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For Scarlet Mid
Typhoid Fere r I,
I Diphtheria, Hall
I Hor Throat, Nuall
I Foi, Measlaa, and
all Contagious Diseases. Venom waiting on
tli Skk klmuld ux it freely. Scarlet Kever lis
Sever been known to iprrail where the Kliiirl wi
used. Yellow r ever ha, been cured with it after
black vomit had taken place. The wont
biles of Diphtheria yield to it,
F avrrcd ami Kick Per
soti refrohed and
Had Hores prevent
rd by bathing Willi
Impure Air made
haraaleM and piirifkd.
For hore Thruat It It a
For Frosted Ft,
hnfl White Complete
Ion le cured by iu use,
Rhip Fever prevented.
To purify the Itreat It,
Cleanse the Teeth,
it can't be turpatted.
Catarrh relieved and
A member of my faro
lly wat taken wiib
Small po. I ued the
Fluid : the patient wa
not delirious, a not
pitted, and waa about
the bouts again in three
weeks, and no other
had it -I. W. Panic
Iryaentei J cured.
Wound healed rapidly.
Aa Antidote for Animal
or Vegetable Pomou,
I used tlie Fluid during
our present affliction with
Scarlet Fever with de
cided advantage. It ii
indiipenulile to the side
room. Wm. V. &nu
riD, Eyrie, Ala.
The physiciant here
Ute Darbvt Fluid very
successfully in the treat
ment of Diphtheria.
Tetter dried up.
Ulcers purified and
In cane of Death It
thould be used about
the core it will
prevent any unpleas
The eminent I'hy
klclan, J. MA HI OS
MMS, M. II., New
York, un: "I am
convinced Prof Ilarbyt
I'raphyla'tic Fluid it a
Tanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn.
1 testify to the most eacdlent qualities of Prof.
Darliyi.l'mrphylactic Fluid. At a disinfectant and
determent it is both theoreti'ally and practically
ttiieri'jr to any urrparaiion with which I am ac
quainted N. T. LunuN, Prof. Chemistry.
!arbya Fluid ii Kecommendrd by
Hon. Alkxaniikk H. SrsfHSNS, of Georgia;
kev. LuAi. F. Dsems, U.D., Church of ttte
Btrangers, N. V.;
icja.IjrCoNTK, Columbia. rr.f , University, S.C.
lev. A J. Baitli, I'r.if., Mercer Univertity.;
kev. Gso. F. 1'iskck, Bishop M. K. Chunh.
rXPIHI'KNSAIU.K TO F.VKfcr OOMK.
Perfectly harmless. Useil internally or
eternally for Man or fteast.
The Fluid hat been thoroughly tested, and w
have abundant evMeme that it has dune everything
here claimed r ,r fuller information gri of your
Druggist a p.im;hlet or tend to the proprietors,
J. II. Z F.I LIS CO.,
Manufacturing L'hemiiu, 1'lfl I.ADU.I'HI A
EOUOE II. LECII, M. D.
Phvtioian and Hurproon.
SdhcIsI atlantina Dld to th Hotneot.a'hlc trust
meat of uriral diseases, and dtseas? of worn in
umce: Un Mth sterol, opposite ibe Pun OIH-.
J)R. J. E." STRONG,
128 Commercial Ave , Cairo, III.
VAPOK. Kl.ECTUO VAPOB ia MSDICATKU
A lsdv In tttendnncc. '
QR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFPICI Sights 8trt. near Codid errtal ai.oc
R. E W. WHITLOCE,
Unioi-No. 1S Commercial Avanne, hitwten
aerfj and Ninth StreM
PROPRIETOR OF BPROAT'8 PATKN1
T)nTininiiinimnn P 1 Dfl
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WEM
n.rT-n-n DAD Q Tf T T)YT KI fl
1'A.Kja.eiU ron con
Oar Lroacls a Specialty.
Cor.Twelt'tli Street and Lev'e,
That amirt men averaue M to Wl pe day pro
fit, toll ng trjn r ivKei m innai. u "
. - . - ........ I SJ..M,,.,H nilitmf.rt
lona utile voiiuno i:ur apuou. .............
aud porchimd by all clo; ttothlnu In tho honk
ii .i,.i Will nmvn It nr forfait I i (I.
Complete aamplu and outfit IV o or lull parti
cnlara for atatnp. Don't a art out again until ynn
learn whatlaaldof thla honk and what olliera
are doln. W. H. THOMPSON, rubllaher. m
Arch Stri et. rnilaauipnia. ra. 'r""
fJMlKClTY NATIONAL BANK.
ft (llllll t.KVKK.
