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For Hcarlat and
Typhoid Fa rare,
Vox, Measles, ami
all Contaglotia Dlaeasea. Peiton Wilting un
the Sick thiiuld u.e it freely Starlet Kevor hat
never been known to spread where the F luid
ined. Yellow Kever hat Wen rured wltli it after
Muck vomit hud taken plane. The wirtl
cues ol Uiplithena yield to It.
fevered and Hlrk I'er.
Mini refruhed and
lU'U Korea prevent--d
by hailung with
I in pure Air ma le
harralett and purll'ii'd.
1 1'lTTIs"" of Small
; I'os FKKVENTEU
A manlier of my (am.
! II y wat taken with
1 SinaH pox. 1 uied the
1 luid , the patient wa
; not dcliriout, wat not
pitted, and wat about
, the home again in Uiree
, tscekt, and no othert
! h i-l it. - J W. Pasi.
For Sore Throat It is a
for Froated feel.
Hitt wiiit :ouipi
ion secured by iit um.
Milp Frvir prevented.
To purify the Hrealh,
(leante, the Teeth,
it can't be tiirpattesl.
Catarrh relieved and
Woundi healed rapidly.
An Antidote for Aninul
or Vegetable Poimjiis,
1 used the Fluid during
cor procnt afTliciinn Willi
.ScJtUt K'-vcr with de
cided advantage. It it
hviitpenvi'e to the tirlo
room. Wat. K. Saho
roan, Eyrie. Ala.
The phyticltns here
use l)rhyt Huid very
uuetafiilly in the treat,
meht of Diphtheria.
A. Stm i.Rwwaerit,
Teller dried up.
I'lrera purified and
In caaea of Death it
thnuld be iued about
the corpte it will
prevent any tinpleai
The eminent Phy.
. siclitn, J. MAKIOX
! KIMS, M. II., New
I York, s: ''I am
j convinced I'rnf l)arbyt
rn'pliylactic Mind ia
Vanderhilt tnlreraltr, Kaahtlll, Tenn.
1 testify to the nmt ex .client qualities c Fruf.
rartyt I'roj.hylai tic Fluid. As a disinfectant and
detergent it it both theoretically and practically
tupermr to any preparation with hi'.h I am ac
quainted N. T. Lunon, Frof. Chemistry,
Ilarhya fluid la lUraiiniueiided by
Hon Alixaniikk H. SrariiKw,, of Georgia:
Kev. Cm as. F. lli.Mi, U.U., Church of the
Strangtrt, N. V.;
In. I .itC'oNTt, Columbia, Frof ,CnivCrtity,S.C.
Kev. A. J ItarTi.a, I'r .f , Mcrter University;
Kev. fieo. F. Funca, Buhop M. E. Church,
IMMSl'ENSAIII.E TO KVKUY HOME.
1'erfectly hannlru ted internally or
eaternally for Man or lieatt.
The Fluid hat U-en thoroughly tested, and we
have abundant rvidrm th-.t ithas. done everything
here ciiumcd Y r fuller intirmaunn gA of your
I'nuyitt a tumtihUt or tend to the pruprienn,
J. II. ZHU.V A CO.,
Manufacturing (. hemnts. HIILALiKLPHIA.
T I). IIAYLEY,
(FKH"F.-VVnh li. H. Candee. City National
Ban a Building,
)H-J- K. STRONG,
123 foiumerml Ave, Cairo, III.
VAI'UK. ELECTRO VAPOR ad jIEDIC ATKD
t lt.ilutiTcil dai:y.
A lady In attendance.
K V. 0. JOCKLYN,
D K N T 1ST.
OKFU K -Rll'th Hlreel ! f'i'mts rrr Avm.ln
K. K W. WlllTLOCK.
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Krl-t'tand Nt? . t
4AI. H. KM ITU.
rwBEl'.T 1. "Hi Til
Grand Central Store.
C3A.1UO. - - ILL.
KV YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND REA1L.
I The Largest Variety Sloclt
1T 'J'lIF, CITY.
(100DS SOLD VKRYCLO.SK
O. O. PATlKIi ct CO.,
CnnttnrrUI A vn-t l'lUH'e
N. B. Thisstlewood & liro.
JRA1N SACKS and TWINK.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
?Miro. - - Illinois.
