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Impurity of the
niooil, Fevvr and
1 Affile, Malaria,
and all Diseases
Ifc causd hr Da.
rangement of Uir, Bowels and Kidneys.
TMPTOMS OP A DISEASED LIVETt.
Bad Breath; Pain in the Sid, sometimes the
Dam ia felt under the Shuuldtr.blsdc, mistaken for
Rheumatism ; general loss of appclile ; Bowela
generally costive, sometimes alternating with lai;
the head it troubled with pain, it dull and heavy,
with considerable loss of memory, accompanied
with a painful tenia turn of leaving unuune something
which ought to have been done; a slight, dry cough
and lluihed face ia sometimes an attendant, often
mistaken for consumption; the patient complains
of weariness and debility ; nervous, easily startled;
feat cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation ,
of the skin eiists; spirits are low and despondent,
and, although sausfied that exercise would be bene
ficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it In fact, distrusts every remeily Several
of the above symptoms attend the disease, but cases
han occurred when but few of them existed, yet
examination after death has shown the Liver to
hart been extensively dcrangt.iL
It ahould be used by all persons, old aad
oang, whenever any of the above
Persona Traveling or Living In Cn.
healthy Localities, by taking a d.. occasion
ally to keep the Liver in healthy action, will avoid
all If alalia, Bilious attacks, Din iness. Nau
sea. Drowsiness. Depression of Spirits, etc It
ill Invigorate like a glass of wine, but is no In
If Ton have eaten anything hard of
digestion, or feel heavy after meals, or sleep
less si night, take a dose and yon will be relieved.
time and Doctors' Kills will be saved
by always keeping the Regulator
In the House!
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
safe purgative, alterative and tonle can
never be out of place. The remedy is harmless
and doe not Interfere with business or
IT 18 PtTRFXY TKOETABLK,
And has all the power and efficacy of Calomel er
tyuninc, 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 it a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J. Gill Shouts, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Aletander 12. Stephens, of Oa.,
says: Have derived some benefit from the use of
Simmons Liver Regulator, sod wish to give it a
"The only Thing that never falls to
Relieve." I have used manv remedies for Dys
pepsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never
have found anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmons kver Regulator has. I sent from Mm
aetou to Georgia fur it, and would send urther for
such s 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. jAKNtv, Minneapolis, Minn.
T. IV. Mason says : From actual ex
perience in the use of Simmons Liver Regulator in
y practice I have been and am satisfied to use
aad prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
"Take only the Genuine, which always
bas oo the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
asd Signature of J, II. ZEILI.N A CQ.
(JcURO OPERA HOUSE,
Thoej W. Shield, - - - Manager
MONDAY, February i.
Engagement of the Celebrated tomedlsns,
BAKER and FARRON,
in their Original Creation, entitled
"CHRIS & LENA";
ife on the Upper Mississippi
As played by them in all the large cities of the
Reserved tests at Buder'a. Popu'ar prices. 85,
10 snd To cents. Nj extra charge fer reserved
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
TsivlM'y 1 & 2.
IngagemeDt of the Cnarmlng Little Comedy
supported by the Popular Comedy,
Misted by the Femons Chicago Stiver Band and
ore nee ire.
The Farcical Comedy In Four Acts, entitled
"Wanted a Husband!"
The Laughable Society Comedy
Saturday Night .
The Sensational Comedy
r AMERICAN BORN!"
All of the aHove named comedian were written
fir M las Goodrich and prodnced only by this corn
say. tVliale of seats commences Wednesday morn
ing tt Buder's Admission 71 and 50 including re
barvetCseati. Gallery 95 cents.
if. 8TRATT0N. Cairo. T. BIRD, Missouri.
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The Ideal Callg-raph.
s THt PERFECT WRITiNO MACHINE.
JT JKvsry Machine warranted. AcT
TJustable type bars, perfect auto-
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7 J ble tension, no lost motion, bev-
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i Km .. pttrtalnterrhnnsoable. Does the
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BLACK JACK LOGAN.
His Friends Making the Welkin Ring
With the Bound of. 'Hit Boom.
