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ISrSOTB -Chani"! will bo puiiii.lied from
time to time tn city paper.. hai'iie vour ritrrt. a
cordlnKly. WM . M MU Kl'll Y. I. M .
"CITY GUN STORE"
Oldest iu the city; estiililislicd in 111(12.
Coin'l Ave , botwoen nth anil Idtli St.
MANUKACTUHEK 4 DKALEH IN ALL KINDS
Ammunition of all rloarrlpilon. itlwavn on tiatnl at
General repairing tn all kind, of ni-lnl. Key
fall description, made to order, mid .ilnritlon
warranted, (live, mo a call, and bo convinced for
foureolf, nt the Mil of the "1IKJ til'.N."
JOHN A. KOKIIIiKK.
tl-6m rroprletor, Cairn. 111.
Shop on Hallldny Arenno, hclween I' liirth and
Blxth aireota, alro, Illlnula,
tVAII klnda ol light tnd heavy blackuntllhliiu,
agon and carrlag work dans In the mo. t work
like manner. Horae-ihoelug t pecialty aud
taUIacllon (aaruteed .
C HO LEU A!
Tho most powwrlul Ant iHfptlo
WILL PR K VENT THE CIIOLKRA.
Tli moat powerful An
tlheptic agent which
chenil.iry ha. produced.
In u.o either Inter
nally or externally ren
der, all It cornea In con
tact wlili. pure, aweut
and clean, the produc
tion of dlHcaatj-Knrins
ccaaea anil the patient
When u.cd on Ulcer.,
Scald., liurn., Eruptions
and Sure, it .top. all
I'ain, aweeten. the fart,
and promoted the rapid
formation of b e a 1 1 li y
It If a fuel oHlj.ln;(i
17 hclento '.hat many
dineane. arc introducer!
by piitrilkation, which
reproduce. Il.elf anil
lirupOKate. the iMneaBe
In ever widening circle.
The.o diaeaiea iener
ats cnntBirlon aud fill the
air with death, Such la
that dread Terror,
winch t. tow di-vHUal
, the taut and ad
vanr.inc ou it. miaaiun
of death rapidly toward,
our .bore, other dl
ea.e. of the unie .ort
are Diphtheria, Typh
oid Fever, S' ariel fever,
SmalLI'ox, M e a . I e
Yellow Fever, Kry-lp-ela.,ctc.
All thc.e gru
crato cootaulon. (Jther
dt.ea.e. Ke ve r and
Aku-, Maarial Kcver,
u-.., ari.e from conta
llion which come, iif
It. cxno.ure to a .ick
room, Cedar, Clo.et or
Stnlile purille the At
nm.phi re und drive:,
away the (eim. T die
ea.e and d uth.
Takon Internally It
purille. the Stomah,
Kivinu it tone and
healthy viyor. It I. Mm.
that It cure. Inditp i-lliin
aud l). pep.lt.
When u.cd a. a Lotion
It denroy. all Krerxle
aad H.ot:h producing
Kcrma, lr aviut; tho .ktu
clear, white aud tran.
Prent a. that of a littlti
darupne.a, unhealthy .It-
uatloui or uucleannc... i
All the.o I)Ii-a.r. can j
b cured only hy .top- .
pins? the production of :
ni.ea.e Oerm. and de- 1
Urovini,' thnne alretdy ',
produced. Both then;
re.ult. are accoinfilii-hed
by the u.e of Piof.
Darby', preparation of1
Horaclc Acid and Chlo
rine, known a. ;
It renileri nil It
coin. a In con
tact with Purr
Spare doe. 1 ot permit u to name of the u.e. to
which thi. crenl eriu-(letrover I. appliialile.
A.k yourDrunKi.t for printed matter den.riptivo
of It. ueefulnc., or addrr..
J. II. JCIII .V; CO.,
Manufactiirlnt; Cheml.t., I'HILADBLPIII .
