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OA1RO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 17, 13.
A Household Article for Universal
Family I .
For Scarlet and
l'ox, Mcusles, and
all Contufclou Diseases,
Sick should use it freelv
1'ennni. waiting on
Searlct rcver lias
nfvtr been known to tprcail where th Huiil u
used. Yellow 1'rver hut been cured witli it after
black vomit Imd taken pluct,. 1 lie wont
catu of l)ihihena yield to It,
fevered ..ml Hick Per- I RMAIX-FOX
mum r.fieslii-'l and ' and
Itcd Hoie prevent- riTI'INtl f Hiiiatl
ihI by b.illi i nrf with
Impure Air ma le
haiialck mid purilk- I.
Fur Horo Throul it is a
For r routed lent,
A n. 'inber of my fam
ily was taken with)
SmJI po. I used the
I luid ; the patient wu
not delirious, was not
pitted, and wu aliout
Ibe hnuc Kain in three
weeks, and no others
had it. -J. W. l'AHK.
Ion secured liy its uc.
rililp rrvrr prevented
To purify tde Ureal h,
CImdm th Teeth,
it can't be surpassed
CaUrrh relieved and
ItuniH relieved iiUntly,
An Antidote for Animal
or Vegetable Poison,
I uscj die rluid during
our present aflltcttoii with
Scarlet revcr with de
cided advantage. It is
Indispensable to the lick
room. Wu. K. Sanu
fon, Eyrie, All.
The phyticiani here
use llsrhyt Fluid very
successfully in the treat
ment of Diphtheria.
Teller dried up.
( holcru prevented.
Vlccr purified and
In rase of Death it
should he used about
the corpse it wili
prevent any unpleai
The eminent I'hy.
alelan, J. MAIUON
Ml. M. I) New
York, says : "1 am
Convinced I'rof Harbyt
I'ropbyLuic fluid is a
Vamlerbllt V uiverolty, Niiidivlllc, Tenn.
1 testify to the most e .ellent qualities of I'M.
Darby I'ropliylai lie fluid. A a disinfectant and
drirr-nt it it hold thcoretUally and practiuilly
onor to any preparation with wtiM.:h 1 am ac
tjuamted. N. T. Ll't-TOH, I'rof. Chemistry.
Iiiirbys I'luld U Itecniiimciiilcri by
ll. n. Alhanihh II. Sruviii ns, of Georgia;
ker. (.'has. r. UkkMi, U.D., Church of the
fctraiUjem, S. Y.;
lis. l.itC'oKiri, Columbia, Prof ,1 'diversity. S.C.
Krv. A. J Haiti., I'r f . M .rer University ;
kev. (.j go, r . I'lKktH, bishop M. K. (.'hun.li,
IXDIsrKNSAUI.K TO KVKItY 1KIMK.
I'erfectly karmient. I ed miernally of
cilrrnaily (or Man or l'.tat.
The Fluid Um bi-fii iboruWy i, vie I, and we
have at on !ant evidfiioi- that it ha d'.ne cvr r) ihini;
here claimed I r luli'-r inf'ipution tft il youi
liru I a pampi.iet ia kt.J to the propncton,
j. u. i:ii.in c..
Manufacturing Chemnu. I'lll I.A 1 iKI.I'III A.
f I). DAY LEV,
NOT A iiY
II. II. Cain'.vc, City National
)H. J. E. STUONO,
128 ConinicniAl Ave, Cairo, III.
VATOll. EI.K'.TKO VAI'UH and MGDK'Al'KD
simlii etcrcd dni'y.
A Udy in attendance.
D K N T I S T .
OKKM K-E'ehtS htreM. ner Comr errta'. Atnine
U K W. WHITLOCR,
Ornoi-No. ISA C.immircia!
ICrH'iand Nti.th Htret
tit . n. aaiTii.
KUUKIIT 1. IITII.
Grand Central Store.
di: A I, KIIS IS
n All to. - -
jEW YORK STORK,
WHOLI'iVI.E AND KFa,J,AIL.
The Urgest Variety Stock
IN TIIK (MTV.
(100 1 )S SOLD VERY CLOSK
O. O. 1 'AT l KU (to CO..
Cor.NlnuUuntlHtrtftt) 411 1 TO, III.
