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LLiNOIS CKNTKALU. K.
ShorteHt and Quickest Koute
St Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv I Aug K unman
0 DAILY TIlAlNd
Making Direct Connection
v rr 1 1
K ASTERN LINKS.
rwim Lt Cir:
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ArrWti.it io fet Loui 9.45 a.m.: t,bieaK.:P.m.;
"ofci.Vong at odm.nd fcflli.iih.oi M Unci
Bill, Louisville. Indianapolis and P"lnt Ht.
II: J . H.m. Ht. I.oui Hint S'strii
arrlvbsgtn Ht. Uul.7:Wp. ni.. at.d eonLtciln
for )f points wi.
:i:5U i.m. 'itt Kxpreiw.
Krt. L.ul and Chicago. iurwn.g at St. Loots
tH:K)p m.. and C'hlcfcuu ni
p m.Ciru-inntili l'".xprn8.
m.'ij t clnci-natl ?: : 'u,,rl;i!:D15
. m.; Indianapolis :" m-. 1 "T.V
this tram rckch '.he above points 1 J to ,JJ
HolKS tn advaucij ol auy other route.
rw-Thi-a-Yi d m. express '' ITI.IW A
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if.iinifri.nid thrciub slwpers io H' .".! n
l'iist Time? l-.t.
f , .....nwmu J thin Hue go through to Ksst.
rJlSSeniJCrS.rn point without ny delay
caused by Huod.T Intending. The V,,',"J,11'Vlr:
toon trafn from t'slro .trtves In ne o-k M nriar
oornlu((tlO::to. Thirty mi hour lu advauceol
YirKor"hroB(ih lick-' nd fi.rO.er Infotinatloii,
"ptv l Illtnol. Central lullroad Pepm. slro.
J. U. J0NK. Tir'' Awut.
A.H HANSON. (Jon Pa AC"t. Chicago
K. H. TIME CARP AT CAIKO.
ILLINOIS I F.STKAL U. K.
T.ansDenart Trait: Arrive
:06 ro. 1 Mil - I:" a m.
C. ST. I.
11-M m, KipKK .. .11 li.m.
... 8 !0 p.m. I 'Actum liVi p.tn.
S. 0. R. K. (.Itckson route).
,. 4:4M.m. I Mail Csip.rn
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a c. n k. (Narrow -trance).
... . Ona m. I Express I :H i m.
Ki AMad ... 0:i m. Ki. A Mill. .4:.np m.
Af&om 12:10 m. I Accom : p.m.
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Kipri WWp.m. I -Express f.W p.m.
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Mali A Ec.
Arf.m . . ...
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.1:45 a n.
Krflkht fi " p iu.
mobile a kiiio k
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Dili except Surtrti. t DhIIt.
ARRIVAL AM) DKrAUU'RK '. K
1 C. K. R (fbrciiutalorl; mil. n
I I'm VU
n p. in .
9 p. tn.
fl p. III.
A i. m .
4 p. in.
" iKoiilheni Dl
Iron Mnuntaln K. K
Tem & St. I.oula K. K...
Ht. LoiiH C lro K. K...
M'M Her arrlfei Weil .
" depart Wi'd,,
P 0. een. del. op n from.,
P.O. boi del. 0. rr Irom.
f- p. m.
7 p. m
b p. m.
sat. A Mon.
Kri. A Sim.
7:;iem to 7 pro
,...h t. m to Hp. ni.
Knfi!ti uir . iW.. onen from.. . .Ha, tn. to l"a.m.
Smiiliti iin did. open from...., m. to 10:anam
tNJTB Chang' will ho puMMied from
lime to tlmo In city pp;'r J ban c onr card ac
eordlni(ly. M. ! Mulil U . V. M.
CAIKl) BAPTIST -Comer Tenth itn" I'opur
Vatreetp; preaching evi rv Sunday mo nlDEtud
nU'ht at 0nal hours. Prayer rjii-v. hit Veilui'
tfay uliiht; suinlay school. a. m.
hi'V. A. W. V.OiiAlIA, Patnr.
WIUHCU Of THE KKDKKM KK l Kplscopa1
U Konrteenth itreeti HnndKy 1W ui., Holy
Communion 1:S0 a. m.. .riili.R 1'iayers II a. in.
Sunday tcbool 8 p. m., K nlun Prayers 7:' p.m
f. y. liavenport, 8. T. It. Hector.
I IUST M1SKI0NAKV BAPTIST CHt'KCJl.
r Preai Mux at in Oa. n-.,3 p. m., and 7:30 p. m.
AsMiath ictiool et 7;S( p. ni Ke. T. J. hhoree,
IUTHKHAN-Tblrtotiuth itreet! aervlni hair
bnib l:o a. m.-, Sunday tcbool it p.m. list.
