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Whilt other Baking Fowdtrt mrt krgtlf
adulterated with Hum tnd tthtt, ttrtftt
bat been kept unchanged in all it origin
purity and ttrength. The belt trident at
it tafety and fleet i rente it the fact at
its !.ing received the hightei teetimeni
tie item the mat eminent themitt it tat
United State, who hare analyzed it, fret'
it introduction to the preeent Urn. Ho
other powder thorn to good retuttt if tht
true tettthe TCST OF TH OVIU.
IT IS k PURE FRUIT ICIO BaKINC POWDER
. -MAPI T-
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Ixmle, Mo.,
BaaafkataranW UfilhlMtlMH, IV. PrlM'a IfxW
llararta Batr-,,, aal Mr. trim" Calw f.i .
for pyapapala, ,
C kroale DUr- 1
rhcea, Jaaedlre, '
Impurity af thai 1
ItliHtd, reverted :
ft all Ptaeaaet
tiuwl br I
rangemeut of liver, Bowel tad Kidnap t.
TMPTOMH OF A DISEASED 1.ITKB. '
Bad ilreath; Tain la the tMt, toateiune Uw
tun It frit under the Sh'llt-Ua4e, eaittakea for
Kheumatttia ; tmiil lt jf epeattto; Bnwtlt
generally eottive, toinalimri tliernating Uli Ui; .
the head u troubled with pun, it du!l aa heavy. :
villi coraideraMc Iota nl memory, a-comparuM '
ith a painful vimgnn uf leafing uiidsoe tomellung
hich ought to bv brra done; a tllgSt, dry ixiuia
anl tiuhed fate it tomeiieva aa atteadaal, oKea
atuuken for Cbmumnuoa; Ok patient loaiplaia
of wrjnntrt and dc'.mity, iicrviHn.ca.ily turtied;
furl cold ot burning, ooiiim- a prclly actuate-a
of the tkm etiMa; .pints aic lo aid or,rodeat,
and, alihuugh aaii.titii that earn tie eouM oe beat
to. ia!, yet one can har-lly tumiutu op fjrumdr la
try it ia (act, dutruvla every icmaly. Several t
the above iTmptomi a'tend the rlivwe, hut cut '
bare occurred wbca but few of dieia carted, yet
caaininiuon after death ha ahoaa the Uver (a
lure been ciicaaivcly deranged
It should be uaod by mil perta-a. eld Bad)
young, whenever any of Ike above
ymptomt appear, j
reraooa Traveling or Living la Ca
healthy Localities, br takinf a do otcaaloa
ally to keep the liver la healthy action, avoid
all Malaria, lUlioua attacks Diai-iaeae, Neu
tea, Drovuaet-.. Deprcttioa of Spirits, etc. It
will Invigorate tike a kI of rnc, bat U Bo
If You have eaten anything- hard af .
dlgeettoa, or fcel heavy ahar itaia. ev aleea- ,
leu at night, uk a dote and you U1 bt labevad.'
Time and Doetora' ItlUe win he mv4
by alwaya keeping the Keg-ulator
la the Ilouaet
For, vrutever the ailment nay be, thoroughly
aafe purgative, alterative aad toale caa
oarer be out of place. 1 he reairdy ia harm leu
and doe not Interfere with baalaeee or
IT 14 PTKELT VEflET.iBLK,
And hat all the power and efficacy of Calomal or
(Quinine, without any of the rajunouf after tdecM.
A rrfiveraor' Teetimonf,
Simmoni Urer Regulator hat been in uat in ay .
family lor vtme lime, and I am taiitfied U ia a
valuable addition to the medical tdence.
J. Uiix &mTK, Governor of Ala.
Hun. Alexander H. Mepheu, of Ca.,
at : Have demet! vnie benefit trom the ut oi
Simmont Uvet Kegubtx, ta uh to give it
M The only Thing that never fella to.
Itelleve." I have ud many rtmrdiet for Iy
peptia. Liver Arrcctioa and lebiliry, but nerer
have Kund anything to benefit me to the cateat
itimawnt Liver Kegulalor hat. I tentnoai Wio.
netnta to Oeorgia fov It, and would eod furthar for .
tuch a medicine, and would advite all w ho are liav
ilarly affected to give it a trial at it aeena the only
thing that never faili to relieve,
P. M JaNNrr, MitmeapoUt, Mini.
Dr. T. W. Maaoo aayat Krom actual ti
perience in the lite of Simniiint Liver Rrgalator ia
aiy practice I have been and am tatithcd la uet
aad prescribe it at a purgative medicine.
jfajfTaka only the Genuine, which, elwtri
hat on the Wrapper tht red Z Trade-Marh
and Signature of X H. ZKILIN CO.
1XR SALE BV ALL DRUGGISTS
QKOUGE II. LE.ICH, M. I).
Phvrioiau find Surgeon.
