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. For Dyspepsia,
C broolo Dlar.
Impurity of the
nioud, Fever and
aud all L!etti
raukud hjr De
rangement of Liver, Itowcls and Kidney.
SYMPTOMS OF A DISEASED LITER.
Bad Breath ; Pain in th Side, sometimes the
pain li felt under the Shoulder-blade, mistaken for
Kheumatitm ; general luu of appetite ; Bowels
generally costive, sometimes alternating with lax:
the head is troubled with pain, it dull aad heavy,
with considerable lota nf memory, accompanied
with a painful srmatiun of leaving undone something
which ought to have been done; a slight, dry cough
arid Auohed face 11 aonieiiinea an attendant, often
miitaken for consumption; the patient complaint
of weariDcu and debility ; nervous, easily itartied;
fcet cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation
of the sktn eaisis; spint a.e low and despondent,
and, although satisfied Hut cxwise would be bene
ficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it in fact, distrusts every rrrneiiy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the disras. but cases
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet
examination after death has shown lh Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
It should be uid by all persons, old aad
young, whenever any of the above
Parsons Traveling; or Living la Cll
health Localttiea, by tailing a don occasion,
ally to keen the liver in healthy action, will avoid
all MalarU, lllllou attacks, Dim neta. Nau
sea, Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, etc. It
will invigorate like a glass of wine, but la no In
If You have eaten anything hard ot
rllgeation, or feel heavy after meals, or alep
leal at night, take a dose and you will be relieved.
Time and Doctor' Itill will be aaved
by always keeping the Regulator
In the House I
For, whatever the ailment mny be, a thoroughly
safe purgative, alterative and tonle can
never be out of place. The remedy is hartnlea
and doe not Interfere with bualne or
IT IS FFRELY VEGETABLE.
And na all the power and efficacy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects.
A fiovernor Testimony.
Simmons l.iver Regulator has been in use in my
family for me time, and 1 am satisfied it is a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J. (iii.L Shutk, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander II. hteulien, of (.,
says: Have derived vunc Iwncfii Irr.m the use of
Simmons I jver KegSUtur, and wish to give it a
"The only Thing that never fall to
Relieve."-! have used many remedies fc.r Dys.
pepsia, l.iver Affection and Debility, but never
have found anything to benefit me to the eitent
Simmons l.iver Regulator has. 1 sent from Min
nesota to Georgia for it. and would send 'urther for
such a medicine, and would advike all who are sim
ilarly affected to give it a trial as it serins the only
thing that never fails tn relict e
I'. M. Janmp.v, Minneapolis, Minn.
I)r, T. XV. Maaon aayai From actual ex
perience in the use of Simmons l.iver Kegulatur i
any practice 1 have been and am satisfied to use
and prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
lejJTTake only the Genuine, whieh always
has on the Wrapper the red 7. Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. II. ZKILIN 4 CO.
FOR SALE HV ALL DRUGGISTS.
JJU. J. E. STRONG,
123 Otiininercial Ave, Cairo, III.
VAPOK, ELECTKO-VAI'OH aao MEDICATKD
A lady jn atteudaD.ce.
JJU W. C. JOCh'LYN,
DKN I' 1ST.
OKFM'K KiaThtn Htre't n.r f'l'ir.D rrl! Arij
J)U. K W. WHITLOCK,
Ornoi Ko. 136 Commercial Avenne, between
aVM'i and Mi'H Mtreeia
n. R. smith.
tuuJiiT a. smith
Grand Central Store.
OA.IKO. - - ILIj.
JEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1ER & CO..
Cor. Nineteenth utre-otl OftirO. 111.
OoaimnrclitlAvunnei VvailU, in.
N. B. Thistlewood & Iko.
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo. - - - Illinois
jj id. rsrcE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
eth Btroei, hstwoon Cotu'l Ave. nrl Lcvw.
CIJQKE BORING A SPJfiCIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMuNITION.
afi Ralrad. All Kinds el Ktirt. Md.
r- a t v m avota. m v tr v v-k i- r t a f m f - " ' ' "
NEWS OF ALL SORTS.
