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IE CAIRO DAILY RTTTJ,FTTW
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C hroulo IJiiir.
Impurity of the
ISIimmI, Fever and
anil all IHm-.uhh
canned liy Io-
rangeiueut of Liver, llowtU and Kidueya.
SYMPTOMS OP A DISEASED UVF.lt.
Bad llrcath ; 1'ain In Ihe SMe, sometimes the
tain is felt under the Shouldcr-bliilc, miuk.-n for
heumiUm; general lots of :icllc; Bowels
generally cottivc, simetimes alternating with lax;
trie head it troubled with pain, is dull and heavy,
with considerable loss of memory, accompanied
with a painful vernation f)f leaving undone something
which ought to have been done; a kliglit, dry cougn
and flushed face it sometimes an attendant, otten
mittaken fur consumption; the patient complains
of wearinesi and dcl.llny ; nervous, e.nily startled;
(eel cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation
of the skin exists, spirit are low and despondent,
and, although satiofiH that eirrr ise would be lene
frcial, yet one can hardly summon tip fortitude to
try it in fact, dittruktk every finely. Several
of the above symptoms attend the diiea-e. lut cases
have occurred when but few of them exited, yet
examination after death ha shown the Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
It nliould he uaed liy all pi-raona, old nad
young, whenever any of tli ulx.ve
Pensona Traveling or Living In Fn
healthy Localities, by taking a ilose o ration
ally to keep Uie l.iver in fiealil.y action, w ill avoid
all Malaria, milium attack, liiriiness, Nau
sea, Drowi'oess, Depresuon of Spirits, etc. It
wUI invigorate like a glass of wine, but la uu In
If You have eaten anything- hard of
digestion, or feel heavy after meals, or aleep
leM at Bight, take a dose and you will be relieved
Time and Doctor' IIIIU will be saved
by always keeping the Hegttlittor
In the Home I
For, whatever the ailment itiiy be, a thoroughly
safe purgative, alterative and tonic can
never te out of place. The remedy is harmless
and due not Interfere with buluen or
IT IH PCRELV VKGKTAIH.K.
And has all the power and efficacy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects.
A fiovernor's Tentliriony.
Simmons l.iver kegulator lui Uen in us in my
family for tome time, and I am sausiicd it is a
valuable addition to the medioj niem e.
J. Gill Shoitk, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander II, Stephen, of fia.,
says: Have derived s-irie benrht fnui the uie of
Simmons IJvcr Regulator, and wuh pa give it a
"The only Tiling that never full to
Ilellcve." I have used nunr remedies f r !)
fiepsia, Liver Alfedion and JieUlity, but never
lave found anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmons l.iver Regulator has. I tent fr in Min
nesota to Georgia for it, and would lend lurthei fur
such a medicine, and would advise all who are sim
ilarly affecte-l to give it a tri. I a it seems the only
thing that never fails to relieve
I'. M. Jaukit, Minneapolis, Minn
Dr. T. W. M.imhi says i from actual ex
perience In the ue of Simm .!. l.iver Kegulaiur id
my practice 1 have been and am sr.i-.lk J to use
and prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
tkj?"Takf ony th Genuine, whieh alwayi
has on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. If. ZKII.I.N & CO.
KOK SALE P.V AI L Iir-TGOISTS.
I'UOFKSSIONAL OA HUH.
OFFICE-Vtlth H. U. t'aadee, City Natloual
lit nk Bulldlcg,
JjK. J7E. STRONG,
128 Onnmortihvl Ave , Cairo, III.
VAI'Oll. ELKCTUO VAI'Oll awn MEDIC ATKD
a ImluletcTcd dully.
A lady lu altuudaiKe.
JjK. V. C. JOCK LYN,
D K N T 1 S T .
OKKK K-K fhtS Street. ces,r Cnmr errlal Avei l
. K W. WHITLOCK,
Orru'S No. 1M Commercial Avtianu, hot, e:i
KfH itlil Mn11' Het
jas. a. smith.
luBKHT a. raiTU.
Grand Central Store.
CAIRO. - - ILTj.
$Y)V YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TilK. CITY.
(JOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT IK U c CO.,
Cor. Ninutoenth ttretit I
Coninmrrinl Avwnnn '
N. B. Thistlowood & I5ro.
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo. - Ijljj
Manufacturer and Dealer In -
nth Btreei, betwuou Coia'l At. aad Lovco.
(J1IOKK 1JOUINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS Of AMUN1TION.
M Blid. All Kind! ol Hejt Mdw.
r - ; .-.i
Latest from the Sctfie of the
An Interesting Game of Base Ball -A
Public Execution h Geor
gia -The Cotton Crop
Wavkiiiv. .'uric !i. Aft.T liuvin
SU'M ci'll.'ll in aalt'iv InovlliK tin' Il ll'lier
rolhiT" fruiii Wavorlv to !nl'tifinlcnre.'
buck to thin city, W tlTC lb'' fci'llri!.' hrt tifPfl
o InlHi!' Htfaiiii-t ili.Mit. Vhfii It dl-
envf ri-il tirro yclrjity t nut the pr.-'incr
iinil In. mi rc-imivfil i;ri'Ht (lluiW"intiii' iit
wm f.lt, ami nx "mi h the I ml ol lhir r.--ttini
to the Wavcrlv )a!l lifciini1
knt.wii Ihoixclti'itntit lii"kfiiiit H?rfh. 'IIm'
llltlT l'til'lt!i l.f fcl'lllH.' wllll h tllr 1(1IM-
ixi-c cxliil'iti il i nrllrr In the i-vi nlnu' )ni!i'il
wiy, ami th culm, rn i n -1 i U o wiy
ill wlilcli tliov talked hliowcd itiHt tlicy hnil
mnde up their nil'idb 1 1 n it miiiitnary elo
cution, Hint were coolly anaiiirlni.' tlip d
tlli. A the new of tfie trai'f'T 't'"Hl
the crowd) on tb Wrei ti en-w In
and at II (i. m. the Ixxly of
lynchcm lmd liceii uiiKmrtited l.y recruit
from the coitiitry and was' a very
formidal.le cai hernii.'. Half mm hmir later
ther nir.r.'d (.it to Ihe Jail, which thev .ur-
roimdi'd. widle the tender, dcmandeil of
the j;ilicr tne ri le:ie (if the rlarln f lin!hcr.
Thin was refnr d nnd thr nnb ijuietly iro
oeedej with feli'dipt-hammcr. rr.wlar,
jiick-axei and n-lir IniiileiiieTii to tiatter
down the ltil d'fl'l, which oonav' wav
tinder the oimlaiifiht. No atti.tnpts to
ntni?i.''e wa mnde l,v elllur ('f the
hrit tit?: , vho met their exci'iitinliiii a hold-
ASK Ft) NO fAMill.
I(ine wldch tiie hvtan h-r had liromrht
with them were fun? mound the'r n c!.'
and the muh ruhed from the )atl. the prls.
oner" folinwinif at a trot. Theoii)ct
Ive point o a cttitnp of tree situated alm'it
three-(i.tt"ri of a mile from tiie)atlw i
reached In .pi U K time, ancilcie tiie tragedy
was consiitnateu. he brothers jr iM'
no sltin of hope or fear, nnd theli
ii uto'icrs ncihcr by word or iU-
liidlcnt"d nnT i. i"lrc to au'eravate the terri
ble fat tin y had in 'ore for their pHon
er. A momi tit of reiilte wai-irtaiitcd the
doomed men who, as- aonn an the won, is
were reached. Middcniv hot tin Into the
air, blb above the heads of the ui rouinl
1 he bodv of lvnrhprs was verv Israeli-.
ome say entirety made tip of resident" of
l.arayette county, tne scene of liloodlc-t
deed" of the (fans of desperadoes, who act
ed under the Murder brothers' lead. The
town of West Union, where Deputy Sheriff
nnepimru was Kinea. ilpijiliMi a atronu'
quota, and then ptovlded the leader, who
planned and put Into execution the law lc
scheme of vengeance.
W.VERI.V. U.. June fl. The leader of
ttie Oioti was crti'ttlfed bV the sheriff.
The county ofHcep) did tbe best thev could
to protect the prisoners, but It was r,t no
avail. The harnjuift nceiirred Jiii before
Bsie Kali Biirleaqanl.
New YoitK, June ft. After week of
preparation the match between (ieorge F.
