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QsYMPATHIZCWITTl THE HOPE 0f7
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
A Rare t ore for all FEMALE WEAR
MKSHiliM, Including Leucorrlitro., In.
regular and Palnrul .Metutrnattoa,
lunaaaaiiutoa aad lireratlen of
tbe Wotnb, Iloodliif, PKO
LArSl'S ITEUI, ite.
IfPUswant to the utr, fflcieloin an! ttnnsvfltfe
In It. effect ItUa-roatnlptn pniriuuiey, ana re
lieves pain dnrlnf labor and at rc Kul.r perk-da,
rKTKicuxi ru it sd pium amr. it rami.
tVFoa iix WliXXZMtJ of the jneralte organ
rl HI her sra, It U second to no rimwtj th.taliai era.
tMwa U!.r the public i aud for all dUvnars of tas
tlliXITt It In th Grmlwt Hemidt tit the HorM.
1K1IINEY COMPLAINTS of KltberRe
Find (; rent KelltfU Iia fee.
ltpia r. pisbhaItm bloat rrHrriER
dil tonMlitat Mrtry villus of ituD" tioui lit.
III tod. t Om Mm tlmK will gl'f tour and xtrruidb t
lUe.striu. AJiiuvrvailvvulJi nwuluai tb Cunivuud.
tt"Bothtr.e Compound and Bleod Purtflrr m !
parod at CO aad K& Wrtni A".u. Lynn, )'a..
Price of ritliMT, t. BlxbottlNfr.'. Tlio CompouDl
la wot by mall la the form of pill., or of Iokokm, on
mlp of price, II par b.n fur rlili'r, atrv l'aikhm
rrenly e-jwcr. all luta of Inquiry, EieliaaiSntu
ramp. Sand for pamphlet. Jfrntle (An fojir,
IVI.Ttn Z. PTTTs's I.n-sa Pn.il rur rr.at:rA
UA Pd.euiitil I'iri .. Illy uf U,i IJnr, i'L' -.
Ja-HolJ br all I)rui!.ta.-v (i.
Ii flotnpotcd of llerlul and il'tciliwnn'iu rt-'.
-.-,jicu permeate the aubatance of the
I uurIi txpectoratee the acrid matUr
t.isto.iIoeUU 111 bituji liinl T!il,nnJ furmsa
artoihltig coating, bkb rtllevta Uia ir
tlutlou tb-it ctiiM t ti.eeoHcu. itcleauae
Ihelanctof all ImuurlUca. atimmtlimi
t'ircii nlitu enfecbird br dtacae,iuri!or
r! tin cironlaiion of tba blooJ, and liertLn
nrrronaayatrm. Wlarfit cold oftru cud In
rnuaumntlon. It la (lanptron to nrK'oft
tlirm. Apply the remedy promptly. A
' tuf tir-.i if )iMn wart-anU tha a-wnion ht
roremljr haarrrr hrrn fnnnd that la a
prompt in lMMfeet.M TUTT 8 EXPECTORANT.
A lDKlt dote raliei the phlr(u, iibnu
' if! imiuatirm.and ne apeHilvriir" thmo.
n'Ktmaieroujh. A plrasant cordial, chil
dren take It rradllr. ir Croup It la
luvnluahle M t'lnnla in ororr fnmilr.
In tl.tr. and l llottlr.
AST DIRECTLY ON THE LlVet?
t urra tUlila and l oir, I rkl,
Siik IIrJa lie, Ulllou Colic. Cuiiailpn.
tlou. ItUeuuiatliui.l'lIra, I'aliiltatlon . t
I lie llrarl, lnxluei. Torpid l i cr,an 1
iniulr lrrct;ularliiea. If j ,u Ca ul "Ii i
iT veil," r. hj. .0 (:..! atimt :nu t!.aato7i..('..,
i.,'.on.Jilif:iiiC,i;''!i:(i xirot to ti.eays.vt..
A NOTED DIVINE SAYS:
Terr: U' lf 6r lor tin j-mia 1 Ijuvi
ltn a tuaityr ti I)yrt-ii ntipLtiu ai:J
1 lira. Livftprlnirj'iiirjiiltir'rer'i'omui.nil. I
t'Mnet 1 uaedthcin llut wi'li li'ilefuitl.). 1
now a well maiiha t apiwtite, aipct'lnu
jr, and l nn.i
(rMm-d fort f ponn'rTTu.iil L . i
thnr wiehtin irt.lj,
!!LV. 11. 1.. 8mr?0N',Uu;villa. K.