Rumors of Trouble in Trades
The Floods Disappearing-Adultei
ated Tea-A Substitute for Lard
Internal Revenue Missouri
Nkw York, June 27. A upecial dispatch
to tln'Tini"H from 1'lttnburli t.s y at : "For
several (Java rumors bare beti current thai
at the next meeting of the general assembly
of thu Knight of Labor, which will be
hold at Cincinnati la August, the repre
sentatives of thin Ulatt rict , which In the
moat luipor t :int In the order, embracing
one hundred suture miles of territory and
eighty tor-itl assemblies reprttaentin; as
minjr different trmln, will submit a prop
osition that the t.yitem of the oreanlzation
bo chund no that representatives of
the diffeient tntdp, Instead of beini
niancd Into miscellanotik dixtrictH, be al
lowed to form diatriciR In which only nii'in
hern of one trade will be ellL'iblo to mem
bership. The report was repeatedly denied
by the officer ot the order whose heitd
li'artrrt are lu thin city, but It was con
firmed by one who Is high In authority. 1 he
rt a-on as:unpd bv thla gentleman for the
chan' in that In this dlxtri't with its eighty
armblic the reprenentativvi of r-omc trails
nreaiwav on a strike, and ntueis who
derive no benefit are cotn polled to vontrlh
tite to their Mipporl. lie ay tne cnane
was prnpoM-il a year ago and was volcd
down, but Hi it Ki.ethen the feelifg ban
become general that the order in Its present
shape la unwieldy, and that a change in ne-
reiMary in prevent It from going to piece.
Me eiLreitaed no doubt that tula change will
be authorized. The announcement nf this
tiri'gnimnie has caii4 couMderable excite-
inei.t and bv many it U predicted that the
trade organization whose founder promUed
turn wonderful thing is no the verirc of
pinintegratton. The foundation of its
atrength it it claimed has been the principle
that all trades hbnuld act togeth
er and support each other, and if that
Idea is reimiliated there will be notnitig to
hold workmen of differeut trade to
gether. Internal Revenue Report.
W AsmscTox, June 1!7. A atatetnent
pirpan-d in the office of the comtnihsioner
of internal revenue tbows that aggregate
receipt), during May, !:(, wore $146,811
greater than for the same mouth of 19S2.
l'bere wna an increa.so of $321,723 from
pjrlts; an Increase of $2Jfl,fi27 from
Iilacc4); an iiiereane of 1U7,
:fkt from beer: t decrease of
kM.CM from hanks and bankers, and a tie
creaoe of fHh,752 Irom rniHcellaneona
aiteca. Ia the taxation of tobaco
tbeit- wa an increase of $118, ftxi on
cigars, a decreaw nf ;tl,930 on cigareties,
in increase of 1 , 5.11 on "miff, an increane
of tHIS.WH on chew inc and smokiuir tobacco,
a decrease of J."iii,7G2 from dealers in manu
factured tobacco, ana a de.'reare of Kii.tCTI
from all other sources. A comparative
statement of the collections from internal
revenue during the firm eleven months of
the fiacal year ending June ). 18'J and
13. abows tb following: Total receipts
from spirits: lu 1W a.514.92; 183.
f68,S2,666; increase. M,a8ti,ft6S. From
tobeeco In 12, J4:w.4fto.wi ; ! 1, W,-
7rW.yTS; tlecreae SJ.tw,iott.
From fermented liquor- In 152, til,-
410,t44; in $l.VUol ,4:8; increase,
5631,4. From banks and bankers In
1KX2. $3,888,721; in lisa, 3,748,5tll; de
creane $140,160. Miscellaneous In 12,
$7,834,571: in 1S83, $7,24(,9;9: decrease
$84,002. Total receipts In 1872, $133,
7W.0O9; in l!3, 134,w;4,7d.S; increase il,'
Isnprleonrsseni for Shooting ft 1-e.dv.
Brli.rvili.k, III., Juue 27. John Henry
Jacobs was sentenced to one year in the
penitentiary Sy Judpe WatU, laat evening,
for aocidentally shooting Miss Catherina
Edwardi. at Caseyvllle last march. Jacob)
was returning from a liuuting expedition,
an 1 playfully pointed his gun at Mist
Kdwards, thinking it was not loaded.
