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THK IU1M CAIRO BUU.KTIN; TUESDAY " MORNING APRIL
WILL NOT BE THERE.
Big Guns Who Mado Themsolves
Folt at tho Last Republican
Bolioiting FuuJs to Defray tho Expense
01 tho lleetiiig-Some of the
Methods to be Employed.
How the Hotels Propose to Accommodate
the 25,000 Visitors Without Advanc
ing nai:3Tl.e Sliding Scale.
Chicago, III., AjtU i'I. Multitudes of
Alsitors arj expucud hero during the
si:iiiji dI thy National Jiqiublivan Cou
Ai i.tioii, .1 u 1 1 many doh'atious are al
rt'Uily i'iim'ihj: iKvoiamodatlona lor the
week liuiini; which t!ie meeting is' likely
to contiuue. As tho Presidential candi
dates before tho convention will be nu
merous, and the contested scats probably
eijiial in number to those of the meeting
of 1?m, tlie deliberation may occupy the
first week beginning on Tuesday, Juue
3d, and possibly go over into the second
week. The orators who killed so much
valuable time four years ago, will not
this year make the convention hall re
sound with their eloquence. Mr. Couk
ling occupied more time in 1K?0 than any
other delegate, and his resolution which
was aimed at the loyalty of the three West
Virginia delegates, consumed four hours
valuable time and then was withdrawn.
He will not grace the convention next
June. Mr. Logan, who raised such a
totally unnecessary noise over the
acceptance of the four delegates
at large from Illinois, of which he
was one, and caused a delay of pro
ceedings thereby for several hours, will
this time be only a spectator among
others. General Sharpe, of New York;
Mr. Hale, of Maine; Mr. Haymoud, of
Texas, and Mr. l'ixley, of California, took
up more than their share of time in the
ls&o meeting and will now be absent. Mr.
liigersoll, Mr. .Storrs and one or two
other brilliant speakers will not be
otlicially present in June unless as proxies,
owing to the neglect In the district and
State conventions In selecting them.
Thus the sreat forthcoming assemblvmay
be lacking in delegates of glib tousiu-s
and llowery speech, but the business of
the convention may fur all il&i move
along just the same asJ tea wiii the
saving vi several hours or a day or two.
UAlslNO 1 HE KI M'S.
The Local Fiuauce Committee, wiich
is a branch of the National Kejubiicsa
Committee, Is actively at work raising
the necessary funds to" meet tho eipei:ts
of the convention. The sub-comrai::ee
directed its local branch to raise $r3.'.0.
but of course the local tlnance people H
not attempt to secure so large a sun, t.
cause it will not be required. Ttrre-
iourms 01 mat amount win, it isthoc:
be ample to pay for the ha'.!. o.-Hciaf re
porting, music, ticket printing, ushers,
etc., and to entertain disiir.z-iWh-i
guests at the "swell" hotels. Brsi-ie-,
has been the custom, although a sad ore,
to fall about five thousand dollars short
of even the necessary expenses, in order
that the successful nominees of the coa
vention may be allowed to gracefully con
tribute the deficiency.
TICKKTS OF ADMISSION'.
The local tlnance bureau has been as
signed 1,000 tickets, which are to be dis
tributed pro rata among the subscribers
to the expense funds, and on the basis of
23,000 about one ticket would be allowed
for each $2j contributed. This is tho
understanding among the people here,
therefore any one who is anxious to at
tend the convention can no doubt secure
a ticket of admission by sending In 25
to the local committee at No. 127 Dear
born street; but of course it is expected
that all tlie money necessary will be
raised in Chicago without dllllculty. The
committee has thus far received l,i;50.
l'robably no less than
TWK.M'Y THorSAN l S TI!AN(;r.ltS
will ilock to the city, besides the regular
delegates, and they will expect to gain ad
mission to the meeting lu some manner.
There are also 30,(mo curious citizens
of Chicago w ho will make attempts to seo
the great wlitical show, aud of course a
lare proportion of these G0,000 people
w ill be disappointed, because the capacity
of the convention chamber will scarcely
exceed 10,000 without a good deal ol
crowding in the press gallery and on the
stage. Tickets of course will be on sale
by brokers as they were in 1 WO, for many
colored delegates from the South coming
here without friends will be unable to re
sist offers of or 10 for their extra
tickets. Mr. New says this selling il
tickets is a shameful tralllc and he intends
to put a stop to it, but it Is dillicult to nee
how he will accomplish this.
