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CAIRO, IUINUIP, WEDNESDAY MOBN1MI, FEBRUARY 11. 1H3.
Whilt other Baking Powdert are largely
adulterated with Alum and ether hurtful
has been kept unchanged in all its original
purity and strength. Ttio best evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
it; !,uting received the high'nt testimony
als from the most eminent chemists in the
United Statss, who have analyzed it. fro
its introduction to the present time. No
other powders show so good results by the
true test-the TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
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for all dlsaaea of the Kldnoyt and
Ithfteiaoctlonon this mart Important
arts, nablif It to throw off torpidity and
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are bflloua, dyepeptio, or oocUpu d , Kidney
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one ihould take a Uioromjh eouree of it.
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the pane, thlt romody will oreroome it.
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SSffiffintaof Pile, eren wliea phywUMi
hra before failed.
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HE GREAT CURE
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aa It la for all the painful dbraare of the
KIDNEYS.LIVER ANO BOWELS.
Tt laanana t h IB Of the UTld TWi BOB
that eauica the dreadful eutlbrinz which
only the TleUma of BVumatism cii real lie.
m li m o ft ftj r q a? r r r Q
n me wore luraw wi una wn. m-.w..
hare boen quickly roltcved, and In abort time
piunt, t. ugi iDon but, oid hv cnrcoisrs.
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I'll YSIC'I ANN.
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TJR. J. K. ST HONG,
12 Cominercitil Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOU. KI.KCTK0 VAP011 anii MKMICAIKD
A liidv In Mtoiuliiuct).
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'JfTtrR-ElqlilH Htreel, titiar t'omti eriilal AoOUm
It I! W, WHITLOCir,
Omoa No. IDS Commercial Anoe, .ytwaap
Jii;kt'.and KUtb RtrMi
DROWNED I DROWNED 1 1
TERRIBLE SUFFERING FROM
THE FLOOD AT CINCINNATI.
THE FREIGHT AND PASSENGER DEPOT
OF THE CINCINNATI SOUTH
- ERN UNDERMINED.
In Iti Full it Carries With it More Than
One Hurdred Persons to ft
Tba Situation at Other Point. Along th
Mad ElverUountlom Lcm of
Property and Hun'-lred of
raoiillet Left Home' "a.
CivcivnaTI, Fflrunrj' 13. ehorklnir
dl-ll-UT l ! Hiirli.ii ! ttflrM'drilH' fMlll Hih
weetem piirt ui Hie city. Buih the frvijnt
and paiir dp it of the CincitiuMti
Southern Railroad er undt-riiiiiied nnd
fell Into the aurrnundlriK water, i-:ii rvini
tviih ihfin ahundrfd or tnoro pfplo. Tli
di-pnis wry oiii'-story frame Ktittoturua
ruitl it on Ii'I.fau Bvi'iiue UII, wtik'h wan
aiimt-t coveri'Mi hr water. Bothldf fi-ll
IntntliP witter thirty to fifty feet. The
Cillttl llllH Ill'C'illlH h'o noaki'd m to nitlt
ami tin- cit;itriiho wa funhfi' hn.lr nd
ly i Ik- iliinrf of a m-.itpT, lih-h cnt the
iiirri'iil ul "Mi; the bank. Crowd of people
had li'iii In thnt vicinity louklne
at thi il'.ioda. It ! sujip'iod" tlii(. r
It In itnpo.hle to tll thfl ext'-nt of tlx
dlaier. A prest crowd of people were
th' ii' lo'ik'njr at the flood, when Hyan
ret.'iiir.iiii, a innll bulldlni; nar bv.'went
down. The crowd ruOied overontfie plat
form of thi? di'iot to sen what wan the innt-ti-r,
w hen ii'jclenly the whole depot eo
laifd and -tik In'the water. The trai'k
wt at the :ime time ri'preed, nnd the
cat standing elobe rau into the de-pre-Ion,
e-nerliis the people who liad
toije down with the falling ntnu'tme.
