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Impurity of lha
Mood, Fever ao4
aod all UlMtMl
caused by De.
rangement of Liver, Bowels and Kidney.
SYMPTOMS OP A DISEASED LITE.
Bad Dreaih; Pun In the Side, aoeKliiae the
r,in it felt under the Shoulder-blade, nUtakea far
heumatum : general lot of appetite ; Bowels
generally costive, emnetiaies alternating with lu(
the head it troubled with pain, it dull aad heavy
with considerable lou of memory, accompanied
with a painful tetuatinn of leaving undent something
which ought to have been done; a slight, dry cougC
and Authed face it ernnetime as anendaaf, ofea
anittiken for consumption; the patient caoiptaiat
of wearineit and debility ; nervout, easily startled;
irtt culd or burning, timet i met a prkltly seaearios)
of the (kin cuius; tpinu are low and oespoodent,
and, although tuitfiiu that exercise would be beea.
filial, yet one can hardly turn moo up fortitude to
try it in fact, dittnitta every remedy, bcveral
of the above symptom, attend the diteaaa, hut caae
hart occurred when but lew of them earned, yM
examination after death hat shewn the LJrvr at
hare beta c (entirely deranged.
It ahotild b uaed by all persons, old aftd
young, whenever any of Use above
Ferae. Traveling or Llrlner la Va
bawltay LoeaUUes, by taking a dM occaatea
ally M keep the Liver la healthy actio, win avoid
all Malaria. ItlUoua attack., Diuiaeaa, Mao
Sea, Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, eta It
will invigorate like a gtati of win, but Lf ao Uk
If Ton hay eaten anything hard el
digestion, or feaJ heavy after await, or sleep .
lea at night, take a dose and you will be nileve-
Time and Doctora' Bill will be saved
by alwayi keeping tba Kegulator
In the Ilouael
For, whatever the ailment 0117 be, a thoroughly
safe purgative, alterative and tonle caa
sever be out of place. The remedy It hannlese
and dnea Dot Interfere with business or
IT 19 PtHELY VEOETABLK,
And hat all the power and efficacy of Caloatal or
Quinine, without any of lha injunoue after cOasta.
A Governor's Teetlraony.
Simmons Liver Regulator hat becnia uaa la my
bmilv fur tnma tint, and I am satitaed it it a
valuable addition to the medical tcienc.
J. Gill Shoctii, OoraraororAIa.
Hon. Alexander II. Htephena, of Ga
taya: Hart derived soate benefit I root the UM ot
Simmons Liver JtcguUior, and wisa to give k a
"The only Thing that Br-ver fall te
Relieve."-! hive used many reaediet for Dys-
r'ptia. Liver Affection and Debility, but ncret
are found anything to benefit ma to the extent '
himmont Liver Regulator hat. I tent from Mia.
noota to (rtorgia for it, and wo-jld tend further for
such a medicine, aad would advite all who art 11 m
ilarly affected torn it a trial at u aecam (he oaty
thing that never tails 10 relieve
P. M. Jahwwt, Miancapotia, Mian.
Dr. T. W. Mason aayst Fran actual ex
perience in the ute of &immmt Liver Regulator ia
my practice I have been and am taiaAad M MM
and prescribe it at a purgative medietas.
5" Tike only the Genuine, whiea always
baa 00 the Wrapper the red 1 Trada-Mark
and Signature of J. II. ZF.ILLM A CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS 1
QEOIIGE . LKiCU, M. D.
Pliwioian and Surtreon.
Specie! attention paid t tha Homeopathic treat,
rami of surglral dlsnaeea, aud diseases of wotsag
Of!lce: m 1 tt h atrnat, oppnalta the PMt Orl 4.
Y)K J- E. HTRONrt,
128 Commercial Ave, Cairo, 111.
VAPHU. KLKOTKOVAPOH two MIDICATKP
A lady In attendance.
)H;-W. C. JOCKTaTV.
OFKU'R KlgUth PtriMt, near Comw ereta AveLte
jn v. w. wniTLOCK,
Orru'a No. 1M Commercial tvonoa, batwoea
tlM j aot N'.Lth Jirwu
g-KW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RBTAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS HOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1KK & OCX.
Oor. Hlnateentb itreet I Pjlint III
OooimerclalATHnoef 'HlIIU, I Ue
,McuV0am.Ber "I Cairo, Illinois.
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
a Ml linn of all the lataat. oeweit colon
and quality, and beit manufacture.
Rndr Brnitda, Tapeatrlei, IngtaiDtt Oil
Clothe, A 4c.
