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'4fAII kinds tl pglii a:id heavy Mic'ml'hlnlf ,
wagon and carriaKis work done In the nio-t vsoik
mamlk manner. 1 1 r;- Imm:! n it tio:m'iy and
satlfactlon enarai teed
mcuVABuT'r"( Cairo, Illinois.
DRV GOODS and NOTIONS,
af'illllne of all thu latest, newest color
and quality, and best rununfu'-tare.
CAKl'K'l' DKI'AUTMKN V.
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Cloth., A ., 4c.
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
TV. ! parlim-a'. occupies a full floor an 1
is compete lu all ruspec'... (joods are
gtiamutued ol latest style and best ma
terial Bottom Priced ami First rl.iss Good.-;!
Manufacturer and Dealer In
6th Rtr., between (.'ora'l Avu. -'id Levee.
CHOKE liOKINQ A. SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMllllO
Wis lt3!rd. All Klti'l ol K,'V. Made.
''CITY GUX STORE5
OluVst in tlie city; cstaWHied in 18(52.
Com'i Ave , between t'lh and Itltli Sh.
MAHL'KA'.TL'KEIt x P PA LEU IS ALL KINDS
Amniuul'.lon of alt de.rr pinna a'wara on hand at
BOTTOM I'KI KS.
General rpairtnn In all kind of metal. Keya
fall description made to order, and satisfaction
warranted, tilve me a call, and tie convinced fur
yourself, at the sgu of th" "Hid OT.s."
JOHN A. KOHIILIOR,
81.m Proprietor, Cairo. III.
IAS . R. SMITH. EUBIUITA. IT1I.
Grand Central Store.
N-CW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND KE'rA!L.
The Largest Variety Slock
in Tirm ( jit Yi
GOODS SOLI) VERYOLOSK
O. O. PAT1KK iSc CO.,
tor. Nluotiimith street! (.flll'O 111
Commercial Atonne f I'ttUP, 111.
' DBAt.ltl r
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flonr i ng Mil 1 s
Hicbeat cmu rnce raia ror num.
r- s c f, ... ., ,1
A Ilouat-bolil Arllcle for lul'er.al
For Hcarlf t and
Typhoid K ever a,
Sirc Throat, Kiuull
I'oz, leale, mill
II CmitHKloiia IHneHHi'.. Pervoni, w;iilinin
the Siik should me it frrely. S arlrt Ki ver ha
never litcn kn"wn to prc:i'l wh,:rr the Hind u
used. Yellow Kevrr h.is iMten Hired with it aft("r
him k vomit liiul taki'ii pluce. The worst
Case of Diphtheria yield to it.
Fever.lmdSlikr r. KMAM.-POX
aoiiH refriied and and
lied Horea prevent- 1'ITTIMl of Small
by .!"!V"8 Vox I'KF.VKNTKI)
Uarly riuui. I
I ill p u r Air made
hariah'M and purified.
A rnemlicr of mv fam
ily was taken with
Small pox. 1 used the
For Horn Tlirout it is a
riui'l ; the patient was
ot delirium, was not
For Fronted Keel,
pitted, and wai about
the house aain in three
( huhni;. etc.
weeks, and no other
! had it. -J. W. Pakk-
Ion tecured by iu ik, TjilHi
Milti r nver prcvenod.
To purify the Ureal Ii,
( leariHn the Teeth,
It can t b siirvaswl.
( ularrh relieved and
liurnarelieveilimlantly. The ,,hy$iclani here
Scar prevented. m(! uh K1,ljd y
Dyaeutery cured. ,u(.ceskfl,fv lnthe treat'.
Au Antidote for Animal
or Vegetable Puisoiis,
I used the Fluid during
our prcent affliction w;th
hcarlct Fever with dc
u ird aivant.i;. It if
indipens.thic to the lick
foom. Wm. F. Sani
fuyi, Eyrie, Ala.
Tetter dried up.
lieera purified and
Iu cane of Death It
should be used about
the corpse it will
prevent any uupleas
The eminent Phv.
alelaii, ,). M AKIOX
I SIMS, M. 1., ew
York, says : "I am
I convinced Prof Darbys
j Prot.hvlai.tic Huid it a
Vanlerl,llt I nlvemlty, Naahvillp, Tenn.
