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sir with ! ti. Such li
that dri:ad Turror,
which I. now cli-vahtat-1
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valuing (in Its mie.ion
of death rapidly towa'd.
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that It cure. IIHII41 eti'in
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pii) tbe proiiucttnti of
i'leaie tu rDiii and de
Itrovirn; thoe alretdy
prodded. Koth th
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tiv the u.ts of l'iof
Darby preparat on of
Boracio Acid and C'hlu
r.ne. known a.
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Special at leiitinu paid to the It imecpnthlc t'et
m n' of .umical dmei..-. and a!ea.- of hiuii
and cht dren.
uKHi'K On U1I1 .treer. oppi. te the l'ot
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Manufacturer ami Dealer lu
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Bill Rlrcui, bclwncii Coiu'l Ave. nd Levee.
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ALL KINDS Or" AMC.NITION.
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Cairo , St. Louis Pocket.
The palatini Aurliur Llnu steamer
Will pave Cairo every Sat ir lay and Tnetdty vn
lug lit rt o'clock, giving Cairo a dally host for Ht,
Kor pnrtlculnr. a rat..., etc., tpnly to Cap..
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il-LlNOIS, lALM01l 0,
Those of America and Their .Fu
A Prince From tba Fatherland on a Visit
to Them H Advis'-a Them to Bell no
More Beer, But go to Farming -About
Bismarck The Jews in Germany.
Nr.w Vdhk, Sept. 8. rritii'c IIoIipiiIhUi',
in nn Inlet view to-day, f-iu Ida hurt
wm chiefly lo look at this country and ('mi
nd a, ami morn e.ppdai'.y to tovrvticali' lh"
condition and prori-ot of (ifiniati ettliT
In tble country, lie founii llielli donr.'veiy
well wherever he went. Ilia own mcIvicc,
he .aid, wiiha.nii, to uli of tbcin. wa
not to May in the great cine xrlllni! and
drinklnf lager leer, litittoRo Wet on the
farming land. "I notiopij tbn.e who li a vr
Jutt arrived Hnd those who have M-ltlcd here
f rnioy year. There l a marked differ
between the two clan'. ' '
Do you find any change in your peopln
after having lieen here nnic years V
' 'In pioi-perlty, ye. ''
"Io tin y not bceome F!e; tj li!i-un ?"
"Y-c-k, " with a ilouble accent, "Yet
t bey arc
Ft LI. OK PAI RUVI ISM
for tbc fatherland. At the lime of the
flood disaxtcm the German alone, ent over,
I think, t1.(0O.W0 or rnorc by wf of re
lief." I o you not think (iennany the ittoo,'
ei' power in Europe to-d:iv ?"
"And Prince Bismarck the strong-it
"I'rince H.nmarck I cnn'ider not only
the dtroiiyent aiaternan in Ktiropc, hut In
the worid. We have not had such a stat.-i-man
for 4"0 year. ' '
"Yet with no Mrong a power and o
ilrontc a "talesman (iertriani. are flocking Is
thin country by tbon.anda. "
"That i Iru."
"How do you account for il?"
"Well, we are overcrowded al borne.
There i not room and occupation for all in
Germany. In tbe Germany of to-iiuv we
have MiiTeased from 3d.0O0,0(Xi in lfc."i ft
45,000,000. Such an increase U cnortnou..
If every womun
INSISTS ON HAVIMO TIN C HILI'HKV
we have no plax1 to put them and no W'.rk
to give them all. "
"Are you oppod to German omijcta
tion" "Ye. I am. We want our people al
home. We want a special plae. for our
"Did not Prini' BiMuaick cauit pro-
btbilotr lawa ajain.t Geruian einura
tinn?" "Yes. and I agreed w th them; but for
th recoil. I have a-iven tbe peoide oin
ber . Y'et our native induatrica areoonutin
up aud proi-penni.'. ' '
"How l it that Prince !itnarvk. t i
1 able a atatertuao a. you my, cannot roni
nund a majority in the Reithata.'?"
"Well, the (ierman are a curious and a
thinking prf-opi". Each onn think, fur him
"if, and yet they think for all w hnii there
m 1 uvl;c (laner.
