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t other route. .
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(Icni'ral repurtntf In all kind of iikUU. Kiya
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warranted, tilvo mu a call, and tit' convintud for
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Sixth bln ota, Cairo, Illinois.
All kliidt of llsht and heavy hlackumlthliiir,
agon and carriage work dona India mtmt work
manlike mautior, lloraa-hoolug a apecmlty anil
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IN TIIK CITY.
UOOPS SOLD VERY CLOSE
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'1 lin inosl i(wTlul AntiHnptio
WILL I It K VENT TIIK CHOLKRA.
, Tlit niont powerful An
i tipciitlc au'Mit which
; c h i i 1 1 1 1" i ry liaH producud.
j 1 1 n line isiitu-r inter
i nally or extcirnally r. n-
di-ra all It cornea iu cmi-
tai:t wltli, purn, awed
: and clean, the produc
tion of din nne-i.'1'riy
! eeaaea and the pain ni.
I When Ufed on Uleera,
J 'iralda. liiirna, Ernptiues
and Horcs It itopa all
I'ain, aweelena the part
and promot:t the rapid
lorination of h e a I I li y
linrnia of llisi'nm
It la a fuel n.ltliMiihed
hy Krli-nre '.hut ir.any
dmeanei" itre inlro'luied
hy ptitrltli nilun, whli h
reprodneea Itself and
liropoKRteii the dini-axe
In ever widening eirclea
Theiie rl 1 cc fener
atu contaifion and llll the
air with Heath. Hiirh ia
that dread Terror,
which la now devaKat-
liiK the Kant and ud
vaiiritjg on ltn mlimion
of death rapidly toward
our fhorea. Other dl'
mti of the name .nrt
are Uiphtlie'ia, Tph
did Fever, Mrartat Kwt.
hroall l'ox. M e a a I e a,
Yellow Fever, Erylp
olaf.etc. All thnae Ken
ernte ronlatlon. uther
dlaea.ea Ke vc r ud
Itt evpomirc I t an k
Odtr, Closet or
htnli:e iur flen the At
mosphere and drives
away the c ims of dis
case and death.
Take ti internally it
purifies the Muint'li.
Kivitit; it tone and
healthy vijror It Is 'hus
that It cures Inliy-nion
Wben used as a l.oiioo
it destroys all Fredle
Kerins. leavincthe skin
clear, while and trans
pnrent as that of t iutle
A nil Ma' trial Fever,
etr., arine from conia
Eion which comes of
uationa or uncleanneaa.
Al! the.e lleae can
he cured onlv by .top
ping the production of
immim (,erm. and de
ftroviiii; thooa alreidy
produced. Both tlieae
refuli. are accomplished
y the un of I'rof
Utrby preparation of
Ilorailc Acid and Chlo
rine, known aa
It render all It
coiiies In con
flict with Kiire
Space dot-a i ot permit u td name of the to
which ttii. creat liarin-deairover ia appiicalile.
Ak yourDniimiat for prinu-'l matter denriptivc
of U nefulnei,, or aiidrea
.r. II. ZKIItlN" Ac CO.,
ManufacturlDg ( b-rii'.rt., 1'HtI.ADKLPUI A.
Wcenta per holtle. I'i nt liottlea. 1.'.
Q.KORGK H. LKACH, M.I).
PHYSICIAN 4fe SURGE(X.
Hpecial attention paid to the llimeopalhlc treat
mem of aurcual di.esaea, and Q'.K-afJS of women
ami chi dren.
OFFICE On 1 lib street, opposite the l'ot
office. Cairo, III.
jit. J. E. STRONG,
12!) Commercial Ave-, Cairo, III.
VAI'Oll, ELECTHO VAI'OH aku MEDICATKL)
H ATI IS
A iady in attendance.
