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St. Louis and Chicago.
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o DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
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ball, I.o.tvt;iJ. lHil.il(W'i' ud points butt.
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camed by Hutidav intervening The 11 ' rf ' sfW!r'
loon train from Cairo arrive. In new '.'k Mnnr.av
nornlug at 1:. Thirty :i hour. in alvauceof
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IWKor through tlr.eta and further ii.fruitliiii,
ai.DiTal Illinois Cuual Kr.r.al l).-pol,( alro.
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"CITY GUX STORE"
OlilfHt ill the city; established in 1!1G2.
Cuin'l Ave , between '.'Hi and lot li M.
MASL'KAl'TL'KEK A DRALEH IS Al.l. KIM'S
SH OT-G UNS,
Ammuiil'.lcm of all ifrr'ii'l'in nlwuv. mi haud l
IIOTTOM i'Kli KS.
(li-ncral ri'pnirlnu In all klinl" f nn'iuU. key
nfall (li'Hrlitinii. madu lo order, iiml ii'ir lli)n
warranted. Ulve mu a rail, mill lc cuiiviiiri'd fur
Tourtolf.at tho a rii of Hie "HHi til'.V"
JOHN A. KOKIIIiini,
Sl lim I'rnlirli'lor, Culm. 111.
Shop on Ilallliluy Atcnne, hclwn t'niirll) and
Hlxlta tJtr ctn, Cairo, Illinnla.
lirAII kind nl Hclil and heavy lilackumllhlnfi,
tnjnn and carrlaijd work donn tnth mit.i work
manllkn maiiimr. IlitrB hoi!liiR a apnciAlly and
JJ"KW YORK STORE,
WflOLEBALB AND RK'PAIL.
Tle Largest Variety Stocli
W TJfK Cl'l'Y.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1KW & CO.,
mi 11 I main ciTrarita t niniTi.,7." .T.",,. .
C II OLE II A!
'I'lio most iowrluI Antiunptio
WILL PKRVENT THK CHOLERA.
The moHt powerful An
t!epiic airent which
chciiildtry liaa produced.
I' ti.e elitur Inter
nally or externally r'B
diTH all It come In run
tact wl'li, pure, awect
and clean, r-lhe produc
tion of ilmeaae-iterra.
ceaiiua and thu patii nt
When u.ed on Ulcer.,
Scald., llurna, Eruptions
and Horn It atopa all
I'am, iweeten. the part,
and promote! the rapid
formation of b u al l hy
It In a fHd uHtiliiinhi-d
iiy .Science rhul many
dn-i-ai' arr Inlrodu'cd
y pntrillialli.u, wlilth
reprodncta itKulf arid
proiO((Ktc the iliHcaci;
in ever wldenlrii; clrcka.
Thee dlaeavea ivnntir
ato cuntaKlou ami till the
air wlih death. Sue!, 1.
that dread Terror.
whlrh la now devH.tMt
un the Kaal and nd
vmulni; on lt iuikkiih,
of ileaib rnpldly touurd.
our ahorea. Other di
fane, of tho onuie .ort
are Uiphiheia. Typli
old Kevur. Si ,rlet Kever,
Stna I I'oi, M ciili..
Vellow Kever. Kry.ip
elu., etc.. All Itie.e gen
erate ciiiiUi'ioii. Other
rlinea.ta 1 ever and
It purl fl.K
I'. i'.io.iirc in a .M k
room. Cedar, Cln.i l or
Stnlile pUrifleB the At-
tmi.pheru and drive,
away the i;erni of dm
eu.e and death .
Au'i , Ma nriai J'Vr.r
Taken Internally it
i . nn.e from
conta' ! I"""'1''" "in htoiiiaeh.
Bioti whu:h riirne. nl
dampne.f. utihealihy .11
iiation. or iiricleaMici'..
