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Inepnrity of the
and all D1muI
caused by De
raagement of liver, Bowels tod Kidney.
.lYOTTOMS OF A I Wit ASK) LOTH.
f Bad Breath; Palo hi ih Skit, soma th
pa to fek under tlw Sboulder-MU. afaukc far
Kaevsaausss : Rnenl loss of tm.tiir Knl .
eacnUy ensure. tonetiaM iMraatiuf with lui
U- head I troubled with pain, it dull rid heavy,
with considerable Ion of memory, excess paniesl
TjI Pa,nful aeasation of leavi- undone something
allien ought to have been dune; slight, dry cough
end flushed face is soaiMiisKs an attendant, often
Biitukea for consumpooa; the patient complain
of weariness and debility : nerroua, easily lUrtled;
feet cold or burning, sometime a prickly sensatioa
of the skin ex Mrs; spirits are low and despondent,
s, although satisfied that exercise would be time
fecial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
e lamination after death has shown the Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
It ahould b astl by all persons, old aad
t yoaof , whenerar may of the above
Person Traveling or Living In Tn.
fcoalthy Localities, by taking a dot occasion
ally lo keep the Liver in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria, tUUoua attack, Diuioeas, Nan.
sea. Drowsiness. Depression of Spirits, etc It
will invigorate like a glass of wine, bat U BO In
If Too have eaten anything hard oi
digestion, or feel heavy after meals, or sleep
lea at night, take a dose and you will be relieved.
Time and Doctors' Bill will be saved
by always keeping the Regulator
- In the ITonsel
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
safe purgative, alterative and tonic can
ever lie out of place. The remedy is harmles
and doe not Interfere with business or
IT IS PURELY VEOETABLK,
And has all the power and efficacy of Calomel er
Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects.
A Governor Testimony.
Simmons I jver 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 Shohtm, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander II. Hteiihen, of Ga-,
says: Have derived snme hewn: from the use of
Simmons Uver Regulator, sad wish to give it
"The only Thing (hat never fails to
Relieve," f 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 front Min
nesota to Georgia ft it, and would send unher for
such a medicine, and would advise all who are aim
. Uarly affected to give it a trial as it seem the only
thing that never fails to relieve
P. M . Jammst, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. TV. Mason sy 1 From actual ex
perience in the use of Simmons Liver Regulator in
y practice 1 have been and am satisfied to use
ad prescribe it as s purgative medicine.
ffcTake only the Genuine, whish always
he on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
aad Signature of J. H. ZEILIX A CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Thoaj. W. Shield, -
OiNE NIGHT ONLf !
MONDAY, February i.
Infijement of tb Celebrated Comedians,
BAKER and FABBON,
la their Original Creation, entitled
"CHRIS & LENA";
fife 'on the Upper Mississippi
aVl played by then In all the large cttle of the
Beaerved testa at Boder'l. Popular price. M,
M sod TS cent. No extra charge fer reaarve
CAIKO OPERA HOUSE.
TM'y 1 & 2;
SatMement of the Caarmlcg Little Comedy
. Qaeeo, xtiaa
supported by tb Popular Comedy,
sesleted by the Fsmons Chicago Silver Band end
The Farcical Comedy Id Four Acts, entitled
"Wanted a Husband!"
The Laughable Society Comedy
The Sensations! Comedy
All of the above named comedians were written
for Wist Goodrich and produced only by tbit com
pany. PfSske of teats commence Wednesday morn
ing tt Boder's Admission 71 and 5) Including re
servedsesta. Gallery 85 cent.
OPERA HOTJSK Kxtra.
The Famous Original
Madison. Square Theatre i'o ,
with the Greatest Cast that has vet seen In
this city appears in
on Feb. Tth. Farther particulars in a few days,
W. W. RANDALL, Agent.
W. 8TBATT0N, Cairo. T. BIRO, Mlssoori.
STBATTON & BIBD,
. W Ohio Uvea, Cairo, IU.
garAiMlt k aerloaa Pewter 0.
THE SUOtTS SQU
6onH Contiiaej to Diaoipli
of Wall Street.
'7 Hm9t. Vaaderklll fataplaeeal
mmd ftitseh ob I be irjrale.
