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Natural Fruit flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruits, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial Essences. Always uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qual-
ity. Admitted by all who liars usodlhem
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, IU., and St. Louii, Mo.,
aSmerLaaella V.t C -a.., Br. Prl Cmua BUag
I'aasar, IM llr. rriea't t!t.a,a raefa.a.
HVCMAKC NO SECOND CRADE CO 006
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Iinjiurlty i.f Dip
I'IdoiI, Fftcr jr.J
uikI nil Tlii
2i. rallied Iiv Do.
rangewent of Liver, llou tl aui Kidneys.
STMPTOMS OF A Iiisr iSKn MVFR.
Bad limit) ; I'a n in the Sets, kntimi the
tain is frli under the Sh.aiier-biiok, mi.ukt n (it
kheumati.m ; general l of ktprntr; lir.wut
generally coativc, v,metimrs alternating nh las;
the heai it troubled ith pi:n, it dul; a-.d heavy,
with contulrraUt: lo.t f ir.,.'iKry. a-o.rnpanicd
with a painful feate-ii of leaving uodinw ei!':ii
ahicri onht to have l-'.n iti.ne; a cu' :. dry c 'H(a
and ftu.itcii kite ib k.):c:in,'. at; j.t:in ,.oit, oiifn
mistaken fur conMjfi'Mion; the tie-nt .oap..nits
of nrnrvan,l iM.il, iy ; n-evout.e y slitued;
fert cold tt tutn.ng, v jieiiriies a pi.cl.',. a -nt.,ti'.4i
of the skin cikistk. -f..m- a:r: to ini , tended,
and, ahbdigr. aatstOj t! tM':iv ..iu i Uene
ficial, cl one can ban") vrnn.t n i.r, f-tutude to
try it in (,u, dntnrttt t-.-. v re - t y Several
i.f tKe aUjve tyrr-ptomt itT. i t''C ijijs l.iu catea
have enured when but fc t th.rr ei Med. yet
exani.:nuti n after doth ariuau the Liter to
have Uen txtcruivtly deranged.
It should he osed by all peraonn, nld and
young, u hem-ver any of I hi" uui ve
rereona Traveling; or Living- In Tn
healthy I.oialillr, r, y u',.i-f a vation.
ally to kep the liver in hralr.v r't n, wili avoid
all .Malarlu, ltlllciii. aiiai hk, 1 ;z.nc.j. Nan
tea. l'r"w nts, De;rc.-i n tf hpima, etc. Il
will inv kt'iiate like a c)a-s of ti.e. lull la Du Lu
If Vein have ratrit anylhlrg hard of
dlaliu4l. v fel li'a7 allee ti'fa'. err nlrep
iraa at nij'it, take a dme and ywi w:J m,ced.
Tines unci lkirt.ira' Itilla will ! aavfd
by alwnja Lrr-pliti; tliv llrguJalor
In the If ti v I
For, whatever the aiiment mjv lt, a th-MigMy
lafe )iiri;tivf, allcrntivi' aid tunic cm
never he out of puce. 1 he i-trir 'y it liMruili M
and due uul Inlrrfrrc with bUhlui'K ur
it is rrnrtv vrr,i-riiT.K.
And hat all the power and tfwarv '.I l .ilorrrl or
(Quinine, without a:iy uf the injurious ibier ellccti
A t'lovfrnnr'a TeMlpintiy.
Simm.int Liver Iviulator hat ixeiim ute in my
(imiiy f.r urat lime, and I am taiitfied it u a
variable addition to the mclT.ii rtience.
J. (iit-L StK.liri'H, Cuernorof Ala,
Hon. Alexander If. mIh-d, tif (ia.,
aavt: Have den-.r-l m n:e lenri,, rm the u or
bimninnt Liver 10 tur, iml .m to give it I
"The only Thlnrj that Tirvrr ft; to
if ." I h ive u.ed mwv remeilia tor I'yi
pcpjia, l iver AITction and Iit' uity, but never
I.ave found anvil, to benefit me tu the eairnt
Simmunt l.ivir kevulator l,..t. I fern from Min.
neaota to (.v,r,;ia for it, and ,'uid -t n.l further f"t
tuch a medivine, and would ndvitc all ho are aim,
ilarly affected to r vc it a lri.,1 a u icetut the only
thing that never Uilt to re! eve
i'. M. Janmy, Minneapolis, Minn.
Ir. T. W. Pinion From actual e
perience in llie me ol ! imm "i.t I.iver ke?iilator in
uy practlre I have been and am satistied to uw
and prescribe il at a purg.mve medicine.
ft-ITake only th Genuine, which alwayi
ha on the Wrapper the red it Triide-Murk
aod Signature of J. II. ZEIL1N a CO.
