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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY M()R1VINt(t, MARCH 7. I83.
Natural Fruit flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruits, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial Essences. Always uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Han gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qual
it. Admitted by all who hart used thorn
OS the rr.ost delicate, grateful and natural
favor for cakes, puddings, creams, :tc.
' MANUFACTURED BT
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, III., and Bt. Loui, Mo.,
aWtof Lplla Tratt , t. fiW. Cnmn fctktaf
ri, ui Ur. frlw'a Uit Wmii
ttf I MAKE NO SECOND CRAOE COOD8.
Costive nee s,
Impurity of the
and all Dlar
cnusrd by Io
ran(tment of Liver, IJowel and Kidney.
STMPTOMS Or A PITASE!) T.IVEB.
Bad Breath; rVo In the Hi), t metimet the
pain it felt under the ihouldet-Uaile, rn'iwkcii for
Khrumautm : general ltt of ap"iue; Bowel
generally eottivt, umetimrt aliernitiii with lai;
the head is troubled with pa,n, it dull and heavy,
wilh cnsiderable lot! of tnraory, ace mpanied
with a painful sensation tkaviniuiilww something
which ought to have been done, a tl.ght, dry conga
and flushed face it tomttimrt an aiicniant, often
muken for consumption; the j.Micnt complaint
of weariness and debJuy; nervous, e.ily turned;
feet cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation
of the kin esists; ipints ate low and i!. r 'ndent,
nd, although satisfied that eietc.te ... o bene
6:ial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it In fact, ditiruui every reu.'y Several
of the above symptoms attsnd t'le disease, but cate
have occurred when but few of lhm eitrd, yt
taamiiulicn after death hat aiiown th Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
It should be uaeid by all person, old aad
700.ua;, whenever any of the lcre
Pernon Trarellnr or I-Mnt; In Cu
healthy LftraUtim. Xy uking a dtt c cation
ally to keep the Liver in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria. Ulllnua ttark, I'ujincss, Nau
tea, Lrot'net, IVpresiinn of Sp;ru, e:c It
will invigorate like a glass of wine, but la uo itv
If Tou have eaten anything hard ot
digestion, or feci heavy afier mca!, or aleep
leal at night, take a dot and you will be relieved
Time and Doctor' Bill wrlll be tared
by alway keeping the lie gulator
In the Iloiiaet
for, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
cafe purgailv, alterative and tonic can
sever be out of place. The remedy it liartnleae
and doe not luurfore Ub bualooaa or
it is rritrur vroETAm.r,
And hat all the power and elhcacy ot C alomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after ell ecu
A Governor's Testimony.
Simmons Liver Regulator hat been in um In my
family for ti me time, and I am satisfied it it a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J Gill Shorts, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander If. Ktetihena, of Oa
aayt: Have dented some benefit trom the us ot
Simmons Liver Regulator, and wish to give it a
"The only Thing that never fafla to
Relieve." I have used many remediet for Dya-
Ceptia, Liver Aflection and Lability, but never
ave found anything to benefit ire to the extent
Simmons Liver Regulator hat. 1 sent frnm Min
nesota to Georgia fur it, and would irn.l further for
such a medicine, and would advise all who are aim
Uarly affected to eive it a tri.il as it teems the only
thing that never bill to relieve
P. M. J as my, Minneapolis Minn.
Dr. T. TT. Masnn say t Fron actual ex
perience in the ue of Simmoni Liver Regulator in
my practice 1 have been and am satisfied to use
aad prescribe it at a purgative medicine.
r2fTak only the Gennine, which always
hat on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. II. ZEILIN & CO.
FOR SALE HV ALL DRUGGISTS.
KOKOK II. LE(.'II. M. D.
Phvt'iciau and Sui'ureon.
Spncial tttnntlnn pal l til thu ITotnuni.t'hic tfvut
wnt of atirRlCHl dlaoaee, ami difii'' of wotniiu
Office: On ltth eirivt, oppnlio ttaii l'ot Offl.-.e,
JJR. J. IS. 8TR0NO,
128 Cnmmorciiil Ave , Cairo, III.
VAPOK, BLECTRO VAPOU a!(o MEDICATKD
ad m Inhered dolly.
A Udy lu atteiiilauce,
qti w. o. .tocklyn;
D Fa NT18T.
