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Ciranao the Teeth,
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roD, Eyrie. Ala.
A mraiber of my fam
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mall pox. I oaed the
Fluid . the patient u
rut ddinous, waa aoi
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weeks, and no others
had it. -J. W. Pajut.
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uta Darbvs Fluid very
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mcnt of OiphtaerU.
1 Greensboro, Ala.
I Tetter dried up.
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i (Irian, J.MABIOX
I MMS, M. D., Naw
! York, aart: "1 am
! convinced Prof Darby
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Vanderhilt University. Nashville, Tents.
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lev. A. J. Bait i.n, Pr)t., Mercer Unlrersltyj
Rev. Oeu. F. Pikkcs, bishop M. E. Church.
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Phvr?iciaa nnd Surgeon.
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m- nt of ftirRical diawue, aud dii!(! of worn in
Ofllre: tin 14th tireet,oppo1l th Pot OfSi,
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128 Commercial Ave., Cairo, HI.
VAPOIi. E I, E CTKO-VAPOR p MEDICATKD
A lady tn attendance.
QH W. 0. JOCELYN,
D E NT 1ST.
OFKICK-Blghtk Btrt, near ComrMieUl Avan
R. B W. WHITLOCK,
Ornc-No. 138 Commercial Avaoat, I'twa4n
KeM'jtnd Mt.tb Htranu
EVV YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THR OITY. k
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1ER 4c CO..
Oot.NloatMnthitrMtl pAim 111.
VotuwareMAvaiiM f WlirUa All
I Eradicates I
WHAT TH EWORLD IS DOING.
Fatal Termination of a Busi
: iness Transaction,
Th Social Senution in New York
Crime and Criminali-Barik
Statement Otfier Newa.
Belllareraaji Law y era.
St. Louis. April SI. Frank .1. Ti iwntan
to-day vialtetl the Fnr Coiiili uti'l gava
baJI to BltfcWrT lue fiiurtn'of iri jiir. u't;.
ferrad auiliat blm Ly Mr. John M. ('.Invi.r.
Tb cliaige crow oiil of d'pltlui) tntrii
before Nuiaty Oldflvlil tn 1.S81, In uno of
the mils growing out of Hie old Tlm-s
compUcatioa.. l)r. V. 11. Bond wai the
ecurlty on the bond, ftumora of tifutj
between the lawyer named above and Mr.
JobnM. Glover were ucala rifeto-dav. It
w atatod by partita wbo wriu tit
t pMltloa to know, that, after the
warrant for prejury va aworn
aut yesterday, Mr.' ftlon-r recclwd
t peremptory (challctie to niortal com
bat. It waa further tatd be wa riven un
til 10 p. tn. lat nlubt to anr,ei- tbe muii
moDi and tbut he dt'clineit to take auj no
tice of tbe matter. Rumor father to
the effect that Mr. Glover's failure to le
pond bad made a atreet encounter verv
probable, and peuttle blessed with exiil'ir
ant Imaflcatlons were looking for sucii an
occurrence all day. There the aame ru
nt on of poaalble trouble between Ibe par
tiee tbat have twen current for week-, and
It U known podtlvelr tbat tbe ccn'i"Uien
luppoeed to repreeeht the belltfrerr-nta bad
tmeetinif I ant night, and arraigned for
to-day . Tbe ebancea of any nieetliiK under
the code are itild to be dentroyed by tbe
warrant for perjury.
I Biatrial vfaehlae la Hw Trsrh.
ywYi:K. April 21. The Inffrtml ma
ohlnee are In thuhanda of C'odmiI Oneral
Plerrepont tilwardr. Tbe one, whloh lf
regarded a the most Important, wa ciel
only abort time . Il reaemblea a lump
of coal of about eigoteen pmiuda weight.
From one tide a heavy Iron arrew prnjet.'ta
ne Inch. Tbe aubatanne of tbe otttaide
covering of blark gauie.
tivei It the appearance of coal.
Mr. Edwards refutes to av in vbt wet
he got If, bttt admtta tbat it and others of
the lame kind were raanufarttired here.
