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mm). ILLINOIS. TUKSDAV MORNINH. MAY 29. I WIS.
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Impurity of the
lllood, rarer and
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H rljUlif and all Dlaeaeet
J.,.' r j-a; caused liy Ie-
ransjement of Liver, Bowel and Kidneys.
SYMPTOMS OP A DISEASED LIVER.
Bad Rreath; I'ain in the Side, aometimea the
pain i felt under the Shoirlder-blade, mltukea fat
kbeunukUam icoeral low of appetite Kowcli
generally coative, aometimet alternating with lax;
the head U troubled with piiii, i dull and heavy,
' wtrb conaiderable Iota of nemury, accompanied
' with a painful amaUm of leaving undone tomelhinC
arhich ought to have been dune; a alight, dry cough
and fluthed fact ia loiiietiniet an attendant, often
' eaUtakcn for conauointion; the miicnt complain
of wearlncuand debility; aervoua.eailly itartled;
feet cold or burning, aomedmet ( prickly actuation
' of the akin ehl; tpiritt are low and deapondent,
and, although aalitfied thai exercite wotdd be bene,
ncial, yet una can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it in fact, diitruata every remedy. Several
of the above ivmptonn attend lie diacake, IhiI caae
have occurred when but few of them eaitteit, yet
lamination after death hat thovn the liver to
bave been cxteteiwly dtrenicd.
It ihould be used by all persons, old and
young, whenever any of the above
Persons Traveling or living In Vn
beeitby LoeallUoe, by taking s Hi tank
ally to keep the liver is healthy actio, will avoid
. all Malaria, IIlUous attack, iJimneae, Nau
sea, Drowuneii. Dtp nation of bjlnt, etc. It
will lavigorau like a glaw of wine, but U BO In
If Ton have eaten anything hard of
digestion, or feel heavy after meali, or sleep
leas at aight, take a dote aad you will be relieved.
Time and Doctors' Illlls will be saved
by always keeping the Regulator
In the Hon t
Tor, whatever the ailment may be, t thoroughly
safa purgative, alterative) and tonle can
ever oe out of place. The remedy ia barmlees
and does not Interfere with business or
IT M PCBELT TEOETABLS, '
Aad ka all the power and efficacy ef Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injunoui after efletta.
A Governor's Testimony.
Simmon liver Regulator ha been m ute in my
(amihr (or anew lime, and I am ealithed It It a
Valuable addition to tlie medical aricne.
J. Gill Shoits, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Aletander H. fttrtthens, of (la
ays: Have derived tome benefit Item the ine of
Simmons liver Regulator, and with to give it s
"The only Thing that never falls to
Believe." 1 have jaed tuny rcmedie for Dys
pepsia. Liver Affection and Debility, but never
nave nund anything to benefit me to the eitent
Simmons Liver Regulator ha. 1 tent from Min
. scaou to Georgia for it, and would tend further for
such a medicine, and would advitc all who arc lira
ilarly a flee ted to give it a trial at it teem the only
thing that sever Uilt to tclieve.
P. M. Jannst, Miruxapolia, Minn.
Dr. T. W. Maann nays From actual ei
peril ace ia tlie uae of Simmons liver Kegulatuc is
sty practice I have been and am tatitucd to ute
aad prescribe it a a purgative medicine.
IftT'Take only the Genuine, whiea alwayt
ha e the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and signature of J. II. ZEILIN CO.
FOR SALE BY. ALL DRUGGISTS.
D. BAY LEY,
OFriCE-Wlih H. n. Can4ee, City Kstlonsl
Q.EOKOB H. LKACU, M. D.
Phvuician and Surproon.
Hnoelal attention paid til tho HonooLt'hlc Irtmt
nvnt of nur ileal dlaeaees, and diseases ( vouee
Office: On 11th (treat, opposite the Pot OiBl
JJK. J. E. STRONG,
128 Commercial Ave , Cairo, 111.
VAPOR. BLBCTRO-VAPOH nd MBDICATKD
A lady In attendance.
)R. W. C. JOCKLYN,
OmCl Klghta Street, near Coma err.tal aver.eu
' jyn. K W. WHITLOCK,
Orrun Ko. Itt Commercial Avenue, nttwrea
B(lBtland Nltith Streeu
JaJEVV YORK STORE,
WU0LE8ALB AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TUB CITY.
GOODS SOLDVERY CLOSE
C. O. PAT1ER & OCX.
Oor. Nineteenth street 1 Pjlirft. III.
Commercial Avenne f UttUUe
KUBIBT A. SMITH.