Mauiifttcturor und Doalor in
b Strogi, betwean Coni'l Avo. -ml I.nvw.
HOKE BOHINO A SPEClATlV
ALU KINDS OF AMUNITION.
(at ajlra. All KluilaOt Mail.
Increasing Floods Along the
Missouri and Lower
The Chicago Failure - Criminal and
Politic:! Notes Sensa
Pt, I.ni'M. .Itiittj If. Kr'lt'inent nilf"
at Hie It ce win-re llif rutins; nuil riling
wulfi me ilireati'iiiii it rrpi liilnii of tin
lively m:i-hp of June IWi. A' .Him sarluu
liinilier y.iiiN iiii-n ami I cum - arc liiuily at
Wink ittoviiiif to lii-biT ioiiiiiI, and
tlil aitllou i taken none too
Ohm, at there i an exei'llent
ii'niuie thitt, within twenty -four hourn,
I lie ItMi' Ml I lie lliioiU'iJ from en.1 In 1 nil.
TliP rivrt UJlllillUl K lo flillie, up ;iilv,
liHVitiii itilvaneed ticlil linlii'- ilnnii tfic
niKht, and itie ifnvernnient ir.iu.'e ii'iw
markiCll fc-.-t i inches iiliove l vvnicr
i-inj.'e. I.itte Hilvierf" front the north report
.-ill nf the liemm tlHiiifurv to the li.'oin i
river ixniili of I.pnvi iivsfirili City u. Imnk
full anil till bi'dliilnif. This al Imdy of
walei vsill, It l Inlitved by many, loieuthe
river l M. l.ouik at lcnt four leel lilzlier
tlun t itt, niitkhii: lv Ur the liile t
at aire hi ir pinte the ureal flood of 1MI. Th!
low lanu north of the vt ater-vrorku for two
milea arr ihliiulitled, ami l le i.t rifti en
famllirt iae had lo uiove to hither Intnl.
TbewMei U t in keliiijt the v atrr-worku at
Blaaell'a point, but there i no imniedlute
I apt, eori;e t. Jlloll. of Hie Mt, dclie
v Ir sr, aul that a rlae of two feel mure
would merrlow all the lowland between
here and Cairo, and flood would lie eiee.
ially dUaatermia in the tieinity of liuli
Bend, 'orlr mile below St. l,onia, and at
Fort .St. (iiiiM ieo. lie believed that a
further rite of I wo leet waa Kood at :t.
SttiNM. f-KHW K HKI'OKIS.
frer'Piilit eber atalea tlmt, in hi opinion
the naur will, willna Hie next two or Ihree
day. rie to a height ol Ihiriy-tive feet,
which will be. tha next hithwl ' rite to the
lop raourtl or 1844. At lhi height the ner
will invade all Ibe warehoutea fronlltiK on
the river, and will play havor wi'hthe linn
brr (liatrlet, a rise of five fei't ubovc Ihe
Fireaeat ktae helnc iillicieiit to In-uie an
riUBdatlon of the yarda, 'I be terjutit re
rtorlt that the rainfall at be avaimnrlh,
Kan., and at M. l'anl, Miun. . wmm two
liiehea, and that the volume of water con
fined in the tiiliuiariea to the MUiouri anil
Milaaippi, aud now hooniing on the way
louthward, ia aitnply enormoua.
The followlliK waa received by Serj;i'ant
Weber at the Signal Service aUtion to-day
from Gen. Ilareti:
Wahiunoion. June S.
The heavy r.tliia wliirb have fallen in the
MiMiiurl and tippe r M iaslaa.it i rlvn
during the pant twenty-four Iui'.iin will
prohaiily caute the lower Mit.oiul and
MisiaUslppl Dear St, Louia and Keokuk to
continue 1 rial tig during Tuexday and
a 1 K A N 8 a a CITV.
Kansas Cur, June is. The river at
11a. in. wa twenty-one feet eiirht iiu.lioii
and rlisini;. At the village of llnrlein the
Inhaliitnnta are moving out to-day. hate
ulirht liefore las! it waa rumored tlmt a hig
riao wa coming tram the upper river, hut
lb Ik I not confirmed. The preseni high
water la due to tl.e local raina, and river
men expreoa btrun.' hope ih.u it will run
out before the June rUc Lpiiear-, The
flood of lssi, which Inundated NVcvt Kan
aaa City, reached a atage of twouty-eveii
feet five Inchei.
