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TAIKO. ILLINOIS FRIDAY MORNINU. .JUNE 8, 1883,
A IIouMihold Artlcla for Universal
For Scarlet and
Typhoid V evert,
So roTliroat, Small
Vox, Mvaalti, and
all Contagious Dlaeaaes, Persona waiting on
tht Sick should uu It freely. Siailcl Fever na
never been known to spread where the fluid wa
used. Yellow Fever Haa been cured with it after
black vomit had taknii place. The wont
cae of lliijliilieria yield tu It.
Keredn.lHI kIer. I HMAIX-POX
Bona refreshed and ! and
ll, d Horr prevent- , PITTINU of Hmall
ed by bathing wuh ' OI ritKVKNTEO
Impure Air nude
harialest and purifkl.
For Nore Throat it it a
for Proatad r'ret,
Chilhlalna, Pi leu,
(Soft White Cunpla
lone secured by iu use.
Ship Fever prevented.
To purify the Ureal li,
Clean the Tefth,
It can't be turpaaied.
Catarrh relieved and
llurna relieved inatantly .
A member rf my Cam.
i II v tu taken witrt
I Small pox. I used the
i I luid ; the patient u
n-t dcliriuua, waa not
I pitted, and wa about
I the h iuic again in thrca
Iweekt, and no other!
had it -). W. Paa.
The phytlciant here
uie Darby! Fluid very
luccettfulfy in the treat-
Wounds healed rapidly,
An Antidote for Animal
or Vegetable fououa,
I uted the Fluid during
our proem affliction with
bcarlet Fever with de
cided advantage. It is
Indiapeiuahle to the tick
room. Wat. F. Sand
roo, Eyrie, Ala.
ment of Diphtheria,
A. Stoi.limwikc k.
Tetter dried up.
t holera prevented.
lUrr purified and
Iu caae of Death it
ihould be used about
the corpae it will
prevent any unpleas
i The eminent I'liy.
I alrUii,.!. M AKION
! SIMS, M. I)., New
I York, iaw: " 1 am
i convinced l'pif Darby
, 1'rophylai tic Fluid i a
I valuable Uiaiiiftxuut."
Vanderbllt I'nlvenilty, N'aahvllln, Tenn.
I teitify to the nioit eacellent uualitiet of Prof.
Darbyi Priphylar lie Fluid. Ai a dumfecunt and
detergent it i both theoretically and practically
tuperior to any preparation with which I am ac
quainted N. T. Lci-tow, Prof. Chemiatry.
Itarhya Fluid la ICi'ronimeniled by
lloa. Alkxahixn H. brar-iimi, of Georgia
Kev. Ci. F. Daaau, D.D., Church of the
Ktranfcn, N. V.;
ioa. LG 'irr a, Columbia. Prof. , t'nivenliy ,S.C.
lev. A. J. Uarrta, PrT, Mercer Umvmity;
Kev. Cao. F. Pianca, llcahop M. E. thurch.
INDISI-hSSAHI.K TO EVEKV HOME.
Perfectly harmlnf. Uwd internally or
fraternally for Man or lleast.
The Fluid baa xrn thoroughly levied, and wt
have abmitlant evidenre that it ha doneeveryihiuK
here claimed. For lullcr information grt of your
VrutiM a pamphlet or tend to the proprietors,
J. II. ZKIL1.N CO.,
Manufacturing Oiemiui, PHILADELPHIA.
H. II. Candee, City National
JJU. J. E. STRONG,
128 Commercial Ave , Cairo, III.
VAPOK, S1.E0TKO-VAP0K axd MEDIC ATKD
A Udy la attendance.
W. C. JOCJfLYN,
OFKU'S-Biehlj Street, near Corny trclal Amnat)
JU. K W. WHITLOCK,
Krr' i p H'i
aai. a. imitii.
luaiiiT a. (Mitu
Grand Central Store.
CIKO. - ill.
