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rhoea, Jaundice, '
Impurity of the ,
Mood, Fever snd
and all Disease
3 caused by Da
rangement of Llyer, Ilowel and KJdnejr.
SYMPTOMS OF A DISEASED LITER.
Had Breath ; fain in ths bide, sometimes th
pain U fell under the Shoulder-blade, mntaltea for
Kheumatitni ; general low of appetite ; liowels
generally costive, eomeiimet allernaiing with Uif
tli head is troubled with pain, la dull and heavy,
with considerable Inn of memory, accompanied
with a painful temation of leaving undone something
which ought to have been dune; a alight, dry cough
and flushed (act tt sometimes an attendant, often
aiituken fur coniumption; the patient complain
of wearineu and debility; nervous, entity iUrtled;
feet cold or burning, sometimes a prickly aematioa
of the akin caiata; apiriit are low and despondent,
and, although aatitfied that eaertiae would b bene
ncial, yet one can hardly tunimon up (urliuide to
try It io (act, dittriuta every renirly. Several
of the above symptom, attend the diteaix, but cates
have occurred when but few of then exutrd, yet
examination after death hai ahowa the Uver to
have been extensively deranged.
It (hould be used by all persons, old aad
young, whenever any of the alter
rnnont Traveling or living In Un
healthy Localities, by uking a Hots oiraaion
ally to keep the Ijver in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria, lillloua attacks, Uiitinew, Nau
tea, lrowtinnt. Depression of bpinta, etc. It
will invigorate like a glata of wine, but la no In
If You have eaten anything hard ot
digestion, or fcei heavy after meaii, or steep
les at sight, ukt a duae and you wiU be relieved.
Time and Ioctora' Hill will he saved
by always keeping the Itegulatvr
Io the House I
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thormigMy
aafa purgative, alu-rallve and tonic can
never be out of place. The remedy i harmless
and doea not luterfere with bualuesa or
IT IS PrREtT VEGETABLE.
And has all the power and efficacy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurkiua after eflecu,
A fiovernor' Testimony.
Simmoni Liver Regulator hit been in uk in my
family fur tme time, and I am tatiincd it it a
valuable addition to the medical Kicnce.
J Gill bHoaTKP, tiovernor of Ala.
Hon. Aletamler II. Mrplieria, of Ga.,
aaya: Have derived n.e benelii from the ute of
Simmon Uver Regulator, and win to give it a
."iTh onl7 " t,,at n'1,
Relieve." I have uv-d rnany reined for Dyv
peptia. Liver Affection and debility, but never
haw found anything to benefit me to the extent
bimmom Liver Regulator hai. I ent from Min.
aesou to Georgia for it, and would v-nd further for
audi a medicine, and would advike all who arc sim
ilarly affected to rive it a trial aa it tccmi the only
thing that never laiii to relieve
P. M. Jannkv, Minneapolis Minn.
Dr. T. W. Slaaon aaya I From actual ex.
periencc in the use of Simmoit tjyer Regulator in
y practice I have been and am atijfil to use
aad prescribe it aa a purgative medicine.
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and Signature of J. II. ZEILIV A to,
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QEORGE II. LEACH, M. !).
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention paid to the Homeon'hle treat
m. nt of surgical diseases, and disrasss of woman
Office: On 14lh straet, opposite the Poet O.U e.
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he city national bank.
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Con duo ted.
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Oar loadw a Specialty.
Cor.Twelf'tli Street and Leyee.
DA IT ,
How Egyptian Murderers arc
Tht Cuitom of Appealing to
Murderer"! Friends and
Xrw York, Mun h . -Mall advlr from
Cairo, Kftypt, 'iml.T ilate of FfliruarT 1ft,
Jyi " Till li;;!(il. . HlMltBIICrld to tll'ltlll
by tlie Alexandria unml-iiittltlitl for huvin
raataacrcd lu i-iUin at TMitta liint aiiininiT
r Im Iiih exHciilrd nn public market days
t thf jit wlicre the crlirifl e're)
commit U d. Seven of tbe D)itkfctoM
bavit tlrcitil) I.hcii hanged durinir
tha pa.t week. One of them,
who mtmlred four F.ur'.ieri. JncltitlliiK
Utile trtrl teara old, trlt:d to exciti
the avmpatby of the Ih ktirjrien iy w lzliijc
bU little child In IiIh arms jiiKt before
mounting the w.-ttfTold and sboiitliiL'
"niizzloom!" l((iitfyii)( "victim of in.
