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I Diphtheria, KaU-
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Scarlet Fever with de
cided advantage. It ri
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room. Wm. f. Sam i).
rou, Eyrie, Ala.
Tetter dried up.
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the corpse it will
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I M.Ms, M. U., isew
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, Prophylactic Fluid is a
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tanderbiit University, Naslivllle, Tenn.
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Parl.yt Prophylactic Fluid. As a disinfectant and
detergent It is bolh theoretically and practically
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quainUd.-.Y I. UnoN, Prof. Chemistry.
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Strangers, V Y.;
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Manuf..ctunn Chemists, I'HILADEU'HU
EORGE II. LEACH, M. U.
Physician and Surgeon.
Special sltoutlon paid to th Homeopathic irrtt
mi nt of suriflcal dimasen, and dmranos of womeu
Ufflce: On Mia street, opposite thu Post O.fl'-e,
K. J. E. STRONG,
128 Commercial Ave., Cairo, III.
VAPOlt, ELECTRO-VAPOR An MKUICATKU
A lady In attcudauco.
JU. W. C. JOCFLYN,
OFFICK Bigbtk Street, near Comt ere:'. Aror oo
tt. E W. WHITLOCK,
Ornci No. 188 Commercial Avenne, hntwieo
jCrrt'i and Nli-th 8trMi
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13 Stoves 3)
No. 27 1) Hi St.
S Tinware. S
HE CITY NATIONAL BASK.
Of (,'alro. lUlnols.
71 OHIO I.RVliB.
CAPITAL, J3 100,000
A tieuer&l Banking business
TIIOS. "V. ItAI.IalDAV.
j-NTBRPllTSK bAVINti HANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVIXUS HANK.
TIIOS. W. HAIitJUAY
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholepolo J.)ealer in lop.
ICF H Y THE CAR LOAD OR TON,WELI
PACiED FOR SHIPriNO
Oar laoadrf a Spooialtv.
Cor, Twelfth Street and Levee.
! Diphtheria 1
fli TI1 IT 1 TVTn i
Sweeping Denials Made by
Marki of Reipeot to the Late Pott
Washington, Murrh M. Crowdi of
VKi weru waltliiK t I lis entrunoeK of thu
Criminal Court room liefore Hie oprniiiK of
Vrof.Uiiiz In Uie htitr-roul trial, l.itl tu
dor the iniijfent rculatlon impiiM-d bv
tli Miirahitl, lull fow n-roiia were admlt
tod lit;ldi' ininl(f r of t tie bar, and oihnn
JiavliiK cnuin.;, in the court room. Alter
making a few tinlmlmioi laut eorrection-'
f record Jlr, iir.7 e Iiiik d
lilt tfHtlinuttv. And lil
Intterto I'ettmualer ( Icndentilti, of Kort
Snillh, Ark., wan jirmlucfd and Ufl wa
aaked lil rrusun for camlonlng t lendKnnln
not to allow Coot, Ki-ri'iK and otliwri to
know of til (Doraev't) reimeat for Uih up
)rovul of ihi' I.'.iiiN, Me exi!it!ned Unit
I b person referred ii were proniincni
mall com rai-tors and It wa vnrv Important
thut tbev Khould know iioililii of tliu
iroiiofcd bidn or ttiev lnitit know
Injrly underbid for the service.
A letter to I'ontmaMer Hnvpoek wm al-o
read und tliu niii explnilntion (,'iven in re
gard to thai. CouiimjI offered to prove
thiit the letter had be...n written at Bonn'a
UK);e.iioii, hut the eourt overruled thr of
fer. W'itiif.N mid that tin hondi. aent to
thene poKtuiHutrn were never retnnied to
him and ooiieiuently never ukimI. 1 In had
no Interest in thueoiitracto, and hit attempt
to aeuiii-A the liond WH a trieinllv aet. lie
bad done the tame tiling for
ether perun, notahlv Muj. Adaum, for
w horn lie ectired bond for t4H)MK That
wai al-u only afrleudly aet. Heferriutf to
the pencil entriaa of tlh'iirea in the route
book he laid timt Uim r brought the book
to him and he changed only two entries. He
oouhi notjemnmber (lie route or liKiire.
