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Whilt other Baking Powders art largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
tat been kept unchanged In all Its original
purity and strength. The best evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
it! u ing received the highest testimonf
als from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who hare analyzed it, fro
its introduction to the present time. Mo
other powders show so good results by the
true test the TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louia, Mo.,
luikHvin if Lapalla T Gaaaa, Itr. PrlM'i RMUi
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A Household Article fur L'ulveral
For Hcarlet and
Sore Throat, Nmall
J I'oi, Measles, and
all ContHgtou IMseitfte. I'erv,ni wailing in
the Sick ihuulj uae II freely Starlet I-ever tut
never been know n lo apreaij where the Hunt wat
ucd. Yelluw Kever hut been cured with it after
black vomit hud 1 14 Itr ii ilure. The worl
Ciiej of 1 iitithcf i J yield to it.
TrrtdmrKickIVr. ! iSMALL-I'OX
Mini rcfretheu and
ltrd Korea prevent
ed by bathing with
him i fluid
Impart) Air mule '
harmlfu and purified.
lor Sore Throat, it i a
A member of myfarn-
lly wji ukell with)
Small-u. 1 ued the
, fluid; Itic patient was
ml deliri nil, ai not
(jilted, and i about
the house again in three
weeks, an J no oilier
For Frosted Kent,
( haling, etc.
I had it. -J W. Panic.
! liON, Philadelphia.
hofl Whit Complex-;
Ion secured by na ua.
Whip l"eer pfevenled.
To purify the Itretath,
Cleanse the Teeth,
it can t be iurnaued.
Catarrh relieved aud
llurn.rebevedinaunt'.jr. ; p,Tlicjan, here
hear prerenied. UIe i).,rr,.., riul1 Kr.
I5','nt.;y IT"1- ! ucce.f.ily In the treat'
Wouud.healed rapidly. ! mti 0f D.phtheria.
Hcunrjr cured , i A. STnu.aNwr.iic::,
An Antidotefor Animal i Cireeiuboro, Ala.
or Vegetable Puiwru, .
Mingt,etc. ; eiier unea up.
I med the Fluid during
Cher purified aud
Id ease of Death It
ahuuld be used about
the corpse it will
prevent any unpleas
ourpreaent atHicti in with
Scarlet Kerer with de
cided advantage. It ii
indispenuhle I" the kick
room. Wm. Y. Sano
uu. Eyrie, Ala.
The eminent lhv.
, lcii.n,.I..M Altt'
I M.MS, St !., New
I York, .iv : "I am
! convinced I'n f Parby.
I Prophylactic Fluid it a
I valuable diainfectant."
Vanderbllt University, Nashville, Tenn.
I teatifv to the most excellent qiulilica of Prof
Dart yi Prophylactic Fluid. As a disinfectant and
determent it it both theoretically and practically
tupenor to any preparation with hirh I am at.,
(juainted. N. T. Luton, Prof. Chemiatiy.
Darhya l'lulil W Reromiiieiiili-d by
Hon. Alrxanuek H. Stphhfnh, of t:..rgia:
Rev. Cm as. F. btKMs, U.U., Church of th
Slrangtrj, N. V,;
los. LiC'intr, Columbia, Prof , Unlvertity.S.C.
Rev. A. J. Haiili, Prof, Mercer Cmvirtity;
kcv. (jmi. Y. PiHKta, liuhop M. Y.. Church.
IMHSrKNSAUM-: TO KVKKY 1HIMK.
Perfectly lunnkjv Uaed iniernally or
'caternally for M.in or lieal. .
The Fluid hat been tnoroiiclily teste!, and we
have abundant eviden e th.it ii has done everything
here claimed. Y r fuller Information get of your
L'ruijiii a pamphlet or tend to the proprietory
J. II. ZK1MN A CO., '
Mainifacturinh' Chrmialt, 1'IUl.AHF.i.PlilA.
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Phvfioiaa fnd Sui'coii.
Hine.ll tti!ntlnn paM tr th Hoinnnpiiliir trout
nt"nt of urica! Ulaeaiiua, and disc ao of worn in
oftlM: On Uth airimt, opp i'lio tba Tout Ollb e,
jrjll. J. E. 8TK0XQ,
128 Coininen'iiil Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOH, ELECTIt'lVAPOIt md MEUICATHU
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A lady In aUnmlKiirv.
jlt. W. 0. JOCb LYN,
OFFICK Klu'iith Htroet, nnr OomB arr.lal ATonuu
jyi R. W. WHITLOCK,
Orrioi No. 19(1 Commercial Avaane, liatxreao
Ce-''' and Ninth Htraota
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IRELAND'S WAR WHOOP.
