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LLINOLH CENTRAL K. R.
Sliortest anil Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Line Uunuinu:
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K. K. T1MKL'1MAT CAlKo.
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0ITY GUN ST01M-V
OldfAt in tlio 'il ; PstaMMit-il in
C'.im'l Ave , 1ct w-n ft It anil l"lli st.
MAKUKACTL'RKK DBALErt IN AM. KINDS
Amnilliil'.lonof all tli-Hi-rtfl-.W' alwava on liaml at
HOTTUM PKIUirt. , ,.
0n-ral n-pairlnn In all klnrti- of iiii-tuN. kva
nf all (luacrlntioiia mail" 10 onli-r. anil hhiImIik lion
warranted. tJlvo me a call, ami l- convinced for
Touraelf, at me gn of th- "H10 (iL'N.
JOHN A. KOK1ILKK.
gj.flm PronrUnor, Cairo. 111.
8hn oo Halllilay Avnnun, IicIwmhii Kiiiirlh nd
Hlxtli bln-titK. Cairo, llllnnla.
tyAII kind ol light and heavy lilitr.k.nilihlnL',
wiwon and carriage work dou In the met work;
manlike manner. Ilnrae-ahneltn a apnr.mlty and
KLOVR, OEAIN AND HAY
Egy ptian Flouring Mi I Is
HI,. a... a flUri-l.aJ.iAJJ,.aUTJmyi.
0 IK) LEU A!
PROF. DA RHYS
'J ho funt powerful Ant iit io
WILL PRKVRNT TIIK CIIOLEIU.
Tin tuott powerful An-
tlHI-ptlC BK'-Ut w h I c b
r.hi'iutitry baa produce I.
Ii ua either Inter
nally or externally nn-d'-r
all it c'-rne In ron
t:l with. puru. ewi-et
ami clean, itie produc
tion of dlaiiaac-irt-rua
r-aea and thu patimi
It la a fact Ci-t tbilelx-d
liy hrli-uce 'hat iT.ariy
dlaea'ea are lnlroUM-d
by patrldratlon, wulrh
reprodiicia llelf and
pruHatu. Ili li !"(
Id ever widening circle
Theae d eaei irenur
ale contairioii and till the
air with doath. Sicti la
that dn-ad Terror,
which l now di vntat
Ini; the Kart and d
vanillic on Ita micnon
of death rapidly toward
our chorea. Other di--earn-
of tha rami- mil
are I)iph;heia. Typh
oid Kever, Nearlei Kevr,
Smi l l'oi, M u a a I e a,
Yellow Kever, Ery-ip-elaa,
etc. All ihi-ie ireti
erate tonlat-lon. Other
dlaearva K e vc r and
Ag-j, Ma arlal Kevnr,
air., uric-- from conta
Cion which comi-n of
damphem. nnh- alihy .It
uatlon. or uncliaiio ei.
All theae Ut'ea.'a ran
lie cured only hy .top
pit; the production of
niM-aoe (ii rtua and de
a'rojing tlooe already
produr.vd. Itolh tbe.e
rfuMa are accomplliii d
hv the u.e of Prof
Darby preparation of
Horaclo Ai ld and I'lilo
rme, known a
tt hen u.ed on Ulcera,
Scald. Huron, Kmptiuos
aud hor-.-i it alopa all
Pain, awectena the t ait.
and promote the rapid
lorination of h e a I l h y
Ita exposure. ti a m k
room, Cedar, (.'liw. i nr
htuh:e pur. flea ll.e At-moaph'-re
away the genu I d.t
cane aud d ath.
Taken internal!) It
puriHca the htoma'h.
Kivini; It lone and
healthy viiror It i'hu
thai it cure ludieaitun
When ued at a Loioti
It deitrojx ail Fruri. le
aad li uU:h prodiKliij
term, leaving the kin
ciear, white and Oat a
parent a thut of a iinle
It rmdi-H H I"
rtniiea In c in
tact with Pure
8pa;e do' i ot p 'mil u to name of tue ut tn
which lb ureal fiorin-drtroi-r i app'i ah'e.
