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A Iloueeholri Article fur Universal
For Koailrt and
I Typhoid Keren,
I'oi, Mfaaltta, and
all t'oiitugloua Diseases. Persons waiting on
tlic Sick, bhoulil use it freely. Statist "river tut
never been known to spread when: the Hind was
Used. Yellow Nverhat been rtireil with it lifter
black vomit had taken )lut-tf. The want
caw of Diphtheria yield to il.
sous refreshed and
td Horeii prevent
ed by hulling with
Impure Air m.vle
harmless and purili.-.l.
For Kore Throut it i a
y'ur Fronted Feet,
Chilblain, Tile a,
bolt White Complex
torn secured by m use.
Khlp Fever prevented.
To purify the Hreutli,
Cleans the Teeth,
it can't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
Fryslpela curt J.
Iirsente: -j cured.
Wound healed rapidly.
An A ntidote for Animal
riTTISti of Small
Amc mler of my fam
Hy w:is taken with)
Small I used the
Fluid; the patient wi)
not dchrioua, was not
pitted, and wai about
tlic hou again in three
weeks, and no others
had it. - J. W. Pakk.
The physicians here
use U'obyt Fluid very
successfully in the treal-
! mcnt of Diphtheria,
i A. SToLLSKweacs:,
j Greensboro, Ala.
or Vegetable I'utsoiu,
I used the Fluid during
our present alflictim will!
Scarlet Fever with de.
tided advantage. It it
Indispensable to the tick
room. Wm. . Sahd
ju, Eyrie. Ala.
Tetter dried up.
I h er purified and
In eaeaof Iteath it
should be used about
the corpse it will
prevent any unpleas
The eminent Thy.
j airbill, .I.M A1UON
' SIMS, H. !., New
York, sars : "I am
f convinced rrof Oarbys
I Prophylactic Fluid is a
I valuauk iiim.fo.uiit."
Vanderbilt University, Kuslivillt), Tenn.
I testify to the most ecellent qualities of Prof.
Darbys Prophylactic Fluid. As a disinfectant and
detergent it is both theoretically and practically
superior to any preparation with which I am ac
quainted. N. T. Leer un. Prof. Chemistry.
Ilarhy Fluid I Recommended by
irin.AccxANuF.it H. SixriiPNis, of Georgia ;
kev. (Jhas. F. Dems, V.U., Church of the
Strangers, N. Y.;
I. 1.hC'nt, Columbia, Prof .University, S.C.
Kev. A. J I'.A run, Pr f , Mercer University j
Rev. lis'). F. I'lr.Kcs, llishop M. E. Church.
IMHSl'KNS.sItl.K TO F.VF.KY HOME.
Perfectly harmless. 1,'sed irtenially or
externally for Man or Heast.
The Fluid has been thoroughly tested, and we
have abundant evidence that it has done everything
here claimed, i a fuller information get of your
Druggist a pamphlet or send to the proprietors,
.1. If. ZKIU.V CO.,
Manufacturiig Chemists. PKII.AIiFXIMIIA.
.lvV ICrenm Balm
Catarrh and II a j
Agreable to La.'.
tiH(l ALky roH
COLO IS Till
IIailrhr A l-,fiie
or anv kind of wiora
Inflamed arid rough
snrfar.ea A preparn
tlon of nndouhted
merit. Apply I' 'he
little fi.igrr tiito the
hofi'ti". It will hu
clcn-lpg tho na.sl
)oir.-i of catarrhal
vir a. caution n.'.i .- - -
flammaUin. p-ot-.f t the nienibrnn d linitiu of the
bead f.'vm additional ro'.ls, completely hi-als the
nr. u and restores the retire of tsulo and Kir.nl 1.
Bencrliii rc-rtiH nra rcalla d by a lW;p)ica-
A0niOOL-GII TKKATMF.XT WUA. Cl IfKI
Crvatu Hilm ha "ained an cnvlnhle ec'iiutation
wber- vur kuown ; displacing all other "reparation,
bend forclrra'ar cont'H'Inif full Itilormatlon and
reliable tftlmonlal. Hv mail, prepaid W CfiiH
a Pickax' ftamp rufiilvd. Sold by 1! wholc
iale nd r.'talld'tigif!tf-.