Sloon'a base ball team and the St. Omcr
picked nine o' atnatur wa played yester
day at I'npect park. It wu enjoyed by a
large company. The match was for the
upper for the entile acmhlaue and a
gold-mounted bat. There being but elbt
hour of daylight at tbe disposal of the
players the game was limited to aeven
Innings. C'apt. Slosson took rltrht field.
111a brother, Leslla E. Slossun, nipped thn
halls u catcher, ("has. K. Fainsworth
ornately tilled left field, while the veteran
I'sher pitched the canvas 'lobe with a
Spanish twist exprc-W designed
for the iwr.islon. Milliard tutor
J. H. HeUer, jocosely termed
"tbeApolloof thn team. " guarded tirst
base, lie wore a superh tall white
heaver. Mr. Wallack, who tips the icales
at 3W, wan chic of the opposing forces.
Hla tint effective play Was a startling run
for aecond bne. lie struck the base and
"Melvlderc ' (ioodiich. who guarded It,
simultaneously. It was a trcmendoua
1IKAVV AM) LIGHT wr.IOHtS.
Ooodrich turned a triple somersault,
but arose safe and sound amid general ex
citement. Two innings later llelscr ill
played his sclentltk- training as a short
stop. In rushing for the ball ho struck his
right foot against his left shin
and tripped himself up v?lth tbe
ease of an acrobat. H II ill. bed tbe feat
by turning a somersault on bli new tile. It
was transformed Into a crushed strawberry
opera bat. Mr. Helser arose with dignity
and modestly bowed hl acknowledgements
for the tumultuous applause that followed.
Hlf masterly play completely demoralized
the opposing team. They footed the bill
forthe supper without a murmur, Slosson's
victory was won In six innings. His men
had scored thirty -five In that time to tweuty
five by the St. Omers. The latter played out
tbe seven Innings. ForetnanDonaldson of the
New York Times, the veteran secretary of
the old time Indigo Mines of Chicago, pro
nounced the match tbe most remarkable
game ever played la Brooklyn. Slosson
received congratulations with a band pic
turvsquelv festooned with arnica plaster,
He placed the ball ho won on Ice. Tbe
gold mounted but is on exhibition In a glass
case in bis rooms. Ills team have accepted
a challenge from Jacub Scuucfer's billiard
Wrests at a Georgia HaoKlna.
Savannah, (la., June 0. Tho banging
at Lawrcneevllle yesterday of Elbert M.
Stevenson was witnessed by fully 8,000
spectators. Tbe crime for which Steverson
paid tbo extreme penalty of tbe law was
committed at Lawrcnccvlllo on August 15,
ISSl, his victim being bis own brother's
widow, a beautiful young woman, for
whom be entertained a mad passion and w ho
bad repeatedly refused bis dishonorable
proposals. The murderer at tbe time was
himself a married man. At tho hanging
yesterday Stevenson maintained the ut
most composure throughout, exchanging
salutations lu a cheerful maimer with ac
quaintances in the ciowd around him. Ills
only anxiety appeared to bo to prolong his
last motncuis to the fullest limit.
Even wben seated over tbe trap be played
with the noose, and when the block cap
was adjusted he continued to exchange wit
tlclsms with those about him. He refused
Derslstentlv cither to make anyptotcstattons
of Innocence or to admit bis guilt, lilt
carting address was a tumble of nonsense.
At ltU7 o'clock the drop fell, buA Steven
inn. neck nut lirnkcn. and be Was iiif-
fered to slowly cboke to death. Tne body
remained swaying In the air for forty min
utes before it was out down. His remains
were taken In charge by an uncle and In
tarred la the same grave with his victim and
ker little son. Bteveusou's wlfo re
ised to the last to any any tblug to it
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY
4ua toward Pstyae'a Body riaall
Laid io Rest.
Wahhixotox, June 9. The remains of
John Howard l'ayna are to-day laid to rent
with impressive ceremonies under tbe
han Jsomo monument erected by the liber
ality of Mr. W. W. Corcoran. lQOak Hill
Cematory. Tbe casket was first taken to
the Corcoran Art Gallery, and was escorted
from there to the cemetery by a procession
consisting ef detachment of I'uited States
troops and district militia, the President,
members of the Cabinet and of the diplo
matic corps, judges of the United States
jourts, senators and representatives, the
poet and thn orator of the occasion, rela
tives of Payne and Mr. Corcoran, besides a
lat;e number of specially Invited guests.
