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IRQ. fLLlNOIS, SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 30. 18K3
Impurity of the
ami nil Dljuuim
mused by lie-
ranf eiuent of Llvtr, Bowola and Kldneya.
SYMPTOMS OF A DISEASED I.IVER.
Bad breath ; Pain in tli Side, sometimes tlx
bain U fell under the Shoulder-blade, mistaken fur
Rheumatism ; general lost of appetite ; Howell
Stnerally costive, sometimes alternating with lax;
ie head U troubled with pain, i dull a;id heavy,
with considerable lost of memory, accompanied
with a painful tensatl'in of leaving uniiiioc tumething
ahich ought to have been dune; a slight, dry cuuijn
and fluthed fact it sometimes an atiemlanl, often
mistaken for consumption; the patient complaint
of weariness and deluliiy; nervoui, eatily sUitled;
(eet cold or burning, i,mniinn a pricUy vernation
of the akin esiut; spirits are low and despondent,
and, although satisfied that ejrrtise would be bene
ficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it In fact, dutrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the diwa'-e, but caies
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet
lamination after death has ihown the Liter to
Dave been exteiuively deranged.
It thould bo tiaed by all e ranna, old aad
young;, whropver any of tlia above
Psrtona Traveling or Living in In
hnalthy Iocmlltlea, by taking a dose occauoa
ally to keep the Liver in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria, IMlloua attacks Dim nest, Nau
tea, Lirowtinesa, liepression of Spirit, etc. It
will invigorate like a glass of wine, but la no In
If Tou hav eaten Anything hard of
dlgftatloo, or feel heavy after meals, or alnrp
teat at night, take a dote and you will be relieved
Time and Dot-ton' 11111m will be aaved
by always keeping the ltrgulator
In the Ilonaet
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
aafc purgative, alterative and tonic can
never be out of plare. The remedy it harmleaa
and doea nut liitrftre Willi buaiueat or
IT IS PtTtEI.T VKfiKTAULH,
And Has all the power and efficacy of Calomel or
(Quinine, without any of the injurious, after effects.
A (oernor' Teatimnny.
Kimm mt l.im Regulator hai been in tiae In my
family for s- me time, and I am latufied It u a
ValuaMe addition to tin- medial i't,
J. OiLi, Minkim, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Aleiander II. Kleiiheua, of (ia.,
ays: Have dcnveil me bnu-nt irom the use at
Simmons IJver Krgulator, and ih to give it a
"The only Thing that never fatla to
Believe," I have utatl many remedies for Dyi
peptia, Liver AnVtion and Debility, but never
nave iiund anything to benefit nit to the extent
Simmons Liver Krgulamr hat. 1 sent from Min
nesota to Georgia for it, and would tend furtber for
tuch a medidne, and would advise all ho are sim
ilarly affected to give it a trial as it stems the only
thing that never fails in relieve
P. M. Minneapolis, Mmn
Dr. T. V. Muaon aiiyai From actual e
penence in the use of Sininwi.t Liver Regulator ia
lay practice I have been and am satisfied to use
and prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
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hat on the Wrapper the red 7. Trade-Hark
and Signature of J. II. ZtlLIN A CO.
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SENSATIONAL AND SOLID
'arties to the Sartoris-Bush
Man Who Tired of Their Own Wives
Suicides and Other Crimes
The Whiskey Contest
in Chicago and
f CiilC(io, Jun W.Mr. AlKernon Sar.
torn, tlitf hiialiiind of NtdlU (irHiit. arrlvid
hf to wild with ihki! over trt publicity fc-lven
to Mr. Ilnab'a llnanolal tronriltn In Mll
waiikf. Hi- ay he vKllcd ih Udy and
bcr bushniKi at their Milwaukee houu aa
any other Kfntlfinan frltind mtcht, and h
baa nothing lo deny, and tins donn nothing
tocaiao aliMine. !I mot Mrt. Biiah, and
ihey dNniitieitri'd for aotne bouta.
