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.THE CAIRO 1 DAILY BULLETIN.
fAlBO. ILLINOIS, SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 11, 1.183
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Th inoiti powerful Antixeptlo
WILT PR K, VENT TUB CHOLKRA.
Tlit most powerful An
tiseptic aic ut w h 1 1' h
rhoiulmry tun produced.
In use clihr Inter
im1 ly or externally r li
ners ill it cninu lit eon
Mel will), pure. sweet
iidiI clean, -ih proline
tlim nf il!i'Mi-i!i'rim
c-fti-H hiiiI tlio path d:
11 llcll iM 1 nil I.'lr.erf,
'ell. ils ;un.. Kiupllon
mid hor -k it stops ill
Cain, awm-tnna tliu narls
and i ronvib't tlm rapid
lorrnatiuu of h e a I t li y
It I fact est b;thcd
by Brlifur.e '.list n.a iV
dieea-ek ar Intro'lii'cil
by P'ltrttl' s l"ii. which
reproiluci. 1 1 I f nml
firupugale' t no diHi txt
u evf r widening circles.
Th (1 irn-it" ifi-ni'r-ito
cunt avion and fill the
air with death. Much lk
that dread Trror,
which In ii'iw ili-va-tat-Ini;
tiiu Kat ami ml
vancing on lt i" i)n
of death rapidly towards
our shorea. other d
eases of lh muie "iirt
are Diphllm.-ik. Typli
old Ki-trr, Sr-irlut Fever,
8mai-t'ui. M e a a I u ,
Yellow F'-ver, Kry-ip-elak,
i'ti :,. .VI tliBKi l" u
l-ratfl cmta 'ion. r.h"r
It I'xnoKurM in a sick
room t'.-ilar. Clokel or
rl .h e imr lbs tin' At
j iieikpln-re and drlvra
kw.iy I Hi' 1:1-1 lit p of dit
: ciii-e Blid d kill.
' Taken iMi-rnally It
Ipuruiftn thv smuiaJi,
uivm ' It tuiH' 11 d
hi-altiiy vik'ur ltlk-liu
Hint It ruri- in lucrum
ai d l()pt-k'..
1 Whi-n ii'rd k k I.nil in
dlkukkrk Kk ve r k n d
Aguu, Mn aria! Fewr,
Mr. , arise f-oiri c-iutl
Klon whiih oiriiK id
dampness, hiiIii ilih v .1:
uauone or tuicttannes-.
i . '' 1 '
All lhc IM"' ki'.'k run
he rnri'd only by Hop
ping the prixiiirtlon of
Inna-e (iiriin and dc
troing lho a'.rcnly
proiiuu-'d. Both th'ke
renuba ar arrnip!Mi.d
hy tliu life of I'fnf
Darhy pp'parat inn of
Horarlc Acid and Clilo
rine, known an
u din'my" all rrrkln
uii 1 ll.otth proiliiclng
Ui-rink, li-avlnc lhu kl.ln
:lt-ar, wliiti' and t'H'i
l.-n-n! a tint ,.f a llltlu
It rrndin nil It
r.iiiiifii In r ill-
tit ft with Purt
Snac? d'M not tcTiiit; n Ui i.im I 1 ho : to
whih tli u k'rt iriil-dtrovr Is appHi aid.
Ask your Dnmitikt for printed uinlier d,f r.ptivi'
of Ilk usefulness, or addri'k
.r it. y.in m.v ro ,
Manufacturing ( h reiki. I'll II.A U KLI'II I .
50 ceuta per bottle Tint Uo'.tlca, (1 m.
LLLNOIS CENTUAL K. li.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv L,ino Uunuint;
Iiuiha Lii Cairo:
: J:U5 a in. Mail,
Arririi, iu M Loui 45 a.m.: Chicai:o.B:30t.m
(.'otiLiHtink' at t.'diii and Ktllnt,'haiu for Clncln
likll, loii.iwilv, Iinl.ahnpolia and polntk Kurt.
