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THE CAIRO DAILY
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 8. 1883.
Natural Fruit flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruits, with'
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or art fie
ial Essences. Always uniform in sfenqth,
'out any adultorutions or impurities.
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as the rr.ost delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, ifc.
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never ben kn"n to tprra 1 hae the Kluid was.
uwl Vill ; fever hn been ci.rcd il after
black vomit had taken jilare, The wont
c of iMptuheru itld to it.
refreshed and ar-i
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ed by bathing with
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( leans the Teeth,
it can't be suipjsjtd.
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Ilurn relieved uiunily,
oil mil heiled rapid!)',
An Antidote for Anlmil
or Vegetable foment,
I u.eJ the Fluid during
CAir present affliction wu.'i
Scarlet Fever wiih de
cided advantage. Ji it
iiidiiperuiKe t the ick
room. Wm. F. Samd
ri'li). Eyrie, Ala.
A member of my lam
i!y was uken with)
Sraill-p' . I used the
I iuid . the patient
not deliriPus, wa not
pitted, and about
t '-.e house again in three
eeU, and nci other
had it. -J W. Pak.
The phyiirian here
me lJarbvi Fluid very
tuccetttully in the tceat
Greens bo ru, Ala.
Tetter dried up.
llrer purified and
In rune, of Denth it
thould be used about
the corp it will
provent any unpleas
The eminent lhT
SIMS, M, l., Kevr
York, saw : "I am
convinced Prof Darby ,
Prophylactic Fluid it a
Yaiiderbllt University, Nashville, Tenn.
. I testify to the most eicellent qualiuet of Prof.
Darby Prophylactic Fluid. At a disinfectant and
determent it it both theflretii.ally and practically
tupenur to any preparation with which I am ac
quainted N. T. Lci-ton, Prof. Chemittry.
Darby Fluid U Keroniniended by
Hon. Alexander H. SrEPHKNs, of Georgia;
Kev. Chas. F. IAkus, D.D., Church of the
Stranger, N. V.;
Ins, LiC'inte, Columbia, Trof .Univerjitv.S.C.
Kev. A. J. Battl, Prof., Mercer University;
Rev. Geo. F. Pikkci, bishop M. E. Church.
INDISPENSABLE TO EYEKY HOME.
Perfectly harmless. , Used internally or
externally fir Man or Beast,
The Fluid has been thoroughly tested, and we
have abundant evidence that it has done everything
hte claimed. For iuilit information get of your
rut,'gist a pamphlet or tend to the proprietors,
j. ir. zeiux & co
Manufacturing Chemists, PHILADELPHIA.
EORGE H. LEiVCII, M. D.
I'hvsioian and Surgeon.
Special attention paid to th Homcot,. I'hic tr'at
ni' nt of miri,tcai disMi.', and rtlse- of wonon
(JlUce: t)n UlU firoiit, pM"t'.f th Pot Oflice,
U. J. 13. STRONG,
128 Commercial Ave., Cairo, III.
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II AT IIS
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Kd't.iand Nltlh Htrentu
JOHN 8PROAT, .
PROPRIETOR OF SPROIT'B PATENT
Wholesale i)calor in l?e.
KF BT THE CAR LOAD OR TON,WFJI
TACKED FOR 8HIPFINO
Oar L.oa4s a Specialtv.
Cor, Twelfth Stiot and Le?ee,
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Cured. I ,
The Dreadful Deeds of Dyna
England, France, and Russia Ap
parently at the Mercy of
London, April 7. At a meeting of tb
mmnl.m of ritrliitinetit and other promt
Dent perto ii ii,t hijfhl, In rnnnr-rlloii with
a vIlfilHinre tiorieiy for the defence of pur
o:il rl).'ht, the pritiolual tojiln of diaeun
Ion vai tbn reT)Mied intention ot the au
ihorltle to lortn a tiranch tlr-turtlva force,
whoa (lit t jen wili be epeclnlly to inqulra
into oflcnM ai UitiK from polli'ical dliaflec
tiona. It was announced that .Sir William
Harcourt, the Home Secretary, would be
quetinnc(l In the C'ominoiiH In rt-Kard to
what action the Government would take In
London, April 7. Renewed tbreau
have been made to destroy the MandieM'r
Town Hall by uieunn of 'exploHives. The
authorities In conre(tieoi' liave taken jirnnt
precaution" to prevent the destruction of
A4KKD rOB TROOPS.
