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THE CAIRO DAILY BTTT I JffTTN
CAIW. ILLINOIS, FRIDAY MOHNINtt. JULY 13. 1883
C hronla Diar
Imparity of tli
Mood, t'eTar and
anil all Diseases
caused by De
rangement ol Liver, lionets od Kidneys.
IYMPTOMS OF A DISEASED LITER.
Bad breath ; Pain in the Side, sometimes the
pain Is felt under the Shoulder-blade, mnukta Cut
Kheumatisui ; general loss of appetite ; Bowel
generally costive, sometimes alternating with lax ;
the head il troubled with pain, u dull and heavy,
with considerable lou of memory, accompanied
with a painful sensation of leaving undone something
which ought to have been dune; a slight, dry cougn
and flushed faca sometimes an attendant, often
mistaken for consumption; the patient complain!
of wearinetf and debility; nervous, easily startled;
tret cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensatloa
of the skin eiitts; spirus are low and delpondeat,
and, although saUtficd that riercise would be bene
ficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try It In fact, distrusts every r-meHy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the disease, but case
have occurred when but few of them eaisted, yet
examination after death has shown the Iifir to
have been citenslvely deranged.
It ihoald be used by all ptraoas, oM aad
young, whenever any of the atbuva
' symptoms appear.
healthy Localities, by
Living In T?n-
by taking a d occasion-
ally to keep the Liver in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria, Hllloua attacks, Uiitmess, Nau
sea, Urowsinest, Depression m Spirits, etc. It
will Invigorate like a glais of wine, but I uo In
If Ton have eaten anything hard ot
digestion, or feel heavy after ineait, or sleep,
less at night, lake a dose and you will be relieved-
Time and Doctors' Mills will be saved
by always keeping the Regulator
In the House I
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
safe purgative, alteratlvn and tonic can
never be out of place. 'I he remedy is harmless
and doe not interfere with business or
IT IS rrMXY TEC.ETABI.E,
And has all the powr and efficacy of ( alomel or
(Quinine, without any of the injuriuis after effect.
A Governor's Testimony.
Simmons Liver Regulator has bten in us in my
family for fme time, and I am tntished It it a
valuable addition to the medi l ktience.
J f .ill Shoktsh, (tnvernor of Ala.
Hon. Alrianiler II. Sti pliens. of ia.,
says: Have derived innie bentfu in.in the use ol
Simmons Uver K(guUt a1 ;sh sS've it s
The only Thing (hut never falls to
Relieve. " I have used many remedies fur Uys-
rrpsia. Liver ArTeUioa and liehiiuy, but never
ave found anything to benefit me to the estent
Simmons Liver Regulator has. I sent from Min
nesota to (ieorgfa for it, and would send further for
such a medjune, and would advise all who are sim
ilarly a fire led to give it a lri.1 at it seems the only
thing that never fails to reln-ve.
I' M Ja.iNkT, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. V. Mason nyi From actual es
perience in the uve of Smuiu.is Uver Regulator in
my practice 1 have len and am satisfied to use
sad prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
atayTake only the Genuine, which alwayi
bas on the Wrapper the red Z T rude-Mark
and Signature of J. II. ZLII.IN & t o.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRVOCISTS.
Q.EORGE II. LEACH, M.I).
PHYSICIAN tfc SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the II iruei psthlc (rest
(sent of surgical diseases, and diseases of woDien
and chl ilrnn.
OFHCK On Wis slree', opposite the Post
office, Cairo, III.
JJK. J. E. STRONG,
128 Commercial Ave, Cairo, III.
VAPOK, EI.BCTKOVAHOR ad MBDICATKD
A lnily in atleudsnce.
W. C. JOCELTN,
D E NTIST.
OPPirK-E.tfUh Mrwt nf r r-imi .rrt! Avim o.
JR. E W. WHITLOCK,
Omci-So. IS Commercial Avno. hitw.to
Kekt'iarid Nli.th Wr.
