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Natural Fruit Flavors.
gum uvju 1 f
Prepared from the choicest Fruits, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial Essences. Always uniform in strsngth,
without tf arluiterafiont or impurities.
Hare gained their reputation from their
perfect puritf, superior strength and qual
ity. Admitted by all who hare used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, lit, and St Louis, Mo.,
BatantfUrall Treat ', r. PrWl fraaa Bai
twm-r aa Or. rrUe'e talw FufWMi , ,
WE MAKE NO SECOND CRAOECOODt
for D) spepsla,
Impurity f the
P.looi), Fever anl
it ml all IMsrasr
ciuied hy De.
rang ement of Liver, Howel and Kidney.
symptoms or a DtsK sF.n Lirm.
Had Bicath; 1'aia In the Si-ie, tom.times the
pain i frit under the Sh.. older -Made, smtakrB for
KhcueMliiin ; general ! of afpem ; B'jwei
ernerallr cattive. mwtimrt nltr.-nisg with Us r
the head U troubled with pj!n, i dull jrA htry,
with conidrtable lost of meroo.y, accompanied
with a painful trnaatios of Iran uu line mtnlic
which auitht to have Wndooc; a il.itht, dry cTi-n
and flushed bee is umeuic an ascaOant, ha
aruaken l conaumpuoti; the pitimr complain
uf weannet and ciebility; servou. eJify nartled;
lert cold Uf burning, nxrtetimet a prfck'y wmallos
of the tlun eii; tp'.rm ate low n! iftrti'inoaef,
and, although at!frm th ji rrrcie would be bewe
wcial, yet dm caa hardly suannvni up fjriiiudtr
try it in (act, diatratu every rr'tr 'y bnral
of t)ie above tyoiptotrii irtend the rf.-r. but case
have occurred wh butw..f ihetn fxuttd, yet '
(laminaiion after tteaih hi inown the Lltar to
have bea cxtenaiTtiy drand. '
It ahoold bo ua4 by all lr-wma, old ad
yoQDf, whenever any of Oie alx
Paraona Trarellnr or I.I ring In Cn
healthy IcallUee, by raking a dv occatlon.
ally to keep the liver in healthy action. avoid
all Malaria, !UUu attack, IMfoniu, Wau
tea, DrowncM, Uepraaaiua of pnu, etc It
will Inmiarate like a gla of inc, but la uo Id
toxleating bevvruga. '
If Ton have aatm itnyllilnj hard of
dljcoitlon, ot fcd heiry f'r roe; or alaep
laa II nihc, take a i-t and you ait be relieved
Tliua and Doctor' nil la will 1a tared
by alwaya kef pine; the 4(eguIator
In the llounel
for, whaterer tha ailment any be, a ihoroujWy
uSc purjatlve, alterative and tonlo on
arrer be out of pUc. 11m nmerly li harmleM
and dixa not laterfcrw with bualnett or
IT IH It'RELT VKr.ETAUI.E,
And hu all the power and efticacy cf Calomel of
Quinine, without any of the injurious after cffecit.
A Governor Teatlmony.
Slmmont Uver RejuUtor hu la in iu la my
family far me time, and 1 am unified it la a
raltuUc aduition to the medical tciencc.
J. Gill Shuktkr, Corvtoor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander II. Stephen, of Oa..
aays: Have derive-l me beneni Imin the um of
Simnum Uver KegjUur, aitd wiah to give U a
" The only Thbiw fhat never fatli to
Kalleve." I have uied nunv remediei i"t Dy
peptia, Ijrer Affection and faebtlity, but never
kav found anything to lienefit me to tht excM
Simmoni Liver Keiilator ha. 1 tent from Mm
aeaota to Oeorgia fir it, and would ik ninher for
ttach a medicine, and would advite all who are sim
ilarly afTected to give it a tri:.l at it teemt die only
thing that never faill to relieve
P. M. jAMMirv, Minneapotit, Mino.
Dr. T. HV. Ma ton inytt From artual ex
perience In the me of Sunnvjiit IJver Rmilitor in
aay practice I have been and am ittitucd to um
and preacrib it u a purgadre medicine.
gsSTake only tht Genuine, whith alwayi
hat on th Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. If. ZEILIX CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS '
EOHGE II. LErVCH, M. D.
Phvuician and Surgeon.
8pcll tttentlon paid to th Horaeoptthlc tret
idt-nt or turgicti amt, ana mr"u " "
omre: On UlU trl, omolt th Tott tlfflv,
R. J. K. STlWNa,
128 Commercial Ave., Cairo, IU.
VAPOtt. KLECTKO VAPOR d MBUICATSO
A lady In atleadancc.
