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For LUlit, liciltl.y ii:i,. The li..-.. t Iry H ,i,
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FOR SALE BY C30CERS.
CHICACO. . st. LOUIo.
k). AV. HENDERSON,
No. l'JiCoiiimerchil Ave.,
tfole Agent foi the Celebrate
sleo carrlci thelargi-Hl ami heft ft l.' t-d ctoclt ol
ever bronijlit to tho city. Price" ranirinj: from the
low em lur cheap clove optoibo clusei-t figures
ON the FINEST an.l BEST.
Hnllder' UnrdwH'e, and enmuictti assortment of
Tinwart', (iMiiitPWtre, Kurlfimwara and a iffiiurnl
line nl House Furiiii.iimr Unoiln, Lainpn, Fixture.,
et. Call and txa'iiln . helon: r)'i'Chai:nf.
Corner l.'lb and Commercial .r. ciiue.C'a'ro, 111.
TeliU'lione No. 1'.'
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Success r to Cliiu. T. Xewlanil auJ
Plumbet. Steam and Gas Fitter
Coiuiucirirtl Ave , bet. Tenth ami Ele
venth Sts ,
: : ITL.
Jlive Well Forrc nnd Lift Pomps furnifhed and
CM up. Ageut for tlio Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PIMP''
be best pump ever Invented. New Cine Fixture,
uriisbe.'. to order. Old fixture! repaired and
l-fjoliblni; promptly attended to. 819-tl
IlEXliY 1 1 A SEN J A KGER,
Mnnufacturcr an4 Dealer in
Sheboygan Mineral Springs Water,
ALWAYS OM MaNI).
Milwaukee Beer iu kegs and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 1th & CVm'l
130 & 138 Com'l Ave,
have a full and completo lino of
Linen (roods, Dusters, Notions, Etc.
A heavy Block ol IJody Brtiii.elp'aper
triva and luuruln
A full Monk of Oil CloMic, all nbses-ainl price..
All Uootlw lit llottom Trioosf
WHOLESALi: AND KfiT.UL.
The, Lacst Vai'itty Stock
tN True city.
' goons sold vmx owm
NEW YORK STORE CO.
Willful .And Self-Asserting Thougi
Tottorlug on tlio Verge of
Misinterpreting the Solicitude of Hit
rrieuda, He Made a Desperate At
tack On Manager Brooks.
He is Overpowered And Held a Prisonei
in His Room Under the Surveil-
ance of Detectives.
Chicago, III., October 2. OwlDg to
the natural reluctance of those asso
ciated with Johu MtCullough, the tragtf
dluu, to discuss a painful subject, the
circuiustuuccs attending his withdrawal
from the stae havo not been fully ulvcn
to the public. It now appears that Mr.
McCuilouh has not been Informed that
all his dates Iwd been canceled. Alter
the rehearsal Tuesday afternoon, ho was
told that the engagement at McVicker's
theater would not be completed, and was
show i a letter from McVlcker to Mr.
Urooks, in which Mct'ullough's Illness
and consequent Inability to do himself
justice were sjiecllled as reasons for clos
ing the house. McCullou'h was lying
down at the time, resting himself for the
performance which ho expected to give
in the eveulug, but ho dressed himself
and in company with his manager went
to Mr. McVicker's residence.
UK WAS ANUItY
at tirst, but Mr. McVlcker succeeded ap
parently in convincing him tha". the ac
tion ho had taken was for the best, and
the tragedian returned to his hotel and
accepted the situation. Ho supposed,
however, that the performances were to
be resumed at lJetruit, the next place
ou the route, and nottdug was aid
to disabuse him of his error. A careful
watch was kept upon him all night a'.d
all day bv detectives. Wherever he went
be was shadowed, aud when he ordered a
carriage and went for a drive, a detec
tive followed not iar off in a cab. l)ur
ing yesterday he manifested numerous
proofs that his mind was lu a terribly ex
cited state and that his
KEASON WAS TOTTEKINO.
I'.arly in the niorulug ho succeeded in
getting possession of the newspaper,
and he read the long articles alxui'
himself ai d his much lamented condi
tion. In the afternoon he wGnt to the
Tromont i ouse and told Miss Tracy
that he intended to go" to Detroit at
once, i'e was Ibaafc persuaded to d
ier going until eveuiug, aud he left trio
hotel, enjoining MLsa T acy to meet
him at the depot at geveu o'clock.
