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THE daIJ.Y CAIIto HULJihTIN: F HID AY MOKNINTi APRIL
('or the Cure of Coughs. Colds
enza. Asthma, Wlitxd'iiiL'CoiiLdi. In
cipient Consumption aivl f.jr the? re--!
net ot (.or. unij.tivc persons in advan
ce. J stages of tlielJi-:ea o. FurSale
Ly all Druggists. l'rice, 25 Cents.1
a y 6 fcks y
rrom menu sources uris.. tim e fourths of
t'.o u seicse or the i.uu,au ii.T-e Tic?,
fcymi.t.om.-jln.liciit.i Uieirexn-tenc-c : ol
Appetite, llm, costive. M.R Head,
ackr.rullne.s alter nuiiii,, uvtraimi to
ti.rUoiiof l,,y r ,,,, J llltUlUoll
of food, Ir.itttbuuy of Um,)tr ,
spirits, A rrll,.K f llv,,l(, JltK'if,
iiHe il,y, lllzilurs, Jluite, !..(?.( llle
l.eni t, Dt iMfore l(. e ,. I.iuj.ly col,
ured I rl..e, 1 OAs 11 1 A IoaT .!.! .Jo?
lUiUJd lilt use Of ar;'i!i.'.,y ,,., u.-1- .llif-OT ly
V'i . Uvor' As a Liver iti.:,i!.-.i1(. Tl'TT'S
l ;II.I.HIiiiv.'noe.T.I. 'J ! :i action on the.
Ki'lMuys. in. skin U-.O -i i,ir,iiit ; removing
ull impurities. Ujrou:;li ;f. -c tim-i. "eav
Miers of Hie tyiitm," pio.l.ieiny: in no.
t tie, sound fiiLCCEiloii, rcg.it-r stools, n ei.-i.r
tkliiiinJ a vi;-orom IjoI . 1 I'TT'ls MI.I.S
r'-'.W!? n.iii-.-a or Kt,n!tt ,,or iuerlcro
'Ull dull V v. ;.!! ." i i. f p, ,-fi ft
ANTIDOTu TO MALARIA.
irr. feei.s r.nn: a aIw man,
"I li'lVt) L:nl Jjy.ij,. .;,, w.'il ( i!itiPfl.
lion, two j ;. i , ,.,( tt-n di:!i-i .-r t
'" H. 'I ( I T'S ai- ti,u 'flr-'t
that have Uone inc. sun- (rood, y ),;,vu
clcuiii'd mo, o'it nicely. !v n;'t'u Is
s;det.di.l, l'xxl il!-.-l, icuiii.v, nicl J now
have iiuturul j-iti i."-s. 1 U.' 1 like a new
mun." W. 1. l.ij'.VAUiJ-, Paliir, ru, O.
... '.every We.a.V. f,t. .-.n Mnrn.--V...N.V
TUTT'S IIMW BYE.
(.HAT Ji.VM! uit III
lUcKt!oii ol m in t..
ot u'.nt Ijv sji: .- oi, rci
0!!n-'-, i 1 !.! :vv f'ri
M lv I'1-u-sjl.-ts.
l.t of 81.
t, N' Vork
TUTT'S MAaAL Cf U iJFL fiESEIHS FRF F.
Tli only known !. :fi.; J..r I'; :; ; .; I':;. v'3
Mao f',r Sj-.wui hi:-! 1 ail.: if r!( k:.cs, Nervous
Wi akl, HB It ilis'lilj!:)' r i.- Vt. u;.(l or . ( lia8
: K'Tmi of di ! a.'.'l mw !. k!i.-ii, cure
A SKEPTIC SAID)
;!y I '..j!i.!h'S an;! tuM-rti l .o.-.l .. K.l:ii!i..itu
( w-utKlr. tr.'l ?-il-l. ; ir- riia:.' utiy at, !
"ti.('t;y r ir juraij'Iii. ' . !t la a r!,!rr-.!:,ir auJ
;tbfl A;Krt. nt. K:;!i s r.,fu mi l Klnin F.vll,
t In bruii,' ru. t tmi.j,'t li htw.U 1-j joJ, iku,: v-
:r,?t!;o rauf. R.-'U! l)!:irn tTi'len'-lfi nrnl n,..ke
li'nr .,mj.l. ilnu. 1: jiulio lij- n.i.'ic in ii...- d.-Urluin
if f'-vir. A !i.inii!Mr n oh ei.t nu-l s ti.t Ut
laiallve. It lr!vm Flik H.-a.Ucl.o i:ke the iii.f.
the Iraln of morbid f;irck'S. Prdmi'tly cures Ilheu-niatl.-m
liy rotr.Ii.glt. Kesture lifi-ttivir.g rf 'I" f
tle to the Mood. I piiaruntced tu cure b'. cen ous
dlitor!er. J Jf KeilaMe when all tip!ate fall. lie.
frc.-lies the mind and inv!K"ratn the bo'.ly. Cures
dyl ji;a or money refunded.