KI.Y'S C K HA M HA1 M f'O.. "wego. .
i i.,.. S.a.li,u i.r,ilniii !r 14 I M V S in
eK atsa v A week niadi' at nome Dy 'In indna
ll i 1 L ltrinna. Heat tuniueM now liufi r the
tnbllc Capital tint needed. We
f'll I Zjwlll "rt yu- J,cu- "';n. '')'
Sf7 Rnd Kirl wanted evervben to work
fortia. Sowi the time. You ran
work In pr'c time, or give our whole time to the
bufiineM. No other haflnei-a will pay ynu nenrly
an well No nr.ecan fHil to make enormun pay,
byengagelngatoncK. C'oatly outlltand t'rm free
Money made fat. eally, and honorably. Addreff
TKL'li CO.. Aneuctn. maine
NOT Alt Y I'UJiLlC.
OFFK'E-With U. n. Candee, City National
U. J. E. 8TR0SG,
128 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAI'OU, ELECTUO YAPOR and MKDICATKD
A lady In attendance.
K, W. C. JOCtfLYN,
UKKICB Klghth (street, near Oomoerelal Avenue
U. E VV. W1HTL0CK,
0noNo. 138 Commercial Avenae, between
Ket-fs and Nit ,v Htro"'
JAI. B. SMITH.
KUBRRT A. BKlTll.
Grand Central Store.
JJHW YORK STORE,
WIIOTaESALE AND RETAIL
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TKK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. FAT1KH & CO.,
Oor.NineteauthatrMtl ClUvO 111.
Cooimerclal Avenaa r VttUVa ill
if'DPsn n i
M 'Umi . ..mt W la V ' m
CAIRO. DAILY :
JJaaffalk. Iiatfkn liri1ltTtlIIV 1 ll "
A Murderer Hanged bv a
Mob in Central Mis
souri, Tardy Justice Unbearable-Conflagration
In Barnum's Show
IlKltMANN. Mo., .lime ft. Th exelfe
meiit of lut.1 niiilnlirlii wm not tiiii'n cli'tl.
aa u nitnor viu ciiciiliilvil at hIiouI dusk,
that it inn!) vsh oruni.iiiK In lit'' sottllii rit
pari of f.H-ciiiimlc c.ciiinty to come to tlii
pliice uii-l lvnch Whitni'V, the inunlcrer of
yoiiitK lltircliufd. I'm to (hut time it liittl
been Miied ihat lit' '' ilmiitvr wna nti
altenit'inl jx It - h ruk t )' the jirl!oner'
frii-nda to ri'MMiii Mm. :ia du re sva nineti
(llKiiliKfui'tlon on licarlnt' that M rae hud
ironc nter o I he Fall term.
The inol va eompnacd probitlily of fiinn
pr of the two fotinllei n.itned, iiml jn-r-liun
mine ftllzuni nf I lertiinun . No effort
at eoiitealntenl wm itllelliptfd. none of ihn
Ivnt'lierK wearln iuhkUh. They did lh-!r
work bv the Hifht of u Imitern. Itevuln i
were ilfkpliived 'it men detitllarl for trtiitnl
dtitv. Inn tliere Vn an alein'e nf the u-ttti-
ti:-l (ls'r. Swiftly mid r-tlotit ly the inon
ai teil in their work of remrdyluK I In law "a
di'lur. It Imil liecn Ihonjiht all alons lli-'t
a P 'IhI elon of tin court wmild I e held
tottvtle t'eiij rrado. nn'l when It v.i
km wt Mf.tii'.iiy that the i-e h :d hern laid
over to the renlnr fall term, (he Mimuhler
Inir lire of veiigeaiiee 1 r'ike
out afiikh. and the eitleiiK
to ' (if lav in their own hand..
It w i i-t midnight when Hi crowd
mm .ii n:tlt d llu jail mid drm.'iiidi il Ihe
pr.--oiur. The Jailer rcltiM-d. H" w
tlii'ii told to remain ouiet, iiml liic two
fiiarde :tln. AVlth iixe", lieiim. and tone
the tlonr n hattered III. Uhiliiey l.i.cw
what the aonnd tneniit, and hi eravrn
pirit It t ntit lt fer In lneo!irn nt sit
teitHd at imyer. When ht cell wa
reuehed lie ' found cro'iehcd nn the
oor, trenihllinf a if In an
akue. He w:ih drH(.'geit to Die
jail tlnor, when T wa j.larcd
around hl neck hv reailv hund. "I'on't
riaiu' Mm here'.' "alii a eoimiiandin.'
voice. "Let tno prav," cried the treinl.
linif wretch. "Ye, let him pra, he
nt-cda t." aaid aomn one. The rope wit
taken from hl neck and piit around M
waUt. In adijolnted. wild manner, with
trenihliD lip, the doomed uiun prayed a
only men in Mich peril cno pray, "('nine
TOt' HAVK PHAVrt) KXOl till !"
