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THE DAILY- C ATRO .BUT J jETTN.
CAJRO, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY MORNINft MARCH 23, 1883.
While other Baking Powders are largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
Aas 6een tspf unchanged in all He original
purity and strength. The beet evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
Its daring received the highist testimoni
als from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analzed it, frot
its introduction to the present time. No
other powders show so good results by ihs
true te$tthe TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS I PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, X1L, and St. Louis, Mo.,
SUaaftutarw. L.palla Iwt Oraa, Dr. PiWs SpMlal
rtsrlaa SasraeM, aa Ur. Frist's Ulu rrfa.
SJtettf Vr fiyi-pepsiu,
Impurity f tho
IMuod, Fever and
ami all IHiteanes
.aimed bjr !-
rangement of Liver, liowels and KMnrjri,
(SYMPTOMS Or A DISEASED LITER.
Had lirealh; Pain in the Side, tonttiiincs the
rain il felt under the Shoulder-blade, mistaken for
Kheumauim ; general luss of appetite : Bowel
generally coiuve, sometimrs alternating with la;
llie head U troubled with pain, is dull and heavy,
with considerable Ion of memnty, accompanied
with painful senna tin of leaving undone something
which ought tu have been done: a slight, dry cmin
and flashed face it sometime? an aucn iant, often
mistaken for consumption; the patient complaint
of weariness and debility : nervous, easily ttartled:
feet cold or burning, v.metiines a prickly sensation
of the skin exists, spirits are low and despondent,
and, although satisfied thai exercise would be bene
ficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it in fact, distrust every rrmeiy Several
of the above symptoms attend the divase. hut case
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet
examination after death has shown the Liter to
have been extenaivcly deranged.
It ihould be used by all persona, old and
jouug, whenever any of the above
remoni Traveling or I.I vine In l"u
bealthy localities, by taking a dose occasion
ally to keep the I Aitr in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria, Hlllout attack, IHruneit, Nau
sea, Drowsiness, Leprestin of Spinu, etc. It
will ionirormie like a class of w iue, but U uo to
If You have eaten anything hard of
digestion, or feel heavy alter mcais. or aleep
lra at night, take a dose and you ill be relieved
Time and Doctor.' HUM will be saved
by altvayt keeping the Ilegulator
In the House I
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
aafe purgative, alterative and tonic can
never oe out of place. The remedy is harmlett
and duet not interfere with bualuess or
IT IS FfRELY TECETAIiLK.
And hat all the power and efficacy of Calomel or
(Quinine, without any of the injurious after elicit.
A flovernor'a Tettlrnony.
Simmon! Liver Regulator hat been in use in my
family for some time, and I am satisfied it it a
valuable addition to the medical science.
' J. Gill Shobtsh, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Aleiantlt-r II. Stephen, of fia.,
ay : Have derived tome bench t from the use ol
Simmons Uvcr Regulator, and with to give it a
The only Thing (hat never falls to
Believe." I have uted many remedies for Dys
pepsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never
have found anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmon! Liver Regulator has. 1 sent from Min
nesota to Georgia fr it, and would send further for
such a medicine, and would advise all who are sim
ilarly affected to give it a tri.d as il teems the only
thing that never fails to relieve
P. M Jannkv, Minneapolis, Minn.
Ir. T. AY. Maoii aaysi From actual ex
perience in the use of Simmons I.iver Regulator in
my practice I have been and am satisfied to use
and prescribe it as a purgative medicine
f4yTake only the Genuine, which always
has on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Murk
and Signature of J. II. ZEII.IN" Si CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
E0RG12 II. LEA.C1I, M. I).
Phvnician and Suryroon.
Hnnnlal attention Dulil to the omeotHthlc treat
roi'Dt orsnrgical disowns, and diseases of women
OfBce: On 14th street, onptmlte tho Pout OftVo,
R. J. E. STRONG,
128 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, ELECTRO-VAPOR Ni) MEDICATED
A lady In attendance.
