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CAIko BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and 1'opltr
J 'reet; preaching every Sunday mo nliigand
nlubt at Bfiial houra. Prayer mevllun Wetlne
(ay nluhti Sunday chool. M::iiiu.iu
Rev. A. W, .Vo'JAUA, Pa.tor.
Ull'KCH OF THE REDEEM KK--(,Kpltrnpal
j Kniirteenth ttreot; Sunday :noa m,, Holy
Cm.munlon l():.Kla. m.. Morning Prnyer II a. in.
Hitiday ichoul S p. m., Kvening I'ray'ert p.ru
K 1". Davenport. 8. T. B. Hectnt.
II II HT MISSIONARV BAPTIST CHUKCJI.
V l'riM bliii at 10:so a. n.,, H p. m., and IM p. in.
ial.batU arhool at 7. p. in Kev. T. J. Shorn,
I rrniKKAN-Thlrteeiith treeti nirvli.nd Sab
I bulh I :HH a. m. ; Stiuday chool 2 p m. Hut.
t!or. Blhlb and Walunt ureeta,
4TI Preaching Halihath 11 :U0 a. m. and7:Hiip, m
in flay ro-.noi.i at i:nu p. ni
Key. J. A. Scarrelt.
1 It F.SItYTK 111 ANKltlith atre.t: pwacnlnn nn
Sabbath at 11:K) a. rr.. and 7:1)0 p. rn.; prayer
mevllnir Wndneadajr at 7:')p. m,; Sunday Hchwnl
at 3 p. m. Kev B. V. Ueouc, pantor.
ST. JOSEPH 8 (Koman Catholic) Corner t'roii
and Walnut atreet; norvlcei Ha'ibath 10:UDa.
n.; Sunday School at i p. m. i Veneri a P. m. anr
ice every day at 8 a m. Rov. U'llara, Prleiit.
T. PATRICK'S 1 Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
0 (itreel and WaahlnKtna avonne; lervlce Sab
nub Sand 10 a. m.; VeperS p.m.; Sunday School
1 i. m. (urvtr.e every day at h a. m. Rev. Miiatimern
0FFICU1, UlkKCTOUY. .
.ayor -Thnmai. W. Halllrlny.
Teaaurer Charlcl F. Nullia.
ilerk -Dennl. J, Foley,
Jonnnolor Wm. B, Gilbert.
larhl--L. II. Mnyera,
aoani) of AkDinaiN
r"lri Ward Wru-Mcllal, Harry Walker.
Siiond VVard-Joire llttiktr, V.N. H'ii;ho.
1 bird Ward-B. T. Blake, Eijl.ert Smith.
Knurth Ward-Charlaa 0. I'atler, Adolph Bwo:
flfttt Wd-kM. Lancailer, H.nrj Stoat.
TV A TlTlln
A IloimhnM Artll for Universal
rttml'y I au.
For Near let and
I I'oa, Measles, and
all Contagions Diseases, Persons waiting on
tlie Si k ilmuld use it freely Scarlc 1 Kim has
nevrr ben known to sprcd win-re tht fluid tva
used. V' llnw Irvri lias ) cn enrol with it after
black vomit IimiI token pU,e. Jhc worst
caso of I iih(icrn yield t it.
rVvered in l Sick Per- I KMAM.-rOX
on rcfresln-d and I and
Heil Sore ri:v rit- PITTING of Small
! by bathing wnii . ., I'KKVKNTKI)
I'riiuy mil'. 1
impure j 1 r ma'ic
harialrsi and piiih':rl.
For Horn Tlirout it i. a
Y" Fronted Feel,
Itheiiiiiatliii cuo 'l.
Soft W hile Complex..
lona secured by iu uvt.
fillip Fever prertntrd.
To purify the Krealh,
leaime the Teeth,
it can't be nuriasvrd.
Catarrh relieved and
Kurn relieved imuntly.
Hyaeule. y ruled.
An Antidote for Animal
or Vegetable J'uivjnj,
I used the Fluid iluriiig
our resent afllicti'n with
b'.arifl Fever with dc
ct'led advantitj;e. It is
ln iu;.ena!.le to the kick
iwm. Wm. F. Sano
rco, Eyrie, AU.
A mr mlier of my lain,
ily was taken war.
