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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY MORNINtt, JANUARY
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A Household Article tor TJotTereal
Tor Scarlet m4
Sore Throat, Smell
Poa, Meaalea, end
th Sick should uu It freely. Scarlet Fever ha
aever been known to spread where the r mid u
wed. Yellow Fever tut been cured with it after
black vomit had taken place. The wont
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Feveredand Slok Per
PITTINO of Small
A member of my (ta
lly wu takes with
Small pox. I uud the
Fluid ; the patient wa
ol delirious, was aot
pitted, and vu about
the houu again Id three
weeki, and no other
had It. -I. W. Paie.
one refreshed and
Bed Sore prevent
ed by bathing with
Impure Air mad
hanaleu end purified.
For Bore Throat it it a
For rroated Feet,
oft White Complex
ion secured by iu uie.
Ship Fever prevented.
To purify the Breath,
Clean the Teeth,
It can't be turpuatd.
Catarrh relieved and
Iwrn relieved Instantly.
FJyaente. j enred.
Wound healed rapidly.
Aa Antidote for Animal
or Vegetable Poitooi,
I uted the Fluid during
our present affl iction with
Scarlet Fever with da-
eded advantage. It it
dispensable to the lick-
The Dhvilcian bar ;
use Darby Fluid very
successfully In the treat-
Jent of Diphtheria.
limns bora, Ala,
Tetter dried op.
Uloer purified aid
ehouici be uted about
the corpse It will
prevent any unpleas
The eminent Phy.
S1M8, K. D.. Hew
fork, save: "I era
convinced Prof. Darby
Prophylactic Fluid it
valuable disinfectant." .
room. W. F. 8 a d-
toio, Eyrie, Ala.
Vanderbllt Cnlvenlty, NaahvUla, Tens.
I testify to the most excellent qualities of Prof.
Darby Prophylactic Fluid. At a disinfectant and
detergent it it both theoretically and practically
superior to any preparation with which I am ac
quainted. N. T. LurTOH, Prof. Chemistry.
Darby Plaid Is Recommended by
Hon. Alixamdm H. Stbphii-s, of Georgia!
Rev. Cm as. F . Debm. D.D., Church of the
Itrtngert, N. V.;
Jo. LaCoirri, CoIumbU. Prof. , University .S.C.
Rev. A. J. Battli, Prof., Mercer University!
Rev. Ceo. F. Piaaca, Bishop M. E. Church.
DTDI8PEN8ABLE TO EVERT HOME.
Perfectly harmless. Used, internally or
externally for Mtn or Beast.
The Fluid hu been thoroughly tested, and w
lave abundant evidence that it hu done everything
hare claimed. For fuller Information get of your
Druggist a pamphlet or send to the proprietors,
m J. H. ZEUJN s CO.,
Manufccturing Chemist PHIIADCLPHIA,
The Famous Original ,
Madlaon Square Theatre) Co ,
with the Greatest Cut that baa yet teen In
this city appear In i
"HAZEL KIR RIB," ,
M Feb. Tth. Farther particulars In a few day
W. W. RANPALL, Agent.
(JAIBO OPERA HOUSE.
lnfagement of the Charming Little Comsfly
Qaeen, Mist K
supported by the Popular Comedy,
twisted st tho Famon Chicago Silver Band end
The Farcical Comedy tn Fonr Acti, entitled
"Wanted a Husband!"
The Laughable Society Comedy
Saturday Night. .
The Sensational Comedy
"AMERICAN BORN I"
All of the above named comedian were written
for Ml Goodrich end produced only by thl eon
tie of east eommeneee Wednesday mora
ine tt Bsder't Admleilon 71 and K Including re
erredMtU. Qallery 8S centa.
136 tel38 Ooml Ave.
bar received a full and complete line
at new Fall and Winter
ORY GOODS, DRESS GOODS,
Cloaks, Dolmans, notions, Etc.
. A heavy itoek of Body Brussels, Taper
tries and Ingrain
A, fall itoek of 0U Cloths, alt itaea and price.
A folTud complete stock Is sow being
SACHS CM at great oarpua.
All Cfootta s Bottom Prtoemf
Two Oold-Blooded Murderers Expiate
Their (hilt on the Gallows.
lotos? at the Crinee lor Whisk They
Were waag OB Three My .
aoriaectf For Klahteem
Mt. Vsbnon, Iud., Jao. 2o.Ed. Sny
der abd Joba Anderson were hanged to
day for the murder of Edward Vanwye, to
tbli city, tome month ago. The con
demned men apent the greater part of
yesterday In prayer, bidding farewell to
their parents during the afternoon. There
were three priests Id attendance. Prea
ration for the execution were comple'ed at
an early hour tbli morning, the gallows
having been ereoted In au enclosure lu
the rear of the Jail. The orowd in the city
estimated at 6,000, waa orderly. Twenty.