R V. C. JOCKLYN,
U KNT I ST.
ijKKH K Klglith Street, near Child rr:a. A" un
R. E W. WUITLOCK,
Urmi-So. i:t6 Commercial Avenne, bMtweii
pl"'lrii Nil.th Strnet.
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Manufacturer and Doalur In
Hth Ktruci, between Cnm'l Avu. uiid Levee,
CHOKE RORINO A SPECIALTY
AI.L KINDS Or" AMUNITION.
Wsfes Itesalrod. All Kinds ol Kevs Made.
Cairo & St. Louis Packet.
Tho paUllal Anchor Lino steamer
Will learn Culro every Saturday and Tuesday even
Innate o'clock, Klvtng Cairo a dally boat for Hi,
For particulars at rates, etc., apply to Capt.
Tboa. W. Shields, (icneral Agent, or tlol A, Silver,
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CAJRO. ILLINOIS, SATURDAY
WAR! WAR!! WAR III
First Engagement Between
French and Black Flags.
A Decided Victory for the Tornier The
Black Flags' Los Er.timatad at From
700 to 800 Mcn-I.ate Details of the
Canton Riots-Other Foreign and
London, Sept. 14. As dispatch from
Hon Kouk to-dy auti a in at a U'tle bti
taken place lie I weeu the French forcei and
the Black FUs, luniiu; eilil hours. The
easajenient took place lieiween Hanoi and
SonUy, near the Iti-cJ nver. The French
forc are reported a having lost two
('flkeis and fiMy uicn. The lom of the
Black Fla'H is psiimaled at between
fire and six hundred men.
Hanoi ia the town wane lh - f reneji have
been hold me; their garrison since the
previous enj;a(;etai;nt at SonUT awt'tinc
reinforcement. It is probable from the
tenor of the above dispalcb that the Blct
Flairs, whose headquarter are at Bicininu,
to the oorthea.t of Hanoi, determined to
recapture Sontay from the French, who bad
kept guiibo.iU there for the paxi fortnight,
anil while en route from tUcmlnia actots
ibe Delta they were met by the French en
roule from Hanoi to intercept them, the
above battle being the result.
A rWINCH ACCOC.NT.
Lokdov, Sept. 14. The French account
Of the battle with the black K1K stale
that on Saturday, September 1, the French
force from Uanoi advanced to within
twelve naiies of Sonuy, where the euetny
was found In casemate forts, upon whlctitbe
fire of the French bad no effect. After three
day' hard tibUui; the French troop, aided
by a heavy fire from the fleet under Admiral
lionet, carrie I the enemy's work at the
point of the bavonet, capturing two town
and to lilack Kl.-f .
The Standard's rpecial say the French
Iom 1 two officers and four men killed, and
three officer and forty emii wounded. Af
ter the victory Admrral lionet wltndrew
hi fleet to H-iiioi to await reinforcement,
leavb.g .tOO mm to hold the captured
THE ClNTOV RIOT.
London, Sept. 14. The Standad'
Hnne-Koo? special (rive additional detail
of the liotinc at Canton on Monday lat.
The riot be-an at 8 o'clock in the morn
inc, u previously stated. The trouble wa
caused by acjuarreied betweenisome Chinese
and Portugese watchmen on the quay. Du
ring the latter part of the riut some
of the merchant armed Ibem
tarte to defend their properly.
The party consisted of nine Germnna and
three Knclishrnen. They fired into the
tnob, killing five Chinese and wounding
many more, The arrival of the Cntnete
troops finally checked the mob. Now two
British, one French and five Chinese gun
boat are moored in the river abreast the
foreign settlement. The Chinese have post
ed piacard on the walls of the city ap
plauding the action of the populace and
calling upon tbem to kill Europeans at the
next opportunity which prese.nl itself. The
UtTerent consul it Cauton admit the situ
ation very serious and the future of the
European colony is gloomy in the extreme;
almost to an ojien war between the native
and foreign element, and it will be
necessary to have men-of-war in
the harbor for a long lime
to come a mca-srjre of protection.
