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C hronl Dlar.
Imparity stf th
Illood, fever and
' aud all Disease
"m cansed by Ie.
ranrement o( Liver, Bowel tod Kidney,
ITMPTOMS ?e A DlSEAMCtv UTKR,
Bad Breath : Pmta hi tlx bide tntmtimtt tlx '
pain it fen oedor th Shottluer-blalc, mittakea for
Rheumatism; general tat of appetite; Bowel
K Derail costive, euatttioKt alternating with las;
e head fat troubled with paia, rt dull and heavy,
ith considerable lata of memory, acenmpaoka
with a painful Mitaatton of leaving undone tomethtne
which ought to have hera done; a tltght, dry cooed
and II u tied tot it sometime an iiim lant, ofsca
mistaken for consumption; the patitirt complaint
of weariness and debility ; nervous, easily ttartlad;
bel cold or burning, v.metimct a prickly tentatioa
of the akin eiiut; pme are luw and deapondent,
and, although tatitfiul tlial excreta, would be hen.
ncial, yet one out hardly tuminoa up eirtttwte
try It ta (act, distrusts every remedy. Several '
of the above aytapuunt attend the disease. ut case ,
hare occurred alien but few rf them earid, yet
examination after death hat ahow We Liver to
have been cattaarveJy deranged.
I ahonld ba used by all persons, old aa
Twang, whvnever-aiiy of lb afeov
... ., . , eywptoin appear. & .
Paraona TrarwHac ee IJMmm tat "Paw''1
kaaJtby Localities, by taking a duvi oeranoo.
ally to keep the I jver in healthy allien, will avoid
aB Malaria, Ulliout attack a, Ui
eta, ftrowtincaa. Depression if Spirm, etc. It
will Invigorate like a (law of vine, hut Is no la
toil eating beverage.
If Tou have eaten anything hard et
digestion, or fact heavy after meaii, or sleep
les at night, take a dot and you will be relieved-
Time and Doctors' Bill will ha saved
by alwaya keeping the Regulator
la the House!
For, whatever the ailment mav be, a thavoaghly
safe purgative, alterative and toale caa
never be out of place. 1 he remedy ii harmless
and doea not Interfere with business or
IT IS rTRELY VFC.ETAm.15,
And hat all live power and efficacy of alomd or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after cSecu.
A Governor's Testimony. -
Stmmout Liver Regulator hat been in use in my
(amilv-tor vrse time, and I am satisfied it it a
valuable addition to the medical trienje.
J. GiLt SHoaraM, Governor of Ala.
tloa. Alexander H. Stephens nf Ce.,
aayt: Have derived tome Unrtu I rum the ate of
Summon Ijver Regulator, and with to give it a
" The only Thing that never fells to
Relieve." I have uted many remedies (or Dys
pepsia, Liver Affection and lJehility, but never
have found anything to bent-fit me to the extent
Summon Liver Regulator has. 1 sent from Min
nesota to Georgia frr it, and would tend farther (be
tech a medicine, and would advw ail ho are tim
tlariy affected to give it a trial it u tejemt the only
thing tlutt never Uili to relict e
P M Khr, MiniMapolit, Minn.
Dr. T. W. 31asn axtai Front actual e
perience in the use of Sinim n jr R'gulator ia
my practice I have been and am utiaftcd to tat
sad prescribe it at a purgative medicine.
ttaJTTake only the Genuine, which ilwsyr
hat on the Wrapper the red 7. Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. II. ZKILIN A CO.
FOR SAI.F. BV ALL I)RUCC1STS
KOKGE 11. LKACII, M. p.
IMiVMoian rni sSuryceon.
Hpcc'tl ttteutlon paid to the (omconifclc treat
ni'Lt of anrjieal dlsnaaea, and disease of women
tijUce: On Uth strwM, 0ipva(ta tha fm! 0,
)U. J. E. STRON'O.
128 Cominerri&l Ave., Cairo, III.
VAI'OK. BLECTKOVAPOR tn JlKDlCArKD
BAT 1 18
A lail r In attendance.
U. W. 0. JOCKLTN.
ijrnCI C'fhtk Street, near Comnarrla! Avsr.su
R. E W. WDITLOCK,
Omca No. US Commerc1.! Avenae, bjtwcaa
Kel ''incd Nlutb rret
JJKW YOKK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND HETA I L.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EK te CO..
Oor.Nlnetwsnthitraetl ("lairO. IU.
Oontmarclal Avenue f VlAWf
lMefViTecB0arer'l CJairo, Illinois.
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
a fall Hoe of H the latest, newest colors
and quality, and bent manufacture.
OAKPKT DKPAUTMBN 1'.
