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oMt Making Pomdtrt art largtlf
adulttratod with Alum and thor hurtful
aVai bun Ictpt vnchahgid It ail Hi original
ifuntf ana tmngtn. - out ttidtnet of
j rf tafttand iffictintfHtt j$ tit fact of
v Its luring netted ti,o h7gfmtt tiitimonf.
l$ from tho mott eminent thtmittt in tht
; ;. ttnrttd States, mho hatt anal f ltd it, frog
'' 'it Introduction to tht prtttnt tint. Mo
, oihtrpowdtrt thorn to good rttuHi 6 iht
trtittttttht TEST OF tHE OVEH.
' IT IS 1 PURE FRUIT ICIO BAKING POWDER
& STEELE & PRICE,
vaicago, 111., ana til. ijouu, no.,
: fclUiln sr IwsUa TM Br.
flmrta Wmi, sat Or. rrls Celsea ruf is.
Impurity of the
rangeine-nt of Llvar, Dowel aad Kidney.
irMPTOMS or a diseased 'liter.
Bad Breath ; Pain in the Nile, sneietimes the
pal is felt under the Shoulder-blade, mikukea for
RnwwnaiMm ; (eneral Iom of appetite; Bowels
federally costive, f tnetimes alternattnf with lai;
, ih head it troubled with ruin, u dull aad heavy,
with considerable lot nf memory, accompanied
Wilh a painful temation of leaving uml'.tie something
wliich ought hart been done; a alight, dry cough
and lushed be to Sometime an attendant, often
weaken for consumption ; the patient complain
af weannes and debility ; nervous, eji.ly surtled;
, lett cold or bunting, eomeasses a prkly sensation
of tht skin exists; spirits are low anj ijespundeot,
aad, although aatufied that aaucrctt wuuld be bene
fecial, yet one can hardly lumama up fortitude to
try it in (act, distrusts remedy. Several
of tht above trmpssan artead the d)ea. hut cases
hava occurred when but few of them eaitted, yet
taatntniuoa atstr death has shows the Liver to
hare been extensively deranged.
It ihonld bo nad by all persyms, old aad
yoanc, wbenrver nay f the abeve
Persona TrareUn or I.I ring in Co
healthy Localities, by takinf a d te occasion
ally 10 keep the Liver In healthy acnun, will avoid
al Malaria, Btllon attaeka, iJixieess, Naw
tea. Drowsiness. Depression of Spirts, etc. It
will ianrorate hbe a (Imu of wine, but ia WO In
toaloUns; beverage. .
If Tou Keve rtUt anythlDf hard of
dlaeaUnn, or fed heavy after meUJs, or aleep
ioet at night take a dose and you, will be relieved.
Time and Dootore' TJIIU will bo fared
by always keeping the xVgutator
In the House t'
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
aaie purtjatlre, alterative arid tonic can
never be out of place. 1 he remedy it harmlea
and doea not Interfore with business or
IT IS PCRFXT YEfiETABLK,
Aad hat all the power and efficacy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects.
A Ooveraor'f Testimony.
Simmons Liver Regulator hat been in use in my
family fur some time, and 1 am satisfied it it a
valuable addition to the medical tcience.
J. Gill Shouts, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander II. Ntenhena, of Ga.,
aays: Hsve denied some bencnt Irom the use of
Simmons Liver Regulator, and wish to give it a
u The only Thing that never fall to
Relieve." f have used many remedies for Dys
pepsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never
have found anything to benefit me to the exent
Simmons Liver Regulator hat. I tent from Min
nesota to Georgia for it, and would send further for
such a medicine, and would advise all who arc sim
ilarly affected to give it a trial as it seems tht only
thing that never fails to relieve.
P. M. Jaknxt, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. W. Mason euyt t From actual ei
perience In the use of Simmon! Liver Regulator in
my practice 1 have been and am satisfied to use
and prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
AaTake only the Genuine, which alwayi
has on the Wrapper tht red Z Trade-Mark
and gig-nature of J. H. ZEILIN A CO.
FOR SALE BY All DRUGGISTS.
A POHITIVR CCUB
Catarrh and Hay
Agrrahle to Vie.
