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Impurity of tilt
nd nil Diseases
raused 1jf Dc
raogement of Lifer, llowcls and ttlduejs,
SYMPTOMS OF A DISEASED LIVER.
Had Breath ; I'ain in the bide, sometimes Ihe
pain U felt under the Shoiiltler-blaile, mt.ukcn for
Kheumatism; general lust of appetite; Bowels
generally costive, sometimes alternating with lax;
the bead U troubled with pain, it dull and heavy,
with considerable lots of memory, accompamca
with a painful irnati"n nt leaving undone something
which ought tu have been done ; a ilsilit, dry cough
and 6ushcd face it sometimes an aticwbnt, oftea '
mistaken for connumniion; the patient complaint '
of weariness and debility; nervous, easily startled;
feet cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation
of the sltin exists; spirits are low and despondent,
and, although satisfied that execute would be bene
6umI, yet one can hardly suiiimod up fortitude to
try it in fact, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred when but few nf them csisted, yet
examination after drain has shown the liver te
have been extensively deranged. . ,
It sfcenld be) oaed by all pi-motis, old uwd
jrouug, whenever any of tlio above
Persons Traveling or I.lvlnfr in Cu.
healthy Localities, by lakuiK a m . asion
ally to keep the laver in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria, Itlllons attacks, liiuiucss, Nau
sea. iJrowsincss, Llepression of biiiil, etc. It
will Invigorate like a glass of wine, but Is uu In
If You have eaten anything bard ot
digestion, or fed heavy after meals, or sleep
lens at night, lake a dose and you wiU be relieved.
Time and Doctors' 11111 will be saved
by always keeping the Kegnlator
In the limine I
For, whatever the ailment my be, a thoroughly
safe purgative, alterative and tunic can
never lie out of place. The rnnedy is liartuless
and does nut Interfere with business or
IT IS PCRFLY TEC. ETA BLR,
And has all lite power and efliraiy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after eflcsu,
A Governor's TesUrnony.
S'tnmons Liver KigulAinr ht Ia.ch in use in my
family for unit time, and I am satisfied it is a
valuaUc addition to the nietlii.,1 science.
J. Gill SiioaisK, Governor of Ala.
Hon, Alexander II. Stephens, nf im.,
says: Have derived some Uiwlii Iroin the use ol
Simmons Liver Kijiilalor, aud sb to give it a
"The only Tiling that never fails to
Relieve." I have used manv remedies for Dys
pepsia, Liver Affection and (lebilny, but never
have kiund anything to benefit mc to the exient
bimmons Liver Regulator has. I sent from Min
nesota to Georgia for it, and wotdd send further for
such a medicine, and would Advise aii w ho are sim
ilarly aficttci to give it a trul as it seems the only
thing that never fails to relieve
P. M. Jamkit, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. W. Mason suysi From actual ex.
perience in the use of Siuiii.in.s Liver K-uuUtcr id
my practice I have been and am winded lu use
and prescribe it as a purgautc medicine.
ftajPTake only the Genuine, whith alwayt
has on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. 11. ZtlLIN 4 CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
JiEW YOKK STOKE,
WnOUMAUS AND RETAIL
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TUK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VEKYCLO.SK
O. O. P ATI UK Ac CO..
Cor. Nineteenth street) (Jilil'O. III.
N, B. Thistlewood & Bio.
all A IN,
hi. itv oil-lira I'WIVW
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
J-Jm 'K. INOE,
Manufacturer anrl Dealer In
rjth Strcc, lietwevii Cotu'l kr. Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTj
ALL KINDS OK AMUXIT10N.
safes Ita talred. All Kinds ol Kuvs Mail".
fihop on HiillifUy Avuuuo. bciweon lA.urth nod
Ulvftt hatoiiaalM Calm lllltlillal
Uiatu wnvwtnj vstiiw) siiiuuiki
IXrAII kinds ol light and hoavy hlacksmllhlng,
wagon sud carriage work done Id the most woik
maolllte tuaiiimr. Il rse-shoeltig a specialty and
satlfactiou gimrat, iuva .
n..,,f t I Itir 1 trr't'rilftSt tn lis WrinklvV tin
Bio l'ith July. Ititw. d end lath niplemi er. Have
proved or slgnsl tiso.-ift, to stud nts who design
lo pursue th'lr tidies atthls or other U hoho,ih
Sd, to those who propose to read nrlvatoly tut U.
