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Scarlet Fever with de
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rvm W. F. Samd
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"Hie phyticlxna here
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irent of Diphtheria.
i Tetter dried op.
t noicra, prevented.
llreri punned aa4
In rate of Death It
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the corpat it will
prevent any unpleas
The eminent Phy.
alrlan, J. MARION
! M.MS, M. D., Mew
i York, un: "I no
I convinced Prof Darbya
j frophvlartlc Fluid U a
I Scarlet Fever
Tanderbllt Cnlverslty, Naahrllle, Tenn.
I testify to the ruon ecelient qualitiet of Prof.
Darbyi Prophylactic Fluid. At a dinfecunt and
dtterrnt it it both theoretically and practically
aupenur to any preparation with which 1 am so
quainied. N. T. Lurro. prof. Chcmittry.
Darbya I'luld it IWorainended by
Hon. Ai.!:xamubh H. jfawntiiHS, of Ceorwia:
Rev. Chas. F. DEBtflfU.D., Church of th
Stranpn, N. Y.;
ios. LaCoKTi.Culumbla. Prof .l'nivertity.S.C.
ev. A. J. Battm, Prof, Mercer University;
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INDI.SPKNSABl.K TO EVEItY UOME,
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hrre claimed. Far fuller Information get of your
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Phvician and Surgeon.
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. THE IRISH COUNCIL
Proceedings of the Great Na
Sullivan's Eloquent Addren-Pir.
neir Mother Preient-An
Philadfi.phia, April je.-Tbe dJ.
rm to the Irlih Satlonal Conentior)
f ntbered ilowly thti raornlnB and ibowed
mark of fatl)ru from lonj eewlon.
Delcgatee from all reputable Inih or
paulmtlona In the United State, and Cant
da, which art in accord with the Dublin
platform, were entitled to aeata the
floor. At a reault of which the delegate
eau were full, at were the gallerlei, being
vldeutlT considered the great day of tbe
Shortly before 1J o'clock eX'Mayor T. V.
PowderlT. of 8craotoo, Pa,, tbe noted
labor leader, Hated tbat aa toon at the
eommlttM of teven srrlvedtaa convention
would he called to ordet. A few mlnutet
later Mrt. Delia Parnell entered etcorted
pjr Alexander SullWan, of Chicago, who
Introduced her amid tiemendout applause
m "A ereattr thaa the mother of tbe
At 12 o'clock fiulllran, at tbe requert of
tbe committee of teren and In pursuance
of the offlciul call, called tbe body in order.
He epoke at followt:
"The rlllfV fit vtApmAn.llir nn.nnB k.
prooeedlnvt of tblt convention hat been at
tlgned to me by tbe dlttlnpulebed gentle
men whfe namet are appended to tbe
eall. M'hen we heboid the penonal Diag
nltude of tblt ataemblage; when we con
elder the geographical area from wblch It
bat been eponUneoutlr drawn; when we
contemplate the lntenalty of patalon which
animate. It for the tole object we htve
In view, and tat dlvermtf of hon
eet opinion coru'ernlDg the method!
by which tbtt object may be accomplished.
It It meant tbat we ibould, on the Terr
tbreebold of our debatet. Invoke him In
whose hand are tbe deetinlee of natloot,
that our proceed mn mty be cbaractcrtred
by wdom, toleration and prudence, that
they may reault In that actual unity which
alone will Ineure tubitantlal progreat la
curing Jutle for our motber-ltnd. We
bold the inouiilout potltioo of being tbe
only fairly and freely oboaen parliament
wblch muy aaiemble to consider tke wel
fare of the w retchedly oppoaed, plundered
aod mltgoverned people, and we are re
trained it the tame time from tterplng
outtlde the function! of auxlllatiei to the
patriot! who are heroically atruggllng
at borne and in alien, hoe
tile Itglalature La the vain
hope of awaking the long-iui-
? ended oonwience of tbe powerful and
nitnl foe. How great are the poeelbllltlet,
bow great the reipotinbllltlet of tbli con
vention! We have met neither on the one
and to dictate to our bret bre Bin Ireland
In anything nor, on tbe other band to
apologize to tbelr and our common enemy
for anythirg. We bare mat to
ORGaNIM AXD tO.NCI.N TRAT1
all the forte of our ran, that their ualUid
ttrength thall he made potential in our
national itmggle. We have met to eollrtlfy
all elcmente of our national ivmpathv,
that hereafter tbey iball be authorized to
Vak, not for party; not for
mm, but for united exiled Ireland.
