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Impurity of ths
Mood, Fever and
ami all Diseases ,
caused 1jr De
rsngnmant of Liver, lkiwel and Kidney.
TMTTOMS OF .1 IMSF.W.n LITER.
Had Breath; I'jiu Iii tli hiile, toinMimci th
ruin it ftll under the Shoulder-blade, mittakrn for
Kheumatutn ; fcneral loaa of appetite; Bowel
Scnerally cottive, snmetimea alternating with Ui;
it head It troubled with pain, dull and heavy,
with considerable lots of memory, accompanied
with a painful tcnatinnnflravin undone loiiieihinK
which ought to have been dune; a il'Rlit, dry cough
and flushed faca is sometimes an attendant, often
tntttaken for coniiinituion; the patient complain
of wearincM and debility; neivuu., CAkl'.y lurtled;
leet cold or burning, sometimes a prirkly tenulioa
of the akin aaitti; pln are low and actpondaot,
and, although aamfird that exen.iie would be ben,
fil ial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it in fact, ditlrtuta every remeoy. Several
of the above symptom, attend tlie div-a-e, but use
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet
exaniinatioa after death hat iIiokd the I.lvrr to
have been catcuaively dcratigcd-
It ahoulil be uaod by nil prranne, old and
young, hnvr any of Hi alicva
aj uiptuuia par.
Parsons Traveling or Living Id L'n .
hxalthy LoraUIUp,Xy taking a d-ne c uioa
ally to keep die l iver in ne.ililiy action, will avoid
alt Malaria, Mllittie atlarka, InruicM. Nau
sea, Irrowtinett, Ueprrtmon of bpint,, etc. It
will invigorate like a glut of ine, but la no In.
If You have eaten anything hard ol
digestion, or feel heavy after mealk, or slerp
leaa at nif hi, take a duee and you iU or relieved
Time and Dot-tor' Itllla will be aaved
by always keeping the Regulator
In thn limine I
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
aafe purgative, alterative and tontn can
never be out of place. The remedy it harmless
and doe Dot Interfere with bualneee or
IT M PrRF.tV VKfiFTAW.K,
And liat all the power and elhuiy of I'alnmel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious afier eftcat.
A fJovrruor'a Teatlmony.
Simmont Liver Regulator liai ln in u in iny
family fur im lime, and I am imiliu it it a
valuable addition to the mednal v iriv e.
J OiLL bfi'StrK, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander If. Metiliena, of ia.,
ay: Have oeriinl vn, beiwhi ir.rn the ute ol
Simmon. IJver Ktg'Jjiur, and ih to give it a
"The only Thine; (lint nrrrr fulla to
Relieve." I hive ued nuiy mnnlirt tor !"
prpaia, l.ivrr Affection am! 1'd.ility, t.ut never
have tund anything to benefit me to the litem
Simmon l-icr KKulaior hat I tent from Mm
aetota to Georgia for it, and .:id vend further for
tuch a medicine, and would id vim- h mho are lim
rlarly affected to eive it a trii.l at it teenu the only
thing that never IWt to rchcte
P. M. jANKrv, Minneapolu, Minn
Dr. T. tV. Maton aayei From actual (
perienc in the ine of Simmon. I iver krgulator in
aiy practice I have been and am vatnhtd tv ute
aad prttcribe it at a purgative rucd'ctne.
frajTTake only the Genuine, iwl alwayr
haa on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and rnature of J. If. ZKIMN & CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL nKI.'GOISTS
EiUJK H. LKCII. l. !).
Phvt-ioiaix and BurcMn,
H pec ia! ttuttoo paid loth Horrjoon'hlc treat
M'-nt of iurilcat dlaei, and diean ol oniri
CXtca: OS Kill ttrort, oppoalta (be T'l't )rrl"e,
'. airo. III.
J)K. J. E. STRONG,
128 Coiniiiproial ivr., Calm, III.
VAl'OR, KLK'JTHOYArOH asn MSUtC KVKV
almlu atirpd dally.
A lady la aiteudeuee.
jR W. 0. JOCFLYN,
OPFIL'I Kifbth Street, nnar Comr e-n' Avt.g
JR. E W. vniTTLOCK.
Orrtoi No. 1M Commen'ial Iwnnt, Mvti
ftlllK CITY NATIONAL 11 A NK.