Offloe. .1 MnmirM.. Miw Tork.
nil. ti tt'n .M tjii Ai, or i -rui
'Uecclpta J'HIX on cpiilliat Ioji. I
Hop Uittprs are tlio Turost ail 15rit
Bitters ever Ma le
Tlu-y ire c u;i nini Imiu II p, M-ilt,
Uuclin, MtDtiriki. mid I)inicluiii tin old
cut, l.tf't, niul liiojt valuable iin;(lieiuei
iu tliu worliUud cntititia nil th: bot nod
moot cumtivo jiropertic of hII nthi r rt-ai-fdif,
b'inK the Krefttent Dloo.l ruritlcr,
Liver lU'ijulittor, ami Lite mi I Uftl li He
htorinn A'i tit on oirth. No riinciee or ill
heal Ii run jxniRilily loui; cxit uIi.tc llmso
Bit turn R'H UHi'd, bo varied and pert.n are
Tht'y givu new lii'o and vior fo tlieiiued
aud inlirin. To ad wheau employments
ciuho irri'fularity of the b"wi U or urinary
organs, or n-quiri! an iipetiz.-r, Toi'ie tnd
mild Stimultut Hop Bitter arc invu.u.ldo,
bcini highly curative, tonic and st'nnla
lint., without lntnxicAiintr.
No matter whtt your feidinys or hjiiip
toiiia are, what the diso ise or uilniciit
ubp Hop Bittern. P n't wait in. til yon
are nitk( but if you only fool t ad
or mi. entitle, uhi Hop Bilteia at
once. It nviv cavn jour life.
Hundreds have been saved by ro i.oinjt.
f 500 will bo paid for a e.HHe they will not
euro or help.
Do not sutler or Int your friends suffer,
but uo and uriro them to use Hop Bittern.
Itomembrr Hop Bitters is no vi.e.tl. ujjeed
drtiuken iicmtrum, but the l'ureat und
Boat Medicine ever iivvd; tho "Invalid's
Friend and Hope," and no person or family
should bo without thorn. Try the Bitters
to-dav. W .
,TKW riU AH f) OVTKH DKPOT.
Hiring mw purfn-to l niy armnffin.it i
mppi in." trinw wnu
0Y8TKKS AND FISH,
I Can Now Oilor us Follow: Oyster
Takco From thn She: I Ilete Frenh
as From the Uulf.
!! on Cook ; i Mi per 10'
Hii 11104 , t " "
Hit'ltio V "
Ovalura In h ilk 0 "
Uyajtora atmrlarda lu run, s sac . 1 1 a a HO "
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ohrlme. l.nht - Cfs1' and Tnrtlru ' 'f "r,B"o
UHKKili nmnU.M' TU iln innv
JV.it twfH Cum.
DR. K LINK'S GREAT
(. .ill Ilium and rJaava
II)iiih. Om, .u ci n nw Nr.nva Arrafl
iin.l'in.l.ni.iiO,o'u.lM'At.I.tIll.i:lfla IaiClrwuil, A".Hf''rlrlif(i'. TmtlMt
S. trial bnitUfTMlo .'It ('aati.th; pTlnriinrM
hwtMon hui.oKiiB ruMl.tii. Hiad aainM.K0.aa4
iprMtl'lrMf aRllatod to ba.KUNI.All Aruk
M.J'bllaMNir MmVrtfiiM. rr fn4.
Interesting Testimony in the Star
A Day's Doingi at the National Seat of
Not Motth Tbelr Weljrhl ItiGold.
Wasiiimmux, February lit. It nun
Ollt tlul .-;,". iM)U ill i'n'!.', coined III New
Orleans .i.ni In ...v my tilit'lillv be
low the Hum ol ttnetn-, piecril,ed bv law
and thin f jn.ntniof these culm with pin li
circulation before tin error was dlenvred.
The loss Is about twenty. live cent oil tLe
A Xcn C Hltli.ol Olfira.
WisiIIMiKiN. Iiliriiaiy W.-Sen:itoj
CoeKrcll prcn'iiif.l in Hie (veinte ih
lietitlon (! rriui'1 (lianire mid Vallev
I'rnlrie CJian-'f , I'nlli ponnty, Mo., a-klni.
that the liesd f I lie I i-.a rl merit of Aifrt
culture be made a nmml.er of ilio Caliiiiui.
Tliu JiiiticH of lltU djiumi" J jji i'dnTallv nd
mltitd, Iml there In liiti.; pio-i'''t ihiil lbs
bill. Will pit., ul IhU tekulon.
Wahiiinoiov. February 19. .uslot
Anthony looks forward to bin elotiion to
the prenideiicy of iurm-uhh ihe ciounlny
honor of a loin: rareer in iron hodv, and it
has aecini'ij iirohstil tli.it Ii:h wl-hi ivonld
ba realized. li'it l.iti-iv ronitietitora h.ne
oome Into I he Hold. Senator Logan i one
of them; Senaior AllUon i tinnlhur. i nn
AHUon, tin a priidentliil aBpirsul. proba
bly fanciu. thnl bin election to the pot ul
President of the Senate would help hh
proKpeels. He In BUine'i favoilif .
The Ntar Rout Trial.
