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tare linage!. All Kind, ol Iv-sn Vcide.
"CITY GUX STORE'1
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C'uni'l .'.vo , hctwi'cn th nnd imli St.
M VNl'I'Al Tl'KEi: M"I.KI! IS A I.I. KINDS
ArauiQiil'.lon of all il"cr p h ns 'is mi hand at
General repairing In all kinds of mctnW. Keys
of ad description made 10 order, ud si !fai'tlon
warranted. iiv me a call, and he convinced for
youmelf, at ttio a gu of th "Hid dl'.,"
JOHN A. KOKHLKH,
Dl-Om rroorleior, Cairo, 111.
J At. R. miTii.
KOHKIIT A. SMITII,
Grand Central Store.
CA.1JIO. - - 1.L'Jj.
JifKNV YORK STORK,
WIIOLKHALK AND UK ' A ! t.
The Largest Variety Stork
IN M'HK. Cl'I V.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EK & CO..
Cor. Nineteenth tree-U Pill 10 111
romtnnrcial Avenue f liMU', 111.
KI.OUR,BAIN AND HAY
Egyptian flouring Mil Is
UlvheBtOMh t rhe Paid tor Wheat.
: o a 1 1 ve n ,
(' tiro n I o Dlar
Impurity of th?
A uiin Mitlariit,
anil all DUease
cttiisccl by Ie-
rangeinpiit of Liver, llow i'la and Kldneyii.
SYMPTOMS OF A DISEASED I.IVER.
Had llreath: i'ani in the M'lc, .'imrtnnes tilt
nain i fill under the Sh"uMri hUr, mittakrn fur
KlicuiiLilism ; n. iii i .,1 h" nf apR'tite; Ituwtla
generally C'AUvc, 'metitnt alternating with lax;
the head in trouhlcil with pun, ii dull anl heavy,
with cnntidr-rahle f,f im-in'ry, accompanied
with a painful sensati"ii of h-a villi; uinhjiicHinielhinij
which ouuht to hav hi n ilnii,-; a slight, ilry couU
and flunhed face it t'.inetitti' t an ati'Mi'lant, often
mistaken for consiinititton; the p.iti. nl complaint
of weariness and dehiniy i nrivoiii, e:isily ttartled;
leel cold or luiiiiint!, snn.'-iirii'- a prii kly serii.ition
of the tkin exisis; pints an: low anil despondent,
and, although satishr-M t). it r xcrnse wouhi lie tiene
fn.ial, yet one can lunliy summon np fortitude lo
try il in fact, hstrnsls every p-meily. Several
of the ahove svmptoins attend the du:ase, kit caset
have occurred when hut fi-w of them existed, yet
examination after tlrath hit shown the Liver to
have teen extensively deranged.
It nhoiild lie lined by oil jHTMona, old nail
young, whenever any of tUo aliove
r-i'inn TrnvpllriK r l.tvlnR In Tn.
healthy I.oihIHIi'h, hy l..kmK a rh.se occasion
ally to keen the Liver in hcallhy arli n, will avoid
all Malaria, Itiliotm altui k, luinimi, Nan
tea, Ilrowsiness, Depression f Spirits, etc. It
will invigorate like a cla-s of wine, hut la uo In
If Ton havn eatpn anythiriK IiarI of
dlf(oatlon, or feel h'avy after meals, or ulerp
le.n at night, take a d'Ae and you will be relieved
Time ami Doctor' Ililla will ho aaveil
hy always keeping the Itegulutor
ill the ll'Mi-.e! ,
For, whatever the aihnent may h, a thoroughly
tafe nirgatlvi', nllerallve ami toole can
never lie out of place. 1 he n-m-.!y is hannleaa
and iloea not lnterf. re w it It huaineaa or
IT IS Pl'RKLY VKOFTADI.E,
And hai all the power and efficacy nf Calomel or
Quinine, withuut any of the injurious after elicits.
A ios'ernor'a Testlinnny.
S'mmont Liver K'-gulator has lieen in use in my
family for some time, and I am satisfied it is a
valuable addition to the medical suenc e.
