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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. fLUNOIH, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 21. 1883.
Natural fruit flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruits, with
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itjf. Admitted by all who hare used them
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flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
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liron I c Diar
Impurity nt tint
ltlixxl, Fever ami
untl all Diseases
cauM'd by De
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SYMPTOMS OF A DISEASED IIVEU.
Hail lircalh; I'ain in tlie hide, mmrtiniei re
tain ii frit undrr the Sh-.uiiitr.bUde, mi.uk n for
Kheurrutitm ; general los of appetite : ll'iweli
genrrilly cjtlivc, .nmetimt-ft alternating with lai;
the head la troubled with pain, n dull and heavy,
with considerable Un. if memory, accompanied
with painful vensati in of leaving undone tointthtng
which ought to have been dune; a ibjE'-t, dry cx.h
and flushed face it tometimei an aucr.-iam, often
mnukrn fur consumption, the patient complaint
of wearines. and debility; nervous, e.iiiy .urtied;
feet cold cr burninf;, tonietirnei a pnrkly -ni;un
of the km exist., vpints arc low aii'j tkspmdcnt,
and, although .aml'int thai exercise wuld I bene
ficial, yet one can hardiy summon up fjr'.itude to
try it in tact, dmruiti ery remedy everal
of the above ymptomi attend t'ie diK-ae bin case
have ot.cu.rred when but few of thtio existed, yet
elimination after death ha shown ll.e Liver w
have been extensively deranged.
It should be lined by all prron, old and
young, whenever any of the ulx vn
or Living In I n-
nralttiT lJ)Culltle. ttv
' taking a dmc occasion
ally to keep the lj
to keen trie Ijver in
in healtny action, will avoid
all Malaria. Itl I lotto attack, limncu, Nau
sea, Drowsiness, Depression of Spinu, etc It
will invif-oiate like a glass of wine, but I no Id
If You have eaten anything hard ot
digestion, or feel heavy after meals, ot !
leal at night, take a djse arid yuu will be relieved.
Time and Doctor.' HUM will be aaved
by always keeplni; the liegulator
In the House!
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
Safe purgative, alterative and tonic can
nevar be out of pla e. I he remedy ii harmleM
and doe uut interfere with busiuess or
IT IH miEI-Y VEOETAni.E,
And hat ail the power and efficacy of t alomel or
Quinine, without any of Uic injurious after ctlccts.
A Governor's Testimony.
Simmons 1-tver Regulator hat been in use in my
Camilv fur tome time, and I am tati.ficd it it a
valuable addition to the mcdii al icienLe.
J. Litt-l Smiihtoh, Uuvernor of Ala.
Hon. Aleiander If. Stephen., of (ia..
ays: Have derived kjmc benetit troin the use ot
Simmons I.iver Regulator, and with to give it a
"The only Thing; that never falls to
Relieve."! hive used ni.mv remedies fur Dys
peptia, I.iver Affection and Itebuiiy, but never
have found anything to benefit me t" the extent
Simmons Liver Regulator hat. I sent from Min
nesota to Georgia fur it. and woiilJ send further for
such a medicine, and would advise ail who are sim
ilarly affected to eive it a trial at it tecmt the only
thing that never fails to relieve
i'. M JannkY, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. IV. Million aayitt Frum actual ex
perience In the tue of Nmrm'rt I.iver Regulator in
my practice I have been and am vilified to ute
asd prctcribe it at a purgative medicine.
ttTTatie only the Genttlno, which alwayi
hat on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Slgnuturo of J. II. ZKII.IN 4 CO.
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mi nt of mirglcal dloatis, and dlicasoi of wuniun
ind rhlldrun. , ,
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A Udy In kttunilHiico.
JjU, W. C. JOCFLTN,
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H. E W. WHITLOCK,
Orricc No. 1st Oomraurcla)
Rpr-t'i and Ninth HtrentJ
I I I III
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL
sjTo - Examination of Gen.
Seoretary Folger'e Wherebouts
Arthur Will Entertain Diaz.
