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THE CAIRO DAILY RTTTJTTN
Impurity of the
aud all Disease
caused by De
rangement of Liver, Ilowels and Kidneys.
SYMPTOMS OF A DISEASED LIVER.
Bad Breath; l'aiu in llie hide, sometimes the
pain la felt under the Shoulder-blade, mistaken fur
Khrumatiim ; general loss of appetite ; Bowels
generally costive, sometimes alternating with la;
the head it troubled with pain, is dull and heavy,
with coniiderable Ion of memory, accompanied
with a painful sensation of leaving undone something
which ounhi to have Uen done; a slinlit, dry cough
and flushed (ace is sometimes an attendant, often
mistaken for consumption; the patient complaint
of weariness and debility; nervous, eatily startled;
ieet cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation
of the skin eiiut; iri are low and despondent,
end, alihouKh satisfied that rarrcisc would be bene
ficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try It in (act, distrutia every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the disease, but casea
have occurred when but few of them eaittcd, yet
examination after death has shown the Liver to
nave been extensively deranged.
It should be uaed by nil persona, old and
young, whenever uy of the above
Person Traveling or Living In fn
bealthy localities, uy taking a dose occasion
ally to keep the Ijrer in healihy action, will avoid
all Malaria, Bilious attacks, Diitineu, Nau
sea, Drowiinesi, Depression o( Spirits, etc. It
will invigorate like a giant of wiue, but it no In
If Tou have eaten anything hard of
digestion, or feel heavy after nicalk, or lp
lea at night, take a dose and you will be relieved-
Time and Doctor' Dill will be tared
by always keeping the Regulator
In the House!
For, whatever the ailment my he, a thoroughly
safe purgative, altrmtivti and Uinlo can
never re out of place. The remedy is liarmle
and due not Interfere with business or
IT IS PCRELY VEGETABLE,
And has all the power and efhc-icjr of Calomel or
Quinine, without aiy of the injunois after effects.
A Governor Testimony.
Simmons Liver Kcgulatnr has lieen in use in my
family for some time, and I am satisfied it it a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J. Gill Shoctbk, Governor of Ala.
lion. Alexander II. Stephen, of Gt.,
says: Have derived Some benefit from the ute of
Simmons Liver Regulator, and wish to give it a
The only Thing that never fall to
tlier." I have used many remedies for I)ys
Kpsla, Liver Afleciioa and Iicbility, but never
ve found anything to benefit me to the estent
bimmons Liver Regulator has. 1 sent from Min
nesota to Georgia for it, and would tend further for
such a medicine, and would advise all ho are sim
ilarly affected to give it a trid as it seems the only
thing that never fails to relicte
P M. Jakhkt, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. W. Mason aaysi From actual e
perience in the use of Strumi-nt Liver Regulator in
my practice I have been and am satisfied to use
and prescribe it as a purgative mcwune.
kJryTake only th Genuine, whieh alwayi
Was on the Wrapper the red . Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. II. ZEILIN & CO.
KOR SALE BV ALL DRUGGISTS
QEOUGE II. LEACH, MD.
PHYSICIAN it SURGEON.
Hneclal attention tisldlo tho II imet.pathte tn-at
ment of surgical dlsoi.se, and disease of women
and rhl dreti.
OXf'll'K on lltb street, opposite- the Poat
office, Cairo. Ill
JJR. J. K. STRONG,
128 rnmiiiprcUI Ave, Cairo, 111.
VAI'OK, KLECTUO-VAI'OH sxi MEDICATKD
A iaily In attendance.
QR W. C. JOCELYN,
OKKIC'K R!t Street nftsr rnmi. errlal Avnb
,R. K W. WHITLOCK,
Ornca No. 1S6 Commercial .venoe. bit weD
ennd Nti.th c.ret
Chop on Dalllday Aveiiuo. between rourtb and
Hlxtn Btrcuti, Cairo, llllnol.
