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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN. '
fiAJRO. ILLINOIS, THUK8PAV KOnNINQ, APRIL 19, 1883.
Impurity of the
fllood. Fever art
and all Dlwswses
caused br Pe-
ravogemeat of Lifer, Bowel aod Kidney.
SYMPTOMS OF A DISFASED LIVKK.
Dad llreath : Fain In lh Side, sometimes the
pain is fell under the Shoulder-blade, mistakes, far
Kheumatism ; general Una of appetite; Bowses
generally costive, sometime nlieruaiing with but;
the head I troubled with pain, to dull and heavy,
with considerable tries of memory, accompanied
with a painful eensatioe of leaving undone something
which ought to have been done; a alight, dry eoui.li
and flushed tun it sometimes aa attendant, oftca
mistaken for consumption; the patient complain
of wearincti and debility; nervuue, entity sunled;
Irrt cold or burning, sometimes a prickly waaatioa
of the akm eiisis; spirits arc low and despondent,
and, although satisfied that tacrine would be bene
ficial, yet one can hardly lutnnton up fortitude to
try it in (act, dutruaia every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the disease, but caaea
have occurred when out few of them eiistcd, yet
eiamiruoiun after death ha shown the Liver la
have been extensively deranged.
It shoald be s4 by all persona, oV4 aa
Fooag , whenever any f th above t
Fernon Traveling or Living la Ca
kealthy Localities, try taking a dte occasion
ally to keep the Liver in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria, IHllous attack. Dimness, Nau
sea, Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, etc. Il
will Invigorate like a glass of wine, but la B b
If Ton have eaten anything hard ad
digestion, or feel heavy after meaie, or sleep
less at night, take a dote and you will be relieved.
Time and Doctors Bills will bo saved
bjr always keeping the Regulator
la the Honeel
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
safe purgative, alterative and tonic caa
never be out of place. The remrdy la harmless
and dooe wot Interfere with bus! noes or
IT M PTREIY TEOKTABtK.
And hat all the power and efheacy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after eSects.
A Governor's Testimony.
Simmons Liver Regulator hat been in use la Sly
family fur some lime, and I aa utia&ed it it a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J. Gut SnoTia, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Aleiander II. fetephfioa, of Oa.,
sari: Have derived acme lnefit from the use of
Simmon Liver Regulator, and ia te give il a
"The only Thing that never falls to
Relieve." 1 have used many remedies for Dyt
prptis. Liver Affection and Debility, bat never
have found anything to benefit me to the eaieea
Steimoti Liver Regulator lias. 1 sent from Mm.
oesota to Georgia for it, and would tend further for
such s medicine, and would advise ail who are sim
ilarly affected ts give it trial as it teems the only
thing that never hilt to rWieve
P. M. Jannrv, MinnripolU, Mian.
Dr. T. W. Mason aavsi From actual a
perieace fa the use of birnmont Liver Regulator is
say practice I have beea sod aa satisfied to use
aad prescribe H at I purgative medicine.
f&rTake only the Gonulno, which always
hat on the Wrapper the rod Z Trade-Hark
sad Signature of J, II. ZEIUX CO.
FOR SA.Lt BY ALL DRUGGISTS,
nEOlWK LEACH. M.
Phvnioian and Surireoii.
riuoclsl attention Bald to the iiJiaeoi.sthtcttent'
qenl of surgical dlseee, and disraasa rfwo ata
OlBfe! llo tb strerft, oppoelte the fi'ft Crt-,
. euro. III.
U. J. K. STIION'O,
128 Commercial Ave-, Cairo, 111,
VAt'ott, ELKCTBOVAPOR sua MgDICATKD
A lady to atteudsnca.
W. C. JOCfcLYN,
OVriCB-Klghtk Street, near Como erelal A vera
E W. WHITLOCK,
urnus-No. IS Commercial
e'grt'jaod Htuth Htraote
JtTKW YORK STORK,
WUOLE9AIJ5 AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety .Stock
IN THK CITT. 1
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. FA.T1KU Sc OCX,
0r. Stneteentlt'ltreet I ( !airO. ID
"immerdal AventtHf 'a"vl
136 and 138 Comme I
etal Avenue. (
DRY (JO0D3 and NOTIONS,
a full Una of all the latest, newest colore
and quality. and best manufacture.
Bodv Brnesels, Tepeetrlai, Inftame, OU
Cloths, Ac,, c.
