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THE CAIRO - DAILY RTTTjt JETIN
1R0, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MORNINH JUNE li. 11183.
C out Ivan est,
Impurity of the
l.Iooil, Fever aiul
uuil all Dianaae
canned by De
rangement of Liver, IiuwbU aud Kidney,
SYMPTOMS OP A DISEASED LITER.
Had llreath; Pain In the Si'le, aomelimes (he
pain la Celt under I lie ShouMer-bla'le, mistaken for
Kheumalitm ; general low uf p lite ; liowclt
generally coitive, anmctimci altrrnatiiig with U;
the head it troubled with pain, it dull and heavy,
with cotuiderable Ima of memory, accompanied
with a painful wnsali n of leaving undue: f jnicit'ini
which ought tu havt been done; a slight, dry c'iukK
and flushed face it tome timet an attendant, often
mitUkcn for coniiinitition; the patient complaint
of wearinesi and debility ; nervuut, eatily ttartlcd;
feet cold or utiruinK, tumi-lime a p r ic 1: 1 y tentation
of the ikin exittt; s ir.n arc low ami dtaiiondent,
and, although MIMiCied t int exc.ri'it would lie bene
ficial, yet one can hardly tuiniiim tp fortitude to
try It in fact., dittruttt ever)' rnne !y. Several
of the above tyniptomt attend lite di but catet
have occurred when but few of them enMed, yet
exarainatioa after death hat thowu the Liver to
have been extent! vcly deranged.
It ahoold be hmi1 by nil pcraona, old und
young, whenever auy of tUo ubove
Persona Traveling or Living In Un
healthy Localillea, liy tilling a do.e ocuion
ally to keep the Liver in ht.lliiy aciivii, will avoid
all Malaria, Itlllotia attack o, Ijiumeu, Nau
lea. Drowtinest, De;ireion of Spinit, etc. It
will invigorate like a glatt of wine, but it no 111
If Tou have eaten anything hard ol
dlgeatlon, or feel heavy after rneaJt, or aleep
lM al night, take a dote and you will be relieved
Time and Doctors 1!I1U win be aaved
by alwuya keeping thn Itcgulutor
In the Houael
For, whatever the ailment my bt, a thoroughly
tafe purgative, alu-rntlve and fonts can
never be out of place. 1 he remedy it liarmleaa
and dor a not Interfere with bualneia or
IT IS TTRELV TEO ETA RLE,
And hat all the power and efficacy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after efTectt.
A (iovernor'a Testimony.
Simmons l.ivrr Krgvl.-ar r Im itr.rn in use in my
family fur tonic time, and 1 am utitricd it it a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J Gi tx Shout kK, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander II. M.pheim, uf ;.,
tayt; Have derived .me IciKtit from tie uie oi
Stmmont Uver KcguLtur, and with to give it a
"The only Thing that never fall to
Ke-lleve." I have uted many rerilie for Dyt
peplia, Liver Affection and ficlulity, but never
have found anyti.ing to benefit me to the extent
Simmons Liver Regulator hat. 1 tent from Mm
netota to Georgia for it, and would send further for
tuch a medicine, and would vlvive all ho are aim
ilarlr affected lo ewe it a trial at it teemt the only
thing that never tailt to relieve
P. M. Jannev, Minneapo.it, Minn.
Dr. T. W, Muaon nayn t from actual ex
perience in the u of Simmons Uver Regulator in
my ptactice I have been and am sati.fjcd lo use
and prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
ayTake only the Genuine, whieh alwayi
has on the Wrapper the red Z Trade. Mark
and Signature of J. H. ZEILIN A CO.
KOR SALE KV AM. i)RIV,GISTS.
OFPICR-Wlth D. n. C&ndee, City National
TjK. J. E. STIWXO,-
128 Commercial Ave.. Cairo, III-
VAPOtt, KLKOTttO-VAPOR kd MEDICATKD
A !idy In kttetidauce.
JQH. W. C. JOCJTLYH,
KFlf E-K'Ehth Ittreot. r.orfniintrelnl A vet lie
It. E W. WUITLOCK,
Ornoa No. 13f Cirr rntrctal Avenue, h'lttrnen
Kgbt'j and Ntm Htrt
Grand Central Store.
OAIIIO. - - ILXj.
JENV YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND ItETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN- THK CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1ER to CO..
