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THE DAILY CAIRO BXTLLETTO
A Household Article for liilersel
For Scarlet and
Eradicates jnoid revere.
ttUAV"WB Diphtheria, Ball.
"ti Sore Throat, 8maU
JSSSSSSSSSSmX rx Meaelea, and
All Contagious Diseases, Person wailing on
the Sick should use it freely. Scarlet Fever hit
Deter been known to spread where the Fluid wis
used. Yellow Fever has been cured with it after
black vomit had taken place. The wont
cases of Diphtheria yield to it.
Fevered and Hick Per-1 SMALL-POX
eons refreshed and
Bed Korea prevent
ed by bathing with
Impure Air made
harmless and piirifiod.
For Hore Throat it is a
For Fronted Feet,
Chilblains, Pi lea,
Bolt While Complex
loos secured by its use.
Bhlp Fever prevented.
To parify the Breath,
Cleanse the Teeth,
It can't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
Rums relieved instantly.
Dyeente: j cured.
Wounds healed rapidly.
As Antidote for Animal
or Vegetable fuiaoos,
PITTING of Small
A member of my fam
ily was taken with
Small pox. I used the
Fluid ; the patient was
B'it delirious, was not
pitted, and waa about
the house again in three
weeks, and no others
had it. -J. W. Pajuc
The Dhysldans bars
use iMrbv Fluid very
successful! y in the treat
ment of Diphtheria.
Tetter dried up.
Ulcers punned and
Ill cases of Death It
should be used about
the corpse it will
prevent any Mrr'trs
The eminent Phy.
Irian, J. MARION
MMH, H. D., New
York, savs: "I are
convinced rrof Darbya
Prophylactic Fluid is s
I used the Fluid durlnj
our present affliction with
Scarlet Fever with de
cided advantage. It is
indispensable to the sick
room. Wat. F. Saxd
roso. Eyrie, Ala.
Vanderbllt University, Nashville, Tenn.
I testify to the most excellent qualities of Prof.
Darbya Prophylactic Fluid. As a disinfectant and
detergent it is both theoretically and practically
superior to any preparation with which I am ac
quainted. N. T. Luiton, Pruf. Chemistry.
Darbya Fluid is Recommended by
Hob. Alexandir H. Stii-huns, of Georgia
Rev. Cmas. F. Dckms, D.D., Church of the
Strangers, N. T.; -
. Jos.laCOrtra. Columbia, Prof .University .S.C.
Rev. A. J. Bar-rLS, Prof, Mercer University;
Rev. Geo. F. Pitaci, Bishop M, E. Church.
ttDWPEWSABI.E TO EVERT HOME.
Perfectly harmless. Used jnternajly or
ealernslry fur Man or Beast.
The Fl:4 has beeji thoroughly tested, and we
Wave abundant evidence that it has done everything
here claimed. F'ir fuller Information get of your
Druggist a pamphlet or send to the proprietors,
J. H. ZKIIJN A CO.,
Manufacturing Chemists. PHUADtLPHIA.
QAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Thosj. W. Shields, - - - Manager
ONE NIGHT ONLiT!
MONDAY, February 4.
Engtgoment of the Celebrated CotnedlSDS,
BAKER and FARRON,
In their Original Creation, entitled
"CHRIS & LEtfA";
Life on the Upper Mississippi
At played by tbem In all the large cities of the
Reserved seats at Buder's. Popa'ar prices. 15,
0 and 7! cent. No extra charge fer reserved
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
THURSDAY, FEB'Y 7.
One Night Only.
Erer Popular! Always Welcome I
A Pity and Company from the
Madtaoia Square Theatre V
tali time presenting the Ore atest Dramatic Success
Now in Us FIFTH TEAR.
with ta onusnally great cast, Including C. W. Coal'
dock, Mrs. 8. L Davenport, Ads Oilmen, W.
