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LLiNOIS CENTKAL K. K.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis aud Chicago.
Thu Onlv Iino Kunninu
0 DAILY TRAILS
Making Dirkct Connection
1HAIK Leavi Caihu:
3:Or it in. Mml,
Arriving In rt MMiis9.4Sa.a ; Chicago, 8 ;3D p.m.
( uiiiivctiiiK ui oumsud KrHi.gi.am fur Ciuc.r
ban, Lou avi.le, In'i.aimpoli. and p'lt.'s Kit'..
11:1 n.m. Ml. I-ouiH an.l V-tm
Arr:tlt.g in t. Louis ' :'Jt- p. w., akd cotirn-ccni-for
a. I point. vS i
.J.fHJ p.m. l-':tt Kxi.rfttH
Fit St. Uuif and Chicago, arriving at St. Louts
tu:t) p m., and 'biri'i T :J" m
.1 .M) in. Cini inrihti ir'HH.
trnvm; l Cluci..i.aii 7:0n am.; Louisville fi:M
am.: Indianapolis 4:"5 a.m. Passenger hy
thi. tram reach the anove points Ij .i'i
liol'Ks tu advance nl any titter route.
WTIieS:V p. m- expre.a ha. ITLI.M A
M.hK I'IMt AH a:ro to CiiiCinuatl. w.tntni
changei, and through iepr u s. l.ou-.s an'
Fast Timo Kast.
I ttScIl;t IS rtD union without i.y delay
cauaed by Sunday Intervening. Th? Sat'irtav af-er-jimid
trafu from Cairn arrive In new Yo'k Monday
onrotug at :V. Thl rty fix hourMu advanceof
it other route.
ITVor through tlrke'a and further information,
ai.i.iT at litlnol. LVnttal llatiroad Depot. I a'.ro.
,J. H. JONES. 'I:r-t Agent.
A. H. HANSON, (ieo. AC'tt. Chicago
R. H. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTKAL K. K.
Tra.Di Depart. Trains Arrive.
Mall . a
..Cos a m.
l J: i-i a m.
. .11 to a.m.
. 3 !0 p.m.
C. 8T. L. 4 N. O. K. H. f .Jackson roUti'l.
I Accoin. ..
hi A .Mail
.. 4 an.
.. 10 V) m.
.. :i;5o p m.
ft C. ft. K.
. Ii:Vi a m
..vi-.'fi o ui.
I Express ! : J s a.m.
Kx . Mail. .4:10 p m.
Accotii S:1") p.m.
ST. I.. I. M. R. It.
10:311 p m. I fciprtn-a 2:'W p.m.
w ., t-r. l. a r k. it.
Mall A Ei.
Mai. A E.
. 9 3lp.m.
n -J a.m.
.6 4'i p. m .
. 9:10 p.m.
. .4 im p. in
..I 45 a.m
M"1IILK A "MID It
xt a m. .Hat
Dally except Sunday, t Dally.
TIM I-: AH I)
I f'm I'O
.1 p . tu
! t. m.
S a. tu.
,11: ma in
I. C. H. R (ihrouth lock mail)
" (wav malli
" (Southern Dl ....
. .4 v p.m.
, S )i, in.
. .lo p. m.
..7 p. m.
..'J p. m.
I 9 p. m.
Iron Mountain It. li
Wahih K. K
Texan A St. I.oiiIk K. K
ht. l.oula A C-lro It. K
M at Liver arrive Wed , at.
9 p. m.
9 p. ui.
ti a. m.
9: SO am
4 p. in.
drparta Wed., rrl.
T (). ci-n. del. op n from 7::io am to7:10 pm
I'.O, Tiox del. ot cp from a. m. to 9 p. m.
Hundatf Bet . d'.. otien from... a. to. to In a.m.
8unria'i hox del. open from.... 6 a. m. to ln:jnni
KfSO'l K Chan' a will l pu'ilnhed from
time lo time In city pn pern. hnntif tour tanlp ac
cor.Ui.Bly. W.M. M. MUHf'llY. 1'. M.
('Al Kt BAPTIST.-P.irnt r 1 t-Mh nC ropier
J pirtele; preaching everv Sttiida.' mo tihiBatid
Ditit at umal hourn. I'ryer nie. i i i Weduef.
Uav uU'hl; Minuay xcliool. h::ih a.m.
Dev. A. V. VC J AHA, l'ntor.
pllfUCll OP TUB KKDKK.M KK i Kplrenpat
.j l-oiirtei-nth street; Sunday 7:()iia in., Holy
Communion 10::)a. m.. Mortunn I'rayert II a. in.
hurday rhnol3p. m., Kvcnlng l'rayr 7 :jti p.m
K. 1' 1 avenport, 8. T. B. Hertnr.
i IHST MISKIONAHV BAPTIST CHUHCil.
