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A Houtehold Article for I'nlersal '
!For Scarlet and
Pox, Measles, and
all Contaa-lnu Disease. Penom wailing on
the Sick should uu it freely. Scarlet Fever hat
Dcyer wen Known 10 spread where llw Kuld wu
ud. Yellow Fever hat been cured wilh it after
black vomit had taken place. Tli wor.t
Case of Diphtheria yield to It.
fevered and Sick Per-
PITTING of Small
A niemhert)f my fam
ily was taken with
Small -poa. I used the
Fluid ; the patient wu
not delirious, was not
pitted, and was about
the house again in three
weeks, and no other
had it. -J. W. Pak
son refreshed and
lied Sore prevent,
ed by battling with
Impure Air made
harmless and purified.
For Hore Throat it u a
For Frpitted Vert,
(toft White Complex
Ion tecured by iu use.
hip Fever prevented.
To purify the Breath,
Cleanse the Teeth,
it can't bo surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
Hums relieved intuntiy.
The physician here
use Drbvs Fluid very
irrtente. j cured.
Wottud healed rap.dly. ment0, D,'phlhtrit,
Bounry cured. I A. STOLL.Vrw.r,r
An Antidote for Animal c.r,n.km it.
or Vegetable Poisons,
I used the Fluid during
our present affliction with
Scarlet Fever with de
tided advantage. It it
hvlispentaMe to the sick
oom, Wst. F. Saxd
0d. Eyrie, Ala.
Tetter dried tip.
I' leer purified and
In cane of Death It
should be used about
the corpse It will
prevent any unpleas
The eminent Phy.
IrUn, J. MARIOS
SIMS, M. V., New
York, says: " I am
convinced Prof Darby
Prophylactic Fluid is a
I Scarlet Fever I
Vanderbilt ttnive.-slty, Naahvllle, Tenn.
I testify to the most excellent qualities of Prof.
Darbys Prophylactic Fluid. As a disinfectant and
detergent it is both theoretically and practically
upenor to any preparation with which I am ac
quainted. N. T. Litton, Prof. Chemistry.
Darby Fluid Is Recommended by
Hon. Alkxandir H. orimam, of O org.aj
kev. C'has. F. Dew, D.D., Church of the
Strangers, N. V.;
ius. LaCoT, Columbia, Prof , University ,S.C.
:ev. A. J. Baitl. Prof .Mercer University:
Kev. Gnu. F. Pikkci, Bishop M. E. Church.
INDISPENSABLE TO EVERY HOME.
Perfectly hatmlets. Used internally or
esternally- for Man or liea,t.
The Fluid Iks been thoroughly testetl, and we
fcavt abundant evidene that it ha done everything
here claimed. K fuller informatioa gel of your
Drufgist a pamphlet or tend to tne proprietors,
J. H. ZEIUN CO.,
Manufacturing Chemists. PH 1 1 AfctLPH I A.
fJIHE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking Business
NTERPRiSE SAVING HANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
CAIRO. IX. LS.
. BRO88, President.
P. NiKF, Vice Prei'nt
T. J. Kerth, Art't cash
F. Bros..... Ca'ro I Wltlltm Hints). .Cslrt
Pater Neff ..... Wllllsm Wolf.... "
C. M Osterloh " I C. O. Patiur. ....... "
I. A. Bnder " I H. Wnll
J. Y. damson, Caledonia.;
AUMERA'. BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Exchange sold and bought. Iutore.it paid It
the Saving Department. Collect lou made and
all hnitnsM promptly attended to.
"0ALLIDAY BROTH KRIS.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAT
HlchMt Cub Prle Paid for Whet
g 3 rV g IT'S
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AN INNOCENT GIRL
Betrayed into a Suffering and Sorrow
Mai to aa litaase Aajrlnna lo strtsmil
Hrr 'lly, V Hie II r Hear lira
Itcatrojrttr 4iea NpoII Vror.
