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Impurity of the
IJImiil, i'vvut and
A gup, MHlnriii,
ttiiil all I)lsi:a-i
ritUHtiil liy De
rangement of Liver, UuwtU and Kidney.
SYMPTOMS OF A IIISEASKI) I.IVKR.
Had llreath; I'aln in I tie Si'lc, njini-tnnet (Its
pain il felt under the Slinuldcr-tbde, mistaken for
Rheumatism ; general lost u( apptlitc ; itowelt
generally cotuve, vnnetiinet alt'triialinu with lax;
the head il troubled with pain, i dull and heavy,
with considerable lot, uf inrmnry, a.onipaniei
with a painful sensation of leaving undum: something
which ought to have b:cn lme; a slight, ilry cmikK
and flushed face it onietiinet an attendant, often
mistaken for consumption; the patient complaim
of weariness and debility ; nervous, easily startled;
lift cold or lriiinni, sniiietinics a ptiikly sensation
cf the akin exists: spirits ate low an l ilif K;nlen,
ami, althoUKh salisl'ied that exercise would be uene
filial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try It In fait, di'-tiiuu every remt'ly. Several
of the above symptoms attend l'ie ilir--, hut caci
have occurffcu when btit few of them existed, yet
eaamination after death has showu the Liver la
have been extemively dcrangul.
It nIiouIiI be uitnd y all prrnnns, old ami
young, whenevi T liny of luu ubuvo
Feraons Traveling or Using In t'u
houlthy Loualltltm, ly taking a do, occasion,
ally to keep the Liver in bil.iiy jcii..ii, twll avoid
all Malaria, Itllloua atlat ka, I i7iincs&, Nau
sea, UrowiineM. Depress! n of Spirits, etc. It
will invigorate like a glass of wine, but in uu In
If You have eaten anything; hard of
dlgratlon, or feci heavy after meais, or !" p
lea at night, take a doac and you will be relicvid
Time and Doctora' IIIIU will be saved
by always keeping the Rrgultttor
In the) Ilonael
For, whatever the ailment may be. a thoroughly
safe purgistlvp, alterative and Uinio can
never be out of place. The remedy la hartnlrM
and dors not Interfere with bualueaa or
IT IS I'CRKLY VKOFTABI.K,
And hat all the power and efficacy of Calomel or
(Quinine, without any of the injurious after effect.
A fiovernnr'a Trutlmony.
Simmons I iver k'guhtor has ben in ue In my
family for some tune, and I am satisfied it is a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J. (iiLL Shoktm, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alejmiilir If. Mlirii, of (;.,
tajt: Have derived v. me b n. M ir. m the use of
himinor.s I .iver K'gjUtor, aud wish to give it a
"The only Thing that nrver full to
Itelleve." I have used nuny remedies f.r ly
peptia, I.iver AfIe:tion and liebility, but never
have found anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmons l-iver Regulator has, I sent ft.im Min
nesota to Oorgia An it, and w.mld serul further lor
tuch a medicine, and would advise all ho are sim
ilarly affected to give it a trial as it seeint the only
thing that never Unit to rclute
I'. M. Jaknit. M;nne.ijx)lis, Minn.
Ir. T. XV. Maaon nayai From actual ex
perience in the use of Sinim .ns I.iver Regulator in
my practice I have Urn an I am satisfied to use
and prescribe it aj a purgative medicine.
trjjTaLe only the Genuln.', which alwayt
hat on the Wrapper the ml Z Trurtr-Mark
and Signature of J. II. ZEILl.N 4 (,
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: : ! 1 .... : trrssa
Full Particulars of His Battle
With the Apaches.
The Coi'ntry He Traversed -Thret
Hundred and Eighty-Three
Warriors and Six Chiefs
TcroN. A. T., Ju.ir 12. A
.ilium r nr-
I'lVllli.l 'i lnli-.il, t; .MullllnV
1'Miuk'n lii'ti'l':ii.ini-f., ul iImt 'ii'ck, A.
