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THE ... C AIRO
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, SATURDAY M0KN1N0. JUNE ic,1883
C hronlo llr
Impurity of the
ami till IMxciu.e
ciiimi'd by Do-
rangoiueut of Livr, lion .U aii'J Kidney h.
8TMPTOMS OF A lilSF.ABKD MVKK.
Had llreath ; I'ain In the Silc, somitunes ih
pain it felt under the Shoulder-blade, mistaken fur
Rheumatism ; dcncral loss of uiptite; llowuls
Stnerally costive, sometimes altrrnaiiitK witll lax;
te head is troubled with pain, it dull and heavy,
with considerable loss of uu-imiry, ai:compani..-a
with a painful ten.itin of leaving mirf.in.- something
which ouln to have been ilm:; a slight, dry eolith
and flukhed face it sometimes in attendant, often
mlitaken for consumption: the patient complaint
of weariness and debility; nervous, easily surlled;
Url cold or buruiiiK, maimer, a pi.illy sensation
of the skin exists; biii:ts An low un'i fjf-ipnndent,
and, although wiulic I thrt e xtrci-e would tie bene,
final, yet one tan h.ir il) summon up fortitude to
try it in fact, distrusts every fine ly Several
of the above symptoms ati-nd t'.e .lis. at':, but cases
have occurred when but tew ul ilium emoted, yet
examination after death has showu the Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
It ihotlld be lined li)' nil pri Holin, old urnl
young, tshenuvtr any of tlio above
Portnn Traveling or Uvlua; in Uis
healthy Ioealltlea, by taking a d..i m casiotv
ally to keep tlie Uver in liuilil.y anion, v. ill avoid
all Malaria, Ullloti attack, IMuuicss, Nau
tea, Drowsiness, Depression of riirits etc. It
will invigorate like a glass uf wine, but in uo in
If You have eaten anything hard of
digestion, or feel heavy after meals, or aim-pleat
at night, take a dose and you will be relieved.
Time and Doctors' HUM will he aaved
by always keeping tlio Ilcgulutor
la the House-1
For, whatever the ailment may b, a thoroughly
tafe purgative, allcrtitlvn awl tonic can
never be out of place. '1 he remedy is harnilean
and doe not interfere with buaineaa or
IT IS rTItKI.T VF.fi KTABLK,
And has all the powep and efnenry of Calomel or
Quinine, without any uf Uie injurious after effects.
A fioTernnr't Testimony.
Simmons Tjver rVpil.it-.r 1 .is bem in use in my
family lor s ,n,e time, and 1 am situtied it it a
valua'ie addition to the medic.il science.
J. Gill buoarra. Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alcxaiiilcr H. KL-i.lieiis, of (ia.,
lays: Have derive! $ nc l--ru lit ir in the use oi
Simmons Uver Kcguhlor, and wish to give it a
"The nn1yThing that never full to
Hellene." I have used mr.ny rcmciiies for Iyv
rrpsia, Liver Affection arid debility, but never
ave found anything to benefit me to the estenl
Simmons Liver lOgulator has. 1 sent from Min
nesota lo Oorgia for it, and would send further for
such a medicine, and would advise all who are tim.
ilarly affected lo cive it a tri.d as it seems the ouly
thing that never fails to rcln ve
1'. M. Janmft, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. AV. MiSHini nays i Krom actual ex
perience in the tue of hiiiim.iis Uver Kcgulatur in
oiy practice I have becu and am satisfied to use
and prescribe it as a puriivc n.ediciue.
JraJfTake only the Genuine, which always
has on the Vriu;K-r the red Z Trmlo-MarU
and Signature of J. II. ZKII.1N A CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRWJJSTS.
I'K )KKSH'NAL CAUHH.
Jy I). ISA Y LEV,
OFFICE-With H. II. Candee, City XatioD&l
jjn. jTlT strong,
128 r,KininertUl Ave., Cairo, III.
VAl'Olt, Bf.EGTH') VAl'OK AMD MSDICATKI)
A lady in attendance.
JU. W. C. JOCKLYN,
D KNT I BT.