71 OHIO LIVEK.
CAPITAL, J 10 0.000
, A General Bankinir busiiH-hs
THOH, W. lfAI,Ml)A .
pNTBRPKISK SAVING HANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS HANK.
THOS. W. IIAI.IaU')AV
NEW YORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Slock
IN THK OITY.
O. O. PAT1KK te OO..
Oor, Nineteenth itreot I nu .,n 1 1 1
Commercial A.fenttM'f . tHIIU i
a o a.
11 BtovoH 1)
N . N
S i An ware. IB
BUSINESS IN WALL STREET.
No Desire on the Part of the
Public to Buy,
Effect! of the Tariff Bill-American
Stocks and Bonds in For
Nitw York, March 5. Thtre In no nmr
a' i ,n Willi tin-ttt and do lmlillc to inula; It.
'1 Iji' IihiIo au'lHliicil exrlu.lvely ly r-ff-lonl
npitiiliitoiH. Thi-y K tor each
ethrr oni-B or twit a wr ek aiid croate fliif
tuailotiit of two Miid thri'e vr rent, which
air! lout the niomptit thu market 1 left to Ha
nattnnl cuwhe. Th nillroaiU are ald to
lm dulii a lar'e liutliien prraent, and
the prutjif ft "f an Improve m.-nt In tho
poritlon of our grain and .jrovlitlon li
very fair. I5nt on the oth-r liand we have
flood', fiillui'M In all bnun hi of trade, ah.
"lull- want of conlidenif In tlie niMimife
menl of jrreat corporailoiis, nine month'
political tinrcrtalnty h to the attitude of
Coiiirn-aa, constant Jltlni,' of inlllloim und
million of new itock and Uonda, and a
sonatnnt decrease of people n lio are willing
oraMe to risk tholr avlnz-ln VHlltreet In-ve-tuiciit.
1'he mongrel tariff hill ncd
en vtirday can dogood ( nolmdy. II kIiii
I'ly if if a a chanoe to Importing iiier'h: nt
to order their Miinmnr and full atippliea
wlili'iuf the rink of hein ruined between
now and December next, Ai the Import i
have funie altuoi-t to a ctninlMlll becaiikn of
the dread of new tariff IcvMitllon,
uuinl he tent out now, ami from 7.',"U0,
(too to li,t0,XrO Will he taken out of the
country, reducing the character of Impor
tation of gold on which the Wall atreet
bull ha'e ao confidently 'peculated. Men
eiiai.' il In legitimate como'civlid and man
ufui tuiinc liUHnreii who ln.i.vltt tome iock
in ihc period of inflation mid paid for them
out f the mirplua profit are now ellirij
the r holdln partly beimi-c there are no,
mure 'urpliiH proBta to I..- hixl. and partly
becniiw the V all ktrect inteMmenU show
Mat !'"-c. 'I'bc forelm i. who two or
three year ;o were lnniiiL' AinericHti
ato k and bond, are now ellti(( them a
! hi. lhey can. The foreign biiyjni;
order o loiidlv talked about In the nt'reet
are fniiida. They coiii mainly of the
puri li:ier, of German and Hhrvy arhi
ii .i ni who ca p fractional profit In the
l.on inn and New York mar
ket, a- the caac may be, upon the culcti-
U'u f the dtfltieuce in lime and price
b.'twecti Ihe two great centera. Here are
to iit of many proof of the dlatruM, with
w "licit American aectiritie. are lewed
abiu.il. lr. JennluK. thotiehaaid to
have ordera to write bubllNh, cannot help
avowuijr that "the Atlantic and (ileal W'eit
ertt lease to the Erie Company ii the cub
Ject nf a fierce newapaper w:ir. When the
atiiioiiii'cinent wa made all the bonds went
down In price, the dlntrn-l of Erie'a (nur
antei belnj; profound in biidncia circle. "
TbA retiew of the iuvehtui.'iit market In
lnt Saturday Bradstreel ' aava: "The
hotiRci here estimate that there are now left
In the banda of foreign Inie.tor only almut
10 per cent of the amount of Anierlcau
curitiea held abroad two vear. Dona thla
look Ilka foreljrn lni)1ti(tJ Th veiUtir
PtMt 1v1m. biiatneiia rueti to haaurea aotiml
baala for their traniaciioitH by aMputatlng
that future contradi ahil he vM In (fold.
If the colnase of the Cl'J'i ermna ailver dol
lat to -a on no one can telf w here we shall
land, and thla begin to bo under rood at
home a well a abroad.