OFKIOB-Kightli Sir imt, near Comoerclnl Avenne
R. E W. WIIITLOCK,
Orni'i No. 13(1 Commercial Aventta, twtwaeti
Hcrt'tanil Nlt.th mreet
a o a. r,
11 Stoves D
V V .
A DAY'S DOINGS.
Crimes, Casualties and Legal Punish
ment. Pumping the Witer from the Diamond
Mine Other News.
rraodolent fa of th HaUla.
Flikt, Mich., March (), Fred. II.
Pitt, Bireietiuy of the renliisulur Mutul
Benefit AnhociuUon uf thi oily, wan ur rett
ed faiurdny iiigta l,y I'ultvd Hlatfn Ur
)ihII Mille, on th t:Utrg ot lifting the Uni
ted Stuteo luulli for fraudulent purpute. It
appears that Mr. l'itt, on the tlrxt ot Kub
ruary iirnt mhi sment clrtmlitnt to the mem
Lent of the iiitaouliitloa. ameaitliig them to
provide for a policy held bv a doueaaed
member In YVioon.tii, while In reality no
aucti tin'iiibt r (Hid or even cxUted. The
delcudani in out on bull and the cae baa
been adjourned to tbe 13th Init.
A Practical Temperance Lector.
St. Lous, March 6. Frank Colllna
Tinted Henry Llpper'n ;tlo)U on fiunuay
lunt In mi iiitjxiruted condition, and ked
for drink, which wa denied. He then
grew very anifrv Hud abusive, and wan or
dcred i u: of tbe nuloon. "N'ot much!" be
tthnuie l, and thffn he challrjuired Lipper to
eJi'tJt blin if he d;ire. Upper atcppcI frnm
lieblnil I ho bar and irntipled with Colllmt.
Thrr htriiKgled until thi-v reacbed the side
walk, mid tbr-re botb fell. At laul they
were dUnntinglcd and it waa ascertained
that Collin' kg bad been fractured. Ua
waa taken to hm bome.
Killed by Jambo.
BuiDtiEFOKT. Cfi.v.v., March fl. Ko
new canine companion baa yet been trot
for Jumbo. He was no enraged when the
lltlle wooly don to which be had become
attached wh displaced by a lare mastiff,
that he caught the lottcr wlih but trunk and
burled him acroai the building. The dof
atruck the elephant Pilot and wm luftUntly
killeu. Tbeu the bli( brute, In bia eiclte
ueul, lieirsn chatyin at tbe other ele
j.httiit, and had to he tied down with a
tlip-nooae. Jumbo meanwhile fed calmly.
Tbe Bra!dwMd Dlaaeter.
Eraiuwoou, III., March 6. The Dla
mond Coal Company feel more encouraged
alter .Muudav'a w ork than at any time tinoo
the piimpim; out of tbe tlnoded mine be
gun. The water wan lowered .three feet
aud It la expected that by the latt er pait of
the week the water will all be taken out and
aearch for tbe bodiei will begin. The relief
committee have decided to allow tbe un
dertaker tau per body for funeral expona
e, while the friend of the victim cau to
lect the undertuker.
Tbe Walts h Dasuace-d.
VisctNXEs, Ink., March 6. Two
mile and a h.tlf ot .the Wataj railroad
track on the Ca'.ro division mi washed
away durint? the recent flood between tblt
city'and St. Frxnciaville, 111. Tbe tre.tlu
work approaching tbe Wabaah bridge it
rtiiii'ul. Three moutlia w.ll be
onttim h1 in repairing the washout. The
lo to the road eti mated at fi,500. In
t ne ii.iiini.iii'i the Wala-h will run Into
tbu oily over the Ohio and MUaUblppI Kail
w ay .
Sendfn; Away for rVexxJ rent.
Chicago. March fl. Tbe Chicago,
E'K-k Nlaud and Pacific liaJlwar announce'
that o w 1 1 ik to tho unfavorable condition of
oo rn In Illinois, Iowa and Miftfourt, it
m iv be necesaarr to obtain seed from ad-
Joining Mates, aud If thl U tbe caie lug
gettia that the fanner club together atid
order lurKC lot from Nebraika or else
where, and the itock Inland will tratuport
such corn intended for teed free.
Ooverntiienl latrai Allowed.
