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0A1R0. ILLINOIS. TUKSDAY MORNING. APRIL 17. , 1883
Impurity of the
Mood, Over an4
and ell Diseases
canned tjr P.
rsaagement of Liver, Ituwelt aad Kidney.
TMPTOM8 OF A DISEASED LITER.
bad Breath; i'am in the Sine, tumeunxt the
sala it felt under the Shrculder.Uade, mistaken for
lUMumatum : general bin of aprxliKi ; Bowel
Generally euttivc, 'metimet alternating with U;
in head U troubled with pain, ii dull a:td heavy,
wkh eontiderable luts of memory, accompanied
mk a painful seniation of leaving undone tomethi ng
which ought to have tarn dune; a slight, dry couga
ad (mhed be it sometimes an aiiendant, often
atiatalten (or coinunmtitm; (he patirnl complaint
f wearineM and deUlny ; nervouf , emily lUrtled;
hat cold or buroini;, sumetiaie a prickly tentattoa
of the akin cum, spirits are low and deipoedcat,
and, alibough sstisfif it tlial exercise would M bene.
icial, yt om can hardly winmon up fortitude to
try it in fact, dutrum ttrrry rrmetiy. Several
at the above symptom, attend te disease, but cases
have occurred when but fiw of them t'd, yet
tamiatioa after death thuwo the Liver M
have bean esunsivcly deranged.
at should b used by all prrsons, old aad
oaag, whenever any of the above
Fersoa Traveling or Living la Ua.
beeJtby LoealHlea.br taking a done occasion,
ally to keep the Liver in healthy action, will avoid
al Malaria, Itlliuus allHt-ks, IHttlneM, Nan.
t eta. Droatinni, Deprevu' n of Spirits, etc. U
wtS lavtrorste like a g!ax uf wins, but la ue be
to ai eating beverage.
If You bave eaten anything hard el
dig-e lion, or fed heavy after meals, or sleep
leaa at Bight, take a duec and you will bt relieved.
tlnae and Ioctor Mils will be eared
by el war a keeping the Kegulator
. In the If unite I
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thorougldy
aaft purgative, elterative and tonle can
aever be out of plsre. The rme!y li baxnilea
, susat doe not Interfere with business or
IT IS PritELY YEGETAHLE,
Aad haa all the power and cc y iA Calomel Of
Quinine, without any of the injur wo after efiea.
' A Governor Testimony.
Simmons l.iver Regulator haa been In uc In nay
femur for f -me time, and 1 aw satisfied till
'Valuable addition to the medical arieace.
' J- Gill SMoetce, Goveraorof Ala,
Boa. Aleaander If. U.ihna, of Ga.,
atyt: Have derived lome Uif.' from the uie of
Suaiaoos Uver Regulator, ao-1 wb to give it a
The oat Thing that never fade to
eUeee." f have uk.1 nur.,' rerae-lu for Dyv
aeaia. Liver Affection and (lebtlity, but never
. bave bund anything to benefit me to the eaten!
. . bteaatooi Ltver Rfguiator las. I km f"xn Mia
asset to Ceirjia Irr it, and t.ild tend further foe
each medicine, and would '!v-.,e ail oho are tiav
Uarly afected to five it a trui at it aoeava (he only
thing thai acvcv but to rel.tie
P. M. jAHMtir, Minaep4U, Mian.
Or. T. W. Maeon aji From actual ei
aerieoce ia the toe of Jiimm. .. l.iver HeguUlor ie
y practice I have been and an tatuhed to ute
aad preaaibc it at a purgative mediune.
ISjTTake only the Genuine, which arwayi
at oa the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
aad Mfnatore of J. . ZEILIJf it CO.
fOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
KOaOK H. LEitll. M. P.
Phvrtioian aticl Surwceon.
aadal attention paid to the Ifomnoptthlc treat -cat
of eurgical dleeiiM, nod d aeaaee of womea
Otke: Ob Mtb ItrU a;iuite the Vt Ot-jt,
tt. J. E. HTKONO,
128 Cninmcrt ial ive , Cairo, 111.
firOR, KLBOTIW VAPOR ado MEDIC A TUP
admln aforfd daily.
A ttde Ii atteudauce.
W. C. JOCKITN.
OfPCB Ilghta 8ueet, near Cornn erdal A?a:.r
JR. K W. WRITLOCK.
nuaHo. 1M Commerelkl Aveane. ttwea
C-k aad Wlnth H'rerta
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Thai: Largest Variety Stodi
; m TICK CITY.
GOblMSOLD VERY CLOSK
a O. PATIKR OCX,
at.WiaeUenthttreetl (WrO III.
alal Aveaae, (
DRV GOODS and NOTIONS,
foil line ef all the Intent, nsweat eolort
aad qoallty.tod beat manufacture.
