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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN
CA1KU, IblilNOlP. SATURDAY MORNlNtJ. JUNE 9. 1883.
A Household Artlcla for Universal
For foai-let and
TVaAWW Tyibold Keren,
waaicaws Diphtheria. ku
WAT ATJTA vatlon, Ulcerated
flLALlUJ"aM SorcTl.roal, Small
JSSSSSSSSSSSSlml PoI MBslS, HO(l
all Contagious I'laeases. Persons waiting on
llic Sick should um it freely. Scarlet IVver has
net-cr bn known to tprrad where the Fluid wa
ustd. Yellow fever has been cured with it after
black vomit had taken place, i he worst
cute of ltjlitliena yield to it.
Fevered and Nick l'r
sons refreshed and
Ilfd Mores prevent
ed by bathing with
1 in pure Air made
tunalest and purilkd.
For Hore Throat it 4 a
PITTING of Small
I A member of my faa
I lly w.11 taVen with
' Small px. 1 used the
I Fluid ; the patient wa
I nut delirious, was not
pitted, and was about
. the house again in three
1 weeks, and no others
had it. -J. W. I'AJtK.
J or Fronted r-l,
boft W hlte Com pls-
km secured by iu use.
Khlp Fever prevented.
To purify the lireat h.
Clean the Ten th,
it can't be surpass 1.
Catarrh atitcvoi and
I'ysente: 7 cured.
Wounds healed rapidly.
An Antidote for Animal
The physician hen
use Dsrbys Fluid very
successfully in the treat
ment of Diphtheria.
or Vegetable Poisons, 1
I used the Fluid during
our present affliction with
Scarlet Fever with de
cided advantage. It i
Indispensable to the tick
room. Wii. F. Sand
i.o, Eyrie. Ala.
Tetter dried up.
lirrr punficd and
In cases of Death it
should be used about
the corpse It will
prevent any unpleas
The eminent Phy.
, sir! tin, J. M AltlON
i MMS, fV 1)., New
( York, says: " I am
convinced IV-f Iarbys
I I'roph)ia tic Fluid 1 a
' valuable disitifciUul."
Taiiderhilt 1'nlverslty, Nashville, Tenn.
I testify to the most eaceUent qualities of ProL
I)ariiya Prophylactic Fluid. As a disinfectant and
determent it is both theoretically and practically
superior to any preparation with which 1 am ac
quainted S. T. LtncN, I'rof. Chemistry.
Darbys Fluid U lU'commciidi-d by
Hob. Alsxakib II. STSi umi, oKejrt;M ;
kcr Chav F. Ulkuw 1.D., Church of the
fclmnijers, N. Y.; T
Jjt. l-C'er,Cclurohia, I'rof., University, S.C.
. Kev. A. J KarTLa, , Mercer Cuiv rsity;
krv (ju . F. Pitaci, H.ih p M. K. Chur :h.
I.VDISI K.SsAltl.K TO KVKKY HOME.
Perfectly harmless. Used internally or
eittrnally ir Man or Beast,
The Fluid has Ven thoroughly t-.-stcd, and we
have abundant evidence that it has done everything
here ci-invd r- r fuMrr information (ret of your
I'ru.st a pjmpnlel or sen J lu the pnpiletors,
J. II. ZKIUN CO..
Manufacturing Chemists. l'HII.AfiFl.PHIA.
1). HAY LEY,
Cindec, City National
j)U. J. K. STRONG,
12S Commercial Ave, Cairo, III.
VAl'Olt. BI.K'JTK'J-VAl'OK ad MKLMCATKD
HAT I IS
A iady In Ueii(1aui.
v. t:. JOCKl.YN.
D K N T 1ST.
UFVIi 8 - K'eMK rtrd.t, nesr Cotnt. ercWl ttrru
U. i: W. WU1TLOCK.,
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JAS. U. SMITH.
LtJBKHT A. fKlTII.
Gnuul Central Store.
CAIKO. - - ILL.
SEV YOKK STORE,
WUOLKSALE AND HETA1L
The Largest Variety Stock
IN" THK. CITY.
(JOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. P ATI Eli & OO..
Dor. Nineteenths tre.tl CaITO. 111.
TtlllMl nrmii m"o-i"
N. B. Thistlewood & Rro.
(J RAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
Criifb. - Illinois,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
lib Street, betwoen OotnT Avo. and Leveu.
