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A Household Article for Universal
For Hcarlet And
I'oi, Measles, and
all Contagious llsoaf. Persons wailing on '
lh Sick should im it freely. Scarlet Fever tu
never been known to spread where (lie Fluid wa
used. Yellow Fever hai been cured with it after
black vomit had takstu place. The wont
eases of Diphtheria yield to it.
reveredand Hick Per. ' SMAUVI'O
on refreshed and , and
ld Korea prevent. , PITTING of Small
ed by bailuntc wiih ' rog ritKVKNTKO
IJarbys Fluid. I . . , .
Impure Air mad, A member of my s.
ki. n,,rii..,i ; ily w taken with)
For More Throat it
Small Do. 1 utedthc
Fluid ; the patient wa
; nut delirious, wa not
puled, and was about
1 I lie house azain In thre
week, and no others
I had it. - J W. Panic.
For Fronted tort.
Hoft While CompUi.
too MOured by its use.
11 ilp Fever prevented.
To purify the lirrath,
Cleans the TMth,
it can't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
Ityaunte: j cured.
Wound Ualci rapidly.
An A ntldote (ur Animal
or Vegfiabl J'uimiu,
I used the Fluid during
our present afllictim with
The physicians here
use D.irhyt Fluid very
successfully in the treat
mcnt of Diphtheria.
Tetter dried up.
l iter purified and
Scarlet Fever with de
tided advantage. It
is J Id case of Death it
in'JmpenMble to the sick
room. Wn. F. Sand
';d, Eyrie, Ala.
should be used aboot
the corpse it will
prevent any unpleae
The eminent Pliy.
irlu, J. MAlttOV
HIMS, M. !.. Nsv
York, savs: " 1 am
convinced iW Ilarhys
rropip tic fluid is a
I valuj.k uiuukxunt "
Vanderltllt Uulveralty, Nashvlllr, Tmm.
I testify to the met riuJlent q.ulitirs of Prof
I)..rtys Pitipliylauic Fluid. As a d.s.r,rect:im and
dtfetjfenl it ts both thcnrti.ally and practically
iinor to any preparation will, v Inch I am a
quitted -N. f. LvrroN, 1W Clicmislry.
Derby a Fluid I Kriiinmrnded by
M m. ALrx-iiti II. Sri'HrM, of Ckotu
Kev. Ch r. Disks, Mi., church r f ihe
Strangers, N. .;
Jo. I-aG.M. Columbia, Prof ,1'niveniiv SC
Krv. A J. Haiti , Pr.f , J..T, er I'mvcr'sliy:
Kev tiB-,. F. 1'int.r.i, b.thup M. K Cliim.li
IDlsrKNH.ini.K TO KVKKV IIOMF;.
Perfectly harmless. L'-e-l inirnully ur
eitrriully for Man or fr-art.
The Fluid has been ih.,r lusjlily I ', . nd e
Me lmn lanl evt-kise ih..t it lus d..everyih:iij
here claimed F fulkr information jet of y-.r
ltruKJist a pamphlet or send to trie prvpuctort,
.1, H. ZEII.IN 4 CO.,
ManviCacturm,; Cheun.u, I'll I l.AUF.LPII I A.
QEOItGE II. LE.VCH, M. I).
' PhwioiaTi and Sui'yreon.
Kpeetil att'titlon paid ti the Himcon'hlc trt
Bt-ot ofnuruleal diausae. tod diffaa of own 't
oitlce: Ua Uth itri!t. o;iuoite thuP.ntOffl e.
JJU. J. E. STROSO,
0;f'8 CiniHerril Ave., Cairo, 111.
f?Tlt, BI.BCTKO-VAPOR ako MKDICATKD
n ATI IK
admin atered daily.
A lad In attendance.
R. W. C. JOCFLYN,
OFPIOK Rlfhth Street. nearCrirat- ma' Avar oe
K. E W. WHITLOCK,
Ornni No. IM Cotnmrrrlal Avvnne, bstwe
(Kit a and X'.i.lh Streota
CCITY NATIONAL HA NIC.
Ol Ctlro. lUinoiM.
Tl OUIU LRVKK.
A Oneral Baukiutr lutMiiicss
THOS. W. IIAI.M DA ,
iNTIKPlilSK SAVINU HANK.
Of '.'wro, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS HANK.
