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DAILY CAIRO 6ULLFTM
Natural Fruit flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruits, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial Essences. Always uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Hare gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qua!.
ity. Admitted by all who hare used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
far or for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louia, Mo.,
akeraaf Lalla Vwt 0-... Br. Prlrv'a 1'rm Satlsi
rovdrr. as or. frto'ft Islaus Vrfina-.
WE MAKE NOSECONDCKADECOODS.
HA8 BEEN PROVED
The SUREST CURE for
Siyailinl back ordieordored nrlne lndt-
nae that you are a victim T THEN DO HUT
ILEaiTATKi dm Kidney-Wort at ono. (drnc-
aiata recommend It) and It will speedily over-
aam tha dieeaee and reetore healthy action. I
I oHlOO ra oomplalnta peculiar
bd U I C 9 to y our aci."iuch aa pain
ndweaknaaaM, maney-wort la uaaurpaawa.
aa II will act promptly and safely.
I Either wx. Iaoonunenoe, retention orunne,
brink duet orrery deposits, anddull draggioc
peine, all peeduy yield to ita curative power.
IV BOLD JSx ALL DBTJOOTBTS. Trim, $1.
'Mr Ktban Lawrence, my townsman." .av Dr
lh lip ' . ballon, of Mw.kton, Vt . " blest. A
f-otn kldurjr disease. The rkm of h legs i
likegla, Mdroy- ort i.i'nro ma Apr. 'iij:
IS A SURE CURE
for all diseases of the Kidneys and
ft haa ipeolflo action oa una meat unportani
organ, enawinc ll 10 umr on wrjmui j vn
Inaotion, stimulating" thehoaJlhy accretion of
the Bile, and by keeping the bowels la free
condition, afflicting lta regular diacharg.
lalUlailda malaria, have the ehllla,
are bDJooa, dyepeptlo, or constipated, X ldnay
Won will surely relieve and quickly core.
In tha Spring toeleanaeUieByitetn. every
. .t,n.,U Mm a. thoftmrh MUM of it.
U- SOLDBYDRUOOI8T8. Price I.
imilliWfefeje luai n 1 a
Tell mv b'li'brr soldlcre,'' write J U Cower,
T Trenton. Ill , "inl nil m hern, hki, Out KMiirv
Wurt Ct'HMl NT 2UTSIH l.lvtlt lllmtlc K.ll I'llll
II-b it, please, In Hie M Louis vilnliti I cniwcrst."
for the permanent CURE IJli
w . M nmvKiAni In thla ooun
try aa Constipation, and no remedy haa ever
...ii tha celebrated Kldney.Wort aa a
earn, tnte bmotwuio"'"
- mm Tula aiatMaainir oora
nlsunt 1a voir 4Dfe to bo
I r . . 11.. - - atnre n llr ST 1 V
Lrvoffuion ww wwwh -
n binriinf PiIm iwnwhea Dti7ianM
Wtyug- - -
U. 1 "ii you wuwjjji
rDBlClSl.i Uat I DruKKiets Sell I
Atiiitlior H ink CnMi it bcmic4. (ii-.t. II, llor,
'Hh'r of Mnramwn (I'a Rank. nll, riri'iillv;
"K dniiy Wort friiKimv hi.kkiiimi rcrn."
HE GREAT CURE
Aa It la for all tha painful diaoaaoa of tn
KIONEY8, LIVER AND BOWEL8.
It olaanaoa tha yetem of the acrid poleon
lal eauaea the drundrul antnmna; which
only tha victims of lltioumnusm can real las.
THOUSANDS OP CAGES
af tha wont forma of thla trrrlbln dlneaae
have bean quickly rcliovod, and In ihort time
mint, ft, Liqt iDoit imt, "did 11 r diii(,'CIht.
Dry enn liewnt hy mail,
WELIJ, BICirAEDSON r Co., nr1lntnn Vt
'K ilnnj-Wort U Klvun dimsiiiayk iiki.iki.Iii
many ciu! of rticuniiitlctti, fiillinit iimlcr my tiol
lew.' lr. I'ti I It n l'.. ifullou, Monkliir., VI. Apr (-8il
"I nrvor f itiml wn rollif, from rlieii nullum und
kldimv iriiiilnpii III 1 iii!fl Kldni'y-Wor1 . Now
I'M wn.i.."-lavld M. Ilullor, llnrifonl, Wine.
QEOIWH II. LK.VC'II, M. U.
IMiVHUiiau ami Sut'tfoou.
SpcsUI ttinnllnn paid fitlm oiii'MM. i'lil'' ir"Hl
mi'ut orurnlcl dliti)H, Hurl diio""K l whikt
(lllc: 011 tdh airuHl, nppoKlUi llio I'o-i ,lli'i,
J)U. J. H. 8TU0N0,
12B Coiniiiorcliil Ave, Caii'd, 111.
