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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORXIXG, JANUARY U, 1830.
NEW SERIES-NO. 171.
, MEDICAL. tr.or.iiaB
of th. leading bumncM house whoe advertlao
meuti may lie found In Tut Um.i.ktin .
C. (. Pallor 4 Co., Commercial avenue and Nine
I'Um. R. btcwart, Eighth ftreet
I'ettNifc Dial, Waililui;tou avcunc and Eighth
I)r .1. II. Marian; ofllre, Uncommercial avenuo.
In. W.r .tiwi'lvn. Eighth near Commercial.
lr S. V. Wbitiuik, I W Commercial avcuue.
I!(jM Smyth. No.tW Ohio levee.
H 1!. Cuiid"i'. No. TtiObln leveeOip lalro.
Equitable l.ifi!. of New York, corner Twelfth and
Viuw Hint Orphan Mutual Aid Society, Seventh
nud C'oiuiU'-r-ial avenue.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
I. iiu tirJc Laudeu. Xo. 113 CoimiiiTt ll avenne.
II. tllldav Kro.. proprietor Egyptian Mill
Il.;i.;:e. TliiMlewood & Moore. Xo. li'i aud 107
C uiiiiu'Ti-iiii venue.
iii:vi;;iTs-viiui.F.sAi.E and retail.
Iljnlif Km .Oh! i levee and corner Eighth and
V mhiuutnn avfiiiw.
Alexander Cmiiitv liaiiW. Stb and Commercial
Clt National, tlilo lcvef.
ME AM 110 MS
Ctunplon. Three State.
Inliu Sprout, corner Twelfth and I.i ut,
IJI5AC KET STOKE.
E (' Kurd. Corner Ninth and Commercial.
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
TKMN AKIUVr. TiUlXi PEPallT
l 4:10 j m. I Mail.... S.OSa.m.
Ktpre- i.O'i p in. I Exprc 5 p.m.
n,..i,"i'.u Ac orutuodatiou 3.'j "i
AIHOA YlSCKXXESIt. R
M 10:05 p.m. ! Mail f.-.'Oa.iu.
CAIIfO Jt ST LOITS It. I!.
KT;.r-- 1:1(1 p.m. I Kxprea :45. m
Acioin dv.ion U:St p -in. I Accnm'daliuc . l:"p. in
CilkMiO. ST. Lulls AND NEW ORLEANS R.R
M'l 5:Jptu. Mail.... 5:i.Oa.tn.
IV A. A T. RAILROAD'
Tx i 'Vpr ,5:W m. Tftw eipre 2:15p.m.
Accotsmodat ii i
lfllll T i L t ri'CLV rti An . ! ft - fUkMiH
J jp.m.; Sunday: t(. a. in.
M"iey Order Departm" nt op'-n at 8 a.m.; cloei
it r. p. tn
Tbrmul: Exprea Ma! via IlllnoU Central aud
Miiiippl Ceu'.rai Ratlronda elom! at 12 W p. m.
Ca n) and Poplar biui Through and Way Mall
t'.ne at li:i p. ui . .
Way Mill vii I lit nolo Centra!. Cairo and Mn
teniiin and Miro.MippI Oi.tral Ilallroada :lo?e at
Way Ma.l r Narrow Gns Railroad clocea at 8
a. rr. .
(a.ro:;d Evanvillo Riv, r Ruate close at 0:30
p. ui. dr.y (ejie;,t Friday).
Mavor-V II Thitleood.
Treasurer Edwarti Deionia.
Clerk lk-lini". J. Koley.
Cuiiuc'ltir Wm. B. (iillier:.
Mimhal I.C. Lallue.
Attorney William Hendricks
HOAIU) or AU)F.UHKS.
Firt Ward -M. .1. Rowley
heeond Ward -David T. Llnepar. C. R. Wood-
"uri Ward-W. V. Wriu'bt. E.liert Smith,
ro.irth Ward-Cliarli" O. l'atler. Jame KyntoL
I';cii Ward -T. W. Ilalliday, EnieM U. Pettit.
Circu!l J::dsc-0 A. Hurle r.
Circuit Clerk-.l. A. Rrve.
t uUU'e Jude R. S. oi iim.
Couni'v Cl. rk-S. J U imm.
Couutv Attonwy-W. C. Melkey.
Coinii v Treasurer A. . I AUli u.
