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M7 ofW a Powders are largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
eat been kept unchanged in all Its original
purity and strength. The best evidence ef
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
its Imving received the highttt testimoni
als from the most eminent chemists in (he
United States, who have analzed it, trot
its introduction to the present time. Ho
other powders show so good results by the
true test-the TEST OF THE OVEH.
IT IS i PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
STEELE & FRIGE,
Chicago, III, and Bt. Louli, Mo..
aaafcalar.rs f t.ylb Tm e a, Br. frkVs Bjntol
riarsvU. sUtra., aaa Dr. rrtw't C.lu l-irfM.
A Household Article for Vol rental
For foarlft and
Typhoid r ewer t,
Tat Ion, I'h'crated
I Sore Throat, Nmall
I Foe, Mravalea, aud
all Contagions Diseases. Persona wailing on
tlx Sik thiMjld uk it freely. Scarlet Kcver has
ever been known to ipmJ tvhcrc the Huid va
used. Yellow Fever has been cured with il after
black muilt had taken place, lit wurst
cases of Diphtheria yield to it.
Feered jnd Slrk IVr-
aon refreshed and
Ited Rorxa pravent-
ltd by bathing with
Impure Air made
banalcM and punned.
For Kore Throat it it a
For Krosted t'wt,
Chilblains, HI lea,
flufl White Complex
Ion secured by iu use.
Rhlp Fever prevented
To purify the Itreath,
Cleanse the Teeth,
it can't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
Wounda healed rapidly.
Aa Antidote fur Animal
or Vegetable I'otavni,
1 ucvl die IHuH during
our present affliction wiih
Scarlet lever with de
cided advantage. It ii
indikpem'lile to the sick
room. Was. K. Sand
VogD, Eyrie, Ala.
I A member of my tam
II y was uken with
' Small pint. I used the
I (luid ; the patient wat
not delirious, was not
pitied, and wat aliout
' the house again in three
j weeks, and no others
(had il.-I.W. Paast
' ihson, Philadelphia.
The physicians here
use Uarbvs Fluid very
successfully in the treat
ment of Diphtheria.
Tettr dried up.
tlrera ininfied and
Id canes of Death it
should be used about
the corpse it wili
prevent any unpleas
The eminent I'll sr.
i Blclan, J.MAKION
' KIMS, M. It., New
I York, says: " I am
I cnnvimcil I'rof Darbys
I'mphylaitic Fluid is a
I valuable disinfectant."
Vanderbllt University, Nashville, Tenn.
I testify to the most excellent qualitirs of 1W
Tarljyi Prophylactic Fluid. As a disinfectant and
detergent it it both theoretically and practically
superior to any preparation with which 1 am ac
quainted. N. 1'. Llptun, prof. Chemistry.
Darby Fluid Is Heroin mended by
lion. Ai.FXANiihn H. STRriiKHt, nf (rtnrgia
Rev. Chas. F. Dkbiss, D.D., Church of the
Strangers, N. Y.:
ios. I.iCunts, Columbia, Prof .University, S C.
lev. A. J. IIaitlk, Prof., Mcn-cr University j
Rev. G11.1. F. PiKKct, Ilishop M. K. Church,
IMIHIKNSAI1I.K TO KVKKV HOMK.
I'crfcctly ha nnicss. Used internally or
eiternally for Man or Hcast,
The Fluid has le ihorouijhly toted, and we
have abundant evidence that il has dune everything
here claimed. For fuller information grt of your
Druggist a pamphlet of tend to the proprietors,
.1. II. ZKILIN CO.,
Manufacturing Chemists, PHILADELPHIA.
PltOFEhSlONAL CA 1(1)3.
OFFICR-Wlih D. H. Cgaduc, City National
Q.KOKOE U. LEACU, N. D.
Physician and Surgoon.
Special attention paid to ths Homoopathlc treat
muntof surgical dlituanof, aud diatiaaos of womiD
UlBcu : on Uth atroflt, oppoiltu tlie Pott Onteo,
J!.. J. E. MTKONO,
128 Commercial Ave., Cairo, III.
VAPOtt, ELECTRO-VAl'OH and MSDICATKD
J A lady In altandauce.
