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Wot Of sppU,
Impurity of (ha
Illoorf, Feser and
dI all Ils
oannwd ljr Ie-
riicment of Uvr, Uowelt snd Kidneys.
TMPTOMS OF A MSEASKr LITER.
Had llreaih; l'ain In tka fciric, somettutas th
Eaia it felt under the Shoulder-blade, mltUken for
heumitum; general lt of appetite; Howob
S aurally coalive, sometimes alternating with lax; '
i bead It troiibkd with pain, Ik dull aad heavy.
with coeuiderable lnt of aieinory, accompanied
with (painful Mnaatinn of leaving umlone touMlhint
hied ought to have been done; a ulitfht, dry cough
and iukbed face ii torn time an attendant, oftea
BiiaUken for cnnaiunpiiunj h patient toinplaiae f
of wearineM and deliilityt nervous, anally itatlle"; i
cold or burning, biiuetlme a prickly tematioa 1
of the akin exitta; spinla are low aud despondent, '
and, although satisfied that exerciae would be bene- (
ficial, yet one can hardly tumniou up fnrdtude to
tnr It hi fact, distrusts every remedy 4 Seweral
of the above ivniptotiK attend the diteaae, '! cases
have occurred when but few f them exwled, yet
lamination after death haa ahowa the lire to
have beeo cxMnaively deranged.
It should be na4 by all persons, old d ,
young , whrnierer smjr of tho lova
, awanptomg apyaor. ' ' . ,
Person Traveling or Urlng la tla. .
healthy Localities, ly takings dote otnuon.
ally to keep the liver in healiliy action, will avoid
all Malaria, lUlloun attack, Hit emeu, Nau
aea, Drowine, Depreuion of Spirit, etc. It
will Invigorate like a glut of wine, but Is uo In
If You have eaten anything hard of
digestion, or feel heavy afier mealt, or sleep
let at night, uke a duae and you ill be relieved.
Time and Doctor' mil will he tared
by always keeping the Ilegulutor
in the Ilouarl
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
ale purgative, alterative and totile can
sever oe out of place. The remedy it harmleM
and doe not interfere with builneaa or
IT IH rntEf.T VKOETAm.B,
And hat all the power and efficacy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injur ioua after elfntt. '
A Governor' Testimony,
Simmons 1 jver KeguUlor hat been in ute in my
family for tnme lime, and I am unified it It a
valuable addition to the medical wienie.
J. Gill bHiTKN, (lovernor of Ala.
Hon. Alrsamler If. Kt.-jlnn, nf fia.,
aayt: Have derived f inic benefit fr"tn the ute oi
Simmon! Uver KeguUtor, and with to give it a
"The only Thing that never full to
Relieve." f have ued manv rrmedie for Dyt
peptia, Uver Affection and lability, but never
have found anything to benefit me to the rutent
Sim room Liver Regulator hat. 1 tent from Min
nesota to Georgia tr it, and would tend further for
euch a medicine, and would advue all who are aim
ilarly affected to give it a trial at it tcemt the only
thing that never uilt to relieve
P. M. Janksv, MinneapJii, Minn.
Dr, T. TV. Mitaon any I From actual e
perieace in the ute of Simmont Uver K'tulator in
my practice I have been and ant taiitficd to ute
and prescribe it aa a purgative medicine.
frTke only the Genuine, which alwayi
hat on the Wrapper the red 7. Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. II. ZKII.1X & CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
NOTA UY PUHLIO.
OFFICE With U. U. CMlee, City Ssliousl
EOKOE Ii. LEACH, M. I.
Phvuician. and Surgeon.
Special sUsntloo paid to the Humeopttbic Ire it
Bent of surreal dia, and djrxjut of women
mA .hllilMi '
IMBce: On Ista street, opposlu the Pottfll
JJU. J. E. STRONG,
128 Commercial Ave.jCairo, III.
VAPOlt, BI.BCTRO-VAPOK and MBDICATKD
A a Itilatleudauce.
0R. W. C. JOCFLN,
D E NT 1ST.