B W. C. JOCFLYN,
urriCK-XIghtk BtTMt, near Comnrcll AtaMt
E W. WHITLOCK,
OmoB-No. tM Commerrltl
rfi and Ninth Street
5W YOHK 8T0KK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
t a Ml.. 1-
flM..v I u mrut VnriPTV iMORK
O. O. PAT1KU Ac CO.,
Ot, NiMtMoth trat 1
' . I M.t
BOTH . SIDES."
Mr, Davis Guilty of , the Crime
Charged against Him ?
Mn. Thompson Sayi He waiNot
Miss Buokner'i part in th
Lm Hvii.i k. Kv., M:it l.-A tha fart
(joimh nut morn fully In regard to tlio kiliinif
of Wnlt.tr II. Davit by CotiKretkman hlill
riionipi-oii luev nre allllclltiK tbc public
mind wllli it i-ulnful niUgivin1; that larrl
hlu ctiiiici lu been eorniuittrd Uy:om.
bmly and Unit uoblu and gtueroiia nua
but tvn V'11 death lv tho docree of t
lavs leu trlKUiial whlcQ coudemnad him
unhfiird nnd killed btm for an -t ot wbU'h
ho n ut innocent. No one doubt that
Thoiiipaon Iti'llDvetl )vl to b guilty at
cbarftfd, unJ pulilic nenilinent intblittat
rocuitnizet t bit rlfhi of tbe wronged hut.
baud to puin-h ttiib lorlal traiion Iy alar,
lug ih perpHrator wherever bt may bt
found. 11 ut It alro rt-guire i, wbau pnvata
eoK-aiice uurpt fbe nuleity of tha law
and doom a man to death uohaard, that
bit guilt tball be afterward made auffi
cletiily cleur to Juntfy hit taklng-otr. In
tlile cut the friend of tht dead man, at
tured of bit Innocence, ar detormloed to
eieur bit reputation, and It ieni that they
ara to fur making it appear that Thotnpton
ban ttniued hm band witb the blood of ao
liimtueiit muu. .-- ,
Tbe widow of the lata f 'mv. Roblntoo.
wbo it the mother of Mn. Darla, aald to a
reporter of the Jiew York Suns Mr.
DivU knew nothing ' of tbe eaaae of the
killing until I told her but night, fchn I
now almuti dittrnuied, nnd I think will die
of the thock. We know that Walter vraa,
Innocent, and hope the pre will btobatv
tubli until we ran bava Ihe oaaa Invettlga
ti'd. Thurupxou' wlfa told rot thta room
ing tbut Tboinion bid ilaln an Innocent
tuan, thnt Walter had been to ber broth
er, and that the would lay beforw Heave.it
thnt ttiero nefr w it any other relation be
tween tbem. t-lie any ber huaband bat re
peaUUly tutrtttuu bi r of tbe tanif crime.
inipliratlujc one man and another; that he
baa been trying for vein to rid btmeelf of
her, and t bat ttieiii letter ot hU making
ccuaatlon. . ,.
It it Mtld that Mr. Tbompaon it ebe
tni ut In ber protestation of the Innocrnne
of both bertrlf and Davit. Sbeaaid; "I
h:ill die piKcluiinliiK him lanooent. . Oh,
why ww nut I killfil rather than poor
Walter" Mio tuyt that ber bubaad bat
KII.IIVO HIR BT IXCHK8
(or vearo; that xhe hut cried until the foun
tain ot her tear I dried.
DHviitald to hi partner, T. B. F liber,
Uie day before be wi killed, that he wa
In.n.c-iit of w rone, and that if be could e
Ttiuu)pMn be could explain all. -
Mr. Davit tay that be doe geatwint
Tboinptou'i IiIikhI. but tbal ber hunbaud 't
character hIihII c cleared. Her family and
relative ar. wealthy, acd If Thompson 1
Indicted tbe allct cuumel that can be te
cured will iiruci'Ute blm. bhe waa very
Imlniat with Mix. TbomptonnnU finrt met
ber hiikhnnd t 1 'hotnpton'i houatt. .IavU
wan 'I'huuipton'a voutint, ami bad alwayt
beeu'iueofhi niou arrlaut anil tmtud
fileudt. lie wit, betide, a popular and
well behaved man. and the chary again
bltn wa a thuck to the whole oommuulty.
