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Jl n Vj 1 ;A tKl I 1JAJ Jl k
for Dyape psla,
Impurity of tli
Ulurn!, J'eTf r and
ant all IMeM
cir(l by Pe
intent of Liver, llov?el tad Kidneys.
aTtTTTOMS OF A DISRARED LIVER.
Bui BlMlh Pun i- ),. Si,,.. ........ th
feln h felt under ihe Shouldr-blad, mistake fur
Mumiilim ; general lint of appeiiie ; Bowel
:feaerally cottivc, oinetim alui-nating with laa;
Am head it troubled with pain. U dull a:d h-av.
with considerable low of memory, accompanied
wiui a painiul tentatiun rl leaving umlon on. tilling
trtlcri ought to have beeadono: tlight, dry tough
ad fluthed fact it toineiimet an aueudant, ofuo
' ajiettken for ennsumption; the patient complaint
f vtarineu and debility; ncrvutit. e.-.iily nartled;
fcet cold or burning, tumetimet a prickly wmatloo
the akin ein, ipiriu are low and despondent,
' M, although utitned thai exercise would be bene
C '4cieJ, yet one can bftrdly tuoimun up fortitude to
' ' try t-ta fact, diitruiu .-very remedy. Several
. 'Wthe above ysipiomi atlrnd tlieli.Ka,utcaaea
neve occurred when but few of il.iui cuKtd, yet
. eaeai&anna after death hat thown (he Liter to
have, been extensively deranged
I fcattld be ud by nil person , old and
yowiif, whenever any of the above
) - ' ymptomi appear.
Traveling r Living la V
J thy LocttUHea. try uaing a rl ovaaioa.
M nttyso the Liver in kcaiihy action, nlB avc4
" all Malaria, Blllutta attack., Iiiumew, Navi
ea. DrowtitKM. DtprcMme o( S, ititt, ete. It
rffi lorigoraw like a gU ( nine, hnt fa no la
. taaicating rwverage.
.,. .It Ton have eaten anything hard ot
- SHSJe St ton, or feel heavy after trcaU nr sleep
wm at Bight, take a dee and you ill be relieved
. liana and Doctor' IMIla will be saved
T always keeping tbn Regulator
' In the Hoiiaol
fj, whatever the ailment m t. a thoroughly
eaat MrgatWe, alterative m tonic can
, be out of place. The rente. !y i lutmleae
and does not Interfere witb bualneee or
. piesewre. -.
IT M PrBKLT VKiKT.VBLB,
Aad hat all the powtr and efhtacy of Cakend or
. . Quiaiat, without any of the injuno-a after efTect.
p A Ooernor Testimony.
' Steimtnu Liver R gUttrr hat bcin in ute in my
family (at tome time, and I am katithed it it a
' e limbic addition to the medical ience
t .J- CiiLt Snunrn, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Aleiamler II. Mepheui, of Ga.,
ay.: Have derived n-me benem fnira the ute of
feiaunoot Uver aUguUtoi, and ih to give it a
- tfther trial.
"Tha only Thing that never fIU to
aaUae." I have uacd many rcmcuc tVjr Dy
acfMia. Liver Aflecnou and DehiHty, hm never
Bare fcund anything to benrf.t me tn the eateal
ttnaaiona Liver Regulator lt:it. I lent (ruin Min
aeu to Georgia fur it, and a.mld itnd linhcr fbt
. auca a medicine, and would advitc ui ho are tim
' Uarly afWted to give it a trial at it teema the only
taieg that never tails m relieve.
P. M. jANhtf, MiniKarlit1 Minn.
T. TT. Maanti fayt From r.ial ei
aerieac In the un of immont Liver Rr juiaror in
ary practice I have ben aad am taiiified to uet
ad pnecribe It a a purgative medicine.
ttdfTake only tht Genuine, which alwari
ta aa the Vrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
ad ttgnatttre of J. B. ZEILIN CO.
fOR SAI.R 11V ALL DRUGGISTS
(jailRa OPKKA HOUSE.
DY EVE.,. December L
- The yvon Arlcn Artit,
WfntM by 0 o Morton and aa esMlleot com
J v- C --fM? Jl!leriiw njtmiBt of .