It contain! a liquid ezploahe, and at tbe
Consulate tt l said that the pattern of tbe
bomb baa been Improved. Te Consul
then adds: "Thnr-e borobi were to have
been muted with coat and placed tn thuenHl
bunker of the British arennblpi, Falling
heavily on tbe beads of the acrew, or be
ing thrown into tbe Ore by atokcre, tuev
wf re Intended to he powerful enough to
link any .hip. Tbe other boom was alio
manufactured here and shipped with oth
er of Ita caxs to England., where tbey v ere
captured aevfial tuontha ao in a Liv
erpool itearcer. It is a complicated
attiilr, run tiy clrx-k work, nd in
tended to explivd at a fixed time,
like the atrikliiK of a bell la an alarm
Nw Yokk. Af iil 1. The Herald ar
of tbe dynatuUe contpirntora, "The
weight of reason aud authority, howeter,
i In fsvor nt the conclualon that as the
law now itanda per.ont who coti'plre in
ttaii state to commit a crime in another
late or rnuntry tnav lie punished here for
conpr . In hiicli cai-e the offette tor
which tbtiy ure tr ed la not the crime Itself
which they combine to commit, but the
eonaplraey' to commit. Ttie offenae, that
ii the conspiracy, i formed and completed
here. The agreement and combination are
made here, and when money la ml'd and
forwarded from here, when emlinrle!,
dynamite, Infernal machines and otl-r
meant of executing tbe plot lire ent henee
tbeu overt acta are cutumltted here. In
urh cave tbe ronapirator have violated the
criminal law of thih sttte and are ameuaie
to lu per.altHs."
Pretty Jint, I.ana;tr7'e Keeelpta.
Nltw' YOKK. April 21. Jlr. Abbev, re
porn tbHt for the twenty-four weeks in
which Mr. Lanctrv but been pluylng In
this countrv the receipt amounted to
$229 b63. OutMdo of tbla city, the largest
weekly receipts were in rbilitdelphlu, and
were (1A.100. Boston paid M'VW the rir-t
week and $11, 'JOT tbe aeeond. ChlcAgopald
12,108 and $11. HI. St. I.ouU pal. 111.
006 In one week. After tbe eleventh week
Mn. . Langiry traveled from city to
city, playlug to houiea of from
$to2, In Merlden, Conn., to
W,0W, in Toronto. She was tn
Clnoinnati during the flood, aud there
oelpti were only fi,967. During tier tlrst
engagement in tbla city ber receipt! were
Xt MlTer, HoBda.Htoeka ape Of ber
NlwYORR. April 21. Five extended,
108 bid; tSia 113'.; is at 119a; Si lU3's;
Paciflo ft. '!5, 127 bid. Money ,Vatl per
cent. lYime mercantile paper Sraes
per cent. Bur eilver 10H.H. Excliange
teady at i2 long and 4W alght. Gov
ernment bonds ii per cent, higher for 4S;
otherwise unchanged. $ute bond neg
lected. Railroad bonds dull and feature
leas. Stocks dull nnd weak. Price fell
ott HfSH per cent.
BurriLO, N. Y. April 21. Yewett'a
cooperahop, at Buflnlo Tlalna burned to
day. Loss $M,U00.
A FATAL SHOT.
A Butinett Dispute Ends in the Death of
Eimes, the Inventor.
Rev. H. C. Townlev, a director, went
to tbe oompany'a abop to execute the de
cree. In the ehop on their arrival were
wPMOita reprcaeting: the Prowier Intercut.
Mr. Eemee waa very active. He went
down with the sheriff to atop tbemaclilncYV
and Immediately afterward wan two dorr's
above In tbe pattern room "hop. Av lie
walked toward thin room Hlghum, who
itood outtlde, entered and locked tbe h
door. Eame Ini.t h"iivy cane, and "lilt
rKMOMrHKl THE CASH,
put In bii arm and unlocked the door and
entered. Apuuicutly no uenou other ilinu
tbe Rev. Mr. Townlev mv tbla or what
Immediately followed. Ai Eamtta
Hbjbam took a revolver
chert from tbe
tide of the room, pointed
Kernel' bead and fired. Ai aoon
kible, be flrod again, Eamee bad
tin advanced, and they ditched
taet then or Juat afterward they fell,
sanee unaeraeatD, yet witn ino convul
elte energy of death be held the band of
fcU foe Director Townley itruck Hicham
three blow, one on tbe head with hli
ease, and pulled him away, at the lame
time leounng the plitol. He then went
far water (or tbe wounded man . In a few
imitee lime wae dead and Hlgham had
given himielf Into tbe Sheriff 'i uuetodr.
It wae found that the Inventor' buiy life
ka4 been ended by a bullet through the
iWaln k4 en tlwotifk tiw light ch"t. t
Am Aelrwaa niek.
MiRtriKK, Couo., April 11. -Maud
Granger, tbe act real, ii ilangermialv III at
a hotel In tbl city, She wai audtleiily at
tacked by oonvulilona la.t evening aoon
after tbe arrival here of her "l'lanter'e
Wit" company, which was billi'd for a
performance at the Opera Houxe here l"t
night. Miss Granger formerly resided
here, and la a local favorite, .she wa
driven to tbe Meridt n Houae upon ber
arrival and went directly to ber room. In
a few momenta her maid came down Main
with the information that her ilitrrs w
HI. She w found In violent convulsion.