N. K Thistlewood & Rro.
URAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LKVKB,
.MamifttciiinT and Doalut ln-
eih Ntrciu. between t'tuu'l Ave. and Lovtn),
t'HOICE noitlNO A 8PKC1ALTY
ALL KINUH OP AMUNITION.
af llaalt(t. All Klndaol lUyi Made,
m -fc, - .- -i- - -. - - -ar-an I
A "CGfMRER" CORNERED,
McGeooh; the Great Lard Deal
Great Emc'Ic merit on 'Change
Chicago and St. Louis-Others
Aifeotcd Full Par
CmrAiiiiiKji.-lo A fcmon of cxtr.a
ordliisi .'., it i:.i at' .iilnl on '( limine
llllllli'il i tojj .f' tiiu i.JicillllK thin Hliil'llllli;
liy a i tiiuor (rnly bmiauot utiout t tint the
flrm uf iDintnr ."ilieoch, Lverln,'linm
A Co. , wko ii.ve dx' A loK time been luokeil
oil a tba liijnv'ib-t d!r lit lard .u,il other
provltioiij, mi th l.1rVwi;i IViaifl liuil faiiej,
Tlib Mj!i aiji-rtMnli vertlli''d by a
mrtnlicr l fii in itiilutliig ulmut on tun
floor of tin' ' 'lintiej. oj'l notifying nil wit ii
whom UK v (ro k' I on li', l-ioii
dual toann tl.fin"niu. hornet liinif of tliu
nature of it j unta aipeared to le tb
prorlMoti ayiiintr and for a
tinm tntr4 Iti othur tradlnft wa k't.
Th fffatit k U m ih at one, In iiini;i
tlonn of Iaf4 and Julv oitloli, which
yeaterrtaj- im mjj ta li.H'4 and eln-ei
tendjf at li.V, ljT)4il (town to 10. W KB an in
itial rlrap mul dim kept on c-
ending n e uiwlc nut 9:9t wuc ic:i hul,
wlileh we ilr' hM cjuhI tit point of eoiiiiur
A tlKof OV fpit! y ( K.V 18
a bticlifl lntwheat. Oitier oiit loin felt thu
enrn ,n nur (ouiiiiBT, mil an in a ineaunn;
otiuwhat j2Xj(r't In tone, ind lit eleven
n'r'oek ti Juit xOiiua lull loIk- lun'K to
!. WS, hwt njfi4irit! iip'afn dceliiu'd to
9.50. An effort to sir r'tslii the extent to
which MvXannnh, Krfiuglmm A Co. hitd
tieen opariAut f.ti od, notri upon m J ill-:t-tlon
to hl'ii ml to viiLi of tliu fioard
of Trad. I. in ire:tri kViulrv shows it to
bare Ue iniu-ha! Iwny aud tli lnh un
der ih ;-iikeii nuri()i" piotiorti'iimtelr
hjrire. Tlie linn U ui reported to Imve
dealt bear.. In but thin tiioi nln
aniimniivft n ali.l.lr tn cure for all lt
d'a in ttilr- (NttnniMTM boing on the wln-
ninu k;u ua Uie FTiMlket now Mulius.
CtMiln r,prcnt-J to hill Um effect of the tjrop
in um vn in ear inaitet, utui an kimi
W'ete qilotl a eiUbiH!. hut not enniliiv
lower. 'Dfaflinjc ioaiket brought In it'a
train pleiila of utimr rtuuoddliis fullure.
but Up Iv 11:80 tiere D0Ullu definite to
The lioi;o fli ui itieJared to an Associ
ated Wks "presitalivb thut they would
mane n iBctn oi Mir kind before to-
morrcw. Peter McOikci, th(i bead of the
arm, is a loirient vi Mtiwuttkee, and Is fa
miliar. Mved Milwaukee Milk
man." UH nputeXJ to have bfeu a leader
In a Bota'e,r of d4rio4 liAl movements on
botb lb Vdrai ntA JlBwaukee markets,
and b failed here tvoffars ago. Ills linn
cumn prruiiuei)tiy beforn the public two
e.'k ng rlk their filal tj receive a lan:e
cooifi)8!.".it of bird faytn Cbleiuo on the
Bmini t w,u, hflyii'd, and over which
alapnted f-i'l an tnvealatlon on th liouril
l nw (w jrnreH. I be Urm b.i
Inoe acci't','l t'jiiard in nuoittlun under
T. I.evtTi, June 16.-There wan Intense
exHtetU 'wt in 'Chanf," thla forenoon over
tb new af Mcfii-arii'a fnilure, The first
report eaiiic' In nt icd early hour, sliuply
atatittK. "MuUissixi bn bustod." the
Chliwgo piwMan nmt l.et had opened large
ly lower anaVr eej rut down rapidly and
heavily. larcTviriwefl ihu worst fr:nk, a
It wa In thJi SlcOwoch waa prlnt'lpally In
terwitt'd, July lurd fu ChlraKO, which
eWcd yw-raja)- at 11 IT He, Hold down to
D.Ofx:, a oV.ifntj of ZHt a pound, which is
ejuui to y.w .rfierxa., or m, iuu tor a iinu'ie
lot of S tUjv fid' teirilile decline
created inral .0' ivHirt on 1 1 : floor, eipijc-
ally In toe ' envaxinn comer.' A
larjte croweil emlfd nronnd and wntched
the chalk tmirka i the!- dwindled riipldiy
downward. Tim Ealienrh iIcrI in lard
hua been watrjicd wtt!: profound Interest
by 8t. Ixtit oruriiirt. iicUeoch bulled
the mirtfii to alilj:lj t'O'mt ome time aaio.
