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For Scarlrt and
Sore Thruu t, Rmall
Pot, Measles, and
all Contagious DlHttaatm, Perumt waiting on
the Si-k thould ui it freely. Scarlrt Kever hat
never been known to spread where the Fluid waa
med. Yelluw Kever ha heen curril with il after
black vomit hail taken place. Tlx wont
cun of liiphtlieria yield to it.
Fevered jtulHIrklVr-1 SMAU.-POX
son refrnlied and i and
ltel Hores prevent- 1 MTTINU of Small
ed by balding with
A member of my fam
ily wut taken with)
Small pit. 1 uted the
Fluid ; the patient waa
n'it deliriout, wat not
pitted, and wat aliout
the home again in three
weekt, and no others
had il. W. Park,
Impure Air male 1
harmless and purilied. I
Fur Mure Throat u i a
aure cure. j
lor Frosted Feet,
Chilblains, PI lea,
Chafing, etc. i
linen matiam cured.
Hoft White Complex
Ion tecured by iu we.
Ship Kever prevented.
To purify the Ureal li,
Clean) the Teeth,
it can't be turuatsed.
Catarrh relieved aw'd
Wounds healed rapidly.
An Antidote fur Animal
or Vegetable i'oumut,
I uaol the Fluid during
Mir present affliction with
Scarlet Kever with de
cided advantage. It it
inditpcnsaMc tn the tick
room. Wat. V. Sano
roo. Eyrie, Ala.
The phyticiant here
ute Darby! Fluid very
tucceufully in the treat
ment of Diphtheria.
Tetter dried up.
I Ire re purified and
In cases of Death it
thould be used about
the corpte it will
prevent any unplcat.
The etnlnent Phtr.
sir-inn, .1. M AKION
hl.MS, ML. IK, New
: York, un: " I am
i convinced Prof Darbyt
: PrHplivlattic Fluid it a
I valuable duinfctunt."
Vanderbllt University, Nashville, Tenn.
1 tettify to the mrnt en ellem qualities of Prof.
Iarbyt rViphylartic Fluid. At a duinfccMnt and
detergent it it both tWiretirally and practically
superior to any preparation wilh which I am ac
quainted N. T. LurroK, prof. Chemittry.
Ilartiya Fluid Is Itri'oiniiiended by
linn. Alrxakukr H. bTRnmi, of Georgia;
kev. Ch At. K. DtSMb, D D., Church of tiie
Strangvrt, N. Y.;
ins. I.bC'okt , Columbia, Prof , Univenitv.S.C.
:ev. A. J. hATTL, I'ml , Mercer University;
Kev. C,. V. i'lsata, Uihop M E. Church.
IMHSrF.NSAHI.K TO EVKKY HOMK.
Perfectly harmlcat. L'ed internally or
eatcrnally lor Man or lirail.
The Kluid hat lieen thoroughly tewed, and we
have abundant eviikrve that it lia done everything
here claimed. K or fuller information get of your
Irug);iit a pamphlet or tend to the proprietors,
J. H. ZF.II.IN CO.,
Manufacturing Cbemittt, PHILADELPHIA.
Q.KOKGE II. LECII, M. D.
Physician, and 'Surgeon.
Pneelal attention paid to the Homeonthle tn at
sami of surgical diseases, snd diseati: of women
OUic: On lllh strsnt, oppotita the Pool OiT.ce,
J. E. STKON'G,
128 Commercial Ave, Cairo, III.
VAPOU. ELKCTRO -VAi'OK asu MEDIC ATKD
11 ATI Isi
A lady In attendance.
R. W. C. JOCFLYN,
DKFICK Eightk Btreet, Dear ComDrclaJ Avsnou
R. E W. WUITLOCK,
Omoi No. 134 Coromurclal
Kgktaand Nli.th Btreou
C O V L,
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UECITY NATIONAL HANK.
Of tJalro. Illinois..
71 OHIO LKVKK.
A Oeueral Baiiklnir business
TIIOS. AV. IIAIalalliAV.
jgNTBRPKISB SAVING HANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
FI.0UK, GRAIN AND HAT
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hlvheat Cub Price Paid for Wheat,
Prow Itatfliw I
mm it 1 iu. i ii i i
Anxiety as to the President's
Th Legal Mill Grinds Slowly in th
Niar Rout TrtaL
W4iiriiiiN. March li. Tho defenm
opened tiny 'a iirocet'dings In th Star
Kuiite trim iy cjiiimk Dek'Kate i ttrun jhv
(ilunln, of MonlaiiH, to the wltiii'rut hIhikI.