H. Compton, DeWolf Hopper, W. B. Cahtll,
Celcls Rash, J. O. Graham e, Annie Ruiiell
od others. Elegant Artistic Tiles, quite new,
being beautiful mementos tod souvenirs of a
beautiful play, presented all ladles who attend.
tar8eats on sale Tuesday. . j ;
W. 8TRATTON, Cairo.
T. BIRD, Missouri.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Ko. W Ohio Levee, Cairo, I'l. j
lyAfente American Powder On
Tbe Ideal Caligraph.
k THE PERFECT WRITiNO MACHINE.
jKvery Machine warranted. Ad
fjuHtable type bars, perfect auto-
mauo paper feed, even unvarla-
ble tension, no lout mntlnn. bev
eled platen, light carriage. All
parts intorr.hanoftble. Does tba
work of three penmen, much neater and mora
atfible. Prices, 170.00 and 88.00.
PARKER, BITtlsI ft CO., 420 N. M, It Usta.
Scarlet Ferrer n
H I f H
NIPPED r THE BUD.
Harry Le'i Little Sobeme for the
I Grand Tour.
A Contemplated Trip That WUl Prob
ably Bad In the Penitentiary
A Bank Mystery, Etc
Toronto, Ont., Feb. 2. There U aflut
ter of excitement, attended by a consider
bla amount of mystery, at the Queen Street
Branch of tne Dominion Bank. The Queen
Street Branch is supplied with funds as re
quired by the bead ufttai, at the corner of
Young and King streets. Ouo day last
week a supply of fundi was required by the
branch, and word was lent to the bead of
fice. A package of $7,500 was accordingly
dispatched by the bank messenger, who in
due course reached the Queen Street
Branch. The teller did not happen to be
In at the moment and the messenger band
ed the package to oue of the clerks, who iu
In turn placed it in a box la the teller's
compartment, awaiting the arrival of tbat
gentleman. The latter in due course came
in and went about bis work at usual. A
telephone message bad been tent in tbe
meantime to tbe bead office asking why tbe
fundi bad not been dispatobed for tbe use
of thebank. Tbe reply wai tbat a package of
17,500 had been delivered some time before
by tbe regular messenger of tbe bank. A
bunt was Immediately made for tbe missing
package and tbe clerks were exaralued, but
no trace of the $7.5'JQ la crisp bank notes
could be found, and tbe mystery still re
AKRKST OF A.N ALLEGED FORGER.
A few days ago there arrived in this city
a rather fiuo-louklng man, who gave bis
name as II. L. Andrews, of Sao Francisco,
lie was accompanied by a woman named
Bessie Andrews. It now appears tbat be
is not Li. L. Audrews, but Harry Lee. He
was arrested at a bouse on Siincoe street by
Detective Hold, of this city and Detective
Heien, of Cincinnati, on tbe charge of forg
ery. Lee, whose age Is registered at tbe
police-station as 2J, wai tbe confidential
oterk of Woodraugb A McParlla, saw man
ufacturers, of Cincimuu. It is alleged
tbat by falsifying tbe account booki and by
forging checks he managed U cheat bis
employers out of 10,00J; at least tbat was
the extent of the losses dlsoove red up to
tbe time tbat Detective LUieo left Cluoiff
nail. Lee skipped out on tae 21tt lust.,
taking with blm a young woman of whom
be was enamored. When searched at tbe
police-station, all that was found on Lee
was HO, a knife, and same papers. It was
bis Intention to start tar Europe soon with
his lady love. After doing tbe Continent
they were golag to "take la" Austral it.
THE CANADIAN PACIFIC SUBSIDY.
Ottawa, Ost., Feb. 2. The prl nclpal
toplo of conversation In the lobbies of tbe
House Is tbe resolutions proposing a loan
to the Canadian Pacific Railway Company.
Opinion Is pretty well divided concerning
the advisability of tbe step tbe Government
is about to take, and there will be a lively
and protracted debate when the matter
comes up for discussion la toe House. Tbe
Citizen, Government organ, publishes the
resolutions without oomment. Tbe Free
Press, opposition, says, practically regard
ed, tbe new loan involves a confession of
the failure of the company to keep their
agreement and a demand that the credit of
tbe country shall be pledged to enable tbem
to do so. it Is alto actual Increase of cash
subsidy to tbe oompaay from $25,000,000 to
47,000,000, because the company, after
they have obtained the loan on the security
of tbe property created from subsidies al
ready granted, may at any tl me again con
fess failure and throw the w hole thing back
on tbe bands of the Government, leaving
the most difficult section of the road sttll
AMENDING THE SUNDAY LAW.
