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CAIRO, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY MORNINH mapptt on
, 1 iiiiuu iIVi 1IJOO. 1
, BURIED MINERS,
Talk of Abandoning
Search for Bodies,
Teni tf Debris to to Removetj
efr Others etn be Re
oeveree. Braiowood, III., March Hi. Work it
the Diuinoiid uilneootitliiiied reu!tin;f In
the eliBuover, of no more boilltn. The oli
ccttv pointilfrom which It U ex ported mnre
reimtiiia will lie rifoorored aud al which
point tho work la being pwhel foi wnnl
with all poMtlhle apred, am hliriil with oli
atrmitiotiH, principiilly aimpitoiiH and fallen
timhein from the roof. Two,gmirvi of impu,
with relief every two hour, arc eniployinl
one werkiuif In the Urt aectimi
whore the twenty-two hotlh-
wr dlauovAi-ed. Thia aeotion IIh- il'.'i
yarda due aonth from tha main ihift, and
ia rem-bed ,y what ia termed the iniiin
road. IIiiiiichliiK from thin are other road
and Into tun tlrat the work of removing th
dclirla hai been carried about I.V) vartla.
Tom upoti Km, of umpHtone have been re
moved and taken out the innln
shaft bv meana of pit onn. A fear ia ex
breaaed by miner that within Hftv jitrtli
from the cwiif? of operntions.iri eyori out
a mom tm'-iit of djljjjj will 4 eneouniuiv.t
that cwm.ii H oieironie, (jliould their
ItiHia prove true, and the roof found to
hm caved In, letting in the uulckaand. It
will ne(.'aitate the abandonment of that
portion of the ralne, aud the unfortunaio
vletinu of the rtWaftter will
b left to amoiihler In the
cavern where thev met thciitleatL. 'Ihere
li every probability tbt aucb an amount of
debrih will be eiioauntored that, at hast In
'Lye 17," which U aituated fully three
quarter of a mile' from the main road,
there are many bodies thiit will never be
raised. A leoond party are working on
a larpa fall In tho rmd
leadlntr directly weit from
the main abaft in which they have en
countered a large fall from which
hundred of pit ear load of debrla have
been removed and itlll no proapnets of the
end being reached. The opinion I fml
gaining- ground that It will be Impos ilble
to reaijli any more bodlea, and the
authorities are condlderlns ih"
aUvinablllty of abandoning t n
work and erecting a monument In memoi v
of the dead over the mine, Here axalti the
dludvautago of a half don Lationalltles
crop out, and the move, while huding
ayuipathy with totut, ia moat strenuou-lv
oppoaud by other. Among those who cr'v
it down, and are led by the clergy, are the
Cathollca, whote whale deatre i that the
bodin of their friends aball be taken out
aud burled in censeorated ground. Feins
are entertained that any attempt to abun
don the work will met with, not only ser
ious objeotlona, but threat of bodil'v in
Jury to the mine owoerajand those In pow
er, are already Indulged In by the more
rabid of the survivor. At this writing the
the conferenoe has net been
A LADY NIHILIST.
Her Beauty and Eloquence Subdue ier
Most Bitter Adversaries-
NiwYfirtK, March 39. A St. Peters
burg letter under date f March 10, av:
The capture of an important femsle Nihi
list took place In thepernon of Mile. 1'hlllo
polf, better known under ber maiden name
of Finger. The Russian police ottluiala
were aenrehlng for her for about Ave yenrs
though without success, hue was wanted
for having lent a helping hand to the Mhl
Mats who were it different time digging
the ground under diverse railroad llnek
with the object of blowing up the late em
peror's train with dynamite. Mhe
was mixed up la the eelcbrated robberv
of the Bhnraon treasury vaulte by the M
hlltittt, and ia said to hv been In St. Pet
ersburn at the time of the assassination of
Alexander II., having a thorough knowN
edg of the terrible plot. Belonging to the
middle class of Russian provincial toolety,
Mile. Flnuer was rightly famed for har
hsauty and her remarkable smartness.
