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PA IRQ. ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNINO, JULY 1, 1883
A Household ArtUU for Universal .
L BstiWiij rot Scarlet and
I Eradicates rj,,,,"'ia
B Ulplitlierin, Sail.
I MALARIA, ,'ttt,0" ,Jl'rt,, ,
-- " J I'ui, Moanl, ami
all ;tnt(fl.)UP( Diabase, persons wailing on
th. Sii :lc should use it freely. Scarlet Keverliaa
never been known lo spread there the Huid
used. Ytllnw Kever liii txren cured Willi it after
black vomit hail taken place. The worst
catct of Diphtheria yield to It.
revered and Rick I'er-1 8MALL-FOX
sons refreshed nd j and
lW-d Hum preveut- , PITTINti of Small
ra by bathing with
I ill purr) Air made !
A tn:mler ofravfam- '
hanakss and tmnli:,.
lly wit taken tvith)
S n.ill po. 1 wed the .
i Fluid ; the patient wax.
I rr.t delirious, trat not
Fur Hore Throat It Ik u
for Fronted Kent,
tinted, and wai about
Chilblain., Pile. 'e '0UM! "
CiiallniCH, etc. i "
Lheuinallam cured. -, ; J.-
Hoft Wblte Cuiilrx-
lona secured hy 1U me.
' Ship Fever prevented.
To purify the Ki eatli,
Cieanne the Teeth,
it can't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
Dyaente: j cured.
Wound healed rapidly.
An A n I Idote for A nimal
or Vegetable Poisont,
I used the Fluid during
our present affliction with
ticarkl Fever with de
cided advantage. It it
Indupens ible to the lick,
room. Wm. F. Sand
id, Eyrie. Ala.
The physicians here
tue Dnrhvi Fluid very
tuu.essfulfy in the treat
ment of Diphtheria.
Tetter dried up.
I'lrera purified and
In cunea of Death it
should be used about
the corpse it will
prevent any unpleas
The eminent I'hy.
Irian, J. MARION
HIMS, M. I., New
York, says : "I am
convinced Wf Iiarbyt
I'rophyljitic Kind ii a
Vanderbllt Unlveralty, Nashville, Tenn.
1 testify to the most excellent qualities of Prof
Darbya I'rophylacnc Fluid. As a disinfectant and
determent it is both theoretic ally and practically
suri.r to any preparation with which I am ac
quainted. N. T. Linun, l'rof. Chemistry.
Iarbys Fluid I Ilecoinmended by
Hun. Alkxahiikn H. Stkkmi, of (Jeorgia:
kev. Chav F. Llaisis, D.U., UiurUt of the
Mr-angers, N. V.;
LkCoxti, Columbia, Trof .I'niversity.S.C.
Kev. A. J. F.attlk, Hrof , Mencr L'mvcrsity;
kev. (jeo. F. I'lKfci, liishop M. K. Church,
IMHSl-KNSAIU.K TO KVKKY IIOMK.
Perfectly harmless. Used internally or
eiternally for Man or Jitast.
Tlie Fluid hat Iki-ji thormhly tesic-l, and
have abuirljiit evidrn c th.it it has d'ine everything
here claimed i it full- r information net of your
iltu'.si a pamphlet or send to the proprietors,
J. if. Zi.ii.in co
Manufacturing Chenin, I'll li.AI'Kl.PUI A.
QKOliGE II. LEACH, M l),
PHYSICIAN cfc SURGEON.
Bpfclal attention paldto the Il iruei.palhlc treat
metit of nuritical diuie, and dteaei of women
and chl dren.
OFFICK On ll;h utrcet, oppuito the Pot
office. Cairo, 111
II. J. E. STRONG,
128 r,)niiiii'rcial Ave , Cairo, 111.
VAI'Oll, ELECTRO VAPOH and MEDICATED
A lady iu attendance.
QU. W. C. JOCb'LYIM,
D K NTI8T.
