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OPfriCB-BiirMh fltrupt. nvar Cnmx nri'.la! Avu'iou
K. K W. WH1TL0CK,
Orrioi No. 188 Oommoreial
Kirbt'tand Ninth Htraeta
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V-WASHINGTON NEWS, '
Rerdell . Tells What Became of1
Star-Route Profits, . " ;
;. -7 ' !t ' i
Members "of th Senate Refusing
to Serve on the Conference
Dying Hard -The Saint
Louis Postmastership Capital
lar Bon I . Trial.
Haiim!Iin, March 1. lu b Star
Koute trial Kertlnll temliicd that Doraey
agrefd la pay hi in flQ.OOU at the end of the
con! rant twin, contingent upon bl proper
'.nd'li-t, tht" fo-nduct of the btmine ami
upon the proflta f the ooni.-rrn, At tha
L coui"iu,Uu of Iit-nUtil'i tatiiDonr Jamtta
. Iioier, of Carllal. ra. , wan called to
the Hand. Ilia temiiuony only enlleri In
the Htateineiil that be bad been unable to
find li-ttm from Iorey nnl Hcrdell
to hiin-flf and dil nut ltli-r ba
had eti-r rroelved mfh cnniiiiiitilcutloiii.
From flic te.tliu'ny piM D by iha Western
l.'ninn ofliHitlN It api c.irifd That flu tele
?r.iin fi am Uorfy to Itvrdell bad bnen de
troyed miller tb tandiiiic nilet requiring
the di-inu'llon of raaageii after belnx
k'pt i tnontha. Ilerdell wita recalled,
and iild I'oi jcv wrote a letter to H'itn.
May ',. "'. blrh wltnem rop'.- l in the
ittei -h'nik . It firat propo-i-d : :! i-it to
titV" mi intrrett lu the . . Then
fullnncd a -iiiieiiiPiit a to lio'.v niiii'h Dor
vi li.id j ' out, f.tc. I: K.ivf hi-ainminl
pji'1.1 to 1 . J. B." a iW.W, and the
iini'Mint ired1td to . W. B.''
;, lo,ooti. The prodta In
that linn- were S'(4.VXI. anil there
w i.'d l e iin.KKi or 0 niort to be paid
!. Ml.' Tbe M-ri-nil li-tter, duted .iav
!-. a from Htdellto Hotter. It
1. 1'. lli.vr ilmt vltne hni.liKeiiupii'iiad
lu .i..cir lnfuie thr appropiialion colu
mn ! r un I to bring Lone) bonks but aavi
he will ii"idoo unlcxiihV bun an order
fiMiitMi"-!"!' r lorey. Tbo diaolosnret
lt d lie (Innittijli'ig to Iony
in tarloiii wnya and wltni would rj
t!f;ivnr in eti'iy way to delitv b examtilH
timi. Il'i-fi r U informed tluit Uriii-iul B.
I- vi'n i h kUiiiwiI and tint be bad very
vultr.iii. tirKilen ronoernltiij the book
wiiii'h w im - would follow.
the Tariff Coulereea.
V.tnt(iTON, D. ('., March 1. An
Inforin il in' i'tiiiK of the conferee! on tbe
tariff bill wan held tbU morning but no ac- .
lion a- taken, owlnir lo tbe aWncc of tbe
ieiniM iiic luembera, aud an adjiturnnienl
wak h I t" await the aetion of tbr Senate
toiirbitiB the declination! of ("enatora Bat
ard and llet k. At 12 o'clock, tbe vacan
clot not h;i1ngbern filled, tb"nopulliran
incnil f v of tbe Committee again mr-t in tbe
room of t he M-naie v ommltte a on r inauce.
One of the Uepuljllr.in uiembera unitl in if-
piv to a iiietun, tli.it thev would coon
wfth the bill fei:ardleK of tbe v.K-nncie on
the I'ominittee and would mibmit their con-
clnlotH to the two hoiuet.
