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OAJRO. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY 1 MORNING, MARCH 15, 1883.
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ute Darbyt Fluid very
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l Prophylactic Fluid is a
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.II...... IL1.X . I
Sensational Scenes in Closing an Interest
I Ing Case.
New Yoiik, lliuvli H.Th trial of ths
nit of Edward M-hitcll ayninst hl unde to
recover VW.nvMur iIh-ulletmili.n of bit
wife's unY-oilon hu lutcii coni'ludpd In the
Kings' County Court. Tltejurvgiiye th
pUlntlff a verdict for .fri,0iiO.
Mr. Al.hott, In I'loMiietba case for th
plnlnllff eitld that evsrybndy knew that
when Frederick Jiluhnt said he. did not
know what became of ilrt. Si hnelt'i let
ten he lied, 'Do you rpniemher when
you bad Mm. Schncll In your armiir"
Son me recordl,' aava Blobru." While
Mr. Ahhott wat detcrlliliifr the iinaHtlah
love which tchnel had for hl wife and
contraHiiriK It with the love of Blohm, who
had dra(rKAl her Into court as a mUtreiti,
Mra. Schncll ahotitodlout, "Who brought
me bere but my tiiiiliand?
HS Hat DRAOGKD "
nielnhere." She waa removed panting
and tmllld with excitement. 'Tula Is your
act,' exclalinnd Mr, Ahhott, turning to
the defendant. You have hauled thl wo
man into Miirt and exhibited her to the
irate and remark of hundreds. You,
Frederick lllohm, yuu have aacrillced this
woman tlitu to nave vour pocket." Mr,
A btiott reviewed the fove fetteri icnt by
filnlini to Mrs. Bchnell, and clrieed with a
telling peroration. After the Judge's
charge, which was short, the Jury retired,
and aft:r the absence of an hour and a half
returned with the fc'i.OOO verdict.
Ladies Chatting With an Escort Causes a
Rumpus in New York.
Nkw Yuhk. March U. A tine lookln?
getitlciiiHii with L'rav hair and a foreign ac
cent and a diplomatic order on his coat lap
pel sat at the opern in the Academy. If in
wife and daughter were with him. Just
behind him sat a broker with two ladies,
who chat tnd while Mme. Hcalchl was singing
in toe third act. J he diplomat wanted to
bear Die music and turned round and re-
aliened the ladies to refrain from talking
uring the performance. The broker an
grily reqtii'ktcd the diplomat to con tine bis
rtention to m own arruirv I be diplomat
aid somet hlnir about good breeding and
he broker pronuiiuced the diplomat a cur.
ibi'ie was a pause, and those near held
their breath in suspenne. The diplomat
rote, bis face flushed, and hurrying into
the lobby, Insisted on having the broker ar
retted lor Innultlng hlin and bis compan
ions. Col. Mapleson appeared and the di
plomat threatened to sue htm If the offend
er waK not ejected. Col. Mapleson ordered
a police van to put the broker out. The
policeman rvfujed to do so. Police Cap-
ain LiiMcuv arrived and tried to smooth
be difficulty over. In obedi
ence to his order a policeman marched
down the aisle, tapped the broker on the
boulder obtained his card and carried It
back to his superior. Then the broker
came out himself and for several minutes
there was a lively Interchange of senti
ment. At length' the diplomat remarked
bat he "would do notb'.ng about It during
that act," and went hack to hla aeat. The
broker alo returnnd to hla place and no
rurther aemonmrauon occurred. "On,
it waa only a little misunderstanding, "
Capt. Clinch? said. "It all blew over in
a little while. I really bare forgotten their
names. But it doesn't amount te any
thing." THE WEDDINQ.
The PortU Ex-Senator and Judge is Mar
ried at Last.
Raleigh, N. C, March 1. To-day at
11 o'clock, at Tokaj, the residence of the
Hon. barton J. (rreen, four miles from
Fayetuville. K. C. Judge David Davis
married miks Aaaie liurr. it was a quiet
wedding. I tiers were lew guest, Kev.
