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THE DAILY - CAIRO BULLETIN
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 22, 1883,
Impurity of the
ltl(Md, Fever and
ud all Dlteatii
caused by Da-
rangeuient of Liver, Uowtsla and Kidney i.
SYMPTOMS OF A DISEASED LITER.
Had Ureath; Pain In the Side, tom'time ths
pain it felt under the Shoulder-blade, mistaken fur
Kheumauim ; general ! of appetite; Bowels
Severally costive, sometime aliernaiing Uh lax;
le head U troubled with pain, i dull and hetry,
with considerable loii of memory, accompanied
with a painful sensation of leaving undone tomeiliint;
which ought to have been done; a slight, dry couK.fi
and flushed face it sometimes an attendant, often
miitaken for consumption; the patient complain
of weariness and debility; nervous, easily turtled;
feet cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation
of the skin exists; spirits are low and despondent,
and, although satisfied that exercise would be bene
ficial, yet one can hardly summon up furtitude to
try It in fact, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the disease, but case
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet
examination after death has shown the Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
It aliould be uaed by all parsons, old aad
young, whenever any of the above
Pomona Travelinc or I.trlnt; In Un
healthy Localities, by taking a do- occasion
ally to keep tlie I aver in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria, lUllou at lark. Dirtiness, Nau
sea, Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, etc. It
will Invigorate like a glass of wine, but la uo in
If Tou have eaten anything hard ot
digestion, or feel heavy after meals, or sleep
lent at night, take a dose and you will be relieved
Time and Doctor' Dills will be laved
by always keeping the Regulator
In the Haute I
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
safe purgative, allvratlve and tonle can
never be out of place. The remedy is hannlea
and does not interfere with bualueas or
IT IS PrRELV VEGETABLE,
And has alt the power and efficacy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects.
A Governor's Teatimony.
Simmons I.iver Kegulator has been in use in my
family for some time, and I am satisfied it it a
valuable addition to (he medical srieme.
J. Gill Smoktxk, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander If. Stephens, of Ga.,
says: Have derived I'.mt benefit from the use of
Simmons 1-ivei Kegulator, and wish to give it a
"The only Thing that never fall to
Relieve."! have used many rrmtdie for Dys
pepsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never
nave fcund anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmons Liver kegulator has. I sent from Min
nesota to Georgia for it, and wi.uM send furtlier fur
such a medicine, and would advise all who are sim
ilarly affected to give it a trial as it seems ths only
thing that never fails to rehete
P. M. Janncv, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. VT. Maaon tayn From actual ex
perience Id the use of Simmons I.iver Regulator in
my practice I have been and am satisfied to use
aad prescribe it at a purgauve medicine.
ftaJTTake only the Genuine, which always
bat on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Slguatilre of J. IJ. ZEILIN A ( O.
FOR SALE By ALL DRUGGISTS.
EOlsGK H. LEACH, M. U.
Physician and Suryoon.
Special mention paid to the Homtopathle treat
mt'tii of aurilcal dltuate. aad dtseatas of women
Office: Uo Uth stroet, opposite to Pott OfB-.e.
JJH. J. E. STKONG,
128 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOU, KLECTKOVAPOK and MEDICATKD
a I ml ti stored dally.
A lady In attumlanca.
)R. W. C. JOCFLTN,
OKKit K-Klgbtk Street, near ComrjsrcUl Avenue
II. E W. WHITLOCK,
Ortnci No. 11 Commercial Avonna, btwea
Ksrtj and Miith 8tru
D Stovos 1)
No. 27 D 8th a
8 Tinware. S
HE CITY NATIONAL HANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois.
.71 OHIO LBVKK.
A General Dunking: bunitipss
TH08, "W. IIAIalalDAV.
.NTBI1IM1SB BAVIJJO BANK.
Of Cairo, .