Tbe i'onf ereuce committee on the tariff
bill again ail (our ned without action. Kep-
reeiiutie Carlisle, Qua of the. Democratic
eonfereea on tbe part of the Houe, ralied
a point of order toat the committee could
not proceed to the consideration of tbe lm
Mtie with which ther w'ere ,'har(fed, un
le!. enrh hotly wa fully repreaenled; that
in tbe aii-eni e of two memoem on the part
of the M'liatc tbe ooniralttre would not a
full t'onfen-noe. After tome diacusalon Mr.
Morrill, chairman of the Conference Com
mittee MiMiiiiifrt the point of order, and
the to'timittei lHdJoiiriied, -ttibject to the
call of the ehafrman. Tboae Ipresent were
n,itor Morrill, .Sherman, aud Aldrich,
and Repreeutatle Kelly, McKlnly, Has
kell, Carlisle and Speer.'
Trylua; lo 1 1 nil lb an-Coniualtlee.
Ya!lllliTo) March I. Sunatora Mor
gan and tiorman declined to serve on the
confi-ri'iH'e l onunitti'H, and the Prenldent
of Ibe senate appointed Scnnlnra Davis of
Wrai YirKlnla, and Jonaa, hut they alo
declined and all were excused.
Tim President of the senate appointed
Butler and Maxey. They refute to aerve.
The l'rrnidiMit, assuming that no Denn a
tlc Senator would serve on the remmitie.',
appointed Ingslls aud Muhone. lnpitlls
declined, and Miller (Cal.) was appointed,
who alao refused to serve. McIUll wai
then appointed, but It Is not known
whether he will act. Mahone bn not yet
Kl- Louis Ioat. Office,.
Waiiiingtom, D. C, March 1. Dr.
McLean has Information this afternoon to
the efTect that tht St. Louis Post-offlca
matter is likely to be settled very soon, and
tbe name may be sent in to-day or to-mor-row.
Messrs. McLean and Van Horn visit
ed the President yesterday in Havs' favoi,
but are not particularly reassured as to the
Washinoiox. March 1. Senator Bayard
rifiiiR to a personal explanation, said ba
wihbcd to muke a statement a to tbe rea
sons wlilrh had Impelled tils colleaf(ue
(Senator Heck) and himself to withdraw
from the- conference committee on the tax
kill. After reading tbo resolution adopted
bv the Senate W oiliinmbty, illrcellnif Its
conferees to withdraw If thev found that a,
full and free conference could not be ob
tained, be said bla cnllcaKU and he had
been unable, under the Information
brought before the committee by the House
conferees to come to any other conclusion
than Unit it was not a full and fair confer
ence. The House, conferees were bound
by tbe action of the body which bad select
ed them, and could not confer fully and
fairly with the Senate. It was from a pro
found sense of what was due to tbe Senate
It whs from an eiiul sense of what was due
to ri coordinate branch of this covernmeiit
that he mid his uolleneue had obeyed what
they believed was the clear Interest and
cbiur hiiiI positive Instructions of the Sen
ate. The privilege and constitutional
power of the Senate to possess ami exer
cise a coordinate shnre of the legislative
powers of the governmeni should never be,
aud could never be, subjected to the indi
vidual Judgment of five members of the
House, or of tbe House Itself. When tbe
Home bad d eel it red tbe Senate had not
power to engraft tariff legislation on the In
ternal revtMiuii in 1 1 tne cnnicrces cnum not
nhangit at their will a formal, empbsllc inn I
clear expression of the House. Tbe Senate
conferees could not act on such a tenallve
and capricious proceudlng as this, and II
was their duty to have submitted the mat
terto the Senate,
Senator Sherman Interrupted and prolest
ed against Senator Kayard arraigning con
ferene.e committee In violation of the rules
of the Senate.
