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While other Baking Powder art largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
fas ieei irf unchanged in all its original
purity and etrength. The best evidence of
He safety and effectiveness is the fact of
its Luring received the highlit testimoni
ale from the meet eminent chemiete in the
United States, who have analyzed it, front
its introduction to the present time. Ma
other powders show so good results by its
true test the TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, IU., and St. Louis, Mo.,
Vlararlss lalracu, u4 lr. rrlM. CsiM faftBM.
ffcyrg for UyjH-ynlm,
C h ru d I IUr
Impurity of the
Illood, Fever and
and all Lrlseia
-rr s cauwd ty
rang emeut of Uvr, Uowela and Kidney.
8TMPTOMB OF A IIKEAKEI LITER.
Had llrcath; I'ain in die Stile. sometimes the
pain U felt under the Shiulder-ulade, mUlaken frir
Rheumatism; general lies of appetite; Bowel
generally costive, siinetime ilternafing with lai;
tie head U troubled with pam, is dull and heavy,
with considerable loss of memory, accompanied
with a painful sensation of leaving undone something
which ought to have been done; a iliRlit, dry cot'K"
and flushed face la sometimes an attendant, often
mistaken for consumption; the puuent oonplaina
of weariness and debility : nervoua, e-nily startled;
leet cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation
of tlx skin exists; spirits are low and despondent,
and, although tatuficu that exercise would be bene
6cial, yet one can hardly summon up fortiiude to
try it in fact, districts every remedy. Sercral
oflh above symptoms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred when but few of them canted, yet
t lamination after death hat thown the Liver to
bare been extensively deranged.
It ahoold bo used by all person, old aad
yonnf , whenever auy of tba above
Person Traveling or Living In rn
bealthy IxteaUUea, by taking a doe ocraaioo
ally to keep trie liver in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria, Iltllou attack, Dimness, Nau
sea, Drowsiness, Depression uf Spinu, etc. it
trill Invigorate like a glass of wine, but la do In
If You have eaten anything hard ot
digestion, or feel heavy after meals, or sleep
leu at night, take a dose and you will be relieved
Time and Doctors' Hill will be aaved
by always keeping the Itegulator
In the Home I
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
safe purgative, alterative and tonic can
never te out of place. The remedy is liarmleaa
and doea not interfere w 1th buainest or
IT IS ITRELT VF.fi ETA TU.K.
And has all the power and efficacy of l.'slomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects.
A CJovemor'a Testimony.
Simmons ljver Regulator has been in use in my
family for some time, and I am satisfied it is a
valuable addition tu the medical science.
. J. Gill SiioaTim, Governor of Ale.
Hon. Aleiantler II. Brct.lirtie, of Gsw,
says: Have derived some benefit from the use of
Simmons Liver Regulator, and wish to give it a
"The only Thing that never fall to
Relieve," I have used many remedies for Dys
pepsia, Liver Affection and debility, but never
nave found anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmons Liver Kegulator has. 1 sent fiom Min
nesota to fieorgia for it, and would send further fot
such a medicine, and would advue all who are sim
ilarly affected to give it a trial as it seems the only
thing that never fails to relieve
1'. M. Jannkv, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. W. Allison nays I From actual ex
perience In the use of Simmons Uver Reculator in
my practice 1 have been and am satisfied to use
sad prescribe It as a purgative medicine.
' Ja9Take only the Genuine, which always
hat on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. II. ZEILIN 4 CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUOGISTS.
Q.EOKQE II. LEA.C1I, M. I).
Phvsioisxn and Surgeon.
q,...i.i .ttmiitrtn nalil to the I loinoonittilc l runt
mi nt of surgical dWoasui, and dlsnaiua of vointm
1 -1. I .a -..
omw- Onfath itrt, opposite the Post Office.
U. J. 13. 8TU0N0,
128 Commercial Ave, Cairo, III.
VAPOR, BLJCOTRO-VAPOR ahu MEDICATKD
HAT I IS
A lady In attendance.
J)R. W. 0. JOCFLYN,
fjmcK-BlirUti Btreet, neat Comnrarelal Avno
R. E W. WHITLOCK,
Urnoi-No. IS Commercial
Keit'd and Ninth Btreou
Ml, . with.
lUBBBt A. SMItM.
ftrnrul Central Store.
"Tabor and capital ""
Jim Keene Says the Reports
'About Him are False.