Thfir frivnd nrn blKh!y Imlii'intnt that ttuch
notoriKty ainmlrl im chuhI hv their irivtttn
uffslra. Th atlarbi'd fuiuitiiie cu,t uill
aotiicd In tho ijourU in a It'Kul wnv. IIow
f r the ifosslpa are atlll at work, and a thn
atoricaof Sarloria and the prettr Mrn, Ittiali
are totally unlike, they ar (flvVn no piaci?.
The entiro party dfjiarted for New York to
day. 1 II K WIDOW'S BTATF.MK.XT.
Mrs. Ii u-h temllly conaented to make a
ttttt mcnt. .She la deacrihod ai tall and
willowy. Iiicnud in a tlEhtly-fltttni: and
titMy I'oattiine of plaid. ahe tlUiilayed a form
r txiiaoiiiiii.trv nvninielrv. Her feattirea
are moulded alicr the cla.ic, wit a alight
wnaenry to emtionpolnt. lli-r liair i very
lleht and trained in becoming wvelota,
while her t yei are lirne and of liquid
Vou bnve no doubt roine to nk nie
about that horrit)le tory from Milwaukee, ' '
he b'i;an, before an opportunity was gifen
bit viaiiur to inuKf mown ma niiasion. "i
am no mrry for Mr. riartorla, that hi tnimii
abouid be ued in etn-Li a tnanin r. and 1 am
ur my hur.liR.nd will go wild. I have
bfen married three Tears tbti
Autfuat. My buaband'a name ia
Algernon Henton Bnch, and when I mar
ried him be an EuKliah aeatleumn of
wealth, but unfcrtunutely he baa lately
met with re verai-a, and be i now onlr in
rery nmder.ite uiremriatancee. Kut how
terrible it ia to be publuhed in the news
papers. It la an lalae aa anvtbin can
lie. Certainly the Mr. Sartoria who
vla;t''d me In Milwaukee U Mr,
AI.'Hriiott Sariorii, who married Mia
(.rant. Mr husband and I met him in
London. He and Mr. Mush were member
of the (i irtli k club, and I waa intiiuiilcly
ac'iiainted with both he and Mrs. Sir
tori.. How absurd," the aaid "to im
pute ant wrong motives lo Mr. Sarloria in
iit inr mi-. "
"Wii to i be kind n iutrh to tell me the
fai'ta al Lit illf litMtter'r"
"I ab.i , ne moat huipy to do ao, and I
do bope you wilt coiitraiii'ct tbat Ticiotih
libel. Won't ou, pleM', for Mr. Sar
iorii' sake, at louat?" I am the daUrfhMr
of Wilton ti. fiieene, of New York, and
whfii I wa ixtet;n yeara old I went to
London. Ther I nu t Mr. Bueh, aad a
ye tr latr 1 married blm.
HB ID 81ZrY-riVK VKKS;OLD, AND I AM
I met Mr. and Mr. Sorioria hortiv after
tny marriage. We beciune oniie intimate,
t id tbia aprinr Mr. Huitb and I decided to
tome lo Ameriea. lie wlehed to invent
ao:n money in a venture tbat would nay.
We aalled from Lieruool, arriving In S'e
York about the mb or 7th
of April. Mr. Algernon Sar
torli and bit brolher-m-hsw. yr, Jee
(rant, asviled in tbu aame ateamer, and
wita my btiaband, my brother Willie and
myielf we m.ide quite a merry parly, you
know. Mr. Sartoria ba lumber InlertMii
at Ureen Hay, Wta., and It wa partla It
through hi reprraentatioua tbat Mr. Busb
waa prevailed to oomu wcat. At Mil
waukee we went to tbe Plank
Intua and there we remained un
til I waj joined by my husband, wben we
took ft houac and furnUbed it. Mv husband
wan with me afu-r that ail the time, with
the exception of the time bo apent at Green
Bay, attending to bit tlaberle", They
proved uneucceatful and he lost a great deal
"Mr. Sarloria Tiaited you quite often!"