1 The hotels have not raised their rates,
technically, for the convention week, but
they adopt a plan better suited to their
purposes. All the leading hotels have a
hllding scale of tixed charges for board,
according to locution, convenience and
fcize of the rooms. These rates are from
2 to S3 ter day; the small dark rooms In
the attic going at the lower ilure and
the parlor bed-rooms with the baths
bringing the better rate. When the
weary travelers present themselves at
the big hotels a day or two before the
June convention they will be blandly
informed by the clerks with the massive
diamonds that all the $2 rooms are just
taken and only the $3 apartment are un
engaged. Then the Palmer House will
abolish its"l-liiropcan plan" am! no rooms
will be let without board, as now. lie
si'les tliN, from three to ten cots will bo
placed in every room and the halls will be
lllled Willi tuUlllorurv uli-l-tiintr liiMit-a All
the regular boarders are being driven out
bo that the Chicago hotels may be able to
Acuity IU11"y thlJUSUIllJtt without dif-
An Insane Uuu'i Freak.
1 Boston, Mass., April 21.-1109 at piuy
upon the parade ground of the Common
Saturday morning were startled by the
sudden appearance among them of a per
fectly nude man, who danced and jumped
about like a jmnplng-juck and uttered un
intelligible cries. Seulug that he did not
mean to hurt them they improved the op
portgulty to have some fun with him, and
spoil were chasiug him about the damp
turf, yelling and shrieking lu delight.
A crowd of male spectators soon gain-
-1 v -. , . I "ii'i limn
made, a dash for Monument Hill, the
crowd stringing out ucmuu lu earnest
pursuit. I'pon reaching thi top of the
bill the Insane man kneit down tiKn the
stejm of the monument ami began to pray
fervently. A polieemau attached to Sta
tion 4 soon made his appearance, where-
upon the lunatic rushed to a plank walk,
lifted it up aud took out hLsclothcs where
he Ltd them kiu hiding. After he had
dressed he was taken to Station 4, w here
he said his name was Win. Way or Wier.
His faco was quite badly bruised, aud he
appeared to be pretty well used up.. Tho
police await the appearance of the man's
FAX AXTI-MOXOl'OLY TICKET.
Ben Butler of Massachusetts, and Con
gressman Reagan of Texas.
Nkw YoitK, April I'l. It Is stated that
a conference was held la this city last
week between General ltutier, Walter
II. Sharpe, Henry Nichols, Jno.
W. Keogn and Jno. F. Henry, at which
arrangements were made for the nomina
tion of General Butler for President, and
Congressman Keagan for Vice-President,
by the anti-Mouopoly party, and an un
derstanding was arrived at with tho
Greenback party, by which they were to
ratify the nomination at their convention.
Walter 11. Sharpe Is to have cliarL'e of
SNOW IX KANSAS.
Treea and Flowers Blooming ia a Snow
Wkstmokk, Kax., April 21 It is snow
ing hard this morning, though the trees
aud tlowers ure In foliage. It would not
be healthy for the weather clerk to put lu
an appearance here now.
A Furious Snow Storm.
Coxcokdia, K.i9., April 21. A violent
w iud and rain storm began last nlu'ht at
twelve o'clock, striklug this place from
the northwest, and continuing to rage
until ten o'clock this morning, when it
turned to snow, and at this hour is
sweeping lu all its fury, apparently all
over tlie country from east to west
Snow at Chirnett, Kansas.
Gaiixktt, Kas., April 21. Three kiehts
of snow fell hist nicht aud couunuts to
fall this morning. Trees are ia bloom and
corn Is up.
Snow at Kansas City.
Kaxsas City, Mo.. April 21. A lijLl
euow has been falling the crvater par: of
the forenoon and melting on tie grvuuJ
Advices deuote a heavy n:afall ize
Southwest duriu the pas': week.
Wasiilxgtvn, D. ?., April 21. I;
coin; to be tiliku'.t for :he Hous Cv
n.i:tee oa Ic;; KiUrc'iis :j a;t
eou'-'Iti'-ioa 1 2 ' pivposriloa l?w :xci-
the i'jyr..eL cf in Pi
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the -iopti-r.. P.- z.-."..zs '. kiv:
as blz tt -.Tjt f.i j.T rl.'.n it!
heated dt-.s-v Th rtpr-.-er.u;..'- 'A
the various r.-ids -hkh nili r. t,Z-r.i-A
by the action of the co.'.xo.tw- ir: ca ti
alert, aud each laeeUiigbag-:, wa:ciA-l
Wasm.sfiTo.v, D. C., April 21. A i-iV
committee of the Senate Committee on
Privileges and Elections submitted Vj the
full committee this morning the testimony
taken In the Mississippi and Virginia in
vestigations. The committee decided to
sustain the action of the Danville feub
commiUee in ruling out the u-stiioony
offered by Governor Vance, for the pur
pose of exposing the alleged frmdulent
practices of Colonel Sims. This action
of the full committees virtually closes thy
investigations. The reports of the re
spective sub-committees will now be pre
pared and submitted to the full committee
as soon as possible.