Ji!ea-ifi,f the lihiP'l own It .ircn'im rnr. Fnd'irst-d
In writiii': hy om r fifty tlin'i-ml li Kill' eituei.s,
cleryn,eu and jihys.ciuua .u L'. an J hiirt;u.
tFor sale t y nil h'a l!nj druct:!.-. fM. (13)
Fur Tctlinotilali and circular send sump.
TheDr.S.A. Richmond Med Co. St. Jcseph.Mo.
l.nrl. Montctilitirh 'o., A.-i , CI.:csi;o. M.
The ilev'l'ijiment of the troitm"i,t of ''nn-cr
Willi S 1 ft S'r:iii' ceeiii!" i-u u on r : u 1 , 11. tit till
so utllicled r-In :j : cl write us.
Cancer For Fourteen Years.
Sp iiisnlHir.'. S, (' . Mur -li 1 1. 1M.
I have fur I I yearn been a h : i tF- rerf r im a riiiinini;
pore mi my face Uril i'V yho lv ended a I am Kit. I
have tin duui ti worth i medieitie anil lottnd
Mi nlief. A In nt four mot. tli ni; i 1 lioii-ht ore.
Iiot'le ol Sw ifl'i" S ilk from Dr. II. K HeniliKti.
and (iltoe h'ive lneiulil live ntlu-j, have taken It,
and they hive ct itni (it miui A nn well! .Mv fare
If as Ire from a en " tiJ iic1m Iv'h. ii'nl mv lienltn
in iefe -t V re tored. I feel like folly year- had
hem iiiti it on my li. tot
i oiirJ f in t; nil v.
Mr. n !'. 1! irn. Hum'. Ark., nnv", tmiler date of
Jan.'.'-' KM: ! Iiae iak-n tlvo l it:enif Swifl'H
Speciile for a noe on my t.-iniiie I i to lieu euti-
C'T. 1 have hecn W'ni.lerlillly lietii tih'd ai.d wiil
loon he a well num.''
Mr. W. It. Itob'S ni. UnvNliMr i. (in., uri'eit. un
der (laic of J a mi irv :l, 1-si; I am U'el lin.' o:i II ui lv
lite 111 er In urmliiaily liealirij 1 ii ei Hoi: Swif:'n
Spucilld will cure the ho-ril c nicer which han
been feediuL' on in f ir onv i y a .'"
I Mr. W.I I (illnert. Alhanv. (la. n nit
" A (!.:ti 1' in in nmi' d Mo're nrnr thlK city had
n eatiuit run 'er on hi laec, whii h had eaten H.iay
hi n i-o aul li' under liji, auii hail rttuniird up
unlll It kn I neiily reached hia eye. The ciiicer
wuiicaliiitf hln L'tlui- and hud retnlereil bin teeth no
lonne that he thought 'hev niliitit nl any time, drop
out. lie han been lakln twin's Si'Ki ;Ktc aHnU
three m iithn, and im effect han been wonderful.
It ban driven i be poinou fr. in his nyntem. the can
cer han healed i rentlv. bin teeth bav heco ne
Uro g aaaiii. and he th'itikM he ban been recited
from 'in u in' ile ,lli. Ileii the tucnt clitlliiniuniii:
man I ever mw."
Our trea.Ue on Woo J mid Skin I1licnne. trail' (I
free to njiillcitnlH.
Tin: .swut si'i:ni n: o.,
U-i.wer AtaiMa, (.n.
New York Ofilen. IV V 1 d St , I. etvuen Sixth
and Seventh Avui.ues
- imnmr r II I
NMMIIIIIIM ! MHil ! I.IF TWir-TT ri'in r
A NIGHT OF TERROR,
A Duoijorato Ivlob of Polos aud
Hungarians Run Riot In
Severn! of the Liotew Fatally Hurt, and
the Polite Powerless to Quell
The Citizens Finally Orgartze a Viilanse
Committee, and Mal e Short Work
of ihi; Svp'''ja.
