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While other Baking Powders art large!
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
bat been kept unchanged in alt itt original
purity and ttrength. The beet evidence of
its tafety and effectiveness it the fact of
it: Imving received the highst testimoni
al from the most eminent chemittt in the
United Statet, mho have analyzed it, frot
itt introduction to tht present time. Mo
other powders thorn to good resultt by the
true te$tthe TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS i PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
aarMara t Ural ! Sm, Dr. Frlw'a
C o 1 1 ve d r ,
C h runic Ilar
Impurity of llin
ISImul, Fever anil
and ull Disease
raiised by I'e-
rauiffemcut of Liver, llowel and Kidney.
HTMPTOMS OF A IiSF.SFr MVER.
bad Hraih; lam in I lie Mir, tmrtunc, Ihe
pain it felt under ihe ShouMer-Uadc, mituk .n fur
Rheumatism : general lut of i.'MUc. Bowels
generally costive, sometimes alternating with lax;
the head l tro-jbicil with pain, is dull and heavy
with cunsidrrable loss of memory, accmpanied
with a painful scntatien of leaving undone tomci lung
which ought to have bern dune; a slifjit, dry ougn
and flushed face it sometimes an attendant, often
mistaken fur cotuunimion; the anient complains
of wearine and debility ; nrrvuu. e-nmy turtietl;
fret cold or burning, swetimri a pru.kly v-saiion
of th akin cutis, spirits are Inw aiM i' ndent,
and, although unified 0 at tincive would be bene
ficial, yet one can rurlly summon up fortitude to
try it in fact, distrust every rc.-nc-.y. Sereral
of the above symptoms attend t'ie diva'.e. but cases
have occurred when but few of thmi e;.itel, yet
elimination after death ha shown (lie Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
It ahould be used by mil rori. old and
young, whenever any of the aucve
symptom t appear.
Person Traveling r Living; In Co.
healthy Localities, 7y taking a d"e uc- asion
ally to keep the Liver in healthy action, ;!1 avoid
all MaUria, lUUnui attack. Lh trine ss. Nau
sea, Drowsiness, LJeptes-i m oi "-pirns, etc. It
will Invigorate like a glssn of mine, but la no In
U treating beverage.
If Tou have eaten anytlilnij hard ot
dtgeatinn, or fed heavy after mcaJt. or aleepv
! at night, take a dote and you iil be relieved
Time and Doctor' Dili will tie saved
by always keeping the Kegulutor
In the Ilotinel
rot, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
tafe purgative, alterative and tonic can
never be out of place. The rem rdy it harrnlea
and doe not interfere with biislue or
IT IS PURELY VKOETATU.E,
And ha all the power and ellicaty of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after erteus.
A Oovernor Testimony.
Simmons Liver Regulator ha been in u in my
family fur vime time, and 1 am unified II u a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J Gill Shohtkm, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander I!. Stephens, of ia.,
says: Have derived k me beuctit Irom the use of
Simmons Liver Regulator, and with to give it a
"The only Thing that never fall to
Believe," f have used many remedies f n Dys
pepsia, Liver Affection and lability, hut never
liar found anything to benefit me to the eitent
Simmon Lier Regulator has. 1 sent from Min
nesota to Georgia for it, and would send further for
such a medicine, and would advise ail ho are sim
ilarly affected to (tive it a tn-d as it seems the only
thing that never fails to relieve.
P. M. Jannpv, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. XV. M nun ii nay t From armal ex
perience in the use of Simmons Liver Regulator in
my practice 1 have been and am satisfied to use
aod prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
fsaJTTake only the Genuine, which always
ha on the Wrapper the reil 7. Truilo-Mark
and Signature of J. II. ZKII.IN & CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS,
QEOKOB II. LEACH, M. I).
Phvrtioiau and Smwxm.
ppeciai mti-ntton paiu to tne iiumoi.t'inc irrat
mi'Dl of uricl dUoanua, and dia . of woiiino
Urtlre: Ou 11th tre"t, opp'tnlto the Puni OfHcti,
J)H. J. K. 8TK0N0,
128 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, ELKCTRO-VAPon ako MBDICATlfD
A lady 1u ailoudnuco.
JH. W. C. JOCFLYN,
OFfflCR Klehth Htrcflt, near Oinnn erclal Avenne
K. K W. WIHTLOCK,
i)jn tal Surgeon.
Omul No. Wi Uommerelal Avenne, botwaab
Kifbt',i and Nluth Htreeu
(J O JL J j
B . Stoves 1)
No. 27 8th St.