Ave deputy sheriffs and ten oily guard
were on duty. Among tbe viaitora were
the aherlffs of Vigo, Knox, Gibson and
Yandarberg count lea. The doomed couple
passed a aleepleaa night, and ate sparingly
of the excellent breakfast provided them.
Prayer were beld tn the Jail during tbe
THK DKATH ftOKNI.
At 11:10 tbe doomed men, very pale,
walked (Irmly up tbe stairs to tbe gai.
low. Anderaon ahook bands with
friends aa be passed by attended by
Bevs. Asbury and Woolson of tbe M. E.
Cburob. Rev. Mr. Asbury read a hymn
and sang "Sing to Me of Heaven," Ander
son and finyder Joining. A vehement aod
touching prayer waa then made by Snyder,
who said among otber things, "Have
meroy, 0 God, upon the man who bangs
me to-day; and may be meet me In
hsaven." Anderson succeeded in making
himself beard remarking, ' 'Now I'm ready
to meet my doom. ' ' Just before tbe drop
fell Inyder said: "I am aony for what I
have done and am willing to go. " Ander
son remarked: "Wear thankful to tba
people for keeping tbe tnotb oft until we
had tt ina to repent." At 11:17 the men
were pinioned, the eapa were adlusted
and tbe trap waa sprung. Both neoks
were broken and do contortions were
Visible, death being apparently Instantane
ous. SNYDER EXPBESSIS HIS SORROW.
At tbe Jail tbe nrisoners ware looated In
separate eells In tbe upper corridor, where
an Interview wu solicited. Anderson wu
uleep tn hie bunk at the time, but Snyder
wu seated on tbe floor at tbe Iron grated
door, his bead bowed, and bis whole bear
Ing meianoboly In the extreme. He said
he was "worn out, " and did not ear to
talk about his crime, u tbe papers had
persistently misreprsifnted him. "I'll
Just say I'm sorry for what I've done," ba
broke out. "Me and Anderson killed
Vanwye, and I wu loroed into i
by Anderson. Me and him bad
ran together a great deal. We
wu both bard. Vanwye came from over
In Kentucky snd met u -round tbe hom
iny mill. Ho wanted m to go Into the
show buslneu with btui, and ahewed me
some Woks be could do. Anderson and
bim bad some trouble before tbe murder.
bat made It up. Me and Anderson started
up to tbe bridge to go In swimming snd we
puaed the mill on our way. We saw
Vanwye and uked blm to go with us
After we got there Anderson and bim got
Into s quarrel and I helped Anderaon."
Tbe above wu Bnyder'a version of the
crime. Anderson's story was Just the re
verse. Snyder's father Is dead, and his
mother works out. Anderson's parent
live here. His father Is s cooper aod bears
a good reputation for honesty and in
A COLP'BLOODKD CBIMB.
Snyder and Anderaon ware bard cues.
They were addicted to drink and spent
most of their time at tbe disreputable bouse
of Maud Davia lo Mt. Vernon. It wu
there that tne scheme t J kill Vanwye, who
wu little better than either of the others,
wu concocted. On Thursday night
August 16, tbey planned to commit tbe
murder, but did not exeoute it until tbe
following day. Anderson suggested It.
On Friday morning the two met at the foot
of Main street, found Vanwye near tbe
hominy mill, and all three started
for s swim, going to a point on tbe
river Just above the creek aod Iron
bridge. When tbey had stripped,
Vanwye refused to enter tbe water, An
deraon, after oomlng ont, .and be got to
boxing, when Snyder bit their vlotlm with
a stick. Anderaon then cloned with Veil-
wye and cut his tbroat, Snyder usistlng by
holding the poor fellow in position. Tbey
took 116 from bis person then threw bim
Into tbe river. Snyder and Vanwye bad s
terrible struggle In tbe water. Wounded
u be wu, tbe cut across tbe tbroat almoat
severing bis bead from his shoulders, Van
wye fought likes demon. Anderson re
malned on the bank ignoring his accom
plice's appeal for aid. Lose of blood final
ly told, and Vanwye dropped helpless be
neath tbe water. The murderers then
walked about s mile up tbe Evanaville road
threw tbe bloody knife away, bid Van wye's
hat In a cornfield, divided their plunder and
separated. On Sunday the body was
found snd the guilty parties were arrested
Eaob, believing tbe otber had oonfeased
made olean breast of tbe whole affair
8oyder, accompanied by Mayor Smith snd
others, were driven in a 'dus to
log, where the knife wu found, snd also
pointed out where their vlotlm 's hat bad
A seversoce bad been granted snd the
ease of Binder wu taken up first. F. P
Leonard and W. H. Oudgell represented
tbs State, while M. W. Pearse took charge
of the defense. -Judge Parrett presided
Inunlty wu pleaded In bebalf of tbe de
fsndant, but it failed utterly, and on Sept.
