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Impurity of the
Ulood, Frvr and
ami all Dtaeasea
St caused by De
rangement of Liver, Howel tnd Kidneys.
SYMPTOMS OF A DIHRASRD LITER.
Had Breath; Pain in the Side, tometimes tha
Kiin h fell under the Shoulder-blade, mistaken fcr
Rheumatism ; ((rneral lott of appetite; Howell
Ssnerally costive, t'lmetimn alternating with lax;
w head ia troubled with pain, u dull and heavy,
with contiderable lots of memory, accompanied
with a painful kematidn of ifflVinu undone ometliing
which oukIh to have been.Uie; a tliglil, dry cough
arid flushed face it aometimei an attendant, often
mitbtkcn fur eontumiitiiin; the patient complain
of wearmem and debility ; nervout, eatily ttartleiit
fcet cold or buruiiur., vmieiiinei a prickly tenutioa
of the akin exittt; spiriu are low and drtixjiideitt,
- n?."no"lh tatUfied that cxerciM would be bene
ficial, yet one can hardly tutniuoa up fortitude to
try ft In fact, ditlruiti every remedy. Several
otitis above tymptomt attend the ditcane, hut caaea
have occurred when but tw of them exi.ted, yet
eiamination after death hat aliowa the Liver to
have been cxtcoaivcly deranged.
It should be need by all persons, old aad
yoODf, whenever any of the above
Persons Traveling or IJvlna; In t7n.
healtby Localltlea, try taking a dmt occatioa
ally to keep the Ijver in healiliy union, will avoid
all Malaria, HlUoua attack IHninen, Km
sea, Druwtynett, Ltepreaaiun of Spirits, etc. It
will invigorate like a (flaw of wine, but la no lo
If Tou have eaten anything hard ol
digestion, or fed heavy after meali, or sleep
Iaa at night, take a dote and you will be relieved.
Time and Doctors' 1UIU villi be aaved
by atwayi keeping the Itegulator
In the House!
For, whatever the ailment may bt, a thoroughly
aafc purgative, alterative and Ionic can
never be out of place. The remedy it harmless
and does not Interfere with business or
IT IS rntELY VKOfTABLK,
And hat all the power and efficacy of Calomel or
(Quinine, without any of the injunout after efTcitt.
A fiovernnr'a Testimony.
Simmons Liver Regulator liat lieen in ute in my
famllv for f.me time, ami I am utikficj it it a
valuable addition to the mediial toi-nt.
J. Gili. Short, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alesamler II. Ntfjilirna, of Ga.,
says: Have derived tome benefit In ni the ute of
Simmont IJver Regulator, and with to give it a
"The only Thing that never fall to
Relieve." I have uwl many mucdiei for Pyt.
peptia, Ijver Affection and lability, but never
have found anything to benefit me to I lie extent
fcimmont Ijver Regulator lut. I tent from Min
nesota to Oorgia f.,r it, and would vend further for
inch a medicine, and would advitc ail who are tint
ilarly affected to give it a tri.il at it Kcmi the only
tiling that never bill to relieve
P M. Jannst. Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. W. Mason suysi From actual ei.
perience in the ue of Simuvma Ijver Regulator in
Biy practice 1 have been and am satisfied to IHC
and prescribe u at a purgative medicine.
gSaTTake only the Genuine, whith alwayi
hat on the Wrapper the retl Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. . ZKILIM ft CO.
FOR SAI.F. PV A I.I. DRUGGISTS.
Q.E0UQE II. LEACH, M. D.
Physician and Surjreori.
Special atteutlon paid to tha Homeopathic treat
ru.'Dt of turiileal dlaoasus. and dlaaae of wom-n
and i htldmn.
Offlco: on Ilia stn)t, opposite the roil OfBi e,
U. J. K. STRONG,
128 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOO. KLKCTKO-VAPOK and MEDICATKl)
II ATI IS
A lady In attendance.
jrjll. W. C. JOCTLYN,
UFF1CC Eighth Htrwt. near Oomii erclal Assess
n. e w. wniTLore,
Umoa No. 1S8 Commercttl Avenoe, betwun
Krbl'j and Ninth Street
JEW YOUK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIKK & OCX.
Cor.NlnetoonthBtrentl Plin) 111.
Commercial AVBOUuf yjtl11 "
tk. R. HUTU.
KUBIBT A. ITU
Grand Central iStore.
CAIRO. - TLiLt.
