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THE ..CAIRO DAILY
HAJKO. 1LLIN018, WEDNESDAY MORNINO, JANUARY 23 1881
A Household Article fur L'ulrertal -Vmuiilf
For Scarlet nod
Poi, Measles, and
all Contagion Iitv. Peron waning on
tho Sick should uu il freely. Scarlet lever has
ncvet been known to spread where the Fluid wit
med. Yellow Fever hat been cured with it after
blitck vomit hud taken place. The wont
cases of Diphtheria yield to U.
Fevered and Kirk Per
PITTING of Small
A member of my fam
ily was uken with)
Small pus:. 1 used the
Fluid ; the patient Wat '
n t delirious, was not
pitted, and was about
the house again In three
weeks, and no other
had it. -J. W. Pa
son refreshed and
Bed Horn prevent-
ed by bathing with
Import A Ir nude
harmless and purified.
For Hore Throat it is a
For Fronted tret,
Chilblain, Pi let,
Soft White Complex-
lont secured by its use.
Bhlp Fever prevented.
To parlfjr the llreath,
Cleanne the Teeth,
it can't bt surpassed.
Catarrh relieved tud
Burnt relieved instantly.
Irtente: y cured,
wound healed rapidly.
An Antidote for Animal
or Vegetable Poison,
I used the Fluid during
our present affliction with
6carlet Fever with de
cided advantage. It is
kidispcniahl to the sick
oom. Wst. F. Sajid
on. Eyrie, Ala.
The physician Her
use l)trbvt Fluid very
successfully la the treat
ment of Diphtheria.
Tetter dried up.
Ulcer puri6ed and
In case of Death It
should b used about
the corpse It will
prevent any unpleas
The eminent Fliy.
slclan, J. MARION
NIMH, M. D., New
York, says: "I are
convinced Prof Darbyt
Prophylactic Fluid is a
Y&ndaiphllt ITnlMlw V.l.lll. w
' J t ..wiu,ii,v, IPBHi
I testily to the most excellent qualities of Prof
Darby Prophylactic Fluid. As a disinfectant and
detergent it it both theoretically and practically
upenor to any preparation with which I am ac
quainted. N. T. Lcton, Prof. Chemistry.
Darbyt Fluid It Recommended by
Hon. Aluxanucr H. Stifhkns, of C-urjia;
kev. Cmas F. Deans, D.D., Church of the
Strangers, N. Y.;
lot. UrCoirrt, Columbia Prof, University, S.C.
Kev. A. J. ifATTLt, Prof , Mercer Umvervty;
Rev. Cao. F. Pinct, Bishop M. E. Church.
rXDLSI'ENSABLK TO EVERY HOME.
Perfsctly harmless. Used internally or
externally for Mn or beau,
Th Fluid has bn thoroughly tested, and w
have abundant evidence that it has done everything
her claimed f or fuller information get of your
Druggist a pamphlet or send to the proprietors,
J. II. ZKIUN CO..
Manufacturing Chemists. p'iH ADELPH1A.
.i av i r
y j? vastat
IJIBE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking Business
NTERPRISE 8AVINO BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BASK.
THOS. W. HALL1DAY,
ALEXANDER COUNT Y
; IS jJN I K i
Commercial Avenue and Eijhtri street
T. BR0S8, President.
U. WILLS, Oaahier.
I r. NrF, Vic I'ret'nt
T. J. Korth, At'l nth
F. Bros t Ca'ro I William Kluie. .Cairo
Peter NelT William Wolf.... "
CM Oeterloh " I C. 0. Patier "
B.A.Bnder H. Well '
J. T. Clemeon, Caledonia.',
AOKNERAL BANKING BUSINBSS DONE.
Bxehauge eold andbouitht. Interest paid it
tbeHavtngt Dopartment. Colluctlnut mad and
all business promptly attemleii to.
CLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mil Is
HlfheitCMh Prlee Paid for Whcfki
a Sals A 2gK
li i E g
Jamei Nutt "Not Guilty" of Murder,
Enthusiastic Minifeitationi in the Court'
roam and on the Streets,
Tt)e Unwritten I. aw Which lor lv
Hundred Yeara Has rer.ii.ile4
SJkt Mast Its May Hie llee troy.
erjal III House.