but WltriLa JKist efMle of Weeks nr so it
baa beerV "i.Tawnv ttb him. His re
fusal to t,ie Vler lurd on coutrnct
ivb the wobuU Unit tt Vf adulterated, the
ducMon i.inrt Mio W ttwe iiommlttcr, his
cctttKt of tie liml uwurT protest, and
the irtibii'(iieit trial .Vrfitlng iMtt of tt, Inter
rated evl-ri i Ji'ht !t"0ally. t. l.ouls
will not af'fwTbritu jtbU fullure. erv
few dealj- bfiuo lwi trnsaeilons with
McGeaebjaujd tliew IM enough to hurt
them. eatr(.xlltiarv limp in rrU-es
will wa In very lieuvy
margiua tsclng demanded' now
againar uny w4a imty lie
long hi tniiwo ftiMtoti. f ttt the M.
Lout mini iuu wu airte to meat these ml In.
The oplumifv as prefty (teneriilly rxiii'es.ed
In the jHovieUiu rvntcr that the decline
in me ptoi u-Kiu rurnr inni i ii t
could not Im-i4 hv ftTiil thut thcr
ho a react. rh; jailttloti vh
vol fH1 . fvrim irfit? lb lowest
reached piVoe uiniefl aliarply upward, and
in a very v nutiutw n.uiu wus l em iieii tor
It ta yol lmtn.!W to deleriiilne the
number f li'nis.-s, wM are e.ti Hcd down
III tjio wi'i'ii. I'MiAl hdliii-es ate reiiot'ted
on the hanrd. Talstr Jb Wilson. M. l'.all A
Co., El Ho 'A M).'btiii', U. II. CraliH
Co., YV, M. Matlin & Co., ami llollv
Allen are repollod penl"cl. Several
Will UlldmaiiU'( i voitllhtlii litlsltirss when
tliey llnd Where tlicy ntoiid. T'licy are loser
from hV'tuy " to olxty thousaiuls
dollar ajio : Vber itr lioiunl to
follow. W. . KiiMwIm Is said to
have lost i.Hilo mr Hlckled JIO.OtH), but
are all rb;bl I r i yaody haa heptt t'liiilit.
SUrtflnii Wc ilt' lios. I id bleak leintr no
udueii Mii.Mat. Musi ,of thn lirokera
expect a rally neO week, on tlio Imnrd It
la claimed tMxt bc iimlii fillure Is much
(trenter than MefJnitiV fl riii admits In its
st4iteiiietitlint ..bat iany can pav iieurlv dol
lar for ilnlliM-
Thn llsai'lfae ore JiYW.NlO. nml the ,i..,.i-
will He ahain him tlmt amount. Mr. Kver-
ItiRbam abtw tiey wea,i dl.appolnted this
morning lp fnllute tr MMarttntu a loan of
(,6'HI,IKirt, nTlfl ween raHinniled to suspend.
THrfT.prmi' AT kl.l.WU'KRK.
Mll.WAt'HVK. dime In. The break on
lurd did ne.1 eiui-u an? failures here, but
tuanv I'.nnita'ssipii uicii ko inom-y bv It. It
la l uiiliiiml that inmrly one hundred ihou-
aand Mere .wcni'.iarHed b MllwniAjcce
warttea, hnr itnion.oT n wn arnppeu sevenu
'lava agn, t-Mil rlml Mc.(eneb'a lioiati
ralli'oail here' Ik nw hold In tho name of lili
Thhnkjm. K. ,., Jtiue Kb Y lee-Chan.
cellnr lllrd bi-rj:iv.i;id a dcdklon granting
tha petition of Janiui Yites for the
appointment of ', rrVr for Ube Cltv Pot
lory Cnniyaim W Trenlon, llubilltlci
lf.si),000, o( Wt.leh nro louuted by
mor,8flK' ;, ' '
Am AnortlnnUI Arqalltml.
Ci.kVBi.Aiii. O.. Jijua 111. 1 ho itirr
failed to g'e Lit the oi of Mrs. Sylvia L.
Webster, InilfcK'd abortion. They
itond iwveu feTcouviWwtl aiid live far at
Yaraaerbllt'a Kia .raart lrle With
Maud H. anil Alulnn.