R. W. C. J0C5LYN,
OFKICK-Elfhtk Btreet, near Comnerclal Avenue
R. E W. WUITLOCK,
' Omoe No. 18S Commercial Avenue, betwseo
Kcat'aand Nluth Httteu
" "T-" ,
THE SEAT OF GOVERMENT,
ROBT. LINCOLN LOOMING UP
FOR PRESIDENT IN 1884.
The Stir Route Mill Grinding Slowly-In.
tereit Due to Be Paid-Other News.
filar Houte Trial.
Wash i.nuti ik
-March !i2.-Te Star
Home triul no
resumed thlH niornliisT.
Jngersoll culled Theo. y. Torruy. ofNuw
York. The witucst bad oc-
ciiplcd an ollice la the He-reel
uuiiuinif wun ntevneu uoiscv. jie
was In full climve of Dornev's business.
draw In two-thirds of hit checks and in
possesion of hit book and paper. Wit-rif-na
personally occupied room No. 0, and
It whs impossible fur anyone to get Into
room ."to. a wimout paining
blm. it. F. Miilllns alio bad a
desk In room No. ti. There were two
desks and a safe in No.fi. The ''new
book" anil tin box coutalning Uorsev's
papers were kept there. lrst aw Kerdell
in Vebriurv, 18W. Did not give a red
book or any book to Kerdell on June IU.
Jisel . He never taw blm at that office, anil
he wan not there ou t hat d.iv.
There wan no book, mcli as de
scribed by Kerdell. In wit-
iichm ' custody, orany book resembling It.
He never saw book' bound In red leather
In the ollice, and they could not have been
kept there without bin knowledge. He
ww Stephen Dorsey on the evening of June
13, 181, at hit- room in the Alhnmarle Ho
tel. He fixed the dale because Horsey
asked him If Kerdell had been
iu the office. He left New York February
21st last for Europe, and was at
sea on July In February,
Herdell brought two check-books to
Ihe ollice. One win on Mlddleton k Co.,
and the other on the Citizens' National.
Kerdell afterwards took away the Mlddlv
ton book, but It came lute witiiosa,' pf,
lion araii). There were only two (mail
mining lioi'kn on wltnem desk on June Sit,
)0. Kerdrill wai never tn the office at 146
Hruadway, and never received any
aliMi4ct of a book or copies of booki from
;ro!-exaniliied bv Merrlek: His reason
for milking so hort a ttay (three days) In
London wan heenue Dortey cabled blm to
come back; lilt testimony km Important to
Merrick: Suppoe we brluif two detec
tives to awear that thev followed Kerdell
and aw him enter tbeottice!'
The court ruled out the question, al
though Merrick managed to aiert that he
would produce two I'ott-offlca Inspectors
to swear to the fact.
Lincoln lor rreeldent ! IHHi-How
Arthur la Worried.
WasniNaTo.v, March !!2. There leema
to be uo doubt that there Is a plan to brltiK
about the nomination or sicretary Lincoln
for the Preidencv. Whether the plan will
be ucceKful or not reinnlns to be teen.
Intimate f liends of Lincoln say that while
be is ambitious In thlsliue.be thinks that
the next campaign will be too soon, and
that he would prefer to tee the matter go
over until 1SN so far an be is concerned.
Yet hhuultl It be seen that be la the man to
lead the party to tuccesa Iu ism he will not
object, it really teems that PTwrfdeut
Arthur has llttlo denire to rerjiuin anotoer
term in the White Uoue. Hla stay there
has not been a very agreeable one, for be
hii been driven to death with the cares of
office and demands of all grades of
his part v for otlioe. Speaking of the
continuous preos of butlueta a couple of
daya ano be taia mat u naa Kept up con
stantly since the clone of Congress, almost
a steady as before. "I thought," be
said, "that I should jet some rest after
Congress adjourned, but It seems Imposti
ble to get It. If 1 could have three days of
uninterrupted quiet I could clear up the
mass of Dusinett mat nas aecumuiatea on
my deik and Is pressing upon me con
stantly. Hut I cannot get three hours, to
say nothing of three days of quiet. There
are callers wnote business ana wnose posi
tion are such that thev cannot be refused,
and ko day after day and week After
week the burden oontinues to weigh me
Mr. Phillips, the rrenldent's private
secretary, nam to your correspondent re
cently that the number of callers and the
demands upon the President's time seemed
to have increased since the adjournment
rather than decreased.
