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Natural Fruit flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruits, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artfic-
ial Estencts. Always uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or Impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qual
ity. Admitted by all who have used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc
STEELE & PBICE,
Chicago, and St. Louis, Mo
lOmrilniilli TmI flmt. Dr. frWa twm BtktmM
WE MAKE NO SECOND CRADI COODf
Imparity of the
niHil, Fever and
auil all Disease
7'V3l caused by De
rangement of Liver, Bowel lod Kidney.
BTMPTOHS OF A DISEASED LITER.
Had Breath ; Cain In the Si it, tunwtunta tht
psln ii fcli under the Shcsilder.blaie, mistaken fcr
khrumautm ; general lost of appetite; Bowel
generally cutuvr, sometimes altrrnatiie; with U;
(h hwl it troubled with pain, is dull aad awry,
with consideratic lots of memory, accompanied
with painful srma linn of leaving undone tomething
wlucr. ought to have been d jne; a (light, dry couga
uul flushed (act i sometime in attendant, olua
mistaken for consumption, the patient tomplaint
of wemnest and debility; nervous, easily ttartleo;
feet cold or burn. rig, sometime a prickly Mnaation
of the ikin emus; sp.rm are low sni despondent,
nd, alibuvKh Sil.kticJ that exercise would be bene
dial, yet one can hardly tummon up fortitude to
try it in fact, distrusts every remedy Several
of the above symptom, attend the disease, but cue
havt occurrtil when but few of them existed, yet
cimin.-.iion after d- ath hat shows the Liter t
have been extensively ticjanged.
It huuld bo used by all person, eld aad
young, whenever an of the above
Persons Traveling or Living la Un
healthy I.ncalitlet, by uking a duM occuioo.
ally to keep the Liver in healthy anion, will avoid
all Malaria, IMllnut attucki, Dimness, Nau
tea, Drows'ims, Depression of i-pinrt. etc. ll
will invigorate like a (last of wlnt, but is no la
' If Tnu have eaten nytlilnjr herd of
dlge.Uon, or fed heavy futr tnealt, or sleep
v e u night, uke d and you iC be relisted.
Time and Doctor' nilla will be eared
by always keeping the Regulator
In the House!
Far, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
aafe purgative, alterative and tooie caa
never oe out of p act. The remedy i harralea
and doe not Interfere wtUa bullae or
IT IS PVRELT VEGETABLE,
j . And has all tlx power nnd efficacy of Calomel er
Quinine, without any of tht injurious alter effect.
.A Governor's Testimony. -
Simmmt Liver Regulator hat been In um la aty
Cam.ly for tune time, and I am satisfied it it a
Valuable addition to trie medical tcience.
V J Gill Shostsr, Governor of Ala.
v Hon. Alexander H, Stephens, of Ge.,
yi: Have derived mine benefit from the we of
Simmons Liver kegukuor, and with to give it a
lu riser it ial.
. - "The only Tiling that never falls to
Believe." (have uaed many remedies tor Dyt
. pepsia. Liver Allection and Debility, but never
, j have t und anything to benefit me to the extent
Sitnmoni Liver Regulator has. I tent from Mm
. neaota to Georgia fur it, and would tend further for
' i inch a medicine, and would advite all who are tlnv
Uarly afiecicd to give it a tnai at it teemt the only
tiling tlial never tail to relieve.
P. M. Jankiv, Minneapolis, Minn.
t- Dr. T. W. Matnn ayt From actual ex
perience in the me of himinont Liver Regulator in
say practice I have been and am satisfied to ut
and prescribe it at a purgative medicine.
BhtTake only the Genuine, which alwayt
. baa on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. H.. ZEILLN A CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
rilTSIflA.NS. . "
"qeouge it. LFACII, M. T).
: Physician and sSurreon.
Special nttontton paid to th Ilomeoptthl treat
. au nt of (urglcAl dlae, tad dieaM of wooito
. UlHce: uu 1UU ttrtMi, oppaftie the Putt Offl'ie,
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i.:JU. J. E. STRONG, v:
f 128 Commorrial Ave, Cairo, III.
'VAPOtt, BLB3TK0 VAPOIJKO MEDIC ATUD
v ... hatiis
A lady In tltoutlatir.o. .
CONSULTATION FREE. -. r
jH. W. 0. JOCFLYN, ... .......