KXCLUSIVKLY A SAVINGS HANK,
TIIOH. W. If AIjIjIDAY
PROriUKTOR OF SPItOAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in loo.
ICF. BY THE CAU LOAD OR TON.WELI
PACKED FOK BUHTlPll
Car IiOaUfl a Specialty.
Cor, Twelfth Street and Le?ee,
THE HAVERSTICK HOMI
CIDE. Mrs. Uhler In a Critical
Condition at the
Th Scent of the Shooting-The
New Yokk. March 21. Mr. Emnu
I tiler, whose brother, Geo. W. Oiiklinif,
killed Win. II. llaveMli'k, on .Monday, wits
kept under tlio liiflutmce of opium at the
New York Hospital all day Tue-nlay. 8h
wan tinalilo to to any ouo or to inkke any
autpiimiit. Itr. A. W. Amldon remained
with her all Monday nigh and when he
left the hospital reported that aha was no
longer In danier of heronilne liisan and
would recover. Mrs. Uhler In described aa
a falr-lnired woman of 80, and in said to bo
handsome. Haverstkk's body lav on a
brass bedstead In the sleeplnK-room of hlat
apartment. Thete room are on tlm sec
ond floor of the Pari Flats, on the left of
the main entrance. There are five
room runniK n-k In a row,
the frout room, a pallor, who
wlndow( look south, the next a bed-room
and then three other that were apparently
uniied, one of them a servant's bed-room.
On the wulls hang several painting and en
gravings In lance gilt frames. There ii a
mirror over the mantel, on ono end of
which Mood a Dresden china shetiherd
weiKhine live pounds. The sbepherdVuto
match, Haveratick threw at Conklinc Juet
before Onikllwr shot him. On the wall, on
either hide of the mantel, In frame of
crimson velvet, are photograph of Mrs.
I'hler'i tworblldreu. The (-hildren are:
Maud, 5 year, and Albert, 7 year old.
They are In the custody of Mr. L'hier's
parent. A brown curtain banking In the
uoorway separates the oeu-rootn. Here,
on a bm bedstead with luce curtains lay
Haverniek'a body. When Coroner Levy's
Jury wei.t to the bouse, Deputy Coroner
Dunlin made an autopsy and found tbat
the bullet from Conkllng's revolver
P1KRCED BAVT.RSTICK'a BOOT
in a straight line, entering Just below the -breast-bone,
on the left aide, and lodging
near the skin of hi back. An undertaker
prepared the body for burial after the
autopsy, and the Jury went to Capt. Mc
Ilwalu s room, In the Twentieth Street
itatton-houte to hear testimony. Conkllnjc
was brought before the Coroner. He la a
tall alendi-r man of 27. His eye were
blooUthot. and be pulled bis small, light
brown moustache constantly. He wore a
dark business suit, a silver pin glistenttd In
bis polka dot scarf, and cold buttons
clasped hi cuffs. Ills light-Drown hair
was dishevelled, and he swung a
flat-crowned derby hat In bit hand. Be
looked about !n silence for a while, and
cried, "Hallo, I'm glad to aeo you, "to
an old school fellow he recognized In the
crowd, as he took hla Mat In a comer be
aide the Coroner's table. Juit above his
bead, on the mantel, were the fragments
of the five-pound drstden China thepherd
ess, and Coupling's big pistol with every
barrel but one loaded. The facta of the
shooting, ai telegraphed yesterday, were
told: Conkllng'i counsel said: "This
prisoner has a perfeot defense, which be
will disclose to you at the proper time.
Both in law and morals he was Justified in
taking away his prisoner from the man who
had alienated her from her husband. It was
pursuance of letters from hla mother that
be went to tee her. She besought htm to
take her away, but when he came to re
move her sbe'polntedtotbe room, and fried,
oh he's in there,' meaning Haverstiok.
