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I Fox, Measles, and
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lived. Yellr Fever has been cured with ii niter
black vomit huil taken place. The worst
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one refreshed and ' and
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ml by battling with ,
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j My was takes with
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fillip Fever prevented.
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I used the Fluid during
our present afflictimi with
Scarlet Kever with de
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eoi, F.yrie. Ala.
The physician here
uae Inrbyi Kluid very
successfully In the treat
mcnt of Diphtheria,
A. broi.LKN c:,
Tetter dried up.
Choir ra prevented.
I'liera purified and
Ineaaeaof Death It
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the corpse it will
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The eminent I'hr.
HLMS, M. U New
York, tin: " am
i convinced I'rof Darby
I I'mpliyUiiic, Fluid is a
I valuable disinfectant."
lTanrlertiilL ltlilkAr.lt r
T , .-Bii.mr, irmi.
1 testify to the moat eaceuent qualities of Prof.
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detergent it it both theoretically and practically
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quainted N. T. Llkton, Prof Chemistry.
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Ke (has K. Iim, D.D., Church of the
Strangers, N. V.;
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Kev. A. J. hATTL, Prof , Mercer University;
Rev. fito. V. Pianca, Hisrwp M. K. C'hurth.
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et-rtully for Man or Beast,
The Fluid has hrm thoroughly tested, and w
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.1. II. ZKfl.lN CO.,
ManuCrturing Chemists, PHILADELPHIA.
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121) Couiinprci.il Ave., Cairo, III.
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HAT I IS
A lady in attendance.
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ALL KINDS OP AMUNiTION.
lata Koaltod. All Klndiol Kn Mado.
A BLACK FRIDAY.
Four Arkansas Train Robbers
Hanged at Once.
Scaffold Scenes-Murder and Wife
Bea in in Chicago Business
Cl Af!KVM! K. Alt?.. Jllllf 5'.'. T)i four
t a f a lui'l.i in. tin' 1 vao ,IuIiiioi, lt Ilnlinlil
aiiu Hi n Ci ii, 1 1 Immh.piI lu Uif (ifiiiti-iihitry
untlrr iili'-l.' i'i) ti'z cntll yraicrtlav, when
thf v.crr lakrn Ironi their liy Sheriff
JliComicll. of .'cil-i.oi) ctititity, i:ii1 train.-
pOI'Ifll I')' rstil to C'lulkilll, tllr i!ucp nf
expflilliiii. The clTnltl, wlili-h )lood tin
the t(lj;e of mi old field, wits ten y 1cIvp
feet and nlxtt m fpet Ii It'll. Thr"C tliotoitlid
ponpUi vtliucaupil ti e execution, tt motley
(,'iouptif tiieit.sA i, rm n and children. Aliont
noon the prlhoneiit weic vohVevetl to tin!
kCNffold In an upen hni'k, iuriiiiiiiil' i ly
piinrili- And followed hy the cutiiily iiii
rlan and the heriff. ' At llM'i ). Hi. Ilief
walkrd Ulion tep lilatforin of the ir;tllow
and with ai'ulet . .slierlff .McConneil
nud Dip death WMnanU. (ioi
.lnhiixiii tein tl furwjni un 1 auiil:
''1 a lira and (iulitlenien 'I lu re Is a larur.
crowd lo nee tiie rxeciitinn of the Mullieriy
trtiin rolitii iK. I have no (.thrr confi-Moii
tr in, it i' II an Mi tt I. with the Imv. in n. a
r(ni'i .iiii in fmtl. n e feel fort'ivcn. l on
kno why we tirf lo ir. I any to yonn
men especially lake warmi.','. J'xe noihiii'
more to say. ( .noil -live. "
Kev. M (.ML'ie, of the M. K. Chuivh.
prayed lerei.ily and hid the piit-oni in
yomj-l.yr. The hei iff Mil tht 111 farewell
ll.All.Ii Til KM I PON TDK IKAP.
While they were lieinir liiniolied. (iove and
.hin .Inhliooii um! Metionaid ioiuud in u
liroketie'nei!ti!rnln ii voire Unit iv:i firm.
The rrossd t-rh d. jnod-riv." 'I liev ie
hpomk'd, "r'areWt'114 all." lcl(ilahl
a.iid: "1 hoi' imiie o. ytiu will uter come
to this." (irnvn Johnson iiaid: "It w a
noi our intention t kill. ' '
J i m John-oii iinid: "IIuuvup, hov."