She has studied medicine in the l.'nlveraltv
of Zurich, Switzerland, obtaining a di
ploma of I. L. Then she returned te
Russia and married a young assistant of the
Procurer of the Court of Kharon. After
three months of married life ah left ber
husband, and could not be laid hands on
for five years, baffling all the traps set for
her by Kusalan detectives, being Invariably
heard of in conjunction with all Nihilistic
crimes of late year.
The Jubilation of the Bussian police and
thelrpridoat capturing lllle, rhlllopoffire
better Imagined th:in described. As soon
as the celebrated lady Nihilist was brought
to the capital , nil the officials 0f high bind
ing hurried to see her, and found It hard to
resist the combined power of her
GLIB TONGUE AND HER BEAUTY.
The chief of the secret police force in St.
Petersburg, M. Orgewsky, went to see her
first with the object of Impressing her with
the gravity of her sltuaMou. but after a few
minutes of conversation with her hs best
hasty retreat, remembering as the
gossips of the enpital ssy,
that he had been but latulv
married In the presence of the Imperial
couple to the young aud accomplished
Princess Nat hulls Hbakovskoy. and being
suddenly seized with a mortal fear to be
unnble to resist the charms of Mile, l'hllo.
poff . Then Count Tolskoy, the Minister of
the Interior, volunteered to see the fair
prisoner. He, however, being an old man,
was no more afraid of the consort of the
best half of ble life, and, staying an hour
and a hair In the cell of Mile. Phlllopoff,
left It, as he himself subsequently averred,
well nigh overpowered by the wo
man's arguments, feeling almost
himself converted to Nihilism for
an hour or so after the interview was over:
The whole population of the capital ia euger
to see Mile. Phlllopoff, but only a few old
privileged Individuals are admitted to her
presence, since It Is seriously feared were
the younger of the officials allowed to visit
her she would possibly sucoeed In persuad
ing one of them to let her escape from
prison lu his olothes, the gentlomun remiiln
lug behind In the guise of a hostage to be
disposed of by the government, .
Coi.VMiiue, S. CM March !. C. F,
Hlghtower, the Informer and guide to a
party of revenue etloers lo searcn of a band
of moonshiners, was shit and killed by
one of the band ts ambush Wednesday
jn the Saluda Mountains, Ureenvllle
MisvUr)l hla Wit,
Eastok, Pa. sjHk W. A tramp this
morning out Ms wimas throat at Recktown
and than with two eater tramps fled across
the fields. The woffcao was found on the
roadside. Fbysltlaw sir tbs injuries will
B rove fatal. A part swted in pursuit ol
latoraal SMv .
WaIIIMSTOMi Hero . -Internal rr
e-eaf, T7,wv! eustesai,
A Unas With rrstak Byrao.
Naw York, Maroh W. Among the pas
sengers on the steamer Araerbpie of the
French line was Frank Uyrne, the Irish
Nationalist, and hU wife. Thev went to
the hoini ef his slater, Mrs. Tiirnure, ef
818 Hudson street. 'We loft Havre on
St. Patrick's Day, and barscomut Amer
ica te make our home here, "said Mr.
Byrns to a reporter, "The attentions to
whlcb myself and family have been sub
jected by the British government, during
our stay In I'aris, did not end with our de
parture. A British and a French de
tective were our follow pansonireri, and for
all I know are nowj watohlnif this house.
Lt them watch. I am no criminal, and
they are welcome to tholr espionage
unless I bey beooinn too offensive, in whioh
case I suppose the hiw of this country pro
vides a remedy. Their attentions durlug
our Journey ttwere decldoly unplpmant,
though wo endured them In silence.
Wherever wo moved, from cabin te deck or
from deck to cabin, we were followed by
these porsons. who must have thought we
carried dynamite or were plotting some
dannerotts revolutionary scheme. Their
movements would h ive bcoa laughable If
they hart not been o perslsent. I have
been trained to buslnnss pursuits and
shall eugitKH in businoss hers, endeavoring
to make myaelf a good oitiaen. I am, not an
orator and shall not weary people hore with
addrese from th plutform. At tho same
time I am deeply Inlerestod In the Irish
oauso, and shall lose no opportunity by
words or deed." 7
"What Is your opinion of the out
look?" 'The outlook for Irish Independence Is
ot hopeful as I view it. fcvery fresh
eutraire perpetrated by the Home Oovorn
metit bring, fresh accessions to the Nation alists
ranks. The Inhumanity of (Jreat
Britain has already brought out protiDuno
ed opinions from the leading powers on the
continent, and Grent Britain must regard
thuse opinions seriously,
- ... dt
ratal sfsirtlor of Tw Colore Mesi.