I 'urun.T-K. Kitzier.:. ,.
fotintv eoinmlfioneri'-T. W . lla'.mlny, M.
Crown. Samuel Brlley
AKRP'VX M. E.-Fourteenth ureet. between
Waluui and Cedar treet.': ervice Salil'Mh II
. i:i. and 7: i" p. m. ; suuday Mhool 1 :: p. xu.
CHRISTIAN-Ki.'liteeiith clreet; meet I us Sal)
J bath 10: W p. iu.; preiu-bluz oti-a.-lotally.
CnUK',.'I OF THE REDEKMEK (Eplcopl)
J Fourteenth ctivt: SmikIb.. Moruinu' prsyer
! )::) a. in : eveuinL' prayer. T p- ni.; Mn.il-iy
(Cliool ii ::iit a. nx. Friday evening prayer T::' p. m.
THIRST MISSIONARY HAI'TIsT Clintcn.
V Pr- eehlni; at 10:'W a. m., S p. in., au I T::H p. rn.
Sahhatb bool at 1 :W p. in. Rev. V. J. Miore.
IUTHERAN-Thlrteentli afreet: aerriee SaV
J h'ltli 1 :W a. in. ; Sunday liuulJi. m. Rev.
1f ETHODIST-Cor. Eighth and M'a'nnt atreet ;
ill I'reai litnu satinatn iu:.ai m. aim . p. hi.;
prayer meeting. Wedneniiay T:l p. in.; Sunuay
hebool, t n. in. Rev. Wbltiaker. pnetor.
IJRESBYTF.KIANr-ElL'blh treet; preibln-i on
Sahliulb at llMUl . iu. nnd T::lop. in.; prayer
nieellnn Wedueadttv t T::Wp. m.; Sunday School
at 3 p. m. Rev. U. V. Oeorne. pator.
CECOXD FREE-WILL RAI'TIST - Flfteet th
tO ftreet. between Walnut nnd Cedar Hreet. er
vice Salihnth at 3 and 7:M p. in.
ST. .IosEI'It'S-(Rotnn Cathollri Comer Cm-
anil Walnut street : n rviee StMiath WSU,
ni.; Sunday School at S p. m.; Vepers 3 p. iu.; fer
Tici'n every'dny nt 8 p. in.
ST. I'ATRICrTS-fRomar. Catholic) Corner Ninth
treet and Wahln;:tou avenue : erice sab
bath 8 aud ID ft. m.! Yu'Per 3 p. m.; Sunday scnool
S p. m. ; ervlce every day at b p. m. Rev. F. abel,
Obtained for new Invention, or for Improvement
nu old ane; for medical or other compound, trade
mark uud label. Invent. A!uumeut. Inter
feretice, Appeal, Hull for Infringement, nud
nil cae nrlHini! under the Patent Law, prompt
ly atUtnded to. Invention that have been
t)V 1 IM,Tlt,lln',lu' Patent Otlke miiytlU,
jtri'Jl ja Ii 1 lii moat rae. he patented by
11. Ileitis oppollo the I'. S. Patent Department,
nnd endued In Patent bnalne exi'litlvely, we can
niaku eloer aearehe. nnd aerure Patent more
promptly, and with broader cUlm, lliau thuiHi wbo
nre remote from WiiBlilnizlon.
i vi'ijt Kl'Vi HU "and ti" a mode! nr aketch of
JIM V lUMU 1 your device; we make ex
nmlnatlon and dvle as to pitteiitnblllly, free ol
rharitn. All correapondeiice atrletly ronllilentliil.
J'rieea low, nud no charife unle Patent I ferurud.
We refer In Wnolilnironi, to lljti Potiiiiiier
(lenornl I). M. Key, Hpv. K. D.Power. The Werinan
American National Bank, to olllelnl in tlm V . H.
l'atent OillcK, nud to Senator and Kepreaeutatlvea
I n CVMinre: and eapeelally to our cllenla In very
Htaw In the Union and In Canada. Addre
O. A. SNOW & CO.,
Opposite ratnt PClce. Washington D, c.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
PAFVCiKR TRAINS LEAVE AND
- I AOOrVJ&U AHH l DAILY.
ST. LOUIS VIA. CAIRO SHOUT LINE,
without cha:n wra. The iiifc'.ra::l to
Ami all EASTERN POINTS,
And all NORTHERN POINTS.
Tr.i!u Ivive and Jr.-iv at Cairo a fallow.