Practically Ha Opposition In HI Own
Stale, Evea Irnot Arthur
Wauin(ton, Jan. 31 Senator Logan
is attracting a great deal of attention. His
mall Lss never been so large an during tun
past month. From the North, West and
Southwest, and as fitr ea as Ohio, the
mHrabers of the Oraud Army of tbe Re
public are wrltlnif news of tbe formation of
Logan clubs. During tbe last week
Senator Logan's boom appears to bave
attracted tbe greatest share of atten
tion. There bave been processions of West,
em people calling upon bim to talk about
ihe Presidential noniiuons. A visit to
bis rooms at almost auy time of tbe day or
night finds a crowd of strangers wbo come
snd go, changing wltb each day. A moutb
ago Loran would not say he was a caudl
date, now be Is not asked. It ts taken for
granted. It cannot be sstd that the Illi
nois Senator bas any machine, or that be is
working up any of the enthusiasm shown
by his friends. He is anxious to bave tbe
delegates from bis own State, and if he can
secure tbem be naturally believes many
other votes will come to bim. Senator
Cullora, bis colleague, wbo has been men
tioned A8 A POSSIBLE DARK BORIS,
Is honestly supporting Logan. He It a
very frank, straightforward man, who is
very blunt In bis way. He says be will
support Logan as long is Mtools chooses
U support bim. The main opposition to
Log.u in Illinois will come from tbe Chica
go district. There the collector ol the port
is tbe leading figure, but tbe practical poll
itclans say tbat Mr. Npau.dlng It a most
rxcellent business man, but be does not
know anything about politics. Congress
man Davis, who has opposed Logan In a
uumber of previous canvasses, is now said
to be inclined at least to be neutral. IU is
regarded here as one ot tbe best politicians
ia Chicago, wltb a very active aud devoted
following. If be should not oppose Logan
in Chicago the Illinois candidate is confi
dent tbat be can carry tbe whole State.
Davis is mysteriously silent, and tosses bit
gray msne of hair when approached on the
subject. He has one great desire, and tbat
is to secure a good appointment fora strong
supporter of bis, Lerand W. Pieroe. Tbe
latter has been a candidate for tbe United
States District Attorneyship, at Chicago,
but it Is now understood be will compro
mise upon a good Judgeship in one of the
Territories. Logan is now said to be
friendly to Pieroe, and if be helps bim
through it is probabie tbat Davis
WILL NOT OPPU8K LOGAN
In Chicago. One thing is certain, and that
It that President Arthur U not llftlntr bis
band to oppose Lopaa In Illinois. He fives
absolutely no encuurairement to tbe oppon
ents of Logan in tbat State, and treats his
requests with the tame attention as be did
before the Illinois Senator was clearly In tbe
field as a candidate. This is tbe acme of
good politico. The President will not
awaken antagonism by doing anything that
can be construed as looking towards fight
ing candidates at their own bomes. He
has succeeded so well in securing harmony
In bis own State that be is inclined to rest
bis case largely upon New York. He has
been paying particular attention of late to
Frank Iliscock, wbo six months ao vim a
very pronounced opponent. But receutly
Hincuck has not been so outspoken la his
views. Last Saturday Mrs. Uiscock as
sisted at a general receptloo at the While
House. Wednesday evening tbe dinner of
tbe season was given by tbe President, and
Mr. and Mrs. Hisrock were among the
honored guest. Ex-Governor Foster bas
been here for several days, looking alter
alleged railroad interests.
hb talks shekmanish,
hut he does not mean wtiat he says. He
ssyt bn thinks Sberman could get the dele
n'atet from U.iio if be wanted tbem, but
tbeu he adds that be is sure Logan could
certainly carry tbe State. Foster bas prac
tloally come out for Logan, and Foster has
ticen watchlog the developments against
Keifer with a curious interest, believing
tbat much newspaper nagging bas made
tbe clumsy Obioan mad. Foster dislikes
Arthur as muuh as be does Sberman, and
Keifer. He never missed an opportunity
to bit one of tbe two. But bis personalities
are almost the only onst heard at present
In discussing tbe chances of tbe Presiden
tial candidates. In general the candidates
and their friends think the game too uncer
tain to indulge in needless enmities. There
will be so many uupledged delegations tbat
all are kept on tbelr good kbebavior. Oue
ot tbe quietest and coolest of tbe observers
of tbe Presidential game it
SENATOR ALLISON OF IOWA.
