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i.AlRP. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 12. .1883.
A HoiunUold Article fur Unleraal
- family Le.
For Hcarlet and
Ho rr Throat, Hiuull
Put, Measles, and
the Sick should use it freely. Scarlet r'rver liat
never been knnwn to spread where the Kluid wa
used. Yellow fever hat linen Hired Willi it after
blitok vomit lml taken place. The worst
Ciia of Diphtheria yield tu It.
reveredmlHlRkrr. I bMAIX-POX
on refreshed and ' and
lied Korea prevent-' I'lTTINO of Binail
ed by bathing with
Impure Air made
narrates ami piiritkd.
Fui Sore Throat It i a
sure cur. .
tor Fronted leel,
Holt White Onmplel-
ion aecured by iu uso.
hip fever prevented.
To purify the Ureal h,
Cleanse the Teeth,
it can't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
liurna relieved iiuuntl y.
A number of my fam
ily wii taken with)
Small pox. 1 luted the
Fluid ; the patient was
nut deliriout, vu not
pitted, and waa about.'
the house again in three
weeks, and no other
bad It. -J.W. Paaa
The physician here
ue barbyt Fluid very
successfully in the treat
ment of Diphtheria.
Wound healed rapidly,
An Antidote for Animal
or Vegetable Puikons,
I used the fluid during
our present affliction with
Scarlet Fever with de
cided advantage. It if
indispensable to the tick
room. Wi(. K. Samu
roan, Eyrie, Ala.
Tetter dried up.
lleers purified and
I n mar of Death it
ahould be used about
the corpse it will
prevent any unpleas
The eminent Phjr
lalrinn, J. MAKION
'KIMS, M. I)., New
I York, uv : " I am
J convinced Prof Darby
l'roihyUrtic rluid is a
Scarlet Fever I
Vanderbllt University, Nashville, Tenn.
I testily to the nioM eacelleiu qualities) of I'rof.
Darby! Prophylauic Fluid. As a disinfectant and
detergent it it both tlienretif ally and practically
superior to any preparation with whirh 1 am ac
quainted N. T. Li. itok, I'ruf. Chemiitry..
Darby F luid I Heroin mended by
Hon Al.eJANiu.K ii. brai-Hi sis, o((e:orgia:
key. Chav F. Dbkms, D.D., Church of the
felrangcrt, N. Y.;
in. I.iConti, Columbia, Ptof .Univrrsily.S.C.
lev. A. J. llAi-ti.a, Prof.. Msfer I'nivenity;
Kev. laEu. F. Pism , bishop VI. t. Church.
INDIHrKNSAIlt.K TO KVKKY IIOMK.
Perfectly hanultu. Used intenially or
eitrnully for Man or Kcast.
The Fluid baa been thoroughly tested, and w
liavc abundant evidew e that it has djne everything
here claimed, tor fuller information g-t of yjur
Druggist a pamphlet or tend to the proprietor,
J. II. Z 1.1 LIN ft CO..
Manufacturing Uieuiisu, ill I LA DKI.I'II I A.
rtEOHGE II. LK.VOH, M.
Phvieiau and Suncoon.
8uc!al attention paid to the II rnootuthlc treat
meet of aurglcal dlanaan, aud Uieo of woni -n
Office: un Mill street, opposite luu Poal Oltli,
JU. J. E. 8TH0SG,
128 Commercial Ave., Cairo, III.
VAI'Oll. KI.EJTRO-VAI'OH axu MKDICATKD
HAT I IS
a liniuiatcTfd dally,
A lady lu attendance.
R. W. C. JOCFLYN,
urrii R Birhta Streei. ner Come ertia: Ami.oi
R. E W. WniTLOCK,
Unoa No. IM Commercial Avenne, twtwien
Kgat'j and Nil. lb Htreeia
J-J E. INOE,
tHh Btroon between Com'l A. J-"1'
CHOKB BORINO A SPECIALTY
' ALU KINDS OF AMUNITION.
tttot BBlitd. AUKtaitietaten Mtili,
4 1 2
TVT " eH S
1 . o IN w rt
K 'C l-V Wo t Q
3 S'SsSl IN Si g H
WHAT THE WIRE BRINGS,
Temporary Insanity to be Phil
Trial of a Chicago Murderer-The
Week's Failures -Trader-Other
IUrhohmu no. Keutiwkv. Ma 11.
In I tin l'liil Thompson miniicr cii-i' the
prosecution tieanl t-lpht witnesses nml then
rented, with thlrly witneeaei In rpnerve for
the rlmtll. The defense opined ith
Jw.'k Chin's It'Nliinoiiv. Tln'lr Hi'fdiiil
Vfltnpd wn Mrs. Lo'uIhi' ltoth. nf St.
