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THE DAILY CAIRO Rm J.Fmxf
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 24. 1883.
Co ttl vanes s,
Impurity of I h
Uliiocl, Fever and
aud all Diseases
V- Jkf eaosed by !
rangeioent of Liver, ISowela and KJdneys.
SYMPTOMS OF A DISEASED UVER.
Had Kreath ; 1'ain in the Siilc, sometime lh
pain it felt under the Shoulder-blade, umiakcn for
Klieurnalum ; general Ion of appetiie ; Unwell
generally costive, lumetimc altemaling with lax;
the head it troubled with pain, it dull and heavy,
with considerable loti of memory, accompanied
with a painful temation of leaving undone something
which ouijht to have been done; a slight, dry cough
and flushed face it somelime an attendant, often
Diiiuken for consumption; the patient complaint
of weariness and debility ; nervous, eauily startled;
feet cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation
of the skin exists; pirat are low and despondent,
and, although satisfied that exercise would be bene
ficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it In fact, distrusts ever? remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend me disease, but cases
have occurred when but few of them eited, yet
examination after death hat thown the Liver la
have been extensively deranged.
It ahould be used by all persons, old aad
young, whenever any of the uuova
Peraon Tramline or Living In t?n.
healthy Localities, by taking a dose occasion,
ally to keep the Liver in healthy acticn, will avoid
ail Malaria, Hllloui attacks, Dininess, Nau
tea, browtiness, Ilepreuion of Spirits, etc. It
will invigorate like a glass of wine, but It uo In
If You have eaten anything hard of
digestion, or feel heavy after meal, or sleep
lea at sight, take a dose and you will be relieved-
Time and Doctor' Iillla will be laved
by always keeping the Regulutor
In the House 1
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
safe purgative, alterative and tonic can
never be out of place. The remedy it harmless
and doe not interfere with business ur
XT rritFXY TKOKTABLE,
And hat all the power and efficacy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects.
A fiovernor'a Testimony.
Simmons Liver Regulator has been in use in my
familv for -me time, and I am satisfied it it a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J. Gill Smcjktbk, Governor'of Ala.
Hon. Aleiander II. Stephen, of tia..
): Have derie-J Svnie beneiit from the use of
Simmons Liver Regulator, anu uh to give it a
"The only Thing that never falls to
Relieve." I have used nuny remtuirs for Dye-
fepsia, Liver Affection and l)ebihty, but never
ave found anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmons Liver Regulator hat. I tent from Min
oetou to Georgia for it, and would tend further for
such a medicine, and would advise all who are sim
ilarly affected to give it a trial as it teems the only
tiling that never fails to relieve
P M. Jannet, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. IV. Mason eayst From actual ex
perience in the use of Simm-r.s Liver Regulator in
any practice I have been and am satisfied to use
and prescribe it at a purgative medicine.
tjTTake only the Genuine, which alwayt
bat on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. H. ZEILIN & CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Q.EOIIGE II. LEACH, M. p.
Physician and Surjreon.
Spesclal ittsutlon paid to the Homeonthlc treat
rami of surlcl diseases, aud diieatei of women
usee: On 14th street, opposite the Pott Ofi.
R. J. E. STRONG,
128 Commercial ive-, Cairo, 111.
VAl'OU, ELKCTKO VAPOR m MEDICATKD
- administered dally.
A lady In attendance.
)R W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Slghtk Street, near Como erclal Areooe
R. E W. WHITLOCK,
Ornoi No. 1st Commercial Avenue, between
Kenta and Nliua Street
O O A. I,
P Stoves 13
No. 27 J) 8th St.
8 Tinware. S
UK CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Qf Cairo, llUiioln.
71 OHIO LBVKK.
A General Banking: InsiucHS
TH()8. W, HALLI1JAY,
HTKRPRI8E SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
THOS. W. HALLIDAY
FLOUR, GRAIN AND BAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Elf belt Cub Prlet Paid for Wheat,
THE VANDERBILT BALL
Arrangements for the Great
Society Event in
The Viands to bo Served-Som of
the Guests-The Amountof
Wealth to be Displayed.
