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THE CAIRO DAILY MTT1OTTN.
CAIRO, MX1N01H, WEDNESDAY MORNING, ,1UNK 20. 11583.
A IIouanhoM Artlcln fur Uuiversal
Tor Hearltit and
Poi, Measles, anil
all Contagion Diseases. Pervm. ailing un
th Sirk khould me it freely. Soil'.! Fever lias
never lieen kniwn lo tprr.l where llie Hiwl wat
uerl. Yellow Fever h been l ured with ll after
blank vcimil lial taken ilace. The wor.t
caet of iJiplillicria yield lu it.
Fi-Vfred.m! Sick l'r. SM.WX-I'OX
( rrfrethol and
llml Mures prevent
1'ITTINO of Smart
ed by b.itinnj with
Impure Air iiiuHu
A in. inlicr iif my fam
ily W4H taken with
larialt-tt and pm.d.. I,
Fir Horn Throat it u a
Sm.il! -ui. 1 used the
Fluid : llit uutienl wit
li' t deliri'mt, w nut
pitted, and wil about
the home again in three
week, and no other
I hid ll. -J W. Pak.
VitT Fronted I eel,
t hHlliiK. etc.
Hft White :uilI- ;
toriii tecureu tiy at iik.
Hlilp l"ever prevented.
To purify the Itreath,
leant the Teeth,
It can t be turtiued.
Catarrh relieved and
Ituriiarehevedinujiilly. The phy,iciam here
Hear prevented. ,t 1ltrby, llmi nrf
Jatr'ij 1"! i iucfully in the treat
Wmiiida healed rapidly. ' ,,, ,,f i ,,,hil,.i.
1 c... .
An Antidote) for A nun I
or Vegetable Poiaum,
I ute.l the Fluid during
our present aflliui.n Willi
Scarlet Fever itli de
cided advantage. It it
tndupen '.ie to the tick
room. Wit. F. Sand
mm, Eyrie, Ala.
Tetter dried up.
( holera prevented.
1'lrers purified and
Id case of Death it
thould be used about
the corpte it will
prevent any unpleaa
The eminent Phy.
, alrlan, J. MA WON
! RIMS, M. I Now
York, ty: " I am
com lined Prof llarbyt
1'rophyla' tic Fluid it a
1 valuable disinfectant."
Yanderbilt L'liiveraity, Naahvllle, Tumi,
I testify to the mint e. client u,iuliliet of Prof.
Darbyt I'r iphylai.nc Fluid. At a ditinfer.unt and
deferent it u both theoretically and practically
tupeiior to any preparation with which 1 am ac
quainted N. T. Lurtus, Prjf Cbemntry.
Darliyt fluid In IteroinmeiHleri by
II ri ALriNiHK II. SiarHKKt, of lienrnia;
Kev. Chas. F. Dubmi, Li V., Church of the
fctran-ert, N. Y.;
Io. I.iCiNTk, Columbia Fnf ,1,'iiivertity.S.C.
Kev. A. J. lUriLM, I'rif , M-rccr Univertily;
Kev. F. I'imcs, li.thop M K. Church.
INIHSI'KNSAHI.K TO KVKKY HOME,
i'erfrctly harmleta. I'veil internilly or
ettrrnaily tor Man or Hcait.
The rluid ht lcn thoroui;lily tcttct, and we
have abundant evidm. e that it hat done everything
here claiiiird f ir fulh-r information get of your
Jnigg'tt pimpnl't or tend to Hie proprietor,
f. II. ZKILI.H & CO..
Mam:faituriirf ChemiiH. Plill.ADKLPHIA.
OKKIfR-Wlth II. H. I'andw, City Naliotial
JJK. J. K. STKONO,
123 Ctiinnicrt inl Ave, Cairo, 111.
VAPUIl. EI.EJTK'J VAl'OII isn MKIIICATKU
A lady in t'.U'Odsnce.
jK W. C. .KK'KLYN,
D EN TI ST.
OKKK'K- R iil tH Ktr.-pii nrr Cmt- tf'.' nit
H. E W. WHITI.OOK,
Omul-No. ii Cumraerela) Avr.n. 'iitwier,
fh i arid NU M'-,
Jtl. B aaiTil.
