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Impurity of the
Tilood, Fever snd
and all Diseases
caused bv De.
rangement of Liver, llowela tod Kidneys.
TMPTOMS OF A DISEASED LITER.
Bad Breath ; Pain in the bide, sometimes tlx
eiln U fell under tb Shr.uldcr.Uade, mistakes fct
heumauim; general loss of appetite; Bowels
generally cottive, somstiraos alternating with iai;
the head it troubled with pain, is dull and heavy,
with considerable lou of memory, accompanied
with a painful setuationof leaving undone something 1
which ought to have been done; a (light, dry cough
and flushed face is aomctimet an attendant, oftea
mistaken for consumption; the patient complaint
of vtariness and debility; nervous, easily startled; .'
lee cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensatiea
of the skin exists; spirits are low and despondent,
and, although satisfied that exercise would he bene
ficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it in fact, distrusts every reme!y. Several
of the above symptoms attend the disease, but casee
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet
examination after death has shown the Liver to
have been extensively derangoi.
It ehould be used by all persons, old aad
young, whenever any of the above
Person Traveling; or Living In TJn
healthy Localities, by taking a dot occasion
ally to keep the Liver in nealihy action, will avoid
aU Malaria, lUllous attacks, Dirtiness, Nau
sea, Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, etc It
will Invigorate like a glass of wiue, but la no In
toxica ting beverage.
If Tou have eaten anything hard of
digestion, or feel heavy afier meals, or sleep
lose at night, take dose and you will be relieved.
Time and Doctors' Villa will be saved
by always keeping the Regulator
In the House I
Far, whatever the ailment my be, a thoroughly
sale purgative, alterative and tonic cao
never oe out ol place. 1 he remedy is hjarmlesa
ad does not Interfere with business or
IT IS PURELY VEGETABLE.
And has all the power and efficacy of Calomel er
Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects.
A Governor's Testimony.
Simmons Liver Regulator has been in use in my
family fur some time, and I am satisfied it is s
valuable addition to the medical science.
J. Gill Shohtbh, Governor of Ah.
Hon. Alexander If. Stephens, of Ga.,
ays: Have derived some benefit Irons the use of
Simmons Liver Regulator, and wish to give it a
"The only Tiling that never falls to
Relieve." ( have used manv remedies for Dys
pepsia. Liver Affection and Debility, but never
nave found anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmons Liver Regulator has. 1 sent from Min
nesota to Georgia for it, and ould send further foe
such s medicine, and would advise all who are sim
ilarly affected to give it a trial as it seams the only
thing that never fii's to relieve.
P. M. Jankky, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. W. Mason an js i From actual ex
psrieace in the use of Simmons Liver Regulator is
say practice I have been and am satisfied to use
and prescribe It as a purgative median.
ffjfTake only the Genuine, which always
aaa on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. U. Z EI LIN CO.
TOR SALE BV ALL DRUGGISTS
Q.EORGE II. LEACH, M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of surgical diseases, sod diseases of women
OFtflCB On 14th street, oppcsiu the Post-
era ce, vairo, iu.
JJR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave-, Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, ELKCTHO-VAPOH mo MEDICATED
A lady Id attendance.
VR. W. C. JCCTLYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Comn errlsl Avenos
JR. E W. WDITLOCK,
Omoi-No. 1M Commerttal Avenue, between
grhtisnd NtMh Str'
A New and complete Hotel, fronting o
Second and Railroad Streets,
The Passenger Depot or the Chicago, 8t. Loalt
and ew Orleans: Illinois Central; Wabarh, Kt.
vi. .-a i.,.ift Tmn Mnnntaln anrl Hnntharn.
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. Louis Hallways
are all Jnst across the street; while the Steamboat
UtDdlDg IS Dul one square uisiaui.
This Hotel Is heated by steam, has steam
Lanndry, Hjarauiic mevsior, aiecinc vnu dciis.
Antomatlc Flre-Alartns, Baths, absolutely pure air,
perfect se wersge sou cuiupmw puiuviuvuto.
Saperb formshiBRi; perfect service; and an on
L,. P. PABKKU 9t no.. Imssoam
136 &138 Com'l Ave.
have received a full and complete line
ol new Poland Winter
DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS
Cloaks, Dolmans, Notions, Etc.
A heavy stock of Body Brussels, Taper
tries and Ingrain
A fall stock of Oil Cloths, all ili4t and pricet.