He laid lit) laid Mvored tho etallihiueiit
of tba Bismarck Tonxus Klver routo be
cau It who Hie tmliirnl euHtcrn outlet for
the mBll of lilt TiM-rliorv. After lt
UlilUbinKiit tut !i:td sought to have tbe
service InrnMM'd and expedited. lld that
in nompilnui'e with request o( aeiL'Ktioni
and pKtltloiiero. Metalled upon Mrady
witu (bat oiiicM i'veral times. HeiboiiKht
thstOen. Mllea ac(Mmpanled hlrn on two
of these (MvittdoiM, lief ore the establish
ment of Uie 'I'tuiKue Itlvcr route
Salisbury controlled onlv the Inlet
Into the country, and It waa with
the additional ohlevt of breaking up the
monopoly thai the witness sotiffht to have
the service pt:ilillht'd. The contractor
and amount of pay wore unknown to him.
mat knowledge wan not witiiin nta urov
I nee. ltnes riencrlbed tbe uonuitlou or
tbe country at the time the route waned
tahliahed and its growth up to the
present time. At tbe conclusion of
bla tettliiionv the introduhtloil tif orticlal
papers wait reMiinetl.
Tbe court kbnwed much annoyance at the
attempt on tbe part of the defense to argue
upon the HilniMMliility of a certain rta of
papers. After the court had ruled them
tit and perciiiptnnlv ordered lienkie to be
seated, that gentleman promptly noted an
exception to tbe. laiifroaK ot trie
court to which J u dire Wvlle rejoined
hhartilv. ' 'The court will UKe any laniruakre
that will be i ffectlve for the purpose aDd
will not stop at language elthpr."
WASHisfiTO. U. (;., March 12. The
itatement of the I'nited Matet Treasurer
chows gold, xiher, and I'nltcd States notes
In the treason- m follows: (loid coin and
htillion, !7'.i',k'.'i,imk; silver dollars and
bullion, tX,2jl,lin; fractional silver coin,
J27,iW,47-'; l uited States notes. jtffl.SM,-
tulal, .'V,lH.w. Certlrlcates oui
.tanding: (lold. ilJ.'JVi.iUU; silver, $o,-
714, K; currency, lU.5tS,0).
Lieutenant-Colonel Hown, of the First
Infantry, is dead.
is not very well. He wan at the depot a
abort time hut wa unable to transact busi
ness. He is still siifferlug froia bis recent
attack of malaria, and appears weak. His
physicians advised him to try a change of
atr. Me will probably make a short sea
voyage soon, unlens mi Improvement In his
neaitb mould render it unnecessary.
Washinuton. March 12. The Issue of
standard silver dollars from tbe mints for
the week ending March 10, vraa JitJB.OOO;
for tbe corresponding period last year,
THE TaKIFK CUMM188IOK.
Itlsdeulcdat the Treasury Departmeut
that members of tho Tariff Commission are
still receiving pay. Tbe Treasury
otticials say the Coin mission has been re
garded as functus otticio from the time it
made lis report to congress at tbe
opening of tbe last session; no money has
been paid iu me (libera oa account oi ser
vice since that time.
Jon J. Hays, who was disbursing officer
of the commlMon a well as Its president is
now settling his accounts; all money
allowed him since the report waa submitted
to Congress has been for tbtt purpose of
defraying expenses Incurrtd Into progress
of tbe work.
The Panama Canal.
Washington, March li. Gen Foote,
says that the entire line of the canal has
neon open from ocean to ocean that li tbe
land bas been cleared, surveyed, and exca
vations In many places begun. A large
number or digging macinnes or American.
oeigiau auu r reucu uiaiiiiiaciiire are at
work. On the Atlantic side, four or five
large dredging machines are dredging
out a basin at the entrance of the canal.
The laborers are principally Jamaica ne
aroei. The Freslttent's lllueaa.
