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FLUID. ..j :
Household Article for tJatVorsol , ,
For BearUt and
I Sor Throat, Hinall
Pot, Meaal, and
the Sitk tliuuld utt it freely. Scarlet Krver nat
never been known to tpread when the Kluid wa
wed. Yellow Fever hat been cured with il after
black votnlt lind la k mi place. The worst
cue of Diphtheria yield to il.
revered and Kirk Per- SMALL-POX
nut refrethed and: and '
Ilnd floret prevent- PITTING of Small t
? tby y," wuh Po PBEVEWTK0
Darbyt rlmd. . . . ,
Impure Air made A member of my fcm. .
Tor Hor Throat It Is a J P'
urecure. liuid, lh pautnt wa
ConUctoM dettmved. . H delitriota, wtt not
lor Frosted n'"d' wa. about
WE?J2UH I JTJt'-wtS '
Rli.nmatlui, m I had It. f . W , V'aK
loo ie cured by iu use.
Hhlp F fit or prevented.
To purify the Breath,
Clean the Teeth,
it can't be turpaated.
Catarrh relieved and
Ive-ut. j cured.
Wound healed rapidly,
An A ntldote for Animal
or Vefetabl Pettgat,
I used the Fluid during
our preent affliction with
Scarlet Fever with de
cided advantage. It It
imlitpeni ihle to the tick
room. Wm. F. 6ao
ruao. Eyrie, Ala.
The prrytldaat bat
UM Darbyt Fluid very
tucxcMfully ia the treat
nentof Diphtheria. '
A. SroLtiMwaacK, k
Tetter dried up. ' '
Ulcere purified tad
In rate a of Death It
should be taved about .
the eorpte it will
prevent tny unplew
The eminent Phy.
MM, M. D., New
Vork. tart: "I am
convinced rrof Drty
Prophylactic Fluid it a
Vaoderbllt University, Nathvflle, Tean.
I testify to the moil eactllcot qualitlct of Prof. '
Darbyt Prophylactic Fluid. At a dwniecunt and
determent it a both theoretically and practically
uperior to any preparation with winch I am to
outlined. N. T. Lenox, Prat Cheatitry.
Darby Fluid 1 Recommended by
Hun. Alsxanos H. Stbi-hmij, of Oeoriut'
Rev. Cmas. F. Da-tan, U.D., Church of the '
Stranger, N. Y.: t
lot. LcCokt, ColumSia. Pmf ,L'nlvertity,8.C.
Kev. A. J. BAmt, Prof, Merrer Univiwtliy;
Rev. Oao. F. Planet, bithop M. E. Charxh.
ODISl'KNSAnLK TO EVERT HOME.
1'erfectly harmlrw. Vied Intrrnalty or
ettrraally lur Man or Bcatt.
The Fluid hat been thorouchly totted, and we
have abiirviant evidence tlut it hit done everything
here claimed. Y jt fuller information get of youf
Ingitt a pamphlet or trnd to the proprietort, '
J. II. 7.EILIX CO..
Manuticturing Chemitu, I'lIILADFLFHlA.
E0K0E n. LEACH, M. T).
Phvriian and Surgeon. .
gper.lat i!iit!ori palltotht ftoraeopt'hle treat
rtt of turijical dlteatee, and rlitatt ot womeo
omcr: on Itth ttrrMt,.oypgi!ta the Pul Ofl ,
'alro. II!. :j
H. J. 1. STRONG,
128 Coiuraerrlal Ave., Cairo, 111.
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a lady In tttaodauc.
R W. C. JOCFLYN,
OFFlCI-Sightk treU aear C"ias ere'! Afh.
U. E W. WHITi.OCK,
'Urrtoa No. IS Commerr.ta) AvmOB, (vttwue
rr J od Nlti'h Htreata
Manufacturer and Dealor In
Ul Stroei, lietweeo Conil A. Lev".
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OK AMUMTION.
Nafea Raialr(t, All Klodt nt Kert Mode.
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THE WORLD'S DOINGS.
The Convention of Irishmen in
Platform of the New National Leagut
r - Newa from the Old World
and the New.
Krw Yobk, April 25. Tria frreat body
ot tlel ctiii of tha Iriah Convention lu
Phlladrilpbla drxan to bh;qU1 at tbe
PtnniylvHiiia tli.-tiut . at early 4 o'clitrk
thi nionjii((. Tuc hody atetdlly Incrfimed
ii til It o'clock, at Tvbi.!ti hour aevtral pe.
dal trultin, rhartfred for tho oeiawlon,
ware .botrdH -V the (loli'ftatoe and tba
fart for I'hiiailulphla mud'.