FOR SAI.F. BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
EOIWE II. LE.VCH, M. I).
Phv!ioian and .Surcpou.
Spocla) ittiutloa paid to tha llomi'rjpn'hlr, trt t
nifrit ii' fiir?lfal dlatf". 'id diin-auss of wouiho
OfUce: on Itth tri't, o;ititn the I'oat Ollloe,
' Kirn, 111.
JJK. J. E. STUON'v,
128 ComnifTcinl Ave, Cairo, 111.
VAl'Oll, R.K3TU!-V.VPliK tsn MKDICATKD
Alndv Id atttiuilancc,
mm m v
J)K. W. 0. JOCK IAN,
'Kr"U.:B Kleltth Htroct, ntftir ComnorciM Amie
T)K. B W. WEIITLOCK,
Omm-Nn, 13d Commercial Avurno, twiwrtfto
Bfhfi ttnd Nltith Mtrnota
JfKNV YORK ST011K,
WHOLEHALK AND KKTAIl..
TIih Lavest Variety stMik
.tN TllrC CITV.
O. O. PATH'..? to CO..
Otir. Miuutounthtrot 1 PoiA 111
CgiltiitMcialaVuu( IWUi l Ilia
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, GENERAL NEWS.
A Narrow Escape from Dyna
mite in New .York.
A New Industry-Mishap! of a Day
DynainlfA In Fiwt itry.
New YoHh, April 17. Th employe!,
, uuiiih' . rltijr oer !, In the factory it tha
i cotin rof liocini anil l:t'heniiet'litirnatrei,t,
' Rrnolilj ii. with throw Into tb wHdeat
eM.-lkmriit when thev leariiHU wLt a imr
rritv eaetipf thr-v hn1 from bclnir blown
liiiooii;niil. Mr. Mikon, luperiiitynilciit
of the fa:tiry , on itiaklnur aclretiitof tbe
buiMliik.', fmiiKl a niilnioii IKiklti pack
ne in Hi" uuiiitr. At Unit l(fht be mild be
thought it "a nimiily a liiiniile of old
papflia, and wan on the' point of putting it
in the fiiinri'tt under the boiler, but on
aecond tbouirht bn put it in a tub of water,
w licit be let it soak, find auiunioucdOilicer
Vrlih, who ktippcneil to puHi, to
whom he jtavc ine MaturaUid parcel,
and it wan taken to police
beaii(uiui(.i'. Police Superintendent
Cumpliell exntnlned the package and found
It to contain a tube of curtridKe about lx
lnr-hen lonir and one Inch and a half in
dlatneler, rilled with ubatancc coinpoed
of uttdu-i and t black earthv. compound.
Ir. UhiiI' V. ol the Board of Health, wa
called, tmd, after tanttn'.' of tbe compound,
aid he thought It wn dynamite.
"You cm n ell y little'of it and then take
it out and pound it on an anvil."
Oh yen. hut who la eolnj: to do the
ponndinif?" replied the superintendent.
Tbo doctor then United a minute portion
of the inixniri.1 and it went off like powder.
He refund tu make aflv further teM and
all panl prcfcut were thankful that they
were nt nn end. An offleer went to thn
factory to mukfl an lnvetliratlon, but no
clue lo who put tbo eartridifs in the cellar
cold he obtained. Mr. WlUon aaid h had
no idea who could be tbe guilty partle un-le'-aitwRH
one of two men be discharged
aome time ao, -
Balam Tea la lb Boat b.
Washington-. April 17. A number of
parties in the et-at and louth areconkldering
the ijtwstlon ol Introducing 'be cultivation
and Mle of tbe "YrhvMata" or Paraguay
tea Into tliis country Thit article t in
prt at favor in South America and hn been
ao from time immemorial. So highly ii it
prized that even In certain of thecoffee pro
(iui'iti: dl'trict of South America it la con
tutned in much larger quantitiea than the
rnfec. In the, Argeutlne Republic th
o,tiaiii!tr imported from Puraguay and
lirail la more than tlx tlrnci iu talue, that
of the t-:i and coflee imported.