Toronto, Feb. 2. The Society for tbe
Suppression of Vice has appointed a dele
gation to go to Ottawa and endeavor to se
cure an amendment to tbe Lord's-Dy aut
tbat will prevent public Sunday 'excursions
and all unnecessary work on railroads and
canals, and In permitting lottery gambling
by raffles at bazaars for charitable pur
CRUSHED BY SNOW.
Hamilton, Feb. 2. Four dwellings on
Napier street fell from the weight of snow
ou tbe roof. Mrs. Burns and ontld were
Ottawa, Feb. 2. Tbe annual meeting
of tbe Council of the Dominion Alliance
commenced Monday. Tbe object of the
alliance is to secure the total suppression of
the liquor traffic.
PBOXOTOTED I3iCO B ABLE.
Tbe .H'lle ;of Conreenmaus Bingham
Dying at Philadelphia
Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 2. Mm.
Henry H. Bingham, the wife of tbe lead
ing Representative in Concress from tbe
city of Philadelphia, Is lying dangerously
ill at ber residenoe. Her affliction, a can
cer, Is pronounced incurable, and Dr.
Agnew, tbe celebrated surgeon who
waa summoned to attend ber, says
be oannot recover. A year ago
two operations were performed upon tbe
cancer, whloh bad appeared In ber mouth
near the tongue, and these afforded her so
much relief tbat she was able to pass tbe
summer very comfortably, but the evil has
now reasserted Itself. Mrs. Bingham bag
been many years one of tbe most brilliant
and accomplished ladies in the most fash
lonable society of Washington and Phlladol
pbla. Before marriage she was Miss Alex
ander, of Baltimore. Her mother was a
Miss Bowie, of tbe old Maryland family,
and she is a relative of tbe late Reverdy
Johnson. Her father, T. S. Alexander,
a prominent lawyer, left Baltimore at the
breaking out of tbe war, on account of
his Uulon sentiments, aud weM to live in
Newark. N. J., afterwards removing to
New York, where Mrs. Bingham also spent
much of her time.
BT DEMOCRATIC BLtJXDEBS.
The Owl Way By Which I ho Republi
cans Can Hope tt Win.
New Yore. Feb. J.-Whlle ox-Senator
Conkllng was sitting behind the counsel'i
desk In the Dlnsmore cue, a friend ap
prosohed blm and asked what bs thought
of the political situation. ' 'I am taking no
aottve interest in poUtios lust now," said
Mr. Coakllng, 1 'being f)ly oooupled with
legal business. I think, however, that If
the Republican party wins nogt fH K will
be by tbe means o Demesratlo votes. I do
lot consider the Republican party strong
enough la Itself to win. jmWtvelo blun
ders, ss usual, wrll atVe vfaiory to the Re
publicans. No party ean suise4 witlsoul
leader. Th fepttklttiu. party aai tt)
eader at pKeseat,
ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3
ACeal Miners' S'oaaell.
Pittsburo, Pa., Fi b. 2. The ooal min
ers In tbe Pittsburg district meet In conven
tion next Wednesday, tbe 9lb Inst., to dts
cuss tbe expediency of making a u ilted do
mand for an Increase in tbe rate for tbe
spring run of mining. A particular effort
will also be made to organize miners of toe
Kanawa river so tbat tbey may make a con
centrated action for a higher price for their
work, as the coal they mine competes with
tbe Pittsburg article. Tbe present rats I
considered entirely too low.
Sharper Than it (serpen!' Tooth."
Indianapolis, Feb. 2. August Mobs,
an aged German, blew out his brains be
cause unkindly treated by his wealthy sons,
wbo are si onn-keeper.
Milwaukee, Wis.. Feb. 2. Tbeprln
ters on tbe evening Wissonsln have struck
to compel tbe payment of female composi
tors the same as male.