T., I'l inirlii llio Hft nffiid.tl ttilonti itton of
(roiik'n r I'dltlull. It If ft Alll'Tirall sull
nit (lie u( M iy, m.-tivlihiL' "Jiki mil,'-. ..ntli
mi from S.iti llnmrrtlno on tlio lniiiinUry
Hub of ( lilliu lima mid Sinont, ruHosvin
the trail ul the hoxtilin. Crook w;i 'ui IciJ
tjy the A iiai-liL- Natlihkl wlio w:i cip'iucil
nrar St. C.irld, Ju-t prrvlout to thn i . ir -diti'in.
Leaving at a point alimit :M ini!t
xoiitli of thn line the coininuud crowd t lie
Mi.MT.i Mitdre miibp, advancing ti.'tv mi
tuck on an liidncitj-tably roti'li mil. ji'ht
imilc Ik-Iiik killed by falling ovrr irci
iiii', hkI prt-mod on without
delay, ;md n iidcmd nearly barrfuot by
Hie sbii! i"" k. After femri'en d iv. b nd
liinrehlnir tiivbt find dv the Indi'iiis lumpc
oft h-'t i-ivl Itonile with tliMioveiud in thn
hnarl nf I he sierra M:i'lre In m nliint im
pn (f natilc ioitini . The Ap-iehi- (lid not
urcain of uu attack, for
LN I llN(. K Id I HK I l!Kf 111
wi next to iitipoi-slble. The w;iniw-s w,.ie
prlnr'pally nut on :t r.tin unilei .l i1). onlv
Ihiriy-M'Vcii bin k boii(f in caiiii wim he
vsuincii und cblldrcn. The San iuln
i-out . tmder apt. Crawford and I.boiu.
Alwno l ami Mackov, with Al Sela.'l. M-In.
tosh Mickey, free chiefs of tl;e n-i i;ts,
kin rotinilcil i ho' camp before the h"tiiet
were Hvare of their proximity and advanced
from d iff en lit poiulH and were in m bcf0H
llicv were d;eoercd. The xcotits. eci i'ted
thcinplvcn behind the rockn and com
nieuced fir'n,' upon the ramii, cri alini; a
perfect panic. A number uncceed.
ed In cm apln', thonirh nearly all U''en
(len d, -i sen were found lnl in ramp.
Klve .Mexican women and a little piil wi re
capttirerl. They were taken from armen
anil ( hihnahiiH.' and nr now with ( rook in
irood heulih. Kvcrvthiiit? in the camp was
burned or carrld off bv the m-oiiIm. AiiiOuk
the proper-)- capttin-d were one hundred
ponies and mules,, forty beine loaded with
plunder, .addle. RirdlV", clothes, (oltI a id
liver witches, ana evcral thou-.au il doilari
in gold and nilver and preetsbaeks. showing
they had been very su-ceful in their rabU.
After the fitht, most of those who ewa e I
came In. Altogether IIK1 prUoner were
The ('hlcfn captured were. C'hato, Ilanito,
Oeramimo. Nuchet, Iico and Nana. The
two latter were lone reported dead. The
chief aayx an American boy. six vcar old,
cap! ii ied a month aco in' New Mexico, is
with the sqiiuwa In the mountain. He In,
no doubt, '
Runners were sent out. and he U expected
n hourlv. After the fiyht. the comiuand,
w.th the prisoner, marched leisurely
back to American soil. The entile com
mand, with the prisoners, are now en
camped e-n silver Creek, about sixty miles
soutti of lo nbsfone. Not one ofCrook'd
eonimand wa ot f'tirin? the eninpaicn.