OWE KifhtS Street, inrrnmi- Av.-'mti
H. B V. WLHTLUCK,
OfTtci No. 1 V Comon-tal Avenue itve
s?eh ' and vti.tv- f t'e' ,
JAI. K. kMITII.
tUBtHT A. "XiTII.
(inind Central Store.
HAIUO. - - ILL.
JaJKW YORK STORK,
VVIIOLKSALE AND RETAIL.
The Larsest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
(iOOJ)S SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. & CO.,
"'"MSr Oiiiro. III.
N. K Thistlewood & Bro.
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
fliviro. ... Illinois.
Mauufactiiror and Dualot In
Alb Htwoi, lietwuun ('oin'l Ave. ud l.uvoo,
CHOKE BOIUNO A SPECIALTY
ALL JUNDH Or AMUNtTION.
afe llajaltsd. All Kindt l KM Madu,
Interesting Developments in
a New York Divorce
A South Carolina Father Avenges
His Daughter's Wrong -A
Lynching in Michigan--General
Nkw Vohk, .June 1.").- A prdil'ar mil for
fi.iiii it,i ." .i- l.icach (if i r.iiuiM! of iiiiu ii i;
caiuc- tip !i. lln- : i.;n -1 o r unui't ln:fi.li' J.kIjjii
0''i')iin.iii iiiij lk uiy. MImi AiiiiL- it.
Ci'iihjDil, a prt-ity vimiiK woman f New
liilllilllulO, il'l'C-ll lolllllV, N. V., U'-ll to
movc-f .'iO.Iiim) front W.llbm J. itin, of
thlaclt). Tin: young hiily vrut on tlie
itanJ mill tontlt! (1 thut In Aui;iii.t, m;&,
th di:f n lant visitt'd New I'.nlliiii-nv anil
while thrre proiuin-il lo nmrry h-r. II';
dlil not kucp his I'luiiilKt', for In J.itumry,
IcW, Li- W!i marriid in HronoVlyn to M s
Sarali J. Policy, wlio Is now his wife, Mic
received a letter dati'd Ici.-ciiilifr, i,
.In which he a'ldiccd licr u Annie."
Thl Idler inforini'd her that h had nuulu
the dlxi-overy thut he loved Knottier pei-on
more limn lie did or ever could Iovk her,
and therefore he. felt ll In lie his duty to nrk
her that nil t.hnul'1 he C'liai'f-ied
over ln twi i-n thnn. i'lil J-t! r wart in
nifiiked ci-nliB't to another iistie dated
Anrjii'i l'i, l,"T!i, in which Mr. tiiin aJ-
lll'l'nM'd In I' rt
"Jivnvs i(!-:i.ii KD iMnr.i.vc,"
"My Annie, " hikI refer to ;li. n)-. and
stiu inv nltht" when he. nuked her if he
wnuld ioc liiiu. I mii cron. examination
MMt Cliilulell said thut ihe called ii on
Mr. (;tiin at !il fntl,. -i 'h
h 'U-ie shorily after he had
iicuid of hm approachinir nmrriaire. Willi
MU l'ollcy. 'l went there," hliesnid.
"hecausc l, lady 10 whom lie aho'il to
lie man led fl-keffine lo O. " Tlie Willi. -s
wt akrd vv hy rhf d"l:iyi-d so !n in an
awerlit.' the letter of Ii-'c. iiitier '.H, Din! lie
aid tliHt lie t'jok his linn! to t. II her ahotlt
it and she took her time to aiivcr.
In anvt r to a ; i i--i t 1 1 t.iit to her liv
cx Reenrdrr Smith the witness said Mic hrid
lived in New Ilnllimore all her lltrtlme, and
her father had lived there ahout rtrtv
years. Her father if a justice of the peace
there. Miss Crandell said that after the
engagement one day Mr. Onln led and
abe told hlin to see her father about the
wedding. ("be left them iilotic.
anil when Mr. Qlilli came out he said:
"Your father ha given his pons, nt
to your marriage. " Tlie witness tr-trtied
that she came to this city several times
With Mr. Onlt). and went to the theater.