)R. W. 0. JOCKLYN,
OmCB-Klghtk Btreet. near Comrsw.tal Avsnne
JJR. E. W. WUITLOCK,
Umoi-Mo, ISA Commercial Avnnns, hvtwttn
Kthth and Ninth Htraeta
JfEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
The Largest Variety Stock
. IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
" O. O. PAT1E11 to OO..
Oot.NlueUtnthltrsetl Pa it. A 111
CommsrclalATannaf VttllUa Ills
CAIRO IF) A II iY RIITt x ,wttm
READY FOR THE CROWN
An Explosion in the Wash
stand of the Czar's
The Grand Procession and the
Triumphal Entry into Moscow
-Other Important Foreign
Ill S.HI A.
London, May '.'I'. A illnpntrh from
Bwiiu i.aa ti,n ri'iinit, Mliicti ix not ct
coiiflniicd, conna to .SI . 1'i.lfii.liiiixn, liiat
JjreviiniH to tlm tlepiirtiin-nt of Hit KinpiTor
for M'M ow an exploxlmi M!;urr'il iiihIit
th sMti-Htttnl Mint In th (irri-plaif in hi
itresins;-ronm, but nobolv Injured,
the Kuiprrnr and Kmpies't lioliij; In Ilia
alulng-roum at the tim.
THK C.AK'S KNTRT,
Moscow, .May '..', Th wciuhi.r ti.
mornlna for (lie entrv Info Mnacotv of tho
Czar In Nplcnillil. 'I'hn wboln route, from
the reirofMiy pularc io iiiP Kremlin, ftnir
anil a hiilf mllen. U isrbwdfcl with peoplf.
At every point Ui imperial htiindardK an
nlNplNyed and the halvitnlca hanc with kiiIIv
colored matcrlftla and the Kurodm rolor'.
The only foreign fla allowed lo
be dlnplaycd are tho.o over
the -..various) f minium. Aloai
tb road which the proccialon tracn.i ti
are hundred Votiotlaii mastn, from wlili lt
lHiinrs are ilylnir. All the domes and
apireaof liujl.lui(f In the i-ltr are Ui't ked
vvitb fl;iKs, Thousand of peroi) ji.ie.l
the nlfcht out of doora aa they infill sm ui-(?
good placea to wltneas the pro-eHlon. Mul
titudes of othoni thronged the churt-hea
praTinjr; for the safety of the Emperor.
I HE C.AIt s I'M FORM.
Mom ow, May !.-The Kinperor wore
the uniform of a Oonnral and was mounted
on a aplfiulld charRer. He rode a little
lu ttdvauou of Iho four (ioneiala who Were
directly altendiutc him. lie muluulntid
a calm drmvauor, although bu often
amllod (rractouHlv lu rcspotiae to the wild
enthusiasm which greeted him at every
Mo -w, May 2J -The Oar left the
reii'offsky palace at noon aud reuehed the
Kremlin at l:ifi o'clock. There wan a
slight fall of rain during the march of the
procenalon, but otberwUe the affulr was a
complete succms. The cnthuilaum of the
pfople all along the route wn un
bounded. CJjeerupon cheer followed each other
incetantly from the deuaely packed mul
titude oo the atrceta, and from the tbou
aand of people In the balconies and win
flowi. The Emprean waa greeted with
every mark of enthusiasm and loyality.
Her daughter, the Orand Ducbcs
i'enla, threw klaaes to the
people. The mounted Orand
luks formed a very brilliant group. The
Aala'lc deputatlona were also maKhluwiitly
attired. The state carriage were nplen
dldly decorated and the whole effect wua
moat coi-Keoua. The entire route win
lined with troopa. At the moment the
oortege entered the citv a salute of seventv
one guna wa tired from the Taarakrla
place. The fiovernor-General retlved
the Emperor at the city boundary and
Joined the cortege with hi suite.
Tm-biiv, Mar A (uantltr of arma
and cartridges hai been discovered under
the brldsTR at Slliro,
AXOTIIKH MCKDKIl COXSriltACV.