Not one hody baa crn recovered, nor
could the hv.'tandera (,'ive any liiu-llient
a-otitit of how runny escaped .' The work
of recovfrin the drowned will be expend
In'Iy d; filtru It , ai the place I inolated, with
the danger of other part of the utiTet
welting as thin portion did. It 1 po-flMe,
howvr, that the breik in the prest pewer
i " trLean avenue cauned the depot to
The C'orumou Council voted to recom
mend all appropriation of S75,iXW, and to
uK aid of the Lejdnlatnre.
It id now eerUiU that the dlwuter waa
raued by the breaking of the great newer.
Twenty-five feet of one end of the
frelcht depot and half of the pas
aeiu'er depot have pone, the latter
beinit aeparated at the partition between the
waiting room and ticket office. Hookn,
tieketj and nfe, etc.. were gone in an in
taut. Thn recornmendatiori of the coun
cil to tikk the Legislature for aid wan
aetit by HKinaph, the Weftern Union
Company pivtrik; free tise of lt wiren for
the purpose. Within half an hour a bill
wai introduoed aud panned to the Senate
autborizin the city to borrow fpyfliw,
aud the kill wan ne'nt to Die Houe.
The river at 11 o'clock U 64 feet aud 11
inr-bea and ritlnjr. It will rertainlT reach
W feet before It bcjrlni to ft.ll. The weath
er ti clotidv and wann. Tha water work
enpnen nre all idle, and the water In the
reslvolr Is enough for lx daya. The jwllne
report no lurreate of crime ooni-equent on
the lack of (ra hint tilhf. A brick dwell
ins on O'KMler treet It N reported fell thl
morning. There i much KicknpH found
ani'wiif the Imprisoned people In the tetie
meni hou-e,. Hclief hoato are busy vUit
lutf all Mich place. Ample means" are at
hand ti prevent suffering.
LoutfviLlJE, FebrnaiT 13. The preat
et di:iter that ever befell the city of
LouUvil'e in now r.pou ., The flood crl
i'h came about tniduiirht.aad nearly a rpuire
nil of tenitorv la under water within the
limit of the citv. From S.000 to 8,0X
people are driven from their home.
To cap the climax there ha been a Iomi of
life. How treat It 1 it U still impon'ible
to say. This morning the entire section of
the city from Freaton street east is cutoff
and north of the Short Line OH
Is In the river. The people living there hud
plentr of warning, as stated yesterday.
The 'river all day lust lapped the top
of Fulton Mr t and cut oil the embank
ments, and In places the water was trick
ling over. At three o'clock a considerable
break own red at. Adams street and a
hundred men worked vigorously to stop
the wavek, but in face of all tHls the In
fatuaded Inhabitant of the bottoms of old
Beftrgra.-s Creek remained In their houes,
and most of them went to bed as umimI.
About 11 o'clock lnstnight a break cune.
"o scene of a broken, dvkc In Holland pn
be more terrible or more thrilling. With
an awful roar and the shrieks of the terror
stricken y i'-ple h their warning, they hur
rled to higher ground, leaving their homes,
furniture and all to the mercy of the waters.
A larxe part of the city has consti
tuted itself Into a relief committee, with
the Mnvnr at Its head and all that can Is
being done to lend a helping hand. The
entire northesiern comer of tbe chy Is a
picture of utter detruetlon. There are
thirty-live timurcs under water.
Mapibo.v, Ixr.. February 13. There Is
not much damaged done here so far. The
railroad depot is flooded and (he track
under water for some distance, AM trains
stop at the foot ofthe-hlll. The river U
till rUltifl. The telegraph wires are all
The followiug dispatch has Just be en re
ceived by the agent of the Associated Fro
from theC, I., St. L. &C. R. It. station
NEAR LAWREN CKHL'KG.
Hakpentown. Isu., February 18. No
loss of life so fur as we cun learn. The
damage will be very heavy. We can't
estimate It till the water goes down. It I
now about three feet higher thau last Feb
ruary, and up to this morning bus raised
a hot ft nu Inch per hour. Lawrenceburg Is
entirely covered. Sotno of the houses have
water In the socond floor. The euUre
village of Hardentown Is covered. Sonic
of the people bitd to abandon their hmnee
At Sew Albany.