Body Brataelt, Tapestrlei, Ingiami, Otl
Clotht, , Ac.
in and Gents' Fumishl
Thii Department occaplsi a fall floor and
la comolete to all reipeets, Uoodt ars
gaaranteod ot later-t syle and beat ma
larial. Bottom Prices and First-class Goods!
lag. a. tatTH.
SMITH BROS' -
Grand Central Store.
mi? i?Ti'ir a
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m inn rri riTjitri ihtttti c rv a i? ir rx-m. ....... '
tAT HOME AND ABROAD.
tenced to Hang.
Park Question Again-Dark
Deeds of s New York
LOKDOif.May 2. The amount of bullion
tone liilo lite Dank of n;latirl on balance
Dt ni.i.v. 31 a v 2, Patrick Pttlaarv atxl
Thos. Caff rr-y. two more of the tuen charged
with partlflpntlon lu the murdem of Caven
dlah and Burke, were arraigned fur trial
this tnorninv. Thay createtl a aensatlon lu
the court-mom hy pleading (rullty to the
charee against them. Both w t aentanced
to bulhanped thi-.June2l.
Before Cuffrey had pleaded guilty he was
Informed bv bis solicitor that the Crown
(?ave 10 hopes of a mitigation of the sen
tence of death which would be pocd upon
When Deluney waa called upoo to plead,
"I am pillty of belnir in the park at the
time Cavendish and Burke were killed, but
I did not commit ar.y murder. I plead
The ud;e explained to him that thii real
ly aninutiird to a plea of innocence. Do
laner thea formally pleaded ttullty. He
"1 waa brought into thii flnt foolishly,
not knowing what It wai. 1 waa forced
from ray work to go to the park. W, had
to obey the order of the aocletr or take
the enneequencct. When I got hit the
Sark 1 could not tret away. I law the mur
era committed, but took no part in them.
I went to the park on Kavanatib'! car.
He speaka the truth) ao doea Carey. The
munleik were committed by Joe Brady
and Timothy Kelly and br nobody else.
I aaved Judjie Lawion'i life at the' risk of
my own, I was wut on to iboot him bv
Miillctt and Brady. The only war
to recitpe my tnak was by railing the 'ruartfa
attention." Judice O'Brien In pawing
enti niv on Delany said he had a dutv t'i
perform. lie had at a previoua trial of the
prisoner, for attrmptintc to iboot JutlR
Lawton, rdtltd blm, becauia be iboweil
aonie fie'fni: for bia
W1FK .VD FAMILT.
Tbo prisoner would fee to what mieery
they had beeu brought by the wicked ayt
teni of conspiracy. When Caffrey wat
pluced In the dock bla face wute a' tralle.
The cuimequcnce of pleading guilty was
nain fully explained to him In .open court,
hut he persihifd In hit plea. On being
iked Mli-iherhe bad anything to lay why
en t,-nee tbotild not be passed upon him.
Caffrey replied in a loud, clear voice, "All
I have got to tuv, standing on tha blink ot
rn gritte. la I did not know what was go
inz tn hapiivn ttntil twenty minutei be
(rf the murder were committed. I
bound to go U the park tinder pain of
I he Judire In pacing sentence laid there
w"re no meant of Judging of the truth of
tlir prboner 'i statement. He did cot
deride that It wai necemarlly wholly un
true. GRAND JlUX.
The grand Jury has Iten aummoneu to
meet to-morrow 'to find bills againtt the
men who are charged with coniplracy to
Cork, Mav 2. A prominent member of
the Rationalist party named Murphy hat
been remanded for trial for refuting to tes
tify at a private Inquiry.
LoNDOK, May 2. The Timea publlibei
aipecial from Berlin, which undertake to
explain the misunderstanding or mlirepre'
sentatlou ou the part of the North German
Gazette in respect to the republication in a
New York paper of MtnUter Sargent'l re
port to Secretary FrelliiKhnysen upon the
Pork auettlou. The point of the apeclal
correapondent'a explanatlou la that what
waa publliihed Monday by the North Ger
man Gazette waa in reality th report of
Sargent to the State Department. It waa
printed tn order to abow that th North
German Gazette's late peraonal attack,
w hich Sargent would be Justly entitled to
consider a prom infringement of the news
paper upon his ptivllea ai a foreign ambai
eauor, waa tmd upon an Incorrect trans
lation bv the New otk Handela-Zeitungof
SargenOi report. The North German
Gazette, in reproducing the report, pre
faces It liy a paragraph which the Timed
correspondent characterize! aa a weak and
transparent attempt upon tha part ot the
management to excute tbla unwarrantable
attack. Tbli I the only excuie vouch
safed by the Berlin paper, and it li tha
?:oncral opinion here that while the apology
bumble mnugb It must b regarded,
ncverthelcaa, aa entirely Inadequate,
line It convlcta the North German Ga
zette ot gron mlerepreientatlon of tha
AMftTKRDAM, May 5. The King openad
t'..e I'nlverta) Kxhlbition here Tuetday.
