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LLiNOlS CKNTKAL H. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and (Jlucago.
Tho Onlv Lino Kimniniz
Making Dikkut Connection
I'haim Lv 'iho:
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A rrtviij ic lu M louIi 4.'. .m .; l"Ln S.SO ;i m.
Coni.ilnu ' O'lm and Kr..ni;hni fur Cine T
liatl, Loii.avlilv. Itliaimpoln iil po:m Entt.
11:1 i h.ii. bt. I jouiH itu.l WmKtii
Arriving in Hi. Loot. :0.'i p. m.. r.d connection
for poiut w
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HrSt. Louie ii ridctgo, airtviLg al Si- Umlf
tll:40 p.m., ami Chicago, T:.' m
I) fill ji in. l.'inuinniiti lCxir.
Arilvmg al C-luctl.n'.l am.; Louisville 6:M
am.; Indianapolis 4;tO a.ia. I'aetriigcri ).
thin tram reach tl-e abcj'.e point? I 'J to JO
ilol'Kb In ailvaiit" ol aty otUtr route.
Hf-ThfS:M p n. elpres h" PCLLMA.s
clKKPINo CAP. Cairo to C:Bc:nii'il, :-bi,-ii
change, an-i tt.roajth epur 10 S' Louts ant
Fast Timo Kat.
f . . ..,.. t.y tb:s line gotlirotik'h to KfM.
J ahstlll;t IN ern point without ny de.ay
cauied by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday afier
jool train from Cairo arrive in new Yo'k Monday
nornlUK at Thirty (ii hours iu ailvauceof
f other route,
y-Fnr through tirkfifhiid further information,
ai.piy at Illinois C-utial Railroad I . pot, Cairo.
J H. JON KS, Tie set Agent,
i. II UANSOS.Ofn. Pa. Aavl.1. Cnlrsgo
U. K. TIME CAHI) AT C'AlKo.
ILLINOIS CKNTKAL H. K.
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irept SiiDilay. 1 D.illf .
'.Ki'l p III.
;()1TY GUN STOUE"
Oltlost in the city; estaMislietl iu UiG-'.
Cnm'l Avo , Ui'twcrn 'Mli ami Wh Si.
MANL'KAI'TL'IIEK DRALER IN AM. KINDS
Amniunl'.lon of all ilcKi-rii'lnn alwav? on hutul at
OoniTal rpirln In all kinds of ni 'tuN. Ki vb
nf all dt'ncrlptiotii mado to ordiT, hm1 hhi ii-rni l lin
wirrantod. tilve mu a rail, and lm convuu od for
Touraelf, attnei Ruoftli.- "BIO i.L'N."
JOHN A. KOKHLKK.
91.6m Proorlutor, Citro. 111.
Jhop on llAlllday Avontio, UctwiMin f'ourtli and
rjlilh strrcln, Cairo, Illinois.
tirAll kind nl Unlit and heavy hlackamllhlni;,
wairon and carrlaifo work dono Inthn nmi-twoik-manllka
manner. Hnrae-ahoulni; a ipecmlty and
iatlfactlon guaranteed .
"PJALLIDAY BROTH KRS.
rikOVA, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mil Is
Elf heit Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
(J II 0 LEIt A!
PROF. DA RHYS
I hi-iiiohI owrtnl AntiHpt(o
WILL PllKVRNT TIIK CHOLKRA.
, The moBt piiwerful An
j tiKeptlo agi nt which
chi'iiilxtry ban produced.
Ik uhu either lim-r
1 nally or externally r--u-I
di i all It cornea in run-
tui'.l with, pure, iveet
and clean, the produc
tion of illHi'Hafueriaii
: rcaaea and the pati, nt
It In a flirt nut iIiIIhIimI
iiy Kcii'Li-.e 'hut many
diHeaeH are introiiii'-ed
hy pulritii aiion, whli h
reprodiicia itnulf and
tiropuKatet the dii-aiie
In ever widening circle
When uiied on Ulrt-ra,
I braldn, liiirna, Kinptioiis
and Hurva it itoin all
Pain, avtitutt-ii t n: tian
and promotes the rapid
formation of H e a I t h y
Thee d'aeafca tiener
atu coutau'ion ajid fill the j
air with death. Sucli la
that dn-ail Terror,
Asiatic Choh'ia, I
whirh la now ili vaHlai
tii S the KuM ami ad
valid us o'i lt nili-Moii
ol death rapidly towards
our cli(ire. (Jttier di-
i-aiien ol tha nnrne mit
are I)iph:heia. Typh
old I'ever, .Scarlet Fever,
Small-I'oi, M c a a I e a, j
Yellow Fever, Kryip i
elaa. ttr. All thru- sen
erate rontauinn. ' 't h t
dln-an-e h ever and
Arii , Ma anal Fever,
tf , .irim- from roMa
Clou which r.omea of
riampia-FP. unhealthy fit
uatiotia or nur.leanri" m.