IxnMVAPOi.M. Isn., March 8. In the
matter of the i-Uiiu nf the United .State
affalnt tbe ludiunapoli and St. LouU rail
road company, for certain revenue tuxes on
tbe Interei't coupon paid bv the company.
Comtniioner Fuhb tck ha made a report
In w hich he allow the United State $1,014,
together with the penalty of $1,000 thereon
for taxe 0 interest rouponn paid aurtpg
tbe latt five month of 1870.
A Jut PunUhroeut.
Aloova. Ia., March 0. Fry and Her.
rick, arrested last fall for the attempted
mutilation or a son of reter v aiker, nau
their trial In the district court. The Jurr
found them guilty. Tbe Judge sentenced
them to psv a fine of i,000 each, with a
rebate of $700 if paid In thirty days. Sen
timent It enuallv divided as to the guilt of
Strlblug Itolllng- JIU1 Emploe.
Chicago, Match 6. vSpringfleld, 111.,
peciul: Between 600 and 000 men em
ployed In the Springfield Rolling Mill are
on a strike becHiise of tho employment of
non-union men in some department,
Soma of the non-union men Joined the
strike. All the departments exoept tbe
plow plate mill are shut down.
Tabor's Secret Mftrilatge Denied.
Omikosh, Wis., March . it It stated
to-day, In contradiction of the reported
niarrtVe of Senator Tabnr and Mi Me
Court at St. Louis In September, that the
ladv was In this city ou tbe day on which
the' marriage Is said to have taken place.
She came here on the 'Hi to at
tend tho funeral of her brother, and re
mained two week".
Horse and Bufftry Stolen.
Jr.R9EYvu.LE, III., March 6. Hon.
Oscar K. Hamilton's hor-e and buggy
were stolen from the Court-house square
last night, where they were hitched. The
thieves were followed to KHftie, five miles
north, where they stole a wagon and team.
It is supposed they left tbe horse and bug
gy In that neighborhood.
RlCMMONn, Ixn., March 6. Miss
Minnie WoJeklml, a milliner, Is under
arrest for attempting to burn here store to
day. A laundress swears that she was
coming down tho stairway Into the court
upumti tno store anu saw .miss woarkinil
piling huts and ribbons on the. fire before
site gave tbe alarm.
Long Pnnivlinient of an Innocent .Man-
Lanmno, Mich., March (I. The Gov
ernor has Issued pan'ous to Samuel Ulluian
sentenced from Kalumuzno, March 25, mi
for murder, and Austin Parks, sentenced
from Oakland, county, for twenty years,
for assault to murder, ullmnu. after twen
ty-eight years' Imprisonment, hoi been
Pleaded Guilty of Barflary.
Lapohte. Isd.. March 7. Yost ind
Iloughllhan appeared In court to answer
to the cliarifo of burirlarv. Yost c leaded
gtillty and w as remanded to jail to await
sentence. Hougnunnn pieaaeu not guilty
ana nis case was oontmueu to tue April
term ot court.
HociiKsTKK, Ind. March 6. Louis
. tin .1... V...ll.. ...1.- .l 1 tint
i'ouriinui wit) intuitu no inttrtirrnn vt n-
Ham Irwin at Lulter's Ford on the evening
of February 10, was found guilty of murder
i . .i i i ...... t i..iHn.
in uie aeuunu uerro niiu inuiwwu svtiur
l-alue jmt' luiprlsoiuaeuU
THE STAR-ROUTE TRIAL
Tfngto Determine the Handwriting ol
TTahhixoton, Mtrell fl. The Wltnrsa
Boone was recalled In the St.ir Uome trial
aud Jones' entrie wli.cli J'. tJ -II swore had
bu made by Dorsey, wow siiiim.tted to
witness. He hesitated, looked carefully at
the pitj er and said: "I would not like to
say positively who wrote t tint . My bet
Judgment is that It was written by S. W.
l)otoi-y or Ilerdell, I would not like to say
which one." Tbe Cbieo Spring's letter
from p iiscyto Rerdell, d iled April 3. '".
wss iieM shown. Tito wltnes declared
positively that l)orey did not writ; that
letter, lit knew that Dorsev was in Wash
ington i1. ttiut time, for fie wu In com
munication with him that day. Tbe court
Iniurpii'C I and asked If the witness knew
who wr-itc tbe letter. He answered he
would not like to s:tv. Tho witness waa
then turned over to the defense for cross
examination. Ingeroll offered to prove
It was lu the usual course of luisine.- for
defendants to sl.'ii the name of each other.