Senator llaysrd replied he was not talking
what was the duty of the committee he
was speaking of what was the right mid
duty of tin .minority Tie and his associate
haafelt tbelrohvlntis duty under there
solution adopted by the Senate to refer the
matter hack to the Senate. I'ndorthe ac
Hon of the House, there waa an unfair and
fettered conference, It waa fair nud un
fettered m the pert e Use BeuaU, m II
CAIRO, LLJNOIP, FRIDAY
A SEDUCER PUNISHED.
Wealthy Young Man Sent 'to the Peni
tentiary; on Complaint of P''
' pBir.AtF.r.rnu, March J.Thos. A.
Craig, a young man of good family and sec
retary and tteiio'nt)bnr to ICnocb Lewis,
purchasing agent of tba Pennsylvania Hull
road Company, was to-day 'sentenced to
two years and six mouths in thu Ki-tcrn
Penitentiary by Judge Klcoek for befruylng
under promise of mitri'luge, Miss Kli.a
BenUon. Miss Benlson. who Is a pretty
and niodest-appcaringglrl. won much sym
pathy In court by her lady-like bearing,
while Craig disgust ml everybodv by
his heartless manner. .She tes'tlfW that
she and Cntlg were regular
attendants at the same church arid
that she made tils aeoualntan"e at a rburch
supper three years ago. He came to see
her occasionally foriwo years and after that
he kept steany company with her until
February, I:!. Ho came on Tuesday,
Thursday and Sunday nights and occsaion
ally took her to prayer-meeting on Friday
night . He finally proposed to her and
aim ACCfcl'l KU HIM
after their purents consented. Under these
circumstances, after repeated attempts, he
succeeded In ucrpuiplb-hing her ruin.
When her condition became, known and her
parents asked bim to fulfill Ills promise of
marriage, be refused and said he would
ruin her character li thev attempted to pro
seetita Mm. ' He a.iid be could have tb
case kept out of court, and would have, the
whole 1'eiusylvu.uln Railroad Company lj
back him. A numberof blirhly respectable
persons testified lo Miss Rcnlson's gooa
name, including the superintendent of Sun
day school which she attended. The cae
waVso strong when tho prosccutlou closed
that, under advice of his counsel, Craig
withdrew bis plea of not guilty and threw
himself on tbe court. Judge Ll;o:k snld
he would be merciful. Whim Craig heard
tbe words, "two vears and sx months at
Jiartl labor," the smirk he had worn all
day gave place to extreme pallor, and his
lip's twitched nervously in spite of bis ef
forts to appear calm.
Makes a Statement Denying all Charges
OltF.ooN. III.. March 1. A corre
spondent here Interviewed Schwartzell,
who a short time ago was arrested in St.
Louis for a in irderous assault
on McGregor ami his daughter near dales
burg. He said:
"1 have been misrepresented. A pack
of lies, as I have been told, have been cir
culated about tne. A littlf fellow with
spectacles got on tbe train as I came back
and people said he did not publish any
thing that I said. If I knew what to
write 1 would be glad to do so, I would
acknowledge anything that is true, but 1
would be cut into Inch bits before they
could make me acknowledge what is not
'What about the letter vou wrote your
brother from St. Louis?" '
'That Is not true. I only signed my
Initinials, N. H. 1 always sign my name
to what I write. ' ' Schw'artzellJ reiteredbis
denials in general, as heretofore published.
The prisoner vra told by Koekford parties
that the McGregors were likely to recover
and since then has been in better spirits.
Thev thus braced him up in bis dentals, no
doubt causing him to stick uioiu strongly to
his original story. With regard to the
barber, Fred. Langcdorf, who was arrested
lu Chicago as an accomplice and after
wards released, be said In rcplv to a
question: "I do not know him, I never
heard of him before. " There is nothing
hut circumstantial evidence against him
aud be is holding bis own in stones as well
as circumstances will permit with tht web
that surrounds htm.
POOR GRACE EMMERSON.
