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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY MOIiNINH. ,)UNET5lTH3:
C b ro u I o Ilur
Impurity of tin?
ISlood, Fever and
and all liWaiw
rangcment of Liver, llou 1 1 nui KJducy.
STMI'TOMS OF A DISEASED MVEK.
Rail llreath; Pain in the Side, tometimes lh
pain it felt under the Shoulder-blade, mistaken fur
KheumaUim ; general I .si of appetite; HoweU
generally costive, tmictimri altcrnatiii( with lax;
the head i troubled with pain, in dull and heavy,
with considerable l of memory, accuinpanica
with a painful si nsati nof leaving uul neimetliing
which oujjht to have hecn clone.; a .litflit, dry cuuijn
and flushed face it tometime- an attendant, often
DiivUken fur consiiimitiun; the patient cuniplaini
of weariness and debility ; nervoui, easily dirtied;
let! cold or burning, sometime a prii k I y sensation
uf the slun cxisis; spirits aie low und drioniicnt,
and, although satisfied I li:i t ti ki would )e twne
final, yet une can hardly it.mnr n rp furtitude to
try it in fact, distrusts csery runic iy. Several
of the above nymptoiiis attend the diva .e, but catea
have occurred when but few ol them existed, yet
(lamination after death lias iliown the Liver to
have been extensively dcrajicd. ,
It ahould be uaed by all pi rndtm, oi l and
young, w henever auy of thu above 1
Pnraon Traveling or Living In Cn
hnaltby Iicalllleii, Tiy taking a d e unimn.
ally to keep tlie l.iver in beaiiliy aciioh, will avoid
all Malaria, lillloua attarkt, liir-meti. Nau
sea, Drowsiness, Urpreasi m i f s jiirns, etc. It
will invifcorate like a glass uf wine, but Ik uo In
If You have oaten anything hard ot
digeatlun, or feel heavy after meals, or hlepp
e at night, take a dose and you will be relieved
Time and Doctor Hill will be caved
by always keeping tlio Kegulator
In the IIouispI
For, whatever the ailment may bt, a thoroughly
safe purgative, alterative anl tonic can
never be out of place. 1 he remedy it harmless)
and doe not Interfere m it la buaiueas or
IT IS ITIIET.Y VEGETABLE.
And na all the iKiwer nnd efficaty of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after cilccts.
A Coventor' Testimony.
Simmon, I.iser K-g'ihi'r has Uenin use in my
family lor s"ine time, and I am satislicd it is a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J tliLL SiiiKti , (iosernor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander II. Htrilieri, of (in.,
says: Have dcrwel s nie Uiulu Hem the iu.e of
Simmons liver Regulator, and sih to give it a
"The only Thing that never fulla to
Believe." f h ive used many remedies tor lJy.
peptia, Liver Affection and lability, but never
have found anything to benefit ne to the extent
Summons l.iver Keuulator has. I Hem from Min
nesota to (Irorgia for II, and would send further for
uch a medicine, and would dvie all who are sins
ilarly affected to cive it a tri.d at it Kctu the only
thing that never fail, to relieve
P. M Jannhv, .Minneapilii, Minn.
Ir. T. Vf. JI.iMim Hayat From actual ex
perience in the use of hni.iii.Jns Liver Kr;ulalor in
my practice I have been and am satisfied to use
nd prescribe It as a purgative nicdiunc.
tr?Take only the Genuine, which always
has on the W'rap:r the red Z Tntilo-.Mark
and Signature of J. II. ZICII.IX CO.
I'OR SALE PV ALL DfMV.r.ISTS.
omOE-WMb. U. H. Caodce. City National
JJH. J. E. SI HONG,
128 Commercial Ave., Cairo, III.
VAl'Olt, KLECTH'l A'AI'OK and MEDICAT1-D
A lady It) ttteudauce.
J)U. W. C. JOCFLYN,
D K N T 1ST.
Or?I"'K Klghta 8:r'e'. r.etr Ccre.t- errla! AfB'ioe
U. E W. WUIILOCK,
Omci-So. Ii Cimmorclal Avenac. tiMtw -er.
Kt'nd VIi.ik Hrrnt
tkl. H. iaiTH,
tuutHr a. -a: Til
Grand Central Store.