Cor. Nineteenth trout) Puim Til
Oomrrrial .vnriiu f n,IMrt ID,
N. P. Thistlewood & Bro.
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
Mauufacturor and Doalor In-
Bth Strooi, batweon t'om'l Ave. and Luvou.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMTJNITION. '
llafil IUlrd. Ail Kind oltteji Made.
A Star-Route Juror Attacked
With the Jim-Jams.
A Hung Jury Expected Signal Sta
tions Abolished Criminal
and Political News.
WaKiiiNuioN, Juua 13. At 10:M the
il.ti'-rotite Jury nunc Into court. Juror
Vt tuuii, who win wlkiii( ucM to Korniunn
Ci unit, wa Kfiznii with it lit nn l apliiuinx
mouml twirf! fell to llin floor, t'tvlix ri-nt lo
continued hlirloki. Mr, Sowoik took rliurxo
of hlin mid .IiulRn AVyllo ord:rnd the Jury
to tbulr room until the hW Ic in;ni sliould re
cover. The room wa i-ttckud at thfi time
mid the ulr m mitlin. The doctor re
ports that Voi-noti'd eue not Hcrl'iiiH
ami Hi.' com I BiiiiouiKM-d that h would
awali IIih juror' reeowry. 'I'hfl record of
thin trial m th largest ever wade In a crlntl
nal ca'e In IhU country. Printed In niiiuII
type and oeiavo filze, it comprise over
0,'XrO piiKct or ahout f'.ur and onu itiait r
million words. The report ot the prelimi
nary proceeding up tD when the lukiuir of
leMliuony hexHii, eovered 43 iiiih, '1'he
dirt ci te.tiiiionv for the prohibition oceu
IIph i,:tlH iaK(.ii. Mr. M rrlek delheied
the lon'e-t hpeich of tho trial, lasting nine
days iind covered !!.') piiK"it of the
reiord. The record of tin; Gititiau
trial conipried 2.7CHJ jKUien, nnd
an recurded in of exiinordlnury lenjftli.
At 11 u'vloek the Jury n'aln returned to
court. Ju.or Ytruoii had recovered, and
took hl aeat near au open window, llin
collar hud heen rernriveif and bis face wan
llimhed. lie anwered to hi name in a
hUdky voiee. Foreman Crane laid the Jiiry
had not yet di -elded the ouosu-.u ol en
Miiiaey, and doalred to know
If they rould hrlnif In a verdict of
Kiilitv without belni hlirni'd to conplraey.
The Jude kuld they Uiut decide the (U.-if
Hon of conspiracy, and then who were en
garej !n It, wliether overt acts were com
mitted, ,4Ttii (referring thi m to
the ut of the Juror) In a very
unfortunate oceurn nc . " he said, 'This
Juror bad been dr. uklni; a good de.l.
lie l a hard drinker; J took him aside dur
ing the trial nnd advised bim. He promis
ed inc not to drink. He la not a fit subject
to be on a Jury. The effect of drink are
apt to leave tho tnlnd In a shattered condi
tion. " Tb Jury wan then nlven in eh ante
of the bailiffs, and with the underlandini
that they could atroll In the park during the
day, and the court adjourned until 10
o'clock to-morrow. Should the verdict be
reached before that bour, Judiio Wvlle
will be called.
It Is pretty evident that the Department
of Justice does not really expect a convic
tion. In conversation with your corres
pondent one of the leading cotinel for the
prosecution admitted that It wrur not very
hopeful. Ho av tho pronecuMon was not
from (he first well satisfied with the Jury.
He nays the fact that tho government wa
allowed but three challenge under
the law makes It almost Impo-slMe
to get a wtlifactorv Jurv here, where
only a nill proporiion of tho residents
are elljrlblo to Jury tcnrlce, and that
Sroponion generally a class unlit for that
Uty. The (lovrriirociii U i-UJi'llUy ana-
pli.'Ioun that some members of the Jury have
been tampered with and that there will be
no verdlut. They say, however, j that tho
case (rrow stronirer every tlino. As new
evldenre Is constantly cbmlutr to llk'ht If
there Is a failure to K'et a verdict this time
they will push for another trial. IVy do
do not fi-ar au ucijiiittul but do fear a bunt;
Jury. The iientleman referred to above
remarked la the course of the con
versation that he supposed the cause
of the fit by which one of the
Jurymen bad been attacked was that
he had been deprived of hi whhkey since
Tuesday morning. It Is reported on tbo
streets that the so-called tit was really
nothing more or less than an attack of the
Jlm-Jauis. It Is stated that the Juror In
question, who Is a saloon-keeper, came a
number of times Into the court-room In a
Hate of intoxication, which was so notice
aliin that .Tuilifn Wvlle Tits obliged to write
him a note Intimating thnt further offences
of this kind would meet with severe pun
Ishmciit. 1 be Uleomarstnrlne Cnats
Kansas City, Mo., June 1.1. It tho
United Suite Circuit Court, Judge Miller
delivered tin opinion in the case of John
Rrosnabau, Jr., atrent of the Southern
Dairy Company, of Louisville, Ky., arrest
ed under a Missouri statute which mukes
tho selling of oleomargarine a nilf demeanor.