He is everybody's friend and one ot
Blaine's oldest intimates. He watches
every conference upon tbe Senate floor
with Locan and appears to take (n every
thing going on about bim. He is said to
bave a large llghtatog rod of bU own erect
ed tor use In case of emergencies,
MILLER AND HARLAN.
Washington, Jan. 31. There la no
longer any talk about the Supreme court
candidates. Miller and Harian. Miller is
out on accouut of bis decision iu tbe civil
rights case, and Harlan has been taken ex
actly at bis word. He said he was not t
candidate and as yet not a single man bas,
pleaded with him to reconsider.
ALTuars ire gorge.
Two or Tbroo Warns Days Will Loosen
It-Ulasa Work Closed.
Alton, III., Jan. 31. Tbe ice gorge
still holds at this point, but a few days
of warm weather will loosen its grip.
Teams were crossing yesterday, but none
will attempt it to-day. Water covers the
ice and tbe strong current caused by tbe
new dyke Is fast wearing away tbe under
surface. Tbe ice is from 12 to 15 inches
thick. Not much danger is apprehended
here from the break-up as all the busts are
safely harbored in the slough. Tbe river
is rising tome, however, and a very
heavy flow of ice will cause tome damage
to tho box factory, the vinegar fac
tor and tbe Eagle Packet Company's
Tbe glass works will not resume opera
tions this year. President Win, E. Smith
bas Just returned from the East, and has
decided to fili bis orders there and let bis
faotory hire remain Idle. TtU is a. severe
blow to to the strikers, who hoped that the
glass company would finally yield. Most
of tbe striking blowers will seek work ia
Os-let Drove Her ls lasanUr
Vanpalia, III., Jap. 81. -Mrs. Mary
Smith, widow qf Us late Dr. B. 6. Smith, i
of St. Elruo. (bit county, bat been fd-j
Judged iusaue, through grief at bar bus-1
band's death, and will be takes to tao asy
lum In Anna.
IU1N01H, F HI DAY' MORNINK. Tppif
Tho Buzzard OaDg at tbe Bar.
Ephiuta, Pa., J411. 31. The bearing
of El ILilney, Daniel Hoinberser, Tsaui
Bronelz'r. and Mrs, Julia Ann Bttxzard.
the wife of tbo fnaous Abe Buzzard, took
place bi-fore Squire Kiaiz. Tue prison,
ere were brought from Lmutsior Jail by
Constatile Jones and D trentive Bartholo.
tnew oo too 8:40 train, which was mot at
the depot by a large crowd of people, wbo
Came into this village by Jroves in sleigh
and carriages, wbl'ib ',-avn tho place a bolt
day app iaranoo.' Mrs. B lizard came to
the village with her fathir,
William strovnr, who went - hBr
ball, siie is rpres(!otel by 8ju:r
(lurinan, of Denver. The men have no ouo
to appear for tbem as counsel. Tbi squire's
otfi'je was packe l ami the yard and streets
outside crowded by a throng, all anxious to
TUB ACCUdKI) HELD fOR TRIAL.
Tbe hearing lasted three hours. The
eases against Hi'lney thirty-four 'indlcl-mi-nu
were taken up first. 'Detective
Bartholnrnew was tho only witness for tbe
C'jmmouwealtb. He was substantiated by
Constable Jon's in mauy cases. He
gave a grapslo description of tbe
life among tbe Busznrd ban l; 'the raids on
the farmers' cellars, smoke-houses, barus,
and nvjeting-boiis; and named articles
stolen, together witb daWs and places, aad
names of persons from waora article wera
stolen, a great raa'17 nf which were identi
fied by the owrjers. Heiney was commit
ted for trial at tbe April term of court iu
default of H.500 bail.
llornbewr was held in default of $2, DOS
on fifteen counts, an 1 Bn nelzer was held
In default of The cbsrgfis against tbo
men are larceny, bcrghry, and receiving
Mrs. Blizzard is charged with rceivinj'
stolen goods. H ;r father gave $3W bail
and she was released, returning home to
ber children on the mountain. The charges
against her appeared to be weak; but
Squire Kria'z deci k-d lo bold hiir because
be considers i.i.t not entirely guiltless,
being aasocated wiiti ber husband, Abe,
and bis brothers,
H.KASOK 1111! FKISONBKS.
