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No. 27 I 8Hi St
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IL . . .
A TALK WITH EGAN,
His Movements While in this
Ht Believes Parnell to be the Best
Taotition in England-General
NkwYork. .March 15 It wait a buiv
dny for 1'iitrick K;n, of Dublin, lata
'Tn.... -i -.. i i .. . .
iieonuiri ui nit Uonal iillU tFH)(Ue,
P. J. Shtiridan did not leave Mr. Kiritn'i
roomi it tliH firaud Cvatral Hotel until
o'clock in the inornliiK. So Mr. Egao bud
short niK'ht's- rest. At toon m be break
(aaUtd visitor began to flock in and
IfUcri snd teletrramt to arrive. Dl-
patchei wnre received from Boston,
Chicago, Buffalo, Cincinnati, St. Louli
and niuuv other placus, containlDg raes
gi' of wulcoiim and grueling. About
i.;ou c-naii aim nueriuan leu toe
botul and proceeded down Broadway
m far a l'aik place, where Mr.
Sbcrldan left bis companion at tbe Irish
World office. Mr. fci;an went oil down
town, where be waa )olucd by tome of bis
friends, but after toruu cbuitin and tbe
payment oi a lew cum, ne aiHo Dent hit
ttepa toward tbe Irlnh World office. In
that otliee there wan a coticomw of smiling
fuoea. There had been a Might tusplclon
thai Mr. Lan mk'ht arrive at the time be
did, but bis actuitl arrival wat like a boiub
thell to bN friends, who have not recover
ed their frraviiv vet. When Mr. Egan ar
rived in Now York lute on Monday night
the tirM tbinx he did, after registering at
the hotel, was to get a directory and find
tbe Iri.li World office, and Sir. Ford't
house. He theu proceeded to the
uttce, tad nut fiudinif Mr.
ford there at that late hour
be crossed over to Brooklyn and huuted ud
the editor, to Patrick Ford waa the first
lrnnmanln America to ibake hads with the
rreasurcron bit arrival In New York. Mr.
Etran remained during the night at Mr.
herd' bouse, not returiilnir to his hotel till
Tuesday afternoon. To a reporter Mr.
Kgan ch.i ted freely.
"It cannot interest anyone bow I came,"
be said, "I am here, having come
WITHOUT HA. II OK CO.VCEAl.MK.Vf.
I not that sufficient? And now.- that
Sheridan and I are here, 1 may add that
rarnen win tie Here presently. 1 tee ty
toe afternoon 'i paper that nit amend
ments to tiie land act tiae been defeated
on the second meeting, .and Parnell stated
to me that In the event of that happening
he would accept the Invitation to visit New
Tork and attend the convention of Iriah
toeetl! to be held at Philadelphia on the
20th of April. Sheridan and Ford and I
will also be at that convention. ' '
"What U your opinion of Mr. Parnell't
replv to Fornter't tpeecb?"
"It wu perfect. I have not read Fort-
iter's speech yet.
I WAS OX TRK OCEAN
when it wm made, and I have it in my
pocket now, Intending to read it at my
earliest opportunity. But you may de-
penu on it, no man in tngiana knowt now
to make an answer or to tiuke no answer
bow to speak upon occasion and bow upon
occasion to be silent, as well a Parnell
does, lie is the ablest tactician in Knirland.
He bas a knowledue of tbe rules emial to
Gladstone himself, and a complete master
of procedure. You mar inquire if be bat
had some experience lately In all these
" They say that hit party It not unani
mous?" You must understand that of the fifty
or !ty I loins rulers who are in the Brit
ish j'srllament, only twenty-five to thirty
are true men. Tbe rest are well known In
Ireland now, and at the next election
not one of them will be returned. The
twonty-five or thirty men who are left are
unitnimous m their aiinesion to l'arnell.
Tliftrit h'.K fiKiuc h.,n u anil, In li.i1t runl-i
... . - . i . . - j .... i. m . u mm laiin,,
atleatuuy practical split, and they look
up to him now and recognize bis great
(jiiauiio as ivaucr wim tue same nrarunett
as they have at tbe vary outset. ' '
' Do you approve of his vtlt to Ameri
"Certainly. I don't know who will
come with hunt perhaps be will comt
alone. Hut be will be a success here.
l'arnell full? It It Impossible."