At times four peraont were needed to bold
her. At 10 o'clock It waa fre'tueiitlr
reported about the aireet that itie waa
dying. At tnidulgbt she wni reported
Dealb af Millionaire,
I'lTTOBteiui, April 21.-Jaui 1'ark, Jr..
one of I bo oldest Iron nnd ateel manufae
.turera of the city, tiled tbla morning of
apoplexy. .Mr. lHik wa promliietitlv
Ideutlfletl with all public ami chiirttuble
movement. He wa a man pos!ied of
wonderful will power and tenacity pur
pose, and built up one of the largest aleel
manufacturing eatabllshmenta in the coun
try. He nut strong prntecUouia, pre
Wing at rhe iutlonalTerrff Convention at
Cre.on, Pa., last auminer, and during the
pt winter pent moat of his time ut
Wasblngtod, idvocatlng a high tarfff. Ilia
atate is valued at over .Vj.UOO.Ooo. whllt
bii life ia Insured for JX),Cj0.
Chicaoo, April 21. Another attempt
wa made yesterday, lu tbi eitv, to form a
pool on marine cargo Inatiramc. but
there were evidence of a thorough lack
of co-operation, and It 1 believed that It
will be the last attempt made the preeent
The Htrlking bricklaver were arreited
here yctterday, for alleged Interference
with men employed on a building in
the weat end division of the city. The
prisonera assert tbat ihey limply spoke
to tbe workmen. The union will defend
A Town Burned.
Fort Dodok, la., April 21. Afire at
Aurelia. la., sixty ntllei weif of tbia cltv,
denlroyed twenty-five Ininnee buildings.
Mweeu 2 and four o'clock thla morning.
fUtimatfld lost JS0,XH) to i HXi.taXI. Almrt
the entire bualnet portion of tbe cltv bat
gone. Insurance about VlO.fr'iO. There
were aome narrow eacape i Tbe heavy
wind came from tbe aoutbejirt. Everv
thing In the track of the dre burned, ltv
concentrated efforta the tire wa stopped at
a barne tore. Some lott their all. No
one waa injured.
WImum let lb Xortbsaaai.
ST. Pact.. April 21. From variom re
llil'le lourcea an approximate estimate hat
been mide a to tbeprobHble when a'-trace
in Mlnneaou and Dakota tbia vear a com
pared with 1S82. In the former State the
iom in acreage I noted by tb land being
given up to dairying, but now the land
broken nearly offief tbl. While tbe to
tal acreage of Minneiota In 1J waa 2,672, .
CiO, thii vear it it eitlmated it will be fullv
2,60ft. 000. In Dakota lust year tbe ir-rraje
watWO.OOO, which this Tear will be swelled
to 1. 0i, 000, and It t e'aUmated tbii will
well the total crop fullv 24,tXrO,OOi busbela
ai compared with 12.0O0,0.) in lr2.
SrBi.voriKH), III.. April 21. -There
were quite a number of republlcaui and
but few democrat! In the houe. Tbo
reading of the Journal wa dispensed wttb.
Quite a number of bill were read a
econdtime, tome tbe first, and several
committee report roev. The gat Mil
will le considered next Tueday. The fe-o
of Jurors it nxed at ?i per day." The tate
bouse appropriation bill It set' fur Wednes
day week. Adjourned to Monday even
ing. Botia Tbresstened.
Xew Tomk. April 21. Rosea received a
letter on Wednesday postmarked London,
April 10, ai.d adorned with a black border.
It read: "O'Donovan Rosa: Four of us
bavetworn to put you to death ifanvone
we know ia injured by your pint.' We
hall kliltiHp you and ' put you to a verv
painful death. You will tee that other
can play at your game. We bave carefully
laid our plain."
Milwaukee, April 21 .The alleged box
of dynamite sent from Newark, '. J., by
tbe Adam Exprexa and turned over to the
American Expresa to be delivered to tbe
Milwaukee Cement Company, was opened
to-dav and found to contain a fu-e for
Mtxtfng purpoaea. The rumor arose
through the word of an official, who told
tbo cxpreii driver to handle the box care
fully, a it might co n lain dynamite.
Tbe Nickel Plate.
