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No, 113 Commercial Avanua,
Bristol & Stilwell,
Keep everything pertaining to
tho lino of Stsplo and Fancy Oro
sorios, Woodenwaro, Vegetables,
Fruita, &c, tta.
One Pound will make 8
quarts soft soap.
English Breakfast Mixture
$1.00 PER POUND.
A. Horse for Salo.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL.
IN THE ' CITY.
Goods Bold Very Clos.
Ooraer 19th Bt.
and Commercial Ar
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
J7all Papor, Window GlasB, Win
aow onuues, uu.
Always on hand, the celehrnted IllutnlnaUns
Corner EUvanth Bttcet and Waahlnir-
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
a. O. ZXTTSOXalBI,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
' MANUFACTURER. .
!UUnBulUin, Ooroar Twelfth StiMt
tad JTaaMnartajn ATen,
ttOonntT sml IHlrrotrt Work n sr'""?'
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale an nelall Dealers In
Foreign and Domentio
WINES OF AIjT KI2VIIM, t
No. 60 Ohio Lcvoo,
MESSRf . SMmi A CO lure antly
Urje atock of the best wl in the mar
ket, and ie ercJal attention toll- wholenaU
ranch of tli business
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!
Wholeeals and lletall Dealer In
PURE LAKE ICE
Cairo and Kankakee, 111.
At llulen tcVllion'i, CornerTwalflh St.
ana onio iavue.
Iwlil run in Ice (tison throughout the
fceaon, ilelherlna- inire Uke Ice In any
part r Uie city at the lowial marker price, aim
will alto furnish nirfrlenlsontiIetl.ecllyMrlth
tr by the rake or car load, packed In unci tint
or shipment to anv dlstnwe.
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
Oornor iniclitla. Street,
WM. WETZEL, Proprietor.
ATUUSTT watch kept night and day for
trait", anil slcaruhoats
The Wt of accommodations
gneals at Two Dollars Kxibtr
FITS CURED FREE
ANY person innVring from the abote disease
Is renuuted to adilre l)r Trireamla trial
bottle of hi medicine will he forwarded FHLK
Dr rrlic is a rvituiiir physician, ami na mane
the treatment of
PITS OR EPILEPSY
a study for year, ami he will warrant a cure hy
lie use oi nu remeu)-
I costs nuthlnir, ami he
WILL CURE YOU
Vn m.lt.i- lime Inn? tandlllO' VOUT CAM lliaT
lie. "or" how many otaer remedies may hate
Circular! ana tesurueniau .tni wuu
FREE TRIAL BOTTLE.
Bot. Second nnd Fourth Stroots,
Wholetale an l Iirtall Dealer In
Berliner Weiss Beer,
Seltzer and Soda Water, Etc
v-a-ti.r.vi. Veen a lie.ntv stork on Iinnil . anil
Is imMiarnl to fitmlsh full Bumillts on very short
nonce, anue i,r. . , .
eenu in jouronirn.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
., EIGHTH STREET,
Btwn Waahlnjrton suad Oommorolal
ATU1UM, SVdJOMlnST HSUUiy'S).
TTSEI'S fur ula tU lwt lint, Prk, Mutton
JX Val, Lutnb. Vausaf, Ac and Is lro
paTra 10 mri mrapiei in n newi'ianif minmeT
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, APRIL 3,
THE ACAPULCO MASSACRE.
AN0THER btatekent op the case.
I TIip Itcnl JtentiliiKoMlio Mob A Nliiry
liitlomril ly Jen. ItoecrHlin.
