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Impurity of the
Blood, Fever and
and all Diseases
caused by De
rangement of liver, BoweU and Eldneys.
TMPTOM9 Or A P1SKASED LITER.
Bad Breath ; Pain In the Side, sometime the
pain U felt under the Shoulder-blade, mistaken fur
Rheumatism ; general lost of appetite ; Bnwcla
generally costive, sometime alternating with laj
Die head It troubled with pain, is dull aud heavy,
with considerable lota of memory, accompanied
with a painful sensation of leaving undone something
which ought to have been done; slight, dry cnuga
and flushed face it aometlmet en attendant, often
mistaken for consumption; the patient complaint
of weariness and debility ; nervous, easily startled;
feet cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation
of the akin exists; spirits are low and despondent,
end, although satisfied that exercise would be bene
ficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try itin fact, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the disease, but case
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet
examination after death has shown the Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
It ahould be need by all persona, old aad
young, whenever any of the above
Persona Traveling or Living- In lTn
healthy Localities, by taking a dose occasion,
ally to keep the Liver in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria. Billons attack, liiiiiness, Nau
tea. Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, etc. It
will Invigorate like a glasa of wint, but 1 no in
If Tou have oaten anything hard ol
dlgeation, or feel heavy after meals, or sleep
leal at night, take a dose and you will be relieved.
Time and Doctori' Bills will be aaved
by alwaya keeping the Regulator
In the House!
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
aafa purgative, alterative and tonic can
never De out of place. The remedy Is harmleaa
' and doea not Interfere with business or
IT 19 PURELY VEGETABLE,
And has all the power and efficacy of Calomel er
Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects.
A Governor's Testimony.
Simmons Liver Regulator has been in use In my
family for some time, and I am satisfied it is a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J. Gill Shostsr, Governor of Ala,
Hon. Alexander H. Stephens, of Ge.,
says : Have derived some benefit from the use of
Simmons Liver Regulator, and with to give it a
"The only Thing that never falls to
Relieve," I have used many remedies for Dys
pepsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never
have found anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmons Liver Regulator has, I sent from Min
nesota to Georgia for it, and would send further for
such a medicine, and would advise all who are tint,
ilarly affected to give it a trial at it seems the only
thing that never fails to. relieve.
P. M. Janniv, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. W. Mason says i From actual ex
perience in the use of Simmons Liver Regulator in
any practice I have been and am satisfied to use
and prescribe It at a purgative medicine.
HaTake only the Gennlne, whieh alwayt
has on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. II. ZEILIN ft CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Thoej. W. Shields,
OWE NIGHT ONLfl
MONDAY, February 4.
. Engagement of the Celebrated Comedians,
BAKER and FAERON,
in their Original Creation, entitled
"CHRIS & LENA";
Life on the Upper Mississippi
all played by them In all the large oltlei of the
leserved seats at Buder's. Popn'ar prices. S3,
H and 75 cents. No extra charge fer reserved
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
FRIDAY and KCUV 1 & 0
SATURDAY S x ou J A
Xngagement of the Charming Little Comedy
supported by the Pnpnlar Comedy,
Misted by the Fsmons Chicago Silver Band and
:' " The Farcical Comedy In Four Aots, entitled
"Wanted a Husband!"
' - The Laughable Society Comsdy
The Sensational Comedy
All of the shove named comedians were written
for Miss Goodrich and produced only by this com-
HfHtle of seats commences Wednesday morn
ing tt Bader'l Admission 71 and M Including re
nerredieeate. Gallery ascents.
- tarSPECIAL ANNOUNCEMBHT1.JH
The Famous Original
;'. .Madison Square Theatre) Co ,
with the Greatest Cast that has yet teen In
thla city appears In
oa Feb. Tth. Further particulars In a few dsyt.
, W. W. RANDALL, Agent.
W. BTBATTON, Cairo. T. BIRO, Missouri.
STRATTON & BIRD,
. a.W Ohio levee, Cairo, IU.
Or&ceaia American Powder Co. . f
BwM AHMt BMP wMtl aUaMklV
WATCH AND PRAY.
Daring Safa Burglar? During Morning
Between roar and five Thoaaaurl Dol
laraln Blob Jewels Kern red by
lb Bold Craehetnen.
New York, Jan. 23. While religious
ervlces were bains; held In at least a dozen
churches In the First Police Preclnot.