DE ALE 118 IN
CA1KO. - - ILL.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1ER & OCX,
Cor. Nineteenth itrnot I P.Uirn Til
rr.n.mFrll Avnl.n f l I 1 '
N. B. Thistlewood & Bro.
(JRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE, ,
OVU Stroos, hotwoun Coiu'l A. ud Loveo.
CHOKE BOUINO A SPECIALTY
ALf KINDS OP AMDNITtOX.
Wot Kaaalud. Ail Slotli ol Kurt Mado
CRIMINAL AND GENERAL
Latest Concerning the Killing
of Dukes by Nuit.
Tho Vic'.iin's Crime-Trouble in In
dian Territory -Prohibition-isls
I'momijun, l'tmi., Juim 14 . li.'til
tiution, hli4ii mill riiii:ltiniM!, Inn, over,
lalsuii lmki-i, I lie man who killed (apt.
Null Ht thll plHff! licccinlMtr 'J4th hint.
Jnt bi'fiirt; Hfivcn oVI'ick )'t' rday cvn
Intf l)ukt', who hmlbeim unDvttraliiK with
Mends at tlie Jennings Il'iimu fca.nitly.
alitrted t the poaloltliM-, which lioiilyi
block tlUtiint, to R(t idi mnil. This ji' M
ollicf i.sHiiuulod on l tie curner of Main mid
I'lttHlniiK htrcen, where the room in the
building, kuown from its confoi nntii.n s
tho liiow of the round corner mid -iltnited
lininrdlatcly in front of the ni.stultic-,
jiiovidi d James yutt with hiding place In
which to await the in.m whose doom lie hud
decidi'd upon and wan rendy to pieripitale.
Dukes npproachod the upot wliere Nutt wh
KtaiidiiiK. iiuw him and pitnc J hy. 1 1 - lmd
Innh' i"iii' no when Nutt ononi'd fire upon
l.iin. tiring two hot lit (un:k MicrPM.i.in,
p;i'h of which took iffoi.'t In liuken
TUB WOI NDKU MAN
turned iiiii klv aud then ran, Mutt follow
Inland dischariflng M weapon rapidly,
etu h of the thiei' rcin iin'n;' t'U rt. hittiim
their umrk. the third and fourth penctirit
itiK tin; body, while the fifth struck the re
treating mau 111 the anklo, inflictintr a very
xllpht wonml, in ho lliottiiti'd the po-lofliee
Hteps. ')'he first four bullets-, hotvevi-r, had
ceoiiipl.hed thlr work, and n Duki-4
leached tlie top of the tair he fell hettilv
(orwnrd upon hU face. The utreet wer'o
ciowdfd at the tlmo of the shooting, and
tbeteiirofa ttray bult renoliln tli.-in
caused them to matter In all dlri-cliim, but
vuriimtty overcame their fear, and the
prone iioay of the dylnjf man wat toun Mir
rotinded by a crowd, whose expression
weie L'ctierally adverse to him ami In favor
of hi slaver, t'rle of "Give ths man
air," and "Mand back," broke the
solemn stlllneH. but Dukst wan bevond all
help, and within a minute from the time
that he felllie wa a dead man.
The coroner's Jury returned
HIK FOLLOW IVU YBItMCT:
"We find that the laid Nieho'as S.
Duke canio to bis death front wouuds
received from a levoher tired in the hatnU
of James Nutt, on the comer of Main anil
l'ittsbur((b utreeU, In Unlontown, on the
18th day of June, 188, at about the hour
of 7:1ft p. ni.
At eleven o'clock a mud-tiplai-hed tinrin
waL'on drove In frout of Jennlne'i, bou.
Thin wu4 the heaine of Nlcbola Lvin in
uke. The corpse waa hurriedly borne Xn
the beanie. There wens, neither tear nor
flower for tbe dead. The following it the
order of the procension : A prtnr watron,
beartnu the corpe. 'itvxpv, coe' -' i Mis,
Stnible.Dukea'n n other and hlt bait -ifier,
Mis Mruhlc, MU- ..fii-n, aui-t.ier half
ister, of deccRHed In a biu'try, and In the
rear Mr. Athhury strubie and hie on,
(ieorge, on hoineback. The reiiiain. were
taken to th Strubln renldence, tier
matt township. The Interment will take
plaee Saturday morning In the Churchill
The Chronicle' I'tiiontown, I'a., special
aya: "A vile rumor became cirrent here
throne!) the ln"tru-nenialitv ofMukes'M
MII9. MTl, THK WIDOW
of the lamented Capt. Nutt bad encoura'd
her on to attack and slay Duke. (.'. 11.