Alton, III.. Maroh 80. Wednesday
afternoon the bodies of two eolored mon,
recognized as those of Henry Depugh and
Henry Ross, were discovered in a hut on
rooky fork, a solered ssttleiaent near here.
The head of Depugh was almost entirely
blown off, evidently with a shotgun, and
bis body was lying on the door, while Ross
lay in the bed stabbed through the body
near the heart. Such eonsternatlon solzed
upon the mral and simple people of the
neighborhood that no steps weru taken tq
notify the officers of the lw until nearly
dark, when Coroner Youree was sum
moned from Venice. He arrived
at Godfrey, the nearest railroad station, on
the Chicago Express at 8:80. He was tak
en at onco to the scene of the tragedy,
about four miles dlstunt, and held an In
quest, but nothing could be learned of the
mystery more than the discovery of the
bodies. All the Jurv could do win to re
turn a verdict of murder at the hands of an
unknow n person. The two Quad men wero
farmers and ocouplediihe house In com
mon. Depugh was the son of Rev. Isaac
Depugh, the well known colored Baptist
preacher. The morlvo of the crime, as well
as the perpetrators of It, are unknown.
There Is not the slightest olue to the Iden
tity of the criminal as yet.
Workmen Destroying st Hsillroacl
Philadelphia, Maroh 3. In answer to
a dispatch received at tho Central .Matlou
soon after midnight, saying a force of men
was destroying the new bridge of tho Penn
sylvania Railroad at Second and Venango
streets, a detachment of police was sent
thither at once. When they arrived at the
scene, about 2 o'olook this Imornlng, they
found tho work of demolition had been
completed. The wreckers, who are be
lieved to be workmen in the employ of the
Philadelphia, Newtown aud Now York
Railroad, bad dispersed and the police
could obtain no Information with regard to
their Identity. A force nss left on the
gtound to, protect the material. j
Iflabetpa Sfear I.luroln, III.
Lincoiv, 111., March at'. John Allen
Howser, who dwelt a few miles from this
city, accldeutly shot himself through the
foot. Lookjaw supervened, and he died.
He leaves a wife aud several children. A
young man by tbe name of
Miller, of this coun'tv, while out cunning
yesterday, accidentally discharged his gun,
while tiussinir throuirh a heclirc fenee. and
llttcnilly tore hla right arm to pieces. Yes
tenlav afternoon James 9. (lav, of Pekln,
a bridte builder on the P. D. E. Ry.,
wil.. working on a bridge six miles north
of this town, missed his footing ami fell
some twenty feet, striUIng on his bend and
shoulders. Ills Injuries are probablv
Inmate of it Iliirnhitr HnlldltiaT Jmiip
from the Window.
Nkw Vork, March 2. A fire occurred
In a lodging-house on Elhrlilge street this
morninc. Four parties jumped from tlm
windows, sustaining serious Injuries, Tim
tliuunge was alight. A tire at Pearl street
tlaimiged property to the amount nf,f in, utH).
Tim j.inltress of the building and her
rliiiifchier wers rescued when almost suffo
cated and removed to n hospital.
SputxoKiKLD, III., March 20. Tbe
Senate concurred In tho House resolution
adjourning Ihe Legislature from Frldav to
Wednesday on Recount of elections. The
bill concerning fees and salaries and classi
fying counties was ordered lo a third read
tn. The bill providing for the organiza
tion aud management of corporations, etc.,
for the purpose of furnishing life Indemni
ty or pecuniary benottt to widows and
lieirs of deceased members was next con
sidered. Many amundinenu were adopted
nnd tbti bill advanced to a third reading.