Nkv York. Jan. 30. -1 extension of
the Baltimore and Ohio MKraph Com
auy by the purchase 4 the National
Syaten from New York to fctca-o along tbe
linea of the Wet Shore M Nickel riat
roail did not appear to V any nfltu nc t
on tbe Western Unloti'and 'tbo "stock
losed illKbtly hlghar an on Monday.
Tbe report that the B!tW and Ohio l
about to be sold to 01 ctfoliduted with tbo
Western Union, and appointment of
Mr. p. II. Kates, a pnideitt of the Bui
tlmore and Ohio, aad purchase of the
National Hue were butpreltmlnary steps In
tbe scheme of amalgnn, and were em
pballcally dsnied by ir. Bate. ir. Jay
Gould waa-utked whaiffdct tbe new mova
of the Baftlraor sutaOUio would have on
theWeetern Unln."N')ne wbateysr,"
be replied; 'toe linovr the Nickel Plate
from Buffalo to Cblo?o ba not paid ex
pense. Besides, I ndertUnd that there
are leiral proceeding kff toting tbe title of
tbe Nickel P ate lliio that tbe Baltimore
and Ohio get rerr Ale for their money,
and the effect of the Western Union
amount to absolutely nothing." On the
other band, tbe trfie' on the "street" Is
that tbe Westel Union Is no lonft
er, to enjoy ainenopoly of telegraph
bueineas. Not inly bit the Baltimore
and Ohio eulerj Into active com petition
with It, butthf hukers and merchants also
are engaged ireileuUinc its lines. Prcsl
pent A. W, Muiock is a'.sent from the city
ntKotiatlnf wi;b two or three railroad coin
panles forth purchase of tbelr telegraph
franchises' Tbe amount paid for- tb ma
terial wa$H)0,0Q0, HOO.OOO each for tbe
West .Sbrre and Nickel Plate line. OUhe
amount paid for the West tibofe line a
large pat was received by Receiver "Green
of ttieNirtb Klrer Coostruoilon company,
wbicb wned most ef-tbe stock. TbU
payment will relieve tbe Construction
C'ompinv of some of It Immediate obl
Katloni. Tbe "shorts" were given another
squr-ea by Jay Gould Tuesday, and high
er prlots were tbe order of tbe day. It is
said ibuVanderblltls a silent parte r In tbe
syndicate wuloa relieved tbe "0. T." of
its embtrtassment. Tbe report Is that
Woerisbofcr bad almost concluded a simi
lar art aagensnl with tbe 0. T. when Jay
Gould heart of It, and stepping la seized
the opporumlij to squeex tbe bears. Of
course Woerisioffer denies the story.
It Is stated as anong the possibilities that
Mr. Gouid ao1 Mr. Sage may enter tbe
Northern Pacific directory, the latter to
take the place vacated by Usury Villard.
MR. VAfDKKBlT IBBL9 VEKY WELL.
Mr. W. H. VaulerMIt was seen and ex
pressed bis views on the West Shore and
New York Central tail roads. lie said:
"Tb people of tbe West Shore are not so
far op in the neck a they wilt yet be. The
further they go on tbe worse tley will be."
lie said there was 00 tmth whatever In the
report that ho was coming lo the rsscue of
tbe West Shore Boad. "Every word of that
Is II," be laid. "Tb New York Centtal
would not have the Weat Shore Road at
any price. They don't want it. We
have as much a we can uo with
our wa road. We have never refused
business, and there Is no need for building
parallel line. Tbe West Shore people
know this. I repeat what I said tbe other
day. that the build Ire of that road was
merely a blackmailing scheme. If tbe men
who built it went luto It, actually believing
that there was a necessity for It and that it
would prove a paying- investment tben tbey
are bticger fools than 1 supposed. Our
four tracks through tbe state answer all
purposes. Besides that, neither tbe pres
nl West Shore manager, or any other peo
ple can take that road and earn tbe Interest
on tbe bonds. I bave conversed wltb seme
of the best railroad men in
tbe country and they agree wltb
me that tbe West Shore road
will prove anything but a successful line.
