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flURP, ILLINOIS,- TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 1. 1883
C bronle Plar.
IllnodU raver u4
and all Diseases
oauMtd ' by !)
raogemonl of Liver, Bowels tod Kidneys,
SYMPTOMS OI A DISEASED UTER.
liad Breath; t'aia in the bide, soiratimet the '
. pain li felt under th ShouMcr-Uade, mirttiua for
Khouroiusm ; general lot of uppeciu ; Howelt
eenerallv aottive, t"metiKt Blunuiing with lu:.
. -ilie hd is troubled with pais, ii diiU-ead
" with considerable tees f memory, accompanied
with painful senutinn of leeviofcjimlone something
which ought to have been Aomtf a alight, riry.cwtra
and flushed face u tometimet u attendant; eattji
. mistaken (ttt eontumption; the patient coaiptaint
of weariness and debility; servout, easily turtled;
fett cold or burning, somesiaM pivkly sematioa .
of the lcm eaiste; spina see and (fcspondeitt,
aad,althoutsatitrUl thai exercise would be bene. '
tcial, yet one can hardly Kunmon up fortitude to
try it -in fact, distrusts every remerly 6ese
of the above symptoms attend the disease bti)ate
have occurred wnen but few of them eirn), yet
etaniituuion after death hat I Sown tae Uvrr to
hare been exttiuiatly dersegtd.
II should be oaed by all panaris, old astd
young, whenever any of (ha above
-. symptom appear.
' Parsons Trnvellnr or Living In Co '
BetUthy Legalities, ly taking a dote occasion,
ally to keep Ilia liver in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria, IUllous attacks, D.iniwss, Nau- ,
sea, browsineea, Depression of Spirits, etc. It
will invigorate like a laM of wine, but Is SMt lav
If Tou have) eaten anything hard ol
digestion, or feet heavy after ntala, or sleep"
leas at night, take a dotting you will bttetseved.'
Time sad Doctors' Bills win bo saved
by always keeping the Regulator
la the House I
For, whatever the ailment msy be, s thoroughly
safe purgative, alterative and tonlo can
never dc out of place. The remedy ii hannlese
and does not interfere with business or
IT 18 PTRKLT VEfJETAIitE.
And hat all the power and efficacy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of lbs injurious after eflects.
A rtvernore Testimony,
Simmnnt Liver Regulator has been in use in my
family f-r .me time, sod I am tatlslied it is a
valuable addition to the medical srirrsce.
J. Gill Shotss, Governor of Ala.
lion. Alexander IT. Stephens, of Ga..
eart: Have derived tome benrnt trnra the use of
Simmons Liver ReguUu, and ib to give it a
"The only Thing that never falls to
Relieve." I have used many remedies fur Dys
pepsia, Liver Affection and Lebility, hut never
have found anything to benefit ma to the ettenl
Simmons Liver Rrgulsur hat. I tent from Mia
nevna to (Georgia for it, and would scud further for
such s medicine, and woulj advise ail who are sim
ilarly affected to give it a trial at it seems the only
thing that never hilt to reiiw e.
P. M. Jannsv, Minneapotit, Minn.
Ir, T. W. Mason aaysi From actual e
periencc in the use of bimmont liver Regulator is
my practice 1 have been and am satisfied to use
and prescribe it at s purgative medicine.
Jlrj9Tak only the Genuine, which always
has on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. II. ZCILIN A CO.
FOR SALE BV ALL DRUGGISTS.
EOIWE II. LKACIl, M. D.
I'hvfioian and Suriroon.
H pty,,s! uteurloo paid lo (lis Homeopathic treat
m-nt of mineral dls. sod diseasos of wouiko
Ofllee: mo U'.h street, opposite the Pott Offl-,
U. J. E. STRONG,
128 Commercial Ave., Cairo, III.
VAI'Olt. ELRCTKO-VAPOR o MBIMCATKD
administered dally .
A ladr In attendance.
