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A Hontehold ArUol for Universal
For feyttUt and
Tjrphold Fa vera,
Sore Throat, Small
Poi, Meaitlei, anil
U Contagiou DUe. Ptnotu waiting on
111 Sick thuuld u It freely. Scarlet Invar ha
twnr been known to spread when tht Huid wa
d. Yellow Fever ha been cured with It after
black vomit had taken place. Tba wont
of Diphtheria yield to It,
Favored and Sick Per
riTTINO of Small
A mirmbfr of my fam
ily wm taken with)
Small pox. I tued the
Fluid ; tht patient vai
not delirious, wai not
pitted, and wit about
the hunt again In three
week, and no other
had It, -J. W. Pa
ton . refrethed and
lied Horn prevent
ed by bathing with
Impure A Ir made
hartaleu and ptirliiid.
For Sore Throat it it a
for Froated Feet,
Bolt White Complex'
Ion iccured by ru use.
Ship Fever prevented.
To purify the Hroavlh,
Cleanrte the Teeth,
it can't b turpaued.
Catarrh relieved and
Ilurn relieved iaitaotly.
Wound healed rapidly.
Hon rry cured.
An Antidote for Animal
or Vegetable Poitoni,
! tued the Fluid during
our present affliction with
Scarlet Fever with de
cided advantage. It U
indiapenaMiic to the tick
room. WV F. Sand
roo, Eyrie, Ala.
Th phrtidan here
MM Uarbvt Fluid very
tuccenfuliy In the treat
ment of Diphtheria.
Tetter dried up.
t nnlera prevented.
I'loera purified and
hould be Died almit
the corptc It will
prevent any unplea
Th eminent Thy
rilM-4, At it., New
York, ay: "I am
convinced Prof Darby
Prophylactic Fluid it a
VknHairt.llt ITnl.raU. f
1 tettifv to the ntott excellent qualitie of Prof
Darby Prophylactic Fluid. At a diainfecunt and
octcrgeol it it both theoretically and practically
upenor to any preparation with which I am at
quainted N. T. LurTOM, Prof. Cbem.my.
Darby Fluid in Recommended by
Hoa. Alixnui H. Sti-hki, of Georgia
Rev. fH. F. DaaMS, D.D., Church of the
Stranger, N. V.;
io. I.iCohti, Columbia Prof.,Univtrity,S.C.
lev. A. J. Haiti., Prof, Merrer University;
Kev. Oao. Jf. Piaata, Buhoy M . E. Church.
IMJIHI KNSAnLK TO KVHUIT HOMK,
Perfectly harmlcu. t'ted internally or
externally for Man or Ueatt.
The Fluid ha been thurouchly tetted, and w
have abundant evidence that it lus done everything .
here claimed. . F t fuller Information get iA y jur
Druggiu a pamphlet or tend to the proprietor,
J. lit Ztll.I.V & CO.,
Manufacture Chemist, PH1LADKI.PHIA.
PUOFKSHJO.NAL CAHD3. '
D. RAY LEY,
OrPiCE-Wlth B. U. Candte, City National
Q.EOKGE II. LKAX'H, M. D.
Physician' and Surgeon.
Upuclal attention paid to tba llomeot'hlc tro.it
m'Dt oruri(lcal diaie, and dineatet of wom-iii
Ufflc: on Ula rlroet, oppoalla the Pud O.li
JjU. J. E. STRONG,
128 Commercial Ave , Cairo, 111.
VAPOU, ELB0TKOVAP0H and MKDICATKD
idmlnlnturcd dally. , .
' " A lady In atteodanco.
? CONSULTATION FREE.
j)R. W. C. JOCK LYN,
R. B. W. WH1TL0CK,
Jk . .
Dontal Surgoon. '
Omul No. IU Commercial Avenue, between
Xlkt i and Nluth 8trU
EW YORK 8TORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK OITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1KR Ac CO..
Cor. Nineteenth Itreat Pairi Til
Commrcia!ATnnf LalIU 111
las. , txrTu.
IUB(RT A. CttlTa,
Grand Central Store.
DRY GOODS, 1
CAIRO. - ILL.
- Off ICIAL DIKKCTOEY.
Mayor N.B, Thlntlewood. ''
Traaaurer T. J. Kurth. ' '
Clerk Dennla.J, Foley.
Counselor Wm. B. Gilbert.
Marthal L. H. Meyers,
Attorney William Hendricks.
BOARD 01 AtAIWIIM
rirst Ward Wm. McHalo. T. M. Klmbronga.
