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A Household Artlil for Vnlveraal
For Scarlet and
I Typhoid Fever i,
I More Throut, Small
Pus, Meaal, and
nil Contiiifloiu lllsrase. Persons waiting on
tlie Sick should uie It freely. Scarln Fever hat
never been known to spread where llie Fluid
used. Velio Fever hu been cured with it after
black vomit had taken place. The wurii
cases of IihtheiM yielil to it.
Fevered un-JMrkFer-1 SMALL-POX
Mint refreshed and and
lied Sores prevent- : PITTI'0 of Small
r.l by Uniing with j p01 I'KEVENTKO
lmi.aru Air made .. ""unuerot myiara-
hanalest and purifi d.
II y ' taken with)
Small po. I uied the
Fluid ; the patient wit
not ddinoui, was nut
pitted, and wat about
the haute again In three
week, and no other
had it. J. W. pAa
Far Hiire Throat it i a
For Fronted I eel,
C haflnK. etc.
holt Willie i oiuples. ' "" Pt"''ltl
lou wcurad by lit uie. yaVUwaaww
Uhlp Fever prveid. D
To purify the Ureal h, tfl Jipllthcrla
( Teanee the Teeth, H a'tk'MVm
it can't be nirpawd H , j
( atarrlt relieved and H f rSVSHtCCL
Fryaltiela Cured I" W (S&aimm
W'ounda healed rapidly,
An A nt Idole fur Animal
or Yegtutle Poion,
1 used tlie fluid during
cur proem alDictirm itn
Scarlet (ever with de
cided advantage. It 1
indispeniSle to the sick
room. Wat. Y. Saku
r..n, F.yrlc, Ala.
The physician here
ue Uarbvi Fluid very
successfully in the treat
ment of Diphtheria.
A. Stollmm wiac.it,
Tetter dried up.
Vloere purified and
In case nf Death it
ihould be used about
the corpse it will
prevent any unplea
The eminent Phs?.
Irian, J. M IKIOV
WMS, M. U., New
! 'ork, nays: "J am
I cctiruxad Prof Parbya
I Pr. pliylai-tic Fluid it
I valuable disinfectant."
Vanilerhllt Inlvemlty, Nashville, Tenn.
, ' f . ' ' "ceiieni quai.Oes ot Prof.
Iar!,) t Prophylactic Fluid. At a duliuectant aad
deteigcnt it it both theoretically and practically
aun-r to any preparation with which 1 an c.
tuamtcd N. T. LtrroM, prof Chetaittry.
Ilarhy llulrl U Kerouiraemled by
Hon AurHcitK H. biimiM, of Georgia
Kev. Cha F. Lsm, 1.D Church of the
Mrar.gers, N V.; ,
Jov L?TI, Columbia, Prof , University, S.C
Kev A J IIattli, l'rof..Merreri;n,vfrii,y;
Rev Lie.. F. Piepci, Bihp M. E. Church.
IMI'SrFNABLi: TO F.VEIIY HOME
Perfectly harmlrvi l',eu inieinaliy oi
.rtierrully fur Man or bvait.
Ihe Fin d hat been thoroughly tetted, and we
have al mdant e-j lence that it Tuis doneev'eryihh g
here clairard 1 ir fuur mf;irmtl in g-t of youi
1 'nioii a pamj'hlet or tend to tue proprietort,
.1. II. ZF.ILIX CO.,
Mar.jf..n.ruii Chemittt. I ll ll.Al)F.LPH l.
I'liVrfioian and rtiii'oon.
bpodkl ttteu'ion pitld to the Homeopathic trel
Bi' in of aurical dUe&ert, and difam: nf wonito
tirllw tJQ 14th eirewt. npuixliii the Pul ():!!',
J)K. J. K. STUON'O.
128 Commercial Ave., Cairo, III.
VAI'Olt. KI.KUTRO VAPOR tso MEDICATHD
Tl ATI IS
A lady lu auundance.
QU. W. C. JOCBLYN,
UffK X KlgHOt Htreet, Dear Cumnerclal Aatt
K K W. WUITLOCK,
Omii Vo. l.Vi OummKrclal enue, ltnel
Cv)'j and Nl,,thmrw!