H had ailvaiteed monev (about or
fT.Doo) to Jihn W. Jtoriey A Co. The total
urn loaui'd t all, Pe'k, Miner and John,
l)rey. wan 13,Ulo, exeltij8 of $1,000
afterwanU paid to IWkand 10,(HMJ paid to
John linger. The lal tramaetlon m
with Mlaer at St. Lotti in Julv, h;h,
Wltnet gave two not" to Miner, who had
them dial-minted at tim (iertuiin-Ameriean
Hank. Miner depoolted J30,oi.j in posta
draft aa aeetirity. Wit net returned to
Waahinirton about Deeember 1, and
found that thu bunk had failed and
thut Miner and I'eck hiul taken
Vaiie iulo partuuohip. To pro
tt Vaile, Miner (artitijf at aent for
John Doney and Pec-k) had ttnferred
large number of lub-coMtracta to him.
The effect of that operation wan to dentrov
the m-urlty depoaited with the bank'.
Witne.i wan not conultd about taking
Valle into butlncti. After om difficulty
gave another note and got Vaile to give
the not as a ittcurlty for hi original
note, and both of tbetn wr retained in
Ingenoll read from Moor' tektlmonr
hi (tatemeut of bl interview with Dorey
but the mall er1ee. Wltne declared
that he never hd a convernalton of three
word with Moor In the world. Ill state.
Diellt wa a li taati. out of whole cloth.
Wltne sav chok to Miner in April,
but nid not know whether or not they
wor Intended forjloor. Perhaps Miner
bad told him cotaatblng of that kind, but
wltne did nit now remember. The two
hundred and fifty dollar check which Moor
ald had been given toblm wa given to
Miner, Peek A Co. Nearly all of Moore V
Mateinont concerning 'witn.es were
denied In theQhrnadent nd most em
phatic term. Wltne did not re
collect that he had ever requested
Kerdell to heliiMtnr prepare bid. Miner
topped at wltneM' houe a hi guest dur
ing Uecember. 177, and had ue of tho
upper oBiee. If Rerdell did anv work for
wittte at that time it consisted omv of
writing a few Utter wbeu be called at the.
hou during the evening. Witne had
nothlmf to do with th preparation of
the proposals on that memorable night a
tsstitiod by Rerdoll. The onlv grain of
trutb in that atory wa the circumstance
of hi tending Herdell to Booth' houe for
a box of paper. Wltne' reason for
taking such an activ interest in thu
success of th lttlnes and
for lendlcs; Rerdell out to
help John Dorev Mart the
Tongue River route wa to protect hi
friends, who had become bondsmen on
oon tract, from the dlatrou consequence
of the failure of any of the route. In re
ference to the statement that he bad been
instructed to establish a side post-ntliee on
the Tongue River route, wltne said It was
utterly untrue. His statement wa a false
hood. Nor was it true that he had lnitruot
ed Rerdell to build station on that route
olely with a view to expedition. He did
give Rerdell some letters of introduc
tion to prominent perons, but did not re
member saytug anything about the per
sons. Tbe ttrnnd Jury Invettlntlng Brady'
Washington, Maruh 28. A. K.
Boone, J. L. Carpenter and Jame N.
Callan appoared a witnessei before the
Grand Jury. It is understood that etnfrge
have been preferred ngalust J. H. Cole
grove and John L. French, Brady's chief
clerk, while the latter wa econd Ashlstant
Postmaster-General. It ii alleged that
('ologrove underbid other contractor for
tbe service on certain Star routes, and then
for a consideration threw up the service,
o that temp i:iry contracts might be
awarded by Kt ich t exorbitant figure to
other person. It is expected that the pre
sentment will soon be returned by tba
Washington, March 28. It i rumored
here that the death of Howe will ptohably
lengthen out tho agony in the Si. I.oul
SostomYe, as it is' probable nothing will be
one with the case until the new postmaster
general is appointed. It I stated
that (Jen. Logan is preying Raum for
Howe's place, and a St. I.nttl man, who
know Fllley's precl.e Handing with re
gard to that place, telegraph a friend
here: "Mr. Vllley has not left, nor has
anv Intentions of leaving St. I.oul. He
will not engage In any eramble at this
unseemly or any other time."
Washington, March 28. The Alabama
Claims Court rendered a judgment in
favor of William Small, Jr., for m with
lnlerost from May 1U, 1801. No oilier case
ware ready for hearing and the court ad
journed till Monday next.