Court refused the iff,.r, savin:,' it would
be proper when the defense was le'Vtiu.
Inking up the "smitn" nud 'Jones"
memorandum, Inwrsoll called the atten
tion of tbe witness to cntrv "M. C. H-,"
and asked bis opinion. Witness asked If
be might be allowed to consider other clr
eumstancea in nuking hts aniwer. The"
oourt responded In tho negative. Witness
thought the limitation was unNIr, and
flnilly sld tho meniorand'tm down to
"profit ami loss" favored I)nisey.s hand
writing. The remainder, which' Included
Smith's and Jones' entiles, favored the
handwriting of Kerdell. Vltii" n;r:iin
reverted to the circumstances surrounding
the signature of the papers, but the court
abruptly bade htm drop the circumstance.
Witness explained when this tilifiitr In
and interlining was done the partie pur
posely sdlsguibed their handwriting, so
that, speaking from tne writing nlone.lt
would. In many case, be impossible to say
who did the writing.
While awaiting the witness from the
Post-ofllce to show the revenues of the
routes, some argument took place upon the
admissibility of the evidence to show the
practice of Brady's suecei-sors In regard to
expedition. Bliss said Kruitt, who had
preceded Brady, nude but a dozen stieh
orders fur Imonsiderable amounts, whilst
Brady, beglnnlntr with tweutv order for
large amounts til his flr-t year, rxn the
number up to seventy or eighty in hi sec
ond rear. He therefore thought It proper
to Introduce such evidence in proof of the
charge of Improper expedition. Innersoll
argued that duriLg lioutt' term the
country was suffering from a panic, and
that tbe government had been com
pelled to r trench enuallv with Indi
viduals. The court said the matter bad
been disposed of dtirlti!! the Hr-t trial. It
was too law and vague an Inquiry to go
Into at this stage of the proceedings.'
RELIEF FROM TAXATION.
Important Rtvenue Reductions and When
They Take Effect.
Washington. D. C. March 6.
The Commissioner of Internal Revenue says
that taxes upon capital and d.;p it of
banks and banker aud National Bulking
assoc ations are repealed from this date. ex
cept such taxes as are now due and paya
ble, that tue reduction of tax upon checks,
drafts, etc. , and upon matches, perfumery ,
medicinal anu other articles, tnKes eiieel
July 1, lifW, aad after May 1, lsl. the tax
on manufactured tobacco aud nu3 will be
eight cents per pound, on cigars, $J per
l.issi, and cigarettes lifty cents prl.0JJ,
and that there will be a rebate on tobacco,
snuff, cigars snd cigarettes of the difference
in the taxes recently imposed and tbe taxes
now provided for where tbe ci lims amount
tojlu. These claims must be presented
within sixty days from May 1. Itera
tions upon this mutter will be Immediately
Is-ued, and blanks will be furnished upon,
which claims cau be made. The law pro
rides for a law reduction in special taxes
upon dealers, lioginuiiig M'iy 1, 1S7. Ar
rangements wlil be immediately made for
uha'ngtm; the form cf special iax stamps
and pumps for the rvtvin-'iit of taxes upon
tobacco, snuff, cigar, etc.. so as to supply
collectors wlih ib'-e stamps In time to
meet the requlremeuts of trade prior to
May 1, 1883.
Washington, March 0. Members
are packing up and starting away some
for their homes aud come for pleasure re
sorts. It is pretty ea'ly for seaside resorts,
yet quite a number h ive taken up the line
of march for Old Point Comfort and resorts
further south. Old l'oint Comfort Is a
popular resort f"r winter and spring.
Senator John F. Miller mes there in a clay
or two, accompanied by his famllv, and
Representative Walker, of Pennsylvania,
ant. hi family follow a few dais later.
Representative Moore, of Tennessee, and
bis wife, go to Europe, as do several others
of the members of the House and Senate.
Senator Mahone and wife ifo to Mexico.
