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THE CAIRO. DAILY BULLETIN.
fiAlR0.3 ILLINOIS, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 28, I8H3.
A Household Article for VJnlveresU
For Rcarlet ud
Sore Throat, Small
J Pox, Measle. and
11 Contagtotu btaeaite. Persons wutincoa
Ilia hl'.k sliuulii lue il freely. Scarlet Fevsr ha
never been known to spread where lh Fluid wa
uwd. Vtllow Fever has been cured with It after
black vmiilt hail tiskcu place. The wont
cases of iJiplithtria ylcii lo It.
Feveredim! Sick Per. I BMAIX-POX
anna refreshed and and
lied Kore prevent-, PITTING of Small
u by naming wiin
Impure Air mule
l.ariali-ss and puriliol.
Fur Sure Throat ii U a
A number of my faav.
Ily vaa uka with
Small po. 1 used tb
j Fluid ; the patient w
i int dcliriout, waa bo
pitted, and waa about
lor Fronted 1 fit.
Mr r runic m , ". . . , .
Chilblain. Pile... 'i'VTt ZL
Snrja .'w-u toy us ue.
lily tver prci.j
To purify the Ureal h,
Clean,, the Teeth,
it un t be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
Iiyaeotfl. J cured.
Wounds healed rapidly.
Aa Antidote for Animal
or Vegetable Poisons,
I used the Fluid during
our present airlicunn wiin
Scarlet Fever with de.
cided advantage. It la
inditpent ibie to the lick,
room. Wat. F. Sami
1 poid, Eyrie, Ala.
had lu-l-W. ra
The phyiidans here
ute Darby Fluid very
successfully la the treat
ment of Diphtheria.
Tetter dried up.
Vlcer purified and
In caaea of Death k
should be used about
the corpse It will
prevent any unpleas
The eminent Phy.
i alclan, J. 81 Alt I ON
MJW, BL V., New
York, says: " 1 am
convinced Prof Darby
Prophylactic Fluid is a
Tanderbilt University, Nnshrllle, Tenn.
I testify to the nioit excellent qualities of Prof.
Darbys Prophylactic Fluid. As a disinfectant and
determent it is both theoretically and practically
superior to any preparation with w hich I am ac
quainted. N. T, Lino, Prof. Chemistry.
Darby Fluid la Kr.com mended by
U.o Ai I XANDti 11. btcrHiits, of Georgia;
kev. Cmas F. Deius, D.D., Church of the
Strangers, N. V.;
ins, LCr.-T, Columbia, Prof .University .S.C.
lev. A J Mattli, Prof., Mercer University;
Rev. i,r. F. I'isace. B.shop M. E. Church.
IXDISITXSAHI.K TO EVEKY HOME.
Perfectly harmless. Used Internally or
externally tor Man or Ueatu
The Fluid has been thoroughly tested, and wo
hare atwn iant evijence Out it tin done everything
here cl.iioicii. l'-r luiier information get of yoirf
Drjgj.n a pamphlet or seed to the proprietors,
.1. If. ZKII.I.V CO.,
Manuficturin.! t hemutj, PHILADELPHIA.
QEOIWE H. LEACH, M. D.
Phv.-ician and Sunxeon.
Hjw.'al sttntlorj pH to tho Homeopathic treat
Bi.ct of auroral dueaaca. sod djes of woman
so l ('.ill jrfli. t
OMre: (In lUh alrf't. opposite the P-mi Ornia,
H. J. K. STTtONi,
128 Ctimraerdal Ave, Cairo, III-
VAPOR, El.K 3TR0-VAPOR mo MBDICATKD
H ATI IS
A lady In atleudJiice.
H W. C JOCELYN,
OF?l(.B-KihU 8tr-et. near Como eveUa.: Atr.te
II. E W. WUITLOUiv,
Orrin-No. ISA Commrclal AvttSBa, b-"
grrO and Nlt.th Htr"
T-m 35. INCE,
Manufacturer and Dealor In
O'h Vr.'i-.. V'twi'on fvm'l At. -ud Leti"1.
f '.VI Iff. HalalNOIrd
C1I0KB UOUINf! A BPKCIALTV
Al.f. KINHM or AMUNITIOS.
Safe lljw'icd AH Kind' ! Keva Made.
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The Platform Adopted
the Irish National
Scathing Denunciation of the Eng
lish Government -Proceeding!
of the Meetings.