Striking Laborers at Different
f . Pcinte-Notea From Wash
New Yohk, Slay ij. Unsslp is to the
affair 'Of Juan 'it. Khmiu, tlio Wall
street oporator, Int tuken tin- form of h
report that be had lnortL'inrort his Newport
property for $76,UW, and ttiiit lie hud nold
odb of lila best picture, a ntudv (if nhvp
bv Rosa LinnbHir, to Jav (Jould for 10, -000,
although the price ttiut b" puld fbr it
two y fare ago was imh). Air. Knene'
irttinds KtiKKfiited thut If he hud tnorlnairra
bit Newport property for $7!,AW be hail
done a K"0' m oke of btislninn, as be puld
only wu.uuu for It whtn there whm a
fine ootUiw upon it. TliU t'ottano
wa burned about a your aco. Mr. Keenu
dinud at pulutotiico't last evenlntr. About
ruf-n. Johu J'ondlr, llstcnlnp attentively
and aayiiiK littln, wa in front of Mr.
henne. Air. Kccne wn blundlv stlrrlmr
hi coffee when the report were mentioned
They are unfounded and niallcloUri
ttoitea," id be; "there U not an atom of
truth In them. It would h beneath my
dignity to characterize them and those
who originated them a they ought to be
characterized. Of course I sold one of my
vt as i tie price paid for it JIH.nw?"
'Yea: theitnrr that I tiaid $24. 000 for
It l not true. The cost was not mori- than
tlO.Of.O; less, indeed. One wnv iimi
another I have cleared fully I5.WW upon
the picture. But it I rather hard that a
man cannot tell a thing; that he ha to place
for without a llcenne from tbe rumor mon
ger." " tou till have a larire, ralkry of pic
ture, have you not?"
I have. v tnie we are on this subject 1
may a well aay that I have twenty-bye
more picturr that 1 wotiM dinpose of as
well a the Bonheur. I am willing to sell
because I am looking forward to tbe great
est flnitndal conuiliiion that ever shook
Wall street and tbe entire country, and I
expect to bur back picture or 'anvthli
else than half w hat I sold them for. When
I come back from Europe I tball not be
surprised to And thut tbe purchaser of the
uonoertr i semen out or hi holding and
will let me have It back for a good deal
lea than he paid for it. Tbe great liimn
cial convulsion, Ss iu mv opinion, not far
Pm fbi'Roh Mar 12. Tbe coal miners'
strike U yet In full Mast, but there are
rroundu for thinking that a solution i at
land. Some day since the secretary of
the Coal Mlners'Asnoclatlon filed a Det'ition
in tne protnonotary ' ottioe tor tbe ppoint
ment of a trade' tribunal, under the new
Wallace act for 'he settlement of labor
trouble by arbitration. A license
for the creation of the tribunal
ha been granted conditionally, the ope
nttors not bavtue yet accepted the tiroposl
tlou; but it Is understood thitt leading
operators are not unwilling to leave the
matter to arbitration and admit that If
dlMnteroiited and competent arbitrator be
selected, a fair and Impartial decb-lon
might be reached. On Monday the opera1
tor will meet to oontddnr the riisttnr,
Milwaukee, 'Vis., Mav 12. The man
iKcr of the Bay V lew Kolllni; Mills are
preparing to shut down June 1st. Thl I
their answer to the request of tbe men to
oe paiu every two weens, a it me ruie in
the Pittsburg mill. Over 1,200 men will
be thrown out of worK.
CHtCAfio. May Th'i cigar-makers
are Hteauiiy getting the iiest or tne sirlKe.
ana counuentiy assert that it will he prac
tically ended b'efore Monday by concession
Chicago. Mav 12. Tbe negotiation
betwueii the striking bricklayers and cm
Oliver hive been abruptly' ended on ac
count of the employer' attitude. It Is
expected that the cigar makers' strike will
end on Monday by concessions to ill the de
HI aed Marring-ea AKtimtlna; ('atkollea.
St. Loi ih, May 12. "Mixed Marri
ages" in the subject of a locturo In which
rather Meyer, President of the St.
l.ouls University, net forth the law
and the doctrine of the Roman
( atbollc Church prohibiting it mem
ber to marry out of the church.
There was a time, ho ald, when uch
marriage seemed les blameable, and
therefore less dangerous than at present.
The authority of tbe Pope wa
cited to show that the church condemn
such marriage on the ground that they
ire sacrilegious, that they cuusi dan
ger of perversion to the Roman Catholic
party, and that they are attended with
disastrous influence In tbe education of
the children. This subluot lis receiving
much attention from the clergy Just
now, and anumberof books and pamphlet
have been Issued recently warning
Roman Catholic against aucti
union. In Nome diocese the bishop
practically refuse to grunt dlsDcuttatlou for
The Tewhesbnrjr Neniidatl.
