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While other Baking Powders are target
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
has been kept unchanged In all iti original
purity and strength. The beet evyJence of
ite safety and effectitjness Is the fact of
Hz '.ming received the hightt testimoni
als from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analzed it, fret
its introduction to the present time, ko
other powders show so good results by the
true test-the TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKiNS POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and Bt. Louis, Mo.,
ssanwUrsr. f l.apslla Tat Omu, Br. FrWt AmUJ
'larsrlat Ulruit, ta Dr. FrtM'i falsa. firlUM,
Impurity ot Die
ninoil, I tvcrar.ci
anil ull Diseases
roused by De
rangement of Llrer, Uuwel and Kidueyt.
STMPTOMS OF A DISEASED MVF.R.
Had ItTalh: Pain in Ike Silt, scinriimrt lh
pain U felt under the Shuldcr-blnte. misuV'D fr
Khruimtum; general tu of aripetile ; Ijawels
generally covuvc, t inetimet alternating ilh la;
the head is troubled with pain, duil and heavy,
snih comtdcraVc low of ir.emory, scCL'trtpanitd
with a painful w:nuiiin 'jf leaving um lone kornetlurtg
which ouifht to have been d'jne. a .light, lr cuugri
and fl'iried fact ta sometimes an anrn.iarit, cftea
oinulirn fur consumption: the pj tic nt complains
of weanneu and debility; nervous eav:y turned;
feet cold tir burn ng, wrfnet.mea a prir.kly sensation
of the skin c&isti, ipinu are lew and dnp'.-ttdent,
snd.tllhoiigriiatiitie'i trial eirrcivs cu.u x bene
filial, yet one can lurd.y tunirrn n i:p ftftitade to
try it in fact, outrun every remedy Several
of the above symptom, attend the dueaw. but cases
have occurred whtn but few of them esistd, yet
ciamnutiun after death has hoo the Liter to
have been cauoaireiy derarijed.
It ihnald bo ned by all persons, old aad
young, whenever any of the above
Persons Traveling- or Living In Ta
healthy Localities, liy taking a d-e ccrutoa
aliy to keep the IJver in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria, Illllnus attack, Ijittmeu, Nau
sea, browneM, Depressed erf Spinti, etc. It
will Invigorate like a glaM of win, bat Is us In
If Tou bare) eaten Anything hard ol
dlReation, or feel heavy at'er meals, or slrep.
lesa at night, ukc a dose and you will be relieved
Time and Doctor' Hills will be saved
by always keeping the Ilrgulalor
In the House 1
For, whatever the ailment may be, s thoroughly
tafa purgative, alterative and tuulo can
never be out of piace, The remedy it harmless
and does not Interfere w Kb business or
IT IS PTRfXT TFOFTABLE,
And hai sll the power and efficicy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after eficcti
A Governor's Testimony.
Slmrawil Liver Regulator hat been in use ia my
family for '"tin .tine, and I sm satisfied it it
valuable addition to the medical mmce.
J. Cili Smurtbh, Governor of AIs.
Hon. Aleiamler H. Stephens, of C.a.,
syt: Have derivej -m benefit tri m the ate of
Simmont Liver Regulator, and with to give it s
" The only Thing that never fulls to
Relieve.' 1 have used nunv rtmeiiKt for Dys.
repiia. Liver Affection and lability, but never
ave found anything to bemfit tnc u tiie eatent
Simmont Liver Regulator hat. 1 tent from Min
nesota to Georgia f r it, and u wld eml further for
tuch a med.clne, and would advite all v. ho arc aim
ilarly affected to givs it a tn.il at it teems the only
tiling that never fan, to relic, -
P. M Jaknkt, Minneapolit, Minn.
Dr. T. W. MHion sa)t From actunl e
perience in the w of bimmunt liver R-cuUior in
my practice 1 have been and am istitficd to um
and prescribe it at a purgative medicine.
CTyTake only the Genuine, which alwsyt
has on the Wrapper the red Z Tiytde-Mark
and Signature of J. Il ZEII.IN 4 CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGC IST5,
ROUGE H. IF.Wll, M. 1".
I'hvrfioian and Surgreon.
Spue's! itletttlnn paid to th notneoj, 1' liic In-st
nil in or nurif leal dIsi'Sii)!, and disi'Si" f mmnc
tilflw: on Hlh street, nppiwlte the IVm OflVit.,
J) It. J. B. STUON'G,
128 ('oinmercldl Ave, Cairo', 111.