VAI'Olt, Kl,KOTItt) VAPl)H and MICDICAVKD
A Imly In atluiiilniicu,
U. W. 0. JOCVUN,
I) K NT18T.
OKKUlE-KlKlita fliraxt, near (lump w.i! Antiu
n. k. w. wiriTLocK,
Orrws-No. its CommowUl Anas, bvtin
THE TURBULENT WATERS,
PUBLIC CUILDINGS USED AS
RESORTS IN CINCINNATI.
MAGNANIMITY OF OTHFR CITIES IN
SENDING AID TO THE SUFFERERS.
The Situation Unchanged at Other Points
Prohabilitics for Sevenl
Days to Come.
ri.STINVATI. Fel.mnrv IS. -At 1 oYlorlc
thU iimniinif ilii jicii.li' In tin m'liihlmr-
hood of No, ,VJ WiMarh stroi'l. on tin- l.or
(ler of thi' InuiidiiiHil UlHtricI tn the fiurii
part of the city, won- Martlcd lv a loud
explosion, which broke the phi-n in the
whidown. A three-fctory hilck l.nillln
occupied hy four fainlllci. niimlifriinr ;v
entceii, w found In ruin, from 1 he ex
plosion of Die-diinp or (r km, in the
cellar, .and all the people wit. Iiurlcd in
KIIOM AS KVE-tt'ITXK.SS,
"The dnmutfs done within s rndhuof fifty
mile from ( incinniiil, will fur iMp;ii in
the ff(frcj.'i,tp. that niMd by th" , himuro
fire, ' ' he Hiiid "inilttiit end h not vet
oriine. ' he only railroad civlnjc n.-iim'stt
I'lininiin railmi wih the onlnide world
When I left wan thu Cincinnati. Iliiniiltiin
and lHt..n. mid I lienr tlmt It will atop
riinniim to diiv, flolnx to ( Inilimiitl to
Covington I hi, carried hy llie hont
fle Mock into the fit v. Tliurc
nn cn th:lt H fiat of wmtr on
Kroiil at reel at the foot of t ho aicipeiisloii
hrldre, h we left the city by the . II. A
W. .iiloiii ycktiTdn . e riitl for n mile
thrii!;h hvci feet two Inches of water. 'I'll
car-y.hci;l wera siiliiner.'cd and the step
were wahed by the wider we moved
aloim. On the' line of the MurielU und
Mm inn in 11 1 1 1 1 the c. C. c. A I. roadyoii
ran just Hceihotop of hundred of panvn
per mid fi-iaht car iickins'ut oftbew i
ter, and innt of the latter are hmded wlih
valuable merchandise. ( iver .cnie part of
tliene line the water In twenty f'Tt deep
"Over L"Kl.oiiO people are iiimlf hoitielix.
Chun he anil chiMd-fi"ite are beit
placed at their dipoal, and private fami
lie, who Imve room to pare In their pri
vate reldeiica, are iHkiuif in the Hiifforer.
Cota arc belux uppllcd to llii tn and th
fiirnilure manufacturer nre doinjt their
het to turn out more. Kterjr earpenter in
town in hard at work making cot or boat.
The demand for Imataia extraordinary, and
the inont extraordinary craft you ever net
your eye. upon are plying the turbid wa
ter. Among them are lake yawls which
have been m-m all the WBy from Cleveland
and Saniliiak?. "
The weather I verv warm andeloudv.m
oilonal Miibbliic. the river U 11 net , t.t i, ifr
appaniiitly, dcclinltur but very ulightlv. It
atand sliout Hi feet :i incliea. A flood In
the l icking and other trennn li expected,
If not to cwjII the stream here to check the
KKi.r.ivtNti tub flcrrr.Riyo.
A there has been nn very (Treat hard
ship. The I.egUlattire has voted .Iihi.imK)
for relief, the City Council $imuin anil the
Chamber of ('Diunieren H,w, and ul
acrlptloii are comitii! In from Chicago, X, w
Vork and other place. X"t only is the
general Committee, representing The Cham
ber of Commerce and the Common Council,
dikhuHugaiid with a liberal hand, hut the
.MakiiiiIc Itellef Orxnl.tinn la doing flue
work, having called 011 volunteers to act a
oai 'inan for their boats, which have been
received from Cleveland, San
dinky, and Toledo. They have estnblihedd
relief station in various pari of the ell v.
Hesltles this, women of all the Prote!iint
( hurce are collecting bedding, clothing
and doing sewing fur the benefit of the
General Ifellef Commltteo, All IheCatholle
Churches hue been thrown open for sleep-lug-place
for kin h lii.ini le, peroin a
may be sent by th" 'ieiicial , onitiiilli e. ,
more tVtciiMfic le of relief could
hardly be detUnd n ml the 'jreat value of its
work la the thoroughness, and proinpencv
with which aid l cxleinlod. There
i still Ilia inrc-l gralifying absence
of clinic. It was c'xpeclcil (hat
burglaries and highway robberies would
abound on account of the generally unpro
tected stale of property in the flooded dis
tricts. These expectation have not been
realized. There were fewer arrests during
the pasd live days than at any similar tlinn
In the month, ami no rcports'of crime have
reached the poller. Nearly everybody
wears a fatigued look. It has been a sea
son of hard work and great anxiety to a
large portion of the population of the elty.