HARRIS REMEDY CO.,'UUV
f 1 MTt Camtal. m arte rrovt t
siSi:a, I m mm PASTILLE RLMEDi
I tmmrn Mm and eib.r. who aullH
tnm N.tfmt mi fhyilMl O.MI
lT. rr.rn.iur. KibaaiUoe aa4
V I tt.lr ta.nv iloomv wmMq.MfiM,
" m. quioii ana rteiMiiy
Tk. IUnl; It put tp to boiH. (luilnt a mni
a, i.iwatn ni a oar., i.m la Mv.n ..,)
(laulaf um ai.nUn), BI, ll.nl it malt la niala vrapiMn,
DtfMtlea.br li.lu amapuf wk al. K.mpblM ttri
Mai tali 41..M. - -'rlia ritr"itlita
; rr,r; JU-JQUJ iq
tout ttMrlr-notf lo ourim iHi of Ut liliwd. Skin lit
. r kl Ih..lkillw. IBM rtaaaCanaiMV. flMMalU
pita i.m ana .ur. r.mwiir.. ' , "T zl'
(IHimhhMu rruai antirkl lkh-aMr,l
aaa Ware ma.llliMt " IWIr aetaatara, It h aol a tn.f
avMraaa, lilt. BUTTl. It . U
UTAHUMUICli nVIB TUIHir TEA at-
yt arw --
A favorite prvorrlpllon of on of IM
TfliMt noted and aunoalil aiinriallata In tha y , 1,
B rotlnwli for thaoureor Verwe OeMfafv,
t aMlkMMf , tfaaOrnMa and 0ect. etiinl
aluaeauJauveluueVee. Druff lew au til IU
Mirtn ON. WMIO 4 00.. UaMttt. M
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Ten Thousand People Around
, the Prison.
Particulars of the Execution-Hit
Last Moments-His Life-Other t
Dfni.IX. Mnv U. ,lor. Jlilirlv wai
haiiK(l hi bIkIh o'l-Um-Ic tliU morn ittif . A
vat tioiifoiirmi (rtltii'ied ouiaidu Uitt jnlaon
yarn in wnifti uj'uuy was executed, A
at rong force of cavalry, tnfmiiry and p.
lice wmk prowmt to prenerve order. No
attempt at UNturbmiue wan made, how.
aver. Tub morning opened lieatitlfully,
but tberu were ihnwert about the time tue
exetitiilon took place. Brady roue at 6
o'clock. At tt:iU (Juiiou Kenuiidv. of 8t.
Janiea' Clmn h and Fatbor O' trill v ad.
nuiiiittercd the MneraiuenU to the coif
demned man. The three remained praying
until the arrival of the hnnpinan. Kiady
luhinltted iuli'lly while bin hi tui were le
lnf pinioned and walked alowly
nd untlinchliiKly to the ncaffold.
'I'ho black fing indicHtlne that the
execution had taken place wu hoUied over
the prison at three ml miten past eiht.
AlniONt Ininicdiatt'ly nfter tliu ting wai
'arae and couch with mouruera
were seen at :t dlitHtice coiniiiK in the
direction of the piivni. The police, how.
ever, Interfered and prevented the vehicle!
from approaching. There lind been re-
f oitacliculallnrthat after the haiiin(r of
liHilt bin Iriciida would endeavor to excite
the people to a dentoiiMratlou try parading;
ine empty neaiite ttirouKQ trie city. Kraily
Willi V lull nil liv hia miillilT In lh vrnlnir.
Mie wa heart) to exclaim: ''Mind, joe.
no atatfiiient." Brady ainlled and re
plied, "Pou't be foolikhj
10 YlW TH1KK I AM A FOOI.?"
It it atitteii the mother threatened to die
own her ton if he nave the government any
information. A wreath of flower wan re
ceived by Bradv to which wa attached a
card bearhiK an eaprenNiou of grief at hie
late irom inanmeu iivmp in Liverpool.
Bradv made no ktatemnnl to the tall chart.
lain, or to the governor of the pri.on. One
ol tiie lakt tlihiKi be did wan to write a (ut
ter to hi mother, lie curriod a braver
book in hit hand to the ncaffotd and wait
thoroughly n -ltned and firm. Ilia body
fell nine feet and death wan liiatantaneoua.