Bom ON. Mav 12. -In the Tewkesbury
bearlnn to-day Governor Butler introduced
a telegram from the superintendent of the
Soldier' Home, Augusta, Me., giving the
cost of provision at that Institution, which
hn claimed wa much less proportionately
than at Tewkesbury. Francis It. Uncords,
professional book-keeper, testified to tbo
loose system of keeping account at
Tew kesbury So far as he know there was
no evidence to show that the superintendent
nG received concession rrpm tradesmen.
The governor here announced that with the
exception of two or three book and one
witness ho had no further testimony to of
fer. HI excuse for protracting the hear
Ingwas that he doomed It tils duty to
preont accumulative testimony upon cer
tain point In view of the charge In public
print that be had proven nothing.
Nkw YOrtKi Mav 12. Another tneetlnir
ot the General l'Kssengnr Agent of the
railroads ln joint executive commission,
and representatives of the road west of
Chicago and SI. l.ouls, was held to-day,
Tbe subject of rate cutting In San Francisco
by igcnti of the Eastern line and the ap-
S ointment of an arbitrator to settle the
Ifferences were discussed at length. Tbe
lotion taken was not announced. It la ex-
Seeted tbo question of establishing new
Ifferential fare points will be settled before
the meeting to-day. Adjourned.
Died on hi Engine.
Pan. 111., May l'J. Edson Finch, ono
of the oldest pimsonirnr engineers on the
Ohio and Mississippi Railway, and for ten
year a resiueuioi mi city, uiea itiacinniv
on his eoglno at 8 o'clock tbi morning, as
hi train was approaching Virginia, III,
jie leave i wire, son ami qugntwr.
Nbwcastlk, Del., May 12. Nine cul
prit were whipped at tbe post till morn
jng for varlotuoneiiie.
CAIRO. tLLINOIP, SUNDAY
Declaloa la tli jTsnalhal A At. J ex)
RaJIrvaei 4 sue).
JicrFKrmox Cur, Mav 12. The deeUloii
of Judge McCrary In the Hannibal and 8t.
Joe bond case wa rendered hv il'idgu Kre
kel, of the United Status District Court
of Missouri, yesterday afternoon.
Tbe finding of the court i that
tbe Hannibal k St. Joseph railroad
company ttund Indebted to the slate on t lie
nth or May in me sum or .Mim.ib'i, wun
Interest thereon at 3 per cent, tint 11 paid;
also, that tbe fees of the master In chan
cery (i.oOO) be assessed against the com
pany, one-half to be delimited therefrom
on lis making nnai seitieiriem wun i lie
state. The opinion sustains the report of
the master In chancery, gcnerully, modify
ing It, however, to the extent of
eaiicing tne amount reported a nun on
the 1st of January last to .HTO.Uio, which
amount the court holds to lie uio
sum required. In addition to the t.'l.oou.-
000 paid by the company in June, 1HM, to
entitle the company to a release or me
title's lien, and to hold the state, hirmlcs
from all Indebtedness, dun or owing by
aid company to the state, and all liabilities
Incurred by reason of the si a to having is-.
sued its bonds and loaned them of the
ontDHiiv hh a loan of the credit of the state.
Under tills decision the state I held for the
$1),0O0 interest duo on the bonds lust
January, mid the Jim.OiN) due thereon the
first of July next, aggregating two hun
dred and seventy thousand dollars,
which must come out of tbo four hundred
and seventy-six thousand and forty-nine
dollai. Tbi will leave tbe Stain Kut a
little over two hundred and six thousand
dollar wherewith to meet the interest fall
ing due on the Hannibal and St. Joe bond
alter the first of July next Tbe point made
bv counsel for the state, that the State had
no authority to use the money received
from the company Ut rude m the State'
own bond so long i there wa nuey
enough for that purpose In the Slate'
sinking fund, wa sustained by the court.
The decision is entirely unsatisfactory to
the complainants, and not entirely satisfac
tory to tbe state. An appeal to trie su
preme Court of tbe Untied States will prob
A WIFE'S INFIDELITY.
$10,000 Wanted bj a Broken-Hearted
NwTonit, May 12. Robert L. Fla
herty, who I engaged n a salesman at
Herring Safe Warehouse, 2.1 Broadway,
ha begun proceedings in the Supremo
Court Bgalnst Joseph U. Slayter, to recover
$10,000 damages for tbe alienalnn of hi
wife' affection. Judge Donahue granted
an order for Slayter'i arrest and he wa
apprehended bv a deputy sheriff, and in
default of fo.OOO ball wa committed to
Jail. Flaherty i thirty-seven year of age
and a native of Nova Scotia. Ill wife, who
is about the inme age, wa born in New
foundland. They were married at St.