ItiHtii-e. ' ' Thene tMi-titinni ire carried on
in tht prcf nee of Hrltlub and Kyptlan
troopj to bo are neccnaarr to prevent the
crimluali from lieinjc act fn-a by tbe
moU. The baiiKineu are Aruba, cttipcn
ten by trade, who perform the operation
very adroitly, The drop la about Ave feet,
and in every cae the neck la broken. LaM
WedneHkay a Beduoln named Half-he Nourl
wa hHiiKcJ at "iidnt for havlnjf cut the
throat of an Kt'yptlHii tobacco merchant
because he aked toobljrh a price for Syrian
tobacco. Tbe execution, unlike thone at
Tanta, waa carried out in a
purely KKyptlan manner. Tbt
Cadi of the town trnt down under the iihade
of a lar((e accacla tree. All the notables of
Sldut were preaent. On the Cadl'i ti(ht
were teuted the family of the murdered
man. At Mime dUtanee, and on the Cadl'i
left, wvre the family of the murdorer. The
few Kirytian policemen kept the ground.
The murderer waa brought before the Cadi
A fTfiONO, TABnKI) ltOI'K
around hla neck. Tbe Cadi turned to the
oldcat male member of the family of the
murdered nutii and akedblm: '"'Will you
and your family pardon the murderer?''
The reply was:' "No: never, let bin mii
be upon bl bead!" The Cadi remained
llent for two or three minute. The
oldeatmale memUr of the family of the
murdereJ then presented a petition written
Id nnely executed flourliihei to tbe Cadi, re
oiioitlnif tha. he deliver it to the famtlv of
tbe murdered man. " he Cadi turned' to
the oldcat man of the family of the mur
dered man, auit 'atked hiui:
"Will vott accept tbli pe
tition, which humbly aaki ou tofortlve
Halebe Nourt for hi great crime?" The
reply was: "No; we will not accept It. "
The Cadi then made a xign with bin bund,
and the end of tbe rope tbat wai looped
around Helebe N'ouri t neck waa pawed
over a branch of tbe accacla tree. Four
Araba pulled at tbe rope and Halebe Nourl
the murderer, w bone face, by tbe wav,
wai no blindfolded, waa hauled up
to the bough of tbe tree,
Leavlaa; lb reMTal for a raahloatable
Washivotok, Maroh 8. A certain
Coni;reman from Penniylvanla teema to
vhave been fretting hltn.eif dlaliked by the
Catholic of this vlolnlty bv bit eourae
toward a nun In a oouvent 'in (jeorgetown.
The nun In queatlon is Siater Lorenxo, who
formerly lived at Beading, Pa. Recently a
member of Conirrei from that State viMted
the convent wkh tome ladies who had
known the alster when the wai kjtown bv
the eupbonloui name of Mlis Smith at
home, and in conversation aiked her if ibe
would like to return home. Tbe talk
eemed to revive old times In the mind of
the l.ter who waa finite a belle when at
home, and he town horrified the member
of the order by telling them ibe waa
dlsiatlofled and wanted to go borne and
quit tbe convent. Thev tried to persuade
her ajjaitiit it. but to no avail, and he.
visiting the HUhop,peruaded him to remit
her vow and allow her to ge to tbe world
again. Meantime the has fallen heir to
some $20,0u0, and reports from Heading
state that she has reente.ad socletv and i
llkelv to marry. The eae Is uc6 in un
usual one that It haa created a good deal of
gontp among the faithful here. While no
word of reproach ts uttered, the couwe
of the Congreaimen referred to la not
looked upon with any marked degree of
Repairing the Picture In lb Rotunda
ol to ltol.
Washivotox, Murcb 9. Three of the
large hiitoricul paintings in the rotunda
of the Capitol are to be
"rebackod" bv Barlow, tbe artist. A
home nearly thirtv-llve feet square In
which tbe artist have to do this w ork has
been erected in tbe rotunda, and vet It
does not uppearto take up much space.