Brooklyn, and while Fulton street was
live with pedestrians, the safa in tba
Jewelry establishment of Edwin 1). Hay
den, at No. S06 Fulton street, was beliiR
torn open by professional burglars, who
(leaped In broad daylight with almost lu
entire oontents, valued at between $4,000
and $5,000. The atore occupies one-half of
ihe ground floor of a double building.
Samuel B. Whitney, a clerk employed by
Mr. Hayden, left bla home and vlaltod the
atore, as baa long been bis custom, to
make an Inipeotlon and aee that everything
about the place waa all right. Ho
found the gas burning in the rear of the
store, aa it bad been left at tho close of
business Saturday night. The windows
were fastened securely. He reinulned In
the store until 10:5ft. noticing the time aa
be was about to take bla departure. He
Intended to return in an hour. Before
locking the street door be disconnected the
burglar alarm, which was fastened at the
transom over the street door, and which
bad wires communicating wltb every part
of the establishment. The clerk was ab
sent two hours, roturnlng at 12:45. The
street was crowded wlib people returning
from church, anil policemen were puliol
ling thoir posts on cither side of tho way.
Whitney uulorked '.ho door and did not no
tloe anything unusual until he want to the
hack of the store. The safe, of Tervvilllng
er mako, stood In the rear, purely
COKCKAl.KI) FROM TIIK HTRKKT
by a stove. The right hand door of this
receptacle bad been literally torn from Its
binges, and lay near the stove. The com
position between the Internal and external
plates of Iron was cracked and shattered In
pieces about the floor. The, door on the
opposite aide remained Intact, hut ' had
been swung open. The safe Is about five
feet In height and four feet In width. It is
arranged with numerous shelves, upon
which the trays of Jewelry and valuables
are placed. When the store was closed
Saturday night all tbe mere valuable stock
was In the safe and the combination lock
set. Not a single article of Jewelry re
mained In it when the clerk made tho dis
covery of tbe burglary on reluming at noon.
Without waiting Mr. Whitney reported
tbe case at tbe Washington street Police
station. Capt. Campbell, accompanied by
Detective White and Roundsman Mara, at
once began an investigation. Near the safe
tbey found "Jlrnmys, " one aa heavy as a
erowbar and about three feet louict and the
other differently arranged at tbe end and
some what smaller, two augurs, one heavy
sledgehammer, two chisels, one pair of
nippers and a small artlole used to turn a
combination lock. In the rear of the atore
Is a amall room wltb one dingy window. It
Is heavily barred. On a table In this room
tbe police found nil tbe empty trays which
bad been taken from tbe aafe. Several ar
ticles of prated Jewelry of comparatively
little value lay In a pile. Tbe burglars bad
evidently sorted tbe stock with excellent
FOR ONLY COSTLY GOODS,
diamonds, Jewelry and heavy plate were
taken. Inspector Mackellar had been noti
fied of tbe burglary in the meantime, and
with headquarters, detectives Powers,
Zundt and Lowry, visited the atore. There
Is a hallway leading from the street to the
apartments over No. 203 and 206, A
stairway connects this ball with a small
room In the basement. Thla room is very
dark. When the policemen went down to
the basement tbey found that entrance had
been effected by the burglnrs to the cellar
door under the Jewelry store. A bole bad
been out through tbe eighteen-incb brick
wall dividing the cellars. Brick and mor
tar were heaped in a pile on tbe floor. Tbe
bole waa about two feet square. A piece
of candle, a carpenter's chisel a small
pointed aaw and a large screw-driver
lay on tbe lower step of the stairway,
while a flask half full of whisky was
fonnd with a brush broom on the pile of
bricks. Following tbe route taken by the
burglars through a coal bin the officers
reached tba stairway leading to Hayden 's
store. Tba trap-door in the floor waa pro
teoted only by a amall bolt, which bad been
easily forced. It la believed that they left
the premises aftsr securing the plunder In
tba eetue way, for the other means of exit
wan fastened aeourely. Mrs. Bonis E.