Clair u ho wh put on l lit- Maud IliU iiinrn-
INK. Jlohlmi;, of ( liicinuuli, iiiNr.l the
?iittlon ul tue'tiorapi'tt'ni')' of tli evlunife
ii r'anrd to the entnoric to whli'h tlm wit
ness wss ciilti'd to testify. Morton and
Owen nrritd Hint mich tettlmonv wan ir-
Movant. Hell ami oorrii-eH IihInIimI that
it wn f(niiict 'lit nnd slioiiltl be ailinittcd.
It wit also clearly foreshadowed that
temporary Inaanity would be plemled ix
one of the defenaes in the case. The do
fei ' will aUo inttke the inont of the fuct
thut on the mornin? on which the aliout
inif t ok place Iiuvlx himself wits armed
and apparentlv prepared to take the Initia
tive In all attack. The discussion over the
adiniaion of Mr. Itnth's evidence Listed
several hour. The principal of the iUck
handled w:m how lon ft lakes a niitn to
cooi off and ri'L'iiiu Ills nornntl late
sflcr be had eornniilled a men
tsl assault like thnt on Thompson. Ti e
defense emphatically denied thai there was
any such thinie as cooIIiik off In this case.
ooi liccs then argued that the door had
lieen opened wide lv the prosecution far
showing the state of Thompson's niiml at
the time of the killing liy admitting the
statement of their witness. Smith , as to
laiiiMiace used by Thompson after the
killing. The court, after listening to two
hours' (IlscuHsion Interfered and stopped
argument. .Iiiile Hardin said that
lie would only decide on the competency
of this kind of testimony. He would luue
to take the other mutter into considurstioa
In chariting the jurv. lie tdiuitted the
tesiimonv. The Commonwealth reserved
an objection, which was noted. Mrs.
ltoth va then called and examined.
The object of her testimony is to show
Thompson's mental conditio'--, at the time
of killing, as proved bv his words and
Mrs. Itoth'i tesiimonv was intended to
show the conduct of Pavls and Mrs.
Thompson at the hotel, all of which was
reported to Thompson. The Jury, which
hail betn exciiideii uurlnc the irtnimen.
waa rcculleil. Mis. ltoth testiiied that
Mrs. Thomjison came from the Burnett
Mouse to the M . lair with Miss Jessie
Huckner. She saw Mrs. Thompson and
Mr. lavis together at half past ten o'clock
at niKDt. iv itnevs took her to Miss llm k
ner's room. Mr. Koth said:' ".frs.
Thompson was too drunk to stand straight.
Mie stausered ana nearly roll several times.
I saw her Into Mis Hu'ckner's room and
left ber there. John Mutier, onr elevator
man, told mo, when I came up at half-past
nine o clock, that Mrs. I hompson and Mr.
Pavls had come up toeether. I asked him
where they were, and he said they were
then together in Mr. Iavi' room, No.
19." Mrs. ltoth tfstlticd to other facta that
happened on the same evening.
An liiMiranr Kmbeailer.
Nkw Tohk, Mav 11. Andrew J. Smith,
president of the Manhattan Eire Insurance
coiiin.mv. has been arrested mid held to
bail in the sum of 6,0s3, charged with per
jury in swearing to fuliu returns in the an
nual report or tne company tor io. to tne
ew 1 ork insurance department.
Insurance Superintendent McCall sweari
in the allidittlt that the unpaid loss
es ot tne company- art at ieat jij:t,
000, whereas t lie report savs thev are only
fcM.W. and that the other liabilities aggre
gate fi),0( 0, while thev are put at only
$12,000 by the company. Mr. McCall
swear that anotuer omcer oi tne com-
nanv. whose signature was also aftl.xed t
the repoit. has purloined $!9.143, and that
he altered the company a books, attempt
ing thereby to conceal the embezzle
PiTTSBtmiH, Pa., May 11. The coal
miner are making active preparations for
the coming interstate convention next
week. The reception committees from both
tbe Knights of Labor and the Amalgama
tion will co-operate with a similar commit
tee from the Miners' AaaociaUon to receive
delegate. One hundred delegates are ex
pected from the Pittsburg district, and
tne representation win pronaoiy reach two
nunureu anu nnv an toiu. ,
PlTTBBt'HO. May ll.- Kltchley'i box
factory, on Diamond street, was destroyed
uy nre tuis morning, i.oss tiz.nw: nar-
tlally covered by insurance. The opera-
house adjoining the factory was on lire,
but ihe flames were subdued before much
duniaL-e was done.
