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A Household Article, for Universal
For Scarlet and
I Typhoid ft vers,
I Diphtheria, Hall
I ttorcThroat, Small
I roz. M'mk1i-. mil
all Contagion. IMM-ases. J'crv.iu waiting on
th Sick thoulri tu il freely, Scarier Kver hat
never been known to tpread where Ihe r'lwd km
used. Yellow Fever hat been rund wild it afler
black vomit had Ukiii pluoe. The wont
cue of Iiiphtheria yield to it
FeveroilaivlSIrk Per-1 SM.W.I..-1'OX
oil. r-freliPil nd 1 and
lied tore priiTciit- riTTINO of Small
T, t y j;a"ling w,lh I ' I'RKVKN. KIJ
lJarhv. r ui.l I
Impure Air made .. A m'mlr "f "y
ily wj taken wilh)
Small-jx. I uusd the
Fluid ; the patient vu
n--t dcliri'Mit, wat not
pitted, and wai about
the Ikmik again in three
wek, and no other
had il -J. W. Pajib.
For horn Throat it i a
ft'or fronted r'rt,
11; . . - . i
iou vecured by iu ute. I73HI
isiup rerrr preventen.
To parity the Hreat h,
trme the Teeth,
it can't be turpasied.
Catarrh relieved and
Israelite: 7 cured.
Wound he aled rapidly,
An A ntldote for Animal
or Vegetable Fouont,
I used the Fluid during
our proem affl icti'n with
Scarlet Fever with de
cided advantage. It it
inditpentaMc to the tick
room. W. F. Sanu.
ruD, Eyrie, Ala.
The phyiiciant here
Ute Uirbvt Fluid very
tucixMfull y in the treat
ment of Diphtheria.
Tetter dried up.
I'leera purified and
In cane of Death it
ahould be uted about
the corpte it will
prevent any unpleas
The eminent I'll jr.
I slclan, J. MAlliON
'KIMS M. !., New
York, uvi : "I am
I convinced W f Darbyt
J i'rophjlaitic Huid it a
- nniiviiie, irnn,
I tettifv to the most exlientqualiiiet of Prof.
I)arbyt Prophylactic Fluid. At a dmnfectant and
detergmt it U both lhe.irclii.ally and practically
aupenur to any preparation with which I am ac
quainted N. T. LunoN, I'ruf. Chemittry.
llarnye Fluid I Iterommended by
Hon. Aluxaniikh H. SrKi ums, of Oorjjia
kcv. I ma, F. Uhems, b.U., Church of the
Jttrangere, N. l .;
J.j LC'i,nt, Columbia. Prof , University, S.C.
Kev A. J. Kama, Prof , Mercer University;
kev. Ceo. K. I'lawcr., Ilithup M. E. Church.
INOISI KNSA III.K TO F.VEKY 1IOMK.
ierfcctly harmltts. t'ted internally or
eitcrnally for Man or llcatt.
The Hind hat l. i thoroiuldy letted, and we
have abundant eridri e that it hat done everything
here claimed. F ir fuller information get of your
Unigg'tt a pampnlet or tend to the proprietor!,
J. h. r.n.i.v & vo.,
Manufacturing Cheiimu, 1'HII.AIjF.I.PHIA.
OUGHT TO KNOW.
There exists n moans of siv
carinif n soil and brilliant
Complexion, no matter how
foor it may naturally he.
lagan's Magnolia Halm is a
delicate and harmless arti
cle, which instantly removes
Freckles, Tan, Kedness,
Kouehness, Eruptions, Vul
gar Flushing, etc., etc. So
delicate and natural aro its
effects that its use. is not
suspected by anybody.
iNo lady has the ris;ht to
present a disfigured face in
society when the Magnolia
Nairn is sold hy all druggists
for 75 ceufe.
I). BAY LEY,
OFFICE-Wlth U. 0. Caodee, City National
JJU. J. E. STIWNO,
128 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.-
VAPOU, ELESTKO-YAPOK and MEDICATED
HAT 1 1 si
A lady In attouduueo.
W. 0. JOCKLYN,
OITKICB Klghtu HtreL nar CnmDarclal Aventiu
It. E. W. WUITLOUK,
Omoi No. ISA Commirclal Avtinne, batweer
tfhf, end Nlt.'t- tri"
lai, it. iirtii.
Grand Central Store.
JfENV YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TIIJC CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATlKIt Ac OCX.
