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DA1K0. ILLliNlJlH, WKDNKSDW MORNING, S K IT KM HEU 5. L3.
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Shortest awl Quickest Route
St, Louis anil Clucairo.
Tho Onlv Ijiuo itunuinu
0 DAILY TRAINS
Making Dikkot Connection
!iss Ui Caihu.
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Arriving In M Louis 9 4') am ; Lir ato, s:i p.m. ;
I'orn wilng al odiii and K-ttt: chain lr Cinui
Louisville Indianapolis a:.d points East.
Ill u. ni. Ht. I.ouin and AV.-titurii
Arrlvng in Si. Loai " p m., and onnt-crn ;
fop ill points West.
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H'lbt. I.OU1S III,, ('IllrBgn. lllt! t Si. Loll"
to: to bi.. n(l Con ago 7 n m
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k t t':iicl..niiU ',:'" a m.; Louisville
a ni., liMiiBi.uiHilb a.m. rm-nffiu'iT ry
'.hit trstn reach the shove po'tits I'i to ,'Jtl
itiifl'.S u advance ol any o'.uer route.
JffThe a:fl p. m. prrf has I'CLL.M
.l..KPN( I'Ak Cairo lo Oilic.tii.i-.il. wi'b nil
changes, aiiil through lei;icru ' ''J1 1 n'
Fast Time liast.
f) . . ,.,w..t, . ' this K'l'hruji-'i t.i Kit.
rtIllL;"I eru point- Willi"" any delay
tamed bv s'undsv Ui tTw.-tiiui. Ton s-.tiM;- alter
jiK'O tralti from ( airu arrnn In Lt Yoiiday
Doming al 10:15. Thirtt-eii hour, in s-ivauccril
n othur route.
kjVKor through tickets at d f'.rlhrr Information,
aiibivat Illinois Centra', kalirosd I" p"i Cairo.
.r n. tfiN KS.Tti ' if "i 1
A. . n AN HON. lien Pass. Agr'.. l.'Mreco
"CITY GUN STOlUv'
OliU'st in the city; estaUlUlinl in IMi.
(.'..m'l Am , between '.t!i and 10 ; U si.
MANlTsf.'TUiEI. HRALKK IS A 1.1. KINDS
S B OT-G "LJ XS.
AniiuUBi'.ioD of all d-'cr p-..n sU nn haul at
HoTTOM I" 1 I Ks
(iitm-ral repairing In all kinds of tiftsl- Ivye
wfa'l descriptions made to ordi-r. and "n'i-fa I on
warranted. ilv me a rail, and I"' convinced for
vonrsi'lf, at tno i;n of tli'' "Hl'i il "
JOHN A. KOFHLKK,
rronri' ior, (' .in. 111.
AM) AY BROTHERS.
KI.01.K, UKAIN AMI HAT
Egyptian Flouring Milk
WlyriPBt flwxh r-rtn fur V?tfHt.
jaa. h. amrii. kubkht a. -mitii.
Grand Central Store.
CA.1KO. - - ILL..
Bhoo on Halllday Aviiuim. lietwecm Knurll) ond
Blxth Hlruetd, Cairo, Illlnola.
IW All klttrla ol II (lit ami lumvy hliickntnlthlntf,
waiion and carrlao work dotio In tha mn-t wotk
manlike mannur. Ilorii)-f liooltin a apocmlty and
TO KNOAC1M l-JNTH
Until ym have teen our New llnok
Battles for the Union
flalli on light. P1RKSI0K I'm. CO.,
e, o. Ho si. riiiiniiuiphii, ra.
(MI 0 LEU A!
PROF. DA RHYS
'1 ll lUOHt ))l )WTl II I All I IHI)t 1(1
WILL PR K VENT THE ClIOLKKA.
, Tlit tnoKt powerful An-
tii-eptic an'-nt w li I e li
i flu mUtry him produaid.
I Iim un: eilliir iuiiT-
tially or c xienially r'-n-
ii l till it Ci lliex III ciill
i t'li l ullli. pure, l-wi-et
I ami cli-uti, the proline-
lion of i!im::ihc i;.-nMK
; ceanua and Ihe path ul
It In a fin t Uht ih.li-hed
y (Scji-iiic! lint ii.anv
tliHi-a-ec are jntrodii'-eil
I'y putrlll'.atl'iti. whirli
rejirodiiei Itfelf ami
propOKKte" the iliHi-anii
Id ever widening eticlea
Thexc diaeau-i nr
ale chiiIbl'Iou and till the
air with death. Kuril la
that dread Terror,
whlrh la now di-vaftat
Itil! the Kaitt and nil
tafieliii; on lt- nilooiori
ot ilenib rapidly tnwaril
our nhoren. Other di.-turn-,
of t ti came mrt
are l)iph;lwia, lypu
old Fever, Scarlvi Fever.
