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lMORNINQ, APRIL 6; imi
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CAIRO, liiiTNOlft. THURSDAY
Impurity of th
niood, Fever and
nd 11 Diseases
mum! by Dt-
ran;ement of Liver, Bowels and Kidneys.
SYMPTOMS Or A DISEASED LITEB.
Had Breath; I'ain in the Side, sometimes the
riln It felt under the Shoulder-blade, asUlakea for
heumatism: general lota of appetite; Bowels
generally costive, tometimei alternating with lax:
the head is troubled with pain, ii dull and heavy,
with contideraUt loti of memory, accompanied
with a painful tcnaationuf leaving undo nc something
which ought to have ben dune; a light, dry cough
and flushed lac ii lonietimn an attendant, oftea
mittaken for consumption; the palieut complaint
of weariness and debility; nervous, easily sunled;
fcet cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation
of the skin eiists; spirit, art low and despondent,
and, although satisfied that exercise would be bene
skial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it In fact, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the dif ae, hut caw
"We occurred when but few ( them tx'itfd, yet
lamination after death has shown the Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
It should be used by all persona, old
young , whenever any of the above
Parsons Traveling er living Id C
healthy Localities, by uVing a ion occasion,
ally to keep the Liver in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria, lillinus attacks, Dirtiness, Nats-
, sea. Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, etc. k
ill invigorate like t glass of wine, bat Is no la
' toxicatlas; beverage.
If Tou have eaten anything hard ot
digestion, or feel heavy after nuuls, or sleep
Use at night, take a dose and you will be relieved.
Time and Doctors' Dills will be saved
by always keeping the Begulator
In the House I
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
east pargatlve, alterative and tonic can
never be out of place. The remedy is harmless
and does not Interfere with baalnese or
IT IS PCBELT VEC.rTABLB,
And has all the power and efficacy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after effect.
A lovernors Testimony.
Simmons Liver Regulator has been in use in my
family for some time, end I am satisfied it is t
valuable addition to she medical science.
J. Gill Shorts, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander O. Ktephena, of Ga
syt : Have derived some ben-it from the use oi
Simmons Liver Regulator, at.J visa to give it
"The only Thing that never fan to
Believe." I have used many remedies for Dye.
Cpsia, Liver Afbctioa and Debility, but never
, ve found anything to benefit me to the extent
asmmoas Liver Regulator has. I sent from Mia'
nesota to Georgia for it, and would send further for
each a medicine, and would advise all who are sim
ilarly affected to give it a trial as seems ths only .
thing that never fails to relieve.
P. M. Jakktt, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. W. Mason says t From actual ex
perience fn the me of Simmons Liver Regulator il
say practice I have been and am satisfied to use
aad prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
Take only the Oenulne, which always
has oa the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
aad Signature of J. II. ZEILIN CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Q.EOKOE n. LEiCII, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Special mention paid to the Hoaseopathlotraat
aat of inrxical dlteaset, tud dlseaso of woman
tad children .
Office: oa 14th street, opposite the Poet QnY.
J)K. J. E. STRONG, "
128 Commercial Ave , Cairo, 111.
VAPOtt. ELECTRO-VAPOR no MEDICATED
A lady In attendance.
)B.;W. C. JOCFLYN,
r; j XENTI8T.
OPPICK Eighth Htreet, sear Comnxerclal Avert
R. W. WHITLOCK,
r .m I ..
Ornns-So, IN Commercial Avesoa, between
tests and Uinta (street - , f
PROPRIETOR t)r 6PROAT8 PATENT
WTioleHnle Dealer in Ice.
1CT BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELl
PACKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth 8treet and Levte,
Nelson County Whisky,
137 OHIO LEVEE.
ftRAW AND HAY
Eldest Cuh Prist Paid for Whttt
Death of the Venerable Phil
anthKnist at his Home.
On of the Most Prominent Chino
i ten in American History Gone
' to hii Eternal Reward.