Phliauki phu, April 27. It wm uaar.
ly 11 hrfi.re tli Irish Nallmial Con
vrtttlon aM-aibietl ttiui oiorulnir. The
n-Hilluit o( tbe tuinutes w ilia loosed
Tbe 8ritBi7 then Dad, bjr unanimous
eom.vut, a CdniniMDlcatUin from Hon. 8. 8.
tnt-cf New York, coyirrfntiilnrins: tbe eon
vriiticii) on bl'-bjd ''-ii.v.( ti((Jcolr
sta u aa ln)VH'i ..for "Ireland t
rrrinaln undor Kritlb srovcrtimeiit
on nocount of lr- rttrauArreiMi r.
airk'tloni of tho latter. There w tjs.iij
atjle-boiJIed men enuaittU 'kt plii tli
p-acc," while there were tint 21, mO en
ftrttced In icHuhlng the uncertainty of land
tenure, and that the po'lilcal atatun and
taiiclltiir of Ibe ami) of uplci o to render
lrrland tb vrornt governt-d country In the
W'jild. A!iat!ou fnr liberty will t on.
Queetlona of i-xtraditloD, of citizens' rii bu
etu., if uon;ilrifd tv th convrnilun, inuat
be viewed In the light of the Icsiodi of re
Father Rnvlan, of Comity Kavan. Ire
land, then aJdrcaaed the contention atnld
raucb ni-lju-e. He aaid that now John
Bull would be put on one born of the IrUh
d irrmiin and landlord on tbe other, while
Pit wotiiil nilik tbe cow. He compliment
ed the eplrlt In which tbe American pre
treated thelriab uti'-ftion. America bad
alve Irlahmen empiovmr-m. but Irlibmen
bad dna" Aiurrtca a bardett work on the
leldt of both peace and war. Tbe en tiro
orinvntl"Q roue to It, feet and cheered
Father Bovlan tuintilttioiii.lv.
At 2:3) tbe rbalnsan of the Commit
on lI'aoiut oDi sulm.utrd hi n port a fol
low: THU IK18H KATIOSAI. PLlTFOKM .
The followlne 1 the report of tbe Com
mittee on Itnilutlotu:
Tbe Irlnb-Aincrltan people, aaembled
Incourentum it PLllattlpni, mbmlt to
the intell iri nee and right reaaou of their
fellowmen that the duty of government It
to preaene tbe live of tba eoverned, to
defend their libertr, to prote1 their prop
ertv, to tualuta.n ieac and order, to allow
eacb portlou of tbe people an equitable and
efficient vnc In the H'frUlature, ami to
promote the general welfare by wlte. jutt
and humane lawt. Wt aolemnly declare
and cite unquestioned bUtory and universal
knowledge of living men in teatnnony there
of: First, that the Etiglieb Government
baa exlated in Ireland not to preaene tbe
ltvei of tbe governed, but to destroy them:
entire communltlei it wantonly massacred
ot tbe awordi to aaylumi of terrified wn.
men it baa deliberately applied the
blaring torch; Into belplen town It baa
dlacbarged deadly bomb and ahella;
tiiroinrLlionaecrauid enroth. where b and
Infancy aoncbt ahelter, tt hai aent It
hinndv huirher: sacred Deraons of vener
able prieat it baa stretched ucon tbe rack
of impended from the gibbet: puling
tube have been Impaled -or tbe point of
(t haronett. bKau. In their own worda
Its t. 4... Ilk. A tbut ff'll.MUUIC. !
gold baa been folded In lb band of tbe
a.- a-tn. and haa rewarded tbe Infamy of
the iv-ri tired traitor. It treacberou falie-
hoo ha lured patriot to uniupected
de l i. A if tba awora, cannon, wren,
Mflntrt. dueler and exp1oivei were not
notnrh. itenloviithe tinlquo Infamy of
being the only government kuown
to ancient or modern tlmea which baa em
ployed famine for the destruction of thoee
mint whom it olalmcd alleclanoe, Forci
bly robbing the IrliD people of the fruita
-1..1 ...II m. A . . iu. A lit- , h ol r na n t hnr
weir own tun iivui. mv..
It ha buried not a hundred, not a. thou
aanrt t.nt more than a million of the lrih
race unibrouded. uncofflned, In (the irrave
of huneer. It naa merclleatly compelled
other mllllona In oompulory poverty to
ii tn iiin land the bread they were en
titled to In tbeir own. Tliere la no form of
cruelty known to the lowest lavage which
hu not been practiced on tbi Irlah people
In the "time of thi hlzbeit otvllt
atlnn. There 1 no device of flendUh
Ingenuity It baa not adopted to reduce their
numbr re, and within two year It baa mat
tered children, and woman 'i body bai
tieen tbe victim of it licensed ruffian.