The courier "tates that the rcion whv
Crook remains at Silver Creek bi; await"
Inir news from the Secretary of M ar, as to
thn disposition to iiiHke of 'the Indian, aa
Wlleox, the auent at San Carlos, refused to
receive them, and that he will go back to
the Sierra Madrea after the rest of the hos
tih If they do not come in. In conversation
with the courier h Mated that the Indiana
had plenty of money. One old squaw,
who was the possessor of
throe V"-bills, made inquiry of some one
at Col. Hiddle's. a to the value of her pos
sessions, upon helm' Informed that the,
notes were for i" each, she crtinted and
declined to neeoti.ite, and pointed with her
skinny finder to the natizh! after th five on
each note, (ulte a ntimlicr of bucks with
ailver stars and other ornament beaten out
of Mexican dollar on their bead-gear, and
and cveral of tbem, American double
eagle, made Into necklaces. A rouuh esti
mate of tho amountof wealth amontf theni
U fully $s.(mi. and probably more. The
troops and packer of the command state
that the place where the capture occurred
I'ltKT I IF.ST SPOT OV EAH l 11.
and the road I rougher than mortal man
ever road. I. aree numbers of the ho;iles
aeeni pleased with the situation, evidently
xpecting an Immediate return to the
"tleshpots" of San Carlo. Tho onlv
complaint comes from mime of the.tiaws",
whose buck are monc hnse who escaped.
The ofllcers who were with the expedition
Mate that Crook had surrounded the In
dian before they knew of hi presence;
that if he bad not done o it would have
taken six month and all the men that were
in Arizona to have gotten them.
A an Illustration of Crook' modc.ty
and the total absence of fuss and feathers
in hi make-up It may be stated that, al
tbotisrh tho flight and rapture occurred on
the 17th of last month, he leisurely re
traced bis step to Camp Supply at Silver
Cre?k. not sending a courier' ahead to
signal his movements. Tho first intlmai
tlon had nf Crook' return was the rrl
al of a lleuteii'int at Colonel Hiddle'a
beidnuarters, at 8 a. m. Sunday, with
dispatches for Camp Howie, tho nearest
army telegraph station. Upon nuking In.
qulry concerning the Ooneral, w'.io was
supposed to be 100 miles distant in the Sier
ra Madre. Imagine, the surprise that Hwait
cd the camp w hen Informed that Gen.
Crook was onlv two hour behind w ith the
captured Apaches. About 10 o'clock tho
general rode Into eitinp with an CHcnrt and
greeted Col. Kiddle with, "Nice morning.
Colonel!" and straightway Mruek
out for a wash basin winch ' he had
spied, and was sunn engaged in pei form
ing his ablutions, after which ho threw him
self Into a camp-stool and engaged In con
versation about thn campaign In nn off-hand
way, as If hunting the crudest and fiercest
foe nnjbc continent hi the wildest ami most
Inaccessible country to be found, w:is u
mutter of everyday 'occurrence, A lieute
nant (name unknown) was the, only man
wounded In Crook i command, and 'he luu
Richmond, X. M., Juno r.. A party
of twenty-live hostile tired upon a pros
ticctor seven inllea from here, lie Hrcd
hack and sought safely in a theket and in
the succeeding darkness managed to es
cape. The trull of the Indians was taken
by Col. Fnraythn Sunday. It I bcllcvod
that I hey arc hostile w ho havo been (II I van
out of of Mexico bv Oen. Crook, and are
nuking their way bark to Arizona and New
Mexico. They are ald to be In a desper
ate mood and full of flu lit; and as they be
lieve no iiuarter will bo given, they wll'.
murder all white whom tney como aorosa.
Major Kiddle hss'iOO men within Milking
distance, and these, with tho force at Fori
lliuohaca, and Camps Howie and Thomas,
and Col. Foray the 'a command are
relied upon to prevent out
rases, From Tucson, Arlxoua,
nifties new showing that the Indians are
returning, and that they art biat ou de
A1KP, 1U1N01H, WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE 13,
stroying Ufa and properly, and making
prairie lire as they go northward. The
important information of Crook' successc
ha given deep satisfaction here, It is not,
however, believed that Chief Loco 1 among
his captives, aa that warrior would un
doubtedly have remained with the fife-htlng
body which escaped. Reports have been
received from Sal Hardlnl rancho and vicin
ity Gut trails of small bands of Indians
were discovered last Thursday and Friday
Queen Victoria) Abonl to Abdicate. 1
Washington, June 12. A reprosout
tlve of one of the European powers fcays
that a very serious event is impendtn;: In
England, which li the abdication of the
Queen. The reasons given are her Majes
ty's falling health and Increasing unwil
lingness, and sometimes Inability to per
form duties Incident to government. For
soino years the Queen has been a mild
believer In spiritualism. She thought the
spirit of her dead husband used to rsslit
ber in working out question which per
plexed and sometimes annoyed ber.