Seleert, who oecupiea apartments on the
first floor, over No. 208, Informed a repor
ter that she heard no noise during tbe morn
Ing, although she was in tbe upper ball
several tlmea during tbe hour the burglary
was committed. Mr. Whitney is positive
that everything was safe when be left the
store in the morning. He was in tbe habit
of Bleeping in the atore until he was mar
ried, aeveral months ago. Tbe owner of
tbe store took an account of his stock, and
a list of the missing articles will be given to
, THK POLICB THINK
that tbe burglary was committed by men
wbobave studied tbe locality. It would
have been impossible, they sayj for men
unacquainted with the "lay" to have suc
ceeded In robbing tbe atore In ao abort a
time. It la believed that not less than
three men were engaged in the burglary,
and as many more were on duty outside
the atore to warn their companions, should
tba polloe approach. Three policemen
were on duty in Fulton street yesterday
morning. Tbey did not notice any aus
picious actiona in tba neighborhood, and
did not know of tbe burglary until It was
reported. In March, 1881, tbe Jewelry
atore of William Wise, fifteen doora above
Mr. Hayden's establishment, was robbed
on a Sunday morning. About $5,000 worth
of Jewelry was secured by the tbievei. Tbe
stolen property was returned through a
well-known lawyer, who aoted as
Traaredy From I.oade Bevolvi"
Bock Island. III., Jan. 28. At Wash
ington five laborers boarded the C. , B. I
4 P. train, which left this olty at 7 on Sat
urday evening for Kansas City. They
were going to Brigbton. Some of tbe par
ty began fooling wltb a loaded revolver and
tba weapon waa discharged, tbe bullet ea
taring the neok of ona of tbe men, killing
him almost Inatantly. j
JaeaVi Craakaal AaelsjaaaeBt.
Rich Hrix, Mo., Jan. 28. Some weeks
ago, N. Jaoebs, elathler and dry goods
merchants made an assignment to 8. L.
Loag, of this eity, In favor of his creditors.
On Saturday night tba Sheriff served an at
tavhaaent on tba .tack on tba grounds of.
frsndalaat tranarar or concealment at part
m save sww.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TU ESI) A V
Glouckstkr, Mass., Jan. 28. -'lbs
schooner Geo. W. Stetson, which eitlletl
! u mber 10 to Georges for oodlllsh, has
b en given up for loat. Tbe Stetson wn
manned by a craw of 12 men, ns follows:
Captain Laughlln McLoud. le ? n a widow
and one child; Henry Hernial, Ansudy
Moll, ad, Malca1m Mcliead, James Mo
Arthur, James McDonald, Simon M
Koebern, Patrick Flak andWm. Kennedy
each leavea a widow and on. child; AiuTiit
MeArthnr, John McVarlsh and John Uywi
each loavoa a widow. Thla Is the third v "-
stil that baa been given up since tl.a yenr
opened, the crews of which airKregate -men.
Tbe schooner Waldo living, also
long overdue, will undoubtedly never ve
lum. It waa engaged In the Iliiridorti
fishery at Georges, It sailed Pecoinbrr 2ti,
ninl wns manned by a orewof 14 men. Tim
schooner Alice C. Jordan arrrvod from
Fortune Bay, N. F., with a full cargo, of
frozou herring, after being abaent only 2d
days, one of the qulukeat voyiues ou
Liquor War 1st Wba Oily. j
Joplin, Mo. , Jan. 28. Tba teetotal aU-,
staluun bava begun an native crusade i
aguinst ruin In this corner of tbe state. The
ether day an application was filed before
.Imlge McGregor by . M. Milhollund, of
Webb City, for an injunction restraining
the county court from granting dramshop i
license in Webb City, unless upon petition i
of a majority of olttr.ens, on the ground
tbikt Webb City baa lesa than 2,600 inhabit
ant. A temporary restraining order was'
granted until the matter could be given a,
hearing. A delegation of ladles also ap-'
pearnd before the county court axkingtbutl
the dramshop license be Increased.
Rate Douglass tret s Nlay.
Jrffkrson City, Jan. 28. Mutinous 11. ,
Uitts, of St. Louis, filed a motion wltb the
Supreme Court for a atay of execution In'
the Kate Douglass case, and a general May
was granted by the court. Kate Doug la,
colored, ww Indicted for murder fur stub
blnu Jos. Miller, her paramour, on July
lo, 1882, In Clabber Alley, St. Louis. Sho
was tried May 12, 1883, and convicted of
murder In the first degree. Tho case was
'akeii to the Court of Appeala, where
Judgment was affirmed and Feb. 1, 1884,
lixed as the day of execution. After grunt
Ing a general atay, the court set March 3
for hearing arguments In the case.