Driiux, May 22. An Imiulrv Is pro
feeding Into the murder cuusplracy which
ha been uncart he I in county M;iyo. The
first clew to Its exUtence wait obtiiinerl fiom
a person arretted with Kuxplolous papers In
his possesion. He wn then releimod to
ad as a r-py In the Interest of the police. In
thU ciipitoity lie attended several meetings
of the conspirators, t which a number of
pcranii were named to he mutderert. The
assatslns were appointed by lot. In fur
llicrance of the poB cnucocted bv the con
spirators, two f:iniier were shot and
wounded. Six of the plotters nre arrested
and are tindergnlngexaniintilon
pAftis, May '.'2. -Cardinal I.avlgerle.
Arch-lilahon of A'Klers, has been
authorized bv the I'ope. to cull the attention
of the French tiovurnment to the difficulty
the. Tope ban been preventing a
tension between tho Vatican and
France from becoming an opon rupture,
and to show it how Impatiently enemies of
the Republic await sucn a result. The Onv-
rninunt made hii amiable reply to the
ASalK IIIST AUHHSTKIt.
I'ahih, May 22. The anarchist, Morphy,
havlrtt returned hero after being expulled,
was arrested. He had Intended to found
in anarchist Journal.
M litssrj B 'unloai.
NiAtuitA l Ai.1.8. .Mav 22. Tb reunion
of the Fifth Virginia Infiintrv and the
Twenty-elifhlli New York 'Volunteers
took place here to-day. The visit
ing regiments were escorted to Pros
pect park by members of tho . A.
K.. where the Virginia regiment was
welcomed, dipt, llunigardner, of Vir
ginia, presented to the Twenty-eighth
regiment a Hug which the Virgliiiana
captured from them during the rebellion.
The Southerners are In ecstacy over their
treatment. Tho wenther is verv cold,
rainy and uncomfortable for Ibo visitors.
They leave for home for home to-morrow,
Shenandoah, I'a., May 22. Another
cave-in occurred hi Haven l?un, on
the Lehigh Vullev Railroad, last
evening. Tho hole. la sixty
feet long and eighty feet wide, leaving
the ml I rum I ties bare. A freight
train bad Just passed over when ta break
occurred. Tralna were delayed all nlirht.
Hugh Murphy was fatally anil Hugh Ken
ney seriously Injured ,v the fall of the
lo.) cool at the Olraid mammoth colliery,
ul Uavou Hun Monday rveulug,
A Blontllraa Dual.
Mrw Oki.kann, May 22,-Davicl Todd
on of Justice (odd, of the Supreme court)
and Joseph Levusy, of the Mascot, fought
a duel this morning near the city. After
exchanging harmless shots at flftoon paces
both pintles declared themselves aatlstied.
The trouble grew out of articles
published In tho Mascot, reflet-Unit on
Todd 'a father.
4'blorafornied atnd Hobbed,
Boston, May 22. -Tho house of Alfred
Colo,' Hucktield Milage, Maine, was
entered last night. Mr. and Mil. Cole
were chloroformed and $rt,000 Id uuironuy
Dktroit, May 2.-The Ions at Hftra"
mond. Htatidlsh Co. 'a fire at midnight
Ii $4,000 on buildings and $0,000 on itouk:
At Henrietta, Texan, on Sunday, W'
C. Curtis, a wealthy cattle,
man, ihot and killed C. M. Murgeai,
Both drew their pistols butCurtli wai
quloker tbuu Burgesi, Curtis gavo him-
' "Wl r ...nt.nfiv I.U Astl H Jl NI
imjintnty y rAjncaimi mukjm.Mt. -MAY 2a. 1883 ; " '
Marital iDfellelty la ( bleaa:,
rntcAUO, May 22. 81d l,ntice, th
actor, who li representing Missouri'! moat
uistinijUisneii sou, ,)'sse .laites, in a the
aier her thin week, has tiled suit for di
vorce. Mrs, Francri deserted him last
yesr while he wai III. II n charges that
two years before she had acquired
Intemperate haDita, and while In Ilia Far
Wist formed an intimacy with another
Mrs. K.lla Weber contradict! the charge
of adultery made by the husband she de
aires to bounce in his croHe-bill, She can't
foylve or forget his stliiginesa. particular
ly as on one occasion when idio invited a
I'lergvman to d'nner. Dr. Weber slipped
lntit the dining-rooin, snatched the itt
tin kev off the table and locked It up. '
tnevcnilnif the divine from en)oyiu .
