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CAIRO; ILLINOIS', WEDNESDAY MORNINQ, MARCH 14, 1883.
While other Baking Powder are largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
hat been kept unchanged in all itt original
purity and strength. The best evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
its fiaring received the highest testimoni
als from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, frog
its introduction to the present time. Mo
other powders show so good results by ttie
true testthe TEST OF THE 0EM.
IT IS PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, riL, and Bt. Louis, Mo.,
luakmnn l.r.lla Omm, Dr. Prtw'a SpMltl
riiwU attracts, ul Vr. frl'. l'lu Ytrttmmt,
A Uousrhold Article for t'nlveriml
For Scarlet and
Sore Throat, Small
I'oi, Mfanlcn, and
all ('ontaginun Ititrae.
Sick sh'iuld iw it freclv.
Person waiting on
ScarWl lever has
Bever hrtn krKiwn to spread where the Fluid a
used Yellow Kever has been cured with it after
black vomit had takrn plac. Hie worst
cues of Itihtheria yield to it.
F r-vereMl and Sick Ter-
on tcfrnhed and
lied Sore prevent- 1'ITTINU of Small
(! by bathing with
A member of my fam
ily wa taken with)
Small poii. 1 used the
(laid : the patient was
not delirious, wu not
pitted, and was about
the house ai;ain in three
weeltt, and n i others
Darby! Kluid 1
Impure Air male
barimlesi and purified.
I' or (Hire Throat it u a
I'or Frokted tet.
i .. . . i
had it. I. W Pak.
loos secured by its use.
Whip Fever prevented
To purify the (treat h,
Cleanse the Teeth,
it can't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
Iyente;y rut ed.
Wound healed rapidly.
An Antidote (or Animal
The physician here
use larbys Fluid very
successfully in the treat
ment of Diphtheria.
Ptings, etc. ! Tetter dried up.
1 used the Fluid during I Cholera prevented
eur present affliction with
Scarlet Fever with de
cided advantage. It is
indispensable to the kick-roomav-Wsi.
oai Eyrie, Ala.
llcer purified and
In caeof Death it
should be used aUut
the corpse it will
prevent any unpleas
The eminent IMiy.
SIMS, SL New
York, ays : "I am
convinced Fr"f Darby
Prophylactic Fluid is a
Vanderbllt University, Nashville, Term.
I testify to the oiost excellent qualities of Prof.
Darby, Prophylactic Fluid. As a disinfectant and
detergent it is both theoretically and practically
superior to any preparation with which I am ac
quainted. N. T. LtrroM, Prof. Chemistry.
Partly Fluid la IWom mended by
i Hod. AtaXANtiBR li. Stfpnkns, of (ienrgia;
' Rev. Chav F. Dkbms, D.D., Church of the
Strangers, N . Y.:
Ira. LbConts, Columbia, rrof. University, S.C.
Rrv. A. J. Hattli, Prof , Mercer University;
Rev. Geo. K Pirkls, bishop M. E. Church.
INDISrF.NSABLK TO KVKKY HOMK.
Perfectly harmless. Used internally or
externally for Man or Ueast,
The Fluid has been thoroughly tested, an I we
have abundant evidence that it has done everything
here daimed. For fuller information get of your
Druggist a pamphlet or ftend to the proprietors,
- J. II. ZEIUX CO..
Manufacturing Chemist, PHILADEl-PH I A.
Q.EORGE II. LECII, M. D.
Phvioiau and Surjxeon.
Spoclal attention, paid to the Iloraeor.ithic trat
mi-nt of surgical dleaee, and dieaos of womB
and children. ,
Office: On 14th street, opposite the Post 0.11 -e
R. J. K. STRONG,
128 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOtt. EI.ECTHO-VAPOK and MED1CATKD
HAT I IS
A lady in attendance.