11:1 a.m. Ht. I.ouitt nml Vetrn
.irrlvinE in ht. I.ouik " :u5 p. m., and eucnectinu
for all poiiilk w ek'.-
i.m. r'itnt Jh'iXprfBH.
F r 81. Loulf anil t'hiraeo, airlviiie at St. Limlr
10:411 p m., and L hlrtuo :Ht k m.
: J : r I j) in. (.'iiu'iiiTiati KxprMfi.
ArrlviiiB at Cluclnatl 7:l a.m.; I.ounvllle 6:55
a m.: IrdlMiMiult 4:i5 a.m. rak.kniturk
Lhik train rxacli the abovu polnlk ly to 36
tlul Kb In advance ol auy ottii-r route.
rip-TheSiM) P. m. expni has I'l'LI.MA'.S
M.fcKI'INU t'AK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
thaniiek, and through deeper lo St . tool and
Fast Time Kast.
PuuttOlKroiv lui' llu" untl'f'ngh to Kaat.
I ttft llCI . ,-rn poltita without any delay
p.nmid hv Snnd.v tiitervt-nini.. ThH SutnrdkV aftkr.
noon trk'n from Cairn arrive In new York Monday
nornlug at li:S5. Thirty-nix hour in advanceof
HT other route,
SVForthroiich ticket and further information,
tl'ply at Illluoi Central Kaiiroad Depot, Cairo.
J. II. JONKS. TlcKet A Kent.
A. H. HANSON. (Inn. I'va. Akent. Chiraeo
NEW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety StocK
IN T1TK. CITY,
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
. O. O. JATLKK & CO..
Cor. Nineteenth etreot 1 ( t j n T
Commercial Avenue. aiH',
AI. H. tmrrii.
KUUK1IT A. S41ITII.
Grand Central Store.
OAIKO. - IIVL-
Circuit ,Jilili:o-i. if. Maker.
Circuit Clork A. H. lrviti.
County Judto-J. H. rioiiluon.
County Clnrk-H.J, II 11 nun.
Conniy Attorney :".':? ,'.'","
CountrTraiirefMllei W. l'arkor.
(tlierla John lloduei.
Coroner-It. Fltagerald .
County Commlkiloiiwa T. W. Ilalllday, J. It.
MnlcabeT and 1'ater Baup.
The Suspension of Two Banks in
he SuBpenBion Claimed to be Tem
porary -The President Among the
Indians-A Hanging in New
York-Items of All
INHIAXPOI.IS, Ind., Aiuutt 10. Lnrgn
crowd (.'uilnjred around the Klrt National
bank and the Indiana rtuiihiii eornpuny an
hour before opening liiime, thi uioruiiiK.
