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THE .. C AIRO
fffeta For Uspepila,
Impurity of tlis
Hlood, Over and
and all I)lea
caused hj De-
rangeineut of Liver, UoweU ind Kldnejs.
tYMPTOMH or A MflF.AfiKIs LITER.
Dad Breath; Pais in llie Side, sometimes iha
pain it felt un th Shoulder-Made, mistaken for
Rheumatism j general loss at atieiitc ; Bowels .
generally costive, sometimes slternailng with laa;
the head Is troubled with pain, is dull and heavy,
with coniidarabta lost of memoty, accompanied
with a painful sensation of lesviii,: uulune something
which ought to have been ft' Hie; a slight, dry cougn
and flushed face i sometime an attendant, often
niiuken for consumption; the pati'rnl complaint
of weariness and debility; nervoua, eakily turtled; .
feet cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensatioo
of the skin exu.it, .pints are low and despondent, '
and, although sausfcd that exercise would be bene
tkiaJ, yet on can hardly summon up fortitude to
try It la fact, dutrasu every remcrlr. several
of the above symptoms attend the diarax. but eaaea
have occurred when but few of them earned, yet
taaminalioa after death has shows the Liver to "
have been extensively deranged.
It ahoald be lined by all prison, old aad
ouuf, wbnnavcr any of tha bova
aymptoina appear, ,
Parson Tramline or Living lu fB
taking; a d'tMt ftt-ration
ally to keep the I.iver in liealihy aeiiua. will avoid
all Malaria, IMlloita attack , I)iinet, Nau.
aea, Drowsiness, iJeprrsilon of Spirits, etc. It
will Invigorate lite a gtau of wine, but la no In
If Ton have eaten anything hard of
digestion, or feel heavy after incali, or sleep,
leaa at night, uk a dute and you will be relieved.
Time and Doctor' Itllla will be saved
by always keeping the Regulator
In the House!
For, whatever tha ailment may be, a thoroughly
ale purgative, alterative and tenle can
never be out of place. The remedy it harmleaa
and doea not Interfere with bualneaa or
IT IS PTTtELT VF.C.KTAM.K,
And hat all the power and efheacy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious aftereffects.
A fiovernor'e Testimony,
Simmons Liver KeguUtor hat been In use in my
family for some time, and I am satitiied it is a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J. OiLt, Shohtkh, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander n. fttei.heu. of Ga.,
aaya: Hava derived some benefit from the use ol
Simmons Liver Kcgulator, and wish to give it
"The only Thine; that never full to
Relieve." I have used many remedies for Dys
pepsia, Liver AftVtioo and lability, but never
nave found anything to benefit me to tlte extent
Summons Liver Regulator has. I sent from Min
nesota to Georgia for it, and would tend further for
such a medicine, and would advitc all who are sim
ilarly affected to tire it a trial as it aeema the only
thing that never fails to relieve.
P. M. Jawnav, Minneapolis, Mini.
a"". T. W. Matutn sural Krom actual e
peneoce la the use of bimiunia IJver Herulator in
my practice 1 have been awl am satisfied to use
and prescribe it aa a purgative medicine.
aWTake only tU Oenuine, which alwayi
has on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. II. ZKILIN A CO.
rOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
QKORQE II. LKACII, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention paid to tha Homeopathic treat-Bi-nt
of surgical dlseasus, aud distance of woma
UiBcr: oo Itta street, opposite tha Pott Olfli a,
JJR. J. E. STRONG,
123 Commercial Ave, Cairo, III.
VAHOlt, KLKCTRO-VAPOR axo MSDICATKL)
lady la attendance.
JJK. W. C. JOCFLYN,
OPFlCX-RlghU btreet, near Como areta! Avanaa
J)R. K W. WHITLOCK,
Omoi-h'o. 136 Commercial Avjdo, batweao
Krrtaand Nltitb Htreata
lJEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN T1IK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. P ATI EH &c OCX.
Cor. Niooloeiith street I
Commercial Avhuiih I
J AS. B. SMITH.
WBtX-t A. SStlTH,
Grand Central Store.
. DRY GOODS, r
CAIRO. - - IUL.
HARRIS REMEDY CO., Warn.
1 tl.u aa4 IM. tot el
I Vtm PROL HARRIS' PA8TIU.E REMEDY
I I n?l I" m4 a isitar
I "im,irt!f"'r " an. Phyileal D.WI.
I ly Pnaistun KibstitUoa ant
their BanT eloeeiy eooMsMSMa,
UmIIui ltr ttona,.), i. b.oi by ai.ll to pl.l. rajiswa.
trwtlw. hr It.laa amuapwy a ,. p.n,,,hlM .rt
WlK SkU 4WM eail mU uu. mi mM m uwUmUok.
ll and swvre the 1 l
We atperlaaTa ourlna itlraae.W th. ttl
peeeai nervaaa vxeuitr, ir
siea. to b. anaweml by Uium daalrlul tr.atn.ul by man.