( onnl Kaker. of Buenoa Ayre, In writ
ing of the general 'lie of the beverage there.
aa: "It ha come dow n from a former
gHienitiott i i boh of official institution
hk'h haa become venerable and rnuat not
be interfered with. And every day, both
in the public otttuca of the nation and of
the prociiice. the hours of 'bteatu' art set
apart, to a gn at extent, for an iudlncrlm
it. ate bout at the mat? cup. all employes
in in the crave reinlater of the Government
to the porter who guard, the doer taking
ttirna at the ombilia. The mate," he
a.ivn. "i conaiUered eaptcially useful
In' i ponltiir hunger, tbe drlvera
ai caravatm and Aifiitine gauchoa, taking
their mate iu the morning and eating notb
in? lint'.l the end of the dav, when a full
in-al i taken. The mate is Imbibed acald
im.' hd through a tube lncrted In the cup
r gourd, and In the homes of the wealthy
tlie-e eiiculate all dav. one tube d'.Inc gen
crtl fer ice, and a refusal of this hospital!
tv iv a guei being considered an act of
niileiicas. Those who have studied the
iUotlnii believe that the uinto cun
be isfnllv grown In the south
ern iior'iiii of this country, and It is prob
ab'e si me experiments will be made, both
in importation of the article as prepared In
South America and In an otteiupt to pro
dii'v it lu re. It is the product of a suull
trt-o of the bully famllv, tlic leaves and ten
tier iwl'ji being used for the ten. The
ta-te U a slight bitter with a peculiar and
palatable aroma. Tbe. method of curing
and preparing are very simple and
the cot Is about one-fifth that of tea and
WILD CAT INSURANCE
Gaining a Foothold in Missouri It it to bo
PkpaM a. Mo., April 17. -C. P. Ellerbe,
ofs-t. houls, attorney of the State Insur
ance Iemrtnicut, is about to begin pro
ceediniis against t ne Southwestern Mutual
lit in tit Association, of Seoiilla, for at
tempting to carry on tbe life insurance
busings In violation of tbe State laws. This
company was organized in January, and
almost immediately fell under the condem
nation of the Insurance Department.
Superintendent Williams says: "It la, In
plain English, a life Insurance company
without capital, and lias no authority to do
business iu Missouri. Iu own leaflet con
demns It. It puts total extreme coat of
membership at i'.NtO, and yet at the end of
ten years for y.W paid, tb'ey promise to give
you $1,000. The experience of centuries
f troves this to lie impossible. o
apses can llll this gap. The whole his
tory of the life iti-uranc.o in this country and
tu'ropc provrs the fallacy of such a prom
.No action will be taken against any houa
min benevolent or churn able association
Insuring its members on the mutual plan,
M was done some years uo. The Leg
islature, in 1S81, enacted that such associa
tion shall not be subject to the general
insurance laws of the state. I'nder the
enact the Masons, Odd Fellows, Legion of
Honor, and other societies having Insur
ance a nn Incidental feature, are exempted
from the contlilloiis placed upon companies
organized to carry on business of life insur
ance, pure and simple.
AN UNHAPPY UNION.
Ramden's Story of the Persecution of His
Paramour and Wife.
New York, April 17. Edward Charles
Itamsdcu answered at the Harlem Police
Court his wife's charges In the abandon
ment proceeding she has brought. "I
met Mrs. Hanmrtcn," he testified, "In
Constantinople In (She went by the
namti of Mine, Flora. I made her acquain
tance upon the street and we wont to live
together ut a hotel. I had considerable
money thou, having lust returned from the
Oi lmen, whore I had made iSV),000 In sup
ply contracts. Five davs after I sent her
to Purls, nnd I supported her there
In good stvie for three or four months
until I rejoined her. She bad no mouey
nnd never has hud any, that, I know of ex
cept what I gave her. I removed with her
to London and finally to Dussoldorf where
I married her. sho was very Illiterate.
We did not live happily, for sho was Jeal
ous and subject to violent fits of anger.
In 1M6U, when wc were living In London,
ho was so uubearablelbatlhAd to sepa
CUIRO. fLLTNOIP, WEDNESDAY MORNINH. APRIL 111.
rate firm her, allowing her thirty sblllfnn
a week, out in about a year took her bank
again. I finally separated from ber In 1804
because, when we were turnod out of our
boardlng-hnuse In Paris,
O.N ACCOUNT OF II KK BEHAVIOR,
ahe refused to go with me to apartments I
had selected. After I bad left her 1 was
notified that ahe, with two children whom
lie represented lo bo mine, was in Paris,
and i but she wished to see me. I'pon tbe
tl it ii.lei view I Identified the children but
suhserjucntly I took ber ami the children aod
the Frem li nurse to Loudon, where I
provided for tliin. She rau me Into debt,
and 1 was continually harassed by lawaulta.
I finally took the children away from ber
and put them tnto an institution where she
could not find them. She had me ar
rested, cburgtng that I bad murdered the
children. Then I revealed their where
abouts. From that time, 1 bave never seen
the twins. One day 1 saw a notice In the
London Times to the effect that an English
govci ins uned forty, named ituiuadeu.was
wanted in lierlln on a charge of having
taken two children frni an asylum. A
r ward was offered. Then I knew the true
hlstorr of the children. She repeatedly
after ibis forced lu rself into my apart
moiita claiming support. I always refused
to have anything mote to do with her, but
suits for deb's Incurred for her were
brought against me o frequently that I at
lat eauie to Hid l ulled Slates. This was
in 1873. I bad given up everything and for
four years worked In Mr. bmall's office
.tartiiig at f-VJ a month.