Jw York, March 23. -Preparations
for the Viinderbllt faney bull all II continue,
not alone In the various elegant mansions
of the fitmily, but at tbe florist, tha mod
ules, and In many Lome where groups of
fashionable ?lrl iruther after afternoon
sen, Ice to diseuss the affair. The Vander
hilt kitchen I filled with chef from the
families t.f Wm. H. Vamlerbllt and Corne
lius m well a Wni. K.'i owncorptof
'ooki. Mr. Vanderbllt'i bend cook re-
-Ivct. tb large lalary of $7,000 a year.
I ndt-r hlra are over a half dozen other
vrtl.K, whose lalirlet run froratl.OOO to
.'MKlayear. Wrn. H.'a bead cook re
cc1v(;h a aulary of $C,000, and Coruellui
pave hl chef a linrilar num. Theie noted
nifii the cooks, not the railroad kliiKS
are now wt;mbled togother concoct
ki (lain it ices, uakea, naludi and all
mantlet' of good thin to tempt the appe
titoa of the numerotu gueau of
Monday night. It li estimated toe aupper
will cot upward of i,()Q. Twelve
barrels of flour have been ordered for cake
and paltry, and one hundred dozen eeg.
The letture ha been ordered of various
laiye murketi and five hundred headi
wlllbtued. The lce will be In forma
appropriate to Kswter, nuch r, little
chlekeuH and ducks, atcension llliea, tulips
and crocusea, aud will ba aerved on the
finest SevreK-ware, with golden ipooni.
Tbe fifteen hundred napkins to be uied
are of the finubt damask, each costing $J.
WtXK OF THIS RAREST QUALITY
and Tof every varfetv will flow u
freely ns water, and after the grand ban
quet the servant are to have their supper.
One of ihf dances Is the Dresden-China
qimdrille, which wat gotten up by Mrs.
Chapman. The participants la this dance
are to wear Dresden-China costumes of
ivory-white atin, the shoes, silken hose,
buckles, flower and ribbons all to ba pure
white. The ladies' costumes are made
with bouffant panlers, low bodices, short
sleeves and skirts reaching to the ankles.
Their hair t to be dressed blgh, and
POWIKKKt AND ORNaMPNTED
by white ostrich plumes. The gentlemen
are to have knee breeches of the satin,
buckle shoes, powdered wigs, and a white
nircUsus In the button-hole. The dance
promises to be tbe most Interesting and
Among tha guesu io will attend are
Mr. Rnr Miller, who dances in the star
quadrille, Miss Etta Strong, who takes
part In the Dresden China quadrille, Mrs.
bayard Clark. Mrs. James Strong, In cos
tume of a marquise, Miss Fannie S. Hef
ilng In an Oriental costume, and Mr. Law
rence Turnure, Jr., in a Huguenot cos
tume of silver-blue satin. Each guest Is to
be presented with a beantlful and expen
sive souvenir, and the ball in all Ita ap
pointments will far out-do asy given In
this city for years.
The Sun talks about the coming Vander
bllt ball on EaMer Mondar evening. It
places the cost of the ball at $50,(X0. The
value of tbe contents of the house Is placed
at not less than 5,()i),(Xs). Vanderbllt es
timate the cost of the champagne at $2,
0i0. The host and hostens are beset with
beggars for invitations to the bull.
It says: 'The worth of
champagne and the $5,000,000
worth of furniture, fixtures, Jewels, gar
ments and pictures are alone enough to
draw a crowd of persons who ars ambitious
to shine at so magnificent an entertainment,
and who are anxious to get a sight of such
unlimited splendor. For bearln mind that
the value of the apparel and Jewels to be
worn bv the gu?sts Is not included In the
five million estimate. How much It will be
in the aggregi we dure not guess, but of
course it will be enormous. And, to go
further, add to the fortune of the host the
aggregate of all the fortunes represented at
file ball, and will not the sum be .hundreds
THE NOBLE RED MAN?
Murdering and Plundering Settlers
Fokt Bkvtov, Mont., March 23.