' yrriCB Klghta HWeet, near Coranrerelal Avast
jyi. E Jf. "whitlock, e . ( ;
i.intJil Surgeon. v
Orrti i f o. C'omroarctal Avanw, betweea
ktet'a and Nlt.th 8treu
pROl'RtETOR OF BPROAT'S PATENT
WholcMtilo Dealer in Ioe
J0 B V TH F. OAK LOAD OR TON,WKII
TACKED FOR flHIFriNG
Onr Ioado Speoialtr.
Cor.TWelit.li Street and Leiee,
C A IRQ
Perpetrated in the Massachu
setts A ms-House.
Patient! Starved to Death, Bablet
Doted with' Morphine, and
The Deed Eaten by
BO8T0, April 8. The evidence which
Governor Butler put In before theCharlt
jle Insitttutlona Committee of the Luginla.
ture, it not broken down, will luhMaiitjnW
the alktfutluni made In the tnniitil menage,
and It tdda a tula of horror that I nlmot
Ip.oredlhle. The utory wnt told hy (;ho.
H. Dudley, thf former nlitht watchman at
the Stat AluM-hoiise at Tewltnliurv. He
detorlbrd the ieotiel tohNtletntlnz AK.Ut-
am supuriutenuent Mamti robbing the
dead-house. Marsh told him to keep tlll
bout v bat be bad teen and mid: "We
have ifot to have tome pay for our trouble
In taking care of theae crltt r."
udley alio teattfled that be taw
a light In the trunk room neveral
time after the Inmate had retired, and go
Ing In quietly one nlifbt he aw Mr. March
opening pauper' trunk and taking cloth
liiKfrom them. Mm. Pope, the house
keeper, told him kbe had ren the tame
thlnjf and that the ruou valuable drettei
were taken by Mr. Marth to her private
More-room and made over for the Davl
flrl, her relation. The witnew tnld of
ome twenty children In one ward who
utedtoerj at night becaute of hunger.
Tbey were placed at the table with other
Inmate ana had to look outforthcmelve.
One night be wtut to the burylug-ground
and taw four
and driven off toward Boeton In a wagon.
The date of the food for the Inmates of the
Alma-boute and the Insane waa always verv
poor and the tmantity itmall. 1 he" bread
wa tour nearly all the time-. A man who
drove the hospital team told witne that
bo had taken up icty--tgb.t bodlcx In eigbt
months. The man wa diatlnicd then,
but the next day be ahowed a "few hun
dred," which, he aid, "Tora" (Marh)
bad given him. Wltnen wat afterward
appointed, with bl wife, to the care of
the female iniane. The bed were of Mntw
In a rotten condition, with iiuufBcient
clothing. Mot of the women were with
out underclothing or hoe and titocklng.
Tbey bud only calloo dresei. This wa In
July. The cell were alio In a filthy condi
tion. Id eell in the attic witness found
a woman lying; on the utraw perfectly
naked. The rtraw wa bad and filthy. He
waa told by one of the aanlttantA that this
women had been In thl cell about a year.
She wa to violently tutaue that the would
tear her clothe. She wa o near a skele
ton that he would not have welpbed over
forty pound. Hi wife clotbed her
and be bad the room cleaned out.
8 he hod bad only one meal a d'v, carried
to her by an Idiotic girl wbo tald that ibe
had alw ay taken care of the old woman.
Wltue allowed ber to continue doing to
but watched ber and found that bo threw
the food awnv nd enme back with the
empty plate, telling wltntu that hi woman
beu eaten alt the lood. Ho then carried
the food blmielf, and the aulntaut took It
into the room. In a few weeks they had
the woman out of the cell and down Into
the tittlng-room, to changed that ber
own hutband did not know ber.
Speaking of the treatment of Infant, Mr.
Dudley tald: "At nigbt tbev were In
charge of one of the Infant. Oiie night I
aid to her that the didn't aeem to haveao
much trouble with ber liable, a tbey
eeuied to be quiet all nigbt. She aid fhe
bad found out a way to keep them tjulet.
She took down a bottle and tald that when
they got troubleome he gave them three
or four drop out of that and they were
quiet all the rett of the night. I asked her
what It wait, and the taid a lie didn't know ;
It wa unmet hing the nurse ued. I tmelled
of it, and found it wa a
MIXTCKB OF MORPHIX.