Jitrtfe Krnm al Home).
fcT. I.ocis. June 1. Seeking further
explanation of Jud,'o Knim'a ubicnce a re
portor vUited rchldeiii.v of John M.
Krum thN morning. A picity little girl
answered the door-bell ami aald In re
iponie, to the repnner'i uetioii, that
the JUU' wl. in. She allowed
tho viaitor lo the parlor, ami then
tripped up utaim with the name of the pa
per and it repreaeulntlve. Kive uilmilen
later the judge came down without vet or
abirt collar on, hia toilet being perfectly
adnpted to the Miltrincx of the morning.
The Judge waa very reticent and aaid lo tlni
repoiter a he taHd away:
' ou needn't any anything more than
that all the ttorlca ' that have been
printed are without foundation, and
that 1 will lu a few dayi niako a statement
fully explaining the. condition of the Kurd
eaia'tc, the Itnliertfon rMnte and other mat
te r in inv handa, ' '
a he I.llrtalleld I ragedy,
1.1 1 CM riKi.u, III,, June 18. Miai
LiT.if Wallace, the cook of tbe .F.tna
House. Ix not dead at reported, but may
die at any liniment, at tho ball In her bead
cannot bo found. George C'oppagc, pro
prietor of the hotel, who ihot her by mis
take, la not Mtiiipoi.ed to have iiuiirreled
with 1'lcffer roll on account of Jealouay, ui
Coppniro wan married only four or live 'day
a'o. At about 8 o'clock Saturday evening
hn entered the kllchen w here r od amlMcd
Die cook to peel polatoei for breakfatt.
.Sceliif Kotl talking to her, t'nppi.ge. "lap
ped him In Hut face, Koll atarteii to gel
up, and I ot'puk-r drew i revolver, II ring at
him. Thu ball mloHcd him and atruck MUi
Wallace In the right temple, entering the)
brain. Dr. J, I). Colt w.tt auminoueil, and
ha probed for Uiu bull Ineffectually.
I h Iraukv Jnauea Trial,
Gai.Iaiin, Mo., June 18, The town li
thronged wlih llor to Knink .tiimea'
trial, which began here to-d iy, Hit conn
el, ex Gov. Cliat, I'. Joliu-oii and John
M. Glover of ft , l.oula, vlalled the Jail ihN
morning. The chargea agaiutt the rela.
btaled bmilit me for partle Ipailim lu the
iniirder of Onduclnr Weifni und for
killing the atone-matnii, MeMllieit, In the
iratu robberf at Wlnttoir on Hut night of
July ,, I8M , Tim proteeuiloti l In clmrgn
of l'rotpeutlni; Atiiirncy Wnll,ici, of Ikii.
aa City, iiml I'lonHtiillng Attniney llamll
ton, n Paktt,
The rrealdem'a Prngmmm.
WAaniNtiiON, June t8. Tho rrtl(lciit
lias giiiio to tlm collage nf the SoldlerC
Home, Ho will alay Micro tinlil about tha
10th of July, wlion hn will go in Nevport
for a horl aiay. From there, hn will Bo on
board t bo Despatch for a trip along the
eoaxt a far east n Mount lleaert, '1'bli
may occupy three wecka, He will try onrt
more antnii nf t ho good nottlng In Canadian
waiert, audi at ho enjoyed last year. In
Atigtut he will go lo tha Yonemtta Valley,
KAN8A8 Cur, Mo,, Junn lR.orth
Hteiii, of tho bur, w ho ahot Kredcrlcka,
wai taken to-day to the lall In lnde
pendaau, M tilt auooniuodalloiu ar bit
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, TUESDAY
1'eoria, III., June 18. The town li all
torn up by a atory that oomea from Bur
llngton, Iowa, about tbe adventures of a
l'eorla couple In that city. The Burling
ton folks nay that several days ago a largo,
Influential-looking woman who wore dia
monds and other costly Jewelry got out of a
train there with a rather Hne-looklng tnvn
with a black mustache., mid the twain re"ls
tend at the hoiel as man aud wife, the
next lie rented a pretty r t
lane In a gullet street
mid furnixhed It in haniU.iiie
and luxurious style, rcgitrrth of ex'pen-e.