Soma two months since a proposition was
made to our stockholders looking to tbe
transfer ot tbe West Shore line to us, wbicb
we declined. None of our stockholders
favored the preposition. I do not know
whether tbe parties making the proposition
were authorized to act or not, bat I sup
pose tbey were." In regard to tbe Penn
sylvania people being desuous of securing
control of tbe road, Mr. Vannerbiltsald the
reporter could rest assured that these cap
Itallsts were not going to Invest money In a
not paying enterprise, and this the West
Shore would always remain. "Inside of
thirty days," be continued, "everyone
and full confidence will be restored. Tbe
bottom bas bees reached and tbe rise will
be steady. My roads are paying, and all
this stuff about tbe country going to tbe
devil Is nonseute. If prices bave been too
bigb, God knows they have been reduced
low enough to satisfy tbe most eonserva
tlve man In the world." In conclusion
Mr. Vanderbllt said that a man's bonds
were to him like tbe apple-Maud to the em
bryo capitalist. He did not tblnk legisla
tion would Interfere witb tbe roads.
A DEEB EXPERIENCE.
Wbal l arcaa of Venison t ost m Can
dldaie for Judicial Honors.
RoU.aNDSvii.le, Pa., Jan. 30. Tbe
game law of Pennsylvania Is very stringent
aud Its provisions have been strictly en
forced in this n glon for tbe past four
years. A sensation was, therefore, created
here on Saturday when Jordan Mapes and
Francis Grover, two well-known citizens,
droTtr into the villnge with tbe carcass of a
large buck in tbelrslelgh. Tbe deer-hunting
season was closed on Dee. 81. Tbe two
men refused to satisfy tbe curiosity
of the Tillatrers, who surrounded
the sleigh when it stopped at Crane'
store, as to how and why tbey came Into
nossesslon of tbe deer, until John Rutland
threatened to prosecute him for violating
the game law. Holland Is a candidate for
Justice of the peace against Peter J. Wil
son, who bas held tbe office for many
vears. and Mapes and Grover are working
against him. When be threatened to arrest
the two men tbey told the story that thy
were driving through the woods near Fair-
lamb's mill when they were astounded to
see a large buck spring from tbe bush at
the aide of the road and attack tbelr horse
by striking ft with its tore-feet. Mapei
was driving and b
WHIPrEO UP TrTK HORSE,
while Grover sbauUd at the deer to
frighten it away. Instead of golpg away It
turned and tried to spring Into the sleigh.
Grover battered It ever tbe hsd with an
ax belve, but it persisted In following1
them, and finally gave a tremendous lean
and Jumped over tka sleigh, alighting bJ
J i .i i iii r
4 the Stan
liililN'OIS, '. TllUlt31)A Y;
twean ,' tbo -dashboard and , the , two
nenj with IU hind; feet hanging over one
side of tbe ilelghlandi Its fore fenf, over the
other. Both Mapes 'and Grover )urnp)
out of tbe sleigh ' and ran luto the wood.
Tbe horse ran on and carried tbe deer tome
distance before 1: could get out of th
sleigh. When It did get out It rushed b tc.
after tbe men. Grovef succeeded In climb
log a tree. Mapes seized a rail from apln
of newly spilt ones tbat chanced 'to be ut
that spot, and when tbe deer Unshed afier
bim be felled It to tbe ground and beat It to
death bufore It could regain. Its futtt. . Tucir
horse and sleigh were recovered a nulo
down tbe road, "and,'.' said Mitpvt, "not
caring to leave the deer In the woods for
wild cats to (east 'on," we threw It In our
sleigh and brought it home." '
THIS STOUT WiS NOT ' Ml.'
universally accepted as strictly true, but,
Holland did not swear out a warrant.
