Newspaper Page Text
LLINOLS CENTRAL K. R,
Shortest aud Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Ijine liunninu;
Q DAILY TRAINS
Ma kino Direct Connection
K A STERN LINES.
Train. La Ciho:
H.U5 i in. Mail,
ArrlTlug tn bt . Lout,l. a.m. , Chicago, 8:30 p.m.
Counseling i Oam and fcP.ngt.ara fur Ciudr
Dill, Lotii.ville. IndlaUBioln and points Kwt.
11:1 i Man. Ht. Ijouia. ami Vftr:i
K x prK,
arrivlm1 in Ht. I,oub ?:0S p. and counuciifli
for til points et.
:j no p.m. KitKt Kxpr"
FirSt Uui- snd Chicago, striving at St. Lotil
Id: top m., nd Chicago T.aJ hi
H .." p in. C 'iiu'iiiriiiti K x prH.
arming t 'iT!Clrti ?:fi era.; I.ooi.vlTi G:."S
m.; Indianapolis 4:16 a.m. Pannsngcr by
tMa train r-rh the above point Hi to 3ri
U'H'ltS tn advance ot any otter root.
If-The S:Vl p. m. exprve fca pri.l.MAS
M.LKI'INO CAR Cairo to t'luclruaii, without
than?.-., nd through ietpen to St i.oul m
Kant Time Kast.
1 tth3Cllt TS ern point without any delay
eauaed by Snndif Intervening. The Saturday af:er
1000 train from Cairo arrive. In new York Monday
ornlu(itO:a;,. Thirty tlx Lours iu advauoeol
lUf-Kor through ticket nd further information,
ipir at HUnoi Central Kailroad Dcpot.Calro.
J. 11. JONE8.Ttr.Kut Agent.
A. II. U AN SON. Gen. I'm.. Aliert. Cn!eao
R. It. TIME CARD AT CAIKO.
ILLINOIS CKNTUAL K. K.
Tra.na Depart. Train. Arrive.
Mail .. ;"' a to. M.Vall :Sa.ra.
tAccom . l-,'v a m. Kxpret's... .11 10a.m.
-Express. 3 "0 p.m. I'Ac-om i.K p.m.
C. HT. I., a N. O. H. It. (Jackson rontr'i.
... 4:45a.m. It.Mail -:p.m
... jo t.nt. I Kiprtaa ... Ul:.'ia.ra.
,.. l ipm. I
c. r. it. (Narrow-i-auf-e).
..S (Xia ni. Express i:Ha.m.
..Ill:) in. Kx. Mall. .4.10 p in.
,..12:14 p m. I Accom 2:'J P-m.
BT. I.. I. M. K. K.
,.. 10:80p.m. -P.xprf p.m.
w.. ht. L. r it. it.
Kx A Mail
Mail A Ex.,
, ' i.m. I 'Mall Ex.. D.Sip.m.
. 4 il p.m. 'A'to n Ill Wa.in.
..:4!S a.m. I Krelaht ti 45 p.m.
MOUll.K & I'll 10 K. K.
.5:Ma.ni. Mull :iop.ui.
Dally except Suocay. lUiW.
TIM K C AKD
AVI) DKl'AIH I'RE OF MAILS
I.C. K. n OLrouuhlock mail)
(Sotithfrn Dlr ....
Iron Mountain K. K
tV'.Kaah R II
ft a. m.
.11 Mlll Ul
3 p. m
V p. m.
9 p. m.
It p. m.
K a. ui .
4 p. in.
,.,4 H( p.m.
,..f p. ni.
,...:' p. m.
...Ill p. m.
..7 p. m
,,.5 p. m.
Tem t. I.oul. K. a..
Ht. Loula AC Iru K. K...
1 tl.l U,i,.i
.'i P. in
IfUIUItl.ri I V f -
M m Mvcr arrive w i-u , mil .-non.
dxparia WVu., Krl. Hnn.
P O. bpii. del. op n from T::m am lo . :10 pm
P.O. box dl. o.Tit from a. m to p m.
Hnndaya got. rlo".. open from. ...Ha. m. to 10a.m.
Sun.lata hnx del. open from . ...8 . ra. 1o-liJ.0 am
4-SitTK .-Chani! will h pu''"1''"'11 ,fr"m
iAIHii HAI'Tli-T. -Corner Tcl.tti and I'opl.r
J ureetHi preachlpg every Sunday mo ut: gaud
nlihtal u-iial honra. Prayer nw. m' tteduea
day ultiiiti surd.. -ebooi. M:w .n,
tev a . t .
AllUKCH Of Til K KKDEKM KK Eplcopa!