There li no ipedet of destructive attaok,
hoiever inildioui or violent, ancient or
modern, rude or aoientlflc, whether dl
reeted nealcst life or matter, la any portion
of the efobe. for wblch It barbarfttei In
TralanH have not funilfched an eXBDJDle.
J here ti no form of retaliation to which
tanalr or uiadueiw may resoit for whick
EuglUh cruelty in Ireland li not exclusively
H b Futfllati Government wo acct""'4 of
i tail llatlug the Iltwrty of the p opl of Ire- ,
land, oi njuiiiig end tulnlnif iholr pi.p
erty. of dt Ktroymx pr-nee within their bor
der, and f nut nlUmtng them an 'inta
ble andctl clenttecc in tbo ietil atuw.
fov, thcii luio. in view of tbeno luita,
81 IT KKFOtVkD BY THE IRISH-AM BIUCAS
In convention nMPinlili'd, that the Engllah
goverument in Ireland, originating by
uiurpatlon. perpetiiHted tiy force, bitvlng
failed to dlncharge any of the dutlca of gov
eniment. never having acquired the con
tent of the governed, nm no moral right to
txtst In Ireliind, and that It ii the duty of
tba Irish nice throughout the world to iui
tain the Irlah poople In the employment of
all legltlnutte mean to lubitltute for It na
tional elf government.
Beoolved, thut we pledge our unqualified
and couitaut support antf moral and mate
rial aid to our countrymen In Ireland In
their efforta to recover national lelf-gov.
ernm-nt , and In order mora effectually to
J remote tbli bect by the ooniolidittion of
II our reiourort and creation of on re
tporilble and authoritative body to apeak
for tbe greater Ireland In America that all
iocIpIIh rrpieinuted lu thli convention
and nil that may hereafter comply with the
condition of admission be organized Into
tbe Irlah National League of America, for
the purpose of aunportlUK the Irlah Na
tional League of Ireland, of wbloh Chariot
Stewart Pamell li preitdent.
Eeiolved, That wa heartily tndone the
noble tentlmcnt of HIshop Butler, of Lim
erick, that every itrok ot Forater'i lavage
laib waa for Irlahmen a new proof ot Tar
nell'i worth and an additional title for him
to the confidence and gratitude of lata coun
trymen. Heeolved, Thatwa tympathize with the
laborer ot Ireland In their effort to Im
prove their condition, and at we have tut
tatned tbe farmer In tholr auault upon
the landlord garriion, we now urge upon
the farmer Juitloa and humane con
tideratlon for the laborer. In
word, for the employment of which an
Jrlab member of Parliament waa Im
prisoned, we demand that farmer allow
laborer "a fair day' wagei for a fair
Beiolved, That a the manufacturer of
Great Britain are tb chief aource ot her
material great neai, already declining under
the Inutienoe of American competition, we
earnestly oounul our countrymen In Ire
BUT KOTDINO DT EWOUXD
which they can produco tn Ireland or pro
enr t'rom Ameriea or France, and w
pledge ourtelvet to promote Irlah minufao
tare by faruunUig their Impart Ui
Ameilca; to use our utmwt ende tvor h)
tbe ituteineut of fact and diorliulnatiia
In paironago to penuade American tratlvi
miti fmn keeping English good on (ale.
Ueaolved, That an Unglbh ministry M
leiitut'.oualy -liberal, " bat earned the con
tempt and deteatatlon of fair-minded tneu
throughout tbe world by ImuriamiiiiK more
tbau a.lXHJ ultUcua of In lain! without.
ccuxui tun or trial, auumherof whom were
noble-hearted wnmm engngid In work of
mercy aiitntiia- the c vlcted vlctlmi of land
lord rapacity and Kngllab law.
THAT THIS COMVKKTIOK THANKS
Bt. Tw. Jno. Ireland. Binliup of St. Paul;
Ht. Hev. John O'Connor, Hlabop cf Omi
b: lit. Rev. John) Laoohr Kpaulilini.
BUhop of I'enria; Mt Kev. John
William, ArcbMMinpof ftiMten: Bt. Iter.