J Gii.l Siiokti k, (jove'nor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander It. Mrphpnct, of Oa.,
ays: Have derive.! v me bcncln Irom the use ol
Simmons Liver Regulator, and wish to give it a
"The only Thine tlmr never falla to
Relieve."- 1 have used many rrmciies for Lys
pepsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never
have found anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmons l.iver Regulator has. I sent from Min
nesota lofienrgia f.r it. and would send further for
tuch a medicine, and would advise all ho are im.
darly affected to give it a iri., as it seems the only
thing that never fans to rtlr.ic
I'. M Jannmt, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. W. M it aim cajx: From actual ex
perience in the use ol Smrn..'is Liver Regulator in
my practice 1 have lieen and am satisfied to use
and prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
JtajfTake only tt,a Genuine, which always
has on the Wrapper the red . Trade-Mark
and Signature of .1. II. ZKILIN & CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL IiRI'GGlSlS
Q.EOU;K II. LEACH, M.I).
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention piildto (he Homeopathic treat
ment of nurcii al diceii. and Qiteaces of women
OFFICE On Uih itreet, oppctite lie Pott
ofllce, (.'niro, 111.
12'J Ctiiuiiicrcidl Ave., Cairo, III.
VAI'OH. ELECTKO VAI'OH anu MEUIC'ATKU
A lady lu attendance.
K Vv. C. JOCKLV.N,
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'it K 1 H-E.' Street ri-.r( nc rrria' A.v(cii
.. E W. WHITLOCK,
Orric t- No.
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IVst lUM I.,
Cairo & St. Louis Packet.
The palatial Anchor Lino ttcamer
Will 'eisvo Cnlro ovory Sntnrdftv and Tnotday oven
liiK at H o'clock, Rlvlnn Cairo a dally boat for St.
For pnrtlcultira a ralea, ote., apply to Capt.
Thin. W. Nhlulda.Uonoral Aaunt.or Sol a. Silver,
Rtiptnra positively rnreil h Dr. Plerce'a Patent
Matrnatlo Kbiatlo Trnaa. ((randnllnvnllnnntiri
lUth (lontury.Onlx sipnulnn Elnctrlo 'l'rn.n In thowoild,
and tb only on that will pmnerlr rntciln and nidi.
enllv Acini Hnrnla. tlvnr NU ltail tul l urc.ii pcTcsclncl.
Ilead what Dr. Jem. Hlmnn, nf Nw S'ork, the rtr
imu wun. w.m. .',, i, in, I w , inn ,ti
Downed phrlonninlt, wrll Ana ', IrV, "The (rent
andenmplettfica'niyniir Muunntto 'Trit.inil.iel eel ou mi
lraaraiii l permnint,, for which I ulinll vr r
midn aralaful. .1 Himma, M. ), Fur imrtleulura
Sim. i.i. ,, i,r I'.r, ii'tiiit
MAQNETIO KLA.RTI0 TRLIHH CO..
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY
THERE IS A RING I
And the St. Louis Gamblers are Said
to Run It.
Bribery and Torgery Charged -Shot Eii
Two Brothera-The Sand-Lot Pooler-
Orrightfnl ExploBion-Why He Wanted
to Rnicide And Other Newi.
