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Impurity of the
IHood, Fever ami
and all Diseases
jmiaed by !
rang ement of Liver, llowi-li and Kidney,
SYMPTOMS OF A DIHKASKI) I.IVRR.
Had lireath; I'aln In the hide , wmirtunei I ho
Biln ii fell under (tie Shoulder-blade, mistaken for
Kheumatiun general ! of appetite; Howell
(enerall costive, sometime alternating with lax;
the head it troubled with pain, i dull a;id heavy,
with considerable ! of memory, accompanied
with a painful temalinnnf leaving undone something
which ought to have been done; a tliKht, dry cough
(nd fluthed face it tometinief an attendant, often
miiuken fof coiiMitnption; the patient complaint
of wearinew and debility ; nervous, eaii'y itartled;
feet cold or burning, lometiinei a prickly sensation
of the skin exi.lt; pirn are low and ifeipondent,
and, although sautfied that exercite would be bene
ficial, yet one can hardly tuiuinon up fortitude to
try it In fact, dittrmtt every remedy, beveral
of the above ytnntriini attend the diteane. Inn cases
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet
examination after death hat thown the Liver to
have been cxtcraively deranged.
It should ba used by -11 person, old aad
t Tonne wb a r any of th lov
symptoms appear, i. . - ;
Persons Traveling or Mring In Un
healthy LooaUt lea, by uki ng a diM orcation
ally to keep the lvr in healthy action, will avoid
ail Malaria, ItlUuua l lacks, 1 hinnru, Nau
tea, Drowtfnett, Depression of Spirit, etc. It
will Invigorate like a glat of wine, but la no la
If Ton have eaten anything hard ot
digestion, or fed heavy after nieali, or aleep
leaa at night, take a doe and you will be relieved
Time and Doctors' lilll will be tared
by always keeping the Regulator
In the House I
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
safe purgative., alterative and tonic caa
never be out of place. The remedy It harmless
and does not Interfere with business or
IT IS PCRfXV VKfJKTABLK,
And hat all the power and efticy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the tiijuriout after effect.
A riovernors Testimony.
Simmons Liver Kegubtor has bees in use In my
family for some lime, and I am satisfied it it s
Valuable addition to the medical tcience.
J. Gill Shostsx, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alrtamler If. Stephens, of ;.,
tayt: Have derived tome benefit In. in the uie of
Simmons Uver Kegulauir, and with to give it s
"The onlv Thing; that nevi-r fan a to
Relieve." I have uved many remediet for Dys
pepsia, Liver Auction and IeKiiity, but never '
have bund anything lo benefit me to the extent
Simmons l.ior Regulator hat. I tent from Mis.
oesota to (rforgia for it, and would end further for
such t medicine, and would advise all v. ho are lira
ilarly affected to live it a trial at It teemt the only
thing Uiat never lailt lo relieve
I'. M Jakhpt, MinneapoUt, Minn.
Dr. T. W. SUson sayst From actual ex
pericact in the uie of Simnnmt I jver K emulator ia
ay practice I have been and am Minified to ux
sad prctcribe it u a purgative medicine.
fOTTake only the Genuine, whith alwsyi
ha on the Wrapper the red Z Trale-Mark
sad Signature of J. H. ZKILIX 4 CO. -
FOR SALE BV ALL DRUGGISTS
EOKGE II. LEACH, H. I).
PhvH.cian and Surgeon.
Bpttclal attention paid to the lfomeopslhlc trust
munt of surgical disauus, and dis.atos of wotnts
Offlce: Un 14th strnnt, oppotlta the Pott OH e.
pit. J. E. STHONO,
128 Commercial Ave., Cairo, III.
VAPOU, EI.ECTltO VAI'Olt kd MBDICATKU
A lady in atteudance.
QR. W. C JOCKLYN,
omcK-Blgbtk Btrset. near Como SKta! Avsnoe
R. B W. wniTLOCK,
Orncs-No. 1M Commercial 'Avsnns. bitwetm
Kf kl'j and Ninth Htrteta
EW YOUK 8TOKK.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
O. C). Ar. CO..
Cor, Miliotoonlh tlreut I
omnlrla, Avmin' f
Shop ou Ualllday Avunau, bciwenn r'nttrtb and
blxth BtrcDtn, Cairo, Illinois.
t3tT-All klndt ol Huhtsndhuavy HUcktmllhliiil,
wagon and carriage work dono In the moi-twnilt-manlike
uiaunor. Huras-tlioolng a specialty and
satlfsctlon gunraii teed .