PhijHklpiiia, April 25 The objec
o( r);c coDVeiitliiii of tbo Irlab Land Leaguo
of Amrrica. which w callrd to order In
Horticultural ilall lliis mornint,'. lto wind
Up tbo affair of tbat hotly and inerjie It In
to unoilinr IkxI)', wboae acopa will b
bronlor. Tbe Land League, n was or-
frnnlzed, deiil ouly with quettloni of land
aw, and not tboao of national and local
telf-fovornmeM. Tbo new organlr atlon
will grapple with all thpte gtie-Uona and
torua otnen lnl(l. Tbe call for tbe ec
ond oonvantion ttatei It object to b to
form a new Ifiipue, alter tbe plan of the
National League of Ireland, wblch will
bleml Into one orjranUatlou all rba lrib lo-detir-
of the I'nltod rotate and Cannda, tbe
new organization to le affiliated with tbe
Ihh National lazue of Ireland. Tbe
principle! of the I rl.D National Leapue,
which wu formed In Dnbltn tnOotobvr
lat. are at follow: 1, National self
enveinmeiit. 2. Land law Kfor. 8.
Loral teif-giivernment. 4. Extentlon of.
I'a ilia men tary and munctpal franchlM-i. fi.
Di'velopment ami enoournxnnitttt of tbe la
lior and ludiitnal tnteretta ot Ireland.
Thene principle, It 1 believed, will form
th pla'Joi'm upon whlrh tlm nw Nationnl
I '"iie to lie created to-uiorrow will
.u nve mtmitp pat twelve the Land
t. i:ne Convention w called to order by
Trr-aMent Jam; A. Mooney, of liuffulo'.
Patrick Lean, Father Crnriln and W alub
md a nuinlfr of Uutincuiabed tagurnt,
toi-etlier with a Rroup of lady delegate,
tot.k iti-iti upon the atajce. The conven
tion orsanlzed by tbe telectloDof the fol
lowing temporary nffinn : Pretldent,
Jani-tA. Mofiitey, ofnuflulo. prealdrnt of
tbe Irih Lund Leatrui' of tbe United States:
aerretary. L J. Hayne. of Buffalo, ecr
tary of tbe IrUh Land League of the Uni
ted State; aanlMant ecretarie, M'm. J.
Sheehnn, of Buffalo, andJ. V. O'Conoell,
of Washington. No vioe-presldcnta.
Mr. Mooner. delivered tbe openlnc ad
dren. President Mooney'a mention of
the name of Pariftll and Egan wai
roclferouilj cheered, aa waa tbe refereooe
inTr)aaiirinr Etrin' financial account.
l'luiiifv. of Botton, moved
the appointment of a corn
untied mi credential, each State
add territory represented to (elect it own
committeemen. Afttr aeveral motion to
irijint a committee on rule ana rttctila
latlon. and another to audit the treasur
er's account, wblch were decided during
much oonauiion to bo out of order. Flatb
ey'i motion was earrlod, and the conven
tion took sreceof five minutes to allow
the delegation to cbooe their ooinmittee
men on credentials. Tba convention came
to order again at 1 o'clock. Flat hey
moved a call of ttatesand territories so that
each member of th committee on creden
tials might answer and Dama members of
8uloid and Murder.
Nrw Yori, April 28. Frank Larkin,
tbe well-known base-ball player, of
ten called Terry Larkin, wa the
principal In a blood tragedy yes
terday, during wblch ne shot bit wife
aerlounlv, a policeman slightly, and tben
cut his own throat.
Pbelan, tbe policeman shot, give tbe
following account: "uunng tne aner
noon I beard tbat he bad followed bis wife
to a friend's house and ordered her home
at tbe point of a tevolver, saying be would
shoot her If ibe did not go home. At aoon
as I beard tbat I went to bis house, and
bearing voice. I sent word to the station
for help. Michael Kennedy came. While
we were standing at the door, and I wu
explaining to him why I sent tor him, wa
were startled by two jrtttol abnts. We
ruibed up stairs, and aa I tried to open the
door a ball came through It, This wa fol
lowed bv three other, tbe last one striking
me on tbe cheek. Tben we tot sofa wblch
wa In the hall, and used It a a battering
ram. Aa tbe door fell In I law Larkin drop
to tha floor,
COVERKD WITH BLOOD.