Wf-AII kiud ol light and heavy hlacksulthlna,
wlgon aud carriauu work done In the mottwoik
ruaultUu msutiur. Horss-shoolng a specialty and
WC will pv lh sb"t rmM for snv of t-lvtr f nmpUInt'
r)yi)Kls, l.k llxtuh. hiiluiollnn, ClHilla cirCmUoutw,
wicsaaulcura wlUi W.t' V.ir.lal'1. Llvnr fill'. lh '--Uontsn
ilrlctly niplM "lit- Tly srs punly itisMt, sue
li.or Ml to glut ulhlKllon, Pur t'uslnl. l.t bum. ron
uidIiii sn pllkSS t.nli, Kr il liy all druraUii. bears of
counterftlU suit imlUllnni. TliS fpttulnt msniifKi-liirid nilly Uf
tUH C, VVhiT U(l., i A Ih.l W. tlsHImn St., Gbklf
liso trial imuIuikv md! b wall vrtpsiil bu rvMiil of a il ut itsuiih
Health is Wealth !
bu K. C.Wr.HT'ri Nsnvit Attn fiiAiit ihht.
ajgNt.agtiwiinlootl fliwiUn for Hjt.mB,; I Iwi.
n"a, , ConvulBioim, FiIk. Nprviiim Nm rnlgK
lliirl n Nwrvnu Prtmlriit tniCBUiiivJ liytlit'tiH
K or o&o. VVKknful.ll.e-.
nre oii. H.iftminBf th Uruni remiltma n n.
Saniti a id I Stding to miw-ry. decBy nnl Uh,
Prernnturo Old Aro, Hnrrotmoe, lua Jjf I''wer
In TeTther tot . Invnl tntitry Lu. nnd HtioriniiN
JirrhtMiMuaml byivw.Kirti.n of Isrt.iit. nolC-buITvTr-i"i.liileiio.
Eat'h Ikix eutitniiit
oneml iTtnilnii-nt. l.(K)a Ixix.or i Ixixe
tetSwXt imni-tidoit iwiptof .rh
WH 1.1IJAKANTKK HIX IIOXS-M
l'o oiire any 0a.. With Mh twlnp rwrl hy
for alx home. Bocomwtnii'fl with Jf.i.m, wn will
fund the niom-y If the tn'tttnimttdoviuotofleut
cure. UuarttuUH iaauoduiilyuy
HAHRY W. SOHUII,
Dtuggtit, Cur. Commorclttl vu, A I8lh it., Cairo,
1 '-!' 1 1
THE WORLD'S WAYS.
A Husband Murdered His
Wife Without Provocation.
A Miserly Woman Dying in Filth
A Utah Commissioner's View of
Again -Accidents, Eto.
I'lili.ADEM'HiA, July 9. -At fl:4n ffun Jay
night Ciiin, liilk't', an Eiij.'lliinin, forty
five ye:ns old. cut tiU wlf' ihroutln the
I'cllur of l lie liiiime ul No. 4i'i Taylor utrert,
In the liper Miction of the flty, where the
jialr ro-ttli d. The couple had been mar
ried foe noine y. am. The woman had one
child. aUmt twelve years of atfe, which i
suiiposed to have lieen bom to her
out of wedlock, heore the mar
riage. No motive N nli;ned for tbe
aet hut tbe menial prani;einpn'. canned
by a prolontred debaueli upon the man'
part. On Tuesday tbe couple vWted Home
frisiul nt the fallt of the MiliuljLill and
there tbry took a walk in tbe woudi.
HrlKK. who bad been drinking for some
time, clutched bl wife by the thruut und
threatened to choke her If she cried out.
$hs inniiaged t dikr-uade him from bin
pun oc, and shortly afterward they parted.