CHOKE UOUINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMUNITION.
af Besalied, All Kinds ol Key Ml0
CROOK HEARD FROM,
He Has Not Yet Met the Hos
- tile Indians.'
What O'Donovan Says About Clow
ing Up Welland Canal
Failures During the Last
h C'lUCAtiO. June H. A Towlx-tone it -
clal hy cmirler frnai Slexli'o ri'lat's t hnt
Crook is rnntmpftd thirty mile noitlKMst of
Vaeorl, from which point be U si'tidlug
scouts out hi all directions, tKit up to tlir
tlmo of the dppwrttire of tbe courier be had
been tinaiiwr'.hful lu discovering ny sIkiis
of Indian. Cajt. t'asomas' company of
Mexican regulars have left OpoMHin. mhio
ri, to Join Croolc. They nuinln-r 150 men.
If Crook ajcoiiipliiticaanytblnK It mint be by
June 20, a the rainy kca.on will have thfn
In and the atrcani In tbe mountain, will
be o vfd!pn a to prevent their paca(;e by
llltlOiiY OF JHK KaPKIHl KIN.
Early In tbe piemMit roar tb HHinJi ruii
rait! of the Apache' upon the northern
front If aPttlctiir-ntd of M'xlco worp tint
cau-x? of (uriifnt dlnctu-lon between tho I'nl
tt-d bUU' iti'l the Mexican authorities.
It wai deultlud tbat a terrilib exainiilt-
abotiltl be made of th offi;niltntr rednkliiK,
and fd'n. ieorge Crook, the diatinuinbed
Indian fiiibter, wan chosen as beiuir exactly
adapted for the campatcn to betiniirrt:iki'ii.
Ibe (birUahuan Apaeuea, according to
Gen. Crook, are an Incorrigible lot. In
tbe apace of (en year they have killed not
leva than one thousand pt-oi, in tbla
counirritnd In Mexico They con'tjntly
stirred tip trlfe anmnft ttie airfiicy Indiana,
and wete Ibe terror of tbe border, tit-n.
Crook orcanied bU forc- at Whipple
Barrack 1, A. T. Ue left Wilcox, hit lie-
partirii'iit beadquarteni, on or about April
22. He had with hint about two hundred
reaertatbm Apache icout aud one troop
of cavalry, with a few white nouta
ana 11 antra. nm cavalry waa
uppoapd to connlst of two companies, of
luu aiiliu isiiu iiiid ruiiipniiT cm 411c OlAIII.
He bad a puck train of forty mules carrying
I'KOVISIONS nK THIRTY DAV8.
He alio had alth him a captured f'hlrira-
bua who agreed to act aa bit guide. He
alio bd old Indian warriors who have
thniust'lvci In veant uaat been on the war
path acaiiiat fexlcans into and from tbe
verv in an of tola atuiiendou rani(e of tbe
Sierra Mid re,, lie started from Bernardino
Spriuut, A. t., on Mar 4 In pursuit of the
tbe savagi-a. Owtui; to tbeir fanillliirity
lib the mountain faftni asea the ta-k of
dlacoverini; and dinloding the Indians was
obviously one of dlfllcuitv and
uncertainty. Accorainc to General
Guerra, the Mrxlean commander, the total
number of hotttles In the field was about
tbree hundred, composed of Job a band
and be bands of Loo. and Cbatos. : (en
eral tiuerra on Mar 20 nt a column of
two hundred men, under command of
Lieutenant-Colonel Emillo Oalardn, to ad
van from (a Grande Into the Mcrra
Madre mountain to General Crook's tup
port. The hostile Indians were lodged In
tbe northern px of tbe Sierra Madre di
vide that marks the boundary between Chi
huahua and Monora.
A Si-rloiiN H'rek.
8T. Loi'H. .In m- At about two
o'clock this morniiK.' the freight train joint;
soubt on tbe Iron X utntaln road, in charge
of Conductor Law. mid Enghver Bsker,.
when near Silver Cliff, ran Into the freight
train coming north, the collMon resultini;
In tbe complete destruction of both engines
and a nutubsr of the cars. Doth trains
were nir nlng at a fair rate of speed, and thu
crash when the two loconiottvea catne to
pciber sounded like a clap of thunder In the
st II air of midtiUht. nrnvisliiir people at a
considerable distance from their slumbers.
