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M -"- ' -" M. "' i -ii - r ' - I, w u i J 4i AIMHii
Co lit I vane a,
C liroulo IHar
Impurity of the
ami all Dlocun:
rnuHi-l by De
rangement of Liver, IiowcU auJ Kidneys.
BTMPTOMS OF A MSFASEI) MVEK.
Had Hrtalh; pain in the hiile, somitiines the
pain ii fell under the Shout'ler-Mail.:, mistaken for
Khcumalism ; general loss of app' tlte; liowcls
Seneraily costive, sumetimt-s ulteriiaiiiii! with lax;
tc head is troubled with piiin, is dull and heavy,
with considerable low of rn'-m ry, arcomiiank'
with a painful sensali n uf leaving undone tumeiliitiK
)iichoui;ht to have iietn dune; a ililil, dry cuiin,
and flushed face ii sometimes an attendant, often
mistaken for consumption; the patient complain!
uf weariness and delnlit y . nervous, easily turtled;
feet cold or burning, noiiietune a pti'-'.ly sensation
of the akin exists, spit.ts ar: low aii'l dcson'lent,
and, alihotiih satisfied mat ext rcise would be bene
filial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try It in fact, distrusts every rm: !y. Several
of the above symptoms attend t ie iliw a . but cues
have occurred when but few ol ilicm exited, yet
(lamination after death lia shown the Liver to
have been eilcnsivcly deranged.
It should ho used by all rcror, ill ami
young, vihcntivt r any of the ubove
Person TravftUng or Living in Cn.
hnaltliy IMtalltlva, F.y taking a di e occasion
ally to keep the I.iver in hculiliy action, will avoid
all Malaria, lllllou attack, lMiiiness, Nau
sea, Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, etc. It
will invigorate like a glass of wine, but is liu In
If Tou have eatn anything hard of
digestion, or (eel heavy after meal., or sleep
lea at night, take a dote and you will be relieved
Time and Doctors' 11111 will be laved
by always keeping llm I'i'fiilutor
in the House !
For, whatever the ailment may he, a thoroughly
lafe purgHtive, alu-i-iitlv and touio can
never tie out of place. 'I he remedy is harmW-a
and does Dot luterft-re with business or
IT IS rmELV VFOETAM.E,
And has all the power and efficacy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of Hie injurious after effecta.
A ftovernor's Testimony.
Simmons Mver Krguhtr ha hern in use in my
family lor some time, and I am wttiaiied it is a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J. Gill Siti.HTiiH, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Ali-iundi-r It. Ktriilicns, of (in.,
lays: Have derived t me U im I ; tr.ni the me oi
Simmons IJver Ki-guUior, and wish to give it a
"Tim only Thine; that never falls to
Itellee," I have usej many remedies for Dys
pepsia, Liver Affection and lability, but never
nave found anything to benefit me to the eitent
Simmons Liver Kenulator has. I sent fiom Mm.
nesota to (ieorgia for it, and w ould send further for
such a medicine, and would advise all who are tins,
ijarly affected to iiive it a tn.d as 11 seems the only
thing that never hols In relieve
1'. M. Jankkv, Minneapolis, Minn.
Ur. T. VT. Mason any: From actual ex
perience in the use of Simmons Liver kenulator in
my practice I have been an I am satisf.e j to use
and prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
jQyTake only tha Oenuliin, which always
has on the Wrapper tlie red Z Trade-Mark
and Slunature of J. H. ZEIMN si CO.
KOk PALE nv ALL liRUGClSTS.
CKFITK-With U. n. CandM. City National
JK. j. eT sti.ono,
128 Otmmcnial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAI'OIt, KLECTItOVAI'OH !D MBDlCATKI)
A lady In attendance.
QU. V. C. JOCKKYN,
D K N T 1ST.
OVPIf P ElrhtS frvrirt. r.f Cot fe'' w ne
H. K VV. WHITLOCK.
Urric-m No. 1S6 CiniarrrHl Ivtrn?. rwtw-an
ttM 1 Vlt 't- Mrrt
IA. H. RMITIt.
KUBKHT A. rXlTIl,
Gnuul Central Store.
CAIKO. - - ILL,.
JsJKNV VOKK STORK,
WIIOLE.SAI.K AXD RETAIL
Tlie Largest Variety Stock
IX THK. CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VEUYCLOsSK
O. O. PAT1KU & CO..
tor, Nineteenth atrosit ('"wirn 111
'"onimHrrlal Avpim f qill's lit.