The contents of the gun lodged lu the young
lady'a neck aud shoulder, producing al
most lu slant death. The coroner'" jury
rendered a verdict to the effect that the
vonnir ladv'g death resulted from gross
carelessness on the part of Jacobs. He
waa brongbt to Belleville ana lodged in
Jail, hut released later on bail. The
attorneys agreed on one rear s imprison
ment, which waa accordingly imposed.
Judge Watts In sentencing htm strongly
rebuked nun for bis carelessness in nanj
llag are-arms. Jacobs' young wife and a
number of the relatives of both parties were
present, who were feeling affected by the
remarks or tne juage.
Tbe Hill laveotlffftlioit.
W9Hinoto.v, June 87. J. W. Wilbur
teitllied before the Hill Investigating com
mittee that he had an account against tbe
Goverument for work done at the New
Tork poatotfice. He presented the account
to Hill, who said that it was all right, but
that he (Hill) ought to have
lometbiug for settling such
an old claim. He referred the witness
to Sannon, an emplove in hut office, who
look him aside and told him they ought to
have ten per cent, for settling a bill. Wit.
ness did not assent, and subsequently the
claim was disallowed. The matter was
considered bv Congress, and tbe oommlttoe
on dams mado a favorable report. At the
hearing before the Senate committee Hill
appeared and opposed the claim.
A Cave In.
Wilhksbarhe, Pa., Jiyie 27. -Tbe
heavy rains of the past few days and the
bursting of a dam caused an extensive cave
in at the Baltimore mines. The residents
In the neighborhood are alarmod,
f trout excitement prevails at the scene of
Ihucavo-in. It. ha extended a considera
ble distance and hits already eugulfud one
htiuse. This building was carried down
with Its contents to a depth of seventy-live
foot, and completely burled. A large
portion of the branch of the Delaware and
Hudson River railroad is now endangered
and may disappear at any moment. Sov
oral houses are in peril. The occupants
are seeking safer quarters. Up to this time
there Is no loss of life. It Is feared there
will be still further loss of property.
2Jkw York, June 27. The schedules in
the assignment for the benefit of creditors
hy Kdward A. Vnndcrhoof, Jr., Frank II,
Morrison & Frank ., and Harvey It. Van
Jorbonf, brokers ut ft!l li road way, to K. li.
Galllien, was tiled lu court to-dity. Liabil
ities $119,0(18, nominal assets $83,31)8, actual
CoNi'OKD, N. II. June 27. Tbe ballot
for United States Senator resulted as fol
lows i Whole number of votes east 322; nec
essary to a choice, 1K3; Oilman Marston, 14;
Aaron F. Stevens, 18; James F. Biiggs, 80;
i fames W. Patterson. 84; Edward H. Hoi
Ins, 104; Harry ulngham,. 110. Uolllns,
Itevens, Mars ton aud Patterson each gained
tne veto fiosn yesterday's rate.
TAIRO. N.UN01H, THURSDAY
, Cei Oil Instead ol tar.
Chicago, Jus 17. The manufacturers
of ootton-eeed oil are holding a national
convention here. Sixty mills are repre.
sen ted. It having recently been repre
sented by "Uncle" Pe'r McQeoch that a
leading brand of larl wu largely adulterat
ed with cotton-seed oil, a well-known cotton-seed
crusher was questioned as to the
enect oi mixing cotton-seed oil v:tn
"It don't hurt tbe lard any. On lite
contrary, It Improves It. But the lird
spoils tne oil. l'bere Is no necessity for
mixing them. Both are better without
the other, while oil for cooking purposes Is
far ahead of lard. It can be moasured ex
actly, and that is more than you can say for
lard. Besides theru Is tie water In it, and
there Is In the best prime steam lard." Jo
seph Stack, of the Future City Oil Works,
savs: "The process of making cotton-seed
oil is just as clean as tost or
making pound cake, and the
oil Is going to tako the place of
the best lard that can be made. It is better
to cook with for a variety of reasons.