New Yoiik. June 10. Mr. William II.
Vandorbllt yestiirduy afternoon drove till
celebrated team Maud S. and Aldluo over
the track of thn Ueiitleincn'a Drlv.tiK Park
In 2:1Vt, lowering tho record of 2:1(IV
made by Mr. Frank Work's team, Kdw ird
and Kwiveller. There wero about ilfty
membera of the club at tliu club-house.
and In answer to their entreaties to n've
them a trial Mr. Vanderldlt iimwcu-'d
somewhat tartlv: "1 be diinied If I do-i't.
iluthen ordered the team to ho taken Iiom
the shed, and an they were backed out and
the wheels cracked to enable liini to pet in
he said: "This watron and pole weighs 211
pounds; I weigh K), that.'. 400 pounds
ulmut eighty pounds more than Kdward
and Swlvellei-pulled around the track."
The quarter ini'e was passed In SUV aec
onds. Tbev wero kept ha I'd at Work and
went steadily, and amid the cheers of the.
crowd on the club house steps passed
tho half-mile polo lu 1:0.V. : tho time for
the second (planer helnn exactly the aatne
as the first. Turniii): Into the third iuartei
they maintained the sumo level Kalt and did
the three quarters of a mile in 1:41, bavins;
taken tuirtv-tlve aecondu for the thlid
quarter ana having done the half mile from
the quarter to the three-quarter mile marki
In 18V . The crowd ut the Club-house tbeu
began to cheer and It must be said that the
millionaire driver of the priceless team
heard the shouts ua he urged them on to
p renter speed. As they nwii0; round the
aliarp curve at the entrance to the borne
stretch they seemed fuiily to tl y and at they
reared the wire their driver caught the
lines iu his left hand and switched bia Ion;;
whip through the air, never, however,
striking them. As they dashed under the
wire a wild shout went up, and a cry of
2:1ft announced to Mr. Yaudcrbllt his sig
nal triumph over Mr. Frank Work. Of
the twenty watches on the trial thirteen
were stopped at 2:1.'), and three at 2:15V,
and it was decided thut the majority should
rule, and thn lime wus announced at 2 : 15 .
This made the last quarter 34X seconds,
and the lust half 1:10.
!. 4onlr Mission to Europe.
Nkw Yokk, June Ki. Mr. Jay Gould
yesterday received a dispatch from hi son,
George Gould, announcing bis arrival in
Liverpool. It is announced, on authority,
that George Gould's mission to London is,
as has been reported, la connection with
the delivery of a large block of Western
I'uion stock to capitalists in (London. He
will be in Europe about two month. He
received but a day's notice of sending him
to London. The exact amount of atock
carried on hv him is not known, but ll var
iously estimated at from 8'I,0jo In S0.000
shares. Mr. Jay Gould's friend assert
that onlv a part of this stock wat tuld by
til in personally, but waa bought for the
London c iidtulists iu tbU market in order
to et:tMtsh the W cstern Union stork on tho
J.omloii market. Before aeeurity can be
listed on the London stock exchange it
mut b.. shown that a lurge block of It te
owned in London and tnus the necessity of
this transfer. Y'oiing George, who ha
never been abroad hefore, la expected to
combine buaiuess with pleasure.
Two .Vegroee Ilanered la Houlb farts.
CoMMitiA, S. C, Juno 10. Sol. Hewitt
and Willie Hardee, both colored, were
hanged at Cenwayboro, tho county seat of
Harry county, at noon yesterday. The
crime for which they paid the extreme
penalty or the law wu the murder, on
October 27, of Jeremiah Stalvey, an aged
white man. I heir purpose waa robbery.
Three other colored men, Hob ( amy. Ned
(irisetln and Shode I'aniel were at tbe
time brought undor suspicion, but at the
trial these three men were acquitted.
on the Kith of lust month Ucw
itt and Hardee managed, with the conniv
ance of a colored hoy, to make tholr escape
from aii. but subseuticntiv they were re
captured and brought hack. In their
escaue thev cut the throat of a white pris
oner to prevent hi giving an alarm, but
he recovered afterwards. The negro boy
is awaiting trial for aiding the escape of the
prisoners. A large crowd assembled yes
terday for the purpose of witnessing tbe
execution, but only a few were admitted to
the Jail yard, the law forbidding a publlo
A Unhld'a Sensational Starring.