RXKDEtl'S INTKHeiillKU STOHV CON
'IINTKD. Washington. February 19. Iterde'i
again took the iand in Win star Route trial
to-day. He ipatitlxii lb it amntiKtbe paper,
stolen from bin room wan a memorandum
In S. V. Durney'a handwriting cnniainiiij,
a tabulur itaiiom nt of ib nuniher oi
routes, and expected Inerea.,
fljrured " upon the bsl 01
150 to 2.')0 per eeut. The last column wa
headed T. J. B., followed by allowancss
of 33 percent. M'ltnevn went to New
York to fet the orlpiral booki uf the llnrj
for Iac ens;h; ihh lor.cv at hi hotel. He
was greatly excited and ccui d wUnc
of beini? a traitor and of holding Interviews
with MncVeai'h and James, witness alsu
became excited and loft. He uent
to Jersey City, and from then
teletrra ohed Dorset-as follows:
8. W. fiorsey. Albemarle Hotel. New York.
The artidavlt story is a lie. Conildence
between us is gone. I resign mv position,
and will turn over everything to any oue
you may designate.
Witness tuid he received a letter and
two telegrams lu response. The letter was
signed S. W. Dorset-. He could only re
member It lubsiance. Dorsey said
be did not believe the stories
sbout witness and besought him
"In the name of my wife and children"
not to go back ou I Im. lie emplorod Ker
dell, for God's sake, to reconsider any
thing he might have done or to take no
tepi further until he (Dorser) ssw blm.
Durinif nil conversation with Dorsey in
New York, the latter accused witness of
making an afHdavit eeiinst him before Mac
Veagband James, witness tnld him his
action had been ta-rn in bis (Uorsev.s) be
half, snd that be had been assured by At-torney-tieneral
MacVeagh that If he (Dor
sey) would enme over and mske a full snd
open s'ory of the poMal card, tne Attorney
General would not even use bint ai a Gov
ernment wlinesi others. Witness next
law Dorsey by appointment at bis resl
denee. Dorsey Hsked what nad been going
on between witness and McVeagh. aud in
ouired If Iterdell Intended to ruin bim.
Dorf-T avkd how he could get out of the
trouble, and witness said he would do any
thing he could to help bim except to colu
Dorsey said "D nit! what does thst
amount to when a friend's fate is At stake f
I've been your friend for long years. I
took ynu from the district government
where I knew you would he discharged as
soon st I went nut of office. I will be
your friend from now on. For
God's sale don't ruin me and mv
children. You would be the death
of mv wife." 'Witness became raurh
sffected at this point, tears sprang to his
eyes snd bis voice was low and broken. "I
promised," he continued, "to do all I
could, and said I would make affidavit
denying evervthln'.'l hd said to MacVeagh.
I drew a statement of all, I bad done, and I
had said to MacVeach. Dorsey added to
and struck from It, finally making the docu
ment. I swore the paper was
stolen front my desk with other
papers. Dorsey and mtself took the arti
davlt, as prepared, to the White House.
I wulked down stairs while Dorsey and In
gcrsoll went up. That's the last I saw of
the affidavit." Witness had a newspaper
copy of the nflldavlt and pointed out por
tions written by Dorsey and himself. U
appeared that many statement! therein con
tained derogatory to the Attorney-Oenenl
bad been Inserted by Dorsey.
Washington, February 10. -Senator
Jackson presented the credentia l of his col
league, .Senator Harris. Itead and filed.
The President laid before the Senate a
memorial of the IroipioN Club, of Chicago,
praying Cnngieh to accept tho Illinois and
Michigan Caiuil with a view of making it
tha national wuter-wav to the Mississippi
The bill reported favorably granting a
pension to the late Major-Oencrul Warren,
was agreed to.
The Senate will hereafter meet at 10 a.
genntir West announced th.it he would
ask action on the resolution for the com
mittee to Investigate the Yellowstone Fark
matters as soon n the tariff bill Is disposed
of. After a brief executive session the
titrlff bill was taken tip, the pending ipies
tlon being on the amendment offered bv
Senator Sherman In relation to the duty oh
Waiiinoton, D. Cm February 19.
Thn simdrv chil bill w.ii reported and re.
ferred to thf eoni ii'tti'" of the whole. It
will be called op t i ip irrow. Ths report
was submitted ii nd 1 il. over In the con
tested ease of Cor'. v. f 'utts, of Iowa, de
timing the i'nntet, -ul entitled lo hU seat.
Bills were liitivilueeil and referred!
By Hi-. IVirord -T i admit free of dutv
articles Intended fyr the National Mining
snd Industrial K.vpnsiHou nt Denver In
By Mr. Anderson To reduce revenue on
all Imporrliitlous Into tho linked Stale.
Bkadkok. Vt., February 111,-Five
stores and offloes and four dwellings burn
ed. The loss exceeds $X.0OO.
The Creek War.