COLD IN TH HKAD,
Htiiilarh A Dcafni'M
or anv kind of mtirnt
St j Sjfj I I mem hranal Irritation.
y e J I Inllnmoil and rongli
L j&A. Iturfarea. A pri'para-
A H on of nndonbleil
i&&y merit. Apply by iho
little flJfcr into tbo
Dottrtlt. It will bo
U AYaFEVEDc1eanlP the nanal
ri1 ' nam-airea of catarrhal
elroi, caualtig healthy nocrntUme. it iillayi In
animation, p-ntectt the raoinbraual linings or tho
bead from additional coldt,.complately heala the
eoree and rettoret tha tente of taate and emoli.
Benencial rotulu are reallnd by a few appllca-
al'THOKOUGir TRRATMBNT WILb CL'RKt
Cream Bnlm bat ualnrd an enviable reputation
wherever known ; dloplaclng all other prepsratlona;
Bend forclrrnlar eonttlnlne full Information and
reliable tostlmonlalt. By mall, prepaid. W cent
package atampt recnlved. Sold by ell whole
ale and retail drtiRBlatt. .
. KLY'SCKKAMBALMCOmOwcso, N. T.
Ho and Vt Commor-j
eltt ATctiup, S
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
a full linn of all the UUit, nowe.t colon
and quality, and heM mannfartare,
Rodr Brnaeelt, Tapeitrlei, Ineraini, Oil
Clotha, c o. )'"
Clothing; and Gents Fi
TbU Department oocaplei full flonr and
la eompleto In all rutpecti. Qooai art
luarautved oi latest itytt nd beet nia
terlal, Bottom PrlcM and Vint-elast Gootli!
f ; . j7llfiW?H
yTT Blood, Fr-versad
fcud all Ilava
Uk euw4 . by
V CAIRO.UILINOIK' SUNDAY: MOBNIgQ, APRIL 29.
What Lieutenant Danenhower
Thinks of Arctic Expedi
tions. Crimei and Criminif-Tha Preil
dent Finances Railroad
, Affain-Firei-Eto., Etc.
St. Loiia, April ts. Lieutenant John
W. Danfltiliowff. one of the heror of lh
Jeannctte expodlUon, arrived in the city
lart nlKht and U atopnlng at the l.lnrtell.
A reporter met the Lluuienant In the
retunila tbla mornlus; ami , found him a
Bleaaant talker and a verr eourfaoua !
emu, He U a line looking officer, with
a atronf , compact lipiire aiuf bushy heard.
One of bli ejea ibowa a slight defect, but
be aays ther are ateadllv improrlnK. The
affection of M eyet, wbli'h came very naar
oaualn.tbe entire dfntructlon of hit tight,
waa caused enllrrlv bv eipoture Id the
Northern teaa and the daring effect of the
loe and mow. It will be remembered that
for manr month Lieutenant Danenhower
wm on the tick Hat and waa forbidden te
perform bli duties a third in command,
tut on the memorable night
of September 12, in the retreat
homeward, the evidence brourht out
in the court of inquiry developed
tbe facttbat It wat to l.leut. Danenbower't
Judgement and aklll, rltuplaved during tbe
gel blch separated the boat, that the
laving of tbe liven in hit boat waa due. So
tha Lieutenant, not withstanding bit few
opportunities, mut be accorded a high
place on the roll of bnor. Referring to a
telegram criticising the cmnltict of tha In
veitlgatlon, Lieut. I'tren wer aald that
all bad been brourbt out in thut lnvntlga
tlon which could be brought out or was
needful and be thauvht tbe Intelligent
feopleofthe oommunttr recognized the
ot. Tha Inelde hlitr.rr will never be fld.
he aald, nor It It ner'eatary or relevant,
aa a hltorr of the pettv quarrela
of the riren i of ' no value
from a political atandpolnt. On the whole,
he thought there wa V'ta quarrelli g among
them tbtn It utial among auch men. at
the dltclpllno wat very strict. Dr. Colli ta.
be tald. had no right to aimpluln now aa
be had ample opportunity to bring out all
tbe facia be detlred. but, Instead of put
ting hit questions from . dMninf of l,2fm
milet, be ihould bave been present at the
Investigation, or at least had counsel there,
it to tbe provision for the widow t and
famlllet of the loat men, Mr. B( nnett took
care ef them tip to January 1, nf this vear.
aad Lieut. Dannehower thought tbitt, be
aldea tha regular pensions. Congreai would
make ample provialont for all In the mper
time and war.