Hade Braaaela, TapretrU, Irrtami, Oil
Clothing and Gents' f
TVi Dtpartment oocnplet t full fltnr and
It tompltta to all retpoctt. tioodi art
faarantead ol latest atyl and bt m
lertal. Bottom Prices and First-class Goods t
If ALLIDAY BROTHERS
(lorn mission Merchants.
FWVK, GRAIN AND BAT
Egyi)tian Flouring Mil Is
KlfkMt CtwL Price Paid for vTtiMt
Fatal Burnings in Iowa and
The Colored Celebration in Waih-ington-Court
' WnnfOT', .WUlti.-Adcclalon wi
rd(?n(l tiy (!ie Suihimiki f.tmri t the
L'mttl MMc In the dt'lmiTiient t a-P uf J.
I). Wall, briiiitrlit lit-re upon a petition for
mtniluiiiua from tin- I'litted SHt- Iitrit
f'otirt Itir the aontbiTU (llntili-l of Hot-Ida.
Wall, lh titUlttoiutr, wk dUltniTetl and
forbidden to practice In the I'nllcd State)
courti of llit tlitrta above inftiiloned for
having I iik tu putt In the lyuvbinif of
prisoner hauled John, who wan
la Jail at 'UiupH, Florida, (wait
ing trlul on a charge of
ripe. The petitioner a.ki fur
a writ of inaiiditiiitiD to compel ttie United
Stte DNtrlct Judife to reetoro to bltn
rlKhttand iirtvllcjffe if uttorner In uld
court, on tlm ground tbut hi dl.burineiit
without due iriul and conviction for crime
wa uncontitltutloiial md void. Thli
court In an fjlHlioratn opinion by JuHttce
Brail!) boliU tliut ubllc Iliero la no nettled
and 1r fir xMte rulu for regulation of pro
cedute in cae of tbl kind, the
Federal Coun tnav In tln lr decllon dl
bar an attorn)' who liai been irullty of
conduct of Mich a untur- to Srlnn dU
rp and aeandal tipon the court, whetber
Be had necn duly tried under the rrlmlnal
law of the Mate or not. The petition for
a tnuudamu U therefore denied. Juat.ce
Field read a dl'tentlng nplulon.
WiSHtNOToN, April 18. The colored
people were unlortutiaie In the weMlier.
which vtaa law and U.ant.il, with freijuent.
bowem. XotwltbManillm thia drawback,
the twunty-tirat einaiieipHtlon day wt
celebrated with unm-ua! entluii-la-ii. All
the colored e inployen of th Executive
partmi)t and pulllle woika have a bolldav
and all private hulldiiii.' and kindred en
Urpriia where colored labor U employed
(uapended, from iiwepity. Knin Inter
fered acme what with the appearance o( the
treet pro e".lon. but not with lu mem
bera. N'lue-tetiths of the colored popula
tion of the city were either In proee.nlon or
Interested apectatora from aldevrslka, por
tlcoa. doors and window. They were
heavily rcfiforced from the aumutidinir
country. The long portico on Klfteeutb
treet from the Treasury buildiiij.'. 'be
bent tolnt of ol.H railon In the cltv, w
aolhlfy pai'ked with colored women and
children, not 4 nutte face being vullne
The Kebeller t ea.
Mll.w.U'KEK, April 16. -The evidence In
the Scheller ct U all Id. Iktrlct At
torney Clark addreaaed thoj'.trv and re
viewed the evidence of the prosecution,
q!i giiiic upon the dnfendaut debu and
hi itiPlcfou movemcnta prevloua to the
fire and on the fatal nlzht. Hewaafol
loWed by McKenney, attnmer for the dc
fonae, who aubl the" pro.tuutfon had Bxrl
the point ut whleh thev believed the Brehnd
atarted, and bad tried to prove inch wa
tne caee, nut i au onereu no proor teat tu
Are did ptltlvely rtatt there. Inllir feel
ing la that the Jury will return verdict of
aoijulUu! In Ave minute.
Two Clilldrco fauffoented.
Cnicaoo, April 1. A Fort Worth.
Texao, apeciiil tMv: Sunday afternoon the
bttniliiR of dry (:ooda box tva obeerved
In a vacant lot, nud It wa accidentally die
covered that a boy and L'lrl about elht
yeara old had been auffocatcd. The box
contained atrnw, and it la annulled that
the children In wine uuuncr act thU on
Are and were unable to obtain their re
leate. At nmt it wna tbouiriit the children
had been murdered. J. T. Howard, the
brother of the boy, waa arroted but after
NewOiii.en6. April 10' The watch
man of the Metropolitan Bunk was seized
aud KKf d luat nlvbt. The bank vuult wna
cloven open and robbed. The aafe Inalde
the vault wa tinilMurbed,
The cither v the loss will not exceed
$2,000. The thieve entered from the ad
joining building, cutting through the wall.