8)uc.l atienilou paid to the omeopathlc treat
inot nt urlcal dltuaae, aud illteaiv of women
oillce: uu 14th mreHt,otpi4li tit Putt OHc,
' lr. III.
H. J. K. STHOXO,
128 Commcrrkl Ave, Cairo, 111.
VAPOtt. KI.KCTKOVAPOIC M MBDICiTXD
A Uilv In ktluuilaure.
J) IV W. C. JOCFLYN,
(r-iK'a-Bighlh Htreet, Dear Oonjtjerclal Avea
K. K W. WHITLOCK,
i)ntal Surgeon. -
Uvnui No. 1M Comaierclal Avae, kutweea
V,er i ant ntiitn street
ruOPHIETOR OF, PPROITS P4TI1ST
Wholenulo' Dealer, in loe.
JCr I) C Til B CA.H LOAD OR T0M.VXI1
I'ACSKD FOR BHIPriNO
Oar LoibdH rt 8pectaltVe
Cor, Twelfth Street and Leree,
The Discovery of a Factory for
Machines. . .
ArrtU of Irishmen Believed to be
' Implicated in the Deadly Work
. Othw Importint Newi
airTviiMirJAM. April 5. The cltr pll'
Baft fit(f ttjxtn iiMpeviM lAOilily In
Leadtm ttreet, LadywooJ, nJ dlnovered
a Ftnltn nltro-Klyirine tn-tn In full
Tbi apparatui fur preparing and inirlnic
ipltnlve compound. wa eoixtnirted oa
clentlfle prlnrlil, and with all flte run
niqj craft w hich clear! r ihowed It iu rntor
to b aol only a thoroti(h cholr xii'l nm
m' hnlc, bar alee an tdept fur eiocdUnt.
for avoiding notoriety atnl preveutltiif d't.
corerr. AmonK noteworthy feattirea
Of tbi place Wat a hrewilv delnei
vtttbort for carrying the fuin up
(b cblmnev and oonturolus the wlort.
It li learned that the prenilnri to
Leditra tret were,tkrn two month ko
by man named Whitehead, an Irikb
American, w ho bad a alien htiXK out In
front nf a place Infhc.iilltijf hit Imaluett to he
bat ef paper hunger. Whltehd him
lelf wn takfii Into t:utrdr wbon the po.
He made the descent on th den, tnd U
now In :lo confliifmrnl. A fonaidemtil
luaotfty of nitroglycerine mi ii'licj by
offlrera at the time". Information U now
in the hind of d'ctlv which leiidn t'i
demnnitrate thl place It the entrl tnimi
fclory of etplod' , and the tnoit Import-
ant depot of all the ln(rul rontrlvancei In
the Kingdom. Whitehead, who I dt
ear I lied a a man about 25 year of tge, of .
dark eonrplextnti. and with marked '
American accent, baa been In the haliit of
purcbaalng the iippllet of nitroglycerin
and add which were nereaatry to run lb
Isdon, April 6. There I renewed
oltement In Gorernuieot Hrele. hectiit
f 1b report which com from Xewry, .
Ireland, wher r altuated large Govern"
anentftnftiitry barrackt, that the tentluel
landing guard over lb powder ruuaxln
challenged a man who wa dltcoverea leal
login wall. The aeotry flred a ahot Ind
gar the alarm. The aearr-h for the In
truder waa fruUloka, but the guard aa
doubled and order wr iatued to tak
eery precaution to prevent a aiirprlte.
Iximo, April 1. More precaution ar
being taken at Winaor Cattle. It la even
hinted tbe whole rcniplrecy nere and In
Amarica will be expoaod. Whitehead t
eiamlnauon thia afternoon at Birmingham
f'eveloped nothing atartltug.
Lo.tiiox, April 5. -The Iriah pollc
here inatU two nirtaef arroet In (lie iub
nrb of Lauibatli, In connection with the
Ban arreated lau nlyht. Tbe latter ia now
aid te be aa American. Nearly half a ton
nltro-glvetrln ha bees aeixtd in Lon
a iENaaTioxai. iRRKeT,
f awiiav A Tirll n v 4 aamtvreeklv
awipapr railed tbe City Preaa, In an ed-
lllou publlahed Weifnenday evening.
annouuoea tnat it naa receiveu a iiver
rtthmit liriitiire III which the writer
taratned to blow up th Government
oflce. The affair waa referred to th
police, and late at night KnglUh detective
KAdliiiifl h initnilkfira Af th IrUh Sait
Sen Itv (ucveedud In arreatlng a man who
bad In hit poteion quantuy or amir
tuppnaed to be dvnamlt. The arrwl
oauied a decided lenaatlon. Tbe de
tective had followed tbeprlaouer frin
Maniheatai' a be nunearhil a atltfulnloiia
Fhararter, and when the latter appeared be
waa at once arreatea, neiug toeu in trie
vicinity of Klret ttreet. He la now In Bow
Street Station to await the report of the
fcrmv nfWMala at Wnnlwlrh. who era an
gmxd In a chemical examination of the
material. The ponce regard tne arreat at a
uol Important one. i'tiU la evldenocwl by
the fact that alnoc it tvaa made prccautloti
havebeen renewed, Kspeolal attentlou la
tinw helnir riven tn the nrntectlnn nf build-
Inn In which are Irw-ated nlUaiali of the
ralnUtiT ana ail mtniic omcian, r.xtra
eentlnela are pouted at Windsor Caatle nnd
the Poat-offloe, Polloemen and detective
re keeping a I'lnee watoli In iniplolom
TH K QI IIX.