OFFICK-Klgath fltraet, near ComDarr.tal Avtn
R. E W. WHITLOCK,
Onua- No. 1M Commorclal Avenoe, bet wean
Kghtaand NlutH HtrenU
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IV TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERYOLOSK
O. O. PATTER & CO..
Oor. Nineteenth etreotl flAirn Til.
shop on Ilalllday Avonne, betwoen t'ourth and
DillQ oiruew, vairo, imnuii,
WAII kludi oi llKht and heavy hlackamlthlnff
umn and rarrlairo work dnna In the noil work1
manlike muiuor. Ilnrae-ihoolug t ipeciilty tod
attraction guaraii woq .
N. B. Thistlewood & Bro.
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE
NO. HO OUIO LEVEE,
Cairo, - Illinois
A DAY'S HAPPENINGS.
ASteamer Burned and Five
Lives Lost, . 1
InUrestfng Proceeding! In Religious
Conventions-Star Route Trial
An Eloquent Speech
UiRiroKO, May 18.-Th ntcnnier
Ormilte Mnte, which lalletf lienr Tim rily
nliilit for Now York, hunifj tlil iinuiiiiiK
wlille approacblnir, tbe docket UoodxpofiO
IjindlnKi forty -on mile htilow lliti'tford,
on her way to thin tlty; Tb ttaiims uprcatt
A jiildly th4 noihliif u nvnd. Five
llvi are known to ba (oat,, four v rmrntufr
nml one liy r'rownliKf . ' Th drowm-tl
fraon waa ilrs. Dr. t. n. Main,
of New Ilnvpn, who. with mr hiuliand.
n inped Into the rlvr. I bo huilmnd
rriii:hed tlifl tihore. An effort was made to
-reach th dock, but tho fire "prcm! with
uob rapidity tirnt It waa loiinu 10 lie un-
iiracticaiiie. nor mern wan vwuiik i".
howi'vtir, and niot of the crew and p;u
acnuern lumped from the hurtling ateaincr
to the wharf, while home jumped Into tbe
N'otlilnfr whatever" It known about
how the lire originated. The bodie of
be ueraoiiH burned cannot le iilet.tilied.
One body already Identified in Hint of Ibn
aecond rook nftilied Ji k-on. 1 wo bodlen
re ntippoed to be cmlcrunt paiHenv'eri.
Mini noraod were a' no nurned. 1 oe cargo,
moktly freight, n billed to thla citv and
in a total loi. The Nteamer'a hull ha
floated down the river about half a mile
below the landing. Nothing I
iIMe above water but her
ovti-frame and walkiiiK-beatn.
iianltu State was owned In
cltv br 'he Hartford and New York trans
portation compunv. Phe cot the com
pany orlcinallv t'i'ijxw, but haa uice been
tborouftrily overhauled and repaired t a
oat of maKinir me wnoie co:
fM.OOOj inaured for J40,(0, She
had a large freight whim in a
total loi. She Ilea atink ou Lord's Island,
ual above the landing. Klve per(in are
tntaalnir. The bodv of tbe lecond conk.
colored, named Jacknon, lm been re
covered. Tbe Divorce Mill.
Mn.w.rKEE. WU.. Mav 1S.-.V Wait-
kenhfi. Win., dl.patch y.: Mra. W. I.
Macon, who. before marriage, wai Mra.
Joephine (iilibi, bai brmnrbt suit foi
divorce a menaaet thora, aikltiK for Im
mediate allowance, a ihe haa no ineunv
ard owea a board bill of $l"0. She ha
einploved ( ol. Win. V. Yibat, of Madlaon,
Wlkcnuain, who bad drawn cumpiaint anil
cauned the papen to be served ou W. I.
Bacon, ine compmini alleges tiat nacon
U worth JS'XI.OOO, and hat an Income of
tJo.Ouu aonuaMy. It further allege petty
cruelty, and that be kept a woman in Ihe
hiui.e unaertne cuiae or a nouxekeoper.
10 a.iumed the wife's pomtinn ami
pi lvileges. rurtber, that at one. time he
ruddeniy moved to La C'roaae aed left hi
wife there In a board1nghoue wtttiout
mean. She then went to the parent of
her first but. band, who maintained her ann
ber children. He Is sixty-seven yearn old,
wa boro In New York State, and married
MUa Delia Blackwell In New York City,
but 'he died In 150. and he married Mrs,
Oilil'S, his present wife. In one rear there
after. Bacon Ii a prominent Mason and
baa been In tat Wisconsin Legislature.