TIIOS. W. II A Ialal DAV
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D Stoves I )
B Tinware. ' S
JOHN 8PR0AT, 71:
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'B PATENT
r Refrigerator Oars,
..'ir'T ii.ii . AMD ''
Wholesalo Dealer in Ioe.
IOF BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELI
p'OKBD FOR SHIPPING
Oar JLoada a Specialty.
Cor, Twelfth Street and Levee.
i.su ii-i i
The Conference Committee
(Vegro Slavery in Indian Territory
lave. Amossar tbe Iadlassa.
WjiHiNiiTON, D. C, 5Urch 3. 4D
mu enow," ,ij CoiiKrHamiuii McLean, (
Wlsaourl. to your eoirttupondeut, "Ibtt
tnere are tome thousanda of nugroet who
are. still Slav. j tbist country?"
"V-, alavft to all Intent and purpose..
Of Miint you didn't know it, lut few peo
pl do, I am sure, or It would not have
Wn tii-riulrtod a long a it has."
ho are tli.r and how does It all eon
aM" . i
'Viy, they are the nerfruA in Ihe lo
dl.n Terrliory, who were formerly slav.i
of the Indians there, t'ndtr tb' treaty
with the I ixliana tbiire was an agr.eiiif-ot
that they should be -t fr and trannfen ed
to thiti nertinn of the Indian T.rrltorv now
known h Dklnhoma The terms of the
treaty required that that Governinont
sbntild r.av the ncgroe. th. mho of J.-VKj.tKjo
and tranofrir them to tht'Oltlalioma, wher.
tby would liave a tort of colonv or com
nmnlty of tholr own. This portion of the
trenty has net'er heen rmnplled with.
I'iieao )iioile are obllirt-d to" live thore
without any rljibti. The Indians mlstrct
theni, tuke position of their property,
If they p'-t anv, and thev have no rdreM.
Here in nn of them." ' And he led the
wav .xuind through the crowded lobby to
wiit-re a i!-niile of verv tiUcIt negroes
atiind, and Introduced them repreaen
taihf of the only rmlninjr slave com
munity of th rotintry.
"Ye.," said one. who appeared to he quite
an Intelligent nun. prhap forty year of
Kh, "wi are pruotically lave', for we
have no right, of citirenshlp, no protection
fur aitr property we may arrumulat, and
enreely pn-tit'tion for our lives. We ar
refusi-u any of the risthia of citlzena, our
nufri;ij-e are dneiaied void, the Indian
may coinit mid tejr down our feuctia and
turn their liore and cuttle into our crop,
or .tune our wives and rhlldreo. and we
do not dare mv a word aainat It, nor have
we anv reilrea at law?"
"W'hHl is lheiRUe of thlc?"
"The caue la simply the fa:t tbe laws
which poveru thuw uu not reach u or rec
ognize ourri)tbt, except is relate, to our
We appeal to the Court, and the
.Indue tell us that thev can do nothing for
u liecauu the term, of tbe treaty with the
Choctaw, who formerly owned ut, have
not been compiled with'. What we want
ia that this .ball be done, that we mav be
sent to the portion of the Territory ' set
apart for tus and tb law.'XX) due u. uuder
this treaty paid to us. with which to begin
life In our inw homes, which we are enti
tled." Important Teetlinoue a th tstr
Washixoton, March 2. The Govern
ment has oall.d Chat. H. Hooper to the
land in the Mar Route trial. 1 he wltnea.
wai book-keeper for Donntll, I.awaon A
Co., bankers, New York and identified
th. warrant drawn to the order of John M.
Peck, deposited by T. W. Torrav. Dor
aey'. bookkeeper, to Dorwy'a credit, on
AUKUSt l, lflSu. Bll pointed out that the
warrant bad been drawn on Auxuat 16, atad
bore Peck 'a indors.mant, although the
evidence .bowed that be wa the a in Kew
Mexico. Wilbur H. Swift and Url
Mcl.ellan, former employ, on the Bismarck
nd Toiiku Hiv.r route, gave testimony
concerning tbo larvtc o.r that route,
WcLcllan corroborated th .tatement. of
witness Pennell lu many particular. He
aid John Dortey told him tb.y expected
to tent tbe fcrvioe increased, perhaps ia
three months to trl-weekly, and lntbrc
month more to a dally sen lee, aud h ex
pected to lose monev on th weekly service,
but after the expedition and lucre be
expected to reallfe about 150,(XW. H
aid his brother, Senator Jlorney, wa
chuli limn of th Poit-oflice committee, and
through hi influence be expeoted to set th
tnciTuae, aud he referred to Senator Dortey
and the Second Assistant Postmaster-General
John Por.ry said it dtd not make any
difference whether or not the carrier got
through ou time. Thr had an un
derstanding with the Second Assistant
Post-mater-(?mieral and had organized a
ring In Washington, but did not nay who
wa In the ring. He gathered from the
convcrnatlou that they meant .lobu W.
lorsey, Senator Lorsy and other. Mr.