Pi TTHm, Rtt, !., .Inn. J -'mmi re
lunm I In Ht-nion promptly -ti i : :x . Tin
room vyr crowded to hii Itx ai inn with Bin
lout tpeutatur. Tb jrismi6r w plmcil
la the flock at 9:45, and at M o'clock III"
Jury iu annouoeed. Afler roll call limy
were wked the uhum! ii-ittitn and ro
plltd: "We have agreed ou a verdiut."
"What m;ty it lu?"
1 ME CKT IAKB.X Lf.
Scarce hail tha hum of approval reaned
lu the court room uulll the cry was taken
up by the crowilt u the timet below, and
tboutt were b ard from Uioha unable to
lo entrance ufflolcut tu ti tnporarily ren
der tt a matter of impostlbilii lot the
volen of the Jury or Judge to he heard.
The excitement lu the court room wa alto
Interne, but previous to the iDpvarunce of
the Jury tho Jinltce bad iHtued ucn etrun
order in regard to inaulfenitiinif approval
or dlxapprnral that the reception of wel
come to the verdict wat rcoilered rather
taint;, though the f not of tbute present tpoke
volume. Se toooer had tbu word "not
KUllty" been sounded than there was a
KCSII FOB THR UOOItS.
and lu the eagcrue'i of tome to gel t.i Ibf
telegraph ami newspaper offloei, net a few
were iliviitly Injured. VThen in a olear
vote oaine tha word, "We find the
pritoncr not gulity," the crowd, ablub
had with difficulty betin reetralned durinft
ta monitor, gave vtut to It approval,
Congratulatlona were heard all over the
room. It wu t long while before the con
fusion tubeided and the happy peuplt were
allowed to deptrt. It It atfe to i;iy the
Jury will not receive the tame ttyle of do-AH--7
that wbleb tried Duket In Union
lowa. Assetber AeeeMiist.
fminuBQ, Jan. 2t When court at
tetabledat 9:30 there were at leat 8,000
sep!t In tad around the court room. The
prteener't face was very pain when be
walked la preceeded by the tlpttave. Mr.
5utt and daughter were unable to be pre
ent, the tcclteaeut and fatigue attending
ibe trial having proven too much f ir them.
Marabal SwarUwelder, of counsel for tbe
dtfente, whUpered to a friend: "It will
be acquittal." Tbt erowd caught the
werdi tad began in applaud vigorously.
Many women cried for Joy. At tbe clook
ttruck ten tbe Jary filed in and the prtton
COMMANDED TO STAND Kt.
"Wbaltayyou, gentlemen, ba you
agreed upon a verdletf" asked the clerk.
"We have," answered tbe foreman.
"What I It?" oootliiued tbe clerk.
"Sot guilty," W84 tbe reeponte, wbleb
waadrowntd In an Imtninte cheer. Un
fortunately for the pnooer, tbe clerk did
not record tbe verdict a originally given.
Bad be done to Jtmet Nutt would now be
a free man, it tbe verdict, wbeu reeoriitd.
mutt Hand, no alteration are tuffered.
When the tfteltement ba'i tomewbat tub-
aided, the dark athed the Jury If that win
The foreman replied, "no, your Honor,
net guilty on the grotsnd of intaoily at tbe
time of killing."
BKLD FOR a day.
The Jndge then aunouooed that be would
decide at to tbt prisoner' tanity or Insan
ity to-morrow, aud Nutt wat taken back to
bit cell, where be wan met by bit mother,
titter, Major Brown of tbe countel for the
deft-met anil relative of the family. Alter
an effecting Noeue Mrs. Nutt and party re
paired to Brown 't ofllne where they tre
now rteeivlng tbe congratulations of their
If it the general bell -f that tbe Judge'
opinion will be afavorahle one and by to
morrow soon Kutt win te free.
TBS HASMOJIEST A1 .
3est. Hnnroek, Last Uemofrraite Caod-
Idata, Its HI. LodIs.