Washington, March 13. The Presi
dent is still indisposed, and refused to see
all visitors excepting intimate friendi. He
has been suffering some time from catarrh
al affection, and Is considerably annoyed
at its tenacity. He will probably take a
trip to Fortress Monroe towardi tbe end
of the present week.
The tiring Case.
Washington, March 12. It Is now
doubtful whether the Krlng case comes up
to-morrow, as .nisiiee .Miner is ill tu-any,
and if not on the bench to-morrow the case
rill be postponed,
Washington, March 12. Tho Presi
dent appointed Morris Freedsnm, Collector
of Internal Itevenue for tho Tblrd Collec
tion district of New York, vice Max Web
The Chippewa Indiana.
Washington, March 12. The Chippewa
Indians, of Minnesota, had an interview
with tho Secretary of the Interior, and
complained of trespass of their timber
His Fears that He Will net Live the Year
Lonsviixtt, March 12 The Courier-
Journal's Washington correspondent tele
graph that President Arthur has been
troubled with Insomnia for several nights
and bis physicians art exceedingly anxious
about his condition, and that In desponden
cy be deolarrei that ho cannot live long, and
on .Saturday last he desired hi lister not to
o back to Sew York at she contemplated
olng. It Is alleged that he said repeatedly
during the last fortnight, that ho did not
expect to live out the year, and when Mr.
Edmunds was choson President of tho Sen
ate, he remarked to a friendi "I am glad
of that ; Kdmunds will finish out ray term
It It a noteworthy fact that Mr. Edmunds
was sworn In President pro tern. An old
attache of the Clerk's office ot the Senate
tayt that no other President protein, hat
ever taken sn oath on taking h scat, the
oatii of a Senate having been doomed suf
ficient heretofore. The Inference latitat Kri
munds has found tome law by which tak
ing this special oath makes him President
da facto, so that if Arthur mid he should
both die tho Senate might elect another
President pro. tern., who would cutout
the Democratic Bpeaktrof the noxt House
treat (be suaceesloa.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY
NEAR HER BRIDAL
A Young Woman Killed bv a Hunter's Inex"
Cabkvvillk, March 12. There 1 a
great deal of excitement here over an acci
dent which occurred on Saturday evening. !
John Jacobs had been out hunting
and coming Into town overtook two
young women of hi acoualiitniice,
Catharine Kdwards and Maria Hill. They
hiked him ahum bis lack of luck, and
511ms Kdwurds said. "You can't about
me?" whereupon fl he raised his gun
and flred. The poor woman fell
mortally hurt in the face and head and
died In twenty minutes, Jacobs surren
dered blniHelf to a constable, who took him
to Iiellevilb flyeMterday, having tlr-t had a
preliminary examination before a Justice
who found It to be a case of manslaughter.
The coroner's Jury h said to have returned
an iiiiluiellliclble verdict. Tbe prisoner
says he thought that be bad rc
mbved the ehanes from hla gun while in
the bottom. Miss Edwards was about sev
enteen vear of age and was to hsve been
The Nloek Market.
Nkw Yohk, March 12. "Higolo, " In
bis article '.n the Sun entitled ''In and Out
of Wall street, " says, "Stock speculation
looked more animated at the close of last
week, mirier (he combined influence of the
adjournment of Congress, the parage of
tbe tariff Mil. the skillfully concocted ftatc
Dicnt of two or three railroad companies,
and a sudrien drop in the rale of foreiiru
The TrllMine's "Money and Business"
article ssrsi "A remarkable change has
taken place, in the biiHlues outlook within
tbe paM two weeks. Ease ban been follow
ed by stringency in the money market, and
at times (lurlng'the past week ten, twelve
and fifteen per cent, w ere the rates de
mandod for loans on call. The banks have
for two weeks reported deficit which in
creaed ii, N.M.375 last week, and they now
hold W. l'iti, ISO less than tbe reserve re
quired by law. This sharp change was not
entirely unanticipated and it ha been met
bv shipments of gold from Europe said to
amount to about $4,000,000.
