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County Jiidpi J. H. holilliann,
( ouni) t'lerk S. J. II tiPini .
Couiilv Tri'aniifi'r Milot W. Parker.
t ormiiT-K. KliEtfiralfl
Cnnntv Commli-alnniTi'-T. . lu .liliiy,
MnlcalieT and PutiT suti.
ghop on HallMay Avontm, belwi-nn r.iiirlli nd
Hlitti Htruutii, Cairo. Illltmla,
WAII kind ol Huhl nd heavy Mac kumltlilne,
airiiti and carrlu work dono In the nuol wotk
manllku manner. Hurm-i'liouliin a apiicinliy and
t'ntll you havo nwo our St'w Itnok
Battles for the Union
.Ball! on HIM. FIRESIDB I'CB.CU.,
IP. O. BOM. rniiaaoipma, ra.
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Tlio moHt iowrlnl AnliHPptio
WILL PKKVENT TIIK CHOLKKA.
Tbt moiit powerful An
t:i pile aic'in which
chKiiiiRtry Ima proilucu'l.
Iih mm olihrr inur
nail y or cxliTijalli r, n
d, ra all it c iiwn In nin
tact wiili. pure, fwei.a
ami clean. -t lie produc
tion of iliKi'nar ferrua
n nnea anil tb put i nt
Whrn need mi Ulcura,
Scalda. P.iirria. Ernptlons
and rjiira it ainpa all
Pain, awi'tiena tun part"
and iMinotea the, rapid
1'iriiintiun of ft e a I t I) y
i I'Diaiit' IMkii
It U a fact e hI ibMi-hi'd
hy Science 'hut n.anv
dlni aen are inlriniiirint
by putrill'-atl'iii, which
reproduce iti-elf and
prupoKau- tne dlatav
In er wideuiuuciiclea
Thene d aea-ea trener
atu coiiadoti uudllll the
air whb death. Such la
that dreail Terror.
which in niiw devattat.
Inn the Lam and ad
anciii! on lt niiHuion
of de.ath rapidly toward
our hiire. U'.Iht di
caae of lh amne mrt
an- Diphtheria, Typh
old Kevi-r. Scarlet Kever,
Srna l-l'ot. M e a I e .
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erale cunlaulou. HiIlt
dinrarv r ever and
Au'.i '. Ma arial Kever,
ic , nrme from coma
emu b rh c,ne of
Uampnei., uiibnalthy 'It
uanoii or iiiitli annenK.
All tt.vn l)lea-e can
he t ired onlv hy tup
pnnr tli production of
I'Im-upc. lierru ai.d de
urovlng thoM aire-.dy
prixliiied. Iloth Hie.-reriilii-
ar atcomplip.. d
tiy the u of Piof
liarby preparat'on of
Dora' ic Add ai.d i. hlo
rilie, know H an
It expomire in a irk
rooni. ('.-(lar. Co, t or
M ,ll tillr fle tile At-
rji'icptierij and ilriv..
nway the L'enn i f d;
and d ath.
Taken Internnli it
Huritl" the M.ma h.
1 u'.vi iij it tone a i, d
1 hen.tny vit'or It i hu
. that n cnre In-il'f'tl in
hi,d ll)pep! a.
! When ned a a I.o'lnn
! It deftrov all r'lefkli!
and II nich produriur;
Keri!i. leavlnu tho fkm
clear, white mid t'ai
p. rent an Hut f a Imle
It reiidin all It
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uct wi'li Pnri
Spai elo : ol permit u to Hume of the un lo
wh.cb tlii' Kreit lionn-'lenrmer 1 app.li able,
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PHYSICIAN k 8URGK0X.
Special attention paid to the II iinenpalhie treat
mi. ii : of unreal diaeaaea. and aiea?ea of women
and chl rtreu.
iipHt'E-tm Hth street, oppca.te tie Pint
ottlce. Cairo, III
U. J. L. ST KONG,
12'J CtinuiieiTiAl Ave, Cairo, III-
VAPOR, ELECTRO VAVOlf and MEDICAriiU
A lady in atteudauce.
K W. C. JOCKLYN ,
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K Y. W. WHITLOCK.