Liaru contains a very heavy percentage or
water, oil contains none. It is 83 per
cent, cheaoer as to ouantltv. for with oil at
42 to 55 cents per gallon, tbe extreme prob-
aoie range in prices, it would cost six
to eight cents pur pound, as against eight
to ten cents for lard, and one pound of
oil equals fully two and a half pounds of
fteteare ol Adallerateel Tea.
New York, June 27. Mr. James R. Da-
vies, United States tea appraiser of this
port, Tuesday presented a report to the col
lector, showing that 3,100 packages of the
cargo of tea shipped here from Shanghai on
the steamer Flintshire were adultcratca and
consequently rejected. The teas were
mixed with sand and gravel, exhausted tea
leaves and dirt and paste, rolled
into pelleM to represent
dried leaves. In several instances
the impurities were evident to an Inexperi
enced observer. When taken In the hand
and crushed between the lingers the sand
was plainly visible. About 5o0 packages of
colored Japan tea, of which a greater por
tion was dust, were also rejected arter a
careful examination. This tea was of high
color and mixed with mineral substances in
increase tbe weight. The seizure is the firt
Important one made sinoe the passsageof the
new law on March 21 of this year. All the
teas are more or less affected with Impuri
ties, Accordinglvl the law allows that those
which do not show that more than four per
rent and in extreme cases six per cent shall
be passed. In the case of the teas rejected
they had Impurities exceeding double tbe
percentage permitted, ine rejected teas,
bad they been plaoed in the mar
ket here, would have sold for nearly (22,
A Coarb Attacked bj Rubbers.
Hxi.kna, Montana, June 27. At three
o'clock Saturday morning, while the Helena-bound
Deer Lodge coach was crossing a
range of the Rockies, eighteen miles west
of this city, two men with handkerchiefs
tied across the lower part of their faces
stepped from tbo brush and ordered the
driver to halt. John McCormick, tbe
post trader at Ft. Missoula,
was on tbe box with the driver
and drawing a six-shooter be quickly
opened firo on the highwaymen. One was
badlv hurt and crawled back tnto the
liruih. Tbe other returned McCormick 's
fire, seriously wounding one of tbe wheel
horses. The tem took fright, ran and
was soon out of tbe robbers' range.
Three patsengcrs were en board, but were
unarmed. Tbe treasure box was on the
coach following tbe one attacked. Officers
from Helena are now out on the trail ot tbe
Mo Duet Ye.
Washikoton, June 27. It is reported
at a late hour la.t night, that Elam and
Hlerne, the Richmond duelists were in this
vicinity and would fight at sunrise this
morninc. within ten miles of this city. As
nothing has been heard ftom the front,
and the weather is storming, it is pre
sume! the encounter bas been postponed
on account of rain.
ABOt'T TO FIGHT.
ChaRI.kston.W. Va., JooeJT. Belrne,
one of the Richmond editors, waa ien at
Kanrevort this morning accompanied by
friends, and ft is thought qia hostile meet
ing with Elam la about to occur.
Trouble Over Illarb license,
Chicago, June 27. It has been dis
covered that the saloon ordinance, passed
by the city council to escape the effect of
the Harper high license bill for a period of
six months, is defective by reason of the
fact that it erants licenses for six days lon
ger than the municipal year, A special
meetinif of the council willne held to-morrow
evening to remedy the defect If pos
sible, but the situation is made worse by
I he assertion that the three thousand saloon-keepers
will be compelled to once
again procure licenses.
Eascon, Pa., June 27. The commence
mcnt exercises of Lafayette College were
held to-day in Pardee hall, the rain pre
venting the usual out-door exercises. The
trustees gave the honorary degree of D. D.
rt Pav '.tktin It Mnlirna Phlla'lalnhla
J The dogreo of LL. D. was conferred on
rror. i. r . Drac.aeii oi rnnceion, it. 11.