The case came up under a writ of habeas
oorpus. l'ctltloner claimed that the stuiuto
wait Illegal because It Interfered with Inter
state commerce and nullilied tho value of
legitimate property. The court held that
tho right under patent laws vvasslinplv pro
tective as against competliors; that' It se
cured to the Inventor a monopoly of
bis Invention, therefore the statute
in question was not antagonis
tic. It held further that tbo stilt
uto was not a restriction of commerce be
tween slates, but concerned any trafllo
within this state; aNo that It did not de
stroy the value of proportv, but simply
punished the offender under tho statute.
The petitioner's proof of the wholesome
nes of oleomargarine was acknowledged,
but the court held that the caso could only
be considered on the question of Jurisdic
tion, which it decided was tested In the
state courts und the prisoner was therefore
remnnded. The petitioner's claim that the
statutu was eontrarv to the t onstliution of
Missouri In prohibiting truflle In a whole
some and useful article had thn ittipearaneo
of soundness, but could not bo coiisldm ed.
Slgunl SIhIIoii Abolished.
Washington, ,jmi0 in. congress hav
ing reduced tho appropriation for tho next
fiscal year, the Immediate discontinuance
of Hie following mimed signul slaiion is
inailc iieiessury ami ordcreil: En"!o l'uss
Tex.; Kiigln Itock, Idaho; Keogli
Fort, Montana; ami 1'ort Me
snulii, Montana; Keoehe, NVv:uIhi
runta l!asa, 1'la, ; Itoehester, New York!
San Antonio, Texas; Santa l'u, N. M.j
Sprlngllelil, Mo. s Tucson. Arlzonn; Vlsu
llo, Cal.; Wiishakeo Kurt. Wvotnlng; Win
neinueea. Nevitdii. smuliiskv. Ohio Is re
PMtiililNhed as n station of ttiu llrst elas.
The following mimed Hiiitlous ol tho third
class will hereafter be maintained as sta
lions of tho llrst class. Custer Korf. Mon
tnuu; Ulo (iiuiHl City, Tckiih.
Nalvou Keeper PrepnrltiK for War.
Sr. Loijih, Juno in. C'liiirlua Hchwulck
hardt, socrctury of the Saloon-Kcpper'
Protectlvo Association of this cliy, has
Issued a cull to the lelall liquor dealers for
a meeting of the association ut Central Tur
ner Hall, Tenth and Market, on Friday
next, June loth, at thren p. m. Kvery
faloon-kceper. who carries on a legitimate
business, und keeps a respectubln houso Is
desired to join the association, tho object of
which is to estnlillsh tho unconstitutionality
of the Downing high llueiiso law, and the
fact that it Is not applicable to tho cU of
Bt. Louis, and also to assist In closing all
disreputable ptauci which dlgruc tbKbut-kuoii.
AMnrtlsr r ol ahroeUIrl ArreatL
Cincinnati, June 13. Publication wu
made here to-day of tbo arrest ' on Monday
afternoon at Columbus, 0.,ef Win. Delley
a negro churgod with tho murder of tb
Gibbons children at Ashland, Ky., Decem
ber 24, 1SH1. Fannie and Hobble Gibbons
and Emma Cauea were found dead in
burning houso, The girls bad been out
raged. Three men were arretod,
Ellis, Wm. Neal and Ellis Craft. Kilt
made a confession upon w hlch ho was con
vietcd iiinl sentenced to hang, but was L..ug
by a mob. Ncal and Craft were alo sen
t"iieed to hang and now await thn decision
of the governor as to the day of execution.
