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THE CAIRO DAILY
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY MOMINfl; DECEMBER 19, 1883.
"CITY GUN STORE"
Oldest in the city; established in 1862-
Cotn'l at., between Mb and lOcb Bts.
MASCFACTL'EKR A DKALKK IS ALL KINDS
sVtnsnnnTJon of all drier p'lon alwav on hand at
General repairing In all kind of met. Ktye
fail dMcrlptiooi made to order, and ilfactloa
warranted, Ulve mc a call, and be convinced for
otirself.ettneegQof the "Blli GUN."
JOHN A. KOKHLER.
fl-Su Proorielor, Cairo. Ill
W. BTRATTON. Cairo. T. BIRD. Klseoort.
STfiATTON & BIRD,
Commission MercliantC" -?r J- Mortimer's
So. 6T Ohio Levee, C"o.
'i,)at Alrtco P vMr Oo'
AAA. a. aatrrn.
Grand Central Store.
C A LKO.
JJ E. INCE,
Manofactarer and Dealer In
ta Street, between Com'l Ave. ud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMUNITION.
Ufes Repaired. All Kind, ot Keva Made.
Boot & Shoe
Io. 90 Com'l Ave., Bet. 6th & 6th Sts.,
just received fall line of
FALL and WINTER GOODS
which he will sell at the lowest bottom prices. It
onprises the best of ST. LOUIt HANDMADE
and of BOSTON MAN UFACTURES, LADIES'
and CHILDREN'S SHOES, aud GENTS' RUB
BER BOOTS and 8HOK8.
HP We slso make to order anything Id onrllne
the bt material and workmausblp.
Mrs. J. S. HACKEK,
Cor. Waablngton Art., Fourth St.
Fall stock of materials for
Art :- Needle : Work,
Zepfaprs of all Shades.
Lesions given la Arrasene. Ordcrt for
gisatplngand embroidery solicited.
AX3SIT flrtCJ., Proprietor.
FMhloaton Ave. nd 14th St , Cairo, III
""Meals served at all hours night and d ,
aatroaage of th fnbllc solicited.
Impurity of the
Blood, Fever and
and all Disease
cauaed by De
rangement of liver, Dowels and Kidneys.
TSfPTOMS OF A DISEASED LIVER.
Bad Breath; Pain in the Side, aumetimc the
pain la Celt under the Shoulder-blade, mistaken for
K&eumausm : general loss of appetite ; Bowels
Senerally coarive, sometime alternating with lax;
ae head la troubled with pain, is dull and heavy,
with considerable lost of memory, accompanied
with a painful sensation of leaving undine something
which ought to have been dune; a slight, dry cough
and flushed face is sometime an attendant, often
mistaken for consumption; the patient complains
of weariness and debility ; nervous, easily startled;
feet cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation
of the skin turn spirits arc low and despondent,
and, although satisfied that exercise woidd he bene
ncial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it io fact, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet
elimination after death hat shown the Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
It should be used by all persona, old aad
young, whenever any of the above
Person Traveling; or Living In fn
enllhy Localities by taking a dose occuiow
ally e keep the Liver in healthy action, will avoid
al Malaria, Hllioua attack. Dimness, N su
ae. Drowsiness, DepressKin of Spirits, etc. It
will invigorate like a glass of wine, but is no In
If You have eaten anything hard of
digestion, or fed heavy after meals, or aleep
lest at night, take a dose and you will be relieved-
Time and Doctors' Bills will be saved
by always keeping the Regulator
In the House I
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
safe purgative, alterative and tonic can
never oe out of place. The remedy is harmless
and does not Interfere with buaineas or
IT IS FrRFXT VEGETABLE,
And has all the power and efficacy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects.
A Governor's Testimony.
Simmons Liver Regulator has been in use In my
family for some time, and 1 am satisfied it is
valuable addition to the medical science.