Otb Struei., Irttwoun Utiut'l Ave. -ud Lovuo.
CHOKE BORING A BPJtUlAtTY
ALL KINDS VV AMUNITIOS.
aftt Htjtlred. All Kinds ot Ken Made.
wan. j L .M..J
Grand Procession of the Army
of the Potomac.
Newt from Other Point.-The Ha
lena, Ark., Debt Compro
mlsed Industrial and
f VVashinoi)?, I), c. Mar 16. r)(ji!t
the lowering t:loutl nd tlirr-Hlrncil wphiIht
if Tucmlity, lo-clsty Iihh jiroveil mom
aiispli.-otiN for tin- omi!iik (mthidhiiIcm of
ihn IP-union of the Army ot the l'ulniimo.
Tbe ihowcrs of Tunaday' lalt! thtitlnst, a
fresh hrct'.e from the northcuHl tilth a
aloudli'M sky and brlKht suitahiue mad. the
day a tierfVct one, ttoth for those who
marched in the prrx-flin nni fur the
thoiistida of KpectHtorti who, from an tarlv
hour linetl the strei'ta. Hy nine nYlurk
the vitriotis linlfornied militiirv or
pnlzutlnni. which were to titke purl
III the parade were oh the move,
and found of 111 11 11 1 l inuili: gret'ieil
the ear from 1 dogen ntiaiti ri. At elfvcit
o'clock the eacort, iiiwIt the fointniiiiil 0
Brevet MaJ.-Oen. It. Ii. Aviet, 1'. S. A.,
took their Million along Hflei-nlh clreet,
wltb their right retlng on renna) liuni.t
svptiue. The society of the Army of Hie
rotoiniic, under the foinimtnd of (ien. A.
A. Huinphni'N. pienldcnt of the "oelely
and his Maff formed In foliiimia of fours at
the ltlugs hoiine and at 11 r.Hi tlin provealnii
nioied, pamiliiK In review lietnre the htitnil
rreutpd upon Ihe pHvement opposite tlte
White llotiae. IeiiRe crowds of people
lined the entire route of Ihe procsMnn anil
f;ave ample occupation to the mounted po
le In keeping a pHtnie o en for the pro
fession. Shortly In-fore 12
o'clock the president wsh no irieil
of the approach of the pro
eeaslon, and with the members of hi ( hII
net and other Invited gueals proceeded
acrotH the lawn to the atand which win
approaehed liy a flight of tepi from wlihin
the White, Mouse ground. I'pnn the stand
I II K l-KKMIIiRNT,
Secretaries Lincoln and Tidier. Attorney
General Brewster, rottniter-ieneral
Greahain, Justice Field, eritor Millnr
(f'al.) and Holler l. t.'.), ex-Senator
Wlndotn, epr.eutHtives Mi-KinleT hihi
8. 8. Cox. The FnglUh. French. Span
ish, Brazilian and ( hinese mlniters and
ladle, of Oielr fsinilles, W. W. Corcoran
Gen. Miermm and tiaff fen.
Hazen, fien. K. S. Cnlef.
Gen. I.lvermore." Gen. InRalN. firn,
8ehoA'ld. Admiral Nicholaa, Adinusl
Rowan, the ( onimU-duni r of the IiKtrh t.
ex-PoatmaXers f.enrrHl Horatio Kint:, J.
J. Creawell, Martha) McMlrhnc ami oili
er. The bead of the procession reached
the stand at 12:10, and the luM of the car
rlaees which hrotiKht up the rear pased at
12:W p. m. Of the Society of the At my of
the 1'ototnae there were about seven hun
dred men In line, and together with ttie
lariout orimnlzations coniposhiK the crt
shout M,0oit men passed In review. AIouk
the Una of march there was a liheial
dltplsy of huntinK nnd much enthusiasm.