Several letters were Introduced inevidrm-',
and frntn one of them ex-Ilecorder rsinitli
read the following, which was writun hy
Mr. Qnln: "MwKarling: Tbin reminds
mo of the nlsrht I asked your father if I
might have sou." Tlie defendant testified
that the subject of tnarriugo was not tin-ii-
tloucd until ip.u, ind when he asked Mr.
Crandell If he could call upon his daughter,
that gentleman told him to s.-e his daughter
about mat. .Mr. yum sani mat lie n-.ui
agreed wltb Miss ( randall that If thetr feel
ings should change then the engagement
sbr uia tie
MI Tt AI.I.Y iN.MI.iril.
Ills feelings did change, and he told her
so hy the letter, which she never answered.
He then made the engagement to his pres.
cm wife. He said upon his cross exami
nation that hi wife had nn income of
.VK) a vear. " He married her secretlv at
firt, hut tlicn had a public wedding. Afler
summing up on both sides and the charge
of the Judge, the Jury retired and soon re
turned with a verdict in favor of Miss (..'ran
dell for H'i.Oki. The de
fendant is a good-looking man about
iwenty-eight years old. As the Jury were
giving tneir veriiict ne sniit to a vvormre-
forter: "I never lived in (ilencovo nor did
ever take the plaintiff to the theater, for I
never had money enough. My advice to
young men Is If they contemplate polni' on a
summer's vacation, do not co to New Bal
timore. If thev do, have nothing to do
with the girls in that locality. "
(kslnrer Shot by his Irtlm'a lather.
liw Yohk, June l'i. A dispatch from
Cbarlestown, C, 1ms the following ac
count of a shooting affray in that city: Hu
mors have bee i life for several days as to
the betrayal of a daughter, sixteen years
old, of Mr. L. W. Kay, a magistrate's con
stable, by L. W. Floyd, a inerclirtt brok
er, at Orce vllle. Floyd positively denied
bis guilt, asserting that the slander had
originated wltb Mr. B. Harrison, who bad
been paying attention to Miss Kay. Floyd
and Harrison were brought together yester
day, when Harrison stated that be had
seen Floyd take Miss Kay to his room in
tho Mituldln ltulldinj., where thev remained
for some time. Flrml called llarrivin a
liar, whereupon pistols were diawn, but
the weapons were seized bv bystanders and a
tragedy was prevented. Miss Kayslronirly
denied hei guilt until last night,
when she made a full and de
tailed confession. About two weeks
ago, she said. Floyd took her out for a ride
to Paris Mountain, live miles from the city.
He induced ber to get out of the buggy,
fiersuaded her to drink wine, of which lie
tad taken along a supply, until she was
well under Its influence, and then
AtroMPi.isiiKi) HF.n m ix.
She acknowledged having gone to his room,
as related by Harrison. The girl's fattier,
accompanied by II. O. King, went to
Floyd's oflice and made a formnl demand
that he should at once marry his outraged
daughter. Flovd refused, and tbeshootiitg
began. Floj d fired first as Kay dtcw his
pistol from bis hip pocket. Floyd tired 3
times and Kav 'i. Kay's seeond shot
struck Floyd in thn right side of the abdo
men, coming out about right Inches from
tho point of entrance. Flovd missed Kay,
but one of his sIhkk struck f . M. Davis, a
bvstnnder, In tlie arm, Inflicting a serious
vf Hind. Kay, believing that he had killed
Floyd, sut rendered himself to the tlieriff.
Ho wns released as soon us it was known
that Floyd's wound was not fatal. The
firing mav bn resumed. The community
apparently hopes that It will be, and sym
pathy Is strongly with Kay.
The raloDlown Tr!jr.
rrnsiiuna, June 13. A Chronicle
special says: (Jttlct reigns onco more In
Uulontown. Young Nutt was visited again
to-day by his mother and two uncles. Jim,
as ho Is familiarly known, lakes his im
prisonment easy, and says nothing
about the tragedy, excepting to
bis counsel, tho lion. W. II. rlayford.
who is preparing a petition, which will
probably bo presented to court to-morrow,
asking tho release of Nutt. There Is con
siderable speculation as to what tho court
will do In tho premises. Tho legal talent
U at sea concerning the matter.
