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CAIRO DA TT V
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EXCITEMENT IN EUROPE.
The Phoenix Park Murderers
Arraigned for Trial.
The Scare in Liverpool -More Ar
re.U of Supposed Qynamite
U)NIon. April 3. -The Oovcrriment'i
iilll to Ik. iutr'.iii.a in tlie Common by
-ir "llllaiii MuiToiirt, llonif ecreUtrT,
iel:itly t f-xpioju,.,, WM puWUhed thli
morulnir. It j.rovMa thnt tbe mnxlmum
piiilt f..r caiiHiitK xplrMon b which
.e or propci ty la linrerihrt ahall be lf.
Inir HTMtuik'. The attempt lo ctute an
xplni.oii, or tlie innkliiK or ketplniT of
expMvM ifh intent to cause an .
p'of-lon, u tiiHtlc ptuilahable by fourteen
Jt ars liiipriM.iiinciit.
All in'CHnuriu lo crime are to b
Jrcnlet a prlncipa.. J'rovtMnn la mad
In XU I. Ill fur the ordering of orticlal Inoul
ne into the crime specified, for the
( mm:oijiihi wntief.ea ana for
'tj'-' liMii.' for explonvpi. Penaltlei will be
, innit.-ted irrepet-tlve of the damage done by
j the explosive.
Lrj.Nno.v, At.ril fl.-It U rumored at Bow
Mreot 1'ollre Court, that four more arreau
have been made in connection with the re
eeiit tlyii.'njiii- diM:loMire. The Pall Mall
fi-jzette ant: There are i!x prioner, the
namea of whom are not known now, con.
fined in How Street Station who are con
erned. in the dyniuilte conspiracy,
t hnrk-ea will probably be preferred agatuat
I.4W AGaIN'ST RXPIX)VE.
London-, April 9. A Inter from Mlcal
Davltt l published, in which be further
extireaap hi! oppoltlon to the dvnamlte
policy on the part of Irishmen. Re de
clurei that uj. U a policy la lnttane, Idlotlo
Lo.vnoy, April 9.-AU ateamen arrlvlrjjr
t London from Cot k are being aearched
forexpliwlves, but thus far none were
London. April 9. -Bullion withdrawn
from the Hank of Enaud on balance to.
LlVERi-o-MiL, April tt.-Thlrtr addi
tions! dettctivea have ben appointed on
extra duty hire. Tbe Art brigade baa been
named to be In readineia for any emer
gency which mav arUe.
T Owlni? to the receipt of letter containing
threat to blow up tbe poatoffice here,
trreat Tirccautiona are belnp taken to pre
vent the carrying out of auch a project.
OLADHTO.VF.'g COCSIN 8LICIDK8.
Liverpool. April 9. -Hugh Gladttone,
partner In tbe firm of J. M. Gladstone i
on, of this city, ooinrultted lulcide by
taking Htrrchnlne. Deceased vu a ccmiln
of I'ntuo Mlniater Gladstone.
Dt'BLLN, April 8Tb Cotirt-houia
wliere the trial of the I'hanlx Park usai
alna l to take place was btikleged tbia morn
inc by crowds earer to gain admlsalon.
Tbe authoritien, however, only admitted
the Jurors called In the case and tlfty re
porter, and they were let Into the building
at nn early hour. Judge O'Brien, who la
to hear the ca.e, took his leat on the bench
at II :1ft o'clock, when the work of (wear
ing In tbe grand lurv wan proceeded with.
Tbe pri'onera, Bradv, Kelley, Delanev,
Coflrcv, Curie v and Fitzharrii, we're
brought tothe Court-house at nlneo'clock.
They were escorted bv- a whole troop of
dnuroom. Counsel and solicitors for the
prisoners who appeared for them at tbe
examination In Rllmalnham Court
bouse wete present. Judge O'Brien
addressed the special Jurors. He
stated the Crown would allege that Lord
Frederick Cavendish' murder was no
part of the crime as concocted, but that he
was a victim to bis presence In the park
with Burke. N'evertbelem all present at
the time the murders were committed
were refponslble therefore. The Grand
Jury then retired but soon rvturned'to the
courtroom with a true bill against Joe
Brady, charging him with the murder of
Lord Frederick Cavendish and Burke.