Clothing 'and Gents! Furnishing
This D -penman, occupies a foil io- and
la eompieie In all respects. Goods are
luaranteed ol latest style end best ma
teriel. Bottom PHcm A rirat cltwa Goodij
N. B. TMstlewood A Bro.
GRAIN SACK8 and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo. - - - Illinois.
NEWS OF THE DAY.
Rudy For Argument 'in the Star
Rout Trial-Other Newt.
WuhinotoN, April Irt.In the Star
Rome trial this morning Hllm called John
A. WaNIs mid aki If be bad ever had any
motti-v trnacfliiiN with Brady. He wan
ted to irne that Bradv hit. I pasted to
Walsh drafls given to bltn by l'rloe, who
would be here In-day 1I also ottered to
prove that Brady had requested witness to
depoult a certain sum of money to bis
credit and that Walsh accordingly placed
110.000 wltb Hatch foot, of New York,
to Brady ' creait. the oner was retuaed.
Merrick "Nell, your Honor, that dos
es the Governor's rebuttal"
Counsel for tbe defense announced that
they were ail throwers.
'Sow we come
part of the caie
1 be question arose to ine procedure in
Merrick advocated an adherence to tbe
plan followed In tbe former trials.
Henkle thouiht tbut tbe court should
limit argument by defining, tbe law upon
disputed points. Iitvldge believed that
the argumeuta would consume tbe remain
der of the year, unless loina such plan
in order to mow time lor preparation
of arguments on Iceal points, Bliss sug-
Seated a recess until Friday. Tbe court
well upon the subject at some length,
carefully reviewing the methods of practice
In dlffefe nt court and concluding that It
would be better to bear arguments upon
tbe facts In tbe esse before disposing of tbe
legal points, a eoune puriuea in me last
Arguments to the Jury would be flrst
beard and than counsel might submit the
disputed points of law for discussion at
pleasure. The)ury might render a general
verdict, but could not pus upon points of
Davidga said that there were certain or
ganic points that should be settled before
the arguments were begun. Kor Instance,
there was some doubt u to tbe statute
upon which the iudlrtrnent was based,
rlietbcr uuon lection o.44o revised statutes
or upon the act of Mar 17, W.
The court remarked that there were o
many statutes It would be safe to thoot
Into the flock In hop of bringing one
Oavldge attached great weight to the
point regarding the statute applicable to
Carpenter demanded from tbe Govern
ment a statement of tbeir position In the
matter, but bis demand was not complied
with. The court finally agreed to hear ar
gument upou tbe point after recess.
rornftra Patjaora K boa Id ho Boat Bark.
WagHiNOTUX, April 18. The State De
partment Is aimoTcd by newspaper com
ments on the landing of paupera from Ire
land. A high official tavs that tf pauper
are landed H la the fault aelely of local au
thorities, who have all tbe powers neces
sary to control It. it the Kngiisn uovern-
m'ut or private persons are sending inee
paupera out, the collectors of custom in
the ports where they are landed can send
them bark on the same steamer, and at
the expense of the companies themselves.
The law can da sppuea at ouoe ana who
out technicalities to any one who Is in
danger of becoming a public charge,
whether through poverty, t.Ueae, Insanity
or wesiiiiiiucunr. auu iiic-uuvu c -
pedslly to prevent tbe immixrallon of the
WahiGTON, April 18. A
eotnnilttee to investigate the
airsiuat Kunenislnz Architect Hill
duy, reaa over tne cnarges ana notmeu ex
Congressman Murcb. of Maine, that thv
were ready to proceed as toou as he
appears, and then adjourned uutil to-mor
A REMARKABLE CHARACTER.
A Matter of Six Languages and a Soldier in
Four Wart Doomed to Die.
BtrRUWOTOX. Vt.. April 18. Henry
De Busavs, one ot the most textranrdlnarr
criminals of tbe axe la to be Lauded, April
27, at Kllxubetbtown, New York, a little
village on Lake ( hamplaln, directly oppo
site this city. His crime Is commonplace.
being that or wire muruer. a year ago
last summer be drifted to Essex, where be
procured employment m a farm laborer.