1x)ndon. Aurll 6. Th Queen look a
Iavmiv. Aurll A. Tba werklv alate.
ment of the Hank of KntjUttd ahowt a
decreate In liulllon of f.TXOoO. The pro
portion ot th bank reierv to llaldlltlet ia
Mft-16 per rent.
til. PeTf.RHBfRfi, April ft. Develop
menu of the tituioet liiiporiance are ex
peeled In connect I on with tbe foithconiltiK
great trial of the MhlllMt In tlila city. It
Vm originally bnlie'(i thl trial waa the
Uat of th kind on the Hat. Recent
rreitt, however, mad other trlala prob
able, and It la the protein Intention to
arraign h newly (Ho overed plotter either
bfore the roroiiHtlon of the Vint or
direct It f',r- 'l'h acctiaed have, with
three exception, already ploinled guilty to
belonging to the party which theyaetert ia
In fao? aa well at in namo "The Will of the
KtuKKrOKT, April 6. -The Oazette
puhllahe a telegram from Moacow itatlng
a li mine hat been dUoovered connect
log with th Kremlin, where thg roronit
tlon of th f.'zar U to take place. The tele-
f ram alio itatci a raqueit ha been wired
o Ht. l'trahurg for a hundred aappei a t
be tent at once ta Moicow for tbe ptirpoae
of destroying tht mine.
Kiel, April (.Tht natnei of th font
Moclallau arreated htrt Tueiday, whil on
their way from tht Socialist C'oiigrea ut
Copenhagen, art Bebel. Liletc, Aurr ami
.V'uiiniunater. Although thy were inm
bett ot the Relchatag, tblr paper were
aeliad and oonfj oated te the State. The
ahrewdeat tffortt of the police did not iuc
oead lirxtortlng from toe prlaoner uv
oral tvldeneeagalna their party and ther
wtre Inallr relaed,
Alton, III., April 5. The election o
i. A. aVuner u SuperTtior It to baton
(etd by hi opponent, Mr. lvla. Bi n
utr't majority It only two. Lesvla aiked a
receunt, end tn agrttmeot to that effect
watmadt, but Bruatr withdrew from It,
indited twrttmt agtinit it. Levi will
eontMl Bruntr'l eleoflon,
Paraadl let aatH.
J i 1.1 AM T, April o.-John A. VTIIion,
If and two daughuri were burnad to
talk id aouaa three mil from llart
f ft, tteefe eeuiit. earl; tall neralaf .
CAIRO, tUjyoIP, FRIDAY
' IlUaale Leelela'ara.
lrtiN(iFtni.u, April .--Boih home of :
the Leglalature met Wednesday afternoon
ate o'clock, henator Maeou pteldil In.
the Senate but no buitineae was tranaiti'ied.
there being bo "pioniin present. In the
Uoiite teweral new bill were Introduced,
nd twenty -four were read the lirtt time
and referred. A petition for u appropri
ation for the pruftervitiiou of buttle ring
and two In favor of high lioenKt were pre
entod. A motion to rocoualder tho vote
wbrhy the motion waa lnt to umke the
prohibition resolution a ncoUI order for
July 4 was carried. Both liou.f, adjourned
to :8y o'clock this liiornlitv. '
' Tbe committee appointed some time aifo
to Investigate the affairi of I lie llliuoU
C'tntral Kallrnad ba- concluded Itt work,
and i ready te drsw tip it retort, which
will nut be preaented before tho early days
of next week, li la known, however, l bat
the report will ahow that tlie compan)' hit
paid rcgu'arly and faithfully to the Stale
(b T pv cent, on lit earniiiva as reqtilrtd
by law, and that Us accounts are in ac
cordance with the moat Intelligent ty-,tcin
ef account approved by th leading' rail
road nf the country.
The Hime oivanl'ed Ihla morning with
int'ra.lug rvlletic.as of biwlin-n Intetitlnn.
Bill ou the firt reading baln been
exhausted Wedneaday evening, tbe regular
order referred to Uu on tocond. t'w
4ew bill were Introduced. A uutnber of
etlllou were receded naliial the Harper
and all kindred bill on the subject of
llren. After tb repnrt of several com
mittee, tk bill providing for the !.illh
log of the grand )urvTiieiu waa du-cu-d
at considerable lenih, and n'nailv hud In
consideration postponed or a week, To
general appropriation bill then eame up
aud wm read. Mr. Burns moved to n-Ui
it te tbe Commute on Ktrenchnient.