Brady, Curly, Kelley, Thoma Cafferey
and Fitzharrls were each arraigned sepa
rately. Pleaded not guilty. All were bald
Paris. April 9,-The police are keeping
a close watch over a number of Russian
refugees here, who tbey suspect are con
nected with tbe alleged plot to take the
life of the Czar at the time of the corona
lion. It Is reported that some French
detectives will proceed to Moscow to assist
the ltUNxlan police in watching suspected
Bkrun, April 9. Conrad, tbe murder
erofhis wife and four children, whose
sentence of death the Emperor refused to
commute, was beheaded lu the court-yard
of the prison here this morning. Forty
three persons witnessed tho execution.
Conrad protested his Innocence to tie
CorENHAOKN. April 9, It Is feared the
fact that the Socialist Congress was held
here will add to tbe difficulties already
existing between Prussia and Denmark,
The I'ru'xlan (invemment blames the Dan
ish mil Mry for their want of vigor In sup
presNing the gathering.
THE ST. LOUIS DIAMOND SMUG
An Uninion Scoring United States Officers
W ashington, April 9.-The Rolloltor ot
the Jrcnsury, the lion. Kenneth Rayner,
hai delivered an opinion In the Cuendet
case, and It U it stinger. It scores District
Aiiorney BIIm and Surveyor of Customs
Mbltni'y unmercifully, and recommends
that their remarkable compromise be
promptly rejuctcd. He begin by a state
mem of the. te, In which he save Cuendet
smuggled .1,4;u worth of diamonds and $003
wonli of other goods, and, being detected,
confessed tln snmo and offered not only to
pay the full value of the (food and duties,
but an additional penalty of fifty per cent,
and did deposit W,Slo40 with him for
this purpose, niixs and Whitney, be save,
to his surprise, recommend In their lettere
that this be accepted. The law provides
that goods smuggled be seized and confis
cated, and that wliere the goods themselvos
cannot be seized the full value of them msr
be taken and tho customs duties also col
lected , n also provides that persons may bo
criminally prosecuted for the attempt ts)
amUf git. THa ritmrlrtlilf
PA ID1 FT 1 TXTITQ rTTTWarv 1 V iranif.r,. . .
offers not only the full value of the goods
and duty, but II fly pur cent additional.
Can It be, he asks, tlmt this Is lutumled a
a payment to Induce the Government to
compound a fellouy, and by which this man
may save himself from u criminal proso
cutlonf If such an offer was extorted
from him under duress, those who did so
did it without legal right did
wrong In doing so. Iu so doing
tbey assumed legislative power
to Increase tbe petmltv and Judicial power
In taking action left t'i the courts by law. It
is no answer to this to sav tlmt Cuendet of
fered this. Tbey had no" right to exact or
accept It, He quotes from the letters of
.Bliss and Whitney, j;iH, ,.,v,: "In my
opinion, In view of the amount offered us a
t:omroinli) In the ca-e, the end of publio
Justice do not require a prosecution of the
ctse criminally. Wbitne sara: The offer
embraces a' beavv ' penalty, aud,
In my opinion, public Interests would
not be subserved by continuing the prose
cution." Pautl and Mrollnl.
Nr.w York, April B.-Mrue. Adeline
Patti gave a private party at the W indsor
Hotel t" a few fentlfinen friends, among
others i: n. r Brlgnoll. Tbe dinner was
wbollv ; .i. Tb prima donna had
been lin i,. . nt. ud a dinner party to
have been a.-n In her honor Sunuav eve
ning by .Mis. I'araii Stevens, but had been
obliged to decline, she said, 1 - mi? she
Is to ting at th At-adi.-tnv i u-ic this
evenlog. "I was very sorry," .id Mine.
I'm tt, "to be obliged to ileciino Mrs.
Stevens' invitation, but where there are la
dles present one has to do so much talk
ing that it tires me very much, and I al
ways have to refune such invitations when
dinner is too near th evening on which I
sing. I'm afraid of petiimr tired and In
juring my throat. At a little party like
mine, wbere the Kuest are all gentlemen,
It Is not so trying to me. for they usnallv
entertain themselves and I'm not obliged
to talk so much.