MrsKooKK, I. T., February 10, -Friday
Inst .Spcocheit was ordered off the Nao anrl
Fox reservation by Agent Carter, which
brought the bellgcient Creek forces within
four miles of each other, Porter was ad
vancing on Speoehcn mid both parties were
prepared for a fight yesterday evening.
Several captures bad beau nsnda by portal
of wagons aud men.
ILLINOIS, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20,
Receding to the Joy of Thousendt
Prrmo, Pa., February M.-At 1
o'clock p. m. the Ice In tlm river Is still
blocked. The water subsided three feet.
A gorge has formed about Kurry bridge.
No Indications of the loo moving yet. . Ko
damsgo has occurred. i
Nkw York, February 19, -Mayor Iw,
of Brooklyn, has Issued an addies to the
pecole of tlmt city for funds for the relief
of the sulferors by Western floods.
Tkhrk HaL'TE, I.vj., February 19. At
4 o'eliiek yesterday aftornoon the water
rem lied the highest point, being six Inches
above the flood of lsij. The wutcrandgas
works were In danger but escaped without
serious damage or stoppage. All the cattle
In tlm dihtlllery sheds bad tobe moved. In
getting them out several head were lost by
swimming Into the rtevr current. The, bot
toms across tho river are eutirelv over
flowed to-day. It is falling rapidly, LU
danger it over.
Cincinnati, February 18. The river
was stationury from 0 to 0 o'clock thl
morning, but full an inch from tt to Vi,
when It wits 5H feet 2 Inches. The work of
manufacturing gas is progressing, and a
portion of the city may be lighted to-night.
All danger of a water famine has passed,
as inure engines are pumping. The soup
boiiics will be closed to-ulght. and the re
lef work turned over to the organized
chsritsiile associations, lians are matur
ing lot' tin- radical chnnge In the method of
cleaning and repairing- the streets and
managing the health department, which
will give employment to t large number of
persons If carried out.
Cleaning- Tp aM'iurlnua.l.
Cincinnati. O.. February 19. -Tho fall
of the water yesterdsy was not so rapid
as aturdHV. but that was expected,
because of the rise being due here yester
day afternoon, which may check toe full
altogi-.thi-r, but "will hardly
cauc our river here to go up.
As fast a the water receded It
h bfen followed up by gangs of men
cleaning the streets aud houses while still
containinj a few Inches of water, as It Is
more eaiiv done then than when none
remains. Of course the deposit of mud Is
not so great In the placei now frue, as the
depth was not so great In them but was
quite enouirh to take great work, and
where the depth was greatest it will be
very bad. .The business houses present
the appearance of a general wreck. Doors
were forced from their fastening!, glass
broken and all furniture ruined. Where
there ha been a current the streets were
left cleaner even than usual.
Busincs men are preparing to resume,
snd will have a great rush for some time to
- I., .tin... .1.1 J . - i T v. - ;tl
iToiue iu lining ueiairu irueis. iiien-nui i
be work for evervbodv in a few davs. I
Manufacturers' orders have accumulated
aUo, and tho same will be true
of them. The Influence of the
flood on business In Cincinnati Is In the
falling off of cleariluf-house exchanges Inst
week to .ilJ,4ist,3O0' from $18,O.V..noo the
week before, a very good showing, con
sideling the situation,
Tbe Ayer Falliir-Tle Mortgage on tha
Yoi'nostown, O., February 10. The
News I!eiter In speaking of the Ayer Iron
failure this afternoon says: "Joseph Col
well, cashier of the Commercial Bank of
Clave'anr., r8me lo the city Saturday after
noon and bad a mortgage flied 1 lbs Re
corder's oflice for toOn.OOO. The
morts"iire Is dated April 8, ltw-.,
made by Brown, Bonnell A Co., to Dan P.
E'H snd John Hay, of Cleveland, as trui
tes, to secure pnvtnent of 100 bonds of
$.VX)each. It is 'signed by Herbert C.
Aver as president and A. W.Jones as sec
re'tarv of Brown, Bonnell Co. The
signature of Mr. Aver was affixed In New
York and certified to by S. B.
Goodal. Bv the terras of the mort
gage It covers all property owned
bv Brown, Bonnell A Co. In
tlils cltv. Mr. Hay. who Is one of the
trustee's. n a ion-In-law of Amos A. Stone,
of Cleveland. A further search of the
records failed to reveal any other mortgage
given bv Brown. Bonnell A' Co., to any one.
This Indicate! that Cleveland gentlemen of
great wealth own the larger part of the
stock In the Brown, Bonnell A Co. mill,
andifthlibe true the wheeli In the mills
here will continue to revolve.
Work Itesinned at tbe Tnlean.
St. Lome, February 19. The Vulcan
Iron Works In Carondelet opened this
morning, after having been closed some
months. The managers have been quietly
securing non-union men, and had engaged
a sufficient number to begin work again.
