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THE DAILY CAIROBULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 20, 1883.
Impurity of the
ltlood, l'cver a n J
and all Disease
caused hj le-
rangemeut of Liver, lkiwt-U and Kidney.
SYMPTOMS OP A IiINKASEI) I.IVER.
Had llrcath; Pain In the hiic, sumrtinies ths
cain it felt under the Shouldcr-bUilc, mistaken fur
Rheumatism ; general lost of appetite; Bowels
Ssnerally costive, sometimes alternating with lax ;
le head it troubled with pain, it dull and heavy,
with considerable Uw of memory, accompanied
with a painful Herniation of leaving undone something
which ought to have been done; a slight, dry cough
and flushed face ii sometimes an attcudant, often
mistaken for consumption; the patient complains
of weariness and debility; nervous, easily startled;
feet cold or burning, sometimes a pricVly sensation
of the skin exists; spirits are low and despondent,
and, although satisfied that exercise would be bene
fecial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it In fact, distrusts every remedy. Several
or the above symptoms attend the disease, but casea
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet
examination after death has shown the Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
It should be lined by all pet-wins, old aad
young, whenever any of the above
Persons Traveling; or Living; In fn
healthy Localities, ty taking a de occasion
ally to keep the l.iver in healthy action, will avoid
aU Malaria, Illllous attack.. Hi rxiness, Nau
sea, Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, tic It
will Invigorate like a glass of wine, but I no 111
If You have eaten anything hard of
digestion, or feel heavy after meals, or sleep
lea at night, take a duse and you will be relieved
Time and Doctors' Hills will be aaved
by always keeping; the Iteg-ulator.
In the House I
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoritighly
safe purgative, alterative and tonic can
never be out of place. The remedy is harmless
and does not Interfere with business or
IT IS I'CItELY VEGETABLE,
And has all the power and efficacy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects.
A Clovernor's Testimony.
Simmons Liver Regulator has been in use in my
family for some time, and I am satislied it is a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J. Gill Shout, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander II. Meiihens, of fia.,
says: Have derived me benefit trom the use of
Simmons liver Regulator, and wish lu give it a
"The only Thing; that never fulls to
Relieve." I have used many remedirs t.;r Dys-
Epsia, l.iver Affection and debility, but never
ve found anything to benrtit me to the extent
Simmons l.iver Regulator has. I tent from Min
nesota to Georgia for it, and would send further for
such a medicine, and would advise all ho are sim
ilarly affected to give it a tn.l as it teems the only
thing that never foils In relieve
P. M Jannxt, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. W. Mawuin snyas From actual ex
perience in the use of Simroi-ris l.iver Regulator in
iny practice 1 have been and atn satisfied to use
and prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
jrajTTake only ths Genuine, which always
tux on the Wrapper the red 7. Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. H. L EI LIN CO.
FOR RALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
EORGE II. LEA.CH, M. D.
Physician, and Surtreon.
tl pedal attention paid to the Homeopathic trvat
m- nt of surgical diseases, and diseases of womun
Office: On Mth street, opposite the Post Office,
'. airo, in.
JJU. J. E. STRONO,
128 Commercial Ave-, Cairo, 111.
VAPOB, ELECTKO-VAFOR a.id MKDICATKD
A lady In attendance.
)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICI-Kights Btreet, near Comrxerelal Avenue
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornoi No. 1S Commercial Avenue, between
Kgtt'a and Ninth Htreets
C O A. L
T) Stoves 3D
No. 27 I 8th St.
R Tinware. B
HE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois.
71 OHIO LEV SB.
A General Bank in? business
THOS, W. T-IATjIjIUAV.
NTKRl'RISE SAVING UANR.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
THOS. W. IIAI,I4D AY
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAT
Hlgheit Cuh Price Paid for Wheat.
I : r
What Constitutes the Interest-
Bearing Public Debt.
The Slap Route Trial-Folger'i Sud
den1 Departure-Other News.
