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Natural Fruit 'Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruit, with'
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial ieeences. Always uniform in strength,
without any, jdulterations or impurities.
Hate gained Jhfir reputation from their
perfect purfty,uperior strength an6 guaf.
itjf. Admitted by all who have used them
a the most delicate, grateful and natural ,
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, tte.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, and St. Louis, Mo.,
akanaf l.a,lla ". PrWa fraaa Bakla
trwr, mmi Sr. f rtaa'i l'at,M twfmmt,
WIMAKE NO SECOND CRADtCOODSa
Costive net ,
Impurity of the
ItliMxl, Fever and
ami all DUfw
cauaud by De
rangement of LWar, Ho well sod Kidneys.
SYMPTOMS OP A MSFASKD LITER.
Bad Ilrcath : l'am in the Silc, lumcumo the
pain ia felt under the Shoulder-blade, mistaken fur
Khcumatum ; general Ioi of appetite ; Howell
K Derail cottive, frnietimet alternating with 1:
e hed ii troubled with pain, u dull and heavy,
with conatdcralile Irsa of memory, acorn paJiiea
with a painful w tuition of leaving undone snenetmng
which ouht to have been done; s tlight, dry coun
and rV.lil face u lometiinc an attendant, often
Dituken for omuumption; tlie patient cmnpUin,
of wearineM and debility; neryoua.eaiily aurtled;
fcet cold or burning i.jir.etimea i prickly Mnaauon
of the tlcin cuui; iiiru are low and iW;indent,
and, although wunficJ that exerciie would be bene
ficial, yet one can hardiy tummon up fortitude to
try it in fact, dturuau every remedy. Sereral
of the above tynipioms attend the diacae, but catea
have occurred when but few of them eaitted, yet
elimination afwrr death ha thaw a the Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
It should be used by all persons, old aad
young, whenever any of the above
Persons Traveling or Living In Cn
healthy Localities, lv taking s dote ocrsaton
ally to keep the Liver in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria, llillous attacks, Diittneu, Nau
sea, browtinns, bepicMion of blunts, etc. It
will invigorate like a glut of wine, but Is Do In
If You have eaten anything hard of
digestion, or feel heavy after meala, or sleep
less at night, use a dose and ym will be relieved
Time and Iloctors' Hills will be saved
by always keeping the Krgulator
In the Home I
For, whatever the ailment may be, s thoroughly
safe purgative, alterative and tonic can
never be out of place. The remedy it liannleM
and does not Interfere with business or
IT IS Pl'RELY YEOETAHI.K.
And hi all the power and efficacy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injuno'B after effect.
A Governor's Testimony.
Simmons I.iver Regulator hat been in use in my
family for tome time, and I am tatitlicd it it s
valuable addition to the medical tcience.
J. liiLL Shorts, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander II. Stephens, of Ga.,
aays; Have dcnvc.1 tome benefit from the use of
Simmons I.iver Ktguutor, and with to give it s
"The only Thing that nrver falls to
Believe." I have used many remedies for Lyt-
repsia, I.iver Affection snd 1 "ebility, but never
ave found anything to benefit me to the eitenl
Simmons I.iver Regulator hat. I tent from Min
nesota to Georgia for it. and would send further for
tuch s medicine, and would advise all ho are sim
ilarly affected to give it a tri .l as it teems the only
thing that never fails in relieve
P. M. JannkT, Minneapolis, Minn.
I"r. T. Vi'. M.iHon sayit : From actual ex-
perience In the use of biminont I.iver Reculator in
my practice I have been and am satisfied to use
snd prescribe it ss s purgatise medicine.
ftajfTake only tha Genuine, which always
has on the Wrapper the red 7. Trade-Mark
and Signature or J. II. ZEIUN ti CO.
FOR SALE BV ALL DRUGGISTS.
D. BAY LEY,
Candee, City National
Q.EOKQE II. LEACH, M. D.
Phvtsioian and Surgeon.
Rnnrlal attnutlon uiilil to the HomooiSthic treat
rot'Dt of surgical dlnuaniss, aud diseases of women
Office: On 14th atruttt, opposite the Post Ofllce,
JJU. J. E. 8TKONU, "
128 Commercial Ave., Cairo, III.
VAPOtt. ELECTRO-VAPOR and MEDICATKD
33 AT IIS
A lady In attendance.
