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Impurity of the
lllnod, Fever tod
nil all Disease
-ija causou y Da-
rangumeut of Liver, Dowel ami Kidney.
SYMPTOMS or A DIHBASED LITER.
Bad Breath: I'ain In the Side, sometimes tl
pain ii felt under the Shoulder-blade, mistakes for
Kheumatitm general ls of appetite ; Huwela
Renerally costive, sometimes aliernatiiif with lax;
ic bead is troubled with pain, it dull aud heavy,
with considerable lout of memory, accompanied
with a painful sensation of leaving undone something
which ought to have been done; a alight, dry cough
and lushed face it totnetimef an attendant, often
snlstsken for consumption; the patient complain
of weariness and debility; nervoui, easily itartled;
left cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation
of the ikin enisis; spirits aie low and despondent,
and, although satisfied that eiercise would be bene
ficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it In fact, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet
examination after death hat shown the Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
I? should ba used by all persons, old aad
young, whenever any of tlie above
Parson Travelling- or Living In Un
healthy I-ocallUee, ly taking a due occanoa
ally to keep the Liver in healthy anion, will avoid
all Malaria, Itilioue attacks. Dimness, Nau
sea. Drnsnitieeei Depression of Spiriu, etc. It
will invigorate like a glass of wine, but ll do In
If Tou hava eaten anything hard of
digestion, or feel heavy afier meals, or sleep
leas at night, take a dose and you will be relieved.
Time arid Doctors' Kills will be saved
by always keeping the Regulator
in the House t
For, whatever the ailment mjy be, a thoroughly
safe purgative, alterative and tonlo can
never oe out of place. The remedy is harmless
and does not Interfere with business or
IT IS rCBELV VEGETABLE,
And has all the power and efficacy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of Uu; injurious after eflecla.
A Governor's Testimony.
Simmons l.iver Regulator has been in use in my
family for some time, and I am satisfied it is a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J. (ILL Shi, area. Governor of Ala.
non. Alexander II. Stephens, of (ia.,
iaya: Have derived some benefit trom the use of
Simmons Uvcr Regulator, and wish to give it a
"The only Thing that never falls to
Relieve." I have used many remedies for Dyt
pepsia. Liver Affection and Debility, but never
nave found anything to benefit me to the eitent
Simmons l.iver Regulator has. 1 sent from Min
nesota to Georgia for it, and would tend further for
such a medicine, and would advise all who are sim
ilarly affected to give it a tn.il as it seems the only
thing that never fails to relieve
I'. M Janhkv, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. XV. Maann says: From actual ex
perience in the use of Simmons Liver Regulator in
ray practice 1 have been and am satisfied to use
and prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
gUJr? Take only the Genuine, whieh always
has on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. II. ZKILIN CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
JJU. J. E. STRONG,
123 Commercial Ave, Cairo, 111.
VAPOB, BLECTRO-VAPOR and MBD1CATKD
A lady lit ailvudsiice.
JJR. W. C. JOCfcUN,
DENT1S T .
OVrMC'R Klfutk Street, near Comnercla! Avenue
jyH. K W. WIIITLOCK.,
Umoi-Ko. 13 Commercial Avhdu. twtween
Hrkfjand Nli.th Htre-ta
At. B. SMITH.
ruiiKirr i. skits
Grand Central Store.
CAIRO. - - JUL.
JfEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER Ac CO..
Cor. Nineteenth street 1 OflifO. Ills
Commercial Avenue f Vttllu, asis
N. B. Thistlewood & Bro.
GRAIN SA.CKS aud TWINE
NO. 80 OUIO LEVEE,
nnipo. - - - Illinois
Jm IE. INOB,
Manufacturer and Dcalor In
nth HI ma, hatsrnnn Coin'l Avtl. burl LoTt'O.
CHOKE BORINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMTJNITION.
