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Tim tuoHl powcrlul AntiKeptlo
WILL PREVENT THE CIIOLEIU.
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ttcBptlc a.'Bt w h I co
ctituiltry ha produced.
iernn of Dim-kin
Ita unc eiilur lutur
nally or externally ren
der all It cfainc iu con-
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it i a met Miiminnert tlun of di
brli nce 'hnt n unv i mum. .
ntnnaHtH are lntrolun:(i recoUTB
ny putfifiratli.n, whlcb I
reproduce itaelf and
W')ln n.-(l on iricer
propouateii thu ilUear-o
In evi;r wldeuln circle.
Tliote illcat' t'ener
at cnntaclun and fill the
air with death. Such I
that dread Terror,
which 1 now devastat
ing th Kant and ad
vaiiclnu on i mi urn on
ol death rapidly toward
our Hliiiri-. Other dl
lam s or the fame mrt
are Diphrheria, lypu
old I-vi:r, S( arlel Kever,
Mna l-l'ox, M t- a I e ,
Yeiluw Fever, Erjip
via, elc. All these jp.u.
erate c'liitalon. Olher
diseases i- ever and
Ai;',ie, Ma nrlai Ken.r,
utc, arise from c.otita
1,'ion wh'ch comes of
dampness, unhealthy !i
uaiious or unclcaimiss.
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lie cured inly ),y si(,p.
pine the production of
i'lsease liernis and di
trovin(! those alrenly
prcdiii id. Hut h these
reitli are ar-cornpllshid
by the use ol 1'iof.
Darby s preparation of
liinai.lc Aelii and Chlo
rine, knuwn as
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ml hnrii It nop all
I'ain, wi.-eieti tnu part
anJ promote thu rapid
1'irination of b e a 1 1 h y
It vxiiosure in a sick
room, t edar, tinsel or
btnli e purifle the At
inisiliere and drive
away the KeiniB of ill
ease and death,
Taken internally it
purifies the Muinaoh,
Kivii.u it tone and
healthy viator Iliaihu
that It cures in llk.rti'in
When used as a l.oilnn
It destroy ail Kreiile
aal li.utcb produilng
l!erni. leaviiiu the skin
clear, white and tran
purent as that uf a little
It rndi r all it
coinss In run-
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u!e and n-t-iil drv inod, t-tr, ; Jas. S. MrUahey,
liirui.hr d-'aler; W n. K. I'nolier. it-nemi airen't;
Albert Lewis, dealer in fi-iiir and ural..; L. 8.
Thomas, bricklayer; M hi-s Phillips, contra lor
and builder; II A I'hunibley, irrocer; Thus.
Lewis, secretary and attoruey-at-la;
Marean, II siu-epat hie tiliysietah : II ha
Sm.di r 4 Sou. bmi ers; li, II Iialril, stree
visor; l.d II. Wnite, ass'l sic. W. A O. M
ciety; .1. W. Spier, lumber ami ..w-mili
(iernli-on. barber: K. H Dietrnii, clerk V
A P. U.K.; M. Kobier. merchant tailor;
, St. L.
( lark, dealer in wall paper and window shad
K. l-.nnitsii, coiitractur ami builder; Will T. 1;
nurn.oi .viursn rtednnru, clear Inaliulaittirers;
K. Vincent, dealer in Mine and cement; I, A.
Phelps, photographer; W. t'. Jocelvn, dentist; S
II. Taher, inl'if. jeweler; .1. II. Koblnson. J. P. an-l
notary tniblic; J. S. Peine, physician: 11. W.
Hostwlck, insurance auent ; K. !;. Jarboe. furetnun
St. (ius main, and K K. Walhridiji', lumber ana
saw mill, of Cairo; II. Lelnhtun, cashttr N .1.
Bank.Htuurt, Iowa; Hev. V. A. Wilk-rs-in, I'rv-i s
burir. Kjr.; -I.W. Tarry, physician, Ktillon, Kv
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C im'l Ave , between nth ami mth Ma.
