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Costive acs a,
Impurity of the
Illnml, Kver anj
and all Diseases
caused by De
rangement of Liver, Uowtls and Kidney.
SYMPTOMS OF A DISEASED LITER.
Bid llrcath ; l'ain in the Si'lc, sometimes th
Eiln ii fell under the Shoulder-blade, mistaken for
heumaliim; general Ium of appetite; Howell
S literally cottive, aometimct altr.riiaiing with lax; .
te head Is troubled with pain, it dull and heavy,
with considerable lou of memory, accompanied
with a painful KiKatinn of ltavinumlonc tomething
aliich ought to have been dune; a blight, dry cough
and fluihed fact it sometime an attendant, often
miitaken for conmimption; the patient complain
of wearineoi and debility; nervoui, eaiily startled;
(eet cold or burning, omctimrt prickly actuation
of the akin exittt; tplriu are low and nViuondent,
and, although tatisfirj that cicruie would be bene
ficial, yet one can h.u-rlly lummon up fortitude to
try it in fact, distruita every rtmedy. Several
of the above lymptoint attend the diarate, but caaea
have occurred when but few of them eiled, yet
examination after death ha ihown tht Liver to
have been extensively deranged. .
It should be used by all persons, old and
young, whenever any of the above
Peraoae Traveling r-IJvina; In Cn
healthy Loejtlllie, by taking a diM occaioa
ally to keep the liver in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria, lUlioua attack, I iuineaa, Nau
sea, Drown new, Depreuion of Spirit, etc. It
will invigorate like a glats of wine, but la no la
If Tou have eaten anything hard ot
digestion, or feel heavy after meals, or sleep
lea at night, take dose and you will be relieved.
Time and Doctors' Mil will be aaved
by always keeping the Regulator
In the Hons
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
ale purgative, alterative and tonio can
never te out of place. The remedy is hannleaa
and doe out Interfere with bualneaa or
pie aa ore.
IT IS rCRELT VEnETABLE.
And has all the power and efficacy of Calomel 01
Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects.
A Governor' Testimony.
Simmons Liver Krgiibuir has been in use in my
family for some time, and I am satisfied k la a
valuable addition to ti e medical science.
J. Gill SitoaTn, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander II, Klephen. of fia.,
says: Have derived tome benefit from the use of
Simmons I.ivcr Regulator, and wish to give it
"The only Thing that never fall to
Relieve."! have used many remedies fur Dys
pepsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never
nave found anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmons Liver Krgulator has. 1 sent from Min
nesota to Georgia for it, and would send further for
such a medicine, and would advise all who are sim
ilarly affected to give it a trial as it seems tbe only
thing that never (ails to relieve
P. M. jAxxrv, Minneaolis, Minn.
Dr. T. W. MitMou says I From actual ex
perience in the use of Simmons liver K'-gnlalur is
ray practice I lave teen and ain satisfied to use
and prescribe it as purgative medicine.
tttTTake only tht Genuine, which always
has on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. II. ZEILIX CO.
FOR SALE BY A I.I. DRUGGISTS.
D. HAY LEY,
Candee, City National
QEOUUE II. LEACH, M. L.
Physician and Surpreon.
Spoclal alttmttun paid to the loineoba;hic tr" it
m tit of aureical disuaaua, and disrasi-a of worms
and r lil 1 Inn.
Ofice: un HtB eiriwt.ouuoalUs tbu Pol O.TI :e,
U. J. E. STRONG,
128 Commercial Ave-, Cairo, III.
VAl'OIl, ELECTRO-VAPOR mho MEDICATKD
A lady In attendance.
H. W. C. JOCKLYN,
OFPI'"a? BVhth Street. near Compare.Ut Avi oa
R. K W. WHITLOCK,
Ornol No. 138 Comraerctal
ttM't and Nli.lh Street
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EU &c CO..
Cor. NkDeteonth street! Pa! PA Til
Commercial Avtmouf VttllVs A Ms
Bhop on llalllday Avunue, bclwnen afourth and
UUtli kil..tl. f'al.A tlltnnla
y-AII kinds nl light tud heavy blacksmllhlnir
mil snit parrlairo work dnnn In tha mortwoik
manlike maimer. Ilorse-Buotilna a specialty and
latlfactlon guarau teod .