It will take very couclualve evidence raiber
than nitrely tutplciou clrcumttaiic to
convluce bit acquaintance that tut wa
capable of tuch lnfamoui conduct.
1 be dii-pobUlon to blame lira. Huckner U
Kalului,'. bex aime it 1 allege li the had a vin
dictive motive lilt Buokner, about
elk'ht yrar tio, marrlad WlilUrn Tola Un
ion, of Unrrodtburg. Tbey moved to
Loulivllle, wbrt iomlliitou engaged in
tbe grocery liunlneix. Hit partner wu At-
wouu iiov muu. During lomiiuaon'i ab-
aence Bowman plied Mln Buckner with
drink, ber Irlt ndt atrt, and ltd her
attrar, Tber u a tubtequiut iseellng
followed by deieet ion and teparatlon.
After tome timet Mr, Tomllnton brought
tuit for illverce, charging abaudonmeut.
ToDillnion admitted tbe charge and
claimed tbe custody of their Infant. Tutt
wa allowed, and Air, loiulintoo aitumeu
her maiden name. i
Davit' frlendi y tbat Ml liuckner
and )ln, Davi, having boen aoboolmatei
and fiiciuN, and Mn. Davla bating cut
her aoipiaintani-o after ber relation with
Howan, Mb. liuckner, In tha pretence of
wltnumet. vowed her rulu. and they add
tbat the Intimated the icaudal to that end.
Tboinpinn'a wile, it It aald, make tbeta
vburge. It may be added tbatprlor to the
Uudunuti unair, which ocoured wbiie jiri,
Thompson waa tpendlng a day with illtt
liuckner. wnn it ihomDion'i cotielu, tha
cbaatlty of Mr. Thompion had never been
utieitloned, it bad tbat of Mln Buckner.
The Utter, when Interviewed by a Naur
York Sun reporter. wi very guarded In
ber itutcmHiiU. She aald, lu auUtanof ,
that latt DecemberCoDgreuman TbouipKiD
and hit wlfo went to Cincinnati and
tent for ber to mp with' them at
tbe Burnet. Thompson tben aaked her to
itay with bit wlfo all night, it bu had to
go on tbat evening. She declined, but in-
viwa Jirt. i nomptoti to itav witrt ner at
tbe bt. Claire, und to thli Mr. Tbompaon
reed, The nest morning, while thop-
g, they met Mr. Davit at Fourth and
Hace ttrcctt. lie addremed them fiinl
llarly iud cxpretted a dotlre to call. After
ber return to the hotel the left the roomi
for tome medicine for a violent headache,
ind on her return found Mr. Tliotnpion it
the piano ami
1MVI8 KI TTI.VO Kit AH HEK.
Thli wan In tho afternoon. At 8 o'olook
Mr. Thompion t xpremed ber Intention of
ffolng out vlth Davit, agilnnt which Mlu
Buckner protested. At 6:!W o'clock Mr.
Tbompton returned. Ai ihe entered the
door v ho full, being very drunk, and aaibe
did to two itmrt t'lmmpngne bottlci rolled
from under her clonk. Tnev had tbe St.
N o..olnt biHtnl. blin mid they had been
to the Si. MoholiiH.und that Davie hud given
ber tbe wine. After "tipper ibe hid 10 fir
recovered that tbe went out aaaln with
Davit, igaintt the protetl of Mlu Buck
nor, who thrtMiietieil to loll If they preliied.
Iiolngtlck, the ri'tlred, end w&i awakened
from o uleep by the voice of llri. Koto, the
wife of the piiipi iiiior. When the opened
the tlonrMi't. Koth ind the watchman were
there with Mrt. Thompton, who wm io
drunk tbnt the could not walk, but fcU oa
the llonr, wheio the lev for tomo time.
Mlae Umitier tey the wrote to Thompaon
only that hit wile Intd beoome drunk, and
baj thown liertolf In that condition lu the
hotul. but never mctitloned Davie name,
ind 1 1ml tho tlrxt Information that Thomp
ion received whh from hie wife, wbovltltod,
him and itnve him the facte in Wiihlngton.
When Tbonipii.ii went to Clnolniiattl on
Tueidiy, ha came to her room and de
Diattded all tlin fnct, nml the told tbera.