Grand Central Store.
OAIKO. - - ILL.
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.
B0MMEK UW LBCTURB8 (n'nswsoklj), be
cln isth July. 1888, and end lath September. Hare
proved Of lirnl use.-ist, to inoniiwoi.'
toMrtue their stpdles at this or other Law bchonl;
Sd, to those who propose to rejo privsieiyi ana on.
to prVctltlonsrs wholisve not had the advantage of
w : i....iui, Vnr circular ann viP. O.
i$moiaBWm, Yiof. con.
ttannlatMllavailon tho loos
loot for ebaaoes to lucrnas
ibeooma wealthy those who
'iIa Mn imitNiM tnilr nnnnr
.tin inira. ana in lime
UW WW W l(w
W oflfcr a i rftt dunce to mk money. Wo wait
right siibelr own localities. Aay onew the
work properly from the tret start. Tbo business
will pay nr-re then ten timet ordioery wsot. Ii
pesstvs outfit furatshedfrse. No one who eruragss
one w hjmm-j m .
your whole time to the work, or onlv yotr spars
aaomenia, mil lurormsiioa ana an last is neausu
eatires, aaureee atiitiw w. ruvnn, aae
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Women Armed With Clubs
Take the Field,
Two Mines in Their Poisesiion-A
. Deputy Sheriff'! Pluok-Th
Cause of the Trouble.
Kan i hi. Louis, May 28. Tbe iatof
war In thn m I m-rw ' trouble vruo tranufcrred
lie in DillliihV.lle to the vicinity of 1!-I-vlllo
iht iiiornfiiK'. The mlllna, with the
exception of oj a few mnn of enchcompiiny,
arrived from C'olllnNvllU tbls nnrnlnj(.
Ai'(iui(lliir to Ihe nrretnent at Hone Hill
Mint-, ul Wood's KlutloD, on the l'lttabtiijs
ItoaiJ, the men were to resume work this
morning. Shortly before 6 o'clock the
miner amcinblod and awaiud lnKtructloni
to commence, hut bcfori the word wat
given bod of women niarcbed two
al)i'l, and armetl with heavy clul,
wen I their way front Went Belleville,
nd arrived at Hose Hill Mine
jtixt a the engineer was about to start his
engine. The little army of women en
circled the milieu, and one, actlnK a
apo'teawomsn, informed the miners that
do work could be commenced to-day. The
men refused to recognize their authority,
and commanded the engineer to start thu
enjrlne. Five women advanced toward the
engineer and Informed him the moment he
lit the match to Mart the Are the slk'nl
would be given to tbrewthirn Into the rmml
which borders on tlie mine. Tb
oili.ria icmoimtrutcd on tbo ground thut
ibt-y were iiroiuiecd, on suspending work
last Thursday, to be allowed to reaume
work to-day, aud many favored de
sceudlnK into the mine, dexplte the
oppoaitiou. Upon being Informed, how
ever, that every one refusing to leave Ihe
mine, within a half btmr would bo tii'ipped
ntida ui id driven through town, the men
beat a retreat, leaving the mine
IX Ilia POaAEeWION OF THK WOMEN.
The womnn's orgaiii.ntloD numbers 150
strong, with recruits being added daily.
The women are much more determined
snryieadittrong than their tnu'isnds and
fathers and will take a prominent part In
the troubles till their cloe. Sheriff
ltoplequet tent a number of deputlet to
protect the miners at Kowe Hill
from the armed band of fcmalen,
but Ibe deputies were routed In disorder,
and reported to tbe sheriff their inability to
contend with this faction of the alrikers.
Tbe men who were driven away are loud In
their condemnation of tbe women and state
tbey were fully determined lo work ind
would have done so bad tbe interference
ome from men Inntead of women.
Hiving obtained full pooseion of Ihe
Rote Hill mine, and succeeding In driving
off the deputy sheriffs and miners, tbo
small but deaDdrate army of women ap
pointed a guard from among tbelr ranks to
prevent the operations of tbe mines during
their absence. Tbey then shouldered their
heavy clubs and forming In rank marched
toward. Coon Rcnecke'ssjatne, wblcb is
situated on tbe Louisville & NsHbvlllv road,
three and a half miles from Belleville. It
f was decided to Invade tbe premises, but
when the word to march was given a Mice
of ten deputy sheriffs placed themselves
between tbe hoisting machinery and the
women and oommanded a bait. Coon
Kenecke, proprietor of the minei, mounted
the fence near tbe shaft and In a neat speech
notified tbe women that bo would be glad
to reoelva them tfsthey wntaW kep quiet
for a few minutes while he consulted
with his men. The women waited, but
a noon approached and Mr. Renecke (I d
not sppear they a.dered tbe drputlon to
stitnd axlde, and made
A HOBTII.K M0VKMKXT
towards tbe shaft, Mr. Keneoke again ap
peared, and waa oomimtuded to tend down
for bis men and slop wurk ImmedUtclv.