A Sensational Document Said
to Have Been Posted
War Declared Against England
O'Donovan Hints at Great
Events Soon to Takt
Nkw Toku. Miiii-h ST. Mr. .Tcrftmltth
O'lHnrtviiii him ott.-n lilnt.Ml rl.-n-klv t
I rilt l' (lils ii(jll In In; hrlinl nf i II I rc
luild. All ilitv liU oilier aui tllli-d liv i l,h
lliftii. itnd Mr. ()' Diumvau lilinVlf nun
oloMel.id In thi- Inner npiiiliniMit tlin
gri-alcr part of ttm i.ty. Hi vUUmn wiTft
mil coiiiiiiiinlriillve a to whitt '"iiiilrafv
ai'klmt the Hritl-h (rnvi rtwrirnt they were
liati lilii. Tin: i'eKii-tei' did not mii i'eeil In
falhtnif nn audifturo with tha jfreal con
apirutor until late, hih! then ba w found
perilling a (tix'iiinenl which ha had jiiel
received from London, an follow:
"Whereaa Hie EhkIMi Ooveinujeiii hut
been for celltlirle tli nuird'Ti'Vs, Mliliein
and pei'xprutor of the people
of lii'Iund, mill an that Kovern
ment felonlonaly, iirilnwfuMy, tvlllfullv and
llh nmlai:e afo'rethoiiKllt tHipopeiii'd and
drove from their Somen a greul manv of the
people, thereby depriving them 'of the
inealiaof llvinjf, that they might heeonni the
yletlinn of fiunlne or helplens wanderer,
ami as their (rovrmmeiit latelv ahot down
men,-women and children In Ireland,
thereliy teiHptlnj. but In alu, to provoke
an unarmed peopla to npeu rebellion, that
they mi"bt he Mown from iho mouth of the
c.iiinon oi liinghtered lv thebayoneta of
their hlrein.'rarrB, and navy; therefore,
the Eiil!- overntnnnt N found K'l'ltv In
the even ol Hie elvlllzed world at a ine'relv
li)f:i!ii'd iiNtnation meiety, ll olijeet
helnj (he de'tructton of the livei and
property of the defen'ele-a people around
tli" world, but especially in Ireland.
Therefore, we, the membcra of the Holier
Kmtiiet Kpliuph AKodatlon, of Ireland, in
convention A'Mjinliled. hereby procbilm tlie
Irish Kepublle a a government of tho peo
ple, for thn people, and bv the people,
with perfect civil and religion lil.crtv and
eiulltr before the law, according to the
noble prinulplei of that (-rent bulwark nf
human freedom, our own beloved Kepub
lle of the I'nlted Mate of America. A the
KiiKliab Government mill continue
TO HUH AND MCllDKK
tha peopla of Ireland, we hereby declare
war hyitiiiot thut plrat power in the name
of thu Irish Hepul llu and liberty. c are
Srinly determined lu uaa every mean in
our power for the overthrow bftbat(ov
ernment ill Ireland by the most powerful
mean and the arvataHi liberating agent of
the tourcea of civilization.
"Our boaom we'll bare for the glorious
Aud our oath we'll record on high,
To prevail In the oauae that i dentvrthan
Or cruahed In the ruin to die.
Then rle, fallow-countrvincu, stretch
the right hand
And awear to prevail for our dear native
' ' iur battle In not ajjaltmt the people, but
agaliHt the LnlUli uoverniuent, anil we
call upon those deairin to enlist in thi
irlorlou trupglefor liberty to communicate
with O'honovan (Honita). to whom the
Kui;llh may apply If they wlah to make an
unconditional mirretider. We new offer to
the Kngliihalroverumeiit their choice of two
thing, the destruction of the British Em
plre or the lndepund.nce of Ireland. If
thev refue to comply the war mut go on,
and thn destruction of all the life and prop
erty that miit follow be upon lh guiltv
head ofthe Hrltishtiovernment. Down with
the corrupt and laving Hrltih Kmplre, l'p
with the Republic of England, Ireland, aud
AWAY WITH TH R Jt
poverty and aristocracy. God ave the pen
jile. Issued thi I'th Jay of March, ISKt.
lly order of the enptain cinuniandlng the
"Where doei this coiie from?" asked
"From London," replied Mr. O'Dono
van. "It was poated all over the cltv. hut
the Government prevented all information
of It from being cabled to thi country. It
mean buslne, and bad business for the
Hrltih Government. If I were to tell you
tho name of the man w ho wrote It vou
would ba startled." To all inuirlc a to
the menus ami retources of the new IrUh
Itopubllc, and how the war would be pros
ecuted. Mr. O'Donovau refused to return
any atuwer except to bid the reporter wait
LADY FLORENCE DIXIE.