0. V. Hvan, Blah-p of Buffalo; Bloat
Rev. Patrick A. Fnehan, AnhltNbop of
Chicago; Kt. Rev. Edward Fltperaiil,
BUhop of Little Rock, ami their coluborer-
for their elUcient effort iu provldlnv home
for tbe I rich Immigrant Into the
In ted Plate The uconle of Ire
land are, by tbe lirv of 01 and nature,
entitled to live by their labor 111 their nutive
land, wum fertile soil I abnndantlv
to nourish num. but lnce tno Britl"b
Government c.nnrol lari,' number to
emigrate it I the duty of their cotinui nu u
to warn them airainst the inure of poverty
In lr,'c cltle and aait them In airticul
Resolved. That th uollcv of tbeEnsli'h
Ooveruiuuut in lirvt tducitig the Inah
K-v.'iutry to uiiioetji'ovuriv, ami thin tend
up U'!n t.ei.t.ll"- the Unl!"tif late.
dpf i'iierir v ripa tr.' . t un
wtural . .,..' ... --t ft
the Auu-inan .ivrjtin aa.i
people. We rcapictiuliy airct tD
attention of the Vnlted Stittca Ooternment
fo this IniquitT. find protest agaluM It con
tinuance, ind Instruct the official! win
shall he chcen bv this convention to pre
ent otir protest ta the President ot the
United State ind reipertfully, but flnnlv
to urgx upon tbe president that It ly th
duty of tn uovemment of in t-onert
6tatei to decltno to aupport piunen, whose
pauneriam bewan unacr aua n. tnereiu't or
F-nKllah mlainnnngcniHnt; and to dmand of
England that fhe send no more other pin
per to tbwe shores, to tveconi I burden
upon the American people.
Resolved, thst thlt ooiiventlnn welcome
the sturdy and undaunted patriot ind pm
dent custodian, A. Patrick EKn, who, to
prelect the Land League funds from tnc
rohlier baud f tbo Enxllib (lotcrnment,
voluntarl'v abandoned hie private business
and accepted beine an exile In foreign
landi, the Integrity of whte guardshlp
bas been mmle cortaln alter a
minute examination of bit booki by tbe
distinguished and independent patriot,
John Dillon, llev, Eut'ene Tbeehy ind
Matthew lurrli. braUful lor hit tnvaiu
ibli service fbia countryman rt'lee that
they pree oo till Important occasion thu
adjutage of hi v.Ufl acd experienced
counsel, and r proud to welcome him to
tbelr bearta and their home.
r'rpryayfErD, IU., April 27.-Tbe ient
teemed lu a state of uneasiness from tbe
tart, although iMiilnesi went on briskly.
In executive anion, tb rule of aecrecj
belnr upcudd, tbe Senate confirmed G.
A. Fairbanks a trustee erf the Southern
Normal school. In open iMaion Senator
Marshall introdu'-ed and had referred a
resolution instructing tbe Attorney General
on behalf of the state to take Judgment
against the Einktkee Elver Improvement
Company, touching their franchise only
and let.vlne their water power un
touched. The Senate bill making Lafslle
county a countv of the leoond dais pasted.
The Senate pile were suspended and tbe
bill piovidlng for tba organization of road
district, etc.. In counties not undr town
ship organlzat'on waa taken up. Tbe resil
ing of the Mil occupied half an hour,
during which time the Senator Indulged 0
a good-bye band-abaka and preparation
for It ' liijgon tbe non trains, the motion
t- adjourn to - wuuany - ftenioon
ktving prevailed in the morning. Thebl!
HTwentv-one bills wero reported In the
House. Under a suspension of tbe rules
tb appropriation bill wai Main taken
uu. The three thousand dnl
lari to Index the war record
wii reduced to (l.AOO Four
huudred dollar wn allowed
for repair on tb Arnl. Two
committee recommendations were tabelcd
The office expenses of the ad1ntntgene
ntl were reduced from $4,500 to fcJ.lKiO,
Tbe S1.000 for postage, express, teleerapb.
etc.. whs reduced to $700. There was a
great struggle over the salary of the secre
tary of the state board of publlo chrttlei.
Itwat finally placed at $2,&X),
Tbe Dlisa Parly.
St. Lorn, April 27. The Dlat part?
arrived in St. Louis nt :80 this momlne,
and departed for New Orleaui via the Cai
ro Short Line. The party started from
New York City via tbe Erie Railway at 0 a.
m. on Wednesday. Ycaterday an hour
and a half wai pniscd examining the Wa
bash Railways' shops In Toledo; the run to
Fort Wavne, ninety-five miles, wtu mud
In two hours, and the railway shops at that
tsolntwere visited. The run from St.