Hai.ti.mokk, June lfl. The Kev. L. M,
Lllienthal obtained ft license for his mar
riage with Itcbeccu Lllienthal, "Lotta
(lalloway," who has been living with him
as his adopted (lunghter for several
months. Lotta became acinialnted with
the Kabbi about fifteen month ago, and
thortly afterward he professed conversion
to the Hebrew faith, and In toe preume or
several witnesses formally .renounced the
Christian religion. She was then chri'
tened Hebeeca r.lllenthal. She adopted the
Kev. .Mr. l.tiienthai as her rather. She
subsequently said that oho loved Llllenthai
ilearlv, and upoke of and toDtmas'-papa.
Some time ago the couple quarrelled, and
Ucbccea took leave of papa on account, a
she charged, of abuso and bad treatment at
hi bauds. They were, however, eenn-
rated only a fortnight and then tbey made
arrangement for an early wedding. The
sister of Itehecoa anv she will take stuns to
question the right of Lllienthal 's marriage :
and, further, that she Is In possession of
evidence blghlv dumagtng to hi reputii'
tlon. Twi Kabbi refused to marry the
couple, and thev were united in the Cty of
Washington, sue is eigDieen ana ne t
thirty-eight years of age.
An Alnbnma Lynching.
Ski. ma, Ala., June 10. Jordon Corbln,
the negro fiend who on Monday night iiuir
dered Benjamin Carden and severely
wounded lit wife and son, In order that he
might carry out a dlubolleul design agaimt
his victim! daughter, and who was cap
tiired and placed in Jail at Wetuinpka on
Wodticsdat , was taken out the same night
bv a mob of from 4w to ,hi ami iviiched.
Cnrhln's ct'line was at the house of Carden
near Kockford, Coosa eountv, and was one
of the most cold-blooded in iho history of
crime. After Carden had been shot hi
wounded wife barricaded the door with a
bed, on which her dead husband was lying.
The daughter cannned to the woods iu tho
night, and has since been found almost
dead from fright, She la not ex
pected to live. Tho mother and ton will
I Women t'remaled.
Pinsiittim, June 10. A Chronicle
Washington, Pa,, spoehl ay: The re-
mains of Mrs. Bertha Blechcn, who died
In New York on the l.'lth, were put In the
retort of the Lemojno furnace at 9 o'clock
lust night. 1 ho ashes we c removed at
midnight, she wu a Gemnm and a mem
ber of the I'nltod State Cremation Com
pany. Her ashes will be sent to Carlsi hue,
BThobodvof Mr. Cornelln Wnlbercr.
wlfo of Simon Wolberg, it mining broker of
w torn, arnvea at ii o'clock tut morn
ing and wn taken Immediately to thn cre
matory and plnooo In the retort. When the
ashes nro lifted they will bo sent to her late
resmenno ami put in an urn ana placed ou
tuo parlor niautoi.
A Ulg Blaae.
MONTtiitAi., June 10. The Coallcook
Knitting company' mills burned. Ma
chinery Insured for $26,000. Klguroi on
toe nuiiuing ana hook not yet obtain-
Cincinnati, June 16. -The firm of N.
Mosei A Co., oloibler. failed. Tbe liabili
ties wlU uat exceed tV0M,
Kr4UII tbaaaa ma nraw
Waihinotom, D. C, June 16. -In th
erlmlnal court U-day Morris, law partner
f Merrick, atatedln the case of liiuilr
and otben that he waa requested to aay for
Merrick that Rerdnll desired to withdraw
the I le of guilty and substitute one of not
guilty, and special counsel for the govern
mem consrmmi k mis being done, rim
court said that lterdell must conn)
Into court and make the plea,
and ordered that be Ia bromrht
in Monday. The court aald further lm
thought tbe best tiling to be done would
be to finer a motion In uirot nt
Judgment, ruder the laws it required
at lea! two to commit conpii acv, mm
could not do It. As the other defend-
had been acquired of the charges, the
court would tind itself unable lo pass sen
tence on Kciiie!!.
Heady Atiilu ludlrldl
YVAAHINiiiiiN', June PI Ow-kiR to Ibe
Inability of Hill's counsel to be present to
day tho cross-examination of (Jen. .Stein-
metz was defenod tilt Monday.
The grand Jury this morning- brought in
anotner iikiiciiiu'iii aiainsi i nos. ,i. itrmiy.
It chargea that on Jitiy 13, !, defend Hit
made a eaaitriiei with .1. B. Price to car.y
the mail on the 'onte from Socorro, New
Mexico, to Slher ( liy and back, seven tiniei
a week on a schedule or thlrty-nve bour',
from Align -t 1st. InsO. to June iioih. 1HS,
for 411, .W. and tlmt on November Kil, IMtf),
the contractor paid (ien. Brady iJ.'.'.Vi as
compensation for awarding the contrai.
The wilnesses are .loliu A. Walsh..!, tl.
Price, Jo. Cochran and J. XV. Brady,
,Hr. Slrkcrson. -a. 2.