It i inii; h iv hut here."
(iri to cried out : "Ye.
have i.ot hecn lu the
Miui al J : "Tt wil
That'n a knod thint'. "
Mclloiiald reniai keil:
'I don't fear atiV'
tbini; hereafter. ' '
Jim slid: "Mieriff MeConnell, you inut
pull ihe rope. ''
They all joined In (tie rfiin l that the
Hhenff hould throw the trit''er. He auied
them he would.
.Jim: "1 want a drink of water."
The aheriff ordered lemonade. Four
cWei were hrousht. All drank. I he
black cap was drawn and the rope ad
justed, Meltonaltl wa praylne, .litn ,lohn
on fainted. A deputy sheriff caught him.
The drop fell at 12: 4o p. m.
Ihe R sera Still Klalnc.
St. l.ot i.4. June 2i.Ai present th.
tuhmerKed trii't in front of the buMin i
city ex uds from Hiddlc on the north to
Olive on tb aniith, tnd communicatio'i
monc the bulnes houe here ia carried
on by ncaiui of teams fkiffr.. and Mich fa
cllitiei as are afforded by back-door
interuhaiiKe of en'imeiii and commodity.
In Urtf. I'ratber'a j-tore six inches of redo
lent water covers the floor, aud upxtaiu tl.e
harbor commissioners are fluhtliiK over the
foaming Menelic with chloride of lime,
carbolic and uiphur!c acids, the conihu-.-tion
of which, w li:l'' it univ he heal: bier, in
harder to take the levee atnell.
Mr. A. Moneliraker. of M. Charles. M
reporta a fearful tai of affairi in hin coun
ty owinu to the flood. I he whole botu.m
laud la covered with water. He estimates
that between live and aix tboiiaaud acres
have been flooded antl the crop totally
destroyed. The osn to the country, he be
lieves.' will react: fully a mil Ion dollars. At
hli old mill the water Is now lif'-ccn to six-
fen Inches higher than in 1hi, anil Is si ill
rlslnpr. Sonic tamers w ho neglected to re
move their live stock iu time will lose
great many head.
An anxious nip: ht was spent ry the resi
dents of East St. Louis, especially by that
portion between Cahokia creek und the
river. The situation has not clumped much
lince luit evening and those who expressed
the opinion Thursday that it would be lm-
Soaslble to save the town are Just us conti
ent n w that the greatest dancer is passed,
and unless a hettvy ruin fall beluru the river
recedes Knst St. Louts ! In no danger.
Mavor Vinton abandoned all hope then,
and now laughs at his fear and says the
town la perfectly safe.
A I'lend Inenrnnie,
Cliit'ACO, June 22. In Hyde Tark,
Thursday night, Edward Vernullcr, a Bel
gian aRed thirty-five, nearly kicked his vvif
to a Jelly while quarreling. The neighbors
complained and he was arrested, The wife
then confessed that four months ago the
brute killed his four-year-old boy be
cause he was forty cents short In
Oliungo on a purchase he had been sent out to
make. The corpse had then been buried
under the kitchen floor, aud from that per
iod vermin had feasted on It, and the house
was penetrated with a sickening stench.
The police Immediately went to the place
anil found the remains, decomposed
and maggot-eaten. They were
alio taken to the sta
tion. As soon as the news spread a throng
gathored In front of Ihe jail with ropes,
revolvers aud clubs, until their number had
reached five thousand. Hy at rut age in, b"""
over, Sergeant Micrldun and Capt. Hunt
got Vernuller out the hack door, The mob
discovered this Just as the party was board
lug an Illinois leiilrul train, A grand nun
wan then made toward the depot but
the engineer opened the throttle and the
train sped away amid hoots and hisses from
thousands of thrnais, The ,irlsoiiii' was
finally conveyed to Jail, twelve miles dis
tant, which Is now strongly guarded. Tho
woman is in t critical condition. She mar
ried Vernuller In Berlin live year ago.