Nkw York, April 4. Peter Cooper died
Of pneumonia at hulf-past tbre this mom
Mr. Cooper celebrated hU ulnety-incoid -birthday
i ebniary 12. He bail been aillnic
some time wltb a slight cold, nul Sumlnv
he vvm compelled to remttln In hed. Tbe
family physician was nummoiifd, and al
nee discovered that the pnltent was suf
fering from a severe stuck of pntni
nonla. C'ooper'i advanced rear
were a mat drawback-, to' hla
recovery. About S o'clock thUuiornin? he
sailed hi i inn. ei-Msvor Cooper, and Mia.
Jabram 6. Hewitt, lilii daughter, utid lior
family, to bis bednlde, iHylnn to lhrm be
knew be bad not lrg to live and they
tnust become reconciled to tbn fart. Ills
death occurred at exactly 8 a. m. He re
mained conscious up to the time of bis
demise and mado several remarks wlib re
tard to family affairs. Many friend-, of the
family and prominent citizens called at the
bouse and expressed sympathy with the
bereaved fumilr. Cooper was born In this
city February ii, 17fh!, and lived a life full
of honors, from early bnvbond-
Hit name identified with thn early
history of some of tbe most nouhlc Inven
tions and Improvements of th past
century. While In Baltimore, he built
after his own designs tbe first locomotive
enjrine turned out on this continent, it
being operated luccessfully on the Balti
more A Ohio Bailroad. II eB Invested
large capital in tbe iuvenslon oT the elec
tric telegraph. He served In -both
branches of tbe common council, and
was t atrong advocate for tbe building o(
tbe Croton aqueduct, at that time regarded
as a great work . Mr. Cooper early became
trustee of the public tehool society, subse
quently school commUsinner, and devoted
himself In ceaseless and unwearied efforts
for the advancement of education. One
reault of these efforts waa tbe erection ot
Cooper Institute, which coat about $2,000,
000, to which be added on endowment ot
$15,000 cah, besides other valuable gifts.
He liked to be known as a working
man, and he waa a philan
thropist in the truest sense. Hii father was
a lieutenant in the Revolutionary Army.
After the war he established a hat factorv,
In which young Peter worked. He sub
sequently followed eoacb-maklng. Then
he manufactured a patent machine for
shearing cloth, made cabinet ware, enraced
In tbe grocery business, and finally started
ai a manufacturer ot glue and lsinglaas.
which he has carried on for more tban
forty year. In 1888 be erected large iron
work In Canton. near Baltimore. He after
wards bult t rolling and wire mill In tbls
city. He removed tbe machinery in IMS to
Trenton, K. J., erecting the largest
rolling ailll then In tbe United States.
These works are still carried on bv Mr.
Cooper's family and have grown to very
extensive proportions, Including mines,
blat furnaces and water power.
Mr. Cooper' candidacv for tbe Presi
dency of tbe United States Ii fresh in
SPRAGUE TO THE FRONT.
The Boom for the Old Politician Alarming
FltOTlDKNCK, April 4. Nothing hasbeen
more surprising In the gubernatorial cam
paign thli year tban the sudden and un
looked-for panto which struck in, and
which has caused the prague movement to
atep boldly to the front.
Tuesday tbe politicians on both sides
were startled bv the announcement that
Col. Wra, Goddard and a large manufac
turing Arm opposed to tbo Spragues had
respectfully declined to contribute any turn
whatever. From these two large contri
bution! bad beon confidently expected, but
a Col. Goddard 'a friends, who wanted
him to be the Republican candidate this
year, were beaten by the Brarton faction,
It tt not surprising that he declines to help
advance another man to tne covetea post or
honor. The other manufacturers, although
pretty close In money matters, got a good
bare of tbe best of the Spragu
?roprty for a mere aotig, through
he agency of the Post-office syndicate, and
on that score they werecoualdered as abun
dantly ABLE TO SHKIX OUT,
but they did not do so. Three meetings of
the mansgers are reported to bave been
held on Monday, one to see what conld be
don towards drumming up money. On
of tbe managers confessed that 'things
looked very rocky all around. There is
really need of apprehtinaton on the part of
tbe Born men. They are not only grently
bothered on account of financial matters,
but there has beel bold and united action
by the Sprague men all over the State. In
East Providence they completely "mioed
under" the regular Republican General
Aatembly nominees of the caucus and
rave them a terrible drubbing.