lie replied that bo would do nothing of the
kind, si be was running according to tbe
ifreement with the atrlkcre last week that
he would be allowed to resume work to-
d.iv. Tbo women made a move toward-
Mr. Kenecke, but he succecstu y
Hilled them, and the Intel -ference
of the deputies prevented
the threatened violence. A war of words
ensued, the women xnres ns a determi
nation to stop thn mine at all hazards and
adviolng him not to be o stubborn, that
harsh means would be required. Mr.
Renecke told tbem to go home and attend
to tbelr household duties, and rather than
see tbem walk would charter a xpeclai
train at hit own expense to take tbem to
Belleville. Tbe kind offer wa not ac
cepted, and the attitude of tbe women
?;rowlng more dangerous It wag decided
o temporarily miKpend work.
The Governor of Illinois has telegraphed
an order for tbo militia to proceed to lten
Plucky Deputy Sberlft.
Mamma, 111., May 88. One mile and a
quarter from here Is the White Oak mine,
employing seventy num. Yesterday it was
the seat-ot war. An attempt was made to
cloio up the White Oak mine this morning,
at 6 o'.tsiock. Tho men who work in it are,
at rule, men of family, each has hid llttlo
bouae and garden attached, and when the
mobcame In this morning, and demanded
that hev quit work, they said. No. Ucp
utv Sheriff Rairlund, who during the lllne
of 'Sheriff Koplequet la acting sheriff and
has had to deal with Ihe miners ever since
May 1, when the riotous dcmoiiHtnitlona
uiuof need, was on tbe ground mid worn a
hotheaded young fellow guve tbe cry Just
tbf Nuhie as atC'illinaville, and iu!d "Come
onlmviand let us take the mine," he
seised him by the collar ud said: "Hold
on, men; if you do this I will order you
tinder arrent, and don't forget that the
Wbolo of I.llnnls is at my back. Remember
that militia with gun are waiting to come,
here on my order as quick as cars can bring
tbem." TborewHsa piume and the mob
withdrew . for cniiMilUtloti. Whcu the
wblstle blow at 6:80 o'clock theWhlto Oak
miners went into the pit, and at 7 o'clock
another whistle signaled the hoUting of
coal. Ragland stood up there alone before
the club-armed and scowling mob of two
hundred until a car was tilled wlih ooal,
and thin he went out to tulk with the
Hikers. He showed them how foolish wus
tbelr action. If they cortinuod the sol
diers would oome. and thoy mutt slink oft
as they d'd fut ('ollliuvllle., Any triumph
of theirs v nuld not last twofvo hours.
Sere-footed, broke, so far as money la con
cerned, with their enthuslnam washed out
by the recent rain, they readily accepted
too altuntlon, and at 8 o'clock marched
back to Marlaxa. Here they arc, a mixed
crew of Bulgarians, Bohemians, law
Frenchmen with a few Welsh, Irish and
English leaders, loitering around the de
pot, Thev are quint and sober; all the
aatoons at Matissa bave been closed since
' ' r 1 At Renerko Mine.
Bii.Ucvim.k, lit,., May 118. A mob
bat takou possession of Renecke Mine No,
1, about three mllos from here. Roports
of thtir having torn up the twitch and of
threats to burn down tht mine are current.
They are wholly hnyond control
fif tht local authorities. Tht mob Is hour
y Increasing, and if pvenent Innourlngcon
tinner, will soon number at leant neven
hundred to a thousand, with mixture of
about fifty to one himdrt l women, who
art the moat unmanageable of all, Tl e
sheriff hat telegraphed Gov. Hamilton for
troops to assist in dliptrtlng then.
8t. Louis, May IS Mr. W. Lackmaa
lacmtai y of the Coal Eiobange, sUted tha
the sliiiiiilon between tbe operator! and
the miner in Illinois was about this way:
Tbo union demands that tbe operators pay
the miners 2 cents per bushel for min
ing; that miners working after a machine
be, paid IS cents per bushel, and that
miners for running a machine bo paid 4 H
cents per foot of four feet depth, and also
tliuthfiovclcrs be paid f i per day. The
opitiatont do not ooeot to the first
pilce demanded of IK cents per bushel, ss
Ihcy consider that reasonable if all of the
operator pay it. but thev refuse to pay tbe
m ice dciiiuiidod for maoulne labor, became
in HiIh work miners are not needed, com
mon laborers being competent to do It.