F. C. Huekee, of the Episcopalian Church.
officiating. The presents were numerous
nd costly. At 1 o'clock the couple left
on the steamer JIurchlson, specially pre
pared and beautifully decorated, for Wil
mington. Judge Davis had arrived Bstur
dav night and was entertained at Tokay,
lie wat accompauled by Judge Otto. Mr.
and Mrs. Thatcher, Dr. and Mrs. Cook
and Miss Cook. The affair was elegant
in an its surroundings. The
bridal party will make a tour north and
The entaaement af Mr. Davis and Miss
Burr was made public during the
unrwmas nouaays or twi and tasz. Mr.
Davis Di et met his bride at B'.oomlngton.
III., during the life time of his first
wife, with whom Mies Burr waa en
terms of intimate friendship. She had
exime to Illinois with her parent, but
soon went to Favettevtlle, where sho has
since uvea wim Air. ana Mrs, J. rv.
Green, as a member of the fatally. Mr.
Green was a relation of hers, and he mar
ried Miss Ellory , who was also a relation of
Miss Burr, ana her companion since her
school days. With them she spent all her
time with' the exception of occasional trips
to Washington and the watering places. She
is at present as years or age, a uionue,
of fine figure, medium height, with hand
aome, regular features. Site Is known for
her retiring and modest disposition. Her
father was it farmer of rather limited
meanx, and his slter married (ten. Green,
father of the gentleman at whose residence
the marriage took pluce to-day. It was
rii intended that the marriage should be
in November, but Mr. Davis wished te
wult until bis Contrresnlonnl career was
over, and Miss Burr also desired to avoid
the publicity of official Ufa in Washington-.
Patrick Kacan's Opluloncl the Ittvln-
Nkw York. March 14. In an Interview
with Patrick Kitgun, treasurer of the Laud
League, publlNhed in one of tbe morning
papers, that gentlemen denies all knowl
edge of the Invincible and says be never
beard of them putside of the newspaper.
The mvsterious No. 1 he believes to be an
Invention of the enemy. He say that
Lady Florence Dixie is a member of the
Queenberry family, all of whom are crazed
and that her statements are inspired by
enemies of the League. Mr. Kagan says
that one of the stipulations nude with
Carey, the informer, was that he, Eagan,
should be incriminated in the conspiracy,
but that Carey was not able to do that.
Mr. Kagnn asserts that not one penny of
the Land League funds were used tor Im
proper purposes, and that the balance In
the treasury Is now about $.'0,000. lie re
fuse to tell bow he left Ireland, or by
what ateatnor, but .ays be will remain
aome time in this eouutry.
The Paealon PUjr.
Niw York, March 14. -The trial of Mr.
8alml Morse was concluded In the court of
peolal session. Justice Smith and Frd
announced as the decision of the court that
"The Passion" was a play within the
meaning of the statute, but that its pro
duction was not a public good and on
that ground the complaint would ba . dis
missed and the prisoiifr dltoharged. Ju
tloe KUlreth &Mtad from the pinion
ad tald It Waa a play aat M rakaarafcl a4
Parnell and the Land Aot Other Dis
London. March 14. Three thousand
weavers In the Iluddcrsfield District bare
struck, owlngto a disagreement with tba
maulers regarding wagim.
A niHcting of the Irish. Scotch and tng-
llsh members of Parliament was held, at
which it was decided to form a political
committee with a view of funning public
opinion in regard to Irish reforms, ine
committee was iilte ait Impartial one. S
rarneintet are connected with It.
Lomio'. March 14. There li a
very general feeling among tho persons In
terested In Virginia bonus that r.o hasty
opinion should be formed in the absence of
mil details or the judirnient of the tinted
Mate Supreme Court and the views of tbe
lawvers engaged in the case.
Chaplin, Conservative, removed the re
jection of Famuli's bill. Thomii Dick
son, Liberal, supported the measure be
caune it embodied the programme adopted
ny the conrcrcnoe or I inter tenant. Ulart
tnne aald the land act v. as fur more effi
cient than Parnell had described, tie said
Parnell ' bill amounted virtually to a re
inodellttif of the land act.
London, Mitroh H. In the House of
Commons tn-dav 1'arnHI moved tbe second
rcailluif nf bin bill amending the land aot.
Be s.iiil that agitation in Ireland must con
tinue to increase until the act waa amend
St. PKTKitsm.'Hit. March 14. A woman
named Tigner, an important Nihilist,
who was nrrtiigned for tbe murder of tien.