liolli bank remain cloed. Tin; following
nonce I routed on thn uour 01 me
Kiil National: "The l ourd of dlrertor
are in eM,lon enniderliiK what I best to be
done, but have not yet arrived at a eon
culon." The hoard ofdliwitor of the
h'ir-1 .National bank adopted a resolution
at Ui lr iin etiii); thi inonilnK to double lint
Moek of the bank JtJU.IHW of kt.iek in-ili-ad
of t-iJi),(jH) provided li ayndieati
lieud"d by Mr. I. l'auw and Mr. Kncllrh
wait fiiriiH-d to lake tliu management and. a
t'oiitrolling amount of the slock. A paper
wa drawn up to this effect, which was
Mt'ited by all the directors and Mockholdei
present, and a eonimi'.tee was apuolnted to
pet the v.ni"5nt of the Mock holder not
ph-M-nt. As ioon a thik consent is l oin-pii'ti-d
it Is understood that new and strong
parties will come into the concern that will
m ike it one of the ktrongesl financial in-
Ktiuitions in the country. H may take a
f.-w day to tio this and gather in the rcRU-Iji-
uinoiint of currency, but It may be
done in a few hours. I he oilier
auK also held a meeting and
a-reed that If the proposed kyndl
ito w;i formed they would afford all
the a-MsUtee lo tho First National that
mitbt be required. It may be i-aiU, toere-
f-)re'', that whilst it i unfortiinain that any
trouble occurred therein really no reason
for alarm, and that ultimate food may re
sult from it iu trtvlnir the bank increased
ktreii.ih. Very little Information ha been
obtained a to what the Indiana Hanking
company uiav do, but it i proiiable they
w ill le al)lc to retinue abto in a vert short
tinie.SJTbere has been 110 'extraordinary
demand on any of the other bank for fund
1 II IC ACIION IN WASI11MJION.
W!iii.sinuN, Auv'tist 10. The Acting
Comptroller 0 the currency ba Instructed
the Mate examiner to look into trie condi
tion of the Hi st .National Hank or jnillana
poii and report.
Among the Indian.
IH'KValo Lakk, Wy., Augtiht 10. The
l'rehideiitlal jmrty arrived here nhortly after
a o'clock yesterday afternoon, haviLg been
ekcorted from Fort Waahakie by kljt Indian
guide In charge of Charlie Campbell, Cn
tar'a trusted kcout. Tho trail ran north
over sa'e brush, parallel with the old road
twenty mile from Wind river. The
I're.sijcni spsent the afternoon lisblnx
in the lake and booked any nuiu
be "f upeckled I tmu'. The al
ley i oppreksiv.-, while ou the eh Tit Ion
the wind blo In hurricanes. The Presi
dent, however, takr.k naturally Ui rouhiii;
i'.. There are thoce w ho preilict that an
effort may be made by Indian or bands of
rubber, who ate thick around here, to
capture the Executive, carry bim into the
mountain fastnesses and hoid biui for ran
som. The oldot stage-driver in the region
sav that he k, certain Mich an alU'inpt will
will be made, and that if rightly conducted
it could succeed.
A Murtlerer Hwntred.
Ctica, N. V., Auirust 10. William
Henry Ustrandcr wa hunn ut Ctlca at 10:30
a. m. to-day for the murder of hi brother,
(ieor'e l.yniin Oslrander, ou December
'll. I-nSU. near West ( ainden. I'pou the
scaffoll he did not want any 0110 to pray
for him. l'raver wa offered, however,
altr which Ostimder epoke for three or
four minutes in a rambliu; manner claim
ing hi lunocence, Having he had not had a
fair trial and denoun'tlng the people of the
couuty for banking him. He was frequent
ly profsnu and obxeene. Endlntr with an
oath, he wild: "But a to baiiKint; me you
can do It. life i of no good to me. "
Iiefore the exeeutiou Ostiander told bia
spiritual adviser he did not forgive hi
I-latifcs, and would not askQod to forgive
NkwYohk, August 10. The rarty of
distinguished Europeans who came over
Lcre at the invitation of Kufu Hatch to
visit Yellowstone Turk, started on their
Journey this morning and numbered over
fifty persons. They will remain over Sun
day at Niagara Kali, resuming their trip
ou Monday to C'blcatgo, when they will take
a special train over the Northern tfcieltic lo
Yellowstone Park. Numerous mops will
be made along the route to enable the visit
ors to Inspect the great grain faru. HI
expected that Yellowstone will bo reached
iri. After slay of two week tho party
will return. A portion of tho party will
visit Manitoba before returning.
Thn Irlmli and WHIaail Citiinl.
Chicaco, August 10, The Time thi
moi'tili);; publishes an article In which It Is
asserted that aecrrt agent of the Canadian
government have been In thi city for some
time shadowing promliicni Irish National
ist, nnd that they have positive Informa
tion of a premeditated design to destroy the
We Hand canal by lh use of explosives,
It 1 further asserted that a request ha
own made on the Culled Slate govern
ment to leftist In thwarting the alleged con
eplrauy, I ami fire.
Wohckstku. Mass., August 10. -Tho
large tin shop of A, II. Siiitillh, at liard
ner, wa parlinlly dcMroyed by tiro till
morning. The loss 1 not known, Win.