jyt. w. c. jocblyn;
OFrTUB-Bigath Street, near Comaerela! Aveiioe
U. K W. YfLIITLOCK,
orrtoi No. 13. Commercial Avenue, bitwen
Jtgrtand Nititb Btreot
n Stovos 13
Nn. 97 I I 8th St
S Tinware. B
A DAY'S HAPPENINGS,
Destructive Fires and Disas
Tha Situation in the Flooded Dis
trict! of the South-Other
Hanaalloaal Tetlnioay la tha Knll
I'niontown, Maich ' IS. When tb
Dukm-.Nuit imiiitiT trial rcmnutxl lliin
morning JoM-pb N'titt, uti of the (ltii:eafil ,
wa pul tin tlm maiid to pi'dve th:tt li hud
een luki drop n unon; tiimii. liMlcr r
fln:lln,' on hi aiaicr in the road
nar hi fat bar 'a hou. Thin evidence
wan rulod out. Letter which Duke had
written lo Captain Nntt were then offered
in evidence and anlnst the Mreuiiotnt pro
test of lh defunsit ver admitted. Ther
wcr read to ihe Jury bjr Mr. rinrford and
created a profound trnitation in the
court-room. Iu point of lufaiiiy.
they were fully up to ttspeutation. Iukt
acknowiedg unsolicited!' that he luul en
joyed illicit luterooure with C'apt. N'utt'a.
diiiKhtcr and vlvei alleged town rumor
affecting; her character. In olonlnir, he ex-
f)reke bin opinion thatMl Nutt inlnaucl
oate condition and itifcrentially suzgests to
Captain Nutt that an abortion
nilcht tave the honor of bU daughter and
family, The proiecutlon bere rexted.
The defenie in opening proved that Dukea
ha mid to iira. Jennings, at o left the
room after wie ineetlnir, tbat lie wan norrv
for vt hstthe had done, btit be bad acted
only In elf-defene, aa Cant. Nutt would
bave killed him if he bad not killed
A Pullman Klattper Burnad.
1 irirBt KtiH. March 18. The Washlnir-
ton lr-ier on the Woiern EpreM. du
hereon the l'cnntylYanta railroad at 8:4'l
a. in., cauifbt Are' near Wllraore citation.
Allegheny Mountains, at 4 o'clock tin
moniiii(,', and wai entlrclv consumed. 'J' be
fias6ni(erH escaped without injury, but
ot nearly all their clothing. Among those
on the car were General Penion Assent
ludliy: Col. HenWllion, ei-ConKreiuian
of West Virginia; Gen. Cockeue, Indiana;
Col. iJavldaou, Beaver, IVnu., and Col.
Porter, potmter, Connellnville, Penn.
Whun tha train arrived here many passen
(era were half nuked. The I'ulliuun Com-
pany I loss i ti),ix).
T'h tauthern Fleoda.
MiMi'Hia. March 13. A ipecial to
the Wentern Aociatitl I're from
Helena, Ark., i-ayi the river hat declined
one Inch during the pat twelve hour,
and now mark forty-six feet on tha cute.
The levees here are o ecure that the city
is safe, wind or no wind. Trains over the
Iron Mountain and Southern Railroad will
ba put on ajratu to-day, making the truni
fer at Lanicvllle bridge by boat.. The
situation is brighter than at auv period
Bluce to i niirn water prrnuie et in. Mm
I new In the city la resuming and the outlook
li cbeerliiK ana Bopwiui.
Nkw Yora, March 18. ()n the arrival ot
the iteaitfhlp Huditon, from ew Orleans,
a Are wa dixct-yured la tbo lower hatch.
The are department was at once callad aa4
touu a dozen iteanter were at work, the
vessel belli; flooded, that being deemed
tha bent method or extiniculxnluii: the Ore
The cargo constat of cotton and More and
ue nre wu tracea vo wner toe cotton w
itered. The dam.ure cannot be estimated.
The vesicl I valued t nearly a quarter of a
million and the car no at about the tame
Capture ota Noted Murderer and Jail
Sr. I.OL'lS. March 13. This afternoon a
telegram w received from Waiblnrton
D. (.'.. iiiforiniiig Chief of Police) Camiibell
that John U. Miea, tue muraerer or omce
Pat Ioran, who broke jail in this city on
the 7th of last November, was arretted at
the National Capital. The telegram was
Igneri by Ietective lliowuiua who ba
been tpeclally asigned to this cae since
Knicerl by HUwssuke t'lrameat.