Ex-Speaker Randall leaves for Pennsylva
nia soon. Ill family, however, will re
main hero until the season has far enough
advancedto permit tbem to ifo to tbelr sum
mer home near Philadelphia. Most of the
cabinet ladles held their closing receptions
last week, and matters social will fall Into
the sere and yellow leaf, to remain so until
the clans begin to gather lu autumn again.
a he St. Loot Post Oftlce rtbt.
Washington, March 6. The Post dllce
flight Is not near an end yet. The Presi
dent has been too busy of late to give It
any attention, and probably will not act for
some days. Rosenblatt, it Is said here, has
not taken part in the riL'ht at all, having
seen neither the President nor Postmaster
General. The Impression pre. nils here
that the bottom dropped out of ll.tvs' rl.'lit
when the President lulled to send the nom
ination in before, the session ended. Em le
Thomas and General McNeill' Candida
cy stave not been considered yet. F.lby
was in secret connultallou with Mtperv'slng
Architect to-day, on what subject could not
be learned. On being uked about the
PosloiHce tight he replied that hu was satis
fied with the situation.
WASntvoTov. D. C March 0.
Comptroller of tho Currency received
letter lu reference! to the rmlcmpllon
cent check stump says two cent
stamps am not required bv law to be
afur July 1st next. The law ptwM
tbe redemption of atamij not u-' d,
vltled they are pivsenteti for jiavnii tit
lu throe years from the tim j of pur
re li. ie
rroui tne uovcrumMit.
CtUlillan't) Ilcnljtnftllon Accepted.
Washington, t. C, March !. Tht
President accepted the resignation of .la me
Gllllllan, Treasurer of Hie United Mates.
It la not likely n smutessor will Im appointed
for some time. Assistant Treasurer N v
man is mentioned an likely to receive the
Washington, March O.-Judge
Thomas, of the Civil Service Commission,
called upon tho Preldeut to-duy, in com
pany with Senator Pendleton, anil (urinal
ly notified tbe President of bis acecpuiuoo
to tbe oitleo.
Cabinet Meet lug.
Washington, March (l.-Thc Cabinet
meeting wus short and unimportant.
There worn three absentees. Secretary
Teller, who la out of tlu city, Secretary
Chandler and Attornuy-Ueueral Brewster,
who art taaiajpoMd.
The Indian HchooL
WAflniNtjTov. March 6. Secretary
Teller, Commissioner of Indian Affairs
I'rlc". Senator Loifan and several other
iuci s jm of Congress went to Carlisle, I'a..
. this morning, to Inspect the Iudlau school
at that place.
Washington-. March (J. The Japanese;
Envoy to Hawaii, now ou a short visit U
this city, were formally presented to tho.
President to-day by the Secretary of statu.
THE CUT TELEGRAPH WIRES.
Permission Obtained to Put the Wirei Back,
CrftCAGO, March fl. Maror Harrison
said that when he ordered Prof. Barrett to
cut the telegraph wires on the Mutual Union
he Instructed him to leave any wires that
connected with newspaper office. Mr.
Barrett, however, could not tell where
tbey were, with the exception of one for an
evening paper. Accordingly all were sev
ered save tills one wire. The mayor states
this also will have to be cut unless a stipu
lation is made by the Mutual Union Com
pany thot It will not rise the point In It
argument that a distinction was made In
the matter. Tho other newspuper wltvs
will be connected under tbe same condi
tions. Sunt. Chapman, of tho Mutual
Union anticipated obtaining a preliminary
Injunction, and as the restoration of the
wires wits merely a matter of three or four
hours' work, he hoped to have tbe Mutual
Union fadPtles in working order again
earlv In the day. The Chlcageand JMwau
kee Company, whose wires were cut at the
same time as the Mutual Union's, succeed
ed In convincing the mayor that the cutting
of the wires was a mistake. Permission
was obtained by the company to put Its
wires hack again, and the Chicago and Mil
waukee line resumed business.
Tim Board of Trade line has also been al
lowed to resume business.
Aid for the Flood Sufferers Other Pro
ceedings, Springfield, Mo., March 6. In the
Senate two high license petitions from Ed
gar and Knox Counties were presented.
The special order for the morning was Mr.
Edwards' bill to amend the act concerning
the assessment of propertv which whs
passed to a third renoing with little debate.
The bill providing for taxing companies
and others doing express busi
ness was made the spe
cial order for Wednesday.