. i . ti K ii kiim; n ii u
healthy vipir It i. h'i
thai It cur indluepii'in
When iiKd a. a Lotion
it dc.'roy. all Fretsle
aud li ou h producing
licrm. leaviui: tho .kin
clear, white and truna
pi.rent a. that of a little
Al! flee Dl.ea.f . can
he cured only Iiy iop
pint; tbe productloii of
lneae Oerm. and de
.trouiii; thoe alrenly
produced. Both them
re. til', are aocompli.lw d
hy the u.e of I'jof
Darhy . pr-narat .on of
lloracic Add and Chlo
rine, known a
DA II MVS
It r.inli rn all II
coinf. in roil-
I net with I'tire
Spare d( I rot permit u. to name of the uhi;. to
whub tin. creht tierni'de.trover la app halile.
Aak your DniL'k'iat. for printed inaticr du.cnpiive
of It. iicefiilne"., or addre..
J. 11. ZEIMX C'() ,
Manufacturiiia Ch. ml.ta, I'll I LAOBLI'H I .
.'lOcerm per leittic I'mt 'Iq'l'-'j J
J.tDI(iK H. LKACH, M.I).
PIIYSICTAX k SURGEON.
hpecial atteulion paid to the Homeopaihlc treat
ment of .uru'.cal diaen.ea, and di.ca.cj of women
and rhl dren.
oFHt'E-On llih treet. opposite the I'ot
office. Cairo, 111.
12'J Ctiiuniercial Ave, Cairo, 111.
VAI'OIC ELEl'THO-VAI'OK .so MEDIC AT K I)
A lady in ntcndnnre.
W. C. JOCb'LYN,
r i : NT1S T .
tJl'KH K-Kuhth htr.et ne..r Cnmi- erc:a! ti ue
It. K W. WHITLOCK,
Omri-No. 136 Commercial Avenne. b'jtWfcrj
trh''i ar.d Nu.th Kt.r.
I.VT KA NCR.
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5 -i r.
Mniifctnrur and Dealer In
tilh Slreui, liulween Cotn'l Avn. uiid Leveci,
CIIOKK IIOKINO A SPECIALTY
AM. KNI)S Ob" AMDMTION.
Safe. IMsalrml, All Klnd.ol Keva Mmi,
Cuiro A St. Louis Packet.
Tlis palnllat Aticlior Lino itcamrr
Will triatp Cairo vnrjr Rut nrdav and Tueaday ven
Ing at o'clock, Riving Cairo a dally boat forHt,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY
The Gebhardt Boy Joins Hit Lily in
"Two Souls With But a Single Thought,
Two Hearts That Eeat As One."
Studying for the Stage Political
Points - Attacking an Editor Hewi
t rddl atad the Lily la Part.
Pakh, Sept. -Tlie American oi
Knglish re.lilent.s at the French capital take
the h;imii lau'iiiil .oil of intrnt in Mr.
Lily I.inigtry and Iit wealth''- Npv? York
nilinirer a iIip nrwanpi r readen on the
iijip.mitc i . I e of the ocean. Through the
industry of tho w i 1 1 awko correpoudenti
of tin- ii(!w.p;iper thu doings of Mia. Laos
try, tip totii.; tiim: of her departure from tbo
I.'nitpd Sutp, wei( niido known here, and
i that tune it was annonnred by cablet that
Mr. (iel)h(trdt hail not tailed, on the i;ira
ship with the lady to whom his attention had
been o marked, and moreover that the
L'enilennn had aitnoum:i'd hia determiaa
tion TO ItltVf AIN IS AMK KICA
during the temporary aWm: of the Jersey
I. iiy from 'hat hospitable land. But there
were many persona here and in London who
fully expected that Mr. CiebharUt would
tin n up ud jenly in the wake of the Lily,
and .onie urprii' was cxpreased that no
tiding were heard of him during Mr,
Iaugtry's .1 ty iu Kngland, or while the
wan making her professional tocr of Scot
land. The other day Mm. Landry arrived at
lli: French capital, along with her retinue,
with the luu-ntion of perfeiuing herself la
the ilr:itnatic art under the
guidance of the veteran profe-i-or
of acting, M. Regnier. Her retinue
was smaller when ft he fimt came than it was
during her American tour, hut tt ha at
length been increased to its normal aize by
the appearance of
1 H B DEV0TK1) MR. PRCDFRICK GSB
HAKDT, who has suddenly, hut, aa Intimated
aliove, not unexpectedly arrived in Paris.