Itrelnikoff at Odosa, In' ISn'i, bat been
The intextine, of Prince Gorbtchskoff
have been sent to Freiburg to be analyzed.
The Prince died at the villa of bis German
mistress, with whom lie became acquainted
during tbe sitting of the Berlin Congress.
3IaRsf.ii.lcs. March 14. I)e Leseps
has embarked for Tunl to direct surveys
In the project to convert the desert of
Sahara into connection with an inland
Paris. March 14. The report that Gravy
Intended to resign the Presidency, Is seml
orhYlally denied. '
The tontbern Floods.
Memphis, Tkn.v., March 14. A special
to th 'Western Associated Press from Hel
ena, Ark., says: The gauge this morning
shows 40 feet 4 Inches, a decline of one Inch
during tbe night. A line of skiffs bsve
been put In between tbls point, Jonestown
and Clarksdale, Mis., auu flathoat are de
livering goods back through the country
inaccessible to steamers. The Paolflc and
.Southern express companies have
resumed regular runs over the Iron Moun
tain and Southern Itallroad. Business is
generally resuming. For the first
time in many years there is a swift
current comlnz down the shore indi
cating a disposition ou tbe part of the river
to change It channel s.'aln la this vicinity,
and should tbi "Ci-ur the big bar
In front of Hel-na will be greatly di
minished, if not w.-i-hcd entirely away,
whilst the old riv.-, i.r M-.-nt channel, will
again fill tip.
Railroad Wreck lit Ness York.
Ohweoo, X. Y. March U. The rear
esr of a freight train struck a broken rati
and left the track: a mile north or Fnlton,
Just at the train went on a trestle twenty
live feet high. One oar and the caboose?
toppled over on tbe ice and both wer
wrecked. Conductor H. L. Stewart, of
Norwich, who was badly cut about tbe
head, chest and right leg, became Insane
soon afterward. Brakeuutu Rickart, also
of Norwich, was found under the caboose;
with one hand terribly burned and held
tightly between the wall and itovs, both
leg broken in two places.
Acalnat I rental toa.
HaRRism-HO, March 14. Among th
bill Introduced In the Senate was one to
prevent the burning or cremating of hu
man bodies. Tbe Dill makes the penalty
for violation a floe of not lean than fl,00O
and Imprisonment, no lets than one nor
more than three years solitary confine
ment. A Joint resolution proposing an
amendment to the constitution providing
for a decrease of tbe number of Senators to
thirty-three and of members of tbe House
to 100, was defeated on final passage.
New York, March 14. At a meeting f
the Western Union Telegraph Company a
quarterly dividend of oni and three-quarter
cent wa declared, payable on and after
April 1H. Net revenues for the quarter
ending Marob 81. S1.J50.000; surplu$3,
617, 63. John T. Terrv was elected direc
tor of tbe company to nil the vacancy oatts
ed the death of Gov. Morgan.
SJ Western Nail Aaeuclatlotk
Pittsbcrgh, March 13. Tne Western
Nail association met in regular monthly
session at nood to-day and reaffirmed the
card rate. It was also decided to resume
operations In the factories next Monday,
and arter running mree wee. io snut aown
again for two weeks more. Trade was re
ported dull, with stocks light and very
Brained with at Nhovel.
Mt. Vernon. III., March 14. John
Crenshaw, a section hand. vviH have a pre
liminary examination at 1 o'clock this
afternoon for striking Samuel Ferguson on
the head with a shovel, Ferguson I
expected to die; his assailant es
caped, but was captured last evening in
Died of Heart 1Ihr.
Nashvii.i.f, March 14. James M. Mar
tin, general manager of the Nashville com
petitive Military drill, to be held herein
May, was found dead In a water closet at
Tavel's titlonery and blank book estab
lishment this morning at H o'clock. Cause,
New York, March 14. A report from
Montreal says Fogarty X- Brother, whole
sale boots and shoes, suspended. Liabili
ties, JlOM.OtXL '
Nkw Ori.kans, March 14. W. E. Se
bold's stationery, picture and fancy goods
store burned. Loss :W, 000,
Nf.w Ori.f.ans, March 14. W. E.
Scbold' stationary, picture snd fancy
goods store burned, Loss, $30,000.