Shop on II a! 1 1 day Avenno, between iAiurtb
Hlxlb Streets, Cairo, Illinois.
STAII kluds nl light and heavy blacksmlthlng,
wagon and carriage work douo In the mort woik
manllka roaunor. Ilorrie fliiieliiK s specialty and
WK srtlUsv llissbovsrvwsrd torsny rsMof LItm Cemplstal'
piitMpils, ku k H.uliuhs, lnUisrstlin, Cnuiilpsilon or Cmutiu,
w. osciuol cur. wilh Wnt'l ssllt Ut.r 1111., whtn Ui. dlrrc
ilonisrs strictly mpl wll- Th.y srt punly iTUbls, Slid
B.TST fsll to Rlvs islUfsvUi1!!- RLiffsr Custod. l.rgs bosrl, 100
uioluit m pills, ti nsu. Yot ula hy sit drueiil.t.. Ikwsrs of
snMBUrftlu snd IniliaitoBi. Tlis si-nuitis nisiinrscttiri-d suly by
JOHN C. WKJT A CO., Il A Kl W. sls.ll.mi rl , Cbks
Vrst irlsl usilifc mui l'y uisll (trtpslduu nvuUiluf S3 wfat.tsius.
Health is Wealth !
1)11 V tl. WKHT S NENVK AWU lillAin -
yiir rmViirnntoiHl si"'tt" f,,r '""sr."'' U)KU
Honi'lnchn. Norvmia lZlXudl)Z
of aleoh.l or tobacco, jynkefulnw fllen M m
preesion, B..fUmn of the 11m r";"" " 5
Unity Mid loading t nilHery decaj M I ('eatn.
lVninntnrB Old Ann, Hnrronneaa, Ixiea or powor
ln itbTaeV Inwluntarir ,7 and orm. -orrhcea
caused by overxerDm of thebra n aoir
abuse or ,,ver.lndulonuo. lf. ?X "I!
one month' tretilmnnt. '1
lorn),sentbyniail pmpnidon receipt f price.
WM OUAIIAXTEE MX llOXKM
To enrs any caw. With each onler lvn.y it.
for ais boxoa. aeoonipamyd with " V,,wJr
lend" the pnronascr our written RnaiBnU to rej
land the money if tbe treatment doe not eHoot
0 euro. Uuarauteus iasueu only or
HARRY W. SOHUH,
prttgslt Cor. Commarclal ave. 18th t., Cairo.
'.' . .- rasa
SENSATIONAL AND SOLID,
Langtry and Gebhardt With
The Hill Case-Heavy Storm, in the
West and Northwest-Acci-denis
and Crimes -Crops.
Lo.vo Branch, July 11. The couple
in the parlor car whose movements are ex
citing the Kreatest Intircst here Mrs.
I.sniftry and Mr. Gebbardt -breakfasted
together this moruliiK at 11:9) o'clock.
The sunlit aut tn search of Mrs. Langtry'e
trunks Wednesday returned with them tri
umphantly yesterday evening and rushed
Immediately to the car to acquaint Mrs.
Langtry with the good news. Although
Mr. 15swlck, Mrs. Langtry'i lecretary,
bad engaged room No. 2J at tbe Central
hotel, near the depot, for Mr. ftabhardt
yesterday at the rate of $10 a day. and the
lattcr'e baggage was conveyed thither, be
remained In the car all nU;ht, evident
ly preferring bit nocl bouse
on wheels to tbe more prosio
hotel apartments. This morn
ing Mr. Beswlck registered the names of
Mr. Gebbardt and eetvaut. it was shortly
after eight o'clock In the morning when tbe
first signs of life wHbln the car were obser
vable. The curtains of one of tbe windows
were auddenly drawn aside, the blinds
rai-i'd und Mrs. Lar.glry made ber appeai
ati:e, her long bair streaming down her
back. She seated herself by tbe window,
ber elbow resting on it, while her maid
dres.ed ber bair. Shortly afterwards Mr.
