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While ether Baking Powders are largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
has been kept unchanged in all its original
purity and strength. The beet evidence of
He eafety and effectiveness is.4he fact of
fa Luting received the hhjheet testimoni
als from the most eminent chemists in tho
United States, who have analyzed it, frost
its introduction to the present time, Mj
ther powders show eo good results by the
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Impurity of I lin
HIimmI, Fever and
and all Diseases
caused hy De.
raVngemeot of Llvar, Howels and Kidneys.
miPTOMS OF A DISEARKD I.IVF.R.
Bad llreath ; I'ain in the bide, tonKtime? the
pais it frit under tht Sri'mlder-bladc, nrnukea (or
Khmunautm ; general I'm of appetite; Bowelt
generally costive, trmetimrt alternating with Iai;
the head it troubled with pain, ii dull and heavy,
with considerable loat of memory, acenmpanica
with a painful tentati'm of Iravinii undnne t'lmethini
which ought to have l:en dime; a tlil.t, dry cough
nd Huttied face it anmenmei an aitemiaiu, oftfn
anituken for coniumpti'in; the patient complaint
of wearineui and debility; nervoot, easily urtled;
(eel cold Of burning, vimetimet a pru kly venation
of the tkia caitts; vpimt are low and detp-mdent,
and, although tatitiicd tbat eieriite armild he bene
aoal, yet one can hardly summon up titiilude to
try it in tact, ditlruttt every remedy Several
of the above iyoiptom. attend the diuae, but catel
have ocrurrea when but frw ol them exited, yet
asaiainauun after rtcjih hat thuwn the Liver to
bave beeu catciuivcly deranged.
It ahould be uaed by all persons, old Bad
young, whenever any of the above
Parsons Traveling or Living In Tn
healthy Localitiea, by taking a d tA.ion.
ally to keep the IJver in hralihy action, mill avoid
aU Malaria, Hlllous attack, In riineai, Nan
tea, Drowtinett, iJepreMion of hpints, etc. It
will invigorate like a okut uf wiue, but la no In
If You have eaten anything hard ot A
dlgealUmr-er feel heavy alto imaaa,4x T
law at aig.'it, lake t duae ami you will b rcliewd
Time nod Doctor- Kin will bit eared .
by always keeping the Kegolator
In the llouael
for, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
tale purgative, alterative and tonic can
nevet oe cut of place. The r me ly it liarmleaa
nd dnet not Interfere vtlth business or
IT IS PI'KKLT VKfil-TAIU.E,
And hat all the Kwer aul rflkaey uf Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after elicits
A Governor's Testimony.
Simnvmt Liver KiguUtor hat Ikcii in ute in my
family for "tc time, and I am taiitfied it it a
valuable addition to the medical tciewe.
J. Gii l Shokhk, Governor of Ala.
Hon, Aleiander II, Sli olirna, of (ia.,
aayt: Have deme l v me brmni from the ute ol
Simmont Liver Ktgulator, and with to givt it a
"The only Thing that never faila to
Relieve." I have uted ninny nmcdirt for !')
pepaia, Liver AfTeition and liebility, but never
navt fcund anything to benefit mc to the extent
feimmons Liver Kegulator hat. I tent film Mm.
netota to (ieorgia for it, and would eml funher for
tuch a medicine, and would advKe all ho are tim
llarly affected to five it a trial at II tcemt the only
thing that never failt to relieve
P. M Jannkv, Minneapolit, Minn.
Dr. T. W. Dluaon nnyat From actual e
penenct in the ute ul Simin out Liver Regulator in
ny practice 1 have been and am taiitfied to ute
oil prescribe it at a purgative medicine.
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CAIRO D A IT , Y
i'A tun TiTTwTTtu VDiitiv unDMivn it 1 1, 77.
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KRING THE MURDERER.
He Escaned the Gallows to Die
In a Hospital,
Hit Wife His Solace in the Dying
Hour A Most Remarkable Reo-ord-Other
St. Lons, May 17.Ch. F. Ki ln?,
the murderer ol )ont Broetnaer and Imr
titiliorti tlilld, If dead. It In only a fort
night aliiue he vvaa lud, more like a cnrico
:han a llviu beliiK, to the bar of the crimi
nal court, where, after eleht yean of olone
loiinnciupnl In the city Juiir he affixed hie
algtiHiure to tbe ball bund that rive him
freedum. P.oi n In 0 ex many hennt ivtiiT In
The ( lilted Sialet a mere youth, and at an
early age married a quiet, demure C'niho
llc (jeriuan ifirl. Children were burn to
him, but even with these lien he )oarnod
for a love more reajionalve to bin own than
tout of bU wife, lie met Dora JJroi marr.