Then he took Hie oh) -rt of bis adoration to
ber home and she was delighted. Ho
boiitrhl her a tliiO gold watc'i mid advanced
a liberal sum for household
cxp.Mises. That, verv 'afternoon shn
gathered together all tint portable prop
erty about the. house, ordered a hack In
informed the baekuiaii thai she hud already
extracted l.onu from the until, and dldn t
care lo bother with him in v longer, and so
she departed for the Wabash train. She
Ihoiighitully dropped a letter to her do
serteil lover, howevei , saying that If he
attempted to kmc her aircMed alio, would
Ml hit wife. On getting al the bottom
facia bv the aid id Ihe h.ii'kman and the
notes, the diseoiisnlitte nun made a bee
line for the depot and left town by the
first train. The story that cornea from
Burlington is that Ihe boro of this thril
ling aiheiiiure Is a ni iu of wealth and a
married man, who belongs in I'coria, and
the gossips are ail agog to know who he
vleve Aa;nlnt Hreoch.
I'M i Alio, June 18, Another attachment
suit was tiled (his morning against the bro
kers of the firm of MeGeoeh, Everingbam ,i
Co., by Tabor A Wil-on for IfiO.OOO. The
attachment suits tilml Saturday were by
Charles Schvartz, for M.lMft; Charles B.
Vankiik. 11. WH; K. Seckel A Co., $7. 532.
The object of these suits is togarnishee par
tic suing the bankrupt firm, as McGeoch
has sold thnrt considerable quantities of
Angut aud September lard on Saturday and
of comae had large profits to
his credit on those, deals.
It was a hedge for safety by the
broken lard king for which ho was rioted.
Tho members of the firm comprise Peter
Mi-Geo:h, G. Sninmsr Kvrrliigham, Frank
A. Crittenden, John H. Peacock and Wm.
Ilaney, Mr. ritiendeti, who resides at
Kvanston, had lived in lavish style, and
owned five black horses, to-day announced
bis intention of selling off everything, and
this indicate., that the failure 'was a bad
one. The board of trade does not open un
til Kh.Ti) Mondays, bill before opening tho
srctieral markets on the streets were more
firm but unsettled. More failures are ex
pected. o Nnr lavllarea.
Cmt'Atio, June 18. The story in regard
to the great break In lard appears to have
been very completely told. This morning
on 'Change was looked forward to with
considerable trepidation in the apparent
fear that tho market might take another
downward turn, but It proved otherwise,
and at II o'clock July option, which closed
at H. "7 't on Saturday, had risen to 9.06,
and the feeling waa compara
tively firm. Beyond the Arms
reported in llieae dispatohea, none. oUveri
have succumbed, and the firm of Ellis A
l.lxhtucr, amonit those reported as erippled
have transferred their deals in this man
ner and tided over. The Associated
Pr-sns estimate as to losnsess, putting them at
two ami a hulf millions. Is as near accurate
as can be made. Some titibllahod accounts
swell these figures to three millions, but
this is larirely liaised on conjecture. The
hrin of lciicoch, tvermghatn ,v Co., de
cline to furnish anv additional data at this
time, and can make no statement until lev
era! days have elapsed.
A Pnalor lo Kala:il.
C'liiCAiio. June 18. -Kev. Arthur Ritchie,
rector of the Episcopal Church of the As
ceuaion in thlt city, announced to his con
gregation Sunday that be woul l lender bit
resignation next Wednesday. Mr.
Ritchie 1ms been recognized as an ex
treme rllualist, and his church services
have been marked bv extreme high church
ceremonies which have apparently occa
sioned differences between bim ana Bishop
McLaren of this diocese. The bishop, at
the recent diocesan couventlon delivered an
address which was thought to be pointed at
the high church fortius observed at the
Church of the Ascension. Mr. Hitchie's
congregation appear to bo greatly attached
to him, and his opponents credit'him with
having established a large and prosperous
parish, and with having successfully car
ried out a large numlxir of charitable pro
jects. Total M Intra' Committees.