On tha quettlon a to whether Arctic ei
pedltlom par, the Lieutenant aald that, al
though the livea of twenty men were not to
beconaldered In egploratlon which were
of great value to the world, and although
the Jeannette eipedltlnn had been the mott
valuable of any, yet, on the whole, no ahip
expedition to the Arctic reelont ia of any
va.tie, either to the scientific or eommerclal
world." The ht .. id w eUnHne In
formation of value would be to ettahlttb
tationi where observation! could he made,
aa tbe chief knowledge to he learned on
hip-hoard wat concerning tbe lav of land
and water, which wnt not of much Import
ance. He thought there were much better
fleldt close at hand for exploration. He
tald he had no fear for the aafety of the
partiei now in the far north. The Lieute
nant It to tbe city on a pleas'ire trip and
will remain teveral davt visiting frlendt.
A DISASTROUS BLAZE.
Thy Fire Fiend" Deitroji Valuable Proertj.
WHKCLIK4, W. Va.. April A ape
dal to the Intelllgerjcer from TVellsburg,
W. Va., tayt a fire broke nut at 4 o'clock
tblt morning In the lnft of Fowler'a livery
atable, situated on Charlr street midway
between Ohio and Mitrket. It burned with
aurprtilng rapidity north and toutb, d
itroylng half a tqua.-e. Tbe entire central
portion of town wne obly laved by the
heroic work of citizen and a light rain
that ttarted after tbe Ore had been raging
an hour. The bUie. wat dlacovered by
James Hughet. The bottler, tleeplng ti
tbe offloe of the atable, wat awakened by
parki falling from above. The
clttzent were awakened by tbe Court
Houte hell, and hastened to the
oene with bucket and managed te lave
the ("ourt-hou-e, Jail and market-home.
The Are apparatus, hii old band engine,
waa of no account. The property de
stroyed oontlttHd of a large two-ttory
brick .owned nd oc uuled by Hugh Barth
it reildence and onerl merrbfttioUe: two
story frnme house, ttuble and outhulldlngi,
owned a'id occupied by John Charnock at
a residence and it tin thop; a two ttory
frame tnd ttorv nnd a half frame, owned
and occupied by Bobt. Thompfon, wagon
maker! e livery auble owned bv S. George
and a two storv brick owned bv Lloyd and
wed aa an enirlno muc and office of the
Panhandle News. Tart of the walltoft
new building and Bartli't waa left ttand
Ing. Everything else wat destroyed.
Darth't loss on property 'and
atoik N between ' $10,000
and $11,Oki; Injured for fa.OtiO In
Indnn and I.nncashlre, $'i.5o0 In the Lan
caster. Verv llttlo wai siived. f.harnock't
Iom In $2,MH1; Insurance IW0O in Manufae
turers'. Wheeling Thompton't Ion,
$2,500; ItiMired tLW) In Rinn, Wheeling.
Panhandle Newt, lost, $.'1,000; Injured for
$ 1,000 in American Wheeling. Tl.e
Newt lost a preta, but will atart tip Imme
diately. Town Iota on Newt building il,
M0; noliiaurniioe. Powler't lot on car
rbtgra, harness and three hnrsea $lx;
Insurance ifl.000 each in mantifncturen and
Penbody. Wheollng, S. Qenrtrn lost on
atable $1,300, Inauranee fflOO Pcabndva,
Wheeling. J. D. Lloyd loat hearse, valued
atJ800. The flro waa undoubtedly the
work of in lndendlary.
Tha JUUaonrl Rtatt Board of llealfli.
St. Louie, April 16. Gov. Crittenden
come down from JeffeMon City this morn
ing from New Orleani. A reporter ran
ngalnit the Governor an the itreet to dav,
at he wm walking to tbe Sourthei n .
"Have your made tip your Hoard of
Hlth ilate, Ooyrnorr' liked tho re
"No, not yet. Thelawdoetn'tpo into
effeot until July, and It would be ueleM'
to make any appointment at tbls time, '
There li praotJoally no law at yet,
and X have no pawer to appoint a
board, butl kare eeTeral names In mv
"Hare there been many appllcatlontf
"Thouianda of them. Every county In
the Ptate it repreerated, and ichoola of
medicine that I narer beard of before. ' '
"Will the chief eehooli be rrprosented
on the board, luoh u the homoepnthitta,
eclct1ci and regnlaref"
"Tea. You may rtate that I thall rec
ognlie all of tham. I think that la the
spirit of the law, and I want to follow tbe
law, I think tha oommliilon a strung one
and I think It will eld the oourt greatly. "
Oyeai lew tavewtiiraMaM.
WoaTRiiX, AnrttM. Vavlgittlon la new
t tea hero.
