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THE BAILY CAIRO BULLETIN
CA1K0. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 14. 1884.
Impurity of th
niood, Fever and
and all Diseases
caused by De
rangement of Liver, Bowels and Kidney,
ITMPTOMS OF A DISEASED LITER.
Bad Breath; Pain in the Side, tometimea the
pain la felt under the Shoulder-blade, miitalcea for
khcumatum; general low of appetite; Bowela
laterally costive, aometimea alternating with lax J
the head la troubled with pain, ia dull and heavy,
with considerable lota of memory, accompanied
with a painful tenia ti on of leaving undone tomelhing
which ought to have been dune; a alight, dry cough
and flushed face it tometimea an attendant, often
Bittaken lor consumption; the patient complain
of weariness and debility ; nervous, easily startled;
(eel cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation
of the akin exists; spirits are low and despondent,
and, although satisfied that exercise would be bene
icial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it in (act, distrust every remedy. Several
of the above tvmptooit attend the disease, but cate
have occurred wnen but few of them existed, yet
examination after death hat shown the Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
It ahoold be used by all persona, old aad
young, whenever any of the above
Portion Traveling or Living in Vn
katUthy Localities, by taking a dus occasion
ally to keep the Liver in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria, Bllinu attack, Dirtiness, Nau
tea. Drowsiness. Depression of Spirits, etc. It
will invigorate like a glast of wine, but la no In
If Ton have eaten anything hard of
Ugeatlon, or teal heavy after meals, or leep
tea at night, take doae and you will be relieved.
Tim and Doctor' 1)111 will be aavod
by always keeping the Regulator
In the Houael
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
aft purgative, alterative and tonic can
ever DC out of place. The remedy it harmlea
and doe not Interfere wllli buslne or
IT 18 PURELY VEGETABLE,
And hat all the power and efficacy of Calomel er
Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects.
A Governor Testimony.
Simmons Liver Krgulator hat been in use in my
family (or some time, and I am satisfied it ia a
valuable addition to the medical science.
). Gill SHoeita, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander II. Rteiihens, of Gav.,
says: Have derived tome benefit from the use of
Simmon Liver Regulator, and wish to give it a
" The only Thing that never fafl to
Believe." I have used many remedies fur Dys
pepsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never
have fcund anything to benefit me to the extent
Siaunon Liver Regulator has. I sent from Min
nesota to Georgia for it, and would send further for
uch medicine, and would advise ail who are tit.
Uirty affected to give it a trial at it teems the only
thing that never bill to relieve.
P. M. Jannst, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. W. Mason say t From actual ex
perience In the use of Simmons liver Regulator in
ssy practice I have been and am satisfied to use
Snd prescribe it at s purgative medicine.
(&"Take only the Genuine, whieh always
has oe the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
sad Signature of J. II. ZEILIN ft CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
One Night Only.
THURSDAY, FEB'Y 14.
From Daly's Theatre, New York,
ta Mr. Daly's molt Is'ighable comedy In four sets,
Casting the Boomerang
rales wss setsd for four montns st Daly's New
Presented here with every attention
Beserred sests st Boder's. Popular prlcss: 5,
10 sad 71 cents. Nj extra coarse ter reserved
W. STRATTON, Cslro. T. BIRD. Missouri.
STBATTON & BIRD,
No. W Ohio Levee, Cslro, !'!.
Agents Americas Powder Oo.
Boot & Shoe
lo. 90 Com'l Ave., Bet. Stb ft 6th 8ts.,
Just received a full .n of
FALL and WINTER GOODS
which he will sell st the lowest bottom prices. It
ecaatrlses the best of ST. LUIt HAND-MADS
sN of BOSTON MANUFACTURES, LADIES'
IS CHtLDRBN'i 8HO!8 and GENTS' RGB.
Hit BOOTH anil SHOES.''
BsTWs also make to order anything to oar line
f Its best msterlsl snd workmanship.
GUES1S OF THE NATION.
The Houseless and Homeless Suffer
ere by the Flood,
To be Fed and Clothed by Uncle Sam and
His Big-Hearted Children.
rarlher Particulars From the Nab
niercetl Districts Meventj Feet ol
Water Beaton Destruction.
Cincinnati, Feb. 13. Rained all ntght
and this forenoon the weather is warm.
River steadily rising. At this hour tt bai
reached sixty-nine feet eight three-quarter
Inches. Last nlifbt flve men In a boa re
turning homo to Fairmont capsized, and
George Paulu snd Jacob Bruco, both men
vers drowned. T lire a youni? men came
dawn the river in s skiff and when mar
the suspension brlcUethelr frail craft sud
denly lurched and threw them out. Two were
thrown under and drowned. The other
floated fiff struxgllng for life and probably
met a similar fate. The uccldent occurred
in full view of hundreds on the bridge.