Tbe prisoners testmed in their own be
half. Heiucy siid: "I cannot write but
my name, and tlm whole J jb is a spite
a-'ainst mo." H-t also denied having my.
thing to do with the birich of keys fouud in
bis trunk, and a. so tne dark-lanteru, and
stated that it was done for spite.
Hornberer confessed to sone robbories,
but not to the greater bulk, but guessed Ire
had to pay the penaity for all.
Brene:i r plewie'l not guilty.
Tiie pr:scners were conveyed to prison in
charge of Constable Jones and Detective
Bartholomew. The latter returned and
will remain in this vicinity, wnere the trial
Is. Wbi u the pris. ui-i's denied the charges
against them the crowd laughed and Jeered.
There Is considerable respect and sym
pathy for M.s. Buzzard, tbe opinio 1 be'in
that sne wi.l not be convicted of receiving
stolen goo Js, on the pl.'a of belnij poor
and endeavoring lo support herself and
t ASaixtiTov. Jan. 31. Tho Chair
before the Senate a message from
President relating 10 the treaty relatiou
wltb Porio Il.eo and tuba.
A large number of pciitious have been
presented from various sections favoring
the prohibition of the manufacture aud
sale of intoxicating lijuors in Ihe District
Senator Hiair reportnd favorably from the
Committee O'l E.lucatlnn. A labor bill pro
viding for the rsUbSUhnv-nt of common
Senator Blair also introduced a bill to re
iuest tbe represpntatives of the working,
mn's association to pay employes of the
Uovernment the wages withheld' for viola
tion of tbe elsht hour law.
Washington, Jan. 31. A resolution
offered to Piatt relating to the inquiry as to
the last telegraphic communication and
stock Jobbing operation of the Western
Union passed without debate. At the ex
piration of th morning hour the nonfvr
ence report of tbeUreeley Roller Expedition
bill was taken up. Mr. Hale made a strong
appeal for Its passage.
Washington, Jan. 31. -Ellis, fr .m the
Commitiee on Appropriations, reported a
bill appropriating 5D.XW for the support
of certain destitute Indians In Montaua,
with recommendations that the Senate
amendment lucreasing the appropriation
to JIOO.OOO be now concurred in. The re
port was adopted and the bill goes to the
Forfeiture of Land Urania.
Washington, Jan. 31. The House
Committee on Public Lands adopted by an
unaolinous vote a resolution declaring for
the forfeiture of the land grant now held by
the Oregon Central Railway compmy. Tne
land grant of the California and Oregon
Railway company will be next declared
forfeited. It Is thought by members of the
committee tbat the Northern Pacific crant
will be taken up for consideration on Satur
day next, and that the unearned portion
will be declared t'nrfejtod.
John D. Clark, manager of the Western
Union Telegraph Company of this oily has
tendered bis resignation to accept an offor
made by the Baltimore A Ohio Telegraph
Company. Clark will be associated with
Oi-neral Supt. Zenblin, and probably will
have charge of the construction of new Hues
in tbe west and north-west.
Washington, Jan. 31. First Assist
ant Surgeon Cook of the marine hospital
service bas resigned, Dr. II. K. Battle of
North Carolina, who passed the board at
tbe last session will be appointed to succeed
The House Committee on appropriations
will to-morrow receive a report from the
Sub-Committee on the Naval appropriation
Her Lover Was Waiting.
Staunton, III., Jan. 81.-For somo
time past Wm. Owens and Miss Maggie
Klock have been seeking an oppor
tunity to get married, but as the old
folks watched them very closely they bad
no chance uutil Tuesday ntgbl. Maggie
stepped out to attend to soma errand,
presumably, but not re turn I og search was
made when it beoame apparent her lover
had been waiting for her at the corner of
the house. Trains five and six on tbe
Wabash were searched at this place but the
pair were not found,
rusnei by too Wheel a.
