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A Household Artlvla fur l'nl7ral
JpBBBSESSESE? For Scarlet and
B EradleatM Typhoid ters,
I aWCaieS Diphtheria, 8all.
I MALARIA. :"UoTn; CI:"r"u,n
""iTiiiiT'imT' I fox, Measles, and
all Contagious Dlsnasass. Persons waiting un
the Sick should use it freely. ScatU-t f ever Im
never been known lo spread when: the Huid til
used. Yellow Fever has been cnrnl with it after
black vomit had takru place. I lie worst
Cases of Uiphthena yield to It.
Fevered and Hick I'cr. SMALL-POX
on refreshed and : and
. Hod Horn prevent- 1 FITTINU of Small
Vd M .Ij-"1!1" wuh i Vox I'HKVENTED
Impure Air made
L'J: . r.r..-
hamlets and .utilK-.i.
Fur More Throat it is a
JTor Fronted feet,
Chilblain, Pi lea,
' I'liafliiRii, ett.
Hoft White Complex
ion secured by its use.
Nhlp Fever prevented.
To purify the Ureal It,
Cleanae the Teeth,
it can't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
liurnii relieved instantly.
. Ily wus taken with)
Snail .x. I used tlie
Fluid , the patient wa
n it delirious, was not
pitted, and was about
the house again In three
weel:s, and no others
had it. -J W. 1'akk.
The physicians here
use iMrbys Fluid very
successfully in the treat
Ityneutei j cured.
Wound healed rapidly.
hctirvjr uredf ! A. Stoi.i.snvvskcic'
An Antidote for Animal Greensboro. Ala.
r. Vw. .1. m U......... i '
I used the Fluid during
our present affliction with
Scarlet Fever with de
cided advantage. It is
Indispensable to the sick
room. Wsi. K. Sand
jd, Eyrie, Ala.
Tetter dried up.
Viler purified and
In cnaea of Death It
should be used about
the cnri.se it will
prevent any unpleas
The eminent Phy.
airlau, J. M AKION
KIMS, M. I., New
York, says: " I am
convinced l'r..f Ilarhys
Vanderhllt tnlveralty, Nashville, Tenn.
i testify to the most excellent qualities of Prof.
Uirliys Prophylactic Fluid. As a disinfectant and
detergent it is both theoretkally and practically
superior to any preparation with which I am ac
quainted N. T. Lukion, Prof. Chemistry.
Darby Fluid I Keroinrueiidrd by
Hon Ai.rxNiit H. S rum ens, of Georgia :
kev. (..'has. F. Oikms, Ll.D., Church of the
Strangers, N Y.;
i.rt. I.xCini s,C,lumlu, F'r if , University, S.C.
lev. A. J lUrtis, l'r..f , Mener University;
Kev. G.i. 1. I'liiKca, Bishop M. F-. (Jlmrt.h.
I.NDISl K.NHAItl.K TO KVKHV HOMK.
Perfectly harmless. Used inienially or
externally for Man or P.east.
The Fluid has been thoroughly tested, snd we
have ab. n uiil evi.U u. e tli.it it hj done everything
here chimed. K r fulh-r inf rination get of your
l-imgijist a pamphlet or send lo ttie proprietors,
.1. II. ZKII.IN CO.,
Manufacturing Chemisis. IMI 1 LA I K I.l'tl t A .
Q.E01U.E II. LEACH, M.D.
PHYSICIAN 4t SURGEON
Special sllentloii paid to the II Hucpalhlc tresl-
mtut of surgical disusso. tad diseases of woman
and rut dren.
OKFR'K On 14ih (tr.-t, oppr.nU- tbe Pot
office, Cairo, 111.
U. J. E. STRONG,
123 Commercial Ave , Cairo, 111.
VAl'Oit. ELECTRO-VAPOlt anii MEDlCATliD
aJinlii'f I'-re J dally.
A lady lu sUeuiluuctt.
CONSULT AT i ON FREE.
R. W. C. JOCKLYN,
D K N T 1ST.
OKFN'K Blunts. Htreet nenrCumt- ereta! Avai iia
E W. WHITLOCK.
Ornoi No. 1M Commercial Avunne, batwew
Rrkt a and Nliith HtreeU
Bbop on llalllday Avenue, between tAmrth and
bixtll Htreuts, Cairo, Illlliol.