PROPRIETOR OF BTROAT'H I'ATK.TT
Rkf rig Eli ato r Oaks,
"Wholesnlo 1 fouler iu loe.
ICK BYTHK CAR LOAD OR TON.WKU
PACKED FOR SIJirriNO
Oar Loads a Spwialtv. .
Cor, Twelfth Street anil fievt1,
x lT$ET I Cairo, Illinois.
DRY GOODS and. NOTIONS,
afullllnu tif nil the littoat, nuwont cnlon
and quality, end beat mtnufactura.
UAKPKT, DKPAHTMKN I'.
llndv Untaat'ln, Tapcelrlcn. 1 turn i lit, Oil
C'lutlt, & ',, Au.
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
Thle cpartmiin. occnplaa a full nor and
li ntiraploie In all reopouta. Unoda artf
KititrKDUod ol I a tout atyle and bout ins
torul. Bottom Prices aud First-clas Goods t
N. B. Thistlewood & Bro.
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE, j '
Cairo. - - . Illinois.
, .. 1 , 1 1 ' "I X. lOOO.
!G00D AND EVIL DEEDS,
A Maniac Mother and the
Horrors of Tewksbury,
National Finances. A Mine Cava-In.-Political
News and Busi
V.iiiiM,in. J). (;., April 11. Thore
arc imliiMiini,, !!n.i the title of Immigration
ft'lill! I.ITIII.IMV I" tli ('(11111117, Wlii(!ll I a-
vu lil'li, will tin li ifln-r tlil year than
pfrliiiiis ewr Ix-fure, ituil thai SW'tzerlanrt
auO t'raure wilt -ilni auiid umixunlly lurtj
iiitiiiricri to iln' khnrea. Consul Maiicin
vrntea irmn U;ilc, Switzerland, tbatths
pitM vi-hi' li;i liccn 6uo of nlo'itn and dig
'iinr;ii tui'iii In ( i iitml Kurope and that
the Fif-nul), fi'TMian and wis paper
uniformly i-xpiv the hp that It inuy be
lotiif before such another yearla expert
enctid. Agriculturally the year win a fail
ure, and the heavy fl'iodn caused great de
etructiou of lift: und prcipeity. Thei
fact, be tayt, "tuniilate muiiv to einlifi'
tlon. and hi many vlllnea the nutnUir of
thote who will no to Amerka will only bit
Hrniiedhy their ability to procure trurmpor
tailun. Another .vllne ( aaaaltr.
EstANABA, Mich., April 11, A i?av-ln
ocetined at Keel Klde Mine, between
Qnlnneatc and the Iron Mountain Tuesday,
carrying' down the engine-hoiiko and eight
men, ai follow: ivrick F.iran, Kichard.
WlllUmt. Y. IUndenon, John Morrli,
Thorns .lames. Kdward Wlck, Win.
Jeffrey and Wro. I'oliard. Up to 8 o'cloolc
at niKbt only one man, Wlvk, bad been
rencued, and be fatallv Injured. These
men were on the mi-face; none were at
work In the mine. The mine la located two
inllet wet of Qulnneneo. The cave. In
enibriced a space of 13 by 50 feet, and be
ti'le the men engulfed took In all the mine
machinery, Includinc four Urite bolleri,
falllnt a uistauce of two hundred feet. At
preient writiiiic It U believed that the llvei
of all the men are but. It l estimated
t,bt the recovery of the bodie will require
. week or more.
vVaeHisoros, April 11. Mlner'e croM.
examination wa reMimed tbia morning,
but hU meinorv was no better than Tue"
dav, and he filled utterly to remember
mailer w hich Merrick brought to his at
tention. In answer to the Inquiry as to
why he had w ritten to the lub -contractor
that the Increased speed would Involve
(nn.lderable expen.se here at Washlnirton
witness said he meant bis own living ex
pene. and as the sub-contractor wanted
all of ihe allow ance for expedition be (wit
li.) wKhrd to tmurooh him with the dlffl
cuitv of p-ttlnc the crpedltlou, no as to
make a seoU bargain. Witness was not
iinib-r oath when he wrote that letter.