Bafei Bmtitd. AUKUdaai ItTS.afads.
onflicting Testimony Given
by Folger and Hill.
Consolidating Internal Revenue Dis
tricts-General News, Sen
sational and Other
wise. Washing ion, Jane iti, 1'pon opening
the Htll investigation Hill aikfd to correct
till testimony of Monday. Ttit olilef cleric
bal told hiitt last uLtit tliut the ar.counttn,;
offlctr of the treasury do not require the
articles of association or of locorporittlon to
be fllt'd with a bond; consequently hii tes
timony yesterday that ttio nrllcle of assoc
iation of the United Stale company bad
been filed wa Incorrect; they were never
Question llou't von know that tho
United States company If a myth and that
Damon takes the contract and doe the
work for Mim department which he could not
Answer I know lust the contrary, that it
ii an Incorporated company, and has been
doinjf busiuess for year.
Ouestlou- hat Is the name or trie nrm
over the door where these ibulteri are
Answer -1 do not know.
OueMlon Then you have no evidence of
the bona fide nature of such company or
Its actual xitt ncc?
Ain-wer l'here are extract! from their
nieetliiK attached to home of their con
Kv New Have vou ever seen their arti
cles of incorporation 1
Aisewer .so, sir.
Coleman 111 vou dhow me the certifi
cate of the accounting oliicer of the treas
ury of the responsibility or reliability of
tbia United Statt: company f
Answer It is probably attached to their
Coleman (examlnlnirlb bonds) If these
bonds reoulre two sureties, ud Listnon is
an officer of the company, then they have
but one surety, ana are not according to
.Secretary Folirer was then sworn. He
flatly contrsdicted that part of Hill's testi
mony where he swore be hadjtbown a pa
per to the secretary containing the story of
the offer of itf.fiOu to the Manly-Cooper
company to withdraw the bid. He did
lius allow me muiuss auiu a
paner, hut staled verbally that one of the
bidders bad made a proposition for the
Maulr-Co per company to withdraw their
bid. A It was resutiable to suppose tbat
the lowest bidder would bave the contract,
no investigation of the alleged contract was
ordered. The amount of M.VXJ was not
rneutloned by Hill, nor was the name of the
party makiuc the offer of bribery given.
There was at the time no question of re-
cctln tae Diu.
"I certainly understood that If the
shutters of Manlev, Cooper & Co. stood the
test they were to bave the cou tract." In
reply to further juestlons. Mr. toller saiu:
' "I knew before the rout fuel was finally
awarded that these (Manley, Cooper k Co's)
shutters did not meet the' requirements of
tbe specifications lu tbluknesa. Hill roaae
no written report on tne subject, i wouta
not undertake to say that he said loey
pledged themselves to lurnisD tne Soulier
a reoulred within twenty-four nours,
a id that it should not Interfere with
the execution of the coo tract, nor do I re
member that he told tne that tbe shutters of
tbe next lowest bidder were alao thicker
than was called for by tbe specifications."
Coleman tben stated that owing to the
fact that no assistance, as often as it bad
been requested, hml been furnished to
tbe prosecution for tho examination
of tne tapers and accounts, that
General Steiunieti bad besn usable alone
to prepare all the evidence they wished
to presrat in tbe liartlett-Robbins
case.. The prosecution, however, are
ready l ko on with another branch of the
case which would not require much time.
Counsel ttien read, as spec tlcatlons under
too general charge of fraud and corrup
tion, that Hill, as supervising architect of
the treasure, m Marco. 177. promised ana
tea wnn James n. vviiour, wno naa a
claim aKuinii tbe iiovurnment to tbe
amount or mu.ouq. for riirnismnz liiuminat
inc UUnif for the Sew York postoffice,
to paa said claim If he ( Wilbur) would al
ow mm i Hiii) iu percent, or rain ciatm.
fttrtber, that Hill, knowing L. K. Gannon
to oe associated at a copartner in tbe firm
of Simons. Johnson at Co.. la the trans
action of business relating to traffic in
bulrdlat materials, refused to Dismiss
Gannon from a position in tbe architect'i
. ... . . . . - . j j ....
omee, out pernuuea mm ie reniatu buu use
hri Influence In securing contracts for hli
Caeleea OsVco Holder.