(th 8 tree w batwotiD Cora't Ave. and Laveti.
CHOKE BO III NO A 8PECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMUMTION.
tjaft Baaalttd. All Klndi ot lUyf Made
S"i" --- - - - hsi
Honoring Those Who Died on
The Field of Battle.
General Observance of the Day-
Trie President In New York
Ceremonies in Other
AT NEW YORK.
.rw York. May 3o. Decoration Dav
wiw generally observed. All the batik
and exchange were cloned with few ex
ception, bimliiesH wait Kllpended. From
an early buiir the Htreeta In ull Nfctloti of
the city reaniinded wlih the tiraln of
martini muaie, and litiuUrcua tit persona
were out in holiday attire to wltneaa the
display. The route along which tint vo
eesaion wna to pun wait lined with people.
The window of houiws along the route
were alao crowded. On tlm piazza ul
MaillNon Square was erected a atand on
whlrh were sealed the PreKldent,
floeretary Cbund ler and .Secretary Holder.
Atiornev-deiierai lirewster. litioi-tieti.
t rai Ilnncock and stuff. Mntor KiNmi.
rommodore 1'pxltur, Brlgkdier-(eneral
Ivtron. lie Trobrliind. Governor l.udlotv.
of New Jeri y, with ieneral Vei.ton,
General Sj.en'cer and ninny otbera of prom
inence, impomte tne grand aland wa
anoiher atautl equally bright with flags and
numing on wlilcli sal the olticerx o tlie U.
A. U. nil I guetn. Tht) l'rexident and
i.arty wie eocnrted from the Fifth Avenue
llotel to the I (viewing Muiid bv the obi
guard and by a guard of honor composed
of two comrade from the (i. A. P. post.
In addition to neverat grand army
post! thero wa a naval dlvinlon comfio-eil
of seamen and marlm s f rum the liniokh u
Navy Vard tinder the command of Hear
Admiral George H . Cooper. In the rear
of tlieprf:elnn were a large number of
truck decorated with flag hearing im
mense load of flower, a large portion of
which was contributed by the children of
tbe public school. The proccKioii
marched down Broadway to Cuuul itrect,
where the divisions were dUnilraed. That
portion going to the Brooklyn cemelerlc
marciied over tlie Kitst litter bridge. W lien
the procession had paed the reviewing
itand 1'resldent Arthur and partv were
escorted back to the Fifth Avenue Hotel,
where for two hour the I'reaidetit rtwHved
a large number of visitor.
AT 8T. l Ol ia.
Kr. Irt'lH. Mhv .HI. Thn tmnleimaiit
weather of (he forenoon eat an undoubted
damper on Decoration Day proceeding,
and mterfcrred grcutir witb the melancholy
Pleasure which It I nip posed the public
feel In honoring the memory of (hone who
died for their country in the great war.
During tbe early portion of tbe day, com
mittee visited Dcllefontalne. Calvarv and
Old Picker ' cemeteries and deco
atd tbe graves of the soldier
there: hut tbe chief Interest of the day
.centered at Jefferson Barracks In the after
noon. At about noon the various Post l.
A. It. met at their respective ball and
marched to the quarter of Frank Blair
Post, at 108 North Slxtb street, and at 1 p.
m. formed Into column under command oi
Nelson Oole, marched to the river, whero
that steamer Centennial lay waiting to take
them to Jefferson Barrack. Each comrade
carried a basket of flowe d.
At Jeffcraon Barrack the party marched
to the parade ground, where It wa re
ceived bv Col. Ilrackett. L'. 8. A., and a
salute of thirty-eight guns were fired In
honor of the day. The column then
march"d under the escort of the I nited
Stn-i irooD to the National Cemeterv,
whe e tbe special aervii proscribed by
tbe ritual of tbe (i rand Arinv of the He-
public took place.
The extrclics everywhere proceeded
without especial Incident. There wa some
compla in as to the scarcity of flowers, oc
casioned hv the backwardness of the sea
son, and Instead of the usual free offering
It wa necessary to resort to the florist.