Al! Ihene )., nr rn
be rured onlv ly top
pir.K the prndiirilon of
nif'-a.; (jermo and de
ttroj ini; thorn- alreidy
produced. Kolti then..
reml'a are accoinplih' d
hy the un? of Prof
liarliy preparation of
lioradc Acid aLd Chlo
rine, known aa
KM' I It.
ltd exponuri: in a ic k
room, Cedar. Closet or
stab, pur. flea the At
imlhere and drive
away the ueima f dm
ee and di-ath.
Taken Internally it
purlflea the Mnina'li,
rivii.s il tone and
healthy vigor Ii is Ims
Ihal It cure uidiueatiorj
When used as a Lotion
it destroys all Frei ale
aui 11 utrh produclLc;
ktenns. leavitiK (he skin
clear, while and trans
parent hi that of a Utile
It rrnderi all It
comes ill eon.
tart with Pure
Space diitii i ot permit u to Lame of the Ure to
which tbi Croat erin-defiMi-r i appiii alil-i.
Ak your Druk.'l't for printed matler den riptivc
of Ita naefnlnea, or addp-Hf
.1. II. f'O ,
Manufacturltik! Cbemir-ta. PHII.AOtLPIil .
50 renin per hott'.i-. I'ilil Holtl'-a. tl lit.
y.KoKiiE II. LKACIl, M.D.
Special attention paid to the II wuenpathie treat
Bitiii of aurkiiral diseis,.. and diseased of women
OFFICE On lllh street, opptaite the i'ut
offlrc, Cuiro. III.
Vl'J Coiiniiorcial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR. EI.ECTKO VAPOK nu MEUICATKU
admin stered daily.
A lady iu attendance.
U W. C. JOCELYN,
U E NT1 S T .
OKU' K-K'rbth Street, m-ar Comu erna! A tri iiv
H. K V. WHITLOCiv.
OPfn i-N'n. LIU Commerrial Avenne, t!twfe6
nri Xli.th Siwii
I.SSI RAM R.
Matiufacturer nd Dealer In -
Hth Street, lietweun l'om'1 Avu. mid I.uvne.
CHOKE HO RING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OV AMUN'ITION.
nfes Pasalreit. All Kinds ot Kcvs Marin.
Cairo & St. Louis Packet.
Tho palatial Anchor Line steamer
W III 'eavo Cairo every Haturday and Tuesday even
Ing at (1 o'clock, Rlvlug Cairo a dally boat form.
For particulars Aa rates, etc., apply to Cnpt.
Tboi. W. Nlilnlds, General Atteut, or Sol A. Silver,
THE BUTLER BOOM,
Wendell Phillips Thinks Ben th
Best Governor They Ever Had.
Tbe famous Geniiral Likely to Succeed
Himsrlf-Marj Ohnrchill Wisconsia
Druocrat A Mygterioaslj Disap
peared ReKlaorantettr Newi of the
Boston-, Sept. l'l. Tim story lUited
eleiday by tlm opponmila ot Gov. Butler
that Wendell I'liillipt bad ileulded Ihiit ha
i i,i no longer support (jcti. Butler for Oov
rrnor, liaviiikt liiMimr convinced that he ha
aliandonrd the caiisi! of the workinemen
and allied his foi innea with the money pow.
rr, baa ureaie.l a ;rat aensation. Mr.
rbi;iii (old a rnrfepMdent to-day tbt
the hole Hiory aa a pure fabncatlon.
An in'linatn friend of Mr. I'hlllipi aubie
'ii"inlv said: "Mr. l'tilllips has a great
uduiiuiion for Ilutier, and is fully ron-miiui-iI
th.it in the Tewkaritiry iuvca
tij.ii ion hi excellency ai.'com
tiiwiieii i cieal anil noldc work, and
h ' 1 1 : i y lieieve that be in dea
tmed to do very nun:b more good before he
i.-aves Hie ( iu'iernatonial chair. He believes
ioveinor Roller i a real Governor; luch
,i iV.is iuip ha long needed. "
I'he It, piiiiliciin lea.lrra are loiinc confi
de n.e, and feur lhai Mr, Pierce will be
n imiii ited next Witdsjeaday on the firu
linlloi. The uiiinap'r of hN "boom" are
etideiiiiy not so well itisried with the more
reei-nl election of d levates, especially thOim
from the country lown-t. "1 aliall not be
surprised," a.iyn one of his supporters,
"to bear read a letter -of withdrawal from
tdiii licfore a bulloi is talen. " Should this
lie done, Gfors" I). Robinson would un
lioiililedly he noiuinated.