AX ASN'M EAHK1
Hade Prominent in the Column of an
St. Louis, Feb. 2. The Post-Dispatcb,
which but recently was convicted of steal
ing bodily a two column' cablegram from a
morning dally after everybody In the city
bad read it, and wbo is habitually guilty of
something, continues to raid against the
enterprise of outside papers giving the lat
est telegraphlo news of even data with it-
se f. Tbat paper of this evening savs:
"The remarkable defense the pirates
make is tbat after anything is once pub
lished 'it Is public property.' Tula prin
ciple of ethics has long beeu adopted in
practice by the gen lemen wbo pillage tbe
doorways on Franklin avenue, and wbo
take tbe ground that any unconsidered
trifle which Is publicly exposed la public
property. But we tiave never heard it
openly advocated before. We should like
o bear a pirate attempting to prove to
Harper's, or to any book publishing bouse,
or to any dramatic publisher, tbat matter
tbat bad been once published is 'public
The writer of the abova first predicates
an untruth, and then erects an ass's argu
ment upon it. There is little use of argu
ing a proposition with any one too blind to
see or one too dishonest to admit the differ
ence between the proJsHL of genius and a
mere statement of facts. As well might
tbe "tsws-monopolUts" attempt to
copy right the fact itself as tbe
relating of It. If ths Poit Dispatch
wishes tbe exclusive enjoyment of its
"bogus specials," for forty-eight hours,
It can secure It by keeping Its papers un
der lock and key for the time designated,
and It is fjfe to add that tbe public would
lose but little by tbe operation.
Two Thousand Bonr Hundred Saloon
Keepers In Chicago Will
Chicago, II!., Feb. 2. The torn Toi
ler was asked on what be bassd his us.imate
that 600 saloons would take out a $500 li
cense and 2,400 a $150 license.
"Icalculate," aald be, "tbat about 3,-
000 saloons altogether will take out a license
under tbe Hirpor law that 600 will sell
whisky opeuty and 2,400 surreiKittousiy.
The law is a bid tor fraud. ' '
"Won't It be enforoed?"
"How can it be? I bave seen suob
things before, and because of tbat made my
figures. Suppose you aad I go into a sa
loon tfi watch and we see a man drink out
of a bottle, we can't swear be drank whis
ky unless we taste It. This law oannot be
enforced without the expenditure of about
as much as the lioonse will oome to. An
army of men would have to be employed to
watob, and the ubauues are that most
of them would be In cabo ot with tbe sa
"How did you get at the 600?"
"I thought tbat there would be that
number of saloons that would be forced to
takeout a600 license prominent places,
where the whisky Is to be seen, and places
whose proprietors would not attempt fraud.
But do you suppose the majority will not
sell Just as much whisky as now will koep
bottles where their customers can get at
"In other words, you think there w.ll
be only 600 honsst saloon keepers in
"It isn't a question of integrity stall,
but of dollars and cents. A man will do
what be can to savs money. "
APPEALIXtt TO FISH.
Tbe B. aad O. Calls on tne Trunk Line
Commissioner to Adjust
New York, Feb. 2. Tbe Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad Company has given notice to
Commissioner Fink tbat the rates on East
bound freight are being out by its competi
tors so generally as to warrant repressive
action on his part or by tbe Joint executive
committee of the Trunk Line roads and
their Western connections. The Commis
sioner has tbe right to Inflict peualtles in
esses ot this sort, and, according to a re
cent resolutiftoof a Joint executive commit
tee, he is authorized, upon the submission
of proof of rate cutting, to make a sched
ule rate as low as tbe lowest cut rate. U
is understood that the Baltimore and
Oblo Is prepared to present proof in sup
port of its charges. The last oharge of thu
kind, coupled with a requost that tbe
penalty of reduced sobedulo rates be en
forced, was made by tbe New York Cen
tral. But tbat time the committee en
deavored to shirk tbe responsibility ot re
ducing the schedule upon ths commission
er, aud he In turn compelled that body to
direct blm specifically to enforce the pool
regulations. The reduced rates were in
force about a week, whan, after tbe usual
lecture by tbe commissioner, the members
of the Joint Executive Committee made the
customary promise to maintain rates. It Is
understood tbat the Baltimore and Ohio
does not complain or bring oharges against
any road In particular, but azalnst nearly
all ot its competitors. The charges which
were received on Thursday
night were apparently consid
ered of sufficient Importance to
warrant tbe hasty summoning of afmeetlng
of the Vlos-Presldents of the trunk lines.