She a1d the wa put there for punfahment,
and the was determined to make ber work
a eniy a the could. I aked ber if the
knew the power of the ttuff
the wa giving them. tho tald
he didn't know and didn't care. I told
ber It wa liable to kill ome of them, and
he said that the did not care bow jmnnv of
tbem died; It wa none of ber business.
Out of the seventy-three bable Unit w ere
born there and that were brought In during
the tlrn vear we were there only one was
live at the end of the year. That wa lit
tle Jlmmle Riley."
Tbe Governor: "I should think he wan
a peculiar child. "
wltnenn: "After thoy died I used to ee
a man, "Tun," with a tmall box under
hi arm, going from the houeto the dead
bonne. 1 think that wat what thev carried
tbe dead bablu In. They never had any
ervlce over the dead during mv term
there. Araiinwhoe expense we're paid
by benevolent lady of Boston, and who
came there a a tort of inumlonurv, tald to
me oue day: "Tbl ii a verv health v place.
I have been here about three week and you
haven't bud any death here.' I talu,
'Yea, we have, '.for I hud known of more
than a dozen. He mid, 'That isatrange.
I am an official to take charge of funeral
lervlcet.' I tald, 'You don't oem to be
In the right place. If you are really
tn earnett and wlh to officiate at a funeral
place yourtelf betwoen the boutc and tbe
gate almost any night and you will hnve an
opportunity, that I provided they will wult
for you." Tbe witneet' testimony wan not
ttrtcken out on croM-exRiuluatlon'. The
hearing will be continued to-morrow.
Mint Fanning testified the got to much
piece for transporting boxee, tbe content
of wblch ib did not know. Shtv-took up
the butlnew after the denth of her brother,
wbo wa previously engaged In it. Tbo.
Marth, Jr., paid for thin work. Tho latter
thought it would be lnoonvenlont to have
the work done by any one else, so the took
It up. Gov. Butler examined witneti very
harply. ud endeavored to make her
acknowledge ibe knew what whs belni
traniported, but witness would nut
acknowledge It. She had been paid a late
laat ' November, and there hail been
boxea transported lnce. Mr. Charlotte
A. Thomas, of Andover, In churn of cv i -tain
department of tbe aliu-bouse, testl.
fled Dr.-Pease, the female doctor .who
attended patient, evidently did not know
her bustnei. Three patient lost their
live through her treatment. She bad dif
ficulty In vetting clothe from Mr. Murth
to lay over the dead, and heard the inmuto
complain that good clothing wa utkeo from
them. A dead child bad been neglected
too long and when tbe father came for tht
body block of wood wat put Into the cof
fin and inrvloe held over that. Tbe face of
n Insane girl who had been laid out waa
eaten by rata. Of Ibe 830 pounds of buttor
made per month one pound a day wat given
the Inmate. The balance went, to Capt.
Mtnh. Skimmed milk was given the In.
mate until forbidden by the Inspector.
She bad been told by Mr. Marsh to take
theftannoli from the women when be
knew It would endanger their health,
When company wa expected a wonderful
haoge wa made and everything put In the
beat pottlblt condition. The Investigation
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY tfORNINO, APRIL 4.
A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY.
A Fatil Quarrel Between Friends About I
St. Louis, April 8. At balf-paat one
o'clock thl morning, a clerk employed at
Leubrle'i store on Franklin avenue, wat
shot twice through the head and instantly
killed by Albert wing, voting commercial
man from Owennboro, Ivy. The killing
waa witnessed by Ettle Davit, t beautiful
young woman whose home U at Green
vllle, Ky. Tbe shooting occurred at No.
1120 Pino street, the bouse of Mr. Pretty
man w hose husband wa murdered bard by
there about two year ago.
Tbe youog woman 1 of respectable and
well to-do parent, but sbo but been way
ward for some time, and on three occadoni
ran away from home with Wing, being
each time persuaded to return to her home.
On Saturday eveulug she arrived here with
him and went to tbe houe of Mattie Rob
em, No. 103 North Tenth itreet, where
the formed the acquaintance of voung
Glenn, who frequented there, letter
day Glenn rented tbe back
parlor of Mr. Pretty man and
last night be and Wing took possession of It.
Tbey went out and about 1 o'clock this
morning they returned with the young
woman. Half an hour later two Ditto!
hot aroused tlte boiutebold, and tbe hi J
inatea, wbo minea down atatra, ttw vlng
making hi escape, while tbe woman wat
teen standing In the lighted room by the
body of O.ciiu, wbo was already dead.