S Tiuware B
The l ews.
Acting Vice-President Davis'
Senator Edmund Elected to Succeed
The Closing Hogn of Congress
St. Louis Postmastership Po
now the Riser ssnd Harbor BUI
Washinmov, March 8. The river mid
harbor bill l timid. TheScnate CtjiinnliKe
did li with lu little hatchet. Thev
reported Uj Ihe fir-mite thitt they hutj
no time to ronsidiT It, and on In
gall'i lnolioii the bill km laid over
until Miii(..v,' mid, m there U no tit.-inn
to-morrow, the bill In dead. Hav i- still
waltlnt.' to lx-iir from th While Htmut
rejrariiliiK th! niipolnt mcnt of Ihe St.
Loui l'ofliiinotiT II iH manly form I
"en hourly In thrs lobby of the Spnate,
npr the table where nomination are il
wuy diHjilived a noon a thry reai-h the
Lr. Mt l.fait thin morning received a tele
cram from rpjirvientHtlvu German of St.
L'niii a-kin,' him to present the name of
Dr. Miirkloff for the place, and he will at
once comiilv with the requent. He rtuyn to
day he think', it tint Improbable It may go
over to ni'Xl ooMitoii.
The Work of ihe Ijiat oiirti.
Wiiixtii, 1). C, March 3. The
number of bill ami joint rcaolutitui Intro
duced In tbl- onifren U 10,ikV); the num
pea of billti that panned both house and
liecitiif In iv. tiVj; the report 0 debate
make lo.Tiii ..ic( of the C'onfrri'liinal
Kerord. atcr.idnir 1..VK) word to "the jiace,
or M.Oiio.iNHi wonls in all. Of .the total
number of biiu offered .0S were pre
ctiH'd In the llouc. The Hoiioe calendar
of yeMenUy ha about l.ooo bill awaitini?
action, of whii'h number 225 have already
paed the Sfuatu. Of the Irt.tlVi bllla in
troduced i hi M".ion 10.(100 fall dead when
Cumret adjourni to-nifht.
Washim.ton, March 3. The Howe
bill to confirm certain entrie on public
The untiiiMied burluew, the bill to ex
elude public lands in Alabama from the op
eration of lavt relating to mineral landi,
.Seuator Bryard offered the following
which wan agreed to uuanitnouly:
U -solved. That the thank of the Senate
of the United Mute are due, and are here
by tendered to the Hon. David D.ivU.
Senator from Illinois for the courteous,
iinpirtial and able manner In which he has
presided over their deliberations and ful
tillel the. duties of president protein, of
S ualor Tabor presented the credentials
of III uceer aa Senator from Colorado,
Thoma H. Bowen.
H nator Bowen presented the credentials
of Alfred 11. Colquitt, Senator-elect from
Senator Plumb called up the bill direct
ing fie Poiniater-geeeral to readjust
the MlarW of certain postmasters.
At 12 o'clock Senator Davis,' President
pro t-inpore of the Senate, In reolgtilng
that otlice pursuant to notice given some
day niuee, delivered tho following ad
dret: "Senators iratitude falls to express
the fclinir which moves me in responding
to t te ceiicroiiM expressions lu the resolu
tion you have Adopted. As the presiding
offlo 'r of tills houored body I have received
courteous co-operatiou from both sides
and constant kindness in the discbarge of
the ofticiel duties end In my personal Inter
course I ought to be. and I believe I am,
fully sensible of the obligations imposed by
these act, the more so as I entered upon
the duties of the chair almost a
stranger to parliamentary practices. Six
years have pnssed away since the Legisla
ture of Illinois conferred upon me the trust
which l about to expire by constitutional
limitation. I neither sought nor expected
n election which was brought about by
different elements. Political conventions
have separated me from the two great par
ties, and have subjected my actions here
and elsewhere to criticism of' the organs of
both organizations. A public man who
steps outside the regular party lines, is ex
posed to misrepresentations tif hit motives
and to the charge of weakness in his con
duct. He gains little credit for the moral
courage of self-assertion and none for cadt
ing atiile ambition in defense of his
principle?. Iu legislating I have striven to
consider the measures solely with reference
to the public good andwithout the least re
gard to their political paternity. Above
and beyond all other objects m great aim
has been to extingulshthestrlfe of sections,
and to see the Union restored In all Its in
tegrity, with refreshed and Increased
grandeur. Thank God that happy day has
at last cornel North and South are only
geographical expressions. Fifty million's
of free, happy and prosperous people re
Juice in a reunited country strcn'rthenod by
the htcrncht of human trials. Islinllcarvy
away with me and cherish as a solace In
private life the cordial friendships formed
here. It will be a constant pleasure
to reflect upon, that no Jar has disturbed
the a Iminlstrittion of the high otlice I now
resign, bidding an affectionate farewell to
every member of the Senate and every offi
cer connected with it.
