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THE DAILY " CAIRO BTTTI.RTfM
Impurity of th
nicrad, Fever and
and all Disease!
caused by De
rangement of Livr, Bowels and Kidneys.
SYMPTOMS OF A DISEASED LITEK.
Bad Breath; Pain in (he Side, tumetiines th
rln It fell under tha Shoulder-blade, mistakea for
heumauim; general mt of appetite; Howell
Itnerally costive, sometiroae alternating with lai;
the head is troubled with pain, is dull and beary.
with considerable loaa of memory, accompanied
with a painful sensation of leaving undone something
which ought to have been done; a slight, dry cough
and flushed fact ia sometime an attendant, often
mistaken for consumption; the patient complaint
of weariness and debility ; nervous, easily startled;
(eat cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation
of the skin eaisis; spirits are low and despondent,
and, although satisfied that exercise would be bene
6cial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude 14
try it in fact, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet"
examination after death has shown the liver to
have been eilc naively deranged.
It thottld b sued by all persona, old aad
, young , whenever any of the above
Persons Traveling or Living In fTn
healthy Localities, by taking a dote occasion
ally to keep the uver In he:
healthy action, will avoid
al Malaria, lUlioue attack, Disiiness, Nao-
wilf Invigorate like a glass of wine, but Is ne ln
toxica ting beverage.
If Tou have eaten anything hard ot
digestion, or fcel heavy after meals, or sleep
lee at Bight, take a dose and you will be relieved.
Time and Doctors' Dllla will be aaved
by always keeping the Regulator
In the House I
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
aafa purgative, alterative and tonic can
ever be out of place. The remedy ia nannies
tod does not Interfere with btuineae or
IT IS PURELY YKOETABLK.
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 ia my
family for some time, and I am satisfied it is a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J. CtiL Shostis, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander If. Stephens, of Gas.,
says: Have derived some benefit from the use of
Simmons Liver Regulator, and wish to give it a
"The only Thing that never fails 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 fur it, and would send further for
each a medicine, and would advise all who are sim
ilarly affected to give it a trial as it seems the only
thing that never fails to relieve.
P. M. Jamhsv, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. W. Mason says : From actual ex
. patience In the use of Simmons Liver Regulator in
say practice 1 have been and am satisfied to use
sad prescribe U sa a purgative medicine.
f&Take only the Genuine, which always
has oa the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of 4. H. ZEILIN A CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRI.'CGISTS
CilRO OPERA HOUSE.
Thoa W. Shields, -
ONE NIGHT ONLf !
Engagement of the Celebrated Comedians,
BAKER and FARRON
In their Original Creation, entitled
"CHRIS & LENA";
fife on the Upper Mississipp
A played by them In all the Urge cities of the
xUasrred setts tt Bnder's. Popn'sr prices. tS
M and TS cents. No extra charge fer reserved
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
SSaSilM'y l & 2.
Ingagement of the Cnarmlng Little Comedy
supported by tha Popular Comedy,
(Uted by the Famons Chicago Silver Band and
The Farcical Comedy In Fonr Acts, entitled
"Wanted a Husband!"
The Laughable Society Comedy
The Sensational Comedy
AH of the above named comedians were written
(brails Goodrich and produced only by this com
P7. EVHale of seats commences Wednesday morn
11 it Bader'e Admission 71 and SO Including re
earodseats. Gallery 88 cents.
OPERA HOTJSK Kxtra.
UrSPXCIAL ANNOUNCES! SNT!.
The Famons Original .
Mavdiaon Square Theatre Co ,
with the Greatest Cast that has yet seen In
this city appears in
i "HAZEL KIRKE,"
mFeb.Tth. Farther particulars in a tew days,
W.W. RANDALL, Agent,
W. 8TRATTON, Cairo. T. BIRD, Missouri.
1 STRATTON & BIRD,
K Ohio Levee, Cairo, III.
"AsVSBjU Aia.es Icaa Pew Jar C.
IT HURTS 'EM.
