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Sore Throat, Small
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sever been known to spread where the Fluid vu
Med. Vrllow ( ever has been cured with it after
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Aa A ii I idote for Animal
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I used the Fluid during
uur present affliction wnn
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te Dai by Fluid very
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ment of Diphtheria.
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t'lcera puri&ed tad
lo caaea of Death It
ahould be tued about
the corpx it will
prevent any unplcaa
The eminent Ptijr.
hi MS, M. I)., Mew
York. mi: "I am
! convinccdtlrof Darbyt
i'ropiiylactic Muid it a
VanderblU I'nlverklty, Naahvllle, Tenn.
I teitifv to the nioM excellent cjualitlei of Prof.
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determent it U both theoretically and practically
tuperiur to any preparation with which I aa, ac
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Iarbya Flttld ! Recommended by
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Re. ('has. F. Dram, V.DH Church of the
StraiigfTt, N. Y.;
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r. A. J. llATTtn, Prof., Mercer t'niveralty;
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Manufacturing Chemists, PHILADELPHIA.
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and qnillty,nd.hit mnurctur.
Bndv Brttin-ln, TBUrtrlo, Ioyrama, OU
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
Thla I partmcnt occuploi a fall Boy b'I
ii complete In all rvapoctt. Oooaa are
Kiiarantoed ol Utnt tyl nd bat ma
terial. Bottom Prices anrt First cUss Ooods!
1 tut a poektlve niinvdi fur Hi abuve dlioMes bi IU
Of In tig
r thrnitands of ciuae of the wont kind and
Kanillnahara been cured. Indeed, sonrnnptu niTtalta
TiMr wltn a VAU'aBI.M THK ATIHH on this diauw, S
its en rwr, mas win eenaTwir nirri'i.rrt rHi.a. iv
Ciher witaavAbi'ani.a tiikatihhoii this diauH.te
laufforar, OlveKaurnnana I. O. ailJrine,
OK T. A. bLOCC at, in Puarl U New York.
Mantifafltnrnr and Doalor In-
th Htrnei. hotwmB Cnm'l A. Lw.
CHOKE " 1KWG ' 'A. . BPKCl AlaTY
ALL KIKDS Of AMOMITIOS.
Ut BsjaUed. All Klndi l Kort Made
KVmt 'niiW'"" LA :
1 Scarlet Fever I i
NEWS AND GOSSIP.
What Mrs, Langtry Thinks of
Their Figures the Only Defect-A
Mine Horror-Industrial and
Xkw YoiiK, Mljr 5. Mra. LanBtry will
lu btr ciigigeiueut in tlila city to-night,
and will not ri'ii.i'M' Iu Key YoiH for a
rtr. TalUi.g i a ri'poitcr, after n(vrr
Ini to tti LMtut met tiu Had met with
everywhere, evcu uu br return visit, sbo
"Have you met many American, worn
"N'o, I have not wet (real Disny, for
my iht-atrlcnl dullea have bn aa hav
Ui at I have recvivel but lew vialtors. antl
bare reallv rcfutd nearly all lnvit ntiooa.
aithmiirh 1 liitve )(ad many friendly offer of
liospliallty w hrrever I liuve !jen. liut tbe
Ahi tI.'jiii wonp.ti 1 hitve met I have been
eharrnod with, itnd of coume I bnve keen
Uioiuand and tboumnd of the Aiuencaii
fi'.r ex, for tnv tuatluee audu'iioe are
uliuoat entirely uiiiped of wouien."
"Aua wiiat imprension n. tn American
woman uiHile upon you, Mr. Langtryr
Wlmr do you thttik t f ner?"
wtiat a onestion to anuonei" anu Jin,
Laniftry threw uu ber hand io antonUb
nient. "I really do not think I tun ans
wer thut. I don't tliluk It would be dell-
cat for me to dikcuxD the mutter. I think
Itffuinot de expected that I should past
JU'U'meiit upon the American wouien.''
''Bt rou niUHt biive some linunsslons
ft ''Mr manner. antearance. uri. etc.
U vf'd uiittoulitedlv lntereHt American
women what tue tiiiriieQ oeauty toina or
'Beallj' thli question ba o nurprlseu
tne that I don't know wnal to a.v,
but If rou think It will really he of Intercut
1 will try to tell you what I think. In the
tint place I thik American women bae
verr lirettv fuci'. no briuhi and wlttnlntr.
