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THE DAILY CAIRO BITI I .RTIAT
CAIRO, 1LLIN0I8, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13. 1884 ' tm
Impurity of the
Blood, Fever and
and all Diseases
caused by De
rangement of Liter, BoweU and Kidneys.
YMPT0M8 OF A DISEASED LITER.
Bad Breath ; Pain In the bide, sometimes th
pais ia fell under the Shoulder-blade, miitaken for
Rheumatism ; general lots of appetite ; Bowels
generally costive, sometime alternating with lax
the head is troubled with pain, it dull and hear,
with considerable lost of memory, accompanied
with s painful sensation of leaving undone something
which ought to have been done; a slight, dry cough
and lushed face is sometimes an attendant, often
mistaken for consumption; the patient complaint
of weariness and debility ; nervous, easily startled;
feet cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation
of the skin exists; spirits are low and despondent,
and, although satisfied that exercise would be bene
axial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try h in (act, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet
. examination after death hat shown the Liver to
a , kavs been extensively deranged.
It should b tued by all persons, old aad
, young, whenever any of the above
" Persons Traveling or Living la Un
healthy Localities, by taking a duse occasion
ally to keep the Liver in healthy action, will svoid
; aB Malaria. Bilious attacks, Dimness, Nau
sea, Drowsiness. Depression of Spirits, etc. It
ill Invigorate like a glass of wine, but Is no la
If Ton have eaten anything hard of
digestion, or (eel heavy after meals, or sleep
lees tt eight, take a dose and you will ba relieved,
Time and Doctors' Bills will be saved
by always keening the Regulator
In the House!
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
eats purgative, alterative and tonio can
never oe out of place. The remedy is harmlnsa
and does not Interfere with buslneaa or
IT I PURELY VEGETABLE,
And hat all the power and efficacy of Calomel or
Quinine, 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 is a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J. Gill Shostek, Governor of Ala.
Bon. Alexander II. Ntriihens, of Ga.,
says ; Have derived some bene ill from the use of
Simmons Liver Regulator, and wish to give it a
"The only Thing that never falls to
Believe." I have used many remedies for Dys
pepsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never
have found anything to benefit me to the extent
Stanton Liver Regulator hat. 1 sent from Min
nesota to Georgia for it, and would send further foe
such a medicine, sod would advise all who arc sim
ilarly affected to give it a trul as it teems the only
. thing that never tails to relieve.
P. M. JaMNST, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. TV. Mason aayst From actual ex
primes la the use of Simmons Liver Regulator in
say practice I have been and am satisfied to use
and prescribe it as a purgative medicine,
f&Taka only ths Gennlne, which always
has on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. II. ZEILIN A CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
One Night Only.
THURSDAY, FEB'Y 14.
From Daly'a Theatre, New York,
U Mr. Daly's most Isogbable comedy la four acts,
Casting the Boomerang
Welch wsj acted for fonr months at Daly's New
:prenented here with every attention
- Reserved teaU at Bader's. Popular priest: 25,
0 and It cents. Mo extra charge far reserved
W. BTRATTON. Cairo. T. BIRD. Missouri.
STRATTON $ BIBD,
No. W Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
tyigtaU American Powder Co.
Boot & Shoe
Jo. ?q Coin1 lye., Bet- 8th & 6th St.,
Jusf received a fall .ns of
FALL and WINTER GOODS
Waleh as will tell at ths lowest bottom prices. It
a arises the best or bt. louib hand maps
of BOSTON MANUFACTURES, LADIES'
4 CHILDREN'S BHOKS, and OBNT8' RUB
MR BOOTS and SHOIb.
JVWe also make to order anything In oar tin
W "est Btateriai ana weraasaatnip.
Unf L1! TlMO 1 VT nnrnnti i ' 1 i
Rivers Rising and Rain Pouring
Down in Torrents.
lately Buildings Grumbling to Their
Foundations, Unable to Resist
the Foroe of the Hugh
ing Waters. .
