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THE -(.'A IRQ
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 3, 1883.
Impurity of th
Wood, Fever and
and all Diseases
caused by Do- '
rangement of Liver, liowel and Kidney.
SYMPTOMS OF A DISEASED LIVER.
Had llreath ; Pain in tin Side, sometimes th
Earn la lilt under lha Shoulder-blade, mUuken for
Iheumatitm; general Ion of appetite; Bowel
S (rurally costive, tumetimea alternating with laji;
le head i troubled with pain, i dull aud heavy,
with coruiderable lou of memory, accompanied
with a painful tenia tion of leavtni undone lomethlnc
which ought to have been done; a alight, dry eouga
and flushed fact n sometimes an attendant, eftca
mituken for coniumption; the patient complain
of weariness and debility; nervout, easily startltdi
(fet cold or burning, sometime a prickly ataaatloa
of the akin eaiiit; tpints are low and despondent,
and, although aatitficd that exercise would lie bene
Bcial, yet one can hardly summon up (urtitud to
try it In fact, distrust every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the discs, but case
have occurred when but few of them aimed, yet
elimination after death hat ahowa the Liver 10
have been extensively deranged.
It should, be used by all percent, old aad
young, whenever any of the above ;
jmptoiua appear, - -
Person Traveling or Living ia Ct
healthy Localities, by taking a dot oc cation
ally to keep the Liver ia healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria, Bllloua attack, iJliuncia, Nau
sea, Drowvnr, Depression of Spirits, etc. It
will invigorate like a glata of wine, but U DO In
toxicating beverage, ,
' If Tou have oaten anything hard of
dijrfeStiou, or feel heavy after meali, or sleep
lea at wglit, take a do and you wUl be relieved,
Time ml Doctors' Bill will be saved
by always keeping the Regulator
In the House!
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
safe purgative, alterative and tonic ca
never I out of place. The remedy it harmlet
and due not interfere with builneit or
IT IS PCRELT VEGETABLE, "
And na all the power and efficacy of Calomel er
Quinine, without any of the injurious after effocti.
A fiovernor Teetltnony.
Simmons I.iver Krgulator hat been in use in my
family for nmt time, and I am unified it la a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J GiLt Shostss, Goveraor of Ala.
lion. Alexander IT. Stephens, of Ga..
aays : Have derived tome Ueuetit from tbe use oi
Simmons I.iver Regulator, and wuh to give it 1
"The only Thing that never fail to
Relieve." I have used many rcmediet lot Dys
pepsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never
have found anything to benrni an to the etteat
Simmons Uver Regulator hat. I tent from Mm
actou to Georgia U.r it, and would tend further for
aurh a nieUicitie, and would advlte all who are sim
ilarly affected to give it a trial at it teems the only
thing that never (tilt to relieve.
, Y M JHHrr, Minneapolis, Minn,
Dr. T. W. Mason aayai From actual ea
pcrfeace in the utc of Simiuvni Liver Regulator ia
my practice i have been and am satisfied to UM
and preterite it at a purgative medicine. ,
trtjTTake only th Genuine, which always
bat oa the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of J, II. ZEILIH CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
EOROE H. LKA.CLI, M. D.
Phv.sioian and Surgeon.
Special mention paid totha Homeopathic treat
mi rt of surgical (Unease, aud diactae of weaken
d euUai.n. .
un Htn atroet, opposite tbe Poal OH-,
JU. J. E. STRONG,
128 Commercial Ave, Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, ELSTKO-VAPOn AMD MXO:CATX0
4 laav la atteudenc.
jyt w. c. joctswx,
ami K-Klif!iU Street, near Conn rcla! At euro
K. E W. WLTITLOCK,
iwifi Wo. ComtneTf! Avenne, hetwtea
aa-rt'l and Sluts S'meu ,
PliOPKIKTCm OF SPROAT'fl PATENT
Wholesale J Coaler in loe.
ICF. B VTHE CAR LOAD OR TON.WKLI
PACKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Spooialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street aud Levee,
HE CITY NATION AL HANK.
of On I ro. Ililnoiei,
Tt OHIO I.UVKX.