Wilson. In noting an exception to one of
Judjie Wylle ruling offered to prove that
the employe of the Government had agreed
to secure extra pay for witnesses, and
were to receive a consideration therefor.
Inac Chell, who had been employed by
Doiiey in establishing the Ristnarck Tongue
River Route, corroborated the testimony of
preceding witnesses ooncernlng (he con
venation with John Dorapy,
Tbe Conference)) Committee' Ileporf
Washiniviov, March a. The confer
ence committee on the tax and tariff bill
reached a complete agreement about 12:30
this afternoon and forthwith sent their re
port to the government oflice in order to ba
abl. to present It to the House of Congress
In a printed form, before) adjournment to
day. The report will recommend the adop
tion of th Senate bill, with very few
changes of general Importance except in
the metal schedule, In which the commit! eo
recommend some Increase of rates, especi
al I v In regard to steel.
The rate passed by the Tariff Commis
sion committee mske no change from the
rate proposed by the 8enat bill for cotton
ties, wlr rods, or for any oihor important
article which hive been subject of con
troversy In the mi tnl tohi'dules. Th con
ference committee recommend only one
change In the sugar schedule, namely, an
Increase to two and tnree-quarter cent
per pound on sugar graded above No. 13
and not above No. Ill, Dutch standard.
Th Semite fixed tb! duty at
two and one-half cents per pound.
Some minor change of classification art
made In the cotton schedule, but none of
rate. The, only change In th woolen
achedule In tu Impose a dulv of forty-five
cent per pound ami 40 per cent ad voforem
upon women' uloBk. In th glass and
cHithetiwarn schedul the committee pro
pose a specific duty of one cent per pound
on glass bottle, sud transfer printed and
painted crockery to th china olause, there
by Increasing the. duty from fifty percent
ml vnloivmto sixty per cent.
Wahiiinoton.D. C, March J. The In-ter-occuuli)
L'nnal ptioplo hav evidently
given up hop for thlsCongr, or. If not',
they ire keeping very quiet. Captain Eadi,
evidently dligtmtcd with treatment h ha
received, is Hiking nothing, and i under
itood to be making arrangement abroad
for entering upon hi railway ntetprlse lu
tbe near future. Som Interesting flgur
havo been recently received here relative to
the earning of the Hues Canal. They ahow
that the receipt of the canal in the past
year wore noarly HO per oent In exs of tha
previous year, and the net earning mffl
cienl to pity over 'Ml per cent on tha face
value of the etouk. 1 ho receipt of the
company in tha last year for toll wr near
Iv twelva time what they wer In 1870, It
first uomplet yar.
Sptaklnf of Isthmu prolaou recall tha
UX tfcat Mr. Wat UntU Uapler, 4 M.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 3,
Louis, wbol haa a project for tbe construe
Hon of a railway from the United Suite
through Central and South America the
three America Railway -in bore urging
U bill authorizing the appointment of a
CommhtKloiier to visit thiiso countries and
Bute (ltd Inquire what they will do to aid.
the project. There is little hope, however,
for hl bill, and hi. frequent and long visit
here em to have been In
fula, so far at least at thl Congress I con
erned. ('asKreadossal Smoker.
' Waahinoton, March 2. A a com
panion piece to the paragraph about the
(ale of bear In the Congressional restaurant
h may be remarked that over half the
cigars sold there are "live-centers. " A
enntory examination of the cigar case in the
Houe restaurant indicating recently a
piepoiid. ranee of five-cent cigars, your
ooi-ri in.ii.ent asked the vender of the weed
whe bought l lie flve-oent cigar and who
the ten cent one. "The Congressmen,"
a replied, "buv the flve-oeuters. and
the committee clerk tbe ten aud fifteen
v. l!tatuio, I). C.. March 2. Cal
klas has just given nolle that he will this
forenoon oa.lt up the KroMt-SisxInghaiis
ease. It 1 generally uuderstood thut if the
ease goe up JTroet will be tired and Sewing
haua given Ufa seat, in order to give him
rtndieaiion and a chance to draw bU l
iv f viOXK). .-. .