Danvilue, III., Jan. 81. lleury Xortle
was run over and killed last night by an en
glno on the Wabash railroad ut the cross
lug ot North street. He was in tbe employ
ot tbe Chicago and Eastern Illinois r 1
Jnib't a r''-M "
NO BOOM FOR PAYNE. .
Misaouriaus Want McDonald to Ba Presi
dent Every ConKre.,tlonn j,ert, w i'itttL, Bar.
TbeyareAII Alrala to Vole for
II lin-Et pease of Living
la Ibe Capital.
Washington, jan. 31.-The influence
of the Missouri delegation in Congress? id
In the matter of a ,Pr8idential candidate
tor the I)eiiocraf!c.'pi,rty wL be exercised
In behalf of McDonald, of Indiana. Yimr
Correspondent has talked wltb each one,
and finds the delegation unanimous for
him. They do not think It prudent to
nominate a candidate from a state tbat
votes in October, or that has gone Republi
can at every election for the: last -S) yearn.
They lau;h at the talk of - a Payne boom.
clerks cor me'mbkrs.
The proposition to give eacb member of
Cnn'-'nss a private secretary, or clerk at W a
day would meet witn approval weie It not
that they fear they would thereby lose fa
vor witb tb'jlr constituents. They all say
tbey need secretaries, that tbe demands of
their constituents cairiou lly for them, and
tbat they have to b. re clerks, which is an
expense tbey cannot aft .rd, but tbey fear
to vote for Belford's resolution to give
tbem clerks. "There is no doubt that
members, especially, on the Republican
slilo, need those dorks, but 1 shall not vote
for them," B,u Congressman
Lacey, of Michigan. 'I have somucb work
lo do that I am compelled to em
ploy a clerk, Jlmt stiall not vole to bave the
GOVERNMENT PAY HIM.
I look at it in this way: When I was
elected I kuew what my duties were, and
how much work 1 should have to do. I
knew just what my salary was, and that the
Government did not pay for a clerk for me.
I was not forced to' accept the office on
these conditions, but having accepted it I
consider tnat there is a sort of contract be
tween me and my district, and I mean ti
live up to it. I don't intend to say that
this movement to furnish senators and rep
resentatives with clerks is altogether
nsialnst the people. It costs more and
more every year for Congressmen to
live, and a man who has a family and is
oKuged to live on hi, salary, Is all the time
in straitened olicumstanoes. The present
teudency is to drive poorer men out of both
bouses, and I don't think that it Is in tbe
interest of tbe people. "
CONCERNING PENSION AGENCIES.
Mr. Washburn, of Minn., says the
House Committee on Appropriations will
not recommend that pensioners be paid di
red from the treasury, and tbat pension
aeencies be abolished. Commissioner of
Pensions Dudiey has addressed the com
mittee a letter against the proposition, say .
in it would cause heavy extra expenses to
tbe Kovernment, cause long delays to pen
sioners In receiving pensions, aud bring
upon tbem a permaneut expense in tbe
matter of exchange.
Touched tho Trigger.
Miibkriy, Mo., Jan. 31. Thorn s
Danicron, 25 years of age, son of a wealthy
farmer In this eeunty, was found dead,
with a bullet hole In bis breast, In a smoke
house on the farm of his father, six miles
north of this city, at 9 o'clock (his mere
ir.g. A shot-gun was found by his side,
and circumstances strongly favor tbe
theory tbat be touched the trigger with
Embessler Ray in Hannibal.
Hannibal, Mo., Jan. 31. -Deputy
Sher.ff Kelly arrived this morning wnb
Robert M. Ray, arrested in Kansa- City foi
nubeziling f3,n00 while confidential
book-keeper to General Manager Lioniis,
of the Consolidated Oil "PUnk line.
LEVY'S FATAL DOHIK.
Hwallowlns; Morphine Because Ill
Treated by III Father.
Memphis, Tonn., Jan. 31. Percival R.