ItetMiy in be Hnnf.
JfoRJHgTowN, . J., April 17. Jas.'
Treglown, wbo murdered his affianced In a
fit of jealous race last June, will bn handed
here to-niorrow In the lall yard, lie
aspersed the character of tbe dead girl,
Minnie Chervwin, on the witness stand at
the trial, and created a prejudice against
Dim.eir winch leu to a capital convictloi,
wticn otherwise the
he Jury would probably
let for a lower degree of
have found a verulr
crime. He expresses a willingness to die
and has made a confession to the sheriff,
his pastor, the jailor, and a phllantbroplo
lady who Interested herself In his case.
His storr, however, has not been made
public. The banging will be strictly pri
vate. Pole to rams Bown.
Chicago, April 17. In view of the
action of the city council Monday night
directing the Mayor to enforce the ordi
nance requring all' telegraph and telephone
wires to be pleoed underground by May 1,
tbe evening papers to-day published Inter
views with Western t'nion officials who are
quoted as saying. If the course outlined Is
pursued It will possibly he the quick
est method of obtaining a 'fln.il settlement,
as tbe officials assert the wlms cannot go
underground by any known process by the
date mentioned, and that if the wires are
cut the company can stand It If the business
uf tbe public can.
XkwYork, April 17. A motion Is to
be made In the Supreme Court this sfter
noou hr the counsel for the present wife of
0mond Tearle, the leading actor of Lester
WsMack's Company, for alimony and coun
sel fees incidental to a suit for absolute di
vorce. Mrs. Tarle has pursued the rifted
actor from England, and baa begun action
for divorce and abandonment.
A Buli tnr sWsjata.
dxciK.VATi, April 17. Tbe Dramatic
Festival Association Is finding serious dif
ficulty in providing for the press. Tbey
say they have already over J.MO applica
tions for press ticket from all part of the
countrv. The sale of single seats la now
progressing and shows a preference for the
"Julius Csar" and "Darnlet" perform
anecs. Colored People QnarreUsuc
Mrxico, Mn., April 17. Tbe Smith and
anil-Smith factions of tbe Second Baptist
Colored church arc ttill at war. Tbe antl
"mltti party t fire to the house in which
th i-mitb party have been holding their
meeting and burned it to the ground tbia
morning at 8:30.
ila-Lsnn. who has been In jail here sev
eral week for forgins fotea lat summer,
was released on giving $1,000 bail.
Ir. J. C. Book, a well-known phvalclan
of Sti wartsvllle, Mo., committed iplclde
on Monday. No cause Is assigned for tbe
It la said that E. H. Lager, city clerk of
tbe town of Wvandottc. Kits., baa levanted
with from $10, WO to &d,000 of the town
A call has been Issued for tbe annual con
vention of the Missouri State Christian
Temperance Union, to be held at Liberty,
Clay county, In May.
Sheriff H. J. Kelly, of Douglass
county, Mo., wbo was thrown from
his horse on Saturday even
ing near Seymour, Mo., Is not expected to
Surgeon-General Hamilton, of the Ma
rine Hospital Servbe, stales that there Is
no fout.c'ation for the report that there is
danger of a yellow fever epidemic at Char
leston, S. C. .
A number of convictions asralnst parties
for gambling In Litchfield, III., have been
obtained, and uninnit them Is a well-known
St. Louis attorney. The amounts paid as
fines by the offenders ranged from $20 to
A Russian Finn named Johnson, and a
young American, named .lames Donnelly,
met In a saloon near the the Insane Asylum,
in Stockton, ( al., on Monday evening ami
a quarrel ensued. Both men were stabbed
At Martin's Ferry, W. Va.. on Monday
afternoon, Miss Kate Griffin, a school
teacher, was probably fatally beaten by a
fifteen-year-old scholar, named William
Beck, whom she had attempted to chastise
for Inattention to his studies,
James Dobbs, In a family quarrel on
Monday evening at the farm of Governor
Gllck, six miles from Atchison, Kas., shot
bis brother, John Dobbs, probably fatally.
He claims to have acted In self-defense.