I testify to the most tj'.ellrni (jiialitits of Prof.
Dart ys Prophylai tit Fluid. A a disinfectant and
determent it is both theoretically and practically
superior ti any preparation with which I am ac
quainted N. T. Li rrijN, prof. Chemistry.
Darhya Fluid U Keeomtnemled hy
II .n. Alkxaniihk If. Siki hks, of (Jrorpu ;
Kev. Lhas F. Ijckhs, D.D., Church of the
Strangers, N. V.:
los. I.kC'inte, Columbia, Prof .University, S.C.
Key. A J liA!Ti., Pr .f , Mercer L'uiversity;
Kev. Or.j. F. Pikkcr, Bishop M. K. Church.
INDISPFNSAIlf.K TO FVFItY HOME.
I'erfcctly harmless. I'scd internally or
externally for Man or lieast.
The Fluid has ln thoroughly tested, and we
have abundant eviden. e that it has done everything
here claimed. F ,r li.ller mf irmation Ret of your
Dmi.t a pamphlet 01 send iu the pruprieturs,
.1. If. ZF.IMN f'O.,
Mam:fa turnip Chemists, 1'H I l.A I'KI.PHI A.
Q.KOK(iE II. LKACH, M l).
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat'
merit of rurtiical diiten.e. and ulcui-s of women
OFFICE n 14th itrcct, oppumte the Pott
office, Cairo, 111.
K. J. E. riTHONU,
12'J Coinincrcial Ave., Cairo, III.
VAPOK. ELKCTIIO-VAPOH asu MEDICATED
A lady la attendance.
i. V. C. JOCHLYN,
I) K N 'I' 1ST.
'jKKII'K Klchth titnet. near Cfimo erclal A vei De
R. E W. WHITLOCK.
Orfu i -No. 1!W Commercial
ti'h' j aod N li. i h t i-m.-ib
INhI KV( t.
Cairo & St. LouIh Packet.
Tho palatial Anchor Uno ctcamer
Will vn Cairo ovory Raliinlity and Tueaday tiyen
lug at o'clock, Riving Cairo a dally boat for St.
Kor partlr.iilnra na ralen, etc., apply to Capl,
Thm. W. Hhltilda.Uuiiural Aijonl, or sol A.Sllvor,
Tlnpttirannltlnlr CiirKd h Dr. Plrrce'a Tatent
Miuriifltlo Kl mUci Truaa. (Iraniln.1 Invioillonorilia
lWh (snntury.Only icniiln,, Klwlrio Turn. In I h" world,
and tb. only oiibiiihi win tiroiiriy rwimn ann riioi.
enll etirM llnrnm.
Hiidlrnl Curen ellwlod,
kwid what Hr. Jo. HI in in., of New York, Ilia
nowoml Plilnnnniiilt, write. Ang.W, 11, "Th Hrnt
aod eoiniileUioerarnur Mntftintlo Tru.a el1,el4Ml tin ma
miiln iiraUfiii." ,1 Hisimic M. i. Fur nnitlniliira
addrvaa tf AONKTtU KI.AHTIO THfjBI) CO.
slavmir. Kirn R
periniinrni, rorwiucn i.iinii aver re
ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNING. HKPTE3IBER 30,
IHE GREAT ST. LOUIS FAIR.
Preparations all Made, and Guests
ord Coleridge Gould and Villard A
Minister MiBsing Borrowed Wealth
A Tjranical WomaL Political Shot
Toneral of Geo, Knapp.
St. Lot'18, Sept. 'ill. -Only one thing can
jrevent St. LouIh from entering to-mor-
ow o i the vreatest week in hr hlstoiy.
iy the liberality and ti e generosity of the
.-itizens, a feast of amusement baa been
prepared for Tl.iltora and dwellera alike
wliitrh will eclipse anyihinir trferir done
n the country. There In no chnnce
or a bitch. All arratiirerni nla biive
)een made by competent voUinterr
lommitteea, and to-ilay efery eltlzoi: of
l. Louis jean gturaut" to all struni
hat if tiicy visit Ibe city diirlns the coming
veek there Is not the remoteat fear that
hey will go away disappointed. Nothing
:a'i poxiibly interfere aave bad weather
nd that Ik scarcely among the probabilities.