Washington D. C. March 19. The
Treasury lti-intrtiiieut will probably issue
anoincr uonu mil soon, ami hi uonu so will
nearly ri'itrb tint end of the list f out-
StaridlllK extended SSi per tent bonds. Tu
nuinuer yet oiitntaiiuiii or these noiHis,
formerly hearing 0 and 7 per rent, but
oearmir, tier tent sliu-u I lie extitiMuru is
hut t;w.0w,iw. It 1 probable that they
will all be taken care of by the end of the
lineal year. Tbin will leave three elates of
bond vet to be culled, the 4K per
rents due In lKfd, the 4 per eonts
due In l'J07 and the ;t per tend which
have been exchanged for 1 bu extended 8HI
per rent during the past eiirlit month.
Of tbo totter there are now Mw,.
OuO.OuO. and by the end uf the year thev
win reuen .luu.uiju.viu. j new. u win nm
remeintiereil. were authorized by the Hot
session of the late Congress to be exchanged
for the outstandlnK 1S per oeuw. J bey
were sent In In lare aunntltle to be ex
changed. In the hope, that they mlubt be al-
loweu to run a lonsrer tiin, as tnoe sent in
flmt were to be redeemed lht. '1'here was
over 44J,WJO,iiWi of thekei x per cent bondu
t iii-n ouistandinK, ana or ttiat amount
(XKj.iKjii have been sent In for exchsmre.
Thev are Mill slowly eomlne In, and before
this $.'P,i)0,''X)now remuliiiiiK out are call
ed for redemption the 3 per cnt Uued in
exchange will reach fclOO.UtJO.OOO.
1 here will then be at the end of the fiscal
year, June 80, three classes of bonds to be
paid In wiping out the national debt, viz:
J,OuO,Unj of '8 percent.. $74).bOO,(K"j of
4 per cents., and $i','J00,iJU of 4 V per
cent., or a total of l,2!, 000,000, repre
setititig the entire Ititere-t-bearing national
ueiit. llilsU, in rouna numriem. atout
onp-helf-what the dbt was when it reached
its hi.'hei,t point in AukusI, lNi. Then It
whs ?i,'2,7W,244. J be more remarkable
difference, however, is in the amount ta be
paid s Interest. I hen the interest wan
i;W mllllnns a vear. now it is in round
numbers fifty millions a vear.
I he tiiNt of these three lots of bonds to be
paid will be the three per cents, which are
redeemable, at the pleasure of the Govern
ment. How rapidly the Govern uient will
redeem these is now verv uncertain as the
reduction of the Internal revenue and the
revision of the tariff make all former calcu
lations and experiences of no avail. The
statesmen who enacted the tariff and reve
nue bill estimated that it would the reve
nue about seventy millions per year,
Should this be the ease these bonds will be
redeemed at the rate of 100 millions per
year. I bey will probably absorb whatever
surplus revenue there u until about iw7 .
tven tiien mere win be a period or rour
vears to pass before more
bonds can be redeemed, as the next class
due, the4 per cents, are not redeemable
until 101. The last clans to be redeemed
will be the 4 tier cents, of which there are
740 millions, and waicn are not reueumaoie
Brady And 111 Lawyer Dtaatrrei.
Washington. Slarch 1. The sixteenth
week of the !tar Route trial has boinin and
the Criminal Court room was filled with
s ben tne court adjourned r naay last
the prosecution bad lust closed taeir
preliminary argument upon the pertinency
of the question as to whether or not the
witness (Hen. Brady) had any knowiedire
of the Trice draft. I his is regarded an
Important uolut on both sides, for if the
Question Is admitted it will probably lead
to the admission of testimony by Price
In support of the Government chance
The court, in answer to a question from
McrricK, said it would allow tne uovern
ment an oprjortunltv to renlv to the areu
ments of the defense. Turning towards
the court. General Brady satd positively
i our honor, I would prefer to answer
that question. My lawyers and myself do
not seem to bare taken the same ground.
.Merrick was of toe onln on that the wit
nes might answer without reference to his
The court, however, said It wouid hear
his lawyers instead of him.
Ingersoll Of course, your honor, thla Is
no question of privilege, but of relevancy,
and my client is interested.