Toe bouse burned by the mob Include ten
English, one. American, two German and one
French. The consuls have forwarded to tb
viceroy an identical note, holding hiui an
swerable for tbedeM ruction of propertv.be
ean he failed to promptly send troop
when advied of the disorder, Three
Chinamen, who were caught in the act of
plundering property, and a Portuguese,
who was the immediate catise of the out
break, are now impt iso ud at the British
Paris, Sept. 14. The SMr profee to
cive the following as the head of the pro
posals by Marquis Tseng, ' Cliincse Am
bassadar, to Challomel Lacour. "That
France shall erase sending reinforcement
to Tonquin. That China will recognize the
treaty of Hue, but will retain the right to
the investiture of the Anamee sovereign.
Tha the French Protectorate shall be un
der Chinese control and tinder direction of
the military mandarin. That China shall
be reimbursed for all expenses Incurred is
the rcpresiion of the Black Flags."
NOT fSTII. OCTfiUKR.
Paris, Sept. 14. It I announced that
the government has at present no Intention
tojeouvene the Chamber of Deputies befori
the 23 of October.
Ottawa, Sept. 14. The Prince l.ouis.
ha douated a picture of bor own palntlsK
to the Dominion Gallery a a memento of
her residence in Canada. The picture I
five feet lit length, and I al present on ex
hibition in Boston.
Xkw York, Sept. 14. Great Interest i
manifested in Wall street in the report that
Mr. Jay Gould has obtained control of tb
Louisville and Nashville. That be ha pur
chased a large block of the stock is consid
ered certain; that, lie has hong at the heavy
interest iu the road held by Mr. Q. F. Wil
liam ia tlioucht to be likely, and; that be
is to enter the Uourd of Directors with
Hhs.cII snire at the next meeting Is freely d
ml lid by Mr. Gould'nepiesentatives. TL
i el ion of , Mi-. Itt hi v in , president of the
U.uiNvlWe ana Nashville, a a director ol the
Wstrn 1'nlon, is regarded confirmatory of
Hi. Gould' proposed eutrance into the dl
rTory of Inn road.
Awnrl( Hit kwttt Prlie.
fcwCHKSTicR, N. Y., Apt, 14. The See
k,y parent perpetual hay press, mantuae
hired by the Whitman Agricultural compsaf
of St. Lout was again awarded the Ant
prize, grand gold medal, by the New York
State Agricultural Society to-day over tb
Dcdertek and other presse. Mr. Whitman
wa present during the trial. Thlt li the
fourth successive flrat prize from tbl
A HleawtirtM lr HolmnM.
FTr York, Sept 14, J, M. Glover, of
Laran(e, Mo., write a leng letter to the
$ua Monlng Jlolman' candHacv for the
PreitdMMsy, a advocated by that paper. It
UueutavlMfc) affair, based on Ulovor'i
four ftmn' re' tu C01 It to en
InauerliiiK llll Musi, I
Rkauinu, Pa., sept. 14. -A party of
railroud i illciuls, composed of rept-exeula-lives
of the New York Central, Philadel
phia A Heading, Jersey Shore, Pine Creek
,t Buffalo uiid Iluach Creek lines, will ar
rive here lo-inoriow. Among the excur
sionist are Wm, II. Vandeibllt, Cornelius
Vaiuletliili, (icn, Simon Cameron, II.
Mc.K. Twonilily, S. I'.artrain. C. J. I.ui
ilon, lieorge ,J. Mug (, A. Latbrnp, Win.
'I urnbiill, Kilward Kllis, Foster Dewey, A.
V. Duffy, ,1. U. Hutur, C. M. Depew, K.
(towen, A. II. Uurton, A. Hardt, W. S.
Waring. John W. Uailey, Waller Slier
wood, Win, Unwell, dr., J. Iluirl-:iid A.