I'uiilliie Fuller asks a divorce from Isaac,
who s(unndered a farm on a liquid mesi
of pottage and then slaugcred out to the
(ioldcn iatc, leaving her lo stitch the
"Song of the Shirt" with a needle or elae
Emmu' Whciitcrofl was glvsn a legal
rclcHKH from Thomaa, who. doubting bcr
spunk, had inil ilircd in persnmtl violence,
tearlnif her child from her arma, and
bad also rioted in some thousands of ber
Alice Ormshee was given the privilege of
resuming ber maidcit name, aa it was
proven that her legal representative, a
commission man, indulged In Mormon
Itleusai.lrlcs without the pretense of golwj
through the "cletUIUlnu' proccii, ' - f-
Sr. Louis, May 22. At the meeting of
the Central Anti-Monopoly Club, of Ht.
Louis, last evening, encouraging report
were made us to a can vim now being untile,
of the city. Considerubli work has been
done in the Elchth Congressional District,
and a meeting to complete the organization
in that district will soon be called.
The secretary rad a letter from C. C.
Post, of Chlcao, provisional secretary of
the movement, staling that Nebraska was
organizing by countlci and congressional
districts; Mississippi, Indiana and Michi
gan had called state conventions; a district
conference was to be held at Little Itock;
K inuK and Iowa were thoroughly aroused,
California. Oregon and all the terri
tories except I'tah would be repre
sentee' at Chicago; and Ohio, Virginia,
West Virginia and Florida would send del
egalinns. A member suggested that since the club
was organized to wrestle with monopolies
it ought to adilros it self Mo local evils
the St. Louis (Ih Company, for Instance.
It win agreed to ask through the press
that ill lperitons favoring the anti-mono-poly
movement be requested at once to
forward their names to J. L. O. Hcnkle,
the secretary, No. 110 North .Sixth street.
The Southern Historical Society and th
Xaiivu.i.k, Tenn., May 22. -The Ten
iicsee soldiers' aoclation and such mem
bers of the Southern Hlitorical Society as
were in thi city met at the Stato ca'pitol
this inornliur. Hon. A.J. Caldwell Con-gres-mnn
elected from this district deliv
ered an address of welcome. A response
on behalf of the notorial Society was made
by Colonel H. I). Capena. llrief addresses
were also mai.e hv. James Smith, of Cilas
gnw, scothmd; Governor Bates. General
r rank Cheatham, Hon. V. M. Cockerell,
of Missouri; Colonel Riley, of Georgia;
Ma). C. W. Frazler, of Memphis, and Col.
John II. Savage. . Hon. Jefferson Davit
w as unable to be present on account of In
d sposiUnn. .The regular meetimr of the
Southern Historlal Society was postpvned
mull October. The city Is full of visitors
M the competetivc drill and theboteli ar
crowded. The weather Is still raw and
cloudy. The ceremoniei with an
addres- of welcome by Governor Batea at
the encampment, at ii' o'clock, the drill
at :i o'clock. Not less than 10,000 peoplo
are assembled. In the tnsup, the Law
rence (M.i.s.) Light Infantry got fint
place, the Crescents tnirtecnth. All the
companies entered have not vet arrived.
There w ill he about forty companies lu the
The drill protni-es to be one of the
grandest m htarv carnivals ever held In
the South. All the d'-eoratiuns blown
down I y the storm of Sunday have been
replaceu, and Nashville'i narrow stieeta
are gorgeously ornamented. They are
rapidly drying, and the prospects are favor
able for the grand street parade to-raorrow.
Among thedistlnL'ui.-hed visitors arc Trince
Atigustin lturhide of Mexico; Hon.
Blackburn, (inventor of Kentucky, and
taff; and Senator M. C. Butler, of South
Saratoua, May 22 The General Ai
sembly opened with prayer by Be v. Dr
Hrauns, of Buffalo. The Hermann, Penn.l
church case was Indefinitely postponed.
The appeal of Dr. W. McLean from the
stcubenvllle Presbytery uispendlnsr him
from the ministry for heresy was lutd aside
temporarily. Rev. Dr. George P. Baker
read the annual report of tho Board of
Homo Missions,. He aaid tbore was a great
field for work beyond the MlaaiMlppl
among the Indians. Mormons and Spanish
speaking people, and along the North
ern and Southern Paeilk Itallroadi
and In Alaska. The report stated (bat
1.3S7 missionaries are supported by the
board and IXi teachers by the Woman'!