Ak your Drn.'ifiat for printed matter iln.cr.pnve
of Ha nnefulnc-'!, or addf
.1. 11. ZKl IjIN .V. f'O ,
Manufacturing ( h. mln., PUIi.ADKM'H I V.
V)cetit per hott!". Pint llotlle.. ! ti.
' PKllFEMMONAli CAKDS.
Q.K )K"i K II. LEACH, M.l.
PHYSICIAN ct SURGEON.
special attention paid to the Il-imeepathir lreU
tutnt of i.uricl di(u-.ea, and d'.fea'ca of women
and rhl dren.
OKKK'E On Illh Itreet nppctite the Pnl
office, Cairo, III
120 Commerrial Ave, Cairo, III.
VAPOK. E1.ECTKO VAPOK nd MRDICATKD
A lady in attendance.
U W. C. JOCKLYN,
D K N T 1ST.
KKI K--fc'.ftith (Street, nec.r ( 'iiiM r-ia. Aetn
TjU B W. WniTLOfK,
i )fjrital rSm-yeon.
Orri,-No. 17ti Commercial Avi-me. h-MW-erj
'vh-'i atn! Vt II- ht-.hij
Manufacturer and Doaler In
tith Htrcei, lielweeu Cntn'l Ave. mid Levee.
CIIOKK I1OUIN0 A SrKClAI.TY
AM. KIN'DS OK AMCTNITION,
Sain HTiiilrei, All Kind, ol Kev Mudn
Cairo & St. Louis Tackrt.
Tlio pallidal Anchor Line ateamnr
Will iea Cairo vcry (talnrilay and Tueartay even
tni at a o'clock, Riving Cairo a dally boat, for 8t,
Kor particular a rale, etc., apply to Capt,
Thoa. W.Nhlelda.Oeneral Agent, or Sol A.Hllver,
; i v -r
o IN St?
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JU1KO. ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY
IT ISN'T HER.
Miss Mary Churchill Not in Texai
. With Caldwell.
The Toang Lady Mmukeu for Her k
Misg Ma7 Barns Thus Another Clew
Has Gone Glimmerin' What an El
Paso Policeman Says-What Neit?
KlPao, ,spt.ll. 1 be national itory
reerdin5 the preaenc in ihia elly of Mia
C'borchill i tboucbt to hate oriciuuted
from the prenetxtB of MU Mary Buina,
wbote, mother livea In ('hDmalua, and who
bad Jtiat Ml the nvent at Auflin in tbt
Stale to JoId her mother at ( tiibuabiia. ,sbe
left hereon the 'JOtb,
axp was hkavilv vkji.eu.
Au (fficir of tbia cllr aaw
ber ou the train ami latkeil
with her, and la positive ahe i
not M: ( burt-bil!, a be bit w:en the Lit
ter' picture. Misa JUirua resemble the.
dciicription of 51i Cburchill, but n well
knowp ia tbia city, and stopped a week or
more with the family of a tierqian butcher
Work af tiie t'raat.
CBlCaOO, Sept. 11. Tbe Farmer.' -view,
from Tery exteixled advice, w.ll
ptiHllh in to-morrow'a U),ue ib follow iuj
emraent on the injury to tbe eor crop by
the reerttfroia. Kroetj of treausr or le
everity bave been experienced throughout
af .nncau'a, WeonaiB, Dortlienj and north
eastern Iowa, nortbern IUidoIo and In
deana and the nnilre ataie of M'c-bipan and
are eain i-erKHH Injury to late eorn. Thu
lojtjry tt la ltapoaaibk- at tbi writine lo ac
curately dau-rmJne. Ia all tbe territory vis
ited by froeta korna fluids were o fully ma
tured ia to receie no damage. In many
parta com oo hi(fh (rroinJ eccaped I ij-iry,
while that on low rrounU everely cut.
It will be safe, we tbiok, to eKimite tbe in
jury in the territory;. nraKi at 25 per cent of
the extitoauxi crop. Taraogboat tn same
territory other minor cropa, uub aJtooa
oo, bops, tomatoea aad other tender trur
den vejfeUWe, m well aa grape, wern
jfrcitly injured or utterty rmned. In Kau
m, Ne-UraJi, southern anil western
Iowa, aoutbera DhuaU and Iadiasia. and
aU other purlkina of tbe corn producing
eiountry no tuatenai Injury ts reported.
