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St. Louis and Chicago.
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irrlTinelo M Uulft 4S..W.; Clilcnj.1., N :30 p.m.;
Connecting at Odin and hftltorliaiu tor Cinc.u
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Uol'KS tu advance ot any other route.
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MKKPINiiCAK Cairo to Cu.c;nntt. w.th'.-r
rbanite, and through sleeper to st l.onU ot
Fast Time Kast.
D. .......nuiHi ht ibis line o thrown to K.st.
I KSSeilJIf IS i-ru point without any dt.ay
reused by Sunday Intervene. I n- ai;
none train from Cairo arrive Id ne w o'k Mow.i
nnrntU!atJ::Jl. Tuirty-al buursiu advanced
VKorXouch ticket. Mid farther Information,
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tiin Ui lime In city pnrertt.
rhaiiire Minr i nl. ac-
M. MlMtMlY. P. M.
AIH0 BAPTIST. -Corner Tenth and Poplar
hint? everv Sumliw nio hint: ind
Bluht at usual hour. Prayer rr.eei.i.it W tdtc
day ulgUt; sundsy chcoi. 11 mi .m.
7 Hev. A. W. Vcd.MIA, Pastor.
nlll'RCU OF THE KKUKKMKK -ttplacopal
K.J Fourteenth tre' i Sunday 7'ixi in.. Holy
Cotunmnlou 10:31 a. m.. Momlnr Piavers 11 a. in.
Sunday ctioo)3p. m.. Kfeulim Prayers 7:u p.m
f P I'avenrort, H. T. I. Hectot.
I'MtST MISSION AH V HAPT1ST ClirKCH
T I'rea'-hli.g at 10 o a. n... p. m and T:S() p. m.
,l.hath ichool at p. m Hev. T. J. Shoie,
It'l'llKltAN-Thirieerth utr'C'i pcrvli.t. Sab
t bath 1 ::MI a. m.' Sunday achool II p m. Kev.
s nappe, past )r.
E'l 1IODIST Cor. KU'hth and 'rt aletit street
II '.U. m. and 7 .10 p. m.
nnday Scbo,.l at .4 :tM) p
m. Hev. J. A. rjeairett.
l l KKSHYTKKI AN-
Klirhth tieet: p'eacnlnK on
a. ir.. and T an p. m.i prsver
1 Ss.bt.aih at Html
oieetlnif Wednesdur at 7:H')p. m.j sniiday Hchtiol
it 8 p. in- Kuv B. V. Ueorw, pastor.
ST. .IOSKPI1 HiHoumn Catholic) Corner UruM
and SValnut atrect; servtees Sabbath 10:n.
n.; Sui ilay School at p. m.j V'eier 3 p. m.jser
m e vry day at S a m. Kor, O'Uar, Priest,
ST. PATKICK'H-(Homii Catholic) Corner Ninth
ttreet and Washington avenue; service Hab
oath Band 10 a. m.i Vesper 8 p. m.i Sunday School
t p, m. tervlcct every day al a. m. Hev, Mast iner
Mayor-Thorn. VV. lliit'y.
Treasurer Charbl K. Nelhs.
Clerk -DennlP. J, Foley,
Coiuielor--Wm. H. Ullliurl.
Mrhal L, 11. Meyer.
Attorney William ller.drlcki.
BOAHU or ALDNHM1M
Kirpt Wrd-Wm.McHale, Harry Walker.
Second Ward-Jcsac llinkln, t'. N. Iluuhti.
Third Wrd-lt. F. Ulake, Kgwrt Snillh.
Fourth Ward-Cbarlei 0. Patler, Adoiph 8wo-
bKlrth Ward-Cba. Lancaster. Henry Htotit.
Circuit tliirlgn-O.tl. ker.
j'lsr.ii tC erk-A. ii. irvin.
ConntV J lldgotl. noinusuu.
nonnty Attorney- "'"".',",'"
County Treasurer-MtlMl W. Parker.
Sheriff John Hodge.
Coroner B. Fltswald
County CouimlloniirT. W. llallldaj, .1.
Uilcaher and Pcwr Sun.
Until you havo teen our New Hook
Battles for the Union
.Relit on ilijht.