Mi i a l l'oi. M i'ii I ii f,
Villow Fever, Kry-lp-elan,
ete, A 1 J thwn yen.
erate contat'lou. tither
rl i i aien f ever and
Ajr,u '. .MaarUI Fever.
'A hen need "n I'll ere,
SfiildH, llurim, Krtiptinr t
ami .Sur- It miiim all
I'airi, nweetetia tlte pari
and i rumuti-B tli" rapid
InrinKiioii nf h e a I t n y
I Ik exjiociire in a cn-k-room,
i'edar. C lou t or
Muh f pur flea tli- At-nionphi-re
away l ho fitm ul dla
eHve and di mli .
Taken Internallt it
punil-i- the Moina.-li,
Ktvina il tone a n (I
healthy vik'or Itia'hua
that It cure in li'i'Hioo
When lined an a Loiic n
it (teHtroya all Freckle
aa l It iiti h producini:
L'l-nnK. h aving the lilll
clear, while and t-Hiia
pi-r.-n nf ih.'it f a little
nit., .inie froui coiita
t'lon wh'rh coiiii-h of
danipriepr, unhealthy nit
u allium or uncit atinenn.
All tf.eni l)'rhfn can
In- eure.l only hy tnp
pinu the production of
ilpeae (ierm a;,d de.
ftrnvinj; thomj alrenly
proilined. Il.ih lln-n-reiil
are ai.compl ii-h-d
hy the ii.,- of I'rof
Darhy preparation of
Hora' U: A' Id :uid C hlo
rme, known a
It reniler-i -all II
met wltli Pun
tt ii 1 H'-nl'liv.
Spane dm i ot permit n. to name of the ue to
which th: grcut tieriii-ilenruit-r 1b appin aide.
AikyonrUniiiKiM for printi-d mut er de-i.ripuve
of its Q-edilne-n, or uddieH-
,r. ji. x.kii.i.v co ,
Manufact'.iritu' t'li.-ir.lMa. PIIII.AufcU'IIU.
Vicet.u pi.-r I'dfJe pint H,i;t l-.-n. II. On.
KOKCI: II. LIC.VCII, M.I).
PHYSICIAN' it SURGE(X.
Sje-i-ial attention p-iidto the II mieiipaihlr In at
mi ni nf Kiirt'if al dineu.i.a. and dii-ea.es of won, en
and chi dn-n.
(iFHCK i in llili utreet, opptaite the I'mt
office. ( mro, 111.
K. J. i;. !?TliJNt,
12'.i Ciiiiiincrcial Ave, Cairo, III.
VAPOK, KLKCTltO -VAPOII and M EltiCATiil)
A indy ill attendance.
(.' iNSCLTATtON I'KEi:.
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K K V. WHITIK K.
urro i No. l;li. t.'umruercial nue, be'w-eb
i and Nil th --et.
r. i :. i m i :.
Manufacturer and Denlor In
lilh Street, between Coin'l Ave. ,.nd Levee.
CIIOKH HOIUNO A RPKl'IALTV
ALL KINDS OK AMC.VITION.
lafea He-xilrod. AM Kind, ol Kev. M i ft .
Cairo & St. Louis Packet.
The palatial Anchor I.luu ateamer
Will 'eavn Tnlro uvery Saturdnv ntul Tueaday ven
Iim at il o'clock, RlvltiR Cairo a dally boat for Hi.
For tmrtleular ralea, c, apply to ('apt.
Thoa, W. Ntilelda.Uonural Aiienl. or Stil A.MIIvor.
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t, u z 1 V -k tr1
2 inn ps $
53 a j
A ROAMING MADMAN.
startling Experiences of An Illinois
Lady with a Wild Man
As Naked as the Day Ho was Born
The Arthur Boom Treepasainjr, on tha
Logan Boom's Territory -The Presi
dent in Chicago-Mitchell and 3Ude
Will right -News of the Day.
(,'K.N I KI.VI1.I.K, MM Sept. 4. A Willi
inrtii, nuked a Aiimn, h&a been loaniln
around the country In this vicinity fur aev
oral daya, cnusins Intense cxclteiuent and
conaierntttlnn iinong Ui fanner' fumlli''.
Ilia lonj; tutiijled lieard and m ittcd li.ur.
bia lail atlileliu form and the fieri look nut
of hia eyes make him an exceedingly un-
plramit person to meet In a lonely unit.