V rreai liliii! at 10:;ni a. n... 3 p.m., and 7:S0 p. m.
at. hath nchotil at 7 So p. m Kov. T. J, rhtire,
P a or
I ITIIKKAN-Thlrteeuth atreet; fcrvUra Ksl,.
1 bath 1 :.W a. m. ; Stinday nchool J p. m. Hev,
MKTHUl)lsr-for. KlBhtb anJ Wnlntil rtreota,
rrearhliiB Sahliath 1l:itla. m. anil7:'l() p.m.
Mmda srhin.! at. .f.mip m. Kev J. A Sesrrett,
) HKsr.YTKUI A N - Klkrhth tret; prcarnlng on
1 riKMiaui at 11:11 a. n. and 7:.Kip. m ; praver
ineetint' etttieadav at T;:i'ip, m.; sunlay Mi hunl
at:ir ni. Itev U. Y. Ueorw, paitor.
OT.,H)SKriI 8 iltoman Catholic) Corner CruM
0 and Walnut utrnvta; aervlrea Sn'ihnt h 10 so a.
t.; Sunday School at a p. m, ; Veanera 3 p. m. ; Har
riet' evory day at 8 a. m. Hov. O'llara, Prlmit.
C'l'. I'A TKIcK'H -( Unman Catholtcjl'oriinr Ninth
' atreet and WaahltiKtoo avwutm; aervlce Sah
hath S and 10 a. m. ; Venpern ,1 p. m. ; Sunday School
1 p. in. aorvlcea every day at a a.m. Hev. Mantnei a
Jlayor Thomaa. W. llallnlav.
Trnantirnr Charlti V, Nollia.
Clerk-Dennla. J, Koley.
Couuaelor-Wm. B. Qilhorl.
Marshal L. II.Meyera,
Attorney William Kendricki.
BOARD Or AU1EKMIH
flrl Ward Wm.McHalP, Harry Walker.
Snrond Ward-Jnuao Iltnkle, C. N. Ilnghna,
Third Ward B. F. Illake, KRliert Smith
Knurth Ward Charlei 0. Patter, Admph Swo.
"tfth Ward Chai. Lancaatrr. Henry Si out.
Circuit Jndcu l)..f.Haki'r.
Circuit Olerk-A. M. Irvln.
County ilnrieo 3. II. Hohtnaon.
County Clerk S.i). Ilumm.
CouiiiyTraurer Mllii W. 1'arkcr.
SherltT John Hodgci.
Coroner M. Kltagerald.
Coonty Commiaalonuri-T. W. HalUday, J, y.
Moloaltef and Pator Baap.
Vj II 0 L E II A !
Tho most powerful AntiHeptio
WILL PRKVKNT THE CHOLERA.
The moat powerful An-tlai-ptic
ebvmiatry baa produced.
Ita tiau either Inter
nally or externally ren
der all It ct mea lu con
tact with, pure, nweut
and clean, the produc
tion of dimmae-germa
ceaiiea and thu pati- nt
When Diotl on I'lrem,
and Horea It atop! all
I'ain, aweeteua thu iiarf
and iromotea the rapid
formation of h e a 1 1 ti y
It la a fact nnHWlKhed
ny Sclencu that many
dlaeanca are InirodintMl
ny putrlllcatlnn, which
reproducea Itnelf and
propoxate. Ine dlaeaso
In ever widening circle!.
Theao dlaearea gener
ate cttntagloti and (111 the
air with death. Such la
that dread Terror,
which la now devaatat
Ing the KhM and ad
varning on Ita mltinion
of death rapldlv toward,
our abnrea. Other dl
eaae. of the Kame .ort
are Diphtheria. Typh
oid Fever, scarlet Fever,
Smail I'tn. M e a a I e a.
Yellow Fever, Kry-ip
elaa, etc. All thean gen
erate contagion. Other
did' area K ever and
Ag:i", .Va'nrial Feier,
etc., ariae from conta
gion which come, of
dampiieaii, unhealthy alt
uationa or unclcanneaa.
All theae Dl't-aaea can
he cured onlv hy .top
ping the production of
liiaea.e (ierm and de
atroving thoce alreidy
produced. Itoth these
rerultaare a:complih d
hy the uao of l'rof
llarhy'it preparation of
Horatio A' id and Chlo
rine, known aa
It. expomiri; in a an k
room. Cedar, (,'ln.et or
Stiilne pur flea the At
Hiocpliire aud drivea
away the germa of dia
eai-e and di atb.
Taken Internally It
punrleit the Stomach,
giving it tone a n d
i healthy vigor It ia Mix
i that It cure, indigestion
I and Ojapep.la.