Kj Koiirtcenth atteet; riuuday 7:otta m., Holy
Con-munlon 10::a. m., Moniiun l'rayeri- 11 a.m.
Bnnday (.LoolSp. m., Kvenlnn Prayen 7:Wp.m
F. P. Lavenport, 8. T. B. Hector.
LMP.8T MltfSIONARV UAPTIST CHUROH.
T Prearhln at 10:Wi a. n. 8 p. ni., and 7:80 p. m.
.ial.batb acbool at 7:0 p. m Hv. T. J. Bhoree,
iC'I'IlKKAN-Thlrteeuth ttroeti nervkei Mali
a batb 1 :M) a m. : Hauday ichool 2 p m. Key.
METHODIST I'or. KlRhth inu Walnut utreeta,
Prearhliiw Sabbath 11 MX) a. m. audT:! p.m.
niiUay School at .1 :MJ p. m. Itev. J. A. Srarrotl,
l)Hr"KHYTKKIAN-KlKhtb alreet; prearnliig on
1 Hnbl.nl h at I1:IH a. rr. and 7:;ntp. m.; tiraver
nii'iMlnir Wcdntiiiday at. 7:H'p. m.s Hnnday aelmol
it 4 p.m. Kv B. V. Ueorie, paator.
ST.JOHhPlI K- iRotnan Catholic) Corner Cro.l
and Walnut Mreula; aervlcoa Sabbath 10:!na.
an. t Huiiday Hcbool at U p. m. ! Veapcra p. m. ; lor
rice, avnry dity ut 8 a m. Kov. O'lUra, I'riei-t.
CT. I'ATKICK'H -(Iloman t'atliollc) Cnmor Ninth
0 atreet and WaablnKtoa aveunei aervlr.ca Sab
halh 8 and in a. m.; Verpera 8 p. m.; Hnnday School
1 p. m. aervtcc. avnry day at 8 a. m. Hot. Mantunt'is
Miyor-lhomM. W. Ila'lii'av.
Treaaurer-Charlca K. Nulln,
Clitrk Dcniil", J. Koloy,
ConnaolorWm. 11. (illbert.
Marhal-I.. H. Meyera,
vol ni) or Aupitimi"
Firat Ward-Wm. Mdlale, Harry Walker.
Hmsoud Ward-Jon.tt llinkln, 0. N. Ilimh.it,
Third Ward-B. F. Ulako, Kbort Hmlih.
Kotirth Ward-Charlei 0, Patlor, Adoiph 8o.
' 'Ifth Ward-Ohaa. Uncaater. Hanry B'nut.
(Mrcnlt JndKO D. J. Maker.
eireii!tOIrk-A. H. Irvln.
Couiny Judfd-J. 11. Hoblnaoo.
Comity C'litrk S. J. llumra.
County Trea.nrur Miloi W. Parker,
. Alieillf John Hodcui.
Coroner K. Kliaaerald.
Connty Commt.alonert T. W. Halllday, J. JJ .
Vulethay and Flet Hanp.
' AlKO. ILLINOIS THURSDAY
C II 0 L E J A !
Tho most powerful Antmnptlo
WILL PREVENT TIIK CHOLERA.
Thb moat powerful An
tlaeplic ac. nt which
chemlatry haa produce I,
Ita uae either Inter
nally or externally rrn
dera all It ccmea In con
tact wlih. pure, aweet
and clean, the produc
t rin 1,1 in. ..
U la a fuct oittbll.licd
Ijy riclerjco that many
ulHeaen are lulrofluiod
by pntiillcatlon, which
reprodnce. Itmlf an(i
propoKtiti thu dieane
In ever widening circle.
Tbeae dlavacea iriiner
ate contaKlon gDd fill the
air with death. Hucu la
that dread Terror,
which la now devaatat
lu tho Kant and Hrl
vaisclnu ou It. roit.iuo
of i.lRth rapidly tow&rda
our nhorei. (ntier din
eaaea of tin aune .ort
ar Oiphihcia, Typto
old Jever, Scarlet Fever,
HmaSI-l'ox, -M eaa le a,
lellow Fever, Erylp
olaa.etc. All tnete (en
erate contagion. Othor
dlaea.ea Ke ver and
A(U-. Maarlal Fever,
tc., ari.M from conta
tfiou which comei f
dampneea, unhealthy alt
nation or uucluanncM.
All theae Dl.eanca can
be cured onlv hy atop-
Olni tLi. fir,. 1,,1.... ..t
ceaiea and thu patient
vi,uiu i rj,
When ured on Ulrcm,
Sea (In. Kuril p. .,n......
and horea It .top. all
I'lllri. mvuMiMna . . .
and promotei th rapid
format inn f t i , t. u
... h V I i U
It. expodure in a airk-
room, Odar, Clo.et or
Htnble Iiunflea tin, At.
uoapbere and rJri v-
away the germ., of ilia
eane and death.