Hartfoud, Wis., March 13. An ei
tenilve building, occupied by four dree
maker, two milliner', a doctor and a den
tilt, was burned to the ground late lust
night. A Keueral conflagration wag only
averted by the arrival of the Milwaukee
Fire Department on a ipeolal train, losa,
$18,000. no iniurauoe. J. W. Eber'a
laloon and reiidenoc were razed to
tha ground to itop tha spread of the
Ovei-doaa of Morphine.
Louisville, March 13. Capt. E. H.
Moire, of the oomtuUslon firm of ilall,
Moiie A Co., this olty, took an overdone of
morphine Monday evening. LH-'plte tha
effort of phykiciuni be died at an early
hour lb! morning. It ia not believed it
wai taken with auicldal intent, a Mr,
Mode had been in the habit of taking mor
phine for aevere attack of headache with
Which be wai troubled.
Retribution after Sine) Yeara.
Fort Fevtkrman, Wyominu, March
13. Al Pacha, who ulna years uo com
mitted a terrible murder, was arrested
near here Monday. The story I that
pacha belonged to a company of nix pros
pectors, undthul one night whllo cuinping
in Colorado be murdered hit live compan
ions while they alcpt. lie wnx arrested
shortlv afterwardt, but cucaped, and has
been at large till now.
Faaene;er Aaent'a ( onveiillon.
New Yokk. March 13. The neiui-tinnual
Convention of the National A'iatlon of
Pa.senger Agents waa begun here lo-tlay.
The attendance is very large. The tension
it sicrut, but is was learned the dlKcuions
were mululy in regard to uniform sly Km of
tickets improvements In the baggage check
ing system and matters connected with the
method of passenger business.
Biff Whisky Fatlnre.
New York. Marsh 18 The well-known
whisky and wine house of Ives, lieccber A
Co., failed for nearly $000,000, The. linn
is oompoaed of Frederick . Ives, John 8.
Beecher and Charles A. Tuttle, and bat
stood well for a quarter of a century, the
Enpoi- of the firm having ranked as the
est on the market. The value of the as
sets cannut bo estimated.
AflBURY Park. N. Y., March 13, The
new Queen Annie villa of William A. Street
at Ruaison Park, burned this morning. It
was only partially completed aud a portion
f the loss falls upon the contractor.
Death etl ait Ohio Judge. -
CoLl'Mtum. O., March IS, Cblef Jus
tice Win, White, of tho Supreme Court of
Ohio, and recently appointed United Stales
Plttriot Judge of the Southern Dlxtrtet
f Ohio, died at hit borne In bprlngtlelU last
Meaemaeoti't) Waft. '
Boitqn, Mara II. The stonemasons
have retolvod to demand H s day after the
let of Mr.) .
Klevee In One f onts.
DiAPwooi). I), T., March 13. Til
remains of eleven victim of Saturday
night' Ire ware interred in olio grave tlili
morning. The entire remain would not
fill an ordinary coffin. Almost the entire
town wit nKed the burial, llalloine and
Alexander, wboae limn were luirnt to a
crisp, are dying.
ouster talr la not lit
w, .r...t. SO Tl... .r.n..I..U fi'nni
vniLAMUi ivaaivil so, iin ,iw,
Nevada indicating the Immt'dlat reMRiiit
tlon of Senator Fair on account of 111 health
are dlnrredlted by hi friends here, lie
left for Iowa yeterdav, ufiajr a four day'
viait. In excellent health, and hinted noth
ing of hi alleged intention.
Alrant. N. V., .March 13- Friend
Ilumpbiey'. Son, leather dealer, as
signed. There are thirty-nine preferred
creditors whoe cIhIuih amount to U,:t,M'-li.
The New York house of Humphrey & Co.,
failed recently, was etttuhlUhed as a branch
01 the Album- concern.
Au AretcUm" Ane;el.
T.D.w. II T r.k 1 tl.'l.ll hl.U.
ing with a revolver In a cabin on the river
DiiiK, jionroe smemana nan nis Drain
blown out by Houehton Momas. Both are
tged fourteen and belong to the best fami
lies. Teartata I.eat Mb Blanc.