WaSIIinoton, March 20. -Inpernoll con
tinued hi ur(ftiiiicni In the Star Jtouto trial
In opposition to the admission of evidence
concerning the l'rice drafta. After the
argument (icn. nradyreiitiinedthewitneta
alumi . Some qiientiou were asked about
outaide. rontea, when WlUon (rave notice
that if the prosecution went outaide the In
dictment and took up otherroutea he would
feel called upon to go Into the atitiject at
length. The court replied that tbo rulea of
law could Dot be relaxed merely to save
time. That bad lonx ago ceased to be a
aubjeet for consideration.
The Inquiry turned upon the Concret-
llonal Inveatlgallon. and wltnca relterKted
many anawera given 'during it progrca.
BliHt aiked It wltneas knew what member
of Congress interested himself in tbe Min
eral Park Ploehe route.
A. I do.
A. I must decline say,
lillss again put the ojiestlon. Witness
aid he bud no objection to naming tbe
person, who Initiated the. movement, but
be had objection to naming persons who
ad concerned themselves In subseuuent
orders. The Nevada Senators and
Representatives and I'tab lJelegste had
inteivMcd themselves in tbe routes.
Among others, Senator Jones. Rliss.re
marked the papers did not show the
ndorsement of anv of the persons
named. Witness was asked
lexplaln al reasons for
cutting down the service upon the Mineral
I'ai k I'loche route and restoring It within
a short time. He said the service had been
reduced hecauscHt was not orooerlv exe
cuted. Afterwards it w as represented to
htm that great injustice had been done the
coninii'tois. Jlllss In.iulred who bad rep
resented that tbo reduction was an Inius
tice to the contractors? Hesitating-
tbe witness answered. "The con
tractors themselves. I believe that phase
the question was also presented with
great Ureas by Senator Plumb, of Kansas,
who said be was a friend of the contract
or's and knew Injustice bad been done
tbem." Witness was convinced the fault
was with tbe sub-contractor
who delayed the trips at
lorado Ulver, and that If the service
was restored the contractor would make It
a good service. Bliss called his attention
to the fact that ths reason given In the en
dorsement upon the packet for rextorinif
the service did uot mention the contractors.
out rererred only to the Importance of the
route as a connecting link In the railway
as that reason true?" he akd wit-
cess, who responded in the affirmative
that that was on reason, but not the
Ullss (abruptly) w hat had Senator
Plumb, a Kausaa Senator, to do with this
Witness He could nrobablv answer that
question more correctly than 1 could.
Nrw Vokk. March 20. Geo. W. Conk-
ling, who shot and killed Wilbur H
llaventlck last night, was arraigned to-dav
in trie coroner s omoe. lie is gentlemanly
In appearance, and bore himself outwardly
with calmness and composure. Tbe
Coroner decided to begin tbe investigation
this afternoon, tonkling'a counsel claims
the shooting was entirely Untitled: that tbe
fn. oner am it in defense o: his sister and
n efforts to remove her from vicious aur
roundlngs, and that it would be sustained
by the moral sentiment of the community.
Counsel maintained that if lleav
crstlck had only used bis fl.ts In the as
sault on Conkllng tbe weapon would not
have been brought Into play. The prison
er was remanded to the custodv of the
Eollce. Mrs. l.hler, tbe prlsoner'a sister,
ecame so hysterical after the shooting she
nau to oe romovea to trie nosp ta . where
che now ilea in an exhausted condition.
A Young Ulrl'c Nulrlde.
Cincinn ati, March 20. A girl shot her
self at noon in the room of Daniel Koag,14o
nti ruiu mirev, one nau caueu ior
Koag. who was out. The proprietor
of tbe bouse was about to elect
ncr, wncreupon sue snot nerseii in toe
temple. On her way to the hospital, wheu
told she would die, she said ber name was
Mabel lieveridge, of Thomaatown, Maine.
She had two sisteri living at Mllford, Me
and one, In Massachusetts, and one In
Pork racking; at rincluuntL
Cincinnati. Marco. 20. Col. Sydney D.