The arrest of Dciley Is made upon loug
tiiicltiv and clrcumslautlal evidence In
connection with statements made
by I teilcy himself. Two other men, lHb-iii-v
Jones iitul Keubeu Kendall, are Im
plicated by Dcllcy and warrants are out for
their arrest. A shrewd colored dctecthe
has been employed a long time In the ca
ami he claims to have bad statements from
Deilev in the nature of a confession which
corroborated in several point by circum
stantial evidence. One of these Is the find
ing of a bracelet belonging to one of the
murdered girls In the hand of the colored
woiiiiiu, wi o sajs she received it from
Dciley, and who says he told her of the
murder, and tbut he found the braco
let, some money and a ring on
tho floor. Ha gave the ring to
another colored woman, who also ha
made a sworn statement that Dcller told
her it belonged to a murdered girl. Delley
at the time of the murder, was employed In
a back yard near Gibbon's house. Dabney
Jones was then employed tn Norton' Iron
Works, near by, and both Delley and Jons
boarded In a shanty near the river bank with
two colored women, one of whom received
tho ring from DcIIpv almost Immediately
after the murder. Delley left Ashland and
was hidden for a long time. He was then
heard of at Portsmouth, O., and finally
traced to Columbu , ) , where the arrest
NOT MTI'tl VreI'IT,
Cincinnati, June 13. The Times-Star
special from Ashland, Ky., says: Not
much weight Is given to the arrest of Delley
for the murder of the Gibbons famllv,
though the details upon which the arrest
was made are not known.
How a Pretty Wife and Her Husband Plied
Their Art. -
Xkw YortK, June 13.-A Boston special
to the World says: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F.
Pearson, who for some time bave been
known as swindler throughout New Eng
Isnd, were arrested to-day on a charge of
extorting fr.VK) from Thomas E. Mann of this
city. The story of their transaction has
been told by Mann and corroborated by the
aocusnd since their arrest. Mann Is about
seventy years old. Rocently be attended a
spiritualist gathering or leanoe in Payne
Hall which is a resort for all kinds of antl
rellgious bodies. While there he noticed a
handsome woman beckoning to him from a
window. Ho was surprised and startled.
The womau ran down to the dodr of the hall
in great baste to greet the aged gentleman,
w ioiu she pretended to know and whom she
tinally Induced to accompany her home. She
lXKATfATEU WITH HIM.
Suddenly, so suddenly, that tho old gen
tleman's hair fairly ourled, he was con
fronted by a man who said that he wm the
niultand. Tha new-rmraer ffBi h,c Vv
ot oho ho bad vuta!nJ an irreparable tn-
Jury. Mr. Mann, whe is somewhat imbe
cile, or In his second childhood, begged to
bo allowed to go In peace and offered $luu
to secure his freedom and to settle the af
fair. Ills proposition was not satisfactory
and $.VK was demanded, which he paid and
for which he obtained a receipt signed
"George F. Pearson." When he got
away from the house he realized that he
had been swindled. He soughtlegal advice
and the swindlers were arrested. Pearson
admitted his guilt and refunded $300 of the
$.ViO. He besought the court to release his
wife as she simply acted uuder his order,
but the record against both of them was ao
had that the court decided to prosecute
them. For some time past It Is said that
the two have pursued a uniform scheme of
blackmailing, the woman being used to
ensnare tho victims by her beauty and her
persuasive manners. They were both na
tives of Mungor, Me., where seven years
turo Pearson charged an ex-Judge with
Improper conduct toward his wife, whose
maiden name was Nellie Shaw. The ex
Judge, who is a werlthy old gentleman, to
avoid exposure paid
A I.ARGK RUM Or HUSH-MONEY.
Pearson subsequent!) (got a divorce from
bis wife but Joined her later in Boston,
where they managed to obtain a llv'dhood
by engaging In all manner of blackmailing
schemes. They have extorted moucy from
numerous prominent and wealthy gentle
men. Pearson and wife went to Provi
dence and tliere succeeded by tho same
plan In sparing and robbing many well
known and wealthy men. whom thev com
pelled to pay sums ranirlng from $!W0 to
rl.OtHj. Pearson himself pretended to be a
music teacher. He forced hi wife, who
aas averse to their mode of life, to accom
pany him to Patitucket, H. 1. Here they
caught two moro victims and bled them to
tho extent of sovoral hundred dollar each.
Having enjoyed a remarkable iucossful
career In .New England villages, they re
turned to tho Hub shout a year ago, and a
promising future wa dawning upon their
horizon, when they were trapped by tho
detectives and arrested. Among their
latest victims was a well-known million
aire, who was Induced to part with $20,
OH). Pearson and bis wifo were held to
day In $2,800 each for trial.