Air. w lison said if the matter was gone
Into now he should feel it Incumbent upon
him to try It now, and try it to the bottom,
but It was not proper to bring; another case
Into this when it oould not be tried and a
verdict had not been had. He did not pro
pose spending the remainder of his days
In the court-room trying other matters that
might be brought into tne case. One case
at a time was the proper method.
1 be Court It has not been brousht Into
Davidire then beenn his argument with a
statement of the offer.
The court interrupted and Innulred if
Merrick's offer was to show only that this
draft had been placed upon witness'
Jlerrfck No. your Honor: placed upon
bis desk and given him for a corrupt pur
Secretary Fol-er'e, Departure Irosn
Washington, March 19. Secretary
Folger left the city very quietly Saturday
afternoon and the fact of bis departure was
not known at the Treasury Department till
Assistant hecretavy jew saw secretary
Folger about 8 o'clock Saturday. He was
then making preparations to leave the city,
but did not say where he was going or
when ho expected to return. While no def
inite Information on the subject can be ob
tained, it is the general impression at tho
Treasury Department that Seerotnrv Fol
ger embarked on the revenue cutter twing
at Baltimore for a short ieavoyugc.
ftubarrlptioa to the Garfield Hospital.
Washington, March 11). Among
subscriptions recently received bv Treas-
lirer (Jlltlllun for Mm fJurflnl,! lom..rlul
Hospital are the following: King George,
oi longa, tnrougn ur. caniatts, United
States Consul of the Samoa Islands, UMl
II. C. Ilarston, United States Consul at
Malaga, Spain, $144: Hugh H. Hamilton,
I'nlti'd States Vice-consul at Tcncrlffe,
The President' Trip Abandoned,
,1 . r i . .1 . , . . . .
u Astnjmiw, Jtarcn tu. it is now stat
ed that the President baa abandoned
nis proposed trip to Ffrtresi
Monroe, and will, Instead, move otitto the
iiuinuiua, iuurcii jtf. jne
lsun of standard silver dollars for the week
ended March 17. was flftl .ADO th m,m.
ponding period last year 4-122,000,
Overflow of the Taaoo Hlver.
Yazoo City, Miss.. Blarch in The
Greenwood News confirms tho previously
reported overflow of the Tallahatchie count
ty. Greonwood is submerged, tho water
iMiiiigoiny twelve inenes neiow that or 'a.
but It Is rising slowly. From Greenwood
to Honey Island the whole country is Inun
dated. Some of the lagest Yazoo Hlver
planters fear tkelr Interests will be serious
Tke HeLena-tireadtisMVd Couleat
8t. Louis. March 19. The result of the
MuLean-llroadhead double-barreled notari
al ballot-box Investigation may be sum
med up In a few words. Itcglstcr ll 'ig.
It will be remembered, had omitted
eight precinct from the oilicial
count for Irregularity of the, re
turns. His official oount gave McLean a
majority of twenty-two. The supreme
Court afterwards ordered a count in re
spect of two of the precincts, and thneer
titicate of eleo ton Issued establishing a ma
jority of loa for Broadbead. The notarial
examination in connection witn
the Congressional oontent led to
the opening of the boxes In revpect
of four of The precincts omitted by the
KeirlHter. The notarial count not only
wipes out tho Broadhead majority of jn.
nut it places McLean nve votes aiiean. i ne
boxes of the remaining two precincts can
not be examluesl, as the time allowed for
the enntcstant'e testimony forty days ex
pired on Saturday evening. Whether
buudnysare Included In the allotted tlmu Is
a quustloti not yet raised.
Important Information Wanted.
8an Fkancihco. March If). The follow
ing circular has been issued from the head
quarters of the Triennial Conclave Commit
tee: "The Triennial Committee of the
Knights Templars are desirous of making
such arrangements for the accommodation
or the press as may afford them perfect fa
cilities In giving publicity to the proceed
ings of the Triennial COuclave of the Grand
Kncarapmentof the Lulled States to be held
in this city August next. With thU end rn
view and feeling well aosurod there will be
a large representation of the press present
on that oocaslou. and that no Impoiltion
may be practioed upon the committee in
tbat regard, and in order to protect tne
legitimate press, I would esteem it a favor
it you would notirv me who win near your
credentials at the conclave. Your early at
tention is earnestly and respectfully re
quested. very respectfully vours, etc,
M. 1). lldltl CK.
Journalist Triennial Conclave.