Whether he, too, intends to study for the
stajre under Mr. Regoier is not yet known,
but the newspaper writers have already be
gun to evince great In'ufre.,; in the English
beauty and the millionaire American, and
it is likely that young Mr. Gebhardt will
succeed in his evident attempt io acquire an
Couldn't M-nre Htm.
KLooMi.virrn.n, Sept. 15. This morn
ins a very exettin; episode occurred In the
i Mice of the IHily Evening Leader, in
which Hon. John H. Oherry, editor of Uie
Bulletin, and a prominent Democratic
po iliciun of the slate, appeared on 4 th
scene with a loaded mx-shooter. Oberly,
since his terrible defea' in lite race for the
office of Secretary of state, haa a new.horn
atnbition after nffl.jc, and if beginning to
lootii up as a Ivnmerstic candidate for
governor. He has besn for weeks waylay
ing the rural newspaper publUbvr for the
purpoc of an Olrly boom. The Leader
last evening contained a abort notice, whloh
poke of Otwrly a a defunct Demo
cractlc politician and a failure as a
sucissful JourinllHt. Thts, it aeems, so
stirred up the tmwt lntn.se wrath in the
bom m of the honorable-John thai he armed
himelf with a revolrer, and about 9:30
o'clock this morning entered the office of
the Leader, and threatened to irhoot Mr.
('. M. Leek, a well-known Journalist of
Central Illinois. Leek exhibited consider
able courage and seamed rvady to defend
himself, thus succeeding in quieting Ober
lv. and be left in a short time after with
out a single shot being tired. BThe affair
created coiuiderable excitement in the
city owing to the prominence of both par
lies. byu l.orrl ('Inrhls.
I'lnsKiKiii, Sept. 16. "I don't often
refer Io pn.vihing biblical," id Baron Col
eridge as be stepped off from his car at the
depot yesterday afternoon, "but it seems
as if I had seen a hundred representation!
of the burning bush between here and Dal
Ion." Tlie sky bad lecn clnody, but with an oc
casional sunburst that fitfully lighted the
sides of (Jrey Lock and the 'i'aeontes,
"No," be said, "I am satisfied that En
C -itm lias nothing more pleadingly pic
Uiiesiiie than Berkshire."
K. T. Sliepard of Leunox, a ion-ln-law
of V. II. Vandeihilt, enu-rtained the party
at his bouse, which is tilled with guest.
W. H. Yandetbilt nrrivee U-niorrow at
Mr. Shepard's, w here his wife anil youngest
son have been for a week.
A Bnt Wirok.
Wii.MMASTic, Conn., Sept. U,-The
fourth section of a freight bound west on
the New York and New England, met the
first section of No. 16 freight bound east, a
mile frni here at UM.j this morning.
Roth engines and eleven cars of merchan
dise were wrecked. Frank Crnwoll. a
brakeinan, was hurt about the head. Dis
obedience of orderi was the came,. The
conductor of the wont-bound train has dis
appeared. The Nl. l.miK I ipoallluB.
Sr. Lul ls, Sept. There are eight
bidders, nil of St. Louie, for the basement
of the exposilion hall. The lenders hae
been opened, The coinmiltee will meet
Menday inerningal 10 o'clock at the office
tenee who lathe lowest bidder and award
the contract. Secretary Johnson ald tail
afternoon that the building would be
opened next September if an earthquake
didn't shake it down.
CHfCAOO, Sept. 15. The threatened
passenger rale war on the roads lo Louis
ville was begun this morning, when the
Pan Handle reduced rates to 0, s cut ol
1. The Louisville, New Albany and
Cbloaao will meet the cut, and the war
promises to be energetic.
Am IUcaJ lUdj.
Yakston, D. T., Sept. tt. Judge Ed
girton decides that the Capitol CommtsUei
is an Illegal be dy, anal Us erder osiats utea
Iroiu their poaitiens, wttttcoau apontaem.