(MueitT a ' a Tit
Grand Central Store.
DKA l.EKS IN
HA1KO. - ILL.
J"KNV YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
The Largest Variety Stocfc
IN Til y- CMTV.
(iOODS SOLD VERY CLOSK
O. O. J 'ATI KM & CO..
c-'; Cairo, III.
N. B. Thistlewooil & Rro.
(RMN SACKS and IRVINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
Ciiiro. - - - Illinois
Mantilnrturor ond Doalcr In
mh Btfff i, bolwci'ii Com'l Avn. u4 l.nve.
CUOKE BORINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMU.NIT10N.
ifl Hajalted, All KUdt ot Key Mad.
Important Testimony in the
Mrs. Mary Clemmer Ames Married.
The Captive Indians-Business
Uncertainties in New York
and Chicago, Etc.
. VVamiiim,mi., .1 line 1!). -'i hr Mill in
veila iii ii'iiiiinii ii o rii inimoJ thU
llloniiiir' jii I (ii iii i.il liMinin U u.ti rrnai-
fluiniiifil a follow : "li uu nhullltl l ike
ulii; in .in ruin m: jioI UH' V i I'1 u
l.lllll. It'll r:ll vWlirll I'lllra llllili'l' till! fill-
rsn-t Hii'iiili tin' ii'iti liuilili.i', iui'1 lli.il
UllH' atlnlll.l lit' ll PI.V UlU Oil): Will) II
KliNtt tli'iil of Mirfarr i.tit In1.'', wniilil it ii'd
abow, I'liiiijiitri'it with it iniitlltM' 1'itif, :in
I'ltri'MiVI! flit I Which WO'llll l)M lltlll'l' llJl!l
rent lli.ui ri hi "
)l wtmlil nut In- niilili: to colli'iir a
Iftelvt Mun pi aali'i' whi lt H 'iliriil tiiurh
lalior to miom' ll, mid cmi ti v dollar. o r
fool, with 4 Mihill ftuiii' ifiiiiriii' lint ,i I i t -lie
kurfit'-c iMillliiu' co-Un' nut Imlf no
illll "Uul thai la what the rollll .i :l c tilt
Witney -"Tlii-ii all 1 tiavf tot.iy is I tin t
Ihirc ivh nut lunch ti'iiM' in i-1 1 i:ii it con
1 rci . ' '
Tlioinai alutrtl ilmt oiii! i l' liniil in t!i
cu.iti arl !! ruiliii-,' and (iit .siii was lti
extreme lovt 1. 1 n i: I n liii'it ro'l'.'ll ot.iiiu
a ulitmieij 1 1 v the crtillti 111. Ill"
ilffenee n i'hft I't .i"v that tlii mn'
ioikciii fin it liime Init ial contrai t (hi ( ut
I 'li'liian said Wtiilo it may lie m
fai Uuii tin; (iltli ie Id learn Ihal the .
ernuient In ruie tiihtiiinx' (llil tint tti tt r
ihrutiKh a eoiitraet, it is ecitninly itiiprnii r
to utlllllt Ihal the i;i)Vi lllllli llt eonlll leenm.
peine a limine; emur hIoi lay tnak
In It Knottier cniitiHi'l with hint tiiiunlt
whiehthe Koveiiiinelit niu i he tlio lu
or." TbomH Jillt It hypothetical ijtieytiull,
biwed on the a-iiinpUnti t hat a eert tin
number of days wcr riUireil under the
fifteen per cvtit conlntet to cut certain tmit)
nntl elicited thin reply: "I would not take
tb word nf any aculptor or slone-cniter
who had been working utiiler
a fifteen per cent, contract. It wouhl
not he a aafe eatlniate to bate a contrai l
Thomas "Suiipoi he couldn't help
Coletuan "Then I would gn building
awav and be done with it. ' '
The witneaa insiattnl that hi esllmnte of
the cost of cutting none for the 1'hlludel
pbia butldlnic wi an exceedingly liberal
Coleman wished to extend tbe inquiry to
oootracta fur Uie pul'lic building at I!o--ton,
M. l.oult aud ( Kucinnati, tint Tliotnai
Immediately objected to troiuc
Into another branch of lm -il.'.itHiii
until tbe l'biladelphia lint d ti a di--poaed
of . C'oletuau aitid it uoulil not lie
fair to take tbo rbiladelphla em trict at a
criterion for the otl er, for they were total
ly different. He had looked oer the con
tract fur the M. l.oiii und Clnciiinati
l)Uil(ltnic. and aa a lawyer muM admit ho
bad never een so much cheek dixplayed
except iu tbe amount of feet taken by Ihf
t'oveinnieut rouimel In the ) ur
rouu? t-Btea. The prosecution
propoM-d lo show not one fraud hut
cores, and ayatenutic plundering of the
L'Gverutiicut in the eretion of puMic
hutldltiK'- He liaid in the cane of the M.