"Do you expectto return to America
next soasonr' '
"I hope to do so, but If I do come It will
be my farewell, when I av farewell,
some of tuy friends think I'm goln' to
leave the stage, and I tin expect to d8 so
eventually, but, not rkht away. But still
so far as America Is concerned' it would be
my farewell. You tee I've engagement to
fill elsewhere that will take four seasons,
so that I cannot leave the stage until I've
filled them and there's only one seaion
In a year I must sing In Kpaln.'ltaly.BussiR,
Germany and several other countries be
fore my real farewell will occur. -'Friday
Is my last right here," Madame pattl
continued as the reporter arose to go,
"Then I shall go to Philadelphia. Sing
their on Tueadav, Wednesdav and Satur
day. I hope the 'operatic' war' will be
over before I return from Europe, I don't
believe that Madam Nllsson said all the
things she is reported to have said. But
this whole thing Is too bad, and I hope It
will be over." "Yes," Interrupted sig
nor Xlcolinl, who was present. "I hope
so, too. I don't want to come again until
the newspapers outgrow their anti
pathy for me. If I conn, however, I shall
not oome to sing. I'm coming over here to
teach how to play billiards: yes, billiards'."
and Mms. Paul and Slg. Mcollnl laughed
heartily at tho Idea oi Klcollnl plaving
Excitement in St. Louis Over the Suspen
sion of George Bain's Mammoth
St. Lov. April 9. Much excitement
was wused on 'Change this afternoon by
tbe reported failure of Geo. Huln. Mr.
Bain was met at hi office on Commercial
street, and he talked freely about the mat
ter, not showing any desire for conceal
ment. "I am hard up." he said, "and I have
suspended for a time. But I own, clear
of debt, twice as much money as the
amount I owe. I will pay everv 'dollar of
my lndebtednees.wlth interest. and that too
In a very short time. Xobodv will have to
wait very long for his money. "
"W bat was the cause of the suspension?' '
be was asked.
"Only the vicissitudes of business.
Nothing more. I have not lost one single
dollar in speculation, not one dollar. I
have spent a great deal of monev lately. I
have built the ble Atlantic Mills', and I 'run
the Phoenix Mills and the Cltr Mills, too,
you know. I had purchased large amounts
of wneat and had to consign them in Eu
rope, Matters did not como out exactly na
I thought they would and the result U that
I have been caught for a short time, noth
' 'Then It Is only a temporary suspen
"Yes. and only a very temporary one,
too, at that. As I told" you, I will par
every dollar, with Interest."
The Atlantic and the Phoenix mills will
be closed for a time as soon as thev are out
of wheat. One of Mr. Bain's employes.
In talking about the matter, expressed
great confidence. "W'hv," said he,
'these new mills, the Atlantic, are worth
at least $2M,0u0 alone. Well, the whnlo
encumbrance on It Is only J100.000. His
other property Is In tho same condition."
A number of Mr. Bain's creditors called
while the reporter was there, and all ex
pressed their utmost oonfl.lence. The At
lantic and tho Pboeuix Mills are owned by
stock companies, In which Mr. Bain holds
ANOTHER HOTEL FIRE.
0ns Man Burned to Death and Others Nar
Locran House, the oldest We
el In the cltv
ewned bv Mrs. Rover. Uter in ;..
Logan, was burned to the ground .Sunday
nlbt. Mrs. Roger and two girl nar
rowly escaping with their lives. R. W.
Snape, anent for Adams ft Wathenc, rub
ber stanfp manufacturers of St. Louis, was
burned till his corpse was a charred, unre
cognizable mass. The tiro commenced in
the second story; cause unknown, The
furniture In thj third story was nil lost.
All the furniture of the lower story and
part of that of the second story was saved.
The building Is a total wreck.
Mr. Snape, who was burned to death
went to St. Louis from Chlcagoabout three
weeks ago. Mr. Adams says he wa an
ntelllgent, gentlemanly young nun. 11
has friends and relativee In Chicago.