T'to union also demands that the operators
iip-ce not to sell or furnish coal dimly or
Indirectly to any operators wbone mine
are Htnied through refuaal to pay the
price (Imiinnded or to comply with the de
mand of the miner". Several other d
iiihiiiIh of minor Importance are alto made,
to all of which the operators positively it
fue lo accede. No compromise Is even
thought of by them, anil Mr, Lackman
sitri the operators are not suffering
from Ihe stoppage, because there la
plenty of coal on band for tbe demand.
11b rntva Ihe trouble Is caused by the fact
that tlie Miipply far exceeds the demand,
and the number of laborers It entirely too
grout for the mining required, rievera
operators who were seen by the reporters,
scouted tbe idea of compromise. They
declared it out of the question, and said
that nothing short of permitting the
I'nion to run tbe mines would satisfy It.
Tbe blame, tboy say, lies on the univti,
and It is thought that a number of new
men from Peniixylvaiila bave been lntru
meulHl In stirring up the trouble.
j ( - , Culled Prfiabyieiiaaw.
' Pittsbi'ho, MnyM. The United Prea
byterlan General Assembly convened thin
morning at nine, Moderator McMillan ia
the chair. The case of Dr. A. II. lilakle,
of Ronton, axklng an Increased allowance
from tho church funda for extra duties dur
ing the terra of his labors in BoUon, oc
cupied a larger portion of the morning.
A resolution continuing tbe previous allow
ance of 100 per year was adopted.
The report of tbe committee
on judiciary was tilled tip,
but sent back to tht committee. Tbe re
port of the committee intruding presby
teries to tee the salaries of ministers
promptly paid was discussed and adopted
A plan' of consolidation -of tbe board
of putillo and permanent committees on
Saboath school is under discussion.' Ad
journment. Majority and minority reports
on the music question will be submitted
A Railroad Colllsloa. . .
Memphis, Tenn., May W, Passenger
train No. 1, on tbe Louisville and Naah
villa railroad, wbich left Louisville Sun
day noon and was due here at & o'clock
this morning, met with an accident at
Stanton, Tenn., forty-four miles eawtof
this city. Tbe engine and baggage-car
were thrown from the track by coming Into
collision with a box-car. The- engineer,
Alexander Smith, had his arm broken In
two places. None of the passengers sus
tained Injuries. . .
l'ROViDENfK, It. I., May 2A. Governor-elect
Bourn la no better this morn
ing. Senator Anthony's condition is still
A TMPPLE TRAGEDY. '
A lealout Lover Kills Hit Rival Fatally
Wounds Hit Sweethearti And , , .
?T. Lofis. Mav . The wildest excite'
mont wmh caused in Carondelet by tbe news
of a horrible double tragedy which wax
enacted Sunday at Cedar Hill, about
twenty-five miles from Carondelet. Early
tbls morning a man arrived from Jefferson
county bringing in the body of tbe mur
dered boy, Aralcl DeuerenU, and for the
fi-Mt time tbe particulars of the story were
learned. It la the old tale of Insane Jeal
ousy, tbe murderer killing bis rival, at
tempting to take bis sweetheart's Ufa and
tben blowing out bis own brain.
Atuici ucuerentz, a young reiiow or 23
years of age. had for some time been ac
quainted wnn 3iis8 .Martna ncuuntei, a
young lady who lived In tbe vicinity of Ce
dar Hill Out hollo Church. Martha had
another suitor, however, Hiram Suellniss,
a bov of nineteen, who frequently visit
ed her, and seemed to lie deeply
smitten who ner cnarms
Isoliody suspected thai the.ro was any
trouble between tbe young fellows, both of
whom were larmers' soiik, anu acquaint
ances of long standing. From expressions
that StilllnUa has been beard to utter.it
wak plain that be was much pluued at the
young lady s prcierenct tor t'ouorenu,
but nobody who knew hint expected tucb
a terrible ending to the
Yesterday morning Mlsi M'DanlrsI at
tended thu Catholic church at Cedar Hill,
where she assisted at high mass, Deuer-
entz was also present, although it ia
thought that tbe girl went to church unat
tended. If SuoIIiiIhs was at the church few
people saw him. and it is probable that.