IWAI1 kind ol Unlit and beavy hlscUsmlthlnf,
wkuu and carriage work done In the niostwoik
nianllku matinur. llorse-Hhoututf a spocialty and
atlfactlou nil araii tuud .
WE will psv ts !. reward f.ir any rsn of hirer Cunplslnl'
tlyirnptla. K'e Hrsiliulia, IiiHUmiIpo, C..nitltl"H or Cotllnl,
i.:snaolcut wiui VS'nl'i Vi:tMIlr LI'" ls It. hu 0i dlrtr
tloas ar at r l 1 1 r ei.nir.llad wtih, 1 In y ti purely vouriihlt , am)
over fall to (lis lalUfarUnn. Pujar Cuslel. I.ar la.in, toll
Ulnlnit Ml pills noli. For tala hy all druil.u. IWwsra of
countarraltl ami llnlulloril. Til rimlns nianufacturvtl only by
JOHN r, WKST 4 til, ll A W, tlslll'li HI., Chkau.
area trial lasekat sanl l.y uisll urepaitlou revaU'luf a a baultuuup.
Health is Wealth !
I)B K. ('. Wkst'H
UtNT, H BimrnnUHHl
NKllTI! AND UllAlN T It RAT.
Kpecitin for HyBterin, Diczb
Vita. NervoiiN Neitrnluia,
ntvaa, t ;onvniHiou,
PrtiHtrntlon oinmeil by the iia
f)T BinollMI or loiHieuo. ";v " :" L i.;. :.. i.
oluinno. WiikernlniiHa. nietuiti wiv
nroaa till, Bortillll tr ino nraiii r. r.,.1... h
Sanity ml l.satlinK to miBcry. doony itml death,
Sun Old Am, Harronnea.. Pwet
In elthnr mt, lnvohmttiry Iaiasoa nnd HnormnU
0rrhoV- nnuiMHl byovermxertion of ll.e bruin, aolf.
SKor "vor-tn.liilKnoo. Kav;h box contnmi
wi. month' trout mettt. I:(XI ft box.or x bowl
fof5.U0,ontbynmil prep-udon nwiptnf prtca
1 K HVABAXTEK Wl BOXVM
To ouri ny ouao. With each ortler iwl wl by
.1. 1...;... .nn,,nimiii Ml with f.l.dl. WIU
eMthopuroliMerotir writttm nitiiantee to ii
fnnd th money if the trtmentUowuotofluot
A euro, UuuruutsM taeueu unur ui
HARRY W. SOIXUII.
Prungltt, Cora Cotumorclal ave. A Utb t Cairo.
Scarlet FeverB i
Sartoris Talks 'About
The Trade Dollar Trouble-
Hill's Case-Active Whit
keyites Criminal and
Wftr AgnlnM the Trasl Dollar.
Wasiiinoton, July 2. All WaahliiKton
la In umii aealiHt trade dollar. Sireel
rallvs ay voinpitiileq hme ateudily refuse J
them for ome time, and will only tuke tliem
at eijjlity-tlvaj cent. IntcrVlevvK wltb
bank oitioi'm of i' lie city allow ibat they
are not receiving ilie coins at par. 1 bf
Second National bank otlidal ny the Bunk
has never received them as leal tender,
and Villi not. The National Metrounliiun
lank .vh it will not take tliem at any
price. The National Bank of Wai-hington
aya it will not receive tbcm at all, and tbu
National Hank of (lie Jepullic ilml 11
will have to refuee to receive tliem. All
private liankers say they don't want
ihem and with one exception refuse to tak
AnsiMalit Treasurer New, iprakins of tip
trade dollar, naltl he thought it was the
duty of Congress to withdraw it from cir
culation. It was coined as a mere enn
vetiience," be said, "for ue In trade witb
China a a
HI HHI I I t i F. VOH MKXK AN HOLLARS.
whi:li hail lieen formerly Used, and
i rted it purpose. The trade dollar it in
triiisicaliy worth iia face, while tbe paper
dollar without the pledge of tiio ;ovei nmenl
would be worthlei. There were,'' he
kald,"no d reanora why the trade dollar
should not be honored by the government,
ana he hoped Conen-m would authorize it
redemption and recoinayc. M-ert-iiiry Kolj;er
said, jiiKt before leaving New York for
that the department vvaa powerless to afford
any relief. The remedy for the evil was in
the hands, of the nexi ( onuren., and the at
tention of that hod) would he called. to ths
matter at tlie next su"ion.