51 cent, per bottle. Pint Hottle.. tl.m.
i'KOKKSSIONAL CAKDS. "
Q.EOIWE H. LEACH, M.D.
PHYSICIAN it SURGEON.
Special attention psldto the Homeopathic treat
mtni of Kur'lcal di.es.es. aud di.ea.es of women
and cbl dren.
OKKICK On Hill atreet, oppc.ite tie I'oil
office. Cairo, III.
jjU. J. E. STKONO,
12t Ctiimnerrial Ave-, Cairo, 111.
VAI'OB, ELECTKO VAI'OH aku MEDICATED
A lady In attendance.
H. W. V. JOCKLYN,
'JKfK B Eifhth Street, neur fnmn errl' Aer ne
JU. E VC. WHITLOCK,
Ornn-No. l'itt Commercial Avenue, bnwi.ei,
Kcrt'i and Mi.th Stet.
li 3 mi ', '
. - -
Manufacturer tnd Doaler In
titli Strom, hnlwecn t'out'l Avu. mid Lever.
CHOKE nORINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS Of AMONITION,
Safo. Il9ired. All Kind, ot Keva Mnrle.
Cairo & St. LouIh racket.
The pnlnllal Anchor Lino iteamer
Will leave CalD ovnry Saturday and Ttieeday even
Ing t (I o'clock, kIvIiik Cairo daily bot fur Ht.
Kor tiartlculara a rale.. te.. anntv in r.nt
Tho, W. Nhlelil. Qonural Ajtont. or Uol A. Hllvor.
. CAIRO, IbblNOIN, TUESDAY
A CLERGYMAN'S CRIME.'
The Life of a Young Girl Ruined by
an Unscrupulous Pair.
Begun by a Minister and Finished by a
Physician -Both Villians in the
Clutches of the Law Searohing for
the MiBsing Girl Political and Other
Ai.BA.Nr. N. Y.,Sppt. 17. -The fact of a
cue of criminal malpractice was unearthed
to-day, which place a miril.iter of the
o.pel and a heretofore uppotcd reputa
ble phynicLn Iu anytbln? but an envhiMe
liht. Both re now under arret iu tbi
dty. Albert F. VeduVr, a Methodl.t cler
(ryinan, ban for aorne time htid charge of a
church at West Milton, Saratoga county.
He i. about thirty year of ae, medium
height, weiljfot raeil and ha good addrein.
Hin complexion U light, h:iir brown, fore
head high, and he wear a thin mustache.
He baa a wif; and one child, their aecond
child bavins died la..-t summer. Amonc his
corcregatioti, though not a member of hi
rnurno, was Mies Waller, 25 yearn of age,
pretty and prep-enlnc, and a daughter
of Silat Walter, a pronperoua farmer. She
worked in Troy ai a drean-maker in winter,
; nd lived at home in rummer.
An intimacy .prang up between the
clergyman and Miss Walter, which culmi
of the couple to Troy in January laat.
Tlie.e vikit were repeated at more or its
frequent Interval.. Id May they went
together to New York, being absent nearly
a eek, but they managed to elude detec
tion or even .uapicion. About Augut 1,
dr. VedJer sent Minn Walter to Saraloea,
where she remained for two w:k at hi
expense, although he visited her once only,
a was subsequently ascertained by the
detective. On Aujrunt 13, be brought her
to this city, ahe being then in a delicate
condition, and approaching the petiod
wlieu concealment would not be much
lonrer po.nitile. Hetookherto the office
"f Ir. Jatnea A. PaUerhon, 90 Columbu
-T'et. who agreed to take charge of tbe
case. He sent tbe patient to tbe residence
of Mr. Whitebeek at 72 Hudson avenue.
On Augim 16, at 10 a. m. Dr. Patterion,
it ih alleged,
PKKK0KM4P AN OPERATION.