Mapes and Glover said tbey were willing to
put tbe deer np to be raffled for , twenty
live cbances. at $1 a chance, aud that they
would give $10 of the money to' tbe poor
fund of tbe township. Tin
was looked upon ' as - a fair
deposition to make ot the deer, and Inn
necary number of cbances were soo.i
taken. John K iMand took two, as did bin
politic! opponent. 'Squire Wilson. Tbe
latter won the deer. . It was laid out on
tbe store stoop, and In the afternoon the
winner of the prize came down wltb hi
a efgb and loaded tbe venison on. On bid
wav home be Was arrested by Constable
Winans on a warrant sworn out before)
JuNtice Clark by John Holland, charging
him with having venisoa in his pusst ssioii
contrary lo law. Judge Wilson was taken
before Juntlce Clark. lie waived exami
nation and wan held in $100 ball to appear
at tbe next term of court and answer the
tbarre. It Is reported tbat Rolland ban
offered to withdraw tbe complaint and uot
appear against Wilson In court if the latter
wlil withdraw from the conten for Justice
of the Peace In bU favor, but tbat W'llton
refutes to do so. If he is Indicted and e.oti
victed.be will be Sued $5) and costs, half of
lie fine going 10 tie Informer, .
KORR STILL LITEM.
Tlia Touuk Mau Wilts m Ballet
Through HI Brain.
New Yohk, Jau. 30. Bruno Knorr still
lives at Bollevue Hospital, wltb a bullet
tomuzu bis skull and brain. He Is very
much improved. He complalued Tuesday
of a pain in his stomach, and said he could
not lift bis right arm. Dr. Robert T.
Morris, surgeon, and Dr. W. F. Vluhrer,
consulting surgeon, were extremely re
luctaot to make any statements in regard
to the case. From those who witnessed
the extraction of the ball a description of
the operation was obtained. Tbe man was
placed under tbe Influence ot
elbur late in tbe afternoon.
As be lay on bis back a probo
was inserted In tbe orlhce in the middle of
tbe forehead. It was found to be utterly
Impossible to extract tbe bullet by way of
it entrance, so tbe bullet was calculated
by tbe eye, guided by Judgement,'' based
largely on tbe knowledge of previous cases.
Tbe patient was then turned on hia side,
lbs bair tbaved and a cross cut with tbe
scalpel. At tbe spot under, which It was
estimated tbe ball lay, tbe button, or piece
of hkull. was cut out aa bas been described.
This was in a perfectly healthy state In
every respect, uninjured, as was the nv-m-brane
covering tbe brain. When the thick
membrane wa silt
THERE WAS GREAT HEMORRHAGE,
and tbe great leugtb of the operation, four
hours and a half, was due to tbe necessary
treatineut for this. Whim tbe
tnin . membiane was cut small
flecks were seen. From this
and tbe unusual pulsation observed
it was Judged tbat tbe bullet was in close
proximity. Byinserting the little finger in
the bole, which was as large as a silver
dime, resistance was met, and the burgeons
knew tbe delicate calculation was rxaot.
Tbe ball was quickly taken out. It was
flattened. At the apex a rubber tube a
quarter of an Inch in diameter and perfor
ated at many points was attached to a
probe which was drawn through the chan
nel until it extended an Inch from tbe skull
before and behind. This was then baud
aged properly and served to drain tbe chan
nel and to guard from some dangers. In
case tbe patient progresses favorably other
means will soon be taken to effect the
purpose, while the walls of tbe channel are
TUERE IS NO INFLAMMATION
or hemorrhage, but there Is possible dan
ger from slow inflammation. The chances
for recovery, however, are said to ba fair .
Tbe paralysis of the right arm ,'onsequent
upon the wound will lu a measure disap
pear, It is supposed, while some mental
peculiarities are expected to characterize
tbe man if he recovers. The case is unique
in tbe history of surgery, and Is tbe tirst
one as far as is known In which tbe location
of tbe ball has been exactly estimated and
the bullet then extfaetsd from a counter
opening. Tbe least departure of the probe
from the channel of the wound into the
mush-like substance of tbe brain, tt Is
said.wouldbava been almost Instantly fatal.
Tbe delicacy of touch, tbe steadiness and
accuracy, is said by experts to bave been
little less than miraculous.
Stole Ills Kitten.
Alton, 111., Jan. 30. A few days ago
Matilda Kitten, wife of Peter Kitten, who
lives on bis farm a few miles below this
city, disappeared from his home. A hired
man who has been with Mr. Kitten for sev
eral years, turned up missing at the same
time, and It Is now known that they ran
away together. Mr. and Mrs. Kitten have
been married for nearly 18 years, and they
bave a large family of children. Mr. Kit
ten is quite wealthy. Tbe day she eloped
she came to Alton and drew from the bank
a lirge sum of money belonging to her bus
band. She met tbe hired man here, and it
is thought tbey took the night express for
Chicago. No trace of them has been found.