St. Lori", 8f pt. 28. The Brand Jury
caiiie into the Criminal court thin aflernnou
and nmde the following final report to Jiid-u
Van Wa'OBeri "We reapectfully Bulnnit
t b i m , our Hnal report: Of the 108 charge
brought beoro tin we have found niuety
nine true billa, Ignored ad aeceMarily laiil
over for ihe next ernd Jury, twelve hail
imspk. It was our purpanc In view ol the
few working (Uyt nt our Ulnposal to eot,fine
our Inborn solely to the criminal canes ahovn
referred to, but fipecific charge made by
prominent citizens left u no alternative
but to, as far a poiHible, liivekli
KitU: certain alleged ofBolal ir
repiilaritiea. The result of thi
investigailon may be briefly
Mated its follow: A well orjji.iized rins
uitdoiihledly exists In the city in the In-ten-Hi
of profeanimial gambler ar d lottery
dealer, who are ready and willing t py
lar'e Hums of maney to securo immuniiy
from police interference, and who lo thi
end have been aided by notorious individ
ual wuoe ;uiloily in equalled only by
their ability o far to keep t!icnielves and
their employer!!, with few exceptions,
beyond the reach of iudictmetit. Wank
rebli'tiations have been demanded, some
were given, at leant one If not more hit
been made use of; prominent official
hav-; " been directly and Indirectly ap
proached and lureateaiicd; and the Chief of
Police, Col. Campbell, has been etpeei
ally murked for removal, aimply be
cause he has proved himself to be
most ellii lent, fearleua, incorruptible and
determined to honestly discharee the duties
of hit office. We cannot, of course, reveal
the sworn evidence uiven before ua in tho
trnnil Jurv room, where, legal technicalities
oftentim revent decided av.'tion, but we
unilernuiid his Kxccllency. the Governor,
has the power, and we therefore, UDder the
clrcumntancea, assume be will see it to be
his duty to immediately order an investiga
tion, ;s ben all we herein m-ert can be sub
stantiated, and in tbis war, if In no other,
the cuilty p.trties can be punished.
"Wantof time hits prevented our visiting
atiyotlier public Institution than the gaol,
which, in all it departments, i found to
be In good condition.
'Very respectfully your obedient ser
vants, "K. A. Hitchcock, Foreman."
The Judge said ttat be desired to state to
them that the manner in which tbey bad
done their work was exceedingly gratify
ing, 6f wtttuh the.tr bi4 tvttty 4otili more
in a given space of time than any other sim
ilar bodv. He then thanked them for their
attendance and discharged I be in finally.
Mr. Lodge thin thinked His Honor for
bis appointment as Assistant Circuit Attor
ney. Judge Van Wanroner replied that he
bad performed his duty with fidelity and
enercy and was happy to bear lestlmony to
To say that the report caused many ex
jdession of surprise around the Four
Courts Is to put it mildly. With but few
exceptions, it was believed that some
thing more definite would have beeu
suggested or done. However, as
one centleman remarked: "Critten
den, in view of tbia report and the fact
that it I directly charged tbat there is a
ring of gamblers and lottery men who work
or endeavor to work the Police Commis
sioners, has an exeolleut opportunity to
make or mar hi reputation."
Chief Campbell was anxious eueugh to
hear the report, and when the substance of
it was repeated to him he lausihcd and ex
claimed: "I have nothing at all to ay;
there is no use asking me. "
Prosecuting Attorney Claiborne seemed
to be somewhat astonished that somebody
had not been Indicted ami remarked sar
castically that "tho Judge then thanked
them for their arduous labors and dis
charged them. "
Ttrt will be the end of the matter, un
less It be brought before the next grand
Jury to be Impaneled Monday, which is not
at all likely.
Killed Inrfenlve Old nun.
Edwaedsvillk, 111., Sept. 28. A terrible
murder was committed here last Monday
night. A crowd had collected in a bar
room of the suburbs to drink and carouse.
Among tho number were the two Rowhig
broHiers and two brothers by the namo of
McCambridge. It was about 10 o'clock
when the trouble began. They had taken
a drink all around and the barkeeper called
for money, but nobody wanted to pay.
Lat h tried to put the treat on the other,
and wfcat was first a Joke became a quarrel
and finally a fight. Fists were freely used,
and several knives were called into requisi
tion. Patrick MeCautbrldee, father of the
McCitmbridge boys, came into the saloon at
this Juncture, and seeing his boys were
rtieuged in the fracas sought to take thctn
away. Then it was thai one of the ltoech
lir boys drew bis revolver and II red at old
nun McCambridge, who dropped to the
floor and died without a struggle. The
revolver was a forty-four calibre and tho
ball pierced bis In ai t. The coroner' In
quest was held Wednesday and the Jury
icturned a verdict thai the deceased came
to his death from a pistol In Ihe hands of
the Uoccbig brother. Tbcro is some dis
pute as to which one tired the fatal ihot.
Both have been locked up. McCambrldgo
was an Inoffensive, hard-working old man.