She mvs Ihe lv was very promis
ing, ller husband literally pounded him to
Nkw Yoiik, June 22. The dlioctoii of
the Michigan Central declared a dividend
of three per cent.; those ot
the Camilla Southern a dlvU
denrt of two per cent. The Michi
gan Central has a surplus ot Jo;l,R,"4, and
he Canada Southern fia.Ouil after paying
the dividends. The statement of tho Lake
tShore for six months ihnwt a deilu'.eney ol
$.:w,82:iarer allowing for tho dividend
paid yesterday and that paid last month,
i Tennessee wives are brought tip to
know whu tuns the house. Unu tiled to
Crown iitu'Mcif the other day becuuso she had
ro'ven a platter und was afraid to faco her
Twue lu her life a Maine woiniiu has been
truck by IlKUluliiir, and iho i alive vet.
Her huaband waa strt ek once with a poker,
and a uwusiuieut tuarkaliU plaue ol to
0AIKO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY
,The Philadelphia Murderer."
I'HILAbKLI'lllA, 'a., JUIIO ii. "Dt
tor" Hathuway appears to have been even
worse thun he was depicted In the report
of yesterday. The cellar of bis residence,
No. 224.1 N. h'lfib street, bus proven to be
an underground gulgolhu, and additional
ghastly evidences of his crlniis ure being
brought to light as the hours pass. The
bones said to b tve been polished by Hatha
way 'a dogs were taken to the coroner's of
fice Thursday afternoon und the entire col
lection were pronounced to be either llie
bones of Infants or those of mother who
had tiled In ioe;'u:uiev. The skeletons of
twenty -one little ones have already been
Uilealihed and llie detective are
anil ul work with npnle and ulekaxe
bunting for additional i Vidi-nce. Thursday
atteruoiiii otli' i.i s made a search of the liris'
tol avenue premises, where Hathuway was
arrested, tuni found a satchel tilled with
Vials pow'ih l und some stii't'ical Instru
ments. .Mr-. Hathaway said that the in
btrumeiiU had lieen used hy her husband ia
bis in faiioiis liii-ine-s, nud also produced
an aci'oiiiil In ok l outainuig dales ranging
from Mnv Vi, in July lb'J. to which ap
peared the names and audreses of more
than two hundred females, together with
the amount charged for services lu each
i-.we. In coiAer-ai nni vt it ii Magistrate
Kriekiiatiiu. llie wouiriii tol. I a tule . liken
ing and I'ciolung in every detail. She said
that the bodies loi.iid w as hut a small por
'I NIC NI MItKU r INFANTS KKSTKttVKI
by him, and Unit he had performed hun
dreds of oe rations. Winn asked
where the remains could In: found, the
woman a keil if sh would be held us a
party to the crim.-. I'iioii bi ing assured
that 'the law would have to lake its course
at all hazards she declared thai numbcrlrs.,
bodies li.;i lieeu creiiialed in the family
cooklng-siiivc, and tiiai the meals for the
family bad been prepared from the heat of
the human find. This method had not
only (Iestpicil the boilies but ull evidences
of guilt at the same time.
Among other things Hie woman said
that she herself had had twins aud thai they
had died in ciiild-lilnli.
Were you lot u!.o a victim of malprac
tice!'' ' asked the 11 1 :t i 1 rate.
The woman hiitated, but finally admit
ted the fact.
'What was doi.e with tiie liodios?"
The doctor wimte.i lo hum them at first
I'U!. Cl;lll I Hot C.illse',.llill Ihey w crta linally
burlidln !: yard of Kisinj; un lane,
where we then lived."
When confronted with the direct proof of
his guilt. 11 ithaway drilled it, but t tie wo
men maintained that t :,;' were true.
The dogs w liieh have iidi d the doctor in
disposing of the evidcue. of his horrible
calling, arc fat. vieiiois-lunking brutes,
and have livt il for years on human flesh.
Although they had lived for nearly two
days without food, vv hen fl esh meat was
offered them lin y turned away from it,
thus proving that ihrv were true man-cat-era."
Joi.ikt, III., June JJ. There is no clue
as yet to Samuel Carrigaii and his para
mour, who were supposed to have fled to
St. Louis, If he should lie brought back
here it will go bard will) him, as his deser
tion of the three motherless children, who
were found under a hay-stack a half mile
from town, is the mo-t inhuman act on
record here. He ought Indeed to be tried
for the murder of Hie babe, whose death
fiom starvation in its sister's arms but
turned her brain A reporter called at
tbo county poor house to see
the two unfortunates. The
boy, onlv six, scruied ahout recovered
from nis siitieniii,'!'. lie was .laying horse
with a chair and string. The girl sat on a
low stool in the darkest corner of the room
with a roiled-up blanket in her arms. She
rocked to and fro singing, iu the same man
ner na when discovered with the dead body
of the babe iu her lap.