Hew the Me a lean Visitors ftpent
St. Lot:i9. March 1. Ex-Pivsiilont
Diaz and the Mexican party attended high
msM Sunday morning at St..lohn'Cliurch.
Ultbop Kyan blessed tne palms ana tie
llvered tlie sermon. Arlilshop Kenrlck
was called upon at the close of tho service.
In tbo afternoon Gen. Uia w.-nt1 on a
fisbinif excursion with Joseph U. Lucas.
The remainder of the party visited the
rair Grounds and parks and attended tne
performance at the Grand Opera-House in
A Doable Murder.
Chii.mcothb, O., March in. Wm.
Keys, a farmer living twelve miles from
Greenfield, stopped at the house of Taylor
on bis wav borne Saturday night and ac
cused Stanton Taylor of stealing a biiirgy
rone. Tayloi called out his brother .loliu.
and the two ossaulted Kevs, who drew a
revolver and instantly killed Staunton and
mortally wounded John. Keys started to
this city to surrender himself, was met by
a constable and arrested. Four murders
In the past five years have been committed
in that neighborhood.
Taylorvillk, Ir.L., March 19. Emma
Bond, the victim of last summer's outrage,
mysteriously left her sick room last Friday
night, and was discovered bv her attend
ants lying on the ground north of her house
In an unconscious condition, The incident
created suspicion that an attempt at abduc
tlon was made to prevent her appearance
before the Brand Jury, as she seemed on
the road to recovery. The prospect for
her recovery now is dououui.
Uefivy Lose by Fire.
Boston, March 19. A fire occurred
this morning in the building No. 81 to
887 Washington street. It originated in
the basement of Wl. occupied by D. P.
lllslev A Co., hatters, whovj Iom on stock
and 'flxturos reach $V),uoO. Richardson k
Gertz. shirts, loss $1.00(1; Insured. George
H. Richards. Jr., Jeweler, had a stock val
ued at $T0,0U0, mostlv locked in safes. The
loss cannot be estimated. Loss on building
The rire Fiend.
FittShvrg, Pa., March ID. Afire at
Hutton Station, ou the Allegheny Valley
Railroad, this morning at two o'clock, to
tally destroyed a thre-story building. The
first floor w'as occupied by James Cadwal
lader as a drug store. Two families named
Spear and Porter, living up stairs, barely
escaped with their lives. l.os, fc!0,0OO,
partially entered by insurance.
Memphis, March 19. A Helena, Artt.,
ipecial to the Western Associated Press
ays: A seven Inch decline during the past
tWentv-four hours. The gauge now marks
fortv -four feet four Inches. The water, at
the 'present rate of decline, will be away
from the levees In three days. The over
flow Is pouring baok from the bottoms into
the river below here.
8t. Paul, March 19. Sitting Bull and
140 followers, under military surveil
lance at Fort Randall, express a
desire to Join the remainder of tbe
Uncapapa Sioux at Standing Rock, and it is
understood the War Department and In
dian Bureau will accedo to the change May
1, owin to the good conduct of tbe savages
the past winter.
Rosa Cnallonsee llanlan.
St. John, March 19. Wallace Ross It
sues a challenge to Haitian offering to rows
four or five mile race for $1,000, the win
ner to recelvo all the money received from
the railways, etc. Ross will give ex
penses, provided Hanlan will row nt St.
John, or will take WOO and row at Toronto
the race to take place on or after tbe first of
Ths (told Hell. -
Chicago, March 19. The storm here
continues and reports show that Iho cold
bolt extends over tho entlro Norihwest.
Considerable damage to property was
occasioned at Milwaukee, WaiiKegan ami
other ports on the cast hhore of Lake Mlclil-
an. The change Is expected to seriously
elay wheat sowing.