Jkffbhson Citr. Mo.. Mar 18. The
State Board of Equalisation about complet ed
their work this morning. Tbe valua
tion of ralirosg property nss oeen increas
ed about J6,o00,000 over lat year's aei.
ment. The valuation of rolling stock
1 not lnorcased, but all the
r.tlei. have been made on road-beds ami
sidetracks. No change was made in tbe
valuation of tbe it. Louis bridge, which Is
Sl.OiiO.OOO. Conslderab.e inoreaxe ha
been made In toe valuation of telegraph
Hues, hut a great many report are not yet
In snd no aocurate estimate can be made.
So far as reoorted the increase is $12 per
mile for the first wire and M apiece for
each additional wire.
Niew Yoke, May IS. United Slates
Commissioner Oahorn said (hat there has
not been snv warrant Issued from Wash
ington for tbe arrest of P. J. Sheridan, and
if the warrant was Issued It would in all
probability be Issued here.
WAanixoTOx. Ma? 18. Tbe Coniptml
ler of the Currency has authorized Ihe
Merchants' National Hank, or urinneii,
Iowa, to begtn business with a capital of
jiw.ikxi, ana also ma first national jiiuik
or Sabvtba, Kas., capital (ou.uuu.
A MOTHER'S CRIME.
Crazed bj Sickness, She Murdered Her
BibT and Tried to Kill Her
?; Mother and Herself.
NewTorc. May 18. Late Thiusdiiy
nlghl a young mother, tnade lninno ny tbe
agonies of confinement and puerperal fc.
ver. klllod her baby girl, twelve days old,
wlin i (pair of scissors, made an attempt to
inurrier imr mother, out was preenicii,
and Ibon begd to be peimltted to put an
end to her own wretched existence. The
unfortunate woman Is A lino Zimmerman.
the well-known artist, whose studio Is at
No, 9 hast Nineteenth street. On April
u or last year sun whs married to Mr. .nil
inei iimn. Their mm rled llfo seemed Imp
nv. Mrs. Iinmermmi was a model wife.
1 lor husband was devoted to her and her
every wlh wits gralltlud. They
lived In besutlfMlly fiunlMind
iipmt mollis in a brown alone house
on Kast Flfly-seventh street. Twelve
days ago the body who wus so cruelly put
to death, whs born. For somn wueks
prior to her conllnemeiit Mrs, Zimmerman
hud been In a very despondHtit frume of
mind, tier love ror iM't httsbiiml turned
Bll lK.lt IIAIilkli.
and toward her mother even she showed a
most iipnntunil aversion, which, however,
was overcome, Her coiuillloi) gave
her friends much an x lei, v. and Dr.
(iimrnsey wss frcuuently coiisulled, Thn
littler hoped Unit ititenhe birth of the child
the obvious ebb of her lesson would
turn nml th.it her feelings toward her
nusiiHiia hiiu nor menus would change.
He was iHssiumlntcd. Thn woman en
dured the pangs of matoinlly with remark.
aiuo loniiiiue. iiieciuiu wus a bnautl
fill one unrfentlv forinud and strnnir
The child, perfect though It was, never
kindled a spark of love In the mother's
I . ..1- u... II . . -
orenst. n it not eiiaiigi." sne ire
quently said to the doclnr, "that I bave no
arrectiou ror my dhiiv r t nine it." The
doctor reasoned with her, but In vain.