Runners and scout brine Information of
the most daring mid bv the Creek Indians,
belonging properly beyond the Cuiiuulan
line, made in mauv years. A party sup
posed to number 00 braves are represent
ed as moving down Marias River, killing
ctttle and other stock as they
go. At daybreak on tbe 10th a
Htnall war party of Plegans, headed by
Little Dog and two white men, (had a
sharp engagement with the Creesk, killing
two and securing their scalps; two
ricgnus wounded and one horse
klilcd. Ten oxen were found near Fort
Conrad killed by the marauding band, and
foiiy horse were driven off tv the same
party near the samepluco. tho savages '
sec m to bo heading toward the Doralnou.
Tb Domains of John Howard Payn
I.ylnff In Mat.
Skw York, March 23. --A large number
of vis tors, Including many ladles, colled at
tbe City Hall today to see the lying In state
of tho remains of John Howard I'avne.
During the day a constant stream of visitors
passed in and out of Uie room w here the
body lay, guarded by the Sergeant-at-A
rms of tbe Board of Alderman. 8oine of
tho ladles scattered flowers on the casket,
The. remains will be removed to the
Pennsylvania Railroad depot at t o'clock
and delivered by the aldcrmanlc committee
to Ilia Washington commltUie. It is ex
pected that, prior to the removal of the
bndyfrom the City Hall, a brief uddress
will be mado by Aldermun 8. Sullivan, and
the poem "God and Our Native Lund,"
recited by A. L, Adams. After tho ser
vices and while the remains are being re
moved to the hearse Gllmore's band from
the baluony of the City Hall will play
"Home, Sweet Home."
Tba Cosskllna; raa.
Nw York, March 28,-Tha writ of ha
beas corpus and certiorari was Issuod by
the Supreme Court la the case of George
)V. Conkllng, Jr., hold for shootlne and
killing Wilbur II, Havers tick, commanding
Coroner Levy to appear and show causa
why the sccusod counsel should not be ad
milted to ball. Conkllng's counsel claims
that, as the shooting was Just lllabl i, his
oJieut should be admitted to ball. ' 1
An Old Soldier's Madden Daalk,
Tbrhr Haute, Ind., March 2,1 Gen.
Charlos Cruft died of heart disease this
morning. Ha was the First Colonel of tba
Thirty-Flint Indiana Volunteers, and
fought during tbe entire war, command
ing the First Division of the Fourth Corps
of tbe Army of tha Cumberland . He was
at sd MaaUt ef Ui Kulghta Tetsv
Jassa James and Mrs. lilte.
Louuvilli, Ky., March 23. The de
fense ba rested its case In tha suit brought
agalnstThe Courler-Jouriml by (Juorge B.
aud Sarah K. Hite. aftur introducing tha
depositions of twentv-ninu more persona
who knew the plaintiffs. These are all
damaging to Mrs. Hit' reputation, and
somo of the testimony Is about tho worst
ever beard la any court. The cbarge that
Mrs. Hite's Intimacy with Jesse James
causad the separation between herself and
husband was repeated by most of the
witnesses. She was regarded aa
a fast woman previous to ber first
inairlae. One witness, who
lives In Sprinfleld, Tenn., said a married
man who used to visit the plaintiff when
she was Miss Morris, and then on her fath
er's farm near Springfield, still owed blra
$12.50 for candy that he took to her, and
that It wa admitted that she was not
chaste. Tbe same gallant had told an
ether witness that she wa the finest made
woman he ever saw. Her admirers were
numerous at that time.
O. K. Walling, of Robertson County,
Tenn., admitted in hi deposition that he
had crlniinul relations with her and her
sister, that he was forced to marrv the sis
ter by ber father and brother coming upon
blm with double barreled shotguns in
their bands. He added ttn4 the inur
riage was a "ground-ho case." It was
Aeereury roller Worse.
VTA8HINGTO.V, March 23. Secretary
Folger is"uot so well. For several week
he has been ll' ne, day and better tbe next.
Tbe immediate cause is overwork and In
sufficient nourishment. This has impover
ished tho blood sud depletod his system to
such an extent as to render him 'extremely
susceptible to climatic changes and liable to
easily contractual diseases. He was at
first attacked by a slight congestion of tha
right lung which lasted only a da;
or two. Then followed bllliousness aeeom
pauled by dally rigor, succeeded bv
slight fever. This latd a week or more".