Atlanta, Ga., March 19. The printers
of the evening Star and In Juinos P. Harris
A Co. 's printing bouse refused to work for
less than thirty cents. They have been re
ceiving tweiitv-Uve. Tliu Slar has two
small boys so far. All sides refuse to yield,
Slid things are at a standstill.
DitTROlT, March 19. A fire at Sheridan,
Montcalm county, Sumbiv morning,
destroyed on entire block, Including
Davis' Hotel. Stebbens Jewelry stole.
Richards' drug-store, Havnes' general
store and Pitcher's saloon. "Loss, ,t:i(),lKiO;
(mured for 10,000.
A Large Wareliouae Iliirueil.
Indianapolis, March 19. The large
warehouse owned by Alexander Mann, at
Dudley, 111., containing several thousand
bushels or grain, was destroyed by Hie uu
ring a high wind Sunday night.
Detroit, March 19. A heavy mow
Storm prevailed In this region Sunday
night, out cleared off tills forenoon, The
trains were somewhat dclnyod.
Minkrar Kidok, O., March 19. C. r
Whitney's general store and bis dwelling
eolnlburnedetterdeyt Lost, SW,
Important Cablegram! From tho
I.OHDON. March 19. The Globe aars
that in conseiiiiance of the lato out
rages the police for oo will be liKtreitxcd by
1,000 men and the staff of detectives on
duty at night will be doubled.
tub raiTiiruLsr. ueknari.
London. March 19. Ladv Florence
Dixie, who was attacked Sutunlay by two
men disguised In wnraen'scloihes, says the
men spoke no brogue. She rememoerod
seeing her St. Ileruard dog drag one of
TUK AUtUafA SURPLUS.
Coleride Keunard writes the Times.
oompluluing of the Commons neglecting bis
motions relative to tbe surplus of the
Alabama award, and says bis object U to
recover the surplus for the legitimate
claimants and tax-payers.
London. March 19. Bullion withdrawn
from the Bank of England on balance to
day Si, oou pounds.
The Irish Members of ParllamentdlH
credited the story of Lady Florence Dixie
that the was attacked by masked men.
Lo.vno.v, March 19. Tbe meeting In I.o
Brasserie des Saquet of five hundred So
cialists, at which tbe disturbance occurred
referred to in the Parii dispatch yestenlav,
was held in Geneva, not In Paris. The
only serious symptom ia Franee yesterdav
of socialistic activity wan au attempt to se
duce the soldiers stationed at Rheims, liy
throwing over the walls of their barracks
placards giving directions for blowing up
the ptibllo buildings. Nine persons en
gaged therein were arrested.
Dublin. March 19. The Most Rev.
John MacEvllly, Archbishop of Tuam, re
plying to Earl Spencer, Lord Lieutenant,
on behalf of tbe Catholic bishops of Ireland
writes that the action of the Government
insisting on extending relief to the distress
ed people through the Work-house, is au
outrage on humanity and a court system of
exterminating the native race. Archbish
op Croke has sent .V as a contribution to
the testimonial fund for Parnell.
Berlin, March 19. Tbe statement of
the Imperial bank shows an in reaie in
specie of 2,bu0,0oo marks.
THE NOBLE ST. BERNARD.
Lftdj Florence Dixie's Account of the
5ew York, March 19. The nerald's
special from London contains the following
account of the attempt to murder Lady
Dixie, in her own words: '
"I returned from Ireland six weeks ago
and came here for tbe purpose of retire
ment and quiet, as I have a great deal of
work to do, though at this period of the
year I Invariably stay at our seat In Leices
tershire. On Saturday afternoon at a quar
ter to five I sauntered Into the plantation
which adjoins The Fisheries with my St.