( atmae t avtbttlla Prclatm.
BaLTIMORK, Md., Sept. 11. The
Couneti of Catholic Prbae, which will
awemble here to-morrow for tbe purpose
of px-rteciios uratirejuetiti for their vbit to
Home and dteeuwin? aud deciding on
uiatiera to be prenwd to tbe Pope, will
le of a atrktly prrvaw character. Xooe of
the proceediopi will be made public The
eeeterenee will take place at
the Arx-hltpisoopul residence ad
Joining the Cathedral. It ie expected
Archlb,hop Orriaa, of New York. coaJ
Jtttor u Cartiliuil McCiof-kev. ArcbbUbop
J-'e. ban, ot Cbie.apo, Archbitbop William,
of Reton, Archbishop Heiae, of Milwau
kee. BMiop Ryan, of M. IonLs, Bishop
O'Harn, of Seranton. Bibop Chatard, of
Vincennes. and the Very Rev. Dr. Walah,
Administrator nt tbe Arch Dwcrse of
rniladelphli, will be preseiT.. Arch
binhop Gitibons of Baltimore, and Primate
of the Chiircn In the United State, will
lie Hau a Oaaard.
BofrrON. .-pi. II. I'pon the arrival of
lird i hief JmticeColeridce tu this eonntry
lie a met by four t.'niied State Secret
SrviM deteetivca, and ban been eoontantly
under the eye of these turn in all hi trav
ila abont the country. He I accompanied
hv thee four detective dunn; his vialt to
Iloitoo. They fol'ow cUmHy wbe.rever he
gne. an a rule, but not alway, One oc
eti plea a aeat with the rlrtver ou the ciirriago
in which tbe timid Lord rides, the ret fol
lowing In another. Whether on foot, In a
coach or on tbe rails thee nien never relax
their rhrilauce. It Is uoUorstood that the
detectives were furnished upon the applica
tion of the British Minieler at Washington
rW-r it'l l Uiv t'lere wii no knowing
what injury tbe Feniana or some other wick
eit p (i ... ni Klit do to tin- old man.
Iltri In K.aeh Olher'a Armi.
1'ixtTJtx ATI, Sept. II. Kour more bod
ies were louud Ibis morning at the Dremcn
tire, They fell tn pieces when attempts
were made to lift them, and arc wholly tin
renopiliable. except by bits of clothin.'
that is not at all conclusive. Two of the
victims appear to hnve died clasped in each
other's arms. Late ibis evening tbe re
maining three bodies of the victims of the
rait warehouse fin? were found, but are not
In a condition lo he identified. It appears
that tber had all huddled together in tbe
back part of the build! np;, where they were
rait NIIU llpea.
I.iNOTON, Ky., sept. II,-KHi
Praft was laet nlcht apprised that (lev
Knott had fixed October 12 a the d'iv for
bis hanging. He received the news wiih
apparent t-alniness, quietly rnnarkiag Ihst
If they were true, fiov. Knoll showed lht
he was quite In a hurry to dispose of him.
but that be still Imd hopes that his life
would be spared to demonstrate hi' In"0
The Aparhea Mwrroa tided.
KLTaso, Tex., Sept. 11. Osa (Irande
dispatcho say theJMc.xIcan troop sre siir
i (iiimllrjg the Apaches, und a terrible con
flict Is hourly expectou. Tlio chief who cap
tured Charlie Me.Uiraas says he hs not
aoen hlni tlnen (ien. Crook's tight. The
lodlaus have sold a United Presn Aocla
lion norreapundent a abased gold ring and
two gold bracelet marked MeCotna.
rTKeoN, N. J.) Seiit. ll.-,Jobn C
Rnlo A Co. and J. Phillip McKay
bare failed. Both are Ulk majuifacturem,
aad no figure can be obtained.
A WaryUawl fire.
BaI.TTMokc, Sept. U. -The botrs'e of
John J. Allston, su MarjrSi eon4y, Md.,
wm Iwrnad yeaAetalar. lUasv, $14g80j
aartliHy laaJaaraU .