Wing met a reporter and asked a question
which aroused suspicion and led tbe
reporter to send the police after him, ef
fecting his capture. The woman I alio
A YOUNG CAMEL.
How The One Born in Central Park the
Other Oay Looks,
Xkw York, April a. There ha -sen
an Interesting Increase In the happy family
of bird and beast which are asVmhled
around the old arsenal in Central Park.
The latest comer Is a camel which began
it career of earthly trouble on Saturday
night. It Crtt experience of life wa a
rare one for a camel, for it found
itself reposing In a heap of
now. Nevertheless it did not tlih
for the hot tand of tbe great 9ahara, which
ought to have been It native blrtb, but
ftrooeeded to make lteelf a comfortable aa
t could until day dawned and a keeper re
moved the youthful quudreuped to more
comfortable quarter. For six hour the
little Infant wat not permitted to draw
nourishment from the nutur source. Tht
OLD MRS. CAML
wa rather Inclined to be ungracious, toward
her little one and the had to be tied up
with strong ropet before she would permit
the caresses of ber babe. Said babe it
a mnt the size of a colt. It couilsU
pr nripally of leg. Tbee aro long,
cumbersome and arently muoh In
th -n' own way. jbe iuutut utmel ha a
back J tut like" any other anluaul't. There
hi no hump visible yet. The keeper ttyi
that the voting beast will tprom a hump In
course of time, and be a proud of It aa a
boarding-school boy of the drat down on
hla upper lip. Its neck Is so short tbat It
could not eat grass, were there any to eat,
without lying down. Thl slight discrep
ancy, hnwevor, will be remedted wlthtn a
year. This young animal is the third camel
born tn the park. HI mother waa bora
there before htm, and he la, therefore,
WisRiNGT'iy, April 8. The cross-examination
of Doney continued. He taid Boi
ler tookawav the book referred to. to show
to Bliss. An attempt wa made to show
that the complexity of aocounta ntcestl
Utmi tbe keeping of books by Rerdcll, but
witness strenuously maintained tbat no
tuch hook had been kept, and that tht
agentD and employes had been paid directly
upon rendition of' their aircmnt. Witnet
did not know how long John Dorsey bad
been employed. He had been paid by
witness or Herdell. Did mt know who
kept hi account. It made no difference,
for tbe money came oui of his (witness')
pocket. witness explained that
the check for 47,500, drawn
In favor of Kerdell, had been given to th
latter when witness w as about to leave tbe
city, he wanted money.indlhad no Unit to
go to the bank. Rerdell returned with the
money, and It waa placed In witness'
valise'. Merrick asked if that was not an
unusual proceeding for a capitalist to draw
a check for o large a turn (the order of hit
check) Instead of drawing to hi own order
and endorsing it. Witness answered it
might have been an unusual proceeding for
a capitalist, but he did not happen to be
one. lie regurded it a the most natural
thing In the world. He wanted tbe monev
and sent for It. John Dorsey and Peck
had been paid $10,000 each.
Tbe flection lit Ciuelnnattt
Cincinnati, April 8. Unofficial return
from all but one precinct of the city thow
tbe Democrat have elected tbe Mayor, the
two Judge of the Supreme Court, a mem
ber of the Board of Public Work, tbe
Treasurer. City Solicitor, Police Court
Judge and three member of the School
Board by majoiitlei ranging from 100 to 4,
30i). The Republican elected the Comp
troller, Prosecuting Attorney of Police
Court, Director of the City Infirmary, the
Wharf master and 8 member of tho Board
of Education by majorities ranging from
200 to 2,900, A precinct to be heard from
may defeat Peck, Democrat, for the
Superior Court, and Sprlngmeler, Demo
crat, for tbe Board of Public Works,
A Great Bench Show.
Pittsbcbo, Pa., April The fifth an
nual bench thow, under the auspices of the
Western Pennsylvania Assnclutlon, hut
opeued and will contlnuo the balance of the
week. Noted canine to tho number of
four hundred, from all parts of tbe Ultlted
States nnd Great Britain, are on exhibition.