Exfiren. daily i-f '. :l lny sir p ni
Maii.d.ii.y 1 pi 4 U1
Etpre. dally 5:o" p.m.
Mail, ilall;. e.i ' sua;:!) . :t:) ni.
JAMES .fOJINsKV .'o:in H ,tON."S
tieneru. ju P.iti"':, ;-r ;t.
CAIRO ct ST. LOUIS R. R.
SIIOUTEST SHORT LINE B2TV,"EEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Throuirh Eipf i-a Cairo l.'a ru.
Tiroui-h Expre. arrive ar Em Loui I iJp ui.
Through Expr leave E s1 Louis.... O-ia) a.m.
Through Eipre arrive at Cairo ri:liip in.
Murpbynboroaccominodaltor.'. av Cairo 1 :0(J p.m.
Mu'phyfhoro Accarnven at Murpbyaboro 7"ilp m.
Murpbyt)oro Acc leave MerhyUoro .. Sia tn
Murpbyaboro Ac. arrive a' Ca:ro 11 :i a ai.
The Cain A st L ':i Rail F.iad l the only all
Rail Route between Cairo sr.d St. Lou; nuderone
DianaiTtment, therefore tbere are no delay at
way nation aait!ai coaa'-'.ioia from o'.hr line
Cloe and ure connection at si Louie with other
line for North. Ent a:.l 'V,-t
J. A XAlT.t.E.
OHIO i MISSISSIPPI n.'vILWAY.
time tad; ;, o paev;s:i tfa.k fi.'m
vi xi I'.nnk i Ncr. i'0, l?7.)
No. S Hay E:;.r- Ei. ert iclayl p. in
' D Epr- , Except Si:ud t ; . 1 .". p. id
" 4 Nir-Ut Expr-.-? i!)a::y. 1;-J. a.
u ? .v: ll
No fi Expr lEtccp' -'.ndy) .. n o" a. ni
1 Div Enr-" iki' ; : s'-ju '-i ; . in.
" :i XUbt Ex?""- i.'a:.) iu.
J R. Cuts, C. s Cons. : .i ,
Agent Vinceac- o--i T-rk -t A t C.r.ci;;i;v.i
PROPRIETOR OF SPR0ATS PATENT
Wholes-ale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Spoeialtv.
o f f i c
Cor. Twelfth Street aiil Levee.
FLOUR. 0KAI' AND HAY
Hijrliest Cash Price Pali for Vr'li?at.
w AA TO Hv; YEAR, or '. to,
WJ I r I 11 l'ad-iyiuvorownlocaUtv
T I L II X"i-k Worn do m well
f 1 1 I r kwa. Mauv tnaUo more
ff v than tlie auumut atated
ubove. No one can fail to
make monev fnt. Any one c.iu do the work. You
can make from Mic to i an hour by devoting your
evening andpare time to the luillt.f. It cot
iiothltii! to trv the bulne. Notl.lnn like It for
monev makliia everofl'ered before Ibiaiuuaa pl-aa-
art and trlctly nonoranie. Kevier. ir yon wan to
know all about tho bet paylus bujlnej before tlu
Mibllr. end vournddrea and we wlllaei'd you
full partlculnra and private ternia fie;aamplea
worth 15 also free; you can then miki) up y.vir
mind (oryouraelf. Ailrn.a CiKOKUB STINSoK
co, I'ortlaud, Maiu.
Nov. ihl I an important qiiei-tlut., for withe. :t
iire iLd wboleaoimi blood tlicre c in I t' uo per
ect built.!:, and without
!(e li-a inert' burden and vate. F, r luipur:
blood th') beet niedic'ne knuwu U
Scovill's Blood Piuilicr.
ft ia the great Southern time tried uud true ret:-
dy, aud may be Implicitly rolled on,
WHEN EVERYTUIXdEI.SC FAILS.
Tako It In the Spring t'm'j erc(W!!r for im
pure Hecretiona of the blood mclilect to that
-eauouof tho year; and take it
AT ALL TIMES
Fur Tinier Herof'ila, Liver Cotn;d i!.t. Wili
nes. Boil. Tumor. Swuilliu'. uu-1 the ttou-
and i'lln thit cornofrom impure blood.
FOIIN F. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.