Lout con tract ii it can he bon the con
tractor were already pettlusr a jrreater
price for rouch atone tbau li market value,
and (till in making modi tied contract the
fame executive allowance were made for
dreaalnc Htunc. Tbe pro u ition exvected
to prove that V),nt.lo wei e l aiaed ai.d u.eil
In WahingVn to ti x thce contractu in thi
Intereatt of the contractor. It would he
uneleaa to prove tliit fact utile the proc
cutlon he lirt permitted lo how that the
covernnient differed hv the exeeutlon of
Washington, .Juue in. (,en. Brady
i ame Into the C iniinnl court room this
morning for the purpose of furnihine hail
for hla Appearance to answer the ch.iri;ei
contained in the iDdictrnent.t charging him
with receiving money while he was iecoiul
aUUnt poKtmaater general, an a connlder
ation for increatlntr certain Star Kotite mail
aerviee. .ludjie Wylie aid the verdict In
tbt trial Just ended would probable he a
auffielent reason for a vacating of the bond
Kiven bv Ueneral Brady in that caR. The
original Indictment remained, hut a he tin
denttood it was nearly Identical with that
recently disponed of, he thouzht It should
be abandoned. Ker aaid tbe government
did not propose trying that indictment, and
if the court thought it should he dimised
be would not object. A Merrick was not
present, however, he aked any Action In
that matter be postponed uutir.'atuiday.
t rook't Apache.
Washinotos, Juno 1'.). Secretary of tun
Interior Teller repeat his instructions to
the Indian agent at San Curios to refuse
to reeelve Ocn. Crock'e 400 or WK) In
dian prisoners. The agent says t bo pres
ence of the renegade warriors on thn reser
vation would dissatisfy friendly Indians,
excite distrust among tbe aett litis and add
to the already long list of Indian utrocitles
in that section. What is to be done with
the captives? The refusal to provide for
them on the reservation has alreudr ciiused
runners to desert, who havo taken the news
to hostiles wulting nenr the Mexican line
for tei nis of surrender. Of course they will
not come in now, and us there Is about '.'no
of them fresh trouble is feared. The oil
man out there the Indians are afraid of Is
Crook, ami it would he well to follow his
judgment In dealing with them.
f'ol Mine ruin fmivciillttn.
riTTSHfi 0, June 10. The convention of
coal miners filled for Ihe purpose, of organ
iring a Mate association met here this iii.nu.
lug and elected K. C. Campbell, of I'itt
burg, president, und Klchartl Ihtvis. of Imi
bouis, secretary. The representation Is
very Mna.ll, only eighteen ilelcgntes hrliifr,
Warhikoton, June 11. The President
appointed the following cadets at lurgc to
West rolnt military academy ( Manning J.
Logan. Illinois, son of Gen. Logan; An
drew C'urilii tuay, Pennsylvunla, and
Plerrepont Islnim. Illinois, with Itnhert A.
Kmmett, New York, atidSumuel D. Hatch,
WiSHtsoTos, Juno 10. Tho superin
tendent or the railway mall service re
ceived to-day a dispatch from Grafton, W.
Va., slating that train No, 3, on the Balti
more mid Ohio mad, leaving Grafton for
Baltimore Monday evening, was wrecked
even miles west of 0 ration, and the postal
car badly broknu. lb wtatoro mall li 8
A Frouilueot I.atly Msrrldd.