Brady wa droned -lu the tame clothekbe
re (luruiK Lit trial. 1D Dumber of per-
kona In the crowd outside the tail.
it in I'Mliiutted, reached ten thoutand. The
IbroiiK I laid to have been greater t'.ian
any of thote which oolleoted wnuii tlie exe
cution were public. At the moiueut a
black flax waa teen over the jail the crv was
laUed of "Hat off," and every head waa
uncovered. The orowd ihortly afterwaida
The veidlot of the coroner'i jury It that
K'ady'a death wat oauned by a niiiture of
the ipiuai cord. A Juryman Hated that the
feature, of the dead man were alightly
awotlen, and hia eyei protruded. 1IU
tongue waa half cut In two between the
1 i bi IN. May 14. Nearly all traib amen
In Iul)lln have reoelved a circular which ia
termed "An atialyali of apecial tirle on
eigliU'en trlaU under the crhneaact. " En
clood with the clri'ular w aa a klip con
taining ine wordi,"Woe to you if you Dave
anv of the eooda of theae lurora. for vou
and likewine they will have the blood and
mifferlnK of innocent people on your
hrud." The allp it tlyued "By hook or
bt' crook." A enalioii haa e.nued bv th ia
Intent movement on the part of the friend.
of the IrUb prisoner.
Bradv li, according to a recent number
of the London Timet, a member of a tome j
what remarkable fanjlly. HI parenta are
Iioth nviiiK, ana nettnor are aixiy year ol
ago. The mother bai given birth to twenty
aon and fixe daughter!, all of whom, o
far ax known, are living and employed in
respectable poaitloni. Brady father baa
been la one employ for forty yeaaa, and is
highly respected, He hai always de
claimed any knowledge of his non's con
nection with secret societies. The family
were, however, aware of Brady's intimacy
with Carey, who, shortly before the
aMai-sination, aakad Brady to botyme god
father to one of hia children, which service
he accepted. Brady waa apparently a de
vout Roman Catholic, and was to highly
esteemed by the clergy that be waa given,
and for nine years held the poult Ion of
office-bearer of the Ann Mreet Chapel,
Dublin, standing at mo door and making
the collections. In the performance of this
duty be faithful and gave satisfaction
to all concerned. He wae employed by the
Iublln corporation in a clerical capacity, as
was also the informer Carey, up to the day
ot their arrant. It has developed that he
and Carey frequently took vacation with
out pcnnUtdon, presumably in view of
later events, to meet with the lnvlnclbles.
' - ENULAKO.
London, May 14. James Young, the
celebrated chemist, is dond.
AN AITBAL TO AMERICA.
London, May 14. The Times tays the
speech of Gen. Grant at the recent annual
banquet of the New York Chamber of
Commerco was a fair samplo of tho opinion
of the American people, which at present
ia aroused by the doings of the dynamite
party. It is possible, 11 0 'Donovan Itotsa
keeps temporarily quiet, the Amurlcaut
again lose sight of the true facts of the
In all candor and kindliness wo ask tbe
American people to rid their minds of pre
judlcs and recognize that the denuncia
tions by Irishmen of England are not now
JustlHerl. but refer to bvgone his
tory. We do not aak tnn United
Stuten to put down organized rultlau
Ism which pretends to impunity and en
couragement under their flag. If they
don't bestir themselves for their own
character and comfort they aro little likely
to do so lo nbllgn Knuland; hut they should
recognl.e facta. The wholo of Kiigland is
convinced that the Oovet nment has dealt
generously with Irnland, but muat rosM
the deimttids of the ISeeesxlonlHts. The
Amerlcittis do not In their hearts believe all
Kiurllshmeii are hypocrites and tyrants,
and should consider the effects of reckless
l.uiiiiiiiRu and cease saying what they do not
(I EMMA NT.
Bkhi IN. May 14. It is soinl-ortlclally
staled that tho visit of Waddington here Is
to assure Germany of the continued paclllu
Intcntiotis of Frunco.
TaNAMA, May 14. The Minister of the
Treasury has warned tho Canal Company
they must pity the expenses of keeping be
tweeti two anil three thousand men on the
Isthmus to maintain order. Tho Minister
estlmaiics that the costs thus Imposed on
the company during the fourteen years tho
contract grant for the completion of the
eaual will amount to 7,000.Ko, Und might
even reach ton or twelve million.
a motors mob.
On the morning of April 10'h the bs.
racks at Santa Tecla, Pan Halvador, were
attacked by an armed mob crying "Viva la
llellglon,'' "Munra .aldlvar," olo.. hut
wern driven off by tho soldiers, who killed
two or throe, wounded several and made
fully -prisoners, Among those arrested
are General Francisco Meleiides, Dr. Man
tiel Gsllardo, Hr. Marclal Esteve and Dr.
Mlf ttel A. Liwel.