A Soandal Monger's Pitiful Howl.
What an Apologist itor Monopolists Has to
m I Say of Enterprise Other Than
Wsrtlrd li the Bauie loriNewa,
Suivela I.Ike Wblpi MpanleL
St. Louis, Jan. 20. The following edi
torial appoan In an evening paper of thin
city, chiefly noted for Its enterprise in uu
covering and manufacturing scandal ami
nastlness wbich makes It abhorrent
to the sense of decency ot respectable
people. While talking about pirates, it ii In
reality a covert thrust at the country press
which of late has displayed such enterprise
as to a'arm the monopolists of this and
other o nUr aid send them to Coogr ess
t;iotiby tor in enactment for the suppres
sion of new: i
PKK8S PIRATES. I
'Whin Shakespeare said, "There bn
land-rats and water-rau, water-tbteves
and land'th'.aves I mean pirates," be
could hardly have thought there would
arise pirates capable of stealing a newspa
per and bodily transferring Ita contents.
But the enterprise of modern pirates bss
already reached that point.
The Post-Dispatch, for example, spend
hundreds of dollars each day In collecting
the news. As soon as the paper Is Issued,
a gang of pirates In St. Louis select the
news we have paid for, set it up, stereotype
It. and sell it. It Is not theirs; they have
uol paid tor It. It ban cost us a great dea
of money; It is our property; our title to it
is a Just and honest one; but we are rob
bed bv pirates.
Now, it is said that a committee Is at
Washington endeavoring to secure the pass
ag of a law by which the newspapers will
be permitted to own tbelrown property for
forty-eight bom. At this the pirates have
taken the alarm. They call It "an at
tempt to legalizo a gigantic monopoly,"
and an attempt "to make It lawful for the
minor aewspapers and country press to re
produce current news during the period
when It has much value," and they call on
the country papers to stop it.
We shall expect soon to bear the pick
pockets call it "monopoly" when a gen
tlrmau Insists on but right to ao exclusive
possession of bis handkerchief.
If the news "has much value" as the
pirates say It has, why do they not pay for
It? Is there any other trade in which a re
putable business man will live by taking
something which belonxs to somebody
else, and which has much value, and
then bowl when he Is called oa to pay for
The country papers are welcome to the
news from the exchanges. But there is
neither Just.ce nor honesty in tolerating
these land-pirates who live oil-the indus'.ry
It is true there are associations other than
the Associated Tress (which Is cou'roled in
St. Louis, br a half dozen, newspapers to
the exclusion of all newcomers), whose
legitimate business it is to gather news tor
daily papers to whom the monopodia deny
their reports. It is also true that by tho
assistance of these associations daily papers
in the smaller cities are enabled to appoar
simultaneously with their more pretentious
neighbors, with all of the telegraphic news
that is worth the printing; but it
is not true that these dispatches are stolen
from anybody who baa a legitimate claim
upon them. Having once been published
they belong to the public, to the individual
who is willing to buy the paper containing
them. Of Improved machinery andbuslnesa
enterprise enables the suburban press to
give the same news to their readers at the
lame moment that the metropolitan news
papers can furnish It, who Is to say them
nay. As a matter of fact, however, while
the columns ot the Post-Dispatch were
once culled for the purpose to bitterly
complained of, they are but little used now,
ao evening contemporary of that
sheet furnishing better news ot a fresher
date, which together with the original dis
patches taken and paid for by the Ameri
can Press Association (against which the
above thrust Is made) enables the outside
dallies to furnish a muoh better and more
reliable report than that served up by that
Ishmaelite of Journalism, the Post-Dispatch.
Washington, Jan. 29. Sometime ago
Judge Rogers, of Arkansas, Introduced a
resolution to investigate the expenditure of
the accumulated rent ot Government
property at Hot Springs, which bad been
appropriated for the constructions of sew
ersand Improvement of the creek. It is
now proposed to braden this Inquiry and
have some committee examine into tbe
original disposal ot the property
at Hot Springs by the Com
mission. Orove allegations affecting tbe
character of a number of prominent Re
publicans are made and It Is said tbey can
be proven. Holman, ot Indiana, will in
troduce the resolution of loqulry.
