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CAIRO, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 25, Utftt.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
TIim Onlv liine Kuimintf
O DAILY TRAINS
0 Iroin Cairo,
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(3 a ee.a" pr'achlnR ev-rv Sunday mo iMnB .nd
oliht at u.n.l hour". I'tvt ' i' Weduei-
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I MUST M18ISIONAKV UAI'TIHT CUl'KCn.-
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METHODIST-I'or. Blirhtl' and VN'ali.ul rtreeia,
I'rearMng Salihath 1I:(H.. m. r.iU:40 p.m.
Miuriav S' l.m.lal :0 p. m, Kev J. A, Se.rrt'U,
llllKllYTKHIAM-SU-hth Urnnti p'eaenl.nt on
1 h.bUth at 11:00 l. lu.aud T:Sfip. "'il"Jve'
meetlnu Wednefd.r .1 7:80 p.m.; Holiday B.-.hnol
.t S p. m, Kcv U. Y. '.loorie, p.ator.
CT..IOSKPII 8-nUum.n t'I'oIIS.l',rnt,,,n1''""
O and Walnut atreeta; ..irvlrea H.hhatn 10..H..
n.i Siind.r (jrhnol .tup. m.s Vnannrf 3p. m.; ar
irea .vnry day .18. m, Ho. O'llHr.. 1 rliul,
C!T. PATRICK'S ( Roman C.tbollc) Corner Ninth
O arel nd Whln(rtoo .r.nn.; anrrlrea h.B
n.lh R nd W . m. ! V.apun S p. m. School
Ip, m. aorvlco. .rery day t..m. Her. Mwtt'Hiera
M,iyor-Thom. W. Ha'll.lay.
TMniurer-Clirl' F. Kulti.
t'li r.Drntila, J. Koler.
Marah.l-I.. . Mjf.,
Attorney WlUUni UundrlcK..
Attorney bo4hu op AL0,R1la
r-lrat Ward-Wm. JleH.lt', H.rry Walker.
Third Ward-M. F. Ul.kn, F.i.rt SiiiHh.
Fonrth Wrd-Chrlw O. I'.tl.r, Adoipli 8wo.
b"Jft'vi W.rd-0hn.Utif..al.r. Hanry S'nut.
M rr. 1 1 1 .f I ! K0 1 ;f tako r .
nrenilOUjm-A. II. ''v'n
County riwrk 8. J. IMmru.
roiinty Attornny- "''ly,Y.iVw
' Cnnntf Tr.urfr-Mlloi W. l'arkr.
Joronor R. Flt.BMtld . u.iii.. f tr
(JouotyCommia.ronar.-T. W. HAlild.y, J. H
(,' lironio Dlar
i IkrUi Jaundlcte,
Impurity of the
l!l. oil, lverand
.ml all IliaeuH.
riiiiHed by De
rangement of Livvr, lton t-1. and Kidney.
SYMPTOMS OF A HIHKASKD LIVER.
Ud llrealh: I'ain in the SMc, '.mftime tha
pain It felt umler the Shoulder-blade, miMaken fin
KhenmaiUra; ijiier.il Ia of appetite; Boweli
Senerally CQttive, ar.Qietnnca aliernatiiiK with lax;
le head U troubled wilh p.im, u dull and heavy,
with considerable lo of memory, accompanied
with a painful ienali.. ii of leaving undone Vjmethiiig
arhich ought to havr been done: a li!lit, dry cough
and flushed face i soineiiines an attendant, often
mistaken for consumption, the patient complaini
of weariness and debility ; netvoul, easily ktartled;
feet cold or burning, sometimes a pritkly sensation
of the skin exists: spirits are low and despondent,
and, although satisfied th.tt exercise wiuld be bene
faial, yet one can hardly iiimmon up fortitude to
try it in UU, distrusts every remely. Several
of the above symptoms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred when but few of them exited, yet
eiaminatton after death has shown the Liver to
have been extensively derailed.