One mei ui'ii. moif vrtuy tue than In
KnglHiid. 1'hen I think they have beauti
ful hair and very
I'ltETTY 1UNPK ASD FFIT.
"And their figure-?"
"Well. I iniixt lake tba lilierty to lay
that I think tlieir fiuurtn ire generally bad.
The American utandurd of tffurejs oltoelu
er too pluo.p to jileanH me. Hut agaiu I
don't ee why my opinion should be of any
Interest In the matter. I have been called
crHt'cy' in one town I vitltod."
" w bom do you counlder the moat beau-
tlftil Amerk'fin woumn you have tocu?"
"Mary Anderon, decidedly."
Bnt Mary Anderson 1 not over
he Is not ; I should have stld tbat over-
plumpnoks I spoke of refer principally to
tbe married henutltt I bave seen. It
atniok me a verv funny." Mr. Lantrtry
continued, "thut in every town I visited
tbe lival papurs in noticing my tint up-
pesranoe led on witQ tne rvmatg mat tueir
own town was exclusively notea tor its
betntiet, and with turn an array of native
heiuiT It was not ttrprtsin tbat tbofa
motta F.njclinb iieauty' face made but little
Impresslou on tbe audience. Tbeatbev
woull befrln to notice tbe performance this
wav: Aa lar ae Mr. ie(fxrya
ability aa an actress la eoDoerned, etc.,
'In which which town did you tbe
prettle-tt women 7"
In Baltimore. It atruck ma tbat ivenr
woman there was a beautr, and 1 think
that Baltimore wa the only town tbat did
not boast of its native beauties. "
"Do vou admire the d rem of American
"1 can not say candidly that I do. On
the whole. I think they drese too amartly
for tbe street and too almply for tbe thea
ter. I think they mix ttelr colon badly
and have ton manv bowt and end on their
dresses tomv ta.to. A woman cannot N
too ilmplv dressed for tbe street. A dreai
of slmplo'iieulial tint please me best. I
uw i wouiiiii lu tbe street tbe other dar
wearing a fray ulter, a bluo drew and
scarlet kid glove. Just think of that."
Mrt. Lanxtry almont shuddered with hor
ror at the thought of scarlet gloves. "And
ho also had a bouquet du corago of daflo
dills. That wa rather a gay mixture of
colors, was It not?' ' Tbo reporter by wav
of contrast aomewhat reserved! remarked
on the richnesn of Mrs. Langtry 's costume.
"You may call it handsome, and perhaps
It ii, and it mav look rather too fine on the
street, but I am going out driving; but It's
really a very simple dress a peacock velvet
overdress over a petticoat of turquoise
blue veiled with moonlight Jet.
"You want to know what I think of tbe
manners of the American women? 1 think
tbsm charming, so free and open. The
Americau women are
and there is such a delightful lack of solf
eontctousneM about them. They are, too,
very bright in conversation, and the free
dom And frankness of their mauner im
presses one instantly. It is so different
ir m the reserve of the general run of Eng
"You said that they did not dress well
enough for the theater!" '
"Well, what I meant to say was that I
like to see ladles In full dress at the thea
ter, Or they mlht. if they come In bon
net, went' tho charmtnir little theater
bonnets one sees In the French theaters,
These big bat, tbat women wear lu
American theaters, I tbluk, art abomin
able.', . -
Mrs. I.nnptry's maid entered at this point
of tbe Interview and brought a spray of
for-get-mc-not and fern, 'l'hev were to
be attached to ber parasol. Thcv were
tied tip with, a blue bow, Mrs. Langtry
cauvbl Mpht of It and said laughingly.
"Now see that bow fly," and the tore It
away and threw It down. "I won't have
any bows about mo, ' ' she said, not evn on
my parasol. "Yea, you can safely say
tnst I am luakinj; war against bowt and
"Well, to sum up on the American wo
man," Mix. Langtry said, returning totbe
subject, ',1 think her very beautiful and
charming, and I think she hat very strong
n itlou.it char.tcterWlcs, I would know an
American wonmn anywhere."
In what way?"
'Principally from her frank and open
maiinnr and her Independence."
"What do vou think of the .
FASHIONS IN AMKKICAf
Are they behlud thn European fashion?"
