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St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv I-ino KimuinK
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0 From Cairo,
Makino Dirkot Conmkotiop
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f bt Uu.l Aud Chicago. rriviBit at St. Loula
luittt p m., and t'htrtio T"."
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m ; lrdlAn.polle 4:W n.m. J V"? ?o Vtl
u" train react th. above Hm. 1 W
IJuL'KS tn advance ol any other route.
nrThcl'W d. m. express baa Pl'U VA
M?K?k?."cA Cairo ?o C'.te.tu... ..Hi"
hMiir,uia through aiefer lu ht "
Fust Time Ktwt.
r. cn.wrafii brtiii"'eothr"u!ll,0J;Vt"
rasseners erB pt.t wutout ...y a:y
uaed by Mndav Induing. The ftr;
soon train from Cairo irrlvea In new York Mndiv
orlug.ttO:. Thirty. U bour.lu advanceof
VKorXoJKh ticket. r.d further iuform.UoD,
,rYlXo Cm.il lilind Depot, i nto.
,P T 4 II jON SB. Ticket Agent.
A. H. DAK SON. Oen. Pi. Aiett. Chicago
R. R. TIMK CARD AT CAIRO.
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Express 11 Kl a.m.
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v n. a.n. del. OB nfrom 7:atimto
P.O. box del. orer from
Bnndite (fen. del. open from
a J -' A,A nniin frnm
...a. m to9n m.
,..8j. m. to 10.m.
.. tn. to ln::torc
Urn. to incltyp-p-. .7-
((AlKoHAPTIST.-Ornur Tenth mitf I opur
J etreete; preaching t-verr Stimlay mo nit.g and
BUhtit otial hour. Ptayi'r n..e.;.--it Wedui'B
d nliiht : ut:d rhool. ";M a rr
cay nmnt . A w ycjAUA, rtor.
tllL'RCH CP 1UK KEDEKM KK (Kplpcop1
Vj Kourteenth atreet; Hnndiy " oti m., Holy
Cortmunlon 10:30 a. m.. ori.lu(r Prayer. 11 a. 111.
Sunday tcnoulVp. m.. EronlrK Prayerf 7:iu p.m
P H. Davenport, 8. T. It. Hector.
L'lUST M188IONARV BAPTIST CHURCH.
T rrearhlnR at 10:80 a. n.., 3 p. m., and 7:S0 p. tn.
lihath echool at 7:80 p. m Rev. T. J. Hhorei,
1 fill KRAH -Thirteenth itrnet; aervlci hab
a bath 1:30 . m.; Hnnday ichool 2 p. tn, Rev,
MKTHODIHT-Cor. Klifhtb and walnut atreet),
Prearhltig Sabbath 11:00 a. m. nd7:!)0 p. m.
nday Schoulat A:Mif. m. Key J. A. Hcurrott.
1KK8TTKHIAN-St(jhth )treet; pFeachln on
1 Babbath at 11:00 . rt.. and 7:80 p. m.; prayer
BeUn Wedneeday at 7:3') p.m.; Sunday Hchwol
at I v. m. Rev B. Y. Goore, paetor.
CT.JOHKPI1 Roman Catholic) Corner Troa)
O and Walnut utreou; wrvtcea Sa'ibath 10 :80 a.
ai.; Sunday School at i p. m.i Veenera 3 p. m.; aer
rice every day at 8 a rn. Kov. O'Uara, l rlcxt.
CT. PATRlCK'H-( Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
0 atrool and WaahlnRton avenne; aervlcea Sab
oath 8 and 10 a. m.; Ve.pere 8 p. m.; Hnnday School
1 p. m. aervlr.e every day at 8 a. m. Rev, Miwtoneis
Mayor Thomai. W. llailiiiay.
TrfMttrer-Ciiarl. F. Nullia.
Clerk Dennl). J, Koley.
Connaelor-Wm. B. Ollborl.
an A BP or AtDIHMIM
lirt Ward-Wtu.McHale, Harry Walker.
Second Ward-Jem Hmkle, C. N. Iltmhe),
Third Ward-B. V. Blake, Kgiiert Smith.
Fourth Ward-Charlei 0. Ptlet, Adoiph Swo.
Plfth WM 0li- l.ancaaler. Henry B'out.
Clro'iltClerlc-A. H. Irvln.
Ci anty Judge J. It. Rohlnann.
('( an y Clork-S.O. Uumm.