In the cemetery the memorial services
consisted of a poem, by Kobert 8. Chil
ton, an oration lv Lelh Robinson, selec
tions of vocal and Instrumental rnuslo and
the I'.ev. Mr, Leonard, of St. John's.
Tery toucblnsr part f the eicereiites at the
tomb was "llome, Sweet Home," sung by
the l'hilharmonlc Society, tbe audience
Jul tig In the last verse of the pathetlo song.
The moutitnent Is a tell shaft of tine white
marble, standing upon a graceful pedestal
and surmounted by a bust of tbe poet. On
the sides are ornamental wreaths of flowers
in bas relief and tbe name, John Howard
Tavne, with the date of bis birth and
Tho Harper Illca Llceaao BUI.
SntiNOKiKLU, 111., June 9. The Har
per blgh-liceuse bill ws passed by tbt
Oeneral Assembly vesterday. Tbe Demo
crats made a gallant fight against the bill,
nnd the whole forenoon was consumed In
filacing it upon its final psssage, but finally
t secured the votes of seventy Republican's
and nine Democrat. The bill now ies to
the Senate, where its fate is a matter of
doubt. The committee on elections re
ported, seating Mr. Span and ousting Dr.
THE POPE AND THE IRISH.
Errington Charged With the Publication
of the Pope'i Letter,
Nkw Yori, June 9. A special cable.
gram from Rome says that tbe facts of
Errlngton's departure from Rome are well
known, and that be leaves there in deep
disfavor, if not In absolute disgrace, with
the Vatican. Bile overreached himself
in trying to overreach the ohurch. There
1 said to be indisputable eccleslastleil
authority for stating that the receit
letter from tbe propaganda to tbe
Irith lilsbopi was comraunlsaUd,
either directly or indirectly, to the
London Times by Errington, who bad
a copy of tbe letter in his pocket be'oie
Archbishop Croke or tbe other pre
lates were received there. Tbe importance
of this fact cannot be overruled. It Is cer
tain that but for Errington's baste and In
discretion, the iet'er. which bas caused
such trouble, would never have been pub
lished, even In the seml-etUelal Motlteur.
Cardinal Jacoblnl and tbe Pope are both
.aid to be deeply incensed at what is at
least a grave offense against ecclesiastical
etiquette. Errington Is taking comfort In
the delusive hope that be will be made a
bnronet, and attached to tbo Mrltlsb
embassy. Warm debates have oc
cuirud hi the Oimmons over the
ine.tion as to whether Errington had been
recommended to Rome bv the
(iov eminent. Mr. Uladstone stated In an
swer to a question, that Errington bad gone
tu Koine, altogether on tsis own suggestion.
L...a o. a-..-. --. ...... Mfkt,.(1 L.
part or r.rnnpou 8 expenses uau oeun tan-
tnoutea uy me government in any lorui.
ItKF I'SKP AN JNTKKVIKW.