I'll iMii i;:;n, A T-ril 17. -At one
o'clock this luorniiiif it liloo.ly riot broke
out iiiiiii!i'' a iiil'tv ni mill lilt nils In West
lir.i'M'iofr, l'.i. T!i"iri:icita!s were Poles
ami lluic.iruiis, oiiiiluye.s of the Kilar
TU' miijim in s; I'd Works. Tin y had bet a
(Iriukin heavily during the lvohjulj. The
limited number of police wire utterly
unable to m ister the party, lio, throwing
off all restraint, scenes of terror and
b, iini.hoil cn-iiiil. i'i.tols and every
oihcr toncfivatile weajiou were brought
William Mnitii, it pule, was nhot in the
back ut the b-o,niiiii'' of tiic outbreak and
was carried it way in u ilyim: eiiiidilion.
Ttie citizens wi re jiowcrlc.-s and the town
was tlirowu into a stale of the wildest
ruufiivon and t'-rror. The llLditin'was
Ini'ioUi in the extreme. Another party
wh'1-.c name wa- not learned, liad an eve
cinippi.-.i out with a hah lo t aud was oth
mvie t rribly cut about the head and
body and will probably die. Many others
w-re kiiucked dow n and terribly pounded
with nijli.s, toiie and mii h otln r wtap
o,o ol at! ii k ui could be procured.
The eiti.eiis turned out and in a short
time a mo .t det'-riuiaed L'iialieeColiiliiit
ti e :i loriued, and marched on the mob.
A:tcr a tuiiboni Iilit ordi-rwas partially
i"' -' ' ' ! b live rioters weri; arrested
'i lie 1 1 i i : 1 1 IT Was so iutellv US.tillst till!
J.ii-oii. r.s that it was with diilieuity they
Weiv lodged in jail, l.oud threats of
lynching win: heard in ail directions.
At "-.:,') a. in. order wa restored by the
(!e! riiiiin-d citizen-.. Andrew' Moleski
v, a a so badly cut about tne head and
boo)- and can not recover. The whole
troui.ie wa c itised by a too free itiditl
H' ii1'' in whlky. The iliord' riy seeii-s
anions tin-.i; pcopli-, who are ,aid lobe
bia littii: b. f.i-r liiaa s.iy aei iu their
inatiii' is, are not uncommon.
i in; t 1'i'Kit ti;D()M.
Iiow the "Brainy" Members of the Chi
cago Democracy Enjoy Themselves.
Ciik t.i, I i.l.., Aprii 17. The 77e.of
t!i;s city, in its account wt the third an
nual batoUet of the It'oijlloi- t'lulj, l.'ius
leeiibe. the inaiiner of receivim: their
friei.d- indulged in by this strictly and
r j n m ntativc Iteinni rat;c Club:
I 'oi it. l' '!e- afteni'j.in from thr-e to live
id the r'.,;n-o! tne 1 re jii.)!i 'lub preentej
a ratl.cr lively ap;.i arance. '1 he uii-mbers
had turned out in larue iiiimbers to in
iiule iu a pre.iiuiiiary h:iud-shake with
the eminent Mat. .-men expected to tirace
t ie l aiiijuet w ith tin ir presence and to
u-iil to it' !--!iuhts by dispensing trllc
li. uiocr.it. c doctrines, and they were
prepan d to aive tinm a riht royal
WeK.a.tlii-. The Wc-t room VMlS ttirtled
into a "ourf ,t," a- the r rein h would call
it. The windows were huny; with
American ilas to aroiie patriotic seu
t . . . e 1 1 1 , and on the tables, decked with
t ie liiiet id imported linen, Inum-made
c. ona and ulassware, fairiy sii'liin under
a load of the lnot invitiui: eatables be
buiLfii: to a Ilrt-c!a.v- lunch, .stood lloral
iiruanieiit- without number, irivine; the
room an aspect of home-like cosiness and
comfort, .o different from the effect flen
era lv produced on such occaioiis. Into
lies loimi -dreamed tiic assembly, which
probably numbered, counting the short
-lays of many of the comers, some 100
people. The reception committee of the
t lab, eon-itiuu' of .Messrs. .1. S. White,
llo .i rt II. Patten, tieore M. Kallmann,
II. K. Hoye-cii, U.K. !ireinner,a!:dJ.K.(.'al
laiilian, attended to its duties iu lir.t-class
manner, and saw to it that the ino.-t dis
t.ll'iilled L'Uets uf the occasion, Sena
tor (ieo. II. Pendleton, . I. Merliliii Mor
ton, I'ldomd W. C. P. Ureckenridu'e,
Jadcliavid Turpee, and ex-t.'oiiorcss-n
an lla.li.-s W. Ilauna, of Indiana, and
others became acquainted with the pillars
o! Democracy in (.'liieauo, at lea-t those
Who have the entree ol the I l'oillois Club.