having arranged hit murderous plan, he
kepi in hiding while tbe Sunday service
was In progress. ben muss was over
Miss Martha came out. .When she was
next noticed young Douerentz was at her
side. The couple chatted pleasantly with
some friends, and appeared as happy and
unconcerned as any lovers could be. Ar
tcr a short walk they stroll.
ed off in the direction
of the young lady't home, The
worshippers had scattered In different (11
rectlous, and Mni'tha and her lover were
walking by themselves across the fields,
when suddenly Minims confronted them
Ho had a double-barrel shot-gun In his
hands, and from his appearance It was
evident that ho meant mischief. Tho girl
stopped Involuntarily, but her companion
adviAced a step.- Ife did not seem to feor
thkt 1i!n friend meant to do him harm, nnd
novcr Niispocted that In n moment he would
be ,a corpse. As ho came up to them suoll-
niss cried out, "Anile ,
iiivv. vim i:nr it I'kvm vn
ahout youl", At this Miss Mclianlcf
creamed, and yminu' Peiierenlz stepped
forward with hl hands unrnUed an If
Implore his amtllant to havo mercy. Ho
had no time to tcnk, for the murderer
whs too quick. Without, walling for an
annwcr. SuelluihS took bis mm. and bring
lug it to his shoulilrr, Hied, the full charge
ot the luick-Hliot taking effect In the breasi
of tho victim, Just over the heart. Duer
entx fell (lend Immodlately, mid the tuppo
sltlon Is that his death was Instantaneously.
As quick as ho could, tho murderer cocked
bis weapon again nnd Died ul the young
lady, Inflicting Injuries that are known
to be severe and that will probab'y prove
fatal. Sucllnlm immediately started away
on a run. After going about half a mile
from the scent of tht murder, Ho stopped
loaded both barrtls of tbe gun with a heavy
obereo. cocked both hammers, find with
piece of a forked stick which he had picked
tip by the roadside, tired both charge tt
INTO HPJ BODY
and fell a corpse. When found, he -was
dead, and the shot-nun and tbe forked
stick lay acrots tho corpso. Tht body of
young ucuerentz was brought up tocaron
delet to tht residence of hit sister, Mrs.
K. vogt, who Mm ntor tht Jupiter fur
THE CZAR CROWNED.?
The Ceremonies In Moscow Yesterday-A
Duel In France Another Irish-
MOSCOW. Msv "M I he ooronntlon nf
Alexander 111. as t'z tr of all the Russias at
the Kremlin yesterday passed off amid
perfect order, and without the slightest
interruption, ine weather was tine
tbrou'huut the whole dav. Th"lreets
wert crowded at seven 'o'clock bv a i
Immense conooiirst of citUeu and vislloi -and
innumerable squads of soldierly
patrolled the citv (luring the day. At
seven o'clock the Inaugural of the mag
n'.rii'fttt cer monies attendant upon the
oronittinn was announced bv the rimrlmr of
huildietlt of bells and bv the thunder of
Aeeoruliiz to ureai'raiiL'ed iii'oL'riiininn.
those dlfiiltarie of Ihe realm who wert to
take part In the actual ceremony of tbo
coronation sasoinbled at the Cathedral of
tbe Assumption, within tho walls of the
Hremnn. the great h rem I in is not ono
building, hut a uitv In Itself. It Is an oc
tagonal plot tt ground of many acres on a
mgn elevation surrounded ny ntgn walls
and fortifications, and contains four crown
palaces, three cathedrals, tbe headquarters
of the Imperial Guards, tbe governor's
residence, a university and a number of
monasteries and nunneries.
The imperial procession eoternd'the Krem
lin, proceeded by an im'meusa throng of
deputies from the Asiatic States of the em
pire, students of Ihe university, clargy.