Louis to New Orleans will be made In twenty-two
hours, a special schedule having
been prepared. This will be the fastest
run ever made between the two cities.
4 Dentletlai Trimble,
AtT.itXTOX. HI., April 2'. Mis Laura
pcaalv, a respectable young ladv, baa In
stituted a suit against Dr. William hnne
dav upon lb charge of attempted assault
upon her person while she was sitting In
hi dentist chtilr. It Is alleied that after
performing sotno dental work for the com
plainant, he niado base proposal, which
she Indignantly reslHtcd and refused,
whereupon he tttiuiptod touse violence
.hot III WHe'e Pnrnmonr.
Harkodsbcro, Ky., April 27. Capt.
Phil. B. Thompson, ex-member of th
Legislature, shot Walter Davit a be was
stepping from a sninklng car on the Cincin
nati Southern Railroad thi mornlmi.
Thompson was Inside the car. The ball
went through Davis' head, producing In
stant d-)atn. The cause alleged I th un
due Intimacy of Davis with Thompson'
Thll B. Thompson. Jr., Is th rnsmber
ot Congress from th Eighth Kentucky
Dlitrict. II. K. Davis had taken thi tnln
for Cincinnati, but did not till tbey cam
to Harrodsburg Junotlon, where they both
got Into the smoking car. Thompson im
mediately began the isstult on Davli, who
tried to escape. Aa be got on the platform
Thompson drew a revolver, nd laylngi
"YouMlnottakrmv wife to Clinlnna I
again, ' ' fired, tnd rtavls fall dead. Davit
wai a gmcer and had old his stock ind was
about to go to Chloseo. Thompion got off
tb train and walked awiy.
Death ef m Poll! tela.
MoimsTON, IM., Arril 27. Hon. J. H.
Wtlllard one of the oldest and mnt prornl
ttent polltidan In this fctlonof Ullnol,
died at a late hour last night, after a very
udden lllnes. He leave a large fortune
nd numerous children nd grtndchlldens
A Mntlden Death.
Pine, III., April 37Dr. Jny:
ford. n old reitlent of this place, fell dead
this morning while In tb art of ftp
h t buggy. He formerly relded In I rbana,
Went t rtsMMk
8an FnANCiaco, April ST. Mall d1jHi
report a imall vessel, unknown, probably
a ooMter, went to pteoe on Hayitack rock,
Oregon coast. Tb wreckig cam ashore,
Umtarn Ont.. Aoril ST. Four Inc
of snow fell to-day. tlelfultif WM again
Anether Cetnlrator ! Mnf-A New
Nitre-Gijcerine Fecter, Etc-, Etc
inm. roof., April J". Ohertthv nd
Kennedy, alia Fantheratona, wli wore
brought here from Cork, were arraigned
thi morning, charged a Ub havinif bcea
engaged In tbe dyuamlte couplrwy, and
remauded for a week.
LO!f dok, April 17. Queen Victoria erl
he able to stand itnalied on her feet be
fore a fnrtnlKbt. Tbe iulurel knee le
etrengtbenlnr dally and her itiacsty'e
general health la also gradually Improving.
ANOT1KR riNUSi FACTOBY.
LONtMjn, April 7.-:A nltro-glycerln
manufactorr wa discovered at North
ampton. The disooverv uuse great a
DraLlN. April SI. The trial ef Michael
Fagsn for the murder of Burke wise
continued this mornluK. The case for the
defeute having closed. Judge O'Brien
charged the Jurv. Ht remark ivare to
tbe elfrtct that the testimony given by tbe
Informer ijraltiet . the prisoner bus been
fully confirmed by that of other witnesses.
having finished lb chinre, the
r v "d. and after a si.irt deilii.t:ktun
o'.c.: ..it 'bet t5fe bd L
ioiiiiu m vviuiui i
Driaouer. On belni
thing to say wby sent mow should not be
passed upou blni, Fairan protected his luno
ounce. He divlaccU b wa a Feuita and
would dl one. Tue Judst then seatood
htm to hsug May X.