The American department la not yet com
plete. THE DRAMATIC FESTIVAL
An Unfavorable Criticism-Good Perform
ances but Little Satisfaction,
New Y":k. Mav 'J. In a dlapatch to ths
Tl buiiH aim it tlio t 'lnclnnatl feMtvnl, Will
Winter It did not requlr two pcr
foi miinct' to ileiiioiidtrate lliat tho Music
Hull is uiMiitiililo for dramatic rupresentA
tlons. Imultie "The lluuchback"
a li d at one end of the M.iiliaou Square
G il don liefore itn autllence of
6,ih pernons at the other end,
and you lime. Mibtitntlallr the Idea of
vvhitt'la tho prniriw to-night. Wlthipy-nhi-tca
'ind car-truinpeis this sort of enter
tilnnienl miubt lc tliormigMy entertain
inc. irmliT th" Hi diiiiidaiice which act
rally exist It ttflunU but a fearful Joy, for
soniettiues ynu are nfntld that ytm won't
bear, uud aometiini-s that you will. If a
drama with it lmi!i spectacle, this would
bn an excellent place, but It happens that
the art ot net lug la dependent on facial x
predion and lituguiig. Tony Lumpkin'
remarks are not without aptnraa
that tho inaldo of a letter la tha
cream of the correspondence, Tbo
Cincinnati prraentntlon of ".fuUtis Carsar"
and of "The Hunchback," If made on
well-proportioned atnge In a theater of
moderate size, mid dhrstad of superfluous
accenlon would be delightful. As It Is.
the onientT who keep" his lenaes amid all
(hit racket and turmoil la lucky. The re
sult Is Hint while recognizing the pnbllo
atiirlt and aulendltl exertlnna of III con
cerned in the festival, we must regrat that
I bene foroea have itot been governed and
applied lit a more appropriate
manner. Though the receipts ineuld
be tortv minions, mat wouta not aiur to
BigMM It nattrue i tscase.
ijAiw. mmmiiP,- AiiunoLiai MUKlNJINH, 31 AY 3. 1883.
Satietta; lamoewut Utrl a atatlaa.
Boston. May I. Got. Butlm'i tlaan
iweepln Lruom baa stirred up tha rilanese
of a dark corner, for which even the trana
endeutuliata have no descriptive ivnonym.
ladm Walcott, who styles lisnnlf a med
ium mid olalrvoyant, bas been held in
Mi IioikU to anawer alx charges of abuuo
tion and of keeplug a house of ill-fame,
felx ('h(l-glrla.agvd from fourteen to six
twin, trMlnml that she hau enticed them
from K"od home for vile puruoae. bhe
compelled them to attend varlotui ichooli
through the day to Influence other girls to
visit their tlenj Once In ber power, th
thresti of exposure, whether or not ths
girls had surrendered their virtue, were
too much for them, and the axuranoe that
no public dltitrnce need come of it. coupled
with the promise of pocket, money, for re
finery, wrought their ruin. Thin had been
f;olng on fur aeven tnontbi, the girli err
ng ber den every few any after
school hours and muring to their home
aimut 0 o'clock In the evening on the ex
cuao of being with friend. The devolp
menu hive mined such indignation that
the niadmn's botis I threatened with d1
truuilon. T.ie unfortunate klrls jiarcnti
have detective on the trail ul ths men con
earned, and they will be proseottted for the
crime of despoiling1 Inrrocence, T he cai
promises to ecilp even toe Tewksbury
Tb Laka llhewa BaJlroaL
CXlrtTfijtDUrT-sIay i. At the
teentn antuial meeUna; of tbn itot:k-notdnr
of the LakT Shore lUilroad to-day. dlrec
tor were dueled, viz. : Win. II. Vender
hilt, Cnrncllua Vanderbllt, W. K. Vander
bilt, Augustus Suhull, Samuel I'. Bayer,
Jno. K. lieverlll, I)arlu O. Millx. Rdward
D. Woreeater, of New York, John N swell,
of Cleveland: WIIIUui L. Merit and
Cbarles M. Keed. of Erie; Hozelln
Brattn, of Warren; J. H.