Inquiry at the office of the company, on
Sixth and Locust streets, showed that all
was quiet at the Vulcan at 2 p. m. It was
stated that none of the union men of the
present strikers hnd come in. A full force
has not been obtained yet, but there are
enough workers on hand to do all the work
at present. Mr. K. A. Hitchcock Is at
present absent from the city, and on bis
return, it is said that all further arrange
ments will 1)0 made.
A Dangeron Murderer.
Tkurk HaV IK. February 19. Mack
Vtck, engineer on the Vamlalta road, a
resident here, shot bis wife twice this
morning, inflicting serious, though noi
fatal wounds When the olllecrs attempted
to arrest hlin he shot five time at them
without effect. The officers left for aslsl
anee and when Chief Yatidlver, went to
the houe and broke In t tie door he found
tbatViek had shot himself In the temple
Indicting a probably dangerous wound.
Damage by tha Hind.
North An am. Mass., February 19.
Heavy wind prevailed in the Fast llooac
Mountain yesterday, particularly at oar,
The depot building at the latter place (six
ty bv twenty feet) was torn to pieces and
tne foundation moved four feet. The pas
sengers and operator escaped uninjured.
A freight cur was blown across the Troy and
Greenfield Railroad track.
Hunted lo I lie l round.
Chicaoo, February 19. An Albla. la.,
special says; Yesterday morning the Cra
mer House, a large three story hoiMing,
burned to the ground, and the northern
part of the city had a narrow escape. Loss
$20,000; insurance, 47. 000. No Ihes sum
lost, though aoveral pursons wer luiured
JKH8RY CITY, February 19. Garrelt S
Boyco, Edward B. Kliaw, aud John N.
Beach, defaulting officers of the defunct
City Bank, to-day pleaded guilty and were
sentenced to hard labor In the State Prison
as follows: Boyoe to ten yuan, Buach four
aud Shaw six.
The GrssAt Itrlds; Free.
NbwY'ork, February ID. Mayor Low,
will propose at the meeting of the trustees
of the great suspension brldire, that foot
passengers shall pass free, and that the (arc
in the traction oars shall bo three cents.
, ' lllliiola LrgUlnluriv,
SrRlNOPlELP, ll.L., February If), In
the Senate this morning a pelitlou for high
license with numerous signatures was re
ceived Ifrom citizens of Molina, several
new bills were Introduced and the Senato
adjourned till lo-morrow at 10 o'eioak.
DOINGS AT THE WORLD'S ME
TROPOLIS. Great Interest in the Trial of the Irish
Dt'Bi.iN, February 19. Twenry one of
the prisoners huva been committed fur nisi
to an-wio- the charge, of nuii'dertni: I or I
Cavciii'Mi and Burke. Joseph Sni.Ji has
turned Informer, Patrick tVhalen has bean
liberated mi bail,
Di'iii.in, February 19. Tho hearing of
the prisoners cliarge'd wilh coiisplriM-y to
mui'iler Gov eminent officials Was resumed
to-d.iy. All the prisoner wero again
placed In the dock. Ambl hisses
one of tho prisoners jthnuted. "Tho
future Lord Mayor Carey." Tbe
latter shook his head meaningly at
his former comrades. His examination
was then resumed. He spoke more con
fldentlv tlmn he did on hattirduy and
replied toihe crois-exarolnatlon of enttnel
sharply mi l testily deposed amid hisses by
the prisoner, .iha he belonged to the
Fenians, but - rrr.t to Supreme Cotinoil.
The object of the Fcidans was to separata
Ireland from Enuiuud, the former country
being then bnrrasied by coercion. Ho had
no Idea Lord Cavendish was to be murder
ed when Burke was attacked. He was
stupltled when he heard of the former's
murder. Cross-examined Carey said he
gave Information regarding the murder
two days atro whenever anybody else did.
He was the last person to do in. He
said he had decided to give evidence
directly after he was arrested,
though be did not do so until Thursday.
Carey re-examined by Murphy, the Crown
Counsel, anld that after the publication of
the article In the Freeman's Journal slating
all the official were to be removed from
the castle, the murder of Burke was de
1)1' RUN, February 13. John Dwyer,"
charged w ith conspiracy to murder Gov
ernment officials, Is dying In the prison
DtTBMN. February 19. As Carey nassed
the dock .fames Mullett struck st blm and
succeeded In touching bis head. Carey
turned to expostulate, but was pushed to
the witness table by the detective. After
the prisoners had" been committed the
Crown Counsel stated James Smith would
be examined at the. trial. The article In
the Freeman's Journal referred to by Carey
In his testimony spoke of the desirability of
a thorough cba'ngo of officials at the Castle,
which was an Augean stable. Ca
rev left the court at the door
fu'rtherest from tbe dock. Golden
Identified Thos. Cnffrey, as the fourth man
on the car containing the murderers when
It was driven from the Pajk. Carey pro
duced a copy of the Freeman's Journal to
confirm his statement In regard to the de
termination of tbe conswirator" to murder
Burke. His action created a sensation.