He wu nut nee again at bia home until .Sun
day. In rii.n the Intervening period hi
wife calli d twice at the Eighteenth dUtrict
nUliiiu-binino, at latipbin aud Trenton
avenue, for information, and teemed in
great anxiety about him. Shews a good
looking woman, well dresurd and a woolon
Weaver by trade. The murderer l a Imb-bln-tu.tier
In tho employ of William M.ir
abail. a bobbiu manufacturer on Secu.
atrect, above Kerk. He waa entirely cool
arid elf-pomessed, and told the neighbor
who took the raf or fruiu bin band that it
wiu done and that he bad intended to do
A Mixer Nlarvlng to Dentil,
New Vokk, July 'J. -Mary Marsh, nUo
known u "Aunt Mary" and "Aunty Tea
nuts," eighty-all years old and reputed to
be a wealthy miser, was discovered .Sunday
morning on the verge of hUirvatiou in her
stic room in tbe rear of No. W North
Fourth rlreet, Itrooklyn. She had locked
herself in the apariiiieiit about six d.ty
ago, and the other tenant, thinking that
be wa dead, bur open the door, They
found her reduced to a skeleton, lying stark
naked on tbe floor, and barely able to monn.
A policeman wa cent to tbe hour.e. He
raied up the woman, who was literally cov
ered with vermin, and put her In a bed.
Then be left her in charge of ibe other ten
ant, saying be would notify the charity
commissioners and call again. I'p to b p.
in. however, neither he nor any of tbe com
mlsalnuer had appeared. She hud lived
for yrara iu the vicinity, and was a well
known character. The boy when plague
i'.g her In '.he street called her "Aunty
Peanuw. " It was not known whether she
was married or had any children. They
bad beard that she had two nephew. She
did nothing for a livlug, but for yean bad
been accumulating all the rubhinh in ber
room, never selling anything and never per
mitting anything fi be moved, She alwayi
hail money when she wanted any. In tbe
mveret whiter weather tbe had begrudged
berteif a fire.
D8 Moines, Iowa, July 9. -Col. Geo.
L. Godfrey, a member of the Utah Com
mittion, returned from the city Sunday.
He say the Mormon are dipned to inter
pose every legal obstacle to tbe jnforcement
of a lw whieh to them wa extremely
odious. Tbey have made up ten test raxes,
wblcb will be ubmittcd to tbe court a
loo n an poMible. "Tbe night before I
Urted Kant , " he continued, "the wrlta
were ierved on the commliuner. While
there i no doubt that the court will affirm
the constitutionality of tbe law, tbe Mor
mon win leave noatone unturned to Impede
lu operation. Tbe suppression of
polygamy I only a question of
time. While KdmundV bill may
not accomplish all tbat t claimed for
it, I regard it a the entering wedge which
t deetlned to divide the Mormon church.
The power of naming officials ba heretofore
rested with tbe church a a whole, but
when tbe law I enforced so that no poly
gambit can vote the voting data will deter
mine a candidate to th exclusion of those
who fall to conform to tbe letter and the
spirit of the law. Thl of Itself will
ultimately break up polygamy. Tbe tail
roads will also accomplish much In this
direction. A they open up the country
band of gentile will pour In who will
speedily outnumber the Mormons and get
pgtwession of the municipal oltlccs, which
are now hold by the Mormou. When it
become apparent that a polygamic can
not rise to honor or profit, the abridge
ment of the number of wlvos will speedily
fleeter Rltcble Cauaea ('boreal Met).
Chicaoo, July O.-Tbe Lplacopalchurch
roiitrove rHy which has grown out of the
high church tendencies of Arthur Hltchle,
pastor of tin; Church of tbe Ascension, and
which has already served to draw out a lot
ter of protest from the bishop of the dlooeie,
had another sensational feature added to It
Sunday. Rector Rlteble, at the morning
service, announced that at tbe conclusion
of the service a requiem mats would be
said for tbe soul of DsdIhI Fountain, who
was drowned in Lake Mlohlgan in the lat
ter part of May. The aunonncement of the
requiem mat was apparently such a pro
nounced step toward Komanlsm as to cause
even these parishioners of the Asuentloa to
rebel who bad hitherto stood by the pastor,
end one-half of the congregation loft the
church. In the meantime, nt the tequest
of tbe widow of Daniel Fountain, the cel
ebration was postponed fer a few days, it
Is believed now that tbo bishop will be com
pelled to order tbe trial of the paster for an
Infringement of tbe church rules.
eulteau'e Meter Mad Her Htmbamd.