THKX A LI. ARE O.N K,
:i iu wm, u in floods when our country
tueii ov. r nere came ko nobiy to the rescue.
So. for a few yearn after the w ar. Prince
IliMtiarck had all the na)or1lic he wanlej,
but onee peace wan e.ublihbpd ntul there
w a. Utile fear of foreign aault., Internal
itii KtiniiK came up, and w lib inU'n:il iiie
lion, .edlonal (liffliailiiei, "
"Do you think thoc aeotlonal dilrli'iillte.
likely to diarupt lh Empire?"
"So, the? will all diaippear within a
generation. Y'ou have had your nectional
iliffli'iiTica here, and I tblok they are in
ivrta;n icne itill very ilrnnp. Thev have
them in all countrlea morn or loi. ' '
"Ami AlacT-Lornlnp; I. not the feelinu
very bitter there, and will the people ever
liecomp reconciled ?"
"Ye, the feelinjr la of tbe bitterest. It
ii nataral that those who fought in the w ar
and auffered by the war hotild feci ao.
Hut a ce Deration make, a great change. ' '
" What's the trouble coDwrnlngthe .lews
iu Germany ?"
"The .lews want too much. When ihey
attain power at all they want lo control.
The feelirji; against them and the actions
aeainat them are itronger in Riismu sn,
Austria than iu Germany.
TH It JEWS CONTKOL
the chief bankliiL' business, and you will al
way. tad thai when Ihey become too strong
10 any country the common people turn
upon them. "
"Do not the Jews control the preaa to a
great extent In Germany?"
"Ten, and in all Europe."
B"Iuyou anticipate anylnmedlate trouble
betweun Germany and France?"
Hardlv, though I toe that Prince His
inaick has had a very sharp warninir ad
ilre.sed to France through one of ihc oill
cial Journals. Bitter fcellnj; hclween tbe
two countries? Ye, of course, there Is
and will bo, but I don't think France will
11 He nipt anything now, an she ha. Iier luimli
full. . She li in MaUaacar, Tunis mil
Tonquln. She bai enough without (icr
uianv. The Hat Pttal otr Km 1 1 11 r.
1 UK-Ado, Sppl. 6,-Ftom the action of
1 be loeiil banki and the number of coin
raiiiti filed It the pot! otllee II appenis
thai the ucw postal nole ssi,ed In I he
public lat Monday nrc alreadi decni" d a
laiiure In Hut city, A treat man v began !
arrive here wiihln 11 day or iwo alt. r the
first l.sllt aenl lu lieu of drafts for stlKlll
amount, and were al once depnidlcil, lie'
Ktuie us checks or ilrufta. The unrulier"'
mistake made by Postmaster sending
them caused the hanks to refuse lo iceepi
tliein. This K'tlon is (leemed laiiiamoiiui
lo (lestrovlnn their usefulness. The pnsl
otllce official alxi derlai t thai ihc handlliK
of postal unlet and the work of reciifvlng
errors has entailed nn unusual uinoiiut of
iiddltinnel labor on the working force.
Moving ARnluai ikt (lamklrra.
Nrw York, Sepl. 8. Judge ,iryker
Issued wnnarilt last evening t'liutut the
proprietors nf the numerous gamlillng
hiiutPi at Conty Itland. Tbe chief of po
lice acted on them at one, ami it 10 o'clock
tent tmittdt of policemen In editions' drew
lo visit ibe suspected placet. Mi wt of the
raid quickly sprenl and the pqllce found
Hie dnors locked and the Hirbts exiio
gulihed at nearly all tbe hnisci, Uitnri
ling linplemeuta were, however, teUed at
three of .lie in. li it expected that many
a 1 re. la will b wad tbe wanrtult U
Tht. MUhIiik Maldena-Au Arlrllllon f
Si. I.(.t;is, Sept. 8. -The paninU of the
rai'i-lng girls, Mury ( buicbill anil llertlia
Smilh, arc still In tho dark iciranLntf ibeir
whereabouis, and from present ludicaiioni
are likely to remain au indefinitely. Col.