On Monday last ahlpnienfi of gold be
came profitable as an exchange operation,
and so continued until Friday. The Hank
of ISrttMi North America ordered the first
shipment of $.V3,i0, and a second of the
same amount. A little later, Morton,
Bliss A Co. and Sellgman Bros, followed
with similar amounts each, and it was
announced on Friday that fl.ooo.ooo more
had been purchased in open market,
in London for shipment
hither. Some other shipments are sup
posed to have been made, before rates
were advanced bv bankers who do not like
to make known their transactions, so that
it it believed the amount of gold will reach
14.000,000. It is stated that tdese ship
ments were made in the part
against securities bought here
for foreign account, but that sales have
since been made on London ordors. How
ever this raav be, the rise of exchange
towards tbe close of tbe week in
dicated that continuation of gold imports
could not be counted on at present.
Much will depend, of course, upon the
movement of products, which rampant
speculation tends to check. The very
heavy exports of cotton already made, ex
ceeding by up), 000 bales the exports of the
last crop year to date, must be expected to
fall off, and the state of foreign exchange
will henceforth depend more largely upon
the movement of breadstuff, provisions
and oil. Tbe Improvement tn tbe general
business of the country slnoc Congress ad
journed has been quite perceptiblu."
Hist WlllaraVn actr In St. I.ouls.
St. Louis. March 12. In Pilgrim
Church, last evening. Miss Willard's
sweet -voiced Intonation of a thoroughly
logical aud Interesting argument was
appreciated bv her large body of listeners,
irrespective oi their views of prohibition.
There was a notioeabla tendency to
break Into hand-olapplng ap'ilaiie. which
Ignored all restraint after he irln,' the story
of lo .louiig, tbe reformed I'mliKali man,
who. after a year or water-annmng, drop
ped a ballot in the box opposing liquor
license, with the explanation that it was for
"Sally unci the children." The
a iplause whioh followed shocked
some if the good people, and the Kev. Dr.
(ioodell subso'iuejitiy smoothed It over by
announcing as be rose to give out a hymn
that though the house was a sacred tilace
he was glad he felt like applauding.
If he bad then proposed three cheers and
a tiger for Miss Wfllard there Is no doubt
but the response would have b :en rous
ing. Miss Wlllard returns from Klrkwood to
morrow to go wilh tbe W. C. T. U. dele
gation to Jefferson City, where she will
lecture In the Capitol that evening. Wed
nesday she speaks tn Kansas City and then
?oe to Trinidad, Col., on her way to the
Mkmphis, March 12. A special to the
Western Associated Press from Helena,
Ark., savs: Another Inch decline last
night, making tho total three Inches
since the decliue set In. The gauge now
shows forty-six fuet eight inches. A curi
ous fact Is that there is no fall noticeable
during the daytime, but every morning re
veals a decline. This singular phase of
etcentrlclty is without parallel so far as
beard from in the history of this mysterious
liver. Tbe weather is dear ami spring
like. The sufferers by the floods within
our border will be provided for by State
aid, which cannot come too quickly. There
are between five and seven hundred negro
refugees who are wholly unprovided for and
powerless to help themselves. Tho levoes
around Helena were never more secure,
The ralnl Work of Maniac.
PmuiKi.rnu, Ta., March 12. This
morning John S. Syren shot bis brother's
wife, Lizzie ltyrcu, Iu the breast, and then
shot himself through the temple. Syren,
the husband of the Injured woman, keeps u
bakery. His brother John, who
cntnt from Germany about a year ago, Is
believed to have been demented. While
tbo baker was out serving bresd John Mor
row, a neighbor, hearing quarreling and
two pistol snots, ran to the rear room and
found Mrs. Syren wouuded. A struggle
ensued between the two men, during which
Morrow wrenched tbe pistol from the in
furiated mau's grasp. The latter then fled
to the yard, and, drawing another pistol,
shot himself. The doctors say both will
Whlakey Ilri It.
Clrvei.and O., March 12. Homy Cas
slday died to-day from a wound received
by Daniel O'Nell lute last night. Cassldv,
under tht innuonc.o of liquor, wunt to
)' Nell's saloon and demanded whiskey,
which was refused. Cssslday drew a ki'lfe
and twice tried to stab O'Nell, who seized
revolver and shot Casslday in the head.
O'Null Is turner arrest.