WASiiiNiiios. dime IH. M.tJ. Nicker-
son's second wife did not leave the citv with
him, as reported, but has been hero the
past three weeks, and has no Idea, she
says, where the major is. As soon as she
was advised or tnc action or me Philadel
phia court. informed the major she
could not live with him and they separated.
She baa not seen bini since.
Washixuio.n, June Id. The condition
the Treasury, to-day: Gold coin and bul
lion, Jia')..W,7T8; silver dollar and bul
lion, fll4.247.4I4: fractional silver coin.
$2M!W,MU: I'nited states notes. Vi.'l, l.Vi,.
a4; total, :i!i,3S2,;il2. Certificate out
standing: Gold, iHd.loT.NV); silver, 71,-
o')H,l&li currency, jis, ,.a,uiju.
Tbe Lawyer' fee.
Wamhinuiov, June 1I. The payments
thus far made to the Government counsel
In the star Koute cases are a follow: Ji'o
Bliss, $4'.2UH.1S; to Brewster, ..,0u0; to
Cook, (i.li4'J.in; to Gibson, to.000; to Ker,
7,872.48; to Merrick, dl,o00.
Giien in a New York Court by August
New Yokk, June 10. At the trial of
John Ilevey, who is on trial In tbe general
sessions before Judge Cowing, charged
with criminal libel upon Mr. Aiigiit Br
mont to-day, Mr. Belmont wit Interrogated
as to his connection with the Democratic
patty, ami was asked 11 he bad ever asked
any gentleman of political influence to see
Mr. Uevey. To all the questions he an
swei'cd in tbu negative, but added: ''
veuttoome gentleman of influence, not
political influence, but of high standing
ami a-k them to go to Mr. Pevey and show
him how I hud been calumniated, and to
get hi m to retract the article. Thme were
Cardinal McCloskey, Mr. John E. Devlin
and MaJ. Haggerty"
"Will you be kind enough to specify the
injurv you have sustained In your reputa
tion" Mr. Belmont. Impulsively: "The great
est injurv which can be Inflicted on a man,
the attack on mv reputation as nn honest
man, the attempt to Injure what I hold as
dear as mv life, my children. "
"What did you say your name was?'
"And you were born where!'"
"I have answered that once, but I have
Mr. Bang objected, and Mr. Cmtello
"I apprehend I am not in a poition to
aTiow that bin name is not Belmont. ' '
"Y'ou lie, sir!" shouted tho witness,
"Y'on must not say that, Mr. Belmont,"
taid the court.
"I will av it If he repeat that," said
Mr. Belmont, but Mr. Costello changed tho
subject by asking whether the bills of ex
change had ever formed the subject of se
cret correspondence, and the proceeding
resumed their ordinary character. This
apparently closed the examination, when
Colonel Spenc-r said: "I would like
right here to give Mr. Belmont an oppor
tunity to tell about Ibe name. Let Mr.
Belmont wear that he never went by uuy
Mr. Belmont (passionately) "I will
wear, you d d rascal." A moment later
he continued: "I will answer again that
I was carried away Into using an
expression which I should not
have used, but which ia exactly true. But
1 will explain thut years and years ago, be
cause I was a verv young man, hardly 21,
and intrusted with K""" iniuresta fnmi the
moment I look an Interest In politics, the
opposition puiinclied upon me with the most
infamous lies, one of them bv a man who Is
dead, whom I had befriended, and who
came aft -rwards to me anil went upon his
knees and brgged my pardon, defaming my
poor mother (with faltering voice. ) I bear
the iiameofiny father and grund-futher
ami mv poor mother, my poor mot her w ho
is tlcad, and I am know n so where 1 was
born, (weeping) honorublv born. I sweur
it. I wlh 1 was twenty year younger uml
not holding it position of trust. Then no
ni in should say anything different to nn
without re, 'retting It."
Ibe MInbIiik Judun'a find Kerord.
Si. 1.01'l.s, Juno ll. On the 12th of
June, 12. William Kobertson, a dry
goods merchant, retail, doing business ou
Fourth street, cxeMited tin assignment for
the beiietlt of creditors, Chustcr II. Krutn
was appointed assignee, nml tho Circuit
Court required lilm to give bond for $du,
(ski, The slock was vitlueil at about p'.
nun, Til" establishment was closed this
morning of the assignment, ami tho slock
was subsequently sold to Win. Burr Co.
Strange to say, there Is not a record or a
single document showing what bucoiuo of
Ibis assigned estate.
A reporter called id iho llarr store this
afternoon nml ascertained that Judge Krum
hud received a check dated July Id, 1S2,
for the amount of 4H,4KO.on and given the
firm a receipt for the suinn as assignee of
tho Kobertson estuto. The Wm. llarr Com
pativ also puld Judge Krum, on Au
gust 10, t2!l7.IW for store fixture, do.