Her unnatural averson towards the bthy
could not be overcome, Her feelings to
wsrus uar uusuauu remaiueii un
IU1R0. ILLINOIS, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY R
Ad Eloquent Tribal to the) Idierl,
Wasiunutom, May 18. Tbe clos
ing psnnae of the speech of Isaac H.Broin
h v, of tbo New York Tribune, at tho Army
of l'otimito dinner htst nlgbt, In response
to a toast of "The Press", was received
with great cnthusiaHm, It was delivered
at a very .late hour. After some playful
remarks aoout tne service or newxpspers
In giving a general show to fight the war
over again , ho said, "I'ltrdon me, gentle
men, If upon the froth of a passing mo
ment I have NcciiX'd to treat tbe sentiment
you lime aligned me in a spirit of levity
that relules only to this moment and
this coiivivbil scene. This Is not Die time
nor is this the place to dwell upon the
tender miicrli'H which thin orm-ion
awakens, or nobler and loftier sentiments
snd emotions nbleti It, lupires. hut 1
should be dull) myself luliixtlcn If I did
not t leiixt in one aerious word under
tiike in Hitiii f is i Tit wnv to convey my eiiw
nf the presenile In v lilch I rt:iud. 1 c.inuit
niiiketi seem that twentv year, have psed
since you were In the mldt of actiuil ar
and the whole world leaned forward to
catch from the pics the Inlet tiiliups from
your scarred and lilceiiing rront. 1 close
my ejes for un iiiKtant and the whole pano
rama Is to mv memory unroiin'i.
I hear the sound of the rolling drums aud
the shrill uiiiaic of the fife. 1 see march
ing column stretching from ea te hikes,
and wiin;ijig down from all the nor h to
swell McCIdIIhii's lines. I hour bullets
Ixtle at the tiicket line. 1 catch the
itrv'scall. IheArtuv f the Potomsc
flings aguln and ajrain aiilnst Iticlimond.
(irsnt hammers Vlcksbuigh Into submU-t
Klon. I be sturdy I Immas hold his own at
Nashville. Sheridan goes whirling up the
valley aud Sherman's legions are tramping
tothoscH. On the ton edge of batilcare
tbe maimed, the dvlng. the unburled dead.
the surgeons at their work nnswering the
moans of pain. I bear the low, sad wall
that comes down from nil the north,
from sr. hundred thousand
leedlng hearts and broken homes.
Tim viJi.ii tmavca. f nnen mv eves unon
the new land, new life, new people, a new
nation disenthralled and regenerated.
Thanks to the klndlv chemistries of nature
and the curing force of time, all old scar
arebealed. Cattle go in and ont of old
embrasure, sheep browse by the side of
dimantled guns, low vines-creep kindly
over bunded shells, and grain Is growing
In the furrows of the wai . V ell, well, for
ill of us and well for all who come after us
that the war was fought, and well fer tut
that you and such as you fought it, and 1
count It a high honor to stand for on
single moment In tbe presence of men wbe
played such parts lu such a triumph."
rish Exiles to be Arrested on the Arrival
New York, Mav 18. A Washington
special to the World says: "If Sheridan
has not been arrested It Is not the fault of
the State Department. It has done all it
could to meet tbe demands of tbe British
government and at tbe same time to keep
pcopie oi mis country in tne uark as to the
real sit nation . The story is so simple and
free from any necessity for secrecy that the
steady retinal to tell tne fact which has
met every Inquiry at the State department
is all tbe more unreasonable. She situa
tion from this standpoint I btietly as
follows: Two months ago Minister
West ent a note to the State de
partment asking for the arrest of Sheridan
on tbe charge of complicltr In the
Pba-nix Park assassinations. This war
rant was promptly Issued and sent to tbe
liritish Minister. He held this warrant, for
some time awaiting tbe arrival of the iirouf
of the charges so that the arroot oi Sheri
dan could be bad and extradition ordered
If the proof was deemed sufficient.
1 MIS TIME HAS NOW AHKIVF.I).
Sheridan, Walsh and Tynan have been In
dicted, and tbe State Department Is In
d;uly expectation of a demand for war
rants for toe arrest of tbe two last men
tioned. Minister West said to-day thai
he had notified consuls to keep
a sharp lookout for Tynan, and to cause
lus an cut tho moment tbey discovered bis
whereabouts, iie win be arrested on a
I'nited States Commissioner's warrant,
which can be done without any demand
being made on tbe State Department, lie
said alo that be would not k for tbe ar
rest of Walsh until be bad tbe evidence
against him. To-day Minister YFeja for
warded the warrant for Sheridan's -ar
rest to tbu Krltlrib Consul in
New York, with tbe directions to have
it served tbe moment the evidence
agaiuit Ii i in arrives from England. This
evidence has now arrived and hence the
pending arrest of Sheridan. No further
tcps are likely to be taken at tbe State De
partment until after the examination of
Sheridan, bv the I ntted states Commission
er in New ork. He will forward bis re
port to Washington. and If tho charces have
been proved anil are deemed sufficient to
warrant extradition an ordor will be Issued
from the State Department, ordering him
to be delivered luto tho custody of the
ifruian o nicer.