U TerPlanck and rcverrji Historical Irtm
11 aMrstln the gr.at
faaatal r'een'jry. Correct Coitume. Approprl .te
HPAdmllot) : 1 $i and 25 cents 8ats cm
vaaeetired at Bader'f Jewelry etorr.
pHECITY NATIOxi AL BANK.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL. " 100,000!
i Oftifral Biinkiuj? Pnsinw
TlfOS V, H.VJiUllAY
JjJNTKKPKiSE 8AVINU BANK.
. IXCLUSIVKLV A SAVINGS HANK.
. ' - A fnll Uick of
i:i)0ORs, mu, BUNDS,
tilntlvH, lAth aud lumber of all Kinds
alwiy ou bind.
eiXtliSt,, -. Cairo, til.
gALLIDAY BROTH KKaS.
i. . -
. piM.m.s is
FLOUR, 0 RAIN AND
; - Proprvwtora
Egyptian Flouring Mills
HjfbMt f!iwh PtW Paid tor Wi t-at.
Tn ioe pauengwr ana freight ctuunnr
' " T.N- KIMBHOUQH, Mitftor.
, Xondevyi fcnd T&uwttavyi.
A LIBERAL REWARD.
$5,000 Now Offered for Phoebe
What the Coroner! Inqueit hat Devel-
oped Thtu Far Adjourned Until Tue
daj-The Girl'i Brother-in-Law Sub-teoted-The
Tall Man -A Elite at
Alton Twenty-Three Skeleton!
Troubleiome Indiana Bagged a Bally.
Oua.vob, N. J., Deo. l.-Coroner Chw.
W. ilsirtjr of Newark becio id ioaueit in
tb P. obe Jane Paullln aurdir case in the
Common Council Chamber at 8:30 o'clock
)fiUrdy. Farmer niounulaeeri and
townipeople tbroDgedtbe,room. Several of
FtockftrtoD't detectivi are oo the moun-
Mri, Paullln, after uyinic tbat Pboebe
would got have baeo 17 years old until May
? neit, denied tbat her daughter bad anjr
Mr, t liber taid tbat among Pbabe't
fricndi were Jacob Ynst, 36 Jar old; Fred
SmltbiO; Inac L. Meyere, 35; Jobn An-
dereon, 33, and other, all married and
nooc of whom ever vleltad ber or took ber
to entertainment. She never law Pbwbe
with Dare Plllington, the ticket agent at
(be Day tret depot of tue -Watcbburg
railroad In Orange, but PbwDe uned to
peak to ber about Dave. Mri. Fleber laid
alae, In reply to qfwettoni, tbat ber hus
band Jobn Q. Fliber, did not live witb ber.
TbU 1 tbe man the detective have been
looking for. Ue wa
rORCID TO MARRY BIB WIFB
after lying in Jail for montbi, having been
conv cted of a crime aKalnst her. Sbe lued
him for $5,000 damages in addition to bring
ing a criminal tuit. He left her levari!
months ago. and ba been driving a bona
car In New York. On last Monday be was
een in Montclalr, about two milei from tbe
spot where Phabe'i dead body wa found.
Mar:lu Williams wa a cranky witness.
Ue i short and linewy, and fai'.eni bis
coat at tbe neck wlto a hairpin. On Satur
day nl(bt just ai Pntehe was going up the
mountain be came down witb "Cbet"
William, wqo was arretted on
U'piclon when the bloody
shin was found, and subse
quently dlsch arged. Martin to-day testl-
faed thai at aboui 5:60 o'clock on Saturday
veiling be saw a woman north of the Tory
Corners, close to tbe foot of First Moun
tain on ner way to Etle Bock. He could
nt (wear tbat sbe Wai Probe. He thought
tbat it was sbe, but neither he nor Cbet
laid a word. If be thought it wa abe be
1UVB OOIft HOME WITH HER.
"Wti) u1d you have gone borne witb
lerf the prosecutor asked.
B ciuac ibe alway ipoke to me, as htr
later did," wa tbe reply, "and if ibe
taked me I would have gone borne with
ber, although I never did go with bur."
. At tbi point tbe wltnesa got quite angry
aud mad impftritneBt replies, and when
ikeil if be waartrettfl at tbat lima aa be
iu oun, rawed , a taugn
by ij1ng, "",' ir. Look t me;
a. mine me well, I am all here."
"Had you a white sbirt on?"