Levy, aged about 25, who recently arrived
here from New Orleans, committed suicide
at his boarding house, No. 104 Courtsireet,
by taking morphine. His condition was
discovered a few moments before death,
and Dr. G. P. Thornton, of the board of
health, was suraraoneel, but could not
render aid. Dr. Thornton discovered
evideuces of poison, which must have been
taken during the night, and subsequent
search of bis trunk showed a half emptied
morphine bottle. A letter addressed to,
May field telegraph operator, wbo bad been
Levy's room-mate, was fo.uncj under the
dead ruau's piilow, announcing his de
termination to kill himself, but giving no
cause. A well written diary was discov
ered in his trunk, from tbe latter part of
which it is gleaned that he bad some do
mestic trouble and he felt tbat be had not
right by his father, L. C,
Levy, a prominent grocery dealer of Vi
Orleans, loung Levy had beeq in M'-m-phis
about 9 uv;i..b, and hadoonducted
iiiuisci! properly, making only a few
friends, "qe paid his owu way but did not
Cuie any display of money. He was evi
dently well educated.
RAILROAD HEX I TROCBI.E.
Conductor Bob BushneU and His Brake
man of tbe H. & St. Joe.
Hannibal, Jan. 31. Conductor Robert
Uushneil of tbe Hannibal and St. Joseph
road, and Marion McNabb bave been ar
rested for ticket swindling. McNabb was
Bushnell's brakeman. The two men were
supposed to l working together, and a
plan to catch tbem was tried successfully.
It Is alleged that Busmiell took up tickets
and Instead of punching tbem and turning
them over to the company disposed of them
to a scalper to be sold again. The amount
of money made In this way by Bushnell and
McNabb Is said to be several thousand
dollars, as there Is no telllns how long they
bave been carrying on tho practice. Con
ductor Bushnell is a widely known railroad
man and bas been a general favorite with
the officials ot tbe road as well as with tbe
traveling public, who knew him as
KIN ICC AD ACQUITTED.
On tho Btates Own Showing He is Not
Sr. Louis, Jan. l.-The preliminary
examination of ex-Commlssloner Alex.
Klnkcad on the oharge that he committed
prejury In swearing that Joe MoE:itlre was
present at the ducut at Mr. Caruth's
bouse when t&e svjoveci of making Stiles
chief of deWtlvea"; aid of reducing the
force was discussed, was begun before
JuJifo Noonau. Col. Claiborne prose-
e'ell. bll"VB-t"l""MJ """
Messrs. J. Q. Lodge and E. J. White de
fended. Mr. Kinkead was present wearing
a defiant air, Tbe first wituess In tbe case
was John A. Robinson, the stenographer,
wbo read from bis notes of tbe conspiracy
trial what Mr. Klnkead's testimony was
on the point iu question. Ex-Cominltsinn.
er Kerwiu lh n took the stand and testified
that at the particular meeting when tbe
Stiles suhjeci and reduction of the -foroe
were discussed Mr. Kerwin was not pres
ent. He was present, however, when tbe
removal of Faulkner was agreed upon, and
Mr. Kerwin thought it probable that tbe
appropriation subleot might bave been
somewhat discussed at that meeting,
Ed. Butler was next examin
ed, and he testified positively
that McEntlre was not present when tbe
matters in question were treated of. Mr.
McEotire testified to tbe same, effect. He
was at only one cauous at which the
Waulkner removal was discussed, and tbere
-wa some more talk be did not listen to.
Lutz was not present, and the case olosed
lor the State, Mr. Lodge moved to dis
charged on tbe Slate's case; brat, because,
according to McEotire and Kerwin it was
possible tbat tbe former was present at such
ilcussion, and next on tbe ground that
the Information spoke ot but one caucus
without indicating wbat one, and M -Entire
confessedly attended one. The court
sustained the motion and Kiukhead was
TH5 BOY PREACHES.
Tho Revival Meetings at Centenary
Church Attended by Large Crowda.