Senator Anthony offured a resolution de
claring (ieorge P. Edmunds, a Senator of
the State of Vermont , elected president
pro tempore of the Senate.
So'iator Pendleton moved to amend ao s
fo m ike tho resolution apply to Thome J.
Bayard, a Senator from the State of Dels
war . The amendment was lost.
S ntdor Kdmunda was then elected. The
Secretary, having nnnotincxl the result,
re inesleil Senator Anthony and Bayard to
conduct him to the chair, and they did so,
So tutor Edmunds, standing by the clerk's
' 'Se lalors, I beg to thank the Senate sin
co.'cly for the honor conferred upon mo and
to say 1 shall endeavor to discharge the' du
ties imposed with fidelity. I think that,
under the law, I ought to take the oath of
oillce, I ask the Senator from Khode Is
Ia'vI, the oldest Senator present, to admin-
Sen dor Anthony administered the oath
and I'Minunds then took the chair.
Senator McMlllcn, from the Committee
on Commerce, made a report on the
river and harbor bill, slating that owing
to the w ant of time to examine and con
sider properly the. numerous items In the
bill, they did not foul Justified in rec
om neiidlng lis nussagc. On the other
ha ul, in view of the great importance of an
annual appropriation for the Improvement
of the water-ways of tha oouutry, as a pro
taction against the oppressive exactions ot
railroasl ompanli, the owuiuitue Aid not
"AIK". H.UKOIP, SUNDAY
feel Jutiflftd In retaiulni the bill In their
poaeion, and thin preventing net Ion br
the Senate, and thert'foi'O reported It back
tor ucb action a the Senultt might deem
Senator Imrall moved the renort be
printed and that It lie- on luc- table until
lo-niorrow. Agreed to.
The Hill (or the relict of
the German National Bunk, Louiavllle,
heiiator Hale reported tlie dedciency Ap
propriation bill; and the Senate proceeded
to coiinlder it.
Washixoton, March 3. 'J he Hon.,
after the trannuctlon of Nome mlhcellaiieoux
buKlnoN, proceeded to vote upon the res
olution In the Cook-CuttN Contented eluc
rlon case, which deelnre the coiileittant
elected to hU aeut. The resolution whs
adopted; yea-, li.i; nay ((I, and Cook ap
peared at tho bar of the Hoiine and look
the oath of oilii.e.
Mr. Calkin then culled up the South Car
olina contented election re, Lee vh. Ulch
ardnon. Mr. Kelly, with the tariff confix
ence rcporu in Inslmnd, rui.sud the ques
tion of cotiaiderutlon, and the House refux
ed to coiwidcr the election cae. Mr. Kelly
then itibmltted the conference report.
Meann. ilubbvll and llayue demanded
the reading of the report.
Before it wan read, however. Bitvne rain
ed a point of order Hfialuit it recep'iiun. lie
baaed its point ir,'(in iitilu 2.1, which pro
vide that there ntiall uecniiipaiiy every con
ference a detail Ntatcnient of ilia efftfet itt
the report. He understood there wu 'no
uch explicit ktatetnent accompauy thin
re port .
5lr. Kelly mulntuliifrl that the index of
chnnife w uifttclent.
The speaker utaiiied the point of or
der on tue ground that the lmlex was not
inch a statement an w reipiireJ by the
mles whereupon Mr. Kelly uain ent up
the Index, tin effect ) but it'ltatrlicd it to a
statement that the bill provided for an a'
grefat reduction of ?(!,( "j.
Mr. Ccrlmle raUed a point that thin vva
not a Mitttclelit staiciiicnt.
The Speaker overruled the point of
Mr. Kelly had the statement read fur the
Information of the Hou-e. con eetiiiz soine
tX'tioernriMenl errnrn In the tirinteil liill.
The Clerk then bein to read the report of
the Conference Committee.
The reading of tin; report include the i
reading of the whole bill, which, unle
tha demnnd i withdrawn, will not be i
eluded before p. m.