CiF.vn.Axli. February IS. -The Ma-
aonle Itcllef Association t'etcgraphed to-day
the eager acceptance of the tender of the
IlIB-sining crew and apparatus slat oned
here. Captain Goodwin, and the life.
crew, with lift-boat.., will start thi after
noon. A general meeting of the Cleveland
.Masons will be held to-morrow evening lo
raise a fund for the Immediate roilcf of the
brethren along the Ohio lilver suffering by
reason of the greal iloiwl. The Cuyahogo
lilver 1 vising ami In Maces has a rea v
overilowcd the banks, threatening Inunda
tion. The saint) district was recently
Hooded. IteiisH fog and light rain thi
I he. nr ce of eonirnod t ea have irons nn
Considerably. Kggn which aohl at IM cents
dozen last Monday Jumped up toJIllecntH
on lticsday, and hae rlaen since then.
Candles and coal-oll supply the only means
of aitlllclal light, mid in places where thn
lamp-posts art) submerged lanterns twin
ging from lhe telegraph pole are the only
ptiinic luminaries, iteaiiiiuiil nil went up
HI cents 11 gallon on .Mutu al, mid raudle
have advanced from ;tlo 4 'cents a uiuicd.
The (irand Opcra-Ilousc lia. been relying
llllon the eli'ctrlt! light lhriin;h
the body of the house and rail
road candle on Die stage, llv the way
Mrs. l.angtry ami Freiblv (feblmrdt nrl
among thn sufferer. Her audionn; me
numbering from Iwpiiiv lo thirty every
night. Tito other day ' Freddy (Jehhanlt
had a fits at th (iriind Hold, where he
and .Mrs. Langtrv are stoniiliiL'. with th
cook, about thn tiiniil which wore served
tncm. 1 tin nest people hi Cincinnati are
very glad to ba able to get the iilulnesi Mml
of food, and when they find thai theaiipplv
of game and poultry la rttn out they feci
thai hen ther la ao much positive hard'
shin they can afford to put up with
a trilling Inconvenience, The produce mar
kets, which are situated ulong the bo
loin, are all under water of course, and
the boxes of egga and other produce are
eousiantiy seen ttoating along Willi llie cur
rent. Tho cracker factories are all hard at
work making bread, and besides supplying
thn wants of Clnelnnnll'i aufferers IO.ihiO
ncs a dav are sent on to laiwiviicclitii'tr.
W icn It comes down to real wifferlng lhe
inaeea when the greatest hardship will be
icii urn Miwrciiucuunr, rsewiion, Aurora,
r. ...j' -.1...- ...... '
1 1 n'eiinuR, n'-muisji nini ouicr iiiiuor
I'lver uolntN. They will auffer terribly lis-
fori) they get through with tha Hood,
INHUN'APOMS. Imp,. Fchrunrv 15. -The
telegraph operator st ileffrrsonvllla sar
they are cnllrnly atirroumled bv water
every atreat li under water. It ti lmpoN
Mo to get anywhere whltheut boats.
AT NEW it rtANY.
Iho river li illll rlxltiff with prostieeta for
two feet morn. Many people are suf
fering terribly, and arc still moving
out lo higher ground. The city U torn
pisieiy aurrouuuea sy watvr. me
AIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 10,
following telegrant was received from the
this morning: River rxn onu and a half
feet hot night, and Is still rising. .Some
house were wep( from their foundations,
and tlm roofs taken from a few brick
houses. No uastmltlfs yet reported.
AT m I SIIl'ltit.
I'll thiu'iki, February II. -The Motion
jrahcla nml Allegheny liver eontlnuo to
r.se. v iih nineteen feet and a half in the
.M'inoiiiNihclii ut 1 o'clock this afternoon,
and aliiiot one foot nioru In tho Allegheny.
The rain, which had been falling since
yesterday morning, ccacd thla morning,
and the weather Is now clear.
IUolntf of lhe Klyer HI. l ouia.
8t. I.dum, February 15. The Ico-gorge
In ter Mjssoiirt at St. Charles let go ealdy
this hoi iiing. and while the noonday belli
were ringing the first cakes Htriuik the
bridge piers here. Tho upper
ferry boats saw lhe adwineing lield
and had time to get below, the bridge bn
foce it could do them nv harm. The
steamer- in jcrt tm ned their whistles loose
liniiieibni 't.iiiid before niativ liilliiltes cltl
eii dow n w n knew that there wm aotne
thinu' in, i .li -oing on at the river. Large
crowds iloct, il in thu whurves and luvte
front, ami during tlm afternoon the specta
cle of tho flouting ice was enjoyed by thou
sands, Dining the forty-eight hours ending at 10
e'eluek this morning the MUssislppi at thla
point had risen four and one-half feet, and
between 10 o'clock and noon an addltloual
rise of one foot wa noticed.