Churchill is in coitiliiliiiiratiou wilb friends
in M 1 Xico, pt'i.ona iu Tnpcka and Major
William Warner, United fiutis attorney
and at: eld friend of tbe Colonel's at Kan
laiCliy, with a view to trac.ini the Cald
well clue to il. end, In addition lo this he
yesleidiiy called upon .John Miller, the,
dramatic a'ent, and furnished him with a
Humility of c ri'ulau and phoioxrapiia of
Mar.-, which will be forwarded to all the
drain. die ai'i-nidca in the couiiiiy with a
reijiiest thai information be aenl to her par
nl at mice if anyone anweriiiK their d
acription ibould coum tinder th'-ir noticn.
Tlma If Mary Churchill has Indeed Rone
upon the aland .lie will certainly he
Mil' IN I UK CITY.
Some of H'Ttha Niiitb's friend- are he
ginning lo think abe cannot he in the city,
although her iiniii'diale family adhi'.rn to
the original theory that shu ii not far from
The police to-day received the following
request to hum for another miin' girl :
AKMH iti,, .Mo., Sept. ii,
Chief of puiice :
PkaKSih-1 have a daughter that left tne
ncainst my will to b married 10 a fit r-iiiyr
about four wefka a;'o, and I cannot hear a
word from her. Would you please be kind
enough to seat h your c.iiy to se.- if you can
hud her. 1 atn lu considerable trouble and
am willing to do ainlbiug in my power to
repay for your kindness, Piea.e answer im
mediately. Her maiden name is Lizzie
Moore. The man the left here with called
himself Ti e iMiian. Lizzie is ll'ht complex
ioned, b.i. light b air and t;ue eve, rather
unall. Your., I.t i ivm MfMi;;i--.
Arru-troug, Howard t 'miut . Mo.
Tlios. Candy, a jouug l. herokee I udian.
baa been missing since Thursday. He came
here from the Indian Territory withJas.
Farmer, a sto. k man.
A Norlli arollun Lothario.
lilfHM'iNn, sept. 8. There lias been
much excitement throughout X or; h Caro
lina for the pist few days owing to a white
man ninned Rnwliiiid, of respectable con
nect on, eloping with a negro woman.
R'jw.an.i is from I.umbertou, Roiiison
county. N. C; a county made famous by
tin- I.owry outlaws. II:s brother Is a prom
ncnt lawyer and i a candidate before the
oining convention for Congress in his di
tiki. Young Kow laud conceived a strange
mutilation for He wotnau an.l li came
G- inonstiaiive in bis affections; so miii li so
ih u lie was adicd 10 !i uve the conitniitiilv,
iiii'l. i thi.-ot- of tar aim feathers. He n-ft
thi. place, 'aking tlii' girl with him. He
wis tlr.t uuiic il in Charlotte, where he n
d.itVorid to get inai'lieil. but nwiu- to
Oilcan ue berime a'ariiied and took the
ill l iraid 10 H in i :h, and jiassed tbr.ui.h
GiceiiMioio, where iiis iff uts were again
tlllile. I', i. thollglil be. then plot dell
1101 inward, where lie hopes to he legally
maiiieil. His relative, are anxious, and
arc t.-legi a,phlilg 111 every direction to llae
bun caitured. It is iiejieved he i crazy
(1 Htll tic Use of 1 1. 1 1 1 1 -.
Ilrpokiua it ller-Mlr.
Hf.NIIVilloN, Pa., Sept. M. The Rev.
I. W. While, p:i'"r of the Prebytcriaa
I hut'cb in Mili'oy, ha-, been deposed fur
hi-resv. The tile ci.arget are that be holds
that the sufferings of Chril were in no
s, n-e a inisf iction of violated law, nor a
satisfaction of divine justice; that be denied
ihc p.-rs'in.iliiy of the Holy spirit aud tbe
distinct and the r al personality of the
II -iimy ; that h'1 holds that sin consist In
Aiiatns -in ; that he leaches that the ma
terial body 1:11 not be raised auain, and that
men can be saved to obedience lo ihc de-i-diogue.
The aivu.cil clergyman offered
no witnes-.es. and the Piosbytcry mstaincd
all the charges.
ftlabbed hy a Mrlker.