Chicago. July O.-Uulmau's sister has
brought another action lu i.ourt In this
county against her divorced husband,
George Scorllle, asking that he be restrained
from visiting her place of abode and from
defrauding her etit ether property and that
be bo compelled te contribute to ber sup
port and tbat ef her child, and that he give
her tbo aaaewtln's effect, due claims to
have supported herself tmi denghter by
dreuaiakssg and te bait bstfl the ebUd ha
TempcraiMve and tbe ftnnda Law.
Sr. Lours, July 8. If there Is a move
ment pending to close tbe saloons and beer
g u Jem on Sunday there wai no evidence of
it yesterday. There were tbe usual number
of picnics at tbe troves and gardens In tbe
south aud west ends of tbe city, During
tbe afumoou and night there were concerts
in tbe large gardens, and
tliousamls of well-dressed ladles, gen
tlemeu and children tut in the shade of
tbe trees und sipped the amber beer, while
the air was tilled with harmony. Tbe
saloon men seemed to look upon the move
ment us a Joke, though tbe attitude tbe
governor was reported to have taken caused
some uueasineHs. It looks now as If.
should t lit; closing order be Issued, that It
will be generally obeyed by the down-town
saloon-keeper, and that the gardens will
temporize with the matter in the courts
until the agitation die out.
Damage lo the Crops,
Lantastku. l'a., July 9.-8unday'i
storm did great damage in various section
of this cuunty to tbe growing crops. Tb
coin and out fields were beaten level with
tbe ground. Tbe tobacco field are badly
wuihed, necessitating replanting iu many
A Burglar Hilled.
Nkw York, July O.-l'olicemen John
Donovan and Charles Reynolds was serious
ly wounded while attempting to arrest a
burglar In Jersey City Sunday night. The
burglar was fatally shot. He gave tbe name
of Kuiik Drown.
A DIMIIIery Hurried.
Cincinnati, July A. Krieucrg A Work
urn's distillery, on Kirov alley, between
Main and Sycamore streets, wan burned
thi afternoon. Los .:'.", W, fully in
suied. NATIONAL AFFAIRS.
Being Cortered with Damaging Tei
timonj -"Assisted" Emigrants
The Hill lutenilKfitloa).
Washini.ion, July 9. Coleman opened
the proceedings in tbe Hill investigation by
the presentation of a number iff Hartlett,
Kobbltis A Co. 's coutraets. As he offered
the first contract be explained tbat the
prosecution did not claim that the contracts
were not all right. Tbey did uot wish to
show that tbey bad been awarded without
advertisement, and soiuu of them without
competition; that Bartlett & Rubbius got
nearly all of them, and tiiat tbey had cor
ruptly been favore J lu the aw trds of tbe
contracts for supplying beating apparatus
for the public building of the United
Totten asked if tbe counsel propose to
folio up this evidence by evidence that
Mill bad been brlbml. It made no differ
ence otherwise how many contracts Bart
lett, Robbins Co. received. Fven If
tbey had all of them it only tended to show
that they were good men and did tbe work
Coleman was astounded tbat a good law
yer should expect bim to show that money
bad actually passed beiween the contractors
aud Hill, If be could so present tbe facta
as to lead to tbe Inference that money must
hive passed he would have accomplished
all be expected In this Investigation.
Totten objected, because the proposed
evidence would make out a charge,
Coleman called upon ihe gentleman to say
whom he represented.
Totten "I appear for everybody who is
defendant against tbls assault you are con
Coleman Insisted upon an answer, aud
Totten said he represented Bartlett, Rob
bins Co. , Mr. Hill, aud the Dlx Island
Granite company. He had represented tbe
last Lamed company many years.