Taken Internally It
purifliia the hlomai-h,
Kiviiia it tone and
healthy viuor ltlahua
that It cure. Indirection
When u.eda a Union
It deatroya all Fret kle
ad Hiotch produclni;
IJI.H..T. ir.V . , i au isioich produclni;
it'rovl , ' I !. rTi the lk,
proauceu. Doth theae I Dnrent an that of a lUdu
result, ire accompll-d I fnild "
"y the ue of Piof i
iJarbVK lir..nKrtl..n ,.f
Horaclo Acid aud Chlo-
nue, known a.
It renders nil it
coined In eon
tact with Pure
iPh m . " Vlirmit "" u Laroe f "' to
which th . crciI Germ-deiirover la appil.abie.
of lis oaefnliioaa, or addteoa 1
T II. ZKIMN Ac CO ,
Manufacturing C'hetnlet, PIIILA DKLI'UI i.
Wcenta per bottl,; l'int Bottle.. l m
Q.E0KGE II. LKAC'H, iU). "
PHYSICIAN cfc SURGECV.
8pe-.ial attention paid to the Homecpaitilc treat,
meni or iinrvii-al riiu.dL. ai
j , ,. , auu ui.cmcs 01 women
OKHCK-On Hih itreet, oppcatte the Poit
oftlce, Lalro, III.
J. E. 8TU0X0,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo. 111.
VAPOB. ELECTKO VAI'OK a.tD MKDICATKD
A lady in attendance.
QH. W. C. ,I()CKIYN
OKFll K B'elitk Street near CnmB ercta'. Ai Oo
rn. K W. WLIITLOCK,
fpt-t'i and N't.
136 Commercial Avenne, bxtwi-ec
) ( r
m ": 4!
a m o
Manufacturer and Doaler In
6th Strooi, between Coni'l Ave. uud Lovee.
CHOKE IJORINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMUN'ITION.
Won ItaBiitred. All Klnda ol Kevi Made.
Cairo & St. Louis Packet.
Tho palatial Anchor Lino itoamnr
Will icavo Cairo ovory Saturday and Tueidiy cvn
Inn at (o'clock, Riving Cairo a dally boat for St.
For particular! a. ratea, etc, apply to Capt.
Thoi. W. Hhlelda, Oonoral Auunt, or sol A.SUvvr,
A SEETHING CAULDRON.
' Great States
Boiling Over With Enthusiasm aud As
surances Some Eed-Hot Speeches
Bobinson Nominated for Governor of
Richfield Springs, N. T., Sept. 19.-ThenetrM-r
la beautiful and the large
morning influx of delegated and villton
have filled the hotels to overfly wing and
e;iren the village a lively appearaBce. The
convention waacallerl to order at 12:05.
E. O. Lapbam waa ununlmoualy chmen
teniporary chairman. He was received
with appluue and adMrRrd tbe convm
tiou. Upon takinr tbe ' chair, Mr. Lapbara
aid: "We have.mfttat a.iuomcnt of (jreat
Unreal in the hiatory of Hepmbllcan.
Ism, and if we are faithful
to our trurtwe abalUorganize a victory
here to-day. Politically, last year
our BullRun. laughter but It we are
faithful, hu year will prove our Uct
tyburg and Appotamox. Applamc.
What Charles S. Beoln once uharcterized
an the 'Tumultuary Detaorracy ot the
MiMhiilppi Valley is now the seat of our
Kepublieaa.atrongholdi. and 'tumultuary
Democracy are found in tbe state of New
York. Hww could it be otherwise with dis
tinct and rival parties in oor ereat city,
each refmlngto surrender its organization
and each determined to end a full
delegation to the suta conven
tion at Buffalo? The result is that
tlmldol of a year ago ba been cast down
and Ii almost literally trodden tinder foot
in hia own home." Laughter. He re
ferred to some length to pauonal affairs and
closed by sttrng that by wise action tbe
success of tbe IipuWtean party could be
Boston. Sept. . The Republican state
convention was called to order at 11 o'clock
and Chairman Lodge, of the state central
etmmittee, chosen temporary chairman.
C'has. R. Cod man was appointed president,
and on taking tbe chair addressed tbe con
vention at considerable length, his remarks
being chiefly In reference to the prcsnut
Governor. He revtewd the Tewksbury af
fair and sard: "The cue man who had led
ihi crunada fonfame Is a Massachusetts
in. in, conspicuous always, of great auda
city, of ready wit, of voluble snd copious
peecb. and of a restless personal ambition.