"Yea, he earne every Halurdny night and
remained until Moudy, im tbe article
aUted. My huaband waa there all tbo
WUlle, aud 1 am aure only vicioua per
otw could put a bad interpretation
upon that. People la England visit
frlewda In that way and nothing it ever
thought of it."
"Quit true. Rut what caused you to
leave Milwaukee ao niddeuly!"
"Beeaaiie Mr. Btiah and I Intend to return
to Englaui M once. He in at prevent at
.Sturgeon bay, but be will he here on Fri
day with uiy brother, who Ii viaitlng Mr.
Xartorii. wbo la blinnolf at Ureen Bar. I
had not teen Mr. bartorii for a week prior
to leaving Milwaukee. "
"Was not your departure capable of be
ing conatrued as a flight "
r'I do not know, "the repllod," what peo
ple choone to call it. I had bought the furni
ture; In my homo on credit, with the excep
tion of the pnrloi suit, which I ptiid caah
fer. When my hunhnnd but money, which
he claim he waa cheated out of by the
Americans w hich were aatnclated with blm,
we found we could not settle for it aud 1
determined to leave Milwaukee and come
to Chicago and remain until my buaband
Joined me, when we will tall directly for
ri4 Knfrrr Heed Aid Immediately.
St. Louis, June 20. Buaine-a on the
river front In being resumed and much
activity la noticeable, The water continues
to recede with contddcruhle rapidity, and
has gone rlu w ii in nil one foot eight Inches,
At Venice and points north, the water on
tbe riTer aide continues to fall aa rapidly as
tho rlvor front, but In tbe cou.itry back of
Venice It la going down very slowly. At
noon to-day It bud gone down unlv nine
luchea below the hlgheat point at
Brooklyn. RukIuck la beginning to put
on an active appearance at Venice. People
art coming In from all polubt In the sub
merged region. Quite a delegation canie
down from the nuiKhbnrbood of Chouteau
alough and Chouteau Island. They lepnrt
Hinne dlttrca and much ricpretxiun among
tbe farmers In that locality.
At Mitchell a relief committee has been
appointed and hat eoiuineiimd active opcr
lion, but, like all other such organizations,
Is decidedly abort of means. Tbe relief
committee al Venice is doing a good work
In a small way.
9 far sixty-three families, numbering In
all lH peraona, have received aaalatanoe,
and tbe committee baa about $oo on bund
yet. Tbe application for SKlatance are
luoreaalng Tery ranlilly. and the exploring
expeditions unlit in tklfU Into the baok
country aro finding number! of people who
are much In need of the neces
saries of (tie. The small
amount of mean, uow at tbe Ulapoaal
of tbe uoinmllterjwlll noon be exbaiiated and
Hit good work whleti It uow being done
mual be ttiNpttided If mort mean it not
forthcoming. The relief committee at
Brooklyn is doing all It can to relieve those
of Itt people who need nUtance, Its sup
pi r of meani Is very small and ceneviett
(y It can aid ouly tbe people wbo are really
aotltulo, while numU'r are ask lug for aid,
wko art ntoeisailly rtfwtd.
Tls Dill lMratlsla.
TTaihinoton, June 29. Tbe Hill Invei
tlfatlon wat resumed this morning with
Qeaeral StelnmeU at a wltneit in tbe Bart
lett-Kobblnt cue. He testllled tbat tbe
latter firm charged $37,000 for extra work
upon tbt New York pontofliee. Ho rad
from ltemiied blllt and pointed nut what
he alleged to be unauthorized and lllciral
charges. Id one Instance wltneis aald lue
extra was charged when Mullett ultn-ly
ordered tbt firm to repair Imperfections In
their own work.
Chairman New Inquired "What baa
all this to do with Ilill?"
Coleman replledr "Simply this, we are
going over these Items to abow tbat no part
of this 17,000 cbared for extra work was
ever authorized, and that Will knew It
when he paid the billa."