. It is expected that the prisoners will be
tried In March. Murphy stated that be
hoped to produce the man known as"Xum
bcr 1. " The prisoners were remanded for
formal committal to-morrow.
Marines are guarding the house of Mrs.
Carey, wife of .lames Carev. It Is believed
when she saw her hiisbmd's wise was hope
less she told the authorities of the evidence
he was Mile to give. It Is known shs after
ward! visited the castle.
London, February 19. The Prei Asso
ciation s-ivs there is reason to believe there
is no don !: whatever concerning tne iianio
and Identity of the m.in referred to by
James Carey In his testimony, Saturday, ns
"No. 1." It Is believed he Is concealed In
London, where ba arrived within the last
Dl'BMN, February 11). -The prisoner!
committed for trial Include all that were
under examination, except Whelan. The
public present In court joined In hissing
Carey. Tho only remarkable fci'lure so far
has been the callousness of ( m ey while un
der examination. Alter tb.- reading of
Carey's deposition a imm named Nell de
posed ti h's seeing a cab in the park on the
day of the murder, and lie Identified Kitz
Harris as the driver. A l.tburcr named
Murray gave similar evidence. The four
occupants of the car used bv the assassins
were then placed in front of the dock for
idetitliication by Godden, the park ranger,
London, February 18. The Govern
ment approved the calling omi of the militia
this year for the usual training. It has
not lieen called out for several years past,
owing to the disturbed state of Ireland,
THK TIIl'NDERKR'a NEW.
London. February 19. A correspond
ent of the Times nt Dublin, says there Is
little doubt that the authorities will he able
to connect the conspiracy wlih ribaldlsm as
well as with Feiilanism. Tbe Times sars
the suspicion raised by the evidence of Ca
rev on Saturday can o'nlv be allayed by a
thorough disclosure of the accounts of' the
Land League, subject to Inde-
Eendent audit. Vntll Jthls Is done tha
cague will be tinder the suspicion of main
taining iccret relations with criminal con
spiracies of the foulest type. The Times
asks: "What Is to be thought of the offer
of Parnell to place the Influence of Davltt,
Egan, Sheridan and Bovnton at the dis
posal of the Government for the restoration
of order In Ireland, or of tho statesman
ship which, iu spile of the warnings of
these, best acquainted with Ireland, leaped
at Parnell'! condition for peace."
A Very Nerlotia Failure In ( hlce-go.
Chicaoo, February 19. Messrs. J. V.
Ayer A Sons, a very prominent Iron con
cern, failed here Saturday. The firm re
fuses to make any itatemcht, but Its liabil
ities are figured bv people conversant with
the concern's business at $1.000.noo. Its
assets are not known. The failure is
pronounced a bad one, and It Is said that
It will most likely Involve a number of other
concerns here aud In Ohio. The liabilities
are mostly to banks hero and st Youngs
town, O. Among Iron men It created con
sternation, and among the banks all was
?;lonm. It is said on good authority that
o-da.v, after the announcement of the fail
ure, all the banks went carefully overall
tho Iron paper held by them. It Is found
that becnine of tills alarm among the banks
tnoro failures may bu precipitated next
week. J. V. Aver A Sons sold lust your
$3,800,000 worth of railroad aud mnrcliunt
iron, and was probably
THE LAHUKST CONCURS"
of this kind In tho country. It sold to rail
roads, to largo coutractori and to manufac
turers. Rorhford, III., Ii.riilliire Factory.
RoCKPoitn, Iu.., February 19. -The
main factory building of the Excelsior Fur
niture Comjmnv, manufacturers of parlor
furniture, burned to he ground about 10
o'clock ycnierday. Three alarms were
given and the entire fire department called
out, bid thi'V could not control Ihn flumes.
The loss Is 40,000, covered by $11,01)0 In
surtnee. Tee company propose to re-build
BooNvii.i.r, Mo. , February 19. The
euglnnari for the Water-works under the
Pel kirn system commenced operation! here
Frldnv morning, In compliance with con
tract, 'by niak'ng a survey of tbe city, aud
now the erection of the works for water
euppllei are considered eerUli
Tbe new theatre at Altcrad, Hungary,
was burned on Sunday evening.
A powder mill explosion at Cornell.
France, ou Sunday killed six peraons.
The munrlpality of Home has placed a
memorial tablet In ttio nous- wiucn rror.
Samuel F. B- Morse lull. icd there In
John Q. Rutledge, author of "Dreamy
Eves That Haunt Me still," and numerous
other soils;!, died in Memphis, Tcnn., on
Wm. Patterson, a well-known citizen of
Louisville, was accidentally shot by the ex
ploidnii of a pistol ou Sundiiy night. Ills
condition Is critical.