SI tbe Jury returned verdlot of guilty, be
ing out Ave minutes. On tbe following day
Anderson pleaded guilty snd both were
aentenoed to be hanged -Ian. so.
TtM BoweU Trial.
BATaVU, N. Y., Jan.' 85. At tbe open
ing of tbe oourt in the Rowell cue Palmer
regained his sest on tbe stsnd, and detailed
st length tho scheme he put into BoweU'
mind whereby he could catob Lyooh snd
Boweil'a wife together. He suggested
that a party bo organised snd go to Bow
ell's heuss when Lynch wu there. If he
wu found In bed they should turn him
caked Into tbe street, snd tho clothing to
be divided between tbe following papers)
Pants to the ytlce Moraine Herald j ooat
to tho Utica Observer; vest to tbe Utlos
Pally Press, aod the sbOos to the Saturday
Globe. Three etout young men were to
assist II thought that Lynch would be
found, being sensitive thst Lynch would be
mere hurt hf such tretn.jot than physical
waiishsMB. The men will be called U
Kansas City, Jan. 96. Tbe following
resolutions were adopted by the Mississippi
Valley Horticultural Society, now In sei
sion bare. They should bo pasted lu tbe
bat of every fruit-grower In tbe land: .
"The committee on nomenclature, con
sisting of Messrs. Sylvester Johnson, T. E.
J. Burrtll, L. B. Pierce, J. II. Hals sud
J. H. Masters, submitted tbe following re
port, which was sdopted: ' ,
"Your committee on nomenclature beg
leave to report that we indorse tbe recom
mendations made by Hon. Marshall P.
Wilder, presides! of the Amerloan Porno.
logical Society, u well u those of our
preeldent, Mr. Earle, looking to a aim pit
Ocattnu and uniformity of the names of tbe
fruits of America, and reootumeud tho fol
lowing rules, to-wlt: '
'First Every fruit should bave one, and
but one, authorized name.
Second If teuable, tbla name should
be tbe l arliest one published aa hereinafter
Third Eaob name should consist ot
one word, and for all new Amerloan fruits
such word should bo readily pronounceable
In the English language.
'Fourth No uame should be considered
authorised until published in some repu
table und generally accessible horticultural
periodical, acoompanled with a clear and
full description of tbe fruit; suob published
name and deaoriptlon shall be sent to (he
secretary of the American Promnloi-loal
Society and to tbe secretary of the Missouri
Valley Horticultural Society. o :
"Ftfth In ouc of doubt aa to tenabllity,
priority or authority of publication, appro
priateness as s good English word, special
action by the above named aooietles, or by
a state horticultural society should be con
sidered valid and final, .
"Slxih-No variety of fruit aball be
named by s society which la not esteemed
practically valuable and. worthy of cultiva
tion! tbts report to be considered aa recom
mendation to tbe Amerioan Promologioal
Philadelphia, Fa., Jan. 35. Tbe
United States Court room was crowded to
bear the decision of the esse of the Bell
Telephone Company against the Overland
Telephone Company In which tbe plaintiffs
moved for a preliminary Injuoilon , to re
strain tbe Overland Company from using
I's Instrument In trausraittiug artloulate
sound. Judges McKenna, Nixon and
Butter occupied the benob. " McKennu
delivered an oral opinion stating that 4 be
motion could not be granted for tbe present
on account of pending aulta In N n York
In which the main question Involved is
shortly to be decided on final hearing,
and tbe motion oould remain In ths present
condition with leave to either side to call it
upon notice. j .. . .
' matt Caao.