Treasurer Wyinan thought that some ac
tion should probably he taken hy the next
consresa authori.ii. u the redemption ai.d
recoiuuue of the trade dollar. It would pisy
the government, from a financial ataiid
point, to reeoin them, as the cost of
recuinage would be considerably less
than the aniout of silver pined is the
I he II ill lut-llKllwu.
Wa.hii.nui on, July 2. The Hill investi
gating committee rer-uuied i1 nMon to
day, and Q. n. Stideiuel continued hi;
testimony relative to the cost of the extra
work of Baitlett, Itobblna k Co. npo
tbeNewYoik pnntofhce. Coleman pro
posed to go iuto a detailed examination ot
the charged mude for thli extra work with
a view to thowing that excessive
charge bad been made and allowed.
Chairman New taid the committee would
allow half an botir in this examination, and
would then listen to testimony in the Maniy.
Cooper & Co. cae.
Coleman protected. He wax not pre
pared to gJ Into tbat subject, as be had
been given to understand tbe charges
against Bartlett, Bobbin A Co. would uu
eouaidered al length this morning.
After some discussion Gen. StinemeU
wa allowed to tentlfy. He said that l'
would have been a fair price for the
ornamental work on tbe tHir-easiin the
New York postofflce for which Bartlett,
Itobblna .t Co. charged UWO. other
tenia were scaled dov. n lu about the sauir
Jjamon.iof Boston, then took the stand to
meet Manly, Cooper t Co. 's charges. He
testified that be never offered Manly,
Cooper A Co. $4,500 or any other sum to
withdraw their bid, but a representative of
the la.st named firm did axk witness what he
would yive tbcm to withdraw their con
tract. Witness refused to make any offer,
and the conversation closed.
After some further testimony the
evidence for the United States Shutter com
pany was closed. (Jen. Stcinmeu was re
called Nollle Ursiut'a llnabitBsj Tnlksi.
Chicauo, July '2. News from Green
Bay represents that the Bush-Sartoria scan
dal has created a genuine solution tbcro.
Algernon Benton Bush was not known in
the fishing business there. Sartoris bus
spent several summers there and Is known
to everybody, and all were aware of his
regular vlxlu to Milwaukee, and of bis hav
received letters nearly every dav from the
fair charmer. Two prominent cituensof
Qreen Bay, who tailed from Liverpool a
year ao, nay tbat Mrs. Bush came in the
same tteamer. the Helvetia, under the
mime of Mrs. Sartoris, and that an elderly
British ofllcer was on terms of friendly In
Uin icy with her.
tvho is still at tbe Grand Pacific hotel here,
slates that his wife, Nellie Urant, it in
Kngliiml at his hro'.hor's. He -propoed
to remain hero until the matter has blown
over. He said: "My wife and her fami
ly will pay no attention to It at all. They
know mo 'too well. My principal regrot Is
for poor little Mrs. Bush. It is really too
bad that her name should be handled about
in this way. 1 know Mrs. Bush lust as 1
know other Indies, but her private con
cerns arc no affairo of mine. I believe her
name was Miss Blanche Melbourne of M.
Louis, but is that anything i'ainst her?
she must have bad some name, you know,
I trust tbe papers will give me s
rest . "
He acknowledged that he had loaned
Mrs. BiiHh considerable, money,
A I.nwytr M.vsfrrlotinly MUsttnsr.
Nkw Youk, July Inquiries were mailt
at police headipuarters Sunday for Informa
tion concerning Mr. Charles V. Cuss, i
lawyer of the lirm of Sliiutou A Cass, at No.
'.' Nassau street, who has not been seen
since Sal unlay ttflrrnoon. Mr, Cass is the
president of tilt Mitnt'bester Steel and Iron
C impany, of I'lttsburg, and two other
largo western corporal Ions, and it was on
business connected with them that Mr, Can a
left hi ollice Saturday iiiion to visit th
Manhattan bank unit American exc hniuii.
He was not seen alterward, and as he did
not return tit night to his own residene
at No. HT West Fifty, te?.
euth street, or that of his father n
No. 52 West I'Mfty-sevimth street, his fam
ily began to make Imiulrles for him. Ills
wife., who is stopping at Seabrlght, was
telegraphed to but she had heard nothing ol
ber husband's whereabouts. Dispatches
were sent to Philadelphia and other planet
where Mr. Cass has friends, but tip to last
evening no satisfactory answers had been
received to these telegrams. Tho missing
uiaa is a gntnu nepnew or iienerai t.ass,
of Still o under President
Nkw York. July 2. Secretary Kolger
to-day visited the sub-treasury and had a
conference with Assistant Treasurer Acton.