Small pox, I ued th
Fluid , the patient wa.
not delirious, was not
pitted, and was aliout
the liiujte again in three
wer.ks, and no others
bad it. -J. W. Park.
The physicians here
use iJirt.ys Fluid very
successfully in the treat
Tetter dried up.
( holi-ra prevented
I'lrer purified and
In He of Heath it
should be used about
the corpse it will
prevent any unpteas
'I he eminent I'hjr.
M.1IS, M. ).t Srw
York, uv-: " I am
convinced Prof iJarbys
I'rophjia. tic Fluid is a
amlerblit I'nlveralty, Naahville, Tenn.
I testify to t:.e most e..eiient n.,alities of Prof.
IJaruys Prophyui tic Fluid. As a disinfectant and
determent it is both theoreti'.allv and practically
superi'T to tiny pri..irati ,n with whu.h 1 am ac-qiu.ated.-N.
T. Li hun, Pr .f Chemistry.
Itarhya Fluid in Keeouimended by
ll'Hl Al.tXAhl,l:K H, Sltllll-N,, o( (ieiirj-la-
kev. Ciias F. Ukku,, V.U., Church of (be
etraiiers, N . v.;
lov l.irt cni a, V.!umbia. IV.f , University SC
Vev. A. J. llAni.e., pr f , Merer University:
Kev Oho. F. Pikhcb, Bishop M. E. Church,
r.NIMSI KNSAISI.K TO KVEKY HOME.
1'erfcctly harmless. l.'.e.l imernally or
eiterna ly for Man or P.eat.
'ITie Fluid has len ihoroughly tested, and
have abiiir.anl e v... n. e that it h.u, dune evervtkiu
h're claimed lor fuller ii.r,rm..ti :n get of yuu
Unnt a p-niphlet k si r,.) to the proprietors,
J. II. ZKII.1N A CO..
Man .'..( tur.ii Chemists. I'HII.ALKI.PHIA.
QKORCii; II. LEACH, M.I).
PHYSICIAN cfe sSUUGEON.
Special attention paidlo the Homeopathic treat
men) of u r L' : c a 1 dieenae. and rti ., r,r ssnman
and cbl dren.
OFFICE On liih lrcet. opponte the Post
oftlce, Cairo. III.
J)R. J. E. STRIN,
12'J Ct'iiinicrciAl Ave, Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, ELECTRO VAI'oi; ami MEDICATED
A lady iu attendance.
)R. W. C. JOCKLYN,
I) K NT I ST.
'jFKU'lt Kir', ta Mreel. iiear Ci.tid errla'. A vein
QR. E W. WHITIX'K,
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INI K Nt t.
Cairo & St. Louis Tapkot.
Tho palatial Anchor Lino Hcamer
Will leave Cairo every Haliirday and Tuenlay even
Ing at n o'clock, hIvIiir Cairo a dally boat for St.
For parllciilar aa rate, etc, apply to Capl.
Thoi, W. Shield, (Itmeral Agent, or Sol A. Oliver,
Itiitiliirrnlllvnlir Pitred by Dr. I'lere.'a Patent
Mnstnetln KI''loTru. (Irandmit Invnilnnnf din
IWh (Vnlnrr.Onlr Mnulnn KlM'Irlo iimw In lbworld,
and lb only nee thai, will hroirl ri'tnlit ami rd.
eally enr tlnrnla, Orr raij It.nlli'al (iiri-r.eltnelml.
Rsd what lir, Jos. Nltnina, of Now York, Him t
nnwned Phrlniioiinil(. write Aug INK.!, "Th arrwt
and n(implmi rour Miittneile TruweltoeUxl nu mi
alereamtum I tmrmannnt, fnrahleta I shall arerro.
main rtnl." .1 Himm. M. l. For nnrtlenlatt
m N (Uatfa Btiswt, UU lula, Mo.