IRQ, II.LINIIIH, TUESDAY
facie Mtid Kn.nora abat Neualor ralr,
fN r'KANcistx), May 14. There seem
to have been plenty of evldenne against
Nevada's hoary benaUirMIss luex Leon
ard, who was ou hand as a witness, was
formerly a keeper ot a bonne of ill-repute
In tbl city, and is one of the parties named
in the complaint with whom
Fair is alleged to have been
loo Intimate. Dick Day, one of the old
confidants of the. Illustrious Senator
escorted Miss Leonard Into tho court-room,
when sho suliiititntlitted the charges made
In the complaint. The deposition of Fannie
Smith, another notorious woman from wi
Franclnco,WAK equally satisfactory in pro
Ink- the allegations of the unfaithfulness of
No defense was made, and In one hour the
case was closed and a decree of divorce
granted Mrs, Fair. She has been awarded
4,ao0,ooo In bond and property on the
corner of Fine und Jones streets, and also
the residence on Flno and Taylor streets,
with all .Improvements, Mic was also
awarded the emduily of the thine minor
children, Viixiuia . Theresa, Allee and
Onirics. The oldest boy, .las. It. Fair,
Jr., was awarded to tho defendant.
Now that Fair is a free man, rumor has
it that he intends to marry one Annie Car
penter, whose name became notorious in a
divorce case several years ago. tho facts of,
which are as follows; W, F. Smith, a welU
known oculist of this city, became enam
ored with Annie, and went to Arizona
with her, where, through the
Influence of Tom FlU-h,
known, as "Silver-tongued Filch,"
who was an uncle -to Amite Carpenter.
Hnith obtained a illvoree from IrU wife.
The latter, however, had the proceedings
st aside as fraudulent when Smith arrived
In Situ Fi'iiih Ikco, ami a suit followed, the
remit of which was that Smith had to
pay fci'W monthly l hN discarded wife
utid was not permitted to marry.
Annie and StnHh have continued on
good teriiin until quite recently,
when Fair, It Is alleged, has captured fair
Annie. She is dcNciihed as being small
i;ml plump, with a doll face and
china blue eyes, without psrlicular ac
complishments. Fair, it is estimated, is
still worth rlO.iXW.WU. which Is sure to be
nn Incentive for a woman with lcs prin
ciple than tho divorced wife to capture the
ortl Miners' ftirlk.
riiTsni ito, Pa., May 14. The condi
tion of the coal miners' strike bit under
gone no ehanie since litil week, and it is
probable nothing will b'Jidone until after
the Interstate convention, which meets
here to-morrow. The minors of this
district held a meeting to-day to
arrange the details for the con
vention and appoint a committee to
receive the delegations who will arrive to
night and to-uiorrow from other States.
The operators also held a meeting this
morning, and, after discussing the advis
ability of applying to tha courts for tbe
appointment of a trades tribunal to settle
the difficulty, a committee was appointed
to prepare a petition for signatures, lu
the meanwhile the committee will meet a
similar committee from the miners and ap
point an umpire,
Win i t il 1 1 i 111 Miv 14 S'nr tha
departure of Jos. Gardner, leaving bis
wife, children and creditors to speculate
about his mysterious conduct, a reliable
in in nr iviimhi that .Intend has another and
preceding wife in Kuglaud, and a grown
sou. His mends believe mat ne nas re
turned to the alleged No. 1, who is lgnoraut
of No. Ti claims. Another theory is that
he has gone awav with tha third woman In
the case, and will set up another establish
ment under lenul pulse elsewhere. It is
believed this is an old game of his. Al
though he was well thought ot here, It now
appears that many were cournlzant ot his
conduct, but refused to speak out of regard
for hia family. . .
Mr. Oranl'B Rurlnl.
Cincinnati, May, 14. Gcu. Grant
accompanied by his sister, Mrs.
Corbin of Jersey City, - and Mrs.
Cramer uf Philadelphia, and bis son
I'lve, arrived here at 8 o'clock
thfs morning brlnchg the re
mams of the (jeueral's mother. Under
taker J. F. Wlltsee took charsro of tbe
body and the party breakfasted with a
comiln. Mr. George B. Johnson, of No.
WJ Clark street. At 10:80 tbey drove to
Wlltsee 's and followed the heurse to
Spring Gmve cemetery, where tho body
whs interred privately bv the grave of Gen
eral Grant's father, the Kev. Dr. Joyce
Wil.KESHAltKK, Pa., May 14. The min
ers and laborers of the Diamond mine are
on a strike. They demand six cars loaded
with coal as a day 's work. Tbe company
Montuomkhv. N. Y., May 14. There
was a heavy frost In this section Sunday
night. In tbe low lands some Ice formed.
THE THOMPSON TRIAL.