The force with which the trains met it shown
bv the fact that the fifth ear of tbe south
bound train was carried forward by the
momentum until It rested on top of tho
wrecked glues. Luckily the working
forces of both trains were apprised of the
Impending eatatrnphe in time to leap fur
their lives, and no loss of life was tustalned.
Conductor Laws and Engineer Ilaker, who
were not runnlnc by orders, and made a
mistake as to the pl'aee at which they were
to pa a the up-bound train, wero obliged
to shoulder the full responsibility for the
dla ister, and shortly nfter Its occurrence,
thev w:tlkoi hark to tbe barracks and tele
graphed off their resignations.
I no damai:e it estimated lu tbe neiiihuor-
hood of J 75.0H0.
0'Iovan Talke Acaln.
Nkw Vokk, June H. Jeremiah O'Don-
von, having been asked about tbe
alleged attempt to blow up the Wclland
Canal, said: "Well, I know the English
Government will have work enough nn
hand verv soon. Tho canal is twentv-ilx
miles long. They have had a sentry on
this side for every quarter ot a mile.
That retiuires 104 men. Then an euual
number on the other side raises the number
to 208. Then tbe relief which inns bo
necessary every twelve hours raises the
mini tier to 410 men. Let ureal iiritniii
pav ltico mvn to watch that canal,
There are a 100 other places tint it Is
Just as necessary for them to watch, and
these, ns far ui my advice will go. 1 shall
Instruct our people to be after. To the ex
penses tiie skirmishers are putting her
She has canals elsewhere, some right In
London, that will need as close watch. The
Welliiml cuual Is n verv annroni'liite obleet
to b.gln with. It draws the trade of the
whole Northwest through Canadit and In
iures American trade. England doesn't
know where we Intend to strike, and she'll
nave a goon nine wutcbltitf our move
A Haaliamr Apelovy.
Amsikrdam, N. V., June 8. The re
vengeful servant girl, Anulo Marks, who
tried to blunt tho reputation of Mrs, WII
Ham hluilcr, an ex -mistress to whom alio
owed a grtulge. Is to bo prosecuted at once.
Thu scandal, w hich interested three of the
wealthiest residents, culminated Wodnes
dav In tho supposed wronged husband
William Shuler, reuiilling his auppnset
erring wife, whom ho had banished, Mill
icr 1 wortu .Ti"."oo. inn irouuio arose
over a letter written by Mrs. Miulerto WII
lis W cndel, Inviting hint to a inasitinrade
nail, it was given by a Creole servant to
'Annie Marks, wbo tben took it to Mr
Buuler. Ills Jealousy had previously
joen aroused by mwliciotis reports and
ue cast his wife forth. The Marks girl
wbo was employed In a knitting mill has
been frightened into confessing the truth
The letter to Wendell was written by Mrs,
Shuler in n spirit of Innocence, and revela
tions have convinced her husband and
friends tbsY su 'It was the case, Shuler had
offered hi wue 1",WV for bill of sspara
A I.oaUvUI MarsUr lrr.
Ijuihvii.i.c, June 8. lnveittlatloin bj
reporter of the Courier-Journal make It
almost certain tbat the irirl whose rem aim
were fouud floating in tbe river opposite Ev
an's Landing, twenty-four miles below thli
point, w:ts foully murdered. The Inniiest
hiild by tbe village squire in West t'olnt
was a 1 arclcat and u sloven arfalr, and at its
cO'ielnMun the body was rudely
bin ii'i near the river edge without medical
rxiiiiiiuatiiiii into the probublo cause of
death. The reporters, however, went
down from Louisville, caused tho body
to be disinterred, and found a deep gash
Just at tbe bae of the brain and
a Ioiik crack in the skull.
The wound was a half crfacent
iu shape, and seem to have been made by
lb" rnind edge of some blunt tntrtiment.