to protlltouors who have not had the advniitsgu of
yitomatlo instruction, ror cireunir vr'
I'ntvcrsltr of V jtoJohn U. Minor, l'rof. Com.
s. a suk mattnst Dome ty tb ludiist-
llji 1 f Itrlons. Besthnslntiss now before th
Ik. i,ui,iin. t'anllal not noedod. Ws
tu) I Zj will start yon. Men, wonten, boys
TT " and alrle wanteo every wnoto to wora
" t,,r na Now la tu time. Ton csn
work In sprre time, or give oar whole time to tbe
business. No other buslnsf-s will pay yon nearly
swell. Noonaoantatiiomkxe enormous pay,
by engsgolng at one. Costly outflt and terms free
toner mane list, aaauy, ana auqorauij, i
VHUI CU t AugoiU.Btauie,
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
I fTlattkl aa AtMA SVTsi as I
I GENERAL NEWS.
The Free Trade Convention
Propose a Plan for Work.
Ctrt of Dumb Grutea Th Execu
tioner'! Work-Iron Work
ert Satisfied A St.
DKTHfirr. MUh., .1 titte 1. Thin sfter
4iu's sesaiott of (tie Krn Tridq Confer-
a.K-e a. ciiiu),!ln)il tiltl, owing tu tuft Imok
of a ii'port mm t lie t'linuiillee on plat
('inn. Thru. ltitii'Vi!lt, nf New urk.
f;. vnii il Hie inimediiilo return a policy of
five r.il,., the abolli Ion of the preposterous
ttr.tirs mi :irt. a rapid rcdtii lioii utnl total
Hliolitloli i tin' duties (ill InW liKilerliilK and
n iiiur-hi' ni'iilitli'iilidii ol nil inijioit du
tie in the tliti'i timi of a tri(f for revenue
onlv. 'I'lie ( nliitiiitti e oil ttlKHliiulirin
Hiilmiilli'ii lint folloninir:
t liriviu, ilic roiifiTfiii e r'riKliles
null i1p1rM to rfi'orrl it hearty airpt:ia
lion of Ihe valiinbb wnrk nlleadv mltoiii-
plulifd liv the ioral anil stutc oiijiiiii.ilion
itiul of liir vetv iiiiiinrtunt a;.tiiiiiie lo
mh cfforls which have liecn riiit'rpl
! 'l e Aiiierii'si) Free Trsde League.
..t'l-i'iti, the latter hu proposed to re-
oinun ze np'.in h busis iiinre tliniihlv rep-
it'x nt.'tt.ve una tumma! and uesirts ;o
I'liimm I of this conference, to niuh
et'it: therefore Ww C onference recom
mend. ni-i. Pi nt iht free trade tvni'k of coun-
ti lie orpin ieil t'mler the enteral direc
tion of the Alnerii tn F ree Tiuil l.rnifiie.
That tlie Anienc.in Free-Trade
I. rattle :i; ilnt a liMtinnul rointnlttee emu
iinseil of one dclcnate from cai'li State
l.eajfti , e;ich rtelcjrnti! to I have
tl'e piipral (liffction of Hie
w ui k in his State and to be responsible
it. 'l'l'iit 'he Kxecntive (.'omniittco of the
Nati'inal ( oinini'ii e smioin'. and Iiiivk
Imvver tu remove, a member to represent on
lb .Valiunal Ciiuuuitlee each of those
Male which Intve no Muls Icacue.
4. That the National Committee apiioinl
a gen" ral secretary, with headquarters ut
Tbe report wa adopted without dissont.
Iron Strike I. nil ext.
Yot Ntisrow v. tiliio, .tune 1. The roll-
In mill proprietors of Mahonin; Vallev
win all siKti toe caie or last year, aim work
will he continued without interruption
after next monilav, with the exception of
Itrownell. Henncll A- Co., who will close
down for ten day to take account of slock.
There is treat reloicinii here aniomr the
4 ,(M) mill emploves.
tiMiMXiil. June 1 . 1 he manufac
turers sit the Iron strike here is ended,
anr that as soon as the tires can be atartcd
work will proved. The workmen did not
Insist on Vt, but receded to J.I..KJ; but 'he
mauufacturers held the urounJ that their
agreement with tbe men to abide by the
rluaburx adjusUsH-nt precluded them from
all negotiation. There has been yet no
formal tueetliiK of the workmen nor formal
notice to the manufacturer, nut al assume
that work will be resumed.