Monsidnor Capw. saye If la a ran
XhlanJa tin I.I i '
MORNING. 8KPTEMBRR "
A RnswiMial I atL
Ciikkk TuwAtlu, N. Y., Sept. 15. Ia
the Mituitier of 1471 a stranger appeared at
the farm of Solon Bruce, near this place,
for work, His bull was cropped close and
his face was forbidding. He gvo his name
lo the fanner and told blra plainly that he
bad been discharged from Sit'ir Sing only a
ahnit time, whero he bad been serving a
sentence of two years for burglary. Msal4
tliiitlie was desirous of leading an hounut
life mid referred I he fanner to the prison
aiiihoiities. Mr. Krucit was Mtrti'rk with
the man's apparent true repentance, and
to d In in he illicit remain at the farm until
the prison authorities were heard from aud
tnul if their report was good, he would
be given work. Tho report was good,
and the man wos put to work "ie, faroa.
!!) remained in the service ol . Bruce
until la-t fall, having been during all that
A K A II MKt I. AND INlHttl KIUCH KM FLO YE.
II" went by the name of Wilson, and said
thai he had been brought up ax a pickpocket
ami tuief from childhood, Last fall he
made up his irund to go South. Nothing
fcas hi'ird from bim until a
few il:ivs aio, when Mr. Bruce
reeei, a -iter from liuii. He was in
Tex t-. Me said ill his letter ti.at, as
he mi etil nevei come this way again. If
Mr. Hiuee would make a search in his
ciuiiiiiey , ih.it he would rind several hun
dred (t"llii -" worth of Jewelry, which the
writer bad taken from people
in llie streets in years past,
snd which he cuuld not
restore, :is t he identity of the owners
could not he known. He told Mr. Bruce
lo dispone of it as lie (bought best. Tho
fanner searched in th'-ciimney and found
at leat I, DUO worth of gold rings, pins,
watches, and other valuable Jewclr) . Not
w i-liiin to h ive anything to do
WITH TIIK tfrOI.EN 1'ROPKRTY
be shipped It lo WiUun. What puzzles the
f inner i to know where and when bis late
einiiioyc otitaiued the jewelry, as it is not
like.v that he could have come from the
pit-on w.th it fdi his person. It looks as If
i In' tvfiinnej inicf had bees plying his for
iii' r trade during visits which he made oo-ci-.ionally
to Huffalo, Lockport, and other
neiirhboriii!: towns and cities while he was
working on the farm.
Washisijiun, s, pt. 15. When Congiesi
adjourned lat spring the Iowa Republi
cans went home believing that if Mr. Blaine
w.is not biuielf a candidate for I'riidenl
be would throw his influence in favor of
serutor Allison. Meanwhile Allison has
coi si l.'ie.l hi neif in training. He had for
f-fitm time studied his course in the Sen
,ite by not ciiniiiiitiing himself on danger
oii pi .lions. The mihtake of trotting
him out a year or more in advance it was
intended lo iflfoid, but the cold wayc which
p:i-ed over Iowa hist fall had a chilling
iff cl. and threatened to so benumb
senator Allison before the race that he
could not regain sufficient activity to enter
the strugU'il it all; nor is the danger
passed. Iowa as the Republic an Gibraltar
is not what she was. Allison's proportions
are comparatively diminished.
There is another cause of doubt with the
Republicans. Senator Allison has mounted
the Prohibition hobbv, which has sent con-
fiiinn into the raiks, and cleared off whole
masses of voters who bad stood firm. Al
lison, as a candidate, would invite the is
"It may be a good thing to do in Iowa,"
say Republicans, extending their gaze
over the fluid, "but it may give us trouble
precisely where we would least wish to sue
it." T e Republican, as such, is not the
I'lsiuibition party yet, tbey con
lend . When the time comes
for abandoning its old ground
for that of prohibition in the struggle for
President, Mr. Allison may be a good
enough candidate. Rut for his mistake In
mounting the prohibition hobbv," they
ctiiiiuie, "be might be a good enough
candidate, but the prohibition business
chances the questiou. ' '
Mr. Itlaine's late observation that the
Republican candidate would- Ik1 taken from
the West has this significance: It is highly
entertaining for Loir an.