THE RICKERT MURDER TRIAL.
Ttitimony as to the Intimacy Betwten
Rickert and Mrs. Wilun.
St. I.ocih, March 15. The trial of Ed
ward ltlckert for tbe killing of Mn. Salina
Wilson at Seventh and Chestnut streets,
November 24, 1S82. wai resumed In the
Criminal Court. The first witness called
for the State was Mr. Leon F. Wltzig, a
reporter ou the staff of the filnbe-Deinn-crat.
He testified that he had known the
defendant prior to the killing of Mrs. Wil
ton, and oneoccasion bad gone buggy rid
ing with ltlckert when be made certain
tatenicittH about hlsrolatloni with Mrs.
Wilson. Tbo defendant! attorney! ob
jocted to .the testimony being admitted.
Judge Junes stated tbe testimony was Im
portant to the State's case. It wat desired
to Introduce thlt testimony, which might
be followed up by proof to show why the
homicide was committed. Tbe defendant
boarded with deceased and tbe testimony
wat important If jealousy wat shown.
Judge Van Waggoner admitted the evidence
and the witness state that on one occasion
Klokert produced a photograph, which he
laid was Mrs. Wilson's, his landlady. He
laid she was hit friend, snd be hnd a "soft
map." Her husband, who lived in Den
ver, sent her $40 every month, and she
could always snare hltn mm nut of that.
The witness tald that ho remarked that it
wai curious that he, Klckert, could get
along without working, and Klckert replied
that he felt at home at the house. On cross
examination he said that Rickert was speak
ing In high ternu of Mn. Wilson, nnd did
not say that they had aver quarreled or that
he wat Jealoni of any other man. No
thread were mad during this Interview,
Hat Nutter waa called for tbe State and
swore that sne heard Rlrkert nnd Mr.
Wilson quarrelling la tbe kitchen, ltlckert
accused Mr. Wilson of going With,
other men, Sorgeant Hall, the last witness
for the state testified that he went to the
hntiso when Kloksrt wu arrested and heard
Mrs. Wilson lay that .tlckeit shot her.
Klckert asked h woman twice
If she sitld he had shot her, but the
wittiest heard ne reply. Th Slate rested
Its case hen.
Bnrtaii f Printing.
Washington, Mirth 15. It w under
itood Secretary Folgtr tendered the poil
tlon of Chief of the Bnreau of Engraving
and Printing to John M. Corning, Gen ova,
New York, at one time Bergeant-of-Arrai
of the Leirlslatur of Mew York, and that
he has accepted the appointment . Scei'f
tary Folgttr la reported better. HI Im
provement li iIUjm, however, and It Ii
feared hit recovery will b ilow, He took
cold Monday, and U now suffering from
Cimciv.vati, March 13. The Republican
Convention thlt afternoon nominated L,
L. Sadlnr for Mayor, on the teoond ballot,
Snd Judge Wortnlagton (or tht Superior
ourt, by aoalsUMtlM.
flAinP. ILLINOIS, FRIDAY
A New Telegraph CoenpMy.
Nkw York. March IS. The certifkat
of lnoorporatlou and articles of association
of the New York Mutual Telegrnpn com
pany have been filed In tbe County Clerk 't
olllce. The corporator's are Wilson God
frey, John Walker, William Vorke Atlee,
George L. . llicord and David B. Waters.
each of whom holdt 'MX) iharet of capital
lock, which ii now $260, DOO,
divided Into 1,000 thares. but which
tbe certificate of Incorporation
provides may ba increased at any time by
mo director oi tne company, by ana wun
,lio coii-eiii In writing of stockholders hold
ing aiitiov, n!iij tnree-iourtnt in amouni oi
the then niilial stock of the association.
Die xenei al route of tbe line or lines of
teli)gr:tih of the new company It to be
"iroin t lie mock i-xctmniftt ana otnerex-
chani-'eK in tiie cltr of New York, through
the .Male of Sew York, Pennsylvania,
Ohio, (ml. Mia and Illinois, and by way of
the cities nbove named and the citiea, towns
ana vlll:i';es lyiug between the tame."