Wii.MtNnKiN. Del., Sept. 8. Ninety
Italian navviet, einpluyeil on section ;V2
mid 3.1 of the new Baltimore and Philadel
phia milrcaJ. struck this moiiiing for an
advance of tiftt'eii cents per day, Some of
thestiiscis went over to tcction 111 lo per
suade the workmen there to join In the
strike. Finding I belli unwilling an alterca
tion ensued, and one of the strikers stabbed
one of the men employed on section H4. in
fllcling a terluiis flesh wound.
I ami Accident lo Nnvchat.
HakiU'M', Conn., Sept. Mrs."
Julie P. sutiili. the author of "Widow
Goldsmith ' Daughter" and other novels,
was kilird this morning by a runaway ac
cident near her summer residence on Tow
Hill at' Harilonl. The accident oc
curred al 7 o'clock iiinl Mrs. Smith lived
until CiM. She was taking her husband to
(he early train for Hartford, Mr.. Smith
was the wile of Morrii W. Siniili, .on of
Norman Smith of this city, and was widely
known throughout the North and South.
I.ucky l'reai'iicp til JIIihI.
(AlRll, III., Si pi . S. -Engineer l.ovctl,
of ibe Illinois (.'otitrul, while asct tiding 1
long grade at Yil 11 Ithlge, perceived some
fielght cart without 1111 engine coming
down towards him. He reversed his en
gine, giving hi passengera In his train a
1 it at shock, and tin 11 tped buck .vtnli,
thereby Having the live of all llms" in bit
it ml I nil.
It l 1 iMnriK, Sipl. S.-( haiies Stiuisoii
slai'lcd to-ilav to cross a high trcs'le I ridge
on the Wesrrn Maiylaiid rnlliosil near ibis
cily. When aliotii iiiidwiiy he saw attain
approacliiii'i:. In order to save hl life !.e
I 1 nwii'i between Hie rail, and clung to Ibe
cross-tie, Aflerthe train pa-e I lie W is
unable to draw himself up and f. II seventy
feel In the rock below, MNaluiu:: Injuries
from which he cannot recover, As Hie in
lured luiin was iihoiil In be lal,. 11 lulu Ibe
lioiite, Mi. Mary C'l'tldilen, his it i -1 11 -law,
told Hint It was her laisbuinl and
thai he was drad. Sh't sank lo Ibe lloor,
mid when 1 tlsed life was extinct.
Nr.w Yuitk' Sept. 8,-sixleen men,
who liiul 1 11 brought from Hn.inii,
.Newport, Provldeuce and Phlliidelidila by
Col. Wenrlng. the boss plumber 1
Coiitt actor Tucker't Juli t Madison
avenue and Fifty-ninth street, with the
umli'istiindiiut ttutt. Ihey were In be pttl
there were yealerdty sent m the Da
kota Flats. Delciialu Fairell, of Ihu Plum
bert' Union, tiolllled tin m of the cuinll
tlon of tiffilrs, and they consented
lo knock off end ft urn home ou fondlUon;
Mrs. thitudlor einya ".'Mever."
11. mil in, Sept. 8. The nttiocr of tbe
T.iiii i-a gallantly cam to the relief ol
Mis. Chandler, and ay that Ibe gossip re
iiardiiiv Hie Imp'rlous manner of that lady
mi lni n.ard, and her in.isiing upon the
stru t. -t naval courtcsv. ia allocelber un-
wan .iiitcd. anil Mr. Chandler herself de
ii 10 mm stories entirely. A. repaid one
of llm yarns that on one occasion she re
fused lo go on board on the port aide of the
vessel, the side used by Hie tailors, she
says It h is taught bur toincthinu she didn't
know before --the port fiom the starboard
Mil. I'll 4NDI.KR bur r THK VKSKL
lo-d iy und has aone to Warner, S. H., to
join her husband. The Tallapoosa it now
in the dry dock In the Charleston navy
v iiil. she i not MMiously lnured a hai
bi i n I'eporiffi. Iiietii.-Critniuunder Merry
s.ivs be bud ciiare of the ship the night the
grounded, she ran 011 a rock, but wat easi
ly lilted, aud proceeded ouberway. He
says it wat bit fault, and aa error of judj
in. ut. He knew the location ofthe rock
well enoiisb, but the night waa dark and he
thuught that be had escaped it. He tald
mere was not a hole in the ship't bottom.