Bocond Ward-Jesse Hinkle, C. N. Unghes.
Third Ward D. F, Blake, John Wood,
Fourth Ward-Charles 0. Patler, Adolpb 8wo-
b nfih Ward-T. W. Halliday, Xrnsil B. Pattlt,
Cltcult JndRo-D. J.Uaker,
ClrenltClerk-A. U. Irrln.
' Connty Judge-J. II. Hoblnaon.
County Clerk-H.J. Humm.
, Coonty Attorney J M . Dsmron.
; Coonty Treaanrer MUee W.Parker.
I Mhtiritf-Johu Hodges.
Coroner H.Fltsgerald. '
J County Commissioners T. W. Ualllday, 3, II.
Mulcahsv and Pater au v .
TRADE AND LABOR,
Merchants Asians a Reduction
Vo icl Lest on 'Lake Michigan
ICriminal Affair Etrilcara
Nkw Yohk, Msy S.I. Ifi fiiiKr-nlnilvfii of
tb" tlrf rnodr. Iniijc III Dili. a:il v mill .1 tirl
clticn iii tin- KhM anil Vfi m ivttt-l to
day l.eforo llin Kuilroitd (oiiiinUBioii dining
bfi to ktipiMirt I lie rhiluift iiiBile In t lift r
pHltlon to I ho otiiiiili(in. In which It 1
alalcd I hat Hid rxiMiiit; lnsiriutloti of
domestic dry (fl ill III Wtalflll-lxnilld
trsfliu itl trunk. Iiiii-h Ih unjust. injtirloiiM to
liunliir and hhoiikl lip chan (ml . In mii
port of llicsw itiarcs it war. ti rrt-cl Hint liin
cIhhk of tlrv koikI.i uitiiikt wliicli lb 1 pi cn
Hit clar.aillc.iit ion heul'a inuht bcavllv ttl'f
mainly colloii tiundi at the cmrwr mill
cbfMir kooiIm, anil U U especially for that
claxK of 111rrchMiKii.se. the re-clusKiliniiion
wn rijkcil. The rut? chiiiuea for tiniir.poi
tntlon", It was urKfiil.WHsnot l-i tiroprn-iitin to
the rofct of tianoportatlon, anil out nf ir.-
Foi tliin to the value of tun Rood car-rial,
t wan also HHtcd tbul these nmttrrr were
flint hroii;hl to the attention nf I hi; Kvn ii
(u ( onuniltee of the trunk lines hiiiI Hie
attenilnn of Vic-presiilt!iit Klancharrl. of
the Krie IJ illrnad, hikI a petition war. pre
f!Uled to Kink, olne(l f.y nearly alt the
rcprehei titit-s of llic larjie colton mills of
Maine. New Hanipphlrc, MusHucliiiHctu,
iilineclic.iil. Jthode IsUud. New York tin j
I'eiiiinvlvjiiia, and iicarlvall the represent
ative dry food niwchunU of New York,
Boston, rhlladelphia, Bnltiiuuru, t til.
csiro, St. I -on i a and nihcr prominent
citle. In this petition it was
represented that the classification of this
kind. i( iiieicbiiiidii! was iaistd during the
war, heeanse the eoods heutme so valuahle
as to warrant It, tnut cheetinitii wnb from
00 to duHnK the war nell from Hi to
VU per hale now, that these kooUs at lirst
clasn me now aulijuct to a higher rulative
charee on their alue than any other textile
fabric and are out of all proportion
to staples of the grocery trade. The exc
cutive committee on the trunk lines. It
was contended, met this petition with
an absolute refusal. t'pon what
prlnelples the companies lme
established Ibelr clasifjcatlons and sched
ules, the dry eoods representatives wers
unable to understand. Tool Commissioner
Albert Kink replied that it is necessttry to
charge hiijher rates on certain articles in
order that grain and other food products
can be carried at a rate enabling fanners to
ship to lb east and to Europe. This din
crimination Is for the benefit of trade in
general, and the dry goods trade share in
the benefits. Individual consumer of do.
mestic dry goods would benefit so little by
the reduction of freight rates on that class
of goods Ibift tbe difference In cost would
be Ksppreciable. while the redaction
would not booefil tbe trade by caus
ing an Increased deuiand for I heir
goods. Silks and tbu higher class..
of dry goods bear such relatively famuli
proportion In bulk and weight to the
amount of di v goods of lower classes
hipped thnt ft would be necessary to
charge very high rates on them to make up
for the reduction on tbe latter. The dis
crimination must exist he argued, between
several classes of articles, and the rales on
these classes cannot be established on a ba
sis of the cost of service. After further
discussion of tbe subject tbe commission
adjourned to June l.'l.