From all over the State come returns
of coalition between the Democrats
and Republicans on the local Geneva! As
sembly tickets. This lm been done osten
sibly to further the local Interests, but it is
reafly a scheme to secure the votes of ultra
Democrats for Repullciin Assembly tickets
on which appear the names of one or two
well-known Democrat no that In cuse thete
ii no election by the people, the Republi
cans will have a majority in the Ilotiso ar.d
thus place Burn In the gubtrnutnrlitl rhnir.
Senator Aldrlch said that tturprlslng things
might be looked for. The Republicans
concede that If they elect Born It will be bv
a majority greatly reduced from wlitit they
claimed for him a week ago.
.. Mr, and M lee Lang 1 17,
Toronto, April 4. Miss Agnes Lang
try, the ehuperone and slatcr-ln-lnw of
Mrs. Langtry, who was reported to have
eloped from Nlagrn Falls with a Cuuatliuu
gentleman, who was said to bave exer
cised such strange and potent fascinations
over Miss Agnes, proves to be an intimate
friend of the Langtry In England, w ho
rent to Buffalo to meet Iter any bring her
to this city. There was no nilnundemtttnil
ing between Mrs. Laugtry and her sinter-In-law.
A reporter found MIns Langtry
at the home of her friends, Mr.
and Mrn. McKenalc. They wore all ex
tremely Indignant at tho dispatches which
were published reflecting on the lady's
tDaracter. There was no mystery about
er departure from Buffalo. Onto voy
age to .New York Miss Langtry renewed
ao acquaintance ot Mr. and Mrs. McKen
te. They enacted promise that when
i earn to Toronto with MIks Laturtrv she
would make a long visit. Her presence ,
i ere U nuniimeni 01 toe promise inna.
e (a en the very best terms with Mrs.
Mfrft never had any trouble about
ier Wrote and Is about te return to Kng
oad, u traveling la ttsle country dose not
I '. r a i nil
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Judge Gresham of Indiana the
Lucky Man. :
Interesting Postal Iteme-Arthur'e
Movemente-Star Route Trial.
Washing rof, April 4. The President
has appointed Walter (j. Uieibnraf of In
diana, to be Postma-ner-Gmieral. He It
dow United States Circuit Judge.
Judge Walter D. (TfeteamtavagantUtnan,
soldier and Jurist, with a lom;, honorable
record. He served with distinction in tbe
war. and was later appointed by President
Grant Judge of the Cnitod Mates District
Court at Indianapolis. In this capacity be '
has wou tbe confidence and respect ' of the
entire bar, and few, If any. of tin decisions
fc... .. V. 1 .1 1. I L
mil ever ucou urorruieu. jtntoiga. nevsr it
vigorous In health sine. a the " cinsa of tbe 'I
war, Judge Gresham hi phynieaUtqukl-tos-"f
tne new tatx . ainigoca nim,.j
buttbers will be gnashing of teeth among ,
ttio stalwarts, the old Morton wing of (be
Republican party in Indiana. The appoint-'
meut Is evidently the work ot Senator Har
rison, whose friendship for Grenhain wo
cemented a few years ago, when both were
waging a losing warfare 011 the political
principles of Senator Morton. The ap
pointment will also be construed Into an
open refutation of Tyner, Brady and tha
entire crowd who served as Morton's
henchmen. Judge Greiham's independ
ence of the partisan yoke was always a
thorn In tbe flesh of these Stalwart retain
ers. The Judge is about 06 years of age,
tall, dark-eyed, swarthy In complexion,
auu a man of affable manners.
THI arPOIXTUCNT AFFHOVKn.
Niw Yori, April 4. The President's
action In appointing Jutlgo Walter
Gresham, of Indiana, at Postmaster-General,
is commented n favorably in political
circle. Judire (iresham waa a nrilliant
uiuici uuilll ilio l'oiii'ii. huh a y
pointed to his present position of Judge of
tbe U. B. District Court by General
Grant. He Is able snd thoroughly Independent.-
Washixotom, April 4. -Judge Ores
ham accepted the appointment of Postmaster-General.