We have met to tell our bretbern In Ire
Und tbat It In tbelrt to cbooee tbe road
which lfad to llbertv and our to march
with them on it. Tb racial blood that
flowt in our vin iball feel tbe
tame pulte beat at tbelrt. and that ttt
ahall be ti firm and at tteady at tbe tap of
tbe dnim on the morning of battle. It
la eminently proper we thould assemble
around the cradle of American Independ
ence, for In itt achievement! tbe Irlah race
won tbe flrt enduring triumph agatnit
tyrannr, which it iball continue to
resut until iu clutch U looeened from
e- e e
It km th noble bout of tbe young
patriot u he wai about to airend the scaf
fold tbat be had wished to procure for hli
country the guarantee tbat watblngton bad
procured for America. In the iplrft in
which Robert Emmet died we live. In hli
wordi wi ire determined on delivering
our nitive country from tbe yoke of foreign
and unrelenting tyranny and "to place her
independence herond tbe reach of any
power on earth;' ' that we bavt upon our
rieltleratlon the approval of Almighty
God, andofjuitmen mho love liberty,
we muit show m thli parliament of our
race ateemMod In the cltv of brotherly
love that tverv Prt ii let! than the cauae;
tbat every Individual la etteemed below
our country, aod tbat every Iriibman aa a
The ipecch wai mot warmly reoelved.
IV, MORRIS J. DORNIY,
of Chicago, wai elected temporary presi
dent. On taking tbe cbalr be thanked tbe
now-Hpanert f"r the klndoeai aocorded to
the Irlnh In tbe report! of tbla convention.
Tbpre wat a parllamont held by people who
ought to have another method of cnooelng
t parliament. The Irish needed a place
In the estimation of tbe world, which
had hitherto been denied them.
They were left here, exiled from their
fatherland, for the hleheit purpose ever
placed before a poople, Aa free men let
them takfl advantage of them all. Let
there 1-e cherished good bo.artv brotherly
fprllDg towHrd tboae who ((iffcr at to
methods. Old Capt. Jack Barrv Marted
be American navy here; let IrlNhmen here
atart their hlp of etate. Unttcd through
out all thin great land, all would recognize
the powerof tbe Irish,
1U. O'REILLV, DETROIT,
aid experience wat a mfuctent warning to
vrarraut the presentation of the following
rulei: No ilelf'ptc ahall ipeak more than
twice on any aulijcct. nor more than once
until every delcgutA wbo wlNbea to apeak
on the subject under consideration iball
have done io. N delegate shall apeak
lonpar than five minutes unlets bv unanU
mous consent. All reiolutioiu iball be
handed unread to the lecreiary and re
fnrred to the committee on
resolutions, Only delegates ahall be al
lowed on the floor of the convention exoe.pt
bv rote. Ni debute ihull be In order on
any niliject not included In tbe call for the
Dr. O'Reilly moved the preriout quti
tlon on the adoption of the rulei.
Dr. Boland seconded the motion.
Klnertv, of Chlcugo, tald the object of
tlilt motion was to cut oft debate, and he
wat opposed to It. Several angry protest!
arose at once. A Chicago man said the
delegate would not stand being gagged.
Tbe previous question could not be moved
on the question.
Powera. of Chloago roee to a point of
order and said: "That man (pointing to
Dr. O'Reilly) haa bo right to be here. We
thould adopt the rulei of evory parliamen
tary convention. We will not te gagged."
He moved to lav tbe motion ou the table.
Hit motion wat lout on a tiling vote.
The prevloui queitlon wai then put and
declared to he carried. Tbe rulei then, on
a vote, were declared adopted.
Mooney moved that all delegate! regular
ly admitted to the Land Loague Convention
be admitted to this floor. Carried.
Free ley, of New York, nominated Win.
