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Impurity of the
niixxl, Fever and
and all Disease
caused by De.
rang etnent of Liver, Dowels tod Kidneys.
SYMPTOMS OF A DISEASED LIVER.
Bad Breath; Pain in the Side, sometimes the
pain It felt under the Shoulder-blade, mistakeo for
Rheumatism ; general Iota of appetite ; Bowels
generally costive, sometimes alternating with las;
Ins head is troubled with pain, is dull a:id heary,
with considerable lots nf memory, accompanied
with a painful sensation of leaving undone something
which ought to have been done; a slight, dry cough
and flushed face is sometimes an attendant, often
mistaken for consumption; the patient complains
of weariness and debility ; nervous, easily surtled;
(set cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation
of the skin exists; spirits are low and despondent,
and, although satisfied that exercise would be bene'
ficuil, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude 19
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
lamination after death has shown the Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
It should be used by all persons, old aad
I young, whenever any of the above
Persons Traveling or Living In TJn
healthy Localities, ly taking a dus occasion
ally so keep the Liver in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria, Bilious attacks, Dirtiness, Nau
sea, Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, etc It
will invigorate like a glass of iuc, but is no in
If Ton have eaten anything hard of
digestion, or feel heavy after meals, or sleep
less at night, take a dose and you will be relieved.
Time and Doctors' Hills will be saved
by always kerplng the Rrgulator
In the House I
For, whatever the ailment may be, s thoroughly
salt purgative, alterative and tonic can
never oe out of place. The remedy is harmless
aad does not interfere with business or
IT IS PTKFXT VERITABLE.
And has ail the power and efficacy uf Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after efletu.
A Governor's Testimony.
Simmons Liver Regulator has been in use in my
fsrailv fut some time, and 1 am satisfied it is a
rsiuaW. addition to the medical science.
J. Gill Shoktki, Governor of Ara.
Hon. Aleiander II. Htephens, of (la.,
says : Have derived some benefit from the use of
Simmons Liver Regulator, and wish to give it s
"The only Thing that never falls to
Believe." I have used many remedies for Dyt
Kpsia, Liver Affection and lability, but never
ve found anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmons Liver Regulator has. 1 sent from Min
nesota to Georgia for it, and would send further for
such s medicine, and would advise all who are sim
ilarly affected to give it a trial as it seems tlic only
stung that never fails to relieve
P. M. Jankiv, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. W. Mason saysi From actual ex
perience in the use of Simmons Liver Rrgulator in
say practice I have been and am satisfied to use
sod prescribe it as s purgative medicine.
HTake only the Genuine, which always
has os the Wrapper the red Z T rude-Mark
and Signature of J. II. ZKIMN & CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
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Tho W. Shield, - . - Manager
ONE NIGHT ONLf!
MONDAY, February 4.
Snrageraent of the Celebrated Comedians,
BAKER and FARRON,
In their Origin si Creation, entitled
"CHRIS & LENA";
life on the Upper Mississippi
As played by them In all the Urge cities of the
Seserred tests st Barter's. Popn'sr prices. 25,
so and 75 cents. J J extra charge ter reserved
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Bogsgement of the Cnarroing Little Comedy
ippported by the Popnlsr Comedy,
assisted by the Fsmons Chicago Silver Band snd
The Farcical Comedy In Fonr Acts, entitled
"Wanted a Husband!"
The Laughable Society Comedy
The Sensational Comedy
All of tbe above named comedians were written
foe Miss Goodrich snd prodoced only by this com
pany. W Bale of seats commences Wednesdsy morn
ing tt Bador's Admission 71 snd 59 Including re-
ervedsesls. Gallery 39 cents.
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A PERSECUTED BANDIT.
folia- Jamei Complains of His Treat
meat at the Handi of tho Law.
Ths faweblstioy Shown to the Ford Boys
aad ths Harshness U Himself.
Indkpksdence, Mo., Feb, 1. When
your correspondent oalleU on Col. Frank
James list evening st Col. Samuel Itals-
ton's, two miles south of this city, Mr.
