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GAffiO - DA II aY I XT. X J iF.TTN
C bronte Dlar
Impurity of tha
Ulood, Ferer and
and all Disease
eauMtd bjr !
rangcment of Liver, lioweU and Kidneys.
SYMPTOMS OF A Il8EA8F.n LITER.
Had breath; fain in the Side, sometimes the
pain i frit uiuler Uie Shoulder-blade, muuliea for
Kheumatiani; general lots of appetite; Bowel
Senerallv costive, sumetimes alternating with lax;
ic head is troubled with pain, I dull ami heavy,
with cunsiderabi lost nf memory, accutiipaniid
with a painful sensation nf leaving uwlout something
which ouht to have been done; i tlight, dry coukE
and flushed face it tenotomes an attendant, often
misuken fur consumption; the patient complaint
of weariness and debility; nervout, easily startled;
(ft cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation
of the skin exists : spirits sre low and Respondent,
and, although satisfied that exercit wotdd ut bene
ncial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it in tact, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the diwa, but cases
have occurred when but few of iliem csi.ted, yet
esamination after death has shown the Liver to
bavc been extensively deranged.
It should be used by all persons, old aad
young, whenever any of tax abara '
Persons Traveling or Living la Usv.
healthy Localities, by taking a dm occasioa
ally to keep the liver is healthy act!, iU avoid
all Malaria, Bllloua attacks, Dirtiness, Nau
sea, Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, etc. It
will invigorate like s glai of wiue, iiut is ao In
If You have eatea anything hard of
digestion, or fed heavy after meal., or sleep
less at night, take a d and you will be relieved.
Time and Doctor Dllla rlU he saved
by always keeping the Hegulator
la the House I
For, whatever the ailment may be, t thoroughly
safe purgative, alterative and tonlu can
nevsr be out of plate. The remedy it harmless
and dore not interfere with business or
IT IH PtTRRLY VxtfiKTABI K,
.d has all the power and ethcary nf (otr..l nr
Quinine, witlwul any of the injurious after ejecu.
A Governor's Testimony,
Simmons liver Regulator has lieenin use in my
family l sonic tisne, aad I am sadtficd It it a
valuable addition to the medical M-ienre
J. Gill fa musts., Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander H. Ktetrtteus, of Oa
.ays: Have derived s-nsie bemht tr im the use ol
Simmons IJver Kfii-soc, and hub ti give it a
"The only Thing that never fulls to
Itelleve." I have used aianv reauuies .r ly-
Cptis, Liver A (fee lion and Debility, but never
ve sound anything to bewnt me to the extent
Simmons liver Regulator lias. I sent from Min
nesota to (Venrgia it. and aouM send further for
such a nicdicinc, sod would adt isc -il who art sim
ilarly affectnl to give it a tri.,1 as it seem the on!)
thing that never fads to reliete
P M Jaukiv, Minnirv,is, Minn.
Or. T. W. Msin aayai rum actual ex
perience in the use of iiinmns ljver k'gulator in
my practice 1 hav hewn and am tunned to use
aad prescribe it as a purgative mtdiune.
sWTTake only the Oenulne, wlueh alwavi
has on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Hlgnatur of J. II. ZKILIX CO.
K)R SALE BY ALL PRfOGISTS
(KO.GK H. LE.U'U, M. I.
I'hvr-ioian ami Suriceon.
Spwial UK-nil on paid t the Homeopathic tr.-et
n- nt of surreal itlsns.es. tad riisraset ol wont-u
O.T.i.c: On 14la lireat, opposite the Po.f O.'Ite,
)tt. J. K. .STItONQ, , x
123 Commercial Ave, Cairo, III. "
VAPOR, SLKSTRO-VAPOH iKD MBP'CAtBL)
A ladv la sttoudauce.
)H W. C. JOCKIsTN,
'Kr'it RK-.giiik Street, near Coma arela: Avacu
B W. WUITLOCK,
Orrus-No. 13 Commercial Avanat. h'.wtet
7l t i nod Nli.th Htrs.'ts
JOHN SPROAT, "
PROPRIETOR or 8PROATB PATH. ST
Wholomilo Oealei In Io.
Iff 11 F TFTB CAR LOAD OR T',)N, WTiLI
PAC-CED FOR 8UIPPIN0 -
Oar Loads a Speoialtv,
() P' X C7 Kt
Coi'.TwellHi Street ami i,eFee,
OA HO. IM.TNOtR.
E & ROSE
,wc?.V0,irf Cairo, Illinois.
DRV GOODS and NOTIONS,
a full 1 1 mi nf all the latest, nitwvit colors
and quality, and hett tnaiiufn'ture.
liody Uruaavls, Tapeatrlei, It grsmt, Oil !
Cloth a, Ao.
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
This D.pr1mn, onenpiea t futl Btnr and '
la eomululo In all resnoutt. Gonds an1 -Ktiarantcud
ol latott stla aad best in
tttrtal. Bottom Prices aud First claHU (rood. I
JfBW YORK STORE,
WIIOLEHALE AND RETAIL. ;
The Largest Variety siock
IN THK CITY.