Frank Blair Post alone required 2X) mar
Purauaut to custom, tbe court and pub
lic schools were closed all day, and tbe
postolllce, various exchanges, etc.. were
closed at noon.
Washington. Mav 30. Decoration Dav
was observed as usual. The departments
wore closed and flags on all the public
building were at hnlf-must. At nine
o'clock the different posts of the Grand
Army of the Republic, some 1,200 strong,
formed on Seventh street, and, beaded bv
the Marine band, marched through
Pennsvlvania avenue to Georgetown,
passed over the aqueduct bridge and pro
ceedod to Arlington, where tbe tomb of
the "unknown" was covered with
flowers and decorated, .t the Soldiers'
Home the veteran. undTr the command
of General Samuel D. Sttirges, the officers
and soldiers stationed at the I'nlted State
barracks, under command of K. G. H.
Avers, and Gen. Sherman and stuff, met
with a committee of the Grand Army, and
attended tho ceremonies In the grove near
the Superintendent's ofllce. At the Con
gressional cemetery the proceedings were
very simple. After prayer and the reading
of a short poem, flower were placed upon
the graves, and the company dispersed.
The day In Brooklyn wa celebrated with
wonted enthusiasm. Flags and hunting
were displayed upon the city ball, court
house and muncipal buildings, as well as
on thousand of private dwellings
throughout the city. The court, public
office, schools and store were dosed.
The cars upon all routes leading to the
Greenwood. F.vergreen, Cypress Hill, Cal
var, and Holy Cross Cemeteries were
crowdod with mon, women and children
bearing floral tributes for the decoration of
AT WORT WAYNK, 1ND.
KortWaynk. Ind., May 80. The ex
tensive memorial service, arranged to take
place at the cemetery was abandoned on
account of tho contlnuou rain, and the
troerlon adjourned to the Academy of
The games of ball between tlio Qulncy
nd Fort Wayne clubs In the forenoon anil
afternoon were also postponed, and the
experiment of base hall by electric light at
night wa also abandoned.
Bloominuton, 111., May 1)0. Exten
sive and elaborate preparations were made
for observing Decoration Day In this cltv,
but owing to the ralu the exercises wore,
held In Senator Davis' open bouse, the ad
dress being delivered by Gov. Hamilton,
with other addresses. The original pro-
Srammewasa parade, consisting of the
Ifferent civic and military orgtnlzitlli i
of the city,
CiurAOo, May 80. Various organiza
tions of veteran proceeded to the several
cemeteries where are Interred the dead
loldlnrs, The ceremony of decorating the
craves was carried out faithfully, though a
heavy rain storm prevailed all the fore
noon. Business I almost completely sus
pended. AT CINCINNATI.
Cincinnati, May 80. Memorial day was
observed by a parade of the mllltla and
Qrsnd Armv of the Republic In the city,
and by strewing flowers on tbe graves of the
oldlsrs at Spring Grove Cemotery. with
tbe ritual ol the Uraod Army of tbt Be-r'lbllo.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY
Pittshurq, Pann., May Decors
tlon Dav was observed In all thn ceme
teries; In Alltheny Cemetery there arn
vrry many soltllors hurled, some of whom
woru euleln'Htcd officers, and ttieto
thu servlees vrera of tbs most aolemn char
acter. AT RALTIMOKK.
Baitimoiik. M:ty 80. i'bn obs ivsiics
of diii'oratton was in urn than for
a niiml.erof yeara pnat. Tb Kcduinl
(illli'i'i Ht'i'u tilnaed uud all IiuhIiiukih ex
t'liuiirN, uiul fluK weri) dlH)Uvod at half -
AT NHII H IT..
Nauiivili.k, May :). Thn military
coiiiuiiiiii'is Huin'n Artillnry, flu., wit Ii
biiinU of nnili:, wunt ti) tlio National f'Bin
etcrv hy train to decorate tire aoldlnra
AT I H" I M I I.IK.
LdflHVM.l.K, May HO. The ulllRnh of
Hiid i:iiy ili'i'iiriitcd the 'grave of Zitchnry
Tayliir. Muyur Jauoba dfllvered the
IN- Noltl IIKItM Oil II t.