ExooallT. Department lorl.
Wsinjton. March 29. ThU being
th day set for the funeral of Pontmaster
Oeneral Howe, all th executive depart
menu wertolosed, thslr flag draped In
mourning and flyluf at half in ait.
tficw Yontr, Mtiroh 2. Tho pillar of
the Post-ortlee this morning were draped
In black and the Hag plaoed at half mat on
dome. Business eiiMrely iupended be
tween S and d o'olook, when tbe funeral of
the lata Postmaster-General Ilowe takoa
place. II I
Tba City Counoll of Lincolu, Nob., pro
iot to ratM tht lloeuio for dramtDopfl
rpufl.000 A l,fj0 aysar.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY - HORNING. MARflff 29.
Mm. MtrrJaunt Threattni tt Bring Out
Kew Tork, March at.-Thi Mordsnnt
tcandal I now entering t pon a new ph:in.
Mr. Samuel Barnard, coiuwel for Mr.
Mordauat, ha announced that be ha
gathered Mirticlent eli-m:e against th
actor and Mi Laura Wallace to warrant
bit client commencing a suit for limited
divorce against the former and one fur
criminal conversation atralnt the latter.
"The paper," hiiUI Mr. Barnard, "urn
ready a b served upon the defendant and
will probably be scned vslthln a day or
two' The evidence In hi haml
that they had been Intimate
with ono another and were so now, lie
claimed to be conc1u-le. Mis Wullncu
would be sued for a certain sum of money,
ami should a verdict b obtained, he
Would be ent to Ludlow treet Jail for
three month utile. Indeed, she wero able
o atlsfy the ludgmi-nt. Mr. Mitrnurd con
cluded by intimating thut the details of (lie
dlvorc case would be highly flavored, es
pecially oua episode in which one Mr. Wal
dron appears (o have plajed a part. To
ascertain what the oilier l-le had to av to
these expected developments, a reporter
first willed on Mr. Mm daunt, but failed
to find blm at home. The reporter
then called on the second defendant. Ml
Laura Wallace. She Inul Just returned to
her lodgings, on Washington place, w-ln-n
the visitor arrived. She appeared to lie
greatly agitated at tirst by the contemplated
action on Mrs. Mordaitnt's part, but final
ly cooled down and tool; a more optimistic
view of the matter. " do not take inm-h
stock in thce threat,'' he said. "Of
course, I mav expect anvtlilnir from that
woman; but yet I do not 'think she will be
foolish enough to overreach herv.-lf to the
extent of having me rrefed. The fail 1
A VKUY SIM.y T I NO
In wlthdrswin;;l the chai e of assault
tigain-t her recently. I should haw
iMished that ca-.- and had the woman pun
ished. But then that lawyer of her-.
Barnard, came to tne and begged and
prayed that I let her off easy, and. rather
than undergo the announce of atrial of the
case, I allowed myself to be moved. I ex
peeled then that this miserable affair had
come to an end. and that I would no more
be charged with an offense of which I am
aslnnocent a anliinboi n babe. Mv rela
tions with Mr. Mordaunt have never been
aught but professional. I have little ac
quaintance with him off the. tae, and I
think It unjust that I should suffer such in
" What do you aav to the prospect of
passing three months in Ludlow .Street
Jail?" ventured the reporter.
"Uh, well, it'll l so much for board
and lodging, anyhow," was the respone.
accompanied with a wink and shrug. "I
am out of a salary on thi shipmate,,'
buslnes, o I ougtit to be happy at tbe idea
of being cared for by the State.
The reporter exeued himself and left
the house. Coming down the itreet hi at
tention was directed to the portly form of
Frank Mordaunt, who wa a'pproaching
with rapid trides, a fragrant Havana tirm
ly preed between his Hp. As the actor
neared Mls Wallace' lodlns, he cast a
quick glanc in every direction, threw his
elgar into the gutter, and a few moments
after had spruug up the stoop and disap
peared in her doorway.
JAY GOULD'S RETURN.
