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THECAIRQ DAILY :
A Household Article for Cnlvertal
For Scarlet and
SoreTlirout, Sunt II
Fox, Measles, and
all Contagious Disease. Persons waittnu on
th Sick should use it freely. Starlet fever has
never beco known to ipread rhere ihe Huid wai
used. Yellow Fever has been cured with it after
black vomit Imd taken place. The wont
cam of Diphtheria yield to It,
FeveredandSIck Per-1 BMALL-POX
sons refreshed and and
Hud Sore prevent- i PITTINU of Small
!. uby J'1!"'8 wi,h Toi PKKVENTED
Darby. Fluid. , , , ,
Impure Air made A member of my tim.
harmless and purlfir.l. ! 'ly ,w" w.lten "
lor Kore Throat it is a tml'-P1Jt' 1 ud ,h
aure cure lulJ : 11" patient wu
C'ontairlon destroyed ! not delirious, u not
Jfor Kroated Fact. H"'?a' 41,(1 ' "M
iiiiiDiaiua, ruea, I
i the house again in thn
weeks, and no others
had tt.-J. W. Pajta
! Insom, Philadelphia.
hatl Whit Comiilr x.
louts secured by iu i
Hhlp Ferer prevented.
To purify the llreath,
Cleanse the Tret h,
it can't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
Wounda healed rapidly.
An Antidote for Animal
or Vegetable Polio nt,
I used the Fluid during
our preaent affliction with
Scarlet Fever with de
cided advantage. It it
indispensable In the sick
room. Wu. F. Sand
roo, Eyrie, Ala.
The physicians here
use Darbvt Fluid very
successfully in the treat
ment of Diphtheria.
Tetter dried up.
I' leer purified and
In caaea of Death It
should be used about
Ihe corpse it wili
prevent any unplcas
The eminent I'Iit
, slelan, J. MAKION
KIMS, M. V., New
j York, says: " I am
I convinced Prof Darby
I Prophylactic Fluid is a
I valuable disinfectant."
Vanderbllt University, Nashville, Tenn.
I testify to the most eaceUem qualities of Prof
Darby Prophylactic Fluid. As a disinfectant and
detcntem It is both theoretically and practically
superior any preparation with which 1 am ac
quainted N. 1. Lcmon, prof. Chemistry.
Darby Fluid la It
Hon. Alsxahok H. SmrMRn, of (oreia
Rev. Chas F. Pains, U.D., church of t'l
airaiigiirt, r. i , ;
Jov I.aO.KT, Columbia Prof, Unlversiiy.S.C.
Kev. A. J. liATTta, Prof,, Mcrrer University;
Kev. Cao. r. Piaaca, H.slvup M K. Church.
INDISPKNSAIH.K TO I'.VKKY HOME,
lerfccuy harmless. Used internally or
eaternally for Man or beau.
The Fluid has been tlionjutlily lesied, and wo
have abunoant evidence that it has dune everything
here claimed. F r fuller information get of your
Druggist a pamphlet or tend to the proprietor,
.1. H. Ztll.IN Si C O.,
Maniifactiinn Chemists, PHM.A DELPHI A.
Q.EOROE II. LEiCII, II. I).
Phvrfioian. and Surpeon.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic troat
rnent of anrgica) disesaea, and diseases of women
'fllcer On IV.li trAt, opposite th Pnt Oillce.
R. J. E. STRONG,
128 Commercial Ave, Cairo, III.
VAPOR, KLKCTKO VAPOR and MEDICATKD
A lady In etteuJauco.
IQR. W. C JOCKLYN,
OrrICS -Eighth Street, rear Comaercta! Ave inu
R. E W. WHITLOCK,
Urncs No, 1st Commercial Areone, bittreeti
Kirrt'i and Nli.th Htr u
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'fi PATKNT
Wholesale Dealer in Ico.
JCF RYTIIK CAR LOAD OR TON, WE LI
PACKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Ijoads u Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levi A
N. B. Thistlewood & Bro.
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, - ' - Illinois.
Nelson County Whisky,
, Lane's Bourbon.
137 OHIO LEVEE.
HAPS AND MISHAPS.
Fifty-Three Persons Wounded
in a Railroad Wreck.
Mm. Miaktr Executed in Vermont
for Murdering Her Little Neice
Windsor, Tr., March .in.Mi.
Mkcr wan hauled ul 1 :36 tliln ftf runon.