M. Cobiirii wa killed by a fulling chimney
during lhu tire.
' ' An trtllor Injnreil.
SruAMiiN. I'a., August 10. A. IIom,
editor of Huston Advertiser, otio of
Rtifu Hatch' YcllowaioiKj cxcuralns
1st, w aevcrely Injured hero ut Iwo
p. m. while attempting to board t moving
Srtr.NANnoAii, I'a., Augut 10.Thoi.
WIHMms wa filially and Hugh Edward
srrlou.tly turned by an explosion ' Uro
damp tin morning at rat ker colliery No.
& of tho LcbUjh Valley Coal compan.
lrtiai oad Htm I Worker.
riui.Ai'Ki.l'MiA, Auul ID. Tlie con
Vculloii of AuiulKam&ted Iron uml Steel
worker lii'U brif himaion tliln morn iii(t
and ii'iiolvi'd to adjourn till Monday to al
low vai loiia committee tlmo to report upon
the liiinlui'Mi Intriiiited to them. Vlhliinn
dnli'ntci, have accepted invitations from
their I'tilladelpbia colleague to Hike a trip
ro Atlantic City to-morrow morning, re-
turning Hundar. ,
I hi Week's tBilnrra.
New Yokk, AtiKUkt 10. It. I). Dunn A
Co.' 1,'nmmerrUI Aifcuey report that
there were l".' bulnei failure throughout
the Culled Slate uud Canada reported to
New V01 k durinu' tlit pat ncven day, the
Hume iiunilier an last week. New Kntfland
Slate had 'iJ, Middle State 52, VeKtern53,
Southern '.".i, racilit: 10, No York (Jitf 13,
and (.'nnada I'rovlnce 17.
Anterlcnn 1llrroroplcwl olely.
CliKAiii), August 10. The American
Microscopical society elected tho following
officer to-day: lion. J. D. Cox, of
Ohio, president; .). V. ISurrlll and W. A.
Rogers vice-prelr'eiil; l. S. Ke III-
cot, secretary; deorge A. Hell, treaur-
er; and II. A. Cheater, II. A. John-
Ann and (ien. William Humphries, execu
.l hold Vft.
St. Ai.baxs, Vt., August 10. ivradley
Harlow denies the truth of the Hlatcmrnt
that l'ue Southeastern road ha been sold
In the National Construction company, or
New Jersey, liarlow hope to Hell his road
to tln-e parties, but the balance of the ru
mor dent from Montreal Is a fabrication.
CliK.'Aiio, August 10. It is rifly year
to-dav since Chicago was organized a a
town, having at that time a population of
1 souls and 1W frame house. I he an-
niver-arv will not be celebrated either iu a
riublic or private mann-!'.
Minos JiM-niiN, lo., August 10.
One hundred people have t.ecn attacked
with mallL'aiit dyscntary resembling chol
era. Six children and Mr. Arnett have
die. I. Or. Murwood, a prominent phy
kiciati, is dying.
heen Troiltnic Ilurea Ilorneri.
Lot isvit.i.K, Ky., August 10. A utable
al the Fair tiroiind was burned yesterday,
consuining wven fine trotting horse owned
by .lame .'haekleford, mostly of Wilke
tock. The horse were valued atl0,(KK3
A Telephone ( onitollilitiloa .
I.owKi.l.. Mass., August 10. The
stockholder of the Boston and Northern
Tc Iciihone companv at a kpvclal meeting
declared in favor of the proposed consolida1
tion of the. New England Telephone com
Ntnbbed Thron:b I he Heart.
HaLI imciHK, August 10. In a bar-mom
fi.'ht Thursday night Hernard McNally
stabbed Sanies Carr through the heart with
anicepjel. Carr had a bad reputation.
McNally U propritor of the baloon.
Tilt: MTT-UIKKH TRAIiKDT.
The Murderer'a Account of the Killing
The Statement Prepared. In Expecta
tion of Death.