Ku-h, n prominent merchant of I'nion
towu, and one who I lu a position to know,
In. mil-this assertion a a most Infamous
II. Mr. Ifuh says be h:t hi certain
knowledge Mr. Nutt did evei vthinir a lov
I lie mother could to ka p her ) Irun at
t.icklnt: bis lather'?, iiiiuderer, and pcrsiHt
ently ured her boy to ne her a solemn
iiroiutse that he would not attack Duke.
From it cod authority It U said that Duke
met youiii; Nutt on tlie street and lauK'bod
In his face In a sneerimc manner, and thu
himself precipitated the traedv.
Hon. V. 11. riayfordand A. D. Iloyd.
Ks-'v.. have been retained as counsel for
youtijr Nutt. A strong effort will be made
to have the Hon. Chan, E. Dnylo Join these
gentlemen in the defense Mr. lloylo was
wMted on by a number of Dukes's Mends,
who asked him to conduct the prosecution,
but he refund, to prosecute tho man v ho
slew his client. It I it question whether
there is a member of the bar In Kavette
county who would appear apainst Nutt.
The task will probably full on the District
Attorney. A tumor ' bos been circulated
that younii Nutt Is insane. Villi a corres
pondent be conversed freely, and Is as ra
tional a- any other nmn.Bof Dukrs's death
he prefers to say nothini;, belli); so instruct
ed itv bis eotinscl.
Tl e pari culars of tbetragedyare still fresh
In the public recollection. Duke wrote
Nutt a series of Infamous letters, in which
he bo'.sted of having had Illicit commerce
with Null's daughter, and suwMcil to
him that ahe wu In a delicate condition,
and that an abortion mkht
8AVK tlK.lt IIONOH
and that of the family. Dukes also circu
l.tled rumors iifTectlnii the jjirl's chaiaeter.
Nutt sought a conference with Duke-hit Ibe
hotel, and durinK Urn iiarrcl whl'.-n en
sued , Dukes killed Null. Cant. Nutt was
cashier of the Pennsylvania State Treasury
and Dukes was a well-known mcmbcV
of the l-'avette County bar
and a member elect of the
Slate legislature; and the hl(.'h
social and political standing of the two guvo
thn affair ureal prominence in Pennsylvan
ia, while its unusual sensational feature
made a topic of discussion throughout the
country. Dukes was tried and acquitted,
on the ground that he neted In self-defense.
His most important eviileneo was a letter of
Capt. Nutt, Ihri'iiteubiir In take Duke's
life unless the latter should make repara
tion for the ruin of his daughter. This letter
distinctly to'd Dukes that If he did not
do his duly as a man hu would have to suf
fer death. I'pon his acquittal Dukes left
the c -ni t itiiild great excitement and indig
nation, and for ti season took up his resi
dence In (iennniitown, and afterward was
forced, by public feeling, to resign hi tent
In the legislature.
A lCMernlo Shot,
Galks.i, Kan., Junn 14. For several
days Parley Colcy, a desperado of consid
erable celcbrlly In tliese palls, has been
under arrest for an a"iutlt upon Jack
Myers soma tlmo ago. (in account of bay
ing no place of contlnemcnt. he was
guarded by an officer. Last evening ho
madu a bold dash for liberty,
but was closely pursued by
Deputy Martha! Llggct. After run
ning some (llstuuoe Colcy turned upon Lig
gett with drawn revolver and commanded
bltn to halt or bs would shoot, whereupon
Liggett tlrcil two shots, onr taking effect In
Colcy 'a loft sldo Jutt below the short rib.
Ho Immediately surrendered, and was con
voyed to bis home, whert he Ilea la ft very
EdneaUng lh Whol M.