Chicaoo, April 21. -It la daolared here
that the Nickel Plate I dissatisfied with tbe
ten per cent, share allotted it lu the em
bound live stock pool, and Arbitrator
Adam has called a meeting at New York,
April 22, to consider it demand for an In
crease It la asserted the other lines will
not concede a larger percentile, In which
event a dliruptlon of the pool I deemed
Tbe President Jfot Sick,
Savannah. Ga., April 21. There lino
truth in the report that President Arthur
had a congestive chill. He U in splendid
health and la aboard the Tallapoosa, which
It ttlll lying in front of tbo city. He is
expected ushore for lunch, and will
probably leave this afternoon for Washing
ton. A Big Blase,
Cincinnati, April 21. The large
building on (anal and Hum street, used
by the Brush Klectrin I.lL'ht Company s s
gennrailnB hou, caught Urn at I:i6 itnd
seem likely to prove a total loss. The loss
will probably amount to tlH.OtnJ, fully cov
ered by Insurance.
KkwYork. April 21. Loam, Increase.
$.V4,4O0; specie, Increase, O7,0uo; legal
tenders, increne, !?7.'W,4m; deposits, in
crente. $2,A27.Psi; circulation, decrease.
$sl.lKl; reserve. Increase. tJtl.l.fl'.'.'i. The
bunks now bold ifi:24,27ft below the legal
Washington. April 21. A telegram
was received at the White House Ih.s
morning, stating tke, President will Ihimj
taauntih rail at 4 p. in. lo-div. ami Hint
ho expects rh reach Wi-hliigion to-morrow,
rullmnsi far Dlvlilenda.
Chicaoo. I II., April 21.-Th Pullmnn
Talaee Car Company decl.n od a imnrP'rly
dividend of two dolliirs iier shnre
from the net earning tvivalile May l t"
stockholder of record m the close of busi
ness Miy 1.
Ottawa, April 21. Oliver King, the
pianist to tbe Princess Louise, won tbe
prize given by the Loudon, Eng.. Phil
harmonlo society for (ho best concert over
ture for orchestra.
A pnpultr actreis, who In ago l tnme.
where on the sunny side of sixty, but wbo
looks like "sweet sixteen" on the stage,
has cunningly got started a report that tbe
li Just recovering from tb measles,
A lady having rend tbat a Chlcano ldy
wants largo fiffures In a carpet to make her
feet look Unlet remsi ks I hat tbo )"Ung
lady doe not keep up f'th tbe do. h loo,
large feet being now etf bloniible. Tbi
freak of fashion will mul.r- ('lilnwu wetu.'it
lbs happiest females In me I uion,
MISS M'LEAN'S STORY.
Wh7 She Did Not M.r7 Mr. Berwick.
Nr-w.'sortK, April 21. -In the breach of
pMmtc suit of Bernard Barwick to re
cover .110,' w from ilU McLauu, before
Kcft-Me John Crejk. MUa McLean wis on
tbe wuueti stand from 1 u. in. to tl p. m.
ycterd:iy. r '
bheauid: "JuhI m soon a I told Mr.
Barwick that Mr. Hamilton waa my cotu
in on neither liile, he lumped up from the
aofaand tuld twice, 'Thin our engage
ment I at an end. Here la your ring.'
We bad no acrloua quarrel before that,
lie offered to shake bunds with me when
leaving, but I refused. I wae aurprlied
aud Kileved at Mr. Barwlek lor acting a
be did abuuttbe wigageim'iit. He did not
cnndin-t himself as gt utleiuen. He wa
exeiicd he did not address me as a lady,
and 1 am lu tbe lutliit of associating with
gentlemen. Thut (ironing, when he wa in
irodiwedtu Mr. Hamilton, Mr. Harwich
walked into another and plekod up a book
to read, and It wan up-slde-dowu. "
"But for tbe. quarrel on that Sunday
nigiit would you have marrioU Jlr. Bar
' Didn't you asy on tbat night that you
wo'ild liaie l.roken the engagement vo'ur
e!f in three or four m.mtbt if .Mr. Barwick
"I was angry and I did tav It."
Miss Mclean testified that the wa to
liutc mnriled Mr. Barwitk In October of
thit yetir. That he wsi agreed to in Octo
ber, 12, aftnr her mother died. Mr. Bur
wick consented, but he waa m a hurry be
cause he wa going to Europe and wa not
sure ho would find herwheu be came back.
Tbla tprlng he asked her to marrv blm in a
reasonable time or in Mar, and kite replied
IMda't Need the ( orTla.
ChicaCH), April 21. -.loh ii Klsev was
was sentenced to the bridewell fur thirty
days. He had flogged hi wife, aid In a
drunken frenzy broken everything break
able In bit bouse. Yesterday a companion
of Eltt?y in the bridewell completed his
trm of service. Before he came out,
Klsey requested him to tell Mrs. Elsey that
John, tbe spoil je, was dead. The mes
ssge was delivered, Mrs. Elsey
choked down her grief with marvelous
fortitude nd went to tbe ucsrest
undertaker's bought a coffin, paid for it,
bad It loaded Into the wagon, got up on
tbe box, snd the outfit rattled bwav to the
brldewnll, the haellly arranged mourning
draperies of Mrs. l"i,ey flutterimr In tbe
wind. When tbev got to the bridewell
Sirs. EUey inquired for the remains of
John, John was not dead, the was told.