If tlit wm ill the told Tbompton It on
bti trlil he cnnuitt thow ttiit behad itrong.
er evidence upon which to believe that Da
vit bad taken iiilvnninvo ot Mm. Tbomp
toil 'a Orunkeu condition in wa charged In
courtIt will nlwiivt be felt that the wont
ci-ltne committed In thl mil affair reata
aomo-here between Thompeou amlMIt
Huckner, and not upon tht memory ot poor
DivU, whote Up are aeeled in death. .i
Tho C.rnml Jury now In tetilon . at Har
rotli burg ma obtain lome new light upoe
Ibe eublerc, But no matter what iu action
may be, Tbompton ihould by all mean
court an Indictment nnd the full public In
vetlgtl9B which would teUew.
lieliu, turn Civil ImtN Cetonalealoav
New Yohk, May l.D. B. Katon ba
written to tbe Timet with reference to the
appolutiaeut of Mr. Knlm at chief of the
Civil Service CommUilon. The eubklanc
ot It It that "after much timo bad been
lott iu a trultlet effort to tecure en Ideal
examiner," and "when it became nece
ary to make a choice from among ttioee
who would tervv tor the talary" Mr. helm
"appeared likely to be tue motl uteful of
thote applying for the poalllou." Mr.
Elton lino otated thnt ba made great but
unavifTIng effort tu Induce Col. Burt, Mr.
Graver and the next beat trained men in
New York forCblef Examiner to tik tbe
place, and tbat In telnet In Mr. Kelra DO
Inrtoence of a political character wa felt,
lie further explained that Mr. Keim bad
recommended examination! (not competi
tive) in tbecontiiltr no vice, had urged a
table tenure and promotion, bated on ca
pucitv, tetted by exporlence, and that til
iccounie bad been found tatl'factory. The
Time aay editorially; "We need not re
peat that no one who knoi Mr. Eaton
entertain th iligliteat doubt of bt lin
earity and fidelity In the tervlce of reform:
but the more tht recent let I examined
the more detperately mittaken It appear,
and we can only hope that the reported l
teutloni to withdraw tbe appointment of
Mr. Keliu will be carried out od that In
their aearcb tor hi tticcentor the ooiutnla
loner may be fortunate cuougb to ind
oini ten whoa eelnMion wilt Botexeite
mucb turprlte or couutmpt a thi accom
Otscixxati. May 1. There will be no
dltturbaoo here among cigar makert on
account of the reduction of tbe lav. Thev ,
it ruck tome time go for an addition to
their wage and lueceeded. Bo did Hirer
packer. There remain but a tingle que,
tlon unettled between employe and em
ployer and tbat will not preaent itself till
fall', when ga 1 burned. II eref ore work
men have been required te pay thirty cent
a month for ga oontumed while at work
morning and evening. Strike for n ad
vance hive been made at Newark, Ohio,
and Porumoutb, Ohio. The demand of
workmen at Wheeling, W. Va., Steuben-
rillei. Ohio, and L'rbaua, Ohio, have been
Tbe tr4 Dreinatle Festival.
Cincinnati, May 1 "Jullue Cnsu"
wat glveu lat night before fully lx thou
ind people, John McfJullougb appearing
it Bruttii, Lawrence Barrett a Cattlui.
Jame E. Mnrdock aa Mare Antony and
Louie Jame a tsar. Mit Kate For
irthe, J1U Mary Wnlowrlght and other
member of the Mef 'ullougn and Barrett
oompante were in the cat. The perform-i
ane ,wun a iucct. but did not create
much enthittlaam. Murdock wat ebeered
to the echo. Mr. MeCuliough wu not
feeling well, and did not do btm If ut-,
St. Pact, May 1. Informatloa be
reached department headquarter tbat on
Saturday latt tbe steamer W. J. Beban K?ft
Fort Randall for Standing Uoek. having oa
board one hundred and rirty men, women
and children, Sitting Hull'" band ot
L'neapapa Sioux, and the old warrior be
ing of the prty. They will reach Fort
Yale Friday next unlet the low ttage ot
water in the Mltouri river ihould delay
the boat. Tbey contemplate engaging in
Stanford, Ky.. May 1. Newi be
been received that three ot tbe Smith bro
ther, with Ilaff-y and Yocum on one tide,
mot the three Cain Brother in a drinking,
boute, when a quarrel arote between tho
partien, during which forty thota were ex
changed. Wru. Ciin wm thot through the
bead. Peter and June Cain were enout1y
wounded. Kolrt Smith wa a hot in lb
Coluaar for April.