C. Wood of tbe University of Pennsylvania,
and Kev. Dr. J. A. MoOautley of Dlckln
Portland, Oregon, June 27. Advieei
to-night give the particulars of a colllson on
tho Northern Pacifio at Heron Station. A
gravel tralu of fifteen ears was run Into by
a construction train. Geo, Pike, the engin
eer of the gravel train, and twenty-three
Chinamen were killed, and fifteen others
were wounded. Tbe accident was the re
sult of gross carelessness,
Rol lor Oft For Harvard.
Boston, June 27. Gov. Butler and
Lieut. -Gov. Ames left for Harvard College
this morning with the members nf his staff
and the National Lancers for an escort.
Tho governor was driven in an elegant
baromche drawn by six horses, and was
dressed in citizens' clothes.
A Vessel ftnnk.
Alexandria Bay.N. Y., June27,-The
steamer Rothesay, plying the St. Lawrence
from Clavton to Morrlsburir. struck a rock
this morning near the Thousand Island
park, proceeded two miles and then ran
asnore ana ssiik. ine passengers wers
A Islaaailroiia Nlerrn.
Lancastkk, Pa. i Juno 27. A dlssstrotii
storm bas Just occurred In this county,
In many eases the tobacco and corn crops
are ruined. Trains on tbe 1'nnnsvlvania
mad are detained, owinir to nmkankmenti
Utility of Murder.
Nkwauk, N. J., Juue27. Tho ooronor'i
Jury lu the case of Lottie Chlshnlin. who
was shot by hr husband last Saturday, ren
dered a verdict that tbe husband li guilty
A Hotel Burned.
Waukroa.v, 111., June 37. The Glen
Flora Hotel, a frame structure which wai
never completed, was burned hero last eve
nlng, Loss, $12,000. It wu tho work of
The tint Peaehee.
Madison, Ind., June 27. The fret
ripe peaches were pulled todaya Unlit
wonts will begin Saturday,
MORNINO, JUNE 28,
All Sangor Irosn the riooda ThooM
to bn tfaaaod.
St. Looia, Juno 27. The continued
fall bat begotten a feeling of security In
all the threatened districts. Tbe North St.
Louis people have qutt building dlket and
are enjoying a muuh needed resting spell.
East St. Louis It perfectly tranquil. There
Is rising water In tbe region flooded by
the railroad embankment break at Newport
and additional damage is regorted. Tbe
transfer steamer McMullTn steamed
up Chouteau Slough yes
terday, where no steamer had sailed for
twenty years, Tbe boat passed oyer high
waters fringed by tall willow trees, as an
old farmer, who was on the yesael, pointed
out where the boat was passing over bis la
ter patch, and added: "Down about ten
feet under this keel you'll find as nice a lot
ot cabbage as was ever turned out of th
ground." He continued: "Right ovet
tbar whir you see tbe lop of that 'ere maple
sticking out of the watel
Is whsr Henry Pettlnglll's wheat J'lned
my 'titters, n'yar we are now In Jim Mc
The McMullin called at several farms and
took on stuck end people,
Ajtnsl measurement would probably
develop the fac that there are 7 000 acret
of land under water between Newport and
Madison worth $.10 an acre u a low estimate
for the crops thereon making a total ol
1210,000. In the East C'arondelot region
tbe fslluiHto Is 4,409 acres.
Minneapolis, Minn., June 27. Dele
gates to tbe Republican State Convention
arrived all day. Senator Windom, who
was the cnndldato of both the Adtnlnls.
tratlon and anti-Administration parties for
pcrmment chairman, was elected thli
morning. A dispatch Just received
from New York says he cannol
start In time to be present. It is an
olf year for the party, but by tbe gather
ing does not promise to he so harmonious
at anticipated. There Is a vory evident
deposition to upset slates for a re-nomination
of tbe present oflicem, tbe strongest
firht being made on Lieutenant (invernot
(illman. It Is announced that O. E. Rice
Is out on tbe field, and his following has
gone over to S. (t. Comstock, be
tween whom and Oilman the tight is to be
with chances in favor of Comstock. A ftt
silade bas been opened by Governor Hub
bard, for whom there is no warm support,
anil who, if nominated, will be defeated
through the Itikewarmness of his friends.
Windom and tillflllan are the most likely
candidates, but tbo opposition to Hubbard
has not crystalicd.