After tho readlns of the Journal Senator
orri Introduced a bill appropriating
$50,000 for defending the flooded districts
from future overflow. A bill to oblige
land owners to remove drifts along small
streams created a lona discusslou, but was
finally laid on the table. A Inrsre number
of bill" were advanced to a third reading.
The bill on a third read reading appropriat
lnz ,000 to the immediate relief of the
lufferer by the flood wa by unanimous
consent taken up. The Governor's com
munication on tho sum subject was read
as was also the report of the Joint
Committee appointed to Investigate
the matter. The measure was oppos 'd
only bv senator Clark, who opposed It only
on the' ground of tbe unconstitutionality of
special" legislation snd it wa warmly and
ulilv mintiorted bv tha best head on both
sides of the Chamber, who willingly risked
th circulation as supporters of the Consti
tution In this case. Tbe bill wa made
special order for Wednesday, 11:30 A
larire number of reports from standing
committees w hich aeut many a bill to the
The House took up bills on tbe second
reading and amended Mr. Llnegar's bill to
allow Cairo to raise her streets above hlch
water mark, and It was ordered to a third
reading. The bill to meet an emergency In
Stephen county, caused by a vacancy in the
office of the county treasurer was passed.
The bills to consolidate the three grand
divisions of the Supreme Court and locate
the court at Sprlngtleld was read a second
tlm.i and referred in the Committee on the
Judicial department. Several bills were
advanced to a third reading, and a num
ber of biils were Introduced, including one
appropriating yy'i.irH) for the sufferers by
tne flood at .-hawncetown and alontf the
Dublin, March 6. The Freeman's
Journal says it is believed the French au
authorities' will release Byrne.
An affidavit proving an alibi In hts case
has been forwarded to Paris.
Dennis Field. Viror In the nynes case,
who wus sick in lied after tbe conviction of
Hvnes, has lodged a ci it in for 10,000. as
compensation for his tnjurlc.
RIFLES AND BAVONKT9.
Liverpool. March 6. The police
seized a number of rifles and bayonets on
the premise of a shop-keeper here. The
discovery was effected while the officers
were making Inquiries conoernlng tbe
doings of Fenians.
Parts, March 6. The majority by which
the motion of Cletnenecan to adjourn until
to-dav the debate on tbe proposal to revise
the Con-titulkm was caraledln the Deputies
yesterday comprised some anti-revMonist,
who were merely anxious to give Clemenc
ean a hearing. The division, therefore, Is
not considered a criterion of that to be tuk
eujon the main question.
Paris. March B. It I seml-offlciallr an
nounced that Byrne will be released to-day,
K .Mil LAM). .
London, March fl. One hnndred thous
and pounds was withdrawn from the bault
yesterday for New York.
London, March 6. Gladstone, In the
Common Inst night, said the recent sur
mise of Hartlngtoii that the evacuation of
Egypt might be complete, in six months
was merely an expression of hope founded
Constantinople. March 6. Negotia
tions between General Wallnce, United
States Minister, in regard to petroleum
wiirehouucs, are approaching a satisfactory
conclusion. Wallace claims that, each Im
porter shall have a special warehouse out
side the town and that tbo present storage,
dues shall bo reduced.
Madrid, March . The families of
manv imprisoned socialists are receiving
funds for support from mysterious sources.
A hundred vine stuck In verez were ma
liciously destroyed, The persons supposed
to be guilty wcro arrested.
Brusskl, March fl. A Prussian sin
dent of Llegit University was arrested wlib
12,000 francs In bis possession. Hols be
lieved to bo connected with tbe Socialist
Badf.n-Badrn, March 6. rrinoe Oort
obaknff, ex-Chanuellor of Uussla, Is dan -gcrlously
Paul II. Hiiyno received &VX for
bit ode read at the Savannah poci.ui-Ctin-
THREE-CARD MONTE MEN.
Railroad Employes Thought to
Collusion With Them.
St. Louis, March Q. Officer Mundlnger,
of tho Union Depot squad, arrested Ou A.
Norton, a'news airent on the O. Jt M. it. It.
this mornlmr. Frank Dorsey and another
passenger were defrauded of $,KI and HO
respectively by three-curd motile men be
fore reaching the depot ou train No. 8.
extra. Other passengers who bad observed
the munmvers of the 'players tried to Inter
fere In behalf of the victims, but were told
to mind their own business. If thev did not
want to be put off the train, by the news
agent. The police, who suspect tbe em
ployes of the train of collusion with the
swindlers, will report to the railroad
Carver and Boirardna.