St. Louis, Jan. 22. A tall, portly
geatletntn, with a soldierly bearing and a
handsome face, adorned by a mustache and
t small punub of whiskers In the center of
his lower lip, entered tbe Southeru and
started up tbe grand staircase. It was
easy to reco;nlxe in the figure the Imp
Democratic candidate for the Fretldency,
and the handsomest man In the army,
Ma). -Gen. Wlnfleld Scott Hancock. Qen.
Hancock is accompanied by Mrs. Hancock
and Col. L. H. Barber of bis staff. He
greeted the reporter who met him cordial
ly, but used to be excuxed from on ex
tended Interview, especially on political
"I am on a trip for health and pleasure
so ely, and I don't tbink It would be rigbt
to talk about strious things. You know 1
bave beeu home from some Injurlot re
ceived, and when I got nearly well 1 con
oluded to take a recuperative trip to Call
fornla. I was stationed there three year
once. I have been away tinoe December
1, and am on my return. Mrs. Hancock
and her brother, Col. Barber, bave some
business to attend W wltb reference to net
ling ud an estate, aud we tbll remln here
for a week or so. ' '
"How is your health uow UeueralV
"Excellent; I am as well as I ever wat."
' Gen. Hancock, aliboturh portly In figure,
Is not by any means the fleshy man some of
his campaign portraits would Indicate bim
to be, and the reporter referred to the fact.
Tbe General replied, "Oh, yes; that Is
easily explained. Tbe Republican por
traits of me, Mich as appeared In many of
the Illustrated papers, made me out a
monster, but tbe Democratic portraits were
better. It happened this way. I bid bad
no pictures taken for a long time except lu
groups, aud before was nominated I ftt
asked te bave my picture taken, but I
neglected to do so. After the nomination
I didn't like to rusb rigbt ott to a photo
grapher, and tbe dt mand for a picture
was so great that tbe paper seized on the
first one they could find. So two of them
went out, one representing me a a great
deal fleshier than I tea ly am."
At present tbe general, although i pecu
liar double cbtn iqtkes elm appear very
fleshy, ba a flue aud uuly comfortably full
flgurs. He said that be bad ttaried to eall
on G. Ihernan, bat bad heard be wat In
WMhiiftte. tut weuUatll whet)
ll Allot ber Heauvtslvf
Savaxnui, Jan. 22. Tb following
Item from the News, I well calculated to
rale the qiinttloa In the mind of tnote fit
miliar with the facte In tha former case,
"Ik this another Btauvolr;"
"A curious development In oonneotiou
with the will and estate of the late General
Willliito M. Browu. of Allien. I re
portt'd. General Brown died tuddeuly,
and tbe rioctt tearub could reveal no will.
Judee Howell Cobb wa appoiuted execti
tor by law, and immediately hutrun closing
up lh i'Ule, a tho law ieiniie. All
pc:rot,ttl unil pei'Uhaliie property
wan converted Into money, and other nue-ei-wry
step taken. A day or two ago,
linwovor, Jiidije Cobit rcMvml a loiter from
the Hon. J.'ff. rs.in D.ivls, avlni( tbil be
bad Jiixt theu received by mini, be knew not
Iroin v i iu in. the "iat will and testament"
of Ui'imral Brown, scaled with li s seul,
e tc. By this will be (Mr. Davie) and Judge
Jam Jiekoii, of Atlanta, are appointed
executor. The other article of the will
re not Riven. "
Mr. Keodrlck' Aflllrllou.
Alton, III., Jan. 2J.-ilrs. A. A. Keif
duck, wife , of l'rexidcut Kundiick, of
liM ll" ff College, who has been undr treM
incut for tome phys Icil ailment for several
inniitbi punt, tiitH lot her mind. It is
hoped that It is only temporary, but the
pliytieiaiis fear otherwise. Mm. Kendiick
was a bright, motherly woman, and a great
favorite among the student at tbe college.
n- hat a larire fatailr of children, on
Ik a this affliction will fall witb cruihlng
Tnnt t'ausion'a Plant Develop.
Mahhiui.i., Mo., Jan. 22. W. C. Gibbs,
late of Kanta City, lxiued a challenge here
to wrraiie witb any man In the State of
Missouri for Ji'iO a lde and net door re
vetpiK, the match to be ratcb as catch can
or (Jrax'o-Roman, and tbe challenge to
hold good for three wenk.' He hit de
posited y0 forfeit money.