On the ltfth the patient wi taken suddenly
and alarmingly ill. Mr. Vedder, who had
left her 00 the name day be brought her to
Albany, wag nent for, but be did not re
spond. Dr. Frank H. Fisk, a reputable
physical! of this city, m called iu and took
charge of the patient. Subsequently, Mr.
Vedder arranged to have Miss Walter taken
to Troy, whither the was removed on Au
sriiKta. She remaiued there with Mr.
Vandermuller, a respectable lady acquaint
ance, uuttl September 15. For a while her
life waa deapaired of, but though very weak
die recovered enough to come to tb is city
on Saturday and mak,a sworn .U'.etnent
before Justice W. K. Clute, who. after
bearing ber evidence, iiwued the ntceisary
warrauu for the arrest of Dr. Patierson, as
principal, aid the Rev. Mr. Vedder aa ac
THE CRIME OF MAI.PF ACTICE.
In the meantime, the girl' parents be
gan to upect that everything was not as
it should be, aud on August 1ft Mr. Walter
went to Saratoga aud engaged E. A. An
drua, a well-known detective for tbe pre
tention of cruelly to children, in a search
lor bis dauehler, whom, he said, he had
not seen for two weeks. He had Indefinite
suspicions a to who had been Instrumental
in her diappe.rance, but imparted llitle to
Mr. Andrus, whiebeould avail iu the search
for the missing young women. Mr. An
tlrua, however, became Interested in the
case, and detailed detective V. R. Bray
ton, of thii city, aud a woman assistant, to
WORK THE MATTER CP ON CI.KWfl
outlined by him. Th detective work led
lo the discovery of th alivve state of f.icts.
The llev. Mr. Vedder, fe tiring. It I sur
mised, that West Milton would not be a
good pIsco for him to lonpw live and
preach iu, on Saturday veemt to Kingston,
where he was to have nupplicd the pulpit
0ftheMetl10distchurc.il there. DeU'ctlre
Audi u arrested him this morning Just as
he was entering tbe church. He waa
brought to this cily and locked up for an
exauliiation to-morrow. This evening
ir. raucrsnn was also artested aod com
mitted to Jail. Both prisoners asaert their
Under aud ihe. iuleriaatrll Rare.
Huston, Sept. 17. The sensation of the
day in political circles lias been the revival
of the story that Gov. Butter will be a
candidate for re-elecilou. The Republican
papers are full of gosulp, based on the as
sumption that Butler will not run; and the
talk of the street I that the Uovertior Is al
armed by the statements of tle laf'n sums
of money the "Saint" propose, to put Into
tho campaign to beat him. Gen. Butler Is
rich, but does not like to spend his money,
and It n hard to Induce him lo put his
thousands against the tens of thousan Is the
Republican threaten to spend. The
Democrat have a strung organization, and
If Butler runs it will be tested to It utmost,
hut It will take money to maintain it. The
Republican will have on the 'timp an
army of distinguished 111e.11, many of whom
take little part In an ordinary campaign,
nu n win tie nau to timl Democratic ora
tor to meet them. But the persistent
Hsmor of bis follower, and hi own fear
that withdrawal will bo construed Into an
MkuowleoVmea of defeat, are likely to
forco the General Into the field. Willi tbe
Presidential bee buz.tog in bis bonnet he
will iot want to acktiowtedco defeat UiiUI
he Is forced tn do ao. The ostentatious
letter from Charles Francis Ailatns, an
nouncing that be caanot allow bis name to
?o before tbe Ueptihltean state convention.
Isrldleulod mercrtesly. a It I known that
there was mt the slightest prpcot of hi
recelviES aiy considerable number of
BI4Mtixt t'Mll Hilled.
Aahlakd, 0., Ketrt. 17,-Thl inornluu
t8:Uo'elck a freight train ran Into an
tber frelgbt, smashing a locomotive, tele
ooplaj a caboose, demolishing w and
Killing a lot of flno blooded cattle Jut from
Icotland and ou their way to Kiosas,
Cteth Bwlsiar's Wife lMad.