After a brief coursblp be married Eliza
Wells, a widow much bis senior la Years,
who owned a small- proper
ty, On the 1st of Ausust, lS2, air. ana
rs. De Boinvs were seeul drivliik- out of
tbe village, and after a brief interval De
Bosneyi was seen contloulDK thi journey
alone. The woman not making her ap
pearance, search was made, which result
ed in nnuinK ner inangiea ana meiess oouy
concealed under a mass ot leaves and rub.
tUh near tbe side of tbe road. Circum
stance plainly poluted to the husband si
the murderer. He was tried and found
lie education was thorough and exten
sive, and be can write and speak six lan
guagesEnglish, Fretich, Italian, Spttn
IhIi, Oreek and I'ortuyucsc and chu less
perfectly speak and underitand several
other latifruaUHs. While yet a mere lad he
sailed with a North l'olar expedition under
Leclaire. and waa koiio nearly two years,
from February, 1843, tu October, 1HN). In
1864, with bis father and brother, be vol
unloered for the Crimean war, and served
in the French army lu the Crimea for a
cotiple of years. A few years of peace fol
lowed. In which Dt'BoM'iya completed bis
education, hut on the breaking out of the
war wiid Austria in lwv oe joined ho
Mahon's armv, in which, however, he saw
but a few mouths' service, sullinsr in tbe
autumn to China with the Kronen contln-
fent. Returning to France be Joined the
tench expedition to Mexico In 1841, and
after a lew mouths joined the
Mexican side, becoming a captain of guer
illas under Lopes He came north and
enlisted In the Fourth Pennsylvania vol
unteeri In 1H68. (Shortly after came the
battle of Gettysburg, and in It Pe Bosnyi
wae severely wounded In the head and arm.
Ho secured Ills discharge from the army In
1864 and went lo Fiance, and In two
months he married a Mile. Denmark.
Matrimony, however, fulled to eradicate
his love of adveuture, and after a honey
moon of only two month he sailed on
another Artie expedition and waa abent In
tba polar region nearly three year, lie
turning, he went to Home, thenoe to Part,
tbrnco to New York, aud thence to the
Tbe outbreak of tbe Franco-rruMlan war
ailed blni from bis aboriginal retirement
and he crossed the sea and entered the
Trench army. He served all through tbe
war, then shipped for America, . .
He fell by degree until he became a
tramp, wandering about tbe country and
doing odd Job of work a a painter and a
farm laborer, and fiunlly came to the crime
which will put an end to bl restless ca
reer. Of late he ha manifested toward
Jailor and visitor the nioet ferocious sav
eyery, and no one ran do anything with
klm. Ill time he spends writing bis auto
Mograpby. Altogether It I a mom extra
ordinary , and De Bosnys la a most ex
0pmKoriBi., III.. April II. -I
fleuate the regular order waa quickly nm
through to unlalshed bueluesa, whem Use
Dill relating to the Board of Health tad
bucket-shops came tip. This hill waathor
ouKhly discussed Tuesday, hut SeatUtre
Holers, Klee, Huat and Hsmlltefi arirowl ,
strongly aKainst tbe bin, and aeaator lao ,
Ins lolned bands with It suDPorUn. Aa
hour and a half waa eousumed in the de
bate, and at last the oaactlag clsuira waa
The sDeclal ordere were: First, the) hill .
to place life Insurance comoaMlee. be Beve
led icxietles, etc., under State uporUe-!
toa, which passed wtth little debate; ese ,
ond, the Htate mlllria UU1, which waa Msi !
postponed until after tarn reading et Ida
Journal to-morrow 1 and third, the UUi
proviiiinif lor the cotwetlitattoa w eeruia,
railroad eurporatloiie, which passed. Th ;
bill for an act K permit owners of Iaa4 ee
eonstrtitrt dmlns for aarrtculiural yurfeaaa
was taken up as unfinished huiiaeae a4!
ordered to a third reading. . ' ,
The House met with a full attewdaace. :
Tuesdav '1 Journal was. approved, e4
vote taken an - anetalainj the Speaker I
position from which Mr. CrUUf Qitgawo. f
appealed oa Thursday laat. The Deaio
arats f rained uaaa eotrnr aad the tet
stood 73 to nothing. The Speaker d)4 aoi
vole, aor did Mr. Owen, the tick member, ;
thouirh he waa lu an adjoining room. Mr. '
Studor, of Chicago, bad paired himself
with Mr. Roland. So all arrangements X
secure a quorum bv having all the Be
publicans present failed. On metiota
Mr. Purson, of Madison, - the Qotiaa ad
Journed until to-morrow. The rota' aa
adjournment showed TS.
A Big tTrewase erf tBrwtss.
St. Louie, April M. The largoet elagl1
trade ever made la grain options aa the
8t. Louis Exchange were made to-day
when T. O. Bowraaa and Bea Clark ech
sold a round lot of a half mlllloa huihaie
year wheat at $1 08 K. The buyer wae
Ben L. Barnes, who took the Bill
Hon bushels without winking. The tntal
purchase of year wheat by Ha roe must
have been somewhere to tbe aeigfaborhood
of 1,500,000 bushels. T. (t. Bewmaa waa
approached shortly after the trad wae
made and asked where be expected t get
tbe wheat wltb which to All hie eale.