JEW YORK STORE,
WHOLES A.LE AND RETAIL. ,
Tlie Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
, O. O. PAT1KR & CO.,
Cor, Nineteenth street 1 Pinm 111
n.....l.l inniM ' ''lilt', lilt
N. B. Thistlewood & Bro.
311 A IN,
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo. - - Illinoia
J-f E. INCJ),
Manufactaror and Dealer In
Otb Btrueu between foui'l A. wad Li'vuu,
OUOKE BORINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMUNITION.
lafM Kaaalted, AU KUdi oi Ko Made,
CRIMINAL AND GENERAL
of the Capture of the
A Reported Serration at Alton,
Wavkhi v, In., June 7. Tlir? cupture of
th uiili-d lUilier 1hih outMirrt'd at a furiii
buiihC diiir inlln miitliwhi of rrljioll anil
alxlei'U Mi I In KdiilliFit-t of tlila ilai'f. I'Mr
ing the day tin- li;id licrn umci.-alvd In Uie
barn of a (ii'i iii:n fiirtncr named AuKtint
T'gtui' re, and about eight o'uloi:k In Uif
evening llioy wt-nt ta the liouau and atlted
for aoins auiiiMT. lleurr Teijtiui're, aon
of the fitrun r, rtconni.ed them and auc
ceedrd Iu conveyltiK tlila faitt t tbe fallicr
wlji) ui hi; diMmi'li-d to give the alariu to ttiu
kKhuori. Henry remained at home to a
lit hii mother In prearln a meal fur tliu
dtsparadoea. Several men, all of whom
were German, accompanied the elderTegt-
mere to nil Dome. I hey nail no weapon
aave ami knoTirun wn ii it ih canned wan
not lomlifd. 1 be liiU'litlou wan to enrrouiid
he uoiivi and when tbe boy came out
o Miiinz upou them and MCiuir
them Ucfore thetr uiili:ln!i
could Im' itroiiseil. ThU plan vn Imlllrd
hi' ii . h I lie ( xirltt.mi.iit of one man who
ruahed into the l oic to necure tbe Imndlta,
uvon wuic-u tne miter
HOT H 1RKW HBVOLVEHa
and Ix'gun firing tiromlaciiotiily. lln-
ry Tcetmi-re arrana upon I'Jll
tlariier, knocked bla band awar
anu cautnt Llui by tbe throat.
The melee then became peneral and UJI wa
noon on trie nuor, out tiiariagi'd to continue
nrlnr orrr MioiiUli r. Ike managed to
eacape Ills turueri for a moment, and.
eapicif llitolUili tb ouen window, levan
flriug at tbe men liialde. Iiv tbla time ev.
eral oftbe aitacklng party were wounded
and finally oue, mimed Henry Page, went
outside the door and aucceedad in plnlonlnc
Ike by the anna. Henry Karstlng received
aboil throuxh bia bodr and exclaimed:
'toy, I am eoinir to die." He all con
tinued tbo right and aided In tying both i
tiy tbe arm with a rope which Jim. legt
mere bad gone to the barn aud procured.
niKieen anoia were nrea oy tne outlaw.
Ike ued two weapon he bid on blaperaou.
Of tbe ave brave men who attacked them.
an were wounded, uie injured being at
Henry Keratins-, ibot thromrh the bodr
and died at 1 :1ft thla morning.
John 11. Kamtlnz. abut In eft breast. hlD
Henry Tegtmere, abol Iu the neck.
Henrv Pak-e. ahot In tbe braaet. the lull-
let atrlking the bone and comlnc out at the
AueuKt Teifhtmere. fineer bitten and
ltae Haaaaa Caanbler.