VAPOH, ELB3TR0-V.P0R awn MKDiC ATKD
A lady In attotnUnce.
l EN TINTS,
jplt W. 0. JOCELTN,
'Pf IClt-eirftiih Htrael, near Come erolal Avenn
trreir No. l.lj tkimmorclal Avenue, between
Kvl'f, nd fi,ih
U O A. J..
D Stoves D
B 'f'inware, B
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THE HIGH WATERS,
The Situation Still Alarm
ing. The Outlook at Memphis and Ba
low. ; Mkmpiii-), Texv. March 8.-The out
look oil the Invr lutll Mow Memphis 1
ex"d (lih.'lv t looniv. Thi' liver at allpointt
aoutU of h-rc I rUhig hii nveM'.'e ra't) J
even liK'hcs a dity. The colored iicoulo
of Ibe planiution are pticklnj; up their he
loninv'B and flocking to Memphis hy ntfam-boat-luiid
Tbere are lioudy fiver 3,0l0
of I he n here "Who are mupi(iriinf tbem
aHvci liy doing odcl Join. So fur non of
tbfttu huve ppeal(l for holp. Tbfv are
ahle to par tlit'lr pnHUo on the Itnat's and
a hooti a the waler leaven thiiir cubltis
hVh and dry agrnlnthey will return to their
boniox. Cnpt. AVhltloW, of the Jumes Lee.
lays v. hlle the most of the people have lbu
fur niauaifcd to protect property, the
Mutation in extrcmifly prfcnrloui, and
that a much lirjrev volume of water
tlmn appeared below Helena laM vearcem
Irevltnble, acoordln' to careful cbaerva
Hons made by him. Cnut. Whitlow re-w-lved
a dUpatuh vee'erday erenln;; from
Delta. Mia., liifofntiiijf ' him that the
water bad nlresdy done much damnire, and
that a rine of two or three inches more will
wild It over ttu levee in many places. At
Anitin. Mxty tnl!e below Memphis, the
levee In broken and the water i running
over into the town. The levees cave
wav ut the lr. Peter' plantation, a large
and noted plai-e Junt below f.'oiincil Bend,
and every ere ia In deep water and the
occupant fled. Rivermen believe that
the lower river will pa the hi).'hefct wuter
on rer-ord. The people, however, are bet
ter prepared for it than ever before,
a they are expecting it. Captain
Thorwetan declare the outlook !a hh bad
a be ever av, ws from all point on
tbet. Francis River nhows that the water
nottriiia down from the mnken lands and
la unlii:i!iiihed and the river Is still riolng
at every point. The Miflerinjr ninotii? the
inhabitanta in the mnk land must be ex
treme. They are berond the help of the
outer world And it will be week before all
their mlM-rr ran be learned. The destruc
tion In the bottom between !.idloD and
Hopefield continues to le very treat. In
iome places the overflow is" fiitecn feet.
Miles of teleirrnpb poles have been washed
away nnd buine is tran'aeted entirelv by
the w av of Little Kock. Advice received
from Vickbtiri' state that the
people living about there are feel
ing very despondent. LeveeJ contractors
"expressed tbcnielvea verv nuichdlfcour
aged with the outlook. They begin to
think that, notwithntanriing the'lr vigorous
efforts, tne elements will defeat all tbelr
purposes and destroy all their levee work
above and below lhf city. Xewi comes
from Arkaoa City that the water there Is
now within fourteen Inches of the highest
known. Parties from across the river nay
that the people over tbere are still confident
of the levees In front of them, though a lit
tle nervous from the reported heavy strain
on the work at Lake Bolivar.
Some of the people hi Arkansas City are
beginning to nv.tkc in'jtvlriet as lo the prob
ability of aid from the National Govern
nient in cae the worst comes. There is no
suffering yet, but there is bound tube if
the rise continues. All leading dealers in
the town are still doing business, though
all are invadtd by water from six to eigh
Hklesa, Ark., March .The river
rose a scant balf Inch (luting the past
twelve hours. It U thouxht the levees can
be held here now against probable emer
gencies, as tbey were maintained lat night
agitltist a terrible east gale that sent the
water dashing over in many places.
The situation Is still ' critical,
however, and there will be no
relaxing vigilance and labor to make every
thing compact and thoroughly seru-e.