"I'llgt-tlt eomswherv)," eald he. "or
else I'll pay out the . difference, as lien
entity do. No, air, I'll bet thai I buy
back that wheat by to-morrow night at a
Uames, la response t the queetfea
what he wanted of such wheat, replied;
"This roan tip In tbe northwest that's rot
the btgfarm-wbet'e hie namer Well, he
wants tbe w beat for seed."
There were soma deubis east upon (hie
trading, aad some of the operators re
fused to believe it was baa nae,-eieunlng
that it was slmpry "waeh" aeJee belwee
tbe parties. It was eatd that F antes waa
aiSDblv bulllag year to get July up higher,
ao that be could make a better average ew
his short sale for July.
A WU Mrur4 tta s
BaLTnfoavi. April 18.-Illa CarHs.
aged So yean, was shot and mortally
wounded about S o'clock last Talgfet by her
bu.band, Miohael CerUs. about tk earn
age. The tragedy eurrd m
house of til-ran kept Vf
Mme. Eane, a 9. IU. Casurn aveito,
Tbe above young couple have ba sp.
rated for aeveral moatha, "and lot
husband becoming sueplcien eg her
iotimscy with' a certaia youag jmeet
with whom she, ha ha freaaiitly
aeen, followed laat evaalttg. Mr. Ueflia
was seen to enter th ah house. 'and
wae In a room wit a yassetg jam, arkiathpr)
husband entered. Aecanier harf iauel- 1
Itr, he give vent to a terrible oath, and
drew a revolver aad shot tbe woman la
tha right ere, the hall penetrat
ing tbe brain, inflicting a fatal wound. Af
ter firing tba shot tbe husband made tm
attempt to escape, and asknowktdged th
iyt Pavrt a He rwrau
Battle Ground, Iod., April 18. Ml
Belle Brv an bad a quarter of her skull torn
from ber bead la a sleighing accident aev
eral month ago, and aleo toot a cupful of
brain. No one thought she would re
cover, hut the side of ber head hae put d
out and her mind seems perfectly okar.
burgeons say 11 u a remarubie
A Waaavaa Hue.
TaUKTOm, Mas., April 18. tllea Hal
lasey, aged 66, waa found dead this mora
ins. It la thought she waa murdered.
Tlmotbv, aged 19, and John, aged S3, aeev
of the murdered woman, and Win. Fiyaa
were arrested for the deed.
Kkw Yohk, April 18. Engineer are
making surveys on North river, below tha
City Hull, to find the best place for th
New York and New Jersey tuanel, which
was proposed for freight train before th
Hudson river tuunel waa arranged for. It
1 to cost SlO.OOO.OOO, aad a depot is to he
built at Five Points. Tbe tuaol la to
start from near th City Hall, run uadr
Elm street, Lafayette pise and Fourth
avenue and connect wltb th Fourth ave
nue tunnel. Tbe river tunnel will be 00
hundred feet below the lurfaca, aad th
land tunnel from thirty -six to fifty feet
underground. Prominent capitalists are
Interested la the project. r
UNDREAMED OF HORRORS.
The Wont Than Barbaroua Treatment
th Masaachutettt Poor.
Boston, April 18. At th
examination M iry
E. Bowen, formerlv aa
IninaMi, said the could not eat tbe foHl
furnlHbed but lived upon that bouicht Wlta
the money furnlsbed her. She never saw
auy of tbe March family white there, Thirty
or more wouieu were bathed In tbe aame
water, many patient having bad kln dl
tease and many Infested with vermin.
When there waa time, carbolic acid wae
poured on the bead of such patient. VerJ
mln were all over tbe place, rata being a
abundant that tbe patient would aallthe
nure to drive tbem away. On consump
tive woman we unable to call for help aod
ber feet were badly bitten. This happened
every night until the died. Th oloeeU
and everything were flltbly, but when visi
tor were expected toe thing were
One woman who died waa large and ber
bony was crowded into a box by men
Rttimllng on It. She had on tbe tame bote
uet woiu when alive. Another patient
ooeu pled abed on which this woman died
that night, no rhan.e of clothing being
made. An old insane woman was beaten
with stlok and tied with rope. Wltoeee
had come on from New York to give ber
testimony and Brown atked eeveral que
ttons, which Gov, Butler eatd were not
pertinent. Brown retorted that the char
acter of the wltiteeeee, to far. were fit sub
ject for criticism, and he proposed In able)
esse to know this witness' entire tefT.