Clothing- and Gents' Furnishing
Thia D 'partmont oeeaplea a fall loir and
I complem la all reapeota. Ooodt are
Guaranteed ol lataat ttyle and beat me
anal. Bottom Prices and Flrat-elau Goodi!
KLOVR, (iBAIN AJfD BAT
HlcbMt Cub Ttlu Paid for Wfctat
QAIBQLL . DAILY
'' " niton rrifvTTio n.mm.ru , .7,.-.. j
Dynamiter! tnd Invincible Being
Other Newt From Abroad What hn
Happened In our Own Count7.
, T!t OF (ONSPIIUTORI. .
toiriK).v. April ?. Thf' mm arreated
for connection In the tlyuamite cont-pliacy,
wtre again lrouifht up thl iiinniing f'nr
further hearinir. 'ne court-riKim wh
rrowdcil. Among tbnaa proaeut were
Hnrixrt GladMon, aon of the Prince
MlliUlrt. end a metuher nf Purllinent. The
htiy who m employed li Whltfhoad tt
Blnnliigham, nnd who viae Irtenutied bf
Ly WM Vfd the wllnam )i.
He rtfoiTlxfi Tuortme Oullahr,
Dr. Oallaeher. aa the men who
had vhilted Whitehead. The bnv tettitied
that Oaliauhi r.wheo he Titlted Whitehead,
(fare the name of Fletcher, When he
called 00 Whitehead the latter tent blra
(the boy) on an errand and told bits be
Deed not hunt hark.
When be returned Whitehead and Gal.
laftber were etlll engaged iu convernHtlou,
and Whitehead gave him a holiday.
Shortly afterwarda Wllnon (another
of the pritonere) arrived 1b a cab.
He aaid he had come for "oil" that
"Fletcher" bad ordered. Wllaon waa
conducted by Whlteheed to an Inner room.
ext day Lynch came to Whitehead'
place, brintfinif with bin) a large box. Tbe
ooTwaa uaaMe to twear aa to the Identity
ofwilaon. He w a, however, potitlve
ti GallHKber, who lie taid ci I ltd several
times to ee Whitehead. A Birmingham
cabman aw ore he drove Vilaon from tbe
Midland Hotel to tbe bouae where Wblte
iead waa located.
A detective belonging to BlrtnlDKbair, nit
worn aud continued the testimony riven
by, other wltneM-e. He ootiflnnea tbe
aooounl Klvn by Lvnch of bla mnvetneut
while be wai In Blnnlnrham. The cuat
worn by Whitehead at tbe time of bin ar
ret! waa prodrtced. It bore the tullor'a
raarki "Ilrooks Broa.. Broadway, Nrw
York. ' ' Tbe Crowu produced a letter licned
by Wilaon. Tbe purchase of earthen
pans bv Whitehead wits proven. It waa
taxed In evidence that be told tbe vender
of whom he purchased then), that he had
raor-ntly arrived in England from New
York. A rubber-maker, wboae place of
business is near Omrlng C'rona Hotel, waa
sworn, and Identified OnlluKher s his run
tomer. After other witneaaes bad ilen
taatltnony, the cationera were rcmaadeil
for further bmirinK on Thuradsy next.
Tbe caae for tbe defente tben opened.
Kelley's eounael announced they would
produce witnesses to pmve an alibi for the
prwoner. He teatiflrd In support of tbe
el aim of alibi tbat be waa in the company
of toe prUoner tbe 6th of May. On crom
aiamtiiatlos hi evidence conflicted with
tbat (flven by an employer of the prironor.
Tbo defense called four friends
f Kellej, all of whom
swore the prisoner was in their
00 in pan y at tbe time Cavendlah and
Burke were aeainsted. One ol the wit
nesses called by the de(nae to prove en
alibi, teat I tied be went to Pboenlx Park
with Keller Sunday, May 7, and that both
made an e'xsrulnation of tbe blood ataina
on tha ground. Tbe submlialonof evidence
gartng been concluded Mrlnnery made
tha closing argument In tbe defenae of
Keller. Tbe Judge then delivered
his charge snd tbe Jury at 6:45 o'clock
Liverpool. April 80. Steamers from
this port for the I nltcd States and Canada
earned nearly 8.000 emigrants.
JjrtBfOOl, April 20. About o.OOn
nUrranti left to-day for Canada, mot of
whom are bound for Manitoba. It Is
estimated they took away capital to tbe
DCBUS, April 20. Eugene Kl'jjpton,
arrested at Liverpool on Wednesday,
charged with being connected with tbe
Phojulx Park murders, waa arraigned and
after a bearing remanded to prlkon to an
ewer the charge of conspiracy to mur
der. TRUL OF KKLLY.