WaflHiN'tiTox, March 2. Th Senate
conference roport on the District of Colum
bia appropriation bill was agreed to.
Senator Plumb from the committee of
conference on the post -office appropriation
bill reported tbe conferee failed to agree
on two provisions In the bill the ap.
proprietlen for fat mall service and
legislation relating to tbe Pacific Rail
roads. Tbe report wa agreed to and new
Bills providing for rhe admission free of
duty of article Intended for the Louisville
and Denver exposition passed.
On motion of bcimtor Logan a resolution
w adopted providing for a select commit
tee to ejeamine into the condi
tion of the Moux Indians upon their reser
vations. The bill authorizing the Chilllcothe and
K.HHIU City Huilroad Company to build
bridge across the Missouri river passed.
WAHHtVGTO.f, March 2. Under opera
tlonof the "Pound" rule the following
proceeding occurred: Mr. Pound, under
instruction of the Committee on Public
Lauds, moved to tHke up nd pass the bill
to confirm certain land titles In that
Congressional District of Wisconsin.
Mr. paulding, under instructions of the
Committee on Indian Affairs, called up the
bill appropriating out of the Ctievetiao
and Arapahoe Indian funds, fl2.t for
the relief of Powers, aud Newman and oth
Mr. Herbert, under Instructions from
the Committee ou Public Buildings and
Grounds, called up tbe bill for tho erec
tion of a public building at San Antonio,
Texas. Objected to.
Mr. Carpenter, under Instructions from
the Committee on Education and Labor,
called up the Senate bill amending the act
granting public land to several State nd
Terrltorle., which may provide college for
the benefit of agriculture aud mechanics!
Mr. Vance, under Instruction of the
Committee of Patent, called up tha bill
amending the patent law. so a to allow a
patent Brst obtulned abroad to ruu even
teen ver from the date of the foreign
plnt. Objected to.
At the concluslou of the hour, the
Senate amendment to the sundry
civil appropriation bill were nonconuurred
Comments on the Extradition
The Canadian Sonoma for Retailing
Loxdos, March 2. Th Law Times in
n artlclton th applicant for th extra
dltion of Sheridan, point out that a provisn
excluding perpetrator ofpalttical crimes
from extradition doe aol eceur in the
A'hhiirten treaty. The treaty. It savs, does
include murder and by decisions rendered
in New York th crime of mnrder includes
being accessory thereto. The question is
strictly a legal one. The Law Times savs
the utmost cbarui thau uan be brought
against Sheridan U conspiracy to murder,
and bi offense therefore is uot within the
itrlot term of th treaty but the l ulled
(states hn ditcretlonarv power In th mat
ter. "NUMBER OXE."
Dublin. March S. The London con es
pondtsnt ofth Freeman' Journal asserts
that a warrant ha been actually Issued for
th arrest of the man known a "No. 1, "
cople of which have been etit to Liver-
Eool and Birmingham. There Is renson to
ellcve be will shortly be arreted. The
correspondent add that England has no
option hut to apply to the French and
American government respectively for the
extradition of Byrne and Sheridan. If the
foreign 8tates think they can Justly aud
prudently withdraw the alleged murderers
or instlgatora of murdor from trial, the
responsibility 1( primarily there.
Pari, March 2. Au Irishman who gave
hi name a Hyland, but whoso ro.il name
I John Walsh, wa arrested at Havre
yesterday. The newspapers sav he ha
avowed nl complicity in the Plnr'nlx Turk
IRAXK BYRNE .
Taris. March 2. Friend of Frank
Bym have telegraphed to the assistant
secretary of tha Irish National Labor
League requesting him to examine (lie
book and make a note of the entries nvnle
by Byrne on May Otb, last, thn duv on
which Cavendish and Burko were mui -drredr
The objeot 1 to prove an alibi for
PaHU, March 8. Th government will
wait the arrival of document from En
gland beforo deoldlngwhether or not to ex.
tradlt By roe.
Dublin, Marnh 3. Anothr amt In
connection with the murder conspiracy re
cently dlsoloied here ha been maile at
It la expeoted that Brennnn and Kngaii
snd several ofParnoll' follower In the
Common will accompany the latter to
America. Tbe Intention I to give a full
account to the Irian In Amurlcn of tho war
In which the fund of thn Land Lengu
hv been dliposed of.