Vith this execptiop, St. Louis In prepared
o tie-in entertaining the citizen , aud the
dranera within ber Kates with a round
if amusements, which 1h equally re
naikable for variety and excellence,
slothing has been left undone, and the only
ipprehciiion wblch can now be fell is that
mybody wbo attempts to follow up all the
itlractioaa which the great carnival week
ay it I brlug forth will be surfeited with pleas
ire before nexi Saturday ia reached. A
mndred thousand dollars' has been spent in
,n eadeavor to get up a series of displays of
voty kind, which will far surpass anyttilng
f the kind ever attempted before, From
that is known of the proportions already
uade, and the work already accomplished,
t ti safe to state, wltb all confidence, that
he endeavor has fl.been most s-uc-sessful,
and that tbe fair week of 13 win
ia remembered by all wbo have the uooil
ortune to be in the city during ll conlin.
lunce as loug as M. Louis Fs rfckotied
moug tbe cities of tbe Union. For all
bis great credit is due to a i. umber of en
srprising gentlemen who have spared nei
her time nor expenhe.and wbo base pushed
beae matters to a sncreaaful ending at tl s
:ot of much money and more v ork to
From advices already received from out
i;Ue the citv, it Is perfectly safe to tay that
100, OW VWJTOK8
vill arrive la ftt. Lairs before tbe grand
meeaiit of tbe Veiled Prophets parades the
Ueettt in the evening of Tuesday next, and
bat the majority of them will not leave un
.11 kfter tbe clone of tbe Veiled Prophets'
ableaux on Friday and the Saturday clos
u at tbe Fair.
Tbe city is already filling up with visitor,
, perceptible thronging of streets and
inblic plaeea W observed. AUv;aitt r t.x
iress cratihcation and surprise at the.
xtensive and varied preparations every
vhere visible for their entertainment and
Tho grand marshal of the Merchant'
.nd Manufacturers' Display Association,
1a)or C. C. Kainwoter, announcun that the
roc'ssion next Tuuntday nltrbt will start
in risflly at 7 o'clock, aod will consist of
ganizations la tbe following order:
Mounted police, escorting grand marshal
ml bis aids; commanding offictrof military
ind his staff.
Tbe military will form on Twentieth
treet (new number), right resting on
rranklln avenue. South side, at 6:0
('clock p. m.
1 nplcl In n Mepiurl.
Komk, N. Y., Sept. 29. Tbe elopement
if Miss Anna Rich, daughter of the editor
if tbe Mohawk Independent, with F.Jacob
on of Montieello, N. T., cause a sensa
ion in tbis Tillage Mis Rich is beauti
til, finely educated and about nineteen.
Tour weeks ago sh went to a hop
ticking in a relative's hop-yard a
lew miles south of that place. There
tie met Jacobsmi. Her parents were not
mart of her acquaintance with Jacobaun
intil after she bad gone from borne, leaf
ug a note siy.Bg that h loved him and
fas going away with blra. Their where
ibotits I unknown. Nothing definite is
mown of Jactvbson's character.
St. Locts, Sept. 29. Lord Coleridge
,n party were enu-rtalned at the St. Louis
lub llouee last ere til tig by 'the members ot
be bar. Judge Samuel Treat, of the
failed States District court, delivered the
iddress of welcome. Lord Coleridge re
ponded appropriately, after which he was
Dtroduced to each one present by Messrs.
lltchcock and Breckenridge. Lord Col
irldgo will be given a dinner by tbe St.
aoul club at 7:30 this crating, to which
Jv. Crittenden, the Supreme court Judges,
lenator Vest, Bishop Robertson and other
lave been Invited.
Itvnih In nn Elevator.
St. LofiS, Sept. 29. -At half-past 1
'clock this asternoon Harry Williams, a
oil-buy at the Planters' House, aged 10,
vas caught betweeu tho elevator and the
econd floor and received a crushing that
au but result in his death. He was taken
o llie City Dispensary In an ambulance,
here It was decided that his Injuries were
10 serious as to demand his instant removal
o tho City Hospital. Tho boy's mother
Ives In Hannibal, Mo.
A I'ohtlrlitM Shot.