Waiui.noton, D. C, June 26. --An
examination of som of tbe Internal Rev
enue district that ought to be consolidated
pans out thusly; Take Vermont: John C.
Stearns, Collector, last year paid In all
66,44t.58, all from tho tax on banks and
special licenses. Tbe bank taxei an
abolished, license are reduced, and hi
district will not pay fcVOni the next fiscal
vear, and it will cost more than that
amount to collect it. The pay of a collector
ranges from $'2,000 to $4,Ouo per annum
lie naea, office rent, clerk hire, special
iiL'ents, and all other expensive machinery
which they employ. The First and Second
A'nbnma arc in the same condition, and I
ght run over the whole list and show tbe
lit er lack of sound business
ct hod on which this cumbersome
midline Is laid nut and run. The
Ninth Kentucky ii about as bad: $169,090.
61 was the collr-'cilnn. Why maintain this
and l.autlrutn's, which was only $221,709
H4)1 1. and rum's and Swope'i will probably
be consolidated, and tbe Ninth, Blatne'i,
could and should be put In also. In fact,
no good reason exist why the Louisville of
fice could not do all the work more satlsfaa
tnrily than the six collector now do It.
There wl II bn an effort made ly the
next House to consolidate all these
districts, and In the Inland state to put the
customs and internal revenue collector all
In ono office, and thus reduce to tbe
minimum the number of federal leeches
who, while holding sinecures for them
selves ind families, devote their time to
manipulating conventions In the Interest of
those who have tho power of appointment
Wabhinuton, June 20. The treasury
reserve, which has been stttadlly Increas
ing for several days, amount to 14?,481,
It Is stated that tho payments to bo made
during tho pie-tent month on account of
pensions will lint exceed $1,126,000,
Tbe quarterly Interest ou the 4 per
cent, loan due July 1, next, amount to
Archbishop Wood' rnnersti.
Piin.AUKi.puiA, Juno 20. This mornlug
In the presence of tho dlgnlUrie of lh
Catholic church and a grand itidlenn and
with all the sacied cerumouy befitting hi
high rank the final riles were paid to tb
mortal remain of Aiohblihop Wood anil
they wer Haled in tbo oatbooral crypt.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WKDNKSDAY MORNING, JUNE 27,
Asi VsiwoIsmsbm Weeltllag.
Broocltn, X. T., Juns M, -William
Rohri, about twenty-four yean of age, has
a suit pending la tbe Supreme Court. Now
York, In which bo leeki to have annulled
bU marriage with Carrie Robrs, who la
about nineteen years of age. The young
man alleges that bit marriage was couipul
lory. He was requested to call at the biH0
of tba defendant one evening, und t the
pre iene mat it was a business
engagement. He went, and ta
he entered tba room the doors and window
were bolted and locked and ho wsa shut in
with tho younir lady's brothers and several
other persons, one of whom professed to be
a lawyer. The brothers asked him whether
he would not marry their sister. He re
plied tbat be would not. Tben they said
tbey would shoot and kill blm if be refused
to marry her. He still refused and
ner orotners declared tbat tney
would cut bie throat, aud that
the lawyers bad told them that tbey were
at nnerty to snoot mm ir De reiusea to
marry the girl. Under those threats
Itobrs contented. Tbe doors were un
locked and the girl, bis present wife, and a
minister entered tbe room and the mar
riage ceremony was erformed. Since
mat time be bat not lived with hi
Perjury Dial Not Win.