Tbe Mavor of BirmlnKham, fearing an
effort to effect a release of VYbitebad, hr
liked for an obtained troopi to aiilt In
guarding tbe Jail In which he licoufined.
FRtHONKKS ON TRIAL.
LlVtRPOot. April 7. Deahey and Tlan
a(ran, arrcted recentlv for bringing infer
nal machine and explosive Into the coun
try from f ork, were arralfrned to-dav. Tha
Crown announce it Intcutton to and that
the prUoner be committed on a charge of
having exp!oe In their pontesiinn with
felonious intent, and also on a charge of
conspiracy, with a view to commit felony
with various pemoim, known and unknown
to the Crow n.
London. April 7. Another arreit wai
made to-day In connection with tba mn
piracy to destroy life and building. Tba
man apprehended I named John Kirton.
He wan taken into custody thla morning at
the Eatton Hallway Station, London. It
I ttuted that Kirton b.id only recently ar
rived here from the United Statci. He
refused to ubmlt to peaceable arrRt, and
made rae resistance. He was arraigned
in the Bow .street I'ollce Court thii after
noon and formally remanded.
Parts, April 7. Jamei Stephen. Ft-Head-Center
of the nlan, in an Inter
view stated that if Farnell would Join the
Revolutionist all the wrong of Ireland
could be redressed ly the word. .Stephen
condemned the use of dvnaraite or knlf In
the tru$.'gie against "English misrule."
London, April 7. A large number of
Fenlim document were discovered at Sl
ford and forwarded to Sir William Har
court, borne secretary. The paper in
clude letter from member ot Parliament.
London, April 7. Norman , Gallagher.
Wilson and uitlton have been removed
from the Jail ut C'lerkenwel) to the prison at
Mlibank. The transfer wa made under a
itronit escort of policemen, a It w feared
an attempt would be made to liberate the
Liverpool, April 7. Doney and Flan
Ipan were committed for trial at tbe Assi
ze, bail being refused. The prUoner
reserved their defense.
flur.ov, April 7. Tbe police have
taken Into custody man named Bernard
Gallusher. who It charge with
causing the explosion at the gas-works
here. Gullaghcr Is an Irish-American and
brother of the man of the same name ar-r-'terl
at Lambeth last Thursday. He w
arralirncd at the Police Court,' when he
declared be was innocent of the charsre laid
against him and that he onlv left the L'nltud
.states on the St b of lust February. He
wa reuiauded to prison for eight yar.
Tralkb, April 7. The police learched
even house here occupied by person
nsainst whom information has been lodged,
Thev arrested a man named Kelly, formerly
a La'nd League organizer, and another man
who had in bis possession firearm and
Paris, April 7. The dynamite fiend
are still at work In the vicinity of Montccau
lea Mine. Friday night u cartridge con
taining dynamite wa placed in the cavity
in the tower of Chateau Plessl. near that
town. The cartridge exploded, but did
verv little damage. The chateau 1 not
AFRAID OF DYNAMITE.
Taris, April 7. Arreita In London
and other cities of England of men having
explosive In tbolr possession cause consid
erable uneasiness here. Fears are enter
t lined that attempts will be made to blow
Up building in Pari. To prevent the In
troduction into their house of anything of
an explosive nature owner of large estab
lishment are slopping up the openings to
cellars as was dotie in the time of tha com
mune, LOUIS VEUILLOT DEAD.
Paris, April 7. Louis Veulllot, tha
celebrated French uutber and JournalUt, la
St. Peteuprlmo, April 7. The gre
trial of the Nihilist will begin here Mon
day next. It i stated that the Crown will
Invoke the extreme penalty of the law
aizalnst six of the prisoner. The trial of
twenty-six other Nihilists will becin Satur
day next at Odessa.