One scarcely rellzei the blgncKS of the
Capitol until he slops to think that a good
big house erected in a single compartment
of it is scarcely thought at all iu the wav.
The work of replacing the canvas on theie
Pictures is a difficult one, the picture being
laid fae down on the stone tables and the
canvas ruboed down to a paper tblcknens
with pumice stone, after which a new can
vas is glued on the back and the picture re
framed. Cabinet Heeling.
Wasiunutov, March 9. The Cabinet
meeting wa attended bv all the members
except the Pont muster-General.
Arrangements were coiulderod for filling
tbe exiting vacancies In the civil service.
The President reappointed Nat. P. Hanks
I'nlted Mates Marshal of Hoston, Mass.
Ills present term of office will expire on
Monday next. The Presldeat also ap
pointed Joseph H. McQcOee United State!
Marshal for the Western District of Mis
souri. vlceC. C. Allen, resigned, and John
T. Hull, Hocelver of Public Money at
Jackson, Minn., viceA. N. Kimball, im
pended. H tar-Boat Trial.
M'ashii OTON. March 9. In the sine.
Route trial, Wilson returned tho Introduc
tion of ofticlul records of flneiand remis
sions from the contract office.
The entire morning session was eon
summl In this tediout work, which win
Interrupted utter recess to allow of the
examination of Senator-elect Thnnms M.
Howen, of Colorado, He proceeded to
give an acconut of the developcmcnt of
Colorado, the extenilon of railway
conunuiilcatiorm, the growth of the cattle
interest and the state of mail facilities.
Thrown from Hla Horse and Killed.
ALTON, III., March. 9.-The dead bodv
of a man was found at Smith's l.itke In the
American Bottom, teven miles below here,
Thursday evening. It was recognized as
tbat of Frank Konch, a farmer living In the
neighborhood. He had evidently been
thrown off bit horse while riding hear the
water as he wai men by severs! partlet In
Tha Hlaeln Olrl'a Ratarn.
Br. LouiH, March O.MIs Fannl
Klrchhoefer, the young girl who hat burn
lulsslug tlnou February i-'l, and whose ab
sence oaused considerable talk, ha re
turned home, fen has little to say about
hor disappearance and sppears to think It
neda so explanation . W bare the has beta
has tot Jfrt been autedt
CAIRO, fLUNOIP, SATURDAY
, ' A MURDERESS.
A Religious Finnic Kills Her Mistress and
Philadelphia, Maroh . A Orman
errant girl, Catherine Metzgar, In tb
employ of amuei Msv, attempted to mur
der Mrs. May and the latter' child thi
morning. 8hs aulted ths former with a
batebnt and fractured the skull of the child
with bottle. It I believed Mrt. May
Will recover. Tha child will die. The girl
eame from Germany three months ago and
gives no other reason for her murderous
assault than tbat she was directed by some
unseen power la a dream to ooinmit tbe
deed. No doubt she Is Insane.
Ont Mm Killed snd Three Othsrs Seriouslj
PlTTanuna, March 9.-A terrible ei-plo-Ion
of dynamite, reanlilog in ( Instant
death of one man and lerlous inju
ries to three other, occurred this
morning at nine o'clock at Fleming's stone
quarry, at Dead Man's llollew, near Mc-
urry, at ueu Man's llollew, near 31c
ieeseport, I'a. It appears that buniel and
Keeseport, I'a. It appei
George Hennlnger, Noble Gllky, ami an
unknown colored man were at work In the
quarry, and one of them attempted to thaw
out a can of dvnuuilte, used for blasting
purpoies, which bad froxun. An explosion
followed with a loud report, scattering the
rock and earth In every direction. Daniel
Hennlnger was killed outright and Ueo.