Boston, June 9. A correspondent of the
'Hot cableithe following from Rome: The
l'ope to-day refused to recleve Errington,
who aked an audience, This mayludicaie
cwmlete change in the Irish nolicv. Er
rington is In absolute disgrace with the Vati
can, i tie recent letter or tne rope to tne
Irish bishops it Is said vas intended to be
secret. Errington bnd a copy before tho
Irish bishops received theirs. He com-
iniitil.'iiti'U it to the English partv in Rome,
which hus been very influential at the
Vatican. In dismay at the pope's emphatla
rcfual to give an audience to Errington, it
s reported that MTinglou win leave Home
rook Hern Mny 27! taw
Cliit'Atio, June 1. A Fort Howie, AH
zona, special say: From scml-otilcla
sources It is learned tint ien. Crook was
in the .utiaripa district, in the southeas
tern part of Sonora, May 'J7, and up to that
time had bad no gcuerul engagements with
tbe hostlles. This information comes
through Mexican olliccrs, who commanded
a smull detaclimeut of the Sonora Mate
troops engaged in scouting through Zauar
Ipa. The point w here Crook was met was
about two hundred ami tlfty miles south
east of the boundary line. A large Mexi
can ranch was located there and u
detail of American troops was oil-
piied In laying a large stock of provis
ions, i ne nostues uati seutiereu nut were
being followed by Crook's Sau (urlus
scouts. Crook was confident his forces
would overtake and overcome them In the
heart of tbe mountains. The march from
liavlspe south, the general stated, bad
been a severe one, but the troops were In
good condliiiin. lie was awaru of the dls-
po.-ltton of the Mexican troop. In Sonoro
and Chihuahua, and expressed satisfaction
at the arrangement for co-operating, uu
Mav '."i Crook entered the sierra Madies
again and pushed south. Ihese eircum
stances were communicated to General
Hmidotle, commander of the Sonora Mate
troops, also to (ic neral Torres at Her-
Ihe Wrrsjtllna Tournament,
Sr. Lofts, .hum . The wrestling
tournament was inaugurate!.' yesterday be
foro a very small crowd. Whistler threw
Mibbv lu tin hour nndlx minutes; Cannon
threw llixc nuns In three and a half mln
utes. Andre Chrlstol and XuchrlU
wrestled for slxtv minutes, neither secur
ing a fall, and the bout wus declared a
draw. 'Ihe tournament will close to
morrow. In connection with a base ball
match between the Oratul Avenue snd West
QtriNCT, 111., June It. Tim St. Louis
Turnfest begun this evening with a grand
reception at Turn Hall, after tho arrival of
the special train from St. Louis, Hon. W.
Steluwetlel, of this city, liuitlc the opening
speech, and to-morrow Emll l'reetorlus
delivers the fest-rede. The prle-liit ulng
takes place at Highland Park, anil there ar
Inillciuloiis that out .",MKJ Turners will lie
iti Powder Mills Exploaloii,
ST. LoriM. Mo.. June ll.-Mr. S. II.
I.nllln received word from bis powder mill
that were blown up yesterday, to the effect
Unit um man. a wheelman, was killed.
The barrel mill aud the wheel mills sro
total loss, Tbo damage la estimated at
MnJ, IHrkersun'a Divorce An sin I led.
pHiLAMariilA, June 0. The cnuit of
common pics to-day annulled tbt decree
or uivorce oiuainoii ny Major iMckcrstin
on the ground thut It was obtained by i
fraud, and dismissed tbe libel suit and tin
osed the yaynteBt at all aoeti upou Ut
MOHNINO. JUNE 10, 1883
Scene! Around the PrisonAn Egyptian
Criminal Carried to the Scaf
I.o.viioN, June M.--A debate occurred In
the Conn is lat evfiilicr relative to the
tx-i utiou of Siihdnmii baud. The mem
bers opposed to the execution were led by
Sir (ieorgu Campbell, and Mollor, the mem
ber from King's county, urged Ihe govern
incut to telegraph requesiing a slav of exe
cution. Mr Uruuiiniinil Wolff said the
death of Sulcinmii luiitl was hurried in or
der to silence tho charge against ihe Klie.
dive, l.urd Fiixuiituriee, I 'inter Foreign
Secretary, replied that Sir Edwsrd Mallet,
British i otisid-lieneral in Egvpt, hail been
ordered to inquire, as tu whether there was
an) ik'ng In llic case calling for the inter
vention of the British ii.erntiient. Glad
stone dually slated that a .Mallet bad not
ii-.l'.rnicd l In gieiiiiiii nt that there had
been any injustice done to Mtleiiuan Hand,
they hail distinctly declined to interfere in
HIX III NKItKII KMililtANIH,
Lo.mhin, June U. Mx hundred emi
grants, aided l.y the government, left Gul
way for America yestorday.
Dcni.tv, June . Timothy Kelley, con
victed of participation in the'phu nix pnrl
m urders, was bHiiged in Kilmainhum Jail
at eight o'clock this morning. He was the
fifth executed for those murders, and the
last one convicted. There was- a largo
crowd outsldo the prisoji. but no disturb
ance It is believed tha"Kelley died with
out a'.sXitig a statement.
A IT KM I' I S AT A HKPKIKVK.