An Eiubcaclor Plenda Onllty and la
St. Loi'18, April 7. George W. Mei
ser, recently employed aa bookkeeper for
Udell, Scbmlcdllng A Co., to-day pleaded
guilty In the criminal court to au indict
ment for embezzlement. Melaer Is a young
man and was for aoveral years a
trusted employe of the above named
firm, but during a recent examination of
the book atnrtllng irregularities, were dis
covered and a detloit of $1,000. A warrant
was issued charging tbe embezzling
of this amount. A further examination
discovered the fact that the total amount of
money unaccounted for footed up
nearly .ft, 000. By advice of hli counsel
Melser to-diy pleaded guilty, and In
coiulderatlon of nis prevloui ijnod char
actor he wa sentenced to the Penitentiary
tor two years. A second Indictment,
growing out of the same defalcation, waa
nolle pressed. Aa Judne Van Wagoner
pronounced the sentence tears welled to tha
prisoner eyes, and be waa removed to
Lost on at Bar.
Browmsvule, Tex.. April 7. Th
American schooner Estella add tha Mexican
pllot-boitt Teodorlto have been lost on
bar at Tucpam during a norther. All
bauds were tiwned.
-Kirttand, O., April 7. Tbe Latter
DaygalnU will effect a perm-itinut re
organization of their chinch soviet y to-day.
The reunion of yesterday hit aroused a
great deal of enthusiasm among the antl
polygamou Mormon, who think that the
celebration will brlnar many new members
Into their society. The Itev. Z. H. Gurlr
aald: '-We hope the United State Gov
arnment will draw a distinction
between the reorennized Church
of Latter-Day Saint and thou
of latter day devil at ( tab. I would
rather have my child a rank intidcl than a
Utah Mormon practicing polygamy. ' ' John
W. Gilbert, of Fall Hlver, 1h., and the
Rev, Eppelhauser spoke iut evening.
Klrtlandi onlv a few mile from Meiiion.
ISA large nu mSer of delegates arrived tn
ILe morning from tho wi tcri and south
western Bute. William B. Smith, the
surviving brother of Joeph smith, held a
prayer-meeting at 8 o'clock In the Temple.
The conference reconvened at 10:80 a. m.
Tbe committee on credential made a re
port and permanent ortran z itlon 1 now
being effected. The report of foreign
miasions Is tbe first buslues of tbe after
noon. Salt Lake City, April T.The second
day's session of the fifty -third annual con
ference of the Mormon Church opened this
morning with a large attendance. The ad
dresses so far have been remarkable for
tbelr moderate tone. The conference is
now discussing a proposal to increase tbe
number of foreign and home misnionarie.
Springfield, April 7. There were
only a couple of dozen of Senator in their
places this morning. Mr. Kirk presented
report from the Joint committee appoint
ed to visit the State charitable Institutions.
Tbe report was accompanied with a recom
mendation that one thousand copies be
printed by unanimous consent. Tit
report was accepted and the printing or
dered. Tbe Senate then attacked tbe bills
on a second reading, of which there were
over fifty on the calendar, but got discour
aged when a dozen or more had been
worked off, and adjourned at 11 o'clock to
meet again on Monday morning.
There was an Interesting session In tbe
Bouse. Senate bills were read a first time.
Committee report were received. The
rules were suspended and bill on a first
reading run through. The regular order
was resumed, which was bill on second
reading. A few were discussed and ad
vanced to a third reading and tha House
Another Big Billiard Match.