"Well. I should say that the American
stylo In dress, In cuts mid all that. I about
a ye;tr behind that of Paris. Talking of
American dress, I think that American wo
men think thnt we. dress very badly In
England, and I have heard It said
that I dress fairly well for an . En
glish woman, hut I must say that English
wouien dres admirably and the Prince of
Wale has set us a charming example In
simplicity of tires." Mr. Langtry, as
the carriage arrived to take ber to the park,"
said to the reporter that sb would have
tba happiest reminiscence of her first
American tour and was already looking for
ward to hnr next season here, which opens
st Montreal on Oct. '.'0. "Tba year after
that I will play in London," added Mrs.
Langtry. ' ...
"As tb great American starr"
"Thatwontd be a nine Ides, would It
not? Perhaps I will. I love America so.
and everything American, I really think I
Shall beoomt an American clttaen," ,
"And own real sstatst"
Tea, jftrhap I may-asms day."
Pt. Loris, May5. A mealing of
Prohibitionist was held this afternoon, at
three o'clock, at the oflloe of ex-Uov.
Chas. V, Johnson. Tba meeting was an
sd)ournml one for tbe purpose of hearlnir
the report of the committee of ten ap
pointed at the last meeting to secure signers
tn the declaration of prluetplu of the
Prohibition Alliance. The committee will
alio report a place and time for holding the
mas iiiiiftin in the oltr for the purpose of
beginning a . ity branch of the Alllauce.
The man nu'etljig will bo addressed by ex
Oov. Johinoti and Brown ond by In,
Mrook and oihera. when the campaign will
be formerly opened. Mr. McMlchaul I lu
the city, and has visited Kaunas Clfv,
I'lattsbiirg, Liberty and o'ber places, lie
attended tho dedication ofihe temiermcu
toinple at Liberty nnd ald thut the tnootl h?
whk hirgi-ly Htlended, and wa addtossedhy
Pr. Uruok. Dr. Wallace and l!ev.
I'iuiuli, of Hatinllial. Thaanui.s couv
tloii of the Prohibition Alliance will Im ut
Warren-burg, June 34, when deli gutei will
be tenr frmn every branch In tne suite i
hence It i necessary that organisation be
accomplished a soon as possible.
f'ela-rr.Vot to be Disturbed.
WABiiiNOTOy, May 6. A treasurv offi
cial In the confidence of SecretHiv Folgor
aays thnt. one evening lust week Folger went
to the White House and had a long talk
with the President, lie said he was aware
efforts hud been made to bring about bl
resignation , and thought It best
to unvu au undemuindlns;. lie
had made a great saiTtooe to
go Into the Cabinet, but was willing to re
llr rat her than remain In an uncertain
pritton. Tbe President assured Mr.
rolger that so far from wisblug his resig
nation hn desired him to remain a long a
he would. It is now settled tDat Judge
Folgur I not to be disturbed, and some
chant: may be mu''e in the department
which would bave been made earlier If the
tacretary bad been assured of the Presi
Mlaaoari State Sow.
Jeffrhs'X City. May 6. Governor
Crittenden Issued a proclamation this
morning offering a reward of $1.0iXJ for the
arrest of J'.-fforsou D. Uurcb, who stabbed
and Instautly killed Thomas 'asb in St.
Franco: county on tbe 20th of but
I he alleged omission of tbe railroad to
pay luxes amounting to nearly $i0O,UuO Is
now utitler conhleratlon of tbe Board of
r.'U;il!atlon, and It is claimed that no
such otulloti ever occurred and tbat the
troulil.i i'siiiu about by cbamrintf the time
for rallnmd paying taxes lu 1S73.
The Hrown 4 Adams Manufacturing
Company, of St. Louis, wera Issued a cor
tillcute of incoqioratlon this morning;
capital, $00, OW.
Bnrlexl la at Mlue.
Kalamazoo, -Mich., May 6. -A Dally
Telegraph special from the Iahpenning,
Lake Superior Iron region, say two men.
William Bouudy and Thomas Trexarton,
were killed at the Champion mlnu, w est of
here, on tbe M. P. A O. railway last night.
