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THE C A TRO DAILY
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CA1KU ILLINOIS, IUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 15 1884.
Impurity of th
Mlood, Fever and
A (jiie, Malaria,
and all Disease .
ctsused by De
rangement of Liver, llowela and Kidneys,
TMPTOMB OP A DISEASED LITER.
Bad Breath; Pain in the Side, sometime the
pain It felt under the Shoulder-blade, mistakea fur
Rheumatism ; general lust of appetite ; Bowels
generally cottive, t'jmetimoa alternating with las;
the head it troubled with pain, it dull and heavy,
with considerable lou of memory, accompanied
with a painful urination of leaving undone something
which ought to have been done; a slight, dry cuugn - ,
and flushed face it sometimes an atiendant, often
mistaken fur consumption; the patient complaint
of weariness and debility ; nervous, easily startled;
iset cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation
of the skin exists; spirits are low and despondent,
and, although satisfied that exercise would be bene
ficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it in fact, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet
examination after death hat shown the Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
It should be used by all persons, old aad
young, whenever any of the above
Persons Traveling or Using In TJn.
healthy Localities, by uking a done occasion
ally to keep the Liver In healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria, lilllout attack, Dimness, Nau
sea. Drowsiness, Depression of Sprits, etc It
will Invigorate like a glast of wine, but Is no In
If Ton have eaten anything hard of
digestion, or feel heavy after meals, or sleep '
lass at night, take a dote and you will be relieved
Time and Doctors' Dills will be saved
by always keeping the Regulator
In the limine!
For, whatever the ailment my be, a thoroughly
safe purgative, alterative and tonlo can
never lie out of place. The rrmedy it harmless
and does not interfere with business or
IT 19 PCRELT VEGETABLE,
And haa all the power and efficacy of Calomel er
Quinine, without any of the injurious after effocta.
A Governor's Testimony.
Simmons Liver Regulator hat been in use In my
family for tome time, and I am satisfied it is a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J. Gill Shuhtes, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Aleiander II. fttephens, of Ga.,
sayt: Have derived some benefit from the use of
Simmons Uver Regulator, and with to give it a
"The only Thing that never falls to
Relieve." I have used many remedies for Dys.
peptia. Liver Affection and Debility, but never
nave sound anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmons Liver Regulator has. I tent from Mm.
ncsott to Georgia f or it, and would send further for
such a medicine, and would advise all who are tint
ilarly affected to give it a tn;il at it teems the only
thing that never fails to relieve
H M JanneT, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. W. Maeon sayai From actual ex
perience in the live of Simmons Liver Regulator in
say practice I have been and am satisfied to use
said prescribe it at a purgauve medicine.
&Take only the Genuine, which alwayi
bat on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. II. ZEIL1N CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRt'GGISTS
Q.EORGE H. LEACH, M D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
tnsnl of snrKical diseases, and diseases of women
OFKICK-On 14lb street, opposite tbe Post
office, Cairo, 111.
J)R. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
TAPOR, ELECTRO-VAPOR and MEDICATED
A lady In attendance.
)R. W. C. JCCFLYN,
OFTICK Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue
H. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornoi-No. 1M Commercial Avenue, between
Krvrtand NlMh Street
A Mew and complete Hotel, fronting o. l.eve.
Second and Railroad Streets,
Tbe Passenger Dpot of the Chicago, St. Loult
and Atm Orleans: Illinois Central; Wabaro, Ht.
Loots and Psclflc; Iron Mountain and Southern,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. Louis Railways
are all Just across the street: while tbe Steamboat
Landing Is bat one square distant.
This Hotel it heated by steam, has steam
Lasndry, Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Cull Bells,
Automatic Fire-Alarms, Baths, absolutely pure sir,
perfect sewerage and complete appointments .
Saperb furnishings; perfect service; and an ut
Lt. P. PARKER At f'iO.. lf-mme
136 &138 Com'l Ave.
have received a full and complete line
Ol new Fall and Winter
DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS,
Cloaks, Dolmans, Notions, Etc.
A heavy stock of Body Brussels, Taper
tries and Ingrain
A full slock of Oil Cloths, all tiros and prices.
rifivflSnnr Y. PnnU furninUn
A fulTand complete stock Is now betas
eloeed oat at great bargain.
AJU C3ds) a i Bottom Prtoewt
A NEW BROOM.