The nipper had bet 11 ripped off, but she did
not leak more thau any .bip'naturally does.
1 hose w ho havo tbe repair in charge here
slate tnat .he has started her bolta and tim
bers somew hat. All that will be dona here
TO MAKE HRR 8KAWORT11T.
She will lie extensively repaired u Itinate
Iy. Lieut. Merry nays that tbe damage
tustaineii was occasioned bv the grounding
at I'ensacola three months ago, An tp
p'ration was made, after the mishap, to
have her go into dry dock, but an oppor
tune has not afforded Itself until now.
She Secretary 'a flag was lowered latl niebt.
I He will not return to tbe thip. It ii
I thought she will get nut of dry dock and
I sail on Monday for Portsmouth.
WHAT THK IIDITOR MAT.
Opiniont or the Leading Journaliata of the
New York. Sept. s. -Tne World tayt:
"Senator Hlair lose an opportunity ol
.bowing Ills unfitness for his place by
tneering at tbe pres.. A man in public
life iho sneer at the pres. belong to the
darjji age,. On the other hand it it only
fair to Senator Blair to say that the preat
lias to il the truth about him, and this mint
in: exceedingly disagreeable to aatateimao
of ."senator Blair's culture. ' '
The sun says: "We believa that the
world will yet arrive at a condition in
which ihcre will be no poverty that will
cause tiifferlng. and in which every
man who work will secure affluence by hi
labor. But hs yet we haveuot reached that
cond. tlon of things. There it not enough
produced to tatisfy the de.alrct of every
body, and those who think that by legislat
ing uion the hour of labor, or by any
other oi t of legitlatlou, they ran bring
about the reign ot peace and an abundance
of Justin- a'i'l felidly are, In our Judgment,
The Tinn says. "The chairman of the
Utah Conunistion declare that by a rigid
enforcement of the Edmunds act about
lifleeii thousand Mormon polygainis.li hive
been disfranchised. This number exoeedl
the prevlou e.tiniaUi of '3 percent. So
long, however, as the number of Mormon
not disfranchised greatiy exneed.s the num
ber of Gentile resident of tbe
Territory, the Territorial Legisla
ture and all the I0c.1l office will be
controlled by the Mormon church. The
law i not a failure, for under it nearly all
of the practical polygam'.lt have been de
prived of the hullo! anil debarred fram of-tice-hoMing."
The Trinune says: "If rhone to wander
Ing -"1 e and Mitchell, really ever
bad mil ion oioni of pummelling; eoau other
in a genuine prize-fight In the tout awest,
it looks now, at le.tft, a if the affair would
not couie off. One telegraph that the other
must tight him at New Oi lcans, and that
tins is tinal. Tbe other tayt that the tight
cau only take place iu Mexico, and that
tins Isvlinal, ' Lotus hope for the take of
deieucV 1 hat thi It indeed Ibe end, and not
only preliminary advertising for another
brutal exhibition under police protection at
the Madtaon Square Garden In thi city."
The Herald tayt: "The preUmiuary re
port of the Utah commlislon teem to thow
that, whatever were tho result of the last
elc ctii. n tbe commission were not at fault
mull hut the Edmunds law wat Insufficient
to effect what It was Intended to accomplish.
In fact the comiuitslon makes tucb a us of
their powers that not only the law, but their
action under the law, are to be judged by
the court, The few tiguret now published
show that while it it a comparatively simple
matter to deprive a man of his vote on the
charge of being a polygamitt, it It almost
linpostlble to secure hi conviction for po
lygamous practicea. The difficulty of lecur
Ing evidence on thia point ia one of the chief
problem in dealing with Mormons,"
The ItMlllvol tkr. Hlda-ela.
sr. Loi'm, Sept. 8. There wi a little
'J.vJ riot at Gregory & Day'i Fourth Street
Museum yesterday afterboon. It leenu
that Maria Nail and Gen. Mite, a pair 0
inlilgcis, we married lu Louisville two
weeks ago and came here at happy at could
be, with a barrel of wedding presenti aud
hearts, full of Joy. They got along nicely
until yesterday, when Maria lliougbt the
detected the General ca.llug thaep'i
eye at a red-headed girl. She Im
mediately yanked hliu Into the dreiilug
room, told him be wat no good and tab!