S. Stallioff. They came to inspect the line
and I bo coal fields of the f'hila ieipbia ,t
lteadin. company. Wm. II. Vanderhilt
made bin first trip over the Pme Creek route
rtiel for (iuversiir ot Ml.t.tiirl.
ST. Lot is, Mo., Sepi. 14. Hon. W.
H. Highier, represent itive of Riyiiy
county, Mo., arrived last evening from a
trip through the sotitliwest portion of the
1 1 ale,. Speaking of the gubernatorial
nominal ion be said:
Tim old War Horse is tho favorite
everywhere. Southeast Missouri will sup
pot thiin. Pbelpi for governor and Cox.
of Ste. (iauevlevn for auditor, will go
l".; ! In hand tbroiifhoii' the tate. ' '
Vhat are .Turtle Phillips' chances?"
"Being endorsed by the present ad
ministration, be has no show whatever.
In K)ste. Vernon and Barton, Phelp ir
Mai madiike is the question, but the former
is tne favorite. "
Oil Tank Rnrneil.
Mll.WAt'KEE, Sept. 14. Twenty thou
sand oil barrel and the cooper shop and
adjacent sheds of the Standard Oil com
pany burned last night, six mile north of
tnls city, several car of the St. Paul
company's ami many of the Northwestern
company' cure standing on the side track
were also burned. I.o-s about $40,000; no
Insurance. The lire is supposidjlo have
been incendiary. The pipe leading to the
big 'auks were cut by a watchman, co the.
fire tlid not spread to tbcm at all.
Abre and Waler-I.ocared.
Portsmouth. N. C. Sept. 14. The
schooner Kate Carlnnion, from Car linas.
West Indies, to Itock port, Me., in ballast
tons, A. It. Pierce, master, is ashore
anil water-logged on the north side of
Ocracoke inlet. The crew of seven men
wa rescued. The veel can probably be
4 ornered by Wheat.
Sr. Lnt'is, Sept. 14 F. A. Reuss v. Co.
have made an assignment for the benefit of
creditors, George Lang being the assignee.
The assets are valued at $27,000, and in
clude a flour mill at Belleville. It is gener
ally supposed tbat they were ovettaken by
the shriukage in wheat,
Bton, Mass., Sept. 14.-P.ev. Mark
Hopkln, for more than thirty years presi
dent of the American Board of Foreign
Mission, will, at ibe annual meeiin1,' al
Detroit, decline re-election.
JellerA.n Utonnmrtit Aa.fsrlallon.
Hohvion, Mas.. Sept. 14. A M issa
chiiseUs branch of the Jefferson National
Monument A.soclatioii was formed yester
day with Jfcibert C. Winthrop as president.
ItoktM-d a i'aro ilnnk.
Dktroit, Mich., Sept. 14. Fil.gerald
A- Wilson's faro bant of this clly was rob
bed this niornim: of ,t4.0oO. The burglar
blew open :he safe.
WHAT Tilt EDIIOKM SiY.
Opinion of the Leading Journalist of tho
New York. Sept. II. The world say:
"In advocating the establishment af In
du -trial schools by the state, and not by
the Federal government, and in showing
how a protective tariff hurdeireil the
laborers of the South. Mr. John C. Cal
houn may not have helped Senator Blaine',
purposes very nitlch, but he has vindicated,
after veal's of protective experience anil
observation, what at one time were calle
ibe 'peculiar doctrines' of his faiunui
grandfather and namesake, lhek great
champion of slate' lights, against the
aggressions of Fe deral centralization. "
TheSunsavs: "lithe Deninctais are
resolved to identify themselves with
great whiskey speculation, and to
their share of the millions of money
are involved In it, there is one short
decisive way of making it known,
them vote against Samuel J. Kandall
e.nilidale for Sneaker. Thai will sett!