Every bank box In the vault waa broken
open and valuable, If they contained any,
were taken. The loa in thin I unknown,
but it 1 not believed to bo great.
Bollluar Mills mill Closed.
Chicaoo, April 18. Prealdent Potter,
of the North Chicago Rolling Mills, stiites
that the mills w ill be aiotln in operation in
three or alx month or not at bIL Thcv
would not be atnrted while present prices
continue. Four thousand men have been
tbrowu out by the stoppage of tbeie mills.
Mr. l'otler thinks one-third of the mill
needed this year are already in the market,
and expreaacs the opinion thnt the outlook
for laborer now out of employment li a
very dark one.
Due la Iromeatie Irliuclcnele.
Skdalu, April It). Ague 1. Gaybeart.
proprietress of a laundry, died yciurday
afternoon from it dote of morphine taken
with Kulcldal Intent. For some wteks'
past her husband has treated her cruelly,
and, on Niturdiiy nlfht. hu struck her.
Thla mornliiK tb'ey quarreled rtniu, and
alio awallotved the poison, She was H7
years of nw. antl cume hero from lloonvlli
A Concltirlor Nnit tienilt
PKDAI.U, Mo., April 10. -Charles Manee,
a frolirht eomluctor on the K. and T., who
was Injured tntennillv at Lewis' Station on
Wednesday lat, by being caught hot ween
the car while making a coupling, died at
his home here this morning; iigod twenty,
six years. Ho leave a wile, to whom tie
waa married milv seven mouths ao, and s
brother, 11. F. Mmu'c. 11 passenger cn
ductor on the K. anil Texas,
A MUNCHAUSEN JOURNALIST.
Tha Inventor of the Great Texas Meteor
St. Louts, April ltl. The atorv, as
iiiuaullonal .i Improbable, published In
the imrnlnK papers regarding the fall of a
ineteorln Mono In Hnnvu county, Texas,
1)70 feet hliih, which ill it fall crushed the
life out of an entirj Mexlcun family, turna
out to lie it Ihikb but aeiisittlonul hoax.
Invcstlgallou by otllolals of the Asso
elated Pre, bowa tho Munchausen
tale to be tho Invention of Joe
Hulhatton, ft aort of haiiKer-oii to jour
Italian) whom the Lotilsvlllo Courier-Jour-oal
long since fHtablUhed to bo tho moat
6roundleai bar that over aspired to ee.ltpso
ie fauio of Anniibis. Mulhiitton onos
created ft innsatlnn by fooling a Louisville
paper Into publlxlilng atory to lh effoct
that EiiRllsh capitalists had purchased the
Mammoth Cnvo In a view to shipping all
of Its feature, with the exception of the
Blver Styx, Lake l.rtbo nud thu bnttom
Usa pit. to the Hritlsh Museum. He had
ot Deen hesid of (or omo lltne, but
ome to the front with a curiosity of Bet log
The Ht. Loala EipoaHloat.
St. Lotn, April ld.-Tbeaub-coinmlt.
tee frtiin the Hoard of li rector of the
Kxpokitlon and Mualo 1 1 .4 : 1 Aaaoelatlon, t
whom wa delegated tlm duty of prune nun
general plan for the guidance of archi
tect in the preparation of tbuir plana, have
worked with pralaetvorthy energy, arid are
ahno-t reitdv to make a report to the full
Board, which will in all probability meet
wllhi ppr-.Mtl. There are omodc"tull aa
to d men-loin of vitrlom depart
ments material to be uael, etc., In
ootihtiucfion, whlon will be agreed upon
toon. The matter of inviting competition
and tecurlng plana haa ieeii agreed upon
aa to. Iowa, after the fullest dUotmalou. All
6t. Lotiia aiuhllecta may vubtnlt
pinna, inicb of tbem uh are wu thy will be
purchased by the com mil tee atvOOenub.
Leading architect a of the eiuntry out
side of M. Loula, the nutiiber not to exeoed
elifht will be Invited to enter tha nlana.
Theae architect will be dexlg-uatod by i
name, 1 uey wtu 00 paui u J vaan each.
Alt plana thua obtained, jtid thoee acoeplod
from the local architect, will Ixwonie Ibe
atiaolute property of the Kxposltlon Ao
elation. The premium plan will of ooura
be awarded the uotitraot. Then any auK
geatlona the otherlpluni may contain wbb h
tba board of dlnictora may deem valuable,
will be Incorporated in the premium plan,
which inuat necexaarilv I redrawn. In
thia work of deciding ' upon the plan the
board will call to their aid aucb expert,
both in architecture, both In architecture
and in the practical ptauagament of xpol
tiona, aa they deem it.