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY
CHIEF JUSTICE COLERIDGE,
After Being Royally Entertained
During the Week,
Takes Ilia Departure for Porkopolia To
be Bounced -Corners Clipped-Gar
lingtoa Returned Elmer to Eesign
Other Interesting Items of News,
St. I.ocis, 0:t. 1. Lord Loleridse and
party left tbe city this morning' at 8 o'eloea
in a apeobl ear of the 0. & M. road. J'licy
go to Cincinnati, wbcre exteusive prepara
Hons have been made to tender a proper
reception. There have been four gentle
men ii uvellnwith the Lord Chief J iiMtlc;in
Ills i ambic over the country, whose names
huve not licen aet down on the hotel re((U
tra aa bein jr of his party; yet, o far M
could be learned, they are considered to be
very nt.:enry adjunct. Th-e (fnlle
rrnii ate four detectives, w-leeted
"dally for their fclirewdne.n
by the N'crv York parties bavin;
tlr cnleruinment of Lord Coleridce In
charge. Wheiher the Lord Chief Justice
in apprehensive of his personal nafety, or
whether the Ne i York Hat Association
have forebodinj; of an attack upon Ilia
lxirdahlp by oine irute dealers In dynaiiiitc,
who have emigrated from the Emerald
lle, la not definitely known. But certain
It ii that .Secretary Lincoln bait asalgned a
Bcuall limb of the army to accompany hi
Lordabip awl protect hitn from Im pending
dangers. Tbe d' teciivel are usually tent
out ahead to reconnoltc the ground over
which the party must pas, and, if
anything of a sunpiclouii character
mould be developed, It is
more, than probable that the United
.Slates army would be called iu from the
West. It i these real or imaginary ,Jani;ers
that have caused tbe reluctance on the part
of Lord Coleridge's escort to have bU ap
proach to the city heralded. We think,
however that the Judicial ermine of England
will be preserved intact in this country, and
lil Lordship will leai n at the close of his
visit that the extra precautions taken for bis
'ifcly were en'irely unnecessary. The
A ni' rlt ans repect the sacred rights' of bos.
pithily, and the dynamite era of our pros
perity has not yet arrived.
New Vokk, Oct. 1. Mr. I'artndce, of
the Produce Exchange, continued bin teeti
tnony before the Secate Sub-cnninittee on
Education and Labor. The witness testified
as to ' 'corner,' ' or (jambliiu? as he called
it, on 'Change. Nearly two or three thou
sand in "iu hern of the exchange, he said,
were gamblers, and the law of supply and
'li'iii.iiid bad nothing to do with ibis spec
'atlon. Ai a remedy for gambling be
would make it a penal offense for parties
to ed what they did not own or control,
and a penal offense for anybody to buy up
necessaries of life and hold them for specu
lation. The witness in concluding, begged
Ui present through the committee a petition
to Congress regarding this evil.
.Senator Hlair aaid tbey would incorporate,
tho petition in the witness' testimony.
Clinton Furnish, a rubber manufacturer,
advocated free trade, and Osmond II.
schwelncr read a paper 00 the Immense
p'culative transactions of the country, In
flation of currency and on watered stock.
To Ise Bounced.
Wahisuton. Oct. 1. Treasurer Wy.
man 1 int. st 'gating charges preferred
against one of his clerks, named J. B.
Hertford, for lending money at exorbitant
rates of interest to watchmen and laborers
In tbe Treasury department. It is alleged
that Hertford U connected with a loan and
trust company which ha an office on New
York avenue, near Fifteenth street. Some
of the vredro refused to pay the wruriotu
interest, and their names were neat to the
cflref clerk of the department, 10 whom
tbey were reprcHoiitcd u refusing to pay
their honest debts. The matter was laid
before the secretary, who referred It to
Treasurer Wyman for Invertlgatlon and re
port. He still baa the subject under con
sideration, and It wits said at the depart,
'ment Sunday that it tbe charges were sub
tantlatcd Hertford would be peremptorily
Washington, Oct. 1. -Lieut. E. A.
Oarlington, of the Seventh Cavalry, who
commanded the Grcoloy relief expedition,
hat arrived in Washington from New York
and reported at the War department. He
nbseqiiently visited the Signal office and
bad a consultation with Capt, Mills, acllug.
chief signal officer, and Liut. Cat hire, of
that service, on matters relating to the re
cent expedition. Lieut Garlingtou will re
port direc;ly to Secretary Lincoln as soon
as that officer returns to WashlnKton. and
In the meantime decline to say anything
wnaieveron me auujeci or uu expedition
for publication at the present tliuu.