Kdwajhmvilix, HI., Sept. 17.-Ur.
Caroltafl S. Ewlug, widow of the late Won.
Tf . L. P. Kwiao dktd tUa noralhg, nod
MORNING. H K PT E M R"R R 1
Wa RiiiNoi on, Sept. 17.-RopresentallTa
Weiss, of the Beer Brewer' Association,
made an argument before the Commission
er of Internal Revenue this morning In
favor of the suspension of till recent order
In regard to tbe bottling beer directly from
the cask. The commissioner withheld his
Tim Massachusetts Commissioners nl
Emigration report ,1!t, 000 emigrants landed
at It.Mnn from August 30. 1S8J, to J'inc
'W, ISMi, Of this nuinber seventeen were
lunatus and iiliots, or persons
unable to tako care of themselves. The
Coniiiiiliinirs say that lha worst class 0
pauper tht y are called upon to provide- for
com through Canada, and additional
legi-htioti U asked for to prevent such ao
S'Tgeon-Oeneral Hammond of the Marine
Hospital Service, received a letter from tbe
Deputy Collector of Custom at Yuma,
(luted September 8, and transmitted by J.
s. Clark, Special Deputy Collector, to Kl
lV-o.Tex., to whom it w. addressed to, lo
vtliieu the former says there are conflicting
ac.iiiints as to the presence of yellow fever
and black vomit. at Mazatlan
and Unarm. Mexico, but be (deputy
collector )' has direct information of death
frnm black vomit at tiiiavmss from s
gentlemen who Jn-t arrived there by
steamer from Mazi'Lins ami that he Inter
cepted a letter from i railroad man whr.
runs to and from Uuaynias. stating that the
people are dying in that place at tbe rate
of from three to six a day of, that and
other fever. In a letter transmitting thli
communication. Special Collector Clark
urges the tktng of steps to prevent the
spread of the fever into the I'nited States,
He says tbe railroad from Ouaymas enter
Arizona territory at Nogales. Cponreceipl
of these letters Dr. Hammond telegraphed
deputy collector Biiunelly, at Yuma, for
further information. To-day be received
the following dispatch: "Account!
are conflicting concerning th
true character of the disease but
it is attended by fatal conditions. The la
test news Indicates increasing mortality."
Standard dollars were issued during the
week ending September lo to the amountof
t'lsn.WS, against WTfj.Ooa for the same time
RELIEF FOR ORKF.I.KY.
Secretary Lincoln, Secretarr Chandler
and Commodore English held a consulta
tion this morning for the purpose of di
cuss.ngthe quetion of attempting the re
lief of Lieut. Greeiey and party this fall.
After tlip conference Secretary ('handler
sent word to Dr. liiisels, the well-known
An tic explorer, that he would like to con
fer with him upon the subject.
l ord olcrlrize nuct Ihe Hnlllniore
Baltimore, Sept. 17. A meeting of
the Baltimore Bar association was held
yesterday to uri atiye for inviting Lord Chief
Justice Coleridge to visit this city during
bis stay In America. Mr. Latrobe was
called to the chair. After a short debate on
the b?st tin atis to entertain the Chief Jus
tice it w.i. determined to give a linner iu
bis honor, and the temporary president
wns instructed to confer with the president
of the association and appoint a committee
to invite .Justice Coleridge and his travel
ing companion to a dinner to be given him
by the a-sociation at any time that may
prove cnnverieut for Uiui. j hH committee
was instructed to invite the Judges of the
Supreme court of the I'nited Statos. the
Federal, state and city Judiciary and Attorney-General
of the United States to attend
the (1 inner.
I he I'Uc Bearar.