Body Still at the
Chicago. Slarch 1. Mr. LnglisD, the
father of Mlsa Grace Lmmerson's baby,
has not yet put In an appearance, and the
corpse of the woman still lies at tbe
morgue. It was visited by scores of peo
ple who bare interested themselves In the
ease. Among them were several ladies
who brought clothes for the bodv, and
three connections of the d.ad girl's family,
who will lake cure of the corpse till the ar
rival of the mother from the east. Mr.
Klton received a dispatch saving that Mrs.
McDonald would arrive Wednoulay morn
ing. This she failed to do, aud a Inter dis
patch announces that she would arrive this
morning at 7 o'clock aud would swear out
warrants for nil parties concerned In this
affair. The baby is at Dr. Duff's where It
waavislted by a large number of people,
among them quite r number of charitable
ladles, who volunteered to take care of the
child and raised a eubcriptlon for the bur
ial of tbe mother. It now transpires that
when this child was sent to thu care of the
Jinltor's family, It was accompanied by a
note from English giving them the child'to
dispose jf as they saw tit.
Northern . Petrlflc'a Temporary
st, PaCI., Minn,, March 1. The last
spike driven for tbe Northern Pad tie was
driven on the temporary track at the sum
mit of the Belt ittingo Mountains, at a
point 1. OKI miles west of St. l'auf. This
track has been laid to cross tbo mountains
until tbe Boztsnmn tunnel shall be complet
ed, at the close of next autumn, Thu end
of the track running west is within ten
miles of Boeman. The end of the track
coming east is at the mouth of the Missouri
Klver, leaving a gap of about '.DO miles to
he laid, all of which Is In Montana, Work
Is progressing at both ends, there having
been no cessation of labor during the enilre
winter. The grading of this 11K) miles is
nearly completed. Work on the tunnel is
being pushed at the rate of li feet per day.
that Is, six feet from each end of each tun
nel the Bozeninn and the, Milliard. Ill's
latter will be finished bv July, at which
time the Iwoends will bo Joined.
A rhyalrlass Arrested tor lliirglary.
Sr. Paii., Minn., March 1. Dr. Har
ry Beeves was arrested this morning at bis
oillce in tbe German block bv a detective.
He is wanted at Urand Itaplils, Mich., on
suspicion of having had a hand In al3i),
OtiO bank robbery. He Is said to lm one of
the gang of burglars who broke Into the
Grand linplds National Bank some time
ago and stole the amount stated. When
taken Into custody he manifested great
fear. For some tltno past he has ' been
engaged as a specialist. Beeves is n man
of 2Xi years of age and of prepossessing ap-
tiearnnre. He will be sent back to Grand
(lipids as soon as the proper otllcurs ar
Cincinnati, March l.-Thc Time's
Sturs Slculienvlllo, Ohio, snys: "Tbe
Cleveland Furnace Company, operating
under a lease tbe furnace and' mines of the
Stetibenvllle Furnnco and Iron Company,
failed this morning. Liabilities $1K,IJK;
assets $lil,0ilO to no, 000.
Hot Nprliia-a, Virginia, Mold lor fj
Nkw Yomk, March 1. The HotSprlnga
property in Bath county, Virginia, hu
hern sold at auction, aud the purchaser la
Warren Lelaud. of lw York. Tbe price
paid Is said to be 91,000,000, with 0Mb
payment el 110,000,
MORNING, MARCH 2, 1883.
THE OLD WORLD. -
Financial Condition of France
Viewi of London and Paris Papers
on the Extradition of Sheridan
Ln.vni in, March 1. The K-mk of Eng
land bas reduced the rate of discount from
three and one-half lo three per cent.
TUB KXTHitilllOX QCFI 'ION.