!mlnc-s in favor of the whisker men It
The T itnes, speaking of the c doreil vote,
savs: "What the Republican policy slioul
be with reference to these voters II Is noi
difficult lo decide. They should be treatei
precisely as any other consid
erable body of voters am lo b
ir,,,le,, wlib Ibis single difference,
that, tticy d 'pend more upon leadership
than any other class, and as their leaden
will naturally tie to a great extent the Fed
eral office-holders, who are to them the
representatives of tho Republican party,
thec office-holders, so Ion:.' as the party I
in power, should be men of tlm brsi char
The Herald says: "The failure of the re
lief vessel lo reach Lntly Franklin bay does
not necessarily Imply disaster lo the tiree.
ley parly. Supplies were stored In 11
within a hundred and forty miles of the
station, and others were placed last year al
a point which Lieu:. Greeley knew on lit
be Used for thai purpose. If rltln !' ol
Ihese k.is been leached and found ii lael
the parly will mil starve even If Ihey do mil
find much game and fish. There are boa'
nd sledges al. the station, and I here l no
reason why iven may not have been scni In
the soui hwiifd by laud or water, or bolb,
In search of relief, or why the station may
not have been abandnndcil as, according lo
other, It, should have been a forulght u;n
at Hie latest , "
The Tribune says of the political situation
iu New York: "Tim Democrats re wd
coino to their hope and their boasts. The
only question which Republicans Hud It nec
essary to consider I whether Ihey can tinm
Inaic a candidate who ca,n poll Iheir full
vote In tbl state. If they can,
they will varry the slate, whether It he
till year ornextyer. against Democrat
nulled or Demount' dlvidod. U tho Dcm
crats please to Ulsagreo o that the work of
tho Republican shall be easier and the re
ault morn certain, very well, but thoy urd.
not expect a majortty In the ita, wJnst a
full Republican vote, even If they concen
I rat a upon one candidate every New Yorker
who bat ever cal led himself a Duinourat.
A full and tinllnd ReyubHuan vote immn a
Democratic do feat. MtttWir lae Democrat
- an n r- "
The Mree r Relief Nblat.
Wi.siiiNiiToN, Sept, 14. The ship,
wreck of the Proteus, which wa nl
to the Polar Sea, under command ol
Lieut, (iiilington, with supplie for the
Greeley exploring party, causes great dis
ai pcniiuiieiit here. The liveliest fear are
felt for Lieut. Greeley and hi men. The
Pro'.etis and the Yanlie sailed from s"t.
Johns, N. F., onthe2!)lhof June, with
supplies of food, clothing, etc, which
they were lo cache at different aut'ons to
aw ait the coming of
I II K ORKEI.EV tartv. .
The Proteus arrived at God Haven Hay,
Di-co l-l.ind, on July ti, and the Yanlie on
July 12. The I'roteiis arrived at Ory Island
on July 10 and sailed July 'i'i. Two day
later, while trying to force her way through
to clear water, the Proteu wa caught be
tween two immense ice floes, and her tnut
walls were crushed in. All band iin
uieili iiely set to work throwing the cloth
in,', provisions and other store out of
1 II K tmoMKP SHIP
on to the lee. Most of the cargo tbu un
loaded fell Into the water and wa lost, but
enough was saved to make the crew com
fortable on tbeir trip southward, beside
making a cache tor the Greeley party,
which it seeta will now be com
pelled lo make 'i own way southward.
L ' I n'.i .,. i be n ivv,
a r-.i i rt m'A I S
fiotn the wreck and several trips were made
to the snore carrying cloihing and provis
ions which were placed In a cache. The
spot wa marked o it could readily be
found by a party from Fort Conger. Th
final in ice lifted in to rapidly around tho
sinking ship tnat the last trip lo the shorn
ws, made with great difficulty, and the
boats narrowly escaped being crushed.