After soma diiciudou thl- niMloit wu
withdrawn. 3Ir. KItnbrotigh moved to
make It the apeolal order for lWdiieMNv
next, and It wa so ordered. Bill No. Il'i
bad a second reading, and was amended
bv changing the LouUville A N'anhtlileto
the St. Louis Southeaitem Railroad, and
pasted to third reading. Mr. Morrl' rail
road bill had a lengthy dimuiaiion.
THE UNTAMED ELEPHANT.
The Narrow Escape of Pilot's Tr.iner
Excitement in a Show,
New Trik, April ft. The big elephtnl
I'llot, which until tbe appearance oj Jum
bo was tbe lr i lieaot in Ilarnuin,
Hatohlnann lUllcv'e show, vru chained
Wednesdar eveiilttti, a hl keeper
explained It. 'fore and aft" tu bN quar
ters In lb Madison Square Garden, and
the employe made a wide dlrtuuceiit patt
ing the surly onite. At about 8 o'clock
Pilot and A I hen and fr.vpky, th finale
elephant, were taket) to the trough on (be
Twenty-tUth atreet hid" of the garden,
oppotlie their atalls, to drink, trypav was
between the two nale and allghll'y tb the
iar, to that the headi of I'llot and Albei t
were about on a line. .Suddenly, and
without the leaat warning. I'llot.
gave a furious lunge al Albert, and
gav him a ' blow which toppled
him over on bli tide. As Albert roacataln
be wtt received by another blow, w bich
again upset htm, and by this tl nc the en
tire trouyv of elephant were following
with exoiietucut. uypsy In the meantime
had tiled lu foroe her wav In between the
two brutes, but Waa puabedgentlv ideby
Pllot, and the two male elephant cuine
together again wtih a ciaab. In tbe butt
ing straggle w blob followed three ut th
post supporting tbe floor of the amphithe
ater above were knocked down. Tbe
beam, forming theae po.u were sixteen
icebf rnare, and they were firmly braced
both above and below'. Aa toon' a tb
light began, Mr. jfewmnn, tba tralnor ttr
charge, hurried (o the epol, and by vigor
ously beating Pilot succeeded In driving
him back to nl stall and chaining both bis
for feet to the floor. While thl wat
being don the elephant stood with
Hit TRUNK At I J TAIL tri.lKTKD
and hit huge ear spread wide open, but he
made no effort to reelst tbe cIihIii. A
Mr. Newmau arose, however, after ecur
log tbe brute. Pilot made a Inline al bltn
w(th his head and struck him in the mouth
with hla tuk, brea1 lu one of the upper
leetb and innannlng the other and knock
lug tbe trainer half "eotelea to the floor.
Pilot mad a ooud blow at him with his
trunk, lutt touching hla cheek, which still
abowa the mark or the blow, and then
teeing Newman' bat, which had dropped
from hi bead aa he fell, tbe elephant tent
ed hit rat on this, tearing It to sliredi In
hi mouth tii an Instant and then
tamping on It viciously. Nawinuu roae in a
dazed condition tud Mannered a wav. With
lb exception of the Injury to Ids teeth
wet not badly burl. It who decided
or Mr. AatlngaUll that Pilot mutt nut be
taken Into the ring tn-dav, and t tint It
would be unsafe to remove Uvpnv and
Frit-, a young elephant to whom be haa
thown great deal of affection from hit
aide. The hiiKe heaM stood between them,
lushing bis 1st' vigorously aud swaying bai k
and forth, but so ecurely li he" chained
llu I h could not niako u change of three
feet In bis position. His eye, which arc
usually meek and dull, glared savagely at
everybody wbo approached blm, and Hie
kerpera took good care not to come within
reach of hi powerful trunk.
A Man wbA Threatened to do Deaparato
Deed btit Iklal'nt.
New Yohk, April ft. MIn CMtbcrln
t.ewls 1 determined ahe will not make u,
her dlapute with Mr. Oscar Arfwidon,hcr
liiiKliand. She wdll have uoiliing to do with
him. On Sunday Mr. Arfwedsou. who had
been very bold tip totiiat time, began to
.row contrite, it wrote to his wife Unit
Tie w ould never drink or gamble agn n If
only th would take him back. There wa
tin answer. Mr. ArfwedNnn grew deaper
at tnd sent word Unit lie intended to
commit atilclde unlent the would hciiiI
him a word of consolation, tin could not
live alone. This did not have the
desired effect. MIm Lewie was olidttrnie.