M. I.oala Trtj Prweaaloa.
Si. Lot is. Sept, 13. The trades'
pageant on Thursday nisht of Fair week
v;l, be greater in extent and variety than
the Prophets dis-play, to be made two ulfihts
before, and if the artiUi' deslRiis do not
l elie the character and quality of tip work
it will equal in splendor aud beanry the fairy
t ruin of the Great American Seer. Fifty
of tbe firt budne Interests of the
t v will be represented in
h' pageant, and a-t each U vying with the
"lb. r to make the deepest and firmest Im
pression on lb? public heart. There is no
mere cheap and silly effort at advertising
in be tnade wiib different floats. This, it
i understood, istbel.vt and least consul
era ion of the sbnw. What everybody pro
poses to do is to brine the greatest requisite
an to bear in beautifying and rendering at
tractive tbe peculiar branch of trade which
his bouse repreetoji. It will h rather a
np'titloii of interest than of mere Indi
vidual exhibits. The clothing men, the
brewer. Ibe railroad men, each in their re--P-ciive
lines, are lavisbuiL' Dwney upon
their floats, and si UL-' brushes and ar
penti rs' hammers atxl saws are flying faster
and faster dav by day in the effort lo com
p.ete everything 1 time for th procession.
If nothing happens to interfere with the
plans of l he committer and of the mer
chants a graii sight will be presented in
tin t recta, on the night of October 4.
The .Maine Nl. Vomn Fair.
Si. I,k;is, sept. 13. The machinery de
Mirinieiit at the fair promises to be one of
ihe tines! exhibitions in this tirw ever seen
in St. Ixiuis. Tbe list of premiums in lar:e,
and though ample space wv allotted to this
d( partmenl, every root of it haa been tak
in. The Fair Association provids ample
steam power for the exhibitors to display
ihrir machinery in motion, and so perfect
and complete ate the arrangement, thai Ihe
iii' rcliants and in iiuifacjtureis have come
forward In n wv that will make
t Ii is, year's exhibition one
t'i be reiitenibered. Among
i ') many Inventions thai, will he exhibited
are ice-making machines, gasometers aud
h ating mitchirii's. i lectrie i;overnor.
sin ikH'Con-uiuers, twenty virietica of
steam pumps, wood -working and flour
inlii imicbinei y, wire-rope and cordage,
mrlird-wiie tiuniifncturing, nibber and
leather goods for maoamcry use, and many
oilier crxitrivMt.reH equally important and
interesting. Tbe sas light companies will
exliibii a full line of .'as fixtures, meters,
be ating and .-ooklng stoves, gas engines
:ind several lale Inventions in pas lighting.
Ilnalan anil I.ayrasrk.
Cincinnati, Sept. 13, Kdwaid Haitian,
Hie champion oarsm an, says he lias not
received a challenge front l.aycnck, but
believes there Is one on tint way. One of
ihe stipulations of the challenge, as be un
lei'slumls it, la that the race Is to lie rowed
In Australia. "Now," said lliililnii, "I
don't uasr ribout making such a Ion,' jour
i.ey unless extra IndiicenirnUi are offered.
1 1 Is Ibe place of those who
ish to I'ompeie with mo
for thu championship to come In this
country. I don't care to take any risks
in a championship race with such a great
'trophy at Make. Change, nf climate and a
long sea voyage are not the best things In
Ihe world to put a man In good condition.
I received telegram fmm a Mr, IiavK now
In San Francisco, and on his way from Aus
tralia, to men b I in In Chicago next week.
He Is the iiuthnrizcd agent of l.tiycock, I
sent him a message to conin to St. ! .otitis,
where 1 give, an exhibition. If hn offers ts
do what 1 think Is right I will go,"
Th ftef '.duration.
si. Lot'18, .Sept. 13, A reporter visited
the Manual Training School of Washington
I'nlveralty to-day and found about two
hundred Imya enthusiastically engaged lit
their work. Tuplls were foil ml at their
dcsl'j studying, In (he recitation nnd lira'
ng fflnma reciting, and at work under the
siipermlrm of skilled workmen In the car
pentry, blacksmith and machine shops.