PlTTsnrno, June 1. The aiKiiiiitfof the
scale by the lion manufacturers TburMlay
occasioned a Croat rejoicing anionic ail
classes. A number of mills are running'
to-day. but most of them have shutdown
until .iiiday In order to allow tbe em
ployes to attend tbe annual picnic of the
AnilL'irated Association, ut Beaver. Fa..
on Suturtlav. On Mtmdav everv mill will
St. Loi h. -lime l. Mr. White, vice.
president of the district organization of tin"
Amalgamated Iron and Steel Workers'
Association, which district extends from
Terre Haute to St. Louis, was met bv a
reporter at the Cairo Miort Lint depot in
Belleville, this morning, and asked as to
l he restionslbllllv of a strike amoni; the
iron men and nail workers of this vicinity,
He replied that he hud every reason to be
lieve that it would he averted.
Nothlne could be dune until the
completion of the scales by the Iron work
ers lit rittsburu to-morrow. Mr. Watijrh,
the owner of the Belleville Nail Works, is
yery much averse- to closing down bin mill
this' slimmer, and may not InsM upon a
reduction of the price' paid nailers from
21 H cents to IS ci tits. The men will not
accept the 18-cent rates. In tho meantime
operators and men ire awaltine the result
of Saturday's conference, and there will
he no move tnado bv either side before
Bon ton, dune 1. Kx-liov. Kice testified
in Ihe Tewkesbury hearing to-day. He
visited the Alms-house twice during his
term of olhce and untie a thorough exami
nation Into its condition, lie found every
thing satisfactory. He suggested to Marsh
the Impropriety of so many members of
hit family I ting employed at tbe Institution,
and shortly after two or them retired, lie
bad paid a visit on account of rumors of
niiMiuinftgcmciit, but had no recollection
that any definite charge had been brought
to bis attention. iiovernor itutirr then
road a long communication to
ex-Governor lllce, dated In 1S7H,
from ti e State Hoard of Charities, setting
forth nil these charges and asking him to
interpose. Kx-(lovertinr Itice tlld lint re
member that ho had appointed Sanborn
inspector of the almshouse. Governor
puller read a letter irom bauborn declining
to take such appointment if certain mem
bers were retalneil on the board. Kx
(iovi rn r Itiue tliei J.hUI that doubtless thin
record was correct.
A Hurtlorer Wnnla In Hit Handed.
Nkvada, Mo,. Juno 1. Tho(urt hav
ing refused tho application for delay made
by Fox's lawyers, his trial for the cold
blooded murder of Tom How ard will begin
on Wednesday next. Fox still -niulntalns
bis cheery and Jaunty manner. He says he
would like lo bo banned on Frlduv next,
nd hopes It will be a bright sunshiny dy,
to that all the d d fools can see him hncr.
ed, wbn, he supposes, Ihey will be satis
fied, no is noi very mr wrong in this,
but It will hardly be posslblo to acwunmo
date him about the dale, as the trial will
outlast the week. Fox's wife, from whom
ho bn been separated for four years, has
vliltod him In the jail, mid will remain in
town until after the trial.
linn Over and Killed.
St. Loi ts. June 1. At noon to. day
Mrs. Duffy, who lives at Fifteenth and
Austin streets, wns run over and instantly
killed by a coal train on Ihe Missouri
Facltlo (Ullroad t the Inlerseellon of Six.
toentb street . The old woman was gather
ItiR pieces of coal that lay along tbe tracks
when she passed under n car to pick up
some that luy between the rails. While
thus engaged tbe cars, drawn by engine
814 of the Mlhsourt IVIfle, began moving,
and, before she could escape, the wheels
passed oyer noay, mutilating ner terribly,
The body wis taken tn the Morgue,
Washimoton. June The eolnaco t
Vrlous mints for May was 9-4,7ar,2O0, f
Which VtM0,m wm ilaudrd dtl)ar,
(A1KO. ILJilNOIP, SATURDAY MORNIN(f, JUNE 2.