Nkw Yohk, Jan. 21. A tl casu of in
aulty, uituard by unreqiiilteil love, wa
brought Wore Justice Welti" at V.-rx
Market. , .Sladen, a pretty flaxen-
baireil girl. 18 year old. itooil ln f.ue thi
MajfiMrate, preeniiii a pitiful Mirht. H. r
blonde hair bun down upon her Hliouldrtt.
almost hiding her face, while ber hlue py. a
parklfd with mi unutul lustre. Mie
tuttnied tiutioUKoloiu of what wan guiiii.' on
uhout hir, and ulie would raite ber head
and try out: "Oh. Uiiry, I forgive you
for your falsrne. I forgivo tl .at crul
world !nr. ' Mrs. Nibabfii. of No. VM
Eldrldgu attcet. with whom Oitra lived, told
the Justice the titory of the poor girl's mix
fortune, ishe said Olsra came to thin eutin
try about two year azo and earned her
living ai a governeHs arid ehl drens' c im
panlon. She bud no ftl-in Unr relativ',
but wa apparently happy and llitht
hearted. In the early part of the pait yrr
bt met a German youth who
1'KOf KHSRD OKKAT LOVK
for ber. Thetwopent their leisure tim
togetbar, and Oiga'a great delight wai lo
refei to the near approach of ber wedding
day. For tome reaaoa or ot ber the young
lover' ardent affection waned, and about a
month before Christinas last be ceased lo
visit ber, but sent a letter, taylug, tbat the
put had been but the effusion of tilly
youth. Tne letter caused a profound
change in the girl. She became morose,
and thortly after confessed to Mr. Sebab. r
tbat she had been betrayed and was ahoui
to become a mother. A home wa offered
ber and the gave up ber position and lived
in a secluded manner at the borne of her
benefaciiiss. She grew very pale and
strangely worse, so niucli so tbat the medi
cal aid of Dr. DuKowkowskl was called.
WHK.N HER CHILD WS BOH.V
It was dead. This cotnpleteiytsbatteredjber
mind. Her affection for tne dead ehild Is
described aa tour-Mug In the extreme, and
It was with difficulty that she could be In
duced to patt with It and allow Its burial.
Hr days after tnis were spent In calling
upuu ber heartless lover and ber dead
child. At first she was quite docile, and
Mrs. -jcbaber was loth to have ber put in
to an axylum in hopes tbat she would re
cover, but treatment proved futile and it
was deemed advisable to bave ber sent to
the Itiaml. Justice Welde was much af
fected by the story and committed ber to
the care of the Commissioners of Charities
and Correction. As she left the room she
threw ber arms about the neck of the of
KISSED IIIM AFFECTIONATELY
upon tne cheek, and affectionately address
ed him s her lover. "Good bye, Henry,"
she called out to him In sweet tones.
"Good-bye. You hare treated me barsb,
hut I forgive you and will never cease to
love you. "
Htaalna; ftloe (lie Celt ftanp.
Boonvillk,Mo. , Jan.pi. Jobn Brown,
an o d citixen of this place, has been miss
log since the eold map and It is supposed
that be froe to death, aa the thermometer
stood 82 degrees below zero at the time.
All search has proved unavailing so far.
Ol'TNIDK TICKET OFFICE.
The ProssrUlor of lb Palmer flonae
Bulldoaed Into ssn t'npleaa-
Chicagu, Jan. 21. An unlooki-d-foi
and most rr niarkahl feature baa been add;
ed to the outside ticket-office sliuatiou,
which baa upset all calculations, and may
have a marked Influence In tbe final dispo
sition of tblperplexlng matter. In May tbe
proprietor of the Palmer House refused to
renew the lease of the hotel tloket-offlce
hrld by Joseph C'outboul, upon whom tbe
C hicago railroads were united is the proper
man lor the position. In his s'ead George
Frank was Installed. Mr. Frank was
Inexperienced, aud all but four withdrew
their tickets, establishing G'otithoul at No.
4? Monroe street In a union offl'-, Frank's
lease at the Pa mer bouse will expire May
1, and. through Secretary Byrne, of tbe
Chicago 1'asseuger Agents' Aisociation, a
majority of the roads requested Mr. Palmer
to reinstate Mr. Coutboui. Mr. Palmer re
plied tbat he would under no circumstan
ces rent the office to tbe former agent,
and bis decision was accepted as final.
Tbe eastern roads, with the exception
of two, thereupon voted to abolish all
outside ofbees, and the hotel proprietor
were presented with tbe unpleasant pros
pect of a discontinuance of their ticket of
fices, with the consequent discommoding
of their guests.
Saturday, railway circles were somewhat
startled by tbe report tnat Mr. Palmer bad
receded from bis position and bad consent
ed to a reinstatement ot Mr. Coutboui. In
quiry resulted In tbe discovery tbat tbe re
port was true and that the lease was signed
to take effect May 1.