(?' t'. S. I n aaiiry Ilcparlmeai.
Pt. I.ot'm, Sept. 11. Major Adams, tha
United Stati-a pension agent stationed at
Topeka, Kaunas, Is now rirawiug and p ly
ing all pension monies through the St. Louis
ofliee. Pension check were formerly made
through the New York otliee, but now all
are drawn on the department in ibis city,
This has uugmentcd the local
work in the treasury, as Mu)or
Ad ns draws nearly a million of dllni for
ponsion purposes quarterly. Yesterday
1,002 checks were nude on the department .
It is claimed, however, that it is far more
convenient to pay these checks on th b:inks,
as it saves the necessity of Identitic tt itui.
The (iiai't rly payment sy.t.im (-oiiiiih-.k- d
at the st. l.ouisodloe on (fie 1th of !c pi em
ber. Quite recuutiy an amusing incident
occurred, 'which bade fair to ripen Into a
moral. A blind pensioner accompanied by
his wife, and a geutlemaii w ho w as lo
Identify the parties, enured the building
and approached the cashier's W.
Some V,000 was due as pension money, at
tbe law allowed the pay from the time the
diaability occurred. Being somewhat
nonplussed at the amount handed
Urn. the pensioner remarked tbitSlie
didn't want to spend it all t--:oie
he left towu." Mr. Kdwards auaewd
the wisdom of putting it in some local
bank. The idea seemed to strike tbe n . .n
as a bright one, but his w ife, w hose Idea of
a bank had not reaehfd maturity, suscstea
a more plausible piao. seizing Hie
money biu! carefully dividin.' it,
.he stoii-d it in her ioe'v
ing. and walked gut of the biiild'.ng wild
the confidence of a woman who believed in
the old aaw with a vim; that a bird in te
band is worth two in the htisb.
tinrlr y Ka Once flare.
I'llll.AI'BLI-HU. epl. II. -Among lie
papers of Wm. It. Hi-mis, chief of police
detectives, who died recently, two letu-cs
have been found which recall Ibe excite
ment caused by the kidnapping of Charley
Hoss in 1874. The letters purpoif to have
been written to Mr. P.oss III Noeiile-r,
1 1ST 4 . by the kidnapper., and threaten that
unless he should meet ibein in New York
on a certain day w,th $i0, 000. they would
put the child to death. Mr. Koss s-vysihe
letters are similar to those that he receited
up to i'ovcnilcr 6th, and that if they are
genuine he is at a loss tn understand why
the dftective kept them Irom him. or by
what right be opened tbeiu. Sbile Mr.
floss was ill his brother-in-law had charge
of his correspondence and kept nothing
from him. He says there must be tome
mistake about these letters.
s.railf.Tlnsj hnrceasi oe Xew Tele.
H'isroN. Sept. 11. -Eugene .f. D't'on
iter. Cliaii man of th-t Executive Committee
o' the Brotherhood of Telegraphers, and
one of tbe directors of the new teler.iph
company, will open a business office in this
city this week ptelim nary to the establish
ment of tbe company 's lines. He has ju-t
returned from New York, where he has
heen engaged in perfecting the organization
of the new company. He said to-day that
the new company has met with success far
beyond tho must sanguine expectation of
t's projectors, ami that all the capital
needed ts assured. H" .bow documents
proving that two hundred members of the
Produce Exchange in Baltimore have signi
fied their intesfon to take stock in the nw
company. Similar assurances have uo
been received from other cities.
.New r.utcland Crops.
.BoflTOX. Spt. U, Crop returns from
Maine. New Hampshire and Vermont -h w
a fair condition. Probably the ield In
Maine will reach: Wheat, 712,.iiW bushels;
oats, 761.713; barley, ."!, -".'7; luickwhent,
3i).nx); rye, .T).(kK).
In Vermont grain of all kinds looks finely.
We give the estimated yield of the principal
crops: Potatoes ,'1,0(1,000 bushels, oalsll,-
Kr.,1.100, wheat 310. 0(V). corn i.OM.OOO, barley
273,.')i)t'V, htickwheaiit 37,OO.l. Tne season
has been favorable for the production of
butter anil cheese. Wool will probably fall
below the average.