Con'NKKHII.i.k, Ini., March 12. A
wreck on the Whitewater Hoad. Ave miles
south of here was caused by a broken rail,
and a dozen passenger wore hurt, noun
seriously, Among them David Fisher,
Mrs. Franlcy, Cnmbridgo City ; I). A.
huuiiict.i'HU, Marcbia. Dr. William
S, Forbes, tho demonstrator of simtouiy In
the Jefferson Medical College, charged with
complicity in the desecration of tho graves
of Lolmnon Cemetery, several months sgo,
wat placed on trial in tho Court of Quarter
fjassUms to-day. .
' mirasro Iron Worker.
Chicago,. March 12. The stockholder!
of the Union Iron and Htoul Company art
in session ou a proposition to resume oper
ations by the Issue of I1,W,000 preferred
stock. It ts believes! ike proposition will
be awepted. . u , - .
MORNING, MARCH 13, 1883.
A Fact, Notwithstanding Hit Recent 'aid
Nkw York, March 12. A dlsnatch from
Fayette ville, K. (J., says that Davis ha
arrived there and that he will be married at
Tokay on Tuesday. Miss Burr, tho bride,
was norn in Massachusetts, but now lives
in Illinois. Tbe engagement has existed
since Christmas, lftxf. She Is thirty
four, of attractive person, a
blonde, with bright eyei and a sunny
smile, - i
The Times prints the following from
Washington : ' ' For more than a year, the
posslps of Iheetipltol have been Insisting
that David Davis was Intent upon marriage,
and for every Intimation of that kind made
to hi in In the same time, Including a new
report circulated within the present week,
Mr. Davis has been prompt in denial, and
if the gossips are correct In their latest
reports, somewhat too emphatic. I have
heard no one question his right, even
here where everybody presumes to question
many of the rights of ull prominent per
sons, from the President down to Senator
Tabor. Perhaps If he had brought his
"intended'' to the capital, Introduced her
to all the nice people he knew, allowed
the society correspondents to describe her
costumes at half a dozen receptions, and
otherwise ex hililted her for public Inspec
tion, permitting it to be understood that
the lauv was to be Mrs. Davis when Cen
gress should have adjourned he could have
gone away m
toward his akconu choicr,
without causing more tnan a ripple of ex
citement. As it 1 his seerettveness, which
is a marked characteristic of the man, has
made him game for several correspondents
who are now watching his movements with
an eagerness that Is stimulated by the re
membrance ot his attempts during recent
months to throw everybody off toe track
and give the impression that the sto
ries of his Intended marriage with a
blooming young woman, were all "stuff
snd nonsehce." While he has succeeded
in some instances he bas been unable to
convince all that there was not some lire
under the smoke In the direction of Fay -etteville.
II was only a day or two
ago, in his own private room at tho
Cspltal, that he flatly denied the story
that he was to be married as soon as his
term as a senator should expire. He was
sitting in his favorite attitude, his well
rouniledl)odv supported tn one spacious
srm-chair, his gaitored feet resting in an
other chair set opposite, his bead lolling
eomfortably down on one side, and his
deep-set, quizzical eyes looking through
the smoke of a larce cigar to the friend who
had dared to ask blm if the new report was
true. With a transfer of the cigar from
one band to the other. Mr. Davis an
swered, "Now what nonsense
that is. What does an old fellow
like me want to get married for?" This
was bis reply to a privileged acquaintance.
To one or two senator who ventured to
make further Inquiries he was not so amica
ble In his responses, but stamped about,
with that frightfully humorous somhlance
of indignation that one enjoys so much
on the stage. That Mr. Davis bas been
aware that he was an object of tender con
cern and that he has enjoyed the curiosity
of the ' 'society" ladies of the Capital there
can be no doubt. On a recent Saturday he
made his appearance at one of the W hite
House receptions In company with a pleas
ing young lady. Everybody knew him.
Five ot the great throng ot ladles assisting
Mrs. McElroy and a few of the
greater throng of ladles that were
forced In a dense mass through
the red and blue rooms, knew tbe lady
whom he escorted so carefully. When he
came to the receiving pxrty he and the ladv
were turned out of the line and into the
space behind Mrs. McElrov and those who
stood with her. " "My dear," (this to
the young lady) "my dear, this is Mrs.