Oexreva, March 13. A party of En
glish toil riot while auemliiig Mt. Blann
Monday, were overtaken by a storm and
losing their war fell over a precipice. It
it not yet known bow manv live were
DiADwoon, Da., March 13. An ex
tensive cave in occurred in Highland
Mine here. Tha miners all managed to
escape uninjured excepting one, wh was
A Bis; Fire.
Uoopestown, III., March 13. II. B.
Vavers dry goods More and atljoinlng
buildings, occupied by the American and
United ftatet Express Companv, burned.
Lots, $1S,00); insurance, about $10,000.
Death of ass Es-t'oBEreaainan.
Danville, Va., March 18. Tho. s.
Flournoy, ex-memher of (,'onijres. and cm
dldute for (iovernor on tha Know-Notliing
ticket, died this morning,
The Effects tf the Star-Rout Trial Upon
Washwotok, March 13. The Star
Route trial hat entered upon Its fifteenth
week. Indication are that it will occupy
from five to ten week more. The Herdt'll
confession has taken up much time, and
there is no telling what new feauture mav
arise at anv moment to add to the length
of tbe triaf. Tbe indications ure much
more favorable to a conviction than they
were in the former trial, though many
predict that there will be no conviction
this time. The defendants evidently feel
that their condition it very serious, and
they are in no good hum or over
it. Your correspondent had
occasion to call upon Senator Dorey at hit
borne on K. Street recently, and wt start
led to sec what a change had cotue over
him. His appearance was actually start
ling. There was a wild, angry, excited
look upon bit face, the look which remind
ed one of a bunted animal driven to bav.
and bit wordt were hot and bitter. Liar,
perjurer, thief, contemptible sneak, vil
llan, were epithet t which flowed freely
from hi lips as Be referred to those who
Baa acted against nun in nis trial, umy
once did he laugh or even smile, and tbat
was when some reference wa made to tne
constant demands upon blm for money by a
lot of loecbet who ntdfioiestea toe tapitoi,
and us courts and lobbies, l nen it was a
laugh full of ditoord aud hatred, rather
than pleasure or merriment. HI
home It a beautiful ene. A fine.lare
house In a fashionable neighborhood, par
lor nlcelv furnished, costly paintings upon
the wall! a beautiful wife of whom every
body tpeakt with honor and regard yet
tbat look upon hit face and that spirit of
hatred for mankind which breathe forth in
hit every word and movement showed that
bit surrounding did not detract from the
painful consciousness thnt bit
condition it a critical one, and tbat
the hand of every man It against him. Ilia
wife it a beautiful woman, au ornament to
society, but, feeling keenly tbe Attacks up
on her husband, the seemt to have almost
entirely withdrawn from social life, if in
deed itt doors remain open to ber.
hellae Varnlah frosts American Alco
hol. Washington-, D. C, March 13
The Treatury Department ha Issued ln
itructions to" collectors of customs that
shellac varnish manufactured In Canada
out of American alcohol Imported in bond
from the I'nlttd States iho.ll he subject to
duty on re-importation of value of not less
than tbe value of the materials, viz.. alco
hol ana thellao in open markets of
Canada. Htretofore thlt article
hat been valued for ad valorem duty at a
nominal price in bond upon the
ground tbat there wai no market value In
Canada for thlt kind ot varnish. Tbe action
of the department will probably put a
itop to tbe practice tbat heretofore pre
vailed of shipping American alcohol to
Canada and re-importing it at shellac var
nish. The customs otHcttt are also In
structed that shellac varnish
raannfactured In bondud warehouses
In the United States out of domestic
alcohol and which may have been
exported without payment of tax can
not be returned to the United states
upon payment of duty less than the Internal
revenue which wits remitted on the alcohol .
Tbe officers are Instructed to score barrels
before exportation In such a
manner that they enn be Identified upon re
importation. Money la the Treaanry-Seerelarj t'ol
Washington, March 13. Tho state
ment of tht United !MMci Treasurer show
the gold silver and United Slute notes In
the Treasury to bo as follows: Hold coin
and bullion, $179,72, '.'87; silver dollars nnd
bullion, $10,1.40". 44 1: fractional silver coin,
$27,606,434; United Ntutcn note., $44,7(14,
WU; total, $stt7,ti7, TWO. Certificate standing
gold, $41,o03,870; tilver, $08, 331, "10; coin.