Hoitnr.NTow.w . .!., Mar 11. Th
Union Iron Forge, owned by McPberson
Wlllard A Co., bullied this morning. Los
f2ft,(Xio. A hundred men are thrown oul
Washington, May II. The Presldont
removed V. Irving Detty, collector of inter
nal revenue at llaltimore, and appointed
John 11. Kcllmau In his place. The change
was made upon ft report from the Sec, eta i v
of the Treasury that Dettv was physically
unable to perlorm tbe duties of the ntlice.fj
John Jay Knox, the comptroller, entered
upon h s temporary duties as acting com
missioner or imernai revenue io-tiav. ite
aavs Hint Deputy Commissioner lingers
will iriuully Lave hill charge of the busi
A Levoei Break. ,
Nkw ori.kanh, May 11. A report come
from Kenner, La., that the levee at Pat.
terson Place, four miles above, gave way
this morning. The crevasse is tlfty feet
wide and ten feet deep. A strong force
went from the tho Mississippi Valley Kail
road this morning to the break.
fiTNew York, on Thursday, lleiirv J
Marriott and Marie 1'ereu.x, arrested' for
the larceny of 475,0011 worth of diamond
from a Paris Jeweler, were married in
court. Marriott returned to jail and the
frtrl to her lodgings.
At Pierre, D. T.. on Thursday after
noon, City Marshal Price shot and' killed a
herder numud Thomas Thompson v bile at
teniptliighls nrrest for previously tiring on
Otto HnTkla, bis rival for tho affections of
& disreputable woman. .
Five thousand dollar' worth of gam
blliii apparatus was burned In Urn public. "
nuarein Nashville, Tenn., on Thursday
afternoon, by order of the Criminal Court. '
Five hundred gamblers left Nashville on
Recount of t1 law. making gambling a
Ad exchange lelli of two Iowa
Slrl who knew of a Supreme Court"
octslon In the amendment case
two whole dav before It whs an.
nouncod -and Dover told. A tho decision ,
bud iinllilng m no wttn i no nonnut or
tuandal, the Chicago Tribune dunles that
the Wat It a fair dim.
J ere I n ' Trial.
CliirAiio, III., Mayll. Tim (rial of .Tere
Dunn for the miirder of tlie pugilist Junies
Klllott was resumed In the criminal court
this mornliiK. Chas, White was the (irst
witness culled. He was a waiter In the
Tlovoli restaurant, where the tragedy oc
curred, and saw KHiott and I'litisled sitlliiK
at the table on the niglil of March 1, t. II loll
facing the door. The witness was In the
back room, but on hearing the shot nreii
turned round anil saw Klllott throw tip hi
hands. There was iinllilng In tl nn. Kl-
liott grabbed a chair and raised it so that it
struck the chandelier. Klllott then made
for the door. After the shooting he ran
out and did not see the struggle bet ween
the two men. J. II. Mice was in the llvo-
II rcstaili'Hiil on the HI of March last.
He had known .Piinn for three years
and had seen Klllott. The latter took sup
tier in the front room of the restaurant at
the south side of the idsle. He was silting;
about ten feet from the parliilun between
the front and back rooms at the east'nide of
the table. The witness saw I Hum eoine in
directly through the front room. His
hands were In tits (tout pockets, lie was
walking fast. He walked to the entrance:
of tbe rear room and at once drew bis re-'
velvet' and tired. Immediately he fired a
second shut and then drew back Into a pas
sage way with uplifted arms as t to guard
Bfainst it blow. Mice then saw I'.HIoit
viMiititir towai'tl Ilium with an uplifted
clinlr in his hand. Dunn then tired a third
shot. Elliott struck the chandelier with
tbe chair, dropped and grasped
hold of Dunn. At that time there was
nothing In Elliott's bands. The two men
then went out of siht behind tho partition
and the witness next saw Hiinn standing
over EHioll's dead body. The defense
propounded various iUt!silnns to Impeach
the witness.' testimony. During the testi
mony tWO witness;! lor the defense Were
discovered In the court-room and were
summarily ousted. It is learned that
Hardy, a juror suspected of being a sport
ing man, is a' respectable resident of the
i-ii v and eniragcit In business here. Mr.
Morrs, one of the counsel (or the defense,
states that he anticipates the trial will con
clude by Thursday next.
