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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 11. im
C tiro nl o DIar.
Impurity of the
lilriud, Fever and
and all DUrunel
caused by De.
rangemeut of Llvr, Howtla and Kidneys.
STMPTOMS OP A DISEASED LITER.
bad Breath ; I'ain in the Side, sometimes lh
pain ii fell under the Shoulder-blade, mistaken fur
Kheumatism ; Keneral lust uf appetite ; Bowelt
generally costive, sometimes alternating with la;
the head is troubled with pain, it dull and heavy,
with considerable lost of memory, accompanied
with 1 painful sensation of leaving undone something
which ought to have been dune; a klight, dry cough
and flushed face it sometimes an aucudant, often
mistaken for consumption; the patient complain!
of weariness and debility ; nervous, easily startled;
feet cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation
of the skin exists; spirits are low and despondent,
and, although satisfied that exercise would ue bene
final, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try It in fact, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the disease, but case
have occurred when but few of them csistcd, yet
(lamination after death has shown the Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
It should be used by all persons, old aad
jonnf, whenever any of the above
Persons Traveling or Living In t'n.
healthy Localltleit, by taking a (in, occasion,
ally to keep the Ijver in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria, lilllous attack, biuiaeu, Nau
sea, Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, etc. It
will Invigorate like a gtas of wine, but ii uo In
If Tou have eaten anything hard of
dlgmtlon, or feel heavy after meals, or uleep
leas at night, take a dose and you will be relieved.
Time and Doctors' I1IIU will be tared
by always kef-plug the Regulator
in the House I
Fr, whatever the ailment my bt, a thoroughly
Safe purgative, alterative and tonie can
never be out of piaie. 'I he reme'iy is harnileai
and does not Interfere with business or
IT IS ITRKLY VEOETABLE,
And has all the power and elficacy of t.'alomel or
Quinine, without any of the injunoiis after eflccu.
A Governor's1 Testimony.
Simmons I.ivcr Krgulatnr has been in use in my
family for v.me time, and I am satisfied it is a
valuable addition to the medical si ience.
J. Gill Shohtm, Governor of Ala.
Bon. Alexander II. Ktpiihptis, of (in.,
says: Have derived f tiie benefit 1mm the use of
Simmons Uvcr KrguUlor, ud uh to give it
" The onlv Thlnir tliut nesrer futla ia
Relieve." have used many remedies for Dys
have used many remedies for Dys-
pepsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never
nave louno anytning to bent tit me to the extent
Simmons lavcr kegulator has. 1 sent from Min
nesota to Georgia for it, and would send further fot
such a medicine, and would advise all who are sim
ilarly affected to give it a trul as it seems the only
tlung that never fails to reliete
I'. M. Janmy, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. W. Maiton aayat From actual ex
perience in the ue of Simruont Liver Regulator in
ny practice I have been and am satisfied to use
and prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
jrjjrTake only the Genuine, which alwayi
baa on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. II. ZKILI.V & to.
FOK S A IF. Ii V A I.L Ilk L'fiGISl S
Q.EOHGE II. LEACH, M.I).
PHYSICIAN tt SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the II imei pathlc treat
ment of surgical dlaea, sud dineavrj of women
and chl dr.-n.
OKrlCE-On U:h Mreet, opposite the Post
office, Cairo, III
jyt. j. e: stkono,
UH Commercial Ave, Cairo, III.
VAI'Oli, EI.ECTKO VAPOlf nd MED1CATKD
la dy la attuuditnctt.
QU. W. C. JOCKLYN,
OPKICK Right StreeU ner Comi- errlal ue
U. E W. WHITLOCK,
Omul No. 138 Commercial Avenne, hitwien
Krkt'jtDd Ninth Street
chop on Halllilay Aveune, between rourlu aud
Hlxth street, Cairo, Ullnoli.
WTAII kind ol IiKht and heavy bUcltamlthlnp,
vvaifonand carrlntte work done In the mot woik
manlike niantiur. Morse-shoctuK a specialty aud
fittlfactlon guitrati teed .