Tbslr names are not known as no bodies
ware recovered. Three boats approaching
Evanivllle, Ind., from Kentucky shore,
one containing seven persons; others two
and three each were lost during the storm
of last night snd It Is supposed all perished.
It was Impossible for witnesses to -tell
whether they were white or black. They
were maklnit straight for the nearest point
on the Indiana shore when they suddenly
Evansvili.h, Ind., Feb. 13. Thirteen
people were drowned Ian night by the up
setting of three skiffs approaching 'from the
Kentucky side. A terrific rain-storm was
raging, and the three boats, one containing
seven and the others throe each, started
apparently from Col. Tosey'i farm, li ffie
Inundated district. Suddenly a violent
wind-storm sprang up and the waves
swept over the boats. They triad to face
the wind, but were swept into the rough of
tbe waves, snd all three of then were
catled. ot a man of tbe thirteen wss
seen afterward. Tbe disaster was plainly
Visible from shore. Tbe boats drifted with
the current, and were carried down to
wards tbe Gulf.
The Cincinnati and Northern It the only
railroad having an outlet from this city.
Early moraine dispatches say tbe borrors
of tb situation at daylight have never been
equaled In the history of American Inunda
tions, with renewed terror, Inspired by the
morning's report ol tbe wsstber bureau,
that the floods will oontlnue to Increase.
Tbe water at Cincinnati was rising steadily
all night and tbe wind wss blowing a bum
sane. A soore of bouses were swept from
their foundation. Tbe mtllitla are com
pelling people to leave tbelr houses to avoid
Newport, Ky., Is s raging sea, with hun
dreds of families water bound. A water
famine Is Imminent at Cincinnati.
At Lawronoeburg tbe water Is rising fast.
and the strong current Is likely to wash
sway two hundred houses before ulgbt.
At Newton, Inc., every block li under
water, and at daylight tbe people were fly
Ina; to tbe bills, leaving everything.
At Sbswneetown tbe citizens have aban
doned work on the levees and are prepar
ing for tbe wont.
Unlontown and Southland, Ky., are both
completely under water.
In Jeffertonvllle, Indiana, nine thousand
people are living In the second stories of
River reports this morning sre as follows:
Wheeling, S3 feet 1 tneb snd falling;
Brownsville, 18 feet 8 Inches and falling;
Portsmouth, 6 faet higher tbsn last yetr;
Louisville, 42 feet 8 inobes anl rising;
Oalllpolls, falling an inch an hour; Pome
roy, falling SS inches In the list 24 hours;
Pittsburg, 19 feet 8 Inches.
A cold wave Is approaching from tbe
West, which will cause tbe temperature to
fail from 20 to 80 degrees in tbe Middle
states to-morrow. Tbe Ohio, Arkansas,
Red and central and lower Mississippi
rivers oontlnue to rise. The floods at Ohio
points below Cincinnati will exoeed the
flood of last year. The water will probably
reaohiO feet at Cincinnati.
BKLLK OF 8HREVE PORT CRIPPLED.
LOUISVILLE, Feb. 18. Tbe steamer
Belle of Shreveport has Just collided with a
pier of the Ohio river bridge on the falls, and
is very badly damaged. Tbe water here
laoks but one foot of tbe high-water marks
Belleville, 111., Feb. 18 Richland
oresk is over Its banks at several places
here, but the damage thus far has been
light. Farmers near Fayette vllle are de
setting their homes on account of tbe great
rise in the Okaw river.
PANIC IX CINCINNATI.
Cincinnati, Feb. 18. Tbe situation
grows steadily worse. Tbe river stood at
69 feet 10 X Inches at 11 o'clock and rising.
People are getting out of tbelr homes every
minute, twenty-six families were rescued
this morning lu one block
Heavy wind and rain all night
has swollen local streams and baffles those
trying to relieve tbe sufferers. The de
moralisation and selfishness visible in every
great and Irreslstable public calamity has
begun; even the wsaltby now subscribe
sparingly to the relief funds. Tbe city is
quiet t even the criminal and tbe lawless
sre subdued, mree feet more of water
will make Covington an Island and put
Newport wholly under water. The sltuatlo:
ihereti appalling. Twenty-aaven bouses
floated away. Here tbe water is rislug
steadily to the center of tbe city,
PEOPLE ARE PANIC-STRICKEN.
Tb Cleveland life-saving crew arrived
this morning, and is doing gallant work In
Covington and Newport.