J)I W. C. JOCFLYN,
OFFICE Slghth Street, near Cocao err I ai artnit
JR. K W. WHITLOCK,
Omcs No. 1M Commrtl Avenas, hstsnsn
Kgkt J and Nltith Ktreeta
m "si ,rvrcBume!Be'" I Cairo, Illinois.
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
a full Hue of hllths' Istast, newest colors
an1 quality, and best manufacture.
Bndr Brussels, Tapestries, Ingrain, Oil
Clotbt, A Ac.
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
This Department occnples a full flo r snd
Is eompleta In all reepects. Qoods are
SuarsnUed ol latest style and butt ms
insl. Bottom Prices and First-class Goods!
N. B. Thistlewood & Bro.
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 8t OHIO LEVEE, .
Cairo. - - - Illinois.
JtJK'W YORK STORE,
VVUOLK8ALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIII1 CITY.
GOODS SOLD VKRY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1KII & 0O
Cor.NtnsiseBthslrsstl PjllrO. 111.
C'vasusrcLalAfaoMl VttaTVt Ills
1 CRIMINALITIES. .
tBai;brourTreatment of the
' . PoorjnPettis County, Mo.
Murder an3 Lynching in Tennie
A Fa4l tVliny Explosion
PoIiticaNnS.Genersl. V.,. .
8eDAi.iA.M0i Aril'M.-Tbs Bsdslla
Doniociut b;iMU,ov'red and unesrthed a
slste of uflulr 11 the Count Poor IJoiimi of
this coiinir that rim Is lu Its horrors ilia
Tt.v.kburr Alms II ones revelatloni. Tlia
Poor r'Him is Hbout twelve miles from ths
rltT, and U seldom visited by any one.
There are twntv-one Insane, Idiotic and -bed-ridden
patieuta In it, and tb de
tu'rlption of their tilth, their luOerlDKa and
disease Is dimply siukenlnr and disgraceAil
to any OriMiun comniunlty. The tlclc no
without aitenilon and aometliues wkb
out necessary food. The revelatloni have
produced nniuli aHtootshmtat. One of the
Inmates, Jnnies Csnavin, aald.tbat not
lotiif since ono nmn died, and thai for dara
before hi death tie bad not been given anr
medicine, and thai be fot his food so
irregularly and in auoh scanty quantity
that starvation hastened bis death, tf it
did not cause It. Only an hour before hli
death two of the other Inmates nave blm a
drink of sour milk, which was all they
could (ret for him when be died. He laid
there was no one present exoept the In
mates of the hovel.
In one room there was old Mrs. Brennoo.
about 60 vona old, with all her limbs jjsra
Ivzed and her body covered with veimln.
Tbls poor old helpless creature has lain
there fordavs ami weeks, unable to move
a limb, crying and
P1UY1N0 fOH RKLXBr.
The story told 01 her li too terrible to re-
ate. Ths reporter Interviewed many of
the Inmates, and they all aald that the at
tendants paid bu. little attention to tbe
wants of tbe poor creature; that
the only food she cot was when one of the
idiots could tie induced to imu ner a little
sour milk and bread. Her moans and
prayers were pitiful, and often whn li ber
agony she would plead for help, the tears
would run down her haggard and furrow
ed cheeks. 6he was begging one moment
for ber son. and tbe next moment she
would say, "Ob, have pity, and take me
from my mitery."
In another room lay Annie Williams,
dying with consumption. When the re
porter entered the room and found her in
such nitterv ond so near eternity, be re
frained from axktng her any questions, but
he took a look at ber bed and lu surround
ings. The sheet may have been white at
one time, but It waa long ago. The din
on the floor looked as though it had beeu
unmolcsud for a century, and the
vestdi In the room had evi
dently remained untouched for
dsys. Tbe odor of tbe room was unbear
able to one not used to It, and of lueir sur
detent to produce alcknesa and disease.