The National Homo.
W.Hiutitoi', D. C., April 21. The
House Committee oa Military Affairs
to-day agreed to report favorably a Joint
resolution proposing the appointment of
William B. Franklin, John U. Clark and
Thomas W. Hyde to fill vacancies lu tho
Board of Managers of the National Home
for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers.
Fixing the Hour.
Washington, D. C, April 21. In the
House this morning Mr. Morrison, from
the Ways aud Means Committee, reported
a resolution, fixing the hour of lueoting
daily at eleven o'clock. Adopted.
Duty on Works of Art.
Washington, D. C, April 21. A bill
decreasing the duty on works of ait from
thirty to ten per cent, was agreed on by
the House Committee on Ways and Means
A KABUl, TOO.
A Jewish Sensation at LittlaBock, Ark.
Lrnu: Hock, Auk., April 21. This
city has been shaken by a startling sensa
tion, liabbi Benson, in charge of the
Jewish congregation here, has had a blue
eyed German damsel employed as a do
mestic iu his family, who charges tho.dis
peuser of spiritual irabulum with attciiint.
ing unspeakable liberties with her, and
will bring the matter to the ifti.nt.i ,.r
the Grand Jury. Yesterday afternoon the
liabbl's congregation held a protracted
secret session, and, after discussing ami
denouncini! the conduct. tt ti, d.i.i.i
summarily dismissed him from pastoral
charge, refusing to acccptany explanation
or permit 111111 10 resign,
Arrival of Over 300 Mormons at Castlo
Nkw Yohk. Anrll 21. Thn o f lumvunri
fonr hundred and sixty emigrants arrived
at Castle Garden yesterday, the largest
..umurr muiieu this year. Among the
Htet rago passengers were 318 Mormons;
SnS . J1,,ttvl'"- Thoy were ac
M a r 7 Mormon mis-
of t 'vi"111'' l'"mowith the fruit
- f ,yiUM l,r"lytinu tour. Ther
JO t Ltah to-morrow. y
FIRE AT SEA.
1 Porlloua Voyage of a French
Stoamer from Now Orleans
TroHundwd and Fifty Miles With a Fierce
Fire Eaging Between Decks and
Hatches Battened Down.
Interviews With Prominent Irishmen on
the Value of Dynamite as a Levcler
Bkhmuiu, April 21. Tho French
steamer Marseille from New Orleans,
bound to Bordeaux, was discovered to be
on fire three days after leaving New Or
leans. A terrilllc gale waa prevailing at
the time. The hatch was opened and
fifty bales of cotton jettisoned, but the fire
was so intense that the crew and passen
gers, though working with the euergy of
meu;auxious to save their Uvea, '.ad to aban
dou operations, not, however, oefore sev
eral cases of asphyxia occurred. The
hatches were then battened dowu ami it
was decided to sail for Bermuda, 230
miles distant. On arriving here, with the
assistance of the naval authorities, tho
tire was finally extinguished. Had the
deck of the vessel been entirely of wood
nothing could have saved the ship.
I.oxixi.N, April 21. Tho Times pub
lishes interviews with prominent Irish
men in the French capital. Among them
Patrick Casey, of the llonitvaur I'nirtT.vj,
who is strongly in favor of the dynamite
IoJicy, and upholds the Irish Inviucibles
in the doctrine they avow and the cours
they pursue. He declare it probable that
the dynamite policy will be extended to
blowing ur Atlantic
and mereh.mtuieu, thus ruining Enaud's
J.lIUeS Stephens, formerly s V. r::i
hesi Center. howe'Vr. eon.Vmrw tirf rr'v.
ciplcs and practices of the dynamiters and
advocates aa .rmtt revolution. .The
00 nuance ef the dynamic tvlicv. he
tiluks. !:i-.ar.s crrtaia death to rtvvla
t.taary a.Jauou darlai tie ;n-v
zi Suivraiioa, aai rvrha; s ior-
lead !otri;..a of Irlssa fri-
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m fi.fi oi-rnoney vo-i ;,j t: JrA-.mi,ily
(i'liuuAs'.i'ih lor lot: 'i'.ri: t.'j Ai.-x-andria
i Mi'i'.ovr.vfK-sT , rur. vjrr..