I. Koucu. ol Troy, for tecretarr. Brown,
of hi. Louis. O.J. Haypei, of Buffalo, and
Mr. Wtu. Qltanoa, tf GUvtltad were alts)
iiiiiirvin'nnin n ouur ensner . t. .h.t. .n..L.a
- -K. MB MB'
- CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRThAV, Mnpvritfii Annrr
... n - " p aueavtv eau tail
AO 00 11 V (UimiAfl Thai ,.fc.U Man.l
- , . saw VMBil VUaBI wafW
thuf 1L wu nnt nmnumw tm aa...nAl.
beiecretary. Tbe four genelemeu named
then declared elected.
Blake, of New York, moved a committee
on credential! of one from aeh Sute and
Territory be cboaeu. Carried.
At 1;30 the couventlon wee again called
to order. Father Dorney'i paying fifty
omit for au unclaimed telegram tbrought
forth the remark It might be for 4,No, 1,"
and w as the cause of much mlith
Father Cronlri moved that Heverendi M.
Slatterv and John Oaller, of Amtralla, be
accorded the privilege! of the floor. Car
ried. Father 8Inttery ia!d he u now ou hli
way to Ireland, and wai the flrit prleat In
Australia to oorae out on the Lena League
platform . There wai great ivmpathy with
Ireland all through Australia, its people
being with the Irish to tbe heart'! core.
Father Galler also made a few remark!.
OUT ON BAIL
Krinj, the Murderer, Breathe. Free Air Af
ter Eight Yean' Confinement.
T. Loc:e, April 26. -After etgbtyetn
and three months' cannm-meni anifim.
pens. Chirlfit F. Krlng wu to-dav given
bis liberty on a bond of t3,000. Ills next
appearance in court will bi to answer to a
charge of murder in the aeo
ond degree. to tuiuln which
there U no evidence, and which
in tbe proper time, will probably
be nolle prossed by the Circuit Attorney,
aa a trial, in view of the decision of the Su
preme Court of the United Statei and tbe
prior declsioni of tbe State Supreme
Court, would onlv amount to a farce. Any
one who knew Kfing eight yean ago, when
be waa committed to Jail, and aw him to
day as be walked with weak, uncertain
atopi to the acreen of tbe Jail, would readl
.y agree to a verdict tbat he baa luffered
much. Tbe matter waa disposed of thli
morning and Krlng will be allowed to leave
at toon at tbe bond it approved, which
will U disposed of to-day.
The details of the crime for which
Erlng'i name hoi to often appeared are
too familiar to tbe public to need publica
tion. Tbe murder occurred on tbe night
of January. 1875, at Fourteenth and Mill
lanpbv ttreeta, when he wai rebuked by
Mr. Dora Broenner, the wife of hla buaf
nesi partner.with whom he wai insanely In
love. On her refusal to accompany
him he drew a revolver and flred twice,
fatally Injuring her.
Larkln, tb WonM-b Hartferwr mm
Nw York, April 28. -Frank Larkin,
the base-ball player, who Tuesday abot hli
wife arid cut bis own throat, tried again to
kill himself In the hospital yesterday, He
wanted to see bit wife, wkjo It in aa ad
Joining ward, but wai refused. He wai
told that there waa little cbance for her
recovery. Suddenly he sprang up in hli
bed and (lashed bead first on the steam
register at tbe foot of tbe bed. He wai
picked up with a gain in hli h?a.l ind
trapped In red. He begged tbe ittendant
to kill him and put an end to bit lufferingt.
He claims tbat the (booting of hit wife
wai accidental . and teeing wbat be had
done he then tried to kill himself.
He gave thli story of tbe ihootlng; "I
have been a sufferer for a long time with
malaria. Dr. Hugbei, of Third itreet, bat
ben attending to me during the past
week. Tbo pain has been so Intense tbat I
took liquor to deaden it, the great dotes of
medicine prescribed not baring the effect I
desired. I remember every circumstance
that happened. I bad been drunk, hut I
hap slept off the effects and wat fixing up
to go to Baltimore on the e p. m. train.