It was toe first representative fathering of
the Army of the Totomac in Washington
tine ; the war, and as the soldieia of
twenty years atro marched pt the stand,
many of tbem grey-beaded aud henrdetl
and bowed with the weight of intervening
ysart It recalled the review of 'i0; when
the army of the Potomac inarched up the
avenue and paused in review before the
President 10.UOO strong. In the nroees
were manr well-known and familiar
faces, aud there wat a constant Interchange
of recognition between the passing veter
an and those upon the nana. At 1 o'clock
the etoort was dismissed at the RU'iis'
House (the point from which tho posses
sion started) and the society of the armv of
tbe Potomac marched to the White Home,
and paid thair respects to the President,
who received then) In the East Koom, and
greeted each member as he was presented
The Star Route TrUL
"gH!N(iTON, D. C, May 18.
becan tbe sixth dsy of bis address
lurr In the Mar Koute Tilal this morninir
keferrlnic to Turner, he charged tba proi
eoullon bad stained hi name and caused
bis discharge from his oMice, when they
knew there was no oase against him. Bliss
Indignantly denied the charge, saying
Turner bad been discharged from the In
dictment by Government counsel. Iia
vldge reminded the counsel Turner bad
been acquitted by the Jury. The court
aid Turners was not now upon trial and
thottld not he referred to. Davldge re
marked the spirit of the prosecution was
Wilson resumed bis argument. He de
scribed Tyner'i method of calculating al
lowennes for expedition and called atten
tion to the fact that every detail of tbe
equipment of routes, was taken Into an
count and tbe second assistant postmaster
general necessarily aconpted as true the
oontractor'a statoment of his requirements.
Otherwise the department would have been
foroed to employ a horde of men to travel
over the country and investigate every
affidavit. Brady placed a check upou the
contractors for refusing to allow more than
fftO per mile for good service. It was the
duty 01 the corresponding clerks to brief
the affidavits upon the Jackets inclosing
papers. Was Brady to assume the clerks
falsified these papers? How could be know
tbe affidavits had been altered!1 Somebody
bad to be trusted.
Brewer's) Con vent Ion.
DbTHOIT, Mich., May 1. The annual
convention of the Tnlted States Brewers'
Association began last evening w ith a gen
eral reception in Harmonic Hall and a cpu
cort by tbe Great Western Band, 'flic re,
are some 4H0 delegates here. President H.
B. Sliai nlaunn In the chair. There will he
carriage drive to-morrow afternoon, a
banquet In the evening, and tbe festivities
close on Friday mornitur with an excursion
on the river.
The Trunk Railroad.
Nbw York, Slay IB. The Joint execu
tive committee (freight, department) of the
trunk lino railroads nnd their western con
nections, to-day resumed consideration of
tbe adjustment of freight rates. It has
been resolved to take the rate-making
power out of tho hands of the managers
and vest It In the committee. The subject
of discussion to-duy was the report of the
suh-oommittse appointed to prepare tbe
details of arrangement.
Richmond, V., May lt.,Tudge Bond
o-day, In the United States Circuit Court,
In tbe Baltimore and Ohio Ilallroad cane,
granted a preliminary injunction to stop the
sale of the company's property seized for
A Cold Blooded Harder.
' VlCKMU'RO, Mis., May 16. Jns. T.
ITazlett was shot and instantlv killed by B.
Q.Cook at 11:80 to-day, Tbe act was
pronounced by all wbo witnessed It a cold
5fw Orlrans, May 18. Jefferson
Davit Ii much better this morning. He la
somewhat weak, hut not In lmtuudlate
peril frent the throat dUeaae,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS', THURSDAY
n 1 III llfttn irliiTilnn i n
laternMlotistl T. M. C A.
Milwaukee, May 1ft. The Internationa'
convention of the Y. M. C. A. Mr tun
United HI ales and the British provinces
opened this morning at the Grand Avenue
Congregational church with live hundred
delegatus In attendance. Presld'ng Oflicer
Wheat and Secretary Bowno served until
tho following officer were elected for
the ensuing yr: President, C. L. Colby;
Milwaukee; firtt vice-president, K. II.
Warner, of the District M Columbia; sec
ond vice-president, J. Murray Smith, of
Montreal; third vice-president, l. !
Iloughtellng, of Chicago; fourth vlee-prcs
ident, Jas. Bowroti, fifth vlcc-iiresidciit,
J. A. Jewell, of Hurl ford; sixth vice
president, II. R. f hiiinberlln. of Denver.
C'ol. ; recording secretary, K. H. Hatch, "f
Kansas City, Mo.; assistant secretaries, .1.
N. Shannon, of Quebec. C K. olii r, of
Huston, hiuI 11. L, sheadan, of sn Fran
cisco. The opening address was delivered by
Mr. Wheat, the retiring president. Ad
dresses were also delivered by IVrry Hank
ard, of the London, Kngland Association;
W. II. Newell, of Ihe .Manchester, Kng
land. Associulion. ami other.