TU fcasr M'e anil llaalfe ul Ior ta
NtwYoKK, Jiiiki 1. For soma day
Bupei lnleudent Haiiklusott, of the Moclsty
for the Frevenilim of Cruelty to Animals,
has had a man Ht the dK pound, at tha
foot of Eat Hlxtueuth sirm-t. stipervlsinf
the preparations for the opening of the'
pound to-day. To a reporter Mr. Hsu
Llnsonsiiid: "DuriiiK the enure season
the society will have an ollicer stationed at
the pound throughout Ihe diiv,wbo will re
port all cases of nuelct and cruelly. In
inriner years an omn r of the society visited
the uound fieiUuntlr, but was not stationed
there. We shall Insist that all the animals
there imprisoned shall receive a proper al
lowance of food and water. 1 shall be
present at the drowning of the condemned
"Any nei(lis,'eucs or cruelty on the part
of the officials will be reported to the May
or. V shall maintain a strict watch over
the actions of Ihe dotf catchers and Insist
upon it that when one has a load of iloyi
he hnil within a ressonalilo time take them
to the pound. Snineoftlie catchers have
before now often left a lot f tloKi penned
Up in the cart all nix tit because It did nut
suit ut Ihe time to lake them to the pound.
V't iiinli.'istaiid t tint Mr. HcMahon, just,
reappointed by lint Mav-ir as keeper of the
pound, will aiso umt that the catchers do
not delay lit the delivery of the
iI'irh. In regard to the supervision
ot the pound by this society, il is not
only that Ihe don shall be treated in a
merciful way, but it in a work of necessity,
from a sanitary point of view, for the en
tire ueitrlilioi'liood. It is no more that the
pour people of that neighborhood should
l.e relieved of all unwelcome sainds. so far
"If we bad money enough," added
Siiperinletulent llawkinsoti, "we should
e ret a ii.-itcr for homeless dos, kiliiujf
Ihe worthless ones ourselves."
A FATAL BLOW
Crowing Out of a Harmless JokeAn
Sr. Lofts, June 1. The death of Mau
r! e .--lititi'ry, early this morning, nuke
another murder case for ft. Louis courts,
Mi'itery had charge of the furnaces of the
Pugan'-Farker foundry, on Twelfth and
F.ipln sirecis, .llm t ickler, lhamurdi rer,
i- a lahorrr, and was employed in remov
ing ashes troin the premises, tin Satur
day last the workmen gottit) a lttlu ok
auionx themselves to iell Heeler that lie
must remove a small mountain of aUPi
that b;td accumulated, and w hen he asked
lit whose orders ihey replied "Mattiice
sa'terv's." When FIckler returned fur
an iihcr load Slattery was on tbe scene,
with one man only, Walter Heed, of No.
li:i SjiiiIi Twelttii streot. Fickler walked
up to Slutury with an iron bar, two feet
long and three-ouarters of an inch thick,
ami asked: "lid you suy that I
would have to remove ' all those
sshes'r" Slattery, who was
entirely ignorant of the Joke,
asked "what he meant. Flcker replied
with a terrible blow with the bar of iron,
striking Slattery on the left side of his
head, which stunned the assailed nun, ul
though l the time it way not thought to be
dangerous. Slattery went home to No.
5W South Jefleisoii avenue, where, his
widow sud two children now live, thinking
to go to work next day. Instead he
got worse, and the police kept a lookout
tor the assailant, who bad not at
tempted to escape. Un Sunday .
Officer McDonald caught sight of him,
and i inptiod four barrels of bis revolver at
the fugitive, who suspected that he was
wanted, tttuce then he bait kept out of
sight, but tbe verdict has gone forth to
hi lug him in some way. Fickler comes
from a hard family. His bro.her's pic
ture hangs in the rogue's gallery, and the
orl.'iual died In tbe penitentiary. The
father of the hoys was obliged to marry
w.iile in jail.
The llnnlan-Kenuedy Boat star.
Huston. June 1. The single scull three
mile race between Hanlan and Kennody
was rowed near hero last evening, at about
"o'clock, At the word "go" Kennedy,
who held the Inside, took tho waters little
before Haitian and got a lead of a length at
the start. For the lirst NJ yards the strug
gle was a beautiful one, Kennedy main
taining his lend, pulling from thirty-four
to thirtv-ieven to the minute. Instantly
his shell shot forward, ami before Kennedy
knew what he was doing, Hanlan hud
pined a lead of half u length. Hanlan
bad Increased the distance at
every stroke, Kennedy getting
rauled. The one and a half mile run was
made in !i:;l'i' andld:14V by the two men.