St. Louis, April 7. -Mr. J. W. Me
Cullagh ha completed all arrangements for
tbe match game of billiards between Jacob
Scbaefer and Maurice Vignaui, which will
take place lu Masonic Hall, on Friday
evening next. The table will be placed in
the center ot the hall and arata will be
built around It In amphitheater style, so
that every pctator will have a full view of
tbe game. Mr. McCuilugh stated this
morning that It will be no exhibition affair,
but an actual match. Scbaef
er and Vlgnaur have expressly stipulated
that they would not play unless It was sot
tied that tbe winner got all tbe gate money
less actual expense. Mr. McCullagh was
further required to guarantee this sum
would reach f3O0. Vlgnaux is anxious to
fet get even with Scbaefer, and as tbls will
e the first meeting, after the tournament,
each will plav as bard as be can . Tbe gam
will be 1,A00 point atralght billiards,
WasniNOTON, April 7. Lieut. Pratt,
In charge of tDe Indian School at Carlisle,
In a recent report to Commissioner Eaton
says: We have returned from Carlisle
about 150 pupils since we began our work.
Two-third to three-fourths of them are
exerting a most valuable Influence on
their tribes. Many of them are
used by tbe Hgenl In tbe schools
and workshops and In tbe office of
the agency. We have an Instance of a
voung Sloiix wbo, after three years at Car
IlsK ha so fitted himself in penms'tsblp
and knowledge of office duties a to get a
aalarv of $00 a month as assistant cleric. I
would, however, revert to tbe original
Idea, and that i the absorption of the
Indians in our population the same as that
of all other races that come from foreign
ahores to tt. We have upwards of fifty
millions of people and but 2U1,(Hai Iudlana,
one Indian to every 2o0 of our race. "
J eft Davie Oration.
N'kw Orleans, April 7. Incident to the
ceremony of decorating tbe graves of the
Confederate dead lu this city yesterday,
and laving the corner-stone of the monu
ment to be surmounted by an etjuestrlan
statue of Albert Sidney Johnston, an ora
tion was delivered by Jefferson Davis,
In which be eulogized the characteristic
dead leader. In Johns-
ton he recognized a strong pil
lar to the Confedei io'v. and when he fell on
the field ot Shlloh the mightiest column
which sustnlned.tbe cause bad fallen. II
died In a moment ot victory and had he
lived half an hour longer be would have
made Grant a prisoner or a fugitive. The
Confederacy had three great leader,
Lee, Jackson and Johnson, who would
compare with leaders of antiquity or
modem times. At a banquet In the even
ing the speaker reiterated tbe sentiments.
Tttc Corning Irian Congress.
- New York, April 7. Tbe Sun say:
"In view of the grave event now transpir
ing in Great Britain, the people of this
country will watch closely the proceedings
of the approaching congress of Irish
Americans at Philadelphia. Will
that assembly beed Paruell's fierce
denunciation ot tbe evils done to Ireland
by the apostle of murder and dcitructlou
Or will the action of Congress be controlled
by two or three Incendiary newspapers
which would gladly ruin Pamell anil Uav
Itt because they cannot control them, and
by half a dozen reiugees who care not to
what peril thev expose their countrymen at
borne, and who know nothing about Amer
ican public senilmontf "
Iron WorUera, i
Pittsburg, April 7. The national con
vention of tbe Amalgamated Association of
Iron and Steel Workers assembled here this
morning for the purpose of arranging a
scale of wages for thu ensuing year. Forty
eight delegates were present from all parts
of the oouutry. Tbe sessions were held
with closed doors, hut after adjournment
President Jarrett was seen, and from him It
was learned that tbe morning session w as
taken up almost entirely In effecting an
organization. The proceedings wore 'har
monious. No demands for an lucreaso have
been made, and the probabilities are that
last year's scale will be reauiriued.
Pilot's Crnal Tnklii(-Oft.
New York. April 7. Hcnrv Burgh, the
defender of all animals, ba written a letter
to Barnum, the circus man, condemning
he killing of elephant Pilot. Ills argu
ment is that kindness Instead of cruelty
would have subdued the animal. Bur mini '
reason for killing Pilot was that he con
sidered It safer than to subject his patrons
Ceneesalons to Contrae tors.
Chicago, April 7. It was feared that
tbe present strike would Interfere with
tha construction of the new Board of Trade
and other large public structures, but con
tractors assert that II will not. Tho Build
Ing Committee ot the Board of Trade say
they will make concession to the contract,
or lu tbe present emergency.