Spkingfikld. III., March 14. Tbe or
der for 11 o'clock was Menitt'i bill on
third reading, regulating liabilities of In
surance companies. 1h discussion be
came very warm snd somewhat personal
between Its author and Senator Rinebart,
who signified his willingness to compare bis
record with that of the Senator from Marl
on. .Senators Clark and Rogers Indulged
In some good-natured cj-oHs-fire, Clark
arguing for the bill with niu!i esrneit
irN. The bill finally pssssd
House Bill No. SIR, to make railroad
responsible for freight while In transit by
fast freight lines was warmly discussed, end
passed by a vote of eighty to forty
six. The bill to compoll property holder to
donate land on watch to btiild levee to
protect the city of Catre, was passed with
out a dissenting vote, the bill to mtka
lection day a Afal aoMar Mi
VI IK M ft T.
' ; AN INJUNCTION SUIT.;
The City Government of East St. Louis
Bku.evili.k. Iu... March 14. The suit
f Judge Launts, uguiut the City of Kast
8t. Louis, theMieillf i.ft. f lair county,
the City Treasurer, A. Koerner, J. M.
Friels and Aldernmu lliiiuiifan, to restrain
the city from Isnilug any further city war
rants, 'the sheriff from receiving city wr
rsnts for taxes and to compel KrleU, Koer
uer Hannlfau, or the city treasurer to re
store tbe money taken out of the law de
partment fund was partially heatd tbla
morning. K. A. Herbert made an argu
ment for Jndge Lauutz, ti. Koerner. Can
by and Krlel umilo argument
for defendants. The fulgi said he felt
clear on one point, if the money alleged to
be appropriated was paid tor an indebted
ness as incurred prior to tho tax levy of
lUMi. It must be restored, otherwise the
judlclsl department of the city would be
destroyed to the grest Injury of all its in
habitant. He wanted tn be ssttlHfJed, such
was the ease. As to ottiiir points he would
hear further argument and in the mean
time1 no wnrrautH must be issued by the city
or be taken by tius Sheriff. The 'city gov
cnuuent of Kast S, ImiU Is therefore step-
1 ; i .
OLD WAR CLAIMS.
A Scheme btf Which the Government May
A be Defrauded out of $2,000,000.
8T. Moaeph, Mo., March 14. A bill
Introduced by Senator Heard in the Mis
aoun Legislature, providing for the pay
ment of old war claims, passed the State
Semite recently. 1 he Herald, of this city,
has been oppo4ngtlu bill on the ground
that it provided - (or the payment of many
claim fielteved do be fraudulent. Tuesday
morning the Herald published a lengthy
letter from Senator Allen, of St. Louis
countv, showing how the government mav
be defrauded out of eomenhlng like W.OOO,
000. Late Tisrsdav night the Herald was In
formed bv a relfajlii; parly thsta certain
agent io the uity Informed him that In the
winter of 1881 and the roll of unpaid
claims on the file lo the Adjutant-General's
offlce at Jefferson )ty. bad been In some
manner secured atid. brought to St. Jottcpb
where a compltfe c4v was then hand
made In an offlee on Edmunds street. It
was said that a schn)e was on foot to find
out the partle holding the claims and buy
them up, and in cnjics wtvrs the original
claimants were deajd and the heirs not
known, fraudulent papers Were to be made
out. In order to secure the payment of
these claims It wotuld be necessary to get a
bill through the Legislature, as the govern
ment nrst require the state to pay them.
It Is now alleged that the Heard b!
complisb.es thl purpose.
low Prosrree In f bo Star Root Trial.
Washixotoh, March 14. In the Star-
Route trial W ilton called Wot. H. Turner
to tbe stand. He Is tb only defendant
who wa aeqilttd at tbe first trial, it is
said be entered th Post-offloe Department
as a nrst-cii clerk In Jaly, ISM.
Speaking of the decree of intimacy ex
isting between defendants, witness ea'ld af
ter the division of the route in 1877, Her
dell and Valle would meet in tt depart
ment without sneaking. Rerdell had
nothing to do with Minor' routes after
that and Miner bad no control
over th routes managed by
Rerdell. A paper connected with Rawlins,
White river auute wa presented witness.
He said the alteration (an erasure of
"eight, hours" and Insertion of "forty
five hours") had been mads by himself to
save the trouble of making up a new oase.