But he was, she insisted. He waa out st
work tbeysaid- the didn't be leve them,
sad concluded that his remains had been
cruelly turned over to - some
medical college. Then John
himself appeared. The event
tbat followed were exciting. Mrs. Ed
sey's grief turned to raje and chagrin, and
even the somber oniflu snmd to laugh at
ber. W hat she would have done with
John could she have bad a chance at blm
will never be known. John is still at tbe
bridewell. Mrs. EUer is the owner of a
very pood leeoml-haml coffin, which she
ha. covered with a piece of carpet, and
which la doing duty with tbe other furni
ture, remain a sofa.
A Verdict el M VOOO Asslnal s Ball
road. Sew York. April 21. The eeeonrt
trial of the suit of John UIH against the N.
Y. C. & H. K. H. Co. for tf5,CsJ damages
for the lost of both 'eg in an accident In
'neidof ttir Clt-onil (V.ntr-4 DMt,
w here he was employed as a vard man. baa
ended before Justice Cullen," In Brooklyn.
On the first trial tbe jury dissgreed. (sine)
tbo acc'd 'iit he and tils aged mother have
been depend 'tit solely upon the earning! of
a sister. The company averred that tbe
plaintiff was negligent in not giving tbe
proper signal with his lantern to tbe engi
neer to stop.. The lury after an absence of
teu minute, returiind a verdict n favor of
the ' plaintiff for f:tt,()o0, wbtcb is
equal to the Invert tutu ever re
ceived in an Injury suli In Uio Brooklvn
PiTTsnt'RO. April 21. Sylvester Cos
grove, financial agent of the Slemeons An
ders, m teel Co., which failed about a year
ago, on trial In tbe County Court for some
davs on a charge of false pretenses, was
found guilty ilits morning. The suit was
liiaiiiuuVd by the Men-bants and Manufac
turer's Nalloual Bank, which gave the Arm
a loan of ja.C.sJ mi tbe representation of
Cosrove that they had made miles to Miles
.1 .Sons, Chicago, to the amount of $15,000.
Auolher suit K.ilinf the defendant is on
trial. It is alleged that a now trial will be
tsked for because Judge White, before
whom the case wus tried, was found in the
Jury room pending tbe deliberation ou tbe
(teamed her rnllen Slater,
Kkw Yokk, April 21. Early this morn
Inc a carriage containing Duteutives Ru
land aud Halev and two pretty and cle
punt Ir attired young womon drove up to
Police llciuliiuariers. alllghted and were
shown Into Inspector Byrne's office.
Af'er n short Interview the young women
eaMie out, re-entered the carriage and
were driven rapidly sway. Tbe vounger
and prettier of the two wus weeping bit
tcrlv. U was said that she had been
found in a fashionable tip-town boiire of
Ill-fame. Tbe other woman was her
alsti-r. with whom she had consented, un
der threats, to return home.
Two klnUsj ol Government.
Brooklyn. April 21. Dr. Tahnage, In
his weekly talk, last evening, to tbe Taber
nacle rongregnttnn on the tonics of the day,
contrasted the peace Hrd (inlet of America
witn the unhappy condition of luiost other
countries, "t zar of Russia," he ex
claimed, "afraid to go and get crownedl
Peaceful Mr. Gladstone, with the cellar of
bis private dwelling defended by an armed
force. The Government of 'Canada In
Ottawa surrounded by police. President
Arthur off a-fishlng with nothing more
terrible to contend against than tbo mus
qulioet of Florida."
Desperate Oeeda of lllnhwaymeav
CmcAOO, April 21. -Early tbl morning
Godwin Van winkle, of Pnrkersburg, W.
V., was attacked by highwavnien and
robbed and thrown Into the river. By
superhuman exertions be managed to
reach shore, w here be was found and taken
to the city Hospital. Ho I In a critical
. Tbe llraldwood Miner.
BrUtnwoon, PI., April 21. The miners
will hold another meeting n Monday next
to cousldcr tbo offer of the companies pro
posing to pay Ave cents a ton less than
im-scnt rate during the vear beginning
May 1st. The President of'the Coal Asso
elation Insisted that the preposed reduction
hi necessary, but the miner's committee
said It would not be accepted.
The Burned Parliament Balldlns.
Qucpkc, April 21. -Tbo smouldering
ruins and the eastern wing are all that re
main of the old Parliament House, the
walls standing showing tbat thv were tub
stantlally built. All the offices tn the
humed house will be transferred. The
only loss will be about $20,000 on the
library. . i
DruaTsrlata sa Wklaavsvjr.