The corporators of the company, with
Chan. ti. Hedge and Henry P. Joh'nea, are
to be its Uirucloin until the first annual
election, to b held on the last Tuesday of
Sew Tork Pre a Comment.
NkwYork, March 13. Tbe Herald
sa)s: , "Now that the doxense have put
urauyn tile stand tney cannot atop here
horsey ' evldndce will huve a more direct
bearing than Brady's on Ilerdell't testi
mony, and since liorsey's exhibition of
mental vigor and physicial strength hit in
flrmitv can no longer ba nleaduil as an r.
cuHe for bis not taking the witness stand."
I ne i riiiune says: "3lr. tifan cannot
expect that the explanation be gives of tbe
expenditures of th monev la going to sat
isfy tbe public. His only reply to Lady
r lorence uixie 's cnafB'e is tnat sne is tne
'inotitn-piece or Klcnarc 1'igott. hue na
denied tbia already, aud ber word is fully
as good as bis. But even without her de
nial his answer Is no answer at all. "
The Times, speaking of Governor
Sprague'i nomination, says: "There is
really no independent party in Jtnode is
land, but the Democrats, seeing how sue-
ccsafu,! eccentricity was in Maaachu-etti
last vear in the nomination of
Gen. Butler, have apparently decided to
make a sensational nomination by putting
up Mr. Sprague."
Jeffeksov, City, March 15. The high
license bill is still tbe subject of much
disousslon. When it is offured for signature
In tbe House Morau and McUlnnesa will
prottK, and tbe fatal defect in tbe engross
ment of tectlon fvU2 will then be pointed
out. The defeat of tbe Jones militia
bill In the House last nlktbt, while quit
discouraging, does not rendtr the cate
hopeless. It was only "beaten by a few
votes, and when tbe Senate $20,000 bill
comet in It has a good tbow Of passing. Tbt
best thing the House bas done was to past
the Senate bill to appropriate $100,000 for
the extension of tbe State University.
The Proposal to I.eaise tbe Wabnah.
New York," March 15. The proposed
leasing of the Wabash to tbe Missouri Pa
cific or Iron Mountain is creating tome
discussion here. Business men are sur
prised that Mr. Gould, who regards the
Southwestern system among tbe best rail
road properties In the United States,
should consent to tbe addition of lets re
munerative lines. It is said he is not sat
isfied with the management of the Wabash,
and looks to the nsw .nethod aa a way to
improve it. Russell Sage says the
scheme is likely to be carried out
WkJaky Firm' Trouble.
Cincinnati, March 13. The wholetale
Arm of Ptirmann & Pfan. baying failed to
meet two draft! of fo.000 each, placed
their affairs in tbe bands of Thomas O.
Smith and A. S. Winslow, trustees, and
ask an extension of time. The liabilities
are estimated at $4i5,000 , 60 per cent of
which is secured by wblsky stock. J.
Pfan, Jr., gold his 'interest in tbe firm
March 'Jd to Mr. Ptlrnian, who ts sole
manager of the firm . There I no appre
heiishn to tbe liabilities will be net ail met
and business be continued.
Baltimore, March 15. A fire Wed
nesdav night In the oustern limits of the
city in Baltimore county destroyed tbe
Phosphate Workt of Bowen A Co., with
contents, Including 1,000 tons of phosphate,
ten tons of sulphur and sixty tons of acid.
Tbe damage Is estimated at $1$0,000
on buildings, and machinery, and
$30,000 on stock. Partially insured.
Excitement In 8t. Joe,
St. Joseph, Mo.. March 15 The de
fense in the bond robbery case bas opeued.
It is understood that the Jury Is fixed to
that conviction It improbable. Tbe Her
ald says if this la true the disagreeing
furors will be lynched long before justice
it meted out to the robber.
New York, March 15. Nine convict In
Sing Sing prison struck Wednesday morn
ing. They compose one tem and were
making shoe aoles. W hen ordered to fall
into line, they quietly marohed to their
cells and were locked up, and took dark
New York, March 15. Mayor Edison
this morning united In marriage at the City
Hall Klsle McUenry Train, youngest son of
George Francis Train, to Miss Eliza Will
ing Brown, ttep-daughtor of the late
Charles It. Thorn, actor.