DCBLW, April 20. -The trial of Tim
othy Kelly, for complicity in the murder
of Carendlsb and Burke, waa resumed this
morning. After calling a few more wit
nesses tbe Crown anuouncad their case
Dtun, April 20. An extenslr confla
gration rages In tbls city. Two thousand
nouses were destroyed. A great number
of families art destitute and bomeless.
War on Tramp.
Bjuixerd. Minn., April SO, Sheriff
MuiU, and tbe police tied a lively skirmish
Thursday afternoon with a crowd of armed
tramps who had stationed themelves at
tba railroad bridge, near tbe city, and
holding up every oue who came along.
Tba officers captured ix of the party, who
were lodged In Jail. Policeman Shewtwell
and Deputy Sheriff Palmer, were slightly
wounded to the affray, j Afi'er
the first capture the sheriff
and posse armed with Win
chester rifles, started in pursuit of the
others, who were biding in tbe timber on
tbe west side of the river. They came
upon two lying In a tblcket with revolvers
In band, one of whom was the man who
had shot 8hewteJI. They were cullod to
throw up their hands, aud refunlng the
police party fired, severely ind fatally
wounding one of tba men, who was after
ward removed to Jail with hla companion,
making a total capture of eight. '1 hey all
claim to hall from New Orleans, and nave
been making their way gradually from tbat
city upon the river.
Nxw York, April 20, The Lst-ir snys of
Lynoh'i confession: "If tbls I terrible ex
posure shall be confirmed by subsequent
evidence tbe friends of IrtilrVjid in tbls
country should unite to crushXout every
organization that plots wholeaalk Ucinuc
tton of llfo aud property In Kniffyiid. and
disown every man who bns anytbltw to do
with luob scheme a enemy the both of
Ireland and America."
Tbe Herald sayat "Now, as to how fur
the American people are willing for tbelr
Government to go In the prevention and
punishment of Dynamite Conspiracies, '
we believe that thoy are willing for It to go
to any extent which Is not Inconsistent
with tba completeness of tha tight of po
litical asylum. Nor would we limit tbut
extent b so short a measure as Unglnnd
applied in the case of Simon Bernard. Wo
old 'Dynamite Conspirators' to be offend
en against human society."
effthU-c I be Nickel Plat, .
Cnoaoo, April 90. Two hundred em
ployee of tbe Pennsylvania Railroad, armod
witD ploki aod shovels, guarded the coin-,
paiy'i track at the grand crossing all night
in consequence of Information that the
Jtlckel Plate Road was about to nmke a
tragic movement to cross the tracks In
order to connect with the Lake Shore Hood.
This was abandoned, however, because tbe
Pecneylvaala men outnumbered then
Ural timet are expected.
CAIRO, ILLINOIR. SATURDAY
WaiHiNQTow, April 20. "Are tou
gunning for a Postratuiter-Ouner d 1" asked
ytur correspondent of U itigresaman
Browne, of Indiana, on IViins Irani ave
nue. "No," ho said, with a little laugh,
"I've no occasion to be at all anxious
about Poetmaster-Oenerals. Our State Is
ery well taken care of in that rupict )ut
now, and I'm sure we've no complaint to
"But there was talk tiat you and
Greaham were not frlenls and that
rou would be dreadfully d agruniled over
"Yea, I kuow,"aid Brown with bis
eaar, otf-hsud way, snd ht leaned back
and gave his ba-ids anotber above
downward: "Greharu and I have known
each u good many years. I !rvtu! under
bliu as district attorney for vears, and we
were excellent friends. A few vears ago,
however, tbcto oejiirro4 a lule'illtfcreuce
of opinion between n regudln rertaln
ccurrouoes, sodOreabam told me quite
plainly what be thought of tue. and 1 re
sponded by giving him my eaudld opinion
of bim, and, frankly, ueltber opinion waa
of a very complimentary nature. Indeed I
think It would not be a strain upon tbe
tnitb lf I should my they were In eiutb case
quite uncompllmrufery. Tbat' all there
U of It. We prob ably are not quite o hap
py to each other's socletr as we wt re be
fore, fer it would narcelr be natural tbat
wealiouldbe. But what of ltf ,entl-mt-n
bate a right to their opinions, and tba
fvt that Ureniim and I bave expreeaed
our doean't indicate tbat be will not m ike
a good Postmaster-General or tbat Indiana
will not g o Republican next fall and In 'b-t,
A tad Kalclrte.