Looking at the visitors she suddenly
stopped, ami raising tier hutui,
'Sh! Don't speak
-you'll wake the ba-
"That's the waysle'g been ever since
she was brought here, " said the keeper.
"She cried and cried at first for the baby,
till I thought of the blanket. Kver since
she's beeii iuiet, only just like that. She
doesn't eat much, anil I don't think she'll
The boy, at mention of his father, cried,
"I hates him!" and then wept pit
eously. Hunger lias taught him a scVere
The Nurseynien V.levl Oltirera and Ad
journ. St. Louis, June 22. Tho principal
business before the nurseynien and florists'
convention to-day was the election of offi
cers for the ensuing year. Tho follow
ing were, on recommendation ot tho com
mittee on nominations, elected to the posi
tions named: President. M. A. Hunt,
Chicago, III.; first vice-president, Franklin
Davis Ualtimore. Mil. ;sc crctsrv D. W.Scott,
(ialena. III. ; treasurer, A. It. Whitney,
Franklin (Jrovc, HI. ; executive commltteo,
('. L. Watrolis, Des Moines, la., George
It. Thomas. Westchester. Pa., and W. C.
Uarrr, Rochester, N. Y. Chicago was
fixed" upon as tho place for holding the next
convention iu June, ISM. Mr. Ragan, of
Indiana, addressed the meeting on behalf
of the Mississippi Valley Horticultural So
ciety. Aftertho adoption of a series of resolu
tions of thanks to Henry Shaw. Kstp, to tho
dally press, and to ull others who have con
tributed to the success of the convention,
the convention adjourned sine die.
A I'ntnl Klosloii.
CniCAOn, June 22. A terrific explosion
occurred tits morning at blast furnace No.
6 In the Chicago rolling mills. Thirty-five
tons of molten iron were scattered In every
direction. Two men were horribly burnod
anil will die. One is named Joseph Unions,
and the other a newcomer, whose name la
unknown, Fifteen men ure more or le
severely burned, but it Is believed that
none are seriously so. The meagre report
by the telephone say the explosion oc
curred Just as the day 'men ciinii! on duty.
It Is believed It was caused by a defective
flue In the steam blast, which became
clogged and melted,
A IfPNlriiftUe Morm,
Carmi, III, , Juno 22. Lust night a ter
rific rain and wind storm passed over this
locality. Considerable damage was done to
the growing crops. Fruit trees were blown
down and the grain which was waiting for
Uie sickle received marked Injurv. Llvo
stock and buildings were destroyed. The
trains on the L. N. and vV ,, St. L. ,t P.
were necessarily abandoned on account of
the fallen timber, while the telcgra,ih and
telephono lines were thrown down to such
an extent that no communications could be
Failures of Ihe Week.
Xkw Yoiik, June 22. The busbies fall
ure of tho week as reportod to R. (1. Dun
A Co., the mercantile agency, number 181
a compared with lMfl lust week, a decrease
of five. They are as follows: New Kn
gland 1.1, Middle 23, Western AX, Southern
411, 1'uelffc Stale und Territories 21, Canada
20 and New Yoit.7.
Canton, O., June 22. George McMillan
sentenced to be hanged to-day for wife
murder, was reprieved till July 20,
Bob Ingersoll la getting to be a worse lntl
del every year. Uuoe bo did not believe in
the devil, now he doca't believe lu lir,
MORNING, JUNE 23,
"j Inai ortnut lili'ffro.ililo t baujaa.