St. Loi is, March 6. Dr. Carver and
Captain Bogardtis, the "crack shots" of
the world, ure both In the city. Captain
Bogardus. who I stopping at the Llndell,
wa seen bv a reporter and stated that a
match had beeu arranged. He said tho
match would be shot at Compton avenue
Park under tbe Illinois State rule, except
the distance, which would be twenty-one
yards, loo birds, fifty double ristts, for $230
a side. The time determined upon Is next
Friday afternoon at i o'clock. Capt. Bo
gardus has been at tbe top In America, and
in bis matches with Carver has been tbe fa
vorite among the betting men. He says
Carver has beaten him twice, but he had
everything lust as he wanted It, and ha
don't think he will find It quite so
easy this time. Th match will undoubt-
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IlAitRisnuKn, Pa., March In tho
Senate the bill to escheat to the Bute the
property of teleeradh companies which
consolidate with compettnit lines was again
considered and passed Anally by a rrt of
yea , nays noii. The bill was then seut tip
to the House for concurrence.
In Improved Health.
Dpbcqve. Ia., March . Hon. t. K.
Cooley arrlvei last night In a special car,
attaeh'ed to f.e regular train, via McGreg
or, l'e nr i ii",l the fatigue of the trip re
and shows signs of Improved
Wall Kteeet. ,
New York, March 8. Stocks opened
XttS lower. Th'.' market was heavy, de
clining Hffitf from the opening, the" latter
St. Paul and Missouri Pacific.
NEWS AND NOTES.
There Is great disappointment among
British merchants and manufacturers over
the new uuift lawi of tho United
Jack Griffin, who murdered John Conroy
In Springileld, Missouri, ouTbursday night
wo arrested near Carthage, on Monday,
and taken back to Springfield.
The funeral of James Elliott, the mur
dered pugilist, took place in Chicago, on
Monday afternoon. The remain left for
New York the same evening in charge of
Fred Khroue, the pedestrian.
The Mavor of Boston on Monday notified
tbe Board" of Aldermen that he decHned to
approve their refreshment and carriage bills
on tbe ground that thev are unreasonable
ami unwarranted. The present board's
bills are ,0is).
A collision between freight trains oc
curred near Delhi, 111., at 6 o'clock on
Monday evening. Many cattle and hogs
contained In three cars, were killed and In
jured. Conductor Lou Stone was seriously
but not fatally Injured. No one elsewaa
In London on Monday, Geo. W. Foote.
editor, Win. J. ltatnsey, proprietor, and
Kemp, printer, of the Free Thinker, were
found guilty of hlasphcmous libel. Foote
was sentenced to twelve months' Imprison
ment, Hanisey nine mouths aud Kemp
MARCH 6, 1863.
HOGS-Fi'sv: light $0 50oji7 05 ; mixed
paekiii r ' .: Veuvy packing and ship
ping .7ir. ...
CATTLE Receipts o.IWO; strongf r and a
shade higher; export io Wati 60; shipping
$1 )aH tf; butchers U; stockors and feed
CATTI.F-Export steers $5 TSrsfl; fair to
heavy native steers If4 80f5 Oft; common to
medium native steers $4 ibtwi 00: Colora
do steers iiCd'y 23; fair to good feeder H
WcH i") i; common to choice native cuws
and heifers $3 U)(a4 60; Southwest steer
$j ";ai 00: seal In wags $2 60(ai3.
HUGS Slow aud unchanged. Llaht to
good Yorkers $6 B0f87; heavy f7 10fa7 25;
mixed to good packing. 907 80: butch
ers to extra lUCdl 60; skips and culls
So TMtl M.
SIIEKP Good to fancy $4 75735 80;
medium to fair Mini 60; stockers fj 750
8 20; Texan lr M.
Iyieal crraln markets lower to-day.
WHKAT-Closed 1 12SH March,
k(9H April, $ll(J)t May, $lla'
COIt.N-03 V March, MIX April, M t May,
68't Jane, ofi'i July.
O.VTft W March, 43 April, 44 H May.
UYE-Weuk at 01).