The bill giving each party lu a suit the right
lo challenge six Jurors without showing
cause was passed, as did one giving property-owners,
even If not residents, a right
to lieeomo members of Township Insurance
Companies; one appropriating thetlogtax
i t cities of over 10,0(10 Inhabitants, fur the
relief of disabled firemen, one regulating
the trainee in deadly weapons, ami one
making provision for refunding the surplus
funds In the State Treasury to the credit of
counties. A bill lu regard to tbe use of
streets and alleys by elevated railroads wis
Kissed with tho emergency oluuse. Hell's
II prohibiting animals from running lit
lirgo created a llvelv debnte
ttiiil much mirth, but was 'killed. A
bill making an appropriation for tho North
tiru Insane Asylum, was passed to a third
Almost S fifll atteudanoe In tho House,
The bill to amend the law providing for tlin
election of city officers in plaees not under
tbe minority representation plan passed.
The special order for the morning was ibe
rccoiihideratlon of the bill nppropi'liilug
eight thousand dollars to Mnuud City,
v hlch had passed both Houses, and bad
been u nt to the Governor and returned I"
tho House without his signature, bv re
quest of tha House, This caused a' long
ami animated debate, members spenklug
on l no question at length, and explaining
tholr votes to almost au unlimited extent,
but tho motion to reoonsider was lost by a
Jkfkkrson City, Maroh 21). The Senate
passod a resolution U adjourn next Mon
day. In the House Kent called up the Somite
mllltla bill on Noonllderatlnn, aud It was
again defeated, reoelvrng this time HO votes,
within two of enough to pass it. This Is
..,.lm ai..nnl,.&... ..4 U. .11... lit.
ii.i.i m ui.niS'viiiiiuvN. kmia silt, nifiii
wis alone to blame for It. ir.
Parker fired off his svsegh in support of a
motion to pass the se-oalled Kussel-llrewn
bill over ths Governor's veto. Moran. of
liuohanan, sent far his authorities while
Parker was speaking, and repllad to his
argument la the best of several good
speeches made by biva during this session.
The motlou to pass the hill, Hie veto te the
contrary etwPhjtaadlM, received hut
Stlll e the SUnri-Mitursd
Bonds Other Newt,
..W,H.I;Vl'"'0X' ,D- Maroh 90.-Dorsev
resumed the stand or the ktar Route trial'.
!'TS d,,li9d (""orally that he bad
evei aiu-d up or authorised any one to till
up an affidavit In regard to the number of
men and aulmals required en a roule after
it had hem sworn to or Med. lngersoll
asked permission the court to Inuuire of
the wltue,, if De had ever given a cbeok
to .lames B. Helford. The rurt asked If
t,,ern.wny objection. Merrick an
swersd that he had no objection, providing
counsel would reclproeate bv allowing 1.1 in
to examine witness upon tUe'subject. The
T" as nut, anu witness satd I
said he nev-
rr lout uerdell that he had
given a ohek
ior to Belferd.
for that or any other
upon the books.
moiun V0v. B. B.
Ingersoll-Dld you ever give a eheck for
any aiuoiiM to Uelfordf
.i Not a dollar. I never bad transac.
lions to ths extent of en cent with the ex
oontion of what you stated to the court the
other day I would like te that chock
to j. B. B., anywav.
i, WJt,,V,,!! ""nld that e had ever told
Kerdell that Boone was to be fixweitoiitbe
cause of Brady's hostility te him. He had
never soen a letter producva bv R,rtiei
r.ueeilng hjm torJlMuage Herdell from
eon-tlniiiig hia suit against Miner Yalle.
DAVIS AND BRIDE.
A rest-Dispatch Reporter Chits with the
St. Louis, March W. Senator David
Davis and his bride arrived In the city last
evening, as expected, and are eccupving a
bxmUomu suite of room at the Laclede.
When the reporter entered the room the
portly Senator was smoking his after-break-last
cigar In quiet esse and alone, as Mrs.
Davis did not appear. Judge liavls som
ed to have made up his mind to submit to
everything with as muoh grace as possible,
as he was the soul of courtesy, ami greeted
the scribe with a warm shake of the hand.