The New Chief of the Police Department
Showing His Zeal,
A HI Hani sy the My t'opa-lriinlastle
' ol all IteKrees Hauled in by the
Hrore-Wlll It Lost?
St Louis, Jan. 14. Since Si urday
nlnlit tot Kcur Court hs presented an
upiuuliy lively aopi'd. When the detect-'V.-g
met in the evening to ngti up Chief
Harridan dropped in, and io toe UnjfitaKe
of the ease-loving fly cops, read the riot
ant. He said that two robberies httd been
reported during tbe were, and be was
satisfied tiiat there were some danger
ous criminals in town, and he did
not jro-jose to ict them nay. To tonn
detec ive he gave the naraet and baunts of
several thieves and ordered them to arrest
tbe parties. To th rait of tbe force be
limply issued an order to clear tbe city of
suspected persons. Tbe recent rhauge In
tbe department has spurred the detectlvei
to action, and before 9 o'clock tbe pirol
belli began rl: In,', and for a few hours
tbe hoodlum wjgons were kept buiy an
swering calls from various portions ol Cen
tral and Third D.strleti. The move was a
tirpriia on tbe ih level, and yesterday
Turoitey O'Leary reported to
Capt. Fruoht that tbe Central
District bold over was carrying
forty. two prisoners. Last night a week
ago there were only eight persons ontbe
lists of tbe bold-over. Tbls morning tbe
crowd of crook were marched out of tbe
sells and stood tn line while tbe detectives
"sized up every mug," o that any one
especially wanted might not etsape on
vagrancy execution, which usually Implies
ou y 1 "leavini town. " When the prison
er! were assorted tbe chief made a person
al lovtttlgaiioo into tbecaeei presented for
bis consideration. Winn any of tne men
could abow be was earning an benest living
and steadily erap loyed be was allowed to go
wlib a warning that be could not aoclat
witb suopected parties without laying him
self luble to arrest al any time.
Tbe saddest feature of tbe raid on tbe
room was presented at tbe Four Courts
tbn morning, when the motherland sitters
of toe local thieves called on l be Cblef to
intercede for their sons and brothers. Tbe
same auswer was made to all of them, "If
your sou Is a tblef, madam," said tbe
Cblef, "be can't live In St. Louis, but if
bMi willing to work and abandon bis ts
socittlons be will uot be Interfered with."
Many of tbe prisoners were released, but
a long line of crooks was marched into tbe
First District Police Court.
The following were charged with va
Ed. Davis, continued to 16ih.
Emma Allen, fined 1500 but stayed until
p. m. to leave town.
Kate Thomas, due $600 but granted t
stay to leave town.
August Mazone, fined 500; stayed to!
Thomas Sheaban, alias Shields, fined tfOO
and given hours.
Theodore Washington, $M0; stayed until
Tbos. McCartney, continued tolStb.
Peter Col g to was fined $100, but granted
stay till 6 p. O. Paddy Sullivan, $25, and
in default went to the Work Iloute. Tbey
were charged with Idling.
John Hoffman was fined $10 and Fred
Hyde $25 for trespasilng, and went to th
Work Houte in default.
Capt. W. P. Horrlgan called at tbe Four
Courts to-day at the request of Chief Har-
rigan. In t&e bold-over be was Introduced
to (evert! prisoners, and, among others, to
James High'!"! whom he Identified aa an
old acquaintance. A few nights ago Capt.
Horrlgan was on bis way borne, Twenty
second and Olive streets, wben be was
stopped by two men who pointed a revol
ver at blm and ordered him to throw up bis
bauds. Though considerably surprised
tbe Intended victim delivered a straight-from-the-sboulder
blow and kuscked the
robber down. Hi partner took to bis
beelt and was followed by the prostrate
blgbwalman as aoon as he could regain bis
feet. Higglns was arrested Saturday night
and positively ideo lined by Captain Horrl
gan wbo swore out a warrant charging blm
witb attempted robbery.
During 1SS3, 4,(H persons cuuimttied
suicide In Paris.
Leonardo Ulai mo killed a fellow IuIInii
at Erie, Pa., altera brief alternation, on
Tbe Catholics of England are about to
etejl a cathedral in WestinUmter, Lou. Ion,
to com 500,000.
Four member of tbe Salvation Aruiv
were arrested In Paterson, N. J., on Sun
day while parading the atreets.