They loved and went antrav.
She too wai married to an
uncongenial mate, and thov itruufcled with
pitMlon until their relation were dla
coverod. Then ooniplluattoiia grew dark
and Hi ck around them, aud they lopmated
from Ibeir n-apeotive iiaitiicm and frmn
each other. Iora Uruemaer ciune to St.
l-oula from llllnoU, and wai followed by
li ring, whoae Infatuation made hi in a
lave. He tried to Induce hrr to return,
but a meetlnK wai prevented bv her
parent. At last, In December, 174, he
got an Interview, and when, afler be had
pleaded In vain, be drew a revolver and
Bred three ahoU. Pome boure later ahe
died. He then delivered himat lf to the
oflli urt of the law, aud In January, 1H7S.
an Indictment for murder wa found
atalnat him. Trial after trial followed,
and hla own father took tbe witneaa
atand agalnat hliu. HIh law.
vera, Mesan. Seward and .Innea
fougbt the uate on the law Involved and got
reveraal after reveraal of tbe Juducmenta of
death pronounced ngaimtt him .Three time
he was aentenced to be hanged, and once
aenlenoed to twenty-five yeara In the penl-.
teutlary. and though hope aeemed at timca
to bave fled, be wan onoe given in chargo to
the "dead-watch" when he was to be
hanged on the morrow hla attorney cir
cumvented the law, aud finally got a duel.
Ion of thel'nlted Statea Supreme court, un
der which he waa released on bail.
KRING '8 WIFB
arrived lat Tuenday In answer to a aum
mona from her huaband, and ahe remained
wiih hltn to the lat, ocoupying a room In
tbe ho.pital adjoining hit own. At the
exact moment of bia dealb ahe was tempo
rarily tbaent, having left the aick man In
charge of on of the Slaters of Mercv, but
ahe wai with him )ut before he dleil and
Immediately afterwardi. Turning his eves
to her and reaching out a feeble band' in
aearch of her band, be asked with a faint
pressure. "Are you my Margaret?" She
anawered In the affirmative and soothed
him, to rest. He closed hla eyes and ahe
went out of the room, and when she re
turned almost Immediately afterwards he
waa a corpse. Hla death was eav and
K ring was taken In a coach from the
Four ourta' atera to Bt. John'e Hot.D laL
fort night ago, afur eight year of int
ruisnmnent, and turned over to the sisters,
In whose opinion hla dan were numbered.
After that he gradually failed, and this
morning he died. His trial for murder In
the second degree was let for Wednesday
next. .Since the first trial of hie case nine
persona connected with the t raged v In one
manner or another, have been claimed by
death, among whom the most conspicuous
were tho husband, father and mm her of
What the cost of the Kring case has been
to the State Is a nuestlon that hui been
asked thousand of times, but neer satis
factorily anxwercd. This case was pending
In tbe courta for eight yeara and five
months, hut It has never been In such a
condition ai to be taxed up. Counting the
expense of Jurors, fee of oftloer, and
Jail expensei the cost will not fall short of
JlO.UOO. A few days before his removal
from the Jail to St. John's Hospital , Kring
Staled lo a reporter that his father hud
pent $.?(), 000 in feeing attorneys and
paying the expense Incidental' to the
Plill Thompaon Anjnltled.
IlAKKOlinniBH(i,Ky.,MaT 17. The Jurv
took the Phil Thompson case at a quarter
of 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon. When
Mr. Shuck had concluded Judge Hardin
said: "(ientlemeu of the Jury, retire to
your room and prepare your verdict."
Tbe twolve men marched out In single file
In charge of the Sheriff. Th great crowd
never moud. They seemed to be chained
to the snot either by anxiety or curiosity.