Belleville' New Pons pier SMsrpa.
Bat i kvili.r, J in. 22- The new pom
pier corps has received part of its para
pbernnlia. eonaUting of books, belts, etc.,
all of the Most complete kind. Mr. Pralle
will lust r in the members In the ute of the
iipplisncet, aud a toou a the men become
somewhat protloient a public tcblhlUon
will lie tfiyen.
XLt llirH tOXiltK1.
Washington, Jan. 21 Senator Cam
eron of WUcontin, from the Committee on
Indian Affairs, report j adversely ,a niim
i.er of petition tsktng the opening of the
OktHbonia lands for settlement.
At the conclusion of tbe morning hour'
ldine Senator Aatbooy's rtsolu Ion,
relating to tbe prohibition of American
pork from Kraoce and Gerniaiiy wai called
Senator Beck then pioueeried to a'ldr
t he Senate.
The Senate agreed, after the amendment
to Senator Anthony's resolution, relating
to the exclusion of A merleati meats. As
ttrreed te if read:
"Kwolved, That the C'ommlttw- on For
eign Itelattotis be Instructed to inquire into
and report to the Senate tuch legislation as
shall protect our interests tgaluet tbe go
veruments wbleb bave prohibited or re
strained tbe linportatlou f meat from the
I'niied States. "
Senator Beck's atuendruent requlnnu Ibe
committee to Inquire what discrimination
iua be made against tbe L nlted 8ia i- bv
uriff. i tea He, etc., was agreed to
Washington, Jan. 22. Mr. Parker of
fered a resolution, reciting its alleged in
terest in the American agricultural dairy
mpit, who were greatly injured by the
manufacture of oleomargarine and buttor
inc. and directing tbe Committee on Agri
culture to inquire Into the allegation and
ecrtatn the fact. Referred.
Parson, from tbe committee on public
iHtitls reported a bill relative to tbe forfeit
ure of the Texaa Pacific land grant. In
ferred to the House calendar. It is the
bill agreed upon by the committee, of
which a synopsis was telegraphed.
Eada to the For.
Washington, Jan. 22. Mr. Cocbran
says he bears very encouraging reports
from Capt. Eads in regard to bis efforts to
interest English capitalists in tbe ship rail
way, and while tbe work of creating a com
pany Is not yet completed, they are re
ported very favorable. Being asked If tbi s
Congress would be asked to take any action
in regard to tbe matter, or give It auy
financial aid, he said it would not, but, on
ibe contrary, the last Congress having fad
ed to acl, tbt idea of Congressional aid bud
been entirel) given up. . He say tbe latest
reports from Panama are that De Lessep's
work is progressing Very slowly, and that,
although he has all the money ha needs, be
will find It impossible to overcome the na
tural obstacles In less than ten years, while
be expects Eads' railway will be built In
hu f of that time, so it Is doubtful whether
tie Panama Canal will ever be completed.
Prea It to a Passage. John.
Washington. Jan. 22. Reoresentative
O'Xolll will, on tbe brsl available oppor-
iiinity, introduce to toe Mouse a otu to
prohibit tbe adulteration of sugar, etc.
I'liis ( the tame bill introduced in tbe
House at the third session of the Forty
sixth Congress by Casey Young, and In the
Senate by Senator Morgan of Alabama at
the last session. Two favorable u-ports
bave been submitted on the bill, hut its
lint I pnssagH was never reached. The
prominent provision f the bill require
manufacturers to plaluly stamp all adulter
ated xoods in bogsbeads, boxes or pack
ages, "glucose" or "graae sugar." For
each violation of tnls nd the manufacture!
shall be finod $1QU. Retail dealers selling
such g 'ods not properly stamped md
knowing them to be adulteratotl shall he
liable for misdemeanor.
Hona (oninseroe I oiumttiee.
Washington, Jan. 22. Reagan's In
terstate commerce b'ill was d scu.s' d by
tb.e House Committee on Commerce. An
amendment making the bill applicab'e to ah
common carriers engaged In the transpor
tation of property from one State to
another, whether by land or wetef.wa dis
Consideration of ttot measure of retail!
tion toward Praace end Germany was post
poned until the sett regular raretlng.