Congiiittllaiory ralilcgrams were read
from the Karl of Shaftsburv, resiili'iit of
the llllted lilnudnni Asocialioii ; 1 1 err
Sidileinnlmcb, president of the .'tilled (As
sociation of fieriuitny. The afternoon
meeting was called to order Ht 8 o'clock.
About seven hundred delegates were
Iiresetit to listen toth initial address of C.
Colby, the newly e!cted president. i,
V. A. A. Klehle, of Milwaukee, tlellvereil
an address of welcome which was re
sponded to by H. Thanemll'er.
Pn i SBClttiii, May l'i. The Coal Miner'
Arbitration Committee did not meet
Friilav as was expected, and will not
probably have a session before to-morrow.
Meanwhile the miners' oflicer report
several hundred more miners will Jnln the
OvertiO.OUO miners are represented in
in the great Inter-State Mining Convention
here. A permanent orgunlation was
effected, and the convention is addressing.
Itself busily to work. Steps will be laken
to perfect Ihe general organization and to
obtain uniform rates of wages in competing
lections, nnd so prevent cutting of the
prices by coal operutiors. Some pl:in for
striding tbe production will slso be
Kach delegate was called upon for an
opinion is to what form of organisation
shall be adopted. At the end a commit
tee of Ave, two fron Pennsylvania, one
from Ohio, Illinois and Maryland, nan
pointed to recommend a plan. The Mary
land delegation want the oriraiil.illnii to
be consolidated wlih the Knights of La
bor. ClNClNNsTI, Mav 10. Tbe lock-nut
against I'uion shoemakers continue:
nearly 4,000 employes are out of work, and
it Is the biggest lock-out the trade has ev
lierienced In the West. The I'nioii men
nave formally resolved that inaniifaiiuict
have violated the arbitration agreement,
nnd they demand an investigation. Both
sides are firm.
The Cyclone In Indians nnd Ohio.
Cincinnati. May 10. Reports have
been received of the ravages Mond ay nidil
of tbe storm in Indiana and Ohio, shnwiuu
tbe cvclono swept across twelve mile in
length ;bout six miles north of Conneis
ville. Indians, with a path a few rods wide,
striking the little village of Waterloo, and
destroying every house but three In if. and
doing great damage to tbe farms In its
Eatb, but Injuring nobody. A line iron
ridge over Whitewater river was whirled
to pieces. In the southern part of Wayne
county adjoining, much damage wax done
to farms, houses were unroofed, and on.
or two people slightly Injured. Tbe same,
storm passed through Preble county, Ohio,
unroofing bouses snd barns, and doing
damages estimated at $70,000. Farther
east atGermantown and Mlamisburg there
wa a severe bail-storm, doing immense
damage to vegetation. The fruit was al
most wholly destroyed.
LoflSvit.I.F. May lb. The Democratic
Stale Convention assembled in this cltv at
noon to-day. Feelings run high. It is
admitted that the contest will be between
Hon. J. Proctor Knott and Col. T. I..
Jones, both ex-member of Congress.
Knott has 179 delegates Instructed for hint,
and the Courier-Journal savage wdil get
-"Jl of tbe H73 vole that will elect. Jones
has ll2 delrgates Instructed for him, aud
tbe Courier-Journal says be will gut a total
of 2n3 votes. Buckner expect to get 12!
on the first ballot. It is deemed anybody's
race; but Proctor Knott is viewed as a
little ahead. The platform will call for a
tariff for revenue only.
Tbe Hloddarri Shooflnar.
Nkw York, May 10. The absorbing
topic of conversation in Jersey Citv- I the
extraordinary death of Mrs. Maria C.
Stoddard, who was killed by a shot from a
pistol In the band of her husband,
the Rv. E. L. Stoddtrd, the rector of St.
John's Epiioopa! Church 011 Summit
avenue. Wild and contradicting rumors
were circulated on Bergen Heights as to
manlier in which the shooting occurred.
Mr. Stoddard, who is said to be
prostrated with grief, declined to make
any statement for publication,
began this morning. Stoddard was the
first witness. He detailed tbe manner of
tbe accident, but tt. does not differ ma
terially from the reports published hereto
fore. Chinese Consulate In Chicago.
Chh'auo, Mav 1. It is announced the
l'ckin government has decided to establish
a consulate in this city, to consist of two
member, one American and one Chinese,
who will devote themselves to the protec
tion of subject of the Celestial Kmpire, of
whom there arc 7hi engaged in various av
ocation here. Claim have been made
that the police bad raided the resorts of
these people indiscriminately nnd have
thus confounded tbe innocent with the
guilty. Certain of the China
men have requested a representative of
their government to whom tliey can make
The Cherokee Conncll.