New YoitK, Sept. lO.-Tbo funeral of
Hugh .). Hastings, late editor and proprie
tor of the Commercial Advertiser, took
place this morning from su Leo's church.
It as largely attended by many of the most
prominent citizens. The remains were
placed at the bead of the center aisle in front
of the aliiir, which was draped in black.
Finral offerings were abundant and rich
in design, many of He pieces being sent
hy the employes of the Commercial.
The church was by far too small to ac
commodate one-half of ihose who came
to p iy the last tribute ef respect to the dead
journalist. The attat-bes of the Commercial
were present in a body. A low requiem
mass was celebrated bv Fathers Ducev and
Tole, and the former delivered ;i brief but
impressive address eulogizing the memory
of the deceased. The tiall-beareri were
President Aitbur, Ruscoe c'oiikling, Hugh
.1. .lewett, ,Jay Gould, Samuel Sloan, Gen.
Kekert, Jenkins Van Schaiek, Wm. G.
Weed, of Albany; Is..ac W. Kuslnnd. J.
Nelson Tappan aud John lloey. The ie
mains wen; taken to Albany for Interment.
rolsouest by KftilnK Canard Beef.
PlTTSBCKH. Pa., Sept. 16. Richard
K row n and wife and four children while at
supper nte heartily of canned corned beef,
and about an hour Inter all were attacked
with violent pains in the stomach, accom
panied by vomiting. A physician was called
in, who pronounced the symptoms those of
poisoning. Wesley Brown, aged , crew
rapidly worse and died at II o'clock this
morning, The other member of the family
me still in a M'i'iiius condition, but it is
thought they will recover. The cornnoi' is
holding an inquest.
Crossed lu I.ove a tJli l Siulclilea.
Nkw mm. N-pt. li. A Russian girl,
Mary Lifsseluth, aged 111, died iu P.ellevue
hospital t midnight from poisoning, ,Mie
hud been in litis country iibnut two years
and was employed in su Last fs.de tailor
shop, M(e formed an ardent, attachment
for a young Russian whodid not reciprocate
her affections. Iu ' Hi of despondency she
soaked a quantity of matches lu wsifruud
drank the soluilou. At Hie lic-.pilal the
usual remedies Were applied, but failed.
.Inlned Hop Crs.
Rc il.AM), Vt., Sept. IS. A heavy rain
storm will spoil' many boxes of hops in
Otsego county. A huge quantity vt hops it
yi I to be picked. The greater part yet un
harvesled is. almost entirely worthless.
FlosU did grt damage.
Two Drowned and Oae Resraed.
ToKiSMOcra, N. H., Sept. 13. Frank
Foster, '21 yean old, anil Charles Piny, U
years old, were drowued last ulglit In the
r vcr bv Ihn upsetting of a bt. A mai
Jwha Kelly Nsveaka.
Nkw YmtK, Sent. 13. Mr, John Kelly,
i i a -perch before the Tamtnauy Hsll Cou
uiiitee on Orgaiilxalion, said the Irving
Hall l a I accepted Tammany Hall's pa
P"-ii 'it, for harmony in a friendly way.
The I unfciidW Cummittee had been ap
pointed ly Tammany Hall, with a sincere
desire for tho welfare of ftemoeracy, not
i ii i Ii is city and state, but of the na
tion. Mr. Kelly here said that the 8taU
I'Xl KKDKD ITS AUTHORITY
at Saratoga. The Syracuse Convention
r 'i'luiiiii' nded that there should be union
primaries iu New York to elect delegates U
luiui'c conventions. The convention rec
ommended and i . , oived that the State
i oiniiilttee should supervise the holding of
Hie primaries. In fact, that they should
i" held under their supctviswii and au-
T ils in "ant that the committee should
come to New York and have the prtmarlea
cotuiucted under their auspices and super-vi-ion.
I'lie state committee did not do this.