Her Scathing Antwer to Patrick Egan'i
KewYohk, March 27. The followlm
letter, addremed to the editor of the New
York Timet, Is prluted to-dav: "Thea
aertlon circulated In America by Mr. fiber!
dan and Mr. Kgan that I am the mouth
piece aud the tool of Mr. l'lggot, who In
cite me to attack tht Land League, are aa
falsa aa tho. men are false, who make thorn.
I beg to say that I am the mouthpiece and
tool of no one; that I am not aeiuialuted
with Mr. l'lggot, have nevor aeen him In
my life and know nothing of him. Long
ere 1 heard Mr. l'lggot mentioned I at
tacked tho Land League, eapeclally the ex
penditure of lit funds, because 1 felt that
in that expenditure lay hidden a aecret
which, If once unraveled, would lay hare
a picture of crime, outrage, murder and
twlndliug unparalleled In the annul of
time, and it would open the eye of all
honeit men who had hitherto believed In
in honesty of purpose to
the hideout reality of
what thn Land League really was. Incited
bv no ono, but of my own accord. 1 at
tacked the rood of tht tvil with what sue.
c s I will leave it to the public to Judce,
Mr. Egan declare my oharget to he false.
I reply, lot blm prove thorn to. He b.t
ample opportunity to give a state
ment of the expenditure of the Land
League funds, and by to doing can prove
in v charges to be falit or true. I assert
them to ue true, and support the assertion
by hard, sober faota from the Land I.cugun
Itself. Let Mr. Egan understand that it
requires something more than his baro in
sertion that my charges are false fiui this
to be accepted. Mr. Patrick Egan'a word
In of no Importance or value even to hi
aupportors. unltis ha can substantiate it.
No one baliavet him. and until he has
proved beyond doubt that my ohargca at e
false, ht is nolther oltared nor exonerated
from what I havt laid against him regard
ing the expenditure ot the Land League
Gloom LA fcrftM wood.
Braidwood, III. a Maroh 27. Another
fall of the roof of the teal mine took place
In the Diamond efij tilt morning, and
It It now doubtful tJitthBr any more of the
oorpies oan be reteywad until to-morrow.
Home of theraart boned under score of
stone. Buslneat It tall entirely suspended
aud will be tuiythdtd until the work el
CAIRO.;' ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 28.
Dortej oti tkva Wltneaa Mtaatd.
Washinotok, Mtroh 27. Ingcrsoll con
tinued hi examination of Dorsey In the
Star Route trial, lie wa asked if ha knew
whether he had drawn any oheuk for i'.m)
upon MldUleton A Co- in June, 187'.'. as
described by Harden, lie tald he hud not
arawn a oheok for that amount, but did
draw a oheuk for 17.601 upon June 27 oi i".
It wa given to Harden. (The check - was
shown and Identified). Witness did not
straw money on cheeks.,
The Court did not believe thil wat the
ohm referred to by Enrdell. 3
Ingeraoll argued that it wat the check
aud declared iterdell had forgotten the
amount and the fact that ha endorsed It and
drew the money. He proposed accounting
far every check drawn V Dorsey on Mld
dletou'a bank, lie atktd leave to read the
el k lo the Jury.
Merrick maintained it waa not the check
referred Uj. Iugertoll bad called Kerdell a
pillar of the proseoutlon. That was not so.
If all thla testimony were blotted out there
would remain enough evidence to tnak
out thn cave.
Ingersoll promised to produce very
check and account for every dollar.
Let the prosecution eonsult with their
witness (Herdell) who was assisting them.
'1 ben let them rusoolfy a particular check
and he would trace the money.
Mr. Merrick Why did you not produce
the stub books!"'
Mr. Ingeraoll You may get more stub
than you want,
Afier argument the court refused to al
low the check to be put In evidence.