and li laid to hate stated that If he hud
rut hli throat before ahc hud mule his ac
quaintance It would have Imen butter fur
her. Then came a meange ihat. Arfwed
ton wua very III Indeed and hardly expected
to live. It wai pneumonia, mingled with
his grief. To Uiti touching atiitement MUt
l.ewlt did not respond. On ihe contrnry
tho vltltod the theatre Moiidv evcpitig uml
appeared to heartily enjoy It.' Mr. Artweil
ton, on Tuoxdayj driven to hit Ut
entreuohmenta, tried the grand coup,
by convening privately to hl
wife the Intelligence thai tils moihcr waa
Ju.t dead In At alea, and had left him
4,000. Thtt he thought would prve
Irresiillble, but It did not move Ml-s
Lewis, Then he atarterl for Ptilladclphln.
where he ha some friends, evidently lin
ing given up the game. Miss I.ewN said:
"A great nuiuy rvpoilnra have come lo me
me. I absolutely refused to tee any of
Ihfin, and I now repeat that I do not wl-h
to make tny atatrtnent whatever, rxc.-n
Ing that I do not Intend to have anything
furlher to do with Mr. Arfwcdnon. Tbat
I t closed page, the mere remembrance of
which It painful enough.
Pakama, March 27. Severe tnd contin
uum rioting bai taken plaoe along the lln'
of Ihe cinal worki. orlgltiallng In ruce-h t
lred between th Jemalcans and (aitlia
xenlani. Some twenty of the former nave
beo massacred , and tne Oovernnn nl finds
tltelf unable to restore order. Arm,
ire being Indiscriminately purchased, tad
as no work It going on. and aa thern are
bout S.000 men drinking freely, icrlniti
trouble tt anticipated. The. fathmiu U
Itetng raptdlT overrun by th dregs of til
nation. De Lesaep leaves the Isthmite
to-day for New York. II Inslrti that (tbe
eaaal wilt be lalahed la ial.
MORNTN(yAP&lL 6. 1883
A LAND MONO. O.Y.
Texat Graati te Ciiioaft and LenJen
Cntcaoo, April 6. A year age the Slate
Legialature ef Texaa ceded a portion of
the Stale known a tbe Pan Handle, com
prlalng 8,000 0u0 aore, to a eyndlret rata
poaed of C B. rarwell, J. V. rarwell,
Abuer Taylor and A. C. Babceck. In von
aidcratlon tb latter war to rnt e Capitol
building Id Austin at a oust of H.JhI,.
isai, thus flxlug tb value of tbe land at Itfir
cent an acr. A London tyndlcat baa just
been given tb refutal ef in enUie trad
until April U, and the sale li declared '
be virtually oajtcluded. Tbe prlr I td
to be $lU,usi,(au. The tract UA,900mlte
square and coinprtue tb northern arm ef
th ti. and la declared to be rich In era
bl and grazing land. It te watered end
timbered to inch a degree aa U attract
three Kuglltb yndlcatea, wtt eeot tgeate
ti rois th waur for lu purobaie. Th last
agent mad two proposals, n t rent tbe
privilege of grar fug (tock, or hue the land
outright The aal we closed en the lat
ter proportion, ou condition the Sr-l pav.
ment was placed te tbe credit ef theVbl
uago owners lu tbe Bank of England the
A niVORCE SUIT
In Which St. Louitiant ar ltveetedr
Sr.Lofll. April ft. -The ' S.'Cr4 41
voice (ult is iMiitln'id t-4ay.
Ihe moat Inteieaiing teatimuu.. thiia
far is tbat of Ab C. rlm'i. Ihe
ex -Confederate, who wa employe, hv
L (. oi d to follow hia wtf on ber taerern
tour laat Kail. The manner ia which
ffilines got hia evidence wa very March
in consisting of peeut over tranaome la
h...di, forcing hlinsaif Inio a state-room la
a Sound ateamer in which Mr. JtcCord
and Jteed ware encoiied, tad
other cheeky movet, the otjIv
wonder being that Ab. didn't fl
hot id hi icarchingi after truth
Mrs. McCord wa vroat-examlned. She
spoke in very low tone at flrat, hut aa ahe
warmed up to her work ab eon Id be pl!a
Ir beard by the bald head to tbe furttier
corners of the room, ail of them not fceina
abl to get front teat. Th turlgs eelacea
the spectator by telling them thtr could
hetr all that wai, good for thatn.
Th counsel for Mr. McC'jrd wWe-d U
call more export testimony, hut the Jndte
ruled that that the ground bad been well
cover 1 and he could not affoiit te efead
any moro time. By mutnal agreement
the counsel waived irgtilng the
cane and th Judge look It under advise,
meut. Mr. McCord admitted that -be
owned 1 -1,Oi0 In real eft and had an
Income of $2,SW. Mr. McCord had pre
louslv tcU8e.d that her husband liewd
her 100 a month.
tWeptUn ta Dlaa-tteaalailawa
Dealh af Peter .
Nkw Vokk, April 5. A recepfloe w
given lo General VU. by the Produce fca
cnangn. Tbie waa a large tteilance.