Johns. N. B., lune 9, 1870.
Mrs. Flaherty I a very handsome woman,
posscfctltitr many accomplishments and en
gaging manners. Over a yeai ago thov
came to this cltv and took lodgings with
Mrs. Slayter, at tbe Vienna dais, F.ast
Seveutiuntb street. Joseph R. . Slayter
lived with bis mother in the same bouse.
HI attention to Mr. Flaherty oon be
came marked, and the appeared to be
more pleased with him than with her hut
band, but he did not think she had been
anvthlnir moie than Indiscreet. He remon
strated with her, and ihe promised
amendments. He deemed It best to take
ber from the boue, and they procured
other apartment. IMr. Flaherty soon after
assured her husband that young Slavter
bad rone to South Amerloa
The husband suspicions . were
lulled to leep and harmony once more
prevailed. I.ast April they moved
to J'et Seventy Fourth street.
Nothing bappcued to arouse sus
picion until last Sunday, when the husband
heard that Slayter was still living with hi
mother iu the cltv, und had frequently had
meetings with his wife. Tbe evidence of
her unfaithfulness wa unquestionable.
The strangest thing about the storv Is that
Flaherty's informant wa no other than
Slayter s mother, who had become so di
gutted at ber son's disgraceful and immoral
conduct that she decided to stop It at all haz
ard. It appear that Slayter brought Mm.
Flaherty to his mother'' house on several
occasion after she had left It with her hus
band. Mrs. Slayter wa highly Indignant
at this, for she frequently remonstrated
with ber son and Mr. Flaherty,
but without avail. At length the
disclosed the fact to the unsus
pecting husband. Slavter i about twentv-
two years old. He Is einployed as a clerk
iu a liroadway store. Flaherty ha also
begun proceedings for a divorce, from hi
wife. They have onochild, a girl of tlx
A Millionaire Nulcidee.
Ci.kvki.axi, O., May 12. Amasa
Stone, (.'leveland's richest man, hot him
self through the heart yesterday afternoon
on account of (lrspcpslu and' insomnia,
brought on by a life lived only for tbe
amassing of great wealth. He bogtn his
money-making career a nn extensive
bridge builder, building many of the rail
road bridges of the Northwest. He got
bold of a big block of Western Union Tel
erraph Company stock when it wa almost
worthies. Ihe war developed the West
ern Union, uud the investment, of course,
proved to be an Ideal bonanza, and culmi
nated In making Mr. Stone a many million
aire, and by far the most wealthy man In
( level ind, and probably In Ohio. Mr.
Stone's relations with the Western Union
Telegraph Company were not closer tlnn
those of any other stockholder until
iwi, when Jay Gould took him into the
directory, lie was a direclor at the time
of hi death, and was worth $8,000,000.
The Ohio Liquor Law.
Cincinnati, May 12. A petition hi
been lllud by some twenty-rlve dealers to
enjoin the County Auditor from placing on
Ihe lax duplicate. Assessor' returns of sa
loon for taxation under the provisions of
what Is known as the Scott law. The
matter came before Judge l'ock, of the
Suporlor Court, who directed that notice
be given the County Solicitor. The court
will not act uiitll argument I heard. Tbo
Assessor' return of saloons are nearly
complete. They show about 2,600 laxabl'o
saloons In tbe eouniy, with an aggregate lax
of nearly .-)00,0u0.
The Hill Investigation.
Wakhinoton, May 12. Tlio secretary
of the Treasury has received letter from
Mr. Munch, requesting a sutipcena duces
Iteeum be Issued to Supervising Architect
Hill to produce certain papers which he
say were not produced In response to hi
demand, llilfsays he hits furnished all tbe
document called for by Munch except 2;
one of theso I not In existence; he know
nothing at all about the other. Secretary
Fnlger said hn would not aot In the matter
until he could ascertain exactly what pa
per were needed an what hearing tney
bud upon tho Invejtlgatlon.
Off for Fnrope. .
Nkw Yohk, Mav 12. Nine steamer left
port thl morning for Kngland. Among
their passenger are Senator MePlmron.
Theodora Tllton, Mis Kmlly Faithful and
Mis Kale 1'attlson, who dm been Mr,
l.nngtry'i leading support. Over eighty
vessels wore held In Lower Quarantine and
other near anchorage yesterday on ac
count of the storm.
Mrmphii, Tenn., May IS. The Jury li
the case of Adbtt II. and James Proudflt.
on trial to the Criminal Court since Monday
for killing Alex. W'lmbort last January,
this morning returned a verdict of 'aot
MORNIM, MAY 18. TO.