Alton, Jan. 25. The "Piatt cue,",
well known in this section of the country,
bisbeen reversed snd remsnded by the
Appellate Court, In Mt. Vernon. It Is an
utlon wberetb Win. Piatt sues the Chicago
ft Alton road for (10,000 damages for tbe
loss of a leg sustained while In the employ
of tbs company, and It baa been before tbe
courto for seven years. It . hu been lu tbe
Supreme Court three times. Last fall In
Ibe Jersey Circuit Court Piatt secured a
verdict, for S7,QO0 and now that tbla finding
has been reversed, , attorneys and litigants
are beginning to wonder where tbe matter
will end. ,. '"' 'J . ;' 01 "
PROHtnillOV K ANNAS.
The IJfori to Enforce Itao TLaw la As-
eh. koji liillj Of Eiiforcemoul
r.t-i-wti-re in she istia. i
AtchiboN, Kun.. Jm. 23. Some time
ago one of our prominent citizens died
under circumstances wbloh made it prob
able that hla death wu occasioned by over
indulgence in Intoxicating liquor. One of
tbe newspapers virtually said as muob,
and waa attacked savagely by the opposl
tion paper. People took sides, the discus
sion became warm, and the outcome wu a
resolve to make war on tbe saloon-keepers.
The prohibitionists . rallied Ibeir forces,
selected the proseouting witnesses, and
were all ready to file complaints when a
number ot business men called t bait and
beld s council. The sdvisablllty of com
mencing proseoutions wu hotly debated,,
but tba prohibitionists stood firm, and the
meeting broke up without accomplishing
anything. The next afternoon another aod
larger meeting wu beld, and at this re
solutions were adopted protesting sgalnst
the contemplated prosecutions u fatal
to tbe buslneu interests of the city. Many
of our merotunts sincerely think thai the
closing of tbe saloons will greatly damage
tbelr trade, and 'therefore are moat radical
opponents of the measure. Tbe resolu
tion bad no affect upon tbe prohibitionists,
who also held a meeting, which resulted In
Immediate action. Fourteen oomplalnts
were banded to tbe county attorney, who
le opposed to prosecutions, and s list of
witnesses furnished for. each cue. Tbe
witnesses wers prominent merohants and
professional men, snd considerable wit wan
expended upon them when It wu known
that they were to be anmmoned. Tbs pro
hibitionists were sfrald to bave the cases
brought before a Justice of the peace, and
desired them filed in tbe District Court
but tbe County Attorney filed tbe papnrs
before s Justice. Tbe sa!o n keepers i ore
arrested and their trials set for Wednetu.iy
of tbls week. The prohibitionists were
highly Indignant at tbe aotlon ot the Coun
ty Attorney, snd isy that It Is an attempt
on bis part to prevent tbs enforcement of
tbe law. Tbe queatlon hu been the chief
toplo of discussion lo-doora snd out for
tbe put week, snd Sundsy wu no
ticed from all pur pulpits. . . A great
majority of our citizens are in favor
ot s llcenae so high that only about
five saloons could pay It. These they want
subject to stringent regulations to - dose at
10 o'clock each night and remain closed all
day Sunday- to sell no liquor to minors,
drunkards, or Intoxicated persons, and to
suppress ; gsmbllng. The saloon keeners
are greatly cxolted aod indignant, but make
no threats, u that would bring all ths coo
servstlvss down upea them.
In order to show what prohibition has
accomplished tn tne state, the following
figures are publlsbsd, having been careful
ly compiled irom slxty.slx of the eighty
one organized eountles of tbe State: In
theae counties there were 70S saloons prior
to May 1, 1881. There are now in tbe same
territory 818 selooas 190, or over half, be
ing In tbe olty of Le svenwortb, leaving on
ly 158 saloons In the next slxty.slx counties
outeidcortbeoHy nsraed. Thua In lest
than two years 86 ssloons have boon closed.
Puiing the same time our population bas
Increased 13 per oent, In the district
courts of thM eountles there bsvs bees
480 sues tried, resulting In 801 convictions,
forty-klx acquittals, snd sixty-two bung
KIm. In Justices' courts there have been
oases tried; with 878 oonvlatlens, lev
eaty:flve acqMsBals, and lftynlne hug
Wasbinoton, Jan. U. The secretary
Of the Treasury sent tn a communication In
regard to the gold coin bullion exulisngml
for sliver certificates.
Cameron, of Wisconsin, presented a
petit len from the Merchants' Aasoiiiatton
of Milwaukee, lu favor af legislation main.)
those governments whioh prohibit tbe im
portation ef American pork.
Ulll i.. t I t... It. .in... i.