Then he was well enough ro attend at the
department for a few days. A change in
tbe weather came and be contracted sore
throat, and that having disappeared hit
cold has now settled in and about bh eves.
His stomach is disordered as well. At no
time has he been seriously ill. He has
been well enough to deslie to attend to
business, but too ill to bear the whole
burden of his duties. His physicians have
uow prescribed absolute rest and advi.-cd
him that It will be unwise to attempt to
transact any business for several we,;ks. It
Is prob ble that within that time he will
take a tea trip to Bermuda or elsewhere.
A Yean Lion Choked on a Bone.
Sew York, March 23. The voung
lions have been for many months among
tho chief attractions of the Central Park
iuena?erle. They were gentle and plavful,
and the keepers grew fond of triem.
Keeper Ryan assisted In feeding the carnl
vora In tbe menagerie. Large pieces of
meat, with JuM sufliclenr bone to keep the
animals healthy, were thrown into the
cages. The cubs Impatiently awaited
their turn, and fought for the choice mor
sels. Their food had been given to them,
and the keepers were moving awav. when
one of the cubs uttered aery of pain and
fell on it back, choking, superintendent
Cnnklln tried to laso It and get it out of
the once, but it died before it could be got
ot. Iu cries excited tbe other ojiiinais,
and tbe menagerie was qulcklv cleared of
visitors, Tbe remaining cub 'fretted and
moaned all the evening.
WAMtrNGioy, March 23. A statement
has been prepared at the Treasure Depart
ment, showing the total estimated receipts
of the government for the fiscal veur end
ing June 80, lh82, under operation of the
new tirlff set, will he $4n.VO0it,OO0. Of
thi amount f220,00O.0O0 Is the estimated
revenue from customs. ?U3,M0,OOO from
Internal revenue, and &1,6J0,UW fro?n mis
cellaneous sources. Tho revenue t.f the
fiscal year ended June 39, 1AM, I were:
From customs, $'.220,410,000; Internal reve
nue, $1W. tx;,(ssj; miscellaneous sources,
$38,018,00(1; total, fu3,6A'),000.
Good Friday In York.,
Kkw York. March 2.S. Good Friday
was observed In the churches here and in
Brooklyn by the usual services, which were
largely attended. Many of the courts ad
journed for the djy, and the Produce,
Stock, Cotton and ' Iron ami M.m al Ex
changes were closed. As the day is not a
legal holiday, tbe banks Cin-tom-house,
Sub-Treasury and public offices generally
Wore open as usual.
Denver. Col., March W. At day
break yesterday, at Luke Valley, Major
Fountain's command surprised' two no
torious rustlers, Jack Walls and Wllllum
Gillard. They arrived at the camp while
the soldiers were ufmddllng and made a
break for liberty. They hail two hundred
yards start when Fountain ordered the men
to tire. Both rustlers full dead riddled
Kew York. March W.-Faillngj of
tbe last seven days as reported to R'. G.
Dun t Co , of the Mercantile Agency,
number 1M, as against 2'Jft last week, a re
duction of thirty. New England States,
seventeen; Middle, thirty-nine; Western,
fifty-seven; Southern, thlrty-elglit; I'aeliio
Slates and Territories, twelve; S'ev York
City, eight; Canada, twenty-four. Total,
A I.earnl Hanging:.
Little Rock, Auk.. March 23. Nick
Wnlker, the voung colored man who was
sentenced for shooting Tom Jenkins
through an awrur hole In a rookerv
at Argenla last August, was banged at 12
He protested his Innocence until a short
time before the execution, when bo con
fessed to having killed Jenkins,
XOKOMIH. III... March 23 The eenernl
feeling among fannors In this locality, who
have carelully examined the wheal' Held,
is that the grain Is destroyed, except on
low ground. Many Held will be plowed
and the wheat ground can be utilized by
sowing the same with oats.
Declined I he Nomination.
Proviufnck, R. T., MhMi 21. -t
Charles II. Gage, candidate for Lieutenant-Governor
on the Dctnorratlo imd lml-
feudrnt ticket, declined (1H uomlua Ion.
le say he don't desire nnv political
preferment, but sympathizes with
reform In national, State and niuuclpal af
fair. The Milk War.