Wa-H1.vgton. May 1 .The coinage
executed at varlout mint during April wa
f7.911.00O, of wblcb i2,360,UOo wu in
CoLi'MBi'e, O., May 1 . The aale of
teat for the Cotumbut May Muilcal
Fettlval 1 unprecedented, about five bun
dred teat having been -eaerved in three
Lociavii.LK, May 1. Tbe clgtr manu
facturer have acceded to tbe demand ot
The employe. No atrtke will occur here,
Everything I going on a usual except the
increased activity in all manufactorle and
a ruh of good for iblpment. -
Cig-nrette nakera Ntrtke.
Nkw York. ' May I. Seven hundred
cigarette maker (truck for higher wge.
Interesting Proceedings Looked for Soon
Tha Grain Inspection Bill.
SPrUVdriELD, III., May 1 . Tb Cat
St. Loiti grain Inspection bill still Ilea in
tb Home on the order of fecund reading.
Au uffort waa made lant week . to getlt
brought forward on tho calendar, but I hi
failed. Another effort will be made thl
week, when, it 1 reasonably probable, . It
will rvoelve consideration. The bill now
provide that In eotintie having an eleva
tor aud waretmuie capacity of 4,0X1,000
buthrtl and fipwarda, the Board ot Kail
road and Warehoute CommlMlonen mtr
ettablltn tta'e grain Inspection, and the
Governor ahall then appoint an Inipector.
It btt been diecoveren, however, that tbli
wording would barely reach Eatt St. Loul
th Venice elevator, with a capacity of
nuO.fxX) bixhelt, t In Madison enuuty. "An
attempt a 111 be made, therefore, to amend
the bllt o tbat - tbli ele
vator thai) be distinctly Included la lu pro-
v11on, and then an effort will be made to
pat tbe bill. The Inlluenue In it favor li
understood tob itroticer ou'Mde of the
LegUlature than in It. The Peoria tntereit
will fight tbe bill, httoRUta, it It alleged at
tbe preicnt rai4 of Increase, It elevitor
rapacity would loon bring that city wliulu
the limit ot thl bill, und the operator
there do not want that, A niomlneot
member ot the Wareboife Committee ef
. th Houaeuyt be doe uol believe tbe bill
can got throuiTh the Hotioe. "liiit,'' h
iMlded. "If It (too I feel preitv- certain
. tbat it will go tlirotich the Senate'. ' ' i
The artat Lecltlatlve dav of thl etion
will be to-utnrrow, on two xpceliil ordcia-
the one a Hntite appropriation bill for
pnWng the Mreet Ind laying the tlrlewalk
around inn Maie-uoute. and the other, tue
hill to ubmli tb quwilon of completing
me ptate iioutn ana niipropriiiting hki,
tWO therefor to I vote of the people. There
I i wlde-turcnd belief tu the Mute thai Ibe
citizen of Springfield have .n-n guilty of
but faith In their deal I tutt with the itate
in the matter of a bowl funilMied tome
eight year ago blndlnp tbem to tecure to
and make title to tho etato In. four acre o
ground Immediately nljolnlng. . tb
preient ' atare hnuc ' ground ou
tbe outb. .. i Tho requlrvmmitt , of
tbat bond have never been fulllllod, and
the proposition to appropriate money to
complete tb bnildlnff bat been tU men
Hotted to a popular vote (luce and both
time defeated became ot tho irenora v le
lief that bad faith had been practiced, , Tb
merit of Oil trtioillon wilt be full? can
traaaed In tit debate, and teveral uf the b-
jtmmber- of th, ,Houe, are loaded
with tpeecbee. Hon. D. T. Littler, of
thlt cltr. - bit t tbe t bill ' tu chanm.
There It no party dlvtaton on tht, but a not
i una u expected.
Rtzharrla Acquitted -China
London, Mayl.-Iti nnderttood that
en the occaelon ot tbe Aiclil)lhp of Can
lerbury tbe police of that town closely
watcbd the niovetnent of certain Irish
Americau who were acting In a iipicion
manner, and became alarmo'l and iiultlnt'.
town. It 1 believed on of thete men wa
Wllion, one of the dvnamlte conplrator,
In whote eatnt bearing la proceedlmr at the
Bow Street Police Cum.
Londok, May i.A man named Win.
Mitchell wa arraigned in court at LelctMter
thl morning on a charge of liavlng explo
five In hi poettiinu with pprently
n unlawful object. Tbe pollcoinen who
nrreited Mitchell timed mat the prltoner
bad pound of ottro-glvcerine with him at
the time be wat taken into cimtouy. Mit
chell declared the explosive were merely
bleating cartridge., ija wa remanded for
twe week. Fear baw been entertained
In Leloeater for aorue time put regarding
tbe efety ot public buildlngtandtbeT have
bea pedlly guarded.' The man who waa
taken Into custody at Northampton Wi
week oo ausplclon of Max manufaciurer
of nltro-glycerlne to be ued for unlawful
purpoaea, ba given a NalNfuctory account
of hi operation to the autborltie.