ArraatsMk ,( I ' "
I. Tho pollco mnd
Vsw Tou. Am-II Jio.
u Important arrant of counterfeiter )t
algbt and tbli morplng. They linvn bevii
working oh that cane since, luNt'Augut!.
The a rat person ,, aitpturtxl, (fcoi'xr "I.
Stanley, la tho alleged nunufiu'turtu' of the
counterfeit trade and "Bland" itiillnre.
He fooght desperately but we overcome
and handcuffed. Neit were .Mittln'W I.
Boonoy, Hugh Curry, . Thoimw ltilv,
Thomaa H. Kearney and bit reputed wife
Lena, and Patrick Prntth.' 'Mrs. .Jennie
Holdan. wife of Jim Ilnlden, now In priion
for p lng countei fell money, Mirre ted
this mom'ng. Tbe operation of 4 lie gang
itended through Peiumvlranh. New Jr
tey, Kentucky, Vlrlla, M'iryland and
Kew York.- . ; i
"-r - Hwtrt Fire. ,',1 '.
BctAl.b. K; t.,1 April M.'-r-i Bro- In
tht Revere House at midnight frtvWoed
bout 100 KUetta out of their room anil In
to tbe Itreei. .The, origin of ihh inrjuu in
tbe ooneort i.tl'mti, on tlu fli'H ifinr, and
thlt waa ehtiivly de-troved. No lvo
Wr lotlt.' Inn lrtcoiltcUentln1. .
WhUhey at a Bell. , "r
"Mlrrooir HI,, Aprll!M.-Flfiy lrimften
ralln.ml men Invaded tlie . houee of Win.
Tnilin'linm, last night, while a daiic wus
in urotcri-Ka. ' A terrible fliht ensti !. r,i-
( Ult, ka.yvt and aluht twin ,u-ed. -H he-en
were trnoutiy injured ana Jvk ilsnnu it
The Scheme ef St. Louis Manufacturers
Orer 2 000,000 Pounds Rej'y.
St. Louie. April 28. The tobacco trade
in St. Lrrult it at present stirred up to a
Itch of excitement which It hits never
reached before. It It all over tbe .rebate'
which gooa Into effect next Tuesda) , Mv
1. On that day tbe manufacturers wilh
dlttlngulth tbemtelves bv making the larg
oat tbipment of goodi otit of St . Lou Is t hut
ever took place in one duv. Ar
rangement are all complete. The faetoriea
hav been working day and night, special
train hav been chartered on nil tbe Unci,
and tobacco will go out aa fast as it can to
all point, even a far as San Frandsrn.
There will ba more work done in St. Louis
between midnight and annrtie on Tiienlny
next than ever before, because evvrv to'
biiooo factory will be crowded with work,
men from oellarto garret, and every pnl
bl team will be called Into use to carry
good to the L'nlon Depot a (juick nn the'v
an be carried. Over a.oixj.boi) pounds o'f
tobacco, worth Just $1 ,00,'sOj, vill be
hurried out of the city at quick ' at dravt ,
and train can carry them.
A vltlt to tbe manufactorirt of LUrzet A
Myer, J. G. Butler Co.. Catlln. I)rum
mend, Peper, and otheJ places, this m o til
ing tbow tobacco in case piled to tbe
ceiling on evry floor, anl jn everv
avallaDl it4i of apace.- Fach,c:ise rnt
marked, (trapped and ready for 'shipment.
Ticket tad Mill of lading were all made
out, and all that la being waited for Is the .
new atampt, which are at preietit Mtored
la Collector Hudson' office, but which,
under tha law, cannot be Usued
to the trade . until nvldtilght,
Monday, when - tb first of Mtiv le
ThltU "Rcbiitc )),iv."
which la causing all the
nrbody knows that Congress at its la.t
etlon reduced the Ux on . tobacco from
sixteen to eight oenU per pound. Up to
1879 the ti wa twenty-four cents per
pound, bnt in year a reduction 'of eight
onta per pound Wa made, making (the tax
tlxtecn cent. .
Every warehouse In tbe cltv Is packed
with foods. At midnight, on
Monday, whtn tb stamp are
delivered to tbe mamifuctu
era, they will be ttuck on as quickly s n
full force of men can do the work-. " Each
factory will have a many men an It can scet
into the house. From midnight Mondav
there will he . no. causation lu the work
until every pound ot readv tobacco has
left the city on tb special trains. The
railroad hava all guaranteed that tbo
ipeclal will run aa near passenger time as
possible, and tome of them will uiuke the
fatUtt freight runs on record.
i f ,
. Xal ealltyv
Milwauick. April 28. Dr. Orion, se
wed of committing ati abortion on Kittle
O'Tool, bit intended bride, was to-tlay
discharged by Judge Malloy, of the Crimi
nal Court. Orton waa at one time a very
prominent Demooratlo politician and mem
ber of the Council, and ran for Mavor.