Ix.vi).v, April 2J. -ir".,';i dli-p-iVfu-s
state that v n Vi'.Vr 1 v,
far recorered Jroin Vt- jv u.U';lc of
lumbago, which ;ifir.;i :, r v her room
on Saturday, as to i, , )rnh thi
Yiv.y. iv a '.'.i.rnjfr.
Lom.',v, April 21.-P;r': at. the Tag's
Bank Colliery, In the w x-,,ty of
Durham, earned a ,w, :&, H. S:ren
hundred men are thrown out of emplof
Paris, April 21. Iri-ii v)fycm
fclderably exercised ov r ;. l.i-l ycnterday
between two well-known lreuent5rs of
headquarters of the dnaxlters. Joseph
Casey, a Fenian, and a;-l-iixj S;ulfy, an
Irish-American, h id words on Saturday,
during which Ca'-cy.,,.,1i(J,;1.,j Scully as
an inlormer. The latte r f jalcNgai the
former to a duel. The pnrties met out
side the city. D.rg..rs were selected an
the weapons. Altjr n lew j,ai,agcs Scully
was slightly wounded in the neck.
Friends then Interferred arid brought
about a reconciliation.
ltKI'OItT OK A MASH.M l:i;tMsr i(K.fITKrJ.
Caiiio, Aprli'2l. Although the Govern
ment has used every exertion to obtain
olllclal news la regard to the report that
430 reiugees and a portion of the Shendy
garrison have been massacred while on
their way In a steamer fromShemly toBcr
ber.nothlng confirmatory ha bin recived,
and the story is disbelieved.
Advices from Shendy urc to the effect
that Mahdi's emissaries nr.- Htlrrlng up
the friendly Sheiks to revolt mid attack
tin ir native enemies, claiming that they
lire worse than the English.
London, April 21. The Foreign Con
uls at Kharttnim report April y that Gen
eral Gordon considers the time for re
treating has arrived. Cordon will eud
with Colonel Stewart and Vice-Consul
Power, who arc to return to Lower ligypt
'jy way of i,Anyssiiiia, all foreigners who
choose to accompany them. Gordou has
himself no intention of retreating. Ho
hopes England will yet send him aid.
All About a Pig.
SiiKMivvin.K, Iu.., April 21. Chief of
Police Beggs yesterday ordered a pig be
longing to George A Cook, proprietor ' of
tilt Ellington House, to be taken to tho
poimd. Cook, feeling that he was tho
victim of gross injustice, hunted up
Beggs and iu a rage brutally assaulted
him with a knife. The policeman with
the aid of his club proved lobe more than
a match for the irate landlord, and in a
liiind-to-haud struggle managed to over
lome him. Cook was arrested.
There are 81,717 clertryrnenj WCfiej
i"H suites ana u,2ij7.aiicoi
Heavy rains la Arkansas liavo-oansedl
8tis)eiusion of farm work ia many locah
Tho Gorman cholera commission thlnte
there will bo no outbreak ol cholera this
Dispatches from tho Govemor-Generar
of Cuba indicate that Agucro la bux
A waterspout destroyed a house and rail
road bridge and killed a boy In Dude
Kyptlau rebels massacred a steam
boat load of refugees from Sheudy bound,
The brigantine J. M. Hill went ashoro
a mile south of Milwaukee pier. Tho
caw was saved.
Frank DewaJt, cx-Presldentof the First
National Bank of Leadvllle, has been ar
rested as a defaulter.
According to Washington advices, Ger
many is still scandalized at tho doings of
Catlin, American consul at Baden.
France, Germany and Austria liavo
agreed to send exhibits to the electrical
exhibition in Philadelphia next fall.
Franco having agreed to the English
proposals for financial reform in Egypt,
no European conference will be called.
Mahone says the young lcadjustiT9
who called on Blaine made a mi-takc.
This ls.no time for social calls on Blaine.
Nituwegebmv, the Dakota Indian train
ing for the nix-day walk in New York,
ran four miles in tweuiy-twoauiuutcs yes
terday. General Gordon has sent word that
owing to the difficulty in niaiutalningcoru-
muincauous, tie will henceforth act on
his own responsibility.
In an iutcr-State cavalry tournament,
seven cavalry companies competed at
Charleston, S. C, the first honors being
carried off by the Georgia Hussars.
Carneilsou, who horsewhipped Judge
lu-id at Mount Sterling, Ky., says tne
eliastisemeiit was not ior the decision
rendered, but for other personal wrunirs.
An Indian Territory lmrse-thief escaped
from jail besetting lire to the building.
lUs clothes were on fire when he was
rescued and he gat away in the coiifu-ion,
stealing the horse uf the man who rescuod
Frank James' Trial.