MK1H0D1ST for. Klijhtb and Waliiut streeta,
Preaching Sahbalh ll:il. m. nd7:30 p.m.
t,mlaj brhoi.lat 4 :0 p . m. Ki-v, J. A. Sc.irre.tt,
1 JKESBYTKHI AN-Sl(ihth ilrt: preac.nlnu on
1 Baht atb al 11:00 a. n.. and 7:!Wp. m.; prsver
meetlnii Wednesday at 7:8') p.m.; Hnnday Schnol
al H p. ni. Key B. V. 'Jeore, pastor.
ST. dOSKPH 8-iKoiiian Catholic) Corner Crust
and Walnut ttrect: aorvlcea Sabbath li):9n.
si. I Sunday School at 2 p. m. I Vesnert 3 p. m.i ser
fires avery day at 8 a m. Kov. U'Hiira, rrlesl.
CT. I'ATHICK'H ( Human Catholic) Comer Ninth
O atrnet and Washington arenne; terylces Sab
oath 8 and in a. m. ; Vesper S p. m. ; Sunday School
Ip, m. iorvtr.es orory day at 8 a.m. Hev. Mitiitont'i
Mayor-Thorn!. W. Ilalllday,
Treasurer Charlc F. Nelli.
Clerk Dm nl. J Koley.
Cnuulor-Wm. li. (tllhert.
ihl-Ii. II. Meyer.
BoanD or aLDinmri
flrt Ward-Wni.Mr.IUk', Harry WalUi r.
Sei.ond Ward-Jesse llinltle, t), N. Utiuhes,
Third Ward-B. V. Hlake, Itguort Si.iiih.
Knurth Ward-CharUt O. Pallor, Adoipli Hwo.
'"pifth Ward Chaa. l.anr.atter. Hanry S'out,
' " Cmiuty omceiH.
Circuit iludgo-0,.!. Maker.
ClrcriU Cliirk A. H. Irtln.
Connty Judro .1. II. HoMnon.
Conniy ( lerk-S. ) llumm.
Countr TriurrMllc W. Tarkeri
Sheriff John lloduut.
Coroner K. Fltsgerald .
County Commlsaronert-T. W. Halllday, J, r,
1MmIit Md Vt Btap.
ii H 0 L E It A !
'1 lio most powprful Antinptin
WILL PRKVKNT T1IK CH0LEEA.
Tht most powerful An
fsepttc aci-nt which
chftulstry bat producori.
Iih use elihr inter
nally or ixternally rrn-di-rn
all It ci nica iu con
tact vtlili. pure, swiiut
and clean, the produc
tion of dlscast-Kirias
ci aset and tbo patli ni
'A'Lnn tisud nn L'lri rs,
Scalds. Hums, EiuptioDs
and Sor It .lops all
I'ain, swt(!iis the t nrt
and romotei Ui' rspld
lormntion of h a 1 1 U y
iiierrns nf DInphi
It Is a fHtt eptibllshed
y Sclcnco '.hut n uuy
disea-es are liitro.hneft
hy pntrlllcatliin, which
reproduces lln-lf m,d
propoxate the dlseae
In ever widening circles
Those d si a-es kciht
ate contagion and All the
air with death. Such It
that dread Terror.
which is now devwust
ltK tbe Kast and ad
ranciiiK ou Its misslor
of death rxpldl) towarili
our shores. Other dl
eiics of tht nie sort
are Dlphtheis, Typh
oid Fevi.-r. scarlet Kever.
Kma l-I'ox, M e a a I e s.
Yellow Kever, Ery-ip
elas.etc. Ail these peu.
erate cuntanloii. Othur
diseases K ever and
Ajru Ma ariai Kever,
etc , j-lse from cunta
Klon wheh comes of
dampnut. unheiliby sit
uation or tincleanne.
All these tll..ar.a ran
It exposure m sick
room, Cedar, Closet or
Suh.e pur fles tbe At
mosphere nd drive
away the germs of ill
ease and death.
Taken internally it
; purines the Stomach,
I Kivini; It tnnu and
healtny vieor It It 'hu
I thai It cures indiifi ftiou
: and Djspeptla.
When used at a Lotion
; it destroys ail Kreclcle
, au i ILotcb - producing
Kernit, leavlni; the skin
! clear, white, and fans
1 parent a that ,f a llttlo
be cored only hv stop
ping tbe production of
iM.ease (terms and de.
strovlug those alreidy
produced. Huth these
results are accomplish' d
nv the use nf prof
Darby s preparst-on of
Buracio Acid and Chlo
riue, known as
It reiideri nil it
routes In r in-
iBct with Pure
Space doet i ot permit as to came of tbo uses to
which this crctt Germ-deitrover is applliable.