ItKRt.l, Maroh 3. The Kmprcs of
Germany give 1,000 mark to the fund for
the relief of the (iifferer by the floodi In
Tohomto, OM'l'.s Maroh 3." A polal
fvea LoassVai tji Qt9. 1 teplMa, tbe
Canadian Pacific Syndicate, made a (Ug
gestlon lu th ) London pre( for relieving;
thedMres in Ireland bv assisting the emi
gration of 10,00.) agriculturist to the
CanaUi tu Northwest Territory, and offer
to provide capital for starting by way of
taditeu Death at a Well-Known rrlts
ler. Np.wVouk, March 2. John Malcolm
Cambell, a well-known primer, died sud
denly of apoplexy at 2 o'clouk Thursday
morning v. hen within a few tep of hi
residence, I4 Macon treet, lirnnxlvn.
Mr. Campbell was a native of MilHn. Pa.,
aud wn. ! year old. He was at one
time foreman of the Cincinnati L'tnuilrer.
and served In that capacity on the Mcinphi
Avalanche. Mr. Campbell wis found iv
Ing Insensible on tbe sidewalk, having sus
tained a severe scalp wound by thejfall
which bad followed th upopleptlc attack.
He was carried to his residence by Police
.Sergeant Nelson aud medical atteudance
was promptly summoned When l)rs.
Rog-rs and Merrill arrived they found that
their services were not required, for the
unfortunate man wa dead.
Attn Iteller for Mr. oagar.
Lafayktik. Inu., March 2. Further
testimony la the Ootigar-Mandler cae hs
been given bv the wife and the adopted
Liter of dpt. Wallace. Thev sav that on
thenUitirf Nov. ID, when Mrs.' tinugr
W,-ilfrl tti liiav hauii Im V,!. ntHcA fe..ti k ...
L he went out to the teie-reph office
jiuv , owi inuiiiru si unriHK ine
examination of Hannah Johnson, the balf
ister. she wa requested tottand up, nd
the plaintiff took a position bv her side,
when It ws revealed that thev were about
tbe same height, wore their hair the same
way, and the same style of hat. Thl wit
ness testified that she frequently went to
church with Wallace, and aio to hi office
A 850,000 Blaae.
Pittsuvbo. Pa., March 2. The
Chronicle's Monongabela Cltv, Pa.,
special say: Tbe most disastrous fire that
ever vUited this cltv occurred this morning
hoitly before daylight. The Hie started in
Cooper' pool-rooio, on Main treet, nd
spread both wavs, entirely consuming th
magnificent School House, McKarland'a
carriage shop. Leyda' meat mrket.
Cooper' pool-room nd pbotogrsph gal
lery and the Record printing otfiee. Ten
other houses were badly damaged. Loss.
fVMniO, with insurance' about two-thirds,
distributed in the Connecticut, Reading.
National, Allegheny. Teutonla, National
of Connecticut, lmdon and Lancashire
DHiik the Cense ot the tenlelde at Bla
Bin.MAKK, Mo.. March 2. Further
development tend to bow thil the stock
trader a ho suicided at thl place Thursday
was V. I), dtniih, of Paris, Mo. He wa'
seen to have several hundred dollar ou the
day before he committed suicide, though
no money wa found on tbe boil) by the
Jury of inquest. A note written in a mem
orandum book to bla wife tates that be
wa driven to the act by financial eircum
stance, and add: "Drink had more to
do with it than anything else." He wa
generally known a "Bie" Smith,
and is generally known In Monroe
Jeelu Can a Colored Man to Kill
Belleville, III.. March 2. Albert
Honesty shot and instantly killed t.eorge
Washington, between Bork'ner Station and
F.ench Village, on Uio Louisville and Nash
ville Road, at o'clock thi moring. Both
men ar colored farmer, aud were engag
ed in cieariug forty acre of woodland
which they bad Just leased, gealousy led
to an open rupture between the two frleud,
which terminated in this morning' tragedy.
Washington was married to a white w oman
and suspected Honesty of trying to alienate
tbe affection of his wife.
Htsartaell'a lctln as.n..
OREfio.v, III., March 2. The wood
chopper, Swartzell, who wa recently cap
tured In St. Louis and brought here to
await the result of the wounds, It 1
claimed he gae bla Itoukford employer,
Mctiregor, and the latter' young daugh
ter, N in better spirit ince It seems prob
able that they may recover. Tbe evidence
Is. entirely cifcuin'stantial. He profemei to
know nothing of Fred Langendorf, th
barber who wa urrctred in Chicago as hi
accomplice, and subsequrtttly released.