Janes was found sitting- up In a rocking
obalr. In aniwer.to on Inquiry retarding bis
health bs said: "I am feeling well, but am
anxious to get out Into tbe air. This con
finement is very Irksome. If I have to ap
pear la Kansas City on February 11, It will
go very bard wit a me If I do not gel some
Speaking of tbe action of the ProsrcutiuR
Attorney when the oase was called on
January 14, at Kanaa City, he saldi
"Whenever I tblnk of Wallace (tbe prose,
cutlag attorney,) 1 am reminded of the
old laying, 'Wbera the Gods would de
stroy they tint make mad.' Wallace wis
very easily satisfied with a single letter
from Charley Ford, stating that be had
bioken bis leg In St. Louis and was un
able to attend bis case, wbicb was called at
about tbe same time, but he even doubted
tbe word of five of my bondsmen, my at
torneys, and tbe oertifioates of my physi
cians, Dm. Budford and Henry, and want
ed tbe court to send a oomtnlsslon down
from Kansas City to examlno me and see If
I really was too HI to appear. And this la
spite nf tbe fact tbat Dr. Henry was then
his family physician and bad been for tbe
last fifteen years."
"What do you tblnk of Qen. Shelby and
bis trial, in Gallatin, for carrying con
cealed we.ip. nsT'
"It Is a curious thing to me, admitting
for tbe sake of argument that Uen. Shelby
did bave a revo ver at my trial In Gelatin,
u) chiney Ford and Dick Lidell were
not arrested for the same offense. Gen.
Shelby Is a gentleman, and as sucb Is en
titled to as muoh respect as two men who
bave ben charred with robbery. I can
see through the whole train matter. The
prosecution are afraid they can't make
their point by legitimate prosecution, and
a tbey want to make tbe people tblnk
tbey are doing tbelr duty, they prose
cute." Stationary Icfe.
St. Louis, Feb. l.Xo further move
tnent of loe bss occurred since Wednesday
olght. A good part of the harbor below
tbe bridge Is clear but from tbe docks south
tbe gorge is solid for a long distance. Tbe
probabilities are tbat It will take several
dayi of warm weather and rain to break up
tbe Missouri above. There are In barber
or lying at the bank for a distance of three
miles twenty steamers and fifty other
crafts valued at over a million of dollars.
A good deal of apprehension Is felt for tbe
safety of many of these in dangerous posi
tion which can hardly escape destruc
St. Louis, Feb. 1. A few minutes be
fore 1 o'clock tbe gorge In tbe rives', be.
tween the bridge and Market street, suc
cumbed to tbe pressure of the loose ioe
above aad give away. The tug, Katie M. ,
lying at the elevator, gave tbe signal, and
(ho Information that tbe Ice was moving
was Immediately telegraphed in all direc
tions, and .hundreds of people from tbe
lower seotlon of tbe city flocked to tbe
rlyer front and crowded the wbarff-boats
along the shore. Tbe steamer Maggie P.,
whloh is moored directly below tbe bridge,
and has so long been considered to be In a
perilous position, bad a large hole knocked
loto her bull and soon after tipped to one
ejde. The engineer, Mitchell W. Grant,
the fireman and cook were eating
dinner down In tbe cabin at the
time the ice first struck her.
The shock sent the dishes flying
hi all directions and nearly upset them
from their seats . Tbey immediately rush
ed to tbe upper deok, and seeing the peril
ous position In which they were liable to
be placed if they remained aboard ber
much longer, went below, put out tbe fires
and made hasty preparations
TO ABANDON HER.
After moving for about five minutes with
out doing any further damage tbe loe again
became gorged. Tbat immediately below
tbe center span of tbo bridge, near this
side, did not move at all, but tbe force of
the heavy mats of moving loe between it
and tho shore, rssulted in piling it up In
some places elgbt or ten feet high. At tbe
foot of Market street the ioe Is bard aground
In the middle of the river, and tbe gorge
was piled up fully fifteen feet high. Tbe
prepare on tbe wbarfboats was
tremendous, and many of them
were forced back on the levee
several y arsis. Every few minutes brought
swarms of curious visitors to tbe scene.