Cl.KVKi.AXD, May W) Memorial Dnv
was oImi.tvihI with the utiNtomary cfrc
inonluH throtih'liout Northern Olilo.
The ParlUo Mall I'trapanj.
Nkw York. May 30. The annual meet
ing of the pacille Mall Steamship Compativ
wa helil to-day. President .J. B'.
Houston reported that the act prohibiting
the lmmlt'lalion of Cliluosi' hail caused a
falling off of several hundred thousand
flollnr. but that the number cinied to
It'ullisti Columbia made up the loss. The
war between Jliili and Peru bad beau in
Juriou to the compa'iy's Interest, but the
work on thn Panama Canal ha addd to
their freight receipt'. The entire Indebt
edness ol the company 1 now less than
$1,1100, ""), due to tho Panama lUilroad
Company, which la being liquidated at tbe
rate of .tSi.iXMi per month. Tbe net earn
ing during the year were nearly Ave per
cent on the capital stock. I'he total
earning for the tear were 4. 102,704; ex
pense W, 1!),.VhJ. The following director
were elected by votes representing 100,000
shares: Jay Gould, Sidney Dillon, Kuseii
nge, C. P. Huntington, r.. 11. femur,
Jr., Henry Hart, William ltemen,Kilward
Lauterbuch and J. H, lloiistnn. ihey
will organize and elect officer In a day or
THE RECENT RIOTS.
Funeral of the Dead Striker The
Bkli.f.vii.i.k. III., May 30. The fun
oral was originally set for twelve o'clock,
but was po-tpone'd tint II 8:8u. The wo
men and children of West Belleville and
the district rode In ull kinds of vehicle".
The men marched to music, each wearing
an ?mbletn. Many transparency were
carried In the line, bearing the following
legend: "In memory of Win. Ander
son; killed by strategic stupidity and gross
Inability. We follow to the grave a victim
of Ignorance, cowardice, dlshonety and
avariur. Our fellow-citizen, we are not
brute, we he men, and are long suffering.
May it please you, we are Dot a mob, we do
but bury our dead. ' '
There was little drunkvnnes noticeable,
and the crowd in attendance upon the in
quest was quite small, the miner all re
maining InVYest Belleville. They have held
two or three ma-meet!ng In the hall
ver tbe engine houc. Thtre I consider
able ta k of an early settlement of the
difficulties. The Board of Trade of Belle
ville have appointed a committee to ar
bltrate matters between the miner and the
operator, if the latter will consent to meet
the miners commltteeor three already ap
pointed. The Board of Trade havo sub
mitted the following proposition, which
meets the views of the miners:
We. your committee, feeling deeply the
LTavitv of the sublect committed to un, and
the short time allot tod to u in considering
and submitting a proposition or suggestion
that may lead to a solution or adjustment
of the present milling difflciiltle in our
midst, we submit a follows: That the va
rlou railroad companies carrying coal to
tbe city of St. Loul be requested to furnish
copy of the weights of coal produced uy
band-working mines o: Charles Xesblt on
the ,'dh and grfth day of each month, and
said Charles Nesbit'be reouetcd to furnish
to each hand-working mine a -copy of
That a uniform screen be 'established on
all hand-working mine, and would rer
ommend a seven-eighth screen. That we
further recommend thai nil operator em
ploying machines shall be allowed to oper
ate. 'their mine without reference to the
recommendation hereby submitted for the
regulation of hand- mining. 1 hat we fur
ther recommend a tbe probable fcolutlon
of tbe mining dinictiitie in our state the
passage of a bill bv the Legislature of our
state providing for the appointment of a
committee of arbitration, to whom all dlf
ticultie between operator and miners
shall be submitted, whose decision shall be
The operator have not been heard from
a yet. should they refuse the proposition
anil domain! or the miners an unequal
lloiml surrender of every point matter
will be worse than before. Tho Belleville
men believe that the trouble I at an end
really, and that all mine wiK be running
bv the first of next vteck.
