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THE CAIRO DAILY RUT J iETTNl
A IIou'bul(l Artie l fur I'uleraal
For Hearlet and
Hore Throat, Small
Pox. Mtal, and
all Contagion. lrUr-awia. Perin. w.iitinu on
th Silk should Use it freely, Starlet rcver ha
(cr been known to spread where the Fluid wu
Used. Yellow Kever hat been cure) with It after
black vomit hud taken place. The wont
cuh of Diphtheria yield to it.
revcredandAlckPitr-1 HM ALL-roX
on refrealied and I ami
1J1 Horn prevent-; PITTING of Small
rii by !ihinS nh . Ci:Vi;NTEI
I'arbya Muid . . , ,
Impure Air ma A l' llllrofmy(am
r,.le and pu.ilir.1. I '" "h
Ti H..r Throat It I. a P"- 1 """t lh
aure cure HuiO, the patient waa
Contarion tr..trnye.l : not j'''''"'". waa not
For VWed tit, H'""1' ,1,d w" oul
Chilblain. IMlea, ' the hlnuu! ln ln 't'"
t'kafln;. Ui. ! ey. I,,her
Kheumaliam cured " :,, ', m ? H,('
fcoft White Comnl-.. ""ON- I'hiladelpliw.
iou Mcured by nt ina.
fihip Fever prevented
To purify the lirearli,
Clean the Teeth)
it can't be iurpHcd.
Catarrh relieved and
Irraente: j eui-ed.
Wounda healed rapidly,
Aa Antidote (ur Anlnul
or Vegetable Poitum,
I uted the Fluid during
our prevent affliction wun
Skarlet Fcvor wilh de
cided advantage. It ia
lndispen-4t-Ic to the i.k
roora. W'm. V. Sahu
foao, Eyrie, Ala.
The phyticiana here
use Darbvi Fluid very
uctesifully in the treat
ment of Diphtheria.
A. STm.LKKwaf :k ,
Tetter dried up.
llrera purified and
I n caaea of Dea t h It
ahould ba uaed about
. the corpte it will
prevent any unpleas
The eminent Phy.
I alelun, J. MAIilON
! HUH, M. !., New
I York, invs ; "I am ,
I convinced I'rnf Darby!
i l'roihyla:lic Fluid it a
' valuable diiinfixunt."
Vanderbllt Lnlveraity, NHahvllle, Tenn.
I teitifv to the mutt eii.eileiit qiuliucs of Prof.
iJartiyt Prophylactic Fluid. A a disinfectant and
determent it l U.th theoretically and practically
sujiemjr to any prrpar.ition with whic h I am ac
quainted N. T. Luiton, Prof. Chemmry.
Irarby Fluid la Iteconiiuended by
II n. Auixahukk H. STirHam, of Ueorgu;
Rev. Chas. F. DuaMs, D.D., Church of the
etrangen, N. Y.;
!. LkCiiNti, Columbia IW , University, S.C.
Kev. A. J P,AiiLa, Prof., Mercer University;
Kev. Can. F. Pimca, linhop M. t. Church.
IMiI.srF.NSAIII.fr: TO EVF.KY IH)MK.
Perfectly harnilevt. Used internally or
eitenully U,t Man or rlean.
The Fluid ha, b'en thoroughly letted, and wa
have abundant evlirn- e that it ha, done everything
here claimed. F -r luiirr information K"t of your
Ltuggitt a pamphlet or tend to the proprietors,
J. H. ZKII.IN & CO.,
Manufacturing Chemise, PHILADELPHIA.
OFKICK-Wlib U. H . Candef. City National
JJU. J. E. STH01SO,
12U Coiumert ial Ave., Cairo, 111.
V.W'UK, EI.K'JTKU VAPOR xi MSDiCATKD
A lady In tttendaacv.
JjK W. C. JOCbM.YN,
fjFKIt'K Kifhth H?ret. ripr rnrnta ernal r;t
K. K Y. VVIll'fLOC'K,
Urnci-No. li( CvaJincrctil Aetin, between
Kc'i and Klt.t ,
Ma. r. aaiTH.
KUBKirr a. mith.
Grand Central Store.
CA.11IO. - ILT.
"liW YORK. STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY. m
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. FAT IK It
Cor.Mlnolt)t!ntijtr!H P,rlir)- III.