Orrua-No. '.5 C.iran;
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rcial AenHJ. H,twit,
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Mauufacturur and Dealet In
Jt ti Strom, between Uom'l Avti. ,..nl I.eveo.
cnoicK nouiNo a specialty
ALL KINDS OK AMC.NITION.
iafe lto'red. A'l Klndanl Kev Made.
Cairo & St. Louis Packet.
Tha pnliitliil Atichur Lino McamiT
Will eavo Cnlro avory Saturday and Tuesday ayeo
I nil at o'clock, Rivliifj Calm a dally ooat fotBt,
Kor particular a rate", etc., apply to Capt.
Tho, W. Shield. Ueneral Aitent, orHol A. Silver.
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HAIKU. 1LLINUIN, TUKSDAY
J!' i i ..... .M
KILL OFF KELLY.
The Tammany Le&der Always Ad
' verse to Democratic Interests.
An InV-nriewprl Gentleman Talks Oon
(erning Him He Murt be Discharged
rrom I'ew-"lTm k tk Vm to
do it."Tk 5ewi b Qewl
EocjiMTtR. N. T., fcft. W.-I!r-IxVbirt
B,rUocvclt,nf 5w y trk haa writ
ten )m( and polnlH iMVtrW tlx adlter of
the at r Pjat-KxpT, 1 wliick be
rivca auine entei lalniaj Tlrw of the fuc
'ionl f 1 i t in l he l"r,mocrry of bU i'il ,:tii'I
pxpreiiea Koiin! (ii:nie ptmliiii" of "K'l-
y and hia rrew," a lie rh:ir:ntenz
Tammany Hall and lt honored leader.
Tammany, h aay a. from being an armlet
Malic tantitution ha become an airoorallc
JOHX X K IX Y I ITS DICTATOR,
and touii,' ami auibitioii.s men,
men who deniro to riti lo
political distinction, must firt inter
view him and ask hia permission to lip pro
prped onward and upward. If Kelly per
mit, be n; if not, lie crf out. either to
outer darknen ami enanbniK of tetri and
expendiug of bad language, ortojuintlie
coutiiy Democraey, a it id called. "That
in a Democracy which adinitt every Fenio
rriit in the cnunly to what ia supposed to lie
the hlrtbriehtot eerr Ainerftai) citizen."
Of Mr. Kelly' pretenaiona Mr. Hooaevelt
ay: "lie hecanie ao
VV.VrT.V II' WITH f'OXXKR
thai, with bis niroeoariea at hi haek, he
made open war upon Ui Dernocraiii; party
oftbe slate ad nation." Mr. Kosevi II
adds: "He autajonized Tiklen, defeated
Kuoinseti, injured llaucock. pave a Iietuo
rratic Aawmbly to the R"puliliean. and
finally defied aiid hampered (iov. Cleveland,
lie mifht haT ,'' on barcainini wild the
lieptiblieans in thi city and aniliti? cut the
Iuioorats her long a he pleaded with
out rebuke, but. when it came to hi- cancel
lin. Democratic victoriea and falierins;
Democratic goveroori the country member
of the party felt that
somrthi.no ot.'onT to br do.nr.
Then it was, after alternate year of rmir
ajre and coMardlee, funnineui and viscll a
tioD, that the slate com ui it tee wa inntnut
ed by tbe Mate convention to harmonize
toep&rtyin New York. While reconiz ti!;
tbe reKUlariiy of the county Democracy the
committee carried out tbelr resolution to
their be ability." Concluding. Mr. R m.
velt very blontly declared thai Tammany
nVnii ." hp uid "T nut the case
clearly and tmthfuHy m sarin; that al
tboiiirh the case i Dominal'y conlined tothe
city of XewfYork. it is reallr a buttle be
twien the ewverument aad John Kelly; be
tween Iieinocraey and aristocracy ; between
LOYALTY A Si TRAJJN.
If lb' tte convention refux's to utaln
the action of the State Committee, tbey will
sttiltifv iticmshes. thev will lrtsult the
committee, they will tide alui the head
of the parlv, aod they will eiidauu
the national mmw l It&i. 'Itus U
the year to get rid of Tammany
itidltsetjl odon aud bad iDberltaace of
vice. Xot that many of lis member are
not sterling DeroocraLH aod worthy of rec-oL-uiilnii
and respect everywhere. It an
1HI l oCR AOR OF OCR CONTICTIONS
just nnce. in liie next National election our
repudiation of Tammany would briuk: ua
ten rolea where it lost tu oae. There ia no
fear s to the action of tbe conretitlon.