He held the razor In his bind. Kennedy
bent over blm while I went to Mrs. Larkin,
who wa leaning aalntt a window. Her
clothing was (11oolored with blood. Al
most every article In the room was over
turned, broken and bloody. Tbe poor wo
man, when aba saw me,
said: "Oh, I thought ha
killed you." The wife told me
that be looked the door and quarreled
with her. Finally he shot ber,
and then be stood orer ber with
the Btatol. 'I dare not move.' she
aid, 'beoauae If ha had thought I was
alive be would bave ahot uie attain.' At
this time he heard us at the door,
and. ' turnlnk' from bis wife, dis
charged the remaining four shots tbat
were In bis revolver at ' u. When be
bad done o he took the razor from hi
pocket, itnd Just a we puhed tbe door In
drew it acroas bis throat. I supported
blm to the police station, where his and my
wouni were ciresseu . ' '
A rhvitiplftn nrexldlng In the nelehhor
hood extrncted the ball and dreed ber
wound. Larkin when hi wounds were
dreasHid, was placed In an ambulance
ana ni wire was piaceo. at nis siae,
They wore taken to 8t. Catharine's Hospi
A Dlatllltnst Company rail.
Boston, April 28. The Bleyer Distilling
roinpoiiy, vi pi. Liouis. iihn maue Mi aa
slgnmenl. It succeeded the firm of How
man Jt Itlevar. who falUil In .Immanr. null
whlnh the comnromlierl at. tiftv nnt nn
tbe dollar. Tbe present liabilities ot tbe
company are as yet unanown.
"- Ball Itr Krlai.
Bt. Loins, April aft.The mindate of
the United States Supreme Court reversing
tliecaae of Chnrlei F. Krlng wn filed In the
Criminal Court by Mnaara. Scwsi U ft Jones.
having been rocetved via the Mate Supreme
court, lvring win do lanmioa to dhii to
' Mfero rroate.
; riTiiWBCRO, Va. , April 2ft. -A severe
! rost visited tble vicinity last night. Ioe
formed half an Inch thick. It la feared tbe
fruit crop la damaged.
I Am IwferMttaar Halt.
Bi-oominotov, III., April Sfl. Jimee
F. Barry, wall known in amusement eireiee
in Hloomington ana eisewnere, nas i minu
ted a libel suit aculnat the proprietors of
he Ruadav Eve. an amusement and aocl
etr otirnal pulillsbod to tbti city, for the
Si'ilillcatlun of in article relied Ing upon
HIT moral character, which wis eon-
tldvrably inilrched by the editor. Barry
clulmi bis ability to prove nis entire iiiuo
wuci jej e etiaxjie aawteafauaaa.
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Dim sums Party Mart ). .
Sew York, April M.-Gen. pM
his party, consisting ot h i wife. Senator ,
Romero Qublo uid daughter, Ir. Llccaga
and wife, Uen. John 1) KrM.le and tbe
prWaU secretaries of (ten. blax and Buna
tor Rublo, with M, Nlckerson, President ,
onue Mexican Central Kalirona, iani
for tbelr bomo in Mexico tbla morning.
They left the Windsor Hotel I
o'clock' and took the Erie reute
from Jersey City to Buffalo. r From Buffalo
m i oieuo in)' will journey ovenno,e
snore uohu, una from lowao to hi. whh
over tbe Wabash. The. Cairo Short Llie
will take tho party from St. Louie to New
Orleans, and from this point tbey will
embark on buuday next for .Yora
Cruz. The pai tv will travel In a -pedal
train of fo i: art, and faat trm will
cms made ou all tbe roads, yen.. Li waa
too much weuiled to talk,..
but he demited fieu. t'riaib a lav, tar that
ne wax very much iileated and highly flat '
(.Mil l. .1 . I. I k J L..H M
corded trim In tbls couiury Una that nis
vlcit Ik re bad been a pp.ant one from' Us .
Ieslnnin to It cloe. Oen. Krlsble blm
self xaid Ibol tba vlait of Gon. Diaz to the
United Mates had "broadened" bla ralud
nd would be of incakitilable bcneltt to blm
in the future. "He wlU bethe nertPree
Mentotthe Republic of Mexico," said
Don. Frllble, "and In tbat position mile
of wbut be hii learned, during bla tbort
vtNlt here will prove of great valut to
Boston, April 2ft. Tbe Tewkebitry
examination naa resumed today. Christine
Mueller testified to tanning bunian skim
received from various doctorsandrftdente.
and a pair of upper for slipper mtdetrom
a woman's Kin were snowti. rranx u.
Uaveriin testified to cnielty pnu'tiewd bv
nurses. On one ootauion they dres-wa an
Idiotic boy In fantastic inrb and fiirht-
ened one German so tbat be died soon
fter. He remembered - tbat a patient
who bad received extreme unction from a
priest, bad I icon taken by tbe back of the
neck and forced alonr. screaming, Into the
hath'tuh. Jle died thlrtv-als: hours after.