He I" licurhiied with dirt from ticad in font,
for lie never t'eta a bulb exwpt when it
ruiiis or when necessity compel him to
v?:iilc a creek in aearch of prey, lie was
first aeeii by the wife of Dr. John Villcii
bern'er, who live-) atioiit Uiree inilei west of
Ibis pl.iee. Mrs. Silteuleii.'er wus re.nrn
in home shortly afler nightfall . iin.l v.'aa
n.'ar the Stelelriede farm. The vulilman
crept atenltbiiy out of the orcianl, and
when near the bucey, made
a ruiih to atup the hone. The l.idv c;ie
I he animal a frantic cut w ith the whip, and
he bounded alonj; the roid at a furious
puce, but aimol before nhe had recovered
breatn, the wild man bad overtaken In r
and leaped into the vehicle fiom behind .
He uttered liOl a ord, and seemed imttie.
dialely lo beeonii! a badly frightened aslli6
lady h'tself. lie aprang down and ran
rapidly toward the woods. A telephona
tnessatre wan sent lo Belleville, yesterday,
a.skiiiK the ahenfT to come and :apiure the
creature. Youur men of the settlement aro
aearehins tbn wftwln in every direction to
day, but some of them are not overanxioua
to encounter the monster. Superstitious
persona tleelare il to lc the Rhost nf one of
the Slelzclriode family, five of whom were
murdererl and robbed almot eijiht years
ao. Crth.tr are puaaled to decide whether
it is the Mhiutf Link or an escaped lunatic.
Mary anii Ilerrlia SUM reheard Iriirn,
St. I.Ofio. Hpt. 4. Mysteriotta .iiap.
pearauui-s and runawavi -in to be the
order of the. day. Slnee the Mary t'tiur-t-hill
eacaptMto wan lira: puiilihed n less
than aevsn eaeea have come to liht, in all
of which tha actors are either M. Louis
cirlsorwere headinc for this city. The
Churchill ca.se w nia(r,ua( and likely to re
main no. The CaW well tix'ory is still be
lieved in by many of the intimate af'iiiain
tanees o( the family, although Mr. and
Mis. ChorcbvU are divided upon it. The
mother will not believe it, while the father
seems to favor it.
The Bertha Smith cae Is also in a uliuilar
position as to reaulta. A ns-wspaper repor-
V-r had a lonn cciersation with her father
ibis morniui;, in which thai petitlein in ex
plained at lenelii his puitin In the affair,
and defined the d.fTerenee between bis
nei.'hbors' ideas ot enu lty and hi own
opinions of discipline. He made no secret
of the fact that be uel the rod in his faiui
ily, and that all bis children were treated t
a portion when occasion required it, hi
Krown daublera cumins is for their share
willi the younser ehiklren.
TUe t'aorlnnntl Mrr.
Cincinnati, Sep'.. 4. -Law inveMiia
tion swells the numtipr of imssiag at, pre
man's Uai; Warehouse lire to nine. The
listis: ( Tina. Boriuan, Kosn OTonnell,
Mary I',urke, Mary Lui-h, Beasie Prady.
Nellie Kelly, Mary Lr.n and Majri'ie l.ee
l-isters) and Mary ,Npeler. None of these
have reported lo tkr hi uies, and
all were known to havr been in the b'tildini:
al the time of tbu tire. The entire hull linsj
has fallen, exnepi a liule puriion of ihe
front of toe snntliern half,
next to the Tinies-Mar
bnililiiu'. The raw are still buruini; arvd a
stream of water from an i-tuiue is plyin
on the Kmokintf riebrta. The work ni
searching for Wk dead cannot be under
taken yet. The TiuiiiN-Mar isain-d an edi
tion at Pi o'clock. Ita pre-e wt-r not in
jured and were u.sed. Thviir type was all
destroyed and thtnr eiUioriul rootna drench
etl. fbe Vrdksbiatt. fare tliem type and
editorial room to-Jay. To-morrnw they
w ill renioie their cowapxwiii aiid e'lilorial
rooms to the lniildin vaeateii hs the late
News company, where they wi.l remain
until repa'rs are made.
I'ritBB. Jaoaew' Trial.
WAI.I.ATIN. Mo., Sepi. 4 . luiiiij; Ihe
forenoon Jtidce lleckUu spoke for two
hour fot the Male, but made no special
points. He was maiirW conu-nied with
readini; the testimouy, Hick Liddell was
painted in colors of the deepest dye. The
Fords were not so bud ns people thought;
the idcnlificatiniiN of Frank James were
complete; the alibi was a farce, .'n,
Clover, of Independence, foHowcd for the
state and had barely outlined the tuple nf
bis speech, the four men theory, (he In
completeness of idenlilicaliiill, the TeX'ls
alibi and the inlercsied motive of the In
former Liddell and his accomplice., tin:
Fords, when the dinner reecas w Liken.