Anule lay on her bed and
for something to ent, and, with a look of
despair, aVeil In a feeble, deathlv voice:
"Can vou do anything for mef Oh get me
something to eat." Then she pointed to
tbe only food that had been
given her that day. It was
a biscuit and a tin can of water with mo
lasses In it. Tbe reporter asked an
other pauper In tbe same room If that was
all that bad been given (be sick woman
during t)u dav, ana the answer wu "Yes,
andsllshe ho. bad for a week." Tb
question was then asked why tbe did not
ask for something, and tbe lumatessald aba
had begged for something she could relish
ad was told to "Turnover and die;" that
"she had all there was for her, add all abe
Tbe building In which the poor are kept
la about one hundred and futy feet from
the house in which the overseer lives, but
it is sold he does not visit his
charge oftener than once a month, and
seldom that often. Tbe Inmate told
the reporter thnt the overseer bad not been
in the building for days, and the last time
he did come wa to put a diseased lunatic
Into a room with two old helpless creature
and left him there.
Tbe food that I ordinarily given them i
u follows; For breakfast, Two bisoulU,
a little molasses, and a cup of very poor
coffee; for dinner, an ounce of fat bacon,
a potato and a cup of water, or
some milk. These are the only two
meals tbey get. Last winter when
the overseer Killed hogs the patient
were made to eat the light. Pettat
county allowj only
$1 36 a wkm
for the lupport and maintenance) of each
f oor person, thub making assurance doubly
hat either the paupers must be neglected
or that the Superintendent must con
tribute out of his own substance to keep
them allvo. Tbe building are not fit to
keep stock in. They consist of a tier of
stalls, enclosed with rough board lumber
let on end, and the crevice in many place
are fully un Incn wide and run from celling
to floor. The door do not fit, and toine of
them are without proper fastening. Last
winter tbev suffered terribly from cold and
hunger. Tbe beds consist of tick with
straw (probably a year or two ago) and a
couolo of woolen blanket two of tb bed
bad one ibeet eiicb.
Louisiana Again Visited bj a Terribla
New Oh!,kan. April 30. A Time
Democrat Merldon, I.a.. apodal ayi: A
terrible cvclonn vUlted this parish seven or
eight miff above here Saturday evening
from tbe northeast to the southwest. The
length of the track was flftoen miles. The
wind was of such tcrritio force that not a
bouse, tree or any obstruction wu left.
Pr. Johnson's glnbouso and other
buliaingi were blown away. Win.
Taylor' place was badly wrecked. 8.
R. Ilarrell's place was lorn to pleoos.
Cahlu and barns were utterly demolished,
while the mill from fences ware blown for
miles. U. F, Curr't Kin-house, cukln and
liariie were dt roved. Some stock were
killed. Irliy White's dwelling wu de.
mollsluid. Only ono roof was left In
tbe vluee out, of twenty-four. 0n
negro man and several children were In
jured. John 11. Nf'waome'a place wu al
nvnt at Imdly nerved, Every bouse wu
wrecked exoept the dwelling, which wu
only partially unroofed. The quarter on
8. J, Ilarrcir place were utterly de
molished. Of forty acre heavy timbered
land, not a tree was left standing. Fenoe
on tbe place were blown away, and not a
veittge of corn or fodder la left. William
Gamble's place is ' hndly damaged. Mr.
Youngblood la seriously, and several
children allghtly hurt, several negro
were blown across tlm Held, lit unlujured.
No one wu killed or mortaly wounded, but
a fow of tho (Iwolllnes being directly In the
track of tbe tornado.
A l.rM Endowment.
Mcran tan, renn., April SO, Additional
endowment are to be made to tbe projected
Mote Taylor Hospital, In thl city, by the
.Ji!lr of the Taylor eitat and by two rall
teadi, which wUI probably raise Ua futf V
A a9jla Oalresff. '' t!
ST. Louis, April SO.' Annie Bonrkt
having been out on visit to"-some
friends at Twertv-tiiiith , and Chest
nut strecta, rode down- town lu tb
Olive street oar on ber return bom to
Seventh and Gratiot streets.' At Fifth
aUaaet tvMt wnltlnir fnr tl nura srilnir
f south she-walked to Pine strel where bt
was accoatod by a itrauuer who. abe savs
forced ber to aocompauy him to No.