Pendleton, or Mrs. Miller, " or who ever
else It happened to be. Tbe tone was af
fectionate as well as tbe words, and all the
ladles were buzzing it about that this must
be Judge Davis' fhianoee. Tbe Judge saw
that he aroused a great deal of curiosity,
and It was with palpable regret that he was
compelled In response te a matter of fact
reminder that be had not Introduced tbe
lady oy name te apologize for having for
gotten' to say that tbe lady was his son's
Gortschakoff's Death The MoGleln and
Nbw York, March 12. The Timet
says: "Prince Gortschakoff's death will
have no effect upon the foreign or Internal
policy of Russia, as he tnmed over every
thing' except the title of his high office to
M. De (.icrs a year ago. His long cureer
as Ambassador, Minister of Foreign
Affairs, and Chancellor wss orowded wilh
great achievements, but in tbe highest
ambitions he wat always doomed to defeat,
fiortschakoff oould tear up the treaty of
Paris, but he was not able to make the
treaty of San Stefano hold together. "
The Tribune says: "The great crowd in
attondance at the MeGlnlu.funeraljl report
ed to have laughed and Jested oontlnuallv
and on the whole it seems to have been it
thoroughly enjoyable funeral. The burial
of the'puglllst Elliott was alsoaspectacular
performance which stirred the Bowery to
Its depths. It called together a great
crowd of ruffians and undoubtedly exerted
a bad influence by glorifying the brutal and
criminal business of prlze-flghtlug. But as
Elliott was murdered and not a murderer
his funeral was not such an outrage on do
The F.apoalllon Fund.
St. Lot'is. March 12. The Exposition
fund was increased $2,N12 W with thu arri
val of this morning's mall, making the
grand total of cash now tn the hands
of Treasurer Cupples $1(14,812 50.
Mr. Cupples expects a large amount
to be added to this with the arrival of the
Murdered at a (iirleteiilnjr.
rrri'SBi'KG, Ta., March 12. Nicholas
Kretsch, murdered Sunday night, hnd at
tended a christening at tho house of a man
named Uttor. During the festivities a row
occurred in which Kretsch was beaten
about the head and stabbed in the hack by
two brothers named Wllhelm. Kretsch
finally madr his escape and went home
where he was found uncon
scious about 11 o'clock this morning.
Shortly after the Wllhelm brothers were ar
SrniNGKiian, Ii.i.., March 12. In the
Senate this morning little business was
transacted, there being but few members
present. Tho Senate was called to order by
Senator Hunt. The Journal was read. Son
ator Meriitt introduced a petition Draylng
for the regulations of publlo schools, that
each county support its own schools. Tbe
House resolution was road to
tho effect that Uobert Lincoln be
conferred with concerning the purchase of
the old Llncolu residouoe In Springfield, In
which to preserve the celebrated old royal
collection and relict .and mementoes ot
President Lincoln. A Joint resolution to
print and distribute dally the Iloute Jour
nal was adopted. A bill to prevent extor
tion, etc, in the manufacture of illumlnats
Ing gas on its second reading wat reoom
mltted. Reports front itanding commit,
teei were ' received , A bill regulating
the taxing of brldgee on toe boundary lines
was read for tht first ttae. Adlournsd.
When the House adjourotd on feludrdaj Si
WU Wl 'i-attOa l HI
London, March 12. Intelligence from
Paris states the eiuuctte ther is d iu to the
fact that 00, ikk) persons arc out of employ
ment. TbeTlnii's cm respondent at Paris
says for the pst few days many foreigners
have been kept aw.iv from that city owing
to Its unsettled couditiou. There are now
at Koine many Americans who were about
to start lo Palis when the demonstration
began, ami who, consequently, postponed
I'.mus, March 12. The election for a
member of tho Chrmher of Deputies to fill
the vacancy caused by the death ot (lam
bctta was without result. Slglsmund Le
croix received the largest i. umber
of votes, but not the requisite num
ber to elect, and another bajlot will have to
London, March 12. Tho Times savs:
"From many sources we rocelve news in
dicating that' If the. new criminal procedure
bill lu India, which allows native Judges
Jurisdiction over whiles In certain cases It
persevered In, the results are likely to be
serious beyond conception. The Dally
New slates that thu Cabinet Council Sat
urday was chiefly occupied with tbe discus
sion of affairs in the Transvaal. It Is be
lieved that the (iovernmnut Is determined
to exert their iiiiltience to v rot ect the na
tives against the Injustice and opposition of
the liners, ' '
I it t: I. ami.
