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THE DAILY CAIRO ' RTTTJ.TCTIN
IU1RP. ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 11. 1883.
Natural Fruit flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruits, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial Cssences. Always uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purityT superior strength and qua).
itjf. Admitted by all who have used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
Pat or for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
' MANUFACTURED BT
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and Bt. Louis, Mo.,
llWlrfW'lll (M S.M, Dr. rrfa' (VMS ktktof
fv4r, m4 Dr. tn't lal fiHnaM,
WtMAKC NO 6FCONDCRADECOODS.
A Ifonsrhold Article fur l'niersal
For M-arlrt anil
I Typhoid Krrcrt,
I Kiphlhcrl.i, Sail
I SoreThroal, Small
I'oi, Mraslrs, ami
all Contagious l)lraMs. I'rt ms aitin,! on
the Sick should ue it freely. Scarl-'t Ktver has
never b"B known to iprrad wherr the Klm.i u
used Yctlj.w Fever tut lten cured iih it after
black vomit had taken place. Tue woM
cue of Diphtheria yieni 10 it.
Mill refreshed and arvl
Urd Horr i.rrrrnt- riTTINt; of .Small
rd by bathing with
Impure Air nude
harmless and ponl'inl.
for tsore Throat it it a
For Frosted I'miI,
Chilblain. Pi Ira,
t'lut flogs, etc.
rxift White tomplrl-
loos secured by iu um.
Klilu Fever prevented.
To purify the Breath,
Cleanan the Teeth,
it can't be turpaiwd.
Catarrh relieved and
liurnn relieved iiountly.
Ihravat. j euiad.
W ounU healed rapidly.
An Antidote for Animal
or Vegetable Poison,
A ni . moer of ray (am
Uy wai takeu witlv
Small f'X I titcd the
fluid . the patient wat
not dctinout, wa nut
pitted, and wat about
tl.t home again in three
wceki, and no others
;had it. -J W Pasic.
The physicians here
ue iJatbys Huid very
successfully In thetrcau
mtuf of iMphtheru.
Tetter dried up.
I umxJ the Fluid during holera prevented
irpreent affliction wnR : I It-era purified and
hcarlet fever with ue.
cided advantage. it it
indupenslile lu tlie i'-k-room.
Wat. K. Sand
fuu, F.yrie, Ala.
In caaen of Death it
ihuuld be um J about
the corpse it ill
prevent any unplca.
1 he eminent Phy.
M.MS, M. V., New
York, law : " 1 ant
convinced Prof Darbya
PruphyLttic Fluid U a
Vanderbllt University. Nashville, Tenn.
I testify to the most eacejlenl qualities of Prof
Darbys Prophylactic Fluid. A a dinnfectant and
determent it it both theoretically and practically
upenur to any preparation with v. hich I am ao
mumted N. T. LtrTON, Pruf. C'hcmitiry.
Darby Fluid i Recommended by
Hun. Alsxakush li. Sstskii :., nf (leornu ;
Kev. Chas. Deists, U I)., Chnrch of the
Strangeri, S. V.:
Jos. LaC'oNTB, Columbia, Prof.,l'niven!iy,S.C.
Kev. A. J. Baitl, Prof, Mercer fnivenlly;
kev. lino. f. I'titKCi, Buhop M. E. Church.
JNiMSPKNSAItl.K TO KVF.KY IIOMR.
Perfectly harmlrti. l'ed internally or
externally for Man or lfcast,
The Fluid has been thoroughly tinted, and we
have abundant evhlenre that it liai done everything
here claimed. V it fulli-r Informatinn get of yo u
J'r.iggist a pamphlet or tend to the proprietor,
.1. If. ZFII.1N A CO.,
ManutaUtiring themnw, PHILALiKLI'HIA
QEOIWE H. LE.VCII, M. I).