(JOODS WOLD VERY UIXXSK
O. O. & Op
Cor, Nlnateentb itraat 1 , i M I II '
OommsrclalAvsaasf vHin's Alls
- CAIRO. ILLINOIS SATURDAY MOKNITW, APRIL 7. '
No Abatement of the Excite
ment in England.
Th DymmiU Fiendi Arraigned In
the Police Court-O'Donovin
. Rona'i Viewe.
EMU LAX Ik.
' Loxnox, April ti. The bou In Nel
nnStittie, ut , Lambeth, hri W'lUon
ami (ialla?lii'r, th Uynaiiilte ti"!i(l, wre
arrented 'I'liiii-sday, ban bi-fii placid uiiicr
pullue stirvDlllunce. Al pera o n rntk-nutf
ro i-aiefully aerulluied and noleiaken of
ilielr fi'Mnittl app-urani:e. Tli polita
hop In this way they mar secure evident.'
on vtbli'h to ha further arremv, at thy
ar convlnieil that nttineroti ai:t'oniplUf t
of the two ulrcadv it) cuslody are at Urr.
One cwiloiicn oMliis It tb fitot jiut mad
ptililfc that lurire mtna of mousy at
rnti!nr ttiU' rvala bare baan deposlttd
witli the (nk of K.iiKlaad to tbe credit of
the mini belt! In 'oiiitodv In Dublin Jill
for the Pboctilx Park and otber murdam.
Tbt anthorlllet na4e a vijforou. tfart-b for
the source of thea depoalta. but havt not
)) bcro ahla to discover It. Ilanry Dal
ion, a ho was arms'ed at tba Atnerlcin
F.xi:hanKt 'J liursday In uonnecllun with tbt
druamitr plots, reached Enrland. incord
lug in Information olitalm-d from polk
tourots, aaina time in Kfbruaiy. , Jn ap
pearand ba wat iinasamiituK and
maintained a quint, reaurvatl deroainor.
Mhilt lolfrinar about Bowles' American
reading-rwi'iu be appaarcd la ha mora In
temtt'il lit ijiktllth papers tbau American
per1oilfaln, and w.. especially concerntd
to (tet ibe latent nawa. It la understood
Xnrntan't vnun.al will bate tba defenia an
tbe piea thai ba wai au tnnont iKnt and
was rniplovfd an ritirk for HmUd tlmt by
man from the ( tilted r tales, ubo li Dot
yet arrested. I( w lit ba held that Norman
was in entire iarnoranca of tbt fact
that ibt box contained terrible explosive.
It ia alleged br partirs who claim to bit
tome knuvt larlirn of Norman that he it of
respectable blrtb and education and ram
to Ens-land expecting U find employment.
No arreta were mane in London except tba
The contents of editorials and local newt
ek loVrinnert the arrett of tbe four dyna
mite prisoner with the advice (riven by
O'Donovan Kossa to Iiiabmen to bunt tip
eren tbltiK English except tholr eoal.
Interest In tbe nltro-jflyeerine discoveries
antitlntiei to grow aud the excitement Is
Intense. The paper are making the moit
of their opportunity and selling frequent
editions, with heading "A Plot to Blow
Losdoh, April , Tbe dynamite pris
oner were arraigned In Dow itreet, and
eharifd vrlth bavtug tn tbelr possession,
with felonlout Intent, exploaive materlali.
Tbe doteutlvMi gave a full blatorr of their
chase afWr itoraaii, and xave a number of
points which, in their opinion, pointed to
bin guilt end to Intimate relation between
him and tbe other prisoner. Il transpired
that tbe name of tbe man whom Norman
elletff uifKt him ai clerk is Fletcher.
The dtvtive deposed that on Norman 'a
r-rson was found a telegram "lgnsd
letcher. At tbe ouiiolution of the testi
mony all were remanded without ball, al
tboiiVh their counsel strongly urged tbit
ball be illowed.
Bermn, April fl. Bismarck, in a letter
to tbt President of tba Eelchstag. an
nounres in a curt manner, and without
ofterlui: anv explanation, tbe arrest and
iulteiiietit release, at Kiel, of tbe Deputies
who bud attended the sfocltlltt Congi'i'"' t
hotwlttittandlng numerout protests
wliith an- bring received from America
against the Injustice of prohibiting the ini
portation of American pork into tjerinany,
tba Government wai evidently influenced
bv sanitary reaton. enl seeutt determined
to iiifnrce'the itattite til making tuch lm
An Interview with O'Donovin Romi
on Dynamite Plots.
New Tobk. April 6. O'Donovan Hoi
ia was axkrd what be knew of the dynamite
agitation In England. lie said: "You
can tell lite English Government and the
Kngliah penpl that wo propose to strike it
her until she gives up Ireland. ' ' Here Mr.
Rosu beciiuie excited, and standing up
tald in i loud and decisive tone. "Vet,
sb shnll give her up. be uuat give ber
"Are you concerned in thete plots?"
"The time for peaceable agitation hn
panted. Il iccompllHhei notuliig. Tbt
Irish people are beginning to tee that, but
It l bard to get litem out of tbutr old
"Are you receiving much money f"
"Yes, a good deal, but larger animinti
will come soon. I do not rscolvt 1,IK)0 a
"I low much to-day?"