Col. (ilover, will be followed by ('ol.
Pliillins. To-morrow Is the field day,
Sluuikliu. Johnson, and Wall we vill-icik.
I )stiiiulshetl lawyers from nil seiilnna id
Ihe slate me here to llslen the speeches,
The atli'iiilaiicc from the eoiinlry side l
larger than of any d iv ilurln;; his lrl.il,
Maul lt 14 now Abunl If.
iNniANAPOLM, .Sept. 4. When llii'"iand
Jury lin t yesterday Juilee Nurion, nf (he
Criniiiuil court, laid tieforu U a Idler from
J, II. Wondard, n newspaper correspond
ent, Iniicther with slips of paper hearlnif
upon tlinin, the Bradv and Korsey Inler
views, more piirtlcularly with reference to
Ihe alleged disburseiutnt of ,t4nU,0U" in I hi
stati) durliik tin? last Presidential ami
paiifn. The court laid tnucli stress en the
hcitrliui which I be utiitutes of linilUlbm
iniu'ht 1 1 a v o on t tin aliened offense, ami
turned the entire matter over for the con
sideration of the Jury.
Th Work ol Tramp.
Wll.MlNdToN, Del., Sept. 4. There
was il collision last hls'bt mi the Delaware
iiillroiid near Green Spring, caused by a
runaway locomotive from Cliylmi, whirl
was slatted hy a tramp who was seen to
hoard It, and then Jump off, The sutttli
bound pitMsciiKtr train, whkb was runuimi
fast, loot the lucouiUva ami U4h nnciuM
fill AT lOi:.H IT MKAKT
k Bouin for Arthur P The I'olitmiana of
Chioago Try to Explain that It Doe
Not--Senator Iiogan'a i'rienda aro
Loath to Beliero Tbern.
Nkw Yukk, Sept. 4. A special to the
Times from Chicago N.iys: ' President Ar
thur will arrive in this city hy a special
train over the Northwestern railroad al
o'clock lo-morrow afternoon. A nii-eiiu
of prominent citizens was held to-day, and
lo-lii'iirow the Chief Kxeeiit.ivi- wid be t i -di
p d a public reception at Iho r.iinl Pa
cific hotel, There is a general understand
in 'hat the reception will take on more or
b as of a political character, and for that
reason local politicians look at the result
with much Interest. The people
at laiue are iuNilcd and the inlcn
I on is said to be to v tip a popu
lar di iii iii"ii.iiiiiii as the initiil move
tin in nf an Arthur booi.i in the Northwest,
The theory is that lb" President, by Ida
per.'iiuil presence and slukn.j; the hands of
a few tliou-anil people, can cuninund a
poweiful factor in inline ncintr, the m xt con-
ventioii. It is slated that several of the
l.nan inaiinKcrs have foreseen this, ami
have been fiii s7y discouricini; Ihe reeep
tion for fear of Hie injury that might come
to the senator's chances. On Ihe other
hand, some ol the friends of the President
an nun ii' lint they will not in any way in
in icie w ith
A sol II) 1. 1 .Can OKI.KiiATIo.N
fr.'in Illinois, and Una they merely want to
assure a irtendly second choice fee Iim; fov
Mi. Arthur. The (act iliat Collector Spald
ing was put in charge of the tiiTaneiiienls,
by a U'lei ain iroui Secretary Lincoln, is
cited as an important consideration by
those w ho believe thai the reception is to be.
managed as a pureiy political scheme. It
sboiiid be slated, however, that the Presi
dent is understood to have said before leav
ing here Unit on nn account would he con
sciiito a public reception which had Ihe
sii.hti si sii-picon 'if politics in it, and il is
i,il tu probable tint! ho political scheme is
beini; cn.inei.-n d by overealotis frlcnila,
and wlio may possibly be rebuked for their
I lie I'reHlilem lu hieaeo.
Ciik AtJo.Scpt. 4. The special tr.'n con
cini; I'resideni Ailhur, (iciierai Sheridan
and oilier lueinlici of the Yellowstone par
ty which led this cily one month a;o yes
terday, arrived from Si. Paul over the
Northwestern load at :b5 o'clock this af
ternoon. A tficat crowd had gathered to
w lines their disc inbarkinent, but ihe oili
eial icceplioii, owin; to the uncertainty
widen had prevailed as to the President 's
iii'iNcnii'ii:. was mini mal. A n cj-plion
coin in :t 1 ' awaited the President's ariival
at tlie ilciot in cariiaifes. and the Uicinliers
of hi party were at once driven lo the
Grand Central hold under escort of Hid
lei. Ian. I he formal r,-ception of thePivsi
ili ni wiil not occur until to-morrow ncht.