St. Louis. Jum 1. T-day It dot
ing day In tba public a wall a nearly all
private schools In the city. The Manual
Training School of Vashlniftor I'lilvcr
sit y brought Its year's work to a close
with various exorcises from ten to twelvi
A Urge number of visitors were preseot,
mil they appa.-tri'd to takn great Intortut
In the skill displayed bv the boys In the !''
feient departments, The wood-turnlnir t
ti'Metcd tlie attention of a in.tjoiity of Im)
iild 'i- tieople ami the parents of the stud t It
ft wnrj;. Th model on which the X H-vl-inn
was working, a good-sled vuoo.
winch was ornamented o as to rciptlre a
good deal of skill In the finish. In tho N
division the boys were o igaget! on different
models, caps! ornamental railing pouts,
p.ii.us, ote. In Hie oiui.-ksuilth shop the
fo.ges were all niiiidn and the ttuilenU
were all engaged In making a chain hook,
lvai'h workman was dresnPtl lu a regular
workman's suit, mnl the chain hooks were
tinned out with tensidc cable speed.
Class exercises were conducted In Latin,
Natural Philosophy, and (iroinntry, thow
lug conclusively lliat tho physical man la
not receiving attention in this remarkable
school lo the iieclcel of the mental.
At 12 o'eloek the students and visitors re
tired to the school-room to wit
ness the conferring of diplomas. Prof.
Woodward read his annual report, then
railed the graduates forward and presented
them to Chancellor Klliott, who addressed
Iheiii briefly but pointedly and presented
Tci.sa, I. T., June 14. Open wr hat
again broken out In this nation between the
adherents of Chlcoteand those of Spleehce.
For a month past the latter, about Uvclvo
thousand In number, have been in camp
near Ft. Gibson, whither they have been
brought by olonel llates after "having taken
refuge on the Cheyenne reservation. Lat
terly, by order of Colonel llates, squads of
.Splecbce's men aer given passes to return
to their homes, the Colonel having received
assurance that those who would re
turn would not be disturbed. Louis
CblUler and nine men of lilt com
pany were among those who returned.
Ihey resided on Polecat, ten miles
south of here. They were beginning lo be
lieve that they would not be molested,
when they were attacked by the C'hleote
light horsemen, under command of t aptain
John Freeman. This happened on Tuesday
morning. The Chicotcs murdered a full
blood named Pawnee, but Chlldcrs and bis
companions managed to reach here in safe
ty. This attack inaugurates war to the
knife and Chlldcrs says that he expect the
1' nited States troops to take sides with his
party, as their authority bas been defied,
(in-lit excitement prevails here and another
general war between tbe opposition
faction la expected by every one In the Nation.
Banook, Me., Juno 14. About fifty per
sons were at the Prohibitory Convention
this morning. Di.Ware, of Hucksport,
was chosen chairman. The morning ses
sion was devoted to the appointment of
committees and a brief address.
The Celebrated Star Route Case Ends With
Verdict "Not Guilty." Scenes
in the Court Room,
Wasiiisoton, June 14. "You can ask
the Jury whether they have any communi
cation to make to the court, " said Judi'
Wylle to the court crier when the criminal
court hearing tbe Mar Route case reassem
bled this morning. Crier Donaldson soon
returned with a inessaijc that the Jury de
sired to communicate with the court. Tbey
filed into the courtroom apparently none
the worse for their confinement. When
they were seated the Judge said; "Gentle
men of tbe Jury, the court has sent for you
for tho purpose of Inquiring whether you
have auy communication to make." The
foreman stated Unit thu Jury bad agreed
upon a verdict ami a painful silence fell
upon the courtroom, only to be .broken by
wild shouts of applause, when In a clear
tone of voice the foreman stated the ver
"NOT lil ll.TV."
Immediately the decorum of a court of Jus
tice was forgotten and cheers responded
from all quarters of tho crowded floor.
Mrs. 8. W. Dorsey sprang to her feet clap
ping her bands while tears streamed down
her cheeks, and there were nuny ladles In
the court who were silently weeping.