Witness said these cruelties had taken p!ace
since last eptmhcr, and then rtpscrlie
tbe fare given inumtes, which waa paslilv .
good and plrutvof It. However, be would
not go back to Tewkesbury If be could
avoid it. i
Chicaoo. Anril 2S. Tbe aeent of the
principal iteiinihoat lines pU'Inr between
thl city. Buffalo and Erie have Joined
hand with tbe rjllmad In making war
against the Chicago Board of Trade, and it
1 arrerted thev will not appear on the floor
of 'Cbanire until the ponding dUnute be
tween the board and the mds is settled.
It wasexpe!ted tbe hoard members would
make shipment by water In order to bring
the road to terms, hut a tbe pHnalpal
lines of steamers are owned by the railroad
companies, tbey are subject to tbe latter'
control, and the action of the events is
stated to be by order of the railroad man
ager. Tbla action nrturojly drwi Dot In
clude sailing ves-ls and a few independent
steamboat lines. I
A Sail Jtlll Burned.
Birit.KVti.tE. III.. April 2ft. The Writ
en Nail mill, in tbe northeait part ot it he
city burned to the ground this morning.
The fire started In the rolling department
it 11:05 a.m., and In about five mlnotee
tbe entire structure was in flames. Tbe
loss on machinery Is almost total. The loe
on all la estimated it between
$73,000 and flOO.noO, which ts fully covered
l)V lfl1'" mill ! mmlk-
machines ind employed about two hundred
men. It has been running but about six
month, and was wav behind In filling Us
orders. A remirkahle coincidence occurs
In It being the anniversary of the burning
of Wmgb's mill, which burned a year ago
to-dav. The mill ire owned by a com
pany," of wblch Gen. Powell, of M. Louis,
fi president. The general wa formerly
superintendent for the Belleville Nail Mills,
ox wnicn tn. vt augn is president.
A Big Bias.
Alton. III.. April 25. A (Ire at North
Alton, between 1 and 2 o'clock tbls morn
ing, completely destroyed the brick build
ing occupied by Bnrth at a drug store,
with all Its contents, the reitdenoe and
furniture of Mr. Bartb, in tbe rear, two
bouiei owned by J. Dixon and occupied by
him ana iinnrr iv-iz. respectively, ana toe
book store of J. T. Detterdlng. The total
loss Is about $8,000, partially covered by
Insurance. Only most heroic work on tbe
part of tbe citizens saved tbe entire Tillage
from tbe flames. Its total destruction wu
t one time threatened.
Prohibition In BllolUgaa.
Detroit. April 25. In the Legislature
this forenoon the Prohibition amendment
to the Constitution was taken up in tbe
Senate, put on lu paaeage and lost by a
vote ot twenty to eleven, not nearly a strict
Ivpartvvote. Tbe matter was then recon
sldered, and the proposition providing for
local option laid on toe table for future ac
tion. Tbe action Is considered
to have settled tbe Impossibility
ot carrying Prohibition in this Legisla
OAtnsTO.v, Texas, April 25. A Newi'
Houston special tayi: An atrooloui crime
wis committed ntue mllei from here at
Brick-bouae Gully. A negro ooy named
Adama, aged 12, under the impression that
the bovi or the neighborhood were going to
flog blm, whtte playing w ith Cuney Nelson,
aged 11, whom he inspected as one of tbe
party, tied a rope around Neiion'i walit,
and, mounting a hone, tied tbe other end
to tbe pommrl of tbe uddle and rode rap
idly off, dragging Nelion through the ia
vine until dead. Tie took the train for
Houston, where he was captured.
Little Rock, Ark., April 25.-Ncar
Cedar Gladea, Yell county, Saturday,
William Potter wa mttrdcrod while work
ing In h'.i field by Riley Blocker and Jack
Daniels, In whose posiesslon some of
Potter'i bogi were found. They were
taking him to the woodi to iboot blm when
he halloed to his wife, and tben they ibot
blm and fled to the mountains and joined
everal other desperadoes. A therm and
posse ire searching for tbem and a bloody
encounter is expected.
A Woman's ratal Bbot.
Lansino, Mloh., April 25. A. D.
Clark, awealthy real estutrj man of Bnttle
Creek, came here several dayi igo In com
pany with a young woman known In theit
rlonlclrclci as Frauklo Carr, The sup
posed wife of Clark appeared on the scene
yesterday, and In an altercation shot, prob
ably fatallv, the Carr woman, Clark al
ien th Frnnklo Carr ts his leiral wife snd
that tha shooter wue limply bis mistress.