Pine street. There she was forcibly led
up. stairs to; the third story, which I
used as a poke rwotn. Tbe door was
locked and the was, amiilied by several
fcHvws. Then the "was turned into tho
street half crazed. She went to tbe Chest
nut street polio station and told this story,
'and this morning Oftioer Lyons and Flynn
'arrested a man who gives his name asTbof.
"Motfiilnes. The irirl Identified tb prisoner
and mad an affidavit charging rape. Me
Oultinewi denies ibut h used force, but
acknowledged that hr"touk the girl' to bit
McUulnnets In in Jail.
' Kllle la ftollrotte! Aeeldeat.
BPHINOn F.I.I). Mass... April 80. The
olooo of the down freight on tho Connec
ticut Hlver ltosd was run into by a passen
ger train from tbe north near Plalnfleld
'street bridge at noon. Mr. Henry Weld-
er, a passenger on tbe calxioae, was In
stantly killed, Her body waa horribly,
erunhed. Henry Mulligan, a fireman of the
'passenger engine, was badly hurt by Jump-"
(ng from tbe engine Just before tbe collis
ion. 1 he cabooao as driven under the
freight car ahtad smashed to splinters. The
engine of tbe pusenger train wu slightly
' ' The) Tewkesbury Alnaa-Ilaaaea '
DosroN, April 30. The Tewkesbury la
vettlgatlon wu resumed this morning.
Timothy Kelleher had charge of the burial
at Tewkesbury most of the time since '79.
Tbe cuses which bad contained bodies from
the stat) prison were sold and the money
given Thomas Marsh, Jr. About eight
cases remained when be left lost Saturday.
H bad sold about fifteen in all. The
bodies were burled. Witness testified that
the Marsh's had bad their kitchen supplied
with chickens from tbe aluia-hous and
their washing done by the Inmato.
Kilted by Mistake.
Boston, April 80. Albert H. Beal, of
the firm of Beals A Flckett, spice dealers,
Boston, shot and killed bis partner, A.
Perley Flckett, on the Fall Hiver steamer
BrUlol Sunday night. Both men occupied
a stateroom together, and aboti 1:30 . m.
Flckett got out of hi berth and went to the
window. Beals wu awakened by the rat
tling of the blind. Thinking some one
was trvlng to enter the room, he drew a re
volver'aud fired. The bullet entered Pick
ett's forehead and pasted out at the back of
hit head. He lived about an hour and a
half. Beals wu delivered to the police on
tbe arrival of tbe boat at Fall Itivsr.
ProblMUoti la Ohio.
Cincinnati, O., April 80. At a mast
ing of Methodist minister this morning
tb subject of tbe duty of the church in re
gard to the present aspect of the temper
ance question In tbl State was discussed.
Kev. J. M. Walden, prominent prohibi
tionist, strongly condemned the plan of a
separate political organization, but favored
earnest work on behalf of the adoption of
tbe prohibition amondment. This view
wu embodied in the resolution adopted.
Star Boat) Trial.
Washington, April 80. When the tr
route trial opened to-day. Ingersoll an
nounced that be was willing to submit the
ease to the Jury for the Dorsev, provided
the Government counsel would agree to
proceed uo further with the argument.
The court then wished to hear from tbe
Government. Merrick answered that tb
Government had not completed the open
ing of the cue. "That Is enough." said
Judge Wylle, and Bilat began bis addreae
to tbe Jury.
r.avekyn BssMwIb tolltrvtel.
San Francisco, April 30. Veron
Baldwin, who attempted to kill "Lucky"
Baldwin, ber alleged cousin, last January,
reluiiuntlv left this city, Saturday, for
Port Towiitend. Wyoming. Her attorney,
Mr. Gray, had to put her ou board the
steamer twice, and Insisted on her coins.
8he aald she did not want to leave until she
had accompllthed her fixed purpose, whloh
is, no doubt, to kill Baldwin.