It ahould be uad by all persona, old ami
young, whf-never any of the above
I'eranna Traveling or Living In I'u
hralthy Ior.aUtla, by ukini; a 1om ocation.
ally to keep the Liver in heal'l y action, will avoid
all Malaria, Ullloua altaeka, lliwneu, Nau
se.v, Lircws'ness, Depression of Spirits, etc. It
will invi iraie like a glass of wine, but Is uo ln
If You have iatfn anything hard of
(IlKestlon, or feel lie., vy after meals, or ulrep
lexa at night, take a dose and you will be relieved
Tloto and Doctors' Hill, villi be aavml
by alnay. kt-cplnn the Kegulator
In the House !
For, whatever the ailment tn.sy be, a thoroughly
safe purgative, alterntiVH and tonlo can
never be out of plaee. I he remei'y is harmless
ami due. not interfere vsilli business or
IT IS ITRKLY VKflETABLE.
And bas all the power and elbc.ic y of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurio'is after effects.
A fiovernor'. Testimony.
Simmons Liver Regulator has U-en in use in my
family for some time, and I am satisfied it is a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J ftLt. biir.irit. Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander II. Stephen, of fia
says: Have dcriveJ s .me bi-i.t from the use of
Simmons Liver kepiUt or, and wish to give it a
"The only Thing that never fall, to
Relieve." I hive used mmv remedies for Dys
pepsia, Liver Atfe' tion and Debility, but never
nave found anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmons Liver Regulator has I sent from Min
nesota to Georgia f r it, and ou! i emi further for
such a medii ine, and would advise all who are sim
ilarly affected to pve it a tn d as it seems the only
tlutig that never fails to reliee
1' M Jannkt. Minneapolis, Minn.
Ir. T. V. Milmin ny : From actual ex
perience in the i,.c of s.mtr.'" s Liver Regulator in
my practice I have been a:ij a n satisfied lo use
and prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
Ji!jyTake only tha Genuine, whirh always
has on the Wrapper the red '. Trnde-Mark
and Signature of J. II. ZMLIN CO.
FOR SALE riV ALL DRUGGISTS.
Q.EORUE II. LEACH, M D.
PHYSICIAN cfc SURGEON.
Special attention piidto the Homeopathic treat
ment of atirK.I disc'iKi'H, aud dlre&nes of women
and chl dr-n.
OKHCE On I li b etr.et, oppi.ite the Post
offlcf, Cairo, III.
jH. J. E. STRONG,
129 Ctiiniuercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAl'OU, ELECrilO VAl'UK and MEDiCATHD
A ludy in altetidaucc.
U. C. JOCKL.N.
D E NT1ST.
Kit K-Kiti t-. Street, netr f'oir.t-err'al Asi ulu
U. K W. WniTLOCE,
Ornc.-Nu. Ii') CuDinieri-.lal Avonna, b-t'.w.n
irh'i slit N't 'o .iri.
Cairo & St. Louis Packi't.
Tho p.lallal Anchor Lino steamer
Will 'o.vn Cairo evnry Saturdity .nd Tuead.y eynn
Ing at o'clock, uMag Cairo dally boat for St,
For particular, na ritu, oto., pply to Capt.
Tho. W. Shield., Uonoral Agent, or Sol A.SIIrur,
Ttnptiire iinslllveir "'urea nr ur. ro rcu. a-is'riu,
MHtitln Kliiattu Trttaa. tlrandesl Invention of tlm
lHth tksntiiry.0nlr iteniiltia Eloetrto liuaa In trwwnrld,
anil tha only nna tlint will properly retain and radl.
csllr eum Ilernln. (Ir l) Huilleal Oiirea etTecled,
head what lr. Joa. Htninis, nl New 1 nrk, tha re
nnwoad IhylwnomlH, writes An. . IHW. rh. great
and complete o re your Mimnet lo Truss ellei'ted no ma
sl.yearaaafl Is ,iertnnnt., forwhliih I ahnll eveMw
ina'n .ratafiil" . Hist Ma, M, 1. For i.arttruliira
addreaa MAQNETIO 1LATI0 TRvBB CtV,
t - r -
A BLACK FIEND
Carriei OR a Little Boy and Fright
fully Maltreats Him.
Tha Child Recovered, and Bloodhounds
After His Abductor-A Noble Engineer
-Want Protection-Hill's Bhoei-and
4 'II a r f anooga, Tenn., Spt. 2 4. Capt.
Frank V. (Jurley, of Gurleyvllle,' Al, who
iiondiioted Ibe .carch for Ot? etree, th
i ramp who abducled the child of' J. me. C.