Having done their best to provide for the
Greeley explorers ttiehip wrecked en w set
out on the afternoon of July 25. for Pando
ra Harbor where they arrived after
A IERKJBI.K KZI'KKIBNCK
of thirty-six hours amid the io l'n aking
they in i l' lit find the Yaiitic or Swedish
steamer Sophia at Cape York the tu ariners
pushed on for that point. After a terrible
trip of lilteeu days Cape York wa reached,
but there was no sign uf any vessel there,
so the weary voyagers, on August lfi, re
sumed their southward Journey, Upper
Navick being the objective point. They ar
rived at Upper Navick on August 24, and
there the shipwrecked men were taken up
by the Yantic and brought to St. John's. "
The great misfortune of this distrou
expedition was the failure of the Porteus
to land stores on Littleton' Island, where
the Greeley party will expect to find thrm.
It is said that Greeley' men have supplie
to last them until spring, and they may be
SEND BACK St EDGES FOR 8U FN. I K.fl
left along their route when tbey find tbat
the regul ar programme for their relief has
failed. No effort will be spared to provide
for their wants. There i some talk of
sending a sledging party overland to meet
NO CLUB FOUND.
" London, Sept. 14. The whaling ship
Adams, which has Just returned from the
Arctic sea. brink's information that while
on her cruise she made every effott to dis
cover the whereabout of tbeGrceley party.
M trchUon anil Whale and sounds, and
Carey 1-lands were visited, and the F.s-(ui-iiiaux
were closely questioned at every
point in hope of eliciting information of the
explorer., but no clue was found.
ibeTarlil Y.uiltevs. the Amlaofe
New York. Sepi. 14. On her usual
trip up the Hudson Wednesday the Atalan
ta encountered tho Yosemile with Mr. Til
den and hi party on board. Great rivalry
lias for some time been exuding between
these two yachts, and a race was beeun In
good earnest. For several miles the racewsj
even, but by degrees the Yonemite forged
ahead, and when she dropped her anchot
off Gieystone the Atalanta was several
lengths In-hind. One of the engineers o
of the Voemite, in conversation with a re
porter : ' -iei-l.o , said that the boiler of th
Yoseniitc wi r,- tested at 120 pound, and
during the iaee strain was allowed to rise to
i 110 pounds. Mr. Tilden enjoyed the ex
I citcineiit of the race, but was not aware of
the risk he was running. Mr. Gould, on
the other hand, ivill uot allow a stia nol
more i .an seventy pound on the boiler ol
the Atalanta, although they are tested for
The l.anartry la Parte.
Paris, Sept. M. Paris in general and
the Champs Klyseee In particular are en
livened by the advent of Mr. Langtry,
w hom the Figaro ha somewhat llloglcally
christened "the American Sarah Bern
hardt," and adds: "Through the ni?diuni
of Messrs. John Arthur A Co., the house
aceuts, Mrs. Iingtry has engaged for i
mouth a charming suit of apartment In the
Rue de Bassano. Sbo has brought her
horses ami carriages from England with
her, ami has come to Paris for rest and for
drcsse. She proposes visiting each and
every Paris theater In turn, and Is deter
mined tint to let the grass grow tinder her
feet. She is here to study and observe, but
not to criticise, Ills believed she Is about
lo conililn her histrionic talent to the tuto
luge of Got .tCoquelin, Just as she has al
ready Inn listed her personal charms lo the
guidance of Worth."
New IUvkn, Sept. 14. Isaac French, un
old resident of Falls Village, was awak
ened al midnight by a noise. He arose, and
seeing no one went to close a wood-house
door, lie passed on hi way through a
back kitchen, where lie was attacked by
man, struck on the back of the head and
felled, when he was struck again three oi
f lie limes about the head and face. His
w ife, beiii lug the noise, camu In time to sec
hi. assailant standing over and striking
linn. Ilrr cries attracted hi attention and
be burled a slung-shot at her, which made
a terrible wound In her check. Tho man
ihen escaped. Mr. French Is sixty-eight
years old, and little hope I entertained nl
ids recovery. On Tuesday Ulram Bishop,
a dissolute character living In tho place, was
aric'.ted mid taken before a Jusllcn. Mr.