RlCHMOM), Va., April 18. In the
United State Court Judre Bond rendered
a decision In the ease of tha ltaltitnore and
Ohio rallroid against John . Hamilton,
treaaurer of Aujruata County and Collector
of State taxes, who bad eeiiod property of
the company on the Valley rlalroad for luch
taxea. The case wai before the court on
the motion of the Attorney-Genera.! of
Virginia to quoah the replevin aued out by
the Baltimore and Ohio com puny at Harris
bur(f, where the caxe was heard a few days
ago by Jude HuKb'i and dnclded in fa
vor of the (,'ommou wealth. Jud(fl
Huehea, however, In view of
the importance of the case arranged for a
rehearing before a full court in thia city.
This took place Saturday evening and to
day, Judge liond rendered an optn'on lit
accord with that of Judjrc Hughes and fu'ir
suatainlng the latter'a decision l quash
ing the writ of replevin. After the dsclalou
was rendered counsel for the Baltimore
and Ohio Company presented bill praying
tor a Injunction upon Hamilton restrain
ing hlin from aelllng the propertv of the
company in hie posevlou. They alio
moved for a preliminary Injunction for the
same purpose which motion was set for
hearing here do the 2Sd Instant.
It la understood the State will not make
any tale of the property until this motion
New Tore, April 16. The Times sav:
"In their attempts to commit their parry ;
Irrevocably to free trade, the Democrat aria
not having a happy time. Mr. Samuel j
J. Randall, who, aa s leading Democrat '
end s candidate for Speaker of the House, j
nmat needs ateer a devious course, Is l
notoriously a protectionist, a a sucoeaeful
Pennsylvania politician must be. Mr.
Carter H. Harrison, the erratio raayorof
Chicago, is another example of the diffi
culty of purging out the old protectionist
leaven from the Democracy. Mr. Harrison
bad fixed bl mouth for a protectionist
speech, sud thia he delivered with gtiito
and a flowing tongue, while Bavard and
other lights of the Demonmla parry flamed
with rage and indignation.
WaaHlXGToy, April 18. The Treairjrj
Department bat been informed that a quan
tity of vine cutttmra have been Imported
Into the port of Xcw York from Cbioe.
which the Cutn-bouo officer think are
Infested with pTiylloxera. There Is 00 law
authoring the destruction of unnh Importa
tions. The Treaaurv Department rec
ognize Hie fact that this Is a matter of
gri-ut Importance to the vine lntreu of
thU country and will conr with the Agri
cultural Departmeut on tue subject.
A Jetaramllet Ienl.
Chicago, April 1B.-M. J. Gallagher,
employed many year aa a writer on the
Chicago dally paper, and almost continu
ously for the piist alx veur as night editor
of the New York World, severing his
connection with that Journal four months
ago, died bero thin morning of pueu
mollis. MRS, AND MISS LANGTRY.
Freddie Brings about Reconciliation An
New York, April 18. Sunday after
noon was made memorable by a reconcilia
tion between Mr. Langtry and her sister-in-law,
Miss Langtry, at the tit. Nicholas
Hotel. The dramatis pemonae on that
Interesting occasion were cast as follows:
Mr. Langtry, who wanted to make an
explanation; Mis "Lsngtry, an angry sister-in-law:
Mr. Freddie Gebharat, the
"Mutual Friend;" Mr. A. Mackenzie, a
friend of Miss Laugtry
Mia Langtry Is a pleasant, bright look
ing young lady, about the medium height.
Her balr is a light brown and her figure la
full and graceful In outline. be baa a
thorough English face and accent, and ber
complexion la as ruddy a a rose. But she
haa also an Intense horror of reporters and
declined to see acy newspaper representa
tive. At (1:30 p.m. Mr. Freddie Oeb
hardt en tc roil the tH. Nicholas Hotel. He
waa attired In a brownish overcoat with an
Immerse rose In the button-hole, a derby
hat, and carried a walking cane. Mr.
Mackengle was standing a few foet from
the office counter talking with the wilter,
Mr. ticbhardt looked absent and
abstracted. Having written hi name on a
card it was taken up to Mrs. Langtry's
room, No. W. An acquaintance of Mr,
(iebliardt's.w bo also knew Mr. Mackenzie,
Introduced the hitter to the former. The
two men took each other "reckoning,"
and Mr. Gebhardt turning hi back half
way on the other continued to arid re tho
Introducer. "Bv the wav. Mr. r;nh.
hardt," said the latter, "I shall want you !
w uuy 111? mil
IK A IITTI V ATlll'Mr.
of mine In the fill, it won't inconveni
ence vou. a you hive got sd.isio a year. "
'M ivcu'tp't.yl.'Mig veur, yen know.