Five Executions in Four Different States
VThitk Pi.ux. N. Y., May 11. -A
strange and terrible scene was enacted In
the sitiare between the jail and the court
ouse this morning. There were a few
men standing about and a deputy sheriff
stood ready to operate the weight. A few
feet distant was an open coflin waiting to
receive th? body of Angelo Cornetil, tho
condemned Italian who murdered a fellow
convict named Cash while, they were both
serving terms In Sing Sing. Some of the
men who were permitted to witness the
hanging bad refused lo be present, as It.
was expected that tbe prisoner would keep
his word and "make trouble for the hang
man." A little after 7 o'clock a . deputy brought
word from Cornettl's cell that the guard
had had trouble with hi in all night. Ip to
Ills lust evening he bad believed the cruci
fix that he kept about his person would re
sult In his being saved, and he persistently
refused spiritual consolation. Kilt the sight
of the death-watch bad unnerved him, and
be wept, prayed and scolded In turn until
The procession appeared shortly before
7.30. A deputy sheriff had Coruettl by
each arm ami two other deputies pushed
him along as the men at the side pulbvi
h'un forward. Ills hands were clasped
over the little gold-mounted cruciAx. ant,
he lepeatodlr 1ert. "Cos fatl!",
"Cosa fati!" ( "What are you
doing!1''! He pulled - back as
his guards pti-iu'd, shrieking
and writhing like a lunatic until the scaf-
fold was reached.
lle protested up to the
tune the cup was
mid the deputies
slipped over his race,
did not let co of hi in
until the rotie
was adjusted. Cor
net 1 1 struggled violently for sometime
after the trap was sprung, and died
hard with strangulation, his neck not being
CtxciNNtTi. May 11. A Tmes Star
special from Jackson, Ohio says: John W.
Jackson was hanged at 1 o'clock this after
noon for tho murder of Samuel I.. Hull.
Jackson slept soundly from 9 o'clock till
half-past ft, and ate a heirty breakfast. He
khi very particular about tils clothing and
appearance. Ho saiil nothing on the scaf
fold, but made a confession to be published
after death. A large crowd was present.
The execution wa private, but the body
was exposed to view after death. The
hanging passed off w ithout any special In
cldent. HiiooKi.vv. X. V., May 11. The col
ored murderer. Alexander Jefferson, was
swung off to-day. still apparently Indiffer
ent to bis faie. He considered " his letter
that was latelv published set him all right
with the public. He aked the forgive
ness of all whom he bad wronged, and
said that he was beseeching tiod'a for
giveness, believing it would be granted to
a penitent sinner.
Camiikiimk, III.. Mavll. Sylvester K.
MacUnson was hanged here nt noon to-day
for murdering Mrs. Copcland in Kewanea
lat August. I'ii to latTluirst'H.vevenlng,
when Onvernor Hamilton's reply was re
ceived declining' the plea for pardon or
postponement, the condemned had been
JACKsxriiT, Ark.. May 11. At noon
to dav Jcrrv Hlalock was banged here for
murdering Thus. Itrandenberg, In lSxo.
lie protested that the shooting was In self,
defense, as Hriibdcuberg became angry
tvcaiise two woni' n in Ills employ associated
with the prisoners.
A l.entilne Duel, ,
CliiCAdo. May II. Two (ierman resl
dents. C. H. K. Mullcr, an undertaker,
and Win. Unshorn, brewer, both married
men had a duel with broadswords, at
ltrowiisvllle, a suburb of this city late
Thursday afliTilool), us Is alleged over the
affections of a maliieii. Six carriages con
taining the principals surgeons mid friend
proceeded lo the rendezvous, The under
taker of the challenging party, was cut
rather severely about the head and cried
. Tho Niar Rome Trlnl.
Wahiunutox, May II. Wilson contin
ued his address to the Jury In the star
route trial. He maintained that the routes
should not be regarded according to their
separate and lndtvldu.il value but rather a
parts of one vast and complicated and mu
tually dependent system. Men might
honestly hold different opinions on the sub
ject, but surely his client was Instilled
when he believed with General Sherman.
Secretary Tidier, Delegate Maglunls ami
other hlghotlicinl It was i ouckI.ou requir
ing statesmen to grnppli' with It.
Fnllurea of I he vVslt,
Nkw Yokk, May 11. -The business fall
tires throughout tlie country for the last
seven dav. ns reported to It. U. Him.t
Co., of the Mercantile Agency, number
toll, us compared with 152 last week. The
Western Slates had 4ft; Southern States Mi
"Middle States, iiftC New Kuglnnd Stiles 18;
pBolfloSlatosnndTcrrltorlo Dj New York
City 8, ami Canada ltt. Not tuanv nf, the
failures were of much Importance!
. -..1 . -. . I i
,;,' ; Henvjr Verdlrt. ';,..',;
' Nrw York, May 11, The second trial
of. the suit., brought by the Cits National
Bankmf New York, wiu concluded In the
Supremo court, the Jury flnd(ig verdict
for the plaintiff for W,4,S0. On (he first
trial the Jury disagreed. The suit -was
brought to recover a balance of an account
to the credit of tbe Dullat bank to the Park
OLD WORLD D0INQ3.