(rwMa..ear4 nira H.tliir.rtwM ania tbtw sjMm!
sVaareaa, 1H. BUTT, 1 . Mtti at, at. l.w, Be,
BBTABUUIKV OVEH TNUtTT TKAUtV
1 A favm
A favorite tmtnrlnllan of one of the
most noted end attocrwHftil "iteetallata In tha V. H.
taow retlnxti tor thaourpof jrervesse 0eMlafi,
MjI Mm-hft, areweee aud Pesi, tt.nl
ft pltviu laaawauvalopeVee. Urofglatacauttlllt.
AtMrtw PR. WARD A CO.. UtlsiMt, Mt
AaWleea apwrlally treatml ea eneenttna rlsnli
7Sl uAi au4 aura ninMloa. I'.ll Or rit. fhr t.lat of Owe
Ten Thousand People Around
Particular! of the Execution-Hit
Uat Moments-Hii Life Other
Dviimw. May H.lrxi Ilrady wa
taiyi'd hi vbt o'clock this in i iiin- A
vaat coiuiiMirau pttthi'ied otitalde thn prison
yanl In whlclt llriwly wa exwnileil. A
tronff forctt of cavalry, Infantry hiiiI po
lice WM prowiii i ireatirvo order. No
attempt at dixtiirbunue wit umde, bow.
vtfr.. T.Urf ntontlnj; opened liBaiitifnllv,
but tin-re worn nbow;ra itliout tlit time toe
eiertilion look place. Hiudy routt at 6
o'clot k. At :.') (Junon Kfuncdv. of 8t.
Jnie' t'hurth and r'ath?r O'Jltdllv ad
Dilniritcri'd Ibfl ntcniiiKinla to thtt' cou
diimnod man. The tin te remained praylnir
until tbe arrival of the Imneinan. Hrady
iiibmlttcd ijrtly while bin arms were be
In pinioned and walked alowly
and uii(1lncbln(ly to tbe acuffold.
Tbe blai.'k Hug ImllcutlnK tbut tbe
eiecutlmt had taken place wag lioMed over
the prison nt thre minute past eitcht.
Alinoxt iiiiincdiatily after tbe ting was
ralwd a hrar.e and com-b with mourner
were wen at a distance coining in tbe
direction of the piimm. Tbe police, how
ever, interfered and prevented tb veblclea
from ai proHchlii(f. There hud lieen re-
Jiorta I'lrctilaliiiK thai after the banninif of
Irmly hi Irlciitla would endeavor to excite
the people to a demonstration by parading
the empty bearae throuih the city. Brady
vyn vlmti'il liy bit mother in the evening.
Mie was heard to exolrilm: "Mind, Joe,
no btalement." Hrady amlled and re
plied, "Ion't be fuolUL ;
I Ml VOt? THINK I AM A rOOLf"
It l Muteu the mother threatened to dli
own her ion If he gave tbe government any
Information. A wreath of flower waa re
ceived by Brady to which wai attached a
card bearing an expression of grief at bi
fate from Irishmen living In Liverpool.
Brady made notatenient to tbe Jail chap
lain, or to the governor of the priaon. On
ol the last lbitig lie did was to write a let
ter to hl mother. He curriod a praver
book In hi, hand to the scaffold and wits
thoroughly resigned and firm. Ilia body
fell hinu feet and death wait Instantaneous.
Hrady wa di eased in tbe same clolbeaihe
w re during bl trial. Tbe number of pr
on. in tbe crowd outalde tbe Jail,
it is estimated, reached ten thousand. The
throng is laid to have ben greater titan
any of those which volleoted when tbe exe
cutions were public. At the mouieut a
black flag wan aeen over the Jail the crv wa
raised of "Hata off," and every head waa
uncovered. The crowd ihortly afterward
'1 he verdict gf lb corouer'i Jury ii that
B'ady'a deith wa caused by a rupture of
I be iplital cord. A Juryman stated that the
feature" of the dead man were slightly
swollen, and hla eye protruded. Ilia
loniruf waa half cut In two between tbe
I'CHLIN. May 14. Nearly all tradesman
In Itublln have received a circular which it
lernied "An analyiii of apeuial Juries on
eighteen trials tinder tbe crime act." En
clood with tbe circular wa a slip con
taining the word, "Woe to you if vow have
any of the good of tbee juror, 'for you
and likewise tbey will have tbe blood and
suffering of Innocent pooplo on your
heads." Tbe blip U digued "By book or
b.' crook." A aensati'in baa cnus'ed by thli
latest movement on the part of the frlendi
of the Iriab prlaouer.