Cor. Nlnttaanth itraat I pn J rn Til
VammrrlalATna( IjllllVf lilt
A DAY'S DOINGS.
Catholic Clergymen and the
Meeting of Typographers at Cincinnati-Cyclone
.Kiv YmtK, Junf 4. A numlipr r'
riillii.lici-ltfmiiiiin Ufflhiftl to ritak aiiout
the followliiglet'er, wlili h l :tlil to lmv
liftn actil to many of tin- Irl-h l alhollc
c'lTvyriii'ii In thin t:tr on tlie duv tf tlm
Irlhll Nuii i:i l.t;j(;U'l lll.lsH llifl'lillg at
Till'. Ki;t i(itv )''ikiii Amvi kI
( A IHKHItAl., Nhw V"l:K,Ma I
To He. :
1 nut illiTitlcJ hr I do ( ardinul to
ri-'inei-t Dial ymi will t ot attend the inm-t.
of tin- J.und League ihU ivciiIiik.
VV'IM.IAM ttMN.N, Viein-.lii'tn-'ral.
Vit-ar ii niT;il funn and Katber h rale-,
tlie CiinliiiHl'i. Si-i ret irv. were nut acTe'
Id''. The Kev. ,l'hn liarkln Hiilil that tin?
lett'-r waa a 'pMvil.-Keil uoinnililiiealinii, "
ami that lie would prefer nut to ili.-nui It.
Ir. Win. It. VViilluec. on of tint Council of
S.-vrn oftlielrUh National l.irriff'iji-, nod
cliairinnn of the in:in-lnet-liic he'd In
oi- er I'lilon on Slav 21, to Iniiiiinirate lint
IrUli Nalional l.ea'u i-ald that he had
known for mini! time that the letter h id
l-i ' ii nt to the elcr.'vinen. Ilei-Kid: "If
Vku -lii ii. (iiiiin, In i-inlinj5 out the letter
thought tlrtl at lie im-i-tlni;
hH.VK IKil -IIKAIiKIl IISISnMAH
inlu'ht ilenoiim-e the I'lipe fur
hi i-oniiniiniefiiion to the ' Hi-hop-nf
Irelaml on the Iri.ti o-H'U'm. I
look tioii tlin priests a-i heinjj tv I i;uitle
and pure-inlniled incii whose adv. i.-e i al
way renpeeied hy our people, and their
friendly preneiiee'itnd kindly t-otttnel h ive
hei-n niitediilti on Many ore .taioin, to wild
and liijiulirioiin acheiiii-a and ) I o;fi:tx. ami
If their kupeilom uliould we fit to with
draw them from our prew-nt pulltieal
Mingle, the i.-iiui.e will Iom inanv aide itnd
trtiM worthy ftilde. TliU I would reaft
very miieh. hut I would bnvo II underxtoiwl
that with the pr!rt or without ihu prh nis
the iiiovemeiit liumt t i nn. We are imt h
at lipid rk nut to w e our dulv in th -i matt' r
ovenlf Ire Mlithorltle-f if the ' u-uh see lit
1 1 In'erpoM' their Jur ri ctlon a d r.-tralfi
Ihe prieta from piliejpallii ,,tii u. "
'How will thU afleet your leaKiie?"
"It will affect tin nnlv'ni 10 the ineinher
aldp of the orpanlatlon, fur reallv all' the
prifan here heloti( to it. I do not think,
however, tint any one eould'order them tn
ahandon canoe that N jut. for th'-v inii-t
tot In i ccoirfa-ice with their consi-iem-f . "
"What do you think caused the letter to
"I upect that It wan thought that the
Tope might he denounced hy somehodv at
thai particular meeting. In that Instance 1
don't think that It would had heen respect
ful either to the Pope or to themsehes that
the prnt should htivA heen ther. The
clert'.vmittt who did jro, however, had more
confidence In their countrytnrn lhan the
Vlear-Ueiicral had and the result proved
that thr-y were llhl."
Typotraph-n In 'ouri:i.
Cim iwmi. jini.'i
Ttpox-n h -ai M ea''' ,0 order
ui ! Afeioileon Hull Uii- uionilii(f. for. )M
t 'iri-flrt annual session, and Its aerond
rr.ft tln in tho tne -n City. The welcom
in; apeceh wa made hv Mr. it. W. Lil
Inul, of No. 8, Ciiielnnatl. The dele
Kates, as far as could he judired, are booJ-
looking, Iniilny men.