(iehhsrdt enTged from the ear door and
ft'-r nibbing bis eyes and looking around
as if woiirlering where he was, crowed over
to the Central Hotel, returning, however,
almost Immediately to breakfast. Tbe
breakfast scene was an attrac
tive one and was performed before
quite an audience of villagers
and visitors at tbe branch, who bad assem
bled at the platform opposite, until
MK. OIBIURDT SCDDE.NLV 1R08K,
and with an augry Jerk, evidently atinojed
tbnt some one was looking, pulled down
the blinds. Mrs. Langtry reclined at
breakfast in a luxurious arm cbair, the
ciitnaon satin ciuhlociwof which were em
broldcred with tbe initials L. L. and F. G
entwined in a monogram of gold. She was
artirea in a aainty wbtte swlss muslin worn
over a blue beau, and her prettily slippersd
reel were dad In nine silk Blockings. Mr.
tiotuiarai sat opposite to tier in an easv
cbair covered with gray fur.
Later In the day a carriage drove up and
Mr. uehbardt appeared with a soip-box in
his hand. He placed tbe box on the ground
s i tnst Mrs. Langtry would not be com
pellcdto mp from tbe car. They drove
to tbe west end bathing ground, where
31 rs. langtry weui uaioin?, Hbe wore a
white flannel costume with a Jaunty little
cap of tbe same material. There were few
people about when she entered, but no one
seemed to recognize her for some time.
Mr. Gebhardt tood by smoking a cigar
and appeared rather impatient. He hurried
her into tbe carriage as soon as the emerged
and drove rapidly to the car, where dinner
Tbe mil IsivessAyatton.
Washinoton, July 12. T. J. Hayward,
of tbe firm of Bartlett. Hayward A Co.
waa tbe first witneaa before the Hill in'
vestlgating committee. He said It wa the
tr.ictice of the firm to superintend their
ow.i work wherever they were held r-
sponsible for Its quality. One of tbelr em
ployes, Charles P. Newton, had formerly
been an inspector of materials and
beating apparatus at the Chicago custom
house. The firm had preparedfplans for heat'
ing apparatus for a number of large public
buildings. lhe plans far heating
apparatus for the St. Louis postoffioe build'
Ing bad been prepared by the Arm under
the orders of tbe supervising architect. His
firm put on bid on three building,
for which they had prepared plans, and
were successful In two Instances, the Chica
go snd St. Louis buildings. The witness
denied that there had been any corruption
between- Hill snd tbe firm of Bartlett,
Hayward A Co. It wu not true that the
firm bad received any nndue or unfair In'
formation to aid them in contract.
Coleman cross-examined Hayward. The
witneaa said bis firm had always been the
lowest responsible bidders.
Coleman produced s contract for putting
In s beating apparatus for the Bureau of
Engraving snd Printing, In Washington.
AT SOLDIER, K AS.
Kansas City, July 12, A Leavenworth
apeclal report from Soldier, tbe scene of
tbe tornado Tuesday night, estimate the
los to property 35,000 to $40,000. Fifteen
buildings, Including tbe principal business
bouse of tbe town were demolished. Tbe
bodies of Mrs. O'Hannel, Mrs. Walter,
Mrs. Owen und an Infant, three month old
were taken from the ruins.
at topkia, has.
Kansas City, Mo., July 12. -A Topeka
dispatch says: "Tbe rainstorm in this
section Tueiday night wa one of the heav
iest ever known In this part of the country.