Wasuisotox, Mtrch 22. .Tudct
Lawrence, First Comptroller of tho Treas
ury, rendered his decision on the question
submitted by the commissioner ni internal
Revenues as to whether the tax and tariff
act of March 8, into "either of ilself or In
connection with the existing la as, operates
as an appropriation or money necessary to
pay the claims which may be presented'
under Ua fourth section for the
rebate of the tax on un
broken factory packages of tobacco and
snuff, cigars, uneroots, and cigarettes.
The Comptroller decides this act does not
make an appropriation of money for the
payment of claims for rebate authorized, by
laid fourth section, and that thero it no
other statute which makes an appropriation
of monev applicable Mr that purpose. He
also dectdet that, "The siatute authorize!
the payment of claims for rebate to manu-
raciurers in stamps at tun roiiucett rate
therein provided, but no such provision It
made for the payment to dealers, "
Livery BtabU Burned by an In
Sbi.iomam. Mo,, March 22. A very
disastrous tire broke out thlt morning at 4
o'clock, In the Immense stablet
of the Eureka Springs Sit1; Line, In
this town, totally destroying all attached.
buildings, with tne exception or me iiiacn
imlth and paint shops. Seven large Con
eord coaches were bwrnetl along with
teveriil baggage wagons and drays, dipt.
w. k. Davis, or Little itocK, it sole owner
and proprietor of this once very
popular stage line and since
tho opening of the Eureka
Springs railway bat been making efforts to
remove hit line and rolling stock tn Little
Rock, two carloads of which left Wednes
day from these buildings. This was ha-
5ond doubt the work of an Incendiary,
tr. Davis la now at the Planters ' bouse la
Beoretary Folger Worse Again.
Washinoton. D. C,i Maroh 22.
Peeretary Folger, though feeling stronger
Wednesday, nnd improved by his trip, Is
suffering to much from a fresh cold, which
affects hit eyes quite tevorely, that he
is unable to attend to nis omoiai
duties. The Secretary requires rest from
the caret of olHoe for a considerable time.
He It tn no condition, physically, to atteud
to hit duties, and only quietude and com
plete cessation from work can build h(m up
Ton Ochiltree's Salary.
tff,.,.tuMM., fs. il st.....L nn
lraottijtisiuiti n. v em run
Representative Thoniat Ochiltree hat died
a supplemental argument with the First
Comptroller of the Treasury In regard to
the authority of the Treasurer to withhold
the payment or nit eaiary at a member of
Congress until hit aonoiint as Marshal of
Texas have been tattled. This argument
Suettlont tho legality of tuuh an action tin
er the Constitution in the (round that Itt
operation would qBrTY' a portion oi iaa
aftlieni of the Unltol Itatet ef represent
Won In CaniTta. -4 . ....
F.aporl, e' I ork.
Wabiiinoton, 1. C, March 22. la
pits of the outcry nver the action of the
German government relative to the Amer
ican hog, a table issued by the bureau of
ttatlstlcs yeeterday shows that the exports
of pork have not declined alarmingly dur
iiiji inu iav lew inoiiiiii. aooui, zn,ujv,inn
jitniiiiLi were exported u wring tun lour
11 1 f kill h. etirllni Vultrnurv H a. nirulnst.
34,ihm),ikki during Ihe convspondlng perlml
of las-t year. The exports of hams were
nearly ),OO0,0("J pounds against M.WXUMK)
during the tame period of last year. The
exports of bacon, however, show a pretty
lurun rmliw.t l,in tViA rnimnlit Kolnir 1JH
OfM),(K)Oas tgaiiiHt lfJO.fKtfi.CHiO during four
inoiii n or iai yeat. ttiii ueeiiuu in not
attributed largely to the ' American contro
vert, for there has been even a greater
decline In tf.o exDtii'ts of some other clausal
Washington. March 'J2. A circular
letter has been sent to Treasurer (Mlflllan
and all Ai-ilstant Treasurers, uiitliorlzlng
them to commence payment of interest due
April i nn tne HMn tnst., witn-
out rebate. I be interest amounts to 7,
STO.T-s."!. About .f.Vf.lsJU in checks for regis
tered Interest will be mailed in season for
presentation on the 20th Inst.