The oldest delegate Is Mr. William
linker, now of Ihla city, who represented
New York iu 1".VJ when he was a cnipos
Itor on the New York Tribune, then the
benlotflce In the Tnlled States viewed ty
pographically. Hilly tells rucy storicn of
the Trlhune'when it was great.
I huve talked with some of the delegates
coneernlnt: wot kinsmen's Interests, Mr.
Mreeter. of Chlcairo, savs that one princi
ple underlies success, and that Is the Idea
fathered by the notorious Uoycott of re
wardlnir friends and punishfn enemies.
Mr. Mark 1 l raw ford, kccii'tary-trcasur-crof
the I'nioii, views the issuance of for-"
ty-six charters durini; the past year as an
uiiuilstukalile lun of prosperity. He went
on to say tlmt printers nre the iuost lutein
(tent amonc the trades, and th it their
example Is followed by others. In the
present political condition of the country it
behooved every man to look at the man
for whom he was to vote, and not to the
party he professed to represent. Tho
Ideas he advanced were still further elabor
ated by John I!. IUIdeman, of Philadel
phia, who declared that progress Is stamp
ed upon labor everywhere, and that It is
making itself In legislative balls.
Aa Ohio SenaiUloit.
Bktan, Ohio, June 4. Startling devel
opments nre expected In the Iloltis-Kelser
scandal suit, whh-h was called for trial h ro
to-day. Somo fifteen years ao Amelia C.
White became the wife of C'bas. Holies, o
Jeweler. Two children were born of
the marrhure, but tho husband suspected
his wife of infidelity In connection with a
young man in his employ. It is alleged
that sha told Mr. Mollis he was not
the father of her children. Matters con
stantly arew worse, and some two years
ago be became suspicious that all was not
right between Amelia and tho family
physician, Dr. Ellas A. Kelser. A
violent outbreak occurred, followed by a
suit Instituted by tho wife against Mollis
for alimony. He then placed his proper! y
so thst It was not comeatahlo, after which
be concluded to travel for his boalth, nutl
sailed for the North Sea. He was next
beard of in Florida, and then returned
home some months ago, affecting a recon
ciliation with his wife. Upon her
promise to remain hereafter faithful
to her marriage obligations, he agreed
that after two year's probation ho
would again make her his wife as of yore,
and in the meantime suit should he brought
gainst Pr. Reiser for $10,000 for alienat
ing ber affect Inns and making her disloyal
to her marriage vows. The Doctor hits
prauticod here fifteen years, and by Indus
try, economy and closo application to his
Erofesslon has acquired a competence, and
ss borne a good reputation in this com
munity. General ( rook.
CniCAflO, June 4. -Secretary Lincoln,
who Is hoi-n returning from his fishing
trip, says: "There Is nothing whatever In
tho report that (Jen. Crook has violated the
treaty with Mexico. When he tclagraphml
me lust April that he was about to cross
the border in pursuit of the Apaches, I ro
piled that he must exercise extreme cau
tion, and preserve Intact the treaty with
Mexico. These treaty articles permit him
to enter with our tsoops, but he must no
tify the Mexican cominsmdcr of his arri
Cnirano, .nine 4. Shortly before 1
o'clock this morning Jacob Miller started
from bis house to buy a pitcher of beer.
Near Peoria street be was met by three
men who ordered him to stop and give up
his pocket-book. Miller showed Dght and
struck two of thorn. The third mas then
drew a revolver and fired, the ball striking
Miller In the breast, and tho men then
fled. Miller's ooudttlon la serious. The
ball waa axtraoted.
Dakota'! Mew Oastltol.
I'.ismahck. Dakota, June 4. The
S round selected for the capltol comprise
acres hi re lying a balf-mlle north of the
court house. They are 150 to Its) feet
above the Missouri liver, overlooking the
oily and surrounding country lor .miles.
Uisinarck's bid of $lo0,000 cashwas accom
panied by a guarantee of rispon-dhle citi
zens that acre of tho land would sell
for f.m.W. making the bid practically
$400,000 anil 100 acres. The -mmlsslon
says the site Is the finest In 1. k da. The
(iiivernor and Mullding (.'oinmlit arrived
tills morning, and to-morrow will select
the site and prepare th't bids for construc
tion. When the building is cotiinlcted tho
governor will make a proclamation at
nouncing Ihe chaste of the capilal location.