(Communication to New York Herald, 2iti
The I'liltcd Stoics Executive ha acted
wllh due iiroirlely In nnlcrhijr llio Iris
ato .Saranac to visit Acapiilco,;thc scene
orilio rrt'Ciit fearful rtiufiiavru of lliewor
uliltieis In ii I'rototaiit cliilltll. . fur
ns tlie.Mfxlc.nt (joveniiiicnt Uconwrnotl, I
It npiicnr vi ry evident tltut prompt and
iiirm-'t ellorts vv'ro taken to ntoru
order and briii;; the Indian and inMn
ilitm pnrtleliiants In llio (:ivntiiiil hlofxl
llilrfctv nlt'ick toju-llee. It N undoubt
edly true tliat llie power ol the central
authority W, nt points retnote from the
capital, rather feeble. and that u li U the
c.-te at Acapulco can hardly he (iitction
ed. It I very tirobahle that 'he liiiv-lon
of llie Sarnuue 1 to "he iiiornl flren'lh
to the Mexican olllelal, who may. In the
meaiitiiiie, enileavor lo enforce the law
ajMliK the olleiidcr.. The detaIN of the
nttaek piibllh-d hi the Herald of Sunday
reveal a very shockiti'r piece ol butchery.
Already It had ln-en denounced in San
I'rancl'eonta public incelin?, which the
t'hcaied inltislotiiirv. Ite-. .Mr. llntcliln
on, iiddre-ed. Tlie L'nltcd Stotes were
calkil upon to take some atep in
tin' matter, and the teelln' of Indignation
nuion the people was general and em
phatic. However, It appears that a Mexi
can p-utleimin, K'ionally ac'pialiiti-d
with the prominent parties on both Mil;,
arrived in San i'ntneise" Irom Aenpuleo
at the miiiiu time with Mr. Ilutrhin-on.
He Nu merchant, named .luau Huarte,
and hh rei-pvclablllty and erncltynru
vouched for by Gdi. William S. l!oc
er.in, who knew him In Mexico. Mr.
Huarte has mnili: a fitntement, uhich
while it doei not relieve the participants
of savagery, represent the ullalr Hi
A xfDDK.V OfTllfltSr OP IVIMi IIAfii:
agatnt eontlnued inulu a well as moU
imprudent conduct, and not as :t delibe
rate attempt to murder peaceable and tin
ollending wor-hler.. iJon.Iiian Huarte's
aeeoiint of the all.ilr l ns follows : 'i'le1
widow of Senor Ko'alc built a chapel in
Acapulco, on her own proix-rty, for her
own defotlon and for her miii, who was
educated and ordained a prleit in tliorlty"
ol Mexico, but who died some two years
afterward, leaving hi Mter, Manitela,
now married to a merchant living In the
vicinity of Acapulco. i'rocoplo Diaz,
the leader of the I'rotcstant movement
and a clerk by occupation, h.u lived In
the city lor twenty year?. He h.-d pub
lished ten or lificen 'number of a bitter
and uu$cruptilou anti-Catholic paper,
when he wrote to Mr. Iliitchhi'on. tlien
at the capital, to the efleet that all the
Itcople In Aeanulco were mot auxlou
to welcome a rmtcstant jKUtnr; hut on
hN arrival the latter found that he had
lK-en decelvwl, and he stated .-o publicly.
The only members of the congregation,
Senor Huarte Mates were twenty to
thirty stevedore. On fettling in Aea
nulco, Mr. Hutchlnwin atipUed to tho tio
iltlcal chief lor the ue of the chapel be
longing to the llosalei family, and the
chief aigned it to the l'rotestant Ml-
Ion. DI.iz, who It U allejreil mi now
.l.l ...I I ..1 u.n.
III hi natM.T a t-eries of articles against
nil .i filial -.iii.i . iiiiiiiii.iivj
the parl-li jule-t, accusing him of Idola
try. m:i.mxg tiik SACitAJin.VTd
and being geneanlly a debauched char
acter. The American Coniul, Mr. .lohn
A. Sutler, testified to the Irreproacnalile
tnoraU and integrity of the parMi priest.