St. Lot'13, Jan. 81. The revival uiiet
Ings conducted by Rev. Thus. Harrisou
yesterday were marked by a good attend
ance. LaH evening after Rev. Dr. Mus
grove, of Spriugfleld, ottered prayer, snd
altera number of inspiring byraos bad
besn sung, Mr. Harrison preached from
F.rst Chronicles, 28th chapter and 9th
vere. Tbe sermon was long but extreme
ly Interesting. It had a powerful effect up
on the hundreds who heard it, the mxgnetlc
prot-ence and pleasing voice of tbe speaker
drawing a large number of people to him.
At tiie close of the sermon be requested the
congregation to slug 'pas Me Not, O
Gentle Savior, " and as the singing pro
ceeded he called upon thoe who felt tbe
spirit working within them to corao for
ward. Some thirty or forty young people
moved up to the altar steps, most of them
bclnsr girls. One woman sprang up and
cried tbat she was saved, making po a
ej.-culatlons. Most of tbe women wejt
profusely. After benediction a number t
those who had beeu converted gave their
names to tbe pastor for enrollment. The
roll of converts numbers now about
"Oo. At 3 o'clock this afternoon a very In
tel esting meetine was held, and a great
deal 'of good work was done.
AN lNWAIKVNir-.l I'SB OK IHR AMIRICAN
London, Jul .11. -It has transpired
that the pol.ee have been warned of a
plot on foot to blow up tbe suspension
bridge with dynamite during the Prince of
Waies' vis t lo Bristol. The Prluoe of
Wales has been warned against traveling
after darK. A number ot feuians bave
been tracked 1 1 Bristol and are now being
closely wa:h d. The Mayor of Bristol
bas received several threatening letters
beariug the imprint of tho American flag.
London, Jan. 31 .Considerable un
easiness prevails in financial circles over
the announcement that Mr. J. W. Thomas,
one of the oldest and best known broken
of the city bas become bankrupt. Liabili
ties reach tour millions ot dollars.
TUB f RANCMISR IN IRELAND.
Glandstone replying to several deputa
tions who waited upon him in regard to the
provisions of the franchise bills, said
what was wanted to make tbe measure a
success w.-is union n the Cabinet and a
clear, comprehensive purpose kept In view
wiuiasieaay resolution to attain It. He
also stated that Ireland would be inoluded
in the franchise bill.
Cairo, Jan. 31. Tbe cable between
Suez and Suakeara Is completed.
THE MARKETS. .
New Turk City.
WiiBAT-February tlM; March
1 OtiV; April 1 09X; May $1 11: June
CoRN-February 60 ; March 61 Xi
April QVi; May MX.
OAis-February 39K5 March 0X April
Cattle Receipts 6,000; steady,
exports $ti 25fS7 00; common to fair
$4 90ro)5 til); good to choice $5 10(3 a SO.
Iloos Receipts 17,000; opeued stranger.
10,al5chUher; light $3 50OU 20;rougb pack
ing $ 73ia6 15; heavy packing and
sbippiug ii mini 75.
Wheat January 91 February
91V; March '.!; May 98.
CoRN-anuary 61 ; February 61X;
March 32 ; May 57 H ; June 67 X.
OATS-Januarv 32X; February 82 X;
March 32; Mar 36.
PoRK-January $16 17X; February
$16 17; March $16 26; May $16 60.
LaRD-January 9.10; February 9.07M
March 9.17H; May 9.37tYr9.40.
WiiEvr-Cash January $1 08; February
J102V; March 10X; May $1 OflX
to$l 07; June $1 05 X b.; year 97; April
t'l AXi U r
. CoitN-February 47 to 47 V ; March
48 b.; MavOOX to 61.
OAT8-Fcbruary 32X b; March 33X b.;
May 365 b.
' Cattle Receipts 968 bead; market
continues to rule steady for medium and
common, while good Is firm aoda shads
Hoos-Recelpt 5,032 bead; market firm
and active at about yesterday's prices:
good heavy at $6 35(36 46; mixed packing
$6 10(36 25; light $6 90rd6 05.
( Wheat arrived dull; com arrived,
dull. Wheat to arrive rather dull,
but easier; corn to art ive dull but easier.
iMark Lane Wheat firm and ceru steadier.