Judges, nobility, and prefects from every
section of tbe empire. When Iu front
rank reached tbe door or the palace, It was
met by the Emperor, westing the white
uniform of Colonel of the Imperial Guards,
aud by tbe Kin less dressed in the Russian
national costume of black velvet richly
KMBROIDKKKl) WITH IXAMONIlt
and girdled with a magnificent
belt of precious stones. After their
majesties bad been seated the Metropoli
tan of Novgorod asked the Emperor in a
loud and distinct voles, "Are you a true
liellever!" The Emperor kneeling, read
in reply tne Lord's prayer ami tbe apos
tles' ere. -d of tbe Greek Cburcb. After
three times repeating a summons, reciting
all of the Czar's titles and demanding to
know if any one present knew of any cause
why be should not be crowned, the Met
ropolitan of Novogorod, assisted by th
Metropolitan of Men ascended tbe dlas and
Invested the Emperor with tht imperial
mantle of ermine, tht .Metropolitan or
Moscow saying at tht same time. "Cover
and protect thy people as this mantle pro
tects and. covers thee," to which tbe Em
peror responded, "I will, I will, I will,
God helping." Tbe Metropolitan
of Novgorod, crossing his hand upon tht
head of the Emperor,' then invoked the
benediction of Almighty God upon him snd
his reign, and delivered to Alexander III
tbe miwn of Russia, who placed It upon
his own head and, anumlng tbe sceptre
and orb, took lilt seat upon the throne,
calling the Empress, who knelt before him
be touched her head lightly with the crown
of tbe Emperor, and then formally
CROWNBD HKH I
with her own e?rown. After praying In tne
Cathedral of Mlchaei t Archangel, their
Majesties, lettirned lo the palace.
The Emperor re-entered the palace 1
bv tbe celebrated red stair-case,
whence laws were anciently promulgated.
Tben be turned and saluted the people.
The Imperial banquet began at 8:30 p. in:'.
in the hail called tne ursnovitata raiaia.
Their Majesties were served by distin
guished nobles acting as cup-hearers,
. Tbe Czar's manifesto was issued last
evening. It announce! a continuance of
the present state of affairs in Russia, con
ditional pardon of Poles, and the remission
of tbe penalties for non-political offences
nnd other matters. Silver tokens iu mem
ory "of the day were distributed In twenty
churches. The cost of the coronation fs
estimated at $10,000,000, which will be
covered by the Issue of treasury bills."
THE CZAR'S THANKS.
Moscow. May 2. The Imperial re
acrip Uii('d returns the thanks of the Czar
to the (irnnd Duke Michael for bis services,
and minounces bis appointment as a mem
ber of Ihe Committee of Ministers. The
rescript alto says tbe Grand Duke Alexia is
appointed Admiral In Chief of the Russian
A heavy fall of rain late last night inter
fered with the illumiuatlou in honor of tbt
Moscow, May 28. The enthusiasm of
the people over the success of the corona
tion eeremonles Is unabated. Crowds ait
constantly assembling under tbe windows
of the Kremlin cheering heartily for the
Dum.iv, May 28. Michael Fugln, con
victed of the murdar of Burke, was hanired
at Ktlinainhain Jail this morning. The
weather was overcast. Fagin since re
ceiving his sentence has been very atten
tive to tho Initructions of the priests who
visited blm. In an Interview recently
with relatives he declared that tin
bad not hurt a hair of Burke 'a
bead. II i mother, confident of the inno
cence of her son, wroto to tht Queen
repeating this declaration, but the Tetter
was not answered. Canon Konnody at
tended the condemned man In the morn
ing. The black flag announcing the exe
cution had taken place was hoisted over
the Jail t o'clock, present. Everything
went off quietly. A small crowd of per
sons collected outside the prison, a few of
whom knell In prayer for the repose ot the
soul of Kaxln. The condemned man was
pale, but appeared rerlgned to hli fata,
Death was Instantaneous,
PAYING THK INFORMERS.
Dublin, May 28.- Farrell, one of tho
Informers In the trials of the Phoenix Tark
murders, received 1,000 from the Gov
ernment, and Mlchnl Kavanagb, the car
man, another informer, 250. Both have
quit the country. James Carey, the in
former, snd bis brother Pctor will receive
small Hums for their service.
Tawr. May 58. A duel with hword
was fought between Delplt, a writer on
the Tails, and Alphonsi Ditudet, the
well-known novelist. Thn former was
RAILKI) KOK NK.W YORK,
Havrii, May 28. Mc.Dcrmolt, frequent.
y mentioned during the Inquiry at Cork
Into the dynamite conspiracy, sailed for
London, May 28.-A Times corre
spondent from Paris sayt the country it
thoroughly aroused concerning the Ton
quln trouble. It la felt that the timo for
reflection Is past, ami tli on'y course for
France la to act vigorously, and, above all
things swiftly. The latent news from Chi
na It (hat 8,000 troop, named in the man.
ner of European troops, have already ar
rived at tbe Tonnuln frontier, and tbo feel
ing throughout China is entirely hostile lo
Rerun. May 2S. It Is reported that
Bismarck oontemplales a radical remodel
Ing of tbt entire constitution of the empire.
M hlakey and Mnriler.