White, of J.ck.on county, Alt., trrivod in
thla city yesterday with the po.ao returning
from tho .e.rch for the ahdtiflted child,
whom ther recovered near Newman, fit.,
From Cit. (juiley the following p.tlic-
ulan of the sold deed wore obtained:
Oletree came to the uouie of Mr. White
on the 28th of AiiKtm, and aftrr bet'
linp; for hla dinner, enticed the child,
vrho i about eight year, old, away from
the house, th. father being in the field at the
lime. As toon a. Or'letree wan out of sight
of the houae he lifted the child on bis ihoul.
tier and nude for the wood., and traveled
day and nicht. Mr. White, when be re
turned to bis house, missed the child and
immediately aroused the whole neirbor
hood, and posse started in piirauit.
Oelelree took a very roundabout way and
exhausted every mean, to throw his pur
uem off the track, but after following him
several day they discovered bla plan. The
first definite Information learned of hi.
movements was near Colllnsrille, Ala.
From there he was reported to have gone
towards Newnan, in Paulding county.
Fully a thousand people were searching for
him by that lime. On arriving at
the cabin "of a netro near Newnan,
Oi:letree tied the boy to a tree in the wood,
and went Into the houc to procure some
(bin; to eat. While be v as eating bit sup
per his pursuers arrived at the house, but
the abductor walked out a back door, mo".
ing through the garden and fields and m.iJn
his escape. The hoy wa. found I ltd to a
tree icveral hundred yard, from tbe house,
and when Mr. Wutte taw him bi demon
I rat !ot.i o' Joy w re unbounded. The lit
tle fellow was euiac aied and half dead with
fright, but be was soon able to tell a terrible
story of hit treatment by Ogletree, who, lie
slated. ha: beaten him un
mercifully on every complaint and
threatened lo kill him if be made
hit identity known. The boy', body was
covered with brutset received at the hands
of Ofletree. and bit bands and face
were terr.bly lacerated by briars and
I U .- .u.. u;ii vsini'u tie wavs compelled to
,..-. He s.iiij that on several occasions,
when Oietree entered a house on the road
or went into a town, he was bound to a
tree, at times being left for hours, and
once all night. He had gone without any
thing to eat for nearly three days and
litems. o one was allowed t speak '.?
him. O.'lotree claitDiug that be was hh ton
and was demented and deaf. Under thit
treatment be was afraid to aik for assl-i-ance
or to make known bis condition.
Capt. Gurley tars that this I. the fourth
boy known to have been abducted by
Ogletree, who alwayt eacaped arrest.
A Jlspatch received thla evening from New
maorepor.t that the wtrereabouU of the
abductor bad been learned and that blood
hounds were on bit track. Efforts are
being made to induce the Governor of Ala
bama to offer a reward for bit arrest. If
caught by hit pursuers be certainly will be
lynched. Chpg Gurley, who bad tbe potte
that rescued tbe hoy in charge, wat captain
of tbe Confederate company which had
Gen. McCook. in charge woen be was tlain.
He wa. court tnani.lled and sentenced to
be banged for bushwhacking, but bo pro
duced bit official papers and was released.
The people are still scouring the wood,
with bloodhounds in search of Ogletree.
Cincinnati, Sept. 24. Later report,
from the accident near Seymour, Ind., on
tbe Ohio and Mississippi road, thowt no
one killed. Tbe five persons reft at Mitch
ell, Willie Dickens, Albert Pickcni, J. V.
Taylor, wife and child, all bound for De
Soto, Kansas, are doHng well this morning
and are in good tpirita. The boy reported
killed it running (about. Engineer
1'hlpps,1 aUo g re ported kUled, Is still
alive. Hit injuries are severe. He wat
crushed between the engine and a wrecked
car on tbe sldo track. Train, had been or
dered to go alow past the wreck of the
freight train and Fbipps wat orderod to
come to a full stop, as tie bad a car of un
usual width, and wat doubtful about lit
clearing tbe wreck. He seemt to have
reached the point before be was aware,
though it was well marked by bonfires.
'Thought of Ilia Pas.aeaiarer..