He has not been arrested. -'II
Is said in San Fruuolsco that on Mon
day afternoon a son of Senator Fair, of
Nevada, aged about HO, attempted to shoot
his father, but was prevented. Ilumor
attributes his act to domestic diffi
culties between his father and mother and
Thn Massiwhusctts Republican State
Central Committee will issuo a clrculai
offering for sale a hill against Gen. Butl.tr
for$7,iw0 claimed to be due to one l;st, of
Soutbtiorn, who claimed to be the nutbor
of a pamphlet entitled "Xuts for Butler to
Crack, " ft r whleb lbitier offered a reward
which has uot heen paid.
Hess York Treaa 1'osnmenle.
Nkw York, April 17,-Tbe Herald
ssyst "Mr. Carter Harrison, Mayor of
Chicago, seems to have nn ambition to be
Mr. Sam J. lUudalPs 'metoo.' It Is not
a vury high klud of ambition, but there Is
no accounting tor tastea. ' '
The Sun says i "The navy seems to be
actively employed In home sorvloe. Secre
tary Chandler has ordered the Tallapoosa
to Florida for tbo fishing partv of which be
la au Illustrious member, the Dispatch
bus taken Secretsry Lincoln to Norfolk. No
administration, Republican or Democratic,
will win the esteem of the country by Junk
eting at the nation's expense. '
The Tribune, speaking of ramelPs re
quest that the Philadelphia Convention
should be postponed until fall, sayst
"Plainly the Irish leader means If possible
to prevent bis party In America from com
muting Itacl to tha dynamite policy. He
does not wish to lose the suDonrt and ma.
trlhutlnna of his followers here, neither
noes u i iiitena to go over to aynaauM
If at least not just yet. ' '
Hendrick's Discourses on the Speakership
and Other Topics.
. Ww TORg, April n.-Ex-Senator Hen-,
flrlcks, in a talk with a reporter, gave his
view of the stnurglc for Speakership. He
said that the con'ct wa narrowed flown to'
a fight between lUnd.ll, Carlisle and Vox. :
HeiavoredCox. A.'iad about the next
presidential campahn, he said he had
nothing at all to say except that, M ft n not
a candidate myself wid do not care to be
mixed up in auy riNonsalon of tbo chances
of otners " , Using sked m to
MN"r i..liIT,"",i Mr. Hendrlck'
said! "Mayor Harrison U a man
whose views must be respected. ' He is a
great power in the .Vesi . A man who haa
been a b e to be elected Mayor of that great
city with all it vuried lutcwtu three times
In HUet.-esslon, a,id at tbe last elation raised
bis majority to 10,KiO votes, of nenesslty
commands respect for his views. In fact
he Is a much stronger force In the Demo
cratic party to-day than Oov. Butler. " f
How has the new tariff law affuuted
"Its details do not seem to be under
stood yet In Indiana. Tbe tutore-sii of tha
State re very varied and alt are -sensitive
to fins slightest change la the htrta.. Still,
as the law was pnssed just before my df
pat Hire for Florida, I have not hud s fair
opportunity to atudy Its effects."
"What Is the pruvablu opinion of the
Dumoorut in Iudlaua as regard the tariff
"The Democrats of the Slate are iu fa
vor of a tariff for revenue, w ith a regard
at tbe same time to the Interests of urtiiu
faetiiren. The element in favor of abso
lute free trada has uo strength at all. Ail
think there must be a tariff of some sort.
Whether It shall be greater or less should
depend on direct taxation and the internal
revenue. It U a matter of form, of expe
rience, so far as I can ascertain, ratu.rr
than a wide difference of opinions as to
the principles. The tariff Is merely a
question of busings, and in the adju-t-meutof
ratos discretion and Judgment are
"You'are then In fuvor of the reduction
"To lie sure, lam. Tbe taxation otipht
to be reduced for the aimplo reason that
tbe revenue Is far In excei-e of necessary
expenditures. ' '
"The policy of tbe party, then will, m
your opinion, lie toward the reduction of
"What It wfll be I oannot say, but that
eertalniy ought to be its policy."
Tbe M30" nettitM.
Philadrlphia, April 17. The "308"
medals bave at last reached this city and
have been distributed to the stalwarts.
Tbey had been In Senator Don Cameron's
bouse In Hambert for nearly a year. One
or two of the Stalwart phalanx who wero
In Cameron's house when the bronze
trophies arrived were (;lven their medals
wit n an injunction of secresy, the others,
were put away until the campaign should
be over. Cameron, In overhauling hU
rubbish before going abroad, found theso
medals and concluded that this was a good
tltuo to distribute tbem. i
St. Pan, M un,, April 17. Rv. John
Scbeock, a Roman Cutholio priest at Long
Prairie, was found dead In bis bedroom
Sunday, under circumstances platulv
pointing to suicide. His death
wae occasioned by a bullet wound
and a revolver with one empty chamber
wis found lying by bis body. Cuuse.de
spondenuy, A Prize runt.
w York, April 17. A prize tkht
with bare kuuckle between Cha. Mitchell,
tbe English cb-tinpion, and Herbert A.