Pi rtHBt ito, June 18. The coal trade
tilbuiul resumed Its session this morning,
and nfter healing reports from horns and
lake portr, the committees adjourned for
dinner. The inonilmi-s say they either ex
pect to settle the price of mining, or to ro
fer the matter to an umpire. The coal
miners' district convention assembled but
transacted nothing of Importance; attend
An O nicer Hilled.
I.kx iMiTos, Ky , , June 18. Last night
at Versailles, Ky., (Mile and Press Brown
shot und killed Ihe town marshal, George
Freeman, while he was attempting to arrest
them. The cause of tho killing was an old
feud, the Browns alleging that, Freeman
had killed their brother, Sandy, about u
year ago, The Browns arc In Jail at Clove
hrtliteer Kill Bliss lleilin'a Ka trier.
CutCAdu, June 18.- Rudolph Brces, IW
years old, was struck down and killed by
Albert Nosch, a young man, Sunday night.
Tim iloiul man motN'escb by Appointment to
urpn the I uter to make rc'parttlon for tho
seduction of the former's daughter. Thn
nssaull was snparently unprovoked. Tho
assailant Is til large .
Kporld Hallway rurrhaan.
NT. A I. bans, Vt., Junn 1.8. It l re
ported that the Snulhoiistern railway, of
Cnnadn, was purchased by the Canadian
Paeltlt! railway, and will go Into lh hands
of thn now company on July tlmt. Tho
terms itru unknown.
A Mlllloiialrr) Widow's MArrlngA.
HrrPAMi, Juno I8.-H rumored that
hn whlow of ft tii, (J. Fargo, President of
tho American Kxpross Compimv, Is to ha
married in August next, to Mr. Francis F.
Kargo, rx-clly dork. .Mrs. Fargo it about
M.years of age,
Cuicauo. June IS. -John Klynn, six
ysars old, was run over and badly mangled
by cable a.rnetcar linn-Sunday. He makes
tho thirteenth victim si tie a tho Inauguration
of the cablo system.
A rnlatl Shot.
Cincinnati, Juno M.-At Entorprlse,
t)., on Mitturday John Adams was ahot
through thn abdomen by a farmer named
Putnam. II will din. ruttiam was ar
rested, An Old l.avwnr Dstnd,
Wilminuton, lol., June l.-Kx-(!otf
gressmau Moo, Bridges Rodney, tho oldest
Isnyer lu tho Oolawate bar, dUU at Mew
MORNING. JUNE 10.
x "THE POOR."
The Two Great Brooklyn Divines Preach
on this Important Topio.
Nkw York, June 18. In the Brooklyn
Tabernacle, which was tilled to overflowing
yesterday, lip. Talmago took bis text from
Mlciih, vi., 1!: "The Lord's voice crleth
unto the cllv, '
Among tho uprooliug classes I place tho
oppressed poor. Poverty to a certain ex
tent Is chastening, but alter that, when
It drives a man to the wall and ho
hears his children cry In vain for bread
it sometimes makes him ilesnrrate.
I tliluls i here are thou.inils of honest men
lacerated into aiMloiilim. There aro
men crushed under burdens for which thev
are not ball mild. While there is no excuse
for criminality, even In otpresion, I state
it u it simple fact that much of tburcoun
dreim of the eoiiiniiinii v is contornieiit up
on ill -treatment. There are inacy men
and women battered and bruited and stung
until the hour ol despair h is come, and they
stand with the ferocitv of a wild beast
which, pursued until it csu run no lomter,
turns round, foaming and bleediwrto tiirht
Thetexlsof Mr. Becluir s sermon wove
Luke iv. : 18, lllaml'JI. ami Malthiwxi.:
ft mid 0. The vat majority of mankind
have beeitywor and ain poor now, There
are a thousand men poor where there is
one man rich, taking the whole world to
gether. The causes of (jiis poverty am
worth a moment's consideration. " Soil
and climate have much to do with it mid
bad government is another source of pov
erty. Wars tend lo disturb property or
to destroy it, and, strange aa il may seem,
ihs men that suffer the most are
those whose passions lead It on.