Many Driuges were washed away. The
damage to wheat In tbe harvest field will
amount to several thousand dollars.
milwauiie, juiy 22. -A heavy wind
storm passed over this lUto Wednesday
night, striking Portago about 2 a, in., and
demolished a new brick building In course
of erection for tbe Guppy Guards. The
structure wa forty-five by eighty one' feet
In lize. The storm reached Milwaukee st
4 s, 111., but did only minor damaire,
Vai.ua, Dakota, July 12. -This city Wed
nesday evening wa visited by tbo worst
hall storm ever known berc. The crop
sre nauiy uamagaa and lome fields are en
tirely ruined. Tbe belt extended about
eight mile north. It length it bas been
impossible to learn.
Will Fay tba Dividends.
wiw xowt, uiy The Post ays:
'Jay Qould give public notice that In conse
quence to tbe Inconvenience to many holder
of western union Telegraph stock, hy rea
son of 'malicious and vexatious suit,'
he has arranged with the Merchanttle
Trust Company to advance to si
such stockholders the auiouut, of their
dividend upon an uilunmeut to
Ailon, 111., July 12.-Afttr mud
wrangling last evening, tba Countil
uxkiI the Heeine (or ttery Mnd of drsav
soup at WOO, refuslu to adopt the $160
beer license made optional by tba Hai
per bltfb HneniM bill. The saloon msa
joneruliy acqulesoe In blgh license,
1 hey say the only enect it win care win o
to i-nt off tha free liinnhas. and they raB
,u"d ,h,t " B0UB,ll CM' Mh 1M
The cuiin v an oon llceine which has
icen only W) ex pued on June 10th, and
the saloon-keeper at once filed the.ll
bonds an an application for a renewal
of lii'i-nio, but at the county Hoard was uol
In tension tbc permit could not be ob
tained. The Board met last Monday after
tbe high-license bill bat become
law, and it Is asked to Issue the license, at
though done on cime 100; that, Is at tbe
old rate. The board li la something of a
quandary as to what to do, and the Judi
ciary committee have the question under
A RAIL WAT Nl'ir.
In Wbloh Gould and Others Give a Big
Nkw Yokk, July 12. The Metropolitan
F.levated Hullrond company suit against the
Manhattan und New York companies to let
aside tbe October agree vent f 1881, li
now pending in the court of Common
Plea. A temporary Injunction was
granted, restraining the defendant from
carrying out these agreements, and recent
ly the defendant companies moved to
set aside this injunction upon their giving
bond to indemnify the plaintiff company
against any loss which they might sustain
upon the vacating of the Injunction. Chief
Justin" Duly decided ht be would accept
bond in f lW.oo" and vacate the injunction.
The Injunction has been vacated, hut the
undertaking has been increased to $292,600.
The bond recites that the Manhattan rail
way company, tbe New York Elevated rail
way company, Cyrus V. Field, Jay Gould
and !iiise)l Sae do severally undertake, In
the sum of fc(2,.'i"00, and they will pay the
plaintiff anv Ion not exceeding thie sum
caused by vacating this Injunction. Field,
Gould and -Sage each say for themselves that
:hey are worth 00,000 over and above all
Chicago, July 12. The member of the
sncietv of Orangemen of this city, to the
number of onehunJrcd, paraded tbls morn
ing in honor of the anniversary of tbe battle
of the linvnc. They afterwards took s train
out of the citv for the purpose of holding a
picnic. N dixturbsnce of any nature wa
creatrd along the line of march, although
tbe column at times was subjected to mild
Nkw York, July 12. The Oraneemen of
New York and Brooklyn celebrated the day
and iti memories by an excursion to Mount
Pleasant (irove, About three hundred
persons were present with their famllle,
Indianapolis, Ind., July 12. Gov.
Hendricks, In an interview at Omaba, Is
reported to have taid that Senator Voorhee
had no suthurity to wake the statement
he made recently that Hendricks la not a
candidate for the Presidency. The contra
diction created a ripple of excitement here.
It Is taken on all side as a declaration ot
hostility to McDonald, and an open war
between tbe HendrteJca and McDonald fac
tion seems Imminent. It 1 reported that
Hendrlck Is en route to California to talk
with Gen. Roiecrans and Justice Field upon
Springfield, HI., July 12. The report
of tbe Illinois Department of Agriculture
concerning the prospect for the growing
crop of corn will be Issued in a few day.