He afterwardi fell under suspicion of coun
terfeiting five or u yean ago, and was in
Jail for aome tlm.
' ".; Pool.
PniLADBLrHiA, April li. The com
bined anthracite coal Interests have H-recd
to work three davt during each of the two
firtt weeks of Msy. and to carry on pro
duction upon full time during the remain
der of the monthi.
Washington, April 28. Tbe Manlov
V Cooper Manufacturing Company, of
PhlladHlpbla, have reconsidered their de
termination not to press their charges
against Supervising Architect Hill,
Greats B, Rauni Klirii.
WaaHiNOTO.y, D. C. April 2S. Oreen
B. IUum, Commissioner of the In
ternal Hevenue. to-d:iv sent to
President Arthur bla -resignation, to tak
effect tbe 80th Inst.
Ikrbit City. N J., April 2x. .Joseph
Delaer, while ehowlng a revolver to his
friend, Hermann Schmidt, this morning,
icetdentally discharged It, killing Schmidt
A Mill Bur next.
" Cantos, Me.', April 2. -The mill uf
G. T. Piper, in Llvennore, burned this
morning; alto the dwelling of F.lbriile
Francis. Loss, (16,600.
I.o by Ft re.
Boston, April 28. A fire this morning
In th leather dressing establisiiincut o7
Joaeph W. Low, North Cambridge, caused
a lot of $10,000. . I
. ThfTowheabary Almn-Hoiis
; ' UosTOy. ' April 28. The board of
health, of lunacy and charity, voted to take
charge of tbttate almi-house Ht Tewi.e
bury. ' (MatOareeMl.
WaiiaBAKM, Pa.,' April 2.--M1chHC
Rctlly, for the ki'ling of Tho. .Mav nf
Fairvlew, was sentenced thl morning to
eight year In the Penitentiary. ,
i 'Baorta4 Fire.
Chicaoo, April 28. There Is a report
hereof an extensive tire at Fairfield.
Iewa, but no particular. ,
Providbmci, April 28. Senator An
thony la about the same.
! " i PERSONALS. .
Mr. Rusrin 1 a slightly built msit. with
modest manner, kind blu eves and lino
Nala Damajante, tha nindoo snnke
charmer, waa nearly choked to
death by her pet pytbou, In rhlladelphln
the other day.
Mr. Wm. W. Astor, our Minister In
Rome, baa tbe reputation In that cltv of
being a young man with more money tbun
y FOR: 'i'Af FMS.
Agitated about American Park
Latest From China. -
' J r.sj;i.AKl.
TT-fl-os." April jM.-Th Wm' eerrea
ponffi'iit :it ifrt:i)i s iv AitihblMliop Orok is
ou Ui way to the Vnttcun. where lie will bs
"himlod over the. uttl" for giving tup
porMo the inovenit ntt of the NatlonalliU
and revolutionist In Ireland
' ' IBKLASIV '
nOv.ny. April 2. -Another arrest waa
ml here in oonnectlon with the coniprr-1
acy K murder. Thn prisoner Is a tailor
numfl N'-vin. .
N'.'V.nlx the man who was mentioned by
1nfirirnr Pevine is having been appointed
bvltipiVuluistofliHtllm billing place of
Tonli, h,) hail betfti cnmlemuAd to death.
LVvtno Uo siuied thntNelna wat' after
wards i haaVi'd bv the assassins with deeeiv-
lnf tbrm. J," - ,. : . . , , . , ,
r ivvT mcLsMts. . i .
The police have discovered that teveral
then ."ltcd . t rrnrtldpiitioij la the eon-sp'r"ynw'ft-i.JW
lreiinr." ' "f - I f-t
Tnc pobee are In coiistuntooiiimutiii-atton
with tiie priiiee of Manchester, Liverpool,
Nov Casili' nnd London touching move
miiitii of suspected person.
" .. , TIIRKAT.
