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A Housohold Article for Universal
For Scarlet and
I Sore Throat, Small
Pox, Muaslns, and
all Contagious Diseases. Persons waiting, oa
tin hrV shcuM use it freely. Starlet KevT l.a
u-vtr been known to spread where I lie Fluid waa
used. V'.llow (ever hat been cured with it after
black vomit liud taken place. The wort
cacs of I iij.hlhcria yield la it.
sous rrfreshcl and ; and
Ut-tl Korea prevent-; PITTINU of Small
?!' Lb "ilh i Foi PHEVENTED
Darby fluid. . . , ,
Impure Ar ma le .. A member of my (am-
luumiess and ixirilKil.
My was taken wtib
Fur Hnre Throat It in a
tor trusted J-Vs-t,
Htt M lilte Complex
ion wcurcd by iia me,
fillip Frver prevented.
To purify (be Ureal h,
Cleanse the Teeth,
it can't be surpassed.
Catarrh rebeved and
Wound healed rapidly.
An Antidote for Animal
or VegetaUt Poisons,
1 used the Fluid during
our present affliction with
Scarlet lever with de
cided advantage. Ir la
ImliipenuMe to the sick
room. Wm. F. Sand
rur, F.yrie. Ala.
1 Small poi. 1 used the
: lluid ; the patient was
i n il delirtout, was not
pitted, and waa about
i the houM agala in three
weeks, and no other
I bad it. -J. W. paaa.
: injok, Philadelphia.
The physicians here
tut Darbvs Fluid very
successfully Id the treat
ment of Diphtheria.
Tetter dried up.
Ulcere punned and
In eavaea of Death It
should be used about
the corpse It will
prevent any unpleas
The eminent Phy
HUM, M. D Sew
Ifork, says: "I am
convinced Prf Darby
Prophylactic Fluid Is a
Vanderbllt University, Nashvltte, Tenn.
I testify to the most eacellent iialiti-s of Prof.
Darbys Prophylactic Fluii. As a d.sinfectant and
dettr-nt it is both theoretically and practically
aupen-jr to any preparation with which I am ac
cented N. T. Lvr-TON, Prof. Chemistry.
Dnrby PluliI Is Itpcnmmended by
H'.n. ALFSAWcea H. brsi-HPs, of Georgia'
Her. i. has. f. Desus, D.D., Church of the
Suar-gttv N. V.:
J'1- UO'VTe, Columbia. Trof., University, S.C.
V'v. A J Barris, Prof . Meirer University!
Kev l,t .. I. 1'tai.cs, t.shop M. E. Church.
IM)lsrKSAItt.E TO EVKKY HOME,
l'erf-cly harmlew. Used internally or
eiternally for Mnn nt Beast,
The Fiu:-i liaa Urn thor-njghly tested, and
have abMi '.ant evi.leiye that iilm done everything
here ci.-.irr.-l r r luiier information gt of yaw
I'ruiit a pamphlet or send to ihe proprietors,
.T. If. ZF.ILIN CO..
Mn:if..ct:ni.i l.he.nnts, 1 11 I l.A DK.LPHI A.
EOKGE II. LEACH, M. I).
Physician and Surtcecm.
Spec's! ittentlon nH to the Hotneopi'hle treat-m-nl
of !.r!tl diaet. aud davssBt of woman
and cull jfen.
OtT.'i: on Uth :r,-t,pp''lt the Po-t OfTloe,
K. J. E. STRONG,
123 Coimnerciiil Ave, Cairo, III.
VAl'OIL KI.Tv"TKl V.l'i)H iso MKDICATBD
A lady In attendance.
R W. C. JOCFLYN,
OFFICE 8. ebth Strret, nnar Come trela! Avenue
H. K W. WUITLOCK,
Ornoi No. 1S Commental
Kgt 'jand NlUh Hfenta
J-lm E. INGE,
Manufacturer and Doalor In
ih Hiram, between Com'l Ave. ud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMCNITION.
lafsl Reaatied. All Kind oi Kan MUs.