Edward Greaves wm waylaid aud iuui
dered near Crystal Springs, Miss., on bin
way home on Saturday night.
The Austrian Government bas founded
an art school at Rome, mainly for tbe
study of mediaeval art and of theRena.lt
sance. El Mabdi demands 2,000 ransom for
five nuna and four priests whom he ho ds in
captivity. Tbe Australu Consul is asking
tbe merchant of Cairo to subscribe tbe
Fonad Near eti. McClellan'a Real
dear. Newark, N. J., Jan. U. Delmoulco'
body was found by two boys near General
McOlollan's residence. It bas been full
Identified. Tbe body exhibited no mark
ANOTHER DI8TA TCH,
New York, Jan. 14, The following dis
patch explain It self i
OKANtrK, N. J., Jan. 14. J. ('. Buhonek.
An Broadway, N. Y. Found Delmouiuo'k
body on North field avenue. Come out
qiiiok-(8lgoed) McCHESNKY. Chief ol
Intereedos; Evldeaea la m SI.
St. Louis, Jan. 14. -The Sbenuit will
case I atlll on la Judge Adam' court.
Among th intertitlng witnesses was Dr.
Stoekle, who stated that aid Shenult had
onoe visited hits add told him that he bad
engaged Lawyer W. B. H. Russell to draw
up his will upon on occasion. Tills was
accomplished, and th document wan
placed In an antelope and filed away by
Shenult, who next day read It over care
fully and waa atonlbd and pained to
discover that It oantalnad a bequest of
11,000 to W. M. M. Bttwall, wMe. b ka4
Hied." Tholr reply It that I rnu t make a
place. Oan't do tbat, however, except by
ditmlftslug men that I have already Hp
pointed. "Are tbe Missouri member alone the
"Yes There are several Missouri nvn
still waiting here, and Hatch and B.uues
bsve each a man yei to provble tor, and
tbey are putblng them, too. "
"But Hatch bas a Cintinittee. nv
doesn't be aptoint bjt mnn clerk o( I he
'B:es you, be has a'ready appointed a
Misiour.an, a farmer from ht dutr'ct,
e erk to thai committee. ' '
nelegale lo i'hleaju.
VVasiuncton, Jan. 14, Amonsj tht per
sons menlionedat pottlble de.egstet to ;he
National Republican Convention at Chica.'O
are R G. Innersoll, Frederick Doui;ia, A.
M. Ciapp, U. S. Laws. Prof. Gregory an I
Richmond, Mo., Jan. 14. Abom t:3
on Friday night Anderson and Felix ll n -drix,
brothers, went to tbe farm of Jim
Hatfield, about three miles from Taltsville,
in Ray county, and itiiumoned blm to come
out. Hatfield opened his front door, wht-n
tbe Hendrix brothers opened fire wlfVi their
revolvers, but failed to bit tbelr man, wbo
shut tbe door and went for his arsenal.
After the siege the wild men from Tails
vllle galloped off. Hatfield pursued on
foot and soon overlook bis would-be tiav
er., when both parties opened Oro. Hut
field fired five timet aud the Hnilrlx
brothers more tban a dozen timet, but to
far as known no one was hurt, Saturday
morning Hatfield aud other parties got out
warrants for tbe Hendrixet and succeeded
In arresting Felix. The cause of tbe
trouble dates back several months. Felix
at one time worked for Hatfield and suc
ceeded in alienating tbe affeotions of bis
employer's wife, wbo obtained a divoroe
and a few days afterwards married Hen
drix. Hatfield it a highly repeated clti
ten, while tbe Hendrix brothers are not so
wall iboughi of.
Stabbing a Teaeber.
Whebli.no, W. Vs., Jau. 14. -Specials
from tbe interior state thtt at West Fork,
Calhoun county, a man named Winner
ttabbed the school-teacher tn the left breast.
Tbe latter will die. Winner was Jailed.
rOOLI.NG WITH A HEVOLVKR.
Three boys In Upscbur county were fool
ing with a revolver, wben it was suddenly
discharged, killing James Xeshttt.
BCRNKD TO A CR18P.