Tbe prisoner atlll maintains' his iuuo
eenee. Iluiltic Failure.
Nrw Yokk, March 2. Th builne fll-
uis of the past seven days, as reported by
K. ti. I n Jt Co., number JT2, an inorease
f fm-tv-two a compared wl:h lat week,
and distributed as follows; .tsw England
Stutes, i':'; Middle 5tates. 3b; iouthern
Mai 's, t; Western Mates, 3tf; Pacitic
Male . snd Territories, A; t'limda and the
British Provinces, lit); New York City, 10.
A Moraiion Triumph. .
Salt Lake, March 2. The .Mipreme
Court of tbo territory granted a slay of
proceedings, pending " n appeal to' the
Supreme Court of the I'nited Mute In the
application for a mandamus to compell
the county officers In turn over the offices
to appointees of the Uovernor. In effect it
annuls Uie Hoar atnendme nta and county
otlli'crs hold till the August election.
Hilled by a Fall.
Altos, li.l... March 2. Wednesday af
ternoo'i Klrby Ilasklns, a son of Kev. T.
W. Iliisklns, fell off the slanting toof of the
barn at his father's residence. He fell
face foremost and w badly bruised. Hi
Injuries were not considered dangerous,
however, until vesterday aftei-ioon, when
Internal hemorrhage wa developed. The
unfortunate boy died last night.
Arraiigliiv lor the Funeral.
BiuU'Wimi). III., March 2. Tbe'eotlln
In which to bury the remains of the en
tombed miners huve nea rly all arrived,
though tl" '"'die have not yet been reach
ed the process of removing the water Is
necessarily slow. The relief committee
have arranged to expend In the burial
of each body, making $-il&) In all.
Iteatorlng the Oeath renally.
At OL'SI A, Mk., March 2. The hill re
storing the death penalty passsed the
liotiso with amendment permitting
th Jury recommending the prisoner to the
mercy of the Court, and giving the
prisoner' counsel th closing uigumeiit.
SitFtBYVtLt.E, III., March 3. Willis
Wright, aged twenty-three vear, .hot
himself In front of hi brother's saloon
Inst night and dlod thl mornln f, Flnanclul
dlctrcs wa tho cause. Ill mother uml
brother are nearly crazy with grief,
llnahatid Mnrder In High Mle.
Lake Mills, Wia., March a. -Mrs.
Mary Trnvl, young and bandaonie, Mew
her husband's brain out with a revolver
about midnight, through Jealousy, flic
purchased the weapon last evening. Thev
are society people and wealthy.
Kalmtitida the Choice.
Wahiiinutox, March 3. The Hepubil
cuit member of the Senate held a caucus
this morning and selected Kdniuml. a a
candidate for President pro torn, to succeed
Davl. No opposition.
KeiUirnod tho Hill.
A LB a MY, N. Y., March 8. The Govern
or returned to.the Assembly th bill reduc
ing the rate of fare on the new York Kle
vutud road, with tniage giving bi rea
lou therefor. .
From Canada Moarlr.
r ...... . sr a itst. ... t.tfM
v 1 i ass a, aiiareii a urn Jfuwi uuiniis umm
oonsent toiubildlita uot
Him wltb MeUeo.
folaorsed wlta Ula MaaX3
.New Yukk, Maroh J. 8veral oae of
what I believed to be trtcbinosl have ba
discovered In tbe family of Mr. Stepback, a
pork-paoker. Tbey ' have been con
cealed by th family and
physicians for uearly a fort
night. All thn family who ate th pork are
III and those who did not are well. It
came from Stcphach'( own establishment.
The meat examlnod, however, show no
trace of parasite.
CoLi'MBUA, Kas., March . Seven bull
ding on the north aid of public aquare,
including Lykln'a new opr-home. war
destroyed thl morning by fir at 1 o'clock.
The Ion l rttlmated at about t.V),000; In
surance about half that amount. Thl I
tbe second fir In thl olty within sixty dav
th former being equally destructive.
Chicago, March 2. Jason D. Stoa.
coal-dealer, confessed Judgment In the Su
perior Court ou tw aete for ,Oio and
f6,5i8 respectively, in faver of Joalah L.