M ANLT.UTL'KEK A I) KALE K IN ALL KINDS
Aniniuiil'.liiu oalderT'iiien always on bum! at
(icncnil ii'P'iirliiu In all kinds nf metal. Key
of nil detrrlpliou made to order, and satisfaction
warranted. Olvo nui a call, and be rntivitnril for
votimoir, at tnu t;n uf the Hlii tiL'.N,"
JOHN A. KOK1ILKH,
Itl Hin l'ronrleior, Cairo, 111.
Manufacturer ud Dealer In
htli Sli'iiiii., hotwoen Coni'l Avti. uil Luvue.
CHOKE BOUINO A SPEOIALTV
ALL KINDS OP AMUN'ITIOS.
Kafci Heialrcd. All Kind ol Koti Made.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, SATURDAY
n i i i -
A TENNESSEE TARGET.
The Colored Ravisher of a Whiti
Girl Riddled With Bullets.
Paddy Eyan, the Pudlist, Reported
Killed Ha is Grossly Insulted od
Learning of His Death-Latest Detail!
of the Minnesota Tornado -A Sioux
Indian Chief Boosts the " Logan "
N-iHiivii.i.E, Tctiu.. Atiirust 24.-.".).rifT
Biiiiipii-, of Wayne county, vaj mortally
wi.uinlod, ami Sillier McLean, a colored
lirute, riddled Willi bullet by a moti lust
niv'ht. Two week una McLean wm arret
ed for criminal iuaault on a w hite girl. At
the trial, before a tiiiiFi.rnte, be was ac
quitted, but was afterward indicted by the
trand jury and kept in Jail. A mob of .VXJ
from six Mii roiindiii;i.'oiiiitlc t;Mhi red and
proceeded to the Jail, .sheriff Bunipa.
rtlilcatored lo lead Me,i-in
mil. init was soon ui rounded and furred
tu retreat under cover of gun. Demand
were in i.le for Mi L -an. The aheriff ic
f ivd to kIvh up Ids prisoner, whnn the nn.b
bi-jruu firinj; from all Mile. Humpa or
dered McLean to f.rape. Just a he ,'nve
the commaml a ball nt ruck bin; in the neck,
"produciu? a fatal wound. The mob Hu n
opened tire on McLean, litrraJIv riddling
htm with no lei than 100 bullets. The
corpse was then subjected to all possible
rii Kuaieri About Kynn
CHlt'Afio, August The wildot ort
of ruinon were afloat all over town last
evenine to the effect that Paddy Ryan, the
pupilist, who expect shortly to have a bout
wit.i the c lampion, had been hot and
mortally wounded. It was aaid that lie had
met a harder bitter than himnelf In a bar
room and bad been woefully wounded, al
io that hi wife had hoc him and then
committed uicide. However, alon? about
midnight, Mr. Ryan showed up at hi place
of biisinea and wa creatly enraged to bear
of the rumor. H hurried homo to imparl
the cheerful intellipff oce to bis wife that he
was safe and douud and not even "half
The Hlanekoln I jelvoe.
RociiKiniR, August IW.Tb number of
peron killed by the Rochester, Minn.,
lyelone la now etimated at 33; wounded.
cJ. I'he dead were buried yetrday, full
three thnnsand mourryr and friend Join
liic in the funeral procession. Relief emu-mitu-es
In neighhonnR town are still col
lectins clothing and money. The deatl
list is being slowly increased by those, who
were fatally hurt but not killed oirtrtchu
A woman and a child are still musing. The
woman and a child are still miwdnt;. To
Quick family ot ten members are either
killed or wounded. Six of the child'en !ia
In a row in the hospital.
On the grounds o F. A. Poole a pin
board, six feet lonp and four Inches wide,
wan driven throujfb the six Inch trunk of a
maple, tree, and is now imbedde.d there.