Ask your Dniu'ittst for printed matter dorcr.piivo
of Its Ufefiiliie-", or addles-
J. II. EIMX Ac CO,
Manufacturlni; Chi-mlsts, I'HtLAOELI'UI .
W) cents pt-r bottle Pint HottU-s. in.
II. LKACU, M.D.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of suruical diseases, and aiseases of women
nd chl dren.
OKKICE On Mih ttreet, oppitite the I'oit
office, Cairo, 111
JjU. J.I;. STKONO,
129 Commcrfial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAP0K, EIJICTHO VAPOH .nd MKD1CATKD
HAT I IS
A lady in attendance.
K W. C. .IOCKLY.N,
D K N T 1ST.
IJKKI' E -E'rhlh Street, nesr Cumt ercia.' Atmi
It. K W. WIIITLOCK,
Ornn-No. 1 3 Commercial Avenue, between
ir'i and V t) Streets
"2 . 9
- M V
l-M 3 '
i -3 s
a s !5
Manufacturer and Dealer Iu
Ath Btruui, between Com'! Ave. mid Lever.
ClIOlvB lJORINO A S TEC I A LTV
ALL KINDS OK AMU.NITION.
iafo Heaalrnd, All Kind ol Kev Mndn.
Cairo & St. Louis Packet.
The palatial Anchor Lino steamer
Will eavs Cairo every Aalurday and Tuesday oven
Inn at (I o'clock, Ktvliift Cairo dally boat for St,
For particular a rate, etc, apply to Cnpt.
Ttioi. W. Shields, Qonaral Aitunt, or Bui A . Sllvtr,
flAlKU. ILLINOIS, SUNDAY
FAILED TO FROST.
Interested Persons Pronounce the
frost Prediction a Failure.
Latest Advices Bear Them Out in Their
Opinions-How it Afiaoted the Vari
ous Markets of the Country Losing
Confidence in the Signal Servioi,
Milwackkk, Wli., Sept. 23. Dmp
ni-Mi prrvenieil frott In thl ImriMdiate vi
cinity Un muht, and tht thermometer
ringed in the neighborhood ot 50 decree
t the railroad office-. It It r.id there wai
frost along tbe Council BluBi divlnlou oi
the Cbit-Hgo, Milwaukee tod St. Paul road
hut the extent of the d.majt it not known.
The Signal tervioe reporUgive no indication
of frost in this sute, tbe wind having been
loutherly- In the latter part of the niijht. It
It now blowlnar off the lake
and the air raw, with pros
pect of cold day. Markets oo 'Change
opened lower than yesterday, tad oommis
slon men place no confldeuco In tbe froi-t
report. It is thought that the posnble un
lettled weather may have tome effect on the
market, ta the froiu will erve to keep
them tiff. Half an hour after opening
wheat had gained one-quaiLer of aceut.
Special to broker and to the evening pa
pert nay there wan no frost in tbe stale, but
report are meager.
From (tie Ureal Weak
Chicago, Sept. 22. Report gathered
by the Associated Pre last nicht through
out tbe great corn belt of the Yv'est.ibowlng
that tbe anticipated general frost had not
been realized, had a quitting effect on
'Change t b is morning, and trading opened
wit bout a change Id price on any cereals
from yesterday 't close, except corn, which
wa half cent lower. Up to noon fluctua
tion were only such at are cuatomary.
ST. Pall. Mlnu., Sept. 22. Report
from tbe following placet In Dakota nay
that no front appeared there laat night:
Kargo. Bismarck, Jamtstown, Huron,
Pierre, Grand Forkt and Mitchell. Lu
lulh and Fergn Falls, Minn., alto report
Mo rrt la OtU.
CLU BLAND, Sept. 22. Beportt from
tbe following place Id nortbtrn Ohio lay
there wan no frost last nUcbt: Warren,
P.ilni-tvllle, Atbtabula, Jefferson, Cbardon,
Ravennt, Medina, Akron, Youngstown,
Tiffin, Sandusky, Norwalk, Fremont.
Sm al Hempbia.
Memphis, Tcnn., Sept. 22. No frott in
this section laat night.
Nina ply KenaalloBal.
Si. Louis, Sept. W. The vcnsational
story that a young lady of Albuquerque,
M., Mis I.uluiireeo, hsd taken the
veil at the convent of the Sacred Heart,
South St. Louis, without tbe knowledge of
her family, turn out to be untrue. She
btd left behind ber at ber bouse tome very
tllly letter, half love and half religion,
from some prieit or monk in Chicago,
whence she came to St. Loula. Being over
twsnty-ona year old, the was allowed to
take tbe veil on August 15. Of thit fact the
duly informed her mother, who, Hlttatd,
meant to lecture and read the letten men
tioned. The rrealdeat at Newport.