Warrxhtov, G., April 20. -The death
of MiM Joalo Hill, the beautiful id-vear-old
daughter ol J. D. Hill, at Smith's
Station, Alubams, while on a visit to
the family of her uncle In Warren county,
Ga., proved to be case of suicide from
On Sunday night, with heroousln, Mlaa
Alice Hill, ehe retired at an early hour,
earning with her a tumbler of water,
along with which she bad prepared some
jillra, and placed them on a table
beside bcr bed. She placed
the pill In her mouth, one br
nn, ani, rubbing ber baud 1'wn her
throut, nald, "They are gotie. ' Then sLe
anked ber cousin, Mls Alloe. to alnv
"Seurer, My Goi, to Tbee." Miss Alice
tsng the first verve for ber and Miss Joiie
flnlabed It. Kext ibe requcsU-d Miss Alice
to sing "Just as I sin, without one plea;
Oh. Lamb of God, I come." Mae woe
heard to ring tbat. When she put out the
light be appeared to drink wbat w as in tbe
tumble. Ml.v Ahci
PHorpKi) orr to slkkp
awhile aod wi wakened by calls from Ml .-a
Josle, saying; "Do, couxlu, get up and
give me sonic oil and turpentine, I am In
so much pain and agony f Wake ba.te or
I 11 be dead." fehe commenced to have
spaums and by the time ber uncle and
aunt and MIh Alice coulo as.I-t
her she was baring spasm after ipastn
"Ob!" she explained, "do aunt, belp me!
Ob, God, save: Oh, Jcstis, save me! Oh.
dear mother and father, come to your
child's relief!" Then abe- died. Herrea
sons for suicide are shrouded In myntcry.
.he was beautiful, of amiable disposition,
dignified, intelligent and greatly admired.
Psurealuf (h Indiana.
Denver, April 20. A special from
Gen. Crook's heHdquartern, dated WIIhox,
Ark., says tbe Territory press exaggerates
In order to Inflame the attack on the reser
vation Indians. Ko raiders have been to
Arizona for three weeks. The last alarm
ing report, two days old, Is tbut eighty
Apaches were sees la tbe Sent U'.ta range
beyond Camp Crittenden and
over In Santa Cruz Valley,
above Calabaaoe Is wholle untmn.
Tbe Tombstone Rangers bave been in Wil
cox, and say they are on tbe Indian trail.
The t co not appear anxious to reach San
Carls. Crook has been greatly hampered
and annoyed by these Inflammatory arti
cles and falsehoods. He will move Into
Mexico on Sunday. His force will em
slut of 1P2 Apaches under Cspt. Crawford,
of tbe United States Third Cavalry, ana
Aide N. . Mcintosh will also bave fifty
cavalrymen and tbe entire Mex
ican force In Northern Sonora and Chihua
hua. Oor. Crittenden'a Vet.
JirriRo.s Cm, Mo., April 20. Got.
Crittenden sent to the Secretary of State
this morning, without bla approval, the
McGrath grand Jury bill. The bill was ac
companied with tbe Governor'a reasons for
refusing Its approval, which were mainly
on account of its conflict with tbe Constitu
tion, inasmuch as It amended a section br
stricklng out designated words thereof and
Inserted others iu lieu, w hich is prohibited
br section 84, article 4, of the Constitution.
Tbe Governor cloaed bla reasons by add
ing: There are other serious objection
to the form, but the one referred to shows
such a failure to comply with the Constitu
tion aa to render furtner discussion uu
necesary. I therefore return It to the
office of the Secretary of Bute without my
Cbiee Boeletj SbockedU
Chicago, April 20. One of the great
eat social sensations ever developed at the
Northwest Is made public to-dav. The
scandal. 1p brief. Is that Thomas Wilson,
President of the National Bank. of
Minneapolis, has been detected In a
lluslon of long standing with the wile of
merchant prince, and one of the provincial
leader of St. Paul' society. Mrs.
WtlHon, who belongs to one of tbe oldest
and best Cblcaito families, has demanded a
separation, and negotiations are now pro
;rcasli!g. She demand loO.OUO. He
offers only fM.OOO. Wilson Is now here
trying to effect a settlement. The St.
Paul man bis Instltuded proceeding for
Nbw Yore, April 20. Business failure
for the pat seven days, as reported to II.
G. Dunn A Co.' Mercantile Agency, num
ber 26. as agnlnst W tor last week. New
Knglitnd stntes find 21); Middle states, XI ;
Wotern states, 07; Southern atates, 6(1;
Patilio stmcs and territories, 20; Canada,
14; New York City, 10.
Collision ot Steamer.
Bilbao, April 20. A collision occurred
off here between tlto English steamer
Thames and the Spanish steamer Magda
lenit Vlccnta. The latter sunk with live
'icinonxon board. Two of tbe crew of tba
Thame wcro drowned.