Hennlnger and the colored man were so
badly injured tbat they will die. Noble
Oilky was also hurt, but his wound were
of such nature that be was able to go borne
' A Story that Reads Like a Romance-
New York, March 9. A story that
read like a romance comes from the Chil
dren'sAid Society. James Anderson, a
New York merchant, failed in lH5i. J lis
three children, William. Michael (Jeorze.
snd Margaret, ago eight, ten and fourteen
years respectively, were placed in good
homes In Michigan In the following year by
the Children's Aid Society, through iu
agent, the Kev. J. 1. Hoot. Frequent re
port were received from them from time to
time. The girl died, but tbe boy grew to
manhood and entered the array'. Receiv
ing honorable discharges at tbe
close of the war thev returned to their
homes in Michigan, where one married and
built up a good legal pructloe. Tbe other
it a farmer. Their Interest In the Children 't
Aid Societv was kept, up bv correspond
ence, and In 1STU one of lbs brothers called
at the oftioe on a visit east, before going
back to Michigan. It now appears tbat by
tbe death of Michael Hoot In mi, in Edin
burgh, Sootlaud. three ohlldren fell heirs
to an estate worth several million of dol
lars. The former ajr. at of ths locietv.
Rev. Mr. Root, called at the office of the
looiety last week to gather facts prepara
tory to claiming the estate In behalf of the
THE FREE PASS SYSTEM.
It is Proposed to Abolish it in New York.
Albany, March 9. The ipedy favora
ble report of the Menste Ballroad Commit
tee on Mr. Grady's bill prohibiting rail
road companies from granting free passes
to any person except their employes cre
sted wild surprim in tbe Senate, and a
contemptuous smile was teon on several
eountenanoes. At the same time that tbe
bill was being reported. Mr. Benedict,
chairman of the Asustnbly Committee
on Railroads, Introduced it in
that body. The bill was referred to
Mr. Benedict's committee, and will be re
sorted to the House. The imilei of
derision that greet the measure are teen on
tbs faces of a few uatbiuklng men. Other
see another tide of it, and a few foreie an
agitation to come which will put an end to
the practice of giving and taking free panea
entirely. The bill provide that "no rail
road company, or other tramportatlon
company doing business in this Stat shall
grant free passes or ticket at a discount,
or for service, or for any
othr consideration over or upon their
route, except to tbslr regular employe or
other railroad official or railroad hands.
lYovlded, that nothing herein shall bs con
strued to forbid such railroad or transpor
tation company from granting commutation
or reduced-rate tickets, but In such case
such tickets shall he furnished the public
alike and without discrimination for or
against any person. A violation of the act
ts made a misdemeanor, and Is punlibtthle
a tuch, and the violator is liable in a
civil action for damages to tb person ag-
frieved in the turn of li'.VJ for each offense,
'here Is also an addltloal penalty of IfriO,
half of which Is to go to the informer,
and the act I to go Into effect June
1, 1(183. All member of tbe Legislature
now get passes and use them freely. A
near as can be a.sccrtalned. ten of the l.W
members of the Senate and Assembly actu
ally send back tbetr free passes and travel
on their mileage allowance. Of the rest,
one can find, perhaps, fifteen or twenty
who will entirely Justify the use of passes',
a many more who have no opinions about
tbe question, and about one-half of the
whole who feel a little ashamed but use free
passe because It has been the custom to do
so. The standing of the members might bo
tabulated something like this:
Men who pay as they go 10
Deadheads ou principle .''
Men who don't care i'l
Ashamed, but lacking vertebrae 'M
Slave to custom Hi
An Artreae IMvoree.
Ntw York, March ft. A decree no ab
solute divorce In favor of Lillian Bell
against her huiband, Dlgby B. Hell, the
actor and singer, has boen entered In the
Buperlor Court. Mrs, Boll was formerly
a Miss Brooks, and ha appeared In con
cert under tbe stngn name of Lillian llcll
Brook. Dlgby Boll has been connected
with the Bllou Opera Trounn, and played
at Daly 'a TlieaUr in "The Passing Ileirl
ment." The parties have been married
for several year, and the divorce which
has been procured Is on tha ground of
adultery. The decree allows Mr. Bell Io
marry again, and alto allows her a vearly
alimony of $U00.
Tit Foroman In tha Tlltoii-Reecher
Xiw Yon:, March). Chester Carpen
ter, who wa foreman of th Jury in llie
notorlou Tllton-Beecher trial and one of
the moat zealous of Beecher's friend in the
001 died luddenlv at hit home, i)i
aiy itreet, from heart dleae. He was
ihort, atout man with a smooth face and
longhair. He wa a flour merchant, but
the tlx month trial lerlously Interfered
with hie business, and for some time after
word ha wa in flnanolal strain. He be
came a regular attendant of Befcber's
church after tha trtnl.