Clothing & Gents1 Furnish'g Goods
a rati ana complete stock ts now otiing
closed eat at great bargaina .
All Oroodn attBottom Price!
Old. of the Inquest Over the Victims of
the Bellfille Honor.
Nebotfy Tory linen to Blame, Bnl Don't
Da II Any Hare.
Belleville, III,, Jan, 12. -The coron
er's Jury concluded tba Inquest over the
bodlei of the victims of the Convent Ore
tbli morning, and returned tbe following
"Belleville, LI., Jan. 12, IMI.
'We, tbe Jury Impaneled to bold itie In
quest on tbe bodies of tbe victims of the
fire at the institution of the Immaculate
Conception, in Belleville. lis., on tha
night, of January 6. 18t, have undiMVoreit
to perform tbe sad duty Imposed upnu u
to tba best of our ability. We have i x-
amlned many witnesses ami made delitjeni
inquiry Into all tbe facts and surrounding
wblcb migbt bave been 'lie iimnediato
caue of tbe catastrophe. From tbe evi
dence we And that tba mterior of tbe build
ing was provided with various
balls and stairways; the main
stairways leading from tba second story
to the first, and two stairways leading from
tbe tbird to tbe second story, but no means
whatever teetn to bave been provided for
escape from tbe building other than those
stairways. The barrels, buckets and hoso
in tbe hallways, If any, amounted to vir
tually nothing Id case ot Are. The Sitters'
dormitories were In tho second story, and
tbe majority ot tba boarders and pupils
were In dormitories la the third story ac
companied by a few Sisters. The evidence
aeema to locale tbe origin ot the fire in tbe
basement from one of tbe three hot-air
furnaces used In beating the building, and
tbe custom was to fill them with fuel late at
night and to let them run without addition
al fuel unttl morning. No watchman was
employed on tbe premises, and st tbe hour
of retiring all went to bed, and not a soul
was on watch throughout the halls and cor
riders during the night. When the alarm
was given on the night of the Ore, we bare
abundant evidence to t how tbat tbe balls
were full of smoke and intensely heated In
portions ot tbe second and third itorie, to
tbat the lnmatea ot tbe dormitories were
entirely precluded from escape through tbe
balls, and were compelled to find means of
egress through the windows on ladders, or
by Jumping to ths ground.
"Our opinion from tbe evidence is tbat
tbe Fire Deptrment ot Belleville did all
tbat could be done under tbe cir
cumstances with tbe appllanoea wblcb
they bad at band, and wbila we
think that a well-organiiad book and lad
der company might possibly bave saved
some of tbote tbat perished, ot this fact
we are not asau red when we consider the
loss ot lite at tbe Southern Hotel Are In fit.
Louis and tbe frightful holocaust at
the Newball House In Milwaukee, iu
botb of which cities the lire depart
ments are excellent, but were wholly in
sufficient to preveut great lost of life where
persons were crowded In tbe upper stories
beyond tbe reaoh ot ordinary Beans that
might be at band and in tbe absence ot
life-saving attachments to the outside of the
"Tbe using of dormitories above tbe sec
ond story of buildings In all Institutions ot
learning, we most beartbly oondemn, and
we are of the opinion tbere should be some
Legislative enactment on this subject. We
hope our Governor, in his next message to
tbe Legislature, will call attention to tbis
matter in such a manner as be may deem
"After carefully weights the evldenoe
we are of tbe opinion tbe blame must rest
upon tbe management of tbe Institution for
not taking tbe precautions which tbe size
and character of the building and tbe
number of iumate domiciled therein re
quired. While we place tbis censure on
tb se In charge of the institution we do not
believe tbe neglect was wilful or intentional,
but to tbe contrary, tbe evidence shows
that many precautions were taken, proving
to our minds it was not from a desire to
economize or from a want of regard for the
irfety of tbe inmates wblcb caused them to
neglect tbe provisions of safety, but from a
feeling of security engendered by many
years ot immunity from a serious accident.
"We think a night watchman on tbe
premises, to walk tbe halls and take charge
ol the furnaces at nigbt, mifbt have pre
vented, at least, the appalling loss of life
and greatly promoted tbe safety of tbe ln
"When we consider the twenty -six
precious lives tbat were lost, we must say
the avenues ot escape were too tew and tbe
proper piecautions were wanting tu and
around tbe buildings and on tbe premises
to save life iu case ot fire. Of tills taut tbe
silent graves In tbe churchyard and tbe be
reaved and sorrowing households only too
"Ddring tbe inquest forty-three eye
witnesses to the fire were exanilued.