Shortly before that hour he. order
ed his baggage sent to the depot
and proceeded thither himself.
Jhafricndi withheld his baggage, and
two of rirjkerton'a men followed him.
Ttiry f' uad him walking up and down
th platform with Miss Tracy, and ap
parently lu a calm frame o( mind. liy a
little strategy Mr. Brooks induced him
to enter a carriage, and thus imprisoned
Mr. McCulloush was driven to the Ice
land Hotel. Uu the way there Mr. Me
Culiough had evidently protested stout
ly, aud by the time the hotel was reached
be was thoroughly excited and angry, it
required Mr. Brooks and the two de
tectives to get him into th hotel. At
the entrance bo
and struck .Vr. Brooks a heavy blow
with his cane. Two of the negroes em
ployed at the hotel hastily dodged to one
tide, fearing the frenzied man would
strike them. Mr. McCullough was lloally
h ilf pushed, half dragged to the elevator,
and there, so desperate was his resist
ance, it was found necessary to throw
hin into the elevator much as a
drunken man might havo staggered In
and fallen. He was taken up to his room
and kept a prlsouer there. In a very
short time after this had happened Miss
Tracy reached the hotel. She was crying
convulsively. After a mom nt's delay
she went up t Mr. ,N cCullough's room,
and did what she could to assist In calm
ing his mind aud bringing him to realize
that ho was not In a lit condition to 1111
any engagements for some time to tome,
aud that it was imperative that ho should
rest. Mr. McCullough became calmer,
though ho was
BY NO MEAN'S RECONCILED.
Just what ha said concerning the treat
m ut ha had received and what he in
tended to do was not learned, for those
guarding him would not vouchsafe any
inf rmation. Mr. Lirooks was seen last
night by a reporter. When asked what
would be the future movements of Mr.
McCullough, and if there was anything
new in his condition, he replied: "I havo
said all I will say iu regard to the mat
ter. The engagement Is canceled, and
that's the end of it. Thiro is nothing
new in the matter whatever. Air. Mc
Cullough is now a private citizen aud
should bo treated as such. I supposo
his future movements will bo announced
hereafter. The thing is done, and as a
personal favor I wish tho papers would
living's Ketrrets and Sympathy.
New York, October 2. Tho following
was received to-day from Ileury Irving,
who is now iu Canada : 'I learn with
the groatcst regret and sorrow tho ead
stato of my friend John McCullough. I
earnestly hopo It is but temporary, and
that wc shall soon seo him restor d to
his friends and tho public. When I met
him ilrst in Loudon soma years ago I
was much impressed by his flno physiquo
and genial aud manly character, which
wou for him iu England troops of friends.
After his great success at Drury Line In
Vlrginius, I saw him oltcn, aud always
felt myself cheered by his hearty and
A RELIGIOUS MANIAC
Ooea OS at a Tangent, and Commits
Borne Very Unchristian Acta.
Drikton, V.t October 2. John lioyle,
a miner employed by Covo Brothers &
Company, was returning from a mission
service at tho Koman Catholic Church
this morning In company with his wifo
and sister, whon ho suddenly dropped on
his knrcs and began praying. Then,
with a yell, ho sprang up, -ossed his hat
Into tho air, pursued his wifo Into a
neighboring house, and in his maniacal
fxoi ey dashed headlong Into a mirror,
frantically up thi street. Catching
hold of his terrified tister ho
flung her to the earth and attempted to
choke her to death, but being ulled off,
turned upon tho erow 1 thatgathered and
charged it, putting everybody to flight,
lie pursued them, and after a longth.so,
came up with Theophilus G.bboiu, whom
he I mediately grappled, tearing all the
clothes from his body. Gibbous held on
to him an I the others, lucking up cour
age, seized tho maniac, aud, alter a
desperate struggle, bound him. Uo was
carried homo aud now lies there, tlod
hand and foot, under the charge ol a
physician, who pronounces him suffering
from a revere atta- k of acuto mania,
brought on by reilgious excitement.
HASli 11ALL, KUUVmiSS.
Score .ol Games Pluyai on Wednesday,
Philadelphia, Pa. Toledos, 2; Ath
let cs, 1.
Providence, It. I Provldcno Wlno
Clerks, 15; New York Wine Clerks, 7.