J. Gill Shohtkx, Governor of Ala.
Host. Alexander II. Stephens, of Ga.,
says: Have derive! some benefit trom the use of
Simmons Liver Regulator, and wish to give it a
"The only Thing that never falla to
Believe."! have used many remedies for Dys
pepsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never
have found anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmons Liver Regulator has. I sent from Min
nesota to Georgia for it, and would send further for
such a medicine, and would advise all who are sim
ilarly affected to give it a trial as it seems the only
thing that never tails to relieve.
P. M. Jankw, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. W. Mason aayai From actual ex
perience In the ue of Simmons Liver Regulator in
say practice I have been and am satisfied to use
aad prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
geajTTake only the Genuine, which always
has on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. H. ZEILLN A CO.
FOR SALE BV ALL DRt.'GCISTS.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Two Nitrlits nnd Matinee
Friday & Saturday,
DEC. 22 & 23.
Bartley Campbell's Latest Success,
How Women love.
Grand Matinee, Saturday Afternoon!
Th Dellgbtfal Comedy,
"Our Boarding House."
Reserved seats at Buder's. Popu'ar prices, as,
aod 7 cnts. N i extra rhatge fer reserved
seats. Admission to matluee, Wc:; cblldreo,S6e.
136 & 138 Com'l Ave.
have received a fall and complete line
ol new Fall and Winter
Cloaks, Dolmans, Notions, Etc.
Attavy stock of Body Brasiels, Taper
tries and Ingram
A foil aloe of Oil Cloths, all sites and prices.
Glpfiing & Gents' Furnish'g Goods
A falland complete stock is now being
closed oat at great bargains. j
Ail Jrood 1st Bottom Fftoeat
THE BOND CASE.
Interest in tht Event Hourly Inerear
Evidence for 'the State Nearly All Jn A
Bad Day for the Defendants.
A Corpse on lis Shape Blood for Blood
Another Cain Bids foe
Eeef, E:o., eto.
niLLfBOBO, 111., D'C 18. The excite
rneni ovor the Bond trial, which seemed to
have decreased ytsterday, appear at great
er heat than ever to-day, as those Interest
d fl ick back from the rsoess and are seen
strain In foil umbers.
The evidence for the state will not be as
lengthy as we expeoied.. The rapid dia
poal yesterday of the witnesses who were
ummoned to show the attempts of the de
fendant at consultation after the assault,
a'ld their statements tbers to persons whotfl
they met, Indioate that the prosecution
can rest, as fur ae testimony Is concern
In a short time. It is understood that the
court will adjourn Saturday until Wednes
day following to allow lawyers, defend
intt, reporters and everybody except the
poor Jury to eat a
at their homes. The state of public feel
ing is iff oo mean altered. The local
preachers are loveltrblng aealnit the ac
cused, and Suuday Judge Phillips had to
request the Methodist cleriyman of Hills
bo ro not to talk about the trial, as the Jury
wanted to atteud bis church.
Jaraen T. Armstrong waa the first wit
ne produced by the prosecution this
morning. lie testified that Clement! told
him the story of the outrage the morning
after It hail been committed. The wltuea
"tated tliatCleraentl acted excitedly.
1M H iwlev. the next witness, testified
that the day after the outrage Lee Pc-ttus,
Charles Montgomery, and be went down
to a ureck to awim. Pettus would not go
in, :tln ou.'b he proposed the idea.
V. B' KltlTT. A CONVICT FROM CHKSTKK,
estifi'l that be wat in Jail In Tarlorville in
lie spring of 188J. and was now servlrg out
i sentence lor burglary. Qot acquainted In
he Jail with Montgomery, IVtru and
' eiD''ntl. Tlier were all together In one
il. Tbey consulted out of my bearing
u m after tbey catno In. Vitn s remem
' r d conversations with them concerning
we:hing in the paper then about a toe-
til, aod Clement! svid be bad
LKl Hlf TOKk'AILOROW
rg. He bad Ust It shucking corn in
lu ie. Montgomery said, "You couldn't
' it shucking corn In June. " Some one
"ad from a paper that MUs Bond's under-
otbes were toru. Clementl .aid, "It's a
iraned He; ihey weren't torn." Mont
mery said, "Shut up, whtf do you know
Judge Thornton arose and raid to the at
rne)s of the prosecution: "You tnav Jml
GO TO nELL FOB WITNESSES
aKe tbem from the penitentiary. The
ii oductton ot a witness convicted of one ot
t b gbest crimes to testify against men of
d s'antl.nn Is Infamous. Such testl-
ny Is wholly Incompetent. I move to
ciude the whole testimony."