Scarlet Fsverj j
8 1 feai Jjj
"2 " IN w
The Number of Killed and
Wounded in Miss
The Whole Country Visited-Snow
in the West and East -A Cy
clone in Iowa.
srKo.v, SHw. , April M.-Rfpra of
deiirtiiaion ly tlitt cyclone arc coming In.
At WtMon fhlTU'cri wi rr . k'.UeJ ami !xty
woundfd. At Braureicanl ineiity-thrce
were killed aud ninety wounded.
Twnuty-wven houtws in Wi ason were de
stroyed, and l!rHii regard wa entirely
awebt away. The auflerliiK ) very (rout.
Ai-lMnwe In nerded. On the N'atchez and
Columhtu railroad tho town of Ttlltnaii waa
rleairoved. 8eral were killed a',d
wounded. O.i the Vlckuburg Meridlun
railroad the lowa of Lawrence i-iiflered ter
ribly. Repons from other place and from
the country show the torin was wldepreitd
nd deatruutivc. The telegraph lluuaare
I lown (low a for m'.iei.
Hoaaea I n roofed.
w Ohlkx8, April 23. The Times
Democrat' Vet I'omt ipedal nava: A
lemlic Kale from tho nortbwent attn'rk the
town Sunday afternoon, awompanled bv
torrenia of tain and the Urgent hail ever
aen here. Ihe Court House, Lawyer '
Row, Central Hotel, Cotton Exchange
ofilce, Olvniplc laloon. Henry limine. W.
A. Bibb' (store and Flanagan Hall wen
unroofed and material!? damaged. A
barber thop waa partially blown down,
fpncea and tree were prontratod and con
Iderable carnage don genarally. No live
were lust. -
The Iowa t'yelone,
Drs Moivra, April 23. A rTclono
paaaed up .Maple River Valley earlv laM
evening, following eloi-e alon the )iur of
the Chicago and N'nrtbwetrn railway,
wblrh strike .ff Manlv Junction. At
Danhury the Catholic church was wrecked,
three hotiM-n blown down and other minor
damage lnfiicteu. No live were lost so far
A Destructive Utorra.
CiHattsnoogi, Tenn.. April 23. Ful
ly $10,000 damage lo dono this city bv tho
torm laat ni.'ht. The depot, dwelling
and store! were unroofed, treea uprooied
and fences down. Iti-port from t!i ur
rounding country khow the torm to hav
been verv destructite. The w ire are down
and parties !nr are hard to obtain.
Denver, Col., April 28. The mow
itorra in the mountains continues una
bated. All train are delayed. Even'
available snow-plow In the service Is lit
uie. Tbere are Hopes to preveut a serious
M05TG0MEBK. X. Y.. April 13. A
mow itorro set In tbia morning.
Arrhiuct Olll'a Keply.
WisHlXOTO.v, D. C, April 2S. The
aniwerof Hill to tbe charges of Manlt it
Cooper, or r bllaaclphta. wnicn be uieit
with tbe investigating committee this
morning, lays that on December 11, 1SS'
bldi were received under advisement for
fire-proof shutters for the Government
building t Cincinnati, toe lowest moaer
waa tbe Manly & Cooper Manufacturing
Company of Philadelphia, aud the next
lowest wai the I'nlieu States Fire-proof
Shutter, Iron Safe aud Building Company
of Boston, and sampies were summtiea.
Manly 4 Cooper Manufacturing Company
wm unable to refer to any shutter
in use or to any test that had been made.
and a fire test was demanded. After many
delays and postponements tbe Manly s
Cooper Manufacturing company presented
shutter for test w hich did not comply
rith the requirements aud was Inferior In
appearance and unun. Hill declined to
make tbe test and reported tbe facts to tbe
secretary of the treasury, who approved
tbe recommendation that the contract be
awarded to the United Sutea Fireproof
Shutter, Iron, Safe and Iron Building
company. The matter of tbe alleged at
tempt to Induce the withdrawal of
the bid of Manly & Cooper Manu-
rauturiog Company, with the atatementa
made, was brought to the Secretary 'i at
tention, and hut opinion was that It wa a
matter tne Department need not go mio.
No teat waa made of the United Statea
Fireproof Shutter Iron safe and Build
ing Company'! shutters, for the reason
that such waa deemed unneceaaary, at it
had been tested on various occasions, one
of which testa w u witnessed by mo, The
only test proposed wai a comparative one,
and the defects in the ihutter plecluded a
Tbe Northern Paelfle.