Tbe meeting was held yesterday at the
Commissioners' offioe. The Baltimore and
Oalo was represented by Oensral Freight
Agent Harriot, Brie by Vise-President
Blanchard, the Mswgilt Central by Vice
President Haydeo, and the Pennsylvania
by Vice-President Thompson. They de
elded to sail a meeting of the Joint Execu
tive Committee fer next Thursday, to see
what oan be done about tbe matter. It is
generally reported tbat out rajas bave been
made si low as tt Oeftts per lot pounds for
ralu from CbUag to 4rk, and
rates on otbet points In proportion. Tae
highest out rate edutlttsl W cents, while It
Is generally eMs4 tbatftae eoet of Inns
portasellaa ts N coMS.
ONE WOMAN'S FATE.
("Dui aiiaaT In Cincinnati Enquirer.
I shall never forget one woman wbo aW
tracted tbe attention of at least 50,000 people
day for several months in a carpet factory
near tbe ElevaUd road. The factory In ques
tion Is situated directly opposite and within
twenty feet of tbe Third avenue Elevated sta
tlon at Chatham square. From the station
could be seen several hundred wouien sewing
carpets on clanging or elattaring machines all
day long. Business men who came down
In the morning and were obliged to get off at
Chatham square, so as to connect with the
branch road to tbe city hall, watched tbe
women curiously as they waited for their
trains. At night when tbey wilted in the
same place they waUibed them again until
their traiu came along. More than 50,000
men did this every day In tbe year.
One morning in the early part of May last
year the eyes of every man were attracted to
ward the southern window of tbe building
tbe one nearest the station. A new-comer
had taken charge of the machine which faced
the window, hue was a remarkably band
some woman, aad she charmed tbe
eyes of the multitude from tbe mo
ment she made her appearance. She
bad a superb figure, shapely arms, mag
nificent black eyes, lota of color and regular
features. Occasionally 'she glanced down at
the multitude wbo watched her eagerly, but
she never smiled at the dudes, nor gave the
slightest glaij of recognition to the bankers,
brokers and respectable merchants waoj
glared at her so amorously. She was a sub
ject of conversation every morning for a long
time after she made ber appearance. The
men looked for ber as regularly as they
looked at the city hall clock.
When she rlist appeared ber back hair was
drawn neatly down over ber forehead and
gathered in a light roll at tbe back of her
head. She wore a bit of something white
about her neck, and looked refreshing and
pretty. This was just before the hot weather
began. Gradually tbe woman began to fade;
the heavy carpet which she was compelled to
stitch became duty, and tbe glare from tbe
street and the beat of tbe air made tbe work
more and more trying every day. Bbe be
gan to show traces ot fatigue; she grew
heavy-eyed; her hair, which had formerly
been neatly arranged, was allowed to strag
gle over her brow, and the neatness wbioh
had characterized her whole appearance dis
appeared before tbe oppression of tbe heat
and the awful amount oil work wbioh she was
obliged to do every day. Her face grew
thinner and thinner, the color departed from
her cheeks and black circles came under her
eyes. Tbe 50,000 men stared at her every
day, observed the ehange and commented
By the time the scorching heat of July had
come she had wasted away to a mere skele
ton. The pale and wan cheek was heightened
by a hectic flush, and her eyes were un
naturally bright Tbe 50,000 men looked at
ber and bet ten to tVve among tbetneelves
tbat she wouldn't last until August L Those
who bad pnt up money on the enduranoe of
the poor creature were more interested in
hr than ever. One passenger, a prominent
broker whom I knew, said to me one morn
ing: "I look for that face at the window and for
the roof of tbe produtu exchange every
suorning with tbe utuacet anxiety. If that
face goes away before August 1, I shall
lose t'Zo. If I find a flog on tbe roof of the
produce exchange I will know tbat some of
tbe members are dead, and that will cost me
10 more. I can never draw a long breath
until I have see both lotteries and am safely
housed in my office.
The broker lost bis money. Shortly be
fore August 1 the 50,000 men were shocked
or gladdened, as the ease might be, by see
ing in the place of tbe beautiful girl, wbo
bad so long sat framed In by tbe window a
raw-boned, sorawny and freckled woman
with a face so positively ugly that it would
stop a Chinese (uneraL Speculation was
rife as to what bad become of the gtrL One
day three of us were going up town about 8
o'clock in tbe afternoon in August, talking
as usual about the carpet girl, when some
body proposed that we should go up into tbe
carpet house and ask about her. For a mo
ment it seemed a rash and dreadful thing to
da But after a little thought we descended
the steps and climbed to the second story of
the building. When we got there we were
stared at by several hundred employes, and
guyed unmercifully until we found the
superintendent. He was a little man, with a
quiok, nervous manner, and a bald head.