Some member will tie cootrolled by princi
ple, ami other will not forget that the Got
ernor has two years yet to nerve, and that a
vole a(raint the action of the Kate commit
tee is a blow at the (Governor whiuh he will
not be likely to forget.
aplure of !Htl rtmlnl.
ChaTTanciooa. Tenu.. Sept. 10. Wil
liam AUierton, known alao as Cienrse II.
Tlinnia". has been arre.avd here tin.ler su
picloi of beini a fugitive from Ju.siii e. Let
ter, in hi room show that hia precnce ia
greatly desired in Southeastern Minnonrl and
other ptaee for llf:ed crime. When ar
rested he at, attempting to ka?e the coun
try. A ft or being Imprisoned be U'legraphed
to Klorida to Dr. Ilethndge, who on ar
rhrmtr reuiatepe.il as .1. II. Humphrey. At
the Jll Bethrtdf-euve the prHmier WO
for hhx defence). Thomas also telegraphed
lo Ohio and 260 was sent lo hint with a
leleirratn slating that ft. would be seat
if needed. Tne prisoner was held In $.'.
000 Ivall. Tbe officer aancrt that they have
captured a noted criminal.
Macular Ktteol of am AecWeal.
STURiiKON. Mo.. Sept. 10. A dipatcb
hu been received here atattng that Robert
Piowell, of this cotitily, who has been at
tending the Marshall. Saline county, fair,
fell from a wavjoti Friday from the effeet of
which he I completely paralizeil andean
hardly recover, He ia seventy yeuri old
and one of the beat known and most sub
stantial farmers of Northern Boone comity,
He was exhibiting stock at the fair.
F.n Rnte lor Kri.
Cihcaoo, Sept. 10. MfM-r. Moody.
Motiranubaii and Whittle, evutigelisis.leave
tbla country 0Mo1r 2 for Ireland, on n
actWe missionary campaign. Hy the aJvica
of Mr. Moody thev will work In tlio south
of Ireland, where. noiwiihMamllng "lfl
prepoaderance of Uie Ilo man Calh nlic n
tinienl. they are a.siired a fair and n peot
fu! hearing by reaaon of being Aiiiei ictni.
The lualaam Have Meen lienieil.
CtllCAiio, Sept. I. Senator D
Ixigan and Cameron, the Senate Siiii-cun-inlueo
on Indian Affairs, will arrive here
from Omaha t hla afternoon and a. J mrn.
Senator Duwos and Sergcanl-nl-Aarmi
Christie will go to Masachutti. Mor.
Dawes and Cameron ate rcpii led u he
lirofoiindly Impressed with the belief that
the Indiana havo been cheated,
I'lre M New Orleaua.
New Oki kans, Sept., 10. -The Ntnre f
l, Dnwllug, commission merchant. '
totally destroyed by flro thla morning.
tho ntocka of Tliouaaa Marahand 1'icard
Meycrlng were damaged by water. The
rear portion of Levis Broa.' establishment
was also slightly damaged. KH mated
lo, Jil, 000; fully Imured,
(I ANNIBAI,. Mo., Scpi. 10.-Brukeman
Con. Berkely wa run over yeatorday fter
nou at tbe cotton IraoMiVr track, and nu"
(led n that he will dlo.
M ( ) R M N 0 , SKI T E M B E R
Hill NT. I.OtlH FAIR.
Grand Display of Fire Worki-Tl
The Trade' Foaaesaiou aud the Veilel
I'ropheta-The Qrandeat Diaplay Ever
Made, on Thi Coutanont.
The I'ost-Diapatc.b this evening contain
a aeven. column description of Use coming
veiled rrupheta pruceamofl. How it wa
obiuined one week in advance of the puiill
calioii of tbe Veiled Prophet official d".
criptioii i a mystery to all save the schem
ing reporter who worked up "the scoop."
By tins description we are informed that
the displav will be the most gorgeous pre
dilation yd offered to the va! iniiltliu Je
wlin aernble annually to witnrs il .