A B,0 Mr. ,
Dknver, Col., March 9. A Are atB'j
on Vlit tblt morning dtroyd a block of
eight buildinf,lnoludlnf Heller AHallavlti
bank. ,0 f3OW0
MORNING. MARCH 10,
A FEMALE LOBBYIST.
Downfall of Eugenia Motel, a Noted
Wasbixoton, Maroh Report front
Boston show that Sugenla Moselev, the fe
male lobbyist, who hld luch hlgbwr
her last winter, ha been found gulliv of
Intent to defraud by cheating a hotel out ef
a board bill, and will probably go to the
work-bone. It Engeni bad btlf an hour
In Washington th would ralie th money
to pay ber flu la chart order. At least
he did sueoeed la paring board
bill and other demand while here in a
very remarkable manner. For a long time
she boarded at th Xbbett House, the highest-priced
betel in th city, except Worm
lev's, and wai the uioolate of th families
of senator and repretentatlvei. Not only
was the tbelr asioclau, but tbty mid her
their friend, and In aome eaaei'tbitr con
fidant. On little Instance which came to
th knowledge of your correspondent show s
ber reinarkible power. A lady of high
standing, wife of a Congreistnsn, went to
her one day at th hotel and told her she
wa In great trouble. "What It the mat
terr" atked tbe fair Ingenie. 'Whv, mv
son has gotten Into trouble," responded
the lady, "and I want to get htm out of it.
It will uke $300. I don't want to go t i hi
father for it, and I don't know wbsra to go
but to you. Could you lend It to roe for a
few days?" "Certainly," cam the replv,
with the greatent composure; I haven't
it with me at thi moment,
but I will tend right
out and get it." Not a dollar had t1ii
woman of tbe lobby, but the knew tbat if
ibe failed In thi emergency ber prestlce
and power wr gone, if she won shs would
have a powerful lever for use Id her busi
ness. So b ealmly said, "I will send out
and get it." In five mlnutet a bov was
flying to th navy department with a' brief
note which read: "I want $A00 at once
send It to me." In ten minutes a man.
pale with rage and auppreised excitement,
at trembling at hi deik with Mot .'lev's
not crushed In his band. But in an hour
Mosely bad the money. She won, hut in
an evil hour she overstepped the mark,
and, attemptlngto bulldoze the aged solici
tor of the 1 reasury, Kenneth Raynor, got
bis South Carolina blood up, and he or
dered her out of the Treasury, expo;ed
her as a lobbyist and blackmailer and she
was forced to leave tbe town.
Important Proceedings The Old Lincoln
CrRiNGFiBLP, III., Maroh S. The
Senate received a House bill for the relief
of the Braldwood sufferer, which bv
unanlmoui content was read a first time
ordered to a secnud reading. A large
number of report! from committees were
received, many of wblob were laid on the
table. Other were ordered to a second
reading. Tbe finished butlnest was at
once resumad. Tbe consideration of the
bill for appropriation for state contingent
expenses oouiipied some time. Manv
amendmen's war offered on the different
lections, most of which wer lost. The
amendment to appropriate $8,000 to extend
the legal library of the First District was
carried after an extended discussion in
which Senator Campbell left th chair to
lead. Amendment to other tectlon wer
offered, nd at last after two
hour hard work on th subject
th bill wa ordered to third reading. At
11:45 a. m. the ususl Friday struggle for
djouninient began, but the regular order
wat continued. The bill to remilat th
liabilities of Fire Insurance Companies was
maae a spectai order for Wednesday
morning at 11 o'clock, and the bill to rev.
late the management of the Are Insurance
companies wa mad th special order for
ii ruiieauaj at 11 ;ou a, m.