Hilled by Her Suitor.
Mankato, Mixn., March 15. At the
railroad depot Wednesday, Carl Winter,
of St. Paul, fatally shot his sweetheart,
Lizzie Levi, and then blew his brain
out, because her father opposed tbelr
Pop l.eo Aiding Prohibition.
London, March 13. Cardinal Manning
has obtained from the Pope a plenary In
dulgence for all Catholics who abstain from
saloon ban or from tasting liquor
during the remaining days of tbe Lenten
Mauonry City, Pa., March 15. John
Meeker, a Hungarian, wat killed by a fall
of coal at West Lehigh Colliery this morn
ing. His lamp exploded, and before his
body could be taken out It was burned to a
Cincinnati, O.. March 15. Two boyi
aged about sixteen, while crossing tbt
river, were carrlod by the wind aud cur
rent under a barge aud drowned . Names
unknown. The bodies wcro not recover-
Cincinnati, March 13. A fire this
morning damaged the hair factory of
Hardliner & Miller to the extent of $16,
boo; partly Insured. Also the Cincinnati
Spring Works; fully Insured,
A FmUI Powder i:lolon.
Willi K II ALL. N. Y., March 13. -John
Blnan, minor, thawing out powder at the
Lake Chitmplaln Or Company, Minora
ville, New York, this morning was Instant
PorUhtMl In I fie I'M me.
Hartford, Conn., March. 15. Th
house of (wo nialtUn ladles named Judson,
In East Hartford, burned this morning.
Both perished In the flame.
Grafton Station, O., March IB. The
ateatn flour mill of Mondur t Smith burned
yesterday. Loet, le,0 liuiu-iao
MORNING, MARCH 16, 1883.
THE STAR-ROUTE TRIAL.
Bndv gives Interesting Testimony en
'WaHIUVOTOW. March 15 The Criminal
Court room was well-lilled this morning
wneu uenerai urauy resumed hi tetti
roony. In the erott-exanlnatlon Bliss asked
how much salary wit net re
ceived In bit position as Inspector of Inter
nal Revenue. Un objection was made and
Bliss explained that he wanted to show that
witness Dad gone Into the postal service In
only moderate circumstances. Th court
refused to allow the Inquiry. Witness then
told how tbe eases of Increase and expedi
tion were inadu up during his administra
tion. A statement of revenue wat not
always shown by th packett. It the re
quest appeared reasonable he signed bis
nam's to the order.
"Do you mean to tav you did not coe
ilder the revenueJ" Inquired Bliss.
The witness said It depended altogether
on the clroumstances. When they were.
bu!!dtngup tb Msmrtce In the South and
restoring the broken down lervlca after th
war, small attention wa paid to the
revenue. It was not even considered
in every ease. In '77 the appropriations
were divided up between the railways star,
and steamboat service. Thlt was only
achieved after persistent efforts,
and was regarded a victory for
the star and steamboat service,
over tbe railroads. Bliss referred to wit
news' statement that be bad not always
available appropriations to carry out his
plans. Witness said that wu tbe case In
tbe Usual year '79-'SO.
When asked If he had considered the.
revenues, witness replied tuat waa poor
criterion of tbe value of the service, it
only showed sale of stamp and not the
amount of mail passing over the
route. Senator Saunder and Represen
tative Balentlne w anted service badly, and
that was the reason for granting it. He
could not tell what weight had been at
tached to the petition. Sir. Bliss Inquired
why expedition or increase had not been
allowed in every case. Witness answered
that possibly Representatives or Senators
were net all sufficiently In earnest.
Then again they had not means to grant all
Bliss "You distributed the plumt."
Tbe witness further explained that on
some days be was more liberally inclined
than on btbert. When he wu not In an
Bliss "That was imperative mood, was
Wlnest "It wat imperative In many
thlngt. Senator Teller and others bail
asked for an Increase and expeditions on
tbe White iti ver Rawlins route. Tbey ask
ed expedition because the fast tri-weekly
service was much better than tbe show ser
vice seven time a week and anybody can
see that without a mlseroscope," said tbo
Charges Against Hill The Haren Ceurt
Wakhinotow, March 16. Charges
against Supervising Architect Hill have
been filed at the Treasury department, and
are now in the bands of Secretary Folger.