Secretary Lincoln left Washington Satur
day night for sSandtwky, Ohio, to spend
few days near there on the shore of Lakh
Washington, Oct. 1. -There ire rum
ors that Second Assistant rostmaster-Uen-cral
Elmer In preparing to resign. It ap
pears that Mr. Eintnr Intimated this
In couversallou wlih some of his clerks,
whs asked his advice about a change thui Is
In' lake place In the ueir future. Mr.
Elmer told these gentlctnou that he did not
know whether he would bo connected with
the Post-OlHee Department when tho mailer
cHineup. I'he Impression oonveyod was
that there would soon be a vacancy In tho
oillcii of the Second Assistant rnitinasler-(tent-rat.
A DarUrdly order.
Hannibal, Oci. 1. -William Ulft, a
young clgnr-maker, was issaultnd by a
slrasger In front the hotel Setunlay night,
who struck lihn with tho "hool" of a pistol
and then shot hi in through the head. Gift
expired In a few minutes, A man named
Jeff rreadway la suspected.
Payia, Oct. 1. Tho long-needed rain
came Saturday night and the farmers oin
now finish sowing wheat. Corn was not
much Injured hy the frosts.
Crktraua, Out. 1. Mr. Vortrled's
bakery was euUiredby burglars who itola
(v. i-ucy nm cuiorolorBMd mvu
Au I iiwlt nalomoa. ,
New Yoiik, Oct. 1. A special cable
gram from Kingston, Jamaica, dated Sep.
timber, says; "Tim latest advice from
Haytl show that the government has thus
far been unable to take possession of .lire
ie, In consequence of tbeir Inability to
cope with the tide of revolution In that dls
tiict.". IWraderes, about sixty miles from
Jeremie, and a few miles from I'estel, has
been captured by the Revolutionism under
Gen. Mode Much lmnortanee is atiaciied
to mis triumph by the Revolutionist ,as
are said to w fafuril
fortresses, from which it will
be dilHcult to dislodge, even a few bravo
and determined men, who could hold their
own against a large force, and
INFLICT 8KVKIIK PCM WIMKM
to anv enemy without incurring any serious
ii'J'iry to themselves. From I'ort-au-Prince
it I learned that the government
cannot carry on the war, baiins neither
men nor money, A loan from the fori Isn
commerce was undertaken, but without
success, and some ot the President's parti
cular friends have ahown him
th contradiction of bis words
with his actions, since bo pr tends
to lie, the best friend to the cause of peace,
while he remain the only obstacle to its
rcsioraiion. A Joint protest has been
served on President .Salomon by the repre
sentatives of foreign power against bis
decrees closing Jeremie and J ickinel with
out the presence of any naval force to mal.e
till) blockade effective. The Iti-itl-h
minister lias, accordingly, sent a request
to the commodore at Port .'loyal to send
a man-of-war to the spot for the protec
tion of British and other foreitrn vessel
trading with those ports. The other
governmcnta have representatives in llavti
also intend to take similar action. In the
last and decisive engagement around
Miragoane, (Jen. Mode did not only attack
and repulse tbe troops before around Mira
goane, but also c iptured the other towns
between that place and Port-au-Prince,
and the wounded on the government side
were taken to the hospital in the latter
place. Capt. Woodward, of tbe steamer
Don, reports tint he saw the insurgent
steamer Eider on the IStb Inst, at Jeremie.
Her name was changed to La Patrie and
she was to proceed on the following day to
Tbe Mlsslntf Mary Once- .More,
sr. Louis, Oct. l.-Col. Churchltl, the
father of the missing Mary Churchill, in
response to a question if there was anything
new in 'he matter of his daughter's disap
pearance, said that tiieie was absolutely
nothing new. A getleman brought to Mr.
Churchill's notice, yesterday, a scrap of
postal cird signed "Mary Church
ill," but the signature" was not
In Mary's hand writing. It was
dated Springfield. IU., August 19, the date
the girl disappeared, and was written to a
party in San Antonio asking for hotel ac
comniodations. It Is impossible, Col,
Churchill said, that Mary could have writ
ten from Springfield, III., August l!),as she
would not have had time to get there. Mrs.
Churchill is still in the belief that Caldwell
knows something about Mary's disappear
ance, and asks why he never answered her
telegrams. Col. Churchill wrote a long
letter to Caldwell last night.
A tiisrtr'". i'ajlnre.