Slia pcrlted to the lit tliu m iiimx'stiit.
Klio tltid aountlly l.int nlli!, ami niter
brtiakra-iiiiK, lu ttucotiUne wliU iviiif.t
Uiad-to huh th KHllnwa, w.i led out bv
lierlt t xaiuinn It. ib rlcat-lv Kcriitln-lz-icl
tivciy part of the Urwi'tiirf.'.t-c-ii.M
tbe ilepa or tin "caKuM tlotie, with firm
trsud and wtijnt a.u:ar mu injulitd
f tu liiin if iic would ha iwijulrfd
to liiul fatal Ntuh. uuaxailei at ilia
fatal rtiomsnt. 'Il:e drop and inndt
of In worklu win Jfiokcd Into with an nlr
f morbid mrloHity mid ey-sing thf trap alie
akd. that tbe place?" Aftor rpttirn
ln to htr (quartern h waa viaited liv llio
chaplain and manlfuMi'd the most atnliil ln
dlffnriuo, but Inter on waa iltl liv
Shmiff Allifitnn. M; liiMir-i afur h.T
huahind and daughter and tiinn. with much
ajritailnn, .aid: Tell fhciu I am to Ijp
intirdernd to-day. I mn an innoi-Hiit wo
man." !hn alluded to br mn'i coiif' .
Ion a a lli, and nld h l ad hrouu'tit her
to ilic (tallow. VLe.i Athi'i ton r.ke to
ltavt he began to cry and kiaed hi" rijrht
handtwlre. and aandintr hr loeioth
folk tit hoina. Put chad: '(iood-by!
jood-byf " n he left.
Mr. Meakcr at u henrtr dinner. Har
aon Alnioti wan left in coll. Her arm.
were pinioned before una left the cell ami
th prore-alon moved to the Wallowa, where
alia waa eted la a chair ;iml evid-ntly did
not like the: crowd. After iraer by lie
Obaplain the Sheriff handed Ih't ap'nper,
with the words: "Etntline M'aker, if vou
have anytbliix to ay why exei-ution of "the
entcnee aboiild not take place von
bae now an 0)portnuiiy. ' Thi
wa done on jccotuit of her
defviua. She waa calm and pale, and ait
with clo.ed eye. "(iood-bve Mr. Hall,
I have limbing uiora to nv. 6'dy I forjfive
you for hmik'iiig me." ifer le, were tlroi
tied, Khe taiidlnit all the time. Mn
bowed no in. and no trembling, hald,
'May Uod forgivt yott all." Tha drnp
fell at half-put one. After hanilnit thirtv
minuti'i nhi: wan taken down dead. li'e
died with cari!elv a atnititln, and wa
buried lu tbe prlioii oumotury thla after
noon. A SAD CASE.
AYtung Led Arrested en Suipicitn af
Wkw. Yors, March 30. Mary Ann
Doolay, of f'hloajfo, waa arrnated na her
arrival at the Wrand Centrnl lepot yaater
day onarharKe, It la claimed , of murder'
tnif br mother by roUon. About a tuuutb
ago her mother tilu under at.. viWoua c't
oiraitances. he waa .opposed be wort'u
M0U,OUO. So vcrilled will wa found, but
Ihe copy of an alleged will waa unearthed,
and an Inyeatitfatloo waa followed by tbe
flight of tb daughter and a young wan
uppoaed to be her tultor. Tot torn
reaion tht man waa not arraited. Tha
prtaoner appaare overwhelmed by raor
tlticatioa at the mere faot of being arreated
and placed In a cell and between
her aobi protected her Innocence. "1
ever poisoned my mother; never.
It la wrong to accu.e roe of auoh a thing.
I always loved my mother. I wai her only
child. We never bad any difference ex
cepting about my engagement with John
8eMon. My mother did not like him. but
I do." Phe aald further that eoon after
her mother died, tbe alleged will we. pro
duced, bequeathing her property to a num
ber of charitable iDititmions In Chicago,
leaving her heln and only child a certain
um on condition of her not marrying the
young man mentioned, whom her mother
diilikod. A writ of habeae oorptu hai
been prepared and will be aubmllted at the
earliest moment. Late Thurndiiv night
Counielor Ambroee H. Purdv, called at
police headquarter and exhibited a tele
gram which he had juet received from Em
ory A. Storrt, of Chicago, requeuing him
to look after the intereiti of Mary Ann
Dooley. Mr. Purdy waa afforded au op
portunity of communicating with hla client
and aubiequont to the Interview called up
on the acting Superintendent and request
ed that tbe young woman be broiutbt be
fore the pollue Matrlitrate in order that the
might have a hearing.