Havtrstlck then came Into the room and
demanded an explanation. The prisoner
then said that his mission was to take bis
sister from a man who waa leading her a life
that was only a living death. Then Haver
stick elzed the Image from the mantel to
brain him. It was then the prisoner pulled
his pistol and fired, not with the design of
killing, but in self-defense."
A Old Man Hurtlerod nod nil Bdy
Btkbs Station", O., March 21. The
bots of Duncan Dale, a mile north of
here, burned here Monday night. Dales
was ninety-eight years old, aud occupied
the bouse aloue, When the fire had sub
sided the neighbors found the dead body of
Dales under the bed with a rope around
his neck. This not being bis usual bed
room, It is thought he was strangled by
robber and bidden under the bed. and
the house fired. Considerable gold and
sliver coin and some melted monev were
found In the ashes. He bad a large amount
of money In the bouse, and leaves a large
The HUtt War 1st New York.
NkwYork, March 21. There was a
greater sonrcltv of milk here this morning
than on any day since the war between the
farmer and tht milk dealers began. The
mllk-tnen are willing to give anyprloefor
milk but It was impossible to obtain a suffi
cient supply for their customers. A great
portion of the milk, tbat did reach
here came down tho Hudson on
A House Ilnrner Neoteueed.
Kewpoht, H. I., March 21. The Su
preme court sentenced Katie A. Judd, tho
nouse burner, to twenty-flvo years.
I'KltlSHUD IN T1IK FUMES.
The bouse ownsdby Mrs. Hannah Ru
dolph burned this morning and Mary Har
ry, a domestic, burned in the flumes. Loss,
$1UXK); insurance, $7,000.
8an FitANCisro, March 21. The rsln
fall thus far hits .been very light, and fears
are entertained unless there are plentiful
showers before April 1, the wheat and
barley crops will be almost a total failure
except In several const counties, which
may bo aided by the fogs. The fruit and
grspe yield promises to excoed that of any
IS'kw York, Mareh 21. Stocks opened
lo lower for St. 1'ruI. Minnesota and Man
hattan, generally SrSHo lower for the re
malmler of tho list. During the past hour
tho murkot was very dull and heavy, and
with the exception of the Manhattan elo
vatedj, which nphlly advanced to 4:1' from
40. rrlcos sold down Mo to o, led by the
Lake Shore aud Western Union.
Chicago. Mtirch 21. Reports from the
central portion of Illinois indicate that the
cold snap has caused damage to tht
early-sown wheat and seriously affected
Two Men Hyetertooaly Miaalnsr.
Cincinnati. March 21. J. Cohn and
Abe Casaon left ho re two wcoks ago with
$o,000 to buy produue. They have not
slnoe been heard of. Their friends art
AiTelel on Husplclon of Harder,
HAHTrouo, Conn., March 21. Early,
this morning Brooks Johnson, a colored
servant of tits Misses Judson, waa arrested
en suipldoa at belaj oostoerned In thslr
.WASHINGTON NEWS. ,
Brad Still Being Cross-Examined'
Folger'i Unexpected Return
Waihiwoton, March 21. In the Star
Route trial to-day Judge Wylle decided
that the question might be aked whether
or not Brady had given l'rlce drafts to
Walsh. An exception win noted un l tieii
eral Brady then took the stand. When the
question was reiterated ho said: "I
never saw this paper, Mr. Rllss, tititll last
Friday. I never gave It to Walsh. "
Another draft was presented and witness
returned the same answer.
Bliss Inquired what . was
the par value of the Chattanooga
stock tbat witness sought to borrow from
Walsh. Objection wus made. Blms ex
plained be wished to show the nature of
the relations between Walsh and Hrndv,
that the latter sought to borrow Wii.iWO
worth of stock without security. Witness
said the par value of the stock was .t:tn,oiiO,
but the selling value wus .fMJJOO to iiU.ow.