DtTBLiN, May 1.-Cab-driver Fitzbarrl,
who wit on trial charged with being one
of th principal in the Phoenix Park mur
der, wu admitted.
No witnee were called by tbe defence.
The evidence igalnn Fiuharrli wm that
given by informer. He wat benide
ldentlilea bv tbe defendant' wltneae.
wboaworetbey aw blm in . tbe park on
May fl. Mclnerney opened the argument
for the defeme. He dwelt on the fact
tbat tbe accuaatlon tbat the prttoner wa tu
the park witb toe kuovvledge of the errand
of Ute murderen retted ou the evidem-e of
an informer - alone. He particularly
pointed out tbat, although Peter
Carey -. wore tbe pritouer had
recounted tbe clroumatanee of tbe
murder to him, bit narrative uf tbe -inatlon
had differed much from ateertalned
facte, lie doted w-lth a
to the jury to rettore a poor man to hi
tarvlng family with a good name, which
WMbieeole poMeulnn. Tnc Judge In
charging tbe fury pointed out that no evi
dence bad been adduced to thow tbat - tbe
ptiaoner waa aware f the plot agalrutt
Burke before May 5th. Earlier meeting
which he attended, the Jude ald, were
beld to plot against tbe life ot ex-secretary
rortier, ana mereiore nau no con
nection with the preent charge. The fact
WM.oleer that Flu bur rU wa lu the park
when the murder ot:curred. but if thejury
doubted be wa guilty of a knowledge : of
tbe muitlon of the men be drove, they were
bound to aojult ;lm. After tbe verdict
bad beeu rendered Fitzharrit wa
taken back to jail to await the trial on tbe
Charge of confcpirucy to murder, the penal
ty for which offence la ten year of penal
Bebltn, May 1. Tbe Norddeutsche
2ltung, coininenllng"on an interview with
Sargent, tbe American minister, published
In lie Boersen Courier, in which Sargent
denied that he had written any at tide to
th New York Handed' Zeltungou the
ub)ert of American pork, ay: "'The
beat answer to Sargent' Matemonta therein
' la rtmply to reproduce the article which
appeared in Handel' Zeliung with Sar
gent' ilgnature attached. Sargent ihould
explain now bit ilgnature appeared with
out bit protect or tubteouent explana
LONBON, May 1. A telegram from Po
kin rute that an envoy from the King of
Annam has arrived there to get tbe consent
of tbe Chinese (toverumont to the opening
of tbe Red River to foreign trade and to in
duce C'blna to afford tuch diplomatic aud
material assistance may bo necessary.
The Emperor ba ordered Li Chung Chang
to return to hit post lu order to effect tbe
request of tbe King of Annam .
8oru, May I. A document which urge
a speedy rielug agalntt the oppressors ot
Rula l being circulated throughout Bui
garta. Jay Ooald.
St. Lons, May 1. Jay Gould 1 here.
He declure tbat the new amalgamation of
railroads the coupling of the Wabaah witb
the Mlsnun Paclllc, ytem w'll not In
anv wav damage thu cottou trade of our
city. . iU y to the representative Of the
cotton btislni"s hero: ".My Interest
are In ill. Louis; what Is your In
terest It mine; tbat which Injure Ht. I.ouls
injure me." No man living has it in bla
power to do o much for our city. So far
Mr. Gould hat handled bl great line ot
transportation In hiicIi a wav a to bring u
, most aubitantlal benefit. Let ua hope for
a continuance of tbe tame.
When tbe party arrived Monday, Mr.
Gould wa served with a aubpamB to ap-
Ptar before Notary Hacli'alupo In Lawyer
rank J. Bowman's niRce. Mr. Oould'i
deposition was wanted In the suit of Nelson
et al. against the Missouri Paul fie Railroad
Company for if80,i"i alleged to be due th
Boonvlll branch railway. The petition al
to uks for a receiver for tb
Mluouri Paeltli! Railroad. Mr. Gould wu
disagreeably nrpiied, but be did not let
hi innovanc Interfere with bli enjovment
of the banquet tendered hlin in tbe South
ern Hotel in the evening. This morning
bt disposition wa taken in the office of
Vice-President Hart, of the Mlasouri
Pacific. Mr. Gould ami partv w.jrtt out of
ftl, Louis nt noon In the special director'
car of the Missouri Pacific Railroad for
trip over the Iron Mountain road.