Klade, the Maori giant, from Au-tralia,
was; arranged Monday evening. The fight
Is to take plaoo within five months after
signing articles and within x) miles of
KAXSASfiiv. April 17. Harry King
berry, with a comrade, went to the woods
near' his house to kill birds. They had a
22-callbre pistol. The weapon being out
of repair voung Klngberry tried to fix it,
and oa lie was in the act of removing
the chamber one of cartridges exploded,
striking bun iu the abdomen.
HIMoel by sa Officer.
Catlkiisbcku, Ky., April 17. The
sheriff of this county Monday evening,
whilst attempting to quell a (lUtuib iiiea
among a lot of raftsmen, was attacked by
one of them named Duinpsey with a knife
Tbe sheriff tired sud Instantly killed Deiup
sey, Rlvala In Love.
Havana, III.. April 17. Late Monday
night John Stout while escorting a
young lady home from a chmvh.
lecture ws whs waylaid and beaten by
Frank Cuppcl, his rhul. Stout then drew
a knife mid fatally stabbed Coppel. Both
aro hlgbl) connected.
Killed H'a Urother wlih an Ax.
CiscinnaI I. April 17. Advices from
roolesvllle. Warri-u county, Indiana, sav
that Aaron Stevenm was instantly killed
by his brother, Richard Stovi'iison, the
Instrument used being an ax. The broth
ers hud been unfrieudly for some time.
Where Ihe Money Went.
Jskw Tokk. April 17, It is now
learned that a large part of the money ob
tained br Win. B. Can-oil during the'luler
years of his life was expended In support
ing a voting woman named Minnlo Hudson
in a fliit on sUiti avenue. The rest of It
was probably lost In gambling.
Dlaa Visile Ktlieon.
Xrw York, April 17.-Thns. Edison
Mondav night exhibited the mysteries of
elect rli:.Hghtiiliuio cx-1'resldciit IM tri'iul a
party of ladles uud eiulmen. The Mexican
leader also wlliressud the working of the
Franklin, v., April rt. Brady's
Jewelry store was robbed Monday nluht' of
$4,000 vvorih of goods, and then fired. The
fire was ext ugulshed with small loss.
Mr. Joaquin Miller would like to be cre
mated after ho dies,
Senator Palmer, of Michigan, has sub
acrlbed $10,000 toward the erection of a
140,000 artgallory lu Detroit.
Ell Perkins lectured at Tonawamla, N.
Y., and was Hubsoo,uoutly pounttcd and
ejected from tho llucker House by tho pro
sjrletor thereof for complaining of his
Bismarck has outlawed the American
bog, and tho Haw York Morning Journal
wants to know if Jay Gould will be allowed
to enter Ueruuny on his tour amuud the
The oldost groom In Georgia Is Bobert
Anderson, of M'aikor county, who, at the
stfs of eighty-seven, h is Just led to tho
alt tr a blushing young woman of twonty
three. The Louisville Courlor-.Tournal lias tho
following dlspntoh from Tlgeriall at Klssl
moe, Fla. t 1 'The quarter which the (Jreat
Father gave to my papooso has a bole In it,
and I write to know tX It 1st a legal tender
for fire-water in the land of tho
pretty-faced maiden. Tbe cigar which he
tave lo me made me awful sick. I pared
ny corns with Chandler's knife and he said
Extensive Preparation for the Coronation
j-; ' Danger Feared Other Nawa.
Lovpoji, April 17.-Tbe Queen left
Windsor tbla morning or Oiborno. Owing
to the trouble from thtv-i sprained knee
she was unable to walk ana hud to be lifted
into the wirrluge.- 'The route was carefully
guarded-.. .. .
'"'f ' P AC It", n
. London. April 17. The spring meeting
at York have opened. The race for the
great northern handicap wax won by J,
Johnston's JJorder Minstrel; VV. (tender
son's Mrtnideii second; w. I. Anson's
Ucn Aldor. third. Tbcro were eightrais.
. , ; . ' KMOM MKITI.VO.
Lovtion. April 17 As thin, the flrsl
'flay of tic Kpe-'im spring meeting, tbe race
for ihe Great Metropolitan stokes handicap
was tvou by Ird issbcrrys VUtat Lord,
Marches Altzon secoodr Couul FestlU'e
BKaastulira.' Five run.' .v
' I y' VBtxtJo. ' :,'.'