The r"ports of correspondents how an im
provement in all portion of the state. The
ares of tbe growine crop Is about 7,600,000
acrea. The procperts are encouraging for
crop of 10,000,000 of bushel, a tbe eondl-
tlhn of the crop I rapidly improving. The
next report is likely to give encouragement
for about 200,000,000 of bushel for the 18S3
Tba Wild Wsium Identified.
Ioiia.viLi.K, July 12. That wild woman
captured near Mount Holly church has
been recognized hy a lieutenant of the
police as Margaret Holden, an old-time
sinner of the Kast End, who mysteriously
disappeared from the city about two
months ago. She bad for a long time been
leading a very degraded life, and It Is ssld
she spent every cent sho cotild get bold of
for morphine, and when in s craze,
superinduced by the drug, lhe skipped out
and has since been a wanderer In the
Chardon, O., July 12. -Henry Hurl-
hurt, of Thompson, tbi county, seventy
year of age, came to thl city and hsd
William Smith arrested. He say that be
causo Smith found him In s bed-room with
hi wife bo scared him by attempting to
shoot him, and that he had to give $1,200 In
money and notes to him, making black
mailing tbe offense. It I said that Smith
heard screams and went to tho house, snd
found Hurlburt making indecent overture
to his wife, and that Uurlburt offered ths
mony himself to bush up the escapade.
Springfield, III., July 12. The 8tate
Veterinarian report tbatglander I preva
lent among the horse In nineteen counties
In this state. He claim to have been pre
vented from killing the animal afflicted,
the attorney contending that he could only
resort to tbi moasure after tho Governor
had Issued s proclamation declaring glan
ders epidemic. Tbe Attorney-General I
now expected to give an opinion a to the
power of the Stato Veterinarian under the
Convicted ot Criminal I.lbel.
Fittsburo, July 12. W. J. Kounti,
manager, and John H. Kennedy, city editor
of the aJlegheny Evening Mall, were con
victed this afternoon of criminal libel, Peter
Walter, Jr., a member of the Allegheny
City totincll, being the proeoutor. The
article which provoked tbo libel suit ac
cused Walter of using his official position
for personal galu.
Possibly sn Avoidant.
Alton, III., 12. At an early hour thl
morning Henry nancock shot himself with
s revolver. The ball penetrated hi ukull
Just behind the ear, but he may recover.
He hat s large family, snd I a steady,
reliable man. Hancock recently made a
change in hi buslnoss snd did not do as
well s expected. Thl was probably the
cause of hi set.
M. de Lesiepi 11 seventy-eight snd spends
most ot hi time sway from homo, but
tbey don't seem to miss bltn there,
Madame' lMtbabjrtoitly born, is ths
FROM OTHER NATIONS.
j-The American Rrfle Team No Rep'j Frem
France to England Yet-American
Pork Still Exciting Germany
. Disastrous Floods
London, July 12. Tbe amount ot bul
lion gone Into tbe bunk or England baa In
creased l'J,,VW during the past week. The
proportion -A tbe bank reserve to tbe
liabilities Is U 5-lo per cent. Amount of
bullion gone Into tbe bank on balance to
THE AMKKICAN TEAM IX MAt'TlCK.
London, July 12. Tbe members of tbe
American rttle team to-day fired at 800.
XX) and 1,000 yards range. The following
were the scores:
names. son yds. tv)ydi. 1,000 y
Polard 2! W LS
Alder ) 26 so
hlewatt 2H 23 15
Van lieuen....2H 13 31
Joiner 2 ' 26 21
Howard 27 19 i7
Dr. Scott 27 26 22
Dolan 2n 24 20
Bull 2H 22 13
raillding 26 29 23
Lieut. V. Scot 1 24 22 19
(ash 24 21 28
Kabbeth 24 21 2
Ilinman 23 20 13
Khakspeare 22 20 W
Rrown 21 57 29
Smith 17 2-'i Id
The weather wa rainy andguity. Ths
shooting was watched with great Interest.