Urbana, Ohio, June 2tl. -Martha Grubb
a domestic employed by Mrs. E. 0. Stev
enson, who lives on a farm in Mingo, bad
Mrs. Stevenson's son arrested as the father
of her child, and In court one Ramsey testi
fied that he had Intercourse with the Ctrl.
and upon cross-examination said that Stev
enson bad paid him ia to
to testify. Another witness
said that bt wa alao paid to
testify Bin similar manner. Young
btevenson's social prominence in this State
and Kentucky has given tbe ease interest.
He is a grandson of Col. Evans, at one time
one of the largest land owners In the two
States. His father was killed in a duel
fought in Kentucky by a news
paper man that was urged on, It
a said, by his wife. Young Stevenson in
bet ited all his father's wealth, and Is laid
to to be worth at leat $.V),000, and owns
extensive tracts of land in Kentucky, Iowa
and Ross and Pickaway counties In this
state. He Is a relative of Governor Black
burn, of Kentncky. The girl was unsba-
aeo in ner testimony.
Nbw York, June 26. The Tribune
says: "Tbe emigration commissioners are
showing commendable activity In examin
ing Into tbe condition of the steerage pas
senger who bave Just arrived here on the
Kurnnsia and tbe Ancboria. Our laws on
the subtest of ioHoUrratlon are loose.
Tbe section porUmmt to the cue
in hand declare tbat 'no convict,
lunatic, Idiot, or any person unable
to take care of himself or herself without
becoming a public cbaJVfl' (ball be allowed
to land at our port. The new artivals who
are reported a 'assisted' to this country
out of Irish workhoueej by the British gov
ernment must be excluded, tr at all, on tbe
ground that tbey are likely to become a
public charge. It i for tbe InUrast of all
honest immbranu. a wall a for tba coun
try at large, that none but the right kind of
material sbali b allowed to got tn. "
Washington, June 29. A statement
issued by the treasury department show
the number of distilleries In operation In
Missouri on Juoe 1 to bo b nine, with a
pro lucing capacity of 9,197 gallon dally.
This shows a decrease In Missouri whiskey
producing qualitie of about twen
ty per cent In the past year.
The number of distilleries haa.
however. Increased oy more tuan iweuiy
live per cent. Compared, nowever, wnn
tbls date two year ago, it shows a falling
of forty per cent. In the number of distiller
ies. Throuphout the country generally
there is a decrease of twenty per cent, in tbo
number of distilleries in the past month,
and nearly bs same rate in capacity, but
nearly double the number are running now
that were one year ago,
I'Nin.NTOwN, Penn., June 26. The will
of N. L. Dukes ha been found. It I writ
ten on the back of a letter, and, as no one
was looking for a will In such a place, It
came near being overlooked. On the morn
ing of December 2&, while In the sheriff's
parlor, ami anticipating his liberation that
day, Dnkes took a letter from hi pocket
and wrote hi will In brief form on 1U
back. Ho gave $3,000 to Mil Mary Bee
eon, to whom he was supposed to be engaged,
and the rest of bis properly, without
specification, to hia mother. He made hia
step-father, Aihbury fetrubhle. hi execu
tor. The will Is witnessed by Register and
Recorder Conner and Sheriff Hoover.
The Parks Pallas.
Nr-.w York, Juno 26. Robert N. Fark,
Cumberland (i. White and Horace C. Dil
lingham, of the firm of R. N. Parka A Co,,
banker und broker, of 13 New itreet and
72 Broadway, filed ao assignment In court
to James A. Patterson, with preferences,
amounting to $26,000. One preference la
for $18,000 to the Hank of the State of New
York, on condition that It drops all suit
against tbe firm, else the preference I void.
Elchteea 4'hlaamea killled.
Hii.bna, Mont., June 26. A Misienka
pedal says: "At 6:30 p. m. Saturday the
Northern Pacific gravel train, with about
ono hundred Chinamen on board, ran Into
a wood train at Heron siding, Instantly kill
ing eighteen Chinamen and wounding
twenty-five other. The engineer of the
gravef train was killed and the fireman
badly hurt. Nobody on the wood train wa
The fcew Hampahlre Contest.