In New Hampshire the returns indicate a
large yield of cereals and poiatot a. g Fol
lowing are the estimate: Coin l.oi'i, 1-M,
oats 1, "72. Hi. barley 77. '.M7. wlirat 174.
8tJ, rye X, 093. potatoes 3,4S0,iion.
A llaitroart oiupleied.
lilltVIMiHAM, Ala., Sept. II. ---.!. W.
lohtisoii, proldeiii ; R. II. Tempi.-, chief
eni'lneer; li. J Tcreacre, superinti mienl ;
Alex S. Brown, general freight and pas--.,-iigcr
a-rent, and other oftiecrs and friends
of the Georgia Pacific railroad, arrived
ycMirday from Atlania on ibe (Jeorgia
Pacific, now in course of construction and
near'iV completed. They were met at the
t'osa R ver by a imrtv from Hii minghain.
One hundred and f.irty.two miles have
becm completed. The party from Atlanta
canie this distance in thirteen hours,
traversing the untiiiisbed gap on horseback.
In November the few bridges, tresiics ,inl
ttiniH-ls now building will he liuished ami
tegular trains run fnuii Atlanta to Binning
hum. Inillauaut I'ropliela.
Sr. Louts, Sept. II. The action of the
Pout-Dispatch I n publishing a description
of Ihe Veiled Propneis' coming finals ycstet -d.iv,
an account of which was telegraphed
you last ntgjit, has crealed a great sensation
in this city. The high mogul of. the great
secret order of Prophet nre tearing tliclr
luilr and, it is Saul, will demand the naiue
of the person who gave the whole thing
I'arly Torn I nil on n Miner.
MAt'MiiN, HI., Sept. II. -About live
o'clocs last evening a piece of rock, li n
leel square ami two feet tlii' k, weighing
some tony Ions, fell Irom the roof in nunc
No. li. calrhing I HJ I one cmticr, n iiiiln l'
named Martin Sc'i, n-er, a l.ermiii, who
wss insianriy killed. Imvjs ncii .s.uy io
get )iu kscii v s to raise die rock from bts
body. He lias been liniried about six
1 oreslsj nn lire.
Pki KRtni ui., Va.. cpt. Il,-hr-l
tires destroyed a large quantity of vaina.
bio Umber lands, undergrowth hihI cnid
wood in adju-clit counties. At I :t -1 ac
counts they arc still burning. The lire
extend over it Inrjre area. In sonm iiiiaiices
whcnl fields have liocn desttoyed by I lie
lUiue. It Is feared considerable gam " h is
Rlnwlnax Forty Mllean II our.
WlLUMNtlTON, N. C, Sept. II.-A
ere wind -storm haa bien prevailing here
for the past thirty hours. The wind reach
ed its highest veWtty. of forty miles nu
horn, at 7 o'clock this morning. The v.
liM-lty now Is thirty-two. No aorluns daiu
age Is reported in the city or harbor, Tbe
Signal Service tek-fraph wins are all doftro,
i mi yl tram uw
LAItKX lH I 0Ki;KMIOi.
J'ubhoation of the Onos Famoua Bandit'
Kiposure of the Winston and Blua Cut
Hobbonea-A Bit of Frank-'a HUtorj
Who Killed Weatfallf
Ran,sj CITY, Sept. 11. In consequence
of toe recent publication of Dick Llddell'i
siatctneui regarding the history of ii
.lames gang, Police Couiinissiotier Crabz baa
given out the confession of Clarence Hit,
inad to the officers at .fefferon City and
which is published to-day. Clarence Hlta,
the youngest of the band, was captured" In
Kentucky stiorily after bbidell's surrender.