Wit will psv lh alwr. rwsril tor in tut of IJvsr Comflslnl'
Dv.rla. plrk H-ilih, ln.lliiMllon, Cmnlltl"H or Co.tlvin.ii,
wt .laonnl curs wlui Ws.l'i VrgrBMs Lli.r lull, bn illrt.
Uoasare strictly ft.mt.ILd ilh. Tli.v srs fur.lv vnttlabli, siij
a.tr fait lo ilvt ullilscll.iti. Itiar IV'UhI. Ijrja r'iti,ioii
Ululn( Ml f'llfc It cm II, Kir ssis liy all druia'-li. Ik-osrs uf
mnurf.lll siul lliilulli-fil. Tin fllulnt .'nir.cliirwl only by
JllllN C, BT I'll, HI A 111 W. Pillion hi., ChkSf
Vras Irusl pscsssm sul by aisll irai.il uiim.itiUf s Jc.ulilauip.
Health is Wealth!
., . nr Munvv Ivn ItllAIN TtlfAT.
Mir.iiRtmrimlHMl hpwiH" for lljati'riti, DiM.i.
rant- N -rvotiH ront mtioti oiihu.1 by hou
61 u lo? oruibitflot). Wnk.-fii num. Mont 1).
t'lilHoltwiinifol the llrnin ronullitiB n 111
Ki End IroilinK to n.iiiory.iliM-iiy ami t'i'Hth,
lmturo Old An. Unrrcnrnw. Lnaa of liwi;r
fq oitCr x lnv..lmitry lmm line! HlHirmiiU
khuaeor over, inlti kkiiuo. i'M'U l cniitnma
Pmi month'a triitnitt. $t.i hoi.iir wx lir.xoa
V uvakantek hix ox :h
T euro Bny run. With wl'Jf )m
fur ! him, iit'ooniliumi'ii with I '-'". will
it.il the puro lawT our written mini miU t.j rm
CiVUio monpy if t.o tr.?ltmntUot.uiiuUU
a cure. UuuruuUHia iauuiloulyly
IIAKRY W. 80HU1I,
DiuKitUt, Cor, CouimurclaUyo, 418lh it . Cairo.
f Mi jTn-",ir"T-
An Eastern Man Elopes with
His Wife's Niece.
A Pennsylvania Poisoning Case-The
Trouble&cme Trade Doilar- Rail
road and Telegraph Affairs,
Nrwhuhii, N. V., July 10. Tim cnsa
tlon of tin? nuiir U tUf elopement of .1 line-.
E. Well, h niiirrli'd man about thirty lht
yeura oil), wild Miks Xi-ttle Vtsll, u ulei e of
Ilia wifr-, who hud lived with thulii the past
ten or twelve yearH. WtlU U a fiirninr and
cattle di'alui who did a large buin''. The
ncv of tho r-lopemetit ban di:lddly
astonUhed the nittlvca. Ho left u nmnlier
of creditoiK who kiucerely niouru IiIn de
parturo to the extent of nearly tlO.OnO. Ho
lived neui .sullrbury MiliN Miiitliiii, on the
Newhurtf branch. Nettle Vail, the younj;
woman who ai'coru panic hltn, it now
about twenty-one. and hsl been
with the WclU siueo kho wa-i
cl?ht or nine year old. Wh'-n Wells
went away ho said he wj golnu Wist to
buy rattle. He shipped nonie atoek to New
'ork that night and alao eng!ii;eil m--u.'f:
but did not (jo down. Ha turned up In
Xcw 'ork the next morning, however, at
the bar;;e din k. He ald he bad n.it In Mr.