8 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
5 BARCLAY BROS.. Whcles.ik' A,'ei.t
I vv U JL. .I.A. 1
Ifyou are a man of Iciainea. wei'ientd l-ythea'Vilu
t'f your dutle, acid atlaiul'H'j nnd u-c
If yoti are maH of letter, tolling over your mlduiht
w-jriito restore brain, nerve and '!. u-c
If vo l ar" jnunind -:fT::'r:i f.-ins uav iniliiere
lion or d.raipNt'.ou: if yo1: a.e man led oriin:!.
o.d or yornu. ulerlci' from pi ' r health, i r
Uuj'iiih:uit on a bed vf iciny reij on
V.'hoi-ier yu'i ar:, Aherev-r yo,i are. when-jvc:- yo.i
fee! that yoar y'.m u, ,-e'r;.-aniu;, tnli or
n'nn i.a'.iL. r:.ou; '.utoK'catias;. ta.-:
Have you dypi'i -t a. k:du-y i.r ur.:;ry co-it pl.i.t.;,
dli-ea.e o! to.e i-'uuiCii bov ;, l.lo'od, Jiver.
or u .TV i-e ' Yin v. .'.I be cr.wd If you ae
I'yoi: are lmply w-ak in i !,.e. spirited, trv It' liuy
it. Ir.iit upon it Ycurdruii!? k.-eptt.
I'. may yo-..r!:L- V La raved haadwds.
Hop Co-'il: Cur- ': the aweetctt. Hlet and Set.
The Hop Pad tor ?om u-b. liver as! U!di;ev. I.
niperior to ali i,;'i .-. cure by ibK-rpc.oti. 'It U
p-Tfeet.. Ak drii;:,
D.I.C.ia au i'.iol'if.- and !rr :''. cure for
d-untiene, u-i f opiuin. T'.'- i . .- or 2ur.vtic.
Above m,:x bv druw;.- HoP UITi'EKS M i-'G .
Cj.. Hocbef.;r. X.
pHE CITY NATIONAL 3ANt,
V. P. HALLfOAT. Pr-:,i--.v
II L. IiALLIDAY. V!'e-Pr--le-.t.
C. Ii. SMIIU, .V.t.n; Ca.'ai-.-.
TiiTi ?rLon, v. ?. n.iL-..rDAT
HBriRV L UiU.IT. P. II. I. S i H A X
e. i. w:ll is; )'r., russ B.:u.
En-liin;1. Coin a:iJ United Sates Bou-J
Ool'iiaT AND SOLO.
Con 1. te.l
vrfu ud sea bislilsj b'ij'.ae
0 PATENT, NO PAY.
P A T E S T S
obtained for m-: liaulca'. devlre. m -d'oa! or other
cur.po'jn--'., orujuieiila! diM'u. trade-mark and
Uibe.a Cuvj-iti. Ai2i;iueiit. Interferenr-. In-frln'j.-ineats.
nnd all matter, relating to Patent,
promptly n'tendi'd to. We maxe preliuiina y ex
itmlnatUiu and furninb opinion a to p itectablU
ty, free of charie, and a.! who are interested in Uevv
Ihventioua aud Paten; are Invited to eud for
copy of our ''(iuide fur oliUmit:? patent,'' which
lent free to any aJddre.. mid rontaius complete
instr-ictloa jow to obtain Patent and other valu
able wittier. Diirir.it tho pa, tfve year we have
obuin'-d nearly thrue tho iiand Patent for Ameri
can aud Fore lin inventor, andean rU,' c.tilactory
refenini:-) ic ulmot evervco'iutv In tile I'nlou.
Ad ire: LOVIS EAOD3U 4'CO., Solicitor of
Pateuta and Attorney at Law, Le Droit Building
VfwUinijwn, D. C.
Kay a Boton physician, "luia no equal a blood
purifier. Hearing of It many wouderful cum af
ter ail other remedle bad failed. I vWted tho lab
ratnry, and convinced myolf of lta Keuuino merit.
It i prepared from bark, roota and herb, each of
which lii highly effective, and thev are compounded
iu mien a manner a to produce aatonifhlnz remit.
lathe groat blood purifier.
Will ciro the wort cae of Scrofula.
I recotnaiemled by physicians and apothecarlt .
Ha e -ct,ed eorao marvelous cure In cae of
Cure lac worst cases of Cauker.
Meet with wonderful ucce In Afi.-rr urial diiii-ae
Wlii eia.l'.cate Salt Gueum from the yti-in.