At 'J p. m. the Inquest was resumed,
and the testimony of several of men who
were In the crowd of strikers wa taken,
but nothing new earned.
Gen. lteecc and Col. Barkley will- be
examined at tpringnoia anu their ciepoai
tlons forwarded here.
An I'nknowu Man Killetl.
Jr.FFKHSON City, Mo., May :t0. Last
night, about eleven o clock, u man mimed
James Smith was killed on the Missouri Pa
cific track bv tho first suction of freight
train No. 37. Bui few particulars vun be
obtained concerning tin accident, a no
one had secu the man for an hour, at least,
before hi death, from tun under
taker, llelnrlch. your correspondent
learned that Smith had been employed by
llenry hoikmeyer on mo Missouri I'acitic
track. Ill body was fearfully mangled.
both legs and one arm being dismembered,
and hi back broken. Two small slips of
paper were found in hi pocket, but these
were coveted with blood, and revealed
nothing about his death, the Coroner was
called, hut held no Inquest. The hodv
was taken In clutrgo bv the undertaker and
buried at an early hour this morning. The
cause and particulars or tins irrriiiio trage
dy are a yet concealed.
A Big lire ItnirliitT.
LYNCiitifRO, Va., May 80. The most
disastrous lire tnat ever visited this cltv
broke out at ten o'clock thl morning snd
1 now raging furiously. A half mllioii
dollar' Worth of proiiertv bus already
been destroyed. Including t in Dully iv
glula building and fixture, Hie Commer
cial Bank, the large hardware establish
ment of Jones, Watt Bros. Jk Co., the
large tohncco manufactory of Flood v
Peter and other business houses. Several
residence were also destroyed. A strong
wind I blowing, nnd the lire department
is uname to cope with tho flames. Tele
grama have been soul to Richmond for as
iKMANAroi.iN. Intl.. Mav HO. Michael
McCassldv-and dnmes N, Hough have hern
arrested for complicity In tne Foreman
murder at Trader's Point, No Informa
tion oan he obtained a to tho new (level-
Fhll. Tbomoson In be Mood.
LicxtNUTON. Ky., May 80. Mrs. WatTo
Pavls. the widow of Phi I. H. Thompson.
Jr.'i victim, will enter a elvll suit for dam
ages against ber husband's slayer.
'V.fftiteaftnM'otonel Hllelstll Dead.
Nkw York, May HO. Lieut. -Col. W.G.
Mitchell, seting Adlutant-Usueral on Uui.
susnoovu'i ttan, la aaa.
MORNING, MAY 31.
That Swept Ohio and Indiana Monday
Cincinnati. Mav . Uennrt r .mi
coming of thn storm Monday night up the
Mine Miami vallev. Somnt Ii Inir ike a
cloud-burst occurred driving the people
off tbe first floors with tho flood. At Free-
port the bridge across the Miami was torn
from It pier nnd wrecked. Siuhb' flour
ing mill was unroofed. In Shelby. Deca
tur and Bartholomew Bounties. 'Indiana.
the destruction of ham, fence, timber
and growing crop wa almost Immeasura
ble. yt not a liiglc,pnron wa hurt. In
Butler county, Ohio, a family near West-
cheater was badly Injured by falling wall.
a great, milliner oi nam) were unrooleil
and two or three dwellings demolished.
At Lancaster, Owen county, Indiana, W.
It. William, wife and child, and four
Craft brothers were killed by timber falling
on them. Several other were Inlured.
Various other points In Ohio ami IndUna
report high wind, extraordinary rain, hail
Inkianapoi.is, Ind.. May 30. .News of
a very deslriietive tornado having passed
over the counties of Clay, Owen, Johnson
ft ti ' i tMiKii't . .iionuuy evening, wa nut re
cloved sooner on account of the amnller
town which suffered most not having any
telegraphic communication. At Clay City
a town in the southwestern Part of Clay
county, the bank building of Thompson,
Jett A' H tit wa unroofed, and Abe Bur
ger s wareroom destroyed, beside other
smaller buildings, i tie storm passed over
part of tlie town and destroyed John Craft '
fiirm house, demolishing It Hint killing live
inmates Mrs. ( raft ami child, Mr. Wil-
'iamson ami child, and a young man by the
name of Pfelster. who slopped to take
refuge. A heavv rain and hail accompanied
the wind. The Flat ltock Vallev. In
Shelby connty, suffered from high
winds, destroying the timber of the
orchards, the gardens, fences and houses.
and rendering many road titipalile.