Since the death of her favorite servant,
John lirown, she has been very much de
pressed, and finally it was necessary to re
move her to Italmoral, where some of her
happiest days were spent with the lover
and husband of her youth. She seemed to
fell nn this visit tho actual presence of ber
dead prince, and talked a thouKb she
thought him by bur side. This and other
occurrences very much alarmed her daugh
ter, lieatrlce, and she insisted that soma of
the other members of the family should
come down at once. The llfo of the Prin
ces lieatrlce must be something dreary be
yond words. It was telegraphed from
London by the embassador of a great power
to his sovereign, on Wednesday last, that
tho abdication of the Quoen was pending,
and would probably occur very soon. The
Queen has clung to the visinle endowments
of the throne with such tenacity that she
must havo greatly changed before the
thought was bearable. Hut the break
down of her health has been followed by
deep melancholy. It seeems not to be
generally known that the trouble with the
Queen comes from a largo ulcer, of a
siiroffuloiis and cancerous nature, that has
formed undir the knee-joint, which, In
spite of all that can be done, is eating Its
way, through the muscle and nerve, to the
hone, and ber condition is very serious in
deed. The abdication of the' Queen and
uccesinn of the Prince of Wales as Prince
Regent would change tho whole condition
of English politics.
THE STAR ROUTE TRIAL.
Important Points in Judee Wjlie's Charge
to the Jury,
Washi.votox, Juno 12. Judge Wylle
began bis charge to the star route Jury thi
afternoon. After thanking the Jurymen
for their patient attention during the weary
months of the trial and reminding them
that they bad uothlng to do with the publio
demand, newspaper articles or sympathy,
but must decide the case upon the evidence,
he at once commenced to state the legal
points Involved, and said that In part the
poll y of tho law must bo fo und in Itself
No public officer had any right to set up his
own policy against the policy of the law.
He hold a great trust; It was bis duty to
obey the law. To allow him to set up his
policy against tho law would lead to great
and Innumerable abuses, but a mere vio
lation of the law by a public officer was
not necessar.lv a crime. He might mis
understand hU duty; he might be
guided by an intention to do the public
good. These remarks were intended to an
ply to tienoral Hradv; v here the law said
in making increase in the service be must
pay due regard to the productivhness and
other circumstances. It hardly seemed
reas .nable or fair for Brady to sav he disre
garded productiveness. That was the poli
cy of the present cabluet olliccr, a witness
in this case, but the court could not sanc
tion that policy.
I II K I AW I'HOHIIIITKh
atiypuiilic olliccr from extending public
money or making contract for expendi
tures beyond appropriations. In this case
there wa evidence all the tnoiiev appro
priated by congress for the fiscal vear end
ing June ;w, lssii, bail been expended by
December, lsT!, and an appeal had been
made to Congress to supply the detliciencv.