Bernard dog, and bad reached the gate
opening Into Windsor Road, when my
attention was first attracted to a soldier and
a woman passing by. While looking after
them and mentally remarking tbe fine
physique of the man, I was addressed by
w lie, .niu.Mil a I.a . n n .nil ib n n. h
dressed In long cloaks of dark stuff, and
wearing veils, who asked me to tell tbe
time. I replied that I bad no walch
upon me, and then turned back
again into the plantation. I was about
crossing the stile when I noticed that the
women had followed me. This aroused
my suspicions, as the grounds were
private, so I faced round to meet them. I
ha 1 scarcely done so when one seized me
by the throat and struck me violoutly on
the head and threw me on tbe ground. I
called loudly for help, when they pushed
clay Into my mouth. I then saw
by their clean-shaven chins that they were
men in the disguise of women's apparel.
While, prostrate I saw the other man raise
a knife and aim a savage blow at mv right
breast. The knife struck the steel ribs of
my corset and glanced off. Without utter
ing a word be again made a stab which I
caught In my left band. I remember
seeing him raise his hand to
strike another blow, which I
received In my right hand.
I aUo remember hearing tbe noise of a cart
In the road and teeing my dog fly at the
men, I then swooned. I camo to ray
senses an hour after and found myself lying
In the tame
SrOT WHERE I f ILL.
I got up and walked back to the house, and
told my husband and brother of the terri
ble outrage. They at onoe departed
for Windsor to lay the account before the .
authorities." To the noble animal of the
St. Bernard brcod Lady Florence attri
butes her marvelous escape from the assas
sin's knife. It Is presumed that the dog
followed tho would-be murderers for some
distance, as It returned to the house, after
the arrival of Lady Florence. Tho Queen
has requested that a painting of the dog he
done for her. Deteelves have taken the
eorsets worn by lady Florence, who suffer
ed no Injury beyond a slight scratch
from one of the stabs, which, after glanc
ing on her corset, just penetrated her
chemise, and tome cuts on the palms of
both hands. The correspondent questioned
Ladv Florence as to the motive for the
crime. She said: "The whole affair is
most mysterious. I ran ascribe a motive
to no one, as my sympathies for the Irish
people have been opeuly.avowcd and are
well known." It was assumed that the
attack would be laid at the door of the
Irish, an assumption wltlch she warmlv
repudiated, adding: "In these days every
crime must be of I rtsh origin . ' '
Whfekey and tbe Knife.
Siir.i.BYViM.R, I i.l. . March 19. John
Robert, while drunk, stabbed Win. Fagan
with a pockot knife on Main steieet. early
Monday morning. Fagan did nothing to
provoke hliti whatever. His preliminary
trial is In progress with strong evidence
against blm. Fagan will get
Watrrbury, Conn.. March 19. rat
rick Egan departs for New York this
afternoon, Thenoe be goes to Buffalo;
afterwards to Boston.
Ne More Aid Needed.
Siuwnebtown, Ii.i.., March 19.
Mayor Millspaugh announces that no fur
ther aid for the flood sufferers here It
Evansvii.lb, Ind., Marrh 19. Young.
Stepker k Co. 's mattress factory burned
Saturday. Loss. $10,000; Insurance, '
SEVERE SNsKV STORM.
Toronto, March 19. One of the most
severe snow storms of tbs season Is prevail
ing throughout Ontario to-day.
New You, Marob 19.-The City of
Berlin. tosiTlvtrpool, brought fttO.QOO la
JTr. Tllden's house In Gramerey Park Is
row said to be tho richest and most orate In
A number of Communists held a riotous
meeting in Paris on Sunday. Revolution
ary speeches were made.
Mrs. Frank Leslie Is a business woman,
running not less than ten periodicals: and
(thing employment to 400 persons.
Charles G. Rallard, at one time teller of
one of the leading banks nt Syracuse, X.
Y., suicided in Denver on Saturday
Tabor and Davis and Sprngun. There
apiieara to bo a m trrlagn epidemic among
ptiiille men ef age- and motriinonial ex
jurlcnee. In Kansas ( 'Ity, on Sunday nl'lil. Laura
Dolan, a young woman married lastXo
voinlier. shot herself in the presence of her
husband. Jealousy was the causo.
A panic, C'liised bv a faNe alarm of Are,
occiiit -l in Faranla's pavilion in New Or
leans on Suiidav night. Two men, two wo
men, and a girl, a bov and a colm-cd youih
were severely crushed, being trumped up
on. Annie Welshrlek, sixteen years old, mar
ried Circus Boslwlek, colored. In ( islikosli.