Brady U, according to a recent number
of the London Tlmea, a member of a tome J
what remarkable family. Ill parent are
both living, aud neither are lixtv year of
ago. Tbe mother bat given birth' to twenty
bona and five daughter, all of whom, so
fur a known, are living aud employed in
reaped able position. Brady' father has
been in one employ for forty yeaa., and it
highly respected. He has alwavt dis
claimed any knowledge of hi son"' con
nection with secret societies. The family
were, however, aware of Brady' intimacy
with Carey, who, shortly" before the
as. urination, aak)d Brady to become god
father to one of hi cblldrev, which service
be accepted. Brady waa apparently a de
vout .toman Catholic, and waa to highly
Mteemed by the clorgy that ho waa given,
and for nine year held the position of
oflice-bearer of tbe Ann Street Chapel,
Dublin, (landing at tbe door and making
the collection. In tbe performance of thi
duty be waa faithful and gave satisfaction
to all concerned. He was employed by tha
Dublin corporation In a clerical capacity, at
wa also tbe informer Carey, upto the day
ottbelr arrest. It hai developed tbat be
and Carey frequently took vaoutlon with
out permission, presumably In view of
later event, to meet with the Invincible.
LoNfrov, May 14. Jumei Young, tht
celebrated cbemlat, I dead.
London, May 14. The Time av the
peeeh of Gen. Grant at the recent annual
banimctof tbe New York Chamber of
Commerce wa a fair aample of the opinion
of tho American people, which at present
In aioUHHd by the dolug of the dvnamlte
party, it la possible, II O'Donovon Itossa
keeps temporarily quiet, tbe American
again lone eight of tbe true fact of tbe
in all candor and kindliness we ask the
American people to rid their mind of pro
Jutliesftiid recognlzo that Ihe denuncia
tion by Irishmen of England are not now
Justified, but rofor to bvgonn his
tory. We do not auk Oio United
State to put down organized rullian
ism which pretend to impunitv and en
conriigoment under their flag'. If they
don't betlr tliemaelve for (heir own
character and comfort thoy are little likely
to tloaoto oblige England; but they should
recognize fact. Tho whole of England 1
convinced that tbe Government ha dealt
generously with Ireland, but must rcslat
the demand of the Seceaslonlsta. The
Amerlciina do not In their heart believe all
Englishmen are hypocrite and tvranl.
and ttltoultl consider tbe effect of r'eckle
lauiruiigo and ceuao aj lug what they do not
UK KM A NY.
Bkhi.IN, May 14. It I cml-ofllcly
ktatod that tho vlalt of Waddlngton here I
to assure (lormuny of the coutliiuod puiilllo
tiitenlloiia ol Franco.
LXIRAL A Mi: Hit A.
Panama, Miiy 14. -Tho MlnUter of tbe
Treasury ha warned the Canal Company
thoy must pay tho expense of keeping be.
twei'ii two ami three thousand men on tho
Isthmus to maintain order. The Minister
estimate? that tho cost thus Imposed on
the company during the fourteen Jeara tho
contract grant for tho completion of tho
cauai win amount to i,wu,ij, and might
ven reach ten or twelve million.
a mo t ors mob.
OrTthe morning of April 10'h the l,s
rack it Santa Teola, San Halvador, were
attacked by an armed mob crying "Viva la
Itiillirlnn." "Mimi-a 7.1.11,,.,; iPi i..'?
wero driven off by tho aoldlor, who'ltllli.tl
two or three, wounded nnveral aud made
niriy pnioneri, Among tlioae arrested
art General Franctaco Mclendea, Dr, Man-util-Qallartlo,
dr. Mitrctal UaUVvt aud Dr.
Mtul , Leueel.
HA1R0. ILLINOIS, TUESDAY
facta amd Knmori attront atr rlr.
San KhanoisCO, May 14. There eem
to hiive been plentv of evidence against
Nevada' hoary SenAtor. Ml Inez Leou
aid, who wa on hand a a wltocita, , wa
formerly a keeper oi a bniis of Ill-repute
In thi eily, and I one of tbe parttet namtMl
In tbn - oomplalnt with whom
Fair I alleged to have been
too Intimate, Dick Day, one of tbe old
contidnnt of the illustrious Senator
escorted Mis Leonard Into tbe court-room,
when alio tibatantialed the charge made
In the complaint. Tbe deposition of Fttnnle
Smith, another notorious, woman from San
Kraucisro.wati cunllv atlsfactorv In prov
ing the allegations of the unfaltbfuluea of
No defense was made, and In one hour the
caa wa closed and it decree or divorce
granted Mrs. Kulr. Site lias boen awarded
ft, 600,0X1 In bond and properly on the
corner of I'lne and .folic si recti, and alo
the residence on l'lne and Taylor ttreeto,
with all iniprovemcntM, She waa alao
awarded the ctt.tiuly of the three niluor
childron, Virgiulu Theresa, Alice and
Churles. The oldewt boy, .la. G. Fair,
Jr., wa awarded to the defendant.