Lonuov. April JS. Alarm hat been
rauei'd by the rv' i ipt by the c iiporatlon of
Loud hi of an MiioN' mous letter warning
tint ho.lv that the Nlllld Hull Would be de
' .stroytft' It dyimmite the eth of Mtv, A
fnrei' of spi-r;a! ii illcc ha beea deuiled to
guard tbe building. .
' KOKK AKHEBTa.
Tt'f.f sMobk. April Three trrets in
coiitieotloii with the conspiracy to murder
were iiiiuie here in coiii'iiiinue of Inform
tion of the., thrco cou.-piraitirs In Dublin
ye-tei ibiy,' bv'a man named Soery, resident
of Tulhtni ire.
. i- 'I' : '
. i ERWi4T.
Pfri.iv, April 2i. The Hoersen-Cotltier
publisbt- a-repurt of ail Interview with
Mr. Mirgent. Amerloaa Minister,
In 'which tbe Utter denied he
wrote anv srtlcle for the New Yorker
HsndeN-icltun relative to (rermany'a
action on ti subject of the Importation of
tneiicaii pork, or was oognlzant of (he
publlcatlnii of such article. Sargent laid
lie sent a dispatch on th subject to bit
Government which was properly published
bv the State J repurtment together with
oUier.reports of 'American. Mlnltter and
Consuls, and that It was then copied by
various Journals. Including even paper In
Berlin.. The statement in 'bis dispatch
. which were made the particular object of
attack by the North German Ostette were
In fact niotations from a German paper
and were du'y credited to It by him. Sar
cent further declared there wat uo truth la
the statement he bad said tbe prohibition
of the importation of American pork waa
an illegal measure and was carried despite
i the opposition or tne Koionitag.
I ' II1A.
! HovoKoxri, April 28. C S. Minister
I . Young-has collected from (he Chinese Gov-
einnieiu itiu.UOO, principal and interest
claims on account of snpplla
furnished tho American Gen. Ward
.during the Tnlplng rebellion upward
oi twenty year ago. i no money is now m
1 hank awaiting owners, but no person au
! thorized to receive it ha appeared.
i- All the other United States claims,
I In the tk-gregiite shout $.'00,000 ar
promised a speedy aettlemcnt by HI Hlng.
! who paid the Ward claims,
j Kiissian officials announce their Inten-
tlon of negotiating a treaty with Core.
I The special convention between China
and f 'orra. glvinij tha former special
privMesres. has not been promulgated or
'J h American flrm of Wet more & Co.,
Instituted a chim for 1)0,000 damage
sgalnst the Chinese (ioverninent for alleged
dcriin.'etiieiit of their dusliles through tha
Nankin? Viceroy, who attempted to arrttt
Chinese subjects w ho Invested in American
' The French In the Tonquln country con
tinue 'warlike operation. A small' force
wa sent on the 14th of Murch to occupy
the littoli'ls of Nadim and other river
tow ns. The native authorise every wbr
exhibit a hostile foiling, but dar not
lively manifest it.
Ottawa. April 2. This afternoon th
Mayor, in the presence of tbe Board of
A'clerincii wtd a Inrve number of citlaens,
preaeiited an oitlcial address and welcome
to i Up rrinces LouUu on her return from
Ocrtniida. It was couched in warm con
gratulittory language. The reply wa
St. 1fikksiU-ku. April 2S. The Impe
rial proeesoti to thu Cathedral, usually
made afti r tha F.astern reception, has bean
waived this year.
tenth of a Naval OfTJcar.
Wasiiinu io. April 28. Rear-Admiral
Kdwur l MidJIeton, I'nltnd State Navy re
tired, the vmi. ''!' son of the late Gover
nor llcnrv Miiliilctnn, of South Carolina,
died In Hiis cltv lit-t evening. II wtt born
In South Carolina, uud entered thu Naval
leiviec .Inly 1. !2H.
Saltslled with tho f onyenllass.
Nr.w YmtK, April 2H. A number of
delegates of the Irish Convention from thl
cily uud th'' N''v Knglnnd State
snivel I ft nli-'lit, but the main body
reached li"'1' 'I''" moiiilng. Excepting
Rinoiig th1' small dynamite, faction, general
t-iiilsfaetioii lit i In- results of the convention
It i xpre-ed.
C'liictno, April 28. -AdWccs state that
the propeller, timniplalii succeeded In
worktna her way thioimh thn Strait of
MiiekiUaw yesterday morning. The striltt
are reported slill very full of Ice, how
ever. ,' NEWS NOTES.