NnwAt.nA.NV, Ixd., February 1" The
river rose eighteen Inches last nlcht nnd It
still rising. All tbe bouses ami factories
along the river are abandoned. The wnter
got into the glas works' furnaces hist ni.ht
and the Are are all out. Mr. l)u l'uw
will lose at least $100,000. About 3,000
persons are thrown out of employment.
There Is no estimate of lrs yet made.
From 300 to 400 families have had to move,
Every uvHlluble room on the high ground Is
filled. The railroad track between here
and Jeflereonvllle Is abandoned. The fei'.
ry-boats only making occasional trips to tbe
Kentucky ldo of the river.
F.VANSvitlJt, Ind.i February 1.1. The
river Is fortv-three and seven-tenths feet,
but not rising so fast to-day. Them was
not much damage done tn the city, hut a
great deal lu the low lands bs twesn Kvani
Celebration of the Philanthropist'! Ninety
Sr.w York, February !;1. Mr. Tcter
Coon r hn rn'eied upon M ItMd year.
Imriiifi t Up day he received at bit residence,
i) l.e.lii.''i'. uv. iitiu, the inany moinlier of
bin fiuii.ly, but Is wan deemed btt, though
ho win In excellent health, not to nubject
hi in to Hie fatiptiM of ineettiiK the rnnny
lii'iuU who called. Many beautiful bou
fiii ii. :: 1 1 1 ilovcr were en t to hiin aato
k' ii- r i.ieuiberiince. III the eveainif, ac
cj I 'I.ii,.' o ciiitorii un Mr, C'oopcr'i birth
tt iv, Mr. and Mr. Hewitt have a small
dim: r party in fcb honor.
I lie table wui bandaoniuly decorated wltb
fliiweri, and bore for the aliuier a ilrittati
nla aertlee thuf wai once i
THE CAMP SKHVICK
of lien, (ieo, Wai-hlu-'toi). It wa pre
nciited by him to Mr. Hopper, who kept
the Hei-jjen Count v Uettiliiiartero, de
eeiided to her aon Mr. Ilci'tiuin. and by
tit iti wai Mold to Mr. Hewitt. There are
till forty-one plrcen of it all well prenorved.
Aiiioiik the other decoration of t tie dining
room were three busta of Alex. Hamilton,
Witihlnirton aud Hen). Franklin, wblch
were fonncrlvthe iropertT of Gov, Dewltt
Clintou. They w ie puivhaed from bim
bv Mr. E. C. Delevaii, of Wtalilnirtou,
from whom Mr, Uevviu procured, tuem.
Mr. Jieit'ltv nald lu t tpenvb that
the h;ibtt that I:ave eni'ed Mr.
Cooper to riau-li hla preat ase w:'i hie men
tal lacultlea unimpaired nnd t.i- physical
coiidiii.m ko ryod aro tb.it 1.- u:i never
lined tobacco In any form and ih.it Ii I" el
doin thit tie tan be 111 lui.'"d ij lUtnK wine.
All hN hi'iith are very n.y.iiur and th've
bnt iniormod upon' his condition diem
they havo Kood ground for hoplntr he will
prolong for yoji's to come hia file "of useful-Hi'-.
Mr. Hewitt, who ha beeu aufferin.
from a carbuncle, 1 much better.
Profits af thn onaoltitnted Teletrraph
NkwY'ikk. Februarr 13. The Mutual
I'nion was Uolng a budncss of about jl,
.Vio.o'iO a car, and It cost all of that to op
erate Its line. Hv opTatitur 1's line In
connection with his own L'r. Green com
puted that the i-).V',iM01ti the shape of rent
al could be paid by the Mnroal Union
stock nua 'bondholders, the
expenses of operation and maintenance be
met aud a profit of about f'ijo.ooo secured
for ihc leey mmpanv. There had beeu
no hurry about making the lease. The
terms were arrived at a week before the
!U'"')ti was taken br the Boards of Direc
tor of the companies. Mr. JohnO. More
the president of the Mutual Union, in
speaking of the many reports of Impending
Injunctions, said "thsl the l"8se was
drawn by laiwers not only eminent
in their 'profession but familiar with
the extent of telegraph litigation, and It
was regarded as perfectly l He un
derstood that the consent of holders of
three-tl.'ths of the stock of the Western
Union had been assured before the action
wa taken by the company. There had
been no difficulty in securing the consent
of the holder of the required amouut of
Mutual Union stock.