Dodob Cut, Kaa.f June 7. Tbe garab-
ltr are busy to-day circulating petition,
that will be prcjetrttd to the Uty Otaaail
to-nlgbt asking that tbe Mayor edict iud4
pretslng gambling be declared Told. Gam 4
bier' name on theto petition, however,
do not count, to It is hoped tbat when
tbere 1 a how of itreugtb before the Coun
cil the Mayor' friend will be In tbe uia
Jurity . Short came back here by Invitation
or the citizen on condltlou tbat be k ve
$1,000 bond to keep the peace, w hich wa
done, out the old quarrel wet quickly
renewed by the more active partisan of
trie two iHotiou. a teiegrapuiu appeal
for help was yeaterdav tent to the
Governor by tbe Mayor, tbe aberlff
and other, a an outbreak teemed
Imminent. In repone to tbls appeal
Adjutant General Moonlight arrived
here at 12 o'clock lat night and I looking
Into the situation. He brought a fresh tup
ply of ammunition whtrb, with the fifty
Kiidflcld rttles and Ibe l.Ouu round of am
mutiillou in Sheriff Hlnkle't poiwcMion be-
lore, win nave a wnoieaome erred upon the
mwies taction, ineioerm oas been or
aerea to keep tuo peace, aud II necetnary,
be will be backed up by tho milltiu. After
atudylng all tbe point In the oaae Short l
fighter buve prudontlv left the town, and
no Immediate renewal of the trouble I
looked for. The mayor nay that if the
counael override hi proclamation ho will
reslL'D and let the lumli eri have full awav.
It la agreed tbut the city' fluances will be
in a ucinorauie condition If the gambler'
monthly lines cease, that the buainvat of
tbe town will mateiiully decroane, and that
tome or the best citizen will be broken up,
etc. On tbe other band, It Ii laid that If
tho citizen full to keep tbe upper band
now their day' bondage will be long con
A Donbtfnl Outrage,
Alton, III., June ".Mi Annie Hin
tick appeared before a justice of the peace
yesterday afternoon aud swore out a war
rant agiiutt two men living In Upper Alton,
churgliig t bem with succeeding In a crlml
nul assunlt upon her. She tells a peculiar
story, it set in sue nnu an engagement to
take a wink, nisi Sunday evening, with a
young mnu who was waiting upon her. He
tailed to appear, nowever, and a young
nun, who wii a stranger to herself, called
and Maid that Iter gallant, who was a friend
of bia, was ill mid bad requested him to act
a a substitute. Shu accordingly started
off with tbo stranger. I hey walked to
ward the C. H. A V- depot, about a mile
from the college, where there are very few
nouses, Alter they had reach'
ed the track he proposed that
they go to , Wood river, about
oue hundred yard distant. Slio nc-
quiesea, URvmg no reason to suspect harm,
but before they ranched tbere another nun
appealed. She ay the two then seized
and carried her into tbe woods, a few yards
awav, urspueuin met mui sue resisted UU
in utterly exnntiKtcii. mie managed to
walk back home, however, one of the
men accused H married, the
other single. Hnitilt town on learning
ine warrant nan neun issueu. The young
woman I bright and rather pretty, and ha
always borne an excellent reputation, The
fact that she told no one of the crime until
two uavi aitorwnru m commented tmon
rather unfavorably, but she proposes to be
oio loesinunsu tue cnarge.
Mlar Route Trial.
Washington, June 7. In tbe star
route trial this morning Carpenter read the
support of his assertion to show that Her-
dell had charged tho "J. 11. B." check to
the mall account by lorsey's direction. It
wa due to Judire Kclforu to say that there
was uo testimony In or out of this case tbat
In any way Implicated or Involved htm In
the etar route matter. Judge Bel ford was
most honorable gentloman holding a posi
tion In public life and as current rumoit
Might be calculated to do blm tomo dam-
ate, he. Merrick, inado these remark In
ranaratlon of any wromf thai mla-ht have
Men done blm. Merrwk won conUutud
A KO.OOO UmU AatalBtt ()!.