Walsh bought the stock In the oilice of
Foote & Hatch, glvlnu a check upon Wins
low, Lanier A Co. Wins produced a check
but witness said be had not seen the check
drawn by Walsh. When asked why he
had tried to borrow Hie stock, witness said
the purpose was to control th stock and
and also to use it as security In other
operations. BIU asked If he had not In
that way sought to borrow the csjiilvaleiitof
$!4.000 in cash.
Bliss suggested to witness that it was
probaolv as a publlo bnnufactnr that be hart
Invested In newspapers. Bnulv replied
that he had learned the printing trade, snd
always had a hankering for newspapera,
and Imagined he could improve the Nation
al Republican. To the question, "Did it
payr' witness said, laughingly: "Well,
no. I got out about the money I put In."
Slyly to Bliss: "I believe you had some
Bliss: "Only $1,000 worth."
Witness said that he did not hold anv
interest in the Evening- Critic
while in the department.
He sold the Sunday ,'C'upitol la-it October,
and owned no newspapers now except the
Critic, which he still controlled. Bliss at
tempted to refer to the 8rt trial, and aked
why witness had npt attempted before to
answer Walsh, but the court refused M
allow any reference to the former proceed
ings. Witness said that he h.id no knowl
edge of how the l'rlce drafts had come into
Walsh's possession beyond the rumors he
had beard during the trial. After ordering
n adjournment from Thursday until Mon
day on account of Good Friday, a recess
Folft-er's) Retnrn-Treaanry NtntenienS
Washington, D. C, March 21.
Secretary Folger returned to Washington
this morning very much improved in health.
He arrived from Fortress Monroe on the
revenue cutter Ewiug.
He did not visit the Treasury Depart
ment, but Assistant Secretary New
says Secretary Folger will no doubt re
sume personal charge of the Department
The statement of the United States
Treasurer shows gold, sliver and United
Slates notes in the treasury at follows:
Gold coin and bullion !?180..'K''fl.63:. Silver
dollars and bullion $107,133,741 : fractional
silver coin, $27,706,231); United States
notes, H. 4.53,753: total, :W).ifit0.370;
certificates outstanding, gold, $39.3:!2,070;
silver, U9,510,950; currency, $10,120,
0(X. MISSOURI'S CAPITAL.
Legislative Proceedings A Rough " and
Tumble Street Fight.
JKFfERSOv City, 5Jo., March 21.
The e,.nate committee on Ways and Means
has under consideration the general appro
priation bill, and at least three days will
elapse before they are ready to report upon
It. The committee proceeded as soon tu
it met to strike out the clause appropriating
one-third of the entire revenue for school
furposes, substituting one-fourth. In the
enate the McGrath bill, permitting one
corporation to take stock in another, was
defeated, receiving but three votes. The
avowed purpose of this Mil was to get the
street car companies of St. Louis to take
stock in the Exposition, out the Senators
thought the bill would open up the way to
manifold abuses. The House pulsed the
bill appropriating $15,000 to equip
agricultural farm in connection with the
University at Columbia, the measure re
ceiving seventy-nine votes. The House
bill sent up here which would admit tobus
lness In Missouri wild -cat and assessment
Insurance companies wad rofused engross
ment. A FIOHT.
This morning Ed. Vance, tho official re
porter of the House, and Clark, the mem
ber from DcKalb, bad a spat ut their
boarding bouse over some trivial matter
and adjoined to the street In their shirt
sleeves to settle It A dreamy snow storm
was In progress. The contestants went at
it with a will, and the beautiful snow was
I drenched in gore. Vance, the reporter,
; cot very much the best of it. Ua appeared
in the Mouse tuts morning witn a bandage
over one eye. Clark remained at home,
being actually unpresentable.
H.LIN0IS LEGISLATURE. .