The Koccblgs huve a rather bad reputa
tion. Not ltesipoaslhl for Tan it TYliir
London, Sept. as.-The African Asso
ciation declines to accept any responsibility
for the recently published Htatement of
Licut.'Van de Welter regarding tho con
dition of uffalrs on thn Congo. They,
howevor, will do every thins: in their power
to protect Mr. Stanley. Lieut. Yuii de
Welter' assertions may bo correct, but at
beat they are only his jei'soiml views of a
very wide question. Tho objects of the
association are not confined to tho benefit of
any particular country or nation. They,
on the contrary, hope tbat their exertions
will result In a material advat tnge to the
whole commercial world.
The remalus of Col. Geo. Kimvp, of the
Missouri Republican, will be buried in
UeUelouUluo Cauetury BtuUbfcudav.
Nkvv Voiik, Sept. 28. DenU Kearney
anived at llin Asstor House last night. Ho
.iy be has beeu ou tho road from San I
Fi Hiudsno for a week, with the exception of I
Isvn ll.iv. iinntil l fiuM. I
. ....... -j,. ,,v ,u xuisgv,
" I ca ne lie re In the interest of the work-liiguiHu-ihe
wane-worker. I waul big wi
es and abort hours. I camo bora under tho
iiusilei of Denis Kearney, I Intend to ap
pear before the Senate committee on educa
tion and I ibor in a day or two and state my
views, an (I 1 shad speak at meetings to be
held throughout the East. I want the
wane-worker to share the profit of t lie
prolii-monger and farmer. Tuore are 4M!
prolii-umiiaers, 4,00O,iK0 farmers and
planters anil 12,ft00,00 wage-workem
In tbis country. I deplore the reduction of
the price of the Herald, Tribune and
Tunes. It means Just so much money nut
of the pockets nf the reporters and editors.
Tlie mail who cb:inii'.niis big pay and short
hours will have 2. Oou.OMJ votes to put him
in the Presidential chair. I shall have a,
UOO.rsiO votes organized for this object I six
uioiilhs. 1 urn no anti-nionopolist, that Is
m'stioincr. I am no monopolist, but I am
(or iirg pay and shnrler hours, and that is
Ihe platform on which I stand."
Shot by II U ilruthpr.
Sr. Loi'lH, Sept. 28. Win. F. K 'geis, a
lawyer of this city, was shot yesterday at
ISlue Lick Springs, Kv., by his brother,
Samuel (i. Hoger. I'.'ie affray gre.v out of
a legal controversy titer ffic will of their
father, in which a third brother, Thoina.
participated. It was claimed that the fath
er, induced by false representations, bad
If ft bis entire estate to his son. Samuel and
Uobert, and the uffray of yesterday occur
red during the takinc of depositions to
break the will oji the part of Wm. F. and
Thomas llogeis. Tho lutler, it is
reported, made several movements
as il to draw their weapons, whereupon
atnuel G. drew a revolver and shot
Thomas in the head nnd Win. F. throuirh
the bowels. Both of the wounded men
were reported dyinif tbis uioniiiii. Samuel
I). Itogcr, who did the shooting, is presi
dent of the Farmers' Hank at Carlisle. Ky.
Wm. F. Kngers has practiced law in tills
city for twelve years, but seems to have had
but few intimates. His idliee was with
IviaeT. Wise, at No. 211 Chestnut street.
At two o'clock to-day no further news
had been received regardim; bis condition.
Charged VVHb Blitauiy.
Kingston, N. Y., Sept. 28. A sensa
tional trial took place at Uoscmlalc, near
this city, tbis afternoon. .Vary K. Ibtvcn
port, an attractive young woman, was- ar
rested on a uhargft of bigamy, preferred by
her husband, Win. Davenport. Tbey
were tnurrir d nearly live years a;o at New
pault, In tbis country, but their married
life was unhappy,, resulting in the wife
separating from him about six months
ago, A few days a,'o be
was informed that she had married a
man named Lewis L. Uruudage, of Gra
bainsville, this stale, and be caused her ar-rc-t.
At the hearing to-day the prisoner,
who is 21 years old, asserted that she mar
ried Davenport v heu she was but l"i and
was shamefully treated by hira. She p ne
tessed ignorance of the law in tho mailer
and declared that tier husband was ui;aiu
married and that she hud the same rights.