On the Appropriation aod Tariff
Sr.xf York. March ft. Tht Time m:
"A to the general cmduct of Connie's tn
the matter of appropriations th net rcKtili
la a- pood a could have been expected, for
there ha not been a thorough reform, but
thera has been no contpicuuii error like
that of ian Rummer.
The Sunday: "We observe with tat
WucHou that the Bun did not labor In vain
lant atimmer with the river and harbor
C'onpeaamen from the State around thla
astablir-hment. At the laat es!on there
wai not lees than aixteen rei)rehentativea
from New York, Sew Jersey nod Connecti
cut who gave the teal their vote. This
year the recor4 ahow only four river and
harbor vote from ttie three Stated. Joeph
itaaon, of Connecticut, and Secor Robe
on, Mllo Itos and John II. Brew r, of
The Tribune ay of the tariff bill:
"Wltoout doubt. It merit, on the whole,
pralae. It la the mint desirable revlbion
(u repcet of Impltlicatlon and avoidance of
ambiguities, ana It secures lurge reduc
tion of revenue.
Indiana Couple Elope In a freight
Chicago, March 6. A homely romance
wax aired in the Armory Police Conn when
Auron Iluzcii und Ollic I.uce were brought
before Justice Wnltoii. ollic Is e rather fino
appcuritiK count n' jjlrl and Aaron I a
young barber, the couple were found
accreted In a freight car of thn Michigan
Centrul, which waa p.irtly tilled with
merchandise and had tt got tn from the
East. Wbcn first brought totheitutlon
the couple cluiincd to be
husband and wife, but finally ac
knowledged that they had run away from
Houth Bend, Indiana, and were Intending
to be married. Ollle. who gives her ige as
olirhteen years, saysshe mot and foil In love
with the tonsorlal artist at a hotel In fiouth
Heud, w here they both worked. Her pur
ents refused their consent to her uinrnugo
with Hazcn, so they eloped, going first to
Elkhart and then to Nile C'ltv. llazen'a
money gave out and that was why, in pur
suing their travels, they found It nocessarv
to stowlhomaelvea awav In a frnlghl citf.
Orlglimlly tey did not Intend coming ita far
as Chicago, but foil nsleep In tho car
and missed connection. A letter
was bent to CMIUs'i parents, who
live about four mile from .South Bond,
and hor father, who Is said to he an humble
Methodist divine, will probably come to
Chicago. ' . "
Tw Wcnaen la love with On Mtau.
Sr. liOTJia, March 6. Mattte Walker got
into trouble with a colored sister, Amanda
McAfee. Both had lavished their affec
tions upon one nun, and neither being
willing to givo htm U) f,. to fighting.
Mettle Walker stabbed hor adversarr In
thn breast with a pocket-knife, breaking
the blade In the flesh. The police are got
tins evidence and a warrant will ha Issued
agaliutMattleonachnrge ofyisaault with in.
tent to kill. Toe wounded woman has been
around the etreets with the knife blade, lit
her breast and the wound ha become seri
ous from neglect.
iNDUNaPOMi, March ft. The residence'
ofL. J. I0ook, a traveller, during bis
ahacence from home, was entered by bur
glars last erenlng and $400 worth of JewWry
and silverware itolea.
JIUIRO, ILLINOIS TUESDAY
GEORGIA IN MOURNING.
Atlanta, Oa., March ft. Hon. Jit.
Doynton, president of tho Stiiie cuutc -ts
sworn in o liovornor, lie ordereil mi elec
tion to fill the vacancy caused bv Mophen's
death the 2tth of April. The Democratic
executive committee of thn Mate Im been
callod to meet next Thursday In Atlanta,
to consltbT what action should be taken
The remains of Stephen were curried to
the capltol at three o'clock to-day to lay
In state. In the hull of the House of Ib pre
sentatlves until Thni'silitv next, when they
will be Interred In Oitkliind ('enielciy. Nino
of the committee of the Legislature are
acting pdih the Clilzena' committee. The
Indicui-itia are the funeral will be thn
largest ever seen In Georgia. The fin
Is heavily draped ind the tint's are at hull
THE DESTRUCTIVE ELEMENTS.
Water and Ice laying Waste Valuable
The lee Kill! rinn.