Auxiliary Societies. The. report recom
mends the General Assembly to ask pastori
and rectors of churches to raise $tMH),00U
for the imperative wauls of the board for
the coming year. The receipt! lust vear
were rKW.iion. hev. Dr. Henry Kendall,
secretary of the Board of Home Miaslous,
followed iu a lengthy address, describing
the Held of labor and the work accom
plished and what now coiuronted the
board. The report adopted, after being
amended by striking out the recommend,
lion that 1'rosldcnt Arthur and the Secre
tary of tha Interior bo asked to establish a
civil government In Alaska and to grant M
to the schools established thoro by the
The report of tho Committee on Church
Polity was made thn second In order for
A telegram wai rend which wai as fol
low!: , , Xashvim.k, Mav 22,
1 othe Ooncral Assembly of the Presbytery
of tho Church, Saratoga:
The General Assembly of the Cumber
land Presbyterian church sends Christian
Brewing. It wishes nil peace nnd pros
perity. John Fhiz.km.,
, . Stated Clerk.
1 be following answer was sent:
, , Samatoua, May 22.
lo the General Assembly of the Cumber
land Presbyterian church, Nashville!
I no General Assembly of the Presbyte
rian church of the Cnlt'eil States of Amur
lea responds cordially to your Christian
greetings. See II Thcas.tlonlans, U,ie,17.
E. V. 11 atpikli),
..... . , Moderator.
UnfinlHhfld buslnesi: Amendmontato the
book of discipline was made to lecond
order edncsday afternoon.
BOUTHKHN rHKSBY i ihian.
Lrxinuton, Ky., Mav 22. -In the con
yeiition tbli morning the Committee on
Hllla and Overture! reported on varloui
bills. The discussion of the question of
amaiwllitt lh. ....... .1.. ..I... . .li. .1..
a " snoiaiiimioii loueuillK inn
education of ministers continued. A vote
" nun uvi iii majority report wai
adopted, dooming it unwise to make any
ChamreS. hmialla thn mAtl.lrAIUa atiAa,u
. .hv VIV.ITHiim RIIVHUJ
f"ji su nttiiiis sum vruain in ex-
3 I UUK5 AND BUSINESS. .' 1
What Jaj Gould Thinks of the Wester"
Union and the Business Outlook.
Xi'v oiKi. May 22. For leverul days
reports Lave b i current iu Wall Street
that Mr. .lay Gouts! had disposed of a largo
block of Wesieru l iilon Telegraph stock to
an hngllsb syndicate. A corintn color of
fact has been imparled to these reports by
cahle dispatches from London asking
f such a irunsactlon had taken place. The
Jnitiries may, however, have been inspired
by locul nianliuil.-ilori,, for that Is a device
to which Wall stioet operatora fre.iiently
resort. According to the reports, Mr.
Gould had mid anvwhero from Wi.ihto to
2x,(Ki0 shares and the prices mentioned
ranged fniiii ii."i to ") or from & to LI points
below l lie market. 'Ihe-e reports were
revived, aud Mr. (.mild whs asked if Hu nt
was any Usis iu fact for them. He replied :
"1 haven't anv slock for safe. " He wen!
on tosuy thht he had received a bid of mi
for a part of his holdings and rejected the
offer. " consider,
at the present price," be said, 4,th
cheapest stock on the list. If the worst
that the hears predict should happen, the
telejruph husinesa must go on.. People
will telegraph, if railroad earnings should
fall 'iff aud misfortune should overtake in
divlduals. Why. in spite of the dullness
they are complaining of In the street, the
Western I nlon, at its head olllees here, is
handling ii,m) messages moreadnv I bun it
handled a year ago." Mr. Gould 'said he
understood some Western I'nlon had been
bought for a foreign account in tho mar
ket, and he presumed the reports
organized from these purchases. That whs
the only basis he knew of for them. In
speaking of the market, Mr. Gould saidthat
the bean had everything their own way
for a long time, ami have doubtless made a
good deal of money, "But we are grow
ing babies ss fa-t as ever we did," he con
tinued. "The Immigration is enormous,
and the population Is nearer Hftv-five mil
lions than fifty-one. I think that before
tho end of the year a good many of these
people will make up their niinds'that many
of these stocks are cheap, and will buy
them In a in inner thai will ni.ikn t;ie bears
drop in two weeks all they made in two
Tbaf Ht. l.auU Murder.