Concord. June 20. The ballot for
United States Senutor to-day resulted a
follows: Whole, number of votes cast, 821 ;
necessary to a choice, 101. Aaron V. Ste
ven 17, ..Oilman Marstou 11), Junto F.
Brlcgs 80, James W. Pitteron 33, Edward
11. Rollins 104. Henry Bingham 117, scat
tering 7. Rollins lose nine vote from Fri
Prof. Anlhona' I'anorol.
New York, June 26. The funeral of
Prof. Charles K. Anlhon. of the College of
tho City of New York and preldent of the
American Numismatic Archielogloal socie
ty, who died In Bremen. Germany, on the
7th Inst., took pluoe to-day from tne Church
of the Transfiguration.
A Jail Delivery.
Vandalia, III., June 26. -Yesterday
evening as the sheriff was passing Into )a(l
to lock the prisoners In their cell six of
them ovorpowored blm and mrde their es
cape. Thl I the (ooond delivery made In
Th Contluoalal Siiarsla.
Nrw York, June 26. Tho Continental
guards of New Orleans, spent the day In
visiting tho varlou point of lulereit in and
about tliu city. They will depart for
Philadelphia on Thursday morning.
Ci.KVKi.AND, Ohio, June Jil.-Pstrlck
Farley, the father of Mayor John II. Far
ley, for fifty year a resident of this city,
and one of the oldest maioa lu the county,
died to-day, agod 81.
Tho ftesstt Law CoaaUtaUoav.
Columbus, Ohio, Jun ifl. Tbo iu
pre tne oourt to-day decided to Scott Ua
nor tax law ooaotttMhoasa.
TUOOOK, A. T., June .-Afnt WIN
ooz, who arrived to-day en route to 9aa
Carlo, ixproote blmsolf in it root, term
against th return of too male renegade
Cbrtcnua to th San Carlo reservation.
At tho (ami time be I extremely anxioui
to avoia a coonici witn tti military autbori
tie, and hope th matter' will he amicably
arranKeu oeiween ueoniary ioticr anu tua
Mix Moss. Drowned.
ST. JOIi.NI. N. V.. June 26 A frightful
accident occurred at Trepassy Monday
evening. A large fishing boat went down.
Six men were drowned. Out of
a crew of seven only one was saved.
The boat Is supposed to bave been over
Delivered the Annaal Address.
KaSTON, P.. Jun 20. Charles Ktnnrv
Smith, editor of the Press, delivered the
annual addret at Lafayette college tbi
morning, i ue suoiect was "journal-.
THE FLOOD ABATING,
But the June Rise Coming-Feart at to
the Result A Startling State
ment of Damages.
8T. Louts, June 26. -There Is but lit
tle change to note in the condition of things
along the levee in front of the city. The
river came to a stand about'uoon yesterlay
and during the early part of last nlbt lose
one Inch. This wa lost, however, after
midnight, so that this morning the gauge
marked 34.8 feet, precisely the same as
yesterday at 10 a. m. It ia the prevailing
opinion that a fall of from eight to twelve
inches will take pl:e between now and
Sunday, when the wtter now comiug from
Kansas City anil points above there will
reach here. Tbis.it la claimed, will replace
tbe water receded by that time, and will
have volume enough to shove the score a
foot higher, than it has been thU year.
The steps at the Jenkins ft Ssks steamboat
agency show that the present stage of the
water i ten inches higher than It was
in 1881. Private advices from Her
man and Booovllle, on the Missouri give
a fall of six Inches the past twenty-four
TUB AMERICAN BOTTOM, ILL.