N. B. Tliistlewood & Bro.
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo. - - Illinois,
Manufacturer and Doalor In-
tb Htruev, bdtween Com't Ai. Mf ftfajn,
'CHOKE 130RINO A J CIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMU.f X
laftt Kavkiiad, Allttlui v plada,
I. - . 3
Increasing Floods Along tho
Missouri and Lower
The Chicago Failure Criminal and
Political Notes Sensa
Pr. l.oriH, .June IR. Kxclti-mfnt mlra
at the li '.ni' wIiiti- th rii'lii ml riainjj
walei. hii tttrarwlfiiiliy a ivpi'litlon of tin
livrly i.i: iic of JiitKt J t"at . A. Ihii ariou
UiiiiImt yarda in aii'l learn, ate Imily at
Willi mi-Wilt III llllllT fTOMII.I. aD'l
thin irMi'in N tiki'ii ton
oiiii, aa tlicm i in rrliiit
)iliii' Hint, within twenty four Iioiio,
I lie litri' Mil III llooilnl ft til Old to lid.
Tlic rivr i coiiiintjr ly onii' up nipiiiW,
hat ini! nUvamrrd ciclil ini li"- duriii,' t f j -nlfhl,
unci tlio jovf riiiiinnt ir.ni.''' now
niHrk .11 ffct 2 inrhea aboye li w wnter
Uff. I.aii' advlctfa from ihs north ri ioit
nil nf the .ifritii tiiloitnr to tliu lisouii
rivur otii li of I.eavi-nwortji City t Imn k
full and ntlll bonniittir. Thin vt luxly of
watir will, it i lirlicvcr hv many, fotcit'iho
river at f-t. I.nuix Rt leakt four ft-et hijjlicr
than t r( cnt, in.ihin;' hv far I ! hiuheet
aiHL'r h te .nice the trtat llood of IM1. The
lov- land, north of the nati r-vrorka for two
tnilea arc hiijiitlaii'U. ami at lea.t Hft en
fanillle have had to unite lo hither limrl.
I bew-it. i U (-in iirliiitf the watrr-wnrka at
Rim.eH 's point, hut there ii no immedi ite
t . 1 1 1 , deore t .ii i ull, of tilt! Me. (iulie
t iite, raid that a rUo of two feet inori'
would overflow all tbe lowland liHwcon
here antl Cairo, and flood would he eiin't:
ially diaieroti in th! viciuity of UuhIi
Iktid. 'orly mile-, below St. LouK, and at
Fort M. tiencvieve. He hclitved that,
further ric of two fent wac aa (ood a -aured.
RltiN ti. sisnvif k i:khi:i8.
Serjeant Weber ataiea that, In hu opinion
the water will, wit Lia tb next two or Ihreo
day, rie to a tiet k ti t of lliirty-tive feet,
which will I the next hightail rise to the
tp record of lS4. At thin height the river
will Invade all the warehmwi frontiut; on
tbe river, and will play havoc wirhtbe lum
ber dlatrlct, a rise of ore feet above the
fireaent Mat-e being ntitlicieul to injure an
nundatton of the yards, Tbe acrgeaut re
port that ibe rainfall at Lravanwortb,
Kan., and it M. Paul, Miun.. was two
inehm, and that the volume of water con
fined in the trlhutariea to tbe MUtouri uml
MiiHlanlppi, and now booming- on the way
aotithward, ia limply enorniou.
The following wa received hy 3f rHi-iut
Weber at the Signal Service itstiou to-day
from lien. linen:
Wahhikoion, dune 18.
The heavy ralna whieh have fallen in the
MUaourl and upper Miaslaoippi rivi-m
durlnij' tbe past twenty-four fumr will
tirohalilr caiue the lower Miawiurl uml
MisiUnlppi near St. LouU and Keokuk to
rontintie I rtaitiff iltiriug Tuesday anil
it KiSSKH CITY.
KNSa C'lTr, June IS. The river at
Hi. in. wan twenty-one feet eiirht Incite
and rising. At the village of Harlem the
Inhabitants are moving out to-day, I. ate
night before last it wai rumored that a big
rise was eomi nt; fro tn the upper river, but
this la not confirmed. Tbe preseiu high
water ia due to the loeal rains, anil river
men express a strong hupe lh;u it will run
out heore the .June rise tippear. 'I'he
flood of IBM, which Inundated West Kan-sa-i
t.'itT, reached a itaKt of tweuty-seven
feet 11 vt Inches.