The property loss is many thousand of
ld settlers say It was the cretet storm
known for year. The hunicanr blew
down the best part of Patricksburg, in
(wen county, Ind. Several persons were
injured lint none were killed. I he t hrls-
t lull Chur:h wa blown flat and the Bible
whs afterward found on the fence, open at
xxiv of Matthew, In which .Icni foretells
of the destruction of the temple. Thl In
cident creted a deep impression on the
mind of the people, many of whom are
'convinced that the end of things i at
Crook ricbllosj tbe Indlnnw.
Chicago, Mav 90. A Wilcox (Arizona
special says that from a party lust arrived
froinaranche seventy-rive mile east of
Osura, Is obtained Information continuing
tne report or the tight of Gen. t rook with
tbe Apaches near Guayauopc. The hos
tile numbered fully ftid, and made a stub-
tmrn resistance, out were nnaiiv compelled
to retreat southward toward the chllimi
b tin side of tho Sierra Madre. Crook ' h
wa small, but over thirty hoslile were
killed and left on tbe field.
I ha there ha been a tight, lu which tbe
hostile were badly beaten, there I not the
least doubt. The tight occurred about
ninety miles northa-t of Osura and
the hostile fought desperately, but were
snort or ammunition. hero the battle
occurred ha been one of their stronghold
lor hundred of year. Most of tbe hostile
Crook's force consists of 2l Indian
scout. .V) soldiers and o Ulcers and SO
packer and hangers-on, together with
Home :pj Mexican troops acting in concert
wtinniin.. in audition to the olllcrr al
ready reported a being with Crook are
Lieutenant Heard and Forsythe. Crosik
bit about 3"iO pack mules and I ruiloued
for thirty days from to-day.
Divorcer! loo Many Tlmea.
Cincinnati. May ,10. Catharltto Xml
lor, whose petition for divorce from Fer
dinand Nadler has been denied, hits bad a
strange, eventful matrimonial history.
Nadler was a widower, and after she had
been hi housekeeper for a while, he pro
posed marriage, and she assenind. Prsltv
soon It wss discovered that the had another
husband living: a divorce from him wa
nhtalned, and Nadler married her again.
It then turned out. that she still hail ai-
other husband living' In Germany; a divorce
was obtained from the Oct man husband
and Nadler married her a third time. Tim
court seemed to think that she 'ii had
about divorce enough.
Iuisf rninental Mualo In i'huit-ai.
PlTTMtOM't, Petin.. May 30. The se.
sion of the 1'nlted Presbyterian General
Assembly, to-day. was deeply Interesting,
a the "music question" wa under de
bate. For many years tho denomination
ha been rent nearly In twain on this sub
ject, some of the more progressive church-
PS desiring to liven un ineir service wun
more modem music than the chinch has
prescribed, and having wished also, to in.
trodnce Instrumental music, but tho Inno
vation has been strenuously resisted, and
the authority of the General Assembly has
been Invoked to repel offending member.
Drowned While, Nelnlna;.
Tfruk Hai'tr, Intl., May 80. I)vld
Morgan, n engineer on the Chicago and
Ftern llllnol Railroad, was drowned
In Otter Creek, five miles north of this
cltv, yesterday afternoon, rnd hi body has
not been recovered. For several hours
Morgan was in trio creeg seining, and had
been soifd with cramps. He sank before
asltance could be rendered. He lived In
Danville, III., and leave a wife and two
roni rioy Nupecii.
Pathhson. N. !.. May 30 The body
of Ml' Theresa McGohon, aged thirty, wa
found In the Passaic River near here, ye
lerday. When last seen she had In her
possession somo money, which she In
tended to end to her mother In the old
country. Foul play I suspected; the road
which she took I very lonely, and is In
fested by desponidoe.