A DcfanllluK Pal master.
. Detroit, Juno 15,Capt. Clinton Spon
uer, postmaster of Yysilanll, has been sus
pended for a deficit of $1,600 in his ac
counts. Great sui prise Is felt over the af
fair, as he was highly respected. He lost
a leg at Gettysburg. He was supporting
some helpless rolatlves who tempted ula
overdraw hli ccouati.i - -
r Tho JIImIsht Juda-e a !efnller.
St. I.otriH, June 15. -In the ProbaU
Ceurt this afternoon John L. Chandler,
appearing In behalf of Mrs. Mary A. Mann
ing, sister of the late thus. V. Ford, made
a motion for an order of court revoking the
authority of Chester II. Kruin, adm nls ra-
tor, for the failure to mako settlcun ut on
the citation which recently Issued. Mr.
Chandler said that the administrator lad
failed to put In appearance. Ho had been
absent from the city for some time. Mr.
Manning had this morning repaired to t Jo
oflice of ex-Juilge John M. Krum. fill i t"
of the absent administrator, and asked him
to open a box containing papers of the
Ford estate, in order to satisfy her mind
as to whether tlie property detailed in the
selllniient was all safe. Judge Krtith de
clined to 0'ien the box, however, and bence
It became an urgent necessity to move for
un order revoking the authority of his
son, the administrator. Mr. Chandler
went on to sav that the settlements
tiled by ex-Judge Chester Krum were false
aud fraudulent on their fare! (Sensation
In court.) Iu his Inventory he entered the
personally, goods, chattels, etc.. at t'J.
O'Jll 7ft. He had carried this item In his set
tlement from l73 to July, iW-J; whereas In
fact the goods and chattels had been sold as
far brick as 1 S74. There was preot of st In
Judge Woemer ordered lu Osmn fit
administrator fto be called nut lo court by
thn marshal, to which there was no re
sponse The Court You can take your order re
voking the authority of Chester II. Knttn
us administrator of the estate of Charles W.
Ford for failure to settle on citation. The
estate will pass Into tlio bands of the public
The last settlement made by Chester
Krum in tills estate furnished the following
Mocks $i!t,rVj 00
Notes 2K,27!t OJ
Accounts iioT is)
Total tl0J.!Md CU
The personally referred to above consist
ed of goods, and chattels, horses, buggy,
etc.. sold neveial years miico.
Mr. (. handler said lo a reporter that be
bad been directed by tlie Ford heirs to In-vcsiigati-
tin; settlement, and the remit
would be duly reported to court. The ac
tion tliis afternoon was prompted by the
relu-al of Judce.lohn li. Krum to open
the box containing the papers of the es
tate. There is no doubt that Cluster H. Knit
Is a defaulter. Mrs. Maiming has visi
tivcly stated that he ought to have rf'n),isM)
in his hands. As there hue been false re
turns and a" the estato is a very rich one,
it is probable that the amount of the defal
cation will run up to a big sum, prohablv
The Plenary I oniirll.
Peohu, III., June 15. In an Interview
this morning Bishop Spaiildiug corrobora
ted the statement that the archbishops of
the I'mted States were co uinanded to ar
range a progranimu for a plenary council
to be held in America. The business of the
council will only pertain to the ecclesiasti
cal offices of this country not Involving Irish
affairs. It is three months since llishop
Spaulding left Home, and the above were
the pontiiic.il intetitiotis at tle time of his
departure. The plans for tlie establish
ment of a Catholic university in this coun
try are immature.
VsshaI.ia, III., June 10. A number nt
Union soldiers met here lasl night for the
purpose of orgsni.ing a post of the (irand
Array of the Republic. V, B. Dennis act
ed as chairman and H. C. Painter as secre
tary. A petition was signed calling for a
charter including muster by-laws and the
presence of a mustering officer. There are
in this vicinity about two hundred old sol
diers. The expense of the organisation
will not exceed iW,
Cutler n Vrnlo.