Fred W, Bkshoki,
Frank Kribtnkr. sr.
Mayor Weber and a committee of the
Council visited St. Louis yesterday and
purchased the equipments necessary for a
pompier corps and book and ladder com
pany. Mr. Christ Hoelle will visit Belle
ville, Monday, to give the volunteers their
first lessou in tbe use of the apparatus, and
when they have developed into expert fire
flgntera, a public exhibition will be given.
Sister Eleutberra has been appointed
Mother Supetlor ot the Order In Belleville,
to All tbe vacancy oocasioned by tbe death
ot Mother Mary Jerome.
Tbe Sisters have not yet decided whether
or not the Convent at Belleville will be re
built. Sister Caroline, Mother Superior ot
tbe Order in tbe United States, will arrive
in B lleville next week, and the question ot
rebuilding tbe oonvent will be considered.
Tbe search in tbe ruins was resumed this
rooming by about bait a doien meu and re
sulted In the recovery ot many articles be
lonslug to the missing ones. A diamond
ring, tn a perfect state ot preservation, and
watoh, melted but easily recognized, were
found and identified by Mr. Scaling as be
longing to bis older daughter. A locket
belonging to Mr. scaling 's younger
daughter, was also recovered, Mr. Bttly
found a gold watoh this morning which he
recognizes as b!s daughter's.
A special train will leave tbe Union Depot
at 8:B0 to-morrow morning, taking to
Belleville tbe St. Louis friends of Mr
Scaling who desire to attend the funeral.
The Bsiatsitaa Fallar.
Hot Springs, Jan. 12. The United
States Court has directed the public sale st
the stock of H. M. Hudgini, the alleged
victim of the fSO.tOO robbery last moith
The trier Is mads to eeUefj a slalsas'
ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MOBNLNO, JANUARY 13,
Friedman Bros., Memphis, for (3,21!). It
looks probable tbat some of the many at
taching creditors w 11 be left lu Ue cold.
St. Louis houses an interested to an ag
gregate of 130,000, but. It is claimed tbat
Hudglns' reserved stock elsewhere will
cvr the smount. Alt bough a reward ot
KW Is pending for the arrest of tbe rob
hers, as alleged, of Hudgins' safe, not tbe
slightest clue has developed.
An roparalleled Ootra ge 1st Jarkaon
Inukpbndkxcb, Mo., Jan. 13. Turee
months ago J. D. Hill, of Blue Spring,
this county, lost fjlJOO in gold. About tbe
same time John Sweeney camo Into the
possession of a large sum of money through
the death of a relative iu Virgiuia, and by
bis free use of the money suspicion was
cast on him aa the thief. About 1 o'clock
on Thursday night a party went to Swee
ney's bouse, called bim out, read a war
runt charging htm with tbe crime and
started for tbe nearest Justice.
When about 40 rods from his residence, a
rope was placed around bis neck and be
wa told to make a confession or tbey
would bang blra . He refused, was hauled
up three times, and each time protested bis
innocence. He was let down tbe last tims
more dead than alive, and his pockets
picked of all tbey contained. Tbe high
waymen tben left tbelr vlciira In tbe snow,
mounted their horses and rode away.
Wben Sweeney was found by bis family,
two bourn later, be was almost deud.
Tbe authorities are endeavoring to find the
Ileal n ot WUllana A. Eagman.
Nkw YoRK,J.n. 12. William A. Enge
man, the well-known proprietor ot tbe
Brighton Beach race-track, died of Brigbt'a
dUeivte at a few minutee past 6 last evening
at, bis residenoe, No. 14 Seventh avenue,
Brooklyn. He was 44 yesrs of age, and iu
early life exhibited a roving disposition.
At 19 be went to Texas and passed several
years ot his life on the Mexican frontier.
Wben tbe war broke out be came North to
Washington, and was appointed to a posi
tion in the Quartermaster's department as
a Mule Inspector. Returning to New York
about 1804, he couoeived the idea of mak
ing Coney Inland a popular watering place,
and succeeded eventually, notwithstanding
tbe criticism of those who
IHfL'BTID TUB FEASIBILITY
of tbu scheme. In later years be devoted
the larger part of bis time to racing, nav
ing built and succt'sslully managed tbe
Brighton Beacb track for tbe last five sea
koiis. Mr, Engeman made himself ex
ceedingly popular by means ot bis numer
ous and unostentatious acts of charity, one
of bis peculiarities being a desire to employ
all tbe idle men in tbe vicinity of Coney Is
land. Mr. Engeman was attended during
bis illness by his sou, W. A., ami bis
brothers, Oeo. H. and John Engeman, and
two or three of his most trusted employi.