BerlocUoa of Paper Pottage.
Washington, Jan. 22. The House
Commute on Fast Offloe and post roads
agree to report fe'rmbljr tbe bill tlxing tbe
rate of postage at im oeat for three euiioes
on oewttape tad jsorlelltoal tent by
oik-r Mmwittaan Aw ett,
Gog and Magog Mustering Their Foroea.
Preparation lor the Ureal right In the
Political Valley ol Armat-attriots.
TKI.F.(iA I'KH WANTED.
New York, Jan. 22. An Albany special
says that the friends of President Arthur
aieUh:tly oouslderlng lbs advisability of
doing sway with Congressional District
Conventions for the election of delegate
lo 'National Conventions, believing that
such a step would materially aid
Mr. Arthur in securing delegates
to tbe Chicago Convention. It i
claimed by those wbo are identified witb
this movement that tbe rule for electing the
National delegates adopted by tha Uupuhlt
cau National committee dons uetcuiupul or
nuke It obligatory to hold Congressional
District convention. Tbe ides is to huve
the delegate lo the State
convention divide Ihcuitelves in
to thirty-four sub-conventions, accord
ing lo the Congressional districts which
they represent, select tbe two deluvatea
from each Congressional district, repoit
their rboice to tbe State convention, and
bave the seventy-two delegates from this
State aud their alternates all announced at
the same time.
CARltYING A HIGH HtNt.
Washington, Jan. 23. "The liourhons
in my Hate arc carryini; on at a rate which
wbleb gives us much brighter pros pent of
carrying it next November," said
Conpresinan John b. Wise, Mon
day, He continued: "liver since
the Legislature assembled con
stant efforts have been made to run out
enough Radjuters and put in enough
liourbons to itive lht latter a two-thirds
iimjority In both Houses, so Ibai they
miht override, tbe Governor's veto of pu
llti'ial bill. They have succeeded,
at the vxpenso of Justice, law,
aud precedent, and now I expect we
(ball see some fun. In one district tbey
began mandaium proocoslings to oompcl
Gov. Cameron to issue a writ for a special
election. They were defeated. Ho after
ward . Issued tbe writ and an election
was held, but, as tt went ainst
the Rotirbons, tbey refused lo ad
mit tbe man elected, and tbe Legisla
ture ordered auotht-releiitlon. Well, that re
sulted tbe tame way, and then they de
clared it bad noi been held In proper form.
They bave now ordered a third election, to
lake place February 22, about ten days tie
fore the end of the session. Unul tbil
time the district will be without representa
tion, but tbe Bourbont will bave their
two-ibirdt majority and
able to carry out their
as to the redletrloting of tbe
Several bills vetoed hv the
Governor early In the ttstion have not been
called up for action i cms of the lack of
sufficient Totes to pat ui'Mi "V'r bis head,
Their policy, a set forth by one of tbe
Bourbon leaders, is to turn out of office
every Mahooe rnsn la tbe State. , They are
after the spoils with a veuzeanoe. They
have 'nit l ady - taken away from the
Governor tbe power of appointing tbe
Capitol policemen a power whlui had ex
isted from time immemorial. Tbey are
also about to take away from him the au
tboiiiy to appoint tbe directors sr.d boards
of visitors for the various eloemosynary in
stitutions of that State."
KNROM.IXO TILE HKDKL SOLDIERS.
A bill offered in tbe Virginia Legislature
last Wcduesday requires tbe Commission
ers of Revenue In each county to make
complete muster-rolls of all tbe men who
served In the Rbel army or navy in forces
orgauiiod in Virginia during tbe war.
Thene calls are to show when and where
eacli tnsn enlisted, and his rank, tbt na
ture of bis wounds If he received auv.
if killed the date and place, if
be died from disease the cuuse of
death, and If living, his present pinup of
residence. Ttie names are to ba recorded
in the will book of the oounty, city, or
town, and for eaob name the Commission
ers of Reveuue are to be paid 10 cents out
of tho county or municipal treasury. They
are also to bave power to summon wit
nesses whenever necessary, wbo are to be
paid the same fees as are now allowed wit
nesses In civil cane. Whether this in
formation ia to be used hereafter at the
bus is of a demand upon tbe National
Treasury ts not stated.