At 4 o'clock they came down stair and
marched Into the court-room, beaded bv
Sheriff Blssett. There waa a deuth-lik'e
stillness In that place. It was whispered
from ear to ear, "They have found a ver
dict," and everyone knew that J'hll
Thompson wai a free man.
"(tentlemon, havo you found a ver
dletf" said Judge Hardin.
"Wehavei" responded S. F. Over
street, the foreman of the lurr.
"Road It, then," said the court.
Overatreet read from a paper In hi hand;
'We, the Jury, find tho defendant not
Utility aa charged In the indictment."
What a thout arose. It waa the exulting
yell of the friends and lupporton of tho
sanctity of home and the Inviolate nature
of the relatione pf husband and wife. Five
hundred exulted men rushed forward to
grasp "Mttle Phil's" hand, and he was
almost overwhelmed with congratulation.
The father of the acquitted man Jumped to
hi feet when the verdict was announced
and shouted, "Thank God, the honor of
the wives i of Kentucky, gentlemen, I Mill
afe." It wa a remarkable scene, never
to ha forgotten by those who witnessed It.
After being abaant so long, the friend of
Thimipsou began to fear a hung Jury, and
their Joy was all the greater In conse'iuence
of that verdict which vindicated
''JI'j "V!r ',cl',, that he shot, und
N.""! WHl,'r ,.I)HV1 t0 the
chastity of his wife and maintain his own
MclionnM Musi It an sr. ""
lNniANAPoi.il, Mnv 17. The Jury In the
case of Samuel McDonald, who brutnll.V
murdered Louia l.nrent In a v nod -chop-jicr'a
cabin ten mllua from Kort Wayne, re.
Jtirnnd a verdict of guilty, and McDonald
was aoniencod to die. Ho never iiuallnd.
The defetiaewaa an alibi. A motion for
now trial I lining nrgueil,
A Iangrena fir.
Nrw Yohk, May 17. -A fire occurred In
tenement house titles imrnlng. Damage
nominal, but the Inmate were groatly ex
cited. Mra, ltcttt fiehnlcker, aged tw'nty.
one, tried to reach the street by means of
the Are escape, hut fell. Aa she waa In
delicate condition, It la thought her Injuries
may prove fatal. 8. Alnsworth also fell
from the fir escape and broke hit leg.
1 it i asaai V,
MhoriftM Marl Dank Failure,
Lansino, Mich., May 17. The late city
treasurer 'i accounts appear to be about
tft.ODO short. Aniell's bank, where he bad
arge ftaniacUoue. olo.td in doon to-day,
HAIRP, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY
olllvaa atad Mltebell.
Nam York, May 17.-After tbe benefit
of Matt Uraoe'a sister, last evening, Sulli
van waa asked If he bad heard that Mitch
ell, th, English cbameloB, does not con
sider himself defeated: "The fellow who
Is licked," he replied, "very often growls
over It. Still, Mltohtill need not come to
me for satisfaction until he squares hla ac
counts with Clenry. Clearv waa whipped,
and wrtnte another trial to get even. After
that I'll listen jo wlint Mitchell haa to eay."
Capf. Williams whs stked what occurred
at the time he ato) perl the bout, concern
ing which thine has been a dispute. He
snid: "I told the men they could nol g
on, and I asked Mitchell if he was s;ttIsHed.
He said ye. Then Sullivan look his hand
and llftpd it to hi face, which, acenrdlnic
to the rule of the gituie, showed that
llitchell had given In. When Mitchell nhIi
he waaaatlsiied he undoubtedly meant that
he had received punishment enough, for if
the bout hurl not ended Mitchell would
have been in uo condition to walk out of the
garden unassisted." ., . .
Borio.v, May 17. The report telegraph
ed last night that Sullivan's father had,
knocked a man down for defaming the"
character of his son prove untrue. '
Marrying hla l ucle'a Widow. I
Fiunkm!, Ky., May 17. -W. .1. Smith
of Selma, Ala., accompanied by his In
tended bride, arrived here at 10 o'clock,
wishing Ut evade the Alabama jaw, wi(jli
forbids a man to marry his tinW'r widow.
Their marriage doe not fall within the
I.evltlcal degree, but diversity of opinion
existed here aa to whether our laws pro
hibited marriage between the remoter de
gree of collateral kindred. So they re
turned acros the Tennessee ne, and were
married in the Sindle House, in (ialbttin.