Olie Keiter, of Fayette county, while
warming a, a grate, caught ber t'ress on
fire and was burned to a crisp,
Washington, Jan. 14 .Information
received here indicates that either
Col. Funstone or Eugene Wise will
be nominated by tbe Republicans to
succeed Haskell of Kansas. Tbe Republicans
of that disttictarea good deal disturbed,
however, by tbe prospect of Democratic
success, and mtmbera from tbe Stale id
mit tbat the Democrati have very good rea
son to bope for success. Both Funstone
and Wise represent Haskell's views on tbe
tariff and tbe nomination of either would
add to tbe Democratic strength.
6 bo I Dead.
Americos, Ga., Jan. 14. At a gather
ing at the residence of William Perdue, an
altercation between Jealous rivals took
place, in which Boyd Williams shot Wm.
THE KILLER.) VS tXASSAS.
Pnblie Sentiment StrooaTly Favor Cap.
Lkavkswortr. Ki. Jan., 14. Walter
Jones, of the Slate penitentiary, said to
day that a strong pressure It being brought
to bear oh tbe Governor to ttgn tbe dentb
warrant of Pierce and Rood, tbe murder
ers of McMillan In Emporia. Tbey were
tramps wbo met McMillan -working on tbe
railroad. They asked blm for a chew of
tobacco, and wben he waa giving It to them
knocked him down, and, though be cried,
"for God's sake don't kill me," they beat
blm to death and took bit money. Tbey
were tried and convicted, and on two oc
casions narrowly etcaped lynching. There
tt a strong feeling against tbera, as the
murder was one of the most cold-blooded
ever committed in Kansas. Twenty-nine
murderers are now In tbe State penitentiary
under sentence of death, but tbe law leaves
tne signing of the death warrant opilonal
witb tbe Governor, and there bat been no
execution In the State for fifteen years.
Public sentiment Is settling strongly in fa
vr of capital punishment.
M TT S TRI AL.
Iiiipaoelliis; the Jury-How the Prison
er Lookeil In ibe Dock.
Pittsburg. Pa., Jan. 14. The trial of
Jas. Xutt for killing Dukes was commenced
this morning In tbe Criminal Court before
Judge Stowe. Two hourt before the open
ing ofjthe Cour t tbe corridors.tnd stairway
leading to tbe court room were literally
packed. Young Xutt was examined by
Dr. Riggt. wbo will probably be called as a
wltneii. Of course be declines to give
an expression of tbe objeot of hit visit and
tbe result. Tbe Court wat called to order at
10:30 o'clock, and after the counsel and
Jtirort were seated the crowd outside was
admitted, tnd in five mlnutet tbe room wm
crowded to repletion tnd the doort dosed.
Tbe prisoner was then brought In and took
bis seat tn the dock. He was dressed In a
plain black suit an 1 looked pale from bis
long confinement, but composed. Tbe
prisoner was arraigned In due form, ami
tnswered firmly, "Not guilty." Out
of tbe panel of sixty Jurors only tlx failed lo
answer to their nnm i. Tbe work of Im
paneling tbe Jury was then commenced.
A bouquet from thk oaixkry.
At 1:80 this afternoon forty Jurors bad
been examined and four accepted. No ad
journment wat taken for dinner. While
one Juror wat quettioned, a large bouquet
wat tent down from the gallery and pliiced
on a table In front of Nutt. Before tbe pa
per wat removed Judge Stowe said:
' 'Tbera must b none of tbat. If I obscrvo
nypersonbrlnglng bouquet Into the court
room, I will have tbera committed." The
bouquet remained In the paper and the ex
amination wai continued.
MITT'S MOTHER AND 8I9TER.
PlTTSBCRO, Pa., Jan. 14. At 2 p.m.
ten Jurort bad been accepted and tbe panel
wat exhausted, after wbloh the court took
a recess until S o'clock, to allow tbe Sheriff
io summon tufflclent taletmen to complete
Mrs. Nutt and daughter, Llicle, have ar
rived In the olty, but were not present at
Hoa. Dan Vorheei, af eountel for th
4etoiM, kM Mt yet arrtf4.