The witness stated that Barlett. Robbint
A Co. Htipulated under their contract to
furnlab Iron acruens at a price per pound,
whereas they charged by the lineal foot, and
were so paid by Hill, wblcb greatly In
creased the compensation of the firm with a
corresponding lo to tbe government. Ad
journed. Ill Wile OhJocU.'
Chicago, June . Mrs. B. Barton of
fit. Louis, called at the county clerk't of
fice to-day and forbade tbe Uanance of a
marrieye licence to Edward Barton and
Julia Gilmorc. She ttutci tbat Barton de
serted her In .St. LouU, and tbat he Is
about to marry one of hit pretty waiter
giris without the fornutlitv of a divorce.
Mr. Barton nays he married the woman,
who waa then Mr. Minnie sexton, In
St. Louis. In 1N7H, but was compelled lo
leave her In 1.S82 on account of hahitual
drunkontiBss. She came bere recently
and broke all ' tbe glassware in
hU restaurant nnd created a general
pandimoniutn, and he tiled a bill for di
vorce. He say he was married to sueh
an extent that ' he will not try matrimony
The Mnaltegon Dleeeler.
Mt'SKEGON, Miol)., June 20, Search for
the bodies of tbe workmen who were pre
cipitated into the lake with tbe ruin of C,
Hackley 4 Co. t mill, and 800, noO fe :t of
lumber, cannot begin until to-morrow.
Two other ininiciito piles of lumber are in
danger of falling, and it will tii.t have to
be removed. This la now being don. As
most of tbe men were unknown tho mining
cannot be traced, but those of the twenty
who escaped itay probably four were
drowned. Frank Bisrbardt a','cd nine
teen, was crushed under 40.0(A) feet of
A Fatal qaatrml Abtxit t hlckrna.
Danviixb. Va., June W. As the reault
of a quarrel about some chickens between
the Grant brothers and the Manning
brothers, Qeo. T. Grant shot J. W. Man
ning, creeping upon him while at work in
Meld. Grant's mother urired ou the deed.
Grant tire J five shots into Manning; and then
beat him with his 8iet. Then ahuuUng,
"Now, d nyou, dU," he stamped up
on him as he loy on tbe ground. Manning
4iea. Grant escaped.
A Dam Wabt1 Away.
'Dixox, III., June .-Without warn
ing a portion of the massive stone wall
luclosing tbe mlll-racs gave way Thursday
nigbt, carrying great blocks of stone and
timber far into the river, undermining
Fletcher Brothers' extensive planing mill
and Maseworthy's flour mill. Until tbe
break in repaired hundreds will be out of
work. Extensive manufactories and Iron
mills are deprived of water.
The Missouri Itond-Forffer.
New York, June 29. Ikwic A. Biggs,
Wesley Lyon and Emil Brll, the three men
whom the police arrested Thursday,
charged with forcing $271. la worth of cer
tificates of lndeb'edueaa of the state of
Miasouri, were arraigned to-dav. The ex
antiunion was set (or to-morrow. In tbe
meantime tbe accused were committed to
Three Executions on One Gallows In Arkansas
Two Other Legal Killings.
Fort Smith, Ark., June 29. Martin
Joseph, who was convicted of murdering
Bud .Stephens and his w'.fe ; William II.
Finch, who slaved bis two comrades near
Fort Sid, last July, und an Indian named
Tuahsto, who killed Kmanuel Cochran in
the Choctaw Nation, were privately hanged
to-day iu the United States (!ourt-houso
encloaure. At 11 a.m. Chief Deputy C.
M. Karnes entered the prison cell, and
through an interpreter read the death
warraut to Tuulisto, after
which he wat. hand-cuffed. Tbe
death warrant wa then road to Martin
Joseph and win. 11. rich, who were like
wise shackled. At 11:25 a.m. the con
demned men, with their spiritual advisers
and guards, proceeded to tbe scaffold.
about tifty yards from the Jail, within the
court yard grounds. On reaching tbe scaf
fold, one of the ministers offered a praver
for the doomed nie '. aner wnicn a nymn
wis sung, Finch joining in.