At K iio n, south, great damage was done.
Hundreds of cattle, UtloogiDK to J. J.
Yaufranke, were killed in hi puntures.
THE NOBLE BCD Hi5
A Committee of the United States Senate
Talks With Ilim-Bunning Antelope
Wants Logan for President.
KoitT Yatia, Dakota, August 24. Sena
tor D.iwcs, Logan and Cameron, of the
committee to inquire into the grievance of
the Sioux Indians, h.vl a council here yes
terday with ftOO Indian, iuclndlng Sittins;
Hull and Rain-in-the-Face, who killed
Gen. Castor. Sitiins Hull told them that
he had been appointed by the Great Spirit
to speak to them, that he alone had the
richt to represent the Sioux. When in
formed that all should receive equal
recognition ho uaed Insulting
lanu.Mfeto them and left the council.
He afterward returned and apologized, and
said that he wished fS.OOO.OuO for the land
covered by agreement and which cedes
some 18,000 square miles of this ru&ervaiton
to Roernment In consideration of 25,000
cows and 1,000 bull. The Indians now be
lieve that tbry prefer land to cattle, and
wish to cunoel the bargain.
The Logan "boom" has struck tho
eiottx Indians. Kuunlng Antelope said
yesterday they hoped den. Lotran would
be thslr next Great Father. Tho com
mlitec started last uijjht for Cheyenne
Washi.nuton, D. C, August 24.
A telegram from IVnsacola, Kla., to the
J . . . . i . i
iiavy uepanment, iiateu yesteroay, savi
there are no.new enst-s amongl the marines
There Is iki new ease In Warrington. Tho
Surgeon-General of the Marino Hospital
.Service received the following telegram
from Lieutenant Commander Welch of the
Navy Yard at IVusacola as fnlbws: "Re
quest thu authority to employ five sanitary
policemen to make a hotisc-to-hotihc in
spection. ..Will you provide medicine 'and
physicians fnrjl those who are too poor
to pay, as thero me no private physi
In the villages which have understood the
sanitary work no Inspector has been ap
pointed. They may yet have to send to
New Orleans for one. There Is but one
physldau who will practice, and ho Is In
experienced with the matter. He thinks
one experienced physician from New Or
leans should be provided for the poor.
Tho Surgeon. General telegraphed In roply:
"You arc authorized to employ tivo police
men to make a house to house Inspection In
Warrington and Woolsey. Dease have tho
work commenced at once.
The Fire Keconi. '
North Vkrnon, lttd., August 24.
Tbomas A Hawley'e steam saw mill at La
vatt, six miles south, burned last night.
Loss about $2,000; no Insurance
I'ombrot. 0., August 24, A Are broke
out In Middle port Thursday, In a fram
house owuod by Wm. Park, and before II
could be checked nine bouses lu the vlclnl
Ity were destroyed, Ino udlng tho St. Jamei
A Newa-boy Wills a Bank Aeeuul.
Amsterdam, N. Y.. August 24. A
Kcbeufotady news-boy, named llaum, who
follows up Sc.honeoUdy sporting men, hai
thus far tnacto $1,400 by betting on the 8ar
atofa rtees thU summiu He bu opeoed s
7 hit VI eeU ' RiinI nraa.
Nkw York, August '24. -R. G. Dun A
O)., of the Mercantile Agency, report
that not hi hk has oemirej during the nick
to alter the general favorable condition
which exists for autumn business. Ilusl
tiess throughout the country has be.n wull
mainlained. t,e ,,, exchanges Indiciitinz
a considerable increase over the corres
ponding w,-ek of las. year, and there are
certnitily indications uf Increased activity at
Inanv leading centers. The condition of
4he money markets seem favorable and the
year i.eerlaiulv l.ke y lo be ouej of last
pioiiiietion. I'm, erraln nriiket bas b. en
irngiilir, but at times giving some cl
di'iiee of strengtli, but all advaucu in pri.e
1 11 subsequently lust. Provision
aie alsn li n gular wiin considerable fluctua
tions, bill closing weaker.
