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THE CAIRO DAILY BUT I M
(UIKO. thLINOlH, FRIDAY MORNINfl, JUNE 29, 1883.
r brass, Jaundice,
Wood, Fever and
and all Diae
cauard by De
rangement of Liver, Dowels and Kidney.
ITMPTOMS OF A DISEASED LITER.
Bad Breath; fain in the Side, tomatimtt th
pain it felt under the Shoulder-blade, mistaken for
Kheumatisin ; general loss of appetite; Buweli
generally coative, arimetimea alternating with laa;
the head it troubled with pain, it dull and heavy,
with considerable lost of memory, accompanied
with a painful Miisatiun of leaving undone something
which ought to have been dune; a slight, dry cough
and flushed face it tmiielimes an attendant, often
mistaken fur consumption; the patient complaint
of weariness and debility; nervous, easily ttarUatt;
teet cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation
of the tltm exists, siirus arc low ami despondent,
and, although satisfied that exercise would be bene
ficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it in fact, distrusts every remoiy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the disease, hut casta
have occurred when but few of litem eautrd, yet
eaamination after death has shown the Liver to
bavt been extensively deranged.
It should be need by all persons, old Bad
yourif, whenever any of the above
Person Traveling or Living In TJn
healthy Localities, by taking a du occasion
ally to keep the Liver in healthy action, will avoid
aU Malaria, Illlloua attack , Piui ness, Nau
sea, Drowsiness, Impression ol Spirits, etc. It
will invigorate like a glass of wine, but is no In
If Tou have eaten anything hard ol
digestion, or feel heavy after meals, or sleep
leas at night, take a dote and you will be relieved-
Time and Doctors' Bills will be saved
by alts ays keeping the Itrgulator
In the House I
For, whatever the ailment my he, a thoroughly
safe purgatlvst, alteratlTH and tonic can
never be out of place. The remedy is harmless
and dors not interfere with buainea or
IT IS FUR ELY VEGETABLE,
And has all the power and efficaiy of Ualomel or
(Jui nine, without any of the injurious after effects.
A fSovernor'a Testimony.
Simmons Liver Regulator hat been in use in my
family for tome time, and I sin satisfied it it a
valuable addition to the medical sciente.
J. Gill hohtkh, Governor of Ala.
Hon. AlriannVr If. Stephen, of C.a.,
says: Have derived some bervni fn.ni the use ol
Simmons I aver Regulator, and wuh to give it a
"The only Thing that never falls to
Relieve,' f have used many remedies for Dyt-
rrpsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never
are found anything to benefit me to the ritenl
Simmons Liver regulator has. I sent from Min
nesota lo Georgia for it, and would vend furiher for
such a medicine, and would advise all who are tim
ilarly afftaed to give it a trial as it seems the only
thing thai never fails to relieve
I'. M. Jankkv, Minneap-Jit, Minn.
Dr. T. YV. Mnpion ayt From actual ex
perience in the me of Simin jiii Uver Krgulator in
my practice 1 have been and am satisfied to use
and prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
ayTak only ths Genuine, which alwayi
hat on the Wrapper the red . Trade-Mark
andNlguature of J. II. ZF.ILIH CO.
FOR SALE nv ALL IRIT,0!STS
K. J. E. STRONG,
128 Csilllineri-i.il Ao. falro, III.
VAPOR, trvjjV'TS? VAP0R 41,0 MEDICATKD
A ltdy iu altuiidance.
JjU. W. C. JOCh'LYN,
D K NT1S T .
OKKICK Rights rMrnet near rump err.!! Avarm
K. K W. WIIITLOCK,
Ornua No. 13 Commercial Avenu. bitweet
KcM'l and NH.tn ftreeta
IAS B. SMITH.
EUBKRT A. "MITB
Grand Central Store.
HATHO. - - ILL.
NEW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TII1C CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. FAT IK It Ac OO.,
Cor. Nlnotctilh street I ffl,irO. 111.
Commercial Avenue f VailU, in.