UmiiblhiK In Tennesaee.
MKMi'Hitf, June 13. Tho iirgumcnt of
counsel testing the constitutionality of the
gam il ng net passed by the Legislature,
making gambling a felony, closetf Tuesday
before the Supremo Court at Jackson',
lenn, I he court announced this morning
that the casu would be continued for further
argument until the next term, which be
gins In April.
Cincinnati, Juno lil.-The Cincinnati
bhoe Manufacturing Company. II. B. Kck
Allium, president, has assigned to Samuel
C ritz. o statement of the assets or llabll
t o yas nmdf, but an estimate places tho
llab lilies nt 10, Out), mostly to Cincinnati
creditors. The assets arc regarded ns suf
ficient. Kfwuiatr the (Jnnrria.
Boston, June ia.-Tho Continental
Guards, of Now Orleans, arrived this morn
ing and were received by the Lancers, thj
Charleston J adets and a largo crowd. A
jiiluio was fired. Mayor rainier welcomed
t' visitor to Boston. A response wa
rando by Judge Braughn.
IlABttisiiuHO, Pa., June 18,-An appli
cation has been made for a commutation of
i.i?iidr,th.,Mn,e.nce of John MoOlnnls, of
l n ladolphla, who murdered hi mother-Ill-law,
Washington, June lfl.-Tue order sus
pending Galon K. Green, of Jackson,
lonn., from praotico before the Treasury
Department, lias been rescinded.
I mil Friday.
Washington, June 18.-The Hill In
SN,VWou.idJuruoJ uutll Friday, lnstvud
t Wednesday, a before reported.
Excitement in the Dynamite Trial The
Cw'i.Llberalltj-A Heaty Wager
London junu IS. I.aiiouehere recently
challenged Irving HLhop, the thought
reader, to tell the number of a bank nolo
known only to Laboiieliere and Mr. Firth,
M. P., the latter to hold tho note. Laboti
chero put up 1,0(10 against KW, the pro
ceeds to be devoted to chHrity. Three
thousand persons Wcie present, but owing
lo a dispute eonnernlng the conditions nel
ther l.tiliouehcre nor Firth were present.
However, Bishop gues.ed the number of
the note ut the ttrsi attempt , and i ow claims
that he won the i'l.nix), Tho audience was
iiiK hynavitr tkiai,.
London, Jue The trial of the men
concerned in the dviiamite conspiracy was
resumed this morning. Detectives" testi
lied that Ausburgh on being apprehended
was asked to give an account of himself,
and was told that If he refused he would
have himself to blame for anything which
happened to him. He said he eamo from
America, Chief Justice Coleridge express
ed the belief thai as the nrlsonor was not
-provided by conn-el. no statement elicited
by threats or promises ahould be received
Evidence was given by tho witnesses to
show tbo connection between Ansburgh
and Dr. Gallagher. It was proved
that the latter Introduced the former
at the Charing Cro-s Hotel as Mr.
"Gallagher," in order that he might ob
tain letters and telegram. Ansburgh,
tn examining Inspector Melville in re
gard to words which passed Qhet ween
tlicm when the former was arrested, called
(lie Inspector a liar because he denied he
Lid said to him ( Aiisliunrh) at that
You had better turn Informer, and
Majendle, a government Inspector, testl
fie that he examined Xbe contents of
WMtohead's factory at Birmingham,
which comprised 200 pounds nltro-glyccr-ine,
(X) pounds of nitric acid, and 700
pounds of surphurle acid. Ho also exam
ined a portion of the local government
board oillccs which were wrecked by the
explosive, and gave his opinion that twen
ty pounds of nltro-glyoeriue caused the
damage. The case for the prosecution was
declared closed, and Mr. Clarke began tho
argument in behalf of Dr. Gallagher. He
declared there was no oceaslou to defend
the prisoner against the charge of levying
wat against the Government, as no evidence
was adduced to show he was guilty.
Justice Coleridge declared that If the
prisoners agreed to destroy the proper! v of
the Crown, to endanger the life or to Intim
idate the counsellors of the Queen or of
Parliament, thev had virtually
levied war against the country. The
counsel for the defense " sub
mitted that there was no case against
Benard Gallagher, who acted under
the Influence of drtnk. The court then
A police inspector of Glasgow testlllcd
that he visited Bcrnar Gallagher while In
prison. There Gallagher stated that he
knew the other prisoners, hut said he was
not connected with the dvnamite schools in
New York. He said he irnewthst O'Dono
van Uossa presided over one of tho schools.