Washinoton, April 4. Henry M. Valle
was called in tbe btar-route trial. He said
be studied law at Louisville, was connerted
with tbe Evening Journal of Indianapolis
and afterwards practiced law at Kansas
Citv, He became connected with the mall
business In IMS. HI. relations wtth Brsdv
bad never been Intlmi4t. He never hail
any agreement or understanding that Brady
should extend favors to blm, either tor
money or for any consideration whatever.
Witness was Induced to assume an Inter
est In the business from tbe desire to help
Miner, who seemed te be in great trouble.
Before he came in witness went to Brady at
Miner's reauest and sought an extension ot
tbe time allowed for putting on service.
After having arguments Brady consented
to grant the extension, but no considera
tion was given for this action.
Tbo Pi-Misleau Gals t ristrltU
Washinoton, April 4. President
Arthur will leave for Jacksonville al noon
to-morrow. The report that the President
will visit tbe Yellowstone Park soon after
..White House to be without foundation.
,'The President will be aeeompanW by
Secretary tjnanaier, C .. Miller, or sew
York, and Private Secretary Pruden. A
special car has been placed at the disposal
of tbe party. They will go direct to Jack
sonville and make as few stops as possible.
From Jacksonville tbey will proceed up
the St. Johns River as far as Sunford.
Th"r expect to be absent about two weeks
It hat not yet been finally determined
whether or not tbe partv will return direct
to this citv. It Is likely however that a
short visit will be made to several of the
p.inclpal cities on tbe route.
Washington, April 4. Treasurer Wr
man paid tbe salaries of member of tne
Uoiiss of Representatives for the month
ending tbe 4th Inst. Payment was made
upon certificates Issued bv the Spi-aker.
Among those paid was Represent" tlve
Ochiltree, tbe First Comptroller having
withdrawn his prohibition In tbls case.
Pavment was, however, refused In the
cajte of Delegates Raymond and Slnglctcr,
the Comptroller having notified tbe Treas
urer thHt such payment would be charged
against his own account. It is supposed
the account of these delegates will b
settled in a short time.
Washinoton, April 4. The Jeannette
Court of Inquiry adjourned until to-morrow
to await the arrival of questions
forwarded by Dr. Collins.
is convalescing rapidly. The Inflamma
tion in his eye Is now tbe only trouble. He
received a large number of callers Tuesdiiv
and went out riding in the afternoon. He
took another drive to-day. .Nothing yet
has been settled about his proposed trip to
Sale o! Poata- Stamp, Rtc
Washington, April 4. The number
and value of stamps, stamped envelopes
and postal cards called tor by post-mutters
requisitions received at the Post-office De
partment to-dsy. is as follows: Number of
stamps, 28.000.(100! envelopes, 1,000,000;
postal cards, 2,000,000; aggregate value,
$7,000,000. Tbe orders exceed in aggre
gate any ever before received In oue day.
stale of Seal.
Cincinnati, April 4. The auction sale
for choice of season reserved seats tor the
Dramatic Festival bersn this morning at
College Hall. Tbe 11 nil was crowded and
the bidding waa unusually lively. The
Sroscenlum boxes sold for premiums in ail
itton to the regular charge for senstm tick
ets, aWollows: Flrt choice, Albert Mitch
ell&OO; second, C.H.Tafta'lmea-MarW.iOOs
third, It. E. J. Mile, ill amatic director of
festival, $225; fourth, J. 1. tanielsonll0;
fifth. Gen. E. V. Noyes, president of the
Festival Association $30; sixth. Adolph
Haas 37. Tbe first tingle suut was sold to
C. R. Mabloy for $110; second, J. T.
Care w $100; third, R O. Carcw $100 A
large number of sale were made at .fAO,
and at the seventh choice the premium bud
not dropped below $20. This sale no far
exceed any for musical or opera luntivals.
Grand Rapids, April 4.-E. P. Ferry Is
In the city. He Is busy settling up the
Kerry business complications, a task that
will require five or six years. But, if he
lives, Mr. Ferry says, every debt of the
firm will be p tld at 100 cents on tbo dollar.