The fact that the number of pupils In at
tendance from far and near exceeds lb
number rspected, and (bat there arc only
few vacant leal this, tbe fourth, day of the
seadnn, la a autHclcnt attestation of the
success and popularity of the only Institu
tion In existence, designed to develop all
the power of man and, at Ihe amn time,
prepare him far any of the actlvlllr-s of real
laitMrted for Harris
Krwakk, Hcpteniher 13. Job
II . Chlsholui wan ta-day indltitwl Mr mur
der la the first degree by the grand Jury of
fastvi county for tk Mutdar! ait wlt la
imp ntairry ill lieliiiinlk.
Si-.w Sui'K, sepi. ill -Very contradlo
loiy nuiKHs y,i.re aflonl yesterday con
eciniiig Mr, ( barles Deiinonico, tho head
of the well-known family of restauranteuia.
Acconling to one aiory lie wa lying IIP in
led, ami was even aaid to be at the point
ifileaih. Another rumor had it thai be
lid become insane, l was stated at the
s. .lames Hotel thai he had hern taken to a
lunatic asylum. At tbe (iilsey Iloiisii tbe
lory too the shape, that Mr. Del tuouieo
b id been inaiie for the last two inonilis.
A tcpoiler last itvcning Called ill III.!
residence of Mr, Charles ltd
iniiuico, No. i'.'II West Four
teenth siieel an I wa there,
told that the gentlemen wa iu in rfecl
beailhaiid soiiml of iiinid. He bad been- 4
home until J o'clock In the afternoon, ami
b id then gone to the restaurant. At the
.ilt -f puice Ibe buok-kerpcr sal I t.iat Mr.
i' Iiiioiiico bait left town at 4:3". lie could
not sav where he bad gone 10. The bead
waiter in the cafe said thai the g,-n tlciiian
bad left town the day before, but then cor
rected himself and said be meant that after
noon. Mi . Atnuiid Ktuslier, the sou of
the proprietor of me ilriiuswick. said iliat
lie bad spoken to Mr. Charles Ileluiniiinii
Im 111 the afternoon, and had not uoticcti
tiiai anything was the matle- with him, A I
M ariinelle's, ihe Fifth Avenue Hotel and
tne llnffinan House nothing w-,is known
l;irthr Ulan what was pulillslieil in One of
tin- evening papers.
Mlaronsin Democrat In Seaalon.
MihisoN, Vl.. sept. 1:1. A number of
le4,ing Wisiousin Dnnocrats, inrluilmi
Iii. W. A. Anderson of La Crosse, John
. deoigeof Milwaukee, t linton Rabbit of
I'.eloii, ex-Congrr-Hinan 'annu l I, llur
li.nd of Reaver I .t 111 , X. 1). Fiatt of
I', n ine, and Col. Win. F. Via ind Con
."I e-mail Hiii'r W. .loiies nf Madison, have
'e en holding a secret session at tbfi I'ark
II del this evening. There a general
c uiveralion, mingled wii,b champagne and
11 . mis, voiciMiiiug tn political situation in
the country at Urge, and particularly 111
1 i' and Iowa, and the Democratic
Ciiicflaiiis are really confident of success in
the latter stale. Most of ihe Bad
ger chieftain favored tar.ff for revenue
only ami were of the opinion of Vilai that a
campaign on that issue would win in 1W.
T"W irds the close of tbe conference il was
unanimously agreed that if tbe Norwegian
uitc could only be reached iu Wisconsin it
was good for a Democratic victory next
year. The primary object of tbe gathering
app' rd to have been a strenghteiung of tbe
1 .! boom for the Vice-Presidency, with
1 s lo r Tilden or McDonald to lead, a ma
jot it v of the conference favoring the former.
I i- eoiilidenl ly expected tna'. the Wi.scoii-
in delegation ill Itie next conv i-ntioli is to
ipe picdg, d In Col. Vilas' aspirations.
l.ulll; ol Seed or 1 1 on.
Kim.sids, X. V., Sept. 13, Tbe entire
ei 1 hi '11:11 term of the l ister county Court of
s iuiis has been occupied with the trial of
ti, oige Kekert, son of a prominent Demo
cratic politician w bo is indicted for sedu
e n.' Ihe daughter of a farmer of Marble
town under a promise of marriage. The
court-room ha heeu crowded. Tbe cat-e
eieii'ed something of a ensallon in ronn
iiieio: of the position of the defendant's,
family nd the strenuous efforts inaiic to
c.li ai-bim. The jury returned a verdict of
LllllltV of seiluiMlon.