TROUBLE FOR PATENT SHARKS.
The Committee on Patents agreed to re
port bill making It a misdemeanor, and
fixing heavy penalty, for any person to
represent himself as tbe owner ot a patent
which rightfully belongs to another.
THE LAND GRABBERS' LOBBY.
Senator Edmunds' private land claim bill
has aroused the opposition of a horde of
officials and schemers interested In perpet
uating the present outrageous system In
vogue In tbe various territories. Tbey
bare organised themselves Into s powerful
lobby and have issued circulars severely at-
tacking the measure in addition to
other means by which they hope
to defeat tbii pleoe of leg
islation. Surveyor Oeaersl Atkin
son, of flew Mexloe, Is here interested, it
Is said, in hilling Mr. Ednslind's measure,
sod It Is alleged that he has been sent to
Washington with this object In view. The
Benate Is Inclined to rcaeitt the Interference
tt a federal ofldal wb stows s good tet
Kahi y from the G veinmfnt. coming to
WuHiiiiiiou withtue Intention ot influenc
ing legisUtlou. Mr. Atkinson is a candi
date tor re-appointment, but bis coarse the
past week or two will probably destroy the
little chance of success he formerly bad.
National Baa lie lo be Preserved.
WaeuixaroN, Jun. 29. At a meeting
of the House committee on banking anl
currency a resolution was offered on Thurs
day last by Hunt, discussed, amendeil awl
adopted by a vote of 9 to 4 as amended. The
text of the resolution Is as follows: "tin.
solved by the committee on banking anil
currency that the public welfare demand
that the benefits of the National banking
system b' substantially preserved," ami
continued: "Provided this resolution tha I
not be uou-trued to ba a declaration favor
ing tne pi-roeluatton of the publlo debt."
The hist clause of the resolution was addeil
on motion ot.Wllklns', ot Ohio. Hunt
gave notice that at the next meeting ot the
committee be would move to take up tha
ii: Introduced bv Potter, of New York,"
wbich authorized the Issuance of three per
cent. twentv-Dve year bonds and provides
that National bank circulation, based upon
sucls bonds shall not be taxed. The Potter
bill further provides that two per oent.
bonds shall be exebaued for outstanding
8 and 4 per cent, bonds, in order to
prevent increasing tbt puoliodebt.
Washington, Jaa. 29. The friends of
the Mississippi river are convinced that
there is no hope (or a special Mississippi
river bill at this session, that Is to say, a
general Mississippi river improvement bill
sepai ale from the river and harbor bill.
"We have had one special Mississippi
rlviT bill this session," said Mr. King, tbe
chairman ot the Mississippi river commit
tee, 'Mnd we can scarcely expect more
than that. Tbe Mississippi will have to go
in with the geueral river and harbor bill,
but I am sure that we shall get good treat
in flit. I think there la every reason to ex
pect a iiln ral appropriation for tbe river
Mr. Hlancbard, of Louisiana, who Is a
member of the Ulver and Harbor commit
tee, agrees with Mr. King that tbe separate
bill proposition Is dead, so far as this ses
sion is concerned, but thinks that tbe Mis
sissippi is likoly to get a general share of
tbe annual appropriation for rivers.
XL VIII fU COXUKE4H.
In the Senate this m iruine Mr. Logan
reported favorably from the Judiciary Com
mittee a bill to repeal tbe iron-clad oath.
Logan introduced a bill to abolish the of
fice of assiguul surgical-general of tbe
Vest Introduced a bill to appropriate
$2K, 0J0 for improvements on the Missouri
river near Wtundottj, Kansas.
A lolnt resolution for an appropriation of
$11,00.) for Improvements oa the Rook
Island Arsenal passed. " .