St. Louis. May 22. This morning an
Inquest on the body of Stephen Hlncliev,
was held by the coroner. Joseph Hoff
man, who shot Hinchey, was present nnd
In the custody of h police officer. The
testimony of Looner, the only eye witness
to the shooting, was in substance the same
aa that statement of the case made hv him
to the reporters on the ntght of the kill
ing. One of the witnessed testified that a
few moment! after the ihot was fired he
aw Hoffman run down stairs. Hlncher'i
body lay at the foot of the itairs. and
Hoffman made hli escape by Jumping over
It at the lower landing. Hoffman will be
held to await the action of the assistant
prosecuting attorney, to whom the testi
mony will he submitted, unless thn grand
Jury, which is now in session, will drop tlm
hu-lness and examine the witness at once,
Hlncbey's condition and Hoffman's eal
ouy were the apparent causes that lead to
Frtvldle and the l.lly.
PHtt.ADKi.rniA. May '.'2. Mrs. Langtrv
arrived here Monday evening at (I o'clock'.
She drove immediately to the Hotel
llellcvue, nut, finding that the rooms she
previously occupied were engaged, she de
clined to accept any olheraptinmentsin the
house, and went to the Lafavette Hotel. She
had a ahort conversation with a reporter,
and expressed her pleasure at being again
In Philadelphia. She refused to (1Ihcus
.r.Gebhardt or hisaffalrwlth Mr.Sanford.
In fact, she showed a strong Inclination to
talk on any subject except matters theatri
cal. Mr. Gehhardt arrived here ar It
o'clock, and. bearing that Mrs. Langtrv
wan at the Lafayette, he al-o took rooms
there. He took supper w'lh the IhiIv. and
positively refused to talk with a rcp'oi tcr.
Grand Lodge of I. O. U. T.
"Citl' siio, M.iv 22. The Grand Lodge of
the World of the Independent Order of
Good Templars hegan Its 2l)lh unnual ses
sion In this citv this morning, but engaged
only In preliminary work, all the delegates
not' hav ing yet arrived. It Is estimated
that 170 delegates will be present to
represent various grand lodgei,
George B. Catensteln, of
California, Bight Worthv Grand Templar,
presided the forenoon se- in. The dele
gates announeo that the plan of action
w II be outlined for the guidanco of sub
ordinate lodges In making tho power of the
order felt as a political agency In securing
prohibit ionarj enactments in' several slates
of the I'nlon,
The New Commissioner of Inlernnl
New Yohk, May 22. The Tribune savs:
'The President deals In surprises. Mr.
Walter Kvans, of Kentucky, has heen
appointed Commissioner of Internal Kcv
enue. He is one of the men who was least
talked about for the place. Mr. Kvans is
comparatively young, and although he has
taken interest In politics nnd has aspired to
Congress and tho Governorship of his state
be has never before held ofllce, The new
commissioner was one of theCliK) at Chi
cago who voted for General Grant every
time. He won a medal there. He will
now have a chance to show that be de
lerves another by an able administration of
Ohio Knl&lite of Pylhlna.
CiMClXNAil, May 22. The Knights of
Pythias began tholr fourteenth annual sea
lion of the tiraiul Lodge of Ohio this morn
ing, tho (fraud Ch uicollor, ,1. F. Shumate,
presiding. Thn Past Ofiicer'a rank was
conferred on a large number of candidates,
Including some from Kentucky. Divisions
have arrived from Sanduskv. Delaware,
Cleveland, Tiflln. Mansfield. 'Marion, Co
lumhtis, Dayton, Toledo, Lancaster and
Klpley. Visitors are. also hero from Indi
anapolis. Detroit, Kokomo, Covington ami
Mavavllle. It U understood that a panuln
will bo given this afternoon, though tlm
streets aro in a most uncomfortable condi
tion. Newspaper Clmugesj.