"The tdtiuition Is not at all alarming, '
aid Mr. Mcl'ike. of the Harbor and Wharf
lieparliijeiit, "nml It is not by any meant
to be Inferred that we shall have anything
like a flood In St. Louis, such as ha's just
befallen Cincinnati and Louisville. The
ll'C L'lll L'l-S lit Alton III nml lniilun..
,.Mo. , nre as rlrin as ever, and, us von see!
.1... w, , -1 1..- I . . . 1
mine gorge is not going to uo any
let) Uorge In the HIsslHitlppl.
Anns. In.., February 15. -The lee
gorge In the river here show no lgn of
breaking, although Hie water la steadily
rising, having come up about ten inches
during last night. The gorge still holdt
firm at the fool of Maple Maud, although
there i n-jicralie luekwat er (there from
Wood Itiver, w hich Mut of it banks. Th,.
Missouri Kiier is broken up at St. Charles.
I 'vnailllte blasts are being Used to clear
away the heavy lee from around the boat!
In Alton Moii-h.
A Broken Rail the Cause The Killed and
Crn'A;o, Fehruary 15. Paenger train
No. 4. bound west'on thn tirand Trunk
line, struck a broken rail a mile east of
Flint, Michigan, ditching throe coaches and
one l'u Imnn. The engine and mall and
baggage car passed safely. The engineer,
wild commendable braverv and presence
of mind, stopped the engine immediately
and got two pails of water and stopped the
tin- ihat hud 'broken out in one coach,
thus saving a holocaust, Mrs. Hulilah
Seaman. aged 74, was killed
Instantly. She resides at St. Vincent, On
urio. nd was going to Nebraska. Her
daughter, Mrs. Hill, was injured badly
and lie insane. Thomas Lindsay was In
jured fatally in the chest. He Jumped
from the cars and wai thrown tinder the
trucks. Win. Mavnet, of Waterloo. Is
allglnly injured in the head; Mr. Chuater
..in.:. , ji .-i. viunus, , i., nose tiroKen ami
otherwise badly hurt. Among tne others
hurt were: Jno. Miller, of Ontario,
band; Mrs. Marlah McHenry, of
Iowa, ibnuldur and bead; Mrs.
Clock, Oedensburg, Kew Vork, back and
neck: Z. A. Curtis, Bloonilngton, III.,
leg; I). Sheehan, New York, hand; (i. 11.
Bowman, Oneida county, N. Y., head; A.
Tanglcra, Quebec, hand; C. Phelps, Can-
aua, i taca: a. v . v ngnt, I orronto, head;
Mr. T. If, Johnson, Ogdensburg. X. Y.,
spine and liack; Mra. VY. B. Letch, Itve-
. .... a V. I......I. in... a..Ki.i.. i.
f.i.ir, .... imiiu , .uii.1 . ounir j .o:crs, jiail-
chester, X..H., back; II. H. Waterman
and wife, Milwaukee, bruises.
MRS. SMITH AND MR. HARRIS.
More About the Recent Elopement.
sr. Lous, February 15. As throwing
additional light upon the recent elopement
from St. Louia Ut Mrs. Martha Smith, of
San Antonio, Texat, with a man named
Charles Harria, the following telegram
from San Antonio, under date of
the 2.1th, may be of Interest; "Mr.
Martha Smith, wife nf Dan I Smlil.
wealthy Irvery-atable keeper, and daughter
of a local preacher, left ber husband and
four children here to vlstt, aa she said her
husband's cousin, Ir. Sargent, a female
St. Louis doctor. She took with In-riS'lou
her Jewelry mid best attire. It now Iran,
nires that aha met a man named Charlea
Harris, or Mudd, in Austin, there pasted
aa hi wife, and then went on to
St., Louis. Mra. Smith is a
beauty aged and it ald to be somewhat
demented, Harris recently came here
from Cincinnati, and did mrrio building for
Smith, boarded at bit house and there
made the acquaintance of Mra. Smith. He
wat well connected in Cincinnati. He has
been a Chicago drummer and has a wife
and three children there, who separated
from him some time ago on account of the
cruel seduction of a Cincinnati young lady.