1 tie Labor ( ouinilile.
Nkw YiuiK, si pt. I. The Senau-sub-coniuiittee
on l.altor and P.ducalinii conlin
ii d lis si ssioii lo-daj . John Itoaeh. ship
liuiliicr, li .Lilik,.! tuut ho ouiployrd uoout
;i,iK)U n -it, w bo icpiesented about titre dif-
1,-reiit blanches. The witness be-all
work at twelve shillings a v eek, but al that
time wa.'es were Very low. Since that lime
the wa.i s of the Wol kin;inali had 'ladual
iy itnpi ive I and the hours of labor had
in en reduced, lie iliou.'lit Ihi'ie was no
rea-nii wny every iiuliisirioiis workiirin
simiild out own his ow n home, and believed
the ipiVerniucut w is bound to legislate
in the interest ol the work
iniiieii. The pay-roll of his bus
in lat year was .i7.J, and he bad men
in hi employ who Ihsl started with h'ni in
bii-iuc. Now they ow n their o An houcs.
The witness said that lahor ninst cu-o.x raie
Willi capital. It would never do lur
labor to cn.iil'iiie iiself and be
coine ihe (badiy foe of capital, The
sooner not kinsmen were educated to the
standard fiom which they cotiui realize,
the force of the maxim thai "a man who
raunnl make caiin.it own," (he better it
would he fvr the laborer an well a for the
nalian. ' ver tiTly of his men were employed
by lilui in former years in ihe same work
shop. Freipienily the men In his emp gy
e.iine lo hull and said I bey w anted to net
Ii)lo send t auine relative in Ireland, and
a.ki'il him to deduct so much' a week
iroin their waaes. He always nbliitedth -in.
The w lines remarked that there are mil
lions nf dollars annually scut out of this
country which sbould be Invested here, but
w hich were tent to maintain landlordism in
Killed by a Ht4l KltnaliSrT"
Clin AOi), Sept. 4, The boy in charge o
the p:isciii.'er elevator in the Gr ind Pacific
Hotel lost control of the machine this moru
lui." as il was making an upward m-ai;e,
and advised two passengers on board at the
time tn jump off at Urn next lan.liii.'. In
alleinplinj! t" tin so, one of them, ( hrislh'ii
Jack-on. a paihli-r emploved lit tlio hotel,
was killed, 'Phi' traumly was needless, as
mi iiiitnmalle. uppllalico canned the elevalor
to slop nalurally on reaching tha upper
Nclerl UiiIkIiin la Nrsalnn.
Pi II.SHl'Kil. Sepl.4. -The Select KnlhU
nf ilieAlli'lelil (Irdel'of tinlted Wolkllli;-
men bi'uan their tlfih uiiiui.il session here
this mi'tii inir. About three bumlri d dele
gates arc In ilienilauce, Nothing nf lin
pDl lanee has yet been transacted.
Harlally Hiiiidoil Ilia Mile
M KN In T a, ll.l,., Sept,, 4.-1)1 , J. K.
Uitchey of this place slnt mid luuiially
woiiiided bis wife last eveiillii.' mid Mu tt lied,
oiliceis are now In search of him,
M)t:.ftt:i 1 1 l.i (.it tris.
lion, Proctoi Khoit was liiausntatcd
Governor of Kentucky yesterday.
Lx-Gm, Hendricks, of linhana, i said
to bc'ln lii'iter health now than for many
111 01 1 1 lis,
rim faic from St, Louis to Louisville I
but tl. and to Cincinnati .tl.oO. I'li' ie la
no lellinr; hmv soon tin war will clu-c,
Mlicliell nml Slailc have itrrliid at
liniilia, mid lelejr rains from Hicie slain
dial they will ll;ht near that ell v on the I ltd
Petel Cannon. one nf the recent slrlklnif
cpet mors, has iiivsierlmisly ulsiippeaied In
Chlciijro, Kenis are eiitei'lalned lluii he has
Jiidttit N'oonun, In the Courlof Crim
inal CoiTd'ilon, St. Louis, yesteiiliiv ii
llvei'cd Ilia declsbui In the seeoliil ted. sun
day lii'eiikliiir (Man In fittror of the defend,
anl. This makes the law virtually a dead
AI.IX an IMIlA, Sepl. 4. -Thief deaths
from t hulnia yesteraav, The i pKlumlo Is
How cuatldiiniij iinarty eaUaat.