He in man of national no
f: ety, surely, if not of na
tostal reputation, who baa often
sollcl ed and sometinai obtained the votes
of the people, but wh has never been able
toreUtn them long. This legislator waa
identified with tbe Congressional raids up
on tbe Treasury. He was the politician
HUH u-w r - - r - rvrt. . - -
I'uitcd States to repudiate their honest
debts, and so to make their great and sol
vent country a by-word among tbe nations
of the earth; a Major -General who.e meat
valuable services were m Provost-Marshal
aud never as leadur of men, and whose
successes were those of sutler and cot of
Mi aii-gist. "
lire references to Butler's political and
military record anil"uational notoriety"
were loudly applauded by tbe delegates.
Three cheers were given when he con
cluded. After tbe transaction of some
routine bus-roes the convention took a re
cess until 2 o'cloc.
Robinson was nominated for Governor on
the first ballot having 906 votts out
Democrats l SIarylax4l.
Baltimore, Sept. 13. Tbe Democratic
State Convention met at noon to-day. Ex
Gov. Phillip Francis Thomas was chosen
temporary chairman. Mr. Thomas ad
dressed tbe convention , counseling for
bearancc, wisdom and a sole regard for
public interests in lie deliberation.
A National loanlt.
Chicago, Sept. 19. A special from Vic
toria B. C, says: "The newspaper sec
tion of tbe Villard party arrived here on
the steamer North Pacific. On their ar
rival tbe principal resident members of tho
Provincial Government of British Columbia
were invited to lunch en board the vessel,
including Hon. Wm. Smith, Prime Minis
ter; Hon. John Robinson, provincial secie
tary, and Minister of France Mr. Redfern,
and mayor of Victoria, and Mr. Francis,
tbe American consul. Tn responding to
the toast, "Tbe Queen," his host felt that
Premier Smith trnncenued the bounds of
International politeness and abused their
hospitality. He said: "The annexation
of any part of British Columbia to tbe
United States is possible, but that time
WILL RKVERfOC THE OKDEH
and certainly cause the annexation of a part
of the Pacific coast sectiou of the United
States to British Columbia. The vast de
posits of coal, exhaustless timber, unpar
alleled harbors, illimitable wheat fields,
and the new type of men aud women and
unapproachable physio of tbe latter, was
poiutod to in as tbe place where the star of
empire would reach its zenith. Through
B.iiisli Citluinlila the pathway of tbe
Asiatic trode was 1,00(1 miles shorter than
by way of 8an Francisco, which bad about
reached , bis limit, and Portland
could not carry across the bars of the
Columbia river Asia's magnificent com
merce." Continuing, be said: "It Ii a
matter of deep conviction with me, aud of
many others who have attentively consid
ered the drift or affairs in the United States,
that thatcountry cannot continue undi
vided, lis population have too varied in
terests, Its different sections are too diverse.
The day will come when it must go to
pieces, and when that day comet British
Columbia will be glad to take Into her arm
that fragment of it which is her natural
Hword Dnel la Milwaukee.
Milwaukee, Wis., 8ept.19.-U. W.
Goldman and Qcorgo Muster, both under
18, quarreled yesterday over a young girl
and last nlgbt settled tbe dispute by a dual
with swords In suburb. Moslcr was se
Old-Tim THtgrraptaera' Reunion.
Chicago, Sept. 19. The annual con
vention and reunion of tbe Old-Time Tele
graphers and Military Telegraphers openi
lim e this morulug. A majority of tkso old
Jin Hop far Graalay.
Washington, Sept. 19. Lieutenant
Daiienbowtr thinks, with nearly all who
have studied tbe Acetic question, that thera
it little liopo of rearalmr, Qreeley and hia
men this fall. "It holm hard, I know,"
be said to your conrenjiondent in speaking
of the subject, "uAftau this gi eat na
tion of 60,1)00,000 people, for whom Gree
ley ami his party made the trip,
aud in whose Uehali they have put them
helve iu this dangerous poNitlon,
iHliould sit idly attbame while tlieae men
are suffering, and perhaps starving and
coolly say that nothing cautbedoue for them.
Bui tbosit who have iiad an Artie experi
ence know that to reh them by any meant
is almoot Ini possible. Tbere may be one
chance in a thousand, but no more tlian
that. Few people, you see, understand,
or at least realize the gnwt difficulties to be
overcome In Artie traveling in tbe winter.