County Treaaurer-Mile) W. Parker,
IherltT John Hodpi.
County CommlMronera-T. W. Hallway, J. U
M(ikT tuA 8u.
OH 0 LE.K A!
'I'ho inoiit poworltil AntiHeptio
KNOW N .
WILL PKKVRNT THK CII0LKKA.
Tht moat powerful An
ti.eptic act nt which
chfrnUtry ha produce!.
In u.e either inter
nally or cxtertmlly rfn
d'ra all It ci nit-a In con
trt with, pure, wet
n1 clean, the produc
tion of diRi-aie-gi-rta
ccitaoa and the patuni
When umd on Illcra,
t-cnldrt, linrna, Btupiion
and Snrea it itupe all
I'am, eweeten. t ho t art.
auJ proiuute the rapid
formation of n e a 1 1 hy
It iaa fHcte.Mlilliihcrl
by Sclfiir.e '.hut rrany
dl.oa.ea are introdiii
by putriiltaiimi, which
reproduce Itself and
proposal!.-, trio dl.eaxs
In ever wldnln circle
Thcio d'acarea cennr
tecritai;ion and flu the
air with death. Such I
that druad Turror,
which la now devaatat
ing the Kaat md mi
vauelnkC ou It ml. .ion
of death rapldlv towrd
our borc. ti.hvr d,f
na.ee ot tu. nine .ort
are I)iphttieia, Typh
oid Fevur, Hi'rlit Kever.
Mm 1-Pdx. M e a a I e a.
Yellow Fever. Erylp
ela., etc. AH tbnao Ren
erate Ciint.L-lnn. fithnr
It expn.ure in a an k
room. Cedar, Cloai-t or
Mib.e pur flM the A
mi-.phere and drivua
away the germ i f d:a
eae and death.
Taken Internally It
dlaea.e. Ke vc r and
A(U-. Ma aria! Kever,
ic., ariau from conta
Kion which come of
nation or uncleaun'-aa.
All theae l)leaie can
be cured only hy .top
piuit the production of
Mi-ea.o Germ, and du
ttroving tho.u alrejdy
produced. Ifoth theae
reaulte are accoinpllfh-d
ny the uae of 1'iof
ltarhy'e preparation of
Buraclo A ld and Chlo
rine, known a.
I ptirlr)ca the htotu' h.
! Kivlng it tono and
healthy vitor It ia Ima
! that It cura Indl'ffti'in
: and D);epal.
' When ued aa a Lotion
It duatroy all Freckle
aud li.otch producing
j germa, leaving Hie akin
clear, white mid t-ane
Parent aa that -f a little
It render "lilt
conies in (-.intact
Space dw i 1 ot permit ua to name of the uae. to
wh.cn th'. great OeniHleairover la applicable.
Ak yourDruifiilat for printed matter detcriplive
of It naefulneii., or addrea.
J. II. KEIMN Ac CO.,
ManufacturltiK fVmlat. 1'IIILADKLPHI A.
W) centa per bottle. Pi nt Bottle.. l u).
Q.EORGE II. LEACH, M.D.
PHYSICIAN cfc SURGEON.
Special attention paldlo the H mei'pathlc treat,
mtnt r,f .urk-iral di.MH.e.. nnH ril...k... nf w.imMn
and chl dren.
OFFICE On ll h atri-iit iniiirni.i 11, - 1,..i
office, Cairo. 111.
JJR. J. E. 8TKO.NO,
120 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOIt, ELECTRO-VAPOR and MEDICATED
HAT II 8
A lady In attendance.
H W. C. JOCELYN,
D K N T 1ST.
JKFl" S E'lhth Street, neir tNirarj errm' At:0
iyi K. W. WUITLOCK, (
Off its No. 13 Commercial Avnue, bitwi.ee
tt-H'l N!t,t Hl't.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
8th Strcei, between Com'l Ave. uud Lovoe.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMUNITION.
Safoa Keonlrod. All Kind, ot Kuv Made.
Cairo & St. Louis Packet.
The palatial Anchor Line itcamor
Will leave Cairo every Batnrdar nd Tueaday even
tng at 8 o'clock, giving Cairo dally boat for St,
For particular! a ratoa, etc., apply to Capt.
Tho. W. Hhlelda, Qeueral Agaul, or Sol A. Sliver,
U1R. ILLINOIS, SATURDAY
Chinsse Sailon Not Permitted to
Land in America.