Dcbi.in, March 12. Tin: murder-con-tpiracv
prisoners were liotlged that their
trial begins April oth. They will be tried
on three counts, the Ptnenix- Park murders
the attempted niurdJr of Juror Field, and
The (iovernment has ordered that prompt
meaui be taken for the relief of the starv
ing people of Louglirea.
Maiumi. March 12. The total number
of persons arrested in Andalusia for com
plicity in the anarchist movements is 1,200.
Of this number :ti are charged with
murders, agrarian outrages aud with
being abettors of tho "Black Hand"
society. Sixty of the prisoners confessed
to complicity in four murders.
S. B. Paige, president of the Paige Lum
ber Company, Duluth, committed sui
cide on Nind'ay.
Prince Gortschakoff, ex-C'bancellor of
the Hussian empire, died in Baden-Baden,
Germany, on Sunday,
The funeral of Jimmy Elliott, the prize
fighter, took place' in New York on
Sunday. Over 4, ooo persons wore in at
tendance. The weather throughout Canada on Sun
day was cold, and at some places snow
fell, but the great storm predicted by Wig
gins did not show up.
On Sunday morning Officer Patrick
Casey, of the' Hunter's Point, N. Y. po
lice,' killed Roundsman Richard Coinmis
key. Thn murder was unprovoked. Casey
air. r-tien l oureee, wiio sixteen years
ago founded the New Eiurland Conserva
tory of Music, In Ilostou, now tho largest
music school iu the world, has presented
tbe institution to the board of trustees.
A dispatch from Butler, Pa., states that
a. John M. Thompson, ex-Conifresiman
of that district, hxs been arrested on a
charge of raising a note from $400to 4,000,
1 be general opinion prevails that the
cnarge cannot be sustained.
A meeting ot shoe manufacturers In New
York on Sunday determined to resist In the
courts the royalty demanded by the
Donald McKay Company for the ute ot
their machines. The Companv's patent
expired July 6, 187U. Since that time over
000,000 have ben paid them.
The Chicago, St. Louis and Plttsburj
Railroad has made to the Union and In
dianapolis Trust Company, of New York,
as trustee the first mortgage for$22,000,
009, covering all tht property of the com
pany. The mortgage 'is due and
payable October 1, Wt, with Interest at
five per cent.
A large lodging shanty In Brownsville,
D. T., was burned down on Saturday
night. Th" f-'llmving man perished In tbe
Maine.: .1 i... - ( !ia(tnrs, K. C. Wrijrbt,
Harvey Wood, Charles Hammond, Fettr
Hanson, Thomas Finless, Lewis Hanson,
W. M. Andrtws, Fred T. Pours,
Samuel Hayes. Vbe men were tin
ployees of Hood & Scott, and slept la tht
MARCH 12, 1843.
HOOS-Llght Jtf 75(37 35; mixed packing
1 Mf , ,u nc
heavy packing and shipping
OA I TLB- Active and 10il(t cents lower:
exports xi 40rSfl 90; good lo choice ship
ping (irao50; common to fair $4'JOfa5 7o;
butchers ,2 tW(a'."i; stock crs 2 2.V94 40;fctd
ers H ,00.
CATTLE Export steers $0 OOwft) 30;
light to heavy native steers tt )d 00;
common to medium native steers 14 U.V8
4 75: Colorado steers $4oJ5oO; fair to
good feeders $4 50ra5 00; common to good
stockers .f.i 754 2ft; common to choice
native cows and heifers $;) or4 HO; South
west steers $.1 755 00; scallawags $2 50
HOGS Lower; fairly active shipping
demand. Light to good Yorkers $iwm
7 O.i; heavy shipper $7 107 30; butchers
loextrtt.t7 20rJ40; skips and culls 1ft 80
SHEEP Good to fancy .fl 7.V9H 00 :
me.llum to kfslr 75r5 1 ftO; Texan $3 00
WHEAT $1 Hi March, $1 07 April,
II 11 Vol 12 May, 1 llh June, l Oil's
COlJN-o7T March, 57 April, CI HO V
Mav. 81 June, 02 X July.