nalil several Tolcen. The rope had hi t n
panaed through the crowd and a iil k Jerk
l.rotiifhl him to hlnfert. Tbt-n the mod
tarted townrda the edifo "f the town,. A
d en mvn with revolvern warned ttie eitl
1 ti not to follow. Tlie molt with the
trembilnir, pleadinsr wretch. pacd from
the town Into th thick wood to the aouth.
where, the rope wa thrown over a tree,
and lit a lew mlnntea younR ItuiTliard'a
nitirder wa avnruren. ' ' ' -
Wh t Uie wood waa reached a dozen
roaaka I men were met, to whom the prht
oner w ia handed otrer. He waa aketl If he
had not thing to aav. He then ald that hi
real name waa Ktfher. and not Whitney:
that hl pnrenta lived In Tlritinla. He said
ho did not know whether he had killed
Biireha-d or not; that he fired five
al ot and hi partner about l but many,
wl.oie nam", he aald, waa Collier ami hi
ratenta formernllv resided In thla county,
le xald he would like to live uh long m
poitile. htit If blH time had come he wu
ready. He then ahook hand with part of
moli, blddliitc them uood-hve. after which
be aa tn n to a tie dylniz (fame, and
novcr fllnchtm:. The mob heinc ntiried
that lie waa dead dipered. The
aherlff then took rhitnre of tho (load
murderer, and broiiKht him to town.
I' I re ! Barumu'e Show.
C'hicaoo. June A. The main tent of
Harmtm't circuit took fire at 2 o'clock Oil
niornlntr. The oircua waa exhIMtinu In
tit IJHe P.ni; park. The fire eonMimed
the main t-nt and the dree and jinrn
phenmlia It contained. The animal were
In another tent on the lnlde of theKrotinda
and were not Injured. There wu no loa
When the alarm was turned In the de
partment repoiidfld quickly, tint before
any engine were brought Into action the
deatructton of the main tent wuh complete.
Several atreama played on the blaze and
mceeeded In preventing a spread of the
fire to the adjultdnir canva. under which
were the caea of tho wild beust. Tho
flames ran tiptbe eanvna to the ccnterpoles
in a twlnklinif, unit it uorneoua aoeno wua
preaented on the lako front for n
tow minute, Sllchlgan avenue for
block belli? as llabt aa (lay, wbllo the
ghlppinjr Myitis In the harbor waa clearly
outlined. The tint In the harhor added
to the tiproar by the Inoeanant icrcuiu
lng of their whlatlei while the :unvua and
guy ropes were being destroyed. The
center pole wera precipitated to the
ground, cruahing the private boxea and
currying the tire In among the reserved
aeats, entailing their almost complete de
atnjction. The night watchman In charge
of the atable tenia waa npprlaed In time to
enable the bottler to lead out all the
horaei quietly. The wild animals had all
been locked up (or the night and na they
could not aee tbe Hitmen tbey were in no
unite panto stricken, although the atnell of
arooke appeared to excite some of them.
The actual property lo is eatlmatcd at
$15,000 or $18, fH) with no Insurance, but
the Interruption of tbe performance may
noccssurlly increase the amount very con
ilderably to the showmen. The cunvnss
destroyed eovcred tlx acres of ground and
ia claimed to be the larget single one in the
world. The management bad a
duplicate on hand and In the event
tbe costumes are not entirely deatrovad ex
pect to throw the show open again this ev
He IHdiTI Like l be IMiotournpha.
Dayton, Ohio, June 6. A beautiful
young brunotte of this city, is mourning
her folly, which has Influenced her mil
ancd suddenly to start fur the lakes. Some
months ago she had soma photograph tak
en by a lady photographer, In wulcli tho
bust was bated In Imitation of classic
works. Sulietuciitly alio was pictured In
drapery. Tho other dav she, ordered an
othor half do.en of the draped negative and
her lover whs sent for them. He took the
liberty to look at them lu the studio, but
suddenly dropped thetn, Ha looked at the
photographer, then at the pictures on the
floor, turned red as a boiled lobster, then
grabbed them up without a word and
rushed off. The photographer had taken a
half-dozen from the bare bust negative.
Tbe young lady got her pictures, but by
mail, and the phntngrnnher got a
warming from a mud girl. The wedding la
A Whiahey llnrder.
Cincinnati, Jut S. Chus. Daumgart
ner, while drunk In a snloon
of Julius Katx, this morning, ra
fuaed to drink. Ha attacked Katx'
daughter with an Ice plok, whereupon Katx
abut him tn tbe abdomen. Baunignrt
ner la la tt hospital lu dangerous eoudl
haiku, luhimnv, uuinsuat M(mNJN(tf JUNE 6, 1883.