Alton, April 80. The twenry-flnt an
neal conveutlon of tbe German turner eo
cletiea of the St. Louis Pistrict wu held
here yesterday, with sixty-two delegate
in attendance. President F. P. Becker
reported tbe membership at 2,040; there
wu $1,134.20 in the treasury. Tbe next
festival will be held In Qulncy. III., on the
10th, 11th and 12th of June. The turnfest
of 1684 1 to be held in Alton.
CI era r Coins: Cp.
Boston, April 80. At a meeting of ol-gar-makers
it wu decided to demand, in
view of the reduction of the internal reve
nue on tobacco sn advance of $1 per thou
sand on all goods beginning to-morrow.
A committee wu appointed to take
Into consideration tbe trouble that may
arise in consequence.
Washington. April 80. The general
Impression now is that no appointment u
Comuiisslnner of Infernal Revenue will be
made at present. Deputy Commissioner
Roberts It acting u commissioner, and will
continue in that capacity until an appoint
ment Is made.
A Large Heert.
Mai.laposbtt, Mats., April 80. Ths
largost human heart ever exhibited bu
been taken from the remains of a citizen of
this place. It measures fifteen Inches In
circumference, is nine and a quarter Inches
In length, and weighs forty-four ounces.
Uitw York, April 30. A schedule lo the
alignment of George Palnn & Co., tan
ner and dealers in oils, was filed In court
to-day. Liabilities, 4603.021; nominal
assets, 487,709; actual asaots. $279,736.
Ukw Ori.kans, April 80. Gen. Diaz
nd party started yesterday for Vera Uruz.
Ore hundred llnuor dealer were arrest
ed in Xew York City on Sunduy for evading
the excise law.
Tbe Seditlia Democrat rharges that the
condition of affairs at the county poor
furm, near thai Huco, U as bad as at the
alms-bouHe at Tev.kcHl.urr, Maes. 1'"'
licnts and inmates are suffered to die In
filth and starvation.
In a religious riot at Port Said, F.gypt.
on .Sunday, bet ween Greeks anil A runs,
several persons were killed and many
wounded It Is staled European residents
were saved from a general massacre by th
landing of British suitor.
At two o'clock on Sunday afternoon a
conitructlon train on the Texas and Paclhc
ran Into a steer standing on the track at
Hanger, ninety miles west of Fort Worth,
Tex., the oonculon throwing the two
head oars from the track, killing T. A.
Slmmont, of St. Louis, a civil engineer,
and two other men, and Injuring three
The Central Labor ttnlon in New York
on Sunday discussed tbo relation of tb
labor question to the revolutionary mow
tnenta In Europe. Th general sentiment
favored the uta of dynamite, the argument
wu the kings and potentates nsed every
engine of destruction In their wars, and
particularly against the people where w
luUoV7 outbreak tvoour.
Jh Osr Drlvsr on Trial for Mur
1 derThs Tlmos on ths Irish
' Convention Extradition.
London, April t. iu the Commons
' this afternoon, Trvvellyi), Chief Secretary
: lor ireiana, siswa he iMiioveT a wide
spread conspiracy t murder existed In
County Clare. TWsiovcrnmuiit, he said,
hoped to l rlngtbKMipli'tors tojuittce.
O'Uoinell, Member for Dungarvlan, ac
fCUtcd Clifford Lloyd, Special Magistrate,
of altering the depositions malleoli oath.
(He uked whethhr the Government would
retain him In office, Trevellyn and Glad
stone refused to answer O'Donnell t que
Hon. O'Donnell then laid on the UbU the
evidence which he claimed would sustain
bis oharge a.'iilntt Lloyd.
V PQasmLR KXTIUDITION.
' London, April 80. It 1 stated tbnt
document containing charges twalnst the
dozen persons now In America who are
aooused of tbe murder In Irolandof Ktnney
and Bailey, have been forwarded to Hack
' vllle West, tbe British Minister at Well
ington, Depositions will be lodged In tbe
e4.es of five more of the alleged mtirderert.
aVoret negotiations are now proceeding be
I ween the British and American Gov
ernraenUwltoaVteVto tbe extradition of
London, April 80. Bullion withdrawn
from the Bank of England on balauo to
London, April 80. The Times, In an
editorial tav tb Irisb convention at
Philadelphia, began with the clap-trap of
malignity and closed after tbe same fah
lou. The whole scene, It save, would U
palnful were it not supremely ridiculous.