The petitions were never altered while In
the - department. Wilton Inquired of
witness if he bad ever received
money, mining stock or otbr sonsldera
tlons from any of the defendant to influ
ence his action in eonneotjon with the
route. I he prosecution objecUd because
witness v iis not now a party to tbe Indict
ment. Wilson referrea to th evidence
concerninir "Samuel Jones." The
court krd how 4 'Jones" bad
keen cnniicried with witness. ln
cersoll called attention to th testimony of
Rerdell and MacVeagh wherein ibey
aid, ' Samuel Jones" wa an alia
for Turner. Merrick (aid tb question
wsa no more pertinent than tbe evidence
of Blford on a similar point. It witness
was allowed to touch upon th
subject tb Government would feel
called upon to rebut hi testimony. Da
vidge said they would prove by witness that
Rerdell bad undoubtedly lied. Th i Court
did not see how far th offer would fulfill
tb proposition. If Rerdell bad said h
saw the money. paid th
evidence offered might be
used tn coot radlet him. Witness appealed
to the court to llow him to inswerthe
question but Judge Wyli bad him remain
silent until the question wa passodupon.
Inger.oll, in explanation of to offer, as
serted that the pencil memorandum was
not genuine but was in whole or In part
made by Kerdell. It wa part of the defense
show that Brady as Smith, never received
a cent; tnat Turner "Jone" never re
ceived a rent. Suppose It ihould turn out
that not a solitary cent had been paid to
Bradv or to Turner, he thought It would
stablish the fact that the pencil
memorandum was not genuine
or that the meaning put upon It was! abso
lute perjury. It would establish tlie fact
that Iterdell had mullclously and falsely
put a wrong meaning on entries. Tho
question was whether ba did not write
tbe memorandum himself for
the purpose of purchasing
his own liberty from the Government. The
defense wanted to go further and prove by
other who Kerdell said had received
moncv that it was false. Bliss characterizes
the offer as a side Issue, not calculated to
how whether Kurdoll told the truth.
Effeots of the Now ttohedale tho Iron
New York. March 14. The Journal:
"The Iron Interest are tenderly fostered
by our Govern ment. Protection Is needed
not for the benefit of ths wealthy manufac
turers, but for ths laks of the ' employes.
Congress adjourn, and its tender guard
ianship for labor bring forth Its Iruits,
The Trsnton Iron work reduce the wage of
their employe ten per cent. In Rocbllng'i
mill a deduction of Ilk amouut I made
from the drawer. , Th New
Jersey Sheet Iron Compsny reduce th
wge of the puddler fifty cent a ton,
which, added to a prior reduction, brings
down the rate from $4 60 a ton to $3 50, or
one-third the regular pay. The same story
Is told over the country, and It Is a story of
fraud and wrong. I'nder th
fals pretense of advancing tbe Interest of
labor the iron msmifaeturers are enriched
and use their power to grind down their
Rhods Uland Convention.
PKovitiKNCK,, R.'I., March 14. -Ths
Independent Stats Convention nonilnatod
Wm, Spraguo for governor without dis
sent. A committee of (even was appointed
to confer with any other organisations,
meaning th Deranorata, aa to making the
remainder of the Stats- tloket. The Demo
oratln Convention mests next Tuesday. No
prominent politicians wsrs in tbe Sprsgu
son veu tlsn.
PlTTSRURft, March 14. Th National
Association of shot manufacturer la In as
orst aosslon bars ta-daf. Patents are
prssent from Iw Ysrtt, Chloago, Baltl
Cor, rolUfalKto, Oflaate, aU Dsrsav
sjsait, Xa, . -. ...w,.-
The situation in ths river below Ticks
burg Is Improving. Nearly ill the princi
pal landings along ths river can still stand
Duiima rain storm near Clinton, Mo.,
on Tuesday afternoon, a young farmer
named H. iiry Spring wa struck by light
ning and Pistaiitly killed.
The Ice is rauldlv breaking up at Daven
port and Dubuque, owing to the mild
weather. I ho indications are mat in
river t those point will be olenr in few
The twelve-year-old daughter of H. A.
Dixon, a coal' miner living near Hlack
bum, Mo., was burned to death en Mon
day morning while preparing breakfast for
Father O'Malley, a well-known priett of
Oshkosh. Wi-.. published a card en Tuns
day pronouncing the marriage of Miss
MeCourt and Senator Tabor as null and
Eminett O'Neill, ths Schenectady, N.