In response to tho question if
they had anything to nay
Tualistn replied that he bad not. and nut
ting his hand on hi breast said that hit
heart was broken, Martin Joseph replied
In the negative. William H. Finch then
A rllliur AND EFFECTING SPEECH,
In which he said: "lam at om to find
words to explain the feelings that over
power me an I stare at the dreaded fate that
awaits me. 1 nni perfectly reconciled in my
God, nnd It H nothing more than just auu
right that I should make things rlgDi
with myfellow-men. 1 killed those two
men that 1 might escapo rather than suffer
the torture of the commanding oflieer, who
had ordered my arrestfor a trivial offense."
He then asked to see a photograph of his
sister, on which he Imprinted a kiss, saving
It was all ho had to leave her. After snak
ing hands with tbe attendants on the scaf
fold, the black caps were adjusted,
the arms und feet of the doomed men were
pinioned, and at 11:4 a. m. the trap was
sprung bv Jailer Burns. Ttmllsto's neck
was broken bv the fall, and life waa ex
tinct In three hd a half minutes. Martin
Joseph died In six anil one-half minutes,
and William H. Finch In nine minutes.
After hanging twenty minutes the bodies
were cut down und placed in coffins. Wil
liam H. Finch's bod v was taken In charge
by hit brother, Hlcliard Finch.
A fteg-ro ttwiiug Off.
Wilmington, Del., June 29. Ueorgt
J.ako, colored, was hung at Cambridge,
Mil., this morning for a felonious assault
upon Mrs. Stewart C. Simmons in April
last, Lake slept well, and ale a hearty
breakfast this morning. He maintained a
toady nerve to the last.
The execution was wltnestcd bv about
thirty persons. None of Lake's family
were preinnt. Theoulprlt't neck was not
broken and he died of strangulation, show
lug only three slight convulsions, Life wat
pronounced extinct In six and a half min
utes, Tiouj Janet llMgoC
Dahun. Oa., June IK. Tony James,
colored, who shot Prlntw Andensoa tit
drunken brawl on August 8, lai,wat'nuaf
to-day at 11 'e)ajA.
A isaurmlasaxl aUld.
Biluville, 111., Junt tS.-Oeo. Her
ts I banged himself In Stolberg'i psiturt,
Thursday evening, Just west of thtflr
(rounds. Be mads a loop-knot of a ootton
itrlng and tied it to the top plank of the
fence. Then, placing bit neck In it, he
BtAftnaH ,.S ..f,k. V. ...... ... l ... k ... k. . k .
"""rr"" ui vi ills uuuuiu ymu, nuciv us
was found tblt morning, cold and stiff.
wuo nis tongue protruding and a three-inch
gash visible lust below bit heart. It ap
peared that he bad at first tried to strangle
himself with a bandana handkerchief, which
gave way at the start. Hertel, who wat
levemw-flve yeart of age and a butcher
oy iraoe, lived on Seventh and Frit
burg streets. About fi o'clock ha bad a
dispute with bla wife, striking her with a
tpatle. He then ran out to the stable and
attempted aulcide by cutting bimielf in the
left breast. As he did not succeed.it Is
supposed he waited a while aud then went
to tbe pasfTjie. Al ft o'clock this morning
news of his act brought out a throng to
look at the body, for the coroner had not
arrived. The string, when double, was
only about three feet In length, and would
nanny iiv borne another pound of
weight. The suicide bad lived here a few
month" itit'l was the father-in-law of
War oa W bla key.