Merrick asked if he sw In the bablt of ly"
Idk when under oath. Witness answered
that be v.a nuikloi: a trade, rind did a other
men would have done. Tbo Court re
marked : "That Is the I w of trade. "
.Xegroee With Dynitmlte.
Atlanta, April 11. folored men
attemptinir the use of dvnatnite, In Jeffer
son ciunty In this State, made a sad failure
of the experiment. Steve William and two
other DeL'roes obtained some dvnamlte
with the Idea of blowing up the flab In a
tinnd. Williams took the dvnamlte In hi
hand and attetnpud to li'ht the fuse
with a match. The wind blew the light
out and Williams tried another match not
noticing thut the first match hud Ignited
the fuse. Tbe two other negroes etood by
holding thler hats to keep the wind off,
when the dynamite exploded with a report
that was heard for mllu. Steve's. eft
hand anil pan of his arm were blown to
Pieces, and both the other men were
wounded. Steve, ' arm was amputated be
low the elbow,
The ew roalinaater (.eaeraL
Washivhton. L). C. April 11. The
oatb of office win administered to JudjK
Oresbam to-dav, and he assumed formal
charge of the Post-otflee Department. The
suite of roams occupied by the Postmastcr
(iecoral were thrown opeir and the em
ployes notified that ha was readv to receive
them. The reception which followed
occupied about three-quarter of an hour,
each chief of bureau and the clerk and
mesiencers being Individually Introduced
by First AsUte.nt Postmaster-General
Ilatton. At the conclusion of the reception
Judge Oresham held a conference with the
A Wooimu KIIU Her Bnb.
Nkw Yohk, April 11. Mr, Rose How
ard, nineteen years eld, the wife of Wil
liam Howard killed her first-born child
Tuesday night. The child wu three wk
old. The mother to-day 1 the inmate of
the hospital, raving mail, Mrs. Howard
had been 111 since the birth of the child and
was frequently delirious from fever. She
wss In that state last night and when left
temporarily alone Jumped from the bed
demolished the furniture and killed her
child, presumably from dashing It against
THE ILLINOIS LEGISLATURE
Doet Some Good Work, Excit Ing
bates in Both Branches. :
- SPHiNfiFittt.P, III.. April 11, The Sen
ate met wlili only three absentee, On the
calendar were sixty bills, lu different
stages, and three special orders. The
work progressed rapidly, no hitch being
visible till the special order of the trouble
smm telegraph monopoly bill wa reached,
w lik-h occasioned a hot dispute, In which
Itcnnlors White und Merrltt defendod the
bill vigorously, while Senator Mason and
others fought It with equal determination.
The hill, however, went to a third reading
with a very large vole.
The bill providing forthe consolidation of
certain railroads occupied tbo attention of
tho Senate a long time, Sonatorr Torrance
nnd Shitw opposing It, or portions of It,
and Senutot'K Mason and Condee speaking
strongly In favor of It. On a vote tha bin
failed to pass with the emergenev clause,
whiiih" wit at mme trlckcn out.
A motion to recommit was pending
for a half hour when tho bill wa
made a special order for 12 o'clock to-morrow,
Tbore were ai7 bills on the houso calen
dar, the first of which wu the appropria
tion for contingent expense of the state,
which wu road und It consideration by
sections begun. The entire forenoon wa
consumed in tho disposition of a fow Items,
Muny members make a ahow of economy,
trying to cut down each Item, but falling
signally, as so far few change have bean
made. This discussion will probably oo
cupy several days, .
United 8tntcs Senator I.ngsn and Oil-
I, ill, nkvilk tun IlllIIIIIIH lu IUQ ll'alnllUI V,
and shook hands wtta many H"nlit f
n it v
OA! BO. rLlJNOI.s. TIITTFISDAY Mfmwivu atidtt. to
I Bond a Daala tor (IrcniAt Ion. "
Wabhi.vutox, April 11. -A statement of
the United Status bonds held bv the Tre t'
urer to secure national bunk "olivu!;itiou.