Tho average scores were very high consid
ering that the weather was unfavorable.
The screw wind gauge was used.
NEW 8LK. CANAL.
London, July 12. At s meeting of tbe
merchants and ihlp-owners to-day to dli-
ciths tbe agreement between DeLesaep aud
the British government in rehtlon to the
project for a seoond Suez canal resolution
were passed expresKiuit regret that the
government bad promised to use their in
Alienee to obtain a concer-ston for a second,
canal In favor of tbe DeLessepa company
Instead of securing a concesslou for au in
dependent British canal.
WILL DO WHAT 19 EIGHT.
London. July 12. The report of the do
ing of the French in Madagascar alluded
to by Gladstone in tbe Common yesterday,
came from tbe British consul st Zanzibar
It was brought to that place by a man-of
war. Tbe French government has tele
graphed to Madagascar for details of the
proceeding complained of. During tbo
session of tbe House of Lorda tbi afternoon
Lord Salisbury questioned Lord Griiiville,
foreign secretary, as to whether tbe British
forces In Madagascar water would be in
creased. Granville said be would not make
a public statement, which might be mis
construed, tbe more so as be bad reason to
believe tbe French government was willing
to do what was right in the matter.
I'aRia, July 12. The weekly atatement of
the bank of France show a deureaae of
7,ft2.r,000 francs lu gold and tt,7W,000 in
The French government ha Informed
Knicland that tbey await official advices
from Tamatave before replying to Gran
ville's demand for an explanation of the
London. July 12. A Pari dispatch say
the French government baa not been in
formed of tbe conduct In TamaUtvc of Ad
miral Plerrie referred to oy Gladstone In
tbe Commons yesterday.
DE CHAMROKD'S WILL.
Paris, July 12. -Tbe Gau loin says tbe will
of tbe Count de Chambord cominauda all
the royalists to recognize the Count de Pari
a the heir to the throne of France.
the causes of cholera.
Paris, July 12. Loul Pasteur, tbe well
known French chemist, bas offered to or
ganize a mission with tbe object of investi
gating tbe nature and origin of cholera in
Egypt. Tbe hygiene commission has en
dorsed the scheme, and Pasteur baa applied
to Lord Granville, British foreign secre
tary, to furnish him with facilttles for carry
ing out his tnlnlon.
THE DOH IS ION.
London, Cuit., July 12. There Is noth
ing new to report In regard to the flood.
The water has subsided and gang of men
are busv clearing out tbe house snd en
deavoring to make such as were not car
ried away habitable. Active relief meas
ures are on foot and all of tbe distressed
arc temporarily provided for, either In
private house or at the expense of the city.
No more bodie have been recovered, but
many who are missing have not yet turned
up. The property destroyed by the flood
I valued at fcwo.000.
Ottawa. July 12. -Another crib st the
Cerrllloi dam, ten feet In length, has been
carried iway, taking with It about thirty
feet of tie superstructure. The break la
now aboat fifty feet wide, but owing to the
high state of the main river the water In the
canal hai not fallen to any perceptible ex
tent. E'ery addition to the opening in the
dam Incrfscei tbe difficulty of repairing the
London. 'u!y 12. Tba North German
Gazette ( Berlin quote a letter from Sar
gent, the American minister, in which he
title tha. Germany's pretense that tbe In
terdiction of the Importation ot American
pork was owing to sanitary reaaon, l be
coming the thinnest v 0 1 1 . The Giuette In
reply to tbe assertion of Sargent, repro
duces an article from a Cincinnati paper, In
which It Is declared that half the lard man
ufactured In Anieric oonsistsof cotton teed
oil, tallow and clay. A Time correspond
ent at Berlin says It I believed that the
German government ha now found the
long-wtight pretext for favoring native lard
by prohibiting Imports from America. The
Justification by tbe North German Gazette
of tin Interdiction of the Importation of
American pork by alleging tht American
1 11 rd Is Impure is 11 characteristic example
of lhe reasoning of that paper.