WAiHUOTOts J. ItV-Dawet pre
senttd a aeaawflMta behalf of tbt etiab
'Itbnttntof utavtatrtal eobool at Sitka,
Senator Vert pweented a petition from
Henry AmeeAOe,, tad other buuie
men of SI. latnJa engagsd In tbe meal
packing bnitani, paying legislation to pro
tect tbelr lateieetl against tbe un)u' pro
hibition praotlaad la Germany aud Franc
In regard lo tbe Importation of Anu rictn
Among the bill Introduced were tn fol
lowing By Senator Aldrlch to provide fir
tbe exchange of four per cent, bondt lor
three per centtj by Senator Beck to extend
tbe time payment of tax on distilled tplriit
in bonded warehouses; also to prohibit the
Secretary of tbe Treasury from purchasing
bitmis of tbe United elates above par
II. McCall for the repeal of all laws
and pant of laws prohibiting the pension
ing of wounded soldiers without proof of
f"n:itor Cockre'l introduced a retolutlon
wluei was agreed to, culling upon the Sec
rMry of the Treaiurjr for Information as
to tbe amount of gold eoln and bullion de
posited auri exchange for silver certificates
sine IS7S, and the reasons for the refusal
or urh exchauge, It any bad been re
Ti.e Si nitte then proceeded to the elec
tion of a President pro tem. Senator
Micrm tn moved that Senator Anthony be
elected to that office. He slated tbat tbe
Sen itor from Rbode Island bas oocupled a
peat tbe longest In tbe Senate of any gentle
m m around blm. "He has," said Sena-
tor Sherman, 4,been five timet elected
in bis State as a member of this body many
tinie el cted by common consent President
pro tent, o' the (senate. He bas faithfully
discharged the duties of tbe office. I
think it will be a graceful act to eleot blm
uminlinouslv President pro tem.
"Without dissentli.g," said Senator
Pendleton, "as to tbe qualifications, lu
teal ity, ability, or patriotism of tbe irentle
man named in tbe resolution, I move to
Mrik" out the name and Insert tbat of Sena
Tbe amendment was rejected without de
bate and tbe original resolution agreed to.
Scna'ir Anthony thanked tbe Senate for
the Imnor conferred upon him, It was not
entirely unexpected, auu It would be use
le .'it hiui to deny tbat acceptance of it
would give bim great pride and pleasure;
butxhe state of bis health forbids him to
aft-time auy labor or care, which be can so
constantly avoid. Although be would
not hesitate to undertake tbe duty, even at
the Kuorificj of bis bealtb, if be thought be
could perform it, yet thought It no shirk
ing of duty to decline tbe office so many
Hcn tior can till with eaual advantages to
the Senate end country, therefore, with
bcsrtovcifl. wi ig with gratitude and kind
ness, b-- mum respectfully deollne.
Senator Bayard crossed over and
sbo.i'h bands with Senator
ShiT-ian. and said th"'5' ' ! : in vacancy in
the ntft:-e no further actiuu ta necessary.
Sena or Edmunds said the Cbalr agreed
with the .Senator that their was no vacancy
In tbe ofrt"" but tbe Senator was aware of
the reso ution to proceed to the election of
President pro tem. Senator Sherman
rnu ed th,-t further proceedings In connec
lion with i the election be dispensed with.
"N' i, no," cried Ransom and several ttther
Democrat. A nort debate followed.
Then Sherman renewed his morion to elect
Senator Bayard moved to strike out tbe
name and Insert that of Pendleton. Re-Jert-d,
Edmunds was re-elected bv a vote
of 81 to 24. Senator Edmunds tubscrloed
to tbe oath and tbe Secretary was directed
to Inform tbe President and House of tbe
action of tbe Senate.
Cincinnati. O., Jan. 14. John San
ford, a prominent banker of Covington, is
an intimate friend of Carlisle, lays he bas a
letter from the Speaker and positively de
aling to allow bis name to go before the
caucus for United States Senator.
Washington, Jan. 14. The ra icus of
Republican Senatort tbia morning to
select a Vice-President pro tem didn't
reach a conclusion. It is probable the
matter will come up before the Senate In
open session early this afternoon,
Washington, Jan. 14. Under the
ru es the Speaker proceeded to call tbe role
of States for bills. Joint resolutions for
reference and bills came pouring In as on
former rail days. They are mostly private
bills of unimportant character. Among the
most prominent Is that of Bedford,
(Colorado,) to promote tbe public welfare
by cheapening transportation of railroads,
Krsjely assisted by Government bonds. The
bill proposes to reduce the freight charges
of all roads bu.lt by tbe Government 50
per cent, rcfeirml t the Committee on
Tbe vfUsonrl Member.