I II K SlliRY UK Til E PA li RANT .
The fauns of the davigone br. I he bright
and good little people that beat down the
gi';.-l upon the knolls in the moon light, or
pbveil pranks upon the highway or in Hie
di'ip f.nn.K in thi riiitit triad limes thai
liclin;i.i to inn forefulners, will return
again the coining October night m! pai lie
fpaie in the Veiled 1'ropheu' sixth auuitii
mil festival. AH the fairies w ill be there.
I'l-naps Mime may not be able to rceoni.e
I'.l- in boots" or the herons of a doen
or liore legends of childhood about the
c)oa of darkness, the cup f knowledge
and the winged shoe; still all these charm
ing cijai acteri-tic of childish fancies nill
be present In one shape or other in the
festive gathering and all the ;-ood elves and
iiiis'lib-vioii manikins that s'.reti h between
the wonder-worker of the primitive
Aryan, the li.ikhas, Iievs, I'cri. Hj uns,
M.inils all I so on of l.v 11a-1 . ami tile
practical brown. e of ihe .Scottish High
lands, nr the fluttering spirit of the North
American In liaii. will be suggested If not
actually accn in the throng, ami forth old
aa w'll a the young the pageant will pro
vide a b sson fraught w ith cliaiming know
leilg ami siig.'elive of hiiundie-. pleasure.
The fairies will com.- luck iu a! tb'-ir gor
geous raiment and with the glorious splen
dors of their mythic borne aurtounding
Two heralds pluiu'cd and c a 1 in courtly
garnieiits, m iiinie stride swift stepping
steeds and qlowinz golden horns a Ihey go
w ill ride at tbe head of the precession, He
bilid tlieill follow eleven geutleioeu 0 f the
Prophet's lioil-eholii, the couk, the stew
ard, the etymologist, the jester, tbe artist,
the secretary, the treasurer, gu.u d, etc,
each atride a charger of grotcsiu appear
ance, decked out to rc-emliie some strange
bird or wild animal. Kucli pei-m carries
finblenis of his oftiee the c .ok being
armed with a hut;e spoon and knife ami
fork, the artist with a monster palette and
soon. Their,dres also is indicative of their
respective callings. Hiding singly or in
pails Ihey lead the way for the gorg ,oiii
train. Hchind them i.-a series of twenty,
M il IT TIIK KDITOIM SAT.
Opinions of the Leading Journalist of the
Nkw Viikk. Sept, 10. The World says:
' The hardehips of the rich are not ap
preciated bv the unthinking poor. They buv
a Sickle Plulo road, and rind that the nickel
i what Hunthorne call 'a mere vener, '
while the West Shore, road proves a'demni
tinti teallty.' Rud.i workmen will strike
anil compel them to Increase the houis of
laboi . which they are very unwillitur. to do,
as rich men ;rre always philaiilhroiisis,
I'lifeciing editoi ai iee to trouble Ihcm by
s:iyiug lhal one man is as good as auolher;
initially aw ins thai 'a J poor nun h:is the
atiie right as a rich man.' The news
paper compel them lo iiih.,
the eli va'or safe in their builJing. lo
sll'iinit to illsperlion the boiler on their
steamboats; fnrec liiein (some time) to
furnish scats to people who pay for scats;
to put aii -luakcs on their locomotive and
watchmen at their railroad crossing; j
clamor is made that Ihcir tenements shall be
made safe; Ihey are forbidden to vse rear
ing reins or to dock their horses' tails.
There is only one point at w hich the cruelty
to the rich eevses. Nobody interferes with
them hunting an alleged fox and allowing
the dogs to kill a real fox. One would
think that with the advantages and op
portunities to rich men in this country they
would prefer it lo any other country. Hut
t In to i thi immense ilraaback on value of
this wealth, that It is net m cure :il present.