Joi.ur. III., June 29. -The liquor li
cense wat raised to $1,000 several weeks
ago from $00, and the saloon-keepers have
been working strenuously to have It put
back at tbe old figure. A special meeting
of tho council was called on Wednesday to
reconsider the ordinance, and an excited
throng crowded into tbe city hall Im
portuning the aldermen for and against
further action. It was rumored that one
of the aldermen on the high license tide
had been noutcnt up by the saloon-keepers,
and, fearing It might be true, a num
ber of tbe opposition withdrew, making It
impossible to get a quorum. Another meet
ing will be Dvid to-morrow evening. Mean
time petitions are being circulated by both
tides preparatory to the battle. Never be
fore bas this city been so generally excited.
No one is neutral, and all are violent In
their support of either the one tide or the
A HI. I.onla Haa Arretted for Elope-
Chicago, Juno :;y. Abe McAllster, a
merchant of St. Lou a, and Lydia Hamilton
of Keokuk, Iowa, were arrested bere
Thursday night, charged with living to
gether In adultery. The charge was made
by the girl's mother, wbo said that Lvdla
went to St. Louis and engaged as a house
maid to McAllster. Tbcy soon full iu love
with each other and eloped, be deserting
bis wife and children. They .came to
Chicago and have been living as husband
aud wife, There was a big row when tbt
mother discovered the hiding-place of her
A BrtatKt) Gives Way.
Baradoo, Wis., June i9. At a freight
train on the Northwestern road, drawn by
two engines, was crossiug tbe iron bridge
near Norwalk, Thursday morning, tbe
structure gave way, letting down both engine-
with three cars on top of them, Al
bert Getihing, the fireman of the first en
gine, wat scalded to death, and W, H.
Halleubeck, Uie engineer, waa scalded
slightly, though not seriously. The en
gineer aad fireman of the second engine es
caped serious iujuries by Jumping in tbe
wster. in; bridge was a strong oue dui
was undermined bv tbe floods. ,
The World oa Butler.
New Yoke, June 'J9. Tho World says:
"Th press of the country is very generally
of tin as''iniou that Governor Butlui showed
hlmiHif to be a great man and a broad
siatesuian in going over to Harvard College
om Wednesday and 'coddling the institu
tion aa ihousrli nothing unpleasant had ever
occurred. There is a great deal of savoir
faire in Butler, but we can't exactly for
give the barouche and six horses and tbe
glittering lancers. Tbat was Just a bit
snobbish. ' '
New York, June 29. The war on
trade dollars has been Inaumirated in this
city, and signs are displayed In nearly all
the stores saying: "No 'trado dollars' will
he received here. " Market-men refuse to
receive them from restaurant-keepers, and
the latter refuse to receive them from
their customers. Workmen have also given
notice to tbeir employers tbat hereafter
they will not receive them us pay.
Oeneral lagaHs) Kellrea.
Washington. 1). C, June 29. Quar
termaster General Ingalu has requested to
be placed upon the retired list of the army
from tbe first of July. He will then have
been forty years in the service. There la
considerable speculation as to his succes
sor, General Holabird, Saxtou and I'erry
are the most prominent candidates for the
A Narrow Escape.
Chicago. Juue 29, Moare's frame sa
loon, No. 3,'il West Bandolpli street, burned
to the ground at 2 o'clock thit rooming, on
account of a lamp upsetting. Three fami
lies, including fourteen persons who were
asleep on the upper floor, narrowly escaped
roasting alive, six boing rescued when al
most ttrangled with smoke.
Trying to Cvado IIIkIi Uoense.
Chicago, Juno 29. The city council
Thursday niht pntsed an ordinance the ef
fort of which is to have the municipal
vear end on the lirst Monday in April,
thereby making valid the saloon ordinance
recent Iv passed, and w hich practically pie
vents the state hl;h-licciise law from going
Into effect until that date.
11.000 Nil ok.
Havana, June 29. An nfllcerof the mili
tary administration was recently sent from
Maiiiunlllu to Santiago wljj $11,000 In gold
belonging to the administration. While tho
officer waa leaning over the rail of the.
steamer the strap of the satchel which con
tinued the money broke and tho money
dropped Into thu sea.