The wool trade is dull. In butter and
rhei-.e lni.in,... H inoilel' il.ely active, w ith
some export demand, lituil grade of
ulfi e ate in ln-ii.tr ileiniinil and at a slight
improvement in prices. Tea I du!l mid
uni'li.ing. d. IU' sugar is a little mure ac
tive m l prices steady, K-tined sugar is In
onlv moderate demand ut prices a trifle
reported for tm jav, throUghoill
the L'nlled Stat,. ai,rl ;anaila, lIo; against
I"-' last week. Distribution, New Kng
l.iinl stale. '.;:; Middle, '.it; Southern,
U i st. ni. 4s; P icitie sia'"s ami territories,
21; .V'iv York v" ity. 4; Canada, pi.
A .SlcRinboiil II nil Aaannllsxl.
Sr. l.nt iH, August gJ.-As Michael
Mui pllT, liiiile of one of the boats plying
b twern St. I ... 1 1 i and Kansas City, w.w
st.imling on the lc.p near the bridge
t uk, tig to a friend, at V) o'clock this morn
itiS. h" was iiit on Hi" ln-ad with a stone
mid Knocked senseless. Tnu stone was
throw n by a in uiu. wtiu escaped, though
Instandi-is who saw I lie ifsault tried to
capture linn. Murphy was removed to the
Dispensary and ttiene,- sent to the f ity Hos
pital. II was found that hi skull was frac
tured, and there i but Im p chance of hi
l i dVciy. From the sl.i'. ini-n ts made by
tin wounded in. ui it wnird m i in that the
nn'e bad i-til the lie; ro off his bunt at
Kansas (ity on his lat trip, the fellow
liav.ug been employed lis a rum's
A it aTi iij.i , August 24. Weather
iind warm. Attend nice fair and
t. The first race, three-fourth
tiilie La IB n ti 1st . RichurJ Loudseeund
Transit third. Time, 1:1T .
.Second race, for purse of .t-TTx . three-year-old
and upward (that had noi won
since July 2'1) one mile and seventy yards,
was won -iy Ajipollo, wit li Referee second,
and t'ope i.eo third; tune 1:4UV
Third race-fine mile, fyx) vurds: Roz
Fuurih race (siecple chase) -Oue and a
half miles; Mi- Moiusley first, (iuy
bolted. Fury tell. Kn ni and C'arlyle did
nut g et the course.
'I lie Missing Malileii,
M. Lot' is), August 24. There are no
new developments iu the case of the Mary
Churchill mystery. Detective Luwli-r said
tu a reporter yesterday: "I can hardly say
wont is t.ie mean ng of the expectancy in
the Churchill mansion that they would re-'
reive good news to-day. From what I
now of the ease don't believe
(liat the expe-ti-d good news
will come before M didav. ; is my linn
belief now Uiat everything will come out all
right, that nu particular bai m has been
dune, ami that the mrl will he liuuie in ;i
few days. I think she went off and tn-il a
lover and that she will come back
married. She was a good little thing, as
everybody testifies, and her mother may
have been u little strict in not allowing her
to hive tiny male company. She became
restless under resiiiiiiit ii till arranged to
go away. I think these facts will be
borne out by future develop
ment. It is this belief that makes her par
ents feel more contented.
Col. Clin rchill un still keeping watch aud
appeared quite anxious about soino tele
grain which he expected. lie would not
say where from, however, but re
plied with its receipt something certain
would be known. He was more than usu
ally reticent, ami it was evident his mind
was made tip to a speedy solution of the
I'oller.T I'rlees Advnuced.