Tbe levee, tbe wbarfboats and every avail
able place were oocupied. About ten
minutes after 1 o'clock tbe Ice began to
move again above the bridge. It was
thought the Maggie P. would surely go at
this time. The offloera and crowd tbat
were aboard ber, with the exception of
few foolhardy fellows, rushed ashore, and
every one gazed with eaaer expecta
tion at the approaching mass- It bumped
against tbe gorge tbat extended some dls
tance above the bridge and set tbo entire
mass in motion again. Tbe alarm signal
was struck on the Anchor Line Wbarfboat
Tbe Irumenie crowd that had gathered
aboard it rushed pell mell oyer the gang
way to the shore. Tbe Ice crushed up
against the Maggie P. , and for a moment
the (book and trembled, but lust as every
one expected the next moment would be
her last, the Ice suddenly stopped ana
gorged again. Tbe steam is undoubt
edlv doomed nothing short of n miracle
can save ber as soon aithe gorge fairly
THR JOHN B. HAUDK,
Ivlni at tbe Sectional Docks, foot of Tea
iterance street, was latumed up against the
shore, and the boom of a large derrick fell
over on her roof, caving it in and oauslng
damage to tbe extent ot several hundred
dollars. Her hull has not been damaged
s rot. but she is In a very bad situation
and the report from tbe Sectional Docks Is
tbat the prospects there are awiui niue.
The docks themselves are not nun.
Death) of Railroad ProaMeul.
Macch Chunk, Pa.. Feb. 1. H. B
Packers president ot tbe Lehigh Valley
railroad, died suddenly of loternal hem
BIS SUCCESSOR. .
Philadelphia, Feb. 1. Vice-President
Cbarlee Bartahorno will serve as President
of the Lehigh Valley railroad until the sue
cesser or the late Harvey E. packer
boson. The directors bave power to fill
lit vaoauoy until the next annual meeting
at the sMekholdeaa.
TalC UEVri'tliT COKTEaVT.
Seventy-three Ballote-Ass AcroenaoeiS
to Elect Menator.
LOUI9VILLI, Ky., Feb, 1. The Sena
torial oauous experienced a new sensation
last evening previous to oommenclng the
ballot la tbe shape of a resolution Intro
duced by Representative Trlpplett, one of
Sweeney's leaden. The document pro.
posed to withdraw Sweeney's name before
a ballot should be taken, and tbat tbe next
ballot thereafter should lie bad between the
remaining oaodldttes, and then tbe hind
most man should be dropped until a final
ballot could be bad between them, and that
tbe name of Sweeney should be place' I in
noraluation and a final ballot taken between
bim and tbe candidate receiving tbe high
est number of votes on the last preceding
ballot. This created a tremendous flurry
In the ranks of both Blackburn and Wll
Hams, and a motion to table the resolution
was promptly inula, but was
lost by a vote nf 60 to 60. Right
on the heels of this came a motion to indefl
nltly pospone consideration of tbe resolu
tion, and this wai defeated by 58 to 02. The
caucus then spent an hour in filibustering
movements, but tbe previous-question gng
was applied and two efforts to adjourn
were ignominious failures. Tbe excitement
rose to fever-beat at this Juncture, aud a
couple of B'ackburn and William par
tisans even came to blow on the floor of
the House. When something like ordor
bad been restored by the chairman and tbe
physical exhaustion of tbe farrmg factions,
a motion was made to reconsider the vote
by whloh tbe Triplett resolutions were or
dered before tbe House. This met with
fresh disaster against the mo'lon.
After the seventy-third ballot several
new nominations were nude, but not In
good faith. Among the rest Carlisle's
name was presented. Tbe caucus ad
Journed at U:b) without breaking the
LA I tit.
Washington, Feb. 1. Phil Thompson
received a telegram stating tbat Black
burn's forces are well In hand, and that tbo
letter's chances for securing tbe Senator
ship Is brighter than ever.
STII.L Lit ER.
WaSHixOTO.it, Feb. 1. There Is. a very
general impreislon here now that Carlisle
III be nominated. Telegrams received by
members here state tbat the break will oc
cur in Williams' ranks after tbe caucus
meets, and Carlisle will be nominated be
fore the adjournment. Your correspon
dent called on Carlisle to ask for an ex
predion on the subject, but be was silent.