In tae House the bill aonronriailnff tv
000 for the rllf of the Bote Clare lufferen
nss advanced to a third reading and paused
with the emergency clause. A resolution
waapessed requesting the Governor to
correspond with Hon. Robert T. Lincoln,
with a view to purchasing the old Lincoln
homestead for a Memorial Rail t contain
the celebrated old rifal collection of Lin
coln mementoes. Mr. Qulnn introduced
a resolution for Information from th Gov
ernor In regard tc tbe silarirs and per
quliitles of the employ of tbe Mate Insti
tutions. Passed. A considerable amount
of work waa done on the calendar hsfer
A SENSATIONAL SUIT.
How an Uncle and His Nephew's Wife Made
Levete Eaoh Other.
Ngw York, March 9. Increaaing In
terest Ii manlfeited la th trial of the suit
of Edward Sohnell to recover SflO.Oon dam
age from his unci, Frederick Blohtn. for
the alienation of the affeotloni of his wife,
whioh 1 In progress In the Brooklyn Circuit
Court before Jtut!oe Cullen, and a Jury.
The court-room wu crowded all day bv
those w bo desired to hr the lotmwha't
tplcy tettlraony. Mr. Honnell tteadllv re
main in court. SamPrloc, a boot-black
and private messenger In the Twentv-nlnth
Precinct Police Station, New York,' testi
fied that be followed old Mr. Blobm and
Mrt. Schne.ll. He taw them In Central
Park together. They were Mated on th
grim and Blohm had hi around hli fair
companion' waltt. H bad also caught
them kissing each other. Witness said Urn
couple selocted very icquettered spots to do
tholr billing and coolngf after which thev
went to the dairy and
INDULGED IN MILK AND ICI C'ltF.AM ,
On July 8, 18812, Price followed Blnhra
and Mr. Sohnell to tb park. He hid
himself behind a bench and watched them.
He taw the old man hug and kiss the ladv,
and heard Mrt. Schnell say that her hu's
band wa going to get a divorce. Then
they again hugged and kissed each other.
Mrs. Schnell said that If her husband be
g.tn divorce proceeding she would sun
him for $50,000 and Blohm advised her to
make the. : amount SlOO.Ono. I'rlce could
hear what the couple said verv tllslinllv.
On July 18, while he1 was following tho
loving pair, he waa arrested bv a 'park
policeman, who accused him of following
the parties thrje tlmos, hut Blohm
HKr l BKD TO MAKF, ANY COMI'l.mr
against him. Kdward M. Brandt swore he
heard Mrs. Sehuell sav that she was tired
of her husband and was going to get a di
vorce. A clerk In the plaintiff' grocery
storn named Henry Mcbern, testMVd that
Schnell and his wife lived happllv together
when thev hoarded with him. 'Thai whs
befoiethfy went to (ierimtnv, in IKM.
John Aherm who lived in thn same apart
ment house. Ml Knst Tyolh h st reel. .New
Jork. testified hat In March, mi, he
heard Mrs, Kchncll through the ventilator
hart of the houve thank mr husband for
his ktndnosslo her while sh was III. A
butcher knew the Schnell were very hap
py together, a they airred about tim pur
cliiisn of their meat. Thn counsel for the
plaintiff read a number of letters, written
to Mr. Schnell bv Blohm. In which he
Jimks of her as his "Dear" and his " thir
ling, " and sent her a thousand kisses,
The letters cmtal led Innumerable crosses
which couuiol sttt Indicates klssei. This
closed the esse for the plantlff. -
i nii.auKi.rHU. aroo n. Aunitionai
caveat were Died to-day In the Register
of Willi office aa-alnst the admission to.
probata of the will of tha lata Henry My.
bert, wb loft tl. 100.000 u ekarttabb ur
A Founderrd Steamer-Fifty Uvea
London, March 9. -The Press Associa
tion lay, the Government Thursday mailed
to Frauae. and will shortly mall to Ameri
ca, deposltloni relating to the man known
at Xo. 1 and other persons whose name
wer revealed at a private ingulrv in Dub
London, March . The steamer
Navarre, bound from Copenhagen to
Leitb, foundered during a gala Thursday.