HcBLiK, April 27. A- printer oanrd
Glbucy, irrestaxt htrr" for couaection tslih
Ibe coosplntcr to iiHiiil -r. wis trralgued
to-dy, toguther w,th Cui'ine Kingston,
who wm arreatea recoentty W Liverpool on
a cbvge of conspiracy to murder. Pool
Fenian center, wno Dan uiruea inrortner,
appeired against tbem. Tb man Deviue,
who wa aortsied at tbe lime of tb
aOray on Abbey street, when
Petevtlv Cox wu murdered,
and who turned Informer, wa called to
testify agslnst til prisoner. iHvlne wore
ne waa a reman. stateo: neverai i iu
an, amour wbonj wer nu!ltvH, the auc
tioneer of I'eli?r stir ct. who bad bn lm
prisoned a susp-'ct, and man namwl
Roland , of iancbeter, bad coudetuned
Poole to doelu, ana hail otuered the pris
oner Kingston to carry out lite sentenced.
Paris. Anril 27. The Council of Sfate
bat decidad that tbe government ha power
to ttop the salaries if all rerKym,,n. even
those ot tbe Bishop.
i n ni no to Tovqnw.
Th preamble of the bill for an appropri
ation of o.OuO.fXaO franc for an expedition
to Tonquln declar that the Goverument
rjoe not contemplate an aggressive or war
like enterprise, but merely an expeaition or
limited scope, sufficient to support tbe
claims of Fraoo In that country.
Pari. Anrll 37. The eipedltlon will
consist of one Ironclad, sis torpedo boats,
two gunboat and three transport
for tbe conveyance or. i,vtj troop
and It ready to sail. Theee additional
troop will make th force tn Tonquln ,0ui
BtKttv, April 37. Th 5atlonl 7M'
tung declare thit It is Impossible tor F.ng
land to aooede to any further demands of
Pamell In regard to tbe condition of Ire
land. It declares that honor demands an
unequivocal denial by Parnoil of tbe dyna
mite policy of tu Irish extremist.
BrVMKLb, April 37. I he Ztoll T-elge
srs a loan nf lnO, 000,000 franoa In four por
cent, renta will b Issued May 7. Tbe la
me price will be 101 Si franc.
EuiAitiTHTOWM, N. J., April XT.-
Henry DeUosncy wai haiged here to dar
for tb murder ot his wife. He elept well
last night, ate a hearty breakfast this morn
ing, after which he smoked a cigar end
then Inspected the gallows. Taking hold
of the rope be said to the bertff , " I am
afraid I'll break tbatropei rou ought to
hsv sosp on It. ' ' Ue teemed entirely In
different to hit fate.
New York, April 27. Tb failures for
the last seven day a reported to K. O.
Dun A Co., of the Mercantile Agency,
number l$i compared with tf'J last
week. New England State had 23; Mid
die, 2S; Western, 69: Southern, 83;
Pacific State ad Territories, Ji; New York
City, H and Canada, 19.
A Donbl Murder ) Katelde.
New York, April 27. Early thlt morn
ing Wm. Mcl5uff, financial broker
doing business at 73 Nassau street, In thi
city, and living at 1M Pulaski avenue, shot
ind killed his wife, hi six-year old ton aud
Brni!oriitLi. Ma., April 27.
Th Clgar-makcrs' Union at West
field ordered an advance from f 1 to $3
per 1.000. The American Cigar Company
refuses th dvtni.e, i WO smployt
PnoviPKHCk. B. I., April 17. Senator
Anthonv passed a ooinfortable night aud
uii Improved to-duy.
Gen. Grant made 115.000 by th rise ef
LAS. stock last week.
Jay Gould reads lb Latin tnd Greek
owl, but nver write any vers him-
Ex-Penstor Conkltng ha ;red to de
liver the memorial ontiou In New York on
The Mennonlte of this country now
number 410 church, Vi0 minister tod
amrsng the millionaire,
has ben rtasied
say he I worth
The novels nf Mis Evans, Mrs, South'
worth and Mr. Holm bv hcn banlihed
from th Cleveland publlo llhiary.
Among the eccentric whims of Lady
Florence Dixie was her having herself pho.
tographed In the scanty costume of u u
Jn.iuln Miller rise to rinrk that tb
ilallv nwspper I "tb slxshmtcr of
Eastorn civilization." Every man must
hsv one or fM to th rear of th proooe
Tabor iyi '-the meral)rt of th United
SUte 8ent are ant suoh a mrt lot after
all." He doe not tell us whether be
Judged tbem bv their nlgbt shlrtt or by the
The youngeit grndfatter In Kentuokj ,
tf not In the dvtllied world. I Jesse A.