Sayrhook, 111.,, Sept. 17. Sergeant
B ites, the American flag carrier, is at his
home in this place, making his preparation
for carrying the .merican tlag from Chicago
to S iaunali. For some months past the
s iL-eant has been in a rather poor state of
In aith, and as has also his wife, who it al
most a routined invalid. It is thought that
Bates las about lost bis mind as well a his
health, and the prospects, notwithstanding
the present efforts now being made for hi
inarch, are that lie w ill never go South with
the emblem of America's p;re.atnes. Hit
family for the past few years have been liv
in: In a state of almost abject poverty,
owiii: to the Bblrtlessticsn of the head of the
A Peun.ylvrtiim Srniulnl.
Wii.KKSHAKHK, Pa., Sept. 17. This city
is gi'. ally excited over a scandal w hich has
just come to light. C. E. Lcwcllin, a civil
engineer, well-known In the city, 'was ar
rested a'iout2 o'clock this morning, while
attempting, pistol in hand, to force bis way
into a notorious immoral house, llcsalil
tniit 11 lew nays ago. 1. llliatilson, a
pioiiiinciit resident of this city, who for a
long time occupied the position of paymas
ter tiii'lcr Charles Parrish, had abducted
hi. 17-year-old daughter. He procured
warrant (or Williamson' arrest, but hear
ing that he was In this house had gone there,
vowing to bo avenged on his daughter's be
t raver. He was locked up to await a hear
ing. DnvltJ i.vl Out ol I'olHK n.
Hi.oomincton, III., .Sept. 17. Senator
David Davis and wife, upon their return
hniiie to this cily from a hort visit to North
Carolina, will visit the East for several
weeks, and about Ihe middle of November
will goto Washington city to remain the
greater portion of the winter. The distin
guished Senator I now out of polities, and
the day before he left for the South lie de
elated to lion. Lawrence Weldon of this
citv. an old and intimate friend, thai he In
tended lo live a very quiet and retired bf
during his remaining n.ij, aiVTiding to hli
own private business affairs, which 1 vet j
year becomes more extensive.
Fell ! In th fiilpll.
Kansas f iTY, Sept. 17. -Rev. John But-let-
(colored) paused Iu the midst of ft
sermon at Wyandotte yesterday, cried out
"Dispatch to heaven quickly," and fell
forward over the bar at the pulpit, dead.
The congregation were terrified, many of
tbe women going Into hysterics. Deceased
was 57 years of age ami pastor of the
Wyandotte Baptist church.
Niitr matron Alrohol.
New Your, Sept. 17. In hi address
before tho American Temperance Union,
yesterday, Senator Blair of New Damp
shire said be was In favor of amending Hid
constitution of the Cunlted States so as to
prohibit tbe manufacture, transportation
and sulci of alcohol except for mechanical,
medicinal or scientific purposes,
A oUred Porior Nmbhed.
Lima, Ohio, Sept. 17. Charley Jones, a
ilored porter Iu Botirglne's Lima House
blllui'd saloon, was slabbed In the saloon
early yesterday and killed. The perpetratoi
I unknown. "DuLACfearler" ba been
arroAted aa sustflabnw
Dlsd ! Lv.
St. LoCM, Sept. 17.-Maggle Schmidt,
a young liuly of M year, died very sud
den. v nt Hie residence of Mrs. Cbeclerk on
D; ke rvetiue, about 8 o'clock last night,
under very suspicious circumstance, which
left the impression the bad committed sui
cide Miss Schmidt left borne about three
weeks ago and bad not been heard from by
her parent till news of her death was
brought lo them last night. Yesterday
imii'iilng she attended tbe christening of a
neighbor's child and returned in the even
ia; tc Mi. Cbeclerk' house complaining of
severe pains about the bead and chest.