There were eighty-one persons, iuoetly
emigrant, on board, only sixteen of whom
London. March 9. Owing to the heavy
gale tbe tide In" tho Clvde is remarkably
low. The steamers fievonla, Circaista,
Manitoban and several others at onn time
were aground. The Hull fishing fleet euf
fered seriously by the gale. Klghly vessels
of th fleet arrived her. In a damaged eon
ditionvtwelv of thaui lost members of
their erews. Three vessels foundered,
one of them with all band". Similar ac
count are received from the Yarmouth
rn A M r..
Paris March ft. The fioveanment in the
case of Frank Hvrne, who was released
from custody Thursday night, held tbatth
new charge brought by the British Govern
ment agnlnut Byrne, rimnelv, complicity In
attempt to murder of the liiror Field 'and
Judge Lawsou, amounted to merely to In
troducing arms in Ireland. They 'claimed
even If th arms were intended for the pur
pose of murder the offense was a political
JIavrk, March 0, A detective from
Middleborough, has reiurned to England
after positively Identifying John W alsh,
who is wanted bv the British Gov
DfBi.tx. March tt. -Patrick Egan elud
ed the vigilance of the police by shamming
ickness. Dr Kennv maintained the de
ception by visiting Egan, who, It It be
lieved, left the city disguised at a priest.
THK rumiKRS FOUND.
Dcbliv, March H.-EIifht dagger knives
have been found In the Klngiend basin.
Brrmn. Manh ".-Emperor William
itihscribed 8.(HK marks from his private
purse for the relief of the German sufferers
by tbe floods In America.
Berlin, March fl.-Bismarck is con
tlnad to bit bed again. He is suffering with
Londo.v, March O.-A dispatch from
Tamatlve, Madagascar, itate the people
are determined if 1he French make an
attack upon them to migrate to the interior.
Fanatics are stirring up the people against
Skw York, March . -Business failures
th last seven davs, as reported to B. G.
Dun 4 Co., number 252, agalnit 272 last
week. Distribution as follow,;
ew England States Ji
Middle States 40
Western States go
Southern fiatei .....0;
Pacific Coat and Territorlei 17
Canada and Provlnoe 27
Kew York City and Brooklyn 10
A Machinery rnrfory Baraed.
Bellows Falls. Vt., March 9. A Arc
thin morning destroyed the building occu
pied by the Vermont Farm Machinery 00m
pany, and Osgood Baker, macblnltt.
Loises on the building owned bv Bellows
Falls Canal Cnmpanv, iflfl.oeo,- a0 Insur
ance; Oseood ii Baker W0.0UO, Insured
112,600: ermont Farm Machine Ccmnr
H6,0U0, Imured ttft.OOO.
MARCH e, 1883.
HOGS Fairly active andprloet unchang
ed. CATTLE Active and higher; cxporti
o 6or7; good to choice shipping $67oHJ 40.
CATTLE-Light shipping $r, 12JriM 80;
heavy shipping steer $ M(ditSli: good to
prime native cows and heifers H (WfSSj
native steert and hslfer $4 Wf5; cows
and calves .flK'aof).
HfHi.s Light supply, all told to shippers
at oM'JOc. advance. Light to choice York
en $7f7 0; mixed to good packing 7rtJ
".'tt; butchers to extra hoary S7 S0&7 70;
skips and culls Writ 6.
sillKEP Good to fancy $4 7.V88; medi
um to fair in 7W4 Mi; Texan $3 0084
a,W.h.PM1", H1.1''' I,v.$t lfl'r April
1 l.i S May, l I5. lime, $1 00S Juiv.
Corn :: 4-H March, torrf," April, fl7
May, y, June, , July. Outs 43 March,
43 3-8 April, 44 3-8 May. By lower, 68 V.
WHEAT $1 08 March, $10V April,
fl Ui Mav, ft 13V June, fl 10 July. V '
COItN-M March, IWH April, OavO
May, Wrd June, MHr& Julv.
OATS-42V April, UHQS May, 44V
June, 43 July.
HYE Lower ; tt8V Mav. 4
WHEAT-rnsettlcd: Vrlv lower; bus
iness mainly speculative; No. 1 white
Jl If); No. 2 red March l 201 21; April
$1 22Vr23.V; May fl 2Af9V; June $1 -h
COItX Vf3V lower; heavy mlxedlWest
orn spot diraTi v ; do future 71 Vf7'Js .