The water continued to rise steadily tn
the American bottom all day yesterday and
last nlgbt until one o'clock this morning,
when tbe maximum wa reached, and
then tbe sullen waters began to slowly
recede. Not fast, for tbe marks
at Mitchell and Venice at noon
to-day only showed a fall of a hare
Inch. It was enough however, for It show
ed that tbe worst bad passed, and the
morning sun shown on smilo-wreaihed
faces. There was, however, a dkelcton at
the feast. Telegrams from Upper Missouri
point told that tbe June rise bad set in.
Mail facilities in the flooded
district are suspended, but
newspaper find their way out
to the water-bouud people, on construc
tion trains, skiffs, or some way. Tbey bad
learned from Venice to Mitchell that tbe
melted snow was coming, that the river
bad risen at Omaha, Leavenworth and Kan
sas City, and with one voice the farmers
aid: "Tbe bottom will not clear before
tbe Juno rise is upon us. "
AT EAST ST. LOIItS, ILL.
Mavor Wlnton had tbe first sound sleep
last nigbt that be has had since the water
bezan to rise.
Tbe closlnc of two culvert on the Cairo
Short Line, near Jarrett'a Station, caused
considerable excitement In tbe city this
morning, owing to a visit from some of the
i imrmem living nn the HOUth aide
of tbe railroad track whose
crops were in danecr of being flooded
Tbey were loud in tbelr declamation
against the city, and were determined to
remove the etoppage or sue tho city for
damages. Tbey left tbe elty for the mtr-
ftose of acquainting Mr. UiacJcly, .Super
ntendent of tbe Cairo Short Line, and
threatened to have the stop
page removed. A posse of armed
men was Immediately sent out to protect
the culverts from being Interfered with, for
If water were allowed to flow through tliese
culverts It would run round the city to
Louis (iron's, north of tbe city, and then
would finally flood the city and by sub
mersing hundreds of acres north of tbat
track would cause loss of crops and damage
to the city.
AT BAST CAKON'DKI.KT, ILL.
At East Carondelet, in the vicinity of
Fish Lake, tbe ruin wrought by the wa
ters simply beggsn description. There is
hardly a dry ipot between the river and the
bluff, except a ridge known as the
"beneh," lying parallel with tbe bluff,
about two miles from the river.
The entire oountry from East St. Louis to
Chester is flooded, and the destruction in
tbls part of the bottom Is not much If any
below that reported from the northern por
tion; thousands of acre of ripening crop
are submerged, end the loss will be hun
dreds of thousands of dollar. A great
number of families hav been left absolute
Destroctloai at Pan-tago, Ho.
Fortagi DBS Sioox.Mo., June 26. Tho
country surrounding thl place I complete
ly submerged. The water I only ono foot
lower than It was In 1844. Tbe Missouri
overflowed It bank at Willow dough on
Wednesday night. Tho slough is two mile
below St. Charles and eleven miles
southeast of Portage. Th dam
ago caused by tbo wator i
widespread, and In many ease ruinou.
The farms which were Inundated were some
of the richest in the state, and tbe crop
this year were unusually promising. On
Thursday a party of relief headed by Mr.
Q. Fehlig, a merchant of tbl place slatted
out to the succor of the distressed
farmers. .Some of tbo scene which they
encountered were heartrending. One
farmer, who, before tbe floods
was one of the moit prosperous In the coun
ty, was found with hi family In the garret
of bis dwelling. The relief party rowed up
to the house ant asked the old man to get
into the skiff. "No," he said: "I will
not go With you. Everything 1 have got In
the world 1 lost, and I have made up my
mind to stay here and die with my family. ' '
He was at length persuaded to accompany
the rescuer and the whole party are now
Jrfferson CITY, June 26. -Jn conver
tatlon with an old Missouri rlvor Steam
boatman, one who ha been sUamboatlng
between St. Louis and tbe Northern Iowa
lint for the last thirty year, your corres
pondent galnod tho following estimate rela
tive to the present losses sustained, by the
flood: The average numtver of acre per
mil and In cultivation, now under water is
400; damage per milo to crops, $6,000.