JntlK Hrtira nt lloai.
ST. Loi'ifl. June 18. Seeking a further
explanation of Jutl'e K nun's absence a re
porter vi.Ited the lesldeiicu of John M.
Krtun this morning. A pretty little girl
answered the tlnor-bell and said in re
ponse, to the reporter's cjuettion, that
the JniU'e wis in. he showed
the riaitor to the parlorr. and then
tripped up stun with the nfiiiie of the, pa
per and Its representative. Five minutes
later the judge came down .without veat or
birt collar on, hie toilet being perfectly
adapted to the sultriness of the morning.
Tbe Judge was verv reticent nd laid to the
repot ter its he started away:
-1 tin needn't say auythiug more than
thit all the stories that have been
printed are without foundation, and
that I will In a few dayi make a statement
fully explaining the condition of the Ford
estate, the Robertson estate and other mat
ters In tny hands. ' '
Vhe, l.llrhtield Tragedy.
I.iKuriKi.D, III., June 1. Mis
Lzz.c Wallace, tho cook of the ,Ktn
House, Is not dead as reported, but may
die at any moment, as the hall in her head
cannot be found, (ieortre Coppage, pro
prietor of the hotel, who shot her by mis
take, ia not supposed to have quarreled
wltb 1'iefter Foil on account of Jealousy, aa
( oppau'e was married only four or live days
a'o, At about 8 o'clock Saturday evening
he entered the kitche'i where Foil asalsted
t lie cook to peel potatoes for breakfast.
Seeing Foil talking to her, t'oppago "lap
ped him In the face. Foil aturtetl to gel
up, and Coppage drew a revolver, tiling at
him. The ball missed hi in and struck Mlas
Wallace ir, the right tpniplt', entering the
nrnln. Dr. .1. I. Colt was summoned, mil
ha probed for tho ball Ineffectuitllyr
Thf Frank Jnaiea Trial.
Gallatin. Mo.,. Juno 18. The town li
thronged with visitor to Frank JaiinV
trial, which began here to-day. His conn
Mi, ex (iov. Clin. T. Johu-oii uutl Jnlin
M. (lover of St. Loiiia, visited the Jail this
morning. The charges ngalnst tho cele
dialed bandit lire for participation In tho
murder of Conductor West fall and tor
killing the stone-mason, MeMlllcu, in the
train robbery it Winston on the night of
July IA, 18X1. Tho prosecution Is In charge
nf rrosct'iitlug Attorney Wallace, of Kan
sas Cltv. ami Prosecuting Attorney Hamil
ton, of Davlos.
Tht Preallrni'n rroKrnmmt).
Washinkton, June c8. Tbe l'realdont
baa gone to the cottage of the Soldleri'
Home. He will atny hero until about the
10th of July, when ho will go to Newport
for u short slay. From there ho will uo on
board tho Despatch for a trip along the
coast as far east aa .Mount Desert. Tbli
may occupy three weeks. He will try one
wore mimii nf the good flslilng In Canadian
waters, such us he enjoyed last year. In
August he will go to the Ytmenilte Valley,
Kashas Cut, Mo., June 18. Orth
Stelu, of the blar, who ihot Frederick,
waa taken to-day to the tall In lnde
peodeavue, m the aocoiuauiHUUtMU are bat
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY
A MarrtMr Bnallea.
1'eoria, III., June 18. Tbe town I all
torn up by a itory that comes from Bur.
Ilugton, Iowa, about tbe adventures of a
1'eorla couple In that city. Tho Hurling
ton folks nay that leveral dayi ago a Urge,
Influential-looking woman who wore dia
monds and other costly Jewelry got out of a
train there with a rather fine-looking mm
with a black mustache, and the twain re"ls
tend at the hotel aa man and wife. 1 ue
nexl he rented a pretty c 1
I uuo In a toilet ' sirnet
and furnished It in handsome
and luxurious style rcsiHi'diet of cxpen e.