. London, March l.The Times, In an
article touching Ibe applications of England
to the I 'idled Suites and French
Government- for Ihn extradition of
Sheridan and Bvrne. savs. "No candid
American or F renchman would contend that
the Case of the 1'lncnix Park mtifHerer
was covered bv the privilege accorded
political offenders and asserted in (Jreat
Britain lu the case of Orsinl.wno attempted
the life of Dmperor Napoleon in IS.Vj."
But the Times says, "if only complicity In
the organization of a secret society Is al
leged against Bvrne and Sheridan, their
axtrndltlon will 'probably ho refused."
Pat'liell wrote James Moouav, president
of tbe National Land League of America,
It forming bim that If tho Commons re
fuses rbe second reading of the Land bill,
wlw.-h be will move on tbe Jlth Inst., and
if there la no prospect of further legislation
for Ireland the present session of Parlia
ment he will forthwith proceed to thel.'nl
ed -tntet lo attend 'lie proposed convention
London. March 1. Bullion lo the Hank
of Lii-land increased lti7,nui toe pst
week. I be proportion of the bank's re
serve to liability 4:1 per cent.
Pa nis. Mreh 1. -Tbe Culvers violently
attacks the Government for Its assumed
intention to deliver Byrnes to the Enulish
Government. It says' England refused to
deliver Bernard, an avowed accomplice of
Orsini in the attack on Napoleon, and she
lias offered an agreeable refuge to all our
ilitical convicts and amiable Communist.
.ow on the simple denunciation or a
w retch who sold thpso who were his tools
tbe Republic delivers up Irishmen who,
until contrary proof is brought, ought to be
Bank ok fhaxcf.
Paw, March 1. The w;ekly statement
of the Bank of France shows an increase of
I.misj.ikki francs gold and a decrease of
1,0.'sVsi francs silver.
CATTLK TAkEN TO PAY KENT.
Li.mkkick, March 1. Thirty head of
cattle, belonging to O' Flaherty, late
president of the Land League here, were
seized, owing to non-pavment of rent by
Throe hundred women go to New Hamp
shire from here to work in a cotton' fac
tory. Tbe Board of Guardiaus voted
CbO towards furnishing the emlgrauts with
or. k n Ayr.
BeRt.fN. March 1. Tbe historichl oos
lume ball in honor of the silver wedding of
the Crown Prince and Princess was held
Wednesday nigbt in tbe old palace, aud
was carried out with great pomp and
splendor. Nearly all the German Princes
and I'nnci sses were present, representing
dlnerent historical c
waa a great success.
uracters. Tht evsut
MARCH 1, 1SS3.
H iGS Receipts is, 000 for to-day, 4.V,
fXst for February, 417.000 for same month
last year: -'.st-V'.Ooo for packing season,
against S.Siil.icw to same perioo last vcar;
slow and VxiX? lower: light t 407 05;
mixed packin; SiO'SHISW; heavy packing
and shipping 7fo7 HO,
CATTl.K-Ex'iiorls 45 8SfS.'6 20 ; good to
choice shipping f.'i low HO; aommon to fair
.f4 butchers 44M; stockers and
feeders $1 J54 W.
CATTLK Light shipplns
heavy shipping steers
s o ewrri
to choice butcher steers H 0fS5; good to
prime native cows and heifers WiVJHSJi:
scalawags ii JO'S 8; cows and calves $lNi
HO'.S Light to good Yorkers $0 800
li li.'i; Baltimore J7fSi0fl; mixed to good
packing W7.VS710; butchers to extra
heaw .7 10li7 il; skips and culls ..'i 7.Vo
sHEKP We quote common to medium
at .f:) iVi4 bu: fair to good H Wii: 10;
choice to really fancy tft SVi'ti: stockers
!Si 7.V'n4 Jfi; Texnns 43 iVi 0.
CATTLE Steers 1.400 to 1.800 pounds
f, '.strtiS ISO; stocks and feeders $3 76:3 4 50;
Hons Quality good to cholue extra $7rti
7:'; good packers H 7V?7; light j Wat
(inln hkher, closing firm.