Maxwell, superintendent of the Merchant'a
Exchange, has made an elaborate state
ment of the pork packing statistics, show
ing the total number of hogs packsd In Cin
cinnati from November 1 to March 1,425,
4u0, an increase over tbe previous vear of
40.522; aggregate yield of lard, 13,70,298
pounds; increase or tbe aggregate cost or
nogs $1,214, 234; barrels ot pork produced,
Jobn Howard I'ltytvn'c Benialna.
Nrw Yohk, March 20. The Board of
Aldermen adopted a resolutions setting
apart the Governor's room In the
Cltv llnil for the reception of the re
mains of John Howard Payne. A commit
tee was also appointed to co-operate with a
similar committee from the Press Club In
receiving and escorting the remains to tbe
Tbe Temperance Ticket Elected.
Atlanta, III., March 20.-Our city
election yesterday was a quiet affair. The
temperance ticket was elected, the oppo
sition falling to put a ticket In the tield. A
iublleo meeting was held at Murphy Hall
last nl,'ht over the result.
Printing Press Patents.
Niw YORK, Maroh 20. Scott, the
well-known manufacturer of printing
presses, has sold his patents, etc., to II.
IlooACo,, for $100,000. He will com
plete tbe presses already contracted for
Denver, Maroh 20. The Exchange
Bank of Denver suspended thla morning.
The bank was never strong. The failure
creates little surprise. The other banks
are not affected.
Albany. N. Y., Maroh-SO. The 8cnat
passed a bill compelling tbe telegram and
ielophnne oompanles of New York: and
Brooklyn to place the lines underground
after Maroh 1, 1886.
Publle KxMotlona Abolished.
Nash vii IK, Tenm.. March 20.- A bill
was passed by the Legislature to-day abol
ishing public exeoutiont InTennesee.
The Cold Wove.
BlcnrORT, Vt., March 30. There !
another heavy mow storm. The trains art
kioekaded and the loalU Aeleyed.
he I'nlled the Nuptial Knot bnl nt
the Divorce Ieeree.
Nitw Yohk. March 20.-Flcnrlettt
Hdhufcr'a application to have nut iwlue tb
decree or divorce granted m iter wvor in
her Miiit uKalnst her btmliand,' laaao
Nchtifcr. who on Sunday wa marriud at
Newurk to Annls Levi, haa been denied by
iJikIk hawrenco. Mri. hehafer anertett
that the decree bad been obtained througn
rand upon her, aa she only desired to
Ret a limited divorce. Jude Lawrence
Kav lie In aatlBufid from the t vldemie that
the plaintiff fully understood the character
of the action Initltuted in Iter behalf, and
the effect of the decree which the now teeka
to act miile. Mr. Sohafcr and hU new
bride vMtcd thla cltv yetcriluy, and
1,,tntlf jv,.i.utntl a Aanii )v lX'hliri for
$T,.VMlie pn inliea at 'J3 Ltullow atreet
wero conveyed to Kcnacca LeMter. toe
new wife aiieiledher newname"Schcffor,"
n kIkIK i lie deed.
Kx-Prcaldent Ila in Chicago.
Chicago, March 20. Gen. porflro Dial
reached this city from St. Louis this morn
ing, l lie lteception (Jominltl'-o, neuuea
y President Hobbs, of the Hoard of Trade
which went out to meet him was carried
beyond the point arranged for the meeting
or the trains ana returned to the city two
hours after the visitors arrived. Mayor
Harrison, at the head of the General Com-
iiill.a. vnn. f V. a Ua.-ln.n .... a A Ift nl
uiiiiru. iuu liio ,iicaii.nii .iir nun h t, na
taknn In carriages to the Palmer House.
where the Mayor delivered an address.
ieneral Diaz replying In Spanish. The day-
will he spent In viewing the public build-
tigs, and to-night General Uiaz will wit-
runs a review of the First Brigade of the
Condition of tbe Treasury.