Nkw Yori, June 7. In wood Ii the nam
by which the narrow neck of land, louth of
r?j uyteu Duyvll, forming tbe nortbweUrn
portion of Manhalten Inland, U known. II
contain the residence of many wealthy
iiierchanta. Mr. Joaepb Keppler. the can
eitturlHt, and part owner of Pin k lle there
in a uiinanome noma, near ny uvea tun
widow of the banker tittttlg, with her
Inotber-ln-luw, Mr. C. L. rtchmlttlcr,
tlm florist. Luat March Mr. Keppler
went out upon the load to icttle
tllilictiltv bt-twetn IiIh Utile
ilaiiifbier Imia, aged eight, and Tcnile hat
ti', tied twelve. A conai'iiuence he la
lf I be dcfi'iiilaiil before the court in a
anil for r.n.'NXJ ilumiiu'i-t for an tinaull upon
li. Mtitlk' little ifirl. Mr. hcpplcr l
in Kurope, but Mr I'lau. hl mnUier-ln-
luw, i xpiaiim tlntt the children nnu iro
mi. ntly (imrriled, and Unit, upon thn day
In iiii'fiion, Mr. Kcppl''r' ciimu run
!i:iiir In to fell him Unit li ln;t wn bcInT
beaten by Teazle fattlr. lie ran out,
and to put a Mop to tbe constant bicker
tiVi .tapped each of tbe little girl
i-t once. Htid led lila daughter into mu
nisi', Mr. ScbmittlerHaldln the absence
of Mr. SutilK, that be heard tluit Mr. Ivep-
ili'Wliad whipped lesale, and went out to
iiive-llnnte. He found the little girl very
weak unit bleeding. For live week the
wan con rlnej to the bouse, being weak, ner
vous und lame, and bad not to thla day re
covered ber bearing thoroughly. Mr.
Sell mil tier aald that the family bad not em
ployed a pbysiclAii to attend the child, and
be wa ttnabiR to g.ve the name of
Kunttay Krbool Worker.
Strkatoh, III., June 7. Tbe econd
day' excrclin of the Sunday athool con
vention were led by the Kev. 1). Hurd, of
Matacllle. Lea than 250 delegate were
present. Iteport from only ,i countlei
Intve been received, a against Wi lust year.
Addressea were made by N. C. Hazzard,
of C'niciigo; Klder Kno V. Taylor, of
llloomiugton; Kev. Tbonii Spellman, of
-NokomU: Ir. C. H. J.ong, or rontlac;
Kev. A. T. Plerson, of Indianapolis, and
otber. The expenses of tbe yeur were re
ported at J2.M2.
EVILS OF THE DAY.
What Methodist Minister! Think of tho
S und a j Theatres, and Liquor,
Cincinnati, June 7. In their tecond
ession the Methodist ministers in the con
vention of tbe Eust Cincinnati District, dli
cussed Sunday travel, the theatre and tbe
liipior traffic. The Hev. W. N. WillUmt
empbutically condemned the practice of go
ing to church In carriage, and, while tbe
fnmily la Inside ehnutlng "hallelujah,"
leaving the coachman outside In the bond
of wlckcdnev, fifty-two Sunday In tbe year.
The Hev". J. S. Whitney did not believe In
Sunday excursion trains, nor in camp
meeting train. The Itev. Tbot.
Lee thought tome CbiUtian were
too much given to extreme
view, and rather strongly advocated
unday recreation aud rest iu green Held
and country air. It wm declared tbat
Cincinnati violate tbe Lord' day more
remorselessly than tbe city of Lon
don, in loronto there are no Sunday
ttreet car, md Toronto I a much tweeter
cltv than Cincinnati, tald one of the
The tendency of the theater it rufnout
aud downward, said tbe Uev. D. C. Vance,
aud It baa hren proven absolutely unre-
fonnable. It tread It toward demoraliza
tion aud ruin.' Teplay wa ivtr acre In
the W'eHb tuagua, and that people art
virtuous tbat thev are oflen tmtmtiof tbelr
Jfiils In theological leminarie. A number
of tbe reverend clergymen who bad never
been iii'lde a theater Joined warmly in tne
The evening hour win devoted to a tem
perance iuas-meetlng. In which the Kev.
S. Week led off with "reaon why the
Kerulutlon Amendment should not be
adopted." We have tried persuasion and
prater, said he, let u trv prohibition.