They are people with good breeding, and
lenty or money, ana will make their
ome In Louisville.
WtaiiiNOTON, May K.Tha Secretarr
of tlie Interior decided adversely upon the
application of the Northern Pacfnc Hall
way company to withdraw from settlement
and entry the Indemnity lands, lying
twenty mllos or mors bevond the original
alternate sections granted in the charter,
but has sanctioned the action of tbe Com
missioner of the Land Office in withdraw
ing the indemuity lands adjoining the alter
The 'Great Miners' Convention Anxiou i
Merohanti at Staunton, III.
Pittbl'RG, May 17. Tbe Miners' Inter-State
Convention met this morning at
be regular hour. After the usual open
ing exercises the committee on constitu
tion presented a report, which was unani
mously adopted. The first and second de
fines the duties of the Executive Board,
which will be to Immediately Inquire into
any trouble that may exist in anv
locality, and asoertalh the cause of
the trouble and Its effect upon the whole
and be governed aecordiuglv.
Secretary Flannery, of the I'lttaburg
Miners' Assoclatlao, offered an amendment
authorizing tbe Executive Board to make
provisions for tbe maintenance of a strike
when such course is nece.sarv. The
amendment provoked a leugtby discussion,
and was vlgorouily opposed, and finally
laid on tbe table aa it was believed to be In
directly bearing on the preaent atrike. A
resolution ordering an assessment of five
per capita, to defray the expenses of or
gsnizlng, the assessment to be paid before
July 1st next, was adopted..
Tboinaa A. Armstrong, of tho Labor
Tribune, waa e)atd treasurer, and or
dered to collect the assessment.
After dinner the Pennsylvania delegate,
held a meeting and decided to bold a State
convention after the Inter-state convention
adjourns, the nbleot being reorganization.
Stai'nton, III., Mayl7. A committee
of the 'eading merchants of the place held a
conference, with Mr.Crabb, mine superin
tendent, to persuade him to take atepa for
arbitrating the controversy. Tbe atrike
cost the miners about $60,000, and that
sum Is also a loss of so much trade to tbe
merchant hence their solicitude to end
the trouble. Mr. Crabb gave tbem little
enco'iragement, however, and they will'
probably appeal to the miners.
Oar Month Ulster.
"city of Mexico, May 17. The official
Journal says It hopes very soon to announce
the renewol of diplomatic relation between
Mexico and England. The constitutional
amendment bringing offenses of tbe press
under the Jurisdiction of the ordinary
court Instead of a speoial press Jurv, ap
proved by a majority of the State ' Legis
lature. Is declared law. The Federal
(iovernment granted a concession to the
stste of Michigan for the construction of
three lines of railroad to connect with the
CntCAOo, May 17. Three men. two
mpponod to bo Jcre ShBtighneisv and Wm.
K:ilser, Wednesday night entered the bouse
of Mr. Mary Cavamtugh, whose husband
Is riving In the hospital, and terribly as
saulted her and her mother, who Is
aged 04. They then brutally beat Mrs.
( avanaugh'a two little children, who stood
ny. . .
A Boat ol Howe.
WAam.vOTON, D. C, Mav 17. A selec
tion was made to-day from half a dozen
bust crayon picture of tbe lute Postmaster
General Howe by as many artist. The one
selected to be hung In the postofflce depart
ment was executed by w. A Dyer, a
young artist of this city, at preaent con
nected with the Associated Tress. t
I. O. ol O. F.
St. Loci", May 17. -The annual session
of the Grand Lodge opened tills morning
for Its last day's work. The morning was
devoted to henring reports of the commit
tees and to illustration of the aecrnt work of
the order. In the afternoon the installa
tion of nlHcer took place, and the work of
the session completed, Most of the (Ne
gate left for their homes to-ntght.
Applied lor an Inlniicllon.
Otll'RN, May 17. -The Union Pacific
railway hna applied for an Injunction ve
straining the Denver Kin Gritndu from
entering Ogden. and putting a third rail on
tho Central Pad do track, claiming damage
to t property. The writ N made return
Foht Krcovrry, May 17.-Jaa. Frank
lin was found Wedneaday noon, two mil"
""'"'Of bare, with a bullet-hole
luoiigh hla body. Henry Sieve, a voting
b iick.mlth at that place, waa nrreale'd Inst
night on suspicion. No cause for the deed
Is known. .