.Suhoonniaker'a riverside house and inisiioil
the .'pi-i.r and had taken the Koundnut Imat
toNewVoik. Mr. Wi lls look his cattle
and went away. Nettie bad be.-it on a visit
to ber father, near Middletown, whither
she bad often went, and left there to return
with Wells at about the time Well went
away. Mr. Vail baj received a postal from
Nettie telllnR bitn not to worry, that she
could lake eare of heraelf, and Mrs. Well
ha received a letter from her husband
w hlch was dated at a place In Ohio and
which told her where she would find snic
papon (hat would be of value to bur.
Kb Hauled lo loiaoa the Whole
IlRAiu.su, IVnn., July 10,-Mra. Mary J.
feainan, of this city, purchased ten cents'
worth of arsenic on Monday, Having ahe
wanted lo poison rat. She really Intended
cotmnittiiiK suicide and to poison the fond
intended for her five cnildren. Between
nine and ten o'clock hut nlitht he left to
make some purchases, and when she re
turned one of the children Informed lieorue
Bowers, a boarder, that her mother had a
package of poison in her pockets. .Mr.
Bowers wrestled tho package from the
woman, but not without a terrible siruL-jrle.
He took the stuff and emptied it Into the
(tatter. She had, however, already taken a
(rood dose of the arnenie, but It did not af
feet her till this morulnR, when tue inmates
w -re aroused by her moaning. A phy
kiciau wai itimmoned who aJialiilstrred
powerful antidotea, which undoubtedly
saved the aomati'a life, She refused to
take the ant dotci and they had to be forced
down her throat. 8 be ii now perfectly
conscious, but refuaei to talk much. She
raid (be was tick and tired of life. She had
Intended to poison ber five children so that
tbey might die together, but at the last
moment "a myiterioua voice told her not
to do It."
A Railroad In Trouble.
Lafayette, Ind., July 10. -The En
qulrer correspondent has the following
facte relative to the Lake Erie 4 Western
railway troubles: Since January, 1W,
General Manager Waldron has expended
over 1470, 0U0 In necessary Improvements.
The management approved the expen
diture but failed, however, to reimburse
the exchequer or provide for the Interest
due each quarter, although repeatedly
asked to do so by Mr. Waldron. They be
lieved he wu able to "worry through" ai
be bad often done before, but circumstan
ces were unfavorable. The floods in tho
early part of the year cost the road $f0.
000, and business has been very poor ever
iIdoo. The road ha not earned operating
expenses. Mr. Waldron aaked for relief,
but they gave him none. The road is
300,000 in arrears for supplies, $To,(XU for
wages due employes for June, and on July
SI, $96,000 quarterly (ntereit fall due.
Manager Waldron and Mr, E. II. Address,
General Tassenger Agent, have resigned,
and It is likely that others will follow.
There ii a rumor of a rocelver belug ap
pointed. The Trade Dollar.
New YortK, July 10. At a public meet
ing of the produce trade to-day, resolutions
were adopted opposing any legislation by
Congress looklna, toward the redemption of
the trade dollars at par aa being dono in the
Interest of a ring of (peculators, who have
purchased the coin If) large quantities at Its
bullion value. Resolutions wore also passed
favoring the charging of Interests ou ad
vances made on consignments from the dale
of the advancement until ten days after ;the
date of tho sale of goods, provided they are
not paid for before; also recommending
that ton days bo the limit at which sales on
credit should bo mado In the produce trade.
From the . A. R.
Baltimoiw, July 10,-Gon. Henry A.
Barnum of New York and Gen. John K.