The Mollle Matrulre NhooMiitr.
Unio.ntown. A'a.. March 22. John
Kane, the MollleiNuguire shot by Superin
tendent Kelghtler, of Y'oungsitov n Coke
Works, Wednesday morning, Is still alive,
althoueh be cannot survive much longer.
ills wonderful bold on life astonishes ev
eryone, lie has four Wilrty-elulit cali
ber balls in his body, two
of them In the abdomen and two in the
breast, one being In th right lung. The
physicians think he can live only a few
noun at the must. He norslsts' that hn
did not intend to harm Keigthley. $a pis
tol was lounu on nis person, ins mentis
are almost up in amis at the killing.
Kelghtley remains In the Sheriff's office,
no information having been made against
him. Bunk Collins, Kane's Mollle Ma
gulre companion, it under arrest. He
swears be will put a bullet through K eight -ley't
Mrs. Idle and JeeaeJmnet.
LOL'iaviLl.K, March 22. As the libel
suit of (ieorge H. Kite and wife against the
Courier-Journal progresses it is dailv more
evident that Mrs. Httc was unwise to uli-
Joct her character to Judicial investlnation.
All the witnesses for the defense have tes
tified as to the bad repute In whlce she was
held in Adalrsvllle, Logan county, Ken
tucky, and that it was known that she gave
birth to a child a few months after her first
marriage to Clay I'erk. The reported
liason between herself and Jesse James was
generally btieved, a ho made the house of
nis uncle, Mr. Hite. asort of beadiiuarters.
She had been heard to sav that If she had a
friend nn earth It was Jcse James; anil
after the killing of Wood Hite, who spied
upon her actions for her father, who was
Jealous, she said Jesse had shot him.
A Destructive Fire In the Month.
CoLi'MBUi. G., March 32. Early this
morning the Fontane Colton Warehouse
burned. It was owned by Abe IHirea, and
kept by Hatcher and Hran'non. Thiiiy-fnur
hundred balet of cotton, forty rolls of bag
ging, three hundred bundles of ties, twen
ty barrels of syrup, forty-one bales of do
mestic, besides other property on storage,
were dest roved. The Columbus Hagtlnj;
Factory had on storage $11,IXKJ worth of
bailing. Even-thing except the orfice
furniture was a iotal loss. The loss is esti
mated at $200. WO. Insurance on building
and contenti $146,000.
23,000 tor st Htisiiion.
CHICioo, March 22. Tho trotting stal
Hun, Jerome V-ddv, recird 2:1HS. watiUl
Wednesday to H. C. Jewett k t o. . ft'if-
falo, for j2"5,0o0. With the exception of
finuggier and rieamont, this is trie laigest
price ever paid for a trotting stallion. It
bad been the Intention to keen the animal
on the turf this season, with the expecta
tion of excellng the bei-t record, but tho
preent owners ha"e taken blm to Aurora,
'. Y.. and will place Uni on the stock
farm with the Intention of retiring him
from the track .
Guards Stationed lo Prevent the
Hpreitd of Niunll I'ox.
Jopi.ix, Mo.. March 22. -Night beforo
last information reached our city authorities
that the snmll-pox had airain broken out at
Short Creek. The iuarantlne regulations
were promptly enforced and the marshal
ordered to place out guards to tee tbat the
order It obeyed. Joplin has been quite
fortunate so far, not a single case having;
appeared within Its borders this season.
A High Life t.loneinenV
LiRor, III., March 22. An elopement
In high life occurred here yesterday. A
John Wledner, a rich young farmer, living
near town, eloped with Miss Flora Venor,
a very pretty and attractive girl, diuightor
of a prominent resident of Leroy. They
departed ou the east-bound passenger train
on the Indianapolis road, ltl Is supposed
going to Indianapolis. Though Wledner it
quite highly respected, Miss Venor't pa
rent It teems objected to tho match.