A Defiant InvincibleThirl j -Five Cliiitsmen
, Beheaded-Trial of Dynamiters. "
LoMiox. May II. (.hllders, Chancel
lor of the ElLcliPiUei', stated ill tile HollsO
of i'oniiiiHii, Thursday eteniug thid 1b'
govi'iiiniciii would ("Holder tim ing I lie
present year the iucstlon of perniiltlnt(
the glowing of tobacco in the I'liited king
dom. nil Kl).
Kewln Mozley, money '.linker at N'o. at
Lombard street, K. Iih f illed, I, la
bilities, f.Vii.iHSl, Molev (b all heavily in
Grand Trunk seeyriiies.
KI I.IK.K Kdll TIIK I KN INI'HV.
Hlght Hon. (ieorge ,1. Dod"Oii, chancel
lor of the Duchv of l.ancasler, Intro
diKK'd a bill in the llmise of Commons
yeslerdny by which tiie agricultural tenants
hall be entitled to reecho when their
tenancies exude a compensation from
"landlords for improvements they in.ty have
made to lands they ocuped This will be
the principal inuaaiim brrnt'.'tlt before the
.JUu during dm session. Ily tt I he land
lord' right of distress will be limited to a
i sum eiulvaleu1 to one .tear's rent.
' London, Mav II, In Bow street Police
Court lo-dav nil the dvnamlte conspiracy
prisoner. except O'Connor, ullas lialton
wnoiu iiih autnoriucs aiu uuaoie to con
nect with the others, were committed for
trial on it charge of treason and felony.
Lynch, alias Norman, the informer, was
committed on a charge of misdemeanor.
O'Connor was discharged, bill immediately
rearrested by the detectives from Liver
pool, where'he will be taken to-night.
On the arraignment of the prisoners the
policemen who arrested Cart In were called
to tbe witness stands and stated that the
prisoner, when he was apprehended, said
lie came from New York on February '2.
His address In that city ho gave as .Til East
Klftv-nintli street. The ortleers who ar
rested Dr. iiillai;her le-tliied to having
found in tlie prisoner's clothes orders for
admission to I lie llmise of Commons. Tlie
policeman also stated that although Carl In
when arrested denied all aciiialntanec with
the other prisoners, he was greeted bv
Whitehead when they were brought face
D' Ri.tv, Mav 11. Kdward O'Brien,
Thomas Doyle and Kdward McCaffrey, re
contlv Indicted for conspiracy to murder,
were 'arraigned this morning.' (j'lSrien and
Dovle pleaded guiliv, and McCaffrey
pleaded not guilty. McCaffrey, who was
subsequently indicted for the murder of
liurke, was' arraigned to plead to that
charge. He Mild that he was not guilty,
and asked that counsel be assigned him.
His trial was po-tponed until next week,
when a new panel will be called.
M f 1 .1. KTT ' t K V I NT K .
Drnt ix. May It. .Joseph Mullet!, who
was Thtirsdav Sentenced to penal servitude
for life for participating in an attempt to
murder Juror Field, exclaimed on leaving
the dock utter the sentence that he would
get justice elsewhere. "The Irish," he
said, "would get justice for him."
UK TIlHKAl KNKli A JI'ltY.
Di nt.i.v. Mav 11. Matthias Uraily has
been committed tor trial on a charge of
threatening the foreman of the Jury which
convicted his brother, Joe Brady.
ADMIT IKK TO BAIL.
r Kingston, llealy and (iibney, charged
with conspiracy to minder Poole, were ar
raigned and committed for trial, llealy
was admitted to bail In 100. Hall was re
fused In tbe case nf Uluney ami KinnUii.
RfiMK, May It. Archbishop Croko has
sent communication to Cardinal Jacobin!
maintaining that his conduct in relation to
tbe agitation in Ireland has lieen perfectly
regular, and that his object Is not to stimu
late ret o'.l. but to attain for the people
right and justice. The explanation of the
archbishop is not deemed satisfactory it the
fliANf.HAt, May II. Li Hung Chang has
been nominated to the chief command of
the southern provinces, it is doubtful
whether he will accept.
The disturbances lu Wit Chang have been
repressed. Thirty-live leader of the up
rising have been beheaded.