"No, sir; I never had a white eblrt in my
Witness nejt denied that he bad said be
met Frank Hardy and Mr. Wheeler on tbe
mountain. Tbey were jun abead of him
ind were Ulking' to Mr. Duerr. These
men ware close to tbe stone quarry at tbe
ume and 200 yards furtber down the moun
tain. Tbe witness saw a strange man come
out of the north gate of Lewetlyn Park.
l,be wa about fifteen minutes'
AHEAD OF THE MAN.
Tbat was a few minuses before 6 o'clock.
Tbe man was about 2 years old, tall, bad
a mustache, brown hair, and was a gentle
man in appearance. He was under a lamp,
so tbat tbe witness saw bim. Pboebe, If
sbe wa tbe woman, wa in tbe dark, and
furtber up the mountain.
William Murray teatltted tbe be saw
P abe at Park avenue and Day street
about 4:40 o'clock, and Mr. Bigley saw
a woman with bundle and a satchel at
Washington and Burnslde street at 6:45
o'clock. She was walking towards tbe
Thomas Sullivan swore tbat be taw a wo
man turn Into tbe Valley road from Wash
ington treet short y before 6 o'clock. Two
women, Mr. Drlscoll and a strange man,
were walking on tbe road tn the direction
the woman wa taking. The unknown was
tull, wore a light coat, had heavy boots like
a farmer, and the woman witb the bundles
ABOUT A Q.CARTER OF A MILK AHEAD.
George Frout swore that be saw the
same woman uear the summit of tbe moun
tain, a iftun who looked a gentleman, wear
ing a dark overcoat, about tweuty-flve
yard abead ot ber.
Jame Burma, laborer, passed a woman
going up toward tbe stone crusher on
the mountain, shortly before 6
o'clock. A man, quite tall ar.d look
ing like a gentleman, was walking behind
her. A tbe witness passed ber going down
the man passed ber going up, and on look
ing back th wltnesa aaw the man two
yards ahead of ber.
William F. Duerr, who has charge of
"Wlldmont" 200 yards from where Phoebe
wa murdered, saw tbe tall man near the
ntone-crusber shortly before 6 o'olook.
Too man wa about 28 year old, had on a
black coat and bard finished bat, a good
sited black icerfln which a pin glistened
-and a mustache, and was gentlemanly in
language and appearance. As be was pass
ing tbe witness b said "Good evening: i
It going to rain to-night r"
WITNESS REFLtKD TO HIM,
and then tbe man passed on. George Frout
and Cbet and Martin Williams were not
een at tbi point by the witness. About
6:00 o'clock, as be turned into a by-path, a
short man, wearing working clothe, step
ped from beblud a tree and asked for a
match. Later,-as be was standiug at the
door ot his residence be beard a voice on
tbe highway iu tbe direction of PhDbe'i
borne. He thought be recognized tbe voice
ot the man who ipoke to bim at tbe (tone
eruaber, and be beard a female voice. He
bad an Idea tbat t bo girl laid tn a pettish,
but not a frightened tone: "Oh go away.
Obt go away from me." When tbe wit
Dei first saw tbe man at the crusher he
though tbe itranger beld something iu bit
band wbioh be kept behind hi back.
"Are you lure tbe voice you beard on
the highway near your bouse," tbe prose
tutor asked, "was the same as tbat of tbe
8XOKB TO TOC AT THE CRUSHER?' '
"Speaking off hand," was the reply , "I
"By tbe accent, could you form
to what nationally it belongodf"
"Well, thai la very bard to M i
MRU. ILLINOIS, SUNDY
think he ipoke very plain tutted
(Laughter) - ;
Wltuesi further said that one of hi dog
barked all tbat night, and whei the mur
der was reported be knew what bad made
bis dog uneasy. Coroner llagen at tbit
point announced an adjournment of the
tuqiMsttill 8 o'clock p.m. on Tuesday
Nobody can tell w hat tbe letters are on
tbe tsg of tbe sbirt found by tbe detective.