Whipped by Woman.
AiiRiAv, Mich., May 17.-Mrs. Genr
vt Irth, whose husband Is proprietor of the
boiiltng works, publicly horse-whipped C.
K. Kogera, a prominent grain dealer, on
the lreet to-day, before a throng of Idler.
She anys lingers entered her house some
lino ago and made Indecent proposals.
Si'HiNOKIKLD, 111., Mayl7.-Tbe Har
per high llcemo hill providing II'
cense of $iao for beer and tM
tor whiskey saloons, Las been ordered
to a third reading lu tbe House after t bard
Clevkland, O., May 17.-There w
frost tboroughout Northern Ohio lea
MORNING. 3IAY 18. IKH3.
ACROSS THE WATER.
To'Be Hanged Irish Conspirators Sn
ttnead to Servitude-A Scene
LrtJCDOM, Mav 17. Th weekly state.
ment of the Hank of England shows
a decrease in hulllou af ri ,(shi, propor
tion of bank ressr.e to llubilltlci :;;' per
TUB ROVI'TM v gt'Kai HiV.
London, May 17. -Lord Dufferln will
visit liuiii t nnd Purls on his wnv to Eng
land from Coiisiuntltioplc, ' to ex
change views with Ihu Austrian aud
? rmich Governments on Ihu Egyptian ones,
tion. , J1 '
' ' (-" TUB I'Ol'K'a I'IMCl'I.AK.
O'Doanell. Member of Parliament for
Dungarvan, In a lottnr to tho Freeman's
Journal, referring to the Pope's circular
to. the Irish Bishop, say tltit .the Vatican
bas been misled by the specious mendacity
which haa availed Itself of
the monstrous Ignorant of Iiish affairs
prevailing at Koinel He char
acterUna Errington who ba been'the me
dium of communication between Great
Britain and Ute Vatican as sneak, 'sraUl
say lie attention of the Vatican should
be called to the crime fostered by Eng
land' enforcement of the infamous land
Dentin, Mav 17. James Mullelt, Ed
ward O'Brien. Edward McCaffrey, Danie
Delaney, William Moroney and Thomas
Doyle, all of whom pleaded guilty to the
charge of conplracy to murder, were ar
raigned for sentence this morning. The
first five mentioned were sentenced to ten
years' penal servitude, and Doyle to five
year' penal servitude. The Crown de
cided the criminal charge against McCaf
frey of baving participated In the murder
of Burke. Judge O'ltricn, in passing
sentence on James Mullett, said: "There
1 more known concerning you than has
been made public. I believe you were
present during the attank on Juror Field. ' '
Mullett replied, "Iwsinot."
The Judge then adverted to the principal
share the prisoner had taken In organizing
the conspiracy to murder.
Matthias Brady, charged with threaten
ing the foreman of the Jury which
convicted bis brother Joe Bradv,
pleaded guilty to the charge but the Crown
and the person threatened assented to his
b'l'be trial of Peter Doyle, on a charge of
conspiracy to murder, a postponed on
account of sickness. He was in the court
but was so weak he had to be supported bv
Judge O'Brien after sentencing the men
before mentlonoi, discharged the special
Jury panel summoned to try the cases of
the men discharged with the Phu iiix Park
murders and other crimes. The special
busineai of the commission was concluded
to br hanged to-morrow.
Dchlik. May 17. -Daniel Curler,
another of tbe condemned I'lnenlx Park
murderers, will be banged to- morrow.
His father aud wife visited him to-day and
bade htm farewell. Thry were very much
distressed, but the prisoner is firm.
Bkrmn, May 17. It Is aeml-offldally
announced that the reply of Prussia to the
last note of the Vatican makes no reference
to the organic revision of the May laws. It
Is stated that Bismarck Informed the friend
of the Vatican that It will never again re
ceive such favorable offer from Prussia as
thoe now under considsration, and It will
surely repent If II rejects them.
Di.'RBaX , May 17. News has been re
ceived that King Cetewavo having ad
vanced to attack Obam and I.'sibepu, the
latter chiefs combined their force and ut
terly routed Cctcwayo. The first ac
counts of the engagement put the lots at
6,000 men, but this I probably exagger
Paris, May 17. Tbe Flrago publishes
a letter from De Lesseps slating
that the Suez Canal Company propose to
cut a second canal across the Isthmus.