Being coiiliniited by the evidence of
hi coiiiplliiiy in the Winston
and Biijc Cut train robberies
he pleaded guilty ill the Daviess county
einuiii.il court and was sentenced totwonty
fle year. This c.on(esioii was made be
foretiov. Crittenden, Coinmi-sloner Craif
and Sheriff Timberlake of Clay county,'
Soon after II ita was incarcerated ia the
penitentiary, and before the death of Jess
James I.im February, be was pardoned
on ac-oiint of falling health and died
a fev days after. He made a state
ment pist before deiib, a report of
which was published at the time,
which corresponds siibstabUxlly with that
published to-day. This acton! of tbe
movement of the gaur timing Mite's con
ned ion ith it coi i iipoinli in all the essen
tial particulars with LiffllelCs slory and
corrobo rates in detail all of Ild
dell's testimony at fialiatin implicating
Frank .lame in the Winston robbery. It
also accounts for Frank's participation In
the Blue Cm robbery as told by I.lddell,
ami for w bieti .lames ia yet to bs tried.
( tui b y Foid took part in Ihe Blue Cut
robbery and is expected to testify, as also
will l.tddell, when that case i beard. Us
state positively thai .!..-se James killed
conductor W estfall.
eSATINFT TIIK strORT.
liarry Haifa Declaration of Warflhhde
and Mitchell Called.
Nw York, Sept. II. Yeterday
Miiclicil an. I Made tboiild have foujht near
Kansas City, Mo., but owlugtothe, threat
ened interference of oliieialstbe fight for the
time is otf . Last night Slade was at Harry
Hill's resort, as is usual with him when in
New York. He conversed with Hen"
Kice, Jem Mace. Joe "Nixey." Soap
M'-Alphfne and Harry Hill, and about 9
o'clock lelt for home. Soon after bis de
parture Harry Hill aeat the following
telegram io "BHIy" Madden and Ki.
hop at No. 1 10 West Sixth street, Kansas
1 finally decide that Mitchell and
Shidc must tight within 100 mile
of New Ork-Kiis, as I am assured no inter
ference will take place there, the light to
come off on Tuesday, October next.
F.i:hcr mini failing to appear iu tbe ring he.
iweenSa.tii. and 11 noon ou that day to for
feit. Nothing cjB alter my decision, as I
act only in fairness tn both parties and to
the sporting public,"
.lent Mace said to a reporter ot tbe
World that the, light would tako plane if
M tc.bell did not back out. Slade, was anx
ious to tight, and would continue his course
of truniiig until he left for New Orleans.
The data of his departure) will not be settled
until a definite reply as to Mitchell's further
movements are received from"Billv" Mad
(In. WHAT TIIK EDITOR MAT.
Opinions of the Loading Journalists of tha
Nicw YoitK, Sept, It. Tbe World says:
"It Is to lie hoped that the honest indigna
tion of the people aainefrtbe intolerant
ami overhearing policy of tbe Republicans
w ill pp . -I- enough yet to elect Judge
lloadly, wnoiaoneof tbe purest and ab
lest men in the country; represents Demo
cratic principles and is the nominee of his
party. But it la unfortunate tbat Demo
cratic fullr should hare cast even a doubt
on the result of the canvas. "
The Sun says: "Yesterday another pen
sion otliee clerk wis relmniended for dis
missal by the commissioner. His offense was
one for which some of his fellow clerks bad
already beeu discharged, namely, informing
a confederate outside the office in regard to
claims that were about to be granted, In
order that bis confederate might secure a
f.'c from the applicant by pledging as a re
turn for it an early and successful settle
ment of his rase. How many pensioners
during tho past ten or twenty years bare
been defrauded by this mean swindling?"
The Time says: "Notwithstanding the
record which Butler bas made as Governor
and the apparent absence of division among
his opponents there seems to he a feeling
I hat his defeat will not be an easy matter. The
Republicans will need to put forth all their
strength, and none of It will be wanted. even
if It should prove that something less would
have accomplished tbe purpose, lftbcy
carry out their determination of putting
their very best men on tbe ticket there can
hardly be a doubt of the result. ' '
The Herald says: "Tbe rooent frosts
have uiiilo'Hbtedly Injured tbe oorn crop In
the extreme norlttcru localities In which It
Is planted, hut before any one ssllsbli
property or mortgages bis salary to get
iiioiicy, wiih which to 'operate' In corn
through brokers In the Produce exchange,
ho should try In reall.u that by fat tbo
greater part of the corn In the Union Is be
low the limits of t he late fnwus. ' '
Tbe Tribune says: "Mr. (ieorgo Blair,
manufacturer of packing boxes, yesterday
cave the N'lure committee on lahor and
Kdticatlon his Ides of the way to solve the
Intricate problems of labor aud capital. A
great point would be gained, he thought, If
nobody were allowed to have an Income of
over .tJo, 000 a year. This may be, but we
think tbat if our leading dry goods men
were not permitted to enjoy sn Income of
more than J-JS.ikmi each they would not be
able to buy so inanv of Mr. Blair's packing
boxes a I hey do now. "
CHiCAiio, Sept, 11. A vlgornti war i
hi progresa between ibe Wuhaah and the
Milwaukee A. St. Paul on Council Bluffs
business. Rales have been reduced from
114.30 to 8). so, Further reduuilons are e x
peeled, 100 Hewarfi.