ST. Pa'."1., Mari'h 5. -pedal dispatch
from pointa tut tin MNisippi river any
that there urt no indications of the ice
weakening. The Toiijnio r!or at Mile
City btoku up Thtiraduv. There are tlve
jee't ol water uii the Ice III the Yellowstone
at Glendive, and tho Ice on the Missouri Is
solid as far as Denton, where Ihe weather
la reported warm. Should the ice bri nk
up at the points named on tho I'pper Mis
souri and Yellowstone, the Hood would not
reach bliinarck for two weeks. A Mandau
dispatch mvs the Yellowstone broke ai
Dickson's B'luff . which Is the latest report
received from above the Missouri. At
Maudan despite tho present iniblnoi. of
the weather, the Ice Is firm as a rock and
will not break for some time. Maiidanite
do not anticipate the least trouble from a
flood. A Fort Uufurd dispatch sas Vie
lee Is rising up the l'oplar river, and the
snow melting rapidly. An early breaking
up is expected.
KVANI.V1I.I.E, ISD., March ft. People
who came up the river .Ninday on the
ducket report the river fulling ve'rv fust at
Miawnoetown. It fell two feet .Sinid iy
nlgnt. isome streets are clear of water.
People are beginning to appear on them.
The impression is that much more help
will have to be given the sufferers than has
been. The condition of the people in
the Courthouse Is described as terrible. If
not soon removed It Is feared that pesti
lence will break out. .Several are sick
with diseases that may prove Infection-.
The Committee of the Legislature of Illi
nois had only authority to report but not
to relieve. The action' of the Legislature
Is severely commented on.
Moving Ice lo tbe nissoiirl litter.
NuniiAniu Citv, Neb., March .".
The Ice In the Missouri river at this point
ran out Ui-dav, doing considerable dam
age. Tho large ferry steamer Lizzie
Campbell, owned by the Nebraska City
Trailer Company, was caught by this
moving monster and riddled from stem to
stern and shoved completely ashore, she
was valued at .tl.OH) and is' a total wreck,
insured for tlsj In the Merchant' Fire
and Marlue Insurance Companv, of Cin
cinnati. The Company will place a new
boat in the trade soon 'as possible. The
Ruilington and Missouri Railroad and
. United SU'e Oovenuneut boa's escaped
with llttrt, If any damage. -
The Lower .MIallpL
Mfmpiii, March 5. The river bore
marks thirty feet on the gauge, a rise of
one Inch since yesterday. At Helena, Ark.,
a rise of e;ht Inches Is reported. This is
from the backwater of the Mississippi,
which has found It w ay Into the .St. Fran
cis, which again empties Itself Into the
Mississippi Just below Helena. The St.
Francis rose eight feet lust Thursday at
Wattslnirg. and the whole bottom Is inun
dated In that region.
ret Damage bj tbe Hik Holer.
South Hknc, Ind., March 5. The dam
ero-s the St. Joseph Klver, at
Mishawakt, was tarried away by the high
water. The daiung.- will reach a
good nmnv thousand dollars, and a score
or more of mills will he Idle several
mouths. Three hundred workmen ere
Aid lor Sihnwneetown.
Alton, III., March ft. The citiens of
Alton have raised nearly $.100 by voluntary
contributions and forwarded it to Shawnee
town to aid the sufferers. Tho Bishop of
Alton ha ordered contribution of this
diocese for the relief of the flood
stiff ereri. '
ecretnry FoJger'e llenlt h.-Poatal
Washington, March ft. Secretary
Folger has almost recovered from his re
caut Illness He was at the Tr-jnaury Dw
Bailment to-day and revived a largo num
her of visitor. i
Second Assistant Postmaster General
Elmer, Superintendent Thompson, of
Rullway Mail Service, und Superintend
ent Slater, of tlie Railway Adjustment Di
vision, have buen designated tt committee
to frame and submit to the Postmaster
General a system for aiming tbe mall on
I rellroad route In accordance with the
provisions of the Post ollle.e appropriation
bill for the the next hV.nl yea r.
111 ley and Ihe At. loiil lot rh.
Washington, March 5. It h sab. here
;thnt Fillcy hasitt last been promised tlie St.
Louis Postmastcrihlphy Preslilciie Arihtir,
and that his appoint incut will be made pub
lic before tbe end of thu week. No Kood
authority for the rumor Is known to ex-lM,
though ft Is claimed by Flllcv's frieiiiMhnt
tho President's neglect In falling to ntnka
Ihe appointment before Ihe adlotirniueiii of
Congress Indicated his Intention uot to re
appoint Hny. fjg
Tas lietliirf Ion.