Hartranft of Pennsylvania, a committee
representing the Grand Army of the Re
public, have arrived here, bearing a testi
monial from the G. A. K. to tho maror aud
common council and citizens of Baltimore
In recognition of tho welcome and hospital
ttlei extended tho Gran Army during lis
national encampment and oonventlon In
vbl city In Juno of last year. The testimo
nial Is a bronze tablet made of motal from
the union and confederate cannon used In
the lata war, Tho presentation took placo
In the olty hall this afternoon, with appro
A Train Tkroath m Bride "ilh ratal
Jackson, Miss., July 10. In an acci
dent to a mjxed tralu on the Natchei and
Jaokson road lust evening five miles east ol
Natohei, (oven cars fell through a bridge
fitly foot high. Tho conductor, T, o,
Jennings, was killed, and the following
fiaasengorswnro wounded) James Grol
o, Fred Manocol, Willie Connor, Mrs. and
Miss Cannon, Miss Lucy Smith and Mini
Will Take CkargN
Wiursbahkr, Pa., July 10. The Phil
adelphia and lU'sdtnc coal aud Iron ooinpa
ny will take charge of the Lehigh and
Wllkosbarrsjovlllei let, both In ibis rcgloi
and at Audearted, m Aufiatt Ut first.
Ta Clsrd Editor.
ST. Louis, July 10, The colored Prtsa
Association convened at noon to-day at
l.'nion Hall, 1014 Christy avenue, and was
called to order by the president, W. O.
1'le'lger, of Atlanta, Ga., who delivered
the opening address, chiefly on the Im
portance of t te work of colored Journalists,
w ho are to move the sentiments and de
termine the belief of 7.00U,OUO people and
one and a half millions of voters. Mr.
Pledger Is collector of Internal revenue ut
Atlaiita, and is one of the very few of tho
colored brethren who have been remem
bered by tho Hepubllcan party In the dis
tribution of the spoils.
In Hie absence of the regular secretary,
Mlssl'atton, of the Galveston (Tex.) Sen
try, was chosen temporary secretary. A
Committee on Credentials, whose chairman
v W. T. Scott, of the Cairo (III.) Gazette,
There are about sixty delegates In at
tendance. W A SHINGTON AFFAI RS.
The Prosecution in the Hill Case Closet its
Testimony Indiana's Claim for the
Presidency -Yellow Fever,
Wariiinuton, I), c, July 10. Before
the Hill Investleatlni; committee Coleman
presented some additional vouchers. In
the Bartlett. Bobbins 4 Co. case, In ex
planation of bis offer, he said the vouchers
showed that Bartlett. Hayward & Co. pre
pared plans and specifications for heating
apparatus for the uustoiu-bouses at St.
Louis and Chicago, for which they were
paid for each building Thu ground
plans were prepared by the supervising
architect. The fit in wiss afterwards
awarded contractu for supplying the heat
ing apparatus at Chicago for $T)4,000 and at
St. Lnuls tor tMti.outl. ''In this way,"
said Coleman, "they became superinten
dents of their own work."
Frauds L. Arrlson, a steam-litter of this
city, was examined. He said be had
worked for Bartlett, Hayward & Co. In the
treasury building In this city during is)
and The workmen received two dol
lars per day and the helpers one dollar aud
ami a quarter. He signed no pay rolls.
The prosecution announced that they bad
closed so far as the Bartlett, Bobbins &
Co. cae was concerned, and Thonm
began the presentation of the case for the
defense by calling li. L. Bartlett of Balti
more. He testilied that be was a member
of the Arm of Bartlett, lliyward A Co.
Wherever possible the material
used in the extra work upon the New
York postoflicti wass charged for at con
tract rates. There was no corruption be
tween hi firm and Hill in any shape or
form. He did not know the firm had been
favored by Hill In any particular. Iu re
tard to the allegations of excessive charges
in refining ihe rafters of the new York post
office, the witness said the bill bad been
made up from data furnished by Evans, tbe
foreman of the firm, and not from bis (wit
ness') own knowledge. The cross-examl-nation
was deferred until to-morrow.
Benjamin V. Kelly, formerly the lima
keeper of Bartlett, Bobbins A Co. , descri
bed the method of keeping the record of
the time consumed in extra work done on
the New York postofflce. Tho returns
made were accurate. Tbe witness was
cross-examined at length. He could not
tell where the time book or tbe blotters!
Used by him could be found. Tending tbe
preparation of further evidence the com
mittee adjourned .
Mr Donald's Room lor Prealdent.