Wis., len days ago, during the absence of
of her father. Bostwick was recently di
vorced ftoin his tirt wife, who was also
The Kate Adams made her lirst run
from IIeln:i to Memphis on Sumlav eve
ning, making the quickest tiui" on record,
live hours. eighteen minu-es and
thirty seconds, beating the James Leu's
record fourteen minutes and thirty
Patrick Kchii. formerlv Secretary of the
Irish Land League, deljvurert n tenure .la
Waterbury, Conn., on Sunday evening.
He 1 -lieved "Ireland's long' night of
slavery was approaching Its dawn and that
measures for her natural independence
would be suecejwftil.
III Tavlol-ville. III.. Fi-lilavnveiiin ' Miss
Emma Bond, the victim of tlie terrible af
fair of Inst spring wai feeling better than at
any previous time: her attendants left her
alons in her room for a few moments,
and when they returned the room was
empty. She wa.- found shortly afterwards
in an unconH-ious condition in'the vard ad
joining her father's iiotie. It is supposed
mat sue was currici t hern ny parties wtio
tiered to render her so 111 as to be unable
to appear at the forthcoming trial of .her
N'ew York, March 19. The Tribune
says: ".Nothing is gained in the discus
sion of the tariff question by Imputing un
worthy motives to those who favor the en
couragement of any particular Industry or
lndustriei by protective duties is a mistak
en one. He' ought to be able to say so and
to give reasons for so thinking. ' '
The Sun says: "The trouble predicted
by theoretical financiers as like to result
from the restoration of tho silver dollar has
begun to show itself. A glut of this kind
of coin prevails in Texas and it consequent
ly sells there at a discount compared with
gold and legal tenders. Inasmuch, how
ever, as the banks are obliged to accept It
at par in pay ment of uotes and drafts thev
are embarrassed and remitting to their
A Sleet Hiorin.
Cincinnati, March lu. The gale from
the north last night was followed by rain,
turning to sleet this morning. Tho wind
is still from the north. There Is uo damage
yet to the telegraph wires.
MARCH 10. 183.
TTOGS-Actlve and OttlOo higher; light
$tIJ0-7 "."; mixed packing $7 1or3i7Co:
heavy packing and shlpplng$7 TOftfS 10.
I'AT I'LE Fair demand; exports steady
at ji .'ii(7; others weaker; good to choice
shipping " 7"'" Ml; common to fair Jfufi
liSfts but .;:ra--l00; stockers and
feeders ?J &hab.
" CATTLE Export steers $0 S.'irtM AO:
light to heavy native steers $ iV.fl lft ;
common to medium native steers Wj;
fair to good feeders $-4 a.Vd-4 75; common to
good stockers 44rtt4 IW; common to choice
native cows and heifers 1 7.VJ4 75; scala
watrs f i 70'3 ).
Hot IS Light grades strong and higher;
heavy unchanged; demand fair and supply
small. Light to good orkers Jd 4ifal kit
packing. 10(3-7.10; butchers to extra $7 50
fit' Ci; skips mid culls $iliri(l tiO.
IlotiS 7 4)fa7 7ft for light to good York
ers, .f; 4"r7 !W for packing, and $7nO715
for but hers to extra, skips nnd culls foYa
WIIKAT firain Markets lower; $ 04
March, -fl 01', April, l m M:tv, fl 0!t'
June, .ft US', Julv, .fl 02 vear.
CORN ftl's M;ireh. ,'ilV'( April, M','
Oftll May, fist June, UO'i Julv, Au
gust. OATS-an March, .1!) April, 4'i'i' Mav,
42 Si June.
WIIK AT-CWdat $1 07 March, $1 09 V
April, fl II', Mav, Hi IIS June, J10UV
Julv. 1 1 1)4 year.
COKN-fiU't March, ftl V April, 63Vffl
Mav, fti June, h'tMH July.