A Oencral Bankluir bUHlncss
TItOS. W. IIATalalUAV.
iN'ritKl'KlSK 8AVINU BAMH.
Of Cairo. .
KXCLUS1VKLY A SAVINGS BANK.
TItOS. W. HAIjIjIDAY
Citt Ci.iik' OrrtoK, I
niiuo. III.. Anrll Hh. 188.1. 1
lBblo notice la htiruhy alvett that on Tuesday
tnelStbdayofMay.A.D IHHJI, spec,lal elacllon
will he uuld at the eneina houe of the Anchor
Flm company, In tho Kltth ward, city tr Cairo,
in rn. ni.iAiInn nf nna alduiman ftnn said
ward tn fill vueaner caused hy the rMlgua Ion of
T W. Ilalllday, said tleetiuu opa at ao xioci in
the morning and continue open until 7 o'clock Id
ins ansruoou ot aaia uar. iy urunr p, mr vuuu
cU. I), J, VOIilY, City Clerk.
Dodge City, Kas., in Posses
sion of a Mob.
Other Deeds of Darkness -News
From Washington The
KaXbah Cl TV. Mnv 9. For lltu mist ten
day a rimmk;ilile mid siui'tlliix Mime of
affairs lias exlsietl ut limine (.'itv, Kim.,
and all mention of them Un Uvi-n kept
qtilel. Prominent KmiHs ( lly attorney
loft to-duv for TojM'kii to e titl'in (ioverunr
(illck Unit tl; town l iiIik imI timlcr mar
tini Ihw. '1 he dilticiillv In din lliu fulniilia-
tion of a lotiK-Htatitltni; fi nd lit wt'ifti two
eleini iitu of the tjlHct. Id.du'i' (.'ilv un
Ioiik ciijiiyed the i'fnilii(loii of liolinr a liurd
place, ll vyuh out: of t tie few point In
Kirmdti where nulooua run opcnlv anil k;hii
lillng In li'Uillni.Mlfd, ' It i.
Hit bcntl'itiHrtt'i'a of t lie tow-
bovN nnd entile tnt'ii of tli- vlcinitv. .Iut
before tho 1hI dtv idcftioii the Mayor vh.
a limn nftined Webctcr, t lie irniii ii'lor of it
dive, balf saloon ami lialf umiAinn huiix:
and variety bull. He whm the rrieeiitu
tlvo of the lower element of the. Minrtlnir
fraternity. Tbe bead of the other fuel ion
wuti . II. IIhitIk. Ilarri reiirenenti'd
tho qtiletnr and mole reiritalil,j tdcinent,
and there waa it liltler fi-litijr between tie
two. At the election ll.tn N wh lirauii
for Mayor by a man limited Iieice,
Webaier'" eundluute, nnd ince iln-n ii ha.i
been ci e I' d tbal HaiiU' uiptttli ei'1
would ! urlt en out. About ten uav ak'o
Mr. Short, who In Harris' pai liter, and a
police attire r, bud
A RIIOOTINfi AFFIt.W.
Neither tt butt, and the'evidi nee hbowed
that short tired at first. He wit, m v
eilheleae, thrown into jail. Litter live
eiimlilera were arre.led and al-o jailed.
That li ix: tit a vIl'IIiiiho ruiiiniittre vvaii
formed with Tom Nixon, Ibe tuoin irlor of
one of the banleit danre hall in I he Wot.
al the head of II. I bin crowd retiaiii d to
the jail and hntitb'd the priaoneia that tlirv
tim-t leave town nxt niornin?, anil
that Itiey would he ifhen ( 1 1 1 1
rhoire of ' train L'olta: eal or went.
Meantime the vigilant look ik'-
aion of the town. The nu rckiiondrnN
of the lead! UK paper were notitli'd that I lie)
lllllxt not semi aliV leltxrulilo in refrrrnre lo
the Hit nul ion . and a Imdy ofarnird nu n
watched the arrival of e'arh train lo re
that there wat no Interference. A
lawyer from Lamed . aent for lv one of
the prisoners wa met a Vk'Hante.
IKKIFI A KIKUOr.V
at b head, and told blm not to Ktop, Niwl
moruln: tive emnblera were put on the
wettrd bound train and short
left fir Kana City, where
be la now. The tilace I practlrally in I lie
hands of I lie Vigilantes and the Hliuiiiinn
la more aerioti from the fact that the Min
or U ai'tini; with them, and It wn he wlio
notified the prisoner that thev niiikt ."
The train are atlll watched and armed men
Ruard the town, whll a lit of other who
wilt be ordered wit haa heen prepared.