H Thinks tha Business Outlook for the
New York. March 28. Mr. Jay Oould
ba returned from bis two week' trip to
Florida. The beneficial effect' of the trip
are ttpparent in his well. browned and ful
ler face, lie aid that he enjoyed hi va
cation very much. Mr. Gould visited
Florida two year ago. In the two years
he avs the country h Improved and
been developed wonderfully. He Is quite
enthusiastic about it. Speaking of the
Wall street affairs, Mr. Gould said that
from all he had seen and heard of to date,
Wall street is the only blue spot
In the country. He did not see why it
should be blue. "The balance of
trade," be said, "is in our favor,
Railroad earnings are large and constantly
Increaning, and cverthlng point to
ward prosperity. I do not want to make
any prediction's, but I believe that the
country is in a much better condition now
than it wa a year ago. " Mr. Gould look
for easier money, and with it he uys there
ought to be an Improvement In the better
clam of seourititi. Mr. Gould'
family returned with him, excepting Mr.
George Gould, who with tome other of the
party stopped: for soma shooting ulonir
the Chesapeake Bay. About Uie middle of
April, Mr. Gould, accompanied by. tbe
Hon. Russell Sage and a few others who
are largely ioterested in tbe Southwestern
railroad will sturt on an extended trip
over that system. Mr Gould's yacht will
not be launched before June .1, and
everal weeks will be required to put In her
machinery and do the joiner work, so that
It i not probable that ahe will be ready to
go Into commission uiucbbeforo September
Tha J Immense Concourse ef People
Kknosha, Wis., Maroh38. Th entiro
towu 1 In funeral garb. Business is sus-
)ended, (tores are closed, flags hang at
lalf-mast, crape flutters from window
and 1 feitooned on both public and private
building. Delegation from all over tha
Stat and from surrounding one are arriv
ing on every train, and the funeral ts prob
ably the most Imposing ever witnessed in
the Norlhwet. From the moment that
the door of Col. Howe' hand
some manilon were opened this
morning a constant stream of people ha
beon passing through the east parlor, to
take a farewell of tne dead. The body He
In a black caiket, with plain ornamenta
tions. A limpl plate telis lite name, ,i;,ie
of birth and death. Magnllleent floral of
fering aurround the bier. The curds on
them bear tba nam of tba President, hi
Cabinet, and a hoit of official and personal
Telegram of lympathy and condolence
contlnuo to pour In. At 11 o'clock eltrhl
car-load of prominent citizen from Mil
waukee cam by a special train, and the
entire Wisconsin Legislature on another.
A delegation of forty-fiva from the ( lilcago
Pot-ofheo, about 800 otherultlzon and the
committee of citizen from Green Rav,
Judge Uowe'e home, have also arrived.
A large number of floral tributes came on
the aame train."
Ma ATCosniflMUUoM tor lh Triennial
8an Francisoo, March 88. Tin Kxecu
tlva Committee of the Triennlul Conclave
held a conference with the hotel men
ycaterday, No definite conclusion was
leached. But two or three of the hotel
men would agree to aoooinmodate anv
definite number of knlghu. gome of the
commute expreued the opinion that it
would be better not to have tho conclave
here In t lew of the dlfflcnlty of procuring
hotel room. Thus far accomodation
for 716 at tbe hotels and 1,000 room
oMajnllUe or bMurdiif-houMi hare bn
THE QUEEN'S ATTENDANT.
Death of a Man Familiar with England'!
London, March 20. It I Just an
nounced that John Brown, the personal
attendant of (juecu Victoria, I dead, lie
was worth several million dollars, given
blm by ;uuu Victoria, lie knew more of
the true Inwardness of (ireat Britain's re
cent political history than any person llv
lug except the giiecn herself. His Influ
ences with Her Majesty was supreme, and
whether at home or abroad, be wa ulwavt
her attendant and advi-er. He was' a
native of Hie Highlands of
Scotland, talwart, good
natured, canny, gallant fellow who won
tbe Queen's esteem bv saving ber life, and
then kept lu favor bv being her innst devot
ed subject. Had tbe (jueen lost one of her
Children, It is probable she would feel it no
more than this death, which is almost a
personal bereavement. No doubt great
honor will bo paid this fi lend and com
iiatilon of royalty, It is feared the shock of
bis death may prostrate the Queen , who is
still a semi-invalid on account of her
Several Important Bills Passed.