The Ante night, It miisto remembered,
net in in October, and farmany months
tbere is no light excqpt an hour
or two of twilight at noon. Then the
storms are very freqtiert and very si-vere,
und when they rage the dark.ns ft t?hiek,
tin that traveling is impossible. Eve niunder
favorable circumstances only a few miles
can made In a day, and when you consider
that on many days you could not move a
foot, and that tbe diManre to be traveled is
from 4i)0 to 700 miles over what is connd
ered an almo-i impassible country at fav
orable times, you see tbe apparent hope
lessness of the task. "
l.oeo-ttll vei llr-wi'i Bralberbootl.
DrtNVEit, s pi. 1!'. Tbe tenth annual
convention of the( Brotherhood of Locomo
tive Firemen of tbe United States and Cana
da is In session here. President Arnold, of
Columbus, Ohio, presided at tbe ppening
'.'xerci.se. peeies were made hyCol.
Mavnard, editor of tbe IudianapoGs Sen
Mnel, Congressman Belford, ex-Goveruor
Routt, S. M. Siephmimand otaers. Henry
Ward licecher, who is delivering a series of
leel ures licre, epoke lesi minutes. About
IN) delegates arc prvseot, representing the
Mine number of lodgexand a membership
El Paso, Tex., Sept. 19. There are
various reports in circulation concerning
the rnnflici between the Mexicaus and
Apaches. Nothing definite has been re
ceived. A special from San Jose Station,
on the Mexican Central, says: Numeroua
runner came into AJo Coliente-uo-day say
ini: that tbe Apaches were rounding up
their stuck. General consternation pre
vailed all over the cutaitry. We have two
correspnnilents in tbe field and will keep
you advised of the movements of U In
dians. A I'ONlmaater tin Down on.
Washi.no I ox, Sept. 10. Ex-Pos un as
ter Couley, of Atlanta, had an interview
with tbe I'ostmar,tcr-Geiieral to-day in re
tard to bis rnuoval. He defended him
self from the charges eontisitied in Vhe
inspector's report, on which be was re
moved, and requested that ho b reinstated.
lWmaslur-lJem-ral (Jresham, after bear
ing his statement, inftanicd Conley that hut
cane wai, ck-ul, U il would not be recon
sidered by the department.
colored uian giving his name as Clarence
Smith, arrested at Hanteyville last Sunday
for burglary, and taken to tbe Danbury jail
Wednesday, has been identified is Sam
Pine, the ne'io wno is supposed to have
committed the outrage on Miss Slocum, of
Norih Salt-in, N. Y., in June last. Pine
wan. taken to Ridiretield yesterday, where
he was positively Identified by Miss Slo
cum. annoi Send ltU-f to Greeley.
Washington, Sept. 19. The Secretary
of the Naty decided that there is no law
under which he can render the desired as
sistance to the poor people on the naval
reservation at Pensaoola.
The tinal decision of tire Secretaries of
War and N'avy is that it in mot practical to
send another expedition to tha relief of
Greeley tbis year.
sir. II ill Realsoa.
Washington, Sept. 19. Supervising
Architect Hill has sent in hrs resignation to
the Secretarv of the Treasury,. He makes
no remark- in bis letter other ' than merely
to tender bis resignation. He bus, bow
ever, contemplated this frir souse time past,
as he is tired, be sa)S of being the target
of every fool in the country who think be
knows anything about buildings or building
A I.urkjr Karap.
St aunton, LI.. Sept. 19. Luckily tbe
spot on the road-bed of tbe Wabash where
the three years-old child of John Sttcbe
fell yesterJay afternoon was unusually low,
or the child would have been killed out
right by the locomotive that passed over it.
The child l not hurt seriously aud will
recover unless an aUck of brain fever
should result from the sbock.
F.x-Prlaouers ! War.
Clkveiano, O., Sept. 19. Tn Na
tional A-sociailo of Ex-Prisoners of War
began ilieli' lentil unnual session to-day.
Among those present are B. F. Blankeater,
of llariford, Conn., president; C. C.
ShHiiklln, of Cleveland, vice-president;
Hiiaui Buckingham, of Hertford, secre
tary, and delegates representing a half
dozen siato associations.
Kl. I.oul' Trade Prorestlou.
St. l.ot ii. Sept. 19. Major Rainwater
miid this morning that the trades processlou
would be the finest procession ever given In
this country. The railroads have adver
tised it widely, und one of his talesmen
who lately returned from Iowa, say. that
l he people up there will come to St. Louis
in large numbers ou purpose to seo It.
Many of thu float are already completed.
' laser! by the Mberllt.
Chicago, Sept. 19. -A Madisou, Wis.,
special says: "The sheriff yesterday took
possession of the dry goods and clothing
store of M. S. Itawlry. The lliilillltlea aio
about M, 'WO, chiefly due to Chicago and
Milwaukee firms. There are Ji'.'.OOO In
judgment notes out, and It I not believed
the convertible asset will satisfy them.