A Pressing Demand for Prohibition and
Si-RixoriBLn, III, March 21. Iu the
Senate the first half hour was devoted to
receiving petitions, a large number of
which were read, and almost every one
asked for a constitutional umcmlment eith
er for giving women the ballot or for
prohibition. Every member both In the
.Senato and In the House was furnishud
with a copy of the petitions, to which were
attached the names of men und women in
the State over 21 years of age of tho num
ber of tftunty-stx thousand, as
was stated by Senator Rice in the present
tatton of the petition from his constituents.
When the consideration of Senator ('lark's
mot Ion to reconsider the vote whereby the
bill providing for administering an oath to
every schedule of property by the assessor
was reached, a very Interesting debate oc
curred on this question, Its opposcrs liclng
led by Senators Alnsworth and Cornice,
while its supporters followed In the lead of
Senators Stark and Mcrrltt. Tho. hours of
two special orders were consumed In this
discussion, aud at 11.30 tho veto to recon
sider carried, and the bill was passed by 20
Iu ths House Mr. Littler presented a pe
tition representing 50,000 temperance peo
ple. Amid excitotncM the House culled on
to tho presentation of petitions. At least
200. 000 people were represented in the pe
titions asking for constitutional amend
ment prohibiting the manufacture and sale
of alcoholic drinks and for women's suf
frage. Mr. Linegar's bill for raising tho
streets and leveos in overflowed districts
was passed with tho emergency clause.
rottYthe BondBoblMr. K9
' St. Joseph, Mo., March. 21. All the
testimony In the oiso of Scott, the bond
robber, who was arrested In New York, Is
in the oily, and arguments have begun.
Beta are freely offered on a verdict of
guilty, and a sentcuee of not loss than ten
years ( expected.
Representatives of English capitalists are
In treaty for tht purchase of several narrow
gauge rilrea4 In Kisleo,
One Married, 'the Other "Sweet Sixteen"
Run iwaj with Lovers.
5kw York. March 21. The usually
quiet village of Gleuwood. L. I., Is Iu a
slate uf excitement which the local gossips
are making the most of. Two elopements
hit vu been ad(i:d to the social history of the
village. On Monday Mr. Juuies liattersou,
who is a properou oyster planter, came
home for tUmicr at the usual hour. To bis
surprU" he found the house locked and
deserted . An examination of the place
showed that his wife had tuken away a
considerable sum of money and other
valuutilet, aud even his good
clothing. His attonlshtneut was so great
tbat he at once made basic,
to learn tho chum of this con
dition of uffalrs, and he learned that Mrs,
Hattetsoii and one Wm. Clark, accom
panied by thu woman's three-year-old
child, bad eloped. Thunderstruck, the
Indignant buslmnd hurried to the railway
Mutton, where ho whs informed that tbn
runaw ay parties bad taken a train for
Hunter's l'olnt. They Mid driven to the
depot in a buggy which was hired for thu
occasion. When Mr. BAtterson returned
home he found a letter from his wife, lu
which alie confessed thai she bad gone
away with Clark, ber lover. He 130 years
of age. Mrs. Battersou baa always been
highly repected by the people of Glen
wood', and the step she has taken has giv
en thctn a shock from which they have not
yet recovered. "Why, " s.ild onu of the.
villagers, "she was the last person you
would think would leave bar husband
KUN AWAY WITH ANOTHEH MAN,
but she's done It. I pity ber from the bot
tom of my heart." She vas ono of the
prominent members of the Methodist
Church. They came here to live about
three years ago. Mrs. Katterson is 28
veurs of age and is a blonde, very attractive
and has been very popular in social circles
ever since ber residence In (ilenwood.
Clark wes a mutual friend of the family,
and has been a boarder In the house for the
last three months. It was believed that he
and the faithless wife bad started for Nor
The other elopement Involves Charles
Sniflln, of Sea Cliff, a youth of eighteen
years, and Ella Smith, of Glenwood, of
blushing sixteen, a niece of Capt. Charles
P. Smith, formerly of the ill-fated steam
"How did they manage it?" asked the
reporter of several villagers who stood in
frout of a store, discussing the novel situa
tion of affairs.