Ciiieao's brainy leinocrats were well
r' presented. There were Judnes Trum
bull and Doolittle, Messrs. M. W. Puller
am! A. 1'. Se.dierjer, .Indies liariitim and
Saepard, Ktimbfi't Tree, Carter Harrison,
and others too numerous too mention,
doin-; honors to the irucsts, and aitin
them in the rapid deMructioti of the line
lunch with the customary accompani
ments. No formality uf any kind was indited
in, and was probably not necessary, as
everybody seemed to exactly know his
station, and to have no other purpose
than to oet up as pleasant a feeling as
possible for tlie banquet-. Politics Was
not talked about, except In a general
way, and even Hie visitint; statesmen
seemed far more interested in their im
mediate .surroundings and the tabled sub
stance of the lroiiiis Club than in the is
sues which, in the latiKuaire of the word
orator, "auitate the country to its deep
Another Coal Mine Honor.
Mr. Caiimki., Pa., April 17. An explo
sion of sulphur took place late last eveu
iii! in the Pennsylvania colliery, at Green
Uidge. While the men were hard at work,
Hie accumulated gas ignited from a naked
lamp, and a terrillc explosion occurred,
fatally burning John Drakosky, Peter
Matrix, Michael Mexeval, laborers, aud
seriously injuring John Graham and
Samuel .Menken, contractors. The res
tilers found the men in total darkness.
Mexeval and Kntrix were found creeping
up the slope so badly burned that the
llesh was hanging from them in shreds.
All of the victims were unmarried.
Tercentenary of Edinburgh University.
Min.MU-itdii, April 17. The celebra
tion of the tercentenary und foundation
of Edinburgh University, which begaa
ut noon on Tuesday, continued until to
diy. A large number of prominent
gentlemen were present, among whom
were Minister Lowell, who represents
Harvard, Yale ami Cornell Universities
and the Smithsonian Institute j Profes
nor Green, of Princeton, N. J, ; M. I)c
Lcssrps, Principal Dawson of McGill
University, Montreal; Prof. Twiggs, of
the Union theological Seminary. N. Y
and Prof. Yenable, uf Virginia. The
houorary degree of Doctor of Divinity
was conferred on Prof. Green, of prince
ton, and tint of Doctor of Laws on
Minister Lowell. Tile ceremonies were
unusually brilliant and Impressive. De
grees were also conferred on M. De
Lesseps, Prof. Virdiow, Lord Tennyson,
aud scores of others.
A n t( ; it v7rsti ua w.
She Proves an Apt Scholar in the Art
of the Pale-Faced Bortfias.
Pki.i. Cnv, Mien., April 17. Two miles
aud a half northeast of Ashton lives an
old Chippewa Indian known as Jo Peiiasa.
He has lived there for years, being a
squatter upon land owned by out
side parties, upon which he raises vege
tables. He also makes baskets, and lu
the Mall and Winter hunts and traps. He
is well-known in this section, and Peiiasa-Po-t-oltice,
this county, was named after
him. His only kin was a grandson,
known as young Jo IVuasa. une day
last week young Ji died, and his young
squaw went off to live with an
other young Indian. Old Jo thinks that
the squaw poisoned young Jo. He was
taken sick, and his squaw prepared some
drink for hint, and each time she prepared
it she would turn her back und mix iu
something. (lid Jo thinks she put in
some of the drugs ucd iu coloring their
baskets. They do not ue coloring mat
ter made from berries, as formerly, but
now buy drugs for coloring matter.
Kacli time young Jo drank of the mixture
he was tak"ti with pains and vom
ited. The general opinion is that the
squaw poisoned young Jo so that she
could live with the other young Indian.
Old Jo grieves at the lo.-,s of his grandson
very much. He sold ids rllle for 13, and
with the money bought acotlin and buried
his grandson near his cabin, lie sent for
a white neighbor, who is a church mem
ber, und request' d him to pray to the
great spirit lor Jo, which he did.
Brewster to Retire.
YVasiiinoiun, I). (J, April 17. A mem
ber of Congress who is on intimate terms
with President Arthur, said to your cor
respondent this morning that Attorney
General Urew.-ter would soon retire from
the Cabinet and that his retirement was
desired by the President.
Mlss.it in I'.ivnt riiMMlssiov.