Hot entltr of order.
Mii wauem, April 7. Tha trial of Mm.
Jane Vernier, at Weat Bend, for the al
leged polsonln,! ef bar mother and brother
with doctored loup, ended this morufug I
Uw Terdlot of Ml guilty.
I Backet btaop 'Tie Here.
Cincinnati, April 7. -Judge Maxwell!
In the Court of Common Plea, overruled
tbe motion of F. A. Bradley, proprietor of
what is known aa the bucket shop, to tu
perpetual tha temporary injunction
heretofore granted restraining the West
ernUnlon Telegraph Company from remov
Irg the Instrument known as a ticker from
hi office and refusing to give him market
reports. The temporary Injunction was
dissolved and tbe case dismissed. The
Judite said the telegraph company was hilly
Justified In withholding reports upon the
ground that thev were used for deciding
wager. That this was the use to which
the rep. r were put was evident from tbe
fact that neither Bradley nor any of his
customer had any arrangement or facili
ties for bundling grain.
Tba Rocky fork Traa-ady.
Alton, HI.. April 7. -There la some
thing 'new" in the Rockv Fork case, but
the officers refuse to divulge It. State's
Attorney Yager was closeted with the
sheriff and two or three citizen from that
part of tbe country all yesterday dlsmuelnr
that mysterious murder. He
decline to say who they nupeet but admit
that there Is a strong probability of a
speedy capture of the guilty persons. He
doos not say that tbe suspected person live
In this vicinity, but Infers yrtt ich. Tbe
officers searched Sam Welch s noue. hut
found nothing to criminate him. Welch's
greatest crime was probably over officious-ness.
A niaasfrons Htornt.
New Orleans, April 7. Heavy rain
and a thunderstorm occurred hre thla
mornine. Water covers tbe rear of ths
cltv. Tbe race have been postponed.
During the storm a break occurred In th
levee Just below the Texa and Pacific
Depot at Gouldsboro, nearly opposite ths
bead of Louisiana avenue. The break il
lJW feet wide and 7 feet deep. Th
wind during fhe storm drove the watr
over tbe levees opposite the cltylnrn ti r
Killed In a Collision.
VtiNNiAEO, Manitoba, April 8. The St.
Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba express col
lided last evenitii with a freight train in
Nlverville, midway between this place and
St. Vincent. Engineer Wm. Robinson wss
killed and Wm. Blaekwell of Burford,
Ont,, probably fatally Injured. Several
patsengers were silently bruised. The
employes of the freight train Jumped In
time to ave their lives. Both engines were
wrecked and several cars of freight de
A Tonthfnl Barflar.
Cincinnati, O.. April 7. A bny four
teen years old, giving his name a .Toe nr
rigan, and saying hi borne le Baltimore
and that his uncle Is comptroller of that
city, has been found guilty of burglary of
a freight cur and sentenced to tbe State
Reform Farm hv Judue Johnson.
New York. April 7. Loans, increase,
.f 1,608, 800; specie, increase. fl.tVtt.AOO;
luteal tenders, decrease. $87(1,100; deposits,
Increase, $l,u8ti,3i). circulation, decrease.
$42.!; reserve, increase, J), 430. The
bank now hold $3,701,000 below the legal
Peter Cooper' Fnneral.
New York, April 7. There 1 a gen
eral display of flags at bulf-mast through
out the city. lu. honor --of- "the memo
ry of Peter Cotmrr, whoe funeral
took place to-day. The funeral wa large
A 8.10,000 Burglary,
William antic. Conn., April 7. An
sell Arnold i Co.'s wholesale flour and
feed store was entered Friday nlifht. the
safe blown open and robbed of a
mull amount of money and from $23,000 to
$30,0.K3 In bonds.
CrtiCAfio, April 7. At a meeting of tba
bricklayers lsl night it was decided to con
tinue the strike and It wa decided that th
threat of contractors to Import workmen
would not succeed.