St. Louis, April 21. The Carondelet
Druggists' Association ure serlourty oon
kderlng the question of banishing liquor of
aUkluds from their trade. Tbey are tire
of being cluied with dxaotabspe.
London, April 21. Tb race for the
Grand Iulernaiional Steeplechase (bandi
es)! was the principal event of the running
at tbe Kandown Park Club meeting to-dsv.
It was won bv A. Yates' Albert Ceofl,
Lord .Sarbnrongb's Moutnuhau second, L.
Siulthwlck'i Standard third. There were
London, April 21. -Bullion withdrawn
from the Bank of L'ngland on balance to
Hl bi.in, April 21. Owing to the recelp
nf private Information of contemplated
misdeeds by lawlen person, policemen
armed with swords and revolvers have been
placed at the Central Postal Telegraph
Exchange and Customs offices, and every
preparation has been made to repel snr
demonstration against those buildings.
Duhi.in, April 21. Twenty person bare
been arrested m tbe town ofMllilown and
Malbay, County Ctar-?, on a th irge of con
spiracy to murder landlords, aaretrt. and
oOldala. Two of the prisoners tiirtjed
THI DYNAMITE CONSPIRACY.
. CORK, April 21. The tuerlng in the
cases of Caruiotidy, Morgan, Oherllhv and
FeHthetstone, arrested here some daii ago
on a cbarc of being engaged lu the 'dvns
mife conspiracy. w resiimd this morn
ing. It wai pfov.td two documents found
on Deasy, one of Ibe men arrested at Liver
pool for bringing explosives and Infernal
machines into England, ordering acids In
the name of Oberlihv at Glasgow, were In
the writing of 'Keatberstone. " It was
also declared thst the name "Feather
toiie" Is sn alia.
Washington. April 21. The speeia'
committee appointed to Investigate the
charts agtlnst r?upervlslng Architect Hill
will meet at the Treasury Department
Monday morning prepared tu rceelve tbe
testimony of such witnesses st may present
themselves. Letters have been received
from Ponlson snd Eger, of Brooklyn, Sew
York, and th" attorneys of .Manly, Cooper
Co., nf Philadelphia, announcing their
purpose of appearing before the committee
nett week to subtsnii.;ie 111 charge pre
ferred by them against Hill,
Washington, April 21. Tbe statement
nf the United Htate Treasurer show the
frold, silver and Untied State uMes in the
t.'tilied Ststei Treasury to-dsv: Gold ooln
and bullton, $10.,7M; 'silver dollars
sad bullion, $108.7.4WJ: fractional silver
coin, 27.flft5.4l7; United Statei notes,
S4-l,13l,W; total, $H, m, m. Certift- :
eates outstandi-ig: Gold, $47,279,150;
stiver, 7l.4sri,Hil; ourrenoy, $vmo,iiuo.
Mrs. Wvatt Griflin was fatally burned a'
Atlanta, Ga., Friday.
Miles Curmlngbam wasf itiilly mangle I
br a circular saw at Brandon, Oiilo, Kri
Dr. W. B. Bolea wai couviced of the
murder of Charles Fareeburg at Springfield
Mo., Frl lay.
While drunk, a lime-burner named lew.
is murdered his infant child Friday, al Utl
Baker, who murdered Sheriff Nelson, of
Kent county, Texas, end era ed has been
Wm. Rilland, a mall rider, was arrested
Friday nur Hoonevllle. Ark., charged with
robbing the malls.
Andy Tavlor, wanted for murder, wa
captured Thursday night, near Cbattanoos
ga. l enn., by the sheriff.
A wand -ring alligator? waI captured
Friday on a farm near Marshall, Tex.,
miles from any stream or lake.
Kate Kane, Milwaukee's lady lawyer,
threw n gla of water Into Judge Mallby'i
face I- rlduv, and wa nued VA). Mie
tbe Judge lusnlted her.
Four young men named Barlow and two
others, Winiiold and Gall, entered John
Normlln's saloon at Normauvllle, Kan.,
Tbursdiiys night, and whlle wantonly
shnotiiur'ab "t fiitally Injured Mrs. Nor
mile. A - - ' posse chased tbem. .
On Friday, John Fasco, a prisoner, at
9loux Falls penitentiary, bung himself:
Dt. Freeman, of Portland. Ind.. took a
fatal dose of morphine, and Jesse W.
Hunt, a commission merchant of Balti
more, Md., killed himself with a revolver,
while an unsuccessful effort to shuffle off
was made by Walter Scott at Sandusky, O.