An Intended Murder.
Gr.vEBuo. III., February 15. Mr.
Loul? Johnsou, a farmer who resides three
miles west of Bishop Hill, while returning
homo from Cambridge Saturday night met
a party of men In sleigh. An o A rent ion
arose "and a couple of shots w-ere fired from
a gun bv one of tbe men In the sleigh, one
of which grazed the forehead of J onnon
end knocked him senseless. When be
came to he found himself lying upon the
railroad track. The supposition Is that the
parties who did the shooting did so for the
purpose of Intimidating Johnson, but find
ing he bad been badly hurt placed him
upon thn track hoping that tbe cars would
remove all traces of their dtardly work.
Efforts are being made to discover tbt per.
A Murderer Arrested.
ST. Loi'lS, February 13, The defec
tives Mondav arrested at the City Hotel,
Fourth am! Elm streets, Norman H.
Swartel, who Is charged with the murder
of Thos. McGregor aud his thirteen-year-old
daughter uear Rockford, III., Ust
Thursday. Sheriff Butler stated that he
would return to-night, but would not at
umipt to icot into Koekfonl until lo-morrow
night, w ben be would take some rounda
bout w.iv to escape t be citizens, who would
Ivnch S'hwiiiirel if thev found btin outside
of Jail. He was atiuld ' the citizens would
take tbe law in their own hands, but he
was determined to do w hat be could to
avoid It. The detectives will get a reward
of joot) for the capture.
Trouble in a l-ollcgo.
Chicago, February 13. There is a break
between a number of the students of tbe
Chicago University and the fuculty, So
bitter Is the feeling that the students will
not come together In a body to eut supper
on Washington's birthday.' The natal day
of the lllustrous George 'will be duly ob
served, but there will be two suppers, two
toast mHtci'k and dual celebrating. For
several months there have been rival
cliques In the Chicago University between
the two factions. Tne lines are now some
what closely drawn. It Is charged that tho
"opposition" party upheld the student,
seaman, In his recent demonstration
against Dr. Anderson, with a pistol.
Siiitoed to be Murder.
AiM'LErux, Wj., February 13. To
(lav this quiet city has been considerably
excited over a supposed murder committed
here last night. This morning aqiuintltv
of blood was found spattered ou the lad
ing of the bridge crossing the Fox lllver
ut this place, and also coloring the snow
near bv. Two telephone wires which
passed by the side of the bridge were
broken, which. It Is supposed, was caused
by the body being thrown Into tho liver.
One of the employes of the brewery Is
mlsslug, and it is supposed be was tbe' vic
tim. A not tier Heavy Failure,
Caicaoo, February 13. Tho coal and
fiig-lrnn house of Kogoro ,fc Co., establ
ished In Chicago In ltvlO, was vesterday
closed on a judgment nolo given to the Le
high Coal Co. Its liabilities lire supposed
to bo $12, 000. The Arm holds 50,000 iu
paper of the Union Iron and Meel Compa
ny. Ills understood that E. K. Kocrs,
refused to make any further advances
and the eollapse followed.
Hob Work Threatened.
Chicago. February 13. Advices from
Itoekford, 111., are to the effect that Nor
man hwaruoi, the murderer of Ml Mc
Gregor, arrested In St. Louis, will be
roughly dealt with If taken buck to the
place just named. If he escapes the ven
geance of the mob It will be on account of
superhuman effort on the part of the po
lice, Inaana From Over-Study.
Chicago, February 18, Mary K. Halue.
rather pretty and well dressed young
lady, twenty yean old, wo adjudged In
sane bv a Jury In the County Court, fhe
live it Grand Crossing, and her Inutility
was caused by over-aludy. lu the court
room she was constantly talking and began
naming people a soon as she came lu,
Chicago, February 13. The C'alutnot
Irou aud Steel Company started flity null
niBchlue yesterday In the works now un
dergoing reconstruction. Tho buildings
burned were very extensive, and with the
machines were valued at $100,000.