Wade, of Cleveland, President Van
derbllt'a report show tbn total earning!
tU.'.'i'i.CXi, Increase t'iW.OOO; net earnlnv
$7,Hji,iju, Increaao aeven per cent; divi
dend paid eight pur cent, operating ex
peutct sixty and a half per cent, a decrees
of two per cent. The first mortguice debt
la reduced fciW.UOO. leaving It 000,000;
the second mortgage debt increaaed from
14.ivVi,0iaj to tfl, 102,000 by exchange of
M,S2T,0iai; aecond mortgage bonds for
l-fi,5"0 shareH prolcrred and 124, V shares
coiiiiiKin feUx k ot Nickel Plate, a controlling
interest . TliU Involve an incrae of $t.rHJ,
euo In tbe annual fixed cbargee. Total
funded dobt H.IW.OOO) Increase $),27T.
00i. 'I'be directors met and re-elected the
officer of lat year.
A Mayor Bnlddee,
ViNi-ESXES, Ind., Mav 2. Tbe report
that ex-Mayor W. B. Sari(,'ht had
committee liitctde Interrupted cltizent at
their brcakfavt table this moniing, and
In a little time the street front of hie bouse
was throned with anxious frlenda.
Ind'iori the bereaved family were awaiting
the coroner, and the dead body of Mr.
fcearigbt, with a pistol wound through the
btad and one Dear the heart, lay
on tho bed. He had arisen
early, and going out Into tbe yard
at 6 o'clock Joked about Tuesday ' munic
ipal election with a neighbor, who Is also
an early riser, Mr. Searlght, tvbo waa a
Republican, had been Mayor for tbe past
aix attcceaslvo vean, but the sweeping
Democratic victory did nut aeem to disturb
him. At least be made no complaint about
his own defeat. Thii la the only cause,
however, that ran be given for this act.
Ill account have been found perfectly
straight. He did not owe a cent to the
city. Political differences ar lguored
to-day in the sorrow oocaaloued by bis
PiTTSBi RO, May 3. Complete report
from the lal.roaU coal district, lu which a
strike aa inaugurated Tuesday, state Uaat
all the miners have Joined tbe strike egalnel
the reduction lav those employed by W.
P. Bend k Co.. and tbe Cherry Hill Coal
Co. A delegation of attikers beaded by
martial bands surrounded these pit this
afternoon and remained until the men at
work Joined the strike. Operator are pre
partus to heve the atrlker kept off their
property, but no violence ii anticipated.
There' i nocbauge in the statin of ta
rlk-;,t" maker' and plaiterers' strikes.
Throat Cat and RobbexL
Baltimohk, May 2. Mondav night
about 10 o'clock, while Mlia Anna Traverse
wit going from the house of ber alater to
her own home, three blocks dlitant, la tha
northwestern section of tbe city, she wat
astaulted by two colored men, who felled
her with a atone and then cut her throat
and robbed her of a few dollars. 6h was
found early Tuetdar on tha vacant lot
where she waa assaulted and removed to
her home, bhe la the daughter of the lata
Wm. K. Traverse, who aeveral times reo-
reicnted Dorchester county In tbe General
Assembly. She Is not expected to survive
WAat50TO Mav 2. Vloe-Admlral
Kowman ha atked to ba relieved from his
duties aa superintendent of tbe Naval Ob
servatory, and Secretary Chandler ba ap
pointed Commodore Skufeldt to succeed
htm. Commodore obufeldt will, on tha
tith of tbla mouth, be promoted to Hear
Admiral, a ou that date Uvar-Admiral E.
K. Calhotm will be placed upon tbe retited
litt. It bad been decided to give bbufeldt
command of Mars Iilaud Navy Yard, but
aome otber officer will be seut to that
Twa tilrla Burnext to Death-
MilwaVKEk. May 2. A Bailey's Har
bor, Wis., dispatch aavi that fire tbla
morning destroyed Wm. J;tckon's resi
dence, and his daughters, Olive snd
Bert Ira, seven and twelve rear of age,
wero burned to death while up talrs
where tbe tire Marted. A blacksmith (hop
belonging to J. Wohleman wm also de
stroyed. Lou on both buildings $1.0uO;
do Insurance on either.
A Dnel In Rcw Orleema,
ClitCACio, May A Dally Newa (Netr
Orleans) tmx-lal aava: John O 'Callahan
challengi-d U brotlierdn-litw, Michael'
Nealens, to it pUtol duel, owing to an il
leged slandrr tittered by Neitleni ngaltf't
the former's family. They met lat
night on Decatur street and fired at
fifteen pjcei. Neuleun waa wounded and
sent to the hoipital, and both are under
Tha Insane Inreiidiary.
Ean'Bas Cuv, Mo., Mav 2,-Ao Atchi
son special tavt Urn .1. H II. on, the young
girl coiillnetl in Jail for aid'mptlng to et
tli-f to seteral hulldltiii. la now a ravin.,
mttnlac, und as the Mlauurt authorltle
liave not been hfard from "he will tnon be
Ini'itrceraterl lu tbn Kanmit In-atie A-t-I
neitth ol Another Vlrlltn.