He said hit visit had nothing to Ue with tat
radt daliar tyietUou.
AIKO, ILLIMUIP, TUESDAY
A BiArrsm Jaror'a Hoaer.
Washington, July 3. Michael Harrt
gun, one of tbe Ur-route Jurors, contain
plates bringing tult for $20,000 against tbt
St. Loult Republican. The ground of
complaint against tbe paper It that It
charged blm with being a common drunk
ard and a disgrace to tbe star-rout jury
end tbe country, ilarrlgan, It will b re
metnbered, was tbe last man tc consent (
a verdict of acquittal. Ue It an IntellUiwoi
man, the proprlator and manager of
horse-shoeing establishment here, employ
iug a considerable force of workmen. Ht
Is of good-standlug, never allowing bit pa
per to go to protest la tbt
bank, snd priding himself upon tbt fact
that he does not drink at all. "For years,"
he said, "1 have not drank a drop ot
liquor, In fact, I do not drink anything
that will intoxicate, not even beer. Tbt
Missouri Republican and the Kansas Chief
published a scandalous story about me,
charging me wltb being a drunkard, with
being drunk in court, and making myself
a disgrace to the jury and tbe district, I
rlaim to be an honest and a sober man. I
do not drink at all and 1 felt very much
iiliis ao-ftlk is. aaiuir so sue ivopu Ol iv;aaia :
fiT lAJl f
hurt about it. I wrote lo the Republican
i si iv " i.- m ui mi iiis 'j ti iiv uwu iiVH
reason fur criticism of that nature but tbat
I was not the man. I did not say who tht
man was, but they could, of course, bavt
easily learned if they bad chosen. I
asked them respectfully to make a correc
tion of the. charge against ine and send me t
copy of the paper containing the correction,
hut they have never done so. I have been
thinking seriously of bringing suit against
them and have been advised to do so by
people.who are better able to Jililge of ths
matter than I am. " Harrigan, In an in
terview on Saturday, said tbat he had been
told by a man professing to n in tbe em
ploy of Brady, that he miuht Just as well
have had $J,XXj for his services on the Jury
as not. He also remarked that he under
stood that one of the juryman who went In
to the trial very poor, is now building hirn a
bouse, and others are going off to summer
resorts for good lime.
Fonr KxcnreloiiUI Drowned.
Batavu, N. Y. , July 2. Four persont
weri drowned to-day In the Tonawandt
creek by the overturning of a small excur
sion steamer, the Stranger, which has been
plying on the creek since June 1. The boat
Is a queerly-cohstructed craft about twenty
feet long and twelve feet wide, and was
made by the owuer, Wilbor Thorp, an en
gineer, to take excursionists up and down
the creek as far as navigable. It consisted
of two flat-bottomed friw-boats.nver which
a platform was laid, upon which about
twenty passengers could be carried. Tbe
engine snd boiler, of one and a half borse
power, was in the stern, and propelled a
paddle-wheel placed between the two flat
boats. The pilot sat lu the how, The boat
started from the Walnut street dork at
about 4 p, m. with sixteen passenger., in
cluding several ladles. The owner of tbe
boat was In charge. It went up to tht
point known as Whiskey Run. a distance of
turee miles, whf.re six or eight more pas
sengers were taken on board for the return
trip, making from twentv-thrce to twenty
five persons aboard. The Stranger then
started back and had run about half a mile
to a point just behind the residence of Prof.
A. S. Pratt, when the accident oc
curred. Only one body ba been recov
ered. riirhtliiK lllch Lionise.
Jkfkkrso.v City, July S. At 9 o'clock
this morning arguments were commeueed
in the Supreme court relative to tbe appli
cation of tho Downing high license law to
the city of St. Louis. The proceedlngi
were by mandamus to compel the city col
lector to Issue a license, which the collector
refused except under the conditions of tbe
I)owuln law. The title of the ca.se was
State ex rcl. Troll, relator, vs. Hudson,
collector of the city of St. Louis, respond
ent. Leverett Ball appeared for the re
spondent and Judge Gottscbalk and Messrs,
Smith and Krautboff for tbe relator. At l'i
o'tioik the arguments were clost J, and the
court adjourned, without taking any action
thereon until 'i p.m. to-morrow. Both
Judge Sherwood and Norton are absent.