Postmaster-General OreBbam Sits Dovti
on Mr, Dauphin's Lottery Mail A
Young Tighter-Odd Fillowe' Grand
Lodge News Summary,
Washington, Sept, 21. Mr. Jamei,
chief of the cuatoms dlvblon of the Treas
ury department, was uked thin morning
whether a rco.ut'st bad been made by th
Chinese tonhul at New York for permli.ioa
to land the ( hlnee tailon recently brouebt
to that port. He a aid the matter bad net
been brought to the notice of the depart
ment, officially, but he. bad received a tele
gram from New York thia morning aaklng
whether a decision bad heeo reached in
the caae of the sailor, in question. Us
hid replied, he laid, that the queatiou bad
been decided by Judge Potter, In New
York, last August, the latter holding tn the
iase of J. Fork, a Chinese sailor on the
Britthb utearjitblp Pembrokeshire, that
Cbinene sailors were placed by law on th
same footing ai other f'hlnene laborers and
could not be landed. Mr. James said s
similar decision bad been reached at San
Francitco last year. lie said also that the
Treaury Department could not construe tha
law, that being a matter for the courts.
He thought Judge rotter's decision was all
that was necensary in tbi particular
Washington, D. C, Sept. 21.
The nomination of Edward Ncuminn as
examiner of teas at San Francisco, made
by the collector of that port, baa been ap
proved by the Secretary of the Treasury.
IRISH KRPl'BLIC NOTES.
Washington, sept. 21. The Secret
service division of the Treasury oYpsrtment
has received from Boston one of the $5 notes
of the Irish Republic, previously reported
in circulation there. It is said by the
Treamry experts to be a fair imitation of
th - 1'nHed Sute4 Treaiuiy notes.
no mail ron lotteries.
Washington, Sept. 21. To supply cer
tain omllon in tbe order receutly Usued
by the Poatmakter-fjeoeral, forbidding tbe
delivery of registered letter to M. A.
Diuphin. it has been amended to read as
follow: ' 'In pur.uanoe of the finding of
Poatmaitt-r-General Key, which finding re
mains In full force, It Is ordered that all
poiitmanters be, and ate hereby forbidden
to pay any money orders drawn to tbe order
of the M.. A. Dauphin, aud they are here
by directed to inform the remitters of
laid postal money orders that pay
ment thereof bas been forbidden, and
that the sum of such money orders will be
returned en preaentatlon of duplicate order
upplied for and obtained under the regula
tion of tbe department. All postmaster
are also forbidden to deliver registered let
ters arriving at their offices directed to said
M. A. Dauphin, and are instructed tore
turn all kucIi rpgixtered letters to tbe post-roaster-,
at the nftir- at wbtcb thev wer
orifinally wlled. with the word "Fraudu
lent" plainly written or stamped on tbe out-nidi-
of such letter.
ifroeJ) w . V- Oeksham,
I he Eduratloaal Coovmllosi Ml Loola
vllle. I.ocisn ii.li, Ky.. Sept. 21. Twenty
three staus and tbe District of Columbia
were represented at tbe Educational Con
vention at Louiavtlle yesterday. At 10 a.m.
the convention was called to order by
Cbitirruaii Beckler. Coiigrettsmaa Albert S.
Willis, o Kentucky, then moved a resolu
tion to the effect that as measures were
pern 1 1 in,' before tbe last Congress of tbe
United States to aid popular education
that the convention now assembled at
Louraville mot heartily approve the
adoption of said measure of educa
tional legislation or of any other
which shall embody tbe same principle.
Tbe Rev. J. L. M. Curry of Virginia, agent
of tbe Peaoody fund, then opeued the dla
cnaslon on tbe subject of Federal aid to ed
ucation in a speeth wbich lasted nearly an
hour. Tbe MibUnce of bis speech wat
couched in two fundamental principles,
viz: Tbat aa the foundation of our Repub
lic la laid upon tbe intelligence and moral
worth of its citizenship, tbat such a thing
aa self-goverTJroeut with the Ignorant is not
only Impracticable but impossible. Tbe
more education, tbe more liberty. He con
Nidered tbat a nation's intelligence wai the
ktepptng-stone to Its glory. Other speak
era followed tbe Rev. .1. L. M, Curry,
among whom were Dr. Dlckerson, secre
tary of the State Board of Education of
Massachusetts; Congressman II. I). Money,
of Mississippi, and the Hon. Albert W.