Shermtn introluoed a resolution for an
Investigation of the Danville and Capiab
outrides, which was taken up. Sherman
IpU oft In a vr-'ll prepared spoecb In support
or the iuvestitio i. "N'ra."he ex-
claimed, "snouia be allowed tj hold a seat
in either House. of Congress whose election
was obtained by such means. Every ol,;
should be . (jually protected by law. Neith
er race nor political creed should asi tor
this rea'ou to overthrow the rights of
citizenship. The American people have
wslted with great forbearance for tbe time
when constitutional rights would be pro-
let'ted in the South without respect to color,
creed or party. Tbe time Is ripe for this
iiivt'siiguiiim. The war would have proved
a failure were such things as reported from
Danville mid Capiah allowed to go unques
tioned." Sherman spoke with great calm
ness. 1 hero were many looks of surprise
among the DcmncraU when tbe speaker
charged the outrages expressly to that
Mahone followed Sherman and finished
speaking shortly after 2 o'clock. No one
spoke on the Democratic side. They went
immediately to vote, and the resolution was
carried by the party vote.
Washington, Jan. 29. To-morrow at
1 o'clock is designated the hour for the
obst-qnies of the late Mr. Mackey. Au in
vitation has been extended to the Senate to
participate lu the ceremonies.
At' RAID TO LIVE,
Aud Aanamed lo Leave as Blaine Be
Kirksville, Mo., Jan. 29. A. Gedeon,
claiming to hall from St. Louts, committed
suicide in Pool's Hotel by taking strych
nine, which be bad bought to be used iu
solution, be said,. Before taking tbe poison
he burned every scrap of paper and book
that he had, thus destroying every means
of finding out anything about him. On the
hotel register be was entered as "A. Ged
eon, S:, Louis, Mo. "-He was about 4U,
a German and rather good-looking. He
bad been In Kirksville about nine days,
selling spectacles. He said he bad a family
in Chicago. It was not more than thlity
minutes after he left the hotel office to go
to bis room before he bad burned his pa
pers, undressed, swallowed the poison,
aud was iu the last throes of death.
THE tlKOlir JUDGESHIP.
Jndge Caldwell Doesn't Want
Worklna; for David Wag;ner.
Litti.k Kick, Ark., Jan. 29. In an In
terview with a reporter Judge H. C. Cald
well, of the Uuited States Dlstriot Court,
laid that he is not seeking tbe appointment
of Circuit Judge, to succeed McCrary, and
would not accept It appointed. M. W.
Hogan, of St. Louis, is here In the interest
of Judge David Wagner, who is an appli
cant for tbe position. A number ot Influ
ential citizens and State officers have
slgued tbe petition in bis behalf.
Boston, Jac. 29. J. M. Riford, a mer
chant of Moriah, Vt., with his wife and
two daughters, started for Warren. Vt.,
January 11th, to visit ' bla father. He bad
a good team of hurssa. The party have
not since been heard from. Jt Is feared
tbey either breks through the tee on Lake
Cbamplain or are frosen to death under tbe
snow in the Green Mountains.
A Drnmnaer'a Last Tons.
Little Rock, Ark., Jan. 29. Col.
Wm. Barry, sn old ottlt n of Fayetteville,
who committed suicide by shooting him
self in Pie roe City on Sunday, was burled
at his home, s He formerly - trsveled tor
Orr & Llndsej of St. Louis' Financial
troublss ars the . supposed '-oause ot his
death. t . ! . -
Aaphlxlates) tss a Hewer.
Sandubky, 0., Jan. 28. -Albert Fullby,
sged 24, weut dews) man-hole In a puulie
sewer sad was soJtsaaSsd with gae.
THE FJ5NT0N TRAGEDY.