ISaltimurk, Md., Sept. 29. -Jo nil Kel
rhcr, a well known sportiug nun and poll
Iclan, was shot last evening by Charles
Soodman, proprietor' of the Holiday Street
hcatre. The men quarroled about poll
lu and ulne sho'. were exchanged. Kl
;hor received a shot In tbo back, the ball
Hsslug through tho body. Goodman was
lot Injured. Kelcner's wound Is not con
A Nlalalpr Mlaalntt.
IlosiON, Mass., Sept. 29. Souio anxiety
now felt regarding tho mystcrlou disap
pearance of tho Rev. John rarkuian, a
Unitarian minister of East Pepperell. He
a-as lust seen on Monday of this weak. An
ttletupl I about to be made to dredgo the
river, m it I thought ho may have been
Hurvlror ol lire Froten.
Ntw York, Sept. 2ii.-Tbo United Sj'ute
iloopof war,Yantle, from bt. Johns, New
(oundland, arrived bero to-day. bringing
Um ivvrvon ol U fyotttu. All via watt.
Omnia Med leal NlulnU from Abrnd.
I'liiuinapuu, Sept. i!9. -Mrs. Aiiuik
Lin Jnsliee, of Seraiiiporo, Nllldnostan,
i II iii'loo lady of tho highest ea.stc, ar
Ived hero to-dajr to enter the Woman'
Medical College as Hu lent. Mrs. Joheo
S a uiiiet, selfDosesed little ladv a-ed
about . twenty -five, r idly five feet lu
lnloht, with a dark olive complexion, reg
ion' features and laru'i! black eyes. Her.
lrexs did not differ from ttut of an Aninrl
:an lady, except thit she wore a scarf of
Hirioiis pitturn and coloring around her
leek with the ends crossing In front and
lied around the waist.
She conversed fluently In English and said
die was the first prabiuln lady who had
tver left India, and that her departure ere
ited a great cpm notion.
"Will U cause you any disgrace or enste
iniiovance when you return?" was usked.
"I do not think so, if I faithfully observe
'.ertain rules of coiiilucl prescribed by my
religion. Tbto will bo a meeting of the
)i'liielpal Brahmins when I return who
Mil uiisulve lue as it were from my trans
'lio you expect to remain here through
;ne entire course?"
"Ves, I shall lakothe full four years
jotirao and then return to Serauipoye to
jruciiire. I think there msy possibly be a
'ew other htzh caste Brahmin women come
o Kurope and America to study dni lii,' the
lext fi'W years, but very soon I hope we
shall have colleges of our own in India. "
funeral ol .eor lsuti.
ST. Lot l.s, Sept. '.!. The remains of the
ato (jenrge Knapp uriived at the union
Jrpot last evniinj. A special car took out
t number of gentlemen, who went over to
.he relay depot to meet the funeral train,
l'be latter had been delayed and did not
st rive until after 9 p. m. On the train wltb
tbe remains, were Mr. and Mrs, Wbitmore,
Mrs. Trowbridge, and Thomas and Harry
Knupp. Tbe reniainswein then escotted
o the family residence, So. SIS (Jraliot
treet. The funeral will take place at 'JiM
o. in. to-morrow, at M. ueorge's F.plcn
31 chinch, then to Uellefontair.e cemetery,
l'be pall-bearers will be ibeseven sonsof the
leceased and Mr. Henry raschall. A com
nittee has been appointed by the Ier
ihaiils' Fxchange to attend th funeral.
he member of which are requested to
ncet at the Southern hotel at 1:30 p.m.,
vben carriages will be ready to conduct
hem to the bouse. lie v. Ir. John Fuitou
will conduct the service at tba chinch.
A special meeting of tbe Germunia Club
till be held at 8 o'clock this evening in the
:liib rooms to take action on the death of
Ecelior Lodge. N'. 1?. I. O. O. F. will
lltend the luuerul In a body. Col. Knapp
mis initiated October 20, HUG, having been
t member of the lodge for nearly thirty-
4 holce of t'ttlumUo I'ollttrliauM.
New Yokk, Sept.-.'!). Kx-Scnaior Tabo r
if Colorado was seen by a correspondent
tanding io front f the Victoria hotel yes
erday. lie was asked wbo was Die He
lublican candidate lor president among the
"Chester A.," he responded. "Arthur
s considerei likely to bo bis own succcs
ior til the coming campaign. He tcok bis
positiou at a time when it was tiecr as ary to
h.v. good executive ability. He did il,
Hid I believe that be will be successful.