.lErrEKsox City, March 28. Immedl
ately upon thu assembling of the Senate th i
morning the resolution passed last night
providing for the adjournment mi Kridav
next was reconsidered and laid over In
formally. The Printing Committee,
through Seiator Karris, reported th
Knapp advertising bill favorably. The
Senate then took up the appropriation bill
and considered it all morning. The Lieutenant-Governor'
ating f'.iJO.OOO of war eiulm, mainly to th
permanent school fund, prevailed, onlv
live negative vote being cast. The Sen
torsthwn commenced a vigorous war on
tbe Normal School .-ippropriatia.is, which
consumed the entlrt day.
When the House met a message wa re
ceived from the Governor voting the bill
Introduced by Parker declaring homicide,
when committed during the c innilslon of
a felony, murder in tin- first degree. The
Governor object to increasing the rigorous
penalties of the common law.
The. House Committee mi Penitentiary
made a report highly complimentary to the
management of that'Intltutlon. The bill
to appropriate f 10, 00 for permanent im
plement at the Penitentiary prevailed.
The bill regulating the practice of medicine
and surgery in the State passed the House
by a vote of eighty-seven to thirteen.
THE NEW CONVICTS.
McGlew's Wife Faithful t Her Hus
band. Sr. Louie, March J8. The prisoner
were set.n thl morning in the Jail but
had nothing to say. Brown was visited by
his father and i as contented a might be
expected under th circumstance.
Mctilew said, "It it all over
now and I have nothitiK
to say. 1 bad to let mv case go a Brown's
case wenl. 1 wa without inoaey I could
not do anything, lam eatUtled that old
Cat't. Brown will do a much fur me a be
will for hi own son. I am very orrv on
account of my mother, whom I ' am
afraid ,U -will prostrate. I Intend
to sena my wle homo to mv mother,
as my three brother will provide for hor
during my confinement, she ha visited
me every day during my confinement In
Jail, and 1 have proofs 'already that her
love will not alter during ten vcars. I
have never let my mother come to Jail
since I have been here, and I am afraid
that the new of my sentence will
overwhelm her, ' ' Since tbelr oommitineut
to jail Brown and MuGlew have uot asso
ciated much. Browu I of a boyish tern
perment and became Involved' in many
disputes with the other prisoners during
the first few months of hi confinement.
MeGlew it a gentlemanly, quiet
fellow who hat little to av to any
body. During his confinomeut the
only visitor who brought MeGlew assist
ance wa hi little wife who visited him
daily in all kinds of weather bringing her
husband what little delicacies she could
procure through depriving herself.
Excitement in the House ever the Prohibi
8pRiNoriKt.r, March 2. In tbe Sen
ate this morning the special order for ten
o'clock wa Senator Ray's motion to recon
sider the vote whereby tba bill to make
Juriet tbe Judge of faut only failed to pais.
It wa postponed and made the tpeoial or
der for two week from to-day.
Senator Mason Introduced a' bill providing
that manufacturer be obliged to stte the
amount of glucose used iu th adulteration
of food. Tbe second ipaolal order wa
Clark's bill for a revlilon of the law regu
lating'corporation. Tlte i it i nous sheep bill nas reached, and,
fora little thing, seems to oocupy a good
deal of space in tbe hand of tbe Senator.
Speeches wore made on both tide of the'
question, more than an hour being con
eumed In it consideration, at th
expiration of which time the bill passed
to it third reading and the Senate ad
journed. There wa a very excited ieslou iu the
House. Tlte four Constitutional amend
ment resolutions were the topio of discus
sion. The hill for woman '(suffrage, pro
hibition, for tbe eleetiou of justice of
Chicago, and one tn allow the Governer
power to veto certain portion of t hill
wilhout. of necessity, vetoing the whole
bill, was submitted. The admission of the
prohibition amendment absorbed the Inter
est of Ihe House, and ill discussion was
participated in by a large number of mem
lier. indeed it wa speech day in the
House, Kvory man who had a (porch to
make, either in opposition of or to the
measure, wanted to make It to-day, but
there wa not time for everybody, and the
mutter wa deferred till to-morrow.
Mr. Wesl offered a resolution to prohibit
the sale of any kind of alcoholic drinks for
anv purpose, end speeches were Indulged
in on either side of the question, which wa
still pending at ono o'clock p. in.