Washington', July 10. The Hon. Sam
uel B. Kerr, of Indiana, son of ex-Speaker
Kerr, Is in the city. Mr. Kerr is an in
telligent youug man, and by his talents and
energy succeeded In building up a lucrative
law practice at his homo In New Albany.
He has Inherited Ms father's love for poll
tics and bis deep and earnest convictions
upon the great Issues of tho day.
"Is there.any truth In the reports from
Indiana that Mr. Hendricks or his friends
aro disposed to throw obstacles In the path
way of Mr. McDonald for tbe PreslJcntlal
nomination?" 1 asked.
"I hope not and 1 think not. 1 think
there lb a well-settled conviction among
the Democracy of the slnto that If they
are to have a representative on tho na
tional ticket It must be In the person of
Joseph F,. McDonald as a oandldato for
President. I am not tn the position to
know what are the private personal de
sires of Mr. Hendricks aud his friends lu
matter, but I am very sure that tbey
tho will not In anr serious way antagonize
or embarrass the candidacy of Mo
Donald. 1 believe the Indiana Democrits
will be at tho next National Convention
solidly and enthusiastically urging
the nomination of Mr. McDonald for
"You think, then, that the next dele
gation to tho National Democratic Con
vention from ludlana will go there un
Instructed, but strongly lu favor of Mr.
"I am of the opinion that It will not only
be of Itself strongly for McDonald, but lu
ttructod to be so,"
Yellow rvr at New Orleans).
Wabiiinuton, D. C, July 10. The
surgeon-gnnoral of tho Marine hospital ser
vice to-day received a telegram from Dr.
Joseph Jones, prcldunt o( the board of
health of New Orleans, as follows: 1 ' The
Swedish bark BernK has arrived, nlno day
out from Vera Cruz, at tho Mississippi
quarantlno station, with three cases of yel
low fever. The bark Is not bound for New
Orleans, but Ii In dlstrots, ' ' The (iirgeon
general was also Informed that tho steam
ship City of Mexico left Havana on the
7th, for New York, with supposed cases of
yellow fever mi board.
War on I ho Wires.
Chicago, July 10. Tho city electrician
has declared war against certain electric
light companies. In this city b) cutting all
the wires not placed under ground. Tim
competition has become so sharp between
the companies that It Is claimed they do tint
use the proper Insulated wires, vid that
they string them at random over house
tops, which practlue might result In In
stantaneous death. A numbor of wires
havo already been out. This action has re
ference to aro lights only, no danger being
apprehended from wires used fnr the
transmission of ourrentl for Incandescent
i'lif Children in the Country.
Trior, N. Y., July 10.-Tbe 4VJ children
tiiken caro of by the Tribune fresh air fund
arrived by the boat Belle Hoi-ton this morn
ing, Breakfast was served by old Tappln
in Harmony ball. The bill of faro nasi
1,700 Jdsciilts, 1,000 cakes, M0 quart of
tnllk, five bams, 138 pounds of beef, and
1,000 bananas. Tbey took tbe special train
at 8i3U o'clock Ur PtaUaOturg.
THE CHANNEL FUND
Opposed by England-France Wants a
Bridge The American Rifle Team .
London, July 10. -The majorlt? of tho
Joint committee of the Houses of Lords mi l
Commons have decided to report in Parlia
ment against the advisability. of pm mining
a channel tunnel to be made. At tne last
testimony given the committee by Lord
General Wolseley, It was considered certain
that a majority of the coiniuiitce wmild re
port in favor of construction, but Lord
Wolseley succeeded lu convincing the ma
jority Hint the scheme was unwise. The
following Is the substance of Lord Wolse
ley 's argument:
If he tunnel were roaTsi Dover would
have to be made a first-clas fortress, like
Melz or Strasburg, aud not left as at pres
ent, a third-class fortification, without a
gun capable of plurcinx au ironclad.