Mr wife wai to go with me. While talk
lng over the trip I heard a knock at the
door and aiked w ho was there. Policeman
Phelan answered. I knew that be wlabed
to arrest me end would not let him iu with
out a warrant, in order to frighten blm
aw sv I discharged my pistol. One of the
balis nnck my wife, fcbe threw her arrat
ahttiit inv neck, and I, seeing wbat I had
done. ai'M. "Mv God, Maggie, have I ihot
ou!" It was then I took the razor and
ald, is eh slipped from mv grasp to tbe
Coor, I thought, dead, Ve will die to
gether. ' I thn cut my throat."
TelecrrtpDlna- WUh Oojp ftoatberai
Wahint,tox, April 8U. "Telegrami
for Mexico, Central and couth America"
Is the li.-i.-ind which a big placard In the
Western I'nlon Tolegrapb office here bean,
and I asked the receiving clerk If they haa
many messes for those couiitrtei. "Not
mnny outside thoie of the foreign offlolalt
herv," h antwered. "They file a good
many, of course, but tbe commercial mei
sages are not numerous. New York Ii the
place, where most of thote are filled. The
table business there la wonderful. The
cost, you know, Is a good deal leas than It
was a year or two ago. and tbe cable buil
nets haa Inci eased rapidly there. ' '
"Do the foreign feprcsentntlvea have
luch important matter! to communicate
often as to require tbe use of the cable?"
"Ah. that fa where you have me." be
laughed. "They write all their mossagea
In cipher of the moat untrtnilafahle kind.
I have no Idea what they mean, npr
bav t the operator! who tend and. receive
' 'The cost of these must te quite great,
it it not?"
"Yea, runs up Into the hundreds of dol
Ian for a single menage. I have received
'cm here that cut between and $1,000
for a single message. ' '
Waanivr.TON, April M. The national
banks continue to steadily Increase In
itrength and numbers. Tbe report of Uio
comptroller of tbe treasury, Just issued,
(.how the number of national banks In the
country to be 2.3.3. This Is a laneer num
ber than the country Inn ever had before.
Ten years ago there were 1,7(J of these
banks. The growth bai not been at nil
phenomenal, yet It hat been a very grati
fying ono to the friends of the system, and
the principal tuhject troubling tkem Just
now Is that It must come to in end when
the houd expire a few jean benoe. Dur
ing the present year tho number of banks
added to the list hut been about 140. By
tbe close of the fiscal year the Increase will
probably reach 176, and perhapa a larger
number than tbat. Comptroller
Knox In bis report Just out
showt that the loam of these
bands on March IS were f1,24,OOO,0O0
against $1140,000.000 In 1R73. The total rt
aourccs according to the preient report ire
l2,!fl8.(iou.0tKi. while ton yean ago they
were but $l,8no,000,noo. Compared with
one year ago, however, the resources ihow
a falling off of nearly $100,000, ooo. The
capital stock of the banks is now 00,000,
000, an Increase of nearly $20,000,000 ovar
one year ago, and tho total liabilities fj,
BW.OIHI.OOO against .,3W),O00.OOO In Octo
ber of last year. Tho amount of deposit!
Is about fb),(KH),(HH) lest than one year
ago, and the bonds to secure circulation
about i.'i,(HX),000 lesa than last year.
Oilman I nltad ftlnte-i OAlrUla.
WaawixnTojf, 1). (!., April, 88. -Secretary
Kolger snld that the aubject of the re
moval of Deputy Collector Wright, of
Chicago, had never been mentioned at the
lessloit of the Cablnt and that the Treai
ury Department had . approved of tbe
antlon of Collector flpaldlng In
making the removal. He alio
ld that Deputv Collector Wright waa
charged with official mlioonduet and
tacitly admitted the truth of tbe ohargct
by making no defense. Ono of tbe vlmrgei
against lilin waa that he bad made falsa
measurement! of vetseli, and another wu
that ha wai oomtaotly In debt to hit tuber
dtnatti for borrowed BMMjjr
Tho Tewfc aatt rt...-
1 1e'J,ly.' 1 to0 Flume of the
Tewkeabtiiry two weeki ago. He taw evert
'K.! Jd ,ount verylhlni nmarkably
iv.";fou?1 onl Prton! to
Standi.. Ptl,5U' U WM P-
propriatloa would allow no more. The
w?VI. kwef M"1 "d '.