Pi t'l'HRtiRo, Mav 28. A 8oottdle
Pennsylvania, special ttvt: Last Saturday
night a man named Bnvle family shot Ste
phen Medhlok In tbt bowel-, Mednlck,
who is a Hungarian, koopi a saloon nr
tho Vallty Coke , Works, and Saturday
night rafuied to sell liquor to Boyle, v-hen
tht littler, after imsahlng tbt windows of
thataloon, drew bit rtvolvtr and Bred
tbrat shots, all of tbem tnttrlnf MedultVe
Elopatj Wit a fteft-rt,
El.I.ETaviLLa, lK0.. May 'i.-Tb dis
appearance of tha beUa or this place,, Mias
Ida Shook, It Skill uoearplalned. : It Is now
alleged that tht baa goat oft to marry a
negro. Oreraytarage a colored troupe
known as tbt "Wllbtrforce Concert Slag
era" gave an entertainment bert. Mlis
Shook carried on a flirtation with one of
the male purformer. At the close, aba
eluded her lady companion, met hlin at the
door, snd he accompanied her homo. Next
mm ,i ug her parents heard of It and up
bralditd her severely. She repented, ap
parently, until several montbi later a letter
was found that evidonotd the was In lovt
with tht negro. Her fathar lectured htr
again and forbade tbt postmaster giving
her her mail any more. Tbe other night
she wanted to go to a social. ; Her parents
objected. She want upstairs, cut off her
hair ind went to the social. There
she met other lady friends, and told tbem
ah wax expecting a lady acquantance on
Ihe train. They all went to tbe depot at a
late hour. The train pulled In, only halt
lug, when, without a word, she stepped
on a car, and was gone. Her parents
were immediately Informed. The tele
graph was used, but without result. It
now turns - out that she has been
receiving letters weekly Ihrough another
girl's name. It (Is ffifred she bat gont
to an uut-of-thc-wav place to meet tbe
negro. She took with her 1B and a gold
The Largest Tahnre Warehouse In the
Cincinnati, O., May 28. The tobacco
trade of this city Is deeply interested In the
formal opening of what ia said lo he the
Urgost tobacco warehouse in the world. I
is tbe Globe Tobacco Warehouse of the
Brooka-'Vaterfleld Company. It it seven
storlet In height. wJtb an area in the center
lighted by a glass roof, and affords, with
the old warehouse adjoining, four and
three-quarter acres of floor space. -At the
opening ceremonies a large nnmber were
present. Speeches were luado by Dr. T.
It. Sponce; lion, John W. Flnnell, Hon,
John Y. Folleft, Mayor ftephenn, R, F.
Covington, ohn C. Underwood, J. D.
Parker and MV Ryan. Letter were read
from Murat llalstead and the Hon. John G.
Ilia la Sftasit Down.
PirranCRO. Pa.. May J8. -The situation
of affairs between too Iron mauufaoturers
and workmen It without a marked change,
and It is generally believed that a prolonged
suspension Is inevitable. Thursday next
will witness tht expiration of tht txiating
soalt, and work will then bt stopped Iu all
mills which up to that timo havt uot signed
tbe new scale. That tht tteel mills will
continue in operation Us generally under
stood, and it is conceded also that a ftw
Iron mills will sign tbt scale. With these
exceptions, however, tbt prospects art
that the iron mills of thlt region and tbt
west will shut down Friday next to con
tinue olosed for an indefinite pf Hod. '
Base Ball hjr Btaosrle Liarbl. .
Fort Watni. Ind , May A novk
experiment of playing base ball by tht
electric light will bt tried in Ibis oily to
morrow night, when tht Fort Wavne and
Indianapolis olube contest for tbe ebrnw i"
pionsbtp or tne mate. i ne grounus win
he lighted with twtlva Jenny electric lights
placed at the four oorntrt and sldus of tht
grounds on poles forty fett high from tht
Cleveland. O., May 88. President
CbUholra.of tbe Cleveland Rolling Mill
Company, who has Just returned to the
city, says that he expects no strike here,
that no scala ot prices has been presented
to him to sign: none probably wi'i he, at
the company does not reoognlxt tbt amal
gamated association. He adds no atrlke
elsewhere ever affected tho company here,
and (hat ita employes have no cause to
Blcyele PrewOMfaa. - " '
Krw York, May 28. The third annna
meet of the League of Ameriean Wheel
men took plaoe to-day. Blcyoilstt from
Maine to California participated in tbe pa
rade. Two thousand wero In tbt
In the procession, which mado an tntereit
MAY 28, 1888.
flTTrV V.lr Mrm. nnrli CH OAa
415; good to choloe shipping $5 BOflW;
common to tair $o W(at ou. .