Wahhinoton. D. C. May 18. Insrar
soli began bis address to tbe Jury lu tho star
route trial to-day. lie said the great
question was whether or not thero was a
conspiracy and that It must be proved as
any other crime. It had been represented
that the conspiracy was bard to prove and
that the Jury should not require much proof
from the Government. No man went about
with a placard on his back announcing bis
Intent lou to commit crime. They did
not base n bnml of mustc. and a torch. All
crime loved darkness, and this crime of
conspiracy must be proved as the
(iovci'iimeiit would prove any other
cilme. If the arch of evidence was not
perfect. If every stone did not perfectly
til, if It was not consistent with every
theory but guilt, then it fell to pieces. That
m nig so, men mi mm naa oeen said or ad
duced uguinst the defendants rests upon
a conversation between persons three or
four or five yenis ago. It was most unsafe
and unsatisfactory evidence. Memory wrote
upon secrot titlilets of the brain words that
no human eye could seu, No man could
look upon the brain of another and see If he
gave a truo transcript of what wan there.
Vet, upon that kind of testimony the Jury
was asked to destroy reputations and tear
down roof trees.
A Mfttch-Mislier Nuerl,
I.A C'iiohhk, Wis,, May 18. Timothy
Lewis has Just won a suit against the es
tate of Heujamln A. Jenkins, his sister-in-law's
husband, receiving $1,400 of the '!.
ooi) Jenkins promised to pay him it III I Ic
over two years ago, If be would get hint
w ife, Lewis bad the foresight to seer 1 his
son-ln-Jaw In the left of tbe Imrn w here
the bargain was made, and this witness
won hi case, After the marriage, which
H iisa happy one, Jenkins declined to nay
Lewis, and that wily match-maker walled
it it 1 11 the old man should die to produce his
w itness In tbe case.
HARitisnuito, Pa., May 18. -The Pro
blhltlon lliiuor amendment to the State
Constitution was defeated in the (senate
by a vote oj 31 yeas to 18 nays, less than a
Mr. Ourfleld's'soii Harryhiu declined an
invitation to deliver a memorial address at
North Adams, Mass., on Decoration Day.
He la a itudeuf.at Williams Collwe la thai
Nkw Yokk. May 18. Sale of Jersey eat
tlo continued to-day, High prices were
realized. Tbe oow "Khedive's Vir
ginia, " brought J2,000j the heifer "
pro's Mahnl," $l,Mfl tbe cow "Mabel
Fourth, ' 2,t00j thecow"Ouy Fawkcs
Pride, " $2,000.
Samtooa, May 18. The report of tbe
board of foreign missions, home missions,
education, church relief, freodmeii, svste
matlo beuetiloenoe, Preubvleilan Pub'llh
ing House aud thciilWlcaf seminaries were
received and ttlej.1- Itov. Dr. Horrlck
Johnson, chairmau-of the special commit-
iu on education, rtau nn annual report.
This committee was initialed bv the Gen
eral Assembly of J877, and has since con
tinued. The object i to devise ways unil
means to belter endow colleges and theo
logical seminaries. The re pott s.tvs the
neiu lor uecesaurv work IS West or Olllo.
If the present Indication of the popula
tion's growth are correct the year pits) will
see 20,ISK),(HK projWe west of Ihe Mississ
ippi. A incites 1 1 as too many colleges poorly
endowed, .'she heeds fewer and better.
( hrii'lilinltv must tml be dumb nml allow
colleges and preparatory schools to become.
wnoiiv sccuiarueil and give oulv godless
teachings, Th report closed 'with the
recommendation . of u svsicin of college
super islon routined to a' new ami disiinct
board, to hae headquarter in Chicigu,
with a permanent H creturv. The report
was accepted and Made IhH aecond snecial
order for Saturday morning. The com
mittee on ni'msterlal relief report was
read, containing overture for tho found
ing of a special retiring or pension fund to
aid such as are Ineligible to relief from ex
isting funds aud are disabled from min
isterial worn ny age or 111 health. It ad
vised against thi proposed scheme for min
isterial relief tli t Insurance claims should
be put on a hais of merit and right, not on
charity. The ttanmlttee recommended '
that tne wnoie subject be referred to the
isoara or ucuur.