We stated our errand to him as quickly as
possible. He said:
"It is astonishing how much Interest that
girl created. You are only three of 3,000
men wbo have come sp to ask about her.
Her history was not remarkable In any re
spect, and she is now doing quite welL"
"What became of herf"
"You seem very anxious to know," said tbe
little man with a very hard twinkle of his
right eye as he stared at us.
"Yes, we have come all the way up here to
see if we couldn't find out what had become
of her. We have no base and sinister mo
tives. We are moved simply by cariosity."
' No doubt," said the little man with the
same hard glitter in his eye. There was a
painful pause. We stood and stared at each
other while the operatives kept on with their
guying, and the little man kept on with his
staring. Finally, after a long wait, some one
of our party said:
Well, what the deuce did become of herf"
"She married, u said the little man lacon
ically. There was another dreary pause.
Finally, I mustered up courage enough to
"Me," said the little man.
Then we left.
Carried Away by the Play.
During the performance of a thrilling play
In Norwolk, Conn., last week, a well-known
physician of the town, who seldom enters a
theatre, was in the audience. When the part
came where the heroine swallowed the poi
son, is dying, and her lover and friends are
wringing their hands and crying help
lessly, "What can be done)" the doctor was
seen to be laboring under considerable ex
cltoroent At last tbe terrible scene was too
much for him, and, forgetting where he was,
he jumped to hie feet and shouted : "Oi ve
her coffee, you fools; give her coffee!"
Tben a friendly band pulled him back into
his seat, and the surprised actors went on
with the play.
Bentethlng to Think Aboat
It may set French and German statesmen
to thinking when America resolves that they
shall take our 2 par cent, of trichina or we
won't take their 100 per cent of delirium tre
mens. In fact, old boots, logwood and cop
peras, and fourth proof whisky are cheap
enough lu this country to enable us to make
a vory tali aiticlo of French brandy now.
Twenty Miles Away.
It is estimated that fully four-fifths of tbo
meroliniits end professional men doing busi
ness in Loiirton'reslde at least twenty miles
sym tlioir plaoes of business, going to and
afrsJog from tbe city on tho elevated and
A BARRISTERS' BATTLE.
Two Lawyers Engage in a Lively Hill
Wills Worda and rials.
New Yokk, Feb. 2. That some mem
bers ot tbe bar can spar physically as wsll
as orally was demonstrated In an ante-room
attached to Judge Barrett's court. Tbe
examination of the bondsman In the case ot
Bsti vs. Moors et al., for alleged con
spiracy to defraud In connection with ths
Bauer & Bets brewery suit, was being con
ducted by Mr, Samuel Underwood for
plaintiff and Mr. Oeorge E. Armstrong for
defendants. Mr. Kyner, of tbe Hotel St.
Stephen, and W. J. Moore are the bonds
men, and they were being
examined. These, together with tbe
counsel in the case and a stenographer,
were alone in tho room, the examination
being 3 secret one. Mr. Ryder, win had
been on the stand for three days, was again
under examination, and at 8 o'olock Judge
Barrett sent word to tbe counsel tbat his
examination must be concluded. His in
structions were compiled with, and tbe
second bondsman, Mr. Moore, was placed
on the stand for examination, tbe ques
tioning being done by Mr. TJndermeyor.
The examination proceeded for a consider
able length of time
TO THE 8ATISP ACTION Of ALL
concerned, although there were frequent
squabbles between Mr. Undermeyer and
Mr. Armstrong. Then Mr. Under
meyer plied Mr. Moore with
two questions In succession without al
lowing blm to answer the first. Mr. Arm
strong . objected. He told a cor
respondent afterwards that Mr. Under
meyer turned sharply and said: "You
ot'Ject, do you, you thief!" and struck
blm. Mr. Armstrong threw up bis right
aim to ward oft the blow and countered
sliurpiy ou Mr. Undermeyer's nose, and
folio apiI up ihe blow with another tbat
cuuscd Mr. Undermeyer to flee from the
room. He ran to Jude Dooohue's room
and comululned tbat be had been assaulted
by Mr. Armstrong. Judge Donohue re
plied in kindly accents that he was indeed
sorry, but did not see that be was to blame,
and said tbat as tbe affair really took place
uuder the auspices of Judge Barrett, oom
plaint should be lodged with him. Mr.