, rAUO uui milUMUvnu vy pivi iivinuii tv
provide tor tbe Issue and circulation of
note to nittlonal bauktng associations waa
reported favorably from the Committee on
The Conference Committee ordered on
the bill for the relief of tho tlreely party.
Beck made a speech In support of his bill
to prohibit the Secretary of tbe Treasury
from purchasing government bonds abovu
par value. Referred lo tbe Committee on
Washington, Jan.' 25. Tbe II j use
Committee on Military Affulrs agreed to
report a bill retiring Henry I. Hunt with
the rank of major-general.
Mr. Leyman wu authorised to report to
the House i he ryoluUusv adopted by the
committee In fsvor of defraying the ex
penses ot transferrin; tbe budy of the la to
Uen. Ord from liavaua to Washington.
A WIFE'S PEBF1DT.
Her Heartless (lett-Rynl and Doaertlon
Leads tu ITer HasbandVe Deatb..
i.: New. York, Jan. 25. a yountf man
called at the United S'Atea Express office In
Jersey City snd Inquired about a oouslgu
maul of furniture. Hj bad no sooner put
bis Inquiry lhan Odlner Pearson and Dal
ton pounoe I upon bim and, bavlhj lad him
to polls bea iquarterSi locked blm up on a
charge of grr.nl larceny. A young wouiisn
followed him to ihe police station. She,
too, was arrested and tbe same charge was
made against bar. B Jtb refused to give tbelr
names, They bad been arrested on a dis
patch from Deputy Sheriff Ulldobraudl of
Ithaca, N. T. , dlreoiiog tbe arrest ot any
porson wbo should call to Inquire about tbe
furniture referred to. Wheu ' Deputy
Sheriff Uildebrandt arrived, two or three
hours later, he brought the atory of tbe re
ticent couple with bim. The man was
Frank Potter, a young baker, and a mar
ried man, of Ithaoa. The woman wu Mrs.
Julia Lewis, wbo had been with her bus-'
band and family, uetgbbors of the Potters.
"Tbe two beoamo Intimate," Sheriff Uil
debrandt said lo a reporter. "Mis.
Lewie' husband wu In good ulroumsUuoes
till some time ago, wben be undo over all
bis property to his wife. Five or six
POTTER LRfT HIS HOME
and family In Itblca and cams to New
York. Mrs. Lewis made preparations to
follow him. She gave to her lawyer a
power ot attorney to sell her house, packed
up hrr household to "U 'luring, tbe ab
sence of her husband, bun i tic in shipped
to New York, drew 8300 from Hie
bank and lit out, Her busbaod returned
to his boms to And tt stripped and desert
ed. He made the oomplalnt of laroeny
against her. Attar be had done that be
said to me, 'and now I guess I'll go home,
burn down the- bouse snd kill myself.'
'It's tbe only thing left for you to ado,' I
answered Jecttngly. Lewis made no at
tempt to burn tbe bouse whon be wont
borne, but be wrote 'I bave gone to my
God' on a slip of paper, bung It on the
pump-bandle outside bis door, so that the
milkman would would get It In tbe room
ing, then threw bluisolf on tbe bed and ,
TOOK A DOBK Or LAUDANUM.
1 was up all night with bim. The doctors
said tbat ha could not live."
When tbe young couple Wi-re arraigned In
Justice Slilslng's oourt It appeared tbat the
charge of grand larceny hail been founded
on a charge tbat Mrs. Lewis had atolen her
husband'a furniture. Jua'.loe 8tllslng held
that a woman could not steal from her bus
band, and discharged the-pair from oils
tody. Tbey went on to Camden, where it
Is said they propose to live. The woman
Is not partioulariy attractive, but she bu a
AT THE FOOT OF HER BED.
rs. J. Bokia !, of Batllmore, Ter
rorised by m Barariar.
Baltimore, Jan. 33. There bas Just
been made publlo one of the most daring
burgtars ever known In tbls city. About
2 o'clock Thursday morning, Mrs. J. Bo
kin Lee, wife of one ot Baltimore's wealth
iest citizens, was aroused In her sleep to
find a man in ber room carefully searching
tbe premises. Her start attraoted the
robber's attention snd springing to ber side
be placed s chisel to ber tbrost snd de
manded her Jowelry. Sbe begged bin to'
go away, telling bow wrong It wu to steal
Tbe burglar hesitated a moment and then,
saying that bu had to steal or atarve, as no
one would give blm work, renewed bis
throats to kill ber and ber young son, . wbo
slept by ber side, unless sbe gave blm ber
Jewelry. Iu her frlgbt sbe gave it to hi in,
whereupon the robber went In an adjoining
room whare Mr. Lee slept snd went
through bis clothing. As be wu leaving
the room be kuooked over s statue, which
awakened . Mr. Lee. Tbe robber fled
down stairs and made good bis escape.
policeman was standing In front ot tbe
bouse a'l tbe time. Had Mrs. Lee scream
ed tbe robber would bave been caught.