Mr. Smith propose lo sue for a divorce
ami tbreatoiu to fall on Harris ami kill
Attempt,! ulcttt In lhe Father of
Sr. I.ntMM. (.'ahrunrv 1V Mr. ll,l.l,r.,i
Connelly, All year old. the wife of Martin
C. Connelly, a well-known Irish citi
living on O'Fallon street. be-
I ween Twentv-seeond and Tweniv-tbifil
trets, aitotnpted to commit suiiide at
half-pasl It o'clock thla morning bv jump
ing Into tho river at, a point between North
.namci aim sionroe streets. Slie was
Piniupily rescued and conveyed to the
Fourth District Pollen Station nn
Market mreet. She stilled (bat. she
had made the attemnt nn luo- nun nr., h.
Ilberately, but refused to make anv other
statement. It la thought that fiimilv
trouU'es Impelled the deed. She wastakcii
In III Cllv ftn.nlt.l fit,. I. . I... ......1..... -
.v. ...... . ... ..rVr,,,., , wu li, hit- luuiiiri 10
even children, .
4 Nerlots Collision ol Fret a lit r ruins.
SANPWICH. Im. Fehruafv 15 Vesler.
day morning two freight trains moving In
opposite directions met about two mile
cast of here on the C, B. and i). Ilnad,
causing lorrlhls haroo. Ten or twelve cam
weTo badly demollihed and a Inrirn niiinber
of employes were Injured more or les.
The two englnei, Sos. 100 and ri Its , are
total wreiiks. Ths engineer of , W.
liogera, or Aurora, wai burlod beneaih the
I'ulna. I'p to laat evening lilt hndv had not
been reached. Ths morning was a foggv
one, and the trains met on a curve, ao that
tho warning of danger was abort. The
other engineer and two flromen Jumped
just In time to savs their Uvea, receiving
hut alight. Injuries. The cause of lhe
cataitropha can not bs fixed.
Bstwssn the Oars.
Capr Girardeau. February 15. J. 0.
Roberta, who had miraculous ealane on the
I. M. Hall road came In yesterday morning. ,
I ne train nan stopped st reunckiown,
Ho stepped off lust aa tha train started tin
again, which bad not quite reached tha
platform, when he fell su ths track between
lhe wheels, quite stunned, hut still had
presence of mind left to crawl out. Ilia
valise wan out in two, and he was bruised
and cut oomlderably, tut not at all dsngor
INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT
Newi Ffom the Seat of Government Worth
Washington, d. C, February 15.
The ilUeu,ioi, of the tariff has brought
about some curious fads about the Impor
tations Into this country. Who would
have supposed, for instuncfi, that there are
four million pounds of glue imported
annually Into this country, w hich slaughters
such largo quantities of cattle every year
and might, from their hoofs and honii,
make glue enough to stick the world?
Castor oil must be manufactured largely in
this country, for the importation of the oil
is only 'H) gf.lons a year, while' the costnr
beans are imported at the rate of nearly
AO.IMSI bushel, a year. Of olive and salad
oil the Importations are nearly KM gallons
a day omitting Sundays. Of opium nearly
a thousand pounds li dav came Into thfs
country, of which one-lhlrd is prepared
for smoking. It pay about I.ihki.isk) a
year duty as It passes through the Custom -muses.
The value of plate-glass for win
dows Unpol led is about jVkj,(kj(i before
the duty is added, and In inanv liisbu,....s
Ibis double the value. The vafueof plate
glass mlrrors.lmpoiied for vain people, is
nearly l,iHHt,iNn year without thinluiy.
F.ven Into this bog-producing country there
are Imported 75,'X) pound of ham and
bacon, and, although this Is a great pas
total couniry, it buys from abroad neaiiv
5. 1)00. 1100 llollllll of I'liun.u u x nar un.'l
2.5110,1100 pounds of butter. This grain-
growing aim exporting couniry Imports
over lii.otH) bushel of w heat and over 1J,
Wsl.iKSI bushels of rye per year, Sardine
seem to hold their own In spite of tint
fact that A iieiican tishcrie nre growing, for
they came in last year at the rale of '.'.', ihhj
boxes a day, the year round, mid chum
paigue enuie with Ihem at the rale of about
half a many bottles a day all the year. 'I he
V'fllllM Of It. Mils Utlll I...U.I 'j. lit.. ,....., d i.
.in... n., nini, iiiiiiis I -
tertho duty Is paid, neaiiv .fcl.iHW.oi) a
year, and of buttons more than that sum.
The gentlemen who have recently imported
a lot of ostriches into California', fur the
miriioae of growing and styling ostrich
fealhera may find n juragement In the
fact Ihat the vslup of fiiitlius ln.rw.rl.wl In.
to this country annually iimuunti tn ul milt
Js5.OKi.tNHi. the laxity of the hen laws of
the country is illustrated by the fact that
above 15u,iHi,isl eggs were Imported last
year. It mav be niuncr Inclose ilils II. i l,v
remarking that the imports of beer amount
ed to l,5W,uoii, and of sailer kraut fcao,
IWO. The I se of Iteer.