Testimony it to the Reputation of Miss
IlARRODSBi'mi, Ky., May 14. Tbe tes
timony opened with an effort on the part of
the prosecution lo prove thul Davis failed
to oxplalu the Cincinnati affair to the
Thompsons because he (Davis) had been
Informed that the Thompsons after exami
nation, had pronounced tho report wholly
false. I'pon technical grounds this testi
mony was ruled out iv the court. The
attorneys were allowed to disavow the
testimony In the absence of the Jury. The
prosecution thru proceeded to assitult Miss
Jessie Biickncr's reputation for veracity
and general morality. James A. Toin
luison, brother of Mrs. Secretary of
War Belknap and uncle to William
Tnmllson, who married Miss Buckner, ami
himself, the detective who, us alleged,
traced Miss Buckner to a hoiioe of such
character, as to civ ise a separation between
herself and husband, testified he would not
believe heif under oath, Dr. J. O. Ded
man testified that tier reputation was so
bud some people said they would not ho
Have her under oiuh. The defense handed
Instructions to the court. They will argue
that Phil Thompson was not only tempor
arily demented with rage, but apprehen
sive on good grounds of peril to his person
and life from Walter Davis,
A man named Win. Williamson was
killed on Sttndsy morning, ono mile west
of Thompson Nation, Mo., bv a Wahush
train, lie wns diunk and laid down on
William Connors, white, aged twenty
six, who shot dead two men and cut two
mote during a drunken row at Glen Mary,
T ex., was lynched on Saturday night bv
)u Indianapolis, on Sunday, Ionic Bike1'
was murdered by Issue Soott Soav, hi"
brother-in-law, and William Montgomery,
the husband of his step-daughter. All
three men wait of dissipated lutlilts.
A disastrous, conflagration occurud In
Austin, Tex., on Suudny morning. A
number of tine buildings, with the contents
of valuable goods, were destroyed. The
T he total loss la (145,000; total Insurance,
On Sunday morning, near New Orleans,
C. M. Iltilijilnalna, who recently killed a
young man named Lyon In Bossier parish,
appotlto the oltv, waa taken from tho
cdierlff's posse who weie conveying him lo
Jull, and lyuuuid by ub of WO masked
31 AY 15, 18H3
Capetown. Msv 14. During the time
the cablp lines between here and Kngland
have Men Interrupted, ..there has beeu a
general rising In nasutnlamt. Advice
from there of the 10th lust, reported that
there w.is fighting on all sides. Ucporls of
the lift, however, stated that quiet had
been fulrly restored.
The Jure Dana Trial.
Ciiicaoo. May H. The trial of Jen
Dunn for tbe murder of Elliott wits re
sumed In the Criminal Court 'Ids morning.
John Dnherly, a variety actor, was culled
for the the defense, and was allowed to re
late the assault made by Elliott on a Phila
delphia policeman as an Indication of his
quarrelsome nature. The court allowed
the defetHiH to submit the record of the
Pennsylvania eiunt Inflicting a penitentiary
teiiteinf on Kllloii for the assault men
tioned Dr, Baxter described the nature of
the Injuries uta!ii'd bv l-uun In Ids en
counter with Kllimt. 'They consisted of
bruise on the back and forehead, a pistol
wound rldflng the scalp and another In the
. 'Paddy" Ityon. tho pugilist, know both
Elliot ami Dunn and was in I he Tivoll res
taurant the nl-bt of the trasredv. He hail
a conversation with Dunn Immediately
after the thootinft,. when the latter re
marked. .."Paddy, It came off sooner than I ex
pected." On cross-examination be said he had
been a prize-fighter, mid had had a fl'lit
wlib Sullivan in New Orleans. Witness
then confessed I hat lie bad told Mills a few
days before In the State Attorney's office
lie was so drunk at I he time of the shooting
he could not recollect anything about the
1 Tha Hoffmnn Nlaurlfir Mull Ended.
BLOOMist.TON, III., May 14. The Jury
In the celebrated lioffman-Kobinson
slander suit, after bciti1; out since last
Saturday mnrnliiK were brought Inio court
to-day, and being unable to agree upon a
verdict were discharged. The Jury stood
eight . for the defendant, Zeitie
Kohlnsnn, and four for Hoffman. The
case has excited the greatest interest
throughout the slate. Kx-Uev. 11. O.
Hoffman, the plaintiff in the suit, was
formerly pastor of the First M. E. Church,
In this city, ami wn tried hoiih time ago at
a church trial in Mils city and before the
conference at Lincoln, III., upon the
charge of having seduced Zettle Kohlnsnn
while she was living lu his family. He was
convicted at both trials. Afterwards he
brought suit In the circuit court against the
girl for defamation of his character. It is
thought that II off man will let tbe matter
drop without further litigation.
Jay Uould and lave World.