E.MMKTT JONES OKANTKD A KTAY.
In the case of Emmett Jones, who Is un
der sentence of death in St. Louis, to ba
executed July 22. a stay of execution was
granted till the October term of court.
Tbt Wonnrled Duelist lu a Critical l'tn-
Richmond, Ya., July 2. Information
this morning from Lieut. -Gov. Lewis' retl
deuce in Rockingham couuty, where Mr
Klaui was taken after being wounded, It
that tbe wound Is much more aggravated
than at Drst reported, ana mat fciam s con
dition is critical. Tho bill struck near the
right hip, passed inward and downward
through the body and lodged In the left
thigh, passing In its cotirse very near the
bladder. Tbe ball was extracted last
Illicit Lot mid .Harder.
Alburn, N. Y., July 2. Abram Copper
noil, a rarmeror ine town or victory, was
ibot thrct timet with a large navy revolver
Sunday, by Lew Vrenoh, a young farm la
borer, who was suspected of intimacy with
Coppcrnoll's wife, Tbe cause of tht
trouble, the wife, was present at the shoot
ing, snd ordered French to tire. Both art
nnder arrest. Tho victim will die, AU
three ihot took effect In his body.
torn rart Let.
Washington, July 2. Bids for
tract! for the construction of tbt
naval crulseri were opened at tht
leparlment to-day, John Roach
lowest bidder for all four vessels.
for the Chicago. $S8!,0U0; Boston, $019,
"00; Atlanta. tol7,000; Dolphin (tht dla-
patcli bout), yiia.OOO. Contracts will bt
swarded to bim. '1 here were only four
bidders for each vessel.
Ilia Polk trial.
Nashviu.k, Tcnii., July 2. Tht tttor
noy-general will make an effort lo bavt
James Knox Polk 11111, juror No. 1 in tbt
oase of ex-Treasurer, M. T. Polk, charged
with defaulting to tho extent of H 00, 000,
removed from the Jury on account of tbt
namo of the juror and bit acuualulanct
wltb the Polk family.
Nfw York, July 2. The Delawart tnd
Hudson canal company ann jttnct tht prices
of their (Lackawanna) coal for July per ton
ss follows: Kurnaco lump, steamer lump
tnd crate, each , W.0i): egg, H.13t
stove, l-t.l'ji chestnut, $t.tiO, tnd pet,
rira lu a Oat Work.
Indianapolis, I ml,, July S.-KIre brokt
out n Richmond gits works at 10 a. m.
which threatened to destroy
works, bui the tire
tucceedr-d In confining It to
room, Tbo lost will probably
Harder Its Indiana.
STUKOIB, Aid., July 2.-Chas. Nell.
Fred. Carpenter aud Samuel Ureen ended
a drtinktn sproo Sutidav evening uy
fighting. Noll ran Into a house, vntighl
upa butoher-knlfe anl slabbed Oreen, who
died lu live minutes. Nell It la
A Murtfersjr fteaUnced.
Bra7.ii., Ind., Jul 2. -Sanders who was
convicted of murdering hi wife, was sent
enced to linprisouiuatil for life on Baturdav.
He attemuted to kill UlaMtlf bv Dulse a after
I ttutauajc, but failed.
MQBNINO. JULY 8. 1 1883
A raamllsw Cms t wit Hardar.
St York, July a.-"! dart jot to
tboot me!" exclaimed Mrt. Agues
Wynne to her husband, James, who ttood
avtr her in their furnished room, on tbt
top floor of No, W Myrtlt avtnua, Brook,
lyn, last evening. "Well, I will tboot
you," replied ber husband. Hi thert
upon discharged the weapon, t seven
barreled revolver of ilJ caliber. Mn.