Vn hour and a half was spent in argument
i the motion. The motion was lost. The
nviot was cross-examined as to tbe time
( bis term, and the crime be couimttted,
a hr.w long be hJ bejn in Jail when be
drst saw tbe defendants. He was not posi
tive whether Clement! said a finger-nail or
:oe-nal!. Clement! read in a paper that
HUs Bond's underolotblng were torn.
.Mtus said, "It's a lie, they were not
orn." Clementl said, "Shut up." Can't
time of oonversatlea.
"That la enough. Sberifl, remand blm
0 Jail," said the Judge, and the handsome,
ray-balre 1 man left for bli cell. Bennett
vs very pale.
MTltltS TAKES TBI STAND.
Myrrs, a bea7-featured boy, took tLit
an I at noon, and testified that he beard
tb: o-nvcrsatlon among the defencanu
when b ought to Jail: John Montgomery
ald i lie boys must understand each
ilber and all tell tbe same itory; after
wards Montgomery said Drennan bad tried
t fit a nieoe of cow-born on bis toe;
Clement! said about the toe-nail that be
1 at it ebucktng corn. Tbe witness corro-b-rated
Burrett about the olotbing in part,
ft said Pettus stated tbat the newspaper
i try was ad d He and that Clemeuti
aid: "How do you know, you d d little
ol?" He further testified tbat Burt,
11 -n Scott and John Dunn, fellow prison
rn, beard the conversation In which
lontgomery aald we must tell
TBI 8AMK STORY.
Slowly Tborton turned to tbe witness,
tnd with his long flncer pointed at Vande
v er, counsel for the prosecution, aaid:
You are sentenced tor life. No, not for
life, but for ninety-eight years (laughter),
and Judge Vandeveer was yortr coun
hI." a sensational scene.
"Yes, did you tell Joseph Crelghton tbat
Vandeveer came to you before you were
sentenced and told you to play spy on
Montgomery, Pettus and Clementl, and
tnat if you got anything It would lighten
vour sentence f"
A tremor of excite nient ran tbtougb tbe
iiuurt room. Lawyera rained from tbelr
orw ard to catch tbe answer. The face of
Yamlcveer was a study:
"Yen," said the wr.ness. "It was noi
exactly in those words but It meant the
"I i the excitement Judge Phillips ad
journed court until afternoon.
When court reanembled the convict
Meyer was agnin cross-examined. He ld
J iige Vandevee bad approached bim only
onoe. He beard the defendanta talk im
mediately after tbey were put In Jail. The
talk about the toe nail was the next morn
ing. Witness denied that during hl trial
he bod said that the prosecution was
pushing bim hard and tbat he waa sorry
tbat he and Burnett made up a story on tbe
defendants. He never aald to Dunn that be
bad put up a Job on the defendants. He
never aaid to Parks tbat both men tried to
draw tbe wlmen out about it.
Judge Vandevee, tbe witn est, told blm
tbat if be could honorably tell wbat be bad
heard tbe defendanta say it would be ot
great use to tbe prosecution and it would
do bim no barm. It would do blm good.
Jerry Ferguson, the next witness testl
led that ha was a member of tbe grand
Jury that Indicted tbe defendant. He bad
a conversation with John Montgomery, who
asked bim for Mil Bond's statement In
writing In consideration of a sura of money.
Tht was before tie grand Jury met .
Cross-examined, ha said ha never reoetr ed
any money from Moatf ornery. Mwtf orn
ery uses hi right band mora tha i bis left.
He make gotturea with tba right b t.iu
Cuts bis tubaooo with a knife in tbe rlzht
hand. Use but rtgot hand In cutting a
badge. Hav know him elgh t years.
1 ' .'-ii
A Corya ) It aUkap.