When lined na a Lotion
j it de.iroy. all Freculo
; and lliotch producing
' genua, leuvlng the fkln
clear, white and tmna
parent aa that of a llttlo
It miller ul! it
fiilties In e in
tact with Pure
Hlld Ill-Hit h v.
Spare doe i ot p. rmlt in to name of the ue. to
which thix great Oerin-de.troer Id appiitahle.
A.k your Drugiat for prlnud matter derenpuvu
of lla tiefulnea, or addre
J. II. ZKIUN .Sc. C() ,
Manufacturing Chimin., riULAUtLl'III .
Wceiijaj-atieJ'ilit Hoitle.. tl ill.
Q.EORUE II. LEACH, M l).
PHYSICIAN tt SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the H meopathlc treat
ment of .urgical diaeaaea. and dlfea.es of wouien
and chl dreo.
OFFICE on Uih atreet. opptnte the Pint
office, Cairo, III.
JJU. J. E. .STRONU,
12'J Ctiiuincrcial Ave., Cairo, III.
VAl'OU, ELECTKO VAI'OK and MEDlCATtU)
li AT as
A lady In attendance.
U. W. 0. JOCKLYN,
D K NT1ST.
'JFKK K-B:ghth Street, near Cornu ercla! Aveioo
R. E W. WHITLOCK,
Orrici-No. 136 Commercial
f w-rt'i nd Nti.fh strH.
Manufacturer and De&lor In
6th Street, botwecu Com'l Ave. a, id Levoe., '
CHOICE BOIUNO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OK AMU.NITION.
Safea Henalred. All Klndi ol Kova Madn.
Cairo & St. Louis Packet.
The palatial Anchor Lino itoamur
Will leavo Cairo evcrv Saturday and Tiieailav nvan
In at o'clock, rIvIiir Cairo a dally boat for Bt.
For nartlc.ulara aa rate. etc.. annlv in r.ni
Thoa. W. Shlulda.Qoniiral Aont, or Hoi A.HlWr,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY
FACED HER FATHER,
Mr. Turk in
a Bather Embarrassing
Marriage -Retribution at
Slade Exercises Him
Nkw YoiiK , Sept. 18. William Turk
and Amelia M. Salmon, eighteen yeari old,
were uiaaried last February. She i the
daughter of Simon Salmon. Mr. Turk's
lory la that In January lint Mr. Salmon
Jiken him to call at hi place of buaineai,
and when h did call Mr. Salmon locked
the door. Mr. Salmon charged Mr. Turk
with having oetrayed his daughter. Mr.
Turk denied the ai:cualion, whereupon
Mr. Salmon Kerted to.it hit dauhter had
admitted everything to him and tin ion
jumped up, aud,
f'OIN I I NO A PISTOL AT MR. TURK,
dec!:ired tli:n if he bad eausht bim
at the bona.' the night previoua be would
never have left it alive. The girl'i fath
er declared Ibat Mr. Turk would Diva
to marry ber if he bad to awing for it. H
maited that tint cerrmony khould be per
formed in two week. Mr. Turk agreed to
call next Sunday and make ananetnenta.
I'pnn hit giving that ptoujiae the door wa
unlocked and wa.i given his liberty. Mr.
Turk did not t all the following Sunday, but
meeting Mr. Salmon one day, the latter
t-aiil that the wedding wan fixed for Febru
ary H. and ho declared thai If Turk did not
go through the ceremony be would be fixed.
Tl KK HAW MISS SALMON
one d.ty and told ber what had occurred,
and she declared that her father and
brother ha 1 purchased new pmfila o as to
be prt-p.ir.d. Hn averted that Mish Sal
mon aaid herraottwr would blow out bis
brains if he did not come to terms. Seeing
that he wan compelled lo marry bo went to
.linlge fiedney'a offlee, and there the cere
mony was performed. Yesterday Judge
Douoliue cianOid a derree annulliug the
Niearorrand Faaena:eri S)afe.
( i.kvkland, ()., Sept. 18. The steam
er Saginaw proves to be afe, with all her
pat-sengcr. at Netroit. The Saginaw wai
laitl ip for tbe heaton on Saturday, and
her psiaengera transferred to the C'ewee
naw, which put into pigeon Cove during
the slortn, and lay there until this morning,
when, the weather abating, she set sail
for Cleveland and is hourly expected.
About a dozen paBengers landed at I'lgeon
Cove and took conveyance to the nearest
railway station yeaterdaj, and returned
home by railway by way of Detroit and
Toledo, ai riving early this morning. Capt.
Stephens, of tbe ateam barge Oakland,
which foundered off CoDnoaut yt-atertlay
in a Rate, telegraphed from Fairport, this
morning, that he and the three others
supposed to be loxt had made tbeir escape
to the shore and were saved.
Iketslf-oyml by f'lrw.