Hathway. Assu aad liabilities not yt
Ai.tok, Man h 2. Sablnl I (till hare,
soil hat sent a constable to At. Loui to
search for tbe twe children, who have ba
found there. Mr. Sablnl 1 uppo4 to be
- ',- , . A rtly narhsMt).
San Fiuxaeco, March J. Tbe eity w
In darkness lust night. All the street lamp
were extingulkued and removed for lack of
funds to pay the gas bill.
Th Illfool Leaialaf ore.
Sprixofield. III., March J. The fight
Wednesday on the bill concerning th Kail
road and Warehouse Comralislorers having
resulted In ordering It to a eeond radlng,
the Senate openud wltb the regular
order. Two blgh-llcen petition were
received. Tbe eommltfees offered
report on the bills making appropriation
for repairs ou the Illinois and Michigan
Canal, amending the sot to nconrnge the
cultivation of fish and for tbe amendment of
an act to e,tablih system of free schools,
which were passsj wlta little dltcusslon.
A motion to recouslder tbe vote by which
bill 3! failed to pss carried, nd tbe
bill wa recommitted to
'he Committee on Judiciary.
Merrit' bill to regulate tbe liabilities "of
Qre insurance oompanfe, on its second
reading was taken up aad ordered to third
reading. A Urge numW of bill were
advanced to the third reading, among
which were Seaator Morris' bill for the
appropriation of is, 000 for tho sufferer bv
the floods on tbe Ohio Ktvar.and a commit
tee bill to make an appropriation for
strengthening the levees along the Ohio
Kiver In Pulaska County. It wa movd
and carried that when the Miiat adjourn
ed it should adjourn to 6 p. m. Mondar,
The House did a good day' work, having
a number of report of committee and re
ceiving a doxeii bill for reference. One of
these appropriate fSO.OOO for straightening
the Kaskaskia River ia Favett county, so
as to reclaim 5,000 acre
of valuable land from overflow and to culti
vation. There wa an ItitereMing contest
about adjournment until Monday evening,
which prevailed after a pUI order had
been set for Saturday atlOiSO. There wa
a general rush for the train, and to con
tinue buslneat It booam necessary to tem
porarily close the door. Bill on their
second reading were then taken up and
continued till the adjournment.
On Thursday night the Michigan Legi
lature, on the elghty-firat ballot, elected
Tho. w. Palmer, of Detroit, U. S. Sena
tor. THE MARKET i!
HOGS Fairly active; heavy lot Arm;
other grade 5o lower; light W 4CM7; mix
ed packing: f U)m 90; heavy packing and
shipping "f7 80.
CATTLE Active and Arm; export $50
(aii 60; good to ehalce shipping $."iJioY5 7ft:
common to fair $4 Midi W; butchers $8 (Wri
4 T.'j: stockers and fceaer H 90.
CATTLE Light shrjiptag $4 MGM 50;
Heavy h'"-.':-" steer 6 mam !W; Medium
to choici : .. i leer f4 hmatb 00; Good
to prime native cew aal heifer H ttdt
4 8T; Xatlv steer nd. heifer U 25(34 76;
Cows sud calve HS&tiO.
HOGS Strong and higher; aetivt (hip
plagdvmand; pickeri out. Light to good
VoiTter 6 85oJ7; Baltimore $7T 10;
mixed to good packing H wH U; butoh
er to extra heavy $7 10797 36; skip and
cull W 86(30 85.
SHKEP-Good to fancy $4 75riv6 80;
medium to fair $4(34 0; itocken 763
CATTLE Good choice ahipper iteadv;
butcher' aud light (blpper stow and low
er. lIOUS choice easy and steady; light and
mixed about 6o lower; range "W 5Mi7 30;
bulk of sales 6,Vae 8ft.
WHEAT-J1 08-Mrch, $108S April,
$1 13 V Mav, $1 13V June.
COKX 7 March, 67 April. ilsra
Mav, MX June, 62 July.
OAT8-43 April, 48 V May, 48V June
42 S! July.
WHEAT-closed at$l UK March,! :l S
April, .fl 16X May,$l 14 Juue,,$lii9.fulv,
COIIN-MV March, 65V April, 65V Mav,
6G'-t June, 58X July.
OATSWX Murch, 41V April, 42's'
HYE Lower at 69.
WHEAT Opened Vf3V higher, but
ubsequently lost the advance and fell off
a shade; trado quiet; No. 1 winter $1 17;
No. 2 red March H23V; April frlMVi
12; Mav 12UHrcil 27 3-16; June $127'.(rf
1 27 V .