Han. nn came down toward tbe tinish
twenty lengths in advance. The excite
ment was intense, and he crossed the line
in l'.i nun. 7 sec. from the start, beating
Courtney's best record of IM :14 s by more
than a minute. There was tbe wildest en
thusiasm, Kennedy crossed the line In l'.li.
fi'J. also heating the record. About V)
OUO changed hands: Kennedy's friends put
Macon, Ga.. June 1. John Bailey and
Henry Wimbish were hamred here to-day
in an open lot before an enormous throng.
An enterprising citizen bad erected s
grand stand from which several hundred
watched the hanging. The mayor charged
him the usual $UH) show license fee, and
the money was paid.
The condemned murderers had joined
the Roman Cat hollt: church and were con
tinued in jail by Bishop Gross. This morn
ing they received the last sacrament with
calmnoxs and went to the gallows lirnily, as
If unconscious of the gaping throng.
(ieorge Hill and Enoch Freeman, who
were slsn to have been hanged to-day, have
been granted a new trial. E. B. Steven
son, of Gwvnett county, who will be
hanged on the Sih, wants "Deui Golden
Slippers' to be sung and plnved while
he fulls through the trap. The Law
rencevlllo band will accordingly furnish the
Lord noscoo In Mlssonri.
Kashas City, Mo., June 1. Great
numbers arrived from the country districts
to-day to see and hear Itoscoe Conkllnif.
who argued In the I'nlted Stales Circuit
Court sgninst the constitutionality of the
law forbidding the manufacture and sale of
oleomargarine butler lu Missouri. The
court room will not contain one-tenth of
those seeking admission.
Cincinnati, Juno 1. The America"
Surgical Association continued llisesslo"
to-day. ratters worn read by Ids, i an
dull, of Louisville; Citnvir. of Cincinnati
Sayro. of New York, Marks, of Milwitu"
l,ecj Moor, of Hochestcrj Senn, of Mil
waukee, and McLean, nf Ann Harbor.
Another Woman Mystery.
HAiiiroltii, C'onn.. Juno 1 The body
of Marie Sitmsuilc has been found tu the
river near log boom. How she met her
tteiiih is a mystery, and another West lla
ven affair Is suspected . She has henn mli
lug since Ibo middle of last week,
HrttMKY. Mich.. June 1. The cltlieni
unsucccsfully dragged the river all night for
the bodies of John Fitzgerald, John Wal
ton and John Nousklnd. who were drowned
Thursday by their skiff striking jam AT
logs ami upsetting,
KIIWhI for Iks Hmn.
Ciiicauo, June 1. -Win. King was fat
ally stabbed by Martin Casey late Thursday
nignt in a saioon row growing out or si
Icited cheating In throwing dice '
ViRtiiNU City, Nov., June 1. -A firs
ne-ay destroy: iv feousss, Loss, w,
THi OLD WOKLD.
A Revilt Th'sattned In Russia -Anthr
Invincible to b . Hangtd
Othr Newi. . ' ! ,
lyONPO. .June ). The dynsmlt eon
splruUtrs, Dr. Gallagher, Bernard Gallag
her. Ansburjth, Curtln, Whitehead and
Wilson, against whom true hills were
found Thursday, wero arraluneil this
morning before Justice Hawkins, and
pleaded not guilty, and the trial was fixed
for the llth instant.
"i nr. MAY UW8.
London, June I, A dispatch from
Ilerlln to the Exchange Telegraph Com
pany says Ihui Prince IINmarck presided
Thursday at meeting of th Prussian
Ministry. It was decided to take the reg
ulation of church matters in his own
hands, independent of Itotue, and submit
bill la Ihe ittel, providing for a modifies
lion of the Mav laws.
TUK O KKI.I.Y-M 'fOAM (It sHHI-1..
Lti.Miov, ,liin I.-On tlie O Kelly-Mi!
Coan affair coming up In the Commons,
this afternoon, O'Kelly stateilto the House
that he thought the ttiarrel betwjen him
self and MeCoan was personal affair, and
was outside the jurisdiction of the House.
He moreover slated that he csred neither
for the opinion of the House nor for Eng
land, but only for his own honor. Median,
he said, having refused In apologise for the
language neii in his address to his con -tduenis
relative to him (O'Kelly) was out
side the category of those to
whom honorabie men pay st
lentlon. Gladstone said O'Kelly
should promise not to carry the
matter further. If he refused, he (Olad
I'one) would lie compelled to submit a mo
tion in regard to him. O'Kelley answered
that he considered the matter ended. Til I
statement was regarded as a sufficient pro
mise from O'Kelly, and the subject was
NO CHAM K TFT.