Am EluliMint German Trag;ellnn'i Nuc
Chicago, April 9. The last perform
ance of Ludwlg Barnay, tbe eminent
German tragedian, given here Huiidav
night, was a great ovation. The box oillce
uud doors opened with the sale of standing
Ottawa, April 9.The Government
rejected the latest proposition made with
leferenos to the admission of American
whiskies. Mr, Pratt, secretary of the
American Distiller's Association, has left
the city. .
A Fatal Quarrel.
Cincinkati, April Tbe Times-Star
Marietta, O., special says: KnbertMo
Klnney was fatally shot at Bull Creek, a
short distance above here, bv a man
HORROR OF HORRORS.
Inhuman Treatment of the Insane tt
Boston, April 0,-The Tewksberry
Alms-House hearing was resumed. Goy
eruor Butler was absent. Charles D.
Marsh, clerk of the alms-house said the
oriifltntl bonks bad been delivered. Mrs.
runnle K. Dudley, formerly night watch
woman at Tewksberry, testltled seeing a
body of a woman ami child In the trunk.
She often found children tn tbe fouudling
bo-plial neglected. She saw a bottle ol
morphine used to quiet the Infants. She
reported It to Capt. Marsh who attended to
It ten duy after. One Infant was given In
charge of an insane inmate, who smothered
It with a pillow, but she was told by Cap
tain Marsh to keep the matter quiet,
u lillu I w as olght watchman about seven-lv.-thrce
babies died and one lived.
Sometimes when the children
were hungry In tho night Iearriedin the
food, but Mrs. Mann found that out aud
When I went over tbe foundling depart
ment to work many of the beds were in an
outrageous coudlilou. I fouud an Insane
' i-uiuaii in a cell without any bed. She was
a'.iended by an
INSANE IDIOT OlM..
They yave th woman one meal a day and
this idiot girl carried It, end, instead of
giving It to the woman threw It away. We
took tpe woman out aud she soon fleshed
out nod became well. There was a woman
Margtret Henuesy, lu one of the cells who
said shu had not bad anything but water
fur nine days. Some of tbe patlenU had
no underclothing, and some no stockings.
It was difficult to g.;t enough clothing."
Mrs. Mlna A. Davis teitltied: "I
was employed In the Tewksburv hospital
st niitht. I helped lay out the body of
Lizzie Connor. The body was warm when
we put it In the coffin. I knew an Inmate
by tbe name of Kate Twlng. Kate d,el,
and I saw the body after It wat laid out
covered with rata. I reported It at once to
the doctor. Capt. Mar.h said I bad b' t
ter keep still about It. I saw a sick child
wliere maggots were eatlug under and
around the skull. Many a time the raU
we re so thick I have seen tbem run aero
my lap when I was eating."
William Drlscoll, station agent of tbe
Boston ft Maine road at Tewbury, testi
fied: "About three years ago 1 ws at the
alm-bouse one day and saw a woman In
tbe cellar tied to a settee." An attempt
wa made by some laborers to bring lu a
large box, but the chairman ordered It to
be putoutaldeln the ball."
Boston, April !. Ex-President Diaz
and party were escorted this morning
by tbe Mayor and members of the City
Government on a trip amoug the publlb
Sew York, April 9. The Tribune
savs: "Mr. Pamell hesitates wisely about
coming to America to attend the great
Irlb meeting at Philadelphia that la un
less he Is ready to approve a dvnamite war
fare agaiiit England. For dvnamlte ap
parently lstto receive tho sanction of the con
vention. Some of the men who will attend
the itatherine, assembled In Gernianla Hall
in ibis citv, nnd declared that thev were
through nipponlng mild or parliamentary
measures. Mr. Pamell they thought was
good enough in his way, but It waa a bad
"There has been marked Improvement
In the money market end much activity In
the stock market during the past week,
with definite Improvement In crop pros
pects. A collapse of speculntlan for an
advance In groin at Chicago, considerable
activity with a slight decline In cotton, an
other f ill In petroleum and numerous
trait-actions in real estate have been the
mt noteworthy features of the markets.