Cincinnati, Sept. 24. A Times-Star
Akron, Oblo, special sars: John Bull, the
engineer of tho "Thunderbolt" passenger
train on tbe New York, Pennsylvania and
Ohio road, died to-day fiom tbe Injuries
received by tho collision with the freight
train ut Talmadge on Saturday. Hit might
have saved hit life by Jumping, but be
thought of the passengers, reverted hit ou
tline and act tbe alr-brukes, then put on full
steam, started his euglno ahead and broke
loose from the cart. The pastengort were
unhurt. lie lived at Gallon, and wat tbe
oldest engineer on the road.
remnle- faavtaii a Brn.kiuiakera.
St. Louw. Sept. 24 J. C. Huston, of
Cleveland, Ohio, has been In the city lev
era! day. negotiating with Wm. Kunz, tu
pei'lntemlent of the work-house, for the
female convict lahor. Mr. Huston was mt
In the Llndell hotel. He .aid that he had
matfea proposition for thla lahor In the
manufacture of brushes that would he con
sidered to-morrow by the Board of Publlo
Improvements. Mr. Huston Is agent for
several large manufacturorsof brushes, nd
would doubtless be able, to furnish all the
facilities for a successful employnunt of the
DMa f Alavvrt Ataslriiiao.
Sr. Jonkph, Mo., Sept. 24. Albert An
drlanodled suddenly this morning of apo
plexy, aged 70, He was one of the oldest
citizens and very wealthy. He wat the
father of City Collector Andrlano,
Washington, Sept. 24. Tbe issue of
standard dollars f.r the week tilling Sep
tember 1! wair$on8,4Q0. Corresponding
Serlosi Itast year, IssTSsi.
Houoliila Amerlran Heeblac artav
WAtiiivr, ion, Sept. 24. -Capt. F.rbln,
commanding the Cnlted State, .loop pens.
cU, reports to the Navy department from
Honolulu, August at, i tin I during his stay
In Honolulu his personal assaoclutlon with
Aw rican nierchanit and business men con
vinced bl in of a feeling of uneasiness on ac
count of the uncertainty of a conHnua.inn
of the reciprocity treaty. Large numbers
of woi klngtneii from all parts of the world
were brought thcr to work the
sugar estates opiiated largely by
American citizens upon the credit system.
Them propnt ton leaf that in case the
treaty is uot continued their interest will he
threatened, ai well as lhat of tho govern
ment, by a treat number of pertons being
thrown out of etuployin tnt. The American
'liici) were desirous of having an Ameri
can man-of-war about the islands until the
question was rtefjiutcly settled, and ( apt,
hi Inn states that he is of opinion Hint a
war vessel w ould he a great protection to
the American Interests in case of difficulty.
VYarou lh fauhasadl.
CitiOAOO. Sept. 24. The first through
train for Indianapolis over the ''Motion"
mine will start at7:4.i o'clock this cvenlnfc.
It will be mads up of Pullman tleepu't aud
palace touches, nnd will arrive in Indiana
polis at 3:10 to-mot row moruliig. one hour
In advance of other trains. Ail rate ban
hi en made, as Cnl. Jones taitl, Molettht
Panhandle people se that Motion win tired
of being on the defensive." Thla will
make the rate to Cincinnati $4.50,10 I)av
ton U.M, Spnnglielii and I'rhana V nnd
Columbus tfi.JIO. A decided cut bat been
made to all Panhandle, points. Tbe In
dianapolis cut will bring several other lines
into the tight. There is no telling where tho
war will end.
Chicago, Sept. 24. The Louisville, New
Albany aud Chicago Railroad company
have Inaugurated a cut to Indianapolis,
Cincinnati and other poims in competition
witli the Pan-llaiulle this morning. Thus
far the cut has not been met by the Pan
Handle, and the Eastern Illinois and Kan
kasee lines have not come Into the fight,
bill It is conceded they cannot stay out if
the fight lasts until the forenoon. Scalp
ers are selling tickets to Indianapolis and
Louisville at K) to 60 cents, aud a rata of 60
cents by the roads themselves Is anticipated
R. S. Si. ItnlDsl lieneflt A.aorlntlao.
r. Ldcis, Sept. 24. superintendent E.
W. Wartield, of tbe Railway Mail Service,
and E. C. Baird arrived here thit morning
from St. Paul, where they had been attend
ing the annual meeting of the Railway Mail
Service Mutual Benedt Association. Supt.