WaiMUnhio.v. D. c. February 15. A
curious fact is observed by those Interested
who frequent the House and enate resiau-
rants. Thi i the growing use of beer at a
table beveeage by the class of persons, who
lunch there d.dlv. Go Into lhe restaurants
at any hour unif you will see Senators or
Kepiesentatives seated af table taking
lunch, their bottles of beer beside them,
the contents ilr-appeariiig in small instal
ments, along with lhe lunch of oyster,
mutton-chop or soup. From two to three
hundred bottles of beer are disposed of
dally in these restaurants, a large propor
tion to members of Congress,
Tho BonclMl Pertoil on Whisky.
WaSHINUTON. KeblllMI'V IVThn vnn
porters of the bill extending the bonded
jicrlod on whisky are sonuwhat encouraged
by the fact that "the Senate bus reduced the
.tobacco tax, for they Inlemret this ua a
tymptom of genoral leniency towards the
fax-paying articles and their owners, and
most of them are encouraged In the belief
mat tne mil win yet pass. Some of those
who have watched It carefully are inclined
lo complain of the management and sav
plainly that it has been bungled all the way
through They sav the attempt tn antagon
ise appropriation bills and tariff with this
measure has impaired It materially and
that only extreme care will save it now.
Th Weather Korean Bulletin.
WAsiiivfi-rov, I). ('., Fehnuirv 15, 11:15
a. m. The Hood reached It hiuliast point
at Cincinnati. lxtv.ix feet four Inches (lai.
ft. 4 In.), last night, and It Is reported
tlowiy falling. Very heavy rains fell In the
Lower Ohio Valley last night, and there are
Indications of approaching ralu w hich mav
cause a slight raise In the river to-morrow',
t iver one such of rain fell at Cairo during
tho night, w here the river Is above the dun-ger-llne.
The Lower Mississippi river will
conl inue to rise. It will reach the danger
line al Memphis on or about Monday next.
Double Tragedy Near Iva. III.
Ava, lit.., February 15. A double
tragedy occurred Tuesday morning about
three miles soiitheusl of here. Two
brothers, .lam.i S. and John Wallace. were
hol and killed by David Hollidav, whom
they attacked on the highway, threatening
to beat him to death. The 'dltUeultv was
mused bv llolllday reporting to the Mar
hel of this place some month ago thai Jus.
Wallace was carrying a coiieciih'il pistol,
which he had drawn and pointed at him.
The coroner's Jury rendered a verdict of
SriiiMiKiKi.n, lt.i.., February 15. In
the Senate a large number of reports were
received from the standing committees and
few new bill Introduced, The debate
on thu bill for an act lo allow amcndmcnta
to be made to indict
incuts and information in criminal
prosecutions in courts of record, which oc
cupied o lnurh time yesterday, wa re
opened. Senators Hunt, Mofri. Shaw,
Menitt and others taking part In the dls
unsslon. The hill was ordered to a third
reading. The following appointment
were presented hy the (Jtnnrnor; Joseph
I'. Roberta, of Pulaski, lo succeed
lame T. Cooper, and John K. Pol
lock, of McLean, to tiieeecd It.
L. Delaney, a trustee of the Chester antl
toilet I'l'lilteiitlitidnii .Lux.,. It. i -
' , - : .,!,,., n l.lilll.lll, ll
Tiandolph, to succeed himself, and J. O.
naaiu, m rope, m tucceed J. A. Ylall, re
moved for Incapacity, caused bv Illness, aa
irustees of the Southern Illinois 'Insane Asy
lum: John K. Klisv. nt Mel .Mill lut lila
own aiioceator in the State Board of Phar
In executive aeaalon, the appointment
rrmilJhe Governor ware i-nf,.,-i..,,l ,...,i i,
In the House the entire forenoon was
consumed lnftlhuHlarlng and dilatory mo
lion and apftech-maklng to prevent a vole
in lhe special order, the high license que
Hon. 1 he special order wat" Dually post
poned hy a voto of 7,'t to 67 to consider the
tlltl-otlllon l'siilutl. 1. ....! I i... ki..
..... 1..UIIIIIVH mi i mi in, ;il nyii.
hlupp on Wednesday. Speeches against
lime wore made, and great Interest was
HPHIHnrir.T.rt. Ill V.Knmni IS TI,
Wolf Coal and Mining Company, of Kd
wardsvllle, was licensed by the Secretary of
statu to-day to mine coal and flro clay, and
lo bore for oil and other inlnniuls lii Mailt.
ion county, capital KIO.tHM). Corporator
uai foo.oou, , orporaior!
W. AVolf and Otto E.
A. 1. U OII, I ,
Nnlelds by Taking Araealn,
DkOatcr. Imi.. February 15: Lode-
vlck Weber, reaidlng near hero, commuted
Kulcldo laat evening by ths use of arsenlo,
lie had been to this olty during the day
and bought the potion and put It Into a
bottle of whiskey' and drank enoueh to
cause bis dsatb. Us was 61 years of age
ana leaves a jri taaiuy.