The Kev. A. li. Leonard followed In sup
port of the amendment, caving that It I tbe
only policy that can perceptibly decrease
the liiiuor'lMflic, the ouly policy in bar
inonv with the Christian religion and with
the discipline of the Methodist Church.
The spceehei in support of tbe opposing
views on tbe amendment were powerful ef
forts and convinced tbe hearer tbat both
tide were itrongiy interctted In tbe
Columbia, Mo., June 7. Tbe com
mencement exercises at Christian College
were closed Wednesday. Nineteen gradu
ated this year. Elder J. K. Sogers, who
has administeted the college for tbe past
six years, now retires, being succeeded by
tnier v . a. uiunam.
The session of Stephen's Collece. the
state Female baptist college, closed Wed
nesday after interesting exercises, including
the graduation of eleven students, and an
annual address by .1. a. Lowry, of tbe
Kansas Cltv First Kaptlst church,
who has resfgned, hi place being given
to the Kev. T. W. Barrett, oh Jefferson
(.iLArtiiow, Mo., Juno 7. Lewis College
graduation exercises were well attended
vestci'ilav. Over 2U0 new students are
booked for next full.
Waul so k to Work.
Bi'nkkk Hill. 111., Juno 7. At a
conference between tho Bunker Hill Coal
Company and the miner at liarnum's
Hall last night, the latter stated that they
were ready to ko to work under Hie terms
agreed to, and were anxiously awaiting
permission to do so from the district Union.
The president of tbe local Union said be
was working hurd to secure this boon, but
that lie feared work would not bo resumed
before August 1.
iin SI ruck.
LiiciikikM), III., dune 7. (las was
struck In Van Vlcck's new well Wednesday
and tbe flow was surtielcnt to supply a large
city. A couple of 2-inch pipes load the gas
from the well, and from the end of each
I leaps n flame twenty foet In length. When
inn iitii'iiing tne gas rustics rroin tne pipes
with a roaring noise which can be bcanl two
I'BKliaT for Tramp.
Mii.waukkk. Juno 7. Tho seven tramps
burled by the collapse of the Marine eleva
tor, last evenliiL', have not yet been
reached, though a largo force of men have
been dinging out the wheat ever since the
disaster occurred. Tbere were 115,000
and not 150,000 bushels of No. 2 wheat Iu
A New Monitor.
Wilmington, Del., June 6. Tho United
.States double lurretted monitor Amphl
trllo wuh successfully launched at 2:15 this
afternoon amid great enthusiasm.
Wahhinuton, June 7. Gon. Sbermsn's
youngest daughter, Uachaol, Is betrothed
io ex-Secretary Blatuoi second ion, Mr.
An Editor lMtt
Baltimore, June 7. Charleo C. TuU
iuii, cuiiur uu ii vyiiatvi wt mawaawf
died UkU norniag.
Washington, Juno 7. Adlutant
General Drum tbla morning received the
following telegram :
WHirpLB UAKHACKS, ARIZONA, JllhI
Oeneral R. c. Drum, Adjutant-General,
Lieut. Davis, of the Third Cavalrv. after
an examination of the ludiun recently tur
rendered at Don Carlos, n-imrli as fnlliiwa:
ThnChlriealiuaasiirrnudered belonged to the
l.ocos family, and number two hvs and
eighteen women and children. Sixty days
ngo the Mexican I ronp surprised the hostile
in tne somnern wwiir jiadias. mis
party of Indian wa cut off from the
main body and three da after tbe
light started for the ' reservation.