N. B. Tlristlewood & Bro.
ii U A IN.
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
nniro. - Illinois.
j-rm k. nsrc:
Manufacturer and Doelor In-
ttth Street, between Ootu'l Avu. and Levn.
C1I0KE BORINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMUNITIOK.
lafsi Hasalied, Ail Kind oi Keri.Made,
THE WORLD'S DOINGS,
More Damaging Testimony
Wasson Sentenced Two Murders
Recorded Political News
Tbe Hill Infeallartillon.
WAAiiLHii ius. June as. Iii tbe Hill la-
ventilation ("olemau cnlled for all tbe
vouchers for tbe money paid Geo. L. I)a-
inon since Auut,l7H, for Iron safes or tl re
proof shutters; also for all tbe voucher for
tbe money paid Bartlct, Kbbin A Co.,
or Haywurd. RobMns t Co., the present
firm, for work done or material fur
niahed by thi'in to tbe government since
Objection was made by Thomas that urh
a wholesale expose of tbe business of Hart
Irtt, Bobbins A Co. would be unfair lo tbe
present Arm in that it would disclose their
business to tbohe who msy be competing
Coleman: "How can that be when they
have a monopoly of the business?' '
I'rotracted arguments ensued, during
which cnunl fur tbe prosecution charged
that B.irtlett, Bobbin A Co. had secured
nearly all the contractu for tilins xince the
advent of III I u iiiixTvisink' architect and
bad bom enaliled to dr so through corrupt
influences In the architect's office, although
not tbe lowest bidder.
Tbotnru (excitedly): "If tbe gentleman
charges that Hartlett, Robblu fe Co. cor
ruptly obtnlned contract I denounce it as
a (Minder. '
Coleman replied: "Let us see the docu
ments showing tbe amount of monev
wblrb thekc gentlemen have received and
we will be uble to tell something about
Tbe committee after conHtiltution ruled
that counsel should be permitted to inspect
all tbe papers included in bis call and
should nit built tbeui to tbe committee.
(leneral Stelnmetx then took tbe aland.
In lift tbe witncKit held tbe position of
axlstant superintendent of construction in
tbe New York post -office, and tiud charge
of all tbe work. Itartlett, Kobbins A Co.
bad a contract for iron-work, nUirs, grat
ing", illuminated tilinir. etc. They fur
nUhnd the material under tbe Immediate
direetion of the wiineit.
The bill rendered by Hartlett, Bobbin
A Co. were then put in evidence.
Witney read over thu item of tbo charge
for extra work, and tnxtiOed that one pair
of stairs for which Bartlett, Bobbins A Co.
chareed $KS8 never were put Into the build
ing, and otbe.r cburges for extra work ap
peared on tbetr bill lor which he (Steln
metx) never gave ar.v order.
At this polet a aumbstr of vouchers which
bad been called for by the prosecution waro
tmmght in, and upon ton stiKgestinn of
Alexander the com in It tee adinurned for the
purpose of affording the wit neaacs an op
portunity to tnnpect tbe papers.
Having exhaiMed tbe venire of two hun
dred men In the caae, and only selected
James Travis and Jame Thompson to keep
company with James K. I'olk Hill, w ho
n accepted as t Juror on Tuesday, the
court ordered another venire of two hun
dred, which will make six bundrd sum
moned in all. The case wa continued un
Murdered 111 Nwe!hart.
Richmond, Va., June 28. Jesse Quar
ter, a young man who has been working
tome time In a tobacco manufactory In the
town of Ooodson, in this Male, quit work
Wednesday and told friends tbat be intend
ed to kfll tome oue before night tod then
kill himself. Ue bad beeti In love with
Belle baytvri, a girl of sixteen years, for
some time. She boarded at the name house
he did. She did not encourage
hi attention. About (even o'clock
in tbe evening he borrowed an axe and
went directly to where tbe young girl tat by
a window of her room, and. walking up to
ber, struck ber with the blade of the weap
on upon the bead, making a gash three
Inehea long and cleaviusT the skull. Tbe
girl cannot live. Quarters was hurrw-d oft
to Abingdon by the law officer and JalM.