It la understood, by tbe terras of the will,
bis brother George has been appointed scle
trustee of tbe estate.
An Invention Tbat Will Throw Thon
auntie ol Hen Oni of Employment.
I'ittsburo, Jan. 12. A machine bas
bsen Invented to manufacture bob-nails,
wtiicb bas hitherto bee a done by band, and
a factory will shortly be established In tbis
city. The machine, it is claimed, is
capable of doing tbe work of a hundred
men, and as thousands are at present en
ffairail in the maniifactnra of hob-nails bv
hand, tbe Invention will result In throwing
out of erriDlnrment a larse number of men
throughout the oountry. E icb machine Is
operated by three men and has a capacity
of a ton per uay.
Ihln ( lews.
Elizabeth, N. J., Jan. 12. Mrs. Char
les Conrad ot No. 453 Third avenue reports
to the authorities tbat she saw and talked
with Charles Delmonlco at ber bouse Fri
day morning at 11 o'clock. He asked for
money and she gave bim two cents. He
tben went down tbe Long Branch Railroad
towards tbe bridge over the Elizabeth
River. Mrs. David Conner land another
person say they saw Dolmontoo. Tbe po
lice dlioredit tbe story.
DRAOQIKO CANALS AND RIVERS.
New York, Jan. 12. The Newark
Canal and Passaic and Hackensack Rivers
are being dragged tor tbe body of Charles
a co in.
Funeral ol Joan Preston Johnston
Aligns- at Leaveuworth.
Lkavknwokth, Kan., Jan. 12. Tbe
funeral of John Preston Johnston Augur,
whiob takes place at West Point to-day,
will be attended by Gen. C. C. Augur,
father of the deceased, who is in command
of tbe department of Missouri with head
quarters at Fort Leavenworth. Young
Augur was quite well-known here, and a
large number of bit friends and acquaint
ances will observe the sad oocaslon here.
YOUNG AUGUR'S DBATH
wut due primarily to a sbock that his sys
tem received by sailing from tbe Arctic Sea
almost directly to tbe tropics. He recently
visited Leavenworth, and it was bere tbat
bis partially demented condition was first
observed by bis friends and family.
He dressed iu English cos
tume, was very nervous and excitable, and
quick to resent anything tbat be inter
preted ss an insult. While riding at Fort
Leaven worth, dyetsed In a "dudish" cos
tume, a squad ot soldiers made sport
of him. He rode into them as fast as his
horse could carry bim, and a lively-set-
to followed, in which several persons
received bruises. The matter was s-ttled
afterwards and treated tbe soldiers hand
somely, and tbey repented having called
bim a dude.
Young Augur graduated from the
naval asademy at Annapolis in 1870, aud
bud served ss lleutsasot in the Atlantic,
Artie, China and Mediierraaeanwaters,and
was watoh offi ier on the United States
sblp Alliance, which erulsed about Iceland
and Spltzenbergen In 1881. It was from
there that he went dlreotly to tbe tropics.
Wben the unsound condition of his mind
became evident he was Induced to co to
New York, and was tursd Into the asylum
Iu Bloominuda'e. Hit escape In a terrible
storm and tragic death are supposed to bare
been due. In a measure st least, to tbs con
SUDDBNLY CAME OVER RIM.
that ba wat going mad. He bad only been
In tbe asylum since CkrlstflsM. Be was 81
tsars of age.
PAYNE FOR PRESIDENT.
Bureaus in Hii Behalf to be Estab
lished. I sm Old Han la Pusnad (and Bled)
for all He Is Worth.
Hrnry B.. Payne.
WASHiKiiTON, Jan. 12. Four months
ago press correspondents here send broad
cast to tbe country a statement tbat Wash
ington McLean, father ot John R. McLean,
proprietor ot the Cincinnati Enquirer, had
concluded to take up bis reside oe in
Washington to help his son-in-law, Gen.