Wilson moved to strike out, o far as
Brady waa concerned, all th it Rerdcll had
said about Dorsey drawing money from
Mlddleton's baak, being at the Citizen'
bank and going to Brady 't room.
'I ho court refused to entertain this until
all the ohecks had beon offered. The ex
amination was then resumed. .Thewitnc
s:ud while it was possible he had gone with
Herdell on June 27 to draw money from
.Middleton's hp did not believe he had. He
did not go to the poatofflee and into Bradv's
room a described by Kerdell. He did not
pay any money to Bradv on that or any oth
er occasion. He did not draw a check on
Mlddleton A Co., forW.MOin June. In
geraoll asked if any of them added togeth
er would agk-revate that amount.
Witness taid be could not ay, and could
nly repeat what hit olerks told htm after
careful examination, The checks were
probably for four or five days in June.
Kerdell bad access to witness' check-book.
Incersoll referred to Rordell's statement of
the contents of the letter from Dorse v to
Hosier, inviting Boater to assu.uo an'in
terest in the business, setting out a finan
cial state of business and inoluding the a--court
of Indebtedness to "T. J. 15. " Wit
ness uld there waa not a grain of truth in
the story. He had never written such a
letter to anybody in the
world and never said that anything
was to be paid to "T. J. B." or any l'ost
An Interview With Sheridan.
Xkw Yon:. Maroh 27. In reference to
the cable dispatches declaring that "Xo.
l't" nauio U Tyner, aud that he is In New
York, Mr. John J. Breslln, one ofthe sklr
mishiiuc fund trustees, said: "1 have
never heard of Mr. Tyner, before, I know
of no person of that tiame in this country
who could even remotely be connected with
the 'Invinclbles.' and I have never heard
of any ono In Ireland or England. I think
the government is on a verr wrong scent. '
Mr. 1 J. Sheridan tald when he was
shown the dispateh: "I never heard
Mr. Tyner'a name before. of
course. I know nothing of
the 'Invincible' ora-auhtetion. I can
only say the name of Tyner baa never be
fore been publicly mentioned in connection
with it. o far as 1 know no such person
ha escaped to thla eouulry at "No. 1.' I
consider the Freeman' Journal very poor
authority on such matteri." The state
ment that Mr. Lovell had to be guarded by
police against Irish attaoki he believed to
be utterly false, and oireulated only for thn
purpose of alienating American tvmpathv
from Ireland. "Jllnister Lovell could
walk alone from one end of Ireland to the
other, and no one would lav a hand on
him," he said.
JHra. OroQtrer Working-Thing Lively,
Lakaykttk, Ind , March 27. More
than 2'iu witnesses have been examined ami
more than a hundred are yet to be exam
ined in Mrs. Helen M. Gouger's slander
suit against Chief-of-Pollee Harry Maud
ler. The cae will probably last for some
weeks yet, as new testimony is Introduced
dally. The interest manifested In the trial
by o'ur citizens was augmented, on Satur
day last, by the aoeii.utious contained
In Mrs, Gougar's newspaper.
!h cuts and slashes at a fear
ful rate, and Is especially severe upon the
newapaper men. The perjury thut has
been committed in court, aud the bitter
ness manifested by the attorneys, have
made Lafayette a 'veritable "hell on the
Wabaah. " It I a remarkable fact that all
legal busluess lu the countv has been at a
standstill since this trtaf was begun.
Growling i' heard among the farmers of
the county at the length and cost of tin
trial, and already threats have been made
of rising in their'mtght, aud going Into the
oourt-room to clean it out, lawyers, Jury
and all concerned.
A Mckle Glider Arreited.'
N'asHvim.f, Tknx.. M;freb 27. Late
Mondny night W. C. Woodward was ar
rested n a telegram from Chief of Police
Campbell, of St. Louis, saving that Wood-
ward was wuiiteu ny me federal autliori- i
tics on a charge of passing glided nickels
for Jo gold pieces. Whilst being conveyed
to tall, Woodward knocked down the two
follcenien having him In custody and ran.
lo was tired at bv one of the policemen and
caught at the end ofthe block ny two other
policemen who were attracted by the re
ports of the pistol. The St. Louis au
thorities were notified of the arrest. and re
plied that they would send a requisition for
the prisoner. Woodward Is a newspaper
reporter, formerly employed on St. Louis
papers, and a fow weeks ago employed in a
(tmllar capacity in this city.