Haven't got Hn.non a year,unnd then
Fmddle w t. ( npsinlrs to aee MM Lsns
try. In the lotiintlniii Mrs. I.amrtry was
waiting ctrM in Mr. fiebhardt' private
enrrUk-e to bmrn the result of his mission,
fche looked w.irn, and even her tnagniilceiil
lealsklu dolnini) atvuvely coinpeiisated bv
Its rlchm s for her slteied uppt-arance, lit
about (He minutes Mr.iOobhardt returneil,
and, handing the LHv from thn carriage ,
proceeded to escort her to the ladles' par
lor, where s most affecting Interview took
place, llavlug been Introduced to Mi.
Lnngtry, Mr. Mlteiftn and Mr. Ocbhardt
retired t a distant corner of tho apart
ment. Explanations, - expostulation and
tears wore frooly exchanged. Although
tho actual result of Mr, Qeqhardt's good
0 flloes haa not bwn obtained, It
la understood, however, that Miss Langtry
could not be penttaded to aooompanv her
sister-in-law to Washington. Mr. Lane
try remained with her sister-in-law fully
an hour, and although aba fallml to Induce
ber to remain In the I'nited States she suo
ocedod In effecting a reconciliation, and
entriiated Mis Lsngtry with several eoni
nils.lcnsto ber friends In England. They
parted apparently on good tenu. Tbfl
lircai'h la now healed. ( pon returning to
bar carriage Mrs. Lsngtry was beaming
taltb smiles and sood buioof.
. , Mot f Enter rhlcstTas :
CniCAOO, April 16,-Judge l'rendergaal
f the county court gave a iluclaioii In a ut
brought to enjoin tho Western Indiana
Railroad Company from condemning the
land north of Twelfth street this city, .'and
by tht proeesa prevent tb railway
from extending ft h'na Into the heart
of the city. The bill iir;'ed thst ths.
Company did not ooniemplatA using the
land It wa seeking to eondunm. but the
court ruled the right of eminent domain
could be restricted hv legislation and not
Judicial action. Under orilitutnce the rail
way and a right to extend Its lino 11 n th to
Van Buren street, unil was not the bnsl
net of the court to Inquire to whut pur
pose It contemplated ii'lnc the land the
railway wa seeking to condemn.
jEFFEiiflii.x Cirv. M-s. April !.
The supreme court eoiiiinlssinuer, Alex.
Martin. Charloa Wlnalow and John F.
Phillips were cominh-Moucd and sworn in
this morning. The court convenes to
morrow, and they will be assigned to duty
The United States District Court con
venod thla morning. The docket contains
120 cases, the most Important of which i
the ease of the State vs. tha Hannibal and
St. Joseph railroad, which will come up
for hearing Tueadav, April 21. The court
will be In session alxMt two weeks.
The State Hoard of Equalisation organ
ized, and will muke sn assessment against
ibe rallroada for the ptxt two years.
Fort Worth, Texas, April 19. A
contract has Juat bee.n closed We for the
ahipmnnt of 'io.OuO bead of cattle from the
? razing region smith of this eltv on the
rtilf, Colnrodo and Santa Fa Ruflroad to
Wichita Falls, 114 mile north, it will re
quire 3, 010 cars or 314 trains of fourteen
ear each, or a total expense of l'ii.'."i.
The shipment wa rendered nccoswiry by
the large amount of fencing rccenth put
up In the southern part of the Stale.
X finnsrer front ruall-I.
Lawrk( E. Kas., April 16. F.gger
ated report as to small-pox In Lswrer.ce
having been circulated la neighboring
cities, it Is stat-d on the authority of the
Mayor and the Hoard ot Health that there
la but one case In the city. I here la also a
cane In the peit house on tb Uind that
came nere irjtn Kansas 1 rv, na three :
eeae outside the city it) Wakentsa towa-
hid . Ko new raes bav been developed1
within the laat two weeks. All rase are I
Isolated, and there Is no danger of tb dla- !
MtLWAfKFE. April V4.-S.W. Talmaze, ,
of the Chamber of Commerce here, haa
collected report concerning the contrition
and prospect of the growing crops of
winter wheat in fifteen principal State of
the Union, and the luminary phov. the I
damage at about per cent, or um.U'W.OoO I
bushels short of last v:ar's crop. !
: . j
Horned to Death.
ALMA. lows. Anrll 16. The Atlsntle 1
House, in this cltv, burned Sunday morn
ing. Three guests, William Mcilll,
Charles Qulllan and Carl Splegle, were
burned to death, and Mr. Reams, the
proprietor, narrowly escaped with bl life.