Aaiti AMt, Pu., Miiy 2, t harles Tyler,
tine of the men Injured bv the explosion a!
the Kevstout Illctv Momlnv dletl list
night. Tyler l the fourth vltilltii of the
explosion. He lettxes a wile aud six chil
dren lu poor clrmiiiistauce,
Paw Paw, Mich., May 1. -Mr. Mary
Jones started,. Ial evening, to w4k t Cal
ifornia. She will lecture wt Miitr, tier
skirt are very ahoitjMit slut Is armed with
a hickory cane.
A S'aetorf Hnrnetl.
ATUNTA, Ot., May 2. -Th building
occupied by Jno. I, Htocker a
furniture factory, and Green A Holland as
a corn ililll, burned this morning, lv
OA1.VRe.Tnn, Mar I. A Dallas Newa
special saya i Fh Texas Truuk lload and
appurti'tiaueaa wan sola to-uy tor
lj a Well-Known Man for the Eitrinje
ment of hit Wife's Affections.
New York, May 1.-E11 John son. th
UrapeTanee leoturer and agitator, has be
(un aaultlnths Brooklyn Supreme Court
aralnat llenry A. Hia-ley, a grain and pro
vision broker at 108 Broad street, for
alteuatlng th affection of bla wife. Marv '
C. Johnson, and for the great t'.lstrass o'f
body and mind which bn hat suffered In
sentience. Damags are laid atflflO..
WW. Th summons and complaint were
lervtdon Mr. Illglev a oon a he ap
peared on th floor of the Produce Ex
chaug, of which he U a member. Mis.
Johnson ba been almost as well known aa
ber huibaud In ber devotion to lb causn of
temperance. 8he was the recognized lead
er of the Womon's Christian Temperance
Union for Christian work, of which for nine
years she was th president. For several
years . she" has seldom been mined
from temparanoe gathering
in Brooklyn. Mr. Johnson
a'legea In hi enmptilnt that In th tnomha
of February. March. April, Mav, June,
July, Attruit, September. October, No
vember end December, 1883, end In Jan
7, jrebruarv Marnh and April of the.
pre ntyear, Mr. Wi-lcy wtckedlv. wtlful-,
ly and mallrtoiiMlv maintained improperly1
with MaryC. Johnson, the plaintiff's wife',
and that therebv th affection of bis wife
waa alienated and destrovud. Mr. John
son left the country In Kehrtmrv. lfW2, to
make a tour as a te.mperaner: orator la .
Australia and did not return until l.t-t
March. Mr. Hlgley's Impropriety with his '
wife, ho stys. extended over the entire
period of his sba nee.
Mr. Higley's first meellnirs with Mr.
Johnson were In the parlor the Rem.,rn
House, but afterward it humid he wu re
ceived in ber apartments, where he would
remain four or five hours at a tinu. It l
said that he bad a latch key and
that be came and went like a reirtil.ir
boarder. Mr. Johnson returned to Brook
Ivu on March 12, and Joined hi. wife at the
ftemeen House. It is allegud that for three
day before bis arrivid Mr. Higley's visit
The last interview between husband and
wife took place on Saturday morning.
When Mr. Jobueon on entering- the room
in wnlch she wui seitted with a Indv friend
he advanoed toward ber and tried tn kiss
ber, but she turned icorufuliy away, where
upon he hurried from the bouse. "From
that Instant," said Mr. Johnson, "I have
only thought of punishing th man who h.ts
wronged me. It was as much aa life waa
worth, when I looked back on so many
rears of married life, how I bad cared for'
this woman and bruiubt her round from
almost her dea'h-bd to robust health.
But when she turned sway and refinsd to
kla me all my affections vanUued. I will
now devote my life to expose the
PEHFIDY Of TlliawOMAX.
Although a Christian iiihu. I will not any
longer spare tbe man who trie to block me
In proving the truth of ray charges. "
St. Lous, May 2. A visit to everal
tobacco factories" showed a remarkable
stlllD.es In conipuilsoii with Tuesday.
Every man In these placet bad been on toe
alert from Monday at midnight until late
last night, and a a result, tbnre were sev
eral of them at home seeking sleep.
Mr. Hiram 8. Liggett, who managed th
rush at I.lga-ett & Myers' . went homo artv
to get Mini lep, aa he bad not taken off
bla clothe since the rebate law went Into
effect at roldnWhl Monday.
Th aame was truo at all other place.
Liajrett V Myers shipped out ot th cliy
altogether overfViO.oN) poanda of tobacco.