Jkffkkhon City, June 5. Krom th
report of the Kail road CuuimUslmiert, loot
to bo published, the following (acta are ob
tained; Tbe aumber of aew railway com
panies organized in the Mate during tho
yi'ur is twelve; lallst of new road complet
ed, (ll; number f counties having rail
road, ninety-eight; miles nf road at the
clone of the year, 4, &"l ; number uf inhtih
ItanU per mile of road. .VHJ; ctoks earnings
forlt year, $27,.Vi4.KVi; avcrugo earnings
per mile gross. 41,); average earnings
per mile net, rJ.ltiH. The report ghee a
detailed account of every complaint mad
concerning rates and transportation, and
the coiTepoudcnce conceriiiuir the Hevler
strike. It also contains a general review
of railroad legislation in this and other
stale, and include a letter from Judge
Cooley, of Michigan, on this subject.
A Itemilon t llso Itlue wntl Jray.
eT'itiNtiUKi.n, Mo., June S. The reun
ion of the t nion and Confederate survivors
of the tint i If of Wilson's Creek in this city
in Au'ii.-t will be un event of much Inter
est. The following gentlemen have been
appointed a a Committee on Arrange
ment: Hon. II. E. Havens, Major J. C.
Hiran, John bcliiuook, Cuplain . M.
Jotie, Cvrus M. Kveraol; Colonel Y. 8.
Jon-, c'.loticl J. I. Tracjr, Judge W. F.
tiei-.'er, Major I). C. Kennedy, Colonel II.
K. I'tdliiw. Cuptain W. S. Johnson, Kalph
Walker and T. K. O'Day.
A Fulfil fthot.
ScitAXTOX. l'a., June .1. Lat nlgb
Jame lieiiiiiban and Daniel Watcrple
had an u'lercalion, (luring which the
latter ran into a house where be was
boarding, procured a gun and fatally shot
Ilenulhaii in the breast. Wa'.ersplel was
Ckhar It trips, I".. Juno 6. The
(irimd Mannic Ludgc of the State opened
iurepalar stinual oes.loti here to-day,
with several hundred visiting members of
i he cr.tft.
Interesting Developments in the Hill In
vestigation A Mail Contract Decision.
Wasihnoio.v, June 5. The Hill Inves
tigation was it Mimed. Thomas, counel
for Hill, ohjected to the chargi; tiled v
Miircli, upon the ground that thev are hot
Hpecitic una derJiilte, w hereupon Coleman,
counjcl lor Mtirch, Mibmlttcd a spveitic
charge that In J7T II1II cntereil Into certain
contract uliicli were gio.sly unfair to the
goYernmeiit, In that he agreed to pav
certain contractor far lu exce of the real
value of tbe materials ftirnUbeil, and the
work to be performed. In support of this
charge Wm. ii. teinmcU. a New
York export, was called lo tetify
relative to tbe coiiatrtictioli of tilt
public building at Philadelphia. He ex
plained to the committee the difference be
tween ipiurry dimensions and net iliinen
lun, the furmer being tbe cuMc dimen
hloti o: toiie a taken from the quarrv,
and tbe cubic dimendon based upon tlio
aoace which the stone will occupy in the
huildliiL'. Mt inmetz ulalcd that In making
contract it was the cutom to stipulate the
ditiit n:on. In the cae of the Philadel
phia Imlldlng Hill had contracted for quar
rv diineni(in, and In this way compelled
the (loei nuiciit to pay greatly lit excess of
the market value of tbe atone actmlly used.
He further tcatllted he. had made com
pulatioita from the plans furnished him
I'V the aicblleet ollice of tlio
l'liiladelidila liuildliijf of the actual
coat o. aevvrul atones, and the
market value of the same tacd upou
their true or net dimensions. He instances
as examples, explaining from drawing,
one xtoiia which cost the Government .Sv,
contract price being $W in eVces of the
true value of the stone, and another cost
ing the Government 41211, where tho actnal
cot, alloaying lifty per cent, protit to the
contractor, -hould nave been hut JK0, the
excess paid bv the Government In this in
stance being 73. Melnmetz stated that If
time wus followed Mm. be could, by com
piling each stone, uow the aggregate
amount (inld by the Government for Btone
used lu thl building in excess of it mar
ket value. Mr. Colemcn slated to the
committee that it was the pur
pose of the prosecution In
the cae of this Philadelphia
building to show that the amount of money
whlcii the government through Hill's con
tracts bad been compelled lo pay In excesi
of tbe market value of the material used,
that the computations were necessarily
slow, and that further time would be re
quired before going on with the Investi
gation. After some consultation between
the committee ami conne It. wus agreed
that Meinmetz suouitt mi' mil hi citicuia
tlons for six stones In each course, and they
should be taken as un average for the whole
Thomas, for the defence, gave notice
that they would ak the committee to sum
mon every witness mentioned In tbe papers
for ttie prosecution, ami wouiu insist upon
tno rigm to cross-examine tnem.