Great Progress in their Missionary Work
.araiooa, May 23. A prayer meet
ing was held by the (ieneral rr'esbyterlan
Assembly for one hour for the home and
foreign missions, led by Rev. Dr. Her
rlck Johnson. The sdverse report of the
committee on the change of the
time of tbe week of prayer was
adopted and the matter referred to the
Evangelical Alliance. The forty-sixth
aunual report of the board of foreign mis
sions, pamphlet of 170 pnges, was read,
The receipts from all sources, Including
last vears balance, were VW.-'1T; ex
penditures, litfj; balance against the
board of JlS.Oxtf, notwithstanding tbe
gratifying Increase In receipts. The en
couraging fact was stated that
this year's income represents
i.-JfiJ churches, the largest number
ever reported, and still greater liberality
on the part of the Woman's Hoards, The
board bus in charge of 15U American and
92 native ordained missionaries, besides 133
native licentiates: lay missionaries 31 mule
and 2tf famule Americans, and2& natives
of both sexes. In the mission schools are
21,T)8 pupils. The reports from the mission
stations were all encoDi'MiMiuc. Tbe report
speaking of the Indian in Ion declared that
th eirreatest hindrance wits the corruptions
and lrHiids perpetrated upon the red men
by the agents of the I'nltcd States Uovcrn
rucnt. It called for efforts arousiug the
national conscience to this great wrong. It
also calls for the raising of $700,000 during
this year. Kev. M. II. Vincent nominated
as successor In the board to Hon. W. E,
Dodge, deceased. The report was ac
cepted, and thA assembly was addressed by
Rov. David Irving, corresponding seereta
ty. Elder tdwrd Wells, of tbu West
Chester rresbytitry.said that tbe amount ex
pended In the past year by the rresbyterl
an church in ten tribes confided to
Its care was lass than one
third the salary paid lo the President
of the New York Life Insurance, Compnny.
It does tend to awaken a dis
crimination in the Indians' minds between
the soldiers of the cross and the hordes who
rob the Indians nflhnlr land and class tliem
to be exterminate?? along with the buffalo
and the grizzly bear.
The) Mlakliitf Judge.
ST. LoVl", May 211. -Tho Investigation!
serve to Intensify the mystery that stir
roti uds the ansence of Judge Chester II,
Krttm. While the published Interview
with members of bis family convey the
notion that the family know of his whore
abouts, it Is well understood among their
Ultimata friends that they are as much In
the dark as any, and would hall almost any
news as a relief from what has become an
almost unbearable suspense. To a gen
tleman of this city Judge John M. Krum
laid that he had not the sllghtests clew to
his ion's whereabouts, and ha wsi
driven to tho conclusion that he wai
cither doad or had gone, out of- the
Judge Krttm was traced In New York
tbreo wcoks ugo last Thursday.
Some gentlemen (friends nml admlren of
Cbet. Krum) were talking this forenoon,
and none could bring themselvei to b.ollove
that he had got doubled up on poker and
had fled. ''This was not Cbet. Krum'a
trie," one laid; "It would be mote like
him to make a clean breast." .
Ciiicaoo, May 2H. Investigation here
develops the fact that Chester H. Krum,
tbe missing St. Louis Judge, registered In
the Palmer House on the Mb of April and
was here two Uayi. If he has been a guess
In the house tluco, aa reported, It Is Ml
(1AIK0. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 24, 1883, , ...
A Woiuaa Arrested lor Theft.
BctXKViLi.K, ' III., May 23. Sheriff
Jones dispatched from Benton to Marshal
Williams this morning to arrest a cortaln
woman soon to arrive on tuo traiu from
that place, and that she was siisaected of -'
having stolen $100. Tho marshal was at
Ihe depot when tho Cairo Short Line train
rolled in at 9 o'oldck and promptly
arrested Ihe wornun answering the
sheriff's description. Khe appeared nei
ther surprised nor exclled. and said
nothing until seated In the omnibus.
Then a k'eiitleiii tnly-lookln mail sp-'
priisched the vehicle and explained that
Hie prisoner was a Mrs. Hamilton, a re
kpecialilu lady of Botilon, who was unhap
pily married. Here Mrs. Hamillon spoke
up soil said IliaUhe had asked for money,
ami her bustiund told her her she could oh
ly tret It by Inking It.