IJKKI' K -Kigt.lh Htrri-t. nir Cnmv t-rrlal A rat tie
R. E W. WniTLOCK,
Orrtui No. 13 Commercial Avonae, between
KrM'j and Nltitlt Htreet
Bhop on Balllday Aveiiuo, between rVurtb and
Sixth Stret'to, Cairo, Illlnoia.
tyAll kind" ol lipht and heavy bUckamlthlne,
wagou and carriage work dona In the moi-t wotlt
ruanllko manner. Horao-ahoeliiK a (penalty aud
Vf E will t Ihf ab..r wwtrd fnr any rM of Mr Complaint'
riyiptpila, Sick tlradiuha, lihllmtloa, C.nHll"D orCoitlvnint,
wa oaiinot eurt wiiii West's Vnittalil Livr l illi, wli.n Iht tllrte
lloattrt strictly enmplkd with. Tb.y trt jiurvly .(lhl, mil
Bvr fall to five salUfactlon. Bnrsr Coatel. Laritt ImlM, con
talnlug 3(1 pills, ti rents. fr isla l,y all drugKl- Bwrmr of
cotinurf.lt. anil ttnlutloni. Tht e.niiltit msnufacturrd only by
JOHN C. VVKST Cll., 11 ISI W. IMIt. li Kt., Cbktr
Vrts trial psckiyo Sunt by uisll rrtia.lou rvccii'tuf a 3 wot slattip.
Health is Wealth !
Dlt JO. C. WltHT'8 NKIIVII AND lllt.MN TllWT.
MliNT. a BiinnuitoHj iinsoifin for Hysteria. DjiM.
pre"8..fteningor the Hmi.-jW
tianity and lnd nt to nnaory, dwRy ami tU'itth,
atiuaeor tiveMtululrXonots. Juioli
une motith'a trentnietit. 1.(J a box, or aix boxet
for$S.Ui,eiitbymail proptidon rooeiptor prioo.
WIS tiUAKAXTKK MIX MOXKH
To euro any caeo. With onoh onh-r njMlvail bytij
for en boxoa. aooomttaiuwti -wnu
aenti the pnronaser our wrttteu guurnnU to ro.
fiitid the money if the treiitrnentdoeeiiotvittutit
curt. Ouarautoee utauudoulybr
IIAHRY W. SOUUH,
Dfnitgid, Cor. CommorcUl avo. 18th it,, Cairo.
a4k J.JQM. VJsJULJLVl
... - .,
A DAY'S HAPPENINGS,
The Virginia Dualists Meet
and Elam -Wounded.
Six Months' Buiiness Failure! Com
parejl With Former Years
The Tennessee Defaul
ter The HiU Case
STiTNTfiv, V., .Imie IW. Blcrne and
Klam, thu itlcliinoiid Uut'liatr, met tliU
morniiiK near Nuvv Jlope, in tills riunity.
Al the lit -t ea.i hiie of hIioIk nt-lt h-r vtaa
tout'litiil. At the Mi't'ond shot lCImn wat
nlltK'k In the upper part of the right
thl'li, itnd Bli'iiiM nrXMipetl unhurt, lllcrnn
then rvprcHniiil hiintilr a auliafluU, mill
the pui'tiin lull tht; fit-Id In opiiOHite
fl.AM IMMlKltdtHI.Y Ht ltr.
CilAiti.di isvn.i k, V,, .lune .10,
Iticnif rcprvHi'iited, It in ri iorte.d, by
yoiinc C'liHlklcy Hurt Mr. Wrlelit of Kich-
iiiiind. and hlam ly John Mit-iung una
Jiitin 1 1. I.t wia ainl son. KImiii la dulle r
oukI.v kliol llirouli the rlKht thlh. lie is
ul I In' li'ittl at N aytifnhnro and has
tt'li'ur iplicd fur his wifn. Jtlrrne JiilHsetl
t tiitiiottxvillc for Kli-'limond on tbu
li .tin .
m ii .stun, Va,, .lime 80. It Is Impossi
ble at thin timi! to culher Ihe mliiiiic dolaiU
of the dtiiil. Klam has been voiit'i:uli:d not
many mill from the acene of tlx: combat
for tjeveral daya pa-t. lie wan at the rii
denceof John I.ewia, aeon of Hon. II. .1.
lcsvi. Tue airaiiri uieiii for iln ineciiii
were inittiired In Uicbmood at the time
when Klam wan In this vicinity and Ilelrne
n w est Irifltila. home point aitout mid
way between the two ploei- wa tixed as
the' place . A change of Keeuntls was made
and the cartel as previously determined.
namelv, Colt' alxes at elirht paces, was
agreed upon. Both prinripala man
nt;i'd to evade the vigilance of
tbn authorities and at six o'rloek
this morning uirl In a strip of
woods about two mllea from VariiHbnro,
the Jniii'tion of the Sheaandoah alley and
('. X O, railroad. 'I he disiaui'. was
inarki d off, uud at the first fire neither of
the men were struck. Bclrne. the challen
ger, cletuiinded a seonnd shot, which was
granted, and a bullet from his pistol im
bedded itself In the upper part of Klam's
ripht thich. lieirne was iintoiiehed. Klau)
fell to the ground, aud lieirnc, raising his
list to hia fallen opponent, was hurried Into
a rnrrirtpe and driven rapidly away, sub
seijuentlyhe took the tram at Crinion.i.