There is now a question whether the eas
tern roads tbat voted to abolish the outside
offices will not reconsider the matter. It ii
generally accepted, whatever their action,
that their tickets will find their way into the
office as of yore.
A ICi CAPTAIN'S WATER HAUL.
Tate Captain of the Lllo-Savlng Rervleo
' ol Cap May Dlaappolntea lis
Ills Ureas Expectation.
Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 21. The ex
traordinary suit for breach of promise for
marrtage by Capt. George Hildroth against
Mrs. 8ophla Chlll, the widow of Thomas
E. Cablll, the millionaire president of lb?
Knickerbocker Ice company, who loft
a quarter of a million to found a Roman
Catholic high school, has come to an abrupt
end. The case was set dowo for trial be
fore Judge Elcock, who happened to be a
trustee of the Cahlll fund, for to-morrow.
John J. Rogers, counsel for Mrs.
Cahlll, went lnta the court Saturday,
laid tbat tbe suit bad been arnica
bly adlusted, and asked that a discontinu
ance might be entered. The suit was mark
ed off the' record as discontinued. The
costs were put upon the plaintiff. Hlldreth,
t whose request, made privately, the step
wu taken. Hlldreth is the captain of the
llfe-svlng service at Cape May. He It
about AO yean - ot age, wrinkled
and" ' gray-hatred. He alleged
that ha first met Mrs. ' Cahlll at
Cap May during the lifetime ot her hus
band. At Mr. Cahlll' death. Mn. Ca
hlll stopped going to Cape May, and spent
btr summer at Atlantic Cltf. Hlldreth
want to see her. Mrs. Cahlll stayed at a
hbjb-priesd cottage kept by Mr.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS TUESDAY
JoepbinB West. Hlldreth fr quently
went walking and driving with her. He
cli'.cltred, that upon one of these occasions
he ked ber to be his wife and
that she consented, ltelying upon these
promiset.lbe said, be spent more than ti.OW
in making Improvements to a oott;e at
Capo May. Hlldreth rolled upon Mr. Wrst
for his case, but ber testimony disappnintml
mm. Mrs. C'aliill denied the whole thing.
aud Hildreth has hacked out. Mis. Cahill
lives in elegant style on West Wa'nut street.
ovsmt Hat, I.. I., .Itn. S4. The ex
amination of thi prisoners In tlin Mayliee
all 1 1 Towiiseiid r.H''S liai been poilinueil
Tnssr-ss W, ills ( ramp.
Jimu-a, I.. I., .Ian. Jl.-Ldnnin d S.
I'.ippa'i ,th irconfraod accesviryjto the
murder of Mr. Mavbee anil d iu;'hter,' ol
ibe ulghl of November 7 L Is last, was
brought iuto court handcuff -d. )!. looked
very dejected and very nervous. - He had
been in couii but a Few minutes when be
was siezt-d with cramps and rolled off bis
i hair In rrat arnnv. When he bad some
what recovered the district attorney asked
an adjournment, the commonwealth not
being fully prepared to procped with the
trial. An adjournment was granted, until
Wednesday. The name of tbo woman sus
pected of aiding In the murders has not yet
been made known.
WRM U OX THE WABASH.
Fitly PRana"T More or Injnrerl
A Broken Kail.
SUi'ON, Mo., Jan. 21. The . Wabash
"Cannon Hall" train, due here at 3:40 this
morning, struck a broken rail three miles
i.orth of town, wrecking tbe sleeping ctr
and two coaches. Of the fifty passenger
in these cars none escaped injury. So far
but one death is reported, that of a child.
TriK 8ERIOCSLY INJCRRD.
Macon, Mo., Jan. 21. In the wreck on
the Wahah the following pwties were ser
Mrs. Fannie Tall man of (ileuwood. hurl
In the bead and face.
Frank Snaver, from Virginia, on his way
to Oituinwa, hurt In back and head.
Delia Tallmau, Puiiadulpbia, cut and
limited about the head.
George Thomas, Kentucky, spine Injured
and right leg broken.
IT he injured ni"nire in a comatose stale
nut all tbe Mher injured putsengera, about
ixy, are dolu well and will soon be out.
AN ACCOUNT FHOM MOBKKI.Y.