Lonkov. March S. A correspondent of
the Daily News lit Paris s;iy: "At the
Cabinet council Ferry, the Prime Minister,
declared that a I'ivisioii of the coii-iiniiinii
was Inouportune, e.peclelly us tin Senate
had shown a conciliator' disposition by ii
vote on the motion offered by General
Kobcrt with regard to the Orleans Prin
ces. He said he would oppose a revisimi
when it was moved. He would urgo thai
a revision could ouly usefully coine mi
when the Senate would not see In it a men
ace to its existence.
Paris, March 3. Henri Hochefort h
written to Victor Hugo, asking him to u.-e
bis influence with the Government in favor
of Byrne. The authorities are being urged
to admit Byrne to bail In a substantial sum.
It Is stated an agreement bus been leached
to prolong the powers of the Luropcun Com
niisaion on the Danube for twenty-one
HaVKK, March 3 John Walsh, the man
referred to by James Carey in bis tc-tlinony
In Dublin, and who wa arrested here
Thursday, uhiI Intended to Mart for New
WALSH WANT EH.
Havke, March 8. Tho British Govern
ment ha asked for the extradition of
Wil.L BE BKLE.VSKI).
Paris, March 3. Friend of Bryne ei
pect he will be released to-morrow,
London, March 3. The friends of
Frank Bvrne, for whose extradition the
French Government has been tc-ked, have
taken steps to secure numerous uiUdavlu of
members of parliament and others testify
ing they saw Byrne in Londou May 6, the
day of the Phoenix Park murders.
London, March 4. The friends of
Frank Bvrne, for whose extraditions the
French Government has been aaked, have
taken steps to vcure uuinerons atlldavlt of
member of Parliament and others testify,
lug they saw Bryne in London May , the
day of the Phru'ix Park murders.'
Berlin, March 3. The Cantonal Gov
ernment has complained to the F'aderal
Council of the action of Dr. Crsmor, Kni
fed States (iiaiire d' Affaire here, on hav
ing, contran to usage, demanded direct
from the Perfuet of Biienne. instead of
from the Federal Council, the punish
ment of a number of person w ho created a
disturbance in a Methodist church of which
Dr. Cramer is patron.
London, March 3. A letter from tha
Bishop of Bapoe, county Donegal, Is pub
lished,! In which he says the only chance
the destitute people have to maintain life is
through charity. He says the political gov
eminent is evident I v one or extermina
Berlin , March 3. The National Zeltung
afllrtiis tliat the Prince of Wales has ex
pressed strong disapproval with reference
to the mliitaiT degradation by France of
the Orleans Princes.
Defeating Her Enemies.
Lapaykttk, lNi., March 3. -Mrs,
Holen M. (iotigar's friends are much
? ratified by the course testimony In her
avor is taking lu the louxlul suit against
Chief of Pollco M indlcr. Mrs. Ur. Fltlcld
ha show that she was in the house of Mr.
Clara Jnekson, the plaintiff's mother, at
7:30 ifnd ;30 on the nlirht of Nov. ill, ami
that Mrs. Gougar wa-pi"tsent b:ith times.
The night on which dipt. Wallace was
said to nave been at Mrs. Gotignr's, wit
ness said she and Mrs. Sherrv were them
assisting to read proof for Mrs. Wnugar's
weekly, Our 11 irald. Mr. Gougar win
In Cincinnati, and ('apt. Wallace dlil imt
nurglnrjr In the Tex nil stl.rle.
HanoI-KY, Tx., March H. Mr. Fer
guson's store was broken open by two
burglars, who brought two truck' from
the railroad platform and carted awav the
safe. TlHvy then built n tire near the rail
road track, and by Its llurlit proceeded to
drill holes and blow open the safe with
powder. Then with u cold chisel they be
gan upon tho inner door, but were fright
ened awny by Dr. 1-iiaes, ho was relum
ing from A lato visit to a patient .
New Your, March 8. Slock opened
Irregular and a shade lower. Immediately
after tho opening a sharp ail vanco of H'.o
took place In Northern Paclllc, which sold
tip to 8XCd'4 lu common, but nlciiient
ly the market became dull and lieavv, and
at 11 o'clock Northern Paclllc. fell off IU,
common He and general list e. latter
Oregon and Transconllnental. Wheal S.'nfi
higher, fairly active Ann.
Atlanta, Ga., March fl. Gov. Stephens
Is considered In a dangerous condition. The
belief la general that tin will not recover
from bit proMnt Illness.