Willis, Congressman from tbe Louisville
District, Kentucky. The special discus
sion of the financial appropriation toplo,
was then merged Into a controversy respect
ing tbe education of tbe colored race, at tbe
close of which the convention adjourned for
Rarra hi ( bleago.
Chicago, Sept. 31. The Chicago Driving
Park has added another race to its fall
meeting programme a purse of $1,000,
pen to all stallions, to be trotted for on
the first or second dity of the meeting,
onlrle to close October 1. The moetlng
will be hold October 0 to 13, ami entries,
except to stallion purse, close September
24. Purses aggregating $17,000 are offered.
4 onrlaey Beat tbe Record.
Auburn, N. Y., Sept. 21. Charles E.
Courtney accomplished 1 wonderful feat to
day at Union Springs, on a wager of $1,000
with James II. Itrlsler, tha. he could not
beat the best time on record for a three mile
race. Tbe best time Is 20 minutes and 14
seconds, and Courtney rowed over a meat
tired course, of three miles In 10 mlntitei
and 27 seco.ids.
Important to Lawyer..
I kpfekaon CITY, Sept. 21. The clerk
of tbe Supreme court announced the fol
lowing, which will be of Importance to the
legal profession! In all cases returnable to
the October term of the Supreme court the
transcripts are required to be filed In the
elerk'i office on or before Monday, Octo
ber!. Kx-Uonaal 4'rpey frit!.
Omaha, Neb,, Sept. 21.-Suit bai been
logan In tbH United State District court
against L. W. E. Cropaey, et-oonsul to
L'lienmlu, Qermany, to recover $3,400 be
eruuemrled fromtMgwinii Avbll bold
toff that aWlttM.
feraad I. ol M4 Fellow.
I'kovidkncii, K. I., Sept. 21. -Iii the
Sovereign Orand lodge of Odd Fellow,
thlMuoruing, was first taken up the ap
peal of L. D. Freer, of California, from
the action nf;the(Jrand lodge of California
relating to Ut i question as to whether
ini iiibi rs who become Incapacitated by rea
son of old age are entitled to the benefit, or
are subject of doimtioii a their neeesslilee
mat require. Thu (irand ledge of Cali
fornia took t!i flatter view and their
di ci-ion wai MiHtuliicd and the appeal die
inisvtd. Tbe pprnl of I). L. Murdoch from tbe
'tcin.li nf the Orand lodge of Illinois wa
The, appeal of E. E. Burt from the ac
tion of I), L. Gladstone lodge No. 5,
Manitoba, wan sustained.
Tne appeal of J. W. Surles from tbe
anion of i ti,. fin,,,,! 0dge of Michigan, on
Urn que, iion of benefits, w a sustained and
tbe (inind but? of Michigan ordered to
require the Michigan lodges to pay Mr.
rturiea' beneilu from July 19, 1880, to
January 24, 1861.
Tbe appeal of Win. Blatt from tbe action
of the (irand lodge of Dakota was referred
back to tbe (irand lodge of Dakota.
The appeal of It. . McQuillan from tbe
(iiatid lodge of Pennsylvania wa dls-in;-ed.
Tbcfudiclarp committee reported, appro
ving all the decisions of tbe Qraud Sire,
III rMdttttrar Bl, Exploalon.
Pitts BCKU, Sept. 21. - Yesterday'!
boiler expiolou and It terrible result
was the all-aliorbinj topic hore to-day. No
mole deal hi have been reported, but Wm.
Stewart and Wm. Hodeman arestllllna
precarious condition and will probably die.
Je-ie Douglass reported dead last night,
is still living; ber conditiou is such, how
ever, that death Is expected at any moment.
Louis House, one of the victims, will be
buried thin afternoon. Hi fellow-work
men. numbering several hundred, will
attend the funeral In a body. The cause of
tbe explosion is till euveioped In mystery
and will probably reiunin so, as tbe s only
persont who couid tbrow any light on the
condition of the boilers before the explosion
lire dead. The opinion of expert will have
to be relied on for a coroner's verdict. In
' sli'Mtiou by the coroner ba been post
p uied until Monday next. Tbe scene of
tin; disinter baa been vielted to-day by
i Th 4 hleago raaetvr But War.
Chicago, Sept. 21. The war on pas-
senger rate between Chicago aud Loula
tille, after remaining at H M for two d ay,
took a sharp turn downward this nioru
iii. and at this hour (noon) are selling al
V, with a rebate of $fi, over tbe Parr
Handle, and 4. with a rebate of tt, over
Hie I.ouist lie, New Albany and Chicago,
making the actual rat- to Louisville fl.