Every aouree of reliable information Indl-
catea that Iode City I now in the Ii:uh1
or aeitperadoea, and that incideniloiiic
ejection of Short and other", the llvt-a and
property of the citizen are by no mean
afe. Trouble of very aerloua character
Sheridan and Walsh Becoming Anxious-
Naw Yohk, War 9. (Icneral rnnean si.
Walker, of Wanhlnifton. who, In company
with (inventor Hen). K. Hnller, (ieiieral
Roirer A. lxryor and Mr. Itetihen K. Car
roll, will act aa counacl for Sheridan and
Walsh, la In tbia city and la Mitplnir at tlx
Aator hotiHc. A conference wan held liv
Mr. Carroll, Mr. Sheridan. Mr. WaUh',
1'n trick Bronnan, Auntln Ford of the lr'ah
World, Frank Hyroe and others, (ieiieral
Pryor had been called out of (own on bul
neHH. Mr. Carroll declined to aav won w aa iirea-
ent, but said that Mr. Tymyi va not pres
ent, lie added that no cotichiiioiis were
reached and that the conference would be
continued, when he believed that some
definite plan of action would he arrived at.
lie declined to aay wiieiner any newn Had
bean received from WashliiKtnn.
Mr. wulkeraaliM "1 have been retained
as counsel for Mcrs. Sheridan. WaMi anil
othen, but aa yet have notliliiK to hay for
"1 nave reeeivea aeveitti inrenteiiiuir tet-
teralnthe last few tlay,"Mr. l'ierre
pont Edwiirdn, the HrltNh consul aaltl.
''One waa tdmply a coflin with my name on
It, and here U another." The threatening
mlsive wna a poatal curd nddresHcd,
'Enirllidi CoiihuI, New York." (in the
oppoalte aid win written "Your place. I
BLOWN UP AM) VI if 8HOT.
and every svmputhl.er of you or Kntland
will lie poisoned or their pliwes blown
"Lioyou know anyttiiui!, ' O lionotnn
Hons was asked lust evenim;, "abmittlie
IbreatenliiK letters written to the 1'rllihb
'Know uuytblng about Ihem)1 Aik the
BrltlBli consul If lie knows aiivlbinv niiotit
tho threatenliiK lettora winch 1 receive III
every mall front hnRliind or from different
sections or this country. 7 '
"Five or six men came
Rd wards' statement about
here itfier Mr.
New York lie
formers was published, ' '
said, "and volunteered
to well, they
"Doynuknow anything." Mr. Uossn
WHHHsknd, "about iho dynanilUi ships
which ILtlifitx dispatches any have been
ent to Canadar"
"Tho whole exiled Irish world," ho
replied, "will shortly lie un In arms
against EnKhtnd, and will loin hands
against the F.nL'ltsli Mag and strike II wher
ever they find It outside of tho United
Th Nlnr Itoiil Trial.
WAilllMUTON, May II. It was decided
last night to go on Uh the argument In the
.Star ltoutc trial, and this morning Wilson
began the closing urgument for the de
fense He will tie follow'etl by Cnrpunter,
Williams, Heukle, Ditvldgc, chandler mid
Ingursoll In tho order minimi. Wilson be
gau by saying some inallclous newspaper
pangraphcr, referring to his opening
argtinients was mean enough to any there
waa nothing on earth to which
It could bo Compared ex
cept tbe crater of Vesuvius, If
length of speech Hiado lawyers' fnmo tho
two gentlemen who preceded should be
immortal. Testimony In this case had been
noandalously misrepresented and pervert
ed. Why had the government failed to
callJohn H. Mitchell to prove his mime
was on that memorandum, and that be had
reeelved tho ntonoy from Dorsey. They
had tauntod the defense with their neglect
In that matter, yet, when the defense
called Bedford, the court refused lo allow
him to say anything In naswnr to (lerdeil's
? barges, and bad said the matter bad nolo
f to do with Ui case.
fAlRO. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY
Y A Ohal Wltk John B. ona;is.
TTw Tore, f,iiy 9.-rrlor lo Mr. Joliii
B. flough's lootttre ut the Rev. lr. New
man's ohurcfe Tuesday evening reporter
had an Interesting tulk with the renowned
temperance advooate. "You viirrv your
years well, Mr. Cough," said tbe re
porter. "Yes, I cun't oomplaln. think I stuml
locluiiiiL' very well. I shall be sixty-six
years old next August. You sen I come
from a long-lived family. My father did
not die till he had reached ninety. four. "
"How munv speeches have you made do
"Since my Hist essay In October, 1X12, I
have made SO.IHXI speeches, Including lec
tures, and havu traveled ilill.OOU milex,"
"H'hen do you think of stopping)"
"I shall nVver stop until 1 tlie. If I
should be deprived of speech I believe I
should eniitiiiiie to make motions."