The Officers Red-Hot on the Trail of tha
luaperle, Art-rated and Dlarharged, but
I he Man with a Malcbil uol yet
Sr. Lous. Jan. 29. No solution of the
Boed' cker murder bss been discovered
tbus far, although the police authorities
have affairs in belter shapu than might have
been anticipated With the slim material at
hand. In the first place tbe) have a good
description of the man thev want, and tbey
also hav his satchel. A. H. Latnam, who
was arretted in Chamois, John Smith,
taken In at Klmmswivk, and
the man in Manhattan. Kaa.. whit
was arrested for the crime, will probably
be relad. as neither bears tbe slightest
resemblance lo the peddler who Is known
to have spent the ulgbt at the Boedecker
homestead when the occupants reached tbe
Four courts, and the chief, after exanilninir
his case, concluded he had no more to do
With the murder than tbe man In the moon.
MarsliBi-Sininiston, of Manhattan, Kas.',
lelrciaphed that his "suspect" bad beeu
released, but that be could re -arrest him at
any time. The Oiiaraols clew lias not yet
been worked nut, but Latham's release is
regarded as a foregone conclusion.
AM ACCI KATE DESCKir rtON
of the murderer hut been obtaiued. He is
5 fet 8 inches In helirlit. and of medium
build, and of fair coiiiDlexlon. His see is
from 22 to 25. Ho is smooth-faced, with
possibly a very small, light musttuibe, aud
has ahum hair. The mnrderei" Is a Ger
man, but apr-ak English so distinctly as-to
almost perfectly dlsuise bis native tongue.
lie was dieed lo a dark suit ot clothes
and a dark D rby bat. There Is a verv
ng probability that the fugitive is su(
sing from a wound, and also that be is at.
tired In a dark suit of the dead man's
L satcbel discovered by boys about
. niii; una a nan rrom tne scene ol
rt tragedy on Sunday morning was
ca.'atd by a man auswerln? tbe above
description. 0;e of the bandies was
broken and tied In a peculiar manner wltb
a Hiring. Witnesses have been found who
noticed that lust such a satcbel was In pom
session of the man under suspicion wheu he
was going -from door to door In search ot
lodglulg tbe afternoon proceeding the
tragedy. He was last seen at tbe house
Just east ot tbe one where the traicedy oc
curred. He bad been told that be could
probably secure lodging at Mrs. Horun's,
but he did not call there, and the natural
supposition, and one that tbe police firmly
believe in, Is that be was turnished accom
modations by tbe Boedeckers, whom be
killed during (he night.
Nothing is being left undone to ascer
tain tbe whereabouts of tbe murderer
Ilia capture is considered a mere matter of
fak.hi. rut: h:e.
How Tbr- Inaoeent Herman Sf AVt.
Vlrtlmlied la the Name Law.
Lancastkh, Pa., Jan. 29. Tho County
Commissioners brought suit against Suuire
John P. Frank and Constable Frederick
Struck, of Columbia, before Alderman
Furdney, of tbls city, charging them with
conspiracy to defraud tbe couoty of money.
During the month of December, It is at
leged, three men at different times drew
money tbat they were not entitled to, but
tbey are said to have been especially
crooked in the case of three meu who werei
smt to Jail, where tbey were afterward
robbed. The prisoners were Carl Peterson,
Joseph Hauck and Geo. Fisher, all for
eijyiicrs unable to speak English. Tuey
were well provided with money and ou
their way to tbe West stopped In Colum
bla. Meeting Cont table Struck on tbe
street they asked bim to direct tbem to a
cheap lodging-house. He told them he
could take them to a place where they
would be lodged for nothlug, and he con
ducted tbem lo Frank's offloe. That
worthy magistrate committed tbem to the
county prison for five days as vajjrauts, and
they were brought to Laucaster and locked
up. As accommodations in tbe Jail are
iimited, all tramps are put together In a
and while In this fi thy hole three Innocent
Germans were set upon by tramps and rob
bed of all their money and clothing. AVhen
they were released tbey brought complaints
before tbe Lancaster aldermau, upon which
the district attorney found twenty-two In
dictments. Tbe men wbo Were robbed
were Kept In lail over a month to testify as
witnesses. At last week's terra of court
the robbers were found gu Uty and sen
tenced to the penitentiary. All tbls ex
pense to the county was the result of the
eagerness of Constable Struck
and Justice Frank to make their paltry
fees by committing tbe Innocent men as va
grants. They were not tramps, for all had
money, and one of them, Geo. Fisher, is
tbe owner of forty acres of land in Mis
souri. Tbe three Germans have also
brought stilt against Frank and Struck
charging them with conspiring to falsely
arrest and Imprison tbem. Too much of
tbis "farming" has been done, and tbe
commissioners are determined to have a
The Baltimore and Ohio Company
Hobble Up the National Line.