Atlantic And Paelflc Kallroad.
Boston, Mi-y 17, At the annua meet
Ing of stockholder of the Atlantic and
Pacific Railroad this morning ftl.Hts) shares
were represented. The following board of
directors were elected: W. B. Utrong. B,
P. Cheney, B. E. Toiualitie, Thoma
Xlckerion, A. W. Nlckorson, Levi C.
Wade, H. C. Xutt, Boston: E. F. Wins
low, Jay Gould, C. P. Huntington, Jessie
Solitrtirsn, J. D. Fish and W. F. Bucklcv,
of New York. At a subsequent meeting of
the director the following officers wore
chosen: President H. C. Nutt, Boston;
Vice-president E. F. Wlnslow. New York;
secretary and treasurer, C. S. Tuckerman,
Boston, and auditor, D. L. Gallup, Bos
ton. Ulrla Worked lo Death for Mere
Chii'aoo, ilay 17. Tho Executive Com
mittee of the Cigar-makers' Union Wed
nesday evening heard tho testimony of six
young girls employed by one Bebrraan on
Kinsley street. It was shown they worked
from din the morning to ft at night, nnd
three nights each week, making bunche
for cigiu. The majority receive $.1 a
week, and In order to make a profit off this
scanty pittance he charges them a cent
minute fnr lost time. When the Health
Inspector visits the place the proprietor
manages to secret the children under age
employed. Other tyrannical practices are
alleged, and It Is claimed the place Is only a
type of rubers In the city.
Nw YORKMay 17. F. B. Tutts. K,
,1. Foster and Gordon K. Cuinmlng, clerk
In the employment of Leboutllller Itro.,
dry goods, Broadway, wcro arrested Wed
nesday charged with ateallng money from
the firm. When they sold goods (''. O. D.
ihey collected and appropriated the money
to their own use. Tutti and Foster were
caught In the not by detectives, and they
Implicated Cuinmlng. Thev began lliel'r
speculations on May ft aud continued them.
The loss of the Arm I believed to be quite
considerable. The accused were arraigned
In court and remanded for examination,
International vTliTT! A.
Mii.wai'rrr, Mayn.-Ata meellng of
the session of the International Comtnltli'e
oftheji. M. C. A. about two hours worn
given to devotional exercise. Papers
were then read by 8. M. Say ford, general
secretary of the Massachusetts associations,
on heha f ot W. O. Douglass, of .St. I.tmla.
who had written on the subject, "Reason
why lucal associations should employ
general secretaries," and was tumble to
lie present. W. E. Watklns read a naper
on "Survey of tbe work of the Inter
national Committee ' winning aecre
Army of th rotomae.
Wahbinoton, May 17,-Unlted States
1 "'mtn Talupoosa nnd Ewlng and (he
neam boat George Leary oonvoyed mem
bers of the Society of the Armv of the Po.
lomac and nurnbor of Invited gnosis to
Mount Vernon. At night a grand hniviuet
was given the society.
rrrrsBtTRO, re,., May 17.-While
number of workmen wer digging
trench on Fayette treot, Allegheny City,
this morning, the ground caved In,
itaittly killing John Smith and seriously
Injuring Matu.w Uold.o Md Jane
Teiaa l.aatd Hqaabhle.
Austin, Texas, May 17. -Acting Stats
Treasurer W. B. Worthatn brought up the
Important question oonoerntng olasa lands
Involving millions of aores and reaching
fiurchasers all over tbe country. Ue re
used the tender of over $73,000 made hy
various parties for land purchased. He
explains that certain railroad companies
holding land certificates made surveys of
alternate school section and bad fllad soms
taken. Now parties claiming that these
surveys were not valid come forward and
propose to purchase lauds under what Is
known a the fifty per cent, law, and have
tendered full payment for the lands they
deilred, Including tbe alternate school
sections with railroad sections. Tbs last
Legislature having declared the qnsstlon
able survey by the railroad for the benefit
of the school lands valid, Mr. Wortham
refused to Include them si fifty per cent,
lands. He offered to receive the money on
railroad sections, but not on alternate
school land. Parties represented bv
Judge Hancock a tbelr advlier made their
tender for both kinds of land in bulk,
refusing to divide the question, and thus
raising an Important iisue with tbe
Alar Rom Trial.