Phvsioian and riury:ooii
Spucia! lintlon pitid to thi) If oiU' op-nlitc treat
, m.nipf nrirlrl dlltf. anil iti.i-a LlfWflll"n
coiinfv h Hun r-cain wrt (if no-
uim-ii u,u r, II IIMMI. WHO COUltl
r rt'iul nor write U v.u frnlw
'loin in siiinc wiiv nr tit her, it in I
I his livt'lilitioil ly arliiijr ah a sort
ictor p'lifrul tn i'aiuiiiw liorwH in
(jliborlitxid. Jack licciimt altmsh
i servant phi wlio was owned by
naineil ( lairs, one nf tlit wealth
'ii in Oin-iria. win) (iwiicd ihous
f Hcren of laml, iiml with hi fam
wl In lordly nlle. Tim Nervant
w u lrirht innlatfo. itnd Jack wiw
e darker. They iiuulo a mateh
ml were married under the. order
ps that existed In war times. At
no time Jaek had 11 slave-time
l Virginia, hut kIu! was us black
AtYto.l F..l. It'll I i I "--'"v. ,
inn at thi.
feet 2 inc'i
3 inches ,
feet 10 in
feet 0 inc
1 hen the war closed mid the
Office Eighth 8tnl, naarContftetnlal Avtio
R. E W. WniTLOCK,
Orum-No. IH Uotnmerr.lal Avatia. hnlvetw
KrVfi and Ntiith Htranu
U O A X.
Heavy Stormi on tho
But the Indication! Are that the Prophe
t lies are False-
A Blarm Comaa.
WAgaivoiON, March 10. A itorrn of
rrrat merry, which flrt ppered at mid
mght on the North (itroliim roiint, ban
purauptl ipirttii-aMerly track and In no
raatnl nor Unlaware Urfskwater. an-
Serotu nonbwt wind arc intiflpaU-d to
ajr and lo-niKht on the New Knlaud
coaat, followed to-morrow br clearing
weather and vrentfily wind.
Bojtov, Marrh JO A tpflrUI from
Kewjiorl MT.: Tba IrPinemJovw aea
tide am terr high novT Hut Warn to the
tr of t!ie wharf p!tei. 3I it people are
extremely nervou. The lieacb r"rt ft
ban not done for yearn, and ."palinif Hock
in ending; cohinitin of water to an nntuiiul
bclbt. A telegram from 1 1 iacliluml l.ijrbl
ptvea the wind annthwent and freab. An
obwrvatlun of l(,'ht mile Indicatei a bavy
.ale coming on from Bom on.
la The, !orthwt,
CfiirAfio, JIarch in.-Speclnl to the A
eodated Picm from ail paru of the North
west report light mow and wlnda In many
point but no very severe itorm. The
weather In Dakota U clear; in northern
Mlnnenota high wind and threatening
now : at Inhpemlnjf, Wl., -It U mowing
and drifting badly; at Marquette III blow
ing and th snow drifting badly.
a.v Piuxuaco. March 10. -There i
no kign of the aionn on the Pacific Coant .
Wiggins' prophecy ha frightened aome
perton . A (irirman resident baa built a
rintill ark and placed It on a roof ready
for the tidal wave which i an
nounced to aweep through the GoTden
Boston. March 10. A nortbwt rain
alorm aet In at 11 :4ft. The Telocity of the
wind la 2fi mile an hour, temperature 85
dcg., barometer W. 31 and alowly falling.
A heavy rain etorru ia prevailing ' at Provi
dence, R. 1. At Newport tbe wind U rla
ing and blowing very freb.
till Perklna' Bet H llh Wlgcataia.
fiKORC.ETOwx, Ky., March 10. To
dsy h been the loveliest and falrent day
Kentucky and Tenneaaee have aeen for
three montba. To-morrow will be tbe
aame. Wlvgina ran take my bat.
Signed Kli Pkrkiks.
WoacKaTr.it, J!a., March 10. The
twenty-tifth anow storm of the aeaaon be
gan thi forenoon. It ia anowlng rapidly,
more no than during any atom this acaaon.
The barometer t lower than for a vear.
Tlia Nlorm Bearlai.
Plymolth, March 10. The atom he
gau at noon. It in now raining hard. Tbe
wind i blowing violently and increasing,
from tbe nortbweit. There liavry full
ea. , ' .
Chicago, March 10. Light anow here
liim liw.rm'nfr Thu ivi.utlie Ihrnnvh.
...... B" " " "' ' iuiwmru-
out the nortbweat is generally cloudy to-
Hai.ifav, March 10. Wind went
and moileraie. Cloudy. Thermom
March 10. Cloudy, with
flurriea, Verv little
A I Uiiebee,
Ot r.BKC, March 1(1. -Dull and mild,
with light eatt wind.
London. March it'. It ie mowing
MiiNTHKAi.. March 10. ruill and mild.
Toronto. March 10. Cloudy and mild.