There are at Dover uow 1,000 men, with
accommodations foi only X). If tbe tun
nel were allowed tbe strength of the
garrison would have to be Increased on a
peace footing, even to, probably, 1,4(X)
men. With a garrison there of that
Strength surprise might bo Improbable
al Duver lu the time of war, but in linn,
of peace it would be possible to take Dover
by surprise and it would be iputo
possible for un adventurcious
spirit In the course of a week or even a day
to take possession of tbe place with 2,000 or
3.000 good men. So long as Europe re
mained armed to tho teeth a general, dis
turbance bad to be considered as possible at
nry moment. A bark might bo landed at
Dover on a dark night wlthbut any win n
ing, and the best illustration of that possi
bility is to be found in tho surprise which
the British fleet guve Arabl lu
tho Suez canal. The fleet landed
their troops at lsina;U before
it was known ut Cairo that troops were to
enter the canal. That wan done merely by
.making arrangements beforehand, ami
such arrangements could as easily lie made
in tbe case of Dover by having the telegraph
wires cut at certain places, by which all
communication would be cut oft. A small
force landed suddenly at Dover ini'ht
easily carry all tbe forts there, aud if Dover
were so surprised and secured the Invad
ers could, with comparative ease, cover tho
approach of a large army.
London, July lo. In tho oolite.; at
Wimuleton, to-day, for the Halfford prize
at 1.000 yards. Dr. .Scott, of the Ameiicin
team, scored 44 out of a possible 50.
THK AMKKICA.XU AT PKACTKK. .
London, July 10. The American rifle
team practiced at the 800 yards range at
Wimblelou, this inurniug. Out of a possible
a') Bell and Brown score .13; Limit. W.
Sooit, 3J; Joiner and Van llouser, 30 each;
Stewart aud Paulding, 'Si each; Iliyim tu
and Cash, 27 each; Pollard, 2tii Dr. Hcott
and Smith. 24 each; llabbetb, 22; Dolan,
21. Col. Howard 18, ami Alder 11, The
Standard, this afternoon says the score
mado by the American teams beat tbe best
score that tbey made atCreedraoor, that
Vise coaching of Cot. Howard Is perfect, and
tbat tbe ineu work absolutely perfect to
gether. The LnglLshmen will not have a
walk over in tbe forth coming match.
Paris, July 10. A bill has been Intro
duced in the C'h ambtr of Deputies ask
ing government to lend Us assistiucc In
taking soundings for piers for a ruilroud
bridge which it Is proposed to build across
the Knglisb Chinnel connecting France
The French minister at Hue has left
the city amidst threats of viol Mice by
the populace. He started at once for
Pakis, July 10. Intelligence from Hue,
the capital of Annam, says the French cou
sul at tbat place has bocu insulted aud at
tacked on tho public street.
81II.L V KHY WILAK.
Vienna, July 10. Tho Count de Chan
bord passed a sleepless night, aud la still
Al.KXA.vP in, July 10. At Manstirab
yesterday there were 87 deaths from chol
era, at Samanund 7, at Sbcrbln 2. Fifty
Kuropeans died at Damletta from cholera
since tho outbreak of the disease.
at hard i.aiioh.
Alexandria, July 10.-Said Be hey Ken
dall, who was the perfect of Alexandria at
the tluiu of tbo riots and massacres hero
last year, has been found guilty of tho
charge of falling to perform his duties and
of being present at the riots, and baa been
sentenced to (even years' Imprisonment' ut
Vara, July 10, It is reported from
Crete tbat an outbreak has occurred there
among tho people against the payment of
Constantinople, July 10. The Porto
proposes to lmposo a tariff of 10 per cent. on
articles Imported for consumption and a
tariff of from 8 to 20 per cent, ou other im
Berlin, July 10. A statement
Imperial Bank of (iermany shows a ft
crease lu specie of 6,451,000 marks.
I UK I, AMD.
Dublin, July 10. James Carey, the In
former, baa been declared a bankrupt, ow
ing to his failure to pay his rent.
Window M!tA Workera.