Mohkkly, Mo., Jan. 21. Th Cannon
Ua I, No. 7. which left tM city this morn
ing at 2 o'clock, bounl for Ds Moines,
was wrecked heiween here and Marion
City at :i or 5. Toe sleeping car ui.d one
eoacu w r t brown from the track by a
broken rail and hurled down an embank
ment about sevenly-tivB feet, tie sieeptng
car making two revolutions. Both cars
were Oiled with passengers, but miracul
ously only seven peraons received serious
injuries. Tbe engine, baggage-car and
fmt coach paused over, safely. C. W.
Burrs, general express superiuteut'eDt,
wa one of the occupants of the sleeper, but
was cot injured.
Ats Official Aeronnt.
The Wabaib bad a streak of luck with
broken rails during tbe flmsix hours. Two
aspni!er and one Ktock train met with
niihp. j ,
. iA live stock train bound for Chicago from
Council Bluff, was going along at a lively
r ite at ti o'ciock, near Memphis. Scotland
county, Mo., w Den tbe ciboose hit a broken
rail and Jumped the track. ' ' Two drovers,
whose names could not be learned, '
'luuior Gcruey, and rear brakeniau were in
the caboose at tbe time, ft rolled over two
or three times, shaking up tbe occupants
at a livfly rate. The brakeman escaped
uninjured, while the drovers were badly,
tiut not seriously, bruised. Tbe conductor
ia-1 b!s left lei: broken. The report urtys all
of tliu injuiod ones will survive.
THE MACON MIMHAP.
Patenter train No. 7, bound from j'.
Louis to Ies Moines, struck a broken raii
between Macon and Emerson at 6 o'clock
linn morulug, derailing aouacb and sleeper.
Tbe official report says six persons were
i.ijiiii.d, but none of them seriously. U
lu a late hour this afternoon tbe names of
those injured bad not been secured at the
AT CKNTRAXIA, MO.
The third accident occurred at Centralla.
Mo., at 12:30 o'clock last, night. Passen
ger train 'No. 5, boucd west from St. Louis
to Kansas City j tiruok a broken rail, tbe
engine aud buggaxe-car passing sufoly over
tbe broken rail. Tbe remainder of the
train, consisting of a mail-car, smoker,
coach, reclining and a sleeper, wete de
railed.' Strange to say no one was Injuied.
Tbe Knit Trial.
rrr tuburo, Jan. 21. Not f or years has
tbeie been such a rush of spectators for the
co" r grooms as was experienced on the last
day of tbe great Nutt trial. Every avenue
of influence autlicient to obtaiu tickets was
traversed and every person in a position to
grant favors was barraased hejond the
bounds of endurance. '
Mr. Johnson In his openiug address to
the jury for the prosecution remarked:
"Mrs. Nutt should be ashamed of herself
for endeavoring to prove ber Bon Insane. "
lie was loudly hissed by 150 ladies present
and some men, when Mayor Brown began
to speak he became the centre ot attraction.
He is tbe Idol of tbe female portion ot tbe
audience, who as soon as possible were iu
tears. One even went so far as lo sink up
on her knees while tbe expression upon ber
face and the motion ot ber lips showed her
lo be engaged in prayer.
A Prloei ln Limbo. , " ,
Chicago, Jan. 21. While intoxicated in
the rear of a house of Ill-fame, on Mouth
Clark atreef, Rev. F. J. Hailford, French
Catholic clergyman, was garrotted by EJ.
Hooker a negro, and robbed of $3.10. Both
were arrested. This it tbe second time in
to weeks that the clergyman bus been
robbed in low resorts. He hat letters from
Archblbop Lyucb, of Canada, and others
appointing him travelling Missionary for
the diocese of Marquetta, Met). ,.
: A Proposed New stoatt. -Macon,
Ga., Jan. 21 ..-A surveying
corps of the Macon, Florida Air Line road,
under chief englneerlWelli, have started
to work. The road Is. proposed to bti
run from Macon through Houston county,
along tbe dividing line of the Flint and Oo
mulgee rivers, through.' TaldostaJ, Ga., to
Lake Cltr Florida. A
. , DlMhaiKlac ttat Bay. '
Peru, Ind., Jan. 21. -Superintendent
Steveni ha Issued an order all along the
middle division ot the Wabash to tbe effect
that all minora connected with tbo read be
discharged immediately. They - number'
over two hundred. Caute-trsuble durlug
the past year.
MUBNINH, JANUARY 22.