Montrkai.,, March 27. Lord Munn,
the largest shippers here of western pro
duce to Great Britain, have assigned. The
liabilities are at least a quarter of a million
dollar. They expect to make a good show
ing. The embarrassment has ariseu from
a delay in getting forward goods to mart
time ports, especially Newfoundland and
Quebec, Malsoo's bank are Interested,
but both say they are secured for discounts
to the firm.
San Fhanci.hco, March 'J.I. 1'oit
land dispatch savs there are rumor of an
outbreak ofthe i'miitllla Indians. One re
port Is that four hundred left the lvvrva
tion and refuse to return. Another is that
they have gathered at the river for tho an
nual salmon tlshlng. .specials report that
members aro crossing the Columbia, into
Washington. The object Is unknown, 'o
hostilities thut far.
Nashviixk, Tk.nn'm March 27. Tho bll1
to pay In full the Tennessee bonds amount
ing to ;K),000 hold by the lVabody Insti
tute of Baltimore, fulled to pass the I louse
of HepresentHtlves for want of a constitu
Tho Union 'lnt llotieo Humeri.
CntCAOO, March 27. Tho Union Club
house, ono of tho finest structures of tho
kind in tho country, Just approaching com
pletion, was partially burned early this
morning. Loss, $2ft,000; lnsurancs, $00,
000. Mttow In Queber.
OtiEBicc, March 27. There are front ten
to fifteen feet of mow lu many of tho hack
street lu thlt olty. It la feared that when
thaw t ju lu the flood will cause ((real
dtnuge t preytrtf .
THE LIVINGSTON SUIT.
Fleming Net Worth $75,000 A
Question of Moralit; In the
Knw York, Maroh 27. On t motion for
a new irUI lu the suit of Mary Alice Al
monl Livingstone against llenrv Fleming,
President of the Central Uetinlng Com
pany, In which plaintiff recovered averdlei
for 7o,000 damage for betrayal under
promise of marriage, the defandanl'
counsel handed up the affidavit of Archi
bald Cornelius. Cornelius accuse her of
Immorality wltli himself while he wa
coachman for br mother. The letters
alleged to have been written by her to
CorneliuH have already been printed. Affi
davits were presented from Tlloma Flem
ing, the defendant's father, and from
Henry Fleming, the defendant, averrluif
that he wa not worth more than V14,0m).
and instead of being a millionaire he had
only J100, Out) in expectancy, which would
not be vested in him until the death of h a
father. The counsel said that one verdict
w hlch stripped a man of everything that he
had and rendered him subject to imprison
ment in the common Jail wa excessive.
The law did not, a a general thing, per
mit a recovery between Joinl
wrong-doers, for the plaintiff inut be vis
ited with some share of the culpability.
The supreme duly laid upon
a woman 1 that the must preserve
antiquity or her chaiuctkr,
and If she doet not do this, no matter how
great the inducement, sh stands some
what in the wrong. If Mi Llvlngtone
got one-third of the defendant's estat.-.
all that a wife's dower would lie,
she would get a sufficient verdict, ami
standing as a wrong-doer herself, such an
excessive verdict aa that of $75, 00 in her
case waa not likely to preserve either the
purity or Integrity of woman. Mr. Saw
yer, for Miss Livingstone, instated that Hie
verdict was large at it wat because the
proof satisfied the Jury that Henry FIouiIhb
nut only guilty of betraying the plaintiff
under promise to marry her, but
that ht bad tried to brtak down her
ease by accusing her ef being
woman of tht pavement. The utter failure
of defendant to sust-iln thit assault bad
added to the damages. Over thirty
affidavits wtra presented by the plaintiff's
ountl in refutation of the charge nf
Archibald Cornellut. They set forth that
Adolph Anderson, who it alleged, hunted
out Cornellut fer Fleming, convicted of
burglary, and has beta Cornelius' room
mate. Mn. Bedden, on eld servant,
tar ;art that there watne impropriety In Mis
Livingstone's oondaot when with the
coachman. When ht drovt her, she alwavs
occupied the body of flu vthlclt. An atli
davlt wat submitted trem Mitt Livingstone
denying that the ever wrote to Cornelius
the lettera that he tarnlthtd the defense. o
that she ever permitted any improper ad
vance. Her counsel asked that in fix
eve the court felt leun to reduce the
verdict, the plaintiff thould have the privi
lege of signifying whether the would accept
the reduced verdl t or take a new trial.