There are rioui thonghu of a lynching,
and tbe guard who took hi in to prison bad
great difficulty In keeping the mob from
snatching the' prisoner away from them,
although they were beavilv armed.
On the death of the girl, which u ex
peoted. a further effort at lynching I ap
prehended. Mlttaeaola RfpabHcAni.
St. FaCL, Minn., June 28. Tbe Repub
lican itate convention did not adjourn
until 2 o'clock this morning. It wa
nearly midnight before tbe flmt ballot w:ui
taken, resulting In tbe renomlnation of
Got. Hubbtrd. Over an hour was con
sumed In tbe ballot for I.teut. -Gov. Ths
ticket as completed at 1:80 a. in., stands:
Lbut.-Gov, C. A. Oilman, renominated;
Cba. Klttleton, Trawurer; (ion. W. J.
Hahn, Attorney; J. H. Uaker, Railroad
Commissioner ; Fred Beluinhack, Secre
tary of State, Tbe pUtform adopted en
dorse Arthur' administration, approves
the whiskey and tobtcco tax, declare for
tariff for revenue so as to develop manu
factures, favors civil service reform and
tbe submission of prohibition to a popular
vote. A resolution was Introduced by a
Windnm mnn condemning the Increasing
tendency of tbe Republican -party to bolt
caucus nominations and county Instruc
tions. It was trthlnd and the convention
adjourn d. The proceeding of the clos
ing hours were dcctdodly stormy.
Missouri Hull road a.
It. I.ot is, June 28. The St. Louis
Journal aud Farmer contain the following:
"The assessed due of railroads and rail
road properly In Missouri, as returned for
174. was $16, .108, 4 '26 j for 1876 it wa. $.'10..
007, ON); for 1877 It was
fc!4,118,441; for 1881 It was KKUill,87S: for
Wi It had crept tip to W,;i,3,7an, showing
thttt w ith more than a thousand miles of
added railroad InVlgbt years, tbe aggre
gate assessed values had fallen of very
nearly 1'J,(X0, noo (!!!) it may not holm
proper lo ststr, however thiit the Jay Gould
syndicate was not the ruling power in Mis
souri In 1884."
The rolls Trial.
Nahiiviixk, Tenn., Juno 28. The
rlmimtl courtroom wa fairly thronged
this morulng. Everyone in curious to tee
who will be selected us Jurors in tho case of
ex-Stato Treasurer I'olk, the defaulter to
tbe extent of V4OU.000. Tbo court In now
engaged In swearing tbe second veuiro or
200, with only three Juror yet selected.
('I Her lea Flooded.
AsilUND, I'a., June 28. Twenty
three collieries were flooded by Wednes
day's itorm, Loss ovor f.'O.OOU. Colllury
work uspendod, ami it will take consider,
able time to make the neoeasary repair,
Tbe train are still delayed owing to numtir
Tkte rfciMtM CoaTwatloa.
WaUitXsTBCBO, Mo., June 28, Interest
In the prohibition convention continue un
abated. AJtboucb many delegates went
borne last nbjbt and tnli morning other
arrived and tbe attendance I larger tban
ever. Tbi morning citizen placed car
riages at tbe dlipoial of tbe
delegate to take a ride ovt
the city and visit the atone
quarries and the normal school building
aud grounds. The forenoon eslon w
taken up in committee report, tbe adop
tion of resolutions and listening to an ad
dress by Dr. 0. W. Hughey of St. Louis.
This afterneon Hon. Thomas Anderson, of
Marlon county, and other addressed the
convention, and to-night Ex-Lieut. -Gov.