Just published here, shows that neat iy nil
the three j-er cents reeeti(!reii I .ire In In
by banks for tluu punee-i , anu itial ol mi
V)7,(W0.0t)U of bonds held for this purpusu
about I'-iiKJ.OOU.OisJ are three per ecu tn
ThU li tomcwhut Interesting In Itself, but
becomes much more so when it is considered
that these 8 per cent bonds are the next to
be redeemed alter the present 8Hs
(extended 6s and (!) tie out of
the way. These pei cent
bond will not lust longer tlwii about
tbe end of the present fiscal year, and tln'n
come the attack on I ho a per cents At
the rate tbe bonds have been called durln
Beuretary Folger's term thee would not
last two years, and bv the end of IW one
half tbe National banks oold ft ml tlteir
tlnanclal foundation t'oim Tiieru will be
nothing let with whb h ihcv m.iv "onilnue
to furnish secuiltv for their cliciilullon mn
tbe 4 und 4 i per cent. bond. lie.) It Is
considered that the former are at a prem
ium of 20 per cent, and the luttcr of 14
percent. It will be seen that there will be
great hesitancy on the part of many to
Invent In tbem for circulation sccurilioe.
How rapidly these remaining 8 per
cent will be paid oft. since lat wlntev'
reduction In the! revenue, cannot, of
course, be told, but thev must noon bvj.Hn
to melt away, When ile-v besiu to bo the
4 per cent and 4H will probnbiv go hiehcr
aud when your national banker finds that
for every four dollars he invests in bovU
be can only Issue three In currcnev and
that for event five dollars to Inveiied he
will only get four back when the bond, we
redeemed, there seems grave doubt as to
whether he will make the iim-itu i.
And if be does not his bank circulation is
withdrawn. What Is to become of theciren
latlng medium of the country f
WESTERN UNION DIVIDENDS.
Jay Gould Will Pay $1,400,000 to the
New Yohk. April 11. The decision In
tbe lower court a to the dividends on fif teen
million Western Union Telegraph
stock being calculated to embarrass the In
nocent stockholders (iould determined to
assume the personal responsibility of pav
log the dividends on all stock out of h'H
own fundi, amounting to over fH . I'.xi. f -o.
The following It hli announcement to that
effect: Iu view of the erlou inconveni
ence to many persons from the mallei
ou and vexatious aults against
the Western Union Telegraph Compauv,
I have arranged with tbe Mercantile Trust
Company to advance to all stockholders of
the Western Union Telegraph Compativ, on
and after April 12, IteS.the amount of'their
dividends payaole April ill, Ins',, ut,on as
signment to me at the office of said Trust
Company of their right to receive the same.
The portion of the January dividend still
unpaid will be arranged for in the same
(Slcnedl Jay Gocu.
New York, April 11, iwa.
Sugar Growing In Florida.
Washiskto.v, April H. The Kilmr
Valley, In Florida, where President Arthur
I disporting himself. It jut now coming
Into prominence as a sugar-growing sec
tion. Louisiana ha been supposed to be
the only ugr-grow lug aectiou in the coun
try, but recent Investigation of tbe soil
and climate lu tbe Kl'Mmee Valley and ad
jacent portion of Florida convince ex
perienced growers that It will exceed in
value a like rca of Louisiana's be-it . The
climate Is more like that of Cuba, and
where Id Louisiana the ;aue must often be
cut green to prevent damage by-frost. In
Florida It may ripen naturally without
danger. A number of Cuban planters
bare, It Is said, recently interested them
selves with subjects nnj have decided to
make lure Invebtment there, believing
they can be more sueces-ful lu growing
tuirsr there for the United States markets
tbuu iu Cuba,
Sew Trapa-roiitluenial I.ioe.
MlLWAfgKK. Wis.. April 11. A New
York special says President Colov, now in
that city, I closing negotiations for the
ale of the Wlscouslon Central
to the Villard syndicate ,
being the preliminary step to the
establishment of a transconti
nental line from New York
to Portland, Oregon, with the con
structions of the Northern Pacific link con
necting Superior Citv and Ashland. The
Wisconsin Central gives entrance to Mil
waukee with another link to Chicago und
will complete the through line to New York
via the Grand Trunk and West Shore Jioad,
However, the entire Hue will not be under
a single management, Vlllurd, contenting
himself at least for the present, with a
traffic agreement east of Chicago. It la
thought the whole line will be In operation
by August 1.