He adds that the Senator Is In Toronto,
slowly regaining his health. He has under
consideration s trip to Utah. The Senator,
he says, bat been unofficially tendered the
position of Postmaster General, but will
not accept It. He also could have the
Spanish mission If hedeaired. He wants
nothing but health,
A ardarer'a Desperation
Whiti Plains, 'V. Y. . April .-Tbe
murderer of Cornettt was Drought In court
tbls morning and resentenced to be hanged
on May 11. Oe the way back to hit cell he
took off hit bat and bid tbe Sheriff good-bv,
made a spring to escape, waa caught of
ths Sheriff and MtlsUnU and oarrled to his
oell, tghtlng like Uger sad biting his
' (Tit) eisKa-aasMsao apveassgasjinsa, .
Boston, April 4.-TheTwkbury alsmsv '
hve Investigation, was. resumed to-day.
The obalrman asked to have the toeue
whether tbe bodies had been dellveresi to
tb medical tohoel eliminated, ee that
would not1 h disputed. Gov. fcutlsr re
plied that he stpected to prove that the
bodies had been delivered elsewhere, some
to , be skinned and . the skins to
be tanned. lie proposed t ,
shew that after the bodies- had
been buried they'had been taken up and
sent away, aatT he said he would go into
the graveyrJt) at Tewksbury and produce
tome alleged "remains." This Invest!-,
gatlen was to go en to prove that th testi
mony which had been given wst atolutly
false. Books which bad been tent to him
a records of tbe alms-house were not com
plete, and were copies of the original books.
He wanted the latter, embracing those re
cording deaths and the sale of dead boUUe.
The chairman suid It was claimed that n
dead bodies bad been sold, henoethers are
no ' records to b produced, , - but
the ' Governor said ' he . would
frove the oocwarv. Mrs. Tbemu resumed,
er testimony, correcting the statement
that a pound et butter weok given In-
inawtsaouianaveoeena pouno a soeai. .1
Hniftrl TAnnaM at lamala tmratsa It at ia taa 1
whe worked at Tewksbury from 1174 to
. 7 - - - - , - - - 1
J87T, testified that be bad all the dead te
bury while be was there. He took them
from- the dead-house under er
ilsl, Thomas J. Marsh, Jr., arxtCapt.
Manning used to come and get the
dead bodies, earning them away In two
tibc alr-tlght trunks.
liuiing the winter he was there the
bodies taken to Boston averaged 8ft te 84.
Thev were not tent in hot weather. No
pickling wa dons while he woe there.
Bodies received from tbe State prison for
burial at the Alms House were, with one
exception, nt away tor dlstsctlon. When
the witness loft be wat paid $100 for his
winter's work and for handling bodies.
He thought Tom Marsh used to collect
mouey from Harvard Collsge. The wit.
ness acknowledged be knew he had been
doing something wrong. Tbe hearing ad
journed to Monday.
nasal-Pax la JathvIM.
Nashville, Tenn., April 4. There ha
been some Increaso of small-pox in Edge
field, tbe eastern portion of tbe city, dur
ing tbe past week, but no new cue was re
ported Ttsterdaj and to dav from th
Health Office. The city population tspret
tv thoroughly vaccinated, and physicians
declare there Is no opprtbenaion el the
spread of tbe disease. A saore careful
quarantine of effective house ha been
ordered by tbe sanitary authorities, and
tbe Recorder Instructed to enforce the law
with regard to vaccination.
Sraasl Arsnr at Usa aVeawfclt,
Chicago, April S. General Sheridan
has issued tbe following circular dated to
dav : "In view ot the fact that th Cincin
nati Industrial Exposition and the meeting
of the Grand Army of the Republle at
Curnherlund on September I and 10. on rec
ommendation of the loeal Executive Com
mittee. I hereby give ratio that th state
of the meeting will be chanted t October
34, and tt." 1. H. Imbsudak.