"Here is letter from Savannah euclot
iiiit a check fur J1'.''
The Utter wi
Savannah, April 1.
Pkaii ltotSA I have sincere pleiinure In
forwarding you a check for Hi mbscrlbed
by a ferv tfevoted and )iractlcal Irfxhtnnn
living here. Thev don't belleyti It Is foul
Uh or wicked to ImnUli the IttVHdiug rob
iittrs from Ireliiud bv the most expedllloui
iiicthod. As such, they cheerfully give i
tirt sulmcrlption to co-operate with vou
and mur brave I'onipiitiiiMs toward fur
Ibi'iiiii: tliut olijci'l. The furce nf ugitatlon
has luti'i loo long the
hank, ok ntr.i Axr.
Lei us now l iv the antidote, i vlgnmut
it nd plentiful iipplicutliin of strong sliockt.
1 sent', nuiues ol suliKri'lbci's for inihlU s
tluii, und "Mi Ih.i kihikI work Increased
rlgot" mid lucceis,
Yoiiis fratiMnitlly, P, O'Kkkkx.
Mr. Knstii umilil ny nothing mine about
driiuiiilte, A (Hi nil ol Mr, Hotsu said II
wu untrue t hut uny lottrrs nf O'Uosfit hid
bet a found nit otti' ol the dyimtulte igonts
Nii'isteil In Kiistltinil. Husaa, while con
nciiteil with i list (iMiMMiltu innrtMiinnt, wai
not such u root hs in conttnlt himself bv let
ters. Ltiter the repotttir returned', Hit
iiows of the arrest nf Whitehead und the
ponlWiitloit of his nltro-glycerlne fiictory
having lieen red'lvrd, to etk Mr. iiossa
whether It was. t,nn, as staled, that While
hend la an Irish-American with a marked
Atuerlciin iicfctit, "I nin through talk
lng,"ld Mr. ltnsaa. "Ibe Hupremt
Council of the tcvolntlonary orgnlxntlon
has advised me to talk no more with re
"I have nothing whatever to uy."
"Vi licn did thl advloe of the Hupnm
Council reach .mu"
"I must deellue tn ipeak. '
"How lung must the illenoa bt main
'Do not aik met I must net ipeakl
K'a tHUu ery labia ore tattle
Here Mr. Roast remembered tbe obliga
tion bt was under and olosed b'.a II pi with
"Will lite arrest of Whitehead lutcrfere
with the boMtila opcratlous" Mr. Hose
wan asked, but be begged to be excused
frmu savlnr anything In view of tbe Su
preme Council's advlee.
Address tf the Doomed
Mart from the
: Cham E1I0N, Mo., April I. At eight
'clock Howard l lidoi wood wni shaved
and neatly dressed in a suit of white, pre
pared for him al bis request. At V o'clock
Iv. K. J. U, of Uie Klrst Baptist
C'burcb, held rellKious services in tbe Jail,
Cadervrbod Jiilnini in elnglng witn a clear,
disiiti' t v ilce, "I sui going home to-morrow.
" Immense nr wtlt c.ttne In on the
trains and by private conveyance. Hun
dreds of negroes stood for iioinn in the
rain and Kd on the scaffold, which
was erected In the Jail yard and could be
seen plainly over ths low fence
which surrounds it. t'nderwood appeared
perfWilv resistued and rnaii? lo meet hie
doom. Ills wlftand six children paid their
last visit Thursday and left for their home
at ft p. in. At twentv ntlutttHt of p. in.
tbe Mieilff placed tbe noose in position.
At ttfteea toinut s to one u'clm.'k tne pris
oner ascended tkevt-nffold, accompanied by
Kev. lies. Tbe prisoner tbcu addresseil
tbr crowd which numbered from Ave to six
Ihousftnd peratiu. He said: "My broth'
ie Mini sisters, black aud white, 1 am
landing on the
I am happy to say I nrti at rest with .Testis.
I am going to the golden slippert and the
long white robe aud walk up sud down tbn
streets of glory. I am in Jesus
anil lie It In uie. I want to tell
you all, love each other, be bonrtt,
live right." The prisoner then joined in
sliigltix "Precious Name." snowing no
fear or trembling of the voice. At Ibe
close of tbo sour li" stepped upon the trap,
was pinioned, the noose attached and at 1
o'clock the trap was sprung and Howard
Underwood had paid the penalty of the
law. After hangliii seven minutes be was
pronouuoed deadaud was cut down. The
haug!Bg passed off without a hitch or acci
dent. Howard Underwood, who wa a colored
preacher, killed Belle Lucas, a uegro girl.
In the woods. He shot ber, and neat her
bead to pleeei with the but of his gun. It
wai a clear oate of cold-blooded murder.
Tbe case was lk"U to tbe Supreme Court
and also before the Governor, but neither
SrnixariXLD, III., April 9. The
Senste met with little more than a quorum
present. Some of tbe members seem
deslrlnut of tetrleving their reputation for
expeditious work. Senator White intro
duced a motlou lhat no bilii ba introduced
except bv tbe unanimous content nf the
Senile after April 12. The rules wtre
suspended for consideration of the reso
lution, which, after nontldtrable debate,
Tbe unfinished bustuesi was tbe consid
eration of til bill providing for a board of
Inspection of mines and providing for the
health and safoty of mintrt. Tbo debate
disclosed tbe faol that tbo question was not
w hether there should ba such a board es
tablished, but of whom it should consist.