N. Ii. Thistlewood & Bro.
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
Cn i ro. Illinois .
Manufacturer and Doalur In
tUh Htfeoi, butwvuD C'oru'l Ato. uud Lovno,
CHOICE BOUINO A SPKUlArTY
ALL KINUSOP AMUNIT10N.
ar llaaalred. All Kladf ol Ktift Untie.
HERE AND THERE.
Latest Particulars Concernins
George Gould and I illian Rus-.oll Be
lieved to H2v? Eloped Crit
tenden's Salary Dark
Jnrli liruiti liibnll,v I oiiihI.
El. I.Ol.ls. .mm 11. ,I(ii1j Kiiiin'a an.
CI!inl- Ht ttlK COUrltoilH) Jclld Uf I if (icifd,
tliN nifpriilinf, to the now atoiy of liii. dl,.
rovery. ."sevcial iitleiiirn uid II111I it
Tr)' little Katinfmnloii to know tb.it rltlier
ho or aoinp reiiiiiling )nm li,t i,c, n
itn out In L't.tli loinewlifre, fvcu if U10
ainry was not (!(Ulvusul. No aurpri wat
exfresHcd hy tlie few who ca'diicil the htu
ry. They a.iid that there hud lici-n no
more reaion to aujipnse tbut lie win in New
York titan In KrarHwi. Hip
'ory, a told bv Deliit.
Ive TbH In that Jud?p Knim nnd fiet, uiivc
I. K. Newcoinh were traveling Kafttvunl
In tho ('cntriil I'adUo train that i,t;irted
fiuiii .;in frani'lkco na Sainrdav. ami that
lby Would arrive thia niorniii'X in s.tll l,Hk
( H v. for whleh plHrc Jiidcc K rum hud
hotii'ht his tli kel. Mr. 'i lilel av lli.tl i,n
mceivin' a leleifr.-irii to this effect from Ie
teotlve Newcoiiilj he eoinniiiMi iitrvl
with Mra. Knim, but that she .iid
that 11 fortnight ao nlie reiniemed .Mr,
Tbiel to dbeontinne Itivi'tstiyatitinit as to
her htikhaml ' wbcre:iintit us nho was
nor al;.! u pay te hh:h nervii.'es and win
anally aniioyed at rn'oivinp the ines,f,e
that wj telegraphed this tniirtiiiiif. tio
did not desire nnv further xearph fur Mr.
When .lutltrn Kiuin'a absence from t.
Louia beau to ureal Utiea-iness III his l i u
ily. Tlilel's ugt.'iif.y wa. eiiipluved lo taiii
om the mystery of his (Lsuppeaianei.'. .Mr.
Thle aaya he traced the Ju li'C fiom ( bli i
(Co to Ntw York Cltr. where he reu':
teredlnthe Albemarle llolel. It was
learned thai be n ml front the hotel in a
hark, and tbe detective was convinced that
the Jndfji' a trvlttn to cinepal h's move
menu. Mr. Tbfel sav that In New Vork
Judpe Knim took 1 1'acifle Mail kteamer fur
San Franelico. and that there he was met
by Detective Newcomh.
Judife John Krum wivi teen tbi noon.
He had heard the Theil utorv. and h id
nothing to ay about It. Ilia manner mure
than hU word, conveyed the notion that
uo Hw.-icrieu no (treat importance to the ru
mor. I'pon one point he exhibited some
warmth. Tbe tory bore hoavllv upon Me
wife of the inJlnjf Chester, to rexentinir
ny further tenreh on the part of the deti c
tives. and evidently referring to this. Jndire
Krtira.ayato publish sueh sttifT bavorod
strongly of eruolty.
Mr. Tbcil wa seen. He said there
could be no qnmlon aa to the complete
identity of Chester Krum.
Tonne Gould in4 I. Milan KaNacll.
Kbw York, .lime 11. There lit still con
siderable talk In Wall street over the dU
appearance of younj George Gould. The
tatomen that he took 60, 000 nharc of
Wfstern Union to London with tbe hope
that the fctock would he llted on t do Lon
don Stock Excbaujre. meets with no cred
ence, as there would be no need for a special
tuoieu:ei . The sroulp, however, connecia
hid lisenc In a vaguu wav with that of
Lillian Kusiell the acttess. Gould. Jr.,
has been usually not very fast, but it is said
that he had a weakness for the beautlen of
tbe stage that caused his father Home
trouble. M!s Russell baa for
a Ioiir- time been the recipient
of manv favors from the young
scions of Wall Street. Among the mot
ardent were Howell Oshorn. whose father.