A STRANGE I INFATUATION.
A Beautiful Maiden Rum Off and Mirriat
a Negre Coachman,
ILiRTFORn, Conn.. Mareh 30. MIm
Ann Brookor, a bright, pretty girl, living
In Torrtugton, lu thii State, ba eloped
with her father', negro coaohmun, named
Jai. Bradley. A abort time ago MUt
Brooker went to Xew York on avfalt, and
whon ahe left there, instead of coming
borne at her friends auppoied abe waa going
to do, the took the llouaatonic road at
Bridgeport and went to Ahly Falla, Man. .
where ahe met tbe man Bradley, aa had
beenprevloualy arranged, and they went to
Shetliuld and were married. Miaa Brooker
ia a youiiL' lndy of fine appearance, about
24 veara of age, and la of good family, her
father being one of the prominent men of
Torrlngton, and in very good etrrura
tanceN, living about a mile and a
jlf, from the village on the road
to Lltohfluld. Sho Is the youngest of lx
daughters and has one brother. Her moth
er dead. The lrl has always conducted
herself In a proper manner and no one has
ever suspected that there waa anything lm-
roper between her and the young follow,
radley is a full-blooded African and ha
workod for her father for nbont three year
Last week, when Mr. Brooker discovered
tha whereabouts of liU daughter, he went
to Ashley Falls, nccoinpiuilod hv hla son,
and tried to ptirsuade her to return home.
She would not listen to them, and cruMied
with shnnio nnd doxpalr, thev were com
pelled to return home, leaving her with
nor husband hi a miserable shanty in Ash
ley Falls. Mis Hrookoi-'s conduct is Inex
plicable, as her homo relations have always
been tha pleasaulest nnd sho has rrown up
In luxury and rellnnmpnt. Her family
feels the disgrace keenly aad everybody
sympathizes with them.
Ilnuftel for Rep.
Washinuton, Unroll BO, Charles Wat.
Beaner, a colored youth, was hanged In
the Jall-ysnl at I.eesburg, Va., this morn
lug, for rape. The lunging was witnessed
by not over fifty persons. The condemned
boy spent a unlet night and ate a hearty
breakfast, He walked firmly to the sonf
(old, end, as the black cap wa drawn,
e4d. "Farewell, friends and fellow-area
turn." The trap was sprung at t:ti, and
ale nauk waa broksa by the 111. Boaoar
gmurday titled a written eaiteeiea e Me
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY
Sing Dee end Ah Tait Thumr. Each Other
in Civilised Stla.
New York, March 30. -When "Pop"
Whltta'aer appeared on the alaxo Hul l Y
Bill's Theater to oversee the slii(tg!ug ex
pedition given for the benefit of Mr. John
Huuudel'k, l.'i'K) people filled the place.
The fact that Duo and Ah Telt, (ho
eminent Mongolian bruiser., vveru to eu-
f rage In four threH-nilnuie rounds was ch-ar-y
an unexpected treat. Altr several
elashlng bouts between local li-tlr nrtlsta,
the Chinese wern presented by their back
er, Burnard Maguir, of this city. M. Poo,
who is a tall, raw-boned Celestial, ambled
to bis corner with a skepMi air. Nilb .
eldelong glance at niidlei.re. ho deftly wound
bis queue about bis head with the remark,
"No (flab tall now." Mr. Telt. a slender
chap whose face woars an expression of
perpetual sweetness, followed suit. After
a few r mnrk by the mastur of ccrf-moire
the pair were Jed to the scratch. .Sinn Poo
eomincm-ed hostilities bv a sud len plunre
with both bands at the stomach of Ins ad
versary. But the hitler quickly demon -st
rated that be eould not ) made a h.iiiriln
of, and piayfully t.tpped .Mr. Poo on lm
noe. They then scratched at each ether
until a "walk around" wet ordered. In
the "wind tip"
MR. uno'a TAit. CsMK irv.v.