Yankton, D.ikota, April 20. Miss Ger
trude Rflit, aged twenty-two, ami pinny,
eamn to Ibis place recently with a party of
women from Iowa, to take luml. Thursday
ntizlit she blew her brains out bemuse of
iutlmtdattn) exercised bv two men, who
claimed to bave pre-empted bcrhomesUad.
Pittrhuro, April 20. The clgarmakor
met Thursday night and decldod to demand
an a Ivouoe of fifiy cent per thousand on
Cblcagoans say "fiumet" for "fauoet,"
"tunnel" for 'funnol,', aud "wunt to"
for "ought to" or "should."
Beeeher has written a letter to Mr. Bar
num In which how x premises a wish that he
could go to a circus at least once a week.
Itlsrcportod that on of tbe Vanderbllt
ladles has purchased spring bonnet at an
expense of $17,000, and ft may be true.
Paul and Nlltson ar about to tall for
Europe but they will be back to the Lulled
States by the tU the golden harvest hi
flUKNIlMH. A Fill I j 21.
acne Htaaaka'a ttmjtw v.a.a
f XiLWAUKtK, April 20.-Tb Macgie
1?.nk mystery was lolred this morning
s' the discovery of ber body In tbe river
ear Jones' Island, only a short distance
from where ber hat wo found a tew days
after her disappearance. The body wa
rst lean br Captain Williams, of lbs tug
Blues, and when discovered w
near the middle of the river floatlug
on Uie shore. It was towed to shore
nd tbe authorities notified of the arrival
r th wagon at the station. Super
hitendent Whitehead and Chief Won
viewed the remains, and thcr were without
trouble Identified as tlioe of 5Iagle. The
(told necklaoo was In place, the Tittle nut
basket suspended at her necj( w still
i .'.I,' fP.I ft"1 ,al"1 rt" he
Initials "M. H." engraved on It. The
body waa swollen b water end the feature
Imost unrecognizable. Tbe eves wore
wldo open and protruded from the bead
gwing tbH f4 a horrible expres
sloo. At tbe morgue tbe re
mains were placed on a nwble
lab snd under lnnruotlon of the officer
of the Humsuo bMieiy were prepared for
burial. The mother was also immedlate
notified of the disooverr of her child. Mr.
Uunneke. tintortunateiy, left for While,
water, Wis., at 7 . ra., aud the diwovery
waa made at T:,1). Mwgte Henueke dis
appeared U4!tol)er 2t, lSJ. The theory
I fbat her budv wa caigbt by a proiectlnl
pUe ef tbe wharf and held down.
- ; ratal Aewtiiaa.
Sac Ka.mkx ro, Oil., April 20 There
was u suiuil tire erly this morning In K
afreet. The roof of the adjoining building
fell, ktining a uuniber of pmons In tho
ruiiis. John HilNcnburg, keeper of the i
loon which fell, and uu unknown man was
taken from tbe ruins dead. Wounded:
Wm. E. Myers. Herbert Dllso, Jauie
Lambert, Chan. Jgvatw, Jan. McXulty, D.
Bragg, L. A. Lucas, J. Woodoridge. Jo
seph Iieilfiy, Jotin Higglns, John sullivnn
and Geo. Loder. Mo.t of these were ba lly
hart about tbe h'Hd and b.tck, Several
re known to be etlll in thu ruin.-, but tt Is
believed all of tbe wouuded bav bm re
covered. A Wblakey Made Fleud.
IifDlANAPuUs. April 20. A special to
the Dully Newa from Mutinon, Ind., says:
Information from Ltiua la reoelved
that a lluio burner iiainud Lewis, while
intoxicated, murdered hi tniiiut child with
a ciub, and struck hi wife with an axe,
Inflicting fatal Injuries. Lewis wo arrested
and taken to JeiTerso-,vlile Jail. There is
bo Information at the lattor place in revard
WaTfrtowk, N. Y., April 20. Fred
erick W, Eame was shot dead by Charles
Hlvbuin, a pattern-niMker at Eames' Vnc
tiuin Brake Works. Higbatn was Jailed,
lie claims Karnes beat him witli a cane and
be abot In self-defense. Emw had Jiitl
taken posnesnion of the works after a law
ull of several months.
A 300,000 Blase.
Nw Ohixans, April 20. A fire this
morning burned out Bolneau A Martinz,
hats; Levi Loeb, .Schear A Co., whole:(!e
dry goods; Hansel A Co., aaddlery. The
follorlng were badly dumaged: S. J,
Mullans, Iron warehouse; A. Wolf,
crockery. Tbe loss is estimated at JJoO,
A Die Swindling ebewse.