Davldge quietly asked to have the verdict
reco i dcd. which was done, while the do
puty marshals were vainly endeavoring! to
quell the tumult. .S. W. lorey and llrady
were the I recipients of warm congratula
tions, ami as they left the court.room they
were greeted with the renewed cheers by
tho crowd in front of the city hall. Svhan
order had been somewhat restored by reason
of tbe defendants and their friends leaving
the room, Judge Wylle turned to Juror
Vernon and asked:
"Mr. Vernon, bow are you tblt morn
lng" Juror Vernon: "First-rate, sir. "
The Court: "I believe we have nothing
further for Jury to do during thu term, and
the court is prepared to discharge you
finally. Von hate had a laborious tusk to
perform In this case. You have been more
than six months etrgagetl in this trial.
Many of you have occupations of your own
which you have been obliged lo neglect
(luring that period, and though your ver
dict, of course
WILL L'ltKATK DISSATISFACTION
to many. yet having been to
lected according to the forms
of law, and having sworn to
perforin your duties faithfully, the court Is
bound lo presume you have 'faithfully per
formed your duty. Ifvou have doiie so,
each one according to the dictates of bis
conscience, that will be a satisfaction to
vou as long as you live. You are there
fore discharged, with thej thanks of the
In the ante-room and the halls the Jury
was beset by a throng of Interested per
sons, prominent among them being the do
fendantsand Mr. S. w. Dorsev and Mrs.
Peck, who thanked them for "the verdict
with tears in their eyes. As the foreman
reached tlie sidewalks the large crowd as
sembled there burst Into tumultuous cheers,
which was renewed us each Juror made his
way out of the court-house. Tho foreman
stated to a representative of the Associated
were taken by the Jury. Tho first ballot
was upon tho miestlou of the existence of a
conspiracy and tho ballot resulted In a vote
of three for and nino against a conspiracy.
On the teeond ballot, the nine was increased
to ten, although the vote was then upon tho
Innocence or guilt of the defendants. This
wle rema ned unchtngod until about 8
o'clock this morning, whon tho acquittal
was reached. '
Kor was the only representative of the
prosecution In the oonrt when the verdict
was returned. Carpenter, Dorsey'a counsel,
congratulated blin at tho only one of the
Government fj tinsel having pluck enough
to thow tin in the hour of d stoxt. Ker savs
ne waa Informid by tbe court oftloer that
Ingursoll had i.tld the Jury would return n
VHt-dletof acqii'ttal. He added that tit
other indict moit against Brady would lo
pressed, and that, ot eourte, It weuttt be
necessary for the court to cuter a or
der setting aalde Bsirdcll't pb of
Four More Found Guillj and Two Acuitted
Other Newt From Foreign
Lospox, June 14. -The trial of Dr.
Gallagher. Itern.trd Gallagher, Whitehead,
Ciiillin, Wilson and Ansburgh continued
Ibis in. .ruing. The court st ttetl it consul
creil the Li,,eiici against Bernard Gallagher
and Aiislniigli sutllcient to bo submitted to
the Jury. ustico Grove, concurred lit Ibe
decision, but without expressing an opin
ion a to the ultimate result, thought tiiern
weie grave ilnulits as to thu snilicieucy
of thu evidencu against Aiisliingh. Claike,
of counsel fi.r tll(1 defense, challenged Ibu
Crown to point to a single syllable
of e ideiice given at the trial, outside
thai of Informer Lynch, which showed that
the intention of the iiilsoners was to as
sail the authority of the t rown or lo over
awe thu parliament. He. declared (lint
Bernard Gallagher' statement contained no
evidence against anybody but himself.
Whitehead expressed' a desire lo address
the Jury hluioelf, and his counsel ihercforo
Whitehead, speaking in bl own behalf,
said there was no evidence to show that tho
nltro-Klyoennc found in bit factory was In
tended for Illegal purposes, lie declared
that it was for mining purposes, like thou
sands of tons of the same article mado lu
Kngland. The press exaggerated his case.
He exhorted the Jury to deal with It Im
partially, as they would with any other
Ansbaugh declared that he was ts Inno
cent as God Almighty. He stated that he
merely met Dr. Gallagher accidentally on
tho steamer Parthla. and he again accident
ally met him lu the Strand.