C. J. Usborn, the well-known broker, was
obliged to ship him off to L'urope. to gtt
urn. uni limn milium iiri'tiy singer. It
was said that Ml IsiiMcll hadle't on the
Indian Monarch, which sailed from this
port at 7 a. ru. on Tuesdav last, while
Umrg". Co ild took pssHgeJby the Al.vssinla
at 0 p. u. nn the same dav. It now' seems
that Miss Russell was seeri here as lale an 4
p. rn. that day. There are other facts that
seem to con flrra thn storv. On the other
band, it is known that Gould has long been
desirous of opening a house In Kn"
land, and It is said that George Goultl and
a well-known broker have goneover for that
found in the Canal.
Cincinnati, June ll.-Tht body of
Frances Schmlt, a young woman, was
found In the canal Saturday mornln?. It is
a supposed suicide. Early this morning a
uinu uuuieu mnuer was arrested on suspi
cion of having caused her death. Mr. Ulp
V7 'ho gave the information, caused
Hinder s arrest. He says he saw Binder
and another man with Miss Schmlt
at Binder's house Thursday night
at II O'clock, thilt nnn nf tko .......
struck the girl, whereupon he struck the
uu anu .hiss .-5,, svno run screaming away
toward the canal. It is thought that in her
iritrht shn ran n1n thn .ami imi... a
not know Miss Schmlt, but recognizes too
u.-bu uuu us inn woman lie saw
Thursday night. Hinder was too drunk to
talk when arreuteil lint In n..i .,-.... v.,..
ated Wtiley's story.
A. Mnrderer's Niilride.
I'lTTSBUKO. l'eiin.. June 11. -The
Chronicle's Stoubenville, Ohio, special
says: "Alex. Mvatt. Indicted for the
der of John Bird, and confined in Jail, hung
himself in his cell last night about midnight.
it ( frl Hun , i. SI.. . i 1 ...
iu nv wua jjiyau wue. nnd the
llltllir fo owed them In Slnlll.n..m ...I.....
he sliot and killed Hird. n the morning of
Mav I'll. The fnl mvltiir I, .11,,- .. .... .1 1-
the cell: u ,u
"Dear Sarah ! I 1
womiin In the world, if you were wicked to
in.-, ..in 1 nave nrgiven nnd pravrd (i. 0
forg ve you. 1- ease do not forsake the dear
children. Arilinr. sli..L- ... , 1
i . ' ."juiir inoiiier,
aifU write to your undo Artbiir for money
to help you.
isigtieuj "Alax. Mvatt."
( omprtimUliiK the MtIoksIuu Suit,
Nrw YoitK, Juno 11. -The suit nf
Allco Almont Livingston, the young lady
who sued Henry Fleming, a wealthy nil
broker, for breach of promise, has been
ettlod by compromise. At. the trial Miss
Livingston got a verdict of 7,".,000 tlaiusgcs.
and B tllntlnn fsr nnui Irlnl ...!.? '
the ground that new evidence had been
uiwuicu. hum L,tvingsion'i attorney
now states that Flomlng has compromised
and Hgroed to pay a large amount, although
he Is not at liberty to state tho sum. The
case will be remembered as a highly sens,
tional oue, it occupying levoral weeks lu
Albany. June 11. Westberbcad A Co.
dealer lu fancy grocorloe, bare assigned
Liabilities not McerUked.
a iiik lit ttici rrirnai t v iihi... ..
.. . . .. ... ,. ...
An Important DrdUlon.
Jkffehsos City, June 11. Stato ex rel.
Thus. T. Crittenden vs. John Walker,
auditor, persnptory writ awarded. This
U a petition for a mandamus to compel the
State Audltorto audit the account of relator
ane draw a warrant for his salary as Gov
ernor for the month of May, IS:!, during
which time the Governor was absent from
the htnte In the city of New Y'irk on tbe 7th
to the i! I M of May, performing a dutv Im
posed upon him by the laws of the State.
I luring this absence Lieut. -Got.