K. W. C. JOCKLYN,
OKFICI Eighth Street, near Comperctal Avenns
kit. E. W. WU1TLOUK,
Omoi No. 188 Commercial
Bfr'i and Nluth Streets
YORK. STOKE i .
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
CT O. PAT I UK OC KJKJ.,
Cor. Nlnstesntb strsot I
Commercial A tonne I
THE RIOTING STRIKERS,
Particulars of Monday Even
All Quiet at the Mines Since-Gen
eral and Political News-Crimea
Hkm.kvim.k, I I., May 'J!".-Late in the
afternoon ye-tiTil,iy the ltn;tlion nf nff.ilm
wn ri'l'i-t. (l to Mici ifl llotue.iiict. ami he
lelegriiliei the (iovi-i nor. who replietl by
nriletltii.' three I'iMMiiiiiili'K of inilltiu to I ho
Holnei ke lnltie, Thi'KO wore Cnmnany 11.
Taylnryllle: Company (i. Vlnlenj Com-
tiuny r , r.uwanuviiii', aggregating aootit
V), null tiiiUt-r Col. Itarklev's coniiiiantl.
They hml been at the. Ablx-y tnlnes, but
were t k,.-ist St. I.ouU on I heir way liotne.
At i :''() p. in. thi'V liounb'tl lite M.'iM'ouliih
scriiininodallon for Keliiet ke, nnd reat-hed
the initio at f:ttO. Mi'anwhlle,
Deputy Sheriff Anthony bad tlriv
en Hi from TWIIcville .villi tbe news
that soldiery wttt enmiiiz, mid lie matin a
ul e nei',i irom a iilatfoini by the ultle of
II track, ailvialnu the rioteis lo rll-iere
Mini cn home. The women greeted tbo an-
noitiHTtiirnt and the adv'ce with veils of
derision, and they n well ax their sii iklntf
brethren wore ruiiijiletelv antotiutleil at the
unexpected slbt of holdlers (lUi-inlmt kin;
from Ihn train. The strikers bud then
gathered on the north HI nf the track
tie eatne wheie t,e sobliers were
aliL'btliig. snd t steenl hill overhang the
truck Kt this point. .
As t ol. liarkler was ulMiiountlnz
several of the strikers commenced mak
INSU.Tt.M, RKM AKKff
and thii'Htctiing tho soldierx, beside mak
ing iolciit tleinoutnitlonf . AnthO'iV or
dered them to be tiii:t, under penally of
the law; and a striker presented a pistol
and tired it between Anthony and (iener il
Reese, and iiniilfanroii.lv there were sev
eral pistol shot' tlted bv the strikers at the
soldier, who vu-ie iilibtin from the cars,
and u!hi into the ear windows, there vet
being soldiers in the ears, several of them
nurrowlv ecaplnif being hit. Tbe alnkcrs
were ii'tiett.ng from thelplaiiiN overtbo
lillU. and litriiing and thing a tbev went.
and the so'dm started instintllvtdv to
puisne tbem; mid S'jinc one (perhaps An
thony, for the Rcceoinils ate coii-
"'i'tinL'1 pave rvrltedlv tbo or
der to' tire, nnd the soldiers potirrd
so'ley lifter volley 'ton arils tbo flvlni;
crowd, but it Is said that most of tbe
shuts were intentionally aimed high. Iu
the midst of the engnccinetit a command
to "Stop firing!" was beard, and the
shooting ceased, but the pursuit was con
tinned until some Iwcirtv-slx prisoners
Investigation then showed that durlni
tile flrinp; one poor fellow was killed. I.y
lug on bis buck was a youitir man
of about twentv-tlve years of
age, well dressed. but the top of
bis head was almost completely shot off.
The brains were scattered over
the ground, nnd tbe face was frightfuMv
disfigured. The eves were forced outof
their sockets and bung on the checks.
Ibe mouth w as gaping wide nnd I tie com
plexion was horribly livid. Iicath was in
who lis" not vet been positively identified,
is now at Iloldciu-r's livery stable, and tbe
coroner Is now holding the Inquest. The
ball entered the hack part of the head, ami.
tasting through, tore a large bole in his
orehead. The wounded man is being,
cared for at tbe Count Hospital.