Coleman I bat is all I want to know-
how many of these contractors are Interested
iu Hill's defense, to the extent of providing
The prosecution then put in evidence a
showing tbat Bartlett, Robblus & Co., or
Bartlett, Haywood 4 Co., received nine
teen contracts for ffirnlshing beating ap
paratus for public buildings from 1876 to
1.sn at an average cost of $417,111, upon
which there was extra work amounting to
f llffl.mx, Contraoa wero also put in evi
dence to show tbat during the same, period
tbe total cost of sll the contracts awarded
tbe other tJrius supplying beating apparatus
w,as I170.01W, upon which tbe extra work
amounted to $0,000.
Colcuiau theu offered In evidence the pro
posal upon which contracts were awarded
for thi tupply of heating apparatu (or the
bureau of engraving aud printing in this
city. Bartlett, Robbins A Co. bid $31,.
US, while Barber St Co. bid $30,524, the
contract being awardod te Bartlett, Rob
bins .t Co. A number jf similar cases were
"Here is a curiosity," said Coleman.
"It show how tbe secretary of the treas
ury has been coming to the relief of the de
fense." Ife then read from the back of a
letter from Mr. Hill to Secretary Folger
dated after the tiling of the charges in tbls
case submitting a statement In regard to the
beating aparstus for the Charleston, West
Va., court-liouse with the following en
dorsement by Heerctary Folger. "I'pon
tbe facts found in tbo wltbln statement I
decided to accept tne proposal of Bartlett,
Robbins A Co. as the surest and best for
the Inlerett of the government. ' '
"Bring him In!" exclaimed Totten.
"Here Is a chance for tbo gentleman to
bring another specification. ' '
Coleman remarked tbat be supposed tho
secretary bad indorsed the papor in that
way to show his approval of what Hill did
by doing the same thing blmsclf.
Charles P. Wanncll then took the stand to
Identify a number of vouchers showing tbe
payments to Bartlett, Bobbins A Co., and
Bartlett, Hay ward Co.
Ne tifw onto.
WAaHiNOTOM, July 0. The ittorney
general has given an opinion to tho secre
tary of tbe treasury that It was not tbe In
tentoln of tbe act to pre vent the Importa
tion of adulterated ami spurious teas to
create a now office to meet tbe require mont
that all tea entered for Importation shall
bo examined before passing from the con
trol of the customs authorities. He says
tbe fifth section of the act refer to the ap
praisers and revenue offlceri as already pro
vided by law.
B, firafa Brwss.
Washington, July 9, -Hon. B. Grata
Brown arrived this morning, and registered
at the Kbbltt house, Ho Immediately
'proceeded to make himself scire to-lnier-viewers,
and up to this tluio he cauuot be
Panper Iraaala-rtkaU. "
WAiniNaTOjr, July 9. The treasury
department Is Informed that a large num
ber of "assisted" pauper immigrants are
coming to tbi United Btatta through Caiia-d.
Famine Threatening the Cholera District
-Count de Charnbord'i Condition-Turco-American
Cairo. July 0.-U Is reported that tbe
yacht Is being prepared, and will be held In
readluess to take tbe Khedive to Naples In
the event of tbe spread of cholera making
bis departure necensary.
niOI.KKA IS ALBXANDKIA.
London, July o. A Times correpond
entat Alexandria says that a European
died there of cholera Similar. The abat
toir of the city are in a filthy condition
and are extremely dangerous to health.
. r AKVI.NO IS UAMIKT'l A.