Hies Consists lit Boatoti.
Boston, Jan. 28. Miss PhoebuCouzlns,
of St. Louis, lectured on "Temperance"
In Treinont Temple, Sunday afternoon, to
an Immense audience. Miss Cou.lns Is
lecturing through this State for the Red
path Bureau, and ia having marvclou
siiec'ss. In Lawrenoe last week nearly
3.0(H) people turned out to hear hnr. On
Thursday she speaks In Newport, II. I.
Tho following dispatch waa received by
Miss Cousins' family:
Boston, Mass., 28.-Had an audience
Sunday of over 8,000; magnificent tribute.
PHtEBB W. Couzinh.
DLDFT FLAG THE TBJJS.
k Vlght Whisk, fa Boananltarlan
Beaaono, Waa ttevar Bepertea to
A few engineers aad firemen were sitting
around a coll of t team-pipe in tbe round
bouse telling their yarns. Among them was
a pa's young man who had lost his health in
a dry goods store and had Just engaged as an
"I never was so mad," said big Bill temp
sey, "as I was when I licked Jim Ransom fur
not flnggtn' me."
"When was thatr asked one of the firemen.
"Lb's see," said Bill, thoughtfully. "That
was in 79 -the year they put in tbe Clarion
"For what offense did you punish blmf
asked the pale young man,
"What did you whip him forr
"Waal," said Bill, "the coufounded ejiot
stopped down in the Kewanee holler, an'
never sent no man back to flag me. Iwusa
cousin' down tba bill bellity-split, when I
scon bis way car. I bad the old '70,' with
twenty-four cars, an' I badnt no idee I could
stop 'er, but I flung 'er over an' give 'er the
plug fur all she wus worth. I tore her old
Are all out, but I got 'er by the neck all the
same. She stopped within three feet o' Jim
Ransom's way-car. Thunder an' sour milk,
but I was mad I Jim wus a-standin' there,
aa rattled as a woman on a crosain', an' I
says, 'You Infernal ejlot, why dldu't you
aend nobody back to flag met 'By gosh,
Bill,' says 'a 'I'll be darned if I didn't furgit
it.' 'Oh, you did, ebT says I an' I Jumped
down out o' that gangway an' give him tbe
etemaleet wallopln' he ever got."
"Why did you not report bun to the super
intendent, and have bim removed for such
gross carelessness I" asked the pale young
"Say, look a-here young fellow, I'll give
you a dead straight pointer," replied Bill
"If you're a-comin' on the road with them
sort o' ideas, the quicker you dont come the
better fur you. If it's good health you want,
you Just rent out them air notions to soma
fellow with kid gloves. Tea, I'd look purty.
I would, a-goin' an' reportin' a man that's got
a family to take care of, an' bava Mm throwed
out of a job in tba dead o' winter. Young
feller, them Ideas may do fur counter-jumpers,
but hain't good fur nutbln' to railroad with."
Broaeno Mats aa aa Eqaestrlaa.
' Bill Nye.
Speaking about cowboys, Sam Stewait,
known from Montana to Old Mexico as
Broncho Sam; was the chief. His special de-'
light was to break tba warlike heart of tba
vicious wild pony of tbe plains, and make
him the servant of man,
There may be joy in a wild gallop across
the boundless plains, in the crisp morning, on
the back of a fleet broncho; but when you,
return with your ribs sticking through your
vest, and find that your nimble steed has re-,
turned to town two hours ahead of you, there
is a tinge of sadness about it all.
Broncho Sam, however, made a specialty of
doing all tbe riding himself. He wouldn't'
enter into any compromise and allow tbe
home to ride him.
In a reckless moment be offered to bet 1 10
that he could mount and ride a wild Texan'
steer. The money was put up. That aettled
it. Bam never took water. This was true
in a double sense. WelL ha climbed the
cross-bar of the corral gate, and asked the.'
other boys to turn out their beet steer, Mas
quis of Queensberry rules.
As the steer passed out Bam slid down and
wrapped those parenthetical lets of bis
around that high-headed, broad-horned brute,
and he rode hlan till the fleet-footed animal
feU down on tho buffalo grass, ran bis hot
red tongue eut across the blue norlcon, shook
lis aau oonvulatvair, swaUed no sadly and
died, v i r, ., .. .., . ... .