Cmontown, Pa. .August 10. -Just after
the acquittal of N. L. Duke for the.murder
ofCapt. Nutt, and when the Ipuhlic feeling
against the former was running highest, it
was sugzestcd to him by his friend that, in
view of the manifest faclhat bis life wa in
grave danger, it would be wise to prepare
for iio.sthuinous Dubllcation, If necessary, a
statement by his own hand, giving hi own
Individual side of the great tragedy In
which he wa a performer. This advice
Duke acted upon. He was killed as ex
pected, and in three weeks the trial of hi
murderer will take phice. In It he describe
the killing in tho following word: "On
the morning of the S4th of
December, IhjcJ, I was "itting beside
tnv )esk in the Jennings Hotel,
reflecting upon my shoulders. The port
er rapped at my door. Hi rap is very fa
miliar to tnc, because he crric my coat.
I said 'come.' The door swung open, tho
I colored porter s'.epped back, and Mr.
BrecSenrldge stood In the door. 1 rose a
I was uttering theso word, and stepped
within about ix feet of the door, and wa
going to shake bands with him and offer
bim a chair. He said:
'CArr. NUTT WANTS TO 8KK VOL'.'
I had no time to reply when tho Captain
pushed into view, pawed Mr. Rreeken
ridge, came Into the room and slammed
the door shut without turning. Ho did
not lift his eye to mine, hut hlsced through
his teeih '1 want to see you' find rushed
upon me with hi cane upraised. I In
stinctively threw down my head, and threw
up my arm and the blow fell diagonally
across the arm. I grappled wltb him
at once and caught the cane. We
struggled for a few moment about
tho foot of the bed, and I wrested
the cane from bim and attempted to strike
him down with it. He then thre himself
against mo and the blow bad no effect. Wo
struggled once more and hud ftcutlVd over
Into a corner buck of Ihc bed by tho
window. 1 knew that I wa hi superior in
physical strength and could have drawn my
pistol and shot bim iu the struggle, the pis
tol being self-acting, but 1 did not want to
kill li t in . 1 concluded as 1 wa physically
hi superior, to do nothing bulLecphim
from hurling me and I cried
with the full force of my lungs, In order to
bring some one to the rescue, As soon
Ihl alarm wa given ('apt, Null called
Clark!' 'Clark!' 'Clark!' in a much lower
tono of voice than that employed by me.
This call for hi nephew, who hud accom
panied him there, coupled with Ihc threat
In hi letter of an avengei, tilled me with
terror and desperation. I Instantly threw
myself upon the cane with all my
power, and It was mine. He sprang
away from me to avoid another strike from
he cane, back toward the mantel ind a ho
went he thrust hi right bund Into bl over
coat pocket nnd attempted Ui draw hi pis
tol. It seemed to he entangled. 1 shall
never forget the murderous look In his
eyes. The awful moment had come, It
was either ho or I. 1 11 tliu twlnkllnp of n
eye my pistol this drawn from my hip
pocket, my right font and arm advanced,
tho trigger pressed, a flash and Cap). Nutt
sank down alongside, the wardrobe. My
position threw my back toward the door,
AsJCapt. Nutt suiik down I heard a confu
sion behind me. 1 turned my head and
saw Mr. Hreckenrldgn about the Mint Of the
bed hastening toward Cant. Null. Mr,
Feather, bareheaded, wa Just behind him,
his face a white as the counterpane on
the bed. Turned towards us, and Just In
the door, was the black face and white ici
of thn negro. The whole picture Is iodoll
tly Impressed upon uiy tuemorj. I can
mm forget I.
Conflicting Statements Operators Clsim
Jo be Satisfied Their Adversaries
the Strike is Virtuallf
St. I.ous, August 10. The Hiotner
hood lay the strike on the Iron Mountain
road I greatly underrated. Thi is even
admitted by oflicer of the road. In the
East the strike is more extended among the
railroader than wa sunposed. At a meet
ing held In New York over 700 strikers vot
ed to continue, the light. One of the Exe
cutive Committee sail: "Superintendent
1 1 11111 111 nil's depirlure ye-lerday for a trip
over the Iron Mountain road prove to have
been occasioned by necessity, the
ktrikcl being really of more serious pro
portion than his pres bulletin admitted.