More Inlininnn Rrselmloii.
Boston-. Mass.. April ll. lQ the
Tewksbury Almshouse Investigation,
Frank Barker, formerly In charge of t ho
Insane building, said the beds were In a
filthy condition In the main wards, lie had
charge of tbe bathing of tho male pntlcut
In the tank 10x15 feet and one foot deep.
As many as eighty-four bathed In the ssmc
water, which was rarely changed. The
patient would object to going In, nml be
put In by force. The Governor attempted
to have the testimony of what an insane
female Inmate had told witness introduced,
but after a warm discussion It was sup
pressed. Miuk Ueiiihcole t'e policeman
who took a foundling to the Alms house
saw the nurse lllling It mouth with snap'
Dr. Dean, a graduate of the Harvard
medical school testlllee that when hu was n
student that perhaps tittv bodies were used
during tbe winter term.
A I. n miter Firm ANalgiiment.
Oshkosh, Wis., April 11. -The tirm of
a. B. J, A. Paige mnde an assignment
for the bent lit of lis creditors vesterunv to
D. L. Mbby, of this city. The Scxsml'thi,
survlvnur mcmbt rs r,f the Palge-Sexsmlth
LumberCompany telegraphed their willing
nets to accept Lcauder Cfioittn, of this cltv,
as assignee with Mr. Kimball, of Superior
WIXONA, Jllnn., April 11. Tho round
house and machine hhp of the Winona
hiuI M. l'cier DlvUionof the Xonbwesicrn
Ballwav, burned nt il o'clock HiN morn
ing Eleven loconmtiv! were
badly damaged. Los ,t;,(ssi; no lnur
aiice, tint 111 lliront Cul.
('LAHKSRt'lMt. Apl'll 14. Ill
counly, O. W. Thuyer mid Wilks
Th u j ar's
nau a (iispute. Minnnoii cut
throat with a razor, killing tnstnnlly.
To be llHiiverl.
WORUKSTRR, M;i-., April 11. Edward
Kyau wa Reutenced to be bung June 15 for
poisoning hi wife,
Era II. neywood wu on trial In Boston
on Tuesday, charged, on tke complaint of
Anthony Cotnstock. with circulating
through the malls alleged obsoeno litera
ture In the shape of a pamphlet entitled
"Cupid's Yokes" and a slip containing
two passage from .Walt Whitman's
' 'Leave of Grass, ' '
. Wendell Phillips' wlfo hat been an Inva
lid for over thirty year, sud during all
this time the great orator has boen untiring
In hi attention to her. "No one but you
can know what It has been to care for her. ' '
a TV RN rf
w as reitiitrkedto him recently. "Ahf No
I e-i Imi
A Color)! Knrdarau.
il 'SCK' '"m April U.-Mrgaret,
or M. inegar wa to-day convicted of
t lui-der In the tirst degree for complicity la
1 1 he killing of David Hou,.uan In Jutm fut.
u , a dlareputaple negro woman,
and had enticed Mousmau to a lonely spot
n the bank of the river, wher
ho wa set upon by two colored ccora
pn.es of her, I,aau King and George
l-otiorison, and beaten and cut In tho head
witii club, and bitichuU until dead, when
be wys jobbed and his body thrown Into
th flyer King and Kouorunn were oon
nned ln ihe eoun:yJail, fruiu which thev
and IVter Vlnegu, father of 81. were
taken by an armed mob and hung from the
bridge ten d,uy a'ler the murder.
Mirwu-KKK, April 11. -The xaiuina
tlonof wmicc in the Seheller cam wit
begun tli.s morning, a Jury having been
empanel! ,d without much delay. Tbe
prosecution will seek to prove that Oeorge
Mieller set fire to the Newhall House,
which win burned three month ago, to
get in-iii-ano on his Mioon toek In order
to relieve hhitstlf of fliiauclal embarras.
ama' V:.JI F'l),.'orw mi.-li'ii
AtioVneyClavk andH. .1. Soiuer conduct
Thsi Hr AuzeK Aaseised
Boston, Anil; ll. -In the .ult of Lizzie
Crannouvs. V-v.-r l.-hming, which was
brought to recover j.i,ij"JilHiiiu-e, because
the iatler, aCarhui:- priest, bad taken
away kouk! paper Inu-es to which toe child
tid become attached, causing alleged seri
ous Injury to inn- health ad mental condi
tion, the Jury brought In a verdict of one
Coal .Miner tits la.