THE MARKETS. "
APRIL 21. 1883.
CATTLE Exports tleers fl 6&W 90:
good to heavy native steers WliW) 50;
common to medium native stoers $4 503
A Oil; fair to good feeders $4 745 75; com
uiou to good stockers $t tout 7o; common
to choice native cows and beiferi
4 W; .Southwest steer W75'a5; corn-fed
Texan 5 7,"vail: scallawags i&'d3!h
.sHF.EP Quiet. Good to fancy $5 t0f
6 4'; medium to fair V4 M&: 2'i; common
i:t 7.Vn4 25.
IlOGsj Light ,0 g00lj sohH-ted York
ers ' .' 20ft7 3.'i; rough thin packing
$t, 75rt'7i mixed to good do $7 PMJ7 ;
heavy -liltipers aud $7 357 Ml; skips ind
culls fU Wwtt 78.
CATTLE-Owuii to all Eastern markets
being glutted, market Ii weak and slow;
noi much life in trade.
llOG"-Market opened steady, butclosed
weak and ft cents (ower than Fri
day; range $7 I.VU7 3"; bulk of sales 1 200
WHBAT April $1 I0; Mav$II's;
Junetl UV; July $1 15 ; August $1 08V.
CORN April Ill's : Mav MX ; June ;
Julv ants' j August 59.
()A1-April415s; Msy 42S; June42;
WHEAT Mav $1 21V; June fl 22!V;
Julv fl 25.
COKX-May 07 ; June fKIV; July
Coiiatr? 1'rniluee, Kiev
BUTTER -Creamery: Choice to fancy
27f2JKs; second st best dairy rates'.
Choice to fsney ida'.rt .).t hiVfalr to good
15ra"J0; common uWll. bales: 21 tubs
ereamcrv 2H: 7 do ut S; ,1.1 tubs low-irade
do 10: 5 Dairy 25: do at 23; 17 flrklnaand
rVKl tubs, all flue June packed (mild and
yellow), at no.
EGO Demand god at lSi; goose
"IVE POULTRY Chickens Cocke $3
2,Yrf.1 50; mlxetUa 75(d4. according to the
number of cocks n a coup; hens $4 25r4
60, top rate for fancy large; spring chink
ens ready sale when full-grown at $6637.
but small slow at fcV4; turkeys $12sl8;
pllieons fl 60.
LEAD Firmer, bales: 10 can special
brand of hard at to 25 this side. ; Refined
held at $4 30. v.
Mark Leno Wheat firm; eora red winter
and No. 2 spring wheat off coast advaneed
Sd ; red winter wheat to arrive advanced
Sri ; No, 3 spring S4d; Western winter
(ts Id; mixed Western corn dull and easier
at 6s 8 Wd. Demand from United Ilnid
and Cstullneut moderate) tor mU$ eS4
rafker 4iH for eor-u . .
The blood ia tlic fuunuaiion ol
life, it circulates through every part
of the body, and unless it is pure
and rich, good health is impossible.
If disca.se has entered the system
the only sure and quick way to drive
it out is to purify and enrich the
These simple facts are well
known, and the highest medical
authorities agree that nothing but
iron will restore the blood to its
natural condition; and also that
all the iron preparations hitherto
spade blacken the teeth, Cause head
ache, and are otherwise injurious.
B k own's I ron Bitters w ill thor
our,hly and quickly assimilate with
the blood, purifyiri and strengthen
ing it, and thus drive discabe from
ar.y part of the system, and il will
nut blacken the teeth, c&use head
ache or constipation, and is xsi
tivcly not injurious.
Saved his Child.
t; N. Eutaw Sl, Baltimore, Md.
Feb. u, its...
Cents: Uixin the recommends
ti .Hi uC a Inend I tried liKowx'
IituN Hirruii ss a tonic and re
ttorjtive for my daoshter, Iunn
i was t'loroilK.lly conviuced Sat
ting w.iy wnh Cfiisurnption.
liaiiij lost three dTin,'jters ty the
leu lives disease, uncicr the care uf
eminent physicians, 1 vvjs lolh to
hc'.ieve t'"l anything could arrest
t'ne p.-cgievs of thn (tieu.e, but, to
r.-.y ijrcnt .nrprisc, before my t!.iu ;b
Irr h j ii uk-.n one battle of Bi'.nwx's
Is'i lltnsiei. she btin to nenrl
and new is quite restored to former
heiihh. A Mill daughter U-R-i tn
shew s'wh uf Cijnsvmptifjn, and
wl.cn tbe physician comuiteJ
f e quickly said "Ti'itics were rs.
qtii-ed;" aiid nh.-n Informed tliit
(ne elder sister vn -r..-in(t rHowrtr's
littiN ill (trhs, rcuponvlcd "ihit Is
a good tome, taWe it."