Cbas. P. Johnson delivered tbe closing ad
dress. It Is one of the moat Important meeting
ever held in tbe state, importint for th
reason tbat no matter bow much tbe dele
gate may disavow their intention to or
gauixe a separate political party tbe legit
mate result will be tbe cutting loose from
old parties and tbe organization, sooner
or later, of a political party Ion the prin
cipled of a constitutional prohibition of tbe
liquor traffic. There have been In all aver
three hundred delegate present during the
session, more tban two-thirds of whom are
WashinotO!, June 23. An official or
der was to-day Issued by Adjutant-General
Drum, promulgating tbe finding of tbe
cjurt-marsbal, announcing President Ar
thur' confirmation of the sentence In the
cas of Paymaster James R. Wasson, and
continuing a fellows: "By direction of the
Secretary of War the sentence in the se of
Major James R. Wasoii. paymaster of the
Doited States army, will take effect July
3, 1883, from which dat he will cease to be
an officer of the array. The Kansu ute
penitentiary at Lansing is deiignated a tbe
place for the execution of so much of
the sentence relate to the confinement,
where the prisoner will be sent nnder
the direction of trte eoromanllng general
of the Department of Texas, me adjutant-
general will cans publication to be made
as provided ry tne te
rms of the sen-
The term of imprisonment at bard labor
is eighteen m oaths and tbe requirement In
regard to publication I tbat the crime, the
punishment, and tbe name and place of
abode of tbe scented shall be published in
tbe newspapers of tbe State from which he
came and in tbe newspaper of the place
where be was last stationed.
Paymaster Wasson, though born In Ohio,
was appointed from Iowa. Galveston wa
hi liet station.
Tbe Old Follta Mot Ratlsfled.
Washlsgtov, Jtme 28. The novel spec
tacle of a nun and a woman pursuing a
fleeing seventeen-year-old boy up a street
and belaboring him t every bound with a
clapboard and willow switches, attracted a
crowd.of people on M. street late Wednes
day. The boy was Ernest O. Lowe, and
he was being spanked and twitched for
getting married. Hli father is
employed at tbe navy yard.
Ernest procured a marriage license, itatlug
to tbe clerk tbat he wa over twenty-one
years old, and in the afternoon he wa mar
ried to Rosa L. Buckley, a damsel about
bis own ape. Later be called at tbe paren
tal domicile and introduoed the fair Boa as
his bride. The lurprlaed parent said
nothing hot disappeared through the back
door, and returning with a stout switch
ordered the voune woman out. They then
began to belabor the boy, w bo stood It for a
moment but soon broke'away and ran down
the street, th father following and plying
the switch, aby supported by the mother,
who had procured a clapboard, which she
laid on wuh vigor. Ernest was fiuallycp
tured and taken home, but an hour later
Joined his bride at ber father', where they
were eranaded bv a bras band.
Mom Failures la Chletvc.
Chicago, June 28. The market on
'Change snffered another bad break this
morning; and the forenoon session wa
marked by great depression and at times
great excitement. Tbe depression In price
extended to provision and grain as well,
but wxs more felt In pork and lard. Potk
has shown a steady and heavy decline for
the past three days and this morning took
another tumble of 42 Si to 50, and lard de
scended 7S and 17S, making tbe quotation
for July option less than that touched on
Saturdav, made notable by the failure of
McGcocb. When which has displayed
weakness for tbe pait week
dropped IV and 2S cent. a
bushel in tddltlon. These decline
renewed a'l the uneasiness of the past two
weeks, and the announcement wa made at
noon that II. O. Kenyan A Co., and John
Sinclair had succumbed. They have been
dealing in grain hut nre not rated a very
extensive dealers, tine cause assigned for
tho unusual weakness displaved by the mar
ket Is owins to the bad showing made by the
firm of McGeoch, Kveringham & Co., and
M. S. Nlcholi A Co., ana particularly the
latter firm, from whom a better report a to
assets had been anticipated.
Chicago, Juno 28. President Alexander
Sullivan has returned from Washington,
where he presented tbe cause of Ireland to
the President. He doesn't object to legiti
mate immigration, hut he dislikes forced
emigration irom Ireland. Those who come
to the I'nltcd State voluntarily have a fixed
purpose, and are either prepared to settle
In a new countrv, or have friend upon
whom they can rely for assistance In getting
employment. Those who are
forced to come are helple
among stranger. The only immigration
airainst which a protest Is made is that
which is compulsory. Tbe visit to the
President has brought the situation to the
attention of tbe Governments of tho world,
and will result In greater vli'llance being
exercised in exposing the cruelties of the
A New Table.