"Would you mind tt'lllnif mo why you
almntloie'd Hie subject of temperance as n
speclallv iu vniir leelure proiiiainine!"'
"The! reason is (hat the circle that It sur
rounds Is too narrow. I flnd it really dif
ficult In America to really know what
public opinion is regarding tiuperanen. In
F.ML'lainl it is different. There you can
focus public opinion In twenty-four
Inui re. Tho rea.on of the l iff cretin
l on ifciiiinl of the witle urea nf
the I'nlon. 1 find alo initeli iipullty pre
vailing in regnrtt t't temperance. The
clergy do not take as much intei'ist in it.
There is more tatter leer drunk annually
and yel I should not like to say thai In
temperance is Increasing for tbee reasons.
I have enlarged the scope of my sub
"Are you of opinion that (be lecture field
Is also beliiif contracted.
" Decide lly, 1 am. It Is getting to be
plaved out. "'
"liecause other tilings are taking lis
place. For Instance, I tiitil wondcifnl
development among Ihe masses for
tto d mii-ic and It Is a good
sign. Music now largely suptiles the
place of the lecture plaifonn which flour
ished so widely a few years ago. The craze
for tbeatrieulsl another cause for the de
cline, which ! tlo not take t'V he so good a
sign. Hut it Is nevertheless true. I see
thl evidence everywhere in small as well
h In large towns."
.The Itmler MniMle.
Horn un, May The legislative eoni
tuillec investigating the validity of (lover
imr lluller's lir1 veto had the Governor's
private secretary again before them to-day,
but lie refused to give it 11 V facts relative to
the sending iu of ibe veto or In regard to
ltis lelations with the (iov-inor. Unsaid
hi refusal wa under tbe direction of ilie
(iovernor. (ioeri.or Butler has refused
to approve bills amounting to fl.iuu signed
bv rlghtiiigton, tlie superintendent of
the Indoor Poor, and Sandor, Inspector of
Male Charities a they have not taken tlie
out h nf office. He savtj thev are not legal
nlhVor of the Slate.
the ew Civil Ncrvic Kiilea.
Nkw Yukk, May ft. The Tribune savs:
"The proof of the' pudding is in tbe eating
of it. o It will bo with tb civil service
rules as promulgated by the President.
Thev seem Just and likely to be tolerably
efficient, but. their merit can only be deter
mined finally after they have been tcted by
application.' I.lttle fault 1 to be found at
present wit h the educational requirement or
the qualifications as to age, mental capacity
nr moral character. The question of ap
portioning the appointment- among the
States and Territories will be most apt to
causi) the commissioners trouble."
Phil. Thouipaou'a Trial.
Cincinnati. May it. -The Tlmes-Siar
Ilarrnd.'burg, Ky., specliJ ays Ave Jury
men have been accepted In tho ease of Phil.
II. Thompson, Jr., on trial upon an In
dictment for the murder f Walter H.
Davis. Four peremptory challenges have
been made bv the proecutlon and two by
the defense. Interest In tho case is so
treat, men are anxious to become Jurors
to l e aide Jo hear everything. This Is
shown by the answers to questions put lo
the panel, it is not likely the jury win be
completed till to-inorrw.
rn rsncKd, Mav . The Wester" Nab1
Association met this morning In regular
monthlv isnn. A discussionof the trade
developed the fact that the demand, owing
to tbe possibility of a strike, was very
hcavv. Mocks are still light, nut in belter
assortment than a month ago. The card
rAte remained unchanged.
Th Barllioldl Ntntae.
Nkw Yuhk, May!. Work was not com
menced to-dav, as announced It would be
on Ihe excavation for Ihe foundation of the
Hartholdi statue of Liberty heightening
the World, tit Ueiiioo's island, on account
of Ibe hospital uutriru lties still being In pos
Illinois Winter Wheat.
ClliCAiio. III., May 9. -The Illinois De
rartment of Agriculture has Just coin
pleted a report covering l.Ooo townships in
the State, from which an estimate Is mado
that the crop of winter wheat will not ex
cecd forty per cent of the crop of IS:!,
I'll rsiiLKti. May 0. Tho semi-annual
conference of KIbop of the Methodist
Fpiscopul Church, to arrange work for tbe
ensuing six months, met here this morn
ing, and remain in session for several
Ilnrned lo Death.
Chicago, May 9. A special from ( bar
lotto, Mich., says: Grimes t Co.'s mill,
at Vertnontvllle, ten miles norm of hero,
burned this morning, and two or three
men, Including tho proprietor were burned
Indian a roi.iH, I ml., May "..John
Beggs' distillery at Sholbvvillo, Jnd., was
partialis: destroyed bv lire this morning.