Brown's Iron !!ittf.rs effectual
ly cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion and
Weakness, and renders the greatest
relief and benefit to pcrnons suffering
from such wasting diseases as Con
sumption, luciucy ConipUiuU, etc
HAS BEEN PROVED
Tho SUREST CURtfor
Sees a lam btok or diaordered ttztne Indl-I
loato that yott ei vtntlm S TE5 SO KOTI
IHT.mTATBi use Kidney-Wort at ones), (droa
Iglata reooroTaeud 10 and it wm speedily ovr
'laoma the HIsvh and raature haalthv aetloa.
I grl (! lor oomplAinta peonllarl
C4 141 Wwa to votir acz. such aa paint.
land weakneasM. Kidaey-Wort la nnasiryaassa.
ia tt will aet promptly and aoxoiy.
Either Sex. Inoontineuoe. retention ofttrloe,
brlolc dust or ropy depoolta, and dull clracglng:
psuua, ail apeecuiy yieia to ita eunuve powsr,
ItS. SOU) BT ALL SBTTOOISTS. Price (X.
A well-know n cicrgi msn, Kev. Conk, of
Trunin, lean. W.e . ( ihid Kidney Worts
srits a na tor kidney and liver troubles."
IS A SURE CURE
for all diseases of the) Kidneys and
Xt has Bpscdflo action on tula moat Important
organ, enabling It to throw off torpidity and
Inaction, stimulating the healthy accretion of
the Bile, and by keeping Uio bo wo is In free
condition, ellbcttng ita regular cUaoharg-a,
IV tl nl'svl's Xfyon arc stuTorinf from
are bUlcms, dyapeptio, or eonatipated. Kidney
Wort wlU auroly relieve and quickly euro.
In the Spring to oleanao the ej-awtn. tvary
on ahould take a thorough oourao of It.
il- SOLD BY DRUOCISTS. Prloetl.
"Lst year I woat to Enrope,"ny Ileory Ward.
Sill I III. Rill Hi'V. V (). S V V. nnu.ll.mu..
1TJ W. Khlc Ave.. J -. Hlbts, N. J., "unlv to
rslurti rterse from chrovlc II . er roruil.til. Kidney-Wort,
as a last fraiirt. has ctven ni better
boullh than I've her toforo enjoved for many,
many y.'ars," He's cured now ui tl niu-cqtii iitif
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE Cf
No other duwaae la so prevalent la thla eoaa-
try sa OonsUpaUon. and no renudy has sverl
qoallad the oolebratod Kidney-Wort as a
ours. Whatover the oauae, however obatlnabsj
flltna eaaa, thl remeiy wm ovtrrooma it.
nil arc? -ruio cuatraaainar com.
aTllaiUCVa euunt ia snr But to bn
InamnUisated wlthoonstlDAtlon. Kldnay-Wortr
vUcrsmgthrrna the weakened parts and qntoklyl
SSoura au annua oi sniaa vvii waos jhihuwi
ana nedlouuM nave onion tuuxu
sa. rarlf yon navaeunsTor tnoss trcmnie
'I will re. (muni 'tl li every .v er-," wrltefjs
B. Moyrr. I'Hrriu-u M itoiraoinrer. Mverstowe, 'a ,
because it" lii.t:ey V. orl -' i i ueii at ru.M.'
'HE GREAT CUREU
, As It ia tot 01 lua paWui diaraasss of tbsl
KIDNlTS.LIVKfy AND BOWILS.
It alaanae tha imam at Uu. arlil no I arm
J that eauaea the dresdXut aafrartna- which.
I only tha vinttma of nhaumailsm mn roalia.
1 . TMnusiuna nr. rsos
the wore furma of thla terrlllo dlsesss
loave bssm quickly relieved, and In short Uow
raict; t. uoriDOR pa.-, sots st pste6urs.jp
IT J twasi nssj -ssriis snssi isj
XI, BJOlLrUUOON A Co., BnrHn?Tii TT. m
I iMisigsW menm I
"Mr. W'sltoi Cross, my euslotnur, u prost-aUnl
with rheiimsilsin for two jmr: tried, la vsln. sll
rem otesj Ktitner Wort alous mtaso tux. I have
tried Ii myself, snd know that UUiroott.'' Portion
Ofslotttrfra il J. t. WMIett, d Ugrflst, Fllttt, Mir It.
Stale ft Monro 3ts.,Chlua
Willie wrsf.1 1 sss d'tmniMr
of lslrsiw.u. Sulfa. Otrs Halls,
inmtKa r.Wiii v.lnin.
M.uiU. Dmm M.t Si.tS an
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