HOOS-oo lower: light 8,7o7IB5
mixed packing $6W3ilo; heavy pack
ing and shipping $7 2007 50.
sr. lodis. ' . ,
CATTL-Sualawags $2 &0r3 90; stags
and hulls $3 ftVaU 26; light shipping
steer W 2.V35 ,5; heavy shipping steers
V '(ai V good cowi and heifer H SV3
5 00; common cows and bolfert $3 60O
4 2D; good cowi and calves faoOtA; com
mon cows and calvet $1525.
HOGS Finn, but slow; good Inquiry
chocked by sellers axklng an advsnne.
Light t re .illy good yorl'ers $ti 83i7: Phil
adelphia $7 2.V97 8A; rough to good mix
ed packing $J 50O7; butchers to extra
.17 ()ntil Bklnv anil nulla SRffliA 2V
SHEEP Quiet, butbuotably steady and
unchanged. Sheared: Common to medi
um $2 25r23 AO; fair to good $3 7Aa)
4 50; prime $4 6W3 00; stocken $2 20
Cdl 75: prime $4 WrdS 00; fair to good
Texaus $3 50(34 00; spring lambs $1 6003
WHKAT-Illgher, clolng$l Wi June;
finVdf July; $1 18 Augute;
$1 18SMV September; $1 19iO Octo
ber; l 14 W year.
COKN Better at MX June; . 87 K
CdH July; hSH August; 61 your,
UATS-IIigher at BMC&So June;
SOS July; 34 Augunt: 82X year.'
ST, LOUIS. . '
WHEAT Higher, closlnr at $1 20
Juno; 1 21 S July;$l 22 August;$l 2.1V
8eptemhor; $1 25 S' October; 1 ltfX
y'coN-FIrm, 61 June; 58f July;
65X August; 40H tear. ' -
OATS -Hotter, 40 .f June; 40H
July; Ul'a year.
WHEAT July 1 2; August
$1 28 V; September 1 2t)li- October
$1 28Srtil 30 "t. '
CORN-July 67. August 68; Heptember
OATS-July 67 'i ;$ August 4-JX i Soptom.
Conntrj rradiioa, Eto.
HUTTKR Choice to fancy creamery at
lKto'.H); seconds at best dairy ratos, Dairy
at UYiHl for choice and fancy, occasion
ally 18 was obtained for gulit-edge In a
small wav; fair to good 12(314; common
BftlO. Sear-by packod hut been acoiimu.
luting for some time, and the market la at
present largely overstocked, and there
oems to be no sale for It at all; quota oom
inon VM, fair at m and the beat at 10(1
11 In lot. Sale, 40 palls at 6. 4,
UVK lOl'LTRY-Dull and weak. Old-Ilons-
26(93 60; mixed at (3 00O3 20
(according to the number of cooks in a
coop); cocks, S2 76. Spring Supply near
ly all tmalland scrubby, 8mlt dead dull
at 75c(Sl ; mtdltim $1 26rt 60; fair t
good 1 76fM; choice, or tho boat tn tale,
2 25rr2 60.
E(HiS-Offerlngs liberal, demand only
moderate and market quit aad easier at
3o for current receipts.
LEAP Firm and fabjhar, at M ItMN N
for refined, and salet of hard at MM.
Aoat salt l itflotd Ml made pufeHe.
,. i TTTirir
, Is not- signing a pledge
or taking a solemn oath that
cannot be kept, because of
the non-removal of the cause
liquor. The way to make
a man temperate is to kill
the desire for those dreadful
artificial stimulants that car
ry so many bright intellects
to premature graves, and
desolation, strife and un
happiness into so many
It it a fact I Brown's Iioit
Bitters, a true non-alcoholic
tonic, made in Baltimore,
Md., by the Brown Chemical
i " Company, who art old drag
:' cists and in every partlca
, lar reliable, will, by remov
ing the rraWng appetite of
the drunkard, and by curing
tlie nervousness, weakness,
V . r. and general ill health result
ing from intemperance, do
more to promote temperance,
in the strictest sense then
any other meant now known.
It is a well authenticated
fact that many medicine,
especially ' bitters,' are noth
ing but cheap whiskey vilely
concocted tor use in local
option countries. Such is
not the case with Brown's
I ron Bitters. It is a medi
cine a, cure for weakness
and decay 'in the nervous,
muscular, and digestive or
gans of the body, produc
ing good, rich blood, health
and strength. Try one bot
tle. Price gi.oo.
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