' 'Arc you In tbe Senatorial race?' '
"lain a little iu doubt as yet. J'Uere
III be a good many candidates, and the
nun who is elected will have a bard light. ''
"What Is the taik about Democratic
tand idalcs West?' '
' -ll appear to be ati-uiigly McDonald of
Indiana. He is well thongbt of iu Colorado,
tnd Thomas ralleruii, the captain of the
)eiuoeratic ship In our state, has declared
aiinself in his lavor. "
Trnt cling Borrowed Wenlih.
Lancastkb, Pa., Sept. lit. A week ai;o
Peter llrrshey, a member of the Lancaster
ar, wont to Philadelphia and nude un as
ligniiii iit of his property, uud l!icn lujster
otisly disappeared. An investigation by
he assignee has developed that a lien be
tfent away ho took with hlni several thous
md dollars, raUed partly by notes. Her
,hey ha.s borrowed larire sums of money
:roiu banks In this and Chester souniles.
from a Parkershiir Imnk il.UjJ was se
tured, from a Westcbehtci-bank ifJiOo, from
,ho First National Hunk of this city $750,
md from the Lancx-icr County National
il,0H0. His father's limne appears as tho
ndorser on these notes. During thu stun
ner an agent for tho sale of lauds ou tho
Mchiron, Topeka mirl Santa Fo railroad
lad sevural long conferences with Herahey,
ind It is supposed that he has gone West.
i;onld nod Villard la Con fere are.
New Yokk, Sept. 29. There whs are
oort on Wall street to-day to the effect that
Messrs. Gould and Villard had a confer
nee, sud thai as a result of this a deben
.ii re bouil or some other form of security
svould be Issued by the Northern Pacific
iompauy, whereby the lattorwill receive
ill the money necessary to cure for Its llout
dig debt and for other ptirpows. There is
ittle doubt that such u conference was held,
ind although it cannot bo definitely staled
a hat tbe outcome of it wHI be, still It is be
,evetl in usually wellrnfurrned quarters
that when the proper time coiurs it will bo
found that a comprehensive plan has been
formulated by tbe parties In Interest, rumors
o tbe countrary notwithstanding.
For I n lo Imprlsiniiiiieiit.
ALTON, lil., Sept. 2!l.-Tlio damage suit
if Hon. J. E. Cnppinger against Andrew
Clifford and .1. W. Cnppinger, for fulsu
niprlsiiniiient, growing nut of the attempt
.o have the plaintiff declared insane, was
rled in Jersey vlllo, yesterday, ami re
mlted III a verdict for the 'defendants.
Jopplngcr bus several olbcr i:ue against
prominent Allonlans on the same ground.
New York Uitiik Ml-Uenieut.
Nkw Yoiik, Sept. '.ll. Loans, decrease,
H,U;i7,!IO0; specie, decrease, 5,500; legal
rndert, decrease, $1,1)711,100; deposits, dft
trease, VLWri.tHX); circulation, decrease,
r209,800; reserve, deeresse, l, u;i,:i2,'i.
I'Iib banks now hold $871,827 in excess of
A Nerond Kob Itojr.
Al.UANT, N. Y. Sept. 29. -As tho Tain
muny train was ueiirlng Utica last tiigbl,
ex-Sunogate Calvin leaped from it mid
narrowly escaped death. Ho fell alongside
the train, tho wheel paaslag over the tail
stills coat. ;, j
On Friday afternoon a train on the
Pittsburg and Western railroad went
through a bridge near 'tSitppensvlllr, Pa,
A brakumun, Liiaaittd lluCoy, was killed
and three uien war Injured.