OATS 41V March, 41 K April, 42V
WIIRAT-Openeil ,V higher, stibse
nuentlv lout ad mice and declined a trltlc;
So. 1 white i 12; No. a red March $1 in
W; April $1 HiVai",: .lny$122iil
; 120,000 June fl as rail's .
(JOHN V lower, heavy mixed Wos
tern snot OoWfiOSi; future orwri .
t) ATS .-opened a ls WS hidier. after
ward d -ellueil ' V ; Wc-tc iv .Vi .-."7.
ntJTTEIl Creamery at 29:11 for sec
omls. to H2fti.'M for cholco and fancy selec
tions i choice and fancy dairy ufl'iaWN;
medium and low neglected nominally quo
table at UWi'Sft. Northern lioll ipilei
choice at 1920, off grades at l.Va'IN. Near
liv make dull and drsggtug; choli nt I"
(a 10, medium at Mrrl4, and low grade at
rofLTKY Live ('lilckmis: Cocks $2 50
rn2ft; mlxoil fllfaU 23 (according to the
number of cooks lu a coop); hen $!l .'IVrt)
8.V); Turkey hens sud sniiill gobblers
,f0ffrl2: Itti'tfe gobblers fl tiVilft; (ioese
Fcatliereil f.'Wio. as In sle; plucked almost
unsalable; Ducks $Vtt: fto for small to
medium slued, and J8 7ftW4 for choice.
Dressed Turkeys sell moderately at lftra
Hie per lb; chickens, gncso and ducks
K( it is Tho colder weatlinr caused a
Armor feeling, but sales were at. only slight
advances over Saturday's: prices"; sales
were mostly at l.'ISc.
Country markets rather dull. Rod wln
ter wheat off coast declined Ud; California
wheat off const declined Ud; good mixed
American corn, off coast, declined ltd; red
winter wheat to arrive declined Od. Spot
wheat dull. No 3 spring Us fid. I No. S
spring Ha lid; Western winter 9s 7d. Mixed
western corn dull at fit lOd. Demand from
United Kingdom sad Continent dull lot
W.Mt Slid MM. J , - ..,rr,.-
That is what a great
many people are doing.
They don't know just what
is the matter, but they have
a combination of pains and
aches, and each month they
The only sure remedy
yet found is Brown's Iron
Bitters, and this by rapid
and thorough assimilation
with the blood purifies and
enriches it, and rich, strong
blood flowing to every part
of the system repairs the
wasted tissues, drives out
disease and gives health and
This is why Brown's
Iron Bitters will cure
kidney and liver diseases,
neuralgia, dyspepsia, mala
ria, intermittent fevers, &c.
so S, Faca St., Baltimore.
I was a great sufferer from
Dyspepsia, and for several
weeks could eat nothing and
was growing weaker every
day. I tried Hrown's Iron
Bitters, and am happy to say
I now have a good appetite,
and am getting stronger.
Brown's Iron Bitters
is not a drink and does not
contain whiskey. It is the
only preparation of Iron
that causes no injurious ef
fects. Get the genuine.
Don't be imposed on with
Read mill Circulate.
The Illinois Central II. R. Co.
Will sell any of lis remaining lsftils at one dol
lar per acre luss than the prenent prices, from this
time until the ttrsl day of October, lttU. Alter
that dsti tliu present prices will he restored. All
who (lerilru tn ptirctiu-e should avail themselves of
this llhurnl oiVur at onre. P. DAUQT,
l'ot particulars inquire of
M. KASTERDAY A CO.,
A (ft, for I. C. It. X. Lands,
Chop n n finlllility Avenue, lictwucu rfutirth and
Mlxtlt Htruuts, C'nlro, Illinois.
ttVAII kinds rl light and heavy hlarkt mlthfng,
vtHguii and carriage work done tn the uio.twoik
mitnllko maunor, lliirse-shoelug a specialty and
J-Jm IC. INOE,
Manufacturer and Pcalsr In
8th Htrcot, bstwton ComT A vs. and Lave.
CHOICE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS Or AXUN1TIOM.
Salts RsMltad. Ail tUais ol Kays Mal. V
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