An Irish constable swore that Cunln lived
ut Termoy. Ireland, under the name of
Kent after he left America, and that be wa
connected with the Gallaghers.
thk balloon found.
London. June 18. Tho balloon in
which L'HoHte left Boulogne on Hatur-
Oav has lun rocr.-ornd la th North Sea
ANXIKTY AHiii . mi....,.?
London. June 13. Truth stairs that tlm
Queen ba recovered from the Injury to ber
aiier. me uepression or ner Majesty'!
spirits Is, however, said to cause
some anxiety, owing to the Influence on
her general health. It Is the intention of
ttic Queen to leave for Scotland on the aoth.
Sr. PKTKKSiiritu. June 13. The Czar
commuted the death sentences of the Ni
hilists Bnganovitch, Telaloff and Bents
vltch to penal servitude for an Indefinite
period. He reduced the life sentences of
Shefanovltch to eight years penal servitude
and the sentences of the woman Llsofskavae
and Prybyleva to four yoars. He a'so mit
igated the sentences of Gruenberg, Bore
isch and Juschkowa,
Cairo, June 13. Much excitement is
caused here on account of :he conversion of
a young Mahomuiediin by Amorlcan mis
sionaries. Aral fanatics attempted to mal
treat the convert, but British Consul Malet
protected him. It Is probable bo will be
sent to Cyprus for safety.
Gi'AYAQfii., Juno 1H News re
ceived via Galveston, Texas, is to the
effect that Velntomlllas' forcos occupy a
strong position successfully protecting
the city against all attacks of the Insurg
Berlin, June 13. Sabbe, convicted of
murdering and robbing a money letter-ear-rlcr
In March lust, was executed this morn
i"fJ. Heeling ol Western In Ion I)lrrior.
New Youk, June 13. At a meeting of
the directors of tho Western Union Tele
graph Company hetd to-day, John Jacob
Astor was electod a director in place of
Amasa Stone, deceased; and John T.
Terry was elected a member of the execu
tive committee In place of Edwin D. Mor
gan, deceased. General Eekert, acting
president, mttde his financial report,
showing the net revenues for tbo
Uattcr ending Juno lit) to bo partly
estimated t 1, 735.00(1, which, with the
surplus on April 1 of ifil.Mft.Ma, foots up
i,!iT0,2i:. After appropriating Interest
ami tits amount of M.WU.onO for a iiutti'terlv
dividend a surplus Is left, of M,743.7!i2. Tho
director declared a dividend of Hi per
cent, piyablo on and alter July 10, atid. on
the removal of tho legal restraint prohibit
ing such payment to stockholders of record
at the close of tho transfer books on the iKHh
of June, The books of transfer of the cap
ital stock of the company in New York and
I ilou will be closed at three o'clock on
the, 'Mb of June and be re-opened on tho
morning of tho 17th of July.
The llennelelKh Wnrrnnt Itccnllcd.
JuKKKUtioN city, Mo., Juno 13,-Yes-lordayGovurnor
Crittenden notified Prose
cuting Attorney Wiu llcld of St. Louis coun
ty that unless ho dismissed tho state case
against John Beauclolgh by ten o'clock to
day he would recall a warrant Issued on the
Uth Inst, for Boauclelgh' rendition to the
authorities of Illinois on a charge of rob
bcry. 1 ho Governor this morning reoolvod
a te eutiini froin liinmov u',.fi..l;i ,i.... k.
r i . ........... iimiiidiu .iiiib un
Intended prosecuting tho prisoner and
tiirivmi ma viovernor issuou an order an
nulling and rovokllirr thn wurrunt Rn.ii.
clclgh has given suniolont bond and will at
once iio released.
A HceiM, In fourl.
NkwYohk, June lfc-The trial of John
Pevoy, charged with libeling August Bel
mont, wa reumod to-dnv. M. J. Cos
telle claimed thai the statement raado by
neiov mioo article alleged to be llbelou
was fully Justified by the facts, and also
en d that a controlling influence behind the
District Attorney In hli proseouttoii of the
defendant was purely political. Assistant
District Attorney Follow charged that the ,
counsel'! ilafiiueut wu willful fale-koett.
A Frocli Aocldeniftlly l ire! I'pon,
Mystic Bridhk, Conn., Juno l.'l. ,,
the ceromoule attending the dedicating o
the oluiers' monument to-day, while a
salute wu being fired In honor ot the Gov
ernor by a battery of artillery from Ft.