NKW YnliK, Sept. 13. Slide says lie lias
not ili.iiidoiit'd bis contract w itll Mace, and
annuls that ibe agreement is at the rate of
on it VXi a week. He made it with the full
knowledge ibat he was a novice, In bis
ivcent limits be bad never been within
Isle or four months of tbe expiration of bis
agreement, lie was satisfied, and worked
nn without expense, with spending money
ahead and with a chance nf something
ItnsiiiN, Sept. 13. T ic stockholder of
ibe AiiKiicrn yutck Transit Steamship
company, which built the domed steam
ship, nu t u sterday and staled that Oi Ml
w .is absolutely ncccary lo couiplele tho
stcHiii' 1 a id pay the cont.racied debis. The
subscription paiier found no signer. There
. ...me feeling liceatisc of the absence of
tic pie -nli'iit and treasurer, mid the
ii lulled statement of Ibe expenditure,
l.nng llaiirl Swrl by l.nleo.
Nkw YiuiK, sppt. 13. The siiinu of ibe
past f, w days ha done a gri it. deal nf
il.ilinge on the Long Island coast, llatbing
bouses have licen awept away at Far Rock
away and other places along the beach. The
schooin r Ada Lewis, of Boston, was driven
sh 'I'r al ( 11W lay, Ibe sloop John Cooper
sunk 111 1 old springs harbor, and tbe
m h ici'.laiie Parson I on the rocks In ibe
sound near Oak Neck.
stew Jeraej Democracy.
TltrM'iS. N. Kept. 13. The Demo
cratic stale Kxeculive Ciiininitlec remained
In sesloii until fi o'clock this morning,
w hen the temporary otliceis were agreed
upon. Allen McDcruioit, usIioiik AoIhiII
in ill, iv is cIiohcii cliall'inatl. A careful re
view of the delegations nl ID o'clock this
111, lining Imlloalc Ilia; Abbott bus a good
lend, Whlttakci' a good m ml nnd 1 'ocbrau
a f ur third.
CiilrrldKe'a Kmpitrl Hrci plloii.
Nl'.WPOMI, Scil. 13, Lord Chief .Ins
lice Coleridge wiisglviti 11 brilli inl n ccp
lion ill thn ( asliio to-day, which was at
tended by many prominent people, .ludgn
Samuel lliutcbfoiil ilel v.-rrd tin addri ss of
Aclci'llle, to w bci Judge oe 'bb'e feeling
h I' pied, Till' thrill l'l" ill which 1'ic If
ccplliin W, is held was bcilinruilv ilecoiiilcil,
I'orgrr Airt anol.
t IIICAiiO, Sept. 3. siliuil II a II II , a
prepossessing, look In 2 individual, who came
hl'le from t'hllnilelphlll seeiil Weeks ago
claiming to represent l.iliorni inn A ( ,,., of
thai elly, was Jaileil lale la, I night for pass.
111 - bogus mid lorgril checks by Ihe winiu
talc, o ihs bpcll gambling heavily of
Ileleitale lit Ihe Colored 4'oiivenlloii.
spiiiMini'.i n, Si pi. I t. -The miss con
vention of representative loluivd men ol
() do, to choose delegates In the national
convention at Louisville, Srpteinlier 'J4,
has been poalponeil till Thursday, Sepleiu
he i' 'JO, and will inert u ( oliimbtis,
h.ilera M l.illle llora;
1,11 im lb UK, Ark., sept. 13. -There I
utcat cxcllrini'iil here, occasioned by tho
annuuncenieiit that the cliolcni had nu
peared In thu city. A man named Harris
died hero this morning whose dlsaoni 'a
pronounced sporadic cholera,
Another Mew Paper.
BiMyrAi.11, Sept. 13, -Tho Buffalo Daiiy
Times made It Ural appeal ance lb-day.
Il Is aaiiviu vulujwii rwo-ueul luoiuln Jour
ii' i. Sheldon's residence in Auburn, N.
V.. loiiii 'd last night. Tbe Inmates barely
I'sC I'.M ll .
I' c warehouse of the Anheuser-llii-cii
Urew ing Association burnetl at St.
I. 11 - v. - day. Loss, W.Qto).
-Ilu-.li.i. Ila tlngs, tbe veteran New
01 , i' in ualisi, Is dead,
- I'r '. 1 1 1 Arthur will leave Washington
1 v iu- for X'ew York to act as one of
ill lie, iron m the funeral of Hugh
1 I I - 1 1 1 .' s .
-. iii loin 'a cuius came lo griefatOar
iie i, Ivis., yesterday. (Hd Dan Rica
'l I them will) an atuebmeni fur W.OOO."
The performer ara reported to be almoit
teHute, and many of them illlnt to
wotk on fai ins for their board.