She was bound over to await the aciion of
the grand Jury.
Kellv on Ills f;o1 tiflinvior.
Nkvv Yoi:k, Sept. 2. .-speaking of the
Buffalo convention the World says: "The
Buffalo convention went earnestly to work
Inst evening. The county Democracy,
Tammany Hall and Irviug Hall wings were
accorded the same represention as tbey had
lust year. There was a disposition to oh
J' ct on the part of (lie county Democrats,
but they maintained their gravity and kept
step w ith the procession. Isaac II. M iv
nard was nominated fur Secretary nf State
on the first ballot. This would seem, at
this writing, to iusure the success of the
Matneng programme. "
W hy HeTlioneht of Mnlrlile.
Frueiiold, X. J., sept. 28. Lev. John
C. Nobles, nf the Atlantic Highlands Camp
Meeting Association, who soruo weeks ago
widely published au intention to stkieide,
has been arrested on a charge of embez
zling $1,010, mimes- paid lo him by Dr. Par
rish and a geutluiiian named Powers for tho
purchase of the Spiers eslute, they alleging
that whcti the final payment, become duo
the money for the ordinal payment had not
been handed over to the seller. Court ad
mitted him to bail for trial, John O. Hub
bard, of Bed Bank, becoming bis bonds
man. Detained nl Qunranlluo.
Philahki.phia, Sept. 28. - The brig S.
W. Collyniore, Captain Durkee. from
Havana with a cargo of sugar, has been de
tained in quarantine here. Seven of Hid
crew were taken sick with the yellow fever
in Havana, but re now well. One of tho
crew who was taken sick yesterday was re
moved to the Lazaretto Hospital. The ves
sel will be kept In quarantine until the
health officers are confident there is no
danger, and before she is allowed lo enter
tbis port she will be thoroughly disin
fected. laaliig; l.lKhtiilnif.
Albanv. Sept. 28. Judge Suinuol Hand,
referee in tho tax suit brought by the stale
against the Western Union Telegraph com
pany, has rendered a decision tn favor of
the state for J178,;i7. This sum Is for tax
es for only one vear, but determines the re
maining taxes in favor of tho slate making
the total amount recoverable under Urn de
cision from the company Hbout .fi 1211. Ill H).
I be Ill-Ntnrred A relic L)lorert.
Nkvv YoltK, Sept. 28. -U is expected
that Lieut. Harder, who wag sent to Siberia
to assist in the Jeanncttc auarch, and who
was afterwards ordered to bung to America
the bodies ot Lieut, De Long and his com
rades, will It-avo Irkutsk, tho nipltal, of
Kastern Siberia, about the 1st of November
in xt, and will reach tbo United Slates with
the bodle sometime in January.
t tKVKLANl), (., Sept. B8.-EK-Lleiit.en-aiit-tiovernor
Jacob Mueller.of Clevelnnd,
to-day entered suit, claiming K'O.OOO dam.
ages irom the Leader and $50,000 from Hie
.n,eiger for tome libel contalued In po
Pkovipknck, sept. :w. President Ar
thur left Newport yesterday mornln for
West Isle, Attorney General Brewster em
barked u the revonim cutter Dexter at
Newport tbl morning and proceeded east
word. Moksaol Nlniea.
K aston, Pa., Sept. 28. -At a meeting
of the Pennsylvania Scbnol Slate n-suola-Hon
yesterday It was ordered that all man
ufacturer shall atop pusiauotion for tlxtj
Ai.it.tSY, N. V., Sept. 28. -Early thi
morning the boiler of the steamer J. S.
U Vinson, which lay at the foot of Wester
loo a i rue I, exploded with frightful force,
nstaiitly killing Capt. Geo. 8. Warner and
liiviii in Win. Cleary, and terlously Injur
ia, h red Forster, the engineer, who wa
blown into the water and narrowly escaped
.liovv ning, and Willlard Durand and Mel
1'ille Itv.ui, deckhands. Kichard Tanzandt,
on of t apt. Yanzandt, of the tug Cora,
hum NYvv Baltimore, lying alongside the
Bidiiiisoii, was also injured. Capt. Itobln
sou, of the Hattiu M. Bell, wa
blown from the pilot-house on to
the wharf and was severely Injured. The
Tell, winch lay at the stem of the Kohiii
son, was damaged $1,000. The Cora,
aloiiside, was a total wreck, and the C. P.