Washi.n(ito.n, June 19. Mrs. Mary
Clemner, who for twenty years has written
letters far the press from this city, was
married here to-day to Mr. Kdmtind Hud
son. They siarlsd for New York Immedi
ately afterward, and will sail for Kugland
to-morrow, to remain Until late In the
autumn, Mr. Hudson has attained high
rank here as a most successful Journalist,
and Is one of the best and strongest pnni.uil
writers among Washington correspond' ' ts.
He is tin i h Iff proprietor, as well a the
cdllorof the Army und vy Register, .mil
is correspondent for Ihe Boston Herald. A
close friendship between Mrs. Cleiiiner
and himself has existed for several years.
A ITIIIOI'S KI'IHIIIIR
In the history of divorce eases, was that, of
Mrs. Clemner, and her husband. Mr. Ames,
who were divorced In Hi.). It was man
aged purely as a business transaction and by
mutual consent. He obtained the divorce
at Harper's Kerry, Wei Virginia, where
he then resided, mukinx certain letters he
bsd from her the grounds for It. In
speaking of ll a jear later lo a friend of
both, be said: "I thought It would make
Mary happier lo be free, und as I have hI
ways studied happiness I gave her her
freedom.'1 As there was uo children the
matter was easilr arranged. He used
regularly to call upon her when he visited
Wssbingtoti after the divorce, and
often consulted her. He even discussed
with her his proposed marriage to another
lady before proposing to the lady in
question. He ha now been married' sev
eral years. lie has alnce lived in tne
CiiK'Atio, June Hi. Wheat suffered a
decline In this narket this morning, owing
to tbe very heavy offering, and resulted in
a temporary decline of 1 (. lo 2 cents per
bushel. It was afterwards Irurntd that
this was occasioned by M'rs. Nichols A
Co., who have been on the bull side of the
market, closing out the deals. Humor fol
lowed tint the firm, which is rated as nn
exceptionally strong one had
failed. This was afterwatds
conclusively denied. Mr. Nichols in peron
making the' announcement on 'Change th at
the firm hail closed out its deals and was
ready to meet all demands. The effect of
the s'tati merit was such a to immediately
improve tbe lone of the market.
Peck & Boucher, who have been dealing
in lard, suspended this morning. Their
troubles are supposed to be due to the re
cent collapse in the market.
P.vi:ks A (').
M. !?. Nichols A- Co. are authority for the
statement thut tbe rumored troubles of
Parks & Co. at New York, who represented
the Chicago tirin in the metropolis and the
consequent fear that tbe knowledge of that
fact would precipitate a heavy call for mar
gins, caused them to close out their deals on
tho Chicago board In as rapid order as pos
sible, which was done. They Intimate, that
the Parks failure was not due to any action
A Mnbborn Woman.
Nbw Yokk, June Id. In the Central
Police Oftice at noon, a cab-driver made
his way to Superintendent Walling, ami
said: "I 've a woman in my cab aud she
won't get out. .She hailed me at 5:30
o'clock this morning, and made me drive
bcr to nearly every hotel In town, but
none of tbem would take her in. She
drank at nearly every one of tbem and is
now sittinu in tbe cab otiile oulet." In
Jefferson Police Court she said that bcr
busband wu a manufacturer of mineral
waters aud that she lived with her father.
bbe had been drinking heavily for three
weeks. Mie quarreled wttn ner iatner anil
left home. She was committed on a
charge of Intoxication. Her hair waa gold
en, she wore a fashionably made black
dress aud seemed to be about thirty years
Another, Heavy Fallnre,
Nmv York, June If). R. Ii. Parks A
Co. have just announced their suspension
to the stock exchange, owing to the fail
ure of M. S. Nichols A Co., of Chicago.
The suspension Is only temporary. A
statement is refused and no particulars aro
THR ( At'8R.
It is stated on the street that the failure
of Parks A Co. Is due to the fact that M.
S. Nichols & Co. threw out drafts of tho
former to the extent of HO, 000. Parij A
Co. claim to have a balance to their credit
at Chicago of $75, (JW. At the Stock Ex
change l.Oof) shares of stock, including
Jersey Central, I'nion Pacific, Louisvillo
and Na-hvile, Wabash preforred and Rock
Island were closed under the rule for the
account of Parks A Co.
An Attempted nnrtler.