Al.F.XAXi.Ku, July 9. Provisions have
given out at Dainletta and tbe people are
starving. A number of European residents
made an attempt to break tbe cordon
srtumu tbe town and several were wound
ed. London, July f. In tbe house of com
mons this afternoon Gladstone, In reply to
Sir Stafiord Nortbcote. stated tbat he bad
received a letier from Kradlaugh announc
ing bl Intention to take bis seat in spite of
any orders of the lluice. Gladstone said
the government bud proposed a method of
meeting this ilitlieulty, which had been re
JecU'd. It now remained for the bouse to
act. Nortbcote said be regretted the necrsi
ty for protecting order which was the duty
of a prime minister, and he moved that
Bradlaugh lie excluded from tbo precinct
of the house until he engaged not to dis
turb its proceedings. The motion was
adopted by a vote of 2."52 to 65. Previoii
to taking the vote Gladstone and several
othpr members of tbo government with
drew from the hou-e. The other members
of the ministry present voted with tho mi
C.'ON8TASTixopi.it, July 9. A Turco
American commissioner has been appointed
to examine into the question of tbe ea
tabiisbment of a petroleum depot. Tbo
porto has addressed a note to Gen. Wal
lace, the American minister, pointing out
that it notified him of Turkey's withdrawal
from the treaty of commerce with America
on the eve of it I expiration and invited bim
to negotiate for ihe conclusion of the uew
I BK LA. SID.
Dublin, July 9. The four prisoner,
found guilty t the Sligo arizes, on
Saturday, of conspiring to uiurder, were
sentenced this morning. Rogers got
fourteen years, Tansey twelve, aud Kelly
and Houghton were sentenced to two
and eight years penal servitude respect
Gi'AYYQriL, via Oai.vk8tos, July 9.
There hat been heavy firing since about ono
o'clock this moruiiig. AUaro has Just come
In and hvs met with an enthusiastic recep
tion. There is great excitement atnon the
populace. It Is reported that Velntemllla
has gone on board a river steamer.
Romi, July 9. It has been arranged that
if the Count de Taris becomes recognired as
the claimant of the monarchy of France be
will come to Homo to pay his respects to
Vienna, July fl.-The Count de Cham
bord passed a sleepless night and wan slight
ly feverish. He is extremely weak thl
fit rlkliifr Weaver.
Kall Rivkk, Mass., July 9. Tbe weav
ers at liourne mill struck this morning on
account of a change of wages from day pay
to payment by the plpce. Tbey claim that
it is s reduction, but the management of
the mill say it will maVe no difference, and,
will he fairer in tbe end. as under the old
system tbe shirkers received as much as
the honest workers. Tbe Bourne mill
makes canton flannel.
A rsy Woman tit Lara;.
st Holly. , Ky., July 9. George
found a mldille-agod woman wan
dering around tbe woods near here Sunday.
She was perfectly nude, wild a a doer and
ran away swiftly, Purecll, however, cap
tured her and took her to 'Squire Miles,
The woman's hair indicates tbat she boa
been a wanderer a long time, as It Is matted
and full of burrs. It is believed she is an
Sai.uk, Mass., July 9. A fire this morn
ing gutted a building on Kssex streot owued
by tbe Jewctt heirs and occupied by a num
ber of business Anns, Tbo losses aggre
gate I2. 000.
RkdWinu, Minn., July 9. The Odd
Fellows' hall and (wo adjoining buildings
were burned Sunday ulgbt. Loss 26,000;
insurance, f 15,000.
Franillm, Mass., July 9. A passenger
train on tbe Woonsocket division of the N.
Y, & V. E. R. R. was thrown from the
track thl morning. The engine and one
car went down the bauk. Mr. C. W,
Saunder, of West Medway, bad her
shoulder broken. Several other were In
jured, none fatally,
Galveston, Tex., July 9. Tbe agents
of tho bark Salome at 9 o'clock this morn
ing received a cablegram from Its owners
In Norway ordering her to proceed to
wahtcver northern port would be most
profitable, and advising Hampton Ruads us
being tho best. The Salome is the vessel
with yellow fever aboard, now In uuarautlue
heiu, and Istely from Vent Cruz.
MftrrloU two SI neb.
CHICAGO, July 9. Adam Jochcin, who
coufesses to being tho husband of nine liv
ing wives, was arraigned tbls morning, aud
remanded. Tho coinplnmaut is Miss Kmma
Romos, mother of hi laM wife. Tbe police
re also In receipt of a dispatch from Lack
ewaxen, Penn., asking that Jncheni be
bold for a requisition from tho governor.