A l.F.v. an DM a, July 12. Cholera has ap
peared at Zlftch and Cblhen, forty and
thirty miles respectively from Cairo. A re
vised list shows tba number of deaths from
tho 'Unease at Mansurah yesterday to have
been elgbty-nlno, Instead ot flfty-nlno a
before reported ,
DEATHS FROM CHOLERA.
A1.BXANDMIA, . July 12. Thirty -flvi,
Ucati occurred at Danilelta during tha
tbo twenty-four hour ending st eight
o'clock thl looming,
Cat Ilia Tnrosst,
TltoY, N. Y,, July U.-Ex-TniHlee
Ilufua S. Munn.of Lanslngburg, ons of the
most prominent ultlxont, out bis throat front
ear to ear thl morning sad wa found
dead. He wa tunstruek three week ago
and ha lines ossuiplalnsd of pslui la his
TiylDtT ) vT.atsll fela Warsls.
Putnam,. O., July 12. Tbe town la
(reatly excited over the arreet of AJexaa
derJohnsou, one of the oldest aad moat
prominent nierotsanU of tbe county, on a
charge of embezzlement arid forgery.
Johnson made so aaiiigunteat a few day ago
with liabilities. It tee mi that la WTO tm
sister tiled und be wu appelated
guardlun of her six children. Tba) es
tate eoiiiisted of $11,000 In cash PS
side's valuuble real estate and chattels. A
short tiiuu ago Johnaott, it la alleged, of
fered to settle with his ward for 1909, wt
as ther say, were aware that the Income
from the real estate bad supported them
during thirteen year. Ibcy knew that there
lioulit be at least 10,000 due Ibem Instead
of $110. Proceeding were accordingly In
stituted against bim, and resulted In the
finding of two indictments against him by
the recent grand Jury. He gave bond In
the sum of $5,ftO0 for hi appearance to
answer the Indictments.
The Western anion Negotiating For ths
Rapid Telegraph Company.
Naw York, July 12. Considerable at
tention has been paid lu Wall street to ru
mors concerning tbe leaalug of the Ameri
can Rapid Telegraph company by the
Western Union oompany. It I stated
that tha Western L'nlon company I
willing to assume control of the
lines of tbe other company pro
viding It can make an advantage
ous contract. 8ome of the Rapid direc
tors have Informally expressed tbcra
lelves In favor ot executing a long
lease of tbelr linea to tbe Western Uu
lon In consideration of 3K percent, annual
Interest on tbelr capital slock of $3,000,000,
and providing also that the Western Union
rompiiny will assume the obligations of tba
leased company. Some difference of
opinion upon thl subject prevail among
the officers of the Rapid company. Tbe
officers of the Western Union company
deny that any official proposition has been
made relative to leaalug the Rapid com
pany's property, but there Is reaaon to
believe that some of tbe leading directors
of tbo Western Union are In favor of
acquiring control of Use lines ot tbe smaller
company. They are unwilling to assume
the obligation of the latter, but
think that tbe Western Union can afford to
guarantee at least three and a half per cent.
on r. capital stock, ine Kapia company
now bas more than 14.000 miles of comnietsd
wire. Vice-President May, whose offles is
in tbi city, said Wednesday that he was not
prepared at present to give any Information
about the proposed lease. The executiro
committee of the Weatern TJnlon met Wed
nesday, and among tbe dinctora who at
tended were General Eckert, Jay Gould,
Cyrus W. Fiald and Russell Sage. Tbe
subject of leasing the Rapid's lines was dis
cussed, but the officer subsequently de
dared that nothing was done.