The only practical suggestion made by tbe
convention for injuring Great Britain Is th
advice to the people of Ireland to buy noth
ing from England unlet obliged to. It Is
a confession of Impotence when Irlrib mal
ic is driven to such a paltry expedient,
which If tried would only Injure lu adopt
er. The lesson for Great Britian Is to ig
nore Irishmen and abandon tbe hope of
bringing them to a better frame of mind
bv the continuance of unmerited favon.
The have already convinced the rest of the
world tbey are unfit to have national inde
pendence, and tbey must bo made to feel
the strong band of law.
Dublin, April 80. The trial of Fltz
harrlt, known at "Skln-the-Goat."
one of the alleged principals lu the murder
of Cavendish and Burke, waa begun this
Tbe prisoner pleaded not guilty. Tho
cue for tbe prosecution was opened hy
Porter, Attorney-General for Ireland. lie
argued that, although FlUbarrl did not
personally stab Burke, yet he was cognizant
of th act and wu tbe Implement of mur
der, u be drove off tbe usitlns red-banded.
Tbe defense will endeavor to prove
that Fltiharris merely drove the mnrut-reri
in the oou e of bis vocation u a cab driver
and did not know what tbo object of tbe
Cur den, April 30. Two mercfcjinTe In
town, mtuicd O'Keefe and Conn, have been
arrested, charged with being connected
with th oonsuTracy to murder. Accord
ing to Information given to tbe authorities
bv Informers, a number of apparently re
spectable person are tmpucatea in tnuruer
Tbe man Nevln arrested here Saturday
on a charge of being concerned in tbe con
spiracy to murder has turned informer.
TUB PAR NULL TESTIMONIAL.
Dublin. April 80. Th testimonial
which Is being raised for Parnell has
St. PETBHtBt nr AdhI 80. Tbe Czar
and Grand Duke Constantino, uncle of his
majesty, have become completely recon
ciled through tbe mediation or the Prince
Paris, April 80. Jules Goupll, the
painter, Is dead.
Rom I, April 30. Earthquake shocks
have again occurred In N (colon!, near
Catania, Slcllv. They are undoubtedly
due to Mount Etna, which, it is believed,
la on the point of breaking into open mip
tiou. TWO FAILURES.
Strange Conduct of a Beautiful
Refined Young Lady.
St. Loci, April 80. Nettle Roberta, a
pretty brunette, applied at the Hotel
Brown on Saturday evening for a room.
Captain Brown gave her a room In the
third itory. Her absence from the supper
table attracted, ao ntwntlon. ee
terdsy morning the smell of gu
in (he corridor near the girl's
room arouxed suspicion, and ths
proprietor requested bis wlfs to en
ter Kettle' room. The door wm forced
open snd the room waa found tilled with
gas. The girl lay on her bed, seemingly
dead A puv'M1"; 'wr a hasty exami
nation, said that Mist Roberts bad been
aspbvxiated by the gas that had filled tho
room. Tbe usual remedies were applied
but without effect and It was then ugges
ted that the had taken poison with
ulclde Intent. It wa at length ascer
tained to be a cue, one of poisoning wl'.h
sugar of lead. Emetics were adminis
tered, and after a time tbe girl T,
covered consciousness and thl morning Is
said to be out of danger. The second
phvslclan who wu summoned aald tbat ho
saved her life about two weeks ago under
like circumstances In the western part of
tbe cltv. and was to much impresned with
her sad history that be got a home for bur
with bit mother where ah lived until Sat
urday last, when she wont away without a
word to any one. She la said to be from
Australia where both her parent dlod.
8be Is only ttxtcen vears of age. Her ad
dress betokens education and refinement.