'1 He lower part of tbe body was almost en
tile!) ilni-aiid of cloiblnir,' while the waist,
of line liiaek cloth, was fraved at the edges,
as if the Kkirl had been violently torn from
It. lilack and white strip) d
stockings and small, neatly-tittini;.
closely Imtioncd new kid boots covered
tbe feet. Kvervihlni: " .Indicated a
violent tr liigle before tbe poor iflri wraa
1 In own into the river. And as the
body would have been much mutilated by
Koinit- ov. r the falls, there is every reason
11 believe tbat another nefarious murder
has been committed in Louisville of which
tbe police have lemalncd in ignor
ance. The carelessness of the Welt
I'olnt authorities iu niaklutc trie inoueat is
causing great ludignatiou.
Atuerlran Medical AasorlMUa.
Ci.KVEf.ASi), O., June 8. -At the dosing
session of the American Medical Associa
tion, a resolution was Introduced by .Sur
geon-General Keller tbat in the very near
future, if not now, cremation will become a
sanitary necessity In the large cities and
populous cllstrlott. it was referred to the
section on bygtene. I bo committee on
urgieal crvio ab mrd ocean vessels was
;ipoluted h follows: Urs. A . Hell,
w lork; A. Li. tiibon, 1 . ,". avy; 1
tJulnby, Ne Jersey; H. C. Maieev.
MasKaehusetts; H. H. Smith Pcnnsvlva-
la. A resolution by Dr. lurnbull. of
hiladelphia, to petition legislatures to en
act laws r quiring all railway employes to
be examined wlto reference to acttteAM. of
earing before taking charge of any train on
track, was laid over under too rule until
the next meeting.
THE STRIKING MINERS.
All Quiet, but Another Outbreak Feared-
Feeling Against the Strikers.
Last sr. Lon, June 8. There was an
anxious night spent at Colliusville. Doc
Anthony, the j,amu deputy sheriff from this
place, picketed all the roads leading to tbe
Abbey mine", and the.proviiionsl military
orps, composed of employees. E. J.
Craudall commanding, lay on their armsall
night. There was no attack, nor were there
any unusual number of strikers noticed in
the streets of Colllnsvllle. The resident
strikers did not anticipate any Invasion.
I'lils morning a rumor gained circulation
tbat tbe mob bad marchsd toward Staunton.
which is on the Wabash railroad, in Ma
coupin county. Here are found the Ells
worm mines, owned br Jay Gould, and
worked to supply the Gould roads with
coal. The artlen and Mount Olive mines
are also In that vicinity. About '200 men
have signed an agreement to go to work on
Moou iv. ana tnnt ss prooawy tne cause 01
the movement In that direction.
Con Kelneeke. the owner of tbe mine near
West Heiievllle, wbere tbe collision betwe'
the strikers and the militia occurred last
Mondar week, was in tbe city this morning
lie had s isf)ed himself that the miners of
West lleljsvlllt! were off on
believed that they are
woods near the various
a tramp. He
biding tn tbe
and is very apprehensive of
It Is tbousht by some that the mob have
marched towards towards Plnckneyville, in
1'erry c unity, where about thirty miners
arresiea for riotous conduct are 111 la in
default of r.J oall demaitt'td. hmil Honk,
of Donk Brothers, says that tbe people of
that section are aroused against the miner,
anil tbat any lawless demonstration in that
Mention w I provoke a bloodv resistance.
Mr. (nii'tside, of tbe (rartslde Coal compa
ny, on tlie Ohio and 3lisisippl railroad,
met the mob on the rock road Tbursd tv.
Thev were carrying banners on which
were inseribed flaming sentiments, Teli
egrapmc advices from w lute uak, near
Marista, on the Cairo Miort Line, report
mat tne mines are running wtmont Inter'
ruption. Tbe mob has not been seen. A
leb grai k c message f 1 otn Belleville denies
that any considerable number of miners aro
absent. A correspondent at Colliusville
telegraphed this afternoon: ''Everything
was ipilet at the mines, In fact too 'quiet.
It Is reliably reported that miners are still
on the war-path, and between Belleville
and Colliusville. Mines here are still pre
pared for trouble, and are anticipating It
very hour. Tbore Is no telling what the
next twentv-four hours will bring forth,
HolnU Bluff, Confidence and Ab
bey's No. three and four are in full blast,
and there are a sew men at work at
Ntr Koute Trial.
Wamiinoton, June 8. Merrick con
tinned his address in the star-route case,
confining his remarks, for the most part, to
the question of a division of routes. He
maintained tbat no division of plunder could
free tbe defendants from the crime com
mitted, or terminate the conspiracy, and he
doclai'ed tho proof was Incontrovertible of
a complete division on April 1, I87D. If he
had established thu existence of consDiracv
on that day be had conformed to tho charge
111 ine iiuiiciinoni.