It took Sam four days to walk back.
A ten dollar bill locs as large to ma as tba
star spangled bauaar aometimea; but that is
ait avenue of wealth that bad not occur red
PdratkarridaaUiaaaawat tan day aud
MORNINQ. JANUARY 29
Washington, Jan. 28,-nishop Simp
son of the M. E. Church offered prayer In
I Senator Sherman preieutod a memorial
from the Ohio legislature In favor of Uui
! restoration of the duty on wool.
Senator Mitchell presented a potltlon from
the business men of Philadelphia pmylng
for tlMi pussage of an act to redoem the trailn
Senator lloar reported from the commit
tee on Judiciary a bill to amend the net re
lating to polvgniny In Utah. At VIM a
resolution was offered stating that the doalh
of representative Maosey bail been re
ported. On motion of Senator Butler the
Senate adjourned. Butler, Pendleton and
Hill have appoluted a funeral committee.
' m . ' . Iloaiae.
Washington, Jan, 28. In tbe House,
Immediately after reading tbe Journal,
O'flara, of North Carolina, announced
tba death of Mr. E. W. M. Mackey, offer
lug the usual resolution for a joint commit
tee to take charge of the funeral, and tlmt
the House, as a mark of respect to his
memory, do now adjourn., which wus
unanimously adopted.. At 12:00 p. m. the
Washington, Jan. 28. -Rumors con
oerning ihe peoullar practice of the Clerk
of the House Committee on Expenditures
of the Department of Justice are flying
thick and fast. It Is said be has been sell
ing to correspondents the testimony taken
before the coinmluee, . causing to be pub
lished actual und proposed proceedings
that are supposed to be aecrot. Chairman
Springer comes to tbe defeuse of his clerk.
Ho says: "It all grew out of the fact tluit
WIIinoii, who was lately connected wltb the
Slar Itouto prosecutions, went to tbe com
mlttee room and made abstracts of the
charges made against Governor Mur
ray, of Utah, and . which ' were
sold. This talk about my
clerk selling the secrets of tbe committee
grew nut of that Murray matter and noih
lug else. If there la any blame It helnnvs
to Gibson. When Gibson made his synop
sis my clerk, Ml. Irwin, who published a
paper In Pekin, III., told him that If the
synopsis was for publication be would Ilka
a oo py of It. Glbsou told him to make .the
copy. Irwin used rraanlfold paper and
made three copies. I think he gave two of
them to newspaper correspondents ud
told them, as be tells roe, that If they
wanted to pay blm for his trouble In
making copies they might do so. I have
since told blm that whatever news there
was to give he should give It to all alike
anil not lo say anything about what trouble
it cost him."
m'miixan's boy at collrok.
There Is a great deal of gossip among the
rounds regarding Senator. McMillan, of
Minnesota, and his peculiar nepotism.
McMillan Is chairman of tbe committee on
Commer.ce, and bia son figures on the pay
rolls as clerk at $2,200 a year. It la said
young McMillan hat never performed any
duties as clerk, but that the clerk of anoth
er committee doea the work for him while
he Is away at college aud baa not the re
motest net! n of what is going on before the
, SRNA's'0118' KINPOI.KSINCI.OVRH.
It looka as if tbe action of tho Senate In
voting all Senators not chairmen of com
mittees, a private secret iiry or clerk at a
salary of M a day will prove fine nest egg
for nepotism. Officers of tho Senato re
fuse to give out names of appointees under
the new order. It Is claimed that tbe rea
son they refuse to do so is In order to shield
Senators from derision who desire to ap
point their wives, daughters or sons as
their private secretaries. There are al
ready fifteen Senators who have appoluted
tbelr sons clerks of their commttees. Al
ready a large majority, It Is said, of tho
Senate employes are related by blood or
marriage to Senators. It It thought that
seven-eights of these private secret arysblpe
will be filled by Senator's sons, daughters,
wives or other relatives.
ReprtseulMlve ('base Habinllted.
Washington, Jan. 28. Chase submit
ted the records of the denartment sustaining
charges against Gov. Murray, affecting his
administration as United States Marshal for
the district of Kentucky. Chairman
Springer says a soon as Chase 'a examina
tion Is concluded, Representative Wblte.'of
Kentucky, who on Monday last asserted on
the floor of the House that Gov. Murray
"should be in penitentiary" will be called.