OVPITAL, 610 0.000
A tienrral B-inkln? IiuhIuwh
Cuilctel. TltOi. V. XIAl.JL.IMAV.
: . Caahlur
NTKIlPKIStt BAVQ BANK. ,
Of Cairo. . . . , -
KXCLUSIVKLV A SAVINGS BASK. ,
Nelson County Whisky,
J1 ' Lane's Bourbon
137 OHIO L.EVJEE.
1 iL -3
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL
Dorsey Still Being Cross-
Publlo Debt Statement-Kring'a Neck
Saved at Last.
Blfflttaantk Week of the tar-lteate
, , I rial.
Washinotov, Avrll 2 The Mar
Bonte trial lantcl tiflueii weeks. Thn
ellthteentli week of th a.'cond trUI h.--iju
this mornli and the end Hill ni; peart a
Ionic way off. Merrick reumed tUH ci-dss-eiaiulniitloa
of Ltori-ey ahuut lli ln-rruu
tlona be bud fri vtn to' Unuite, relailva to
blddliijf for contructa, Wltn hid no r.
oollevllon dt a ciiventntlon with Innti uc
tloits to Hoone up'in niattepi of Inquiry.
MorrU'k detiiandud the reiurn to hit no
tke for the produclton of the eticr,rt:M
aoiiy book .
InKriioll suld they had no book coa
talnitiK letteni of tho date (Jeviihiwl.
Bllaithut the unnner thould be made
yoderoatta. ' '
InpeiiolHn lon(T aixnuient anituiKlmt
that the ftli'nfe imitcbt waa crtiUry In
charitcter and that lt - could not he
remedied nythe itibttltudon id other at'O
ondur)' evldttiitH:, tbvre beluj; uo dtiree In
Ingerooll called attention io the fnct that
the notice called tor ro)i1 of all letter
written upon two dale repardlna of th
lubject TOisUer. The prosecution wUhcJ to
go fjuii)g In (be tur that thov would dis
cover some new evidence In the book. The
court said that the defendant was not hound
to produce any evidence to criminate hlm
elf. If be Ignored th notice to produce
the pier, theii secondary evidence would
beadnilfflble: nor could he be required to
produce secondary evidence aitainat hlm
elf, ao al last the prosecution would be
crtven to ue their own a),
ondary evidence, hut no such rrdence
wa sdmUillile unlit notice b'td been
aen'ed calling for the production of
the original paper. In the present case
the notice wan confined to atrle'lv aocon
dary evidence, If tter-press coplei, and
even If nire uppolllc, the other side could
pot be called upon to produce It. Bliss
dissented fi m the opinion expressed by
the court t! :t defendant could not be com
pelled to produce evidence af&'.ust himself,
and held that wben defendant took the
tand be might be called on to produce any
evidence In nla pocslon oral or written.
The eoujrt replied that when defend tnt took
the atand of course he would be regarded
as any other witness, and might bo cron
examined to the same exteot. The exam
ination wa tbeo resumed.
Krtnff asolte Ilanf.
WaHHisorox, April 2. The Supreme
Court reversed the decision of tb
Miaaouri SitDreme Court In the Krina cue.
The Judg-ea atood five for reveraal and four
Knur nsaoeen tnea seven umee tor tn
aame murder and la by thla decision finall)
released from tbe aentence of death, which
hai been tbree time Imposed. Justice
Milter delivered a decision reversing the
udirmont of the bunretne Court or ilia-
aourl; alaoottbe Criminal Court ot t. !
LouU, and remanding tbe ciute tor
the proceedings in the Criminal
court inconsistent with thin Judgment. Th'i
decision waa signed Dy nve 01 me niue
udgea. Justice Matthews read a dliisent
tiK opinion, holdlnir that the point on
srhlch It waa claimed hi conviction waa
Illegal wre not luaUtined by the fccti. Tbe
dUaentlnit opinion waa signed by tbree of
the other Justices. Tbui there were five in
favor of new trial fur Kring, and four
against. The attendance waa very I ante,
and much Interest was manifested In tbe
Tbe rreldeut at Home Yet,
Washixoton, D. C, April 2. President
Arthur thla morning suld hit plans for
leaving Washington to-morrow have been
somewhat disarranged, and that he will
Srobablv not start to Florida for several
avs. tt la surmised from thla remark
that tbe President baa been advised by
attorney-General Brewster that the p
S ointment of a successor for Poatmaater
eneral Ho wo must be made within ten
days from the date of the latter's death,
and that President Arthur delavs his
departure in order to determine who shall
fill the vacancy,
Ttie Fnblle Debt.