Y., broker, who recently felled, has fled.
It Is believed he has gone to Europe. Th
total amount of his defalcations will foot
up not less than VJoO.OUO.
Planting operations around skipwith,
Miss., are progressing rapidly, owing to
the tin weather. The river at Helena,
Ark., is still declining at the rate of two
inches per ila , It Is declining steadily at
The Reformed ministers of the Lebanon
(isssls in session nt Reading. Pa., who
bare been Irving th broach nf promise case
nf Mi's Kllabeih K. Miller, against Rev.
Alex. S. Keyser, of PotUvIlle.un Tuesday,
decided ngafnst Keyier.
It Is rumored In political circles In Neva
da that l ulled States Senator Fair will re
sign on account of 111 health. Gov, Adams
will then resign, Lleutemtt-Governnr
Laughion will succeed him and appoint Ad
ams United states Senator.
Pol. L, S. Maryo, associate editor of the
l.lnchburg. Vs.. Anvanceand H. T. Hub
bard, a prominent lawyer of Richmond,
were about to engage In a duel of Lynch
burg on Tucd.iy, when Marve was arrett
ed. Hubbard was not found.
Two boy were arrested In Jersey City,
N. J., on' Monday, while thev were In the
act of buying ticket for Chicago. They
were eomlng west to annihilate Indians. They
hud five rpvolvcrs, two bowio-knlve, a
thousand rouudtln ammunition and (184 in
John S. Cox. one of the men implicated
in the $100, o bond robbery at St. Joe last
year, has turned State' evidence. He ac
cuses Crovvther, at that time cltv attorney,
and two men named Scott and Irvine with
being, with himself, the principal tn th
BenJ. Shackleford, who was In the county
Jail it fcpriii.rtiuhl, Mo., on account of
obtaining about $1,000 by false pretenses
from Jos. Martin, a farmer, was on Tues
day taken to Jefferson City to serve an
unexpired term lu the penitentiary, from
which he escaped in 187.
At the Chlc.igo stock yards on Tuesdav
Wm. and John MeQraw, Mike Croniii
and Martlu McElllgott, practiced with a
revolyerln an alley. At the ame time
John Welsh, watohman, was shot and
killed. The four men were arrested, and
tbe police believe It Is murder.
At Taylnrvllle, Illinois, on Tuesdav af
ternoon', the trial of Dr. W. H. Vermillion
charged with assisting In the assault on
Miss Emma Bond, was postponed, on
the application of the plaintiff until next
November. Miss Bond Is slowly
Hun Over by a Train.
Atlanta, Ga., Marob. 14. Last night
Col. John b. Chandler, of the Governor's
staff, In tttemptlug to jump from a railroad
tr.tln, was run over and both of his legs
were cut off and a severe wound Inflicted la
the head. It i thought he will dl.
Sav Francisco, Maroh U. Tb
Legislature adjourned last night da
MARCH 14, 18SS.
I ire. took-
HOOS Aotlve. and So higher; light
$0 80f7 40; mixed packing & 86di; 36;
heavy packing and shipping fT 46tt8.
CATTLE Ui ceits b,V50; active and
firm; lOo higher: exports $8 400 86; good
to choloe hippiim .' SUilWJ 88; oommonto
falrVSS 00; huu-her tfl 7S04 Mj stock
r $34 20; feeder $4(85.
CATTLE Export steer $6 256M: light
to heavy native steers fl 16(38 16: common
to medium native steer $4i6 fair to good
feeders H 2otf4 7; common to good stook
ers t4f4 60; common to ohoic native cows
and heifers W 7.YAI 76; soallawags fj 766
HMOS Light to rood Yorkors $7 36r
7 40; mixed to itood packing $7 Knal M ;
butchers to extra $7 407 76; skips and
culls MM 76.
slIEF.P Active and stoadr. Good to
fancy $." 26(a ;H; medium to fair
H '2fm 00; common ifcsrJM 50.
WIl EAT March 1 05H; April $1 OS', ;
May M Hi's; June ft 10 V; Julv fl W b. ;
CORN-MarchMI'aiari; April 6tt.ffl.-.7
Mav til t.7?61V; June 00?; July 81 's' b,;
OATS-AprlHO'. b.; May 43H! June
4:1 b.; July 4:". b.