County Pbyaician Hewlett baa tbe tag for
microscopical examination. The letters
may be "W. S. W." or W. P. W." a
the police make them out. OlBctT Elaen
berg install that tbe murderer threw away
the bloody sblru on Saturday night and
cauifbt the 9 o'clock train on the Watcbung
railroad for New York. ' Tbe chUens ot
West Orange last night
INCREASED THE REWARD
for the capture ot the murderer, nalirig
tbe total rewards now about M. 000. The
men who were hunting near South Orange
last Monday, told Marshal McChesney last
night that tbey met a roan on the moun
tains who ran away when be saw them. He
answered tbe description of tbe tall man
following Pboebe up . tbe F.agle Kock
TweaUy-tbre Sikctoiona. "
Chicago, Dec. 1. A St. Paul, Minn.,
apecial says: "Skeletons of twenty-three
persons and about as many , horse were
discovered in the northern part of Dickey '
county, Dakou. near the bead ot Moose '
River, by a party of explorers a few days
ago. Among the nkelcton was alio found
b'ass cavalry buttons, spurs and other ef
lec: of mounted men. Tbey are supposed
to be tbe remain of some party traveling
with i cavil iv ioor t, but there is no re
cord of any such minHing expedition, "
A Blaae at Alloa.
Alton, III., Dec. 1. A story and a-balf
brick house in Upper Alton, belonging to
Jas. Riley and occupied by C. E. t'rell as a
residence and cigar factory, a-as discovered
to be on fire between 2 and 8 o'clock tbi
morning. Mr. Crell and family were bare
ly able to escape with their lives, leaving
their furniture, cigar stock and machinery
to burn witb tbe building, wbioh wa com
pletely destroyed. The Ioks is partly cov
ered by insurance. Tbe origin ot tbe fire is
Sinking of a French Veiael With 110
Passenger oa Board-Only 31 Persons
New York, Dec. 1. Tbe ship Thomas
Dana of Boston. Capt. C. C. Lison, from
Liverpool, October 20, viaFaJoe, Novem
ber 6, arrived here yesterday morning con
signed to Messsrs. Snow and Burgess. As
she came to anchor off tbe battery, It was
apparent tbat sbe bad been in colli
ion during ber voyage, for ber bowspirlt
aud all ber head gear was gone, and a jag
ged hole on tbe starboard bow was an evi
dence, of accident. On boarding ber tbe
reporter learned that on October 30,' (he
had. b$tio collision witb the French brtg
RoculyTlrom St. Pierre for France, and
tbat tbe latter bad tunk almost imme
diately and of ber crew and passen
gers, numbering in all 110 persons, only
twenty-oue were saved. Tbe wind at tbe
Ume oi tbe accident waa. a moderate wbola
salt breeeo from the southwest y aouta
and toe bit wa beatftHii Tat trjh-BJrtb na
tbe port tck. Tbe ill-fated French brtg
wae running with tbe wind, abaft the far
board, her beam bending prooably about
cast loutbeast, or in nearly a direction
OPPOSITE TO THAT OF THE SHIP.
Thote on board of tbe ship said tbat they
mailt ber green liebt about two points on
tbeir starboard bow, and tbat it had been
in sight for some time before tbe two ves
els came together. Capt. Sisson is a
weuther beaten mariner about 50 yean old,
and his story is as follow:
"We left Liverpool October 22 for this
port. In ballast. Ou October 30, In latitude
43 decrees north, longitude 15 degreei west,
at about balf-portS o'clock in tbe morning,
tbe ablp waa reaching along on the port
tack, beading about west by north, when
we were run into by a French brig, which I
afterward learned wa named Rocaly, from
St. Pierre for France, with a crew and pas
sengers all told of 110 persons.
JUST BEFORE THE COLLISION
I bad been on deck conversing with my
second officer, who bad charge of the deck.
Tbe brig, of course, wa running. It was
Just be fore daylight and a ' beautiful morn
tng, although a trifle bazy. I bad scarcely
got below when I beard tbe outlook sing
out, "Sail ho!" I immediately ran on deck
and found that we bad been run into and
that tbe brig was sioklng rapidly. In a
few moment she was out of sight and tbe
water was filled with struggling men crying
piteously, iu an unknown tongue, for aid.
We were going at tbe rate of about five or
six knots, and tbe brig came down on u at
a speed of eight knot. She lank to quick
ly that we only obtained a glimpse ot her
deck, upon wbtcb nothing could be seen,
not even a ship's bucket. We did not at
tempt to lower our boats, for tbat would
have Imperiled the lives of tbe men in
the water, but my crew worked nobly to
ROPES AND LIFE USES
were thrown over, and some of my crew
were lowered orer .ue sidea with rope
bound to their waists, and fairly dragged
the drowning men from the water.