Washington, D. C. April 2. A state
ment shows the decrease of the public debt
during; the month of March to be fV.844,
828 27 j cssh la treasury, $315,034,
gold certificates, 74,l(iu,27'.'0; silver or-
tincatea. iW,7W,iwi: certincutea oi deposit
outatandlng. $H, 715.000: refunding certlrl-
eates, $384, 480; legal tender outstanding,
$.U,h81,01tJ; fractional curreucy outaUnd-
The Work of the Illinois Lcfflalntar.
8FRIN0FIELD. III., April 2. The State
Legislature has been in session now thret
noutba, and having taken a reoei and
gone home for the spring elections, It may
be interesting to glance it the work this
body has accomplished thus far. Of th
1.000 bills which have been Introduced In
the two houses, 322 have never seen th
light since their banishment to the oora-
Both houses will do more work In nten
session than heretofore, each body having
changed the regular hour for dally meeting
from 10 olcloclt a. m. to 9:80. Theses
Ions aro gradually Increasing Id length,
the bour for adjournment often going far
into toe aitornoou, wnue anrrnoon ses
sions are occasionally Indulged In, which
was an unheard of occurrence during ths
Drat ten weeks. Taken altogether the ses
sion may be Justly characterized as having
been a very sluggish, If not an absolutely
Uaoart Leajlalittor Qnlt Work.
JiKrp.RiON City, Mo., April 2. Ther
was nothing of Interest In the farewell ses
linn of the Thirty-second Assembly this
morning. In the Intorlm of rending en
rolled bills and receiving meaangca from the
lovenior, resolutions were pasned thank
ng all offlceri and employes of the House,
the reporters, ete., tor faithful ser
vines and fair and impartial
dlHcharge of dilllcs. Judge Bnalmw pre
suited Dr. Richardson, the pipeiikpr, with
agolil watch upon behalf of tbe house,
Speaker protcm Wood waa presented bv
the house through Henry Kcnuwlth a
gold-headed cane. There wus an aWnoe
ef the usual paper throwing and scenes of
disorder. The day wv fine and the gallvr
les of both house were tilled with ladles,
there were many Interchange. of sontlmen
tal and t few bumoroni speeches and reso
lutions. The members part on the best of
&rms. Nearly all p,o on tho afternoon
DatniSaTM for I.IM1.
CpfClNNATl, April 2. The case ot 0. R.
Wabla vs. the Cincinnati Uaiette Company,
an aotton for libel, terminated with a vnr
diet In favor of the plaintiff, the damages
were assessed at 45. Th matter complained
6f was published In the Cincinnati Quelle
while Wable was postmaster, and had ref
renca to bli aotlon In refusing to forward
Outtt oa th ground ti &oa-pa;matf
Waihiwoton, April 2. gacretarr Tel
ler received the following telegram from
agent Wilcox at San Carlos, Arizona:
'Th Indians at the Agency were greatly
excited Sunday night by the reported pres
ence of one or more Cblracituuas on tb
reservation. At 8 o'clock this morning,
Lieut. Davis with 100 scout ami friendly
Indians passed up tho Sun Carlos River,
thirteen miles to the camp of Nadaski, chief
of tbe White Mountain Indians, where
they found . a buck uamcd
Peach, who went ont with Pecos' band of
Chiraoabuas on April 1H, last. Nndaskl
and Peach were brought 1st and the former
waa tried aud nrderad to Camp Thomas to
be tried end placed In Irons with tbe re
eommendutlon thathe be sent to tbe Dry
Tortugas for life for harboring renegsdm,
threatening to burn tbe agency, to kill
employes, to go on the warpnth with
Chiracabuus and for endunverlng the peace
of tbe reservation , Hoping to oUiUn In
formation, ParKb will be beld ttfTe for
tbree or four davs, Th Imihni here will
ace to It thnt he does lint escape, All are
quiet, The conduct of the Indians last
nlgbl prove their loyallty. . .