Sthea roR, III., Ai.rll 11. -After a weak
of Idleness and agitation the miner of this
coal field resume I work Tuesday at ft
cents a ton reduction ordered bv'the m!ue
owner Saturday. At an open air mass
meeting they decided not to accede to tb
terms of the employer, but the- miner of
the Chicago, Wlimington and Vermillion
Coal company declined to be governed bv
the decision cau.cd ibe employo of -vl
other coal companies lo sbaudoq ih stand
David Da1' r.atrprlKe.
Bi.oomixgto.v, April 11. For several
days rumors have been current In thl city
that Ex-Senator Uvld Lvl will during
the coming summer erect an elegant and
commodtus opura-honie in this city. sur.
pasln; in m;gnlflwncB anything In the
State, upon the completion of which he will
present tho building to hi new made
nrlde. The Judge is already tbe owner of
Durly Hall, the principal place of amuse
ment, but has slgnlti.nl his Intention of
convening the building for business pur
Ic Works Burnvd
Booth Bar, M.. April ll.-The ex
tensive work" and storehouses of the Knick
erbocker low C'ompmy were discovered on
tire nt 1 o'cloek. ICtcVen great bouse, the
engine-house, all the extensive runs nd
the shops were deitroved, and the tire is
sllll raging terribly with th wind blowing
A Dlahollent Detwl
Jacksoxvili.e, Oregon. April 11. -J.'
F. McMahon was shot dead by his son Wil
liam Tuesday, u n. woman wa the ml
trer of both. The sou discovered the
father's Intimacy. A quarrel followed,
tbe .. father betting his ion
with a club, the latter replying with a re
volver. rbarltable limitation.
Chicago. April ll.-The Joint legist,
tlve comniiitee recommends an appropria
tion of j), Ml, 970 fr the support of nine
charitable Institutions of Illinois forthe en
suing two years. This is jlijo.uou less than
asked for bv the superintendent of the In
stitution. rial .1 III Hurried.
Sandwich, 111.. Apnl 11. A three
story gi-Kt mill, owned by A. McCallen.wa
buruetl here Tue. dav morning. Loss, f 16
000; insured for j7,is.Hj.
eorif In Convention.
Atlanta, Ga., April 11. The conven
tion nut this morning. The ninth ballot
takeu iviulted: Boynton. 147; Bacon, 141.
APUII. 11, 1S83,
CATTI.K Kecelpt" t.t'S'; steady and
firm; exports at 'li 'rt H'i; good to
choice ihipi lug at jiiai isj; common to
fair at ?" I'n""; I'Uichef!, at :,), ij
ttoekers :i ti 1 1 feeders W l.Va'.'i M.
Hut. Maiket opened stroug, with
good prospects for an advance; lights $7 20
W7 70; mixed packing f7 2Uf37 00; butch
ers 7 (iofiis.
CATTLK-Export stors ,f0 757; good
to heavy native steers rt Wd'H 8ft; common
to medium native steen, H oOoifi iW; fair to
good fuctlers s 7.,f'"i 7'i; common to good
stockers rl 4IW I '''; common to choice na
tive cows mid heifers $3 WraH 90; South
west Mecin l.Vui: corn fed Texan f4 75
ffiU; senllawags We..'l.V).
HOGS-Meady; good shipping demand.
i.s-Meu ; good snipping demand.
to choice Yorkers $7 40fa7 M;
on to thin nig W 75" 25, mixed to
packing t' t!.va7 50; heavy thlpper
good paeiiing T' "; ncttvy ahippe
and Baltimore and Hi.malo weight $7 6ur
7 M; butchers to extra $7 6OYaii70; iklus
and eulls rtl:'ftoir)60.
SHKKI'-Finn. Good to fancy $5 KCi
6 6u; medium to fair :f4 7f)f3-o 25; common
$.') 7ft4 50.