Tii" l ouuiil tee delegated Its authority, If It
had .my. to I he county Democracy. If It
ord rs were obeyed, Tammany Hall and Ir
Iiil' II ill would virtually have to disband
a- (ii'. ini iiions. They would have to sur
render to the county Democracy, which
unuld become the only Democratic org an 1
uinii Mi, Kelley then said that
i i v i h i v in hie nicMocKATic rarrr
in the pat hid led to defeat in the city,
i n.' ami natiou. The Democrats In the
riii.il districts of the stale were, dishearten
ed when there wss not a union ta New
Voik. In 181, there was a split ofthe
pirty here. The Republicans won
l ie big county orlices. The county
Democracy's candidate for surrogate and
tii'-ir ticket was third in the race. Tarn
m tny II. ill polled a much larger vote tbaa
the county Id mocracy. The latter organi
zation prided itself oh ils regularity. Reg
ularity stiould meau
I UK MAJORITY Or VOTES
iii Democracy. The faction poiliug the
laia-est vote sbouli1 be recognized as regu
lar by a Democratic convention. Mr. Kel
y alo vave it as his belief that taw citizens'
.n ty was being reorganized for the pur-P'l-e
isf joinui.' hands with tbe county
Demoiir.iey. It v. as decided that the call
lor the regular Tammany Hail primaries
should be issued ss heretofore by the dis
trict cointni ttee.
Wasiiixuton, Sept. 15. The report of
the Commissioners of Immigration ofthe
stale of New York show that .16.'?,. "74 imrat-li-
nits i,, nded at the port of New York from
An-iist;',. issj, to June .10. 1SR.1, inclusive.
I he laiL'fat n u in tier laaded in any one
mouth. iin.5n;;, was in May, lpxi, and tbo
smallest, 8.341, in Jauuary of the same
year. The duty Imposed on the board of
r"tiiriiiiig paupers and persons unable to
take c.u c of themselves to other ports has
I n carefully exercised, and a large num
ber of undesirable persons have been sent
sr. Louis. Sept. 15. Louis Ohs, wid
ower, aged ), died thia tnortiag at No.
ollT south Hrosdwa, where be sodged,by
n. inking uunseii. uc as a very intemper
ate nun, aud had beeu recently discharged
In (in i he brewery f tbe Aubeusir company,
mi account of his haliiu.
Mm WMI ass Mavsvtf.
FitKEi'uRr, L. I., Sept. 13. The ship
lmlipeiiti, which is 113 mcUrti long, was
moved about her length this morning at
hi.'h water by the Coattt Wrecking com
pany. There are good pros poet of getting
Jo.skimi IIatton, while preparing for the
;j'iss Mr. Irving's "Impression of Amer
ica," will aiso work upon a biaRrapby of
the act i.i', which he has in hand.
W II . 1 1 I II K EDIT4TM NAT.
Opinions of the Leading JournaJsaOs ofthe
Nkw Yokk, Sept. 15. The World says:
"It is again being demonstrated that Cin
cinnati is not large enough for more than
one largi newspaper. The editors of the
two leading journals are rending each other
with a vigor which betokens intense malice
and the indiffcreucj to dirt which comes
from protected wallowing. Unfortunately
there is no diumterestod Journalistic
"swivcller" in the town to visit th belig
erents 'wafted upou the pinions ef concord,
to undertake to remove with tbe rake ol
friendship, the sesds of mutual violence
and heartburning aad to sow in their place
the germs of social harmony."
The Triliunessys: "The new postal note
seems to be getting more scolding that II
deserves. The fact that Chlcsro banki
have refused to accept It does not neces
sarily end the matter. That is, to be sure,
a porti ntlous circumstance, seeing tbst It ii
Chicaso. Hut tbe sky has not fallen vet.
several suggestions have beeu made since
the appearance of the noUs, which will,
no doubt, guide the officials in nuking
future Issues. The paper should undoub
tedly be one ol thu special papers which
cannot be tnaulpulaied by counterfeiters
ami forgers. It seems also a .useless tax
upor the payer to require bim to sign his
name when the note is payable to bearer.'
Rut I Ik sr. are details w hich can
bn adjusted in future issues.
Querulous critics must not overlook th
nature of these small money orderi. Tbey
do not afford the same decree of security
as the regular inuney eiders, and it was
universally understood al the time they
were authori.ed that tbey would not do so.