Tba IJetlrlfl Mailt.
Bohton, February la. Tha Board of
Aldermen passed an order that th entire
elty be Illuminated by tlavtrlo light.
A NARROW ESCAPE.
A Panic In i Theater Caused By Fire.
NbwYokk, February 13. The new and
batiii. me ( oaiiiopolitan Theater bite the
Aloii 'ai', new . remodelled aud Improved,
threw o its floor to the public last
night, ami gave It at once a sensation of
the tir-t order, for It received Its baptism
oftire, fouunaiely without serious eonse
'queues'. The attiitttlon was Mr. ,1. K.
F.mmett. lie progressed as far as the close
of the third set. a bright red Hun of flume
hcKun to steal across the (rop curtain,
which had caught lire near the upper left
hand corner, The lire soon extended
across the curtain, and then began to creep
downivjid for a moment, Everything was
In an uproar, but the orchestra kept Its
place and Mr. Kumiett and several of the
tage attendant nnpeiired in front of the
curtain, crying out th'.'ee was no danger.
Tbe flame had run over about half of the
.wf Miming only the furry outside.
While this was bei'nj done the audience
had been .jiiler near the stage, but those In
the rear, ne.t to the main entrance, got out
hurriedly, Tho excitement here wassoon
over, and most of tbem resumed tbelr
An Encounter licftveen Brolhers-In-Law.
PiXA, III.., February W. Last Friday
Jos. Hauiliu andlU'tibenCorwln, brothers-
ID-law, living together on a farm near
Oconee, a little town eljjht mi)e south of
hero, eitne to puna with tbelr wives, and
while In town became druuk. On their
wsf home, and about four miles south.
tbeentred into a dispute which resulted
In a haiid-to-hund encounter. Knives and
revolver were used. Tbis happened !u a
douse wood, In tne prescm of their wives
andayoum.' man numed Fltmnn who was
ridinirVlth them. Hamlin received a stab
iu the left lum: and Corwin one In the
throat, before they were separated. Cor
win tired two shot's from his revolver, but
without anv dative being done, liothof
tU parties 'are alive, but In a very daue.
Washington. V. :., February 18. The
President laid before the Senate the resolu
tions of the Lcirl-I.iture of 'ehraka. ask
ing lor the admission of Canadian lumber
tree of duty, and commending and thank
ing Senator Van Wyck for bis efforts to put
lumber oathe free list.
The Joint resolution passed admitting free
of dntv a monument to Gen. Washington,
to be imported by the .Society of Cincinnati,
Senator Davis (West Virginia) introduced
a bill to authorize the construction of
bridges across the great Kenavvha, describ
ing the dimensions of the same .
senator Sewell presented the credentials
of bis collengue Senator Mcl'hersou, re
elected .Senator from Xevv Jersey. Bead
The President luid before tbe Senate the
resolutions of the Commercial Exchange of
Chicago requesting the passage of a iulr,
Just and equitable kankrupt law.
Senator Kelltagg Introduced two bills
to Improve the navigation of the Mississip
pi. Senator SaWVer presented resolutions of
the Legislature of W isconsin praying for an
appropriation for the harbor of Superior,
The tariff bill was taken up, the pending
question bciug on the amendment proposed
last evening bv Senator Morrill (by instruc
tion of the Co'uim.ttee on Finance) reduc
ing from five hundredths to four hun
dredths of a rt tit per pouud, the additional
duly to be paid on sugars above No. 13
Dutch standard, for every degree or frac
tion of (Jy give above "3 degrees, as shown
by the polariscope.
Washington, February 13.--On mo
tion of Mr. Lynch, the Senate bill passed
authorising tne CVmiulseioner oUie Freed
men's Saving and Trttt Company to ex
amine and audit all claims against the com
pany and pay all dlvideuds due on accounts
which have been presented since tho Hist of
Mr. Page reported back the resolution
calling on the Secretary of war for informa
tion concerning the deposit of silt and sand
In Portage Lake, Mich gun. Adopted.