Klsni was alto conveyed iu a ear
nn(.'c to a house near. His sur
geon attend biui. It wits found that the
tv tract ion of the ball would be ntlehdrd
with danger, and a consultation anions the
atiiKeona was held. The fact that thu ball
failed to force ilelf through la taken In eon
noetlon with the character of the weapon
used, aud the dUtauee that it came In di
rect contact wltb one of the la rue bones.
No arrests have beeu made, nor doea there
seem to ho any disposition to Institute a
legal Investigation. Klam was removed to
the realdence of John . Lew is, and bis
wife aent for.
A l'a Toantr lan'a Tronblea.
New York, Juno .'tu. Samuel stern, a
young man of good education and pleasing
address, aon of Joseph 8trrn, dealer in
clothiiifT aud clothes at No. 2.V Canal atreet,
was arrested yesterday, charired with hav
ing swindled a number of meic lanta in this
city by means of bous checks. The detex
Uvea had been Marching foryoung Stern for
evaral months, and they anally captured
him in the Bowery. The first complaint
against bint was received by the police from
Mr. Cfcarlci W Schuman, a Jeweler, at
No. 24 John street, whe reported that Stern
had purchased jewelry and diamonds from
him to the amount of $(), and had paid for
tbun wltb a check wnieh subsequently
proved to be worthless, r rom the iieserip
Ursa (riven of the swindler, in the above
caae. It was learned that .Stern was the op
erator in each caae. When arretted be was
brought to police headquarter, whore he
was Identified nv tbiee of his victim. He
niasde a full eonensiun to Inspeotor Byrnes
He said tbat bis father was the senior mem
ber of Isve Ural of Joaeph Stern fc fnn, in
wboM stare be was lupltm-d. He be'
INFATUATED -Vfl'lH A WOMAN
of bad character, and for nearly a year be
fore September lWi, be bad been stealing
from his father's store to procure money to
laviavb on her. He was la the butm of vis
itlnii hit father's stare every Sunday for
months, and carrying off with bltn a roll of
uttsto which be disposed of
through a thirl party. In
this way be Mole probably be
tween 000 and $."."" worth of crouds. In
September, Wi, he nuiirreled with his
(at bur and left bis employ, and since then
lie has had no n (riilar employment and no
permanent home. Philip 'Tobias, aged
forty-niue, of No. 84ti Bowery, whs arrest
ed last evenlnif, charged with receiving and
disposing of some of the goods stolen from
his father's store by Stern, and also por
tions of the Jewelry obtained by him on the
bogus checks. An elder brother of Stern
was sent to thu slate prison ten years ago
for grand larceny. On bis release lie Wuut
to Texan, whei e'he now lives.
A Half Yinr' failure.
Nkw YtntK, Juno ilO, The approximate
figures of the business failures over the en
tire country for tbn half ye tr ending to-day
compiled hy It. 0, Dun & Co., Indicate a
marked Increase in the number and extent
of the liabilities as compared with the cor
responding period of tho two previous
years. For the first six mouths of 1NMI the
failures were 2,HH2; fur the th'st six months
of JHS2, 3.MI-; lor tho first half of lss3,
4,(k'i7. The llablllll js show a greater In
crease, in 1HS1 tho liabilities of tho first
six months were iMo.OOu.OOU. in lSSU tbev
were M).000,0(X). I'or tho Hi st six month's
of 1S.S3 they readied itl,(XK),w)ii.
Tho Increase In the. liabilities
for tho last half year Is attributable largely
to speculative failures In the west, but even
deduction; the Indebtedness springing from
this cause, tho increase In failures nnd lia
bilities Is very marked. It is noticeable,
however, that during tho second quarter of
the year the mercantile disasters are much
less than in tho first quarter, in
which tht bulk of tho Increase occurs, so
tbat It is possible tho worst part of the
yeur baa been got over. Knuorts as to the
Dustiness ouiiuoa iroiii niiiety-seveii iraue
content indicate a more-uopvftii reeling
Ingalla' Narreaaior ftnsned,
Washing i on, June 80. -Col. Samuel B.