Ho was In Mis. Lee's room coolly con
versing with her, sitting at the foot ot the
Tho Busaard Gang Arreated.
Lancaster, Pa., Jan. 25. Mrs. Abe
Buzzard and three members of ber hus
band's band bave been arrested on tbe
Epbritia Mountain. Tbe names of tbe
uen captured sre Helney, Hornberger audi
llrciiutlzer. Tun arrests were made on
tbe luformatlon ot a Philadelphia detective
who Joined tbe band January 1, snd bas
been traveling with them ever slnoe.
. . : f
hot Hla Boss las Ibe Los.
Marshall, Mo., Jan. i5. During s
quarrel between W. L. Smith snd his sen,
H. Clay Smith, on tbe father's farm, ton
miles south ot tbls city, ths younger; Smith
deslt bis father s severe blow on the bead
with a olub, whereupon tbe old man took
down bis s'lot-gua sud fired upon the boy,'
wbo fled, inflicting so ugly wound in bio
Ra O vor aad MfloL,
JorUN, Mo., Jao. 25,. 4u. Irwin, of
this olty, "brakeinau on freight train No.
180, Missouri Paoide, Harry Obyae, con
ductor, was run over st Lscasr while
coupling ears, severing the right arm if job,
his body snd mangling bis right leg. He
wu brought la and ear tied to tbe home of
lis poMSts, where he Iter In osUisal eon
Kitten aialua a rreaidait,
Nrw Yuiik, Jan, 85. Tbe dlnmr gits)
Thursday evening by Mrs. William A tor
to President Arthur wss one of the tuoet
elaborate of tbe Season. The guests as
tumbled at 7:110 and sat down to a sump
tuous repsst. The large labls, on wbloh
was the oft described silver dinner service,
was handsomely deeorsted with flowers,
and a Urge bouquet of rows i wss given to
Such lady present. Landers' orchestra,
w hich was concealed by large plants In e
corner near tbe atairway, played during ths
dinner. Mr. Astor wore s striking cos.
turns of pHim-oolored satin, while Mist
Carrie Astor wore while satin. The guests
present were Mr. and Mrs. Matturln Llv
tnirston, Mrs. Paran Stevens, Mrs. Btob
niili, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin If. Delano,
Mr. Mrs. Uooigo peshody Wetroan, Mr.
Mrs. .1. K. Roosevelt, Mr. and Mr. V. B.
liig.r, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Nnrthooal,
Mr. Alfred Pagot, Prluoe Von Piess, Mr.
KdwunU Pierre pont and Mr. Llspsaard
Mnwart. At 11 o'dook tbe guests all want
to Dmmonloo's to attend the Cotillon hall.
An Awful Tragedy.
Acnt'RM, Ky., Jan. 26.-N. ws bas bass
received of a terrible tragedy at Blehlleu,
a eiiinll villiigo ln Logan county, of Ibe
ratal muling or an old feud existing be
tween the lUnllsoii family on one side and
Itronaou'a on the otber. Both were very
weuithy. On Thursday Ueorge Uardlsoo
and Hurry ilronaon, sous of Jim Hardlson
and Itnb Itronson, renpeonvnly, iut. Hot ii
bad been drinking. Tbe men closed upon
eaob oiber with drawn knives, ami before
tbe bysiiuiders reslimd tbe Import of tbs
tragedy being enacted, llronson fell dead
with a knife tbruat through tbe heart, and
Ilurdisou loitered a few step and fell
douil. He win disembowlsd by a borrlbis
en I In the abdomen.
Xura Burns Mystery.
I'KottiA, III., Jan. 25. Some excitement
bus been created by ths report that a negro
woman, who whs brought from Kentucky
by a detective, has supplied tbe Grand
Jury w ith the missing link in the Zura
Mums cunt), Tbe negresa disappeared after
t ic tragedy, and was only discovered s few
iluys hgo. Her testimony, It is said, is
Ibat Zura Burns waa with ber one night and
a dav, and that tho left tba bouse with s
mm in a buggy.