Pedro Justl. and Mr. Hutchinson himself
llkewUe acknowledged that no evidence
could be found to implicate him hi the
outbreak. Don Juan Huarte further
state that Mr. Hutchinson eoiiunitteu the
deplorable Imprudence of speaking on
the 'treets against tnc most eneri'iieu
belief of Catholics alllrmlng that the
lilesjcd Virsin was the mother of even
other children, and that -he win not the
mother oliiou. .Mr. liiiteiiui'ou wasuyno
means Ignorant of the exciting nature of
his career, and obtained periiil Ion from
the government to carry arms. He was
warned uv ins menus ot me storm ue
wai certain to ral-o and the angry feel
ings he was creating among the popu
lace, who were fur the most part of In
dian blood, by liH own obnoxious pro-
cecdimrs. On the morning of the fray he
received notice ol the Intended attack,
hut stated he was unwell. In the evening
Diaz called for him and said the conirre-
gatlon were waiting for hhn to preach;
but he declined to visit the elnireli. An
American fruit dealer, who hm been lor
some ten years in Acapulco ami well
known then! as a Protestant, met the
crowd of Catholic Indians going to the
church and sainted thetn. They an-
sweieu him by name, anil olleretl lilm no
l1mis 'Clil.1 rpiintt.titi'l ii Minn rL'ilil in
Senor Huarte, "I take pleasure lit saying
1 lUKIILC) . l. . ...... . - ...i. .i '
to you mat
THIS MOB WAS NOT AfUlNPT ritOrKSTAST-
but airalnst Ilutelilnson and Diaz. I am
a Protestant, and no Injury has ever been
none me." henor iiuarte states mat me
Catholic people of Acapulco, while
strongly reprobating the conduct ot the
mob. are indignant at the false immita
don? and InMiiuatioiis against the parish
Driest, and at the attempt to make the
American people look upon the attack nu
tne congregation, wno were prepared lor
the light ami well armed Willi pistols as
a conspiracy of Intelligent Catholics.
tiik vhit or Tin: saiianao
to Acapulco and the Investigation that
Captain Queen Is to make will enable the
public tojudge of the whole matter on
the impartial report that ollleer will
make. Ho will undoubtedly be asslstei
by tho Mexlean otllelau, who arc not
over favorable to the attacking parly
There Is another point, however, to be
mentioned that has inttch benrlmr on the
unhappy dltlleulty. Jun at the time,
while if r, Hutchinson was pursuing his
mission, the Mexican government lisucd
a decree baiilnliltig all Sister ol Charity
from the Republic, and tho sequestration
of their convents rdiools, iVe. About
Bixtv of these ladlei were brought to Ac
apulco, and without ceremony or even
nroperrcirard to their comfort, placed on
board otio ot tho Vessels of tho Paclllu
Mall Steamship Company and conveyed
to San Francisco, where they arrived lit a
destitute condition, This transaction, it
seems, was most objectionable to tho
great body ol the Inhabitants of Acapul
co, and tended to increase bad feeling.
At the time of the departure ot the Sis-.
tcrs grave fears were entertained of an
outbreak, not against Protestants, but
against tho government Itself, for Its eon
duct In the matter. At all events the
statement of Senor nunrte, whoso relia
bility Is guaranteed by General Ilose
crans, as stated above Is worth some con
sideration at this time.
Wlio mul Whnt They Are-Tlie Nnlilrr.
run en ii oil lllooil'a I'oaltlou In
I.Vrw York Utter n to the tloslon Nw 1
Kecently I had a conversation with a J
newvpaper friend wlio hai nu extemhe
knowledge of the marginal note? made .
on tho Hcandiil. He has len a "wo-
niatr.-rl''hter," and m met the Wood
hulh. He wa nn active nnti-laerylte,
and o he knew the Plymouth church i
clique. A a Journalist ho In-, been;
around. Talking nbout the parties eon-
cerneil on either side, my friend paid that
there were a lot ot curious rinnr in I
circulation. Katly In this last pluncol'i
the scandal, a cra.y old fellow named
,.c,., ,vm, t'ie Woodlmll
Heat, who nail in Mime way ucen con-;
pamphlet, charging on them among
other thing, thai Col. Mood and Mr.-.