The latter wis aocouipanlod by two young
WlLMISOTON, Dol.. April 24. Special!
Indicate no material damugo to the poach
crop of Delaware and tbe eastorn shore of
Maryland by last nlgbt'i frost.
One Tnonsaatf Mrlkers.
New York, April 2ft.-Tbe trlke of tbe
Spanish and Cuban cigar makers still oon
tlnuei. Only two llrma have given In.
About 200 flrmi are atfeotod, and between
too and 1,000 men are out. ,
Arroatoel tor Bmkoaaloraen.
RocKFtRD, III., April 4V5.-Geo. L.
Alexandsr, a traveling salesman for 1'oln
dexter A Mnrphr, wholesale crockery
dealers, of Pittsburg, wai arrested
Tuesda) night upon a charge ot cm
burileinent, It being aluiged that he
made away with about $4,000 In colke-tieusV
iWWOfULD, 1)1., April SS.-fltU
bun'! levee bill, proposing measures for
Protecting, preserving and extending
levees and Increasing tbe powers of resi
dent aUthoriltlM. Mat with, nnl AnnrultU.
andpMted to a third reading without
mendment. Senator Tannor'e railroad
nwung w was tbe ipxrui order. Sena
tor w biting aekod for Information ooniMru
tng tbe merits ot tbe bill, but failed to
licit a response. The senate refused to
order it to a third reading, wbnreupon
Senator Condot gave notice of a motion to
reconilder the vote bv which tbe bill for'
the appropriation of flW.OOO to the
Southern Penfcehrfory wai advanced t
third ' m ffcadlng. A strong
, effort was made so retluce the pprnpi'1
tlon totlOOJXW. r.mators Merritt, mma
nd Bell urged tbe neceailty for retrench-
'Went where claims, were unreasonable,
which wai claimed tn tha presout Instance,
while Senator Rogers wared ho, and poured
.out a volume of irsumeni against tbe hlgb
living of officials In th e tntltut.it and a
plea for tax-pavers in neral , The defi
ciency bill, calling for 18.000 for xpen's
of tha Soutbcrn Illtnots pcnlUutlwv for
, April, May and Juee. -1M, eamaed a good
- deal of blaster. A motion to strike .out.
tba enacting word w ot. and the Mil
weereoommiMed.- The bill making letter
prs copies of abstract! prima fade evi
dence In bnrnt record proeecdlnge went to
After the conlderaton of a few hills,
the Hon settled down on the appropria
tion bill. - - The fight over the clatta seven
waa resumed, tbe Democrat Insisting on s
reduction of every Hem mentioned In the
bill. Tbe pay of Janitor, six to ivn
hundred dollar i year, tbey thought enor
mous, and tbe Idee of paying for newspa
pers waa perfectly preposterous and con
trary to tbe principles of" tbe Democratic
party. Tbe amendment so fur amount to
nothing. But little progress baa been
made, ind only the ninth section wan
reached. . A meesage from tbe Governor
announced bis approval of House bills No.
471, 407, 46, and Urate bill No. 111. One
thousand copies of Mr. MorrUon'e minu
facturert' railroad bill were ordered print
ed. . " :
A Betlaiosia Gathering.
' Detroit, -Aprtl .' 2ft.-Tbe regular
aosalona of lbs? . Prosbvterlan WoniBn'
Board of Mission of the Northwest, be
gan tbla morning with 0
delegate present. It was opened with
prayer by Ml Peabody, of Oxford,
Ohio. The address of welcome was mado
by Mrs. Dr. Morse Stewart of tbls elf,
and responded to by Mrs. 8.
A. Boune,r ot Grrensburz, Ind. Let
ters of greeting from the ladle of
the PbllrdHphla Bureau, and tbe
Board of tho Southwest were tben
reed. ' Greetings were tben ex
tended by tbe ladles representing th
Baptist, Cotigregationlst, Methodist and
Canadian Presbyterian Boardi. Presi
dent Mri. Ilorge tben delivered tbe annual
address, reviewing the blstorv of tbe work
of thla Board, and nrovldonclal tokoni In
Its favor which had leea noticed. A poem
entitled "Tbe Bride ' Outfit," by Mr.
Derrick lohnson. wai read by that lady
ana wen received, aner wDioti the bene
diction waa pronounced and lunch served
la tbe oburcn pwrlora.