The twentv-iwo miners arrested, arriveit
here to-day fat noon. They were releas
ed on giving their mini's and promising to
appear if wanted. Several hundred min
ers loudly cheered their released compaii
ions. Tbe police force and fifteen special
deputies are keeping order on tbe public
square. Tbe militia are
aid to have acted hastily
and without discipline, and to lime con
tinued the rbsHo and kept up tbe firing
much longer than was necessary. A large
number of miners are now In the city,
their attention being for tbe moment di
verted from the mines by the events of lat
1 1 If a in Starkev, a miner, who was tak
en prisoner was shot through the right hip;
and it Is thought others of tbe strikers were
wounded, lleni v Tbucr, of Company r .
was shot in tbe side, and be avers that he
wag hit by tbe first shot fired, which passed
through the car window before the train
came to a stop. The wound Is nut serious.
The women bad dispersed when the sol
diers appeared, but after tbe shooting they
flocked hack to tlie tnitie, mil wih Uite
subdued. Some of them went down and
dragged the bodv of the dead miner out of
the ditch and on finding him beyond hu
man relief burled most terrible impreca
tions upon those who had shot him.
The sheriff but advices that tbe miners
in the Marlsi district are working nil
right. The Abhev mines at Collinsvllle,
and all tbe Vandnlla mines were hoisting
coat. The Madison county special grand
Jury Is in scss on at Kdwar'dsvlllc, ami en
raged In the indictment of participants In
tbe Iste troubles at CoIIIubvIIIc, Conlidcnce
ProDilueni MrWesmeo'a Vlewalon Ike
New York. May 2!). The World pub
lishes letteri written to Mr. Joseph
Pulitzer bv Senators Ravard and Mc
Donald, respect n the tariff questlou. The
former nays; Aiiviiung iiko nnesse or
the appearance of finesse or trick In deal
ing with such an Issue as the tariff for
revenue or a tariff for tbe protection of
certain classes of our citizens will greatly
weaken the nartv rosorting to It. I know
of no position more Iniprcgnablfl nnd upon
which It Is more important lor tlieiicmo-
critic party to form Its Hue than that public
property can not tie taken tor .private use
under any pretext. The only ground upon
which any Individual can bo
deprived of hia property is to benefit
the community, and whenever such
an exigency arises he m'ist be An:
tustly compensated. The form of exactloc
is Immaterial, Hist as much as the place
and the tax collected In the interior, or
at a man 'i residence, or at a seaport of
entry, and under a tariff law, an excise or
direct tux law, It It all the same: snd to be
Juitirind must be in the name and for the
use or trie Uoverninentof tbo United States.
With this principle once laid down, the
rate of taxation will be easily measured by
public engineers, and such u spectacle as
waa witnessed at tno last session of Con
gress of a handful of men representing
private interests and controlling and mould
ing tha public laws of taxation to suit those
Interests, will never again be tolerated by
honest public sentiment.
ItNATOH M DONALD
lays: "The tariff issue aa connected with
the general subject of revenue reform will
necessarily be an important question In all
future political contests until It la settled
upon the doctrine. of sound political econ
omy. We may be sonio time reaching a
solution of the question, but as the pub Ho
mlud bocomea to be enlightened It will not
be satisfied with any tariff that baa not
for Its government norwlth Its details any
tariff law In which tbe duties laid upon
foreign merchandise shall be above tbe
(Ilea McLean Married.
Ntw Yohk, Muy 20. Miss Rebecca lie
Lean, the Ktatan Island heiress, who was
unsuccessful, tuodifoi' $10,000 breach of
i promise asnisges in new iora oy , iibii-
Uiuiu Berwick, an ex-mlner, has bestowed
1 . , , j m aaji ii . I . .
I uer nsno sua wu,"wva vuueoi.ciAvnsr
journey iuau piiawr.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY MORNIM, MAY 30,
The Pope's Irish Circular.