XrwYoHK. Airll 23. At the office o
the Northern Pacific Railroad the itatement
made, that they have no advicca tending
to indicate the existence of dangerous floods
along the line of thut road a re
ported this morning's dispatches. In
fact tbe track, which was reported to be
under water, between Steele and Bismarck
la. the officials say. on a bltrb nlateau. and
they have never heard of Its being flood
ed. .Jamestown is on a uiuu ana not iud
Ject to floods, Tbe company ta unadvised
of washout along the road, though they
are in dally communication witntiia general
Halt bjr Cx-Kenssfor Tabor.
flu xv p.. Col., April 23. Saturday ex-
rVnntor Tabor went before the GrundJurv
and obtained an Indictment against Wm.
Uusn for the alleged einbezz ement of two
thousand dollars while manner of the Ta
D n1 Grand opera-house, who resigned Frl-
tiy. Larly tbla morurng labor attached
Hum I interest lu tbe Windsor Hotel,
for twenty thousand dollar
claimed due. Both assent the cause of
the difficulty lay In Chicago grain transac
Wagon Work Darned.
Detroit, Mich.. April 2.1. The main
building! of the Landing Wagon Works, at
Lansing, Including all the machinery and ft
large amount or stocK in process or manu
facture, burned Sunday afternoon. The
i.ororoom with a largo amount or atock
teadv for shipment, waa saved. Loaa,
f30,u00; fully Insured.
RKaDlNO, Pa., April 23, At noon to
day aeventy-flve dissatisfied ptpe-mllli
employee of the Reading Iron Works,
marched In a body to the office of tbe com-
fany and demanded and received
wo mouths nay due thorn, and then
left. The nruoluli aay work at the mill wll
b returned if the men returu to work.
Nnw York, April 2.1. Eight hundred
eigar-makon and two hundred packers
and strippers Inaugurated a strike to-day
for an IncreaNe of wages. Tbe strike is
likely to be prolonged for some time, as
both aides expressed a dotermluatloo nott
suporlant Rupiaa Court Declaloai.
WasinxoTON, V. C, April iiJ.-A
decision was rendered by tho Supreme
Court of the United States, to-day against
the Grand Street Prospect I'ark and
Flatlmsh Railroad Company of Brooklyn.
This was a suit brought by SUwaon for an
infringement of patents on an Imposed and
very extensively used form of fare-boxes
for horse cars, The court holds that the
patents are void for the rettson that they do
not embody Inventions within the meaning
of pAtont laws. The decree of the Circuit
Court In favor of the railroad company It
affirmed oplnlou by Justice W oods.
A decision wa also rendered bv the
court In this ease of the Bultimoia and Po.
touiao lUiiroad against the Mfth Baptist
Church, U'anbington, D. C, w hich waa a
suit for damage brought by tho church
trustor against the rullroail compnny oq
account of alleged Injury to ihe property of
the former canted by the erection and
maintenance of an engine-houso and ma-chine-shop
on land adjoining tho church
editW. Lhe court held that the railroad .
company la liable fordamaires, ttud the fact
lhat Congress had glvon t authority to
bring Its tracks within the limit oi the olty
and construct such work, etc., ai might be
necessary, constitute no defense to the. suit
brought by private Individual w hoc prop
erly his been injured. Tho Judgment of
the District Supreme Court Is idlnued.
Defeat of the Canadian Indians who Have
Been Stealing Our Cattle.
Helena. Mont., April 'a. Information
having reached Fort Asiinabo.ne tbautnek
bad been stolen by a raiding party of Brit
ish CreeH, from tho viciulty of Teeton.