Oiiipiirty w,-nt back to bring In I .iico, but
Loco was too old to travel and told Hiein to
come without blm. All the Jndians were
loitetln r when surprised by tho Mexican
troops. Charley McCotna wa with them
anil was well treated. He was kept to aid
them In i a-ii of a surrender. Tbe Indians
knew Uolliini; aluiiit (leu. Crook when thev
Idt, but kin-v the country waufull of troops
and that if attacked they will tight until
"nipped ami then scatter through tliosterra
Madies. Most of them will attempt to
work back to ie reservation. Some ex
pect no mercy, and will keep up
the fight and remain In the moun
tain as long as possible. They have no
other place logo. The mountain In inauv
place are Inacreaslble. Uen. Crook will
probably not meet any of I hem before they
reath 'be extreme southern part of the Si
erra Madras. They do not know tbe exact
number of lighting men. but It is between
100 aud loO, witb more than 300 women and
children. The number of men Include all
the boy large enough to bear arms. Tho
Indians think (Jen. ( rook will have trouble
to find tbe hostile, The latter will
run If tbay can. Tbe Chlrlcahuas
and Worm Sprint-, with a few renegades,
are tbe only Indians on the war-path in
Mexico. Dutchy Cbirahuabua, who sur
rendered at Fort Thomas, nut the number
of lighting men, Including )oyt able to bear
arms, at 107, including those Just surren
dered. Tbe Indians are commanded by
Signed, J. P. Martin,
Assistant Adjutant General.
The Bonded Whiskey qaralloa.
Ottawa, June ".Overture are Hill
being made to the Dominion government by
tie agent of American distiller with a
view to procuring a ubasge of tbe customs
regulations which prevent the importation
o! spirits in packages of less than a hundred
Sallous capacity. Overs year ago tbo or
er In council passed permitting the of spir
its for manufacturing purposes la
thirty-five gallon packages and the Ameri
cans recently asked If they could uot nrlng
their goods In bond Into Canada for reshlp
ment under the cover of that order.
This was refused, and another request to be
allowed to send small quantities into Cana
da In large packages wan disposed of in tbe
same wav. Still, it Is hinted that American
whiskey for export, has been entered at
several ports, though the whole lubeme of
the United Slate distillers has been wrecked
by tbe Washington government, which will,
it Is said, treat till such spirits wben shipped
back as importations rroru abroad.
The Type-Relter' Ureetlntr.
Cincinnati, Juue 7. The International
Typographical Union to-day adopted a res
olution requiring "ub-IUu" to be abol
ished by all union office by September 1
next. Tbe effect of this I tbat any union
urlnter uiav be eniDloved bv a regular em
plove in any office at a substitute without
belnir required to be first enrolled at a sub
stltute by tbe foreman. Tbe order was put
Id force Immediately tu tbe Tlrcoa-ftar
office, where Its promulgation wat greeted
Clbvki.ani', (., June 7. The American
Medical Association to-day adopted a reso
Jutlon to petition the Stat Legislature to
enactwore etri age inlaws regardingtbo tale
of deadlv poisons. A resolution wea adopt
ed advocating the establishment of cboo!
to train nurse for the sick. A resolution
vs offered by Dr. Pollack, of St. Lout, to
revise tbe code of ethics. It crested a sen
sation, and was hutrledly tabled for a
Medical f raada.
rHH.ADEi.rHiA, Juno . Tho mayor this
rooming received a letter from St. Paul in
quiring whether Dr. H. Darling anu Prof.
A. Campbell, M. D., are connected with
the Philadelphia dlapensary. Tbe letter
stated that two men traveling through the
Western states representing themselves to
be the founder of thr dispensary. Inquiry
nt the dispensary showed that uo such per
sons arc In any way connected with the In
Saratoga, June 7. Tho Congregational
American Home Missionary Society this
morning beard the report of committees
on the papers submitted yesterday by Sec
retaries Harrow and Black. Tho reports
were adopted after listening to addresses
from several ministers and laymen from
different sections of the country giving fa
vorable tidings from last year's work In the
A Horrible Murder,
Falls City, Neb., Juno 7. -Tho arreit
of Mrs. Mary Ferron, on a charge
of murdering her husband by pour
ing coal oil upon bim, while asleep, and
then Igniting bl clothes, is causing Intense
feeling against her. She wanted
to marrv another man, and has
partly confessed. Lynching la threatened.