Henry Ward Beecher' seventieth birth
day wa celuhratad last night In the Brook
lyn academy of music, which was crowded,
th platform containing a number of
Brooklyn' prominent crtlr.en. Among
tbe neaker wora Professor
Charloi K. Wait, ex-Chief Judge
Neilson, IUbbl Ootthell, Rev. Dr.
Collper, John Barry, M. P. for Wexford,
Iieland, and other. Letter of regret
wire read from a number of distinguished
person. Mr. Beeober made au oIotuent
ipeech in which ho reviewed tho world's
advance In tbe paat evnty yean, and
then dlimluid theaudlenoo with a benedic
tion. Ex-SecreUryEvarU makes s tag return
showlrw bio Windsor, Vu, ovists to bo
Lovbo. Juao 36. A dispatch from
Cardiff states that a xplolon occurred In
a oolitnry near ttiro, m waion two person
were killed end twelve wounded.
THB FISHERrBS OOKURBNCI.
London, Jon 20, At the tlaberlet con
ference Monday night, Lowell,
tbo United State minister,
preildod. Prof. Good. of th
American commission, road a paper oo
American fisheries, at -th oonckisloo of
wntcn tbo aurani of fiieter moved a veto
of thank to tb profeuor.
Mr. Low I cald be believed that, with
out national vanity, ho mlrht say that th
geoerou grant br tb United States Con-
greet greatly encouraged th flahorUs
einiDition. me auienuno ana
practical character of the Amer
ican department was acknowledged.
The American fiiharle, k (aid, wore amln
of wealth and a nursery for seamen, and
were protected rattier Dy th people than by
CARBV NOT F-ARDONBD TUT.
London. Jun SO. In th House of
Common thl afternoon Porter, th attorney-general
for Ireland, stated that
James Carer, th informer, wa
not yet pardoned, but that tbe subject wss
being considered by tn government. If
Carsy abould bo pardoned, be laid th
executive clemency would eertalnly be
coupiea who conaiuon.
WOMAN'S KIOHTS MBHTtNO.
London, Juno 26. At th woman'
rights meetine In London last nlzht. Jacob
Bright, M. P., presided. Susan B. An
thony and Elizabeth Cady Stantou mad
Pamibtta. June 2o Of fortv-two
deaths yesterday twenty-eight are known to
dm rrom cnoiera. me rest, tt r luspected.
are from some other malady.
Bkri.in. June W. The itatcmeut of the
Imperial bank of Germany shows a decrease
In specie of , 600, 000 marks.
A Deeper ado's Threat.
Bismarck, June 26. A special to tb
Tribune from the Little Missouri ssvs:
Count Demores, who baa recently opened
one of the Fargest cattlt and ihecp ranches
in the west, and who expended a million
dollars recently, had a difficulty with an
outlaw, named O'Donnell, th leader of a
band of desperadoes). Monday nleht tb
Count' house wa urrouadeU and hia life
threatened. The sheriff loft Bismarck with
a posse for the soene of the trouble Uria
morning. O'Donnell lay he will kill tho
Count ou sight.
Warrbnsbuho. Mo., Juns 18. The
state Prohibition convention opeued ber
to-dsy, and will continue through Thur
dayeveuing. The high water kept many
delegates irom arriving in time to attend
the first meeting. The Uev. Mr. Brooke
called the convention to order and made
the annual addreas. Permenent organisa
tion will be effected to-morrow.
"That Man," ex-Poatmastor General
James, has received from Hamilton College
tbe degree or LL. U.
Inventor Kdison la building an electrio lo
comotive to b used on an underground
railway In England.
Tbe New York World lay Senator Test
1 going to Yellowstone Park to tek lesson
in spouting rrom tne goyers.