Now that Fair is a free man, rumor ha
It that he Intends to marry one Annie Car
penter, whose nuiiio became nolorioita in a
divorce case several years ago, the fact of
which arc as follows: w, V. Smith, a well
known oculist of this city, became eiiain-,
ored with Annie, and went to Arizona
with her, whore, through tho
Influence of Tom Filch,
known a "Silver-tongued Fitch,"
who wa an uncle to Annie Carpniiter,
Smith obtained a divorce from hi wife.
The lattor, however, had the proceeding
Ret aside as fraudulent when Smith arrived
In San Franclnco, mid a unit followed, the
result of which wa that Smith had to
pay $100 monthly to hit discarded wife
and wa not permitted to marry.
Annie and Smith have continued on
good terms until mtite recently,
when Fair, Hi alleged, ha captured fair
Annie. She Is deMciibed a being small
t:nd plump, with a doll face and
china little eyes, w iibout particular an
complishiiacntN. Fair, It In estimated. I
Mill worth trlO.UW.OOO. which Is sure to be
an Incentive for a woman with less prin
ciple than tin divorced wife to capture the
4 tl Mliiera Ntrlke.
PiTTBiirmj, 'Pa., May 14. The condl
tlon of the cial jniiier' alrike has under
gone no chaite. since last week, and it is
probable uotblng will hij.doue until tiller
the interstate convention, which meets
here to-morrow. The minor of this
district held a meeting to-day to'
arrange the detail for Hie con
vention and appoint a committee to
receive the delegations wb.o will arrive to
night and to-morrow from other State.
Tho operator also held a meeting thi
morning, and, after discussing the advis
ability of applying to the court for the
appointment of a tradua tribunal to fettle
the difficulty, a coin mil tee wa appointed
to prepare a petition for signature. In
tbe meanwhile tbe committee will meet a
Rimllar committee from tbe miner and ap
point an umpire.
Whitkiuu.. III.. May 14. -Since the
departure of Jos. Gardner, leaving bi
wife, children and creditor to speculate
about hi mysterious) conduct, a reliable
rumor como that Joseph has another and
preceding wife in Engluud, and a grown
sou. Hla friend believe tbat he ha re
turned to the alleged No. 1, who I ignorant
of No. 2's claims. Another theory U that
be ha gone away wltb the third woman In
the case, and will et ud another establish
ment under legal guise elsewhere. It I
believed tins la au old game of bi. Al
though he was well thought of here, It now
appear that many wero cognizant of hi
conduct, but refused lo apeak out of regard
for hi famtiy.
Mr. Uratnl'e Hnrlal,
Cincinnati, May, 14. Gen. Grant
accompanied by hi lister, Mrs.
Coibln of .Teney City, and Mr.
Cramer of Philadelphia, and bl ton
I'lvsseN, arrived here at 8 o'clock
th( morning bringing the re
mains of the General' mother. Under
taker J. F. Wlltaee took chargo of tbe
body and tho party breakfasted with a
cousin, Mr. George B, Johnson, of No.
80 Clark street. At 10:!W tbey drove to
Wlltaee ' and folio wed the he:tre to
Spring Grove cemetery, where the body
whs Interred privately liv tbe gTave of Gen
eral Grant' father, tbe Rev. Dr. Joyce
HI r I Iter.
Wii.KKsitAiutrc, Ph., May 14. Tbe min
er and laborer of tho Diamond mine are
onaatrlke. They demand six car loaded
with coal a a day' work. I he company
Montoomkuy, N. Y.. Mav 14. There
wa a heavy frost In thi lection Sunday
night. In tbe low land some Ice formed.
THE THOMPSON TRIAL.