9300 Instead ol IIOO.OOO.
Brooklyn, June 7. Tha suit of Francis
Bilker against thn Methodist Hook Concern
to recover f 100,000 for a breach of contract
was concluded to-day Iu tbe King's County
Supremo court. The plaintiff bad been en
gaged to introduce u new encyclopedia for
the defendants, but the contract was re
scinded. Tbe Jury gave the plaintiff a ver
dict for $500.
Mora Trouble for llaverljr.
Nkw York, June 7. Another attach
ment was issued to-tbty In I ho Supreme
court against the property of ,1. H. llsverly
and 11. McCnnnell. The application was
made by ex-Judge Dlttonhaefer, on behalf
of Sheridan Shook and James W. Collier.
The amount of tbo claim against defendants
Washington, June 8. -The Treasury
Deuartmeut was Informed of the arrival at
San Francisco of a dirge cargo of tea con
signed In Chicago, and directed that sam
ples be forwarded lo New York for In
spection before the tes is delivered.
To Iteamiie Work.
riTTSBUitu, Juno 7. Tbo three hun
dred wire drawers of tbe Oliver Mill who
struck against a ten per cent reduction
compromised (his afternoon by accepting a
Ave per cent reduction and work will bo re
Big I Iro. fj
Brooklyn. Juue 7. -Tbla morning the
Now York Fire Apparatus Company'
works, on Oowanus (anal, took Are from
tpontaueons combustion among cotton
waste. Tbe building wat totally destroyed.
Loss, $ 10,000. .
Tho event In Now York
this week, the
marriage of Ml, the daughter of ex-Sou-
wtary Flak, to Sir ItaSord
atala4. - -
Alexandrian Incendiaries Sentenced
Death European Affairs.
Engl a 4.
LoxnoN, June 7. The weekly statement
of the II tuk of Kngland shows sn lucres
In bullion of .:i'2V,noo. t he proportion ol
reserve to liabilities Is :v percent.
I.onhon. June 7. The truth of Hie storr
about tlio iiolsoiilng, by tbe Invincible, la
Dublin, of a number of persons obnnxiou
to them is much contested. The Freeman'
loumal, Dublin, denies that there la any
foundation for It, while the Central New
orrespoiiiient at Dublin, re-assert tho cor
rectness of the story.
KXPHKttftlNO IMS! ON I K I'.
I.ONlio.V. June 7. In the Common this
afternoon O'Donnell, member for Dungar
vau, gave notice that he would move that
the appoint nwnt of thn Maruuls of Lands-
down as (iovernor-Oenural of Canada was
alculated to excite grave discontent, both
among the oppressed Irish and tho free
London, June 7. The German steamer
Claudius, which left New York May III, for
Stockholm. In a,coll!Un off Tylmotn wa
badly damaged, and was run on' the beach,
where she sunk.
Scutari, Juno 7. A force of Albanians
bus cant u red near here a Turkish convoy
of nine battalions. Turkish troop wore
scut to chostlso the Albanians.
Sri I Aiu. June 7. Several fk'hts have
taken place in the mountains between the
Albanians and Turks, resulting Iu heavy
losses on b th side. .
Conhtan TiNorLK, June 7. The Armen
ian Patriarch here recently received a letter
which bore an American postmark In which
was a phial containing a very poisonous
Boi.oiiNK, June 7. Two aeronauts stsrt-
cd from here in a baloon tt an early hour
this morning In u attempt to cross the En
glish Channel. Tbe baloon rose 2,500 feet,
then appeared to shift its course, aud when
last seen was arming in tho direction, or
Paris, June 7. The police are keeping
watch on tbe movement of several Ger
mans and Kussian here belonging to
S3 PA IS
Madrid, June 7. An agent of tbe Siber
ian Republic ha Just negotiated with Spain
a convention providing for the repeal of
the law prohibiting the Introduction
of freo black laborers into
Cuba. Two hundred thousand slaves
In Cuba become freo In 1JW8. The
labor Question then will become a
serious one. Spanish statesmen ami Cuban
planters are already examining ibe plans for
tbe Introduction Into Cdba of free African
negroes, or Chinese or Indian coolies.