A" trmt might have been
done from a mistaken sense
of duty or an exaggerated Idea
of public good. Men in such position oc
casionally become enthusiastic on that suo
Jcct. and if there was no corrupt motive,
it was not a criminal act. The Judge next
took up the questions of conspiracy. The
conspiracy he said was charged to be a
combination of Intelligent beings to defraud
the 1 nitcd States by fraudulent atlidavlt,
petition and orders. The statute of limi
tation covered with its protection all crime
committed more than three rears prior to
thetlnding of tho indictment, which was
delivered In court May gD, lkSg. The Jury
cnuld not find a vcidiet of guilty against de
fcnilent for everything none prior to May
-'il. ss-.'. if convicted, it must be for what
they had done since that date,
cou-piiacv, all thn facts in the ease tendlni;
to a different conclusion from the majority
of the evidence inut be considered, but -due
regard must be given to the weight of evl
deuce. The Jury must Infer from nil the
facts whether or not there was a conspira
cy. Judge Wylle then commented upon
the attacks upon the suiliciency of the in
dictment. He reviewed the evidence
touching the beginning of the com
bination. "Senator liorsev," said hn
'seemed In exert a controlling Influence
over everybody in that business. He cor
rected their estimates mid changul their
Human Skin Fonttd.
Hiwn.N, June 12. When the Uev,
Gigault, of Lowell, testified before
Tewksbury Investigation Committee
ho had performed the list religious
over llui bottle nf all the inmates who have
died in the C'Hthollc faith forth,, past six
yenrs, Gov. l.utler produced a piece of
tanned human skin, On it wis laimicd the
crucifix and the name C. T. V.. Kltind.
with tlic inscription. "I'odl den. Tib
March, nn isjo." Father Gig mil said he
did not recognize It. The Governor said he
would stop the doubt of those who still be
lieve that the skin of the Slate's dead pau
pers had been tanned. "I will show that
they allowed this man to tnako the mum
mery of funeral service oil Hint man's bndv
vvbeii thai body was sent to
the Harvard M'edloul school." he
coiitlni.ed, mid that the piece
of skin was taken out with ht
nsine upon It corresponding with the regis
ter, so that there can bo no doubt of It.
I he priest of their church savs 'ashes to
ashes, dust to dust. ' That form should ho
changed to 'ashes to nshc, and the dust to
Harvard College, '
Allowed I IIcMrii.
Mii.WAt.KKK, Jiinu 12. -Tho Board of
Supervisor to-day elected Dr, M. K.
Council to succeed Dr. Marden a
superintendent of tho county
hospital. (iravo charges of drunken
pes and Immorality bad been pre
ferred Hgalnt Marden bv tho hospllal em
ployes, but he I sllowed to resign and no
Investigation will bo held.
Boston, June 12. Goorge F. Pearson
and bis wife, Nellie, of Bangor, were ar
rested tbli forenoon charged with blackmail.
TRANSPORTING DRY GOODS.
New York Railroad Commisiion Discuss
ing i Sub:tct of Great Imnortance.
Nkw Yoiik, June 12. The State Rail
road Commission continued their session
to-day. Chas. S. Kmlth presented on bo
half the dry goods trade, their views In re
gar.l to the proper classification of the do
mestic and cotton and other low grades of
fabrics on Western tariff. They showed
that several changes In the clarification
of these goods were recommended, princi
pally in the eae of domestics, piece goods
of cotton. Schedule1 were annexed to the
report. shovMiig that the consumption of
cotlon In the I'nited Stale Increased from
T.'ll.T.'l bale In INC, to I.!MV,;io bales in the
lat ll-cal year, while tho export of manu
factured gooes had Increased from
7i yard to H-I.W.1,075
dining the same time,
present classification of
good has bc in existence sine IW.. and
It is claimed nit the lowering of the elasi
ficallon wit ili iii.tnibid by t lit; Increaso of
business. The onlv railroad represented
was the .New York Central and Hudson
l!ier. Mr. Depew and vice-president
llavden being present. They opposed the
reduction demanded on the ground that
cotton good were not competitive, and are
simply used for the puvpese of attracting
trade to the warehouses of western middle
men. There is no profit outhein now. and
any reduction would simply allow western
dealers to sell at lower prices. No one
but wes'ern consumer would lie
benefited by the reduction, nor
enuhl they be to any appreciable extent.
Mr. Woodhoiise, of the dry goods com
mittee, argeed that cheap "cotton fabrics
should bo placed on the same basis ms erain.