Excitement In V. SI. '. A. Conven
MlLWAfKER, Wis., Mav 1H. The morn
ing session of the International Committee
of the Y. Si. U. A. was devoted to busi
ness. Action was taken on the report of
the committee to whom was referred the
annual report of the International Com
mittee. 1 hey recommended a number of
resolutions, and all wero adopted, but a
heated discussion was awakened by a
resolution which had reference to the ac
ceptance of a charter from the State of
ew lork in reference to the make'
up of the International Com
mittee. Delegates from Indi
ana and Missouri objected to hav
ing the international body located In New
lork slate, claiming that theceuter of pop
ulation was further west and that more
western men ought to bo on the Interna
tional committee. A proftinged struggle
followed, interrupted nnallv bv President
Colby who suggested that they join in
prayer a nil asx am in solving the diniculty.
After nair an nour or nevotionai exercises
the discussion was ugain taken up and be
came more heated than ever, but soon after
noon tbe resolution wss carried and the
western delegates were beaten, New York
remaining the head center of the bodv and
tbe International committee being' un
changed. (inUeniTa Skeleton.
Washington. Mav is. It has been
deemed inadvisable in' plane the skeleton of
Garfield's assassin on exhibition. that of
Guiteau, like the cervical vertebra; of
Wilkes Booth, It would attract too large a
crowd.- H"cently Dr. C. II. Crane, the
surgeon-general of the Army Medical
Museum, took the bones Into bis personal
possession, and he bits made a disposal of
them of which every other pcrsou is ignor
ant. He w ill doubtless keep the secret to
himself. It Is thought the bones are vet in
the building as an entire skeleton, or that
they, with other bones, form exhibits
there, hut at any rate they have lost tbelr
identity as tbe bones of Guittmu.
ANnppnaed Msirdrtr Arrat4Ml.
Alton, III., May 18. A colored man
named Wesley Wolsh was arrested at God
frey this morning on suspicion of bcinc Hie
niurdercrof Uoss and Depugh, at Kockv
lors, a snort time ago. Tlie two
men were murdered at their home
during tbe night, and there hn not
been the slightest clue as to the mui-ib-i
ers. Welsrr re arreotfld no a chain f
suspicious circumstances which will
be developed at tho preliminary exami
Iminiarrnllon to Kansas,
Kansas Crrr, Mo.. Mav 1. The Land
ComnriaAiorwr of the Kansas Pacific Hail
road reports nr. unusually strong Immigra
tion current Into Kansas this year, as in
dicated hv the sales of the Laud Depart
ment of the company. Last year's sales,
about PXUW acres, have already been ex
ceeded before the close of the fifth month of
this year. Inquiries for cattle and sheep
ranches are especially more numerous than
NkwVork, May 18. Business fall
tires throughout the country as reported to
the Mercantile Agency of K. (!. Dun A
Co., during the lust seven days number
171, as against lM hwt week. The dlstrl
btitlon was: New England Stales '.";
Middle states '.'4; Southern Male .'W;
Western Stales 00; Pacific Mate mid 1'orri
torlei 12; Canada and New York l!4.
A llreach Ol lromla Null B on.
Kinoi.av, O.. May IN. Mis Delia Hos
ier, daughter of the hotol keener here, has
won her breach of promise suit against the
missing masher, U Infield Scott Millar, and
wants u'.ikio of Ihe bucket sltip winnings
rse Is said to be tiling In Chicago. Scott
kept a store In Kswsou, near here, until
forced to leave on account of numerous
Distiudy suits threatened against him.
Thn Whiskey Problem.
WAstiiNdTO.v, May 18. Secretary Fol
ger decided to refer to Ihe Attorney Gen
eral for his opinion tho question 'of tho
right of persons to export whiskey from
Newport News, Vs., to Bermuda, unil
then reimport the same either for Imme
diate consumption or for the shortage
lu the bonded warehouse for three year.