Nkw York, Jan. 29. It is announced
that the Baltimore and O'.iio Telegraph
Company bus obtained coutrol ot tho
National Telegraph Company, whose lines
extend from New York to Chicago along
the line of the West Shore Nickel Plate
roads. Mr. D. H. Bates, president ot tbe
Baltimore and Ohio, admits tbat the trans
action has been completed. The eutire
capital stock of the National, its franchises,
contracts and patents bad been
purchased tor cash. The National will be
kept up as a seperate organization tor tbe
present, but Mr. Bates becomes Vice-President
and Manager. Capt. Calvin S.
Brlce remains as president. Tbe National
Lino Is already constructed and equipped.
It has two No. b and two Mo. 8 wires ex
tending all the way from New York to
Chicago. Mr. Bates says tbe Baltimore
and Ohio Intends lo still further extend Its
telcgrspbio business. Its Boston, sxtenslou
will he completed iu ninety days. . ..
' One Way of Settling an Aooount. .
1 H (wksvilmc, Ky., Jan. 29. During a
diffloully over an account between R. L.
Bttiner, a clerk In a dry goods store, and
Charles Nuwinan, tho latter was siabhad
sml soouiihd. Brunei fled to Int'Wue,
but was captured and brought bask.
S'tsrar mi nsenei mmm.
Tkokia, Jan. 23. W. H. tsulg, cigar
dealt r, has made an assignment to D. V.
Ilatiiu. His liftbllitles amount to $5,871.
The assets goods in stock and book ac
cnuuts are estimated at H,oC9.
rilK DOCUMENT HOOI.
Pressure Vpon tbe fttrceaatmt-
Arms for Appoluinsenls.
WA"sm.tGTO.v, Jan. 29. Commenting
upun receut changes ef subnrfllnatss In
official positions, tbe Evening Starsayst
"The extent to which the officers of the
Senate have been driven by the urgent de
mands upon them to provide positions tor
the friends cf Senators is Illustrated In tbe
document room. The duties ef that iissi-
tlon are somewhat peculiar. It reuuiaes
long study and experience to tit a nan for
the place, for frequently when Senators
want, bills or documents t tbey
want them immediately. A sub
ject , may come up unexpected
ly, and In the course of debate a Senator
wishes to use some bill or document of s
past Congress lo order to point bis argu
ment or to refute some statement. He
s.-nds a page to tbe document room, per
baps without giving either tbe number of
tbe document dosired or the Congress to
which it belougs. Tbe superintendent and
his assistants are expected to be so welt In
formed as to tbe general and detailed his
tory of bills and documents as to be able to
promptly lay tbeir hands upon what Is
called for. The present superintendent ef
(he document room, Mr. Amzl
Smith, has been reared almost
in that room. He possesses a familiarity
with the documents stored away there tbat
is wonderful. Several years ago he was
very III, aud for s time bis life was despair
ed of. Tben it was a common remark
among Senators that his death would in
evitably cause confusion in the document
room, as there was not a single trained aud
experienced assistant there. The position
beneath superintendent had been treated as
political patronage, and changes bad been
made frequently. It was then that the
eyes of the Senate were opened to the im
portance of giving Superintendent
Smith a permanent assistant, and a
young man of admitted oapaclty was
chosen with tbe tacid understanding
that he should remain there, but
so strong has been the pressure tor places
tbat tbe sergeant- at-arms has not ouly re
moved the assistant and put a green band
In his place, but has dismissed other sub
ordinates of the document room of exper
ience and supplemented them with new
men. It will require a year or two of study
for these new appointees to familiarize
themselves sufficiently wltb details to be of
any real use. Meantime the laborious
duly of answering nearly all demands for
document falls upon tbe superintendent
who Is in feeble health. In other branches
tbe Senate service has been seriously
crippled because of the uncomprom'sing
demand lor places under that body.