Merrick closed his argument in tbe
star-route esse and tho court adjourned
until Monday. It Is believed the
case will go to the Jury Tuesday after
nopn. Horribly Maugled.
St. Lot' is, Juno 8. At half-past four
o'clock this morning the horribly timnglcit
remains of some unknown man wero found
on track No. a of tho Sixteenth street
yards. From the appearance of the track
the man after being struuk must have been
dragged fully half a block. Tho left arm
and lnflfi legs were cut off entirely, and th"
head shockingly rut up and almost severed
from the body. Near the body an empty
dinner bucket was found, and from the
clothes worn by the man It is supposed he
was a workman on his wv homo from
Cadet Leopold' .
Washinoton, June 8. In the court of
claims argument was heard upon a motion
at thu Instance of Socretury Chandler to
reopen the enno of Cadet Engineer Leopold
vs, tho I'liiled .States, and allow It to remain
In abeyance until the December term, the
decision to be rendered Monday. After the
arguments upon this motion were concluded
a second motion was tiled praying for a
rehearsal of tho case upon the ground that
great Injustice was done tho United States
by the former Judgement.
A Burl on lloraabark.
ItiritMONtt, Vit,. Juno 8.-Sheriff
O i okley and T, W, Waller fought a horse
oack duel Thursday near Patrick court
house, Waller was fatally wounded. He
wae the opponent el Douckley during the
tT'I.TON, MO., riMiLI C6LLMM. f
Ft.'LTQN, Mo., June 8. The closing eV
erdse. of the Westminster and Hynodlt al
Female College were held Thursday, when
the following students graduated: James
It. Morehead. Lexlnirton. M0.1 (Tina. W.
Bates. Weuuvllle, Mo.; W. J. Tlncher,
( omoiil. Mo., and If. l.lllanl. of Neva.li.
Mo., of Westminster CollcL'r.. Ml.... a
Jitilie niicklaml and Ida B. CulWton. of
Kultou. Mo.; Kale (. Chrlstumu, of Mar
shall, Mo. ; Dora Hartzell, of Dresden,
lex.; Mamie K. Milbr, of Keylesvllle,
Mo.tMnvW. Harlan, of t-'arinliiL'toii.
Mo., and Annie McClintlee, of Concord,
Mo., of the Sinodleal ColleBo.
Ti'l'KK t. K i.. .litno 8. At the nmpllnir
of Itegents of t)t State I'nlversllv of Kan
sas Vnlni'.ilsv liikfht It was decided to
retain James Marvin as Cbaneelktr. Prof.
Adams, of Aim Arbor, to whom th place
had been offered, declining to accent. AYr-
thurCanlleld was appointed Assistant Pro
testor 01 .Modern Languages, vvitn the
exception of PM Ueo. Patrick, who has
been removed, and Prof. Taylor, who has
resigned, tho other members of the faculty
will be retained.
MMNOI.'RI S TA I K t'NtVKHStir.
Com mm. Mo.. June "8. The com
mencement exercises. Tuuadav. eloseil tho
forty-first session of the State I'nlversllv.
PrUes were awarded as follows: The ste-
pnens roeuai tor oratory, (tctiior cias, ratti
Alexander, Paris, Mo.; the Mejs'ally medal,
for best hnullsh essay on Robert Burn.
John C. Luggctt, New York; tbe Laws
medal, astronomy, s. P. Reynolds, Calla
way. Tbe attendance during the year was
till, of whom 78 were ladles.
UNCK.V.VJS t'MVEKSM V.
VixcK.vxEs, Ind.. June 8. A class of
eight graduated at tbe Vlncennes University
last night as follows: Mimes Harris, Sim
son, Iloseman, Barnet, Malott and Good
win and Messrs. kobb and Baob.
ImiUNAPoms). Ind.. June 8. James A.
Smart, cx-siiperintetulent M public in
slrmrtlon, was elected president of Perdue
NATIONAL t SIVKHSII V.
Warmixotos, June 8. President Ar
thur Thursday awarded degrees to fifty
seven graduates of the law school of the
A Buckeye Blnainlst.