Washington, March 20. The Secreta
ry of the Treasury has called for a detailed
statement of the condition of the Treasury
with a view to acting upon the various
roposltlons which have been submitted to
lin In regard to the future of the financial
operations of the Government. The Sec
retary of State has transferred to tno Sec
retary of tbe Treasury the Japanese indem
nity fund, and the whole matter will now
be settled without delay.
Tbe Illsb Waters.
MKMPniS, March 20. A Helena, Ark.,
special to the Western Associated Press
savs the river la kissing the levees farewell
this morning. It Is falling at the rate of 14
inches In 24 nours. The overtlow Is pass
ing out through the breaks with great force.
ihe bottoms win oe cleared or water with
in tbe next ten days. The flood Is fast giv
ing place to ordinary everv-day affairs in
cident to the season.
New Yohk, March 20. Stocks opened
2' lower for it. Paul, Minnesota and
Manitoba, and a shade lower for the re
mainder of the list. During the past
hour speculation has been v ry dull and
the market very heavy. Prices fell of )ri
H, the latter Northern Paeltle preferred,
whilst St. Paul, Minnesota und Manitoba
dropped IV to 15 but at llo'cloek re
covered to 152.
Tati.orville. III.. March 20. In her
rational momenta Emma Bond has con
firmed the theory that two masked men
carried her from her sickroom, and from
other evidence her father and physician aro
convinced that the theory is a correct one.
to prevent ber appearance before the Grand
The Hummer Races
Chicaoo, March 20. The programme
of the summer racing meeting of tbo Chi
cago Driving Park Association commences
.Tune 26 to ), Inclusive, and July 3 and 4.
The Illinois Derhv will run on July 3.
Northwestern stakes and champion stakes
on July 4. Five races occur on each day,
and nine on July 4.
A Nusplclonc Death.
SIowrie, Iowa, March 20. The wife of
James Hylsnd, living a few miles from
here, was found dead. There was evl
dnnee of murder from choking and kicking.
She and her husband had separated and be
was arrestod for murder. Hylaiul accuses
a neighbor named Bond of the deed.
Important Bills Passed
Jkftf.rson City, Mo., March 20.
The House passed a resolution to adjourn
on next Monday, which, being sent to the
Senate, was laid over until next Fri
day. The Senate beat the bill to establish a
State Industrial school for Juvenile offend
ers. Aves, lti; noes, 14. Senator Mc
Grath was the only member of the St.
Louis delegation who voted no.
The Senate bill prohibiting pawnbrokers
from doing business will) minors or Intoxi
cated persons, limiiiu rate of
Interest to live per cent, on
loans of less than $20 and three per cent on
loans above that amount, and requiring
pawnbrokers to forward to the Chief of
police each day a full list and description
of articles upon which he has mado
advances, passod with but three dissenting
The Senate bill requiring vendors of
deadly weapons to keep a register of sales
The Senate concurred In all the IIouso
amendments to Heard's war claims bills.
The labor statistics bill was called up in
the Senate, and the committee's amend
ments agreed to, when the Senate took a
In the House the bill appropriating
$140,000 for erecting additions to tbo St.
Joseph and Fultou Lunatlo asylums was
defeated, receiving but sixty-seven votes.
An attempt will be mado to recon
th Branches Down to Work after Sun
8prin(1Fik,i.d. 111.. March 20. The
Senate presented a business-Ike appear
ance this morning, tbe several absuntees of
last week beltu 111 their seats, heverai
high license petitions were read, and some
six new bills Introduced, read and re
ferred. I'litlnlshcd business for the morn
ing was thn committee bill on roads, high
ways and bridges, which was reached at
lOi.'Kl a. m., the consideration of which
continued all morning. Tho Senate ad
journed at 12:M to lli.'iu to-morrow.