MORNINfl. MARCH 4 1883.
Several Men Killed and Others Injured
Mill and Elevator Burned.
i Albany, N. Y., March 3. At 2 o'clock
this morning the watchman atthoDunlap
elevator discovered a fresh tire In tit" sixth
tor'. By (he time It was extinguished
there, the iVotlea bad broken oul licrcely on
the fourth floor. Grov Bcnron. watchman,
and Louis J. Miller, clerk of the Fire De
partmcnt, rushed down the sulr through
the Humes and wore badlr burned. Fire
m&u Samuel Atkinson, .tolm Mmson and
James Glllclninl were literally forced down
an Iron hnlsting-chiiin, 'ouudde tho
building, a distance of a hundred feet.
About 40 leet from the ground the chain
was covered with Ice innrtbe two men slid
to the ground with great velocity. Thev
were more or less severely injured. A
strong north wind was Id'owliu' and tlv
whole department was called out , The lire
spread rapidly through the milt and ele
vator, completely enveloping the whole,
structure. About' 4 o'clock the upuer walls
fell outward, a part falling through Brld.M
Davis' provision store, adjoining on
Broadway, mirying several persons under
Ihe ruins, Fireman Wm. Cnrlen mid
Michael Shrrhan and Michael M' F.wen,
employes of Bridge .t Davis, were killed.
James' Cameron, a bookkeeper of the ssmie
Asm, was injured iuternaily, pro
bably fatal. James Kelly had
both kgi crushed. Fireman Ool'dthwalte
had 111 back Injured. The entire, mill and
elevator were dustroyed. The property be
longed to the estate of Robert Dunlap.
Lous on bulldiiv.n "(j,oo0. Insured for
$3-2,000. The mill and elevator were tx
occupied bv F'rank Chainberlin. l.os
about tlOO.OOU. Insured for 1 !'..''.
About loo.ts'sj bushels of grain were In the
elevator. The los of parties who had the
grain stored was about 40,HXl. Insurance
The Riot at Sulphnr Springt The Vulcan
St. Lovih. March 3. The telegram re
ceived by Chief Campbell yesterd.iv after
noon from Sulphur sprint' asking lli.u a
detail of police lie dispatched to that plae-t
for the purpose of preservim order wa
dictated by urgent necessity. The trouble
rose out of the uitempt on the part of the
management of (rrtiy's Iron Line at Sul
phur Springs to 'replace a number of
striking workmen by a new squad, which
had been secured at Potosi. Tho
strikers, who numbered a dozen brawny
and determined colored men, were In wait
ing yesterday morning for the new
men, and yvben the latter stepped from
the train headed by Ben Joplln, work
ingman who bud remained faithful to his
employers, the strikers began an attack on
them." Joplin managed to escape after re.
celvine a heavy blow from the tlt of Gor
don Williams, a striker. In the melee
which ensued a number of pistol shots
were fired and a regular battle with
sticks and stones was kept up for several
minutes. No one was shot, but several
men were severely bruised, among them
Williams and another colored mtn named
Bcnty. In order to prevent a recurrence
of the t rouble workmen from Potosi were
sent to Sulphur Springs to spend the night
and to amtist inquelllna another disturb
ance, should one arise. erythlng is
PRK.SIDEN r JOHN JARRKTT,
of the Amclgama;ed .Associctlon, ad
dressed a large meeting of
union men ct Gillick's Hall, CVr
ondelet yesterdav afternoon. The tneeti.ig
adjiitiriicd ct i o'clock. Ex-Police Officer,
S. A. Sherman, who Is now employed In
the crunching department of the Vulcan,
wa chased by a gam of strikers about an
hour afterwards. He managed to escape
without Inlury. Two of his assailants,
Mickey Molier and Jacob Schopp, were ar
rested and will be proscuted. to-day work
is golmr on at the mills as usual and 'no In
terruption will take plaoe, notwithstanding
the unruly element among the
A Bridal Patrty W Ithonl a nride.
Atlanta, Ga., March 3. An elope
ment from Hlnesville, Liberty County, was
the sensation vesterday. The brave Loch
invar was D. N. Cameron, of North Caro
lina, and the bride a churmlng voting ladv,
Lula II. Smith, of lilnesvllle. The parents
bad selected a their son-in-law Joseph
Morrison. Ther made arrangements for a
wedding. The trosscau was pur
chased, and a grand party was given at the
paternal mansion on Thursday ulght, when
her elojieinant was planned. After tha
party Cameron returned to the house, and
Miss Smith pitched her valise aud bandbox
from the window, jumped Into the arms of
iier lover, and the pair drove In a buggy to
Savannah, Last evening when Mr. Morri
son, the bridesmaids aud guests met ut Die
paternal residence the bride was missing.