) he Verdict In Jim. Wiley's ('.
I View Voiik, March 10. The trial of
the unit lntitiitiMl hy mindly petitioners to
have Mrs. Henrietta Wilev, of Wettcho
ter, adjtnlgcd nil habitual drunkard, re
sulted in favor of the former, the jury rcn
ilerlntr a scaled verdict u follows: 'First,
that Mr. Wllev It Incnpablc of taking cure
of bcrclf, owing to her condition of habit
ual tlrunkcnnesa, Second, that for the
mine rcaMin he Is lnca'nlile of inking chic
of licr ow'ii properly. I'blnl, that abe ha
been an haliliual,di'iinkiii'd fur Rycarpant. "
The counsel foi tlie peiitlonera will nerve a
notice upon Mm, Wiley in regard to the
verdict of the jury in her cac, ami take the
proper tep for the appointment by the
court of a commlif on to take charge of
Mr. Wiley and her property.
Mr. Uonarnr on the, Nlnnil.
Lakaykti'K. Im)., March 10. Mr.
Helen M. (ioiixnr, plaiutllfln the (iotigitr
Mandlcr laniler uli. ha recovered from
her indUpoolllon auillcitMitly to appear mi
Ihe wit new Mand. Skc Ictltled that he
bad never been In ( apt. AVallntv'a law
olllce after dark, itnd eorroborntctl the
alible proved for her by recent wiincwea,
regarding certain tlnica when Chief of
Police Miiiulli r and others Mild site had
been with Wallace. 1 Miring the lllne of
her huxhand she had gone to tbe Captain'
ottlce often lu day i line, ua lie atteuried tn
their bus'ness, lint In c cry Instance where
accused she made It plain that he wua
simply a persecuted wouinn.
The Mutual Ciilon Wire.
CtiK Aoo. March 10. Judge Drummond
of the 1'ultml Stale Circuit Court, render
cil a tlnal decision lu ihe case of the Mutual
t'liloii Telegraph Cruniinny. llemphiiaU
cd hi. former opinion lhat the Mnyor'a m
Hon In cutting llic wires wua unlawful and
illiiii llonalile, but held that a the Mutual
Cnlmi right Iiml teruilnalt'il under the
charter, Hit' court could lint order the
wire replaced or prevent the city from
carrying out the ordinance which prohibited
the swinging; of wire.
Ktiidonla liefAliiK the) PoUe.
Lkxinoton, Mo.,. March lo. .V itudent
of Ihe State College named Kugalc, while
drunk, nourished his pistol rerkloslv. He
was out tinder cliarn of four oiher student
while the police were citllnd, When the
police came Hit) four student, armed with
rifles, refused to glvo up tlin prisoner, hut
after inine parley they were persuaded to
lurri'iider, and wuro iinpeudvii while Fit
gate was expelled,
Nkwakk, N. J., March 10. A tire 'at
Bloomflold burued Archdeacon' ho
tel and Dodd'a eUble. Lete eatluiated at
DAILY PRESS COMMENTS.
Viswi f New York Paper on ' Divert
Krw . York, March 10. The Tribune
aya; "Tba Intiinutlon of Dr. McCor.
that he would like to retire from the prexi
tleacy of I rliicptoii college will cti re- .
itre aiuong the uliiinnl of the limitation
und friend of edncHtlon generitllv. it is
cyldf-iit that the vtMicrttblo preaidriht ought
tint to . be required to do tbe worti of t w
men much loigr."
T It K M'BMC PERT.,
The Slar '"There la no qtteatlou
tht we re pitvlng the public dobt too fart.
Ji in neither iift nor rli(lit to tax our labor
er and lmiirii' men a dollar more than i
necewv in ortler to pay off tiurdenn con
tructed for the benetit of noaterity. Tint
time b eome to nlow up' ' '
TMR IT AK ROf'TK TR14I..
The Ttin-' p: "It U not d-iralile
that aUetitlon lionld be dNtracted from
thi main lumie In the "t.ir Houtc trial by
(lii Hl.in over Mr. Iti'lford'H check or tiver
the alleged poker purty to which if owed
It orif la.. On ib wboir tin- idc Umuc of
the trial five tbe public an luMnicuve In
aUbl Into Ike character of a tcttrvy and
uiiertnttttou e of rmeilU."
i . ' T - .