.ti..t! gwl ii lwPPr that female
Eli t? - ,b'"ld hv ' ttendente.
w.k.,m ?,"u0f thi tnrttfit arlli at Tew
f.T. JI ,MttnM would have the Insane
i.i- n,u'"" or implored con
aunujr. The mode of restraint there waa
the tame at employed at other lintltu-
Cornellnt O'Brien te.tlfjed he went to
.MrK MTer!! P-Uenta
"A fM1 tb'Hlvet bad no one to a,
f? w '"f0, H hlMl Wai
ter Wlnnliig, a nurie, kiok an old
ran named Moran down the ward
Into hi bed. He had alto
eeen the atter tied upon thi bed for hour!
ann nearly choked to death by itrapt. He
bad knowa 'Trench Joe. " a pauper In
charge of tbe clot bei-roora, tell abei for
twertty.fjve oenti, aod when witneaa threat
ened tn write to tbe governor. Cpt. ilarth
aid he would kick Mm out of the otlioe.
Some ttrae wm spent trying to ihow that
thtttbia witneai waa a quarrelaotwa and
Re yet Heard Twm.
AlTOW. III., April 28,-The mviteriou
dliappfarance of Frank M. Browti, one of
the nfi'bt . operr.ton of tbe Chicago 4 Alton
freight ofBce, itlll puileithe police. Yea
terday bit furniture and geodi arrived
from Bloomlngtoo.and hli wife Ii expected
to-night. Brown came here about two
month! ago. Lait week he tent for hli
household effect!, and aa toon ai every
thing wai ready for Mn. Brown'i recep
tion the waa to Join him. When laat teen
be wu feeling very happy over hit wlfe't
coming. Agent Crandalltivi Brown had
been ill for many months, and wu tubjeot
to melancholy. Hit railroad friends
think that while In thli depressed ttete he
committed lulctde bv drowning, Othen
believe thit he hu been murdered. Hii
list official act wu to cub a urge check
given blm by the pay-matter of the Chicago
A Alton railroad, about 8 o'clock in
tba evening. What eatlir than to fol
low bins to eome acoluded tpotand com
mit the double crime of murder and rob
bery! A Mow Dmibv
PATiaaoT, N. J.. April 28. -William
Jacobu. aged sixteen, atarted Wednesday
toeroia Dimdle lake, but got In the current
and waa carried over tbe dam. He clung
to bli capsized boat and climbed upon It In
the mcki below the falls, and there froze
to death In four and a half houn before
aiout eight hundred ipectaton, who made
heroic effort to rescue hlra. One boat got
withl'j twenty feet of hlra after be wat too
weak to tilde off hit boat into the current,
which would hare caniinl him to the other
. A BebBtt to Sullen
Boto.i, April 28. In reply to a letter
of Gov. Butler, Astlatant Attorney-General
Shepherd savi It heretofore has been
thi practice for the Assistant Attorney
General to give opinions In the absence of
the Attorney General; that luch action bad
never before been questioned, and that
several decisions bad been given by blm
thu year to the Governor which were re
ceived without protest: alio that tbe re
cent letter to tbe Biaru of Health In quei
tlon wat aent with tbe approval of the At
Odd r el Iowa' Celebration.
Bloomi.voto.n-. III., April 28.-The Odd
Fellowa cf Central Ulluoli celebrated the
ilxty-fourth auulvuraary of Odd Fellow
ship In grand style ta thli city to-day,
raembert of the order being preient from
the different towns and cltlot In the elate.
Thousandi of si rangers are in the city to
view tbe pioceaslon. which war both Impo
sing aud magnltiint. The orator of tbe
day waa J. Ward El'ia, of Chicago.
Did ir Hereon.
Richmond, Va;, April 2t). Toe myiter
concerning tbo burglaries at Polio
Cuptain Paniter's house and tbe tying aud
gagging of bii daughter waa cleared up
this innt nlng, the young lady herself being
tho author ot the mischief. She Ii luffer
tng from a mental hallucination, which
assumed this form, probably, by hear
ing rumors of various robberlei th it had
been committed In the city and talked
t rain nitiere its fttrike.