Half tbe Town Laid Waal,
CiiiLLicoTiiK. Mo., Jan. W. Tbe tews
of Tripled, Chariton oouoty, suffered
.flS.ooo tint, ono-bait the town being laid
wuiU; inaurauoe, $8,500.
THS OKRMANIC'S PASBBNOBM.
London, Jau. 25. Tugs towed tbs
Ktt-amer Ueriuaulc to Liverpool. Thirty of
bur passengers proceeded to Quesnstnwn,
where they will take Hi Brlttanio tor Hew
York, Tbs remainder of the pusengert
stayed on boird tbe Oermauto, and on her
arrival at Liverpool will be tranafened to
ibe llrltanle. Th heavy aca still sou
GORDON AND THS KBRDIVB.
Cairo, Jan. 23. "Chinese" Gordon
had a satisfactory Interview with tba Ene
dlvo. after which be bad a conference with
Mr Kvelyn Barring, British diplomatic
agent. Uen. .sir Kvelyn Wood, Com mind
er of the B liinh troops, snd Nubar Psshs,
A DBTKCTIVR SHOT DSAD,
, Vihnna, Jan. 35. A detective recently
actively enirsged lu shadowing socialists,
was shot d a l by some unknown asssuln
st Florlsdonf, a village four miles from
Ibis olty. . "
' GER9AWT. ''
k THS KASBB'S HBALTH.
. Brrmn, Jan. 20. Emperor William has
been snffoilitg from a slight cold In tbs
head, but u reported very much better to-
New York CHy.
Whkat February fl 06 s March
$1 U8X; April II WX; May fl 18sf ; June
, . .
Coiitf-Fobruary 61K Maroh 18 1
April 6U; May 6
Hoos-Reoelpts 21,000; opened strong.
lOraUO blrher; light $5 ftOflO 20;rougn pack.
Ing $5 600615; heavy packing and
shipping $0 15T36 70. Cattle Beoelpt
800: weak all rounds .-exports , ft) 860
7 00; good to ohoioe $5 70fcr9 2ft; oommon
to fslr$5riS 50.
Whkat January 92M; February
92H; March MX; May Mf. ,
Cork January 53 ; February MM;
March 54; May 60; June 58.
Oats Jantiarv tiXi February tH;
Marco 82K; Mav87X. ,
' Bt. Locus.
Hooa-Beoelpta 4,678 bsadf shipments
1,01)0 head. Strung and very aotlve st
V) 75 S5 90 for Yorkers, $5 85(96 25 for
common mixed to good packing, and It 00
90 60 for butchers to choice bsavUs.
Shekp Common, medium and light
$2 Wd3 76; fair to good (4(34 00; ptlme
U 75 i0 00; fair to good Texan $3 75.9
UUTTKR-Recsipts 80.765 lbs. Msrket
quiet, but steady, and unchanged. Choice
and fancy, both packed snd roll. In , fair
local demand, while other qualities were
alow. We quote: Creamery Fair to
good 30(3.13, choloe 819 M snd 86; favor
ite brands a shade more; oft irrades st dairy
rates; onld storage ttook SK9J5. Dairy
Choice 11124027;' seleotlous 38; prime to
choice WaZl; fair 12(916; low grade sVeUO.
Kcar-by make (packed) steady, ranging st
8 to 15 for poor to ciioloe Boll Helsuted
northern dairy at 20021; choice 15.916;
country (near-by) wrapped steady obolt
at 16918; low lorrtlo. .
Eoos-Beoetpts 208 pkgs. Again higher
enU in brisk requuel at 82o for frsh. Doubt
ful, old or froztm sell for, tnuoh less than
' Kansas City.
' Cattlb Beoelpts 1,46 besd; ntarkst
active strong snd higher for sll grades.
Hoos-Bfcelpt 6.618 bead; marhet 0rm
st JOo. blkber quality consldrod sell
ing V 7506 40; bulk sales at SSOOtt
Wheat arrived steady; corn srrlveJ,
quiet but steady. Wheat to arrive quiet,
butflrm; corn to vtlve quiet but steady.
Mark Lane Wheat sad corn batter toae.
Country markets quiet. Spot wbest steady
with s fair demand. Wo. I spring ts
Western winter So Id. Mixed Western
earn better st 6e 6Md. DetMael fvesR
United Kingdom and Osntlaent aaoderaU
And Am far whssU asdssfv
Ttvt Bev. J. E. rWlos, of Now York, is
ono of ths moat widely-known and highly
sstssmod of Methodist ministers.