About the same time she was united Tn
Savannah, and this afternnou left
with her North Carolina groom for Flor
ida. Don't I.Ike the Tnrllf.
PiTTSRi'miti, March 3. The Crucible
and Open Hearth Steel Manufacturers
were Interviewed this morning
in regard to the tariff bll as passed
bv the Senate. It Is a severe blow to their
interests, as well as that of the cotton tie
and wire rod manufacturer. Tho latter
claim If the bill becomes law they will bo
forced to quit business.
Hurled at l.aal.
CfllCA(i(, March 3. --.The press, the stage
aud a real astute dealer, yesterday, contri
buted the means wherewith to tuirv Grace
Emenon, the uhfqrtunute actrcss.ln Grace
land. There was no clergyman uor ser
vice, and no one went to the gruvo but the
undertaker, a reporter, two girls of tho
Uncle Tom's Cabin troup and their
mother. Tho dead woni.tn's baby I with
Dr. Duff. '
1'nulilo to Afrec.
New York, March 8. Tim Jurv In
tho cae of George J. Ulee, former Presi
dent of tne Ltlcu, Ithaca and Klmvra Hall
road Company, on trial for embezzlement,
were unable to at'l'ce to-dav, after being
locked up nil night and discharged, lilce
was allowed his liberty on giving ?.',. VMi
Fire I Mcl-boreon.
i.PiiKH80N, Kah., March 3. A fire
stiM-ted in tho northern part of this cliy to
night about II o'clock, burning (die cut I it
business block. A strong wind prevailed
from tho north and the lire was checked
only by tho street and the open block oiilhe
smith. The block burned was all irauu
" i .
Terrific Ntorm I'rdleied.
Ottawa. March 3. M'lgglns adheres to
tils prediction of a storm onthe iMIiand 1Mb
Inst,, and says: "it will be us great a
jloriH as ever' occurred upon tho earth, or
can possibly occur. 1 am positive tho tidal
wavo will occur In the BiiV of Bengal, on
the coast of Australia, and In the Gulf of
WAHiil.NivroN, March 8. Hccretarv
Chandler to-dav retvlved a cable ruessagA
from Minister Hunt, at St. Petersburg,
staling Knslgu Hunt and party, Inoludldg
Bartletl and the otber survivors of the
Jeanneitc, arrived it St. Petersburg this
morning, ail tn good health.
A man ramed Enyart shot sad fsUllr
wounded a negro named Tom Humphreys
In Hunuville, Mo., on Thursday. Enyart
ii under arrest.
In Union county. Ark., on Thursday,
William Wilson approached M trshal Par
nell'i residence to elope with his dauichter.
He ass discovered by Parnell and his soni
and shot dead.
Walter J. Houford, a young married mun
of Thompsonvllle, Conn., asked Belle
Young to marry him on Friday. She re
fused. He then attempted to shoot ber
and killed himself.
Gov, Cameron, of Virginia, staff and the
remainder of the. troops forming the oyster
expedition, arrived at Fortress Monroe on
Friday with live oystervesselsss urlzes and
forty men as prisoners.
Iu Salem, Ills, on Friday evening, tbe
Jurv in the case of David White, charged
with murder, brought In a verdict of mur
eer In the first degree and fixed White's
punishment at life Imprisonment.
Flro broke out on Friday night in tbe
accident ward of Bcllevue Hospital,
New York. The patients, numbering
thirty-two, were removed without
excitement and the flames extlrurulsh
ed. The Dunlap elevator, lu Albany, N. Y.,
took fire on Friday from friction of the
shafting. The principal damage waa bv
water. Thirteen thousand bushels of
grain, 800 barrels of llonr, and eighty tons
of meal and feed were destroyed. Insur
ance, $11, OtK).