Drni rM,' April 17.-Tbe trial Daniel
OirleywM turned this morning Joseph
fmlth. oueot the prisoner who turned
Informer, wa the first lines called. Tbe
evident w merely a repetition of that
given at the (rial of Joe Brady. Peter
Carey's brother, Jaihes Calry, wae next
placed on the stand. Ho testified after
Cavendish and Burke . were murdered he
was dititllotl to nafoh the movements of
Km snii.-!). tbe tar driver, who, it was
fuoi-'ii by the Invincible, would give In
for. in. .Ion to the authorities, and who Cur
ie) wanted murdered.
Bkiim.n, April 17. -The statement of
the Imperial l'.aiik of Oernmny shows a d
cruse in specie of l,533,'fcU marks.
St. Petkrsrvru April 17. Tbe details
of the coronation ceremonies, as tbev ap."
pear, a few at a limn, wl'l Involve an "euor
inoiis expenditure, not only on the part of
tbe Gotfriiniciit, but of Individuals. The
entire programme will cover twenty-flvs
days, and will give tbo Nihilists at various
times and in several places opportunities to
carry out their threatened programme if
thev are prepared to (Jo so. The Moscow
ceremonies, with tha accompanying fetes,
will extend ove.r no less than fifteen davs
and the festivities at St. Petersburg, be
fore and after the- solemnization will last
The efforts to secure apartments of Mos
cow bave became so numerous that house
holders who live In eligible quarters are
(lem.tii'lliiir fabulous prices, such as have
never before been heard of. Quite suits
of four, or five rooms In even district
quarrers are letting at 3,0)0 roubles, or
about f:',2d0. for the fortnight of the cele
bration, ami for houses which front on the
Kremlin Palace and which are taken . by
tho-o belonging to thu Russian Court or
repre-ent foreingn courts, $.7)0 a day Is not
considered too h'gb.
Foreign Journals, in their efforts to ar
range for anything like a coinphte report .
have found themselves at once involved is
a he.ivy expense. Lodging keepers refuso
to make any agreements In udvauce and
restaurenteur will double prices. Ar
rangements have been made to
secure a great number of extra cabs during
the fetes, but It is already announced that
the choree will in no case be less than $20 a
The bcheller rase.
Milwaukee, Wis., April 17. City At
torney Somers, of the prosecution, ad
dressed the Jury in the Schcller trial,
carefully reviewing the evidence, following
si'lii llfi' almost to the very door of the
New hail hou.-o, and Inyini; particular stress
on the fact that w hlle theaceusi-d had made
up his mind, according to his cwn testl
mini.', to go home, he yet turned toward
the Newhail house on leaving Newbnner's
gambling house instead of going homo,
vv hich was in the opposite direction.
Terrible I iKlifiilna;.
Siorx Crrv. April 17. Jos. Dltnrmd's
farm house, leu miles from hem, was struck
by lil'foing and demolished Monday.
Alfred li'iiiotitl wa instantly killed. The
hiisb -md to i v'f' wore, rendered uncoil
scion, u , ,-t yet recovered. It Is
-"believed they cannot live. A. brother of
Diinond was scalped by the llghtbing.
APRIL 17, 1833.
Hons Lower; active shipping demand
for lidit, but bettvv trades very dull.
Light to good vorUers $7 lor37 30; mixed
to good packing $7 20r 7 3A; butchers to
extra $7 30W7 to; skips and culls $0 60O
CATTLE Light shipping steers $S Jfva
5 tfi; heavy shipping steers, $5 80f-fjo 60;
good cuw s and heifers, H 2,Vco; good cows
and calves, ttiidO; common cows and
.slIEEP Firm. Good to fancy $5 fiOoS
tt o: iiieaium toiairn Tjrow 20; common
&1 VSd i ,V).
HOUiSES Strceters. good. $90100;
streeters, extra $115f5ia6; henvy draft.
good fKWfaiO; heavy draft, extra $178
Ji'i; pliiL's. common teffiJO; cavalry, f 115
raioo; nriiuerv, ii;W'alW.
Mi l, IS U hands, 4 to 7 venrs old. m
dim-, l,"i hands. -I to 7 years old, $120f9138j
l.V, hands. I to 7 y-itrs old. extra Slltoa
lii.; 16 to lOS lii'inls, extra I170W210.
WHEAT April il w b.;Mny fiOSH;
J11119 -M IIV: duly JlliV.'S?,; August
H ji: vcurtl (Ml.
COliN-April ti'A'i b.; Mav UK;
June Ki ; July ft"'.; August 67 Sb.
AV HE AT May $122; Juue $122';
OUX-April C0;-May (!; JuuetiSJt ;
OA't S-Aprll M.Vb.; May 61 X; Jons
6U; July 51.