Wurfleld says the assxiatlon is out of debt,
and In splendid condition, though it was
badly in debt last year. Mr. Baird it past
president. His successor wa. elected to
ward tbe close of tho session. Tho next
meeting takes place in litiffalo, beginning
the second Tuesday in Se tember next.
snlnuitl Colored Convention.
l.ociuvii.i.K, Ky., Sept. 24. The Col
ored National convention it In tesslon this
afternoon at Llederkranr.' Hall, being
called to order by Milton Holland. of Wash
button, D. C. About three hundred and
titty delegate, are present. The tine since
the meeting bat beeu consumed in efforts to
elect a temporary chairman. Tandy, of
Missouri, and Green, of Washington, are
the leading candidate. Fied Douglass
will be chosen permanent chairman.
Tbr4e ol it ame.
si. I.iiCIb, Sept. 24. The Hrand Jury
to-day ignored the bill against Henry Wil
liams, rhars'itd with larceny In tbe first
'iegree, and tbe wrong man wat turned
loose. The discovery waa not made until
several hours after the man had left the
building, Jailer Siegniuud at once started
out to find Williams, and ran across him
at Third and Washington avenue. He was
returned to bit old quarters much crest
fallen, lor Plundering Rearlalrred Letter.
VidaMA. La., Sept. 24. -11. If. Mtllg,
pn.tmater at this place, was arrested here
yesterday by Inspector iMcc. of this divi
sion of the mail service, who had been de
tailed from tbit office to work up the case
Hu Is known to have stolen $1"." from the
mailt and loVi registered letters were found
detained In his office to he plundered. The
decoy letter system was used tu effecting his
Flea, are Keeking-
NiwroRT, K, I., Sept. 24. President
Arthur Is at Frenchvllle this morning re
ceivliv.''callcrs, Amour the laiterjwaji Col
lector Cozcnt, to whom the President stat
ed that he would go to Bristol on Ibe reve
nue cutler Samuel Dexter. He will em
bark hi 9 o'clock to-morrow morning. To
night he times with George Usury Warren,
of New York.
A Paper on "Hebrew Charity."
1,01'inviM.l. Sept. 24. Habbl Sonne
scbeln, of St. Louis will read a paper on
"Hebrew Charity" In the Natbnal Con
ferences of Charities and Corrections hero
'.bis evening. The president of tlm Con
ference, Rev. Fred. II. Wines, of Illinois,
arrived from Washington on Frldky eve
ning and has since been busy preparing for
NHw YoitK, Sept. 24. The Union line
steamer ANika arrived yesterday from
Liverpool, having completed the passage
from Queenstown to Sandy Hook in tlx
days, twenty-one hour, and forty minutes,
thus heating her own previous best westerly
record of six days, twenly-threc hours and
foi l v-elbt minutes by two boms and eight
Vrnireftiiris la tisreet.
BunNVtLLie, Ark., Sept. 24. -Prince
Webb, a notorious bandit and desperado,
has been captuicil nml will be tried for the
murder "rif his brother-in-law, Evans, three
year, ago, Hi. sister, widow of the mur
dered man, has hem hunting him with de
tective skill since the tragedy and swear, lie
Kalamaxoo. Mich., Sept. 24. -C. W.
Ldseir. residence at Otsego wat burglar
ized tome tlmo since Saturday of several
hundred dollars worth of silverware and
oilier val'iahles. The family I. absent on a
visit. Tho exact amount of the loss Is not
Th Uiioai ! Uo. Iliiswaek.
Nbw Yoiuc, Sept. 24. The Coreun Em
sassy returned from Boston thla morning.
To-day tho whnls party visited Ibe Brook
Ivii Navy Yard and Governor's Island,
whore a greater part ef ike day wm spent.
Dsn. lUoctKk tMrtsMtta visitors.
Br.l.l.KVlI.La-, III., Sept. 24. I'he flrsiid
Jury returned this morning the following
Indii'tmentt: Mace Jones, Richard Llndsry
and Ellis Rhodes, charged with attempting
to kill W. II. McLean, the
uhrht watchman of the WanasU
railroad, last July. George Howard,
pent larceny! Charles Ilelt, two charges,
one of larceny snd one for obtaining prop
erly under fslse pretences.