YEILOVVSTONE PARK. :
A Portion of it Leased to a S"ndicate of
WaRHINivhin, March 10. The Secre
tary of the Interior formally leased to Car
roll T. Ilobari. of Titrsro. I). T.: Ib nn
K. lioturlass, Kort Yale.. 1). T. ami l.'ufu
Hatch. New York. a number of small Intel
of land In tbe Yellowstone National Park,
for a period of ten year. Tbe lea.e com
prises ten tracts of land gifrej.'athig tn
acre., and It Ih provided that the
several parcels of laml shall nol be within
one-quarter of a mile " of any of
the geysers of the Yellowstone fall.
The term of lea.e Is ten year from March
. lSf?3. The parties of tbe second put
agree to 'construct one-principal hotel al
Mammoth Hot Spring, to cu.t J1.V).
Oou and contain no less than iV)
rooms. They further atrrec to con
etruct six smaller hotels' . upon plum
to be hereafter approved bo tha Seeret.vT
of the Interior. It Is provided that at the
expiration of tbe ten years the value of the
buildings and other permanent improve
ments belonging to the lessees shall lie de
termined bv arbitration and they shall be.
come tbe absolute protiertr of the (iovcrn
ment upon aratiacatfon of the appraise
ment, and the appropriation of the amount
etrreed upon, with a proviso that nothing
contained in the lease shall be construed to
bind the Government to pay any compensa
tion. The annual rental agreed upon Is $2
CANDIDATES IN 1884.
Material for President Among Republicans
NkwYorx, March 10. Tbe Sun to-day
survey the. field to ace who mav be
Presidential candidates next year. Gen.
Grant. Blaine and Conkling are said to be
out of tb run, and Sherman and Wlndoin
are intimated to be in a like tlx. The Sun
say Edimmde Is tbe only Republican who
descends to u from tbe earlier period, but
be ia substantially unavailable a ble nomi
nation would add" nothing to tbe strength of
the party In tbe middle States, Vermont
being sure for tbo Ilepublican. There re
mains a lot of men of the second order,
aucU as Harrison. Allison. Haw Icy. Logan.
Hawet, Don Cameron and InalN. Infills
teemi to pese. talent. but the Sun fears he
could not cany Indiana sinl be
certain of Illiuoi.. ' His slashing st le of
attack has made bim f-e. "and we believe
there are onie rerileetl'i of the
part which might be nti!tMned up to
work hia Injury. Thus ilie one rccpt;onal
Republican h'eeoutr. n unavailable as
the otheri. Tbe great party, therefore, ia
reduced to the necessliy of falling back up
on some decent specimen of unainalled me
diocrity. On the other hand
ataud forth comparatively well provided
with experienced and competent men.
First ii Bavard. but tbe fact that Delaware
eounts only three votes In the Electoral
( ollcge ii against blm. Tbe three tidal
wave Governor! Butler, Cleveland aud
Pattlson have been supposed to enjoy
tome prospect of getting tbe nomination,
but so far at Cleveland and Pattlson are
concerned their chances may be re-
Sarded as wiped out. Public opinion
as settled down to tbecouvlction that they
do not till the bill. Butler was too long
an adherent of GrantUtn. All tbe tidal
wave Governors may be left out. Four
conspicuous persona are found tn tbe west :
First, Thurman, can be secure tbe unani
mous support of Oblo, to bis nomination In
the National Convention. If not, he will
be ruled out. Hendricks, MaoDonald and
General Palmer oome next. Either of them
would make a respectable President, and
Palmer would be llkeir to make a brilliant
one. But so lonn " Hendricks and Mac
Donald are both desirous of the nomina
tion, neither aan hope to win it, and while
Palmer would prove a strong candidate, the
rivalries which surround blm In Illinois are
likely to prevent that union and zeal of tbe
Democracy tn his behalf which are necessa
ry. But there is a younger generation,
of Democratic athletes who mav contend.
Randall, Holman of Indiana and Carlisle of
Kentucky are mentioned and dismissed.
David Davis Is excluded because "such is
hit habits of Impartiality that if nominated
by Democrats he might Insist on a Republi
can for second place on tbe ticket, and If
he accepted the Republican nomination ha
would long for a Democrat to round out
the tickflt.lt Tllden had physical vigor so as
to be able to endure the fatigue of a cam
paign, the Sun says no other candidate
would be even thought of. History In har
records will render to his character that
ample Justice which the people of the Unit
ed Mates have not been able to render him
Murder of Two Women.