Dncle) Jobnnny Enoch Dead.
Yakdalia, III., Jan. 30. In the death
of Uncle Johnny . Enochs, which occurred
yesterday, Fayette couuly loses ita oldest
and one of its most noted citizens. Ha was
01 years of age, ha ving been born In 1793,
iu Monroe county, III., and came to tbis
county in tbe year 1819. lie was the sec
ond Sheriff of Fayette county, and was Sergeant-al-Arras
of the first State Legisla
ture tbat convened In Vandaila after it was
made tbe capital. He served In both the
Black Hawk war and the 1813, and was a
pensioner of tbe same. Another breach in
the ranks ot Fayette county'i old settlers
has beeu made.
PreaervesJ In lea. .
Louisville, 111., Jan. 80. The body ot
Saobrider, the German who drove his team
Into the Little Wabash river, la this boun
ty, on Dec. 24, while . under tbe , influence
ot liquor, has beeu found abjut a tulle e
tow where he entered tbe stream; the body
was utrMuped by lot.
; IpjjtNiNB. JANUARY. 31
jpRD ON,. THE TARIFF.
Ifhat a Member of the Ways and Meant
;U - Committee Eat to Say on the
A BUI for Ueneral aterlaclton lo be
ftVomet) Which l he Democratic
j ' Petri Will Bide Into Power.
'Washington, Jan. SO. Mr. Hurl of
Ohio, who is a member of the Ways and
Means Committee, and who has pro
nounced Ideas about free trade, Is of the
opinion tbat tbe tariff bill Is by no means
up with the Douse yet, as many would
bave It believed, but Ibat ou tbe contrary
tbore is to be a tariff bill tbat will be quite'
''1 oan't say definitely," be said, "what
we shall do In in committee, for we
bavun't bad a gentrat consultation on tbe
subjtrct ytrJi.'iJ.i!- general consultation
of the rx, svrlty of the committee. We
have talked the matter over among our
selves, one man -vlth another man until we
know pretty wnii .ua standing or each. I
know, fur instauce. Just about tbe views
aud standiagof each member of tbe com
mittee, and 1 presume that In tbe case all
roiiud. We shall bate a meeting of the
committee pretty soon to discus the matter
ami prepare to frame a bill."
"Do you think, then, that tbe commit
tee will be able to agree upon a mess
ure? "I have no doubt of it. Just what that
measure will be 1 do not know, nor does
anyone know. I do know tbis. however,
that whatever the remainder of the corn
mittee can agree upon iu the way of reduc
tion I t-ball be comeut to accept. Of course
my posltiou js well understood as that of an
- absolute free-trader, but I do cot expect
to attain to tbat yet for some time, but
whatever advances I see In that dlrectiou I
welcome. I am In favor of a bill en which
the other members of tbe oommittee can
agree. So long as It is a reduction from
the present Iniquitous rate I will accept It if
it seems to be the best tbat can be hnd.
' ''And do you think that tbe same sort of
spirit animates tbe other members of tbe
committee, Mr. Hurdf"
"1 think the other members of tbe com
mittee are, Itke myself, willing to gel as
near to their own individual views as con
sistent with tbe general sentiment of tbe
committee and tbe country, and let tbe
matter rest there."
"Dou you think that tbe bill which will
be framed will be in tbe shape of a hori
zontal reduction or a general dissec
tion of tbe present tariff law, article by
"That I cat; not answer except to say
tbat I should not be in favor of a horizon
tal reduction. I can speak only tor myself
lo that regard, though."
"Then tbe report tbat Mr. Morrisou is
preparing a bill making a reduction of this
sort is probably Incorrect, la HI" '
"I do not know as too tbat. If he is
preparing a bill of tbat kind it is all bis
own suggestion. He has not bad any In
structions from .the committee on the sub
."How 'grh of a reduction do you ex
pect tt repair abill that tbe committee
' 'Trims rhVpossible to answer with any
thing itke accuracy. I want to see are
duetion of one-third in tbe rates ot once
quite a number of articles placed on tbe
free list thai are not there now, and a gen
eral revision of tbe tariff rates. I don't
know that we shall get so much as this, but
I should be glad to see It."