Then he took the ohj ret of his adoration to
her home and -she wa delighted. He
hoiuhi her a rl'i'i gold watc'i snd advanced,
a liberal sum for household'
expanses. That very afternoon fhe.
gathered togeth-r all tlio portable prop
erty about thf house, ordered a hack In
inforiueil the haekman that slm had already
exlraeied tl.Utsi from tlie man, and didn't
care to bother wilh him any longer, and so
she departed for tbe Wabash train. She
thoughtfully dropped a letter to her de
lected lover, howevei, Hnylng that If he
attempted lo into her arretted ahe would
tell his wife. On getting at the bottom
facts hv the aid of the h.iekiiuui and the
Hole, the di-eons.il, ite mult made a bee
line for the depot and left town by the
first train. The alory that cornel from
ltiirllngton la tbat the hero of this thril
ling adventure la a man of wealth and a
inairied man, who belongs In l'coria, and
the gossips are all agog to know who he
f o A(lnl MXiPorb.
Oik a(,i, June 1M. Another attachment
auit wa filed thia morning against tbe bro
ken of the rimi of Metieoch, Evcringham
Co., by Tal.nr .fc Wll.on for $r0,000. The
attachment suits riled Saturday were by
harlei Sehfnrtz, for U.'1V; Chaiiea B.
Vinkirk. !H.0iM; E. Seekcl Co., i7.W2.
The object of these itilts ia togarnlshee par
tita suing the bankrupt firm, m Metieoch
has sold short considerable qoantitiea of
August and September lard on Saturday and
of courae had large profits lo
his credit on these deals.
It was hedge for safety by the
broken lard king for which he waa noted.
Too members of the firm comprise Peter
Mc(ieo;h. 0. Summer F.verlnghain, Frank
A. Crittenden, John II. Peacock and Wm.
Harvey. Mr. Crittenden, who resides at
F.vansinn, had lived in lavish style, and
owned live black horses, to-dv announced
his intention of selling off everything, and
this indicate that the failure was a bad
one. The board of trade docs not open un
til 10:,lo Mondays, but before opening the
general markets on the streets wero more
linn hut unsettled. More failure! are ex
pected. Her Fat I are a.
CHiCAtiti, Juue IS. The story In regard
to the great break In lard appears to bave
been very completely told. This morning
on 'Change waa looked forward lo with
considerable trepidation in the apparent
fear tbat the market might take another
downward turn, but It proved otherwise,
and at 11 o'clock July option, which closed
at H.77S on Saturday, bad risen to 9.1)5,
and the feeling waa compara
tively linu. Beyond the linn a
reported in these dispaUihes, rno other
have succumbed, and tho firm of Kills A
Mghtncr, among those reported a etippled
have transferred their deals in this man
ner and tided over. Tbe Associated
Press estimate as to lrmte, putting tbem at
two and a half millions, la as near accurate
as can be made. Some published accounts
swell these figures to three millions, but
this ia largely based on conjecture. The
rinn of Mclieoch, Kverlngbara A O., de
cline to furnish any additional data at this
time, and can make no statement until lev
eral days have elapsed.
A Pamlor lo Realarn.
Chicago, June 14. Rev. Arthur Ritchie,
rc tor of the Episcopal Church of the As
cension In this city, announced to his con
gregation Sunday tbat be would lender hli
resignation next Wednesday. Mr.
Ritchie has been reuoKoled as an ex
treme ritualist, and hie church services
bave been marked hv extreme high church
ceremonies which bave apparently occa
sioned differences between him anil Bishop
McLaren of this diocee. The bishop, at
the recent diocesan couveution delivered an
address which was thought to be pointed at
the high church forms observed at the
Church of the Ascension. Mr. Ritcble'a
congregation appear to be greatly attached
to him, and his opponent credit hint with
having established a large and prosperous
parish, and with having successfully car
ried out a large number of charitable pro
jects. Coal niaiera' Committee.
Pi ri'ttiiiitu, June 18. The coal trades
ttihunal resumed Its aesaion this morning,
antl after hearing report from home and
lake ports . the committees adjourned for
dinner. The members say they either ex
pect to settle tbe price of mining, or to re
fer the matter to an umpire. Tbe coal
miners' district convention assembled but
transacted nothing of importance; attend
An Oflicer Killed.
I.kximiton, Ky., June 18. Last night
at Veisailles, Ky., ollle and Press Brown
shot and killed the town marshal, George
Freeman, while ho was attempting to arrest
them. The cause, of the killing was an old
feud, the Itrowns alleging that Freeman
had killed their brother, Sandy, about a
vear ago. The Browns are In Jail at Cleve
land. A Neilnrer Kill III Victim' ralnsr.