Cincinnati, June 19. John Rufty an
Sunday last found his brother Fred In aa
abandoned saloon in Kenton, Ohio, with
his throat cut. He was Mill breathing and
partly conscious. Wm. Hall a
late partner of the wounded man,
has been arrested. Rufty, It is said, told
his mother that Hall cut bis throat ami
then clubbed him. His condition ii crit
ical. Rallollna- for a Nenalor.
CoNCoitn, N. H.. June 1!). The first
ballot in the senate to-day for United State
senator resulted us follows: Rollins, 10;
Harry Bingham, 6; J. W. Patterson, 2;
A. V. Stevens, 2; J. V. Rriggs, 1; Oilman
Marstoti. 1; Williams l.add. 1. The senttto
to-day, by l.'l to 10, decided to elect but ono
I' tilted States senator this session.
A ratal Fall.
Whitkiiai.l, N. Y Jntio 19. While
moving u car at slope No. 2, of the Henry
Iron Ore Company's bed at Mincville, N.
, this m irning, a platform gave wav and
fell about fifty feet, killing Conrad Wins
low and Etlward Lyons, and severely In
juring Pat risk Hogun.
Attacked a Colored Detective.
C'ATI.KTTSBl'ltO, Ivy., Juno 1!). After
Cabell, tho colored detective, bad conclud
ed his testimony Monday ami was leaving
the court hoiise he was attacked bv a party
of colored men anil shot In the fog. Tho
marshal Interfered and saved his life. No
arrests were made
Nrbednla ol Assignment.
Nkw York. June 19. The schedule tit
assignment for the benefit of creditors by
Max Llllentb.il, tobacco dealers, Water
street, to Mover A tierbueh, was Hied to
day. Liabilities fc8.lisx; nominal assets
$.'3(1,052; actual assets $10,(190.
A Fatal Blow.
Indi ANAroi.is. Iud., June 19. A sc.
rlous affray occurred late Mondav night
between a man named Dumpfy and John
Toiulln. The latter was struck over the
head with a piece of cord-wood and prob
ably fatally injured.
A Kecelver Appointed.
Chicago. Juno 19. John R. Uensley
has been appointed receiver for the broker's
firm of McGooch, Kverlngham A Co., and
all settlements will necessarily he mado
John Devojr Nenteneed.
Nkw York. June 19. John Devoy, edi
tor of the Irish Nation, convicted yestcrdav
ot libeling August Belmont, was sentenced
to sixty days' liuyratouuieut in tbe vculuu
Tbe Hating Rivera.
St, Louts, Juno 1.-The aspect, of the
Father of Waters as be sweeps under the
river arches is decidedly angrtr. Tho cur
rent la very swift, anlt great trees anil logs
are being carried by In large numbers. Only
one of tho brideo arches on tho levee re
mains dry, and through Ihn others the water
is rushing with the swiftness of a mill
race. Very few of thn bouts at the leven
have comf fete gangway communication with
t.irra Hrnia, and in drawing good lo sotnn
of them the horses nrc standing belly-deep
in water ny me time they reach the point of
I lie superintendent of the si. Louis ami
St. H'ltul Packet Company 'siii l that as far
ajbe hsd heard there wa no prospect of the
Mississippi tuKitig a hand In the noii, rp
at Louisiana the river wa fulling, mid
there was no prospect of a risn in the Illi
nois river, lie had no detinito knowledge
as to the Missouri lierond what vvat already
known, hut he did lint seem to anlu ltiate
any such rise of water hern as hsd been
predicted by some,
I ne lowlands noitti und south of i:at St.
Louis are completely tiiumlateil. ntanv of
the house containing nearly two feet of
water. ahk u creek hits broken lis banks
in several places, but a yet ba done llitle
damage. The cellar tn F.it St. Louis arc
all full and In some of the rt sld'ticet in tbe
main part of the city the water I oozing
through the lower Honrs. The tract of
land betwoen Kast St. Louis and the col
ored villsjro of Brook'vn is two feel under
AT J K HP Kit SON CUV.
jF.Kr-r.nsoN City, June 1!. The Mis
souri river is rising and bus been out of its
banks since, yesterday, rears are ex
pressed that at no distant day this treach
erous stream will engulf the bottom laud
on the Calloway county side. And these
fears are not entirely groundless. Kver
since the oldest inhabitant settled here
(sonic fifty years ago) Ihe river has been
cutting in on the Calloway counlv
side. State Treasurer Chappell, bad
a farm of acres washed into 'he river not
long since, ami house, that were at one
time half amile from the iiank of the river
are now within a few vartls of it. 'I he gov-
eminent has expended crnidershle money
In trying to remedy this serious danger,
but so far little or no benefit has been
derived. This land I all very valuable.
ranging in price from V to JIiMi per acre,
and, as might easily he supposed, its
owners are very loth to see it go in the
Mlaapari State Board ol Health.