The governor eald ha did not propeea te
alt still nd allow Mi wltneeto he ma
llgned. He asked the committee not to allow
It. Some of their daughter might by
chance come to thli heH-upon earth. tud
applaute from the spectator fol
io wed. Th governor (aid that hcJoe
wltnes was aTallen women her character
should not he tha issue In. this caa. fbt
should answer all pertinent oMtion, Mt
not those whloh sought to drat ber aow.
Brown aald His Excellency winced as bar
never bad before. He called tbe governor'
attention to a caa where be (the govafwar)
questioned the wltnee in rag art! I ebar
eter, etc., In a moat unheard-of way. The
question a to proceeding wtth tba area
examination we decided by tb aommtMea
in the eaarniauv by a a te i fata.
lDrsthH Car si aA,
aTiaWA, Moat., April 18.-A dispatch
b )ti8t been received from Gtendale,
Bavarhead county, whloh state that an
a4d-ety1 fight eoeurred In the little mln ug
mmft lion City Mouday night, ah jut
Take mil from there. A low dive, kept
by JaUk Kutt, was the scene of tbe mur
dv. It seems that a deiperado named
Sadall bad gone Into the saloon, and,
er amarrallBg wtth mm of tha women,
draw hi tx- hooter and begun to run th
. na aaa oraerea tn armu, up
too often, a the last
' he called ana threatened
a slm4lh the ptac - unless
Jaa waa humored the bar-tender pulled hla
hotgua, which waa heavily loaded, from
Tsadsr th eotiaUr and dropped tbe fellow
dead at tb bar, The general feeling is that
h reauJt la food, hut that Kutt should be
ired - of . . lis will very likely
ewtrsg, aa there are maey there who do not
ilk. aim an account of a former scrape In !
wbjehbe and a mining-boss named Jim
Jpartat and othsr were concerned n last
' 1 - ' T.i
f .wateajtjs-as-e-eaeajay: ras-eeeea-
MCtJsUnfTa, Arliona. April 18. A, proa"
steering parry' was . chaaed within three
radleaof this place last. evening by the Apa
h. Th town Is mrroamW with csinn
tree d slcnalllnK haa. oeea going on all
4yia the nelKhlorlng mountains.) The
ituene ar niounfei) waiting an attack. A
apeeiat train from Camp Hiiichtk Is
coming with troop, ( apt. Black, the
ranger, haa arrived. Ha avs he traced
the Indian who killed JudL'e McCotnn
aad hla- wife Into tbe Hlerra Malre
Mounulne In Chihuahua. Two icouts got
haelfhtof ttreeamp In a deep canon and
auntd lity-two warrior. They also ol
arvd a larg amount of plunder and many
animal. Capt. Black feared to make an
attack a th ranger numbered but twen
ty. The El Paso Times says editorially
that both tha American anl Mexican tro
will enlist a hundred and fifty San Carlo
Apache to move to 8onora. A moat
Tlgeroua campatim will be Immedla'e'v
ommeaoed. Both American and Mexican
eflleer believe annihilation the only way to
make peae poeitbie. -
Mnarma, April 18. The temer
John S. Branaford, owned by Capt. Milt.
M. Harry, en route from St. Francis river
to Cairo, with 11,000 feet ot walnut lum
ber struck a reef at one o'clock this mom
(ng at Dean's Iland, fortv mile above
Menphl aodiunk. Tb boat was valued
at. fr.OOO; Iniured for $fi,000. The
wrecking' eteamer Eckert has Rone
to the aeea ot the disaster. No live
iAt.T LiKl. t'tah. 'A.vr 18. -The erand
Jury f th third district is discharged.
There were no indictments under the Ed
mund lew. No testimony ws offered or
attainable. Xdmnnda commissioners are
expected bf dally.
The Ortfon Short Line began delivering
Taeiigra at the new terminus on tbe
weed BKer Branch, twenty -two mile
north of 8hhnc.
aaeme miimK sta bo-.
WaaaToroTOX, April 18.-Th commie
aloa attpolajtad to select a site for the new
jwbHe bunding at Leavenworth," Kani.
ratortd In favor of the ptircbsee of the
frefatrV oa tbe corner of Second, Mala and
I)Iwar streets. .
1Hm taa t fee Marrf4.