John L. Sullivan covered ilrst baso for
th home nine, and played good g uno.
Brooklyn, H. Y Loulsvllles, i;
Brooklyus, 3; game called on account of
New York Metropolitans, 4; Colum
Iiuffilo, N. Y.-Buffalos 2; Provi
Richmond, Va. Indianapolis, 4; Vir
Detroit, Mich. Detroits, lj Phlla
delphlas, 0. Game called at tho cud of
the sixth iiining ou account of dark
ness. Baltimore, -ld. Baltimores, 3; Cin
Pittsburgh, Pa. Al eghenys, 2; St.
. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City Un
ions, 2; Boston Uuious, 1.
C ncinnatl, O. Cincinnati Unions, 7;
St. Paul Unions, 0.
Cieveaud, O. Bostons, 10; Clove
St. Louis, Mo. S . Louis Unions, 5;
Baltimore Union ,0.
Brighton Beach Kacs.
New York, October 2. Yesterday was
the Ilrst day of the October meeting of
the Brighton Beach ltacing Association.
There was an excellent programme, six-ty-one
horses being entered for tho five
First Ilace Malde s of all ages, three
quarters mile: Jeunings, ilrst; fandan
go, sejnd; Odette, third. Time, 1:19.
Second lhce All nges, one mile: In
contaut, Uist; Edwin A., second; Faugh
a-Iialiagh, third. Time, 1 :45 1-2.
Tulrd it ice Il3iidicap for all ages, one
and one-quai tor miles: Topsy, ilrst; Ten
Strike, second; Plunger, third. Time,
F'ourth Iiace Beaten hor es, seven
eighths mile: Black Jack, U st; Leroy,
secon i; Clarence, third. Time, 1:8112.
Ftitti Ilace Three-year-olds aud up
wards, welter-weight", ono and one
eighth miles: Burgomaster, firs'? Ar
senic, second; Pawnee, tnlrd. Time,
Run Off With a Turfm in On the Spur
of the Momjnt.
Vince.nnes, Ixd., October 2. A sensa
tion was created here last night by the
marriage of John W. Ayres, a well known
turfman, to Miss Carrie Wagner, daugh
ter of the proprietor of the Elm House.
An attempt to elope was frustrated not
lung ago, and it was thought that the
young lady had recovered from her infat
uation; but Lochinvar arrived last even
lug, while papa was absent at the Cincin
nati Exposition, and mamma was out.
The ceremony was performed, and iho
couple jumped iuto a buggy aud drove
over into Illinois, where they will catch a
west-bouud train aud go to Flora, where
the groom's horses are running this week.
Miss Wagucr is a pretty little lady, and
belongs to a good family, whilo Ayres Is
one of the most widely celebrated hor.-e-men
in the Wcstera States.
His Sons the Hirs of His Fortune
Valued at Twanty Millions.
Baltimore, Md., October 2. The will
of tho late John W. Garrett, President of
tho Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company,
was tiled yesterday at Towsontown, Bal
timore County. Ho makes his sons
Robert and T. Harrison Garrett
his ex. Tutors, administrators and
heirs of his entiro fortune, valued at
about 820,000,000, subject to the follow
ing trusts : To his sou Robert tho dwell
ing, 71 Mt. Vernon Place, aud contents.
To Ms son T. Harrison Garrett, his coun
try seat, known ns "Ever Green," In
Baltimore County. To his daughter Mary,
the dwelling on the southwest comer of
Monument and Cathedral, the country
seat Montebeiio, tho ar ctt Cottago at
Deer Park. io. is slater Ellzabet i, tho
dwelling', No 50 Mt. Vemou Place. To
the poor of Baltimore City, 5,000 per
annum forever. Also tho sum of 850,
000 per annum during tin HietW'ie of his
sous for such objects of benevo
lence, educational purposes, and
in aid of such descrying and needy
persons as may be select
ed by the Trustees. Tho Trustees are
given tho privilege of extending tho bene
ills of this last trust to other States and
countries lu cases of fpeclal suffering.
Mr. Garrett expresses tho hopo that his
sous' inheriting 30,000 shares from him,
tho Johns Hopkins University and
tho City of Baltimore, each hold
lng largo blocks, will continue to
control tho road In tho interests
of tho city. In order to Insure this
object as far us possible, ho directs that
tho Trust cs shall hold the Baltlmoro &,
Ohio stoek for at least twenty years
after date. In addition to the stock thus
bequeathed to Messrs. Robert and Thos.