Below Helena, the country is all under
water, from five to fifteen 'feet backwater
from t he Hubbard break appearing in tba
lower end of the city, but it will do no
damage. Unless other breaks occur there
will be no overflow in Helena. The Lang
ville River rose two inches last night. This
Indicates that the rise here will continue
Her Failure to Improve Freddie's
Trials and Disappointments.
Chicago, MarohS. The matinee given
by the l.atigtry company yesterday after
noon at Ilaverlv's, was la'rgely attended.
Mrs. Langtry shows no sign of improve
uieiit since her former appearance, aud to
see her do the same thing in precisely the
same way after an Interval of some weeks,
Induces a more pronounced suspicion than
before of what is . called "Parroting."
The audience was generally cold aud up
resootislve. Mr. (lebhsr'tlt appeared at
the Grand Pacific Hotel, much to the sur
prise of Sam Turner.
"Want a room!'" said the clerk.
''Ahem, aw, no," replied Mrs. Lang
try's escort. "Wo are stopping in our
palatial w.r, elegant Unrtei, I assure
yoir, quite sufficient and good enough for a
fellow , you know, liy the way. I sent my
man down to get Mrs. Lungtry's letters
and n trunk which w as sent by express, but
the awkward fellow had gone down to the
ship, ami he's down in the cabin of the
yacht Idler. Did you ever see such a
rumpus? It's a deuced pretty mess to put
a fellow Into at this time of dity, " then
Mr. Gebhardt went to the bar and called
for a drink of gin.
4 Resort lor YVeMtby ftporia Xear Biew
Nrw York, March 8. Henrietta Wllev,
a daughter of tho late Heurv Harbttck, on'eo
a prominent citizen of Sew York, lived In
the country seat of Jas. Connor, atvne
founder at Westchester. For some time
damaging reports have been In circulation
tu regard to Mrs. Wiley and her numerous
visitors, her house, It was said, having
been kept In n state of constant confusion bv
cnrouslni; parties of both men anil
wotneu from New York. A short time
since her friend made application to lite
court to have her case investigated, and if
Tte'esstiry have a eominlsslou take charge of
Mrs. Wiley nnd hor (n(atf) valued at jlfiO,.
OuO, The case came up before Judge
Dyninn, The testimony was interesting,
as It Implicates tunny prominent families of
this city. Mrs. Wiley employed some
fifteen servants, all of w hich were sworn.
Tho quantity or wines, Honors, cigars,
etc., which camo into thehotjse weeklv
was astonishing. The testimony showeil
that Mrs. Mlloy had been an hubltual
drunkard for years. Her appearance
was prepossessing, w hich seems to have
atlrietod the wealthy sports of Nuvr
. Tit Old, 01(1 Niory ot Murdtror.
$puinovikli), Mass., March 7. Joseph
II. Lnntnls w as bunged this morning for the
murder of David Scvott In Agitwatn. Two
hundred persons witnessed this execution.
J .omu Is supplemented his confession made
Wetlneidiiv by rending a statement on the
scaffold acknowledging tbe uiiiuu and attrU
touting It to rum.
JUIKO, FLMNIUP. FJ.IDAY
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL.
Progresa in the Star Route Trial.
Money in the Treasury-Political
: Nlar-Roat Trial,
Washington. 1). C, March flen.
A. Miles wus called to the witness stand
by the defense in the Ntar-Houte trial. He
testified that In the summer of ISTo be went
into the Tongue rlver.country. It ws
Just alter tho Custer massacre, and there
were few white settlers there except armv
attaches, who established a mall service'.
From twenty to sixty davs were
consumed in com urn ideating with
Washington. He remembered that John
Dorsey came to Ft. Keogb beforothe
Tongue Klver route was opened, thinking
that a route mlyht be established more di
rect than thut proposed. Witness sent out
an armed escort in the attempt to discover
such a route. The alvcmpt tailed, howev
er, and Dorsev returned to Bismarck.
Witness described the obstacles to the
establishment of a mall route arising from
tlw -.iiUtjr of Indtiius. Sometimes, he
said, wiilte men could pass safely over
the road, and again thev were
liable to be molested. He remembered
one occasion when the mall had been cap
tured. Witness bad called upon the postmaster-general
and one of bis assistants,
and had written letters through otHclal
channels recommending the establishment
and increase for the Tongue River route.