The Marshal conducted ber lo Squire
Oiallriiors, add shortly afterward another
leleiri ain came Instructing him 'lo bold her
at all hazard. ' '
rotrtiiiKkKCHiK, Mav 211. Two voting
farm hand-, ,ihn Munn and John' Wil
liams, have been arrested fur slonlng
irainson tin; New York and Hudson Kiver
Railroad. The practice has been kept up
for over a yeur. and mnnv persons have
been seriously iiijuied. tieo. 1). Hull, st
prominent business man of (bis city, Is one
of Ihe sufferers, and is still confined to his
room. A few nlithts ago the fast nlgbt
mall train was stoned near Tlvoll, anil
Smith Sherman, a postal car. clerk, bad his
hip fractured by a cobblestone which
crashed through ttia window,
On Saturday the fast mail was again
stoned near here, and a stono weighing a
pound broke the window of a mail car.
The slono fell Inside ihe car, and Ihe flying
glass cut the mall agent's face badly. An
hour later the nlgbi express from New
York w hlle parsing tbe same place was also
stoned. Soon after two freight trains were
stoned, the stones smashing the windowa
of tht: caboose and rolling inside the car.
Two Nrhovuers) Lost.
Cinrscn, May 23. A bottle wis found
on the be h at ihe foot of Twenty-seventh
street here Ibis morning which contained a
postal card on which was written "May
20, schooner Seagull gone down this
in'ornlns off Chicago. I inn in a spar; send
belli. James Donahue. Mate." The Sea
gull as a three-masted schooner of 201
tons htirtiic n, and was owned in Oswego.
In addition to the lake disaster already
recounted, It Is cow deemed certain that
the twn-m.i.ted schooner, Antares, which
should have arrived at this port last Satur
day, wa lost in tbe torm on Sunday. Her
crew consisted of ( apt. Wadman, bis three
sons. John. Jacob and Wallace, aged 24, 28
and 15 respectively, and a young Swede by
the name of Charles Anderson.
An Apparatus for Killing Kren Without
NkwYokk, May s:i.-Mr. H. B. Sher
idan, the patentee of some twenty electrl
cal in arli 1 1 ics and Ihe electrician of the
Shtiridan Klectrical Company, has applied
for a patent lor what he tvriiian Improved
devb-e for executing criminals condemned
to death, lie accompanied hts applica
tion by sn asiKnmni transferring to the
Oiiveiiiniciit the right to use his invention.
He also intends to give It lo all foreign
government that may desire It. Tbe Pat
ent oillco returned tb'e assignment, to him,
saying that it bad no power to receive
it, and telling him tu neck out
the proper authority. Mr. Sheridan's
device ts a method of causing instanta
neous dcat!i without pain to the criminal
and without disfiguring bis body. It con
sists of an ordinary anu-cbalr, with legs
containing some substance which will Insu
late the body of tbe chair from the floor.
Tbu arms end In two brass knobs, on
w hich the hands of tbe criminal will rest.
The chair has a foot-rest on which Is fitted
a brass plate. The back of the chair ts as
high .is a man's shoulders. At the top it a
small knob w ith a hole for a peg. The pos
itive wire of a
DYNsMO-K! rt'THIC MACHINE
runs up the back of tbe chair und ends
in the knob. The negative
wire runs to a resistance coll
under the clialr and thence to the brass
plate in the foot-rest. Another positive
wire runs to one of the brass knobs on the
arms of the chair and a second negative
wire to the other knob. The wires can be
connected w ith a machine miles away by
conducting wires. The chair is in condition
to be used In two ways, as the two sets of
wires are not operated together. If the
fool-rest wire is used some preparation Is
needed. A small silken collar is fitted
tightly on tbe neck of the criminal. It has
on the Inside, at tbe back, a small brass
button which tits closely against tbe
spinal process. It is connected
with a small silk cable which hangs
loosely and ends In a brass peg. The
collar Is put on the criminal in bis cell In
the same manner as the noose end
usml in hungliiKs. He is then brought out
with feet bared, and is seated In the chair.
Straps fasten bis arms to the chair-arms
and bis legs to tbe chair. Tbe brass peg of
the silk cable is Inserted In tbe hole In the
brass knob at tbe back of tbe chair and is
there held by a screw. The bare feet of
the criminal rest on the brass plate, of tbe
foot-rest. Tbe circuit would now be com
plete were It not that the positive wire Is
broken at a short distance from tho chair.