Stephen P. Mirzan, a wriloron finance
of world-wido renown, who killed a man
named Dahnn, in Alexandria, Kgypt, on
.Tit I v 17, 1K!, and who was sentencjol to be
banned by the United Suites minister at
Alexandria, bdt whose sentence was com
muted bvi:. B. Havsto imprisonment for
life In the A'hauv,. X. Y.. penitentiary,
arrived from Turkey In the man-of-war
Nipsle, on Thursday, and was taken to Al
bany on Friday. He will apply for a new
Died at Ihe Feet of bid Betrothed,
Little Hock . Ark., Match 3. A fatal
shootlnir affray took place Thursday even
Intr about six miles from the town of El
Dorado, Union County, particular of
which readied here to-nlirht. Marshal
Parnell is one of the oldest citizens
of South Arkansas, and a man, ac
cording to report, that it behooves people
not to triflt with. Bosides two full-grown
sons, he ha a lovely daughter, Amelia bv
name. The son are Mueison and James.
In the s.tnie neighborhood until yesterday
there resided a young man named Wm.
Wilson, poor but honest, who loved the
fuir Amelia. He had sought by every
menns ut his command to gain the consent
of the father to woo the duughter.but all In
vain, so the courtship waa carried on clan
destinely, They met, at El Dorado fre
quently, until at last the father ordered the
two to know each other no more. This
command, however, only scrvod to In
crease their love for each other, and they,
at their next meeting, planned an elope
ment. The plan miscarried. th girl
beins discovered by one of her brothers
while leaving her room. She hastily de
scended, hut riot Into the arms of her
lover, she screamed for Wilson, who
rushed to her assistance. He met death,
being shot down at ber feet, The poor girl
has Inst her reason, and now, according to
report, is a ravlnt' maniac. Parnell and
the two boys were Immediately arrested.
The Coroner's Jury hold them guilty of
the murder, and the examination! In pro
gress. II envy I.entlier I'allure.
New York, March 8. Humphrey A
Co., dealers in hides and leather, have
assigned, w ith liabilities between rH'KJ.UUO
and jjTCM.OoO. The house was founded in
Albany over seventy-tivfi years ago bv a
CATTLE Strong and active; eixpoita
$1 wri !.: good to choice shipping $,i 40rd
(i 7.K eomm'iti to fair Si Jf4 tgi; butchers
$2 IW I 7ft; Mockers M J.VS4 M.
IlOGS-I.lzht W 40rr7 10: mixed pack
ing V t'J u0 90; heavy packing and shipping
CATTLE - Export steers $5 75'a; fair to
heavy native steers $4 80Cr- ("; common to
medium native steers $4 2.VS4(iO; Colorado
steers $43 25: fair to good feeders H 10f9
4 50; common to choice native cow and
heifers $3 40fa4 00; southwest steer $3 7(if3
6; scalawags 2 50(33.
HOGS-Uecelpts 2.243 head; shipped 4.
427. Strong; small supply all sold mainly
to shipjiers. Light to good Yorkers !W8.Va
7; mixed to good packing W9(Vd713;
butchers to extra $707 83; skip snd culls
$q "Sra'ti 23.
CATTLE Market active and 13 to 20c.
ohcaper then Thursday for choice ship
pers; nil other grades heevy and unchang
ed. HOGS Market active and a shade high
er; choice 7re7 83; good $U 80ft7; Hght
$6 tjo'ntl SO.
WHK AT Closed at 112 March,
II i:lMr April, $1 10 May, $11,W June,
(.'i)lS-;.4, March, M'i April,
Mav. ."n'.W't June, 3St' .lulv.
ciATs-UV March, U April, 43
I'VE Higher at 30 'TfftiO.
Will: AT closed at fl 0HH March, fl 00 W
April, fl IK" M.iv.ifi UH June.
C( MI.N-fi7 V March, V April, 62Vf3
C2'. M.iv, (13 June, 03 . July.
OATS US' March, 42' V April, 44 V
UYE-Weak at 71 May.
Wlir..VTOpencd rK higher; fairly
active trade on speculative account; No.Vi
red March 122 ' a 22 Si ; April $ 1 33 S,f
1 21 -. Mav .1 23 S I 2-V ; June ifl 201 2(1
Hi No. 1 white .fl7.
COUN if5M higher; do futures 71 ra
OATS ".(WW better; Slate 3237;
Western at fx)r3(l.
Con ii try I'rotl.ice.
BUTTER Creamery at nift.'tt for sec
onds, to JUiOt.'W for fancy selections In small
whv. Dalrv at Wa'-ti for choice (fancv
SBli'ctlons In a small wav a shade more);
medium (over salted streaked or m xed)
2(V(r2(i; common to medium 12f?;'0.