Gen. Miles produced a copy of the first let
ter he bad written in thut 'connection, but
it was excluded on account ot Its date. He
said he recommended the increase servico
because tbey onlv got mail onee a week
and were lucky to get that. He believed
be recommended a tri-weekly or
dally mail, so as to brin"
his command In closer communication with
the War Department and for the benefit of
the settlers. At times tbs route had been
of the greatest service often advising him
of the movement of Indians and enabling
him to anticipate them.
Nothing of importance was developed lu
the cross-exaniiuatlon, and after Itscondu.
sion, counsel spent some time in the custo
mary wrangle over official papers. Hanni
bal D. Sorton was then called. He had
been for six years thief of Finance di
vision in the third assistant Postmaster
General's office. He detailed the methods
pursued In that office in paying remitted
hue. George M. Sweenev, of the Con
tract Office, next appeared with a huge pile
of papers, being accounts of the deductions
fin ts and remission made unon nineteen
routes set out in ihe Indictment. Mr. Wil
son bepan to examine the witness
In connection with them. A recess was
falling en Ibe President.
Washington,- D. C, March 8. A
delegation of Chippewa Indians in charge
of the Kev. Ignatius Tomazln, now in this
city, called at Ihe White House and paid
tb.ir respects to the President.
The Malagavsy Eniors, accompanied bv
Secretary Freyilnghuvsen. Assistant
Secretary Daols, General Sherman and a
large party of Congressmen and others left
here on the United States steamer Dispatch
for a visit io Mt. Vernon.
V. AHtyoTOV, March 8. A statement
of the United States Treasurer shows gold,
silver and Snlted States notes In the Treas
ury as follows:
Gold coin and bullion. 15T,Tflt,7Rl; sll
ver dollars aad bulllen, fliH.O-.H.Uity;
fractional silver coin, 27tf,i3T,"W; United
Hates notes. iH7,23U,44l; total, fciiti.M.'.
020. Certificates outstanding. Gold,
H'U22,SW; silver, fc,im,3:.'0; currency,
Michigan (.reeu back era.
rKTRoiTt Mich., March 8. The
Gr :nback Stale Convention met at Lan
sing at noon. W. D. Fuller, of Neivargo,
was chosen temporary chairman. Alter
the appointment of the usual committees
thev adjourned to the afternoon.
1 here Is no doubt the proposition of the
Democrats yesterday for a fusion on an
evenly divided ticket for Supreme Court
Judges aud Kcgcuts f tho university will
A JILTED SUITOR
Gets Revenge bv Stealing His Intended'
LoctSvn.LK, March 8. Miss Snssie
Washington, a coquettish brunetre of Third
street, was to have been married yesterday
to Joseph K. Wingtitlr1 of Chicago, but the
event has been postponed
because of . a singular ao
currence, which is said to be a good lesson
for the heartless flirt. Up to Monday last,
Henry Barrett, a coal dealer, was her ac
cepted suitor, and the wedding prepara
tions were all In tne lnteret of his devo
tion, which was to be rewarded on Wednes
day. As he was saying good by to his affi
anced ibe suddenly altered ber munner,
and said that she did not
love him, but preferred the Chicago man
and would marry hi m Instead on Wed ties
dav. Barret was bo dazed that he went
off' without a word of protest. The next
dav he concluded to mako a last appeal,
and called at the house. Miss Washington
was out and be waited. Noticing through
the half npeu door that her bridal outfit
was lying on the bed, he conceived the
idea of spiriting the wedding clothes
away, thinking tbnt with "nothing
to wear" Miss Washington
would not stand before tho bridal altar at
tbo appointed hour. He accordingly
rolled them into a bundle and carried tbrih
off. Later on tho vexed beauty swore out
a warrant for his trres'l, but up
to to-day ho had not boon found. The
wedding with tho Chicago man has been
postponed, aud the outcome la awaited
Slow the Sick are Robbed by Doctor
and Drug flat.