Nf.w Yoiik, Oct. 1. -Figures of failures
for the third quarter of lsN.1, just compiled
by U. (i. Iit.ii Jt Co., show a .Teat Increase
in the number of mercantile disasters as
compared with last year. Tho number of
failures lu the quarter Just closed is 1,803,
witu liabilities of $Ti2, 000, 000, while for the
quarter of 12 there were only 1,30. with
liabilities of il8.u00.000. For the first nino
months of iss.1 failures reported number
(S,4l', a against 4.W7 in tbo same period"
last year, The liabilities for the first nloo
months of the present year wero $118,000,
OUO, as against if,0U0.iWOfor 1882.
In Canada the failures for nine month of
ISsis are over l.OOu in number, ns against
in 12. Liabilities for the first nine
month of the present year $11, 000,000, as
against jo,0k),()0 in the same time last
I lie Ht. AlCis 11 Trust Castnpaar.
Si. Ai.it.sNs, Vt., Oct. 1. The deposi
tor's committee's detailed statement of the
result of the investigation of the St. Al
bans Tnit company shows tbe total assets
to be JTWi.M'i ai:J worthless paper $13,000.
The committee consider $1S3,000 of
assets perfectly good und fciOl.049
dotiblful. If all doubtful assets
are collected tnu depositor will be
paid in full. If haif Is collected tho
asset would pay 7.) cents. Tho report
show L. llralnard responsible, as princi
pal surety, for t401,201. llralnard 's prop
ertv, turned over for the benefit of tho
credllors, I valued at alxjut $400, OA). The
report concludes: "Some of tho worthless
paper otisht to have beeu charged to profit
and loss many year ago." Tbe assignees
have been released by bankruptcy proceed-lnfi-
A I'oa! Deed Nit. Msrta.
Kalama.oo. Mich., Oct. 1. A young
man named Hoy recently seduced a girl
named dimming at Allcrtn. She took
poison, was subsequently married to her
seducer and has since died. It now traus
pire that he bought poison for her. He will
accordingly bo arranged on the charge of
Nrterss Ntorm In Kentucky.
I.EXINOTON, Ky., Oct. 1. A severe
lorin yesterday aftoruoon blew down the
Cincinnati Southern engine house ami took
off the roofs of the First National Hank,
press office and Baker Manson's ware
hm:i'. F01 shee's tobacco warehou-te was
Jem illshcd. No lives lost.
Archblsiltop I'nrrMI'a Dssbra.
Cincinnati, Oct. l.-The district court
authorizes tho announcement that it v- 111 at
2 o'clock to-day render u decision In the
celebrated case of Mannlx. assignee, vs.
l'urcell ct al., Involving the question sub
jecting church properly to pay debts of the
Forty Clilursiticn Killed.
San Fkancisco, Oct. I. -An explosion
at the California Powder works, Sledge
(station, the sccuo of several recent dlsa
lers, resulted In the death and horrible
mangling of forty Chluoso out of a working
fureeof 112. Ono white tnau la reported
A Deisraulnpd Nnlrlde.
PHB.AriKipHu; Oct. l.-Kuilly Griffin,
of Camilla, who attempted to kill herself
Thursday with laudanum, y cater day leaped
Into tho rlver.frotn wtskh she was dragged,
and when taken to tbe station -hoimo en
(Iciivuied to bang herself.
I a ported Wealds.
Nk-w Yomc. Oct. l.-Tho Necini.nJ.le,
just arrived from KuKrlwttttf 750,000
fraucsuj. AW. ipsinrfe
Knllroaiil Kate Aslvonrsnt.
New VoitK, Oct. I. Tho general pas
senger agents of tho railroad reprcanid
In the Joint Execiitivo Committee of tne
Trunk Linn railroads, and tbeir Western
connection, have completed the prepara
tion of a new pooling contract for the
division of business at different fare point .
Commissioner Fink has announced bis
award of percentage that each road la to
receive at differential competitive
points. The figures, It is said, do nut dif
fer materially from those that have
been In force under the old contract.