Testimony as to the Reputation of Mist
Hakri iPHiinto, Ky., May 14. The te.
tlmony opened with an effort on the part of
the prosecution to prove tbat Davl failed
to explain the Cincinnati affair to ihe
Thouiphou becauso be (Davln)had been
Informed that the Thompsons after exami
nation, had pronounced tho report wholly
falao. Upon technical ground thi testi
mony wa ruieu nut ny mo court. The
attorney were allowed te disavow the
leHtlmmiv lit the absence nf the tnrv. Th.
prosecution then proceeded to assault Mia
Jessie Buckner' reputation for veracity
and general morality, Jainu A. Toin
lmon, brother of Mr. Secretary of
War Belknap and undo to William
Totnllson, who married Mia Buckner, and
himself, the detective who, a alleged,
traced Mis Bticktinr to a bmwe of such
character, a tocu uo a kctmration between
herself and husband, testified he would not
believe herunder oath, Dr. J. O. Ded
man testlned that her reputation wa so
bail some people said they would not be
lieve her under on, If. Tbo defense handed
limtriictlon to tho court. Thev will argue
that Phil Thompson waa not o'nlv tempor
arily demented with mti, but itnprcheti
aive on good grounds of peril to hi person
and life front Walter Davis.
A. man immnd Win. Williamson wa
"J1 d on Sunday morning, one mile west
of I homnmm station, Mo., by a Wabash
train, lie wa th tnk and laid down on
William Connor, white, aged twenty
kIx, who allot dead two men and cut two
mure during a drunken row at Glen Mary,
lex., wa lynched on Saturday night by
negro miner .
In Indianapolis, on Sunduv, Inane Bike''
jvu murdered by Isaac. Scott ,cav, hi"
brother-in-law, and William Montgomery,
the husband of hi atep-davmhter. All
three men war of disputed habits.
A tllsHstroti conflagration oaiwed in
Aualln, Tex., on Sundny morning. A
number of tine buildings, with the contend
nf valuable Rood, were destroyed. The
1 Itn total lose la ult rwMl tni.l (,,.,.....,
, Oil Sunday morning, near Now Orlenn.
C. M. Hutculnslni, who recently killed a
young man named Lyon In Boisler pariah,
optioa to the cllv. isviia tukuii fi..i,i Iha
r. mrlff'a Dllat Hat wY.A . at nmitraiirliiir MM tt
lull, and Ulivhtd by a Uiob of ilk) maakad
Capetown, Majrll. During the time
tbe cable lino between here and England
nave beoo Interrupted, there baa been a
general rising In Baautoland. Advice
from there of the 10th Inst, reported that
there Has fighting on all sides. Report of
the UMh, however, stated that quiet had
been fairly restored.
The J ere hnnn TrlnL
CmrAfio, 5l;tv 14. Tbo trial of Jen
Dunn for ihe murder of Elliott waa re
aumed In the Criminal Court 'bin morning.
John Dobcrty. a variety actor, was called
for the the defense, and wa allowed lo ro
lat tint assault made by Elliott on a Phila
delphia policeman o a'n Indication of hi
nuiirrelome nature. The court allowed
the defen,.. to unbuilt the rocordofthe
I'ennsylMinla court liilllcting a penitentiary
aentence on Elliott for the assault men
tioned r. Baxter described the nature of
the Injuries sustxincrt ,v I -111111 in bt en
counter with Elliott. Tbey consisted of
bruises on the back mid forehead, a pistol
wound riding the acalp and another in the
' "Paddy" Ryan, (lie pugilist, knew both
Elliot and Dunn and was in the Tivoli res
taurant the night of the tia-edv. He had
a conversation with liuuit immediately
after the-bootlng, when the latter re
marked. "Paddy, It canto off sooner than I ex
pected." On iioKf-examinallon bo dald he had
been a prize-fighter, ami had had a fight
with Sullivan in New Orleans. Wllnea
then confessed thai lie hail told .Mills a few
day before In tlie Stale Attorney' office
he wa o drunk at the time nf tbe shooting
he could not recollect anything about the
The llorl innn Klaurter Mull Ended.
Bloomim.tox, 111., Mav 14. The Jnrv
in the celebrated Hoffman-Robinson
lander suit, ufter bein-r out since last
Saturday morning were brought Into court
to-day, and bring unable to agreo upon a
verdict were discharged. The Jurv stood
eight for the defendant, "Zettie
Roblmton, and four for Hoffman. The
case ha excited the greatest interest
throughout Ihe state. Ex-Rev. II. I).
Hoffman, the plaintiff lit tbe milt, wa
formerly pastor of the First M. E. Church,
In thi city, and wan tried sontri time ago at
a church trial in thi city and before the
conference at Lincoln, III., ujjon the
charge of having seduced Zettie Robinson
while she was living in hi family, lie wa
convicted at both trials. Afterward he
brought suit In the circuit court against Ihe
girl for defamation of hi character. It is
thought that Hoffman will let the matter
drop without further litigation.
Jay Would nnrt lave World.