Butler 4 C., Drummoud. Tepcr, Mc
Cahe, Catlin and other were working in
th tame proportion, and at leant l.&"e,U"0
pound left town during the ruah.
Prlvat telegrams received here showed
that the Lluget k Myers special train over
tb Vandall readied Indianapolis at 8: 31
this morning. Th-i C. H. A J train
carrying tobacco reached Cbiougo at (J a.
m., which Indieatet that tbe time was the
faatest ou record. Tho ipeclal tobacco csr
which went out on tbn (), Jb M. got to
Cincinnati at 7 a. m. The Vandal! special
reached the same city st 3 p. in., and Im
mediately began delivering tobacco there,
Th big' California and Colorado train
leaves to-morrow morning.
Tha May Crop Beport.
WAmGTON. May 2. Th monthly
crop report for May will be Issued by the
Department of Agriculture at theuMinl
time, late In the afternoon of the 10th lnt.
The reports from the department eorre
apondents throuahout the country are uni
formly mailed on the first dayofoach
month. Many of tbem are not received un
til the very' day nn which the final totals and
deduction ar figured out. Consequently
all assertions a to what the forthcoming
report will show are apeculatlve and con
jectural. Tbe department aiatlelan hlmtelf
remarked that no knowledge short ofom
niacince U iiiihclcut tn warrant pos
itive prediction nf the result found
in the compilation of the hundred Indi
vidual report to tbe department In ad
vance ofoiheir completed receipt for exam
loatlon. Dynamiter Outwitted.
PRtnoiT, Mty 2. -The IUiv. Dr. Cbas.
Rclllv. the newly-elected treasurer of th
Irish' Leaue. say that the. only reason the
Roaia faction was tolerated by tho conven
tion was to ahow the Ititflgnlflcance of the
elomtnf which favora extreme miaaures
a compared with the great body of Ir1h
m n. If the frit nds of dvnsmlto and gun
txittder had been excluded they would
bare mado a groat fu about It and assert
ed everywhere that thry were kept out be
cause the convention feared they would l
in Ua majority.
WASlilHOToy.May 2 An effort Isbeltti?
made to have l'ailucah.Ky., ro-etlabllshcij
at a part of delivery ,
The President to-day appointed the fol
lowing postnitiaters: ( harlci L. Howe,
(itviiniiah, HI, ; George Little, Plum Creek,
Wasmikoton, May 2. At the special
the nieiubem were
present except urrv.p r. rim civil service
(ntnmUsloii retftibditms were agreed to
without subttaneini cbitugu.
attar Horn 1'rlai.
WeHiNOTN, Mhv 2 lllls continued
his argument In Hie rtnr Koutetrlul to-d.iy,
dwelling at great hmgih upon tbe tt il
mony re In ling to aflldiivlts,
WASHrNoioN, Mt 2.J-I'relilnt Ar
thur baa made a proclitiuallon of a tun-
fleuientary extrnd, lion trcatv between the
'nlted States and Hpsln.
WAaiiiNtnov, Mav 4. IK'v. John W.
Dliimnore, of Illinois', and Gmi. McDowell
re anion; those appointed M the Naval
Half the business portion ot the town of
r helps City. Mn,, burned on Tttesdav.
The loss Is 113,000,,
Tbe Russian euthorltle believe that th"
Nihilists art preparing for simultaneous
disturbances In various part ot tha Empire
during tha coronation proceedings.
Mattle Thompson, aged twelve, daugh
ter of one nf the guests, was caught In the
act of settlnif Are to the Hotel Glendoo la
Boston. Maw., oa Tuesday. She said sh
014 It hepaUM ebe "llkd to ve a bias.
High Officials Quarreling; about a Kewa
JErrKRAo ClTT, May J. -Th Qover-
nor thla mornin- emitted the fine an
sixteen mercha i ..f Kansas Cltv, a I of
whom had been I iVO apiece fur violat
ing the merchant' liceut luw. It appear
that the violation waa not Intent ional on
the part of the merchants, but happened
Auditor Walker this morning replied to
Governor Crltteuden's communolation ra
girding tho $22 50 suhacrlptlon for
the Sedalla Democrat. Th
Auditor claim that the sub
scription to a paper is entirely a
private matter and that th State is tn no
wise responsible for such accounts, and
that other Governors, so far a he know,
paid for their papers; at least there is
nothlug to show otherwise; also that be baa
he right to refuaa to leau a warrant when
he consider tho account unwarranted.
Tfce Governor clatini that ht baa tha right
to fumUh hi offlo with nawapapers and i
pay forth aame out of the contingent ax
pentn. and that tbe Auditor baa no right
to Interfere In the manner he expends hi
ntlafwt fatar.v.-' ,i,
Har Hatnai Siiolaa.