Albany, April 80. The cigar manufac
turers met Saturday and agreed to dis
charge all their men. The Cigarmalwrs'
Union demanded U per 1.000 advance, but
the manufacturers arc only willing to pay
$1. All tbe ahops, save where girls are
employed, and one shop where half a
dozen union men who received tbe advance
asked for are at work, are clotti'd. T'we
manufacturer auv they will nut accede to
Eat St. Louis, III., April 80.-P. H.
O'Brlsn and George Goeer, Councilman of
East St. Loult, have entered suit
against Mayor O. U. Wlnton and all the
newly-eleotcd members of ha City Council,
the four policemen tbat arrested them,
John B Bowman and Frank Bowman, Tbe
suit is for 8, 000.
ejrelersMl hy tJnUttowmj Parties.
PTTTSBURO, Pa. . April 80.-Pbllllp Ma
gulre, an old man found In an unooltas
condition on Penn avenue Saturday nlgtit,
kavlng been attacked by unknown psrtles,
died Sunday night from tha Injur! re
atvad. Three brothers named Bulger have
keen arrsstad en suiplolaa of comnuulm
Lynched few Mareler.
Chattanoooa, Tens,, April SO. A
special trum the government works al
Muscle Shoals, near Florence, gives an
account of the lynching of George . Wire,
colored, who ruuruVrsd a white Loy, aged
twelve, to secure $13. The boy had fust
been paid. After robbing the noy
ha threw him eight times In
to ths river, but the boy swam back
to tbe shore. After amusing himself
by throwing the boy in the river
bt tied him and bast out his brains
with a stone, and threw him In
again. A man on the opposite shore
witnessed tbe murder, but the river
wu too wide to make his presence
known. A description of tbe negro
waa given tbe Jail, who arrested bins.
The tame night a crowd of workmen era
ployed on the river Improvements visited th
Jail and demanded the prisoner. Owing to
the delicate condition or the Jailor's wife at
tbe time the mob wu persuaded to die-
Serse. This all occurred on the 20h tnst.
aturday night tho mob again visited tba
Jail, carried the Jailor's wife to another
bouse and then took she prisoner and hung
him to a beam lu the depot building, and
riddled tbe body with bullcU. The aasr
A Fatal Mine EaploalntC
Nrw Yorb, April 30. An Ashland, Pa.,
apeclal say a tearful explosion has Just
occurred at the Keyiume Colliery Mines,
by which several lives bate been lost and a
number of miners seriously, probablv
fatally, Injured. The explosion wu caused
by the sudden collapse ol a pillar, aauttnc
an immense fall of eoal. Tbe rush of coal
forced down tbe gas with ,snch velocity u
to oauso an explosion. The full extent of
(he disaster cannot yet belesrned. Great
excitement prevails at tbe mouth of tbe
mine, where people gathered In large num
ber. Charles Tyler, Patrick Regan and
Coney Walter have been taken out mors
dead than alive. Tbe dead body of Andrut
Jones ba Just been taken out. Thro
others are known to have been killed. A
number of others are alto badly tin mod.
Physicians and priests are hurrying to the
scone of the disaster.
Testcneira fthould Have Better Ratai-tea.
Kkw York, April 30. The New York
Alumni of Cornell University have pre
pared a report to present to the Alumni
fit the next commencement In Ithaca.
Thev are not satisfied with Prsildent
White, who tbey say is too deep in poli
tics to look carefully after tbe Institution's
Interests, and who scatters his energtei
too much. They blame the trustees for
paying such small salaries that ths best
educators will not stay at Cornell, which
has been on the decline for several years.
Thev ask that the protestors' salaries bs
raised from $2,700 to 8,400 a year, and
favor the bill now pending in tbe Legisla
ture to allow Alumni to vote by letter
according to the Yale plan.
A L.tvdy lawyer la JalL
Milwavkex. April 80. Th decision of
United Suites Commissioner Ryan relat
ing Kate Kane, s female lawyer, on habcu
corput proceeding, because Judge Mai
lory, of the Criminal court, committed her
verbally for contempt in throwing wator in
his face, was this morning reversed by
Judge Hamilton, of tho Circuit court, who
reversed the cue on a wilt of certiorari.