WanararsTOKr pm so.n-i-Jr .mil"
. ' A 1. .A . . II.
anmia etsnji a J Maaj'iil Fi'Ml
lMOXiaaa ts prrjmrini to marry a nari(i.imn
yeejng wii eereral ihade whlterthan him
MosmTiTflHe-jt, N. J.. April 18."ame
TrtgVown wa hned this morning at 10:23
tor tha murder of Minute Chlrgwln at Port
Oram, Tuesday, June . 12.
OatTTrtxc, Cart.. April 18. Tbe block
f atorae on Colborn street, in which
ala la tha Masonic tod Oranic Hall, wa
avuraad thU morning. Lost $40,000.
WAsarfiraTAic, April W. Cpt. Charlet
C. MoConnelt of the Fifth Artillery wa
retired, becsnt of disability lo tbeter
merer Tawk Paper lis naif rtla and
Nw Ton, April 18. The Herald tavt:
"In tb nine month that ended March 111,
there cam from Germany to tbts country
early five times s many Immigrants a
earn from Ireland In the same period,
Ireland was outdone even by England nnd
: Wale, for these countries sent 4-1, '.'W,
.' white Ireland tent only 26,014. But tbe
'A, 000 who came from tbe dominion of
' Canada are aa uncertain quantity as to
aatlooalUy that may change thldrelatlon."
Tb Sun lay down tb following har
monious prladples: "I. Let the l riff
be fr revenue. It will then be protective
ale, II. Let the revenue tariff bo the
aly eauroe of revenue. HI. Let all Inter
ital taxes be abolished at onoe, except on
ly tb tea oa spirits. IV. Let the tax on
spirit be retained only to meet the neces
sity af maa to pay arrearage of pension.
When tbee trrearagaa are provided for let
tb spirit tat be likewise abolished . These
are principle upon which all patriotic men
as unite. "
. NEWS NOTES.
Tb German Parliament on Tuesday
fated 3,O0O,0U0 mark for the construction
f venous branch railway In tbe Em
pire, Jamea Gould, a youns lawyer of Canton,
Ml., wae aecidetitly killed by hi friend,
John Wahner, while gunning on Tues
day. In Milwaukee, on Tuesday, George
Icheller, on trial on a chitrge ot having
tt fire to tbe Newhall house, wa acquit
lad; the verdict we received with
Bismarck It not a good orator. Fie
sought, etammera and stops for the right
word, and ftan becomes Involved In
teatene which teem almost Interminable,
When he writes hit ttyle I Idiomatic aud
W. A. Lyle, the newspaper reporter who
hot Charlet M. Barni, of Galvetton, last
rsil, was flaed J2ft for carrying concealed
weapons by tbs District Court at Han An
tool on Tuesday.
AtCapanGrI, Mo,, on Monday nlubt, a
fiehermaa J' named Willoughby was shot
dead by Couttabls Dave Smith, of Calhoun
county, III., Warn he reiused to quit
thing la tbe river at that point.
la Philadelphia, on Tuesdav, ;?irei
Teongbslnt. who throw a bomb into tha
ream wbr August Goackel, hla aon-ln-law,
wae working, waa fined 900 and ten
tstcad t Imprisonment for three years,
At e'nlock en Tuesday evening Dsn
11 Oriadel, a farmer living near Darlln
Its. III., waa boarding a Burlington and
Qqfney train at Rock laland for St. Louis
k was knocked down and robbed of 1,M
which he carried, lu. a wa.llet.
qataral Thomas H , Bennet, ex-Oover-or
of Idahq, and now a prominent lie
MMIean politician of Indiana, was
thrashed by Itaao Kline, editor of tbe
Evening Item of Richmond, lnd., on
Titssdsy evenlnr. The ex-Governor at
lattpted te kastl tha sdltor.
Lyvaai Potter, who wu run down and
WHed by a-Uscmo4ve tn Mississippi a few
dare stelae, waa, tha original wbeelbnrrow
roaabM. Kit first feat wae trundling one
of tb e vobiels frwa Ian Francisco to
Araany. aad at the time of hie deat be wit
em a aimtlar tramp trots) Ksw York New
Empertr Wiillam't Meetaft Feraihaiawi
Trouble in Curop.