The iKHllei of the victims nave been recov
ered. tslangbter Itoaseasn Hie Tellowst
St. Part, April 16. OtBdale of tbe
Northern Pacific are responsible for tn
statement that la re slaughter houses will
be established at various point tn tbe Yel
low Ptone country along tbe line of the
rood witb a view of tbe shipment ot
dreased beef to the East, and that by this
meau great savings will be made in con
trast to the sbiinneot of live stock.
Tteo-Preel-Jent Ediuanda Goat Hosts-
St. Lovis, April 16. Senator Ed
munds and party left this moriilug for
TfTaa bv s special car on the tfitsourf Pa,
dUe. The senator has bis bunting Irap
with him and e-p-ct toiry hla hand 00 us
game of the South aud West.
A orfro I.yorlieo
Chicago, III., April 16. The Daily
New' nfterno m special from Medville,
Miss., saysT'iin Billy, colored, criminally
assaulted' young ttsgro girl here, and af
ter murdering her threw her body in the
pond. A limb took blm from Jail this
morning aud haed him. 1
A I alal Nboottng.
Ti:tK HaITK Iud., April 16. A Ga
telle spechl from liockvllle suys Charles
Kutledge, a photoKrupher, fatally shot
Georjc Volmer, a restaurant keeper, this
morning In a quarrel shout tbe letter's
wife, w hose photograph Kutledge had been
Washivoiov, April Id. In the Court
of Claim Judgment was reudered lu favor
of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul
Railroad Company fur $17, 5M, This wot
a claim against the L ulled states for a bal
ance due 011 a contract fur carrying tbe
Throw ii from the Track.
CI5CINNWI, April 16, -The rear car ot
a passenger train on the Cincinnati, George
town and Portsmouth rotui was thrown
from the truck by a broken rail this morn
ing near the Cllvu branch. Tbe passengers
were bruised and cut, but none seriously
f amily Shot.
ClNCtN.VATi. April 16. French Gra
ham, a colored roustabout from Ripley,
Ohio, wuj fatally shot shortly before
noon at Front and li road way by Andrew
Tyler also colored, A street quarrel pre
ceded tbe shooting.
CivcmATi. April 16. Tho largest
cigar manufacturing Arm at Covington,
Ky., has agreed to g'vo an Increase of a
dollar a thoiwand after May 1st. The
otbsr firms will give answer this evenlpg.
The Alms.llonae Nranrtal.
Bosi'ON. April ltl. Tho Tewkihurv
Investigation wa resumed to-dav and
further delalls of tho aluises In the'elme
hotiie elicited from thu wltnesaes exam
onfrttKAL, April Kt.-Tlmothv Mllloy,
murderer of the Ntn Wm. jiusbkt, a
ncr at Tongue I'olm, wis liaugod tbla
The l.u, .., erij.
Boston, April in. . The Maro,uls of
Lome and the Jrlnce Loulso drove out
this morning. They leave for Canada at
seven this evening.
8t. Pam,, April ill. William Schmidt
A Co., wholesale llipior dealers, asalgned;
ssaosts $34,ftO(i, of which fJft.OtH) are open
acoouuu. Liabilities leJ,i 0.
Having relieved his stomach from tba
pressure of the American hog, Bismarck
has pleasauter dream sud is enjoying bet
Jetforaon rava MV) tj,st John Qulncy
Adam was the most' gonial gentlemeu he
Mr. James C. Flood, of Bonanza fame,
will build a 0110 million dollar bouse on the
top ot tbe highest tHau Francisco bill.
General Leo's "monument at Lexington,
Va., will be unveiled on .Tune ft. Jefferson
Davis will preslt'v, General Joseph K.
Johnston will he chief niatattall, aud Mjsjor
JohnW, lautsl orator
' . FOREIGN NEWS. '
i ' mm mm - i ' i '
Still Af Hated aver Onamlti Coaiplrateri
U tJigUad. ,
. CMLASIX 1 .
. t tstb PtHAMrrsi coiteriiATO"
LotiDOX, April 16. Beruard Oallaghsr
this morning wa charged with being con
nected with the dyasrutts conspiracy. The
eounsel for the erown ststed that he would
Srove the prisoner, was a brother of Dr.
altagher, one of the nana arrested at
Lambeth,' and that he frequently had been
visited by him and Curtla. Uallsgtwr was
remanded until Thursday. The prisoner
before leaving Glasgow Informed the police
- lie was ooodaent of clearing himself of the
! 1 ' ' ' IMJIXIOlf.
Bulllen withdrawn from tn Bank ef
England n balsnoe was 'Jr7,000.