$10,420,000. Secretary Folger whs not at
the Treasury Depummmt. Ill health does
not improve aa mildly as was expected,
lie will probably acniileiee in lite physi
cian's advice and take a short sea voyage In
a few days In order to recuperate. Assist
ant Secretary French will continue, acting
as Secretary of the Treasury for some time.
Star Konte Trial.
VTarhinoton, March 18. The defense
contluued the presentation of petitions and
other paper In tbe Star ltoute trial. After
two hours had been consumed In inonto
nous reading lugeraoll said bit supply of
papers was exhausted, hut he wu hopeful
of rinding more for the afternoon session,
although the court seemod to attach small
Importance to this kind ot evidence, re
marking tbat a house full of it would not
weigh a feather. Wilton procured n fresh
supply of papers and continued reading.
Tha Kriita; f'aae.
Washington, March 1ft. The Krltur
caae wai argued la tbe Supreme Court and
submitted for decision. Jeff Chandler ap
peared for Krlnf and Sollcllor-Orneral
Phillips lied for Attorntf Mcln
jrr. ... .....
THE OLD WORLD.
i L '
rants, March 13. The budget for 1884
hat been pretenled in the Chamber of
uaputtet. The total inureae or the ex
penelllures It estimated at 50. 000, Of if., ts-
iiuiaieu revenue H.-m,W),wm., ana ex
penditures 3, 108,441, ItJAf.
LOKiKtM. March 13. Tha Time corre
spondent at Pari, apeaklng of a rumor
that President (irevy Intended to resign,
tayt: me general political summon,
constant ttrldes of l!itdleallin, chronic
Instability of Cabinets, insults, reactionary
organs and threat made at anarchist
moetlngt.pixplalu the desire ot Grevy to re
sign the Presidency.
Paris, March 18. Detective! who are
watching the Socialist believe l'rinea'
Jerome Napoleon and Konher arc cogni
sant of tbe doing of the rioters.
Paris, March 13. The Government
Is considering the ouettion of pro
viding work for Dursona out of amDlovment
Lyons, March 13. The Court of Ad-
peals bat confirmed the sentences of the
enarcniM iBoruat, Bernard,, usutier,
Rlcard and ten other. The sen
tences of seventeen anarchiatt were miti
St. Petrr.bcr(i. March 13. The lst
act of Oortichaknli was to dictate a tele
gram to tbe Oar tainting blm on the ore
tion of bis birthday,
It U reported the chief toverelgn and
prince who were at Berlin during the cel
ebration of tbe tilver weddlngof the Crow n
Prince and Princess agreed to be repre
sented at the coronation of the Czar by Am
bastadert only. -jai.J
THE WRECK OF THE CIMBRIA.
Brrlix, March 13. The salvage steamer
ha returned from the scene of the wreck
of tbe Cimbrla. Divert report a number
of the bodlet of the victim Jammed
amongst tbe gear of a life-boat on deck.
Entraiicei to tbe cabin were closed by a
compact matt of bodies. To save the carp'
three decks will have to be removed by ex
plosives, and explosion would shatter tbe
400 corpses in the ho! I.
Lo.vdok, March 1.1. In the Comment
Itst night Coleridxe Kennard, Conserva
tive, gave notice that he would question
the Government a to what step had been
taken to recover the mii Uis of the Ala
VIEWS OF THE PRESS.
Comments on the Woman Question, Cap
ital Punishment, and the Star
New Yore, March 13. The Journal
lay: "Everybody has taken to discussing
the woman question, as it 1 vaguely
called. The pulpit, the press, and the
rostrum have broken out afresh on di
vorce, on fashionable ladie, on the duties
ot wlvet. What ha caused this amldon
Eromlnence of old theme it would be dlf
cult to tay. The women ot to-day are no
worte aid no botter, pcrbapt, than their
mothers, and divorce, after all, Is a very
small factor In real life. We hear a great
deal of it la those feverish circlet some
where Nstween Babylon and Bohemia, but
the great mats of men snd women go on
filling iu love, getting married, raising
children, and being gathered to tbelr fath
er's in the mot prosaic and retpeotable
The Sun remarks: "There it no doubt
about the ertioaoy of capital punishment, 10
far a tbe culprit who is exemitod la con
cerned. He cannot murder anybody elie.