CutCAiio, Juno 18.- Rudolph ltrees, fvO
years old, was struck down and killed hy
Albert Nesch, ayoung mini, Sunday night.
The dead man met Nesch hy uppolnlinnnt to
urge the I liter lo make roparttlnn for the
seduction ol the former's daughter. Thn
assault was apparently unprovoked. The
assullant Is at largo.
Keportfid itallwnv Piircha.
Sr. AI.BAN8, Vt., Juno 18, ltl re
ported that tho Southeastern railway, of
Canada, was purchased by the Canadian
Pacific railway, and will go Into tho hands
nf tho now company on July first. Tho
terms are unknown.
A Mlllioimlr W idow' Marring.
Hi'KFALti, June 18, It ( rumored that
the widow of Wm. O. Fargo, President of
the American Kxpress Company, Is to he
married In August next, to Mr. Francis F.
Kargo, cx-cliy clerk. Mrs. Fargo is about
b,'l. years of age.
Tba Thirteenth Ylrllm.
Chicago. June 18. .John Klynu, six
years old, was run over and badly mangled
by a radio s.rectcar IliirvSiinday. He makes
tho thirteenth victim unua the inauguration
of tho vaulo tyitem.
A Fatlal Shot.
Cincinnati. June IS. At Enterprise,
0.,on Saturday John Adams was shot
through the abdomou by a farmer named
Putnam. He will die. Pultium was ar
rested. An Old i.avjrr Dead.
Wilmington, Del,, June 18,-Ex-Cou-greisman
Ueo, Bridge Rodney, tbe oldest
lawyer lu tu Dlawat bar, dld at Mew
MORNING, JUNE 10,
x "THE POOR."
The Two Great Brooklyn Divinel Preach
on thii Important Topic
Xkw York, June 18. -In the Rrooklyn
Tabernacle, which was llllcd to ovorflowinz
yesterday, Dr, Tilmugn took Ills text from
M Until, vl., 1!l: "The Lord's voice crletlt
unto the city."
Among the upioniing classes I plate thn
oppressed poor, poverty to a certain ox
tent is chastening, but after Uhat, when
it drive a man to Hut wall and hn
hoars his children cry In vain for bread
It sometimes makes blm tlesoerate.
I think I here tire I mm-,, mils of honest men
lacerated into vagabondism. There ar
men crushed under burden fiav which thev
are not halt Haiti. bile there is no exeiisu
for criminality, even in ouiuessdon. I state
It ac a simple fact that much nf the scotin-
drelini of the couiniiinftv Is coie.eiiient up
on lll-trealineiit. 'Iliere are many men
and women buttered and hrursid and stumr;
until the hour of depair h i cmm and they
stand with the ferocity nf a wild beast
which, pursued until it can rim no longer,
turns round, foaming and bleeding to right
Thelextsof Mr. Reedier' sermon wero
.like iv. : 18, 111 and 'il . and Matthew xi.:
6 nnd K. The vat majority of mankind
have beeiyionr antl are poor now. There
are a thousand men poor where there is
one man rich, taking lit wliole world to
gether. The causes of this poverty arn
worth a moment's consideration, ' Soil
and climate have much to do with it and
had government la another source of pov
erty. Wars tend to disturb property ot
to destroy it, and, atrangxias It may seem,
the men that suffer tho most are
those whoso passions lead it on.
Tho king may supply the spark hit th
fuel Is in the common people. Rut beside
these reason there certain great primal or
fundamental causes of povety. Ignorance
Is one great ctuse. It is knowledge that
Is the gold mine. All this shows that thn
poor need Intellectuitl and mental culture.
Christ was sent to preach 'th.J dospel to the
poor, not lo feed them. To dcvelope that
in man which should make them wiser,
purer add stronger, that is the aim of thn
L-ospiil. Men have supposed that it meant,
reconciliation, that they bad fallen heforn
they wete born hv the sins of their ances
tors, ind had to he reconciled with God.
as . if our abstract. disagreement
wltb him had heen the cause of all
this world's trouble, But the plain
facts of history are tbat men began In ani
malism and thev should he raised out of it
by some moral Influence w hltih should give,
them ascension Into intelligence, into virtue
and true godliness. The primary result of
the gospel is to develop nian'tiimself, and
the way to relievo is so to develop bim,
tbat be will neod no relief. So Christianity
is not to be tested bvcreeils-but by conduct,
anil the reality of' the gospel taught by
schools and churchea Is to be Judged by lit
fruits, hy its ofTect.