Adjourned till Monday next.
An Iiiiporlfttif Decision.
Wasiusoton, Juno 8. Judge Law-
rence. firt comutrollerof the treasury, has
given an opinion in the matter of the right
or lue i tun una rorinern uauway com
pany to payment for services rendered In
carrying malls for the United States. He
holds as follow:
1, The act of March 3, '78, gives no right
to anv officer or tuo covernmnnt to with
hold from a railway company which did
not receive aid lu subsidy bonds of the
I. tilled Mutes, the payment or comi)iia
tloti earned bv it in (tarrying the mails,
even thouuh such company Is "con
trolled" by a bond subsidized railway
'1. Neither the so-culled "Tbiirmati
Act, " Muy U, 187, nor the act of March 3,
lsitu, glvi any authority lo withhold stioli
eotnttensntlon from the ralKvuv com nun v
which received no aid In subsidy bonds of
him t lined Mines,
il. The statutes relating to the bond sub
shllary of the 1'iiclHo Halfway Company do
not repeal or in any manner interfere wiiu
inn Htiuuics civing jurisiiiciioti lo the ac
counting olllcer of the Treasury depart
4. Tim I'tiib and Northwestern It. It.
Company Is entitled to payment from the
I 'tilted Slates for its service In carrying
the mulls or the I niteit Mates in pursuance
of the regulations of tho I'nst ollice depart
ment. This dlcNIon llmtlly determine In
favor of the ruclllo Railroad Com
panies tho long pending ooiitrovery n
their right to receive Ipayment In cah for
mall services to the igovernmeiit on llrasetl
or nou-subsldled portions of the respective
The Mtilflrhnrffs 'annon.
Wahhinuton, June S. dipt. Samuel
Tally, an ex-imval olllcer of Great Hrllttiln,
says of tno inultlchante cannon : "It Is a
truly wonderful gun, and will, In my opin
ion, work a revolution In naval warfare.
Why, those li'sls tire all sufllcletit to show
tho possibilities of ihe future with the now
cannon, Knglmid'a millions of dollars
which have been expended In building
heavily armored vessels of war Is a colossal
waste, An American mulllidinrge cannon
mounted on an ordinary mud-scow can
sink the Iron-clad Terror In half an hour,
Therefore, my friend t'uele 8am Ims got
the drop on the whole world with hi now
and queer-looking cannon."
Wamiinoto.v, D. C June I.
In the star-route trial Merrick entered lnl
a long explanation nf the laws bearing un
conspiracies, and quoted legal decision
In support of hi declaration that the etiarg
In the traseut cat had ben fully (slab.
Fifty-thre Perioni Roasted Alive-German
Soldier Pardoned -Cablegrams.
EMU I, A MO.
London'. .lime . 'iim i.iu nrsvnut
orrupt practicea at elections, v""fld 'tB
aecuiiu reading III the COIUIUfill last
I.riviiosr It. ..n a i: il..
............ mixn ir, ii-iiik niiiiuc ai
rived at Rirmlugham v.terdav, after
avowing he was an American Fenian, and
while practicing with a revolver in an open
court st a tavern, wa taken to court this
morning. It transpired that. Minvtue had
been (Linking heavily, and when the state
ment were made anil he was arrested wus
under the lufliieiie of ,luor. Aline for
Inebriety was imposed by Ihe court.
Pslll. .Time R Tl, XI
the Cliiuee representative at Paris, Lon
don and St. Petersburg, und who repre
onteil China at tbo coronation of the Czar,
ha b. i fl Interviewed nt Moscow. He said
diplomatic relation between France and
China would certainly ceae If the forme.
operated in t utttitiin without having pre-
vloll-.lv aiTiillL'eil with Chin. Un i.l,I hu
doubted whether the tuilon to I'ekln of
irlcon, the new freneli representative,
would succeed, as he would offer even leas
reasonable terms than contained in the in
adequate treaty offered bv Jtotirce.
the retiring repseeniativ. It was
poslble, be said. ( hlim would not act di
rectly, but the situation might het'omn dan
gerous, owinar to the existence of a Chinese
War IlUl'IV. ("Illlla hurl lleelilurl to nr.
nl.e the 'treaty of 'Hi In regard to tbo
toenin t, iitna, ana even ttmt or 'J4. pro
vided thut France Intervened In Toiuuln
affairs solely at the request of China's va-
sel. the Kin" of A 1111:1111. 11ml ll.u, llm In.
tervenlion would not be reirarded bv
France as rendering vote. China's su.e
rainity of Annum. Even if China remained
neutral, Franc would probably have lo
nut1 e, in order to Insure her success in
Tnnotlin. sacrifice ten times irreatio- tl.uo
she seemed to anticipate.