WAaittNoroM, D. C, May 17. Owing
to the Illness of Juror George B. Sheriff no
progress waa piade In tbs star route .trial
Ao-iUy . fiiui" the court adjourned Judge
Wylie referred to the cmy lawyer, Eng
land, who Hill frequents the court-house,
and declared it was a disgrace that tbe
proper authorities had not taken chargo of
him. The court had ordered tbe bailllffs
to exclude hltn from tbe conrt-houae. and
fnr this he threatened to shoot the court, or
rather personnel of tbe court. Of course
this threat would have been disregarded
had he been sane, but, as It was, no one
knew what whim might be acted upon bv
the unfortunate man. Adjourned until to
morrow. JT. Proctor Knott 111 l.uck.y Mask
I.ofiSMM.K, May 17. In the convention
on tbe seventeenth ballot, on which the
man receiving l he lowest number of vote.
ws to be dropped, much confusion exist
ed, tbe final result of which was that
Owsley was withdrawn. Later on Buck
ner, and then began a hot fight between
Buckner and Jones, which finally resulted
In the nomination of .1. Proctor rfnott. Mr.
Jones having been wltbvkawn to save a
squabble in the party. Knott waa declared
the nominee for governor, No use send
ing votes, as It was nearly unanimous.
Among the resoluilon adopted Is one op
posing subsidies of every kind, denouno
Ing the tariff act of tbe last Itcpublloau
Convention, and demanding that the next
House pass a tariff bill requiring that all
eustom-houe taxation be for revenue
only. This ii a victory for Henry Walter
son, Attempted Suicide and the Hallows,
Jacksov, Mis.., May 17. Henry Flem
ing was hanged Wednesday at Plttsboro.
Calhoun county, for a murder committed
two years ago. An Immense crowd wit
nessed the execution. Fleming was cool
and self possessed. When at the gallows
Jje attempted to kill himself with a small
pocket-knife and inflicted a wound In the
throat, but it wa not fatal. His neok was
broken by the fall and the death struggle
lnsl.nl but an Instant.
A Counterfeiter Arrested.
PlTTSBt-Rti, May 17. -P. B. Smith,
alias K. W. Follls, who has been flood
ing the oil regions with circulars offering to
send for $a, was arrested this morning
by United Status Special Detective Perkins
on a charge of using tbe mall for fraudu
lent purposes. The accused was com
mitted to Jail In default of ball.
Bala of a Remertatlon.
WAsriixoroN, Mav 17. .Judge McFar
lend, Commissioner General of the Land
Office, will leave Washington to-morrow
or Beatrice, Nab., where he will repre
sent the government at the sale of the Otoe
MAY 17, 1883.
CATTT.F- -nun, 61(! lower; exports
Jd loru'i (i; , i choice shipping $8 800
8 V; common to lair $5 10O5 70.
Horn-Market slow and ofalOc lower:
light W (Mtf7 ft; mixed packing $8 90O
7W; heavy packing and shipping $7 20d
C. I 1 Lie-Scalawag fi 600,1 26; light
nipping steers o zotdKi 70: Deavy shipping
Bluer Hi((ta 40: irooil eowa anl h,(r..
$4 ttOAWi; common cows and heifers $8 50O
iw; goou cow anu oaives $-urff4o; oom
mon cows and calves SlOraiA.
HOGS Weak and lower on large offer
ings; demand active. Light to good
Yorkers $7f87 03i mixed packing 7 0W3
, io; roiina mixeu lots w 7Uf7; good
butchers to extra 17 10(37 87H; skips and
culls 26oitf 60.
SHEEP Finn and In good request:
prices ir anything a tittle stronger. Supply
of suitable loti still continue
mon to medium sheared $3 'JMti: fair to
good W 26 H 4 76; prime $,V3 26; choice to
eaira to ourim ou; acaiawag and Blockers
Ural a. Etc
, wHEiVT,nTi,Hr: olo"l 12 June;
V 'f ,h,pJl 14 August; $1 10V Sep!
lumber; $1 10V year."