Connection can bo established at once by
turning a switch, or by pressing the but
ton. The full charge of electricity
ESTERS THE CRIMINAL'S BODY
at tbe spinal cord, and passes
nut at bis feet. The resistance
coil which It meets under the
chair a.'ravalcs it force, and prevents it
from injuring the ilynuino machine, on He
return. The criminal is killed instantan
eously and without pain, as the. electricity
acts much morn quick I v than tbe nerves of
sensation. The second method of using
tbe chair is to discharge the current Into
the palms of the hands through the large
brass knobs, n this case gun collar Is
needed, and the, subject need not ho bare
footed. In either cast) all the wires and
apparatus excepting the small collar would
be out of sight and tho crlnilnnl would see
nothing but mi ordinary chair Tbe sheriff
could give a signal, the executioner could
complete ilin circuit and tho criminal's
death result, instantly and painlessly. Mr.
Sheridan believes this method of executing
condemned criminals tor more humane
than by Iho often bungling use of the noose
The ( nnee ol Mlsa Yonng's Heath.
C'l.vt innati, May 2.I. A letter has been
received from , Jones, Town Marshal of
Robinson, 111., .addressed to John F.
Wilizo. undertake.1, snylng that the bodv
of Mlsa Young arrived by express at that
place on May 1, embalmed by Wlltzn, with
a permit signed by Dr. Bramble, Health
Otllccr, with a crrtiHcate from three phvsl
clans that the disease was nuerpura hem
orrhagica, and that the body was exposed
tu view and had spread tho , country with
smallpox. He says that a man named
Wesley Fields, of that place had enticed
the girl from her homo. She died while
attending Miss Bitur'i muslu school. It Is
true the girl died as Jonei says, and that
three physicians sahl that the disease was
not smallpox, but two persons have since
taken the small-pox In Miss Baur'a
achool, and the place Is thoroughly quar
antined. ' . , , ... - ,.,,
An OcfofffBarliiH flnrned to Death,
Uosro.v, May 23. The dwelling o
Henry W. Moody In Lvun, N. H., wa"
burned Tuesday. Lumau Moody, aged B0
was burnsd te death.
BAIT j Y
miffTTi4 ft i r - - -
London, May 2'l.-Tbe weather this
moriilng U'licautli. the sun shining
brightly and tho air fairly cool. Immense
crowds left Loudon for Kpsom Downs, to
witness the great Ditrbv. The city presents
a remarkably empty appearance, despite
the fad that the number of horse ex
peeled to run is probably the smallest on
London, May 2:.-Th race for Derby
stakes was won l,v St. Hlalse. Highland
Chief, second; Halliard, third.
THE ALtHAMA AWAItl).
London, May Kenmird at the de
sire of the Tory partv, has decided to
aoiilliloil for th present session his
motion offered h, the House of Common
In relation to inn disposition of Win
surplus of Din Alabama award. It Is
thoiik'ht the question can be raised morn
conveniently st Hie evpirallonof the fishery
treaty in 'Hi.
WIlllDUtWIXIi TIIK MAItlNKM.
London, ,My 2!. II Is announced
that Hie marines who have been ussisl
lug Ihe police In Ireland will be with
COMMIT I KI I nil THIAL.
Livkhi'ooi., Mhv Sl.-Tbii dvnamlte
conspirators. lcay. Klannigan, Kenn
edy, O'llerlinv and O'Connoi, have heea.
coininilleil for trial. Thov reserved their
Thai.kk, May 2.!. The police slezed
the plant of the Kerry Sentinel ami pre
vented the publicaiion of that paper,
which Is the property of Harrington, a
member of Parliament from West Meath.
The cause of (lie slcxurc is supposed to be
the publication nf a notice in the Sentinel
asking persons desirous of Joining the In
vincible, to attend a meeting which was to
be beld last Sunday.
TWO MOIIK ARRKHIS.
Dcni.iN, May 21. Two more arrest
were made at Ciistlebarin connection with
a recently diseoveredlrnuiderconspiracy in
Ihe county Mayo. Great excitement ex
ists over the arrests, and two hundred ex
tra member of the Royal Irish constabula
ry were drafted to the town. A man named
Mallcy, a brother of "Scrub"
Mallcy one nf the defendants
in the state trials at Dublin, and
several other prisoners were examined on a
charge of being iniplicittivl in the conspir
acy; an Informer named Coleman will tes
tify that he received i'20 to shoot landlords.
Xo reporters are allowed lo be present at
JOHN DILLON '8 ADVICE.