ST. LOL'IS. ,
WHEAT Weaker, March $108 b.;
April tl 00 't; Mavtl 12 to 1 UH, closing
at$l l-2Srrt)Vt b. ; June $1 12; July $1 07
yearjl 04 X.
CORN-Eftsler. March 62b.; April
f3'. to 6!IH ; Mav M to bbHQH i June 60
OAi'S-Stcadv. March 4Jb.; April i'2H
b.; May 43 b.
WHEAT April M 20 V ; May Jl 23V;
June tl ti'i.
OATS-Aprll M'.: May6aVi Jn
Bl'TTKIJ-Creatnt'ry utSlrsna for sec
ends, to Xi'a 'tt I r choice) and fancy scire
tlons; choice a;nl lancy Dairy at 27t't'in;
poor to medium nominal at l:Vrf'Jft. North
ern Hull Me11.lv . liolco at 206321, off
grades range 111 i 7 n III. Near-by make
(lull-choice l.V.i Ml, niediuui liJdl'U, low
1'tH'LTRY-I.lvej Cocks $a 78, mixed
$3(fi:i23. lleiH i' SO J Turkeys lieu
ami siuall Gobblers fMoiia, large Gobbler
bWnlbi tieiise-Fi-alhrred .Wtd, as In
size: liuckcd almost unsulable: Duck
fn:i 60 for small Io medium sled, and
$; 7.VV4 for choice. DUKSSED Turkeys
fair sale at Hid but Chickens, Geese and
Ducks wanted live,
EUiS-To-ilay, receipt 1,000 pkgs.
Continuing on tlie dccl'uu; early sale
were at 12',, but buyers ivor out at over
Coiiniry markeis steady. No. 1 spring
ami red winter u beat off'cosst declined 6d.
(IiiimI mixed Amciienii corn off coast ds
cllneil ltd; No. 2 spring whsst and rod
winter v.iieat, London, to i arrlvs decllaed
Hd. Spot No. 2 spnnglOs nil; No. Jsprtur
Hsihl; Western winter. 6 Td. Jlixsd
Western corn dull and dsprssssd at fts
aud davrssssd at ft
1 ffpfr jyaf
lMtfsMrBVSaaM SFSPnT OTSseW
11 Md. Demand trn
ConUnant, dull Sad
no longer from Dyspp
&la, Indigestion, -want of
lack of Energy, Malaria.
Intermittent Fevers, &o.
BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS never fails to cure
all these diseases.
Boston, November tS, i88r.
Bsown Chimical Co.
Gentlemen : For years I have
been a great sufferer from Dyspepsia,
and could get no relief (having tried
everything which wat recommend
ed) until, acting on the advice of a
friend, who had been benefitted by
BsowN't Iron Bittem, 1 tried a
battle, with most surprising results.
Previout to talcing Bkown's IaoT
Bittsbs, everything I ate dlatretaecl
me, and I aunered greatly srom a
burning tensation In the stomach,
which wat unbearable. Sine tak
ing Bkown's Ibon birrsw, all any
troubles are at an end. Can aat any
time without any disagreeable re
sults. I am practically another
person. Mrs. W. J. Fltnn,
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
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 Druggist).
Brown Chemical Co.
See that all Iron Bitten are mad by
Brown Chemical Co., Baltimore, and
have crossed red lines and trade
mark on wrapper,
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
Bead and Circulate.
The Illinois Central II. It. Co.
Will sell anv of Its rem&hilug lands at oue dol
lar per acre loss than the present prices, from this
time until th ttrst day of October, Ittvi. Alter
that date the present prices will h restored. All
who dcstrv tn pnrcha-e thonld avail UiHmawlvea of
this liuersl offer at once. I. OAUOV,
K01 particulars inquire of
M. KASTKRDAY ft CO.,
Apts. for 1. C. It. K. Lands,
Shop on llaltlday Aveoae, between fourth and
SUth Streets, Cairo, lllluoi.
paT-All kluds ot light and heavy hlacksmlthlnc,
wagon aud carrlago work done In the most woik
manlike mauner. Horse-shoulnK a specialty ami
Mannfacturer and Dealer In
Sth Stretv, iMtvroen Contl At, and Leveo.
CHOKE BORING A SPJCCIALT1'
ALtElMOS Of AMCS1TION.
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