The M-na'e bill passed granting tbe right
of vvav to the St. Louis aud San Francisco
Railroad Company through the Fort Smith,
Arkansas, tnilitnry reservation.
Mr. Page, ehslrmnn of the Committee on
Commerce, reported the river und harbor
bill. Ordered printed end recommitted.
The appropriation recommended is $7, 137,
The House then w ent. Into a committee of
the whole on tbetmiff bill.
Tb clause In relation to iron and steel
wire cloths was ameuded on recommenda
tion of the Committee on Ways and Mean
so ss to read as follows: Provided further,
that In and sieel wire cloths andiron steel
wire nettings, made In meshes of any form,
shall pnv a "duty equal In amount to that
hnpo-ed on Iron or steel wire of the
same giou'e, and two cents per pound
In addition thereto, provided that on all
kind of Iron or neel or article of manu
factures or Iron or steel hereinbefore in this
act enumerated or provided for, except
iron and steel wire when galvanized or
coated with any metal or compound, alloy
or mixture of metals by anv process what
soever, except painted', to fie classified ac
cording to sizes and gauges of
coaled iron or steel, there shall bn
paid (excepting on what are known
commercially as Un plates, term
plate and tagger' till, and hereinbefore
provided for one cent per pound, In addi
tion to the rates provided In this act. There
hall be paid on galvanized Iron or steel
wire one-half of one cent per pound In ad
dition to rates Imposed on the wire of
which It I made; on Iron wire-rope
and vviie-stiaiid one cent per
pound In addition to the rate, Im
posed on the wire of which It Is made) on
steel wire rope and vvie strand two and
ono-half cents per pound In addition to the
rates Imposed on the wire of which It Is
Mr. Monisou moved to fix the duty on
steel Inatiy ferm not specially enumeraied,
at 4.5 per cent, ad valorom Instead of
two and one-half cents per pound. After
discussion Mr. Morrison inodltled his
Riueiirlinciit by adding a, provUo that In no
ca-e shall the 'duty exceed two and one
half cents per pound, and the imeiidiuent
ss modified was agreed to.
Springfield, III., February 13. The
first business in the Senate was the substi
tution of the minority for tho tnatoiity re
port of tho committee having In charge tho
'ill to abolish the State mllttlii. The repeal
Inj of the law was ably advocated by senator
Morris, of Pope, who woe supported by
senators Edwards and Walker, and
opposed by Senators dough Adams and
Mason It was made almost a party ques
tion. Senator Morris Joining with tbe
Democrats In his anxiety to havo the
mtllLla of the State oboltslied. Tho motion
of Mr. Morris to adopt the minority report
was lost by .0 to lift, which lava the bill on
THR HOI SK
petit most of the dav considering unlnipor
taut bill on second reading. Tho bill
granting certain property in the town of
Equality to the Louisville and Nashville
Hallroiid Company for a depot, wa
ordered to a third reading. A bill wa
Introduced to the effect that
the title to the lake front at
Chlcagolshould be taken out of tho bunds
of the city aud vested in the Illlno and
Michigan Commissioner. The antl-wiro
whipping bill wa debated at considerable
length and with om beat ou It second
reading. Several amendment! to the bill
were lost, but It wa finally ordered to
third reading. Doth house at'vstruad till
10 a. u. to-morrow,
THE EXPULSION OF THE 0R
Resignation of the French Cabiner--8lood '
shed In Turkey.
pAnr. February 13. A coinuromlse I
hoped for on hn question of the expulsion
of the Orleans Princes on the basis of Sen
uUir Jlarbey's proposal rendering tho Prin
ces liable to expulsion by decree of the
President of the Republic.
Paris, February ia. All the member
of the Cabinet have resigned In coiiseiiunnce
of the action of the .Senate on the explusion
bill. Fretddent Grevy bas requeued them
to remain at their post, for tbe present.