Wynue was sitting In a chair by tbt win
dow with ber three-moatht old baby in
bet lap si the time, and when tbt tbol was
fiifU slit fell to the floor, without
tillering t word. A short time befort this
Mr. Wynne, while standing at the street
door, saw Thomas Walker and hu tnur
l.lzi. who reaid al No. 103
Prince street, passing. Thtv bad
been Iter Sunday school scholars, and iha
invited them in. When thev entered tht
room Wynne was Ivlng on the bed playing
with the baby. He arose trtid shook handt
Willi them. Mrs. W ynne appeared to be in
s had htinor, and her husband asked ber
what th matter was. he did not reply
he repeated the question. Sbt then
am not talking to you to-day. '
. k , . i;'
. 1 lactone
uuna "I'll snoot
taklnr th. revolver
it un hi hip pocket. hetben darod him
to do o, tuil Iih discharged the revolver as
stated The ball ent -red her left breast,
and l is stip'iosed lodged
near the heart. Her husband gazed
at lsr for a moment and I lieu hastened for a
phvsician. 1'ho police hearing of the oc
currence summoned an ambulance and
caieil her removal to the Iloiiin-pathtc hos
pital on ;uuiiierintiu street. Wynne was
ar t sled by Detective Chambers, of th
W s-hlngton street station. He said tbat be
hud been drlnkin beer during the after-
neon, and linri had a growl with his wife,
She tantalized him and ho Intended leaving
ber. He acknowledged shooting her snd
said that she had dared him to do it. At
the station-house, where the revolver with
which tbe deed was committed was laid on
thedesk, he Mil, "Oh. that wouldn't hurt
anything." Wynne and his wife are each
about nineteen years of age. They were
married about fourteen months ago, and It
is said have not lived happily together. At
lata hour last nigni Mr. Wynne was in a
very critical condition.
Bow UNO Oiikun, Mo., July 2. Tho
tun shone bright yesterday, the birds
sang merrily, and all nature combined lo
produce the Ideal of a peaceful Sabbath
day. But it was the niUet ihat fol
low! the storm. By the roadside, a mile
Iron, the town, the sun rose upon the
rhai!y spectacle of a man hanging from a
stunted walnut tree, his feet and hands
tied together, his face swollen and bis
tongue protruding. Shortly after I
o'clock yesterday morning, the town was
slaiineij by the clanger of the Methodist
Church bell, and as this is usually tbe sig
nal of tir the people came rushing from
i heir bouses to Mil in suppressing the
flames. At the public square the cause of
the alarm wa soui explained.
Mnked men were burring to and fro and
the county bill was surrounded.
The town was invaded by a
mol) of about 1H) men from Louisiana, who
4ad t-ome to alititnUrfi- summar-v niinfah.
i-tnent upon Bill McDowell, the negro who
commuted rape uoon Miss Katie Dwyer,
near Louisiana, on the morning of June 25.
Al ;be edge of town they dismounted from
their vehicles, marched to the county jail
snd demanded the keys. This ollieer in
eh'irge, seeing that rejtistt nee was useless,
opened the jail and tbe prisoner was taken
out. Mrsi, preparations were made to
hang him to a Locust tree at the corner of
the public square, but the leaders of tbe
nmb changed their notion and went over to
the neighborhood of the graveyard. There
thev were overtaken bv several leading
citizens of Bowling Green, who besought
them, if they were bent on hanging the
man, lo take him the the place
where tbe crime was commuted,
and not desecrate their
town thev agreed to do, and thev set out
for the scene of the outrage, but after. trav
eliug a mile they hung him to the shriveled
walnut tree from which the body wa
cut down by the coroner a few honri
At the cravcyard McDowell confessed
thai Istt first tried to persuade Miss Dwyer
to submit to his I M, and upon her refusal
be felled her lo the ground with a stone and
dragged her to a secluded spot. Then he
laid a rail across ber throat, deliberately
cut off her bonnet strings, with which he
lied her hands to tho rail, and so nceom
plished his purpose. Then he left her to
get help the best wty she could. He also
confessed that he attempted to commit tbe
tame ctiinc upon a laily In one of the south
western counties of the stale, and bad to
flv for Ins life.
New Voita, July 2. Judge Friedman, In
the Supreme Court, to-day gave decisions
in tbt ewes of W. S. Wllllamt aud Rufus
Hatch against the Western Union Telegrapb
Company and others. The motion In thost
eases was to vacate the Injunction and or
ders trained last December, which re
strained the payment of the dividends upon
tlo,.r.M,i..VW of stock which was declared to
have been Illegally Issued upon the defend
nits' giving bond, as authorized to tht
amendment to the code enacted by ibt last
legislature sufficient to indemnify ths
plaintiff against ar.v loss which they might
aiiin:n bv reason or the vacatingof such In
) 1 1 n 't i it . This motion was made bv ths
Weatcru I'liion company. Judge Frtedmac
deniei the motion.
tppulniad by the President.