"I am ure I do not know what I can tell
you of Interest to the public," be contin
ued, "I am only on a pleasure trip, and I
must Insist on leaving business and poli
ties severely alone, We are go
ing to California In a few days, as soon
as sumo Mends of ours Join us, to take a
look at the Great West. I have never
been west of the Missouri except once on a
hurried trip, when the Northern Pacltlc
Road was oempleted te Laramie, and I
went out to see theiq push the work at the
rate of three miles a day. Have ( ever
seen St. Louis before? Why, mv dear
boy, I was lu St. vmli before voii wore
born, when there wasn't more than fifteen
thousand people in it. I have many friends
hero, and I do not think we shall leave be
fore Monday," Jut Uj0 a oard was sent
up and tbe Senator adjusted his glasses and
glanced at It. " VYall, well, another one;
why I haven't seu a soul since I have beeu
lu the olty but reporters, this is the fourth.
Show him up," said the good-nau,re4
Senator with a grunt of resignation, and
the Post-Dispatch man left the much-tortured
bridegroom to the tender mercies of
Gen. Dlas at HU Vernon,
VAHlOTON, MarQh 29. Kx-Presl-dent
Diaz and party went to Mount Yer
hoii this morning, on the United State
Steamer Despatch, eseorted by a large del
egation of official ,
The acting Secretary of tbe Treasury ha
decided that the rate of duty a between
the old and new tariff, is to be fixed y tbe
date of arrival of importing vessel at an ex
terior port of sntry and tffat good import
ed before the new aot takes effect and
shipped to the western ports under Imme
diate transportation will be dutiable under
the present tariff, unless they remain
in the PuMlo Store or
bonded Warehouse when this act goes Into
SKCRKTART FOLQIfl'e HEALTH,
The health of Seoretary Folger continues
to Improvs. Hla stwajrth Is very much
weakened, and H Is JlrWlly settled that he
goes to BurmuJu. The date of bis depart
ure depends upon his physio al oondltlon.
THE JBANKETfa INQUIRY.
The Jeannette Court ef Inquiry will re
eonvenue at the Navy Department to-morrow
for the examl nation of the four mem
bers of the Jeannette orew who have re
cently returned from Siberia.
Dick LIMIe Wot Parelonett.
Washington, March at. It was
learned to-day that the Missouri man
whose pardon certain Missouri members
were asking It the White House, was
Dluk Little, of the James gang, whose
arrest and subntjont conviction in
Tennesss or Alabama some
months ago will be remem
bered. Ths grounds on which the par
don wns asked was . that he could be used
in convicting others ef the James party.
It is learned at the Department of
Justice that no suob pardon
has been Issued. The President, tt seems,
has decided that a bird in the hand
is worth two In the bush as those whom Lit
tle convlot are not mueh worse than him
self. A Llat at TraarU.
Washington, March 29. The Post
offloe Department placed the following
names on tbs list of frauds: W.M.Clin
ton & Co, and the Comet Publishing Com
pany, Bloomngton, 111.; Western Card
Company, Normal, III.: Union Novelty
Company. Mount Pulaski, III., Star Pub
lishing Comnauy, Atlanta. 111.; Agents'
Guide and Guide Publishing Company.
Lincoln, III, Postmasters at the places
mentioned have been directed to discon
tinue the delivery to these addresses of
money ordere and registered packages.
The addresses are the alias of the same
persons who operated under tbe name of
C. C. Williams A Co., at Springfield, III.,
who were heretofore blacklistetl.
Bide Opened for Pahlle Work.
Washington, March 2u.-Bids were
opened at Treasury Department for cut
stone for the Toledo Custom-house. Al
bert Newkom was tho lowest bidder, at
.), IHKl for buff Amheint sandstone. Bids
wero also oponed for slating the Custom
house at MemphlH. The lowest bid was
that of KliuHley Viiller, of Chicago.
Davidson A Son, of Milwaukee, has been
awarded tbe contract fur the marble work
for the St. Louis building at t),'Mi.
Washington, March 29. Gold coin
and bullion. gluiJ.OTo.soi; gllver dollars
and bullion, 10R,70.NU7 fractional silver
coin, $27,701,127: I'nlted mates notes,
$4.tl7o,IK)8; total, Ui-'ltfa.HoO.nr,-. Certltt
cates outstanding: Gold, 40,,VU, Iks'; sli
ver, $70,0!i8,0l)j currency, Ju.wrj.
Chemical Work Barned.
Baltimore, March 2. The Chemical
Works of Alonzo L. Thomson, In the south
section of the nlty were almost entirely de
stroyed by fire to-day. Damage about
fW.OiMJ to StiO.OOO; fully insured.