The Belleville National Bank hat entered
suit against Mr. Hucke, who indorsed for
the (inn of Rents A Co. Mr. Hucke en
dorsed to tbe extent of 433,000.
Death ol Polka, Dot.
Kalamazoo, Mich., Sept. 24. -Polka
Dot, the trotting mare, owned by William
Hototop, of this place, who made a re'ord
of 1:28 on the Jackson track, burned at
Pittsburg yesterday with Jimmy McDee
mott, ber rubber. Five thousand dol
lata wat recently offered sad refused for
For Twelwo YM.ro.
RaLUGH, N. C, Sept. 24. The trlsl of
David Fraley, the alleged moonshiner, for
the murder of U. F. Walker, the revenue
officer, In Stanley county on February 8,
wat concluded at Concord Saturday. He
wa. convicted of manslaughter and ten
tenred to twelve years in the pe'hitentiary.
Bprsrue Brill "Holds trs Tort."
PruVIPKNCE, R. I., Sept. 24. A de
mand was made to-day upon Wm. Sprsgue,
under an order of the Supreme court, for
the possession of the Quid neck company's
property, but Sprague refuted to surren
der, (declaring that be did not recognize
in lauoorlaBl Cop l ar.
Washington, Sept. 24. The Secret
Service Bureau of the Treasury department
is informed of the capture at Dulutb of
plates for the printing of counterfeit $10
silver certificates and $W notes on the bank
0OE!Sr, I) TELEGRAM.
Cold weather, but no frost at Chicago
The bodies of tbe five men killed in the
Shreveport explosion have all been recov
ered. Several applicants for Supervising Ar
chitect Hill's poaitiou have already ap
peared. The store of J. Rolshaven in Detroit
was robbed of $15, 000 worth of Jewelry last
A severe hailstorm swept tbe country
from Carrollton to Lawrenceburg, Ind.,
Tbe town hall, of Peotoce, III., Col
lins' gralu elevator, Rinkopt't hotel and
their house, were burned yesterday. Lost,
Ij:i5,000; insurance, $o,0u0.
A German blacksmith of Jacksonville,
III., named (Jets, for many rears a citizen
of tbat city, committed suicide yesterday
by banging himself. No cause is at
signed. He leaves several children, well
Tbe Governor, state officials aud Arkan
sas editor, 200 in number, tbe invited
guests of the Memphis and Little Rock'rail
roatl, left Little Rock at 3.50 p. in. to-day
on is special train, via Memphis, for the
Louisville Kxposltlon to participate tn the
festivities on the Arkansas Day.
While being charged, about 4: thit
morning, a laruo still in Gaff, Flelschmann
& Co. 's. distillery at Blitsville, N. Y., ex
ploded, setting fire to the still building,
which burned to tbe ground. John
Snedeker, astillman, a as fearfully burned,
and Internal Revenue Officer Cook
sustained severo injuries by Jumping out of
u window. Damage $50, 000.
Till: !VF.W POLICE COaniMIONER
Whose Gomnaiaaion is Held Baok Beoauss
of the Onvernor's Bespeot for tbe Sun
St. Locifl, Sept. 24. Since Governor
Crittenden bat suweeded to the guberna
torial chnlr no act or appointment of his
bat met witbtuen general approval In this
city as the announcement that Henry D.
Cleveland was to be one of the new Police
Commissioners. Not oily citizens but also
office-holders congratulate His Excellency
upon having made such a Judicious selec
tion, at it teems to convey tbe impression
that it new era It to ho begun in tbe man-at-eni'tnt
of the Police Board.
Mr. Cleveland was seen this morning,
and did not disguise the fact tbat
his name bad been presented to tbe
Governor by personal and politi
cal friends, hut he disclaimed making any
efforts himself to gel the office. While he
has not at yet received his commission, it
is mosijprohable that it will reach biro by to
morrow morning In time for him to attend
the regular mcuting of the board, thus
securing a quorum. It is but reasonable to
suppose that the cause ol delay In the ar
rival of hit appointment It due lo the
Governor's well known respect for the
Sunday law, Conscientiously neither ho
nor bis secretary could engage in any
manual la'ior ou the first d ty, commonly
called Sunday, therefore Mr. Cleveland's
commission would not be made until to
day and could not reach the appointee until
to-night or to-morrow.