The rich man can buy legislatures, appoint
judges, coulrol politic, oecupv tliestl Is
grab the public lands, plant his tcleerapn
pnleon your sidewalk, run his n am in
front of your third -story window, kill a
passenger every day in his ofllrhl capacity,
ami damn tbe public in the personal cmiii
donee of an interview, All thi is very
nice while it lasts, but it will not lasi. K.ven
now It looks a if Hie miuiev power was
menaced, and as If tho time was coming
whni the tich would have only their money
to distinguish Itieni from other people, "
The Suns.ivs; "So donbl II I a great
misfortune, bur Mr. Tildon I out of ihe
rploslioii as a Presidential candidate for
s. If he were able and willing to us
nunc, that place many tains would be plain
and easy which arc now doubtful and difll
cult. But these doubts and difllcnllies arc
not to be overcome bv obstiiuiLdv dom ing
their existence and blindly running Inlo n
net of Impossibilities, Mr. Tildon will not
boa candidate, and a candidate mnt be
f mini. There I no man within ourknowl
edgcwlio uiissc.e the qualification (hut
belong In lit in . There Is no man who com
mands the public confidence us he does.
There is no man whns( name would put
lde so many minor oiniroerie wlihln
the parly on the one hand, or omumand
such widespread or hearty coiitidcno,. fruin
tho people at lui go on ihc oilier, llul while
litis I so. t si c ii to us a mi-take to persist
ill ad ooatlng his nomination when we know
that hi" consent cannot be t t .i i n I . W ho,
then, shall lead the I b rnoi i acv in lisi:-"
A I'roinlnenl llrcliiinn lleail.
Wlll-H.IMI. W, V.l., ept. I". Iloli.'.l.
1 1 111, iii (, n i, I, 1 ui' ii I Cic canil '.l.ile lor
( oligl'i s flnin tills (lilrni ugaili-t (in.
fioff In Issj, mul a pioniitictil aiioiiiey,
tiled at lils residence In tin clir tin morn
ing, Aged 4U vinis, Mr, li I mile a
speech at the ( iiuilun.ili conventlun In t 0,
econding Judge Thin man' nomination
for the I'fi snlency. which wa nnMi
Itnfiia Itsica Visits III Old lliiine.
IiiKhroltn, III,, sept.lO.-IIilfils llaloh,
who thirty years ago was a clerk In u small
slnre. paid a Hying visit here yesterday, ill
tended clime, mid presided at the urgan
tipon which he ued lo play a quarter of a
oi'iitu ry ago,
Drcatcr. III., Sept. 10.WulWiiC
Ing fi oin delirium troen. last T lh
V. Wallace, a wealthy dentist brsv ing t
one of the oldest fiimlllea of Clluil ltitt
ty, threw himself u"aer a MldlanrfJUaw.
e'er eauree'Md watia4 t plnrM l
11(11 A I4SI Ol' THK I KOtT.
DnstrtiRtive Bavagia Mada ou the Corn
and Other Crnpa of the Country Af
Br.'clp.g the Market.
Ia I mm.
V i si aitmc, Iowa, Sept. 10. There wu
a alight frost here Saturday and Sunday
nidi's, The damage generally is ilight.but
on some low groand cor a U considerably In-
DiBt cji R. Iowa, ?ept. 10. Frost on
Saturday sight nlppl the vines In this
viemtv, but ao far a learned ha not
seriously injured tbe fruit. Corn is not
injured, unless it ia lit I It- in the valley,
nii'lllrit not to any extent. The average,
it i oi'lii ve I, is by no means a teriou u
wa rxpecied and crops ua tbe whole, bava
received little damace. Xn freet last night.
AT KIWA CITY.
Iuwa T I y, la., Sept. 10. -A heavy frost
fe'l here Sunday morning bat did little
damage lo corn in this county.
I Keel on the Market.
( KP'.oii, Sept. 10. The floor of the
rxenange thi morning was crowded with
specii a; or., and trading at the opening wu
aei;v und full of exeltement. It sta ex
pected that the report of the frost, which
h:i e been coining In for tbe past two day,
would serve as an active Incentive In advanc
ing the price of corn, and this proved in a
manure true. October option In corn,
wuich closed at ,ri0i alut(iav, was rapidly
adv meed to 52 at 10:45, and appeared steady
;il lb it figure. This is an advance of 3V
over tho closing cjtKitatlnn for Friday of last
werk. ):its. in sympathy, ran up to 38V
tigs'1, for October and 27 V for the year, or
an advance of one ceir over Saturday'
cio-in.:. Wheat, on the contrary, eased
llesirncMve Frosl In Kenlarky.
i 'ini I n n a T' I . Sept. 10. Frost ia reported
very generally throughout Ohio, Indiana
and Ken'ucky the past two morning.