--The Coi'd-hmding Harvester Assecia
1 ion of 1 he dined slates held a secret con
I. relic hen: yesterday. Il is understood
t be oiijcci of the meeting is to limit tbe pro
diieiion and prevent a glut In the market
such is occurred last year.
1 1 RY 4 III K4 HIM..
Tb 0 Tejaa-Caldwell Theory Uaa Been
Bun to Earth -No Need of Looking Pur
titer in that Direction-Maty' Impar-
F:. Plan, Tex., sept. 13. Caldwell was
1 11 Mbuabua day before yesterday and sent
a letii 1 10 an acrjiiaintance in tbla city, pro
i.si.iil' bis entile innocence of all connec
tion wiib the Churchill affair, saying ha
wa going to leave for the south immediate
h , u tin-stir had been created about him
w i caii-lng him some uneasiness, lest hit
ci, diinis might get after him. He pro
ti s'. il -bat tic had done no wrong. "There
is a W111111 n on the other side of the river,
at P. 1.0 del Xot te, w ho claim to be Miss
, 1 1 1 i-1 id, mid has succeeded in convincing
sonic people that such is tho case. Sbe is,
however, only a fast woman, who bears
oine 1 t seiutilaiicf to the missing girl, and
is pia ing mis role as 11 nutter of builness
and to make herself the central figure In a
Knee s,.isaiioii. she play the part reason
ably well and keeps herself pretty
clo-e. inilv a few persona have
-iieccciled 111 getting .0 see her as yet. I
bad a parly take Miss Churchill's picture
alot j.- und work hia way lo her. He bays
she weighs MO pounds and lack the gold
tili ng iu ibe teeth, beside being a woman
lacking teiiiu inent, and is evidently only a
shrewd woman of the world. Thi 1 prob
ably ihe founiiation of all the late reportsof
Miss chin 1 bill's presence In this city.
M ien i-iy anybody in Kl Pao now believe
M,s. Cnurch.ll has ever been here. "
The Duiiy News publishes a large num
ber of letters from physicians of ibis city
in atiswcr to a circular asking tbeir opinions
as lo the probability of cholera in this coun
11 v iiexi year or within tbe uext few years.
M"st of ilieui anticipate more or less chol-
ie in tins country next year and urge the
nece, ny of a thorough observance of tbe
saiiitai v precautions of municipal and per
W II A I TIIK HHTllRJi NAT.
Uijiukun ut' the leading Journaltava of the
Nkw Yoiik, Sept. 13. -The World aayt:
'II the hi 1 Democrats will settle, their
ipi'iircls and go earnestly lo work tbey may
j ei carry the slate. The fruibi of a victory
me too valuable to be lightly discarded.
.Iii l.'c 1 1 0 idly is an honorable and able
man, ami as the chosen representative of
the party he deserves a united Democratic
support. The Democracy of Ohio should
remember thai its light fa for personal
liberty 111 lis own state and assured victory
in the n-i'im. ' '
The sun, iu an article on the Dcmocratio
iii 11 1"! ", 1 t oo -nra: -'It will be a pretty
piece 01 1,11 10 throw away the state
in order that mic particular Democrat niay
co 10 the Senate. There are a half dozen
Democrats who might fitly be chosen to the
Senate from Ohio. Democrat outnido of
0I110 don't care a copper which is chosen,
luittlicy have a right to demand that the
party iu Ohio shall not he sold out, aud
shail not cut lis own throat. Tbo loss of
Ohio is of little moment as things stand, but
the parly in thai stale will cripple llaelf for
ycais II it let personal hatreds, ambitions
und jealousies eal out its patriotism and
hliength, Defeat is nothing lo fear if it ii
1101 1 n work of folly. The Ohio Democrat
still have lime to retrieve blunders. Let
tiicm slop fighting among themselves and
are what 1 hey can do then."
The Times says: "The very improbabl
slory 1 hat Mr. lilaino bad confidentially
told return Augusta Democrats thai he be
lieved that (iencriil Butler would hi' re
elected (iovemor of Mass aeh use its and
would next veiir br nominated and elected
lo ibe Presidency, la emphatically denied
by thai gentleman. Mr. Blaine evidently
wishes it 10 Im understood thai, ho has not
entirely lost bis aense, a few people con
sblci him a fool, whatever cl tbey may
think of him. The story could havo re
ceived litilc credence. ' '
The Tribune says: 'The disgrace of the
four naval cadet who havo been found
giully of hazing certain of their fellow in
I hr I nili'd Slates steamship Constellation
will perhaps finally convince even the most
Incoi rigibli! you ig men in tbe academy al
Annapolis ihal the laws against such ruf
fianism In Hi" navy arc to be rnforcod.