London, June 1. Gladstone stated In
Ihe Commons this afternoon that there was
at present no chance of offering the good
oflices of (ireat Britain to France ami
hiitn Itukintr In a settlement between the
two last mentioned Governments in rcrd
:o the affair In Toninn.
DfBI.tN, June 1. The ladies' committee
to aid political prisoners sent the following
telegram lo Gladstone: "We appeal to
you on the ground of humanity for a com
mutation of the sentences of Thomas Caf-
ferr ami Timothy Kelley, the two con
demned Phumix Park murderers. Three
lives have already been taken in atonement
for two. We ask for merer." Caffery Is
sentenced to be hanged June 2 nd Kelley
.lunelt. No reply tn the communication
has been received from Gladstone. The
work of ihe committee in charge of the
1 uke fund for IH&t is ra
rapidly drawing to a
e thus far has dis
patched ,tuo emigrants from the counties
of ilavo and Gaiwav.
A PLAN TO MI.'KDKK.
Cati.khak. June 1. At the hearing of
the prisoners charged in connection with
the murder conspiracy in the County Mayo
ILim morning an Informer teslltled that lie
teeeived letters from Nally, one of the
prisoneis, containing a plan to murder the
Inspector of Ihe police who attacked the
mob ai isaiuna.
Toronto. June 1. At the annual meet-
tne of tho Outurio society of artists Htiecial
reference was made to pictures brought
here tor sale bv American dealers osteusi
blv as productions of nrst-cluss artists.
but which are really onlv copies of the
originals, and a resolution was passed
mat tne tiovernment he urged
lo increase the duty to forty per
cent on pictures under lue value ofUMi
each, and if over thet value, and by
well-known artists, the duty to be ten per
London, June 1. The Pall MallGa -retto
publishes a letter dated May '24 from
the Nihilist Stepuiak, the author of I'nder
ground Itussiu," in which the writer says
Ihe Czar will not be molested at the coro
nation because, the system of attacks
to create terror has been replaced by
plans for a coup d'etat and attempts at
IIono Kono, June 1. Trlcoti, the
newly appointed French minister to China'
pssse'd through on his way to Shang
hai where he will confer with LI Hung
Chang, who takes command of the Chinese
troops In the provinces adjacent to Ton
BuNfin aI, June 1. The Turkish
troops succeeded Incompletely suhdtiinK
the Arabs who refused to pay taxes, aftor
killing or wounding forty ol them.
Bom it, June 1. Vhe Vatican has
abandoned for the present the hope of
establishing diplomatic relations wi ' -land.
Bkhmn. June 1. Count Von Moltk"
has returned fiom a tour in Souther11
Europe. He was present In the UeiclistaK
A Fstlal Explosloa.
East Sauinaw, Mich.. June 1. The
shingle mill of G. V. Turner and sons,
eight miles below this city, was blown to
torn at 8 :i a. m. by the explosion of a
boiler. Will G. V. Turner, the engineer,
Hiram Uottldlng, the Hreman, and John
McDowell, the night watchman, were
killed. J. I" Turner and Hose Plew were
seriously inlured, and Orlando Scidei-s and
Peter Nelson fatally. The cause of the ex
plosion is not known. Damage, $.1,0K),
Heml-f enlonnlnl C'ttlelirAlloii.
Pi Hi.iNUioN, la., June 1. The semi
centennial celebration was a success. The
weather was cool and delightful. All the
regular and ninny excursion trains from
every. direction have brought thousands of
people, among whom were a large number
of old settlers of tho state. The cily was In
ftdl holiday dress. After the orations the
regatta of the Burlington Boating Associa
tion and the display of fireworks in tbe ev
ening wore the leading features of tbe day's
Jhkkerson City, June t. Th follow
ing is the report of the State Treasurer for
the month ending May 111, lKH.'l:
Balance In the Treasury May 81, $131,
210,4711, total receipts for Ihe month, $M,
HH,4!t'i; total IMA,;h;I,i71.s Disburse
munis for the mouth, Hil,0W,3oU. Bal
ance In the treasury June 1, 4,603,tiW.