Nkw York, .Mav II. Jar Gould wa In
Jolly humor after he got rid of the w hite
elephant that nobody wanted, and thi
queltou wa put:
'You have not said yetwhv you dlspuied
of your Interest In the Worltl? '
"Far a variety of reason, but chleflv
because 1 snw au apprehension in the pub'
lie mind Unit tbe pnper imperilled the
liberty of the people, When I perceived
the popular distrust I bow'' to the will of
the jieople, and long a?o offered It for sale.
When Mr. Bennett through bi paper, first
charged that 1 bad designs upon the press
I went him a long cbiegrain offering him
the World for what it had coat ine, I am
glad that I have dliposcd of it, a 1 wish to
put all my affair 111 good shape before
1 rout the Pulpit lo Iha Rlaaje.
l'tTTSBt'HO, Pa.. May 14. An Indiana
Pa., special aaya: Rev. Cba. T. Stock, of
the hvaugeUcul Lutheran Church of thi
city, made hi theatrical debut there
Saturday night u Hamlet and Richelieu.
The HN wa crowded with tbe bent people
of thr town, and thoe capable of Judging,
pronounced bl presence, manner and ap
petence wonderfully Impressive, while
bis enunciation wa good aud hi gesture
and Mime action perfect. Mr. Stock ha
received a letter from th president of tbe
Lutheran Synod, Mating that a noilco of
bii Intention to abandon the ministry for
the Hate bad been received and asking for
explanation liM egard to tbe matter,
Chii aiio, May 14. A Seattlo, W. T.,
pedal says; The iron ateiimsbip Mississ
ippi, owned by the Drctrou Improvement
Company, burned Sunday morning with
1,100 lotis of coal. There wa no tug In
the vicinity to render asvlstance. Tbe tire
spread to the coal hunker, burning five
hundred feet. The chief engineer wa
burned to death. The bunker timber
fell, killing one ui.in and injuring another.
The vesel is a total lo. Mie wa former
ly owned by the Kovcrnmeut and used a a
block;ile ill II tier .
The Miislpd wmr valued at Wi. 000 and
insured. Loss lo dock, tt'i.OOO.
Pnfi tit Bi.fKF. May 14. A number of
St. l.mil-win purchased 11 abort time ago a
I hivc body of uiilnut unil oak titular land
In Butler and Dunklin counties on tin St.
Francis river. The tract embrace nearly
;to,!Ki acre, and it large force of lumber
men are at work getting out timber. Col.
Celsus Price, one of tbe owner, discov
ered three timber thieves at work and bad
them taken to this city. The county of
Butler i selling it hinds and they are being
ranldlv taken up by actual icttlcr. It In
said that Jay Gould ha bought town lot
In this city, and real estate ha correspond
labor Talks Again.
CittfA May II. "The tdiullow mur
mur, while ihe deep are (,unib,"anld ex
senator Tabor lo-tlay when aikcd about the
Hill-Teller imbroglio. "The pre of tho
counlrv hit not treated me with respect, "
he coni. mied, "until have nothing more
to communicate. I could nay considerable
llin Teller mntlitl-. htit I
Tabor and hi bride aro en routo to Osh-
korii, wnere 11 1 unuerstooii no will
try to make it hot for the prleat w ho ha
denounced nl marriage a procured by
fraud and declared Invalid, '
Cincinnati. Mav U Smuinir m..i.ntn
a partv nf eight men rodo up to the hnuan
of Vaughn Hilton, near Jefferaonvllle.
mile from Mt. Sterling, Ky., and awak
ened him, saying tbey were looking for a
horse thief, While he wa kitting on the
edge of hi bed Home of the men fired,
kllllmr him liisiuittlv. ti 111 1 111111 iu ll.tt
known, but It supposed to be in tho In-
.ere-, m inn itnnieil IllinilV, Wlllt'tl lilt a
fuoil with the Hilton,
New Yoiik. Muv 11 ft... ni 111 It list a
this city to-day celebrated PllngHt Montitg.
Large number of societies were engaged In
game, dancing, cto. About fifty mem
ber of the noddy of Clliclnnatl, accotn
piiiilcilby u number of invited guest, left
(hi morning on an exeurainn to the can
loiiiiieiil of the revolutionary army near
NrW IllllsOr.l 111 i.nliun.nnn. I. Ik.
forinallon of Ihe aoelely In May, 18T3.
The New hall Klre lloinanee.
MtMIOWoi' Ml. tl.u II 1 ..k...t.
for .,K0 wa receipted by Mis Klle
lllll'IICS Oil Sal III'llilV In un In.nr.iud ,,,.
puny In Milwaukee which deal In accident
imiiun s, Himwii netrottietl lo Hooeri r.
IIOWlC. a Wisconsin nllilll.ilnr Olio ntlSA
vlcllm ot tho Newhall House tire, In Mil
waukee. He had the policy miido out to
lo hi cweathcarl abnrtlv before the Are a
thoy wero to be married aoon.