HoTSraiNUS.Ark., Deo. 18. A remark
able recital la reported from Fort Smith.
Twenty-seven years ago Eugene J. Morn
ion, a son of Onl. Morrison, of St. L mis,
was drowned at Fort Gibson, I. T., and
tbe remains were Interred there temporari
ly, and aubseqnently removed to Fort
Smith. The remains were disinterred a
few day ago, preparatory to being shipped
to St. Louis. On being exhumed the body
was found to be almost perfectly Intact, the
intlr form being complete, aod the teetli,
bair, hands, etc., remaining literally unim
paired. Tbe body wa somewhat shrunk,
but could be bandied without breaking.
Tba flesh remained firm and bard, but
there was no appearance ot petrlfaotion
A Trusted Deputy Arrested.
Dallas, Tex., Deo. IB. Geo. McKen
ale, for several year a deputy sheriff of
Dallas cou nty, who stood well with the
community, and was implicitly trusted by
bit superior officials, suddenly left Dallas
about three week ago. On Saturday last
th.miand Jury rendered a bill of Indict
ment, charged bim wltb embezxlement.
Warrants were issued for bis arrest and of
ficers put on his trail. A telemm from
San Antonio last night to Sneriff Smith, of
Dallas county announces bin arrest at that
place. He U alleged have collected large
sums of money for parties at Kaufman and
misappropriated tbe same.
Washington, D-c. 13. Some of the
members ot the House, who are very In
quisitive on tbe subject, have cone Uded
that tweve of the thirteen member of the
Waya and Means committee, as now block
ed out, are: Morrison, ot Illinois, chair
man: Hurd, of Oblo, Hewitt, of New York,
Mills, ot Texas, Blount, otOeorgla. Black
burn, of Kentucky and Joue. of Atkuu
as, Democrats; Kelley, of Pennsylvania.
Kelfer, of Ohio, Katson, ot Iowa, Kustell.
ot Massachusetts and Hlsoock, of New
York, Republicans. But there is reason to
doubt whether both Ohio and New York
will have two representative on tbe com
mittee. Hloo! for Blood.
Salt Lake. Utah, Dec. 18. Deputy
Marshal Armstrong brought up front
Beaver and put In tbe penitentiary, Frank
Calllgan aud Davn Fennell, obarged witb
tbe murder of Daniel Manoney In Frisco,
Utah. When the parties and witnesses to
tbis case returned to Frtsoo from tbe ex
amination at Braver, on Saturday, a gen
eral fight occurred among them and numer
ous abota were bred, wounding several
parties, and one, Thomas Scanland, was
Austin, Tex.. Deo. 18. A special
from Columbus tel' of the J tiling of four
alleged railroad aeutiuu ntnds, who robbed
Mr. Jag. Neal and mad a murderous as
sault on blm Sunday night. Tbey were
captured and Jailed, and tat tire to tbe Jail
in order to effect tbelr escape, but tbe tire
was discovered after tbey were acorched,
and tbe flame extinguished and tbe rob
ber aeeared ta ovher quarters.
Tore Wife, ao far sva Hestrd From.
New Brunswick, N. J., Deo. 18.
Thomas Olbbs was lentenced yesterday to
five year lu the State' prison for poly
gamy.' He mjrried AHoe McQee in Cam
den in 1875, and deserted her for Annie
Johnson, of Georgetown, Del., in 1878.
He left Annie a year later and married Jen
nie Servlss, of Washington, N. J., in
1882. He Is supposed to have been a resi
dent of Philadelphia.
Keleaeed from Prison.
Springfield, 111., Dee. 18. The Gov
ernor pardoned Thomas F, Collins yester
day, ending bis ten years' sentence in the
Chester penitentiary tor robbery after he
bad spent a year and a bait in Jail. The
pardon was recommended by the Judge,
tate attorney and other citizens of St.
Clair county, where Collin was oonvicted.
The Democratic State Convention of
Louisiana meets at Baton Rough to-dav.