Harrison Garrett, tho-iatter own a largo
sharo in tho Baltimore & Ohio as mom
b. rs of tho firm of Robert Garrett &
Tho Stuto Kxposltlou of N rth Caro
lina opened at Raleigh.
Tho Exchange N itlonal Bank of Cin
cinnati has gouo into voluntary liquida
tion. Mr. Kirkl, new Japanes- Mln'ster-to
the United States, arrived at San Fran
cisco. A strange disease has bro'ten out
araoun cattle in tho Catiwlssa Valley ol
: Decrease of tho public debt durl g$-p-tonibr
$12,047 089; cash In taoTntv
Oovoruor Olovoland Loaves Al
bany For a Visit to Ilia Homo
Blaine Takes a Late Breakfast, Holds a
Exception and "Does" the Queon f
City Logan in Cincinnati.
Carter Harrison Addresses Twenty
Thousand Suckers at Lexington,
Clevjland's Departure for Buffalo.
Aliuxy, N Y., October 2. Cleveland
left Albany by special trala ou tho New
York Central Road at 1:15 p. m. for
Buffalo. There was uo demonstration,
and but lew persons In the railroad yard.
As the tral . pulled out the G j vernor raised
his hat aud the few spectators responded
by a similar salute. The Goveruorls ac
companied by John T. Aiiiey, Mayor
Banks, Erastus Corning, Slmou Rosen
dale, John A. McCall Jr., and General
Blaine in Cincinnati.
Cincinnati, O., October 2. Mr. Blaine
visitod the Mt-rch iuts' Exchange at half
pat twelve o'clock, and was received
with c eafening c .eers. President l ea
body then advanced, -.nd rapping with
his gavel made a short Introductory ad
dress as follows:
(ifcSTI.KMKN UK THE ClIAMIIKIC OF COM-
mkik.'k: Wd have In our Ity u distlii
Kui.lic.il ifL-iitieiimn lio is Willi us as the
Kut'St ot our irrcut Exposition, so well
known i ho that i o further introduction
is necest-a y trom your President. 1 have
pleasure m mtioJueinjr to you Hon. James
Couclu-iou of the s, eech was marsed
with renewed cheers, after which Mr.
Blaine stepped forward aud said :
GKXTI.KME.N OK TIIK ClIAMIIKIi OK L'OM-
MMto:: IiUite appreciate the personal cour
tesy an I compliment, in tinp-s of IiikIi politi
tai exe.t n ent, of hoth paities roeeivintf mo
in my present position, i ueir to thank you
sineereiy. I take always the (neatest pleasure
in visitlnir your eity. tin the oeeasiiui ot my
lust visit here eight yeais uno I was
compl 1 1 1 1 1 1 U hs. I um to-iiuy. 1 wateli
the pioiressof ynuroity wilh jrreut intention.
It has heen to me from my early ehildho nl
an oliject of iitterest. 1 was burn ami reared
ou waters that connect directly with t'uiciii
n Hi. un I in my early life I did what I o ina.iy
of ou i a i boast ot liuviiiir done: 1 iimdu Ili
tien trips on the Ohio River between
Pittsburgh and Cincinnati tin a steam
boat, i'hut refers V a eilod al
most tinte liilmian. 1 lio railroad has
Liken tilts place ef the Ftcambout, in (Treat
incusurc mid jet us I said In Omirri ss I think
tlieiieat Wes'ern cities do not fully appie
eiate the muiriiitudc of this iulaml nut iuaf ion,
and it will lx a mistake to let it fall into neir
leet, I think it affords an outlet for vast
(irowth, and also ultonis cheap transportation.
1 thank you for your courtesy and shall not
in a temperature of ninety degrees detain you
Reuewed cheering followed tho speech,
ana cries went up tor Mr. Forakor. Tho
Judg evidently did not waut to say any
thing, but as the crowd insisted, he
finally advancea ana said It was not tho
time for him to do any talking, and as
t me was getting short he would not do
any. Bou Butter worth was also called
for, and said that, like the poor, they
had him with them always, and that he
would speak to them at some other time.
The party then formed iu tho order, iu
which they entered aud 11 ed d.wu to tho
str et, amid renewed cheering.
A Public Reception.