WiSttiNiiiON, July 2. The President
mart", the following appoint menu lo-day:
Goioncl Holublrd, qtitrtr-rrnastor general,
to succeed ficnoral Ingalls, rellrtd:
William J Galbriiith, associate justice of
ih mi pre m a court of Montana; Sam
uel I Klrkwood, of Iowa, Silai B.
Dutehet, of New York, tnd Anthony
(iilkeson of New York, a com mission to ex
siuliin forty-rive miles of railroad and tele
ci",i,ih which Is being constructed by Hit
iinvon tnd California railroad company
southwardly from the clly of Roicburg, Or
goii I'll lewktbury Alin-lloaa,
Boston, July 2, In the I'cwksbury ex
amination t letter to the state board of
tieaitb was reud, tutliig that the disposal of
dead oodles was placed in the bands of
Thomas J. Marsh, Jr., from October 1!.
ICT.I, to Oeiober I, lKSJ. and that there
rre ilelived to tho medical college 6!'s
adult and ail children's bodies. Tht whole
iiiiount paid bv the college, for the service
coniiecifd wltlj 'Ills was VI, 872, of which
KiJ'ls went to the Manning for transports
lien, ViUloT. J, Hall tor assistance, tnd
VI, 7IHI to Thomas J. Marsh for personal
A MaaloUon I'oand,
Diai.iroNTAiNK. o,, July 2,-Near In
dian Creek, workmen txcavatlug, ?ai
upou t hugt tooth, a vertebra, and proba
lily a thigh bone iindouctedly belonging to a
mastodon. Tht tooth it seven luetics long,
two Inches broad aud Ave Inches lu thick -nes.
The leg bono It largtr than a large
man's arm. and dauutes thai tbe animal
must have been of great tlreuglb i'tie
bsiuat tit wtll pratarvtsl.
Th Count dt Chambord Reporter)
Dead The Cholera Spreadirtjf-
London, Julv 2. A dispatch t tht Ex
Changs telegraph company from Pari sayt
tbat t rep-rt wat put In circulation
tbtrt tblt afternoon, of the deata ot tbt
Count Dt Chambord, and that It it con
Irmed, IN CONSULT ATIOM.
Paris. Julv 2. Tbe t onne le Paris, tha
Duo D'Aumale and the Duo de Nemourt
art here In consultation, owing to the un
favorablo newt touchlug tbe condition of
the Due De Chambord.
RBI.RA8KD KROM QUARAXTIXK.
Havrk. Julv 2. The steamer St. Ber
nard and Kate, which arrived from Bombay
t few davs ago, were released from Quaran
tine. There were no cases of cholera on
hoard, at wat previously reported.
EMU LAND. ,. - " -
London, Julv 2. The bullion rone Into
the Bunk of Lngland on balance to-day was
WILL NOT ANNKX NEW ftt.'INKA.
London. July 2. In the House of Lordt
this afternoon Lord Derby, colonial secre
tary, said tha the government was not pre
pared to annex New (iulnea, owing to tht
enormous extent of territory of an un
known character in the interior, and tbe
certainty that tbe natives would object to
Ihe annexation, (sladstone made a similar
statement in tne House of Common.
RKIM.I.V. Julv 2. Tha unner bouse of tha
Prussian diet has, bv a vote of tu to if).
adopted the government church bill. Dr.
Oosler, minister of ecclesiastical affairs.
has declared that the right of nomination to
eccbislastiral benefices, was not worth con
THK HKHHIOM CI.OHK.
At a joint session of the diet. Putt Kam-
er, minister of the Interior, declared tbt
tessinn cloed, and the members dispersed
after cheering the king three times,
Alexandria. Julv 2. The number of
deaths from cholera at Damiett Sunday
was 110. There were also fourteen deatht
at Mansarat, and five from Port Slid, from
tha same disease.
Evansvii.ik. Ind., Julv 2. Tht bankt
bere refuse trade dollars, except at eighty-
nve cents. There are a few In circulation.
SYRACI.'flE. N. Y.. Julv 2. The assoola.
ted banks and bankers have resolved, tor
tbe present to refuse trade dollars.
New Youk, July 2. Win. II. Seamen.
aged twenty-four, shot and killed his sister
Fannie, aged twenty eight, and then killed
himself, at Tlirogg's uect, Westchester
county, oo Sunday. His believed he was
Very Heavy I.oaaaa,
Boston, Julv S. Late reoorts estimate
tbe lots on Ken J & Classou's shot faotory,
at South Abingdon, It J;iS,000.