Mr. Varlan, a member of the prisoner's
A Id Society, called upon Earl Spencer, the
Lord Lieutenant yesterday evening, and
gave dim the personal assurance thut at
o'clock on the night of the Pho nlx Park
murder heller was present at a meeting of
tbe society. I'liis morning Varian stood in
front of tbe Jail and slated ihal he expected
every umment to hear that Kelley had been
reprieved. The authorities, expecting a
great crowd atjt he );iil during tho execution,
anopieii extensive precautions lor the nviln-
lenance ol order. Police surrounded the
prison; marines, dressed as civilians, mix
ed with the crowd, aud two companies of
troops were in readiness for an emergency
within the rato adjacent to the hospital. The
crowd was very unlet. A nuniberof women
fervently read tho prayers, for theSJdying.
THE RI.Af'K FI.AO WAS H01IIt
Over the prison some prisoners uttered
shriek" and a young woman fell Jon her
knee, land called the curse of God unon
James Carey, the informer. The crowd
soon dispersed. Kelley received the sacra
ment tnis morning and knelt with tbe
priests lu prayer to the lust moment. He
maintained a ralin demeanor, but was verv
pale. His parting Interview with bis
mother and frl"iids yesterdnv was verv
painful. This morning he gave u lock of
hair and some fl iwers to Canon Kennedv.
and requested him to hand them to his
mother. Before his death bv repeated a
rumlse made to bis mother, that be would
cave no statement nor letter regarding tbe
London, June 0. The Malagasy envovs
Slate that, while willing to make a treaty
witu t ranee similar to tiie treaties w ith
other countries, thev will not entertain auv
question involving a French protectorate
Pakiu, June tt. -Brun, the Minister of
Marine, to-dav Informed the Caldtict that
the government,, J,, Jims
was In command or tn Annamite lowes in
Tonqtiln. He also announced that a tele-
gram was received from the t reiicb ( on-ni
at Canton, slitting that no preparations for
war were being made there.
CAKKIEU TOTHK gt'AKKOI.O,
At rv nphia, June 0. Suleiman had to
be almost carried to the scaffold, and was
finally banged. Some persons say he died
before the drop fell. n the way to the ex
ecution the condemned man 'murmured
that ho had been victimized by A raid
At.KXAVPltiA, June 9, Tbe execution
of Suleiman D.iuil, tills morning, for sot
ting tire to Alexandria, to A place In the
midst of the ruins of tbe great square.
frauds In llulhtlita the Nl. I.oals Cus
Washisoton, June H. -Murch made a
fresh demand for paper at the Treasury
department to-day, this time calling for
those relating to the St, Louis postnflico
building. He says that he expects to shw
that loss occurred to the Government from
the prices at which tho stone was
furnished under the nullified
contract. Tbe contracts for stone
for the St. Louis building were made by
Mullett on fie fifteen per cent basis, anil
were among those modified by Hill when
be came on. Hill claims that his modifica
tion was the best that cld lie got under
tbe circumstances, and that by It he saved
mauy thousand dollars. Murch claims tiutt
tho modified contract was a great fraufi,
aud by It the Government was forced to pay
many 'thousands of dollars njoro for stone
than It should have paid. Hill Is furnish
ing the papers to-day, and the experts
will begin their calculation at ouco,
Dig Blaaoe In Chicago.
CfiK Ado, June 9. The grain warehouse
of Douglass. Stewart 4 Forrest,
on Sixteenth street, was burned this
morning. Loss, $100,000; Insurance, $00,
A tire In the clothing bouse of Wlllough
by, Illll A Co., ut tliree o'clock th's morn
ing, inflicted a damage of $l!i,0u0 on the
stock snd building, and for a time tt threat
sued tho entire structure, Tbo tlrm carries
an Insurance of $25,000.
The damage by the Wllloughhv, Hill h
Company tl.e Is now planed at' $76,000,
mainly to stock, caused by smoke and
witter. The flro originated lu tbe basement
of a restaurant.
Tliree Chicago Vllllann Captured.
CiiiCAdO. Juno 0. Tbo police early this
morning arrested Dan Uauley, John Malo
ncy and a young fellow named Halllgan,
all of tbo hoodlum class, who, with three
others forced their wav into the room of a
young woman named Mary McDonald, on
Daniel street, during last evening and re-
featedly assaulted tier. Tbe victim Is
wenty-flve years old, had been In the city
three days and was Introduced to go to the
bouse of Mrs. Blancy, the wife of a sailor,
where tho assault occurred . The young
woman Is In tho hospital, aud It expected to
Driven to Nuielde.