Phimukli'HI a, August 24. The 'con
vention nf the 1' tilled Stales Rockingham
and Yellowstone Pottery Association has
decided to advance the price of wares,
which will be made public in a few
Teatimony Before the Senate Labor Com
mittee - The Benefits Obtained by
Nkw YuitK, August 24. -P. 11. McLo-
gan, the representative of the Chicago
Trades and Labor t'nious lu . session here,
testified before; the Senulo Sub-Comiuilleo
on Labor ami Kdncatiou. He said t iere
were iwetily-four trade represented in
tho Trades Assembly, embracing 17,000
working ni' ii. That he had been greatly
benefited by trade unions, and was now
n e iting a dollar a day more than before
the formation ol tun unions. In Chicago
i he vwigri of compositors were lower
than they were leu or twehe
yens ago. The witness opposed therm
vict labor contract, system. In Chicago a
number of children were at work, he said,
who should be ul school. Higher wages
lend lo produce a better mid mure Intel
ligent class of citizens, iind (hero t agen
ci al feeling a mung the laboring men thai
cupiiiilists ure trying lo grind them down.
In answer to a question hy Senator liliilr
the willies said the dlsbeliiers in Hie
Kvaiigelicul faith largely outnumbered the
M. D. Connelly, a primer, presi
dent of the Trade As
semidy at Cincinnati, testified.
lie spoke against the employment of
children of tender years. The trades union
beliellteil not only their members but all
enraged in them, Wltuess did nol think it
mi iniringement upon the rl-jhta of any mio
fur t be trade union to prevent him from
earning a trade, If all were permitted to
earn m certain trade, the result would bo
highly Injurious to every one working at It.
Win. C. Palmer, a Cleveland clgar-innkor,
testified that lit IWO the clgar-niakors of
Cleveland were gelling from W to 7 a
week. The I'nlon was organized
mid wages were r dsed to an average of $)
s week. Palmer did not think It fur lha
Interests of morality that muu and women
should work togethnr In tho same shop,
mid tho trade unions ure now endeavoring
In hi'lug about a reform In that respect.
The hours of labor should be reduced and
workmen should receive tbe whole of Ihs
Increased value of the product of b!i labor,
deducting fraui It otil.C the oos. of raw ma
terial mid bit fair lutoreat on the eaultxl I a-ToaUid.
1 TT1TTl1'P t-s, .
VUUUOl sj, 100,1.
THE FIGHT O.N rKANK.
The Trial of the Noted Bandit Progre:$-inj-Prosecuting-Attorney
Introductory Speech A Sen
U.I U IV,
an I Mis,
Mo., Auifiist 24.-Dick Md
Hite have arrived and occupy
quarters at the residence of Pcstmasiwr
Italunger. Lidilell this morni.ig showed
Up on the streets with two
1.HMJ NAVY RKVOI.I Kits) STKAI'PKIt TO HIS
This exhibition Is much resented hy the
better clauses, aud some of them talk about
pn venting It going any further. Mrs. Hito
lias remained closely within doors. Your
correspondent called upon her. Shu It
very comely, almost handsome and has re
niurkalile self-composure, .she says that
she has not seen Frank James
since 1S.SI, and has no idea what the li
expected lo testify to. Promptly at 8
o'ciock this morning
TIIK COURT CONVBNKIt,
the witnesses being excluded from the
ciiurt-tsoin. The attendance was not as
large s yesterday. A number of ladies
occupied seati on the stage. Judge Good
man announced tb.nl the counsel would be
allowed an hour in which to present the
case to me jury. Mr. Wallace, for the
stale, nad the Indictment , and then in a
clear, dispassionate, but graphic, manner
he told the story ol tho Winston robbery
ami the manner of the death of MacMillan,
who was shot through the beat! as ho. looked
Into the door of the smoking car.
I UK IHKtK mkn
in the smoking car were Frunk and Jeo
James and Wood nn. The two men who
took possession of the engine were Dick
Liddell and Clarence Ilite Mr. Wallace
then went into the history of the
conspiracy to rob the train at Winston,
and the life of the James bov in Ten
ncsse. The. band, as organized, 'in Tcnneg
see between 1877 and lKM. consisted of
Frank James, known as II. J. Woodsen In
.Yv-hviile, Jesse James, known as J. B.