the would get a divorce If it look u court
house as high ns the shut tower and as wida
a ihc Exposition building (0 get It for her,
Maria goi violent at last mil they might
have covered what was left with a postage
Hanip bid not " apt. De Cotircy, the
tattooed ilmn, interfered and separated
tliein. They are not yet reconciled, as a
reporter discovered last night, who found
1 hf 111 tilling 1 far apart at the width nf the
exhibit lun platform would allow.
tmluilleU 0ul 1 1,000,.
MaIIuun. Sept. 8. Jotljb Sutton, an
indusirbiiis farmer living near Humboldt,
this iniinty, wa awludleil nut of JI.ihio
yesterday In Cincinnati by a confidence
man, who represented himself a helug a
nephew of Lawyer Craig, of 1 lilt elty. Sut
Ion hint Jut told bit crop of broom-coi n
when he. fell In the way of the twidd
ler. t.onld'e OsTMtiB Tnrtol.
Nkw York. Sept. 8. One of the per
tons Interested In the collision between the
tug. Edwin Htwley aud Jay Gould's
jiicht Atlanta, tav there wta plenty of
tea room for Ibe Atltntt, and the collision
would r ot have occurred if tbe had inula
use of It instead of bobbing In and 01
among the icho men tod iall vhsmIi
tucitutj lu thelu parrbt."1
The President hat returned to Wain
Ington, The yellow fever Is reported to be In
creating at I'cnaacola to an alarming de
gree. The polar wave Saturday was general
throughout tho entire nnib and north
wett. There wat a heavy frost at Yankton,
Dakota, Friday night.
At Omali the thermometer wnt down
to forty-five degrees abova zero, as it did
alio nt Milwaukee.
The government Days l pensioners at
the sub-treasury, St. Jouift, J-ii'i,' 00,000 an
nually. Tbe Toledo Produce Kxcbange yeiher
day passed a resolution favoring Postal Tel
egraphy. S. F.. Kennedy, the defaulting bank
bookkeeper, of Youngstown, O., reiuraed
to hit borne yesterday.
Bauer, the wrestler, wat arretted in
New York yesterday on a charge of ob
taining merchandise under falsa pretense.
He wa released on ball.
H They are having a lively time down ia
Mexico with Indian marauder. Tho Mex
ican soldiery are on the march, and tome
interesting war news from that quarter
may be looked for,
R. G. Dun A Co., commercial re
porters, say that everything points, to a
revival of the business o'. the country
thortly, and that business it gradually as
suming it more solid shape than it has been
in for years.
The home of Horace Oreeley at Cba
taii'iuu, N. Y.. consisting of seventy-eight
acres of ground and tun buildings thereon,
was told at public auction, in compliance
with a specification in Mr. Greeley', will,
yesterday. The trustee in charge ofthe
estate conducted the tale. The property
originally cost Mr. Greeley 170,000. It wat
bid (n by Mist Gabriel Greelev, the only
turviv ing heir to the will, for fclu.UOO.
Tbe subject of the proposed change of
uniform in llio navy has been very little
talked of for the past month, but oflkeri
generally throt L'hout Ibe ser
vice are awaiting anxiously the
Secrettry's action in the matter. It is
stated by the officer! on duty at the
Navy Department that the opposition
which was at first arointed by
tht contemplated change, hi to a great ex
tent disappeared, and that when
Secretary Chuudler Is able to look ut the
matter iu an impartial manner, he will
without doubt, approve the order which
was temporarily suspended.
I R 1.1. A !SD.
Dlmi.in, Sept. 8. The coming reversion
of the registration of electors will show
that, for the tirtt. time lu the history 0
Dul) tin elections under the registration
law, the Nationalists party hat gained a
fair representation by the registration of
40,000 voters under the lodgers' franchise
clause. The Liberals do not claim any
accessions to their rank.. Thy wi'l proti
ably vote with the Conservative to bent tho
Homc-Uule candidate. The Tories on tho
other hand lire confident of recelvlcg la.oe)
ofthe 11,000 votes registered.