A llojr Ntnha Illaj Com raid.
Jkiiskvmi.lk, III., Maruh ifN.-There
was a stabbing affray bstween two boys at
play on Mcr Creek hist Sunday. Cary M .
Mtirpliy kicked Nalhanlel Scott when Scott
truck him with a knife he had la hi haml
at the time, Inrtkllnif dangerous wouud
under the left shoulder. A preliminary
examination wa held bv 'Squire Klrkpat
rick who held Scott tu ball In the turn of
IKKhj. The boy are aged ltt year, re
spectively. Scott in default at hall wa
cnt to Jail. .
Strike of Totmoeo Oitaratlvaa.
Lynchbury, Va., March S8. The
tobacco operative here appointed a com
mittee to confer with manufacturer for
tun pttrpoie of coming to term, but the
latter determined to reilit the demand for
l-tcrcasod wag. The (trtkera Induced the
other oporativea to quit work hy mtmt of
M m - -
London, March 28. Th Standard'
Vienna correspondent lays: Before
France opens bostllltlea In Madagascar
(he win lime a circular not
to th power explaining tbe motives of her
PiRta, March 28. The announcement In
the Gorman newspaper that Germany will
not allow France to tal a march cm her iu
the adoption of repeating rilles for ber In
fantry cause tome comment here. Four
battalion of German corp at Konlgtberg
and Stettin already as an experiment have
been armed with repeating i dle, but the
reult to fur are dlHcouragliig.
1!ki KAr, March -J8. Judjje Lawson has
(enteneed twelve of the Armagh A-salua-lion
Society, who were recently convicted
of conspiring to murder, to term of penal
(ervltud ranging from live to ten year.
The Freeman's Journal uv the escape
of "No. 1" will probably lie discussed In
the Commons to-morrow. The Journal
aserta tbe police allowed him
to escape because thev knew
hi arrest would reveul mutter weak
ening the evidence given by Jume
LoNbov, March :S. John Brown, the
well-knovvn personal attendant of CiueeD
Victoria, is tl'-ad. Hi death occurred at
The Times anticipate thai Chllder.
Chancellor of the Dxcheuer will have
on band at the . end of tbe coming
financial year a minimum surplus of 1.
ou,m"j. Bkhi.ix, March iS. The Lmperor
William hlcpt fairly lat night. He Is bet
A Mtranare limim Null.
Nkw Yoiik, M uvh i". A verdict for
W.iXW against the Manhattan Itailroad Com
pany was rendered lu the Court of Commou
Pleas, it was proven that hot coal had
dropped from one of tbe company's en
gines on the back of a team of horses. Tl
animals ran away, and .n their flight, ran
over a boy named Joseph Loverv, render
ing hlin a cripple for Ufa.
Tw noy Crtinnfed.
Piti nt'RO, Pa.. March -JK.-Thl morn
ing at 4 o'clock a frame hotte In Allegheny
City, owned and occupied bv Kdward Gra
ham, was destroyed by tire. Two twin
boy, aged 13 in'onths.'children of David
Faulkner, who lived in two of the room,
were cremated. The los of the building
and household good was J1.000. Fullv
The Malnitnssy Cnv. -
Boston-. March 28. The Malagassv En
voy, who arrived Issl nlarhf . were met this
morning at the Tremftni House by the
mayor ami other official, and afterward
left for Salem a the guest of Kopei, dm
merlon A Co. They will visit point of In
teret and hold a public reception.
Atlanta. III., March j.-,Iohn A.
Howzer died a terrible death last night
lockjaw, ctused by a severe gunshot
wound in the foot. having been accidental
ly (hot while out hunting.
Philadklphia, Pa., March 48. John
Snyder wa arrested tbit morning charged
with murdering hi wife. Alice, with three
knife wound In (he breast.
The tearaer Aggie, loaded with elm
fork, ran aground in the river opposite th
BenitentiaryatJefrersouClty on Tuesday,
amage, jja.OuO; not Insured.
About 200 Mormon families have been
eent to the forks of the Snake river, Oneida
oounty, Idaho, to ettl that region and to
extend the sway of the kingdom.
MARCH 2f, 1888.
H0G3 Active, firm and 5 cont higher:
light $0 00f7 BO; mixed packing fl i)0ri7 40;
heavy packing and shipping $7 4-V8.