PaHPs, .Mav 11. The fact that Waddintf
ton will visit Berlin before he goes to Mos
cow, to attend the coronation of the Czar
has given rise to the report that his mission
Is to asiin' (iermany of the peaceful policy
Sr. I'r.i Kiisiu iiii, May II. There are
alreadv .Vi.nno troops and il.tssi ortleers
quartered In Mo-cow in anticipation of the
coronation ceremonies. Preparations nm
NkwYoiik, May 1 1 , Stocks opened Ir
regular, but the changes were only frac
tional, In ihe early dealings there was an
Improvement of to but subsequently
the iifarkct became dull and weak, and al
11 o'clock recorded a decline of SWIi,',
led by L. A N.. Central Puolllc and New
Jersey Central. Wheat unsettled audW
lower; fair speculative trading.
Neven Hundred Women I ocked Out,
Kin ursiiiu. N. Y., Mav II. A lock
out occurred at W. S. Kimball & Co. '
cigarette factory to-day, 700 female em
ployes Uoing refused work. The tlrm has
thrice refused to advance tlm 'jo per cent
demanded, an 1 fearing a strike refused to
give the employes vvurk When thev eel end
at the factory ill's morn'ng.
I'lille eimwl Nnlonn.'
I.iiciipoiti , N. V., May II. The excls
hoard, which was elected last month
on the leinpoianee ticket, met tn-d.iv mid
adiourned till Jure 4, without granting any
licenses. Notwithstanding all Ihe license's
have expired, the saloons remain open a
Clxi lxxATt. May ll.-lilngel ,v lll'l ilt'
wholesale dealers In hats, furs, straw
gn.id-, I.Vi pearl street, have ii-tlgned.
Liabilities, $.-,l).(K):); assets ifcj.'i.lsiu to
; Nflll Held.
Nk.w Yoiiii, Mjiv n. Man lot, tin- Pa
risian diamond thief, unsuccessfully at
tempted to old tin hia release through'
mean of a writ of habeas corpus to-day.'
The Apple Crop.
Lin t;rHT. N. Y.. May II. -The aphis
makes Its appearance In nearly till Ihe apple
milliards in .Niagara county, mid tlie farm
ers are considerably exercised about the
( oiilrHcl Lot.
Waaiiinoton, Mav II. The eontrae'
forthe iron vailing around the St. l.mils
t'listotu-lioiise wai awarded to the .Mtna
Iron Works, Qitlncy, 111.
WakiiiniiTon. May 11. The C't'tnp'
(roller of the currency has authorized its
First National Bank of Port Towiisent,
Washington Tomloiy, to begin business;
capital iSMi.OOO. , 1
It Is suld tbal (luring tuu la-l three or
four month over loo trills hav been (jrad
tiatcd Into wedded Hie from the treasury
depart ineul at WablnfUu.
PULITZER IN POSSESSION.
Compliment! to a Western Man Future)
Policy of the World.
Nkw Yiikk, May 11. -The following
announcement, under the beading "The
.New World. " was made lu to-day 's Issue
of the World:
" The entire World newspaper property
has been purchased by the undersigned,
and will from this day on bo under differ
ent management, different measures and
methods, different In purpose, policy and
principle, different in objects and Interests,
different in sympathies and convictions,
different, in head and heart.
"Performance is belter than promise.
Kxijbersut assurances are cheap. I niHke
none, I simply roler the public to the
World Itself, vvhleh henceforth shall be tho
daily evidence of Its own growing Improve
merit, with fnrfy-elght witnesses In Its
forty .eight coin liitu. There is room In the
great and growing ritv for a journal that is
not only cheap but bright, not only bright
hut large, not only large but truly Demo
cratic; dedicated to the raue of the people
rather than that of purse. poientstos; tie-,
voied more lo the news of the new than the
old World; that will expose all fraud and
sham, light all public evils and abuses;
that Will serve and b.ttlle for the people
wih earnest inceiity. In that cause and
for that end solely tins new World is hereby
enlisted and committed to the attention (it
the Intelligent public
sigued "Jmskpii PruiKH."
The Mar says; "The change in the man
a:oment of I be World newspaper, which
went Into effect IvcsierduT, inject fresh
biood and vigor vvlicre ihey were greatly
needed. Mr. Joseph PulllVer, who Is now
iu supreme command, bears with him the
prestige of a successful newspaper venture
m st, Louis, where wil liin a few years he
established an c vol lug paper and has made.
It a formidable rival of the older and well
established concern like the Itepublieail
and (ilobe-licinocrat. Mr. Pulitzer pro
poses lo make the World a vehicle for the
transmission of new dressed up in metro
politan style, and not as heretofore the
mere mouthpiece nf Jay Gould and his
slocK-jolililiig clique. In politics it will be
democratic in the full meaning of the word,
and not be continually seeking siranga
gods, as under the stupid management of
the late editor. The tield is a wide one and
conducted regardless of the vagaries of the
money kings in Wall street, and
in tlie interest . of the oppressed
masses. There is no reason why it
should not become a valuable auxiliary In
battling against tbe agencies which are sap
Ping the foundations of the government.