CABLEGRAMS FROM THE OLD
London, Maroh JT. Thomas Power
O'Connor, member of Parliament for Gal
way, delivered an adireti In Leeds Moud.ty
night. He had previously been challenged
by the Leeds Mercury to lay whether he
had received any of the funds of the Land
League, and whether be was willing to
have the Ltagut aoooUntl audited. O'Con
nor, However, tailed to n
notice the question
in nit speecn.
London, Mareh 27. Bullion withdrawn
from tho Hank of England on balance to
. BULLION POVINO.
London, Maroh ST. About a hundred
thousand pounds of bullion, withdrawn
from the Bank of Etujland to-day, 1 for
shipment to New York.
Bui. fait, Maroh 27. Tht Jury have
rendered a verdiot of guilty in the case of
the six member of the Armagh Assassina
tion Society, who .were plaoed on trial hero
yesterday. Counsel for toe defense mainly
tried to Impeach the evidenoe given bv nn
Informer named Duffv. He argued' thai
the Crown doubted lis own cate,beeaue it
had failed to tecurt the
Indictment of the men
who, according to the evidenoe offered bv
the Brown, were itfonglr Implicated in the
crimes charged agalpst tne prisoner. The
counselor for the Crfcwn lu reply stronglv
asserted the oompllotty ofthe Land Leir u'e
In the projected fiiurler of Land id
Brooke through Boyle, wno was then the
treasurer of the loflal leogutt.
Odessa, Maroh ST. A Socialistic mani
festo it in circulation In the Southern part
of Russia, inviting the people to avail
theniselvel of the eqmjhg fttee on the oc
casion of the coronation Of the Czar to pil
lage the house of tht noblet and Jews. A
deputation of nohlet have gone to St. Pe
tersburg to ask Count Faltto . Minister of
the Interior, to provide for the protection
of their property.
Brkmn, Mtroh S7.-The ttatement
of the Imperial Bank ef tptolt It 2,4;i ,ihm)
Berlin, Maroh JT. Emperor Wil
liam hat completely ' recovered hit
Cincinnati, Maroh 7. Whiskey de
clined two-cents to-day by order of th
mausger ef the whltkfty pool. The action
wus accompanied by the rumor of a dfs
solution of the pool, hut President Miller,
says there It no cause for trouble, that the
pool is as strong now as ever, that the
disastrous failures whleh have occurred nf
lute, together with the demoralization In
Kentucky, make the existence of the pool
more important than ever. It
is the only safety
of th? business. He attribute! the decline
loafnlt inoorn,and lays he ba thought
JIUtoo high for tome time. The pool
only extend to the prloe of high business,
leaving spirits and other goods subject to
such fluctuations at manufacturer! choose
A Dreadful Deoa.
Ciiicaoo, Maroh 27. A Battle Creek
Mich., special says a man named Johnson,
living near Johnstown, suspected III hired
man, Fry, of undue intimacy with the
fnl'IIU'r'a Wlfo. H'lllrilnir IVu .Inns In
dense wood, he
.... .... a ....... - a it f.itr,,o n
him and succeeded In securely pinioning
uliu to a treo. After mutllatotlng him hi
assailant left Fry aud the latter wat dis
covered by a tearoh ptrty two davs
afterward unconsolout and hit limbs badly
frozen, but be may recover. Johnson and
his wife fled.
Montrkal. March 97. W. A. Dm
marteautfc Co., wholesale grocer, wine
liquor and cigar merekante, were assigned
to the banks fTationale aodDu Pele. Lla-illltlot.tl(X,000,-HW,WlO
000 indirect. The octets are unknown, C.
Desmartenu t Co., wnoleiale groceri and
dealers In wlnee and liquor, have alto tin
Jjendtd. lieoilitiee, fi.WO noeeu, pi,-
NEWS NOTES. -
John Tlckett, a respectable farmer of La
fayette county, Mo., committed tululde
by hanging oil Monday. 'o cause it at
tlgned. A heavy snow fell at different Ipolntt lu
North Carolina on Sunday and Monday. In
tome places It la three feet deep. At Kit
trell'a houses full under the weight of the
Three earthquake shocks, aceomiianled
by rumbling, were felt at lliauca ilia, a
town on the declUily of Mount .Etna, on
Monday, There It a great paulo among
John McCulloiibh, the tragedian, ap
peared at the .National Theater In Wash
ington, 1). (',, on Monday night fur I lie
first time since hi lucent illuua in Cleve
land, a Virgluiu.