, f'HiUAixi, May !!. Tbo nioveuinnt
which bus life tt organized to bvlu a mtin
tncotiiig of Irtnb Cathollos In this rlty to
jyroti'nt ngitlnat tbs J'npe 's bull relative to
the participation of the bisbups and clergy
iu the l'untell tesliiitonial fund Is cauaiitit
some stir ainonu the IrUti-Aliicrlfuti clti -
xens neve. 'I here exmu, oppnrflntir, a
(liffffBin-e of opinion as to the winloru of
stivh a course, the mora conservative urg
ing Unit action lie delayed until tbo full
text of the 1'apal tiolt) be known . Others
of the It nilcrs limist on immediate actitiu,
and a lni'cilnj; will be held 'i iKinday next U
deiilde wliiMlici' a tnaxs) tnectlng ntiu.il be
held. The ptltiil Intei'vlewed Join In lll K
inf.' that tin laymen or prelate sliotild eti -gu'o
in any crusade aalutt the ht'iid of tbe
The Hoot- titers' l.orlt-Oul
Cim isnu i, May Si. -Tha end of the
shoe-makers' nck-otit does not affect tbo
lock-out of the bont-inakeis. whose ea
stands on a different ground. The boot
makers In six of (he ten factories here are
locked out because, as they say, they re
fuse to Ht;rce to submit tbo question of
wages to a board of arbitration, They
assert (hut the manufacturer desire In that
way to compel a reduction of wages. They
have adopted a rule prohibiting member
of their assemblies from working extra
hour at night. Tbo same rule, it Is said,
bus been adopted by all the shoe -makers'
resale l Price a Agi-fed To.
Ci.xciNs'Air. May 31. The workmen in.
thd rolling mills hate sgreett upon a scale
of prices of six dollars a ton, and it was
thought It would be presented to the man
ufacturers at noon to-day. It is now saitt it
will lie offered to-morrow. Tbo manu
facturers, however, sir unanimous In say
ing they w ill ajrree to no prices not In ac
cordance with the agreement made witb
the men a year ago. which was to abide by
a settle agreed an nt Pittsburg. They say
further that if tbe men insist on demanding
their terms, and thus violute tbelr agree
ment, they will make no new arrangements
A Ka.isas City Young Lady Found in the
Missouri River Her Disappearance
Kansas City, May 2. The flndlnpr o
the bodv of a young woman in the riser at
Boonvllle. develops into a sensa
tion equal almost to the on Watklns or
Maggie Hennecke disappearances, Mon
day afternoon John Long, a ISoonviilo
fisherman, discovered the body of a voting
woman, badly decomposed, enfnnpfed In
tbe ill ill -wood on tbe bank. The Coroner's
Investigation showed tbe body to be that of
Miss Anna Baiierlein. and that she hail
been foully dealt with, for a bullet hole In
tbe groin showed plainly the cause of
death. Investigations here reveal remark
able story surrounded with many mys
terious, circumstances. Anna liaucrle.in
was the daughter of .Jacob Kaui'ilcin.nneof
the wealthiest snd most prominent resi
dents of this city. She was twenty-six
years old. fairly good looking, well edu
cated and accomplished. On tbe afternoon
of the 1st of April
fHIK l.KFT II Kit HOMK
on Harrison street, uear Eighth, to rail on
a friend Bt Fourth street and Holmes,
which is about an eighth of a mile from tbe
river, at a rather deserted point. She did
not return, and ber family made inquiries
anil learned that she had not called upon
a friend. The) matter was reported to the
police, hut for some reason at present un
known, tbe family refused to allow tbe
facts to be made public. An advertise
ment was Inserted In the papers without
signature offering her financial aid if she
wished It. I'ntil Monday not him; had
been heard from her. - Letters were also
dropped In tbe postofflce for her and they
have been delivered, but when or to
whom tha l'ostofllce officials cannot re
member. .Jacob Ilanerleln, the father of
the dead girl, is nearly frantic over tbo af
fair. He says his daughter whs ambitious
and desired to earn ber own living, a course
to which her family seriously objected.