Pmm'Kir, April 28. A delegation of
thirty coal miners lu.'t here for tbe purpose
of visiting all tbe pita where the men are
working at a reduction, and endeavoring
to get thein out to loin the atrikc which
will be Inaugurated next Tuesday. The
miner are confident of accomplishing
their mlselon. but the opvratort assert
with equal assurauce tbat they won't be
Cloefc Work a Horned.
New Havkn, Aiil 28, Tho New Haven
clock shop, covering the entire block, la
burning, with proi)Hot of a serious con
negation. Several hundred employee will
be thrown out df employment.
The loss it roughly ettlniaied at $'JOO,000.
One man Jumped from a tblrd-story win
dow, breaking his legs and arms.
Alarm In aa Aaylura.
Ntw York, April 20.-Eurlv this morn
lffg Are broke out in tho second itorv of the
east wing of the Foundlings' Asyluin, East
Mxtv-Ninth ttreet and Third avenue. The
blaze started In i bnth room attached to
ward flve. It wn soon brought under
coutrol. Tbe c'dlldren had been rapidly and
safely removed, under the direction of tbe
Sisters. Damage, ifi.Ois).
I J nm pert from a Window.
riilCA.no, Ajtil 20. -Anton CrhicU.
awaiting n trial for Insanity In thocnuuif
court bcrftf this morning dashed through
thu own window of the second itorv. fall-
In, to tho stone sidewalk, lie was picked
Prohlhliiou In tlchlgan.
Dkiuoit, April M. -in the Legislature
this forenoon the ll .u.n in.ik Its turn In
iisMlng the ppdilbldon amendment and
failed, the vole "tnuilin A7 to ihi, with 8
alsfliiti'c; necufsaiy to carry tho amend
Hunt. 07. This ends the matter in this
riTfeiivin., April .'I. -The eonferenct
coiiini'tte it the Aiuiilgainaiod Aso
nation ii ml iron miinuiaettircrs will meet
nanln n W.vliiMsdiiv , Mnv a, and riuike
nit.it ht r uMempt tu uriaiige a scale of
aages foriho niMiing venr from June 1.
ClNf.1M!TI, April 2I.-Neebergb,
Krciil.i l A Co,, one ol the largest wholrsale
cliitlilnii bouses In the div, mslKimd to
M. J. M'W'k nird Kdgar' M. Johnson.
No slatunient' Of insets and llabllltfnt.
The tiiiii's capital it animated at over
l'Hii.4Phi,nit.t, Ariril 20, The Arch
Street oiienv-house burned this morning.
The lu will not exceed $18,000, aa the
walls are si a ml lug and the front of tbe
btildlmc la uninjured.
Kkw York, April 28,-The itrike of the
cigar-makers wntlnuei. Several tnanu
factorlea will paj- ioa Uareate of a per
FOREIGN AFFAIRS. .a
Canipirittn Agiin en TrialI m'ertaat
IONDom, April 28,-The weekly ttaU
meat of the Bank of Eagland thowt a de
crease ef bullion offfS.OOO: proportion
of bank reeerve to the HablllUei, (8 t-l
LORpotr. April al.-Lord CarHna-ford.
Lord Preildent of the Council and Minliter
of Agriculture, hu reoelved a deputation
headed by the Duke of Richmond; which
eami to confer on tba subject 0f the foot and
mouth disease among cattle. Lord Carllng
ford laid they practically aiked for a gen
eral prohibition of tbe landing of live ttock
In England. The department wu only
prepared to ate Its powtri where the need
!vd ..J0' MMrtion ""d 1" America
that the dlaeaae waa practically non-axlit-ent
there might be Incorrect, but It wai
generally spreading . There wu very little
of the dlaeua In that oountry, eipeclallr In
THn DTVAMtTB COXIFt&ATOM.
Lando. April M. The teven prieet
era, Dr. (aifagher, Bernard nalTagher,
Whitehead, Dalton, Ansbtirgh, Wilton and
Curtln, who are charged with treuon felo
ny 1n connection with the unlawful use of
exploilvei, were again arraigned for exam
ination thli morning. The Ant wltneu
wuou ii? iuo uroeeouuon wat a clerk
A m n mad , .u. . i a
the American Tr.
lesnnea vr. Oalli
cher called at the Exchange and Inquired
for letten addretied to "Galer," and had
shown the utmost anxiety to gain pftiwi
Ion of t hem . W itneu thought A niburgh ,
who waa with biro, waa patting under tbe
nam of Galer for tbe purpose of obtaining
1 ,LH,Lr A.drUKir'1(,t 8t Birmingham
testified Whitehead bad bought at bla store
180 pounda of nitric add, 800 pound! of
lulpburicacld, and Wpounda of glvcerine.