Itnrdered Her HnalMtud,
Atlanta, May 14.-8aturd.ty ulghtneo.
Butiicr, colored, wa found murdered In
the aired of Powder Spring. Ill wife
was standing over bliu with a bloodr knife.
Ihe ba tuu held for wurtU.
THE KANSAS CITY
Litest From the Scene of the Whirlwind
The Killed end Other Loaiea.
Kansas Cirv, Mo., May 14. A ry
deatructlve cyclone wept through Ihe
iouiliern and eastern part of the cltv at 5
o'clock veterdny afternoon. The house of
Mr. ,1. C. 1 1 or to 11, on Drlpp treet wa par
tlally detroyed. In the Fourtl Ward the
house of Rev. A. D. Madeira, A. (Jlenn.
I'pton Ely, D. H. Irwin, E. J. Frey and
Keefer' grocery home were demolNhed
and ruined. The wind blew off a corner of
the house of Mr. Cburlc Dagtrett. On
MuGee street the house of Mr. John
lienglee, Dr. Crow and other were de
alroynd.. Crossing Oak itreet, the new
church of theUcrman Evangelical Society,
but recently completed at a coat of $35,000,
wa totally ruined, a were all the
bouse on Fourteenth treet, facing the
park, from Oak to Locut itreet.
A uumber of frame and brick slruut
tire at Thlrtenth and Cherry
"'jed were deatreyed. At Holme
and Thirteenth itreet Colg.'a- clreu
w about reloading It tent. A
number of small boy were standing about.
hn the atorm came up one of the boy,
Willie Siben, eleven year old, took refuge
behind a large wagon. Tbe wagon wa
overturned and he wa crushed to death
beneath It. Tbe fine bouse of Mr. B. S.
Pierson on Twelfth and L. Manlove'a on
HarrUon were blown dowu. On Lydla
avenue the frame house of Mr. Downing
wa destroyed, and on Ninth treet east
of Lydla avenue the new Methodlat
chapel . wa scattered to the wind.
Ihe roof of the Stock Exchmge
wa blown off and the boat house 01 Joe
Burn, a well-known Miaaourl River
ateamboatman, wa knooked to splinter.
The track of the cyclone covered a distance
of about three mile. Tbe norm was ac
companied by torrent of rain and beating
bail. The los on properly will reach
fcKiO.OOO. At least fifty building were
blown down and more badly damaged.
The character of proportv destroyed I
chiefly dwelling and ilirtibbery. The
path of the storm did not touch the bum
ties part of the city, and the toro de
stroyed were sniull retail entabllHhiuent In
tbe residence portion.
o far as known, are four: A citizen, name
unknown; two emploves of Cole' clrcui,
and the boy Meken above mentioned. The
number ot wounded I about fifteen. The
damage by wind aero the country weal of
Wyandotte wa principally to fruit farm,
and the los I placed at $.tu,tx". Four
farm-houses were blown down. David
Reed, a fanner, wa eriouHlv hurt; hi
wife was blown againnt a tree and her neck
broken, she died imtantly. P. W.
Mathews, with a two-year-old child In hi
arm, wit blown K1 feet through the air
and dropped unhurt. Mri. Smith and five
other of a family were sitting
In a small farm-house, when tbe building
was lifted up and carrlod over their bead.
No one was hurt. A large uumber of fain
ilie were rendered temporarily homeless,
a many houe were to daiuaured a to be
rendered unsafe until repaired. -
A special froin.Libertv. Mo,, report tbat
Ihe itoriti did connlderalile damage In tbat
town, Injuring large building and blowing
down .mull ones. A large portion of the
roof of tue Marshall Jewell College waitorn
away. Considerable damage I reported
from Plattonshurg, Davles County, and
from Onondaga, on the 'Krloo Road. A
special from Miwouri City report tint
the cyclone did ome damage
there. I he steamer Bright Light wa un
fastened and blown aero tbe river, lodg
ing on a small bar. Telegram fromOro
nogo, Mo., received thi morning, are to
the effect that th town wa completely
detroyed by thecyclono of yesterday after
noon. Tbe torm lasted fifteen mluutoi
and thon nothing w left of the place.
Two persona were killed outright and
thirty-three other were wounded. A
relief oommlttee la being organized there
A special from St. Joseph stales that a
heavy thunder and wind stufm passed over
Troy. Kansas, sixteen mile west of St.
Joseph, at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
Tbe bouses of F. L. Welton and
Thomas Wright were demolished. No one
Already tho workmen are busy cleaning
the debris from the street aad pachlng up
such houses us are capable ot repair aim
rendering them tenable. Everything Is yet
in coin iM '0 .1 vl complete list of the
wounded and estimate of the Ion of
property cannot be obtained yet. Prof. J.