Frcm-li recognicd Itlshop as the assailant.
Illshop lias been bound over Vuder L.OOO
an l Allow Mad ilia Privilege.
FlfMioNd, L. I., Sept. U. The au
thorities regard the request of Richard
Hill, the representative of Slade, the
Maori, to tie allowed to uo the Town Hall
for it boxing exhibition and variety enter
tainment, as a piece of sublime Impudence.
They say that not a tingle trustee could
ever a,?aln be elected to office wero tho re
quest granted. The town trustee havo
Indignantly refused to accept the offer and
will go to New York when tbey want to see
taltnre if aat Old Mrra.
Poktuixd, Mm., Sept. 14."Tbn old
firm of Storer Bros. A Co., later Surer,
Bolster k Co.. ha faile4. liabilities un
A Waoeaa liana: ed.
Richmond, Va., Sept. 14.- Barbara
Miller, colored, was hanged here to-day for
complicity in the murder of her husband in
February last. Cbas. Henry Lee, her ac
complice, was hanged the ad ot last month.
She died from strangulation. Several
thousand peraon were in the vicinity of tha
The execution took place In the Jail yard,
only about 100 perswn having witnessed it,
though many hundred bad applied for per
mission to witness the novel spectacle ot
hanging a woman. The trap was sprung at
12:12. Henry Lee, her accomplice, planned
the murder but failed te execute it when
the time came, and the woman took an axe
from him and brained Miller while asleep,
Lee tben carried the body to the railroad,
where several train paused over and man
gled the corpse in a horrible manner. It
wa thought the victim was asleep on the
track and then run over, and the railroad
company paid the expense of the funeiai,
but auhsef icnllv suspicion were aroused,
and the two culprits were arrested and con
fessed their guilt.
The Feuuey 'vanla Legislator.
IUltRtsnuRU, Pa., Sepi 14. A soou
as the Jouanal was read in the Senate
to-day the Republicans, In order to carry
nut the action of the caucus to meet only
Tuesday and Friday, mover! to adjourn.
Carried. There was some little diacussion
prior to the motion on the corre-itien of the
Journal, and the same bail feeling which
prevailed yesterday showed itself again.
The House having nothing before it, ad
Joiirned shortly after meeting.
After the (Janabler.
Kansas City, Sept. 14. The police
have begun a rrusade against the gambler
here, and last night, in pursuance to a
notice given them by the authorities, all the
gambling rooms, as far as known, were
closed. Chief Speer stales that since the
games in West Kansas have been closed
there has been an influx of confidence-men
here, and the authorities arc determined to
suppress the gambling evil.
A tj.T.,000 Robbery.
Indianapolis, Ind.,Sept. 14. A money
package containing V, 000, from Indianapo
lis, destined for Frankfort, Ind., was taken
from the United Sutcs Kxpresa company's
safe al Muncie, Monday night last. De
tectives are searching for a clew to the rot
A siblp-Bnllder Dtaappeared.
Dkiroit. Mich., Sept. 14. .Joan Jones,
a prominent and wealthy ship-builder of
Amherstburg, Ontario, at tho mouth of the
Detroit river, has disappeared. He baa
seemed to be mentally unbalanced of late.
Ills feared that he is drowned.
A Burned fctrainer.
C HA I'M avi , Sept. 14. The loss hy the
burning of the steamer Queen Victoria yes
terday is tl.j.OOO. The crew barely ecaped
with tbeir lives, several firemen being se
l OMU VSKII TE LKUKAMH.
Two bat factories burned at Brooklyn,
N. Y., yesterday morning. Loss, $Si,
For distributing obscene literature a
representative of Fox's Police Gazette was
fined $1,000 in a Georgia court yesterday.