Mnlag f.r Libel.
Rochkhtich, a, Y. July 9.-Theodors
and John F. Alleu and their mother, Han.
nab L. Langlcy, of New York, sue tb
Union and Advertiser for libel for 1100, (XK)
In each case, for copying one month ago a
New York letter from the Indlauapolla
Journal which questions tholr honesty.
A aTMr Ml4.
Milwaukee, July 9. Pat. Devltt, an
ex-policeman, was shot In tbe leg early tbls
morning while breaking Into the rooms or
('his. Harris, at the oorawr of Fifth and
Blyborne street, fer the puryott of rob
bery. Davltt'i leg wis) has to be saapu-
The VttrsDoat Rioter.
XbwYobx, July 9. Ihe Triliua tayii
"If properly considered, tbe Interference
of the state militia In the trouble between
the miuers and tbelr employe at ally, Vt.,
wa really In the Inter st of tbe rioters
themselves. Not only were tbey happily
prevented from committing acts of violence
and blood'ilied, but their ihauue of getting
tbelr back pay were greatly
Improved. The ringleaders, who are
under arrest, will probably get off with
light punishment, for there Is mucb proper
sympathy with the miners. .'- But in spite ol
these facts, the action of Gov. BrUtow was
vigorously denounced Sunday by tbe dele
gates to the Central Labor union, Hanging
is what tbey think the governor and millta
men deserve. If the.ie men would only
reflect a title, tbey would quickly see that
If tbe state bud not interferred Ills entirely
likely tbat banging would have been tbi
fate of some of tbe sngry miners."
The "Wlleli ol Wall Mir!'" Dataicltler.
Chicaoo, July 9. Another scandal agi
tate Milwaukee and Chicago. Home time
ago Miss Mazle Cmrtittnd, daughter ol
Grace Courtland of New YoJk, known a
'the witch of Wall street." became Infatu
ated wltb a young M Iwaaklan named Wi.l
Jones, traveling for a Milwaukee bouse.
The girl's father, who lives apart from bis
wife, Grs;e Courtland, at Milwaukee,
beard of the acqiiAintaiico and engaged de
tectives to watch. If n discovered, he says,
Miss Maic and Jores at a hotel under as
sumed names. Tbe proprietor drove them
out, June trying to e-cape from a win
dow. He discovered, also, tbat Jones re
cently married another girl, and that he is
trying to gel a divorce from his wife so a
to wed Mazle. Tho latter returned to Chi
cago, w here ber mother is living, and legal
proceedings will bo comiiienu. d u.'a nst
Jones. "Tbo w itch of Wall street" is fu
rious. Two Womeu Drowuotl.'
Baltimork, July 9. A party of young
folks, eight In number, left this city shortly
after twelve o'clock last night. In a small
boat for a lisbing excursion. They bad pro
ceeded but a short distance when the boat
was found to be leaking, and tbe geutUtnen
rowed toward a scow lying In the river.
When tbe scow was reached ono of the
party, in attempting to effect a landing, up
set the boat, precipitating all tbe occupants
into the river. Six were rescued, but Mrs.
Kuhlman, a bride of two months standing,
and Miss Mamie Doulun, her bosom friend,
were drowned. Both bodies were subse
quently recovered, Mrs. Kuhlman was
only nineteen years old, and Miss Doulen
The llenalnu f ly.
SpitisiiriKLD. III., July 9. The state
entomologist reports that vast numbers of
tbe Hessian fly are now In the dormant con
dition, so low down on tbe sialk tbat th y
are left behind In tbe stubble when tbe
wheat is cut. Tbls is true of tb ? i n Ire
winter wheat region of Illinois. H there
fore urgently advices that stubble be
burned at tbe earliest day posaible, or that,
where this is impracticable, tho Infected
fields be plowed deeply and rolled.
