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of thi) leading b'.ieluic houses whoso ailvcrtioe
ucuii inay be round in The IIci.i.ktin .
CO. Paler Co., Commercial avenuu and Nine
Chas. K. Stewart, Kibth street.
Curl Peters 4 Dro.. F.l.hth street.
iVttls A Bird, Washinetou avcmi aud
Dr. J. 11. Uarcau; office, Mil Commercial avenue.
Dr. W. C. Jorelyn, Eighth near Commercial..
Dr. E W. Wbllloc.k, l:W Commercial aviuue
l'.ubt. Smyth, No. tiO Ohio levee
R. H. Cundce, No. TOOhio levee (up stairs).
Equitable Life, of New Vorlc, corner Twelfth and
Widow and Orphan Mutuul Aid Society, Seventh
tad Commercial avenue.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Llaejar Jc Laiudcn, No. 11:) Commercial avenue.
GEXKBlLt'OMilDiblOS MSUCI1AMS. .
liallldar Bros., proprietors Egyptian Mill,
tinkle, Thlstlewood & Moore. No. VH and li7
DRW'GGISTS-WUOI.KSALE AND RETAIL.
Bvrclay Bros , Ohio levee and corner Eighth and
t!ty National, Ohio levee.
.1. Waltrr. Eighth street.
Lovhler Bros.. Comer Eighth aid W-i'lTuifcton.
C?.amptn. Three Stan..
Jcliu Sproat, corner Twelfth and Levi-,-,
C F'jrd. Corner Ninth and Cowmen-la'.
f.(,.o Stclnhouse, Eighth street
R. R. TIME CARD ATCAIR0.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
Tiu;:.aiumft tbis ir.HRT
Kill IAS a.m. I Mall.... S.iua.ra
Espuss M p m. Express &:K' pm
CAIRO fc YlNl ENSES It. It
V.j.:. 10:0B p.m. ! Mail....
CAIRO A ST. L01IS R R
Erjir'-M 5:10 p.m. I Eipres.
Accora'datioii 11. -ii i.v. I Accoui'datioE
S: IT- a. m
I UICA'.O. ST. I.OL'IS AND X EW ORLEANS R.R
Mail.,.. rcjip.m. ! Mail.... .5 -.00 a.m.
(.'. A. Jt T. K.MLROAD'
Tcw -ilprr ?:t"a tn. ' Tela spr- -' l.'.p m.
Accuuiraodal'u. S:3) a.m. I
1 ' KNKRAL DEI.IVEH open . :M a.m.; closes
VJ p.m.; Sunday: s to 'J a. m.
Money Order Department upeu at 8 a. in. ; closes
t ") p. in.
Thru'i-.'h Express MaHs via Illinois Central and
Mississippi Ceutra! Kallmart close at 12:!W p. ni.
Cairo and Fjphr Blua Through and Way Mail
tlocea at p. m.
Wav Mail S'tL illlnoi Centra!. Cairo and Vln
ttnue and Mi-e.nfippi Central Railroad clom: at
Way ka.l U: Narrow I;;'rnad tlon'i at 8
'cairoar.d Evb.-11 Itiv. r Route cl.wa at
r. I'.iiiy (except Kridav).
Mav.ir -N. B. Thii'tlewood
Treur"r Edward Dexouia.
Cleiit Dt DtiK. J. Folev.
Couaidor Wm. B. liilbert.
Firt Ward-Wm.OCaUahan. M.J owiev:
Second Ward-David T. Linear. C. R. or,d-
Thir. Ward-W. r. Wil?ht. Echert Smith.
Koir'h Ward-Charlea O. Ratier, Janief hynapton
Fifb Ward-T. W. Hailiday, Erucot H Pe:!i!.
fir-, "t .lHdi'-0. A. Harknr.
Cif. :t flerW-J A. Kr.
Caun v Jurl?f-R. s- ucuin.
Conciv Clerk S.J. Ilumm.
County Attorn') W. (.'. Muitey.