Trumbull, William' and Vedgcwick's
Posts, G. A. K., which were p-ingui inn
time, received t lie contents of two gnus In
their ranks, The Hint disci a -ye w,i re
ceived by Williams' Post, bill the sei-ond,
which was more serious, wu received dy
Nedguwlck Post. Eighteen men were injured
more or less serlouslr, as follows: Com
tnandeyj. C. Brewer', of Sedgowick I'nM.
Norwlck, peppernd from head to foot wiiii
powder, more than thirty pieces of co-h-vi
powiler entering his ide ami lim'x; l.iem.
Win. Carruthers, a-.sislant jm-t iii,iIit :'it
Norwlck, bead bruised iroin p.w.er,wlio-e
Injuries, it is feitied, will prove la' il ;
Chas. Young, of Norwiek, ailerv cut In inc
leg, which is bleeding profum'lv. and ii i
peppered In the face, head Mini" bodvwuli
coarse powder. The inime of the other
are les serious. The mimed men were a
signed to private residence.., Hinl medical
attendance was promptly summoned.
Com: mh i s, ).. .It :'..-The t:if
Convention of the j i-emU.,. j.ut.or party
nietat 10 n. in. Tlieplatfono pr.unilrMieil
tbi afternoon clnirgi;s both the great pn
tie with bribery am! corrupt itoi iu -rurln;
nomiuiitloiis and ciirrying ebTtiou., with
fostering iuotiopolie an.l'.vith extrn agalice.
It demand the alioliiion of toe national
bank s-leui ami t lie miIihI--umi oi legal
tender I'tijier money f ,r ih,. jt, -cut cur
rency. It demands that tin- railr.uU lie
leijuired to reduce the )ie., oi ci- i i'lii.iti
rales ami favor- the p ,.m te.cn ..i.!i ami
the restoration to tin-people of the public
lands reeklely iipr't-apriuicl to copula
tions. It declares Unit all men !, ,v :he
right to a parr of the land and ilnl the
general price depend upon the u -unit of
currency In circulation. i d m in Is
temperance lefonn ilion and the ,,li..;iiior, uf
the coin id contr o l m t :, .
A Minister t'ouiul ulliy.
PlTTHHUKO, June 1:1. --A Chronicle spe
cial from Connellsville, Pa., say-: The Mo
nongahelii Association of the llapti-t ( 'bun h
met Monday evening, and after beating
charges against Rev. n, c, Morean, alleg
ing mnltcioiH and general lying, muling
the church In two parts by utijuM and un
acrlptural ruling, indecorous nn, irroly
immoral conduct, the inc. -tip,' unaniirou-ly
sustained the charires and evcliided It. C.
Morgan trom the Baptist ('Lurch.
A KrulHl rime.
Dkthoit, Mich., June 13. Nettie
Lyon, eight years old, was enticed away l y
a tramp while going on an errand, at Che
boygan, Tuosday night, and was found in
dying condition this morning. Sh h id
been assaulted, stabbed U.rouuli the left
lung, aud otherwise terrihiV injure .1. The
greatest excitement pmvuii-. A large body
of citizens are scouring the noiinti v iu pur
suit of the wretch who committed the
Vicronu, B. C'., .'tine ill. Tho Chinese
firms aio oulelly buying or loading :i larc
quantity of real estate in thn nolhern part
of the city on which to erect an extensive
business house. The trsn-actlous are re
ported slgnlllcant of the intentiou of the
Chinese to monopolize tbo trade In C'hluoe
and Japanese giod with Eastern Cuiada
on the completion ot the Canadian Pacific
A'Nen I. Ion Horn.
Chicaoo, Juno 13. One of the ca
lions in Barnutn's m.-nti-'uriu Invt ii.'tit
ga,c on in l.J o ...,, ...i.i l. , ,i,,,,.u.
to bo tho first on born m .-apiiiiiv. inc
weight of tho Infant is hctwei-u ix and seven
A Fatal Explosion.
Trenton, N. J., dime i:l. Tnomas
Culleton and Michael llain k wcietorn to
pieces by an cxplo-lou of a ulcaiii.cr In tho
rubber works o-ilav.
JINK 13, ss.1.
I. lie Slock.
CATTLE Active ami firm: ey
ports $ ft'.Hira'fl lo; good to ehoieu shipping
fcirsWt.j (SO; coinmon to fair Viw'i.V).