"I SEAM I.1EN THE HEAD."
Tha . Czar'a Breakfast Poisoned With
S'.rychnine-Eiot in Little Russia.
St. Pkieksbuu, Jan. 29. The great
est constei nation, nearly amounting to i
panic, has been created In all the depart
meuts of the . Russian povernmont by tho
unusual :u llvity of tbe Nihilists for the past
few days. A Nihilistic plot to poison the
Emperor and family was discovered this
morning. .Since the murder of Col. Son
derkln, the food which Is supplied for the
use of the Imperial tables is carefully ex
amined bv experts b-fore it is sent to the
table. This morning tbe expert's usual
examination dlsolosed the fact that the
bread Intended for use at the Imperial
breakfast table was thoroughly impregnated
with strychnine and that a small quantity
of the bread eaten by a person would pro
duce death almost Immediately. On the
head of tbls discovery a telegram was re
ceived annoiiuoing that a policeman named
Sobulou had been murdered by Nihilists t
Kihanknff. rm.l early this morning anothei
slating Hi i .i serious rising bad occurred
in Little Russia, and asking that troops ba
sent at ouce to quell Insurrection.
proclaimed meeting held.
Dcbli.v, Jan. 29. The proclaimed
National League meeting at Castle Wellan
was held despite the presence of 1000
troops and a larire police force. Small,
tbe well-known Nationalist, was the oratot
of the dsv.
New York City.
Wheat February $1 OSX; March
$1 07?i; April $1 10; May $1 12; .Jan
uary $1 Uo'. '
CoKN-February 60; March 61
April ti3; May 64 X: January 60 .
Oats January 89 X.
1 Cattik Receipts 7,000; steady,
exports $0 30(30 SO; common to choice
$4 wm 20.
Hous-Receipts 31,000; opened stranger.
Ten cts. lower; light $0 10(35 98; rough pack
ing $o 5005 90; heavy packing and
shipping o 90(38 15.
Wheat January $102b.; February
$1 02; March $1 04 H b.; May $1 QlHtoH
tot 107; June $1 0j b.; year 97V b.
Corn January 18 b. ; February 18K
to 17; March 17 X b. ; Mar BOX to 60 X.
. OATti-Jauuarv 32 b. ; February 32X b;
March 33 b. ; May 3bH b.
Wheat Jauuary 91V; February
91 W; March 92 V; May 08 X; June
Corn January 61V; February 51V;
March 52; May 07V; June 67V.
Oats January 32; February 82V:
March 32V; Ma v 30V.
PoRK-January $15 72V; February
S15 72V; March 115 87V; May W 17V.
LARD-January 9.00; February 9.00
March 9.12V; May 9.35.
Cattle Receipts 1.117 head; market
lower on everything except eholoe heavy
shipper, which are abeut steady.
Hoos-Receipt 8,613 heasj market firm
at 10c. higher quality considered! sell
ing 6 60(aMi 35; bulk sslss st W 90O
Wheat arrived dull; corn arreted,
dull. Wheat to arrive rather quiet,
but firm; corn tesrtlve dull hut steady.
Mark Lane Wheat firm and oorn steadier,
Country markets quiet. Spot wheat steady
wUh s fsir demand. No. 9 iprtof Is)
Western winter 8s 3d. Mixed Western
oorn better at 6s oVd. JDvaiaad from
United Kingdom and CeatliMa saodetate
What Las Skepticism done for the world ?
Nothing but to suggest doubts. It has even
suggested that Rhemuutlxui cannot be cured.
Skepticism la aa baa as KheuuiaUam.