HolaMrd, of the quartermaster-general's
department, has been rsoommouded by
Secretary Lincoln to the president for the
sppolntment as quartermaster-general to
'succeed Gen. Ingalls, who will be plaoed on
the retired list. The appointment will In
kuade m loon m Um flftof at vsnwit.
"llL M S)ea In Court
f NAsnriux, Titf ., Juno, 80. A promi
nent lawysr of tht oily who accompanied
roe into the court room where ex-Treasurer
,Polk Is on trial, declares a doubt of David
son county furnishing twelve men qualified
to sit la the Jury box. The prisoner was
uie cynosure oi tne eyes or several iiuuureu
tpectutqrt be hobbled upon his wooden
leg anu'iooK a cuair aionnsiue tnai oi ins
leading counsel. His fuoe bespeaks an ex
ceedingly weak but never vicious cbai nc-
ler. tils full, watery-blu eyes, effrinl-
ijaH&j mouth and chin, nnd
siualf, delicately pointed nose, all indieute
him as devoid of decision orjflrmness. Ills
ruddy complexion aud piittlunss of face de
note high living, Oetplie the marked
grevuess, w hich apr ears to bs premature,
oi Hair, moustache ana Impel lal, he looks
the picture of a depeudent child leaning
upou its pareuts as he bends now and then
toward one or the other of bis vlvocalei.
The latter, Messrs. Kast, Collier and Chil
dress, are men of years, legal acumen aud
forcible determination, who will contest
every Inch of ground. The attorney-general,
Mr. Montgomery, is a brilliant young
lawyer or tinriy-uve. aud Uls assistant, Air.
Dodd, appointed by Governor Bate, scarcely
older; so, even if a Jury is obtained, the
proseetition win mm itseir jostled at every
step in the proceedings, aud the trial Is
likely to cousuine several weeks,
Only one more Juryman was obtained this
moruliii!, uiakinvr foiir all told. It is ex
treme doubtful whether the full Jury can be
secured, hut it it is done not less than three
thousand persons will have to bo sum
The Mill lavestlgsilloii.
Wabiu.noton, June 30. In the Hill in
vestigation John McArthur, architect In
charge of the Philadelphia public building,
was asked his opinion as an expert whether
It cost more to complete the Philadelphia
building under the modified coutract than
it would have cost under tho 15 per cent
contract. Objection was made, and an ar
gument ensued. Finally thu witness
was permitted to answer, anil
said the work under a modified
contract was inferior in quality to that
performed under the 15 per cent, con
tract. The witness tboucbt ten per cent, would
be a fair estimate as to superiority of
the work under ibe fifteen per cent, cou
tract. Bartlett, Kobblni 4 Co. 's case was then
taken up, and (Jen. SttnemeU resumed
tho analyst' of the charges of Bartlett,
uohiiiiis it (Jo. lor extra work upou the
New York post-office. The examination of
Stinemetz upon this branch of the case was
concluded and the eomraiuee adjourned till
Monday, when Stinemetz wlil be cross-examined.
Tave Helios;- sT'assv
Washlnoton, June 80. In the criminal
court this morning argument was heard up
on the pleas in abatement entered lu the
ease of ex-Senator Kellogg. Bliss, for the
government, raised objections in substance
that the plea was a proper matter for a mo
tion to 'iiiaslt, and not fur a plea in abate
ment. The court seemed disposed to adopt
this view. Still Wilson, counsel for Kel-lo-'K,
insisted upon a ruling upon the pleas
as submitted, reserving a right to maht the
same matter the gruund for a motionjo
quash. Argument was then beard upoifltV1
A at OfficlAl'i Nnddea Deatb.
Jolikt, III., June 30. Mr. Frank
Fellows, for many years connected with
the State Penitentiary here in a position of
high trust, died lu his home, yesterday.
He bad risen from his breakfast table and
was tying his shoe, when bis mother saw
turn fall lo tne noor on his face. v nen she
raised him tip blood was pouring from his
mouth and he hied to death from internal
hemorrhage. He was aged sixtv and un
married, was suffering with consumption,
contracted while serving In the prison. His
aired mother Is the only one of tho family
A Very Beatrtaeilve Fire,
Atchison, Kan., June 30. News hai
Just been received of a very destructive fire
which oecirred in the town of Cottonwood
Falls, Chase county. yeRterday morning.