Lebanon, Ohio, telegraphs ow for tbe
relief fund. Lawrenceburg cannot be
reached by telegraph.
The suspense over the failure to hear
definite news from Lawrenceburg, ina
grows painful, but Is tempered by the be
lief that If a serious disaster, involving
lose of life, had occurred, some means
would have bean found to get word from
Lawreneeburg to Aurora, where it the
ueareit telegraph office.
MANY FLOATING BOUSES.
- The Times-Star's Aurora special says
"At 10 a, m. there ti no news from Law
reneeburg. Many houses are seen floating
down this morning, and the anxloty is
great. The water is now rising an inch
an hour. More dwellings are toppling
TBI WHITI FLA O AGAIN.
At 1 p. m. tbe river had reached 68 feet
1UM Inches, the rise varying during the
(weattoa from oeuartr te one-half (
an Inch an hour. It ia misty and rain Is
falling, with tbe wind from the northwest .
A Signal Service flag denoting the coming
of cold weather floats to-day for tbe third
time since the flood began. Hitherto Its
presence was welcomed, now it brings tbe
utmost apprehensions. Cold weath
er eouiu nave no substantial
effect on tbe water disaster. That has
about done lu worst, but with cold
weather tbe Imprisoned people In all the
towns and cities along the Ohio would suf
fer terribly for want of fuel. Few realize
the difficulty of getting supplies delivered.
There are no landings for steamers and tbe
damage done to buildings by waves caused
by punalUL' steamers has bsen so great as to
cause tbe occupants of tbe flooded bouses
to fire on the steamers bringing them
No relief boat has yet been sent out from
hers. Gen. Beckwltb of St. Louie, is
expected here this evening to take charge
of tbe work of relief, under tbe direction ol
the Secretary of War. Lie will charter re
lief boats, aad four United States officers
have been ordered here from Columbus to
take charge of the different steamers.
Nothing Is done on 'Change except to re
HOUSES WASHED AWAT.
The heavy current from tbe Licking river
at 8 o'clock this morning washed away
twenty or more bouses In Newport, Ky.
They are huddle together and tbrowu in
all sorts of shapes. Three street are
completely blocked by houses removed
from their foundations.
Louisville, Feb. 13. Tbe river is 48
feet 11 Inches and rising 1 inch per hour.
Tbe weather Is cloudy and a drizzling rain
Is falling. Tbe wind Is from tbe north
west. Tbe Belle of Snmveport came up
from New Orleans and laid up Id tbe mouth
of tbe canal. The captain sale: "The
waves of tbe boat ups'-t many bouses along
the flooded district, so we won't sdd any
thing more to tbeir distress."
Oallipolis, Feb. 13. It is estimated
that 30,000 people along tbe river within
thirty-five miles of ibis city will bave to be
fed by charity for two wseks.
Arrested tor Swindling.
QCINCV, III., Feb. 13. Oq Information
from this city J. Carwalbo, a young man of
good family here, has been arrested in Ma
con, Mo., and will be taken to Chicago,
where be is wanted on a charge of obtain
ing large sums ef money by false pretenses.
From New York there also comes inquiry
for hi m. He recently swindled a Jeweler
here and bas been playing a large game at
Major Morgan' Million.
PITT8BURQ, Feb. 13.-Maor Morgan
and Capt. Rose, United States officers at
this point, received orders this morning to
visit tbe cities and t wos along the Ohio
river and report what assistance is neces
sary for tbe sufferers by tbe flood. They
left tbls afternoon on a government boat.
After Friday all donations reoeived here
will be seDt to tbe sufferers at points be
tween this city and Cincinnati,
A Miners' Meeting: Postponed.
Pittsburg, Feb. 13. The meeting of
tbe National Exeoutive Committee of tbe
mlofrs of tbe Amalgamated Assopiatlon,
which was to be held here to-morrow, bas
been postponed on account of the Inability
of several members of the oommiltee from
different strtes to be present.
Charged Willi Adultery,
San Francisco, Feb. 13. A Portland
Oregon, special says: "Billy Courtrlgbt,
noted minstrel, and Mrs. Harry L. Swain
were arrested bare, charged with adultery,
by the husband of Mrs. Swain.
A Tardy Pay -Car.
Buffalo, Feb. 13. The West Shore
pay -car arrived tbls morning and several
hundred employes of tbe North River Con
struction company were paid their Decem
ber wages. No disturbance.
ST. LOCIS POST OFFICE.
No Appointment so be Xatde at Pres
ent. St. Louis, Feb. 13. Eoougb has been
written and dlspatobed from Washington
about the appointment of a postmaster at
St. Louis to succeed Samuel Hays to fill a
volume. Tbe major part of It has been
mere gush or braggadocio In tbe interest of
one or another of the several candidates.