The condition of business is not altogether
favorable at tbe East, but Is represented as
Improving at the West, and the Industrial
outlook is somewhat brightened tv the
meeting of iron-workers at Pittsburg'. The
annual convention was held for the pur
pose of fixing tbe rcale for which 100, -uOO
men could work the coming vear. A
movement to demand an advance In wages
was expected. The convention adjourned
after a long scssim. having mado no de
maud for an advance nnd agreed upon no
scale, but having appointed a committee to
confer with the manufacturers and aseer
tain their views. The manufacturer of
the Wet rinding themselves milmrraised
by the fact that wages paid tn the East are
relatively lower, proposed a reduction of
wages, It Is said, by changing the basis
from 2't to 2 cents for bar Iron, so that tbe
w aL'e of puddlors would he reduced from
fA&Oto'W per ton. It Is said that th;y
contemplate closing the works In the sum
mer." "It Is stated thnt recent rains have ma
terially helped tho winter wheat at the
wet, which was thought to me weeks ago
to have been seriously Injured. Neverthe
less, the impressions obtained thus early In
the season, through Influential In specula
tive quarters, are a little premature
as a bails for any substantial business esti
mate.' NEWS NOTES.
Btniev Stnltt vs run over and killed by
a train tit Cambridge, O., Sunday.
Matthew Kobtnson was burned to death,
at Delphos, 0- l'Wt Saturday, by accident.
A deficiency of $1,600 has been discovered
In tbe city clerk's aocounu at Litchfield,
The "Salvation Army" was mobbed last
Saturday, at Syracuse, N. Y., by a crowd
Dudley Torter cut Jamea Grundy, of
Cincinnati, very seriously Sundar, at Kaeh
Private Boyd shot and killed Sergeant
Willis, of the Flftoeuth Infantry, at St.
Paul, Minn., Sunday.
Mrs. Mike Ferriell was fatally burned at
Dowensboro, Ky., Sunday. Her clothes
took tire from a grate.
George Tucker was assassinated Sunday
by his brother Irwin, near Lebanon, Ky.
The murderer escaped.
Jacob Cumberland has been arrested
In 'oosha county, Kus., on
a charge of murdering bis sou, uged 14
The schooner Marlon Hill, from the
Haytt Islands, brough two cases of yellow
fever to Chester, P., last week.
The remains of Judge and Mrs. Mo
Comas, who were murdered by the In
dians, were interred at Fort Scott, Kas.,
John France fatally shot and In return
was fatally stabbed by James Eagan last
Saturday night, in Orayvllle, Mich.
"Widow Jim." and old Indian woman
was robbed of $300 and murdered last Sat
urday In Pottawatonle oountv, Ks., by
The remains of Joe Glenn, who was
killed by Bert Win tn St. Louis last week,
were Interred Sunday, in Todd county,
Ky., by bis parenta.
Curley Morrison, eonvloted last Satur
day of marrying a eolored woman at
I.ullug, Tel., wu sentenced to live years
Fireman Wright was killed and engineer
Mulford seriously Injured by anenglne on
tbe Kentucky Central Railroad running
I lto s land-slide at Falmouth. Sunday.
Among tho failures reported last Satur
day were the Koman Cathollo Augustlnlan
Society, of Lawrence, Mas.
Death ol an Eminent Maelelatsa,
NkwYokk, April 9. In a handsome
casket covered with black cloth aud embel
lished with silver handles, tbe body oi Dr.
M'illl.iin Bcrge reposes, In the rear part of
his hue residence, No. 119 West Twenty
sixth streot. Dr. Merge was born In Wit
xenhauseu, Hesse Cnssell, Germany, in
ItCV His father, who was a renowned
organist, laid tho foundation of hit son's
musical oducatlon, finding in him a very
apt pupil, and at the age of seven yeara be
exhibited such rare proficiency that he per
formed on the organ In tbe cathedral there.
He was afterwards sent to the University of
Gottlngen, where ho was educated for tbe
ministry lu the Dutch Reformed church.
In 146 he differed widely from tbe religion
ot bis parents, and he came to America
and became a Roman Catholic.
Tbe Jesuits then worshipped In Elizabeth
street, and here the young organist began
hi career, wblch In after years rip
ened Into one activity and renown. When
the church edifice gave war to the march of
Improvement, the Jesuits were left church
Its, and belu occssaionul service In the
French church In Cnnul street. Here Lr.