Naw National Bank.
Washington. V. C, March 29. The
Commercial National Baek. Waterloo, la.,
is authorized to begin Uuelnes with a capi
tal of SM),ouo.
Waihinoton, D. C., March 20.In.
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Murder ef a Hlh Offlilel st Peeth.
London, March M.-The weekly state
mntf the beak of England ahows a de
crease In bullion of )f.ouo. The propor
tlon of bank reserve to liability is M per
Liverpool, Maroh 20,-The map. who
earrlod ths box oontalnlng the explosive
snd Infer bI machines ho ben arreaUd
here . II e has lust arrived from Cork .
Londonn Maroh. The statement
that Minister Lowell will not intercede in
the na of Michael Bovton, who wa
arretted at Klldare on Tuesday, was made
by the Dublin correspondent of the
Standard, aud I an Inference drawn from
the fact that It had been previously
roved Boyton Is not an American eltiaen.
THE VENUS EXPEDITION.
Liverpool, Maroh .-Lleutenant
Vesy, L. S. Navy, and ether members of
the expedition sent by the American Gov
ernment to Patagonia to take observations
of the transit of Venus, arrived on his way
Pesth. March 20.-Count Yon Majlath
Yen Sxckhely, TresldeHtof the Court of
Cassation, has been found murdered at his
residence at Ofen. He bad been strangled
and bis tongue bad been out out. His hands
were hound tightly with ropes. His body
was lying on a bed in tils mom when dis
covered, but tbe hed olothes were not dis
turned and he was net undressed. Tbs
rope was hanging from fhs window of the
apartment to the street below, the Count 'a
house had been robbed by the murder
Madrid, March 29. -The date of the
marriage of Prlpc Louis Ferdinand, of
Bavaria' to the Infaata, Maria Delia Pas,
has been offlelally annouqeed In tbe Cortes.
The marriage will take plaoe April S.
Paris, March 29. The weekly tate
ment of the Bank of Franue shows an In
crease In gold of I.eoO.iJOO franc and a de
create of allver of t.osn.OOO francs.
Salt Lake, Utah, Maroh !. At the
Donvorand HioGraade Green River Sta-
Hon on Friday night. Dick
rl-ey, weut to a duuw hall and shot a
sswlng-machlhe agent Earned January, the
ball hitting his forehtad or cheek (accounts
differ) and glanoed off. jlms, angry at the
escape of bis victim, clubbed his pistol und
knocked down three bystanders. He then
left, firing, at the dedr, a parting shot,
which struck one of the Inmates, Em
Thompson, u the abdomen. Inflicting
probably a fatal wound. The next morn
ing Scott, proprietor of the house, met
Sims aud whaled him badly.
Another Brate at Iaartr.
Fort Worth, Tkx.., March I9.-A ter
rible outrage on a llU girl, six years of
age, committed Saturday evening, devel
oped yesterday, and has Qftd lnlouae
ttxeltuiiiMiit. Sarah KHz MoDanlel is the
daughter of on of qur most promtuent
demists, is a biiautlfuj little girl and tbe
idol of her parents. The deed was qom
tnitted by a earpeater named Paul Him.
Last night over fifty officers and citizen
were searching for hlmt The oitlzeu
are exasperated, and U Illm is naught be
will probably be lynched.
MARCH 29, 18S. '
HOGS-.Vctlv. firm and o higher; light
57 60; mixed packing $7f7 50; heavy
paekinv and Milntilng 7 IWMitr.
CAT I l.i. : i, 1 1 nt iteady end strong;
exporters ii,),wl 15; good to choice
shipping 07a5U: common tofalr$5 5utt
6 90; butchers OSfSfllfli stockers and
feder $8 50(35 10.
CATTLE Kxport steers 70r37; good
to heavy native steers gtl Vim 70; common
to medium native tcrs f4 90O6 50; fair to
good feeders 4 75r5 2ft; common to good
stockers $4rM 50; common to oboic native
cows and heifers $)) 90 f 4 90; scalawags $i
HOGS Strong and demand better, ship
pers buying. Light to eholoe YorW
7 207;i5; mixed to good pauklng $7 15rt9
7 ."); heavy shippers tobutehers$7 407 66;
skins Snd culls .fuSOrao 75.