A 1'reaeher Kills Hie rmnd'a tlnccr.
Nkw iMti.KANS, Juno 10. The Times
Democrat Mansfield special suysi J. Lane
Borden, president of the Mansfield Female
College, was killed by the Kev. Benjamin
Jenkins, Jr., this morning. Borden Re
duced t young lady, a friend of Jenklni.
John Krnpp, tbe oldest Odd Fellow In the
Hulled SUle, ia a wry odd fellow Indeed,
At the we of 8) be Is on trial iu Adraln.
Mich., for Immoral condutit, and blioor
resyMdeui U Mary KtHeff, lapjd BlMfdr
London, June It). Tbe National Rlfla
Association deolded not to allow the Amer-
loan team to use the screw gaugt in the
eompetlona at Wlmblcdoiii, except in the
International matoh. The Volunteer Service
Oa.ette regret thli decision, and tbinki'lf
the Americana are beaten they will be able
to claim they ware handicapped because
thev were not allowed, lire tbe English
rlhV i, to use in the preliminary con tests
xac . , the aame appliance they used la
the match. However, ays the (iazette,
there not wanting itgnttlei'that the Ameri
cana can Rive the English a teoond beat
Hkm.ix, June 10. The Itusslan govern
ment having asked for tbe extradition of
M. Kraiewtki, the Polish author now at
Lelpilg, and three other poet charged
with giving information to the lUissiaii
revolutionist regarding the movement of
the Kusslau troops, tbe German police in
obedience to order have arrested tbe four
TUB CHl'UI'U nit.t..
The government's church bill to-day
passed its second reading before the
committee of the lower house of the Land
tag by 13 to 8. Tbe majority is composed
of members of the Center and Conservative
parties and one member of the rortsehrltt
MAN4KIM.R4. June IU. An irronaiit
named .lovls, accompanied ,y an actress
end a mernliaiit, departed from here in a
balloon Inst evening to cross a part of the
Medlterancan. 1 no balloon and occu
pant were picked up at sra.
Nkw Yokk, Juno 10. The exact term
on which J. II. Haverly' uffalr are to be
lettled will not be made known until Hav
erly and hi partner announce them. It is
known, however, that Mr. Meconium 1 to
assume Mr. Haverly' liabilities, and re
ceive iu consideration thereof Haverly' In
terest in his theater In San Kaanclsco,
Chicago and Brooklyn. llaverly'i liabilities
are estimated at 17,000.
The Irish Determined.
Nkw Y'ork, Juno 10. .Jeremiah O'Don
ovnn says: "Tho dynamiters are not at
all dismayed. Dr. Gallagher's fate is
the fortune of soldier in war. There
is one sure tiling, England mint not think
she has beard thn last of dynamite.
We will strike yet when the' ii not
NkwYoiik, June 10. Bunk statement:
Loans, increase, 1111,600; specie, lncrenae,
$718,900; legal tender, decrease, ijWW'
deposit, Increase, $I,:iii4,4"J; reserve, de
crease. $27H,12o. The rTaiik now hold
$871,051) in excess of the legal require
ment. Con I Production.
Piiii.ADKLriiiA, June 10. The produc
tion of anthracite coal for I bo first live
months was 9,942,882 tons, or 1,387,878
tons in exees of the corresponding period
last year. The stock on haud at tide-water
shipping points on April ;) was 719,232
tons, a aecroase or iU,ou tons.
A Mtramcr Honk.
KimCiStom. Out., June 18. A tele
gram announce the sinking of the propel
ler Canada near Kockport. bound up, load
ed with general merchandise. The wreck
ing steamer Hailing has gone to tbe
Butler than(d His Hind.
Boston, June 10. The Governor, oon
trary to his former assurances, bat approved
the warrants, salarle and expense of tbe
State Almshouse at Tewksbury, for Feb
ruary, March, April and May, amounting to
j cm. io, im.
CATTLE- l.ikhl, slow and weak j price
steady; exports $6 7.Vrt.) U0; good to
choice shipping! ft 3Jfo3 TO; common to fair
HoGS-.Weak atlOc lower; light $l 2.Vr
0 00; heavy packing and shipping $0 6of
usa; mixed packing u iYaii 00.
CATTLE Export steer.") IKVwO 1ft ; good
to heavy do W ft0(ft)ft 7ft; light to fair fo 1ft
(ib 40; common to medium H u.V'a$ft 00;
fair to good Colorado $4o ftO; southwest
$3 TftfrDft 00; corn-fed Texuns $4 2ftrrt'ft ftdj
light to good stacker i3 rJoreH W; fair to
good feeder H tXTrfl 2ft: common to oholce
native cow and heifer VI 654 Mft; sculla
wags of anv kind $itt3 SO.