Xkw Yohi,, March 23. The milk war
still continues but It Is thought some
agreement will shortlv lie readied. Tho
Midland, Erie nml Independent dealers
end New York Milk Exelmiu'e are In con
ference Irving to barmonlzo the differences.
The mi'iiilng Is strictly prlvuto.
Tha Readjuaier Wins,
I'KTF.ltfmnto, Ya., March 22. The
complications In tbe municipal olfulrs of
Vetcrxbui'ir. which existed thumb of June
Inst, nee at an end, Die Court of Appeals,
of Virginia deciding T. J, JaiTiitt, Read
Juster, was legally elected Muyor.
A Jrlt Mill Burned.
Tot.Ktm, O., March 3:1. At Elmore, a
ffrlstiulU nml omitcnts, ownodand operated
lyT, J.Krcy, was dt-stroved by lire last
night. Loss, W.OOO, Insured for $V
Typa-Maklug In Bolt Lake.
Salt Lakb, Utah, March 23. The first
type cast from Utah loud and Utah anti
mony was turnod out Yesterday.
Theatok, K. J., March 88. Tb Lag -lahtura
edjouroad mm die.
The Way Many Mother in Large Cities
Dispose of their Offspring.
?.icw, York, March 23. Deputy
Coroner Donlin was told that a baby bad
died at 22 Grand street from tho effects ot
poison. He went to tlm house and found
that tho ohlld was the adopted child of
Mrs. Pardo, otherwise Mrs. Levy. Mrs.
Pardo told him a story of traffic in babies.
Heveeral month ago, she said, she bought
up a baby of Mrs. Price of 62 Sullivan
street, for Mie found that the child
was not healthy and returned it to Mr. and
Mrs. price, at the sanio time saying she
as willing to nayl0 for a healthy,
black-eyed girl biby . The woman promis
ed to flud her one and on October 10th
showed ber another. It suited Mrs. Par
do, and she gave Mrs. Hannah Hayward,
who represented herself as the mother of
the child, $io, and In return she got a
receipt In a contract In which Mrs. Hay
ward resigned all claim to tbe child. This
was the oontract: "October 10, 1883.'
This 1 to certify that I, Hannah Hayward,
five iny cluU fur adoption to Mr. Emma
Levy, that she may keep It as her own.
She hereby agrees to love, cherish, pro
vide for and protect it and act
" T t a . larent should forever;
and I hereby agree to make no Inquiry or
trouble for any one concerned. I give my
child with my free will and desire. Cause
being Inability to support It. Hannah
Hayward." The baby thrived. Mrs.
Pardo savs. and Ave weeks ago sbe took It
to Mrs. Price's to show how hearty it
was. Two days later a man with a badge,
who said he was an agent of the "cruelty
society, ' ' came to Mrs. Pardo's house and
demanded to see the baby, alleging he had
beard It was neglected. He said:
COMTLBTELT I!f MY POWER."
That night she left her home In Sprinj
street and took the baby to a hotel in
Rleekker street and remained there a week
fearing that the child would be taken from
her. She suspected Mrs. Price of having
sent the man to her house. She called on
Mr. Price, and in order to prevent further
trouble told her that she had sold the child
for$W. After that she had trouble with
Mrs. Price, who did not believe her state
ment. Mrs. Pardo kept a clgnr and candy
store In spring street. On March 2 she
moved to 28 Grand street, and start
ed a seoond-hand furniture store. Mrs.
Price found out where she was. Two
weeks ago Wednesday, a colored girl named
Sarah came to the house and was engaged
as a servant. She was warned against Mrs.
Price, but afterwards suspected that the
girl was in Mrs. Price's employ. On Mon
day last, after eating some crackers, cou
denscd milk and beef ta the child sicken
ed. Sarah broke a show-case that night
and left the house. Mrs. Pardo savs she
said at going, "In a week vou won't have
your boiiy, nor your store neither." On
Wednesday the child died. Sarah Wallace,
ofW Dominick street, the colored ser
vant testified that Mrs. Pardo always fed
tbe child herself. "I did notfeed the baby
on Monday." she said, "nor did I mix iu
food. I do not think the child was pois
oned. At any eventll did not poison her."