Va.ndai.ia, Mo., sept. 18. The flour
iug mills at this place, owned and oper
ated by Johu W. Bryant, burned to the
ground t his morning between 12 and 1
o'tlork. This Is a heavy loss to tbe town,
the mill hiving beeu patronized by a large
portion of Ralln pike, Montgomery and
Audrain counties. About 400 bushels of
wheat, 7.U00 pmitids of flour In sack, and
a large amount of corn was consumed.
Kw-ryihiiig connected with the building ii
a total In. The value of the property was
,000; insured for W.OOO In the following
companies; North American, fl,.W0; Ger
man, of Freeport, M., Jl.OuO; Fireman,
of Pbilade phia, VW0, and another com
pany, namn not learned, $1,000. The
tire la auppoaed to have originated in tbt
Arrival ola Npaalab Traveler.
NewYohk, Sept. IS. Col. J. C. Nor
mile, the Spanih student and traveler, ar
rived here yesterday in the steamer Egypt.
He is quartered at the Si. James Hotel.
Tbe Colonel is looking a little rusty and
wont from travel, but he ii in fine spirits.
He lias lost thirteen poinds In flesh. While
here he will arrange with ibe Harpnrs for
the publication of an entertaining book, en
titled "Summer rvj lu Spain," which
will appear about iffi holiday. The Col
onel expccis to return lost, Louis on the
A lalal Aerldeaf.
IU'sh vii.i.k, III., Sept. 18, The annual
fair of Schylcr couniy Is In progress here,
While Hudson Pesserron was running s
horse-brick race with another man ho was
thrown violently against u tree and re
bounded twelve feet In tint air. Ilia skull
and one hip were broken ami he died un
hour Inter, lie leaves a young widow, a
daughter of Ephrnlm Hill, who ia frantle
DrxiF.it, Mo., Sept. is. -An attempt
wai nude lo lay out J. Logsn Nations, edi
tor of 1 he Itoll Cull, by F. T. U.ildwln, of
the Ktiterprise-Messenger, about D o'clock
Ibis morning. It seems that lialilwin said
something through bis paper which Niitlotis
resented In a vigorous but manly manner,
and Huldwln resorted to this means of get
ting even. H.klwln Is now under arrest.
Ilarrikly Horned niib keroaen ,
Wukri.IM), W. Va., Sept. 18. -Mary
Rrlnkmeyer attempted to htirty up i fire
with a can t keroscene oil. The can
ploded, ami the flumes 'at once enveloped
tho girl. She. run through the hnnso
screaming, but before assistance arrived her
clothes were all burned off, and her lower
extremltle s and chest horribly roasted. She
What Will They (r tlrorletf
Wariiinoton, Sept. 18.-Seireiarle
Cbandlei and Lincoln wrre In consultation
to-day In reference to the lending jf relief
to Greeley and party. It Is Impossible at
thli writing to state poslilvely what conclu
sion they reached, but It la understood that
Information has been reorived that Lieut,
Oreoloy ami party arc supplied with pro
tisloni auflk'cnt to sustain thetn for over a
year yet, and there Is consequently no ne
cessity for starting a relief expedition this
fall. Another consultation, however, will
be held this afturuoou, at whuih Dr. Ueseeli
U ke preacul
Nkw Yoim, Sept. 18. Ilerbert A. Slade
had a barc-kmicklo tight ysslerday with
Nat. Iiovell. alias "JoeNixcy," the cele
brated English light-weight pugilist, re
wutly linpnrled by Jem Mace. "Nlxey,"
though naturally quiet, Ii good-humored
nJ enj.iys a Joke. Slade dees not. An
eve-witness to the affray lays that after
breakfast yesterday the men went to the
fnml of the bouse to enjoy a imoke, and
wlille there bantered each other good
atiuejiy Ul,t sjade remarked that he had
h"1 ,t',n a light-weight fighter
in a vt,-ek. "Nixey" retorted
var iili that if Siade had ever ate a fighter
of any weight or even whipped one
he wonij luve more game in bim. The
Mauri thrust out bis left arm and struck
"Nixey" nearest the spot where he bad
lodged hiH breakfast.
'You big stiff," said"Nixey," angrily,
Jumping up, rn take a round out of
Without the usual preliminary of linking
b.iinls the men got to wark. Slade, with
b longer reach, quickly atruck out, but
was evidently surprised when "Nixey"
taw-him a straight left-bander In tho
s!o;,iach that doubled bim up, and followed
it itb nn undercut on the nose and an
other on ".be ear. Slade is said to have for
gotten the science taught him by Jem
M ice. ami to have rulied wildly at bis little
opponent. He aiicc.eeded in hitting
' N xi y' ' on the eye, and then rushed on
hiui and knocked him down. Just as they
bad ill jwii up for tbe battle Mace rubbed
fm ward anil proclaimed an armistice.