WHEAT Opened higher; sulxte-
qnentlv lost advance fell off Sfti'! No. 1
white fl MS : sales No. 2 red March tl 22
(iiU ; April M 24'ruV; May 12o'iriV;
COKN Opened fi?V belter afterwards
lost advance mixed Western potWf874.
Do future 70'.Wi3. .
OATS-(a'.lietter; Western at&2f358.
Grain markets unsettled, closing firm.
WHEAT At 108X, March flOO.
April, $111 May, $114 Juue, l ll
COUN-AINS March, 68 April, 62
Mav, lis1 June. Hfi't Julv.
OAT-S i:iv Arrll, 40H May, 44
June, 43 'i July.
BYE Weak at 71 May.
BUTTETt Creamery 33fM.HI for choice
and fancv; 33i'('t.'ll for seconds. Dulry Wa
:J0 for choice and fancy; medium (over
salted, streaked or mixed) 20iViJ4; common
to medium lifS'20, .Northern Boll tin
chamrcd cboiee 20W. off gratles range at
17frf;!0. Near-oy make dull; choice liVa 17,
low grade I2rti 14.
Eliurt Meadv and unchanged. Free
sales at ll.ull'o. Irregular pks HOrlo
POULTRY Dressed Warm aud rainy
went her caused a dull feeling for dressed
stock, but Hireling were small, and prices
remain w ithout tnnierlal eh.tuge, Turkeys
reudv sal" at 17fIKo 'ft) b; Chickens
Small and roit'h rJ 3nt,3 choice y, fjOfti
8 73, fmcy .tl"t23; Ducks 4-4Mi. top
rate for Urge fait (leesc Small to medium
;IW3, choice K 2i)ftl. LlVK-ln demand:
Chickens f.l .Vi'crf I fur small nud mixed, and
J4 23Ct4.'H) to 4 7.'i for choice and fancy
large; Turkeys ?12ril3, Oeese jHfSO anil
Coast declined 3d. Mixed American
corn to arrive declined 8riid. Sunt wheat
dull and cii'I t; No, 2 spring P 'mIi No. 8
snrlttg fs od; Western winter 0s 8d. Cali
fornia wheal declined Id. Mixed Western
com dull and easier at 6s 0d. Demand
from l ulled Kingdom and Ouutineiil dull
fur wheal uiulooiv. ...... ,
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 Iron1 Bitters, ar.d
it docs this by commencing
at the foundation, and mak
ing the blood pure and rich.
Logamport, Ind. Dee. t, 1880.
Far a Ions; time I have been a
niffertr from iiomach aad kidney
disease. Myappctitewaa very poor
and tbe very small amount 1 did eat
disagreed with me. 1 wot annoyed
very much from non-retention of
win. I tried many remedies with
bo success, until I used Brown's
Iron Bitten. Since I used that my
stomach doet not bother me any.
My appetite it timpty immente. My
kianey trouble is no more, and my
nneril health it such, that I feel
lik a new nun. After the use of
Brown's Iron Bitten for one month,
1 have gained twenty pounds in
weight. O. B. SAjtcmrr.
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.
Read anil Circulate.
The Illinois Central R. R. Co.
Will sell any of Its r'ntslrlng lsntl at one dol
lar per acre less than the iresunt pries, from this
tlmenntil th first dav uf O loher. 14. Alter
tht dat"- the prsn-nt v" e will hit restored.- All
wno desire ie purctia-e cliuiiiil avail tue. us lie ot
this liberal offer at once. I'. DAUGY,
. Laud Cummitplueer.
Fut partlcu'ara tnqnlre of
M KASTERDAY Jt CO..
Afts. for 1. V. It. K. Lands,
WAG ON-lAKE It.
(ihnp no Ha Hilar Avuuun, hetwintt r'.iiirth and
Hlitb Stri'iits, Cairo, Illinois.
ttrAM kind ft l'sht and heavy blnckamlthlnt,
wiKno and rarrlSe work done In tbtv mo. t woik
manlike manner, 11 itSR-shouIng a spooistty autl
satllsctlon anarsi. turd .
Manufacturer snd Dealer In
PISTOLS . RIFLES
dth HtrtMv, between Com'l Ave. and Ltvne.
CUOKE D0RINO A IfPKCLVLTV
tafse BejeUei. All Kinds ol Bert Made.
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