Nlr. Pulitzer will And that he has an up
hill work in overcoming the obloquy that
has been heaped upon tbe World because
of Its persistant catering to flimkeyisin and
stock jobbing, and in his laudable efforts to
place the paper on the high plane It occu
pied in 1MW, before It passed under the
control of the Jay Gould dynasty, of which
Mr. Iltirlburt was inch a pleasant tool, be
will have the eyinpatliy and support of the
Iieinociatle masses. "'
The Tribune ay: "Now that the World
lias ceased to be a free trade paper Mr.
Waiterson baa the Issue all to himself. He
will have to take hi coat off, give up hl
snmnier taeation and devote all his ener
gies to the task of keeping the thing alive,
or ho will have a corpse on his bunds before
the vear is out. ' '
An Opera Company In Trouble.
Chicago, May 11, Three of the nial"
member of the Catherine Lewi C'oini'
Opera Compauv. Messrs. Lennoif, Nash
an4 Kwkrls. failed to appear ut the per
formance Thursday night, giving as a
reason the non-payment of back salaries.
The management explain that, owing to
the extravaganco of Mr. Arfwedson, the
husband of Miss Lewis, whom she dis
missed In Sew York a few weeks ago, she
left Ihe metropolis hoavlly In debt, hut
had nearly sucueedod in wiping it out when
the present incident occurred. The per
formance proceeded with the aid of minor
members of the troupe.
MAY 11, 1883.
CATTLE Shipping erade low; ex
portlW 3"r30 60; good to choice shipping
(Hifotn SO; common to. fair 5 Wj Si.
HOGS Fairly iotlve, price easy and o(ri
lUc lower; light $T 00f37 10: mixed pack
ing $7 lou27 80; heavy packing and ship
ping 7 o.7B0. .
CATTLE Good to heavy taer f." DO.-a
il M; light to fair $4 BUfto 6ft; common to
medium native $4 60r3oi(0; fair to good
Colorado $lfa1 ftO; south vest $u 7ftra),'i; corn
fed Texan ft "ofSft Oft; common to good
stiM-ker !H4bu54 6o; fair to Kood feeders
4 7o'(Ki 7ft; common to choice native cow
and heifers $81)0(34 00; seallawags of an
kind WrriJI 80.
Kt K is Active and hlghor. Light to
good Yorker $7 20oS7 86; mixed to good
packing $7 10T 86; frood to extra butch
ers $7 W41 60; skips and culls d 50'i 70.
slIKEP (iood fat sheared $4(ft5; com
mon do dull at $3 8 85.
WHEAT May i112); June fl 13 V
Julv tt PHi; August fllOW.;
September $1 18; October -fl I0t; Novem
ber 1 IfiW h.; yor$l Ilk.
CO It N May 63V b.; June BV; July
ftTV; August 69; September oU'i b.;
year 61 V h.
OATS May 41Xb.; June 42 : .Fulv
ll'-rrf; AiiRiiat 84X ; year 32?.0i:in.
W1IKAT-Mny$l l.lb.; June tl lfth.;
.Iiilv 1t 18K; August $1 lO'i ; Septem
ber tl Kl V; October $1 nMi.jveartt i:t '
in i i.i t.
July 64i; August
; June W. bid;
ftTti.; vear ti hd.
o.T,-Max.43,b.i June 4:1V
July 41 ; August 83 bid; year 32.
' nkw vohk.
WHK.VT-May tl 2tW; June $1
COliN'-May 64V; Juno (US';
OATS-May 4R ; June 48 V;
Coanlry Proilao), r.l
lUITTF.It-Creamery at 2.k2H for choice
and fancy ' and occasionally a
shade more for gilt-edge pk'rs. Choice to
fancy dairy 23'iJ,24, to 2o for elootlons;
fair to good l.VrfiO; common ra)0. Near
by make ranges at U Wide, for common
to choice, latter for that showing grass
F.ggs Firm and demand Rood; salei of
current receipts at. 12e.
I.I VK POULTRY-Old chicken sold
steadv nt t3 '-'ftfii'M .VI for corks, $3 7'ir-f 2ft
for mixed, and $1 ftnfn4 7ft for hens,
Small siii lng chlckani dull and dragging at
Wal W), medium lxcd fnlr sale at t2ia3.
Bnd t lmlee to fancy large In brisk demand
at t4o6 60. Other poultry neglected.
LEAD L'uchanged, Sale; 160 on
rellned at t 12. Hard nominal at $4.