at which Mr. Teit made a savage clutch,
but was mat bv a tlm-en round arm-blow
that brought him to his knees. On arising
tbe head-gear of th- litter also bee, mm
loosened. While nerambllujr for the cue of
bis opponent, Mr. poo lo! a time, which
plaeeif hi: nt a di-aiiVHiilnp, for wlille
nohblinr about his "lender ouDonent
nnnrheJ bint u'ilhnot wtttit
Hy a neat piece of stratej-v, however, bo
grasped Telt about the waist, throning him
heavily, which closed the bout. I;i an In
terview with a reporter Mng Poo said, not
without retlcencp, however, that In his
native city, Canton, he had knocked out all
corner lu true Caucasian stvle. lie was
proud of the fame which be "had achieved
and was eacer to meet Cam Ken, or any
othor luundryuian. Ah Trit said he ess a
Philadelphia!!, and lrd been in training
for three months under the mentorihlp of
Maguir. lie had been the hero of several
bard-glove encounters, but thoiutht he had
not yet been seen at his best. His Uek'-r
was eager, he said, to match either against
any Chinese boxer for W a side. Their
temporary residence Is IDS Crosby street.
8T. Louis, March 30. A conference
of the leading Prohibitionists of the
State was held at the Ian oiHeei of
Mr. Cbas. P, Johnson, In tbe
Temple Building this niornbig. There
wero present, beelde. Mr. Johnson the fol
lowing gentlemen : Pr. J. A. Brooks, of
Warrensburg, President of the State Tem
perance Alliance; W. n. Swltler. editor
of the Columbia Statesman; John M. Me
Michael, editor of th9 Plattsburg Lever;
C. J. CorwiH, editor of the Pedalla New
.Age; ex-Oov. B. Qratz Brown; Pr.
Eliot and Mr. 'VVater!, editor of the Na
tional Amerloaii. all f this eltr. and a
lady reDreseetatlve of the Woman s Chris
tlan Union. The oonferenes was called
for the purpose of preparing as address
on the action of the Legislature in
refusing to submit a Prohibition amend
ment to the Constitution to the people of
the State, and to take such other steps for
the protection of the ciusc of Prohibition aa
might be deemed nocessary.
A rrlft-btfal Railroad Dlsaaler.
Civcixvati. Murch 80. land slid"
IW.tr !uwt, on the Cine n.utl Soutl.,'.-tl
Railroad, this mornlnr, threw the north
bound passenger train off tbe track. Sixty
Persons are reporteil injured, but none
Died. Tbe plaoe of the accident is forty
miles from here. A train hut gone te
bring In tbe wounded.
The Injured are Just arriving from the
scene of the wreek. They say the train
was running forty miles an hour, vn a
sharp curve when the whole train left the
track and rolled down tbe embankment KS
feet. 1 he two sleeping care were com
pletely wrecked and one oar was burned.
The pamengers were srtrlaated with great
difficulty. The number injured Is nftv
three, several of whom are very serlousfy.
Tbe only names yet obtaiued are: Major
McPowell, Xenla.O., eerlously; J. T.
8pauldlng, Port Clinton, Ohio,' seriously,
WaiHlxOTON , March 30. Ex-President
Diaz and party departed to-dav for 'ew
The Great Western Insuranee Company,
of New York, through their attorneys,
fllod a petition to-day in the Court of
Claims against tbe Uuitd States tor up
wards of $60,000, the amount of their claims
agtlnst the Geneva Award, with Interest.
The Treasury circular dlreots the oustom -officers
to adopt SI 20 as the value of
"Shanghai Tal," Instead oftlSl 5-10 for
customs. The value of other Chi
nese taels will be reduced similarly In pro.
Washington's Secretary's Hon.
Xiw York, March 80. Wm. Depav
er Stairz died In Sallon' SnuiMaroor.
ptaten isiuiiu, inursuay evening, aited
eighty-nine. He was the second eon of
Major John Stagg, who waa an Assistant
Adjutant-General In the - Revolutionary
Army, and acting Private iJocretarv to
General Washington at Valley Forge dur
ing the winter of 1776. After that war he
was chief elerk of the War Depart
ment during tbe whole of President
Washington s administration. At hit
death he was sheriff of Xew York City,
and an original member of the Cincinnati
Senate. He finnll v joined the United
States Navy, and followed the sea until old
age and it Infirmities came on.
Niw York, March 30. The business
failures of tha past seven dava, as reported
by R. G. Dunn A Company, of the
mercantile agenoy, numbar 12. as against
IBS last week, distributed las follows:
Western States, 5H, New England 14.