Cm belnj crota-examlned bvcounte'l for the
defense, witnoss laid Whitehead wu ap
parently only etocktng hit abop with addt
uted by manufaeturen.
Lokdon, April 28,-The amount of bul
lion withdnwn from tbe bank of England
on balance to-day wu 23,000.
Dublin, April 25. Ten of the Juron on
the second trial of Timothy Kelly were la
favor of returning a verdict agalnit the
prisoner of guilty at charged in the Indict
ment The trial of Michael Fagan, charg
ed with tbe murder of Burke, wu re
sumed Joseph Smith, Infromer. iwore
Edward McCaffrey wu In Phoenix Park
on the evening of May 6. Jaroe Carey,
however, denied be taw McCaffrey there
tbat evening. Counsel for defente regard
the oonfllot between tbe two itatementa u
Tbe protecutlou have clotad tbelr cato
aud tbe case for the defense bat been
ogeaed. Tbey will attempt to prove an
thy, try rAir.
Kelly will be again placed for trial Mon
day next. If the Jury do not agree on a
verdict then be will be tried again.
Parib. April 20. Three of the penont
injured by the eitiloeion of gas In the green
room of the Amblgu Theater, laat night, are
n a daugeroua co.idil'on.
BAjnc or rnAxat.
Pari!, April 26. The weekly statement
of the Bank of France showi an Increise of
4,0lii,UW franct in gold and 424,000 in ill
BiRi.rv, April 28. Tbe statement
of the In perial Bank of Germany ahowt
in lnerca a in specie or8,8A0,000 marki.
AmiF.RMLf.K, N. C. April M. Dr.
Frank P. Wilson, a phyilclau of Yancey,
oommltiud lulctde In the Ashervllle hotjl.
lie left a note to hit wife, laving: "Life la
misery ; am golnb' to hell.
PnnviprwR. It. I., April 28. Senator
Aiithoin'" ;'.n Una aftrnoon Indi
cates no cuau.c. lie It iloeplug apparea
APRIL 28, 188.1.
CATTLE Dull at 10c lower; exports
W 1.VI8 fX); gnod to choice' shipping
$5 7.VaolO: common to fair W Surtifl 70;
butcher U 85fS- 20; stockers aud fueden
HOGS Slow; DfeMOc lower; light $7 lOfet
7 66; mixed packing t7 10rii4o; heavy
packing aud shipping 7 &0mi7 HO.
CATTLE Go8d to heavy native iteen
fft nwtfO 80; light to fair H OOeVS W; com
mon to medium uative ateen H 6va
2A; fair to good Colorado Wi! 60; louth
west J3 7.VWs corn-fed Texans M 76C
8 05; common to gimd stneken $4 40f 66;
fair to good Ifeeden M 7.VM75; common
to choice native cowa and heifers $.'1 W
r?4 00; scallawags of any kind .t.W3 ft).
HOGS Light grudua active and strong,
heavy rather weak. Light to good
Yorkers $7 R.Va'7 "; olioieo do $7 60;
packing $7 lO'HT 41; butchers to heavy
7 607 81; skip in-LeulU J8 60 M 75.
PlllilCl'-C.ood fat ihenrod W"-V com
mon do dull at $.1(38 .V.
WHEAT April 1 inv; Msv fl .V;
Juno ill3H; Julv ti U'-.'rtfSj August
$1 lVll"' tember fl ftOb;vcarl 07S.
COltS Mtv 66 VW'.; June 87"jj July
60: August SOS ; vear 40.
OAl'S-Mav 41 t; June 42 S fa) V ; July
42 41 year fc-ls .
WHKAT-May rl 2o,; juru, fi 3V:
COK.V-Mav67S ; .Tuno tl ; Julv 68.
OATS May 40 i : June MH j July 60 M.
rtHiBirx rrodiiets F.le.