There was not tbe shadow of an excuse for
their silly and In ulal conduct. For tlm
last year or no Hie superintendent has lukeu
particular pains 10 Icl bis charges under
stand that hatting would not be tolerated.
The youths engaged in this fiucHtloniibl
fun, therefore, were fully aware of what
Hie i'oi!sciiirnees of the act would prou.
ti 1 I be,"
The Herald says: "By Ihe way the
pulill.t will be glul lo learn from our Wash
ington dispatches this morning that Secie
lury Folger I awake to thn fact that our
system of slennibviit Inspection needs over
hauling and proposes to give Ids personal
Ml 1 ml i ii to this Important matter,"
OVER THE 0CEAN7
A I 'NTtm.
ViKNNA, Sept. 1.1. Tho authorities. t!
find great ditllculty iu suppressing thfi
Criiiiiiaii troubles. They no sooner crush
out Hie rebellious spirit in one quarter th au
It crop out In iinoiher. New Is Just re
ceived of an oulbreuk In .hkobnvaeli, yester
day, which the troopouly suppieased
After til ing m Ihe mob, killing fifteen of
them und wounding many others.
JKR.1I A NY.
Bkih.in, Sept. 13, Kniperor William
lias subscribed lit), 000 marks toward restor
ing tho cathedral at Treves,
It la tted that the Caar before return
ing lo Warsaw, will ni4Htt Emperor William
at TlUrU. ,
I.oNiioN. sepi, 3. A dUpatck- from
Mnlrira sivs: "The South Africa
steamer, wiib o'Donnell. the slayer ot
.lames Carry, on board, arrived hara tali
uiornln.'. o'Donnell is in charge of tw
colonial detectives. His manner la quiet
and reserved, and there i no sign tkat he
feels any anxiety for the future."
A WKITKR DEAD.
Duilon Cook di"d last night, aged II.
During hi,s life he was engaged In lltarary.
ill mi in. ami art criticisms upon Punch,
oi iibill M iga.lne, Pall Mali oa.euaaaa
World., lie also vvtote several works ol
lie ion. ... .
... IRlAl, WHIP.
The new toman steamer, City of Chicago,
made a .rial trip September 13, aceompttah
ing ibe p ed or fifteen knot aa hour.
A UK A I) ADMIRAL.
Ailniii.il Sir Richard Collinson, K. C. B.,
K. I!. i. s., is dead. He commanded the
Fiiti'i piis'' expeiiition, which left Plymouth
in ls.V) in seacb of Sir.lohn Frinklin.
sr. Jiiiins, X. F., Sept. 13. Tho
I'mied States (ireeley relief steamship,
Yantic, has just anchored here, and her
I'dings are lamentable. No word ha been
received from (ireeley or any of his party.
Thn steamer Proteus was crushed In a floe
of ice at the eiiirauce to Smith's Sound,
July Jit. ( apt. Pike, his crew and a
scientific party are passengers by the Yan
tic. A rKoSl'K HOI'S PAII.WAT.
Toronto, Can., sept. 13. Tbe Globe'
London cable say: "The Grand Trunk
railway aiiiioiinces that the accounts Just
passed for the half year show a balance,
after paying all preferences, sufficient to
pay the (irand Tiunk first and second pre
ferencea, tho Great Western preference in
full; also 3s 3d per share on tbe Western
ordinary slock. It is proposed to recom
mend tbe proprietors to pay the Western
ordinary in full an interest, and adjust tbe
accounts next December.
Paris, Sept, 13. The. DebaU editorially
expresses the opinion that tbe basi of
negotiation between Challemnl Laoour and
Tseng are less favorable to France than the
treaty made by Retiree at Pekln. The Dc
bats als i says: "Tbe Chinese should be
givx u to understand that the desire of
Fiance for ucacn has a certain limit."
Tbe Figaro states tbat Lord Lyons,
Rr.lisb Ambassador to Paris, bad a long
intervie.v with Clmllemcl Lacour yesterday,
at w hich was urged upon the French Minis
ter nf Foreign Affairs tbe danger to Eu
ropean commercial affair should a war re
sult from ih Toniiiln imbroglio.
OKK KOIt A VACATION.
It is Announced that Cballeinel Lacour,
Minister of Foreign Affairs, will shortly
lake a furlough, probably extending to
October, and that Prime M ulster Ferry
will assume the function of tbe otHo in tbo
4 'II IK A.
i.oxdon. Sepi. 13. Private advices from
Canton state tbat business had been re
sumed as before the receut outbreak. On
ly a few foreign merchants are engaged in
trade there, the tea traffic having drifted to
other loc ilities. The inhabitants of Canton
have tbe reputation of being especially tur
bulent at all time.