Sr. Joskimi, Mo.. M.iv 22. It Is re
ported that Mayor John .. Kdwards, lute
of Srilaliii. is making nn effort to conned
himself with the Gazelle. He ha had
fi-ciiiciit Interviews with Mr. James N,
Barne-about the matte.', and spent Sun
day at Mr. Barnes' cnutiirv residence. It
is also suited that Ml!. Georue K. King, of
llinS.ituiilayDeinnei.il, mis secuivd inure
than a half Inteiv.- in the GaWie, and
will assume thr minuting editorship of
that paper mi June 1. other newspaper
changes are rumored.
Murdered her lilldien nnd folsoneil
YotTxnriowN, o., Mav 22. A Wll-llam-lield,
O., special i the Ncvvs-llegls-tersavs;
Mr. Ii. J. Mc.Mlllle, of Loir
donvllle, Ashtabula ciiiinly, while In a lit
of temporary iusanilv, drowned her two
children iu a well fm ty-ilvc feet deep and
then took poison herself. There la no
hope of her recovery. The children were
sgetl two and six years. The family had
lately moved from Garland, Warren 'conn
rioaed hy the Nherlff.
" Tounostown, ()., Mar 22.-The dry
goods house of Almon Delameter, of this
city, wan closed by tho sheriff to-dav on
Juiigementi entered by Delameter &'Co.,
of Meadvllle, Pi., for ifM.'OO; the Key
stone National Rauk, of Krle, Pa., fffl.oon;
and George Wallace Delameter, of Mead-
jojssi: total llabillllei, o,U0O
Bparta, III., .May M.-The teveri
winter deali a heavy blow to 'growing
whear, and Immediately following- tun
calamlly the Hessian fly took up the sad
refrain aud almost destroyed what re
mained. And now, in the midst of tbli
fine growing weather, comes Mister army
worm and deali the "unklndeat cut of
all." The fly in ill embryo itate ii en
closed by the outer covering of the stalk
and ii usually embedded to the number of
two to a dozen iround the second Joint. At
this point the stalk usually weakens ami
fulls to the ground before maturing, Tha
army worms operate on the aurfuoe, if rip
ping off the blades and sometimes cutting
off the wheat heads. They are very de
structive to meadows, oat. etc. Thoy
thrive best during cool, cloudy weather.
Wheat Is not fresh, many Ileitis are le.,
voloping Into cheat. The prospeot li in
deed gloomy. It is generally believed that
not more than one-fourth of an average
crop will be raised on the prairie lands.
Much of it has been plowod up, and much
that remains will not bo worth harvesting.
The timber anil bottom lands are much
better, and will probably yield one-balf of
WINTER IN MAY.
Trope Hilled by rroetv
Caskvvii.ik. ill., Mav 22.-The cold
wave has struck ( a-cyvlllc, and the devas
tation Is greater than thai of all the cyclouei
which hieve passed over the country com
bined. Acres upon acres Hi upon the
ground as if swept by fire, and those which .
were budding or In blossom are entirely
ruined, and will have to be replanted. Ow
ing to the lateness of the season only a
fourth of a crop can be expected.;. The
wheal which is In blossom Ii destroyed.
This li confined though to one yarletv' the
fulse. All garden, truck is damaged, and
in some cases entirely destroyed. Corn
wl'l not suffer to airy 'great extent. The
outlook Is certainly discouraging, and the
farmers this time sie not without cause for
Snow at tincloiitsti, .
Cincinnati, May 22. Snow on the
in a ii, jiay it. snow on tne bin
tops re: t iat night and lay on the roofs aud
trees to the denth of one and two Inches.
Many branches of treei were broken
down. Snow is still risible this
morning, but about all was gone
by ID o'clock, leaving no sign cl
blight on the leaves or fruit. The tem
perature here has risen to. It is still
cloudy. Barmun's show, hilled for yes
terday, to-day and to-morrow, Is corn-'
petled to abandon Its engagement on ao
wmut of waler on their grounds.