iKPKKHnON CITY, Mo., Sept. II. A
proclamatlnn offering tlOO reward for th
arrest of Henry O'Brleo, who murdered
Ceorge West at Shanoondale, August 4,
was Issued by the (Jovernor yesterday.
Washington, Sept, It. A dispatah
f,'om Pensaeols, dated jmaterday, says,
"All patients tu the Nanr yard snd boa
tjitul m auaswlrjweui. Mo aatejr nisw
OUR FOREIGN BUDGET.
Pants. Sept. 11. The reported suoeee
sorof King Tudiie ot Annaiu will receive
tbe Uiand Cordon of tbe Legion of Honor
from the French government, and the twe
ministers who signed tbe treaty of Hue
will be Made Commanders of the Order.
ADOrTIXO AMERICAN MKT HODS.
M. Ilcrlsson, Minister of Commerce, bas
commissioned M. Laudelet, vice president
ot tbe National Union ot Commerce and
Industry, to go to New York, Boston,
Philadelphia, Cincinnati, St. Uuis and
Chicago, tn study American manufactures,
and report whether Improved in el bode
imy not be borrowed by France, with a
view to the counteraction of the formidable
competition of American with French pro
ducts throughout the world.
A DKAD WRITKR.
Paris, Sept. 11. Henri Consclenou tbe
well known Belgian writer, is dead, aged
4 II VI A.
London, Sept. 11. A dispatch frm
Hong Kon? states that a Cbiuese mob at
Canton burned the houses ot several Euro
pean merchants, and also their wharves,
causing great eousternallon among; foreign
residents, most of whom sooeht refuge
aboard of vessels In the rivr. So violence
was offered these persons, and a force of
Chinese troops was called out.whko quick
ly dispersed tbe rioters. On receipt of the
intelligence at Hong Kong several gunboats
were immediately sent to Canton to afford
protection to foreign merchants.
ON (INK CONDITION OXLT.
London, Sep'. 11. A drsoatca frtm
Pans states that, Tseng, the Chinese sn
bsssador, prior to leaving Paris for London
communicated with Chalmel Lacottr,
Flench minister ot foreign affairs, relative
to the enforcement of French forces at
Tonqum. In reply Clialmel Lacour says
he cannot stop the dispatch of reinforce
ments while there is danger of war, and
this can only he removed by a settlement ol
tbe basis upon which a treaty can be made.
t.ONDON, Sept. 11. It is slated tha!
the government, in adopting Clifford
Lloyd's, suggestion, have decided to form
the nucleus of the new Kgyp.tan police
from tne Irish cnti-daxilary. Fight officers
and a number of constables will be asked to
Halifax, Sent. II. The Rowing Asso
ciation have forwarded to tbe Sew York
Clipper the srtic of agreement in the
proposed race between Ilamm and Rons.
They provide for a five-mile contest, Octo
ber 10, for Viix) a side. No course it
Fire al St. Pant.
St. I'si'i., Sept. II. By a fire tbi morn
ing Wilson Monishoinn's F.igbth Street
rising Mill, Johnsons Bros. Furniture
Mufg. Co.. V.. V. Barsford's carpenter
shop, Ran' rarphuter ship and Biorn
steal's Stair Building establishment wers
totally destroyed. The loss Is esJltnateo
Julia Ward Howe preached for the Uni
tarian Church at Twingtnn, Tt. I., last San
dsy, tu tbe absence of a clci-gyuiaa.