America's Ml lad Reader Robbed.
London, Sept. 19.-Mr. W. Irving
Bishop, tho American mind reader, wat
robbed last nlgbt at tbe Liverpool Hotel, ot
a large amount of money. Iu bank ot England
A lIMIaa;al-ed Hau Dead.
HAttTKoni), Conn., Sept. 19 Hon.
Wm. Faxon, assistant secrelary of lb
hayy under Gideon Weill, dietUuddejil
W -MUiOfcoi kaarl ftam, agt4 si.
atha WoalD't Hraai4 tba laalaaaliaa.
Nkw Vohk, Sept. 19. Miss Mary Klein
Is a handsome brunette ot some sixteen
vein's uud is employed to a tilk factory iu
Hiooine, near MoU streat. Mary baa
, dark, siAy balr, eyes of a violent hue and
n rl '.'tire whose rounded and luscious lioei
would tempt even St. Augustine himself.
She is decidedly plump in her proportions,
inclining even to embonpoint. There are
from lot) to i0 hands employed in tbe fac
tory, most of whom are young girls ot un
doubted respectability. In August last
Mary In some way keemingly incurred
the hostility of John Wagner, a
foreman in the factory where she was em
ployed, and, as she alleges, Wagner, ill
giving vent to hts spile, insinuated that the
charming Mary was blessed with too
adequate an amount of adipose tissue.
.Miss Klein considered this a serious reflec
lion upon her character, and without delay
brought suit against tbe man who had
charged ber with getting fat in a secretive
and unaccountable manner, laying Lcr
damage in tbe sum ot (2,000. Mr.
Wagner failed to put in an answer. When
the suit was called, the case was sent
to a Sheriff's Jury to have the damages duly
appraised. Yesterday Sheriff lavldson
and a Jury tried the case. Miss Klein
swore to the use of the word as stated,
and that she felt very burt over them. Mis
Banie Klein, her si.ter, testified that
Wagner spoke the words to her, aud that
several talked of tbera afterward. Tba
jury punished Wagner with a verdict
against biai for $100.
1 1 " 1 1 1 11
Molber a ad Hon lolled After 33 Year.
.w Yokk, Sept. 19. Frederick (iilson,
a London tradesman In good circumstances,
left his home thirty-three years ago, accom
panied by his twelve-year-old son, tellins
his wife he would take the boy to school.
She never heard from ber husband again.
Two months ago a young man went to work
atMunsell's book biudery iu London who
had been employed iu Appleton'a
bindery, in Brooklyn, and there he
met her son, Frederick Gilson.
She at onee uoauuuuicated with . him
aud received a letter from him, inclosing
funds lor her expenses' to this couutry, Sbe
sailed on the Egypt of tba National line,
which arrived yesterday, and mother and
son were united after a separation of thirty
three years. Mr. Gibson was as much sur
prised as delighted on hearing from hi
mother, for his father, who died a few years
ago, told him that sbe bad died Iu ia4.
A Well-H BrrvlB-rtosatpanyFaila.
Sit. Louis, Sept. 19. Tbe Anthony A
Kirtjn Browing Compny, which recently
fornsrd into a stock company, with Ileary
Autbrsny as president, and Francis Kubn
as secretsry, it was rumored on 'Change
this moniing, is iuanctally embarrassed.
It was qnotedoo tba commercial list that a
meeting oi creditors had beemcalled for to
morrow. 'Kb report created great surprise
in business circles, as tbe company was
considered one of tfce most solid In the
city. The llabliUea were placed by
one brewer us high. as aoinewbere between
$000,000 and $400,009. Tbe indebtedness
to one firm for grain arraounU to 10, OW.
Tbe Fourth National bank, German Amer
ican bank and a aloon-keeper named
Ebnrle are eald to be-tb heavier.! creditors.
T be- causes of the enrtaarrassnf nt are said
to le too great an extension of bu.uness and
out, and it hasiheen unable touneetmatur
Tbe Wkerimen's I'araul.
Sphinofiklo, Mass., Sept. 1!). The
parade of tbe wheelmen this m owing w as a
xuccessful and brilliant affair. It is esti
mated lhas the procession was viewed by
50,000 people. The procession, was about
a mile long, about six hundred . men being
A llrctiUa Murder.
NdKfotK. Va.. Sept. 19. Jno. Jarris
shot Ciouuis lionuey in Princess Anne
couuty yesterday with a shotgun, killing
him instantly. Tlse murderer escaped to a
WHAT THEIEDITORSI NAT.