The Exchange waa dreped with Jlirttcta
and American color, (and lb Seveorh
Itrtglnienl Band nirged for tb ocataa,
I.. 1'. Ilolmait, pretident of tbe Keheairr
read an addra of welcome, ta which
ila replied. Alter tbe reception Dlat
and partj , accompanied by number af
memhera of the Exchange, vialted th
grain elevator and other point of tmtereet
on the bay and liver. . .
Exhibition and member ef th In
ventor' Institute, pa reiolatlooM trf i
gret at Umprr'i daatb.. The Chamber
Lomiierxe and Commissioner- of t liaj-illa
and Correction alto took appropriate ac
tion In the matter, Tb Chainbar of Cmo
merce adopted a resolution dlaring tbat
tbe exlttlng ulMtlttoutlon on weft -bound
trafHc, as eatabllthed by tbe trunk Hnei,
discriminate unjustly against th dry good
trade, and requested the Railroad Com
mittionera of tbia .Sialelo villi New York
and Inquire Into the fact, and report to tie
I.egitlature If a change In tbe railroad law
la not dealrable.
The Rack? rarh Traceety,
Alios. 111., April 6. Th r-laquet
over tbe remain of Koa tnd LPugh look
place Wednesday in the Rocky Fork hew
where they went murdered. A threng
waa lu attendance and loin twentv wit
nnxtei wr eximliied. but n light wa
thrown on th mviterv.
Tbetheor that H br Hon or Pe Pugh
had txduced a girl living ia Hocky ork hi
fallen through, a no on will iwetr to tb
faot. Tbe Inqueit his made II evident that
the crime waa not committee for venge
ance. Soul of th wttneasea could g'
any Instance of any troubta that lnclud4
either of tbe dead men. Welch ewor that
le Pugh told him Parker bad lbratned
him wfth violence because be had gone
after Parker' dog, which bad meantime
ben found and fakeu home by tt owner,
but Parker emphatically denied the lory.
The murder wa probably committed for
robbei v. If It I true, at reported, that D
Pugh b id W with him when be came into
Alton th dav before th murder, and thtt
Hot bad fiO tn the bouse.
Wasiiisotok, A pi ll 5. Vatle 't ciit-,
examination was returned In tbe Star
route trial to-day. He tettiflaj thtt 9. W,
Horner advanced money on varlout route,
Wltnett bad no knowledge nf the timber
of men and animal used ou tne Tongue
;ier route nor the aggregate expanse of
tb equipment of the route. He kept the
running expcnici in bia head and had no
I, auk, showing the receipt and eEDend-
Iturei. Th Government and bank kept
tlielr account. Wltnesi admitted having
made an affidavit " tition tbe Vermillion,
siiiik Kalla route without bavlnr anv Doet-
live knowledge of Ihe number of men and
ttock rejulrcd. He ought to have bad l.'iO
men and the same number of bors upon
tbe Toiucne Idver route, but never ant
ployed that force. .
Creditor of Tood. Kreindi A Uu., thee
dealer in St. Louis, met Wtiduetdav la
Motion and liyured the Habltltlei at vL'A,
il 0 . ami . Iloinluill iifttoaia at yll'J.OX).
thnuth appmiaeil i much lets. S'xiy
cents unsecured l offeied by Ihe 4nn.
On Weduetditv.. Wnt. Colegrtvi1 at
Portsmouth, o., Mr. Wm. Smith at Nor
mainly, Vim., II nullu Aylewonh, a
linikeniiiii of the Wabnul! at Stanlou, 111.,
an unknown man al Bloouilngioti, 111., and
0. Olin.Mlt'ail, a couductiii', al lalla.
Tex,, were fatally Inlured by. reijrotdi
The residence of D.'. J. H. Mc.Nnd,. tt
(olumbla, Mo.: N, W. Mill (o.'s.
hirdwuie more, II, IS. Jackson 't dry
KuuUi alorc, the fnlon Hang building and
Masonic li lid Odd fellow ' 1111 at tireelet,
t'ol.t George Henry's farm reildence al
Itobinson. lit., anil'teveii limine. home
ami a lively alabie at l atlt. Trigg county,
Ky., furnlahpd food for flame wtdnet
day. - . ' '
on Wednetdat'Antlrow Hn:erndt tad
Cliarlrt Mc( artir. two bova, were kHd oa
Bond street, Ualllmore, bv igsxplonti
, aewer ruuulnr under Bond tan hf
t reel i wai (tllcT with gat, wklch sea p. 4
(t orn a leaking ttreet main and which wet
accidentally ignited by a venver-old
boy uamml Robert Sweat tbrewtag makh
down u men-hole. The atroeie were tora
MP for a distance of inveral blocks, white
private property wa extensively dewaged
liy the exploaiou. Several pereeu what
names were lot aevertalHed wore Mverelf
injund. . i
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,:' J a aVlrtellv rir.
laDltQiaroui, April I. Kentland, Ind.