SllKKP-Commou $.'1764 50; medium
tofalr!H60rrt6 2o; good to choice f5 50f
S 25; fancy to extra VI 50m tl 75.
WIIKAT-Closed tl OS if March, l00'f
April, $1 12U May. 1 I8f June, ft t Ju
ly. -II "HI '.'a' S vear.
CGUN W March, 58. April, 51 Mav, 53
June, .Vil.i July.
OATS-Highcr, i'V March, 42V April,
WIIKAT-March I 06 b.; April J105V;
MayiH IOVf ; .lune!)it II l ; Julv i jo
V ; year l 04.
OHIS-MnrchMV; AprlUl?; Mav5
V'i; June ::ra .', ; .luly 5?roi V. '
OATS April 4u b. ; May 4!lf (dh ; June
43V; July 4-JV; yenrlWH.
WIIKAT-HV higher and tinner;
moderale speculative trading; No. 1 while
iM IIS 5 No. 2 red April l U)Hm 20S;
Mavfl 2'.'rV; June$l 23V; Julv St 21
COIIN-VnYl higher; mixed Western
spotHlratM; do fut u res HOCtf 70 V.
OATS-K(V higher; Western 50r57.
BUTTER Markst quiet and easy, about
the oulv diruand being from the IomI
trado for eholoe fresh stouk, which sells at
IWa'M for Creamery and mainly at V for
dairy (oecaslonly lrBMcmore Is obtained for
gilt-edge pkgs), seoonds of creamery at
best dairy rates. Medium aad low grade
of dairy peeked eonnnuea In excessive of
fering and slow to more, evea at material
concessions rangss (nominally) atlOoilH.
Northern roll Chetee at 18d19: medium
I.VtflV. Choice nsar-hy make fair sale at
l.VaMA, and medium et ISolU, but low
grade dull sf 10(911.
KGGS Sales were Mostly at 14c, but
soms early sales were at a fraction less;
(loos eggs oisier at MAM.
POULTRY Live Chickens oooks S8 50
(98 75; mixed $4uM Si: hens 14 50(t4 7ft:
Turkeys ready sals at Ucl tor Hens and
small gobblers, to SldnSlS for large gob
bler. Duoks wanted at ft 504 for small
to medium, and 4 WsH B0 forcholee large.
Geese uegleeted and EOmlual. Dressed
Small sale of Turkeys St 1617 M lb.
LEAD Lower and easier. Sale, 10 oars
refined at $4 12.
Country markets rather dull. California
wheat to arrive deollued 01 1 red winter
wheat to arrive deellnod Id. Spot wheat
better tone! No. 2 spring 0 8d; No. 3
spring Hsd; Western winter 8d. Mix
ed Western oorn better tone stt7d. Do-
is given by using Brown's
Iron Bitters. In the
Winter it strengthens and
warms the system; in the
Spring it enriches the blood
andconqucrsdisea.se; in the
Summer it gives tone to the
nerves and digestive organs;
in the I 'all 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 Bitteks 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 II. S.
Berlin & Co,, Attorneys, Le
Droit Building, Washing
ton, D. C, writes, Dec. 5th,
Gentlemen : I take pleas
ure in stating that I have used
Brown's Iron Iiittcrs 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 R.R. Co.
Will fell any of Us villaining lands tt one dol
lar per acre less tlinii the ruHiit pric a, from ihil
Hint- until tlm flivt rioy of O.-toliur, lfl. Alter
tlim date the present pn es will he restored. All
who ttusire to piirdni-c i-hould avail thuinanlve of
this liberal oiler at once. P. DAOQY,
l'ui particulars Inquire of
M. KANTEKDAY A CO.,
A yln. for 1. 0. It. K. Lands,
Halllilay Avenue, httweun iiirth snd
Slslli street, Cairo, Illinois.
UTAH kinds 1 1 Pglit and heavy Idacksmllhlng,
wagon ami carriage work ilnnn In Ihe mot svoik
manlike manner. II re-fhocliiga apeuialty d
J-f 9 ID. IISTCE,
-Mnnnradurer and Dealer lU'
fllU Htm,,, bjiwoeo Com'l Ave. and Levee.
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