Vat) llltuatloa at Newport, Cincinnati,
Pomeroy and Many Other Plaoes
Dangerous to Life as wall
as Property Work
V- of Ballet
THE WORST FEAKKD.
Cikcinnati, Feb. 18. -Tbe sun was
tktatng this morning for the Brut time since
ths flood began. It was al roust spring
like la lbs temperature, These facts gave
Some encouragement, but since noon tbe
tky Is again overcast and tbero It fear of
more rain. Tbe water at 1 o'clock p. m.
wu 68 feet 3X Inches, lacking but bait au
inch of bulug two feet higher tban last year.
Tbe Increased velootty of the current on
Second and Front streets cuts off a num
ber of boats that have been, plying be
tween tbe water's edge and tbe tinpsnslon
bridge. This cuts Covington off from
Cioelnnail, and materially Increase! tbe
discomfort of the situation.
The eondttion of thlugt
AT NEWPORT, IV.,
Is growing still more frightful. Tue worst
fears about tbo darasjje to foundations are
being realized. To-day a fine residence,
built last year at a cost of $10, 0, topped
over and li a oomp'ete mass of ruins. For
tunately tbe family bad removed before the
crash. Many more buildings are in dan
ger, ami It Is feared that this afternoon and
to-night may bring a oalamlty of the worst
nature. Man; people In houses are unable
to ret away and must be lost if tbe houses
The relief oommlttee is secelvlng more
liberal contributions to-day. Mr. Dueber,
who appealed to tbe Jewelers of tbe eountry
yesterday, bas already reoeived $900 from
Chicago. He Is erecting a temporary shel
ter on the high grounds, and after tbe
flood will give the lumber to the homeless
for rebuilding tbelr bouses. Mrs. Dueber,
who bat been feeding fifty children at her
home, to-day increased tbe number to one
hundred. lo Clnclsnatl there it a marked
Impetus to the relief eubcrlptloos. The
city has takon tbe proud position of refus
lag help from abroad.
A DIME SUBSCRIPTION.
The Times-Star has started a popular
dime subscription, healing the Met with
$200. A ooiitider Ale sum bat already been
TROUBLED MAIL CARRIERS.
The troubles of tbe postofflce and mall
oairlert Increase All through the north
ern, eastern and northwestern part of tbe
etty the mailt mutt be carried by wagon,
and to Chetter Park by way of Clifton,
dlreotly northward from the city, a die
tanoe of aeven miles.
8 p. M.
Cincinnati, O., Feb. 12. River 63 feet
6 Inches. Clearing.
Times-Star, Butler, Ey., ipeclal re
port the Licking river at riling two Inohea
an hour, and the weather oioudy and
Jeffbrsokville, Ind., Feb. 13. About
aloe thousand people here have been com
pelted to move to the second stories of their
Oalufolis, O., Feb. 13. Tbe river it
falling slowly. Four relief boats have been
tnt to Pomeroy, where ten thousand peo
ple are camping on the hilltops, and many
suffering from hunger.
Shawkebtow. HI., Feb. It. The
river Is rising half an tnoh an hour, and
now has lets than two feet of levee to pre
vent its breaking in on tbe town. Three
hundred men have been beroioally working
on tbe levee, but there is now small hope of
escaping an inuudation. All trains are
stopped by back water.
Fbedericktown, Mo,, Feb. 12. Tbe
oontlnued heavy rains have start ed the
little creeks and rivers a-boomlng.
doing great damage to wheat fields and
Taxdalia, III., Feb. 12 Tbe Okaw
river is on another tear, and tbe entire
Okaw bottom ia Inundated. People living
la the lew-lying distrlot are vacating their
homes. Farmers along the river will be
heavy lossrs. Hundreds of rods of fencing.
bridges, etc., have been swept away and
muoh live stook has perished. Tbe water
it about to break over the National road, a
mile and a half eastj to prevent this labor
art baya been sent out to cast up dykes on
the danger side.
At Utile Rock, ark.
Littlb ROCK, Ark., Feb. 13. -The
Arkansas river Is rising rapidly here.
Heavy rains in tbe valley above; rise of
SO Inches since Sunday night; raplly rlelug
alto atOaark; wires down beyond that
polnt no dangerous prospeot as yet.
HO TRAINS FOR NEW ORLBAN8.
The tituation of the Iron Mountain at
Bird's point and Belmont reached the crl
tit tblt morning and all New Orleans trains
are abandoned. Local trains between Pop:
Ur Bluff and Blamark will oontlnue run
alng, but nothing east or south of Charles
ton will be moved. Every train on the
main line to Texas will be run as usual
The Teias and St. Louis has discontinued
Motiving freight, and the Cairo and St
Louis Is swamped on tbe southern end. Its
business Is being cared for by tbe Cairo
Short Line. An Influx of water at this
point it looked for to-night.
Cincinnati. Feb. 11. -The river at 10
o'olook this morning had reaohed 68 feet
IK Inches. It eontinues to rise an tnou ao
hour. The news from all points Is not to
muoh at to the number of bontes sub
merged at It It of tbe number being moved
from tbetr foundations or overturned
Walla thoroughly toaked are orumbllng
uader the terrible strain put upon them by
the rushing ourrents. The river at Mays
rills it SM feet above last year't flood. At
Qatllbollt it has fallen four Inches between
1 aad W this morumg.
Bridge Washed Away.
LlTTLB Rook, Feb. 18. The Little Rock
ana rert Bmitn ranrota image oyer me
bayou this side af Oaark hat beta wathad
away by the flood, and ant-fourth of
Bile Is covered by water by a ledge of rook
Ivlig away. A portion of the traok was
carried into tbe river. A Heady rain fell
all night and tblt morning. The Arkantat
irking rapidly end It is believed that tbe
water will be higher bare than for several
IU amended by Hla Creditor.
t)T. Louis, Mo., Feb. IS. The follow
ing translation from the Tribune, the pop
alar Gorman daily, whose phenomenal
rrowtb is tbe best evidence ef Its close sym
pathy with the pubilo heart en live ittues,
fairly Indicates tbe estimation in wbiob tbe
present unacoountable incumbent of tbe
St. Louis Postofflce Is held by tbe Germans
of this city.
A meeting of tbe creditors of Sam. Hays
took place last Thursday in the library of
President Arthur. The whole crowd from
St. Louis who came to reoommend Sam.
Hays for reappointment were all creditors
of Sara. Hays.
Chicago, Feb, 13. A special from New
Orleans says the steamer W. P. Halllday
burnt to tbe water's edge tblt morning.
Private watchman Brown was fatally
burned. Loss one bundred thousand dol
lars. No Mora Lottery Tickets.
ChicaGO. Feb. 12. Tbe event of tbe
Louisiana State Lottery aonounoes that, in
i view of his prosecution In the Slate and
'ederal Courts, he will no longer attempt
st tickets In Illinois.
Porter, of N. Y., Introduced a bill to
fund tbe bonded debt of tbe United States
at 2 percent.; to reduoe taxation on cir
culating rates of national banks from one-
half to one-fourth per oent., and to apply
tbe surplus of national revenue to the pay
ment of the national debt referred.
Stewart, of Vermont introduoed a reso
lution whiuh was adopted dtreotlng the
oommlttee on expenditures of tbe Depart
ment of Justice to Inquire Into the manner
In whicb tne star route prosecution have
oeen and aie conducted; into the conduot
and efficiency and good faith of parties act
ing for tue Government aad whether there
are guilty parties who have not been prose
Washington, Feb. 12. The House
Committee on Commerce are voting on
several propositions designed to test the
sense of the members upon tbe general
question respeotlng tbe advisability of
providing by Congressional legislation
for tbe regulation of Inter-State
Commerce. It was deolded by
vote of Is to 1 that there ought
to be remedlsl legislation of some kind.
Mr. O'Neill, of Pennsylvania, casting the
negative vote. Upon the proposition to
deal with the matter by a commission, there
were 9 amrinaUve and 6 negative votes, as
follows: leas: Seymour, Woodward,
Barksdale, Davis of Illinois, O'Xeill of
Pennsylvania, Wndsworth, Long, Stewart
and PeUri. Nays: Rgan, Clardy,
Turner of Kutuck, Olassoook, Dunn an J
Bnyle. Upon tbe proposition to extend
such legislation to the waterways, tbe
vote was: leas, 2, Boyle aud O'Jfelll:
Washington, Feb. 12. All the Minne
sota members of Congress have now united
In tbe support of Oen. Sanborn, of St.
Paul, as a candidate for McCreary't place,
and petitions asking bis appointment have
been filed at tbe White House. The Indi
cations however, are that tills movement
will not have a material effeot upon the re
sult, Sandborn having bad no Judicial ex
perience, be merely being a good lawyer.
Tbe belief Is expressed here that either
Wagner or Hallett is likely to get the plaoe,
tbey each hiving a standing and Judicial
experiences which entitles them to high
er consideration tban most of the other can
didates. Investigating; the fctoatbern Riots.
Washington. Feb. IS. The oommlt
tee charged with tbe investigation of the
alleged political murders in Caplah ooun
ty, Miss., left tor New Orleans, where
the testimony will he taken. Representa
tives of several of tbe leading newspapers
accompanied tbecommlttee. In comment
ing upon the necessity of arrangement, the
National Republican of this morning, re
ferring to previous associated press re
ports, says much satisfaction Is expressed
that representatives from Northern papers
be present to telegraph the prooeedlngs of
the committee will as In the past,
It has been dearly demon
strated that local agents tor tbe press asso
ciation had boen too thoroughly saturated
by local prejudice to tend anything but
garbled and distorted reports of the com
mittee's work. The sub-ooinrolttee
charged with the Investigation of the Dan
ville riot expect to begin work at Wash
ington to-morrow. It Is probable that tbe
oommlttee will be ootnyelled to visit Vir
ginia before the work Is completed.
Democrailo National Convention.
Washington, Feb. 12. Cel. J. O.
Prather, of St. Louis, member of tbe
National Democratic Committee from Mis
souri, is here looking after the Democratic
Convention for St. Louis. He said to-day
that all information so far was favorable to
St. Louis, yet Cbioago had put up a great
amount of money, and would spare no
effort to get the convention. If St. Louis
doesn't gel tbo convention Ctloago will, he
ssys. Cincinnati was not talked of. He
thought the convention would he oalled for
tbe latter part of May. He said, when
asked who was the oomlng man for Presi
dent, that he thought ho would be a West
era man, and that Morrison of Illinois Is
Virginia Elections latveeUsratlon.
Washington, Feb. 12. It baa been de
cided to postpone the commencement of the
Virginia Investigation by Senator Sherman 't
tub-committee untl Tburtday. Subpoenas
bave been issued for twenty-four wltnetset
'.o appear In Washington on that date, and
n officer hat gone to Danville to tervo
TneHet Bering Frauds.
Waihinoton, Feb. 11. The House re
considered Its aotlen lo refusing t send an
investigating committee to Hot Spring.
Mr. Rogers urged the appointment of a
tpeolal committee to make the Investiga
tion, and a resolution looking to that end
New'a liar gain.
Washington, Feb. 13. It it ttated
here on authority, that John 0. New, who
it managing tbe Logaa boom resigned from
the Treasury Department with the under
standing that he shall ba Seoretary of the
Treasury in case af Leg an 's election.
Waihinoton, Feb. 12. The Llfe-8av-Ing
Service hat received a report that the
river it ttlll rising at Louitvillt and ntuob
apprehentlon it felt. Tbe life-caving
rows have bean working day and night.
A turlboat erew ton the iUevslaud itattea
lor Covington, .
WITH A RAZOR.
Tbos. Eellj Ushers Himtslf Into An
Hla Wile's Graphic Blory ef tbe Molelda
Her Birugglec to Prevent
the Moody Deed.
St. Louis. Feb. 12. -Thomas Kelly,
milling with hi. wife and family at No.
1588 North Eighteenth street, committed
suicide in the presence of bis wife, whose
efforts to prev nt the rasb deed provud
futile. The suicide has been commoted
with the St. Louis llrldge oompauy for a
number of years in capacities which led to
bis becoming well known to tbe traveling
publlo, who will hear of his traglo end with
rejrret. The story of bis terrible dath can
best be told In the words of bis wife as she
narrated it to a reporter. She laid:
HKRNIA AND TNDIOaSTION.
"My husband has been for two yean
troubled with indigestion which oaused
him great annoyance. Ruoently he became
effected with hernia, and, as be was very
proud of bU physical strength, these tilings,
combined bad a very depressing effect upon
btm. He was under tbe cure of Dr.
Thomas O'Reilly, who gave him great re
lief and assured him be would pull through
all right, but my husband seemed to think
otherwise and often, of late, told me that
be intended to tako bis life. I have watched
blm closely on this aooouot. Some
nights before going to bed be
would kiss me, and tbe two
girls and the boys, and then I would stay
up all night watching him. Last night,
however, I had no misgivings. He had
goue out during the day and returned in
good spirits. During the evening he was
quite joyful aud this change In his
demeanor made us all happy. At 4 o'clock
this morning I woke up aud found Thomas
standing In the room fully dressed. I ask
ed blm what he had dressed for, and he
told ma that he bad got up to cover tbe
children and attend to the fire. He was a
very g od man in that way, but I felt that
there was some other reason for bis rising
and dressing ut thai early hour. I asked
blm to come back to bed, and be finally
consented ami undressed hlmtelf. He was
all ready to come back to bed when I saw
blm go to bis pantaloons and, take some
thing out of one of the pockets. I Jumped
from tbe bed and sddi 'What Is that,
Thomas?" In a moment I saw
THB FLAIH OF A BLADK
as bis hand was lifted towards his neck.
He moved quickly over to the bureau and
ttood opposite the mirror. I flung my
arms around his neck and clutohad at his
wrlsU. He was stronger than I, however,
and I saw hi n draw the blade of his raior
aoross bis throat. I grabbed for the weap
on and another struggle followed, In which
my right hand was severely out. He re
tained tbe razor and drew It again across
his throat. I tried again to get tbe raior
from him. His hold erew weaker, and at
his band relaxed and I gained possession of
it, be sank to tbe Boor, Um blood pouring
from his throat. I rusbed to tbe window
and gave tbe alarm. The neighbor opened
their windows aud looked out, but refused
to come to my atslstanoe. It was fully half
an hour before a doctor was brought, and
by tbat time my husband was breathing hit
OEN. GRAST RECOVERING.
He Will he Oni Again as Moon as ike
Weather la faverablei
Niw York, Feb. 13. Tbe report was
circulated Monday tbat though Oen. Grant
bad nearly reoovered from the effect ef bis
recent Injuries, yet new and serious com
plications had been discovered that im
paired the ex-President's ohanoet of ulti
mate recovery, These reports wsre
emphatically denied by the General's
friends. His son, Col. F. D. Grant, said
tbat bs father was much better, and tbat
though not yet out be bad nearly reoovered.
He denied tbat any new complication bad
The Bt. Louis PostolBee.
St. Louis, Feb. 13. Tbe whisky ring
and Silk Stocking outfit, Inoladlng tbe
creditors of Sam Hays of bar, ohurch and
state were represented at the White House
last week, aud left confident tbat they had
made a postmaster for St. Louis. Great
was their disappointment, as tbe Repub
lican this morning represent, to discover
tbat tbey bad not done to. Van Horn It
represented as running around the post
office department, frantic at the significant
overturning of the well-laid loheme.
Hitoboock's lengthy speech, as well as
Stanard's, District Attorney Bliss' and
Preacher Snyder's, goes for naught.
Houser, who lias given his support to both
Wells and Flsbbaok, and Is on both of
their papers to beat Fllley, wu advised by
Mrs. MoKee that his support of Flshbaok
or any one engaged in tbe support of tbe
prosecution of tbe whisky ring frauds
would not be tolerated.
Hon. Jas. H. MoLean was at tbo White
House on Thursday and on Saturday, and
as tbe postofflce Is in hit district, he can
probably give the Inside situation of the
postolBua mnddle better than any one else.
It Is pretty oertam that he does not propose
that Van Horn, or any other oitiien shall
interfere in his distrlot over his head. If
there hat been any one oourtety that the
President has himself made an Invariable
custom, it is that the Congressman ef the
district shall be consulted before
making appointments. There It no proba
bility of an appointment upon therecommen
datioo of Van Horn, Henderson,
Hitchcock, Bliss and others. Geo. Bain,
like the others, Is too much mixed np with
the Silk Stocking movement. Ha presided
at tbe first Silk Stocking meeting and by bit
unfair ruling created great dlssatltfaotlon.
Then he la too olosely allied to ths O-D
orowd, and altogether too bitter and pro
nounced an Antl-Fllley man to receive
soy consideration ia these days of Joint ae
tion and harmony. It may be considered
settled tbat neither Weill, Fishhook,
Rogers or Patrick will be appointed.
New York, Feb. ll.-At algbt-thlrty
'clock tblt morning a startling tragedy was
snaoted on the platform of ths 09th ttrtet
station of the filevated railroad. A wo
man, unknown, mads a marderous assault '
aa a man named Viator Oraftoa Andre,
shooting hist in the thigh. Thinking ibe
bad killed him the thea put the plttol to
btr own temple and Mew bar bratot out,
falling dead an the spot. The sbootlngoc
rarred while aba, wltb stbor paasaagert,
wert waiting for a train, aad created, great
txeltemeat. The police took tba mag to.
Ihe Presbyterian hospital and the body of
Ibe woman to tbe 09th etrcet ttsllon, where
It awatlt IdeetiBeatloa. Jto axplanetloa l
fetal band. '
1 I 1 1 1 11 " i
A Fatal ralL
PiTTSBOia, Feb. ll.A acriovu acci
dent eoourred at tba Isabella Ulass went,
by wblcb a man aaansd Douglass was In.
stantly killed by a fall from a scaffold te tba
ground sixty feet belew. A portion of tbe
brick wall wat alto dlilodged and fall on
two other men below, terlouely lajurlag
Minister Hnnl III.
WaarrrvriTOM. Fab. It. a. dlsrjatah re
ceived from Ensign Hunt, at St. retort
burg, states tbst Minister Hunt, hla fath
er, Is seriously, but not dangerously 111.
Paper Hill Burned.
Pemsinoiok, Vt., Feb. 13. Ths Itark
Paper Mill on the State line wat buraed.
Loss $40,000; Imuran oe, f9,900.
BAD NKWS OONf IRMID.
Cairo. Feb. 13. There It no longer any
doubt as te tbe fate of the Garrison at Sin
kat. The Government reoeived an official
dispatch confirming the Central News
despatch February 0. It states tbatTewfk
Bey and his followers are beoomlag des
perate at tbe situation at Slakat aad at
tempted to cut their way through U
Suakem. They were turrounded by the
rebelt and massacred.
It is believed that tba meissnger wha ar
rived at Suakemon February, itb with In
formation tbat the garrison at Stake! wat
still holding out, although subalatlag on
foliage and bearing an appeal for help was
an emralssary of Mahdl, and wat sent wltb
the object of drawing a portion ef tba
troopsj at Suaklm out from the preteotloa
of the gunboats to a polat where a large
force of rebels would fall upon them and
oapture or massaoree them.
A'dlsputch te the Government sayt, the
garrison at Slnkat were spared and art bow
held aa prisoners. Sbelklbrablm fali te itate
what has become of one thousand women
and obildren being preteoted by the garri
son. Tbe confirmation of ths press report as to
the daughter of the garrison at 8takat has
determined the Govurnment upon taking
immediate tlepi towards relieving tha
garrison at Tokar before a similar fata be
falls them. For tblt purpote infantry and
cavalry with mounted gum and camels
now doing garrison duty at Sues, h aa bean
ordered to Suaklm, where the aipedltloa
is being fitted out with all basta for tha re
llei of Tokar. -
London, Fob. 13. The uewa of ths fall
of Slnkat, which has reached fleaklm, wat
brought by a friendly Arab ohlef. The
garrison made a lortte, and tor a long time
successfully repulsed tha rebel attaokt,
but at last he attacking toroet gatned the
advantage, and completely dettroytd the
garrison, rxoept a few who were made
prlsonors. Tbe fate of the women aad
obildren la unknown. The streets of Soa
klra present a heart-rending appearanoe,
being thronged with women whose weep
ing and walling give unmistakable cvldenoe
of their distress and forebodings.
London, Feb.. 13. Further advices oi
tbe fall of Sinkat state that Tewflt Bey,
preferring death to surrender, blow up the
fortifications, spiked the guns and mad I
sortie. His six bundred men wars all
6KVKN MEN OS" WAR
belonging to the channel squadron have
been ordered to Egyptian watart.
DIRECT INTBRVKRBNCI UR91D
London, Feb. 13. A number ef tba
Liberal members of tha House of Commons
bave petitioned tbe govcramaat, arglaf
a more direct interference la tba affaHrt la
A KIW SOOIAIUT PAPER. -
St. PjcteRsBURG, Feb. li. Tbt
StudRituvo, a Socialist paper, bat oeeted
to appear, ltt plaoe bat baea taiaa by I
paper clled Free Speech, which pro
claims a Mill more extensive aad radical
Dublin, Feb. 13. Tbe dead body at a
farmer named Curtis wat found on the
highway near tbe town of New Bolt, hav
ing been itabbed to death.
Rome, Feb. 13. The Pope has tarn
moned tbe French bishops to Rome to nob
ler upon measure! te aroute the Cataoiw
spirit in Franoe, and counteract tha anil
Wheat February fl 06M; Maroh
1 09 X; April (1 1SY; May fl 14 ;
June $1 16.
CouN-February 63 V; Maiah iSH;
May WH ; April MX
Cattle Reoelpts 8,800 weak,
exports $J3&faT00; good to aehotoe
$0 80(30 26; common to fair 5 00(9
Hoos -RecelpU 17,000; opened aotlve.
lo925 hlerer; light $8 86(87 001 roagb pack
ing $0 5307 00; heavy packing aad
shipping $7 007 60.
Wheat February 8JX; Maroh MX;
May $1 03 ; June $1 04; April SIX.
Corn February 64; March C4t;
Mav 69 X; Juue S9X( April 64 X.
OAT-February 83X; March MX; Mar
87X; April 88 X
$11 M Mareh
9.87X; March .!
$18 00; May 18 85.
Wheat Cash $1 0ot February ft 07Xb;
March $1 OSX tofl 08 H April $1 09K b
May 81 11X toil UXOl 11X, oloslng at
$1 UXi June fl IX; July $1 OSXffll 01 X
year fl 00X b.
COHN-February 49 X (Maroh 50XX;
April BIX; Mar 68 X to fiSWitSsX;
OATS-February 84X b; Maroh 84Xb.;
April 36 X b; May88X.
Cattle Recelpta 1,380 headt
nrm at yeaterpaya quewwu.-
Hooa-Beoeipt 8,463 bead; market
opened active at 12l lhert '
ing weak, with the advance loit. Eange,
f6 75(87 36 1 bulk lalei. 6 83(1T CO.
' Wheat and corn arrived batter
tone. Wheat to arrive batter Uaet
torn to arrive net maefa doing.
Mark Lane Wheat and corn dall.
quiet. Spot wheatlauiet, but tteady. Mo. I
spring 7 lid. western winter 8s Id.
Mixed Western corn quiet at Be II.
Demand from United Klagdom
and Coo ll soot moderate few wheat and
EHECBtATISai aad NEURALGIA have
long enengh ran rtot u the batman
They have tormented the hnman family and
defied the medical f acuity from time oat of nsmctr
they hare eorrnpted tbe blood, demoralised ths Xante,
vexed the nerves, agonised toe mosctet and racked
the uraln with wearyuif pain.