The king may supply the spark but the
fuel Is In the common people. But besides
these reasons there ceitaiu great primal or
fundamental causes of powty. Ignorance
Is one great riie. It is knowledge that
Is the gold mine. All this shows that the
poor need intellectual and mental culture.
Christ was sent to preach tha eospel to the
poor, not to feed thera. I'o develops that
in man which should mako them wiser,
puier add stronger, that is the aim of the
iwspel. Men havn supposed that it meant
reconciliation, that they bad fallen before
they wee born by tho sins of their ances
tors, and had to be reconciled with God,
as if our abstract disagreement
with him had been the cans of all
this world's trouble. But tbe plain
facts of history are that men began in nni
malism and they should be raised out of it
by some moral Influence wbicb should give
them ascension into intelligence, into virtue
and jrue godliness. The primary result of
the gospel Is to develop man himself, and
the way to relieve is so to develop him,
that be will ncod no relief. So chrisilaiiity
Is not to be tested by creeds hut by conduct',
and the reality of tho gospel taught by
schools and churches is to lie judged by its
iruus, tiy its ertect.
I do not disown cteeds, particularly my
own laughter, but I criticise thwo in that
they are partial. The power of thefcroed is
relatively small. The power of the spiritof
humanity is relatively -great. A good life
curses a bad creed. This priuoiplo
of elective affinity i one of the greal social
dangers. I lasts, with very great Interest
at the change going on in Greal Britain, at
the chango that will come when every man
in Great Krltain has the suffrage. The
tendency of ths time ia towards InideUty
among the laWine man. Tha tlmt rouit
of lntelliireiuw ia that they repudiate the
churches. I notice that tho working men
of Great rtritain are, to a great extent, in
fidels. Tho laboring classes that think are
tending to think themselves away from the
house of God, and are substituting other
institutions of their own, and 'his, if not
arrested, will ha ratal to tbem. If tbey
throw away the cliurch let litem at least
save the Bible. The New Testament Is the
cradle of liberty and the hope of the poor
Itnriiuin t'ntorsj rtntler for I'reslrleail.
Nkw YiuiK. June 18. A special to the
World from Cleveland, O., says; MThe
Hon. Win. H. Bariium, of Connecticut,
chairman of the Democratic National Com
mittee, was In this city .Sunday evening en
mite to Chicago. When asked what be
thought of General Butler as a candidate
for President, Mr. Barnuui said: 'Poraon
ally I am not a very strong Butler man, still
the fact cannot be 'disguised (bat he is a
very strong candidal !. Down lu tho New
Kngland slates it is a foregone coucluslon
that Ben Itiit'er will be tbe President
of the United States. His stale
administration is popular among the peo
ple. He would carry all the New England
slates except Vermont and lihode
Island. I think the Republican uom
Ineo for president will be either James G.
Blaine or Senator Kduiuiids. Blaine is
wonderfully popular In New Kngland tut
In New York ami Pennsylvania.' Talking
of Ohio politics Mr. Barnum said: 'If
Deadly Is nominated, and it looks verv
much like It. Ohio will 'jave two very good
candidates for governor. Judge Forakcr la
a gentleman and a man of ability. Ohio
will go Democratic by 'ii.OOO majority this
fall. You see the Republicans are disor
ganized, so we will take advantage of this
and capture the s'ate next fall. We will go
one better and take the presidency.' When
asked what he thought or Tildenand Hend
ricks, Mr. Birtinin smiled and said, 'Please
excuse me. ' "
Itelmont Win III Null.
Nkw Yoiik, June IS. In tbe libel suit of
August Belmont against John Devoy, editor
of the 1 li.ih Nation, who charged Belmont
with misappropriating the funds of tho Irish
Soelety, the Jury returned a verdlot of
guilty with recommendation of extreme
clemency. Mr. Belmont seconded the re
commendation. The sentence was suspend,
ed until to-morrow.
Ilia fool (nt off.
Lnrisvii.i.ic, Juno 18. A deckhand
iMinied Kose, on tho S. P. Coe, had his foot
rut off by a Hue. He is in tbe Marino Hos
pital doing well.
It Is reported that S. W. Horsey has paid
Bob Ingersoll talft.OOU s the first Installment
of lilt fee In the star r Mile trials.