Dan Kerwiu, vice-president of the St.
Louis Hoard of Police Commissioners, sent
his resignation to Gov. Crittenden yester
day, and it was promptly acceptodj
At Hazelton. Pa., yesterday the etw
slabiilary was called out touppress a par
ty of rioting miners. A woman and a little
girl were instantly killed by stray bullet,
and several men were seriouily wounded.
Dwyer Brothers will send their horsra,
Miss W'owlfurd, Barnes and Waa
dering to Louisville to run
for the Lollilard Stallion stake, worth about
$20. The object, it is said, Is to get first
and second money.
NEPTKMKKR 14, 1883.
CATrLK-Reeelpt 6.000; firm; ex
ports $, Mdfafti 30; choice to food ship
ping I O'er1 l."c higher, $0 80ta SO; common to
fair ;i00to."i; butchers $2 3Mt
4 00; Texansfcl 70oi4 S3.
HOGS-Rcceipl 9,0(10; active on ship
ping account; packing dninir freely; arm
at lOittlM higher; light $S (Wtfo 80; rouca
packing te TOi") 00; heavy packing aad
shipping $Ti Ofxcfft 40,
CATTLK Exporters $3 Vtl 14; rood
to heavy do $T o0ir.' 75; ItgM to fair $4 00it
t 7o; common to medium $4 4i rt4 40; fair
lo good Colorado $4 iWfaXi 10; southwest $3 Vt
i4S.'i; grass Texan Y(v, iO; light to
;ooil stockcrs fcliVW! 75; fair to good feed
)rs tl 7."iW4 2!; common to choice native
sows ami heifers $2 'J.Y44 00; iullawags of
tny kind $2 00.n2 40.
SI1F.F.P- Quotations unchanged. We
tiote common to medium $2 5Uto:l 25; fair
ft good ls'l iV)fn),l 75; prime 3 OOidH 60;
fair to good Texan $2 7.Va J 05, lamb
$,'( 60rD4 50.
Wl IK. AT-Lower 'at 0S' October;
DGVaHn1 November;$l 01 December;
C'oliN -Lower; 50l October; 4SSr48
year; 60 May,
OATS Lower; 2T.'t27V year; 51
WHKAT Lower; closing at $1D,T Sep
leiniicr; fMl'i October; $1 04't, Novem
ber; $1 07 S December: $1 01 year.
CORN'-Lower; 47' September:
47b. October; 44V November; 42 -V
year: 4Hl. May.
OATS Lower; 25 V b. September,
26 V October; 2i', b. November;
25 i year; ItOH b. May.
WHKAT-September $1 12V; Oc
tober $1 14Sb,; November $1 ltl;
December $1 1HS .
CORN September 62; October 63V;
November H2S ; December 61V b.
DATS No quotation.
i'oiintrv I rod uc.
IIL'TTEIt-Cholcc to fancy dairy WrtfJl.pJ
Cti medium; fair to good lUa'12, common
eVrflO. Good to choice near-by In palls UVa
12; common Vi$. Sales: i) tub fancy
creamery al 2(1; ti fair dairy nt 14.
POULTRY Steady aud unchanged;
offerings Inadequate; demand fair.
Wsquoio: Spring chicken. Fancy large?
$2 2.V2 AO, choice $i2 10; fair to good
lied $1 60'f 1 75; small and cruhhv$lotl 25.
Old chicken Cock $2 28 Wi 50, mixed
(cock and hens) $2 75r'l 00 ; fbolce to
fancy hens $.1 2504:) AO; Spring ducks $250
3 on and young turkey lie V tb.
KG OS-To-day receipts 3ft) yks. Higher,
crce. Cboloo mark old at 17V(WIHc,
III MIS-Actlye and strong at an idance
of ft to 15o on all grades. Yorker telling
freely at $5 COutt 10; with $5 15 bid for
ttrlctly eheloe, rwngsr mixed packing $4 W