But the argument in favor of the death
penalty as a warning to other criminal it
weakened by such occurrence at the two
Sunday murders, immediate lv following a
The Herald says : "It Is woree than a
waste of time for tbe Star Route defense to
call witnesses to the stand day after day to
testify to the growth of tbo western coun
try, and its need of postal facilities. Tbe
prosecution might admit all that tbe de
fense hat yet undertaken to prove and
would tave time at well at money by doing
High License Presentation of Old Battle
Sprinofielp, III., March 18. Peti
tion for license are still pouring in from
all points of the state, the sum of $000 be
ing named as the lowest license. The
House Joint resolution concerning the pur
chase of tbe I.lnooln homestead bv the State
was concurred In, and step now be
taken to preserve thH building and a large
collection of mementoes to the state and
The subject of the bill for preserving old
battle flags occupied much attention and
created much disoussion. The bill appro
priates $2,000, and a committee amend
ment make it $10,000. Senator Merrltt
objected to the amendment in strong Ian
guagcjind wai answered by Semtor Cough,
who win emphatic in his support of it.
Senator Lining pleaded for the- pretena
tion of the flagi iu tbelr present
state of rents, bullet hole, blood
ttiiin, toil and all, and moved an amend
ment reducing the appropriation lo $0,000
at sufficient to preierve them without re
itoration. Senators Condee, Flfer, Hine
hart, Uerely, Clark and Idwirdstnok part
In the dlicustlon. and a flag which has
already been restored at the Adjutant
General proposes to restore was brought
into the chamber and wai examined with
tbe greatest interest bv nearlv
every Senator, many of whom
exmesied themselves at dissatis
fied with the "process," and tbe
further comlderatlon of the bill was made
the spoulal order for 10:30 to-morrow.
Several bills were amended and advanced,
to a third reading. Tbe House bill appro
priating $10,000 for the Braidwoml suffer
eri aud $r2.000 for Coultervllle pnsscil to a
third reading, snd tht Senate ad) " i"d to
9:80 to-morrow aftet making the i,il au
thorizing the maintenance 0! free liiirariea
tbe special order for 10 o'clock.
The House assumed sn air of business.
Bv ipecial order the Bbawneetown relief
bill, which was warmly discussed nnd
, strongly supported by Mr. McCartney, au
thor of the bill. Messr. (owpepthwait,
Ltnegar, Morrison, McFie, Yancey, liethla
Black and Cook, nnd opposed by Messrs.
llerrlnger, Fostor sud Kicks. The bill
passed the House with the emer
gency clause and will go to Ihe Sen
ate. It appropriate $50,000 for the relief
of Shuwneotown and Gallatin county. A
resolution was passed thanking the Indian
apolis Board of Trade for their promptness
In caring for the Southern Illinois sufferers
by the flood. Mr. Qulnn's celebrated
wife-beating bill eama up. and after strong
spetohei In favor of the bill by Its author,
Metsrs. Mitchell, Yancey and others,
pasted, 88 to 84J, sod. las nous ad
journed. ' '
Ship laborers la Montreal, Canada, are
Wgiaulng sn agitation far higher wages tt
Tb St. Joseph (irlp, a traveling man's
paper, suspended Monday snd tbe material
wa seUed by the Sheriff.
A homo of ill repute In Luther, Michigan,
burned on Sunday. Jennie (loodsell and
Reuben Myers, inmate, perished.
At last accounts the desptraiioes who re
cently attacked a passenger train In Ar
kansas were making for the .Mlsviurl line
with the orDours In but pursuit.
In Columbia, Mo., ou Monday, W.
Hector Cox, who was charged with a
felonious assault upon Mrs. SalTle B. Bugg,
at Younger ' Post -oftVe, on January 13,
In New Yirk. on Sunday night, Bernard
Carr and John Shea bad a friendly sparring
match wit h soft gloves. Carr fell, or was
knocked down, and burst a blood vessel.
Ho died on .Monday night.
Patrick Levy, a piutset ger on the steamer
Samaria, w: arrested on tbe arrival of tho
vessel In Boston on Monday, on the charge
of killing Patrick Hurley, a farmer In Mill
iliter, Ireland, two years axo, J lo was
released but will be kept under surveillance
until advice from England aiv received.