CutvrUNi), O.. Juno 0. -Jacob Week
r, once a prosperous master cooper, but
lately In reduced circumstances, suicided
this morning bv shooting himself In tho
bead. Bodily Infirmities aud loss ol prop
erty was the cause He was fifty-two years
of age, His divorced wife and three grown
children live In Chicago, and bis married
A ratal EiploaUa.
New York, Juno 9. By the explosion of
t twenty-five ton vulcaoltor In the Anonla
Kiibber Works at College Point, Long
Island, Engineer Jackson, Andrew Honpa
and William Kelley were killed. Tweetber
workmen ware fatally hurt. Tbe building
WM aartlj 4uU4. Laee, fll(WW.
Favorabla ltesars ae la tit Cation
Memphis, June 9. The following 'are
tbe replies received by Messrs. Hill, Fon
taine .t Co., of this city, In response to ftO
letters of Inquiry sent to merchant and
planter In the cotton belt tributary to
Memphis, which embraces West Tennsi
see, North .Mississippi, North Arkansas,
and North Alabama, lu regard lo acreage
planted lu cotton, as compared with last
ear, l'.'l report about the tame, 01 report
a decrcanti, Tbe average in
crease is 'i 1-6 per cent. About
weather, ISO report the weather as having
been more favorable than lust year, except
ing tbej frot and cool weather of May id,
--. J3 and :'4; Ut report less favorable, M
atfout the same, About stand-, ''H report
stands good, 70 moderately good. poor.
About the present condition of the crop,
Kit report the crop In good condition, W
In fair condition, P.'H In a backward condi
tion. All report more or less Injury
from the frost and cool weather,
which c 'Ccked the growth of the
plant, but with a favorable season the dam
age, it is thought, will be regained. The
pl.intjis also reported as being smaller than
usual for the season. In corn, IDS report
an increased acreage planted with corn,
112 report a decrease, iau about the same.
Average decrease J t,' pur cent. On the
condition of the corn croji, 27H report the
corn crop in good condition and "i In a fMr
condition, l avorable reports come from
Mississippi and T.uncsen of increased at
tentlon helujj ld to raising Ikj. pota
toes, small fruits, peas and sorghum.
Washington. June , Th condition
of the Treasury is as follows; Gold coin an1
bullion, $im,iitNI,oH; silver dollars aud
bullion. ll.1,K.-,737; fractional silver coin,
$2M I, miri; I'nlted States notes. ,t.'il,5I,
HO; total. :ts7.ftVU-i certiticHte. nut
standing, jmi.87H.IMO; silver, $71,5.")2,M1;
NkwYokk. June 9. Bank statement Is
us follows. Loan. Increase, J2,.'iiK),(sK);
specie, decrease. $700, KM; lecal ten ler.
Increase. $.7HVKI; deposits, incea-e,
4.:iiI..VKt: circulation, decrease, $7!,3n0;
reserve, decrease. $i,47S; the bank now
hold$...isin,173lnexcen of the legal re
quirements. NentPDred lor Murder nnil Nnlciile.
Danvii.i.k, V., June 9 Win. I.. Dod
sou was found culltv of murder In tbe sec
ond degree for killing James Reed, and
sentenced to five years In the penitentiary,
and to three years additional for burning
the house In which the murder was com
mitted. Gnltean'a NUter Change Her Nnme.
Clili-Aiio. Juue 9. Francis M. Scovllle.
the sister of Chas. Gulteali. who was di
vorced from her husband, George Scovllle
last January, filed a petition In tbe Circuit
court yesterday to have hor name changed
to Frances Maria Howe.
St. Loin.), June H. Between one and
two o'clock this morning 'he Merameo
Flouring Mill, owned by H. B. E.'ger. of
this city, was destroyed' by fire. The loss
Is placed at $)in,(ssi. and the Insurance
amounting to $V 1,500.
Gould In III Yacht.