WHEAT April U ! May $10of9H;
June 1 1 07 V ; July ij-l 07'. ; year $1 01
COUN April 4in.!Mv o4Hrii; jUue
5,-is! ; July otiS j August b"lH d.
OATS May 42. ; June 4lJs j July 41V:
year W.' bid.
WIIEAT-Aprll OSS h.; May $1 10 a.
June tl 10 V ; Julv 1 07?f&:l 08 a.t Au
gust .!-'t IMISWlOti1 ; year If I 00 a.
ClKN-Aprll47' b.j Mav June
MS to BUfmHi July 6aira!03; year
411 .S b.
OATS -May 43,fW43 to 43X : July
WHEAT May U 10; June$l 19V.'
COUN May til u j Juno 04 S' .
OATS May Oil!,; June 50V.
Country Irolii, KIa.
BUTTEU Creamcrv choice to fancy 80
fa'M ; second at best dairy rate. Dairy
choice to fancy 2.Vff2 7; medium and low
grapes nominal nt KKodfl. Northern roll
Little or none arriving nominal.
EGGS Steady, and iu good demand at
18 M; goose, egg 25.
LIVE POIXTUY-Qulet. thlckeos
Cocksat$;l5o3 75; mixed $4(94 361 hens
$4 8fiff4 50. Turkey uraiO, top rata for
Gobb'cri. Ducks: Small to medium
$I.Vra4; choice H W.
LEAD-Flrm-hurd H 12V, and Reflnsd
4 145 del.
Mixed American corn to arrive adranead
8d. Weather cool, Mark Laae wheat and
corn dull, Countn market rather dull.
Spot wheat better ika) No. pr!ni9:
Bridy on Trial. Tetting Nltro
Glycerine, The Revolution In
, Central America.
Lo-ros, April 11. A parcel containing
sevenpounds of gunpowder was found near
the office of tbe Secretary of tbe State for
the Home Department. Tb Investigation
st Woolwich of the contents of two ee
omul Monday last in a barge on the Tbaiue
showa that they are not explosive, as w
rlleved. but only rtrework.
. l.fMo. April U.-A sample of the I-iro-glyerlneeiied
in London last week at
the time of the arrest of Norman, Galla
gher, Daltou and Wilton w exploded
to-day at Woolwich iu order to test It
quell')-. The explosion wa terrific, the
ground for distance of several y irds from
the pot where tha explosion occurred be
ing toin up
I.ONtioN, April 11. The Elective Coun
cil's (Irelundi bill, embodying Healy's
scheme for the local self-government of
Ireland, was rejected bv the Commons this
afternoon by a vote of 5S for the bill to JMl
LoxDn.N. April It. The French Minis
try deny the rumors that a now loan Is to
HI.' LLION .
l.oviMiN, April 11. Bullion withdrawn
from the P. nit; of England on balance to
Dublin-. April 11. Tho trial of Jo
Brady on ha ebarg of murdering Caven
dish and Burke begun this morning. Not
withstanding the fact that ll wat known all
sbsente.es would be find one hundred
pounds, many Jurors on the panel failed to
appear. Tbe case for tho Crown wa open
ed by Porter, He pointed out to the Jury
that the duty they were called upon to
perform, wa one of th most serious
that could fall upon citizen.
He exhorted thnm to dismiss from
their minds altogether anything they bad
read or hard In connection with tbe case.
And to be guided by the evidence produced
at the trial.
The first witness caild wa Farrell, th
informer, who testified at the preliminary
examination of the prisoner! In the KB
raalnham Court-house, He repeated the
testimony ghen at that time. James Carey
wa the next witness. His evidence wa
the same s before given.
Upon conclusion of Carey' direct exam
ination the court adlourned for the day,
Carey's fine fliiihud while giving the evi
dence. r EST II A I. AMERICA.