I do not disown creed, particularly my
own laughter, hut I criticise them in that
they are partial. 1'be power of theft-reed is!
relatively small. The power of the splri(of
humanity is relatively great. A good lift
curses a bad creed. This priuclplo
of elective affinity is one of the great social
dangers. I lU with very great Interest
at tbe change going on in Ureal Britain, at
tbe change that will come when every man
in Ureat Britain ha tbe suffrage. The
tendency of the times Is towards Infldcllty
among the laboring msn. The first result
of intelltuenc is that tbey repudiate the
churches. I notice tbat the working men
of Great Rrluin are, to a great extern, In
fidels. The laboring classes that think are
tending to think themselves awav from the
house of God, and are substituting other
institutions of their own, and this, if -not
arretted, will be fatal to them. If they
throw away tbe Church let tbem at least
save the Bible. The New Testament is the
cradle of liberty antl the hope of the poor
Itarnnm la, or Holler lor rreldet.
New Ydiik. June 18. A ipecial to iho
World from Cleveland, 0., says; "Tbe
Hon. Win. II. B.irnum, of Ciiiinecticut,
chairman nf the Democratic National Com
mittee, was In this city Sunday evening en
rixite to Chicago. When asked what he
thought of General Butler as a candidate
for President, Mr. Raruum said: 'Person
ally 1 am not a very strong Butler man, still
the fai t cannot he disguised that ho is a
verv strong candid.tts. Down lu tho New
Kngland slates It is a foregone conclusion
that lien Butler will be tho President
of the I'nited States. His state
administration is popular among the poo-
..)., IIa wniilil earrv all thn Sew Rnvlunrl
tales except Vermont and Rhodel
Island. 1 tnliiK tne liepuiiiieau Hum
ineo for president will he elttter James U.
Iliaine or .vr.ator F.dmunds. Blaine Is
woniicrfullv popular In New Kngland aa
in New York and Pennsylvania. ' Talking
of Ohio politic Mr. Raruum said: 'If
Heailiy Is nominated, and it looks verv
much like It, Ohio will aave two very good
candidates for governor. Judge Forakor is
a gentleman and a man of ability. Ohio
will go I mcratic by 25,000 majority this
fall. You see the Republicans are disor
ganized, so wo will take advantage of thia
antl rapture the s'ate next fall. We will go
one better and Isko tbe presidency.' When
asked what he thought nf Tilden and Hund
rlcks, Mr. Barnum smiled and said, 'Ple.ise
excuse me. ' ' '
Iteimont Wlu Ilia Stall.
Nkw York, Juno 18. In the libel suit of
August Belmont against John Devoy, editor
of the Irl th Nation, who charged Belmont
with misappropriating the funds of tho Irish
Society, the Jury returned a verdict of
guilty' with recommendation of extreme
clemency. Mr. Belmont seconded the re
commendation. The sentence was suspend
ed until to-morrow.
Ill Fool t'nl OR.
I,oitidiLLit, Juno 18. A deckhand
named Kose, on the S. P. Cop, had his foot
cut olf by a line, He is in the Marino Hos
pital doing well.
It Is reported that S. W. Dorsey has paid
Rob Ingersnll Wft.OOO as the first Installment
of his fee In tbe star rute trials.
James W. Sbeahan, leading editorial
writer on tho Chicago Tribune, died ln
Chicago on Sunday inornlng.aged fifty-nine
John Dougherty, aged sixteen, was ac
cltlently shot by an cider brother, near
nieiiwond. Ind., wblla burning, on Sun
day, anil will probably die. His brother
Jealousy Instigated Thos. MeUuiro, a
dock laborer, to cut the throat of Mrs.
Mary tittle, proprietress of a laundry In
Chicago, on Saturday night. The woman
died. He also cut bis own throat, but he
At Indianapolis, on Sunday, the wife of
Charles Munhall, who waa reported iccl
tlently killed tbe night berftre by falling out
nf a third itory. wa arrested charged with
hi murder. He wag drunk at the time.