IU-!siu.K, Ala.., April 21. In the
James trial to-day defendant's counsel
introduced Mr. Sloan, one of the atbT
ntjs, to corrolvrate the evidence of Tay
lor as to aa entry on his blacksmith book,
which is besmeared with ink ami
scratched 1 and otherwise showing it
had tvtn tampered with. Sbaii
txaiiilned the book, hoping to
i:. evidtnoe beneilcial to the defendant,
fvu;id ithiu. The dates of the ac
c.'wl: wtn.-lt.-nt tU-lal in proving an a. ibi
j u; cause, iric cross-examination was
s.vx', the dt reuse endeavoring to
iow that FTanS James never belonged
to the Jau-.es gar.g. Brown. Justice of
; i-v i t-. v .lji.H', leuil., To;iU' ei
r or inal na: rs in tie suit referred to
i -i w;;.ss Fields.
E.cyci ts. Horse.
Tm;:. Xzt'1 2i.-The
;-i toire.v2Gt, riding
day, wr.uirjiv?.l at oae
.7 ir. ,rz':rs. Aait.-vja
:'i 7 -is"
z: iz?z. A t'.-.z Iv.r-J..hn S.
srr.:.'-.K u. 1 M.s .rz,z-i-, a.terriav.- i on
Th-s tv lif.-.-r v..U
!.:, :h --t on tt'-.-jT 1, U-a;::.g t-.-h
t a :.:Y.-. a.vl a qriirter.
Srain and Vrov.u.oim.
M'iMiAV, April -'1. 11.
T. I;I. IS.
ATTO-ft-ilj ; in i) :mir,
yuit.Hrn-.uij ; XXX Uchoiee. t-i.'W't'',:
J.40;f.t.. f". T.'j- I'l
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-V' 4 itc-1. l in.
t,i:-rti a ly; No. 2niix.-l, 4-!'i:i:ie; No. 2
wli.U- ml 1 .-!. V.-4.',se.
iiKlw- l;oJl; Nij. ', .l',''fMc,
fsrr. Sv-iuJy : No. i, :'r,n
7 ob o-f-lrm; ;tl eoniirmn f') choice,
1'i"Yti'fi leaf; comiii'in r'l Imtf, f.-.eo'i
J')'i; iiii-1iijiji 10 iri( 'iJ ..rvi.
Hr-I'rainc ( VlMHl '" lor iirime; ll..VJ
12.0; t'ir -hi, ;; muni f ly.M fi.r ediiuiiori to
(r:rn-: tmiotl.y Uit prime lo fancy.
fli'1'jy.lv rteaijy: vlmii-o lo funcy eieainc ry,
Ul'i.'.l':, dairy, xA to choice iiVitS.c; un-1 " e.
fi,r M;!irctlori; low irnelc" riominul.
Y.. Jfitn-r; fre-h, ',i:.
I'iHTok Vu.et unl Hcmly; Kasti-rn.
' Norttiern, bottoai and lUmoi-i.
'oHKImIl; slaii'lard mess, fPi.fV'i; Imnl
l.uio -teady; prirmi Bteam, noiiiinul at
IU' o. I.oiik-1. !4'ee; hhorts l:.c: clear
Wooi-'f iin-wa-ficil chulco. inc.
(llimi, :i t;c; unwui-hi 1 meUiuiii, Ztij,iv; uw
aicl coiirm ora l' s. IV'.l o.
HiliK.s-t.iijit.; lry Hint. I';e; ilarnap'-il,
IS'.-ju: liul)'irs B'H. le'i 'lle; dry salo-il. ! ;;
dry n,ilo-d, I'am.ive I. Hi;; kip and' cull, s t . t-l"
!i'4e; :a niiK. d, m,c: tiiillHiunl sluirs, 1 c; vn i ii'
uneurifl, s'c; diUMiiif d. 'tc.
hiiKKP I'hirs -t' H'ly; ificen. Tiv.mc: d'-y
do, i'l'i'in:., as lo amount ami nun jty uf wool
ln-cn siciu lins, !."; dry do, UMi; lumlj
ski is, Z. lit, i"c.
W'iikat Lower; April, W,'4e; Miry, S0'ac;
June, Ni?;c; July, !i,c; Auuust, ( m
CoH.N-Weuker; April, fil'ie; May. 82c
June, .ri,T,c; July, .Vi ve.
.Mis-Wcakerj April, ai4C; May, :t;'4e;
June. !Bc; July.lttVt.