Southern States 82, Middle State 22, Pa
cific. States and Territories 16. New York
CityO, Canada S3. Total 188.
St. Louie, March SO. This morning,
over two hundred persons collected In the
Southorn .States, arrived at the I'nlon De
pot on the Ohio and Mississippi Rull-road,
and left on a special train over the Wabash
for Utah, They are In charge of Kldor
Morgan, of the Church of Salt Lake City.
The converts wore picked up from several
of the Southern Stales.
ho hjr at Drank Mae.
.PiTTSBURd, Maroh 2.Last Wednes
day afternoon Win. rrltscli, of alow
Township, In a drunkou rage, fatally shot
a young mail named Jackson Yessner. A
number of boys and men were tormenting
Prltsoh, who, after submitting for a time,
pulled a revolver and fired, with the above
New York, Maroh SO. An Indictment
far manslaughter In the first degree was
presented by the grand jury against George
w. Conkhng, Jr.. who shot Wilbur fl.
Haverstlok. Oonkllnr; at onoc surrendered
and was admitted to ball In the sum of
Vatall I r Wanndaal Is a aanasksts BlrawL
Boonvh.li. Mo., Maroh 80.-Jaeksqn
Wallace and his son Themas were fatally
wnuwuau a Dunaay oioruiug uy oiinon
moral n a bv
wimams, us i
the .Deputy ilMflfl duttaf a
MORNING. MARCH 31.
Important luilneti Tranmtsd in Both
St. Lorio, March 3e. Ths Pest-Dls-Patck
contains tbe following from Jefferson
'. jot spHtled an act for the re
lief of the Missouri Rcpubltoaa was wbl
ped through the Sengs rots mnrelng on a
strictly oal-ty tots, lenator Oliver wu tbe
only PemoeJatwhobedasnervs to fight
the bill, and ho did so In eulto s speech.
M A-Jl ths Kepuhlloan aasmbers voted against
tnehlll. There wero a eouple of minor
amendinnntseassed, sae ef Wtalsh changes
the time of awarding toe subsidy to the first
of August. Through tha kindness of the
Senate alerks tfao smendnente wore rail
roaded over to the House, Parker, ef Lin
ooln, bandied them there, and In 17 min
utes exactly the bill was returned e the
Senate. A'refo from the Qovernr is Hot
apprehended. Tbe Senate passed the bill
giving Justice ef ts psace la St.
Louis juiitalutlon ihroHgheut the
nity In sll elvN eases oeeept
landlord summons. Tat makes the bill a
law, nd Justice ef the Peace P.
O'Connell, who alone eeposss it ef tbe
lobby of Constable aed JustUoe here, is
In sa'uk Joth and ashes. The eaatc passed
tbe Collier turnpike bill. The amended
medicine and surrery bill was passed.
The House defeated the last of tha railroad
The appropriation bill was taken up
shortly before noon to the House, and the
Senate amendments to the school appro
priations were agreed to. There is, bow
ever, no probability that adjournment will
be delayed beyoed next Mondy. The
Governor signed the State Board of Health
Important Bllli Pamd Exoitement Ovar
the Prohibition Question.
SmiMOciELD, III, Maroh 30. The first
business of this morning was the hill read
Thursday, fixing the pay of members of the
General Assembly of this .State at for the
regular session, with a mileage of 10 cent
and $M for poatags, etc. The bill received
some attention but failed to pass, upon
which Senator Ainsworth moved to
reconsidor tbe vote, whloh motion carried,
and tbe bill waa made tbo special order for
May 12. The bill appropriating money for
the preservation and display of battle
and other flags la the hands
efthe Adjutant-General passed with no
debate. The motion to reconsider the
vote by whloh tbe bill to amend the act
concerning religious corporations was
killed, was neit considered but failed to
carry. The bill to seouro free passage to
dtb In all waters of the steVe passed as did
the bill providlug that oountlo mav main
tain tbe drains realalmlng the old "Winne
bago swampsi also one providing for the
weighing of ooal to bo done at the mines
before its transportation and miners
to be paid In accordance with that weight
In the House a large number of bills were
introduced, after whloh the Harper bill
came to the surface. Tbe Democrats
moved to reeonunlflthe bill. Mr. Morrison
got tbat motion tabled. Mr. C'ronkrlte
moved its postponement for one week,
which was lost. Mr. Harrington moved to
strike out the enacting clause, which wat
also lost, u It was declared out of order.