Chicago, March 8. The exposure maria
of the practices of a number of physicians
who are otherwise reputable, ot entering
into eolluslon with favored druggists to roll
patients who apply to them, induced sever
al druggists and others to write, congratu
latory notes to the papers. One of thesn
druggists, calls attention to two prominent
physicians who have entered the fraudu
lent league; tho first with an olllce not far
Minnved from tbo cornorof Stntiand Ran
dolph and another In the vicinity of the L
land hotel. A prescription w ritten out by
the latter which would cost, it t
laid, 50 cents, ordinarily costs f 2 50 sttht
drug store where the pittlent has to take It,
at other druggists can't uuderstaud the
cipher formula. This glaring ivstem ot
robbery Is much more extensive than was
at first tupposod, and demands immndlul
investigation. Because apnis.n unfortu
nately get sick, and has to patronize a doc
tor or druggist. he is remorselessly robbed,
lie may not have muuh money at the time,
and may know some druggist who Is will
ing to trust hi in, but because that druggist
is not in league with the physician the
helpless sufferer has to borrow to buy his
medicine and nay an extra commission to
two thieves. It is not asserting an untruth
when it Is affirmed that the phvslclans who
thus plundered their patrons are stnong
the best and most prominent ia the city.
, A Lurge ('ontrltMsilosi.
Altok, lu,., March 8. One thousand
dollars has been ruised In the Alton Catho
lic diocese for tho flood stiff erors, and will
be forwarded by Bishop Bulb's. Further
contributions are to be made by the Ctuho
MOBNINO, 3IAHCH 9, 1H3
Lowtjow, March 8.-The sinking of the"
steamer Gloucester City was caused by a
eollisiou with the ice.
BKEACll OF PKoMIRR.
London, March 8. -The trial of the
action brought bv Miss Hyland against Mr.
Biggar, M. P., for damages for breach of
proile. has begun. Consel said tho
parties were Introduced In Purls by Patrick
London, March 8.-Wella A Co., of thu
Commercial Iron Works, Shore Ditch,
failed. Liabilities, iW,000.
lady dixik to paknell.
London, March 8. Lady Florence Dix
ie, in a letter lo the Times, charges Biggar
and Parnell as trustees of Land Leuguo
fund, have not accounted for 15-!,0oo. Sho
claims that while money is unaccounted
for, Parnell and bis followers have no right
to mock the sufferings of the distressed in
Ireland by their sham ehampionsUip ot a
. I RELAX Ik.
Lowno! . fare 8. -A cnrrernnrint
the Central News at Dublin states that tho
authorities expect to be able to impiirata
several meniDers or rarnament
suspected of connection with the
Limerick, March 8. Two hundred girls
have started from here for New Hampshire.
Almost the entire population assembled to
bid them good-bye.
London, March 8. The Times corre
spondent at St. Petersburg says a number
of important arrests have been made at
Moscow. The arrests a( due to the extra
vigilance of the police, owing t the near
approach of the coronation of the Czar.
1 here is no reason to believe in any special
plot to prevent the coronation.
Berlin. March 8. Negotiations between
Russia and the Vatican", have so far pro
gressed that twelve vacant Polish Sees will
be filled on the 15th.
Paris, March 8. To one of the afflda
vits forwarded from London for the pur-
Eose of proving that Frank Bvrne was in
ondon on May 6, when the Phtrnlx Park
murder were committed, is appended a
telegram from London, signed bv Byrne,
of that date, amounting tha release of
Michael Duvilt from Portland Prison.
THE SOCIALISTS DETERMINED.
Paris. March 8. The Socialists are de
termined to bold their meeting on the F.s
planade des Iuvalldes to-morrow, not
withstanding the Government has given
notice of its intention to suppress it. A
riot will probably result.
A Proposed New Line-A Rate War
Indianapolis, Ivd., March 8. Super
intendent J. A. McLeod, of the Chicago
Air Line, was in the city to-day. He per
fected arrangements for tho accommodation
of the Union Depot, and concluded
snarrangeinent with General Manager
Thomas, of the Bee Line, for term
inal faetHtlos. The Air Line will use the
Bed Line tracks from Massachusetts aveuue
and their freight dcr .t, the Wabash being
unable to accommodate tbem. This will
give tbem access to all the Union Company
facilities. The line w ill be opened about
A NKW ROAD.
It Is understood that W. R. MoKeen.
President of the Vaudalla Line, is the chief
mover in the construction of a new rosi
from Brazil down through Washington
county to the Ohio and MissUsipi road,
thus tapping the richest wml field In the
State. A party is uow engaged in survey
itig the Hue.