The object of il,c r. bate ticket is to pre
vent persons from takiug advantage of the
Louisville rate to go to Iudianapolls and
other Intermediate points. Tbe Louisville,
New Albany and Chicago are also sell
ing straight three-dollar tickets to Louis
ville, good for three day, and round-nip
ticket, good for thirty daya, for it), tbe
regular price one way. It I impossible to
I my what the next move will lie.
Xkw YiniK. Sept. 21. Suit hai been
commenced in Ihe Supreme coum by Leslie
K. Hosson, btother of the well-known
billiard player, against ih
In. m..,,,,! B.i.- company
to recover KV,ti0U drmags for in
juries received In a collision on that road on
the nth int.
Mi. Mary McUough recovered a verdict
in the Kinirs county court for io,0t)0 dam
ages for the loss of ber husband, who was
killed by the Long Island l ulroad lu
March, KO. The railroad appealed to
the general term, which bas Just given a
decision affirming the verdict of tbe lower
Chicago, Sept. 21. Georgo J. Payne,
an expert printer, aud owuiug considerable
property, became acquaiuied with Mrs.
Irwin, a neighbor. Both were happily
married and have families. Tbey bad been
meeting clandestinely and then she went to
St. I.oui. Fayuo raised all the money he
could from his friends, mortgaging his ef
fects, ami disappeared. Thoy were seen
together later on, aud it is believed they
have eloped to New York.HMrs. Irwin'i
hmlialid is a traveling salesman, who li
now out on a trip.
A Four-Year Old 4'rlaalMl.
Nkw York, Sept. 21. In the Recorder'!
courtat ri;rson, N. J., yesterday, Leo
nard Foldcn, a 4-ycar-old boy, was ar
raigned on a charge of having asanulted a
boy three year, his senior, named II) man
Styles. The youthful prisoner was dressed
In a kilt waist and kirt, and tearfully
.uthed out his version of the affair. The
othi r boy had some cake which ho refused
to share, and for his meanness be was hit
on the head with it stick, The Recorder
put the yniing prisoner under bonds to
keep the peace.
He l)eervetl II All.
C'uLL'MlilA, S. C, Sept. 21. -A special
fruin Slimier, S. C, says: Yesterday a
regro in tlio upper part of thu county out
razed a white girl, Bettiu Dixon, twelve
year of uge, f A slater of the girl in trying
to protect her, was stabbed by the negro,
but not lainlly. Last ulght a party of( citi
zens took the negro, tied him to a tree'.shot
lil m and then beat him to a Jelly ami left
Healran War Veteran.
('AKMI, III., Sept. 21. -The annual meet
Ing of th e Mexican Illinois Veterans' asso
ciation, which was held at this place, ad
o timed at noon yesterday. The preseut
officers were chosen for the ensuing year:
Col. Ferris Foreman, of Vamlalla, being
presldeut, Vaiiilalla was crimen a th
place for meeting next year.
Nwnllowetl by m I breaker.
Caiimi, 111., Sepi. 21.-(iteen Ornham,
while threshing at Big Prairie, this county,
yesterday, slipped and fell Into the mouth
of the machine, aud before be could be ei
trlcatcd hi leg was torn from bUbody. Ha
still survives, but Is In a hopeless condition.
k Wrecked Train.
Hradino, Pa., Sept. 21. -Early tbli
morning a Philadelphia and Roadlug rail
road coal train was wrecked near Hover's
Ford and tome cars thrown off the track
and damaged. Traffic wan delayed several
hours. No one hurt.
A atuMott rbatna-e.
Chicacio, 8ot. 31. The Dally Newn
Independence, Mo., special tayai "The
eold wave from the North wrebed hare
shortly before tmm 4Mb) inonvltg. Tht
Aiilliouy t Matin' l.lnblltlle.
St. J.ocih, Sept. 21. Tbe Anthony A
K iih it Brewing compiuy's creditors met
yi siciday afternoon at tbe brewery nfflcc,
corner of Menard and Sidney streets. Four
ti.'ibs of t!ie creditor, seven of whom re
women, were represented. Tbe largest
creilliors are Theodore Tarn, V7,f00; Ma-thiUli-
Tlmiherger, $18,000; Robert Scbroe
ler. !!.! 10; c. Hoppe A Son' Malt Co.,
l.4ti; E. F. Hoppe, 46.000; Htisse A
I.ooinj,' Ice ( n $u,712; Pb. Brockman
Co.. .ft), We; Cults. Ehlerman Co., $7,.