Ir. O. BOX 61.
riREniofi run, co.,
OH 0 LER A!
'1 In) moNt powerful AnliMptio
WILL PKKVENT THE CHOLERA.
Tht moat powerful An
tmepllc aceiit w h I h
cheuiirtry ban produced.
It tico oltlur inter
nally or externally ren
der all It cciih'k In con
tact with, pure., awevt
and clean, the produc
tion of dlpteas, ip'rim
rca.e. and the patii nt
W hen lined on I'lcera,
SchIiIh. Iltiro., Gruptlinet
ami rSnrea it atop all
Pain, Rweetena the art.
and v-romotei the rapid
lormatiou of h e a 1 1 hy
It lit a fiict established
l)y Science 'hut many
disease are Introdureil
by pBtrlticatliiii, which
reproduces Itself mid
propositi! this disease
In ever widening circle.
These d'aeate ireiier
atts camtaitlon unci fill the
air with death. Such la
that dread Terror,
wulrh la now devastat
ing the Kant aud ad
anclnu on Hit mission
oX UIQ rapidly toward
our ahorea. Other dl-
cae of ttia m( fort
ire Dlphtheia, Typh
oid Fever. starlet Fever,
hum l l'oi, M e a I ,
Vehow Fever, Kry-lp-etas,
eti;. All these gen
It vxiio.ure in a ni'.k
room. Cedar, CloHet or
Stall , pur'fle the Vt
monphere and ilrlvea
away the Ke'nia of fill
ea.e and death.
erate contaiilon. Other
dii-cases r' e v e r and
Agu- Ma prial Fcier,
etc., arife from coma
Kioii b:ch come of
dampness, unhealthy Mt-natioui-
Taken Internally It
punll"K tho Moma:b,
Hiviujf it tone and
healthy viuor Itia'l.ua
that It cure liiillv'e.ti'jn
Al! tt.ee L)lf aBi-H can
be cured only by inp
pini; the production of
innate (jerom and de
alroini; tho.e alreidy
pr.dneed. buth thene
When ued a a T.o'lon
It detroy all FretKle
aul h.otcli produelug
lierm, leaving the .kin
clear, white and ram
ni. rent an that of a Utile
re"Ulm are arcon)pli'h. d i child
hv the ui-e of Fiof i
Iiarhy preparat'on of
liiiraeie Arid and Chlo
rine, knuwu at
It rentier's all ll
comes In cin-
(net with Pure
Spare doe. i ot permit un to came of the ue to
wb e.h tlr Kret irin-dei,tMer I applieable.
A.W your DruiuiM for printed matter descriptive
uf lta neerulnva, or audreae
J. II. ZEIUN Sc CO ,
Mauufact -jrlini C'ben.la, I'll I I.AUtLF'II I K.
W)cem it pe rjiottle .Pi n t Bottle, tl .00.
.KOHGE II. LEACH, M.D.
PHYSICIAN cfe SURGEON.
Sneclal attention nald to the II .ruei pathic tr at
mi ni of curt'lcal di.eneea, and dlfeanei! of women
and chl riren.
OFFICE On 1Kb street, oppceitc the Post
office, Cairo, 111
yyi. J. E. .STRONG,
128 CoiiiiiifTfial Ave, Cairo, III.
V.U'OU, EUICTKO-VAPOH aso MEDIC ATKD
A lady in attendaure.
W. C. JOCKLYN,
D K NT1S T .
ijFI'Ii K -Riifhtli Stri-el near Tomf erria'. Aierun
E W. WHITLOCK,
Orrti l No. i: Commercial
?M''n(1 V'iiti S'wtj
Manufacturer and Dealor In
tith Streci, belween Com'l Avu. ud Levee.
CHOICE UOItlNO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMUNITION.
Siifep liesalrnd. All Kinds ol Kev Made,
Cairo A St. Louis Packet.
The palatial Anchor Line steamer
Will 'eave Cairo every Saturday and Tuesday even
lug at R o'clock, giving Cairo daily boat for Hi.
For particular a rate, ate,, apply to Capt.
Tho. W. Hhiulils. Uuneitl Auent. or Hoi A. Silver.
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ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNING, SKPTKMBER 2.