A aerloem Aeetrleiut ost tka Iron Moan-
St, Louis, April S. Train No. (6 on
the Iron Mountain Hallway, due here at
6:17 this morning, slruck a'roi'k of several
tout lu weight that bad rolled down on the
track at Rimlibur, a smull station twenty
five miles from the cit v. .The engine, No.
344. left the track and roiled down the
embankment Into the river, where she now
lays, bottom sijn up. The baggage
car was thrown "ft lu trucks and
landed) across the track. The
front end of the smoker was also tin
tracked and thrown to the side o th
track, but none of the ciandCs; or slecniiri
left the talis. tiiKtucci McAovcrti ana his
fireman were botn aerioualy injured in
lumping from the' engine, but Just bow
badly could not be learned. None of tb
passeuger were hurt at alt, aside from a
most complete sliakln-up, caused hy the
sudden stopping of tbe train. TIik track
was cleared at 10 o'clock, and all 'he iron
Mountain trains overdue got Into the
Union Depot at ou o'clock.
mall-Pox In ka. Loala.
flT, Loins, April 2. Sanitary Officer
O'Brien has been busy vaccinating resident
lu the neighborhood of the St. Peter and
Paul's school, on Eighth street and Allen
avenue, for two davs past. Tbe drsad di
sease, small-pox, made Its appearance"!n
tbe locality of the acbool twelve daya ago.
and already It baa attacked
nearly two score of vlctlma, and
every day the number I Increased. Two
more cases of small-pox on DeKalb street
were reported to the Health Ofttca. They
will he suffered to remain at their homes,
but tho houses have been posted.
Tbe health officers slate that tbe demand
for vacclue virus by physicians la larger
than they are at present able to supply.
The Murder at Rocky Fork KUU Mr
tery. Alton, III. , April 2. The officers ot the
law have deirmlued upou holding are
examination In tbe cue of the Hocky Fork
murder. Every clue so far taken up hat
been run to tbe ground. No other theory
how remains to act upon but the one of re
vengeful Jealousy, and it is to bring out ai
the facta In regard to this that the exami
nation la to be bold. Corouer Youree will
bold It nd State's Attorney Yager will ex
amine the witnesses, who will be called
from everywhere In the neighborhood. It
la claimed that the evidence to be brought
before the Jury will be startling lu Its na
ture. The re-Inquest will take place Wed
nesday. A Wlte Out Driving wltll ht D4
Jxitetr rClTaV"-' Aprtt' - Monro
"Wh'traora. ot thla cltv. bad some business
to transact last Saturday In the upper end
of Hudson County, and started oft In a
buggy with bis wife. They bad visited
New Durham and had a flue time. It was
late when they started home by way of th
Patterson plank road. While talking with
bis wife Wbltetnore wa suddenly seized
with convulsions, his . besd fell on his
breast and he wa dead. The terrified wo
man drove on until she met a stranger,
wbo got Into tbe carriage and held the
corps until she had driven home.
tcor wl w Doctor,
FHIUDKI.PHU, April J.-Tbe annual
commencement of the Jefferson Medical
College was beld to-day. The degree of
Doctor of Medicine was conferred as fol
lows: Pennsylvania, 114 students; Ohio,
14; New Jersey, 13; MassachuasctU, 8;
Illinois, 7; New York. 7; Delaware, 6;
Missouri, 6: West Virginia, 4; North
Carolina. 4: Texan, 4; Maryland. 4; Ore
5 on, 4; Indiana, 8; Iowa. J; Alabama. 2;
lalne, 2; lieorgla, 2; Wisoonsln, 2. Tber
were graduates also from Cuba, Jamaica.
Nicaragua, Austria, Ireland, Turkey and
Refused to Olve Testimony.
Nbw York, April 2. -In the case of
William J. liutchlnson against Frederick
U. Lawrence, president of the New York
Stock Exchange, to be reinstated as a mem
ber, Lawrence, when called as a witness,
refused to produce the minutes of the pro
ceedings governing the committee, or to
nswer a number ot questions asked him.