Dr. Donlin will make an autopsy and at
the luiuest the trafllo In (tables will be in
quired Into. It is said that several socie
ties in tho city give out babies to be fed by
the bottle, paying the nurse by the month,
and that in some cases tbe babies are sold
by tbe muses, who have no difficulty In
getting their pay by presenting a borrowed
baby to tba agent on tbe first ot each
Vlewa of tbe New Torts Press
Finn nee and War.
New York, March 23. The Times,
speaking of tbe Treasury and the money
market, says: "The Government cannot
afford to use Its tnlllons as counters In tha
speculations on Wall street. If It should
consent to do so, it would be subject to
constant solicitation from one set or anoth
er of speculators to give or withhold re
lief. It should leave the money market to
Itself, and conduct its own operations with
a view of doing so as effectually as possible.
So long as It produces no derangement,
there can be no derangomcnt which It is It
ous nes to rocury."
The Herald say: "John Bright wants
peace. Rein? Installed In bis rectorahlp of
Glasgow University he sins his old retrain.
Tliero will be no hope for the
world, no progress, no civilization,
till lighting ceases, and whllo the orator
Is making bis address, the Chilians are at
war In tho Argentine Republic, the French
are at war on tho Niger, the Boers are at
WHr with the natives of .South Afri
ca. Rumblings of coming earthquakes
grow hourly louder. Europe Is mixed with
dome-tic or Internal funds. Warls coming
with all its terrors, while the good John
liiigbt stands on his Glas
gow pedestal and pipes his roundelav of
Nortlaunt Allnrked by uu Wife.
Si:w York, March 24. In the suit for
abandonment of Fanny Morduunt against
her husband. Frank Morduunt, the actor,
counsel for the latter waived examination
and tiled a bond to provide for Mrs. Mor
daiiiit, paying in a week. The parties left
tho court and shortly afterwards
Mordaunt re-ujitered and asked
for a worrant for his wife's ar
rest, charging that she attempted to
shoot him on the street. An affidavit was
made and a warrant at once lssusod for the
arrest of Mrs. Mordaunt, who was found
in a lawyer's olllco a few blocks awav.
When taken to the court she cried bltter'lv
and denied having had a pistol. She hail
Bpprottched her husband, she said, for the
purpose of trying to arrange their difficul
ties amicably. She wus hold in to
await the action of the grand Jury.
England and I lie lulled (statea.
Washishtov. March 28. Minister West
ws asked this afternoon If there was any
foundation for the statement that the re
tvut violent utterances of a professed
American cltlzon concerning dynamite ex
plosions In Loudon mnv disturb tha amlahla
nations between Great Britain and the
United Mates. He refused to talk olllclal-
ly, but during the conversation suld: "You
can stato t ho relations between the two
countries, were never more cordial and a
biiMer understanding never ex
isted. I do not sou the slightest reason to
apprehend that their relations may be
A Uod Friday Nnow Ntorin.
Hai.timohk, March 23.-flood Friday
being a legal holiday, the municipal oflleers.
courts, banks, business exchanges sud
most of tlm lar business houses are
c osed, Services were held In many
churches, attended bv lurgo congregations.
Snow has fallen steady since V o'clock a.
m., and now covers the ground to the
depth of four Inches.
, Pt. Johkch, Mo., March 2fl.-The
jury In the easoof Win. W. floott, the
last of tbe $100,000 bond robbery cases
which have been on trial a ouuplo of weeks
disagreed about uoou and wero dis
charged. So far nobody has been con
rifted of stealing those bonds.
Chioaoo, Marolt 2:1. Tribune) report
from forty-threa points Included In the
wheat belt of Illinois seems to Indicate
Injury from the Hessian fly, and cold
weatht-rwlll approximate about twenty
five per aent. of the total crop.
The Rolllnsr MUla.
, Jomkt, III., March S3. The dlffloultf
between the rolling mill oflloers aud the
men was adjusted satisfactorily, and II
Sajinounosd all tha mills will aUr) Vf
ondar, ... .