WaaHrNflTON, Mav 1. Gen. A. A.
Humphrey, Gen. Horatio O. Wright ind
Major John M. Carson, representing the
rnelety of tb Army of the Potomae, called
ou tba President and luvltod him to take
part In the annual reunion of the society to
f beld In Washington nu the 10th Inst.
Tbe. Invitation was accepted. Several
member of the Cabinet also signify their
intention Xo- be present. The reduction
made tn railroad rate by the Trunk line
from all poluU, ind tho acceptance of Invl
tation by most of the dlttlng-ulshed irineers
ef the Army of the Potomac indicate that
tbe attendance at the coming reunion will
exceed that uanal on such occasion.
appeeed Mnrder. .
Chioaoo, May 1. -Tho charred remilni
of tn unknown dead muu were found this
morning In a detached box enr loaded with
lumber on th ildo track at Rldgulond, a
mburb of thi city. There was a strike
among men emnloved on the diunmr road
to th vlllate Monday, and tbe police ad
vance tht theory of murder and the firing
of tbe ear to conceal the crime.
' Manataelurcrsi ( lose.
Ltnchbuko, Va., Mav, 1. Tha cigar
manufacturer all closed In consequence of
tb ttrik otctgar-maker. Tbe iucreasud
echedue ot prloci suhmltted to manufac
turer wuopted, but tbe litltcr' resent
tfa attempt of tba Clgar-umkeiV Union to
regulate the employment of apprentice. ,
", ThMf!) MnlM Rnraed.
, TasooCitt, Mi., May i.r-An tnoif
diary dutroyed the tahles on J. He
Weolfolk' Potosl plantation tut ulght.
Tklrt'ar aaulu wer burned to death.
bio aaui or araur.
Richmond, Va., May 1. Tb Collector
f Internal Revenue for tbli dUtrlot lnued
loo midnight lat night tamp under tbe
new law for nearlv !i,UO,0)JU pound of man
ufactured tobacco,- 4,uO0,0tK) elgaraettea
nd 1,000,000 cigar. Tbe tax aggregated,
tn round number. $106,000.
LtmChbuiui, Y., May 1. There I th
freatesl movement In manufactured to
wco ber to-day ever recorded lu the
history of the cltv. ' .Nenrly $60,000 In
tamp were lttued and thlrtv-tlx car-load
of tobacco, aggregating about oOO.OAl
pound, w lure ihiuped to various point,
one firm thlpped 120,000 pound. But
for the damaging strike of operative the
ablpmeui tiom tbla point would exceed
J.OOH.ntjo pound. , , ,
Ur Boat Trial.
Washinoto.v, May 1. BU' argument
in the Star Koute trial turned upon por
tion connected with varlout route, and
Miner wat made the object of a particularly
bitter attack. lie (bowed that two route
bad been Increased and expedited at great
exptnte by Brady aolely upon the recora
meudatlon of Dillon and Billing, railroad
pretldeutt, yet Brady pretended be wa
lighting railroads In the. interett of Star
,Eoute. Doney bad procured railroad
patte from thotr gentleman for hi agent
, and It wu a clear cue of "cratch my back
aud I'll tickle your elbow." ,
Miners Quit Work.
PiTTsnCRO, May 1. Report from the
railroad coal mine are meaner, but enough
have been received to indicate tbat a gene-
' rul atrtke wu Inaugurated against the re
duction of a half ocnt per. bubl In the
price of mining. On the Panhandle Rail
road only four out of twenty-two pit are
: reported to be at work, aud on tbe Peon
ylvanta Railroad tbe miner are Idle. On
the B. A O. and P. V. & C. about bait are
out. Oo or two flrmt are reported to hive
acceded to tbe miner' term.
Washington, My 1. Tbe debt tate
roent i lttued to-dav abowi a decreet uf
the public debt during April of $2, Ml, 402.
Caxh in the Treatvtrv, 317,1.'W,W1; gold
, certificate. $Sl,43,7iO; ilver ctlflcate,
$. 1 .sal ; certlflcute of deposit out
ttanding, fl0,106.fxjj refunding certltleate
' f3W,f,V); legal tender outitindtng. U,
riM.OlO; fractional currency outstanding,
$"7,Oos.tt73. Total reduction In ten mouth
of tb fiscal year, 114,rJJ4,M&. : . ;
Jkffbrson City, Mo., -May 1. Gov.