J. M. Taylor, of Lexington, Ky., and J.
J. Kirk, of Canada, hava boeutolevtod at
New York, April 8. General Hancock
was visited at Governor's Island by ex
President Diaz. The latter wa accompa
nied by General Frisleu, Honiara and
Hocheco. Hancock and staff received the
visitors ot the lending, tbe band playing
National air. Twentv-one gun were Urea
as a salute to the ex-President and fifteen
gun In honor of General Romero. The
guestt lunched with Hancock, '
WiNNicrKO, Manitoba, April 8. -One
hundred and twenty beads of Freiuh
Canadian families, repttiiMed from the
Industrial center In Massachusetts, arrived
here In charge of Rev. Father Molo, parish
priest of thelTurtle Mountain District, aud
go south ny the CauadajPactdo Railroad en
route to tbelr destination, tbe fauilllet fol
lowing In autumn.
A Bis Blase,
WirxiiMBTORT. Pa., AprltS. Six brick
and two frame building burned early this
morning In Jersey Shore. Tho lot I esti
mated at $78,000 to 183,000. Tbe Poit
offloe wa destroyed.
. A IMmoettatlo Tlelory.
Cleveland, O., April 8. Tbe Demo
crat eleot John H. Fwrley mayor by nearly
4.000 majority! also tbe whole city Uoke.
14 out of the 18 counellmen, and 7 out of
tht 9 member of the Board of Kduoatlea.
eoBtxoiUikf both bodies.
Tate Tevla Olveree cmm.
8t Louis, April l.In Judge Bar
slav't court-room, No. 8, the Tr ie scan
dal was quietly disposed ottbl morning
by the granting of a deuree of divorce to
Huh If. Tevit, the Injured hutband, with
custody of Helen K., tht four-year-old
child of the union.
IIKush Ttvls and Ab. Grimee, ex-police
man, testliled to tbe circumstances tbut led
to the shooting of Frank T. IgUihart on
the afternoon of November 7 last, when
Iglrbart ami Mil. Katie R. Tevtt were ur-
Sriaei a they came out of Mrae. Durand'
(reputable establishment, on Singleton
street, m ar Fourteenth. Tbey had seen
Mr. 'I c vls leave her father' residence on
Olive treet about 1 o'clock that afternoon,
Ukt an Olive itreet car, get oft at Four
teenth, take a blue car en Fourteenth,
going south, get off at Graoiot and thence
make ber wav to Mine. Durand't
place, which she entered at I o'clock.
Tevis and Grime had a buggy,
whtob tbty left at a ttable on Fourteenth
itreet. After lingering around outiide
awhlli they went into tbe botltr-room ot
the gu-houe on tbe north side ot Single
ton, through a window of which they had a
full view of Him. Durand's, Immediately
opposite. They taw Mr. Tevit and Frank
Iglehurt coiut out of the house at 5 o'clock.
Ihey stopped a while In the doorwty,
laughing and chatting with tht landlady,
then onme out and were proceeding east on
Singleton street, wbtn TtTii ran out of tbe
gas-boust and tnot IgUihart. When Iglev
hart fell Mrs, TeyU trtttjHej )
raised him tofts elbow. She supported
him to hi feet snd he walked rapidly away
In a western direction along Sicgleton.
Mrs. Tevis took a northwesterly course
across a lot, and Mr. Tevis and Grimee
came down town and afterwards went to
the Four Court. That wat all regarding
Detective Henry W. Huthalng testified
to going to the Tevit residence on business
tome time last May. He was admitted by
a servant girl, who said htr mistress was
up-italri. Huthslng went up to tht door
of tho room which wa Mrs. Tivii' bed--room
and found Iglehart there, partially
undressed, and Mr. Tevit In a wrapper.
Upon this testimony tbt decree was
granted. Tbe parties were married In
Philadelphia, January s, 1878, and lived
together until November 24, 182. Mrs.
Tevis, whose maiden name was Beale.
went east after the shooting, and It sUU la
that tection ot tbe country.
A Mother's Hying Reqweat to Her
Dnntrhtor Marrlexl UrttUfled.
New York, April 8. Tht marriage of
Miss Flora Carleton to tht Rev. Charles P.
Fagnanl, which wat Intended for tome
day in May, but which took place laat Sat
urday afternoon at the death-bed of the
bride 'a mother, was moet solemn. While
attending service In tbe church of Dr.