He says the cbarires asalnat Oovernnr Mnr.
ray are of an official character, and made
up of reoords of tbe Department of
Justice. Tbe matter came before
the committee incidentally and until
Mr. While Is heard ucon the autili.it.
he does not know wbat course the commit
tee will determine upon. When asked If
Murraywould.be called to testify before
tbe committee Springer said be did not
.think It necessary, ae the charges had been
Investigated by the Department of Justice,
and a report in tbe case sustained them.
If Gov. Murray decided to correct the
records he will have to do so by applying
to the department. The official record was
aufliclont for tbe committee.
A lleatf roogressmnn.
Washington, Jan. 28.-W. M. Muckey,
of South Carolina, died at four o'clock at
tho residence of bls.brother of Inflammation
of the bowels after three days' Illness. He
was the only Republican member from the
state or South Carolina. He was born in
Charleston In 1840; has held various offices
of trust In that state since tbe close of the
war, being generally considered a party
leader. He waa elected to tbe prtscut
Congress over Samuel Lee, Independent,
receiving 18,409 votes to 10,017 for his op
Sabln'a l.oaa at MtlllCater. ,M
Washington, Jan. 28. A represents-
live of Minnesota, spcaklug of the great
prison fire at Stillwater, Minn., aald: "The
loss of Senator Sabin and hit manufactur
ing firm, who are contractors of the prison
Isbor, by that and other Area will re ich
n ;orly 300,000. Until too State provides
new quarters for tbe convicts to work In,
tho State will have to stand tbe expense of
the labor. Mr. Nahlts la tint llkalv
turn to Washington for some time. "
Cleveland, O., Jan. 28. G. T. Wil
liams, tnlegrs-ph auperlnteudent of the
Nickel Plate railroad, has been annnlniml
general manager of tba National Telegraph
othuii'sut, iu operate ins uneaof the Nickel
Plate. Weat Shore and lateral hr.nh.
Tba company will soon be ready for busk
Washington,- Jan. 28.VTba Senate
Committee on Appropriations have ordered,
a favorable report on tbe House bill mak
ing an impropriation for ana tebaato ra-
" rvnciun. ---m
I a uooistion.
lllRUN, Jan. 88. Tha Naua Praia
Pre tie iitggssta that the Turkish army be
sent to Soudan.
IIKRR I.ASKICh'S fUNEIIAI..
Bkri.In, Ian. 28. Tho committee In
charge of the funeral ceremonies have Issued
Invitation to tbe service. The procession
will he headed by membera of the
Mechanic Institute, a deputation from tbn
Working men's assootstlon, and Liberal
.KHsoelntlnns of the first and second Helens
tuff electoral districts.
The friends and relations of Ihe late llerr
Linker, will follow the funeral cur. After
them will come Invited guusls,fhnnforelHn
diplomatic agents aud Dually tho Hepies' n
tatlves of the third, fourth, firth and sixth
: A rabbi will deliver the address at the
cemetery, where a abort ceremonj accord
ing lo (be Jewish rltuil will be held. The
Liberal factions of tbe Rulchstag have sum
uioneil all Liberals of Berlin lo attend tho
ceremonies. The town officials a III be
present In a body. All parties In the lower
House of the district will be represented,
Including clericals. All members of the
National Liberal party In the Reichstag will
attend ray funeral. Theftiuernl committee
have resolved to thank the New York com
mittee for the servlcea held In New York.
The body will ho interred In the so-called
"How ol Honor" In tne Jewish cemetery,
Tho funeral promisee to be a gieat demon
( BAKINQ II I..
(Ailto, Jan. 28. Sit Evelyn Baling,
British diplomatic agent, Is III.
Liverpool, Jan. 28. Theiblp Juno was
wrecked ut Mersey, It Is (eared that
twenty -II vo persons were drowned.