Couuiv TwaminT-A. J. Aldea.
hhir'A' Jnhu llodk'es'.
Coroc r-R. Kitx-'er:ii..
County Commifioiicri I . lla.i.uav. .m. v
Brown. Stuuel Brtlej".
4 FRD'AN M. E. Fourteenth "tree!. l'teen
i Wa'.nut and I'ertar Mreetm fervicc Sabtiath 11
a. iu. iindT::' p. nt.; suti'liiy Kcliool 1: p. tn.
CHRISTIAN -El-liU enth street ; meeting S.ib
b.ti M::io p. m.; preachiii',' oeea'ionally.
tn' H' H OF THE REDEEMER-tEpl-ejipall
J hourt-tulh Ht.-eet; Morulutf .rayera (tti!mttii
lu::u a. m.: evening prajw, 7:M p ru.; sabbath
tchuul l a. in.
UIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST ClU Rcn.
I l'reachini at H:: a. m.. :) p. and . : J. m
babbath achool at '.MO . m. Kev. 1. .1. snores,
Il'TllKRAN-Tlirt.'cntli street : aervice Sad
j buth a. iu.; suuday nhoo! i p. m. Rev.
METRODIST-Cnr. Eighth and Walnut tre.t;
rnaehlna Subbnth ln:' m. nil "p. in.:
t,rycr meetlti. Wedneluy 7:M in.; suudny
tScboid, a. m. Rer. W hlttaker, pastor.
IJRESHYTERIAN Kiiihth Mreet: preaching n
Satibath M 11:IM a. m. and T::fp. in.: priiyi-r
nie.!tlnu Wedneadiiv n 7;:Wp. m.; Sunday Schi)(il
y.t i p. w. Rev. B. Y. Oeor-e, pastor.
CECONI) FREE-WILL BAI'TIsT - Sifteel.th
D street. lieteeii Walnut nud Cedar atreetaj er
ices Sabbath at 3 and 7::!l) p. in.
ST. JOSEPH'S (Romiin Catliolle) Comer Crnaa
mid Wulnut atreeta: eervicca SVibalh 10;:Wa.
tn.; Sunday School at -l . in. ; Veapera i p. m.; ner
rices every day at b p. ui.
ST. l'ATHICK'S-iHoman Catholic) Comer Ninth
atret and Waahinistoii iiveinie: aenleea Sab
Mth o and 10 a. m. ; Veapcr p. m. ; Sunrtny school
t p. tu. ; aerviccs every day at s p. in. Rev. i . Zaoel,
tihtalued for new inventions, or for Improvements
ta old cities; for medical or other compounds, trade
marks and labels. Cavuaw, Assignments, IutT
r 'rences. Appeals, Hulls for Inlrlmjeincuts. und
all cases nrlsluit under tho Paleut Laws, prompt-
le alteuded to. Inventions that bavti beeu
till I WOT K1 i "' "u Pntunt Olllco may still,
K r,.l VA I 1 I jW In nuvst eases, lie ontetileil bv
us Belnc opposite thu lT. 8. Patent Department,
and ouiciwd lu Putent business exclusively, we can
hu,ivuk n ...i... ,l ynnnrii I'lilnllts lllnm
III :1 Km Closer Biiiivii' r, . -
vromptly. and with broader claims, than those who
ir rcmo'te from WnshliiKton.
t T IT W TrPI1 C nend us a model or sketch of
11 VHiiN IvllO your device; wo niuke ox
amlnatioiiaandadvlsoaa to patentability. Irvo ol
charge. All correspondence: strictly contldelillKl.
L"' . I iu..... ,..,tMa I'lllullt Ifl-MHCimill.
Prices low, aim nu ennm" m ,
refer In WashluKtou. to Uon-.t'ostniaKior
!earal D. M. Key. Ifcyr. K M "f""'"
AUjerican nauuuui biiiiiv, i
Pateut Ofllcn, and to Senators and Representatives
In Cfinrress; hiiu espociaiiy toour tin"".- 'v.j
stato in thf union ami in canaitn. Aimrois
O. A. SNOW Sc CO.,
Opposite PaU'utOMeo, WmUIbjiob V. C.