About twenty buildings were destroyed. In
eluding every business house In tho town
except seven. I lie total lo is atiout so,-
imi, on wnicn the insurance is anout lift
is si. The tire originated in Hornbergir's
furniture store and burned tbe entire block
in which the btaf ding was situated, and
several iniuaing in aujoming blocks.
Nvtlaellasss; In Tobacco.
Nf.w York, June 30. It has been re
polled that a firm of tobacco merchants In
Philadelphia ha been guilty of using labels
of other firms for the purpose of selling In
ferior grades of tnbaeeo. The principal
sufferer has been the firm of P. Lorillord &
Co., of this citv. their tags having been
most used on plug tobacco. Proceedings
have been taken to have the practice stop
ped, nnd criminal actions will be begun in
jila Iloasea t'loalos; I p.
Pittsbi rg, Pa., June 30. The window
glass workers will all ccaso work for their
regular summer shut down of two months
The flint glass workers, with the exception
of one or two houses, will stop at the same
time for a period of six weeks. According
to s resolution aaoptsa last Saturday, tbe
plu-s houses at Steubeiivllle, Bellalr,
Wheeling and other points will close down
at the same time.
Litchfield, III., Juvo 30. A vela of
lubricating oil was struck by coal borers on
1 hursday at CO foet depth In Irv mar. thl
county. Yesterday thn owner of the land
came here and liouetit pumping machinery
ii .! nits not yet nscerutineti me extent or
boiimia, tho drill having penetrated a
vein of salt water, making it difficult
bring tho oil to tho surface.
Tht Fastest Time Tel.
CliiCAiio, III., Juno 30. Tho St. Louis
and Pittsburg railroad, of the Pan-Handle
route, has published a schedule of fast
trains between this city and New Y'ork by
way of Columbus nd Pittsburg, leaving
here at up. in., anil arriving at .New 1 oik
sit (a.m. i u in is tne fastest timeyeian
itouncea uy any or tne eastern lines.
ASHINUTON. June ;J. T in con
tlon of the treasury Is ns follows: (iold
coin and bullion. J107.rOI..Vi."i: advert nl
liars anil bullion, .illll 'Mi met. rVu,.M, mal
silver coin $28, 4KB. 71 -J; I'nlted States notes
j.n, oio, imi ; toiui M'i;i.iHD,;(,N, ortltlcstes
nuiNinmiiiitr: (iold .wuisri.lMO; stiver $
om,uii; currency is,z;o,uk..
Una It Nvtemenl.
Nkw Yokk, Juno 30. Hank slatement
Loans, Increase, $l,038,Nub; specie, In
crease, $1sVl,800; legal tenders, decrease
tW.IHKI; deposits, Increase, $1,138,500
fl 1 1 sa I 1 1 .11 ilnnhAaaii 1 1 T.U i tl at t Im
vt iyaitai iuiii srsavnna f i inj, uV rsDnciTO. IU -
crease, J6T,02o. The banks hold
$0,l),U2o In excess of tha legal require
MIk Poraoaa Drowned.
Chahlottbtown, I. E. I., June 30,
The daughter, son and daughtcr-iu-law ol
Chvs. llceves, Mrss (Jeorgeaud the Mine
Jbers were drowued In Iudlan river, I'rinoa
lid ward's Islaad lut evening by th oapsui
THE SARTORIS-BUSH SCANDAL
The Lady an Adventureit Both of tha
Parties Interviewed. .,
Chicago, June 10. Mrs. Bush, the her
olue of the Sartorls scandal, left suddeuly
for hew York last ulght. Sartorls Is repre
sented be In seclusion with friends and will
return to Ureeti Hay. His baggage Is still
at tb Palmer House. The Impression Is
general tbat tbe woman Is afclever adventur
ess and courted publicity for tbe purpose of
bringing Sartorls to terms, and that be has
had to pay dear for his acquaintance with
her. Many stories are relstttd of ber queer
conduct of prior visits to Chicago.
Interest In the scandal has been much In
creased by the curious conduct of tbe par
ties themselves. Mr. Sartorls' first state
ment was to the effect tbat he did not know
Mrs. Bush at all, that In fact ho bad never
heard of such a person. This curious state
ment was published, along with an inter
view with the ladv, In which she told bow
slie Dau known Mr. Sartorls In Lnglaod,
was well acquainted with his wife, and that
be bad orten visited ber bouae lu Milwau
kee. r. fact was a Wswesular caller. Mr.