James W. Shealiau, leading editorial
writer on the Chicago Tribune, died in
Chicago on Sunday morning, aged lifty-nlne
John Dougherty, aged sixteen, was ac
nldetitly shot by an elder brother, near
Olenwnnd, Ind., while bunting, on Sun
day, and will probably die. His brother
Jealousy Instigated Thou. McUtilre, a
dock laborer, to cut the tkroat of Mrs.
Mart Little, proprietress of a laundry in
Chicago, on Saturday night. The woman
died. He also cut bis own threat, but he
At Indianapolis, on Sunday, tbe wlfoof
Charles Munhall, who was reported accl
dently killed the night bnfore by falling out
of a third storv, was arrested charged with
his murder. He was drunk at the time.
It is not believed she 1 polity. He dis
sipated $100,000 of her property,
A shooting affray occurred during a
school exhibition at Sulphur Well. Motcalf
ootinty, Ky., on Saturday,' hi whicaMcFar
land, a bystander, waa eaot Va4, aad Mar
shal Henry BoatMaoaap was asfially
wounded. Tha ihoottuf ww doao by J.
B. W Infrey and J. Fits, w bo Unm ratotiUd
an arder l ktep qvlaa. Wanfraf eaasvfsd
ssdury, till trim sat laxity aBasaaxiad.
Latest from the Scsne of the Terrible
Accident Bright' t Speech
Sr. PxTKRsm.'Kti, June is. Thn fes
tivities In honor of tho coronation of tba
Czar havo ceased, with the exception of tba
fate toll" given lo Ihe Tutaiail officers to
day by Admiral Baldwin of the American
navy on ship board.
Paiih, June 18. -Pierre AlUsoff, the
l!ilslaii socialist, has been expelled from
France, Tricot, tbe rlnglead"!- of the
anarchists In Lyons, was sr rested for taking
part in a demonstration in Uicamerle ceme
tery, on which occasion ho delivered a vio
(jitter's r I. AN.
Paris, June 18. Grey is opposed to tak
Itiir extreme measures against Annum, not
wishing to altcruaUi tbe sympathy of Kn
gland and America. Prime Minister Kerry,
on the cnairary, favors an energetia
Smnhkhi am), June 18. The oxoitcment
over thn cutaslropho in Victoria ball .Satur
day night, by wbicb nearly two hundred
children lost their lives, continues intense,
.Some children wbo escape say thai tho re
port spread through the gallery at the close
of the performance that toe. child first out
nf tho hall would get a prle, and conse
ijtiently an eaer rush was made for tbe
Most of the bodies of the victims have
been buried together in a long trench.
THK QI'EKN (IN TUX CATVSritOPIltC.
Sir Henry Frederick Ponsonby, private
secretary to the Queen, telegraphed the
mayor of Sunderland that Her Majesty
directs him to state that she is terribly
shocked at Ibe awlul calamity In Victoria
Hall Saturday, and that ber heart bleeds
for the sufferings of tbe many bereaved
parents. She prays God to support them in
their distress. Sir Henry also says that Her
Majesty Is most anxious to bnar how the
Injured children are.
Several children who left the exhibition
before the accident occurred, state, that
they saw a nun, Just.before, rush and par
tially close the door on the inndhig where
the disaster took place. It will bo proved
at the inquest on tho bodies of the unfortu
nate little ones that a man bolted tbe door
ajar in order to facilitate the distribution of
toys to tbe children as they were
leaving tho premise. Tbe box con
taining the toys which had been placed in a
position of readiness far tbe distri
bution of prizes is still standing near the
.1(1 HN BRIGHT KXPl.AIMS.
London, .lime 18. Sir Stafford North
cote, and Conservative leader, this after
noon in the Commons called attention to
John Blight's speech at Birmingham, last
Thursday, and declared that Blight's state
ment that the Conservatives wcro in alli
ance with the Irish re lie Is, in thwarting
the House from doing its work, was un
founded, and moved that tbe nttiratvco of
Briulil be declared a breach of privilege.
Bright, who was mncb cheered on rising to
respond, said he had a right to speak with
greal freedom to his constituency. The
term "alliance," he aaid, was oapuble of
a meaning h did not Inland, but W ssaa ta
first time it occurred to htm. Perhaps he
ought to have been more careful, but be
affirmed that thera was a oontbrned action
between the conservative and Irish
members In both debate aud division
to worry and destroy the ministry.