Fatal Oft Explosion.
Siiisavpoah, Pa., March 22. An
explosion of gas occurred this morning at
Packer Colliery N'o, 2 of the Lehigh Valley
Coal Co., at Lost Creek, bv which Martin
Toohey, 'John Murray, Wm. McAdrew,
James l.ltuhni tn, Wm. Lltchmnn nud a
Polandor (name unknown), were severely,
perhaps fatally burned. The two Litch
man't (father and son) are inept seriously
Jealousy Oauset a Double Crime.
Sax Francisco, March 22. J, C. Ran
ches, member of au old Spanish family of
the State, a musician, Tuesday night en
tered the National Concert hall, Dimont
street, where his mistress. Clara A. Ren
nlckt, ua a waiter girl, and shot her,
probably fatally. He killed himself.
Jonlousy was the cause.
Attaoked by Mexican!.
San Francisco, March 3. A Tomb
ttono dispute,!) says a party of American
from Frovtdcnela Mine, Sonora, were at
tacked by Mexican rustler in camp. Uno
Aasericau was wounded. The others re -treatod,
outnumbered. Tho loss of the
Mexicans la unknown.
A Strike Expeoted.
Cincinnati, March 22. -The clear
makers here aro moving In the matter, and
have demanded au Increase of a dollar a
thousand on May 1. Tho manufacturer
tay that according to the present outlook
they cannot iniiko tho advance, and a strlka
Chicaoo, March 22. A Sun Francis
co special recounts the discovery of an em
bei.lemeiit In the ofllcu of Mute lluiior
Commissioner John S. Orav, who fled
when the shortage, estimated at f0,miO
Hour Mills Bnrned.
Hamilton. )., Starch 22. Tho Ww
Hamilton mills burned Inst night. They
were owned by John Koehler and leased to
Sender Co, Lost, $10,000 to 1 ,H
Insurance, $2,500 on ttock, none on build
ing. tin- Hlmeell I p.
Cai.ai, Ma.,' March 22. -Herbert Katon
who thot hit brother Joteph and hamuol
Kelley, Tuesday evening, returned to the
city last night and gave himself up. Ball
wai accepted In $7,000,
SmrMAN, Iu.. March 22.-A frauitj
barn owned by Edward Meatynrd burned
last night Involving the death of lilO bead of
oaule and tiit deatruotten o. property val
THE HAyERSTICK HOMICIDE.
Mrs, Uhler'i Demonstration Over the Dead
, Body of Her Lover.
New York, Mtren 22. Mrs. Emma
H. Dhler remained lirtlie New Yol k hos
pital most of the Inv under police restraint.
She rallied during Tuesday night, chatted
with the doctors, slapt quietly uiiU sound
ly. In the hospital none but the doctors
were'perrnlttod to talk with her. Tht
newt of Haverstlck's deithwas not con
veyed to her until Tuesday night. Whet
Dr. Amidon told her of it she listened
calmly. Tbebodvof Haverstick was pre
pared for burial' bv a West Fortv-flrsi
ttreet undertaker. The brother of the de
ceased man, Jos. B. Haverstick, arrived
from Carlisle in the morning and went to
the undertakers. The body
wat afterwards deposited In a
tquare coflln covered with black cloth and
velvet. On the lid was a plain silver plate,
bearing the Inscrlptson, 'Wm. A. Haver
etlck, died March IU. INKS." The body
was put aboard a Pennsylvania railroad
train at 8 o'clock to be taken to Carlisle.