Ih'prescnt.ative (.'lardy is at work to
day upon his report oa the bill creating
the Missouri River Commission, similar
to that of the Mississispi Liver. He con
cludes that there are fully as many reasons
why the Missouri should' have a 'commis
sion as the Mississippi. The committee
will push the matter with vigor. The be
ll' f prevails among those interested that
the project will .succeed.
Wy-niM.iov, j). c., April 17. The
Ilmise Commutce on Foreign Affairs to
dry, ado. ted a resolution demanding of
the Yt neiielan Government an imme
diate settleiuei.t of the claims of John K.
Whei-iock. Also resolutions of inquiry
relative to the Venezuelan claims and al
.egeil conliscation of an American College
at Home. The r solution authorizing the
President to appoint delegates to the In
tel national Prison Congress at Koine was
also acted upon lavorably.
A Private Seaman Heard From.
V.siii.(,i.., I), c, April 17. Seaman
Norros was heard before the Jtantiette in
vestigation committee this morning. His
testimony was a ccrtitlcation of the care
bestowed upou the crew, and ollicers, by
Do Long. Good judgment was exercised in
the retreat. The witness Seemed to Ilud
no fan. t w ith either the command of De
Long, or his demeanor toward the crew.
1 UIM A-J.U.1I 1 II CO XU It ESS.
AVasiumuhs, ), c., April 17 lu the
Senate this afternoon the Chair presented
a communication from Attorney-General
Urcwst' r in regard to the compensation
of special attorneys in the Star-route
cases. Tlie letter was long an I interest
ing, and was listened to w ith rapt atten
tion. Urewster did ma think the rate
lixed either immoderate or in excess of
fet s of lawyers in uctive practice iu New
York. II it had been originally supposed
that the cases w ould occupy the time they
did the rates lixed would not have beeu
asked or given. "Puh'.ic men ware in
volved as defendants in those cases,"
says the letter, "and the conclusion was
not on trial before the juries alone,
but before the whole people of the United
States, and they wore convicted
by common judgment of the whole coun
try. They are not punished by imprison
ment, but what is worse than imprison
ment, they are now at large the objects of
scorn laughter. The prosecutions have
saved the Government two millions per an
num at tlie Post-olhVe Department aloue,
and the effect has been to deter adven
turers from thronging about the depart
ments at Washington. The wholesome ter
ror inspired by these trials laughter ou
both sides of the Chamber has dispelled
them, the investigations have made it
plain that no place is so high that it
can become the sanctum for public
thieves and robbers. The document was
The Speaker laid before the House this
morning a communication from the Post-master-Geiieral
inclosing an estimate of
the deliciency iu the appropriation for sal
aries of Post-masters for the fiscal year
amounting to f? 1 ,700,000. It was referred
to the Appropriation Committee.
No More Iron Rails.
IxhiaxaI'oi.is, Ino., April 17. The In
dianapolis Moiling Mill Company practi
cally decides to abandon making iron
rails and will probably convert their
works Into a steel mill. The company
also has a steel mill which has been Idle
for months and can not start up until tho
tariff on steel blowers Is removed. The
company's plant Is very valuable and its
financial standing excellent.
lllotols Burnod at Hot Springs,
llor SritiNds, Auk., April 17.
Mire last night destroyed the Or
leans House, the Kansas City
meat market and the Indiana House.
Loss fti'.i.noti; partially Insured. All the
mercantile establishments lu the build
lugs were destroyed, The llro Is sup
posed to have been tue work of an Incendiary.
Thi-rsday Evening, April 17, 1894. J
The wetther is bright and plensant,
almost sultry in the middle of the day and
very favorable to the growing grain crops,
and the kind needed to develop to the ut
most the yield of fruits for which Southern
Illinois is celebrated.
The markets are generally unchanged.
The demand in some commodities is fair
and in others it is dull, specially in
sniHller articles. Pieplant is drag
ging at 3.1,' per pound, but the demand for
Mobile peas continues good at $1.501"5
per box. New uionn, cabbage, etc., are
not ytt coming in. There is a steady de
mand for oranges and lemons at quota
tions. FL0UH Demand small and stocks
rather large. Sabs are only in a email
order way, but prices are nominally un
changed. HAY The demand is only fer choice.
There is several cars of red top in market
that is nut winted us that grade of hay
will not sell at all at this season of the
CORN Choice dry milling corn is very
scarce and in demand at high prices.
Common or rejected is quoted 2 cents lower
OATS Receipts are light and demand
small. Prices easy.