A collector oao wrote to Goner Sher
man for his autography and a lock of his
hair, 'and received tho following reply;
"The man who ha been writing my auto
graphs has been discharged, and a my
orderly ia bald, I cannot oomply wl:h either
Can a man marry hi deceased wife' sis
ter In any Dart of America? Not nn lea the
sister is willing, aad a a general thing tho
iin 't. She gooeroirf know blm too well.
It is claimed that Mr. Tilden I io frisky
now thnt he slide down the banister to the
front hall when be goe out to lido on hi
Prohibltion'tM will probably control the
Republic i i r. invention in Iowa. The
choice of delegate ba proceeded far
enough to make tho remit evident.
JUNE 36, 188$.
CATTLE Export steers 90Y96 16; good
to heavy do $6 'MtA 75; light to fair Id 16
(Oft 40; common to medium $4 (S506 00;
fair to good Colorado $etfa 60; southwest
$3 7i(a)j 00; corn -fed Texans $4 tbnso 60;
light to good stock er $3 tWtM 90; fair to
good feeders $4 0PO4 26; common to choice
native cows and htferi $3 raVbM ; icalla
wags of any kind $3 0003 60.
SUEEP Common, medium and light
$2 40to3 60; fair to good S3 outaH 00; prime
U 25to4 60; fair to good Texan $2 7S&
HOGS Bute ear buying readily at atrong
prices, and some sales to Mppors; supply
vary small. Butoaors paid H 21aW 40
and shippers $ 6 6606 90 for phr aad $ 1 26
for light grade.
WIlRAT-Unsettled, closing at SI 02K
July; l 05 si August; $106 September;
$1 (57 S October; $1 08 var.
COKN Better; 6l July; 64
August; 64 V September; 64 X Octo
ber; 4W Vi vear.
OATS-lrregular atSSK July ;30 W(3J0W
August: 29 W September; 29 H year,
WIIEAT-Lower; closing at$l 09V Jun:
$I0U July; JUS September; SI 16
October: $1 10 year.
COllN-Lowor; 47 July; 49K
August; 61 September; SIX Octo
ber; Ao yr.
OATS Lower; 82K IJuly; 28 August,
27 V year.
WHKAT-July $1 14K; Augus$l 17X;
September $1 19V.
CORN July 61H; August 88; Septem
ber 64 .
OATS July 38.V; August 87 V; Septem
ST. LOU LI.
BUTTEK -Market quiet, but virtually
unchanged in price. Sales of creamery
were at llifol for choice to fancy, to 22 for
selection. Dairy at l.V17 for choice to
fancy, and lti for seloctlons; fair to good
lOia'li; common He 10. Country packed
ijvili't nt4rW for common, 6r7 for fair anil
4Ta'ic for low grade. Sale: 18 tubs cream
ery at 20c; 21 do 10c; 11 off do at 16c.
EUUS Quint and dull at 13Vc for cur
LIVE POULTRY Old chicken were In
light ripply, good request ud steady at
$3tftl 2." foroocks, W 503 75 for mixed,
and $4f4 -fl 'or bens. Small and medium
sized spring dull and dragging at $1(92;
good slxed fair sal at $2 6tMf2 75.
Country market rather dull. Good mixed
American corn oft coast declined 6d.
Mixed American corn to arrive advanoed
3d. Weather tn England wet.
Rod winter wheat to arrive declined W.
Spot wheat steady. No. S spring as
Id. No. S spring 8s Id; Wostorn wiutor
9 Id; Calliorut declined 8d. Western
corn firm and held higher. Demand frees
simslaiS Hlnnlam end
1 for wtssMsad oossw
will cure dyspeptia.heartburn, mala
ria, kidney disease, liver complaint,
and other wasting diseases.
enriches the blood and purifies tho
system; cure 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 preparations will.
Ladies and all sufferers from neu
ralgia, hysteria, and kindred com
plaints, will find it without an equaL
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HltTheRt Cash Price P&id for Wheat.
PROPRIETOR OF flrROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
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