"And would a reduction of 30 per cent,
in the tariff mean a reduction oi the reve
nue at tbe same ratio?"
"Oh, no. It would not reduce tbe reve
nue ho much; perhaps 20 per cent., per
bans not tbat much. Nobody can tell about
that without tbe trial. The revision of the
tariff a rear ago made very little reduction
in the revenue."
"How about wool?"
"Oh, tbat ought to be reduced along
with the other articles. ' '
"Then you don't Join with Mr. Converse
and the other Ohio Democrats who think
tbe wool tariff ou'ht to b i Increased to Its
original rate before the tariff of last year?"
"No, Indeed. I am In favor of putting
wool on tbe free list. I don't expect to see
tbat done tbis session, but I thlok it ought
to be. all tbe same."
"Mr. Couvi-rse thinks tbat the bill lu
creasing tbe wool tariff to the old rate will
pass the House."
"I tblnk he Is mistake 1 In that. It may
be that there will be no reduction, but
tbere will I think, surely be no Increase. "
"What will be the fate of a general
tariff reduction bill when It reaches the
"Tbat I don't know, and I don't think
that I care very much, I want our own
party to make a record on tbe tariff, and I
think it will. I believe that the Ways and
Means committee will frame a bill upon
which we can unite, each making snui
concessions, perhaps, and pass It through
th House, and go to the country next fall
upon that record."
While Mr. Hurd Is 'anguine, It is learned
that others of as great prominence and
political foresight as he, are ftlll undeter
mined as to the future movements In regard
to the tariff. Mr. Carlisle is tecelvlng
large numbers of letters from all parts of
thf country asking him what Is to be done
in regard to the tariff. To all of these be
replies tbat he cannot yet give any deduite
information upon tbe subject, but bopes to
be able to do so at a very early date. He
I it evidently not yet fully determined In Ins
n iu what will be tbe decision of the com
nittoe or the House on the subject.
Regarding Mr. Randall's position, It is
stated here tbat he bas recently expressed
himself as determined net to take any
steps backward. He proposes to retain a
state of "armed neutrality," as. It were,
until some overt act Is committed on tbe
other side, and tben be will marshal bt
fore for war. He declares tbat he stands
now fust where he stood lathe Speakership
flKbt and expect to remain there. Tual,
be says, was a coolest of principle, and bo
H satisfied that tbe stand tben taken by
himself and followers was the true one,
which tbe country desires to see followed
by the party In power, whatever tbat party
may be. He says that tbe developments ot
the past month sbow that the people desire
the tariff to be left alone, and be proposes
to do all he can to prevent an agitation of
or change in the rate. :
Death i mm Okie) riwaecr.
Toledo, Ohio, Jan. lOSina'tban Lun
dy, one oi the pliltm settlers of tbe
Maume Valiey, died at bis residence In
Manhattan Tuesday. Re was prominent
(- lu the construction of tbe Wabash and Krle
:nal( was Interested la aline of packets
that ran upon It, aad mm vral
chosen to a uMm
sr. Conway ass Pw Mtmmgmm
Chicago, Jan. 80. Respond la i? to a re.
quest from the Tribune, General Thos. W.
Conway, ex-Commissioner of Freedinen la
tbe department of the Gulf and later sup
erintendent ot public Instruction In
Louisiana, and well-known for his services
In behalf of tbe colored race bas given In
writing his views on tbe Fred Douglass
marrlare. He said It will prove a bad ex
ample to tbe colored people, laJucltg them
to teek social contracts wlta whites by con.
veylng the Idea tbat ns colored woman la
tbe country is good enough for him. I be
lieve his marriage destroys bis Influence
with tbe colored people in tbelr struggle I t
i qual rights. The marriage Is net con -mendable
la a moral light. Each ofthe.r
positions is supported by elaborate nrg;
The Prohibition Party l Obi.