Capt. Norwood was ordered by the com
manding officer at Fort Assinabolne, on tho
evening of the 18th Inst, to proceed to the
boundary line and attempt to intercept the
raider. The troopa left tue foil at 4 o'clock;
p. m. of the ame day and traveled during
the entire night on their way t t lie bound,
ary. Thursday the l'Jtb. the t-ergeant of
the train with Indian acouu, who were In
an advance of t"be troop col
umn, came across a party of
Cree in possession of the itolen stock,
near the eastern end of White Horse Lnk t
not far Irora Sweet Graslll,,
The Creel deployed and opened lire upon
the party. The leader of the Cpa. in at
tempting to crawl where the Sergeant bad
taken position with hS scouU, wa called
hy the Sergeant. Capt. Norwood, upon
hearing the firing, hurried aitb his com
mand to the scene of the fight, and, deploy
ing b!i force, commenced to dislodge tha
Indians. One more Cree waa killed,' after
which tbe Indiana escaped across the line.
The stolen stock stampeded during tbe
fight, and were not recovered. General
Rugar has established a summer c imp of
five companies in Sweet Grans mils, and
If the Crees oonie over the line
again they w'll doubtless be treated a
hostile. The British Indians have ben
annoylngthe settlers coniderably of late,
stealing stock. It is expected that there
will be lively work on the border If they
THE WHEAT CROP.
Fine Proipsxti for an Average Yield The
Xiw TORE , April 23. The Tnoune
prims report of the condition of ths wueat
crop In the west and northwest. Editori
ally tie Tribune lava ' 'It will be seeu by
these reports lhat tbe outlook la good for
an average crop of wheat thli year. Tbe
reports of damage from tbe severe
cold prv to have been unfound
ed in neatly all cases. Warm, genial
weather of the past few week bus
tuni'-'l the bn.wn noidi green, and thus
dispelled tbe gloomy forebodlujjs which
were rile a tuoniu or so ago. From Min
nesota. Nebraska, Indiana, Illinois, Kau
saj, Michigan, Missouri. Iowa and Dakota,
the great w heat-growing sections, the re
ports are all favorable for a fair average
crop and in aorue caici for an In
crease over that of last year. There
will be a slight falling off in the product of
Mlnuesota. but this will be due to the fact
that Minnesota tanners are turning more
each year to dairy farming which yields a
aw liter and surer return than wheat. Tbe
falling off iu that stale, however, will be
more than counterbalanced by the in
creased acreage in the newer wheat
growing sections like Oskota, which will
aliuot double lt acieage, and possibly its
Missouri State New.
jEKPr.rtsox Citv, Mo., April 23. Th6
Supreme Court this morning referred J
additional cases to the Commissioners1
This makes a total uutuber of 00 cases re
ferred to the Commissioners this term.
In the case from Iron aunty of W. E.
Berry, respondent, M. St-Louis and Iron
Mountain ftallroad Couipuuy, the appeal
w as dismissed.
A ease from Shelby county, Wealey
Young appellant vs. the Hannibal and St,
Joseph Eallroad Company, was strickeu
from the docket.
The Governor to-day remitted $1,000 of
forfeiture on tbe bond of Thomas Tod,
who was uuder two charges of robbory iu
Jackson county. Half of the forfeiture had
been paid bv Tod's mother, and on recom
meudationtbo remainder was remitted.
Articles of aVsoclailon were filed with the
Secretary of State, and certificate Issued to
the Llano Lire Stock aud Land Company of
St. Joseph, capital 00.Mi all paid up but
VicTontA, B. C, April 23. -News wa"
received from the northwest coast ot the
drowning of Chapman and Penny, two
missionaries attached to the Presbyterian
Dlipatchei Just received from the main
land say the Cblleoaten Indians have risen
against the Chinese miners and killed two,
and driven tbe rest Into their lodge bouse,
which they surrounded, and when a mei
songor left for the nearest telegraph sta
tion the Indians wero assaulting It, and
more are probably massacred.
Tbe Noted Jamee.Jn,
Atchibov, Kas., April 23. Jamai
Thomas and Edward Barlow, desperadoei
of Jesse James' noted gaugi who robtied
tLe Normauville pnat-ofhVt) and ihot the
wife of Postmaster Nonnllo, hid a bearing
before Commissioner Price this morning.
They were held on a charge of destroying
Government property. It is a capital of
fense and will be tried in State courts.