In the House there was a good attend
ance and a disposition to attend strictly to
business. A bill to punish defaulting bank
officers, adversely reported upon by tbe
Committee on Banks and Hanking, was
called up and discussed, and Dually order
ed printed for Information. A bill was re
ported to reimburse shawnectown's loss on
fevcet by the flood. It was amen 'ed and
recommended to pass, A bill to . com
pel all rulli-onds in this Slate
to havo olllces for tho transfer
of shares of slock" and a correct rooord
kept of the same, was ordered to Its teoond
reading, tho otllce to be under tho con
trol of tho Ballroad and Warehouse Com
mission. The bill for the ordinary expens
es of Jnlint Penitentiary renni tnil and rec
ommended to pass; to admit clergymen ot
an denominations to prcacn instate insuiu
lions, and to annul the authority to appoint
Chaolulus. was called and
live to fortv-elffht. The
endar shows ninety-two bills oa eeeond.
A FAITHLESS WIFE,
A Devoted Brother Slays Her
Words of the
NbwYork, Match 20. Oeoje W.
Conkllng, twenty-seven years old, attached
to the Governmt'iii Field Survey, In actual
service In Nevada, with hcadiiU'irters nt
Keno, shot W. II. Haveistlck, thlriv-years
old, a broker of the firm of W. 11. llaver
Stick Co., of No. tin Broadway, In an
apartment on tbe lliat floor of the Paris
flats, 341 West Twenty-third street, at 10
o'clock last night. At 10:;W o'clock Haver-stick
was dead and Conkllng had surren
dered himself. The men had quarreled be
cause Haverstlck hud refused to allow Mist
Emma I'bler, George Coukllng's sister,
who had been ruined by Haverstlek and
lived with him as bis wife when he was
shot, to leave him and return West with
her brother. The woman, who Is now 29
years old, married J. C. Uhler, In San
Francisco, Cal., In 1673. They came East
and I'bler went Into partnership with
Haverstick. Two years ago Haverstlek en
ticed away Mrs. I'hler, who, It Is stated,
was the mother of soveral children, and she
deserted them and her husband. The bus
iness partnership was dissolved, and
Haverstlek and Mrs. I'hler lived at several
places as brother and sister, until last sum
mer, wnen iney nirea au apartment in the
Paris flats and ntted It up luxuriously,
Other tenants In tbe hous.e considered them
an odd couple, and a few days ago some of
them sent a note to the agent of tbe
property, asking him to request Haver
stlek and the woman to leave the flats, as
it was apparent
THKY WERE NOT MAHRIEI),
although they made themselves
known as man and wife.
After the shooting Conkllng hastily left
tbe apartment, pushing aside bis sister,
who was frantic with apprehension and re
morse, and walking to the Grand Opera
house, sought Uillccr J, W. Mantle, of tbe
Sixteenth Precinct, and said to him: "Of
ficer, I desire to surrender myself. I have
shot a man down there, and I guess bo's
going to die." The policeman called up
another officer and sent him to the Paris
Flats, took Conkllng to the West Twenti
eth Street Police Station and informed
Capt. Mcllwain) of tbe affair. He and
Detectives Cairns and Campbell went im
mediately to Mr. Haverstlek 's apartment.
Meanwhile Mrs. I'hler bad summoned thn
Janitor and told hltn to send for a phy
sician. Tbe first to come was Dr. Tims,
8. Healey. of 82K West Twenty-third
streeet. He found Haverstlek In a state of
collapse on the floor of the front parlor.
Stimulants ware administered and Dr.
Healey asked tbe wounded man, "Are
you shot?" He replied: "A young man
shot me." He pointed to his breast and
tried to pass bis band over the wound. Dr.
Healey did not question him closely, but
while be was bending over him Haverstlek
said, with sudden energy : "George Conk
llng shot me.
HE SHOT ME DOWN LIKE A POO."
Soon aftorhesald faintly, "But I forgive
him. He did not mean it." Then there
was a pause of several minutes, which w as
broken by Haverstlek saying: "God bless
my mother." These were his last words.
Dr. A. W. Amtdon, of No. f8 West
Twenty-first street, Mrs. Ubler's phvsi
clan, arrived about a minute after Haver
stick died. At the Sixteenth Precinct
Station-house Conkllng behaved calmly.