RIFLES FOR REUS, i
Proposed Gift of Rifles to Indians
Argument of the Frank James Onse
Will Begin Monday Morning Oon
viotion Almost Certain Bank and
Treasury Statements -News From All
Over the World.
Washington, Sept. 1. Information
reaches here of a great aiir amoni; tho pot
iradera at St. Michuel'a, on the Ala-ka
coasT, over the proposed gift of rifles and
ammunition to the natives of St. Lawrence;
Bay, who befriended the officer ajid crew
of the lout Rudder. Lletlt. Stoney, ottbo
navy, some time took paspajje In the reve
nue ateamer Corwin tn charge of rift",,
amniunition and other article, to he pre
nented to the St. Lawrence Hay Indian
an a recognition on the part ot our govern
ment of the kind treatment of the Kuil r,'
crew. Lieut. Stoney ha Just reached si.
Michael', and in a letter io the. Nivy
department ntate thata stromr feelini? of
opposition i inauiftteil among the n-j-i-denli.
of that part asrainst his delivering the
goods. The protest is made in conse
quence of fear of a massacre at tht hau ls
of the IndlaDS of Norton Sound. The
traders claim that if the rifles are given to
the st. Lawrence Bay Indians, altbntiti
thev are on the Siberian coast, their un
controllable habit for trading will result
in their exchanging the guns
with the Indians of Caoe Pilnce of
Wales, across the strait, and the effect will
be that the Norton Sound aavages w:ll uet
the guns and then make trouble. Lieut.
Stoney is of the opiuion thu these people
are giving tticmselvea unneces
sary alarm. In the lirst
place he does not think the St. Law
rmce Bay Indians would part with their
nfl s if they once got them in their posses
sion, and in case some other tribe of Indian
on the Siberian coast should hy some means
secure aay of them it is hardly poasible to
suppose that the guns would ever get
across the strait and then down the coast
beyond St Michael's until Norton's Sound
was reached. Lieut. Stoney is anxious to
complete his errand, and return
home, but, in view of the laws prohibiting
the distribution of weapons of
war to savage., and the pro
tect! of the whiles, he finds hiinelf unable
to decide upon wbat course to pursue, and
will probably remain where be is until Sue
ictarv Chandler is beard from.
lenr ('it f Unlit.
Frkuerick, Ind., September 1. Ir.
Harrison Waguer, the famous litigant of
this state, was tried aud found guilty to
day on a number of additional charges of
contempt of court. In attempting to renew
actions which had been enjoined, and he.
was afterward sentenced to one year's
imprisonment and to pay a fine of IoO in
each of seven cases and tho cost of the
prosecution, which will amount to be
tween fci.OOO and W.000 more. Mr. K.
(iriswo.d, of Washington, who appeared a
counsel for the prisoner, abandoned
the ca.se at an early stage and com
mended his client to the tender mercy of
the court. The court, in passing sentence,
said that when confronted by such a myriad
of Judgments, all of which were monstrous
frauds, the very extent of the litigation out
run the power of the law to punish. The
number of Judgments obtained by Wagner
several years aco and which were restrained
by the court was 136 for $127,8;ii. The
costs on these amounted to nearly $2,fni0.
He recently placed1 iu the band of Mcssis.
Hancock. Hayes and Griswold. of Washing
ton, I). C, 8,4-IH additional ttnlgruents foi
s9S each against the Adam Express com
pany foi suit tn the Supreme court of the
Read; for Arguaaeatt.
CiaU.atin, Mo., Sept. 1. The Franl
Jaraet case was concluded, to far as th
testimony is concerned, tit 11:15 this morn
Ing. The evidence adduced this forcnooi
was unimportant, the state introducing sev
eral witnesses to showthatthe witness Bros
insa, the Gallatin attorney who was o;
the robbed train, and who declared
that the defendant was not one of
(be robbers, bad on numerous oc
casions after the robbery told friends that
the rubbers were fifteen feet high and
had revolvers four feet long, the infer
e ice being that he was not a reliable wit
n ss. Major McGee, of Gallatin, was also
permitted to testify to the Incident of tho
robbery. Ife laid that there were three
men in the ear; that one did no shooting,
but cut the bell-rope, and that, ho could
not identify the defendant as one of
the men. The arguments will begin on
Monday and will probably occupy two
Nympatbr for Murderer.