8T. Jacobs, III., April 2H. It is Just
discovered that J, G. Anderson, an old
and resnected citizen who has held many
olllcei of public trust, has been systemati
cally forging notes for several years. He
his fled. Ills method was to forge a new
note iu pay of old ones. The notes that
have so far come to light aggregato iW.Ow
Wakhinotoh. April 23.-Ailstaot
Secretary French of the Treasury Depart
ment, baa gone to New York to remain,
about a week. During bis absence, Assist
ant Secretary New will algu tho ottlolal
mall, as acting secretary.
Providbxce. April i8. There la n
special change in Senator Antboby'a ton
dltlon. Us tastlUarlUoalljlU.
FEARLESS FREDDIE'S FRACAS.
A Policeman Hal to Intorferoto Pacifj
Bai-timobr, Md., April 2.-Whetl
Mrs. Lau'try camo to this city from Wa-h-liirtou
on Thursday evening Freddie Gub
bardt wu here to iiiiet htr. lie h:td come
on the train before her with six trunks and
had taken rooms as near to her m he could
could get them at the St. James Hotel, in
ths fashlonahle part of the city, and undr
tbe very shadow of the pivot around which
swelldom revolves, the Washington monu
ment. Jle Is well known among club men
here, having been a ircquent visitor t i tho
rmllco races, and took oils opportunity
to renew acquaintance. . At the same time
his attentions to the Jersey Lilly were verv
markitd. He ate with her, drank with W.
rode with her and walked with her. Ho
was at every performance at the Academy,
Diade himself as conspicuous as possible
and became as public a feature ot tho
Langtry engagement as the Lily
bfrself On Friday morning the
iirian published a detailed acoount of
fe,el.brdt's behavior at the theater the
evening before, wblcli waa not very com
pliiieiitury to him. This made him very
an, ry and be made several threats against
Hits writer. The American poked fuu at
htm for these loreau. Matters culminated
Saturday night during the Lngtrv per
formaice at the Aoadetnv Gehl.arilt had
singled out John S. Shr'lver, one of tne
staif cf tbu American, as the probable
author of tbe articles, and had re.olvsd to
with him. Shrlvcr is a small man, about
one-half Gebbarclt's slie. After the
fourth act of "As You Like It," !a-t
night, Shiiver started to leave the theatra.
and as he wa going out met the Deputy
Marshal of Police of the city, Jacob r rev.
and Detcetlve Portler. 'J hey went out
to the pavement together and
here met Oebbardt, who bad
two friends with him. (irl.hardt stepped
up tobhriver and ilemiudcd his reasons for
writing the article that h3d appeared In
the American Shriver, when Gebhardt
began to speak, turned bis hack npon him,
and the Deputy Marshal steppe J forward,
and gently touching him said, "Pleaso
move on. you are disturbing tbls gentle
man. He has not addnsaed you."
Gcblisrdtjfell at once Into rage. ''Take
vonr hands off me, take 'em off; what right
have rou to touch me. Do you know w ho
I am? If rou don't take your bands off I'll
"Will you move on," sternly aaked the
"Do you know
WHO 1 AM?"
skedFreddle. "I'll have you arrested."
How dare you touch me. "
"Sir, you came here and ire trying to
nake a quarrel with a gentlemin who has
refused to notice you. Will you
leave or shall I take vou to the station
house?" "Do you know who I am?"
"Oh, yes," replied the marabali "I
have often seen you at the raoe course.
You are Freddie.1'
A crowd that had gathered lunched
heartily it this.
"You know my name," said Freddie
to tbe marshal, "please tell me yours."
"Mv namo is Prey, and I am diputy
marshal of police of this city," was tbe
Freddie at once began to apologize, He
then opened on reporters in general, call
ing them all blackguards, but tbe silent
contempt with which he waa treated by
nrnt triWeft him
m,i apologlei toTa marshal Freddie and
bis fvltndi went back to tbe theatre. Af
ter the fcerformance Gebhardt went to the
hotel with M,is. Langtry and took the train
with ber for New York.
flocking to oar Connfry.
New York, April 23. Rufu Hatch bas
broken out in a new spot. He says:
"England Is bankrupt iu soil, politics,
and rclig'on. lletweeii titles and rents,
which are spent In London and on the
continent, and farmers are unable to get
along, and arj giving up their farms.
