(3 1 35: (air to ifood W 50(34 00; prime H 25
'ab 00 ; fair to good Texans i 75(a)
Weaker and lower tor wheat, com and
Whbat Tanuarv 102V: February
J103; March I105X: Hay l OSXWX.
Corn Januarv S; Feoruary 4dX
March 49; Mav 82 It3.; year .
OaT Januarv 82; February 83;
March 31; May' 86, aud later ; year
BCTTER Creamerv at 3032 to 84(335
for selections, a shade more in small way;
seconds at 25(33. Dairy at 24026
for choice to fancv, to 27 tor selections;
fair 1A316; low grade 8(310. Poor to
choice near-by in pails 8(315.
EniM-Recelpt 100 pkg. In fair de
mand and slow at 21(322e tor good to choice
Poultry Dressed, Spring chickens
small $2(32 60: fair to choice. $2 75 300
choice $3 25; Old ohlckens Cocks ,
mixed, $1 75(31 00; bens. ,
turkeys, $5(39 1 dozen; accoidlng to size,
and dressed at 14(315o per lb.; ducks
$3 6094 60; Geese 6(37.
Cattlk Receipts, 867 bead; market
strong and about 10(315 cents higher on all
Hous -Receipts, 6,229 bead; market
fair and 5 cents blcher, selling at 16 40(3
5 60; bulk salet at $5 60O5 60.
H heat and corn arrived dull. Wheal
to arrive dull and heavy. Corn
to arrive steady. Mark Lane Wheat
and corn dull. Country markets quiet. "
California wheat to arrive declined 81.
Spot wheat dull; No. S tpring 8s 8d;
No. 8 spring, nor.e in market; WevUra
winter. 8s 5d. Mixed western oon firm
at 6e 6d. Demand from Continent and
United Kingdom dull for wheat and fair,
for oota, . - ,