- Loirnov, April It. Faruell announces
that if the projectors of the Irish conven
tion, to be nld at Philadelphia, would
' postpone It until autumn be mlybt be abls
to attend, aud advises that Ue convention
be deferred until fall.
' Core, April IB. -Three gunboals are
erulalng off tbe pott walling to Intercept
the vessel from America anving a cooalgu
sent of Infernal machines.
I ' CCBLCTOIT TaTIAL.
,. DUBUM, April It. Daniel Ctirlay, tn
'dtctsd for yarrMpatlom la le ssurde of
Ovendlth and urk. tree plaeod mtt trial
this- eaomloc. , r. Webk,. one of te
counsel aoiignett to defend Um indict),
men, asked thai ho he relteved frous tba
duty after (he on of Curiey waa dutpoeed
of. j Th Judge stated that tie would give
the request duo comldoratloB.
! ' . AtS)TM-nr!lAEiT.
VrxHNA, April 16. Tbe president ot
tbe reichstag reouived a letter warning blm
ot an attempt soon to be made to leatroy
the parliament b'lll-ilng. The structure in
consequence Is now entirely lurroundtd by
A attar C'tntstv
Pittsbpbo, Pa., April 10. Mr.
Mary E. Sebenlay brought action In eject
. ment against th ctty of Pittsburg, in tbe
county courts, to cover a tract of land uecd
by tbe city for wharves, valued at over
' Bear-Admiral Mcholsoa and wife, pas
sengers In th stearntblp Spain, arrived lu
New Tori on Sunday, from Liverpool.
An EnglUh vessel sailed front Antwerp
for England oa $undev with a large cargo
ot dynamite. The police awsit her arrival.
Pink eye is raging In certain part of Ar
kansas. Several valuable hones have died
and great apprehsosloa Is feit smeng stock
Several members of tbe Salvation Army
were arrested In Syracuse, N. Y., oa Sun
day, forobetnictlog the streets after being
Rev. Dr. Henry Banneeter, professor ot
exegedeal theology tn Northwestern Uni
versity at Evanston, III., died on riundsy.
He was born at Conway, Mass,, tn 182.
A five-story building tn Broad wav. New
Tork, occupied by Bradatreet's Commer'
etal Agency, Remington A Sons, rifle man
ufacturer, and the Hall gate and Lock
Company, was gutted by fire on Sunday.
Loss about $170,000 partly Insured.
On Bnnday afternoon, In Chicago, Rowan
Kowaki a Bohemian cabinet maker, went
to tbe bouse ef bl divorced wife to demand
possession of one of hla children She
refused him admission. He fired at ber
through a window. In Acting a mortal
wound, and then blow out bis own brains.
The New York Time on Sunday morn
ing announced tbat Jay Gould has expres
sed his Intention to retire froea . active'
business life en the oomplsUoa ot bis etesrn
yacht, tbs Atslsota. His fortune Is earl
mated at J100, 000,000, onlv ,000,000 ef
which Is in real estate. His son Geo. J.
Gould, S3 years old, will suoeeed him aa
About 1 o'clock on Sunday morning a
ponder nM.or fell near Williams'
ranch, 1v.iw, billing several cattle and
deetroving tbe dwelling house or Martinez
Garde, a Mexican herdsman, who, wtth
his wife and are children, are buried be
neath it. Tbs meteor cover about ene
acre of ground, it Is imbedded in the earth
about 200 feet and towers above tbe carts
about 70 feet.
APBIL 18, ISM.
' Live SHesttL
HOQS Martot opened alow at a decline
of fro. Demand rather small, with re
eelpts estimated at 8,000. Light quoted
at&S80O7 66; Mcklnr $7510; besvf
shippers and butcnsra $7 '): 85.
CATTLK-Htcer and heifer $4 TOftt SO;
cows and calves flcVSW; light shipping
H 50(3U; beavv shipping steers 10 i&di 7S;
fair native stock steers av, TOO to Atbs.
JfW SB; common to fair Dative oow
H0G6 Lower snd v7 dull. Light
to good Yorkers 17 JO 07 8ft t mixed
to food packlnn; 7f7 40; butcher to
extra 7 WH7 86; tklpe and culls fcl 8037.
SHtril'-Oommoo to medlunt $8 00fs)
UO) fair lo good 475sii6 26! prim U fancy
8 MM 39; eitra ft OOm 78.
... wrestas. Bets
WHEAT-April $1 QbHM ;'May $1 07 K t
June JlOOV; July $1100 V; August
1108! year Oft. .
COH-April Mi May MVt; June
MH ; July 871 ! Auet 68 a b.
OATH May ilt June July 41 K;
year 13 H.
. ST. LOUIS.