St. Lot-u, May 22. Dr. Eflgleman ha'
been keeping tables of the weather In St'
Louis since 1S,'BI. The lowest temporatur
recorded after May 20th, was 40 deg.i
and that occurred on Mav 22, 1888. Early
risen this morning looked from their
windows with surprise upon a frost-covered
landscape, not a suggestion of frost, but a
good, thick, whlto frost, that covered roofs
and fences, and lay upon the grass, almost
like a light snow, ttnlil the sun was well up
In the heavens, "
CutCAOo. May J. '.-The Chicago
Journai'i Dixon, 111.', special savs: lo
to the thickness of a halt inch formed las'
night, and the fruit prospect of this por
tion of the Slate are unmieitlonably In
Al.Ttiv, IU., May 22. A heavy frost fell
In this part of Illinois last night. Great
damage Is done to the fruit and growing
Imprisoned n the Lake.
Chicago, May 22. Two men wore lm
priaoned since Sniiday night on the crib at
the end of Fuller avent e, only a few hun
dred few from ahore, having sought shelter
there during the great itorra on the laki.
They were released this morn
ing by a life-saving crew after con
siderable exertion, (.rent crowds lined
tho ihore to wltnesi the rescue. The
men displayed evidence! of thulr
severe legc. but were otherwise un
injured. Lincoln I'erly Mform-Boaud.
Sanm-.-kv, Ohio, Mav 2J.-fiecretar
Lincoln and party, hound on a fishing ex
cursion to I'.Md-e Hand, are alorin-boun I
Hilled by an Officer.
Mim.krsiu'ro, Ky., May 22. -A ne
gro, Oscar Pollock, was ahot and killed
night before last by the marshal while re
NAY 22, 1883.
CATTLE Quiet and steady; export!
W lOrViXI 40; good to choloe shipping
$0 HOfrtU 10; common to fair $0 80ri& &o;
Texans i-Uaa 40.
HOGS-K dpts li.OH); quiet and prices
steady: light M Mrai 20; mixed packing
55oTs h,,,Ty Pttck,nfC nd ihlpplng.
f W(wi vt).
HOGS Market alow and eaiy, with
a fnlr aupply, but the demand Is
light. Light to good Yorkers $fl 00
raiiHl; rough to good mixed packing IH1 80
(Si lo good; butchers' to extra $7 160
7 40; skips aud culls $a 50rro 00.
W II KAT Weaker. clo-lng$l OflV June:
1112'. July; M2.Ti" August: 1 liO,
September; October; J I Otf', year.
COIfX I'lisellled ill flltV .In nr.. Ha L-
July; n August: bl( yeur.
ha is irregular at June; 41 (S
41 f July; Ho August; 3o't year.
WIIKAT I'lmeMlerl. elnslnir ut tl 10li
June; $1 HI1,' July; Id HW August; jl 14',
September; H l.Vt October ,f US year.
COUN Irreirtilai'! M 'ii Mav Ml .f,,nn.
M Jnlv; oft August; 47 Veur. '
OATS-Kirm: 42S' Mar: 42 i June:
WHKAT-Juno ti 20; July $t 21 V :
August $ 52V.
coitS-Juno (.' ; July 60V; August
OAT.S-.UUIC4-1,; July 411 h,( August
4 4 , ammmtmm I
Country t'rodnce, r.te. '
ST. I.OUI. 1 ' J '
BL'TTKH offerings In acceis of the de
m and, and market rtilt and easier.'.
Wo ipiote: Creatuerr at 2fMj;i for choloe
to fancy; seconds 2"i21. Dairy at lH'atlU
forcholceantl faner- fair to good tlkriie,
Near-by packed lu relvo offering and
doaddull; (iioie eornnion IV7 falrffrrflO,
and the best iMV.
LIVE l'Ol l.TKY -Dull and dragging,
as berries and vegetables are 10 plontl.'ul
and cheap: old chlekns were In liberal
supply and lower to sell; quote cocks,
SVtroKt 2A, mixed VI S7n and hens 4.
Good slxed spring nhlekeni are salable at
$4f'i, but medium sired and small are
over plenty and dull at fl8, as In size.
Nothing doing In other poultry. '
LEAn-Cnehaniesl. ' Last sale of Re
lined at J4 12H; hardM. ' .,,.,
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Country markeUra-h-r uulet. . Wealher
In England fine, spot wheat dull.; Western
corn dull and eat r at fh d.
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