MEAL Fair demand.
lillAN Good deiannd and scarce.
BITTER There is a good demand for
strictly choice dairy; common grades are
dull. The market generally may be quoted
EGGS Full stocks and dull. Ten cents
in lots were bestoll'-rs to-day.
CTIICKENS-I'lenty and very dull.
APPLES Choice are scarce aud quoted
I'OTATOES-I'lenty and dull.
ONIONS Ei-y and unchanged.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE, The pnren nore ziven are for nalen fmni
Brut bandi-In round loin. An advance li
chaued for broken lotnin tMinirorrit-ri.
1 Obbln Fancy
Wi hiiln various, tirades
Ion Fatni.y ...
l' hblg cho'ci"
loo bbls Vatcnt
2 cars eilt edge small bale...
1 car red top
Scars choice, ntnallhale
1 car mixed
2cars choke white fu hulk.
2 carl choke, mixed in bulk..
..A VK&tt Ml
2 cars tn hnlk St
:i cam choice In bu k 3i
i cars tboice In bulk 35
No. .' Ked, i.er bu
No. v Medlteraneau
5 J0 bh'l Cltv on Orders 9 6 70
In sacks so
5co poundn choice Northern Dairy i!422fi
3i" pounds choice Northern roll a)
5on pounds Sotnhirn Ills roll .... lflffilS
4'0 pULds creamery -oi.t!
laV) dii.en - . 11
S m dozen 10
1 coops choice hens J 7"2-3 0(1
5 coops niix-.dand hens t! 50
Fer bhl choice Ben Davis 5 00
" ' Koni Beauty Sou
Small varieties , 2 5?il 50
Choice liomanl es i 5iM mi
Gt-r.aton- 3 00
Oranjen 4 5n
Luiium 3 uo&l 50
I'lin'ri red 2 f,rQ3 01
Choice yellow : 2 j0.u3 00
reach Hi wv pe-bush 4OS50
harly Hone per bush fOfffcti
Potatoes per tibl 1 7:1) no
According to size 15 OCfi'JO 1 0
Tini-w ashed 2s(3n
riue ntmasaed ltij)
I'laln natiii nous
B. (;. llaius 14
Clear snlnn..., m 11(312
a ALT MEATS.
M. Johns f! 16
Ohtu Htver 1 05
4 bushel Icirlaps. ,
5 bushel "
Peaches, halves auef ijaarturs.,, c$ fijj,
Cholco tiavy .g ROM 00
Oholco medium 2 B0.il 75
Choice, Factory 12
l7lukH, -- 10 to 45
Red Fox j (p(J
WlldCat..- ; 10 to 5i
Bean r per pound ,,,.., m t0 2 7)
Otter 75 to ti t o
Opossum g t0 15
Bear ..l 00 to 00
Calf, Green 12
Dry Flint choice 15
Dry Salt 11
Green Halt 6
Plum Oreen e
Sheop Pelts, dry .. loft."
8he?p Pelts, sjreen Vif.5
Damaged Hide of
Common Lugs j 7vn
Good Ink-s , 4 sii 5 01
-owLeaf 4 of
Med In m Leaf H Sit 7 JO
(ioMLeaf. 7 511 9 (n
HATES OK FKEKiUT.
Gram Hay Flour Pork
fcwi. cwt. tvhbl. tfnbl.
Menplits 12 15 85
v Orleans, .. lii'j HO i-i fi
niena, Ark Wi V 50
Klineston. Miss .... iK1 82 45 67)
Vicksliurir, I'rentess llouso 2 ( per cwt. hlghf-r
All other wav points below Memphis to New t'r
leans, same rates as to Kdneston.
"All your own fault
If you remain sick when you can
Get Hop Bitters that never Fall.
The weakest woman, smallest child,
and sickest invalid can use Hop Bitters
with safety and great good.
Old men tottering around from rheu
matism, kidney trouble or any weakness
will be almost new by using Hop Bitters.
My wife and daughter were made
healthy by the use of Hop Bitters and I
recommend them to my people. Metho
Ask any good doctor if Hop
Bitters are not thu best family medicine
Malarial fever, Ague and Biliousness
will leave every neighborhood as soon as
Hop Bitters arrive.
"My mother drove tho paralysis and
neuralgia all out of her system with Hop
Bitters." Ed. Oswego Suu.
Keep the kidneys healthy with Hop
Bitters and you need not fear sickness.
Ice water is rendered harmless and
more refreshing and reviving with Hep
Bitters in each draught.
The vigor of youth for the aged and
infirm in Hop Bitters!