Their nature it not yet mad public, but it
il said on good authority tbat tbey relate to
contract and expenditure for the new
government building at Philadelphia. This
matter Is said to be assuming a serious
ihape, and the charges recently filed tire
not In the nature of a repetition of old
It is rumored tbat Qen. Terry may be se
lected President of the ITazen court of in
quiry, with two Colonels from the staff bu
reau of tbe war department.
The President appointed A. W. Wyman
Mnlitnnt treasurer of tbe United States, to
be treasurer, vice James Glltlllan, whose
resignation has been accepted, to take effect
on the 1st rroi. Mr. Wyman will secure
his bond and qualify by that time. He wa
almost overwhelmed with congratulation
In the afternoon.
Pprinofirld. III., March 18. Tbe first
tpeclal order In the Senate wm the commit
tee bill in regard to roadt and brtdgi In
countiei under township organisation, to
repeal and act and part of act therein
named. Thli Ii one of th moit Important
bills yet considered, ult contemplates
manv almost radical changes In the exist
ing faws and bu ooonplea the attention of
the committee on Roads, Highways and
Bridges for week past. The bill, among
other things, declares that willow tree are
an enemy to dratn-tllling, fer tbe reason
that the root of the willow teak water,
while the root of othtr tree
shun water. Many Senator
teemed Ignorant of th fact and thought If
w illows were a nuisance ether trees mutt
necessarily be so. But the revelation of
scientific fact by one of th .grangtr ef
fectually silenced them. The bill it long,
containing eluhty-even lections, and nlno
sections additional. The consideration
wat by section, and tbret hour were con
sumed on the first eight sections, whon un
der the rules Senator Condor moved to re
consider tbe vote by which Merritt'i bill,
regulating the liabilities of Insurance com
panies, passed. The motion wai made the
special order for Tuesday morning. Rule
were suspended fer the purpose of consid
ering the House bill for appropriating $00,
000 for tbo sufferer at Shswneotown, wai
Uncertainty a to the Payment of Fen
ion. Wahiiinoton, March 15. Thore I an
uncertainty as to the the operations of the
Treasury Department during the bnlance
of the fiscal year, arising
chiefly from doubt at to what the
Pension Office will turn out. Should Com
missioner Dudloy settle at many cases at
he said ho Intended to there wouldbe $40,
00,000 pensioners to pay bttween now and
the wth day of June. Should
he send to the Treasury department
thli amount of pensions for pavmcnt
there could be no further call for 'bonds
during the present fiscal year. Should the
Commissioner of Pensioni not send up for
the amount he expected, there will be
probably not leu than 100,000,000 reduc
tion of receipt durlnif the
balance of th fiscal year, resulting
from changes In the Internal revenue laws.
The Commsslnoer of Penile in wa asked
whether the $10,000,000 which should ha
paid during th preaent month would be
sent forward. Tbe response was
that he did not know
whether they would ieid
tip any pension elalnaa to be paid thli
mouth, lie thought probably they would
tend up a number amounting to $0,000,000.
If thlt It the status of buslossi at th Pen
sion office, Treasury official do not be
lieve the Commissioner will be able to
send up the $10,000,000 worth during the
rest of the year, as he promised, beoaute
this would leave about Slf.OOO.OOO to be
settled during each month for April, May
and June. It dm been rumored that
Commissioner Dudley would not
be urged to hurry hi work much, poue
Secretary Folgr wm aatiou to bare
.enough ittrplus, after paying the May
oall of $15, 000,000 and aooountlng
for th deficit la Internal reve
nue receipt, to olot the foal year with
.be gold reserve at fully 40 per cjat f the
legal Under. At tbo sit 1m It to
MISS. LIVINGSTON'S TRIUMPH.
The Lady Gains Another Step in
New York, March 13. Some Urn age
Mis Mary Allco Almout Livingstone re
covered in the Brooklyn Circuit Court a
judgment for $75,000 agVnist Henry Flem
ing, the millionaire president of an Gil
lletlutng Company, for breach of promise
of marriage. The defendant made a
motion for a now trlnl upon the ground
of newly discovered eU lene... and argu
ment upon that motion w.i s-t fur lien ring
by Justice Pratt. Mr. DeWltr. In behalf
of Fleming, moved for an l,otirumtiit of
argument, upon the gruuud that Kx-Jndge
Tracy, senior counsel for the defendant,
was confined to his house bv rheumatism.