Several smendtnenu were adopted, one of
which cbingei tkt ige at which boys may
work In mines from 11 to U year. Tbe
bill waa ordered to a third reading. The
famous road and bridge bill was passed.
andtb Senate adjourned wltb over fifty
bllla nn the calendar tor a second reading
It It bored that tome of these will bt dis
posed of st to-morrow's session.
Tbr House met and proceeded directly
to business. After the report of several
committees, tbe Mil providing for tbe es
tablishment of officer for tbe transfer of
shares of stork bv every railroad in the
state had a second reading, and no amend
mi ni !eing offered, waa engrossed for a
third resiling. The House bill relating to
tbewelghlnx of ooal at the mines wai'
amended and passed to a third rending.
Tbe great excitement of tbt day wat on the
bill providing for rountlei to establish nor
mal schools under or Bin ooudltlotit. One
provision of the bill is that nn saloon shall
exist within on mile of the school build
ing. There was lengthy and boated dis
cuasion, in which a great many amend
ments wnie lost. The bill was finally or
dered to a third reading. The
bill providing an appropriation of
,iK)) fur pavements on tbe Mato -house
S(tiare provoked a long diaoutslon.
IMaaatltlltMl Witb the Tariff -Tha Naxl '
Washinotix. April 6. Ex-(tovernor
Curtln, of Pennsylvania, the famous war
Governor of that famous State, came to
town tbe other day fteh from the people,
having spent tbo month since tbn tillourn
nient of Congress In the iron-producing
regions of the State. lie report the Iron
men much dissatisfied with the tariff.
"And what will be tbo result of their
dlesutlsfsutionf" asked your correspond
ent. "An attempted reunion at next ses
slonr" "Yes," he answeied. "I think so. I
think there Is no doubt that, they will ask
for sonic changes In tbe law, and thai them
w ill be an effort to grant thnm. Whether
this w ill he successful or not csnnot he fore
told vet, but I rather think It may be."
"How about the wool-growers. Gover
nor?" "Well, they are even more dissatisfied
than the Iron men, Thoy hsve kooiI rea
son to complain, too, for they were not
properly treuted, there's no denying that.
Imeau'bv lhat the wool-growera. The
manufacturers of wool got all they wanted.
They arc strong and wealthy and may de
mand while the others ask, It's till wrong,
thai principle, but Its the existing fact,
"How do you see the speakership racebv
Uils time, Governor,"
"HiiniUll will be speaker," ha replied.
"I think there Is little doubt of that. The
stremth nf the other men Is divided, and
he will get the benefit of that fact and be
Nkw York, April 6. A well-conteited
ptlr.c-flulit took place this morning lit a
noted i)invilng resort on Long Island, be
tween Harrr Weston, known a "Black
Diamond," aud .'us. Mol.atighltn, a whltt
men. The, fight lasted tevenieen
minutes and a half, seven
rounds being fouttbt, Thre was little
or no science displayed, but both men
were giimi', giving and' taking punishment
without stinting. Both were badly
punished, and In the last round the
'Diamond" struck McLaughlin a sting
ing blow nn the "kisser. " drawing the
clnrel. frrelr, ami sending nlin to the ground
aa If he hud been shot. When time wsi
airnln called McLaughlin failed to respond,
his seconds uave In, and the "Diamond"
was declared winner.
Prior to the vrl:e light, a oook fight
took place between New York City and
Long Island birds. Sevan battles were
fntiuht, resulting In a rlotorr for New
A Divert WIN Rhot,
' Cttvm.Aftn, April 6. Samuel Cooper,
a former clerk In the postofBcii, wont to
house of his divorced wlft and fired at ber
with murderous Intent, after which he
escaped, The wound li not likely to prove
l oakllNftl Trial.
' Vrw YoRg, April fl. Tha trial of Otorte
W, Conkllng, Jr., Minted for manalaugu
let tn hilling William R. Hiverttiok, baa
hss beta adjourned uuttl Ibe ttffmkv
Tba Jejtiiuell Caaa.
WaMHiM.roN, April fl. Tbe .TeunnetU
Court of Inquiry convened. The Judge
Advcat announced he hid re
ceived a comiiiun'.catiiin from Dr. Col
lins innln.lntt thlnv-llve questions, which
he dusirotl to lmve 'put to the wilnosses.
Fireman iiarllett was called and tin- iiii s
tions rend to hini. In reply, wiiu-v sla
ted Collins (deceased) held the p,i-iiion of
ollicer on board the. Jojiun-tii-.
lie wns saluleil n such it tn t w f n!u!t t
troatod with the mine .nurt'
a III" other oflb eii. U it n-.-
IihiI ncrr hejid t'niitnlii l.'eLons:
tpenk an ti ttlkin 1 wi'. to Coilins so l:ir an
witne. knew. Collin, oi the coi.trarv
Wis trennd by the UK-it tin I ollicer-, wll'u
the saiue t;!in-iirr:itii.ii sli iwn other ol!l
ccrs. Afiertlie nu ctt wns lost nn.l
w ken their ri-:tn'ie. I land there was A ills
I'tlssioii n to l;e i.iIp of ti( oiIht purMtM
and w lliies volu iie.'ivil toicarcb for tlo-tu
ftonte, but wa. prevililerlliv tb" (.'''lie'iil
opinion of the w hole pm-tj , baaed on tin;
fact llmt we bail in eb. iilmr. noprovMom,
Do ir.ni-poi-,t!on, and no knuwli'tU't of the;
coiintit, Itniieiiiiower oi'eit'd to go tilul
dltl go. W iincss vt.tts not tiware of nv
trouble between M ilvillo and Collins.