Twenty-one in all were rescued. We re
mained on the spot until about 10:30, and
then continued on our courae, as no bodies
came to tbe surface. Evidently tbe brig
did not have a proper lookout, foe she ran
almost on to us before they saw tbe ship's
lights, In their confusion they put tbe
helm uport and ran into us, striking tbe
ship on the starboard bow. Not the
siigbtest shock waa felt by ui. Had tbe
brtg kept on ber course, tbe collision
would have been avoided- TbU was the
fatal error on their part, as we obeyed the
laws of navigtlou and kept on our course.
Tbe brig wa only 160 tons. When we got
those In tbe water safely on deck we found
tbat they were Frenchmen, who could not
speak a word of English, and there wa not
one of my crew that oould pak Frenob.
From one of tbe rescued men I managed to
learn tbe name of the brig, how many there
were on board, and where they eatie from.
The brig waa returnlug
FROM THE ISLAND OF ST PIERRE-
The passenger bad gone out to tbe islind
in the spring to engage in the fishing busi
ness, and were returning to Fraoee at tbe
close of the season with tbeir wage. Tbe
captain of the brig, with eighty-nine ot bis
passengers, including some of tbe crew,
w ere asleep belc w deck when the collliton
occured, and all were lost. On the 8tb day
of November I put Into tbe port of Fayal,
flying tbe signals, ' 'gond boat to take off a
shipwrecked orew. ' ' The Frenob Consul
sent boats off, and after writing a descrip
tion of the collision and forwarding it to the
American Coniul, 1 put to lea again in los
than two hours. The rescued men lost ev
erything, snd I supplted each nan with on
suit of clothea out of the ship's locker.
UORNINft. DECEMBER 2,
A NLW NEWSPAPER, PERHAPS.
How It ft Proposed to Purchase the St.
A Bargain That Would Ruin the Party
tad Defeat tb Hods of It Own Inoep-tion-A
Bomb Baoe by a Lot of Spa v.
tnod Heoke- A Good Opening for a Live
nd Popular Van.
St. Louis, Dee. 1. The first dv of the
last month of 1883 show no abatement in
th vigor of tbe race for tbe St. Lnula Pott
mastership. A tbe hour approaches when
in all probability the appointment ot a sue
etiior to Mr. Hays will be made, interest
deepen in tbe contest, and anything perti
nent to tbe subject is eaeerly sought for. Ei
ther for wsnt of Information or because tbe
outlook is nt particularly pleasing to them,
tbe St. Louie paper have little to aay on
th subject, generally contenting themselves
with copying tbe developments made In
the dispatches. Being approached tor'
Information on this subject tht
afternoon, a prominent Republican, who
Is usually well posted In such matters, said:
"Th postoffloe contest develop anew
Blase which Interest the evening newipa
peri irfid the Olobe-Demoorat. Fiibback,
who is a capitalist, while not
proposing to invest any of bis
own money as McKee would not either
when be started tbe Globe will, it Is tiid,
in case be securci a aalary from the govern
ment, Urt an evening paper. You know
the Globe was started off of government
money, too. Tbi creates considerable
uueasinee. Fkbback Is, however, con
sidered too conservative, 'having no real
party tie or Connecticut, not being recog
nized as a party man, and having in all hie
party movement rather identified
nitnietf with the Independents.
In 1871 bl paper, tbe St. Louis Democrat,
championed tbe Tadpole movement, aud
supported tbe Legislative caucus and tbe
action of the State Convention In passing
resolution not to call a State Convention,
and against a Republican State ticket. If
he bad started a ibarp paper in sympathy
with tbe Republican be would have
tome bold on tbe party and
tome backing. But bit conservative nature
could not build tip a paper Iu tbrse days, a
bis failure with tbe old St. Louie Democrat
demonstrated bt inability wben be bad a
clean field and the vantage ground.
Tbe candidates who hive been
making personal canvass, are none of
tbem known a pronounced Republican,
except too assistant Postmaster, Bennett.
He bat no political following, however, and
cannot build up one.
Flsbback by bis couditional paper can
didacy, rather Invitee criticism became of
hi ability financially to start a paper with
out making It a condition of bit securing
It It not a secret tbat the Administration
would like to tee a vigorous Republi
can paper in Louis one
wblch did nut ; how its re
venges and selfiib interests to pra dominate
over party interest and party principles.
Flsbback 'a past record doea not however,
commend bim as tbe proper person. Yet
tbat is one ot tbe possibilities and conditions
of bit suceess.