Crittenden ind the auditor odd nod another
communication thl morning over the for
mer' a'wount. Tbe Governor made a
requisition yesterday for $22 aud over for
subscription due on the Sed:il1a Democrat,
and the Auditor refined to laue a warrant
therefore. Interesting development art
A Mad Fate.
Clevbund, May 1. Mary Moflraw,
aged twenty-three, beautiful but poor.tofik
amenlc Thursday and died tlilt morning.
She wal the young mother of an Ille
gitimate child whoso father belong to a
respectable famllr. Au iuvesti.'atlou It on
A Fountain Explode.
Syhacvbk, '. Y., May 1. A ol wa
ter fouutaln exploded here to-day, fatally
lujunug one man and tcriously injuring
A 840,000 Fire.
Waxaiiatchib, Texae, May i.A fir
Sunday night In tul city destroyed live
buildings, including a grain elevator. Loit
$40,000; insurance, ti,5O0. incendiarism
MitwaI'KKK, May 1. Marhfleld, a
mall lumbering town ou tbe Wisconsin
Central Road, wa l-ll"dby a conflagra
tion this morning. Nine house were
burned, with a lot of fT.OOO, and fifteen
families rendered homeless.
Pittbbcro, May 1. The plaaterera alt
quit work this morning because of a refu
sal of tbe masters to pay an advauoa of M
oeuu per day.
MAY 1. 1883.
HOOS-8low and weak: kSlO tower;
light $7(37 46; mixed packing 7 0(H37So;
heavyjpacklng and shipping y, !5Ve)7 75.
CAYrLK Quiet and easier; export
$6 S5(3o 60S good to clioce shipping
6 tWraU 10: common to fair $'1 20S 70;
butcher fobWao; Hooker and feeder
CATTLE Good to heav? native teer
to MM 30; light to fair 4 06; com
mon to medium native steers $4 OOfsr
B 00; fair to good Colorado tJfJM SO; south
west ' $)73f3s; oorn-fed Texan $4 7or
0 W; common to good itocker H 40fW 65;
fair to good feeder ft 75f8 75j oommon
to choice native cows and beirer io 90
(iH !W; ecallawag ot any kind $kS8 60.
HOGS Demand bettor, but light grade
lower. Light to good Yorker 7 209
7 35; Baltimore weights $7 )f7 40; heavy
alilppers and butcher 47 .W7 50; extra
$7 6"r27 'v; skips and cull $r 75.
SlIK.KP-Good fat sheared Wtt; com
moit do dull at 85.
WHEAT May $1 12Xb.; June $1 15 ;
Julv 1 16KSfc; August 114H; Sep
wm'ber $1 14;lvearfl 10W.
COKN-Mav e.W;June 67 f3 S ; July
5U Si ; Auguct 6P'; year hi. .
OATS May 4,1 Hj June 42 W; July 42 H ;
WHEAT May $122; Juntli4S;
Julv $1 2.
C'ORN-May87K; JunedeV: July6SV.
OATSMey 4DW b.; June 48 V b.; July
WHHT-Mv $1 13 V: June $1 IB Si;
Julv 114V; August $1 13V; September
fl lit; yer$lll,, .
CRN May 52V; June MV;July
oaVl Augitst VlViAiiutiat year 47V.
OATS May 42V June 43V; July 40V,
vo ir 32 b. '
Ceuulry Prodnce, Ele,
BUTTER Mai kct nearly bare of choice
freth stock, with a firm feeling, but quot
able no higher. All else quiet and un
changed. , Creamery 20to3O for choice and
fancy; eeond M27. Choice to fancy
dairy 33o220; fair to good UtoKJ; common
EOOS Lower but quiet, at 13 V .'
LIVK POULTRY Quiet i no change In
price. Chickens-Cocks, at $3 2b(S8 60;
mixed, W 7.VM; bens, H 2M1 60s priug
chicken according to size. Turkey
0f8l4; duck at $Vo3 60.
LEAD Lower. Hale, refined at (116.
1 UVKBPOOL. .... . 1
. Country market dolt. Wheat not mucb
doing; No. 3 spring 0 2d ; No. 8 spring 8
8d; Western wlntoi Us; mixed Western
corn quint at 6 7d Demand from United
Kingdom ind Continent moderate for wheat
ana ooru. ;:
6lmota!'ituptrt, t well' WbWn ' farmer of
Fort Wayne, Ind., wu lustanlly killed on
Monday afternoon by a premature dyna
mite explosion while preparing to blast
atumpa on hi farm. JIu body wu literal;
torn to pleos.
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