CmcAtto, May 10. A Muskogoe, Indian
Territory, special say the Cherokee Coun
cil ut Its flrst session! Monday, unpointed a
committee to consider what disposition
should he made of the, WU.OOO for lands
west of the nlnetv-slxth principal meridian.
After rejecting the proposition of tho Cher
okee Strip Live Stock Association to lease
the Cherokee Strip, and considering a like
proposition from tho Cherokee Livo Slock
Association, the council adjourned for the
Tnalnir Telegraph I'oles.
Wit.MiNnroN, Did., May III. The
Western Union Telegraph ' Company's
attorney thlt morning promised to pay un
der prolosl a municipal tux of 1 per pole.
The city Council had directed the Tt v
Auditor to remove the pole from the
streets If tho company still roiused to pay
tax, which nmounls to &.")().
A 35,000 lllace.
HAMni Rti. Iowa, May 111. Tho niiilnr'
Mock owned by W. II, Wood and Ihe
building of the Hamburg Marble Works
burned Tuesday morning. Loss f .!.', 000 j
CitMTNNATi, Ohio. Mav 1(1. The Con
ductors' Association of 'the United State"
are holding their twelfth annual meeting
here. . ,
Stt.vgR Lakr, Ind., May If). Ten bust
nesi housos and three smaller structures'
burned bare Tuesday morning. Loit i 12,
OUtf; insurance I,w6.
M0RN1NW. MAY 17. IM3
HI -HARMS SENTENCED.-
Landlord. Threatened Pkading Guiltj
American Pork-South Amer
THOMK t IKCt I.ARS.
LlVKRl'Oiii., May It). Patrick O'Brien,
formerly Secietarv of the Liverpool Land
League, Michael llynes. printer, and Pal
rick Siatler, foreman lo llvties. have been
arrested for printing nnd spreading the cir
culars forwarded to the tradesmen In Dub
lin, recently, which were termed .u
Analysi of Special Juries on Klghlecn
Trials I'nder tin) Crimes Act," and in
which person having the irvnls of tlno
Juror were thrratined. Tliev were re
manded for trial and admitted to bail."
Dt BUN, Mav Id. -The trial of Kit -hnrri.
the car driver, as an aece ory after
the fact to the murder of Cavendish anil
liurke, was noncluded this niornlnf. The
Jury returned a verdict of guilty itgaiust .
ill in and he was sentenced to pemJ tcrvt
tude for life.
I ttLK BILLS.
DUHI-If, May Itl.-The tJiuayl Jury has
found true bill for conspiracy to murder
uiraiimt Kingston, (iihuey' and llealy,
charged witb a conspiracy to' murder Pool '
and a true bill for threatening murder
against llsthlst Brady, who ws charged
with making threats against the life of tbe
foreman of the Jury which convicted hi
brother Joe Brady.
TIIIIK. ITHMMI LANDLORDS.
It . i.l.I v A . May HI. A mint named
Patrick (tally has been arrested on a cliai ue
of conspiracy to innrdet landlords In the
vicinity of Balllna. It I expected many
other arrests on tho same chart; will l
AN INKKnVw:, M tt'lllNK.
Bali.a, Mav 16. Altogether six person
weie arrested at Ballina on the charge of
consp racy to murder landlord. An In
fernal machine and a number of firearm
belonging to the prisoner wer seized. It
is believed the arrests and elurts were
made through the evidence of an informer.
rt.KADINIt OI II.TV.
Dublin, Mav It. Daniel Ddaney,
charged with conspiracy to murder, wa
arraigned and pleaded guilty. Kdwartt
McCaffiey, who, last week, was atiai.'tied
on the same charge, withdrew hi plea of
not guilty and tuostltuted a plea of irulliy.
Sentence's were deferred. Thomas M irtlit.
Indicated for conspiracy to murder, pleaded
guilty, hut was lUlowed bis liberty on un
dertaking to leave the country. Kingston
snd sTlibney were then ' arraigned
on a charge of conspiracy to
murder, and both pbsdl imi guilty.
DtiBLtx. May lfl. Freeman's Journal
acknowledges nearly H"0 additional ul
scrlption for Parnell fund, A number of
firietts are among Ihe conirlbtrtors. Thi
the first answer to the Vatican. Indig
nation against Home I spreading and
universal Interest is now aroiw-d.