RK.m.lN.June (lilicial information ha
been received from Gutcln that the Em-
peror William will arrive there in the latter
part of July, will remain three week, and
will receive a vlit from the Emperor Fran
cis Joseph, of Austria.
Bkki.in. June ft. The North German
Gazette denies that ltismarck consulted the
Judicial authority in relation to the involu
tion of the Federal treatv with a view of
abolishing tbe Reichstag.
RKltt.ix, JuneS. One hundred and forty-three
soldier, stationed at Poen, were
accidentally poisoned. The condition of
the men is dangerous.
TUB mav LAWH.
Bkhmn. June . The bill modifying
the May liws has been prepared, ii is
somewnitt extended, but Its provision are
in subktunce that tbe savinif of sacrament
are to be allowed in consideration of the
recognition of the modified rule in regard
to tbe duty of giving notice of church ap
pointments to the government, The mea
sure will be Introduced in tbe l.uni'.tair to
It Is stated Prince Risiiiurck has deter
mined to dissolve tbe Reichstag- if be be
able to form a quorum to-dy for tbe pur
pose of debating the budget.
, ... . AOl'TH AFRICA.
1 ROASTED At.IVB.
London. Juno 5. Advices received
from Sierra Leone, under date of Mae 24.
state that fifty persons were roasted alive
for witchcraft In tbe Sherhro district.
Dks Moines, Iowa, June 6. The strik
ing coal minors have compromised, and re
sumed work to-day. The bricklayer went
nut Monday, because the bosses would
not let thei'n "knock off' at 0 o'clock,
Saturday, and pay them for a full day's
work. ' ' '
New Vokk, June fi. The convention
of trade unions In this city, Hrooklvn and
Jersey City, held a large meeting Monday
night to agitate the vuestlon of u "Satur
dav halMiollday." A strike to attain that
object was promptly voted down, but, each
organization was enjoined to use Its bet re
sources to gain the holiday,
Belleville. III., June ft. A satisfac
tory solution of the mining troubles seems
us far removed as ever. The arbitration
meeting yesterday afternoon was attended
by a full 'delegation of miners, but only
seven orerator were present. The min
eis admit that it is useless to attempt a
compromise without tbe machine opera
tors: but the prospects . of
the latter coming in are grow
ing )e every day. Machinery
for the squlpinent of two moro mines Is bo
ing maduin Belleville, and In the next two
weeks the number of machine mtnea will
be increased to fifteen. As the machine
operators will not under any circumstance
entertain proposals from tbo striker It is
evldcut that the latter must either resume
work in tbe hand-worked mine at such
prices ss tho owners may agree to
pay or seek other employment.
Doctor Id Council,
Ci.KVKi.ANP, Junes. The thirty-fourth
annual meeting of the American Medical
Association began to-day In Case Hall,
about l.iNsi distinguished physicians from
all purls nf the country attending. Gun.
Ed. S. Meyer delivered an elegant address
of welcome. Tho programme of the ses
sion, liicludina entertainments, wus read,
and lr. John L. Atlec, of Pennsylvania,
delivered the annual address, consisting
largely of reminiscence of hli early tnedlcad
life, liavlng graduated sixty-threo year
The afternoon was devoted to the consid
eration of medical and surgical topics. The
members nre divided Into seven sections,
inMIng In different halls for specific
THE OHIO MKPICsl. CONVENTION'.
Cleveland, (., June A.-Tbe Ohio
State Medicul Association met tills morn
ing and heard the annual address by Presi
dent C. P. I.undon. It transacted a small
amount of routine business, and adjourned
to meet with the American Medical Asso
ciation. Ilutler NiiMlMluetl-Aiiother Maagv
ItomoN, Juno 6. Tim Supreme court
has decided that the veto of the I'nlon
Safety Dnpnait bill Is valid hccall It vas
written by tho Governor and signed when
h was In tho state, and was aftcrwurd sent
In by a niosseuger under his direction.