HOGS Fairly active nnd steady; un
chtini;ed; light t iMtml To; heavv paeklrg
and shipping ,tj u.Va(i !0; mixed packing
(1 SorrfO 70.
sr. i.ot is.
CATTLE Export steer ,yi s,"r(iti; L'ood
to heavy do .Vxir.", 75 ; ILdit I., fair 5 lo
(no 40; common to inediiiin 1 i;:,'a"i eii;
fair to good Colorado I 'ri'i 50; soiithwot
:t 7.Vr5 00; corn fed Texan $4 .5l5
light to good stocker- . i T.VTiM Oil; fair to
good feeders $4 lt'oVd 4U; .Minion to choice
native cows and heifers s.'l (Mi l Vi; scalla
wags of utiv kind rV:i .Vi.
SHEEP Comtnuii, medium and Uluht
t2 4Vfn)'6 .VI; fair to good tli 5ii(ai '": pt ini"
f4 2.Vcf4 50; fair to good Texan J 7.1O1)
HOGS Lower; nclive demand, in.ilnlv
for Eastern shipment, l.i-lit to gooil
Yorkers l .IVrtil ,vt; rough to irood inixml
P.lckltlir l!l(l) 55: hi tclinr mol l'l.l.,,l,.l.
jihla 1 ,Vlia! 75; skips and culls KioorS
WHEAT Ilk'liei-. ctoJinr t tt i.i
Julv; tl l.'l ', August; j;, Sep-tember-
frl Oct,, her; .tl Iu1, vear.
COltN Higher, at 55 . .Iiioc; 5iHi,
July; 5ti,'i August; 57'. Scpteuihcr: ;,n,
OATS lNirhcr ut litis .Inn,.. ::nv
July; i'Il'V Augiit; ;st vear,
Ml. I.ll 14.
WHEAT Lower: I'lo.liiir ot 1 is1, lonn.
$1 INH Julv; August;! 17'. September;!
HI October: 1 17 vear.
CORN Lower; ' 50', Juuei 51 V Julv;
S3 August; M'i September: 511', Octo-
ucr; so -.4 year,
OATS Lower: :!!'.' June: Ilti V .1 11I v
30 August; ) year.
WHEAT Julv l 'JIV: Aiil'iisI it :!.
September $1 W7;.
cuhin July w. ; Augui tiii j Septem
OATS Julv 45 S : Auirust 41V: Senium.
sr. i.ouii. '
HUTTEIt Choice lo fiincy creiimerv nt
lriwill to JO for HclectloiiH: omla nt best
dnlry rntc! dulry ut I Pii l." for clioiec to
fHiicy, mill 111 for Kcleotioiii In 11 niii.iII wuv:
fulr to Rood lUfii1!:'; coiiinion .sra io. Coun
try piickcd dead dull mul tli;u;lmt ut 4iM
coininon, (W7, fiilr Wn-li for M-lecied.
LtitiS ( urrenl ruceipiii woro llrm 11 1
13c; "tipplv lliflil mul ileiniind l-uoJ.
LIVE rulTntY-oi.lchlck.itiH I-. llirlit
Miipply, fiiir deiii.'iiul nnd Ntcitilv tit .t-ktfl Vt
for old hon : $;! Mttt 7.1, fur 'mixed: umi
$.'100.'! 2S for eoi'kH, Spriiius-sinuii una
ocrubby ir'lfff2, fnir sUcd -j 'i'lrrfj 00, und
luriio fi Wax.
. LKAD Firm. Lint union ol rclluod U 15
Countrv tnarkotii r.itherdull. w,itt.,.r in
Enuland lino. . (ioml mixed Ainerlonn off
coast and mixed Auic rtcun corn to iutIvh
declined 3d. Spot wheat dull und eimler,'
No, 'J npiliiK Da Id. No.ll xprlntf 8a 2d:
Wettern winter Da Id : Weatern corn dull
at bt oil. Demand from CulU'd
Klpgdom umi Coutueul dull (or wheat m4
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 Crown's Iron
KiTTF.Ks, 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
Ikon- Hjtieks will cure
kidney and liver diseases,
neuralgia, dyspepsia, mala
ria, intermittent fevers, &c.
aoj S. Paca St., Baltimore
Nor. 8, 1881.
I was a great sufferer from
Iiyspcpsia, and for several
weeks could eat nothing and
was growing weaker every
tiay. I tried Urown'i Iron
Hitters, and am happy to ay
I now have a good appetite,
ami am yetting 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
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