A Fatal Colllalon.
At'nt'8 1'A, Me., May 18. At noon to
day a collision occurred on the Maine Cen
triil Hallroad at Brown's Corner, Vassal
boro, ne.tr Augusta, between
a freight trnh and a special engine,
(hie man wai killed and two filially lu
Ronton, May !. Considerable cotillr
uialory testimony In favor of the mana
gers of the Tewkesbury Institution wa
taken, but It was nothing especially Inter
esting. Coal Nhlpmenla.
Pittrbitiuj, Mav 18. -The additional
301I shipments were 1,278,110 bushels, of
which 1,01)0,000 were for Louisville ami the
balance for Clnclnna.
Key. Jessie T. Peck, Methodist Kplsco
pal Bishop, of Syracuse, N. Y.. died at
his home In that city on Thursday after
noon, aged 78 years.
Joseph C. Jones, the wlfo-murderer,
under sentence of death, attempted to kill
himself In the lull of Oglethorpe county,
;., on Thursday evening, by culling t he
vein In his left arm. Ho will recover.
A eyclone struck tho city of Denlson,
Texas, on Thursday, It oatno from tho
southwest and was terribly destructive. In
It character. About twenty buildings
were destroyed. The general damage
done will not be leas than ijM.ooo.
William Harden and Solomon Hewitt,
sentenced to bo hanged at Conwuyboro,
S. (J., on June 10 for the murder of Jere
miah rUalvcjr, escaped from Jail on Tuesday
night. Id tbelr escape tboy cut the throat
of a fellowprbonor, who will die. '
Tbs UUar'a sentsnce tinlrtd tin, usst
Stenet at and near tho Gallowa The
Czar wants to Postpone His Coro
nation-Plots Unearthed. 5C
Di'bun, May 18.- Daniel Curler, the
second man convicted of the murder of
Cavendish and Burke, wa hanged at Kil-
niitinham Jail, at n o'clock this morning,
l'he lull was guarded bv a force nf military,
similar to that on the occasion nf the hang
ing of Brady. Canon Kennedy and Father
O'lieilly arrived at the prison at an early
nour to attenu (juriey. AHer the priewts
had prayed privately with the condemned
man lu his cell, mas was celebrated In the
prison chapel in the presence of the Gov
ernor and wardens, where C'urlev received
the sacrament. Meanwhile a group of wo
men, who had gathered outside the prison,
were on tholr knees saying the litany for the
dying. When the black flag announcing the
execution had taken place was hoisted over
tne prison, every man tn the cjowu out
side, which numbered barely a thousand,
rM.'OVKRRD Htfl HEAD,
and murmurs of sympathy with Curie.'
were uttered. A rush wa then made hv
the crowd for the garden near by, wber
Curler's relatival had assembled, and
whore hi father was kneeling and praying
for 4he repose of the toul of bis son. 'The
people soon dispersed quietly. Corley
walked to the scaffold with little assist
ancn, aud seemed to be resigned to hi fate,
but he was not very tirm. He declined to
make any statement touching his connec
tion with tho crime for which be was exe
cuted. Ilia death was instantaneous.
In a letter which Curlcy wrote to hli wife
he said: "I will lake my secrets to the
grave with me, and leave those who are at
freedom to enjoy It. I will die in peace,
forgiving my enemies. ' '
HI SSI A.
St. I'p.TKnsui'itu, May 18. An officer
nf the Ealvan regiment who was recently
arrested on suspicion of being engaged In
the revolutionary movement was subjected
to a severe examination, during which be
has mentioned the names of several ofllcer
of the guards, who, he declared belonged
to a revolutionary club. He stated, how
ever, that the club pursued special objects,
and had no connection with the terrorists.
The Crar on learning of this confession
decided to postpone his coronation, hut was
dissuaded from so doing. . A number of
officers of tho guards have been arrested
In consequence nf the prisoner' dis
London, May is. A dispatch to the
News from st, Petersburg say that the
police of that city have been informed of
llio existence of a plot to frighten the
horse of the Our at some favorable op
portunity during the procession at Moscow
on coronation day, aud In the confusion
that would no doubt follow to kill the Kin
pei'isy. DKNOUNCINO THE rAPAI. l.KTTKR.