They were knocked oft from tbe skip into
tbe shaft by falling ice and dashed to piece
at the bottom of tbe ptt. Harry Barrett,
fireman at the Mitchell mine, was buried
by the run la-it night. It will take at least
tbtee days to recover him. All three leave
taiga families dependent upon lhau for
iTOiASArot.iaJ May 8. Secretary of
State Myers, having said tbat he favored
McDonald for the Presidency, twa asked
what be would do with Hendricks. "Ha
It ever occured to vou," was the answer,
"that Tbomia A. aiendiick will malt a
flrst-elaas Governor?" Tbo Secretary con
tinued: "1 tell you, when you lUpubll
can uderUk-te nra f, O. Omham tor
Governor of Indiana tho Democrat will
scoop you richt In wliu a mau like ex
Tbe nnttial I'bIob.
Kkw Y'ork. Mav 5. The stockholder
of the Mutual Union Telegraph Company
met to-day to ratify the transfer of proper
ties to the New York Mutual Telegraph
Company, and to exchange the stock of one
companv for the stock of tbe other, share
aud share alike. Tbe stock of tbe older
company Is tn he valued at $100 per share
and the stock of the other at a'ift. They
also vou d to reduce the capital stock
of theciimpauv from Ul,0o0,0Ai to ii.MJO,
000. BnlHuc Mill Shut Down.
READI5G, Pa., May 6. Tbe Pblladel.
phla acd Heading Kolllng Mill shut down
to-day for one -veek on acoount of depres
sion iu tbe trade and tbe lack of orders.
The ptiddler at tbe Reading Iron Works,
who bad asked an advance in wagos from
(A 60 to W 75 l er ton aud were refused.'
now offer to return to work at the old
rate, If paid semi-monthly. Tbe company
bold the matter under advlsemeut.
, . , Adulterated Teat.
Kr.w York, May 6. -.Much Interest I
felt In the fate of tbe tea cargo coudtunned
yesterday by tho custom house examluer
under the uew law. A formal notice waa
served to-day on tho Importer that tbe tea
bad been adulterated with spuriou aud
exhausted leaves, and tbat If it 1 not sent
back within two months, will be destroyed.
The port of exportation happens to be
Washington-, Mayo. Gold, silver and
United ftntet note lu the Treasury to-day;
gold coin and bullion, f lSO,OA3.3ttO; silver
dollars and bullion, $109,803. 13o; fractional
silver coin, $28. 120,879; United States
notes, $J8,(Xil,040; total $376.23o,m.
Certitlcates outstanding, gold, $0o,t)77,
600; (silver, fr72,4tf7,Wl; currency, $19,
100,000, An Important Arre)t.
Clarksvillk, Mo., May 6. Sheriff C
A. Wattson, of Culhoun county, III.,
came here this morning and arrested Allen
Kelley, one of the constable 'a posse who
shot and killed some fishermen a few davs
since In Cup au Uris Bay, and took him to
Calhoun county, III. Koley sars when
they tbe posse woro ordered to tire on tba
fishermen ha tired bit gun in thu air.
Prcn 14 Ut the President.
Washinotos, May 5. Prince Tahonlto,
Mr. Tcreiblny, Japanese MiuUtor, Capt.
Kuroda and Mr. Takuhashl, Japanese
Consul at New York, were presented to
the ProNldetit, by Decretory Frellughyven
Conduct. N Y.," May 8. A fire this
mornlug destroved flvt dwelling, two
btnit anil sheds. Two children of M.
Colin, David aged fou, and Hosa, azed
twelve, wore consuiuud lu the Uame. The
bodies were found, - -
BoarOK, May 5. Thealore and dwell
Ing of HIclutrd Davis at Lotiiplititi, Alas.,
burned Ut ovctiiug with most of tbe con
tuits Loss , on building $4,800, Btoek
valued at W, 000 1 ijisurauoe iw.000.
,v ... ,. Unllty.
Pnn.Anr.i.rtliA, May 8. Tho Jury In th
ease of Kills-il. Phlpps, ex-Almshouse
Supoilnlcudent, charged with forgery, ait
being out all night returned verdict of
guilty this morning.
Pktirsburo, Va., Mar B. The Pen
tylvanU legislators, who are visiting tbe
battle ground nsar. Petersburg, hut this
morning for City Point on a special train.
nrssfl MapyelM. .'
Bostow, May 6, 1:40 p. m.8eor In
Cattno rsoat llorss, W7 slUs( bicycles,
Portsmouth. May r.-An explosion
oourred In the Government powder max
Sine, situated on Prltldy's Head, iu Ports
mouth Harbor. inn bulldlnjf wa
completely demolished. It la reported
that nine persons are ki.led aud a number
Lohdox, May 6. Later Information
from Portsmouth state that the expinsion
li P011"- msjM2liw on priddy's
Head wa caused bv the accidental Unltlou
of tome pnwdr during the fllllii- of a
quantltv of shell. 'I he loss of life, luipp'l
ly, la not as treat as was llrnt rfpuiind.