Mis. Cbeclerk advised her to go up slain to
bed, and upon visiting the girl's room a few
minutes later, found her speechless and In
the agonies of death. A bottle containing
laudanum was found ou a chair
near the bed. A phys'clan
was summoned, but belore bis arrival
the girl was dead. Coroner Bauer held an
Inquest thi morning. Mr. Cbeclerk testi
lied that the young lady was engagad to be
married, but about two weeks ago the
young man broke off the engagement. Sine
then Mis SiMiintdt complained oT se.vera
pains in ihe bead and region of tbe heart,
and often .aid If tbe could secure wbat she
wanted in the store she would not bo on
tins, earth long. Dr. Wlnton held post
mortem examination and decided that, tb
il l ilied of heart disease, superinduced by
ipp'iintment in love and mental excite-
111 en 1. I he laudanum was not used by the
voima lady, but was purchased by another
member of the family. The coroner's Jury
returned a verdict to the effect that the
young lady died of a brok en heart, raused
by disappointment in love.
Ilettib ol J lid tt e Kram.
Si. Lous, Sept. 17.-Judge John M.
Kruin, after a practice of a half century at
the is,oii't bar, died at hi homo late on
Saturday afternoon. The cause of death
was pneumonia, and hi illness was of but
Judge Krum was one of the most gifted
jurists at tbe Western bar. and was well
know n in various parts of the country. He
was seventy-three reals ago In Hudson, N.
V., where bis parents settled when they
came to America. He Was educated main
ly at H, ram Collego, N. Y.. which ho left
to study lnw. He waa tbe first Democratic
mayor of si. Louis, and during bis long
and useful life had held many Important
positions. He leaves a widow, a son.
Judge Chester II . Krum. and a daughter.
Mrs. K. A. DeWoolf.
The flags on the city building were at
half-mast Sunday and to-day in honor of
the Judge's memory, and Mayor Kwing
directed the closing of all city oflices at
Ibe llolanatu Hiin.
Nkw York, Sept. 17. -Tbe sun devote
its tirst page this morning to boosting Win.
S. Holman for the Presidency. It claims
for him the best record for honesty and
economy of any man at present in national
politics. He has always stood on the hou-ey-coined
levee trying to top the leaks
against corruption. la the past twenty
years, say the Sun, be has saved the gov
eminent f 100,000,000. In tho bey-day of
government extravagance the eyof the peo
pie are turned upou Uoloian.' Ho is the
mail for the lime and the time demand
that the Republican party must go, ' ' etc.
WHAT TUF. KniTOBA SAY.
Opinions of the Leading Journalist ofthe
New Yore, Sept. 17.-The World says
"The war of tbe Democratic factions in
Hamilton county, Ohio, goes on, and the
chieftains on both sides refuse to be com
forted. The reformers have issued a
proclamation. 'When in tbe course of
human events It becomes necessary for any
considerable! number of Totem to separate
from Hi' i tmrty in the name of reform a
decent reaped lor tho opinion of mankind
requires that they should make known tho
causes which impel the separation.' This
lias been attended to in the present instance
quite ably. "
Ihe limes says: "All New Jersey Re
publicans and many New Jersey Demo
crats are Horrified at the nomlnatiou of
Leon Abbott for governor. They say he Is
known throughout tbe state at a bold and
unscrupulous sebemer, that he ba strong
and offensive mothotfc, tutored In the wont
school of polities la America the last allu
ion being to our own fair eitv and that In
lacks those high and honorable qualities
which Jerseymen bare been accustomed to
look for in their governors. We presume
that Mr. Abbott Is not m poro and perfect,
nor yet so green and guileless, as some of
New Jersey's recent governors have been.
lint from the poiul of view of the forek-n
observer he seems lo possess several essen
tial qualification for the task of house
cleaning which await him in the capitol at
Trenton. If New Jersey must labor un
der the disadvantage of having a Demo
rralic governor, Mr. Abbott will probably
serve her present needs better, than some
more child-like man."