Ha gave his pedigree and afterwards made
a statement of the shooting and what bud
led to It to Capt. Mcllwaln. but refused to
talk to reporters. He will be taken to thn
coroner's office to-dav. A reporter visit
ed Mr. Haverstick 's flat, soon after the
deed. Mrs. I'hler wag In violent hysterics.
Dr. Amldon was compelled forcibly to re
strain ber. She Is a beautiful woman,
with an h ngnsn cast or features and wavy
brown hair. She had not been told of
Haverstick 's death and at Intervals she
made inquiry about his condition, and ap-
Sealed piteously to be allowed to go to
He Causes the Removal of a Tried and
Ttica. March 20. The resignation
of Win. II. Bright, Clerk of the l iiited
States Clreult Court for the Northern Dis
trict of New York, lust announced, is rec
ognized as a further movement toward
"tightening Conkllng's grip on the Fed
federal courts." Bright Is a one-armed
soldier. He was appointed Clerk by Judge
Blatehford on the death of Cnas. 'Mason,
and has the written assurances of Judges
Blatchrord, Wallace and Coxe of their
satisfaction with hla services. No com
plaint has been made. Tbe first Intimation
that a change was to be made came from
Judge Wallace a month ago, who said ho
regretted exceedingly that a change In the
clerkship would soon be made, that It
was not In accordance with
his desire, but that he was so situated that
he could not refuse to make It. District
Judge Coxe expressed similar sentiments
snd disclaimed any power to Interfere.
Within a fo w days Wallace has repeated
these assurances, and people are asking,
"What power Is there above tbe Circuit
Judge compelling him to do this thing?"
Not Judge Blatehford, for he writes to
Bright expressing regret at the impending
change. Bright Is classed as a Half-breed,
W. II. Conistock, the aooredlted leader of
the Conkllng Stalwarts here, has been un
tiring In urging the change, and either he
or W. J. Dooltttle will, It Is thought, be
clerk. Doollttle Is a brother-in-law of
Judge Coxe, Coukllng's nephew, and a
brother of Utlca's Democratic Mayor.
Coupled with the regret of friends al
Blight's forced retirement Is the gmioral
Indignation at the manifest control of tbo
Federal Judiciary by representatives of
Clothing Saturated With Turpentine
Catches Fire from a Cigarette.
New YORK, March 20. -John Decker,
14 years old, employed In a lithographing
establishment, went Into the liquor saloon
of John T. Sludo to light a clgaivtle, Ho
wore tho clothes In which he worked, uml
thev were saturated with turpentine, with
which tbo stones used In lithographing am
cloaued. Suddenly the boy's clothing burst
Into flames. Mr, Slado said: "I was
standing behind the bar. The boy bad
lighted a cigarette at the cigar stand, ami
had moved to tbe outer swinging doors,
ten foet distant, where there was a flash,
at though a handful of gunpowder hud
been touched with a lighted match, The
flames sprang two foot abdve his head. He
screamed for help and I wet a towel and
tried to smother the flames, but they gullied
on me. The boy snatched the towel from
me and applied It himself. I ran out on
the sidewalk and called for help and tbe
bov followed mo. My own ooat was burn-
lug, and uiy faoe and balr were badly
scorched. Two truckmen at work across
the street ran to us and stripped off ths
Decker was taken to
lie Is la critical cou
The Czar Threatened on Coronation
London, March 20. At a meeting of the
Cabinet at Windsor Lord Carllngford took
bis seat as Lord President of tbo Council,
In place of Lord Spencer, resigned. Lord
Carllngford a 111 assume the duties of
Minister of Agriculture, which are com
bined with those of Lord President. The
Standard states on good authority that the
Cabinet divided -on tho question of the
construction of a tunnel under the Kugllsb
At a meeting at Glusgow Monday night
G'lionnell, member of
Dnugarven, In an address
charges made by For-tcr
and the Land ' League.