Mr. (irccn. of Coliinilnis. Ohio, said the
shipment to hi firm rf cheaper fabrics
showed proportion to whole shipment- a
percentage of ii7.-.'ti ill tonnage ami 47. 17 in
value. The next high glade of dry good,
Including woolens, in inufaetured goods,
etc. gave in tonnage a percentage of pi.tH,
and in value of 27. "I .
Third cla-s, such a notions, small ware-,
etc.. gave a percentage of tonnage nf 17,
and of value of 2.1.77; and lloor
and table oilcloths a percentage of tonnage
of f.10. and of value 1.05. He called atten
tion to the fact that nearly all the articles
on the proposed schedule submitted by the
committee bad been reduced from fliM
clas to fourth, or lowe-t. This would in
volve a reduction from T") cents to !Ji cent
per hundred pounds on through freight
rates n Chicago. No reduction was re
commended in the higher priced good, it
being Usual to sliip those in ca-es. Otber
low-prieed good packed in case and ship
ped in bulk. were lowered in
classification. He thought the growth
of the Eastern dry goods trade
in the West showed that freight rate had
not been unfavorable, though be thought a
further reduction possible without injury
to the railroad. Il was decided that rail
road men should submit to (decommission.
A new schedule of rates I hi 'accordance
with their idea. Thi i should be submit
ted to Commissioner Fink to be laid before
the Joint executive committee of the trunk
Km.tiir, Wis., Jiitm 12. A Hp, in. last
evening this city was struck by a tornado
from the Southwest. Its first accomplish
ment wa throwing the Chicago and North
western railroad bridge Into Uock River.
The roof of Brawn's block was then burled
across the block, its fragments striking Car
penters', Rich's and liardcner's block,
and Kmersnn's drug store, breaking win
dows and woodwork, o. u penman's
carriage factory wan then destroyed,
after which the Rock River
Paper Mill wa partially de
molished, one of it. operatives killed and
others more or les seriously Injured. All
the streets are covered with debris, and
Broad street, the finest in the city, is Im
passable. The telegraph and telephone
lilies are all down. Altogether the damage
amounts to about .tPXi.CHH).
AT KI.MO, W IS.
Gai.k.na, III., June 12. Elmo, Win., was
surprised by a whirlwind yesterday after
noon which did avast amount of damage.
A freight train on the Galena division of the
Chicago and Northwestern railroad, bound
to this city, was lifted by the wind and
hurled iiilt a distance from the track, tho
conductor, William Gleasou, being severely
Harvard, III., Juno 12 Two cyclone
met southeast of bcie lat night, and,
Jumping over this town, fell upon the earth
about a mile south of here, crushing
dwellings, barns and fences to the ground.
Several persons were wounded, but none
Nr.w York, June 12. Mr. Vanderbllt,
in a talk with a reporter, who saw him Just
after his return from Europe, Bald that he
felt quite well after his Journey, but did not
know whether he would make another trip
in July or not. If be did not, he would
have Maud S. brought up, and
would drive . her on the road
instead of going to Saratoga. Cor
nelius, be said, would sail on Wednesday,
with bis wife and boy, and would be gone
six weeks, He took no interest in tho
meeting of the Trunk Line presidents, be
cause, be was not a president any longer.
If the cutting of rates by the Grand Trunk
was the only reason for tho presidents'
meeting, that wa not much
of a cause. Mr. Vanderbllt said he
did not care how the stock market ran, as
he bad nothing to buy nor sell, no matter
what people thought. What be bad he In
tended to hold. He did not Intend to buy
the West Shore Road because hu had no
use for an elephant.
An iDlereatlnff '.
Ja-Frr-RSON City, Mo., Juno 12. Zaoh
Mitchell, attorney for John Beauclelgh, had
an Interview with the Governor to-day on
tho subject of Governor Hamilton's roipilsl.
linn for hi client, Mib hell said he would
bring damage suits against Furlong and the
other detectives, iiihI against the Missouri
Pacific railroad, for conspiracy against
Beauclelgh and hi wife. He charges that
llio reuulHlllon war being used as a cala
boose hold-over, as there seemed to be no
disposition to take Beaucbdgh to Illinois for
dial. Governor Crittenden said that the
warrant was issued during hi absence, but
that ho would hardly havo issued u upon
tho papei presented. The Governor then
telegraphed to tho officers In St. Louis to
suspend the operations of the writ for
the present, and also for tho Prosecuting
Attorney of St. Louis county to be here to
day, Wlaronkln Maeotia.