TRYING TO 8KTTI.K IT.
Lonhon. Sepi. 13. The Standard'!
Paris special stair that ai the Chine '
legislation ami at the French foreign 1 flice
it is asserted that negotiations relative to
Ihe Tonipnn (iiestlon are lie ing conducted.
Hoi I) sides are working with a siuoere do
sire of arriving at an amicable settlement of
the diil o illies. The Kn;lish and Ameri
can diplomatic representatives at Part con
firm the above statement.
SFPTF.M RKIl 13, 18S3.
l ive stock.
CA rn.K-Ueceipts 8,000; firm; ex
ports ti uOraMi 4b; choice to good ship
ping Hie lower, Si &VM K7; common to
fair lOorJ'ie off ; WriiW; butcher $;! iiofo
4 00; Texan if-l .i0ot4 Xt.
lloiis Iteceipi 15,0ii; active on ship
ping account; packing doing freely; firm
at lurffl.ie lower; light ft OuYalj 35: rough
packing $4fi07o'4 8.1; beavv pai.-ing and
shipping 3 Mm 35.
. sr. Louis.
C.Vm.K -Exporters S" H0rart 13; rood
lo heavy do $5 50oA) ""; light to fair t4 00f
4 7ft ; common to moditiiii 1 -PM4 '; fair
to good Colorado. V00 10; outhwet .$3 75
(5p4 Sk'i; grass Texans $3 'Jjiai4 20; light to
good sioc.ker $3,V)(03 75; fair to good feed
ers $ 7,Vrflj IS; com mmi to choice native
cows unit heifer $a 2fK(4 Oi); acAllawag of
anv kiud W 00(0-2 40.
Sll KKP (Quotations unchanged. We
itiote enminon to medium fg Mai 2R; fair
lo good SI Mrt.l 75; prime 3 10(St4 50;
fair lo food Texan 7.Vu.1 U5, lamlw
f3 UOCnl 30.
HOtiS-Uocoints 3,ltH head: shipments
l.uft!) bead. W'eak anil slow; demand
nimleraie, large supplv ; Yorkers
$5 OOiirCi 10; butchers H !K)ia!5 15; rough
to good mixed packing $4 40ru4 85; skip
am) cull 3 75iDt S.
WTIF.AT-rnsctiled; closing at Sep-
teuiber; H8 Si c October; $100 Xovember;
$1 oi'il(ll,- December; vear.
1 ). I'S stronger; September; 23
October; 50V .November; 27 ' vear; 31V
CORN' Weaker; September; 51V
October; Xovember; 4'J VY41) S year-,
52 sj .May.
8T. LOI I9.
WHKAT Lower; closing at f 10,1 V Sep
leinocr; HO'JV October; M U5V Novem
ber; .1 118 V Docembc; $1 01 year.
COHN-Lower; 47V " Snptcinher;
47 ' b, October; 45V November; 43V
year; 4HV May.
OATS-Weaker; 2.1V b. September;
2V October; .'6V b. Xovember;
23 ' year; 31 b.. Mav.
V W II FAT -
$1 14V; Oo-
tuner ti i.i'i;
Xoveiuber I 1SV
Uereintier l 20 a.
C( RN September 0.1; (Mobor 64;
Xoveiniier ll;i; Di't'i inber ill V h,
( ATs September 34 S j October 35V;
X'ovrinber 37 V! lc.ej)ber38V .
IU TITER-Dairy -Choice lo fancv 18af.'0', tl
f ,t 1.1 medium; fair to good llfaJiJ, eonimoiv
S'n io. (ioml to cholcn neur-bv In pull $l()f
12: common 7fa'8. Sale: 20 tub fancy
creunierv at 25: 170 tubs June do 13.
POI'I.TRY-.Steady and unchanged:
offering Inadequate: demand fair.
W fpioie: Spring chlrkeu Fancy largo
$2 2.V(2 30, choice iittti 10 fair In good
sized U Midi 75; small and strubbyjiUtf 1 25.
Old chicken Ook fcl 26rrf2 50, mixed
frock and ben) fj 75(ril 00 ; rbolrn to
fancy ben t1 2.Vrf3 60; Spring duck VJioYc
3 00 and young turkeys 12dllb,
E(HlS-To-day recelpu 604 pk. Higher,
aeai ce. Cbolen nmii M K. jiAtjmxm,