Bamaev. who, at tbe age of tblrty-!!, h
a grandson algbteen tnontb old. Th
baby' wtrr!raBdpernt ar alto
living, r .- ... i :
AMportarwha tried to Intf ry1w JT
Gould when th latter vra lae ta Tia
was lovltwd Int U millionaire' palao
ear. and put out ten mile from town on
tn'dy plain, wb.ao h Ud M tea HI wa,
Uek uader a not sua.
A Terrible D Mils.
St. Louis, April 27. A few minute
after six o'clock thla mornlnitbsNledrtng
aaus Brothers' Rolling Mill, on Second,
between Diatrvhaii aud Angelrodt strneia.
North bt. Lout, wn the scene of a hor
rible accident, which resulted In almost In
stsnt death to Charle Klattet, a brUcbt aud
industriou lxtcen-yar-old German boy,
At six o'clock this morning voting Klattet
went to tbe mill end began bf work for the
day. Shortly after be went to one of the
fly-wbedls near the center of the factory
for the purpose of throwing a bolt on to
tbe wheel. He bad nearly accomplished
the work when a part of his olotbiug was
cauKht In thi fly-wheel and he wa drawn
to instantaneous death. Several of
the workmen saw the boy drawn
In and rushed to tbe engineer, and bad the
entire machinery of the mill stopped. Tbe
wheel makes ii)0 revolutions per minute,
and the boy must have been earned around
fully If Hi times, u It x about three min
ute before the machinery could be stopped.
When the unfortunate boy wo taken out
of the whnel-plt he wu one mas of blood,
hi flesh wa torn into ahread and nearly
all of his lKnea broken, so that bis m t in
timate friend could not roo mie him.
The body waa taken out and carefully Uid
out on clnan board aud a iuecngcr tent
to no'lfy Ms parent. When they heard
the new thiy wr almost broken down
with grief-and c mtlmially wept over their
only toil' d deilh. A talegnm waa for
warded to the coroner, who ordred th
body to be reinot ad to tbe morgue
Bailer am I be Electoral f'osasnlajloss.
Nbw Yoftn. April ii. Tbo Sun vrinti
a letter from Bu'ler in d'fti of his
oonrne at tbe tliiie jf tbe electoral fraud.
both idc to take pnrt a counsel,- which
aeciiiiea to do. as i uiuut
have to pass
Upon the proceeding ortii'Uily in the next
Conrens. uf which I wu a uit-mbcr-ciect.
My tctin a a member of Congrwi
did not )c,ln uo'll Mr. Hayes wu
limuguruied. I wa appointed up
on (lie ootuiuitiac known us lb
po'fr committee, and at the earliest
o!!kll opportunity mad a report upon
that election. " Tbehtin, coninientlng on
the letter, aay: "We believe iiist Oen.
Butler made tremendous mistake in lb7.
when be allowed the posslbiHtle. of the
future to outwelirh the duly of t!;r present.
The value of bis opinion as a lawyer, the
vigor nf bis ornnmon sense, the force of hi
personality, all went to waste hiuse tboy
were not evai-aMe when moil niilej. tfe
could hav done pa'r'ot serv.ee In Feb-
nttry, I'TT. ity tvalttn twi veir he only
enabled uiutMif to algo a tardy and futile
protest aalnst tho fraud that wis tHsu an
accompliabed and established fact."
Mr. Rueeel'a Faaeral.
Nrw York. April ?7. Th funrJ
services ovor tlin remains of Mrs, Adeline
Russell, mother-ln-liiw of Gen. Han
cock, took place this morning from th
General' residi'tic on Governor' I
land. The irvtc, wre C'nvlucted by the
Rev. Mr. Goodwin, the carrUon chaplain.
Tbe remains were placed temp ji-iHIy In a
Greenwood Omntery vault, out are to He
removed to St. Louis' for interment. Mrs.
Russell wis horn In this Stute and was con
cocted with the old Dub"i family of
French Hiigeuot descent. Her husband
died In St. Loult thirty years ftn. Phe
wai7iyertof age ond'her death wn
tiuaed by pnheumonia aoooropinled by
A ProiBlMn Mlnteler tHiastt,
CtVClNSATI. April 27. The Rev. Dr.
C. D. Boynton, aged 77, died at 8:30 thla
morning at tbe residence of his daughter,
Mr. H. H. Lockwood. ot this cttv. Hi
son. Gen. H. N. Boynioo. Washington
newspepercotrespondent, and C. A. Boyn
ton, WablnTton correap. indent Asaoc.la'ted
Press, were at tbe bedside of th deceased.