Kfiw Yoiik, June, 22. The Western
Union Telegraph Company bus begun to
absorb the busings of Hut Mutual I'lilon,
as It hat In the past absorbed tho Atlantic
and Pacific and the American Union com
panies. The lease of the Mutual Union lo
the Western Union, while giving the latter
complete control over the former, provided
for the maintenance of tho Mutual t ul on
and Its wires as a separate and distinct
organization. But the Western Union
ha begun, it it said, a com
plete amalgamation of the .Mutual fur
the purpose of saving expense and eouueii
trating (is business. The oltlis of the
Mutual Union, at No. l.'k'i Uroadvvay, are,
It Is reported, to be vacated bv lite' 1st of
July. Nearly all the .Mutual 'Union w ires
have been transferred to the Western
fnlon building and are operated there us a
part of Its own system. Yesterday all In
dependent business was declined at No. 1:15
liroadwuy. Such messages as were re
ceived were transmitted over a short line to
the Western Union building and from there
forwarded to their destinations. The Pos
tal telegraph company, which is the latest
rival to the cstern Union, was to have held
a meeting yesterday. Vice-President
Cummins said to a reporter Uutt ovvin to
the abs-'lice of two gentlemen who were to
be elected trustees the meeting had ad
journed till next Wednesday. The Clil-
cago line win ne opened mr iitisuiess next
week. II has lieen delayed liy Ihe Mu
ll ranees thrown In the way of "laving the
wires under the streets lu Chicago. I am
al lilierty, also, to announce that there has
lieeu signed a contract with several capital
ists lor the construction hy our company of
two irans-occanlc cables across the Atlantic
and I hofe that the rales for transmitting
mesages across them will nc as low us the
actual cost of now sending them by the
other cables. "
Nothing Heard from the Dut-lintM.
HieilMoM', Yu., June 22. Nothing has
been heard from the dueling party. Kx
citeinent over the affair and inxlctv to
learn the result Is unabated. Some delay
occurred in the arrangement, hem e It is
believed that no meeting look place this
morning, but that it will, either this even
ing or early to-morrow, iioth parlies Willi
I tieir seconds and surgeons are awav from
Uiohmoud; their whereabouisure unknown.
A l.nniulrjr llumcd.
TitoY. N. Y.. June. 22. Mrs. (i. M. Hop
kins' laundry was burned this morning
wirhH.noo dozen collars and cuffs owned by
different manufacturers. Loss V0,isKi;
insurance P).sX). There was a panic
among the operatives and many narrow es
capes. A Flninlnjr Mill Iturned.
KlNtiSTOWN. lud., June 22. Peter
Watt's plalning-mill and lumber-yard waa
burned lust night. Losj, fhj,Wi insured
To be Ilnniced.
Kitfalo, June 22. Wm. Henry Os
trander, who shot his brother
In December, lKSd, was resentenced
to-dav in the supremo court to be banged
The Hill Investigation Shows Gigantic
Frauds in Building the St. Louis
. WasniNGTOX. June 22. Upon opening
tbc Hill iuvestlgation!his morning, Thomas
read a statement from Damon of the United
States tire-preof and shutter company, in
which he denied the statement made by
Taylor, of M inly, Cooper & Co. Coleman
stated that Manly of the Philadelphia com
pany, and Addison, their attoruey.to whom
the offer of bribery was made, would be in
Washington on Monday to testify lo the
Supervising Architect Hill then took tho
stand und testified that the first request for
a postponement of the test of shutters for
the reason of tht; alleged bribery was made
by Rerjjesentative Kelly; had never In
formedrllanlv, Cooper A Co., that he had
received this'letter of denial froniDamou;
did not show letter making the charge of
bribery to the secretary, but reported the
maltef verballv. M 11 rch was recalled, and
testified further relative to his having culled
Hill's attention to the existence of frauds.
oleinau then called attention to the terms
of the contract for the St. Louis building,
under which ho said even more extravagant
prices were paid contractors for furnishing
rough stone than was paid for cutting and
dressing stone, and asked the committee to
appoint some expert to assist Steinmetz In
making computations to show tbo commit
tee the extent of the frauds In this direc
tion. He thought if this were done the
prosecution would be able at the next meet
ing to furnish the requisite evidence.
Thomas, counsel for Hill, objected to going
Into an Investigation touching any other
public building. Coleman was surprised at
tho determined offorU on the part of Hill
ano hi counsel to keep from the people of
this country a knowledge of the disposition
which had been made of vast sums which
Ihey, the people, bad Intrusted him with.
It was not a uuestiou ui one iruuu, out 01 a
vast svstciii of fraud which, K the prosecu
tion were twrniitted to prove, would
this man Hill from an office which he Is aw-
flt tt fib- Chairman New,
after consultation wiUi Ike other
lnembei of the committee said:
have already decided to conclude, on the
Philadelphia mutter, the Manly-Cootr,
the ilartlctt-Robhin and the slatuVy
matter. In the meantime Oen. Stlennrtts
can go on and make an- computations he
may desire o make, and when we ere
concluded ttVse scleral raUtera, a the
Inquiry now under way. 1H elde
whether it will be ropet U go Into f In
quiry relative lo anv otbwr bstlla.. Ad
journed until Monay.