The new contract now goes to t,e general
manager of the several companies for their
approval. It was decided to establish
sccoiiil-clas ra'os between Boston and
Chicago, New York and St. LouN, and
Nw York and Cincinnati. An agreement
was ulso made to advance second-class
rates between New York and Culcagu to
uniform figure via all routes,
thus practically doing away with
differential rates between these tw o points
on east and west-bound trafflc. The sale
of second-class tickets bas Increased very
largely since the sale of Immigrant tickets
has been confined to Castle Garden, hence
tbe change. L'nder the new contract the
differential rate between New York and
Chicago, via the Ohio and Mississippi rnad,
is advanced to f -Jl 7H on east-bound and
$22 2." on west-bound. Tbo ' rate fWtween
New York and Cincinnati via the Pennsyl
vania road Is advanced $lto$I7 for first
class and 50c to f 14 for second class. The
Indiana, liloomliigton and Western railroad
was admitted to the pool and allowed the
same differential rates as those of the Lake
Erie and Western. The new contract is ti
date from October 1.
TIik National stent.
Wamiinuiov, Ocr. 1. Tbe debt state
went shows a decrease of the publio debt
dining September of $14,708,229, and a de
crease since June 30 of $20,279,071. Cash
In treasury, ilVi, 450,670; gold ccrtlllcetes,
1.V.V24 1; silver ccrtitica'es on deposit,
l 1,91.1.001); refunding certii. .itcs, 12,
7.1i'; legal tenders, $H4ii,USl,0i,;; fractional
currency. $0,092. WW; cash available Octo
ber 1, $i.i,.i4.;,txw.
I'i ica, N. Y. Oct. 1. A special to the
Observer frcm Fort Plain, says: "The
train tint left I'tien about 11 o'clock, colli
fi) witli the train from Fort Plain, three
miles from here, telescoping each aud mak
a comply wreck. Roth engines aro now
standing upright. It is reported that six
pei-ioiis weue killed and several wounded.
Weathered I lie Niorm.
PkoviM 'KTiihn, Mass., Oct. 1. Of tho
twcnty-inreo Provlncetown vessels that
were on the Orand Bank during the August
gales, which proved so disastrous to French
a:id English Heel, eighteen of them anived
home without damages, and report tbe re
mainder all rign t.
M.sNCiiK.smt, N. H., Oct. 1. Late
heavy rains have given sufficient water
power so that all the mills of this city,
which have been Idle for some weeks, have
started up again.
Itod ol Her Injuries.
Si Ai'N ioN, Oct. 1. Mis Carrie Pan
burst died last evening at her home, aged 19
years. Her death was caused by a fall from
a bannister at school, September 19.
Iled lo (he Honeymoon.
Bloomi.vutu.v, Oct. l.-Wm, M. Tia
vis, business manager of tho Bulletin, died
yesterday morning. Ho married Miss Fan
nie Belle Shipman ten days ago.
iiisa it ad Water.
Marshall, Oct. 1. -Tho question of
water-works ard gas was voted on Satur
day. An almost unwilmon vote In favor
of them was cast.
ArreMed on SMinpslrloQ.
Pwtt. . ii" 1. Abraham Thorp was
murdered Saturday night. James Ryan, a
t ramp, wns arretted on suspicion.
rRKCIOVN J EH ELM.
Description of Some of tha Beautiful
aud Costly Jowols to be Worn at the
Veiled Prophets' Ball.
Sr. Louis, Oct. 1. Tbe costumes to be
worn at the Veiled ProphetV bull to-morrow
night will be exceedingly rich and
beautiful. Several of them are of highly
original design and of magnificent material.
To be worn with some of these toilet are
pieces of Jewelry designed and ordered es
pecially for this oixasiou Probably the
nu st unique thing to be seen In ornaments
will be a pair of cornucopia ear-rings: tho
pendant, which Is of beaten old, forms
tbo cornucopia, and Is studded with nine
teen diamonds, whllo from the center,
attached to c,old cords so slender
as to bo lost sight of when the light strikes
tho Jewels are poured out fifty stone each,
flashing in the light. They have the ap
pcaratice of actaitllyf ailing from thecrnu
coplsi; there Is a cluster knob. These will
bu worn by a staidly lady wlio.se dress I as
unique ns the Jewel.
Another Jewel I a $3,000 horso-shoo
bracelet of Kotnangold; from each sldo to
he center It represent ubeudud horse-shoe
nan. tlie tiead being an enormous diamond
of great brilliancy and one of the choicest
stones in the city .