Undermeyer then bled away In search of
Judge Barrett, and bis honor will adjudi
cate tbe case.
THE G.lSOLISE DISASTER.
Latest From Ihe Hrene of tbe Alliance
Pittsburo, Pa., Feb. 2. A special
from Alliance, Ohio says in regard to the
explosion none ot tbe parties Injured have
yet died: Hopes of their recovery are enter
tained. The list of killed Is; Frank Orr,
Elmer Orr, Mrs. Homer Highland and lit
tle son, Mrs. Frank Evans and two chil
dren. Tbe Injured are; Frank Evans, and
Robert Miller, Maggie Miller, Edward
Freeze, Robert Joyce, Mr. Bker, Judd
Doris, Charles Hayden, John Carey.
Later, two members Dupitx B neJIcts
minstrels. All ih) bodies of tbe ra ssiog
bave been recovered. Frank O r and bis
son E mer were taken from the ruins
tightly elapsed in each other's arms. Frank
Evans whose wife and child perished,
emerged from tbe ruins badly bruised,
crying, Obi my wife and two little chil
dren are under the ruins for Ood's sake
get tbem out. Mrs. Orr, wbo
lost ber bushand, son and daugbte
and grandson is almont frantic with grief.
Her distress is heartrending to witness.
All kinds of business has bsen temporarily
THE L.OXU IftXAXD HTJBDEREaV
Bngg Cloaely Waiebed Selah Hpragne
and lira. Townsend Will Die.
Long Island Citt, Feb. 2. Selah
Sprague, Charles Rugg's last viottm, has
bad a relapse, and bis attending physicians
have abandoned all hope ot his recovery.
He was suuiolently oonsclous to state that It
was a black tslrm who assaulted him. All
hop.i of Mia. To nsend's recovery has been
abandoned. Rugg will bave four murders
to answer for whn the Dlstriot court meet
In April. He is strtotly watebed in tho
Queen's county jail, the Jail officials fear
ing he may commit sulolde. The detec
tives have absolute proof tbat Rugg has
committed ten crimes of robbery and vio
lence within a 'few years, In addition to
those agitating Long Island during the past
The people in this part of Long Island
are again exolted. This time the cause Is a
case ot poisoning, ths victims being
Thomas Collier and wits. A lot ot detec
tives are endeavoring to find the motive and
Wendell Phillips Better.
Boston, Feb. 2. -Wendell Phillips, who
li lying dangerously III at his leslJenoe la
this city, Is a little better. Dr. Thayer,
wbo bad given up all hopes of his recovery,
now thinks there Is still a ray ot hope. Mr.
Phillips did not pass a very comfortable
Syracuse:, N. Y., Feb. 2. At tbo pool
touruey Herman defeated Knight, and
Whnrton defeated Kurtzoh. In the evens
Ing Sutton defeated Shaw. Malone played
a magnificent game, irolng O it wben
Dunklemaii had bu six buttons up.
Cattle Receipts 2,000;
exports $6 40(86 90;
common to choloe
fc UWtfO :o.
Hood-Receipts 7,000; opened steadier.
10 15c higher; light $5 6006 20; rough pack
Ing $5 760 20; heavy packing and
shipping $6 25f26 75.
WiiKAT-February 91V; March VM(H
May 98X 9 June WiSbX.
CORN-Febrtiary 62 X; Marsh 68;
May 68HfJH; June l9aH.
OAT8-February 82X; Iferob 83K; May
36tt ; April 83.
Pork February S16 89; Marsh H8 82;
May $18 60.
LaRD-February 9.00; Maroh 9.15;
Wbsat arrived dull; ceu arrived
easier. Wheat to arrive rather doll,
and depressed I oom to an ire dull.
Mark Laos Wbsat dn.ll aa. ooftt dull
California wheat oil ovist an red winter
wheat to atrlvi dsolltted 84. Cali
fornia wheat to airttjo advaaoed 94.