Milwaukkk, Wis.. June 12. The Ma
sonic Grand Lodge of Wisconsin convened
to-day in annual session, with
about 400 delegates. A stormy con
vention Is expected. After effect
ing a preliminary organization. May
or Harrison delivered a wel
coming address and adjournment wa had
till 2 p. m.
t'ftistl HallrtMsd Accident.
Dayton, O., June 12. -The locomotivo
of a freight train of the Toledo, Cincinnati
and St. Louis Railroad left the track bore
Monday and rolled down a forty
foot embaukmeut. fatally Injuring
brakemao Vernor. The engineer
mi . oreiuau were ais severely
Losdom, June 12. The trial of the
men concerned in the dynamite conspiracy
was resumed this morning. The steward
of the steamship Part hla, on which Dr.
(allagher, Hetrand Gallagher, and Ans
baugh sailed from New York In March last
was crois-examincd by f Ansb.mgh, who
elicited tho fact that no nioro connection ap
parently existed between him (Aiuhaiigh)
and cither of the Gallaghers than between
him and the other passengers. Precau
tionary measures on an elaborate scale are
being taken to prevent a rescue of the
prisoners. While being conveyed to And
from court twelve mounted ' policemen,
with diawn swords, surround the van con
talng the prisoners, and policemen with
revolvers rblu inside tho wagon. The
streets arc also cleared to allow a rapid pass
age of the vehicle.
London, June 12. In tho House of
Commons, Mr. Travellvan, Chief Sec
retary for Ireland, staled that the body
of the Juror, tho Dublin hotel keep
er, whose death waa reported aa eaiisid
by, poison tiitrnttrrt by the - In
vincible, has been exhumed, and no trace
of poison discovered.
IlKliUV, June 12. The Government
church bill has been referred to the Lower
House of the Landtag to a committee of
twenty-one and the hoii-e adjourned.
1 II K ( HISKSK ItlON-CT.AD.
Kkim.in. June 12. After witnessing the
;rial trip Monday of ( hen Yuen, the new
Chinese iron-clad Just built at Stettin, tho
Mariiii Tseng, on the part of China, had
an audience with Count von llatsfeldt,
Minister of Foreign Affair. The latter had
jiut previously removed Baron von Crandt.
the icrinan Minister to China, on hi return
from Pckin. It is stated Hrandl proceeded
to Paris. The wind" Hffair is ihe
subject of much comment here. 1'ilnce
Von lloheulolio, the (eriirni ambassador
at Pari, , evpected here tjinrtly. 'I he
Pari Temps maintains that if a contest be
tween France and China come before the
( Iisii Yuen is ready for the sea, the esel
must be detained by her Merman builders
until lio-lilitics ceae. It I the intention
to take the Chen Y uen to China under the
(icrniaii llag and manned bv a (ieiman
i l ku:y.
London, June 12. Famine In the Kur-di-'i
district of Ala Minor I reported.
Many have died, (iraln is selling at six
times Its usual prices.
On a w a . Juno 12. The order in council
ped placing silver and German silver In
beets on the free list.
Titov, HI., June 12. In a row between
non-union and union molders, yesterday
afternoon, a man named Wm. Hutchinson
was shot dead, Joseph Winston was shot,
probably fatally, and Arthur Imerson wa
dangerously wounded, Sanford c. White
and Thorns t anerield, non-union molders,
and Thorns and John Jone are arrested,
charged with tho shooting. An attempt
wa made to take White from tho ofllcers
and lynch him, during which Superintend
ent Qulglv was attacked and crtouslv In
jured. Tho scene of the killing ha' been
placed under the protection of the po
lice. A Mall Robber.