It Is not believed ihe It guilty. He dis
sipated $100,000 of ber nropsrty.
A shooting affray atveurred during a
school exhibition at Sulphur Wall, Metcalt
county, Ky., on Saturday, hi wblch McFir
land, a byitander, wu shot 4a4, aad Mar
shal Henry Boats aaaaaf waa ncttaUy
wounded. Tk ikoottiig w is deae by J.
B. Winfrey and J. Pitas.wbs Umh rasMtad
an oraar m aep ohm, wun
wjury, vui rnm mm
. FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
Lateit from the Scene of the Terrible
Sr. FiTEnsrirnu, June 1. The fes
tivities iii bmior of the core-nation of tbt
C.ar have ceased, with the exception of tba
fate lo he given lu the Tussiau officer to
day liv Admiral Baldwin of tha American
navy on ship board.
Pakis, June 18. -Pierre Alissoff, the
Russian socialist, has been expelled from
Frantic. Tricot, tbe ringleader of the
anarchists In Lyous, was arrested for taking
part in a demonstration In Rioameiie ceme
tery, on which occasion he delivered a vio
OIIKV'" PLAN .
Pari. June 18. Grey i opposed to tak
ing extreme measure against Annam. not
wishing to alternate the sympathy of En
gland and America. Prime Minister Ferry,
on tbe contrary, favors an energetia
SiJNUKKLAND, June 18. The excitement
over the catastrophe in Victoria hall Satur
day night, hy which nearly two hundred
children lost their lives, continues Intense.
Some children who escape say thai the re
port spread through the gallery at the close
of the performance tbat taw child first out
of the hall would got a prUe, and conie
niiontly an eager rush was made for tbe
Most of the bodie of the victims bava
hem buried together in a long trench.
thk qrr.r.s on thi catastrophic.
Sir Henrv Frederick Ponsonby, private
secretary to the Queen, telegraphed the
mayor of Sunderland that Her Majesty
diverts him to state that she Is terribly
shocked at the awlni calamity in Victoria
Hall Saturday, and that ber heart bleeds
for the sufferings df the many bereaved
parents. She prayisGod to suppnrtthem in
their distress. Sir newy also sayi that Her
Majesty is most anxious to bar how tba
Injured children are.
Several children who loft tho exhibition
before tbe accident occurred, jtate that
thev saw a man, Justibefora, ruau and Pf"
tiallv close the door on the landing where
the disaster took place. It will be proved
at the inquest on the bodies of the urrtortu
nate little ones tbat a man bolted tho door
ajar in order to facilitate the dwtributioa of
toys to the children as thoy were
leaving tho premise. The box con
taining the toys which bad been placed in a
nt-sition ofl readiness for tne dmtrl-
hu inn of nrir.es Is still itandlne near the
JOHN BRIGHT EXPLAINS.
iUrion.v, June 18. Sir Stafford North -cote,
and Conservative leader, this after
noon in the Commons called attention to
John Bright' speech at Birmingham, last
Thursday, und declared tbat Bright' state
ment that the Conservatives were In alli
ance with uie lrlsft rebel, in mwaninx
the House from doing Its work, was un
founded, ami moved that tba uttsnmce ef
Bright be declared a breach of privilege.
Bright, who was much cheered ou rising to
respond, said be bad a right to speak with
great freedom to his constituency. Tbe
term "alliance," be laid, was capable of
a meaning he did uot Intend, but U wa the
tirst1- time it occurred to him. Perhaps he
ought to have been more careful, but ho
aJhrmcd that there waa a combined aotion
between the conservative aad Irish
me in bars in both debate and division
to worry and destroy tbe ministry.
He was pained to witness tba manner of
some member of the house who olataored
nt tho premier. Sucb conduct was a mod
ern innovation. Bright commented ou the
existence of a society in America which was
disloyal to the IJhtirih Crowu, and which
was sending funds to similar di loyal so
cieties ln Great Britain. If, he said, Irish
members of parliament would disavow
connection witli disloyal societies lu Ameri
ca and declare loyalty to the Crovn, he
would withdraw the word rebel and apol
ogise for bating used It.
june is, teaa.
WHEAT-Julv l J9'. : Aurnist $1 21K:
September U 38 X; October $1 ik .