Jacksonville, III., June 8. A niau
calling himself a A. Kneeiand, came here
some months ago from Ohio, representing
himself as unmarried. Soon after a matron
arrived in town and claimed him as her
runaway lord. He had a already wood and
won a well-to-do and reputable widow of
Manchester, and was also paying court to
a W incbestcr maiden, hut the new comer
frightened him off, The officers, howerer,
haven't given up catching him. Tbe Man
chester wife is residing in St. Louis, una
ware 01 her husband's perfidy.
New VoitK, June 8. The business fail
ures during the past seven days, as reported
to R. G. Dun & Co., of the mercantile
agency, number 173 at against 1J1 last
week, an increase or 53. the distribution
of the failures is as follows:
New Kn.'land States 'Si
Middle State 2'.'
Western Mates 'ei
Pacific States and Territories li
New York City 10
A Boy Tried for Arson.
Cincinnati, June 8. John Dlttner, Jr.,
fideen years old. Is on trial before Mayor
Lord, of Riverside, , for arson, being
charged with burning the Debus cooperage
works iu April, entailing a loss of
Ki.(mso. I wo witnesses tostlliod that the
boy told them be set the place on fire; thai
he made two attempts before and twoalnce;
that bli obleet was to get rest. He was em
ployed In the factory.
A Very Kever Storm.
ItRAPiMi, r.,J une 8. Tuesday night's
storm was the severest for years. A force
of men were kept at work all night, repair
ing the washout at Perklotnen Junction on
the Heading railroad. Two barns were
struck bv lightning, and a church at Amity
vllle damaged. Cuttle and horses
were killed in various parts of the coun
try. Mlllan Kusaell Elopee.
Nkw YoitK, Jim 1 8. Lillian Russell
flrt became known to the publlo as a singer
In Tony l'astor'a Theatre. She was mar
ried to one Bi Kham.an unpreposesslng per
son. Lately, Prince Ilayti began to lavish
glftJ on her, and, three or four days ago, he
resolved to make a trip to Paris. Forty
eight hours later Lllllau Russell sailed.
Death ol aa Old Physician.
Portland, Me., June 8. Eliphnkit
Clark, the 0 (lost homeopathic physician in
Mln , died this morning aged e!gbty-two.
Ho was the founder, with Dr. tiray, of
New York, of the American Institute of
A Defaulting Treasarer. 1
Hi (inMiwiiTON, Ind., June 8. Lamson
E. McKlnney. tho Trouifurer of Monroe
county, has heen found 10,0o0 short In hit
accounts, which his bondsmen have to make
good, of this $11,000 was speculated away
Poisoned Willi Clover.
CiRNKhkk. III., Juno 8. The hQavy rains
have caused a rank growth of clover In this
count v, and cattle are dying oft at an alarm
ing rate. Some horses nave also died from
eating the clover.
Powder Mllla Blown I'p.
NKwiu'intH. N. Y., June 8. The three
powder mills of Latlln A Rand were blowu
up yesterdav bv llgbtrlng. On man was
killed. I.oisilO.WU. Work will be sus
pended a month.
Bua.ii., Ind., June 8. A small child of
L. F. Bowmiui drank some con
centrated lye, from the effects of which it
A Mew Trotter.
Ci.kvki and, June 8. At the races this
afternoon Pilgrim, with no record, trotted
an exhibition mile, making Die last half
Georgia has hud four governors within
Two young ladles of Crystal Springs,
Miss., are shipping rosebuds Chlo.ign,
In the last year six lynching have oc
curred In Alabama, lu which eight persons
Among tho presents at. a Fleiniugsbiiig.
Ky., wedding, lust week, wore two pigs,
four towels, three lamps, a cork-screw, a
pair of boots and a cat.
A child of William Haley, Stauford, Ky.,
newly born, weighs exactly one pound. A
silver dollar covers it face, ami it van be
put In a quart cup.
Fred. Douglas being at a meeting of
white clergymen, In Boston, tbe oilier tUv,
was called oil for a speech. No," ho
said, "I came here merely to glvo color to
During the afternoon performnnn at
Barnum's circus in Cblosgo on Thursday,
ono of the elephants became unmanageable
during tho grand entree, aid for a few
minutes a geueral panic aud frightful
loss of life seeued Inevitable. No one wm
FOREIGN NEW 3. M
A Bloody Battle Between the Turks and
Albanian Our Commercial j .-
iTreatj With A
j Turkej. ..