Uniontown, l'a., Sept. 1. It has been
hard to get counsel to assist 1'rosocutlng
Attorney Young In the trial of young Nutt.
who murdered Dukes. To-day pavid
Patterson appear In the case aud assists
District Attorney Johnson. The trial
begins September 6. Many gratuitous nf
fers of counsel for the defense h ive In"
I'lilille llelil Ntnienif ill.
Washington, Sept. I. The decrease o
the public debt during August was tHJol,
m. I'lish in treasury, .fciil.iiiKt.IWi; gold
certificates, ts2.!li,740; silver, t!.i'd,
IWlj certlllcates of deposit, $1 2, 14...O0O;
refunding certificates, fc:t4,s."0; legel tend
er, $i!W(eni.Olil: fracitnnal curi'onev.
007, "!KI. Decrease since June U, fl t,5"-.-U'2.
Washinoton, Sept. 1, Tho condition
of the Treasury to-day shows: Gold coin
and bullion (U,I,')0,U28; silver dollars and
bullion, Uft,0'.H,0,-)7j fractional silver coin,
M7, 818,181); Culled State notes, $M.IU7,
",'U. Total, $4H4. inn. 8M). Certltlciites out
standing: Gold, !K,4, :):', 4;i0; sliver, v
4111,771 J currency, $12,063,000.
New York, Sopt. 1. Loans, decrease,
ft. 713, 0(H); ftpecle, Increase, tli'l.flOO;
legal tenders, decrease, $104, '.'00 deposits,
decrease, $,3;ih,00U; clnmlatloii, Increase,
117,700; reserve Increase, WOOO. Tue
batik uow hold $0,224,000 Iu excess of
their legal reuulremeat.
Th Wftke Went An ll the Nnnie.
Sr. Louis, Sipt. 1. There wa tho
liveliest kind of a wako at I'.tt U'eldi's
house In Carondelet on Tuesday ni.'ht, and
the corpse took part In the festivities, .Mr.
Welsh received a postal card from st.
Louis, on Monday, saying that bis seven-
teen.years-nltl daughter was ill. On Tues
day came a letter, signed by the girl' em
plover, saying she v as dead. The grief
stricken mother sent a cii'ek iiuh
enger to tho Vulcan Work for
her husband, who went at
once to an undertaker and en
g.iL'i'd all his carriages for the funeral next
dav. Then, with an ice-box on the under
taker's wagon he started up to the city for
the body. The bereaved parent alighted al
the house and knocked a ftineral-iiiutll -d
rap or two upon the door. And lo, ll was
opened unto him by the daughter herself,
rosy and bouncing as usual. She had not
even been ick. A soon as Mr.
Welsh took in the. situation he sent the
undertaker's driver for the beer and
there was great rejoicing for a time.
Meanwhile the bereaved mother was ac
tively preparing for the wake at homo.
A large and varied assortment of liquors
was obtained, pipes aud tobacco were
got ready and supper for the sorrowing
friends liberally provided. The mourner
arrived promptly, according to in
vitation, and were not deferred from cnn
soling the parents hy the trifling Cir
cumstance that t e corpse was alive.
The exrrclses continued until a lute
hour and the corpse was the belle of the
Krtnru nf I lie Hnluhi Teuiplnr.
Sr. Louis. Sept. 1.-anhoe ami Asia
Ion comtnanderies, Kniirlits Templar, w:th
their frien. Is, returned this afternoon fn iu
the grand trice nial conclave recently held
at San Francisco. The families and friends
of the munbers returned with them, and
immediately on their arrival took carriage
for their homes, The Kniirlits who return
ed were r ceived by tue stay-at-hotne. dele
gation of their cnininan lei ies with l'ostle
waito's bund. Aline Wis formed at the
depot, and, headed by the band, the coin
mandenes in double column marched to tho
Southern hotel. They then assembled iu
the reading room, and speeches were made
by Messrs. l'ozzoni of No, 8, McCune of
No. 8. Aglar of No. ID and Coleman of the
Grand Commander of Louisani. The
Knights expressed themselves as being de
lighted with their trip. They said they
were treated splendidly and would never
rest until they bad assured tbciiHelvB that
the visitors to the next conclave, w liitsn is
to be held in lNi, would be treated a well
as they bad been.