Iti niwii ton iju-stion wbetber If ho
hrtd beep 1 1 1 coininaibl of the pnr'y bo
would have watted it Imiz a Me'.villc did
bolore iryitm to ili.rmi r the ntnu's witm ,
replied: "I made n tiropositioit to tiinve,
which was dUoui''.l by the wI 'ih parlv.
MsiiKtin and I Hivi-inx to ilruw l.t ie ii up m
asledfes he w isuoabli- to wsilk. oritur
to fri., hlto, bu' the (nicltuluii airlvpyi et
by Melville and Detn obower wan tiiat it
would be iii)iirn i''"ibb' mid iiiiprissjiiin, "
f)bec'tlon wa- made add Mi-lnmed to tin
Illtl'Sllon, "ll'.tVIM OH HI V Itll.OIH t bc-
lieve that f;ol!ns hud upon prinot anv
papers other than in u 1 1 note liock?" und
also to tbo qncMinii, "Did Collins tell you
he had upon his person letter- addrevtei'l to
parties In New York';" All papers found
upon Collins' body were turned over to
Melville. Witness bad exooced from hi
conversitlon witb o!l u tliet-thr re w imiil
be more jiaipr. lliati were found on lo
. body. W itness w hs of the opinion ibut I be
, trip to Boltini inlirbt have loo-n ni.td
I sooner, but It vvotlKl htive bein iitteii'li'il
; with great MtfTerin;:- und barlehipa. 11.,-
b-dleved. tftk'iiii s!l tiling-, into coii-lil. r i
! lion, that everviliiiikr wa-tbuic tlmt cotibj
have been done to resi-uo lJtljouy's
WtsjittxoroN, April ti. In the Msr
j Route trial th ex iinhlalion of John 1) irsey
: wan continued. He said lie mid his inter
i est III the id M il business- lo Stephen Ioisev
forllO.OoO, ami since July. l'Tt. had no
i Interest In any route. He 'denied brond.y
j that be bed ever paid ettv money to any
officer of the lioveninii-nt to ncure tli" In
: crease or expedition of the
! routes. Cross. examined bv Mer
: rick, witness s.ibi that in Ie
, eember. IblH, he forw arded a draft for J.'n)
' to S. Y, Iorsevto pny sundry cxn n-os.
I He (lid not setul liiopvy to IJ'ioiio, becau-rt
I he knew nothing of Boone'- connection
with the business be bad written'. W.
Dorset Instt-a I of llne, because JYi-k re
i tpiesti'd hi in lo do so, He Uiii not know
! a by Pec!, bad not wiltteti directly t.t s. W.
' Dui'sey. Merrick w lhed to know why h
j haddraa's'i'.d hi, nro.her, a .(-uat-.r into this
! bu-lnes iii.lesd nf -i-ml i nu' unmet to llis
j pattnif. MiiM'i'. l'itiies d; not hellcn
I 0" had iliuteil bis broi lull m'o it. llvi bad
j tsk-in i lint iiciton beeause be rix''dcd It the
i ket cottise.
Nrw TohKi April i'h( process of
"evenliut up" inv m-iIh Garden, under the
trunk l'ne poo; agreement, eoituiicnccs to
day, sud my 1'lit or 'i!u that have carried,
since the first nf 1'i bniaiv, inure tbuii tie Ir
pool percentiles, w PI forthw ith transfer
suflicicnt nuiuiirr of imntigrnnts to tbo
linos ill dt: licit to "even up" the shorta'.'i,
snd this plan, by ayr' Mirnt . will lie ml
bored t, in tbe Vtitui P. the Jo'nt iigent in
Castle Garden ht iiu lntri:efcd to make
sucb trun-fcis in a ve.iy thai will be acceiit
ablo to liiiitili;rauts as well as steaiiisbip
and railroad inieri -ls.
i t'nlMl Kvptoslon.
.nnis:. N. ('., April 6 A boiler
exploded ill the factory of (icorae 11'-bop
Tbursilitv et euiiu. The eiiifine. r. linni
Brown, sud tb" rlicnun. Frank Kohio u.
were kllb'd. Tli'' ll"Ue of lai:ih Wood,
hundred varils di-onit, was destroyed imd
Mr, Woijtl fataily : i.j n : d. Two ftnplm
of the faeiorv wi r liiirt ty tlylrt; brleks.
Half of the fa'to v wa- d -tii'dish il and all
i the hou-ft In tb- .i :tti' were iimii; or !
Sorth Chlenao rtolHntf Mill.
Chicsoo. Auril h, -i), W. Potter.