Mr. Sawyer, counsel for Miss Livingstone,
said he had no desire to
take advantage of tbe absence
of counsel, but be thought the plaintiff wu
entitled to have the judumoiit aim bad re
covered entered up, as the entry had been
.stayed by this oft -postponed uteUou. Mr.
JDewltt did net see whm good could re
mit from tbe entering of the Judgment,
as Mr. Fleming was now In Kurope for the
benefit of his health. Mr. Sawver thought
that Fleming's death abroad might embar
rass the collodion of the Judgment. Jus
tice Pratt said he dlri not know but that
counsel for tbo plaintiff was entitled to
some order. His honor remembered that
the late Martin KslblleUch defaulted a
$.M),000 breach of promise of marriage suit
by his death. The court therefore granted
an order for the entering of Judgment, and
for the $2,000 as an extra allowance for
counsel for Miss Livingston, and adjourn
ed the bearing of the motion for a new
Funeral of Prince Gort3chakoff. Hii
Pari, Maroh 15.t-Flfteen anarchltt
visited the office of the lntransigeaiit and
attempted to compel Henri Itoefiefort, tbe
editor, to insert a note lu the paper de
nouncing it report of tbe riot last Friday
as slanderous. Tim police have since
protected the ' premises, although
Kochafort declined their service when
have beeu found lu the house ofa man
named Pouget, who has been arrested. It
ti expected tbat information touching the
doings of the AnarohlsU more vital than
any Louise Michel could furnish will be
obtained from him. Tbe Government bas
resolved to expel, upon the completion of
their sentences, aH foreigners who were
convicted of implication In tbe riot hire.
Tbey are mostly Germans.
Baden Baden, Maroh 13. The funeral
ef tbe late Price Oortschakoff took plaoe
from the Russian Chapel here Wednesday.
The physician who attended Prince GorU-
chakoff states there wore enough grounds
for suspecting that the Prlnae had been
poisoned. The evidence of tbe Prince's
mistress and hti valet confirms the suspi
cion. In the will be made on his death-bed
the Prince requettt tbe authorities to sup
press any inquiry as to whether he hadbtsn
Dublin, March 15. The Catholic clergy
of the diocese of bwlneford, county Mayo,
passed a resolution In which they charge
the government with negleotlng' tbe dis
tressed people and condemn the remedies
offered, namely: Workhouse or emigra
Vienna, March 15. The Russian gov
ernment bas proposed to the other powers
lhat un International detective force be or
ganized to cope wljb tne Anarcbittt, Ni
hilists, Fenians, and Socialists. France.
Switzerland, and Austria hare acquletced
to t ie proposal.
Clarence Hlte, of Logan county, Ky.j
who was suutcnoed to twenty-five yean
Imprisonment as one of the Jesse Jame1
gang, :'ti 1 ; 'vs pardoned by Uov.Crit"
tenden a virl. ugn, died on Monday even
MARCH, 10, lfWS. '
HOOS-Market active and higher; Hght
$Jl Wia7 60: mixed packing fi tM7 45;
heavy packing and shipping $7 WHShj.
( A TTLK Brisk demand aud 10c higher;
evports $J LVWrJ 60; good to choice ship
ping $0 50; common to fair 4 50f5 40;
butcher $: t)04 85; stot kers $M 4"ri4 85.
CATTLE Light thlpplng $5l5ra5 75
heavy shipping steers $U at! 50; fair native
slock stock steers average 700 to NJ0 pounds
$:i fiU'oS; common to fair native cows $3 2,v
'a I 25; native steers and helfsrs t4 50ft4U0;
cows and cnlvei iWitHK
HOOS-Llght to choice Yorkers $7 35(3
7 45; mixed to good jiaeklng $7 36(97 60:
butchers to extra $7 007 75; ikipt and
culls $7oY 0 70.
SIIKEP Moderately active and iteady
nt range from $4 50ftM) 110 fer common to
f a ivy.