Pmiladki.PHIa. June 9. .lav Oiu'd's
steasii yacht. Atabtuta, started this morn
ing for a trial trip down the river to test
the maehlnerv and speed. Gould, accom
panied by a few friends, was on board.
Tkrnton, N. J., June1!). Slack'sstnck
Ing factory was burned out last night. Loss
$lJ,(Hst. Two hiindnH operators are out
Nkw Turk, June 9, The City of Home
Is aground off Gedney Channel, outward
HOGS Slow; weaker; ISc lower; light
$0 iVirjrtiot); heavy packing and shipping $0
CATTLE Active; stronger; ex)orts$ 550
0 t0; good to choice shipping W 40rS5 75;
common to fair $."o25 40.
CATTLE-Export steers $5 85(6 10;
good to heavy steers $A ftOfdS 75; light to
fair $5 15f"(i5 40; common to medium $4 65
fet! 00; fair to good Colorado $4 (MVtM 50;
Southwest $3 75r5 U0; corn-fed Texan
$4 2.'r3o 25; light to good itockers $3f34 40;
fair to good feeders $4 10dr4 40;common to
choice native cows and heifers $3 05(94 85;
scalawags of any kind $Ao$3 60.
HOGs Market dull, and no demand.
Light to good Yorkers, $) 50frTo 70; rough
to really good packing, $0 fkV36 "5; butch
ers to extra, $u 7000 85; skips aud culls,
SH KEF Stead?, with a good demand, at
rlnn prices. Common, medium and light,
$2 fioarfl 50; fair to good, $3 .Weil 50;
prime $4 25(9500; fair to good Texans, $3(9
W HE AT-irnscttlcd, closing at $1 12V
July; $1 14 H August; $1 i5' Sep
tember; $1 15 October; 1 10 S year.
CUBS Lower, at 65 . Juno; 5CV
July; 56 S August; 67 September; 50 K
UATS-Lover at 40 June; 39 K
Julv; !W.V August; 81Jf yer.
WH KAT Lower; closing at $1 19 June:
$1 lo.luly; August; $1 20 September; $1
22 S October; $1 1SW year.
COItS Lower; 50K Juno; Bl? Julv;
63S August; 54 September; 54 H Octo
ber; 401 year.
OATS-Lowerj 40V June; 3l)V July;
BUTTER Market iitljt and easy; de
maud light and only for the choice grades.
Medium and low iiialltles dull as ever.
We iiuote: Choice to fancy creamery at
lSfrfliito 20 for selections; seconds .at best
dairy rates; dairy at Moflfl for choice to
fa tic v. and 10 for selections in a small way;
fair io good 10W12; common SfalO. Coun
try packed In liberal receipt and selling
mainly at Vd choice will bring a shade
more, whllo considerable sella at 4(a3.
EGGS Current receipts were rlnn at
13 Se! supplv light and demand good.
LIVE 1'Ol LTltY-Old chickens I', light
supplv, fair demand and steady at $3 75rf4
forolilhen;$.12.V3W), for mixed; and
$2 7!W3 00 for cocks. Springs steady ami
unchanged, with bulk of sales as fol
lows: $1 "A"2 '.'-; choice largo quotable at
$2 7,V(i.'l; and smull at $iro)l 10. Other poul
LEAD Finn. Sales ;5 cars retlued $4 19
del; bard worth $412
Wheat end corn arrived dull; wheat'and
8orn to arrive dull and heavy. Mark Lane
Wheat and corn dull, Country marksts
rather dull. Weather In England line
No. 2 spring Ps Id. No. spring 2d.
Western winter Us Id; Western com dull
at 0 oHd. Denaasl from Halted
ICInvilAua sal asislakSBl lull fas Wheal Msd
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That is what a great
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Nov. 8(i88 1.
I was a great sufferer from
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Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, Si lOO.OOO!
A (u'lioral Lankiiijf Bnsinos!
JJNTERPKiSE HAVING BANK,
EXCLUSIVELY A SAYINUS RANK.
tiios. v".IIAXJLluv ,
DI ALIUS in
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Hiirbest Cash Price Paid fur Wheat.
PROPRIETOR OF 8 PRO ATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ioe.
ICf BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WKLl
PACKED FOR 8HIPPINO
Oar Loads u Specialty.
Cor.Tweli'th Street and Lereou
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