""""-"" t KA1LUUA.U3. MmiPii I . i
III li'l Till I k -x-i 1 I --MM
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. II.
k) PASSKNYiKlf TRAINS LEAVE AND
- i AorruurjJi arriyedaily.
ST. LOUIS VIA. CAIRO SHORT LINE,
without chanjjliii! car. Thu direct route to ,
And all EASTERN POINTS,
And all NORTHERN POLVTS.
Tralna leave aud arrive at Cairo aa follow :
Expri-aa. dally exrept Sunday 2:00 p.m.
-I :tjr a.m.
Exnr-aa, dally ,
Mall, daily except Sunday ....
(icucral Sou A(jt
JOHN H. JONES,
(JAIRO it ST. LOUIS R. R.
It. AY. SMITIIKUS, Ileteiver.
SIIOKTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Eipreaa leavta Cairo 8:ra.m.
Through Kxpreaa arrlvea at K. St. Louii.. r:(0p.m.
Through Kxpreaa leavea E. SI. Louis.... :0tta.m.
Through Expreaa arrive at Cairo S:i(i p.m.
MnrihyaboroarcommodatlDrjeaTraCairo 1 :00 p.m.
Mu phyaboro Arc. arrlrea'at Murpbyaboro t p.m.
Murphyaboro Acc. leaves Murphyaboro. . . R.OOa.m.
Murphyaboro Acc. arrives at Cairo 11 :i1a.m.
Tb Cairo ft St Louis Rail Road is the only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Loula tinder one
management, therefore there are no delavs at
way nations awaitiBg connections from other'linea.
Cloa and sare connections at St. Louis with other
Hue fur North, Eaal and Weal.
J. A. N A COLE. L. M. JOHNSON.
A.eut. Ueneral Marjajer.
CAIRO it VINCENNES R.R.
til -MILES6 KvunVviU;:
.rrr frra nnonTTfT Tf tOrTS
IT ?Ll liljii Yll.LE. CINCINNATI, BAL
TIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
'il AT I T VWTI1E SHORTEST TO INDIAN
11 Ml lirjO AI'OI.IS.I'HII.ADELPHIA.NEW
YORK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over tragus of a'.! other rnutc nukit the-aame
Paaciier? by other routes to make connec
tions must ride all' ni'ht.- waiting froui one to aix
honra at amall country stations for traina of con
PVM PAfTiTTIiTHE FACT and take our .Vuj
iiiJlCi-Ul)ijXl, a. m. train, reaeh'.uii Evans
Tille, Indianapolis. Ciuchibati and I.ouiavi.le same
dav. Trains leave ami arrive si Cairo as follows:
Mall leaves .Vixia.m.
Mail arrives lOMp.m.
Through tiilrt and v becks to all important
F. A. MILLER KosWELL MILLER,
(ten'l Pas. Agent. (iem-ral Sup'
L. B. CUCRt li. Passenger Ajent.
J ALL IDA Y BROTHERS,
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring 31 ills
Hiarliest Cash Trice Paid for Wheat.
A WEEK in your own town, and no
capital risked. Yon tun ive flie
business a trial without expense.
i . l , ....1
r i i i idc ueai oiuui t ipiny i:,i-r ii-n-ri-u ut
fjl J v v those wllllu to work. You should
ti lev notliiiiir else (ill volt see fur your
self what jnn call do at the buslucss we ofter. No
inotn to explain here, toucan devote all your
time or otilv vour spare time to the business, and
make ureal pay lor every hour thai you work
women make as lunch us men. Send for special
private terms and particulars, which, wo mall tree,
outfit free. Dou't complain of hard times while
von have such a chance. Address H. II AI.LETT
CO.. Portland, Maine.
PROPRIETOR OK SPROATS PATENT
Whole.salo Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
TACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Ioadfl a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street aud Levee,
. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
i " r r .