K::a('ve Piaiple and Humor from the lace.
Curia Coulipatioli sudiesrulates tlie Imwel.
I a valuable remedy for Headache.
iVil! cure D p.'p:a.
Il.-e'jrr the entir.- ayaten to a healthy condition.
K.-aove the caue of Dizz Ui-.
IielievL- Faiutne at the sii aiii-a
Cures Pa;c hi the Back
E.?aT.:ally cill'ea Kidney Cimpiaint.
I? effecVvp In lta cure of K-maie Veikiiee.
I the an .it retiicsy for (ioserV. Debility.
I TH! JT
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTON. MASS.
Vegi'tino i-t SolJ Rv all Di'ujfyists.
PRIOHT, ATTRACTIVE. CHEERFUL.
Mr. Julia MiXa'r 'iVr'hf Xew Book
The COMPLETE HOME
!.'';ili of Prvttictl InfonnVieu.
The youn; IIo':e keeper' Cu'.d.'.
Ti-- es.ierieuctd tL 'I'.'-U -ejier' FrieaJ.
Hoaart-Koi'plns. CookliiB. Dre. Accident. SU'lc
lies. bildr."i, Company, M.irnace, UelUion.
Mo'Hia. Money, Family Ouvernim-nt, and a multi
tude of ether topic tully treated. Tell bow to
male.) humo Pcaiitllul and Happy "A Book of
more prartk-al utility will (eldnin. If ever, bu fo;;nd
ciit;de of luspinitlon," Chrihtlau Advocate.
YfWiili'il lu 'vefvcKy homo Jvlcbar.d root
llCCtiMl iu allcountry horncalM yiiutiv'iir.d old
Ifine Paper, Clear Type. IleiMitlful Bludlutf, Splen
did Il!uUatlons. Kear.y m pses. Low price.
Agents Wanted Kii,S
Froe J. C. CUKDY A CO , Pullad-lph a, Pa,
Cincinnati, 0., C'hlcajo, Ills., or St, Lou:, Kt.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
I'HYK IANS, CLKKffYMKX AM) THE
THE (iUEATEST MEDICAL
Til I I'M PI I OE'THE A(iE.
IT HE Sll li IIKADACII
Cl liK DV.'PEPalA.
CI KE r'KVEItaud Au,
Cl'HK UILIOl'S C ..LIC
Cut KIDXEYl oiupluintldux
CVliK TOKPIlt LIVK11:
Hu TriT lin nieceed-
d In t on 1 1 1 i ii i 11 in there
dlli- the here to lure an
at!oiiiiilu iiiialiti of a
ind u PiirllylnuTonie.
Their tlit apparent ef-
eel ia to iwreae tho ap
jietltu by iauintf the
ood to properly niinl.
ate. Thus theyteni I
lourlslieil, nud dy their
iiuio action on the diL'c-
the orxiin. reuulnr nnd
leaitliy evacuation are
the mu di IV w lh
which the iieroli take
ill IleHl will e under the
influence of thee pill.
tmicaie llielr adnptii-
Ivlllly tn iiunrlfli the bod-
. Iiunee their emoncy tn
urinu nervou delii'lltv.
vatlllir of til iiiuselu
irishnu of the liver.
uipnrliiii; Icallh and
tiougtl) to the ytein.
Mild men where.
M Murrnv Street,
XEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
ix tiik crrv
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor.Kluc'.eenth atrfet and I
O. O. PATIElt & oo.
Liverpool, January, 10, ! p. m.
Wheiit-Unchanguil. Wheat, Us ld
UU SpriDj,', 10s2dlls; California
10s 8ilUs (Id; California trluL, U 5.1
1110,1; Corn,r.a 7il 'm iytA.
NEW YORK (IKAIX.
New York, January, 10, 13:35 a.m.
Whcat quiet No. 2 Chicago, t 43
1 45; No. 5, Mihvatiki'f, 1 451 40; Red
Winter, 491 53; No. 2, Red Win
ter. 1 IJONo. 2 Amler,tl 51 ; Corn-quiet;
No. 2, 50i,'if.
Cmcifto, '"January 16, 10:00 "a.' C
Corn May, .13;s'; Pel.ruary, 40,a'.
Pork - February, $13 (10.
Wheat February $1 2ft
Ciiicaoo. January, 10, 2:00 p. m.
Pork February, $13 05; March,
Oata-May, 39 -.