President and Secretary of tbe Axjot of the
Srw Yohs, April 4. -The Herald says:
"General Logan is said, hv Washington
reports, to believe thai the Republlcra par
ty will take it next Presidential eandldau,
not from UUlo or Indiana, er from Maine
or Pennsylvania, but from nilnole. This
naturally lead bin to belleva tgat ha has a
chance, or, to put It tn polHlarloa Uiat
'ttgbinlng may: slrike aim.' At this mo
traeut tbe nomination teemt to ,11 between
irnstor Edmonds tnd Secxetarf Unoola. "
I A Vewspaaor. Mass isalrtate. 10
KewYork, April 4. Ifathan g. ICerM.
business manager of the Daily Hew, aaot
bimlMhioiigb th hetd this moralaghi
bltotflceand died Instantly. HU health
bad been Impaired by overwork, and for
some time he hm been very sick. . Recently '
sleeplessness added to ble trouble and
It is supposed hte retton gave war and he
tu insant when be took his life.
Rhode lalaast CJeetlea.
Proviprnck. R-1.,' April RtporU
from various parts of th State continue
favorable to the election of Brown and th
whole Republican ticket tnd a Republican
General Assembly. Sorague bat to for de
veloped less strength than was anticipated
by bis friends. Brown is still 1,000 ahoad
la the city.
MrLWAi'KRE, April 4. Asa rift oh of
the law firm of Finch, Mndan Miller, It
dead. He wat born In Geneva, New York,
In 109, studied law In Adrian, Mich.,
In 18&", moved to MUwauket In 1889, form
ing a partnership which It th oldest In the
Aeclrlenl to Ex-SVertatarThwnataa. -
Columbus, O., April 4. Ex-Senator
Thurman fell on the steps of hie resldenos
Tuesday eveaing and broke bis left arm
between tbe elbow and shoulder. Th
result, It Is thought, will not be ssrtout.
Murderer Hanged to Mafe '
Chic ago. April 4. The Hastings Jour
nal, Kelt., says: Ingram and Green, the
murderers of Cash Millet!, were hanged by
a mob of thirty-live masked men Tuesday
night. It Is not known what was' don
with Babcock, the other murderer.
ratal Eleetlaa Raw.
Chicaoo, April 4. Mason Pointer
ttabbed Geo. Young at Roundtree at tb
closing of the polls lost night. Tbe latter
Is dying. Both are colored. It wo an
election row, .
Carter Harrison was re-elnoted maror ef
Chicago and Republicans concede tbe elec
tion of the entire Democratic ticket by S.OOfl
to 10,000 majority.
The municipal elections throughout the
Slate passed off quietly. Democratic can
didates were elected everywhere.
The St, Louis Council will be composed
of tivi Detltucrate, til eleotrd yesterdav,
and eight lCt publiritnH, seven of whom held
over, and Mr. Oimmlngt, who waa eloct
ed. Tim next House of Delegates U made
t.p of tlftm a Deniotirate, eleven Republi
cans and two Independents, both the lat
ter being also DomofMt.
Party line ware not strictly drawn, and
the election passed off qnletlv. The I)em
ooratle candidal for Mavnr wat elected.
lit Helena the butinost men's ticket was
Latest returnt from Mondty't election
show that Champlln, Democrat, and
O'Brien, Republican, art elected Judgi of
the Supreme court.
In Lincoln the Republican tlry tloket was
In Omaha It la believed Champion S.
Cbate, Republican, wat elected Mtvor.
' In Helena, the Republican ettf Hehtt et
Monday's election wat fire tod,
excepting Treasurer, by tn overwhelming
majority.. ; ., ' . .
In Madison tbe Demoortts eleeted '
Mtvor. City Treasurer, and very Aldar
man, Supervisor and Juanee al th raae
OrLCStUMl riWM EUROrt.
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' LftW0r, April The recovery ef the'
Quta It lass rapid lb a ike physicians had
reaMnU exaeot. While she Injury to th
kaee is by no meaae ertos, it is feared
that tt may indirectly effeot her accustomed
good health by taiuinST hr to lose the dally
euHeor exercise with wbioh th had been
la the hahlt ef refretblng herself. Dr.