Judge Lawrence, In Supreme Court
Chambers, rendered decision In which be
holda that the minutes must be produced
aud that the questions, with five exceptions,
must b answered.
allied br Car.
Chicago, April 2. Charles Zlchol, flva
year old, was killed by a grip car on the
State street IHie Sunday afternoon. The
driver ind conductor v ere arrested.
Woman Saotf tot Bremen of Pro nils.
New York, April 2.A Prussian named
Berwick ha begun suit against Rebecca
McLean, of Staten Island, for breach of
promise, laying damage at (10.000.
THE BUSINESS OUTLOOK.
The New York Tribune Thinki the Proi
ecti are Bright.
Nkw YOItK, April 3. Tho Tribune'
arttel on money and business says: ' 'Tb
rat of Interest deollued last week and the
xtreme stringency passed, though a
little over dx per cent, wus gener
ally paid on loans, but th relaxa
tion ot the money market did not uiaao
business mora active, and the week
that closed on Saturday was one ot tbe
dullest on record of late years. Tbe ex
changes were smaller for six business dayi
than for the provloui week, which lu
oluded Good Iriday, and tbe amount ex
clusive of pay menu arising from talei of
stock wa about $100,000,000 less than for
ths corresponding week last year,
or leventeen per cent. Notwithstanding
this Inactivity and the depressing Influence
of leveral failures of considerable import
ance, the prevailing touo of the market wa
strong. Stock were, on ths whole, a
had higher at the close than at the be
ginning ot the week, though
tbe aggregate (ale wore about 1,000,000
bare, wheat advanced about 3
oent. corn 1st and oats 8V oeuts.
provisions were shade stronger and cot
ton declined only e sixteenth, while petro
leum, notwithstanding lbs opeulng of some
productive well, declined only ahout J
oent; for the week. The advauc in bread
stuff Is tbe more significant
booausa tbe remarkable dullnese Id tbe ex
port trad has caused ocean freights to de
cline to four osnU for grain by steamer to
Liverpool, and rain In California and Ore
gon bar removed tho fairs ot a (sort svob
a too Pattfu toawt.
KRINQ, THE MURDERER.
' .1 ssNssa
Newt tf ttt Dtolilon ( tht tuprtm Cturt
In tt. Leuli.
8t. Louis, April I. A reporter bore the
information to Chas. P. Johnson, who, It
will be remembered, made tbe addres t
Judge Sherwood, which seeured th Uy
of executloa In 1801. Be wa vry much
gratified to hear tbe news, and said: "TbU
of course saves Hring' neck. H will
now receive senteuo under his plea of
guilty to murder In tho seeoud degree. Tbe
case 1 remanded to th Supreme Court,
and that tribunal will pass sentence. He
may get from ten to twenty yeara' Im
prisonment to the penitentiary. That la
the extent of Krlng' punishment In this
fuel attitude ot tbe eas. "
They called at the Jail and Informed
KrinT of the decision. Th prisoner
showed much excitement, though feeble
from sickness. He expressed thank and
praise for his counsel and said: "I x-
Seotad auch would I the dsolslon." . Mr.
IcDonsld. of the Circuit Attorney' office,
aid that at present he thought the statu of
tbe case was Just a Messrs, Jones and
Seward explained It, leaving Utile doubt
a - to Kring's anal dtschargs,
. Messrs. Sewrd A Jones, to,day, aid; ,
"V e do not know what point th eas was
decided on, but tho etf Is tbe same..
Kring can only be put n trial for murder
th the Urt degree, aa the ea 1 present!
bv the .State, the court must Inst rum i
trastaYO rroceedlna; at a t ntrarat.
Whkaton-. It.!.., April I. The Bee.
Dr, Jonathan lllancbard,. prflde.i,t fof
Wh"nton College, whIU preening tbe fun
eral sermon of a young tnati who had bsn
a prominent niemUir of the Grand Army of
Uie Bepublic, ot tbe Knl;hta of Pythls awl
otthe Independent Umer of Mechanic,
made some remark denunciatory ot secret
societies. A sister of dsceased became
yery much excited In conssquenc.
for by request of tb family
th societies mentioned by tb
life-long opponent of sret organisation
were conducting tbe funerl wltb aoclety
honors. She fainted and had to be carried
from church. Her hunband then asked the
Doctor to dUooutlnu hi remarks. He r.
fused to so unlaa requested bytbflbr
ot tbe dad mam who akd blmtoenVI
ate. Tbts was promptly don, and th
Doctor, gathering-up his mauutortpt, left
the church. After sores dtlay another
Clergyman was found to officiate. Tbe ser
vices were concluded without toy further
j si rnrvokt1 Maritea.