New Yohk, April ll.-The brig Letltla,
which arrived from Nicaragua, report :
March 27, t 3 a. tu., tb revolution party,
headed bv Dover Buzelal and Gon. Barlow,
with 13 iiien well equipped with Vnche.
ters and twelve shoalers, took the town
without opposition. On landing the Gen
eral assured the people thar had nothing to
fear. To all who Joined him he gave Rem
ington rifle. Most of the able-bodied
men Joined bint, lie began Immediately
to fortify th town 1 uch a way a tohow
the people he meant to hold It against any
attack. The roads leading to tb town
were barricaded with bsrrcls two or three
tiers high and tilled with sand. Most of
the women and children and sick and lame,
who were afraid nf the burning of the
town, were put on board four vessel ly
ing In the port. Up to the morning of trie
2ih no attack eas made by the Govern
ment forces. No one wis allowed to leave
the town ou any pretense,
Where Is the Money Sent from Americs
to German Flood Sufferers?
Nrw oi:k, A j.r'.l U. During th flood
in November ami December last along the
Rhine thousands of people were made
homeless. A movement wa started In
this country to raise money for their relief,
and about $200,000 wa sent to tbe Presi
dent of the German Uelchsiag. He placed
tbe fund In the bands of tbe Central Relief
Committee at Darmstadt. Mr. Vcllmer,
one of the Social Democratic member
of the Reichstag recently made
Inquiry regarding the dis
position of this fund and found, be says,
that up to the 22d of March not one of the
sufferers from the flood had received a pen
ny from the fund. Mr. Vollmer then ad
dressed an open letter to tbo President of
tbe Reichstag. Tb only answer which h
received, it Is said, wss the confiscation of
the letter by the police. Tbe New York
Volks Zeltung publishes this letter In full
this morning. The following Is a trans
lation of portions of It: "To get
AT TUB EACTS
In the case I went In person to the localities
in question, the town of Laubeiibelin,
Badcnhclm and Niickcnhelm. The result
of my Investigation and tho fact gleaned
from the reports of the respective magis
trates are as follow; The sufferer have
received nothing but some provisions, old
clothes, coal and soou, but none of tb
American money, until add that the before
mentioned articles were such as bad been
collected In the Immediate neighborhood of
the localities affected." Mr. Vollmer says
that in consequence of the slowness of th
bureaucratic machinery the sufferer may
perhaps get some of the money by Christ
mas next, and adds: "Those of our
brethren In foreign countries, principally In
North America, did not contemplate that
their gifts of love would remain in th
hands of German officials for so long a
In Canton, Ohio, Ell.a Relfsnyder, 11
years old, was burned to death while
lighting a lire wlih kerosene on Tussday
evening. ' -
A car-load of horses valued at$t,000 en
route for Colorado, was burned on Monday
atMayvlcw. Lafuvetit county, Mo,, on the
C. A A. railroad.
In Pine Bluff, Ark., on Tuesday, a
hooting rrap took place between Arthur
Murray, editor of the Pre Eaglo, and A.
D. Wright, Into compositor In th omca.
No blood was shed.
Joseph M. Htodilurd, publisher of New
York and Philadelphia, tins sued the Hw
York Tribune for Jiun.ooi) damages for
charging him with pirating sit edition of the
In Huntsvllle, Ala., on Tuesday, Dick
Llddell, the notorious member of th
James gang, was ruluasod from confinement
on hi personal recognizance. He Is now
free to testify in th Frank Jams trial In
Ml Betile Mason, 25 yar old, residing
netr Hsgerstown, III., w burned to
death in the destruction of her mother's
house, on Mmday. Th young lady was
subject to tits, am) In on of her stuck Is
supposed to huvr) fillcu Into tb Ira.
Tbe libel suit of IW, MoLoan. Msdloal
fpartment of th Michigan fta lTntvr
tty, against J. E. ftm lpp, editor and trln
;Joiil)niir.lrliirpf I1' a r""' f' ' '' " "
Brown's Irox 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 Ikon Hitters
is guaranteed to be a non
intoxicating stimulant, and
it will, in nearly every case,
take the plactrof all liquor,
and at the same time aba
lutely kill the dfsirv Kv
whiskey anil other imr.v
Rev. G.W. Rn n, editor . '
the American Cnsu; A1.
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thl dal' ilio ircent prl e mil i.e res too r! .All
who ilealrn to piiren.t'f should ava I ttie.iiHeb e of
this liberal od'er at once. I1. i'AiitiV,
I und I'oinmissioner
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