She, however, answered attractive advei
tlsements in tbe papers, and be thinks
through this practice shu lost her life. He
SHE WAS UKtOVKI)
through an udvertNenipnt to some house of
ill-repute and in attempting to escape was
killed ami ber body thrown Into the river,
lie say be believed all along that she was
still iii the city, and bad secured employ
ment somewhere, lie did not care to make a
scandal, ami so kept the matter
out of the papers. Tbe fath
er snd brothers of tbe dead girl
have L'tme to Hoonvllle for the body. Tbo
bullet wound is such that it could not pos
sibly have been self-Inflicted, and the theo
ry of suicide is untenable. There are sev
eral theories afloat, but the one generally
accepted Is that she met some man with
whom she was in love, although no such
person Is known, nnd that in some lovers'
quarrel he killed her and afterwards cast
her body into the river. Her friends all
adhere to the theory expressed by ber
father, and say she was not receiving the
The girl was attired In a black cashmere
dress, with pocket and sleeve facings of
black silk, over which she wore a tiding
skirt made in two parts with two rows of
platting at the bottom, snd white pearl
button down the front. Sbo hail on a
purple ilamiel undershirt, brown gouts'
naif hose and white tops sewed on. held
by a plain rubber garter and wore number
S inside shoes. She wore fastening a large
largo lace collar a gold breast-pin resem
bling n arch or inverted letter V with
raised lioinan gold leaves and book for
pendant. She wore on her left hand a
lisle-thread glove reaching half way to the
elbow and with . insertion top. In
her pocket was a white handker
chief on which vvu tbo letter ii, torn and
sewed up aci oss the center, and In her
breast was a folded white handm-hlcf on
which was written In Ink Bauerleln. The
hair on her head was gone', but the color
is Indicated by that under her arm, which
Is black, and the flesh on her face was so
much cut off by tbe effects
of the witter as to make her not recog
nizable. Her tuotb were especial. y good.
A bullet-hole was found entering ber
body mid wav between her left hip and the
small of the back, with holes through her
dress and underclothing In the rear to
match, and taking a slight downward
course. The bullet eatiie out In front In
the groin. That was tbe only visible
mark of violence that her body presented.
fcitllln Ilia Face.
C'HtrAOO, Mav '.tl. Senator Cornier, of
this city, last week In the State Cellule,
while certain iininlnat,lons for Chicago Jus
tices of tho peace were ponding, made the
assertion that Justice 1'iindevllle, who was
seeking renotiilnstlnn, was under tho con
trnl nf Chicago Runihlets, and was a tool
of Mike Mehonald. Monday Cornice was
accosted by McDonald, whilo walking tho
streets of this city, ami after some words
the latter spit in the Senator's face, ac
cording to a version published this morn
ing. Condee waa interviewed, but made
nn mention ot the Incident, and bystand
ers assert that ho failed to resent tbe act.
Narrlnsre of Minora.
Norwich, Conn.. May 2f.-Jtivenlle
marriages are not uncommon In this part
of the State. The esse Is now pending In
the Superior Court to annul the marriage
of a young farmer named Guile and Miss
Rosa I,. Pierce, aged twelve years old In
stlt uted a suit for seduction sgulnst a Leb
anon boy In the Superior Court. The
child played with her doll In an ante-room
of the court-room, while ber babe, a
month or two old, was taken car of by IU
. ANOTHER CYCLONE.
''"" .' essasssstttssssssw
Indiana Visited Destruction of Both Ufa
TfcKHR HaI ik. Intl.. Mav A rlotl.
blo-bressted toi undo swept b flay Clt,st
b o'clock Monday afternoon. ' The extrem
ities were a mil apart. Clay Cilv. which
was in the center, tscaped with slight
damage, but kt Seal's Mill, on one side,
a house was swept out of existence, six
persons were killed, a bridge destroyed,
and havoc flayed generally. On tbe other
side, In a little settlement, livi persons
were killed, houses blown to pieces, and
one child blown to heaven, for all that is
known lo the contrary, us it has not yet
been found. In all, 'twelve persons were
injured, besides the killed. T roes were
blown down oei a wide urea.
' I KIl.Bt H(
about six o'clock p. in. a cyclone
struck the town ot rMinburg, "ind. .
following n hesvy rainfall. The wind
storm lusted for ten minutes with great
violence, taking the spire from tbe Metho
dist Church nnd throwing it upon tiie par
sonage, crushing thrnugis the roof lo the
ground. South of the town a grove of tim
ber, belonging to (ieore Clitbslnger, was
demolished, and four miles south the farm
of U. J. Iteming caught the fury of the
storm, the barn on the place being de
iroyert, and' lremlngs son. Frank,
killed. A farm hand is also latttlly in
jured. AT OltKKN'flHI'lIt;, INI).
Ill Monday night's storm D. X. Hamil
ton's burn was torn to pi 'ces and several
dwellings unroofed, 'i be new wheel and
hub factory's walls were crushed iu.
l'SHKI PKF.SI1Y1 KKI VNH,
PiriKHi'Hti, May 211 - The discussion of
the Instrumental question attracted a largo
audience at to-day's session of the United
Presbyterian Assembly. Itev. J. .Jamison
opened tbe proceedings with prayer. Re
port on tbe committee on the consolidation
of I lie board of publication and tbe perma
nent Sabbath School committee waa adopt
ed. AIM o'clock the committee on bills
and overtures presented majority and nii
norily reports, both of which were read.