WHEAT April fl btdj Mar $1 11
111Vt June fl 11VW1 12; JulyflM'sfi
1 0WH August i 0J htd; ysar $1 0M$
COHN-April47!:bidi Mav 48Vra49K ;
June 61 ; July MSrax to 53 Hi August
Mblclj year 48 ft bid.
OATS-April il bid; ay U 4U7f;
Juns4'iM OHbldl JulySO'.. -
' sTBW TORK.
WTtEAT-M ay $1 19 June $1 31 K Ju
lyfUltt. CO KM May i June 68: Jul 87 K .
OATfcWMsy M ; June Alt July 60V.
etsastry frds4S, Eto,
"' . et. vovm,
BTJTTOV-Cresinery -Choice to faney 19
f930; seconds st best d ilry ratos. Dalij
Choice to fancy 3rVir54; medium and low
frades-riroe IMffisao; common toOHfSU,
BOOS Reoelpto 1,7: pkgs. Lower,
but demand brisk, at 14. Goose Rargs 38.
LIVE r0Ul.TBY-Julet and u
ebanend. Qttottt: Cblrkens Cocks st
16003 781 mixed $4734 ij hens t4 60.
urkeys fltl8, top rste for tobhlers. '
Ducks-8mall to medium fl 60eM; eholo
4!hV(N&0. Oeese nnrnlnal.
LEAD Quiet. Refined nemtnsl at f4
deli bard dull 1418 .
( UVVRPOOl. '
Country marVets flnp 1 weather la Eng.
land fair. Knot wheat quiet and stead vj
No. I sprlugN Id; Western winter 8s 10d
relied Western torn firm at 8a eajtl. Do
tnand from United Kingdom aad Conti
nent not muuh doing las wheat aad modus-'-
A great many people are asking
what paiticular troubles Bkown'1
Iron J3ittB3 is good for.
It will cure Heart Disease, Paral
ysis, Dropsy, Kidney Disease, Con
, sumption, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, and all similar diseases.
Its wonderful curative power it
simply because it purities and ca
rdies the blood, thus beginning at
the foundation, and. by building up
Ihe system, drives out all disease.
A Lad Cured of Rheumatism.
Koltltnora, Md. May r. isle.
My health m much shattered by
Rheumatism b I coaitwoccj
uklog trown'a Iron Bitten, aad I
, ccarecly had atrecath enuttch to at
, Mod to my doily household duties,
t am uo using th third bottle ausi I
j am r-;alning atmtb daily, aad I
1 chrertnily secvxeucHd k so &U.
.4 -. IJii(tmnithrvr' .
1 of It, Suit. iIil(XTtlm-OI," -a-
. . 173 freaunaasi. '
Kidney Disease Cured.
Christiansburg, Va,, rJSt,
SufTf-mn fmm kidney diase
from winch I could get no relief, I
triad Brown's Irca bitaw, vhu.it
' cured bis completely. A child vi
mine, recovering from scarlet fever,
had no appetite and did not scetn t
be able t eat at all. 1 give him Iron
Bitters with the hnppiest reaulli.
J. Kyls Uo)rraM.a.
Viae St., llarriiburg, fa,
Dec. , ilii.
After trying different physician
1 and auny rcmeuie lor palpiutioa
of the hurt without receiving any
benefit, I waa advised to try l.ruwo'S
Iroa Ll'-.rs. I have used two bo,
tics and never fnund anythit.g that
gave me to much --lief.
Mm. JtMtia Hiss.
I'or the peculiar troubles to which
ladies are subject, Brown's lion
BlTTERi is Invaluable. Try it.
Be sure and get the Genuine.
Ueart and Circulate.
The, Illinois tonal R.R. Co.
Will -u a. j of It rriiaiLliig Inmls at en dulls-
pqracre that1 tho i"i si-tit. jirics, from this
flmr nutil th Hri lUy uf DIoIrt, lit. Aitrr
tbttdat.' ta iri'S!iit. trt will he rrtoirO. All
who (Irslr in Mrris- rnoolil ava'l tboaiiM-lre of
this llhfrsl oft.-r at ottft? I'. 11.VUMV,
Land t ommifsloupf
KjI pa-ticulars inquire of
Ak-ta fur 1 t . 11. 1(. I a" rt,
O 5 sS I E
top a Hallldsy AronniS hr-twvpn t iutk 4
Hlatli Mnus, I'alte, llllnola,
KfVAIl slndi cl light and hfavv Mifksrn'thlst,
wagtra aoi carriage work done in the mot etS
ssanllke manner. Ujisc-vhutmiK' a epecialty anJ
Mrurctuier audPva ' in
th Ptpte., rsitweea Coot! Ave. snd Levee.
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