WAKrtKXLBURO, Mo., June 27. The
eold water convention Is warming things up
here at the homes of Crittenden and Cock
roll and tho local Democrats are worried
over tbe turning over and shaking up their
party is getting at the hands of Democratic
Prohibitinuists, who compose by far I he
larger portion of tbe convention. So far
the best effort was tbe speech of Mr. V. It.
Bennett, the brightest Democratic stump
speaker In Kansas and a red-hot pinhibi
tinnist and temperance advocate. His
speech was delivered to an Immenso crowd
and was inimitable lu style ami
strong argument for his sido. Although
a Democrat Bennett docs noi take any
stock in Senator Vest, and took occasions
to give tbe eloquent attorney ot
tbe National Brewers' Association sev
eral severe raps. Benuett Is anxious to
meet Vest In Joint dlsctiseion on this ques
tion. 'I he session of the convention this
forenoon was taken up with the transac
tion nf routine business and listening to a
lengthy aud exhaustive speech from Col.
W. K. Hwltzler In favor of constitutional
prohibition, aad lu explanation of autuplu
ary legist ition.
The New Mhlp Canal.
LArtrKTTie, Intl., June 27. The pro
ject of a ship canal from the Great Lakes to
the Wabash river, thus affording increased
water facilities to the Ohio, thence to tbe
Mississippi nnd to tbe (julf, has received
ait uuiisual impetus the past
week, on accottut of the discrimination in
the Wabash railroad pool, which has
stirred up an excitxl the entire mercantile
interests of the Wabash Valley. It is
believed that with a ship canal connecting
the lakes with the navigable rivers nf the
West a remedy wIM be afforded that will
put an end to the exactions of rail
roads. Steps have already boon taken to
dredge the Wabash river and make it navi
gable to Lafavette. The men Interested
work to send the Hon. Thos. H. Ward to
Congress In the hopes of obtaining Con
gressional aid in its behalf. It will require
an enormous sum.
An I'nknown Man's Nnlclde.
St. Louu, June 27. While tho dirt
train on the Illinois and St. Louis railway
was passing Lake station at twenty minutes
after eleven fo'elock this morning a man
lumped on tbe track in front of tbe engine.
The entire train panud over him. His
right leg was broken, his shoulder-blade
and hack broken and his face some
what mutilated. Coroner Bader held the
inquest at 12 o'clock, the verdict exonerat
ing Lee Guest, tbe engineer of the train,
who could not have averted the calamity.
The man was roughly clad, about thirty
five vears of age and bad Inqulrei along the
road for work as a teamster. No papers
were found which could lead to his Identifi
cation. An Kltuteen Tear Old Infant,
Whkrijsu, West Virginia, Juno 27,-In
Hampshire County Is a young woman, or
ohtld, born In Pennsylvania In 18ti,rt, and
therefore, (ghteen yoart old, who Is In
everything but age an Infant. She is the
daughter of Mr. John E. Miller, of Shanes
vllle. A Knlloman who recently saw her
and learned her age from reliable author
ity, f tut net her lying In a cradle. She Is
twenty-eight Inches In height, and weighs
but twenty-five pounds, She can not walk
or talk, and eate nothing but milk, whleb Is
fed from a bottle.
Bennett Wine Ills Halt.
Niw Yoiik, June 27. -The case of
Jsmes Gordon Bonnott ag:titiit the city was
concluded In the Supreme court. Tbe
suit was brought to rooover a claim
against the city for adver
tising tn the Herald. Tho comptroller
refused to pay advertising rales and
the Herald received the amount tho enmp
trnllei agreed to pay and sued for Iho bal
ance of over $IO,O0o with Interest. Tho Jury
retarned a verdict In favor of tho plaintiff
At Alton, III.
Alton, III., Juno 27. -The river Is rail
ing here, having receded eight Inches lu the
litsttweiity-foiir hours. The belief Is gen
eral that tlx flood Is now over, A incftlng
was held here to night to rtrganl.e a move
ment for tbe relief of tbe iiOVrers In the
American bottom anil Chouteau's Island,
A benefit eulortalnment will be given Sat
('LIMA, Ohio, 'June 27. -Quo. Iprlelter
Tuesday ate on a wager throo and a half
pounds of dried beef, one loaf of
bread, and drank three glasses of beer 'uml
whiskey each, three mips of coffee uml
rinsed all down with three glasses of wa
ter. ('hewitaf tinsn Bnraed.