At the conclusion of the reading a reso
lution was offered to adopt the majority re
port. A csll for remark brought 'Rev.
Oliver Kstz to his feet. He said the ques
tion was a serious one for consideration
so serious that it might result in dlsreput
Im? the church. He was onnosed to instru
mental music and with all due respect to
tbe last lieneral Assembly be did not think
it wits Infallible. It had no power to make
a change. They had no authority to make
Rev. Henry, of Delaware county, New
lork. nalil lie was opposeitto lmtnimenl.il
music and by the Assembly's action on this
question 'our ship or state may be driven
an a rock ana roundereti. '
If the majority report was sustained he
predicted that there would never be peace
nu iiurmonv in tne cnurcn. i ne report
was inconsistent, for although any man
may have a right to introduce an instru
ment, the Assembly had no right to enjoin
him, but when It becomes a question it the
inlroducl On is accidental or essential, tnen
it is within tbe piovince of the church to
net, and not of a committee.
Huston. Muy 2!i. The annual meeting
of the Anicrlca'n Uiflturiuii Association will
be held this morning. Tho report of tho
Hoard of Trustees shows iH'WO received
for general purposes during the year, tie
sides til. id) in bequests. There has been
raised for denomination work during tbe
vear 2''tt. &.). including $12.KI0 to extln
euish the debt upon the ehurch tit New
Orleans. il.'i IX "t to incrense the endowment
of Meadvllle Theological school anil ltt.(SJ
for Hungsrv. Thirty-nine societies have
received aid from the treasury. The work
goes steadily on with much iu cheer and
little to depress. The treasurer's report
shows that the total receipts of the past
vear wore $132, 172 unci a balance, after
pann.ill expenses. of,$2.iiH2.
8aRa K(;a, May 2. Rev. Dr. J. Addi
son llenrv, of Philadelphia, led tbe Hen
eral Assembly in prayer-meeting. Judge
Hooper C. Van Voorst offered resolutions
of respect to the memory of Judge (leorge
Share wood, lay commissioner from Phila
delphia Presbytery to the Assembly, who
died at home Monday from the disease
which prevented his taking his seal.
Disastrous Incendiary Fires.
St. PaI'i., Minn., May 2l. Several
fires In Mlnnespolls Monday night are be
lieved to be the work of incendiaries. The
first one occurred Just before midnight,
burnings frame house belonging to Louis
Demising. Loss to owner and tenants,
$12,(ii0. A tire occuired Inter iu tho
lumber vurd and pinning mill of Whenton,
Raynolds A Co., and 'he shingle yard of
Me'rrinian, Harrows & Co. The property
of the former firm ws consumed. Includ
ing the shops and two hundred and fifty
thousand feet of lumber. Loss fVl.tluo.
Msrrlman, Harrows A Co.'s loss Is Jtt.iMJO.
The warehouse of Averlll, Kussull & Car
penter, filled with paper stock, was also
burned. Loss ,000.-
The total loss on all fires Is about $75,
000. The Insurance thus far ascertained Is
J37,5d0j there is probably not over $2,500
more. No company lost moro than tl ,000.
Several firemen narrowly escaped injury.
All are believed to be Incendiary.
Several men were arrested under sttspl
clon this morning, somo of whom are con
cerned in tho strike on the Manltobu Air
Judge K rtuii uot yel Heard from,
St. Lotus, May 21. A sensational
telegram which wits published here this
afternoon ss coming from Chicago, claimed
thut Chester II. Kruin v as In that city,
where he bud undergone a painful opera
tion with the litbotritor, and that he hsd
been dozed by opium and was In a terribly
low shite. Mr. Hugh MoKlttrluk, Cheater
. brum's brother-in-law, stated em
phatically that as far ss he knew, and as
far us any of Charles Kru ill's frleuds knew,
there was not it particle ot truth in the
telegram. His whereabout remain a
(Senator l.osrnn's Sftalement.