"Well, vou see," said one of the num
ber, "they hired a carriage and drove
twenty miles before they found a minister
to splice them. At Syosit tbey caught on
to Rev. Chas. Clark, pastor of tbe Epis
copal church there, and he fixed tbe Job
It was fvrther ascertained that, after the
marriage the young Benedick drove to tbe
residence of tbe bride's parents, where the
youthful bride was welcomea. Snlfflin,
owever. was refused admission to tho
house and has not since seen bis bride. He
vows he will have ber at all hazards, and
habeas corpus proceedings are likely to oc
cur. Much indienatton Is felt by tbe vil
lagers against Kev. Mr. Clark for perform
ing the marriage ceremony.
LADY FLORENCE DIXIE.
The Story of the Assault Believed to t a
New York, March 21. A special
London cable says: "Those likely to be
bet informed regard tbe statement of Lady
Florence Dixie as to the attack on her as a
pure fabrication. Not a trace of any strug
gle can be found on the damp mould on
which the struggle is alleged to have taken
place. Two men dressed in womeu's
clothes could not possibly have
reached the house without being seen.
Three men, a soldier and a gardener, were
all within a few yards of the Scene at tbe
time alleged, have all been examined, and
neither uw nor heard of it Lady Flor
ence herself is now bewildered about It,
aud it is unnecessary to say she has the
reputation of being half mad. It is known
that she wrote to Parneil on his release,
avowing herself to be a strong Nationalist,
and urging him to act with her."
Braipwood, III., March 21. There is
likalv to be some disgraceful scenes at the
Diamond Mine before tbe bodies of the un
fortunate victims are laid to rest. Tbe
coroners of Will and Grundy oountles are
both there for the purpose "of reaping the
reward of $11 per corpse for holding the
Inquest, and each insists be is tbe proper
person to do the Job. Thore is also said to
be serious trouble in tbe ranks of the relief
committees. The water is now less than
three feet deep, and It is hoped to be able
to begin removing the bodies next Sunday.
A fence is being built to keep tbe crowd
back when the work Is hegun. A mine has
been explored a short distance and found
not caved. John Marshall, one of the es
caped miners, died yesterday from con
sequences of the nervous shock and ex
haustion. A Murderer Retarna Horn and Sur
rentier. Taylokviilk, III., March 21. John
W. Leigh, who shot and killed James
Rigby at Palmer, in this county last Octo
ber, came to this city at an early hour this
morning, and was driven to the residence
of Judge McCaakill, his attorney. While
there a warrant was served on him by W.
K. Eltzroth. Leigh said he came for the
purpose of surrendering himself to the au
thorities. Tbe murder at tbe time of its
commission created great excitement here
and the woods around Palmer were
searched and guarded for weeks. Leigh
says he has bcon In tbe Michigan prairies
since tbe murder.
A FisUl Accident with Hot Htl.
Clkvkland, O., March 21. In con
sequence of an accident to tho hydraulic
apparatus In the Cleveland Rolling Mill
Company's bessemor steel works, the huge
converter containing several tons of melted
metal overturned, spilllug Its contents Into
tho pit. The hot metal, on striking the
damp sand, exploded with violence, and
scattered widely, fatally burning Patrick
Foley, and anothor workman is so dis
figured that he is not yet identified, and
budly scalding a dozen others.
Ono ot ino Outlaws Dead.
Boonkvillk, Ark., March 21. -Johnson,
one of the outlaw train robbers who
was wounded in the light with the sheriff's
posse on Monday, died last night. Tho
posse Is pressing hard on tho rest of the
gang, and bloody work is expected.
Waterbury, Conn.. March 21. An
incendiary fire this morning destroyed tbe
machine shop of the Nangatuck Machine
Company, at Union City; also, the now
elevator In course of construction. Loss,
$18,000; insured for $10,000.