ANOTHKR CANDtDATK FOR IT AT TRKA -
SpkixOFIKI.D. III., Jan. 22. -It appeart
that a new candidate for State Treasurer
has lately oome tuto the field Charles
Keeker, of Belleville, President of tbe
Merchant Iron Manufacturing Company, of
that place. He has been mentioned In
several quarters of late as
a possible candidate, and a
visit to this oliy Is understood to
have rendered it certain that be will be in
tbe contest, Mr. Booker Is a German by
blrtb, lost a leg In the array, has served as
County Clerk, Treasurer, and as Sheriff of
Si. Clair Couuty, and hu tbe reputation of
he In;,' both capable and popular. His
friends say ex-Suite Treasurer Rutz has
fil ly decided to waive any claim be
may bave bad on tbe plaoe in Becker's
favor, and will not he heard of as a candi
date. NEEDI.KS OUT OF TUB RACK.
When It whs announced tome two weeks
ago that Seuator Needles was out ol the
race for Auditor of Slate It seemed likely he
would appear hs a candidate for S ate
Treasurer. Gentlemen who hay means of
knowing say now the senator cannot entttr
the race from tbe fact that be bad an un
derstanding with tbe Hou. D, T. Littler,
of Suilngflnli, lavt winter to supporL him
for the treasury, so that it seems quite
uncertain what Needlae Is to
run for if he ru;ii for anything.
Politicians visiting tbe Capitol for sine
days bave therefore leaned to the opinion
that the Treasury contest Is to hs bsiween
Mr. Littler and Mr. Beoksr. Some of the
gossips are saying Senator Needles will be a
candidate for Lieutenant-Governor. It ap
pears bert that the only gntlomen wbo are
likely to bave a practically clear track are
Auditor Swlgert and Secretary D. insnt,
each for re-election.
Atsanll on m Tonni Girl.
ST. Lwvts. Jan, 22. Two young no
gtuOK, giving tbt names of Bill Well and
M. Fords, were arrested and tskeu to the
Third District Station, charged with com
mitting an outrage upon a young white
girl turned Kate Maher. The girl, who
has niy been in tbe city twa mouths,
states that she was dragged Into the rear
portion of a atablt at 1821 Korth Broadway,
where tbe crime wis eonaalUed. Tha eat
Ut4 aMiultAj ibe staff.
Mllslppl St Ivor t'osvtilla.
Washington, Jan. S3 Col. Geerge
Wright, secretary of the omaltt, to ar
range for tbe forthcoming eoavention btrt
on the Improvement of tbe Mississippi
river, reports tbe work going forward, rap
Idly. Already delegates from twelve largo
States, numbering over three hundred per
sons have notified him tbat they will at
tend. Twenty States, tt Is expected, wtil
be represented by delegates, umherlg
not les than five hundred. Lincoln flail
has beeu secured for tbe ute of the conven
tion. . .
Washington, Jan. JS. The obslrmee
of the House Commute on Patents, at an
informal meeting, . wat Instructed to pre
pare an amended bill at a substitute for tbe
bill to protect Innocent purobasert of ptt
ent articles. Tho main objeot is to gel
around tbe complications growing out of
patented "Driven Willi," on which fann
ers all over tbe country complain tbey bave
been made to Illegally pay royalty after
purchasing tbe right to use aald wells,
Rlackbarsa'tj rtieada Blao.
Washington, Jan. lii. It It , reported
here that Williams It making a bargain
with tbe'Sweeney men, by wbleb tbey are
in support blm In this fight, on tbt agree
ment tbat Williams will work for Iweeney
to succeed Beck. Blackburn's friends are
rather blue, and there are indications that
tbey might advise Blackburn lo spring Ibe
name of Carlisle lest Williams gat sway
with the prize.
t ailed on tbe Preeidesst,
Wa.hiunion, Jan. 21. A delegation
from the General Assembly of tbe Presby
terian Church, consisting of Justice
Strong, Kev. Drs. .Sundsrland, of Wash
ingiou, Jutinsion, of Chicago, Spinning, of
Cleveland, and Hon. John Hill, of New
Jersey, called on tbe President and ex
pies.sed thanks for tbe action taken by tilia
in relation to the restoration of tbe Hex
Pernes Ii.dlaii to tbelr home In Idtho.