Loss. :fi,0iK); to $30,000; insurance $IS,
out) to Jgn.ouO. Storeroom, pen, cribs and
rattle were all saved.
The Kew York World.
NkwYoiik, May!). The report tliatth
World newspaper bus been sold to Joseph
Pulitzer, proprietor of tho St. Louis Post.
Dispatch, is believed to bo true, llurlbert
promises a statement to-night which will
bo given to the press.
I'KTKiiHin ito. Ya.. May I). -During Ihe
past week HiKl.iHKI of (ax-paid tobacco was
sftlpped from Petersburg, while the ex
ports of tobacco wore about) fln.ooOnnuiuls.
Total revenue collections .fuo.Tm,
The Jore limin (Trial.
CiiiCAfio, May B.- ln the trial of .Tore
Dunn for tho murder of the pugilist
Klllnlt,, eight Jurors bad boon accepted by
both sides at 1 o'clock. Adjournment for
Cincinnati, May n, The Association
of Woslern (l is Manufacturers s in session
hore with about tlfty representatives pres
Tuknton, N. .)., May ll.-A Are this
morning In tbe building known as the Man
sion House destroyed properly valued at
Damaiteil by fire.
Bohton, May 0. The store of T. Item
Ick Ado,, dealers In cotton, waste, eto.,
was damaged by fire $16,000.
A Chicago man ha enmposed a pleee
called Full of Jolly Oallop." The
Ivieiureonine oover represent
latMittf With aaotber maa'i wilt.
MmWli(T, may 10. IMS ...
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FOREIGN Af FAIRS.
Fenian Fright at Halifax Anothsr
IlAI.UAV, Mnv ".--Halifax Is ferrlblv
excited over the present, J'cnlaii fright'.
Fifty tons of .un in tuition wa- v moved
from the ordnance stores lo th" -Mn (! to.
tiny, and that fortress Is being Hi iilIiIv
put In condition, although Hie military
authorities refuse to connect this in anv
way with the present "xclleinent. Thev
say Iho place needs overhauling, (ireiit
activity pievaiU not nnlv iinnmg the
rovlnelal Wovernmcnt and eve nil eta s.
Mi'ttllKTS of tlieloc.ll cabinet meet d lilv
but refuse to answer i'icstioiis, though
they will not deny th-truth of Ihe siale-
nients tlial are ullont. Ibe Meutenaiit
(iovernor has quilted the city for an Indefi
nite period, rtie Mayor reniaked that b
dill not expect the seusalioit to anioiin. to
more i linn the Feubtii scare of I'Oiti,
At Ut rttiel- of severs! icrsou. he
wore tn a number of special watchmen to
be under the siinclllance of ibe Citv
Marshal for service admit the Government
House, the Provincial P.uiHIIng nnd oilier
points. Additional night watchmen have
been assigned tn the public Uiildiugs, and,
besides, the policemen throughout th"citv
have been ordered to take no relief early
In tbe incli ning between tlie hours of 1 and
2 o'clock or between 2 and H o'clock as
customary, and those who usually go off
dutv at o'clock a. in. are, until further
Instructions, to remain on llieir heals until
The information tin (ioverniuenl received
is degii'liillg to leak mil. It is said that lie
sides the threat to lay a chain of torpedni
along the water frontage, to be blown up en
IAI'K K IllltliV'S KKCi:TIOJr,
and t,he similar scheme against Ibe Provin
cial Hiiilduig on the night of the grand
farewell bail to tieii. Mr Patrick Mac-
Dniigall, and arrangement w as on fool to
utilize Ihe svslem of drainage for the
wholesale destruction of Ihe city. The
miiiii drains all empiv iulo the h.irlior and
are quite eay of aires, from theiriiioiiih.
even fora limit, at mne distance, and imlil
and careful Fenians In the dead of night
might liv these mean-effectually establish a
train of torpedoes even in Hie heart of the
citv, Hi'iroughly uii'lermiuing the whole
nlace or uoncenlrating einoslves at par.
tieular points, and by connection with elec
tric wire fur any nngtn tteiii out de
struction and annihilation from beneath
the city al a set moment, while watching
tlie effect at a safe dNlance from the si t
tion with tbe wire aboard their pirulieal
schooners off the harbor or at any other e
cure rendezvous. " The selcel ion of Hall-
fax as the snot for reman actions Is evi
dently because of its prominence as a mili
tary station and because It Is In several re
spects Hie principal Itrllish city In Amer
ica, r roin what can be learned as to the
source of tbe information received by the
Government It appears that detectives at
the rhlladelplila Land League l (invention
reported to I ittawa thai a cum bined attempt
would be ninde lo revenge lrrU. wrongs,
and particularly the execution of the I'ho
nlx Park ' iniinb rci-s, wherever
opportunity olfered, and thai
suspicions pointed lo Hallux.