Cincinnati, O., Oc ober 2., 12 m.
Mr. Biaiuo has been receiving delega
tions since eleven .o'clock in bis private
apartments. A delegation of Israelites,
headed by Samuel W. Frost and Abt
Mayer, were received with a few words
of compliment. An Irish delegation,
headed by Judgo Morrison and Mr.
Gegham,"' brought a smilo to the
sober visage of the Plumed Knight, and
the National Irish delegation, led by Mr.
Fanning, of Col mbus, Colonel Murphy,
of Texas, and others, presented him with
a lengthy document on tho tariff, f-r
which Mr. Blaine thanked them very
The programme for this afternoon will
be as follows :
At half past twelve Mr. Blalno will
visit tho Chamber of Commerce, after
which ho takes a drive with General
Logan, Judgo Foraker, and others, to tho
G rden of Eden, an i from thence to
Ciifton, where ho will lunch with Judge
Foraker at the latter's residence.
At three o'clock ho will hold a public
reception at tho Buruct House.
Logan Oets There.
Cincinnati, O., October 2. General
Johu A. Logan and wife arrived at six
o'clock this morning, accompanied by
Mrs. Upton, A. B. Hall, P C. Young, W.
C. Aguew and 1) K. Watson, all of Chi
cago. The party are stopping at tho Bur
Blaine Wanted in Tennessee and West
, , Virginia.
Cincinnati, O., October 2. Do ega
Hons from Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee
aud West Vlrgiula, camo in this morn
lug, tho object being to Induce Mr. Blaine
to make a tour through Tennessee and
West Virgl iu. At eleven o'clock Mr.
Biaiuc was still at breakfast, and had not
been seeti by auy tuo outsldo of his
General Logan Assigned to Ohio.
Wouckstkk, Mass., October 2. Gen
eral Logau had ngreed to bo lu Worcester
ou October 11, aud great prepare tions were
making for a Republican demonstration,
but a dispatch received from Secretary
l''e.sseuden auuouuces that tho National
Committee has canceled Logan's appoint
ments la tho East. It Is understood
that ho is to remain n Ohlj until tho
Democratic Mass Meeting.
LuxiNuiON, III, October 2. Tho big
Democratic mass-mcotlug of central
Illinois, was hell horo to-day. Dele
gations were piesent from various
cities aud towns in different parts of tho
Stato. The crowd was estimated at 20,
000. Addressos were made by tarter
Harrison, General Black, John II. Oberly
and Hon. A. E. Stevenson. . ' -
Father and 8on Defaulters and Fug!
tiTas From Juatloe. ,
Baumanaoa, N. Y., Qptobor 3. Orrlo
Spcrry, Treaewtrof Chautauqua County,
absconded last spring. He was ft d
fauitor to tho amount of noarly 100.000,
iini i i - - i -
appeared the son was missing for somo
tune, but he finally returned and said ho
had been looking for his father. When tho
affairs of the, Troasuvcr's olilco were In
vestigated Deputy Sperry admitted that
hit hail IIMeil St: OOll nf thn rminlv'ii mfMi.iv
iu th ) busiuess of Carter & Sperry, a Urui i
oi wnicn no was tuo junior partner, iuu
firm made au as Igninent to the county.
runner investigation revealed mat tno
Demitv Trenaiir..!- ww m mm In debt C.
the county. Ho was Indicted by tho last
Grand Jury, aud has in turn absconded,
aud his whor abouts aro unknown.
Murdered on a Struct Car.
Inkianapolis Inu.. October 2. A
cold-blojded murder, evidently for tho
purposo of robbery, occurred just before
midnight last night. The last street car
ou the Stock Yards LIuo was returning
to tlio city with oae passenger, a young
mm, Alfred E. Muhlman, who ha l been
visiting his sweetheart a few squares
from the turntable. A stranger got on
tho car, ami ilrcd al Muhlmao, killing
him Instantly by a bullet in tho temple.
He then tired ut tho driver, who escaped
by jumping au.i ruunlng to tho uearest
bouse ior help. Tho mules dragged tho
car some di taico carrying tho dead
mau In It. When tho car was overtaken
tho murderer had escaped, and the
driver's money-box had been stolen.
DRIVEN TO .SUICIDE.