Business aud professional men are awak ing
to the fact that ibe country is over
populated, and within the next twelve
months fW wealthy emigrants will come
to this country, bringing at least i50,(oo,.
000 with them. Next year not lesi than
ilOu.OOii.OuO of foreign capital will arrive
here. Iu Ireland I law nothing but
iquallld misery, and in France thewndl
tiim nt the ucaiantrv is about as bad as
possible, and economy is wltb them not a
yirtuohuta netviHlty. Tho Engllih are
beginning to see that every 1,000 miles ot
railroad in thl country Is opening up the
great wext to the English and bringing lu
products nearer to tbe EiH'h markets.
They want, aud will buy lair prices,
every pound of food we o i i ' ''o in.
Thefr crop will fa',1 this yeui , .in ! nivo
an amplo market for all wc can expoi; . "
Tbe Ulll Iuveeilcatton.
Waxrinuton, , D. C. April 23.
Tbe committee selected by Secretary I ol
gr to Investigate the charges against Su
pervising Architect Hill, of the treasury,
Diet at ten o'clock in the treasury depart
ment. As neither wttucaeei nor accusers
were present, the committee, after wait
Inuhnifan hour or more, adjourned until
10 o'clock Wednesday morning, when It Is
expected that tha Philadelphia firms who
have preferred charges will be in attend
ance to substantiate them. Ulll filed wltb
the oommlttpo this morning an answer to
such of the charges as are speolliod.
Steel Work floeed.
Cincinnati, April 23. A TItnes-Star
fiore, Ohio, special says: The Thomas
Iron works are closed on acoount of aatrlke
of the coal haulers agalnat a reduction of
wanes- The Beasomer steel works, Straits
vIIIh, ara closed for the same reasou.
Jnmplug; on lit Train.
Wnxa Point, April 23. Guy, a small
onufW. G. Smith, of this place, had a
leg cut off shove h'.i ankle by a freight
train passing over It. Tbe accident was
caused by the hoy trying to get aboard of
President Arthur arrived In Washington
at 0'.ii o clock on Sunday night. He Is
looking quite well.
Mrs, Mover, sister of ex-Presldenl John
son, died at the I'nlon Depot in Colter
ouniy, Tenn., on Thursday.
An explosion occurred In ady namlte fao
tnry at Laperucen ispaln, on Sunday, The
oodles of several victims hsve been recov
ered. It Is feared mom will be found.
("apt. Davis, of tho Memphis File De
part ui tit , was killed on fcunday morning
fij a falling wall during a Are In a saloon.
A plpi'imin was also seriously injured at
the sinne lime,
At Dover, Del., on Saturday, O'Brien's
circus was attacked by a mob after
the r veiling performance. Charlos
Henderson one of ths proprietors,
was shot In Ihe eve aud Is not expected to
A d"siiHi ate light occurred at Murfrees
boro, Tenn., on' 8aturdajr over a game of
curds, In which Matt Raniomo shot
and killed William Itansome. his cousin.
Both purtles belong to prominent fsml
llos. A irightful arclnoe passed over Wesson,
Miss. , snd the' town or Boauregard, a mile
sbo'e, about 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon.
milling were torn to 'atoms. The
pin fnrost near Waswin waa blown
out of existence. The loss of
Mt both in Wesson Md BaaurSiiar M
Fenian Strength In Great Britain Estimated
Losno, April 23. The Time ears tbe
Onvernment has obtained information ' in
the course of recent Inquiries that the en
roled mombers of tlio Veiilnn organization
In tho l.'niied Kingdom number 100,000,
and there r besides distinct offshoots of
Fenlanlsm, ucli tbe Vlgllants and
Invincible. Kugene Kingston, wha was
arrested at Liverpool and taken to Dublin,
was a member of both thus branches.