Only two person were killed outright.
Five, however, sreo badly injured that
they are in a dying condition. ,
. i BIX victims,
LatUOte, Mav ft. -A rthpateh Just re
oelvedfrom Portainouth st.iti-a four of the
persoas Injured at tho powder explosion,
have dle.l, making the lital uutuher of
Drum, May 5.-Flizhurri will be
tried bt a special Jurv hi accossorv to the
murder of fturke and for thu mun'.erol
Cavenduh. An entirely uew Juo' punel ha
LfJNtirjsj, Eng., Mar 5.--A (flspateh
baa beon re:cived froiii Tabreei:. Persia,
reporting that tho cty hns beeu visited br
an earthquake which destroyed a greji't
many bouse and caused the death of a
large number of per.ijtis.
St. pKTKKSBl ltii. May 6. It Is believed
the authorities at Mouoir have bee.i In
vested with the pnwr to arrest a number
of persons who have been autinsc suspicious
ly in that city and o detain them until tim
coronation of the Czar ban taken pise.
Much ill feeling exists In some of the teirl
menu of tbe anov, owing to tbe fact that
reward are being offered to the men to in
duce them to denounce auv of their com
rads who arc known to he Nihilist. .
VrexsiA. May S. Llltio prozre- seam
to have been mad towards adjusting; the
prievance which caused the baker' -slstants
here to go on a strike. Last night
a thnusatyl of tho strikers en-a;ed lu a rint
at tne assemoiy rooms. I be furniture was
destroyed and the windows broknn. Tho
rioter then threw up a barricidn In the
street to enable to re-lst tho police, who
bad been summotied to qu.'ll the disturb
ance, and who had a 'IlL'lcult time In nub
dulng the infuriated moo. olmultaneoiiKlv
with this outbreak a doinoustratlon was
made In another part of the ct'.v by 400
more striken who attacked a building oc
cupied by the Hakars' Association, the
door and windows of which tonvhioke.
Both parties of the rioters were (Id ally dis
persed. POSTroMiri. .
VrENXA, May5. Tho meeting of King
Humbert, of Italy, and the. Emperor
Francis Joseph, of Austria, whicli tva to
bave taken place at P.rrlln this sprlnjh
been postponed until the 9th of nexipo
vember. , :
SOCTn AMEBIC A.
Llma, May 5. -Tho DUrio Official re
ports tbat Colonel Canto ha had two en
gscemeots with Caccri's torces at Ualco
nelllo and Pampas de Slcaya. It both cae
he routed the enemy, cautisring cannon
and forty rifle. Tiie Chilians had four
killed and twelve wounded, and tho Mon
teneros filty-nlne klllodi Cacerl U at Tarts
and his troops are demoralized.
. foo Htteli Wklsk.vr.
CrKCTKSATt, May 5. A meeting of
the Western F.xport Association nas Ij rn
ealled for general consultation tn
Imlianapolls on Wednesday next. In
riew of the continued pro
duction of Burbon wbUkev in Kentucky,
there are many distillers 'a
well as Jobbers m this side of the
Ohio Kiver who believe that the
only remedy ajrainst over-production is to
return to the one-year bonded period. The
association has stored good in the bonded
warehouses so as to maintain the market,
and to-day there are 2-) ,000 barrels
of hljjh -proof goods in tbe ware
house. The time Is now come when the
cattle will go out of the stable, and
It will be no hardship for distillers to re
duoe or suspend entirely , aud at the con
templated meeting an order will be Issued
reducinc the capacity to twenty percent.
This will make tbe production 2,000,000
gallons less In a month than it would
otherwise be, and give ample room to mar
ket every available barrel. now stored In
5ew York, Mav 5, Tho always-powerful
Influence of Trinity Church Is being ex
erted to bring the Rev. Mr. N'ewtort to
trial without delay. Tho liv. Dr. Dlx
and Ihe associate clergy of Trinity are In
perfect accord aa to the nnorthodoxy of the
rector of All Souls', and in ordet that the
church may have peace, they (favor au Im
mediate presentment and a swift trial, so
tbat the trouble may be dlspoted of aa soon
as possible. The Influence Is supplemented
by more than one bishop outside the
diocese, and though Mr. ewton and his
friends are said to have the fullest confid
ence that tbe trial will fall of It purpose,
If that purpose I to exclude him from the
church, 111 said they no longer have any
doubt a to the fact that he It to be ar
raign id .