Jenner, Phystclaa-la-urslinary to the
Quean, ha djreeud that the tali almost a
complete rest ee the best meant of prevent
ing the swelling of the Injured part and re
ducing the aala. Tbls course will, It is
believed, soon reduce the slight Inflam
mation aad give Utr Majesty full use of her
J TSTS OBBIC'e HEALTH.
LoxDe, April 4. A dispatch from
Wladtar Cattle dated I P.m., says the
Queen's general health continues excellent
despite the roeautlonarr safeguards at to
eserds whf the phytloian Imposed, and
although not permitted to walk jet the took
e dftve daring theforoaaon.
CAM AD! AM RAUL way.
M-in about 1
bring about mr friendly rvtatlnns between
th Grand Trunk and Canadian Central
Hallways. It la urged by those whe pro
fS to know that an agreement between
th two rival railways, wbereby tbe rail
way trrto t she entire Dominion al
moet would b virtually united undor on
monopoly, .Would prone conducive to the
Interests f th thareholdors of both con
tent. Although the ultimata Issue Is ret
In donht. some attempt f ih kind It In
, tiU3t,"Aprii4. The trial of th pris
oner charged with th Pbumlx Park mur
ders and other rrtmet, which was expected
t begin Tuesday ntit, will be postponed
for a few days, owing to the fact that suffi
cient funds have net been raised for tbe
conduct of ths dfsa of the prisoners. It
Is the Intention of the accused men when
atked on arraignment If tbey are ready for
trial, to request that thev be furnished with
count!. The trials, It tt ttld, will be de
laved until their counsel have been Instruct
LntsmcK, April 4. Th public meet'
Inc which was Lld here Tuesday for the
purpoee ot giving to Pareoll a substantial
teetlmonial of th estimation in which he Is
held, proved to be a natoo. Oaly forty
Krtont subscribed to a projtcted fund
r raising th taeumbrano on his
farm, and the MBtm was temporarily
Michael Davit hot written a vigorous let
ter to the Young Ireland lottery of Glas
gow, in which he soys tha dynamite policy
can only have th effect of exasperating tb
English demeray. He declares It would
be far batter to work and malt for another
twenty yearn than to play into the hands of
Ireland 't enomlee by giving rein to despair
; ralswllast ii few a.
Davawroar, It., April 4. The Su
preme Court of Iowa reassembled this
morning. Judge Nouroe, of Des Moines,
ooatlnued the argument In behalf ot the va
lidity ot the prohibitory amendment to the
State Constitution. He spoke until 11
o'clock, having made an argument of hours
tnd t half. The Chief Justice Immediately
announood that th ourt wat ready to bear
A ! Mat.
Dmrvmi,' Col., April 4.-Erly this
morning a gUaetrout ire occurred at
Grhry, gfty mile north of Denver. 71.
W. Hall ACo., hardware and furniture,
sHAJsipmaV dry jrood, ruffe red
tsNvKMtsrtsvtvd htt-sa. The I7aia Bonk
Building ad taa Meaaaic aad Odd Fl
,Jw't kali - wan ttasueysd. Kttimatod
I Cvnu C Dksxsrr," a- are tjknwa 1 loan
palitielani attempted oriolde Sunday nigh -by
nafMsif htsnsetf trftV a knife, and by
pnrg liood veeeet in ntTarm. Hit'
oii4Utiaa In artttasi. - Dicfcey was rnoeatiy
di4argad ' from hi - position In a
whole house, and thl was Impelling
muse af the attmptd slf-dttructla.
MARCH 4, U8J.
ITieVinM; salxsd packing $7 10VS7 86;
kMvy packing and shipping 7 1(37.
CATTLE Qult. Exports $d mm HO;
good to sbolot ohlpplng $0 Of0 AO ; 00m
moa to fair It 40M: butihere $S Km;
stooktra and feeders it IQCM. ,
vTHXAT April $1 OS bid ; May f 1 08 V ;
Jan fl Otft; July$l 0SK; year $1 02 W
CORN-April M Y; May M'i ; June M X ;
July7KAM; August Mk bid.
OATS April 40M 1 May 44(944 ; June
ax; July 41 K; year SS x .
WHEAT May fl 10K ; June $1 20 V
COKN May M; JuneM.