FOBTRE68 Mo shoe, Vs., April !. A
bmtal murder O'-cured Sunday night In the
bar-room of the ltitrne Hotel, at Hampton.
Va. Thorns PbllllpM, a quiet, Inoffensive
citizen passing the plaoe, waa met by an old
acquaintance, P. Jovce, who invited hlro
to take a drink. Phillip refused to drink
but accepted a clir, and while standing
tb counter Joyce drlibe.ately shot him
through the heart without provooatio. .
After the shootlug Joyce plneed a pistol In
Phillips' socket and rl -d. He was arrested
later and lodged in Jail. Joyce li clerk
In the Soldiers' National Home. Phillip
leave a wits and four children. Son
feara are antenalnftd tbl morning that
Joce will be lynched, Au extra guard ta
un duty at tbe Jail,
The Ohio Eloeltsstt,
Cincinnati. April 2. Th weather I
cold and dlr-aarrcitule, vet indication aro
in favor ot a full vote. It ta impossible to
predict the result. The Democrats count
Stenhens for mavor. the stronaest man
i on their Hretbll4A republicans regard
r.soeiior. lor eompiuiier. tne strongest on
their ticket. Tbe ininclpal Reform ticket
Is not making much show of strength.
Several bloody affairs .. occurred at tho
Ola in ew York.
Nkw Tokk, April 2. Ex-Presldnt
Diaz to-day received a number of visitor
and afterwards with bis suite railed on a
few friends. In the afternoon be mad aa
informal visit to the Product Exchange.
Nkw York, April S. -Joseph W. Tra
zler, a dealer In Are-arms and military
goods, ha ' aligned, with preference
amouullng to $77, (W.
A Blgaml! Kntae4,
KbwYokk, April 8. Richard C. Bui
lard, the bigamist and swindler arrested
Saturday on a charge ot swindling, pleaded
guilty ot grand larceny and w leuteneed
to five yean.
Relief of Ireland.
WATKBBt'ltT, Conn., April J. Father
Walsh transmits bv cable to-morrow $2,000
for the relief of the distressed psople la
Lincoln at Hi Desk.
Washington, April 1. .Secretary
Lincoln Is at his desk lu tbe War Depart
Montreal, April 2. Tho losses br th
Are In Cotte street are $30,000, mostly la
Ex-Presldent Diaz dined with Oen.
Grant In New York on Sunday night.
Edwin Month appeared a "Hamlet" in
Vienna on Saturday night. II received
The old Aumiste opera-house, at Augus
ta, Ga, was burned on Sunday morning.
Tbaloss Is $tf,000.
A boiler explosion at St. Dldler, Pari,
on Sunday, killed twenty-six person and
On Sunday the pastor of Chicago very
generally spoke from their pulpits In oppo
sition to the re-election ot Mayor Harrison,
particularly on account ot his Ueoeooy
toward the criminal classes.
It waa discovered on Saturday that L.
Chandler, a practicing attorney of Virginia,
III., Is a defaulter to tbe amount ot ahout
$0,000. The loser srs principally rela
tives. The defalcation 1 attributed to
The celebration in Berlin on Sunday of
the ilxty-olglH anniversary of the birth
of Bismarck waa tbe occasion of much
Tho tine brick flouring mills at Anna.
Ills., owned by W 8. Melssenhslmsr, and
known as the Anna City Mill, burned en
Sunday evening. Tb loss I $17,0001 in
Th steamboat Polar "tor was blown to
pieces by the explosion of on of It boilers
while passing Bulmnnt, Mo., on Saturday
afternoon. Nix men twere killed; tbtr
names ar i Adam Murpby and Jo Bell,
llreimm, both col nodi Bam Vaustel.
watchman, and sandy Mortland. Aaron
Shields and OHorK) Taylor, colored rousta
bout. The boat Is total los.