Wabash, Iml., June 15. At 1 o'clock
yesterday morning, as an excursion train
was backing to La Fontaine, ten miles
south of this city, on tho Cincinnati, l'a
bash and Michigan Railroad, diaries Han
nisler, a farmer, who was stnndlng on the
depot platform, was seized with an cpllep
tic tit and fell upon the track. The wheels
passed over the middle of his body, cutting
it in two and conipictiy disembowelling It.
Bannister was 30 years of age and unmar
ried. Internal Revenue District a.
Washington, June 13. -It Is expected
that the President will commence tbe
changes in tbe internal revenue districts
within a very short time. It is understood
that the present plan contemplates tho
the absorption of one or two districts In
Missouri. It is quite probable that the
Cape (iirardeau district will be wiped
oui and, peruana, apringiieid or ironist
eu. Crook Advancing.
Tombstone, Arizona, Jnne 15. Gen.
Crook has marched from Silver Creek via
Joyces, and by to-morrow expects to reach
some point on tho Southern Pacific, which
wtn place nun in telegraphic communica
tion with the military authorities. He will
then send the Mexican women and children
back to their homes. An album, recoir.
ntzed as belonging to Judge MuComas, was
taken from tue inuians.
A Kisvlahcr Lynched.
Detroit, Mich., June 15. A man
named Warner, believed to he Ihe person
who outraged and stabbed little Ncttlo
Lyons at Sheboygan Tuesday night was
taken from Jail at that p1a:c by a mob of
500 and hung. Tho girl Identified him as
ber assailant, hut he maintained bis Inno
cence, even after being once let down so
that a confession could bo extorted from
A Whlakejr M ardor.
Lnn.E Hock. Ark., June 15. At Var
ner's Station on the Little Hock and
Mississippi Klver railroad on Thursday
night, during an affray in a saloon between
J. W. Dyer, a whlto man, and a negro,
named John Smith, a white man named
H. W. Knight went to Dyer's assistance
and shot tbe negro dead, and then fled to
Halifax, June 15. Tho Grand Lodge of
Good Templars of tbe World adopted the
report of the coramltteo on the color ques
tion, rejoicing In a vindication of the funda
mental principles of the order hy the Insti
tution of tbe order In fourteen out of fifteen
of the Southern States of America. The
session then closed,
Ilradjr'a rrleasu Rejoicing.
Muncik, Ind., June 15. -There Is great
rejoicing here hy General Brady's old-time
friends over his acquittal by the star routo
Jury. He was brought up here and entered
publlo life from this city. About 100 of his
old neighbors havo Joined In sending blin a
Niw York, June IS. Business failures
the past seven days as reported to H, G.
Dun & Co. number 180, against 178 last
week. Of those New England contributed
24, Middle States 2ri, Western Sutos IN;
Southern Spates 05, Paolfio States Is. 3eW
York City 12, ana CftasMl W.
St. Loci, June IB. The glorious ittn
sbl'ie and bracing air yesterday brought
out thousands for the races who had been
Impatiently waiting for the week's sport to
begin, l'hs roads leading to the beautiful
paik, at Coto Brllllautc, were thronged
with gay equipages, the horsu ears had
more passengers than they could carry and
the hourly train from I'nlon depot went out
full each trip. After two postponement,
the spring meeting has open
ed right rowtlly with all
the noted racers of the west
and inuth, and the lovers of horseflesh in
81. Louis are eager to see how fast they can
leave ground behind th"m.
First race-a mile and an eight h all
started. Three out of live at.
the post, Carson came In tirt
In fill's. Black rial second, and
Ktlie II. third. Carson won by half a
Second race A tulle and a half -Five
hoi'sen al (he pole, all started. Holidholder
won In 2:4:1 ', April KimiI second, Tleford
At eleven o'clock In-day. Secretary Clark
got out the liituiieis announcing that "on
account of I lie I ;i-u the races Would be posi
tioned until to-inoi row, " and lisil them
liii'i;' up In the holeU sfld" pool-rooms. It
was mrtner announced thai all pools sold
o.i to day's races were off, and that new
entries will be received al four o'clock this
A llnhont Postal Clerk.