CnirAOO, May 2!l. Senator Logan, In a
two-column lotter published In the Tribune
this morning, reiterates In detail his denial
that be located any lauds on the mil In
dian reservation, and asserts that lands lo
cal ed by his son-in-law, Ma). Nicker,
likewise, are not within th reservation ot
those Indians. The senator asaerta that
certain published accounts to the effect that
hs had Infringed on the rights of these In
dians were given politically antagonistic
Heavy I.stee Robbery.
CLRVFI.AND, May 2.-Some time be
tween Saturday night, and Monday mortr
lug about a thousand dollars' worth of lace
was stolen from Hewer & lllgbee's
store. Thero Is no sign uf burglars
having broken In and no traco of the
A ratal rave-la.
NOHRISTOWN, Po., May 21.-Aangof
railroad laborers were burled hy a cave-In
on the Philadelphia, N'orrlstown and
Phanlxvllle Railroad at Conshohnckcn
this morning. Andrew Gurltek, Andy
Johnson and George Scoopgon were fatally
Gossip Ahonl lt Lily,
Nrw York. May 2fl.-tt Is gossiped here
that Mrs. Langtry Is to got a divorce in this
state on the nlna of abandonment (or two
years, and that she will marry Freddie
Usbhsrdt In tbs autumn. Ue la twenty
tour and ahe Is tklrtj-twe.
Another Letter From tha Pope-A Second
Suez Canal The FrerrA Policy
Loxpon. Mav 2!.- The America . bsrk,
Stonewall Jackson, from Portland, Ore
gon, while being toweii to Hartlepool,
went aground nn Red Car Rock and tilled.
The crew was saved. It is expected the
vessel will be a total wreck.
I II . IUKK Of Al.HtSV.
I.ondox.IM i 211. The Kvening News
publishes a statement which is pro'mblv
witnmit rouniiaiton. that the Pukeor Al
bany offered his services for tbe (fovernor
Oenei Al of Canada, before the Marquis of
J.ntHtlo A'ne was appolntetl.
A RAILWAY COMPLAINT.
London. May 2!l. At a meeting of the
Mexican Itallu.iv Company to-tlay tbe
chairman complained that tbe Mexican
government bud granted a subsidy to tbe
Inter-oeemiic lUilwav company in violation
or me aiexiem iraiiwsv eompsny s exclu
sive right. He saw that :I,ISS) due from
the Mexican government was practically a
bad debt. There was no reason lo fear a
subsidence, of tho late heavy trairiu in rail
way Inateiial, If, however, it did subside
be said thv would have for compensation
tbe general development nf l'e trade which
must use their line.
AN'OIHKR PAI'AI. LMTKII.
Another encyclical letter will shortly be
Issued b the 'I'npe lo the faithful in all
parts of the world denouncing
secret societies, lie w I also enjoin
priests to refuse the sacrament to all
persons connected with sedition move
ments. wit 4 1' TDK KRKXCH WII.I. IM.
It is reported th.it the Freni'h (iovern
ment h.tve sssitrid (ireat Hritiiin that
they do not intend to annex Ton
qttln, but that they will uphold their
treaty rights mid exact a full satisfaction
from the Emperor of Anuam at tbe capital
of that country.
Dublin, May '.it. The letter sent to the
Queen by the mother of Michael Fagun,
who was hanged Monday for the murder of
Burke, In which Mrs. Fagan protested tbe
innocence of her son. was referred to Karl
Spencer, tbe Lord Lieutenant, who, how
ever, refused to interfere In the case of l'a
Havana, May 23. The officials who hav"
charge of the department of tax col"
lection have submitted false fur gen
uine receipts which smoitnts to about
M .issi.ouO, An investigation Is demanded.
Wasjiunotov, May 29. Advices front
Havana report twenty-six deaths from
yellow fever for seven" davs, ending tha
Pahi9. May 2!). The Suex Canal Com
pany and the' llrltlsh government have ar
rived at an understanding In regard to the
construction of a second canttl across the
isthmus. The arrangement must receive
tbe approval of the shareholders of tbe
company before it can be carried out.
Zurich, Mty 20. The people of Zurich
have by a popular vote sanctioned a bill
providing for the restoration of capital
A Bad Fir.
iitw York, May 2ft. The cotton ware
house of Qeoge Hartlch wes damaged hy
fire to the extent of sixty thousand dollars
MAY 29, 1383.