The Kitu.it ion on this road proves decidedly
interesting to Mr. Hammond, who must
now lie converted from hi notion that only
nineteen men struck. Every mail bring
ti taugliile proofs that our I thn common
cause of ninety per cent, of the operator,"
A rumor that the leader of the tele
gMpli'Ts' Htrike In tliu East had announced
that the strike would be abandoned wa
afloat to-dav, tint the master workman of
the local Itiotherliood, when asked about
it at l.iglitst'inc ' Hall said that the strike
would never be aliaiuloued till it wa.' won;
(h it the minor was a lie sent out by tho
Western I'nioji companv, and was
prompted by the s:une spirit that made the
company cut their wires and charge the act
to the strikers,
"You can say," said the gentleman to
the reporter, "that the telegraph operators
a: rem nn on a strike until they w in. We
can afford to wait a year if necessary. I
can ktay out on a strike for a year, and the
rest of us can. "
Al rn Vork.
Nr.w VruiK, August 10. It is staled on
good authority that the striking telegraph
ers last night practically decided to aban
don the strike. There was no particular
disturbance on the Wcitern I'nion wire
Thursday niuht. F our of the striking op
erators returned to work this morning. It
eem to lie the belief that the strike i
practically over, thotieh the strikers are
still confident. The Western Cnlon re
mains firm and claims that business ia being
forwarded in good shape.
Al ( lilraco.
Cltii'Afio, August 1). -The Western l'n
ion otlices this morning stated thu. all the
wires on the Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and
Chicago railroad, numbering fourteen in
all, have been cut and that a number of
anus supporting the wires have been torn
off, Thu Brotherhood deny all agency with
the wire cutting i:i this city.
A I Vt ushliig loii.
Washington, August 10. A break oc
curred in the ranks of the telegrapher to
d iy. Two men returned to work in tho
We.-tcru Union oflicc. Eiuht nu n returned
to work in the B. and O. as follows: Two
at liica'io, two at Baltimore, two at Cin
cinnati, one al Philadelphia and one at
Cincinnati, August 10. E. lligdon,
(ien. H. Ycaucr and E. J. Hardt, all
tirst-class operator, abandoned the strik
ers to-day and went to work for the West
DU.I.AS Texas, August 10. Two'hllll
dr d railroad operators from the Could
Southwestern system quit work to-day.
The Spanish Revolt Becoming Serious
Livingston's Father-in-Law Dead
London,, Augut 10. Particular of a
revolt of the Spanish girrisou at Leo de
Kergel, in t!;e province of hcridu, Spain,
showed it wa headed liy a Lieutenant
Colonel. The oiilbieak occurred at four
o'clock on Thursday morning- The civil
guard were not molt si oil by the insurgents,
and remained In their barracks, The reb
els expelled the military governor of the
town. A large lorce of troops is now
mirchl'ig to Le-i de Kergul to repress the
outbreak. The Dally News, in it final ar
ticle, says that in consequence of the re
bellious outbreaks in Spain, frustrating
great bull operat ions in punlsli stocks liy
Madrid speculators, various dealeis and
bankers in both Madrid and Pari have
led with claim for the uncovered differ
ences, amounting lo about J2iK),ihn),
A rilNl KN ritATK.D MOVF.Mf.NT.
LisiiiiN, August 10. A telegram from
the Spanish frontier says the situation I
most grave. Bands of armed men have
marched to the north, their object. It is
presumed, being to concentrate at
sonic selected point fer a combined move
ment. SIX UATTKIIIKH HK.VT.
London, August 10. A dispatch from
Barcelona say that ten battalions of Infant
ry uml six batten les have been sent to Zod
d'eiirgel to suppress tho outbreuk there,
(ireat agllalion pevail here mid the situa
tion Is er!ou. A slight revolt took place
smong thu prisoner In the pnllniiilnry in
tho city of Sanlander, tho capital of
the province of that name,
hut wa promptly suppressed. "iov. San
lander has 'ASO gendarmes In readiness for
action In ease the garrison revolt, (ien.