5nw Toatr, April 18. A pdl cable
to the World from London aara: "The
moasago of t'-e Emperor William to the
lUlohstag cailing for segtalatiow to tha
interest ot tb working class oieite a
much unaaiinaa bar In official circle at
Berlin, for the reason that It la believed to
hav been Inspired by distrust ot tb exit
ing government u : Franc aad to
cover a rulliUry programata which
will pretty certainly be car.
ricd out upon th firet eymvtema of Kri
011a political . dhturbaoc in Franc.' I
hav It on th beat authority that, under
order whloh wr tsaucd from. Berlin a
fortnight ago. six dlvl.lonaet th iran
imperial's ,T"4f'M,r -rej
bcn trot U a. ii n'rtmi theTi ench
frontier la three dav' tuna. Some of tbe
"Socialist leader la Q irmany appear to be
inclined to cut out work nearer home for
this force by provoking overt disturbance
among the German working claaiee; but,
a any such attempt would be
disastrous to the people, It Is not likely It
would be made. The real danger in Europe
at this moment I at l'arli, where the men
in authority teem to he entirely Incapable
of undemanding the danger to which tbey
are exposing not only the p-sce of the con
tinent out the very existence ot their own
country. The Idea of holding a regular
debataon the address in replr to tbe Em
peror message has been abondoned be
cause the liberal group were unable to
LoNHO. April 18. A box said to con
tain explosives era found aluiiKtlde the
cntheilral at Salisbury Tuesdav night. The
cathedral It now guarded by the po
lice. AK'WVINCinLB" ARKMTID.
Loxdos, April 18. A man named
Euitune Kingston, said to be an Invincible,
and connected with tba Pbanix Park mur
der, is arrested.
Loxdon, April 18. An explosion ha
lust occurred in the coal cellar under tbe
barracks in Dover. The shock ihattered
window and tumbled down chimney tn
Di'BLl!, April 18. On reumptlon of
the trial of Daniel Cut ley this morning
Adam began an argument forth defense.
He declde.J the evidence given bv Kava
nsgh did not show Curiey was In Phoenix
Park May 6. Hi present "there, ald
Adams, was Indicated by James Carey,
who said Curiey was In command, but
C'arev 10 iwore to (ave bl own neck. He
was doubtless In command himself of the
Porter, attorney-general for Ireland,
responded tor tbe crown. TheJude then
' charged tbe Jury and the latter retired.
They oon retnrrd and rendered a vr
dlctof guilty of murder and Curiey was
entenced to be hanged.
Tbe 18th of May I th date fixed for tha
execution of the condemned man.
' PrklbltN tat nilsrata.
Chicago, April 1. Throughout Illinois
yesterday forty-etght citle voted upon the
Wior question In balloting for munMpa!
attaint. . seventeen declared tor prohibition
anUstalrsna. ..ttirtteaai aiaisaea
I license, and of thlatef lr were1 for high
license; four town Ignored tbe saloon
question and voted on ttratght political Is
sue. TlsTrtk aaetaay.
Xaw Tors, April 18. The tockbolders
of the Mutual Union Teh-graph Company
met for tbe purpose ot mtifyluir the lease
of tbe line of tbst company to the Western
Union Company. There were represented
bv the owner In person or by proxy U3,
80 share of stock aud tbe vote la favor of
ratification was unanimous .
X a baaf wii u
Boston. April 18. Seth Kennedy, the
tnisfd clerk of M. S. Page A Co., pawn
brokers, was arretted on a charge of tm
bezzlouieut of 15,0XI0.
A isttxMoel Rltsntr,
Liverpool, April 18, The
Sardinian, which arrived to-day,
that on the 12th she spoke tbe
Brooklyn City. Bristol for New York, with
APRIL 19. 1881.
CATTLK Fairly active and firmer.
Exports 0 S0rio 60; good to choice ship-
J ert' o tudi IS; common to fair $0 4WV
75; butchers' W 40 W; stouker snd
feeder $MtS 15.
HOGS-Actlve, Arm and 5 to 10c higher;
light T7 50) mixed picking tQ kHVen o;
heavy packing and shipping fT VX&1 85.
CATTLE Export steen to '34 90;
good to heavy native ateers KlSoMoO;
common to medium native ateers $4 &0fi
0 60; fair to good feeder $4 ToToA 5; com
mon to good itookers Htufttttt; common
to choice native cow and heifer $J 9ix3
4 90; .Southwest steers S8 75ft5 00: corn-fed
Texatii H 7.i 00; tcallawsg $V9 60.
UCHiS Heally no market: buyers de
manding concessions, and seller holding
ateadlly; shiupein offeid k"! 1097 S0 for
light to good lorker.
SHKlTl'-yulet. Good to fancy $o40r
6 40: medium to fair $4 50rtt 30, common
a :iro !..
vVnEAT-Aprli 1 00 b.i May
108; June,llO; July $1 11; year
COUN-Aprll B)W b.t May M; June
DOS; July Oils'; August 57V.