mUnllng tue American. I
London, Sept. 1. The circular sent to
the British seaports by the Executive Com
mittee of the International Fisheries Ex
hibition, recommending that the Amer
ican method of catching mackerel nnd her
ritiL's be shown to the evjast population,
strongly suggesis that an Amcricn tisb
sctn oner will be hired to come to Great
Britiah and visit all the principal centers of
the drift net fisheries for the purpose of
demont ratine to English fishermen the
nioite of working the purse seine net, and
its sreat effectiveness. Tho circular stig
ge. fiat tho expenses of the experiment
lie Inline by the Exhibition Committee.
Washington, Sept. 1. The executive,
order consolidating the internal revenue
collection districts, so far a it affect. the
following named districts, was put Into op
eration to-day: The Eighth Illinois and the
District of Oregon; the Fifth district of
New .Mexico, to he transferred to the new
collector on the 6th lint. No date is yet
fixed for consnlirtalinsr the districts of Cali
fornia. The executive order has been sus
pended so far as ii relates to the districts of
Wisconsin, aud there will be no change in
that state until after the President's return.
ritii.AHKi.rHiA, Sept. 1, The Septem
ber circular prints of the Philadelphia and
Reading Coal and Iron company for line
a id city trade read as follows: White-ash
coal at Schu; kill Haven, lump, steamboat
and broken, $2 7.": egg, 2 83; stove Htid
small stove, $.1 1,V chestnut $3 and pea
1 40. Hartcr prices for white. ashcoat, de
1 vered an board Nessels at Port Richmond,
ii ;v) for lumps, steamboat and broken,
4 4H for egg, $1 20 for stove and tJ S3 for
MIT A Oil.tMt AI M..
Consequently the Government Could Not
Make a Case Against the Alleged Ku
Klux. Macon, (ia., Sept. 1. The last of the
trials growing out of the Twiggs county ku
Muxiug case was settled in the Fulled
States Commissi iiier's court to-day. T he
case of Solmnen Coleman (colored) vs.
Hard, Sim and tho Perry brothers, was
dismissed. The prosecution charged, on
Cn!i nun's statement, that thu prisoner
went to his house in the night time, drove
liim some distance under drawn pistols,
tied his hand and feet, and whipped lit ill
poiind'y with a bugry trace, After the
whipping Coleman said that he walked to
.Macon and reported the, caso to tho
police and United States Mar
shal Lock. Oh his statement warrant
were Issued and the prisoner was brought
before Commissioner W. W. Brown, The
defense Introduced no witnesses, but
argued ttiat thu whipping had not been ad
ministered on account of color; that the
stale of Georgia had no legislation hostllo
to negroes; that
ns laws cnvicitr:!) ttik cask
and that Die United Stales had no Jurisdic
tion. After a full hearing, Commissioner
Brown dismissed the caso and discharged
the prisoners. Coleman is a South Csrolina
negro who worked his way Into Georgia
and lived for two vears near Muilctta,
He went to Twiggs county, where
worked bv the day. One tin v
camo to Macon, became drunk
disorderly and worked out
davs' sentonco in the ehaln-vatig, II"
went back to Twiggs, ami ha lug only M
cents, took a noiintruut for a fish pond for
$1:13. He offered laborers ft pel dav, draw
Ing thorn from the pliinla'loiis In the neigh
borhood. Knowing his inability to pay. tho
young men drew Incensed and resorted to
this method of bettering matters. After the
arrest of the prisoner Coleman endeavored
to leave the city, but. was arrested by order
of tho United States marshal. Having been
searched, he was found to have, $20, Ho
saltl It was given htm by Dr. Bull and Mr.
Bond to leave the city. Bond and Bull
wero arrested for tampering with a witness,
and wore to day hound ovor tn appear ot
the next term of the United States circuit
court. Thl dispose of the sensallnial re
port of the New York Hera'd. The Kui'
era! officer docldcd thai thu govoruiucnt
haa Bn CAjua.
N niF. sew torr pur.