He then moved to table tbo bill, which was
lost by a vote of 48 to as. The bill was
llnally ordered to a second readlug amid
great exciw.tueni. Tee majority and
minority reports from the committee on
license cams up and tbe excitement
again waxed high with mo
tions and counter motions, for this related
to the Prohibition Constitutional Amend
ment. Mr. Croroker moved to make tbe
subject a special order for one week from
Ttlt..jinv . anrl IdrnnlrHsa asAnS4 K. M.k.
- ' -' . '- w . v ...... kw h.uvhuwm V J till..-
imr it the special order for next Tourih of
July. Mr. Mltoholl made a point, of order
that the Fourth of July was a legal holiday
which point was not sustained, and motion
carried thus killing the bill. Opposers to
tbe measure are Jubilant, while lu sup
porters are correspondingly despondent.
The vote was very close, Out It would have
required a two-thirds vote to carry it. Ad
jourred to next Tuesday.
Cold and Wet.
tiRKr.NVti.LK. III. , March 80. Since
noon Wednosdoy a cold drilling rain has
prevailed, and last evening s hall-storm
accompanied Dy heavy thunder, prevailed
for some time. There is no Improvement
iu the condition of the growing Wheat, and
farmers are more than usually despondent,
No oats have been sown end no plowing
done. The month has been cold and wet,
and this Is tho eleventh successive day of
cloudy and rainy weather.
A iNYlNCIBI.K" THRf.T."
London, March 30. The police xre In
receipt of a loiter, purportlug to emanate
from I'cnian sources threatening, unless
the men charged with the Pbmnlx I'ark
murders and now confined lu Rilmainbara
Jail awaiting trial are at onoo released, th
( entral Telegraph office, London, will be
London, Mareh 80. A matrimonial
alliance has been arranged between Hugh
Northeote, son of 8lr Stafford JtnUhcote,
and Miss Edith, daughter of ex-gcrtarv
Hamilton Fish, or New York.
bullion withdrawn from th Bank ef
Kngland on Imlanoo to-diy 106,00(1,
. Kit MANY.
Mktz, March .H). An uneasy feeling
prevails in Lorralue amongst tfist part of
the population who retain and still quietly
avow fealty t ths Krennh Government'.
Tins occasionally breaks nut into unwonted
initiation. Mich Is tha case now. The lm
mediate cause of the excitement Is the ad
dress Just issued bv Deputy Antolne, In
which lie aekiiovt (edges th receipt of
money collected by the Pat riot lu League for
the benefit of tho stiuVrers bv the recent In
undations along the llhlim.'and appeals to
Hip l-reneh Government not to forget those
unhappy children of Kr.mce who, ult hough
purled limn her temporarily bv force of
arms, are awaiting the day of revenge.
A rt.OT PKt'NTHATKD.
LiVKnroiit., Maich The police of
this cltv are In possesion of Information
which Indicates I hul the arrests made here
KtidntM. Helen's of men bringing Infer
nal machines fr,m) Ireland, were tlinelyand
prentd out nigra which had been plan
ned and were to have been executed Thurs
diiv evrnliiir. The destruction of publlo
bullilliix, Involving possllilv grsat loss of
lire, wus part of the plot.
Pakin, March 80. -Louise Michel called
st the Prefecture of the I'olloe Thursday
evening, but as the I'refect was absent,
left the oflloe, niuiotliielng that she Intend
ed tit surrender herself to the authorities.
I bis morning she was arrested without any
dlt'lcultv or objection on her part. She
stiiled that alio was willing to glvo herself
up rather ibsn subject her mother to any
further annoyance from the pollee.
Hpauhllrhne end baud of Crock In
dians, numbering 400, are camped seven
miles northwest of WlealU Agenoy, L. T.
They arc well amed aad propose te Nasals)
until the arses la totter.
Roy. Dormeet orldjre, sea efthe oat.
obratcd poet, died on TfiUrsda.
Ths widow of Captain tferrvat. the
novelist diod last in onto nuke age of unetV
(Jen. Dlai and p.srty were ontertaluodTa
Thursday night iu Washington by the Mex
Tb Edison Electric Illuminating Com
pany organised In Boston on Wednesday
with a capital of $l,0O0, dOO,
James Selby, a druggist of Waynesville,
III., was fined fU'i and costs, on Tuesday,
for selling liquor te minors.