Nrw Youk, April 20. Abrarn Suydara,
a lawyer, was arrested Thursday evening
on a charge ot avvindllng John M. Flagg
out ot ilU.OtK) by meunaof a fraudulent reil
estate transaction. Tbe police piofes to
know nothing ot tbe delaila ot the alleged
swindle, but say if the character bad not
been prematurely dUoovered Surdam
would have succeeded in obtaining $.VX),
000. Tby also say that he has before fig
ured In similar frauds, and was t ikeu from
this city to Chicago three years ago to an
swer a charge of perjury.'
Jere Dnan's Trial.
Chicago, April 20. Jere Dunn' trial
for tho murder of Jim Elliott draws larg
multitud; In Judge Jameson's court. Mo
tion for a change of venue waa made and Is
Helng argued thl afternoon. The Hon.
Eruorv A Storr is the principal counsel
for the defense.
Sohody Claims Her.
Chicago, April 20. A dead girl found
In the Chicago Kiver, on Tuesday, Is still
In the morgue awaiting Identification. It
has been disproved that she is the younii
woman mining from thel North Side, ana
also that she is not tbe betrayed girl from
A Sew Oil Exchange.
CIXOTXATI, April 20. Tho Cincinnati
Oil Exchange, anew organization, elected
director to-dav. .1. D. Cochran, M. F.
Thompson. E. L. Strlcke, I). Richardson,
i. Fortler, Cincinnati j Harry Looinis,
Pittshurg; J. J. McLaughlin, Oil City. It
will bein business May let.
Tbe An T- . F. lUllrmML
Topeka. April 20. Tbe annual report
of the Atchison, Topeka 4 Santa Fe rail
road show the gro earnings of 1882 to be
$14,783,000; expenditure, $S,787, 000; net
earnings, tfl.l.M.OK). Tbe net Increase
over 1S31 Is $1,088,000.
CoaI KIHke Probable.
Chicago, April 20. The Associated
Coal operators at BntMwood, III. , hav Ing
announced a reduction of five oents a ton
on all ooul nitnott in that district, the mln
trt declare tbev will not submit and strike
teem likely to follow.
A 7fS,000 Klnae.
RBAnixo. Pa., April 20. The pape
mill at Catawassa, owned and operated by
McCradr A Co. of Philadelphia, burned
lust night. The loss Is csilmnlod at $75,000.
About 1J0 men were thrown out of employ
The Parliament buildings In Quebec,
Canada, burned on Thursday.
In East Sethlla, on Thursday afternoon,
the three-year-old boy of James McUride,
ol tha Missouri Puolfio railroad, fell Into a
cistern aud was drowued.
The statue of the late Prof . Henry, first
secretary and director ot the Muttnsonhn
Institution, wo unveiled on Thursdar wltb
appropriate ceremonies. Chief Justice
Wuite delivered an address.
The Upper Oonesee river at Wellsvllle,
N. Y.j whs full of flouting oil on Thursday,
caused by tbe bursting of the Klchburg and
Waslhurg pipe Hue, which resulted Fu the
loss of about 1,000 barrel before It could
John Nolan, nged 19, Wm. Itusselt, aged
17, and Thomas Nevln, aged 18, are a trio
of young villains who have been burglariz
ing store and dwolllngs In New London
county, Conn., during the past winter.
They nave been arrested.
On Clara J. Wilson, an lnsano woman,
escaped from the St. Joseph Insane Asy
lutn, recently, and has been burning barns
and buildings In Harrison county, Mo.,
nd In the neighborhood of Atchison, Ka.
So was arrested nnd locked up.
W. H. Haugbawo.it, for some year a
Deputy United States Marshal at Spring
field, Mo., on trial at Joffersoo City for
making out and collecting a false, fraud
ulent Hid fictitious account ajralost the
United State, was acquitted on Thursday
The nomologist of tbe Smithsonian In
tltut report that no algn of "phylloxera I
discoverable upon vine cutting from Ma
derla, Hpaln, submitted by Mew York cus
toms officers, and that It. I extremely
doubtful whnther phylloxera could be dls
ererod upon aay af tbe euttlng bow held
Tha Dlsgnoeful Dead Lock In tha Haute
Tha St. Louli Bridj.
8pRi.vnrrxi.r, 111., April 2-").-Amonr
the report received by the Senate this
morning was one from the commitieo ap
pointed to Investigate tbo charges against
fhs St. Loul Bridge Company. The re
port shows that tew of the witnesses
who were notified, appealed te
testify and recommend that the
portion of tbo bridge in
the Jurisdiction of Illinois he pinead under
control of the Knllroad and Wiirnoua
Commission of tbo state, and a motion wss
made to refer tbe report to tbo
Judiciary Committee, with Instructions
to draft bill to amend tbe law so a
to place the matter in tbe control of
the Kullrosd and Warehouse Commission.