Op iiinii, vary as to its effect on corn. Re
port I'.oin Kentucky aay all tobacco on the
low : (iiiud and creek bottoms is ruined.
Vegetables everywhere art injured. The
woai lie r is warmer lo-day.
In ew York.
I,n RI'tir.T, N. Y.. epl,
10. A heavy
Iujtii v .
frost viited Niagara county last
t 'orn and tomatoes are said to b
injured, but fruit generally escaped
Al Msirsliaillnwit. la.
MarshaIXTown. Iowa, Sept. 10. The
severe frost of Friday and Saturday morn
ing rioiisiy affected the corn in the low
lands. Conversation with leading farmers
i oiicates the corn crep injured one-third in
IU'Kon. I). T.. Sept. 10. -The frost here
wa-. light, and ilid but little damage. In
this si ctioii two-thirds of thr corn crop hai
ina'iiri il. w hile a greater uortion of the re
mainder was not injured.
Ill") Are litMiiril.
o 1 1 w a, Oil. , Sept, pi. The attention
of the i iiuiiiion governinent has been
tilled loan aliened eve of.kidiiapping by
I lilted Slates soldiers, who entered Caua
ili.ui tcrriloi'V, aslsstate.il, and captured
and took bin k with them a deserter who
had sought refuge uuder the British flag.
It appear that in the spring of 12 Frank
S,vi , r left home in Ontario and went to
the t' lilted Mate In search of employment.
He enlisted in the United State cavalry,
a id wa sent to Fort McXilnol, Montana
len itoiy. Ho taU-s that all the soldiering
he did was to work early and late with plci
ax 'ami shovel. Last April he was ordered
out on detached service, which, be
ai-crts. was making ditches and
laying pipe a: Fort Avduaboine, Not be-in-
a. ilc to stand bard work any longer he,
w itli a e iinpanion, bade good-bye to the
I'niteii State army and took the train for
famuli. Th" oonnd day after leaving
ihey ivi rc joini a by anotner deserter from
Camp Morris, and logetbex the three
crossed over to British Government soil.
When about eighteen miles for Fort Walsh,
and thirty-five mile from the International
boundary line, tbey were arrested by a de
tachmciit of mounted troops from Fort
Assinahnlne, to whieu sUitioa tbey were
taken back as prl nan to be tried for de
sertion. In after Investifition the fact are
a stated'hy Switwr, tan Canadian govern
ment will no doubt call for an explanation
through tbe British mlnUUT at Washing
ton , The Canadian press state, if the facta
tiro as reported, the Dominion govern
tn nt is imperalrtely called upon Intake
i o: n,aiico of the matter.
T. I.iicis, . Sept. 10. Two grand ex
hibition of tlreworka in fair week will coat
M.oixi, and K C. Klrnraons Is working up
the subscription. Part of the money, and
of cou rse the reist of It will have to come
wlih Kd. Simmon at tbe tow-line. The
first display Is to h ilven on Monday night
and the second on Wednesday nliht. The
programme will bo as follows: Opening
salute of twenty -one aerial guns; grand
Illumination and ascent of mammoth
lei hunt; display of 100 large colored
I'ockot. First dovtr-e Alailden's jew
ecdtiee and other eccentric noveltle.
second .lum'io with life action; grind dis
play of nventy-tlve shells; flight of ten
asteroid rocket, swtirtiis of writhing
snakes, eic. Third Mammoth silver fire
wheel; displays nf shell and rockets.
Fourth Fall of Niagara, fifty foot long;
Plain's aerial wonder. Fifth Blazing
guns changing to an Immense rainy foun
tain, asteroids, shells, etc. Sixth Flro
portrait nf a well-known St, Louis man,
etc. Seventh - Cattish emblem In four t.nl-Ltlon-:
Hie piulrle rlrc. KLIiih The
Veiled Prophet; six twenty-pound shell,
each containing fi, 'WO stars; ieaglc.il llliiml
nation of the nelbborhofid. Ninth The
clivarmsnf St. I, mil with mniiu. Tenth
Other iiovelile and a grand Illumina
tion, Wa,nlat-iaa ftolee.