' NrwYori, June 28, Aldernrin Hart
ley, of London, after several week' nego
tiations in this country bit completed ar
rangements for laying and completing a
new cable line called the American, Brit
ish A Continental Company; ctpltal itock,
1, 500, 000. Two cable are proposed
one from a point north of Glasgow to
land at Belle Island, three hundred miles
north of Hurt' Continent, Newfoundland;
the other a southerly route from Penzance,
on Land's End, to Cable Island, two hun
dred miles southeast of Halifax. The
work of laying them will begin next Sep
tember. Heunlor Veal C'nnnrt.
Jkfff.raon City, Bio., June 2S. f en
tor George O. Vest was presented thli
morning, in tho Horary room at tbe Su
preme court building, with a handsomo
gold-hendod cane, as a token, from the
citizens of this place, of the
valuable service he rendered in securing tbo
location of a $100,000 United States court
bouso at this city, The presentation was
nude by MaJ, J. M. Clark In a very credit
able mitnnrr. Senator Vest replied In bin
usual brilliant manner. About a doien
citizens were present and nearly all tbe
state officer and employe.
Hondlj'e Opening Rpeerh.
Cincinnati, June M. Judge Iloadlr
will bo serenaded Saturday night next by
the Democratic elub, and will probably
inako the opening speech of the camgalgn.
Bsveral candidate on the State ticket art
xpoflted M k BieMtU.
Co.vcoro, H. H,, Jon 18. Tbe ballot
In Joint convention for United State sena
tor at noon to-day resulted at follow:
Whole number of voits cast,
309; necessary to a choice, 1W,
of wbicb Oilman Marstou re
ceived fourteen, Aaron F. Stevens six
teen, James F. Brlggs twenty-eight. Jus,
W. Patterson thirty -three, Edward H.
Rollins nlnty-nlne, Harry Bingham 113.
Tbe falling off ef the totul vote from yester
day It due to eight puin and the absence
of five member from the house.
St. Locis, Juno 28. -Sam Kinney,
colored, and hi wife Ida Kinney, living In
tbe Third police dUtrlet, bad a quarrel on
Sunday with one another, when Sam seized
a club and beat tbe weman severely over tho
bead. Tbe woman lingered on til half-past
two o'clojk to-day, when she died. Tbe
man was arrested and locked up to await
tbe corotier'i Inquest.
flvll Nerviee Cxnnalainlloa.
Dktroit, Mich., June 28. Judge Tho
msn concluded tbe clvft service examina
tions here to-day and goes to Port Huron.
Nine applicants for custom house positions
appeared. Wednesday' applicants for
post-ofllcn plices pvised at 85 per cent., 20
percent, higher than the minimum pre
scribed by the rules, one young lady scor
A Mnnacer Falls.
Nr.w York, June 28. Schedules In the
assignment of Ado!ph Neuendorf, the the
atrical mana?er. to Randolph fiugeen
helmer were filed in court to-day. Thev
give the liabilities at fo'1,199; actual assets,
SARTORIS AND A WIDOW.
Grants Son-in-Law Supported to be Im
plicated m a Social Sensation,
Mii.wAt iFtt, June 2. A sensation was
caused to-day by the publication of the de
tails of a story in wbieh the name of Alger
non Sartoris, tbe Englishman who married
General Grant' daughter, Nellie, appeared
somewhat prominently. For some years
Mr. Sartoris ha spent several months each
season on bis farm near Green Bay, a bun
dred tulles or so north of Milwaukee. Ho
came about tho middle of April this year,
and be has since then been di
vldlnz bis time between bis
country place and Milwaukee. The acan
thi! was developed through the seizure by
the sheritr, ona writ or attacoment, or me
furniture which remained In a handsome
mansion on Seventeenth street uear Mrsud
avenue, to satisfy unpaid bills incurred by
a ladv known as Mrs. 11. If. BOsU.