James X, Hough, a fanner, wa arrested
In Indianapolis on .Monday, on iupiclou
ef being the hiurdwrur uf the
Foreman women mother and daugh
ter at Traders' tfoint, lnd., two wocks
Catherine McCauu, a Cblropec, Ma.,
boardlng-nouM, keeper, ha sued Father
P. Healy, of that pi we. for $1U.UOO lor li
bel. The priest denounced her place ome
time time ago, ami, she claims, ruined her
George H . Argu. a farmer llvkg twelve
mile from Marysvidc, tj., was- arrested on
Monday charged with thn inuider of his
alster-in-law, Miss Nancy Itmio. Argo'
wife whs Miss l.'.iwe's heire.s, and the mur
der ivas commuted lu o.der that she in.'tht
comn Into i he property.
Prof. Donald McLean, of the Michigan
ftata I'liive.-sii v , has sued James K.
Seppps, prinelrcil proprietor of the Je.
rolt Evening nv, f..r tV'.O! for thn
pub I iirolu ire ii a fa i id'an pti..r an arti
e e as-ertln.. tn.1t ttw t'i'.if"or coniniitted
adultery ith a female patient from YINon
A peddler r;i!!hiL' himself B, f. Kl-gs.
ofthe St , Joe lead mines, was stopped
three miles n:ir:h of l-'rcdi-ickton, Mo.; on
Monday, by two men, who, wit ii cocked
revolver compelled him to stand up and
hold up hi hinds; while one of the men
kept him covered the other went through
him, taking no.
The Voiillittil .Murderers.
ST. LnrM, M uch a;. The. ci-.es of Hu.
sell Hrown and Patrick M'-(lew were un
expectedly disposed of to-dav. When the
Criminal 'Court met Acllng-Cireuti At
torney Jones arose and made a statement in
I he court concerning ihci a-e under con
sideration. Judge Van Waggoner then said that by
his action of Monday he Intended no rerlee'
tion upon the Circuit Attorney, but that he
was satisfied, on deliberation, that he bad
a more limited and stringent
view of the law than wa warranted
by the decisions of the St preine Court and
the fact of the case ami that since the ( ir
cult attorney, after a eai-efn examination
ofthe matter was willing to assume the re
sponsibility he would yield to his judgment
and accept the plea nf 'guilty.
The counsel for the defendants then en
tered the plea of guilty, and on Circuit
Attorney Jones stating "thai a sentence of
ten years In the penlte,t!iii v would be suf
ficient punishment the court imposed that
sentence with the cost of prosecution on
Hrown and McGk-w. After the
seutence had been imposed (.'apt. Hrowu,
the fat her of Hu .ell, burst Into tear und a
very affecting s-.-ue ciiMmii between father
and son. i Nurmllc lin n made a
ttatement ot 'lie case on behalf of the de
fense, in which he declared that the
prisoners were In no wise criminally
responsible for the death of the
enfeebled old grandmother of ono of them,
as there bad been no Intent to kill, and that
Husseli Hi own was the pitiable victim nf a
hereditary dipsomania which he could no
more control than ho could arrest the
infection wel.bted winds, but a desire
to shield the unfortunate members of his
family hail as much hi mated the defense as
any other consideration in entering the plea
of guilty. The prisoners wore then trans
ferred to the Jail to await removal to Jeffer
A Thremened fctrlke,
Bi.oomixoton, III., March 27.
A meeting of a thousand Knights - of
Labor was held last night to irsiet
on the reiiintatemeut of seven employee of
The Chle.'i'roand Alton HallroaU discharg
ed for jh ' ' '. i 'or an Increase of pay.
The apcaUcis uil-mI all emplyet to quit uti
les! reinstatement was made.
MARCH 27, '1833.
HOGS Active, firm and ftc higher; light
16 M: mixed packing & l)fa)7 40;
heavy packing and shipping 7 M68.
CATTLE Quiet and lUc lowor; export
$6 40(37 13; good to choice shipping )Wd
40: common to medium fcVatt; butcheri
2 70; ttockert and feeders ft 10r6 IV
CATTLE Export steors $fl WM AO;
light to heavy native steers $ft 2.Va6 16;
common to medium native steers Wtib;
fair to good feeder $4 2AW "ft; common to
good ttorkers Wa' Wi common to choice
native row aud heifer $U 7.V34 75; soala
wags 2 7.MM 2i.