I I I 11 I I
18 YOL'R BLOOD rURE?
Now this I an Important questloa. for without
pore and wholesome blood there can be no per
fect hoalth, and without
Ifc Is a mere harden and waste.
blood the best medicine known Is
Scovill's Blood Purifier.
It Is the trreat Southern time tried and true rem-
dy, and may be Implicitly relied on,
WHEN EVERYTHING ELSE FAILS. '
Take It in the Sprint' time, esneclallv for im
pure secretions of tho blood incident to that
Lieaaonof the year; aud take it
AT ALL TIMES
For Cancer Scrofula. Liver Complaints, Weak
ness. Boils, Tumors, Swelling, and the thou-
iaua mi mai comeirom impure blood.
rOIIN F. HENRY, CTKRAN fc CO. !
8 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
3) BARCLAY BROS., Wholesale Agent.
(A Medicine, not a Drink.)
HOPS. RUCHV, MANDRAKE, DAN
DELION. And the Purest and Best Medical Qualities o'
all other Bitters.
All diseases of the Stoma -.h. Bowels. Blood
Ltver, Kidneys, and L'rlharv Organs, Nervous
lies, sleeplessness and especially Female Com
1000 IN GOLD
Will be paid for a case tbey will not cum or help,
or for anything Impure or injurious found In
Ask your Drujtijlst for Hop Bitters and try
them before vou sleep. Tako no other.
Hop Col on C'citK is the sweetest, sifest ond best
The Hot- Pad for Stomach, Liver and Kidncvs
i superior to all others. Akbrugsiis. '
D. I. e. is an absolute and irreslstablo cure
for drunkenness, use of opium, tobacco and
narcotics. Send for circular.
All above so'd by dnijirlsls
Hop Bitter Manufacturing Co-
Rochester. N. Y,
HEALTH I ADS.
liver & Stomach Pads,
THE OREAT SPECIFIC!
THE BEST REMEDY
IN TnE WORLD!
Ha proved itself by a Three Y'cars, Campaign of
Liver. Stomach and Bowels,
Producing a larol-r portion of uouderful and
Than any other Remedy before the public.
PREVENTATIVE OK ALL EPIDEMICS
Yellow fever. Bllllous und Typhoid Fevers.
ALL MALARIAL AND MIASMATIC POISONS
Neutralized. Eliminated aud expelled ttuoiign
the na:urul excretions by
Health Restoring Liver & Stomach Tads
An antidote that has proven Its repellant force
to expel Atmospheric Oerms of Disease
that infest the air.
An Antidote and preventative and cure for Chil
dren, Summer C omplaints, Cholera Infantum, Scar-
i-t r ever. .Measles. v nuoiiine 1 ouirn, etc.
A preventative that ishlKhly appreciated by quite
a number of mothers who have tried them.
r-r'orhes' Puds are made from HEN L'lN E M ED-
ICAL EXTRACTS, possesslnc tbe best absorbent
urooerties known to science. Imvlnir a direct appli
cation to the removal ol Morbid Organic conditions
and restorilic to health, natural energy and normal
activity the vital functions w hich are weakened and
debilitated by disease, thus proving themselves to
po.sessa I'OWKRKl'L REMEDY for all diseases
of the Liver. Stomach and Bowels, as. thousands
can testify from oraotlcii experience.
. ti. a we prn u 01 me rati nua neen reuueeu,
It makes It tne rtieapesi ana most convenient, mini
cation you can uii for any of the above diseases,
ONLY ONE DOLLAR!
ONLY ONE DOLLAR!
If after a fair trial von aro dlseatlsfled. send hack
your Pad to me proprietor, aud tne
MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED.
ttrYFor all advice ikiikk) send symptom's aud cn
qutries, (niso tor iitiiic ruusi 10
fill. if. v . runnr.?,
174 W. 4th St.. Cluclunutl.
BART & IIICKCOX.
WW. Fourth St.. CINCINNATI
S"Sci'ftfrtlrlcatei In lame circulars at drii(;Htorc
For Sale by (J FA). K. O'HARA, Dniff
ttist, Cairo, Ills.