VVba' the Leading Journalut of th
Nation' Metropolis Bald Yesterday.
Nr.w okk, Sept. 1. The Woild ays:
"Ii I- consoling to be reassured by lha
president of the Western I'nlon Teiegrapa
company with the information that th
largest stockholder of the company doe,
not control It. There are 2, (WO stockhold
ers and the largest steckholder own only
about S.'ltt.Ooo, 000 of stock. The other 2,
fiW stockholder own $M, 000,000 anil of
Bourse control It. Just through cuno-ity
we should liku to know how much of t
slock is owned hy let u say Ihn thirteen
largest stoi kiiohlcts. II iw much of it Is
ow ned l y the directors?"
Tho Times: say "When called upon to
face uon -political question which cut
acros party lire, the shrewdest candidate
may stumble and damage his 'record' with
some portion nf hi constituents. Mr. Car
lisle has fonnd this out. In order to he
speaker of the House of Representative It
Is necessary for Mr. Carllslo to get the
vote of most of the Southern Democratic
member. Bui hi enemies have discov
ered evident e that ho has indiscreetly op
posed the sehemea for Improving the Mis
sissippi river at the expense of the nation.
This charge, if proved to the satisfaction ol
the people nf the Mississippi Valley, woHld
undoubtedly cost Mr. Carlisle some vote.
To counteract the impression that be I hot
tile to the river Improvements his frlendi
are now Industriously dlstrihutlug a circu
lar in wbichan atlempf ia made lo refute
the charge made against him."
The Sun says: "The Republican ol
M issaehiisotts are In a bad stite of mind.
In fact they are scared almost to death.
One day they read Collector Wortblngton'i
stalwart, and formerly Butlerite, Traveler,
and try to persuade themselves that wicked
Ben Butler has lost strength In the date
and can bu beaten next fall, and next day
they take their bead out of the sand long
enough to see that the handsome Col. Pul
sifer. once the pride of Talbot's staff, leavej
tint Herald in doubt as to whether 'the old
man' will run again or not. But tba
Republican Journal in Massachusetts are
afraid that he will run again, and that they
will have to run away from htm again."
The Tribune says: "A satisfactory piece
of news comes from Kansas: Owing to the
determination of the Governor and Attorney-General
of that state to enforce the law
a'.-aitist prize-fighting the Slade-Mitchell
match has been declared off. Now, if
oil er sta'es will follow the excellent exam
ple set by Kansas, the brutalities of the
prize ring may yet be suppressed. It ll
not creditable to a civilized, Christian
country that prize fights and slugging
matches are not only possible but popular."
The Herald says: "The Chairman of the
I'enmylvania Democratic Committee thinks
his parly's prospects for success good, and
add, as one of the hopeful signs, that
the Democratic voter do not care much
how O iio gees. They are sensible people."
Wood on Flr.
H cntkk's Point, L. I., Sept. 1. Tht
road between West Deer park and Farm
in.'ilale along the line of the Long Uland
r.iiliout was iirei by sparks from a loco-
inntiv . Over four mills were burned, nd
the tite is still extending. The district Is
sparsely auttled, but several families wert
driven tiom their houses by thu approach
or tue names, unless rain falls the whole
district, covering many miles, will be de
vasiatcd. There are no facilities for arrest
ing the lire.
Tho liffeet of Itrtnaion.
Sr. Lot is. Sept. 1. A larger number
of saloons will he opened to-morrow than
on any other Sunday since the enforcement
of the Downing law. Tbls fact will be den
to Judge Noonan's decision in the Lemp
ease. Otherwise the observance of Sunday
will be the same. The barber shops will
be closed, as the barber eases have not yet
been reached. A decision will be given on
them ih'oImI'Iv next Wednesday.
A New Dully Newapnper.
Dktroit, Sept. 1, The first numoer of
new afternoon dally was Issued In this city
to-day at 1 o'clock, named the Evening
Journal, with Lloyd Brczeo a editor, and
(.'. C. Packard, recently In the Toledo
Telegram as business manager. The news
papers staits off with a strong forco of
editors and good financial backing. Tr
ipper has excellent prospect, and l ' '
pendjht in politic.