New York, Juue 2. Three New York
ers have offered to it New York friend of the
liev. Dr. Stephen II. Tyng. iHO.000 a piece
toward building Dr. Ti ng a new church
here, if he wants one. vVord of Dr. Tyng'i
plans for the future bus not reached Lit
friends In this city.
Royally oas lirtrbett Wtrw.
Chicago, June 3!). It Is given out at a
result of tho conference of the manufactur
ers of barbed wire with the Wsshhurn
Moon company, that the royalty will bo re
duced about onc-balf, which proposition
will be accepted.
New York, June 29. -Tho National As
sociation of Master Plumbers met to .Jay
and adopted a resolution that hereafter ap
prentices thnuld be compelled to serve at
least five years before becoming master
Ttto Polk ('a,
Nash villk, Tenn., Juue 20. Court Is
busily engaged In summoning another
panel of 200 from which to select Jurors in
Folk's trial, it Is not believed the caso will
ho formally openod until after the Fourth.
x Moihodlat Conference.
Halifax, N. 8., Junt 20. The Mctlm
dlst conference voted In favor of a basis t,f
union, tbtrt being twenty-six for and three
Eight Bodloa Boeovrd,
New York, Junt 29. Eight bodies of
drowned pozsom were found along the
tboret of 8laV island during tat past eight
Cholera Spreading -Pauper Immigration
Discussed Another Sum Canal
Bxrmn, Junt 29. The town of Cuttrln,
separated at tbt confluence of the river
Wartha with the Oder, and the main point
of cover tor Berlin against the w vision
from Russia, it being converted tato a
first-class fort capable of tbelterrag 00,000
cardinal jACOBim'e proposition.
Bkklin, Junt 29. Tht chief propotal
contained in the latt note of Cardinal Jaco
bin!, tbe papal secretary of stale, is that
the Vatican will reocgaltt the duty of noti
fying the l'russian sTovernmeut of clerical
appointments on condition that Prussia
declares that the exercise of all priestly
functions shall be exempt from prosecution
and the training of priests free from all
restrictions. The note emphasises the de
sire (of tbe Vatican to con tin tie negotia
tions notwithstanding Prussia's viola
tion of tbe diplomatic usage by passing
tbe church bill while negotiations ware
London, June 29. Bourke, conserva
tive, gave notice In the Commons thit af
ternoon that be would move tbat no arrang
ment for a second Suet Canal would bt sat
isfactory unless It provided for a reduction
of rates and an adequate representation of
British shipping ia iu administration.
IN HKOARD TO PAUPBRS.
Lord Edmund FlUmaurtce, under for
eign secretary, replying to a question by
Cowen, said the Government received no
remonstration from the American govern
ment in regard to pauper emigrant!.
Kl'SMA AA A MEDIATOR.
The Standard's Berlin correspondent tayt
that Germany has suggested the mediation
of Kussia In the difficulty between Friiice
V n'Trp.ai,, June 29. Eighteen thius
and emigrants arrived this month. An ap-
f ropriation of $15,000 haa been made by the
)ominion government in partial aid of emi
grants at a depot sinilltsr to tbat of Castle
Gardon, Now York.
London, Out. , June 29. A man about
slxty-tive yeart of ae, named Blere
lien, from "Lafayette, Indiana, bound for
Germany, died suddenly on tbe train last
nicht, near St. Thomas. A draft for
ft, 000 and $150 In cash wat found on hit
Alexandria, June 29, It It rumored
that there is oue case of cholera In Cairo,
but the report is doubtful.
1 ' STILL KAOINO.
Damiktta, JMne 29. TUe total number
of deaths bere from cholera during tbe last
twenty-four heurs is 107. There were three
deaths' from cholera at Nansurah during tht
Constantinoi'LK, June 29. General
Wallace, the United Slatos minister, Insists
in refuting to recoirnize tbe validity of the
new Turkish tariff which took effect March
13. His last note to the porte, on tht pe
troleum storage question, caused a notice
able progress towards a tetllemeat.