Country market tlrm; spot wheat
tead;-; No,, S sprliift 0 2d ! No. 8 spring
Hs 3d; Western winter fc Id; mixed
Western coin firm at 6tD4d, Demand
from I'nltvd Kingdom and Continent mod
erato for wheat and fair (or corn. Iteeelpt
wheat past week 604,000 veutaU, l wttlck
That Brown's I ron Bitters
will cure the worst case
Will insure a hearty appetite
and increased digestion.
Cures general debility, and
gives a new lease of life.
Dispels nervous depression
and low spirits.
Restores an exhausted nurs
ingmotherto full strength
and gives abundant sus
tenance for her child.
Strengthens the muscles and
ncrves.i nriches the blood.
Overcomes weakness, wake
fulness,. -md lack ofenergy
Keeps off alt chills, fevers,
. and other malarial poison.
Will infuse with new life
the weakest invalid.
3; .illrr St., Kliini'irc, Pr. 1M1.
, 1 r su yf ar I havr lieen great
. .llcrer (nun Uleod llise.ise, J'ys.
:.u ikliiuutcd Ih. a 1 iimld not retain
snylliiny: on my sieniadi, in (net,
life had Klniest lieroiiie a hiirtlcn.
Kmally, when lipc hud almost left
tne, inv Incband M...-ing Hkowk'S
lieiN J i t tints advvrtiscii in the
p.ipi'r. ietlnr.cd mi: toyive it a tn.d.
1 ,un ih'.h l.ihinu die Ihiid huitle
and have n. t f' It so well in MX
yco s I d . at die present time.
Mrs. L. 1'. GairriN.
1)rown's Ikon Bitters
will have a better tonic
effect upon any one who
needs "bracing up," than
anv medicine made.
Tbi elegant dressing
ii preferred by those
whohave uwdit, to any
umiur ankle, oa ao-
-ount of its superior
oleantinesa and purity.
It containa material
only tliat are beneficial
to the scalp and hair
Restores the Youthful Color to Grey or Faded Hair
Peer's H.iir Dals,tm is finely perfumed and is
warranted In prevenl frilling of the hair and to re
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KOo. b4 1 1 ifi., t riMlm In dmirt and mrdielnta,
A Superlative Health and Strength Rettortr.
If you are a merhanic or farmer, worn out with
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hold duties try Pakker's Ginger Tonic.
If you are a lawyer, minister or business man e
liousifd hy menial strain or aniiouscares, do not take
Luoxiuiingsuinulanls.butuse Parker's Ginger Tonic
If ymi havo CoiiMimption, Dyspepsia, Kheuma
Ism, Kidney Coinpbinis or any disotdrrof the lungs,
stomach, IxiweU, blood or nerves, Parkis's Gingbr
Tonic wiitcure you. It is the Greatest Blood Purifier
And tin Cest and Surest Cough Cure Cver Used.
If you nre wasting away from age, dissipation or
any diseav; or weakness and reipiire a stimulant take
GiNiiiR Tonic at cnte; it will invigorate and build
you up from the first dose hut will never intoxicate.
It has laved hundieds of lives; it may save your.
CAUTION '-Rtfi., ill l.a,rtltnl.i.Prk.r,,Olnr Toad! Ii
campowil of th ht rpoivdlil typtnU Id Um world, and liallrtly
dtrTfrvnt frmo pn-p-raiioniof ning-rnlon. find for drcalarl
HatoJ t Co., N. V. Me. I iiks, at dMlm la dnaji.
URCAT PAVING BUYING DOLLAR SIX.
ltsikh mid l.taung fi .prance has made tins
drligli ("! periume fucerdingly popular. There
la not hi ii ir like It. Inistunnn having Ftoais
ton LoLuotia and look lor signature of
mi twrf bottle. Any rfnieifM or dltr In wrfuiiwry
ctin iu'lf rna. y.'i nn 15 o-nt ((.
UltUK SA INd Ri;YIN.l T!te. 8I7X
mm .'v .V week tnmlr ill hnme hy Iha mil US
I!1 ' lirliius. Iti-el liueiiii!' now hofur I ho
1 iiliili-. tnpltnl mil iieedcft. We
f ly I " III i tart you. Men, women, hoys
hiiiI rl- wniili'd rverye he. n work
lr ii Niiwtth't tiioe.. Yon can
work in surie time m itlve your wholu tinio to the
lnleinr.ee. No "tliet lniltie..ia will pay you nearly
lis well. No nr.tii Hii full to mulie nnormou pay,
liy t imm!' in',' ul uik k. Cosily oinfltaiul tirms I'roe
Moi.ev niH'l" last, eiijly, anil honorably. Address
Till K iS(0., Anififlu, maine
FROriUKTOK OF SrROAT'8 l'ATENT
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