Wlioat February $1 30";
Corn May, 45,'45sj;c:
4,,V.Jac; February, 40Cfc.
LATEST RY TELEGRAPH,
TALK OF A COMPKOMISK.
Ai oi'sTA, 5Ie., Jan. St. There a talk to
niyht of ucoinprotnise, hiifrgested by the
FiiMoiiUts, but it meets with no favor from
the Republicans, who are inure compactly
united than ever. Their conference meet
ing this afternoon showed them to be a
unit with determination to stand togeth
er and not sutler the least break in their
lines. The policy they have adopted is a
perfectly peaceful one although the more
impulsive nre in favor of taking possession
of the state-house at on.:e by force of arms.
This docs not meet with any favor from the
leaders who counsel patience and coolness.
Sprout, representative from Vizle, will be
gin a libel suit iigainst the Maine Standard
for defamation of charecter, damages being
placed at $10,000.
the path but,
F.EAVi:Nvoi:ri, Kas., Jan. 9. To-day au
altercation took place between C'has. C'ar
ples, a cigar and tobacco merchant ol this
city, and Mr. Robinson, the attorney who
.. here representing Puttl lu (lie Post
Hispatch libel suit. From parties who
were witnesses ol the affair it is learned
that Carples approached Robinson nnd dc
luandcd to know why he (Robinson) had
reported on the street that he (Carples) had
committed perjury in his testimony taken
betore a notary public in the Patti libel
suit. Not receiving any satisfaction, it is
claimed that Carples made some demon
stration towards Robinson, who resented
it and gave Carples a terrible beating,
closing both his eyes and inflicting injuries
to such nn extent that Carples has been in
sensible ever since. Robinson has not been
At the examination to-day A. A. Fenn,
one of the leading men of the city, testi
fied : I wns present at the Patti concert in
Leavenworth; I bought forty tickets for
the faculty nnd advanced class of tho Con
servatory of Music. The performers im
pressed me as being the most singular
group of artists I had ever seen; the aban
don, the almost vulgar manners, and the
general movements of Mine. Patti and the
others I could not) reconcile with my ideas
of culture nnd refinement. In my opinion,
based upon my observations at that time,
Mine. Patti was under the iufluence of in
toxicating liquor. I heard persons in the
audience remark that she was drunk, nnd
thai was my own opinion.
It.UI.UOA!) COLLISION AT IIAl.TlMOItli.
llxi.TiMoitE. Jan. II. A collision occurred
this afternoon on the Baltimore and Poto
mac railroad at Lafayette station, within
the city limits, the New York limited ex
press colnling with a train which left the
I'nion depot at three o'clock for Washing
ton. The engines of both trains were- bud
ly damaged, and the tender of the limited
express forced back into the postal-car, but
neither passengers or trainmen were injured
beyond a few bruises. The accident occur
red at a point where- the double track
through tho city merges into n single track,
and the south-bound train should have
waited on the double track until the ex
press passed. Ry some mishap the train
for Washington ran on tho single track
about ono hundred yards, and before it
could back was run into by the express.
The engineer of tho south-bound train says
the nir-brnkes would not work.
NEflllO iiaxokh. . 1
Wilmington, N. C, Jan. 9. Allen Ma
nilas, colored, wag hanged here to-day lor
tho murder of Reubeu Herring. Within
twenty-flvo minutes from the Jhno tho drop
fell, tho body lmd been cut down funeral
services held and tho remains were on tho
way to tho potters' field for interment.
SAFE-BLOWINO AT SPRING PI ELD, ILL.
SpuiN-oriKLD, III, Jan. 9.-A small iron
safe of Sliko Ilrenan's wa3 blown open last
night and it is supposed about $500 taken
theretroiu. A well-known burglar, Rcddy
Fox, was arrested to-day, for the offence,
and the police arc on tho track of others
supposed to bo implicated.
IUOTOC9 MINERS ARRESTED.
Whitehall, N. Y., Jan. O.-About 300
miners in Chateaugy ore bed, Lyon moun
tain, quit work yesterday and attempted to
stop others. The sheriff and sixty special
constables from Plattsburg went to tlto
mines and arrested the ringleaders, who are
now in jail.
DEFALCATION AND SUICIDE.
New York, Jan. 0. Bi-njainin C. Bogerr,
treasurer of the New York Produce ex
change for many years, was discovered to
1 defaulter to the amount of $31,000, hav
ing taken tho money of the exchange. On
being detected lie committed suicide by
llOTtt DEAD IX THEIR ROOTS.