Sorrowing Ov r the Doath of Her Sev
IIoiinkli.svii.li:, N. Y., October 2. A
few weeks ago tho wifo of Theo. Wiede
man, of Lyons, gavo birth to her seven
teenth child. It U;cd last weekend sho
grieved excessively over its death. Ou
Monday afternoon last her husband wont
homo aud found the doors of the house
locked. He gained entrance but his wife
was missing. Search lor her failed to
reveal auy trace of her, uutil Tuesday
morning, when her dead body was dis
covered lu a deep pool in Black Rock,
not far from tho village. - It Is supposed
that she committed suicide.
Gone to Join the Exiles.
Monthkal, Can., October 2. A dry
goods merchant named Westgatc, whoao
llrm of Westgate Bros, had failed, after
compounding with his creditors for thirty
ce ts and getting his release, has mys
teriously disappeared across the border
without paying any one. Most of tho
large creditors have takeu out seizures
on what Is left behind. An losurauce
agent moving l tho highest circles hero
has also taken his sudden departure
without notifying his creditors, somo of
whom have seized his luxurious furniture
and sold it for debt.
Murdeied for Money.
Portland, Ouk., October 2 Tlio
dwelling house of Mrs. David Over
man, near Pioneer, I laho, was totally
destroyed by llro. She was a widow,
and lived alone. Ou searching among
tho ruins her body was found reduced
to a heap of ashes. The origin ot tho
lire is uukuowu. Mrs. Overman is
supposed to havo had considerable
mutiey and jewelry In tho house. It is
strongly suspected that s e was mur
dered for her. mouey, aud the build
ing tired to 'obliterate traces of tho
Father, Daughter an -I Grandchildren
Crowned at a Ford.
Pakis, Mo., October 2. A heavy rain
storm swept over this scctiou ou Tues
day afteruoon, raising all the streams in
a short time. Shortly after tho storm,
J. J. Hickman, a farmer ot this co jnty,
with his dauuhtor-in-Jaw, Mrs. Brit Hick
man, aud her two small children, at
tempted to i ross Polk Creek, about iil
tceu miles southeast of Paris. They were
caught by th) rising Hood aud swept
away. Tho body of Mr. Jllckmau was
found yesterday, lodged iu tho brash on
tho bank. Tho other bodies have not been
recovered. Mr. Hickman was about sixty
A Saloon-Keepar Convicted of Arson.
Pouti.ani), Due., October 2. Oscar F.
Becker was convicted hero yesterday of
the crime of arson, aud will receive his
sentence to-day. Hooker was a saloon
keeper, aud was charged with setting his
place of busiuess on lire for tho purpose
of getting tho heavy insurance. Tho tire
was first discovered lu the rear of his
saloon.' About 100,000 worth of p op
ei ty was destroyed at tho timo. Other
persous are strongly suspected of being
implicated lu tho incendiarism.
They Ducked the Darling.
UmiANA, O., October 2. Salllo Str.it
tou, living near Addison, this couuty,
waa treated to a du .klng by her neigh
bors a day or two ago. F'or some time
she has been guilty of extreme crulty to
her aged mother, and remoustra cesfrom
her neighbors have had no effect. Last
Tuesday she began a tirade again, and
several neighbors called ou her aud took
her to pond, where sho was ducked sev
eral times and then let go, with an ad
monition If sho repeated her treatment
of her mother they would glvo her an
other dose of water. H is believed she
has been satislled.
CHOOSES TO SUIT HIMSELF.
Sensation in the Society Circles ol
TJtica, N. Y.
Utica, N. Y., October 2. Wm. Culver,
a brother of Lieutenant Culver of the
navy has married a Miss Priester, oi
Trenton Fulls, who has negro blood In
her veins. The affair causes a seusatlon
iu society here. Somo years ano Culver
married a young lady whom his family
considered beneath them, and refused to
rccognlzo her. When sho died, Culver
was rccclvo i at homo again Ho Is thir
ty years old.
The "Shorts " So are J.
Chicago, III., October 2. Iutorcst In
tho coru deal is considerably Intensified
by tho report that Johu V. Blair, the
projector of the Blair roads lu Iowa, is
really tho principal backer. Blulr was re
cently elected a director of tho North
western Company, to which road ho sold
his Interests some tlmo since. Ho is said
to be worth 020,000,000, and Is an uncla
of J. 1). Woaro, the broker here, who has
organized the doal Tho shorts In No.
vember becamo so much excltt d over the
report that they had a meeting of . the di
rectory called for this afternoon to f)j
the marginal price of November corn.