The levee at Point Pleusanf, Mlsi.,
Clark-dale, Mil., Friar' Point, Miss.,
are still holding nut well. Farmers en Ihe
blxblands ire taking advantage of the de
lightful weather to begin pluming, fte
portt from below Memphis, us far down h
Arkansas City, ure very aurintf thai ha
worst ha been iloue h tho flood's. J.f no
more water enmos everything will be clear
and ready for the plow in good season.
Seventeen Chinamen are under arrest
and on trial in Dallas, Texas, charged with
llleifal voting, They bncam- nat in-allied
oitiens in IS7li. under tbe statutes and pro
visions of 1873 which delegale to aliens the
right nnd privileges of Americans, upon
their compliance with ihe requirements of
the same. It seemi, however, that In 1876
an amend intnt was mudo to the naturalisa
tion laws, which limited the right of citi
zenship to foreigners of white complex
ion. The Taltor Marriage Mevereljr De.
OsHKosn. Wis., March 13. -Father
Sm.illey, of St. Petor's Church, tbe most
Influential Catholic parish in the city, pub
lished a curd this morning strongly de
nouncing ihe Tabor marriage and the rela
tive of the bride for not Informing tha
Washington priest of Mrs. Tabor' pre
vious divorce. Hu bas collected a mass of
testimony upon the tubjeot, ami will place
it before the hlghutt authority of tbe church
YnrsGSTOWH, O., March 13.-John
Phillips, of HubbirrJ, O., while asleep
walked out of a third itory window of the
Union lUiwe, this city, Monday night, and
falling thirty-five feet, was killed.
Destroyed by Fire.
IlARiKdiiD, Wis., March 13. The build
inir owned by Mrs. Niras, and occupied by
milliners and dressmakers and a Jeweler's
thop. was destroyed by fire. Lou over
Chicago, Maroh 13. The credlters of
ft. H. Tavlor A Co.. paper manufacturers
who recently failed for ml, 000, agreed to
swept 4 n nts on the doHar In from three
to twelve mouths.
Racine, Wis., Marcih W.-Chrli. Heok
A Co., grocert and liquor dealers, made a
voluntary assignment. Assets aid liabil
Concord, N. H., Maroh 18. Col. Chat.
C. Pearson, proprietor of The People and
New Hampshire Patriot, died thlt morn
ing, aged ii.
Glenoive, Mont.. March 18. Tht loe
has ill run out of the river. The weather
is spring-like. No danger of a flood In to.ii
MAI't II 13, 1888.
HOGS Active, tiny and unchanged;
light 757 3.1; mixed paokin $6 $V(i7 86;
heavy packing ami shipping $7 40f7 80,
CATTLE (Julet and weak; aatives ten
conts lower; exports lSoo?tt80 good to
bent shipping $5 Hih !0; oomraon to fair
$4 :liuti.hi.r tiWdjfeederi $4 40-
fS5; stock'-ivt.Vai 40.
CATTLE Export steers 18 30; light
to heavy native steer $4 Wtwdi common to
medium native steer $4 86(84 75; Colors
tlo steers $brr.'i W)! fair to good feeder
$4 iSOfrjTi: common to good Mocker $ 7,Vo
4 28; common to choice native cows and
heifer- -St 4uf.t4 "; Southwest iteers $8 7n
Ar.-i: seiillawaa $2 dO'd'i.
Ill it.; s Nroinz and higher: active thlp
pi uir demand. Light to good Yorken $7 10
(h : -J.'; nil. veil to good packing $T aOr)t 46:
bi 'tellers to extra $7 897 86; tklpt ana
Clllls Tlioi.fi sn.
fllKKI tiood to fancy $4 75(36. medi
um to fulr $3 71)14 SO; Texan $8 Oo,
WHKAT--$! Maroh, $108 W Ap'il,
Mav M I'l's. rl .lime, $1081; July.
t HiN-SO's M.trdi, 67 A;Tll, 81iK
Mar. tai't June, til July,
OATS-40S .March, 40V April, 48V May
43 June. 4'."i Jub .
WIIKAT flo-ed $1 08?,' March, $1 ID',
is April, $1 W.ra May,
June, $107 .Inly, $106 year.