' . THE OLD WORLD.
Soma of tho Assassination Coniplratora
LoifDox, March 2a. The more the aeoi.
dent to Queen Victoria Is Investigated tha
more It lu-comes evident It was of the most
trifling nature. No alarm has been felt at
any tinm, and no bulletin have been Is
sued. The latter is a sumVi-nt Indication
that neither phvslolaus nor public were
concerned about the condition of the
THE ASSASSINATION SOCIBTT.
Dtmitf, March 23.-The trial of Nugent
and twelve other members of the Amagh
Assassination Society, on the charge of a
conspiracy to murder was continued at
Belfast. Counsel for tha Crown In closing
the case on his side sought to connect
O'Donovan Rossu, John lievoy, James
Redpath and J. P. Sheridan with the
society, which he said promoted the con
splsacy. Judge Lawson is charging the
Jury spoke strongly against the prisoners.
DcBtr, March S3.-The trial of Joseph
Brady, for participation In the Phoenix
Park murder has been fixed for the 10th of
April. The rest of the prisoners are to be
tried for that crime and for assault on Ju
ror Field will be afterwards tried singly.
One hundred and fortv-eight emigrant
left Connemura for America.
DnnLiy, March 23. The Jury returned s
verdict of guiltv In the ease of Nugent and
Paris, March 21. -The AnnrehHalDer
jure, Allmare, Letllleur. Fuzlller and
Uestelle have been released from custody.
It Is stated the other Anarchist arrested
recently will shortly be liberated.
Bkrux, March 23. The Emperor Is
suffering from a slight cold. His doctors
advised him to take a few days' rest.
Jefferson City, March 23. The Gov
ernor returned with his approval the Uni
versity sppropriatlon of f 100,000 for addi
tional buildings. The Senate passed the
House bill providing for the safe-keeping of
ballots In cases of contested election with
the emergenoy clase.
The House passed Sears' bill relating to
the sale of whiskey by druggists, the new
feature being a clause making it a misde
meanor for a pharmacist to write prescrip
tions for whiskey except In genuine sick
ness. Governor Crittendon has not signed the
Downing high llcenso bill as yet, and says
that he will hear both sides of the question
before passing upon It.
Spiunofield, March 23. -No business of
Importance was transacted In tho Senate
except tho confirmation of numerous ap
poli tments by the governor.
In the House the Senate bill appropriat
ing $8,000 for tho levees at Mound City
passed. Also the Senate bill to build a free
bridge across ibe Illinois river at Peoria,
which passed with the emergency clause.
The State resolution to submit a prohibi
tory amendment, and also the one relating
to the Governor's veto, are to be printed
for the information of the House. A Joint
committee from the House and Senate reve
nue committees are Instructed to report
with a view to a general revision of the
revenue law. After a long and animated
discussion all constitutional (amendments
Including prohibition and woman's suf
frage will be considered on Wednesday
. Whiskey Killed Her,
St. Lous, MarohT28.-l-Serge.ant Burks
woman mursaay wnne sne wa
trying to escape the labyrinth of car tracks
at the Union Depot. Her head was
so full of the fumes of
bid whiskey that she oould not
And Iho right trail and she was led
to the Central District that sho might sleep
and get sober. So utterly helpless was sho
that it was fh-m-rht unnecessary to search
her, ui:- -. v .. ;ible to smuggle a soda
bottle full oi iut.key Into ber cell. This
sho drew upon everv time she awoke.
J.arly iu tho evening the turnkey
found ng her standing bolt upright against
tha cell wall gazing at him through eves
whence life had tied. The body was tateri
to the morgue. Tbe woman gave tbe
name of Ida Johnson. Her real name Is
Caicaoo. March 23. -Gen. Diaa and
the other members of the Mexican party
left for the Fast this morning, making the
first stop at Niagara Falls.