Waa flatted with a deatruotlvn fire laat
Ighv, rentl'tog In alaaoti the total of th
builaea 1 portion of the town.
Twenty Arm were burned eul.tb follow
Ing befog among the principal lone: Q.
Gaff, dry food and bttlldlug. l.f"'0; A.
C. Vanderwafer. dry gMoN, .ft,Hni; Poole
t Bra., hardware, atoves aud luipleiueuis,
t,000; Mct:ulliigh aY Co., (Img-, H.WO;
feABre., groceries tud b.irlware.
ta,t10;.fnhn S. , Vealc.h. b.tnk biiildlnir,
iil.QOO: Nlcholae Kimch. aalom, M,ohi;
WeldaACoffman. restaurant. (..000; John
Hnbyrt. saloon, total lo. On stock and
building there was V-.si itisuranoe. In
addition to above numermi other loaaia
wr tuataUed, vtrjlug from S-VKi to il . -SCO.
among the latter being the lienuni
and Ipotlt Paul. Tb total lo will be
fully UOO.OOU, half af which la eoverd by
Tata laaew4 tllua.
BnainwVon, II!., April o. The balif
I growing her that tbe wltntt plan 1 to
aloie tb I)lmod thafl tnd mak no fur
ther eUampt U recover Ibe ttfiv bodlri still
entombed there. .Some of the Poli'li auf
frre, bow?r. taocv that ther wa dls
ertmiastlen mede In tbe eroh. as the lat
tit bodlei rover4 wer thoteot Scotch
ma. t nlea they make a plea to the Pol
UbCnntul It tw Biahabtt thai bo funber
iploritlont wllf b intde. owing- to th
danger. ' .
f Ttta rataa Flr. "
Al-eaxf.' 5. T.'. Xp"ff tdtt wa
Bfrnxlneed In tb .lenat and Immediately
Ordered ft third readin, to prevent auy
tttevpt K perinnate ar rr praieui Jetut
(Jbrlat br any ahaw.-alaw or draaiatlc rep
reeeotal'oe, whether free or for an adinls
aloa fee, and declare a violation of tit pro
vtajoni t mMlwaoor ptintaltable by a dnr
of not lean thae U)i, and t imprison mtat of
avt lea thaw tlx mouth. '
atlf.W4i:ifBE, tVl.. April .-U I
llmated'the lW Still paed the Leglo
Uture, ImyoHlng a ftah tnd tmprisonnient
In the ef th eatploytuejif nf children
under fourteen vi of eg, vrttt throw
1.000 out f employ went In tbi city, lb
large eigar manitftcturer employ t cod
t!d.eus ' number, and teveral hundred
tr employed a mrtert in rag and Junk
Cmirmnu April 1. Tb tepreacntatWei
ef tweety-twe marine ItMurenee eompanle
hr Wd'itv endeavored to form a pool
ter the purpose ef raiting hull rate, but
the ag ante aid aol fl ai libeftv to bind th
(batata. -The retae era tow badly
iirokee. and taketi a low i S per rnl.
iremiumwhlch meket the rtt ana-half
hat etUif season.
Ttfta Praal'leal'e eaarl
WAamsiiiox, Aprt) 4. -Arthur,-Secretary
Miller, of New Tork, left here t
leg for JacktMvilte. rlortda.
tativeeefth lhU age Tribune.
CommiTeieT (' t. the New
aadS'ewTerk fims aepaoled
' AlTata4 fear aUahlag Use Ma4la.
flfTBCrxtR'e Iiw. April J.-(inn-giC'ater.
aat'Haal foeduMler here, was
arretted Tueeday ntgtit for robbing. the of
o( Of valnabW retlerrd letter. H mad
a full enwwktatt. , ind the money w r.
I . . .f ; ; '. . . . "
Beaaaia. 4V.ercaai-aaral Btaraea.
vTA,ti'0Tov, Avrll Brur. Oen,
Joaeph K Barut (.redred i, late surgeon
(teaerel ef te I a ld ii-s Army, died at
hla realdance, In tblt cltv, tbi morning, of
Brighft, t.Ueae.. , , . , .
"" TveWwatal e anelava."
Sa rft.lrico. Cel., April o. ('k
meetlag of th Trlentilal t onclave com
nittlee Weduedar eight the Comtulitee on
Hotel reported that all Ihe il-itlng knights
will let properly aurommonated.
. aa Ea-taayar' Deal la.
Cituaoo, April 0. B. A. ttarmoud,
third Mayor ef Chicago, died thla morulng,
APltlL. ft, ISM.
HOOS-Slw at 10e loeer; light 7 lv
7 00: mixed packing $77 HO; heavy pack
iocand ehlpptngfl v7 90,
CATTLaV Lower. One car tine export
Iff 10; expona S t-Vtrn vo; commou and
Hood to -choice thlppiiig 'ai WJ; coin
mon to fair fn VW w; Imiciier VI ftO'd
ft; ttocktrtfl 104 W.