Howard; Dick Liddell, known as Smith;
Hill Ryan, known as Tom Hill; F.d. Miller,
Wood Hlte and Clarence Hite. He fore the
return to Missouri Bill Ryar. was captured
aud brought to Missouri. Kd. Miller was
killed. The other five came to Missouri.
tne wives of the James boyg
them. The state
accom pa ning
Wil l. PttOVB THAT MRS. THANK JAMK9
received at Pace City, in Lafayette county,
a sewing machine, shipped from Nashville,
addressed to B. O. Woodsen, Frank's alias,
and :he machine was rc-sbipped to Mrs.
It.lston, Frank's mother-in-law.
Testimony will a, so be Introduced to
ahow thai the trang, before leaving Ken
tucky, shipped from .Samuel puitinu the
Implements of the robbery to John Fori, a
brother of Bob Ford, at Lexington, who
reshlpped that box to Richmond. Mr.
Wallace then weal on to foreshadow the
testimony of the Mate, locating the gang at
the house of Mrs. Samuels, lu Clay county,
and Mrs. Bolton, In Ray, and establishing
their presence near Winston oc the 'day of
the robbery. Qol. Phillips excepted to the
paiioime speech relating the conspiracy
on tne ground that It Is not alleged In the
iiiuiciineni. ine defense waived Its right
iu juesciiiaiion or tneir case, aud the tak
ing of testimony was commenced.
ii . Lf r.irtiiuiau, of Nashville, Tenn..
was put on the stand. He Identiiied Frank
James as the mau whom he had known as
II OOII..OU, havl.ig run a horse. rim nlfh
I nun ai tne lair grounds. During tho pro
gress or the testimony Mrs. Hite entered
i tne court-room accompanied by ber father.
uu uiessou Handsomely m a maroon
sua, wiin ngnt fitting basque with aeral
military trimmings, her face botng shaded
uy a uroaa-urimmea leehorn hat with
dropin? ostrich plumes. Her appearance
creaied quite a sensatioo. She showed
great sivr-;,.sessiou, while being sworn
aim ineu , pi iroua the court-room In a
stately manner to await the call of tho sher
in. r.annman testified to an acquaintance
with the entire gang iu Nanhvllle, knowing
them all by their aliases. The sparring of
counsel nas tairiy set in, and tho dufeuse
onjccis to almost every question. The
court very liberally construes the rules of
TIIK MOST INTKNHK BJtCITBMK.-ST
was caused hero at noon wheu Messrs. Har
tield, Davis and Judge Irving, the gentle
men who received warnings to be careful lu
their testimony two days ago, received the
St. Lons, April 2-1.
Messrs. Harlleid, Davis and Alex. Irving,
Ousts Your evidence against Frank
James will be watched by tried and true
friends of the hero. No oue but the writer
and one other know bow near Gov. Crit
tenden came to biting the dust In April,
1S.S2, on the Sunday afternoon that he rode
iu thu chair car from Jefferson
City to St. Louis. The pistol
was cocked twice aud only policy
prevented. Frank James has hundreds of
friends that will uever see him sacrlfJed,
iind will como to bis aid at the proper time.
If you are wise you will bo careful.
nwiodj . A. It. K,
The one addressod to Mr. Davis is
WRITTKN IN RED INK.
:o haiiiUrltiug Is free and bold, aud the
misspelling of words Is prob'ibly Inteutlon
al. It Is enclosed lu an envelonn of ii.n
Hotel Menfas, Sau Antoulo. The postmark
is the Wabash postal car, and It was evi
dently mailed at the Union Depot. Judge
li ving s letter Is written iu black, and Is
In a plain envelope,
J lines' attorneys denounce the author of
lias arrived, and is an interested auditor In
Telerpls Nlrlktsra' Ha?ITI.
sr. i.oua, August 24. A moonlight
excursion wui oe given on tho t baric P,
Ch iiiiciu next Thursday evening for the
"benefit of victimized telegraphers of the
bile strike, many being refused employ
ment by the companies" so the tickets
read. It desetves paironagn.