(runt, lying ahead of the Robinson, had
her Joiner work carried away and ma
chinery damaged. The Kobinson sank
immediately, carrying with It the body
;i( fj(J leary, the liicman. One section
uf t oo boiler, weighing two or three tons,
was hurled four hundred feet against
the lop of a third-story building, crushing
In a portion m the wall.
Another section weighing nearly a ton
crushed in the roof of the coal barge
S. W. Downing, and still another aec
lion was Inn led into the rear of the
grazing cabin of the coal boat Apollo, tear
ing atvay its soof before il fell into the
river. Buildings were shaken, windows
shattered, and general consternation pre
vailed in the vicinity. Tho exploded boiler
was built by Robert Livingstone of this city,
lu i.t in, .Minn., Sept. 28. There was a
collision ou the St. Paul & Duluth railroad
this afternoon, twenty. eight miles south of
this city. A Union Pacific engine was com
ing from Northern Pacific Junction to Fond
du Lac, and when half way between Gree
ley unci Fond du Lac, coming down grade,
ran into a St. Paul & Duiuth freight train.
The men ou ihe engines Jumped for their
lives. Both engines and several car were
badly wrecked. A fireman and others,
whoso names were not learned, were in
Juied, but not seriously.
Mii.wai kkk, sept. 28. -The report seut
out from here lo several newspaper that
the Western Union Telegraph company had
ordered a reduction in the salaries of oper
ators, io take effect October 1, is untrue.
The statement is entirely without founda
tion. Tool Merlins I'oalpoiied.
Cincinnati, Sept, 28. The meeting of
the Chicago and Ohio river pool ha been
postponed until next Tuesday, ovviug to the
inability of some of the representatives to
It's . Sueu Tola-1
Nkvv Yoiik, Sept. 28. Yesterday's St,
Paul dispatch says that Billy Madden b id
arranged a slugging match at Huron, D. T,
This is a mistake. Maiden was here yes
Ihe Mitt Ufa ota Morna
St. Pall, Sept. 28.-AIU o'clock thi
morning now fell heavily tor about tire
untunes throughout Miuuesota, but there
Is no news of any having fell in Dakota.
Nnotv at UmneaptilU.
MiNNKAf olis, Sept. 28. A slight snow
is falling, but is melting as sunn as it
touches the giouud. The weather is cold
Nnotv In Hlrtil-can.
Dki uoit, Mich., Sept. 28. There was
snow at St. Ignace and Cbctoygan this
Arrival ol Ihe Lord Klnhop of Roehealer
Bai.timouic, Sept. 23. Tbo Eight Rev,
Anilioiiy Wiison Tharold, Lord Bishop of
liochi sicr, England, arrived here to-day
on ihe steamer Hibernian from Liverpool.
He va- I.,-1 t I.i.cust Poiut by a commitloe
of gentU uicu of tho I-rotestant Episcopal
Church. To-night he speaks at Christ
Episc opal Church ou temperance.
OI K KOBLK UCENT.
lie Views a City'a Qreatnoss, While Hi
Nuble Soioa Pay Uia Compliments to
Her Lovely Daughter.
Sr. Lolis. Sept.28. Lord Chief Justice
Coleridge was taken in charge early thi
morning by a committee appointed for his
entertainment and driven to the Manu
al Training school, thence to the Mer
chants' Exchange, and afterwards to the
wharf where the U. S. Steamer General
Gilmnro lay in roadinesa to take the party
down the river.
At the time of starting out the son of the
great man turned up missing and It Is sup
posed be has gone out calling upon the
beautiful ladies who graced the reccptio
last night, at the residence ot Mrs. G. B.
Allen. Another reception will be tendered
bis Lordship to-night.
Unveiling of the Statue of Germania at
Neiderwald On Thursday.