Irish In Eug-
tho organization of the
land and America
for the attainment of
IN THE COMMONS
London, March 20. In tlie Common
this afternoon Sir William Harcourt.
Home Secretary, ralplylng a t'"tion Irv
Capt. Cshen, said the police were careful
ly inquiring. Into the a-sault on Lady Flor
ence Dixie. This Inquiry was owing to the
Intention ot tho Purnelllte members to
press for an Investigation, because of the
suspicions east upon the Land League In
connection with thn case.
I RELAX l.
Dublin, March 2). Judge Lawton, re
plying to the address presented by the
Grand Jury of Belfast, said he attributed
the explosions In London and the attack oti
Lady I lorcnoe Dixie to the fltu.l efforts of
the scotched reptile, lawlessness,
A TRL'F. RILL.
11 k I. fast, March 20. The Cirand Jury
found a truo bill against Nugent and the
twelve other members of the Armagh As
sasslnatlon Society who were anTsWd In
Lonixn. March 20 Tho Times corres
pondent, Berlin, says Germany and Spain
are preparing to adopt hostile "tariff laws
because of the failures of treaty negotia
tions. INCREASED DUTIES.
Berlin, March 20. BUmarck will Intro
duce a motion in the Bundesrath propos
ing an increase of duties on Spanlsn goods
of 50 per cent.
St. Petekhbuho, March 20. The gov
erner of Moscow has received a letter warn
ing hltn that tbe Kremlin, where tho Czar
Is to be crowned, will be blown up during
the coronation ceremony, if the Czar re
fuses to grant a constitution.
A Ravisher Slain.
Salt Lale, Utah. March 20. A man
named Gibson, who keeps a station at Lit-
,1 lfattlaunnb nn thn 1,tulm nnd Iit to n.l
ltoad, bad a man working for hltn whose
name is i nanown, as ne nau neen in Vin
son's employ ouly three days. Gibson
went out looking after cattle, 'ami on his
return learned that the men ha I outraged
his 8-year-old daughter and fled. Gibson
pursued him and caught hltn on the stage,
made him get off and go ba-k thn road a
short distance, when be shot and killed
htm. The verdict is, served Mm right.
Providknck, It. I., March 20. The
Democratic State Convention this morning
nominated Wm. Sprague for Governor bv
a rising vote, soven voting against. A
committee was appointed to confer with the
Committee of the Independent or Sprague
convention, hold last week, relative to fill
ing the remainder of tickets. Committees
were also appointed on resolut ons to invite
Sprague to accept the Democratic nomina
tion for Governor.
Nominated tor Mayor.
rrvrivsiri M.rnh OO Tl.., T OI
phen was nominated Mayor In ths Demo
cratic cltv convention on the second
MARCH. 20, 18S3.
CATTLE Quiet and steady: export.
$fl 007; good to choice shipping $A IW
0 r0; common to fair ?ft 40fri.' n; butchers
$2 fior((4 (Hi; stockers and feeders $(Hb.
lit Mi.s iipmied active uml fie higher;
light ifTia'T 70; mixed packing 7 lUfi;7 05;
heavy packing and shipping ,j7 2or8 10.
8T. Lul ls.
CATTLE Export steers W 2.VS0 60;
light to heavy native steers W 2.Viitt ljjoom
moil to medium native steers iVn; fair to
good feeders $4 tb(dA 7.; common to good
stockers t4'"'i4 60; common to choice native
cows ami heifers 'i "!(ai 76; scalawags
2 7.Vria 2o.
Hogs Dull and unchanged. Light to
good Yorkers t7 40fa7 fiO; mixed to good
packing $7 80ra7 ."M; butchers to extra 7 60
(t s; skips and culls 7.
SHKF.P-Steady. Good to fancy $5 25(3
0;Ki; medium to fair 4 2.Vao; common
WIIEAT-Aprll IIKWj Mav $1105
Juno l 10.; July $1 WW; year
COKN-March 64V; April 65; May
60S ; June 60S' : JulvtlOS : August 01 S .