Jkhfkkson City, Mo., dune 19. f'ov.
Crittenden sent the follow :g to tho
secretary of state: "The following phy
sicians have been appointed n members of
the state hoard of health, to whom com
missions will be Issued on the'Jlof July;
Dm. E. H. Gregory, W. E. Conner md 1'.
I). Yost, all of St. Louis, Henry K. Hue
ford, of Kaunas City, Geo. M. Cox, of
sprtngneld. J. C. Hcainc, of iiii'iniiuii,
and Geo. T. Bartlelt. of Pnpl.tr Bluff.
Ir, Yost belongs to tne Eclectic school and
Ir. Cox to the Homeiepathiu.
All of the remuinder ar9 regulars.
The act to establish Ibe state hoard of
hnult, rinpfl tint irn irtfii pffni't Mil
til the 2d of July, and for this rea-
on no commissions will tie issued oetore mis
Eloped with Ills Rrotber'a Wile.
Milwaukee, June 19. The police are
looking for C. G. Synold, who eloped Mon
day with tbe wife of his brother Ernest.
They lived at Menomonee, Mich., on a
f trin. but C. G. Synold persuaded Ernest
to sell his place and start for Portland,
Oregon. They arrived here Saturday and
the brothers went on a little spree, w hen C.
ti. Synold got possession of Ernest's
p : j-;-"ok containing and no ami
Mr jr.rnest Synold disappeared. It seems
that Ernest had not seen his brother for
tw-mv years, until a short time ago,
they having separated In Germany when
THE MINISTERIAL MURDERER.
Latest Developements as to the Homi
cideThe Young Lady's
New Oki.kans, June IS. Several addi
tional facts catne out to-day in reference to
the Mansfield homicide which resulted in
the shooting of the Rev. J. Lane Borden by
Rev. Ben. Jenkins, Jt., notwithstanding
tbe efforts to hush up rertalti circumstances
connected with the affair. Previous to the
shooting Borden und Jenkins were thn
dearest of friends, the latter looking up to
Borden with reverence, having Joined the
church and entered the Methodist ministry
mainly through the luiter's influence, The
cause of the shooting was tho seduction by
Borden of a young lady of great accomplish
ment and beauty, only seventeen yenrs
of age, the daughter of a prom
inent and wealthy sugar planter of Rapids
parish, and who was engaged to be married
to young Jenkins. This young lady wa an
inmate last year of the Mansfield Female
college, over which Borden presided, and
In which institution also Jenkins' sisters
were being educated. On Wednesday eve
ning the college closed with thn usual com
mencement exercises, in which this voting
lady look a prominent part. It' was
noticed at the time that Borden was much
agitated, but no attention was paid to It,
nor to his farewell speech, a very singular
one, about the discipline of lovo in the
Instruction of young ladies. Young Jen
kins, who had been present, at thn com
mencement, started back Thursday to his
church at Robllene by the New Orleans
K.tCORTIM) litis FIANCKK
part of Ihe way to her home. When he
spoke to her of their approaching marriage,
alio burst Into tears and told him a horrible
story of her ruin. Borden had devoted
himself to her seduction and step by step
he bad lured her on to ruin, She could ma
marry him hnraiisn she was no longer a
pure virtuous woman, 'lb.' young una
seemed crazed by this Information. He
staggered from the car ul the first station
he reached, mounted the first returning
train, aud arrived at Mansfield Friday. He
refused to consult with anyone about the
mailer, and did not breathe a
word of hla trouble to anvone. His
relatives were astonlshiid, even
frightened, at his sudden
return ami hla wild, pain, haggsrd appear
ance, but ho rofiised to explain anything or
tell them anything, on Saturday morn
ing cunio thn tragedy, Borden was speak
ing to Ned Jenkins, brother of his slaver,
In front of bis father's store, when lien
Jcnklu's issued from the store, drew a
Smith A Wesson revolver, and fired,
wounding Borden, but not seriously. The
Istter lied, ran Into a neighboring store,
with Jenkins close behind him aud still
firing, and through tho back door. A shot
from tho revolver struck Borden in
the leg and he fell near the door.