M. tireenwood. Superintendent of the
Public Schools, bad his ankle broken and
head cut - Tho small loss of life li re
markable. Hundreds of houses were to.
tally demolished and ins 11 v were burled
beneath Iha ruins, and It see in almost a
miracle that no more live were lost.
MAY 14. 181
Crl IC AGO.
-Slow and weaks
!H 4,Vfl M); good to choice shipping
jouocrru ao; common to fair W &H9b 88.
IK Ki.S-Slow.ttitd Oc lower; light $7f7 JJfl;
mixed packing $7 00i7 itt; heavy packing
and shipping $7 VH&l (.
CATTLE Oood to heavy steers $l80rt
SO: light to fair iHnoraijrjo; common to
medium mttivo 100(SJ25; fair to good
Colorado $4(a'. Wlj south vest $.1 76(M; corn
fed Texitns i ".VrWW: common to good
Mocker tHOWt oVi; fair to good feeders
$1 :M 7o; common to choice native eowi
and heifer J IKW4 00; scallawags of any
kind .:WI.V). '
lUKis-Very dull, lower and weak;
buyer ' holding off. Light to
good Yorker 7 I0J7 .'(( mixed to good
packing 4f o7 ; good to extra butch
ers .7 :!.Va7 40; skips and cull yi 40ril uo.
SIIKKP tiood fitt sheared $lf(o; com
mon do dull at WA i W.
Urals., Eie. "
WHEAT May $1 wv b; June $1 13V:
July tl lrt V; August l 1V; September
$1 HISiW.V ; October ifl I7f s ; venr $1 12 .
CORN May; MV; June 67 July 08V;
August till; September H0H ; yeitrM".
OAT-May 41 '. b; June 42V ; July 4l?(
August :i.'i; year 3.1 b.
WHEAT May 1 22; June 1 23' 5 July
COKX-May MS ; June OS V ; July 07.
WHEAT May $1 1,1V b. ; June $1 14 ;
Julv$l 1,V.YiV; August tl 1HH ; Septem
IiitI17V; Otitober $1 18V b.; year
t'ollX May MV b.j JiineM: July 64 to
64 V; August o(l V; September 157 b; year
OATM-May 4:i' h. t June 48Kt July
42 V; August Ml: yemHIH Ii.
Conulr Frodnce, Eie,
Bl TTER-OffcrlnKshirge, mitrkot woaV
and lower and demand light, buvur taking
hold in a way to supply Immediate v ants In
antidilution of a still further decline. Sale
ware at .'w.'ttc tor cnoiee u fnitrv cream
ery; seconds at best dairy rate. "Choice to
fanny dairy 22-82.1, to 24 for election;
fair lo good l.Vr20; common UilO. Near
by make ranges at 78o for common
to 10o?l6 for fair lo choice yellow.
KUOS-Searce and higher; quick dale at
LIVJE rori,TRY-Steatly and otilet.
Quote old chickens-Cock $.1 26rVi'aA0;
mixed (a "!Wr4 26; hens $4 60f4 76. Large
spring chickens, m demand at 60. and
medium slaed HUdi; small toik dead dull
at $U1 60. Notblnf doing u other poul
try. LEAD Dull. Sale, 6 cart reflued i
NUXs Bardtjwetia4, , ,r
That Brown's Iron Bitters
will cure the worst case
of dyspepsia. -
Will insnrea hearty appetite
and increased digestion.
Cures general debility, and
gives a new lease of life.
Dispels nervous depression
and low spirits.vjv.''" .
Restores an exhausted nurs
ing mother to full strength
and gives abundant sus
tenance for her child.
Strengthens the muscles and
ncrvts.cnriches the blood.
fulness, and lack of energy
Keeps off all chills, fevers,
and other malarial poison.
Will infuse with new life
the weakest invalid.
37 Walker St., Baltimore, Dae. i8i.
Kor six yean I have been a great
stifterer from Mli-nd Disease, ly
pepsitt ,a ml Coml i pa liou.and bacuuia
so dcliilltittcd tltut I could not retain
. Anything un my siomach, in fact,
life lu.l almost Income a burdeu.
1 inall , when hope lud almusl left
me, my iunband suing Urows's
Iiion Hitters advertised in the
p.iper, iniliiced mc to give it a trul.
1 am iKiw t k iuif the third bottle
and have not lelt so well In six
ycrs ,ia 1 do at the present time.
Mr. L. Y, Osirria,
Brovn's Ikon Bitters
will have a better tonic
effect upon any one who
needs " bracing up," than
any medicine made.
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