(Juesijii occupies tin, principal stragctie
point In the province of Lngmno, where
ll Is reported the emissaries of Don Carlo
have been seen,
TUK Oil I'HKKAK COXDKMNK.lt.
London, August 10. The correspondent
of the Time at Madrid say that the Insur
gent of the Spanish soldiery assert that
they have been deceived, doubtless by the
agents of Hulz Znrllla, who hat been for a
long time past tampering with tho lower
grades of the army In various part of tliu
peninsula, All classes of people condemn
the outbreak, Including tho writers on the
1 it t: 1. ami.
Dt'BMN, Aumist 10. The Irishman, a
newspaper, denounce the verdict In t tin
cases of Fealherstotin, Deasy, Flnnlgan and
Dalton, who were convicted nl Liverpool of
treason and felony and sentenced to penal
servitude for life, ll declares no nuo could
expect Liverpool to bn Impartial. Tbo
Freeman's Journal, commenting on theso
cases, says no sontenco Is too sevuro for a
TDK IRIMH CKTHIft.
London, Auitust lO.-Ths Most Rev.
Michael Logue, Bit top of Tupboo, In a let
ter states that tba people Iu County Donegal
kat t puaaad utftijr IbrouKu Um crUte of dU
tre, having been laved chiefly hy the char
it y of the Irish people throughout tba
( AKKY'fl ASSASSINATION.
I.hni'on, Augtut 10. Further particu
lars Just at hand of the murder of James
( hp y by O'Donovun show that tha shoot
lir.' took place when the veiael was twelve
mile from land.
I.omhin, August 10. The latest news
from s.ii'ith Africa conlinn the report that
tlie Kcv. Albert Moffait, Author of a history
of missionary labor In South Afralca, l
dead. The present advice do not make It
ch ar whether he wa murdered by savage
or w helhcr be died a natural death. The
latter Is probably the case, a Mr. Moffait
wa ever eighty. He was father-in-law to
lr. Livingstone, npd had translated tho
p-altns . mil the entire New Testament Into
the language of the Itcchuanan, among
whom lie had resided for many years,
mm mass, tuk NiHii.tar.
LovtiiiN, August 10. Ilartmann, the
well-known Nihilist, ha arrived In London
to make arrangement for a Socialistic con
gress. Ai.k.x anuria, August 10. Along the
cordon line for some day and generally
through the city and suburbs where tho
danger from the cholera seemed grealet
and where the sanitary rule have been
most rigidly enforced culminated Thursday
Iu n riot . In one of the suburb a local
doctors bee une alarmed at the funeral prep
aration of a cholera patient nnd absolutely
forbade the ceremonies. Tho people as
saulted the physician and stoned the ti'oops
when they were called in to carry out the
London, August in. There were twen
two deaths from cholera iu Alexandria
Telegraph companv announce that the Sen
ate of Bremen has concluded a convention
with the (ie.nnan government, pro
viding for the entry of that city into tho
Til K KM I'EIIOK WILLIAM.
Brri.in, August 10. The Emperor Wil
liam has arrived at the Imperial residence
Viowing the Bloody Field of Twenty-Two
Si'iti.NfiKiKLD, Mo. August 10. To-day,
the last of the union and the anniversary of
the battle, is being celebrated by a visit to
thn battle field on Wilson's Creek. Tbo
Creek reunion ha surpassed all expecta
tions and more men arrived last night and
this morning than were here yesterday.
Arkana continued to pour 111 her
troop. The Iowa force was in
creased. Every train brought in Missourians
who fought on either side. tien. Marma-
duke urrivcildKst night. His reception was
right royal, and at the battle ground he
was a conspicuous figure. There wa little
form in the proceedings there, the Veterans
for the most part being satisfied to roam
over the once Moody field and point out
where t heir battt ry wa taken or where thi
or that comrade fell.