Jenkins then advanced close to where the
wounded man lay and fired a final shot,
which took effect tn hla forehead, blowing
his brains out. During all ttls shooting
Jenkins wu heard to say nothing, but Bor
den orlad as he fell from tbe wound In bis
leg, ffnen Jenktna approached to kill him,
"My God I I didn't do It." Borden was
thirty-five yean of age. He was a married
mau ana loaves a wile ma several cniiaren.
Jenkins it eyerv where spokeo of a a yoani
mau genii and noble, and of Um poml
FOREIGN NEWS. y
Demand tor a New Constitution In Frinct
-Victoria Hall Victims 202 '
8i'NiKRi,ANi. June 19. The number of
deaths 'roni the catastrophe, at Victoria hall
nas now readied Wi.
London, June 19. The secretary of the
committee to place a bust of Longfellow in
Westminster uuhoy has presented to the
American :ommlttce five hundred letters
from persons of note who subscribed to
ward the expense of a bust to be kept In
some public, institution In Nev England as
a testimonial of the high esteem In which
thn pont was held by the best minds of
thk arctic r.x ri.oitK.it.
The steamer Sophia, with Prof. Nor
dank)olil and his Arctic expedition, arrived
at Reykjavik, Iceland, on June ti. The
parly Intended to start for Greenland on the
Lontiow, June 19. The Standard' cor
respondent at Rome says: "Ilerr Von
Schloeger, the German represeiiUtivn at the
Vatican, had an interview with Cardinal
Jacobin, pupal secretary of slate, with a
view to Induce Ihe Apostolic court lo accept
the bill now before tho Prussian diet. Car
dinal Jacobin accepted what was good In
the but as a useful concession, lut declined
to consider tbe measure as a sufficient base
for definitive accord.
A COMMISSION ON IRISH AFFAIRS.
I'omk, June 19. The publication of the
documents relative to Ireland causod some
difference in the Curia. A special commis
sion was appointed, which tn the future
will examine all Irish questions.
Paris. June 19. Admiral Pierre In adi
pttch from Tamatlve. Madagascar, dated
June l.'t, announces that bo presented an ul
timatum to tbe nova government, which
wa rejected. He then o iptured Tamatlve
and destroyed Roule Point, Mohambo and
Tenerlvc. The French, he says, are firmly
established In these positions, without suf
feiiiv.' any loss of men. The principal op
erations re finished and a state of siege has
Paris, June 10. At a meeting of 1,800
socialists in Mont Martre last uigbl a reso
lotion was passed demanding a revision of
La Llberlle says that the negotiations be
tween France and England in relation to
the abolition of capitulations In Tunis have
had a satisfactory result, England agreeing
to give a right of asylum In her consulate.
Panama, Juno 19, via Galveston. An
encounter took place at Morope, Peru, on
thclluth, between 200 perfectoral troops
and .'100 Montoneros, a large number of
whom were unarmed. 1 he 0ut lasted five
hours. The perfectoral ttoops were vic
torious. The Montoncrous lost two officers
ami twenty-five men. The perfcotoral side
had fourteen killed, Including MaJ. Cor
rea. The Montoneros are being pursued.
Const antinoplk, Juue 19. - (Sen. Wal
lita '. the American minister, sent a note to
tbe Porte absolutely declining to accept the
proposed license tax on foreigners trading
tn'lurkey. This acrion of Gen. Wallace
has removed all chance of tbe snoption of
the measure, as the ambassttbort who have
already accepted only did so on condition
that the assent to it should he unanimous.
JUNE 19, 1883.
CATTLE Fairly aetlvo and firm; ex
port KVatt (10; good to choice .-,5 40(3
ft SO; common to falrW 7rfiz5 .
HoGs Fairly active; few early tales to
shipper ut .V'l0 advance. Easier, pack
ers but in:; . t"-'erday's figures. Light
Wf 40; mixed packing Wi30 heavy
packing and shipping f(l 2VaX) 50.