An I'upopulitT OIHetsas
Washington, June 22. Internal Vvo
uoe Commissioner Kvam baa dieyWsjted
the President. After inquiry it It ascer
tained that ComwJittoner Kvans bid no
substantial warrant for eeylng tAut the
President approted kla recent r1iovalv
It Ii learned from excellent authority (hit
the President W! no liifo'inallcii
whatever as to the person whote
removal waa eoutempluled, or a lo
those whom Mr. Lvans Intended to
put In their places. All the suggestions
which ho made to tho President wire, in
general terms, that he might maKo somo
removal of Inctllctcnt men, and in that
tme' should wish to make new appoint
ments and that tho President, in accord
ance with the usual custom with the heada
of the bureaus, lndluated, in general
way, bis assent. It has been tho policy of
the President, generally, to permit bli
principal subordinate officer to
appoint their assistant, and to
hold them responsible, but he
has never approved tho removal of
oitlclent and experienced men altnpijr to
mako places for lilends of the officers who
might have tho appointment, particularly
at I Ills tlmo, as the civil service rule are
about to go Into effect. It it known tbat
the President ba been especially analoui
that no scandal shall be brought upon the
administration by uch an opes and boast
iu! exhibition of the spoil system a has
been furnished by the man from Keutuoky,
Pwrchue l Ml vet.
Washington, June X3. The Treasury
department puroduesvt tlt,000 euneas sliver
for delivery at lew wrtemea) aed filled.
phlaulul. . u
Constantinople, June SI. General
Walluue, the American miuiater, refused to
acce t the notice given by the Porte
of the termination of the treuty of com
merce betveen Turkey and the United
State on the ground that it w.n given too
The American consul has gone to Bitlli,
Asiatic Turkey, to inquire Into the ease of
the two American missionaries attacked and
nearly killed by Kurds near that place.
Gen. 'Wallace demunded, and the Porte
promised, that the person guilty of the
outrage shall be punished.
AN A POl.OO Y ASKKK Port.
An American physician was forbidden to
practice bis profession in Tripoli beciuse
lie was not provided with a Turkish diplo
ma. Gen. Wallace, on learning
the fact, . had Ihe physician
come to Constantinople, pass an
examination, lak a diploma aud return to
Tripoli. Gen. Wallace addressed a note to
the Porte ins'sting upon an apology for the
treatment of the physician, because hun
dreds of native doctors lu Tripoli were per
mitted to practice with diploma. i
I KANt r..
Paris. June 22. The Guulol say the
Marquis Tseng, the Chinese embassador,
at an Interview Tuesday wiih Prime Minis
ter Kerry, declared that bis government
was desirous of comnroiiiislng the difficulty
between France and China. There will be
further fnleiviews between Tseng and Fer
ry, and the bi osped for a satisfactory ar
rangement are favorable.
1. 11. hum. 1 1 1 k m y., canal.
Pauls, June 22. At a banquet to elec
tricians last night DeLi'sseps made a
speech, appealing to the persons present to
compete lor a pr.zc to bu awarded for ihe
bests means of lighting the Suez canal by
A 1 HKNS, Jiuit! 22. Placards have been
posted lu different parts of tin; city by the
anarchists which contain a threat to destroy
the royal palace and the ancient nnnument
Wash ington , Juno 22; Gen. Stein
metz, who Is Mureh's expert, sava a study
of the St, Louis postoflles building and it
contract convince him that the frauds there
were much greater than at Philadelphia.
The prices paid for Philadelphia stone were
,V)c per cubic foot, while those paid for St.
Louis stone were irotu $1 AO to $2 AO per cu
bic foot . Hill claims that becuuso the stone
in the Philadelphia building was fur
nished nt such low rate he was Justified
in agreeing to pay higher pricos tor
dressing. Steinmetz says, however, that
he has discovered that the modified con
tracts which Hill made for the dressing
of stone for the St. Louis buildings were at
afmuci higher rate than for
the Philadelphia building. This,
he sats, disposes of Hill's cry Hint
the high price for dressing were
paid because the price of atone was
low. In tbc St. Louis case the
prices for stone were three or four
times that of the Philadelphia build
ing aud yet the price paid for
dressing aere also higher. He character
izes the contracts as not mere
ly a loss to the government, but an
out und out steal. "There is no use using
nils that don't exprees it," he add, "It's
a steal." He expect to show that the
government pld well toward a million dot
lors in ire than it ought for the St. Louis
building. . ...