Concerning the Pope' circular
Krecniann Journal say: It
i tMe most important ' docu
ment since Adrian's fnmnus bull. The
Vatican I grossly misinformed. It It cen
sures the illustrious and beloved Arch
bishop Casbel It must also censure nine
other distinguished prelate, and th entire
priesthood. All must obey the Pope's
commaud but the regeneration of Ireland
will yet be effected by the union of priest
Bf.K1.IX, My 10. The North Germ 1111
Gazette attempts to prove by statistics that
the danger of contracting trichinosis from
American pork 1 sixty time greater than
it I from German pork, snd refers to thu
latest reports of the sanitary orhVer at
Chicago, Er and Boston, and publica
tions in the New York Medical Journal, to
prove t lie correct nesi of itssiatonieuis, The
Gazette declare that the inpoctlon of pork
on it arrival at German pons lias proved
useless. It says that the iiiantlty of Amer
ican pork consumed In Germany i
small, and is decreasing, and that'th
question, therefore, I not of economic
Vienna, Mav in. It Is rumored M.
Waddlngion will return to France from
Moscow after the coronation of the Czar,
by wav of Vienna.
TIIK ('t)I'NT DK CHAMBORI),
PaHI. May 1H. Accounts of the condi
tion of the health of Count tie Chambord
are conflicting. The Union tleolares he Is
well, while tbe Temps say he is erluulv
III, ai:d It I probable hi friend
are uneasy and endeavoring to conceal
the seriousness of hi condition from the
AN AHCHIHT8 ARHKH.1 Kl.
Pari. May 18. Six Anarchist have
been arretted for circulating sedition
pamphlets among troops.
MOI'TIf AM FHIC.
New York, May 16. The Tribune lay:
The darkness which ha brooded o long
over Chili and Peru nt last seem to be
breaking away. According to the cabin
dispatches a treaty of peace between thu
two republic ha been signed and con
firmed. The detail are meagre. No ref
erence Is made to the statu of tho prov
ince of Torapaea, but for a long time It ha
been assumed that this wa Irre.rlevably
lost to Peru. Tacnaand Africa, however,
now are ceded lo Chill for ten year. At
the end of that time a plebiscite I to de
cide to which country these provinces ahull
finally belong. The country securing them
will pav an Indemnity to the other. Tint
the peine negotiation which wer no brok
en off over a year and a half ago have com
to a conclusion. Peru is left dismembered
snd bleeding, but her soil I free from the
invader nd she can now begin to gat her
herself together a tbe Iflnt step toward
A Tmt Pocket-Book l.oal.
Nb-wYohk, May 18. Captain William
B. Mclntyre, who ba commanded
the steamer Sherman, running be
tween this city ana Poughkeepsie,
hut wbo for sevoral years past has
lived in Colorado, lost a pocket
book on Sunday wJiioh contained 7.V.mk)
In bonds of the Milwaukee A Ht. Paul Kail
way, fTD.OOft In stock certificates of the
Belmont Mining Company, about t-V"!
in casn, three notes aggregating
over $40,000, and some private
paper. The captain (list missed It
while waiting his turn lu the Ashland
House barber shop. He I vjnable to snv
whether he lost it In the hotel, on the
street, or lu the residence of a friend with
whom he -a staying. None of the paper
Ottawa, May 1.-The demand of Ihe
striking American boatmen bave been ac
ceded to. The rate will be ft par tboiuand
Gov. Crittenden ba limed a proulama
tlonlofferlng a reward of $1110 for the arrest
of Kohert Ashcroft. who killed Charles
Click In Carter county , November 8, 1SS2.
In Steubonvllle, Ohio, on Tuesday after
noon. Michael Brannon, seventeen year
old, fatally stabbed Julius Zimmerman, a
buy of hit own age, They Bad quarreled
Al Bonhara, Text, on Tutiday, Ml
Bragg, nlecjofGen. Bragg. eaturaUd her
clothing win coal oil, and then applied a
lighted match. Cause, protraotea Ill
heal tb. Bhawlll die.
' In Chicago,
Thomas Walsh, who
waipfea fill wire to
death with a leather
futVty, was aeoienotd
A dolling INibl Cora Broinla7 '
St. Louih, May ltl.-Tht Helena, Ark.,
Commissioner! held a flual meeting here
with the creditor of the city this morning.