MRS. ASTOR'S LULL.
The Crowning Social Event of an Event
A Vtrjr I'ppor-Teu ANitlr, la Haiti
Thnnaasict lavllalloisa Have
' , Bern IinimhI.
Nr.w York, Jan. 21. The invitations
for Mr. William Asmr's hall, which conic
off this evening, have iieen most eauerlv
sought after, an I while many tidies in the
city have been remembered, not a few are
very much dimpoinieil. One thousand
invitations have been sent nut. The pre
paration are complete, A wide nwciui;
will lead from ihe curbstone
to I the door, from which the
gtteMls will piss aloii the nurbln
ball,' ua eh'nx glimpses of hrillln'tt'y lighted
drawing-r oom on either side. Thence tin
the stairway , also of white marble,
trimmed with dark green leave, to Ibe
eleganl dressing-rooms. The picture gui
le iy is to be ornamented with treat palm
and india-ruliber trees, a screen of wiiicu
will hide tbe rails cian. Suop ji- will lie; in
at 12 o'clock and will be served in the long
dining-ruoni, the table bcim; plared
lengthwise at one end of the
room. It will, it Is be
lieved, be one of the handsomest
suppers ever served In New York. In the
center will be an ov tl plateau of glass and
silver on which will stand a great silver
bowl filled with fhwers. On either side of
this will be a high silver candelabra tide 1
with lighted candies with dalmlly-colored
shades. Tbe platet and even the dishes
used will he of the celebrated solid sliver
service. Tbe germ an will begin immedi
ately after supper, previous to whlcb round
dances will bold full sway. Mr. Llspen
ard Stewart will lead the dancing with Mist
Carrie Astor. The favor bave been ar
ranged by Tlffiny and are extremely
pretty. Those for the ladles inc u le
oracelets of silver In a variety of designs
sorii'i iu antique style with pendent medal
lions; some representing chains of bright
silver beads and plain bands. Fot the
gentlemen, among other things, are scarf
pins of oxidized silver, representing a
claw and holding black pearls. All of
these are tied with large satin rtbbon bows
of gay colors, on the ends of
which appear In sliver letters, 1o match
the favor, "Jan. 21, 18S1." Among
tbe guests expected are Secre
tary and Mrs. Frellnghysen, Atty. Gen.
and Mrs. Benjamin Harris Brewiter, Baron
Faya, the Italian minister; Mr. West, the
minister from Euglaud; Mr, C'omwallls
West, Prince Plassy of Germany; Count
Harlecourt of Vienna, Mr. and Mrs. Brad
ley Martin, Mr. and Mr. Colemsn Dray
ton, ex-Secretary and Mrs. Blaine, Mr.
and Mrs. George Jonet, Mr. Ward Mo
AllUter, Miss McAllister, Mr. and Mrs.
W. K. Vanderbilt.
Tbe Campbell t'aae.
St. Louis. Jan. 21. The Police Com
mlssionere were 'repi evented in Judge
Adam's Court, at the opening by Messrs.
Lauahlln and Napton, in the matter of the
Campbell injunction agaiusi that body.
Messrs. Chandler and Lodge appeared on
behalf ot the Chief. Secretary Wells, of
the Board, aud Tyroa Woodward tat be-
hind the counsel . ftxjef Campbell came in
V noon. Mr.- Cbaod.er moved for an or
der for the production of a resolution of the
Board, dated Deo. 13, 1SS3, an interview
with the Mayor, of that date, and
certain report of tbe police capiaius
which were offered in evidence
before the Board by the petitioner.
The Board's counsel argued at length flint
that the Hoaid bnv!ng stated that no com
plete record of the evidence bad been pre
served, It would he unfair for this court to
enter Into any examination of this cse on
such isolated parts of the testimony as mar
happen to have been preserved j and sec
ond, that neither this nor auy other court
bud tbe slightest power to overhaul the
proceedings of the Board, an autocratic
body instituLsd by the statutes of Missouii
as th e to act independently of any court
of law or appeals. Mr. Napton urged tht
lb: B'ard bad no nerd to examine or.
cross-examine, as no review of Its
proceedings could legally be made.
When Judge Adams said that, in the f ice
of tbe vast number of authortiies quoted,
It would take him some lime to look up
authorities and that he was loth to lose to
day, Mr.' Chandler withdrew tbe affidavit
filed by uis side to call for the piece of tes
timony mentioned above.