Commissioner Carutb, Dr. Leslie, Capt.
J, W. Brown, Jas. Banuerman and a host
of others are entbutla.tlo over tbe appoint
ment. Ed. Butler was the only politician
who denied knowing Mr. Cleveland, butthit
was probably tbe fault of his memory, for
when he be was told that one of hit branch
shops did the horse-shoeing for the Cass
avenue stables he smiled at grimly as only a
political blacksmith can.
Joseph A. Robertaou It still considered
the most probable successor to Mr. Kin
kesd's place In esse Frank B.O'Nell de
clines to accept.
A lister Bepssrs,
JrrrrnaoN Cut, Mo., Sept. 24.
Oliver P. Goodlug is appointed Police
Commissioner, vice Kerwln.
OUR FOREIGN BUDGET.
LtiNliON, Sept. 24. An explosion at
Woolwich caused a lire lu the main build
ing, which. Including the laboratory
building, was destroyed within half ail
hour after tho fire broke out. It con
tained so iminun.e number of war frookets,
which wero filled with destructive mis
siles. Tho latter flew hi Boll dJrectl.ni,
many being projected to tod failing npon the
other aide of the T homos. The explnsivss
caused a fearful destruollen of property
throughout the town aaft lo the surround
ing districts. The Are wss extinguished at
noon, when the rookols oeosed their ex
plosions. Old sordem deoUred the explo
sion ef tho rockets sturteg the fire sras so
IrtcfcUul M if eocusrtnf saatul siege.
Two bo lies of ibe victims of the expiosiea
have been found. Same of tbe wtr rookote
projected a dittaix-e ef frve miles. One el
them went through the wail of an srt.oel
ami another struck tbe artillery barracks.
London, Sept, 24. The steaaaer Orate
Castle, from Capetown, with Mrs. Carey
and other witnesses to th murder of JanarS
Carey, has arrived at Plymouth. The de
tectives who have Mrs. Carey la charge will
not allow her to be se.ri.
Shaw, the British mistiooory wb. was
subjected to to many Indignities by the
French st Madagascar, landed to-dsy at
Plymouth from the steamer Qralh Castle.
IV states that during the Illness of the Ute
Pakingiiain, tbe English Consul at Tarns
lave, be discharged many of tbe duties of
the consulate, which fact tended to Increase
the dislike toward him of tbe French Ad
ni ral, Pierre. Shaw has been advised to
file a claim for 10.000 damages against the
Freucli government. He hopes to return
to Madagascar to resume his missionary
Dt.'Hl.lN, Sept. 24. The meetings of tba
Irish National League, which were permit
ted to tie. held at B indon, near Cork, and at
Tallow, County ' Waierford, yesterday,
passed off in an orderly manner. There
was a government reporter present at each
Notwithstanding the proclamation of tbe
iioverument forbidding the holding of meet
ings In Counties Clare and Limerick jester-
lav, several thousand persons, beaded by a
priest, gathered in Mtlltown, Malbay,
County Clare, and attempted to bold an
Irish National League nieeiiur. Tho large
police force present prevented the organ
ization of the meeting, a magistrate read
the prohibitory proclamation, and tbe crowd
dispersed, uttcrlnc groans for the Queen
and shouting "God save Ireland."
London, Sept. 24. A dispatch from
Pans to the Times says: "The reply of the
government of China to the memorandum
proposals by tbe French govearroent for
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me SCUIt'UH.Ul. Ill IUU LOIMJtllll UllllSlllllJ,
which was telegraphed to Pckln by Mar
tinis Tseng, has just been reached. It
it said tbe response favors tbe theory of
a division-of the neutral zone of Ton
quln." It is not likely tbat. France will reply fa
vorably to this counter preposition. Every
thing, however, points to tbe ultimate fa
vorable solution of the questions at issue,
and there will be a friendly intervention
ao'iiciied by both nations.
Rom is,- Sept. 21. Tbe Vatican bas
authori.ed the Calholic B shops who were
ex policd from Prussia to open negotiation
with the Prussian government for their re
turn to Ibcir pastorates.