I'ntil this business will be transacted .In
Yankton. Superintendent Prior, Of flie
Milwaukee s.t. paid riilr.md, has pn
chased 1:'0 acres, Ivlngaha'fa mile soiiti
of lids city for vards. shops, etc., for
'.''). I UO. H'MirV Sttllee, it Is said, will
build to Kismarek. 1"0 mile., before Jurr,
thus giving .South Dakota direct cotinectlpJ
with the capital.
A hlcacoNrnsntlon. ' I
I'llK -aim, Jiiii'i I. Peicr .iretz, tie
young man who mad" Chicago mo warm
for Dr. Meyer, the alleged poisoner, Se-cui-panii'd
the reporters of a (iernun
mm uliu paper on t tour of Invest Igatiui
last nluht, and succeeded In uiiarthln
new facts which go to show the thoroughly
had c aiacter of Dr. Meyer better than
anything vet disclosed. Not only was
lilt t to poison Mrs. Meyer, but be was to
accompany on a pleasure ttip through the
smith, John l.ogi-riiianu, one of the doc
tor's most intimate friends, and was to kill
him by the same poi.on ued upon Mrs,
Meyer". Logcrniann was a wealthy Jjue
View farmer. Part of the compact was lo
marry another I.ogi-rmsnn, also wealth,
to a prostitute, who was then lo kill him In
the same wav. They would thus get po.
session of all the property belonging to Ike
I.ogei-inanns, These new facts give rise ;o
doubts as to the sanity of Dr. Meyer, wko
I be Pullman Ilecnli.
CiifCAiio, June 4. The entiles for ttis
single and double scull races at Pull mm
on June and to date, are as foilowi:
Single scull: Kdwanl Haitian. Wallace
Ko-s. (ieorge ll'isiiicr, (ieois'eW,
Charles K. Courtlier, Jaim s Dempst-v,
Prank Hill. U. J. N tL'le. M. Kilo, V. A.
Plaisted. William Klliott, (i. W. Wen
Berber, William brlcelaml, Kd Clator. J.
A. Ten Kvck, John McKay,.!. U, (iaudli r,
T. W. Keimcda, Harry Parker, Henry
Sheldon, J. H. Kilry and John Seeme.
Double scull: George Hosmer and John
McKay, Haitian and Lee, Wclsgeiber and
Selving. The course Is ou Lake Calumet,
at the suburban village of Pirlmaii, Just
south of this city.v here the most elaborate
and complete arrangements for seating and
otherwise accommodating from fifteen to
t verity - tl e thousand people have been
made.' liotb races will he three miles with
Pn isBLito, June 4. The (Irafton Iron
Company of Lectonia, Otilo, has failed.
The liabilities ure aliout ifasysji). Two
large concerns in Piitslnirg, Oraff, Hennett
A Co., iron manufacturer and furnace
men, and Hobluon. Hea t Co., are stock
holders iu the tirt iismed corporation.
Their solvency is undoubted. All rumors
of this kind disregard thu fact that their
own Indebtedness would huve to be paid
before any claim on score of the Grafton
Company could come on them. Holh
firms are extensive concern, and have al
ways been manau'-d with most conservative
views. Another corporation. Ha Kiiia
Irrui wo.k, tins atso rteen mentioned as
being in trouble, but Ihe Associated Press
correspondent Is Informed by undoubted
authority that then, is uo foundation for
A Krw Hisnd Opened.
Ne Bi ntiii. N. Y.,June 4. The open
ing of the New York, West Shore and
Buffalo railroad to Newburgh, was the
ev cut of to-day. Th first train left New
luighutT:13 in tho morning, amid the
cheers of a large crowd assembled to
witness the departure. Whistles were
blown, und other demonstrations made.
The first train from Jersey Citv arrived ou
tlme.and contained many pastengers, In
cluding several oiticlals of the road. Tho
train was greeted all along the route with
much demonstrations. At Maverstraw
there was a band of music and u cannon
salute was tired.
Xkw Turk, June 4. Tbo German
Lutheran Synod continued its session to
day. The business before tho meeting at
the entire morning session was the appeal
of Iv. Mr. Frey, of Ilrooklyn, front the
resolution In reference to the doctrine of
foieordinatlon. Frey made an address, lit
which he attempted to show that tbo
resolution In nucstlou Iwas heretical, and
ended by tendering his resignation as a
member of tbe synod, llev. Schrever, of
Lyons. N. Y., one of Prey's sympathizers,
A Strnnare Attempt at Nnlelda.