Salons, In thl first donial, has done
mnr? to feud tbe gossip about
the matter (hail anybody else. He arrived
In Chicago on Thursday morning.
He circled around from plaoe to plane,
and, although he sent his baggage to the
Palmer house and patronized tbe wash
rooms, he did not settle anywhere detinue
ly. Then he communicated with tho
heroine of the story. Mrs. Bush remained
at the Tretnoiit house up to 10 a. m. ou tho
same day. At that hour she received a
telegram from Sartorls, and immediately
after took a coupe and was driven aw ay.
The lady returuea so soon that tl was sur
tniss J that she had been disappointed in
meeting Mr. .Sartorls, and this was con
firmed by other facts.
She refused to see anybody dufinir the
dav, but a reporter, who had followed bis
curd up to her room, bad a short talk with
ber In the afternoon. The lady was stand
ing with ber arm resting upou the door.
She was en dishabille, her dress consisting
of a lounging wrapper fitting in loose folds,
HXR WKU.-KOUNIF.l FORM
and the least bit of a ueck of alabaster
whiteness and purity. As the reporter ad
vanced she Involuutarily raised her arms iu
an tnuHion of nomaniy modesty to conceal
the slight exposure.
"Oh, " she exclaimed. "I cannot possi
bly see vou now. Please excuse tue.
"1 do hope you will parrfcm me for the
Intrusion," he replied, "but such a re
markable story was published this morn
ing from Mr. Sartorls. lie says that he
does not know you and never heard of
The lady's lace nusheu u aecp scarlet as
"1 cannot believe that Mr. Sartorls said
tbat. It is all a mistake, such a terrible
mistake. Mr. Sartorls says he does not
know Uh. no, he uever could havu ut
tered those words." Iler tones were
those of definite assurance and injured
pride. She ran on for several sentences in
the same style. "Indeed, It is a mistake.
Mr. Sartoris knows nie well. I told you
last night how I met him.
Mr. Sartoris was caught by another re
porter on tbe same afternoon. He talked
as follows, in direct contradiction to his
former statement, that he never heard of
"Been looking for rucr" said the young
Englishman, lazily. I'm not lu hiding;
my linrgatte is at tbe Palmer House'"
"The facts of the Milwaukee affair?" ho
said, echoing the question of the reporter.
"There are no facts to conceal that 1 know
"Were you a frequent visitor upon Mrs.
Bush at Milwaukee!1" asked the reporter.
"1 was a visitor," said Sartorls with ap
parent indifference. "I don't know
whether you'd call is a frequent visitor or
not. 1 'va known Mrs. Bush and her hus
band for a long while. 1 crossed the ocean
with them and with the lady's brother 3
months ago. When the lady ami her hus
band went west she stopped at Milwaukee,
while Mr. Bush wenl on to Haulstlqiie,
where he went Into the fishery business un
til he lost his money. 1 stopped off a num
ber of times at Milwaukee during my mov
ing to and fro between Ureen Bay and Chi
cago. I called upon Mrs. Bush. 1 can see
iio barm, I never knew tbe lady to bo
alone. Kither her brother or her husband
was with her."
Sr. Louis, Missouri, June 30.
The sidewalk; and a good pjrt of the street
ou the levee is now free froTu water, and
by to-morrow morning It will be possible
to walk from tbe street In upou tbe steam
boats on dry ground. Business is rapidly
assuming Its normal condition.
The relief Jotnmiltee at Venice have put
an end to supplying people with rations
whoara at all able to get along
The relief funds received at Venice so far
amount to $317. OftbU $3f baa been ex
pended and the committee hope to make
tbe balance do till Monday.
In all 103 families, numbering 411 persons,
have received aid. As inuaJ iu canes of this
kind Jealousies are beginning to make tbeir
The relief committee of Brooklyn bavo
thus far received $130. and appear to ho
doing very well on that. 'Squire Stiles,
who is the chairman of the relief committee,
Is glvinc good satisfaction In the dlstilbu
tlon of tlio provisions which be procured
for tbe funds.
Kallroad Shops VI
Car mi, III. , June 30. On account of the
quietude In railroad business the shop of
the Cairo division of tho W., St. L. & P.
railroad lias shut dowu for tbe remainder of
this month. Korty men woro temporarily
thrown out of work. Uther divisions of
V., St. LAP. have been shutting down
from one to three days' work out of the
week for tho past threo weeks, the object
being to cut the expenses down proportion
ately with the receipts.