RiVKluiRAD, It, I., October 2. Boscoi
Cockling, sixteen years old and a dis
tant relative ot ex-Senator' Conkliiuj
was Instantly ktltod orth fairgrounds
LAWiiKNCKiii no, Ind., Octobir 2. P.
L. Matthews, proprietor of the McLean
Furniture Company, assigned to John C.
.McCullough. Liabilities 20,000; assets,
$12,000. Tho lactory employed twenty-
Jefkkhson City, Mo., October 2.
Secretary of Stato McGrath has sent
co; les of tho proposed amendment to
the Constitution to be voted upon at
the general election. to ous newspa er
iu each county aud three iu St. Louis
city 117 papers in all.
Threatened Water Famine.
PiCTEiisnt itc, Va., Octobor 2. A water
famlno is threatened on account of the
drouth. Th) Appomattox Canal Com
pany. lave generously offered to turn
tho water from tho canal into the city
pipes until relief is obtalued.
Veiled Prophets' BaU.
S r. Loris, Mo., October 2. Prepara
tions are going on In the Exchange Hall
for tho Veiled Prophets' ball next Tues
day night. Tho windowsare being decor
ated with ilags, tho fountain has been
painted and largo plants placed about It,
while tho gas jets are being prepared for
A Woman Sheriff.
Philadelphia, Pa., October 2. Miss
Kurtz, a Deputy Sheriff of Frank." In
County, arrived hero last evening having
in custody two burglars who bad been
sentenced to tho Penitentiary. The men
were baud-cuffed together. Ulna Kurtz
was armed with a small silver-plated re
volver, but she had no trouble with tho
men, though both aro noted desperadoes.
Pmsnuiuui, Pa., October 2. Messrs.
Dillsworth, Porter &. Co. have posted
a notico of a tcu per cent, redaction In
wages in all depa tmeuts. Altogether
five huudred men aro concerned. A
meeting ot the workmen affected by the
order will bo held this evening, at which
it Is thought that vigorous resistance to
the reduction will bo decided on.
A Brightening Outlook.
Philadelphia, Pa., October 2. After
the annual meeting of tho Pennsylvania
Steel Company, yesterday, a prominent
officer said the outlook for trade In
Pennsylvania for the coming year was
brighter. Tho demand for steel Is in
creasing, and though prices will be low,
there will probably be enough trade to
keep tho mills lu operation, aud all the
men employed. This company is tho
largest nianutacturcrs ot steel rails In
Grain and Provisions.
THURSDAY, OCTOI1EU 8, 1882.
Cotton Steady; middling, ll'-J JiOSi i.
Fuirjil Steady; XXX to cUoico. Ii.45.i3.35;
WuBAT-HUrhur;. No. Itcd, 8181Xo:
No. S itcd. TiJ;74e. T .
Colin Higher; No. 3 mixed, 62o; No,
S white uiixud. 5oc
O.iTS-iAiwor: No. 2. SfiSSi'Co.
itVK Higher: No. ii. Ma
Touaooo Ji'irui; lugs; common to choice
fii.OOiilO.OU; leaf; common rod leaf, 7,fiott
lu.oo: iiiifdium to good li.ouai7.oa
HAY-PruiriH ..6iu.uj tor prime to choice
now; ciover mixed, SU.uOtflS.uo tor common to
prime: choice new timothy, ttl.504fiia.tw; fan
cy, U.U(i I5.UH.
Uuttkh Higher: choice to fancy creamery "
2'jWIOc: dairy, choice to tunoy, Aio; low
Boos Steady; fresh stock, lfie por
otatoks Steady, at 40347o per bushou
1'oitK Steady; now mess, Sltl.73.
Lauo yulot: prime steam, 7jiUi7!e.
liAOoa Longs, lU'(uJlUo; fhorw. 11311,40;
Clear ribs, luyilulio, all packed.
ooi. Tub-wiisuod. choice, li.KftVSSo! fair,
27cii".!So; dinjry ami low 25i(Bo. Unwashed
Cholco medium, uu'rle; good avorags me
dium lSiSIHc; selected light Uno 17nISo; good
average, l(lol7o; heavy 14dlile: combing.
nio'Mi, SUitil'jc: combing, low gra iiM. ItitUl'Jo.