The detective who is responsible for the
scare is one detailed to the recent Land
League Convention, with orders to report
unvlhlng of Importance. He communicated
to 'the British Government his belief that
efforts of revenge, would bo put forth sun
ultaneouslv wherever the British drum Is
hestcn on the day Used fr Brady's execu
tion. ? ' ,
ES I K it AMf.lllCA.
Gcayaqi'II.. May . National affairs In
F.cumlor are urilical. Business is stispoii
tlcd In Guayaqtiil, and the streets are held
by armed troops. Cable communication
is not interfered with, as both parlies re
cognize tho Importance of not molesting
an American company.
Drni-IN. May 0. The. uual excursions
made from Dublin on Whit-Monday will
ho abandoned this year, the execution
of Joe Brady Is to take place that day.
KKI.I.Y OL II.TY.
Dtni.lN. May 9. -The third trial of
Timothy Kelly, charged with participation
in tbe inurdcr of Cavendish and Burke,
was concluded to-day. The Jury found a
verdict of guilty against the prisoner, and
he was sentenced to be hanged.
Notwithstanding tho rumors which havo
been afloat that the dissolution of Parlia
ment Is imminent, there are signs that
Bismarck's belief in tho dissolution as an
effect ivo weapon against a refractory Par
liament Is by no means us strong" as it
A TKNDKIt sril.lKCT.
BK.iti.iN', May 9. The motion recently
offered in the Ueichstag by a member from
Slrasshurg for the abolition of the Dictator
ship in Alsace-Lorraine has provoked com
ments In the French press which are calcu
lated to cause Irritation in (Hsrm any.
It ISM A lit K 'ii 1IKALMI.
Bititi.is, May It. Tho health of Bismarck
Is again unsatisfactory.
NokhisTOWn, Pu.. May 0. At the an
nual meeting of tho Pennsylvania Medical
Association resolutions were unanimously
adopted by tho Americun Medical Associa
tion, declaring thai organized opposition
by n local society or Individual members to
the code which was thus optiossd is rebel
lion against the constituted authorities.
Tho secretary was Instructed to forward a
copy of the resolutions to tho Committee of
Arrangements, a' Cleveland, for represen
tation to the association.
The Nprairiie t'.nate,
Piiomiuinck, It. 1., May I). In tbe
Supreme court to-day several cases against
tilt! A. & W. Spr.'igue Manufacturing Coniv
naiiy on trust mortgage notes were tried,
Governor Butler for the defense. The
cniirl overruled bis objection., and the
Jtuygavoa verdict for the plaintiffs In
one caso for lluH.I'iO, and In another for
Onu of the severest hitil-slorins ever
known In tint West occurred tn Denver on
Tuesday afternoon, A ( hlucsc house was
crtishntl by Ihe weight of hailstones nnd the
Inmates were dangerously hurt,
(in Monday it little slx-vciir-old mi u'
Mr. John Prlcsters, living six miles ta t nf
In iy, Mo,, shot bis three-year-old bioih
I'l'.wlth a pistol which he found In the
drawer of a sewing machine. Tho wounded
child will din.
At Palmyra, Mich., o Monday night,
the. house, of Lyman II ii villi ml caught lire
from a piece of paper held too near the
light by ono of his children. His oldest
daughter Alice, thirteen years old, was
burned to death.
In Bossier parish, La,, opposite Now
Orlenns, un TuomIhv evening. D. (!.
Hulubliison. h cittllo dealer, dolihc ralcly
hot and killed his clerk, a young man
named Lyon, who was standing In Hunt "
-leer. After being shot twice, Lyons
sel.etlj.a shot gun ami emptied tho cm.
tents Into Hutchinson's thigh. I""
died. Tim cause of tho trouble Is un
known. The Investigation Into the alleged rob
bery of MaJ. Wasson, Postmanter of the
Pulled Stules Army, uear Fort YVniib,
Tex., about I week ago, cunt lo a sudden
termination on Tuesday by the oiliowr cou
fesslnir tho whole business to be a fraud so.
eow up a, ehorUtf in na aeoouuts.
PrefiarlBff for Ibe rustlsMa.
Kaw Yuhk, May . ..m 8u
Petershuia eorreiDondont savs:
Su I'etersbtirgers and the Muscovites are
In a state of creat eiolUuiient. The whole
of ofriclal St. Petersburg must move for
a time to Moscow, and tho Muscovites,
though thev iiato them, must welcome
their guests'ln the best possible way. The
Czar's two oat'ltals, si. JMrrshurg and
Moscow, are tight ln endless duol.