T; " liBlmrn-Ml that It It a nty
to tar Bias s nmiertr he Ii
-MIllUWI WIU1 II
rUieulllttleiil nr NitiireL
liepn lltenoverMt Mitt Im
intreelima auraus. Mr m was irowll
wlia Hlieuintilmu. end Biiffnrwl v., Mv,rai
Km-, ba wee nblltTrl lo lisvn piorphliia tn.
MBia ann in i mnnr. wniinin unennri.
e dlennverwl a r-immlv whlrJi nfTmt-.! linn,.
let. anils nermaiieiit cure. Ilniiiu, alrirfur.
It kn nituir oilier wllii ike aaina rrwuli. I Hbv
irnlahM ll In a tiunilmr nf iwniona snlfmine
leumaunn. and Uio rwiii It hu xwn lininellaia
refier.snneronuinnhieurx. Aminiiriiiiiiini, lirernlt
to litrr Vm. I (lorlilt. paatnr nl Umtixiirirn HI. M.
rtinn. Mew Hven,!iin.,'
,wni wan sun nn nir irru
wiin tnie snrnnie ni
wont ss wrltUui In m rin, wisfim-f hi in lo rnM
atati luofl ' u-li-s suffnrlng Willi
I wm irmi hla nn
What Mr. OorblC Mayei
... . " Na Haven, July M, last .
" Mr. rVtarlea i Duar Htn-l wth to say for dm Iwn
nlnf U who an siilIortii with liiflaiiiinaUiry lthwi.
Butuein, that ynnr iiinllnliie I hifnllltilo. 1 sulTori'd ,
fiwtwnnwntha Uie iiiimt etorudatliiK lortiirot Hint
pound of flmh, ami waa not out of iny limine fur '
uuintli i I hnaril of ymir rnmnly, and wan alnumt
InetanUr rellnviiil liy ll. 1 1 tlmro In a nnv ilr (. r ills.
aeof any ktml, yotiraiumtiwrUliily in fur luflaiu.
SUtlory lUimiinaUaiii In IU unvermt luriii.
" Toura nicntt nwiwlfnlly, Wm. 1'. OonatT,
" rsstuf lieorir HI. at. X, Cliuroh. N ew Uaveu, Ooiin."
; Such is Atiiiaipiiohoh a thorough and
eiflcient cure for the worst cones of Rheu
matism and Neuralgia.
If yon oannnt gwt ATM wraoao nf ymir itniavlat,
w will Mild II eiirrwi j'tij, on nx lt of rwuter
pile one dollar r iKittle, Weiinifnr Uiat you tmy
It from your dnwKtnt, lint If ha liwii't It, do not ba
tanuaded to try aoniotbliisr el, but order at om
from ua aa dimHiL
ITHLOPHODOS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
teU th children to rmt ont and tar the onuilo
dloonett ptnturr Uity trpoar from Issue to
Tbey will be ubNuwd with Uie oolleoUon.
This space Is owned by
Of ce-uts wt mean th famous animal appearln
ea th label of mry rnulu pcktkrof lilawtk
well' Boll Durham Bmoklna Toliaono. Every
dealer keeps this, th ti Bmoklna; Tobaocotnad.
Rene lenoiue without trade-mark of tbe Dull.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Miule) to ijrtler.
6th St., bet. Ohio fvse at Commercial Ave.
OA1HO. - - - ILL.
Bepalrinff neatly done at short notice.
NEW YORK. 8TOUK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. ,
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD V JSKY CLOSK
NEW YORK STORE CO,
(tor. Nineteenth street I floitt III
Commercial Arena f 1JlinJ, life
W. ITRATT0N, Cairo. ' T. BIRO. Mlseonrt.
8TEATT0N & BIIID,
Hoi W Ohio Levee, Cairo, f'.l.
Bf"lnt Ara ericas Powder Co
"0ITY GUN STOKE,,
Oldett in the city; established in 1862-
Coal Ave., between Mb and 10th Bt. .
MAXVrACTCSlB DIAUR IN ALL KINDS
Aaussalttottef sll deecriptloaj alwav oa hand at
Oeseval repairing fa all kind of metals. Keys
jf14lrlion ssiMi'i to order, and aailsfactloa
watiaatad. Olvo s iiall, and be convinced for
vesjmlf, at U a ga of itte "BIO GUM .n
JOHN A. KOEHLER,
rroortetor, Cairo, Ilk
t ' rto
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