Ctvciv.VATt, Mav J.-Mr. J.
Clarke lives In tha third storr at No.
Richmond street. Having Ibet $9,000
me tatiure or savirura tiaiiK. she made up
ber mind that all banking Inttltutioni wera ,
fraud', ami ahe would Ite her own banker
in the future. Aa her monev accumulated,
she carried it In a little hand-satchel, and
with It a quantity of lewelry her own. aa
well aa M motile embfema left byber father.
She carried this portable bank with her
wherever she went, but Tuesday aha left It
behind at tbu wrong time. In it, accord -Inn
to her account, were $1,800 in cash, two
gold wst.ihes, five diamond rlnga, one pair
of dlamoud ear-rings, and other trinkets,
the entire lot aggregating, $3,000 In cash.
Desirous of chatting at th front gau, she
went down stairx, leaving the anlchel lying
on the lounge. Ou her return It was gone.
flr outcries brought officers to the spot,
who, on the Hfreneth ot such information
as they could gather, arrested one one of
the nccupacU of the houae on suspicion..
Wash1!ton. Mav 2. Retv J. A. Red
dU-k, the wl-known colored Methodlt
Episcopal clergymen, fnrmortv of Balti
more, but now of Staunton. Ve., arrived
bt Baltimore! yesterdav on a train from
Washington ovr tbe Baltimore and Ohio
railroad, and at once made a complaint that
ois civil right had been denied nlm, and
thHt he had been tll-treatad and ejected
from the Viaduct Hotel at tha Relar Si
tion, owned by tbe railroad compiny. H
state that when the train arrived at tbe
relay be went Into tbe hotel with th other
panengento hi breakfast, but was refused
by the manager of tke house, who stated
that John W. Garrett bad given order
that colored people should not be served
there. The clergy man says he attempted
to reuioiistrata with the manager, when
the latter became sngry. and wtth an onth
put him out of the dining-room. Mr.
Keddick declares that he will bav his
Obi Odd Fellow.
Acros, O., May 2. In the Ohio Grand
Encampment of Odd Fellows in session
here, tbe exciting question was whethtr to
fuhatltuto uniform degree of
camps. Instead of Patriarchal circle to
which tbe butt Sovereign Gi and Ledge la
Two resolutions passed ; on wu tn not
grant a charter to tbo uniformed decree
camps of tho Sovereign Grand Lodge the
grand was Instructing. Ohio's delegates In
th Sovcrlgn Grand Lodge were instructed
to secure the repeal of legislation Inlmlc!
to tbe psrtriarchal elrc'i.
Tb Ship Railroad.
New Tohk, Mav 2. Capt. Eads has Just
received a cable dispatch fromTehuautepeo
that bla ship railroad bas commenced with
appropriate oeremonlea by ths Federal and
state Mexican authorities at Mln.atltla, on
tbe Aslantic side of the Isthmus of Tehuan
tepee. Work. Wanted.
No. 4 Colliery of tbe
, Mav 2. Work at
Lehigh Valley Coal
Company was stopped by a strike of th
loader. They have been loading twenty
two car a day. but now refute to load mora
than sixteen; hence the strike.
MAY 2. 1883.
nOGS-Slow; 10 lowerilltht W 907 10;
mixed packing m&l 25; heavy packing
ana nipinng now, oo.
CATTLE Weak, slow aud easy; export
fit 2H3hj SO; good to choice shipping
fS SWtf 10; common to fair $a 7;
butchers $2 ltCa 1.
CATTLE Good to heavy natlv steers
fA mm 30; llirht to fair $4 VKdA Ufi; com
mon to medltim native itvert H Ofva
5 60; fair to good Colorado: 4fo6 60; south
wist $?175o5ft; corn-fed Texans HIMi
ft 6ft; common to good stockers $4 404r4 iS6;
fair to good feeder (4 T.Vi.'iTft; oonnnon
to choice native cows and heifers $3 90
(24 00; tcalUwaga of any kind $1Vo3 SO.
liOtt Dumaiiti active, but large lota
lower. Light to good Yorker 10oi
I Baltimore weights f7 W! ); heavy
ihlitiers and butcher $7 2-Vrfi 60: extra
17 5nr; 00; skli and culli $U 500 (15.
WHEAT May 1 12Vh.; June $1 IS;
Julv I $1 lOVtfVi; August $1 15V; Sep.
teniber 1 1 13X5 y"r Jl 10.
. COHS-Mav June BTX; July
WHi August fiOSi year 62H.
OATS May 41 "i j June 43 V; July 43 V;
WH BAT Mav fl 13H; June $1 15S,
,)ulv 1 t4V; August tl 15V; September
tl ift'ii October tl lOVt vear$l HIS.