Washington, March 8. The tobacco
lax Is reduced one-half. Hie tuxes on hank
capital, deposits and checks, mutches, etc..
are abolished and there is a general, i lion - Ii
not large, reduction of import iluib's.
Juilgo Kclley estimates the total reduction
nf revenue at lft, 0S), 000 to J7'.0"Hi.issi. nf
which il'i,000, 000 to $40,000, lino will (mum
out nf the Internal revenue luxes,
A Fraud. -
Washington. I), c March ft. -It. F.
Prltchurd, of this citv, has been placed up
on thn postal fraud list. Tin) Inspector's
report, shows he advertised l)inielf as u
pension und patent nttornec, when.
In fact. he had been ' debarred
from practice before all tho execuihc de
partments, Hen Illll'a Son Hopele dj III.
Atlanta, Ga., March ft. -Hen Ilill.Jr.,
son of tho lute Senator, Is III with paraly
sis of the vocal chord mid tho doctors say
he cannot recover. He uses a writing pad
to coininutilcato Wth others us his father
did lasj summer.
' lo. orler'a Vnto.
iNPlASArnt.is, I n o . . March 5. ov.
Torter slut In his veto to the metropolitan
police bill this morning to the Legislature,
and It was passed over his veto. Tln.re Is
M probability of an. extra session being
Wahhiniitgn. March B. The Isrwof
standard sliver dollara for tbe wack endad
March 8 wna JlW.AftO. The Issue for the
corresponding period Urt;egwae ;87,407,
MORNINtt, MARCH 6,
Political Agitation in the Old
The Proposal to Suppress Bias
phemous Literature in England.
London, March 5. The amount of bul
lion withdrawn from the Bank of Kngland
on balance to-day was 100,000.
a yi'KBit ntoi'oaAi..
London, March ft The Society for tlm
Suppression of Itlnsphemou Literature
propone to get up esses against Professors
Huxley anil Tyndnll, Herbert Spencer, thn
publishers of John ritimrt Mill's works,
John Motley and others, who by their writ
ings have sown wide-spread unbelief and lit
tome cases rank atheism. .
LrtM'ON, March ft. Calcutta advices
'Jt ih.it the niost Intense excitement con
tinues to bo f.-lt amone Europeans beiaus'i
of tbe propped law trlvlng nittlve magis
trates eriiiiliial Jurisdiction over whites in
certain cmo. The Times correspondent
ays it ie certain that If the obnoxious mea
ine Is passed ninety per cent of the whlto
volunteers in Bengal will resign as a protest
ugulnst It. At a great meeting held in Cal
cutta even violence towards native magis
trate was threatened.
PaHIS, March ft. The Pay says: Two
Irlh members of Parliament have mailt:
ailidavits tbev saw Hrvne in Loudon, May
last, ths date of the Pbo-utx Park mur
der. A MKETING.
Paris. March 6. A meeting will be held
In tiie Faubourg St. Antolne Wednesday to
protest aval nst the arrest of Frank Jtyrne
and John Walsh at the request of the Brit
Brki.i.n, March 6. A military otllcer has
committed suicide in the Thiergarten here.
Monetary ditllcultles led to tlie act. Such
events occur now almost dally.
The Gerinati Government Is treating for
purchase of the unenualed library of tbe
Spanish Duke Osnuua.
KOI M AM A.
BUCHAKRST, March 5. A proposal has
been Introduced Into ' the Chamber of liepit
tles by forty-two member providing for
the expenditure of lft. ftoo.ouo lire for erect,
lug forts made necessary bv the political
situation. I'rgM.iey was voted for the un a--ure.
Algiehs, March 5. An expedition of
great proportions Is being organized to
crush the rebels in the aoiUhern part of
Hanged and Bnrned lo Death.
Peoria, III., March 5. A meeting of
three hundred citizens of Glasford, in this
county, was held Sunday night, at which
the recent aciiiiittal of the two Nobles, de
fendants In the suit for the murder of Jon
athan Wolgumott, was severely condemnod
as was the cnudtict of John Comstock, of
tht city, and a resolution was a'so passed
that hereafter the citizen of that vicinity
would attend to the business of punishing
murders committed In thctr midst. A res-
1 ol'iUon was also p'msed, which was carried
t- -wii S.'tef the meetitK;, ibat tbe body of
CorujtocK be burned in emlgy and that
the two Nobles be hanged In efllgy. The
feeling against the Nobles, father and ton,
Is ve ry bitter, and the condemnation of the
verdict of tbe Jury is almost universal. The
wse of Herolu, who was brought back
from Canada, comos up to-day, and ensa
tlonal dovelopments are expected.