CATTLK I)emand fair and iteadv; ex
porter $8 4WS7; good to choi e shipping
$brri4) 40;common to fair tffl 90; butch
ers' $2 656; itocker and feeder 88
CATTLE Eiport ter $8 76f7; good
to heavy native steers $0 U(9ii 70; common
to medium native ttoer $4 606 50; fair to
good feeders $4. 75rtM 15; common to good
tookei-s if4tf4, 80; common to choice
native cows and heifer $3 00114 90; aoala
wag Wafi SO.
HOGS Hardly any demand, the quality
of offerings being o poor that buvert wlfl
not purchase. Light to good Yorker $7 So
(w",x; mixed packing 17(37 80; heavy (hip
ping and butcher $7 70.
SHKEP-Hlgber. Good to fanoy $S 2.V9
6 50; medium to fair $4 7STD8 To; common
$3 764 BO.
WHK AT April l Of.S: Mavfl 10;
Jtinel 11 V; July! IU; veari()4H b.
CHMtN MarobMK b; April MH: May
57Sfa V; June 68; July 60H'; August
60 V .
OATS April 40 b; May 48VOJ; June
43 S; July 42 b; August 84.
WHEAT March $1 09V b.; April I 10
V; Muy H 13 to $1 12 V; Juno ,ft 14 to
$1 13 V; July $ I ON b.; yearfl 07 to$l
CORN March 59'o9i ; April 09 Vt
Mav62h;(S52; June 58H; July 66V.
O ATS-March 41 K b.; April UHGMK
Y; May 48f.
a. NEW YORK.
V n HAT May $1 W(; Juno $1 23 V.
COUV May w9Hl June MX .
OATS May 62; June 62.
BUTTIfc OheUe and fancy creamery at
20fVttK); teoonda at heat dairy rates. Choice
dairy At 36, occasionally at 1(92 cents more
for gilt-edge pjcgi: medium and low grade
nominal at lOflttil. Northern roll Choice
atlfVtflfl; medium 16(918. Nsar-by make
ohoiiH) 16(3118, medium 18(14, and low
POULTRY-Uye-CWokena-cocks $8 25
(M 60; mixed $3 7Vi; hone H 'Mtii 60;
Turkey Hen and email rohblera $l2r15;
large gobbler $16V18i Qeese nominal at
$3(ft; Duck Small t88 25; medi
um $3 60(23 76; large fat ,f4ft4 26;
Dressed Turkey ready ele, a weather I
colder, at 10O1T per poand-l
EGOS Morket etroM and demand
active at 18e, ihipre the principal
LEAD Sale at N M of ipeolal brand
toft and ohemleelt 8i 1IW best hid for
Country market! dull. Weather froety.
pot wheat quiet and iUady; No. 8
"prlng 0 3d; Ho. arif 8 4d; Wtern
winter 0Sd. Mixed weetern corn dull
and easier at la IMi. Demand from
United Klaxdoni and tirilwt witniueli
Mlof w MaiaMi
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 conquors disease; inthe
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
. S. Berlin, Esq., of the
well-known firm of H. S.
Berlin & Co., Attorneys, Le
Droit Building, Washing
ton, D. C, writes, Dec. 5th,
GtntUmen : I take pleas
ure in stating that I have used
Urown'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.
Head and Circulate.
The Illinois Central It. It. Co.
Wtll soil any of its remaining lands at oue dol
lar pwr acre Ub limn tltu presuut prices, fioni thl
time until liio llrst ibiy of October. lt4. Alter
lUHiaau-init prem-m Jiri-e will he resturuU. All
who desire to piircluce rliould aval) thema.tlve of
thin liberal ofler at onc e. I UAOQT,
.Kui particulars tiiquliu ir
M. KAHTKRDAY A CD.,
A III, fori. C. It. H. Land,
-A N P-
fliop on lla llduy Avenue, hviween K.mrth and
Slitli street, Cairo, llllnol.
STAII klndu rt !ht and tieavy hlscknrallhlnir,
wiixoti and rarrlsu work done, tu the nioi-t work
mmillkU luannur. It irsu-rlioolnu auecialty aud
atlfaclton utiarai lowl.
Manufacturer nd Dealer In
Ath fin., betweon Com'l A, and Lv.
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