New York. July 2. S. J. Taylor't
wool-fulling establishment wat burned this
morning. Loss, !0,0O0, ...
Archblabap Pnrcell Bets.
Wksthoro. O., Julv 2. The doctor
pronounces Archbishop Purcell somewhat
better than on yesterday.
BruzinEi htown, Ky., July 2. A Art
tt Nolan Saturday night duet nyi d the I ore
and nidenco of J. R. Ncighbott. Lou,
tlO.Ouu; insurance, $4,600.
JULY 2, 1883.
riOCS-Slow and weak; lOVdlSe lower.
Light t'i 7" . '. mixed packing $6 CUttf
rj I'.'i; lieaV) .ick.114 tnd tblpplug $a tK)A
CATTLK Exports $5 IbCai 00; good to
chuicit shipping $f Mdb 05; common to
fair 10 off, H 7,Vf 30. Natives 10lio
CATTLE Export steers Si 8ofiW 10; good
to heavy do W Wj light to fair $4 90
'a!) lit; common to medium $4 40rM Ho;
fair to good Colorado Woo ST; southward
fci 7,Vir4 So; corn-fed Texans $4 20136 25;
light to good atockers M (KHtfU 90; fair to
good feeders $4 0Y4 25; common to choice
native cows and heifers $3 8.FxaH 86; tcalla
wags of anv kind $3 OOYoV) 60.
UoiiS Lower and weak; hardly any In
quiry I A few sides to eity butchers at $5 50
fM i5,- but later price not obtainable.
Yorkers H O.Vtftt 1ft; mixed rotic'i to good
honvv ."' tWraK) 85; mixed packinj Ri fnVtt;
Philadelphia and good butchers $3 90f86 20;
pigs, thrnw-nuu, etc., $S 903 . 20.
SIIKEP Common, medium and light
$2 4iVri'3 50; fair to good $ Mirf4; prim
U (W I 60; fair to good Texans, $1 70O
WIIKAT-Lower, closiag at 09o July;
HIOU August; $102K September;
tl Ol'i October; 1 OoH Noyemberj 99H
""uiliN-Higbfr; 47 July; 4
Aiigu-i, 4!K September; i'JH Octo
ber: 111 vear.
OATS-Higher; at 32V July; 28S
August; 27 'a Septcitiber: 27V year.
WllltAT-Lower; closing al $1 05
July; SIOSH August; $1 07 September;
Vl m October; $1 04 a. vear.
CORS-Lower; 4HS July; 46
Atigust; 18 Soptembcr; 44 a. Octo
ber; 41 S rear.
DATs Lower; 31 W Julv; 26 August,
W!!EAT-Julvit 11.; August $1 14 V;
September M lrt"t.
CORN -July 67 ; August 60S; Septem
eer no '1
OAT!-July 40V; August M; lep
BI'TTKR-Crcainory at 18ri21 for
choice to fancy, to 22 for
selections, Dairy at liVrl7 for choice to
fancy, tnd IS for selections: fair to good
tOidia1! common StolO. Country packed
quiet at Hwii for choloc fresh, 0Yii7 for medium
tnd 4rmflc for low grade.
K(iOS-Dull, with demand rood
orats at lllc for cholnn marks; doubtful lots
buve to be sold fur less.
LIVK I'OL'LTKY-Old chlokent wera la
light tiiiilv, gootl request and steady at
Vi 25 .' 50 for cocks,;! 75ro)4 00 for mixed,
tnd Wi 60 for hens. Small and medium
tiied springs dull and dragging at $lf
t Ml fair sized $1 7oYt8 2a; good sited W 60
m 76. Ducks nominal at tUtPA 36.
No. S spring wheat off coast declined It. J
red winter wheat off Roast declined bTaWd. I
No, 2 spring wbeat dull and netrleoted 81W
Ud.; Callforula to arrlvt declined tkwWd.;
red winter wheat to arrlvo decliued Ud.ftf
Is: mixed American cora to arrive declined
8'd. Spot whaat quiet! No. 6 spring s.
Id.; No. tprlnn Ha Id; weetern iwlnUr
t. California doollaod Id. Western
com quint at fs. Id. Demand from
Uulltd Kingdom and Contiueut fur wasttl
aud con dull aud uegWcUd.
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