New York, May 8. Lian. Increase,'
2, 602,400: specie, increase, $2,032. 8 "0;
legal tenders, increase, 17,047,900; circu
lation, ieorease, $OH,800; reserve, in
c.eae, $708,028. The banks now hnld
$1,804,128 In excess of the legal require
THE SOCIALIST LEADER.
In his Wild
ST. Lonis, May 6. A little undersized
man, With almost a French nearness of
dres, a quick, nervous step, a peculiarly
shaped head, In that it Is aliuoel the shape
of a pear with tbe small end upwards, and
with great heavy, wide Jaws covered with
sandy whiskers, parted at, the chin and
combed back In European stvle. got off tho
Louisville aud Nashville train at the Union
depot last evening, and waa recognized by
the group of St. Louis Socialists, as Herr
Most, tho anarchist, communist and so
"How do you find socialism In the Uni
I 'The people of the United States are In
tone Anglo-Saxon, and alow to move. I
expected to Hud many German Socialists
In this country, and waa not
disappointed; but when I learned how the
doctrine of right and Justice to humanity
had taken root and spread among tbe Eng-.
llsh-speaklng population I was us much do
lighted a surprised. Every city, baa iu
English-speaking section of tho ' socltlisu
party. In fact they hardly appear upou the
surface, but they exist una are at work.
They are thinkers and quiet worker, and
will be Mard of when tb time come."
"Tbe time when socialism prevail."
"Aud what does that moan?'' ' "
' 1 'It meant when the wealth of the world
bolongs to society and ts worked for the
common good.' when hungur and want
are no more. .When concentrated capital
s no raori." i ,' i
Herr Most grsw xclUd st this point snd
Bacsd tne Boor a be delivered long mo
ods of bt regular addresses, snd St
the conclusion of tb . iJutrsl tb .re
port! Utt. - I -4
ISsw Tsrk Prss Conmeuta,
Kew York, Muy6. ThsSunsaysi "It
the present - distracted condition of the
Republican parly in this state should con
tinue It would be overwhelmingly defeated
In the next election. Home of tbe leaden
are trvlnir tn hrlnor the two faotlon tnath .
er, but the figures of the last lection are
very diicourugtng. Folger'i vote fell
213,080 below that cast forOarfleld, or, lit
other word, nearly iwo-fjftbs of the Re
publican refused to support the regular
candidate for Governor, though be waa
one ot tbe pillar of tbo national adminis
tration. These ?n,080 votes aro Half
breed. The Republican State Committee
1 controlled by Stalwarts, and to are tbe
centrul committee In s Urge majority of
tho counties. This faction win Id manage
the work of organization in It own inter
est. The Half-hrcedi know ibit and ob
ject to coming undor th Stalwart yok
until a compromise is effected. Harmony
remain a long way off. " '
THK JOUR. HAL.
The Journal : "Tbe newspapcrsof
Germany having git up a wild excitement
over the alleged unwholesomeness of
American pork, so a to compel German
to buy at exhorhltaht price th pork
grown by local farmer and ahunthv Amer
ican product, resentment la In order. It I
proposed that a tariff Iw put on the Impor
tation of stooklmrs, of which Germany fur.
n!he us with $4,&u0.ui0 worth every 'yar.
If we should suiiprev German hose It
would ruin a good many German trinnu
faciurei. and tboulindt ot German weav
er and knitters would be thrown, out of
work. We play hoi auaiust hot, aud, as
tbo question .of appetite la Involved, wt)
shall tin pretty lure to win.
" " " ; . i
M ardor by ft Kuppoaftd Laiustl.
SuiMMA, Mo., May 6. Charlof K.
Adams, a rough-looking fellow, shot aud
kll.etl William Nichols, a passenger on the
M. K. Jt T. train, near Montrose, Mo.,
last nielli under some mysterious clrcuiu
Minoe. Xicl.oli wa from Dallas, Texas,
and was on h's way to St. Lmds
with a friend named F. M. Cockrell. Be
fore iha train reaehad Montrose Adams
hitii some trouble with Col. Biatt and O.