The taut that it was transmitted when he
was out of the state I held to bo Imma
terial as long a the official act was per
formed within the stale In a proper man
ner, and neither be nor the Lieutenant
Governor ever disavowed thai net. Gov,
Butler fsrnt a mon-o to the Legislature
tld afternoon, In which ha says he will
allow the bills appropriating money for the
various slate charitable Institution to be
come law without his slgnaturo, because
further contention would he useless, lie,
howoTcr.protust against the reckless was'e
of money which would result from the pas
augu of these bills, and claims that these
Institutions ciin be conducted at greatly
Tbe Roe! Maker.
Cincinnati, June ft. -The boolmakere
have gou to work on an agreement to re
clove their old rate, and hereuftorlf elth
er party desire to abiing the rate of
wage be must give the othsr a nolle of
two uionlts prior to the ! ef tbe mm
. mi i , , , ,
Two Hnatlrcd Armed Me HmmIIm
WAVimr, I., Juoe 8. To notorlou'
Barber brothers, outlawed by reason
their murder of Deputy Sheriff Mheppsrd,
of Fayette county, la., last riypieinber,
and for other crimes, and for whose cap
ture $a,uoo roward la offered In Illinois sad
$1,000 in this stale, were discovered near
Sumner Monday afternoon. Deputy Sher
iff A. il. J trvls and a party attempted
their capture and Jurvls wa 'wounded In
the shoulder by the outlaw. An armed
body of 2011 men Is now scouring tbe coun
try for them, and tnelr capture seem as
sured. Judge Kruin' Wnnreahoiit.
St. I. m is. June a, -Concerning the
whereabouts of Chester II . Ki'tiui rumors
are numerous, but no certain infi.niiutloii
has been received. One gcullciu in slates
persistently that lie saw liuu in Sun Fran
cisco, another Jut a positively that he saw
hint in New York, while the Cliieaii Tri
bune asserts thut he Is in Chicago. His
friends cling to tbe theory thut be ha
gone to Europe.
Alton, III.. June .V Wcslev Wulcli,
colored, who was arrested on a charge of
murdering lios and Ih-Pugli lu Rocky
Fork, has hcen released, the evidence be
ing to slight lo hold him. Two while men,
"wHoliYe .between this city and Godfrey,
are under u.p1ern. and if tho itlew devul
Opes they mav In; nrreted In a few dav.
Nearly . (SHi In reward are now offered
for the arrest nnd conviction of the inur
rirer4 and Interest in the case doe not
Mis Dm in n Itisiul Worse.
TaYLkKV tl.I.K. III., June o. Mis
Einma ISoud is lu worse condition than
ever. It Is probulile her death will result
in the four men being freed, who are un
der indictment for the ttrrlblti assault on
her. (me of them, i.ou iVui. 1 awaiting
on Miss Allto Hill, whose father (John
Hill) committed suicide on some months
ago on account of her Intimacy with l'eitl.
a alleged by Mr. Hill In her testimony at
the coroner's inqtiet.
New Yoiik, June S. -l he one hundred
and second annual communication of the
lirand Lodge of the ht iteof New York, K.
A. M., opened this afternoon In the Ma
sonic Temple, with tbe anelent and
iinpiessive ceremonies of the craft. The
grand officers, past grand olticers
and delegates numbered nearly a thousand,
representing over 7Hii lodge and up
wards of rfiffWO Master Masons in good
!tiriiliitr Itaok Bursrlnr.
ItocKrottr, Mo., June .'. O.i Saturday
night burglars broke into tho Rock-port
bunk, but were unable, to effect uu on
truuue to the bank vault. Leaving in dis
gust at their ill success thev stole a pair of
horses and a buggy from A. K. Wyatt and
made their escape In a skiff down the
river. The buggy and hores were recov
ered. Oitkera are In hot pursuit of the
A Fatal Runaway.
T'ltOV. V. Y.. mil A Tiilu tnrtrnlnir
Mr. and Mrs. Maxon. of N'-tw VorK, their
sou and niece, having completed their v.i
satlou at Brunswick, started with the dri
ver of the wagon for Troy. Entering the
city, the horses ran away, the wagon was
overturned, and Mrs. Muxou's head wa
so terribly crushed that she cannot recover
and the tour other were seriously Injured.
The Drought In Virginia.
Lynchburg, Va., June 8. The
drought in this section renlled in Incalcu'
labia damage. Information from the
Southwest represents uu alarming state of
affairs, the cattle raisers having to pur
chase food for thulr stock. Tho pastures
are all dried up. Th crop are suffering
greatly from want of rain.
a. o. r. w.