Mm.wackk, Wis., Sept. l.-Jvion
Dewner, atono tlmo associate Justice of lb
Wisconsin Supreme court, Is dead, e was
aged 70 years. He came to Milwaukee la
1812 and was the first editor of the Milwau
kee Daily .Sentinel, afterwards enuring the
leval profession, He leaves a wife but no
children. His estate Is estimated at s
quarter of a million.
Too tuny Itlpe I't-nrheii.
Nkwaiik, N. J.. Sept. 1. Report from
the pencil-raising district of New Jursey
sav that the crop will bo very plentiful.
Pipieh-itrowers agree that the season has
been for I, and that tho fruit Is ripening
too fast. Already In somo quarters tho
irround Is covered with fruit that has fallen
from the trees.
A iM'ket Hank.
QKvansvii.i.k, Ind. , Sept. 1. A tela
phone message from Caseyvlllo this morn
ng says the ulllcers of the steamer Hudson
reported that the Joseph N. Thorp, of the
( uiro I'aeket line, struck a hidden obstruc
tion off Cowper's bar, near Sttiltliland, and
A aMl) Rumor,
Evansvim.K, Ind., dept. I. The re
port about small-pox being prevalent here
in epidemic form I false. It I ciedltably
stated tjiat only four case are In tho
hospital, which Is three miles from the
Nhrep alientl Knee.
Siiici'.I'siikaI), Bay, Sept. 1. The at
t f 1 1 t in ifti at the races Is good. Fair
weather, I he first race of five furlongs for
all age wa won by Bnoljack, W, P.
Iliiri'li second; Pearl Jennings thlid. Time,
Mate Attorney In Trouble,
CiilcAiio, Sept. I. Special report that
warrants are nut for the arrest of Alva
Luck, the Mate attorney for Peoria coun
ty, II!., owing to an alleged shortage of
$10,000 Iu his accounts.
Boston, Sept. I. The Amerlcau
W iiiniin 's Suffrage association will hold an
annual meeting at '.he Brooklyn Academy of
Music, October V and 10.
Itlllv llvdor, of St, Louis on trial at Hen
ton, Krk., (or killing O'Brien at Ho
Hprlngs, Ark. i two yrara ago, wa Mquit
THE FOREIGN FOLIO.
LoNtiov, Sopt. I. Queen Victorlasent a
nu.'iutieent bouquet or lilies and whit
roses to Fiohsdorf to be placed on Cham
CAT IT. K IHSF.ASK.
Foot and mouth disease is Increasing
alarmingly among the cattle in Eng
land. MONKY RAISRO.
At a meet lie.' of Irishmen in London last
night, mnnev was subscribed to pay an em
inent solicitor to defend O'Donnell, the
slayer of James Cary.
Since the conviction of Dr. Galla-her and
other dynamite conspirators, the Loudon
police bavo closely pursued the clews which
have been obtained in regard to other mem
ber of the ganj and which Is believed will
establish the facta that relation exist be
tween lllegel societies of England and
G lahoiiw, Sept. 1. The police decline to
reveal the source of the Inform itlon which
led to the arrest yesterday of the six Irish
men charged with having been connected
with an attempt to destroy property here
last January. The men were all arrested
at the same time in different pari of the
city. The bouse In which tbey live were
searched by the police. The prisoners are
charged with blowing up the larget gas
ometer In tho city, destroying a railroad
shed and attempting id destroy with dy
namite tho aqueduct of the Perth and Clyde
canal. Another Irishman named Douneily
was arrested here on the same charge.
Vienna, Sept. 1. The Emperor FrancD
Joseph yesterday reeeived the Orleans
Princess. Three thousand Frenchmen have
arrived at Gorlu to attend the funeral of
Chambord. It Is expected that two thous
and more will be present on tbe day of the
funeral. The Countess Chambord received
the Orleans Princess with great ceremonial.
Batavia, Sept. 1. Coffee and suirar
crops iu Bantam have suffered severely
from the volcanic eruptions and the tidal
waves. Several European aud officials al
among the dead and missing.
Alexandria, Sept. 1. There v ere 51
death from cholera h ;re yesterduy. The
death rato among the British troops in
Egypt has fallen to 6 per cent.