WnOLKSALF. WINKS AND LIQUORS
Wholesale nnd ReUll Dealers In
Foreign aud Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. GO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTTt A CO. have constantly a Urn
atoclc of the bent uoods in the markst und jilve
esfeelal attentlou to the wholeiale brsuch at the
ymm November sj,
Say a Boston physician, "has no equal as a blood
purlllcr. Uearlnir nf Its mutiv ivmiiti'rfiil cur... r.
ter all other remedies had failed. I visited the lob- V
riory, ana convinced mysuir or its Ronulno merit.
i i P"'Par!d from harks, roots aud herbs, each of
wulcbl hlfhly effective, and they are compounded
tn such a uiauucr a to produce astonishing results.
Ii the groat blood purifier.
Will cure the worst case of Scrofula.
Is iccotnmended by physicians aud apothecaries.
IU effected some marvelous cures in cases of
Cum lie worst caaas oX Canker, ,
Meets wl!a wonderful ucc In Mercurial tliseasea
Will eradicate Salt Rheum from the aytcm.
Removes Pimples and Humor from the face.
Cure Constipation and reflates the bowali.
Is a valuable remedy for Headache.
Will cum Dyspepsia.
Restores Ihc entire system to a healthy condition.
Removes the cause of Dizziness,
Relieve Falntnesa at the stomach.
Cures Pains in the Back.
Effectually cure Kidney Complaint.
Is effective lu its cure of Female Weaknesses.
Is the peat rezneny for General Debility.
... J. - - - . . - . .
crri3Tc.t jimiatm x i -
II. R. STEVENS. BOSTON, MASS.
Vcjctiiie is Sold Bv all Di'iifftjists,
PHYSICIANS. CLERGYMEN ANIi THE
AFFLICTED EVERY W HER K.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
Dn Terr has succeed
d in enmbiuine in these
CURE SICK I1EADACI1
pills the heretofore on
tauonlstlc ijuallti. s of a
inrt a I'uiiiyini; ionic.
Their first apparent ef-
,1'ect is to Increase the op
lietlto by causing the
food to properly usslinl.
late. Thus the system Is
nourished, nud by their
lonlo nctiou on the diges
tive organs, regular and
lliealthy evacuations are
CL RE PILES
Tho raoidilv with
which the persons, tako
on llesh while under the
Cl'RE FEVER nnd Aui
Influence ol tliesu pills,
indicates their adantu-
billtv to nourish the luxl-
Cl'RE RILKU'S CuLIO
, hence their erlleacy In
urinil nervous debility,
wastlmr of the muscles
klit!UlshnesB of the liver.
mpartiu'' beiilth and
'Istti'nKth to the system.
Ct'RE TORPID LIVER
sold evert wnero.
M Murray Street,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
ix tiiic crrv
GObDS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth street ud j,
Commercial Ave., f
O. O. PATIEK & CO.
I V Md JL JLW. 1 JUJ
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
LIVERPOOL OKA IX,
Liverpool, November 21, 2 p. m.
Wlieat strong Winter, 10s 0d
lis 4a ; Spring, 10s 10a lid;
California average, 10s 7dtls Oil;
California club, lis Cdlls lOd; Corn
old r,s 9d.
NEW YORK GRAIN.
New York, Novemljcr 24, 12:10 r. m.
Wheat quiet -No. 2 Chicago, ft 8T)1 '60
No. 2, Milwaukee, 1 S9l 40; Red
Winter, 1 40 1 48; No. 2 Red Winter,
147149; No. 2 Amber, 1 47-
H 47,; Corn quiet No. 2, CI.
CaiCAoo, NovemW, 84. 10:00 a. m.
WJicat December, ti . Januarr.
-. , ( -4a' y i
Corn May, 43;; December, C'Jig.
Pork-January, $11 82Ja' : December,
Oats December, 32' ; Jlay, 30,.
CaiCAoo, November, 24, 13 sr. Wheat,
December, $1 19J; January, $1 20.