At three o'clock on Thursday afternoon,
the blunders House In St. Joseph, Mo.,
was discovered to be on tire. The flames
were uxtlngulsed, but not without great
damage, to tho building aud the con
tents. II. S. Farre!l, editor of the Iowa City
Republican, on Thursday became the pur
chaser of tho old wagon' In which John
Brown und to carry runaway negroes
from Missouri, and in which tlio arms at
Harper's Ferry were brought to West
Liberty, la., to be shipped thence as car
MARCH 23, 18S8.
nOGS Opened slow und fy?l0c lower;
Hk-ht lyi T.VdToO; mixed packing $UM
(til 40; heavy packing and shipping lots
CATTLE Dull and weaker; export
.piiwai oki; oou to cnoicu snipping ,iiri
W 40; commoe to fair S" 2ifa5 P0;
butchers $2 00Ca4 00; stackers sud feeders
$1 10(a4 90.
CATTLE Light shipping if.') 7oo?fl;
heavy shipping stoent to 0ora)7; good to
prime native cows and heifers ,fl .WiVi;
common to fair natlvo oows 1,'iOral 4i;
cows sud calves fl8u7J0.
IftMtS Light to clmloe Yorkers 7 M
(ai 4o; buffalo weights $7 (W3f On:
butchers to extra $7 4.Vd)7 78; skips ami
oiills.fit ooroHl 76.
SIIKKP Strong, with a good demand
and prices firm at $3 2.V?0 30 fur common
iansas ci rr.
CATr LB Market slow and lflo lower for
all except stockers and feeders, for which
there Is a steady demand,
HOGS-Hooolpts 2.017; markut weak and
This being Good Friday and quite gener
ally observed as a holiday, no quotations
have been received.
niTTTFIt Crennrv oaofl. hnU ava
ft!: choice dairy. 8orS28t poor to medium.
choice Northern roll, aurt2ftt off
grades, l7illl nearbv uiake, choice, 15(1
17; ni'dium, SrU) low grade, lOCdU.
mtri TUvf.fi i.,t,..Vnb tsum
!U i niixtftl stork 8MM7; hens t turkaya
Jlill geese 4 Ottak foiWail
is given by using Brown's
Iron Bitters. In the
Winter it strengthens and
warms the system; in the
Spring it enriches the blood
and conquers disease; in the
Summer it gives tone to the
nerves and digestive organs;
in the Fall it enables the
system to stand the shock
of sudden changes.
In no way can disease be
so surely prevented as by
keeping the system in per
fect condition. Brown's
Iron Bitters ensures per
fect, health through the
changing seasons.it disarms
the danger from impure
water and miasmatic air,
and it prevents Consump
tion, Kidney and Liver Dis
. 6". Berlin, Esq., of the
well-known firm of H. S.
Berlin & Co., Attorneys, Lc
Droit Building, Washing
ton, D. C, writes, Dec. 5 th,
Gtntlemen : I take pleas
ure in stating that I have used
Brown's Iron Hitters for ma
laria and nervous troubles,
caused by overwork, with
Beware of imitations.
Ask for Brown's Iron Bit
ters, and insist on having
it. Don't be imposed on
with something recom
mended as "Just as good."
The genuine is made only
by the Brown Chemical Co.
Kead and Circulate.
The Illinois Central lUi. Co.
Will sell any of tts remaining lands at one dol
lar per acre less than the present prices, from this
time nntll the tlm tiny of October, 1HH4. Altar
thtt date the present prli eswillhts restored. All
who desire, to piirebae should avail themselves of
this lihural offer at onto. P. DAGQY,
I. aud Commissioner
F01 psrtlculsrs Inquire of
M. EASTERDAY Si CO.,
Ms. for I. C. R. K. Lands,
IV, r R
5 O g 6f A
..'V A.' jTtT
Simp on lUlllilsy Avumm, between K.iurth and
m oiruuis, tairo, Illinois.
lTAil kinds c t llKl,t and heavy tiUckstnllhlnif.
rsuonand carrlaue work dnn in ih. m...in,t.
manltko tnauuer, H mc-ihouliia specialty sad
sailfactlon gunrai teed.
PISTOLS ' RIFLES
6th mrvsi, bstweva Com'l Avs. and Lavoa. '
CHOKE BORINO A SPECIALTY
ail kinds or jUpnition. ,
Ssia Baalrad. JOlthadtal Kara Mala.