Kite wu remanded hark to Jail. Bill was
offered, but Judge Hamilton decided the
cue wu not bailable. The prisoner says
the will never pay the fine of tfO If the
stayt lu Jail all her life.
Cold and Wet.
Oranox, Vs., April 30.-A heavy
frost and Ice in Northern Virginia blighting
the fruit, but not impairing the wheat. Mo
corn planted. It i too cold and wet.
A Bad First,
Detroit, April 80. A Ore at Newaygo
yesterday destroyed Brook' hotel, the
Exchange Hotel, two churches and four
foen other buildings. Loss about fOO.OOo.
John L. Sullivan It said to be badly
ruptured. Jim Elliott hu gone to
grans. Jere Dunn Is on trial for murder.
Jem Mace and the Maori have gone to Eu
rope. Tha Atsessora lists reveal that there are
slxtv-uine women In Boston who are
worth ovr $100,000, five of them
being worth $600,000, and two over a mil
lion, THE MARKETS.
APRIL 80, 1833.
nOOS Slow and weak; 6(910 lower,
light $7ft7 5ft; mixed packing $7 1WT 40;
heavy picking and shipping $7 totftf 76.
CATTLE Quiet aud easier; exports
S2,Va! 66; good to choice shipping
&VaU0; ooiumon to fair S3 20&5 70;
butchers $8W3d; stookers and feeder
CATTLE Good to heavy native (teen
$ mm 80; light to fair S4 90OA ttSt com
mon to medium native steers S4 0OY2S
3 SO; fair to good Colorado $V36 60; south
west $3 76rao; corn-fed Texans S4 76(3
6 66; common to rood stockart S4 0(M 66;
fair to good feeders $4 7606 76; eommoti
to choice native cows and belfers $8 90
04 90; tcallawags of any kind (344 60.
HO9-Dull and weaki light grades
lowor. Light to good Yorkers 7 20rtS
7 8.1 mlxd to good pscking S7 luftt7 83;
heavy to good butchers 7 3.VS7 60; extra
8 0; Mi. snd culls ftl&OOfl 78.
SHEEP Good fut sheared WM', com
mon do dull at W34 83.
WHEAT May fl HVriH; JuneflHW
(9; July $1 18V; August $113; Sep.
wmbcr $1 US'; year $1 08.
COKN-Mav 55; June ft7S'H; July
J.WV, August 604; September 00;
OATS May 40X; June 42X0;
July 43; year 38b.
WHEAT-MayW Wtfl23; June f 1 34;
Jnlv U i.V.
CORSMsy 7.; June 07; July 00.
OATS May 49; JunuaUS uked; July
WHEAT-May $1 12 S: June fl UK;
July $1 18K; August $im; September
$1 12 V: year $1 10S,
OOKN-Aprll MHI bid; May
Juno63H; JulvtA'i; August 56H; year
OATS May 4 J bid; June 63 H bid;
Coaatlry trodnew, El.
ST. I.OI! IS.
BUTTER Market firm, and demands
good for choice fresh dairy snd oreamery,
with barely snfflclent tu meet the Inquiry,
No change in medium and low grades
dull arid weak. We quote; Creamery 21VS
80 for choice and fancy; second t WiWtf.
Choice to fancv dairv '-'3'J5; fair to food
16fflM0; common uroiO.
EGGS Lower hut quiet, at UK.
LIVE POULTRY Quint; bo change In
price. Chickens Cooks, at $3 WV3 70;
mixed, $454 1W; hens, $4 ft0r4 75: spring
chickens Hfo, according to else. Turkeys
JWS14; ducks at 13 60.
LEAD Lower. Sales, A cars reined at
' Country markets dull. Wheat not much
doing) No. S spring 9s 3d; No. 3 spring As
Id; Western wlntei 9a; mixed Weston
corn not much doing at 6s 3d Demand
from United Kingdom and Continent rath
ar dull fix wheal aud torn ,
of the universal success of
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