John Dillon, in a letter to the Freeman'
Journal, advises the Irish people to nmko
the Pamell fund such a success the Pope
will realize how grievously be bas been de
ceived by the English Government and tbe
miserable pauper landlords who Infest
Cronht adt , May 211. The trial of the
great case of fraud in connection with a
Saving Bank, which bus been preceding
here, has resulted In two of the directors
of the bank being sentenced to Importa
tion, one to Archangel, tbe other to To
bolsk. T'HKRIC WAS) AN EXPLOSION,
Sr. Peterhuiki, Mayj 23. The offic
ial mesxenger denies that an explosion oc
curred in the dresslng-rooin of the Czar
before his departure for Moscow. He
ssys, however, that an explosion which
was due te tbe escape of rns did occur op
posite the palace. The persons to be
granted amnesty by the C.ar on the occa
sion of his coronation will include civllans
exiled to Archangel and soldiers drafted to
Th Moldler Bojr.
Nashvillk. Tunn., May 23. The da?
opened cloudless and warm sunshine tem
pered the cool breezes from the northwest.
1'lie streets were thronged with people
along the linn of march of the military pro
cession, which cot In motion at 10:;w
o'clock. The chief order of procession
was a follows: Chief Marshal
and stuff; Oov. Hates' staff; Gen.
Realty's staff; fiov. Blackburn's staff ; As
sistant Marshals; Kichorn's band; Law
renco Liuht Infantry, of Boston; Busch
oinoes, of St. Louis; Governor's Guard,
of Illinois; Savannah Cadets; Lawrence
Llttht Infantry; Drum's Company I. Wank
ton, la.;. Houston Light Guards, Com
pany F, Sublette, III.; Troadwsy Rifles,
Company A. St. Louis; Artillery,' Dccorah
Drum Corps; Mobile Rifles; Company H,
Winona. 111.; Hermitage Guards; signal
Corps; Porter Rifles, nf Nashville; Company
A, Fifth Regulars; Illinois National Guard';
Crescent Rillcs; Artillery. After marching
through the principal thoroughfares, tho
procession moved to the fair ground en
campment, one mile west of the city. The
military were greeted on every corner and
there 'was the greatest enthusiasm.
The decorations along llin
streets wcro superb. Gen. Frank
Chatham, of Confederate army
fame, wits the grand marshal for the occa
sion. The drill otiened with manieuvres
bv Company C. Third Regiment Missouri
N'ational Ginnls. The boys were in line
condition and save a splendid exhibi
JiiitKe Tnler decide In Favor ol tbe
Chicago, May 23. Judge Tuley In the
circuit court this morning decided In favo''
of the bucket-shops in their contest with
the board of trade and telegraph com
panies, thus taking tile contritrv view to
that held bv two of be Federal justiciary
and also two of Hie Slate Judge having
coucurrent Jurisdiction with him. Tbe in
junction hail been granted by the court
against' the Western L'nion Telegraph
Companv to restrain it from removing the
ticker of the 1'ubllc Grain and Stock Ex
change, bv which the Board of Trade quo
tations hail been given. The court held
that the controversy Involved simply a
question of competition. The Hoard" of
Trade was endeavoring to suppress the
business of a rival, and was not endeavor
ing to conserve morals by suppressing
bucket shops. So long us the board al
lowed Hie telegraph companies to have
their ap'iits on Its floor to gather and send
out quotations It could uot be allowed to
discriminate to whom quotations should be
sent, The Injunction would stand until
the mutter had been passed upon bv tbe
Supreme Court of the State.
A Nirtho rrolmnle.
I'ithiu ko, May2:i. The workmen In
the biniher. Iron und sleelmills, presented
the wage scale to proprietors to-dav for
acceptance or rejet lion, and by Saturday
everv linn In I tin West will have been
nlliclally noililnil of tho refusal lo accept
the proposed reduction offered by the
manufacturer. Only one tirin. llussey,
Howe iv Co., steel manufacturers, bavo so
far signed the si-abi and other manufac
turers say the action of this tinn will have
no effect on tho situation, a they deal ex
clusively ill steol und specialities.
The Western Nail Assoclsiion met In
their regular luonihlv s(.,on, but after
talking over the condition of the trade,
which Is highly satlsiiictory, the meeting
adjourned without taking action on Hie
proposed strlktf or touching the present
Bnriieil ta sleuth.
New Yoiik, Mav 2:1. A lire occurred a
MO (Ireont) struct this mornln in a house
In which a number of people were cm
ployed. There was n stompedo and It I
rumored many were burned lo death. One
woman was taken out Insensible and has
since died. The corpse of a child was re
covered. Mr. Whlttler. the poet, told a visitor a
fcwdayiago that he recently published
Carlyle oouespondeiice had so strougly
affected him that ht had let to work and
destroyed the greater part of his corres-
.should be published aftir bis death.