Woodhullliad received a large sum of
tnoi.ey (10.000 being named) from the
Heecher parly. The name of Mr. .Ionian,
a lawyer, who In Mime way was formerly
connected with the V. S, Treasury, was
ghen a the peron conducting the nego
tiation". The Mory was repeated In
other circles but, said my friend "I do
nol believe there Is any truth In It, for
the WoodliuIN have been and still are
miserably poor. The Weekly maintains
a very precarious existence, and has had
everai times to apjieal to its eoii.tllitcnt
for contribution'. Mrs. Woodliull seems
to have no mean" ot support otit'Ide that :
derived from her lectures and she does '
that work at lime when her lungs are so
bad that her death 'cents to be threatened
She la ctirlou mixture, he continued,
of Intellect and ignorance, of peron:d
kindliness and cruelty; a woman of dar
ing ambition and itntcriipuloit will, who
believes hi "her Million" and allows
nothing to stand In the way.
I asked him who wa the'guldliig brain
hi the firm ol 'Woodlmll, lllood & ( laf
lin." ' .VoodhuH's," was the reply, so
far as will and purpose was concerned;
IlloodV. so lara iicr.slstence and knowl
edge and detailed capacity was needed.
Mr. Andrews had a good "deal to do with
them hi the earlier part of their schemes,
but that did not continue. Lately, It is
rumored, they have come together again.
If so, the old lox Is doing this for some
purpose connected with the trial,
Tlie conver.-atlon continued at some
length, and tills Is tho Mibtancc of the
more interesting part of my friend's talk.
According to bl view, Mrs. Woodlmll
is in part a demented woman that is,
she has ipieer congenial traits and predis
positions which affect and control her
action-. Her mother 1- certainly
era, anil gives her daughters a great
deal of trouble, vet It is declared that
both are devoted to her. It has been said
that Clood is an Illiterate scribbler, but It
appear-, whatever he may be morally,
that he Is a man of at good education as
mot well-to-do Americans obtain; that
he once held a goxl jto-itloti as a lawyer:
was a colonel in the volunteer army, ami
at one time was treaMircr ol St. I.ouls
Mo.) county, with an Income of $20,000
a year. He Is the author of ino-t of the
writing which pac under .Mrs. Wood
hull's name, though the Idea" and argu
ments are doubtless her own. lllood be
came a spiritualist, was divorced from his
tlr-t wile, met Victoria Woodlmll, id so
divorced from her drunken husband,
married her. and they were divorced in
order that they might live their theories
coii'lsti'iiilv. '.Mr-. Vo(m1IiiiI1 malntalneil
her first hu-l);iinl till tbu iJ.iv of his (lentil. I
tlioii''h for years he was iiothliur hut a I
burden. Ily Dr. Woodlmll she had two i
ebllilren. one of whom, nenrh" irrruvn.
Is ait idiot, having met with an accident
when a child throiiirli his farther care
lessness. The other Is a daughter,
Maude, now a large, good-looking girl of
some lourteen or lilteen year. w ho prom
ises to become a stately-appearing wo
man. This girl Is said to pov-ess great
(lr.imatlo power, and competeat Judges
have declared that she will Income a
:reat actress. If so, she Inherits It from
ler father, member' of whose tamllv wen-
actors ol renown in the earlier lil-tory
of the American Mage. Mrs. Woodhull
s crmllted with great anxiety tor this
daughter, who Is understood to
be, in training for the boards.