- "At the chance of life nothing equals
Hop Bitters to allay all troubles incident
"The best periodical for ladies to take
monthly an 1 from which they will receive,
the greatest benefit is flop Bitters"
Mothers with sickly, fretful, nursing
children, will cure the children ami benefit
themselves by taking Hop Bitters daily.
TIk usands die auuually from some
form of kinduey diseases that might have
been prevented by a timely use ot Hop
Indigestion, weak stomach, irregulari
ties of the bowels, cannot exist when Hop
Bitters are used.
A timely use of Hop
Bitters wih keep a whole family
In robust health a year at a little co-t.
To produce real genuine sleep and
child-like repose all night, take a little
Hop Bitters on retiring.
That indigestion or stomach gas at
night, preventing rest and sleep, will disap
pear by using Hop Bitters.
Paralytic, nervous, tremulous old
ladies are made perfectly quiet and spright
ly by using Hop Bitters.
The well-known strengthening properties
of Iron, combined with other tonics and a
perfect nervine, are found in Carter's Iron
Pills, which strengthen the nerves and body,
and improve tlie blood and complexion.
A Startling Discovery,
Mr. Win. Johnson, of Huron, Dak., write
that his wife had been troubled with acute
Bronchitis for many years, and that all
remedies tried gave no permanent relief.
until he procured a bottle of Dr. King's
.ew Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds, which had a magical ellect, am
produced a permanent cure. It is iiuaran
teed to cure all Diseases of Throat, Lungs,
or Bronchial Tubes.
Trial B ttles Free at Barclay Bros.' Drug
store. Large So.e sfl.ut). (;)
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I CM "Hi' OUTOF DRUE. ft.
q) As no z1 JJj'-Z
'SO UNION SQUARE NLWYQRK.
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LLINOLS CENTRAL It. R
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Lino liunnin
O DAILY TRAIN
Making Direct Connection
riuiss Lurs Cairo:
rrivlngln St. Louis 9 00 a.m.; Chlcsjro, 8 :30 p.m.:
'oiir.eciiUi: at Odin and Kfflnirnam for Cincin
nati, Loilipv.lle, Indianapolis auu points East.
1 U :-: p in. Ktiat Sst. I.ouis and
V -Btciru iilxpresn.
ArrHlnglnSt I.oals ti:ij p. ni.,and connecting
for ull points West.
3:43 t. m. P'ast Kxproasj.
For St. Louis and Chicago, arrlvluir at St. Louis
10:15 p. in., and Chicago T:2n a. ui.
.'I:-L."i i.m Cincinnati Kxpress,
Arrlvini; at Cincinnati 7:eo a. m. ; Loulsvlllo :r5
a. ra.; Indiatiapo.ln 4.(5 a. m. I'as-eLRers br
this train reach the sh.ivo points lUi to 30
lloL'Rft in advance of any other route.
;i?T!in :l:' a. tn. express han PL'Ll.MAN
SohEIM.vfi CAR from Cairo tn Cincinnati, with
out changes, ami thr .itijh sleepers to St. Louis
Fast Time Hast.
I'ilsisiiifffM'si hy t!i!" lln,; cuthrouuh to East,
i (io.e.iini l n t.ru points without any delay
caused by Sunday intervening. The Saturday after
loon train from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
norniiigatlO:;:,. Thiriy-su hours in advanceol
di other route,
IW I'i-r tliro-.iKh tickets and further informatics
ipl ly at Ihiuois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J- H. JONES, Ticket Airenl.
A. 0. HANSON. Geu. Pass, Atent. Cblcaeo
It H. TIME C.V1.D AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CL.MRAL R.U.
Tra.ns Depart. Trains Arrive.
tMail 2:ai A.m. I tVal! 4:0Da.m.
E'prenn :t:15 p.m tExprens 11:20 am
bt. Louis Ei. 12:25 p.m. st. Louis Ex. J.l.lp.ni,
I. c. n.ii. (Southern Division.)
t.M dl J:l." .m I t'. (). Kr ... Illilsm
rKiprens lo.-m n ni . IN. 0. Ex 4:30 p.m.
tAtconi 3 trs p.m. j
ST. L. & c. it. n. (Narrow-frau'rftV
Express -i-M) a m. I Express . .,,'.1 :i' a.m
l-.x & Mail..
io:,io a in. tx. Ma 11. ..4:10 a.m.
.12:i 5 d. 111. Accom
ST. t.. fs I. M. It. 11
tKxpn-ss 10::i0p.m. tExurens....