Nvihvilli, Tcnn., June 27. Valentino
A Co, 'a ohewlig gum man u factory and
Delhi A Lord's ale eatd hoar aaanufaotory
were buroeijjm inonrtnfr The ttal loss
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FOREIGN AFFAIRS. .
President Gravy and the Pope Com mom
Discusses the Pauper Question
C! ira in Egypt.
LoMPOtf, June 27. The Times' oorree
pondent at Paris says: Tbe pope's letter
to President Orevy regarding church af
fairs In France, complains of the expulsion
of the religious orders, the suspension of
the salaries ofourates, the army Dili, which
militates against tbe supply of priests
and the arbitrary cbauges
proposed, thus rendering the
church unable to defend its rights
against the usurpation of the state.
President Orevy 's reply will be concilia
tory. WILL ANSWER IK PIRIOV.
Paris, June 21. The government have
decided that President Grevy shall answer
the pope's letter personally. In connec
tion ltb this correspondence be
tween Grevy and tbe pope a
protest, entered by tbe archbishop of
Paris against the suppression ot the chap
laiuoies in the Paris hospitals, Is Interest
ing. The archbishop says tbe measure Is
one nf cruel Intolerance, but notwithstand
ing tho priests must continue to do every
thing possible for the tick. The decree
permits a patient to summon his parish
priest, and the archbishop says the letter
should stipulate for tbe liberty to visit all
Qi'kknstow.v, Juue 27. The American
rifle team arrived this morning in e xcellent
health and spirits. They will proceed to
Liverpool, accompanied by sir Henry
Halford and Mr. Waller, of tbe British
team, who met them here. A warm re
ception will be givon thorn on their arrival
at Liverpool by a committee of citizens,
beaded by the mayor.
Losnoy, June 27. -William Spottis
woodc, LL. D., F. K, 8., Is dead.
AROl'T ITI8II PAI PKRS.
London. June 27. In the housi of com
mons Joseph Co wen, radical, gave notice
that he would submit a question whether it
w:ih true that Irish paupers bad been tent
to America with the knowledge and consent
of the government.
Damiet ta, June 27. Forty -soven deaths
yesterday, thirty-seven of them are known
to have been from cholera. In Manxutah,
tbus far, there have been eoven cases, two
of which proved fatal.
There were two cases of cholera at Port
Said, one of wtch was fatal.
Alexandria, June 27. The panic over
thu chaalera in Egypt Is Increasing. Tbe
flight of Kuropeans continnes. A commis
sion has been formed to devise moans to
protect Alexandria from the malady. Tbe
festivals usually hold on the anniversary of
the kbedlve's nit-cession are to be stopped.
All the ministers have keen recalled to
I BE LAND
Dublin, June ST. The chairman of tbe
Loughrea union has declared that he never
knew the outdoor-relief list to have been so
high as now, and that it Is neceasary to in
crease tbe relieving staff.
Why She War-tad n aXsrnre.
Sr. Louis, June 27. Mrs. Delia Fine
to-day entered a tuit for divorce agaiust
her husband, James Fine. She directly
charges him with undue Intimacy with
other women, and naming one, she alleges
apcclfially tbat her husband plaoed his arm
ajound her waist and kitted her and, quot
ing tbe wtda of the seiitlaa, "she seemed
to enjoy the kiss." Some shocking impro
prieties are charged tn connection
with the husband's attention to other fe
males, and it is alleged that he took a cer
tain girl out bugsy ridiag, returning borne
after midnight. Mrs. Floe wants the cus
tody of the two oblldren and tne furnitnre.
for which her relatives paid at the time of
Wellsvillk, Ohio, June 27. The clgh-teen-months-old
child of Jas. Anion,
Smith's Ferry, swallowed the contents of
a bottle of strychnine, Tuesday,
snd died in fifteen minutes in horrible
Wea:i!iy I'iaaler Mardwred.