A Uoarjr rallnra,
ClltcaOO, April 29. A ripple wa cre
ated on 'Cb ingo here this morning by tbe
announcement that tbe commission bouse
ot Haney, Richardson t Co. hold sue
cumoed. The firm notified nil with
whom they bad outstanding deal to
eloee them up. So -Intimation la
-j atven et mm nblli
tie. Ills suted that the firm h, hocn
beavy seller of wheat and provision. Bnd
the market has been going steadily attain!,
tbem. Truman B. Uandy, the hnatl of the
firm, liiClnclnnatl resident, who managed
a wheat deal of magnitude In this citv two
years ago. Tbe market Is onlr slightly af
fected by tbe announcement.
Of Interest to Brewer.
WisniXOTOK, April 25. Socretanr Fol-
Sr decldet the appeal of F. W. hemon
: Co., from the Imposition of duties by the
collector of the port of New York upon sn
article known to brewers as granulated
rice. Tbls article consists of kernels or
grains of "cleaved" rice, broken intofras
menu. Tbe designation ' cleared" Is
that of tbe present tariff law. The secre
tary holds that granulated lice does not
come under the destination of rice
"cleared" within the meaning of the
present Urlff i that it li not governed bv
tbe clause of the tariff, and II liable to duty
at 20 per cent, ad valorem as an article
manufactured In whole or In part.
tabbed to Dain.
dUCAOO, April 23. Thomas Shine, a
painter, while leaving a disreputable house
on Pacific iveuue at 1 o'clock this morn
ing, became embroiled with three stran
gers, one of whom killed htm bv stnhhlng
him In the neck with a knife. The tragedy
U tboueht to bare been unprovoked. The
police arreaied tbruc men lupposed to have
dooe the stabbing.
KlUod by n Hone.
FnM-J. April 26.-John O.
Miller, a voung farmer, while at work tn
hli barn last night wis kicked ind Instant
ly killed hv a vicious home as he was pass
tie animal's stall. Young Miller wai to
biva been mar tied two day after his un
Nlarb nnto Death.
Bloomisoton, III.. Aprtl 2ft. Hon.
W. M. Smith, a well known politician of
Illinois and ex-member of the Railroad
and Wsrehouse Commission, la lying In a
very dangernui condition at hli home at
Lexington, Illinois. Hit death ti hourly
A Railroad In tbo Biver.
Gamhsoh, " Y., April 25. Three
hundred feet of the West ebore track at the
Hampton Point slid Into tbe river Monday
nd dli appeared from view.
In Berlin, 2,500 cabmen i truck for aa
increase of wage.
Two Mexican horie-thlrves were lynched
it Corpus Cbrlntl.
Henry T. Wright, Assistant Pottmaster
it Raclue, Wis., Is under arrest, owing to
shortage ot $000 In his accounts.
A heavy wind storm atOgden, Utah,
blew a standing railroad train over and
damaged several building.
The Mayor of Mlnncapolli vetoed the
ordinance fixing saloon licenses at il.OuO,
The Council snstalned the veto,
Tho election of Governor of Georgia on
Tuosduv passed quietly, with a light vote.
Henry u. McDanlel was elected without
At KnoxvUlo. Tenn., W. B. Staley.
twenty years old and a lawyer, committed
iiiU'lde at the residence of young lady who
tefuied to marry him.
At Grand Forks, Minn., eleven arrests
were mndo of parties suspected of
being eonnected with the murder of the
Ward brothers at that place on Sunday.
Jos. Fisher, Sr., of Cbenoa.-III., wis
ooldontally shot by bit friend, Frank
Franks, while the two were hunting.
He lingered until Tuesday afternoon, "ben
The Executive Committee of the National
Cotton Planters' Asioolatlon decided to
import the claim of Kew Orleans
for the location ot tha Centennial Cotton
John U. Kelnkln. a rroeir ot Savannah,
Ga., disappeared on April 16, md now hli
brother M'l!hli clerk, named Cordes, are
missing, Tbe assets are tuuch is exctsi i
The KaJly J0.7 Disagrees Fijm en TrW
Other Itrfwrtant Cablegram!.
LoxTJOtr. April 25. -Tho Time isrslt k
nndentood tbe evidence i"lnt Petei
Tynan, "No. l,"from liidependent' wit
nesses a wall as from informer.. 1 such a
to Justify decisive action bv tbe Govern -meat
In asking for his extradition.
Low DON. April 25. The race for the
2,000 guineas stakes for threo-vear-nldi
was won by Lord Falmouth' Golllard,
Lord Cadogan'a Goldtleld second, C. Blsn
ton's Tbe Prliine third.