I.'.S; Fourih National Bank, 22,600; Me
( hanics- Bank, tlT.ftOO; J. M. Ward A Co.,
il'.tHfO; Tei. hniann Commission Co., $7,292;
Mrs. K. Schnslder, fH.OOO; Fred. Raacke,
K).ixj. Attorney Rassleur, repreaentlnf
several of the .argest creditor, offered a
reso uiion to plica tbe estate in tbe hand
nf trustee selected from tbe largest credi
tors. Hi. resolution was carried and
and Tbeo. iTam, E. F. Hoppe, Chaa.
KliN i nun, Fred. Becker and Ja. L. Huso
wriv appointed. Later Henry Raacke, a
creditor for$o,000, entered an attachment
suit against tbe property. Hla action
practically annulled the resolution
adopted, and Anthony and Kubn will like
ly be forced to make an as.lgument for tbe
benefit nf their creditors. It my also
Mine incin to suspend the business, ai
litigation Is certain to ensue.
Ira. I.ana-lry'a Partner.
Nr.w Yokk, Sept. 21. Iu club clrolen
here It is said that tbe EnglUb papers, with
an eye to tbe taw of libel, did not copy tbe
Hrilcle relating to Mr. Lingtry and Fred
die Cicbhardt, and consequently nothing la
known across the water about their traveli
in tins country, excepting by a few club
men. who correspond with friends over
here. Mr. Langtry, it Is understood, still
lives on his pension of $3 s week In Wales.
Tim Lily sent for Gebhardt, who
soon after Joining her, tele
graphed for Talboys to come over,
and Talboys sailed day before yesterday.
Talboys is one of the brightest dinner ta
ble companions of tbe day, and he made
the famous watering place tour in the pal
ace car last summer a contlnutl laugh,
amusing Mrs. Langtry and keeping Fred
die awake, Mr. Langtry it anxious to
have Mr. (iebhardt run his horses in Eng
luiil. and Mr. Talboys I to have charge of
the stables, helng well acquainted over
there. Mr. (iebhardt may not return with
Mrs. Langtry, but will soon Join her here,
and will have, It is Mid, a partnership In
terest in her tour next season.
Tbe Enrllh Advocate.
Nkw York, Sept. 21. Tbe Exeoutive
Committee of the Bar Atsoclaiiou of tbli
city has adopted resolutions of welcome
and respect to Lord Coleridge, Justice
Bowen and Sir James Haven, Inviting there
to a reception and entertainment In thi
hall of tbe association October 16, or sucb
other day as may be appointed. By direc
tion of tbe committee Mr, Da Costa, ttit
chairman, appolutod Mesm. Choate, Par
sons, Seward, Robinaou, and Hives,
committee of reception, Messm. Carter,
Butler, Shipman, Couderl and Patterson,
a committee on invitation, and Mesars.
Stetson, Patterson, Vardnum, Dilaway,
aud Ducr a committee on entertainment.
Burial il Janln Brain Booth.
Boston, Sept. 21. The funeral service!
over the body of Junius Brutus p-.:" lU
actor, was held at the w -"" Hmue,
Manclu-"" "" 3!' Jrc,erda.,r afternoon
i o clock. A large numbur of Mr.
Booth' personal Md profmmoual friend
were present. Rev. Cyrus A. Bartol, of
the West Church, Boston, preached tbe
funeral sermon. Among tbe profesaional
gentlemen present were FMwIn and Joseph
Booth, Mr. Tompkins, Mr, Lothian, Mr.
llalstead, Mr. Nickerson, Mr. Procto.
There wore many beautiful floral tribute.
Mr, Booth's remain were interred in Rose
dab; cemetery. Tbe burial was private.
hi. i.t.-.i.-i rreparluar lor Ulu.
Sr. Louis, Sept. 21. Lord Chief Justice
Coleridge of England is expected to arrive
here the latter part of next week. Prepa
rations are bciug actively made to tender
htm a proper reception upon bis arrival. A.
committee ha been appointed, consisting
of prominent merchants and member of
the bin, to make a' I the preliminary ar
rangements and provide a place of enter
tainment during the stay of the prty in the
l'eiiolou t'herk. ntmlnUhlag-.