Des Moines, la., April 7. It Is reported
that horses are suffering in a few localities
In this State from plnk-eyo, glanders and a
kind of nervous disease, termed by tome
Portland, Me., April 7. The steamer
Brooklyn ran ashore at Hog Island last
night. The passenger were ta
ken oft. She Is budly aground and full of
Ottawa, April 7. Rumors of the recetpt
of letters threatening the life of the Mar
qui of Lome and the recent auspicious
occurences at Rldeau Hall cause some alarm
Augusta. Ga., April 7. The In
duttrlal Works, a manufactory of
buckets, tubs, and similar ar
ticles, was burned tbls morning. Lot
Dks Moines, la., April 7. Tbe State
Agricultural College here I temporarily
closed, on account of the breaking out of
scarlet fever among the ttudeuu,
Bohton, April 7. The losses at the Ho
tel B.-rklev aggregate $170,000, of which
j l.Vt.ooo I personal property and f .0,000 on
Two notorious counterfeiter were
arrested ten mile abov.j Roclieport Mo,,
on Thursday night, while they were in the
act ot making two half dollar.
A little daughter of Newell Marques, In
townsblv, O., was burned to death on
Friday by ber clothing catching fir from
an olii-fasbloned fire-place,
President Arbur anil iiarty arrived at
J.ieksonvil'e, Fla., on Friday evening,
liny were received hv a salute of artillery
mid tbe cheers of 10,000 citizen.
John Bradsbaw, a roloreil citizen of
Troy, Mo., waa on Friday Indicted for
bigamy. Several other colored men of the
same town aro said to be liable to tbe same
misfortune for the tame offense.
Bismarck, replying to a congratulation
from the Crown Prince of Germany on the
occasion of hi birthday, declared that h
Intended to devote Oie remainder of hi
life lo consolidating the finance of the
Frazlar Cuntlff, a negro waiter. 2S vear
old, was arrested In Boston, on Fiidny.
charged with tbe murder of Mrs. Etta
Caroton at Watertown three weeks ago,
He told hla companions that her huaatnl
gave him $250 to do the Job.
Maggie Dooley, nineteen year old, a
pretty girl, daughter of a well-known
e nicer ot Richmond. Vs.. eloced recently
with a negro named John West. The
couple were arrested in Petersburg on Frt-
oay. i ne gin denies inai snt na imen ul
timate with Weet.
P. II. Buroh, who styled himself in
numerous advertisement In Chicago, St.
Paul, La Crosse and St. Louis paper a
the "Union Manufacturing Coroptny of
Galena," III., has run away with from
$30,000 to $40,000 receive from the mall
in retnltUnoee for goon advertised by kin
ud wbloli t UMrt Hwntui,
His Stack Board Almost Deserted and
Transactions not Paying Exntei,
New Yore, April 7. Tbete are dull
daya In Wall street. Business at tbe Stock
Exchange has come almost to a stand-stili.
The transactions for the week Jut ended
make the smallest aggregate recorded for a
long time. A satricai member suggested
that th main floor be given up lo the
chess-players, aa the parlor would afford
ample accommodations for all the business
that Is transacted. This, of course, is an
exaggeration. Only a Utile more than
100,000 thares of stocks now change hand
every day, and it la estimated that three
fourths of these transactions are the result
ot purchases ot sales by member of
the Eichauge, wbo buy or sell .with
a rlevv to sustaining or depraetlns;
particular.-' oekj, or who simply
trade with the hope of making a fractional
profit. All the heavy operators are mem
ber of the Exchange. They never go up
on the floor, but the fact of their belug
members prevent the brokers who exe
cute their order from charging more than
$2 for each lot of 100 shares bmighi or aold.
The regular charge to an outsider is one
eighth ot one per cent, upon the par value
of the stocks. As shares usually represent
nominally $100 each, tbe par of a hundred
Is $10,000, and the brokers' regular charge
is therefore (Vi 50 for buying and a similar
amount for selling 100 share. Tbe
penalty of dolnsr business for less than this
for any outsider I expulsion from the
Exohamr and confiscation of the
aeat. Thus the outsider wbo enters Into
stock speculation has to par S2A for every
complete transaction In V)6 shares, wht'e
tba board uiemuer pars but $1 for the same
service. In the 'lull market wherein every
one-eighth counts the advantage which this
fact alono gives to outsiders is immense.