Republicans do not really favor any ot
tkr contestants wba are saaklnf a sereonal
te ana a mifvottelrt wt!r to doubny
male for Mr. Fllley, whom the Oiobe
Deroocrat's Washington correspondeni save
i mentioned in tbat city for the
position. If Mr. Filley would
make a ticbt for it, Two thousand nurui's
would back him up, in St. Louis in a
Ingle week. He bas led In city politics,
and in popular tavor is Indisputable. He
bas turned tbe tables completely upon bit
opponent. Hit policy bas favored tbe on
ly available one for St. Louis. For my
part "added tbe speaKer, "I would like
to aee bim back in the old position he
ones filled so well. "
Clirksville, Mo., Dec, 1. The safe in
tbe grocery store ot K. H. Morris, of tbie
city, waa broken Into with a drill and sledge
Thursday night and robbed of' about $.100 in
money and (l.oOOin obecks, the latter, witb
tbe safe drawers, being found yesterday
In a bog pen in tbe suburbs. A part of the
toolt used in opening tbe safe were stolen
from tbe wagon shop of J. W, Wallace,
snd to make tbeir escape tbey stole a horse
and buggy from tbe stable of Cupt. Win.
Mclutosh. The buitgy was found yester
day n"ar tbe Chicago an 1 Alton depot ai
Louisiana, and tbe the theory Is that tbe
burglars made their escape over that road.
Tbey were evidently expert at tbe busi
ness. Deputy Sheriff Flolucr went tn pur
suit of tbe thieves.
Sanduskt, 0., Dec. 1.- While Emll
Kubn ot this city was standing in a saloon
at Castvlia, six miles from here, Daniel
James of that villase entered the pi ice and
challenged Kubn to tight. Kuhn said be
had no desire tn engage In a row, and then
James called him a vile name and endeav
ored to strike htm. Kuhn warded off the
blow and James then drew a pistol, where
upon Eunn produoed a revolver and shoi
Jame four time In the bead, fatally
wounded bim. Fifteen men witnessed the
affray, and all lay tbe shooting was wholly
in self-detente, and Kubn bas not been
arrested. James it a hard character aud
bas been engaged In a number of affray and
questionable tran tact Ions.
CntCAOO, Dec. 1. An Ottawa, Out.,
special aay : "Advices received by the gov
ernment front British Columbia, point to
the probability of early trouble with tbe
Indiana of that province. In February
last tbe savage wete in revolt at Metlunat
la, owing to the appointment of Bishop
Ridley, whom tbey considered bad usurped
tbe right of one Duocan, a millenary who
had lived tor years among them. Informa
tion now comet from Metlanatla tbat Bish
op Ridley's adherents, fow in number, are
armed,' and bis opponents llkewue, and a
collision, ttnlesi steps are once taken bv tlio
Indian department, is deemed InevMuMc,
sod may bave already occurred."
Another Cwrd Iioe.
Belleville, III-, Deo. I. -A plutol
thot startled tbe booth-keepers and late
purebueri in the matket taouso about niuo
o'olook yesterday, and the man who
fired It dropped' to tbe pavement dead,
witb a bullet-hole through tbe brain. By
etanders rushed to the spot, aud ralstugthe
bead of tbe suicide, were amazed to recog
nise tbo features of Cbarlc Stark, tbe mar
ket welghiraster, He was talking to Mayor
Weber a few moment before he tin-d the
hot, and uo one lutpeoted his Inten
tion of taking his life. He wat at tbe nail
feeder' ball Until 13 o'clock last ulsht.
Stark leaves a widow and several small
Nbermaa, V. Hhoitunn.
Bridgeport, Deo. 1. In tbe divoren
case of Roger M. Sberoan v. Florence B.
Sherman, which was decided adversely
to tbe petitioner and an appeal taken An
order from Judge Andrews was filed to-day
refualng to allow tb appeal until toOO la
paid to tbe respondent to enable ber to
carry on tbe auit.
MewTork Bank ttlatement.
New Yore, Deo. 1. Woun.y Btnk
Statement: Loans Increase, $1,108,000:
ipecle Increase, $1,X6,800; legal lender
deoreaae, $11,000; deposit Increase, $1,
358,000; circulation decrease, $4,100;
revenue Increase, $9U,07o; banks now bold
$6,198,975 In excess of legal requirement.