Hei.kna, M. T., June 30.-The follow
ing telegram has been received from Fort
Asslulbuluc: "About 100 lodges of Crows
were preparing to move south, under the
leadership of Little Pine, ostensibly for the
purpose of hunting buffalo, but in reality to
steal horses and commit other depredations
In Montana. Col. Ilgis will Intercept them
and soe that their sojourn on tbls side of tbe
lino is short."
Columbia, S. C, June 30. An attach
ment of Claflln & Co., of New York against
the largo dry goods house of C. Bank
night, Kxecutor k Co., whoa failure was
announced last week, was dissolved yes
terday evening by the consent of both pur
ties. Tito house resumed business this
New Yohk, Juno 30. Mortis Green
wall of Melbourne, Australia, has conclud
ed arrangements with Mrs. Lang try for a
sixteen weeks' engagement at a weekly sal
ary of 500. She will opea in Melbourne
in July, 1884. Mrs. Langtry will sail from
San Franolsco for Australia In otiber May
or Juno next.
raiting- tho tMrtkora' Ptaoo.
Buhi.I.nqton, la., Jiiae 80. One bun
dxed legroes havs arrivtsj at the White
breast coal tallies at Ctorotaiad, lows, to lake
taf puua oi mm suwati
Great Uneasiness on Account of CKoUra
n.sMiKTTA, June . The total nu lobar
of deal lis yesti-rdny febm obolera wm om
hundred and thirteen. t
NIX MOM DZaVfBS.
Alf-Xanokia, June . The sanitary
commission appointed here ia oomposed of
consuls, doctors and enadnoers. There
were six deaths from cholera at Na asura to
day. TDK PANIC SIW8IMNO.
Alexandria, June SO. The inspection
of the fresh-water canal shows that the wa
ter is good. There Is ao epedemio here.
The panic over the cholera reports is sub
London, June 80. A Are at Alx la
Chapele yesterday destroyed twenty
houses and the root and towers of the
CHOI KK ON BOARD A BHIP.
Havrk. June 30. The steamer Kate,
from Bombay, waa obliged to remain In tbe
roads and perform quarantine with the
steamer St. Bernard, whloh arrived yester
day from the same place, with a case of
Asiatic cholera on board.
F MCI LAND.
London, June 30. In thn Commons last
night Lord Ilartlr.gtou. tbe war secre
tary, stated that every precaution has been
taken to guard the troops in Egypt against
Ai.oik.ks, Juno 30. Tho governor of Al
geria has Issued an order prohibiting the
usual pilrlmago to Mecca this year on ao
count of the cholera in Kgypt.
Girkai.tar, Juno 30. A quarantine for
three weeks has been ordered against all
vessels nrrivlnir from Egypt and Ottoman
ports on the Hed sea.
( Eft ANY.
Berlin, June 30. The health of Bis
rnitrck continues to improve. Tan jaundice
from which he has boon suffering has al
Montoomkry, Ala., June 80. The fact
that Paul Strobach, United States marshal
of this district, has Just been triumphantly
acquitted of the charges brought up against
him as unaccountably failed to reach the
press of the country. The trial excited
great Interest here, and the acquittal
was a gratifying vindication of the mar
Nkw YorhT, June 30. The schedule In
the assignment of Joseph W. Frazier, gun
dealer at BKJ Broadway, for the botlefit nf
creditors, to Theodore Shot well, has failed.
it iives inn iiaouuios at nominal
assets $119,(j4S; actual assets $103,250.
Killed Hia KH.
Padccau, Ky., June 30. Iu Oaves
county, Thursday, a roan and his son
named Tucker, quarreled ss to who should
ride a reaper. The father hroke tlv
skull nf his son with a club, and the aov
Pay tne aha InWnrssat.
Washington, June 80. Tretuurer Wv
man to-dav mailed r0,lK4 checks to pay the
$7.707.'2H Interest duo July 1 on four per
cents and on Pacific railway bonds.
Killed bjr Ilia Wlfe.
IIki.kva, M. T.. Juno 30. Henry Nier
liirisr was shot nnd killed by his divorced
w ife, Mary J. Nlerblmr, mi Saturday, on
Willow Creek, near New Chicago.
Nenalttr Aallittny ReeOTerlns;.
PitovitiRNiK, June 3 b Senator An
thony has so far recovernd as to be able
lo leave tbls afternoon for Oakland
ArcliMvtinp I'tirs-ell Better.