Assuming that three-fourths of tha trans
actions are Inside business, and that the
total sales 800,000 thares in a week, then
tbe whole sum earned in commission bv
the 1,100 member of the Exchange, be
tween Monday morning and Saturday after
noon, il but $44,300, or but little more than
$42 per week for each member.
To form an Idea how far that sum goes
toward paving expensus, one need only walk
through Wall, Broad and New streets, the
lower part of Broadway and Exchange
Place, look Into the spacious and richly
furnished offices of the commission firm,
with their carpets, curtains, pictures and
expensive wafnsootting, nunc the corps
of clerks, book-keepcri, messenger and
telegraph operators, the private telegraph
line to distant cities and all tha expensive
paraphernalia of a thoroughly equipped es
tablishment. It is no wonder that tbe
beads of firms pull long faces and "wonder
bow long this sort ot thing can last," or
that ths younger member of the Exchange,
who execute the two-doiiar business, de
clare that they are not earning their fixed
charges. ' ' Nor i it any wonder that eat
In the Exchange are offered at lower
price. They were hi demand tome
months ago at Wl, 000, and few cared to
ell. To-day they are aro offered at $10,
ooo, and no one scents anxious to buy at
Tho Monsvy Mnrkel.j
New York, April 7. Five. extended
10-iS bid; 4Si 113V; 3 103 H'. Purl Ho 6
frt3 1J8 bid. Money 5("tS. Prime mercan
tile ti'-im. Bar sliver 110;.
Exchange steady at 4ftm long, 485
light. Government generally strong and
SV higher. States dull aud higher,
railroads. Stocks after 11 o'clock were
moderately active, and a further advance ot
if3S per cent, was recorded, the latter
for Union Pacific, while St. Paul, Minne
apolis k Manitoba sold up to 2X per cent.,
with preferred at 102. Market subsequent
ly became weak, and this Improvement
A Boat aud Ha Occupant I.oal
North East, Md.. April 7. An open
boat, lu which Cecil P. Whittaker, aon of
a wealthy Iron master of 1'rliiclplo, Lewis
Jeffers aud William Hopkins (colored)
sailed from Havre do Grace Thursday, has
boen found bottom up, wltb no trace of ita
occupsnts. The werther was threatening
and a high wind prevallod at tbe time the
party suuted. It is supposed the bout
capsized and the occupants were drowned.
Aeeneed ol Metllng 9100,000 m Tear.
Chicago, April 7. Chatius G. Jaokson
and James Dever Duncan have been In
dicted by tho Grand Jury in connection
with the frauds In the street department
under the late municipal government of
this city. Tbe allegations are forgery, per
jury and obtaining money under false pre
tenacs by a system ot falso warrants and
dummy payrolls, The allegation is that
$100,000 a year was stolen in this maimer.
W APRIL 7, 1883.
HOGS-LlghU $7 20(37 85; mixed to good
packing $7 l.Vri7 56; heavy shipper and
butcher $7 OortfS.
HOGS-Llght to good Yorker $7 803
7 50; mixed to trooil packing $7i!Ato7 50;
heavy shipper i MWf? 75 ; medium rough
$7rtf i "JO; skips and culls to 0fW 75.
CATTLE Export steers o 8027 15;
good t) heavy native ter itW(rM7S;
common to met), native steer $4 50tas 75:
fair to good fuoders H "tit'di 75; common to
good stocker $4 40f,4 t(5; common to
choice Dative cows and heifers $3 90ft4 90;
scallavvugs f:a'i 50.
SHEKP-Siendy, Good to fancy $3 60O
6 60; medium to fair $4 75&5 '.3; common
$8 7fi'?t4 50.