Mr. Matliewxin, on behalf of Bernard
Gallagher, argued there was no case against
his client, Bernard Gallagher, a he acted
while under the Intluenco of liquor. There
was nothing suplcnus in an eldor brother,
who was better off than a younger one,
sending money to the latter. He confi
dentlv asked for a discharge of the prison
er. Mr. Matbewson admitted Bernard had
a general knowledge of the hostile design
of the dynamiters, but said It must be re
membered he was a resident of Brooklyn
and could not be Judged by the same
standard as an Kn;lilunati was. ft wa a
matter of common knowledge that plots
existed in America for tbe manufacture of
dynamite for use against England, almost
with the connivance of the American Gov
ernment. Clarke and Rowlands protested
against this language, and declared there
was no proof such wat the case. Justice
Brett declared counsel bad no rlgh' to
make such a remark. He said there was
no proof of the existence in
America of plot or of oonulvance thereat
on the part of the government of that coun
try. Justice Coleridge also relinked Ma
thewson. lie said: "I think it only due to
cur ftlendly relations with a great govern
ment that you unreservedly withdraw your
Matbew son said he would gladly accede to
the ruling of the court.
The case for the defence closed and Far
rer Herschcll, tbe .Solicitor General, replied
on the part of the prosecution, i'pon the
conclusion of bis rwmarks Justice Coleridge
began hU charge to the Jurv.
No legitimate trader would have carried
It about London as it had been carried. The
Jurv retired at 5:M.
The Jury returned a verdict of guilty
against Dr. Gallagher, Wilson, Whitehead
and Curtln and a verdict of not guilt v In the
case ol Antbaugh and Bernard Gallagher.
The four uvn tound guilty ware then sen
tenced to lifelong penal servitude.
THK KilOII 81' P PLY.
London, June 14. Lord Catling-ford.
Minister of Agriculture, received vt1erd.iv
an iiiiliiential deputation representing town's,
in Kngland representing lu.ooo.ooo people,
tlie oliject of which was to protest ag iint
the restrictions of the food mipply. Lord
Carlingford stated that tlif decrease in tho
liiiportationof American cattle is due to the
fact that better prices were obtained In
America, and not to tho system of compul
sory slaughter at British ports. He said Hie
government would continue to ad up to Die
spirit of the present law and not strain
them In the direction of further prohil
lion, urged by the opponents of the Im
portation of American rattle.
Dl'Bt.iN, June 14. H Is believed tho po
lice arc cognlent of tho fact that a society
was recently formed here for removing in
formers who testified at tho late trials, par
ticularly James Carey.
It is also stafd that the house in which
tbe society held Its meetings has been close
ly watched, ami a raid made recently on
tho houe where the supposed meeting w as
being held, hut no arrest was made.
James Carey ha been permitted to go
nut of Kllmalnhatn Jail occasionally of late,
but this Is now stopped, as tho police de
cline to hold themselves responsible for bis
SOI III A ttKltU'A.
Panama, June 14. The earthquake in
Keuador, on the lltth of .May, caused great
alarm at (juito. Tho people camped In the
streets fearing a cataclysm. In Lataeunga
the shock was very severe, overthrowing
several house. Those remaining threaten
to fall. Villages In the vicinity were al
most destroyed. On tho diligence arrfllng
at Lataeunga the mules were taken out and
It was pulled through the streets by men
for fear tho rumbling would shako down
the houses. Colopaxl Is In active eruption.
People In the vicinity aro terrified at a
probable repetition ot the catastrophe of
ToitosTO. June 14. -An order was ob
tained In chamber to-day dismissing the
action brougliiby Henry Allen, alias Lord
Cantvre, against Mr. Richards, guardian of
Ibe heiress wliom he so badly duped. The
action wits for damage for false arrest, and
was dismissed because Allan failed to fur-ni-li
security for costs.
KATKN 11Y A It K A It .
Sr. John. N. .. June 14.-A boy
named lleldln was killed and eaten by a
beni In the woods at Aniiagancu Wednes
Paul, Junn 14. Thcvlllage of Vallolret
In Hi" Department of Savoy, wa
bullied and the Inlmhllitiits barely escaped
with their lives. All the live stock,
Including one hundrud head of oxen,
The (.'oniliieutal Gunrda,
Huston, June 14. -The Continental
Guard, of New Orleans, paraded this
morning, with their hosts, tbe National
J.anoiers, a an escort, tbe former being in
carriages. I hey were reviewed at the City
H ill by tho Mayor, and at tho Slate House
in the absence of the Governor, by thu Adjutant-General.