CATTLE Export steer.fo 90fil 15; good
to heavy do $!J oOfosJ 7ft; light to fair 15
frf.'i 40; common to medium U ftVoft 00;
fair to good Colorado $4oV) 50; southwost
$3 7ry5 00; corn-fed Texan $4 IVoUft 5U;
light to good stockers $3 tWi3 90; fair to
good feeders $4 00(a4 20; common to choice
native cows and heifers $3 OVcM 85; scalla
wags of any kind fttttfti 50.
SHEEP Common, medium and light
$2 40rtr;i 50; fair to good O Mai 00; prime
H 'ir)f(f4 60; fair to good Texans $3 760
HOGS Slow and weak; demand enly for
best Yorkers at $rt '20o3etJ 28; Light to good
Yorker Jft 90r6 25; rough mixed to good
packing fft 756i 20; heavy shippers and
good butchers 2006 40; pigs f5 6005 86;
skip and culls $5r3ft 60.
WHEAT Lower, closing at $1 06 July;
$1 ON August; $1 10O1 10 September;
M 11 t October; $1 06 vear.
CORN Lower; 64 .fitly; 54V August:
64 S September; Hh year.
OATS Irregularr, at 87K July; 81 X
August; 29'a .September; 29X year.
RYE Lower; 68S July.
WHEAT Lower; closing at $114 June;
$1 14 K I July; Augusts 18V Septcmber;l
17 October: $1 13 yoar.
CORN Lower; 4 June; 4S Julv;
60 August; ftU September; &T Octo
ber; 4l't vear.
OATS Lower; 36 Julv; "IK August,
W4TEAT-Ju1y $1 IRfc : August Jl 21:
September l 23 V ; October $1 20 V.
CORN July J ; August 04; Septem
ber ti.")1; October U7S.
OATS-July 4.1; August 39; Septem
BUTTER Choice to fancy creamery at
17(320, occuslotially a shade more Is obtained
for selection In a small way:
dairy at 14jltt for choice to fancy, and
17 for selections; fair to good lOtoU; com
mon HuJIO, Country packed dc 1 dull and
slow sale at 4(v5 for selected ; fair to good
6Vi7; common 4ftf.
EGGS Easier, aa offerings were more
liberal; sides were at Msifttlio.
LIVE POULTRY-Old chicken K light
supply, fair demand, steady at 13 0003 26
for cocks; $3AOfrf3 76, for mixed; and
$4 0001 2A for hens. Spring small and
ovurplentiful. dull and dragging; demand
only i or choice large. Quota small and
scrubby $iral 60. medium slxed$t 7602 26,
and good alied $2 7603 00. Other poul
LEAH Firm and quint.; refined U U
del; hard (chemical) 4 12.
Country market ratherdull. Weather In
England cool. Good mixed American oft
coast and mixed American corn to arriv
declined 3d. Calliornla wheat off coast
declined 3d. California wheat to arriv
deollned 6d. Spot wheat dull and easier.
No. i spring P Id; No.S tprtnjr 8 Id:
Western winter 9 Id; Wtrn corn dull
at 5 2d. Demand from United
ftlngdoni and CootliMot dull for wheat and
is given by using Brown's
Iron Bitters. In the
Winter it strengthens and
warms the system; in the
Spring it enriches the blood
and conquers disease; in the
Summer it gives tone to the
nerves and digestive organs;
in the Fall it enables the
system to stand the shock
of sudden changes.
In no way can disease be
so surely prevented as by
keeping the system in per
fect condition. Brown's
Iron Bitters ensures per
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changing seasons, it disarms
the danger from impure
water and miasmatic air,
and it prevents Consump
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H. S7 Berlin, Esq., of the
well-known firm of H. S.
Berlin & Co., Attorneys, Le
Droit Building, Washing
ton, D. C, writes, Dec. 5th,
188 1 :
Gtntltmen : I take pleas
ure in stating that I have used
Brown's Iron Bitters for ma
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caused by overwork, with
Beware of imitations.
Ask for Brown's Iron Bit
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it. Don't be imposed on
with something recom
mended as "just as good."
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by the Brown Chemical Co.
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