Cincinnati, June 4. A young than
giving the name of J. Diet:, Heading,
Pa., stepped Into the money order
department of thu postoftlce to write a
money order. Ho asked to be shown to
tho private room where ho could take a
sum of money from his boot. He was told
the passage way would do. He drew a
small revolver and shot himself twice in the
mouth before the pistol was taken from
him. Ills wounds do not appear to be
A Rwlndler on Trial.
Bos ion, June 4. James II. Langley,
arrived on Sunday on a charge of extensive
swindling through the medium of bogus
stock companies and other fictitious organ'
i.ittlons, was arraigned to-day, and plead
ed not guilty. The District Attorney
stated that a number of new eases would be
presented against Langley this week, and
consequently bis ball wits fixed at JJS.OOO.
The Inspectors of Police bad threo addi
tional casus reported to thorn to-Jav,
111 first Train. '
Knoxvim.k, Tenn., Juno 4. The first
through train from Louisville over tho new
linn of road arrived at Knoxvllle this morn
ing, running the whole distance, llilo miles,
In thirteen hours. Tim train brought the
olllclals of tho Lonlhvllln and Nashville
railroad, who were met at tho depot by
several thousand poopln. Tho excursion
passed on through to Charleston, S, C.
Tho trains run regular from this dalo ho
tween Louisville and Knoxvllle.
An Alabama Cyclones
Chicago, Juno 4. A Dally News spe
tdul from Decatur, Ala., says a cyelono In
llurtney county on Sunday demolished the
houses on tho plantations of Hetroiiuvnt,
Neely, Wilkinson, Stiles, Nerner and Mrs.
Mn ghitni. One colored man waa killed
and several other persons Injured.
Street Car Men on m Hlrlko.
CitiCAHO, June 4. The drivers and con
ductors of tho State Street Cablo railway
line to tho number of 1,000 quit work at
noon to-day, owing to a reduction of wages
ordered by tho enmpauy. A few cars of
the SI ato street line are bouiff operated by
new, but the romalnlng threo Hues are
Killed lila Ilroiber.
Troy. N. Y., June 4.Dtirlnff th ab
sence of his parent 8unda erenlng Theo.
Martin, aged seven years. found a revolver.
Ilo and his fourteen-year-old brother
were examining tbo weapon. Theodora
pulled the trigger, and toenail entered hit
brother'! throat. To wound U probably
Three Conspirators Released from Jail
More Conspiracy Russian Troubles.
.H-W.IN, June 4.-Davitt, Healr and
giilnn were released from Klliimluhain
Jail at 1:110 this afternoon.
AN'MHKK CON rift RACY.
Duni.ix, June 4. A conspiracy to mur
der at (iHi rlek-on-Miir, eounly Tlpperary,
has been discovered. Il is expected a
number of arrests will follow the dis
covery. TDK INKOKMKUH.
James Carey and other Informers who
testified at the trial of the Ptucnlx Park
iiiuid.'iers, have been notified that they
niut Indicate the places out of the country
to which they wish to be sent. Caicy pro
tested that he would remain in Dublin, but
the authontiesjpojutud out that he would
receive no police protection, and that on
no condition would be be allowed to re
main lu Ireland.
Dcni.iN, June 4. A memorial to the
ioveriiinent prav ng that the. death sen
tence of Timothy Kelly, one of the Phu-nlx
l'urk murderer's, be commuted, has
been sigmtd by seven Jurors siiiuinotted
during the recent commission, Including
two men who served on tho Jury which
Di bun. June 4. Is is Inferred from
this action that the. extradition proceedings
Ir the cases of WaUli, shcridau and Tynan
mYoan ani r.wtsKu,.
London, June 4. MeCoitn, the member
of Parliament for Wlcklow, Iu a letter to
Paroi II informing him of his withdrawal
from the Parnellite party says his reason
for severing his connection with the psrtv,
besides bis offense at the Parnell action in
his (McCcan's) aflulr with O'Kelly. is that
its alms and methods have long cea-ed to
be those lo which he subscribed Ihies
years sgo. JIo cannot, therefore, con
scientu.usly remain iu it. M't'oan has
a so written to the Freentan'n Journal,
Dublin, regarding hi withdrawal from
tho Parnelllie party. In It he says the
aims of four or five gentlemen who' obvi
ously force Parnell 's hnnd have long de
veloped bevond the policy of honest land
reform ami federal home rule, lie says he
cannot continue to mainlitin even nominal
relatlonswith veiled communism and rebel
lion. He asserts that there arc other
men in the party who think as he does,
but they are cowed by f lar for their seals
In the House of Commons, which is hard
to understand iu honest men. McCoan
tavs be will not shrink from asking
the Judgment of bis constituents on his ac
tion. MM! MEN CHAKUEO Wil li MUltDKR.