Alexandria, June 7. Suleiman Daod
and Mabmoud 8aml, accused of
setting tire to Alexandria at tbe
time of the British bombardment, have
been found guilty and sentenced to death.
Eighteen officer were found guilty
of complicity In the samo crime
and sentenced to various terms of penal ser
vitude. A Tug Boraied.
Clev eland, ()., June 7. Tbo propeller
Badger, arrived from above, reports teeing
the tug Vuloan afire off Vermillion, at ha f
past two this morning. No particular!
were learned. The Vulcan I valued at
$20,000, and Is owned in Detroit. Sb bad
a raft of lr.es, consigned te the Cleveland
JUNE 7, 1083.
HOGS Stronger early, fair sales; later
slow In price and weak; light W 0.VS7 00:
mixed packing l OfMiT; heavy packed and
hbliplng at $7tti AO.
CATTLK 10 lower, exports $5 8.Vr6 10;
good to choice shipping $5 kir)5 HU; com
mon to fair $.Vi5 40; butc.iers' $2 Vtt: 45;
Ktncker and feeders $8 10,45 20; Texan
CATTLE Export ters $5 90rtM 15;
good to heavy steer $5 05W5 M5; light to
fair $5 2b(35 50; common to medium H 15
(dti 00; fair to good Colorado Si 0035 50;
Southwest (3 75tt5 00; corn-fed Tenant
H 50r$5 50; light to good ttocker $ir4 40;
fair to good feeder U 50fd5; common to
choice native cow ana heifer $3 txVaH 85;
scalawags of any kind $-V93 50.
HOWS Market active and demand vtoady.
Light to good Yorkers, W tfUitH 05; rough
to really good packing, rl 25rtd 75; butch
ers to extra, $0 0.V30 00; skip and oulls,
SHEEP Steadv, with a good demand, at
firm prices, Coin mini, medium and light,
tt 2.VrB on; fair lo good, M iWi 00;
prime $1 75r3'; 25; lambs $1 TSrai) per head.
WHKAT-Hlgher, closing at $1 13 V
July; H UK August; $1 15.' Septomher;
H l.V.r 1(1 October; 11 IHiril year.
COKN-Lnwer at 55 1, June; 60W
July; MH August; 67 September; 50 H
OATS-Hlghcr at 40.', Juno; 40V July;
33 August; ul' year.
WHEAT Lower; fill) July; $1 HJK
August; 1 20 H Septombor; $1 21,' Oc
tober: f 17 ? year.
COKN-Lower;50.S' Juno:5U July; 63
August; 54 Sf September; 45ft year.
OATS-Weakcr; 40 Juno; 80K July; 30X
WIlKATlulv $1 2; August $1 25;
September 11 27.
CoitN-July is'iY: August Oil's ; Septem
OATS July 40". 5 August 42; September
BI'TTEK Cholcn tojfaney woamery tt
to 10 for selections; second nt best
dairy rates; dairy at I4rrfl5 for choice to
fancy, and Id for selections In a amall way;
fair to good 10iirl2; common rtfrrHO. Near
by packed overpleullful and dead dull,
oiiole common 4rfl, fair 7(a'8, and selected
9orl0-sttle, 50 palls at 7o.
LIVE POULTHY-Demand fair for
large spring and choice old chickens, but
offering about adequate. Wetiuote: Old
hens U WtM 75; Mixed .'irn-.1 25, and cocks
f j 60W2 75; svrlmrs small Il(7l 50; med
ium sized l tWi 25; aud the largest $2 50
(W3. No sal for turkeys, geete or
ducks, , ,
LEAD Steady. Sales 1 100 tons of Ke.
fined $4 15 del. Kurd saleable at (4 10T44
: LlVKItrOOL. ,
Mixed Alunrloaii cum to arrive declined
Id. Spot , wheat quiet, but teadyi
No. i t.pi1ng Isj JdjV. No. I
spring . (Is ail. Wetern whiter Hs Id;
western eorn dull at 6e4d. Dctnand irom
United Klngdota asatt CosOlaea dull tor
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