Berge continued st oreranUt, and acted as
musical director at the Convent of
the Sacred Heart. He was a ready reader
of music. On one occasion, when a Men
deilssoiiu ooucert had been arraigned. Mr.
H. C. Tlmt, the orgonUt of 8t. Xavler's
Church, was taken 111 and Dr. Berg wat
sent for. and without any dreviout re
hearsal he took the score of Koul'a "Eli"
and carried a chorus of near'y 100
voices through the difficult mulc without a
Jarring notn- H was Immediately engaged
for this Musical L'nlon, and for years aided
Mr. Morgan. He afterwards organised
the Berifc l'nlon, and In conjunction with
Theodore Thomas produced the ninth sym
phony in jviij. Dr. Berge composed
suioni: other piece "rh Ls-t Rose of
Summer," wlth variations, and "Tantum
Ergo, " iu c, which Is one of the most
popuiar organ selection of the day. His
soil is also a fine performer on both the or
gan and piano, ro.viv1n instructions from
bis father, and Is now par
tially being educated by Theodore Thom
as. Dr. Bcrge 'leaves a widow, on soi
and two daughter.
SrniynFiK.to, III.. April n.-The Senate
met the thirteen nicmber j . . .it, Senator
Hunt in the cbalr. AfN-r h pi aver By the
Chaplain and the reading ot the Journal re
port from the committee were received.
No busiimss of Importance wu trans
The first Monday morning session waa
held with a little short of a quorum pres
ent. The Journal was approved. Bill on
first reading were taken up and completed.
Mr. West Introduced two hills referring
to roads nnd highways. Mr. Vaughey pre
sented a resolution against the system of
erand Juries. A petition was 'recited
from Kendall county asking for high li
cense, and another from the Fortieth dis
trict against the parage of.the Harper hill.
By permission House bills Xo. Ml and &4t
had a secoud reading and passed to a third.
The bill to establish schools for dependent
had a lengthy discussion and numerou
amendments were debated. The bill went
to Its third reading and the House ad
journed. Flenrtlkh nn,
Lincoln, III.. April 9. Charles Mc
Brlile, a man of family, will have a prelim
inary examination with regard to attempt
ing a criminal assault on a nlne-vear-old
daughter of Henrv Wormian.
Henry Wilson, "jr., while intoxicated,
attempted to shoot hi wife and grown
daughter on Saturday night, but only
slightly wounded bis wife. He fled aud a
party Is searching for blrn.
Burned lo Drain.
Gart, D. T.. April 9,-The barn of B.
Monulian wms burned this morning. HI
wife attempted to save tba stock and waa
burued to death. gj-j
riTTsnmr.. April 9. -Coal shipment
were 1, tm.nno bushels, of which 2W,000
bushels were for Clnciunaii and the balance
APTITL 9, 1988.
. huvcijos ,vw; a i pon grades
weak at 8 WriS SO; good to choice shipping
firm at $obw uuo; common to medium
strong ut uYati; butcher steady at
$2 Mm 40; stockers and feeders $8!i0ro 75.
HOUS -Poor active and linn; 10c higher.
Light 7 2.va; 7,V mixed packing $7 70f7i
7t; heavy packing and tblpplug $7 TOO
CATTLE Native steers and heifer U 78
M; cows and calye flHrtfoO; light ship
ping W (kVatfUOj heavy shipping steers Wft
hiHiSO; good to prime native cows and heif
ers u iYtfo 00; commou to fair native oows
JJ 7.Vn 4 H .
HOOS-Llght to good Yorker $7 S0O
7 60; mixed to good packing 7 2M7 80 1
heavy shloper nnd butcherr-; 467 70;
exir t 7 7ft; skips and enll$kiW 75.
SlIKF.l'-Comtuon $3 70(04.); medium
to fair U 7.VM2S; good to cholo VJ&Ofd
9 !; fancy to extra l 60i7 00.
WITKvT-Aprll HSi.'b.j May fl 08;
Jniicfrl o,-,rd!i,; July $l On; yearlWV.
ci tit N April 47S ; May oHrtfUj June
OATS -May 40SfSV; Jane 40; July
80S; year. T.". 17
WHF,AT-Aprll$103 b; May ti 06trt.
to fl o.-)H, June 1 07 to $1 00't July ,tl03'f
to i I 04 hj closing at $1 04; August 1 On to
fioii'l: var $101 to f 1 01 H.