Hazen, chief signal officer, in opening out
a presidential bureau in the Interest of
some ambitious candidate. There wat n
great deal of speculation here as to
WHO WAS TNR MA V
who meant to place bin politlc;tl destiny in
the bauds of the McLean. It transpires
that tbat portion of tbe report rela:iug to
llazen wss a myth, or pretext and that
McLean's residence here means President
ial touring alone. It transpires alto that
his enemies and those of bis frlcnili bave
been, and are to be, directed In the
Presidential interest of Henry B. Payne,
who was tbe other day selected in caucus
ly the Oulo LfjjUia'ure for United State
I'AYNE IS TO BK PUSHKI)
with all possible- earnestness for the
Democratic nomination for tbe Presi
dency, and to tbat end a bureau will be
opened here and In New York within a
fortnight; tbe one here to bo operated
by Washington McLean and tbe one iu
New York by Whitney, Payne's son-in-law,"
Witney's wife having purchased the
residence so long occupied by Mrs. Paran
Stevens corner 67th street and Fifth avenue
at a cost of VW.OvO.OO. It is ennaidered a
matter of fact tbat ibe Standard OH Com
pany is Uking a strong part in tbe cam
paign of Payne, whose caucus election
to tbe United States Senate is considered
A LONG STRIDE
towards tbe White House. There is to be
no lack of funds, and th- Democratic
pi ess of tbe country is to bo controlled as
far as possible at tbe outset.
expenditure of ibe Depart lurut of
J as lie.
Washington, Jan. 12. At 10 o'clock
tbis morning the House committee on ex
penditures of tbe department of Justice met
tor the purpose ot bearing Brewster Came
ron, late general agent ot the Department
g.ve his explanation of certain expendi
tures in tbe prosecution of the Star route
trials. Cameron imformed Superintend
ent Springer, chairman of tbe committee,
tbat be would be present and testify by 1
o'clock. At noon be hadn't appeared and
the committee de'ermlned to oonduct the
proceedings In prlvaoy, until tbey ascer
tained ibe course it would take la response
of Secretary Folger to Senator Van Wyck's
resolution, oalling for vouchers of expendi
tures of the deparun o , f jn-iice in tbe
Star route trials.
Morrlsou'a Lnke war nines.
Washington, Jan. 12 . FrienUs ot tbe
bill extending tbe period ot two years tor
the payment of tbe tax on whisky in dis
tillers' warehouses are somewhat surprised
at the lukswarmness of Morrison, Chair
man ot tbe Ways and Means committee,
which hat tbe bill In charge. Morrison's
friends gave as a reason for bis action tbe
tact tbat be bas presidential aspirations,
and tbat there are about 80,000 Demo
cratic voters In Illinois belonging to tem
perance organizations who would op
pose Morrison's nomination If be were
to support such a measure as tbe extension
Called to Aceoo.nl.
Washing rov, Jan. 12 Senators Hoar and
Dawes have received letters from the Civil
Service Association, at Boston, reijuestii g
an explanation of tbelr votes in favor of a
change of officers of the United States Sen
ate. I hree Per Cent. Bond Called In.
Washington, Jan. 12. Secretary
Folger bas issued a call for 10,000,000 three
per coul. bonds tbis afternoon. Tbe call
will mature March 15.
Ilealrnrtlon ol a Koted Jtendcavon.
Hannibal, Mo., Jan. 12. Tbe fire on
Glasscock's Island yesterday destroyed the
buildinir which for the past fifteen years
has probably been tbe most noted refuge
for criminals on tbe Mississippi river.
Peter Cardinal, better known as "French
Pete," who for a lonn time was tbe chief
tain of a enng of river pirates, desperadoes,
etc., who made the island their headquar
ters, was recently sentenoed to ten yean
Imprisonment In tbe Missouri penitentiary,
and a number of his men are now
serving terms fur other similar
crimes. Among these who made
their home tbere were a number of beauti
ful but hardened women, wbo 11 Is be
lieved lured to their island home many who,
after a nigbt of revelry, mysteriously dis
appeared, and as nothing has since been
heard of them, are supposed to have been
murdered and their bodies suuk beneath
London, Jan. 12. Twenty blastfur
naces in tbe Cleveland district bave been
blown nut on account of the bad state ot
tbe Iron trade. The miners have received
notlc of a reduction ot hours of labor
shortly, to take place so tbat tbe produc
tion of mines may correspond with the de
crease in the number of furnaces in opera
London, Jan. 12. The steamer Lud
gate Hill, which sailed from New York for
London December 81st, passed Llgard to
day. The cuptain report! tbat on Janutry
Hib the Lud?ale Hill passed a White
Star stoumei , evidently tbe Celtic, which
was making good headway under sail In
latitude 40 deg. 30 m. north, I itrltuds 2T
deg. 30 m. west. Tbs captain says In
passing only numbers oould be exchanged.