'I bave nothing to xav for publication on
that subject," he mid. "Whatever I may
have to express on fay subject I say direct
ly to my friends at Frankfort. I make it a
rule todo no talking bero."
"Have you said anything to them tbat
would indicate any change in your views as
to your relations to tbe contest?' '
'No. I bave said nothing. I did send
them some telegrams, but cannot evn
speak of ths contents of those." From
other soureea, however, it was learned that
tbe Speaker maintains precisely tbe same
altitude be has all the time, tbat whenever
It appears necessary to take up his name in
order to secure harmony and end the con
t. st be will consent, but tbat be does not
propose to be counted in any wuy a candl
date against any of those now in tbe field.
The Blackburn men do not by any means
give up tbe flirht. On the contrary, they
bave telegrams of a very bopeful nature.
YELLOW roSE PARK.
Tbe Improvement Company Alleg-ed to
Owe (several Manured Tbnasand
Dollars) Failure to Plstee
St. PiCL, Feb. 1. A gentleman couver-
cant with affairs in and about the Yellow
stone Park said to a reporter last evenlug
tbat the attachment against tbe Improve
ment Company was to bave been expected,
and that the continued lenity of creditors
bad surprised btm a good dsal. lie aver
red tbat tbe National Turk Improvement
Company was a debtor to the extent ot sev
eral hundred thousand dollars; In fact,
had made such small payments to em
ployes, as well as to tbose who bad fur
niAied lumber, stone, etc., tbat the credits
amounted to but a drop la the bucket, and
employes especially were in a constaut
state of turmoil aud disaffection. The
gentleman said further that Kutus Hatch
bad only placed a small portion of the bonds
during bis London trip. Vest's resoAitiou
In Congress and prospective hostile legisla
tion frightened investors. As a conse
quence the company bad little income and
icreat outlay. Money could not be made,
possibly, until the next session of park
visiting, months distant yet, and meantime
the expenses contlrate heavy. Three addi
tional hotels la tbe park this season were an
absolute necessity, as tourists would not
flock to uncomfortable tents and insufficient
fool. In tbe gentleman's opinion tbe rea
son the hotel property bad not been already
attached was that it was within the reserva
tion and not subject to legal process for
debt. ' His view was pessimistic in tbe ex
treme, and be hinted that Rufus Hatch was
to blame tor much of the trouble.
A bankkk's statement.
Crawford L.aeugston, of St. Taul, said
tbat tbe company bad not paid tbelr bills
for a lonr time. His bank at Livingston
bad always refused their paper. He be
Ib-ved tbat tbey owed more or less to St.
Paul firms, but did not know what firms.
They owe the banks of Livingston, he said,
about $0,000. TUis action of Carver will
not affect the hotel or park property. He
thought that the company would not make
an assignment, but even ff tbeir affairs
went Into the hands ot a receiver it would
not affect the continuation of the hotel, for
there ate many parttcs anxious to buy . tt.
Tbelr concession Is an exceedingly valuable
one, and there is no doubt of ultimate fi
Washington, Feb. 1. Tbe Illinois and
Missouri members bave been receiving a
large number of letters of late from tbe
editors of newspapers outside ot tbe
large cities expressing great alarm
at the proposed legislation regarding
tbe copyright of newspapors for a space of
forty -eight hours after publication.
They say the proposed bill will prove of
great injury to tbem, and are very anxious
to have the Influence of their mem
bers aealnst it. Congressman Hitt said
this morning that be bad given tbe matier
a thorough examination and was unable to
find that any such bill bad been introduced
or that any was proposed to be offered, and
it it were offered be did not think it could
Boiler E plosion.
Detroit. Mlob., Feb. 1. The boiler in
Twlohell's sblugle mill, near Bliinfllmril,
exploded, killing John Finlayson, futnlly
Injuring a maa named Gvrrod and wouud
log several olbara.
MORNING. FEBRUARY 2.