Buffalo. June 6. The Supreme
Lodge of the Ancient Order of I nlted
Workmen convened this morning. Win.
H. Baxter, of Detroit, raspnndod to the
address of welcome. The session Is se
cret. Tbe at tendance Is large and Include
delegates from all parts of the country
from Oregon to Massachusetts.
CATTLE Steady; exports $VarJ 80;
good to choice shipping ifl OOrrft) W; com
mon tn fair 5 OOftoW.
HOGS Active on packing and' shipping
account Sc higher; light ft.V7SS; mixed
packing $o.V37 00; heavy packing and
snipping ;oi7 i
II DOS Dull and unchanged; buyers
off for concessions and prices In their fuvor.
Lights W 70; medium weight) IbCd
0fu; good heavies Vi 80O) 87X ; butcher
$0 7.V(i)7; skips and cull $5r7tXl 'JS.
SHEEP Snoired; Common to nin
lium i'i 2f(S8 50; fair to good $'l W
at 60; prime $4 03 00; Texan fair
a good i'l SOfrii 80. Lamb wanted t
ilbOm per bead.
WIIKAT-Hlgber, closing ut $1 11 H
June;l 13; Julv; 1 18(31 August;
1 KV.WV September; 1 10 1 October;
$1 11 vear.
COliN-Weuker at June, 67
July, It'S-, August; 89 September; 81H
OATS Higher at 40 June; 3t V July;
33. August; 8Ps year,
ar. i.ot: in.
WIIF.AT-Hlgher. closing at $1
June; IPJU'July; 121 August; tli'J'.
September; 124H October; jl
CORN Irregular; 81 June; 8:1 ' rt V
July; 61 V August; M'i .September; 47f
OATSWcaker; 40 June; 40 July; M'(
WHK.VT-Juiih $1 a.').; July 11 211 V ;
August fl iWt; SepleiuberH 2, .'' ; Octo
ber f .
CORN June mi; July LA; August
07: September iw'.
OATS inly 4 'a ; Augu'. 4iS; Sep
gember ifi'i. '
Country 1'rmltiee, Me.
Ill'iTER -Choice to fancy ereumery at
I7WIS; dairy ut ICiJHI for choice and fun.
ev; fair to good l-'Wll; common KCnlo,
Near-by packed alinosi unsalable; mar
ket glutted with common slock, and re
ceipt continuing liberal; ipmle common
at 4frfil, fair at 'W, und the best at
EtiGS sieadv but iilllet at 14lo.
I.I YE POCLTRY-Bntler, but althoush
offerings were light, they were fully eipial
to the demand. Sulci: Huns M IVrf.H SO,
mixed 'J 7SrriU, and cocks U WrdJ 80.
(Springs Choice large at if i nOditl, medium
ledl r)mf small 76cfl 28.
LEAD-tiufet and unchanged at $4 l'JK
for rellncd and t'tieiu'cal, $4 18 for re
CotMlry market shade lower. Good
mixed American wh mt off const declined
0. Spot wheat .lull and easier: No. II
spring lis Udi No. 8 spring 8s lid; Western
winter lis Id. California wheat declined
Id, Western corn llrm and easier at n
7i. Demand from United Kingdom
nd Coutlneut not much tUlaf in Wheal
and nosstrai fr eore, i ., . ,
That's a common expres
sion and has a world of
meaning. How much suf
fering is summed up in it.
The .singular thing about
it is, that pain in the back
is occasioned by so many
things. May be caused by
kidney disease, liver com
plaint, consumption, cold,
nervous debility, &c.
Whatever the cause, don't
neglect it. Something is
wrong and needs prompt
attention. No medicine haa
yet been discovered that
will so quickly and surely
cure such diseases t as
Brown's Iron Bitters, and
it does this by commencing
at the foundation, and mak
ing the blood pure and rich.
I.ogansport, Ind. Dee. I, 1880.
For a long time I hava been a
sulfcrer from stomach and kidney
disease. My appetite was very poor
and the very small amount I did Mt
disagreed with me. 1 waa annoyed
very much from non-retention of
urine. I tried many remedies with
, no success, until I used Brown'
Iron Bitters, bince I used that my
stomach does not bother me any.
My appetite is limply immense. Mr
kidney trouble is no more, and my
general health ia such, that I feel
Tike a new man. After the use of
lirown'i Iron Bitten for one month,
1 have gained twenty pounds ia
weight. O. B. Sasosnt,
Leading physicians and
clergymen use and recom
mend Brown's Iron Bit
ters. It ha3 cured others
suffering as you are, and it
will cure you,
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