Sr. Jamu, Mo., August 24. -At W
o'clock last night .lame Anderson, an Iron
miner, was shot through the bowels aud
killed hi James Sherrlll, engaged as peter
Ctimgni'dner's llvery-stable keeper.
.lM,!M!!,,ah4 Visiters .
Nkw York, August 24. -Lord Coleridge
and party arrived early this morning . Tbej
were mot down tbe bay by a par.tr ef
friends and esoorted tq their hotel.
Hosvro.v, Mass., August 94. The cornet
anuouu:ed this morning aa have been dis
covered by Prof. Swtrt.al Rochester, proret
to be aot a comet, out a awbela.
THE OLD WORLD.
The Attitude of France and Germany Be
coming Alarminjj A Full Budget
of Forei.i News.
Losi.fw, August 24. -The Paris paper
glvti various- -.a.stnn for the article Includ
ing tin: ivja'jt uiiv-iltng at Courhevoie of
the iiMtiunient c .itncinorative of the de
fense of Paris. The vole for tne fortress
ar'uiery tour of inspection by General
Thlbaiidcn. the French Minister of War,
and the completion of the forts on the east
ern from l.-r, the Paris National states that
the idea of mobilizing tne French troops is
The press Insist that they hare given
Germany uu Just cause for offense. They
say France sincere y desires peace. She
should k"epcalm, but bo prepared for aa
Sir stuffur J N'orthcote, probably on ac
count of poor balth, will resiun the lead
ership of the Conservative party.
The government has granted a pension ef
2."0 a year to Matthew Arnold, the poet
Time again comments on the articles
against France recently published In the
Berlin North German Gazett, and which
attracted so much attention throughout
Europe, say the (iaz'tte's article Is a prose
and deliberate Insult. If it falls to shock
the public opinion of Kurope It Is only be
cause we are accustomed lo henr Germauy
address France lu term wholly unknown
to Kuropean diplomacy. To prefer an un
tenslilo charge In language calculated to
wound and humiliate France U an outrage
upon decency and courtesy. Diplomacy
his abundant resources for conducting con
troversies without resorting to the lanruase
of vulgar menace.
Hkui is, August 21. At a meeting of the
workiiigmeii at Munich last evening Social
ist D-uuly Volmar made a speech. The
police interfered to stop the meeting
and wounded several persons who resisted
The Foreign Ofllee sent a circular to
various Federal states urging the subscrip
tion of money for the relief of the sufferer
by the earthquake at Ischla. EJ
The Cologne Gazette hints that the
Reichstag was summoned owing to an In
tention to mobilize the troops.
Dt rrt.ts, August 24. Karl Spencer, the
Lord Lieutenant, speaking in Cork last ev
ening said that lie trusted that tho days of
bnierncss and crime aud agitation lu Ire
land was past aud that thetcouutry could
look forward to practical measures la poll
tics and prosperity in the land. "
Vienna, August 24. -The V death ef
Chambord occurred this morning. He re
mained conciou to with a moment of hi
death. There will be no public fun
eral service at Trohs.iorff. The obseqnte
will he celebrated at Goriti a week benee.
Alexandria, August 24. There were
thirty-three deaths from cholera yesterday.
No deaths from the disease were reported
from Cairo yesterday. Toe cholera Is de
creasing In the provinces.
Copkmiagk.s, August 24. -The Caur stxj
Czarina uf Russia, ure expected to visit the
royal family of Denmark iu a short time.
CATTLE Trade this morning: was slow.