Prohibition Homo Parly.
rirrsnifRO. Pa.. May 80. Ira K. How
aril, of Franklin, Pa., win nominated to
dav for State Trnaiiir by the Prohibition
Home Protection Party. The slate con
ventlon I now In session here. The con
vention adopted a platform favoring the
principles enunciated In the platform of
National Prohibition Home Protection
Mlllnrd rillmore's Will.
ni'MAto, N. Y., May 30. Surrogate
Ferris has rendered a decision permitting
the reopening of tbel probate of the will ot
Mrs. Miimore, widow or the lato rresi
dent Fillmore, to allow her relatives, who
were not remembered in the will and did
not appear before the surrogate till the will
had been admitted to probate, to present
The nnllrond T. N. C. IT
Slatf.r, Mo., Mav 30. A branch of the
rtallroud Y. M. C. A. has been organized
here. A special train, well Luton,
came from Roodhour, TIL. and the
proceedings were extremely Interesting,
and a healthy and promising branch was
PiTTaiiitRO. Mar IW.-Tha steamboat
Jack (Humbert, plying between McKeesport
and Kiusuetb, ra., struck rocx on tne
river, four mile front MoKsssport, this
morning, and sunk In a few minute.
About a doron passenger war tn board
at the "n,jJy;jyiruti
London, May ao. It Is reported that
Lord Derby, the Colonial Socretary, will
not give his sanction to tbe annexation of
New Guinea by Queensland. It Is stated,
however, that he hiu decided to allow tbe
establishment of English stations on the
coast of that Island.
London, May 30. Alexander Kennedy
Isblsier, M. A.. L. L. H., who wa
Instrumental In freeing British North
America from tbe Hudson s Bay Company
and annexing that section to Canada, I
London, May ao. The Government's
hill relative lo agricultural holding In
K.nglsml passed Its secovl re uling In the
limine ot Common Monday evening.
in tiik commonm.
London, May ;w. In tho IIoue of
Common, this afternoon, the bill empow
ering the local authorities lu Ireland to Im
prove the tt welling of labor irs pas.ed It
COMM1TTKD Klift TRIAL.
Liverpool, May 30. -Patrick O'Brien,
Michael llaynes and Patrick Slater, ar
rested for printing and forwarding to Hub
Bo tradesmen's clrculat. drawing atten
tion to the trial wb ch had taken place in
Dublin during the past eighteen mouths,
and lo person who served on the jiu'es,
which were regarded by tho authorities aa
calculated to Intimidate Jurors, were com
mlitcil for trial on charge of Intimidation
and criminal libel. Thcv were admitted
Romk. May 30. peter" pencn have con
tinued to decrease o rapidly the pust few
mouth that an appeal addressed to all the
bishops is being prepared bv the Pope
urging Ibeiii to awaken tht faithful to the
necessity of providing funds for the need
or the Holy See.
FHsNfK AND TIIK VATICAN.
ItnMK, Way 30, The Journal de Rome,
commenting 'un the moie fricndlv a t: tide
which France bus shown recently Put anl
the Vatican, says the rupture between
France and the' Vatican would deprlvi the
former, in the face of the triple alliance, of
a great source of strength. She
must choose between an open war wlih the
Vatican and breaking with the athei-tical
Moscow, May 30. Tbe Emperor and
F.mpres to-day received the congratula
tion of the Grand Puches-es and ladies of
the court. The sc?nc at thn reception was
Sr. Pki RKstHuuo. May . Afire oc
curred In the Putlloff Iron Works, causing
a loss of 300.000 rouble. Tbe workshops
were destroyed In which th t rails were
Paris. Mav 30. No sorbin flirbtiiiir Is
expected at tompuln before tbe middle of
.liny wnen the frencii will be ready to take
The Prealdeul'e Hnanmer lloin.
Washington, D. C. Mav 30.