CAXTLE-Kipori iliier Ka7 IS;
good to.' havy native iteeii $0 llravi 71;
eommoh to medtum native iteer HW
ft 7ft; , fair to good fceduri H 73;i-ft7ft;
common to good stockeia f4 0'4 lo; com
mon to choice native vows and half en t-H Do
fH 90; teallawagi $33 Ml.
SHEEP Steady. Good to fancy ft 60
860; medtum to fair 14 734M 'JS; common
(M -,bfeH ftO
HOOSr-Llght 14 good Yorker 30'4
7; bfavv ahinpera t7tVali; mixed
packing 17 Sft'tvi W; butchera' to extra
r.Wi7 71 iklps and eulla yo&oraXi ?ft.
WHKAT-April 1 0'J ; May i 107 'if
108; JuHtl09i: July 108; vear
COKN-AprU 49 it ; May &4 ; June 6AS ;
OATS April 40i May Ufd Juu
4.1 ; Jury US; ywr.
I.-'. ar. toot,
WI1EAT April 11 07 b. May $1 W V'
X tollOSHl Junl lOvifia. to M 10H t
July H OtJH to CI vear Tl OH V.
COllN-Api II 47 i i Msv tUro to 41) 'i ;
JuoM toMW; July MH to.vu.
OAT8-Aprll8H b.; May 43. b.; June
J b.i JulT !WN .
.. 1 it
, . . , aw runa.
WHP.AT-Mav rl W, JuiiK.tl MH,
VOKX-rXty tOU: JuneHriV.
OATS -May ft'i; Junefti.
Co)taitr7 Prwditee, Ele.
MirnieI--Cramery--cholot to fancy jo
rtMl;icoodiat but dairy rate. Dairy
hote to fancy WtV; ooflaalonaltv a shad
more for gUtedge pkgst medium ami low
gradtt omlnafat fixiia. Northern U 1 -ebol6eVl(il8,mdluin
makt In right' lupply, but demand verv
limited quotable at 130917, aocordltig lo
quality. Sal:i: 1ft to hi fancy creamery
at aai, n
' KOtrS-Sfeady tad unchanged. Salet
were at lle. Geeie egg 2i'V10.
rOULTBY Live Ohlokeni-cock K .
taVi7;. mixed lidNMt hem ft4UKe4 7ft
turkty-f-ha and imall gobbler $12rft3;
large fohhlere llMrui ducki imill to
iium aaevrwei aeea to euoiee h mm mi
tt if per ia.
LKAD The tone of tale market la Ann.
and special hrtadi of Nflaed are salable at
' Couatrj tMfiett rethtr dull. Weather
la XagtMtl nt. Ooad mlxsd Americas
eon oT ooatt deeltaad. fJallfernl wheat
t ootet daullned M. California wheat to
arrive declined ftd. Spot wheal dull tnd
heavy; lo, ttnng 9e 9d; No. I spring fs
Mtwiitent wlaler ft. Mlxett weirn
vera auii itt afrooeig bib, umuiih
treat UalStal Elacim aad 4allat dull
itWaT Wapslav VeJa
will cure dyipeptia.hcartburn, mala
ria, kidney diieaae, liver complaint,
and other waiting diietiei.
euriclie tht blood and purlfitt th
y4em; cure weakneae, lack of
energy, et. . Try a bottle.
n he only Iron prepaxatioii that
doc. not color the teeth, and will not
cauie headache or conatipauon, a
otlirr Iron preparationt will, .
' l-ailie and all sufferers from neu
uiia, hyiteria, and kindred coov
p'aiitt-, will find it vithontau equal.
Read and (.'jrcttlate.
The Illinois Central R. R. Co.
Will Sell any or lit remaining hod at on del- 1
lr iiorseru Ictt than the prctcul price, from tata i
liinettiitll lite llr-l ilay of Octol.er. 14. Alter J
that .law ihu prevent pri- ei will he reatored.. Al
wIm. rtunirc i- purchnf vli.iiilj avail themaelru ot
rhle llrM'ttl nlV-r at once. . UAGUY. .
I I and t'oruinitaloatt 1
l'i part'.; tfi iiKiuIn- of
V. i.'ASTEKDAT Jt C'., '
-til", for I V. R. R, taa,
shop oa 11 llilny Avenue, between a'narth and 1
Hlith atrvcta. I'alro, Jlllnnia. . j
WAl' kinds, I I'uhtauilboavyhlacksnillh'v, i
wai).mi.il tairiagu work done lathe atitrl wwk -, J
manllkn manner. thr- tlioi-mn a apevialiy ia
aal lactlougiiaratitcvd. , ;
Mtinifnchirer and Dealer la
ttk Htri'., brlweea (,'oiu'l At, and Lesee,
cutiKii mmm . a . ui'jtcuuv
(lai Itottied. All Klada at Key Made.
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