DoNtritAN, Mo., June 12. -A masked
man stopped the mail-carrier ou the Doni
phan and llarville route at eleven o'clock
Monday morning and robbed him at the
point of a revolver, securing live registered
Hil.l.siioito, O., June 12. Branson
Gipson was put in Jail hern Monday for
killing Sandy Nichols at Carmel, this coun
ty, Sunday afternoon, (iiuson went to
Nichols ' cabin and deliberattly shot him.
Jl'NK 12, 1883.
CATTLE Dull, weak and unsettled; ex
portsfiw0 00; good to choice shipping
fa 4ur5 ("; common to fair KsVaolu,
HOGS .Vo10o lower; packers purchasing
sparingly ; light .fd .Wart ,5; heavy packing
and shipping ijO (iVa !K5 ;
CATTLE Scalawag 3 00fa3W); stags
and bull t3.VWi 25; light shipping steers
W I.Va'.'i 40; exporters ijvi S.Voio UO; heavy
shipping steers ') &0(7fl, common cows anil
heifer J;lU.V(t4 W; common cows and calves
$l.Vrf2n; Blockers f ir34 60.
HOGS Weak mid unchanged; good
demand and small supple. Light
to good Yorkers, $tl o0r0 tV; rough
to really good packing, JO rfttttt 05; butch
er to extra, $ii tWdH tfO: skips and culls,
VW) 00; pigs $iito0 2.'i.
SHEEP Common, medium and light,
$2 4ii(a:i 60; fair to good, fll 60f44 U0;
prime $4 2.Vf450; fair to good Texans, U
WHEAT Higher, closing at $1 12K
Julvj tl 14 H August; $1 16 i Sep
tcmber; jl UK October; l 11 vear.
CORN Higher, at 66. June; 67V
July; r7' August; 67X September; 61
HATS Higher at nii.S June 40
July; :to" August; H0V year.
Wll EAT Higher; closing at ltd 111 June;
Jl IDS July; Augut;fl 20 September;
22S October; $1 17 X year.
COKN-lllghor; BOH June; 62 July;
63V August; 64 H September; 54 Octo
ber; 40 vear.
OATS-Flrnicr; IWV June; 30V Mulv;
30 S year.
WHEAT July J.I 2I.'; Augurt II 23;
September M 2ft.
COK.V July tttS'i Auijust titfv ; Septem
ber 07 V .
OATS-July 4fl; August 42; September
Co sin try I'rodaee.
BUTTER-Market iilst and easy; de
mand light snd only for the choice grades,
Medium and low iiualltlci dull as ever,
Wn (itioUi: Choice to fancy creamery at
lH(Vtll) to 20 for selections; aotvflndi at best
dairy rates; dairy at 14015 for choice to
fancy, and III for selections In a small way;
fair to good 10r12; common 8rv)l0, Coun
try packed dead dull and dragging at iCdb
common. Wttl fair Mfll for selected. Sales:
76 tubs low medium at 10; 30 choice cream
err at 20.
fcGGN Current rooelpie were firm at
16c; supplv light and dnmand good.
LlViiJ I'OCLTKY-Old chickens In light
supply, fair demand and steady at $4rA4 26
for old hens; W60f3 76, for mixed; and
$3 00(83 SW for cocks, fiprlngs-small and
scrubhy Jiro'j, fair Ue.j S2 26(1)2 60, and
large i'l 75(rf.'l,
, LEAD Finn. Last salts of refined $4 19
dsl; hard worth U 12.
Couulry markets ruber dull. Weather In
England unsettled. Spot wbest quiet, but
steady ;No I spring 0s ld.No.S" spring 8t Id:
Wostern winter 9s ld Western corn dull
at 6s Ad. Demand from United
Kingdom and Continent dull for wheat aad
That is what a great
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They don't know just what
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aches, and each month they
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Nov. .8, i88i.
I was a great sufferer from
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