"Another passenger rate war is threatened
here by the well-founded rumor that the
Vaudalla and Chicago and Alton roads are
selling tickets by scalpers, and the Missouri
Pacific has instructed iu agents to pay
commissions to scalpers. In view of this
fact the Indiana, Blooralngton and Western
and Wabash people sre threatening not on
ly to pay commissions but also to open
their outside ticket olHcei.' This Is a later
al development of the rate war which began
at Columbus, Ohio, yeserday,bet wean the
Pan-Handle people on the eue side and the
Indisna, Bloomington and -Western and
Baltimore snd Ohio on the other.
Warm Debates in Both Houses Appropria
tions for the Unfortunates.
8pf.inofield, III., March t.--ln the
Senate this morning the special order was
postponed for the reconsideration of the
vote by which the bill for taxing express
companies fall id to pass. The reopening
of the question occasioned another ex
citing dsbate which occupied tho full limit,
thirty mluutcs, given to each member on
any question. The supporters of the bill
where Messrs. Whiting, Hamilton and
Lanlng, through the efforts of whom
the bill was sent to the Committee on Ju
diciary. The Senate went into executive
session. The nominations of Messrs. Brain
ard .Lewis and Stratton were confirmed ; also
that of Rumsey as South Park Commis
sioner at Chicago, and Williams as Public
Admlnlftrator of Calhoun county. A bill
providing for filling county offices made
vacant during the term or office passed
the Senate. A large number of bills were
read and referred. A motion that when the
Senate adjourns to-day It be to nviet to
morrow ut9:30 a. m wus carried. The
special order was taken tin at VI o'clock,
the subject being the contingent expenses
of the State. Several Senators were
ready with suggestions for retrenchment.
The bill was considered by sections and
amendments were offered. The bill was
still under discussion at 12:40, wbon the -Senate
After a warm debate in the House the
bill rm king an appropriation of $10,000 for
the victims of tho Diamond Mine disaster,
with W.000 more for the Coulterville suffer
ers, was passed, and the Shawnoetown and
Rose Clare appropriation bills were ordered
to third reading. Tho bill- appropriating
$8,000 as a reimbursement for the levee at
Wound City was sont to a committee on
Municipal Affairs, Repftrts ot committees
were received, of fvhlca'a number were t-
bled and othera were reported favorably.
The House adjourned.
The Illlnnl Intftna.
Erotic, ILL., March 8.-The trustees of
the Northern Hospital for thelnsaue, lo
cated here, held their quarterly meeting
Qoaru aiscusseu aisomeiengm
the flUestion Of inaklnir rnnm fnr new easos
There are now in the hospital (WO eases,
and its capacity is overtaxed, Within a
few wo'ks the Superintendent has been
compelled to refuse admission tounmcrous
appllcruiii, It was finally decided to get
rid ot Incurables as fast as posslblo, and
eleven of such were ordered returned to
the place they were sent from forthwith.
Of this number four are from Will county.
The superintendent will further thin out the
army of demented, that new oases wherein
there Is ground for hone for restoration to
reason, may be admitted tor treatment. 1
Gov, Crittenden on WednudaV signed,
the pardon ot Clarence Hlle, who pleaded
guilty of robbery at the febrtiarr term
of the Davleat County Circuit Court, ia
THE NASHVILLE FIRE.
Searching for the Bodies of the Musing
Narhvii i.k, Tknn.. M fell '8. At 8:.T0
this morning search lor the bodle of the
missing men in th- I'.-hris of the ILoad
street lire last nlL'lit, in .-.m. ihe n-ni:iltis
of a voting siii.it n'mut ;:u years old were
totlliil, and since have ln-en Ulniiitici! us
'Jiioiiiiis Almiiai k, a 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 , 1 i-. a few hours
later the bodies of Win, Miller, a hoiler
maker, and John Fritii. a ionncr police
man, were taken from the ruins, i'tiu
three men were crushed to death bv the
falling wuil of l.ltteicr' drug siore. while
In the net of rescuing pi'opcrr from the ail
joiiiini,' building during the lire ubout 10
v'clock last night.
The Malno . Senate on We.liies.luv passed
the liill making the punishment of murder
Jny Gould snd family left New York oil
We.hnfr.day evening lor u pleu-ure trip to
The antl-monopoll-ts of Nebraska huve
raised ia,0'Ki to publish a new morning
paper at Lincoln.