UATS-Vrav lower; dull; Weitern bl
llt?TTF.nOaamnr ar nina H .,i.i.
and fancy, and SHraMifor (eaouiN, Dairy
2(a'M for oholc and fanoy ; medium over
saltsd, streaked or mixed 2(iw:M: coininon
t medium 15rt20. Northern Roll iiiiet
cholce tt 20921; off frade range at ITivr l.
Near-by make Oholoc islls steadily at I.Vn)
17, but low grade dull at U1H.
r.titt.i saic iit imo; irregular pkgs
Pllt'I TPV1 Iva-hl.tkani ,l,.ll ... I
eiuicr, witii oiiniiiiKa m eaucsi t ueinanil
(iiiofe onek SM cOitW 78, mixed i4, and
,11-,. 4-- viinT Hint
salable at $12ftl6 for nent and small gob
blers, and flflfltlH for hnavv iinLLU...
Geesrl and dtioks.net looted Am
former at $3rcM, and the latter ut Wet per
doz. Dressed turkeys meet ready sale
and command good prioce-17ric per
Mjuim, uuua, Kac ana oniekens pre
Weather In Vnir1n4 eo.i uJ
IlllXnd American Cora ntt anaat rleelluml
8 M. Red winter wheat, London to
arrive advanced 8e fld. Root wheat quiet
hut steady; No. S spring 9s, VI; No. 3
prlntr ia 6di Wetrn winter ts M;
Mixed American corn dull and easier at 6
4 V tl. Dnmand frnM VnUmA Klnir,l,u nn.i
Continent, not muth eTotiig in wheat and
eoru. iMoeipu ror wiat Mat week Ul.tigf
... a - at m lt. aiavat aaa a . '
no longer from Dyspep
sia, Indigestion, want of
lack of Energy, Malaria,
Intermittent Fevers, Ac.
BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS never fails to cure
all these diseases.
Botton, November 36, tSSi,
Bsowh Chemical Co.
Gentlemen : For years I hav
been a great aufferer from Uytpepaia,
- and could get no relief (having tried
everything which waa recommend
ed) until, acting on the advice of a
bind, who had boec benefitted by
Rkown's Ikoh Uittbks, I tried a
bottle, with moat lurpriiing result!.
Previous to talcing IJkown's Ikon
Bittsrs, everything 1 ate diitressed
me, and I luffered greatly from a
burning sensation in the stomach,
which waa unbearable. Since tak
ing Brown's Iron Bittrks, all my
troubles are at an end. Can eat any
lime without any disagreeable ra.
iults. I am practically another
person. Mrs. W. J. Flvnn,
30 Maverick St., E. Bos too.
BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS acta like a charm
on the digestive organs,
removing all dyspeptic
symptoms, such as tast
ing the food, Belching,
Heat in the Stomach,
Heartburn, etc. The
only Iron Preparation
that will not blacken the
teeth or give headache.
Sold by all Drugglata.
Brown Chemical Co.
See that alt Iron Bitters are mads by
Brown Chemical Co., Baltimore, and
have crowed red lines and trade
mark on wrapper.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
Bead and Circulate.
The Illinois Central II. R. Co.
WIU sell any of Its remaining lands at one dol
lar per acre lows thsu the present pricfs. from this
time uutll the Brut day of October, 1884. Alter
that date the present prlcciwlllbe restored. All
who desire to pnrchiie ehuuld svail themitelvoi of
this liberal offer at ouce. I. J)AOGT,
F01 particulars Inquire of
M. KASTERDAV A CO.,
Ajrte. for l.C. tt. R. Lands,
Shop on Hallldav Avenue, between nurtU and
Hlith Btruets, Cairo, Illinois.
Ir-All kllula ol II. .k. ...J L li ... .
. -"- v. unui aim uoavy niaossmiiaina,
tsauon and carriage work done lath moet woik
manlike m.nM., I i i - ,
J-Y. IB. INOE,
-Manulacturur snd Dealer In
th Strett, between Cem'l Av. and Levee.' -
CH0KX BORINQ A SPICTA.LTY
, ALL KINDS OF AMUAITIOM.
Uttt IUU4. All Ktal KT Mod.
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