W., ST. L. & P. R. It.
Mull Ex 4 i0a.ni. I '.Mall & Ex
' Ai com -1:00 p.m. 'Accom ....
Freight 7:45 a.m. freight
MoItlLE 4 OHIO K. R.
Mail : 5:55 a.m. Mail 9:10 p. m
Dully except franday. t Dally.
DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Arr at I Dep're
5 a. m.
I I'm PC
K. U ChrouiiUUick mall).
3 p. m.
W p. m.
9 p. m
H p. a.
" (way mail)
" (.Southern Div
Iro'i Mountain R. R
Wabash li. 11
Texas St. Louis R. R...
Sr. Louis i C iiro R. li...,
. .4 ;io p.m.
..5 p. ni.
10 p, m.
1 p. in
S p. m
Sat. iS Mou.
ti a. m.
4 p. m.
Miss Liver arrives Wed.,
" departs Wed.,
P O. gen del. op n from.,
P.O. box del. open from
Fri. it Sun.
7:30 am to 7:30 pm
Sundays eec. del. otieii (rom.. . .8 a. m. to In . m
t) a. ra. to u p. m
Sundavs box del . open from. .. .6 a. m. to 10:30aia
s ly -S o 1 h.. C lianL-'.-s will be nuh ahsil from
time to time !n city papers. Chanus voiir cards ac
cordingly. W.M. M. MUltl'llY, P. M
617 St, Charles St., ST. LOUIS, M0.
A rBiilnr Ornitnntn of two medical
colleges, has been loiiuei einjaifed In the trcal
nient of I'liroiiio, Nnrvuiis, HUiu nml
Jlloo.I Diseases tli 1111 any other phylelau In
si. I.ouls. iiscii l.ii. rs show ami all old resi
dents know. ('0111111:1111,11 at oilice or by mall,
tree und Invited. A 1'rlfitdlv talk nrhln opinion
Costs noihlnir. When It Is In ivenlent to visit
the city for tieatuieiit, uiH.lleliies can he sent
by mull or express everywhere. Curable cases
Kuuruntee.l: where doubt exists It it frankly
stated, tailor Write,
Nervous. Prostration, TMiHlty, Msntal and
Vhyslcal WeahnMs, Mercurial and other
affeftlunsol Throat, Skin and llenes, Blood
Impurities isnd Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Snres and I'Iferi, Impeillmsnts to
Marriage, Itheiimatl-m, Piles. Special at
tention t eases from over-worked brain.
Sl'lifiirAL CASKS receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Kxress.es,
Indulgences or Exposures,
It Is self-evident that a phvticlan paving
pnrtleular attention to a class of canes attains
(treat (.kill, and physicians lu regular practice
all over the cmintry knowing this, freuiientlr
recointnend eaes to theoldest otllee lu Ameri
ca, where every known appliance Is rennrteu"
to, and the peov.-.l ooil reiiiMli.'M of all
lines and uti les are used, A w h..l.' house Is
used for oillee purposes, and all are treated wltli
skill in a respectful m iinueri and, knowing
w bat to do, 110 epei liui uts are made. On ac
count of the (rreat liuinlier upplvliiK. tha
ehaiuien are kept low, often lower tlian H ite
iioitiiie.l hv others. I f mi secure the skill aud
et a st.ee.lv and pern et lite cure, mm Is 1 no
niportant 111.it ter. Pauiphkt, to pat'es. ieut
10 any uuiuess oee.
purti ! MARRIAGE GUIDE I pages
Kli-Kaut cloth and flit Idudlutf. Sealed for 50
rents lu posi:i currency. i.ver llity wou-
denul lieu pictures, true to life, articles on thu
fol low I nit sul. lefts: Who may marry 't who not :
why? Proper ate to nuirrv. Who marry rlrst.
.Maiihood, XV.iuuinliood. Physical decay. Who
hoiild nuirrv. How life and happiness mav be
Increase. 1. Those married or rouleiiipl.itltnr
inarrvlni.' should read It. It oiikIiT to be read
l.v all adult pcrons. then kept under lock and
key, popular edition, same as above, but paper
roi er and sw puges, cents by mull, iu uiouey
Causes 110 Tain.
Gives Kelier at
cure. Sot a Li-
nnLt nf. Cn II T 1 tl
pii. il with linger. .'ivt it a Trial.
SO cents, at druL'-iHts. to cents by mall register,
cd. S. nd for rln ular.
KLV BHOTIIEK9, Drurglsti, 0wego,N,S.
H.Steagala& Co., Cairo, 111',