. Nkw Yokk, May 14. .fay Gould was in
Jolly humor after he got rid of the while
elephant that nobody wanted, and this
question was put:
"You have not said yet why you disposed
of your interest In the" World?"
''Far a variety of reasons, but chiefly
becsu-e 1 saw an apprehension In the pub
lie mind that the unper imperilled the
liberty of tho people. When I perceived
the popular distrust I bowed to the will of
tbe people, and long ago offered It for sale.
Wken Mr. Bennett through his paper, first
charged that I hud designs upon the press
I sent him a long cshlegram offering him
the World for what It had cost me, I am
gla.l that I have disposed of it, as I wish to
put all my affairs In good shape before
from l lie PiiliU to the Hi-.
PllTiiit'RO, Pa., May 14. An Indiana
Pa., special save: Rev. Clms.T. Stock, of
the Kvaugullcal Lutheran Church of this
city, made his theatrical debut there
Saturday night as Hamlet and ltichelieu.
T be Hall was crowded w ith the best people
Of Ik town, and those canable of ludirine.
pronounced his presence, manner and ap-
wonnernuiv impressive, while
his enunciation was good and his gestures
and stage action perfect, fljr. Mock has
received a letter from the president of the
Lutheran synod, slating that a notice of
hit intention to abandon the ministry for
tb stage had been received and asking for
explanations in regard to the matter,
Ciitotdo, May 14. A Seattle, W. T.,
special savs: T he Iron steamsbtp Mississ
ippi, owned by the Oregon Improvement
Company, burned Sunday morning with
l.lOu tons of coal. There was no tug In
the vicinity to render assistance. The tire
spread to' tbe coal bunkers, burning five
hundred feet. The chief engineer was
burned to death. The bunker timbers
fell, killing one man and Injuring another.
The vessel is a total loss. She was former
ly owned by the government and used as a
The .Mississippi was valued at tiO.OOOand
luMircd. I'0 1 ib'i a, fcJo.t.HKl.
PoiM.Ait I'.i i tf. May 14. A number of
St. LnuMnns purchased a short time ago a
large body of wiilnut anil oak timber litliili
In Butler 'and Dunklin counties on tin St.
Francis liver. The tract embraces nearly
Wl.iHHI acres, and a large forco of lumber
men are al work getting out timber. Col.
Cclsus Price, one ofthe owners, discov
ered three limber thieves at work and bad
them taken to this city. The county of
Butler Is selling Its lands and they are being
ranidlv taken up by actual aettlors. It Is
said that .lav Gould lias bought town lots
in this city, and real estate has correspond
'labor Talks AkmIo.
CtiK Aoo, May II. " Tho shallows mur
mur, while the tlceps me dumb, "Haiti ox
Senator Tabor to-day when asked about the
HIII-Tellcr Imbroglio. 'The press of the
country has not Healed mu with respect,"
he continued, "und I have nothing more
to ronuimnicitte. I could say considerable
on the Teller mutter, but I won't."
Tabor ami his bride are en route toOsh
kosh, Wit., where It is understood ho will
try to make It hot for the priest who has
diiiiouui i'd uis marriage as procured by
fraud and declared Invalid.
Cincinnati, May 14. Sunday mornlnn
a psrtv of eight men rode up to the house
of Vaughn Hilton, near Jrffersonvllln. II
mllevtroin Mt. Meillng, Ky., and awak
ened him, snylng they were looking for a
horse thief. While ha waa silling nn the
edge of his bed some of the men lli ed,
killing him Instantly. The party Is not
known, but It I. supposed to be In tho tit
:erel of llio Burnett family, which has a
filed with the Hlltnns.
Nkw Yohk, May 14. The Gormana of
this city (o-ilay celebrated Pllngst Montag.
Large number of societies were engaged In
games, dancing, etc, About fifty mem
bers of the auctrty of Cibeinnatl, accom
panied by ttnuinlier of Invited guests, left
this morning on an excursion to the can
toiunenl of the revolutionary army near
New Windsor,) to ntimmemniorate the
formal Inn of the society in May, 1873.
t he New hull Eire Itomance,'
Manitowoc, Wis., May 14. A check
forKi.iKK) was receipted by Mlsa Kltle
Barnes on Nittinlay to an Insurance com
pany In Milwaukee which deals In accident
jiollolcs. She was betrothed to Hubert T.
Jlowlc, a Wisconsin conductor, one of tlie
victims nl the Newhall House tire, In Mil
waukee. He had the policy mudo out to
to his swent heart shortly before the Die as
they were to be married soon.
Vlurrlered Her llnenand.