Bkri.IN, Sept. 1. Baron Von Manteti
field, the Get man commander nf Alsace
Loraine, has closed the Freuch Lltrary club
St. Pktkiisbcku. Sept. 1. The Russ'an
court goes into mourning five days for
Boston, Mass., Sept. 1. A gentleman
writing from Augusta, Me., sav: 'l
rassed an hour yesterday with Mr. Blaine.
He never was In better health, and seems
as absorbed in hi book as lever saw him In
campaign work. Undeclared In the most
emphatic terms that he whs not a candidate
for nomination for President, and baa no
desire for It. "
CATTLE-Receipts 3,000; steadv; ex
ports $.' iKiftfS IK); choice to irood shipping
$3 l.Vri'i SO; common to fair$4Ca)3 10.
HOGS-ltcecipts 8,000; quiet and low;
light $3 ftOfYtxi; mixed packing $4 80r-)5;
heavy packing and shipping (a lOrftj 30.
CATTLE Exporters $o OOroKi 13; pood
to heavy do $3 3oi3 73; light to fair $4 00ra
73; common to medium M 40W 'ft); fair
to good Colorado $4 00'a)3 10; southwest $8 73
(X 83; grass Texans $3 'AVaH 00; light to
good stoekers Vsurc3 73; fair to good feed
ers $;t 73fu4 23; common to choice native
cows and heifers $2 i"r4 00; seallawair of
any kind $2 2.Va2 73.
SHEEP Steady and unchanged for gtod
common, and thin slow, while uxjker
and lambs are weak and unsettled. Vfn
quote common to medium Si IWrM ,'lfi; fair
to good M 50r)3 76; prime $3 HOW 50;
uvkcr$l 75 12 60; fair to good Texan
$2 73ot.T 63; lambs $3 rtOfcjM 60.
llOGS-ltectilpts 1,484 head; shipment
1,711 bead. Stronger at an advance of lOe.
Light to good Yorkers $3 ftutoft o; rough
mixed to good packing $4 7faV 20; butch
ers l.VaS 30.
WHEAT Lower; closing at 00 Sep
tember; $1 00 'i October; $1 03 November;
CORN-Lnwer; 48'' September; 48s
October; 47'i November; 45 S' year; 40 V
o'.VTS-Lower; 23V September; '26 V
October; 23 .S year; May.
sr. Loi is.
WHEAT Lower; closing at fl 04 Sep
tember; $U'tiV October; $1011. No
vember; $l 04 veur.
CORN -Lower; 4,-,s September; 43
October ; 44S h. November; US
year; 43'. b. Mav.
OATS-Weaker; 21!. b. September; 23V
October; 20 Si November; 25
year; 21) Hi b. May.
WHEAT September $1 17; October
$lli)s; November $1 21V; Deseuber
CORX-September OtV; October 62;
November 01 V.
OATS-Septembcr 34; October 31 V ;
November ,i, ; December 30 V.
BUTTKR-Market quiet and steadv.
We quotes Creamery cuoiee to fancy Mri
21, and occasionally a shade more for
favorite brands; off stock at dairy rates.
Dairy Choice to fancy 13tT7 to 18 for
selecilons; fair to good IMI2, common
Sirtltl. Good to choice near-by iu palls $10rrt
12, common 7iaS,
I'OULTRY-We quote: Old chickens
Cocks $2 23t2 3(1, mixed $2 73o3 on ami
hen $3 23; Spring chicken- small $liWl 23,
medium to good-sied $1 Midi 73 for fair
to gnod choice $2; fancy full-grown $2 25.
Spring duck $2 2,Vrf2 75; young live tur
keys 12c V lb. Offerings wero liberal ami
demand moderate for good sized spring
EGGS Unchanged; demand fair at 14(a)
14 si for choice mark. Doubtful lot low
Mark Lane Wheat dull; corn un
steady, Red winter and California wheat
oft ooast declined Id; red winter wheat
and mixed American corn to arrive de
clined 3d. Spot wheal is steadv
and easier; No. i "prlng ll Id. No. i
spring none In market; Western winter !
2d. Mixed Western corn airadv at
6 4 'id. Demand from Ibellalied Klug
dotn and &aUueut moderaU for wheat aai
i Paptuoger Agoul.