.omo time durlni Auril a party consist
ing of Algernon (iartons, Mr. Bush and a
gentleman younger than uio may wno was
understood to be ber brother, arrived In
the city and were asstsoed rooms at the
Plankinton Irabie. The? bad apparently
traveled together from Ko gland and reached
tbe hotel in each other' company. The
quarter at tbe Planktnton were not given
up until tbe latter part of May, about
which time Mrs. Hush tlumicllod herself in
the mansion In Seventeenth street, which
had been rented for occupancy from May 1,
and In tbe meantime carefully and
Tbe more wealthy of the resident lady
neighbor soon heard of tho presence of the
supposed English widow, and uon calling
to pay their respect were agreeably Im
pressed with ber beauty, irtclli
pence and simplicity, r well as with the
elegance of her surroundings, which Indi
cated the presence and possession of wealth.
They saw no indications of the presence of a
male person in the house, and it was sup
posed she wa living there alone with no
oilier company than that of a few uecessary
servants. Tblnsrs ran along smoothly
enough until it began to be remarked as an
unusual circumstance that the lady never
appeared in the open air to enjoy
ber beautiful surroundings, and one btdy
neighbor, more carious tban the other,
also observed one day when tbe
letter carrier appeared to deliver a leiter
that the outer door was opened only stilll
ciently wide to permit a delicate female
hand to be thrust out for Its reception.
While curiosity was thus being aroused
among the female neighbor several
male occupant or adjoining mansions were
surprised at the occasional luyntetious visit
of a burly young Kngrtsb gentleman, who
usually arrived after rulduipht Saturdav and
remained until the mtdntybt hour of the
Mondav or Tuesday following.
The household furniture had not been
paid for and the lady satv fit to remove to
.Seventeenth street, whither tbe deputy
sheriff went Wednesday forenoon to attach
the property, no one responded to his re
peated knocking for admltuuce, and re
course was bad to tbo landlady, who ad
mitted him. It was found tbat the upper
story was entirely unfurnished. The first
ttorv was stocked with furniture valued
at ' between 1,500 and $2,000.
It was discovered tbat a parlor
set was missing and subsequently it was
Ascertained that It had been shipped to
Chicago, tbe Intention of the quaitl-owner
being, apparently, to tmnefer tne entire
lot to that city. Among tbe articles found
in the house was a piano which wait at
tacbed for $.'00. Later the music dealer
who disposed of the Instrument to Mr.
Hush claimed that It had not been sold and
that nothing had beeu paid for It, the
having obtained poaatnaslnn of it
on her promise to pay a
monthly rental. Another at
tachment was Issned against the furniture.
The house Is now in the hjinds of the sher
iff, Some time during Wednesday after
noon Mrs. Bush left the city, and she baa
been traced to Chicago.
cannot be heard from. Dispatches sent to
(ireen Bay have not been answered. All
of the city papers contained sensational ac
count of the affair, and It is said the Chi
cago paper have sent reporters to Green
Bay to look up Mr. Sartor!' record lnoe he
lias been living there.
THE FLOOD lIN APPEARING.
AT ST. LOUIS.
St. Loch, June 28. Thedccllno of the
river still continues, but at tho rate at
which the water it now receding the p tve
menta along tbe river (root will not bo pass
able before Saturday. All Interest Is now
centered In the probable extent of I he, Juno
rise which I making It way from the
north, and tbo general feeling
among woll-posted river inon is that it will
have little effect at this point., possibly rais
ing Iho river a few Inches, but doing no
damage. The bouses along the levee are
nearly all In water, but by lo-tnm row the
decline will bo sufficient to eualile tbeiu to
the s'tuatlon ha not materially changed In
the last twenty-four hours. Tho water on
the river tide of thu railroad is going down
rapidly. At twelve o'eksek to-day It was
sixteen Inche below tbe highest-point, aud
was falling at the rat of an Incb per hour.