Al'CtST 10, 18S3.
CATTLE Duller; 10 : lower; exports
$0 Wad S; good to choice shippers $T 40
ra'.'i mi; common to fair f4 MHdb 40.
lloii-bight Vi Torn! i"); mixed packing
"i IO(u" 40; heavy packing and shipping
W !'' 7". Market fairly active and
Ka 10c low. r.
CATTLE Export steer $jtV6620; good
to heavy do $," iVau X light to fair $4 TfVot)
li '.'0; co, nuiou to medium 1 4iVi4 N'i; fair
to good ( 'olorado ipCd.') ""; southwest $1 75
fa t; gras Texan fct 'ZS(tA 75; light to
good tnf!iers 1 1 .'iiifHsl 7o; fair to good feed
er 1 n'i'ii I :''i; common to choice native
:ows and heifers $a "Mi .'i."; scallawags of
any kind f2 lO'd.'i 00; common cows and
Sll EEP Common
i HO; fair to good
H loori :ti); Ntockers
Vi. i ; latui.s ft
to medium $2 fiOO
$:i00r4 uo; prime
$J253 00; Texan
Vioi.i 2.1. Sain of II I
si 11 i c t sheep at 11 7..
H ',.: -Largely higher; rspeoially foi
lie. t ,c g:it wh'ch oid actively at an ad
vance ol 'J.'ic. The range was from $0 106
6 ';,, !h- .vie a little slow at foots 60 (or
common to choice packing, and fA TOW 80
for butchers, skips and culls $4 8.Vj 00,
WIIEAT-lligher; ciosiu at II 02V
August; $104 September; 'ilOSK
October; if I Oli'i November; fl 0'J!' vear.
CO'rLwr; Ml', August; ' 60H
Sei'V.iincr; 4iS Octobor;4!!' November
ve ir -i.'i ' .
OATs-Lower; SH's'ra 20 V August 5 26
September; 2ii. October; 20 year.
WIIKAT-Higher; closing at $1 0V
August; if I os V September; $1 10?(
October; ifl 12'. November; fl 06 year.
CuKV-lligher; t 40', August;! 47V
September; 17 '. October; 44 November;
4'JS vear; 4I' May.
OATS Lower; 2.') August; 25V Sep.
(ember; .'." ' October; 24 '. year; 20V May.
WllEAT-Augii-t fl 17'.l 17V; Sep
temiicr tl .S),wl 1S; October fl 20 V
1 jo', : November f 1 22'dil '); Decern
her ,f I a.
cults' August tillrii(l2; September
til ;( tctobcr til '.
lU'TTEIl-Creamery sell at 19i20
for ehoic.o to fancy, to 21 for selections;
overiicatcd or poor al dairy rates; dairy
at Kwli for choice to fancy; fair to gooil
lOdiU; I'ouiiuon So 10. Country packud
Slow, choice at lf(t)u, common h($i.
I'lil LTliY-Sprlng ( hlcken, small and
sciiilibv f I'nl 2."; fairlo good fl 60(oH 7.':
choic t-', and fancy large $2 25. Old
chicken -nick f2 i.Vd);',j mixed f;i 15
oiH 2,"; hens fit 40f(:l 00;spring ducks 2 50
EiiiiS Firm nnd wanted t lllo for
cIioIck marks; doublful lots have to be sold
LiVhitrnot,, Country market quiet.
No, 2 red winter and California whoat off
coast advanced lid. No 2 spring wheat to
arrive advanced (id. Bed winter and Cali
fornia wheat to arrive advanced ltd. Spot
w heat strong! No. J spring wheal 9s 3d;
No. ,1 spring none Iu market. Western
whiter H 4d. California advanoed Id. Mix
ed western corn strong at 5s SVd. Demand
from Culled Kingdom and C'lntlneut good
for wheat and uoru. lUonlpU Wheat prst
week 380.000 quirtora, of which. 283,000
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