COIt.N-Muy b'XnHi June MS; July
SS.'tMM Augut fxis; year 40V b.
WHEAT-May 1 tl June $1 24 V
ColtN-MayelV; June AlH't Julyil7V.
OATi-May 40; June SO; JulySK
Oawsvlry Praduea, Rte.
BirrTER-Crcamcry 2ra;k) for choice and
funcv; seconds 2a27. Choice to fancy
dairy 24ft2U; fair to good lBoJJO; common
LIVB POULTRY With ne change in
prices. Chickens-Cocks, at $8 tbCdi 50;
mixed, t 7u(al, according to numbur of
rocks In the mop; hena,$4 'ifl94 00; spring
chickens tMril, according toaize. Turkeys
tik(l4; ducks at feVrftt SO; plgeont at
EGGft-Rteady and fairly active at 12V.
LEAD Hales, I ears hard at U 12V.
Country ' market unlet. Red winter
wheal off ooaat advanced Sd. Good mixed
American corn off coast advanced bd. Red
winter wheat t4 arrive advanced ild.
Weather cold. Wheat firmer; Set. 2
priugHaid; Nr.. Saprlnge M( Western
wlntarr); mlxwl Western corn firm and
shade higher at o 7. Demand from
United Kingdom av4 Continent lair for
wheat end uora.
of tlic universal success of
Brown's Iron Bitters is sim
ply this : It is the best Iron
preparation ever nude; is
compounded on thoroughly
scientific, chemical and
medicinal principles, and
does just what is claimed for
it no more and no less.
By thorough and rapid
assimilation with the blood,
it reaches every part of the
system, healing, purifying
and strengthening. Com
mencing, at the foundation,
it builds up and restores lost
health in no other way can
Listing benefit be obtained.
H PearWa Ave., Oiicaf , Nev. f.
V hive bem a graat autfertr from
a very weak stomach, iiaart burn, and
dyspepsia in Hi worst form. Nearly
w'.rytning I at cav m autreta,
and 1 Could cat but littl.. I kav.
tried everything recommended, have
taken tho prescriptions of a duaea
phyticiana, but got no relief until 1
.took Umwn't Iron Bitters. I fset
Dune of th old troubles, aad am a
new man. I am getting much,
ttronger, and feel fint.rata. I aoa
a railroad e-iner, anj euw make
my tript refulsrly. I caa not lay
too much in prait of your woniWr
ful oMdicin. D. C. Macau
Browne Iron Bitteks
docs not contain whiskey
or alcohol, and will not
blacken the teeth, or cause
headache and constipation.
It will cure dyspepsia, indi
gestion, heartburn, sleep
lessness, dizziness, nervout
debility, weakness, &c.
Us only Brown's Inn Bitter mad bv
Brown Chemical Co., JUltimora. Ctesaea
4 liaas and trade-marlt ea vrapaa,
will b opea aud raady for btt.tneas uu th ll f
Msf . ami nrthst month hoard will be p'acad at
m Per Week.
The Mr y season Is the brr to get fall benvOt uf
the t'arttive Proper'iu of tbe Water.
rlV' Kidney Complaints,
for wbieh the hprinr are specially noted, eon la
he furnished frum promln nt pnople auu have
hei.ii petmanut.tl.r enro l by ua. to fuar wvek' ttaf
ami a free use nf'the waUtr.
N. II. Thistlewood & Bro.
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 Oil 10 LEVEE,
Cairo, ... Illinois.
ehnn on Halliilsr Avnne. Vietwesn rf.ittrth M4
hlxth btrcels, Calto, Illinois.
UTAH kind ol l'uhl and besvy hlsektmllklat.
wse oo and ferriage wurk done lit lb murt woib
mstilta. tnannut. II Tae-rDovtiif pctltv aa4
A New tn.l t ompi-ie M-l. ntlM
Sectud and H.Droad Btreets.
Cairo. Illinois. ;
Th rscncer l I'nt of l Cajtaja, iTtii
sod tawOrleiaa: tlllnnt Ceetre.lt WahasS. N.
I nitia and I'aelne; trua Muuntaia aad rViatkere.
Mobile aud Ohlot Cain aud St. lorn i Katira
are all Jnst acros the slreett wbll. the tau
Land'tifl hetnne inars dlttaat.
This llt"l la k.auid by steam. SVtam
Uaarlry. Ilvdraklle KUvatur, SlertH GH Mm.
a....m.ilr KlM.AIarm. Hatha, aheolatelv IMMaaif.
Y Haperh .t.mi.Llngsi perfect tvrvleat a a
U p. pAHK Kit to CttwtitatteM