Hydrophobia and Death.
SlODtClTT, lo., March 21.-Wlllle Mo
Murre, aged 6, died Tuesday night of hy
drophobia, after tour days of terrible suf
Niw York. March (31. The steamship
Olibert brought 636,000 traooa and the Lab
Serious! Hurt by a Fall- Great Anxiety
Niw Torx, Maroh 21. A London spe
cial says: Tbe injuries reonlved by the
Queen, Saturday, by slipping upon ths
stairs of the Palace at Windsor, while de
scending to take hor carriage for a ride,
now turn out to be more serious than at
llrst supposed, and It is believed she will
be co ii In ltd to her room for some tlrno.
At tin' tune of tbe accident.
Her Majesty and attendants
thought but little of It. Tbe Oueen, alter
returning to her room and making an ex
aminatlou In order to ascertain the extent
of her injuries, determined to carry out her
intention and take a drive. On returning,
and when attempting to leave the carriage,
he found she was unable to do so, und had
to be assisted by her attendants,
who found It necessary to oarry her tu her
room. Her Majesty's physician- were at
onoe summoned, and upon examination
found bur knee to be badly swollun and in
flamed. There is much uncaii)us
throughout tho city concerning her condi
tion. Crowds stand about bulletin places
eagerly watching and asking for news.
Ths struct In many places are blocked
with crowds of laboring people, who
have "knocked off work" in
thslr anxiety to kee; informed.
Tho bulletin Just posted announces that
tbe Queen is
by a full corps of royal physicians. Tbe
orowd surrounding the luilleriu was so
great tlmt th'ise In the rear could not make
it out, and a demand for a reader was
made. A man mounted a pile of paving
stones and cried out the Intelligence. When
the man motlnned to make his first utter
anoe the entire crowd, which was almost
exclusively composed of worklngmen,
uncovered and wore still. The bulletin
produced the most evident depression.
The bulletin announced that the knee upon
which Her Majesty fell has become greatly
swollen, aud that every effort is being mude
to confine the swelling'.
Atsp, m. It was announced tbat ino
Queen's physician have authorized the
statement to be made that Her Mujusty is
In no Immediate danger. The statement
is coupled with the information that
her Majesty may, however, be confined for
an Indefinite time to come. Ills under
stood the Queen is suffering quite as much
from exhaustion in taking a long ride after
abe received ber .injury, for the purpose of
disabusing the public mind of all impres
sion tbat she was hurt, as that the conse
quences of the wound Itself. This forti
tude is the them of universal comment and
working people seem to glory iu tulklng
about what they call the "bravery of the
Bbrlw, March 21. Nothing Is known
here concerning tbe scheme attributed in
America to Bismarck for acquiring land lu
Mexico, on which to settle Uorinan emi
St. Petersburg, March 21 .A person
has beon arrested at Moscow while ordering
clock work of a suspioious description.
London, March 21. The report that th
Dean ot Canterbury has received a letter
threatening that the doauery will t.e
blown up on the occasion of the enthrone
ment of the new ArchbUbop Is pronounc id
London, Maroh 21. One hundred and
ten thousand pounds wore withdrawn from
the Bank of England to-day for
shipment to New York. Bar silver 60.
MABCH 21, 1888.
HOGS Opened slow and 6(S)10o lower;
light $0 9007 65; mlxod packing $77 00;
heavy packing $7 tVWa3 15.
CATTLE lie cOlnta. ft.KiXl! Btcurk" .
ports $! 60(37 15; good to choice shipping
oTrftJ 50; common to fair 45 itim'S 90;
$2 75(35 00; stock cr 3 VHd
CATTLE Light shipping $5 758 25,
heavy shipping steeri $rt 50(37 00; common
to fair native cows 1 B0rrH 40, native
steers and hnlfers $4 50ft4 90,1 cows and
calves $18(300 07.