4 ottasn ( anMrtlta
Nrw Yokk, Sept 4. A oonvciitiou of
wituni exporti waa held yestarday at the
C'tion MxehaiiKA In this city to tlx upon
the samples of tha different standard paries
of co lon for the ensuing year, I). K.
iluer, of M ihlle, presideil, and ihera
were present, W. Mullur, of New O.
leans Adam I'redwell, of Norfolk, C. L,
(ireen, of Cincinnati. Abraham Allen. Jr.,
of New York, Louis Pleas, of savannah,
J. Crosby, of Montgomery and J. II.
Pdake, of Houston. The convention
finished Its work in a few hoiira mid then
partook of a collation al liehuoiilen's Thn
president of the exchange at Galvelon,
Tex., telegraphed that while not ncmling
any delegation they would acquiesce in thn
results of Ihe convention,
Mn.w At'KK.K, Sept. 4. The Wlaeoni.n
Medical Association met this moruins in
annual conveniion, which hail been post
poned to thia lime bccaiuaof the meeting ol
the American Asmclatlun at the same lime
tirst appointed. The mornim; waa pasted
In organizing, the president being absent la
K u rope,
A Cat lie IMaraa sipreacllUK.
Lancamtkh, Pa., Sept. 4. A JUeaso
known as splenic fever has attacked the
caitle of this county, and la raging' with
treat violence. A large nvmher of cases
have already proved fulal. The disease li
apparently on Ihe increase, occasioning
great alarm among stock ow ners.
Washington, Sept. 4. Advices from
Pciisacola, dated yesterday, stale that no
new caes have appeared, and that no
deiths have occurred in the yard, hospital
or camp. Accurate information im to thn
situalion among the residents reserve is
not at hand.
Kn IIMOND, led.. Sept. 4. Curme,
Dunn A Co., manufacturers of leather and
horse collars, havi suspended. Liabilities,
about i,".ri,lH; asets urobably .pl.lXK), cov
eicd by a mortgage given last Juno to ie
cure a'loan of tsa.twn.
;ert;e fteslee Hying.
St, Jo.SKfti, Mo., Sept. 4. The attend
ance at the fair to-day was very large. The
city Is full of strangers. George Bede,
who was shot lat night at the fair grnundi
by Yellowhanimer, is dytog. Yellowham
mcr Is in Jail.
Arrhllert Hill Will Kealirii.
Wasiiiniiion, Sept. 4. Supervising
Aicliiic.'i Hill is makingpreparations to re
sign and go Into private buslll"ss.
i hi: tokis iMttsn.
What the Leading Journalists of the
Nation's Metropolis Said Yesterday.
Nkw Yokk. Sept. 4 The World, com
ineiiiiug on the Missuitri Ibjuor law, says:
-Gov. Crittenden'i anxiety In the matter
Is explained by Ihe report which credits
him with Senatorial aplratioos, This
sc cms to be a reasonable explanation ot an
aoxtety about tba euinreeincnl of one par
ticular law and an Indifference about other
and more important laws. According to
his own testimony he never thought about
enforcing the Sunday law until It became
part of a liquor law, and he seems totally
oblivion of the fact that in Missouri the
plain provisions of the constitution against
railroad consolidations are disregarded
every day in the year. "
The Sun says: "The Cincinnati bank
ers and brokers are estimated to
have at least six or seven millions
nf dollars Invcstied in warehouse re
ccpls, with little prospect of selling the
w biskey on an overstocked market.' The
predicament Is not a pleasant ono, but it
was self-invited. Hit be 'confiscation' to
collect this reasonable tax on whiskey, what
is lb" proncf name for the duties collected
on liiipui .ul -nods? Perhaps John Sber
man will answer for 'the whiskey ring, as
he has been Secretary of the Treasury and la
uow a very rich senator."
The Times says: "T;ie courageous course
of Gov. Hamilton has added Maryland to
t tie column of doubtful slates for this yi.ar
at least. In a recent letter the governor
expo'ed Iho corruption of lciiueratlo
politics in that si sit o uuDierclfully and with
out reserve. In a speech which he
promised to make at Baltimore thia week
he will have something (tirths-r to say about
the rascals in Ills party, aud, it It said,
will name some of them, among
others, Senator Qoriuuu. Ills course has
made Republican aueress extremely proba
ble. Those Democrats of New York who
are fond of ealttng themselves respectable
would tlo well to study Crv. Hamilton's
methods of party purification. "
The Herald says: " There is undoubted
ly a great accumulation of surplus revenue
In the Treasury. With money hogging at t
mid '.! per cent, no evil result need be fear
ed, other lhan thn Influence this fund may
have upon the action of Congress and upon
I hoc who have rel nr supposed claims upon
Ihe Gov, riuaenl, which they think ought
to be recognized, merely became the Gov
ernment Is rich. Hut It In not lo bo expect
i'd that the present ennditian nf trade will
long continue, and II would have shown wise
sla'csiiiiinsldp if the last Congress had made
provision for the furtire contingencies.