Tho visitors were cheered.
The annual banquet of tho Lander lakes
place tills afternoon at Fanuoll Hall, when
the Continentals will bu present.
LonsviLLK, June 14.-D. C. Freeman,
who has been represontlng Llndhlntn .1
Co., of Chicago, In thli city, It very anx
iously wanted burn by person who allege
that hy t Indobted to them In tho turn of
about fu.UOU. Freeman left here several
days ago. ostensibly for Chicago, and failed
to return at promised, It It said that ho
hits possibly Rous East to obtain monev lo
teltlu hit ludobtednest.
Lancasikh, Ta., June 14,-Most of the
helper at tbe Penn Iron Work returned
work thli morning without teuuriiw auy la
Mr. I.a-clry'e Macr- a i Mils stvaeoa aat
mrriaa t.r Noal.
Vaw York, June 14. Mrs. Langtry ar
rived in this city Wednesday morning from
Halifax, and went at once to the Albumarlo
Hotel. She appeared somewhat tired after
her long traveling season, but expects to re
cover from It effoot before long. With
the exception of the bre.ik caused by her
coming to this country, tho ha been acting
for fifteen months without a respite. Her
share of thu profit for the last five week
was till. ins), and she has now in bank tlOO,
O"0 us the net proceed of ber American
tour. She is going to spend a week at the
Oriental Hotel, Coney Island, after which
she will visit Newport for a short time. She
will remain in this count it about a
month and v. ill then return to Kngland. A
great part of the summer will be spent in
Paris, where she will pursue her drawing
studies under Keginer. She will return to
this country In the fall and open at Montreal
In October 3D. She will have new play
by B, P. Stevenson, the author of 'Im
pulse. ' Hu u now writing a new play for
tlie Kendalls, who will produce It at the
St. James Thealre, In London, early in Oc
tober. Mrs. Langtry will trevnl next year
In a new parlor car called tho "Jerome.
Marble. ' ' which It Is t'.aimed, will be tho
finest car on wheels. It will have plate
glass window extending from the floor to
tbe roof, will huvc an elegant bed In the
middle and will bo highly rieoorated. On
closing ber season last week she gave
souvenirs to every member of her com
pany. Ohio Prohibitum!' Plaiform.
Coi.i'Mnra. o., June 14. 'IV State
Prohibition Convention met this morning.
It was the largest ever held in Ohio.
Three hundred were present. It wa
very harmonious, notwithstanding the ex
pectation of trouble over the constitutional
amendments. Ths principle promulgated
Indorse the National platform of Chicago of
August last year, deuounoed the policy of
personal liberty advanced by the Democrats
and the policy of taxation In Seot,ui,l, the
Pond law passed ny the Republican, and
the repealing of the' Sunday law, and the
law prohibiting drinking on tho premises,
also by the Republicans, condemn the tax
ation proposition of the constitutional
amendment and favor the adoption of a pro
hibitory clause: recognize the value of
the education of youth in schools agaiust
An Old Abolitionist ltl.
Chicago, June 14. Zebina F.astman,
who came to Chicago In 18:11) and was a
foremost figure In the agitation for the
abolition of slavery, publishing a paper
known as the Western Citizen to that end,
died here this morning, aged W. Ho was a
native of Massachusetts, represented the
State of Illinois at the peace congress held
In Frankfort In MM. and at one time
was in the consular service of tbe United
HelloKS and AVaily.
Washington, June 14 Kx-Sonator
Kellogg and General Bradv will Monday
next be called upon to plead to Indictment's
hi tholr cases. It Is not probable that the
trial of the Kellogg and Brady casjs will
take place before next autumn, as prece
dence will be given eases of local Import-
A Xearre Lynched.
Entkkprisk, Miss., June 14. Wednes
day night twenty men. friends of Edward
McLaughlin, the Irish peddler who was
murdered, come from Meridian disguised,
overpowered tba gurd, broke down the
calaboose door, took th negro, Aaron
Harris, and hanged him from a railway
SiiKBuYOAN, Mich.. June 14. The fiend
who assaulted Nellie Lyons, aged seven,
has not been captured, though seventy
five determined men are still search ng
tbo woods for I im. They mean to lynch
Jl'NE 14, 18S3.