Shortly after his return from Now York tl
President will take up his residence for the
summer at the Soldier's Homo, In tho cot
tage adjoining the muln building, where
he spent tbe greater part of the heated term
so pleasantly last year. This wa the Itlgg
dwelling house, which wa purchased with
the first ite selected for the Home. The
largs cool rooms, fltteO up according to the
good tate of the President, are very at
tractive. All the bandsumo ornaments
that were bo pleasing to tbe y - le.st veer
were urougiii irom me wnue Itouo,
a the I'resHlont wa unwlll
Ing th.it tbe officers of tho Home
Nhould be put to my expense. An effort
Is being made to have a baud of music
attached to the Home, and It will probably
oe successful. Hiicnaimn was the first of
the President who summered at thclinme,
the cottage he occupied being the one now
known a tha General quarters. Presi
dent Lincoln also enjoyed a stay there in
thn summer, the cottiigo fitted up for him
being the most southern In the row. Gen
eral Grant preferred the fs 'itsh' but
Hayes summered at the Home, occupying
tho cottago notv used by President Ar
thur. U'recliPii b.v a ftae Eiploalon.
Fonr Waynk, Ind., Mav 30. At 4
o'clock this morning John M. Worl, fore
man of the Fort Wayne (ins Company for
tho oast twenty years, entered a small
brick structure containing the main gna
meter of that company with a lighted
match, on an Inspection tour. A large
iiuantlty of gas wblcb bad escaped ftom the
meter Ignited, from the explosion of which
the entire building was blown Into atom,
tho roncussions shaking the building half
a mllo distant. Won received in hires
from which is unlikely to recover. Wm.
Lehrmitn, a teamster, was also seriously
Wilmamspoht, Pa, , May 30. A tire
occurred at Montgomery this morning,
burned Ihe saw mill of John Johnston with
ninety tons of bark, the store and dwelling
of J. F. Derr, the saddle shop of Kdward
Fllsliurg, and the shoe shop of Kelloyd.
North Adams, Miss., May 30. Rer.
Charles Lynch, pastor of the St. Francis
church, prominently Idontltied with Land
League affairs, is dead.
PlTTisitfRO, May 30. To-day's races
were postponed on account of the rain and
the heavy track.
Providknck, It. 1., May 30. Goveru r
Bourn was able to preside In tbo senate t -day.
Washington, May 30. Nothing from
MAY :0, IM3,
CATTLK-Steitd.v: export WIV)rt?81IS;
good to oholc.fl shipping A o5o$-1 00;
common to fair W OOittO 50,
HOGS Quiet and slow; pfttlO; lower
with sales d 7.Yf? 40 according to quality,
CATTLIC Scalawag .fit M)ri3 itt; good
to extra hulls It Mai W light shipping
steer tf SoftA heavy shipping steer
$ WM 1.1; good cows and helfors W
4 7ft; common cows and heifers $il fiord
i 'lf good nows and calves jS09ib; com
mon oows and calves ILVrtW,
HUGS More life In Ihe trade, classes
purchasing freely at yesterday's prices.
Light to good yorl ers $0 766 DO; mlx
ed to good packing !W 4o(7 lOj butohers
to extra $7 10(91 86 1 skips and culls
HIIEKP Quiet, but quotably steady snd
largs supply. Common to medi
um $2 ViaS 60 fair to good $3 AV
4 Mi prime $4 IHVM 00t stockers ft 20
fJ7Si prime $4 50O 00; fair to good
Texsns W5iirr4b0j spring lambs lf0oM
per head. I
CeetsHri' iVesta. Eie."
This being DeoorsUoa Pay, no fuottv
Is not signing a pledge
or talcing 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 I Brown's Irtott
ElTTxas, a trueoon-alcohol-ic
tonic, made in Baltimore,
Md.,ty the Brown Chemical
Company, who are old drug
gist and in every particu
lar reliable, will, by remov
ing the craving 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 thin
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
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 Ji.oo.
rpnE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL lif 100,000!
A General Nanking; Business-
TIIOH W, IIAU.IUAY
JjNTBRPKiSE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BASK.
T1IOM W. HAwLlPAV,
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HA.
Egyptian Flouring Mills
QiirheNt CaHh frit Paid for Woes'.
PKOPKIETOR OF HrilOATfl PATENT
Wholesule Dealer In Ice.
ICE BY TIIK CAR LOAD OR TON.WKU
I'AUKKD FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads Specialty. '
CorIweiftb Strtot and Levee,
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