The reigning beauty of Ireland Is a Bsl
fast mill-girl. Crewds, It Is said, surround
the mill, dally to see her a she takes her
Gorman artists have petitioned their
Government to Intercede with the United
States Government regarding the ineroated
tariff on objects of art.
Joseph Gregory, a notorious orook sad
confldunee man, was trapped by Kick wha
ln, a St. Louis detective, In Hannibal,
Mo., ouTuoseay morning.
I Yluoenn.s, Ind., on Tuesday, tho
Coroner's Jury, In thease of James
Gould, hold for the murder of John Big
ham, hie cousin, found tbe aucused
It is said tbat when a man want to com
pliment a New Engl.tnil woman he must
call ber bright; but when he wishes to
please a Southern woman bs must say shs
Col. Jamos I Corbv, agent for aonss In
surance companies, out hi. throat at e
hotel In Hampton. Va., on Weduesdav af
terdoon. Insomnia la supposed to have
driven him to the deed.
In Marshall, Mo., on Tuesday, the Jury
In the case of state vs. O'orgu Dunn.under
Indictment for murder lu tbe first degree,
falllnr i agree was dlsehirged. This is tbe
second bueg Jury In this trass. -
Herunii Newman, prominent meruhant
of M. C'air, Michigan, killed himself on
Wednesday evening, because his daughter
opposed his marrying and beuainea breach
of promise sulthad commenced against
The death of Mrs. IT. M. Jaoksou, lu
Carthage, Missouri, ou Monday, which was
st first attributed to suicide, has been dis
covered to he due to an orerdos of chlor
oform, ignorantly administered bv tho la
John Blight, at a public insetlng recently
stated tbat his father was a hand in the
factories In Toad lane, Rochdale, and that
he made up his mlad that he would marry
when bis wages reached a guinea a week,
tbat is, about fir dollitrs.
Th first section of tbe west-bound Mis
souri Pacific train No. 2:1 broke iu two at a
point two mile west of Hedalia on Thurs
day afurnooo. l ireman Ryn had hi collar-bone
broken. Several car and tb lo
comotive sustained serious injury.
At :80 o'clock on Wednesday evening,
two transfer ualn on the Louisville and
Nashville and Chattaiioeya road collided
on the trestle bridge In Nashville, Tenn.,
and were badly wrecked. No one was kill
ed, though several men were badly in
jured. Dr. Otto Wilhelm Struve, director of the
Imperial Observatory at Fulkowa, Ku.sia,
arrived In Boston on Thursday to test tho
objoct glass completed at Cainbridgeport
for the Russian Government. Tho glass
1 the largest ever constructed W Inches In
An attempt wee made to poison tbe family
of Mr. Petchlor, of West Indianapolis, on
Wednesday night. Some unknown person
tied a basket ounulnlrqr colored Easter eicgs
mi oumm-iioiii wmeu nati uecn spnukluu
s iwnign on jini" poison to Mrs
Deschler's door. Mr. Deschler and her
onuuren Dartosjk freely of (h dalntjea and
aenpuu neam narrowly, cnri. Uusohler,
the ladv' divorced husband, I being held
CATTLK Active, firm and 610o.
higher; exporter 0 H0(7 14: good to
choice shlpo'iff 'trtroiO 20; common to fair
SO M-. i; i.i,. vmu 7Af4 isj- stockers
and fei-dcrs i ij.u j .
IKXiS-FIrm and 6c higher; light $7 10
t7 70; mixed pckln? f, yiil no- heavy
packing and shipping $7 6o'H To.
CATTLE Exports steers M 7Sr7;
good to heavy nattve ateer $tf2fto"70;
eomtnon to raadlum natlv steers ftoOfd
5&u; fair to good feeders Se7flraS26;
common to good stockers HM ftt); com
mon to choice native cows and holfers 13 90
r4 IXi: scalawag .3rt3 50.
SH llEP-Hlg'her. Good to fancy $i
I on; Medium . fair 84 76n 76; coinraon
sa 7.v- tMi.
H'XiS-Llght to good Yorknrs $7 206
7 40; common to good mixed parking i
7 4.1: Iumvv shippers $7 40(37 Ml bntchera'
to extra t7 4tir&7 skips and nulls $d 2ft
WHEAT-$1 OftW b.; April 0.1t;
M:y$l II V; June$l l.htrWsf : Julv (.1 llkj
vearJ 04 V h.