Corn May, 43" ; November, 40).:
December, 38' '
Oats -December, 32?3' ; May, 304' ; No
vember, S2 .
Pork-January, fll 22; December,
f!0 03; November, flO 00.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
TnE WAV OK THIS TRANSGRESSOR.
Pott9ville, Pa., Nov. 24. Jacob ond
Albert Huntziuger, whose gentence of two
years for embezzling, funds of the Miners'
Trust company, which failed in 1870 with
liabilities df $1,230,000, expired Saturday,
and who were re-arrested immediately, were
brought her this morning and put under
$100,000 bail on indictments for perjury
INVESTIGATING THE DEATH OF AX ILLINOIS
EittE, Pa., November 24. To-day the re
mains of Mrs. Oxer, buried a month ago,
were exhumed by the authorities and an in
quest held to determine, the cause of death.
ftum!m -- ....
t:m t,or rniuVvnnfl n MftCOD,
111. Evidence was found sufficient to ask
the Illinois authorities to investigate
t CURIES CASE.
Marshall; Texas, Nov. 24. The crim
inal docket in the district court was taken
up this morning. The district' attorney
having ascertained that N. A. Harvey, one
of the principal witnesses for the state, in
the prosecution of Cturio for the assassina
tion of the actor, Porter, had left, moved
that his recognizance be declared forfeited,
which was done. It is impossible to say
what effect this." circumstance will have in
the trial. Barrymore and Miss Cummins
have as yet likewise failed to put in an ap
pearance. AWFUL DOl'BLE MURDER.
Virginia, Kane Co., 111., Nov. 24. One
ot the most unprovoked and cold-blooded
murders ever chronicled was committed on
Saturday at n farm some ten miles north of
this place. The victims, two German
brothers named Eichenand, were husking
corn when John N. and Robert Taylor, also
brothers, came along on horseback, dis
mounted, and saying they were now going
to settle a fetid which had existed between
tho families, immediately begun stabbing
one brother, who fell with, a knife-thrust
through the lung. They then turned upon
the other Eieheniind, who, being unarmed,
attempted to escape. They caught him,
and, plunging a knite into his neck, sev
ered (he jugular vein. One brother died
soon after, and the other was living last
night. Tho murderers escaped and officers
are in pursuit.
HEN.. I01IS Mc'DOSAI.D.
Nokohis, 111., Nov. 24. -Gen. .lohn Mc
Donald, of whisky-ring fame, and his bride,
formally Mrs. LaMothe, are here, and will
probably pass the winter. They aro living
very quietly with Mrs. McDonald's mother,
who occupies a house which the General
purchased tor her some time ago.
The story ot McDonald's call upon Grant
at Chicago is told somewhat in detail. ' It
seems that McDouald entered tho room
where Grant was and advauced impetuously,
holding out his hand. Grant did not tako
the hand, but stood regarding McDonald
with a very stolid look. McDonald a little
rebuffed, exclaimed: "I am Johnnie Mc
Donald. Don't you know me." Grant
continued to look frcezingly upon tho vis
itor, and said slowly. "No slit. 1 don't know
you, and dou't want to know you."
McDonald is said to be getting up a lec
ture partly historical, and partly political
Springfield, IU., Nov. 24 The railroad
nud warehouse cojumlssloa hold tUclr reg-
SERIES NO. 132t
ular monthly meeting to-morrow,,
purpose- of hearing complaint agait .
road companies. So far the prcscut
have been very successful In arbitral '
between complainants and the railroad
and have settled every dispute without re
sort to the courts. In Ford county, how
ever, there is a suit for damages against the
Illinois Central railroad, by two men 'who
claim that they were ejected from a traiu
after the tender of the legal rate of fare as
prescribed by the board.
The owners of coal miucs in tho Sprint-
neia district have acceded to the demand
of their miners and agree to pay 8J ccnta
per bushel for mining. There will be no
The secretary of state, to-day Issued a
license authorizing the organization of the
Metrop-Hs and Vienna TidirapH company.
wuu a proposed capital stock of $1,300
Ttrc object ir to construct and operate a lb
or telegraph between Metropolis, BLuhjic
county, and Vienna, Johnson county.