Newport, B. I., Sept. 22. Pretidcut
Arthur Ih to-day th guest of Coruellut
Vanderbilt at a luncheon party, to be given
io tbe latter't reside nee tbit afternoon. He
will attend tbe meeting of tbe town and
county club to be given by Mn. Washlug
too. A. Roebling. wife of tbe engitieerof the
Brookly "bridge. Mr. Boebllng, who it still
III. expects to be pretent aad there will be
an address by Bev. Dr. EJIit. President
Arthur has decided to tinlth all toeial fet
tivltiet before going to Wett Island, to that
there will notbiag but rest on bi return
b"re after tbo exvrotiea at Brlttol on Tuet-
ay, His son, who left for Boston, will ac
company bim through part of tbo trip.
Tb Iowa Campaign.
Chicago, Sept. 22. Tbe Oubrntoril
caruplgo in Iowa It being conducted with
universal vigor this fall. The luei
outlined prohibition and protectee
tariff on the tide of tbe Republicans, and
llnan.a ami tariff for revonno cm the tide of
tbo Democrat!. Tbey are calilog aoino of
the strongest men Into the campaign. Ben
Harrison has been on the stump for tbe Re
publican, Gov. Hendrlfkt for tbe Demo
crat and Congressman Wm, S. Springer of
Illinois it la tbe city to-day on bis way to
tbatttate, where be will beglu on Monday
a series of optecbes lasting until the time of
ftrbnefer Will I.ear lor Parte.
Chicago, Sept. 22.-Jtcob Scbaefer ttyi
when Sloon Issued the challetigo to play
bltn for the billiard cbaiuplonsbip at tbe
balk line game, it was known thut bt,
8ohaefer, had t game on with Vfgnaux, In
Parle In November. If Slosson would Isiue
a challenge In the regular way after that
match it would be accepted. Sebaofer will
leave New York for Pails October 10.
Baiiory ll'e Had.
Ottawa, Out., Sept. 22. -It I believed
that Charles Harris, a young Englishman,
wat murdered by I wo deserters from Bat -tery
B, named Owles and Hatton, near
Kington la May lout. Harris had a small
tarn of money in bit pockets when he fell in
with tbe deterteit, to obtain which, ii it
thought, they put him out of the way.
ratal Rallroatl Accident.
Akron, O., Sept. 2!. -A fait wet
bound expreat on thr. N. Y. P. and 0.
railroad this afternoon crashed Into the rer
of a freight train tide-trtoked al TtU
madgc, tbe next nation east from here.
The pattengcr engineer, .lohn Hull, wst
killed and tcrcral of tho train men Injured,
but not fatally. Tho passenger engine and
two freight cart were burned. Not a pi
enger was hurt.
DlallBa;nlabe lllae Dea.
New York, Sept. 22. The death it an.
nounoed at Summit of Ber. Dr. U. F. Hat
field, late Moderator nf the PiPiliynoi ian
Bow We vet l he I'lear-de-Ma Niantpe.
New York, Sept, 22. The steamship
Maine and F.lbe, which urivedfroiiiKump
lUl, bt ought 200,004 tuuMuts
jiTKTiti v iitnviMi ni,i.m;r r-: rr. . , - -
M I SIR NUBTH HE A.
Nordenakjold Explortn Oreenland
Haar of Oseelor-
Copkn it fiKV, Sept. 22. - Newt htt
reached hei u via Thurto, Scotland, of tbo
later movement of Pref. Nordeoskjold't
party. On September 4 tin explorer ttarted
with his men from Antltlktlvick, Green
land, ami nenctratcd a distance of 3d0 kilo-rin-lres
inland and attained a height of 7,000
feet above tho tea. Human beings never
before succeeded ill getting to far Into the
interior nf Greenland. The whole region
is a d.'scit of ice, proving conclusively thit
there Is no pcn sea inland. A old
tlrcani, inducing very low temperature,
flow a'nng tho northweit coast, but the
W'ntlieron the eastern tide It nottevere
and vchscU c an re icli that coast In autumn,
rioiemor Nordenskjolu obtained other
V.WXiBLB HOIKMTiriC DATA .