HOOS Steady; demand better. Light
to choice Yorkers $7 40r7 5ft; heavy ship
pers and Buffalo $T tk)(a7 70; butchers' to
extra $7 00(37 75; skips and culls $685
SHEEP Steady, with a vory good de
mand, which was freely met at the follow
ing prices: Common to medium $M 2.VS4
76; fair to good $.Vn," tin; fancy, $,' 7.Vc
6 25; stockers, $.1(:1 50.
WHEAT March $1 03S1; April $1 04V;
Mav$l 00 V; June$t 0l'; Julv $1 0S.b.;
COIEN-March fl.'t't; April 6:iV; May
67;; June 67 S'; July 61); August
OATS-MarchSIKa., April .TOY b.;Mav
42; June 43; July 41.
WIIK.VT ifl (IMS March. $1 0I) April,
$1 US May, $1 12 June, $1 08 July, $1 DOS'
CUHNiDVOrt March, 60V April, 62
May, 5:1 June, 55 July, year 45.
OATS 31) March, 40 .S April, 42sYtS
WHEAT-Apiil $118; May $120;
Juno $1 21'.'.
COI.S-Mari'h 07. ; April (58; May 07.
OATS-Aprll50'i; May 51 5 June 61',.
Creamery ranged at 2IV3.'ll for choice and
fancy, to 32 fur gllt-edgo lit a small wi.y;
choice and fancy Dairy at 27(328; medium
ami low nominal at 10(325. Northern IColl
qulot choice at 111(320 ; off grades at I.Vtf
Id. Near-bv mnko dull and dragging;
choice at 16(31(1, medium 13(314, and low
grade 10(312. .Sales, 10 tubs Creamery ut
EfiOS-Markt-t tamo at 13(314c.'
POl'LTHY-Livo-Chlekens-, locks $275
(33; mixed $3 2.Vrf.1,; Hens $.1(1(1(33 75;
Turkms Hens aud small Oobblers $HX3
12; large (robhlers $14(315; Gese-42ritt,
according to sizo. Ducks .Small to
medium sized $."1(3:150: choice to fancy
largo $3 76(34. Dressed Turkeys selling
quiet at 10 U) lb; Chlckcns.Ueese and Duck
Country markets rathfr dull. Good
mixed Amorlcan corn off coast declined 3d.
Bed winter wheat and California wheat off
coast declined Hdj California wheat to ar
rive declined d ; mtxml Amorlcan corn to
arrive declined tld. Spot wheat dull and
easier 1 No. 2 spring 9s 4d; No. 8 spring Hs
6d; Western winter wheat 9 6d; California
declined Id. Mixed western corn dull and
asler at 6 7d. Demand from United
Kingdom awl ConMnrat stall and MgkMt4
S4isBt sftQssi (rt4f ..
That is what a great
many people arc 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.
soj S. Pica St., Baltimore.
Nor. t8, iflfli.
I was a great sufferer from
Dyspepsia, and for several
weeks could eat nothing and
was growing weaker every
Hay. I tried Brown'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
Bead and Circulate.
The Illinois Central It. It. Co.
Will aull any of Its remaining Isnda at oue dol
lar per acre less than tho pr!ut prtcs, from this
timi'uuti! thu llrHt. (Uv of Octiibi'r, 14. Alter
that date thu pruscnt prices will h restored. All
who dcalri! to iniKhim.' should avail thuuisi'lve of
this lihwrul offer at onre. P. UAUQY,
Fot particulars Inquire of
At. for 1. C. It. K. Lands,
Calm. 1 11 Inula.
Shop on Haillilny Avi'iui.', but whom tT.iurth and
Hlxtb Htri-ets, Cairo, Illinois.
MtTAII kinds o Vuht anil heavy hliickmlthlng,
wann and carriage work douu In the mo.t woik
manllko ruaunor. II .rsu-sliuolng a sixoialty anil
Mannractitror and Doalsr In.
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