1-1 ye Ntork.
CATTI.K I nil; iuc lower: ex
ports to Miiau . i), good to cboico shipping
V) .Viftf,") '0; common to fair $o5o0.
HOGS Fairly active and steady; 5c
lower; light rt iYtfU 70; heavy packltg
and shipping iftl 8.Va( 1)0; mixed packing
CAT I'LF. Export steers $.") 8.Vrftl; good
lo heavy do V fW, 7,',; light to fair ft l."
Yr5 40; common to medium $4 0."r2o IK);
fair to good Colorado flft.) 50; southwest
fct 7.'ifrt." (K); cornfed Texan W 2of(f5 2ft;
light to good stockers $ 7iV54 (K); fair to
good feeder H U'W4 40; common to choice
native cows and heifers ft I.V4 S3; scalla
wags of itnv kind $oY5.'l fit).
lloGS Stronger; active demand, mainly
for Eastern shipment. Light to good
Yorkers i .Vi; packing and heavy
shipping WirrtO 70; In teher- andPhlladcl
phla (1 (I.V,i(l 7.'i; pigs fi IVirSO on.
Ml EEP Common, medium and light
W 4or;i M); fair to good ft ftorrf4 is); prime
ft iYeit 50; fair to good Texans 76
WHEAT Lower, closing at $1 11
Julv; fl 14 August; $1 14 Sep
tember! U lft October; $1 10V vear.
t'ORN Lower, at 6GX June; .VfK
July; oliVi August; 50!. September; 50H
OATS -Lower at 3X June; MX
July; iti'-t August; 80 September; SOX
WIIKAT-Lower; closing atl 18V June;
tl IS', July; August ;fl 17 September ;1
1SS October; tl ). year.
CORN-Lower; .V)1, June; 51'.' Julv;
52 H' August; 53V September; 53 H Octo
ber; 4."i1 year.
OATS-Lowor; 40 June; 30 Julv;
.'tO.'i August; 30 year.
WllEAT-.Iuly $1 Jl ; August $1 23';
September tl 25 V.
CORN Julv (15 August (10 'ij Septem
ber 07 .
GA IN Julv 43 V i Avnrust 41V; Septcm
ber 38 V.
BUTTER Cholco to fancy creamery at
l'Cd'10, occasionally a shade more Is obtained
for selections In a small wayi
dairy at 14(818 for choice to fancy, and
17 for selections; fair to good 10(912; com
mon 8 10. Country packed doa.l dull and
weak at H for selected, falr.to good OCdl,
KGGS Curront receipt wore firm at
15c, supply light and demand good.
LIVE POULTRY-Old oblckens I-, light
supply, fair demand and steady at 13
for cocks; $3 503 75, for mixed: and
4 00rrfl .5 for hen. Springs small and
ovcrplentlful, dull and easier demand on
ly lor cholco largo. Quote small and
scrubby fll 60. medium seized fittt'i 26,
and good sized lit 60OJ 75. Other poul
l,EAl)-8teady and firm; refined $4 15
del; hard (4 10(34 12V.
Country inarkoU ratherdull. Wealhor In
England fine. Good mlxod American off
eoaat aud mixed American com to arrive
declined Id. Spot wheat dull and easier;
No. 2 spring 9 Id; N'o.Ssprlng 8 Id:
Western winter ld Wlern ooru dull
at 6 4Vd. Demand from United
Kiugdeni aad Ctiaeal doll fer wine aa4
That is what a great
many people are doing.
They don't know just what
is the matter, but they have
a combination of pains and
aches, and each month they
The only sure remedy
yet found is Brown's 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. Pica St., Paltimor.
Nor. gS, iB8f,
I was a gTeat 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 the
only preparation of Iron
that causes no injurious ef
fects. Get the genuine.
Don't be imposed on with
rjlUK CITY NATIONAL BANK.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Bunking: Business
2NTEHP1USE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
FLOUR, GBAIN AND flAl
Egyptian Flouring Mills
HIifheHt Casb Prk e Paid for Wlieaf.
PROPRIETOR OF 8PROAT8 PATENT
Wholesulo Doalor In lw.
ICF BY TFIE CAR LOAD OR TON.WJCLl
PACKED FOR 8HIPPINO
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