OATS-41 March, 41H April, 43,' May,
43 June, 42S July.
WHEAT Closed $1 00'. March, flOSV
April. l 12 r May, 1 1'iS June, tl07'i
Jul v. 1 05 year. ?
CORN' f2.' March, 54 .V April, 5urdi
Mav, MH June, 57 July.
OATS-42 March, 43V April, 41 May.
ni'TTEU-Creatnerv at HflrdM for choice
and fancv, aiul31fuiu2 for seconds. Dairy
27r530 for choice and fancy. Little or no
demand for poor to medium grades, and
quotations nominal at 12f25. Northern
roll steady Choice sells st 'JOftrai, off
grades range at UiaiW. Near-by make
( lmlce in fair demand at 10wl7, medium
slow salt) ot 1 15, mid low grades dull
at I0W12. , , ,
EGGS Sales, 800 cases (early) at He
at close 13Xo was the best price obtain-
and selling moderately; Turkeys easier.
We quote: Chickens Cock W BO, mixed
if:l 75; HensiM; Turkeys Hent and small
Gobblers 12MU3, large Gobblers 15ra ie) '
Gecso .toiH for small, $5fSU for large;
Ducks .if'v4, top rate or large fat,
DIIESSED POULTRY-Turkevs easier,
at WWI70 If lb., others preferrod alive,
Country markets stoadv, Spot whsst
dull; No. 2 spring its Adi 'Mo, S spring 8
tjd; Western winter W d. Mixed West
em corn dull and depressed ot 0s 2d. De
mand trout United luacdoua and tContf
tut,duU and aeitooud lor wheat aMOtiav
no longer from Dyspep
sia, Indigestion, want of
Appetlte,los3 of Strength
lack of Energy, Malaria,
Intermittent Fevers, Ac.
BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS never fails to cure
all these diseases.
Boston, November s6, iSSi.
Brown Chihical Co.
Gentlemen : For years I have
been a great tufferer from Dyspepsia,
and could get no relief (having tried
everything which wai recommend
ed) until, acting on the advice of a
friend, who had been benefitted by
Hkuwn's Ihuh IIittirs, I tried a
buttle, with moat lurpriiing result. '
I'reviout to taking Brown's Iron
bi iters, everything 1 ate dittretted
me, and 1 tutTcrea greatly from a
burning aentation in the stomach,
which was unbearable. Sine tak
ing Hrown'i Iron Kittrri, all my
troubles are at an end. Can eat an y
time without any ditagraeabl re
sults. I am practically another
perton. Mrs. W. J. Flvnn,
30 Maverick St., E. Boston.
BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS acts like a charm
on the digestive organs,
removing all dyspeptic
symptoms, such as tast
i ing the food, Belching,
Heat in the Stomach,
Heartburn, etc. The
only Iron Preparation
that will not blacken the
teeth or give headache.
Sold by all Druggists.
Brown Chemical Co.
See that all Iron Bitters are mads by
Browa Chemical Co., Baltimore, and
have crotted red lines and trade
mark on wrapper,
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
Read and Circulate.
The Illinois Central R. R. Co.
Will still Buy of Its remaining lunils at one dol
lar pursers less than the present prices, from this
ttmenutil tbe tlrst day of October, liM. Alter
that date the present prlees will he restored. All
who deslro to purcba-e ahuQld aval) ihumanlves of
this liberal offur at once. 1'. DAQQY,
Foi particulars Inquire of
M. EASTKltDAY 4 CO.,
Aifts. for 1. C. It. K. Lands,
AJ 4t a y .
V a Y
(hop on Hslllilsy Avuiine, lieiwmtn r'nurth and
Mlxtll Htreets, L'sltn, Illinois.
(VfAII kinds nl I'uht snd heavy Mncksmlthlng,
wagon and carriage work donu In the most wot k
msnllke niauiior. Ilarsa.slioelng a specially and
Jf 3U. TJSTOE,
-Manufscturer snd Dealor In
6th Streai.hetweoo font') Avs. aud l.oveu.
CUOKE BORING A SFXCIALT?
ALS KINDS S)t AMCN1TI0N. "
dtfet Roalred. All tiodt oi Ktie Made.
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