P. Howie' about the former' bagea'e,
which Adam bad attempted to ecreto.
A the train reached Montros Adams
pulld his pistol and tired, evidently In
(.'inline to hit either Blatt or Howk. The
bullet srnick Mr. Nlchol ln the nock,
killing him instantly. Adams wss at onu
arrested aud disarmed hy Conductor
Naive, He wa .taken to Clinton, In
Hdnry county, anil lodred In )a!l. Th
bo'ly of Ihe murdered man jwa al'i taken
ttii re. Nichols Isut drummor and 1 wU
known In St. Louis.
unttoy Lswa HtlctrJ. '
At-nAKY. May 6. Governor Cleveland
has signed tho Campbell penal cod amend
ments, which priiotliwlly repeal w'.tst ar
known as tho 8-inday "Rlu' laws,
.which have been o obnoxious to a large
oloa of citizens In Nw Y'ork aud Brook,
A pretty choolmlstre of 18 years tn
Lancaster county, Petv.ivlvini, oak been
before tho police court on the charee of
dislocattne the le't shoulder of i H-rnr.
old pupil In punUblnghlm for an Infraction
of tbe school rules.
Fred Gebhardt ba not only persuaded
Langtry to ride with blm in bl tilbury, l ut
ha convinced her that the rules of" jirod
breeding In this ooumry permit a gentle
man to smoke hi cigar while, walking
or driving lu a publle thoroughfare w ith a
Joseph Jefferson ha Just lift hi home ha
Iberia parish, La., to fulfill some profes
sional engagement. Th comedUn I
greatly beloved by hi southern neigbl ore,
who 'declare with enthusiasm, "He 1
Just the whitest man tbat over lived In this
Mr. Bell, tbe telephone man, fell in love
with a deaand dumb girl and married her
for her beauty. While experimenting; with ,
an audiphono for bis wife's use ho dis
covered the principle of tbe tolephone and
made 6,000,uOO out of It. Her portrait,
placed on exhibition, attracted much
stiention tbat It made the fortune
of the previously unknown artist
who painted it. Her extraordinary beauty
ha made the fortune of two meu.
When the laughter of Lady Gordon
eloped it boeirne necessary to apprise her
mother f ' . v. Her daughter had run
away with u .oitg Lord with whom she
had been dancing at a -ball given by th
Duke of Devonshire. "Oh I heaven,"
nrlod the poor mother, "on such a cold
night, too, and without her flannel petti
coat I And to think that It is all my fault,
because I wanted to set off the dullcacy of
her shape to catch the Duke of Bedford. ' '
MAY 0, 1883,
HOGS Quiet: prices Steady; Itirht 7(9
7 40; mixed packiuir $7fa7 86; heavy pack
ing and shipping ! iXdl 72.
CATTLE-Filr to steady; exporter $6
eOiotf 60; good to choice shipping $8 OOfo)
6 80; common to fair $S 40(30.
CATTLE Good to heavy steer $8 BOO
6 80; light to fair $4 00r38 63; common to
medium native $4 60 (aA 28; fair to good
Colorado tlfdt 80) south treat $1 7535; corn
fed Texans $4 76(38 06; oommon to good
stock ors $4 40(aM66; fair to good feeder
$5 78(35 76 common to choice native eowi
and heifers $3 90(94 90; tcallawagt of any
kind 133 60.
HOGS Very quiet but quotablv un
changed. Light to good Yorker $7 10O
713; mixed to good packing $7r3l728t
butchers to extra $7 80(3)7 60; skips and
cull $0 28(96 60.
WHEAT May $112; June $1I4H;
July client August $116; Sep
tember $1 1SHS year$l 11 V.
CORN Mav M; June MVrclX; July
87 V; August 68 sf : year 81.
OATS May 84; Juna42H; July 42;
August MH&tH year 83 H.
WITi: AT May Jl Ti V ; June $1 JU'O
X; Julyfl lw August $1 Mlffa1; Sep
CORN May 08V; June moV, July
60 S'ftf X ; August 07 Ci V ; September 08
sssintry rmdne, tin.
BUTTER Oeamnrv S'Kri'.IO for eholee
snd fancy; second 'EMii, Choice
to fancy dairy 242'U fair tn good l.VattO;
common 0(S10, Sals, 12 tub creamery at
LIVE POULTRY Old chicken wers In
good demand and liberal supply, and
ruled stcadv attf 2.Va):t.V for cocks, 19 76
(34 23 for mixed, according to number of
cm-ks In the eoon; and $4 8t)r4 73 for bent.