Dublin, June 4. In the Letterfroch
murder conspiracy case jour men, two
named Flaherty, and two named respect
ively Donnelly and Connelly, have been
committed for trial on a charge of having
murdered Constable ( avamiugb and a man
Darned Lydens. Five other Dieu were
committed op charges of treason, felony
and conspiracy to iniiid'-r,
St. PETKRSMUKt;, Juno 4. A second
Inquiry into tho riot, which occurred on
the streets of St. Petersburg last Mon
day evening, shows it was Instigated by Ni
hilists. OCT KOK A MUVE.
Moscow, June 4. The Emperor and
Empress drove to Sokolnlkl to-day to at
tend tho ml'itary fete. They were not ac
companied by an escort.
MNNKH Kon TIIK CultltKSI'ONHKNTS.
The municipal authorities will give
grand dejeuner at Snkii.ui to the foreign
Pari, June 4. General Wlnipffen, o'
the French army. In a letter to Eveuement
savs the object of Count Von MoltKe's
tour recently lu Italy was to study the
best route for tho invasion of southern
Chicago, ,.'uiie 4. -A Dally News spe
cial from Toronta. Cumda. says a Fenian
plot to blow up the Wrllurd Ship canal has
Just been unearthed, but particulars are
wanting at this moment.
Behmn, June 4. The statement of
the Imperial Hank of Germa
ny shows nn Increase of specie b,LHt,000
A Fraraa Knda In Heath,
Sr. Lorw, Juno 4. -Still another homi
cide Is put down against tho fame of St.
Louis. William Mick died this morning,
having been attacked on Thursday
night Inst by Harney McKcnna.
Both wero waiters iu a restaurant, Me
Ksnna being well-known having been
there several years. On Thursday
Mary Toole, a painter's girl, received an
order for Icttuco from McKeiina. While
she was getting It ready Mick got an order
for the lame dish from one of bis
customers, and desired tbe girl to
Sve him what she bad prepared for
cKenna. The srlrl refused
and told MuKtnna of Mick't proposal.
McKenna Immediately stepped up and
slapped bis face. Mick thereupon ran
to the sideboard and began throwing
tumblers at McKeuna, As he picked
lip the third glass McKenna
ran to arrest Mick's arm,
and a struggle for tho glass
ensued. ending In McKenna
getting it sway from Mick, cutting his own
band while so doing. After he had gained
tin mlislle ho brought It down upon Mick's
held. This clossd the contest. Mick was
taken to the Citv Hospital, and there he
tiled this morning. officers Lyons and
Flrnn arrested the assailant.
Beeeher'a Birthday AnnlTeraary.
New Yohk, June 4. Henry Wind
llr-ochnr will be seventy years of age on th
'.Mi b . and his family, friends and Plymouth
eiingregatlon are planning to celebrate
t!io day. Mr. Chailus A. Dana will not ho
Ciiicaoo, June 4, Tho Calumet Iron
and Steel Company, at South Chloigo,
which has been closed for several days, do
baling whether It would accept tho Pitts
burg schedule, started again this morning
with half tho usual force.
The Mcl.aan ('meat.
Washington, June 4. Ex-Congressman
McLean Is here looking after his con
test for bis seat In the next House. Ills
papers have mostly been filed and ho any
he will make a itrong fight and believes he
will get his seat.
Sunday trains on the llotistonlo Itallroad
were stopped on Sunday by the Massachu
setts authorities on petition of Herksblie
Evtnnslvo flies aro raging tn the pineries
of Northwestern Michigan. Fears are ex
pressed of heavy damage unless ruin speed
ily comes to the relief.
At Wlnterset, la., lit li.'IO o'clock on
Sunday morning an armed mob broke lulu
the county Jail and Ivuched John Horn
mer awaiting trial' for the murder
of William Nrwell at Wlnterset ouo year
.Tame II. Langley, alia "Dr." Lang
ley, known throughout tbe mini
try Ring of the rotor Funks"
was arrosted In Boston on Sumlsr. For
five years he has bean operating In the
leading cities ot the East and West
a i promoter of stock-Jobbing
oorporauoui organized ior awiBuuug pur
FOREIGN NEWS. o ih umi bh,. 1
On lh (sraal Bride.