Slade is to form one of the central figures
in the John I,. Sullivan combin.it whu:h
will make a tour of tbe Unirert Met and
visit the principal cities of EngUhii and
France. He wi, get tl.OOO for four months,
aud expenses. Mitchell and Sheriff alias
tbe Pnxsian. yesterday signed articles for
a private meeting with suft gloves, six
rounds for J 1,000 a side.
OVA M Oil A.
Halifax. Sept. IM.-c.-,pt. Alfred Gass
lop, of the bark Britannia, which was
wrecked off this coast Monday last, telli a
story of the fearful suffering. They were
on the reek from Monday until Tuesday
afternoon, during which ail of the timo a
gale was blowing, and all hands were com
pelled to remain on deck, exposed to the
fury of the storm. Finally they took to a
suiali laft. Hardly bod the people got on
this when a heavy sea washed off every
soul, and the Captain and eight men were
the only ones-ivho regained it. During the,
nlgtit and the following morning hv others
were washed off in a similar manner, leav
in.' only four survivors, who were rescued
bv a boat from the shore. Thirteen per
i.heil, including the ife and four children
ol ( apt. liasston.
( I i: KI. AM, U., Sept. IS. (.'aptain
George Stephen, llnert A.uin.1, Charles
Dixoii and a sailor whose name is tin
known, of tin- foundered steam barge Oak
land, were picked up by the tug Red
Cloud at (i o'clock this morning floating m
a raft made fintn the barge's cargo of lum
ber. Tliey bad been in the water four
hours and were nearly dead from exhaus
tion. They were taken by tbe tug to Ash
tabula. Tbe steamer Keewcneenaw, with
tbe Miguiaw'H passengers, put in at San
dusky Una morning all safe.
Hem, ii by I'rulilhlllon.
dsn sI.ooha, Iowa, Sept. IS. The Re
publicans congressional conventiou met at
noon to nominate a candidate for the va
cancy caused by the death of Congressman
Out.. Hon, (i. II. Miles is looked upon
as a probable nominee, although ex-con-gres-man
K. S. Sampson am ex-post master
Moure, who was n moved at Cult's In
stance, and ex-si orctary of state Josiah
Yi'iiug, each have large following. Gov.
Campbell would be the nominee were il not
for his pronounced views on the prohibition
silehlfan Mala Fair.
I k i rtHT. Sept. is, The Stato Fair
opened in this city to-day with splendid
weather and every promise that the exhibi
tion will he tbe largest and iine-t ever held
In the state. The number of entries In
every department except fruit, exceed
largely those of former years. The Fair
will continue till Saturday. Largo crowds
are in attendance, and tyery train will
bring larSe accessions to the number.
(nKrcMd Ml tier.
Col.t Mill M. I)., Sept, IK. Between six
and seven hundred miners of the Hocking
Valley, with delegate from about forty
c utis from other parts of the slate, arrived
In re this tiooti In attend the state tat iff con
vention this afternoon under the auspices
of Hie Association of American Ecoin uiists.
A state organization will be effected and
adiln sses inaili' by Judge I.uwiciiee, (Jen.
Green li. Km in aud others,
I he ItM War.
Ciiic.oii'. Sept, IS.-In tho war on pas
sengcr rales between Chicago and Louis
ville, llils morning, the Pan Handle opened
with a tat'' uf $ flu, v- ,c, the Motion
route at once Hu t. It Is saul thai the
scalpels are selling nl ,4. nnd a, (, iln
llamllc tuofesses in In. lighting the com
mission to scalpers, Hie rite will probably
(Imp to I list tig li re.
tiMintf In lh Halera.
SiMpi mkt, O., sept, is, -Tbe mystery
i ccriilng the disappearance of Eugene
WIeiiour, of this city, need ten, was Mon-
tl.iv cleared up by the finding of his body
insantiusKy uiiv, near Venice. The boy,
when lust seen, on tbe Mb, whs llshlng on
Hie dock. lie l supposed to Lave Mini
Into tbe wuier.
Hit- I'overmueni-n Mv1 Ar,,ni,.P.
MamIIINiuox, Sept, IS, The report of
(he committee appointed by thu secretary
of the Treasury to Investigate Ibe charges
against Supervising Architect Hill was giv
en out for ptihltiMti.m lo-iluv. Stime liml
lugs of the couiinltice me severe on Hill,
and his resignation Is freely talked of.
Itedneetl In Price.
Nkw YoitK, Sept. is... Much surprise
was manifested among the newspaper men
this morning nn reading in flaming red let
let. upon the ni.trglti of the tl rot pnue of
the New York Times thai henceforth that
paper would he Mild for two cents. The
previous price was four cents.
I laal Willi 4'o.aoy.