Rome. Sept. 24 The Mouiteur de Rome
learn tbat the negotiations between tbe
Vatican and France have reached a satis
factory conclusion. Tho French g'Vern
mei.t has resided Ibe suppressed stipends
to the Catholic clergy and given formal as
surances ui l lie most pacific Intentions
towards the Holy See.
Paul's, Sept, 24. liana's Agency has
published a letter from Lisbon, in which It
is asserted tint tue English Commissioner
has been charged with the duty of acquir
ing for (treat Britain the territory abtalned
by Stanley on the upper Congo.
(iiBKAi.TAR, Sept. 21. The governor
has Issued an order removiiiir tha Quaran
tine restriction upon vessal.j arriving Irorn
Eastern ports where cholera has beea
SEPTEMBER 24, 1883.
CATTLE - Receipts are 9,000; ex
ports i' 9i)(Vd good to choice ship
ping quoted at ii 15f35 80; common io
fair 4 on..) 00; feeders aud stock
ersW'a4 30; Texans $3 7.Va4 30; butchers
at $ 2M2 40. Market nominally firm.
HOGS Receipts lO.OtXl; fairly active
and steady; light at UXttH 60; com
mon to choice mixed packing $4 604 75;
rough packing H Wd St); heavy pack
ing aud shipping H 20.
CATTLK Exporters S5 75u6 00; rood
In heavy do $." ou.rto 75; light to fair $4 00(4
I T.'i ; common to medium $4 40r4 90; fair
:o uoiid Colorado $4 WCdn 10; southwest $3 V
r!S."; grass Texans $3 2.WM 00; light to
good stockers $l."Of3 7; fair to good feed
ers W 7.V4 2ft; common to dioicej satire
now and heifers f so 3 to; .oesrlawairs of
any Mini M 70 &1 73.
SHEEP Common to medium $2 60O
3 2i"): fair to good t3 50r3 7ft; prime W 90
faH 2ft; fair to good Texons 75;! to.
HoUS Market activo and ttcady for aM
descriptions of heavies, but lower on liehts,
which were scarce, and sold as York
ers tftOOofti 10; routsh to good mixed pock
1 111.' t4 is'iiVi),') 00, choice do to, choice to ea
tra butchers $5 00fft 15, skips $3 ToO
WHEAT Illt'her;S.'pteraberit: October
97; November 99; December 101.
CORN September ftO', ; October 60.f;
November 49 ; vear4S: Mav 49','.
OA IS-September 27V; October 285
November 29 year 27; May 32.
WtlEAT-lllgher: closing at $1 03Oe
toher; td Ofi'i November; 41 08 De
celtlbe,. CORN Lower; 40.' October ; 45 b.
November; 42v vear;4ftS! Mav.
OA TS-IIijber; 21a October; 2ftH year;
31 V May.
WHEAT September ; October
1 14; November $1 ltiV ; December ft lS.'s
CORN September J October 63V;
November 62 V; December 60H.
BUTTER Creamery at 2b28 for oh elce
to fancy, and occasionally a shade more was
obtained tn a small wav. Dairy at 21fo2Jl
for choice to fanev to 24 for selections; fair
12i(lft; low grade' old. Good to choice
near-by In pailt 10fS12; common 7fW.
J2 :oi'2 7ft. chouso 2oi2 10; fair to good
sized id 7Vii'2 '.'; small and scruhhv $1 2.V
liV). Old elilckens-Oiitkt M 50'sf2 7j.mlxel
(cocks and liens) M OiMJ 2ft; choice to
fancy hens Ml .iJfa-1 7ft; tprini: ducks i'J ftOa)
8 00 "ami young turkey. t9. In fair de
mand and steady.
K;us-(ceeipts, ;,V2 pks. Higher and
voir scarce; tale of choice marks were at
Wheat arrived belter tone; corn arrived
quiet but steady. Wheat to arrived better
tone; corn to arrive steady. Mark Lao.
Wheat an l corn attadj . Country markets
rather dull. Spot wheat better tone. No.
2 spring Ms lOd; For 3 spring nooe la mar
ket, Western winter 8s 7di Mixed West
ern corn quiet, but firm at ftsftsjd. Ire
maud from Continent aud Poitod XIbboossv,
moderate lor ssheot sad coxa. WeS4oexatJ
Ul'r .V -a