HlDKS Higher mid ttnn; dry Uint, IKo;
damaged, M',o; bulls or slags Hint itte,
salted, We; glue stock, uc. Green suited, Uo:
damaged, 7-ttC; veal calf skins, ll'-jo; bulls or
s'ags, ;'so; green uncured, Uy7!ic; damaged,
OVs glue, lie.
Siikki" I'uirs Weak; groan, C5);5o; dry
do, 4J .iu., ns to amount and quality ot wool;
green shearlings. licOc.
WiiF.A-r-I.owe; October, 'Hc; Novera
lier, KlliSso'jc; December, tS!o; January.
Cons bower; Octobor, 57'ie; Novem
ber. 4.to: year. 41'ie: Ja-iuarr. mtinj Miv.
Oats F rmer; October, Sflc; November,
L'ii e; December, ic; year, IS'.o; May,
1'illik SteildV! Oetnliei- lil&. v..,ir til W.
January, fcUMTSJ. ' "
laud Holier; October, J7.?-",; November,
V i; Heeemhcr, 7.J ; year ; Juuuary,
j;.LT'.; February, 7.:B4.
Suour Kills October, f!l.95.
Wiikit F.r.iwr; No. Sited, October, 88o;
November uuo; December, It'-Vc; January,
tH'.ic: Frbruary. ixic: May, l.uo.
Cons --Lower; October. 01-e; Novomher,
line; lleecniber, 52 ',c; January, 4S!jo; Feb
ruaiy. Hi 'jc.
Oats Weaker; October, 31?io; November,
ai.'e; Dicemi e r, u3)sc.
Iivo StocU Marketi.
Hoos Iteeelpts, ll.OlKl; fairly active; 6o
lower; light. (I.Sti!-r.25; rough packing,
f l.i-0.;.j.ii; heavy packing uud shipping,
J.'i.lO i.'i.IO; grassers, $lui,4.Stl.
Ca t-ri.K iteecipts, H.5U0; best Kteady: lower
grades weaker; exports, tJ.fOit7.3U; good to
choice, Jtl.iHK'Oil.i'sl; common to fair, 1 4.004
6.1W; TevHiis, fa.au$4.uil.
Siikki' iteecipts, 3,100; dull; Inferior to
choice, tin 4.
('ATTi.K-tTnchungod: Tuir to nusliuin strom,
f5.IIM;S.5l; light tuitehcrs' 4.;to.UU; uiLxed
Siiiiki' rnclmnged; common to fair, H 2S
5r.'l.sr: good to choice, 4.uiii4.4t): Westt-rn
lambs, $t.(KKiii4. 70; Canada lambs. I&00j&.-.15.
Hoos Market dull; gixnl to choice York- "
crs. fS.I.Vfiii.Si; common and light, S4.0t)niA.W; ,
Ohio and Michigans, (.75til6.uu; good meu
unis scaiori at f j.30H.r.4ii. . j
KA.NSAS CITY- .
CATTi.K-lteoelpts 3,00(1; chlotiy grass Tex- .
nns; market dull uud Mo lower; tiorters,
rn.lKICiiil.Jft; good to choice shipping,
f..S.j; common to iiRHlitnu, $- .ao; fee I- .
ers, 1 3.! djl.'ili; cows aju)3.S(i; grass Te.ms
Hons iteecipts, 8,010; weak and o lower;
lots of ill I to :Ki pounds average, 4.U)uAJ
m'tinly at 9-i.u6ni-i.u5. . .
Siikup Iteecipts, MO; quiet; fair to good,
f a ta.-'5. -
Money and Stock Market.
Nkw Toiik. October S.-Monoy 1 per
wnt. Kxcha gedulf and lower; potted ratm, ...
4s:"i,'.M-kC4. t.overniiieius Hrmicurrcncy U t, .
j jibld: 4's. eotnwns, list bid; 4 Vs. do..
IU' bid. The suM-lt market opened Arm at
yvstortlny's cloning ligiirvs. but tone mibmv.
qiieu ly bocaine tovorish, and prtoe noeiu
tet fixiueiiily urMleribe iniivlr?.on r -
various cli'iues. Towanl noon
itrH-ldeil pressure to . sell, mp
whole Hit weakened. Toe li J i
or trunk line sharon, wbm- ' .
e wtvalo eerttm or u
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