LondoS, Dec. 1. The Times publiahes
a dispatch from Khartoum, dated Friday,
which state tbat a Copt merchant, who
witnessed th battle between tbe Egyptian
army and tbe forces of El Mabdl, saw Ala
Ed Deen Pasha, governor of Khartoum,
killed at tbe opening of the battle. Ue
ttatei tbat Hicks Pasha wa slain by a lance
tbe third day of the battle, when the last
cartridge army had been fired. Tbe men
In Hicks Puhs'a army batf beta without
water tor three days and the toldlere were
offering $4 for a drink. Tbs fugitives, if
any. from tbe Egyptians mutt have been
slain or captured wblie making for tbe well,
BEHT A SPT.
' 'Col. De Cocthngon ha again sent a spy
to visit the scene of the battle and enter El
Obid and ascertain the fate ot tbe survivors
Cbeycnne, the civil engineer, wa; witb
Hicks Pasha, aod, it Is supposed, shared
bis fate. All biscuits ind provision stored
at Ducm for Hick Pasha's army bave been
brought to Khartoum. Tbe outlying
garrisons are gradually arrivlug at Khar
toum. . The Greeks aod Copt, the Austrian mis
sion, with 120 negro Christians and the
French Consul, are leaving Khartoum.
Dublin, Dec. 1. Lord Rosimor ba
written another letter to the Lord' Com
missioner Privy Seal in defenae ot bis ac
tion at Roslea, County Fermanagh. He
says the suspension of his commission a
Justice of tbe Peace I of (mail Importance
to himself, but many Loyalist will consid
er it another (light directed against tboie
anxious to protest against tbe doctrine of
rapine and resolution. The Lords' Com
missioners, replying, bave no doubt of tbe
propriety ot their decision and decline to
discus the matter furtber.
A WI8C COUNSELOR.
. Dublin, Dec. 1 Archbishop Croke, re
ceiving tbe adUresae of welcome at Water
ford yesterday, laid tbat after what had
been acuieved tbe last few years by tbe
trUh party in Parliament under tbeli
leader, ha had no doubt, If tbe puopl per
severed In their course, avoided crime and
refused to allow tbemieives to be trans
posed to Canada, a good deal would be
achieved witbln a measurably brief period
of time. The preeent generation might yet
live to see the old land olotbed in the garb
of freedom under tbe Irish (I vg
Paris, Doc. 1. The report that th
Chluaae hsrl nvannared Ru: Ninh and Run .
'raf rnt1h)ftBi'mea.Hfc'UppIlt'i bf eyerylfna
For the Frei.cn army and navy are concen
trated at HaI rtioDg, and tbe ttoret aro now
complete and adequate.
tbe head of tbe Freucli Commissar at at
CATTLE Receipts 5,000; dull;
exports o 0036 76; tfoott w choice
shipping quoted at 6 00 iJ 10; common
to tair $1 00 ,W 00.
HOG3--KcceiDts 40,000 active and quiet,
light at 14 40r4 90; rou-h packing
H 4.V34 90; Ueuvy paoiciug aud tuipping
4 Wwo HQ.
CATTLE Exporters $6 00rfl 40; r-ood
to heavy do $5 MM 00; light to fair H 2of3
6 common to medium $4 40(3 90; fair
to good Colorado $4 OOfiM 40; toutbweat $S 7i
4 Si; grasa Texant $3 00(44 2d; light to
good stockers $4 AU03 74; fair to good feed
ers 3 7o(tf4 lid; common to caoiw native
cows aud heifer 7i4 3d; toallawag of
any kind ii WCdi 75.
HOOS-Kaceipta 10,947 head; shipmeutt
head. Market active, York
ers selling at $4 00(4 70, rough mixed
at $4 60(34 65, and butobors steady at H 9i
Cdit 30; packers paying $4 WO) 'JO,
9HEE1' Common, medium 4 light UWd
8 23; fair to good $3 40tf3 00; prime H 0U
fH 28; fair to good Texaus $i 7ii
WHEAT Decemoer 98; Februarj
98 V ; Januarv 97 ; May 1 06(31 06 X
CUKN-Dccember n4; January MX;
February MX; Mav 67V
OATS December 3oX; January 30K;
February ; May UH year 80K.
WHEAT-Decembe.- SI 02b. ; yearfl 01b.
January (1 04 HOI OA; February
fl OUH; May $1 10 K.