In tho Arkuiisu House of Kepresentu
.tives on vVednoduy, the bill compelling
all railroads to reduce passenger tares was
It is stated that Prince Gortschakoff ' Ill
ness Is duo to the recent uttempt to poison
him. TheGenuuu police are making In
All the furnaces' and r illing mills: and
other work of tha Bo'blehcm Iron
Works, of Allentown, Pa,, employing
3.UHI men, started work ab',iiu on Wednes
day. T'!re broke out at 0:.10 o'clock on Wed
nesday nU'ht In the wind ,:tlu drug houso
of 1, litem & Co. , Nar.hv.lie.Temi. The
loss is i.'im.tioo; iiwuruucc JliVJUO. The
origin Is not known.
The Coroner's verdict in tho ensr, nf
I Hunter, whose mangled bodv w as found In
: the water-tank at M.i-sillon. (1.. reeenth-
cbarges Hunter's wife, her pur.imour, her
daughter, and her father with murder.
Trade between Gertnnnv and Italy is
growing so fast that the is't. Gothard rail
way is running extra. Tbo increase is
mostly coal and Iron, of which F.nglniid has
hitherto had a practical monopoly 'in Italy.
In Cleveland on Wednesday afternoon,
William Lvon, ,V years old. shot a woman
from wliotn he was divorced five years ago,
inflicting u severe, perhaps fatal wound,
and then put u bullet through bis own
The Democratic State convention of
Michigan on Wednesday afternoon nomi
nated John W. Cbamplln, of Grand
Rapids, forjudge of the mi preme Court.
and Arthur L. . Clark, of Jvinilao i
county, lur regcut of tbo Mate Universi
ty. In a court room In Texarkan.t, on Wed
nesday, C. E. Dixon, Slieriif of Miller
county. Ark., shot A. L. Johnson through
the heart, killing him instantly. The men
had a standing grudge against each other
for some time growing out of gambling
An aMemnt was made by four despera
does on Wednesday night to rob the mail
train on the Little ltock and Fort Smith
Railroad near Van Buren. Arkansas.
They failed in tha altemiit. W killml C
ductor John Came and Uukem.iu Milt Les
ter, w ho gave the alarm. The railroad
company offer a reward of ,V0"j and
Crawioid c-iuntv one of $1,01)0 for the cap
tvre of the vlllians.
Alexander Stephen' Funeral.
Atlanta, .March 8. The Stephen mem
orial rei viees cgall ill l . The alleinliilice
wa overwhelming. Many delegations of
cilien and inil.tary are here fi '.mi uiffer
enc pari oftbe Mite, .-peeches were made
by Jlariin J. Crawford, (ieu. Toombs,
Gen. Jackson, Jicu itor Brown, Col. Jones,
Attorney-General Andersjn, Dr. Miller
aud ex-Gov. isniiih. Tile luu-rul is ut
three. Dr. Tuim.igtj will make ouu of the
::ui 8, iss3.
nOGS-Qulet, steady ami unchanged;
light h nii'(ti; 13: mixed packing .Writ
7 K: heavy packing and shipping ?7 yjf
CATTT.T Active; 1015 higher; ex
ports .i -JVrr good to choice ship
niitg .;j i-'ti 'J5; common to fair Vri
6 on; butcher's fi BUfaJ; stockere
13 oOfaJ 00.
CATTLE Light shipping r mSTS;
Heavy dipping steers V t.V(l .VI; Good to
ntiuie name cows and hellers l 3.Va"0(i
Native steers and heifers W JOtoiUU: Cows
aud calves rl UO fttiO 00.
HOGS -strong aud higher; active ship
ping demand. Light to good Yorkers
$0 '.Hi's; lti; heavy $7 ii'i; butchers
to extra 47 20fa" 00; skips and culls " 83
8IIEEP Good to fuller $1 T.VSn:
medium to fuirt3 73fSi SO; Texan fcl OO.'u)
Chlcajo-Whent n 08V April, fl 1,1'f
May, ifi It. lime. Corn 57. ' March, 37 '
April. i. 'n 'i Muv, n-2'i June, t.'l',fli'
July. Outs April, iV, May, 44 June
It) e lower, tW.' May.
WIIEAT-Closed H 12 March, $1 inv
April, Hid May, $1 13.S June, 10'JV
COUN'-M'. March, 50 April, STKfSH
Mav. 67ti June. (Hi Julv.
OAiS13'' March, iM AprU, 4
WHEAT Less active at .rS' lower;
No. 1 white ,l ltl. No. 2 red April l nra
X; Mr .1 2.1Si'ffiS'; June $1 W-'iYaOX ;
Mtirclrl it bid, ! 21V asked.