I'okk-DiiII; May, tffl.(K); Juno, $l.72'.i;
I.Aim-I.ower; May, fsjo; Jm,0i J8.I0; July,
S. .HI. "
Hiioiit Hi us-May, 8. 15; Juno, ?s."J; July,
Wheat Klrim-rs No. 3 Kcd, May, ,f 1.n!','7.
1.113 Si June, l.(ir,V'tl.U55ii July, tl.uV. i.
l.ll'.Sii Anmi-t, fl.li.V',.
OiiiN-Hixheri May, UlifjBle; 1 June,
oats-Weak; Western, Aprll,:jjci May.
i'i!fiSui June, ilii'.CillTe.
I'iiovisioss I'oik llull; spot- tncsfl, iflrt.vi
ffMH.iii; l.iinl Wcukeri sti ani, May, tbJv.ts
s.liJ; June, ts.52iiS..VJ.
Live Stock Markets.
Hons ltceclpts, 15,1X11): prices Tie lower;
lltdit, f.'Ki(.-.MI; rmirli piiekjiu. ri.-(l',),Hu;
heavy paeklnir and shipping, .'!) (, tl.r.",.
(,'Arn.K ltccelds, 11,4ml: weak: Klc lowcrj
exports, I'l.XV'd'l.iliii (foixl tir oaoleo, f."i.'Ki4i
U.2U: common to I'uir, f.'i.av,.').;iii.
t-HKKl' Kceelpta, 2,.'IUii stiumsr, eoiauiou 10
choice, f KtjO.Uu.
Cattle Dull; lair to K"od ,'stwrs, f."...1O0
HiiKliP ITnsct.tlcd: fa'r to (rood Western
Kin C. f4.T'Knll.iin; elicili'c to liuiey, (fl..'(u)il,uU;
jfoed Wvstcril liimlis, JH.av-fT.ai.
I loos Quiet; friMMl to ehoh'o Yorkers,
J'i.HO'.riJl; ir.iod II. e Hum welKhlrt, (II.UU(u,U.lUi
Cattlk Kem-liiMs, 1.91: stesrlyi tintlvo
steers, lr, to lHiliAtM. nverune, f .'ci.ii.iiO; others,
II(M1 Keolptn. L'.mni; Blovr; lots. Silll to
lbs. avoiaife, $-t t'.'' malii'y. Kt.M'tf.m,
SiiKNH Uueetpts, l.UUD; unlet tin I uu
ciiauiiud. .. v.
R iVT-- : H -fs
llnk. TUP CDFAT -lf
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica.
Lumbago. Backache. Headache, Toothache,
More Thri.nl. MuflllnK. Sprains, llruitea,
rnll. I'hi.I I1iIk.
INn I.L 111 Dial III. nil. I m.Ns a Ml 4IHM.
Boll I; UlUiiUU .1. I ll. l, r. rwrralirn.. MHr Lshl. WU.
Inrwiir.ii. in II l..i.nuf.i.
TIIKC II AHI.KS .. VOOf I.KII O.
uoulu t co i oni.r, a j., r.g. A.
I -j J. 1 ,, C'JTCF CRCCR.
1 30 'dNlCN SQUARE N'LWvYORK.
tfUAQQ 0A';5. kUAVv
ILL. MASS. GA.
rCR SALE f3Y
II. Steagalii & Co.. Cairo. Ill,
til St. Charles St., ST. LCCIS, MO.
A rutilarflrn.lnn'o r,f two rii'-.tlciil
r'n f.... f,, v n . ' 'i '-1 -ii Htf. -l In Uit tr-t-t'.','1
,: V!"'"1""' N.-i-voim, iMun nn.l
"' I I'.-' -'-" sli 01 v "!ii' r j.ln.i. iaii lu
rt. Ia'jIi. a, ci's f.-.j-.-r ii utel ail ;j r-l-know.
I .il..-u:t:it-.n t r,".i-.. r b tiilt,
ff-f a:.il 1 r, v I t.-l A irli r,.j!v talk i.r hl. i;.n.iti
cuts ii'Uhtiiv. When It I. Iii.-.,rivi-iil-m I.) vhlt
tlK-i Itv l.jr tfi-.itiu. -Hi. rut- li'-iuts nti t -nt
1V ii.nl I or ni-r i cveri h n-. CnraliU-r.m-
irn.-irai,i.-(..t; vi t,.-r Ooutjt tilslsU la IranklT
Hal- 'l. ta.l or V rit-,
Vhralral Wyaknn Wirrurlal and othfr
;"f''Jpn,iofThrot,Sklii nd Bonn, liloo.l
lmparltl nil Blooil I'olaonlng. Kkln Affw
l!f!"L?!!!A',r!'l?!!Ll'r, Impfdlmeut to
M ltf.K Al. rt.i:s refflrw apcflal ntuntlon.