COHN-Deoember 49V; year 40 Jan
uav 48; February 48; May 83.
OATS December 38; year 38; Jan
uary 29 ; February 87; May 82.
WHEAT Deoernber $1 10; January
fl IS; February fl 16; Maytl 30 H.
CORN December 83.; January 63;
February 94; May 85.
OATS December 87V; Januarv 38;
February 39; May 41.
BUTTER-Crcemerv at 337 to 36 (or
elections, a ahade mors in atmall way;
aecoudaat dairy rates, Dairy at 28(3 30
for choice to faucv to 33 tor selections;
fair 13316; low grade 8310. Good to
choice nearby in pall 8(315.
POULTRY Dressed, Spring chickens
-small $3 IXV33 25; fair to choice, $2 00:33 75;
choice 60; Old ohlckoos Cooks 43T33 76:
mixed, $3 7iV33 U0; bens, $3 60
turkeys, 167313 V dozen; accoidtng to ilz),
and dressed at bV38o per lb. ; duels $3 00
(S3 60; Geese $&3tl.
EGGS Receipts 303 pks. In better de
nand aod firm ai24(3Jbo for good marks.
. ' LIVKRfOOL. ,.
Wheat arrived dull, fair demand; corn
arrived unobangod. Wbrat to arrive
dull and corn Arm. Mark Lane
Wheat dull and corn ateady. Country
marketa quiet. California wbeat to arrive
advanced ttd- Spot wbeat dull; No. I
spring 8a 6(1; No. 8 spring none in market:
Western winter 8a 6d; Mixed Western
com strong at 6a 7d. Demand
from Continent aud United Kingdom not
much doinn in wbsat and un. ,
ymptoms indicate their exwtenoe ! IuTt
Appetite, itowel. costive, Hack Heed,
she, fullneaa after eatlnar, avmtea ta
aierUon of body or tulnj, raoaUio
of food, Irritability of UmperVLeiw
aplriu, a reeling of harlrif aclte4
tome doty, IMsaiueu, I'lutierina the
Heart, l,ta before the eyee, hlahW eot
red tJrtae, CONSTIPATION,1 tod dE
mand the use of a remedy that act directly
onthel.lTcr. A a Liver medicine TUTT-i
PI LLS bave no eqna!. Their action on the
Kidney and Skin la aim prompt; wmovlna;
all Impurities through tbeae three " eeav!
engera of I tie evttem," producing appe
tlta, round diatom regnlar atoola, a olear
sklnand a vlgprou btlv TCTT'S) PUXSt
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
he feels like a mew mam.
"1 have luvl Dyspepsia, with Constipa
tion, two years, aud bev triod ten different
kinds of pills, and TCTT'S are the fir
thnt have done me any good. Tbey bave
cleaned me oat nicely. My appetite t
spleudld, food digests readily, and I bow
have natural possapree. ' I (belli m new
man. W. J). KD WARDS, Palmyra, O.
BolJeverywhere.aile.' Offloe, Murray g.,H.T.
tiRAT HAItf OH WHI8KKBS ChailgWl 1.
stantly to aULoesv Buck by tingle an.
piioatlon of Hit DrBi Sold by. Oroggtet.
or eent by expres on receipt of $l7
Office, 44 Murray Street, New York.
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Sin Til BROTHERS,
- Mauufacturet aud Dealer tn
iHh Ptr'-fi, hctwtun Com'l av. ud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A 8PKCIALTY
ALL KIXUS OP AMP.NlTfOH.
Hafd" If j .hi'miI A" Klnrl ol Ki-ra MuHf.
Boot & Shoe
No. 90 Com'l Ave., Bet- Stb & 6th Stf
Just received s fall lln of
FALL ajtd WINTER GOODS
which be will a '11 at the lowest bottom price. It
compriaos thn best of ST. I.'iUfC HAND-MAD
and of msTON MAStTACTURES. LAOIIH'
and OHILnRUN'-' H10E-. and OUSTS' RUB
Bit R BOOTH ami 8HOBS.
tffWo al(o mnk to order anything la onrltaa
of thi) h at niatvrlal and woramauablp.
vT. 6TR.VTTO.V, Cairo. T. BIRD, V tttoort.
STKATTON & BIRD,
No. !17 Ohio Leveo, Cairo, I'L
fiafAauU American Powaw Oa.
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