There is still considerable excitement in
the city in conscqueuco of scarlet fever, aa l
the action ot the board of education, in re
fusing to close the public schools after hav
ing been recommended so to do by tho
board of health, provokes unfavorable criti
cism. The board of health claim to have
the power to compel obedience to their de
mand, and threaten to exercise that power.
Tho disease prevails quite extensively, and
during the first twenty-two days of Novem
ber there were twelve deaths from it.
DESPERADOES IN JAIL AT KANSAS CITY.
Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 24. Allen
Palmer, brother-in-law of the James boys,
was brought to this city yesterday, accom
panied by Deputy-Marshal Keshlear of this
city aud Sheriff Evcrheart, of Grayson coun
ty, Texas. Palmer is accused of havimr
participated in the Glendale robbery on the'
8th of October. The arrest was made bv
ShcriffEverheart ami two deputies. N:
resistance was made bv Palmer. He was
found at his place, about 123 miles front
Sherman. The arrest was made on a requi
sition from the governor f Missouri. Ths
grand-jury of the county assembled iu this
city to-day. Palmer's case will be called
up iu a day or two.
Joseph Byers, a murderer, was brought
to this city last night from Lawrence, by
II. Freese, superintendent of the Uuio:i
uuvu, nu., u.iiHcu ii aniTs, ii'preaeuieii hi
have been a sober, quiet aud industrious
man. Byers was an Idle fellow and the towu
bully besides. One Sunday evening as Wul-
t .'rs was on his way to church in the suburb
of Virdcu, Byers approached him from .
place of concealment by the roadside, liv
ers accosted him iu a menacing mancer.
Walters said : "Go yoilT way, sir ; I don't
want to have anything to do with you.'' liv
ers theu sprang on Walters and inflicted it
stab which penetrated through the sktttl
into the brain. The wound was a fatal out;,
Byers then started out of town on toot. 1 le
found a freight train, boarded it aud escap
ed from Illinois.
uetecnve r reese uuuernxiK to won; iis
the arrest of the murderer. Free
followed Byers iuto Arkansas, Texw,
Colorado and Kansas. Atouo time the de
tective was within five minutes of meeting
Ragsdale Gates, a notorious criminal, of
Johnstown, Coahoma county, Mississippi,
was also brought j this city last night by
Deputy Sheriff Wise, of Do.nver. About li
months ago Regsdale killed a man named
Day in Johnson. Last December he
comitted another murder. This time it
was a woman who lost her life. Gates,
in passing the house of Mrs. McKcuxic, a
lady living at Johnstown, fired in through
the window nud killed her. This Is said
to have been a most wanton act. Gate
does not deny firing the hot, but says
he did not know that any one was iu the
house at the time. He escaped to Color
ado and Nebraska. In a quarrel he tried
to shoot another man. A sheriff from
Mississippi awaits him here.
A Gentlk Rk.mkdv. The action of
Kidney-Wort on tho torpid liver, unhealthy
skin, weak bladder and enfeebled stomach
is gentle and constitutional. It cures actrtit
lumbago and piles, aud soothes the dis
tresses of indigestion. Cases of twelve)
years' standing have been perfectly enred.
x our druggist keeps it.
An experienced dairyman, writing ti
the Rural New Yorker, says: "If butter
makers would use Perfected Butter Color
made by AVells, Richardson & Co., of Bur
lington, Vt they would have no un
saleable butter. It gives a natural color,
and good flavor, without extra work in
I had n severe attack of chills and fever.
I tried Quinine, Arsenic, and every remedy
that I could hear of. Giles Pills nnd Lini
ment made a complete cure of mo. Mr. Bcck
with, dentist, '!i East Forty-first Blrcet.
Giles' pills cures piles. Sold by Barclay &
Wanted. Sherman & Co., Marshall,
Mich., waut an agent la this county at
once, at a salary of $100 per month and
expenses paid. For full parjcular ad