Howard Crosby, last Tueaday, Mr. Carle
ton wa suddenly aeiied with pneumonia
and compelled to Uke to her bed. When
Dr. Crosby called on Mr. Carleton last
Saturday afternoon, (he told him the re
alized that her recovery was hopeless, that
her one ?rent wUh remained unfulfilled,
which was to witness her daughter's mar
riage, Mr. Fagnanl wo then in tbe house
and quickly summoning tbe frlendt to act
at witnesses, Dr. Cosby gratified the dy
ing woman by uniting her daughter to him
at ber death -bed. Mrs. Carleton only
lived long enough to bid them God-speed
In their life's Journey, which waa closing
for her. The itev. Mr. Fagnanl it a
graduate of Union Theological Seminary of
the clasa of '83. He wa ordained laat fall
and I pastor of Grace Mission, on East
Twentv-Second street, branch ot tbe Rev.
Dr. Crosbj 'i church.
Excitement 1st New Twrts trwr the '
Failoreot a1e)edo Basalu
New York, April 8. Tht Commercial
Advertiser my the failure ot tbe banking
house of C. II. Coy & Co., of Toledo, has
caused a great amount of excitement tn
banking circles here, especially wbon tbe
failure it ascribed to tbe declination of a
New York bank to honor their drafta as
agreed. Mr. Thompson, president of tho
Chose National Bank, which waa the New
York eorespondeut of Coy A Oo. , tald that
he did not think it fudlelout for a banking
bouse to have a railroad telescoped with It,
and therefore gavo order tor the accounts
of Coy A Co.. to lie kopt within proper
banking bonds. Consequently tbe balance
on the nooks of the Chase National Bank
are on the right tide. Tht bank would
have nothing' to do with tht Toledo snd
Indianapolis Railway bond. At tbe Park
Bank the reporter was informed tbat Coy
A Co., endeavored to draw more than wat
considered Judicious, and tbe bank In
formed them that thl could not be done,
and tbe drafts were not honorwd. How
far this hat led to failure, the officer
declined to sav, or what amount of tht
bond wa held bv them, hut they believed
tbe Park Bank did not bold all all thebondt
of tbe railroad.
Cheyfnne, April 3. The tenth tnnua
meeting of the Wyoming Stockg rower
Aisodatlon I being beld here. Tbe re-
fiort of the executive committee thow that
ast year 22", 000 beef cattle were Inspected,
an increase of A2.0OO over the
prevtout year. About a thou
sand head were killed by tbt Union
Pacific road. It further tbowt that herd
breeding cattle is selling at twenty-five per
cent, higher than last year, and thirty mil
lion of Scotch and Kngll.h capital were
Inverted during the yotr In Wyoming,
Text and tho Panhandle. Drive from
tbe west have cessed; thote from Ttxat are
. Philadelphia, April 8.The tult of
tbe Government az:iiut the Philadelphia
and Heading Rail mad for $40,000 and
Interest, being five per cent of the Internal
'revenue tax on the surplus earning for
three year prior to 117, wa decided In
the United state District Court in favor
of the defendants. President Gowan
having produced a receipt from tbe agent
of the Government tor the money In con.
Nkw Yohk. April 3. eVhedule In the
matter of the assignment tor tht benefit of
the creditors of Jocph A. Hardy A Son,
Importer and Jobber In drugs, wert
tiled to-day. Liabilities, $9S,3Ul; asset,
Pittston, Pa., April 8. -Tbt miner at
Turin Shaft, operated by tbe PltUton Coal
Company, itruek on account of the com
pany refusing to employ a docking bot
appointed by tbein.
Mt. Forest. Out., April 8. -A train on
the Toronto, Grey and Bruce Railway
reached here Monday night, the first since
March ft. The snow It m til 1 deep and tlolgb
Ing It unimpaired. . .
M ambon. Ind., Apriia.-Jno. Bankt.
ton of Mr, Geo, Bunks, living on tlte farm
ofW, 8. Banks, in Hunter's Bottom,
Ky., accidentally uliot himself Monday
Bricklayers Mtrtk Eade4.
Cnicaoo, April 8. The strike of tht
brink layer la practically ended, the em
ployert conceding the demand of the
workmen, four aud four aud a balf dollars
SEbALU, Mo., Aprils. Miller Bullard.
superintendent of the telegraph line ot the
Gould ytom. died In tbl city at 8:30 this
morning, aged 88 year. Hi was unraar
HaftiusnuRO). Ps., April I. -A charter
wo issued to-day U) ths MeTtgbe. Electric
Light A Manufncturlng t., el FfUsburg.