The Tribune say: "Bv hi characteris
tic course since sluste he was elected gover
nor. General Butler has done tbe Republi
cans of .Massachusetts a good turn. What
ever differences there hare been in tho
parly in the pas, they have now disap
peared, and the one desire of all Republi
cans In that slate Is to nominate a man f jr
governor who can poll the largest vote to
neat tiutier. That such a man will
seems to be at present
Ihe Sun say: "Tho Republicans hare
controlled the national government con
tinwnu-lv for more than twenty-two years,
I luring that period there has
been an enormous Increase of the total
number of government oflicets ami sei
VtniLs. It was Just ns apparent lifteen years
ag.i as it is now that a ., ,tetn of cxauiliia
lion and promotion for merit would im.
prove the civil service. The Republicans
hail the power to establish such a sj ,, 111 at
any lime. Did they institute the 'reform.
or make any serious r ffm t to bring itabouif
,o at nil, ihey have wailed all these
long years, maintaining what llicy nduill to
In-a partisan civil .cnlce, until' they sen
that they must soon relinquish their hold
upon the national government."
me iieraiu says: "Two Mormon
missionaries, wno nail been labor
')? with considerable success
In Indiana, were tarred and feathered two
or three days ago. The lot of missionaries
from Clah Is not a happy one, as they are
generally sent out because they are not
wanted at homo. If the heathen view them
with equal dlsavor, wbat are thev to do?
Of course, It was very unlawful 'for tho In
illaniaus to maltreat the Mormon preachers,
hut it would be Just like the court to take
no cognizance of the outrage. As long as
the degradation ot woman la practical"
tho distinctive tenet of the Mormon faitb,
tho people will retard all emlisarle of 'the
Utter day talau' as Uw awmnttt order ol
THE FOREIGN FOLIO.
CoPr.NUAOEN.Sept. 17. -Excitement has
been created In court circles by the an
nounceinent that a member f tbe Uiilists'
society hat beea discovered amonn the
suite of the Caarina of Russia, who, with
the Czar, is here oa a visit to tbe King of
Denmark. It It said that the Czarina un
expectedly entering her ctum'ier, yester
day, caught one of her chamberlains in the
act of placing a note on ber dressing-case.
After placing the note and
glancing about the room tbe man
withdrew. The C.arina then entered tbe
room. The r.ote is said to contain a threat
against the life of the C zar unless be com
plies with certain wl-hes of the Nihilists,
and Introduces Immediate reforms in the
administration of Justice. The culprit up
on being confronted by the police and
charged with the offense quickly drew a
pistol itid blew his brains out.
Paws, Sept, 17. The Temps surmise
that the object of Gladstone's visit to Copen
hagen Is lo bring about an alliance between
Russia, Turkey, Greece, Norway, Sweden
and Denmark to oflsi 1 Bi.aiarck' triple
DUBLIN, Sept. 15. There wis a mass
meeting of the Irish National League at
Garrick-on-Sliannon on Sunday, at, which
oyer 50,000 persons were present. Thomas
Power F'Connor, a member of Parliament
for Gatway, delivered a stirring speech in
favor of Home Rule for Ireland. Tho
meeting adopted resolutions declaring that
the Irish National League will never cease
its efforts until a native Irish Parliament is
established. A lar:e meeting of Ihe League
was also ield at Mallow, at vh cli William
O'Brien, member of Parliament and editor
of the I'nited Ireland, made an address,
He urged his hearers to perserve in their
determination to win the independence of
Ireland from English domination by peace
ful means it possible, but to win it at all
(11 1 A.
London, Sept. 17. The Standard's
Ilong Kong special stales tbat tbe severity
of tbe blockade of Tonquln has been so far
relaxed as to allow vessels to proceed to
their porta of destination after being
searched for articles that are comrabaad of
There is a great lack of harmonr between
the French civil aud military authorities at
It is reported that Marquis Tseng will
leave London to-dav for Paris.
London, Sept. 17. O'Donnell was not
taken to Plymouth as anticipated, but
lauded at Southampton. He maintain an
easy demeanor and reiterated his former
statement, that In kllluig Carey, be only
acted in self defense, and expresses himself
confident of qacultal.
CATTLE DISK ASK INCWCASJNG.
The late returns from the agricultural
district of England show a large Increase In
the foot and mouth disease among cattle.
Won't Ml and It.