OATS-AprlUOb; May 43S; June42r
fS48; July 42.
WHF.AT-Apiil $1 10W 5 May $121H;
Juno! 22 V.
COKN-AprllOSW; Mav HOW; Juno 08 .
OAi'S-Aptil 61 V ; May 61 S ; June 61V.
WIIKAT-Cloacd at $1 USV March,
$1 10'-. A pi ll, 1 12W May, fl 12 r. Juno,
1 07 't Jtilv, l OtlW year.
COILS ... .'.(iVftfN March, '61W April, 64
Mav, : June, July.
OATS-40'. March, 42 April, 43 V
Bl'TTKU-Creamory at 2H(S.H for choice
snd fancy, to 82 for gllt-edgo In a small
wav; choice and fancy dairy at 270 2: me
dium and low nominal at lor2fi. Northern
I Colt unlet choice at Hlirftf); off grades at
KiWIH. Near-by make dull and dragging;
choice at HWiu, medium i:ir 14, and low
grade 10fif 12. Sale 10 tubs Creamery at
F.GGS Unietlod, but nominally firmer;
sales were at 18l.Yil4o.
and dull, but unchanged In prices. We
qtiole: Chickens Cocks $2 Wrtf'J 7ft; mix
ed i:m 25; hens $.'1 3.V&H 60; Turkevs
Hcns and small gobblers $HVai2; I urge 'gob
blers lUrriiO; Gosse : ffiW, according to
size; Ducks small to medium sized $Md
It 60; choice to fancy large ;I7(V(uM.
Dressed Turkeys quiet at Kurt 17c per
pound; Chickens, Gesse and Ducks nomi
Country markets rather , dull. Good
mixed American corn off coast declined d 5
mixed American corn to arrive declined 3d.
Spot wheat rather better feeling; No. 9
spring Us 6d i No. 4 spring 8s (kl; western
winter 9t 7d. Mlxed western com dull
and depressed at 6s 0d. Demand fron.
United Klntfdiim a A aaucU delnc u. 1&nA
That is what
They don't know just what
is the matter, but they have
a combination of pains and
aches, and each month they
The only sure remedy
yet found is Brown's Iron
Bitters, and this by rapid
and thorough assimilation "
with the blood purifies and
enriches it, and rich, strong
blood flowing to every part
of the system repairs the
wasted tissues, drives out
disease and gives health and
This is why Brown's
Iron Bitters will cure
kidney and liver diseases,
neuralgia, dyspepsia, mala
ria, intermittent fevers, &c.
to S. Paca St., Baltimore.
Nov. as, iH8r.
I was a great sufferer from
Dyspepsia, and for several
weeks could eat nothing and
was growing weaker every
day. I tried Brown's Iron
Bitters, and am happy to say
I now have a good appetite,
and am getting stronger.
Brown's Iron Bitters
is not a drink and does not
contain whiskey. It is the
only preparation of Iron
that causes no injurious ef
fects. Get the genuine.
Don't be imposed on with
Read and Circulate.
The Illinois Central It. It. Co.
Will sell any of Its remaining lnnils at one dol
lar per aero less tlmu tho present prices, from this
time until tli Um. day of October, lwS4. Alter
that date the present prl res will lie restored. All
who desire to purclia-e should avail themselves of
this llliersl offer as once. P. UAOOY,
Koi particulars itiquire of
M. KASTBRDATACU., .
A,'ts. for 1. C. U. It. Lands,
W A (3 ON-MAKE H.
8 hop nu llalllday Avenue, between rAnirth and
HUtlt Ktrccts, Cairo, Illinois.
trMI kinds rl Huht and heavy lilncksrolthlnir,
wtiiitin and carriage work done lu the mo.t woilt
inanllko manner. II irsti-slioeltig a specialty and
Manufacturer sod Dealer In
6th Strue,, between C'om'l Ave. and Levee.
CHOICE BOTUNO A SPECIALTY
AU KINDS OF AMUfOTlON.
Btfse Rivalled. AU Kinds ot Keys Made.
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