1.1 VKN-July WV, August MH) Septets
LfvfsAttV; October b7 It .
tMia duiy o; August Septem
ber 88 W .
WIIEAT-Lowsr; cloving aUtl 14 June;
$1 H't July; August ;$l HH 8eptember;$l
18 X October-: $1 14 H year.
COUN-Uwer; 49 June; July;
MX August; 62 September; 52 V Octo
ber; 43 S' year.
OATS-Lower; 87 Julv; 28X August,
28 X year.
WHEAT-Lower. closing at $107 July;
(I (m' August; $1 lO.Vfa!" September;
H 12 X OetobVrf, i Ofl), vear.
COI.N-I.owei-; 54V July; 65V August:
55 V September; 49 V year.
OATS-Lower, at 38 July; 31V August;
20V Septcmbor; 2PH year.
RYlv-Lower; WU July.
Cora try Prodnoa.
Bl'T I'KRr Choice to fancy creamery at
ITia-Jtl, occasionally a shade more Is obtained
for sole-iions In a small way:
dairy at 14fi Iti for choice to fancy, and
17 for selections; fair to good 10(312: com
mon Hfriio. Country packed dea l dull and
slow salo at Rrt for infected; fair to good
oi7i)7; common 4(". Salon: 0 tubs dairy at
l-'ic; U crtamcry at 17 So; 28 creamery at
KtiUS Lower at 14c; with a fair de
mand. LIV K POULTUY-Old chickens In light
supply, fair demand, steady at t-'i OOitt-1 25
for cocks; $.'! bQftil 75, for mixed: aud
4! Ofl fa 1 25 for hens. Springs small and
overplcntlftil, dull and dragging; demand
only lor elm Ice large. Quote small and
WTiilibv 4iftl 5), medium slsedtl 7nrtrt 25,
and good sized $2 MCdi 75. Other, poul
l.KAD Firm and ttilt; refined S4 15
del; hard (chemical) 4 12V.
ST. LOfl( .
CA TTI.K Kxport stoer$ OOoiU 15; good
to heavy do $5 AbYrift 75; light to fair $5 15
rfl3 40; common to medium $4 sTifcsft 00;
fair la good Colorado $4f5 50; southwest
VI 7-V5 00; corn-fed i'exnns $4 25TiM 60;
light to good stockers $1 otVi.l 9(1; fair to
good feeder Vt M(M 25; common to choice
native cow and heifers $3 6Mf4 89; soalla
wags of auv kind MM 60.
HOGS Lower ftillv20e: market entire
ly nominal, as there wero hardly any buy
ers. Only a few butchers grades sold at
SIIKKP-Common, medium and light
p 4()r)3 60; fair to good tt Wtii 00; prime
U 'tiCH 50; fair to good Texani 7D)
..Couutry markets ratherdull. Weather In
England wet. flood mlxad American off
coast snd mixed American oarn to arrive
docllued lid. Spot wheat better tone.
No. 2 spring (told: No. I spring 8a Id:
Western winter 9s Id; welrn oarn dull
at 6s 8Vd. Demand from United
Klugdoui and Coutinaat dull tec whoa aasi
is given by using Brown's
Iron Bitters. 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
feet health through the
changing seasons, it disarms
the danger from impure
water and miasmatic air,
and it prevents Consump
tion, Kidney and Liver Dis
. S'fiertiH, Esq., of the
well-known firm of H. S.
Berlin & Co., Attorneys, Le
Droit Building, Washing
ton, D. C, writes, Dec. 5th,
CtHtltmtu : I lake pleas
ure in stating that I have used
Brown's Iron Bitters for ma
laria and nervous troubles,
caused by overwork, with
Beware of imitations,
Ask for Brown's Iron Bit?
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it. Don't be imposed on
with something recom
mended as "just as good."
The genuine is made only
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Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, $ 1OO.0 00!
A General Hanking Business,.
TIIOS V. IIAI.I.XDAY
JNTERPHiSE SAVING BANK,
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
Til OS. W. IIALL.lDA.'i ,
PALLIDA Y BROTHERS.
; FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Prlt e Paid for Wbeaf.
PROPRIETOR OF 8PR0ATB PATKNT
WboIeHale i dealer in Itt.
ICB BT THE CAR LOAD OR TON, W EU
packed ron enippiNo
Oar JLoatla u Special tv,
Cor.TwelitL Street and fjOTce,