Columbus. Jan. JO. The prohibition,
lets bave lsued a call for a state conven
tion, to be held iu tbis city Maroh 6, to
hrlect delegates to tbe national convention
al Pittsburg, May 21, to nominate a start
ticket and other business. Tbey aaeeunc
tbat another stnte convention will be held
later to unite all temperanoe elements, tbe
Woman's Christian Temperance Union and
other organizhtions for an agaressive
campaign. In the call they claim that the
second amendment was counted out by the
liquor eii ineiit In th cities last October;
that a fair count would bave shown it car
ried by 30,000, and that they will yet bave
prohibition. Tbey claim to have $10,000
promised for another coucentra ed effort
IIRF. AT ROW.E.
I'nucronnlnble i.XBloRlon Fatal
Komk, '. Y., Jan. 30. The three
ptnry buiidin; comprising two stores wltb
ai. ailment above, between Stelnway Hall
II itel and Snarls' bank block, iamesstreet,
wero found to be on tire iu tbe second
story. Mrs, Samuel Alexander, wife of
tbe proprietor, was sleeping in the cloth
ing store below and gave tbe alarm by cry
ing for he'p from one of tbe upper windows,
saying she was suffocating. A watchman
pulled the fire alarm, and tbe woman and
children were rescued by a policeman with
tbe aid of ladders. Ten minutes after Ihe
Ire broke out an unaccountable explosion
occurred, knocking out the wbolu front
wail of tbe buiidlug above tb first story.
Joseph Alexander, 45 years old end un
married, a brother of tbe proprietor
of ttie clothing store, attempting to save
some goods when the wall fell upon him.
He lay some time under tbe debris before
be was dlscoveied by persons attracted by
his moans. He was got out and taken to
tbe station bouse. His skull was crushed
aud ribs and shoulder blade broken. He
died at 7 o'clock.
David Patterson, of Albany, a clerk In
Alexander's store was struck by a falling
wall aud had his left ankle crushed. His
leg Is being amputated. O. W. Gage and
wtfc got .out : ot the rooms In
tbelr n glit clothe through au Iron
door In Mr. Sieinway'a Hail Just before the
explosion. Tbe Hotel bad 75 guests, all et
whom were arou-ed aud removed with
their effects,' Tbe cornice ot tbe hotel
caught fire, but tbe wall on the side of the
burning building stood firmly. The hotel
was saved but badiy drenched, Tbe Ire
entered the upper story of Snarl's bank
block, but tbe firemen checked Its pro
gress. Sinks' (Opt ra House In the rear nar
rowly escaped. Tne glass win
dows were nearly all oraoked.
Tbe blowing out ot the front wall enabled
the firemen to nearly conflue the fire to the
buildiug where it started. George M.
Armstrong, of Baltimore, aud C. E. A!
baugh, of this city, owned the burned
bunding. Loss, $12,00; insurance, IT, 000;
Samuel Alexander's clothing stare was In
sured lor $9.00J; loss not known; Ferguson
Nicholson's bazaar stock was Insured tor
$8,0)0; loss. $0,000. Louis N. Kappar's
saloon -:i . I (or $300, losi, $600. O.
W. Gage's furniture store was Insured for
o00; loss, $1,500. L. W. Williams' fur
niture store was damaged to tbe amount of
t3'X); no insurance. There is a difference
of opinion as to tbo cause of tbe explosion.
It is thought that the roof, t9 feet wide,
having only wooden supporters la the oen
ter, fell all at once, compressing the air In
tbe building and forcing out the wall.
New York City.
WfiKAT-February ftO&K; March
$1 07 fc; -April $1 10 V; May $1 12; Jaa
nary $1 0o.
Ookn February MH; March 81 X;
April 03; May tiiH.
0T8-February 39t; March 40 X; April
41V; May 4a .
CITI.K -Receipts 5.000J
exports $(I'25'37 15; common
$6 WOO 4U.
Hons Receipts 81,000; opened stranger.
10l.VhU'her; light M 60(36 10; rough pack
In,' $ SVart 05; heavy pauklog and
shipplug $ 00rB6 40.
Wan i January 91 H; 'February
Dl ', ); March 92 UK; May 98V June
tl oo S.
Chun lanuary 61V; February 52;
Mm eh 52 f; May 67 X; June 57 X.
Oats January 8124; February 82 X;
Marcti 82 X ; Mav 36X.