They aje designed solely to facilitate the
truisiiiissioii of small sums, and a large
clan in the community wauld find then
useful even if all the banks should refuse
to lake them, which they do not do. Last
ly, when the gains of the forger or coun
terfeiter are limited to something less than
4 lilt on each order It seems sale to predict
that the amount nt fraud tinder this bead
will net bo grrat. "
The Times says: "Seoretaiy Folger'i
liberal allowance of 'sick leave' in his de
piriment appears to have bad a disastrous
effect upon the health Of the Treasury em
ploy. Thlrtydavaahseuiuayetr wlthoutlost
of par Is In Itself a pretty libersl allowance,
U.d the ruin of charging against It any oc
casional failures to appear for duty was a
salutary one. It will probably have to be
rallied. If only as a sanitary measure. "
The Herald says: Theojuealioa of Lieut.
Greeley 's ability to make good his retreat
by bout hingea mainly on the Ice conditions
of Kennedy Cbanaei aad Psalth Saund, be
tween August 3ft, aad the present Una . It
is qultt pcslblo thst tntMspaflod, when
tin- quantity of the summer r tfl ft If'fl J'..
... , dT- '
Hfiiilna tho Xrtioa.
ST. At, bass, Vt., Sept. 15.
Wheeler, of the United, stales court, ren
dereil his declsisn in the case of Retaad 0.
Hazard vs. the American Loan and Trust
Company, in an application for an Infrac
tion rest raining tbe latter from issuinff bonds
of the Consolidated Railroad Company of
Vermont in exchange fur stook, sf the Vsr
mont and Canada company, Wheeler de
nies Hie motion for injunction,
little WHIIauitoa Mat Harder.
Si. Lotus, ept. IS. Deputy Coroner
Peek giin an Inquest tWs afternoon
upon toe body of Kate Williamson, wha
was found dead yesterday meralng
in her room, and who was at fiat
supposed to have been beaten to death hy
Wm. Met uc Death was caused byes
gestion, superinduced by alcoholism.
Sr. Lou in, Mo., September 15
Nothing hvs occurred to break the suaV
nessof the Churchill case. Letters and
telegrams continue to come tn, but nova are
worth serious attention.
Bertha Smith's father thinks he Is par
suing the right course to bring his datura -ter
back to her homo by iai communicating
Cnllisloa la Vf.
Boston, Sept, is. The steamer Wm.
Harrison, from Hull to Boston, in a fag
ran into the steam collier Professar Horse,
from New York, this morning. The Har
rison wns cm to the water's edge, tbe
Morse, being an iron vessl, . receiving no
damage. Much excitement was caused
among the messengers.
Looking; far an Heir.
Nkw YmtK, Sept. 15. The ; peltce of
this city have been notified to lock for
Al-ratn S. Nesbiit, IB years old, a son of
I be president of tan Second National Bank
of K.iston, Pa., who ran away Ifimsi kauae
and is supposed to bave come here. lie hi
said to bo heir to MO, 000.
U'AsiiiMiio.N, jsepi. 15. -General ft.
J. Hunt., commanding tbe Department et
Soiiili, was placed upon tbe retired But of
the armv on Friday, having reached 61
vein s of age, He was instructed to tursw
his command to On. Hancock, whw wiH
take charge temporary.
Independent Laaor PrX-
New Yokk, Sept. IS. -The Indopendeat,
Labor Party have appointed a committee to
issiieacall for i national convention of
labor organizations, to be held at Phila
delphia, January 12, IS84. Jamen p.
Thompson h is been eh et-d a -de legate to
the lal.or convention al. Rochester.
An Adjanraed I.eciaUtnre. "''Ta
( oxruRD. N. H.. Sept. 15. The seswion
of the Legislature, which doses thts
morning, was the longest ever-bold in the
state. The members cacti receive W3 days
pay. h will require upwards of $400009
In settle '.heir per diem. Nearly 375 bilfc)
and joint resolutions were passed.
A Prominent Ylrfftalass NntrMea.