Opinions of the Leading Journalists of the)
New Yoke, Sept. 19. The World lays;
'Tlie reduction In U price of one of our
oldest and most pooalerou contemporaries
yesterday, a drop frmn .tot cents, was a
Hiking tribute, to' the sucoesa of the
World, which tho D"-a-of'the entire coun
try will recognize. Tba World has been a
two-cent paper, puMtahta-rae Associated
Press uews and furaUstilu-; eight pages of
reading fur mora than a year. Within the
past thrcetmontbs, aawever, and under its
present management It baa gwowu iu public
favor lo such an extent that
its success baa been held to be
phenomenal. The World has outstripped
in circulation all ofj lis btawy .high-priced
morning contemporaries, with one single
exception. The Aral Journal to acknow
ledge the fact Is tbe one from which we
least expected such recognition. But tbe
recot'iiltlon Is none the less esiiiihiUlc.
What the effect upon the other three and
four-cent Journal will be remnins to be
seen, but we congratulate ourselves upon
the tact tliut good Republicans who have
hitherto been paying 4 cents for a con
solatory o it; un can now enjoy a bright und
newsy copy of the World along with It
without increased cost. In other words, 4
cents will now buy both the Time and the
The Min says: "It Is a great thing for a
polilieul party to have a mall like ilolninn,
of popular Instincts, vast experience In
public Affairs, clean bands, n great record
of public service, and a high character for
good Judgment as well as lirtiiness, li Is a
ktlll greater thing Alien this man Is one
who bus never been eoniplli sled iu faction
(ii:ii rcls oi used up in Presidential cam
paign ami whose nomination ftr President
makes a new departure In politics. The old
horses uf the two parties are many of Hum
more ur U ss worn out, so that they attract
the world no longer, but hero Is afresh,
original, vigorous, aggressive statisnntn.
Ue Is vi i v likely to take tbe country,"
The Tribune sa: "No one can furtell
the lieniocrailc nomination, but one thing
eeins reasonably certain, and tint is that It
will not go to any candidate that has a boom
siaited live or six months before the con
vetiiluu meet, All the candidates appear
to be n ware of this, and all sro accordingly
shy of being made conspicuous. Mr. Til
dun's maidenly coynes furnishes an ex
ample which they are all Imitating. Even Mr.
Holmiin, whose boom is Just now being
fashioned Into a boomerang, Is shrewd
enough to understuiid the dto. The prin
cipal Democratic Industry fu' tho next alx
months bid fair to the working up ot the
booms to kill oft uaudtdatea with, tbe can
didates who art wim will dodge- thefla.
ami kuiet lutfiMfmrf
- ;. : ., t-j
OUR FOREIGN BUDGET.
St. Johns, N. F., Sept. 19.-TbV
French fishing schooner, Mercuiy, which
arrived at St. Pierre last night from Grand
Banks, picked un on the 12th lustant, the,
two Newfoundland flshermet,,Walsh aad
Matthews, iu tho dory, having been tlx
days adrift without food and water. They .
became delirious aud opened tlwlr veins ,
and sucked their blood to quench their ter-
rible thirst. They weieso helpless that
they had to be belsted aboard tbe vessel ,
with a rope. The Mercury also brought :
Capt. Hiscnck and three of the crew of Ute
wrecked Newfoundland banker Medlanaa. 1
They knew nothing of the balance of the ..'
Paris, Sept. 19. M. Waddington wai
present at yesterday' conference be
tween Marquis Tseng and Prime Minister
Several Journals mention Waddington ai
a probable successor lo Challemel Lacour
In the event that the latter resign hi port
folio a Minister of Foreign Affairs.
London, Sept. lit. -The Times' Calcut
ta s ecial states that n published account
of the French outrages ai Tamatave tall
far short of the truth, and adds that when
the English Consul I'skenhain was dying
the French priests endeavored to force him
to become a Catholic and compelled him to
kiss the crucifix.
AC I RAMA.
Mc.LnouKNK, Sept. 19. Kavanaugh,
Joseph 1 1 un Ion , Joseph Smith and other
Irish iiifortnora In the Phoenix Park murder
trials, who arrived here August 9 but wero
not permitted to land, have been shipped
Copknuaob.v, Sept. it). Among the
guests at the lunch on board Mr. Glad
stone's yacht, yesterday, was the Czar of
Russia, Mutual toasts were drunk.
Moody nod Nankejr.
Chicago, Sept. 19. Tbe second day't
session of the Christian Convention opened
this morning with prayer services by
Moody atd Sankey. Rev. P. S. Hensan,
formerly of Philapclphia, then read a
chapter on what shall be done to secure a
more general attendance of the people
upon public worship. The paper i now
loaed by tbe "Sheriff.