F resident of the Sonb Chicago Holllnu Mill
ompany, declares his belief that the Auial
gamati'd' Association will accede to the
concessions asked by the manufacturers,
and thul they do not necessarily Involve it
reduction of w aires, as, If the s'eilitv.' prlc
Is about two and a half tvnls per pound, Il
mean, sn sdvance. He states ili.u ibe Vo iti
Chicago 'll! will r-sunio by the tuiddle of
Mav or the first of .luuu.
I lootls in niiniln.
N'UGAnA Fai.m. Out., April 6. A
heavy nun for Hie tt thirty hours caused
a flood liure. lil ldsO' lrect Is co'civd w ith
Wtltel' to il depth of two feel, Several
thousand dollars worth of iliiinnge Is dune
tn iroods In cellars mid stores. Fifty fed
of Csnadu Southern track is washed awity,
Trahs will not be able to run toMagn'ra
till to-mnrrow nl-'hf.
4 B l.t.ooo liefnitller.
Mll.wAt'KKK, Wl., April il. A Sparta,
Wisconsin illspalch shvs 1. N. Curi:ill, tbe
wnll-kitown produce anil slock dealer, and
for two tears town ir. usurer, Is a defaulter
for upwards of '..ii". It Is alleged that
th money w s used m h. business and lo-t
in grain speciilallons, and Hint tbe dell
cleiiev w'ts illseiiveieil upon exatiiinalloti of
bis acemiius pre Ion- to his re-election.
kwYoiik, April ti. - Business failures
for tint Inst seven days, a reported to tbe
lliercantile nuclf V of It, (I. Minn & Co. ,
ntinibcr H'7, coiiipiii' il with s la-t week.
The distribution lailui'es U: New Kiur-
hillil Mates, 11: Ueslel'll Stales, e.S; M!,.
die Slates, ill! Southern Males, 411; Pacllle
Siuie iimri'ci'fltorb , 11; New York Clly
III, ami Canmla, ".1,
A Mob Work.
C'ltlt'Atitt, April 6... A
,Mls,, spitelitl sav: Ale.vatider
eoiiireii, Hi'i'csteii ror nHiilt ititr a iieL'rn
girl. I. eua Moses, HvlliL' on I leer I reek,
wits I it U r is out of Jail l liiirsdav night and
biiiiced by a mob.
llt)t'T. Apnl i). A cable message re
ceived bj llai viinl Colli ,'ii ohei'aiory ,y
Dr. Kniunr iinntitiiiees that the objeei dis
ciiveicil by r. HariwlKl iio D'Arrest's
t'oniei. ns previously announced, btil a
Hon Is Html.
ClM'iN N ati i April (I. During llie fog
tills nioiulitg the tow boat llctiual Tliid'
struck u ptt'i- nf the Newport and Cincinnati
bridge, aud sunk ttvo coal boats ami a
barge containing oU.iftin biisbels of coal,
OKn.N.NATl. April H, At thf Cincinnati
Ceiipci'iige Works, In tbe lower part of tint
city, this ntonilits!, auontciv wheel buri,
In-iHUily killing (imrgt! Lnit, Win. llub'er
ami slightly lujurlng win. Curvor.
Iart7 tivslnf fa Raropev.
fDnTliotr, Mich., April (l.-Kx-Scimtor
cry Is about to sail for Kuropc, to ba
absent a year, for the hrut'lt of hit health,
He will bo aaoompautvil by his aUtar and
(THE VICIOUS' ELEPHATTH
Shot After a Vain Effort te Subdue Him.
j Snv Yokk, April 6. Pilot, the fero
i cl oi. monster elephant, who took rank
j next i;i dumbo lii point of sixe, terminated
i Itis c.irtliiv career Thuradajr. Tbe unruly
1 elephant I'fsiaicd all efforts to throw him
for lb. ee hours, but at last a rope wai got
: around his trunk and over his tusk and
uiioiln r put aboui Ids fore feet A score ot
i men pulled on eaeli rope, getting a pur
: ciia.e aiiotml a beam hiiI ilnally, after a
: ilesperalc struggle, the luiRO beast wa
' thrown to the ground, screaming with
j ra.'e, wlih a crush that shook the Dulldiiig.
Aliboiih be was overcome he refused lo
n;vu In, and uiiderwi nt tha punisbmtot
w iib savage snorts.
"lie is a hopeless ease," aald Mr.
daily, "snd it is really dangerous; to keep
bini aboii' anv louucr! You bad better
kill him." Accordingly, Colonel ArtUag
stall pictured 1 large navy revolver,
carryli'. n 4-i;allbr ball. He ipproaohtd
Ilia head of the i lephftut. which Waa te
euvfil to a stanchion, and tha beast mad a
dcsp-ri'e and savage, attempt to break loeea
and r. neb him. Arstincstall plaucd the
niu.le of the revolver tdost to Hlot't
brea-t, between the front legs and
i hixi.kij rriK ritKsor.K.
'i'hr bnitii never, tliurbetl. Then Cvtoual
Aistini.'-' ill shot him sulti lu the aaoia .
wtwv--, at I a!tt1tt tiii'tcr the Icfi aye, end
Pilot (lieu withyut any further stiugxle.