Campbell discharged ihi duties of the chief
executive for ten (lava, and for which a
warrant was Issued by the Auditor to the
Lieutenant-Governor for such services, and
an equivalent amount deducted from the
salary of the governor. The court holds
that as the law makes no provision for the
mode In w hich the governor shall manifest
to the public Ills uLence from tbe atate It
necessarily Is left to his discretion, subject
to his responsibility to the people, end If
the interests of the stale should suffer In
conseiti''iice gf his prolonged absence
he would be amenable to p4lilic sentiment
and to the control ol the Im
peaching pow.r of tbe Stale; Ibat the ab
sence of the, Governor of the Slate fore lim
ited time creak' no such vacancy in the of
fice us to allow i he Lieutenant-Governor to
sssiimo the (I ut lu and receive the salary of
the Governor, and that the absence of the
Governor from 'his f'.tate for tbe purpose of
performing a duly cast upon him by law
did not autli'irlze tho Lieutenatit-dovcrnor
to assume the functions of bis nfllco during
such absence and receive his salary.
A Doable 1 raiceily.
Vi.NX'RN.fictt, Ind., June 11. A shock
ing tragedy occurred In the house of Joseph
Pollock, a wealthy miller nnd an influential
citizen, shortly after midnight Stturday
night. His son. Charles Pollock, who
married Clara Clendenln six months airo,
came home after midnight, bade his father
and mother icood night, saying he was go
ing away. He went to his wife's bedroom,
disrobed, and In half an hour shot her
through the breast and himself
through the right side. She ran to
the end of tho hall, where she fell dead.
He livjd twenty minute, hut neither of
them spoke a word. Pollock had been dis
sipated before his marriage, but reformed
and was In his father's mill. He bad been
drinking during the past three weeks, and
was partly Intoxicated when he came home.
No trouble was known to exist between
hlrn and tils wife.
The Ntar Route Trial,
Washington-, June 11. To-day's ses
sion of the Star Kouto trial was devoted to
hearings alignments based upon the pray
ers for Instructions to tbe Jury. The pray
ers number twenty for the prosecution, and
an oven hundred for the defense. The At
torney General was present in court. Mr.
Ker began bis artrunieni. He maintained
that when the defendant on the stand re
fused to produce evidence tbe documentary
evidence m hu possession, such a failure
cast a suspicion on all otherevldence adduc
ed by tbe defendant, and was a circum
stance tendimr to prove guilt. He held
that Ingersoil's offer to produce the books
under restrictions, could not have been ac
cepted by the court, and therefore did not
mitigate for presumption drawn from the
non -production of evidence.
Another Cyclone in Imllnnn.
I.NDIA.NAPOU8, Ind., June 11. Jforth
Vernon was visited by a eylone .Sunday
night about half past seven o'clock It
passed through the southern part of town
and destroyed five or six houses, one a
brick church snd the rest dwellinir. No
one was Injured so far as Is known.JA train
oi ten cars on me unio anil Mississippi was
blown from the track about seven miles
east of North Vernon but no one was In
jured. Further up on the O. M. railway
ai ungooa, several houses were blown
down ana two persons are reported
kiiicu. ine eiouu was iiinnei-snapcu, mov
Indian Bnrnlng Fratrlee.
Chicago, June 11.- A Fort Bowie. A.
T., special says: A report has been re
ceived from Major Biddle's command to
tbe extent that the extensive prairie fire's
which have recently swept across Southern
Arizona originated in Mexico and are
thought to be tbe work of Indians return
ing noth. scouting parties returned to
I'smiy oitiuruay ausr ntung out a weea", t)e
Ing met everywhere bv fires. Kiddle's
troops will form a Junction with the Fourth
v.suiry unuer r orsyme, wnico has been
ordered to Gaudaloupe Canyon from New
S.f a vinA
mt a n v
Tobacco at Auction.
St. Louis, June 11. Something entirely
unknown in the history of the tobacco
trade took place to-day Id tbe RIneo ware
house at Eleventh and Spruce streets,
wherA Vesbrs. VMmunria an.l rA.A ji.
- . .TICIISU U1B
posed of over three hundred hogsheads of
tobacco by auction. Much Interest is felt
In the outcome of this Innovation, as It
niav effect a revolution in the tobacco
maustry. Buyers are nere rrom the East
The sale was begun at 10 o'clock.