Chicago, Mar iU. An tnclpUnt riot,
growing out of the strike of the bricklay
ers, occurred on Hubbard street Tuesday
afternoon, which is elted an showing the
desperation felt by a oertaln elast of these
workmen. About fifty strikers collected
about a building in process of erection, and
attempted to Intimidate tbe men at work.
Bricks were freely used, and five or sla ri
volver shots were fired. It is now con
tended that the man usinir the revolver was
John Sullivan, President Bricklayers'
i nlon, who.lt is claimed, was under the In
fluence of liquor. The young man to
whom Sullivan handed the weapon after It
had been discharged was arrested. The
facts were kept quiet for some rea
son until late nt night, as It Is supposed ta
cause other arrests, , 0 ue was seriously
Injured. . '- ...!,, . ?
An Important Circular.
Wasiii.noion, Mav 2M. Mr. Rogers,
acting commissioner of Internal Revenue,
incparcd a circular to collectors and others.
In regard to the repeal of the tax Hpoii
capital and deposits. The circular gives
the conclusions of ihe, ainrnev-geiierar
opinion on the question. .and states in ac
cordance therewith: ".No return will be
required either on fonn put or form B7,
Issued on the 7th Inst., for the time sub
sequent to November lHH-j. except from
such persons, associations, banks, bank
ers, etc., as are liable (or taxation on cir
culation, or on notes paid out, referred to
ill Items ?, and 7 of said form 7."
A Don Nhow.
Chic, no, Mav 21. The do? show,
under Hie regulation of the- National
American Kennel club, will beheld here
from .lime 12 to 1.1 Inclusive, under the
siipcriiiicnilence of the managers of the
Centennial and the recent New York show.
The entire thus far exceed those of anv
exhibit yet given In the West and embrace
a number of famous aiiiuuls from Canada,
Ireland mid Great Britain.
Lkxinotov, Kv., Mav 23. The Ken
tucky State Republican Convention now In
session here was called to order at I o'clock
p.m. by George Denny, Jr., of Lancas
ter. Captain W. W. Culbertson, of Ash
land, was made temporary chairman and
Harry Sernggln, of Colon, temporary
secretary. Adjourned to 8 o'clock.
I Roaecrana lor President.
San Francisco. May 23. The Council
of tbe Democratic Lnion Veterans at a
meeting last evening proposed to extend
tbcorgBiil.ation to all parts of the United
Slates. Rosecrunz Is to be mado bead of
the organization with a view, as Is be
lieved, to give him a Presidential boom. -
: Forest Flrea.
Tiiov. N, V., Mav HA. Forest flres are
raging in the Adirondack region. The
Cbainjilaln station of the Ogdensburg t
Lake ( baniplain Railroad has beeu burned,
as hae five houses and ten barns In All
Sablo Forks, Keeseville, Bnllmuntown and
St. Louis, Mav 2.1. A telegram to the
coroner from Iho First Police district this
afternoon announced tbe death of a man
named Vogle, who shot himself shortly
before noon at the foot of Harvey street,
below the arsenal. His name waa learned
from papers found on bis person.
Baked to Death.'
C'HAnt.KSTowN, S. C., May 23. The
steam bakery and candy manufactory
of J, C. Cla'issen it Co.. was to
tally destroved bv Jlre this
morning. Loss $40,000; Insurance
5,25,000. A colored employe was burned to
Cincinnati. May 23. A Times-Star
special from Catlcttsburg, ICy., says: Two
distinct shocks of earthquake were felt at
half past eleven last nlgbt, which shook
tbe buildings in town.
Lancahtkk, Pa., May 23. The Key
atone Lock Worku, owned by Fralm Bros.,
was burned this morning. Loss 20,00t.
THE MARKETS. ...
MAY 28. 1883.
HOGS-Slow and weak; 5c lower; light
W mm 3f; mixed packlna; W 207 20;
heavy packing and shipping $7 2.Va7 66.
CAT 1'LK Weak and dull; loTdlSc lower;
exports $0 lOnYti 30; good lo choloe
shipping $0 800; common to fair 20f
CATTLE Good to heavy steers .ftiftW 10;
light to fair $14n'co75; common to
medium native itfl,Ya.VJo; fair to good
Colorado UW6 60; Southwest $73o36 00;
corn fed Texans vU; common to good
Hooker H40rt 0.1; fair to good fcodera
H"ffi.160; common to choice naltve cowl
and heifers $3 fl0r5 15; scallawags of any
HOGS-Weaker at $0 6W7 for light to
good yorl cri ; 60ra7 15 for mixed packing
to rough mixed; butchers to ex
tra $7 15r7 3.1; skips and culls $8 POO
sll KEP Sheared : Common to modlum
$2 2.Vr3 30; fair to good $3 HXdA M); prime
$4 tWW.I IK); Texaus common, to prime
$3 60'a4 30.