O.VT8-May Juu4i b.( July
41H b.t year 83V.
WITBAT-Mav $1 11 H bld June
$1 2H to $1 liVi July 1 10 V
loll 10.'(, clnslmrUlo; August $1 00t to
flOHi; vear$l OS's lo II Oris.
C'ORN'-April l. ; May sSSto 4Hfi
V: Juno 0KM b.; July OAV h.; Auguiii
b. J rear 45, and later to b.
OA I d-April 42 b. May 41 Vj Ju'y
WHEAT May el JO; June $122; July,
CORN-ApHIMt.'; My6AN JaaeO&J.
Culr rvexlue, Bl.
BUTTER CrtHiiirv Cholc to faney 29
(9) seconds at ht d tlry rate. Dalra
Choice to fanny medium and low
grade prime ltft common toixrdll.
1'OULTRY-Ettcyi offering liberal snd
demand moilfruie. Wa quote Chickens
-Cocks fcliWoiflN); mixed W 7(f4; bene
fsoreMOO; tprlng chickens salable at W
8, aooordlng to slac; duck M0or4 5O;
turkey .4R(ol5 gmtte nominal; pigeon
E008 Pteady it I.Vi, and ready sale.
LEAD Finn. Kale, 10 oart special
brand hard (chemical) f. 0. b E trk t H
S0( tame bid tor more.
Country mirurts arm. Ppot wheat
Arm and athade higher; No. I tprlng 9a
Mi No. 8 tprlng a lilt Western winter
8 111 California advanced tdj mlsed Wet
earn eoni strong at IV id, jiemaatd from
I'nlted Kiugdom aad Continent good tor
wheat aud torn. . .
A great many people art askiaf
what particular trouble Blown
Iron Bittku b good tar.
It will core Heart Disease, Parai
ysis, Dropsy, Kidney Dixaae, Coo
sumption. Dyspepsia. Rhcnmatiira,
Neuralgia, and all similar
' In wonderful curative power is
imply because it purifies and en
ridges Uie blood, thus beginning at
the foundation, and by building op
the KytU-m, drives out all disease.
A Lady Cured of Rheumatism.
Baltimore, Mil., May v, tUo.
My health was much sna tiered be
Rheumaiisiii svlien I cosnmencei
taking brown's Iron Hitlers, aod I
scarcely had strength enough to al
ter. J to my daily nouseholu duties.
1 am now using the third bottle and I
am rrgnining strength daily, aad 1
chtitrtuily recommend il to all.
I cannot V too much in pratee
of it. Mrs. Maky . ltuAStiaajt,
1 73 Prestmanat.
Kidney Disease Cured.
Chriatiansburg, Vs., tBss.
Suffering irom kidney disease,
frura whicn 1 could t no relief, I
tried Urown't Iron fitters, which
cured me completely. A cluld ul
mine, recovering from scarlet fever,
had no appetite and did not teem w
le able to eat at all. I gave him Ire
fcilfcrs with tli happiest results.
J. KVUI MoKTAUl'S,
Vine St., Harrtsburg, Pa,
Dec s, 1S81.
After trying different physician
end many remedies for palpitation '
of the heart without receiving say .
benefit, I was advised to try Brown's '
Iron ISiuers. 1 have used two bos ,
lies and never found anything that
give ae 10 much relief.
Mrs. Jenki Han.
Tor the peculiar trouble to which
ladies ars subject, U&owx's IlOst,
BiTTUts it iavaluable. Try it
Be sure and get tha Genuine. '
Head and Circulate.
The Illinois Central K.It. Co.
fWYTfeeh rof lie' Tematrjlnt lania at one J-.
mr per r iee insii tue prt-Mmt priee, rrota tmw
time nntll the Orst day of O tnicr. 1hH4. Alter
that dt thJ precent prt -en will lie restored. All
whu di'iri' to purclinKV boald sv!l theaeelre of
this lltH-r'nl ou.-r hi on-c. T. UAOUT,
Km psrtlciHara mnulm of
M. K ASTKhJAT A C:
Ayte for I C. R. K. 1st r!e,
1 9 ei
-3 a -A
a 5!" 52
l,op on llt'llilsy Avenur, lietwccn r.nrih
Nulh lr:ia, taito, llllaoi.
tat-All kinds I 1 ight od hoavy blckIlhtne,
wKmaiid rarrlat work done In tb mi)twk
manlike manner. Il.irt: aUveiug a enetiielty a
s M Msnursctarer sou . oa.ur 1
Mb 8lru hslweea Cossl Ave. snd Levee.
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