He served as pastor of the Vine Street Con
gregational church, thla city, for twenty
five years. He also preached in eastern
churches and served two terms as ChanlaJn
of the House of Representative at Wash
lntoa, beginning 1B. Funeral Sunday.
APRIL 27, 188a.
t.fsOiOo blfherj healthy
2j3.S 00 i good to choice
(hipping S3 E9To)o 15;
common to lair to m
HOG3 Fair and active light f 1007 60)
mixed packing ii l.Va7 00; heavy packing
and shipping (7 WOT, 80.
CATTLE Oood to heavy natlv tteert
15 9Ufdal 30; light to fair H 9ora.1 UA; com
mon to medium native steers $4 5ut
ft 25; fair to good Colorado fcttda 50; itnith
west i&Wkb; corn-fed Tcxans M 7.V
0 no; common to Rood itocki-rs H Wai 65;
fair to good feeder W 7iVa'5 75; common
to choice native cows and belters 8 W
94 60; scallawag of any kind tm 50.
UOtiS Market dull aud lower; buyer
claiming concessions. Light to good
Yorker 17 SurST 40; mixed to good
packing S7 00rd7 85; butchers' to good
heavier S7 40(97 60; skips and cull $o OOO
SIIEEP Good fat sheared (; oom
vVIIEAT-Anrll $1 09; May 110;
June tlias; Julv 1 13'; August
$1 10; September $1 Oii b; vear fl 0?.
COKS-Aprll 544 b.; May 63H' ; June
67H; JulyM(, August 50K b.; year 40.
OATS -April "4! May 40 V; June
41 H; July 41: year 83.
WIIEAT-Aprll tl 11H b. ; M:iy $1 Jl b;
June $1 llU; July tl 12H: August
fl 104; Septoniber$l 10 '; vear 1 01) s.
COUS-AprilWX: My5bS; June 53
July M ; August MX b. ; year 46.
OATS-Aprll 4tK bid; May 41 H to 41V;
JUD4 42V bid; July 377 bid.
WUEAT Maytl 2UJ ; June fl W
OIlS-May 67 H J Jun6(IK: July 67 X.
OATS-Msy Hst-; June 4WH;July 61.
Cowaitry rrodnce, Kle.
BIITTEK Creamery at 27rtl2fl for choice
nd fancy; second nt best Dairy rate.
Cholc to f cy D:i-v WrrfW; fair to cood
l.WJti; common iKtflO. Salca: 13 tubt fncy
Creamery at Wdo'W; tl to ltd; 10 lo
KGGB Ptcedy. htttnulet atl8e.
LIVE POLLTKY-Old Chickens Ann
and in good demand at $3 MiaWI 75 for
Cooks, Wr4 A'i for mixed and W NVJM 75
for Hen; lare Sprlnu chicken ready nl
at ftiff", (tut small only fair salu at Wi,
awrding tolia. Turkey quiet at UK
15; puck atendr at b '-'dJ tn), and Geese
entirely nominal: Uuinca IIom$J; Plgeont
fel M. '
LEAD Quiet and unchanged. Sales, ft
oars Hut! ned at H 25; lust reported sal at
bard at $1 15.
Country market firm, though miner
buy eaiitloualv. No. S spring and
red winter wheat off ooaat declined tw.
Good mixed American corn to arrive ad
TinoedfM. No. 3 spring wheat to arrive
declined d. Weather lit England fair.
Wheat rather wore feeling. No. sprint;
8d! No. 9 aprlnffd asl; Western winter
9 Id. Mixed Western com dull art
eeeier at U Sd. IHimand from United
Kingdom end Continent moderate, for
wheat and corn. Keeelpt whe. Pl
wk SSO.OOO quarter, at whtoh 10,U0n
cf the universal success of
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it reaches every part of the
system, healing, purifying
and strengthening. Com
mencing at the foundation
it builds up and restores lost
health in no other way can
bsting benefit be obtained.
Ptarborn Av.,Qlcsgot Nov. f.
I have ba a pxat sufferer fruas
dyspepsia li iisTSoWt , .y
arcrytaiug I ata gave in duirsas,
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tried tverytliinj recommended, have
u'scn the prescrlpuona of a coron
physicians, but got no relief until I
tools Brown's Ire" Bitters. 1 fcei
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f.d mcaicin. D. C. Ma, .
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