Supposed Borled Treauinre.
Bedford, Ind., March 6. During tbe
reat gold excitement in 1849 and 1860 An
rew J. Bagwell, a bachelor of this county,
went to California, where, by hard work in
the mines, be acumulated about d,000 and
In 18M returned home. Some months
since he died and was dead three days be
fore his death was discovered. The heirs
of his estate are uow busily engaged In
digging and searching all over the farm for
tlie many thousands of dollars that were
hidden bv him during the latter vear of
his life. 'Iris thought that at least $8,000
or $10,000 are secreted on the premise.
A Misting- Man.
COfNcn. Bluffs, la., March 5. About
three weeks ago W, J. Shoup, a resident
and prominent merchant of Idaho Terrl
torv, left home and took a Pull man cur at
Ogdert to go to Dubui)ue, lown, to meet
his wife, who had been stopping there
among relatives all winter. Ills brother
from Danbury, Iowa, reached to-day In
search of him, but up to this time has' ob
tained no due to the missing man.
Confessed the Jfnrder.
Ei.'itN. III., March 6. 1'unton. who
brutally murdered his tenant George Smith,
was arreted by Deputy Schoonhaven, at.
his brother' residence In South Klgin. He
does not deny tho crime, but refuses to dis
close the motive prompting the horrible
deed. The coroner's Jury recommended
that he be held without ball.
A Biff lr.
Rkd Wing, Minn.. March 6.-The
Deadwood and Bluff Mills, together with
two warehouses, all belonging to the Bed
Wing Mill Company, burned. Total loss
estimated at J:!00,o00. Insurance about
$10, 000, Kasteni and English companies
principally. The origin of the firm Is un
known. Awards to Mall Moiia;er.
Washington, March ft. Awards for the
mall messenger service have been iniide by
the second assistant postmaster-general it's
follows: Chicago, Charlee Walsh, fclft,.
M!; St. Louis, K, G. Woodllef. $ltl,inW:
Detroit, R. G. Woodllef, ft, 108; Kansas
City, II. C. Slavens, fcVSftO.
Hanged In l.tfliry.
Aver Junction, Mass.. March ft.
congressman w . a. itussell had nn evl.
dence of his constituents, rtlsapprnval ves.
tcrday morning. They hanged him in'ettl
gy hern because ho disappointed
them In giving tha postoftlcc to li. Dana
The ludlaua Ilench.
Tf.rrr Hai'TK. March 5. Gov, Porter
appointed tho Hon. 1H D. Scott to the
bench of the Circuit Court, a vaouncy exist
ing by reason of the Legislature creating
this comity Into ft judicial circuit of itself.
The ftppolntmetit gives satisfaction.
Pilot Boat Nnk. -
New Yore, March 6. Pilot Rout No,
12 wus run Into and sunk this niornlnS bv
jhe summer Commonwealth, Pilot Camp
bell of tho former, wa drowned i ,
Rociikstf.r, 1xi., March ft. Louis
Vourls wa found guilty of manslaughter
and sentenced to sixteen year' Imprison
ment at Michigan City. '
Tb New British MInMer. '
New York, 'Mnrcli ft. -The Hon. L. S-.
Ssokvllle West, the British mlulstnr to the.
U. J. . ha arrived hi thl olty from Ottawa,
Canftda. " '
liver Dollar 0rg.
Havana, March ft. Mexican silver dol
Iftrs are so pleutif ul hurt tbst tbry have de
pmtated to Mr per seat.
ESCAPED FROM THE WORK
HOUSE. Savage Supposed to be Heading for Omaha
to Prevent a Wedding.