TI'KKI T. -
ConstawtinoI'I K, June 8. The Porta
recently informed Gen. Wallace, the Cul
led Mates Minister, that Ibe 1 omiiierclMl
ticatv between l uikev and Aiiwriasi would
termlnste Mareli 111, ' IHMt. I be Turkish
tariff eipy ed on the tbe same dale at the
present year. After the termination of the
treaty tho importation of all .Vtiii'dcaii
meats, lard aud similar produce will be pro
hibited. The Porte haa virtually
Increased tbe nutles on spirits by
compelling tholr storage at Smyr
na. It also maintains a demand relative to
the storage 0 petroleum. No American
delegate has been appointed to negotiate
with Turkey concerning the new tariff, al
though the appointment of one bus been
twice presented. Gen. Wallace protested
that tho measures are arhjsy-ary, atvd that
the American claims under the treaty ot
IKV), are entitled to the most favorable na
Tbe relations between the sultan and
Gen. Wallace continue friendly. The for
mer has ordered the pa'tiieni of all private
claims of Americans on Turkey, and claims
amounting to 'W,tNsj have already been
A BLOOIIY FIOMl. ' ' v 1
Ca 1 1 alto, DalmatiB, June 8. A force of
two hundred Turkish regulars, matching
to Sipeanik, were atiacked and murde'd
on tliH 1st Instant by a body of II of. Is. The
accounts received here say that sanguinary
lighting took place on the 'id and :d inst. in
Albania between Turkish troop un ler tbe
command of Ayslm Pasha and a ixidy of
asirati. The Turks are reported t h ive
lost thirteen hundred and thcCastietU fir
Sr. I'rtkrhbi'kk. June 8. Count Tal
stoi. Ministerof the Interior, was Instructed
to draft a lav giving greater liberty in the
change of domicile.
THK FOI L TAX.
The collection of the poll tax fro to tbe
poorest of the peasantry will entirely cease
after January 1st next, and the tax from
the remainder of the people will be reduced
TUX NIHIt.iaiS AT WORK.
HkhI.IN. June 8. Advices have beeu re
ceived thai a meeting of thirty Mliihsta was
hold in St. Petersburg last week which the
police endeavored to surprise. The Nihi
lists received timely warning and fled, tak
ing a printing prcn and the tvpe. This
Incident, it is said, prevented the appear
ance ot tbe prepared nuiner of (he Nihl
ilst paper, The Will of ttie People, and on
ly a small edition was loaned, .
DntLiN, June 8. The trial of the mur
der conspirators, Kingston aud Glhney, has
been postponed. Tbey were admitted to
The prisoner floote whs acquitted of tbe
charge ot conspiracy to murder and was
immediately rearrested and charged
with the murder of Kenney in Seville
Uomk, June 6. The Idea that the Vati
can, has any misgivings In regard to the
wisdom of Issuing the papal manifesto on
Irish affairs Is dispelled iy the fact tbst the
propaganda are preparing to reprint five
acta of the present pontifical relative to Ire
land for circulation among tbe Irish bishops
.yioal Ha nr.
Nkw Yoitit, June 8. Edwari Hovey,
who killed bis sjster-ln-law, wan sentenced
to be bung on the 28th of July.
. THE MARKETS.
JUNE 8, 188J.
CATTLE Market dragging: exports
$S xo-wi iii: tlid 10 cholou shipping $5 00
(it3 7.'i; cMimiici iu falrWrftl 40.
HOGS Slow, oc lower; light $6 tlOfstd 95;
hesry picking and shipping $Vo7Ji.
CATTLE Export steers $5 851 10;
good to heavy steers $6 60(& 75: light to
fair V 15r95 iO; common to medium (4 65
ioVi 00: fair to sood Colorado $4 0035 50:
Southwest f3 7o(tl5 00; corn -fed Texsns
H 2.Vtf5 25; light to good stockers $8r4 40;
fair to good feeders H 10fS4 40;oommon to
choice native cows and heifers $3 63f34 85;
scalawags of any kind $.Vcp3 50.
HoGa Markot active and demand steady.