Rivera Hlaiasr-Tbe Oble Valley Agmim
Cincinnati. Feb. 1. At Barleston the
Kanawha is 27 feet and rising tast. It la
estimated tbat $6,000 worth of lumbar,
lops and barges bave been lost. Tbe B k
and Uinton rivers are booming. Wash
outs are reported along the railroads.
Portsmouth, Feb. 1. -Great anxiety
prevails on account of the threatened flood.
The Scioto bottom are flooded. The Ohio
Is rising rapidly. At Balnbtidge, Ohio,
tbe Southern railroad bridge at paint
Creek Is washed away.
Catti.bsbuiio, Feb. 1. Tbe Big Sandy
Is rising. Already large losses In lumber
Ohio Ntlll Risln-r.
Cincinnati, Feb. 1. Tbe Ohio at this
point Is :! feet and rising five inches an
bour. Several gorys are reported up the
river aud muoh damage Is feared. Unless
a change In tbe weather occurs It is feared
tbe flood of last year will be repeated.
tiailctiffit In a Mebool Lyceum.
Vandaua. III., Fsb. 1. There has
beeu another lively milt in tbe school at
Itamxey, Just north of here, in wblcb
Teacher Hart, a citicsn named John Beck
and one of tbe school directors were tbe
principal sluers. At a lyceum Beck te
came disorderly and was requested by
Hart to keep quiet. Thereupon Beck
struck at the teacher and Invited hi in out
s.de, promising to maul bltn In the very
best Queensbury style if be would go. Hart
undertook to put Bock out of tbe room,
but one ot the directors became so much
interested In tbe Grwco-Bomau wrestling
match that he constituted himself umolre
and took charge of the "fair play busi
ness. After peace was restored, Hurt
informed tho director that he was tired of
fighting bis way aad resigned.
Change of Venue Applled.For.
Lincoln, III., Feb. 1. Application was
made In the court for a change ot venue
in tbe case of Orrla Carpouter, charged
with the murder of Zura Burns. Tbe
argumeut Is now In progress. Clinton and
De Witt counties bave been named by tbe
defense. Council for the state named
Bloomlngton. A prominent lawyer says
there will be a hundred witnesses in tbe
case, and by the time it Is over Logan coun
ty will be minus ten thousand d illars, and
Carpeuter will be a financial wreck.
H enstroaltlee Irs Coarl.
Pittsburg, Pa., Feb. 1. A special
dispatch from Philadelphia says: Tbe liv
ing skeleton was in court in a suit to recover
possession ot bis wife from ber father, who
he claims Is detailing ber from bim. All
tbe monstrosities from tbe museum were
present. Two thousand spectators were in
attendance. The bride appeared with her
father, uud said she didn't want to live
with ber skeleton. The skeleton is crushed
and says be will get a divorce soon and
marry another girl.
Crime In tyilncv.
Quincy, III., Feb. 1. Samuel Simpson,
for deadly assault and robbery ot Rev.
Worden, goes to the pen for two years.
Jennlo Davis, a domestic, left It. Mc
Cullough's bouse suddenly and escaped
from the city with fX) Worth Of Jewelry,
There are so many sneak tbloves and
petty criminals In tbe Jail hero tbat a new
grand Jury will fee summoned to save tbe
city the expense of keeping tbem.
Halt AeTitlnst tbe L. fc I.
McLeansboro, 111., Feb. 1 James M.
Blades bas brought suit against the Louis
ville and Nashville railroad, In the Hamil
ton County Circuit oourt, laying his dam
ages at $490. Tbe suit is founded upon
allege 1 damages sustained by the plaintiff
in falling into the pit of tbe company's car
soales, whloh had been left opened while
Brakemaa Hooper'e Terrible Death.
Anna, III., Feb. 1. Tbos. Hooper, a
brakemanot the I. C. road, met a horrible
death iu Cobdett, six miles north. While
making a coupling his foot caught Iu tho
brake, and be was thrown under tbe
wheels of the moving oars, which severed
his lei: from his body. His predcoessor In
the same position was killed similarly a few
Pittsburg, Feb. l.-Tbe death war
rants of Ueorge alias "Babe" Jones and
Jetse Carter, now in Jail awaiting execution
for the murder of John Foster arrived.