Indianapolis, March 10. Advices of a
horrible murder of two women living on a
farm fourteon miles from here on the La
fayette pike reached this city after tvo
o'clock this morning. The victims are
Mrs, Luolnda Foruian, a widow aged nine
ty years, and a maiden daughter fifty-one
years old. Tbuy lived olone on their farm.
One of the bodies was found outside of the
house under a pile of straw, the other In the
kitchen of the dwelling. An ax was the
instrument used to accomplish the deed.
Thera are very faw particular, and no olue
to the murderers. The coroner went out
from bore, but baa not returned.
SPRiNOmLD, Iix., March 10. The
Senate met at 10 o'clock this morning, with
Senator Hunt In the chair. After the
readlug of the journal the regular order
was taken tip, but owing to the niailnos
of tbe number present only a little buslnesi
was transacted and the Sonata adjourned.
The House session was devoted to the first
reading of bills, A number of Senate bills
were read and referred to a committee.
Chicaoo, March 10. A Cremation lo
oiety, with a capital of tlM,OO0, li U be
formed here al ew
Lommx, March 10. The Hoses ssyi:
We have good reason to believe tha Inquiry
now proceeui'tg win implicate tue i.ana
League beyond doubt iu tbe Immediate
patronage of crime lu Ireland, even if It
doe not establish it direct oonnectioa
with the Inviudbles. The tight of Patrick
gan. unles explained, Is a moral ac
knowledgement of guilt, from the damning
consequences of which none nf bis associ
ates can escape. Unless Egau can clear
his own and associates' characters we
ahall not be surprised to learn that the
leaders of the Laud League who still re
main in tbe United Kingdom mar shortly
tiud It convenient to follow Lgan's exam
ple. BIOOUB BHKACHOF f BOMISK.
Loxtsox, March 10. It is understood
If Patrick Lagan had appeared as witness '
in tbe breach of promise case of Mrs. Hy
land agalnat Blggar, counsel for defense
would nave asked him whether he bad
used any of the funds of the Land League
for Mrs. Hyland'i case.
London, March 10. At a meeting of
Vlrglria bondholder yesterday, it was re
solved to do the utmost to vindicate the
claims of the bondholders upon the stale of
Virginia, and to advise the holder not to
take aeafps toward converting tbe bonds
amW lue tddleberger act.
ELKCTK1C I1KKET CARS.
OLoxhon, March 10. A large party
gathered to witness the trial here to-day of
the Tripp electrical tram car. The car
ran a distance of four miles satisfactori
ly, and fulfilled the requirements of tbe
Board of Trade.
IKKI.ANP MOItK TRANQI'IJ..
Trevelyan. Chief secretary of Ireland, in
a speech tn tbe Commons this afternoon
assured the House the condition of Ireland
was more tranquil than It had been for
aome time past.
Londox. March 10. A Dutch fishing
imack has landed at South Holland with
four sailors and six passengers of tbe
Rome, March 10. Two ladies, the last
descendants of Amerigo Vespucclo, who
gave the name of America to the Western
Hemisphere, are now begging that a pen
sion of ten crowns per month, which was
assigned to their family by the Republic of
Florence in lot), he restored.
Sr. Petf.rsb t'K't, March 10 Among the
prisoners to be arraigned at the approach
ing trial of the Nihilists are several import
ant State criminals, three naval offi
cers, an armv ottioer and Kobeseff.
constructor of thr famous mine in Little
Loxitos. March H. The correspond
ent of ihe Times at Dublin ststes that the
enrollment of recruits in the ranks of the
Invincible! still proceeds, notwithstanding
the readiness of the men now In prison to
lietrsr one another.
A Familv Reunited after Eleven Years.
F.minf.nck. Mo. .March 10. Moclety here
is excited over the expected arrival of one
of Its wealthy men Wm. Russell, the
banker and real esiate dealer from Louis
ville, with bis wife and son, whom he had
not seen for eleven years, some seventeen
years ago, at Shclbyrille. Kentucky, Mr.