! I'he nller elephants inaliitaiued tlwlr usual
, coitipo-iwe. with tbe exception ofOypsy,
vvbii had been Pilot's companion for tever
! al year. She refused to be comforted,
: unit ate lunhioif all day. and her grief was
' real v p:tt;ieiii:. ' During tha night
i Piioi 's irt at carcass was dissected under
; the fbarge of Superintendent Haak
1 Inson, bt " Prof. I.aatttiil, the voterinary
' ami. eon .' I'hc uuin pusliuu, were cartail
, to lie 1 i. t oi l iiii ty-citlitb street indtukfit
iiver lu ll.irri n Isl.tuJ to be rendered 'lulo
cbn , I nil. ins it iid other snbstiiuces. Out
I",' vv;is capmred by a veterinary college.
' Hi- tits!,,, which weighed IVstutv-lhret
; potinda each were rltiiined by Mr. lluteh
I ili-ou, to be. iinidc into billiard balls. Tbt
scene in tin: elephants' quarter lu the Gar
: den ws-nov) w beu twentv wblte-aproned
and bloojy. armed bilt dieis performed OJ
the huso 'carcas, but before midnight
' proiid Pilot was in small plttoet and hit rt
: uia'.iis weiebeiiik; distiltiutod to tbt four
quarters of tbe city.
A Switchman liillett.
ST. LtiLirt, April .' sjosepb Piokett, a
nU'ht stviti'liman on tbo Missouri PamJe
1'ailvv.iv, was run over and iustantly killed
it .'i.,w this iiioi iiini. lUeeugiueer, Jarpta
. s-iuhh, snys that f'iAkeit, aftor turulng a
switch, sioiiit in tbo middle of the frank
j an 1 wailed frr the approach of the tngtaa.
I tntendinto step njjon t bo frnal plslfomi.
, Just a the ciigiuo leaebud hStn be gratpit
' imidofthn hand-bar riiunlng oroatwlte in
' front of the engine itnd attempted to pull
I Uiin-i If up. Tb" band-bar broke), bo fell
to ibe trick ii txl il). clique ra over blui
' Ill-lore' il eoiud be stopped, to q'ilck wa
' tue wnik done. Ie fell across tba rail and
j a!! tl.'e wlr els on tba one side of tb tngine
an. I Lneii r ran over him, almost eatlrtly
aeVcrin,? the body,
Ike e York Herald on ts trlah Mt
natlssta. Nr.w Ycv:k, Apii . Tbe Herald ears:
Eitjlan 1 ns ber Nihilist, and tha sooner
i'.ji; rcciiirnixcs tlmt they are an infinitely
n, ore . i n. c run and veuoiuous hrs.d than
ilM.MMii ltiii-la tiiu sooner she will take
dfet iive iinMsurts, to uet rltl of thorn. 1'or
our own i.urt. vv belova that thoy ara so
safnly lutrenehrd behind tne raul grlevaucta
wi.li h atlliet tbe country that they will
iicv! r be ib siioyed until ihoae grievanvct
nr vlclitcd. l ite war has bow been fairly
be.t'.u, and It ni'ist t;o on pltliesi'jr to ise
PimsroN, Conn., AprI1 6. The wooleu
null owned by W. li. Miaw, of Norwich,
( oiin.. In; rny-1 last 11:4b'. Loss -W,000;
AP1MI. H. liIB,
CATTLE-Keceipt 4,JOO, Slow and
weak; exports , toiii 1st; nod to cbolee
"'"'i'."" l'-'ii t); comiuou totaJreAW
i i vwj luiii'liers ..' .Vifrfi 7A; sU)okerssnd
feeders jy 2 iCho i'I'I.
Hugs-Fair, nt :--li.) higher: light f W
m" ou; heavy packing and shipping 1 d-Vo)
sr. 1. oris.
OAT TLB Kx port steers al f 0f7 10;
good 10 heavy native sioers W HdfiW TB;
co'iuiion to tiii.dluiii native steers sSIBOtft
0 To; lair to good iced tin $ T.xtfS 70; com
mon to good Dockers H iotai 00; oomtnoo
to choice native native cows aud betters
8 Wa i IHt; M-alluweg&iro)8M.
.-1 1 K L P-Steady . ( iood to fanoy W Wds
J ."' : medium to fair $4 ifiW M; oouraon
'.' "ooVt 00.
lluUS-I.lght to good Yorkers 7 Mf
7 4 ." ; mixed to good packing $7 li&7 SO;
heavy shippers ami butcher1 lo extra 17 is
fa7 SO; skips and culls !f-1 "bmt 70.
WHEAT -sAprll.fi ()'."; May fl OTK
'; .June 1 OS'i'iiU oi; Julv $1 t)8t; year
cti!S-AprlUl) b.; May Ma; Junt
.Vb; .lulyOi's; August 08 1.
A I -.--April 4", It.; May sVi ; June
sill'.; duly i i vcaril'iS.
U HEAT-April fl 07Sb. : May $1
fosjiis',; .Iiuir .ti 1011 to $1 10V;
Julv Moot,; Auviist f I 01 - b. ; ytar
fl 1:::1, tit 4.1 u;.i' ot ',.
t iiK.N -April 47 'ib; May 49 i 49r H ;
clusiiiv' ut 4H'. ; Junn ,'iJ S'dolH ; July iiS(4
!i tn oil ; v ear 4 ( b.