Tol.Ktxi, O.. June 15 Postofliet In
spectors J. H. Brown and W. W. Perry,
of Cleveland, this morning arrested George
Morrison, the. night distributing clerk iu
the postotKce here, charged with robbing
the mails. For more than a year past vari
ous business til ins have lost valuable let
ters, and It became evident that some one
was opening letters and destroying them.
afler appropriating the monied contents.
. .!.! ...... SI ! . . 1
misiiicioii n o upon ji'u nson, aim tie was
delected In the act. 1 pon being arrested
he made a full confession af his guilt.
He was couimitted to await an examination
before the I'mted States Commissioner.
The amount of his speculations is not yet
The Coils Being Tightened about Hill
Star-Route Items Otfer National
Washington, Juno 15. The Hill in-
VestigatluU coiliinillee met to-Uav. Cole
man, counsel for iiuich, cubed attention lu
a leiplest heretofore made upon the super
vising architect's oflice for all papers relat
ing to extra work performed by liai th tt,
lioohhis A Co. , upon the New Voi k posi-
ollice and Intimated this request li"U not
been cotimlled wilb. Thomas, for Hill,
plied counsel bad not specified what partic
ular papers were required, lb"
charges were uot siifb'cienliy definite or ex
Colcmau replied thai the charges and
specifications were as definite and specihe
us would be required tor uu liiuiciiticni iu
half the stale.- of the luiun; thai
ait investigation oi tills cuai
,-tcr-huia uoeil tile dooii, lur Ibe
fullest ltlil upon me omcitii acts oi ueienu
ant. llu would, theruiore, renew Ins re
quest, and would ask tiiu committee to
make the order on the supervising archi
tect for the production of ail papers relat
ing to the extra work performed by Uai l
Icti, Kobblus ii Co. upon tue New 1 oik
posloltice; also copies ut all cuiiliacls. made
with llu in. Alter luither arguiueut witu
out ruling upon the question, tho commit
tee decided to resume the examination of
sjieiiiiia-t in connection with the cliargcs of
irauit and con uplioii iu tlie construction of
Uie l'lilladciphla postollice. Witness had
concluded his calculations and wiwajuc
paled to show the difference bclvveeT the
price paid by the Government lo eon
uaeiois lor dressing stone (or
the cu lire bLiidlng and the actual cost o.'
work, based upon a liberal estimate of la
bor. The total amount paid by the Gov
ernment to contractors wus JM(J,70U. Tho
cosl to contractors, allowing a libeial esti
mates at least thirty per vein, for profit, was
4W, NX), leaving a balance of ;17.i,iha un
necessarily paid hy the Government. '1 he
basement and a portion oi te second story
having beeu begun under u lillecu per cent,
contract and completed under a modified
contract, these portions could uot be in
cluded in tho calculations, but a rough es
timate oi the difference betwecu these two
prices would add about Ut),0uij io I lie plu
mis v..M.uuded StcinineU' testimony, and
the question arose whether the coiiiiuiiluc
and deleiiso would admit that I he same- ex
cess, relatively, existed Iu tbe cosl of other
public buildings erected under Hill, or
whether the prosecution should bu required
to repeat their proof with expert testimony
as to each. Alexander, of the committee,
suggested that as the same principle won id
extend to all tbe buildings II Would seem
lo devolvo upon the prosecution to conned
Hill with the fraud cuarged In this alleged
extravagance in tho erection of the Phila
delphia bullillng. Coleman lepjftd thai it
might he as had in principle to iTcal oOMI"
as tJ.uUO.uoo, but tne deiense might say as
to olio building: "We admit extiavagance,
but have yuu coinuclcd Hill with any
Iraud?" The prosecution weru able and
propossd to prove tbe same extravagance,
mismanagement or fraud were shown iu
connection with all the buildings, and that
contracts continued lo bu made afler the
supervising architect had been repeatedly
warned and advised of tbuir uulainus
to the govurnmout.