Simon Green, colored, shot at Wash
Anglln at a negro dunoe at Hopkiusvtlle,
Ky. Tbe ball struck Anglln'a hand, and
glancing, killed a boy.
At tbe inquest over Charles McLaughlin,
tbe millionaire, 6hot the 13th Inst, by
Jerome E. Cox, of San Franolsco, a verdict
of killed in self-defense was returned. Tbe
yerdlot create a sensation, as there wa
nothing In the evidence to warrant it.
A hard-glove sparring match was fought
to a draw by John Clark and James Rvan
at Phlladeldhla. Ryan waa tbe worst
punished, and went out of tbe contest cov
ered with blood.
A movement Is on foot to tenure the ap
pointment of Mr. Dunway, leader of tbe
Woman's enfranchisement course, gover
nor of Washington Territory.
Albert ,J. Jones of Providence, R. I.,
proposes to donate to tbe government tbe
Monte Belarls estate In tbe suburb of
Rome, tor an acudemy of fine arts.
A Sunday school Institute was formed
lat nl'bt at tbe CbrUtian chapel, at Joplln,
Mo., by G. A. Hoffman, the Sunday
S. A. Man, charged with the murder of
Dr. Clionowltb, of Pinevllle a few month
ajo, having failed to procure bom! ha
lieon returned to Jail.
Joseph Young ha been aeutenoed to ten
yours In the penitentiary for highway rob
bery, committed 18 tuontba ago.
Commodore A. Symondi, of Clay County,
III., U charged with stealing $2,000 pe union
due blx Atii'il, whom be bail placed in an
Sample, alia Red and Willis, alias Tex
as, tao of tbe principle train robbers and
Bihve murderer, bave been arrested at
Dayton Clark killed Walter Bratt, ot
Pine Township, Ind., for beating bis wife,
Clark'a siater. The Bratt was full of had
Two more saloon-keeper, Garrett Zlra
mer and T. C. McPhilllps of Grand
Rapids, Mich., quarrelled, over a settle
ment, when Mc Pnillips shot Zimmer In the
abdomen. Probably fatal.
John Dellman, convicted of tbe murder
of hi wife at Eaton, Penn., will bang
February 13. The death warrant baa been
A fourteen-vear-old ton of Ella Dehush,
of Mt. Sterling, Ky., ihotand killed his 8-year-old
brother In a corn Held, having be
come offended at something to little fellow
Tbo people of Dodrldge county, W, V.,
ire Indignant over tbe report ot the Lrnrh
ng of Btg Kinney. They claim to be law
abiding. Kinney will be dealt with hi tbe
ALIOS A BaUOE.
Solemn Xupttla of Wayward AJloe Oil
mar) at Chicago.
f St. Louis, Dec. 18. Hm Alice GIN
tuorj, tue young lady who figured .some
what proiumently In tbe paper some tim
aire, is Mi Alice Gllmor no more. 8 he
wa the girl, it will be remembered, who
entered on a downward oaraer after small
experience as a dime muaeum beauty.
Her mother Uvea In St. Louis. Later Alio
visited St. Louis, and with the help ot an
other woman took away her younger sister,
Belle Gilmore, to Chicago, and there act
her feet In the wrong way. Mr. Gilmore
followed Belle to Chicago and u atill there.
Alice ia now Mr. John H. Cook. A Chi
cago paper gives the following detail of
tbe wedding, which occurred in that city
on Friday evening:
"MISS ALICE OILMOBX,
more widely knowo to tbe public a beauty
No. IS In the Dime Muaeum oonteet ot lat
summer, was united in marriage last even
ing to Mr. John H. Cook, a book-keeper In
tbe employ of Aikuuon A McFarland. of
213 south Clinton ktree. The ceremony
was pronounced by Juatloe C J. White.