WAHiii riiN, Sept. 10. Lieutenant
Colonel Moiiigoinery Bryant, of i he Four
teenth Infantry, recently tried hvoourt m.r
linl nl San Francisco has been acquitted.
KHI'tlltT OR TIIR MM. I. COM M IT t RR .
The report of the Kill Investigating Com.
nililee was htindod to Secretary Folger tn
day. It Is Hated here that it will rocmn
nieiid that no eoniructs be let without ad
verilslng, and will probably recminuend the
npp'ilutiiieiit nf a hoard to nsslst Hill In tk
maiugi'inent nf the offiee.
Mebraaka hiale lair.
OmaMAi Sept. 10,The n'VeiiteenHi an
niial state fair of Nebraska opened I hi
morning with cool weather. It I expected
tn be the large! ami most 1 mr oil an t fair
ever held here. The exblldls crowd the
gtouiii's tud the number of entiles t larger
than on any previous year. Many are.
stockmen, coining over from the Iv Moiues
fair. The speed-riot tBUiei aiao helokaa.
OVFR THE OCEAN.
Dt'Ri.iN. Sept. 10,The demeastratlo.
at Waierford Minday, under the auspice
nf the Irish National League, was attended
hy over IIO.IXX) pjisnns. The city ws pro
fusely decorated with flag aod emblems,
and there wa an Imposing procession with
banner and several hands of music. Th
metlng passed re-olutioiw demiiKiliig a
parliament in Ireland, not only iu aanie bat
In reality, and declaring that Ireland must
have that which Kugtaud has by t.ecesatty
of time gra ited Canada because that pro
vince was rebellious. The adoptio n of tbe
resolution wa greeted with loud cheers.
Michael Darttt denounced the lank act as
entirely Inadequate to tbe need of Ireland.
He stated that not one-six'h of tbe land
cases had yet been heard, and when they
had been all settled tho reduction of rent
would not amount to 1,000,000.
Dcrlik, Sept. id. The Right Hon.
Hugh Law, Q. C, Lord Chancellor of Ire
land, is dead.
Rrri.in, Sept. 10. -The. statement of tbe
Imperial Bank of fiermany show a de
crease of specie 7,s,r,000 marks.
STKAMRK IN DIRTRKHfl.
London, ept 10. As the steamer Shu
dam, from New Ynik for Amsterdam, wa
passing I.izzard Point yesterday she sig
nalled distress. She bad experienced s
September hurricane and there was ten
feet water in her engine room.
The Standard's Berlin special states that
the joining nf Hon mania in the alliance of
Austria and Cenmny lain answer to the
Ruian coup d' ct it in llti garia. Me add
thHt the ivlatimis now existing between
Germany and lltissia are more than cold,
and says it is reported that the Russians
are concentrating an armed force north of
the river Pruth, hetweeu Roumania and
Paris), Sept. 10. Tbe Figaro state
that the second interview took place be
tween Ceallemel Laeour, the French Minis
tor of Foreign Affairs, and Marquis l'engi
Chinese Ambassador, at which the que"
Hon of tbe cocatloii of the frontier at TonJ
quin ami the Independence of Annam was
disci'sseil . The conference, however, con
cluded Without any definite r.isult.
SK.MI Al.oNH I HK SOLOIKRR.
Paris. Sept. 10. The Paris Temps edi
torially ji ooniincnds that, during the pen
pency of negotiations be ween Chaltnelle
Lai'our and Marquis Teng, the dispatch of
reinforcements to Tonqnin should be con
tinued with unabated vigor.
Fire al Male Rock.
Ltii l.K H'K'K, Sept. 10. The lose by the
burning of Iteini' lumber mills below Tex
arkana, Texas, amounts to $200,000, not in
cluding jweivo freight cars belonging to the
Texas pacific railroad.
(.orator will sing at twoconcerta In Naples
for the benefit of the lschia sufferern.
Mary Anderson has made, a hit, a pal
pable hit, iu London, and Kentucky, of
course, is happy.
Jem Maco says that In the course of his
pugilistic career he has won as much as
l ive SltM-k.