Interesting Evidence in
Tf ARUuDsncRriH. Kv.. May 13. The
trial of I'hil. II. Thompson for ihe killing
of Ibivis was resumed this morning. When
court opened, tbo Judge decided that in the
testimony or .John Thompson, the witness
on the Ktatwl. the statement made to him
by Mr. I'hil. Thompson, concerning mat
ter prior to the 1 raged v. wero not compe
tent evidence and could not be ailiiiitloil.
The court further ruled that the witness,
John U. Tliomnson. nilulit testify as io
what Inform' tlon be gave bl brother Phil.
about the rclat'oti nf Mr. Thompson and
Davis. To this rulmit the commonwealth
objected. The Jury, which bad retired
during the argument, whs recalled. The
witness then slated that his
brother' wife was thirty-five years
old and lbtvis twenty-eight year
old. Mr. I'hil Thompson and Davis, Ihe
witness swore, were often in a besotted
condition, during the past two years, and
in tnatite tney rrequentiy urove tnrotign
the public streets, . The cross-examination
was much protracted, with the view of
breaking down the defense, a outlined by
D. W. V uorhees, of the terrible agitation
of Phil Thompson Just before tho 'Killing.
Amoyg other thlnirs, tbe fact was brought
out that l'blt Thompson, after he made tbe
speech in court, surrendering himself up,
afterward wrote It out In full detail for a
reporter, and that In tbi shape It was
telegraphed all over the country.
The testimony nf James Sehtilyer. of tho
Glbvou House, that Oavl stopper! (here
November '20, was taken. John Rvan, a
porter at the Hurnett House, testified that
Phil Thompaon, on the 21th of April, top
ped at the Rurnett House. Ills baggnire
has been here all day. He took him to bis
room after midnight. He walked the h ill
tlllS. He didn't turn the bed cover down
that nlzht. He had his clothes on. hat and
all. when be called the next morning.
This is evidence to tbe state of Thomp
son's niti'd. Mis Jessie Buekner was
called, people flocked to tho court-room,
crowdiii'; It. Ml Buekner arrived and
the testimony Is already rested. Three
women In deep mourning arrived. They
were Mrs. pnvis, tbe newly-made wldnw,
with ber mother and sister. The young
widow buried ber face in her hundkervhief .
She sat in silence,- Mis Kuekner said she
told lai he must not give Mrs.
Thompson liquor. If he did he would take
his life In hi hand, for cousin Phil should
hear of it.
he Trial of Elllolfa Nlayer.
CnifAoo, Mar Pi. The trial of Jere
Putin, for tbe murder of the pugilist. Kl
llott. was resumed chi morning. Michael
C. McDonald wa cross-examined and de
clared be taw revolver in Elliott' pocket
n hour before the shooting. E. S. Stow
ell, aloon keeper. Ill Madison street, tea
tided that tbe week preceding the tragedy
Elliott Visited the witness' saloon anil said
he wa hunting for Dunn, Jime Mead
saw Elliott in Clavton' place om lime
before tbe shootine. Ho wa leaning
against the bar hi left hand In hi pocket,
and when a man entered from
tbe outside door he drew a revolver.
Witness afterwards found Dunn and in
formed him Elliott wa looking for him.
Dunn replied that he knew it, and they
walked away to avoid him. Tbe tame wit
ness also asserted that he had a conversa
tion with "Appetite Bill" Latigdou after
the shooting. The latter declared the af
fair had ruinen the business of tbe Tlvoll
restaurant, and be proposed to "down"
Dunn. Walter Williams, Thomas Newman
ami (ieorire Hoffman testified to Elliott'
having been in Clayton' place looking for
Dunn and uttering threats that be would
shoot the latter on sight.
At the conclusion of the testimony of
these witnesses the court adjourned till
The Clerical Ncamlnl.
Bmiomivhton, III., May 12. A letter
signed "Zettle" was produced In the
slander trial, yesterday, to show that the
real father of Zettle Robinson's baby I
Teddy Frank, now dead, Rtid not the
ex-ltev. H. O. Hoffman. It 1 Anted
Holden, and will probably vindicate the
Elslntlff. Shesav: "1 can't bleme the
abv on Mr. It. lie never offered to
touch me while I wis there. I will Jle
before 1 give you up. I am afraid to try lo
put It on him. You said he I a preacher
and folks would believe It on blm If I said
he tlid it. I wish we bad the fiioney, but
don't want to try to put It on him, I
would sav. If dving, that Hoffmitn never
did anything to me. It Is your baby, Oh.
don't iisk me to sav it Is not your; It will
kill me Oh. Teddy, I feel o, 1 can't
write any more to-day. I love you better
than I do my life. For fiod' sake, don't
go back on me."