When speaking on the case itself, Mr.
Chandler stated that by filing bis brief
with tbe court the gist of tbe suit would
be understood. He arpue 1 that a writ of
certiorari must hold over even such a tri
bunal as tbe Police Board, wbicb be said
ptssrssed large powers, but was also
subject to ri Id restrictions,
f s power of appointment " or
removal by suspension of rflicers was
strlgcntly United by the fact that such
should, be (or cause. Tbe counsel defined
cause and showed that tbe Board bad not
rooked for it. It hail put Campbell on
trial not for cause but on a string of lies
which mil do It the greatest absurdity ou
record. There Was literally no sound aU
legation against bim. "I never," wound
up Mr. Chandler, "came across st:h a
case, and its parallel ran not bo found on
record of absurdities. "
Judge Litughlin bf'an his reply with re
marks on the military aud judicial associa
tion in such governments as the Police
Board. He considered that if tbe Board
was satisfied with cause it could aot as it
Unable lo Agree.
Waupaca, Wis., Jan. 21. The Jury in
the ciso of He rnert Van Deear, on trial for
the sensational murder of the Millionaire
Banker Meade, camo Into court after nn
absence of forty-four hours, and reported a
total Inability to agree.
Harry Melsermoti Dead.
Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 21. Harry tfc
Dcrmott, brother of James McDermntt,
who was recently arrested in England, and
subsequently discharged for participating
in an alleged conspiracy with Fenians, it
dead. . '
round Barned la Death.
Cam ILL. Ga. , Jan. 24. Toda Burse?
was found burned to dtath at Brlraberry't
Turpeutlne R ill way. The circumstances
Indicate foul plav.
Nmall-pox Spreading at Lnulavllle.
LoimviLi.tc, Kv., Jan. 21. Nine n w
casts ot sinall-pox have been reported
since Saturday. The disease it Incr as iif
A ftoidtat- af !!.
Baltimome,. Jail. 21. Darius Wheolcr,
ad , It dted. Ha wai one of tbe old
dtXendtrt who successfully rttltled the
TEI.EGHA PHIO mtKTITir.ll.
Charles L. Dawall, under the arrest at
Chetaulng, Mich., on a charts ot forgery,
attempted suioldt on Saturday by ttabblag
himself with a pair ot tbaara.
On Thursday night aa attempt, whieh
miscarried by tbe merest aocldnt. w
made to steal the rtmaint ol the Rt. Kv.
H. V. Whelan, Roman Catholic Biabop ef
Wheeling, W. Va., from the vault la
which they rested beneath tbe Vfhelan
Memorial Chapel In Calvary Cemetery In
that city. ... .j.
Ou Sunday fire broke but In the forward
compartment of the Steamer Strathleren,
loading with cotton at Tybe, Ga. Two
thousand bvlet were damaged by fire and
Joseph MjCready, aged IS,' formerly a
pigo in tbe Houst of Representatives at
Wasnington, but latterly a copyist in the
Pension office in Boston, wai arrested on
Sunday, charged with raising a check from
M to tftOQ, and attempting to pass It upon a
Brinton Coxe, President of til Common
wealth Club et Philadelphia, tendered
Spnakcr Carlisle and others a banquet at
Lafayette Hotel in that city en Saturday
A PATIENT WOJIAJT FAITH.
an sun B. Anthony HUH Walt nf for
Woman's fllllenal im.
Washington, Jan. 21. The National
Woman Suffrage Association has called Itt
iuu'ual convention to be held in Washing
ton March 4. 5 and 6. "For fifteen years
we have been coming up here," laid ilts
Anthony, talking of tbe convention and tbe
present Congress, "holding our annual
session here. Tbli It to be our lixteentb
annual convention in Washington."
"Don't yeu get discouraged with to long
waitiog, Miss Anthony?"
"Not at all. Our work Is having Its ef
fect. . Every year brings us nearer to tbe
prize wbicb we ask and to which all citi
zens of a republio are, In the sight ot God
and Justice., entitled an eoual voice In the
management of the affairs ot the Govern
ment and of our country and States and
cities. That it all we ask and certainly If
we are human beings, and not criminals or
Imbeciles, we should have it."
"You think tbat tbe cause is gaining
strength, then, do you?"