The latter assured the commission that the
assent of a majority of the creditor could
no doubt he obi allied to tbe batlt 01 settle
ment reached, vl: The debt to he scaled
50 per cent, and tbe new 30-year bonds to
bears, 1, 6 and 0 per cent., tbe increase
accruing every five years, and a paper wa
prepared pledging the signer thereof lo
tbe arrangement providing those holding
three-fourths of the debt assent thereto. It
wa agreed that Judge Roe, of Little
Rock, should, In the Interest of
the creditor, draw the new
bond. whlcb then should be
submitted to the Helena Commissioners,
and the Third National Bank of
St. Louis, was designated at the
agent to make the exehnnga of old bonds
The Commissioner, with the citizens of
Helena who accompanied them hither ami
assisted in effecting thu compromise, well
pleased with their success, and confident
that the agreement would be welcomed bv
the people of Helena. With such relief
from taxation a the compromise would af
ford, thev entertained no reason that Hel
ena should not once more proper. They
accord no alight prnle In the getter
ou manner in which they were re
ceived and treated by tbe St. Louis credi
tor of Helena.
Ni i.onla Items.
I. n. ok o. v.
T., Lofia. May ln.-Tbe Missouri
Grand Lodge of Odd fellow contiuueil
their session In Odd Fellows' Hall Hit
morning. The report offl hd Grand Masr
showed charter Issued and lodges Insti
tuted at Cameron, Sparta, Weablnan and
I'lUna. Lodge wet .(instituted, to which
It is recommended that the Grand Lodge
issue charters, at Morlcr, Avalon,
Averyvllle, Buffalo, Clearniont, St. Joseph,
K Dorado piintr. Klad Spring, two at
Kansas City, Coloms. Vahburu ami
Prliieelon. Charter have hocu restored to
lodge at Lathrop, Greenfield, Alton and
Mound City, The Grand Master said that
he had declined a number of lodge per
mission to solicit aid. a it would lis onlv
the beginning of a raid on the treasury of
theOrder that would tend to greatly crip
ple It energies.
Tiir, KX. OHIIIOM.
Clirt el 11) notice has been given that a meet
ing of the stockholders of the St. Louis
Kxposiilon aud Music Hall Association will
be convened on July 1H from V it. m. to rt.
p. in., to vote upon the proposition to In
crease ti e capital stock to I'lO.otMi, and
also to aet upon tbe proposed by-lax nf
the association. Th call 1 signed by u
majority of the Board of Director.
THE THOMPSON TRIAL
Eloquenoe of the Attorneys "Fire f
IlARRODaBLRti, K)., May lfl. In tha
Pbll Thompson trial the Commonwealth
opened argument thi morning, Judg'1
Another lister and the widow of Pavia.
heavily draned in mourning, entered tho
room during Blackburn' argument. The
court several times during the argument
uppresed tha applause of the crowd.
Tbe only applaue given to the defense was
during Voorhees' argument. Blackburn ,
contrary to expectation, argued the
case on the high plane of avoiding a itump
speaking and pettifoggery. An Im
mense crowd of attorneys wa within the
George Denny, who spoke for the Com
monwealth, is the attorney who. at Lan
caster, in the prosecution of the outlaw
Kennedy, after receiving threats against
hi life, laid his revolvers on the table be
fore blni, and opened his anriimnnt with
reading the threatening letter, followed
with the remark: ".Now let the killing
begin." Senator Robblns, for tbe Com
monwealth, ha killed hit man, and Mor
ton, for the prosecution, hear a howle
knife scar In tho face. The utmost cour
tesy, dignity and decorum, has character
ized tbe entire trial.
MAY 1H, 1833.
CATTLE Dull and weak: eipnrte
ft) MVtftl to; good to choice shipping $6 'MM
6 common to fair W WM 8S.
HOGS Market low and SfcrtDo lower;
light 16 90'37 80; mixed packing $0 MH
7 ft); heavy packing and shipping $7 Bori.
NT. I.OI 18.
CATTLE Good to htav steers 10;
light to fair Wil'D; common to
medium native .ft 'll 2.; fair to good
Colorado $rrf8 60- Southwett $3 7oJMO:
oorn fed Texan .MM; common to good
stoukers $4 40(34 0g; fair to good feeder
t4"'V$5 60; common to oholoe native oow
and heifer 90r 15: scallawags of any
kind !f!litf8 M),
HOGS Weak and lower on large offer
ing; demand active. Light to good
Yorker $7715; mixed peohlng W ixir6
7 20; round mixed lot W 70r37; good
butchers to extra $7 2OW40; skips and
cull $fl 2.VrH 40.