Cmcann, Sept. i. apnlal from
Denver says! "l,,t Friday, In a running
light In I'te creek between a store-keeper
tinned Dun Mueeibuilii Aragon nml tl vo
cow-hoys, Aragon killed two, wounded tho
third aud dlod himself soon afterwards
front wound. "
Killed Tw ef Tbem. 1
iHlCAiui, Sept. 1S.-A ipccUil from
)eadivotiil, Dakota, says: "In a light last
Frldav at Little Mls.ou'ii over a guin of
card ,1. A. Priideii, a mall carrier, and
Jack llarrli, his stock lender, killed one
sow-boy and mortally wounded. ,.uiuUr."
1!). 1883. ' "
I.etiliie; Oat aalraelor.
Wasmivuton, Sept. 18.-By order of
tbe Si c I Assistant Poitiuaxter-General,
to lake effect September 30, the star route
from Niobrara to Fort Kaudall, Dakota. bai
been discontinued. J. K. Miner was to
lowest bidder for supplying service on thli
route mid was awarded the coutraet, which
wa a.ti rtvards annulled because of a tech
nics imperfection. The reasons giren at
ibe I'osint'ice department for tbe abolition
of the rou c i that .since tbe date of the ad-VL-iiisfincnt
for proposals a railroad syitem
in that section has been extended ko greatly
tnat the necessity for a star route service no
Vi lli HalldltiA l aaal.
Nkw Yoks, Sept. 18. At a meeting of
the stockholder! of the Florida Ship Canal
and Transit company yeaterday, tbe board
of director! was authorized to make a con
tract for I h j construction of the canal, the
work to be ilarted at tbe earliest pos
sible day. The eastern termlnui of tbe
canal will be In the vicinity of tbe mouth
of the St. John' River. Tbe canal will be
run across the Peninsula at the narrow
point. It will h one. hundred and thirty
six miles long and two hundred and thirty
feet wide, and thirty feet deep.
t bi-Hilana In oavaallaa.
Cun At.ti, Sept. is. -The Christian con
vention, under the guidance of Itev. D.
I.. Mooilv, the evangeliit, began a three
tlavs' session here this morning. About
.'i.oun persons, chiefly minister and.cungel
ists, are present. Tbt time of the conven
tion will be devoted chiefly lo the consider
ation of the best iiuthodsof carrryingon the
work of evangelization throughout the
country, especially in tht large cities dur
ing the coming winier.
Odd fellow a' (iraatl Lodge.
Pit idk.nck, H. I., Sept. IS. This
afternoon a parade was given as a.compli
niept to the Sovereign Grand Lodge of Odd
Fellows. The city is tilled with visitors.
The public buildings are finely decorated
anil many private residences are elaborately
trimmed. The procession was in two di
visions, and four to five thousand men
were in line. Thirty or forty bands
furnished the music. '
the, .New Comm.
Rim iik.si kk, N. Y., Sept. IS. The torn-
et discovered, by Prof Swift, director of the
Warner observatory, is moving almost di
rectly toward the earth, and hence it is
impossible to verily it until Saturday morn
ing. although it was first seen by' him on
Tuesday morning last. Tbe press announce
ment that it was seen prior to tbe time
above stated js evidently an error.
llHnt:ed lo a Telegraph. Pol.
CiiiCAHo, Sept. 18. A special from
Cheyenne says: "Harry Nosher, the man
who : brutally attacked his companions in
a wagou a few nlgbu ago, killing Wengel
and wounding Knight, was taken from the
Jail ben; last night by masked men and
lunged to a telegraph pole in the heart ol
tin: cit y."
A (vernor'a Veto.
HAitWPHURG, Pa., Sept. 18. -Gov. Pat-
tUon to-day vetoed the concurrent resolu
tion instructing the appropriation commit
tee of tjotn bouses to report the appropria
uon inn lor tue pay lor Senators, and mem
bei up to uud including September 10, und
io report no other appropriation bill except
ior tiiucers ana employes.
Milson'g reminiscences will be pub
lisneo in tue raris Mgaro.
-.itiiigH Jonathan Dixon wa.i vestcrdav
nominated by the New Jersey Republicans
no- iiovernor on the hrst ballot.
Henry L. Pierce has written a lettet
declining to be a candidate for Governor
of .Massachusetts before tho Republican
convention to-morrow. Tbe letter creates
A .h i. ni :,im passenger train collided
at Conning, Mo., on tho Kansas City, St.
joeanu i.ouncii uiun. road last night
rreii. k. Johnson, a route agent, received
severe injuries, others were also injured
I he two locomotives were badly wrecked.
Johnson hat a family at Nebraska City,
WHAT THE KDITOUN NAT.