The warrant requires the execution to take
place on the third of April next. The
warrant bas been read to tbe doomed
men. Both are vary much dejected.
Jaatiee Hbeldon Dead.
Sax Francisco, Feb. l.-A. W. Shel
dou, who was appointed associate Justice
of Arizona Territory last spring by Presi
dent Arthur, died suddenly at tbe Palace
Hotel,. of an old war wound. He was ex
managing editor of the Baltimore Herald.
He has materially suppressed lawlessness
during bis short term of offloe.
Charleston, W. Va., Feb. l.-A
boom in tbe Elk river belonging to W. A.
Bradford broke last night, letting out
many rafts and loose logs. The total loss
will reach twenty thousand dollars,
and further damage is looked for wben tbe
ice gorge breaks above.
What Murdered Woinan'o Money
New Orleans, F'w. 1. The Jury in the
case of Toisville Sykes, charged with the
murder ot Kate Tnwnsend, have returned
a verdict of "Not. Guilty." The murder
ed woman's money fejds ber slayer's law
yers. Dletreealna; AecldenL
Matfikld, liy., Fob, 1. At the resi
dence of Mr. Taylor, elijht miles south of
here, lift evenlug his eleven year old daugh
ter, while playing with a swing rope in
some unaccountable way got ber neck In
the rope and was choked to death.
Ball Jumper Ri'Aiored.
Marshall, Mo., F'b. 1. W. P.
Bruce, who Jumped bis bond of $400 and
fled to Kansas Citv, bss been brouirbt back
and turned over to tbe sheriff. His trial
for keeping a gamb.ing device in Marshall
is now set tot the 4th.
Iuillau Children Uolns to School.
Cincinnati, O., Feb. 1. Seventy-five
Iudian children from the Indian Territory,
passed through here, en route to Martini
burg, Pa., to attend sohool.
Cut Ira Waeren. ,
Si'Risurnei.ii, O., Fib. 1. Tho Li
gouda aud SprtugUold Maobine shops made
a out of ten to twenty-five per tout. In tbo
wages of tbeir amylojea.
Philadelphia, Feb. 1. Sixty toiiee
men at midnight made a decent upon a
cock-pit al tbe new hunting park and so
cured ninety-tlve spectators of tbo battle.
Tbe search resulted la tbe capture ot
twenty teams, some of them well appointed
drai's. Tbe police also secured seventy
two chickens of nil sizes and breed, and
any nuiube of gaffs, soales and other
paraphernalia. Tbe men were fined $11 SO
each. Suvonty-two paid tbelr fines, but
tbe remaining tweoty-tkree were eons
AN E.YI-ERPBIalNO KICKER.
Tbe Poat-Dltpatcb no m "Jlewa" paper.
St. Louis, Feb. 1. The Post-Dlspstch
of this evening contains a "special" tele.
gram from Washington giving a graphic
description ot a reception at tbe White
House, which occurred last Saturday
seven days ao. This Is th- "live" news
paper which accuses "country dallies" of
plagirlzing Its dispatches. The Postsljould
l ead Its specials, "By pack-mule to the
she Whisky Bill Not Likely lo Pssea.
Washington, Feb. 1. Dr. Kub, of
Chicago, whose face is familiar here when
ever any Important whisky legislation is
pending in Congress, Is by no means hope
ful about tbe prospects of the whisky bill.
"I am not giving tbe matter any attention
this year," he said, as he was preparing to
leave tor borne, "except tbat I naturally
take some Interest in the subject wblob I
bave so long studied. I am, however,
muklng no efforts In regard to it, and only
learn what I know of It lnoidentally."
"What do you tblnk of Hi prospects,
Doctor, as you see tbem from an Intelligent
and unbiased standpoint?"
"I tblnk tbey are not very good, I don'l
believe, in fact, tbat tbe bill Is likely to
pass. Ot course there Is hope as long as
there is life, but I think, the hope Is
very slight In this case. Mr. Will a,
Itbiuk, is about the o ily man wno real
I v expects it to pass, and be will proba
bly find out bis tnMake."