SHEKP Sheared; common to medium
M2iVra7ri; fair to good $404 50; prim
$4(I.Vrf4 86; Texas common to prime SM
WIIKAT-Lower; closing June $1 IS";
Julv fl 14'sttl 14', ; August $1 14 ; Sep.
tombnrfl 14 S; vear fl V1H.
CORN Lower; May 51 ; June 63V;
JtllvMW; August Aat.
OATS-Lower; My 3's Juno 43 K;
July 41 S'.
WH KAT Lower, doting at $113
June; H4'ftl 14 V July; tl 14 August ;
$1 l4rH September; fl 10 V year.
CORN Lower: Mk May; flS'r June;
M July: fi2H Augtiat.
OATS-Lower; 43 May; 4.1.V June;
H KAT May H-121; June $1 21July
CORV-May (14 V: June 64V; July ftfl'i-.
OAT8-My4H; June4i; Julv49.
Country Protlaee, Efe.
BUTTER Sales wore at MrSc for
choice to fancy creamery; seconds at best
dairy rates. Choice to fancy dairy 22;',');
fair to good lBrrf'20; common (XaiO. Near
by make ranges at ICdHe. for ooramon
to 10r?l(V for fair to choice yellow.
KGGS -Scarce, fa good demand , and
m iner at. 18.
LIVE POULTRY-We quote :Cock $3 ISO
AM 78; mixed $4tt4 'M, and bens $4 onto
4 7A, Recelpti of spring chickens light ;
large In brisk demand and firm, while tha
small aro slow sale; quote choice to fancy
large U oOrSA 60; medium slaed $&tt4, anil
mall l Wtt2. Ducks dull and neglected
at W 7rW8. and turkeri at $It312.
LEAD Quiet and nominal; refined
$4 1'iK; hard (4.
. ' M LIVKRPOOlo
Wheat and oorn dull. Country markets
itetdy. No. I spring and red winter wheat
off ooaat doolined 8d. California wheat
off ooaat deollntd 6d.. Weather In Envland
favorable. Hoot wbaat dull and easier
0. t spring 6s Jd: No. spring 0s 8d;
sstern winter 9e ldi California, de-
cllnsd Id: mlisd western eorn dull and
easlu at la tH. banana from Tailed
w mw V I STM1-HI
Kingdom aa CUom (
m4 wrau --'
CoMUieM OuU iwr wheat
That Brown's I ron Bitters
will cure the worst case
Will insure a hearty appetite
and increased digestion.
Cures general debility, and
; gives a new lease of life.
Dispels nervous depression
and low spirits.
Restores an exhausted nurs
ing mother to full strength
and gives abundant sus
tenance for her child.
Strengthens the muscles and
nor vcs.enrichcs the blood.
Overcomes weakness, wake
fulness, and lack ofenergy
Keeps off all chills, fevers,
and oilier malarial poison.
Will infuse with new
the weakest invalid,
37 Walker St., r:iltiinnr, Per. iR8t.
for ix yirars I tiavf hrtn a great
sufferer from WrA Pis"', Ty
k. lclllii.iied th.it I nsilH not retain
tmyiliin,; on tny smmai.ri, as fact,
life I1.11I almost Iftcome a harden.
1 ln.illy, when lipa rud almost left
me, ni' luislraiid siting Brown's
I hum Hit nun Sdvcrtised (B the
ouper, induced uie UK.ive It a trul.
I am nw iMnx tlia third hmtlt
and hrfte not fell 10 well In lis
ycip. .1.1 1 du at t'.ie prctent time.
Mrs. I- 1. CiairrtN.
Brown's Iron Bitters
will have a better tonic
effect upon any one who
needs " bracing up " than
any medicine made.
U1KCITY NATIONAL li.VNK.
IX ( ':itr.. llltti'ilM.
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THO. W. UiVI4I,lllA.V.
Kltl'ltlSR NAVlMi HANK,
KXCIil'SlVKItVA SAVINtiS HANK.
CAl UO, ILLINOIS.
FLOUR, R A IN AND HA.
Egyptian Elourin Jfills
Blirhent faHli PHr PsM for Wbe.
PR0PRIKTOH OF BrHOAT'8 PATKNT
VCt UYTHE CAU LOAD OR TON.WIU
TACKED FOR SHIPPINO
Oar JLoad 8jwitvltv.
Cor.TTveUtli Street tsA tow,
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