The funeral of r.iehurd Wagner took place
at Hat renin, Bavaria, on Sunday. Pas
sages from the deceased composer'! opera!
were sung at tho tomb.
Senator David DavU will go to North
Carolina Immediately after the adjourn
ment of the Senate mid marry A. K. Burr,
who lives near l-'nyctinvllle in that fet a to,
Chit IlaHierl. a in t ear old son of Harri
son llnlliert, of W'hile Hall, III., wa!
choked to death on Sunday morning by the
accidental swallowing of a collar-bottom.
Ma. J. C. Wall, who was associated
with l S, Grant, Jr., and Gen. John B.
Gordon In the BeTnioiit Coal Company, of
Alabama, committed suicide on!asl Thurs
day. The cause is unknown.
Herbert C. Ayer, the Chicago million
aire,' who failed ou Saturday, Is the son of
parents who being seperateU by friends of
tbe wife before tho war. both married
again during the life of the other.
It Is reported that on account of the old
trouble at the Naval Academy In Annap
olis. Md., First dipt. Charles W. Hazel
lino, of Missouri, first class Master, Geo.
V I.lttiehalei, of Pennsylvania, first
elas; First Capt. Wm. 11. 'Lawrence of
Pennsylvania, necond clas; First Lieut.
H. H.'Balthis. of Illinois, first class all
these were broken.
On Sunday morning two heavy freight
trains, on tbe Baltimore and Ohio Railroad,
collided In Franklin Tunnel, seven miles
west of Bellalvc, W. Va. Engineer Ruth
erford and Fireman Hives were killed and
John Grayson, br.ikeman, had his hip
smashed and received Internal Injuries. His
recovery Ii doubtful. The wreck was a
fearful one. Blame is laid ou tbe telegraph
On JumiHry 23, C. C. Shloman and Geo.
Berry, of Newton County, Mo., murdered
In cold Mood, James II. Tiffee and Danlul
Young, because Young hail married a
young lady whom Berry had uiisticcest
fully courted and was living with his bride
at Tlffee's hoiwe. Berry was arrested a
few days afterwards, but Shipinan remain
ed at 'largs until Wednesday night last
when be win arrested at Band Station,
Nonm Vf.pnon, Ind., February 19.
A dead infant was found on the roadside a
few miles north of here Saturday morning,
and the neighbors are now out searching
for the parent or parents, who, If the Cor
oner's verdict iitrue, are mllivof murder.
Another dead Infant was found a In sent In
one of the coaches of the Ohio and Missis
sippi at this point, where it was left by a
party of Immigrants, who, no doubt, were
in mich a hurry to reach their destination
that tliev did liot take the time to burv it.
No murks or other Indication that It hud
been foully dealt wilti were discovered.
At the Age of 101 Years.
rnif.ADKLPitiA, Pa., February 19.
Mr. Marina Forrest, living at 1310 Green
Hill street, this city, died tit the advanced
age of 1U4 years. Mrs. Forrest was born
in County Donnegal, Ireland, In 1779, and
was SI years of ago when she emigrated to
the United State. She s.-tilcdlii Philadel
phia, and for the last sixteen years. hai
lived at the house In which she died, tbe
residence of her grandson, John McSorley.
Mrs. Forrest, who whs very feoole and al
most blind from a?e, fell from the door
step of her home in June, lMl.andwa!
cun tlued to her bed from that time until bcr
CATT1 T -115 higher; the scarcity
csii-i o in exporters SOfirtf 25;
gn-.iil to ci. ni . .m .utt- "6; common to fair
ii .WaJ Hi; butchers $3 00(5k4 00; stockurs
Hnd feeders W iVrfl IK),
HOGS Active and Arm, lOhlghor; light
W sOraO (to; mixed packing JO WiQ 90;
heavy ,U W7 65.
CATTLE Export steers $3 Ti'iffifl 00; fair
to heavv native steers $4 SOoW (m; common
to medium native steers $4 2XUI (Rl; Colo
rado steers W4f5 2.'); fair to good feeders
f4 10r?i4 o0; common to choice native cowi
and belters if;ii4 3:; Southwest stecn $3 75
ra'.'i 00; scallawogs $2 2.Ya'2 75.
HOGS Scant supply and all sold at 20o
advance. Light to good Yorkers $0 600
(ISO; mixed to heavy packing J0S3O7;
butchers to extra W Ui)rora;7 1ft.
Sll LLP-Good to fancv H 7.'f7r.'MO; med
ium to fair $Ka4 60; stocken ti 7or53 60;
Texas $3 OUfii 4 So.
WHEAT Lower, closing at fl 10 March,
$1 11 April, 1 15HtoV May, U 15 S bid
CORN' Lower, closing at 57 February,
57'. .March, April, 2 Ma v.
OATS Lower, closing at 81) H hid March,
40', April, 42 May, 41 H bid June.
WHEAT-Closed at fl 12 bid February,
$1 111-. March. $1 15 't April, l 17 May.