Chicago, Sept. 19. A Madison, WU.,
special says: "The sheriff yest.erdav took
possession of tho dry goods and clothing1
store of M. S. Raw ley. Tbe liabilities are
about 0,000, chiefly due to Chicago anal'
Milwaukee firms. Tbere are $,m m
Judgment notes out, and it is not believed)
the convertible assets will satisfy them.
1 tie nd la rl u.
Scran ton, Pa., Sept. 19. The Fair
town Breaker, iu which an accident occur
red two week ago, resulting in the death of
two men, is hurtling this morning. It was
fired by an incendiary. Several dwellings!
are also damaged. Tbe loss 1b estimated all
$.M),000. Five hundred men and boys are
thrown out ot work.
Nchaefler and Nexton.
tibial ft nWI" ' Mo' ' Srl)t ' 19- Tne
" an,) "Tdi,1J? tbe lr,iin "I Sea-
put up Job. It Wit SmUwj.wi. tn bo a
an advertising dodge. The bllliardrst
leave to-night for Chicago. It was a clever
( barley MeComaa Not Found Alter All.
CliK'AOO. Sept. 19. Dispatches to th
Uultcd Press Association from J5I Paso,
Texas, say tbe reported finding of Charley
McConias in New Mexico is considered a
blackmailing scheme. No official confir
matliMi has reached El Paso either from
Denting or Casa Grande.
w THE MARKETS. v
SEPTEM BER 19, 1883.
CATTLE - Receipts 7,500; dull; ex
ports Kf tWfaW M ; ifood to choice ship
ping quoted at Kt lO'.d!) 7,i; common to
fair J'l Sordt 90; feeders and stock
ers ftlu?3 DO; Texan $0 Ooiott 40; butchers
at 2 OWl 00.
HOGS Receipts 15,000; market
Is 1,'iu higher; light at H !W(af 20; com
mon to choice mixed packing M 50734 77;
common to fair packing $4 70fa3 10; fair
to choice shipping $4 M 10.
TATTLE-Ex porters $0 OOfoMs 30; food
to heavy do & OOtoU 00; light to fair 00id
I Vi; common to medium M il 90; fair'
;o good Colorado $4 OO.'rfa 10; southwest $3 75
a'18o; grass Texans $1 2ira4 8j; light to
;ood Mockers IMai TO; fair to good feed--is
t.'l 7.Yc4 2o; common to choice native'
jows and heifers fr- &(4 00; tuallawags of
my kind $2 002 40.
S1J EEP We quote" common
to .medium $2 6CV-);) 25; fair
to good Vi ftOffltf.l 75; prime 3 90Of4 20;
fair to tcood Texan fci b(dtt U5; lambs
ja tK)W4 50.
HOfiS Yorkert 'at $4 8Yt 95;
$4 41'rVrU H5 for rough tn good mixed pack
ing; huichors to extra heavies $4 90fa5 20.
WHEAT Lower at 93 October;
96 W. November; HiS December.
CUitN-Lower; 4S'.Ya)S October;
year; 4s'. Mav.
OATS-Inegular; '.'TS October; S7
year; ill '.US' May.
WHEAT Lower; closing at 98V Oc
tober; flOl'i November; $1 03 V De
CORN Lower; 45 October ; 43
November; 41U year; 44 '.(rf44H My.
OA I'S-FIrm; 25 October; 25 V year;
io H May.
WHEAT September $1 10V; Oc
tol.er 1 11W; November 1 13V;
December $1 15V.
CORN September 61 ; October 62;
November 61 V; December 69V.
OATS No quotations.
Couulrjr Produce. "
BUTTKR-Dalrr 2lfrf22 for choice to
fiinev; 1215 for fair; i10 low grade.
EG'gs Steady at I7i17S.
pt M LTUY-Sprlng chlckeni Fancy large
J2 2.V2(M, choice 2f(2 10; fair to good,
sized H Mt- 00; small and sci'Ubhy$iral 2ft.
( il. I chickens Cocks 42 2fft2 60. mixed
(cocks and hens) Vi 7,Vir)3 00 ; choice to ;
fancy hens f I 2nf3 60; spring ducks Vi 25rd
2 74 snd young turkey 12c V lb.
fSew Tork Moaejr Market.
Nkw York, Sept. 19. Money eaty at,
SW2S; inline niercanLlle 5(47. Bar sU
verllil1., Exchange steady nt 482 log.
4H5 slight. Govarnmcst heola stroug, -
States lecurllie dull. BfLH
rm. . juu-iJ