Opinion! of the Leading Journalist of the
Nkw Youk, Sept. W.-The World says
' 'Senator Sharon, who is beingsued by M.ss
Aggie Hill on the charge of adultery, is
confronted with a contract of marriage
signed lu IHSO, and the lady exhibit! a let
tcr addressed to her from tbe United Stales
Senate chamber, in which the argentiferous
Senator calls her his 'loyal wife.' The
Republican machine seems to tend towards
irregular complications with the tender sex
Among the model Sena'.on we have the bad
examples of Patterson, ChrLstiaucy, Ferry,
ami last, but not leant by any means, Takior,
the chivalrous nq reaentattve of tho manner!
mid morals cf the bouanaa clement uf Col
orado, ' '
The Sun says: "Ills averred by a large
number of Kenuhlleans that Gen. Arthur
stands far ahead of every other aspirant fur
the Republican nomination for 1SK4. In
deed, in a canvas of the country made
ome weeks ago by our esteemed contem
porary, the New York Times, the returns
showed that Arthur was the favorite, II
this be Hie sentiment of the party, why
should not tbe Richfield Springs conven
tion give voice to this feeling by adopting a
resolution favoring the humiliation of
A ft Ii 1 1 1 ? If any slate Is to speak on I tin
sllbecl Ibis f ill, It should be New Yolk.
The coiiwMitniu of this week is the onlv one
which the licpubll'.'.ins of theStale will bold
till they meet next spring to elect delegates
to Ibe National Convention. If t hey intend
In stari a movement in favor of Arthur
whlcli will arouse the atllentlon of tho
whole eoiiiitiT now Is their time."
Tin' Tluu s savsj "There is not printer's
Ink cti'iuli on t im' I'aclllit slope In float Ste
phen J. Field or any other California Item
octal over i tic Rocky mountains and Into
i In- Pi esldenllal candidacy. There are too
many Dcm-icnits on tin side of the Ruckles
who are more powerful and have got a bet
tcr start. There Is the old ticket which we
have always with us. There are Mr, Mc
Donald, Mr. Thurman. Mr, Hewitt, Gen.
lluller, Mr. Datia'i man (of straw), Hoi
man, ami Mr. IHiu himself, Hut tbe name
of Mr, Dolman, we believe, nuiv now be
withdrawn from the list, The Sun'i with
riliig exposure of the poverty of hit record
In Cnngresi has tinlbfd him. "
The Tilhune says; "Wo do not believe
tlm lili hlleld Spring Convention will make
my mistake. If It keeps clear of thctn
and acis with an eye single to the public
weal, und the consequent weal of the parly ,
His men It nominate will he men who . will
tie i li't'tecied In November. Here, ai lu
Vlilo, IbullUe I wlUUc Jlefubllc.ua."
OVER THE OCEAN.
London, Sept. lS.-O'Donnell, the
murderer of Carey, landed it Southampteti
at 9 o dock this morning aud was placed on
board the train for London. The train ar
rived atVaux Hall t noen, where tbe
prisoner was met hy a large force of police
and escorted to tbe prison van. Then,
under an escort of poltce, he was driven to
the Mill Hank Jail. t
IHK KIDK IO THE PRISON.
London, Sept. 18. -The Vauxhall depot
wa strongly held by tbe police this morn
ing, only railway passengers and newspa
per reporters being allowed to pass tbeir
barriers. Tbe train with O'Donnell on
board arrived at 12:15 p. m.SJThe presence
of the large body of police attracted the at
tention of the public, and the new rapidly
spread that O'Donnell had arrived, and a
large crowd gathered to got a view of him.
On alighting from the train O'Donnell
WAS IMMKDIATKLY 8UR1IOCNDKD.
by an impenetrabln body of police. The
apeefafors made a rush to'obtain a view ot
the prisoner, but the police were too alert,
nnd only an occasional glimpse of the cap
live was ohla'nable O'Donnell at first ap
pealed to he nervous and stepped off tie
train si niewbal hesitatingly, surveyingthe
scene br fore linn. Soon, however, he drew
biiiiself up erect anil descended the stair
way more boldly, . Outside the station,
while entering the van a few roughs at
tempted to raise a cheer, which was
S?u MKT WTI II MO.MK HlflflKfl.
A strong guard was placet! insidetbe van,"
behind which followed a cab filled with olfi
cers. The procession then started, the
mounted police encircling the van. A few
hisses and cheers were again raised, but tbe
eiowd generally was apathetic. On arriv
ing at. Mill Hank the deputysf overnor of
the prison receiving the prisoner, who wai
forthwith placed In a cell. Subsequently
be wan visited by Police Superintendent
o'dunnki.i. a peg a km mork distiikshbd
since hi incarceration in the Jail. He was
brought to fhe How street Tolice court
this morning, closely guarded by mounted
police, and passed through the streets at a
rapid pace, im arriving at the court house
he was immediately placed In the dock.