Albany, June 11. At tbe ecneral svnml
of the Reformed Church to-day resolutlone
were adopted appointing a committee to
consider tlie advisability of establishing a
theological seminary In tbe west and recom
mending a more stringent observance of
Sunday by discouraging the publication of
i-iiuday editions of the secular press, Sun
day liquor selling and all other traffic of
business that may Interfere with the proper
St. Louis, June 11. At 1:16,' this after
noon, an alarm of fire was sounded from
6th and Olive streets the building occupied
by Newcomb Bros., upholstry, csrpets,
etc. Tho tire was confined to the fifth sto
ry. There was great difficulty In getting
tho hose in proper position In the fifth sto
ry. The loss, it Is supposed, will foot up
to $10,000 or $11,000, there being SO,0UO
worth of goods stored lu the place. Lois
on building, about $500.
A Kegro and m White Ulrl Klope.
Milwaukkk, June 11. Tom Smart, a
negro over thirty years of age, was arrested
hore to-day for eloping from Fond du Lae,
with Lillle Schmaellg, a white girl sixteen
years old. The girl will be taken home ami
Smart will bo prosecuted. He was em
ployed as cook at tbe American House at
Fond Du Lao, hut was formerly of the New
ball House, this city.
An Old Lady M ordered.
Lauro, O., Juno 11. Mrs. Andrew
Lasure, aged seventy, was killed Saturday
night by John Tryfoglc, married, aged
twenty-four. Mrs. Lasure had gone to bis
hu" to remonstrate with him for permit
tin hli cow to trespass on her prem
ises. Aquarrel aroso, and he threw a
jtone which struck her in tne breast. Try-
Boston, June 11. Tho speeder tenders
In tho Blackitono Mills resumed work to
day. Judge Forsaker, the republican candi
date for Govsvi nor of Ohio, Is thirty-seven
years of age and graduated at Cornell In
18tW. IJe entered the army at a private
when only sixteen years of age. and being
promoted to a captaincy served through the
war lu the CliitY-uluili Ohio rtgl
Dynimlte Triili-Th. Popo'i IHIty
Loxi.OM.Juae 11. -The trial of the dy
namite conspirators, Dr. Oallagher, Ber
nard Gallagher, Ansburgh Curiln. White
bead end Wilson, ohargsd with treason fel
ony, was begun this morning. Tho oourt
Mr. Clarke, of the counsel for tbe defense
challet ged three Jurors, on behalf of Dr.
GtlhiKher. Henry James, Attorney Gwt
eral, opened the case for tbo prosecu
tion, tin said the prisoners wero charged
with ofienses very near high treason It
was nei essarv to prove all had Intended to
levy war against the Quoan. It was suffi
cient to show that a conspiracy existed to
take lives snd destroy property, without
regard to who suffered. lie said that Ber
nard Gallagher was In a different position
from the other prisoners. His own state
ment might be considered to connect him
with the dynamite plot, but reference was
If the facts alleged against the prisoner)
were fully established thoro was not a per
son lu the country who would not be pleased
that they bad boeu brought to Justice.
Lynch, (alius orman) the Informer re
peated his testimony In ro
gsrd to the doings of the conspirators pre
vious to and after their arrival in England
from America, which he gave at the prelim
WIM. CONDUCT HIS OWN DEFENSE.
Lynch on being cross-examined said he
never saw Wilson or Ansburgh before he
saw them In the Bow street polloo court.
Between the two Interviews with the
authorities at which he offered to turn In
former be had appeared at the Bow street
police court. Lie told a little more at tbe
second Interview than before concerning
Fenian Clubs in N'ew York
and their objects. The "Irish
Republic," he said was mentioned In the
oath be took In New Vork when he Joined
the conspirator. He was not aware that
Iieland had had a separate Parliament dur
ing the last century. He had never been
assoolaled with any plot or rebellion In Eng
land or Ireland. It ii f no account to
him whether Iroland became a republlu or
bad borne rule. He bad sever conversed
with Dr. Gallagher In anyeerly else's pres.
ence. His susptclops wete aroused by tie
spring which Gallagher landed him and
which fitted a bammtf made to egpiode a
cap. He admlttid he hail broken his oath
to the Emerald Club In New York, which
was as binding as one taken in court. He
was then examined by tbe prosecution
when ho did net knew the oblects af the
society until he Joined and then he did not
uxe to Bscs out.
After other witnesses bad given tbelr
testimony to prove that Whitehead bad
purchased acids, glycerine and other com
pounds used in the manufacturj of explo
sives, the court adjourned.
ZUKKRTORT WINS FIK8T PIIIZE.
London, June 11. In tho Chess tourna.
ment to-day Zeukertort beat Blackburn,
wliiuingtbe first prize, 000.