Galltard won by a neck. There wu only
bead between the second and third
hone. The winuer's time, l:(W. Bet
ting at the start, nine toiwo Rfatuat.'UaU
lardsMtoeoatm Goldfleld; five u
ue against Tbe Ptince.' , t
Io!rtO!, April 2.V Bullion withdrawn
from the Bank of England on balance M-
DEATH Of A TRINCIS.
LoirrxiN, April 55. riitwje Bstthvanr.
the well known patron of the turf and
o per of a numtK-r of rac home, died
suddenly tbls aftnrnonii in the ennloure
for members at tho New Market track. Ills
death occured Ju.-t after the name. of
starters and Jockeys in the race for th I.
000 gulna. stakes ba1 Immu hoisted. '
Dt;bli!, April 2ft Karl flpooce, Lord
Lieutenant, started for Buillns eountv
Mayo, to-tl iy. Frtdav he will witnoss the
dt'ptirttire from Bollmullet for America of s
number of emlicrHnt.
' ' PHOKStX pauk Trtut s.
Dcbum, April 25. The trial of Tirno.
thy Kelly, cbarsed w ith pariiclputlng In
the Pban!xyrk uiurdtirs was contlntiod
this morning. The Judge, In summing np
mo cvmr.ncc men, spoKe most stronjiy
against the prisoner's claim ot alibi. The
Jury after beiug out a short time returned
and suii'iunoi'd thev were unnlile to suree
on a verdict. The"tr1sl of Michael Fagln,
charged with thBimwUer of Burko, was
Faglii pleaded not guilty. Adam and
1. O Bvrne are nsslgnod to defend him.
There Is great dlfflctilty In forming a Jurv.
Seventy-five of those tailed failed to make
their appearance snd were fined flOt)
James Carey, the Informer, wm sailed to
the stand In the Fagan trial. He testified
that be bad arranged to stab ex-Secreurv
Forater after the plot to shoot blm bad
tailed. He said be did not attend' tbe
meetings of the Assassination surety on
Sunday on account of Subbatartan scru
ple. He doc! 11 re il tbat even now he
wished to remove tyrants, snd sld be be
lieved It was no sin to kill Burke.
TUB JURY DISl'HAHOKI).
DVBLI, April 2ft.-The Jury In the case
of Kelly was sent back to rm:onldcr tbelr
verdict, but after returning tbe fourth
time snd reporting that tbev could not
agree tbey were dhcbrgod.
Bkbux, April 25. Tho National Zeltuhg
ays the position of Sarg-'iU, United Stain
Minister, Is considered In diplomatic circle
to bave been shale. In consequence of his
letter to the American Secretary of Stato
on the subject of the Importation of pork
The Deutsche Tagelilutt siivs tne answer
of Prussia to the letter of Cardinal Jaco
blnl, Papal Secretary of State, has been
submitted to the Emperor. It state tbat
certain penal clauses of the objectionable
law migbt be abolished if the Vatican
would consent to make concvtalous with
regard to giving notice to IVussIa of clerical
VtBitSA, April 25. -Helen Marcovllvh,
who attempted to shoot King Milan, has
been lenteuccd to death.
Ai'iUL 25, 1883.
CATTLE Strong; 10c higher; exports
W 2534 00; good to choice shipping
$6 8.VcW15: common to fair f3 2545 90;
butchers $2 65(35 15; itockcrs and feeders
HOGS Slow; 510c lower; light 17 300i
7 65; mixed packing (7 15(3750; heavy
gacklng md shipping (7 5W7 65.
CATTLE Good to beavy native steers
(ft 90(31 80; common to medium native
teen (4 50O 6 25; fair to good Colorado
$j405 60: louthwest $3 7500; corn-fed
Texsns m7 6CW 66; oominon to good sleek
en $4 40(34 65; fair to good Ifeedert $4 75
06 76; common to choice native cows
nd heifers $3 90(34 90; tcaJUwags of any
kind $3(93 60.
HOGS Lower, but active on ihlpplpg
nd butchers' eocount. Light to good
Yorkers $7 H507 5; mixed to good
packing $7 10O7 M; butchers to extra
beivv $7 4.VS7 00; skips and cull $6 45()7.
SifEEP Good fat sheared f-YM; oom
mon do dull at $3d3 85.
WHEAT April (1 10; May $1 WH
June $113: July $1 UMOK; August
$100'i yearfl 08V.
CORN-Abril 54 b; Mv 54 s June
WVt July 69XOX; Auguit 56H b.; year
OATS April 41 H bi May 41 X'. Juns
42H; July 4U b.Jrear 83K b.