$1 Ids June, i li bid July.
CORN Closed at 64 S' February, 84K
March. ."3a-S April. 67Mav, rni June.
GAi'S-Cl.ised at im bid February, 88
bid March, 40 bid April, 42Mav,
PKOVISlON-llrm hut qul'ct.
WHEAT-Uiisettled, lrSi 1-2 lower; ae
five speculative business; No 1 white $1 19;
No 2 red February l 24 1-2; March $124 6-8
ffil 2.- 1-4; April fl 2H 1-2'wl 27 1-4; May
fl 27 n-siiii 2H i-2; June f 1 27 1-2.
CORN Receipt! heavy, 8-4WI-S0 lower;
mixed Western spot 7or75c; futurei 72r9
OATS l-2r:t-4e lowers Western 4.Su?53c;
Including No 2 March (WiriMO l-2c; April
60 7-Sor5i l-4c; May 50 8-4Ca);ilc.
nt.'TTER-Selectlons 37ri:iS; second! 84
(S'M, Dalrv-Cholee to fancv 2titvT30, fair
to good L'liu 'JS: medium to fair 202.1; com
mon 14rwlH. Northern Roll unchanged
choice nt 21'22; off grades range at lTToV.'O.
Near-by make Choice wrapped In good
request' aud steady at LW17, but the largest
pint of the receipts Is common white nook,
which drags tit 13W14,
LOGS Light stile In Job lots (early) at
2Sc thai asked later, with 27o bid for fresh.
DRESSED P lULTKY Turkeys 14(3
16c per II). for fair, to ldo for clioloo;
Chicken Small and roiitnh ft flnr3)2ao, as
In sle and condition; good to choice fi 75
fJ3 26; fancy .l5nfa.17aj Geee Small and
badlv dressed Mfai, medium f4 60r6
choice f5 MIWU; Ducks Small and scrubby
filcn-S .V); good to choice 3 .Vn4 25.
TAI.LOW-Piimw aud strictly prime In
oil libls. IM'H j choice cake7ttt Irregular
pneknge and falling off lots 7 ViYtfiH t grease
tallow OAru.; per ll.
Wheat and eorn to arrive firm. Mark
Lane whent firm and a shade higher) eorn
siciulv. No. 2 spring wheat off coast ad
vanced mixed American eorn to arrive ad
vanced ltd, Spot wheat Good market,
tending upward, Mixed Western corn
sternly. Demand from United Kingdom
end Coutlueot good for wheat and fair for
er- ... ... .
to vigorously push a business,
strength to study a profession,
strength to regulate a household,
strength to do a day's labor with
out physical pain. All this repre
sents what Is wanted, In the often
heard expression, " Oh I I wish I
had the strength I" If you are
broken down, have not energy, or
feel as if life was hardly worth liv
ing, you can be relieved and re
stored to robust health and strength
by taking BROWN'S IRON BIT'
TERS, which is a true tonic a
medicine universally recommended
for all wasting diseases.
joi N. Fremont St., Baltimore
During the war I was in
jured in the stomach by apiece
of a shell, and have suffered
years ago it brought on paraly
sis, which kept me in bed six
months, and the best doctors
in the city said I could not
live. I suffered fearfully from
indigestion, and for over two
years could not eat solid food
and for a large portion of the
time was unable to retain even
liquid nourishment. I tried
Brown's Iron Bitters and now
after taking two bottles I am
able to get up and go around
and am rapidly improving.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is
a complete and sure remedy for
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Malaria,
Weakness and all diseases requir
ing a true, reliable, non-alcoholic
tonic. It enriches the blood, gives
new life to the muscles and tone
to the nerves.
Read and Circulate.
The Illinois Central R. K. Co.
Will sell any of lis remsliting lands at one dol
lar per acre less iliaii the present prici a. from Ihl!
timenntll the first day of Ortolicr, K-4 Alter
thst dst- the present pro e will he restored. All
who ilesiro to pitrclta-e cliuuld ava'l the -sii es of
this liberal ofler st em e. I. I'AGGY,
Poi partlrQlsrs Inquire of
Agts, for 1 O. K. K. Lands,
C O A. L
D Stoves 13
S Tinware. S
Shop on llsiidsy Avenue, between fourth aad
Sixth Mn-vts, Cairo, Illinois.
UTAH kinds 1 1 1 gilt Olid heavy hlHcksmlthlng,
wagon and carriage work dnim In the mo.twoik
manlike manner. II irse-shuelng a specialty aud
NW YOHK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND l.ETAII..
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLlTvER Y CI.OSK
O. O. PAT1TC1 Ac CO.,
0r. Nineteenth Ureal I ft.,...,. Til
Commercial Avenne f UUIO 111
HALLIDAY BROTH KKS,
FI.OUP GRAIN AND IIA.
KijMt Csiri Price Ptii for TfUU