PnTABfjRO, July 10,-Tho National As
sociated Window (ilass Workers met In
annual session In Kaullleld hall, .South Side,
this morning. Tho al tendance was large,
rlfly-nliio delegates representing evisvy
window glass factory In tho United Stales
being prosnnt. Tim morning's sossluu was
taken up wllh lhi examination of dele
mites' eei'UrlealcH and other loutlno bust
ness. Thr Children llnrntMl to lelh.
Mtl.W'At'KKK, July 10. Tho two-story
(1111111 residence of David Sitting was de
stroyed by the at three o'clock this morn
ing. Meeting, his wlfo and four children
escaped, but Dora, aged 12, Henulna, aged
7, and Hosa, aged 8, were suffocated, and
thulr bodies charred beyond recognition.
Pittsburg, July 10. -The coal ship
ments run up to 2, 419,000 bushels, of
which 1,297,000 bushels aro for Cincinnati
and lb balance for Louisville.
"I do Dot ask for a ballot though my very
life were at stake," wrttea Annie Louise
Cry. A comrooa flat-Iron or a rWU-H-plu
layi over tbe ballot by a tarn majority wben
life la at suae la a mall tmtlf.
ravorssatlo Cstoss Beoorsa,
Chicago, Jul 10. The Farmers' IU
view, in Its Issue to-morrow, will publish
au exhaustive report on tbe condition of the
crops, based on tbo returns from over 1,000
points in the Wet and Northwest. A gen
eral change for the better in all the crop
prospects baa taken place during the last
two weeks, owing to tbe cessation of rain
and tbe advent of hot weather. Last week
the two combined served to bring forward
tbe late corn and to push ou the sprinf
wheat and oats. Tbe weather has been
very fine for tbe early winter wheat harvest,
and the crop Is now going Into slack. The
spring wheat and oat crops are unusually
promising, and are both now nearly assur
ed. It Is believed tbat the corn crop is rap
Idly coming up to iu condition in
Ilouoiins; theliead Archbishop.
Cincinnati, July lo. There is a contin
uous procession through tbe cathedral to
day to look at the remains of Archbishop
Pureell, which now rest on a magnificent
catafalque before tbe altar, whe-e they are
guarded by knights. Tbe office of the' dead
was to be chanted this evening. To-morrow,
at 10 a. m., the requiem mass will be
gin. At the close the casket will be carried
to tbe special tralu in waiting, and taken to
St. Martin's for Interment. Messrs. M.
Clements, A. J. Mullane and J. J. .Sulli
van will be grand marshals for tbe entire
Bi.oominoton, III., July 10.-M.irle
Lltta's funeral occurred here yesterday af
ternoon In tho first M. E. Chuioh, tho ser
vices being conducted by tbe Itev. Ferd. C.
Iglebart. Over 2,000 people crowded tbe
church, while over 6,000 followed there
mains to the Bloomington cemetery. Many
beautiful floral tributes wcro sent by
friends of the deceased, among them a
broken lyre, sent by Hon. David Davis,
who. together with many other distinguish
ed citizens, attended the funeral. During
the funeral hour business was suspended
throughout the entire city.
New York, July 10. The World says:
"Kngland soems determined to make us
support ber paupers, as an offset, probably
for our proposed dynamite enterprises.
Now that our govorumeui has been stirred
up by tbe people on tbe subject, the Knglisb
authorities are shipping the contents of
their work-houses through Canada to the
United States, and at tbo treasury depart
"incut there Is said to be no law to prevent
their entrance through that door. If so, it
Is a great oversight In the statutes. ' '
Tbe Jollei Polle lUltl.
Joliet, III,, July 10. Tueo is great ex-
citement over tbe exposure made by yester
day's raid on tbe gamblers. Twenty-three
captures were made, Including A. K.
Clark, gambling hotue proprietor and real
estato dealer; Kd Fithian, book -keeper for
FlUiian & Avery, attorneys and loan agents;
Dr. Koike, a prominent physician, and
Frank ltockey, lumber dealer.