HeUeoeb'a f ooaU4 JH)aV -
Chicago, July 9. Tbe proposition ol
Peter McGeoch to his creditors to settle a
a rate of 50 cents on the dollar bids fair t
fall through, owing to the refussl of several
heavy creditors to sign tbe agreement to
tbat effect. Among other tbe flrui of Gen.
r.idrouge Co., whose claims atnonot to
$9.1,0011, fa reported as demanding full pay.
inent. It 1 also reported that Win, Young
it Co. are opposed to McGeoch 's proposi
tion. S"I do not ask for a ballot though my very
life were atstake," writes Annie Louis
Csry. A common flat-Iron or a rolllng-pin
lats over the ballot by a large majority whsn
life is at s'ake in a smull faintly.
THE MARKETS. .
JULY 9, 1883.
CATTLE Export $5 70fW 00; good to
choice shipping, $5 50(45 70; common to
fair, U Krti5 30; butchers', $3 30T4
4 85; Texan, VI 7Va 10; stockers, U.
Market dull at 10O19 lowor.
HOGS Outet and slow; at 15(330 lower.
Light $5 oVj 25; mixed paeking $5 4M
tiO; heavy packing and snipping Si not
CATTLE Export steeraJB KitSS 10; good
to heavy do & 3UK 8; Ujfb to fair $t 90
Cab 15; common to medium $4 4034 85:
fair to good Colorado $406 85; aauthweet
W Vofdi 86; corn-fed Texns $t Wt 26;
light to good stockers J3 60O3 90; fair to
good feeders $4 OOftM is: ormon to cholec
native cows and hoifara $3 63fH ; (eaila
wag of any kind $3 00OS 50.
SHEEP Common, medium and light
$2 4iM3 50; fair to good 13 SeVtM 00; prime
$4 'XrM U0; fair to good Texas, T5
HOGS Large supply ad rood demand
at decline; but feeling untud and bus
iness small. Yorkers $5 8fW5 90: bearle
hipping and mixed $5 70O9 90.
WUEAT-Lower, closing at 99 Ve An
gust ; $10Urd$l 05 .September; $1 01K
October; l 04 November; 97 year.
CORN-Lowerj 49W July; 50 August;
50 September; W(MH October; 46
OATS-Lower;84 July; 28K August;
27 HOi" September; 3W year.
WHEAT Lower; closing at $1 08V
August; $1 05 September; 1 07V Octo
ber; $1 OSS' a. year.
CORN-Lower; 45W August; 46V Sep
tember; 47 H October; 4JW year,
OATS Lower; 32V Jul v; 20V August;
26 V year.
WHEAT August, $1 12V; September
fl 15; October $1 1V.
CORN-August (V October 61 X.
OATS-Auguat 88V ; September 38 V.
BUTTKR-Creamery at .19121 for
choice to fancy, to ' ti tot
(elections. Dairy at 15617 for choice to
fancy, and 18 for seductions; fair to good
10(912 : common 8OI0. Countrr packed
Unchanged; receipts and demand both
ruiall ; quote selected 90110, medium 698,
low grade dm.
E()G8-8teadv, lalei at 13o. candled;
choice marks of current receipt quotaMa
POULTRY Large grown spring eblckeni
were In good demand at $aa K od
medium slae moved fairly at til AO 02 75,
but small and scrubby as elsaJI ss over fl na
S. Old hen wanted at ft 54, and mlawd
ibens and cocks) at $404 20; Cocks slew st
ururocu , ,.
Country mark rates r dull.
SpotwhflatqtiltandU4y5o.t spriar 9
Id; Ho, S spring as : western win!
8s lid. Western oesra Hlbst at 6 ad.
betnand from United KltuM" Cm
Osteal dull bur whsaU aut Bse0s)raai tsi
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Dec s, 1&81.
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rplJE CITY NATIONAL HANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, a' 100,0 OO!
A General Banking1 liusiuens
JNTEHPIUSE HAVING, HANK.
KXCLI'SIVELY A SAVINGS HANK.
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