Th laruest portion of tho spring chickens
received are entirely u small, and sre al
most uusalalla; theyar nominal at $t 80
(SJ 80; medium 'land nre fair sal st $3 80
60, and oboioo large ready sal at $8C0.
Turkeys fair aalo at .0l2Se th. liven
weight. Ducks aud gcoi neglected and
Country f market quiet. Red winter
wheat to arrtvo advanced Id; California
wheat to arrive advanced It; red winter
wheat off coast sdvanoed Adt.snot wheat
stroogl No. 2 spring 0 2d: No. 8 spring ( '
VI; westera winter ; California ivaiicd
Id; mixed western ' corn dull at ft TVd.
Demand from Vnllsd Kingdom snd Con 1
tlnPt for wheat an rather dull for'
MIW.,' ... ,, .., ,U ' . "
health and avoid sickness.
Instead of feeling tired and
worn out, instead of aches
and pains, wouldn't you
rather feel fresh and strong?
Vou can continue feeling
miserable and good for no
thing, and no one but your
self can find fault, but if you
are tired of that kind of lift
you can change it if you
How? By getting one
bottle of Brown' Iron Bit
ters, and taking it regularly
according to directions.
MaasSeld, Ohio, Nov. to, iSJi.
Gentlemen r I hT suffered wita
pain In ay side snd back, and great
oreness oa my breast, with snoot
ing paint all through my body, at
tended with grut weakness, depre.
ion of spirits, and loss of apps.
tile. I have take several different
medicines, and was treated by proas
Inent physicians for my liver, kid
neys, and iplcen, but 1 got no relief.
I thought I would try Brown's lroa
Sitters ; I have now taken on botUa
and a half and am about wall-satda
In tide and back all goni iiaisiiasa
all out of my brtatt, and I bava a
good appetite, and aa gaining is
trenstnand flesh. Item justly ba
tailed theifV tiudUmtt.
Joaut K. Ai l tun.
Brown's Iron Brrrrsais
composed of Iron in soluble
form; Cinchona the great
tonic, together with other
standard remedies, making
a remarkable non-alcoholic
tonic, which will cure Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Malaria,
weakness, and relieve all
Lung and Kidney diseases.
will b open ntiil re,rl for biftnts on tb 1st of
Har.anil Ivnsr.J wilt - placed at
with Si p-cn'. d'sunn' fur inoc:h r.f May.
The oar y ssss.ni I lH;t Id snt full bonett et
theCurstire fropcrilos of the Waivr.
Cur. t i.f
for which th".- prlnis are aper.lallv Outad, coals
h fnrolKhiid fritn pr mio iit people tin have
lHrn prrmnniM tl v cure 1 hv on io f. iir w. ..k.' .1..
and a fri'sone nf 'the wauir.
aV. B. TJiistlewood & Bro.
DEALEIW IK -
GRAIN SACKS nnd TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEBi
Cnh'o, - - . Illinois.
IV a A (JKSMITIrt
W AG ON-.AIA KE U.
almp no Hn tl'luv Avtnm. tn-iw.'iin V..nrth a4
blstb atrt ts, Cairo, ilUiint.
trr-AH 1.1 ids I I gin anil tmav t,cSmtthlM.
wngon nd i-arriigc w.nUdon Uitbe roo-t woik
tnsnllke iiianner. 11 rst-shoeing sretis'ty a4
A Sc sr.fi i.wpi' te H rel. frwwin -n U .
luronn mill minwi niu is,
T Psssetwer DP't of the Chleatii, St. Lost
aed ewOrlrsnsi rllno' Central! Wabash, Hi,
Unit anil Pacific! Inn Moanttlo atut Wihra,
llnbllad (ihtot Cliri aau St. Linns Mauwae
ar all Just aoniss thu street; while th etssmho.
Lndieg Is hat one josre r1tlnt,
This Hotel Is h.'Slod by kteanl, ba SUast
Laundry, llydraullo filavalor, Klortrle Call tiells,
Aatntnado Klro Alsrms. Hatha, absolutely pur air,
rtoctteworat' n'l uieiplvl appetntmaal.
Haixrh fttrtushln! fvUtH rvle and MSB
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