Sr. Louis, March 6. The seouel to a
msrried-to-a-buiglur fomanee which was
expected to develop lu a short time by the
marriage of Wm. lavage' ex-wife,
nee Manning, to an East
ern gentleman tn Omaha, may
take a different form a Win. Savage mads
hi escape from the St. Louis Work-house
on Saturday last, ami Is believed to be head
ing for Omaha. HI escape was affected
during the morning, while the ottloers aud
guards were detailing tha men to their re
spective labors. ttarage, while
working out a sen
tence In tho Jefferson City Penitentiary had
beooins an expert tailor, and his ork ws
therefore confined to rho sewing room. The
foreman of Use guard, at the time In ques
tion, was escorting Savsge serosa the
yard to the rear of the prison to the
lower hall-way. Just as
they reached It a dlslurbcnce was reported
among tha 170 quarry worker then being
maxchatl out of tbeaoliire, and Waving
bavngit In the haliwir, .ate for a moment,
as he thought, tha lot eman ran to tbe seen
of disturtunce. Finding ever) thing in good
order again, be quickly returnod, nut Ssv
sge, always on the alert for such an oppor
tunity, bad made tbe most of it and wa no
where to be seen.
Rushing up the lower hall stairway, .Sav
age, had made the circuit of the upper bal
uonv, and while the guard, who wiut regu
larly stationed In front, dashed buck to
the rear In search for blm, the prisoner
lumped to the ground, leled a ladder near
by, and In a moment wai over the high
board fence and o;f .
T. M . Brandt m Victim l H hlakev.
Mexho. Mo., March 6. C.W. Brandt,
s lawyer of WiilUvllle, Mo., dropped dead
in the street here this morning ato:. He
wa shout forty Ce years of ago. He had
been under the Influence of liquor for sev
eral day past. The coroner's jury re
turned s verdict of "iniuta alcoholism."
A Blow on Ihe Head.
Cltmk Hapiks. , March 8. Jame
Lovett, s saloonkeeper, of Fairfax, died
from the effects of a blow on the head with
the bntt of a revolver, by Martin O'Con
tier durln a row in his sitloou last Tuesdsv
night, o Connor has Hed.
LATEST NEWS NOTES.
( en. Porfiiio Diaz, ex-President of
Mexico, was tendered a banquet by Capt.
Kads in New Orleans on .Suturday even
ing. Gov. A!ex. H. Stephens, of Georgia,
died in Atlanta at 3:1ft o'clock on Sunday
morning after s short sickness from neural
gla of tho bowels.
A colored teamster named Alf Burns,
while on his . way to Xprlngtield, Mo.,
from Harrison, Ark., on irlduy. was met
by some white teamster who et upon him
and beat him unmercifully, sfter which
they left him In a helpless condition by th
At the Wanner memorial services In Lon
don on Sunday, Moncure D. Cotivvav said
there were puiiods In the history of the
world wh'-n s new order of men cams
forth. This was shown lu the era whereof
Carlyle was the prophet, Emerson the In
terpreter, Darwin the Urst fruit In science
and Wagner in urt.
The steamer Yazoo Vallev struck a snag
and sunk about thlny-llve miles above New
Orleans at one o'clock on Sunday morning.
The missing aic Mrs. C. 1. 1-ewta, of
Chleago; tho ehitd of Mr. Cooley.thspUot,
7 months old; first male Chrt. Kern;
John Frank, crpentnr; a colored chain
bermuld; Daniel Llghtner, colored, stew
srd; two cabin boys, four deck passengers
sud about five roust.ibonr. The boat wa
valued ut :,ft00; tiumred for5,0)0.
MARCH 8, 1883.
HOGS hlnw: heavy lots (tesdv; com
mon ftc lower: lltrht vSWOtV, mixed pack
ing';!" ,': 1, it y packing and shipping
$7 fa ' ti.').
CATTLE Quiet snd unchanged; ship
ping ift ma 40; common to fair H .fo5ft t;
butchers $. om 80; stockers S0O4 "5.
CATTLE Export steer $ft 7ft0; fair
to heavy native teers (4 rJOv&fl 8; com
mon to mrdlum native steers $4 26o?l 00:
Colorado steers Wdb 23; fnlr to good
feeders H 10rS4 60; common to cboloe
native, cows and heifers $a 40W4 00; South
west steers 3 ViCdd 00; scalawags S 60
SHKEP-Good o fancy W 7)V5 W; ma.
dium to fnlriHai fto; stockers $'J 7.V38 2ft;
Texan .mi M.
HOGS-Klght to good Yorkers $6 SftO
7 4ft; Baltimore f? 10rrf7 30: mixed to
good packing $6 WCa1 2ft; butchers to
extra' lord 7 .V; fancy besvy V? ftO; skip
and culls ft 7iVd lift.
WHEAT Closed weak st 51 OA.,
March, $1 OO'ittra- April, $1 141 June,
$1 12 July.