I.ftvpnsf, Fubru iry 15. A great pnpnlsr
demonslralloii will be made In ('baring
Cross in favor of the claim of Charles Brad
laugh to a seat in the House nf Common.
to which be was elect d from Northampton'
bore In March. Delegate! from I h Lon
don Workmen' Chili, and others, rapre
enting 4ini provincial town, will be pre
sent to quell any disorder that may arlae.
The Flank of F.ngland reduced the dll
eouut from 4 to .
UK A Pl.At'QH AXD THSOAIH,
LoNiniN, February 15, 2 p. M.-Brd-laugh,
In n speech al the meetingof Charing
Cross, iiiiiioihiccd If nothing was nienilond
In the Huns., of 'iimmon by 4 ,i'elo:k: this
afleriioon about the bill allowing members
lo make adu'iiiation who desire lo do su lu
slead of I .king tho usual Paii'.iinentsry
oath, he slioiild then take his scat In the
House. There Is a large crowd outside
Westminster Palaco yard gates, which are
Lisntix, February 15. -A Portuguese
squadron ia equipping to proceed to ths
west coast of Africa to take possession of
Melemho and Cabinda, near ibe Congo
Paris, February 15. The Committee of
the Chamber of Deputies at the meeting
yesterday lo consider lhe various bills re
lating to pretenders, through easting tho
vole of Mateon, reverted Floquet'a bill
prohibiting the presence In France or Al
geria of any member of former French
Di hi iv, February 15. It Is stated that,
at the hearing to-day of tha prisoners char
gd wiih conspiracy to murder, eve-wit-nesse
will depose that both Lord Cavendish
and Burke were suddenly seized from he
hind, and that thnv wrenched theinselvei
loose. It was thus that they were wounded
In thuir hacks as well a their breastt,
Sedalla, Mo., it to have a coip of letter
curriers in July.
The report of the death of Archbishop
MeCabe, of Ireland, la untrue. He it
Two fishing smack were Inst off Yar
mouth, Kngland, on Wednesday, and the
crews, numbering fourteen persona, ware
It Is stated that Count Cortl. Italian Am
biiMador lo Turkey, tins been Instructed to
ask satisfaction for the renewed inaults to
Italian olllclals In Tripoli.
The Kin? of Bavaria on Wednesday tele
graphed agner't relatives, begging them
to await his wishes In regard to the removal
.of the remain and funeral services.
In Minneapolis, on Wednesday, Swan
Hoorfson stabbed Albert Willger to the
heart with a imeki't knife. Neither are 12
years-old. The murderer wai arretted.
The steamer, Emma, owned by Ex-Qov.
MeCltirg, sank on Wednesday afternoon,
on the Osage, at the mouth of Maries River,
Mo. She was carried out by the freshet,
broken in two and Is a total loss.
Ilia now definitely settled that at leatt
four people went to their death in tho
wreck of the Cincinnati Southern Railroad
Depot, in Cincinnati on Tuesday, and the
probabilities are that a much greater num
ber lost their lives,
On Wednesday evening a collision occur
red! on theClnclnnatl Northern Railroad, be
tween Avondale Junction and Idlewlld, In
which John Roberts (colored (was Instantly
killed, and Isaac M. Knight, Russell H.
Manning, and Daniel Andrews, the laat s
well-knowu merchant, were seriously In
jured. nninaged hy lire.
Ci.vn.vi ATi, February 18. A Defiance,
O., special savs: A lire last night damaged
Flic klnger A Blair and F. A. B. Lave.
FKHRI'ARY 15. HOW.
CATTI.K N-iuly and fair demand; i
ports 'i Ima 25; good to choice shipping
JsVr5 lid; common to fuirf lr4 wis butchers'
ififir.'l HO: stockers . 1204 20.
Hi UiS-Faiiiy active; unchanged; VI JO
iav i 25.
TATTLE Export steers . 75Sfl; fair to
heavy native steers $4 Wr5 M; common to
medium native steers J4 2.Vii4 HO; Colorado
teers 45 2f, fair to good feeders $4 lOo
4 50, common to choice native uows and
heifers $.ior4 85, Southwest steer S3 75f3fl,
callawagsf.' 2.5f2 75.
Hous-strnng and demand active, main
ly from packers. Light, to good Yorkers
JH MHud Ml, good Balllmore JtlftOoMHO,
mixed to good packing Id 40fa)U 8(), butch
ers to iixlra Jfi)7lMrtHW, sklpa and culli
ifft Mm 20.
SHEEP tiood to fancy $4 7;V35 40,
medium to fair ijuYiMoU, tocker $2 75(3
3 50, Texan J.W4 .Ml.
lira lu. Etc.
WIIEAT-rnsetlled and lower at $1 00 V
Fcbruary; Jl O'o, March; l 10S April;
Jl 15 't May;l 14 1-2 June. r
'( iRN-1 rregular. closing wek at 57 1-S
February, 67 ' to '. March; 57't April; blH
May. m June, 01 July.