Shorty after 7 o'olock a lolltary oil lamp
gleamed In the ofuc of the Jueticn. Ilka tbe
candle in tbe tomb of tbe Capulei when
Juliet ainks into stupefaction. Stated
around tbe small atove io vague,
Ii'mbi audiub light, while tbe cold, cheer
ier wind raeped and scraped at tbe corner
of the house without, were tbe affianced
pair, Mr. Gil more, "of St; Louis, tbe moth
er of the wy ward girl about to become a
bride; Belle Gilmore, tbe ab
ducted sister; Mr. Dodge, ma
tron of tbe Deplalne street police
station, and a few otner friend. All con
versed in subdued tone while waiting the
Junto ' arrival. It was a melancholy
group. Tin re was not a Jot of the Joy and
briglitnee usually witnessed in marriage
feast. If Mr. Gilmore felt any mother
ly vaiuitya iu her pretty but disobedient
daucbU'r's'apprnachlug nuptials tbe feeling
wu kept back by an habitual aenae of pre
vious pain. Tbe prayerful, pleading look
of the Mati'rDoloroa's was ber's. A for
Alice, there was lu ber countenance aonie
thing of the solemn, earned gaze aeen lu
the face of tbe woman ot Samaria, Imagina
tively rendered ty tbe paluier Oueroino;
yet back of this ber beauty abowed itself a
he'.on?in( rather to tbe redeemed-demo-nlau
than tbe blemlsbed-angello school.
W nether she bad honestly resolved upou a
better life It w a abaolutely Impossible to
giifsn truly there wat such a bottomless
depth in her seductive eyesl Her demea
nor, however, waa quiet and gentle. In
the young man's t ye she wa apparently
unstained by commonplace supposition.
Little Belle, tbe abducted child, lat qutnt
and solemn. It was a though she folt her
self to be In church.
"THE CEREMONY OVKR,
tbe newly married pair were congratulated
warmly by tbe witnettei, all tbs gentlemen
friends of the groom kitting the bride.
To t w holesale kissing brought upon her a
ttroke resulting, as did tbat of Mose In
Horeb, In a liquid strtam here a stream
of tears. A few minutes later the party de
parted. Young Cook, tt Is said, first met
Alice three month go ta tbts city. Me
loved her madly trom the first. , He took
, tb cu mlnative step adfietly, and said be
hoped It was for tbe good of both. lie bad
lieen previously married and bad loat bis
wife and child by death. His people are
living in New York, and be contemplate
returning to engage iu baalneta.
"Tlie entire party will remain In C'hicagu
until Monday, when Mn. Gilmore and ber
erring daughter will appear before tbe
Grand Jury at wltnestet In the case ot ab
duction obarged agalctt tbe Goodman wo
man. Tben they will at once itartfor
St. Louis, where the honeymoon will be
Itn for Prison Beef.
jKrTKKius uiv, Mb., Dec. 18. The
warden of tbe penitentiary ba advertlaed
for bids on furnishing beef to tbe prison for
tbe ensuing year. Tbe present contract
expire Jan. 2. Tbe dally amount of beef
consumed is over 1,500 pound.
Stkelville, Ml, Dec. 18. Mlchsl
Cain, while under tbe influence of liquor,
assaulted d. R. Humphrey with a dirk
knife and stabbed him In tbe back, shoul
der and cheek. The wounds, though se
rious, are not fatal. Cain was at onoe ar
rested. GHOSTLY STOJEM.
They Frighten a Family of ATew Yorker
Out of Their Wits.
Syracuse, Deo. IS. Richard Steven, a
well-to-do farmer, who reside with bis
wife and aeuen children at Jordan, about a
mile aud a half west of this place, Is very
III of pneumonia. A few nights ago two of
the daughters retired, leaving tbelr shoes in
tbe sitting room. They ware aroused by a
noise, as though something bad been
thrown into the bed room, aud on Investi
gation tbelr shoes were found to bare beeu
thrown from the sitting room by tbe side of
the bed. Tbe next night a atone, wcigblug
about half it puuuil, fell wltb a loud crash
by tbe side of their father's bed, at which
they were so alarmed tbat they aat up the
nniRluder of the nlflit. This did not pre
vent the falling of other ttonet, apparently
from tbe ceiling of the room in which the
family sat, although there were no boles in
tbe ceiling or window and tbe doors were
all clns 'd.