WHEAT-Aprlt $1 04 U ; MayKM 05 st s
Juneifl OflM; July $1 00: year $1 00W,
COKfi-Aprll 48; May 63; June 53.;
July 53 S'; year-.
OATS-April a8V ;; May 41 W; JuneH;
' NEW YORK.
WIItAT-Aprll $1 16H ; May $1 IS ;
June$l 10 hid; JulyJl 17 W; August $1 17
COKN-Aprll 63rai)4: Mav June
64V; .IulylV; August 60Sif07V.
OAT8 May 60 X; JuaeSOH.
Country rrodneo, Kte.
BITTER Creamery Choice to fancv
A0&32; seconds at nest dairy rate. Dairy
eholou to fancy 25ri27, occasionally a
shad more for gilt-edge pkgs; medium
and low grades nominal at ma Id. North
em roll-choice at 17rd)18; medium Ha Id.
Near-by muke In light supply, but demand
verv Urn I led quotable at VifeM, as In
EGOS Demand brisk atl4orl4wo; firm
at outside price late. Goose eggs 2."iroS0.
POULTRY-Llvet Quiot, a Is usually
tit cast on Saturday, and unchanged. We
quote: Chicken Cocks $8 60r33 73 mixed
$4n)4 23; ben $4 60f4 76. Turkeys-II en
end mll gobblers $1.(215 1 large gobblers
$10Y.n8. Duoka-Stuall to medium $3 50ri
4; good to oholce $4 S344 75. Geese
Domlual, Dressed Turkey salable at 17a
LEAD Unohanged. Sales, 4 ear re
fined at S4 IS, and do hard at $4 12 X.
I , UVBKPOOL
No. spring and rd winter wheat oft
coast (licllned d. Weather In England
fair, flpot wheat dull; No. $ spring Us id ;
No. 8 spring Sa Kd; western winter 8 lid ;
wetter, corn Doner tone etaeoxa. ie.
teracorn belter tone etftid. Ic
id from United Kingdom and Contl
l dull far wkMt and not much doing In
No Whiskey I
Brown's Ikon Bitters
is one of the very few tonic
medicines that arc not com
posed mostly of alcohol or
whiskey, thus becoming a
fruitful source of intemper
ance by promoting a desire
Brown's Iron Bitters
is guaranteed to lie a non
intoxicating stimulant, and
it will, in nearly every case,
take the place of all liquor,
and at the same time abso
lutely kill the desire for
whiskey and other intoxi
Rev. G. W. Rick, editor of
the American Christian AV
TitZi.; says of Hrown's lio i
Cin., i .. Nu-. . ir, i,'ict.
Gents : The f. oW'
ing ct vital fW.r ir. ;v ine
pleasure, and i c indul
gence of our people, rnir
your prepjirsut'in .i ne.vv.,i. ;
aud it applied, .'io ,.c,
drcds who revot mi'i .-h ,
for tempoiim ten
Brown's Iron Hi .-,r.;;s
has been thoroughly te.-'tcd
for dyspepsia, indigestion,
biliousness, weakness, debil
ity, overwork, rheumatism,
liver complaints, kidney
troubles, &c, and it never
fails to render speedy and
Bead and Circulate.
The Illinois Central. R. It. Co.
Will eell any of Its remaining lands at one dol
lar per acre 's thau tho present pneca, from tbl
time until the tlrM rl vy of October. 14. Alu
thiit rial.! the present prl.-o will be restored. All
who desiru to purchase should aval) theamelve of
this liheral ofl'er at once. P. 1MUUY,
Koi particulars Inquire nf
M. KASTEHDAY ACl.,
Agin, tor I C. It. K. Lands,
Mhop nu Ualllday Avenne, between r'nurth and
Mith tttreete, Cairo, llllnol.
fir All kinds ef lht aud hcayy htckmllhlr,
staKi o and carriage work done lo ths ntortwoik
nianllke manner. Itorse-shooltig a utvi:iy aud
I-X. E. JNC1
Sth NtMt, between Ccm'l Ave. 4 Levee.
CH0KB BORINO A SPKCIALTV
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