When the party wm 140 kllometret east of
bn glacier border, soft snow prevented
Ihetn from proceeding on sledges, and ac
corilinu'v Laplanders wtre tent forward on
n iw sho' . The rest of the expedition
visiied tbe northwest coast between
W'algaitel and Cape York. Esquimaux in
formed them that two members of Greeley't
p:irty hud died, and thHt the rest bad re
turned to Littleton Itland. Noidenikjold't
expedition ulled south from Kgedesmende
on August l'i ami mado short ttays at
Iilghit, .Itiliiiiif staiib and Frederlckulal,
but h e prevented them from proceeding
eastward through the tound north of Cape
MAKE THK ATTEMPT
three time. They went ouUlde the Ice
field to latitude bH degreet, remaining con
tintully in aight of laud. South of Cape
Dan a band of drift Ice was forced and on
September 9 tbey anchored In
a fiord newly visited by Esqui
maux, where remain of tho Norman per
iod were found. Thus It was that for the
tirst time since the fifteenth country that a
vessel succeeded In anchoring on tbe east
coast of Greenland, south of tbe Polar
circle. After trying In valu to anchor In
another fiord more to the north the part v
returned to Keiklavik.
THE SWEDISH EXPEDITION.
London, Sept. 22. A letter dated Aug
ust I, received at Stockholm from Lieut.
Honghaid, commander of the DJoupkna,
state that if tbe vessel it not freed from
tbe ice this year he Intends to tend borne
twelve men In September, and remain
himself with tbe rest of the expedition
another winter, but if the Djuupkna is
freed from tbe ice he wlil complete bit
chart of the Karas. a. In that event be
bopet to reach Norway in October.
Washing i o.v, Sept. 22. The twenty
tiist infantry, stationed at Vancouver Btr
tucks, will remain there and not exchange
pols with the Tenth infantry, stationed
on the lakes. Tbe expense of transfer would
le too great to Justify the proposed
LIEUT. -COL. A. W. KVANA
was to-day placed upon the retired
list of the irmv. having been found
by the Retired Board Incapacitated for
active service. This retirement fills the
'ast vacancy which existed in the four hun
dred of tbe relired list.
Condition oM he Treasury to-day: Gold
coin and bullion. JSW.919.3SS; til'vei dol
lar and bullion. Jd 19.1 4.1, 013; fractional
silver coin, J27,2fi,970; L'nttPil States
t es. V2,!tt0,0o; total. J4iH, 279.377.
Certificates outstanding: Gold, j.'KJ,292,
S4o; silver, J7fl.bS2.091; currency, $11,.
NOT Ml!. KOLOER'S Ht'gl.N'EM.
The president of the New Orleans Nation
al bunk, againit which Postmaster-Oeneral
Grp'liam's recent order iu relation to lottery
compan'es' mall matter was directed, has
bad an interview with the Secretary of the
Treasury on the stibjeet. Secretary Folger
told him tbe question of tbe delivery of
mall matter to tbe bank was iver which bo
had no direct control, that being under tho
Jurisdiction of the Post omen department.
The onlv question, he said, which he (Sec
retary Folger) bad to decide wat, whether
the action of the bank, In becoming the
agent of a lottery company, to receive It
mall, was the proper subject for Investiga
tion by the Tressurv department.
The nomination of Frank E. Bernard by
I be Collector of Custom of Chicago to be
the examiner of teat at that port has been
approved by Secretary Folger.
I1RMI.04 K RAKE DUTIABLE.
It has been decided by the Customs divi
sion of the Treasury department that hem
lock bark is dutiable under provisions of
the tariff act which fixes the rate of duty for
' 'extract hemlock a nd other bark used for
iau.A.r." '-4' '- of duty under a
provision In the free list.
A liansiasj lair.
Junction Uty, Kas., Sept. 22. This
District court has beeu in session this week.
ThnmasiBriigg, for manslaughter in the
fourth degree, was sentenced to the peni
tentiary for ono year, and John Goodman
was sentenced to two year for larceny.
Tbe Davis county fair, October 3, 4 and 5,
protnlkos to be a regular harvest Jubilee.
The greatest possible prosperity It enjoyed
in every Hue of business In this neighbor
hood, and the Fair association have man
tged so that tho Interest It universal. The
great attractlou will bo tbo blcyclo race en
tbe afternoon of the 5th, for a premium of
a fine nickel-plated Columbia blcyclo,
worth J123, offered by V. U. Chirk. This
contest is opened to all Kansas riders, and
Hie co ncspondi'iice Indicates u lively com
petition. Tbe Fair association offers a sen
oud premium of 2f.
Coal Itinera Blaaaiuiteil.
Sr. Loi ir, Sept. 22, -The coal miners
itcro. the river are again very much dis
sallstled with their wages. Tbey now de
uianil 2 vtf cents a bushel and pay fwr
"everything that comes tip.