Wkisrabkn, Sept. 2o. Emperor Wil
liam and the German princes huve arrived
here en route lo take part In the unveiling
of the statue of (iermanla to-day. All the
hotels and lodging bouse here and In the
neighborhood are over-flowing with visit
ors. The streets are decorated with flags,
banners and pntrintlo mottoes. Besides
the dcrmaii princes and princesses the
mayors of Hamburg, Bremen and Lubeck.
and nearly every prominent person con
nected with the military and civil govern
ment of tho Empire will tie present. Each
division of the German army will lie rep
resented. Th -ro will bit also about 15,000
members nf tho Ivrleger Verelne, 10,000
members of various singing societies and
8,ihhi turners. Il is expected tbat alto
gether there will he about 2"i0,000 people
present to participate in the ceremoules to
day. on to nkidkkwai.d.
Kl ok!ii kim, Sept. 28, The vlllag e and
castles along the river Rhine were Illumin
ated last evening mid coutlre and blue
ights burned on all tuu heights, Twenty
steamers profusely decorated with flags,
wmi-ii anchored In tlio l iver Rhine In front
of this town. Tho continuous town and
villages were decorated and their itreet
thronged with strangers. Club are cou
tluuiiliy arriving with banner and music,
ami uninetue crowd u proceeding to
1 HB KilRKR ON TUB GROUND.
lit'iiKsurciM, Sept. SW. Rmperer Wil
liam ami prliian Frederick William arrived
at noon and were received with (real
All tuu German meteagn and prlnoe
isietubled beiurt lie BkMUiatat Kl4er
walcl, ami the ceremony begsn In the pre
enci) of the vast multitude nd proceeded la
accordance with the programme heretofore
A KOYAf. ALUTK. ,
BlNtiKN. Sept. 27. 1 n. m. -Salutes from
the battel te, here and from the Runs on the
surrounding hills are now being fired, an
nouncing the unveiling of the statue of Qer
mania. Tho church belli are ringing and
the steam whistles on the steamer of the
Rhine are sounding, and the whole vast
assemblage at Nlederwald are singing the
na imial anthem.
WHAT IT COST.
The total cost of Ihe statue of (iermanla,
which was unveiled to-day at Nlederwald,
Is over I.OUo.OOO marks. Tbo Inscription
upon the m uiumimt say: l"In memory ot
the unanimous and victorious rising of the
lie mi a n people and the ro-ewtablisliiiient of
the dei nun Empire, 1870-1871."
A (,'( HJNTKIt IRRITANT.
P.vitis), Sept. 28. A a counter demon,
trillion lo the unveiling of Ibe statue of
G rinaiiia on the Rhine by the Germans,
crowd of Parisians assembled thisaf .eruoou
around the statue of "Siraaburg," In Tlace
do a Concorde, and Indulged In patriotic
erles. Tho demonstration paused off with
out any disorder.
Bkkmk.v, Sept. 23. -Tho work of
straightening the lower portion of the river
Weser has begun. The expense, which i
to be borne by the city of Bremen, will, it
is estimated, exceed toOO.QOO.
London. Sept. 28. Tho report of tho
shooiing of Parnell is false. Pamell ia now
London, Sept. 28. -Parnell left here for
Leeds this morning.
O'DONNItl.L'a RXAMINA HON.
London, Sept. 28, u'Donnell, tba
murderer of " Carey, was this morning
brought before Magistrate Flowers at the
Bow street station, when bis examination
Al fVl Itl A.,.
Vik.vna, Sept. 28. -The Fretndenblatt
gives currency to Hie report that Prince
Alexander, of Bulgaria, lefi Sophia yes
terday Incognito for Vienna.
Note -If this proves to be correct tba
reason for Alexander thus leaving hi capi
tal is probably in order to consult with the
Emperor Francis Joseph, and may bo con
sidered connected with the reported pro
test of Russia to the Powers regarding the
recent events in Bulgaria.
Ill KSI 1.
I-RINCK AI.KXANDKII KEI'l'DI A'l KD.
ST. pKTKUSIti mi, Sept. 28. M. Do-glei-s.