W1IKA I' tl 0MV March, $1 00-. April,
il 14 Mav, fl 14 S June, 41 12 Julv.
CORN .N7f3' March, fiS'. April.
OATS-4-' March. 41 V April. h'.ftU
Mav, 4:1 '4 June, i'lS July.
HYK 71 S June.
WIIEAT-Closod at fl 12V March, $1
ll'i April, fl M'i May, 1 15V June, fl
CultS'-MV March, 58 V April, 50V
Mav, 57ro5S June ,"!'. Julv.
o'ATs-40 March, 41 ' April, ii
KYE-Pull at .
WHEAT JsTfit. higher: No. 1 white,
$117; No. 2 red March $1 L2Vil ilV;
April 41 2Stl 25 7-10; Mav $1 2ti' ;
June 41 26Vf27.
CORN S Cd higher; moderately active
mixed western snot 0575; futures 72',
OATS f&H better; active; western
BCTTER Creamery ut 'iUU'Vi for sec
onds; .'Jiifiillo' for fancy selections In a
small way. Dairy at 2SC.W for choice
(timey selections ill a small wuy a st,uie
inure); inedluin, over-salted, streaked or
mixed) 2oro'2tl; common to medium 12frf
2u; northern roll unchanged chnioe at
2l'ii'22, off grades range at lifa-U. Near-by
make Choice in demaud at loYii IK, but low
llGGS-Heavv receipts In addition to the
large accumulation of the past few days,
caused another decline; sales, 75 esses ' m
I5c, ami lots (even If small) could md be
placed above this price.
DRESSED POULTRY-Turkeys dead
scarce, mid quirk sale at 17fiilNe. Ih.
Chickens In liberal supply and selling r low
ly, as weather Is mild, at 42 nOfaS for ihln,
small and rough, 4,1 iVaU 75 for fair to
good, 4ira4 25 for choice, and 44 ftOrai 75.
Ducks steady title at WfrfA, top rate for
large fat: Geese sold fallry at44ra5' for
small to isiiro" for large.
WHEAT Mark Lane wheat and corn
dull. Spot wheat firmer 1 No. 2 spring
lis lid; No. fl spring 7d; Western win
ter 0s (Id.
CORN Mixed Western corn firunr at 6a
7d. Demaud from United KJogdoiai and
Coutluent fair for wheat Md corn.
was for the Senate to determine Whether It
was equally fair oa tbe part of the House.
He bad been earnest la hit endeavor
to obtain soma reduction of tax
ation, but, acting under direction of tbe
Senate, it w ould haie bean a breach of duty
cm his part had he remained to consider
with the House committee the question
whether or not th" Senate had power to1
eicrift miff legislation 00 tbe internal
c4i;iii'r Bavard and Beck asked to be
excused from'furthar service en the con
senator Garland offered a resolution in
structing all the Senate conferee to with
draw from the conference.
Senator Allison objected to the present
consideration of the resolution, and It went
over till to-morrow. Bavard and Beck
Were excused by 4'J ayes anil 6 nous,
Senator Morrill asked consent that the
h iif -hi.it' l have authfrWty to till vacancies
on M 'ii.ui'.ltee. Agreed to.
T - 1'iesid "in then appointed Senator
V-,-., si - ,.d Mi Pheraon.
m Mi I'licison asked to b excused
1 e.tiu.s.-' In- w us not In accord with most of
h.s Democratic colleagues on the tariff
qu;t;on, and as also because of the In
s! ructions iriven by tha Senate Wednesday
to j!s conferees. " Ms was excused and the
IV-ideiit r.ppoiutiid Senator Harris.
Sen. tinr ll.inis declared he was in full
accui ! willi Me.-sM. B.vvard and Beckon
this .iibject and asked to be excused, His
request was granted.
senator Voorhees then rose and declined
to serve, glvln-.' no reason. He was ex
cused. The President said be had no
means ef ascertaining who would censent
to serve except by going round and Inter
viewing every senator, but he might find
sonv one dnr!ii-thu day. (Laughter.)
