Brophy, the last American "suspect" in Ireland, has been released.
There were forty-five new cases of yellow fever reported at Pensecola, Fla., yesterday, and four deaths occurred.
It is estimated that the reduction in the national debt for the month of September will be about $16,000,000.
The National Farmers' Congress, now in session at St. Louis, has declared the present tariff unjust, and a burden to agricultural interests.
The express car on the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad was robbed of $5000 one mile west of Granda, Colorado, Saturday night, by train robbers.
Henry Ward Beecher preached a political sermon at Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, N. Y., last night, strongly opposing the nomination of Folger for governor.
The jury in the Philadelphia star-route cases have found Funk, Carson, Arbuckle and Blackman not guilty, and Black guilty, with a recommendation to mercy. Black has been held in $5,000 bail, pending argument for a new trial, the judge stating that there were reasons for leniency in his case.
THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., Oct. 2, 1. A. M. For New England, fair weather, northwest to northeast winds, no change in temperature and higher barometer.