Ural a. Etc,
WH KAT Irregular,closiiig$l 00 ( June;
$1 12W Julv; It i:t S August: l l.TV
September; fl 13' October; l 09 Jf
CORN-Lower at fid V June; 57 W
July; fw"i August; nt year.
ATS-Lnwcr at 41 X June ; 41 ''
Ml.rd'MH August; 82 year,
WHEAT Higher, closing at $1 14
June; ilHS July;$l lllfc August; $1 13H
September; $1 17.'.' October IU' year.
CORN-Weaker; 61'; Mav 6lWdH
June;. VIS July; M August; 46V year.
OATS-D11II; 42 May; 42H June; 41
WHKAT-Juiie 1 21 H 5 July
August 1 22 V.
CORN-June 63; July 6.1V;
$1 22 H
OATH June 4SX b; July 40V; August
44. : .
Country Produce, Elo '
ST, LOIMS. ' "
Bl'TTKR Creamery at" 22W3 for
choice lo fancy; seconds 20021. Dairy at
lH-iJH) for choice and faucv; , fair to good
13r III; common cVtfin. Near-by packed
over plenty dead ..dull; quote common
67; talrWtflO, het UrailS. '
F.Otis More plentiful and easier; cur
rent receipts sold at Ifio.
LIVE POL'LTRY-Old ohlokem ware
In good supply, limited demand and lower
to sell: quote cocks, J3 2ft, mixed
at $3 30f3 75 and hen sell (or 4.
Good sUed spring chickens are salable at
$4f35, but medium sited and small are
over plenty and dull at $Jj3, in lUe.
Nothing doing In other poultry.
LEAD Quiet. 'Hefliiecl at $4 121 hard
LirKBPOOL. - , , , ,
Country market ra'her quiet. Weather
In England fine. Spot wheat not much do
ing; California wheat declined Id. Wester
corn dull and easier at As M,
.Demand from United Kingdom and Coutl
Mut dull ta wheal and corn.
to vigorously push a business,
;' strength to study a profession,
strength to regulate a household,
strength to do a day's tabor with
"""ouT physical pain. AH this repre
sents what Is wanted, In the often
heard expression, "Oh! I wish I
had the strength!" If you are
., broken down, have not energy, or
r' feel as if life was hardly worth liv
ing, you can be relieved and re
stored to robust health and strength
by taking BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS, which is a true tonic a
' medicine universally recommended
for all wasting diseases.
jot N. Fremont St., Baltimore
During the war I wai in
jured in the stomach by a piece
of a shell, ajid have suffered
from it ever since. Aboutfour
years ago it brought on rh
lis, which kept me in bed ux
months, and the best doctors
in the city said I could not
live. I sullcred fearfully from
intligestion, and for over two
years could not eat solid food
ami for a l.irce portion of the
time was unable to retain even
liquid nourishment. I tried
Urown's Iron Dittcrs and now
after taking tw o bottles I nm
able to get up and go around
and am rapidly improving,
V8R0WN'S IRON BITTERS is
a complete and sure remedy for
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Malaria,
Weakness and all diseases requir
ing a true, reliable, non-alcoholic
tonic. It enriches the blood, gives
new life to the muscles and tone
to the nerves.
rpilElITY -NATIONAL DANK.
'f Kiro, lllitioisi.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITA I , $100,000!
A General Banking Husiness
THOS W. IIAI.MUAY
ENTERPRISE SAVING BANK,
KXCLUSIVKLVA SAVIXiiS HASK.
FI.OUK, GRAIN AND HA
Highest Cash Prlee Paid for Wbef.
si 1 "9
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8 62 g
a s f -' We-1 l1 e-
a 3lf A II 3S
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tow. "CP 9
PROPRlETOIt OF SritOAT'W PATENT
Refrigerator - Oars,
AND V. .
Wholesale Dealer in loe.
I0F. BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON,VeJL
I'ACUKD FOR SHIPPING
Car JLoade a Specialty,
1 " ' '"' ' o p r iOK 1 ' ' '
Cor, Twelfth Street and LeTee.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS . '