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CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
THURSDAY, FEB'Y 7.
One Night Only.
A Play and Company from the
Madison Square Theatre
this time presenting the Greatest Dramatic Success
Now In Its FIFTH TSAR.
with an unusually (Treat cast, Including C. W. Coal
dock, Mrs. K. L Davenport, Ada Gllman, W.
H. Compton, DeWolf Hopper, W. B. Cahlll,
Celcle Bash, J. O. Graham e, Annie Kussell
and others. Elegant Artistic Tiles, qnite new,
being beautiful memento and souvenirs of a
beautiful play, presented all ladies who attend.
Ct8eeU on sale Tuesday. 1
"CITY GUN STORE"
(Mdest in the city; established In 1862.
Oom'l At., between vth and 10th Bta.
HAHTJFACTUBEB a dealer in all einds
Asamanttlonof all descr'ptlons always on band at
' General repairing In all kinds of metals. Keys
rait aesenptions maae to eraer. ana sansracMoa
warranted. Give me a call, and be convinced for
. mraeit, at tbe s gn or the "BIQ GUN."
JOHN A. KOEHLEU,
fan Proprietor, Cairo, III,
J MX W
H If -3 H
N A 9
lj "DUNSTAN" H
The; Band Together for Works of
Betrayed by tha Leader, Whe Tarau
- estate's Evleleneeito Save)
Bridqiport, Cann., Fob. 6. The
young burglars who were arrested hers
on Friday night, were giveo a bearing in
tbo City Court. George Williams, 19 years
old, the leader of the gang, turned State's
evidence, and made the conviction of tbe
others easy. Wllllams'iald they broke Inte
tbe west side pavilion this winter, and ma
liciously destroyed property tbera. On so
other occasion they broke Into Davltt'sshoe
tore and one of the gang out a dozen or
more boots, rendering them worthless.
Tbe members of tbe gang, it appears, were
leading lights in what has been known
as tbe Railroad Avenue Club. Meetings
were held nightly In tbe basement under
tbe corner stores at Railroad avenue and
Main street. Hera the Jobs were planned.
Tbe oldest member Is a fellow named
Smith, agod 24. Officer Arnold says more
startling revelations are to come. After
the bearing four of tbe young criminals
were bound over for trial In the Superior
Court under $1,000 In etch case of bur
glary and $2,000 of highway robbery.
Saturday night another youthful member of
the gang was taken into custody. This
was Alien Benson, IT years of age, and an
employe of Warner's factory. He Is im
plicated In two or three burglaries, Wil
liams says that Chester Russell was picked
out as one to be gsxotted aud robbed while
on bis way borne. His habits were watched
and the yonor men knew when be left bis
bakery, his route borne and whether or
nut be was likely to have money about
him. A young man named Reynolds, em
ployed at Falrchlld's Jewelry store, was
SELECTED BY THK CLUB
to be robbed as soon as it was known he
carried large sums of money aud valuables
home with him. Tbe time when be was to
bave been attacked was set and tbe division
of plunder arranged. Each member of tbe
gang bad bis part assigned him. But for
tbe arrest of the boys Coughlln Bro's'palnt
shoo on Main street would have been en
tered In a day or two. The safe was to be
opened, If tbe Ingenious plan of Williams
and his associates did not fall. These same
thieves entered tbe omoe of a billiard table
company In Stamford, a few days ago,
and, while tbe employes were at dinner,
removed the safe oomhinarlon. Tbey
brought It to this city and kept It for tbe
purpose of studying the me
chanism. Smith bad charge of
it an ! kept it secreted at bis residence.
u.u be got through be threw It In the
river. Besides burglary and highway rob
bery Smith and tbe others bad gone Into
tbe counterfeiting business. Dies and
molds were made by the gang, but tbe
necessary "finish" could not bo attained.
Tbe work turned out was not smooth
enough and the tools were thrown away.
There was more profit In robbing stores
and people on the street. One roblsery
planned was to bave occurred at Bears k
Devean's office on Fairfield avenue. Mr.
Beers' father sleeps in tbe ofloe and is well
along in years. Tbe plan was to call bim
to the door late st night, kn:k him down
and rob the safe. The young burglars
went about well armed, and when dis
covered In a store In New Haven recently,
SILF-COCKINO SIX 8IOOTERS.
They said new that had any one molested
them b -fore they bad time to escape tbey
would have added murder to tbe record
aaalastthem. Williams pleads guilty to
six burglaries, three ot them In this city,
and aeveral highway robberies. He
makes out an equally bad case for Robert
Buras, and John or Jsrrr Judge, aged 19
Young Hanford, Plumb and Fred 6mlth,
he says, were only concerned In soma of
the street robberies. Among otner places
robbed in this city by members of the otub
were the policy shops, from one of
which $353 was secured, besides several
Washinoton, Feb. V. The Chairman
laid before tbeSenate a communication from
the Secretary of War, transmitting an ab
straot of tbe mllllla forces.
The Texas Pacific aad Fitz John Porter
bills were reported from the House and re
ferred to appropriate committees.
Senator Wtlsea, was relieved from fur
ther service on Committee on Mines and
Mining: Dolph, from the committee on ad
ditional accommodation for Library of
Congress; Lapham, from service
as Chairman of the committee on
women's suffrage. This was done at tbe
request of the Senators.
Bills reported: By Coke were favorable
for committee on Indian affairs, to provide
for tha allotment of lands in severalty to
Indians on the various reservations. By
lngalls, favorably, from oommittee on In
dian affairs, to grant the right of way
through tbe Indian Territory to the South
em Kansas Railway.
Bills introduced were tbe following:
By Allison, to authorize the establishment
of a Branob Home for disabled soldiers ot
Colorado,. Kansas, Iowa, Missouri and
Washinoton, Feb 5. Mr. Belmont
offered a resolution, requesting the Presi
dent to communicate to tbe House Ifjnot to'
compatible with the public Interest, all
correspondence concerning the representa
tions made to tbe Government relating Jo
the existing tariff , descrimtnauon against
work of forelea artists, together with such
information on tbe subjeot as may be of
record In tbe Department of state. Adopt
ed. fEIvCBCClTISQ 191 TEXAS.
II la Hade a Penal Oatenee The Beatlb
Blew to Lawlessness and
Austin, Feb. 6. The Legislature passed
compromise bill which win restore peace
and protection to the people. Fenoe-out
ting li made a penitentiary offense; corpor
ations cannot la the future acquire large
tracts of land; unlawful enclosure ii t
highly penal offenie, and satisfaction. It
everywhere manifested. Each of the op
posing faotlons mad patriotic oonoesslem
and the law passed la worth at least 00,
000,000 to the internals of the Slate. The
Legislature adjourns sine die, and lawless
esa aad anarchy In Texas has by this mass
an reaeiYsu its neaia bmw.
Heavy lilanaond Einbeoaleanent.
ciiic-AQO FVb. 6. The facta about the
aapture of an embezzler of 130,000 worth of
diamonds in tbU olty have leaked out. The
arrest was made last Wednesday in a well
known block on tbe West side by Detec
tives Elliott and Wlloy, ot the Central
station force. The oaptured tbief is said to
be Leon Cronson, a traveling salesman for
tbe wholesale diamond brokers, Goldsmith
A Kuhu, of New York. The arrest was
partly brought about by
Detectives Heidelberg and Slev
vlo, of tbe New York dotective
force, coming here during the early part of
the wek In search of Cronson. They im
mediately went to dcteotive headquarters
and laid their oase before Lieut. Shea, who
In turn detailed Detectives Elliot
and Wiley to look after Crouton's where
about. After a good deal ot bard
work they found that he wan con
cealed on the West side, and soon ferreted
bim out and plaosd him under arrest. Ho
was locked up In the armory, and the de
tectives went In search of tbe misting dia
monds which Cronoon had embezzled.
They found about $11,003 worth all told,
and got on the track of the balanoe of the
10,000 worth, which tbey hope soon to
recover, as It is claimed they are
concealed In this city. The
diamonds recovered were turned over to
Detective Sluvln, and the latter started for
New York with bit prisoner and booty.
Tbe detectives are very uncommunicative
about tbe matter, as tbelr case is in suob a
shape that the; are unable to say anything
about it. From other sources, however,
the particulars ot Cronson 's downfall were
learned. He is a man of splendid
accomplishment, and speaks five or six
(Jiff rent languages fluently. He bad been in
the employ ot Goldsmith A Kuhn for
many years as a traveling sa'esmau, and
Implicit trust was placed in him by the
members of the firm. About Dec. 13 be
started wost with about $38,000 worth ot
diamonds, ahd before reaching G'hlc.130 he
sold $8,030 worth ot bis stock, foi warJiog
drafts for the amount he collected, and
receipts and bills for the rest. He reach
ed Chicago about Deo. 24, and
after that time nothing was beard
from him. It wax feared at first that he
bad been foully dealt with, but subsequent
developments showed that he was undoubt
edly an embezzler, and a warrant was pro
cured for his arrest. Cronson kept under
cover so cloiely that the offioers who were
after bim were unable to locate bim until
last week, when it was accidentally learned
that he was In Chicago. It
is claimed that tbe information
ot Cronson 's whereabouts was
given by a friend ot his, who betrayed bim
for io.OXi, but this storv Is denied by tbe
detectives. Tbe name of the "friend" has
been stated, but on acoount of tbe officers
denial ot his act It can not be used. Cron
son took kindly to bis arrest when tbe of
ficers captured Irini, and agreed to return
to New York without tbe formality of pro
curing reqahrttlon. Hi appears to regret
bis aotlen, and is ready to stand the conse
quences of it. He Is a single man, and
about 8o years of age, tall, dark and rather
handsome. It Is believed that a Chicago
cypflan is at the bottom ot bis downfall,
but on this point the detectives refuse to
PlTTSBURO, Pa., Feb. 6. Rain for the
past fourteen hours has bad tbe effect of
causing a rise ta the rivers at all points.
No serious apprehensions are felt by river
men here, though preparations are being
made to meet whatever may come.
Reports from Wsst Newton state that tbe
gorge at Yeugblegheny remains firm, but
a heavy volume of water is backing up be
hind and may foroe It out at any moment.
In this event great damage is feared. It is
reported that the trains on several railroads
are delayed on aoceuat of land slides on tbe
The Licking Is reported at Boston as
rising seven laches an hour, and It will
soon begin to run out more rapidly than
ever Inte the Ohio. At noon the Ohio was
rising an lash an hour, and there was
every prospect of this rate being increased.
People living along the river front have
already removed their goods from tbe cel
lars, and bow they are preparing to clear
the first floors.
Blood lor Blood.
Alton, III., Feb. 5.' Tbje news that Fe
lix Henry (not Newry) bad acknowledged
himself the murderer of Henry Ross and
Hesry De Pugh, has created great excite
ment In all this neighborhood. The coti
feasion has been made, and the county Juil
was deemed the best place for him in view
of the many threats that hat been made by
the friends of the murdered men. Negroes
from Rooky Fork have been arriving for
several houfS. There is a large crowd
around the Jail, and seme of tha wildest of
the men talk of marchlag te Edwardsville.
The offlceis are apprehensive of dancer,
and are nervously awaiting developments.
Henry does not look like the brutal, cold
blooded murderer he confesses himself to
be. fie is a handsome, well-dressed mu
latto ot small !f.iture.
A Fatal fall.
Cincinnati, Feb. 5. Maggie Morrissey,
aged 8 years, fill from upper porch, a
distance of 40 feet, to the pavement below
with fatal results. Her teeth were knock
e i out and her bones brokeu.
THK RIVER RISING).
Not a cellar below Seoond street from
Vine to Main but Is flooejbd, and Front
street busiuess bouses have removed their
goods. Tbe river Is rising 8 inches an
our, and stood at noon 62 feet iH tneboi.
Liwrencebura Ind,, is alarmed for its
npw levee. Sixty feet of water under the
Indiana span T the bridge at Jefferson
vil e, Ind., and seven feet more will put
out the gas works fires and leave the city
dark. All the upper Ohio tributaries are
rorly Thousand Itollar Eire.
Chicago, Feb. 5. Tbe loss by tbo de
struction at midnight of tbe Standard oil
warehouse at Englswood Is placed at forty
thousand; Insurance, iweoty-flve thou
sand dollars. Half a score of people were
burut while worklag to save tbe adjoining
property, none very seriously.
A Probable Suicide.
Cincinnati, Feb. 5. Peter Saville, aged
80, a plumber, was found dead In his bed.
From a letter to his brother found among
bis effects it Is thought to be a case ot
suicide. In the letter be bids bim good
bye an! sanouneei his Intention of ending
, Ntalesaent Dealed.
PlTTSBURO, Feb. 6. The statement
tbat General Manager King, of the PJtts
burg and Westera railroad, hu discovered
a defalcation la the aooeunts, and tbat thin
la causing a delay la tbe payment of esa
ployes, ia aatahaOcally (tealed by Mr.
BAKER PASHA'S DEFEAT
A Terrible Battle With Heavy Losses.
HIS Soldiers Foagtat Well, aad Caana
Oat ol ibe CoatlMl With
L. a Lees ol 8,0)00 Heat.
London, Feb. 5. Advices from Suaklm
report rumors to the effect that Baker
Pasha has been defeated aud has suffered
London, Feb, 5. Later dispatches, re
iterate previous reports tbat Baker Paba
met witb a serious defeat. Baker Pasba
bad with him 3,500 men. The losnes,
killed and wounded, will amount to 2.0OO
men. Baker, with the remnant of his force,
succeeded in reaching .Trinkitatt, where
the gun-boat Ranger is lying. Baker
Pasba Inteuds to proceed Immediately to
Souakim on the Rtuger.
k TELKORaM from baker.
Cairo, Feb. 6. -The Khedive has a tel.
gram from Biker Pasha reporting that bis
defeat was near Tekln. His losses were
2,000 men, four Krupp cannon, and two
gattiingguns. The Turks aud Europeans
fought well. Baker Pasba will return
st once to Souakim with the remainder of
THE QUEBN'S SPKECII.
London. Feb. 6. When Parliament re
assembled Charles Brodlaugh occupied a
backseat. The Queen's speeoh congra
tulates the faithful Commons upon tbe
satisfactory relations existing between
Great Britain and foreign nations. Tbe
Madagascar Incident has been arranged
cordially witb Vraooe. A commission has
been appointed and Is now setting at Paris
disousslog the regulations' for tbe New
foundland fUherlen, whioh Is hoped will be
conducted satisfactorily to both tbe United
Stales and Great Britain.
An agreement hu been made with Portu
gal respecting tbe interests of tbat country
and England in the Congo country. Ar
rangements are progressing favorably to
wards the resumption of diplomatic rela
tions with Mexico. Negotiations bave been
commenced for commercial treaties with
Turkey and Jspaa. Treaties witb Spam
and Cores have been signed. Uufoneen
calamities la Eypt prevented tbe evacua
tion ot that country by tbe British troops.
It is hoped that the difficulties existing
there will be speedily adjusted. It was
expected tbat the Transvaal negotiations
would soon reach a favorable conclusion.
The social condition of Ireland exhibited"
. Agrarian crime had sensibly diminished,
the law bad been every where upbeld.
Tbe estimates for services for the coming
year are in a forward state of preparation,
and will shortly be submitted.
Tbe following bills are recommended:
Early action by Parliament for the exten
sion of tbe franchise; reform in local Gov
ernment; new shipping measure, and Sun
day closing In Ireland.
The Times, commenting upon the action
ot Mr. Sargent, U. S. Minister to Berlin
iu presenting a oopy of the resolutions of
condolence for the death of Herr Lasker,
adopted by tbe American Congress to tbe
German Minister of Foreign Affairs with
tbe request that it be presented to the
Reichstag, predicts tha) It will aggravate
tbe Reichstag and lead to a stormy discus
sion. Iroa Blonotaln Land Grant,
WASHINOTON, Feb. 0. 10 IDS HOUSe,
Mr. Payson from the oommittee on public
lands, reported favorably with an amend
ment tbe Senate bill forfeiting tbe land
grant to the St. LouU and Iran Mountain
railroad. Tbe amendment Is quite an im
portant one, as It makes tbe bill much more
effective. Said Mr. Payson to a
correspondent: "Tbe bill, while
it looked very nloe, was very roughly
drawn, and was In such a shape that tbe
company could have kept the lands In ques
tion out of tbe market for years If It bad so
desired. The bill as passed by the Senate,
that the road shall after the passage of the
act notify tbe authorities of the acceptance
of tbe terms of tbls bill, and also notify
the Secretary of the Interior what lands,
if any, have been sold, and tbat after
these things have been done the lands may
be placed on the market. This wou d have
permitted tbe company to
keep the lands out of the market and de
feat the purpose of tbe bill for a long
time. Our amendment forfeits the lands
absolutely and makes the forfeiture take
effect at once. Tbe bill will pass tbe
House with little delay."
The Bllasourl Prese Aaaoclailon.
St. Louis, Feb. 5. Tbeexicti Ive com
mittee of the Missouri Press Association
met at the office of tbe American Journal
ist, No . S03 Chestuut street. There were
present Messrs. R. B. Speed, Nevada,
president; ' W. L. Thomas, St. Louis,
treasurer; John W. Jacks, secretary,
Montgomery; Capt. Jos. H. Turner, Ma
con; John Hannay, Versailles; R. M. E.
Cooper, Springfield; A. A. Lesueur, Lex
ington; John Mareos, Hamilton; J. II.
Kinley, Brunswick. Tbe object of tbe
meeting was to make the preliminary ar
rangement for the annual meeting to be
held in May next. Springfield, Mo., was
selected as the plaoe and several gentlemen
were invited to deliver addresses on tbe oc
casion. . . .
ttUHIBE AT SEA.
A Well-to-do New York Boeluess Man
An Affection ol Ibe Nervea.
New York, Feb. 6. Mr. Richard L.
Campbell, of No.4 East Third street, com
mitted suicide by strangling himself on tbe
steamer Brltaunla, at sometime between
Saturday afternoon and Suaday morning.
The officers woud give no loiormstion to
reporters. Mr. Csngpaell was born In
New . York tbirty-elght years
ago. He belonged to the firm ot
Campbell t, Smith, who have a large
paper warehouse at Nos. 110 and 112
Nassau street. Two years ago be was
married la Calvary Church to the only
daughter of Charles A.-Coles, a retired
merchant, reported to be worth $3,000,000.
On the 12th of October laat Mr. Coles
dropped dead it bis offlaeJ,109 Ftent street,
while convening witb his sea-la-law. a
large portion of hit estate went to Mrs.
Catopbell. tlji oapso of Mr. Coles' death
was cerebral apoplexy. The usual oori
oner's iiivesUgsUoo was made, aad U was
Tbls was attributed to the distressing clr
eumstanoes of the cue. Ia fact, Mr.
Campbell bad suffered for a leag time with
an afteotioa of tbe nerves, Frleads and phy.
Sloans advised him to relinquish business
cares tor a time and travel In Europe. At
first be did not look favorably upon the
plan, but finally yielded to It aad sailed lor
Liverpool two months sgo, Mrs. Campbell
being too 111 to accompany him, his sistsr,
Miss M. A. Campbell, was his companion.
Tha trip abroad did him little good appar
ently, and when be sailed for New York In
tbe Britannia he was sick In body and de
pressed lo spirits. Nothing waleh tbe af
fectionate care of Miss Campbell oould de
visa was able to dissipate the gloom from
bis mind. Last Saturday he was even
UORI THAN ORDINAtlLY MBLANCMOt.y ,
and early in tbe afternoon retired to his
stateroom. During the evening be did not
show himself to his fellow passengers, and
when be did not appear at tbe breakfast ta
ble on Sunday morning his sister became
alarmed. She tapped npen the state-room
door, but received no response. Than shs
called "Riohard," several times, but still
all was silent In tbe room. By this tliiie
the lady became thoroughly frightened and
tried tbe door. It was locked. She went
to Captain Perry and told hlra that she
fisred that something bad happened to her
brother. Tbe commander ordered the door
lo be forced open. Wheat It swung upon
its binges a horrible slpht met the eyes of
tbe little group In she gangway. Mr.
Capmbell hung from the towel roller at tbe
head of bis berth. He was partially dressed.
A shawl strap was passed twice about
his neck, and buckled to the roller. The
body bung with the feet Just toucblag tbe
floor. It was immediately out down, and
efforts were made to restore life, but they
failed. Death followed from strangulation for
tbe neck was not broken. There wss a
gash in the toichead where It bad come in
contact with the woodwork. When tbe
ship reached her wharf, pier 62 North
river, Capt. Perry sent word of the sad
i vent to Coroner Martin aad Mr. Smith,
tbe partner of the deceased. Adair and
A Id red of 339 Fourth avenue were granted
n permit for the removal of tbe Imdy to 4
East Th hi y -fourth street. Mrs, Campbell
was completely prostrated by tbe awful
uews, She was still lu mourning for ber
father and bad scarcely recovered from tbe
shock of his sudden death. Sin has been
staying with relatives during Mr. Camp,
bell's atisense. Two weeks ago she gave
birth to twins.
A BKVERNED DE ISIOA.
Tbe Motion Waa lo Discharge the Ball
ol Oeorsjo CoaktllntT, Jr.
New York, Feb. 5. A deolslea was
rendered in tbe Court of General Sessions
ou a motion to discharge the bail of George
W. Conkliug, Jr., of Reno, Nev., who, ou
March 19, fatally shot Wilbur H. Haver
stock, who had betrayed Conkling's mar
ried xisier, Mrs. Hannah R. VhWr. Ths
nhootlBt; took place in the fiat No. 841 Wsst
Twenty-third street. Mrs. TJblar
was the wife of J. Clemehoe
Ubler, a Itrok.r of St. IT Broad
street. Ilaverstook was at one time air.
Uhler's partner, and did buslueas in the
latter's eat at the American Mining Ex
change. While oocupylng these olose bus
iness relations Haverstoek met Mrs. Uhler
In Brooklyn and alienated her affeettnni.
Two years before the shooting tfbltr
charged his wife with Infidelity and drove
her from tbe house. She, it is said, was
glad to be free from him ahd ber two chfj
dren, and went to live with Haverstooi,
who furnixhed a flat la a luxurious manasr
for her. Tbe partnership had loaf Jfcefore
beej dissolved. Mutual suits for divorce
were brought, and CeakHag oas&e
from the West to reooaotie
bis sister and ber husband. She
promised to quit Haversteck, aad an the
night of March 19 Coakllog called alter
flat to claim a fulfillment ef the prosaist,
Ilaverstook met him at ths door, ai
though the worn in begged her brother
take ber, Havcrstook refused to allow her
to go. A quarrel ensued aal CoaWlaj
snot nis sister's oeirayer iQieuga tae ao
domen and then save blsasell up te the po
lice. An iiiventuuiioo was made by
Coroner, and the Jury soaultlea O
on tbe ground of self-defense.
Indicted, however, by the Grand fury,
but was admitted to bail psadttg trial.
He left the olty with his sister, bd thiy
are now stopping at Reno with their par
WHEAT-February $1 06 ; March
$1 07 X; April $1 10; May $1 iH June
fl 13 X.
Corn February 61V; M&roa 62V;
April t3X; May tidV.
OATS-Fcbruary 87 X; MarohaOK; April
41X;.May 42 b.
Cattle Rooeipts 8,600; steady,
exports W 25O7 00; good to choice
$5 90 6 60; common to fair W 005 SO.
Hood Receipts 17,000; opened steadier.
10015c hiirhcr; light W 90O6 60; rough pack
ing W006 65; heavy packing and
Shipping $6 607 00.
Wheat February 92; Maroh 9iX
May June $1 00 S'; April Wi.
Corn February 52; Maroh 58 X;
May 58; June 58 ; July 60V.
OATS-February 32 X; Maroh 82V; Mar
87V; April 33V.
FOKK-February $17 32V; March $17 82;
May $17 62 V.
Lard February 9.65; March 9.66;
WHEAT-February $1 08 V; Mareh
$1 05vra.'s; May $1 08 X to 1 08V
June $1 06 V b.; year 97 V b.
April $1 06V b.
CORN-February 49V; March 49X;
May 62Vto629K, closing at 62V.
Oars-February 83V b; March 84 b.;
April 35 b; May 86V86V to 86V.
Cattle Receipts 974 head; market
continues to rule steady for medrim ail
common, whtlo good is firm ana ;a shade
IIooH-Receipt 8,558 head; market firm
and higher; good heavy packing $9 65 to
(6 76. mixed packing $6 4tV39 60; light
18 15(86 85.
Wheat arrived quiet; eon
easier, Wheat to arrive ratter
and depressed; oorn to aNW
Mark Lane Wheat 4U eif ao flri
Country tnarkeu quiet. Spot et aAst
with a fair demand. No. I Mrtag Hit
Westera winter 8s 24. Mffst Wsetara
oorn easier at 6s SVd. Psraand msa
wsHsvts sfciBuow iss vessel
f wmoal aM earn.
A happy surprise it was to Mr. A. R.
Norton, ot Bristol, conn., when Araxomoaos
put mm on ma leet, and Bent him cheerfully
about his business. Let him tell hla own story :
"About three weeka ago I was taken
with a severe crick in the beck. For roar dare
I wis unaUe to turn In bed without help, and
when lifted up oould not stand on mj feetl wee
Induced to try AmLOPBoaos, after all tbe usual
remedlee failed. In K minutes aiter taklne- the
first dose I oould bear my weight upon mj test.
In two days I was able to get about and attend
to budneee. in two other eeaee which hare
come to my knowledge Its use baa been attended
with the same results. "
A poor man in Philadelphia had to bor
row a dollar to buy a bottle ot ATHLoraoaoa.
On account of bis poverty bis name shall remain
a secret, lie had suffered terribly from Rheu
matism, lie gratefully writes:
" I took my first dose Tuesday afternoon,
and on Wednesday, after but seven doses, I bad
not a sharp or eevere ache left. Then I reduced
the doee one-half and took the remainder of tbe
botUe. I waa ahle to be steady at work till Sat
urday, when I took a severe cold and was un
able to use my left hand. I purchased another
bottle and by bed time I found relief. The
medicine la all you claim for it."
Investigate ATHLoraoRosall you please!
Find all the fault you choose with it I and
yet the fact remains, that it ia doing what
so other medicine ever oould do for Rheu
matism and Neuralgia.
If you cannot get Athlofhokos of your i!mc
glst, we will send It express paid, on recci,it of
regular price one dollar per bottle. We prefer
that you buy it from your druggist, but If be
hasn't It, do not be persuaded to try something
else, but order at once from us as directed. -
ITHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WILL ST.. NEW TORI.
The Emperor Louis Napoleon smoked
only the finest dtrera the world oould pro
duce. Prof. Horaford says the Emperor's
djtsrs were made specially for bim In Ha
vana from lnai tobacco grown in the Golden
Belt of North Carolina, this being the finest
leaf grown. Black well's Bull Durham
Smoking Tobacco Is made from the same
leaf used In the Emperor's cigars, it abso
lutely pure and Is unquestionably the beet
tobacco ever offered.
Thackeray's gifted daughter, Anne, la
her sketch of Alfred Tennyson, in Harpm't
Monthly, tells of her visit to the treat poet
She found him smoking Blackwell's Bull
Durham Tobacco, sent him by Hon, James
Russell Lowell, American Minister to the
Court of 8t James.
In these days of adulteration, it Is acorn
fort to smokers to knou that the Bull Dur
ham brand te absolutely pure, and made
from tbe beet tobacco the world produces.
Blackwell's Bull Durham 8moking To
bacco la the ess) and purest made. All
dealers have It None rename without
the trade-mark of the BulL
XI. E. INCE,
-Manufacturer and Dealer rn
8th Street, between Com'l Ave. aad Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMPNITION.
Cafes Resalred. All Kinds ol Keys Made.
MS. a. smith.
isbsbt a. surra.
Grand Central Store.
CIKO. - - II.3L.
The Regnlar Cairo & Padncah Daily
Str. GUS FOWLER.
1TENRY K. TAYLOR, Master.
UEOBQB JOBKo, Clerk.
Leaves Padncah for Cairo rinllv fHtinrteva art.
ed)at 8 a. in., and Mound City at lp. m. Return
ing, leaves Cairo at i p.m. ; Moumf Cltj at 5 p.m.
Nashville, Padncah A Cairo U. 8. Mail
For Padncah, Smlthlasfl, Dyorsborv, fddrvllle.
v""i viBneviiie ana nasavuie,
B. S. BHEA.
Leaves every Monday morning at 10 o'clock a.m.
W. H. CHERRY.
WM. 8TRONO , Mister,
riLIX URA8TY....,. ..UHM..Clerk.
Leaves every Fr'day morning at 10 o'clock-, aaa
IngclO'S connections at Nashville with the L. at
N. K. H. and N. AC. K R for sll porata eoath.
with the Upper Cumberland Packet Co., for all
potato forjthe Upper Cumberland. For freifkt Of
gaesaee, apply es aeata e te W.f . Loaasdm,
J5 6 CS 05
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