1 C'aiiio, Jan. iH. The steamers Albas end
lioiinllne returned to Khartoum. The
.ofiluer in command of the etpeditlon re
ports they were unable to reach Hcnoar nn
Recount of the liartasslng fire from the guns
of the rebels In strong force and oeeupylng
luommuudlng positions along the banks ol
(the river, At one point tbe rebels, who
'(tommiiiided both banks, attempted to cap
'lu i n I ho lioiirdliie. Under a heave fire
from the shore they sent a large force In
gunboats to hoard tho Bourdlne, after a
desperate light, lasting several hours, lu
which the rebels lost heavily, the Rotir
dine succeeded lu getting out of range of
CaIIio, Juii. 28. A merehuut who es
caped from Olicld on Ihe loth, hat arrlvsd
at Khurtotim. He says Mahdl bas 27,000
men mid plenty of guns. Three hundred
men lielonglim to Kicks Punlia'e coiuin ind
are wltb the False Prophet.
(IOIII1IIN H MISGIVINGS.
London, Juii. 2H. The Standard's
Cairo correspondent lulocraphs that Gen.
Gordon In conversation with a number of
friends previous to starting for Khartoum
expressed misgivings of tbe success of his
mission ami ssld ho feared It would prove a
failure on account of not being sent aooner,
I'lCKKI) Ul AT SKA.
London. Jan. 28 Twenty-three of the
rrew of tint ship ".Simla" which sunk In
the English c'unnul on Friday by a collision
with the ship City nf'Lucknow, wets picked
tip by a pnsalng vessell off the Isle of Wight
aud have been landed at Dunkirk. A few
of the orow tie still unaccounted for.
London, Jan. 28. The storm which si
lu Saturday evening continues, but with
le verity, In Scotland a storm pre
vailed last night and all tbe railways were
blocked. Trains average 12 hours late.
Dublin, Jan. 28. A nationalist meet
ln. vus held ut Newport. In spile of the
storm fully ten thousand people were pre
sent, Including Messrs. Mayne, Blggor and
O'Brien, n mi.' is of parliament and many
priest", a ies' u 'on was pasted declaring
the land act Inadequate and that tbe ami
gratlnn scheme was a brutal blunder.
Nationalist meetings were alto held at Par
aontown and Edgowortbtown.
1 Paris, Jan. 28. Tbe atorm of Saturday
night almost completely cutoffParla from
telegraphic communication, Only one wire
working. Iudlcatloua are that oontldera
bin damage was done to property lo tbe
i To lh Lowest Bidder.
f Washington, Jm. 28. The Senate
Committee on Public Bulldlnga and
Grounds have ordered a favorable report
;on the bin providing for the erection of
pulillu buildings by contract to tbs lowaat
I THE MARKETS.
Now York City.
WllKAT Fehru.rv . 11 OilK; March
$1 08V; April 1 11X; May ft ISM; Jan
uary n l.
! Corn February 61; March (OH;
I April 04; May OS1' ; January 81.
1 Oats Fchrurry 30J ; May 42X.
. Nt. Loaia.
Wiiray January l02Xb.; February
1 IK)',; March $1 04 K b.; May $1 7KOK
toU OTVrS'r; June )1 08 b. year 97 X
roHN-Januaiy 40 b.; February 47 X
to 47; March 48 b.; May 61 to SI.
OA'ts-Jauttarv 32 l.; February 82 b. ;
March 32. b.y May 85 b. i
f. U tl?t an, ,
, uii TIs,vsiva AH"UW VMVUVU IIVUVIi
Ten uts. lower; light W 40ra0 00; rough pack
In i 0 60(20 00; heavy packing and
shipping WOOrdU50. Cattle-Receipts 8,-
800; weak all round; exports SolOQ
6 80; common to choice $4 90O0 00.
Wheat January 91; February
92's; March 0.1; May 00; June
Corn January 52; February 62;
March S3; May 68XOV; Juno 68.
Oats January 82 fj February 82;
Mareu 32; Mav 36.
Pork January $15 67; February
S15 67; March $15 82; May $16 IS.
LARD-Junuary 9.05; February 9.0S b.
March 9.171 May 9.85.
Liver oat, '
! Wbest arrived e toady; aora arrived,
quiet but steady. , Wheat to arrlva quiet,
.but firm; corn to active quiet but steady.
Mark Lane Wheat firm aad oera steadier.
Country markets quler. Spot wheat steady
wltb a fair demand. No. 3 . spring 9s
Western winter 8a . , Mixed Western
Lnm hti a sui r a
m ww va mt awSBHSSSsa SVVHSI
Hjnttea . jungaom and PsnUssm
mini.. mi. nnmni.i
si Scepticism -
What hue Hkepticiin ilono for the world ?