Three Chinamen recently bought pro
pertv on ott street, In New York tity,
paving therefor .Ml.noo, Hnd Intend be-
e. lining citizens o thn United States.
The (ici niiiit Government, in order to
f. ieilitato Hit' conveyance of troops Jf
needed, on Frldiiv decided to lav a second
tniek on all railway leading to ltusla,
The Russian Government Ueqiially active.
in JeiHiiy City on Friday Mrs, Jane. An
thony, nf New York, crossed the Piumsvl
iinla railroad liiuk as a train was entering
the city and caught on a fence. Lawrence
O'Hiicn, n switchman, attempted to res
cue hur. but slut resisted anil both fell
uouit Iho hack. The woman wa killed
Instantly. O'Hiicn lived about ten min
utes after being struck. o'Hr.en lot a
leg a short tint ago rescuing a child.
A freight train on tbe Grand Trunk and
Chicago Hullroiul run Into a passenger train
that was standing oulhe track near Olivet,
Mil h. ,rii Friday. Three persons were
klll'id outright and ten el hen were terlou
ly Injured, The passenger train had been
olillM'd to stop ou account of the breakage
of a pipe, connected with the air-brake,
The freight train waa a heavy on clote be
hind, uud tho warning waa to brief, with
the train driving with great on a down
trrmlc, Hint the brnkemen were unablo to
bring It In n hnlt,' Tvre Pullman war
wrecked, the rear oue being ground to
atmns ami the other opm wide
half t round up.
TtM FrM ! laltaHtati
. W kilt mar am . -A aril Sal. -atoaaaa
ba flf4. fee W MeieVent fas tAe
atrort Manroo, aa b U ex.e4
there la a few days, but tho exact data af
hi departure ha not mm eettied. eeafe
log af caliiornla, th Preiidwt 111 a wae
anxlou to visit tb Paeldaeoait, aad boeesi
of being ablo to do to, but bad no laa (or
tucb a trip. Mo may neve to th aVoldler '
Horn, and etajr Ur for a tlaa. If,
a I tnopoaad, hie system baa
ba . obarjNd with the malaria
of th Florid swamp , It ta not
probable that ha will stay 1 Waohlaften
ot loag after the hot tMon bgiB. The
executh-maotloa ia not damd it plaaa
of abode, and thl vr th tanlUry o4l
Uon ar expected U be lets wholeaom
tee uiual, Awing te tbe oxoavatlon la tb
bed of tbarotomao, Inotdtntt th its
trovmot of tbe bad af the rlyor front.
Conrr f1td to make m appropriation
to carry th improveattaU beyond rb let
of September, and tho pile of earth will b
ipotad to the ena la th ket ef summer
aad through tb malarial month, tb
mil --. - tj
i ' . . Tb wsii trttari.
New ToftK, April a.-.Th : aSsaeral
manage mant of the tntnkv lln and oifcw
roadt Interested . In ti Wtra lrigh
pool, mot again to-day. t9lno it bat' bea
artdibrhll b .nUYcwtUiur tb
other uDicta w b the meatlag
etbravW dtami r-ttv
Tha only nttm mt ImpOrUBe I tb f kaar
of par nentagaa for Lake Irl poinf, aad
in regard to thl ther . he r ba
oonddenhl discussion. Th Bialter Wa
rtferred at yetterdty' meetlnf to a
mlttee which reported to-day In fever of
making a alight , readluttment of paroent
age In the caie of tb Detroit. Toledo,
Randuik and Cleveland by way of th
Krl line. The report was adopted with
ont msterUI obang. Other technical mat
trg of minor Importance to relation to
fraigbt traffic war alio dlcusd.
i Jay rl.
New YORK. April ,J8, Jay Gould let4
to-day In a tpeelal ear on the- Delaware,
tackawanna and WrsUrn railroad for a trip
wstt end South. He wu aooorapanled by
Kussell Sage, Samuel Sloaa, A. L. Hop
klna and several other gantleraea. To
party stop at Buffalo to-day and expert to
arrive at Detroit to-morrow. They will
go a far west It. Lout and latpecttht
outbwestern cyitem and a portion of east
Tnne, Virginia, and Georgia railroad
system. Tho party will remfn la a few
. Thraatenra aUHh.