Washington, Jan, 14. The Joint reso
lutions of tbe Missouri Legislature asking
the Missouri members tu Congr is to tup
port a bill granting pensions to veterans of
tlio Mexican war was preseuted in the
House to-day. The general Impression Is
that this bill will pass botb Houses this ses
sion. The sentiment In tbe House is very
strung tn lit favor, while tbe Senate bas
several officers of tbat war as members.
O'NKIIX INTRODUCED A BILL.
in the House this afteruoon, donating Crrve
Coeur Lake lo the city of St. Louis for a
paik for the special benefit of the laboring
clasei'i of that city.
Two Missouri members introduced
bills to-day giving ftee postage for all
Tbe resolution of the MiMouri Legislature
asking that the natural features of Yellow
stone Park be protected fron destruction
by visitors wa pretented In the House and
Senate to-day; also a retolutlon by the snnic
body placing talt on tbe free list.'
O'Neill renewed hit fight favoring tbe
Mississippi River to-day by introducing a
resolution for a change of the rules of the
House, eo tbat all matters pertaining to that
river will go to the Committee on the
Mississippi River, Instead of the River and
Harbor committee, at heretofore.
Washington, D. C, Jan. 14. -Col.
Clarke, Clerk of the Houte, tayt he Is still
t good deal pressed by applicants fornlfl te,
, and tbe tact thai be bat filled all pines In
his office long e1oeedoea not appear to
have tbe tllghtett effect on the members
who come to blm and latitat upon the ap
pointment of tbelr maa. I tay to theiu, "
be tald, In talkie of tbe fact thlt morning,
'that I hav M ylaeat taet the ere)
not tny Intention of making, i Another en
terprising wltneet wat Dr. Otto C. Meyer, :
who wat remembered la Sbtnult't will to
the extent of $100.. The doctor wbo at
lended th old gentleman up to within two
months i f bit decease, teatlfled that he
considered him to be tane, but was tome
what dazed wben tx-Gov. Jobnson pulled
a letter upon witness which the latter bad
written, offering to unify that Shenult wat
insane but s'ating that It would be worth
VsK) for him to testify to that effect. Dr.
M, 'yei- stated tbat at the time he wrote the
letter he considered thedecea-ed gentleman
insane but that be bad changed hit mind
since. The case , will probably reach
the argument stage by to-morrow evening.
thk czar' SArrrr.
Br. Pktrksburo, Jan. 14. Special pre
cautions hnve been taken for tbe safety of
the Czar (M ring bis sojourn in this city.
Tickets of idniittlon to tbe state ceremonies
are to be rigidly icrutlnUed before ti.e
holders are kdmltted. It it reported I bat
tbe chief of Niqiljati bat recently been tbe
companion of a number of Irltbtnea from
London, wbo vaniabed from tbat city after
receiving a letter from St. Petersburg Hat
ing tbat ihs Czar and Czarevitch mutt b
aOANDAL IN HIOH tlrg.
Berlin, Jan. 14. Prinoett Marl An
na, wife of Frederick Charles, nephew
of tb emperor, wbo recently left her hut
band and took refuge witb her family on
aooount of prince 't alleged Indiscretion with
a lady of the court of Empresi Augutta,
still declines to return to Berlin. The
Emperor William bat refused to permit tbe
scandal of a divorce case, but bat arranged
for a separation, tbe terms of wbloh are
mutually agreed to by botb partlet,
TURKISH MARINE DltASTIR.
Hong Koso, Jtn. 14. Newt of a ter
rible dliaster at tea It Just received bare.
The coasting steamer Hwaynen wat drlvtn
atbore and wrecked on tbe Hie Sban It
lands oft the Cliluete ooatt between Shang
hai and Foo Chow. Tbe vettel bad a large
list of pan-enger. Tbe latest report give
the number of pastengere drowned at two
hundred. Most of the unfortunate! were
nativet. Tbe vessel Is a total wreck.
THK KAiTBRN SITUATION.
Paris, Jan. 14. A Urge body of plratei
at licked Namnedab on January lit, and
aftei a severe flgbt,durlng wbloh many were
killed, succeeded in pillaging tbe place.
The enemy attacked Batang, but was re
pulsed with heavy lot. It It rtperted
tbat tbe Chinete army la advanolng on
Bac Nlnb with tbe Intention of aiding In
tbe defense agalntl the attaekt under
TUB OVKKDUK CKLT1C.