Good Sew a for Hontaopalho.
Washington, Jan. 2.fleuator Hall
Introduced lo the Sonata a bill lo teoure the
medical profusion equal rights for aervlout
In the United Hiutes. It provide thai all
appointments for medical service under t ic
Government shall be made from the grad
uates of legally chartered medical Institu
tions; wttbout disarluiation, favor for or
against any school of medical practice.
S'arllale Mltely to ass at Heaatssr.
Washington, Jan. 22 The result of
the balloting In Kentucky gave Carlisle's
friends much confidence again. Tbe fact
tbat Sweenoy's friends refused to go to
Blackburn, leads to tbe belief here tbat tbe
dead -look will only be broken be the se
lection of a new man, and tbe name offer
ed, they sav, will doubtless be that of Car
lisle. TCI.KUHAPIIIU HKETIIIEI.
The schooner Hunttford (fisherman) has
been given up for lost. There were four
teen men aboard, and they leave seven
widow md nineteen orpbsns.
The aas. works of tbe village of Malone,
N Y., exploded Saturday, demolishing
several buildings. The watohtnan and a
boy were injured.
Jobn Griffin, a sou of tha proprietor,
and Tbos. Ulne, perished In 'he flame at
tbe burning of the Aroerleart lWchsnge at
Rev. Barton Lane, an aged Metbodltt
minister of Winchester, 0., attempted t
cross tbe room wbeu he fell into the fire and
was burned about the bead and face until
it it supposed that he cannot reoover.
Tools were sold In Pittsburg last night,
8 to 1 tbat Nutt, tbe avenger of bla lster't
wrongs and his father's murdtr would be
THK MONSTKH 8CBKNCI.
Vifnva. Jim. 32. Iu addition to bit
previous i our. !ou of bavlug murdered
four girls and having planned five more
moro murders for tbe last week, Scbenck
has confessed that he Intended to murder
all the family of tbe Baronets Malfattl, to
gether with ber maid. It teems Scbenck
induced the maid to steal pearls valued at
2,UiM, which the Emperor of Austria pre
tented Dr. Malfattl for altenrtlug the Duke
of Rcichsladl, sou of Emperor Napolean I
In his last illness. Tbe maid bad prepired
everything for the reception of Suhenok
aud bis accomplice on the night when tbi
former was arrested.
. Hogs Receipts 20,000; opened strong
er; light $o 2(3o UO; rough part
ing $6 li'ifit'i Hti ; heavy paoklog and
shipping (Mfdii 40. Cattle Receipt 5,
UOu: stnmg; 25c higher; export t) OUrit
n "b; common to choiue $4 T6fo6 00.
Wheat January 90 ; February
IX) V; Mareh HI H ; Mar 87H; June
Cokn-fanuary OS; February MK;
March M; May M; June 98V.
OATS-iauuary 32; February gM
Wiikat - January SI 03Mb; February
tl o:ivH; Mareh $10K; May ft Oik
toll M'i closing at $1 OoKflH 00; June
M Oti b.; year 90 X b.
( oHv-Jaiiuary 4oXb; February 4TXrM
to 47 4 ; M trch 48Vi b; May 61 X aud
OATH-January 82K b; February WW t
Mmvi. :t:is h; May IS.
WitBAT-Februai v U 04M (
il ihiJs; April fl t)9H; May 11 U'4.
Cohn-February 81 i Marob
April :)'; May
OAia-Kebruary HUH; May42t.
(it ri.K-Kecelpt 030 bead; market
aetlve sliong and blgbsr for all grades,
while medium are tti ni.
Hons-Receipt 4,132 bead! market firm
alanine, hlkher quality conslderedi toll
lug to S0fSt)O bulk of sales at
Wheal and enru dull. Wheat arrived
dull; eorn dull. Mark Laun Wheat and
corn dull. Country market dull. Spot
wheal dull and heavy; No, 3 tprlng H
red winter wheat off coast deolluedSd;
Western winter fie 3d. California deellued
61 ami to arrive dejlltted 4Vm
Mixed Western corn dull at 65'4
Diim mil from I'nlted Kingdom and Conti
nent neglected aud dull for sraeal aud
The Rot. J. E. Soarlet, of New York, it
one of the moat widely-known and highly
ttoemed of Methodist ministers.