WtlKAT-Arill ft on.'f b.; Mav $1 il
toirl II; June ft I'i'.'to! 12; July 1 10
to 1 OH'., closing -fllu: August $i 0HU to
1 (W; vctir $1 OH1 lo fl 07 , closing at
V 07 V'.
COI!N'-AprlU7'. h.; Mav 49 to 48V.
closing 4S . r M ; Juno Ms'itf, to 81.v;
July r:t s , vloaiiig 0.I1. b.; August 64 V
O.Vi'jj-A.priWCV, b.; May July
80 V b.
Coiiairj- TriMlness Eto,
BI'TTElt Creamery Choice to fancy 29
f?.'ki; seeomts tit bcs dairy ratea. Dairy
Choicn to fancy 'J i vr'O.'i; medium and low
grades prime I vtf.'rti connuon toBHfSll.
riale liii tubs low uradu at 10,
1:t i Largely lower at ISo, but ready
sale at decline. Ooose egys 26,
LIVE POCLTKY-QuW and steady;
offerings adeqttaie. We quote: Chickens
-Cocks fHWfoM 60 ; mixed $3 764t hens
H 'SMI 6"! spring chickens salable at Ufa
0, according to size; ducks 50r4 60;
turkeys tllfil; gcMe uotnlnul; pigeons
"i,F.Al)-Flrm. Sales; 100 tons Refined
at l 'A and ( cars special brand of hard,
f. 0. b. E. side, at HW. . .,
Countrv ; innrket. brtn. Spot wheat
firmer; No. 3 spr!iirist No. 8 spring ee
Id; Western winter 8s 10d; mlaed West
ern corn firmer at As 7d. Deroaud from
United Ktngnoin and Continent fair ftt
wheat and corn.
A JTcat many people are asking
what particular troubles BtowM'i
I ion Bi rTlftS is good for.
It will cure Heart Disease, Paral
ysis, Eropsy, Kidney Disease, Con
sumption, Dyspepsia, RhenmAUina,
Neuralgia, and all similar diseases.
Its wonderful curative power is
simply because it purifies and en
rchea the blood, thru beginning at
the foundation, and by building up
the system, drives out all dueate.
k Lady Cured of Rheumatiam.
BaltUnoTSj, Md., May j, iSSo.
My health rvaa such stuttered by
Kheuuiatiatu hon J coraauacaat
taking lircwn's lma Hi Iters, and I
icarcely had strcntth cnottfli t at
tend to my daily auiueholo dutin.
I a m now ming the third bottle and I
am regaining ureugth daily, and 1
' clirtnuJly rccuiufncnd il to all
I cannot any loo much ia pra'at
of il. Alii. Wav E. Uhasmsak,
Kidney Disease Cured.
Chritianburp, Va., iMt.
Suffering front kiduey diwast.
firm svhith I could" get no relief, I '
tried brown's lrca Uitttrt, wlnck
cured m completely. A child .
mine, recovering from searlei lever,
hail no appetltt nnd did not leera S
be able to eat at all. I gave him Irua
UitUrs with Ihs happiest results.
J. fcvut MoKraaica.
1CC S, laSu
After trying different phjrtlciaaa
and many remedies for palpiutieie
of tha heart without receiving say
benefit. I was adv ited to try Brown's
Iron Bitter. I have uaw two bot
tles and never found anything that
gave ms to much relief.
Mrs, JetiKia Htts.
For the peculiar troubles to which
ladies are subject, Brown's IiOtt
Bitters is invaluable. Try it
Be sure and get the Genuine,
Road and Circulate.
TIih Illinois (Vutial R. R. Co.
Will sell say of it. remaining- lauds at one dn
lsr per sere iea tlmn the pretit prices, from lata
tlmenutll the fir-l dav of (l-tolier, 1. Atter
Ihtt dal" thn prtseut pri ea will he resiorud. All
who rieeiro to purcba- (hould ava l thais-vaa (
this ilhertl oflur t tiorw. . UaMUY,
; I.snd ( ommidiooer
r"."t particnlsrs Inqttiri) of
M. hASTKUOA Y A C '.,
At-ts for i f. Ii. H. Lands,
ihop oa Rsllldsy Avonc, Ttrlwsna inrtb savd
Sixth eu-eets, Cairo, Illinois.
tr-AP kinds el lVht and heavy Mseksiottslsf ,
wagon and carriage work dono In tbe murtwoik
msnllke mautier, H lrse-shoeing a specialty a4
sal i fsctiou gnnrai teed.
Manufsclttrer sod nsalei ia
(ilk Htr.-s twtweea Ccsil Ave. and Uvea.
CHOKE RORINO A 8FCIJl(.TV
Alt. KH(II Or AMCNITIOS.
afss Rsiaitsd. All Klads el Ksta MaJsv.
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