C'ATri.K-lieeeipi S,000 stcacW; ex
ports $ti l.iMH.Vi; choice lo good shipping
o .VWid'ii IK); coiiinioii to fair .$.') 25.
IIUiJS -Ueceipis U.DtW; active and firm
at iOo higher: lurht Ki 10r 70; rough
packing ,fl ii."M4.0O; heavy pack wig and ship
jdng Ki "Ol! li'i.
"ATTLEKx porters $3 &)r 15: rood
to heavy do $ .Viur'i "A; light to f air $4 00r
4 To; couitnon to medium H VI ; fair
to (food Colorado $lD0(rf.i 10: southwest $3 75
WoHj; grass Tex.ins $.1 i'iai4 20; light to
good slackers $1 fsi'ieil 7i; fair f i good fead
ors $;t 7,"ii4 2IS; common to choice native
cows and heifers $2 2,"iral 00; snallawags of
any kind $2 'i'MifiS 7?.
SHEKP-titiotatlons unchanvred. We
quote common to medinin $2 ,Wa;! :fi; fair
lo good SI iiOta'3 75; prime 3 "W((H 60;
fair to on, I Texan $2 VtG& no- Iambi
St iMtti .10.
llOliS Receipts 5,7ri9 head; shipment
2,S.'i4 head, weak and slow; demMid
moderate, lare snpplv; Yorkers
$,' 10'ir." 20; butchers $. 00(5 20 rough
to good mixed packing $4 5kcr4 00; akrpa
and culls S'l 7-ii 4 2.
WIIF.AT-Uiisettied; closing at!7Xc Sep
tember; '.Wac Ocwocr; $1014 Neveniber;
$1 0;", Deeoinber; vear.
Col! . . -Higher; filS Sept.nher; 60S
fhtober; .V) November; S0 year; 48V
OATS-llighor; 27S Soptewber; J
October: 271. your; ,11 .May.
!T. I. ol is.
WHEAT-Lowor; cioslng at flOl.'s' Sep
letnticr; $1 i'C. Ootober; $1 07. Novem
ber; $1 nfl'. : Pi ubc $1 01K vear.
CO UN ghcr; 47S Scpumber;
47 v. October; 4,)l Noveinbcp;
year; Id .lnv,
OA I S-Higher: 26V b.
27 Oclnher; 27 H b.
2(1 ' vear; S0V May.
WIIF.AT-Soptetnber $1 15V; Oc
lobor $110'.; November $1 lr4
i. ceinlier $1 21. V-VSi
'otN--sopiembor (i'ls; October MS ;
Novomiicr li.'i'i; Decenibrr B2'..
oh airy ratnce.
BCTTKIt-Ilecclpt W.400 Its. Mar
ket quiet, aud uocbailged.
We quote: Creamery choice to faucy 22 a
24, and occasionally a ahaile insre for
favorite brand; off stock at dairv rates.
Italry Choice to fancv 17ia l!. 20 for
selection; fair to good 1112. common
SofdO. (iood tn cliotis near-by in palls $10(
12, common 78.
POl'LTUY-Market firm and ia good
request , but offerings wcrs light;
Sales arranged: Old chickens
Cock $2 'Xiai .'id. mixed $2 KM t); hens
$11 2fi'ad .VI. spring chlckew .Small 2.1.
Hied I u iu to ifo-iii-iizcl $1 AirfJ 74 for fair
lo good choice $2oJ 10; fancy large $2 2.'
Wi .VI. Spring ducks $2 ,'0i,'l; younj live
turkeys 12o 'tb.
MUDS To-day reeclM 4oS pks. Higher,
chonr marks sold at l.WlOVc; dnuiitful
lock less according to quality, Supply
Wheat arrived heller tone.. Corn arrived
Steady, Wheal and corn o arrive rJrmer
and lieavy. Mark Lane Wheat and corn
tn arrive IniiH ovug. Country luarke tasteady ;
Weal licr In England wt. .ipnl. wheat quiet
hut firm; No. 2 spring i Id: No. 3
spring none in market; Western winter Da
tt. Mixed Western corn changed at
Be 7d. 1 remand from the United King
cUia and CoaUei asMtr far wheat, anvi
aWararate far wrm. I