The shove balance Is held as follows: In
Hie treasury vault, $1.2'J4.4H8 ; in Bank of
Commerce, 8t. Louis, i:i,87,108,
Ciiicauo, June I. A pecll to the
News tram De Moines, lows, says: "The
striking miners, in addition to blowing up
the residences nf certain colored men
brought here to take their places, are
charged with firing two bouses of minors
fow miles outside Ihe cltv,lsst night. There
is no clue to the perpetrators. ' '
A Brnkensaa KllkMh
East Saoinaw, Mich., June l.-Cbarlei
McMillan, s hrakeinan on the Flint and
Pere Marquette road, fell from tat top
of a car this morning at I'llnt. ud was
caught under lbs wntels, cutting1 M Isg
s" l m tsblMg Mm elks. mi tttoMy
TtM Uleatersois livrre.
PsHLanKLrniA, Jtuw T.TestlinoBy Is
laving Uka - here on behalf nf Malar
Klckersosi'sliiijured wlfo (a br application
to hsvs hia fraudulent divorce set aside.
The principal met fori the first time In
three years lu tbe office of Mrs.Mckersoo's
sttornevs. the Mslsr baring been sum-
monsd from H'ssluaton. - lie sat holt up-
Ight and alaneed at tier occasionsiiy.
Her voles broke and br eyes
filled with liars ai the recited the
story of her happy married life, and of
ner grim ana asimiisnmeui wueu sue
learned, after -rescuing Europe, that her
husband bad obtained u divorce and taken
another wife. One of the strongest points
in ber fa vol is that, while Major Nickersnn
declares la his libel that the alleged deser
tion took place on July 11, IW, the steam
ship in which she sailtd did not leave New
York until July 10. Ou Monday nevt,
when tne rules are nude returnable, an ap
plication will be made to have- tbe divorce
Nlar Ronte Trial.
Wasbinu win. June I. One year in
to-day the first Mar Home trial begun and
this morning Merries: filtered upon the
fifth dav of his argument in the present
case. )e again accused John Dorset of
perjury and said bis slml tvits hail hen
accepted when he was neither a contractor
nor sub-contractor. He made I He in in
blank to be filled up bv another cniwpli stor
and changed as ciicumsiances might Us
maud. I'Blnl Work ol a l.uiialle.
Pki KitsHt itii. Va.. June 1. Tii'irsdav
nlu'hl Glenroy Ih'iinon (colored) keeper of
theclivha scales, was murdered bv' his
step-son. Joseph Kenton, a lunallc, who
killed his victim by striking him nu the
head with a fence paling. Several nails
pent listed the skull. Death was almost
Institntaufotis. The inuiderertvas arrested
and lodged in jail.
'I be Week's failures.
Nkw Your, June 1. Business failure
reported to the mercantile agenry of I!. O.
Pun it Co., during the i.v.t seven dav,
number 151 as against 15 lat week, 'fhe
New England Stales had 'Jl ; Middle Stales
16: Western vi: outhern '.'ti; Pacific siaie
and Territories 13: New York City 8, and
Canada and provinces 25.
Joi.irt. 111., June 1. In the case of the
prism convict, John Anderson, found
dying from knire wounds in his cell yes
terday morning, the coroner's fcury
found he was murdered bv his cell-mate,
Michael Mooney, who bad secretly made
a knife from a tile to accomplish his pur
pose, Thieving Tramp.
Atlanta. III., June 1. Two
tramps yesterday ufternoon burg
hrized the residence of Andrew
Turnei. while the family were absent, taking
a gold watch, silverware, and other valua
bles. O dice is are in pursuit.
Ottawa, June . An enoniiom iiuanti
ly of lumber is being shipped, and the
American boats can only tie loaded at ad
vanced rates. .Many English buyers have
Annapolis, Mil.. June l.The olflcla'
ceremonies of the opening of the annua
examination of the Naval Academy was ob
served this morning with the usual eclat .
JUNE 1, 1883.
CATTLE Quiet; exports Sort ii Jo ;
good to choice shipping ffl (XI;
com n to falr fo OOfaif no.
HOGS Slow and .Vadd lower; light
ti mit u-'i; mixed packing ttlYa7 0.V
mivi'd packing WiiV7i heavv shipptnfj
sr. LOCI 9.
CATi'LK Good to heavy shipping steers
$5 "'"if 5 K: light to fair shipping r.teer
to 'J.Vn.'i u"; common to medium natlvo
$4 W?r."i 25: fair tn good Colorado H
5 o'l; So'i;'t.v $4T.V5 00; corn-f 'd
Texaustl Im,. i ,,i; light to good stockers
$4(S4 40; fJrtogood feeders $4 M(a!.") HO;
common to choice natlvo cows and he:fr
fcl 5ol 25; scalawags of anv kind $2 I
HoGS Higher and strong; active ship
ping demand. Light to good Yorkers V B'l
(Vi7 id: rough to good mixed packing
f 757 10; butchers tn I'hiladelphia $7 M
r?f7 25; snips and culls iraa 25.