She needs to be, for life has
no very strong hold upon her frame. Hu
man nature even that of the Woodhulls
has Its brightening side, and In the caru
for the old mother and tbu love of the
young daughter, there Is something to
redeem iiieoiuerwise iK'wiidering career
this woman has lived and lives.
iVsklnir my well-Inlormed or observ tig
friend how ft was that Mrs. Woodhull
possessed so many scandalous secrets, he
replied that she and Iter- sister had for
many years been famous as clairvoyants
and became, by systematic Investigation,
aswyi as daily commences, tun posses
sors oi something not tellable ot oiic-uait
tile notable people In Xew York. This
tney used, anu would do so again, ins
reply reinined me of what a very promi
nent New York editor had said to me to
the same ellect some two years or more
ago, alter declaring tliat ho had person
ally Investigated the. characters ol tho'c
who were in possession of till- "prollta
The 'lloiiiekceper'' of our Ilriillli.
Tho liver Is tlio great ilepuratlng or
blood cleansing organ of tlio system. Set
tbe great bouickveper of our lieultli at
work, nnd llio foul corruptions which gen
der lu the blood and rot out. as it were, tlio
machinery oLIlte, are gradually cxnulled
ram inu bysicin, ror this purpoto ur.
I'iercuN (iolden Medical Discovery, with
small dally doses of Dr. I'lerco's Plosssnt
l'tirga Ivo Pellets ate pre-cuilnontly tho ar
ticles needed. 'Ihcy euro every klnil of
humor Irom the worst scrofula to tlio com
mon pimple, blotch or eruption. 0 eat
eating ulcers kindly heal und-r their
mighty curative Intlucnvc. Irnlciit blood
poisons that link In the system aro by them
rohbol or their terrors, and by their pre
serving and somewbat protractod uto tlio
must tainted sjstcm may bo completely
renovated aud built up anew. Ktilarged
glands, tumors and swellings dwindle
away and disappear under tho influence- ol
tlielr great rcnolvcBts. ?old by all dealer
TDy Tlrtiie or an Execution. to tne .llreotcd hy
Jjlhe Clerk of the clreiilt Court nf Alexander
Cniuity, In the -itate or Illinois, In favor of Al
lml If. Saffonl. msitneo of Alexander II. Irvlu
iiuiluKaltut.lotmll. Ilrown. 1 havn IeUe.1 nil
on the followlnir, dfcrlt'e'l I'rojierty, In the
County of Alexander ami Mute nt Illinois, to
wit: All the rlht .title and iitin-st of said John
lt.Ilrown.ln iind lo the. .Northwest quarter of
the Southwest onarterof section thlrty-ona (31),
laTowiuhlnllneen (13) South, aud in Itaime
oiio (I) weJorihethlnll' H ,ulo blocks num.
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(5), air (0), seven (7) and ehtht (S) In tha town of
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Ilogs nnd Cattlo.
"ThoBost Thing in tho West.'
Atchison, Topsh I Mi h 1 1
or the liest Fanning and Agrmiiltural Lands In
America, aituatetl in and near the heiutirut
Ciittnnwood and lip-at Arkantas Tallejrs, the
irarilcnol'the Weal, on
11 Year' Credit, with 7 Pe eat. later
eat, and SO per cent. Dlacount
r a it i: nrrturnrn
To rnrehasers or 1-and
nfClrcnlars, with map, giving full lunjrma
tlou, sent Itte. Addma
Attlna Land Commissioner, Toja, Kan
taa. 17 1-I-wSra.
EGGS TOR HATCHINQ
From the rollowluif raiirlleaof FritSi IIiick
A I 3 l'er ISoarn.
Dark ami Lljiht Ilrahmasi llnff and !arttld
Coeblnai llrnirnaml White Leghorns; Hoadtun
aud sllrer lire? fortunes.
I wurrunl one-hall of inch uoitu Kggs (
Hatch, irihejrdii not I will replace lUm l "
cent l-er down
benil ataniii fur clrenlal'.
Address, ItfAAO LYNP4L
Mailboro, Mt Coantr 'Wi.