The Seuaie Ci n proceeded to consider
the sundrv civil appropriation bill.
J Washington, Match 1. The confer-"
i ence report on the fortification and appro
I prut inn bill agrei r to. It ap
I i)iopi-i,itc-.H.5,0'iO iiii,re than, whn it pass
I el tbr Hoie. . .T
Mr. P;iL'e moved to suspend the rules and
adopt order limiting debate oa the rivr
and hirbor hill, exeept in regard to
I'euis for the linpruvement of the Mis
sissippi River, to one minute, Lost. Yeas,
1 Ul: nays, Ri; not the necessary two-thirds
li the artirinaiive.
The House then went into eonimittee of
t ie whole on the state of the Union, but
Hisuock objected to the river and harbor
bill, and the. committee rose and reported
1 1" objection to tho House.
The House yeas I:tt, nays 107 ordered
c uisideratlon of the r.ver and harbor bill to
be resumed, and immediately w-ent into
com mil tee on thut bill.
Mr. Turner. Kentucky, offered an
amendment providing that f 25,000 of the
sum appropriated for tbe improvement of
the Oh, 0 River shall be used In Improving
the Grand Chain Rapids. Adopted.
On motion of Mr. Willis, an amendment
was adopted providing that $25,000 be ex
pended in improving Indiana Chute,
on motion of Mr. Dawes, an amendment
was adopted pro iding that $10,500 be ex
pended at the mouth of the Muskingum
Saloons and Railroad the Subject! of
si'ittNfiFiKt it. III.., March I The
local option hill In the Senate having been
tin.il!y killed by striking out the enacting
t laus'e. t lie regular order was Immediately
entered upon this morning. Five petitions
from various parts of tbe State In favor of
high license and prohibitory measure
were received and referred to
the Committee on Mlsoollany. Several
new bills were Introduced. Senator White'
bill amending the act lor tbe Incorporation
of cities and villages, on Its third reading
was passed. Tbe bill amending the statute
concerning the law In relation to criminal
Jurisprudence was ordered toa third read
lug as was bill forty-rive. Tbe spealal or
der for II o'clock was the consideration of
a biD to allow an amendment ro be made
to indictments, etc.. which failed to pass.
The special order for 11:80, which had
been postponed for discussion on No. 53,
was now taken. It was the question for
substituting the minority for the majority
report of the Railroad Committee on Bifl
191. A long and exciting debate ensued,
participated In "by at least
naif the members of the Senate present.
The entire day was occupied with busi
ness on the 1 'I 'tidar. Thirty bill were
killed U .: . port from committee
and alarge number were reported favora
bly. It was 12 o'clock before the regular
order of bills of the; second reading wu
reached, and then a long discussion fol
lowed on the House bill, Intended to pre
vent frauds upon the public by railroad
companies and fast freight lines.
Petkoit, Mich. March 1. Tb first
Iwl lot by the Legislature. Stout 41 ; Palmer
20; Stockbrtdge, lit ; Willets. 9, with ten
scattering. No essential change from the
Second ballot, Palmer 27; Stockbrldge
20; Willets 5; Wlthey 0, with 11 scatter
ing. Tbe falling off from the candidate
tbe previous ballot was caused by a move
towards Judge Wlthey, which Just now
has a special tlgnlflcarire. Adjourned till
An I'nanrceaatnl Attempt al Mnrdar-
Chicago, March 1. Mrs. Lizzie Tay
lor, wife of Henry Taylor, related to the
police the particulars of her husband'
attempt to murder her. She nys Henry 1
a very drunken sort of a person. The other
night she was awakened by a fneling of
suffocation and found her spouse holding
his stocking to her nose. She detected a
peculiar odor, which was quite natural,
and afterward discovered a bottle of
chloroform with which he thinks tbe stock
ll g was saturated.