SKP fF.MBKlt. 11, 1SS3.
CATrLK-Reeeipt fl.500; doll; 10c
lower; exports i onr.( 4d; choice to
good shipping $5. V)(aJ 90; common tolfalr
HO is Receipts J!.U.i; weaker at lll.i
20c lower light K OurisYi 5); rough pack
ngHtf4 70; heavy (lacking and ship
ping $4 Hd(. i'l.
fATTLK Kxporters $o WVM 15; good
to heavy do " o0 at'i 7,"i: light, to fair $4 (sa
4 7.'); common to medium t4 40(34 '40; fair
to good Colorado 4 iW ,) 10: southwest $3 7i
WiS.1; grass Texans f3 iVa)l -.'0; llglit to
good siockers ft MOM 75; fair to good feed
ers $.1 7,V4 2fi; common to choice native
cows and heifers ii 'J.Va4 00; sciliswars ot
any kind 2.Vr3 75.
SHKEI'-QuotaUons unehanged. We
quote common to medium $1 &0(a,1 35; fair
to good KI Mragi 75; prime 3 90(4 SO;
fair to good Texans 3 75&3 6&- lambs
fcl t)r4 ,"hi.
HOOS-Recelnts 'J.2B0 head: shipments
3,tiS!i head. Weak and slo; demand
moderate, large aupply; Yorken
$Ti Ma) -JO; liiiichers m Wtdf '20 rough
to good mixed (lacking $4 4B,'i4 8ft; skins
and culls W Vxdi 'J&.
WHEAT Lower; uloslngat j Sen
leinber; 97So October; Wi November;
fl oil December; year.
OATS Lower; September; 21W
tieiober; .) V November; 49 rear; &ls,
I URN Lower; Settemler; 27;
October; 2S' Novciuber; 27 ' year; 31 l.
M ay .
HT. LOUIS. '
WHKAT Lower; closing at $100 Sep
letnifr; I 0:i October; Hi Ofl Novem
ber; tl 08'.: Decembe,- i 01 veur.
CORN Lower; 47. ' SepUmber;
4ii.' Dctober; 44 ' Novciuoer; 4i.'
year; 43V May.
OATS Lower; 23 b. September;
2ti" October; 26 H h. November;
2,'iS year; :!0H Mav. ,
tober l l(i
Dem-mber il 20'
Ct UN Sentemrter (12 ; October 08't ;
Novemiier Ki'ij December .
OATS September JI4S.
i'oiiulrr I'rndana. ,
or. Lot to.
BUlTKIl-ReceipLs. .7fi tfc. Msr
ket quid aud unchanged.
We quote: tlreamrry eboice to fancy 22C(
24, and occasionally a shadu more (or
favorite brands; off'stock at dslrv rate.
lUlry-Cholce to fancy 17(att, 20 for
selections; fair to good II rfl2, common
9(410. Oood to choice near-by In pulls tH1'
12; i-ommnn 7a s .
POULTRY-Steady and unchanged;
offerings wers light; demauds fair.
We quote; (spring chtekena Fancy loft
$2 i'ntfJ VI, cbnit-.i! k'i.' 10; fair to g 1
lUed fl .Vltfl 7ft small and u rnbhcHiirl 2.S.
Old chickens Cock r2 AV.&i 30, mixed
(cock and liens) Vi 7,Vi,1 On choice to
fancy bens fl 2Anz3 ,V; .spring ducks 2 !0t
3 00 and voiiug turkey 12c 1 lb.
EOUS To-day reoelpls 2i) pis Higher,
srsree. Choice murks sold at U; with
tbe tendency further up. T . ,
Wbeat arrived better tone. Corn arrived
steady, Wheal and corn to arrive tinner,
and heavy. Mark Laoe Wheat ami corn!
to arrive Improving. Country markets
ateasiy. Spot wheat quiet but
firm; No. 2 spring 0 Id: No. :
snilng none 111 msrke'.; Western winter 9s
3d, Mixed Western corn changed st
A 7il. Demand front the Ui'" -d Kn-f--dam
and Continent moderate (est waftttj
and fctr (ur eoru.