C(HN-Aprll44l h; Mar MMrctV to
4H1, , oloslng at 4UH; June MM to 41 V: Ju
ly TwH to 01 H ; vear 40 b.
OATS-Aprll 40sj; May 40V to 40H(tt
V; JuudC'V b; July 87V.
WHEAT May $119! June U 17V:
July .f I 18.
CoKN-May 63K June 3V; ju.
OATS-Mey49i June ill.
Coeuttiy arlH, BU.
T. LOUIS. .
HITTER Creamery choice to fancy
,1or12j seconds at best dairy rates. Dairy
Choice to fanoy 3lk9t7, ooeatlonally a shade
more for gilt-edge pkgs; medium and low
grades nominal at lOOltt. North
ern roll Choice at 17(111 1 medium at 14(3
lg. Near-by paoked sells fairly at 1417
per pound. .
KUGS Lower si 14, and weak at dote.
Ooose eggs JIMM0,
3 7A; mixed 9404 ttt hens 4 bom Tift.
rurkeye-Hens and small gobblers nrlft;
large gobbler tltka18. Duoka-Small lo
medium $8 oOtSei food to choW U w
4 .ft; geose nominal.
LEAD-rtrm, bul tjutetj bid $4 90 del
, . UYlSUrOOL.
California wheat ts arrive declined Od;
red winter wheat U arrive dsollned ovssd:
mined Aroerloan eora te arrive declined d.
No, 3 iprint wheat fl-eoast defined d.
W heather Id I'ngland fine. Spot wbett
tetdrt No. i spring Be Ids No. II spring
a lid Western winfarjaaj i,i w..i.T
Brown's Iron Bitters
is ono of the very few tonic
medicines that are not com
posed mostly of alcohol or
whiskey, thus becoming a
fruitful source of intemper
ance by promoting a desire
Brown's Iron Bittfks
is guaranteed to be a non
intoxicating stimulant, ;ind
it will, in nearly every case,
take the place of all liquor,
and at the same time abso
lutely kill th; desire for
whiskey and other intni
Rev. G.V.RlfF..ediri.r' f
the American O'nsia" A',
it'ert; says of lirown's lu.!
Cin.,0 Nov. !'. ..' i.
'.tins:- l; ,-!; '. v
ir.g ot ;ul f..t V i t i-i
plca&uve, an. I 1 u- :,..li.i
gencc of uur r W. .:'.. -your
prepnr..ti"M i ut.
and if aj pl,..',. -,ui, . ; .
tired wlio r. ?:.sa i;.
fortem'Xiiirv u-,h ..... ,
Brown's Ik. - n-rii-i:-has
been thoron; 1 . :i
for dyspepsia, i;;i!-.; .;t!..n,
biliousness, weakne-s-. 1. ; .il
ity, overwork, r:Mini.!tirt,
liver complaints, kiiincy
troubles, &c, ana it fever
(ails to render speedy and
Read and (1ivculato.
The Illinois Ccutral li. K. Co.
Will anil auy of lis rumalning lands at onn dol
lar per aero Ih.s- than the prosout pnc-. Irnm ihis
tlrn.. until the first day uf t)itoln r, lsfi4. Alttr
Ibaidat. the pri-sint pr will rcslonil. All
who dulri- to pnrrlm-e r-liould uva I ihoai-l'- ot
tbls liberal offiT at om e. p. DAt.UY,
Pot particular Inquire of
m. kastkiu) vy .t :..
Ak'ts. fr 1 C R. It. I.a-Ml..
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rhnp on Hs.llihiy Avt'iiiin, hi.tuvi'ti rMirLh and
HlXth Mh'cta. Cairo, Illinois.
PAll Klnda 1 1 Pifln ami ttnv- l.lsckm'iilrir.
"nH'Miaiid frrl(jt. work done In ih imi't tvuilt
manlike msiintir. II irac-shoclns; a (i m i tjr iiuil
x-r. in'o ji,
Mannnwtnrer snj Pca'ci ln-.
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