5ew York. Juno 4. The new rail that
has been erected on the Brooklyn bridge
dividing the foot-path where tbe recent ca
lamity occurred, did not have tbe effect
Intended Sunday. Tbo structure waa
again crowded, and foot passengers were
obliged to take the roadway to avoid the
possibility of a repetition of the disastrous
blockade. The trustees are considering
plans for rooting over tb bridge to shelter
passengers from the summer's beat and
the winter' cold. No steps have been ta
ken toward erecting a second
foot-path or for enlarging the present
The Naval Aeademy.
Anvai-oi.i, Mil., June 4. Tho Board
of Visitors of the Naval Academy met this
morning and appointed thi following com
mittee on the standard of scholarships: Dr
S. A. Given. K. V. Klngsley, Prof. G. J.
Ilich and Kev. J. W. Densinore. This
committee covers the field not heretofore
investigated hy the hoard of visitors and
undoubtedly bears relation to the recent
complaints of the cadets.
JastlcA la Oeiperailoea.
Atlantic, lo.," June 4. Frank Brown
and John Anderson, two desperate mem
bers of what Is known as the "Crooked
Creek" gang, pursued u course of intimi
dation in the little town of Wiata for three
hours Sunday, firing revolves promiseu
ously and creating other forms of disturb
ance. Finally they were met bv ah armed
body of eitiens and shot down. Ander
son died and Brown will die.
lrofertlii- Her Honor.
ST. Lot ii, June 4. -Mrs. Liztta Hafer,
a comely married German irn l, who speaks
no Kntil'h, called upon Assistant Piosecu
tin Attorney I liei ses at noon to dav and
complained of c. .soinmei h itiscr. a'mar
lied nun with several children, who called
at her home, So. 317 ciurk avenue, when
her liiisliaud was out and as-uulted her.
she successfully resisted alter a terrible
A Texas Cyclone.
Dallas, Texas, .lime 4. A cvclone
struck Greenville, Hunt enmity. Saturday
night, demolishing the M ttbodist Chinch
completely, ilostroviii'.'three tine residences
and tiiirooiinx and otherwise injuring forty
or fifty others. Many persons are report
ed Injured, but only one death, tmtt of a
small colored child. The damage Is esti
mated ut .'iO,iK)0 to $'l.0 )0.
The Capital Mover Married .
St. Lofia, June 4. Miss llebeeca
Morro'v was united to her uttiuitv at 4 p.
m. Sunday; in tbo parlors of J, J. (mtley,
at Jefferson avenue and Miami street. The
Itev. Dr. Elliot performed the ceremony
which made tbo t'enlal totirnalist and eapf-tal-inover,
L. lT. lle.ivs. benedict.
A Unci Ntrlke.
Bf.ACKM'o.ME, it. I...luno4.-The strlk"
of the spender tends at the Blackstone
Cotton .Aim this morning caused tho shut
ting down of tho machinery and throw
ing eight hundred operators out of em
ployment. t'oal Shipment.
rinsnUKU. June 4. Coal shipment
the past forty-clgiit hours aggregnto l.lfJi),
Out) busliels, of which 1.377.ISS) bushels
were for Louisville and the balance for
PinsiitTno, June 4. Tho genera' satis
faction at the settlement of the wage uues
tlon last week leaves little ground for
.,""",s1Bi:'Mi !'. Juno i.-rn Sen
aw pss, j, i !,,,.. uu, iiQ i nis
contract system iu prisons and reformat?"
Crushed In lalh. '
Carmi, III., June 4. Ike Kussoll. a
ogman, was crushed licueaih a log while
working In the Big Wabash bottoms Satur
day. THE MARKETS.
J CMS i, ivs;j.
AI . i.rl- W -V( and bin lower; exports
$67ti l; poor lo choice shipping 5 00r
8 00; common to fair $o OOtto W.
1I( )GS Dull and unchanged; rocoipts
8,:i;i0 bead: shipments UOO head, demand
small. Light to good heavy weights
i"iu ii uui i iuiu'i iu, uiiik oeioty 1(1 ; a
few pigs at ifoYtM 40; shippers bidding 1005
SHEEP Sheared; Common to mo
li il tn $ 25m 00; fair to good $3 M
a4 80; prime $4 00ft 00; Texans fair
o good ,f-j Mkif4 50. Lambs wanted at
il S0ra;) per head.