Dallas, Texas, Jan. 0. Two young men
James Harkey and James Rarbee had a
difficulty near the head of Pear river, and
Harkey shot Rarbee four times, killing him
instantly. Harkey was shot once in the ab
domen and died iu a few hours.
A DESPERATE AFFRAY.
Dallas, Tex., Jan. Jt. A serious affray
occurred to-night between a grocery mer
chant named Gray nnd a respectable wo
man named Mrs. Kthridge. Gray has ser
cral times abused Mrs. Ethridge's little
boy for walking on stilts in front of his
store. To-night the woman came to the
rescue of her child, aud Gray struck her
over the head with a heavy stick, inflicting
three serious wounds, when she drew a pis
tol and lying on the sidewalk, bleeding
terribly, fired, shooting the man in the fore
head. Gray was arrested. Both are con
fined to their beds trom their injuries.
TSHKIIILE DEEDS OF A MADMAN.
Galveston, Jan. 9. The news special
from Cambridge says M. A. Seay, who in
supposed to have been insane, went to the
residence of J. X. Ladd. ten miles east of
here, shot Ladd dead without the least pro
vocation, thence went to Samuel Tubbs'
house and shot him five times. Tubbs is
not expected to live. Teny then went to
Logan's farm, informed Logan what he had
done, and, before he could be prevented,
placed the pistol to his owu head and blew
out his brains.
AV'no is Mits. Wr.vsr.owi As this ques
tion is frequently nsked, we will simply say
that she is a lady who for upwards of thirty
years has untiringly devoted her time and
talents as a female physician nud uurse,
principally among children. She has es
pecially studied tho constitution and wants
of this numerous class, and, as a result of
this effort, and practical knowledge, obtain
ed in a lifetime spent as nurse and physi
cian, she has compounded n Soothing
Syrup, for children teething. It operates
like magic-giving rest aud health, and is
moreover, sure to regulate the bowels. In
consequence of this article, Mrs. Winslow is
becoming world-renowned as a lienefiu-tor
of her race ; children certainly do rise up aad
bless her; especially is this the case in this
city. Yast quantities of the Soothing Syrup
are daily sold and used here. Wo think
Mrs. Wiuslow hns immortalized her name
by this invaluable article, and we sincerely
believe thousands of children have been
saved trom nn early grave by its timely
use, and that millions yet unborn will share
its benefits, nnd unite in calling her blessed.
No mother has discharged her duty to her
stilfering little one, in our opinion, until she
hits given it the benefit of Mrs, Winslow'u
Soothing Syrup. Try it. mothers try it
now. Ladies' Yisitor, New York City.
Sold by all druggists. 25 cents a bottle.
Brown's Hocsf.iiold Panacea is the
most etl'ective pain destroyer iu the world.
Will most surely quicken the blood wheth
er taken internally or applied externally,
and thereby more certainly relieve pain,
whether chronic or acute, than any other
jiain nlleviator, and it is warranted double
the strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pain iu the side, back or bowels,
sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and alt
aches, and is the great reliever of pain,
'Brown's Household Panacea" should bo
111 every family. A toaspoonful of the Pan
acea iu a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if preterm! 1, taken at bed time, will break
up a cold. 25 cts. a bottle.
Mlth Sickness, undoubtedly with chil
dren, attributed to other causes, is occasion!
cd by worms. Brown's Yermifttgo Comfits,'
or Worm Lozenges, although etl'ectttal in
destroying worms, can do no possible in
jury to the most delicate child. This val
uable combination has been successfully
used by physicians, and fouud to bo abso
lutely sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful
to children. Twenty-five cents a box.
IIaiutcal Costivkness, tho causo of so
many troubles, Lowness of Spirits, Dizzi
ness of the Head, Loss of Memory, Indi
gestion, Flatulence. BeatUig of tho. Heart,
Nervousness, all these are cured by Giles.'
Improved Mandrako Pills.
Reoclate the Secretions : In our en
deavors to preserve health it is of tho
utmost importance that wo keep tho secre
tory system in perfect condition. Tito well
known remedy, Kidney-wort, has specific
action upon tho kidneys, liver and bowels.
Uso it instead of dosing with vilo bitters or
drastic pills. It in purely vegetable, and is
prompt but mild ia action.