Capital Hook 8800,000,
London, April 3. There Is unwonted
excitement in the! ilea market, A firm
prominent In tho trade, which ba extensive
agencies in iiurtnab, some time since made
considerable sale of rice to arrive, tn ex
pectation of -retting supplies from native
aouree and teeming large tonnage for
England. Tin null vet tiW I their supplies,
probably on uc.ount of belu advised of the
atate of the oversold English market, and
largo purchases Imd to be made In tbe open
markothern for the purposo of fulfilling
contract. Rangoon rice Inn rlten 10 per
cent, the past week. As fa consequence
failures art expected In the trade,
A NEW COL'ltT.
London, April 3. During Momlay'i
debate In the Common, Paruell urged tbat
further execution' in Ireland be suspended
until a Court of Criminal Appeal hot been
established and put In operation. Th bill
to establish this court reuched t second
reading lu the Commons Monday. i
' JOHN HHOWN'S FfNK.RAL.
London, April 3. The Queen, although'
not so well us Moudav, attended the funeral
tervloc over tliu bud v of Jobu Brown tikis
., .KUt.iY. ...... . .
rBEtttiN', Apri a. The statement of tht
imperial jiaiiK oi (m-i'muii'v rhows t de
crease in specie of 7,5:'J.o.)0 marks,
HOPK8 0 : COMPKOMiaB.
Londox, April .'l.-A dispatch from
Berlin say thai although Prussia, in an
iwer to Cardinal J:ioob'ti1, tbe Papal Sec
retary of Stale, lias ref:ted to aooeda to
the demands of the i ardintl relative to
tbe education ami tun appointment of
priests, there Usuil bopo of compromise.
An answer nf Jsenbml, which Is expected,
will go far towards deciding whether
negotiation are to fall entirely.
Berlin, April 3. Telegrams wen re
oetved by various members of the Reich
stag from Kiel, announcing Herr Volmar,
tht Socialist member of that body, wat ar
retted there this morulnir.
Marrisgs of Hon. Wm. Evarts1 You ngett
New York, April a. The Hon. Wm.
Evarts to-day Ht fioin tnve awnv in mar
riage his youngest duii.'hter, Ulna Louisa
Wardner Evans, to Dr. elm, b. Scudder,
of this city, sou of ibe Hon. Henry J.
Scudder. Tbo cvrcinonv tjok place in
Calvary Episcopal C hurch, corner of
Fourth avenue' nnd Twenty-lltst street,
and wa performed by Bishop William, of
Connecticut, assied by the Rev. Dr. Sat
terlee, rector of the church. Immediately
after the services at the church a wedding
breakfast to one hundred and fifty guest
wa given at the family residence, 281
Second avenue. Mr. Ki.irls has married
three daughter within the lust eighteen
months. One was married last October
and one lust August at thcjfutiilly country
seat In Windsor, Vt., and Mi Louisa'
wedding madu the third. He ha five
daughter, ouly one remaining nnmarried.
They are all very handsome aud charming
aiiii, aud have beta veut favorites In
Washington society. Mr. Evarts Is par
ticularly fond of hi daubsters, all of
whom are devoted to him.
Salt Lake, Apr:! 8. Tbis morning'
Herald advices slnte that the floods in Bear
Lake Valley dashed out ?ix bridges on the
Oregon Short Line, tiMiiprarllv impeding
the running of trains. i be damage will
soon be repaired. The first through train
on the Bin (.ran tie. ; r,g- :.ik) Monuon
converts, Is exti 'tvi
APRIL, 3, 1SS8.
1.1 vs. Moehu
CATTLE U c.ik: exports $0 407:
rood to choice iffi OOfa'Ci 40; common to fair
5 40cS 90; butcher r foidH 8o; stockcrs
and feeders fa yuM 00.
HOGS-Price uiichnntreil nt $7 20 7 75
for Ught, $7 157 5.'i for hacking and $7 70
8 15 Tor heavy shippers to butcher.
. CATTLE Slow and 10c to2.)0 lower than
HOGS Market slow mid oe to 10- lowtr;
range $0 00fe7 06; bulk ilcs $7 3Jr7 SO.