This means pay for the
H'le slack which the operators dump out
to burn up by spontaneous coiuluisiloii
and which they could not irlve uwav. They
stopped work yesterday at the Har
mony mines, on tho I. & St. L.,
but began work again this morning, the
proprietor, Mr. 8. A. Wcissenborn, ao
cordlug to their demands. At tho
I)u'.oh Hollow mine they were on 'he
eve of stopping when one of the com
pany put in an appeartnee and promised to
pay them what they usked. Other opera,
tors will HUly hive to do the same.
Boston, Sept. 22.-TI10 unllulsbnd 2;I9
race yettcrriar at Mystic. Park was wou to
Jsv hy .1. II, Thomas. Time, 2:29.
SueM'so-ead Bay, Sept. 22. -First raw,
one mllo dash Vocaiio Or, Huron sec
ond, Tlgan third. Tint UtOk. Frcucb
ott pa)d Jia.
A11 ElopcaioikS at riUtkari.
l'ri isitrjltii, Pa., Sept, 12. A romantl
elopement occurred last nlgiit on the
Slot h side, which ctilmloAtod In a mar.
r u e. The young man In the ease It a glass-
riiiin' named Fisher. The younj; lady Is a
0,111:1111 r of John Philips, of the well
kin 'Ho iron firm of Oltvar Bros. A Phillips,
I'lie v.omg people had beea keeping com
punv fur i.me time withorH the knowledge
of 1 he w.iing Udy's pareoU. A day or two
auo i be secret leaked OAJt and there was s
scene at the Phillips mansion. Tbe stern
parents forbade thtlr dangtitar having anv
1 1 1 1 1 ir more to do with tbe glass-cutter, and
compelled her to promise to give him up. Hut
Miss Phillip had no tntewtlon of doing
o, Sho at once set about removing her
wardrobe by piecemeal to herslster't
house, a short distance in the country.
This accomplished, she notified ber lover
thai she was ready to flv with him. About
I o'clock last night Fischer called at the
Phillips residence In a ctrriage, halting In
the rear of the house. Tbe girl was ready,
and so was her mother. When the latter
went to the front door the daughter ran out
the back door, and thence aero a potato
field, followed by the old lady. Youth and
brainy won the race. The young lady
reached Ihn carriage in advance of her pur
suer, and being helped in by her lover, the
vehicle lattled away In tht darkness. Pur
suit was made, but tbe runaway! mo
ceeded in evading capture, and thit morn
ing they were Joined in tbe bok bon is of
wedlock. The end will be "God bless
yoii, my children," a nothing can be al
leged against Mr. Fisber except that he Ii
not a millionaire. The young couple will
spend their honeymoon traveling in the
My Lord ( nleridc.
Niai-.uia Falls, Out., Sep!. 22. Lord
Chi' f Justice Coleridge and accompanying
guests left Buffalo at 10 o'clock yesterday
morning on a special train by the New York
'cut 'al railroad for Lewiston, where they
viewed the Niagara river, and arrived here
at 11:13 o'clock. Intending to make only
a fh ing visit. Their time being limited, it
was previously arranged to show His Lord
ship us much of Niagara's country at pos
sibie iu a few hours. Four of Brun
dale's coaches were in waiting at the sta
tion and 1 he distinguished party were driven
to Prospect Park. Gnat Island, Whirlpool
Kapld". Table Rock and tho Burning
Springs. The freedom of all points of in
terest was accorded them. His Lordthlp
did not go behind tbe great sheet of water,
but was deeply Impressed with the grand
scenery. The party were eacorted by United
States Consul Ma). James T. Low, and
nothing was wanting to make their trip en
joyable. Tbey returned to Buffalo at 5:40
last evening in tbe same special train by
which they came down.
Taken from Jail mm Hanareo.
Cit arlottk, N. C, Sept. 22. List night
the Jail al Rockingham, Blchmoud county,
was sujroynded by a party of mounted
men, all marked, who foroed the jailor to
give up the key, and tbey took tbe colored
boy Archie Johnson from one of the cells
and rode off with him. Tbit morning John
ton '1 body was found dangling from a tree
In the woods near Miuoa't erons-roada, be
tween Laurel HIP and Laurowrmrg. John
ton bad been hanged for a Urutal assault
committed on a young whtte child, aired 5
years, akwit one week- ag. - - Johnson was
20 years old. He was captered after a short
chase, and though tbe Imptrlae was ttrnns;
upon his csptor to string bim to tbe nearest
tree tbey finally decided to take bint to the
Rockingham Jail nd let tbe law take Its
course. News of tho outrage was not long
In spreadtm: throughout the county and the
Indignation of the people naturally found
expression in hanging the brute.
Caldwell Did . Take Her.