In tho conveintoa.ofJCharltles.iii'l Cor
rect ions in Louisville, on Friday, Hon. W.j
I. Lctehworth, of New York; wf elected!
president, uud Uljr.li I, Ii. llUbortaou
t( St. Loul wm wJWfa',
rivll Mrtle Belorm, Kilel.
llul.loN, Maw,., Sept. 2J. Miss Orlssa
Bragdon, the aupcrlntendent of tho Cam
brid. ' postofllce, a branch of thu Boston
oiilcc, is under a cloud. Charge have
been preferred against her to Postmaster
1'oliev. of Boston, that sho opened letters
iidiln '(! to the first assistant, Mr. Thomas
It. Triimly, and also that sho has bulldozed
nod iilnised hi in, so that be Is now seriously
ill fmin mental misery. The wife of tba
alius. (I man has made tbe complaint that
her husband has been persecuted by the
)iot mistress, and that she has opened
Mr. Triindy's mail, both in bis absencn
mid in his presence, and upon one occa
sion bad lorn up his letter before
bis eyes after reading tbem and be
fore lie had persueil theia. One nf
these letter i said to have been
written to Sir. Trundy by Congress
mail Morse, Mrs. Trundy says that
Miss Bragdon'v conduct is caused by am
bition and Jealnusy. Postmaster Tobey
was seen to-day and declined to express
any opinion about tbe matter, except to s.iy
that Mrs. Trundy bad written him a letter
making complaints, and he lyid replied to
it, trl In her that when Trundy got well he
would like to see blin, also that Mr. Trun
dy was an excelisut man and an appoint
ment of his. Miss Hragdou is a very large
lady, with full fealures and probably 40
years of age. She appeared to be surprised
when told to-day of Mr. Trundy's condi
tion uml how people held her responsible
fur it. At first she denied everything, but
afterwards admitted that she hail opened
some mail addressed to Mr. Trundy. She
asserted that all the trouble had been caused
by Mrs. Trundy.
Boston, Sept. 29. At a meeting of tho
creditors of Young, Thayer & Co., yester
day, Mr. Young stated that early In June
drafts from Canada, where the firm's
works re located, were found to be In ex
cess of what the business seemed to re
iiirc. investigation showed that E. Brad
Icy, who was tbeu a partner, and bad
charge ot the works, was found to have
largely over-drawn his accssunt. This Ir
reuularlty, and other losses, together with
a suit wiiicb Bradley has since brought
against the firm for alleged infrlngmetat of
patents, so crippled the debtors that fail
ure was tbe result. Direct liabilities,
tlo3,0.,0; contingent, $190,000. Assets
consisting of 10,000 in cash, the factory
properly, stock, real estate and notes due
from other failed Anus aggregates $211,
oho. I hol.resl l ite 'fbouaaad Dollar Rare.
Nkw Voi:k, Sept. 29. The largest con
course of peuple assembled nt Fleetwood
park for twenty ycurs are present to wit
ness the great race betweon Jay-Eyo-See
und St. Julian this afternoon. The betting
is heavy, S-100 to iSO In favor of St. Julian.
Thunders of applause greetfd, the appear
uii;io of the horses on the Track. Gen.
Grant and many other promt. leut citizens
are present. Twenty-four thousand ticket
have been sold.
The first beat was won by ,Iay-Kye-See
iu 2 : 20 .
Washington, Sept. 29. The following
unt.iut! epistle wu renurved at the Treasury
department to-day In an envelope post
marked l,oransville, Wis.:
To First Auditor of the United States Treas
I boutfht two and a haLf pounds of leaf
tobacco for my own use. Uncle Sam i
rich, but CiL-scr ought toj have bis dues.
Kightccn cent In postage stamp was In
closed. I'wonly Year In I he
Pn iMiit itu, rVpt. 29. John O. Gordon,
1!. M. Geary and Albert Crimean, mem
bers of the bund ot highway robbers wbo
worked Maryland, West Yirgluli, and
Western Pennsylvania, so extensively, were
sentenced to-day to tweuty year each in
the Wi si i-1 txti'iiliarv.
Boston, Sept. 29. Tho ship Dauntless,
from Boston, went ashore at East New Lon
don yesterday, and Is a total wreck. Tbe
crew were saved. She bad u nih-eellaneoui
cargo which was Insured for 167,000. The
vessel was also probably iusuiwd.
.Hum's Ibe Word.
Jkffkrson City, Sept. 29. The Gov
ernur says that as ttse MoCTrwtser-KJnkead
matter is now In the court he declines to
THAIS IlOHUKaM ISf U ANNAN.
Enginoor and Fireman Killed, and a
Largo Amount of Treasure Captured.