American Ilstbrew t'otinell.
Cincinnati, O., July 10 The tenth an
nual council of tbe Union of America
Hebrew congregations, M. Loth presiding,
began Its session to-day. About a hundred
and fifty delegates were present, rcyreaeut
lng a hundred congregations. Tbe session
continues three days.
Cracksmen la Troubles
Ashtabula, Ohio, July M. While
robbing tbe store of Mr. Starkey, three
thieves were surprised by Officer Jones.
Ono escaped, another wan collared and
the third was shot dead. All are un
known. . A valuable kit of cracksmen's
tools found show( they are professionals.
JULY 10, 1883.
. l.ito .stock.
CATTLE Exports $3 80(25 90; good to
choice shipping, H 4UW6 76; common to
fair, H tiaras') 76: butchers', & mi
4 No; Texans, VI 76fax 10; Blockers, Jfa5.
Market weak at 10 lower,
HOUS-Market dull at J0O40 lower.
Light & 40raXJ 00; mixed poeking 6 20f4
6 (w; heavy packing and ablpping $5 60(4
CATTLE Export steers SB 8506 00; rood
to heavy do $6 &too 63; light lo fair $4 90
d't 16; cominou to medium $4 40fM 85;
fair to good Colorado 86; southwest
$3 75rl 86; corn-fed Texan $4 20tt6 26;
light to good stockers $3 6003 90; fair to
good feeders $4 0064 26: eommoa to choice
native cows and heifers fS 6U4 85; scalla
wags of any kind U 00O8 60.
mi Mtr common, medium and light
4uw ou; rair to good f vwt oo; prime
26r4 60: fair to cood Texans. S2 76tf
HOGS-Dull and largely lower. All
classes of buyers holding off for a further
decline. A few early sales mado to butch
ers at to UV46 86 and to shippers at 260
6 (16 for mixed heavies.
WIIKAT-Hlgher.closlng at fl 00 Wo Au
gust ; 102 V toft 01 V September: $1 04
October; $1 04 H November; 98S year.
CORN-Ulghor;60K July: 61 August;
61V Soptembor; 6 IX October; 40
OATS-IIigher; 88 July; 29 August;
2fiVO' September; 27 H year.
WHEAT Higher; oloslna at $1 04V
August; $1 06V September; $1 07V Octo
ber: $1 04 year,
COUN-IIIgheri 46V August; 47Vf948
September; 48Vr48 October; 42V year.
OATS-Hlghor; 83 July; 26V August;
26 V year.
WIIKAT-July $1 12; August (1 18V;
Septi'mberfridV: October $1 18.
CORN .July 6flV; Awruat 60V; Sep
temerH2; October 61V.
OATsl-Augubt 88V; September 36V;
October 36 V.
, ST. LOUIS.
BUTTER Market quiet, but steadr and
unchanged. We quote; Creamery at lOoiMl
for choice to fancy, to 22 tor selections.
Dairy at 16fi17 for choirs to fancy, and
18 fur selections; fair to good 10r12; com
mon eYoUO. Country packed-Unchanged ;
receipts and demand both small; quote
selected VfoHO, modlura tVoti, low grada
KdUS-Steady, sataa at 13c. candled;
choloe marks of current reoelpta quotable
I'OULTRY-Larfre grown spring ehlokens
were In Rood doiuand at SMsVI 26 and
medium sbto moved dull at fa 60 (SH 76.
bat small and scrubby aa dssH as ever $1 7V
3. Old heui wanted at M 60, and mixed
(hens and cooks) at 26 Cocks slow at
$3 6003 76.
Country markou rather , dull.
Spot wheat rather dull; No. I spring Pa
Id I No. It sprtnf 8s ldt weastra winter
8s lid. Western corn dull aad easier at
& 2 So. Demand from UssHed Kingdom aad
CaiOtasat dull forwlsaa as tec
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