WasiiisiiTun, Mav 12. Tbe statement
of tbe United Mates Treasurer shows gold,
silver and United States note in Treasury
(iold coin ami bullion $191,0M,N):.
Silver dollars anil bullion IK, 814, 2:17
Fractional silver coin 2H,17I,4.V)
U. S. Notes 40,478,-IHo
NltllnaT Hull ami hi Hand.
Stamin t,,K Aukncy. Dak., May
12. Sitting Hull and hi band arrived here
Thursday from Fort Randall. They num
ber, all told, 147. Four died on the way.
and one was horn. The old chief bilked
peace nn hi arrival, and said hereafter be
ileslred to engage unmolested In fanning
pursuits, (fall, Crow, King end ot hers of
his old hostile llenteii.i were not effusive
In their reception of the warrior.
Nehedule of AsislHiiiiieiii.
Nkw Yokk, May 12. The schedule in
the assignment of l.ouls Klseii-tcln
A Co., tiled to-day, show liabilities
iA,.1IH; nominal assets $lfnl,7or; actual as
SHKNAnikiah, Pa., May 12. Hv the full
of coal at Indian Uldge colliery to
dnv, Michael O'Neil was fatally and
.liilin MeCormlck and John Fallon severely
VAii!Nmix, D. C, Mav 12. A new
counterfeit W gold coin has ' made lis ap
pearance, it purport to tin coin of the
led States struck at New Oilcans iu
1S4.I, I heavily plated
uud forty. nine ami
oiiu-hulf grain light.
VtcKAHt'Ro, Mis,, Mnv 12,. -Henry
Bevel (colored), was haiigod at Lake
Providence, La., yesterday, for tho murder
of Henry Hyatns, white.
New Nnllonal Dauki
Waiiiinoton, D. C., .Mav 12. -Tim
Exchange National Bank, Denton. Tex.,
with a capital of V0,000, Is authorized to
The Lowell Cltliion Clime to the conclu
sion that ex-Senator 'labor I man of
Judgment, because he will build s new
house rather than go through tho house
cleaning wffk the old one.
W . II. Pillow, of Jacksonville. Fltt.,
has shipped Rl),20ti quarts of trawberrle
tbi leason, which seem 1 good many, but
I les by nearly 1,000 quart IbM he
hlppiu list tear.
nui.au . "
Londox, May 12. It 1 understood that
tba foreign nftlc ha received new, to tbe
effect that Cbinalntends toopposstha plan
of France in regard to Ihe establishment of
a French protectorate In lonqtun.
Lift Kit A I. DI8IATIH K ACTION .
It Is stated that a large proportion of the
abstentions nn the part of tbe liberal mem
tiers from voting during the recent division
in the commons hu been deliberate, anil
there I growing Indisposition among
Nome liberal to support the government.
T .on turn, May 12. The International
Fisheries Exhibition wa to-day opened
with great eclat by the Prince of Wale.
The ceremonies on the occasion were In ac
cordance with li he programme heretofore
in nou need. The Prince of Wale, ex
pressed regret at the unavoidable absence
of the Queim, and conveyed the thanks of
Her Majesty to all countries participating
In the display, and to their representative
for their untiring exertion In the
work of insuring tbo success of the exhibi
tion. SUNMINU Jt THK SKSSION.
I.ondov, May 12. The Times, In sum
mlni! up the result up to the present time
of tbe session of Parliament, says that it
cannot be denied that during tbe last three
month the situation ha become distinctly
worse. Tho triumphs of the ministry have
lieen eclipsed bv the confused detail of it
later policy anil It followers have lost the
hnblt of discipline. The action of the
Cabinet Itself somehow fulls to convey the
impression of unity and directness of pur
pose which can alone Insure victory.
MA9AK8 FOR iUlY. ,
I.tvBRroorj, Mar 12.-Th . Ir4hfrssp4e
here have arranged for tbe saying of masses,
Monday, for tbe repose of the soul of Joe
liradv, who Is to be hanged at Dublin on
Dt'Hi.iN'. Mav li. The man Kinsella,
who made a voluntary confession to the po
lice that I e was concerned in the murder of
Lord Leitrlm, was again arraigned to-day.