OATS-Firmer, closing at 3HV March:
.'iliH-H bid April; 41V May, 4UJuns.
Hog product stronger.
WHEAT Firm: February .11 12V !,
March $1 U'.to ' h. : Antil ! HI'. : Mav
fl I7t to I lHi June 1 KM. b.t.ltiiv
(I H) h. '
( OUN-Strong; February 55' to MX;
March 55 't to ho1; April 50 V to 5(1 i June
OATS-Firmer: February SHH: March
311'. bid; May 41', to 41V.
WHEAT Feverish and exclied: krawc
higher; very brisk speeulallvo trading;
.so. i i in ri in: .mi. z reu ee irtinrv
$ 2.V, ; March J tK)'ral 2u S ! April l 27
fna"; way si .'8',r2ii't ; April .fimwrrf
1 2S. .
CORN l higher and active: mixed
Weslern siol iirn'71 .
iiAis-vm higher: western 4rtf54:
No. 2; March Oitto'. AorUMr vs. u.v
fonnlry Prodnee, Etc.
BIT TER -Quote: Creamery-Oood to
choice ."MM, to.'ITWW for fancy selections.
Dairy t Imlce to fancy a!tfn):iu. occasionally
a shade more Is old lined In a small way;
iiur in goon .'iim ;s; meiiium to lair 'maw:
Miiiimon l lfn is. .Nortiiern Hoil iiuchangsd
-choice al 2l'ot'.'2, off grades range el
KOOS Again lower, the sales belnar
made at 2;ie for fresh; round lots could not
be placed at this price,
DRESSIID l'( d'LTRY Turkey l.Tofor
fair to l ie for choice: chickens i-Sfai so tnr
small and rough to ClraJ .'s) for good to fan
cy; (leyse (extremely dull) badly dressed
and small Mra? 4. fair 4.W5. ehol.-.taiui
octij I uck t.l for poorly dressed and small
to Jsl 75or 4 25 for choice.
AI'I'LIIS-Oenotlng at $2 ttir1 75 for
small sound to .Vn:i Xt tor choice do: Wll
loiv Tw br nml Winesati VJ 75rt. lo ts iAa
SfK; Hen Davis til ;,Vo 4,
Corn Old mixed teilv nt 7a naw
mixed steady ntlisttd. Wbcat-Old No. 9
spring tinner atttsoUt new No. i sprintr
Itrmer at H Hd i new white firmer at Ss id i
That Brown's Iron Bitters
will cure the worst case
of dyspepsia. .
Will insurea hearty appetite
and increased digestion.
Cures general debility, and
gives a new lease of life.
Dispels nervous depression
and low spirits. J
Restores an exhausted nurs
ing mother to full strength
and gives abundant sus
tenance for her child.
Strengthens the muscles and
nerves.cnriches the blood.
Overcomes weakness, wake
Keeps off all chills, fevers,
and other malarial poison.
Will infuse with new life
the weakest invalid.
37 Wjlker St., lUliimnre, DfC. IfSr.
Kor six years 1 huvis been a great
mflercr frmn Wood hisrase, lys.
so dcliiliuied th.it I rnuld not reuin
anytliinil on ui stomach, in l.iu,
life had almoM become a burden.
Finally, when hnj had almost left
me, my husband seeing IIkown's
I mon IiiTiiiSH advertised in the
?aper, induced me to (jive it a trial,
am now taking llie third bottle
and have not felt to well in ia
yean at I du at the present time.
Mr. L. F. OairriN.
Brown's IrvON Bitters
will have a better tonic
effect upon any one who
needs "bracing up," than
any medicine made.
Read and Circulate.
The Illinois Central It. It. Co.
Will sell any of Its remaining lands at one dol
lar .ot.tro iuss man tue present prices, rrom this
time ontll the first day of October. 14. Alter
that date the present prlrca will he restored. All
whorlealre to purchase should avail themselves of
this liberal offer at ooce. p. DAGGY,
Foi particulars Inquire of
Agts. for 1. U. It. It. Lands.
U O A L
D Stoves D
i "NT N
B Tinware). S
Shop on Hsllldny Avenue, betwuen r.iutth and
oiaiu oiruuia, Cairo, Illinois.
WAII kind i el light and heavy hlacksmlthlng,
wagon aud carriage work done In the mot wo.kl
maiillko maiinur. Il.irae-slioulng a specialty and
sstlfactlou guaranteed. '
NEW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
W TIIK CITY.
(JOOI)S SOLlTvKRY CLOSE
O. O. PA.T1KK fit CO..
Oor, Nineteenth street 1 fl.,:.., Til
Commercial A vaumif 'li U 0 ill
fLOUP GRAIN AND HA V
HWm t Cub Piie Paid for HXmU
new Westsra wlote Imer M 9e M
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