C'lM i . .. it. i it. iu !. A special to tbe
Times-Star from St. Martin's convent says
that Archbishop Pureed is hotter this morn
ing. THE MARKETS.
JUNE 30, 1883.
IIOOS Active and steady; 10M15o lower.
Light $.j 7.V0 30; mixed packing ft 70
6 10; heavy packing and shipping $ lura)
CATTLE Exports $3 8506 06; good to
choice shipping K 50to5 SO; common to
fair 10 off, U OdfuA 40. toilet and slow.
CATTLE Export steers i VM 10; good
to heavy do $5 X(K US; light to fair ft 90
fa." l.'i; common to medium $1 40fis4 85;
fair to good Colorado $Vaai 8; southwest
3 7.VrH 85; corn-fed Texwis $4 2066 25;
light to good stock ei-i $1 GOCsW 90; fair tu
good feeders $1 ltvH 2V oommon to choice
native cows and heifers $3 rtsVoH 85; tealla
wnixs of any klud $3 U0&3 M.
H()(iS-Kirm and hold higher;
buyers slow to take bold, but supply small:
Yorkfi $0 0f.el 15; mixed rough to good
heavy .' (WoMi 85; mixed packing $5 nOftf
Philadelphia and good butcoitrstf 90tf 20;
pigs, throw-outs, etc., $5 90ftv6 HO.
WHEAT-Hier, closing at 1 OIK July;
$103 AugtTst; $100. September;
$1 Ob October; $1 OG't Noyember; I 01 H
COILS' Higher; tQX July; 51V
August; 52W Septembor; O'iS Ooto
bor: il'i vear.
OATS Hiirher; at 33 July; 29 V
August; 20 September; 2HX year.
VIIi:T-Illgher; closing at $1 07
July; ft 07 AuKiist; l 00s September;
1 ill's OetoiMir: fl 0d a. year.
COUN Higher: V, July; 4tl
Aui-ust; 48 September; 48 a. O:to
ber; :!' vear.
t)ATS-lllgher; 31V July; 27 f August,
Bin'TEU-Creamery at l!Vm for
choice to fancy, to 22 for
selections. Unity at I.Vrel" for choice to
fancy, and 18 fur sisleetloiw; fair to good
10112: common 8tel0. Country packed
quiet at Wnii for choice fresh, fVo7 for medium
and 4W.M) for low irrade.
EUUS l.'ncbiuigiHl, with dciuaud mod
crato at i:ki for choice marks; doubtful lots
have to be sold for less.
LIVE I'OL'LTKY-Old chickens were la
light supply, good request and stoady at
VI 2T. W 5U for eocks,t 7oCM 00 for mixed,
aud $t(a4 50 for buns. Small aud niedtuia
sized springs dull and dragging at tlCa)
1 50: fair sited $1 7Wrt lb; good slsed $2 50
WX 75. Ducks nominal at MA 25.
Weather tn lCnglaiid Is fine.
Country markets are rather dull. Spot
wheat dull and Meglooted. No, 3 spring ka
Id. So. 8 spring Be Id; Western wlater
9s Id; Calif oruia deellaed Id. Western
corn quiet but stoady. Demand front
United Klafaom nnd Oaattaenl for wltoas
aud corn. .
Brown's Iron Bitters
is one of the very few tonic
medicines that are not com
posed mostly of alcohol or
whiskey, thus becoming a .
fruitful source of intemper
ance by promoting a desire
Brown's Iron Bitters
ii guaranteed to be a non
intoxicating stimulant, and
it will, in nearly every case,
take the place of all liquor, '
and at the same time abso
lutely kill the desire for
whiskey and other intoxi
Rev. G. W. Rice, editor of
the American Christian AV
vieiu, says of .Urown's Iron
Chi., O., Nov. 1 6. iSSl.
Gents : The foolish wast
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fur tcmtiorary ikoiixratiuii.
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' Of Cairo, Illinois,.
71 OUIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, JbS 1O0.O0O!
A General Banking1 I!uHlneH
TIIOS. W. ICAlaXalUarVV
iiNTElU'ltiSE SAVING HANK.
KXCLUSIVKLY A SAVINGS RANK,
THOS. W. IIAL.IalDA,
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
PROPRIETOR OF 8PROAT"8 PATENT
WholeHalo Dealer in loo.
ICF BYTHK CAR LOAD OR TON.WKI!
PACKED FOR 8IIIPPINQ
Oar Loads u Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and LeTee.