AT a8f .T. LOUIS.
Ksch hour Improve tne condition of East
St, Louis, but the nloee oaD en the city ami
thorough scare to the Inhabitants will lesvo
a lasting Impression and nay possibly have
the effect of inducing the railroad coiupa
Ble and the city ofllclal to take the long
neglected, but absolutely necessary, pre
muUodi tfainnt Inon patty Uandatienj.
ACROSS THE WATER.
Cholera Racine hi Ignt-A Deenarngn
Attempt t rwwtfcPaaper Uml
London. June . Trvellyn. chief
secretary for Ireland, n reviving to Uto
House of Common tbi aftornnon to a qM
tton of Cowan whether it waa trite tftat
pauper Immigrant bad been tent to Amer
ica with the knewledtt and concent ef tfce
government, said tbe report about tbe
landing of paupers In Ameitca were rretvtry
exaggerated. Ttt tttmmnr AaohorH Wot
no Inmates of. any wor aVhuon, and all the
Immlfrnnu tent by th eommUtlonert had
neon supplied with ronn. o panper
were sent out by the board of gnardiao.
Ue alto stated that no delnrU offer for
sending Immigrant to Canada had
been received from the Dominion govern
BiitMixoiitM, June 24. TheOAmeti-
can ride team arrived at noon and
ire the guest of the Midland rule club.
The team remain here until Tuenday
London, June 28. Bullion In the Bank
of England ba Increased MrJ,000 during
the past wnk. The proportion of reserve
lo liability is 41 6-16 per cent.
Damir'ita, June 28. There were
one hundred and twenty-nine death here
In the last twenty-four hours, ouo bun
tired and thirteen of which were from
Port Said, June 28. An order ha
been issued prohibiting any person
proceeding from here to other town in
FOKR1DDKN TO LAND.
Ismaii.ia, Jtxne 2S. Veasels frem here
to Suez are forbidden to communicate
with the station en tbe canal, owtng to
fear that cholera may thu be spreaded.
London, June 28. A desperate attempt
was made in a carriage of a railway train
running front Calais to Part to murder and
rob liev. Mr. Wltchborne an Kagiish
clergyman. Tbe murderer attaokad
Wltchborne with a oblsel, stabbing hlra Ave
times. Tbe assassin tried to make hi en
rape when ths train arrived at Amiens, but
was captured after a Urrlfk struggle. The
wounds of the oiertryman are very danger
sua. He bt not expected to survive them,
l'he usallsnt I also an Englishman.
Las don, June 28. The Central Now
correspondent at Berlin ear the arrant of
Knuiewski, the Polish anchor, and others
led to the belief that a eonenHrney ezinU for
betraying the secrets retntrtre to the Oerman
military organiratlon. Thar were twenty
trresta at Berlin and Dresden Wediteadar
if persons supposed to be connected with
iho conspiracy. Other arrests were made
tt Halle, Hanover and Cologne.
London. Jnrve 28. The Standard's oor
espoodeut at Rome tars that th Pope la
indisposed and t mtreh diatuiitod by the
itate or affair in Iretond and France.
Lnn'n Mnamn Uwvstilsttt
Lixington, Vs., June . Valentine'
recumbent figure of Qen. Root. E. Lee
sra to-day unveiled In the mausoleum of
Loe Chapel with imposing cereotooiea.
lien. Ju'ial A. Kaiiy presided, and Gen.
Wade Hampton acted a chief marshal.
Che oration traa delivered by Mai . J. W.
Daniel, of Virginia. At IU conclusion the
ilatiie was unveiled and the general pub
lic allowed to pas through the monu
mental war chamber. There were a large
lumber of distinguished visitors present,
including Mr. Stonewall Jackson and
tier daughter, and Edward K. Valentine,
Oriel Driven in Nntcltle.
Padi'Cah, Ky., June 28. D. O. Cnlley,
ion of Prof. Culley, Superintendent of our
I'ublic Schools, blew his brains out In a
potato-patch, yesterday, that had been
planted by Jis wife, who died last Sunday,
JUNE 26, 1883.