There was but few order In hand
and the number of good cat
tle of any kind was 100 small to make a
market. Exporter fci 7.Vi 00; rood
to heavy do Is') 2,Kc"i 6V3: llifht to fair .ti 7v-
SOU; co, union to medium 14 4o74 ); fir
to good Colorado WkA) 10; southwest $3 75
4 ; grass Texan W 2,Vi4 ui): iiirht t..
good stockers 1 JOo! 7a; fair lo good feed
era 7.Va4 2A; common to choice nu.t
cows and heifers 1 uo3 24; soalla,vas el
auy kind fi f.0; good butchot steer
aud spaved heifers 4-t(r4 40.
HOGS-Receipts 2.770 bead; shipment
77(1 bead. Weak, unsettled and linuid.
at a decline of Use to inc. Light to
good Yorkers $0 5,vjj CO; common rouge,
mixed to good packing J4 6fxV 00; bate,
ers' $.) bio". 2ft ; Philadelphia $JiV 20:
skips and culls HfotCtti'i,
Sllhl'.P Common, medl.ini ami llt.
$2 fowt Xl; fair to good VI 40il f; prim
$3 7.rf4 2ft; fair to good Texan f2 7.V(i3 ;
stockers 7oO2 40; lambs Vi 2VA) li.
ft 11 r.. i Lower: cJosini? at ti ota-
Allgllst; tl 01X .Seutembur: Si 0.1 at )...
tober; l iioSi Novwnber: M 01 w mar.
CORN -Lower: 51 Amtif cok
September; 50 October; 48 Noaretn
ber; 4H1, year; 47i May.
OA IS Higher; 20K Auim.st! 28k- nn-
toruber; 2iiS October; 26 year; 29 Ma.
. BT. LOt'M.
W II K AT Lower; cloetneat SI l a. Au.
rtiHt: $1 OH1, a. Sepinnirter; $lUKt a. Octo
ber; 1 10 a. November; $10J a. vnar.
CORN Weaker; 4."iS A u mist: S.n.
Umber; 4(1 October; 411 b. November:
41W4U year; 43 l. May. '
OATS-Hrm;2.V August; 26V b. Sep.
temner; g ucioin r; 2ft , b. veart tM
May. Provisions lower. Hogs lower.
ton ailrr I'roUnee.
BUTTER Creamnrv snln . tooi
hulee to fancy to 22 fur. ilittliini ancin i
Bt dairy rates; dairy at I.V17 for choice t
fancy; ralr to gond tutt'l: I'.nmmrtii fLM
Country pscked-,simr, ,.no,,n gt ,Bt
oo in ,mi. lieeeipt ,4oo tb. Tbe
call from the local trade for choice aud fan
cy qua tiles was fair, with ample stipplr to
meet all wants.
EGGS-llccelpisiiu pk'g,. .iv at tie
good mark; doubtful slock lower.
POl l.TRY-Reivlpt were rather light,
but the nfferlngs were fully adequate im
the demand. We quote: Spring chicken
Small tlfojl J,), mcdiuin to good-sUed $1 60
(tt 75 (nr fair to good. W and fancy full
grown 2ft. Cocks $,Vir2 7ft.V3 jMmls
ed ami St 'ii.rfd fto for hens; Spiiug aucks
Wheat, arrived dull aud depressed; corn
arrived unchanged. Wheat to rrlve
dull and negieeted; corn to arrive flrmar.
Mark Ijine Wheat dull and easier; eon
sternly. Red winter and California wheat
off coast declined ttnJUd; red winter wheat
and mixed American corn to arrive ad
vanced IkoSld. SDOt wheat la rlnll
and .easier: No. surlnv i N a
spring none lu marks'.; Western winter to
Id. Mixed Western corn firm at 5 84.
Demand from tbe United Khwdmn ana
Continent dull and neglected In wheat aad
dull for corn. Receipt wheat paat week
'gtUVsl eeiifil. of which 271,000 wr
American. California wheat daeilaedUL.
i'ouuuy markets a shade lower