Sr. Long, Sept. 21. ton. Edward re
potts that the pension checks are beginning
to diminish la number. Of the 18,000 pen
sion claim figured on tbe roll, one-balf of
them Including a few of the heaviest
have been paid from the St. Louis office,
leaving on the roll at present 9,000 unpaid
claims. The pensioners still seem to pie
fer making their drafts on the treasury
rather than on tbe loual banks.
I h Liberal l,eao.
MlLWACKKX, Wl., Sept. 21. The
seventeenth annual congress of the National
Liberal Leagueinot yesterday morning. The
congress will last three days. Two hun
dred and sixty-three branohe are repres
ented. Ex-tiov. Chantey, of Boston, will
deliver an address to-morrow, Charles
Waits, the noted London Frce-Thluker,
who is one of Bradlaugh' colleagues, will
leeturo on Sunday.
Floaerly Ike Avenger.
Chicago, Sept. 21. The Irish Nation
alist ot this city have appointed a com
mittee to act with Congressman Flnuerty In
learning from the Secretary of State what
measures, If any, tbe Government of the
United States Is disposed to tako to have
O'Donnell, the iivengT. defended ut hi
approaching trial,. O'Donnell being at
ahol on a Fat aa.
Nkw Ui'HNHioK, 111., S. pi. 2t.-Adlftt-cully
occurred ou the faun of Oeorgc Buy
er, lu Ihe northern part uf Johnson county,
yesterday evening, rcstiiuuq lu thu slumi
iug of Frank smith l John ami Itankln
llimcrio.i. Several souls were tired on
tioih siib s, Smith w siruck lu the right
arm and side, and It is thought he will die.
No arrests bate tu-uu made.
lillleil A Negro Willi III) rial.' ,
CINCINNATI, Scwl. 21, Lust lllgllt at
lorklnnd, ten mile north of Cincinnati,
Plillllp Kubn, it canal boatman, quarreled
l.i Kain's saloon with P.r.eklel Lee, a col
ored tnnu, over a game of card, and struck
Lee with bis 1st, knocking htm against a
counter aud killing him almost Instantly.
Kulmwas arretted al 3 o'ulock this morn
ing on hi caual boat.
Am Elevator Bnrned.
Chicago, Sept. 21. A Portland, Dak.,
special of yesterday yi "J. K. CargillU
c levator, containing 80, 000 bushels of wheat,
bumod." Li 940,000 to $W,000; luiure
OUR FOREIGN BUDGET.
London, Sept. 21. -R-porti have teen re
ceived In London from Montreal tbat another
Canadian bank Is in difficulty. The leadlnf
batik ofiVUiM and tlnanclal authorities hare
aj they have private advices that Had
deny these rumors.
IXIING NOTHING KOR O' DOMNHLL.
London. Sept. 21. It is slated ui
O'Donnell bus expressed disgust at the fact
that there has been no step taken In Ire
laud to procure funds for bl defense. He
is reported as laying bitterly;
"Its like them Dublin Irish
men." He said, also, If neonaaary
.",000 could be collected within a week to
save the life of a man who committed too
most popular murder since tbe shooOstg of
The Pail Mall Oa.ette say that It is au
thorized to declare that the visit of Glad
stone to Copenhagen has no political ilg
hiticancc. A committee, of the Lancaxtershlre opera
tives appeal to tbe Trade'a Unlonieu of
ftroat Britain for assistance for tbe striking
weavers. Ten thousand weaver are Idle.
London, Sept. 21. A Pari cor respond
ent In summing up the situation of affair
between France and China, says: "The
question I, shall Tonquln belong to China
or France. If this question Is solved ail
wbl be settled, but neither of th parties
will admit thi as it aim. The aam cor
re.poml nt state that In the memorandum
submitted to the Chinese government
France offer to establish a neutral xnne In
Plnnlnc Mill and Losaber Blase.
New Yokk, Sept. 21. A flte this morn
ing destroyed the planing mill of Robert
Ellis, whose loss will reach $15,000. The
mill was surrounded by piles of lumber
which also fell a prey to the flames, and
which mostly belonged to U. L. Schuyler
A Co., who estimate their loss at $70,000,
The latter was almost wholly Insured.
rncllUla In Prlaon.
New YoiiK, Sept. 21. Jack Dempsey
and Jack Boylan. the pugllioU arrested
yesterday when about to engage In sJJbox
Ing match, were arraigned iu court to-day,
aud under a section of t o penal cod were
held in $1,000 bail each to keep the peace
for one year. In default of bail tbey were
both locked up.