Kussell made Miss 'Minnie Burgo his wife
'hi optoltlon to her parents' wlebes, as
thev were lupnosed to object lo Kunell's
wild habit. Tbe match w as not s hippy
one, and after a son bsd been born to them
Russell suddenly disappeared and was sup
posed to bat e died. Meantime the boy
grew up and weut Iota tbe plumbing busi
ness in Louisville, and the father having
drifted Into prosperity in Eminence, afler
several year of roving, happened to see a
uotice of the boy's bu.lno.s alart published
in the C'ourler-.leurnal. Remem
bering the child be had
left behind in Kentucky, he, ao long oc
cupied in making money, was touched
wiih a paternal feeling and wrote to tbe
young man and asked who be was. In toe
correspondence that followed be learned
that be was his son, and that hi wife was
still living at her old home. Living alone,
with wealth at his command, with no one
to enjoy it. he was soUed with a desire to
have his wife and son come and live with
blm. He accordingly wroto to them with
that in view. They were willing, and by
an engagement they all met on Thursday
In tbe home of a mutual friend In Louis
ville, aud the re-ublted pair were remar
ried by a minister of the Christian Church.
The boy then gave np his business and will
live here in future with bis parents.
Eminence never had such a pretty romance
Tht Libel Suit of I.llllnn Ruaeoll
AgaJnal Rlrhard K. Fos.
Si-.w York, March 10. The complaint
in the libel suit brought by Lillian Russell
agalnsl Richard K. rox. ha been served.
lnce ihe publication of the libel and tin1
nniti iiiiccnient that suit was to be begun,
Mr. Fox In his paper has Invited Miss Rus
sell and all oilier aggrieved persons to
brine suits and the lady has prnmptlr
responded. The libel of which Mls Run'.
sell complains was a paragraph which Is
too gross and vulgar lo reproduce, but lis
Import was that her recent very severe
Illness was in consequence of the
birth of a son. It U asserted
positively that her Illness was of altogether
a different kind, for It was of an serious
ami complicated a nature as to require the
cunuliatioii "f cveral physicians, anil to
cause considerable discussion among them
regarding il. Mr. Fox has been, It Is
alleged, grossly imposed on by some ma
licious and designing person. Miss litis
sell, lu signing the complaint, which' Is
brief, give her full name as llelene
Louise Leonard Braham. As Is well
known, Lillian Russell Is merely a nmn de
theatre, aud Braham t the name of her
husband, is a brother of bold Iti-aluuu,
Harrigiin anil Hart's leader and
4 h.4-r.KA llrlvlu I'ark.
Chicaoo. March lu. A list of entries
for Ihe'speclal stakes offered by ihe Chi
eago Driving Park for the summer trotting
meetings of 'K.1 ami 'S4 presents a natter
ing showing. In Ihe Ashland.stitkes for '8:
there are : entries: In th- sani stake fur
'SI, 2o entiles; in the t hlcago slakes for
then- arc :M entries, for 4, SO entries,
which come from nil pin ts of the eoiintrv,
including New Yol k, Texas, Massachusetts
niul I sllfoi iiia.
HI I Ire,
Dodok City. Kas,., March 10. -The
round-house of the Atchison, Topt kiand
!ant.i Fe Railroad caught tire last night In
thtt,i)ll-roiiiii anil burned. Two Incouio
lives were destaoyed. Through the efforts
of the citUuiis hints other engines were
saved. Total loss about ff'io.issj.
NewYokKi March lib Loans, decrease
$'2,'.".t2 rSSSI; apecle, decrease J;i,Sia,JtH);
legal tender, decrease f.hW.HOO, deposits
decrease iK.Wa.otMij circulation, Increase
iHl,"SHj; reserve, decrease ..8.'il,i)7.1., The
banks now- hold W.lWj.l.V) In execis of the
lusane With tjrlef.
('lxciNUTt, Msruh 10. The body of
Wm. H. Burairk was found lu the
ruins of the Southern Railroad
depot this moral ag. Mia wife is Insane alU)
THE SOUTHERN FLOODS.
Situation at Helena The Reported Destruc
9 MiMpnis, T-NX., March 10. A special
from Helena, Ark., to the Western Asso
ciated Press, says the river declined half
an tneb and will continue fulling slowly for
several diiv when a rapid decline Is ex
pected. The levees are still being strength
ened and will be made thoroughly secure
in thi vidnlty. The back-water Is still ris
ing in overflowed districts below this point,
and will continue until the decline in the
river Is great enough to draw the water
back through tna crevasses. Most terrific
currents, the' roar from which can be heard
here during tbe still hour of the night, are
tearing through the country below carrying
destruction with them. In Oldtown Lake
region the water Is higher than ever knnwu
tho loss ;s to planters being greater than
ever before from the same cause . Cabins,
fences, snd the dead carcasses of animals
are seen floating down the river in great
numbers; The weather li clear, with a
strong wind from the northwest. Tbe
Southern Express has been transferred to
the Midland road owing to the stoppage of
trains over tbe Iron Mountain route.