'Couutry markets quiet. Spot wheat steady
wltb a fair demand. No. a spring 8s;
Western winter 8s 2d. Mixed Western
corn better at 5s Hd. Dunian Jmnm
What has Skepticism done for the world?
Nothing but to suggest doubts. It has even
suggested that Rheumatism cannot bo cured.
Skepticism la as bad as Kueurnaumn.
What has Science done for the world ?
A good many things; for Instance, it has
shown that Kheumutiam can be cured.
It has shown that Neuralgia can be got rid ot.
Modern science nan proved that Rheumatism la
a blood (Hsea.se, and haa provided ATHrorHOKos
as tbe remedy which can completely cure it.
It has proved that although the old doctors
railed to overcome Neuralgia, athlophorob cun
reach It, and eradicate it from the system. .
It haa proved that though these tormenUmr
diseases were so slow and obsiluate, they can
be overcome in a little while by means ot .
Dont be skeptical If you have any doubts as
to what Athlofhoros can do, write to some of
those whom It bos cured. For instance, Rev. 8.
H. Dennen, D. D., Pastor Third Congregational
Church, of New Haven, Conn., the Kev. W. P.
Corblt, pastor George St. M. a church, of New
Haven, the Rev. J. K. Hearles, pastor wuiett St.
M. E. Church, New fork city, Mr. Hmmmell, the
well known candy manufacturer, of New York,
Ex-flov. Btgeiow, of Connecticut, and many
others, equally well known..
If you cannot m4 Atb LornoRos of your rlrtiirtrlat,
we wM mud It exjimiB iaid, on receipt of rorular
rrtoe oue dollar wr Kittle. We irefor tbat you bur
It from your drupfiriHi, but if ha haim't It, do not t
persuaded to try aoiuetlUnsr elae, but order at ones
from us as directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
Illiiimmiimm w. . .........i., ,.,
Durham lablntoria It was neutral ground
during the armistice between Sherman and
Johnson. H .Idlers of both armies filled
tllAir imitrhra urith IhAtuK.nMMnHiJIh.
and, after the surrender, marched home-
wara. noon orders came rrotu East. West,
North snd 8outh,for "moreof that elegant
tobaooo." Th.'n Ion mon run mn nnknm
factory. Now it employs 800 men, uses the
I'm aiiu iic ut iue uoiaen sen, ana the
Durham Bull Is the trade-mark of this, the
beat tobacco In the world. Blsckwell'a Bull
Durham Hinoktng Tobaooo haa the Unrest
sale of any smoking tobacco In the world.
Why r Blmply because tt Is the All
dealers have it Trade-mark of the Bull.
LOOK OUT I
If he'd irnne for a psck
ae of Buu-kweU'a Bull
Durham Hmokuur To
bacco, as he was told, he
wouldn't bave been
flnpriai-Mil lv th& hull
wv.hv.wwj M.V W 1,11
PI. E. INCE,
Manufacturer and Dealer m
8th Street, between Com'l Ave. aud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
all kinds op AMC.NITION.
Safes Heoalrerl, All K!nrl of Kevs Made.
US. B. SMITH.
ISBSBT A. XtTB.
Grand Central Store.
OIRO. - - IXJL,.
Tke fiegnlar Cairo & Paducah Daily
Str. GUS FOWLER.
TIENRY E. TAYLOR, Master.
GKUHOB JOKEa, Clerk.
Leaves Paducah for Cifro dally (Sundays eicerjt-
i o b. ui-, aim -h mail uuv at i p. m. KBtOril
lng, leaves Cairo at 4 p.m. ; Mound City at 5 p.m.
Nashville, Paducah & Cairo U. 8. Mail
For Paducah, Smithlano, Dyershnre. "ddyvtlle-.
, . vwhtiuu SUS fSBBUTUIC,
SS B. S. RHEA.
J . H.TYNRR
m.... M sster.
Leaves every Mondsy morning at 10 o'clock S.m.
2a W. H. CHERRY.
Le.iT. s every Kr cl i iii'irninir at HI o'cloc, mak
ing rlo' ennm-rtl'His at Nsshviili- wnh Ibe L.
N. K. K. and N. Jt C H K for til pninis ann'ti.
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