I. Mo stock.
CAT TEE Receipts 2,ftl; tteadv; ex
pons fcrfij X; choice to srood shipping
S 405 HO; common to fair Wa: lu.
Hl.iUS Keceipis 4,600; quiet and slow;
light tfilOtiAj 70; mixed parking .ft SS;
heavy packlog aud shipping 4 i'Oitf.'i 2.V
C Vi'TLK-Kxponers S5 DO'oW 15; rood
to heavy do .'h.M."i 75; light to fair $4 OOf
4 "."; common to nii'diutu H -iO'rii lu; fair
to good Colorado$tu0'() 10; southwest $3 75
W.1S.1; grass Texan $3 i34 -JO; light to
goo I sijtckers f IfWWU 7.; fair, to good feed
er t'.'l 7.VS4 ir; common to cbolcs native
cows and heifers W '1VM 00; sc-tllawa;) of
any kind .f2 iXai "".
SHEEP Quotations unchanged. We
quote coninion to medium ii fiOrutl 2S; fair
to good t;i .WfrfS 7fl; prime $4 25;
sioi'kerfl "VtM 50; f:Ur to good Texan
U :ti' 0V1; lambs is! 60uM 50.
HOGS Receipts 1,097 head; shlnnient
1,'Jii.l head. Quiet and steady; demand
moderate, and supply, small; Yorker
I.VuT) i'i; butchers V OOVdd 15 rough
to good mixed packing H 4di't4 90; skips
dnd cull rj3 7.V4 X.
WHEAT Higher; closing at l7Hc Sep
tember; 09'. c October; JlOl1. November;
fl ii'JV December; year.
CtKN Higher; 50l." September; 50
October; 4ltl November; 47 vear; 48V
o.-VTS Higher; 26' September; 27 .
October: '.'ti-a year; 80S' May.
WHEAT Higher; closing at 1 02 Sep
tember; IMtt October; H 08 Novem
ber; d 10 V: Deoeinbe.' Jl 02 vear.
CORN Higher; 4', "September;
4o'i" Uctolmr 5 454 November; 42
year; 4"i Mav, t
OAIS-Higber; 'li b. September
October; "7 b. November;
25 . year; 30V May.
WHEAT Seutetnber.fi 15tl 111: Oc.
lobcr 1 17H: November il tokfol l!.vr:
December tl 21 V.
(H; November 53 S';
( ouulry I'rorJuoo.
BL'PI'ER Receipt 3l.;'.7:i ti. Ma'
lei quiet and uiicbauged.
We quote: Creatiery choice to fancy 22 d'
24, and occaslouallv a thade,. more for
favorite brands; off Hock at dairv rates.
Dairy Choice lo faucy I'.UiW, 20 for
seicoton; fair to good ll'a'U, common
Rfab). Good tochnicc near-by In pall iUH
12, coninion 7W8.
POULTRY' Choice large springs In good
request, but offering wers light; all
other descriptions overpleutiflll arid tlow
lale. Sale arranged: Old chlcken-
Cucks f 2 2.ir2 AO. mixed 2 7.Vi:j Oi) hens
U 2'i'.'l W; Spring thkkena Small UCiH 2'.
medium to good-sized $1 .V)tn.H 71 for fair
to good choice $2; fancy full-grown J A
(tti .V). Spring ducks ,$2 50.M; young live
turkev 12c Vlh.
KtiGS-To-day receipt 4fW uks. Firmer,
choice mark told at 14 SfdJlNc; doubtful
stock lest according to quality. Demand
Wheat arrived better lone. Corn arrived
toady, Wheat and corn to arrive firmer
and heavy. Mark Lane Wheat aadoorn
to arrive qulei. Country n.arketa stead v
Weather lu Kntlmd wi. Spot wheat tjulfl
hut Irm; No. 2 spring flt IU: 3
tuing none inmjuke'.; Western srtnuvr fen
2d. Mixed Wottern corn uconro4 oi
fttft.Wd. Domand from tbe Uatif-s,
U rmt it.