"I bave no doubt of it. We b a vo unre
stricted suffrairo now for woman in Wyom
ing, and school suffrage in twelve States of
tbe Union, all giviug excellent satisfaction,
to say nothing ot our reoent triumph In
Washington Territory, and ot municipal
and school suffrage in England and Scot
land,: and muniolpal and Parliamentary
suffrage In the Isle of Man.
Among the distinguished ladlst who are
to be in attendance on the convention art
Phoebe Couzlns, Harrietts R. Shattuck ot
Boston,' Jessie M. Nettleton of Sootland,
Lillle Devereux Blake, and othara. The
official envelope, of tbe association, which
ncloses the ottlcUl call, bean the motto:
"All governmenti derive tbelr Jutt power
from tbe consent of the governed; the bal
lot is consent. "
London, Jan. 21. Wm. Holmes, a lib
eral member of Parliament from Parsley,
bat resigned on account of III health.
APPROVES TUB ACTION.
. Mr. Waddtngton, a French Embassador,
reports that Earl Granville, Minister of
Foreign Affairs, approves the action of the
French Government In Ignoring the olaims
of China until tbe foreign mission la ac
complished. WOOLWICH ATTACKED BY MASKED MEN.
London, Jan. 21. Three armml men
attacked the sentry nf Woolwich powder
magazine last night. It was very dark,
and the men succeeded In getting within a
tow feet of the sentry before they were
discovered. When ordered to bait they
made a rush up n the sentry. A severe
struggle eiiMe i, 'iming which tbe tontry'i
trim was dlscbaiuuil, which immediately
summoned tbe relief guards. Hearing
their approach tbe men decamped. Tbey
have not yet been arrested.
IH BL1N, Jan. 21. Notwithstanding tbe
government's proc aimitlon and tbe pres
ence of two hundred police a meeting of
the N ition tlists was held yesterday in the
yard of the Catholic chapel at Lousrhrea.
Three prd-sts addressed tbe meeting, de
nouncing the government for suppressing
the meetings of the Nationalists and ' advis
ing their bearers to Join the League.
' JANUARY 21.
11009 Receipts 16,000; opened strong
er and Mi'iHciiuenilv advanced about
10c; light t'i 20(35 80; rough paok'
in ii $5 3)rd3 80: heavy packing anil
shipping t&titii 30. Cattle-Receipts 5,
000: strong all round; exports $0 10r3
tl 00; '.'noil to choice $5 ttOftoOO; butchers'
2 7.lr4 00; stocken$3 IW4 80.
W ii ka i -January 88 H; Februan
8!)1; March DOX; May 96V; Juni
Cohn January 52; February. 51
March MX; May 57K; Juue57X.
Oats lanuarv 81 ; February 81 X;
March .TW ; Mav 88.
Wheat January Jl OIH; February
il02: March t 03 X l April , Maj
tl O.vavfa't'; June til 01H; year 96.
t'OKN January 46 H', February 46K
March 47 X; April i May 51O01K.
Oa ris-J t'i.81H ; February 82H-N ; March
Xihi April ! May85K.
, New York City.
WilEAT-January ; February
H 0.V ; March $1 06; April $1 08 ; May
Cokn January ; February 61;
March 62 V; April 63 '4 ; May 64 X.
Oats February SO'; May 42.
Kauaaa lit. '
Cattle Receipt! 609 hetd; market
active and 5t0c. higher for belt grado.
while modlura are firm.
Hoos-Reoelpt 8.619 htadj market firm
ti ftvriuc. hicber ,quallty considered telN
lug tattaiKi; bulk of talei at 4 000
5 . ' . ;
Wheat and corn du.ll. Wheat arrived
dull; corn dull. Mark Lane Wheal and
ooru dull. Country market dull. Hpot
wheat dull and noglecud; No. I spring 8
Id; red winter wheat off coast dstllntd Id;
western -winter It 8d. Califorala deollotd
14., Mixed Western corn bitter at 5t SMd.
Demand from Uulted Kivfim and Conti
nent uegleuted and dullltr wheat tad
The Rev. J. TL Series, of New York, it
one of the most widely-known and highly
aateemed of Methodist ministers.