Moseiw can never forgive tit. Petersburg
fer Hie removal ef the Oar's court from
the shore, of tho shallow and dirty Moseva
to Iho f the clear Btid wide Nsvt. St.
I'eieislnii is proud of being it Kuropean
city. and Mnsenw is proud of being a purely
Al1 the Ml listers, Senators mid members
of the Council of Slate will go to Moscow
and stay there for over a mouth. Intact,
the whole of the Czar's Government will
reside for a lime In the Kremlin at Mos
cow. The Czailtzav "tho Ditnoer, " even
for the sake of Ihe Crown would not miss
the servants of Terpsichore. She hustle,
elded to take to Moscow about l.'iO ballet
dancers of this city and ,V pupils, male and
female, of the haiot school. ' The court
ladies are very liilsy m llielr dresses, which
thev have ordnrml from Paris -for Ihe cor
onation festivities. It is s.thl bare
that every lady. Is preparing ut least a
dozen now dresses t.i cost from $.'"(' to $M
Minnie Conway's Dlvnrre.
Nf.w YtiitK, May !. In lliu suit brought
bv Minnie L"VV Conway to have hernial'.
Huge wilh Isaac Levy, Ibe eoilietist.au
milled on the ground that tho defendant
had a lawful wife at the linirt of such mar
ri'tge, th leferee ba rendered his report.
No defen-e was interposed on tho part of
the. defendant, Jind there was no appear
ance by counsel on his part before the re
feree.' TheiMiinsel for the defendant says
he know nothing of the decision, having
taken m part in the proceeding. Tho re
port has not yet been submit ted tn the
court for l oniii million, and although coun
sel for plaiuilff admits he has such a report,
he refuses to dl-close Its contents without
the permission of bis client. Titer is no
douhi. however, that the report is In favor
of plaintiff ami against the validity of the
Cuicvti'i. Mav II. The officer at Gen
eral shcrldan's heudquarlers In this t il v do
ti'tl credit the rumors oi disaster lo ( rook
column, w line ll is true tticv uaw eo
recent advices (mm Crmg in person they
are In the wiiv of receiving oulck commu
nications from anv point in fexas or New .
Mexico. Incase of an engagement, and
particularly o in of disaster, tiny re
port which (ieiieral Crook might make, of
the operations In or from Arizona would
go to the headquarters of the department,
of Ihe Pacific at San Francisco, and head
quarters here would not be In receipt of
any official report direct.
Sr. Loris, May fl. GeoiKc Gavin, who
has been secretary of the Board of Police
Counnissioifers for tweutv year, has done
what be could In such limited opportunity,
ami gobbled up the badge fund and wiped
out the contingent. Neither are heavy and
the Citv Hall will not be sold lo satisfy
creditors, but It shows that tho Police De
partment has been run rather loosely.
St. PAt;i May 0. The building on
First Avenue, South Minneapolis, occu
pied bv Dr. Maymer as a manufactory for
pittenl'reinedies, burned Tuesday. Loss on
building and stock, ftfl.OOO; Insurance,
tli.otsi. The parties occupying the fourth
story tie a residence narrowly escaped with
Inrtlctert for Bribery.
Nkwahk, N. J., May ". Fx-Speaker
of tho Assembly, John Kagan of Elizabeth,
was lodged In the Essex. County Jail last
night, having been arrested on an Indict
ment of the Grand Jury, chare ing him with
an attemnt to bribe Assemblyman Arml-
lage, of this city, during the session of the
New Jersey Legislature.
THE IMARKET8. .
MAY 9, 1833.
OATTLK.Good export uteers $ 40rrd
HO; good shipping steers .ftt O.VtJtt T6;
common to fair $h fX)(3rt,
HUGS fairly active, Irregular and ad
vanced .VaiOc earlv, but receded again:
light $7 Wd V: mixed packing $7 2Ura7
,Vi; heavy packing ami shipping $7 6or$
CATTLE-Good to heavy steers $.1 Outo
6 IK); light to fair WOOrtMOo; common to
medium native $4 60 raid 26; fair to good
Colorado flftfe 60; south west $d 76fa)3; corn
fed Texuns $176oj)5t)S; common to good
stockers H40106; fair to good feeders
$" 7.Va5 76; common to choice native cows
and heifers $3 904 90; scallawags of any
kind !ira)8 50.
HOGS Higher; deninud actlvo and
mainly for Eactorn shipment.