"Will it get through the Way aud Meant
committee, do you think?"
"I should think not, though It may be
in better standing than is generally sup
posed." THE MARKETS.
New fork City.
Wheat February 1 0ft b; Msroh
11 07 ; April $1 09 H; May $1 m; June
Corn February 60; March 61 k;
April 63 'i ; May tiUs.
Oats February 311. j M.trciiti; April
Cattlk Receipts 5.400; slow,
exports W-J.'iSd!Hj; cotnmou to obolce
$5 00(36 K.
Hoos Receipt 16,000; opened steadier.
10l5ohihrr; light!) 60o)6 20; rough pack
ing $5 T.Vtti! l'O; heavy padklng aad
shipping W -jum ".').
WHEAT-Fehruarv 91 5 March 92 K;
May 98H; June H 00.
Corn Fobrusrv 51 H; March 63 ;
May oSH'; JunuoSH.
Oats Febru try 3iV; March 82 Xt Mav
3ti?; April 33.
Pohk February 16 30; Marob 118 82
May $16 60.
Lard February 9.05; Marob 9.1
Wheat February $1 08V b; Mareh
$1 04. b; Miy $1 07 to 1 07 H
OiH 07V;. June $1 05H b.; year VtC4X
April $1 U0 b.
CORS-F'iivu.rv 48 to 48K; March
iS'4b. Miv ..1 '-i t51K.
OAis-February MX b; March SSK.b. ;
May 86; April 35; year 29 b.
Buttkr Receipts 25,533 ths. Market
quiet and easy, but quotaby uaobanged.
We quote: Creamery Fair to stood 30 9
32, choice and fancy 3V3i5. Dairy Choice
2la29; ni otIoiis 27; prime to choice 18(9
22; fairl2ftl0; lowgrade 8310. ITear-bf
make (packed) steady, ran zing at 8 to 15
for dioloe to poor. Roll Seleoted North
ern Dair8 at 19i20; choice 15(81k; near-by
country in large offering, lightly calied for
and dull wrapped 16(418, unwrapped ltH
16, low grade 8312 X.
Euus Reoelpts 208 pkgs. Supply is still
very small, but there was only a "hand to
mouth" local demand, for whloh tbe of
ferings were ample, and the weakness pre
valent yesterday continued to. Sales of
fresh were at 30;i31, but doubtful stock
was hard to place at a much lower fig
ure. DitEssBD Pooltrv Turkeys were
caree and soldly readily at an advance
ZHfaiUc $) tb tor choice, and UUtaiSu for
ou:h. Large Chickens also sold freely at
8T93 2-', bufsmall and rough were slow at
tl Wd2 25, and medium at $3 508 75.
jeese quiet at and duoks at $201, ac
cording lo quality. UTLlve alock nomi
nal. Hogs Receipts 4,099 head; shipments
1,313 head. Active and very stroug; light
to choice Yorkers, $5 80(30 15; mixed to
choice packing 10 lOftd 65; butchers o ex
tra a .
Cattle F.xpott steers $6 40790 19; good
to heavy do $' UOOti 25; oommon to medi
um native H 50 aU 25; light to good stock,
era $3 75 4 00; fair to good feedere $4 75
5 25; eom.non to choice native eows and
heifers $4 00(34 65; scallawags of any kind
$2 mas oo.
Shkkp Common, medium and light $3(3
3 80: fair to good $44 50; prime (4 75a
6 00; fair to good Texan $2 90O4 50.
Cattle Receipt 1,018 head; market
contlnuos to rule stoady for medium and
common, while good Is firm and, shade
Hoos-Receipt 5,489 bead; market firm
and active at about yesterday's prices:
quality good; range $5 7506 5U; bulk tf
sales $8 00 to 6 00.
Wbeat arrived dull) corn arrived,
dull. Wheat to arrive rather dull,
and depressed; corn . to antva dull.
Mark Lano Wheat firm and corn steadier.
California wbeat off coast and red winter
wheat to arrive deollned 81. Call
fornla wheat to arrive advanced 9d.