MKVKN Slii.XES FELL
that nilit aud the following day, varying
in size from a quarter of a pound to a
pound. The fauiil) were so alarmed tbat
they finally called In a neighbor and he
stayed for a number of bourt. No
stone fell wMIe he win there, but at be
paHsed out of the duoi-a lurae one struck
the floor at hi lieel with a crash.
During tbe nex' night ami day seven more
stone fell. Another neighbor who wa In
the house, happened toay: "I wish one of
those titones would fall now," when im
mediately one fell between lit leg where
he was sitting. He got up aud left the
room anil soon returned, looked up a' the
celling, saying, "I wlh another sio.ie
would fall," and a large one Just graied
8 TRUCK AT HIS FCET.
A number of Jorden people have visited
tbe bouse In tbe am m tit to solve tbe mys
tery, but n far they have not been aucce-t-ful.
The member of the family all snern
freightened and are on the alert to ascer
tain tbe cause of the strange pbenoinn.
Sometime two or three will be togetbei in
tbe kitchen when suddenly a atone falla, or In
the slttluti room wltb the door closed, a
tone fU( . Some of the ttone are wsrng
whan tbry fall, one or two ware moist, and
II were like tbe ordinary cobble itoies
common In tbe fields. Some members of
lb family seem to believe tbls is a wartlus;
et Mr. Slams' apimacblnc death.
PATBUOT OB AMASAU5. i
Poole, the Slayer of Kinney, the lafonat
er, Hangs He Die Game.
Dcbuk, Dec. 18. Joepb Poole,
murdered John Kenny for divulging the
secret ot tbe Phosnti Park aasas.lnatloa,
was hangsd in Richmond prison at 8:05 this
morning. There whs a great tbnng out
aide as early at B o'clock this morning.
Poole slept sll night, eat a light bn akfaat,
read the "Key of Heaven" and "The LI
ve of the Saity. " and walked bold and
upright to the scaffold. He wa perfectly
fetlgned to bl fate. Poole ttood ereot up
on tbe toaffuld, and asked for the crucifix,
which be frequently kilted. The drop wat
teveo feet, and be died In three aud a half
aecond. A miotite after tbe drop tell
Pooie'afeet touobed tbe ground, but the
victim wu already dead. He wa In ex
cellent spirit to the last.
A PROTESTANT PAPER. r
Paris, Dec. 18. A largely attended
meeting of Irishmen wa held bare yester
dsy, at which resolutions were passed pro
testing against the execution of O'Donnell,
approving of tbe murder of Carey the Io
former, and thanking Victor Hugo for hi
letter to the Queen In behalf of O'Donnell.
London, Dec. 18. There wa tome ex
citement here this morning by the au
nounoement tbat the Lord Mayor had laal
night received two letter threatening to
blow up Newgate prison aad London
bridge. A large number of constable and
detectives were suddenly summoned to
guard both plaoes, aud addltioual police
boat were ordered to patrol the river. ,
IRISH FLAG DRAPED.
Dallas, Tex.. Dec. 18. -Ao Irish flag
draped iu morning with a portrait ch.
O'Donnell in tbe Center, bus been hoisted
over the Catholic Bazaar, having previous
ly been sprinkled witb holy water.
Washington, Deo. 18. Tbe following
bill were reported from the ooinmittee
and placed on tbe calendar!
Mr. HarrUoo Providing for a civil gov
ernment In Alaska.
Mr. Hoar In regard to tbe election of
of President and Vine President.
Senator Sberra in moved that Anton G.
McCook be oboten Secretary of 8ena'e.
Senator Pendleton moved to amend, sub
stituting tbe name of L. Q. Washington.
Lost. Yeas 3D, nays 82. The main reso
lution was agreed to, and Mr. MoCooa
was sworn in.
Mr.VnnWycke offered a resolution calling
on tbe Secretary of tbe Interior for coplot
of tbe mortgagee given by tbe Texas Paoiflt
Railroad Company on laud granted by th
act ot March 8, 1871; also to inform tht
Senate ot the name of the railroad oorpor
ationa claiming lands not earned during1 tht
lifetime of the grant, together with tbt
umber of acres claimed by each road.