ALL WELL OK THI CELTIC.
London, Jan. 12. Tbe steamer Poly
nesla, Capt. Kuhne, from New York,
December 30th, for Hamburg, passed
Ll sard to-day. The captain reports tbat
be spoKe the Celtic on the stb Inst, All on
board were well.
Paris, Jan. 13 A despatch from Hong
Kong lays, two Chinese transports are em
barking troops at CantM for tbs Island of
Paris, Jan. IS.-The Figaro asserts tbat
direct negotiations betweei Cblna and
tranee will be resulted on a bails only of a
new frontier to Tonquin and amnesty.. ts
tbe Bl.ick F agst China also to guarantee
free navlvagatlou on tbe 8ong Hot rlvsr to
Lao K.ilr, i
Arras, J in. 12. An explosion of fire
damp in the Ferfay coal mine killed
seven men. Twelve men In all were in
jured. It Is feared tbe five others per
Dt-RMV Jan. 12. If the Nationalist
meeting at Boyle Is "proolslm d" tbe
delegations will assemble at Black Lyoa
COMPENSATION FOR HER SON. '
Dublin, Jan. 12. Tbe Lord Lieutenant
has received a memorial from Mrs. Cathe
rlne M tguire, asking compensation for tbe
murder of ber son Phillip at Kilcreory, in
December, by an Orangemen.
Ottawa. Jan. 12. Swine for breeding
purposes, it is ordered, shall come from
the Western Stat i through tbe Canadian
frontier st Point Edward. They snail re
main in quarantine twenty-one days and be
accompanied with a certificate that there
was uo disease among swine in tbs looallty
from whence they were started.
Caiiio, Jan. .12. It Is stated tbat tbs
Egyptian Government bave given orders te
evacuate, Khartoum. Tbelr guni will be
spiked and all tbe powder on band des
troyed. It is believed all efforts will now
be concentrated in defense of Massowah
Hong Kong, Jan. 12. The Chinese fear
that tbe French are entertalnli g designs
111,111, Cnii i on, and the people sre uneasy,
llai l'lioiiu' reports say Admiral Cnurbr-t
will iiilvance upon Bsc Mnb without wait
ing for reinforcements.
n A DAUANC A B.
Lomion, Jan. 12. The English Conn I
G-'ti'-riil is collecting evidence of tbe losses
In British milijccis in Madagascar durine
the recent bombardment and other military
operations of the Frenoh.
Bkki.in, Jan. 12. Tbe Crown Princess
of tittrinspy is reported seriously ill.
RIOTOIN it all.KOAOEttS).
An Oregon Town Overrun by a Uang of
Dlirharged Railroad Men.
Pendleton, Oregon, January 12.
At tbe beginning of tbe prs,
ent week two hundred railroad men
were di.-char-td. Tbey spent their
wau'es for wbNky and riotous living and
came here two dayi later dead broke,
demanded a free rid to Portland, ami
were iff tied. Yesterday they boarded a
regular wvst-hound traiuand held It in their
posiessinn. The authorities appealed tn
(lennrnl .M ies, who ordered tbe Infantry
sent Immediately from Walla Walla.
When the inlllitary arrived the mob still re
fused to leave the train, but permitted the
mail car to go. Tbe situation is perilous,
as ouO more discharged men sre expected to
A LATER DISPATCH.
Pendleton, Jan. 12. No outbreak has
yet occurred. Tbe men are holding a
meeting and tbe citizens are doing tbelr
best to provide for the men, who were
perfectly destitute, No serious disturbance
W ii k AT January
Mv 1 14.
$109; April W12;
-Corn Jauuary 62;
February UK ;
Aiarcu 64 ; nav no.
tliTK Inmiarv 41 IK : Februarv
March 42: Mu V(.
Cat ILK Receipts 1.700; steady;
exports $6 00786 70: eoou to choioe
ibipping quoted at ii 6firr6 00; common
to fair H 'Hbfab 40, bulobers $- (d ;
stockers $ O .
HUGS-KecelDts 12.000; quite and slow;
light at 15 10to6 60; rough packing
$5 10(35 60; heavy packing and shipping
6 56'o5 60.
Wheat January 01 X: Februarv alls'
; Marcu93; May 99; June $
Cohn January ods: nenruary run;
March 64; Mav 6SX; JuneM'.