-n-j's jiarcn, on April, oox Mav
6i) -June, 67 V July.
OATS-42 March, 4JV April, 43 May.
KYK Lower at t)7'i.
WHEAT March $1 17', ; April $1 20 ;
Mv$l June $128.
('( (UN-March 70 ; April 71 : May 71
OATS -March 61 ls'; April 32; May 53;
June 62 i.
"7 "' :. sr. lolis.
"TTTTTErt Creamery ringed at.TlfaS'J for
second, to flrVa.MS for choice and fanev se
lection; choice ami fancy dalrv at 27f.'IO;
poor to medium nominal at VKrtVt. North
ern roll Hteaily choico nt2(Vrf21. off grades
rangoat 17(ril9. Near bv mitko dull choice
l.Yn Id. medium 18W14, low grade 10rrl2.
i:(,(iH Again easier, but active.
Sale 1,200 cases at 18c, but cloned
rolILTUY-I.lve chickens dull . and
easier, offering light, but in excess of
demand. Turkeys, Geese and Puck quiet
and unchanged. We quote: Chickens
Cock $8, mixed $8 25rX3 60, Hens,
$3 76; Turkeys $12i15, top rate for large
gobbler : Uese-$8f4 ler small, $500 for
Targe; Duckt $8(t for small to choice
fat. Dressed Chiokeni, Geene and
lucks not wanted; Turkeys slow sals at
lai7e per pound.
2 fprinff and California wheat off coast
declined Hd; red winter (iff coast declined
3d; No. 2 spring wheat to arrive declined
tiit; reu winter wneai Lnaoa, to arrive,
det lined Sd. Spot fjs-haat dull and eaalert
No, S spring Osid; N. I spring 8s 6d:
Western winter 9e Td. CaJlfornl decllnad
Id. tUzed western ra dull tod easier at
s U. D mod f Unl4d Klngdest
snd CVnfsent, d-i snd sUfle44 let
no longer from Dyspep
sia, Indigestion, want of
Appetite, losaof Strength
lack of Energy, Malaria,
Intermittent Fevers, Ac.
BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS never fails to cure
all these diseases.
Boston, November , 1881.
RSOWN CM BMtCAL Co.
Gentlemen : For yean I hv
been great sufferer from Dyspepsia,
and could get no relief (having tried
everything which was recommend
ed) until, acting on the advic of a
friend, srho had been benefitted by
Brown's I ion Uittihs, I tried a
bottle, with most surprising results.
Previous to taking Bkowh's 1ow
blTTSita, everything 1 st distressed
id, and 1 suffutd greatly frettva
burning sensation In til stomach,
which wa unbearable. Since tak
ing Hiown't Ikon liirrtM, all my
trouble arc t an end. Can eat any
time without any disagreeabl re
sults. I am practically another
person. Mrs. W. J. Flvnn,
30 Maverick St., E. Hoston.
BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS acts like a eharm
on the digestive organs,
removing all dyspeptic
symptoms, such as tast
ing the food, Belching,
Heat in tha 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 ill Iron Bitter are made by
Brown Chemical Co., Baltimore, and
have crossed red lines and trade
mark on wrapper.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
Read anil Circulate.
The Illinois Central R. R. Co.
Will sell any ot it remaining lands at ono dob
lar per acre lets than the prereitt price, from this
time until the Brut day of October, 14. Alter
that date tbe present price will be restored. All
who desire to purchase should avail themselves of
this liberal offer at once. 1. DAUQY,
F01 particulars Inquire of
-' M. KAHTERDAY A CO..
Agt. for I.C. It. R. Lands,
8hop on Hallldav Avenue, between r'otirtb and
Hlxtlt Strcem, Cairo, lllluuls.
lUfAII klndi el light and heavy hlacktmltbinit,
wi(oniud carriage work done In the most woik-
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mniuiau w.uu.i! II "IPU-PUUVIUK a R'OCIISlkV UU
PI. E. IISTOE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
th "tree,, between Cotn'l Ave. and Levee.
CA1 HO. ILLINOIS
CHOKE BOUINO A SPECIALTY
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