C'OHN-Frm t March, ftSvaiT,
April, tMM.iv, . June, OilV July.
OATS-l'irin: 4dV March, 4W April,
44 S May. 44 K June.
KYi;-strong at 71V May.
Wlir.AT-$l 13S March, .fl IftV April,
$1 ITU Mav, fl 1(1 H June, l lOJulv.
Col!N-fsftv- March, 47 . April, (W'.'a Mar
88V June, ft'.' July,
OATSa.1 March, 43 April, 44 S
It YE Weaker et 58 .Hi.
1 Its .1 VISIONS-Easier and low.
WHEAT-Op'iied Vra,l higher; fairly
active; No. I white fl HIS No. 2 red
March $1 t W S ; April $1 24 Hfa 24
?; Msy fl '.".".rul M; June fl 2iSfd
CollN'-VW't better; mixed Western
spot ilird'Til't J tlo futures 72V7:D.
OATS 'iW.' betters; Westcru at 81
HEEF Oulct mid steady; new plain mess
$1 1 fa 1 2 2?; new extra do f I2l3,
I'oHlv t.iiil't nud II rm : spot new mess
sr. l.tti is.
lltrTTI.I! - creiiinery st. fUtfiiift for see.
onds, to llilffi.W for lancy selections In s
small way, Dairy at .'IS'n 10 fur choice and
fltlicv! UiedlllllUoM'l' salted, slreakt-d, or
m'A-eil) '.'O'n '' I ; eoiiimiiu lo medium UVn20,
Noitl.ci ii roll uucliniiLici! clioice ill 20f22,
off irrades nitige nt I7'2". Nenr-bv niaks
dull; choice l.Ki 17: low grade I'.Vtfl l'.
EiKiSLower, but In actlvs deinsnd,
Shies 22ft ensiH lit lie.
Pol LT.lt Y-Dresseil-Turkeys l'rirlRo
per poundt t lilekeusMniill mid rough
SSftOfitO) choice f.i 7.Vn I: fancy ft !tiVrr4M;
Duek .Mftft, to) rate fitv lm-Kts fut. Geese
fn'small lo medium f:Wft; eholoe f,l Mirrrti.
Live -in demand; Chicken fl .Mr7t 4 ; aitittll
snd mixed .iitidM 2ft',f ftO to 4 70 fur vhol.ie
and fancy lurgi'i Turkeys 12rrflft; Geese tl
fH and )iit k flrrM.
Whe.it and corn arrived not much doing
wheat ami corn to srrlve not much doing.
Msrk Lane wheat dull; corn steady, hpm
wheat quiet but stemlv; No. 2 stirliig rs tkl ;
No. a silt ing 8s 7di Western winter fls8d.
3llxed Wcslcru corn firm st 6d. Demn4
from Hulled Kingdom aud CoaMaeai
nodenu for vbMt atki sons.
That's a common 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 the cause, don't
neglect it. Something is
wrong and needs prompt
attention. No medicine has
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.
Transport, Ind. Dee. I, iSSa.
For a long tuna I hav been s
sufferer from aturaat.h and kidney
diieaae. My appetita waa very poor
and tha very imall amount I aid eat
diiagreed with ma. I was annoyed
very much from non-retention ol
urine. I tried many remedies with
no iucccm, until I uied Brown's
Iron Bitten. Since I used that my
stomach does not bother me any.
My appetite i simply immente. My
kidney trouble is no mure, and my
f;eneril health is such, that I feet
ika a new man. After the use of
Ifrown's iron Bitters fur one month,
I have gained twenty pound ia
weight. O. Ii. Sasusnt.
Leading physicians and
clergymen use and recom
mend Brown's Iron Bit
ters. It ha3 cured others
suffering as you are, and it
will cure you.
Ifead and Circulate.
The Illinois Central It. Ii. Co.
Will sell any of Ha remaining lands at nuu dul
lar perarre leas that' the uresmit price, from 1 bias
ttrueaiittl the Srst day of October. IrWl. Alter
o at lUtv Ui p...it vrl-es will be resiorail. A !l
who dv.lro to putcli i-i' should avail tlium Ivc of
this liberal offer st titire. 1'. DAUfJY,
Km ptrtlf it'am Inquire of
M. B.ASTERDAY A CO.,
A.'ts. for I. 0. It. R. lands,
: lug -J
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Hlxtb twet, Cslro, Illinois.
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