Meaulline the lliiiiuces of the country are lu
ahapirgo laeky cnndl lor prosperous III
spile of dangers and fiscal errors, ' '
The Tribune says: "Il is belter fortune
lhan the Republicans really deserve, that
they have no financial trouble on hand this
fall, as n consequence of the llliwlse neg
lect of the silver question. They wisely
provided for a reform of the civil service,
mid n vised the tariff, ami suppressed a
river and harbor bill, and curtailed appro
priations, but Ihe enluage of Useless silver
delists I hey suffered to continue, though It
Involved a sheer waste of over WJHMI.IXO
I er month. Hadagravo financial ami in
dustrial trouble resulted this fall it would
luvc cost them many voles In the coming
elections. After December 1 Ihe responsi
bility will rest, wlih the Democratic party,
and we shall see how It will be met,"
Asuaall oa a Night walrliiaan.
Hai.iimoiik, Sept.. L Night Watchman
Win. Lawrence was shot and killed last
night by one of three hiiricuhtrs whom he
delected brcakliiK Into a grocery store, The
burglars fled. One man has since heeu ar
rested on suspicion.
MiuiKKHRAt), Ky., Sept. 4. Newton
Gibbs was attacked laal Saturday night by
two brothers uamcd Gillespie, with whom
he hud quarreled, and fatally shot. The
A Neurit Nkal.
I'llll ADKI.rilU, Kept. 4,-Kdwaiil J,
lliooks, cnlnred, was shot ami killed hy
Patrick,!. Malowi(ln a tavtrii on thet) r
mantowii road last evading. Maloutt U lu
THE FOREIGN FOLIO.
flKKMAM f .
Bbrlin, Sept. 4. -The fatal railroad
disaster at Stegliu ha long been appre
hended. The Guva-nnient, after It pur
chase of the Berlin and Pot-dam railway
asked the Diet te devote a sum sulllelent to
alter and enlarge the depot at Stegliu, and
the Milliliter of Finance in hia ropiest
therefore stating tM tie, wa unable, un
der existing dangerous circumstances, to
undertake the responsibility for the lives
of so great a number nf passengers as
would constantly be imperiled if the grant
sought could not, he obtained, a vote waa
taken upon this request hy ihe Diet and re
jected. The Reactionary press threw the
blame for the accident upon the National
Liberals In the Diet, they baring refused to
vote upon the questiou. The Em
peror has ordi-md a commltui to mako
rigid inquiries Into the cause of the acci
dent. Paris, Sept. 4. --General Walker, Uni
ted States Consul-Geiieral to Paris, United
States Consul Lyons and Congressman Och
iltree, of Texas, will atleud the unveiling
of the Lafayette monument.
Wit. I, I'.KHt'MK NKiiOTI AT ION.-A,
It is currently reported that Marquis
Tseng, the Chinese ambassador, is expect
ed daily to resume witb Chaliemel Lacour,
the F'rench Minister of foreign Affairs, the
negotiations which were begun be
tween Tricon and Le Hung Chang,
and which were broksii oft by Marquis
Tnit HaciCK, Sept. 4. The governor of
tha Dutch Kasi Indies telegraphs that thn
town ot 1'ekok-lielong wai probably totally
destroyed by the recent volcanic eruptions.
The district In which the town is situated U
entirely inaccessible, as all roads are oblit
erated. Nothing has been received from
Laiupoug, on the southern const of Suma
tra, Some of the light-houses in tho straits
are standing, but tuo ligbu are extinct.
The report of the destruction of TJirlugine
by the tidal wave and the drowulng of
ten thoiis.u.4 people there baa bueu con
Livkkpooi., Sept. 4. Junes McDermolt
' was brought before the court again to-day
and further remanded to Jail at the request
of the counsel for the piosecutlon, who
staled that the potkctliojk found among ihe
prisoner's effects couiaiued very important
entries, but their nature cuukl not he in
dicated. McDermolt couiplaincii lo the
Judge that as an American citizen he bad
been subjected lo very harsh treatment, and
staled that lie was nol even awuru of the
nature of the charges against him.