"Atitlophorob" la the enemy of Bhenma
nsm and Neuralgia, repairs their damages, renews
the blood, eases the )oluta. calms the nerrea, soothes
tbe masolea, gives rest and peace to the troubled
brain, and ens ares delightful sleep.
" atbxofbobos bt new remedy, but tt has
been abundantly tried. From far and near oome tes
timonials from welt-known persons who had long
been sufferers. It has tamed their diseases oat II
bM oared them. That is slL-and that Is enough. ,
"Athlophobos" can do for 70a what
it has done for those sufferers. It can
drive out vour Rheumatism and Neuralgia,
and will do so if you give it a fair trial.
" ATHLOPHOBoa - baa by tola time had such a
good trial all over the eountry that it true work tt
known, and Its true character proved,
" Athlophobos" means "Prize-Bearer;"
"Victor;" "Conqueror." It carries off the prise aa
Vkttoh over the attacks of these terrible rc-livtlfs.
and OoiQusaoa of the frightful agonies their via.
tlmt have endured. Not a mere temporary relief,
but a permanent, enduring, and triumphant cure.
i If you cannotget Athlofhobo8 of your drug
gist, we will send tt express paid, on receipt of
regular price one dollar per bottle. We prefer
that you buy It from your druggist, but U ba
hasnt it, do not be persuaded to try something'
else, but order at once from us aa directed.
HTHLOPHOROS CO., 112 Will ST., NEW TORI
.............. . . .....M...I........S
rtpeimoklwrlaUiereal teetof atobaooo.
It is the regal way of smoking'. Ton get
more directly at the flavor and f ragranee.
You lake the smoke cooler, and the lotus
cleanlier and eater. Pipe T""l"f it
smoking reduoed to a fine art
The more the question of adulterated
tobaooo forces Itself on the attention of
smokers, the more desirable It beeomes
to know precisely what yon are """'"g
In Black well's Bull Durham Smoking To-
Ibaooo you have a guarantee,
always, that it is Nature
own unadulterated product
Its fragranee, flavor, and
unsurpassed quality, are da-
I A ttta I rived from the soil and air.
11 fKrf I Try It. and you win bet-
I JI I (L None genuine with-
I f I out trade-mark of ths Boll
I taootaafal Fishermen and R ports-
men smoke Black well's Bull Durham
JJ. E- INOE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
8th Street, between Com'l Ave. ud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KIND 9 OP AMTJNITION.
Safes Besalred. All Kinds ot Kers Mads.
Mi. a. surra.
tea in a. lam
Grand Central Store.
OIEO. - - 1X1
Tke Eegnlar Cairo & Paducah Dally
Str. GUS FOWLER.
HENRY E. TAYLOR, Master.
OEOKOB JOBKa, Clerk.
Leaves Paducah for Cairo dally (Sundays except
ed) at 8 a. m.,and Moond City at 1 p. m. Retnrn.
Ing, leaves Cairo at 4 p.m. i Mound City at 0 p.m.
Nashville, Paducali & Cairo U. 8. Mail
For Paducah, Smlthland, DyersbnrR, Eddyvllle,
CsntoD, Dover, ClarksvlUe and Nashville,
Eii BS. RHEA.
3. S. TYNKR. .......Master.
GEO. JOBE8 Clerc.
Leaves every Monday morning at 10 o'clock a.m.
W. H. CHEERY.
WU. STRONG...... Muter.
FELIX ORA8TY-.,. ..Clsrk.
Leaves every Fr'daf morning at 10 o'clock", mak
ing close connections at Nashville with the L. m
N. K. R. end N. A O. K. K. for all points soils,
with ths Upper Cumberland Packet Co., for all
points for.tue Upper Cumberland. For freight 1 ar
passage, apply on board or to W. r. Lambdla
Smoking- Tobaooo, and they enjoy tt. .