DAIS-April .'ills b; Mav 43iv te
4:1'.; ,luiie4;tS: Jtilylitfb.
WIIICAT-May fl ID; Junefl ID.
CUS--MaviU!t: dune 04 H.
UATS Mav .W; Juno 03.
Connlrjr Protlnesv, Ki,
lU'TTKIt-C'reaiiioi'' Cholco to finer
.f'tilUu; seconds at best dairy rates.
I i.iiry -Choice to fancy 2fl(B27, occaalouat
ly a shade more for gilt -edge pkgs; meiil
inn and low grades nominal at luetic,.
Norihern Itoll Choice at 17dT8; medium
1 im in. Ncar-hy umko lu llghtiupplv, hut
di uiaiid very limited tiuotaol ai lfl7,
us lii kind . S. , '
KiKbS-Actlve local aud lUpoInf dt
inaud, and market firmer at 13tiSlc!
House Flggs '1 WIU.
Pol l. Irl V - Llv Cbloksns - Cocks
f:i oi (oH 10 ; mixed HiM 2n: Hens $4 70;
Turkeys - liens and small Gobbler fun
lo; lai'k'e (lobhlcrs fliKrflS; Duoki Hinall
to tuetllum f:i riOfr; good to choice $4 'JtW
4 i'i: Oeese tioinlnal, Dresstd Turktr
l.i:.U)-M ukot tlrm, but quiet. Bales,
i curs special brand chemloal hard al
f4 UV8tlo Keltued at S4 IS,
Country nutrkeU shad lower. Ko. I
spring wlieiit lo srrlve deoltned (Id. ("all
loi iilti wheal 10 arrlvo declined MtOlt.
si I mi wheal dull and deprtssed. Mo. I
apt-lug lie Id; No, 8 spring as Id: watttrn
w diter , tie ltd; California deoltned ld
western corn dull and neglected at 0 Od.
liemaiul from Citltod Kingdom and Ooa
Uncut dull and neglected for wheat aad
corn. Hecolpts of wheat paat till IT9.QM
itiMiUti, oi whU'kv ttl,We wejrt Ataitrl-.
Bhown's Iron Bitters
is one of the very few tonic
medicines that are not com
posed mostly of alcohol or
whiskey, thus becoming 4
fruitful .tomes: of intemper
ance by promoting a desire
Brown's I mux BmtKS
is guaranteed to be a non
intuxicating stimulant, and
it will, in iK-arly tcr- case,
tak' the plaivof a liijuor,
and at Lho santc time ahso
Uiitly kill t'.is. dc.-sirt for
uhiskey and otli r intoxi
lic.ti.W. Ric:;, .-diti rtif
tli? .'w''V.fi7 I'hnsli'tu A' -rit-n
S) s of V-VO'f. n's ; .'.
Cin..';. "-n in. 1.'' 1.
ten:-: IV !'. v .
in : it '! : t;. . .
I'lcaottr. an I .i s t: - imbt!
grncc ol our prut .e. tua'--
voiir iit-pan lin.i : h. c .--i ;
- and it" a lit id. nil ..-.. '
tiriiis wioi i(.iit :
lor kiiipui.o v 1 .1 ; .! -, 1.
Brown's li.u.v D: r ?
has been tliomuh'y tol
for dyspepsia, indigestion,
biliousness, v eakiv v. debil
ity, overwork, rht umatisni,
liver complaints, k'dney
troubles, &c, and ii never
fails to render speedy and
Read and Circulate.
The Illinois Central U. R. Co.
Will si 11 an ol Its r:insiiiiiiK Isnds at on dol
lar per acre ioi than the presm pne-s. from ihll
time until 'ho flr.-t tttv of o to ber. 1984. Alter
llisl tint- the prvsubt prt e- will bu Matored. All
who irslre 1 1 purchs-e should ava tlmasp. t at
tbls liberal otter at oure. P. UAOOT,
Koi ps-t'etinr Itiqitire of
M. KAf TEKI)AY C '.,
Ag. for I ('. K. K. Lanes,
-it 1 v;
. 5 I w
s -1 x : 1 -
$ 1 .W i -
5 y r I
a 2 1
M ?. Ul I
V, J T J
a - -rt 1 TSJ 1 52
2 .f.j a
AV A G ON-i!lA KE R.
ehnp 011 lis Iblay Avenue, hetvseen r'.nrlh sue
Sixth Mr-els., Cairo, Illinois,
UfAl' klmU nt I'uhl anil heavy hlsck.oillhlns?,
watfuti ai d rarrlace work tlotie in tbe bum sulk
luanllae manner. II irae-slioi-inK 1 speeiaity aaU
sal 'diction n.rsi'U'i'l.
J-J m ID. INCE,
Manufacturer end ftualer la
It a Mrt'O., bctsreea Cn'nil Ave. aud Lervte.
CIIOKK UOR1NO A 8PKCIALTY
. All. Km9 U A MUNITION,
dafea ttejalied, All Kinds al Kit M4t,
.s A Wa