Oats Januarir 32i; February S3H;
March 33; May 87.
Cattle Exporters 16 30to6 60; rood
to beavv do & WtW 25: light to fair US 10 d
6 &o; common to medium M 40r5 00; fair
to good Colorado $4 U0(V 60; southwest $3 7i
aw 60; tcrass Texant $J&0fcfjO0; light to
food stockers fi Mt& 75; fair to good teed
srs $3 7.V4 25; common to choice native
sows and heifers Ki 00,'oH 65; S0Ailawas or
any kind i'l 50,'a3 00.
HtHjs Receipts 4,794 head: shipments
2,083 head. Market unsettled, Pack
ers selling at $5 40f5 60 for rough mixed;
and Yorkers steady at &40
Shkep Common, medium and light$260
(9 ) 35; (air to good 3 50(34 00; prime 4 25
r5 00; (air to good Texans $2 75
Weaker and lower for wheat, corn and
Wheat lanuary $102X; February
SI 03; March $105H: May $1 08X0.
Corn January 4S X; February 48 X
March 49V; May 52VOX; year .
OATs-Jauuary 32X; February 83;
March 31; May 86)4, and later ; year
Butter Creamery at 30(332 to 84(335
for selections, a shade, more in a small way;
seconds at '2iCdX. Dairv at 24026
for choice to faucv, to 27 for selections;
fair Initio; low grade STdlo. Poor to
choice near-by In pails 8(315.
Boos Receipt 100 pkg. Iu fair de
mand and slow at 'iVdfie for good to oholce
Poultry Dressed. Spring chickens
small flfdi .V: fair to clioiue.W 75 8110
choice t'l ; Old chickens Cociis .
mixed. 1 7501 00; hens. - .
turkeys, Vll V dozen ; accoi ding to sli.
and dressed at 14(315c per lb.; duck
3 504 50; Geese 5(37.
CATTl.E-Rcceipts 367 bead; market
BtnnVanu about cents higher on all
RrHofi3 -Receipts, market
falrnd 5 ceCm? oljber selling at 16 40O
0 60; bulk sales ai fo OOtW 9).
Vt heat and corn arrived dull. Wheat
to arrive dull and heavy. Corn
to arrive steady. Mark Lane Wheat
and corn dull. Country markets quiet.
California wheat to arrive declined SJ.
Spot wheat dull; No. S tprlng 8s 8d
No. 8 ipring. noce In market; Western
winter, 8s ftd. Mixed western oornlrra
at ot 7Xd. Demand from Continent and
Ualted Kingdom fair tor whist sad fair
BLOODLESS BILE. ' ;
Vardy Enooanter Between Two Grivt
U. 8, Senatori.
Senator Logan Riled by Slnrrlns;
aarh ol Senator Kewell, Haewo -
righl-Tlmelj Interfere nee. ; .
Baltimore, Jan. 12.-A Washington
epeo'al to the Hsrald says: This afternoon
about halt past two a wordy encounter took
place between Senators Logan and Sewell
In the basement of the Capitol, near ths
Benste restaurant. The Senators, It seems,
bad ooms down for refreshments after hav
ing been many successive hours on duty,
and wers returning, when they met Sena
tor Sewell, who took a leading part in fayor
if Fits John Porter at tbe last session ot
Congress. He pleasantly greeted Logan
nd remarked, In a Joking way, ttiut he
hoped Losan would not again this session
detain the Senate three days with an anti
fits Jobnl Porter speeob. as tbe members
were already so well nformed that tbe
subject did not nsed more light. Tne .re
mark was made without Intention to offend ,
and Mr. Logan grew violently mad and I
looking daggers at tbe New Jerseylan, and '
rightly deolared there were still many 3
Senatort who were not well Informod as to
tbe Flu John Porter case. He thought he
would agsin make a long speech on the sub
ject, and would let up by using insulting
language toward Senator Sewell, intimating '
tbat a man of sense would not bave made
such an alluilon, and asking Sewell (o at
tend hit own business in future. Sewell
first seemed overwhelmed by surprise, but
quickly recovering himself, retorted in a
kind, asserting tbat be bad sal 1 nothing thatr"
a gentleman could take exception to .The
men tben assumed an offensive attitude aor '
were on tbs point ot assailing each other n
with fists, and would doubtless bave en- t
gaged In a rough . and
tumble fight bad not a number of .