. , ' eliawnsetowa.
Shawnkhtowv, III., March lO.-The
greater ponton of the town is now out of
water. Trains are running .gain. Many
houses that weathered the floods are now
falling and are a total or partial
The St- Lout Exposition.
ST. I.oi h. March 10. The subscrip
tions tui he I'xposlton fund are still being
received bv Mr. Cupples in large numbers.
The total amount paid is $lW,jp,
RocKroKb. III., March 10. The boiler
of a freight engine exploded near Rocbulle
on the Northwestern, killing the engineer
and fatally injuryiug the fireman.
Bob Cochran, colored, convioted in Feb
ruary for tbe murder of M. L. Drew, near
Clayton, Ala., was hanged in that town on
Fire at Purcariza, Province nf Leon,
Spain, on Friday, destroyed tlfty-six hous
ea. One woman waa burned to death and
several persons injured.
Norman Smith, a'12-ysar old son of Nor
man J. Smith, of Springfield, Mo., was
run over and killed by a wagon which he
had been driving.
Tnree men supposed to be tho rest of the
t:ng that attempted to rob a train near Van
liureti, Ark., ou Wednesday night, were
arreswd near Russallvllle, Ark., on Friday
In Holyyokc, Mass., Margaret Clung ha
sued Father Hoiklns. of St. Jerome
church, claiming $10,000 damages for al
leged slander, uttered at the altar because
she had given up ber seat in the church.
The Nun of Kenmare has addressed a let
ter upoii tbe statu of Ireland to the Bishop
of Newark and Detroit. She sayi thattfie
suffering Is especially great In Donegal,
Clare, Mayo, Gahvay and Conneniara.
On Frldav morning, John R. Henshmon
eighteen years old, a farmer living four
miles from Morrill, Brown county Kauaai,
committed suicide bv cutting his throat
wtih a jack-knife. He leaves a family of
In Wyandotte. Kansas, an aged German
named llruen, In anticipation of the Wig
gins storm, dug a smalt cave on his premi
se and stored it with provisions. t)u Fri
day, accompanied by bis familv, he de
scended into the case ' and clo.ej up tbe
At a late hour on Friday night a man
named A. Hancroft, from St, Louis, stop
plug at the Desplulues Streot House, In
Chicago, attempted suicide by shooting
himself In the region of tbe heart. He will
die. Cause, out f money and de
tpendenl. THE MARKETS.
MVPCH 10, 1868.
CATTLE Export steers Wfa6 30; light
to heavy native steers H NOftfT; common to
medium native steers $4 8.W4 73; Colorado
steers eft M; fair to good feeders H Aura
ft; common to good atockers jwt 74''n4 i'i;
common to choice native cow and bclfera
$1 W(H HO; Nuithwcst steers $3 7off J; seal
Ittwags $2 .Wt?:.
UtXiS Very strong at full prloes; hard
ly any offering. Light to choice Yorgers
A"; mixed to good pucklng $7 Wd
7:i; butchers to etia $7 2.VS7 !; skips
and culls WM 0.
ssfli;i;i Good to fancy H 7fif3tl; medium
to fair i 75 4 60; Texan $fla 1 50,
CATTLE Market very strong and high
er; one lot choice steers Sold at HO.
Hi MiS Market steady at unchanged
prices; choice at U Wdl 20; good W i!
7, light 10 40o?ti To.
Wll EA r-.Miireh U 07 ; April tin,; Mav
tl bl: June l 111.
( MI!NM:irchM'4 April S8S;Mav if.",.
(ri ; .Iniie ill '. ; .1 n i v ii:l.
i s -March IJ ,': April 42' ;.May4ls;
llllli' 4 1..
WHEAT -March U lUful l!0s; April
$1 '-':!1p ; Mav $1 24 ' ,
coitN-Miiroh 71 W'.'; April 7'.'; Mav
"i ; .lone 71 V ; Julv 7:!,
o.VTS -April, V.". ; May.. 12 S: .lune.vj',,
WHEAT - March $1 ll's; April
H II',: MavtlHi'.-; July Jl 12','.