Nothing but to eiitrueHt doubts, it, ha even
BiiggeaU'd tliut Ithi'iiMi.itlKin riiiinot, bo curod.
hkepliclmn le an bail a Hlicumiitimii.
Whut Iiuh Hcimn o ilium fur tlm world ?
A good many thing; for Instance, n has
aliowu thill llheillimliHiii ciiii bo cured.
It him Hhnwn tlmt Neiirulglikciin he got, rid of.
Modern science hitNproved t hut. KheiiinitllHin h
a blood iIIwhw, ami lia.i provided ATiiuiruniioti
as the remedy which enn completely cure It.
It, tins proved that nil hough tho old doctor
fulled toovereome Neuralgia, ATiiuii-iioHoevun
reach. It, and eradicate a irom tho MyHU'in,
It has proved that though theno tormenting
diseases worn so Nlow anil olmilimto, thoy cuu
bu overcome In a Utile wbll'i by uicudh of
Don't bo skeptical. If you Imvennydimhtsas
to what Atiiloi-iiokos can do, write to some of
those whom It Ime cured. Kor Instance, Itev. H.
It. iMiimen, R l)., pastor Third t'lingregntlnniil
Church, of New Haven, Conn., the llev. W. I'.
I'orblt, pantor (liHirgii Ht. M. K. Church, of New
Haven, the Itev. J. K. Huarles, paster Wlllettw,
M. K. Church, New York city, Mr. Itriiininell, tbn
woll known candy nianufiuuurer, of New York,
Kx-tlov. lllgelow, of t'onnccllcut, unit ninny
olhent, equally well known.
If you eannot ant ATiii.oenoHoaof ynr ilniirKlt,
wa will aurid It sri' I'islif, on rw.'l.t nf uvular
prteeone dollar nir laitlin. Yin imtnr Ihatyoii buy
It from your ilrnuwUI., hut If lio hwn't It, ilo not Im
iwrauailiMl to try noiiii'tlilns oiao, lint urilur at meo
rum ua as dlmitou.
ITHL0PH0R05 CO., 112 WILL ST., NEW YORK.
Durham Is historic. II waa neutral smiiinl
Johnson. Holdlera of txith aniilm nlletl
Uialritniielim with thntoliaiHioatoreilthera,
and, after tlx siirrendcr, marehad honia.
ward. Boon orders earn from Knit, Want,
North and Hon th, fur "mornof tliatalisrant
toliacoo." Then, ten nimi ran an unknown
factory, Now It niloya SiKI nimi, uses tlm
pint and plek of tlm (lolilnn Unit, and th
Durham Dull la th trado niark of thla, thn
IwattotHSecolnthowurlil. Illaekwnll'a Hull
Durham Hinoklim Tubaooo tiaa tlm lara-Mt
aalenf any aniiikln- totiaooo In tlio world
Whyf Hluiply Ixwaiiati It Is tha . All
dealara bava It Traito-mark of the Dull,
If ne'rlfrnns for a park,
aira of III sw.-JI's Hull
Dnrhani Hmokliiv Tn
tiaooo. an Im waa told, ho
iiildii't liava Imwii
ournerwl by Urn bull.
2-1., K. INCUS,
Manufaoturer anil Dualor fn
0th Street, between Com'l Ave. and Levuo,
CHOKE BOIUNQ A SPECIALTY
ALL KIN 1)8 OV AMUNITIOS.
Safes Heoalred. All Kinds ol Kevt Made.
fas. a. sarru.
SOBSHT A. SHITU,
Grand Central Store.
OIIiO. - - ILL.
The ltcgnlar Cairo & Paducah Daily
LOOK OUT I
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Str. GUS FOWLER.
' ' HRNRT E. TAYLOR, Mooter.
OEOKGK JOUEb, Clerk.
Leaves Padacah for O dro dally (Sundays except
ed)atS a. m., and Mound Cltv at I p. m. Hetnrn
ing, leaves Cairo at.p.m.; Mound City at 5 p.m.
Nashville, Padacah A Cairo U. 8. Vail
... line...,.,. . ,Jr.
For Padueah, Smlthland, Dycrsbnrit, Kddyvllla.
Canton, Dow, Clarksvllle snd Nashville,
221 B. S RHEA .
t. B.TTNKR... , ,. , afaainr
Leaves every Monday morning at 10 o'clock a. at.
V. H. CHERItY.
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