AftHKViLLK, N.L.June 17. -Charles and
Thomas Bryson were arrested in Cherokee
county, to-day, on a charge ot murdering
Michael Roberts, a wealthy planter ot that
JUNK 27, 1H8S.
IIOOS Lower and weak; oYdlOc lower.
Light Hi 0OCM 4i; mixed packing ft! ma
6 30; heavy packing and shipping 4J "iUd
CATTI.K-Kxports $ 20M 15; good to
choice shipping fo Ko 80; comtuou to
fair 10 off, t 70145 40.
CATTLK-ExportstneiwfSllOrsM 15; good
to heavy do $5 WXMo 75; right to fair $5 11
(ab 40; common to medium $4 trroV 00;.
fair to good Colorado $4V 50; southwest
1 ibtt; 00; corn-fed Texans (4 2it.' 50;
light to good stocksrs fl 60O3 90; fair to
good foedurs$4 0064 2o; common to choice
native cows and helfors 1 tUWd4 SO; scalla
wags or any kind W 0063 50.
Ml KK1' Common, medium and light
12 4i)rat3 r0; fair to good Ki AOrrf-t 00; prime
M 2.Vrf4 50; fair to good Texans $2 75(9
HotiS -Strong; unsupplied shipping do
main!; heavy grades timet. Yorkers $l 25
foil :K); butchers and I'hlla $6 SOOd 40; ex
tra $U 50; pigs $5 5 6tt5 00.
WIIK AT Lower, closing
Julv; l 051 August; $107
titbit October: $1 01 voar.
at $1 02
COUN-lrngular; 611H July;
August; 54 'i sjcptombor; 64 H
ber; 4il hi vear.
OATS-Wgular at 83 July;
August; 20 September; 39 year.
WHK.AT-Lowor; closing at$l 0!)
$1 no July; $t 12 September;
Octniii'i'i $1 08 year,
COUN-Lowerj 47 July;
August ; 4!l's September; ftO
ber: 4 4 ' vear.
OATS-Lowcr; 112 July; 2
27 's year,
WIIKAT-July l 14 i
Senleniber M it).
August $1 17;
(OltN-July 01 ; Atttfust 63 Septom
ber 04 .
Con ii try lrodiiee.
IIHTTKIt Market quiet, but virtually
unchanged In price, Sales of creamery
were at l!if(2l for choice to fancy, to 22 for
selections. Dairy at 15717 for choice to
funcr, and tri for selections! fair to good
10cl2; common KofdO. Country packed
quint al 4o for choice fresh, tkdi for medium
and loiNlc for low grade,
Kill 14 -Lowers and dull at 13o tor cur
LIVK POULTUY-Old chickens were la
light supply, good ruqainst aud steady at
jsldll 25 for cocks, f (Wfd3 75 for mixed,
and &lr4 25 for bens. Small and medium
sized springs dull and dragging at $l(i'H
good slsod (als sale at f'J 5u2 75.
Weatbor In England unsettled. Spot
wheat quiet, but steady, No. 2 spring Ds
Id. No. V spring 8s Id I Western winter
Da Id; Western oorn dull. Demand from
United Kingdom aad Continent dull for
wltsat and eoris r'
I cure rlvsnemia heartburn mala.
ria, kidney disease, liver complaint,
aim uiuci wasting uncases.
enriches the blood and purifies the
system; cures weakness, lack of
energy, etc. Try a bottle.
is the only Iron preparation that ,
does 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
1 .hints will find it without an equal.
rjJUE CITY NATIONAL HANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVJiE.
A General Hanking Huninest
JNTEHPUISE SAYINO HANK,
KXCLl'SIVULY A SAVINGS HANK.
TH OS. W. II A 1 ) A- ,
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
HUhMtCMh Price Paid for Wheat.
PROPRIETOR OK SFKOAT'8 PATENT
WholeHolo Dealer in loe.
ICF BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
PACKED FOR SUIFPINO
Oar Loadrt a Specialty.
Cor, Twelfth Street and Leiee,
mi s f
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