QuKENsrowN, Jan. 14. Ton overdue
steam, r of tbe White Star Line wat
signalled off thli port at ten tbit morning
in the tow of tbe steamer Brltanlo, of the
Dublin. Jan. 14. Tub Natlonallit meet
ing announced to be held at the Black
Lion, near Tullamare, King' county, Ire
laud has been proclaimed.
Wh bat January . il 04; February
; March $108H; April 1
Mav 1-1 VAX.
CoitN January ; February 62H;
March HUM; Muv66K.
Oa i' a January 4u; February 40 X;
March il, May 43t.
Cattlk bccwipu 8.000; tteady;
ex port 10 lOtoo 75 1 goou to cnoto
shipping quoted al M 40r&d00; common
lo lair (a , butchers O ;
IKKiv-Ueoeiutsill.OOO; quite and slow;
light at J4 7o06 W; rou'b packing
d Mdi 60, heavy packing and (hipping
15 iWioti 20.
vt'HSAT-January 00; February 90JgfV
;Marc,ba 00 X ; Mav 1 07KjJune
Corn January 53; February B3H;
MsrcbaaJi; May 6o; June .
Oats -January 82 V; February 82 H(
Maich .Vl'i; May 87.
Cau lk Exporters W 30rfl 80; roitd
to heavy do io 7iVcW 25; light to fair $5 10 4
6 SO; common to medium 4 Wtb 00; fair
lo good Colorado WOUfSJ tk); southwest S3 7j
tf5 50; gra Texans 3,W.a00; light to
rood stoukers W Midi lb; fair to good feed
srsf'l 75tH 25; coiuinun to oboioe native
uiwt aud heifers W oa4 tio; toallawagt of
an kind t2 50S 00.
Hot) lleceipta 4,71)4 head: shipment!
2,063 head. Market unsettled, Pack
er! selling ai $5 40fa)6 00 for rough mixed:
and Yorkers steady at o40
Siikki'-Coturnon. medium and light WW
,-riM ;io; fair to good 3 6004 00; prime H 26
05 uo ; lair lo good Tex ant 2
Weaker aud lower for wheat, corn and
Whkat Tauuarv $101; February
$1 ()2X; March $104 : May $1 07KOX.
CORN-Jauuary 47 K; February e48K
March HI ; May 62; year .
OAii-,lanuaiv 82 ; February 88;
Match aa ( May 86, aud later ; year
Butter Creamery at 80032 to 84(936
tor selections, a shade more to atmall way;
seconds at 2502. Dairy at 34020
for choice to fanov, to 27 for selections;
fair Urrilrt; low "grade eVaiO. Poor w
choice m-ar-hy tn pailt 8015.
Eoos-Kecelpt 100 pkg- In fair de
mand and slow at 21fj.'2o(or good to oboioe
PoUi.TRY-Dressed, Spring ohlokeni
small 2r2 50; fair to choice. W 76Vt80w
choice .I 2o; Old chickens Cooks
mixed. il 75rai 00: hens, - i
lurkevt, 6u9 Ig dozen; according totlie,
ii hu,i .1 Mtvei.M oer lb. : tucks
W 60134 60; Oeese 67.
. t-. tp nAinls.
lower on all
Hone -Receipts, 6,752 bead; market
fair and 6 vent hither, telling at 60(3
5 70; bulk tales at $5 40OA 55.
V) beat and corn arrived dull. Wheat
te arrive dull aud heavy. Ooro
to arrive dull. Mark Lane Wheat
and corn dull. Country market quiet.
California wheat to arrive declined Id.
8pot wheat dull; No. i epringle Idi
No. 8 spring, none iu market; Wet ten
winter, 8 4d. Mixed weetera oora Ira
at bt (id. Deraaud from Ceatlatot aad
United Kingdom fair tor wheat tad fair
A MYSTERY OF TBB BEA3.?- .
THI FATS WHICH OVERTOOK THE "CITT
OF BOCTOH." CAPTATH MCRBA.T'8 TOEAI
A. few yean ago, tbe "City of Boetoo
tailed from harbor, crowded with aa ex
pectant throng of passenger bound for a
She never entered pott.