Bpiulix, February 13. The National
Zcltungsays; Prince Orloff, Kusslun Am
bassador to France, while In Berlin de
clared he relied on Austrian and German
friendship und valued the security of the
west of Europe more becauae of Russia'
absorbing iutereeta In Asia.
UP A IX.
Madrid, February ia. At a meeting of
tbe Dynastic Left Marshal Serrano denied
that he Intended to retire from the leader
ship of the party, but said be thought be
had better consider the question of a iuo
cessor on account of bia ago.
PctTiM, Febniary 13. A party of
mountaineers attacked the Turkish guard
bouse here In revenge for the death of two
of their comrades. They were repulsed af
ter an obstiu ua street fight, Twuuty Turki
were killed aud wouuded.
Bim'sselh, February 18. The Interna
tional African society denies It has any hos
tile dcsgUa in Africa, and has enjoined lu
agents to scrupulously respect Le Bnua'i
acquisition on the Congo.
I.tMf.mcK, February 18. Discontent
am .1..' 1 be p'dlee is renewed. , A strike 1
Bomk, February 13. The Vatican will
sen. I a prelate to Berne to negotiate an
at'i .-eiiii iit between the Pope and the Fede
ral government of Switzerland.
The Jnruea Trial I'oatponad.
Gallatin. Mo., February 13. The ar
raignment of Frank J .imes has beeu put off
until the liiih Inst. The town was full of
people, all eager to see the prisoner. The
disposition Is to give him a fair trial. Tbe
prosecution depends largely on the testi
mony of Dick Liddel, now confined In Al
abama, and without his testimony It Is con
ceded that no evidence win be introduced
which will convict the prisoner. Jame
himself Is confident that no charge can be
sustained against hiin. This feeling is
shared by a great many people of Daviess
The sesqul oeutenrital of the settlement of
Geoi-eia by Oen. James Oglethorpe aud
colonists was celebrated at Savannah on
Edwin Booth made bis last appearanoeln
Berlin on Monday night. The house was
crowded. He w a received with enthusi
asm. On Monday night freight conductor C.
L. Lambeit, of the Chicago and Alton,
was intantly killed near Carliuvllle, III.,
by falling from the top of a box car.
In Louisville, ICv . , on Mondav night, L.
M. Frazc-r eut Millard Irwin ' throat three
times. Irwin will die. Fntzer was drunk,
Iviugnn Irwin's doorstep, when the latter
Near Pans. III., on Monday, Reuben
Cooper and J.imes Hamlin, farmers, et
tied an old grudge byflghelnga duel with
knives lu the presence of their wive. Both
Will probil'.'v die.
THE MARKETS. I
Live Ml oris.
CATTLE Steady and fair demand; ex
ports $f2UfSil 20; good to choice shipping
Si.Va.5iiO: common to fair 4Vo4ltO: butch
ers' 2 0oo4 70; docker 3 25r4 75.
HOGS Falrlv active; unchanged; $8 20
CATTLE Light shipping $4 75o"5
Heavy shipping steer Jo 2.5riM 7.5; Medium
to choice butcher steers $3 7524 85; Good
to prime native cows and heifers $3 7.VS
ti'i; Common to fair native cow 8 25fir)
8 50; Cows and calves $18 OOM 00.
HOGS Light grades $040ft0 45; Yorker
$0 IWrtrrt 05: mixed to good packing $6 500
6 80; butchers' to extra JO (too 5; skips,
SHF.EP We quote; Common to medium
ja8.Vo4 2ri: fair to good W 5(4 75; prime
to fancv $5W5 50; stockers al SJ 75fa 50;
Tex ins $3 ZV&i 60.
BUTTER Creamery Good to choice
34f3. to 373S for fancy selections. Dai
ry Choice to fancy tflirb 80: fair to good '.6
fa'2S; medium to fair 2025; common 14(9
is. Northern roll unchanged !holoe at
S1W22; off grades range at 17tiv20.