Atlanta, May 14. -Saturday night Geo.
Blither, colored, was found murdered In
the streets of Powder Springs. HU wife
was standing over him with blood kuu.
he baa bu held Ut uiiurilfr.f
THE KANSAS CITY CYCLONE.
Latest From tho Scene of the Whirlwind
Tho Killed and Other Lotsei.
KanaCitv, Mo., May 14. A very
destructive cyclone swept through the
southern and eastern part of the city at ft
o'clock yesterday afternoon. The house of
Mr. J. C Horton.on Drtpp street was par
tially destroyed. In the Fourtl Ward the
houses of Kev. A. 1). Madeira, A. Glenn.
Upton Kly, D. S. Irwin, K.J. Frey and
Reefer's grocery house were demolished
and ruined. The wind blew off a comer of
the house of Mr. Charles Daggett, On
MuGce street I he houses of Mr. John
Ilenglee, Dr. Crow and others were de
stroyed. Crossing Oak street, the new
church of the German Evangelical Society,
but recently completed at a cost of $3o,0(JO,
was totally ruined, as wore all the
houses on Fourteenth itreet, facing the
park, from Oak to Locust streets.
A number of frame and brick struct
ures at Thlnenlh and Cherry
streets were destroyed. At Holmes
and Thirteenth streets Cole's circus
was about reloading Its tents. A
number of small boys were standing about.
When the storm came up one of the boys,
Willie Sibcu, eleven years old, took refuge
behind a large wagon. Tbe wagon waa
overturned anil he was crushed to death
beneath It. Tbe fine house of Mr. B. S.
Plerson on Twelfth and L. Manlove's on
Harrison were 4lown , down. On Lydia
avenue tbe fnime house of Sir. Downing
was destroyed, and on Ninth street east
of Lydia avenue the new Methodist
chapel wag scattered to the winds.
The roof of the Slock Exclnnge
was blown off and tbe boat house ol Joe
Burns, a well-known Missouri River
steamboat man, was knocked to splinters.
The track of the cyclone covered a distance
of about three miles. Tho storm was ac
companied by torrents of rain and beating
hail. T be loss on property will reach
M'W.iaX). At least fifty buildings wera
blown down uit J 3K) more badly damaged.
The character of property destroyed is
chiefly dwellings and shrubbory. Tbe
path of the 9tortn did not touoh the busi
ness part of the city, and the stores de
stroyed were small retull establishments in
the residence portion.
so far as known, aro four: A citl.en, name
unknown; two employes of Colo's clreiis,
and the boy Sicken above mentioned. The
number of wounded is about fifteen. The
damage by wind across the country west of
Wyandotte was principally to fruit farms,
and the loss Is placed at JtfO.tryo. Four
farm-houses were blown down. David
Uecd, a farmer, was seriously hurt; his
wife was blown against a tree and ber neck
broken. She died instantly. P. W.
Mathews, with a two-year-old child lb bin
arms, wa blown 3' ki feet through the air
and dropped unhurt. Mrs. Smith and live
others of a family were silting
In a small farm-house, when -the building
was lilted up and carried over their beads.
No one was hurt. A large number of fatn
ilics were rendered temporarily homeless,
as many houses were so damaged as to he
rendered unsafe until repaired.
A special from Liberty, Mo., reports that
the storm did contiderable damage In that
town, Injuring large buildings and blowing
down until 1 1 ones. A large portion of the
roof of the Marshall Jewell College was torn
away, Considerable damage is reported
from PlattoBsburg, Daviess County, und
from Ononia;u, on the 'Frisco Road. A
speaial from Missouri City reports that
tbe cyclone did some damage
there. The stoituier Bright Light wut iin,
fastened and blown aeross the river, lodg
ing on a small bar. Telegrams fromOro
nogo, Mo., received this morning, are to
the effect that the town was completely
destrnjed by tho cyclone of yesterday after
noon. The storm lasted ttJfieon.iulDUUa
and then nothing was left of the place.
Two persons were killed outright and
thirty-three others were wounded. A
relief committee Is being organized there
A special from St, Joseph Hales that a
heavy thunder and wind storm passed over
Troy, Kansas, sixteen miles west of St.
Joseph, at i o'clock yesterday afternoon.
The bouses of F. L. Welton and
Thomas Wright were demolished. No one
Alre idy the workmen are busy cleaning
the debris from the siruots aad paohlng tip
such houses 'tavsre capable of repair and
rendering them tenable. Everything li yet
In coiifu-l 'ii. ;i. I a complete list of the
wounded and estimates of the loss of
property cannot be obtained yet. Prof, J.