Then, to bo worn bv ono of our voum?
lady belles, Is a hair ornament. It repre
sents a dove with outspread wings, made of
beaten gold with platina, with) till the life
shades worked In, Hie green on tho breast
being in beautiful contrast to tbe dove color
of I he neck; the eyes are rubles, the out
spread lail Is one sparkle of diamonds nnd
rubies, while the leaves of the olive branch
arc three iiiedliiiu--l,.'il diiimon.ls.
A tl.siii) diamond cross is ordered as a
piescnl to a lady in the West End. It con
tains eleven slones, brought out Into high
relief by the delicate skeleton settfng, and
Mill be worn with a Roman gold chain In
For another society belle Is a present of a
i,"ii) ciii'i liig of great brilliancy, rive-carat
size. But Urn most hi'ignilloc nt earring Is a
$2. 0-10 set of about eight carat Weight, The
mounting Is scarcely seen; when worn the
beautiful Jewel will set close to the car.
Another elegant present In Jewelry Is a sot
f diamond bracelets, knito edgo mounted,
one it cms of five stones mounted on
three bau4s, Urn other of tbrco on two
lu foot wear black kid slippers are most
In favor, a the foot looks belter In black
than anything else. There will be seen also
a number ot black satin slippers, while a
white or colored font-covering will bo de
Biaeeiul will have to he dispensed with,
a im Jewelry I allowable outside of a glove,
unless worn above.
Feather In tho hair Is a beautiful aad
wonderfully becoming style. Tbey will bo
wom will 0 few (LkstiBgua 4oUu,
In the Person of the Spanish King An
Apology 0 be Demanded.
Madrid, Oct. l.-The clUnens are high
ly Incensed over tbe inaatu offered Alfonso
111 Paris. Bands anr people paraded the
street yesterday evening, Insulted French
men and openly threatened the French Em
bassy. The police, however, prevented
any violence. Senor Moret, at a meeting
of the Democratic club, declared that the
Insults offen d tho King affected the whole
Spanish nation, which would stand by the
King. His utterances were received with
loud cheering. Marshal Serrano tele
graphed senor Comovas del Castillo that
the cause of the monarchy demanded bis
presence in Madrid. The officers at th
garrison alo. held a meeting at which
strong speeches against Franca were de
London, Oct. 1. The Paris correspond
ent of the Times says: "King Alfonso is
perfectly satisfied of the good faith of Prime
Minister Ferry as representing the French
government. In abridging his slay iu Paris
hj out-balt the time intended the King de
sires to diminish the ililheultlea that have
arisen fmni few visit. Marquis De la Vega
de Aruiijo, the Spanish Minister of Foreign
Affairs, and f'e Spanish government agree
with th ilicislun of the King to leave Paris.
Mfonso w us quite unaware of hrs appoint
blent to the Colonelcy 0 the L'hbtn regiment
until he rcciived it aud b,s uniform simul
laneously. Emperor William Intended
the appointment a. au agreeable surprise.
He would not lend himself to anything that
would be likely to e.vclu prejudice against
one for whom he had taken an unexception
able liking. Bismarck had nothing to do
with the appointment.
Alfonso and thu Duke of Connaught ex
changed I, Its Sunday.
President t.iwy went to tbe depot Satur
day to greet Kl.ig Alfonso r cluctantly. But
If his manner appeared cold his words were
pAiil. Oc. 1. King Alfonso and suite
left this city 011 the 0:2.1 traiu this moruitig
011 their return to Spain. There Was no
demonstration by the populace on their de
parture. Park, Oct. 1 .Alarming report prevail
that the Spinlsb rabtuet will demand that
the Fl ench government make a public apol
ogy for the lnults offered Alfonso, and the
German government will make a diplomatic
renioust ranee at the indignities to
which the Spanish King was subjected. Tbe
lUtlicals violently attack Presideut Grevy
und Prime .Minis, er Ferry for tho course
they have pur-ued in the matter. The
Cabinet is divided in its opinion as to it
Paris, Oct. 1. The Journals here con
tinue to condemn the couduct of the popu
lace towards K.ng Alfonso, pointing out
especially that tiny were playing Into tho
hands of Bi-niirck. The Journal Offlclale
publishes the fact that President Grevy
apologized to King Alfouao for the out
rage of Saturday. All the French minia
te r wero present at tho banquet given by
President (irevy in honor of Alfonsa at
the Palace El.ee, Sunday evening, except
Thebaudln, Minister of War, and Mailne,
Minister of Agriculture. President Grovy
wore a Spanish order of golden fleece..