The brother went with the body. Corouer
Levy resumed hit investigation. The evi
dence given was relative to (acts already
"I have received many letters of aympa
thy front fiilfornia and Nevada," Conk-
ling SMid to a reporter. "Some people In
this city whom I don't know have ulo
written to me Justifying what I did. I wish
you to do my sUter the Justice to remove a
misapprehension In the public mind a to
THIS WAS HER FI8RT FALSE ATKP.
and, while the realized it, she never forgot
what the manner and breeding of a lad v
were. She was roared in one of the
grandest homes in San Francisco, and uo
one but herself can know how much there
wat to prompt the course slio took. I
suppose she will accompany me to the
West If I am released. I have not heard
from her busbtnd slncj my arreit, al
though I sent word to him, requesting
tome message to be sent to nie. My sitter
wat but seventeen when she married
Uhler. They had a luxuriant homo. It Is
not proper for me to tay anything to you
abuut the event of Monday. ' The coro
ner't deslret were misunderstood, and
after all the parties to the inquest had
quitted the coroner't otlioe In the after
noon, Policeman Baker brought Mrs.
Uhlor there In a cab. She
la twenty-nlue years of tge, but
looks older. She hat wavy brown hair,
blue eyes, regular features, and it of stout
build. She has a pleasant rather than a
pretty face. She wore a maroon velvet
dress, a se.alkln cloak and a poke bonnet.
While she talked she kept her eyes fixed
on the floor and toyed nervously with the
handle of a plush reticule In her lap. She
teemed relieved at the pontponoment of her
examination She aked If she could be
permitted to see the body of Haveritick.
Jos. B. Haverstick, the brother, was In
the adjoining office, seeking leave to re
move the body from the city. Mr. Haver
etlck, was asked whether be wished to tee
her. He started and answered curtly:
'No, I have
NO WISH TO SEE HKB."
Subsequently, however, he had a short
conversation with her about the disposition
of the property in the fiat, and reported
what happened at the interview to Cupt.
Mcllwalu. The Coroner told the police
man to accompany Mrs. I'hlcr to the
undertaker's and then to the hospital. She
was assisted from the cab, and the police
man and Dr. Amidon supported ber to the
door. She trembled and seemed about to,
faint. The bodv was lying on the table In
a back room and was covered with a black
pall. Mr.i, Uhler hesitated a moment,
until the door had been closed and she
found herself with tho bodv. and then the
burst Into tears and threw herself on
her knees beside It, "Oh, Bertie! Oh.
Bertie!" the cried, throwing her armi
around tne oouy and shower
ing kisses on the cold face,
"whv did they kill you, why did not
I die first, my darling Bertie, Oh, why
was I not killed In the place of you I" Vi
olent sobbing followed this outburst, and,
after a time, the two men raised her to ber
feet, and after the pressed another kiss
upon the forehead of tne dead man, led her
awav. "Her one desire," Policeman
Barter said afterwards, "since the ha
been In my charge, was to see Haverstlck's.
body. She has said but little of her hus
band, except that the bad been very happy
with blm for many years. She said they
had occasional misunderstandings. Her
Erinclpal cause of complaint against her
usband Is that he has refused to let her
tee her children,"
Oby Owen Removed lo tho Peniten
tiary. St. Louis, Mo., March 22. At 7
o'clock this morning Oby E. Owen, who
la under sentence of eight years to the
denitentltiry. Imposed by Judge Treat In
the United States Court, wa taken from
the St. Louis Jail by Deputy United States
Marshal Wheeler. The pilsonere In the
lall were Just beginning to stir when Oweu
left, bidding the guiirds und such prison
ers at there were about good bye.
Bokman, Mont., March 22. Lewlt k
Nathan Lay, farmer near here, bad a
quarrel with Irving Hunter, another farm
er. This morning lluntor was found dead
In bis field, where he had been tceding.
with his gun near him. The Lays have fled
and tbe sheriff 'i posse la after them. If
caught they will undoubtedly be strung
Heeling; ol Oarar Makers.
Chicago, March 22. Largely attended
meetings In this city and Milwaukee, of
cigar makers, indicate that thev propose
?o)ng on a strike May 1, unless tbe demand
or one dollar increase per thousand la
granted by the employer. The leaders
assert that the strike will be general
throughout the country.
A Thiofs Confession.
Cincinnati, March 22. William II.
Stewart, the post-ofllce clerk who wat
arrested last night for stealing front letters,
bat confessed, and seemt disposed to make
restitution, He was In good circumstances,
the son of a respectable, well-to-do citizen.