One hundred young ladies have be?n
married from the treasury department dur
ing the last four months.
JUNK 22, 1883.
CATTLE Fat cattlo steady; e
port $5 HOfittt 00; good to choice $5 35(3
n 70; common to fair.
HiXiS I'aiily active on packing and
shipments account; 6cis. higher. Light
$T wm 3.'; mixed packing $f MdXd
0 20; heavy pad, ng and shipping $0 23fa
CATTLE Export steerwtu OOTtW IS; good
to heavy do $5 5H 75; light to fair ft 15
(dh 40; common to medium $4 (tVctf 00;
fair to good Colorado $4ifi 60; southwest
$3 7.Va5 00; corn-fed Texan U 'Xxa& 00;
light to good strsckers $3 UOuAJ HO; fKr to
good feeders (4 0t'o4 25: common to choice
native cow and heifer $.1 (kVart 85; scalla
wag of any kind $3 00fti 5o.
SHKF.P Common, medium and light
f2 40W.J 50; fair to good 3 60fM 00; prime
U 2.VaT 50; fair to good Texan $2 7rV
HOGS Belter; supply small and demand
improved, for Yorker especially. Light
to good Yorkers. 90rVlO; 1 rough to
good mixed heavies $5 60ta5 85; butchers
20; pigs o0f5 65; klp and curls
WHKAT-Irregular, closing at $1 05Vf
July; $1 07 August; flOOH September;
Mil October; l 04 S vear.
CORN Unsettled; MVfoi July; M
(d August; MS September; 54 S Octo
ber ; 49 ' year.
OATS-Kirmer; at 3(1 July; 31K
August; 30 September; 20 J year.
WHKAT-Lower; closing at$l 13V June;
11 13 V July; August ;$1 15 a September;! 17
,'; 1 17 October: $1 I. Wear.
CORN stronger; 4 June; 4H July
50S August; 51.'. September; 52 Octo
her: 4," ' vear.
OATS-bull; 30. Si July; 28V August,
28 V year.
WHF.AT July $1 17!. ; August $1 20X;
September $1 22 V.
CORN-July 02 H; August 03; Septem
OATS-July 42. ; Augutt ; Septem
BUTTER Choice to fancy crcatnerv at
1liftt21, occasionally ) I obtained
for selection in a small way;
dairy all5Ca)17 for choice to fancy, anil
18 for selections; fair to good 10rd2; com
mon MfrflO. Countrv pnked dead (lull and
slow alo at UM for common, 6o7 for
fair and So for the best. Sale, 34 tubs
dairy at In.
EGGS Steady at Usjofor current re
ceipt. LIVE POULTRY-Oldohlekonih very
fair demand ami steady at $4 0004 25 for
hens; M.Wt')7o, for mixed, and $3 50
(t, 'lit for cock. Offerings ot small to me
dium sized spring chicken largely In excess
of demand, and tiull at f 1(92; good sited
loll falrlv at W ftO iti 75.
LKAD-Steauy; refined $4 15 del; bard
Country markets ratbordull. Good mixed
American eorn off coast declined Oil.
Mixed American oorn to arrive declined
Sihoitid. Weather in England unsettled.
Hell winter wheat to arrive declined 6d.
Spot wheat steady, Ne, 1 tp ring 9s Id;
No. B spring 8s 1(1; Western winter
9s Id; CalUornli. declined Id. Western
eorn firmer tone at ft td. Dotnaad frost
United Kingdom aad Continent moderate
for wheal and eorn. lUlt wbest past
week 84,(M ueetaia, ot wMofa m,M mm
will cure dyipepsia,heartburn, mala
ria, kidney diieate, liver complaint,
and other wtsting diseases.
enriches the blood and purifies the
system; cures weakness, lack of
energy, etc. Try a bottle.
is the only Iron preparation that
doe not color the teeth, and will not
cause headache or constipation, as
other Iron preparation will.
I-adies and all sufferer from neu
ralgia, hysteria, and kindred com
plaints, will find it without an equaL
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