Capitol employes Interfered. Two states- '
men tben prevailed upon them to separate,
each walking away growling to himself. The
employes on a bint from other senators ;
endeavored to bush the matter, and par- -tloularlly
to keep It out of tbe newspapers, -
but without avail. It is thought by those, ,
at tbe bead ot the affair tbat trouble will ?
yet come out of it.
A Downward Torn.
Chicago, Jan. 12. The downward turn
In wheat continued to-day amid very con-
slderable excitement. Tbe weakness '
ibown yeiterday teemed to bave been un-'
expected but proved simply a forerunner )
of an increased demoralization to-day. ;
The market opened heavy and weakjai'dj
tbe failures in New York, when bulletined:
only served to add to the depression. - May
sold down to 88 J sod February to91K,r
whloh latter approaobed the lowest'
point touched for near future In the
paat year. One or two spasmodic rallies
occurred and May finally ran up to 69 a at
11 o'clock, and it noon it was WHr099M
and displayed a greater degree of steadl- 4
nets. Trading wat oonnned almott entire
ly to May option, although tome attention
was paid to February, whiob option was
regulated by May and remained perslsteatly
To. In tbe rear. Corn likewise was very
wiak, at the opening. May telling down
to 68M, but the market gradually Improved
and at noon May told up to 69 . May oats
old for 87 or V under yesterday's clos
ing. May pork sold down to $14 90 at the
opening, but at noon was quotable at $15 15.
At noonMay lard sold at $9.25 aud remained
QtflicCT, HI., Jan. 12. "Dag" Hoola
ban, arrested yesterday on a minor charge,
flod after giving bond. It Is believed that
he wat one ot the gang tbat committed
many brutal ortmet and terrorized the
people recently. He It a notorious thief.
J. H. Meyer is dying from the effects ot a
blow made with an adze In the bands
of C. Wommelsdorf. Buth are coopers,
and tbe affray occurred a week ago while
they were at work. Wommelsdorf bas not
A Level-Ilearted Tag.
Vandalia, III., Jan. 12. Thomas Wil
son, a tramp, was arrested at Sinltbboro
yesterday for stealing a pair of irloves from
Jesse James, the Vandalia Railroad agent
at that place. He was fined 110 and costs,
in default of wblcb he was placed Iu the
ockup. Wilson said he stole the irloves in
order to secure a warm berth during tbe
An Awfnl Fall.
Butler, Pas, Jan. 12 James Dunlap,
enKiged iu pulling rods in an oil well near
Petrolla, yesterday evening, fell from the
top of a derrick to tbe floor, 60 feet, and
was killed Instantly. His legs aud arms
were broken and his back bone forced Into
Trial ol James Nnll.
Pittsburg, Pa., Jan. 12. Jatnet Nutt
will arrive to-day from TJoiontown, in;
charge ot Sheriff Sturllng, accompanied by
his mother. Witnesses are emu lnu next
Monday. AU ii in readiness and tbe Inter
est Is Intensified at the near approach of
Snow In North Carolina.
Petersburg, Va., Jan. 12. It baa
been suowlng at High Point, N. C, and
vicinity, nearly all tbe week. Last night'
there was another storm and the gronnd Is
oovered to the depth of ten to fifteen.
Killed by a Falling Flaak. "'.
Cincinnati, Jan. 12.-Joseph Oelpauls,
a German, sred twenty-four, wasacclden--tally
killed tbis morning at the Newport'
Iron Foundry by a flask, weighing a ton.'
filling on bis neck and breaking It.
A Wronged Hnsbautl'a Kevenge.
Huntington, Ind., Jan. 12. Eli
Kctchntu, a farmer from Grant county,',
yesterday shot and killed Jobn Lemon.
Ketcbnln clatmt tbat ba found Lemon and,
bit wife iu a questionable position.
(Don to Earope. ,
New Tou, Jan. 12. -Tbs World pub
lisher a story to tbe efleot tbat Delmonlco
bas gons to Europe with a lady with whom
be bad been infatuated, and who it also
Caaght In I he Shaltlng.
Kent, O., Jan 12.-George Snyder, .
employed at the Alpea Mills, waa eaugbt
In tbe shafting and before tbe machinery
oould iii stopped be waa torn to pieces.,
Folleentan Held lee Trial. ' 5 "
Tor, N. Y., Jan. lJ.-Pntrolmasj
Ksnney, who, la a ttailon bouie, Ired
Cur shots at Sergeant Burke, bas bees
Id fertUI. ,