LT5CHBVo. Va., April M. Anthr
itrlke of tobacco operative la thl city
It impending, th demand for increased
pricet having been mad thl morning by
teveral hundred prUere and lUmmer
through the Laboring A'soclsUon. Ii tbe
tobacconist don't comply tboprjsj
thretn to (utpend work. sk
- Trwry Bltaiai . '
Waihikotok, April 38. Tb Traarory
statement to-day (how a halaae la the
treasury as follows: Gold cola and bul
lion f 188,rt8,T98: diver dollars and bullion
$100,428,280; fractional silver oMn, MO,
827. m ; Unitod StAtes notes, W,oa,Se;
total, M70.M1, 216. Certificate outstand
ing: Gold, $47, H7, TOO t .liver, 171, 086, -6tl;
A Hanrtaatn Aaataaatt.
NnwYoat, April 18. M. Bourgeoie,
Commissary of Polio in Brusselt, who wu
sent to this country by th Belgian Govern
ment to secur pottttslon ot property ap
propriated by Canan Bernard, tailed to
day for Belgium. Ue received )eUrday
cash and securities depoilted with tbe
sheriff to await tbe determination of the
question of ownetsblp. They amounted to
Chicago, April 28. The special com
mittee of tbe Illluol legliletur 1 now m
the city to Invettlgnt the buslnoa of deal
ing lu option. In view of th oonumnlatod
enactment which provide all graJn aid
ttock broker In tb stat aball pay 11,000
a year as lioes.
Nkw York, April 28. Loan, increa.
til.088.otsi; sped, decrease, 1181.000;
legal leader, luortAs. $1,115,000: dapot
lu, Increase, M. 28,800; circulation; de
crease, ;."'!. '. ,orve, Inoreas. J70,
WS. The bank now bold 9886,100 la ex
cess of the legal requirement.
RIL M, 1581.
CATTLK Ireiiiiind fair; marktt strong;
export $8 X)r36 trt; good to choice tblp
ping SVW Id; common to fair t0?4
6 80: butcher $2 7661010; atooker and
HUUi Market active tnd stronger; light
7 167 86; mixed packing 91 W7 M,
heavy packing and ahipplof 7 cVt7 $t.
. T. IXJUI.
CATTLE Good to havy native urt
to om 80; light to fair Si aOdM 86: eom
mon to medium native tteer a aodi
6 SA; fair to rood Colorado 6irt 60; eoutb
west f3 75f4o; corn-fd Tsxans itTodl
6 OS; common to rood stocken fi 40rJM 86;
fair to good feoder $4 7bV6 74; common
to choice native oowa and heifers fa 80
rU ft); soallawag of any kind $VJ 60.
IKXIO-Dull; nothing doing for
want of supply. Values about steady at
$7 A for light to good Torker;
7 lOteTAOfor mlxsd packing; and t7iVS
7 80 for butcher' to extra.
SHEEI'-Good fat aheared (aoM; rm-
raon do dull at $8(98 83.
niAT-ApHI $1 10;
June $118: July $1
$1 10 S'; year $1 07 W.
CORN-Aprll 68; May
67 X; July W, Augiitt
); year 60 X
May 40V; June
AYH SAT April $1 20"rl 21 ; Mayfl J
rll20; Junefl 22H; July $1 28!'; Aug
Utt$1 22 rr ; .September $1 22
CORN-Aprll S(W ; Mav 67Xray87;
June G6H (refit V; Julv 87 V ftfV8; August
80; September IW H hid. 1
Oattattry Frtxtne. Eta,
BUTTER Creamery at 27dW9 for chole
and fancy: tecoiul hi best Dairy rates.
Choice to fancy Dairy 2.1' JO; fair to good
l.Vf'Jii; common fra-U). Sales: 84 tub mm-
mon 8 ; 8 grease ,
FAHig-A quiet ami steady market at
POULTRY Old chickens steady la fair
request tt $3 IWrfH 7o for cocks, $4oJ4 2ft
for mixed, and$i IVOotl 78 for hens; large
Spring Chickens ready tale at $007, but
smsll only for tale at 68M. according to
tlae. Ttirkey quiet at 109I6; dnckt
ttetdy at $-W8 60; and ses entirely nom
inal: pigeon $1 60. i
LK.Ut-Qiilot and ear. "alee: 8 oar
Refined at fi 90 del. Bard not enrjtal.le
Country markets dull. Weather wet.
Wheat dull and shads lower. No. 1 spring
6s i No, 8 spring Head; weetern winter
Da. Mixed. Western eora dull and
easier at 6 7d. Demand from United
Kingdom and Continent moderate for
wheat and corn. Helpte wheal peel
wk 280,000 nuartort, el wbsab 109,800
of the universal success ef
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