Northern Hull unchanged choice at Wf
22. off gi ailcs range at 17'd20. Near-by
make dull; choice 15'17, low grade
'"EGGS Steady at 13c; bbls and bxs le
POUI.THY DHKSSED Turkeys cm
tlniie In light supply and quick sale at KM
lHo"itllb. Chickens in belter demand and
stenilvat .WftdfrtH fur small ami rough,
jl 'i'lriS iV) for fuir to good,;i7to4 for
choice and $4 23 for fancy. Ducks fair sale
at.rHW3, ton rale for large fat. Oeese
slow at for small to medium sized
$3 3owtlfor clinic. LIVE In good de
mand and firm. Chickens 1 304 for
mall mid mixed, and 1(4 23 30 to $4 73
for choice and fancy largo ; Turkey fi2fa
13, Geee $10; and Duck $4fa3.
BEEF Quit and steady; new moss I'll 13
l j 'iO; new extra do $1213.
Weather In England flne. Spot wheat
dull ; No. 3 spring 0d; Westera wlnlei
trs 8d. Mixed Westesncorn dull and raslei
tdatfd. Demand from United Kingdom
nd lXuainent duU lor WM
That's a commOri expres
sion and has a world of
meaning. How 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 thecause, don't
neglect it. Something is
wrong and needs prompt
attention. No medicine hai
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.
l.ogansport, InJ. Per., i, 18 8a.
For a long time I hav been a
utlertr from stomach and kidney
disease. My appetite was very poor
and the very mull amount I uij eat
disagreed with me. 1 wa annoyed
very much from non-retention of
urine. I tried many remedies with
no success, until I used Brown's
Iron Bitters. Since I used Out my
stomach does nut bother me any.
My appetite is simply immense. My
kidney trouble is no more, and my
f;eneral health it such, that I feel
ike a new man. After the use of
Brown's Iron Bitten for one montA,
1 have gained twenty pound In
weight. O. U. SAMbUNT.
Leading physicians and
clergymen use and recom
mend Brown's Ikon Bit
ters. It has cured others
suffering a3 you are, and it
will cure you.
A roxiUVK CL'Kri
Catarrh and Hay
Aarvahle to Us".
cm. 11 in Til is nx.vu.
IIi'Hilai ll' & lieal'iiess
er nti y k.nU of mucus
lufliiuie.l and rough
urlace. A prepara
tion of undoubted
merit. Applv by the
iitllo fl igrr into the
nostril. It will ha
k-TLir-MSfmii n -
f4 AY" FEVER clesnrlnit the nasal
1 1 nassairos of catarrhal
vlril, causiug hualtlty 'cretius. It allays In
flammation, p-otrrts thu nieiii'irun il llnlnm of the
bead fro iu adilitiunul colili, cotupletuly beala the
sores and reatore tlie vnse nf taste and atnell.
Beneficial results are re nil Mil by a lew applica
tion. A THOHOl'GI! TKKATMENT WILL C'rilEI
Cream llalin has ualuud an unviable reputation
wherever known ; dlsplscl n alt other freparatlons.
Send for circular contilclui full li tu.uir.iion n.l
reliable tcsttmoulnts. fly null, prepaid. 50 cent
apacksge stamps rocolvcd. Sold by all whole
sale snrt retail drufrir(t(.
ELY'SCUtK Ail I)ALMCO..Ower;o, . Y.
Wlo want glossy, luxuriant
and wary tresses of abundant,
beautiful Hair must use
LYON S KAT1IAIK0X. This
eleeant. cheap article always
nialies tho Hair prow freely
and fast, keeps it from fulling
ont, arrests and enros ?ray
ness, removes daudrufl' nuil
itching makes the Hair
strong girinfj it a curling
tendency and keeping it iii
any desired position. Ileau
tif'ul, healthy liair is the sure
result of using iuiUiarrtfu.
Stato 4 Monroe Sis., Chicago.
BAND CATALUCUE '
for h(v '.o vut-i W k "ifr't in
l-omntini. 'mwu (st'-I.AjHiri,
HtantUk Prum Mior1! MtK. ni
Hsiu, Rtind'v H'li'l Otiitiu, Kirwtrlnf
jM-tif-rtttt. Nlsolnriii'iin Initftit itnti tl Ki
Shop on lla'llday Avoune, hetweun rfnurlb and
Sixth btrveta, Cairo. Illinois.
T-A1I kind tit Hitht and beavjr Maokitnltblnif,
tvaKon and carriage workdous lathe lourtweik.
manlike manner. Hon- noting a apeualty Mi'