SHEEP Steady. Good to fancy W 2.
G3U; medium to fair H 2r.'; conimon $i
HOGS -Light to good Yorkers 7 2.V
7 40; Buffalo weights aud heavy shippers
t7 4iu; ''''! bulchers to extra "t7 ftii'oti 70;
sklpsuud cull f(l fortti 7i.
1 Kansas city,
:A1TLE .Market steady at yesterday't
HOGS Market Irregular at about S centt
lower; car lots being sorted closer: top
17 20; bulk $7 10; range 7f87 20.
WHEAT Mtruh $1 t)8H' b.; April
!l 04 H; May $1 09 V; June $1 10 H ; July
I 10: yearil 08V.
CORN-March BUf: April 61V; Mav
58 S; June 07f(tV b; July b$; Au
gust M b.
OATS-April 9Hb. May iVi June
42V; July 41V.
WHEAT-rirmatflia March, $1 oov
April, $1 12V May. TlB June, f 1 (W,
Julv. $l OevOK rear.
CtJItN'-HUher atatV March, April 47V
61 V May, BS Jwe. MM July.
OATS-Higher, fkkH, May.
WHEAT-MayflMi June MV.
CORN May etMf Jine MV.
OAT8 May II.
BU'lER-Creameif mainly at 20.10,
tecondi at bett Dairy rates. Choloodatry at
26, occasionally lJe more for gilt-edge
fkg: medium and low fradei nominal at
mv.. Northern toll-choice at 1 Sftr 111 i
medium lBffilS. Keor-oy make choice t.Vrt
16. medium 1M14, and low grade 10fal2.
KFQS Weak at yetterday'i reduced
price lo. (ieose egf eaey at 40,
nPOULTRY-Llvelfiktini-Cock $.'1 2A
rati no; mixed p TSttt4 Mem H 2f4 B0.
Turktys Hint and gobbler ftl4
lit largef g obblen Uneae nomi
nal at $;ie. Duoka email BfVrfS SB, me
dium as boon Tt, Urge fat j-Ua4Xt.
Dretttd Turkey ready tale,, at weather
L BAD Dull, kelned offered freely at
4 9B, andeoiAMkokedtllt IV, but we
is given by using Brown's
Iron Bitters. In the
Winter it strengthens and
warms the system; in the
Spring it enriches the blood
and conquers disease; in the
Summer it gives tone to the
nerves and digestive organs;
in the Fall it enables the
system to stand the shock
of sudden changes.
In no way can disease be
so surely prevented as by
keeping the system in per
fect condition. Brown's
Iron Bitters ensures per
fect health through the
changing seasons, it disarms
the danger from impure
water and miasmatic air,
and it prevents Consump
tion, Kidney and Liver Dis
H, S. Berlin, Esq., of the
well-known firm of II. S.
Berlin & Co., Attorneys, Le
Droit Building, Washing
ton, D. C, writes, Dec. 5 th,
Ctntlemen: I take pleas
ure in stating that I have used
Brown's Iron Hitters for ma
laria and nervous troubles,
caused by overwork, with
Beware of imitations.
Ask for Brown's Iron Bit
ters, and insist on having
it. Don't be imposed on
with something recom
mended as "just as good."
The genuine is made only
by the Brown Chemical Co.
Bead and Circulate.
The Illinois Central It. It. Co.
Will sell any of Its runiaiulng lands at one dol
lar per iicru less than Uiu prusunt price, from this
time until tint first ily of October, lt. Alter
t hsl dale thn pru.mit. pri will hu restored. All
win ilawlrs in purulM.-e stioald avail thcnsUA ol
this ilbcrul tiller at once. P. DAUUY,
F01 particular iiiiitilre of
M. nASTERDAV ACO..
Agin, for I. U. U. It. f.a.id,
B I-i AClvSlN t ITH
W AG ON-IAKE R.
Khup 00 Ha'llday Aveiinn, between r"nirth and
81-tli strtut, Cairo, llllnolt.
VAII Mud ct light and heavy hluoksmllhlng,
tvngtui ami carriage work dune lathe raortwoik
auuillku manner. II irsu shoelug a apecialtr aad
M mi fact 11 re r nd Doalor in
8th Street, between llom'l A. and Lew.
CIIOKB RORINO A 8PKCIALTV
Btftt Bellied. All Hind ol Kelt Had. ,
hsw ft r
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