Mr. Haarle asr " I am tmpmawl that It Is t itntr
I ows lo thoa affllotnit with itheiiuiatiain or NsonJ.
miK to say Uiat a nmtAj has buen diiMxrl that la
basal a marrrlou luewns. Sty son was greatly
JucSod with Bliumllni, and suffered nnnnlr
tbat, at tiwrn. h m otsli il to liaifl mori'tilu i.
iMtsil Uilu hi trm to gs,t relief. W'btln in Una ooo.
dtUoo he divo,aret a niim ly which elTnetfld imm.
mate mlist, and a rmaueut mire. Ho ban alace f r
nuhsil It Wnusnjr OLnera with Uiusaniereauit I hav
also furnlahed It to a nieuher nf person (uffaniif
with Rheuruatiimi, and tne reanlt baa been Immediaift
relief, ami permanaut cure. Amnnif othnrs. I ksthiI
So He? Wra. P. CorWt, paatnr ot UioOennre Ht. M. K.
Churelu New Haven,Conu.,whowssull'erlnif irreatlv
with till tartihl Mimm. I will give you his owa
srnnla aa wrltlen to my on, wUhitiir him to pulillah
th fai t for the twrjont ot other siiffortuif with Ui
mm disss ne."
What Mr. Cerlilt Sayt
" New Haven, July SI, I Ml
"Mr. fsearle: Dear Sir:-1 wish to say fur the brn.
fit of all whosresuifi-nnij with Inflammatory Ilheu.
matlfiu, tbat yonr medicine la infallible. I suffered
for two mouth tbo muet tixcruciutlujr torture ; liml
a pounds nf Bwh, and was not out of my hinL-e fur
a month ; I beard of your remedy, and wax aluioat
Instantly relieved by It If there is a aiwoitle for di.
aiwwof any kind, youranioatoRruiulyui (or Iufliiu
matory Kbeumatlem In its serereet fnrro.
" yours moat reBpeotfully, Wm. p. Cobbit,
" Pastor UeorKeHt. iL E. Church, Now llaven, Cudq."
Such in Athlophoros a thorough and
efficient cure for the worst cases ol Kheu
matiMii and Neuralgia.
If you cannot get ATMLornoBos of ynur driunrist,
will sand tt sxpttsw paid, no rn-- M' of regular
price ona dollar per bottle. We prefer that you buy
It from your dnuifiRt, bnt if bo liaru't it, do not bo
persuaded to try nuihlog else, but order at ouco
from us aa directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW TORK.
Q.EORGE H. LEACH, M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Un.i.ia BltMnllnn nalit In th.. il.im.n.n.lkl. t.n...
mtut of surgical dlaeasts. and diseases of women
OKI. ICR On Ulti alrpnt. nr. urn 1 1. 1 tl... Pnil.
office, Cairo, III.
JR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Comraercial Ave, Cairo, 111.
VAHOlt, ELECTRO-VAHOR mo MEDICATED
K lad v In attuudauce.
QU. W. C. JCCFLYN,
OFTR t-BIgbth Street, nesr Cotno ercla! Avnti
K. E W. WUITLOCK,
Orrtut No. 1S6 Commercial Avenue, botwaaa
leht'j and Nttith Btr.jt
"CITY GUN STORE"
Oldest ill Hie city; established in 1862.
U-im'l Ave., butwoen uth snd Kith ht.
M.NU'.u;TUREH a dbaler in all kind
Ammiiulttiin of all dearr p'inn always on hand at
Gertrnl rupiirlng In all kind of metal. Kev
f all dfHcrl!ion mado to ordnr, and satisfaction
wnrrnnlnd. diva me a call, and be convinced for
ronrKclf. at tho gn nf th "BIO OU.N."
JOHN A. KOEHLER,
91 Urn rronrlelor, Cairo. 111.
A New nd complete Hotel, frontinx o l.evuii
Second and Railroad Streets,
Tb rasseuKer Depot of tno L'blcairo, St. Lonla
and .lew Orleans: Illinois Cuntrnl; VV'aliarh, Hi.
Louis snd Pacific; lion Mountain and .Southern,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo aud St. Lorn Runway
are all j nst across the street; while the Stoainbuat
Landine In hnt one e.innre distant.
This Hotel Is bested by steam, hat steam
Laundry, lljdrsullc Klevatur, Kluctrlc Viift ivt.
Antomallc Klre-Alarms. Baths, ahsolntely pure sir,
perfect newer and tomplete appolntmonts.
Haperh mraiahlnKs; perfect servlco; and an nn
L. P. PAHK KH Ae t !t)..
; 1 For Sale bv
' OAIBO ILL. 1