Such double membership li unusual. There
are besides secret amnions affiliated with
the American dynamite party. Tbe police
have accurato Information regarding
the movements of the conspirator, and
It Is expected further revelations will be
Livr.Rpoot.. April 23. The loea by
ihe burning of Mr Olrard Dates' cotton
and general warehouse and Oarneck,
Bibby fc Co. 'a ship chaidUery and rope
walk here Saturday Is now fixed at2SO.-'
Portsmouth, Eng., April 23.-Lettrs
have been received hv the officer of the
branch here of the Bank of England
threatening the destruction of that build
ing by dynamite. A detective, In conse
quence, has been detailed to we'eh the
LoN-tojt, April 23. Lord Coleridge,
Lord Chief Justice of England, has rendered
a decision In favor of Charles Hradlaugh,
in the action brought against Newdegate,
Member of Parliament for North War
wickshire, for uninfnlning the suit of
Clarke against Bradhuch, In regard to the
letter's sitting and voting In the Commons
without tJiklug the oath nt allegiance.
LorON, April 23. In the Common
ibis afternoon Bourke (Conservative) gave
notice he would question the Government
as to whether anv steps had been laken hv
the authorities at Washington relative to
the conspiracies aialn-t Fnirbmd alleged to
have been oran !zd In Amerlra by mem
bers of the Irish dynamite party.
London. April 23. Soldiers war sud
denly called into service Friday to protect
the lower war. Is of Windsor Caatle. The
ward li now being patrolled oooaUntly.
KELLY ON TRIAL.
DrBtTN, April 23. Tlmothr Keller,
the alleged Pbirnlx Park murderer, in
whose case the Jury failed to agree last
Friday, was again placed on trial to-dar.
tTBUN, April 23. The real name of
' 'Feathcrstone, ' one of tho alleged dyna
mite conspirators In ctstodv here, is 'Ed
mo'i l O'Brien Kennedy, ft. Is stated he
has turned Informer and Is giving Informa
tion to the authorities toileting the dolugi
of the oonsplrators.
Paris, April 23. The commute of tb
Chamber of Deputies to which
was referred tha bill providing tor
tbe conversion of five per cents into four
and one-bait per cents Das reported favors-
Tb)Twhehnsrt A tme-
Boston, April 23. The 0vernor son
a i ollb r Id ... S.;h- .1 ol JJraiui,
ni ruc in,' them to aaum nil powers
aud duti.'S of tho hoard t' Ustoes of the
State Alms-bouie, at Tewkesbury, t
take effect at once. The Governor alio
sent an order summarily ousting the board
Washington. A.rll23. The President
had u good night's ret. He arose late
much refreshed and received Secretaries
Teller, Chandler and Lincoln and Poat-mat-r-Gvnerat
Ores ham euring the after-
APRIL 23, 1883.
CATTLE Weak; 10 lower; exports
$) luri ftO; good to choice shipping
&7iKao05; common to fair W OOfoKJ 00;
butchers fi tOoaYiOO; stockers and feeders
$4 "Mb 25.
UUG.i-Active aud firm 10 higher; light
$7 26ft7 75; mixed packing 7 '20fS1 00;
heavy packing aud shipping $7 bwS7 tw.
HOGS Strong; active demand from all
clases of buyers. Light to good York
ers H 20r7 85; rough and thin packing
JO 90fa7 10; mixed to good do 7 25037 fW:
heavy shippers aud good butchers $7 40
7 50; extra heavy $7 &sV37 tW; skips and
culls i 2.WI 55.
SHEEP-Quoied: Common $3 2.V23 50;
fair to good W'r4 75; choice $.Va5 70.
Wooled sheep not quotable.
WHEAT May $1 HHr3l 11 V; June
$1 14 S : .Tuly $114:; August fl 11 bid;
year f I 07 S.
COIIN-Aprll 64 bid; Msv MkGiV; June
MV; July 58 V.
OATS-Aprll41H bid; Tay41X; June
42Hfa21 H ; July 42; year 83 bid.
ST. LOU ift .
WTIKAT-April $1 13 h, May $1 13 H:
Jini' in lHVtol lM';July$l 14 to $ 13 hi ;
August fl 12 to (1 1 IX; year $1 0OH to
tl 00 V.
(ORS April WW h; May to MW;
June 52 ? to 52 S ; July M W to M ; August
WsOS'5 VPar45V'a' and latc.1 46 b.
OATS-Aprtl42W h.j May 4'JK; June
4cM July 40 W b. fVi-eitS
WHEAT May H 21 H ; June fl 23Kj
July fl V4W. ...