At the conclusion of tbe morning hour
Senator Sherman asked the Immediate con
sideration of bla resolution offered yester
day tbat the Senate prooeed to tbe elsetle
ot officers, namely, Secretary of tbe Senate,
Chief Clerk, Principal Executive Clerk,
Cbaplaln, and Sergeant-at-Arms. Agreed
to. Yeas 34, nays 80. Tbe division wu oo
strict party lines, Stnators Mahone ami
Riddleburger voting with tbe Republican.
The remaining Republican nomluee wer
elected M follows: Chief olerk. Chas. W.
Johnson, of Minnesota; executive olerk,
la. R. Yung, ot Pennsylvania; ohaplsln.
Key. Ella DeWItt, of the District of Col
umbia; aergeant-at-arra, W. P. Canaday,
of North Carolina.
Rich Hill, Mo., has a new paper called
tbe Dally. 1 Tbe Dally ia dead.
CATTLE Receipts 66.000; stronger!
exports $6 40,37 26; eoou to choioe
shipping quoted at 17 75 (36 40; common
to fair I 25tf 30.
HOGS--Receipt 81.000 active and weak,
light at 4 805 M; rough packing
H 70(36 20 1 bearv packing aud shipping
OATTLE Exporters $6 10fW 40; rood
to heavy do $ OOfttfl 00; light to fair lit 40rjt
6 25 ;oommon to medium 44 Qdb 00; fair
to good Colorado $400(M 60; southwest 3 75
94 85; grass Texans 3ftOo(W; light to
good stfokers $4 60rt3 78 ; fair to good feed
ers $3 76Vai S6; ooinraon to choice native
cows and heifer 3 00.34 65; soAllawags of
arty kind Y 50(38 00.
HOGS Receipt 9,494 head: shipment
2,044 head. Market unsettled. Pack
ers selling at $6 80dd 60 tor rough mixed;
and butcher steady at $6 6u
SHEEP Common, medium and MghtSiO
8 10; fair to good H3 2.V33 50; prime t8 tt)
(H 00; fair to good Texan 2 75ft
WHKAT-Det-einuor B8H: February
WV; Jauuar USV; Mav 1 OTXS.
CORN December 59; January iH't;
February ASK; May ttl H.
OATS December iMV, Jauuarv S4;
February 34 X; May 88.
WHEAT Decemlie.- l 03 b.: voar
lanuary 10i'o)4S; February M WiXb. ;
llav 1 IMS; March H OsH.
CORN December 40 X: vear ;Jan-
jay 4SS4S; February 49 V; May 64
OATS December 30: vear ; Jau
uarv 81K b; February 32' b; May 36V
WHEAT December il 12H; January
$1 13H; February fllOS; Mav $121.
CORN December us; January 65;
February ed; Mav .
OATS Decern tier 40 V; January 40 Hi
February 41 K; Mr4tV
lea airy Prod no.
JUT ER Creamery at' 80(831 to 38 for
election, a thade more in atinail wav;
tecondt at D.VSJ8. Dairy at 25to2(
for oholoe to fancy, to 29 for (election;
fair 12016; low grade 8O10. Poor to
choice near-by in paila SV915.
POULTRY Dressed, Spring cblokent
-small 12 00a)3 25: fair to cbolce.$250tf2 75;
choice W 25; Old chickens Cook r2 75;
mixed, H 76(33 00; hens, $2 76;
turkeys, Sbva9V dozen; soooiding to sis.
aud dressed at lloU2o per lb. ; ducks $3 00
m 25; Geeae S304. ,
y, heat arrived quiet and and corn to
arrived unchanged. Wheat steady: corn
to arrive quiet. Mark Lane Wheat dull
and corn dull. Country market quiet. ;
California wheat to arrived declined Id.
Spot whoat Iran No. f spring, 8 6d;
No. 8 spring, aoeo In mar set; Western
winter, 8 id. Mixed western corn dull
atmi AMd. Demand from Continent and
Vailed Kingdom not anon doing 1st wheat,
M' i t