Franklin Pierce' ni l horn la tb out
sort of Concord, N. H,, is to bo trans
formed Into au KpUonpal school to.' girls.
At wood-cutting contest In MeKaa
county, Pa., a few day ago, two womsa
won the first prUt for oros-eut sawing.
The widow of the late Captain D Long,
of Arctic tame, Is twenty-eight years old,
petite, baa light brown hair, hail eyes,
end 1 a vary prtty womsa. .
A Russian PrlucoM, alerwaitbsuflren
(n Nloe, won t dress made nniy ot
peacock' feathers. Ha of th birdl,
with ey mad oi grats, wro m la
Small - Pox Infection for.War
Quirting Against th Manufacture
and Uia of Infernal Machine.
London, April 2. On account of ta
teady stream of letters couiuliilu tlireuu
f death and destruction of buildings,
which contiuu to b received by
rothlneat persons and Govern
nasot funotlonarie. tb previous pre
caution sgalnst tbe execution of these
threats are not remitted, but now ones are
also being devised and carried out. This
ia particularly tb ens in London. Th
ga works art carefully guarded against
surprise and dob but th known and
trusted band er allowed oa tb premise.
London, April J. Th war ofllo b
token, the quMiton of xulivr lu bind
with vigor and dlruiluailo. Among
other measure token for tbe purpose of
thwarting the dynamite workor. It ha
hn enlered that expartmenu b under
takes, vrltk a vlw of preparing aa aualysia
of th various forms and componaut paru
of ail lubstaaces that are eapualfl of bt:
employed a explosive. The result o?
their work will be given to the potaee,
and It is believed that th Inffentilty of the
men wbo are now engaged lu the manufac
ture and use of there dlai ollc conrrivaneea
will be rewartod by tbis means.
NBWMODB Or WABVARI,
Lonpon, April 8. Th St. JainnGa
Mtt publish an anonymous lotter which
cam Into the possession of en of lu edi
tors, and which assert that the Fnnlau
ar engaged in sending package containing
Ud Infected with smsll-pox to perso is
who are obnoxious to th Irish National
bustnr. April l.acports from Llm
rick say that owiec to the improved con
dition of affaire in that oily the extra fore
of police, which ha been kept for coin
tlm past, has been materially deorcneed.
Tbl Is being don on th advloo of Clifford
lAoya, nugieirat at iiiiMrtnt.
Pante, April I. Lur rounu of th
boiler explosion at St. Dialer Sunday
bow that th number of punoui killed aud
injured wa much larger than at first re
ported. Thirty -ou persons were killed
outright. Tho aumfrer of Injured, It 1
now stated, reaches sixty. five. Many ot
thm, tt Is feared, er fatally hurt.
TCI! K ST.
VniNWA, April J.Tae Sw Prle Pre
say tbe number of the members of th
Castri Tribe murdered at Lake Scutari by
the Montenegrins, wa twantv-ov luaUad
of four, a previously reported.
A M7tTfom BIbIUMsT ol ttso ui
Somerset. Kr.. AnrlU Mr. w. H.
Waddla.who farm It near tbl town, sots
that en Tuesday and Wednesday last '(a
pleoo ot earth oa bta plaea. conuiulng tree
winy or lony rot nurb, loll to an unknown
depth, making a hole about thirty teet In
dlamator. He looked Into tbe hole, but
oould not to tho bottom, th earth aud
two having sunk out ot sight. H threw
a larts stoa Into th hols, and tt wis two
or three aalautoe hoforo ha hoard It strike,
th bottom. According to tbl th hole
must bo svral thousand feet deep. The
earth was cracked for ssvral feet around
tbe hol. and all that part dlaappoared on
Wdnedy, wldsnlng th tporatur about
Chicago, III.. April J. Between 4,000
and 8,000 bricklayer wont on a strik
this morning for tbelr demand of ft a
day. Work on all the principal buildings
lleovj Leas by Fir.
LaoMrNSTrR, Mass., April 3. Tb
large lonih r " mill and outbuilding,
owned and mmuiiied by C'll. A. Harwood,
burned yesterday. Loss, $100,00; Insur
anoa, $71,000. Seventy-dvo hand ar
thrown out of employment.