WHEAT March $IO0Wj ; April $1 07V
Mav $U2'rV: June $112raVS; July
$1 10 'i. year $108 W.
CORN-Miirch 67; April 57 'i ; May 02;
June ill S ; July 02 K .
UATS-Aprtl 41V; Mav 44V; June
Willi AT-Cloged$l on March, 1 11 H'
April. $1 13Vtfl 14 Mav, $1 IS'a June,
$1 os.lulv, $1 05 ' vear.
(()RN-53r4H March, 54 V April, 66?,
Mav, 67 June, oil 's' Julv.
OATS-4S March, 4!l'i April, 44V
WIIF.AT-Aprll ftaiV; May 133H;
in n $1 24.
(UltN-May 71 V.
OATS-May 7iis June 71V.
iH'TTER Oulel and weak, but qtmtanh
unchanged, with salts of Creainerv at '.Wrt'Ai
for second, to 3rVtf.'t5 for choice and fnicv se
lections; choice and finicy dairy at 'J.'r,j::oj
poor to medium nominal ai I2'rf2.'i. North
ern roll steady choice at 2Hj2I. off grade
ramfc at 17W111. Near by make slntv sale and
weak; choice 1.V4MI), medium i;Mil4, low
hows-Market lower at 12o, hut
sieailv at the decline, and telling
I'OCLTRY- Llve-Cocki $3 IWVaa 7ft
mixed MrM 25, according to thu nutitbei
of rock In a coop; hen $1 25 for small t
$:l 40f.1 60 for choice to fanny. Turkovi
--lien and small gobblers $UVfflJ, lam
Kobbler $U(a115; Uetwe FealqeredlSlfnO,
a In sine; Plucked almost unsalable
Mucks ts'lfffa 60 for mll to medium
sletl, and f 75(W4 for nholnc, Dressad
Turkcys ell fairly at lftrlHcj Chicken,
geese and ducks entirely uomlnal.
LIVE H POOL, ,
Country market iteady. Spot wheat
unlet, but strailyt Ne, ileprlngS ftdj No,
.1 spring hdj Weturn winter V 7d
Mixed western eern qujtt itdy at Be
U Sd. Demand from i . sited Llardosa
no longer from Dyspep
sia, Indigestion, want of
lack of Energy, Malaria,
Intermittent Fevers, Ac.
BROWN'S IRON BIT
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all these diseases.
Poston, Novembet a6, iBSi,
Gentlemen : For years I kavs
been a great sufferer from Dyspepsia,
and could get no relief (having tried
everything which was recommend
ed) until, acting on the advice of a
friend, who had been benefitted by
Ukown's Ihoh b: rrKs, 1 tried a
bottle, with most surprising results.
Previous to taking IJkown's Ison
Uittsks, everything I ate distressed
roe, and I suffered greatly from a
burning sensation in th stomach,
which was unbearable. Sine tak
ing Brown's Ikon Hittim, all my
troubles arc at an end. Can eat any
time without any disagreeable re
sults. 1 am practically another
person. Mr. W. J. Flvnn,
30 Maverick St., E, Iioston.
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 Drugglata.
Brown Chemical Co.
See that all Iron Bitters are mad by
Brown Chemical Co., Baltimore, and
have crossed red lines and trade
mark on wrapper.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
Kead and Circulate.
The Illinois Central R. R. Co.
Will sell any of Its remaining lands at one dol
lar per acre less than the preseut prices, from this
time until the first day of October, 18K4. Alter
that date the present prices will be restored. All
who desire to purchase should avail themselves of
this liberal otter at once. . DAOQY,
Fol particulars Inquire of
M. EASTERDAY A CO.,
Apts. for I. C. It. K. Lands,
AV AG ON-1NIAKE 11.
8 hop on Halliilay Avenue, between r'ourth and
ttlxth Streets, Cairn, Illinois.
tWAII kinds nt light aud heavy hlacksmlthlnit,
wagon and carrlago work tlono In the most woik
manlike manner. llurse-shoeliiK a specialty and
Manufacturer and Dealer ln-
(lib, "trssi, hstwesa Com'l Ave. and Levee.
CUOKJS BOIUNO A. BPECIALTV
ALL tUN 08 Of AMCNtTION.
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