OilCitt, Pa., Sept. 17.-Tba Oil City
Exchange held a stormy session this morn
ing, and related lo accept the conference
rules already adopted by thteo-fourtht of
the exchanges. This makes Oil City "a
kicker. " The objection was on the ground
of the injustice of admitting exchanges who
do no business and uiving tbera a vote In
tbe conference. Under the rules, a adopt
ed by the conference, three small exchanges,
which do little or no business, would have
as many votes as Oil City with IU business
of one hundred millions a month.
New York, Sept. 17. Arrived: Servla,
Cm KKNsrowN, Sept. 17.-Arrlved: Bal
tic, New York.
17. Arrived, Erin, from
uiouia, New York.
17. --Arrived: Ham-
SEPTEMBER 17, 188)1.
l ive Stock.
CATTLE -Receipts 7.000; quiet; ex
ports ttoitfd 50; choice to good ship
ping quoted at K iJO'rfj KO; common to
fair tboil 15; butchers jfcj :;,,
00; Texansft U0M4 X,.
HOGS - Receipts 5.tMi; moderately
active and weak: light W .V5 ".'5; , rough
hacking U Miirri 75; hetvv packing ami
hipping $4 rWi 15.
M . LolTS.
CATTLE-Exporters fii OOfuW )15; food
to heavy do $5 UiKa'b 00; light to fair 4 Wt
I 75;cotniuouto nii'diuni l 40a"4 ft); fair
lo go id Colorado 5l(H)(ii)5 ID; southwest 1 75
o4 5; grass Texan t-l AV4 :i5; light to
(ood stockers frl fuMJ 75; fair to good feed
srs 1 "5tl '.fi; '0111111011 to choice native
jnw and heifers -J.Vtfl 00; sctlUtvag of
my kind'.' Wkiti 40.
SHEEP-ljiiolatlon unchanged. We,
quote common to meilitiui t- .')0ia'l ''.') : fair
to good Si ftOdt'il 75; prime a ''OtaiM 25;
fair to irood Texan &i ".Vatf W, lambs
H 1 lone 1 50.
HOGS -Quiet but not materially changed.
Demand moderate and supply small; prices
alow at $5 00fo)5 (15 ' for lights;
$4 70faVi for routih to gogj mixed Packing;
butchers to extra heavla f.'i 105 -JO;
WHEAT Lower at 01 October;
November; OS December; year
02 ' b, ; Jauuary 08; Mar iM 05 b.
COUN -Lower; 4J'i October; 4T
OATS-Lower; 27 Si year; 31 May.
WHEAT Higher; closing nt 07 S Sep
lemtier; DOS October; 02 Novem
ber; tl 04 S December: 07 vear.
COUN'-Lower; 45 'i September;
4.) Ociober; 4a V November; 41
year; 44 May.
OATS Lower; 24 V b. September,
25 Si October; 2U, b. (November:
24V year; iW' May.
WHEAT September $I1(.'S; Oc
tober $1 lis; b , November ft 1J";
December $1 lrt.
COUN September til S 1 October ( j ;
November ill s ; December 00 V b.
OATS No qtioia;lon.
BUTT UK -Choice to fancy dairy 10(0(21. 1J
Wl 5 meiliuinifair to good llia'12, low't;idn
pVaHO. Good to choice near-by In pall lOo
12; common 7iuS.
POt'LTRY--- julet and unchanged;
offerings light and demand fair;
Wenuole; Smiiiu chicken..
2 2,V,KJ .50. cholooiirrfj 10; fair to good
il.ed 1 1502 00; small and acinol.vtKyi tu.
Old chicken Cock W2ft.au 50, mixed
(cocks and hens) 75iaHI OU ; choice to
fancy hens W 25i3 W spring ducks ii 2M
m aim young lurxevt IM 1 lb,
IWCWTo-dar receipts 673 utk. Hr...t
aad uucbaoceth affetinra llrki ad
lair. CtMtea Mate t-d aWIu