Kansas City, Sept. 29. Shortly after 3
o'clock this morning tbo startling informa
tion was received In this crty that the regu
lar east-bound express and passenger train
en the Atchison, Topeka aad Sauta Fe rrrad
bad bet-u attacked by a band of train rob
bers at Coolldge, Kan., and a large amount
of trea-ure secured. Tho new came direct
from Coolidgo and Dodge City, and aftnr
the llrsi telegrams It wal ascertained that
the raid iva made ou the train Just after It
bad pulled out from Coolidge. Tbe en
gineer, who was ordered to halt, refused and
was instantly killed and tbe fireman shot
down. By ibis tliuo tbo men in the bag
gage nnd express ears were arouiwd, and
when the express messenger was called up
on to open the door of the car ho refused,
and a regular pitch but He occurred which
ended iu llin messenger being wounded and
the tram robbed, .lust how much was se
cured by the roblieis is not known. The
east-bound trains generally carry more
treasure than thu outgoing, but not so
much ready cash. A telegram from an op
erator at a statlnu west of TopakaalO o'clock
this morning was to thu effect that about
a dozen men uiado the attack, and that It
wus very sudden. But even then tbe
train men made a gallant fight, but bad to
succumb at last.
liuiiieill.itely after the robbery dispatches
were sent to Topeka, Dodgn City, Em
poria, Newton and Las Anemas, and spec
ial train bearing armed posse of men
were slatted for the scene to Intercept and
capture or kill tbo robbers. The wire
were so crowded with business when tho
news lirslcamn that It was almost Impossi
ble in obtain particular of any nature, but
thu ubovo facts went at last secured direct
from headquarter at Topeka.
Allot ber Kpnrl.
IkiiniK City, Has., Sept. 29. The Can
loii IUII on the A., T. aid S. F. railroad
wus attacked at Coolldge hy a gang of cow
boys this morning, the engineer hffled and
the ttrcmau io tWTTry Injured that be will
die. l'be romructor was shot at several
times, but escaped Injury. The express
car wus attacked, but tbe uiessetiger re
pulsed them. A puna ot nun are in hoi
pursuit oi ill ! roUottrawid a dtopersjto
bsutv.witl m totrwM wta Ukj ax
BEYOND THE SEAS.
I.nstmv, Sept. 29, The convention of
the Irish National league of Great Britani
began Its session at Leeds this morning.
To-day', sitting ill bu held with closnti
loors. During the meeting the convention
will be addressed by tbe following member
of Parliament: Charles Stewart Turned for
Cork, Thonm Sexton for Sligo, Joseph H.
Illggitr for Cuvan, Thomas Power O'Con
por for Galway, and James O'Kelly tor
M.sNciiksi KK, Sept. 29.- W.H. Houlds
worth, u Conservative, and l'arkhurst, a
liadtcal, have received the nominal Ions for
the vacant seat In the House of Commons
for Manchester. Davitt and Parnell will
support the eandiducy of l'arkhurst.
Di iii.in, Sept. 21). The report yesterday
nf the death of Kev. Dr. Klnnear, member
if Parliament for Donegal, was premature.
Dlhi.i.v, Sept. 29.-T. D. Sullivan, M.
P. for Wesiuieaih, and Wm. O'Brien, M.
P. for Mallow, and editor of tho lluited
Ireland, have arrived at Omagb, county
Tyrone, to address tho Home Utile meeting.
Numerous bodies of Orangemen are
marching into town, and rioting Is ex
liKMiiuDK, Sept. 29. The session of the
Skiuitdiina opened here yesterday. Al
Ibnujjh the question first brought before It
was merely the election of u temporary
president, the sitting was a very stormy
one, and ll almost ended in a tight. After
the uproar, lasting an hour and a half, the
radicals were victorious.
London, Sept. 29. A dispatch from
Canton states that the foreigners there are
iu no Immediate danger, though the Chi
nese express indignation at tbe lightness of
the sentence pronounced on Tidewater
Logan, the originator of the recent riots In
Sim i a, India, Sept. 29. A reporC tors
reached here that the Ghllziis have had an
engaircmeut, with 8,000 Afghanistan troops
and routed them. The Ameer has sent re
inforcements from Cabul.
Al SSI III A.
Viknna, Sept. '.'9. -The report that
Prince Alexander had left Sophia for Vien
na is now staled by the Kreuidenblatt, which
yesterday gave currency to the statement to
have been erroneous.