No cause is known for his course. He was
held in ball of 2,000,
Ravbnna, 0., March 22. The bank of
E. 8. Comstork, was robbed of $iO0 hy
a couple of thieves, one of whom called
hltnout to tpeak with the other In a buggy.
Sentenced to Hang.
New York, March 22. Alexander Jef
ferson, who murdered Henry Hicks and
Mrt. Kmma Jackson, wat tan'lenced to be
banged ou May 11.
. Bfrinof.eld, March 22. -The bill under
consideration tn the Senate at last report
having failed to pass, the bill for au ap
Drotirlatlon for the contitisent exueiises oi
the Stale Government, on a third reading,
wat takeu up and passed. Thlt
bill tpproprlatet $2.707. 100 to pay tho con
tingent expenset of the State. A largo
numhorof Prohibition and high license
petltlont, among tbe latter one from the
minister! of Chtoago, were referred.
Jarransoii City, Mo.. Mtrch 23. -The
Senate, on reconsideration, passed the
Dungan bill to establlth an Industrial home
for Juvenile offenders. The 8en te alto re
eonildertd and passtd Davis bill to submit
to the people at the ntxt general election
proration to eailenew QawUtutioiul
Tht Queen's Condition Greitly Improved,
EX U LAND.
London, March 22. Bullion In tht
tank of England decreased fuT.OOO the past
week. The proportion of tht
bank reserve to lUbllitiee Is 40 13-10 pet
London, March 22. The condition ol
Queen Victor.' limb, which was Injured
by her full Saturday lnnt, continues most
lutlsifactory. Her Majesty keeps ber room
In obedience to the advice of berpbyslclaiis.
Sbe Is, however, able to move about. Tht
swelling of the knee is sulxldtiig.
It It hoped by the physician in 'attend
ance that it will disappear entirely within a
few davs. There has no time been any
grounds for the excitement over the matter
which seem to have been created in New
York, but which ha not prevailed here.
The matter create very little excitement Iu
Liverpool, March 22, Owing to the
expected liifcreaxe of emigration this tea
ton, ship-owners are holding a conference
for the purpose of agreeing upon the rates
London, March 22. Matthew Arnold.
James Uusaell Lowell, U. S. Minister, and
Herbert Spenoer are mentioned as candi
dates for the Hectorshlp of St. Andrews
London, March 22. The Times savs
the new tariff law in the United states Is
only a step towards free trade, the pros
pects for which might be clouded if the
prosperity of America were checked or If
the Democrats were to shrink from their
position on the question. The alarm of the
Protectionist Indicate, how the prospect
for free trade is at present brightened.
THE CONSPIRATORS HOI'KKLL.
London, March 22. A dispatch to the
Echo, from Dublin, states tbat counsel for
the murder conspiracy prisoners are confi
dent they will be able to shake the testi
mony of James Carey. A committee of
ladies are soliciting funds to defray the
expense of defending the prisoners.
RANK OF FRANCE.
Paris, March 22. The weekly state
ment of the Bank of France shows an in
'crease of gold of 2,400,000 francs. In
crease of silver of 5,H7o,MK) franc.
Vienna, Maroh 22. The recent demon
stration of tho Heading Club of the stu
dent here In memory of Wagner bas led to
tweuty duels among the students, the com
batants being (Herman on the one side an '
Auttrlant on the other. One of the partic
ipants wat severely wounded.
Fatal Reaolt of a Quarrel.
Louisiana, Mo., Maroh 22. Thomas
Conlay, employed at the water tank of the
Chicago and Alton Railroad tt this citv,
thot and mortally wounded John McC'artv,
another employe of the same road, on the
levee in this city lust night. The two men
had a difficulty this afternoon, but were
teparateu. ooniav, however, was not
satisfied, and armed himself with a revol
ver, and after supper went In quest
of his man, whom be found In
a taloon, and calling hint out thot him
Salt Lake, Maroh 23. The Church
organ but ntgbt, tn view of the approach
ing annual registration of voters, calls on
the polvgamlsu to Institute suit to resist
their ttlsfi-anuhUemeut under tbe Edmunds
hill, and to overthrow tbe regulations of
It lays out a programme to be followed,
w hlch is supposed to have been Inspired by
Judge Hunter, of this district, and to fore
shadow bis rulings on tbe various points In
Cotton Mllla Burned.