Country markets rMtei. . Ipet wheat dull
with a fair tlsamattf. Vo. f spring 7s Ud
Western Winter at M. Ml Marl Waaaarst
What has Skepticism done for the world 1
Nothing but to suggeet doubts. It has even
suggested that Rheuinuttam cannot be cured.
bkepUcism la as bad as KbeumaUam.
What has Science done for the world?
A good many things; for Instance, it has
shown that Kheumatlsm can be cured.
It has shown that Meuralglaoanbe got rid of.
Modern science hnsproved that Rheumatism is
a blood dlseaue, and has provided Athmfbobos
as the remedy which can completely cure It
It has proved tbat although tbe old doctors
failed to overcome Neuralgia, Atblophoros can
reach It, and eradicate It from the system.
It has proved that though these tormenting
diseases were bo slow and obstinate, tbey can
be overcome In a little while by means ot
Don't be skeptical If you have any doubts as
to what Athlopboros can do, write to some ot
those whom It has cured. For Instance, Rev. S.
K. Denncn, D. I)., Pastor Third Congregational
Church, ,of Hew Haven, Conn., the Rev. W. P.
Corblt, pastor George Bu M. B. Church, of New
Haven, the Rev. j. K. Hearles, pastor Wlllett St.
M. E. Church, New York city, Mr. Brummell, the
well known candy manufacturer, ot New York,
Xx-Gov. Blgelow, of Connecticut, and many
others, equally well known.
If yon oannot get Ath Loraoaoe of your dnwsi.
we will send It express paid, on receipt of nsrular
prioe-ODa dollar par bottle, we prefer that you bur
It from your drawl nt, but If be naaut It, do not be
persuaded to try something: slue, but order at once
from us as dirouUtd.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
i iimmiimimi n. li. iiimimiiiimiii
Durham Is historic It was neutral around
durlntr the armlaUee between Sherman and
Johnson. Soldiers of both armies Oiled
thelrpouehea with Uia tobacco stored there,
and, after the surrender, marched home
ward. Soon orders eaiue from East, Wsat,
M orth and South, for "more of that elerant
tobaooo." Then, ten men ran an unknewn
factory. Now it employs SOO men, uses the
pink sud pick of the Oolden Belt, and the
Durham Bull la the trade-mark of this, the
best tobaooo in the world. BlaokweU'a Bull
Durham Smoking- Tobaooo has the largest
sale of any smoking' tobaooo In the world.
Why? Simply because It Is the U. AU
dealers hare it, Trade-mark of the Bull.
Manufacturer and Dealer ro
6th Street, between Cora'l Ave. aud Levee. :
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMTJNITION.
Safes Reoslred. All Kinds ot Eevs Made.
I AS. B. SMITH.
xsbsbt a, urn,
Grand Central Store.
DEALERS IN . "
OIRO. - - TLX
Tbe Regnlar Cairo & Padncab Pally
Str. GUS FOWLER.
HBNRY E. TAYLOR, Master.
GKOKQB JOBBs, Clerk.
Leaves Padacah for Cairo dallv fSundara meant.
ed) at 8 a. m., and Mound City at 1 p. m. Return
log, leaves Cairo at 4 p.m.; MonndCtty at 5 p.m.
Nashville, Padacah ft Cairo U, 8. Vail
Line. - Z
For I'aducab, Rmlthland, Dycrsbnrg, Eddyvllle,
Canton, Dover, Clarksvllle and Nashville,
B. S. RHEA.
J B. TYNRR ........Master.
QKO.JOBES .M .....Clara.
Leaves every Monday morning at 10 o'clock a.
W. H. CHERRY.
WK. STRONG .
HLIX UKASTY.....M.. ....I
t.ro. avar JVrla more I Df al 10 o'clock. 1
tne cloe connections at Nashville with the L.
It. R. R. and ft. A C K K for all points eoet.
with the I7nna. Camhrrland Packet Co.. for all
Ipolatt for;the Upper Camberland. JPor frelg av
paaeare, apply on beard ot le W. F. LaasMlav
l , sin
LOOKOUT! I Wfjrjt .
DURHAM I lils9W VtL.
BULL I )rXysHW
L""a I If he'd fone for a peck.
I we of BlaokweU'a Bull
gt I Durham Smoklne; To.
wl I I baooo, as he was told, he
I I. wouldn't have bean
i oornered by ths trull.