The myitcry ot her untimely end srrowi
deeper as tbe year! increase, and the At
lantic voyager, when the fierce wind howl
around and danger U imminent on every
band, ebudden as tbe name and mysterious
fata of that maniQcent vessel are alluded
Our reporter, on a recent visit to New
York, took lunch witb Captain George
Siddons Murray, on board the "Alaska,"
of tbe Guion line. Captain Murray ia a
man of stalwart build, well-knit frame and
cheery, genial disposition. lie bat been a
constant voyager for a quarter of a cenrory,
over half of that tituu having been in the
trans-Atltshtic service. In tbe course of tbe
conversation over tbe well-spread table, tbe
myetery of the "City of Boiton" wai al
"Yes," remarked the captain, "I tball nuvnr
forget tbe night we saw tbat ill-fated vessel.
I was chief officer of the 'City of Antwerp.'
On the day we sighted the 'City of Boston'
a furious southeast hurricane set in. ' Both
vessels labored bard. The ees teemed de
termined to wash away every vestige of
life. Wben day ended tbe gale did not
abate, and everything wai lashed for a
night of unusual fury. Our good ship wsi
turned to the south to avoid the possibility
of tce-bergt. The 'City of Boston,' how
ever, undoubtedly went to the north. Uer
boats, life-preservers aud rafts. were all se
curely lathed ; and when she went down,
everything went witb her, never to reappear
and) tbe sea gives up iti dead." ' J
"What, in your opinion, Captain, was the
cause of tbe loss of tbe 'City of Boston
"The 'City of Limerick,' in almost pre
cisely the titme latitude, a few days, later
touna tne sea run of floating Ice; and I
have no doubt the 'City of Boston' col
lided with the ice, and sunk immediately."
Captain Murray has been in command
of the 'Alaska' ever since she was put in
commission, and feels justly proud ol bis.
noble ship. She carries thousand of pass
engers every year, and has greatly popular
ized tbe Williams & Guion line. Remark
ing upon the bronzed and healthy appear
ance of tbe captain, tbe reporter said that
sea life did not seem tu be a very great
No! But a person's appearance, is not
always a trustworthy indication of bis phys
ical condition. For seven years I have
been in many respects very much , out of
sorts witb myself. At certain times I was
so lame that it was difficult for me to move
around. I could scarcely straighten up.
I did not know what the trouble was, and
though I performed all my duties regu
larly and satisfactorily, yet I felt that I
might some day be overtaken with some
serious prostrating disorder. These
troubles incieased. I felt dull and then,
again, shooting pains thrcugh my arms and
limbs. Possibly the next day I would feel
flushed and unaccountably uneasy and tbe
day following chilly and despondent. This
continued until last December, when I was
prostrated soon after leaving Queenstown,
and tor the remainder of the voyage was
a helpless, pitiful sufferer. In ; January
last, a friend who made that voyage with
me, wrote me a letter urging me to try a
new course of treatment. I gladly ac
cepted his counsel, and for the last seven
months have given thorough and business
like attention to the recovery of my natural
bealtb; and to-day, I bavo tbe proud satis
faction of saying to you tbat the lame
back, the strange feelings, the sciatic
rheumatism which have so long pursued
me, have entirely disappeared through the
blood purifying influence of Warner's Safe
Rheumatic Cure, which entirely eradicated
all rheumatic poison from my system. In
deed, to me, it seems that it has worked
wonders, and 1 therefore most cordially
"And you have no troutle now in ex
posingyourself to thewiudsof the Atlantic!"
"Not tbe least. I am as sound at a bulv-
let and I feel ipecially thankful over tbe
fact because I believe rheumatic and kid
ney disease is in the blood of my family.
I was dreadlully shocked on my last ar
rival in Liverpool to learn tbat my brother,
wbo is a wealthy China tea merchant, bad
suddenly died of Brigbt's disease of tbe
kidneys, and consider myself extremely for
tunate, in having taken my trouble in
time and before any more serious effects
The conveisation drifted to other topics,
tnd as the writer watched the face before
bim, so strong in' all its outlines and yet so
genial, and thought of the innumerable ex
posures and hardships to which its owner
had been exposed, be instinctively wished
11 who are suffering from the terrible
rheumatic troubles now so common might
know of Captain Murray's experience and
the means by which he had been restored.
Pain it a common thing in this world, but
far too many endure it when tbey might ,
juit ss well avoid it. It is a false philoso
phy which . teaches us to' endure when we
can J us tu readily avoid.' Bo thought the
hearty captain ot the 'Air-ska,' so thinks,
tbe writer tind so should al! thets think
who desire haplness and long life, i