King Alfonso conversed for half an hour af
ter the banquet with (irevy and Prims Min
ister Ferry, (irevy urgcil the King to re
main In Paris another day.
London. Oct. 1. -Proctor & Son's, corn
millers of Newcastle, have failed. Liabili
THE MAKKt I &.
OCTOBEJt 1, 1SS3.
CATTLE Receipts are 10.500; 15o lower
exports $2 9000 40; eood to choice
shipping quoted al & 10 (36 80; common
to (air $1 iHWa'O 00; feeder and stook
ers $-o-; Texuna $3 7.V4 2S; botcher
at $2 OOra.'l So.
HOGsj.UecolpUU.OOO; moderately active,
steady; light at $4 Stfasi 35:
rough packing $4 oOAM 80; heavy paokhur
and shipping $4 SSo HJ.
CATTLE Exporters $j StVoXl 13; pood
to heavy do $5 00rti 73; Hffhi to fair tU 00to
4 75; common to medium $t 40&4 90; fair
lo good CuloradotUUOtfi 10; southwest $3 Ti
fe'4 M; grsss Texan $3 254 2ft; Hjrht to
food stockers $"l ftofj tj; fr ttei
ir t.1 7.1ft 1 00; common to choice native
cows and heifers $2 2ori4 00; scallavrar' of
any kind $2 00i2 40.
SHEEP Common to inedlnm $2 60uS
3 2.1; tair to good W S03 75; prime U J
fa 15; fair to good Texan $2 7io3 65.
HOGS Market Is active and steady.
Yorkers selling at $.1 uuraM 10; reajgh
to good mixed packing ft otVa4 90; heavy
shippers $o0&r(i 15; butolmrs toeatra $0 00
(a) 15; skip and culls $3 754 25.
W 11 EAT OctuWlC S November 9H$
Wi ;D"ceinber 1 00H ; January $1 01X.
Co UN October 49Si; Noveuibor 4SK ;
January 47; yeae 47 V ; May 49U.
OATS-Ootober 27; Novtmiber 2S:
year 27 May 32 .
WHEAT Higher; cloning at $1 Ot Oc
tober; $1 01X November; $1 07 Je
cemliiv. CORN Weaker; 4tkaM(Js, Otohr; 44K
b. November; fis yeiar; 45
OATS dull; 25 V October; 25,
year; 112 b. Mav.
WHEAT October H 12V; November
1 US.; December $1 17's 'January $1 1BK.
CORN October aW- November 01 :
December 60S ; January tin,
OATS-Octolier , ; November 80S;
December 38; January 39.
I on airy I'rodursv
BUTTER Creamery at 27(21) for eholce
to fancy, and a shade more In a small vv;
seconds at dairy rates. Dairy at 212j
for choice to fii'uov to 24 ftin for sclecuoits;
fair 12f1.1; low grade rtU). Good to
clioicu near-by In palls 11(413; common 7(a)
POL LTRY-Sprlng ehlckens-Cboloe to
fancy large Vi irJ 50; fair to good
sized f I 75((ftfOO; small and scrubby $1 OOrtf
125. Old chlckuns-Cocks $2 50, mixed
(cocks and hens) Wt.ViAlOO; choice to
fancy hen $3 50; spring ducks $150Y(e
2 ,W and young turkeys $3; feathered
young geese $;koi.'U. Dead dull. Offerings
iieavv as quite a lot were carried over from
Saturday, and demand moderate.
Wheat arrived quiet: corn arrived with
nothing offering. Wheat and corn to
arrive quiet. Mark Lane Wheat aud
corn to arrive quiet. Coiuitrv markets
firm. Spot wheat In bftter'tonoj No.
i spring Ss lOd; No. 3 spring none in mar
ket. Western wluterHj;d Mixed West
erii corn firm at 5j 4s,i. i.
mand frcHu Continent and Unlied Kingdom
niodersto for wheat and cec. Weather
hj Lu&Uad cool.