CPHN-Maieh MS; April 52-1 Mav
57s; .rune S7'(; July f'; August
OAT.S-Anrll 4o v, b.; May 43',H;
June 4H','(lH; July 42V: yoar)U,
WIIirVT-No. 1 while $1 IIS: No. 3
red A ;.r.l 1 l.'IVitT 20; Mav l 2I,WI 32
S ; .lu.fi,! 22So5l 2;l July id 21 bid,
)l 'J I linked.
CtH.'N Mixed western spot (JiMM V ; in
fin nre tuiioltS .
GA I Stilts fttjffift; Western Blo)
ST. t OUIS.
Wll E T March $1 OS S' h. ; April $1 OH Si ;
Mav H'." b.i June lasr? j July
1 08'. ; rear) On, Inter $1 M h.
Colt N -Mareh 4 b.: April JWHr&i. to
4H', ; M iv MSliiS to 81. closing at nli ;
Juiieo.T,, closln;At.V1'4 bi.lulvMV b.
OATS -March b; April 4:1 b'; My 43V
fU to July mi's b.
,1, ( ouatry Proilnee, Ete.
nUTTEit-Ther continues fair local
consumptive demand for choice fresh stock,
which range at aownoc for croamcry, nnd
mainly at 2ft for dairy I (occasionally ldic
more is oblalnod for gilt-edge likjs:) ace.
omls of cis unary at best dairy (rates, Ms
dlttm and low gmdrs of dairy packed con
tinues lu exceiilvn offering and slow to
move, even st material concessions ranges
(nominally) at KW1H. Northern Koll
Cholce at IHrlH; medium Wtl, Choice
neiir-bv make fair sain at l.Velil, and medi
um at'l.'iU. but low grads dull at U)fi2.
KGG.S. Illghrr at lAe. ; market strong
St close, Goose Eggs, 8OA80,
POl'LTKY-Llve-Cook8 78(94; mixed
$4 2.f4 ftt); Hens 84 WM; Turkey
ready talc at $l'ir,.1 for small golibler and
hens, and ltirrl8 for largs gobblers;
Ducks In damimd nt $.1 6dr4 for small to
medium, andftrVVH IV) for choice largsi
Geese neglected and nominal. Drisscd
Hmall sales of turkev at 10fl7 rh.
LI'lAU (julet. Sale, Soars Ileflned at
Country markets rather dull. Mixed
American eorn to arrive declined 3l. Spot
wheat firmer 1 No. 3 spring s 8d; No. 8
spring ts 4d; Western winter s M. Mix
ed Western corn firmer at fs4d. De
mind from United Kingdom aud Continent
moderate for wheat end eoro. Itee1
whs at Met week 898,8(0 Oasrsis, ad w-Jt
will cure dysrepiia,heartburn, mala
ria, kidney disease, liver complaint,
and other wasting diseases.
enriches the blood and purines the
system; cures weakness, lack of
energy, etc. Try a bottle.
is the only Iron preptration that
docs not color the teeth, and will not
cause headache or constipation, at
other Iron preparations will.
1 acliei and all sufferers from neu
iul;u, hysteria, and kindred com
plaints, will find it without an equal
Head and Circulate.
The Illinois Central R. R. Co.
Will sell any of l: remaining lands at oae dot
lar parsers less ihan the proavnt pness, from this
time until tna ilrst iUy of Omohur. 14. Alter
Ihatdat" the present pri:'e will e restored. Ail
who desire t purclia-e should avail thuusolve of
tills lllieral oiler ai 001 e. p, UAGQY,
Kol particular. Inquln; of
M. EASTEUDAY4 CO..
')' for I. U. U. K. Lands,
s, sri .1
shop ou llsllhluy Avenue, hetwoen I'.mrth and
Sixth Htreuts, Oulto, Illinois.
t fll kind id light and heavy tilacksoillblng,
wagon anil ratrlngu work done In the tnoM woik
manllko oiaimer. Ilorso-slioelng a specialty aad
m E. USTOE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
th Rime., hstwenn Com'l Ave. and Levee. '
OA I HO. Inferno It
CUOKK UOIUNO X SPKCUt.Tt
ALL KIHUtl Of AMUIWION. ,
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