St. Louis, Sept. 22,-Col. Churchill,
the father of the minting girl. Mary
Churchill, made his appearance at bis of
fice thit afternoon after a business trip to
Topek i. i,,:i at Topeka he thoroughly
Investigated the movements of Caldwell
previous to that persnn'i departure for
.Mexico, and is convinced that Caldwell had
nothing to do with Mary's disappearance.
Caldwell after visiting St. Louis, went
right through to Topeka and was alone
when he arrived. When be left Topeka It
was for Kansas City, from which point he
went to Mexico. On all of these trips
Caldwell was alone. Col. Churchill said
he should not hare gone to Topeka only
that he bad btiHlnesa here, and only made
the Investigation purely for tbe satisfaction
of his wife, ax ho lias for some time felt
that the Caldwell theory was a false one.
Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 22. -In the
Court of Quarter Seslons to-day Mr. F,
Haas, who was committed to the lunatic
asylum August 31, on the eettlfieate of two
doctors, was discharged upon tbe testimony
of the resident physician of the asylum anil
a city doctor that Mr. Haas was a sane
in. The question in relation to how bo
came to be Incarcerated was not before the
court, only the question of sanity. But tho
judge emphatically condemned the manner
i which the orlgiual commitment was ob
tained, saying it wut without a beuring,
and no man should be deprived of bit free
dom without a trial.
Tbe Hay Tbey do It Io Kenlncky. )
Cincinnati, Sept, 22.-Tlniei-.siar.
Lexington, Ky.,spceial tayn "Lasttilglit
Col. It, S. Stradcr, the well-known horse
man, thot and killed Bradford Foster, a
negro employe. Sliader was told that Fos
ter bad turned a itallton In with a valuable
Alley. He got a shotgun and wen to hit
stable, Foster ran, but was tired at by
Sirader He returned, and while advanc
ing ou SUade, the latter fired twice, killing
Foster. Mr. Trader guv himself up and
was admitted 10 bail.
Don't Know Tel.
Milwaukee, Sept. 22. -The National
Liberal Lenirtir p:is-cd iho forenoon In dis
cussing whether or not they should enter
politics. No decision was pitched, ltw.it
decided, however, to discuss and adopt the
platform repori of the special cummittee
section by section with the understanding
that If they do enter politics they will go
In on such a platform, which may now bo
A llellKloua ( eremnny Poalpoued.
Cincinnati, Sept. 22,-The ceremony
cunfcrrlng the pallium on Archbishop El
der, let for September 80, ha been post
poned without date, owing to delav In send
ing the pallium from Home.
A Meet Ion ol VlllartVa Parly.
Chicacio, Sept, 22. -A tectlon of the
Vlllard purty, including a portion of (he
German guests and Mayor Harrison, of
Chicago, lenchcd this city this morning.
-yuneo Victoria wat highly Indignant at
Iho publication of an Important letter from
tbe lato Prince Albert to. a German frnd
11 a Muiicii Miraali
a nororlao Io Wfcktlilwi.
New Yoke, fopt. M. Tbi atockhohl-
er of the Metropolitan Opora House com
pany have been alarmed by the receipt of a
, letter notifying them that they will be
; l'il','"il to pay $1,200 Md possibly (1,800
e u ior tneir boxes, to which they have
supposed they WPre entitled without charge
In v lew of the fact that tbsy have each con
iribiitcd f 13, 100 towards tho eoottrucileo.
I he following hi letter sent by Kdmund
C. .-tollman by order of the board.
"I be; to notify you that In order to pro
vide for taxes, interest, etc., the board of
diieiim, have ordered that a
char.'!- of f20 per box be
chai gi d for each performance nf Ital
ian opera and that an agreement to pay $10
extra for each performance if such be
deemed iiec.esnry by the board of directors,
be sent to the stockholders for their ilgna
lure. As tbe fall and spring season will
cover, it i expected, sixty pcrforinsiic.es of
Italian opera, will you pleue send a check:
for Jl ,2"") to the order of Sontber KottnU,
fcq.. Iiea-,urer, and sign and return the
inclosed sstreenient ou or before Oetobor 1.
!ss.1. All stockholders who shall not have
psid for the boxes and executed the agree
ment prior to October 15, 18S.1, shall be
de nied to have Aaived their ilgbU, and
the -is of their lioxet tor tbe season will be
sol I for the account of the company."
The enclosed agreement reads as follow;
"In consideration of tho use of ray box,
with six admissions for each performance el
Italian opera (lin ing the season of 1SH3-84,
I enclose a check for $1,200. I ajfrne to par
such further sum, not exceeding JsK),wbeii
such payment Is called for by the board ol
director, within ten day after notice of the
tame sbill bn .Ivnn."