Washington D. C, March 1. The
debt statement shows the decrease of tbe
public debt during February to be $7,030,
tiVS; cash luTrcusurv, $.t0, 200, 74S; gold
eertlflcHles, 474.S5O.740; silver certltlcsto,
473.2011,1170; cerlilieutes deposit. 41 1,840,
000; refunding certificates, $185,050; legol
tenders, 4HS,M01,01H; fractional currency,
Cleveland, March 1. The uppoed
Inccndiiirv tire last night damaged Alonzo
William' planing mill at Youngstown and
the adjacent lumber yard of Geo. Jlnglly
on one side and M. Clemens' rag
ami paper warehouse on the other.
The total loss is estlmted at $30,000; insur
ance f 1S,000: '
Killed by tbo Car.
Hoi'LTON. Mi., March 1. Two men.
Mclnclly anil Brown, with their wives, at
tempted to drive acroi the New Brunswick
Railroad, at Catitonbury, N. B , in front
of an advancing train. The train struck
tho pung, killing both ladles almost lntaut
ly and severely Iujuriug Mulnelly.
Blsmaih.k, Ma., March J.-A stock buy
er supposed to be named 8. B. Smith,
committed suicide at llousonpol'a Hotel in
this place this morning. Ho I upposed to
be from Paris or Moherly lu this stale,
Cloned by the Nherlff.
Pkoiua, III., March 1. Charles Leh
man, dry goods, w as closed by tha Sherlif.
Liabilities, 440,000; assets, stock and ac
Jumskv City, March 1,-0. T. W.
McDonald, grocer, ba suspended. Lia
Hilled hjr Hansoa
rtUNNiMUON, Yt.. March
runaway borse oa man wst
Is not signing a pledge
or taking a solemn oath that
cannot be kept, because of
the non-removal of the cause
liquor. The way to make
a man temperate is to kill
the desire for those dreadful
artificial stimulants that car
ry so many bright intellects
to premature graves, and
desolation, strife and un
happiness into so many
It is a fact! Brown's Irom
Bitters, a true non-alcoholic
tonic, made in Baltimore,
Md.,by the Brown Chemical
Company, who are old drug
cists and in every particu
lar reliable, will, by remov
ing the craving appetite of
the drunkard, and by curing
the nervousness, weakness,
and general ill healtl. result
ing from iuempmnce, do
mot to promote temperance,
in the strictest sense then
anyother means now known.
It is a well authenticated
fact that many medicines,
especially ' bitters,' are noth
ing but cheap whiskey vilely
concocted for use in local
option countries. Such is
not the case with Brown's
cine, a cure for weakness
and decay in the nervous,
muscular, and digestive or
gans of the body, produc
ing good, rich blood, health
and strength. Try one bot
tle. Price Si. 00.
Iead and Circulate.
The Illinois Central 11. R. Co.
Will sell any of Its remaining lumls at. one dol
lar per acre less lliar. the present inc . from till a
timentull the first rtv if Ocluher. 1hK4. Alter
that dale thu present )rl' e will iip reetored. All
wbo dualrc to purclia-e rhould avail themseites of
this Uheral offer at once. I'. IMUGY,
Koi pailiculsi's innulie of
M. KAhTERDAY A C J..
Agl. for 1. C. li. It. Lands,
Simp nil lis llilay Avmiue, Ih-ihio ii i iiirlli and
Sixth streets. Csltii, Illinois
rAH kind. 1 1 1'tiht and heavy hLicksntlthlng,
wann and rnrrinife w.irk ilmm In the mo't wotk
mtnltke ir.siiuiir. II lrsi.-slioelng s spe.ialty and
Manufacturer anil rtusltn
Hid Slreo., hrtweeu Coni'l Ave. and l.erou.
CUOKli BOIUNO A BlECIAtaTY
ALL KINDS Of AMUfHTION.
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