CORN' -May li.'S.
II M TIM ORK.
WHEAT March l 18a.; April tl ao'.w
V; Mavirl fiiV.ilJiW.
cnKN-MarchtiNvu",; April Oe'W .;
May , foi .
BUTTER -Creamery at ilViMiJ fur choice
and fancy, and Klrii.'M for second. Diilrv
itvu'W for choice and funcy; medium inter
salted, streaked or mixed) 2oraJI; coiiimiou
to medium l'.V9;H.l. Nnrthl'M Roll quiet -chol-e
at 204f21, off grades rangii at ITrnin.
Near-bv make Choice sells ateadv at I.Vrt
17. but low grades dull at Ufa'lfl.
BEG US Large sales to Eastern shippers
al 14 closing weak. tJTAH of next
week's receipts can be shipped by freight
from this market to New ork snd arrltn
at their destination In time for Easier, but
later arrivals than next week will be too
late for Eastern shlpmunt. Country ship
pers bear this in mind, mid get youres
tijthls market without delay.
POULTRY Live Chlukeua-Cocka SINi,
mixed itii 7.1, hens fl Turkeys-Hens and
small gobblers tl2Mdo, large gobblers tloot
1M. Geese-4oYai for small, isVatt for large.
Ducks tJWM.s top rate for large fill.
Dressed-Ttukeva quick sale at ITfrrlxc. and
demand uniuppllt'd, while chickens, gece
and ducks aro almost unsalable, and not
enough doing to quote by,
Country, marked steady. Weather In
England vew cold. Good nih"d American
corn off coast deollued ad. Mixed Ameri
can corn lo arrive declined I) J. Spot wheat
dull: No. 3 spring Vs (Wh No. 3 spring tn
ltd; Western winter is Id. Mlaed wear
er corn dull aud depressed at tV Sd. De.
maad from United Hlufdnia aad Coattn
o iU aad aeg'tcWtt fr whoa eat) era
no longer from Dyspep
sia, Indigestion, want of
lack of Energy, Malaria,
Intermittent Fevers, dc.
BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS never fails to cure
all these diseases.
Eoiton, November a6, iGSt.
Bsown Chsmical Co.
Cntlinen : For f ar I have
and could get no relief (having tried
everything which wai recommend
ed) until, acting on the advice of a
friend, who had bren benefitted by
linov.M' Ikon Hittrks, I tried a
bottle, wiih most tuniming results.
Previous lo uking JfKosvs'a laorr
Itirrasj, everything I ate distressed
me, n4 luffered greatly from a
burning icniation In the itotnach,
which was unbearable. Sine tak
ing Ukowk's Irom Bittsss, all my
troubles an at an end. Can eat any
time without any diiagreeabl re
mil.. I am practically another
persoa. Mrs. W. J. Plynm,
30 Maverick St., E. Boston.
BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS acts like a charm
on the digestive organs,
removing all dyspeptic
symptoms, such a3 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 Druggists.
Brown Chemical Co.
See that all Iron Bitters are made by
Brown Chemical Co., Baltimore, and
have crossed red lines and trade
mark on wrapper.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
Read and Circulate.
The Illinois Central R. II. Co.
Will ull auy of It mmalnliig lands at one dol
lar per acre less than the irusiil prices, from till
time until the llrst day of October. lHt. Altur
Ihut Wtn tho present pro es will im reslorod. All
who desire, to parrtiu-e should avail thutnaelvcs of
this liberal offer at onre. 1'. DAUUY,
I'oi particular. Inoulre of
M. rUKTKRDAY 4 CM..
Arts, for 1. C. K. H. Lands,
Shop oo Ilallliluy Avenue, belweeti rVtirtli ami
HUth Btreela. Cairo, lljlliol.
ItrAil klmls ot light suit hesvy hbieksmllblng,
wagon atitt carriage work tlnnn Inths most woia
manlike tnannvr, Horsn-shmilng a spisrinlty and
sstlfai'tton Riistai. Wml.
I-I. E. INCE,
Maniifscinrorsnii Httslur In
PISTOLS . KIFLKS
sth Itresi, between Coail Ave. and Ls.
CnOlLB DOUINO A 81'KCIALTY
ALL KINDS n AMTJHITIOtl.
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