Durum, May 18. Michael Davltt, in a
letter forwarding a subscription to the fund
being raised for I'ai nell. says the Papal
clrculur to tho clergy Is prejudiced and
unjust and must evoke strongly painful re
seiument on the part of the people. Healy,
the member of Parliament from Wexford,
In sending a subscription to the fund, says,
''Ireland will neither take religion from
Krrlngton nor gratitude from Rome."
I kltltlRI.K EXri.OMON.
Kaaman, May 18. The steamer lka
termburg, plying on the river Volga, ex
ploded her boiler yesterday. Twenty-sv-
en persons were wounded by the explo
Perlin, May 18. The statement of the
Imperial Bank of Germany shows an in
crease iu specie of 0,!)2O,Ot)0 marks,
MAY 18. 1883.
CATTI.K I'. and steady; exports
to lOftM ."'; good to choice shipping $ft 8UO
0 1''; common to full-it) WCti 83, Cows
and mixed Pxd4 40.
HOUS Market is active aud firm;
light $0 7 2'i; mixed packing $rt Ourrf
7 20; heavy packing and shipping $7 2!r
CATTLE Scalawags $2 mm 23; light
shipping steers $5 23(2.1 75; ho&vy shipping
steers .'Hito'O 40; good cows and helfert
H 00W3; good cows and calves $20ra45;
stockers !J4 j.'irrf.l.
HOGS Higher and strong; demand
active. Light to good Yorkers $7 00
W7 IS; mixed packing f7lWl!S; good
hcavy7 23oi7 40; do hi 05(37; skips and
culls $fl -.'Sram 60.
SI1KKP Lambs in request &t $3'i3r3S0
per head. Sheared sheep quoted at $2 SOft
8 23 for common to medium; $3 30ft
4 23 for fair to good; choice to prime $4 73
WHKT Lower, closings OftK June;
i It '.fad 12 July; H-Wi August: $ll2f
September; $1 0,ss year. -
COUN-Weuker; bVcHH June; 58J July;
5'.i' August; 321, year.
OATS Weaker; 4S June; tltf July;
U4 V August; il'U, year.
WHKAT-Inegular, closing at$ll!tS
June; $1 1.1 V July; $1 12S August; 1 Wi
September; 1 11'. year.
COUN Lower; 32 '4 May;S2W June; 52V
July; 35' August; 47K year.
OA IS Lower; 42S' May; 43 June;
'VHKAT-May $1 1; June $1 19; July
COfbt-May OS; June 65 W; July 67
OATS May 48; June48K; July 40X.
Country Produce, Etc
BUTTER Market qul"t and easy; me
dium and low grades neglected nominal.
Creamery ranged at 23824 for choice to
fancy, to 23 for selections tn a small way;
seconds 2Df922. Dairy at lf)r920 for choice
aud fancy, occasionally 21 was obtained for
gilt-edge pkgi; fair to good 14fiil7; com
mon Hejio. Low grade country packed iu
large supply and almost unsulablo, while
dunce yellow grsis buttsr Is iu fair request;
ipiote common 3(37; fair 67910,nd good to
choice yellow 12(814.
MUGS Scarce, higher and Arm at 13Ho.
LIVKPOULTRY-Old chicken In ex
cessive supply, dull and weak. Demand
was limited at $3 00f38 23 for cocks, $3 300
3 75 for mixed, and $4 00(34 20 for choice
hens. Most of the spring chicken arriving
are very small, aud wero difficult to sell,
and it would be to tbe Interest of shippers
tn hold thess small chickens until they nave
attained a better growth; large grown are
the only kind that art wauted. and thev
sell readily U&, sma'l quotable at $lft
2 30, according to size. No demand for
other poultry and cone arriving.
LEAD Quiet and unchanged;
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Country ynarkets shade lower. Snot
wheat bettor tone. No. 9 spring Ps 2d;
No. 8 spring 8i 8d; Western winter 0s
Id; mixed western corn Arm at ft (Did.
Demand from United Klnidom and Conn-
I neat moderate for wheat aad corn. Ke-
I eelpUof wheal Bast wiek 327.000 eaotek,
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