CATTLE Steady ; exports $tia 15;
good to choice shipping $5 tCwaS 05;
common to i.iir ntifaS 00: butchers $2 50
W4 2o; siockc. .land feeders H Vtdfi;
IK n IS Qtilet and slow: prices easy; not
qiiotably lower; light $6 50fa7 25;
mixed packing io 80fa,' 15; heavy pack-
tug and shipping $7 20(37 45.
CATTLK Scalawags $2 50fS3 25; stags
and bulls $: 5'VoH 2ft; light shipping
steers $5 2-Vrf.i "5; henvv shipping steers
$0 7.Varfi 25; good cows and heifers W 2M
5 00; common cows and heifers $3 60O
4 2.i ; good cows and calves i(slOfS45; com
mon cows and calves $I57?25.
HOGS More life In the trsde, classes
purchasing freely at yesterday's prices.
Light to good yorters $tlUu?l0; mix
ed to good packing $6 7&07 20; butchers
to extra $7 15(37 37 X ; skips and culls
SHEKP Quiet, but quotably steady and
fair demand. Common to medi
um $2 25(33 50; fair to good $3 7DO
4 50; prime $4 50O5 00; stoekors $2 20
r?2 75: prime $4 50O5 00; fair to rood
Texuiis $3 60(34 00; spring lambs $1 60(93
WIIEAT-Lower, closing $1 M.'f June;
$115', July; $1 Wi August: $117K
September; $1 IS October; $1 13H year.
COKN'-Lower at 65V June; 67K
July; H August; 61 ' year.
OATs-Lower at 80 June; 39WOV
July; 114 August; 31 year.
WHEAT Lower, closing at $1 lDf
Juno; 1 20 July; $1 21 H August; $1 23
September; $1 25 October; $1 10 X
CORN-Lower;51K June; BJOYJuly;
51V August; 47 vear.
OAT8-Flrm;40x June; 40X July; 31X
WHEAT -July $1 26H"; August
$127S; Septeiubor 1 28H'; October
$1 2HSW1 IJ0.
CO KN -J lily 60; August 07 H September
OATS-July WIS; August 52V; Sep
te in ber 40,
Country Produce, Etc.
nUTTER-Cholne to fancy croamery at
18020; seconds at best dairy rates. Dairy
at 15(817 for choice and fancy, occasion
ally 18 was obtained for guilt-edge in a
sniallwsy; fair to good 12014; common
8O10. Near-by packed has been accumu
lating for some time, and tho markst Is at
present largely overstocked, and there
seems to be no sale for It at all; quote com
mon 4rtu, fslr at 7(f0. and the best at 10(1
11 in lots. Sale, AO pkgs low at8o.
EGdH-Pull and weak at 13o.
LIVE POULTRY-Qulet and dull.Old
Hens $3 25V93 60; mixed at 93 00(93 25
(according to tbe number of cocks in a
coop); cocks, $2 76. Spring Supply near
ly all smsll and scrubby. Small dead dull
at 75crf.fl; medium $1 2501 60; fair to
good tl 75(32; choice, or the bestonssle,
i 'imi 60.
LEAD Firm, but quiet. Sale, 1 ear
Hard (chemical) $4 Ilk. Refined is held
at $4 20, but Is not wantod at this price.
Mark Lane Wheat not much doing; corn
dull. Spot wheat firm; No. 2 spring
8s 8d; western winter 9s Id. Western
corn dull and eealsr at 6s 7d. Demand
from United Kingdom aad Continent
I rather dull for wheat aad core.
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 man
It is a fact! Brown's Iron
Bitters, a true non-slcohoU
. ic tonic, made in Baltimore,
Md.,by the Brown Chemical
Company, who are old drug
fists and in every particu
lar reliable, will, by remov
ing the rraving appetite of
the drunkard, and by curing
the nervousness, weakness,
and general ill health result
ing from intemperance, do
more to promote temperance,
in the strictest sense th&n
any other means now known.
It is a well authenticated
fact that many medicines,
especially ' bitters are noth
ing but cheap whiskey vilely
concocted for use in local
option countries. Such is
not the case with Brown's
cine, a cure for weakness
a'nd 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 $i.oo.
rpuE i rrv national bank.
H' ( niro, Illinois.
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TIIOS W. IIA7..,J..trA ,
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FLOUR, HKA1N AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hlfhr-at Caub Price Paid for WhMf.
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