The action of the board of directors baa
occasioned much grumbling among the
theatre stockholders. Counting the Inter
est on his HS.OOil of slock and tbe above as
sessment, the next ope, a season will cott
each stockholder ii, 100 to $3,700.
Neat i an I notorial Aeylnna.
New Yoke, Sept. 22. -Bernard ttalla
gher, a brother of Dr. Gallagher, bow un
der sentence for life in England fer kavhtg
been concerned iif-certain dynamite plots,
was to-day, in a Brooklyn court, sent te
the Inebriate Home at Fort Hamilton for
six months. Bernard was arretted with
bis brother in Glasgow, but tecured his re
lease, there being no evidence against him.
He has fallen Into drinking habits since hit
return to this country.
OVER THE OCEAN.
ft bi.in. Sept. '2J. Arrangement are
being made hy tbe Irish National League
for a series of mass meeting! In America,
which will be addressed by many prom
nent Nationalists. Including John Red
mond, who is now In Australia. Redmond
will return from Australia by way of San
Francisco, which place he is expected to
reach in November.
ADDITIONAL POLICE rORCB.I
Many townships in Counties Clare and
Limerick have been proclaimed as being in
a disturbed sta.e and requiring additional
Dublin. Sept. 2t.-It It rumored that
the British gover-
some of Ihe , , . .oil
nellltct ihroJJ: C1""'!" i
pursuance. ot n-
nounoed 1,0 0 . 'at" Milllowu
and Mil' ,,IV- County Clare, bare been
KN ft LAND.
London, Sept. 22. Christine Nilsaon
sailed to-day for New York on tbe Gallia
SEPTEMBER 22, 133.1.
CATTLE Receipts are 1.500; ex
ports Jo 9Hr! 33; irood to cbolca ship
ping quoteii at t 10ri SO; common to
fair W 9054 75; feeders and stock
ers i,1o'4 10; Texans fci 20(34 80; butcher
at J2 il.V(i4 00. Market nominally tinn.
HOGS Receipt fl.000; market
Is 6c higher; Hrxht ht f4WV5i.V; com.
mon to choice mixed packing f4 80754 TV
rough packing $4 50O4 SO; heavv pack
lug and shipping $4 83fM 20. 'Market
fairly active on packing and shipping firm.
CATTLE Exporter $5 80fW 10; ravj
to heavy do JJ 50r5 74; light to fair U OOfw
I 75; common to medium H 4044 90; fair
U good Colorado i-IOOrdiO 10; southwest $3 7i
o4 S3; grass Texan $i 2iXa4 ; light to
rood stockers f Md;l 74; fair to good food
srs W 754 25; common to choice native
;ows and heifer a ay4 on - 8illawa ot
ny klnd$2 00! 40. 5
S H E E P Com mon to medium ti Hid
3 25; fair to good M 553 75; prime. 13 "
faH 25; fair to good Texans i 76xVt3 96:
lambs VI MM 50. '
HOGS Market steady but quiet. York
ers Jo00i)3 15; rouirh to good mixed pack
ing J4 fx f4 90, chnlcn do J3, cnoioe to ex
tra buicher fo 0KJ3 20, skips W 75f
WHEAT Hurtioi t Mj Outober
97 H November; 99 X December.
CORN'-lligher; 61 Si October; 48
year; oOV May.
OATS-Hlgher; 28V October; 27
year; 32 May.
WHEAT Higher; closing at $1 00 Oc
tober; 1 04 V November; $1 usj De-
CORN Higher; 40Sf40 V October; 44
Novemoer; US year; 45 Mav.
OATS-Hlgher; 20 October; 24 V year:
31 'i .May.
WHEAT September SI II V; October
M 121; November Jl 13; December fl 17V
Ml WV; January $t 19Srtfl9S.
CORN September 62 V raWU; Oetubiir '
uftklV; November 62V; December f Vis,
BUTTER Ditry 21W23 for choice to
fncv; I2rrl5 for fair; Strfli) low grade.
EG(" Scarce at IS.
pol'LTKY-sprinif chicken" Fanny large
f2 2.V2ftO, choice 2rrf2 10; fair to good
-i,i,l hi Mkrf-J HO; small and crnlilviiini -
Old chickens Cock ti 2ft W 50, mixed
(conks and hen) J2 7SrrM ou; choice to
fancy hen Hi 2il 60; spring duckt $2 23rt
3 75 and voting turkeys CJcto.
BACON Shoulders.e Vf6V ;btms lSkra
14X . "
New Torsi Money Market.
New York, Sept. 21. Money easy at
2a2V; prime mercantile AVM7. Bar all.
verUOV. Exohange steady at 4S2 long,
4A6H tight. Uovernment bonrr atroojt.l
Hlatet tegurlUn att4. 1Umj satssOa