Benator Miiaon presented a minority report
retiming to concur In the finding ot tbe
committee and made an eloquont and abl
argument tu favor of the report, but tb
motion prevailed and th report was put In
tbe hand ot tbe Judiciary Committee. The
bill appropriating money for the Slats
Board of Agriculture, countv and other
agricultural societies, was taken up and
passed, as were also six other
appropriation bills, appropriating In tha
sggreate nearly 7lW,0uo. lbs bill author
izing ciUos aud villages to protoct tbelr
sites from laundutlou passed. Appropria
tion bilk ou ton second reading wore tben
takuu up. several of which were advatioed
to third reading, aud a number of minor
bills sent to the Hobae. Alter an unusual
ly busy morning the Senate adjourned to
The house and galleries w ere full. There
were many viaitors. Th Democrats
wanted thi spprjval of the Journal post
poned until it stiould be printed. Several
motions were mads Iu reference to tt, and
during a roll call In which ne quorum
voted, Mr, Weiuicll, ot Cook, arose aud
aid be was tired of w asting time In this
way, and would take bi satobol and go
home. Great commotion and applause
from the Democrats.) This leaves the
Depubllcan certainly without uuorum.
The Droeeedinirs were less boisterous than si
yesterday, und nothing disgraceful oc
curred except a most unwarranted stuck
on the speaker by a member, which waa
discountenanced by all. No session until
Monday. Ex-Oov. Bradley waa visitor
at the Capitol.
rrehlbltloaUU Preprlsi for Battle.
St. Louis, April . Dr. Brookes aad
John H. Mclllctuel, ol the Plattsbttrg Le
ver, aro In tbe city to-day, and bare been
holding ronsulutlons with ex-Oovenior
Johnson and several other Prohibitionist,
In the Interest of the cause. Dr. Brookes
Hutod to a reporter that the object of tbe
meeting was purely for counsel end otis d
ersilon as to tbs best manner of
conducting tbe campaign against liquor
' 'I suppose rou have noticed that 9 ma
tor Veal is still altor the Prohibition! V
said the reporter.
"Yes, "replied the Doctor," 'whomihe
gods wiftb to destroy they first mak ma i '
Senator Vest has made some big inlnUk ,
and down In bis heart he knows It. tie
has forced us Into opposition to bim."
The beat plan of organizing prohibit oi
alliances for active poluieul work will a -
be considered. Both Dr. Brookes an
Mr. Mc.iJlcbael seemed to think that the
proposed alllauoes would supplant a.
total ubstlnenoe societies, which tney said
were growing weaker everywhere In ta :
city and state.
Shawsketowx, April 20. Tb water li
leaving the bottom lands und farmers are
plowing for corn as fust as It recedes. No
dunuige to shawueetown Dr- late rite, and
everything Is fast taking on a decent ap
pearand. Prohibitory Amendment DefeaieC
HAHRI8BUKO, Ts., .Spill 20. The Con
stitutional prohibitory amendment was de
feated in tbe House to-day when It came up
for a third reading. A motion to reconstd
er was made, but was rejected by a vol of
7 to lil.
APr.IL 20, 18S3.
BOOS Active and firm tnd 8e higher.
Light $7 iwdl (Jo; mixed packing $7 109
7 60; heavy packing and sbippiug 7 Aura
CATTLE Slow and wetfV; lOo lower;
exports W 20tftt 70; good to choice sblp
plug $ft "bCsH 10; cominou to fair $S 109
& uu; butchers $2 7M3d 10; stouktrs and
(seder 3 VofcCi 10.
HOGS Small supplies aod sold to ship
per and local buyers. Light to good
Yorkers $7 20(37 30; rough and mixed
packing $ wr7; good do $7 lOTd'7 40:
butchers to extra S7 4WT 66; skips and
culls W MfS 60.
CATTLE Export teer $8 66oJ6 90;
good to heavy native steers $elA6M60:
common to medium native steer $4 60oi
6 60; fulr to good feeders $4 7fttfo 76; com.
mon to good siockert $4 604 40; common
to choice native cow aud heifer $A U0O
4 00; Southwest steers $3 756; corn-fed
Texan H 76ri6; scallawag $3ra30.
HEEP-gulet. Uood to fancy $8 40(3
6 40; medium to fair $4 60(35 26; otMuuton
$3 70(34 26.
WI1EAI -May 1 ion Jnne fl HV; Ju
yl lUSOVt August $1 11; year! 07 .
COKN'-Muv M.VrtiMi Juno 67; July
68 ; August 60H.