Pork January $18 10; February
m 02 ; March $16 12 ; May $18 40.
Lard January 9.03; February 0.05
March 9.17; May 9.40.
Short Ribs January 8.30; February
8.30; March 8.85; May 8. 62 K.
Wheat January W 02K b. ; February
$1 03; March $1 04V b.; May $1 OTtOM
loti OTtf; June $1 06 b.; year97K ) b.
Corn January 46JJ h.; February 47
to47X; March 48 X b.; May 61 to BIX.
Oats January 82V b.r February 83 ;
March 83Mb.; May 33 Xb.
Cattlb Receipts 2,226 head; ssarket
higher on everything exotpt choice heavy
shipper, whiob are about steady.
Hoaa-Reoelpt 8.007 bead market firm
and asbade higher than yesterday; sell.
Ing $5 60O6 40; bulk sales at $6 8001
Wheat arrived quiet corn arrived,
dull. Wheat to arrive rather quiet,
but firm earn to an It quiet but steady.
Mark Lane Wheat fire aad corn steadier.
Country. Markets quiet. Spot wheat steady
wltb a fair desastd. Ro. spring ,
Western winter 8 Id. Mixed Western
oorn hotter at oe Xd. Desaaad
Unite Kingdom aa4 0eUi
ata suras tar t?i
What has Skepticism done for the world ? 1
Nothing hut to suggeet doubts, it has even
suggested that. Rheuinutlsru cannot be cured,
bkepiiclam 1 aa bad aa Rheumatism.
"What has Science done for the world?
A good many things; for Instance, it has
show n that Uheumattain can be cured,
H has shown that Neuralgia can be got rid of.
Modern science hnsproved t hat Rheumatism la
a blood disease, and baa provided Athuithuros
aa the remedy which can completely cure It.
It has proved that although the old doctor?
failed toorercome Neuralgia, ATnLOPHOnoscan
reach It, and eradicate it from tbe system.
It haa proved that though these tormenting
diseases were so Hlnw and obstinate, they can
be overcome In a llUle while by means ot ; .
Dont be skeptical. If you have any doubts aa
to what Athlophokos can do, write to some ot
those whom it has cured. For Instance, Rev. 8.
R. Dennen, I). D., Pastor Third Congregational
Church, of New Haven, Conn., the Rev. W. P.
Corblt, pastor George Bt. M. E. Church, of New
Haven, the Rev. J. K. Searles, pastor WUlett St.
M. E. Church, New York city, Mr. Bnunmell, the
well known candy manufacturer, of New York,
Ex-Gov. Blgelow, of Connecticut, and many
others, equally well known.
If yon cannot (ret Athlophobos of your dniinriiit,
are will send it exprom paid, on reoeii of regular
rrlo-oue dollar iwr UHtla. We prefer that you bur
It from your dnnnriM, but if be tiasn't It, do not be
Krsuaded to try annieuuJUf else, but order a once
m us as directed.
ITHLOPHOROS CO., 113 WALL ST., MEW YORK,
isimssmiiiiisssi . 11.1
Durham Is historic. It was neutral around
diirlnK the arm laUce between Sherman and
Johnson. Holders of both armies filled
their pouches with the tobacco stored there,
and, after the eurrender, marched home
ward. Soon ordnrs came from East, West,
North and South, for " more of that elegant
tobacco." Then, ten men ran an unknown
factory. Now it employs Sou men, uses the
pink and pick of the Golden Belt, and the
Durham Bull in the trade-mark of this, the
beet tobacco In the world. BlackweU's Bull
Durham Hmoklna; Tobacco haa the buyest
sale of any emoktnK tobacco in the world.
Why f Simply because It is the . All
dealers have it Trade-mark of the Bull.
If he'd irone for a peck
aire of BlarkweU's Bull
Durham Smoking To
bacco, as be was told, be
wouldn't have been
cornered by toe buU.
XX. E. I2STCE,
-Manufacturer and Dealer rn
9th Stree., between Com'l Ave. ud Levee.
CUOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMTJJilTlON.
Wee Reaalred. All Kinds ol Kevs Made.
IAS. B. SMITH.
Grand Central Store.
O-AIKO. - - TLX
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