DAVI IT AND PARNIM..
London, June 11. Michael Davltt hni
arrived. He haJ a consultation with Par
nell, and they hare come to an agreement
In regard to the nmnner in which the airlia-
tion in Ireland shall be conducted hereaf
ter. Davttt will not go to Anierlei but re-
main at home to carry out the Irish pro
trnv tnc iM.vsi r-.-n
1 Harwich. June 11. In the reirutt tn.
I day the new cutter Mai-lore won theOueen'a
unp. .mh'uik me cninpeiuiK yacnis were
Miranda. Samoena, Spendthrift and other
t rack iio:ij.
London. .June 11. -The Times' corres
ponddit at St. Petersburg says there was
no procession yesterday when the Czar and
Czarina entered the citv. Thev were fol
lowed by the grand duke and notables. The
party drove through tbe city very rapidly,
Sr. I'm KitsBi'MU. June 11. Illumina
tions here Saturday evening in honor of tbe
n-luin of the t zar were limited to two
hours by order of the police.
UK UMAX V.
IlKItMN, .Tune. 11. The statement of the
Imperial Bunk of G. rmany shows a de
crease in specie of l.fHHi.isxi murk.
TWO nF.SION'A HONS.
llerrVon Ke.inigser ha resigned his seat
in the- Lainlm wlihout assigning Mnv
resson. Itefore 'eslninif he held a con
ference with nn mbers of hi partv ( National
Liberals) In recant to the dhcr-wicy of
view, among thorn on the gov. r. ment new
church bill. Ilia ni tion ha en. setl i great
Hkiii.in. June 11. -Her von Knunig
sin has also resign, d his seat in the
I lit: I. AND.
lu ni in, Julie II. -The Court of Com
mmi Picas refused to declare any candidate
clecieil us Counselor, for the ws'rd formerly
represented by James Carey, the Informer,
as It has no evidence that tho vacancy
ANOIIIKII INI'KUN.sl. MACHINK.
irm.iN. Jiin- 11. An Infernal machluo
with a fuse attached hits been sent bv post
to the liiiihkcale police barracks, In county
lioMR, June II. The text of (he reprint
of the acts of the present ponllflclal relu
tlmi to Ireland shows that the letter of the
llth of May merely formulated the unchang
ing policy of the Vatican throughout tho
present pnntitlcale, and that the Pope
u'inlii til f fll'tlillfll Mcl'nlin nn liioi .1 I
is.s;i. Info tiling him that he (the Pope) was
coiifl leiil ll at the British statesmen k,hu
s,it isfncl 'nil tilthn Irish ruiint.. u1i,..t i,..m
demanded what was Just.
TlCMK.I AN. June ll.-G. W. lienlmi.ln.
Ihettewi) appointed l ulled States Minister
lo I'eisi; , ha arrived and tiresiininil Ms
cieiientiiils to the Shah. He was received
with a i'i idlal welcome.
Cll KM I m l,. .Inn., II 'I'I.. i.l
,, ii. no unpmu
Ilallan hibnrers no tin. I'MI.i.IaIi.i.Iu
. .. . ., " .'."I, .mi. null
Uiester c. iinlv rallrotd nf Ilaverford have
been r nl lir tne In'n .l.ii.s 'l l. I. .............
-- l.,.. S Ll l-S HII.IIIIIIK
the disturbance became hu formidable
that the sheriff was culled from this place to
fU"ll It. 1
fnU for f alse lnti lsniiinenl.
kV 'lllfl .tun.. II .-I..- s.
: . .iiiiu ji, -V ill inn inn ,u,
lilt I'll ll :i 111 bus lie, .in. I.l ,. ,,o I.... si ....
iV ( 0.. the ilrv i.nn,lM i,t......l,....iu k, .
(MMiuniigeit for false Ininrlsonment on a
spurious charge of simp-lifting.
I'liif. Urny'm ,ew Laboratory. ""
ClIICAi.o. .lime II I r. I'll. I tit ilniff
Invent. ir of the postal teletrraph svstem.ba
bought a site at Highland Park for an elab
nnit'i electi'lcul lulirntnpv. uhl..li
will be built atnn early day.
The Miner' Conference.
I'll iHRIIttil. I 'flllll.. Jll.in It 'I'lin f.. . I
( ineratiirs' nn.l viin.-. ii..i. 'i-.h,,..,,,!
. . i i'.iiivi n . i.iiv iiiniiiisi nl.