Mr. BMsrita sav : I am tmprmwed that it is m
I ow to tho ami,st with Ahemuatisia or "sSri
lit, to ; that a rtucdr ha been disrverd that ss
lnWI a loarvitlou sikvhwi. My son wa s-roaUr
aticd with Bhoumsiimn, and suffered so mm,
that, at ttniM, ba was oMiip d to bave tuori.hJD ia.
tooled iatu bia arm to K4 rullof. While in this a,
oltlno h dtaarremd remedy which efTeetml Imia.
dtate relitf, and iernianaut cure. He baa inoe(r
msiiad it to many oihonsnitb Uie same runill. t tut
also furnished It to t number of iiersnut ufTertn
wlth Bhsuniatinu, and tuo rusiilt ban been immediate
ralief. tod ixrnisiicllt cure. An inn ir others, Igavsit
to Uev. Wra. P.Oorbit, pantoro theOeonre Ht. H. E.
witb thi turrlhle diseaee. I will (rive ynu his ow
wor.U written to my son, wixbinir him to puhhaa
tha fact for tbe benolll of other suiljnu with Ui
What Mr. C'orblt Kayi
u , MNewnven.JnlM. IS1
"Mr. Retries: Dear 8tr:-l wth to aay for the ban
Btof all wbo re urrcrinjr with Inflamiuatory Kheu
BiaUmu, that your mediclue 1 Infallible. I tuffered
for two month tho tuiwt oiuruciatmir torture ; liwt
pound of flesh, and waa not out or my house for
a month ; I heard of your remedy, and iu almost
Instantly relieved by il If there is a sHltlc for ilia,
earn of any kind, yoiintmoHtcertainlyit for '"""11
matory KheumstiHtn In its severest fonu.
" lour niont respectfully. Wis. P. Cobdit,
" Pastor Ueortre 8L at E. Church, tie Iltven, Conn."
Suoli b Athlophoros a thorough anl
efficient cure for the worst cases of Rheu
matism and Neuralgia.
If you cannot ret Atiilopbobos of your dnwwist,
r will (end tt eiprexa paid, ou rec.-ipt nf nrular
price one dollar per bottle. We prefer that you buy
it from your dniKsist, but If he hasn't it, do not be
persuaded to try totuMbJng ehm, but ordor at once
f mm ua u directed.
THLWHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK,
iiiiiimiisisssissi . ........ r,.,.H1(r
Tell the children to cut out nd tave the comte
silhouette picture they pxr from lseue to
issua They will be pleased with the collection.
This tpaoe i owned by
Ot conn we mean the famont animal appearing
on Hie label of every tTenuine package of Black
well's Bull Durham Smoking- Tobacco. Every
dealer keep this, the btH Smoking Tobacco made.
Non genuine without trade-mark of the Bull.
Q.EOKGE U. LEACH, M.I).
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the H-n,enpathlc treat
mrnt of earscical dise.itcs. and diseases of women
and child ren.
OFFICE On Uth street, opposite the Post
office, Cairo, 111.
J)K. J. E. STRONO,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
TArOB. ELECTRO-VAPOR and MEDICATED
A lady in attendance.
QR. W. C. JCCFLYN,
OFFICE-Blghth Btreeu near Comnercta! Avens
yyU. E W. WHITLOCK,
Omos-No. ISA Commercial Avenue, between
tertt'j and Ninth Street
"CITY GUN STORE"
Oldest in the city; established in 1862-
Cjm'l Ave., between uth and lUtfa Sr.
UANUFACTCRER Jk DRALER IN ALL KIND.H
Ammunition of all tlescr pln alwavt on hand at
General ropsirlng In tr kind of metal. Key
efall description made to order, and satisfaction
warranted, (live me a call, and he convinced for
t-ourtelf. at met n of tbe "UIQ OL'.N."
JOHN A. KOKHLEH,
' m l'roorietor, Csiro. 111.
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For Sale bv