COKN-Hlghar; 67 H June; 53; 68V
July; ;!i'irilt) August; 63Y year.
O.VTS -stronger:l2s- June; 42 July;
4 'a August; unyear.
, "'!vVrrlr.l'0KllInr' o10"1"' at$114K
Juna;.Til4sf July ;$I 14 V August; $1 14 K
September: fl I21. year.
COltN-IIIgher; 62 May; 53 JunejMK
July; n.i V August; 48 H year.
0'VjSrL,m('1'i '' May; iVi&S June;
41 ' July.
fjWHK VT-May $1 21; June $1 21 V j July
KCt) 1 1 N - M ay tJ6 V i J u tie 66 V ; J u I v 07 ' .
OATS-MeylSi; June 48; July 4!t
Country Produce, Ele.
BUTTER -Offorlngal liberal, 'demand
only a light consumptive one and market
quiet and easier. The supply of creamery
especially being excessive. Wo quote:
Creamery at 24f(25o. Dairy at 2ir22 for
choice and faneyi fair to good l.Vtsis, ,ow
grade country packed In large supply and
almost unsalable, while choice yellow unis
butler la In falrrsqunstjqulte common 67,
fair 8eIO, and good to choice vellow I2W14.
EGGS -Supply very small, demand brisk
anil market firmer at UK.
LIVE POULTRY' Old chicken In ex
resslve supply, dull and weak. Demand
was limited at 8 26rtr3 60 for cocks. Ifcl 7,y
4 for mixed, and $4 2604 50 for choice,
hen. Large full-grown spring chicken
scarce, and wattled at U9tt medium sized
fair sale at muMb0 but small and
scrubby ovnrplcntytJand doad dull at Jlw
160. No demand for other poultry and
ti,',l5iDrQ!l,! n4unohanged( reHnril
12 K ; bard t4.
. . LIVKRPOOL. .
Whtnd corn dull, Country markets
adr. Red winter wheal off oast de
clined 8d. California wheat to arrive
arrive declined Sd. Spot wheat not much
unuuimu ou. tyopot vrneav not niuco
doing No. spring Ps ld No. S sprint;
s Id j Western winter Is Id; ulxstf
western eoru not mv
Inlaar IU tMrl.
iMnwtia from I7.il
loa aad CeaU.
r 9 Braavwvsr'skSSSSSBRISSS
That Brown's Iron Bitters
will cure the worst case
Will insures hearty appetite
and increased digestion.
Cures general debility, and
gives a new lease of life.
Dispels nervous depression
and low spirits.
Restores an exhausted nurs
i ng mother to full strength
and -gives- abundant sus
tenance for her child.
Strengthens the muscles and
ncrves.enriches the blood.
Overcomes weakness, wake
fulness, and lack ofenergy
Keeps off all chills, fevers,
ami other malarial poison.
Will infuse with new life
the weakest invalid.
37 WiilVerSt., MMiinioir, Dee. rWr.
r or six years I have been a great
siitTtrrr frnm lit v.! l;eae, ly-..
Y ps- ;inilt.'n:..iiijiiun,anJILin
tu i).:li!itiecl ili.it 1 could not retain
rnvlliini on in stoiniikh, in fact,
lifr hail aliDCHt LcLonie a LurJcu.
l indil) , when hope W .Imost Ui'l
i".c, mv liiKhaiid kcuim Usowf.'a
Ikon linrrKs advcitiscd iu Ilia
in per, induced me t'lgiv il a trial,
urn iiuw taking ihe third bottle.
and lie not frit i well In sis
i i, 1 do j the Dreaenl lime.
Mra. L. Y. OatrriN.
Brown's Iron Bitters
will have a better tonic
effect upon any one who
needs "bracing up," than
any medicine made.
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71 OHIO I.KYKlt.
CAPITAL, ftl 00,000
A Gonoral Hnukiiur Imsinosa
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jNTa'HPKINK SAVING HANK.
fcXCU'SIVm.Y A SAVINGS I'.ASK.
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f j ALL I DAY BROTHRRS.
KMU'K,(iRA!N AND Hk
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RlehfiHt rnh Price PalJ for Wkf.
PKOriUKTOH or SHIOAT'S patent
Wholewile J-)er.er In loo.
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PAUSED FOR 8HIPPINO
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