In session. The miners exuent to iret a
oH. cent rate,
NEWHUHII. S. V.. Juna 11 d.iiialnli
Bayard will nraMa .1 sJ .
Washlugt'i kaaOtswrtsui kerf ! Oeto
T Mlsrrsai In !.
BpBtNariEi-D, Mo., Juno 11. -The dam.
age done by .Saturday's rain storm exoeeda
W.OOO. 8. A. Brown Co., lose 60,000
feet of lumber that wat stacked on tbe banks
of Jordon Creek. At Benton avenue a
wood bridge was washed away. The dam
to Capt. G. M. Jones large fish pond house
washed away also and liberated a large
number of fish. Several other small bridge
were carried away. The second trial ol
Joseph L. Smith for killing B. F. Eall at
Fair Grove in April, 1801, terminated Sat
urday, the Jury failing to agree.
Dexter, Mo., June 11. Tho track: of
the Iron Mountain railroad between
Poplar Bluff and Cairo was
overflowed and considerably damaged by
the lute storm. It is believed that tbe new
oulvert in East Deiter over Dexter creek Is
SWEPT BY A CYCLONE.
Mexico, Mo., June 11. News from the
district swept by tbe latest cyclono shows
that Its track was from CO to a0
yards wide. It passed through tbe
farms of Messrs. Goodman, Lawrence,
Potts, Brown and Mrs. Threlkeld. Tbe
two-story house on Mrs. Thrclkeld's place
was moved from lu foundation and the out
a Hill barer.
Washington. Juno 11. The committee
to investigate the charges against the ad
ministration of the supervising architect's
office of the Treasury Dcpartmont met to
day. Coleman, tbo counsel for March,
stated that he bad prepared specific,
charges, which he expected to prove tinder
the contracts already In evldoneo before
the committee. He also stated that he had
been retained as counsel for Manly A
Cooper, Justin McCarthy, and several
others who desired to prefer
charts agulnst Hill and that be
would In a few davs formulate the charges
to cover their several grounds of complaint,
Coleman then read the charges and sped
ficatlons, which set forth fraud and oxtrav
aganee In eonneotlon with tho purchase and
dressing of stone tor public buildings In the
Lnlted .States. Slelnmeti, tho expert,
then took the stand and resumed his state
ment relative to the cost of tho granite
used In the construction of public building
of Philadelphia. "
NbeS While Drnnk.
Chicago. June II. jatues O'Meara,
aged twenty-two, went Into a railroad car
here Sunday, with a companion to sleep off
the effects of liquor. Thev were heard by
the railroad watchmen, who fired several
shots Into the car, mortally wounding
O Meara. The watchman wai! arrested.
A IO.WS rallnre.
Philadklphia, June 11. -Barrett &
Catell, stock brokers, have suspended.
The firm wss short of Pennsylvania, Read
ing and Northern Paciflo oommon stock
about 2,000 shores. The stocks were bought
under the rule. Llahlllrtef, $10,000.
Tbe Irish and the Pop..
Chicaqo, June 11. At a meeting of a
number of prominent Irish-Americans In
this city. Sunday night, It was decided to
inn a mass meeting-, 10 no neid next Satur
day, to protest against papal interference
iviia me auafs 01 iretan
Mvitoon, III., June 11. A :ompromlse
on tho basis of Jl a ton until September
and W cents a ton for the following year,
ends iho strike hore, the miners going to
weak this morning.
Ir. Harbanao ArresttHl Again.
Philadelphia, Juno 11. Dr. Buch
anan, of bogus medical diploma feme, was
arrested at the Instance of his daughter,
charged with transferring property belong
ing to her.
Ki.nhas City, Juno 11. -Rhodes, Hubhs
('o., wholesale notions, have suspended.
Liabilities, $32,000; assets, jsn.OOQ.
JUNE 11, 1U8J.
C A T I I.E Active: si rnnirAi iivmn.!.! a OA
'rri o; irood to Hinin xhlpplnff W fWdft 73;
i Miniii in mil M(f7,i 'jii,
lit iCa If).1 lnlYHlV niki'karti i.n ...... a.(nm
, , , . , I -.s" s 0 m. s, 1 nil II K
sparingly; light i siKa'ihtl; heavy packing
and shipping y WW 10.