WHEAT May $1 21 X ; June $1 J3
CORN-May67V : JunetWK; July 07 k.
OAT8-May00; June 50;July 50V.
WHEAT May fl I2V bids May $1 18 V;
June $1 16 Hi July $1 IS; August
$1 W September 1 UH year $1 11 V.
CORN-April 68; May 57 ; June 69 K
OATS-AprlUlHbld; May 42 H to 42 Hi
June 62 bid; Jmly 40 Md.
Oonntry Produeo, Ete.
BUTTEIl Medium grade in lsrge offer
tng ind dull snd we ik. (Sale of Creamery
vers at 2i( for choice and fancy ; sec
onds at boat Dutry rates, Choice to fancy
Dairy 23(ifti6; fair to good Wt30 common
EGGS Today, quiet and fairly steady at
a POU LTRY Live chlckous-.$8 2ftJl 60
tor cocks; $3 7.Vo4 for mixed ; $4 YH 60
for hens. Spring chickens $2 5V3 60 for
mall and icrubbyt KKa6 for full-grown
Turkeys $W14, top rate for gobblers;
LEAD Nothing transpired, and we
heard of no change from lust sule, which
want Refined at $4 2ft, hard at $4 10.
, UVKBPOOI.. '
Mark lane Wheat sjid corn dull.
Country msrkets firm. Weather In Eng
land rather unfavorable. Wheat is
rather easier; No. 2 spring s 8d.
No. I spring S9d. western winter M Id;
mixed western oom rather easier feeling t
Id. Dsmand from United Klotdom end
Contlneal not muoh doing for WMat wl
WB. . '
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The blood it tie foundation ot
hfc, H circulates through every part
of tbe body, and unlets it U pure
and rich, good health is impossible.
If disease hu entered the system
the n!y sure and quick wiy to drive
It out is to purify and enrich the
ThrM simple facts are weQ
known, and the highest medical
authorities ajreo that itttkbtf but
iron will restore the- bloof to iu
nattrral condition ( . ar.d also that
all the Iron ptqmuoTu hitherto
made blacken the teeth, cause head
ache, and are othe: 'itc injurious. ;
Brown's I ron f! ru is .il thor
onghly and nuickly asrimilate with
the blood, punf.!'.; and vtrrngthen
ing it, and thus dijvc disease from
any part of the system, snd it will
nt blacken Uie teeth, cause head
ache or constipation, and is reet
bvely sjW injurious.
Saved his Child.
ty N. Euuw St, Baluttort, Md.
Ftb. it, salt,
Gtnit: t'pen th rtcomnwatlaw
ttrm of a fritud 1 tried Hnowm't
Imom llirrss at a ionic aaU r
ttorativ for my daughter, boa
I wai thoroughly convinced ras
ailing away ilh Contuniprion.
Having lott three daujhiert by lh
tcrribl dlteaae, ander the car of
eminent phytklant, I wat icth la
believe thai anything could arrest
the profrrcu ci the diaeatt, but, tar
any great turprite, btfor my dang)
ler had ukcannebiMileof llsoww'
Ihoh hiTTtss. the bepin M mend
and now it quite rettorcd to former
health. A fifth daughter bccaji to
tbnw tigni of Coruumpties, and
when the physician -aa contuliaJ
he quickly taid " Tonic were ra
qui rid ;" and when informed tbat
the elder titter wat taiing BaoWa .
laoM brrrtas, rapoaded "that t' ',
a good took, talc lu"
Bucm-N's Iron Bitteri effectual.
W cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion and
Weakness, and renders Die greatest
relief and benefit to persons wffitring ,i
from such wasting diseases as Con
Kmption. Kidney Complaiiiis, etc t
XSfKW YORK .STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Larireat Varwty Stock
IN THK OITY.
HOODS aSOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PA.TII0K cSc CO,
Cor. NiottiMinth ttrevt fVi .,' .Ill
Pnninisrrial Avium I
X. B. Thistlewood & Iiro.
(.RAIN S.CKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEJ5, '
Cnivn, - Illinois,
Nelsou ('ounty Whisky,
ia7 onto l.EVEE.
lis. a. aaim.
restaT s. Mira.
Grand Central Store.
oa. mo. - - iix.
Shop e) HS'llday Avn. between f..art4 Md
Kiith Mr", Cilro, llllsole.
, , , ,!. !:'' ,
UTAH kinds t t Ha-bt and heavy Maekessltntae,
wagoa aad carriage work done In Ue ssoei wsxsv
laaaltke si0Br. Il'ine-thoatof a suaJtf aavi '
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