M. Greenwood, Sttperintendant of tbe
Public Schools, bod his ankle broken and
head cut The smull loss of life ii re
markable Hundroda of houses were to
tally demolished and many were buried
beneath the ruins, and It seems almost a
miracle that no more lives were lost.
M.VY 14. 18S.1.
CATTLE Slow and weak:
i WM .VI; good to choice shlbpli
," IHif,Hl ill); common to fair $ft Mf&i 86.
HOUS-sinw.iiud 5o lower; light 33;
mixed packing &7 U0u7 3d ; heavy paoklug
and shipping tT ICW ig,
ST. LOt It.
CATTLE Good to heavy steers $5 904
(Jhii; light to fair W WWM 06; common to
medium native i-l jOttiiW; fair to good
Colorado $4rtVi .in; south vest $a 75oM; coro
fed T'exaua H 7.VrKi 06; common to good
stockcrs ift 4nrtfl tio; fair to good feeders
H T.Vd.'i 7.'); common to choice native eows
and hcilcis M Wfa I (W; scullawagi of any
Hi Kis Very dull, lower and weak;
buyers holding off. Light to
good Yorkers 7 IQt&VJU: mixed to good
packing t7 fa 7 if); good lo extra butch
ers 7 -j;.'.; 40; skips and culls M luftii tin.
MIKF.P Good fat. sheared $130; com
mon tin dull at fcl'S !l 25.
U rail at. El.
WIIK.VT-Mavfl 13V b; June $1 13V;
Julvfllri't; August l I'iH; September
$1 I'd W V ! October l 1 7rj( ; year Jl m .
CollN-Mav; MM Juno h7 July .VHT;
August Mi; September IKIH ; year MV .
oAT's-May 41 ', b; June m ; July 4Ui
August :j;; jear.l.'ib.
W II HAT May $1 1; June t 2UV i July
1 25 V.
CtiUN-May 5S; June WH'j July 67K.
WHEAT May $1 181 h. ; ' Juno fl ICs (
Jillvirl I.ISWS ! August Jl Hit; Septum
ber JI7t; October 1 IU h. vsr
COIIN-May 61 K b. June J3t . Tuly 64 to
n4 V; August Mi's; September 167 b; year
OATS Msv fl'i b.i June 41K; July
4'2t t August' HI: year ill H h,
('usury frsMlnra, El.
m'TTF.It-Offeiings large, market weak
and lower and demand light, buyers taking
hold In a way to supply Immediate ants In
anticipation nf a still further decline, Sales
were al aVrriiai for choice to fancy cream
ery; seconds at betl tlalrr rates. Clinic to
fancy dairy 'lit IS, to 34 for selections ;
fair to good l.Vtftf); common VrlO, Near
by make rauges at 7ftiSc for common
to lOftiilft for fair to chne vllow.
EGGS Scarce and higher; quirk tale at
LIVE POn-TRY-Steady and quiet.
Quote old chlcketis-Covks $.1 J,W;i AOi
mixed fa 'Mti 26; hens 64 604 76. Large
spring chicken in demand at fcVtta on. and
medium slied tsVai4; email stock dead dull
atSlMloO, NolWtg doing in other poul
'IkAD-PuIL Bale, 6 vara reflaed at
4 MM. BanUuetcaaifi,
That Brown's Iron Bitters
will cure the worst case
Will insure a hearty appetite
j and increased digestion.
Cures general debility, and
gives a new lease of life.
Dispels nervous depression
' and low spirits.,
Restores an exhausted nurs
and gives abundant sus-
tcnancc for her child.
j Strengthens the muscles and
I , nc'rvcs.fcnrfches the blood.
Overcomes weakness, wake
fulness, and lack of energy
Keeps off all chills, fevers,
and other malarial poison.
Will infuse with new life
the weakest invalid.
37 W..1W Si., Paliiniore, Pfc. 18S1.
For i years 1 have beta a great
sufferer from lll"rrl Hiee, ly
rt''psi.i,H;itii.'oiistti,tioiilamlbetttUta to dr!iilnii'l Hint I ckiiI'I not retain
;mythiiki( on my klomach, In fact,
life) li.nl almost l coins a burden.
IHully, whi n Ikiic hud jlmual Icl't
me, my liutbaittl tcung IIkown's
Ikon Hii ihks advertised in tilt
r iper, imtuccd me In give it a trial.
1 sin now taking the third bolile
and have nut fell in well 1 lis
years I do al the preent time.
Mr. L. F. GairrtN.
Brown's Ikon Bitters
will have a better tonic
effect upon any one who
needs " bracing up," than
any medicine made.
rpiiKcrrv na noNAL bank.
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