Foutkkss Monkok, Va.. Sept. IS.
Col. Robert M. .Mayo, of Westmoreland
eotimy, member of Congress, elect,
sliol liuiiseif this morning on board the
steamer Virginia, from Baltimore for Nor
London. Sept. 10. It is probable tto
police will board the steamer Athenian
til" ii her arrival at Soiiiham
O'Donnell. tn murderer of James Carey,
asnoie, arm unng him secretly toLoiKlon tn
order to avoid any public demonstration by
Paris. Sept. 13. Official dtspatobea
from Hanoi stato the numerical ateenirth nt
the Rlack Flags in the recent battle was
4,Wii. The Black Flag commander expect
ed a reinforcement from Sauiw Km ik.
French gunboats prevented their armmi.
SEPTEMBKlt 15, 18S.
CATTLE Ri'ceipts 25s90f; yvealw n
pons Vi Wri 0; chaiee to eooti siitp.
ping lOwloc hlL'her.IS SOfofi f: eaaaaum ,n
fair oDl 80; butchers il IBM
4 IK); TexansSl uOtM lia.
IIUGS-Rcciupts 8,000; slow on aaip
plt:g.ieeount; parking doing freely; arsa
at lOiei'ISn higher; light $4 90W5 Kr; reatgli
packing $4 (Wa4 fW; beavv packmg aad
hipping U 9r('" 30.
CATTLE Exporters SB 9Di 3; rswd
to heavy do $') BUfcMi 00; light to fair H 84
I 73; common to medium U tOitM tt; fair
io i;ood Colorado$4ii0 ol 10- sonthweaa4t 7i
diXr, grass Texans Si 33; light to
food slockers Vi m Tj; far U good fend
M's SI 7.'eai .'3; isiiiiinoii lo choice itatrre
;ows and heifers fc '.'3;i 08: scaJlawacs of
tnv kind Mai 40.
SHEKT-QuiKations unchaured. We
quote couimon to merlluin $3 dftaVI Sfc; fair
to good iii SOirtM 73; prime 3 NtoKat 2A;
fair lo irood Tex tns il 73rW BS. Iambi
VI OOfo't 50.
CIIKAIjO. ' '
WHEAT Lower at 9fr October;
17 l. November; W Decemrssr .
t DRN-Lower; 4rt Ocioher; 47
year; l! S Miv.
A i s -Lower; i!7 year; ,11 Mar.
ll;sOulothut not tuaienallv changed.
Demand mode rain and supply sniall; prlcas
sbmii steady ut 3 00 io fir Yorkers;
U M(d,, for rough to good ralxud heavht;
bu'cheis to extra $.1 Uias :'5: skins, ctHs
and etc., iiiai -JS.
W'HEAT-Lowcr; closing at 1 0,1V Sep
leintier; il Op; October; il O.lsi Nerent
ber; il n Decembe,': U 01 vear.
CORN Lower; 47 J. ' Seatsinher:
45', October; 43V November! 42
year; 44 'i Mav.
OATS-Lower; 'JflV h. Seatemher,
2.V, Octnlicvj -'Sn b. November;
2l'.ri'i year! ;S May.
, NKW YORK.
WHEAT September $1 11V; Oc
tolier $1 p.", b.j November t
December il 17 W.
CORN- Senteinher til S ; October 6'J :
Noveiniier li-j!,; December Bl b.
OA IS No qiiotations.
Can airy rradare.
sr. i.ot tn.
Hl'TTKR Choice to fancv dairy lHal,M
WIS medium; fair to good IkaTJ, coiouioiu
SialO, Good to choice near-by lu palls IWsj
1'.'; cninmoii 7mel. Sales: BO uibs faavy
uremnery at 2B; U fair dalrv al M.
POl'LTRY Steady and unchanged;
offerings Inadequate; demands light.
Ws quote: Spring chicken-Fancy rarro
$2 iVaiJ ,30. choice 10; fair to Ko4
sized 11 30(4 1 7J; sin ail samI serubbvtlnol .
Old :hlckens-Ccks$aiyM, mixed
tntek. and henl -1 sT"-:l V '