Hi Ktnry is not believed, a it I thought
be Is a lunatic. Tbe Judge was about lo
discharge Klniulla when the latter uld he
wa afraid he would be shot If he wa
released. He wa therefore remanded to
London, My 12. -The Pall Mall Ga
nolle says: Trie Japanese Government
has proposed to China that they establish
a Joint protectorate over Corea. China,
however, i not Inclined to accept the
BKKi.lf,'May 12. The Assistant Sccre"
tary in lb Royal Library, ha been con
vlcled of the charge of distributing aeditiou
writings and sentenced to six month' Im
Bomk, Mav 12. Archbishop Croke has
promised the Po e ho will In future con
form to the altitude of Caidinal MuCabe
with regard to Irish affair.
A Brother' Itevotiou.
F'hankkokt, Ky., May 12. Governor
Blackburn has pa'rdoued James Suemare,
sent In 1H80 from Clay county for s1-. years
for murder. Mizemare' nrotnor u.cu tue
other day, and on hi deathbed made a
confession of having inurderud the man
whom his brother .lame wa convicted of
killing; and It has transpired that on ac
count of the real murderer having a large
family James Slxejusre suffered tlie prose
cut Uh to convict lit in without making an
effort to establish hi Innocence. The
proof nf tbi state of affair wa made to
the satisfaction of tbe Governor, who at
once issued a pardon as before men
tioned. Tobacco li n us an '.
PKTKrtflHritii, Vs., May 12. tntelll
fence from different section's nf Virginia to
the effect that great damage I being done
the young tobacc , plunt by the tobacco
fly, and In many IiisIhiicu the farmers have
bad all the plants destroyed. The plantar
are much discouraged.
May 12. I8.1.
CATTLE Filrlv Active and firm; expor
$6 f'lvafl 00; good to choice shipping
f,-) 8.Vtfo" 10.
HOGS-Slow and weak and 5O10o low
er; light $0 00W7 40; mixed packing $7 00
7 40; heavy packing and shipping $7 4VJ
CATTLE flood to heavy steers W 00O
A. 10; light to fair $4 0)W5H6; common to
medium native $4&0fM2f; fair to good
Colorado $i5 50; south west $3 75fvo; oorn
fed Texan $4 "ftCdj US ; common to good
stockers H 40to4 OA; fair to good feeder
$1 "Mdb 7fi; common to choice native cows
and heifer $3WJfat90; scullawag of my
kind f!ir3 6u.
HoUS-Steadv ' and quiet. Light to
good Yorker 20o7 80: mixed to good
packing $7 2irS 4i; good to extra butch
ers $7 40ri7 00; skips and cull $fl ft0raU.
SIIKEP-Good fat sheared !4it3; com
mon do dull at $:W 3 ?;.
WHEAT Higher closing t Jl ti Jun8
$1 Ill's :Julv1i 17 Hi August f! 14 V; year
COIIN-Hlgher. fi2's May; 6a b.; Jun"
5irrr.Vi; Jul V.
O.VTS-Hlgher; 43,h. May; 44 ' June;
WIIEAT-Hlgber;clolng 1 I4s; June
$1 17: July fl 17'i; August; $1 12 year.
CollN -Higher fit) Vb.; June MS ;July
IV'S ! August ft2' year.
OATS -Firmer; 42' b. June; 42 July ;
WHEAT May l 22 WW'.'; June 11 2W;
July U Wa' ; August 1 2tl'sr' ; Septem
ber tl 27 H.
(DUN -Mav f!V, : June O-'i'sMS) July
07's ; Angut (18'trtffifi.
Country I'rodnea, Cie.
nriTF.lt -Stock of choice fresh slock not
so large, but loners seeinml displeased to
hold off, In anticlpsllon of easier prices.
We quote: Creamery at SIMM" for choice
and fancy ami occasionally a
shade more for gill -edge pk-:. Choice to
fancy dairy 2.T221, lo 2o for selections;
fair to good I.Va'2ti; common fWIO. Nrnr
liv make ranges at 7oi'c for common
to IWi l.'i for fair to choice yellow.
KG is-Firmer, and demand good for
fresh at I'.",.
LIVE POULTIIY-Heavy receipt of old
chickens for Saturday ml as the demand I
always very light on this day, the market
was dull, but the small sales it unchanged
rales. Cocks, (.1 2Vrl 2ft, $.1 7drdt 2A
for mixed, and H M'ftfJ 7A for ben.
Small spring chickens dull and dragging at
frlMI AO, medium slxed fair sale at $2f8,
ml choice to fancy large Iu brisk demand
at jfim-fi Mb Other noultry ueglectcd.
LI'Al'-Quletind unchanged. Refined
4 12'.; Iiard4. .
W heal irrlved (inner; corn arrived, unH
changed; wheal ind corn to rrlv firmer. ;
Mirk Line-W'beit ind mm itesnlv,
Country markets Or nil spot wheat
dullt No. 2 spring 9 ltd; No. 8 spring
0 8d; Western winter 0s Id; mixed
Western corn drtn el 6lMd. Demand
from United Kingdom ami Continent mod
wsl lot r Is f-T'r for opril.