A Imig discussion ensued, llavored v It la
several sharp passages hutweeu the coun
sel. The point, however, was not decided
and the committee adjourned until to
morrow, vt'buu sicliiuicu will be cross
examined. MeJolrliiK Niisr-ltontera,
Washington, Juno 15 -The friends of
tho star-route thieves had a povv-wovv at
Hob, ltigersoll's house Thursday night.
The house was crowded and thn side-walks
were thronged with a sympathizing assem
bly. The acquitted men and many of their
friends, Including very many women met
at Ingcrso I'a to exchange congratulations.
Col. Ingersoll and others spoke brlelly, de
nouncing ihe government for Its manage
meiil of the star-route trials, eulogl.lng the
Jury which ncqulttod the defendants and
congratulating tho latter upon I he happy
conclusion of tbe trial, Kach speech n rou'
eil the wildest enthusiasm. Iu which, with
out exactly knowing whv, the outside crowd
loudly Joined. Brady, "Dorsey, Miner ami
Vaile received a perfect ovation, and
Mis. Dorsey and oilier ladles,
(near relatives of thn defendants)
moved briskly about and ad
ded much to the vivacity of tbe scene.
After the speoch-inaklng Col. Ingersoll
set up th drinks and asked tho crowd In.
Among thoso who entered was Juror Kv
sns, who was seized by Mrs, Dorsey and
Mrs. Peck, who linked arms wltb him a'ld
perstisdod him through tho hoeisc, pre
senting him to the assemblage as one of the
twelve honest men. After an hour or so of
pi" tty active drinking, the crowd dis
persed, Col. Ingersoll waa asked by a re
porter what he had to say about the ver
dict. He replied: "Victory lithe only
I revenge I want. I think It la tbe most
popular verdict that bai been given la tali
eeuuiry for ouugr jaxs"
London, June 15. Tbe Times lays the
sentence! of the dynamite conspirators,
Dr. Gullnghet, Whitehead, Wilson and
Cui'tln, are severe, but, considering the
helnousncss of the offense, they ar not
much more than their deserts. All the
London Journals approve the sentences.
The News says the convicted men deliber
ately declared war against society and have
no right to complain of the coiniequenoes.
Lonixin, June 15. The Commons last
night passed the bill providing for grants to
Lord Alcester, Admiral Seymour ami Lord
Wolselev for services rendered during the
war in F.gypt.
Duiii.in, June 15. Tho Freeman's Jour-
tl says, of the Loudon dynamite conspira
tors' life sentences: "The miscreants got
what they richly deserved, and it Is hoped
that all others caught In the same diabolical
business will meet with like treatment.
Such a mode of warfare as it is evident
these men Intended carrying out, blowing
up houses, etc., can do no coiue, svaiuat-t-r
how Just, any good, and only tends to
bring odium on the people and nation In
whose cause auch acts are claimed to be
t IlASC E.
Paris, June 15, Admiral Pierie, com
mander of the French fleet at Madagascar,
In bis report of the bombardment of Ma
Junga, May lrl, says he demanded tho sur
render of Ihe place but received an evasive
reply. Five vessels opened fire on the
town and tlie three forts, mounting thirty
guns, were quickly silenced. The Hova
quarter of tho town was destroyed by the
l'reuch. The factory Riid most of the
American houses escaped Injurv. The pr
ison of two thousand men retreated. The
French sustained no loss of men. They oc
cupied the town and arc collecting customs.
15r.iu.iv, June 15. Hcrr von Gossler.
Minister of Ecclesiastical Aff tlr, stated to
tho committee of the Lower House of the
Landtag, which has the church bill tinder
consideration, that Hcrr von Schloeger,
Prussian Representative at tho Vatican,
was not entrusted w:th a special mission,
but had established a position wbich shows
negotiations were continued.
JH'Rl.isf, June 15. Healy will resign hi
seat iu the Commons for Wexford, and will
contest an election in county Menaghan for
The Captured Apache.
WaaniNdTov, June 19. Secretary Lin
coln will not decide at present what dispo
sition shall be midn of the captured
Apacbes. He will wait until be receives
more definite Information from General
Mel hod t t Conlerenra.
St. CaTHKrtnkn, June 15. At the Lon
don conference of the Methodist Church
here, the vote on the union question was
taken at two o'clock this morning, resulting
iu a defeat by 18 majority.