London. Sept. 4. The Standard's Hoog
Kong special suites that 4,0u0 Chine)
troops sutio.ted at Pakoi have been ordered
to I lie frontier.
Aiiiiamites still threaten Namdlnh, which
causes great exciteineol at Hong Kong. In
consequence of the receipt of the news there
the Chinese troops are urossing the Mong
kal. This means that China bas accepted
the gage France has thrown down aud war
CKNfcVA, Sept. 4. The government bas
rcliised to extradite Lcnnlg, the American
student w ho killed his feiiow student la a
duel in Germany, a.s i' tiding is not named
in the extradition treaty, In aecortiauce
with this decision the court ordered the re
lease of Lentig from cuMtaUy. and bo was
SEPTUM 15 KU 4, im.
CAT I LK - Receipts 2.IW0; Ntea.lv; ex
poris fiid.! lij; clioice lo good shipping
.." .'I ifd i so common to fair 4i(r.) It).
Illilis Receipts IH.ISWj qau-t and slow;
light .' i'xifi-'t !i;niixed packing W mrt 0;
heavy packing and shipping $ DOitf j y,
(.'A I TLK - Fx pol lers irt 76oJ 00; rood
to heavy do Jit 7i; light to fair f I DUitf
b UO; common lo medium H Ubrtl 'Ml; fair
to good CnlorailiiiMiViM V); southwest $.'1 ;j
fa"i s,"i; grass Texans sl iVrfll M; light to)
good sioekers $1 .'HJifljiJ 70; fair lo good feed
ers rll T.V(il ii; comHum to ehoice native
cows aud hellers isn'4 00; scxllawags of
anv kind .fU i'si'2 ;n.
SMKKP Steady and uuchaaged for good
commiMi, and thin slow, while stockers
aud lambs are weak ami uusetiied. We
quoin common to mcdluai ii todl i"; fair
In good tJl .VK).1 ii; prime 4 .';
stnitker .fl T."'-J TrO: fair to good Teiaos
'J 7.'iWl i; lambs M tor r0.
IIOIiS-RcceipU. 2, (Mi head; shipments
!l,0i'i head. Largo supply, bi: market
weak and unsettled. Derraud light.
Light to good orkers $.'i iLVrrt 10; rougti
mixed to good packing s M itl 75; butch
ers K' l""i" '!''
f , strain. T-.'
WIIIOAT -l.uwei-; cliisingat fhl'ieSep
b niber; tus', Ociober; fl in)S Novomberj
$1 ill 'i December; !Nt'au year.
CuRN Lower; 47 September; 4d
October; 4."S November; 44sj year; 4ft
UAI'S-Weaker; 'i". September; 25 '
ucioher; a.)! year; May.
WHK AT Lower: closing ut f 1 02 V Sep
temher; tl('4S October; U 07 Novem
lier; tl 02 S a. veur.
CORN Lower; W Septrmber; 44S'
October; 4'."r42' b. November; .'Rt'i
year; 4M Mav,
O.VTS-Weaker: 25 b. Seutcmber; 2,"Sf
2,'iV October; 2tlk b. November; 25'a
year; 2!)' b. May.
IHi'l'TKU -Market quint and steady.
We quote: Creamery choice to fancy I9,i
21, and occasionally a shade mure for
favorite brands; oil slock at dairy rates.
Dairy Choice to fancy I.WI7 ti) 18 for
selections; fair to good lba I'.1, common
SwlO, Good to ehuiee near-by in pails $Hfm
12, common "at.
POl'LTKY - We quote: (lid chickens
Cocks r2 2,'iirf'J . mlved f. no and
hens M 2.'; spring chlekeiM-SinalHirit 2a,
medlliin In gnod-siaed tl fsi'nil 70 for fair
In goml choice VJ; fnev full-grown 2S.
Mpi Iiilc ducks jSJ-VaTJ 7ii; young live tur
keys I2e i lb. Offerings were liberal,
IKiliS-l'ncliaiiged; demand fair at 14
for choice marks. Poor nook less. Re
ceipts ;U.'i pks.
Wheat arrived dull. Corn arrived
steady, Wheat aud corn to arrive quiet
but steady. Mark Lane Wheat and corn
to arrive dull. Crmatry markets quiet;
Weather In Knglaiid tine. Sp.il wheat quiet
but firm; No. 2 spring 9s Id. No. 3
spring none in marker; estem winter 'M
2d. Mixed Wesiera Corn Mnvlv at
-5s4il, Demand from tae ViiMed King
dom and CouUKH'ttt duKUr wbaat ami