COKN May 87H taked; Juna 87X
OATS-MnvM uskod; Juns 50 asked;
Couniry Prmlitre, Its.
BI7TTEU Creamery; Choice to fancy
27r92 : seconds at best dairy ratei.
Choice to fancy ilalrv '.WW; fair in good
HVovJti; isimmon namil. Sales: 60 tubs
low grade stllc.
EGG-Deman I fair and market steady
at 18S ; goose eggs 25.
LIVE I' il'LTIt Y Chickens Cocks $3
2.V(t3 6'ij mixed.;! 7.vfl, according to the
number of corks In a eoop; hens $4 2ofii4
60, top rate for fancy large; spring chick
ens in goou reoui'st at mm tor large
mail and s ruuiiy sen rainy ut oti'a.i nu;
urkrva JMVS-14, ton rate for Oobhlprsi
dni'ks $W "i, awordliiK to size; plgnons
LEAD rirnipr. Sales: 10 cars sprolsl
brand of hard at H Oo this slii. Reflnsd
not quotahla aboc tills prlot),
Country tnarksts flrtnfr. Weather lj
Englantl rathrr nnfavorabla. Mlt'O
Anicrtcan oom to arrive advanoed 6U.
Whaat llnniiri No. i spring lis Id! o.
sprliia fl 4d I Western winter Os Id t mlirsd
Wostorn com (Irmly hsld tUHi. Os
rnand from United Kingdom and
ucnt good for wheat and aorn. .....
Tha blood ia the foundation ot
We, it circulates through every part
of the body, and unless it la pure
and rich, good health is impossible.
If disease has entered the system
the only sure and quick way to drive
it out is to purify aiftl enrich tha
These simple facts are well
known, and the highest medic)
authorities agree that nothing but
iron will restore the blood to its
natural condition; and also that
all the iron preparations hitherto
made blacken the teeth, cause head
ache, and are otherwise injurious. -
Hrown's Iron Bitters will thor
oughly and quicVly assimilate with
the blood, purifying and strengthen
ing it, and thus drive disease from
any part of the system, and it will
not blacken the teeth, cause head
ache or constipation, aud is posi
tively nut Injurious.
Saved his Child.
7 N. Eutaw St., Baltimore, Md.
Cents : t'p0" ths recommenda
tion of a friend I tried bxowN't
Ikon 1'irrana ss a Innle and re
storative f"r my daughter, whi m
1 was thoroughly convinced aa
wasting cny svith Consumption,
llavinj lost three tUuliters by the
terrible discaae, under the ore ot
eminent physicians, I v. as lutli to
relieve tlut anything Could aires!
prngresa of the disease, but, u
try grcnt surprise, before my daugh.
ter nnd taken one bottle of Bkown's
Ikon Hittshs. she beg.in tr. mend
and nosv is quite restored to former
health. A fifth daughter began to
how s'sr.s of Convumptton, and
when ilie ph'-sician was consulted
be quickly said "Tonics were re-
Suired;" and whtn informed thai
ie elder sisterwas takinR Hiows't
Ikon IIittsks, responded "that Is
a good tonic, take It."
AouKAX Phils. ,
T?rwn's Ion Bittfrs efTcctual
ly cures Dyspe)sia,.Int'.i:5t:on and
Weakness, aud renders the greatest
relief and benefit to persona suffering
from such wasting diseases as Con
sumption, Kidney Complaints, etc
NEW YORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stuck
IN 't'TT "- "TT.
GOODS SOL1) VKRYC'LDrfK
O. O. PATIEU fo OO
Oor. Nineteenth slrest I ., -,v Ml
Commarelal Avanne f L'tlirt',
N. B. Tliistlewood & Bro.
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
Oniro. - - - Illlnotg,
Nelson County Whisky,
137 OHIO l.EVEE.
las. a. sarrn.
Grand Central Store.
CAIRO. - TLtLi.
WM. ' OEHLER
IhoD ob Balllday A venae, batwssn oatth aasl
BUlh BtweU, Cairo, Illinois.
OT All studs ol light sod heavy blasjksmltalasj,
waaon and carriage work does lathe saoetwoik
maallks auner Horae-shoalBi a aosxudt aast