Niw Tori, April 3. The trial of Conk
ling, indicted for killing Haverstlek, Is sot
dowa for Thursday.
APRIL, 3, im.
H OQS-Opsned active st an advance of
to on all description, Damand more or
less urgent and a good movement antici
pated at 7 30(37 75 for light. $7 iryrf 86
for mlxtd packing and $7 3W3o li for
CATTLE Export steers $6 K0r7 16;
good to heavy natlv str $S 2Mi TAi
common to medium aatlve stoer $4 fxYaft
SO; fair to good feeders $i 7iwae 75; com
mon to good stockers CttsM SO; common to
ohoio natlv oo s and heifers $8 fcXt4 90;
oalUwsKs $3(93 SO.
SHEKl'-Hlgber. Good to fancy 30 794
00; insdlum to fair $4 7&0S 20; com
mon $3 7Sf84 SO,
HOUS-Aetlv and hlghor: shipping de
mand mainly. Light to ohoio orkars 7
3fXr7 SO; heavy shippsrs and Baltimore
weight 7 Wr7 W; butcher' to extra $7
S07 75; skips and culls $6 36A0 75.
WHEAT-April $1 OS)! Mar $1101;
JuneSIUX; July $111X1 yer104K.
CORNAprtl51M May fl$H Juno 67)
OAT8-April 49 X ( May 44ft ; June 44M I
WHEAT-Aril$10K May plH b;
$10eX; year $106Vs
OOKN-Anrll48V b: May 51 to SOX;
Jun63)b, July KM,
OATS-AprU UK b; May 44XKb
Jun8b; Jly40)s: b.
WHEAT April f UX May O 31 X
un $133)1' July -CORN
April tb May 6TW b.
OATS-Aprtl 53 H; May MKK.
lUTTEB-Creamsry-Cholo to fancy 89
4N0c; soooads at boat dairy rat. Dairy
Choice to fancy S4tJ6 medium and low
gradtdull and (smt nominally quotabl
atlOvaie. North Roll Cholo at 1718;
modluaa IsVSll. Cholo sear-by mak fair
aU at 15il, and mdlua at I8VI4, hut
low grad dull at 10O13. Sol: 17 tub
aroamry 80; 5 do 99.
EGG8 Lowar aad dull at loo; gsoto
POULTBT ttro Calckene arm and ia
good roquMt-Cooki $8 754, mixed $4 Sft
414 80, MM $4 7IMMI turkey In demand
at flltia top rata for larg Gobblsrsi
dneks fair sal at $4 K0O4 for mall, t $4
ttrfM W tor ehoMl geosoaoininali pigeon
wanted at H 50. DroMtd-Turkoy t ealtbl
LJUp--Oul4 ad koailaan aaehaaged.
will cure dyipepsia.heartburn, mala
ria, kidney disease, liver complaint,
aad other wasting diseases.
enriches the blood and purifies th .
system; curt weakness, lack of
eacrcy, etc. Try a bottle.
is the only Iron preparation that
does not color the teeth, and will not
cause headache or constipation, aa
other Iron preparations will (
l adies and all sufferers from a
ralttia, hysteria, and kindred com
plaints, will find it without an eooaA.
Bead and Circulate.
The Illinois Central R. II Co.
Will sell auy ot lis remaining landa at one dol
lar pur acre les I ban tbe prvsaut pricwe, from tola .
time autil th 0rt tluy of Ofiolier.lt. Atlas
thntdat.' thu present prw es will be rvatotod. AU
whoilvalrn ti purcli.tre should avail tkamanlve isf
tbl liberal offer at once. H. UAUQT.
Pol partC'iUro Ino ill ro of
fur 1 ('. R. H. Li.d,
Ibop no HiiMbUy Avonne, taiwuco r.arth tol
Hlsth Hinels, Cslto, Illinois.
tirAII kinds rl )iUt sml heavy blackstsltklag,
a'iu and rarrlsge work done tntb most sruk
manlike innmior. Uire-sbooln apeeislty sa
pj w IS. INOE,
v Mnu'aiturersndllf la--.
th Htr-si, Ntvr.cn Corn't A v.. r Uv.
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