M tnuiti. Sept. 2',!. A barrel of gun
powder exploded yesterday in a wineshop
in Villena, killing fifteen people and injur
. Kit It .NY.
Rkki.in, Sept. 2!). Cronemevcr, a Pro
gressive, has been elected to the Reicbltag
l'Aitia. Sept. 29. President Grevy has
returned to Paris.
- Slnca September IS, tbo PostotHce de
partment In Washington has issued 10i,U05,
UOU new two-ct nt postage stamps,
SEPTEM BKIl 29, 1SS3.
I. Iva Sloek.
CAT TLK -Receipts are 8.100; fair and
firm, exports WuufiW40j emd to choice
shipping quoted at K 40 (art 90; common
to fair H 0Oa). 10; feeders and stock
ers .W1 2A; Texan $3 50rft ."Hi; butcher
at $2 XVo3 2ft.
HOGS UecciptsS, 000; moderatoly active,
steady; light at f4 Sufi 3ft;
rough packing H 4.Va7 00; heavy packing
and shipping $4 8Ww 20.
CATTLE Exporter $S 80rHJ 15; rood
to heavy do $T SOftiS 75; light to fair HWfa
4 i.'i; common to inc.diuin H 404 90 fair
:o gix(lClorailo4 O0(oi3 10; southwest $3 7')
SIM; grass Texan $3 gfrdH SB; Hgbt to
rood stockcrs f ftifl 75; fnir to good food
!r $.') 7.Vd4 00; common to choico nattvo
cows anil heifers $2 2iVa4 00; scallawags of
any klmU2O0rrf2 40.
SHEEP Cominun to medium $2 MCii
3 2ft; fair to good t3 6tVrf3 7ft; prime W 90
faH IS; fair to good Texan i Vxi&l OS.
HOGS Quint, but steady and unchanged.
Demand light from all classes of btiy-sm.
Yorkers selling at $5 OOfuifi 10; south
to good mixed packing ft flOitit 90; hravv
sliliiners ioOfxaa 15; butchers to extra f(V 00
fo).' IS; skips and culls $3 75r4 2S.
WHEAT September Octoberi
9SV; November 9S; December 1 H01;
COUN-September 49K; October iSK;
November 49; Jautiary 40V; Mav 49V.
OATS-Scptember 27 : October 27K;
November 28; year 27 S ; May 32.V.
WHEAT Higher; closing at $1 OU Oc
tober; U 01 ) November; l 0ii Do
ceinbi'i". CORN Irregular : 40 October;' 44
b. November; 42V year; ' 4S'
1 1 ATS Stronger; 20 October; 20
year; 35 b. May.
NKW YOKK .
WHEAT September ; October
M 12; November till'.; December
1 lds ; January $1 lH'i,
CDltN September ; October 02;
November 01 ; December G0S; January
OATS-oetober 34'.; November 3V
DccembcrUS; Jaiiuitry 39 i,
BUTTEll Creamery at 27fii'29 for choice
to fancy, and a shade iuorn In a small way;
seconds ul dairy rales. Dairy at 2U423
for choice to fancy to 24ot2S for selections;
fair 12(il,'i; low grade SoDlD, Good to
choice near-by lu pulls ll(j)IH; common lid
POl'LTUY-Sprlng chicken.. Choice to
fancy btrirn W2.Va'2ft0: fair to good
sized f I 7.Vri2 0(1; small ami scrubby f t 0Ufa
12."i. old chickens-Cocks to SO, mixed
("cocks and hens) M 7,'i3 i; chnice to
fancy hens t.'l iVaVl no; spring ducks f l.V)'a)
i M mid young turkeys WaH; feat here. I
young geese ka-'.'IS. Unchanged; demand
fair for choice, scuhbv stock dull.
EGGS liecolpts, 4IA pks. More plentiful
ami easier, market steady at 19 for
good marks, limed and stale Bstoek much
Wheat arrived dull: corn arrived with
nothing offering. Wheat and cora So
arrive dull. Mark Luuo Wheat and
corn dull and heavy. Country market
firm. Spot wheat in better ton; No.
3 spring Ms lOdj No. 3 spring none In mar
ket. Western winter 8 id; Mixed West
orn corn dull at ft 4 Sid. De
mand from Continent and United Kingdom
Dot much doing for wheat anil dud for
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