Prime Minister of Russia, has writ
ten to the Rusian embassadors accredited to
Ihe different courts of Europe, expressing
h.s regret that Prince Alexander, of Bul
garia, should have incurred the danger of
restoring the constitution, and says that
Russia will not be responsible for any evil
resud which may come from his actions,
Atiihss, Sept. 28. -The Porto lu its
note to the European power relative to
tho condition of affairs in Bulgaria call
their attention to the armament of Bulga
ria. THE MARKETS.
SEPTEMBER 28, iSKi.
l ive toek.
Receipts are 8,000;
fti OOfad 40: eood to choie
quoted at K4D raf !K): coiiiinon
io iiur ?s uwtfa iu; feeders and stock-
ers f ; Texans $3 MM 40; butchers
at 2 40i3 70.
lloGS Receipts 15.000; fairly active,
steady; light at J4 SOtatf 30;
rough packing $4 4St4 7ft; heavy packing
and shipping $4 Xca' 20.
CATTLE Exporters 80o 15; t-on.1
to heavy do $j 50.i 75; light to fair $4 VOrtf
i 7.r; common to medium $1401 90; fair
;o gootl Colorado $400n 10; southwest $3 7S
'aMSo; grass Texans tJI2j'l2o; liaht to
;ooil stockers $T ,'0i.J 7ii; fair to good feed
srs $1 7.VaH 00; common to choice native
cows and heifer $2 2.V9( 00; seillavvas ot
any kind $2 0072 40.
SHEEP Common to medium $2 6079
3 2S; air to good t3 Him 75; prime J3 90
fttt 15; fair to good Texans $2 75oM 65.
HOGS Market generally I steady.
Yorsers selling at $6 b0tN 10; rotuta
to good mixed packing W 40tan 00; heavy
shippers $505W 15; butebers to extra $5 00
ra'.'i 15; skips and cull $3 Wdl 25.
WHEAT September 04X ; October
95 Si; November 07; December 99 Hi
Mav il 07 V. '
COItX-September 4!W; October 49K;
November 48V; vear 47V; Mav 43 V.
OATS-Septombcr 27 V; October 27X;
November 28; year 27 V; May 32 V.
8T. LOU 13.
WHEAT-IIlgber; closing at ft 00 V Oc
tober; fl 03 V November; $1 rio.v De
ceinbiv. CORN Firmer; 46V October;' 44V
November; 41K year; 44V
OATS Stronger: 25V b, October; 25V
b. yetir; 31V b. May.
H 11 V; November Jl 13V;
ti m; January ti 13 ,
CORN-Septemher ; October (UK;
November (H V ; December GO ; January
58 '. . 1
GATS October .'MV; November 30.V
December 38; January 31) S ,
I oil n try I'riidnee.
81'. LOCI8. m
BUTTER-Creamery at 27r2!) for choice
to fancy, ami a shade more in a small way;
seconds at dairy rates. Dairy t 2lr23
for choice lo fancy to 2lcoi25 for selections;
fair ljrrtlo; low grade Mi p). Good to
choice near-by In pails 11(13; cniniuon 7,tf
8. Receipts HO, 007 lbs. Market quiet,
demand light, and values essentially tin
POULTRY Spriru chickens-Choice to
laiiey large $2 5072 75; fair to good
sized tl 7.V(2 25; small nnd scrubby l 2.V
150. Old chickens Cocks f2 5ft 2 75, mixed
(cocks and hens) M09(:l 25; choice to
fanev hens Hi 6o7,T 75; spring ducks I2 50f
2 76 and young turkeys JM!; feathered
young geese k:)5. Unchanged; demand
fair for choice, scubbv stock dull.
EGGS Receipt. 795 pks. More plentiful
and easier, market steady at I!) Si 120 for
mind marks, limed and stale stock much
Wheat arrived dull: corn arrived with
nothing offering. Wheat and corn to
arrive dull. Mark Lane Wheat ami
turn dull and hevv. Countrv markets
tii-111. Spot wheat Is, dull: No.
2 spring 8s lOd; No, 3 spring none in mar
ket. Western winter 8 7d; Mixed West
ern corn sttadj at 5 Ad. De
mand f-oiu Continent and United Kingdom
not much doing for wheat and moderato
corn. Weather In England Mr.
Receipt of wheat past week i.'WXJO ecu
!, HI WalOU 2W,injg were JUIIf rlSBtVl