What has Science done for the world ?
A good many things; for Instance, it has
shown that Kbeumutlum can be cured.
It has shown tbat Neuralgia can be got rid or.
Modern science has proved that Rheumatism is
a blood disease, and baa provided Athi-ophoros
as the remedy which con completely cure It.
It has proved that although, tbe old doctors
failed toovercome Neuralgia, Athxopuo&os can
reach It, and eradicate it from tbe system. "
It has proved that though these tormenting
diseases wen so alow and obstinate; tbey can
be overcome In a Uttle while by means ot
Dont be skeptical. If you have any doubts as
to what Athlophohos can do, write to soma ef
those whom It has cured. For Instance, Rev. 8.
R. Dennen, D. D., Pastor Third Congregational
Church, of New Haven, Conn., the Kev. W. P.
Corbtt, pastor George 8t M. K. Church, of New
Haven, the Rev. J. K. dearies, pastor VYlliett St.
M. K. Church, New York city, Mr. Brummell, the
well known candy manufacturer, of New York,
Ex-Gov. -. Blgelow, of Connecticut, and many
others, equally well known.
It you cannot (rat Athlophohos of yonr rlrafnrlrt.
we wlU send It express paid, on receipt of rcsrular
irlfle onMollar per bottlo. We prufer that you buy
I from your dnwxlut, but if ha uatin't It, do not ba
persuaded to try eomethlna else, but ordur at once
bom us aa directed. .., . v,
ITHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
imiiiiiimiiiiim Hi Hi iiriiiiimwuniii
Durham la historic. ItwasnentrsisTound
durliiK tbe armistice between Sherman and
Johnson. Soldiers of both armies filled
their ponchee with the tobacco stored there,
and, after the aurrender, marched home
ward. Soon orders came from East, Wast,
North and South, for "more of that elegant
tobacco, H Then, ten men ran an unknown
factory. Now it employe 6u0 men, uses the
ptnk and pick of the Golden Belt, and the
Durham Bull ia the trade-mark of this, the
beat tobacco In the world. Blackwell'a Bull
Durham Smoking Tobacco has the Unrest
sale of any amoklDK tobacco In the world.
Why? B Imply because It Is the mi. All
dealers have it. Trade-mark of the Bull
I tin oi Blaclweu'a uuu
Durham Rniokuur To
bacco, aa he was told, he
cornered by the bull
J-m E. INCE,
Manufacturer arid Dealer tn
tth Street, between Com'l Ave. and Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMCNITION.
Safes Repaired. All Kinds ol Kevs Made.
las. a. SMITH.
IOBIHT A. SMITH.
Grand Central Store.
OIEO. - - ILL.
Tbe Begnlar Cairo & Padacah Daily
f . , Packet. .
in .a. TTSST-1'' -
Str. GUS FOWLER.
HKNRY E. TAYLOR, Master. -'
GEOltUB JOBEs. Clerk.
Leaves Padacah for Cilro dally (Sundays except
ed) at 8 a. m., and Mound City at 1 p. m. Return
ln, leaves Cairo at 4 p.m.; Mound City st 5 p.m. '
Nashville, Padacah & Cairo U. 3. Mail
'. . ' 1
For Padacah, Smlthland, Dyersbnrg, fTddyvlllt.
Canton, Dover, C larks vl lie and Nashville,
! . "
5 B. S. RHEA.
Leave every Monday morning at 10 o'clock m.
W. H. CHEERY.
WM. 8TRONO... .Muster, , '
FIL1X OUA8TY...m- .-.-.Clsrk.' ;
, , in ";',(;. V" -
Laavre every Frdsr mornln; at 10 o'cloeV, msk
tag eloea connections at Nashville with tke L. A
H. R. B. and ti. A C- K K. for all rolota soa.Ui,
With th Upper Cumbvrlsnd Packt t Co., ft all
H4ate fortbe Upper Cumberland. Por freight or
yaw. auoiyoqy"-iLjrjniV r ii