MOOS Lower and weak; KMaKsftc lower.
Light 90rM 80; mixed Peeking $0 OUT
I It); heavy packing and shipping Hi lbtt
CATTLE Export (5 0005 40; good to
ehoice shipping J6 fVkdo 86; common to
(air 10 off, 4 7WM 40.
CATTLE Export steer $S 71V36 09; good
to heavy do W SMtt 80; light to fair $4 90
in5 10; common to medium $4 it)'H SA;
fitir to good Colorado Jo oft; southwest
a 7.V44 85; oem-fod Tenn $4 26;
Bght to guud ttookttrs 3 (MM W; fair to
pod foeders$4 OtVuM S: common to eholoe
native cows and heifers $3 tkVaH S6; analla
wags of any kind $3 00O3 40.
Ml KM common, meoium ana ngnt
40ra3 AO; fair to good W owdi 00; prtute
2m Oo; fair to good Texan n 7V
HOGS Pull aud lower; supply small,
but buyers holding off. Light to good
forteis JWM 10; mixed rough to good
sacking y ti.VtJ lu; Philadelphia aud good
ditchers $d 1006 20.
HUT i KR-Markct quiet, but virtually
unchanged In price, isalo of creamery
were at W&n for choice to fancy, to tl for
elections. Oairy at 1VoI7 for clioioe to
fancy, and 18 for selections; fair to good
I0rh: common dtolO. Copntry packed
quiet at 4t.) for choice fresh, tka7 for medium
mil 4Woc for low grade.
KdGS-l'nclianged, with demand mod
erate at Die for choice marks: doubtful lot
have to bo sold for less.
LIVE POULTKY-Old chicken were In
light supply, good request and steady at
.J a!l 50 for cocks, $3 jftfrft 00 for mixed,
and MtoM 60 for hens. Mnitll and medium
sized springs dull and dragging at tUdi;
good lined fair sain at f'i &J 75.
WIIEAT-Lower, closing atp ft 00
July; 41 0'.H August; H"4Si .September;
li (WS October; IHisjcyear.
(OKN-lrregiiUr; M July; MV
August; ft!l September; 63H Octu
hurt 4iW year.
OATS-lrregulur at 32't Julyj 30
August; 'J! Si September; 1!HV year.
WHEAT Lower; closing at$l 07 June;
fl07 .lislyi tlWS September; $11JH
Octillion tl 07t year.
OOKN-Lowor; 4tiS Julyt 4SH
August; 41) September; WW Octo
ber; 44 year.
OATS-Lower; ,83 July) 21V August,
WlllCVrIuly 113H( August St lfli
( oltN-July 01 X August 03 b Septem
ber 04 1).
OATSluly 30Hb; August 87 W; bp
Weathor In England Is unsettled.
r'...,,.i.u uL.,t .... ..Ik.- flawit
wheat with better tone. No. 3 spring Be
s t . an i a-... eh. nnt a .iu.a
mi no. 9 npnnv m iu iTwwry wiutvr
Mill; CMltforul fcUvinoed NiU; Weit-
ast.aa auasaea .a.alatl Kill mla.l 1 la lli A frHhlM
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1 will core driceosia.heartburn. t
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and other wasting diseases.
enriches the blood and purifies the
system; cure weakness, lack of
energy, tc. Try a bottle.
is the only Iron preparation that
does not color the teeth, and will not
cause headache or constipation, a
other Iron preparations will.
l adies and all sufferers from neu
ralgia, hysteria, and kindred com
plaints, will find it without an equal.
rpiE CITY NATIONAL HANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois!.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
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TllOci. VV. ilALLl DAY
jNTEKPIUSE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
KI.OIR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hik-heHt Ckuth Price Paid fur Wheat.
PKOriUETOK OF SrilOAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale J dealer in Ice,
!CJC BVTHK CAR LOAD OR TON.WELl
PACKKD FOR BIIIPPINO
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor,Twelftli Street and Leiee.
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