Natch KZ, June 15. The ease of Albert
Miles, sentenced to be banged here to-day,
was taken to the Supreme court. There
will be uo decision until February,
Yacht l apslaed.
Troy, X. Y., June 15. - The Yacht
Hebe canslred In - ti.u un i,ase
Cliamplatn. Th captain and mate were
The Continental ftnnrri.
HosroN, June 15. Tho Continental
Guards are taking a harbor excursiou to
day, THE MARKETS.
JL'NK 15, 1883.
CATTLE-Demand limited; slow and
weaker: exports t58.VrfOoU; good lo
choice shipping 5 Iiir35 70; common to fair
HOGS I-'.irj active and firm; 5e
higher: light jii H7i6 75; heavy packing
and shipping Hi ti'iuxO 05; mixed packing
81. I.OI IX.
CATTLE Export steers.") UOfird 15; goo I
to heavy do $5 ftOdM 75; light to fair $5 t
(all 40; common to medium &4 (155 00:
fair to good Colorado WK 60; southwes;
P 755 00; corn-fed Texans U 25fa5 50;
light to good stoekers $1 Ouftg IK); fair to
good feeders H H'tivi 25; common to choice
native cows and heifers rf.'l 004 85; scalla
wags of unv kind $3(3:1 50.
HOGS Stronger; nctlvo demand, mainly
for Eastern shipment. Light to good
Yorkers W 4urdii (10: common to eood
packing $0 Wi- 60; butohers and Philadel
phia W DOrcM 75; pigs f5 c-Ouit! 00; skips
and culls $5rt5 05.
SHEEP Common, medium and light
i 4urrt;t 50; fair to good $f AOfflt 00; prime
-at oo; fair to good Jcxans j 7or
WIIEAT-Lowcr, closing at $1 00 V
July; tl 11 K August; $1 12V .Sep
tember; $1 14 October; fl 08K year.
COKN Lower, at MH June; 5rt
July; 00 August; 68 September J 60 (
OATS Lower at 30 H Juno; iWK
July; aisrav August; 80 September; Mis
year. sr. i.ot'ts.
WH KAT Lower; closing at$l 18 June;
fl ll July; Augtist;$l 11 Soptembcr;$l
WH October: $1 15't year.
COKS Lowers 4!)1 June; 60S' July;
62 August; 53V September; 53V Octo
ber; 45V year.
OATS Lower; 40 June; 30V Julv;
21! August; !WV year.
WHEAT July $1 0: August $1 22V;
September 1 24V; October $1 20V.
COHN July 06; August 06V ; Septem
ber OH V; October 07 H.
OATS .July 43; August 41 V; Keptein-
4 ounir I'roduee.
nUTTER Choice to fancy creamery at
17W20, occasionally a shade more Is obtained
for selections In a small way;
dairy at 14AMI for choice to fancy, and
17 for seleotloni; fair to good 10ri?li; com
mon 8 10. Country packed dead dull and
weak at 8 for lelocted; fslijto good oYa)7,
EGGS Current receipts were low at
14 V, supply light and demand moderate.
LIVE POULTRY Old chickens h light
supply, fair demand, steady at fl 60&: 76
for cocks; fclSUrcM 75, for mixed; and
$4 00 rt 25 for hens. Springs small and
ovciplentlfiil, dull and easier demand on
ly for choice large. Quote small and
scrubby Httl 60, medium slued $:r? 25,
and good sized $2 60fJ 76. Other poul
LKA1 '-Steady and firm; refined 4 15
del; hard (chemical) 4 12 H.
Country markets ratherdull. Weather In
England wet. Good mixed American off
ooast and mixed American corn to arrive
deollned 6d. Spot wheat dull and easier;
No. 2 spring Bald; No.8 spring 8s Id:
Western winter 9 Id; Weitarn corn dull
at 6s 4d. Demand from I'nlted
Kingdom and Contlneat dull fvr wheat and
oora. - Receipts of wheat for the past week
440,000 centals, f wlltd. 1.4,000 were
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