HOGS Very quiet, but not qtiotahlv
changed. Wo quote light to good
Yorkers M ftOri) 00; common to good
packing .11 10O0 ftO; butohersand Phlladel
phla fiftufA' 78; pigs Jo OOrtfH 2ft; skips
and culls IftfdNI.
SHEEP Common, medium and light
W 4orr3 60; fulr to good $8 60frf4 00; prime
H 2.V44 50; fulr to good Texan $5 73f
WHEAT Lower, closing at fl 0S'( July;
l 10' Augut; $1 I2H September; tl 13'i
October; $1 07 V vear.
CoKN Lower;' aft 'i July; MV AuguNt:
65 ' September; 48 '4 year.
OATS-Lower, at lift July; 31 V August;
30 September ; 3WH year.
WHEAT Lower; closing at !l 10', June;
$1 MS July; August ;.$1 1J Scnicniltcr ;l
1!IS October: tl 1ft yenr.
COKN-Lnwer: 41i'i June; 50V Julv;
61 V August; 62 Septeinbcri 52 S Ocib
ber; 4ft year.
OATS-Lower; 88 July; 2llsj August,
WHEAT-July Jl 20V ; August 1 22;
September $1 2l'; October tl 20 V.
COKN'-July 0."iV i August UftV Septom
ber 00'.; October ti7.
OATS-July 4ft; August 41'; Scplem
BUTTEIt Cbolon to fancy creamery ut
17fd ;t, occasionally a shade morels obtained
for selections In a smalt wavi
dairy at Mwltl for choice to fancy, and
17 for selections; fulr to good 10(912; com
mon Krtfto, Country packed dead dull and
weak ut H for elected; fulr to good iKa7,
EtiGS-Lowcr ut 14c; with a fair de
LIVE POI LTKY-Old chickens Ii light
siipplv, fair demand, steady at M 00fr; '.'ft
for cocks; $3 frOMI 7ft, for mixed; and
$4 0()r4 26 for hens. Npilngs-imall and
overplcnllful, dull anildruggliig; demand
only lor choice lurge. yuote small and
scrubby tlfnM 60. medium ilmd 2ro)2 2ft,
and good sired 2 60(cf2 76, Other poul
LEAD-Flrni and quint t refined U 1
del; hard lchemlcal)4 10(t4 12K.
Country market! rsthordull. Weather In
England wet. Good mixed Amerloan off
coast and mixed A merlnao corn to arrive
declined 6d. Hunt wheat belter tone.
No. 9 spring 9s Id; No.l iprlng f Idt
Western winter 9 Id; Western corn duU
at 6 4d. Demand from United
Kingdom io4 Csntlnent dull for wins sM
is given by using Brown's
Iron Ritters. In the
Winter it strengthens and
warms the system; in the
Spring it enriches the blood
and conquers disease; in the
Summer it gives tone to the
nerves and digestive organs;
in the Fall it enables the
system to stand the shock
of sudden changes.
In no way can disease be
so surely prevented as by
keeping the system in per
fect condition. Brown's
Iron Bitters ensures per
fect health through the
changing scasons.it disarms
the danger from impure
water and miasmatic air,
and it prevents Consump
tion, Kidney and Liver Dis
S'Berlin, Esq., of the
well-known firm of II. S.
Berlin & Co., Attorneys, Le
Droit Building, Washing
ton, D. C, writes, Dec. 5th,
Ctntltmtn : I take pleas
ure in stating that I have used
Brown's Iron Hitters for ma
laria and nervous troubles,
caused by overwork, with
Beware of imitations.
Ask for Brown's Iron Bit
ters, and insist on having
it. Don't be imposed on
with something recom
mended as "just as good."
The genuine is made only
by the Brown Chemical Co.
IJIUKCITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, Stf lOO.OOO!
A General Hanking liusiness
Til OH W.IIALLIDAY
UiSK SAVING HANK.
KXCLl'SI VKLY A SAVINGS HANK.
THUS W. IIALiiailAS ,
FLOUR, (vRAIN AND HA.
HlgbcHt CuHh Price Paid tor Wheat.
PHOPHIETOR OF PPKOAT'B I'ATKNT
Wholewale Dealer in
ICF IiY TUB CAH LOAD OR TON.WKU
PACKED FOR 8UIPPINO
Oar Loads u Spootiiltv.
Cor.Twelftli Street and liQTed.
1 -i e-4l
2 S fiat 1-V t?3s- t"1 j-;
5 i A. 2 w