Light to good Yorkers, Sd SOW 70; rough
to really good packing, W 45'6 05; buti-ri.
ers to extra, y mraa 1
00; skips and oulls,
SHEEP Steudv. with a good demand, at
Arm prices. Common, medium and light,
12 5Ya3 50; fair to good, & bOCdi 50;
prime ft .250300; fair to good Texsns, $&
WIIEAT-Unsottled, closing at $1 13f
Julv; fl USfdV August; $1 15 Sep
tcnitii r; Ji 10 Ootober; $1 II H year.
Colt.N-Higher, at UV June; (7
July; 57W August; 67V September; 61
" OATS-Hlgher ut 40f June; 40 MOV
July; X V August; 81K year.
WH EAT Higher; $4 June; fl IDS
July: August; fl )H September; $1
October; il 18. year.
( OKN-Hlgber: 51 June; 63V Julv;
64 's August; 53 September; 531 October;
OATS-Wcaker; 40 June; 40K Julv;
WIIKAT-Julv $1 28; August $1 W;
COHN-July 05; August 60V; Septem
OATS-July47H ; August 43; September
BI'TTKH Choice to fancy creamery st
I7WI8 to 111 for selections; seconds at best
dairy rates; dairy at I -Kit 1 5 for clioieo to
fancy, anil Id for selreiloin In a small way;
fair io goiel lllinrlj; rituiiuon 8111. I tiu'n
try pitckcil in liberal receipt anil selling
mainly , it tirf 7, choice w ill bring s shade
more." while considerable sells at 4rttfi.
F.Gtif Current receipts weiu liitn at
LIVE POl'l.THY Deumml brisk for
large spring and choice old chickens, hut
offiirlngs were scarce. We iiuole: old
hens 7."Wrf4 ; Mixed W '.'.Vo-:! 30, aud cocks
7,VaH 00; Springs steady and tin.
changed, with bulk of sales as follows:
small $ir1 50; randlum sized $1 7citJ 25;
snd the largest f'J 7.Vi;. No sale for tur
kevs, geesn or (lucks.
LKAD-Steady. Sales; 100 tons of He
fined H 13 del. Hard sale ible at ii 109
The Westher la England Is
unsettled. Mixed American corn to
arrive declined ltd. Good inlxeiLAmerlcan
corn oft coast ami red winter wheat to ar
rive declined Hd. Spot dull aud easier.
No, 3 spring "sld. No. 8 spring 8s Sl.
Western winter Os Id; Western corn dull
and eiinler at 6s. Demand from I'nlUd
Kingdom and Continent dull for wheat and
com. Iteseipts wheat past week 60s, 000
wqtsda, of wMrt W.OOO jswt jSJSHrjeao.
That is what a great
many people are doing.
They don't know just what
is the matter, but they have
a combination of pains and
aches, and each month they
The only sure remedy
yet found is Brown's Irom
Bitters, and this by rapid
and thorough assimilation
with the blood purifies and
enriches it, and rich, strong
blood flowing to every part
of the system repairs! the
wasted tissues, drives out
disease and gives health and
This is why Brown's
Iron Bitters will cure
kidney and liver diseases,
neuralgia, dyspepsia, mala
ria, intermittent fevers, &c.
to S. Paea St., Baltimore
Nov. al, 1881.
I was a great sufferer from
Dyspepsia, and for several
weeks could eat nothing and
was growing weaker every
day. I tried Brown's Iron
Litters, and am happy to say
I now have a good appetite,
and am getting stronger.
Brown's Iron Bitters
is not a drink and does not
contain whiskey. It is the
only preparation "of Iron
that causes no injurious ef
fects. Get the genuine.
Don't be imposed on with
fpIlE CITY NATIOxNAL 15 A ft K.
t)f t iiiro, lllluoia.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking: linsiness
JNTERPHSE SAVINO BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVIXliS RANK.
TIIOS V.ICAI,1,UA ,
TJALL1DAY BROTH KK.
PI.OVR, HRAIN AND flA'i
Kirh8t Casb Price Paid tor Wheat.
PROPRIETOR Of SrROAT'H PATENT
Whiolsnlo Ooaler in Uoii
IC1 DY THBCAH LOAD OR TON.WKH
PACKED FOR PHIPFINO
Oar Loadrt a Specialtv.
(r. Twelfth Street aud LeTee,
naMs. ssa A. asa
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