OATS May MX bid; June S2H(aV2V.
WHEAT-Easler; No. X red $1 10.
OATS -Easier at4t4v.
RYK-Dull at eiratt.
CatsttttT rrada, Bte.
or. i.ouis. C3
BUTTER Medium ond low grades un
changed. Creamery Choice to fancy !Mft
Mo; seconds at best dairy rates. Dairy
Choice to fancy sTWsil, occasionally a shade
more for gilt-edge pkgs; medium and low
grades nominal at 1W16. Near-by make
not plentiful, but demand limited.
Choio 15l7, medium 1S7S14. low grade
10011. Sales: t7 tubs oholoe creamery
M; It dairy Id; IS fair de 33; 84 medium
KiOSLowr and dull at 18.
POUMRT-Live-Chlckens steady and
unehsngon; Turksys In demand. W
Eii Cblkn ck $8 50(a878; mixed
S8; hens N tOtiM 78: Turkeys-$1J .
r neat tnd small gobblers and $l8'3is
for Ism gobblers: Duokt elraall to medi
um 8Mnp4; etseiee te fancy $4 8043 ; Ueese
neminal. DreadedTurkeys qulut at
LEADISeMftrrefned for present
dtllvtry eatha netrtlv days.
CAnLC-Bayert oUert $dV7 15;
good U heavy native ttaora oWK)7:i
aomsnonta mdhtmniiv ste.r 84f0f
178; fair to gaed foodera $4 7fl6 78 ; com
mon to gaed etaekate A w.t4 1; common
to ehoioe aoUve eaws aad hlfre $3 VM
4 W; tcalUwagf MSN. -
SHEEr-vaHaasW Oaad ta fanoy So 80
880; nsetTlumttlkdi IdllMtS; sommon
HOOt-eHrosjg pd doand active.
Isrht ta tod Trkre 17 asVSJT M: kavv
ohrnplng ft t4H ; nbadMkln $7 eWw
tef; 'huuhose weBtraMiU; tlApt sad
. I tpriug
trhont t arrh
datltaodii. fewtat dial and easier;
Ve. tnrirt n U Va- spring S 8d
Wtsenth wSarts, Llfod wtra earn
dnll oft el Md. . Demand
lrst I aimd tmd CaUnM dull
' - " UvYmTwwU
Oetjitry nurketf ?e!er
mtxed AnMrieaa aata j aaast
M. js. ispmf Mwmir e
whWs4esaH-,ned Ut I
red wtaf aad O. rnla
will cure dyspeptuertbnrn, mala
ria, kidney disease, liver complaint,
and other wasting diseases.
enriches the blood and purifies the
system j cures weakness, lack of
energy, etc. Try s bottle7
is the only Iron preparation that
dues not color the teeth, and will not
cause headache or constipation, a
other Iron preparations will.
ladies and all sufferers from nta
ralgiA, hysteria, and kindred com
plaint':, will f n ul It without an equal.
Head. anil Circulate.
The Illinois Central R. It. Co.
Will sell any of It r-mainlttg lamia at on dol
lar per acre Wt. than the prftit price, from talt
time until the tlrnt day of October, 14. All
that dttt tbe present prl e will be restored. All
twho rteslrt) tn purcha-e hoald avail tbttmselvt of
ibis UU-ral ofl'tr at uni.e. f. PA war.
, j - . Lead C'ommtMlon.r
Fi perticaMr tnqtilre of "
I . : M. KASTBUD.iT A Ct..
AH, fur 1 C. R. R. La4s.
Shop on HaMliluy Avtiniui, hi-lween Ifunrth aa4
HlTth Hirvt, Cairo, Illlnnl. r
tVAIt kinds il light stttl iteaw Macksraltalaav
asKon and rarrlauu work diuis In th mol warh
maullke otauiicr. II irsr-sUiH'tna' a speaalty aad
JJw E. I2STOB,
MatiufetnriT snd Doalet la.
' i ' 4 I -K
e ta4 ' ' 1 W 1
'If 3 R 2
. U -sb
6 5 -pi 20
Sth Bte,, between Oomt 4ve, and Law. t?t : ".
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