Nrw York, Juno 29. Postmaster Pear
sou, of this city, elates that any charge t
that he is personally or pecuniarily Inter
ested In any concern or corporation antago
nistic to tbe United States poetal tervlce are
Ci.kviland, June 29. II. C. Oulifley,
agent of tho Leleigh Valley Coal Co., and
a dealer in stoneware, assigned to-day.
The assets are estimated at $30,000. Lia
( blnninon iilancwtl.
Patrrson, N. J.. June 29. The five
Chin. mien who conspired agatnst Lung Poy
for eultin': down laundry prloea wert sen
tenced to j6O0 tine and the costs In each
liurUcr and MoleMa,
Rrithsbluh, III., June 29. Illram
Blair shot his wife Wednesday and then
committed suicide. His wife may recover.
Tho cause was Jealousy.
JUNE 29. 1888.
HOOS Active and steady; lOfieloc lower.
Light 7.Vi 30; mixed packing $6 Ws?
6 10; heavy packing and shipping i 154
CATTLB Exports $5 WMoM 15; good to
choice shipping 50rfrt 76; common to
fair 10 off, 4 70td5 40. Slow and week,
CATTLE Export steers $5 75rW 80; good
to heavy do $5 av') 60; light to fair $4 90
toft 40; common to medium $4 40f4 85;
fair to goinl Colorado 85; southwest
1 75t4 N'i; oorn-fed Texana (4 Vd0 26;
light to good stoekor $1 033 90; fair to
good feeder $4 0tYl 25: common to cJioioe
native cows and heifers $4 25rt4 60; scalla
wags of anv kind $2 7563 50.
Hi tG.S Steady and ia good demand; sup
ply small, sold early. Light to good
Vorlteis .VI OMifl 15; mixed rough to good
heavv t' H.Vrfti 25; mixed packing f5 Mctlt
Philadelphia and good buiehers 6 WM 2ft;
pigs, throw-outs, eta., $5ftf5 75.
WII HAT Lower, closing at 98 July;
IflOP. August; (I 04 rdfl 04 S September;
tl 04 V Uclober; 98 V vear.
COUN-Lower; M'i July; 50V
August; 61 September; ftlX Octo
ber: 111 V vear.
OATS-Lt.wer; at 32V July) 20V
August: 29V September; 2V year.
WHK VT Lower; closing at $1 05V
July; .tl ill V August; 1 0ft V .September!
l ) October: 1 04 a. year.
COUN-Lower: 44 's July; 45
August; 4iH September; 40Sa, ) Octo
ber; II s vear.
OATS Lower; U'JSi July; 20V August,
BUTTER Market quint, but virtually
unchanged In price. Sales of creamery
were at VMU'H for choice to fancy, lo 22 for
selections. I btlry at l,Vil7 for choice to
fittiov, ami fur selections; fair to good
I0toi2: o million tHtiW. Country packed
quid at H(a-) for choinc freshet" for medium
und 4to'c for low grade.
EGGS -Unchanged, with demand mod
erate at bio for choice marks; doubtful lota
have to be sold for less,
LIVE POULTRY Old chlokent were In
light supply, good request and steady at
$3 25 l 50 for cocks, 3 7nC(4 00 for mixed,
and Ht4 50 for bens, Small and mndlum
slued sprtnga dull and dragging at Stray
1 60; fair sized $1 VXat'i itt; food sited 1 00
rt2 75. Ducks nominal at Kat 36.
Weather In England it e.
Country markets are rather dull. Spot
wheat with better tone. Jfo, S spring
Id. No. 8 tprlng He Id; Westsrw wwter
s id; Western torn yulet but Heady. De
mand front United Kingdom tana ' Conti
nent moderate far wheat aad oera. Re
ceipts wheat past week AifeLeW oooiaie, of
walen m,Wti AJuerKiasW
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