Ho was pained to witness the manner of
some members of the house wbo clamored
at thn premier. Such conduct was a mod
ern innovation. Bright commented on tbe
existence of a society In America which was
disloyal to the British Crown, aad which
was sending funds to similar disloyal so
cieties in Great Britain. If, he said, Irish
members of parliament would diaavow
connection with disloyal societies in Ameri
ca and declare loyalty to he Crown, be
would withdraw the word rebel and apol
ogize for haying used it.
JUNE 18, 188t.
WIIEAT-Julv $1 111.; August $1 21;
September $1 43t ; October $1 !iu .
COUN .July CSV; August 4; Septem
ber lift V ; October 67 .
OATS-July August ilH; Septem
ber 38 , .
WIIKAT-Lower; closing at$l UV June;
$1 14'. July; August ;1 14 September ;$1
18 S October: $1 14 year.
COUN-Lowerj 4 Juno; 4K July;
61 H August; 62 September; 52V Octo
ber; 4-" year.
OATS Lower; 87 July; 29S' August,
28 S year.
WIIKAT-Lower, closing at $107 July;
VI CKi't August; $1 10 ,W, September;
H 1H October; fl 06 year.
COBN Lower; MS July; 63 August:
55 S September; 4HW year.
OATS-Lower, at 38 July; 31 W August;
i'.tS September; ! year.
RVF.-Lower; 68 July.
lU'TTKIl-Choice to fancy creamery at
Kfii'.tl, occasionally a shade more Is obtained
for selections in a small way:
dairy at I twill for choice to faooy, and
IT for selections; fair to good 10frfl2; com
mon 8ral0. Country packed deal dull and
slow sale at rVtt'.i for selected; fair to good
KtoT; common 4W. Sales: t) tubs dairy at
Lie; 11 creamery all7Se; 28 creamery ut
F.GGS Lower at Me; with u fair de
mand. LI VK POl'LTUY-Old chickens In light
supply, fair demand, steady at fit 0003 'id
for eocl.s; W4Wivl7o, for mixed: aud
$IOO(H 25 for hens. Springs small and
overplentlful, dull sml dragging; demand
onlv lor choice large. Ouoie small and
scrubby !rlfl .V), medium slsed fl TfWtfJ 25,
and good sized $2 Miait 75. Other poul
LF.AD Firm and ipilot; refined S4 15
del; hard (chemical) 4 I'JX.
ar, i.ot m.
CATTLE Kxport srs$ Wirt) 15; good
lo heavy do $5 ourart "ft; light to fair fo 15
(M Hi; common to medio in $4 orM 00;
fair to good Colorado f4daft AO; southwest
Jul 7.W.") 00; corn -fed Texan $4 2nrM 50;
light to good stockers $.1 o:i 00; fair to
good feeders $4 0'W4 25; common to choice
native cows and heifers fa 6AaM 85; seal la
wairs nf anv kind W'M 50.
HOGS-Lower-fullvWc: market entire
ly nominal, as there were hardly any buy
ers. Only a few butchers grades sold at
H Y(H 50.
Ml KKP Common, medium and light
$2 40o1 f0; fair to good M ftikiM 00; prima
$4 WaH AO; fair to good Texan (1 759
Country markets rstbordull. Weather In
England wet. Good mixed American off
coast and mixed Amerinaa earn to arrive
declined 3d. Spot wheat bettor ton.
No, 2 spring 0s Id: Na.l spring 8e Id:
"Westnrn winter Ss Id? Weotera ooru dull
at 6a ad. Demand Srom Vaitad
Kingdom and Coutlnaat dill far wheat aa4
Mm, . ..i
is given by using Brown's
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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
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in the Fall it enables the
system to stand the shock
of sudden changes.
In no way can disease be
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keeping the system in per
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the danger from impure
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and it prevents Consump
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. sS". Berlin, Esq., of the
well-known firm of IL S.
Berlin & Co., Attorneys, Le
Droit Building, Washing
ton, D. C, writes, Dec. 5th,
Ctnlltmtn : I take pleas
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