DlwaHfarialnir from ImpruilpnrM, Yxcmw,
It 1 n-;r-.-vl (l.-r, t that a r hviimii pavlni
par.lrul.ir alO-ntion to a cla- of r;ii att.ilm
vn-nt 'kill. bt,. i..vvi,.:1i,, r. ifiii;ir .rai'ti-
ail ovi-r lli.T coittitrv kiioulnir u,.. f rcon. ntly
rf:coiiiiii..iel ra-1:s loili.-ol.i--t .ilir.- In Ann-rl-ra.
-h-r i-vi-ry kin.ii ni j,l i :iti.-.. I n-(irlc(!
to. ami the ieov..,l t-oo.i rem... lie uf alt
bl'h uihI i-oiintrii nr.- in. .1, A wlioli- Iimikc H
iin il for o Mi. 1 iiri.o-.-siin.l all an- In.-aH-.l with
' J . i" r"k'"',f"1 '"hi't; ami. kiiowliof
hat to ilo. no .. rlnifi.t-am niii'li'. m nr
Coiint of Hi.: i;ri-iii niiiiii,.r H(..lvlnr. the
rliarjti's arc ki-pl low. oii.-n lower ilian ili-
ii. aii'li-il li otlii-n. If oii -i. .-iiri' tin-kill ami
ko t n.,. i..'- ami .i-n-i i nr.. rum. that b tlm
iii. oitaiit matlrr. Jaui,liltt, !H .age. bt-lit
to any aililrt'Mi Im p,
platW iMARRIAGE GUIDE, (pages
Klft'snt rlolh ninl tilt liliellnir. SimI.mI for 10
fin Hi io-t:e'.. or rnrriMirv. Dvpr II I'I y wmi.
ili-rlul pi n tnr.-s. triii- to'llfr. art i.-l.-n on thu
follonliiir .-iil-J.-.-t-. : Wh-i mat mai rv I wlinimt:
yhy'f I'roi.i-r ai:.-to inai i-v.' lio marrv llrt.
5l.niho.i-l. oiu.iiili-io.l. riiVHiral ili-ray'. Wlin
Jhoiihl marry. Ilow III'.-in,. 1 In). pin,-. s niav b
liicrin-i-.. 1 ioh iinirrii-1 or i-oiiti iiiplatliit'
tnarr Inu hoiiil ren-l It. Itouirlit to In- real
l-y all a-liilt prr-'ins. tlo-n kept uti-l-T lork ami
key. l'o.nl:ir e.ltloii,atneH nliovi-, hut l.aiiiT
cov.-r ami suu i.agcs, 2i ctaH by mall, la luoui-v
ivmwj gROTrrirvaiaa rap
l"ivri, tininaiurii dicuv
H i'l fiuluro to iiirlorm lf,.'
(lull.-a nr.irirrlynru cuiis-, ,
rv. r.s,., t.r,M f vU.
will hml a p-rf.-rt ami latii,
rr. tor,-, tion to l olni.i Ih iiIiIi
Hioiil Tlsnniii. KiiinlioiMl in
THE MAPSTON BOLUS.
.m'ii i. r i ir.iiiin li ilruk'nniK Dor
. - ni-tniiii. iita. 'I in-. trr.it ini-nt of
Vniiii.l!,- I,,y ami
mMW..ri . i '.T ''vi'i niioriiiiy
newiind Ulreet Im-iliciiU ami iili-nliitr thovi
aiiiVliii.-M. 1 nil iiilorinnimn and Trout iao (rr.
A'litrrHH ( ;inmil t tna I'liv-irirn of
WARSTON REMEDY CO., 40 W.14th St., NwYork.
a lavoniB prnflrripiion or ono or mv
tDngtnotd and nucctMNful ntw-lallatii In tho O. Hi
(now ri-ilrrd i for thociir of Xrvoa itrMHtjh
I, out MntihooA, IVtahnetn n.U( Itrray. Heal
la plalu avaluii u vuloporee. liruggutui cu fill iW
Addrail PH. WAHU a CO.. Loulalint. Ma,
oik 'I'm-; human muy km.ahukh. in- vi t"
OTi:i)..stui:n;thi,:.m;h." i:.,-., in i,,t,-r,
ailvi-i-tl-i-niriit , oil-run u I l,,i'r. Inr i.mii-
lliiirinii mi mil Kiy linn llu i,- is no i-viMriim n't Iiiiiu'
DiiimliiiiillliiH. Ilnllin i-,,iilriii-v. t ,i., i-,.n,s, r.,,,
Ti'i'i' M.r.i . liiiii.ii,,. '.- j-,.,
r i i . 1 1 1 -i r-i l.v n.nii rsMiiit
III!. II. II. KANK, of Iho U-ljilln.-rf
. , mw i-ii.-r, i, ii.-nit'iiy wii.in-y
iiy -inn fun run- hlm-nr iiulrkl. anil alnlnl,. F ir l-.lllilii.
i. I." J " fr'im - "ilii'-iil iaiv.11.-nl m.n.-.,a,lilrci
U. II. kik, a.U.,l0Ullloabl.. Iwklllr,
WJ 1 r i
NE"v ACV5WTJ 8MKSTS.