U)JL'--Iull; '.rrfV lower; mixed West
ern-spot UmTA; do futures 0'ui72 V.
OATS HftfV lower; Western 3.(309.
, ST. LOUIS.
BUTTEU Crtumery at 33(.18 for choice
and fancy and ui(a.',U for seconds. Dairy
SfWM for choicn and fancy; uiedittm (over
sailed, streaked, or mixed) 'MaU; com
mon to medium IJ'20. Northern roll
?uiet choice ut aoai.'l ; off gratles range at
"taiO. Near-by make not so plentiful,
and choice ready sale ut Ufa 17; low grudts
EfiGS Steadv, nnd moderately active at
HSTrflS; Irregtiliir pks., Hrulloss. Goose
eggs n inibi'il ai 40.
POl'LTRY-DKESSED-Turkeyi In ur
gent demand at 17(ffilSo per pound: Chick
ens steady and In la'r demand at tJO330 for
small to medium; $3 7.)f?i4 for choice, and
$1 W for fancy ; Ducks Wti4 23 for small
to $3 for choke large; Geese runge at $A(a
4 to Wti-'l for small and rough to choice
large andat. I.lvo Chickens In liberal
offering and easy mixed $3 75i4; and bens
$4 Wrtoi fiO; Tui Vevs lu demand Hens and
small gobblers $2(S 13, large gnbblers$-W
18; Uoeso lraii, nnd Ducks $34.
Weather in Englntut, hoavy snow storms.
Good mixed American corn off coast de
clluert lid. Ketl w litter wheat. London
to arrive declined foot wheat qulctj
Ko, '.spring Us 3dt No. 8 spring Bstkii
Wosteru winter Os M, Mixed Ainerlosn
ooro dull and easier at 0s4d. Ihtmand
trout VTultad Kingdom and Coutiaetit dull
(or wheat ami eorn. '
That'll a common expres
sion and has a world of
meaning. I low much suf
fering i3 summed up in it
The singular thing about
it is, that pain in the back
h occasioned by somany
things. May be caused by
kidney disease, liver com
plaint, consumption, cold,
work, ncrvou3 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 a.9
Brown's Iro Bitters, and
it does this by commencing
at the foundation, and mak
ing the blood pure and rich.
Lfjamport, Ind. Dec. i, tS8a
Tar a long time 1 have been a
i-altcrcr from tiomach and kidney -disease.
M y appetite was very poor
snd the very small amount 1 aid eat
disagreed w.th me. 1 wat annoyed
very much from non-retention of
urine, I tried many tcmedict with
no turceM, until I uved Brown't
Iron liittert. bince I used tlut my
ttomacti dues not boiher me any.
liJnsy trouble it no more, and my
pneral health is such, that I feel
like a new man. After the use of
trown'i Iron Bitters for one month,
I have g.iacd twenty pounds in
weight. 0. B. Smuunt.
Leading physicians and
clergymen use and recom
mend Brown's Ikon Bit
ters. It has cured others
suffering as you re, and it
will cure you.
Keml and Circulate.
The Illinois Central:!- it-xv
Will sell si.y of Its r-mslMtie Innds St one dot
lar per sen, ess thuv the prei t (.r e s. from this
time until thu fir-tilu of Otni.ir. I.ss4. Alter
lb it d.it lb proccM ,r. u- v;ll tie resioied. A I
who desire t. niiciiu-ts hliDuid avtt-l ttio.iia lesor
Ihit Ilbural offer at. oiire. P. I'AUUY,
La ml (. oiuuiitsjoaur
Foi psrtlc'i'sr inqnlre of
M. K ATEIIV Y 4 0 ..
gts. for 1. C. It. K. Lands,
SH JTJ f-J
'hop on Ha litlay Aveutte, between r.mrth sod
Sixth htreets, Csiro, Illinois
I'yAU kinds r I I'ght sm) hesvy hlsck smithing,
wugnoaud rarrlsgc wjrk rloni) In the niort woik
msaltko insiieer. It rse-shoeluc a "penalty and
aatilsctionguaiat tied. .
pjf.,. IE. INOE,
Msnttfscttiror sod Dealer lu .
(th Btrees, bstwsen CoavT Art. aad Lesou. .iV
CriOXB BORIKG L fVmKLtt
AM. K(SIU Of AMWmOJI. VV
IMm Bsbei, All Xli4e ol Kurt sta4s.