CATTLE -Si'iiUtviiirs Misn -. ..
and bulls t.'l.-sioti .',. light shipping steers
.. .r..,,,. .,, csiHiriers 9 iijornzn; Heavy
lllliplll'' steers V) tAfaM. cum mm, ,.,.,.
heifers $'l OOCtfl '.: common ews nn.l ...if...
tl.V( -'; Htoeker $4l'i4 oO.
IHHiS-sieaily; fair shipping and
buichcr in very good demand.
Light 10 good inkers, ill MV;.ul ,.,.).
to really good packing. Si 4)Wrt To: botch.
rrs to extra. i4 uorrfil HO; skins sn.i m.ii.
(SI. ' ' '
M I EEP Steady. With a irnml ilomniil .1
tii'in prices. Common, medium and light.
Yi 'i.(tH (X); fair to good. H M(di 00;
I'l'llie $1 7.VrtVi i'i; fair to irood 'IVns. t.Vrf
4 2n. '
WIIKAT $K)V June:
-I 111 v I t .1. Aniriisl' it til.
leinbce: October: Jl l)lV vh,.p.
( ( lit I.IIIVHI'. lit KM, I,,....
, . -" ' - i.iuir.,
July; .Vi August; 6HV September:
IIA'Ts Inner nl .tut. inn..
- . ..'- .ri.iii-.
in.v , M August; nut year.
8T. I.OI IH.
VV 1 1 E AT l.nvviie. elnslni ml il lu l...
HI , !yi ,"f""'!1 " Scptembor;$l
. ... nn, I-, , rl tu , jerir.
( '( UX l.nwnt'.' Ml .limn. Ml.'
... . " " ' " 1 " . s if .1 1 ,
ilj'l A Illlist: Tl.tV Selltl.llll.nr. Si ii...:.'
bcr; 4.i ' vear.
OAT'S f.nwei! .Insi I.n,... 'I'll.' I,. i...
, u iniv , If.' U III T ,
10 s year.
WIIKAT lulv tl '11'.. i. ,,,.i ct no,.'.
.... - I il' fi ms,
September $1 25V.
cons-July ttoV; August Oil i Septem
OATN -.lulv Art! Amriwl I'l. K.,iii,K.
' ' - '"i vr.v.M.t,
4 onnlry ProUiice,
HUTTER-.Market ipdn and esy( de
tn and light and only for the choice grades,
Medium and low mutinies dull as evor.
We iiuoie: C hoice to fancy creamery at
INfalf) lo W for selections; seconds at host
dairy rales; dairy at I4rf 16 for choice to
fancy, and HI for selections In a small way;
fair to good I0ra12; common Moiio. Coun
try packed dead dull and almost unsalable,
and market overstocked with common; we
fUotn selected ut Vit, fair fifisH and low
grade nl 4iVM.
E(HH- urreiit receipts were firm at
lie: supply light and demand good.
1.1 VB I'dl l.TUY-Oldchlckensh light
supply, fair demand and steady at (j) 75(84
for old heiiNj W iVaJU 60, for mixed; and
M7.yrf.1on for cocks. Kprlngs-sniall and
jcrtibby $lfr2, fair sliud ttJOfiWW, and
large $1 ".Visit.
LKAD-rirm. l.asl sales of refined $4 19
del; hard worth M 12 H, Sale, 1 carhard
Into Saturday f,i 12 .
Mark LineWheat rather worse feeling.
I on nl ry markets rather dull. Weather l
England unsettled. Spot bet qulst, but
sieitdy :Nt I spring Ps fd.No.1 spring As 8d:
Wesleru winter Vs Id: Wesierti twru dwl
ft, s M. Denlnd from Unit
Klugdom ud CwtuMal stail Mr wbeil Mid
That is what a great
many people arc 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 Iron
Hitters, 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.
so) S. Paca St., Baltimore.
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
Bitters, 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 tlie
only preparation of Iron
that causes no injurious ef
fects. Get the genuine.
Don't be imposed on with
rUK CITV NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, lllinoia.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A Oeiioial Banking Husiuess
JJNTERPIUSK SAVING BANK,
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVISUS RANK.
FLOUR, 0KAIN AND HAY
Hiarheat Cash Prlre Paid fur Whtt.
PROPRIETOR OF BPKOAT'B PATJINT
VVholemilo Dealer in Ice.
l( F BV THK CAR LOAD OR TON,WKUL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING
Our Loads iv Special t v.
is . ivr M s-5
& Z JIj s
o if r i o n t
Cor. Twl tlli Street and Lores.