IIEK1, Shetred; Common to me
ilium $2 avi3 50; fair to good .f3 50
(34 80; prime M )5 0": Texas com
mou to prime f2 Md 50. Lambs $1 fiOftJ
WHEAT Unsettled, closing fl 12'iJune;
$1 15'. Julv; fl 1(1 August: $1 17 '
September; 1 17 ' October; $1 i:if(.'
" COItN-Hlgher at MS June; 57V
July; o8 August; 59 September; diH
OATS Firmer at 39X June; 3f)HraK
July; 3o' August; SIX year.
sr. i.oi in.
WHEAT Higher, closing st $1 21V
Julv; $122 August; $1 2.IH
September; $1 20 October; $1 20
vesr. Corn higher. 51 V June; 54 ' July;
o(li August; 57 .September; 4'i year,
Oatstirm; 41V June; 40 H July; 81 H
WHEAT July tl 2; August
$1 2(l'i; September $12Hts; October
$1 2Kswi :'.
COUN'-.luly (JOV; August 67H; Septem
OAIS-July 40V; August 43; Sep.
Country rrodaeo, Kle.
BU TTER Choice to fancy creamery st
18fs20; seconds ut best ilairy rales. Dairy
t 141517 for fhnieav anil t:hvy, occasion
ally 18 was obtained for guilt-edge In a
small wav; fair to good 12(al4; common
Brti), Near-by packed almost unsalable;
market glutted with common stock, and
receipts liberal; quote common 4WI, fair at
7fM, and the best st WitW. Sales: 50
tulis choice crcuinoryst 20; 86 tubs dairy
EGGS Demand fair and market tit la (
LIVE I'OUliTKY There was liberal
supply on the market, and although the
demand was a little better tho feeling was
easy. Choice old hens said moderately at
$.1 OOWU 50; mixed at $2 O0fis?i 7ft
(according ta the ivunber of cocks In
coop) i cooks, if 2 2.Y't2 5. Boring Largo
sold unite readily at $2(92 50, but the lar
gest part of tbe arrivals are until and sell
slow ut f Ifiil 60.
LEAD There has been good shipping
demand for special brands of bard, with
liberal sales lately at $4 12K butredned is
quiet, and has sold In tbe past tbre days
t $4 12H. while In some Instsnees higher
was paid for car lots. Sales: To-day,
cars hard, chemical, In slngls car lots at
$4 WH-tbls freely bid.
Country markets shad lower. Cal
ifornia and red wheat to rrlv ad
vanced Sd. Spot wheat quiet; No. I ipring
8s 2d; Western winter 9s Id. Western
corn dull and easier st As 7d. Demand
from United Kingdom and Continent
inodrte fur wheat snd eoru. JUtwtpts
whejtjraat jrjah L4MtW0 slltaW, af whtoh
saCsPaWr MasWNrtsWt ,ar - - '
That's a common expres
sion and has a world of
meaning. 1 low much suf
fering is summed up in it.
The singular thing about
it is, that pain in the back
is occasioned by so many
things. May be caused by
kidney disease, liver com
plaint, consumption, cold,
nervous debility, &c.
Whatever the cause, don't
neglect it. Something is
wrong and needs prompt
attention. No medicine haa
yet been discovered that
will so quickly and surely"
cure such diseases as
Brown's Iron Bitters, and
it docs this by commencing
at the foundation, and mak
ing the blood pure and rich.
l.oganaport. Ind. Dee. I, iStos
t'nr a long tima I havt kses a
luffrrer from stomach and kidney
disease My appetite was very poor
and the very (mall amount I dia sat
disagreed with mc. 1 was aanoyod
very much from nnn-retentioa of
urine. 1 tried many remedies with
no success, until I used Brown's
Iron Hitters. Since 1 used that say
stomach does not bother me any.
My appetite it limply immense. My
kidney trouble is no more, and my
general health is such, thai 1 feel
like a new man. After the use of
Brown's Iron Bitters for one month,
I have gained twenty pounds ia
weight. O. B. SaauaaT.
Leading physicians and
clergymen use and recom
mend Brown's Iron Bit
ters. It has cured others
suffering as you are, and it
will cure you.
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