Country markets quiet. Spot whoa dull
with a fair demand. Mo. U spring 7 lid;
Western Winter 8a Sd. Mixed Western
eora easier at be ,RXd. Demand from
United Kingdom and Continent dull
for wheat and eora Receipts past week
441,000 centals, at wbktb t,M art
What bas Skepticism done for the world ?
Nothing but to euggeRt doubta, it has even
nuggewted that ItheuwiitUHo cannot be cured,
ekepiiclam la aa bad aa Rheumatism.
What has Science done for the world?
A good many things; tor Instance, it has
shown that Rheumatism cau be cured.
It has shown that Neuralgia can be got rid of.
Modern science hasproved that Rheumatism la
a blood disease, and has provided ATHLorHoaoa
aa the remedy which can completely cure IU
It has proved that although the old doctors
failed to overcome Neuralgia, ATHLoraoRos can
reach It, and eradicate It from the system.
It has proved tbat though these tormenting
dlseaees were so Blow and obstinate, they can
be overcome In a little while by means of
Don't be skeptical If you have any doubts as
to what Athlophoros can do, write to some ot
those whom It has cured. For instance, Kev. 8.
It. Dennen, D. I)., Pastor TUlrd Congregational
Church, of New Haven, Conn., the Rev. W. P.
Corblt, pastor George 8L M. E. Church, of New
Haven, the Kev. J. K. Dearies, pastor WUlottHt.
M. a Church, New York city, Mr. Brummell,the
well known candy manufacturer, of New Torx,
Ex-Oov. Dlgelow, of Connecticut, and many
others, equally well known.
If 700 cannot fret Athlophoros of ynur druggist,
we trill send It eipnws paid, ou receipt ot regular
firtoeone dollar par bottle. We prefer that loo bar
t from your drumrlHt, but If he iiaeu't It, do not be
persuaded to try smuutuliitf else, but order at once
from us as directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WILL ST., NEW TORX.
Durham Is historio. It was neutral ground
during the armistice between Sherman and
Johnson. Soldiers of both armies filled
their pouche with the tobacco stored there,
and, after the surrender, marched home
ward. Soon orders came from East, Watt
North snd South, f or - more of that elegant
tobacco." Then, ten men ran an unknown
factory. Now it employs too men, uses the
pink and pick of the Golden Belt, and the
Durham BuU Is the trade-uiark of this, tbe
best tobacco In the world. Blackwell's Bull
Durham Smoking Tobacco has the largest
sale of any smoking tobacco In the world.
Why f Simply because It Is the f. All
dealers have It Trade-mark of the Bull
LOOK OUT I
If he'd gone for a pack
age of BlarkweU's Bull
Durham Smoking To
bacco, as he was sold, he
wouldn't have been
mpriAPMn hv lb. hull
-Manufacturer and Dealer In
8th Street, between Coral Ave. ud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMUNITION.
Safes Resalred. All Kinds ot Kevs Made.
tt. a. SMITH.
StlBSBT A. SUmf.
Grand Central Store.
DRY GOODS, '
OIEO. - - TIaJU
Tbe fiegnlar Cairo & Fadacah Daily
Str. gus fowler:
ITENRY E. TAYLOR, Master.
GEOKUB JOBEa, Clerk.
Leaven PadnpAh IX P,l
ed)at 8 a. in , and MmndCltr at I p. m. Return-
uK,isBToe vairo ai s p.m. ; jiounu city at a p.m.
Nashville, Fadueali ft Cairo U. S. Mail
For Paducah, Rmlthland, Dyershnrg, Fndyvtile,
, -. , wiihu.iiiv sua xsaeoTiiic.
B. S. RHEA.
J. H.TYNRR ....afsster. .
GSO.JOBES Cleri. I
Leaves every Mondsy morning at 10 o'clock a.m.
2a AV. H. CHEBBY.
Leaves everv Fr Ut morn list at V o'ctrwV, raek-lngclo-e
connections at Nashville with the L. V
N. K. K. and ft. AC R K for all points soatn.
with the ITotxr Cumbi'Mand Packet Co.. fur alt
points for.the Upper Camherland. For freight wr
pasture, apply oa board or 10 W. F. LaaibdJa.
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