CORN Mixed western pot KoT4 V ; do
future 72 vrii73.
OATS-KfaV better; wostern at IllWi
BUTTER Creamery at 84ffl'18 for sec
onds, to 3oYtf38 for fancy selootio.n in a
mull .way. Dairy at 26M30 for choice
(funiiv' eleetlona In .a (mall way a shade
more); medium (overaalmd, (treked or
mixed) 2t)(a27: oommon to medium IJW.
Northern roll unchanged choice at I222.
off grade range at 17ot20. Near-bv make
accumulating and dull; eholca In fair de
mand t lflf17, but low grade dragging at
EfKt.S Market fairly (teady and moder
ately active at 15c, (obi, and boxes '.n
POULTRY DRESSED Turkey scare
and quick tale 17(3)80 ; ehlnken more
plentiful and dull, Uv (tock being pre
ferred, as the woatber l( mild; qttoi .mall
and rough $2 MrtMj fair to good $.1 UVrf
3 60; choice 8 7ara4; and fancy h 26; ducks
In moderate demand at 4 for email to (A
for large fall geeae quiet at $4tttf ; for gooi'
to choice. Live Ohloken In free receipt
hut ready (ale at (8 604 for cock ami
hen mixed, and $4 60f4 76 for bona; oth
er In good demand Turkey $12'flfl;
c,eeso fl(orJ and duoka 1435.
' " ' LIVERPOOL.
Weather 111 England Una. Spot wheat
firm, fair Inquiry j No. I prtng 9 6d; No.
8 spring 8 7dt Wettern winter 9 M.
Red winter v beat and California wheat off
coast advanoad 3d. Mixed Western Corn
firm at Ms 7d, Demand from I'nlted King
doai and Co. itlnent fair tor wber.l and
orn. Reoelpte Wheat Met week tll.OOU
rartr of whlala lU.MV wta aVJavari-
That's a common expres
sion and has a world of
meaning. Mow much suf
fering is summed up in it.
The singular thing about
it is, that pain in the back
is occasioned by so many
things. May be caused by
kidney disease, liver com
plaint, consumption, cold,
nervous debility, &c. ,
Whatever the cause, don't
neglect it. Something is
wrong and needs prompt,
attention. No medicine haa
yet been discovered that
will so quickly and surely
cure such diseases as
Brown's Iron Bitters, and
it does this by commencing
at the foundation, and mak
ing the blood pure and rich.
I.oginsport. Ind. Dec. i, 1880.
For a long tims I hv been a
sufferer from stomach and kidney
disease. M y appetite was very poor
and the very small amount I did eat
disagreed with me. 1 was annoyed
very much from non-retention of
urine. I tried many remedies with
no success, unlit I used Brown's
Iron Bitter. Since I used that my
stomach does not bother me any.
My appetite is simply immense. My
kidney trouble is no mora, and my
f;eneral health is such, that 1 feel
ilt a new man. After th us of
Brown's Iron Bitters for one month,
I have gained twenty pounds in
weight. 0. B. Sasoint.
Leading physicians and
clergymen use and recom
mend Brown's Iron Bit
ters. It has cured others
suffering as you are, and it
will cure you.
Head and Circulate.
The Illinois Central It. U. Co.
Will scllauyof its remii,lng liimls at one dol
lar per sera less 14111 tbe prvsuut pnc . from lui
lime until the flrnl iHv of (Muliur. 14. Altar
thnt dat thn present prie will he restored. All
who (ltielrti to mrcliu-e .lionlil avail lhi-aiNi've of
this liberal offer at once. P. IMliOY,
I. sud CoiuiuiKsluoer.
Kol pirtlrulsr Inquire 'if
M. KASTKItDAV A CO..
. An, for l.C. U. K, Lands,
Khnp on Hs'llrtajf Avetimi, lietnuen lAnirili and
Hlsth Htrnnl. t'slm, lllliinl.
-rAll kinds l l'cht lid heavy hlsrk.mllhine,
Boti and rarrlK0 work (ions in Hi murt woik
manlllc msiiusr. ll irse-sliiiDlnii s specialty sud
MnnfsMurr snd Dsslsr in
Mk Street lwtwoe Com'l Avaud Lvvve.
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CUOKK B0U1NG A SffioiAfaYV
AU KINDS OIT AMUKITION.
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