That Brown's Iron 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
ing mother to full strength
and gives abundant sus
tenance for her child.
Strengthens the muscles and
ncrves.cnrichcs the blood.
i Overcomes weakness, wake
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, Keeps off all chills, fevers,
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! Will infuse with new life
I the .weakest invalid.
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I' or (is yean 1 have bten a ereat
sufferer from Worn! iMjee-e. llyt.
c ps i a , s nd Cf in 1 1 i MtluiLaml bees nis
so d 'bilitanal tli.it ltuld not retain
anyiliing on my stomach, in fact,
life hail aimntt liccamt a burden,
finally, when hepa had almnst left
me, my luulund seeing Bkown s
I in is IIitthks advertised in th
p.iper, initiiced me tugive It a trial,
1 ,uii now t.ikin the third tKittle
ami have not felt so well in six
y(ti as I du at tlit present time.
.Mi s. L. V. liRirr IN.
Brown's Iron Bitters
will have a better tonic
effect upon any one who
needs "bracing up," than
any medicine made.
LLjJ?OIH central r. r.
Shortpst, and Quickest Route
St. Jx)iiis and Chicago.
'I ho Onlv J-jine Kunninfi;
9 DAILY TRAIN8
Making Dikeot Connkotion
raaiNS List C'aiho:
. :UT h m. Mnil,
ArrlvluK la . Louis :4R a.m.: t'blcaro, 0:80 p.m.;
Ceuiiuci g at Odin ind Kfllngham for Clncln
nail, I. isvtllu, Indianapolis sod point Bast.
11:1 i K.in. St. liouia and Western
4 K x vi'hi.
j rrivlnu in Ml. Koala 7:05 p. m., ind counseling
for all point West.
'.1 5() t.m. V'ltet Kxpreiui.
F ir HI. Louie and t'hlt'SKo, arriving at St. Lout
tU:op m,, and I'btraito ?:4i a m
.1 3 ) p in. Clnoinnut I rCiprM.
Arriving al Clncluliati 7:UI a.m.; Louiavlll :M
a.m.; ludiauauoli 4:U5 a.m. raaseDgcr by
this train rach tho ibovo point 1 3 to 3tJ
HUl'riS lu advitnc ol any other route.
Th!l;.Vi p. m. eiprns ha Pl!l.HI4!
sl.hKIMNti t'AK Cairo to Clnclnnstl, wltho'it
hangi'S, snil ihronh slurperi to St. Lonl and
Fant 'finio East.
I'llcuoiMr-in'u h ,h, llnegothrungh to Rsst.
I flfl.il II in mn points wlihoiit aujt delsy
caused hv Kunrlay Intervening. Th Ssturdsy after
noon Iralu from Cairo nrrtvs In new York Jioudsjr
nnrniug at lii;:tA, Tlilrt sU hours In sdvsncsnf
nv oilier mn tn.
If For ihrouuh tlrksts anil further informatloa,
ipplrat Itlluol Ci'iitral Kallrnsd Oopol, Cairo.
.). H. jONKH.Ttr.kut Aft-enl.
i.D HANSON. Oim Pans, A(nl. L'blcsro
AKU1VAL AND DKHAU'lUBE OK MAILS.
R p. m.
as. sn .
4 p. re.
I. ('. It, R. (i I rough lurk mall). Sam.
, " " ..ll:0m
, (way mall) .! S S so p.m.
(Hoiiiiii'rn llv,..,,..A p m. I
iron sioiiiiiain H. K S:HD.m.
naiiann n, n Ill p, m.
Texas A Ml. I.onls . K p. at.
tt. l,ouiAC.iroIt. II . m:
OhtoHlver i K" m.
Miss l.lver arrives Wed , hat, A Man. -
" (li'irts Wrd., Kn. A Bon.
P. sun. dnl. op nfrom 7:80 em to 7:10 pre
P.O. hot dl. oiien from., .....,6a. m. totp m.
Hiimlsis guc. (In;, open front.,, (a. to, to 111 a.m.
Ru mis vs hnx dyi, open from.-'.;.iam. to 1(1:90 am
UrNOrit -Chng wlll e published frosa
tlnix to tlm In city papurs. Chance your card ac
cordingly. WM, at. MUKl'HV, P. M.
PBOPRIETOn OF BPKUAT'H PATENT
Wholesale Dealer In loo,-.
ICS BT THS CAR LOAD OR TON.WIU "
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: OaURO, ILL1II0I9.