Light to good Yorkers 17 10rd7 ; mixed
packing 7ra786; butchers to extra $7
7 60; skips acdculli at $d76oJ86.
SHEEP Good fat sheared JHuVtiOom-
mon do dull at Wet i) 86.
WHEAT May $111!; June $1 13'f;
July $1 I.Wiil; August $1 UH; Septem
ber! 1.H'; October $116V; year$lll'(.
C'OKN-MayMH; June 64?; July 67;
August 58 V; September bS'i a.; year
OATS-May41; June 42; July 41 H ; Au
gust U4'; year ISiH.
WHEAT May $1 2g; June Jl MV;
C'OKN May 64 ' ; June Wi ;July Otl' .
WIIEAT-Mavt 13'.'; June f I 16; July
1 I.". ; August $1 fa's 5 September
l 17 si; yearn VM.
COHN Mar ol hi asked; June.'ir.' bid;
July MV; August 65 ; September fttt's
bid; vear 4(1 '' .
GA'TS-Mav 4;j43V bid; June 4;1V bid;
July 41'TdH S ; August il3 bid; year 31
Country Produce, He.
BI'TTEft Low grades almost entirely
neglet'ted nonilual. Sales of Crnitinery at
'.'.VJH for choice and fancy and occasionally
a shade more for gilt-edge pk?;s. Choice to
fancy dairy WiiXf, fair lo good l.VtigO;
coiuinoii urlO. Near-by make ranges at U
raise for oominon to choice, latter for
that showing grass flavor and color.
LIVE POlLTKY-Old chickens sold
steadily at unchanged rates, wilh offerings
about equal to tho demand. Sales wore at
f'l g.Vif:i .Ml for corks, Hi 7,Vt)4 '25 for mixed
and H MwX 75 for hens. There aro still
loo tunny small siu iug chickens arriving,
which are scarcely tho size of quails and
are. nf course, almost unsalable. . It would
bo beucllclal to shippers to keep this stock
till they aie somewhat larger, as they area
drag on the market at prevent. Koine vcrv
small sold at 75crnM 'J5, medium $1 60fn
it 60, cholci! at $'Ua4 and fancy largo at
(4 n0oY5 60. Ducks with slow sale at3rd
,160. Geese and turkeys are not wanted,
and are without quotable price.
EGGS-(4iulot and steady at Wo, Qoos
ggi aoo, 1 1- .
Country markets firm; mixed American
corn fo arrive declined, Sdj wheat
firm; No. "J spring 9s id; No. 8 spring
8s 3d; Western winter 9s;1 mlxsd West
ern com strong at 6s N. Demand from
tutted Kingdom and Continent aaoderaW
r wbe4 fpd "rsj.f
health and avoid sickness.
Instead of feeling tired and
worn out, instead of aches
and pains, wouldn't you
rather feel fresh and strong?
You can continue feeling
miserable and good for no--thing,
and no one but your
self can find fault, but if you
are tired of thar k'fod of life.""
you can change it if you
How? By getting one
bottle of Brown' Iron Bit
ters, and taking it regularly
according to directions.
Mansfield, Ohio, Nov. ti, tS8i.
Gentlemen : I have suffered with
pain in my side and back, and nasi
soreness on my brent, with snoot
ing pains all through my body, at
tended with great weakness, depres
sion of spirits, and lots of appe
tite. I have taken several different
medicines, and was treated by prom
inent physicians for my liver, kid
neys, ana spleen, but I got no relief.
I thought I would try Brown's iron
Bitters : I have now taken one bottle
and a half and am about well pain
in side and back all gone soreness
all out of my breast, and I have a
good appetite, and am gaining in
strength and fleih. It can jmtly be
called the king of nudkimt.
John K, Alismdss.
Brown's Iron Bitters is
composed of Iron insoluble
form; Cinchona the great
tonic, together with other
standard remedies, making
a remarkable non-alccholic
tonic, which will cure Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Malaria,
Weakness, and relieve all
Lung and Kidney diseases.
elbop on llaltlilav Avenue, between r'uortb and
hutti Streets, Cairo, Illinois.
rarAll Llnita r,f llnhl nxt tin.u. kl..ln.likl
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uriitrnn .nit p.rplunu u...L- .trt.t.. In h .. . L
manlike manner. II irsc-sbocliiK a specialty and
nnmacuou Kiisraii leva .
un r. smith.
EUSSItT A. IftlTU.
Grand Central Store.
OA.1KO. - - IJLL.
NKW YOKK STORK,
WriOLlWALE ANP RBTA 1 L. .
Tie Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOOJ)S SOLI) VERYCLOSK
O. O. l'ATIK U fc oo
Oor.NlneUenth street I PatitA III
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