EGGS Market quiet and weak at 24 tor
DKESSED POULTUY Choice large
Chickens sold well ut .ft 75W4 and medium
at Wn'i 50, but, small, thin and rough
were dull at $'2(a'i 50. Ducks reidy sale
sman, poor and rough 2 ftoiS; medium
to good $8 ,Wa)4; choice H Wd4 50; fancy
14 75. Geese quiet and unchanged
Small, thin and poorlv dressed $ar3 50:
fair t44 60; choke $Vaft 50; fancy fori
Urn In. El.
WIIEAT-Stroiuforjl February fl lOlf;
Mnreh SI US to$l 11 X; April .t! 13 ; May
11 H to 1 15; June fl 13t b; July
jl on b.
CORN Firmer: February 51V; March
52V: April 64; May 61 W54 '4 1 June
O.VTS -Stirrer; February 8fO.' b; March
8SH; May 40.
Wheat strong and $1 00 S February; $1 0
X March; $1 u7'i April; $1 l'JV Mov. Corn
strong and higher: 65y cash! MH March:
rVOs bid April; i'iNV Mav, Oats stronger;
3W cash; .In Si March; 38'. April; 40 si
WIIEAT-VriiV higher; firm and fairly
active business In option; No. 1 white $1
I i)i,, No. 2 red March .tl Kiral'1 'i ; April
$1 LWicWS ; May 1 SltfSM.S.
COUN Rather quletj mixed western
spot ini(a"75s futures tltOiali1! .
OATS-Dull , without decided change;
HliKI'' Steady and quiet.
I'tiHlv (Julei aud nominal: new men
$10. , .
WHEAT Wetrn winter 07di No. S
Sprlnj.' 11 5d: No. 8 Sprlug ( tls.
CORN HIximI Western com dull and
islcr id (is sitd. Dniuund from United
Klivnlom and Continent moderate for
wheat nud nil her dull for corn. Bacon
Long clear dull at 48. Beef Prime meat
flrnur aloft; tra India Ma 4uQ at
That Brown's Iron Bitters
will cure the worst case
Will insure a hearty appetite
and increased digestion.
Cures general debility, and
gives a new lease of life.
Dispels nervous depression
and low spirits.
Restores an exhausted nurs
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and gives abundant sus
tenance for her child.
Strengthens the muscles and
Overcomes weakness, wake
fulness, and lack ofenergy
Keeps off all chills, fevers,
and other malarial poison.
Will infuse with new life
the weakest invalid.
j? Wnlleer St., Baltimore, Pee. iPBt.
For lis years I hve been a great
lutierer from blood lliiease, liys
ptpsia.amlConuipntion.andbecame to iiehilitatc'1 lhal I could not main
anything on my stomach, in fail,
life hid alino-t become a burden.
Finally, when ho h.uUlmo.i left
ax, my husband teeing Ukown's
I-om IUttkhs advertised in the
fa per, induced me to give it a trial,
am now taking the third buttle
and have not felt u well in lis
years ai I de al die present time.
Mrs. L. K. CsirriH.
Brown's Iron Bitters
will have a better tonic
effect upon any one who
needs " bracing up," than
any medicine made.
Read and Circulate.
The Illinois Central R.R. Co.
Will sell any of it remaining lands at one dol
lar per sere less than the present pries, from this
time until the first day of October, ltU. Alter
that date tha present price, will he restored. All
who desire to purclia-e should avail themselves of
tbis liberal ofler at once. P. 1'AOOY,
Hoi partleniars Inquire of
M. BASTERPAY ACiX.
Agts. for 1. ('. It. K. Land,
D Stoves D
8 Tinware. S
Shop on lls'llclay Avenue, between r,iurth and
Slllb btreets, Cairo, Illinois.
fffAII kinds ii Pght and heavy tilucksmlthing,
wagoDtnd csrr'agi work done in tbe mo-twoik-maollka
manner. II rse-shoclng specialty and
utlfactloo gnarai. teed.
XKW YOUK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND R.TA1L.
The Largest Variety Slock
m TIIK OITV.
GOODS ISOLD VERYOLOSK
O. O. I'ATIEH CO..
Oor. Nineteenth s treat 1 pa ! Til
Oonimerclal AHnuf UJIUU 111
FLOUP OBAIN AND HA
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Eix lt Ccudi Prlw PaW far WhMt,