A Bavd Runaway.
Chicago, July 12. A runaway horse at
tached to a light buggy in which were four
young people approached the draw of tbe
Harrison street bridge Wednesday night at
a lurtous gallop and plunged Into the rWcr
the bridge having been swung to allow the
passage ot a vessel. Tho young man
nameu ftepnen ueicK, ana me young wo
man were precipitated Into the river with
the vehicle, and tho former wa wounded
Tbe Trade Dollar.
Philadelphia, Pa., July
Commercial Rxchange this
passed resolutions calling on Congress to
redeem the trade dollar at par, or to legal
ize the Issue of that coin.
A Private Conference.
Cleveland. O., July 12. Ths plow
maker from New York aud New Eng
land, fndinna. Pennsylvania, Missouri snd
Nebraska, are holding s private conference
JULY li, 1883.
CATTLE Exports $IS 703 90; good to
choice shipping, $ 40(36 60; common to
fair, !& 40toft 80; butchers', $2 SOft
4 K'i; Texans, W 7.V5 10; stock en,
Market (Ull at lOftlftc lower.
HOGS Quiet and stow; 5rrtftc lower.
Light $5 2&iW 90; mixed packing SB 00(3
ft 3ft; heavy packing and J. shipping $6 8019
CATTLE Export iteersfS 705 00 (good
to heavy do $6 )Cdb 80; Itgot to fair ft 85
Cdf 10; common to medmm $4 40(94 86;
fair to good Colorado 50; southwest
$3 7504 85; corn-fed Texan $4 2000 2ft;
light to good Rtocker fi 6063 90; fair to
good feeder $4 OtVSrH 26; common to cbolos
.native cows and heifers $3 SWatt 20; icslls
wak' nf any kind $2 75to3 00.
SHEEP Common, medium and light
$;l MrM 7ft: fair to good f J 60O8 75.
HOGS Firm demand for yorker at ad
vance of 6c. Hales $6 Xt6 40. Heavies
entirely neglected, and no figure gives.
WHEAT Unsettled, closing st
$1 OOiifSI OO August ; HOa Septem
ber; $1 Oil's October; $1 04K November;
CORN Higher; 51 July: 51K August;
51 H September; 51 Si October; 46 X
OATS Firmer; 34 July; 29 August;
27? September; 27 "iO year.
WllEAT-Lower; closing at ft 0K
Julv; 1H 04 Sf August; $1 06H September;
$1 07 OS October: $1 04Sf year.
CORN-Hlgher; 4ft July; 4s August;
48 September; 48V October; 42V year.
OATs-Wcak; 82 H a. July; 36 a.
August; 2tJ year.
WHEAT-Augusi $1 13 X; September
$1 15 V; October $1 IVi.
CORN August 01; Scptomer 63 b.;
OATS-August 38; September 36V;
BUTTER-We quote: Creamery st lflfiMl
for choico to fancy, to 22 for selection,
hairy at l.Vi17 for choice to fancy, and
IS for selection; fair to good lOftU; com
mon STaMO, Country packed Unchanged;
receipts and demand both small; quote
selected OtolO, medium OfiW, low grade
1'Ol'I.TRY-Dull and easy; offerings Itb
eral. Quoted: Old ohlckem-Usn S4i8
4 25. Mixed 3 50iV3 75, cooks st $M
A 2ft; spring ssalk $1 50r2, medium !
f'i Xm 60, good slsod 1 70.
EGGS Dull and lower at 12Xe candled.
Old and doubtful Iota less, asrdlm to
Weather In England unsettled, stark
Lane-Wheat dull; corn Ann, wHb fair
d.iinand. Country markets rather dull.
Spot wheat rather quiet; No. 2 iprieg
tl No. priivgss Id i wesson winter
p-a lOd. western osra ami ana sasior m ju.
DaMd frosn United peristal jmmI CosHi
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