IUi.kioh, X. C. March 22. The Eure
ka Cotton Mill at Mount Airy, N. C.were
burned this morning. Loss estimated at
(00,000. Injured for $10,000. One hun
dred men, are thrown out of employment.
MARCH 22, 1883.
HOOS Opened slow and SrtJlOo lower;
light $tl BOW 60; mixed packing WWW
f 60; heavy packing and shipping Iota
7 08 15.
CATTLE Lower; exports 4.Va" 10;
rood to choice shipping $bV$0 60: c non
to fair .f&ra5 DO; butchers 2 00to,')10;
Hookers and feeders W 10&5.
CATTLE Light shipping $5 7500 26;
heavy shipping 'steer OoOiftT; good to
prime native oovs and heifers $4 bVi(a'
scalawags $-V33 60; native ttoers aud heif
ers $45004 UO; oows and calves $18 000
IIOQS-Dull and lower. Light to good
Yorkers $7 3.Vo8 4ft ; Buffalo $7 4.Vi7 00!
butcher to extra $7 30fS7 U6:sklps and culls
SIIKEP-Steady. Good to fancy $5 26f9
6 80; medium to fair $4 2of85; common
' WHEAT March $1041 b.; April $1
06; Mur $1 J0H; June $1 lira; July
$1 10 a.; yearll 04V.
COUN-March 62 V: April 62 '.; Mav
67' ; June 67S ; JulvMV;.
OATS-March 3D S ; April 30 b.j Msy
43; Juno 42; July 40V.
ST. LOUIS. .
WnEAT Morket higher, closing weak.
$10SH March. $110 April, $112ra','
Mav, $1 12V June, $1 OSJsfcl 00 July,
$1 06 V venr.
COItS Lower at 68 March, 69 April,
61 H Mav, 62 H June, 66 ts Jul v.
OAT'-40 March, 41 April, 42- May.
WHEAT April $11'4; May $1 21'.;
June $1 22.
CORN April WI.Vj May 67s; June
OATS-Apiil 61e; May 51b; June
st. i .oris,
BUTTER Creamery st !f(Wie;iI for choice
and fancy, to 32 for gilt-edge In a muull
way: choice and fancy rialrv at 27in2.i;
medium and low nominal at Wd'. North
ern roll qulol choice at H(s02O; off grades
at l&favlS. Near-by nniko quiet; choice at
IRfsflH, medium 1.WI4, and low grade 10fa
a EGGS Increased receipts and market a
shade easier at close, Sales at 1,1 S .
POULTRY Live In good demand and
steady for all savo hen, w hich were scarce
and firmer. We uuote: Chickens cocks
$2 76f3; mixed $3i.Va;uyi; hens $7.Vt4;
turkeyt hens and small Kibblers $IOfa l2;
Iarg3 gobblers lUtolft; goose $3i, ac
cording to size. Ducks small to medium
ilsod $3fo3 60; choice to fancy large $.') 76ft
4. .Dressed turkeys quiet at 10 peril).;
obloktnt, geese ana ducks preferred alive.
Country "market rather dull. Good
mixed Auterloan corn off coast declined 3d.
American corn to arrive declined ttd.
gpot wheat quiet: Vo, S spring Pt 4d; No.
3 tprlug 8 Se Western winter Mt Od. Mix
ed western eorn quiet illeTtt. Demand
fro Unites tftftW $M Cent-tent dull
tot nkeat sou eoflt
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M. KASTERDAY Jt CD..
Agts. for 1. V, it. K. Lands,
Shnp on tlalllday Avenue, between Knnrth and
. HUih btreeta, Cairo, Illinois,
HTAII kinds ot light and besvy hlHcksmlthlng,
wagon and carriage work done In the mortwoik
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salKact Ion KUitran tuud .
.,Mstiufsi'tiirorsnd Dealer In
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