SI . LOUIS,
CATTLE Scalawags $2 wri:i 75; stags
nd bulls Wiwtti 26; light shipping steers
6 2ftrf.l 05- heavy ehlpplug steers $.1 "fcb
lo; good cows and Lslfers H IY4 75;
ommon cows and heifer $3 fxirrf 4 Ui;
ood cows and calves $-10 Oorsw 00; com
aon cow and calves 11& 00tf'id 00.
WHEAT Lower, closing at $1 11
June;$l Vl July;$l 1.1 August; $1 1C
September; $1 ti October; 1 lOVyoar.
COBS Lower at o7V June, &7 s ra ''
July, o7-Tj August; o7' ; 58'. September;
tUTS-Loworat 39K Junes 3nw July:
SSiH August; 81H year.
WTinVT-Lower, closing at $1 20
June; l lt)H July; $1 1HX August; 1 21
Scnlemlier; $1 28 October; fl If ' year.
COBN-Lower,60' June; fl;l July ; 54 V
August; 55 ; September; 47K year.
OATS-Lower; 401 June; 40 July; 81
WHEVT-Juno M 21 'ib. ; July $1 2.1 Y;
August H 25't ; September $1 27; Octo
ber -t I -H.t'.
COUN-June (iV; July tWX; August
07 S; SeptemboriW'i'.
OATS-July 40',:i.'. ASgtls'. 42'ijSep.
tenibor SO'i. mt
t'onulrjr 1'roiluce, tie.
BDTTKK Choice to fancy creamery at
lHfrf.'U; dairy at I-CB17 for choice and fan
cy; fair to good I'Jfti'H; common rVtt 10,
Near-by packetl almost unsalable; mar
ket glulliAl wliu common stock, and iu-
rclpis continuing llberul; quote common
at Cat'), fair ut 7rjs, and tho best at
EGGS Demand fair und market firm at
LIVKPOI'LTKY-Thcie was a liberal
supply on the market, and although the
demand was a 111 lis better the fouling was
easy. Choice old hens sold moderately at
$J OOfrfU 26; mixed at i twl 75
(according to the ii'imbnr of cock In a
coop); cocks, .fj 2.VnJ 60. Soring Large
sold quite readily at iM4i 60, but the lar
gest part of the arrivals are small and sell
slow al llofl 60.
JiF.W PoTATtiKS-Hlgher; offerings in
adi'ijimle lo demand. Hales; Bulk at
f 1 15 "W bu.
LEAIl-lulet. Small sales at Refined
at HjaxiWIS. -Ipeclsl brands brands
of hard In Uomuiid at H 13 X
Cotinlrr hiaikeis simile lower. Good
mixed Amivlcan corn off ooust advanced
orrt'.M. Spot wheat dull and I'ltslei iNo. 2
Spring IN Jil ! No, H spring s Kd; Western
w Inter fs Id. California wheat' declined
Id. Westaru coin dull ami easier at 6
It lt d, Demand from United Kingdom
sud Coutlosut ot ntuoa dolus lu wksal
That's a common expres
sion and has a world of
meaning. How 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 has
yet been discovered that
will so quickly and surely
cure such diseases a3
Brown's Iro.v Bitters, and
it does this by commencing
at the foundation, and mak
ing the blood pure and rich.
I f'gansport, Ind. Dee. t, 1880.
Tor a long- time I hv bcn a
iufferer from stomach and kidoey
diuate. My appetite waa very poor
and the very small amount I did. eat
disagreed wilh me. 1 was annoyed
very much from non-retention of
urine. 1 tried many remedies with
no iucceti, until I used Brown's
Iron Bitten. Since I used that my
stomach doe not bother me any.
My appetite itsimply immense. My
kidney trouble it no more, and my
f tncral health is such, that I feel
ike a new man. After the ute of
Drown't Iron Bitters for one month,
I hare gained twenty pounds in
weight O. Ii. Saruint.
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.
v? 30 M
rniiE city national bank. .
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
OA PITA 1 , 100,000!
A General ttiinkiiiir I'usinesn
THOU W. It AM.lDAY
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Egy ptiau Flouring Mi 11 s
HitrhHt rani) Price Paid for Wheat.
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