A Uoitd Many Nharoa.
Wall Stkbict, Nkw Yokk, Sept. 21.
2:45 p. m. It is said that a pool to take
100,1)00 shares of the Oregon Trana-Conti-nental
has been formed. Tbe present un
settled and seak condition of tbe market
ii attributed to tbe syndicate, who wish to
secure the stock at lower figures.
Milwackkk, Sept. 21. Tne safe In the
warehouses of Helm Bros, and Wleland,
Callaway A Co. were blown open by bur
glars Thursday night. Helm Broi. Iom
Is $200 and Wleland, Callaway & Co.'!
A '' Leaklna;.
PORTs.'WTH, N. II., Sept. 21.-TB
.-... icii Muios su-amcri Tennessee 'is re
ported leaking and carpenters were sent
from the Navy yard. She will be brought
to the yard as quickly as possible.
Nfcw Yokk, Sept. 21. u. u. uu,
Co. ' Mercantile Agency report failure
throughout the United States and Canada
for the past week at 188,'comp'ired with 171
for the previous week.
SEPTEMBER 21, 1883.
CATTLE Receipts are 7.000; ex
ports $5 r ifaVi 3,1; good to choice ship
ping quoted at Kl WtM 80; common to
fair $;t !) evel l; feeder and tock
ers $,10714 ID; Texan $3 7.W4 80; btitobern
at $2 LVaH 00. Market strong; gooi to
beu lOfiiilOc higher.
HotiS Rcce-ipi 14.500; market
I ftoilOc lower; light, at $4 "ftVrA'i 40; com
mon to choice mixed packing $4 50roM 75;
rough packing $1 4.V34 70; heavy pack
ing and shipping $( 7iVa),1 10. Market
fairly active; light grades steady ; heavy and
CATTLE Exporters $." 80rl 10: rood
to heavy do $.' in rf.1 76; light to fair $4 00ia
I il; common to medium $1 401 t); fair
'.o good Colorado $4 Midi 10; southwest U 7J
34 M; grass Tuxana $,') 2,Vn)4 2.1; light to
food Miockers $i !0(M 73; fair to gooi feed
ir $!l 75roU 2u; common to oholca native
sows and heifers U 2.V44 00; scailawag of
my kind $2 00', r 2 40.
SHEEP Common to medium ti 50Y
3 25; rairio good W Mi,t, 75; prime fcl K)
rail 2.1; fair to good Texan $2 "bid'i 5;
lambs m mtai 00.
I lOOS Yorker at $6 005 20;
butchers at $0 OdorM 20, and packer at an
extreme range of $4 50r5 00. Active,
exulted and higher,
WHEAT -Irregular at 95V October;
97i November; HS'- December.
t CORN-Unsettled; 50 .October; iS
year; iV)V May.
OATS-Firm; 27. October; 17W
year; 82 May.
WHEAT-Hlghrr; closing at $l 01 Oc
tober; $1 03 's November; $1 054 De
cetnbe,'. CORN Irregular; 40V October ; 44.j
November; 42S year; 44f3l5 Mav.
OATS-Stronger;25H October; 25 W year;
81 '4 May.
NKW YORK .
WHEAT October $1 I2H ; November
$1 15; December $1 17 V; January $1
CORN September J October 62H
November (CIS; Dcc-mlier 60',
OATS October !i'V; November 87;
December 88 V.
BUTTEn-Datrr 21ftf23 for choice to
fancy; 12'dM for fair; eVrflO low grade.
F((r" Steady al I7fil7) .
pol LTUY Spring chicken Fanoy large
$2 2.VflJ3v. choice Miti 10; fair to good
sUed $1 -VloM 00; small and scrtihbvtKdl 26.
Old oVckens-Cock $2 2.MJ2 50, mixed
(cocks antl bens) $J 7iV3 IM ; cbolee to
fancr hens M 2.Vrf:t 50; aprlug ducks $2K,V
2 75 and voting turkey 12c "M in.
BACON-Shotilders, Ksffi bami liu)
New York Honor Hark,!.
Nttw York, Sept. 21. Money ewy al
202. 1 prime mercantile lrdl. Bar all
verlldta. Kxobange steady at 48J looc,
. h ijoverniuent bnmki atrooi,
g urui, ,uut. Kail way taafcs
Ifcsa. - J M,
486 light. Ooverniueut bnniln atrooi.