OATS-Muy 42 'ii Jun !1H July 42
year 43 V.
WHEAT May $1 125 Jun $1 23K;
July $1 2t.
OATd-May 6U; June 61.
WHEAT April $1 10' b.; Mayfl 12
toei Uht June closing at $1 14 'i b; Ju'y
$1 12Slo$l 12S; August $ 1 12 to $1 11
year$l 07 to$l 0.
CON-April 43 b; closing at 60 " Jura
62 H to 62; July 64 V; August 5ob. yeur
OAT8-Aprll42b.; My 43; June42.'tj
Conatry Prodaees Bte.
BUTTEU Creamery; Choice to fancy
27(a2Ho; seconds at bet dairy rates, Dairy
oholco to fancy 'WW's; fair to good 16
fa)20c; common KSYail. . , ,
EUUii-illgher ut 13c. with a brisk
hipping and local demand. Goos egg
YlVE POULTRY Bettor demand for
chlckons and market firm, but tin
changed. Wo quote: Chickens Cock $3
26Ca8 60; mixed $3 7iWM, according to
number of cocks In scyop; bons $4 26(9
4 60, top rnto for fancy large; spring
chickens readr sal wheu full-grown at M
rt7, but small (low at$&'4 turkey W)1
geese nominal ; pigeons $2ui'i 26.
LEAD Market firm. Halast 6 ear soft
Missouri and 10 cars Itoflnud at $4 26. Hard
held at same,
Country markets a shad higher, Wea
ther In England fine. Spot wbeat strong!
No. i spring 0s 8(1: No. 8 sprint 8s Jj
Western winter 0s id; California dvanoed
Id mixed Western corn strong at 6s M.
Dsmnd from United Kingdom and ConU
Mt rood for raeat and com. Weoelpta
of wheat the past week 664,000 quarter, el
JA m,m wt Awerlaan.
-m-a a . U.
The blood J the foundation oi
life, it circulates through every part
of the body, and Dilcu it is pur
and rich, good health is impossible.
If disease has entered the yera
the tnly sure and quick way to drive
it out is to purify and enrich the
These simple facts re well
known, and the highest medical
authorities agree that nothing but
Iron will restore the blood to its
natural condition; and also tbat
all the iron preparations hitherto
made blacken the teeth, cause head
ache, nd are otherwise injurious.
Brown's Ixon Bitters will thor
oughly and quickly asximilate with
the blood, purifying and strengthen
ing it, and thu drive disease from
ny part of the system, and it will
nai blacken the teeth, cause head
ache or constipation, and is posi
tively not injurious.
Saved his Child. .
t; N. Eutaw St., Baltimore, Md.
Feb. ii, 188
Ccnt-Upon the recommenda
tion of a frieud 1 tried 1;kown'i
Ikon Rittihs as a tonic and re
aiorative for my daughter, whom
I was thoroughly convinced waa
raiting away with Comuspticn.
Having lent three daughteri by the
terrible diieue, under tha care oi
eminent phyiiciana, I wat loin to
believe that anything could arrtat
tha progrua ol tha dneaie, but, to
my great turpriae, before my daugh
ter had laken one bottle of II now N't
laow Birraas. the began ta mend
and now it quits restored to former
health. A fifth daugh'ter began te
how a;gnt of Coiuumptlon, and
when the physician waa consulted
quickly aaid " Tonics were re.
ouired ;" and when Informed thai
the elder liater waa taking Brown's
laon Bittsrs, responded "that ia
a good tonic, take iu"
Btowjt's Iron Brrms effectual.
It cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion and
Weakness, and renders the greatest
relief and benefit to persons suffering
from such wasting diseases as Con
unption, Kiducy Complaints, etc.
I.ead and Circulate.
The Illinois Central li. It. Co.
Wll) sell any of It remaining lands at one dol
lar per acre i ana than the pre.Lt prce, from this
ttmenntll tha firm day of October, 14. Alter
tht dat the prcucnt pri e will reatored. All
who dealre tn pTirrh.e -hoold svatl theaiai-les of
tbls liberal offer at urn. P. DAUUY.
Pot rsrtlenlsrs lnnnlre of
.-ts for I C. R. K. Lsnds,
Shop oo Ilsillilsy Avetia. hi-iWHa earlb 4
Mlxth ntri'Bis, Cairo, Ulluols.
VTKW kinds ( I Vght snd hessy hlacksmlihlng,
wagon aud carriage work done In tba rao.l wois
maiillge msnner. II ir e-sliovlug s specialty aa
J-9 !E.' JjN'OjK,
.M.nnmciurer tnn j-aier ,
Mh itmi. betweea Coral Ave. .drf levee.
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