No Board of Trade in Chicago, and the
afternoon calls In M. Louis and Toledo
WHEAT April l 11 b; Mav $1 13 b;
Juno $U4S'b; August $1 liK'b.; year
CORN Mav 67; June ns1 .
OATS April 45 b; May 4.V..
WHEAT May i 'J1W '' : Juno $1 22.
CORN Mav ('; .luue fi7.
OATS May &'."s; June 5;).
HOGS Strong and light grade higher;
very scant supplv. Light to choice York
er 7 iW7 tW; heavy shippers .f7 Wf7 75:
butchers' to extra 'tieavvif'7 tilfoS; skip
and cull .ftl WaU 7,'i.
SHEEP Quiet iilid steadv, demand
good and prices firm at $.1 T3i'a0 75 for com
mon to fancy.
Cow and calves $WHI0; light shipping
K17.V36 23; heavy shipping steers $(l5orci7;
fair native stock "ulcers, uv. "00 to wo lb.,
$4 Sfcaio; good to prime native cow and
heifers $4W512S ; common to fair native
oowt 3 73S1 W.
Connlry rroilttce, tie.
BDTTKR Creitniery Choice to fancy 29
fdDOa; second nt best dairy rate. Dairy
Choice to fancy iiloV .'o; occasionally a
tbade more for gilt edge pkgs ; medium and
low grado nominal ul 10W1H. Northern
Roll Choice at lifelH; medium 1416.
Near-by make not so plentiful, not de
mand limited choice loul7; medium lid
14, low grade Wd 12.
EGGS Largely lower; Into salet wert at
14c, while early a fiaci liui moro wa ob
tained for tmall lot. Goose egg plentiful
and slow at 80.
POULTRY Live Chlckoin In liberal
receipt, and ai demand was not to brisk
tale were at little lover prices Cock
t3 60r3 75; mixed iflQWj TlensM 5ori)4 7ft;
Turkey In good request nl Ti'J'ai. for hem
and small gobbler und !)iii"t lS for large
gobbler; Duck steady und salable at $JoO
(cci for tmall to tnedlutii, nndfl ZYi 75 for
cbolot to fancy large: (leeso neglected and
nominal. Dressed Turkov fair sale at
17l8o rb. but chickens, geese and ducks
LEAD Unchanged, Salo, 8 can refined
at $4 12 X.
Country markets steadv. Good mled
American corn oft coast declined 3d. No. 1
spring, red winter nnd California wheat off
coast deollnod Oct ; No. 2 spring wheat U
arrive declined S.if ()d; red winter, wheat to
arrive declined 8d. Weather in England
bright. Spot wheat not iii'K'h doing; No.
1 spring 0 2d No. 2 spring 8s 3d; Western
winter 0 id. Mixed western corn quiet at
s 7d. Demsnd from United Kingdom
and Continent, not much doing la htaj
will cure dyspepsia .heartburn, i
ria, kidney disease, liver complaint,
and other wasting diseases.
enriches the blood snd purifies the
system ; cures weakness, lack t
energy, etc. Try a bottle.' -
is the onlv Iron preparation that
does not color the teeth, and will not
cause headache or constipatiot), as
other Iron preparations Will.
Ladies and all sufferers from neu
ralgia, hysteria, and kindred com-j.liint.-,
will find it without an equal.
Head and Circulate.
The Illinois Central K. B. Co.
Will tell u of tit r tmstnlng land at one col
lar per acre less than the present prtc. from tad
tlme ootil the first day uf Octoher. 14. Alter
that date the present prtres wltl he restored. All
who!- t purcbe hoold avail tbemeel-es el
tbls liberal offcr ai once. p. DAUQY,
Foi particular Inquire of
M. KASTiROAT Ct'.,
Agt. for 1 C. R. R. Laede,
UL. A .OKSALllTBt
Nhop no llailiday Aveune, brtweeo s'.iarth aaS
.Sixth Btroete, Cairo, Illinois.
per All kinds "I t'liht and titiary blaekntthUg.
waaron and carriage work done Is the not! vswl.
manlike nanner, H iree-shoelng a specialty aitd
Fi x i T
th stir, hetwees Coml Ave. and Lev. v
Oivmo, itsumotn ,
CHOKE BORINO A PPfOIALTT
ALL KIM18 OF JkMONITIO!.
tUfta ReMltet. All Kind 1 Est at4e. V