BtTTEK CreMiucry a I 27fo"0 for choice
and fancy; second nt bent Dalrv ratet.
Choice to fancy Dalrv J.'t'n -.'."i ; fair to good
l.VnU! eoiiiiniin frrlo. ,hIcs! 6 tubs fancy
Dalrv at 2.'i 32 do tiiiiloo do 23. Receipts
U 70 lbs.
KOtiS M.'ailv at l.i. tiooio Eggv 20.
1,1 Vi: I.THY -Chlckuns Cocki St
eOv.i 7'i; mixed ,rn I Hons H lv4 7.
Hil'lllg clilekeus fe,nlv tales at $3f30, ao
coiillng to sire. We quote nominally:
Turkeys WH II; Ducks VitXI 76: Plgeoni
1 ."). .
LF.AD-tjulet. lb-fined will not bring
over W 26, and cnniioi, be had for leu.
bales 2 cars bard it i 16, and 1 at $4 26.
Mark Uue W licit and com dull.
Country markets Hi m, No. 2 spring and
red with r wheat off cnat declined Od.
Good American rnru off coast and to ar
rive declined 7d. Not spring and Califor
nia wheat lo arrive (Inclined 8d. Wheat
quid and unchanged; Ha, 2 ipring 9
Hd; No. 3 spring tis Cd.; vvritern winter 9a
Id mixed western coin dull and outer
alia Hd. Demand from United Kingdom
The blikvl it the foundation ol
life, it circuUet through every part
of the body, and uuIcm it is pure
and rich, gnod health is impossible.
If dinaje hu entered the system
the only ittre and quick way to drive
it out U to purify end enrich the
These simple fact are weU
known, and the L;fcI.ct medical
authorities agree that nuking but
iron will rv .e tis Uoo.1 to its
natural condition; a.ii that
all the iron preparations hitherto
made blacken J- teeth, cutise head
ahc, and are otherwise injuriom. .
Browm's Iros Bitters will thor
oughly ar.i t,.iicHly aasimilate with
th: Mood, purifying and strengthen,
ing it, aad tlms drive disease from
any part of the istm, and it will
net blacken the tecih, cause head
oclie or constipation, and it pcq-
lively not injurious.
Saved his Child.
17 N. Euuw St, Baltimore. Md.
Ktb, i, i8o.
Gnit: Upoa the recoirmenrt
tien of a friend I tried Khowm'
I son Hittshs at a tnnic and r
ttorative fot my daughter, whom
1 sat thoroughly convinced wu
watting away with Consumption.
Hain(( lott three daughters by th
ttrrihle dittate, under the care pf
jwinent phytiajant, I waa loth to
relieve tnat anything ctmld amst
the progresa c4 the diteate, hut, en
my irvat tiirprite, before my daugh.
ler had taken one bottle of BanwK't
I sow Iltnrsi, the hr;an to mend
aad now ia nulie restored to rbrmcr
health. A noh daughter begaa to
show signs of Consumption, and
when the phytician wat consulted
he quickly said " Tonics were re.
quired ;' and when informed that
ihe elder titter wat taking Boww"
Isoh UtTTaas, responded "laat h
a good tonic, uhe it,"
BamvN's Iron Bittrrs effectual,
ly cures Ij spersia, Indigestion and
Weakness, and renders the greatest
relief and benefit to persons suffering
from such wasting diseases u Con
sumption, Kidney Complaints, etc
NEW YOUK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RF.T.1L.
Dip liHi'iest Variety Hunk
IN Till-', CITY.
(.001 W SOU) VKliVCLOHE
t'oanoerrlal Avnn f
aV. P. Thistlewood & I5ro.
(.RAIN SACKS milt TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
Caiiyt.- - - iiunoiri,
Nelson County Whisky.
137 OI UO LEVKB.
ai. a. tarrn. mataT a. earra,
Grand . Central Store.
CAIRO. - - ILL,.
Chap ne Ra'llday Avenue, between nerta ia4
buiu nirvete, i;airo, iiuuoii, .
rrAII kludiol llahlaudheavf blseksailthtaa'. '
wagoa aad carrlagt work done lathe notwiE- ,
saaallke manner. Knrte-thovlBe aiDeciali tmA