Iti ail.-r, 'our rintiit inlnn-d i u r.lnularB, nil
raritf, w.iod Mlr.s. etc ,to rflub'li.ti you iiruiiui-i
iy in n!nn our H I Y I AMI' IU li.Nr.lt: I
l"iiK Hi i il id ; tin all uiupf-; ui.ra iiir-! Hk'iiitli
'il'k ! cu- e ilm: or; ler r '' II mtj j.o hlo
in or un, lo. ioua or t:iin ii' ooii wli.k; iul
't'lfmit if ni-i.i-. ; t!i n.lltwl'h tit r.-iiioviiit' t'li'
t-r "r tli inncy ; ti-j wcarihK mil rcrvwi or rollai
laKta irii vt-urN. ritl H at H!lil ; rsi lu'iTJ K-i
''lory iflvuii! 'l";i'o, ,o.-l aid, ; i:. Fur llln
Irirutl circular, I. unioi.iH n. a't-n'n' rui or
t Truc, I'tc.. udort-i-'i 'I f K liilll.MX .i0. l!U.
Mtthmlc St., .Vwark, N. J. 1'learu tn-jntU
To introdtirM i.tir lu i
SATIN. -1 and VKI vi?- -
pi.atpakl '.u bt aiitilul plBc, brli;
ui.'ir. n i uuicrKiit, ami facto co
t-.iiiniK u niuam iiiriiua for II
For M rtr oK.h ... tt......
'l'iri-i, or !) -innli cuuarra for IK i-t. u'..
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HU:i:,UMli-tnTwitu VAtL'AULK TKKATIhK on
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ciiltv. Such treated tuc- ri'T y ro t
ce-rfallr without an Irmt- 1 II 1 Olilr
anct-nl failure. Alentiou this paper.
The development of tho treatment of Tantea
witn nwm spectne aeenn to wonderful, that all
no aiiiicteu cliou d write ut.
Cancer For Fourteen YearsJ
Spananbnrt;, S. C , March 14, IsnI,
I have fur 1 1 yearn been atuffererf rom a running
mre on my fact: that eveiybody called a Cam Kit. D
have urn d over g; U worth of roedlciiiH and found,
no relief. About four month ago 1 bought one!
bottle ot bum e t-aerinc from lr. U. E. Hein tab
and ulnce hava boticht live otherc, have taken it.
and they have (.t iiKi) mb tound and well I My far.
ia at free from a core at anybody's, and my health
ft perfect' re-tored. I feel like forty yeart had
been lifted oil my beau
Mr. B. P, Burnt. Hope, Ark., ay, under date of
Jan. a. lt!4: "i nave taken nvc bottiesof Hwlft't
Wpeclllc fora tore on my temple-eald to be a can
cer. 1 have been wonderfully benefited and will
oou do a wen man. (
Mr. W. K. ftolilt .n. Dnvlsboro. Oa.. wrilct. nn
der date of January 3, iMil: I am Kettlnc on finely
the ulrur It urndtiiilly healing. I feel that Swift'a
Specltlc will cure tlm horrible cancer which hat
been lecdlu); on me for ver il f a B.
Mr. W, 11 . Dilbcrt, Albany, (la., Pav:
"A (.'euileman named Mo ,ro near thin city bad
an cntiiiL' cancer on hit lace, which had eaten awav
hit live and hit uuderltp, and had extended up
until it had Hourly reached hit eye. The cancer
waa eatlnii hit Ktimt am! had rendered hit teeth to
lonce tnat lie thought tney mtL'ht at anv time droD
out. He hat been taklnir Kwin't Krucine about
thiec m ntht, and Us elleet has been wonderful
It has driven the poison from his system, the ran
rer Jias healed ureatly, hit teeth have become
ttroi.Kiitfaln. and he thinks he hat been rescued
from an awful death, lie it the meat enthusiattic
tnim i ever taw.
Our treatise on Mlood and Skin Diseases mailed
free to applicants.
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