Frederick Flowers was the presiding
magistrate. Poland appeared for the
crown, nnd stated that the prisoner wa
"charged with murder upon the high sew
within tliejuristliction of the Admiralty of
nngland and of this court. "
I UK WITXKMSKft KOR TIIIC CHOWN
have not yet arrived in England, as it was
not decim-d advisable to bring tbem nn tbe
same vessel with the prisoner. Poland
asked that (lie prisoner be remanded fur
one week, and stated that he would prob
ably, at the expiration of tbe ti me, again
ask but a short remand, aa he believed the
witnes.es would by that time
have arrived, and he would be alile to begin
tbe case. Magistrate Flowers accordingly
remanded the prisoner until Tuesday next.
During the hearing O'Donnell was permit
ted to sit in the dock. He manifested great
interest in the proceedings and maintained
a respectful demeanor.
s . M'PKKMOTT RKLKAriED.
I.ivkrpool, Sept. 18. James Mclr
mott, who left Brooklyn recently for Eng.
land, and who has been examined three
tunes before a stipendiary Justice on a
charge of conspiracy to murder public
olliculs in connection with the dynamite
party, was again brought before the court
to-day and discharged, the evidence against
him being deemed insufficient.
Amsikrdam. Sept. i.s.a diploma of
honor has been awarded hy the Internatkm
al Exposition to Fairbanks & Co., tbe
American scale manufacturers. This I
tbe highest distinction ever conferred In
this branch of industry, either at home or
CopuNHAiiiN, Sept. IS. The King and
Ojiecn of Denmark slept at tbe palace last
night. This morniug all three boarded Mr.
Glailstotiu' yacht and breakfasted.
SEPTEMBER 18, 1333.
l ive Stack.
CATTLE Receipts 8.000; dullfexT
puns S) SWitiO; good to choice ship,
ping quoted at K) gOiA, SO; common to
fair :l !K)ra 90; feeders and .,,.),.
eis r.'tfJ DO; Texan t-1 50(c4 15; butchers
v'in i-n; o(T. m y Ooil oo. Market Undid,
lower. HUGS Receipts 17.000: mrL-
quiet unit slow; light U M t: ,V: rough
packing tl -lOitf-l G5: heavy nai-kimr .nl
shipping U 70ftj ik). Market 10iai5u
sr. mm is.
CATTLE Exporter $H OOrM :iv
to heavy do $5 UUfti 00; light In fair U OO'ij)
I 75; common to medium Mitti !).); fair
lo good ColoradnW (" H: southwest 1 7j
i? I .'; grass Tex.tns KI-lVoH litrht m
food stoel.ers fl.VM.'l 7j; Lur tn good feed
jrs t;i 7,VI g.'i; common to choice native
jows and heifer U iVo)! 00: soallawag ot
my kind W 00fu'.' 40.
SHEEI' Quotations unchanged. We
piotc coiuiiihii to medium tJ 50ol iV. fair
to good SI Tni:i 75: iirinm :i m)ra -v..
fair to good Tcxans 2 7jftv:i U5, lambs'
S'i fiOfflM 50.
Ill IGS -Unlet but not material I v eh in ita.I
Demand good aud supply urge; prices
Siow at IKW5 05 for Yo.-L.,-.-
tl 0U(a)5 for rough to good mixed packing
buicht'is to extra heavies f5 00(ij 15
W II EAT-- Higher at 04 '
Ci UiS-Higher; 411
year; H M,v,
( V I S-lligier;
year; ill May.
WHEAT Lower; closing a'. !7',' Sep.
ember; till October; l O'J Novem
ber; .tt 04 Deceinbe,-; 07 S vear.
COHN -Higher; 45 n ' September;
4n October: 4;l' November: 41
Ji iir; 44 Mav.
). IS Higher; :'4V b. - September,
'J5'. October; M ' b, November;
'.II 'a year; aO.a -May.
WHEAT September $111: 6c
toher tl 13 b ; November $1 U
Deeember tl Itl1. .
CORN September hTUs October 62;
Novem nor tU; December 69 a.
OATS No qlMUilon.
lemialry PreilMce.1 ,
sr. LOCIH. li"'
HI'TTER-Dalry 21r23 for choice to
fancy; Igrrflft for fair 8l0 low grade.
Kous -Madv at I7S.
I'( 'I' I.TKY spring chlckeiu-Fancy large
2 3.Mt-J 50, clioice ii33 10; fair to good
l.t'd tt 5iit(f3 00; small and scrnbtivtliail 125.
Old chickens-l ock ti' 35 di 50, mixed
luocks and hen) V.' 7in.J00; iholce to
lancy nens hji:,m no; iprlng due! 13 25k