One day It was Fishbaoh, the next Wells,
and again Bennet, and then some other
anxious expeotant. During all this time
the President has held bis peaoe and kept
bis own council, but bas been watching tbe
course of events in St. Louis, and it Is
now quite safe to assert that
the political mission of Van Horn st
Washington Is ended so far as tbe St.
Louis postoffloe Is concerned. During bis
term he demanded of President Garfield,
because he was the only Republican mem
ber of Congress from Missouri and was re
fused, the control of all the federal
appointments In tbe State. This was the
name claim as that made upon. President
L;ncolln by Senator Henderson, and dis
allowed. Van Horn was only allowed bis
own district. No greater Stickler for
tbe right of a Congressman to be consulted
ever existed. A year ago be was demanding
that bosslsm should be eradicated and in
sisting upon the right of Congressman Mo
Lean to control and to be oonsulted upon
l St. Louli appointments. Q Now Van
H n has sought to ignorecLean and has
utiled. There will be no appointment
made In tbe Interest of Van Horn, the G.
D., Henderson and others. The visit of
the river delegates to tbe White House has
developed a singular indifference to har
mony in Missouri politics and shown
a factious personal spirit Father than any
regard for the success of the Republican
party. Wbeu this faction shows a regard
for Republican unity they may be listened
to, but at present they are considered fit
subjects to be schooled lu tbe line of party
discipline, and as a whole, regarded upon
their individual records, as disposed to
keep up division. Our advices to bo relied
upon are, that no appointment will be
made at present, notwithstanding tbe
G.-D. or any other specials to the contrary.
Van Horn pan safely go home.
Disciples ol Missouri's Noted Bandits,
Frank and Jesse.
' Niagara Falls, Ont., Feb. 13. Two
boys giving their names as , Walter Rooke
snd Chauncv Ruby, were arretted on the
Arrival of a train from the West. Three
loaded revolver! snd tupply of ammuni
tion and a book on the . "Adventures and
Exploits of Frank nd Jesse James" were
found In their possession J also tome money
whlob they aekaewledged tbey had atoleo
Charges Against Tom Allen, the Pugi
Sensational Developments The Prose
cution Accused of BlMckmatiL
St. Louis, Feb. 13. -Tom Allen, tbe
ex-cbamplon pugilist of America, was
prompt to appear In the Court ol Correc
tion this ra rntng. He was aocompanied
by Joseph Schneider, one of bis bondsmen,
and was represented by Messis. Krum and
Turner, llouhtstor Ford aoted as counsel
for Wilaon J. Farrell, who Is at the bottom
of the movement to have Allen taken to
Kentucky. Mr. Farrell sat behind bis at
torney, using a toothpick vigorously
The cue was opened by Mr. Ford stating
that the anticipated requUitiou not having
arrived, be would atk to bave a
warrant Issued charging Allen with
being a fugitive from Justice.
He bad learned at the p.wtottlee that tbe
Frankfort mails bad been very much de
layed by tbe floods. A telegram hud been
received by Mr. Farrell saying that the re
quisition was forthcoming. It was dated
the lOtti; meantime a warrant, as .stated,
was wanted. Mr. Turner asked that the
telegram be produced. It was at Mr.
Ford's office. Allen's counsel then argued
that be was entitled to a discharge, He bad
been arrested by the chief of police on Sat
urday, admitted to ball, and was present
to answer sny charge that might be pre
ferred against him. Mr. Krum alleged that
the prosecution was not bona fl le, but
made for ulterior purposes peculiar to tbe
individual who was behind It. After Mr.
Krum had explained that by Kentucky law
his client could only be charged
with a misdemeanor, and that
it would be impossible for Uov. Crittenden
to honor such acquisition. Mr. Ford com
bated tbis proposition, but the court sus
tained It, announcing that so many canes of
the kind bad been disposed of that tbe law
was familiar toevury praotttloner In tbe
Prosecuting Attorney Claiborne then fired
a bomb into the Farrel camp. He secured
permission to make a personal state
ment, and said that since this action bad
been preferred against Allen, counsel
for tbe latter bad placed some doc
uments in bis possession tending to
show that the proseoutlon was not bona
fide. Among tbesr was a receipt In part
payment of Allen's indebtedness to Far
rell, and a written contract signed by Far
rell in satisfaction of the loss to which be had
been put by tbe bond forfeiture. These
and other communications had forced Col.
Claiborne Into the belief that if Allen would
pay up In full no requisition would be
forthcoming. He did not feel that he could
lend himself to anything that eould be con
strued as equivalent to aiding I n tbe col
lection of a debt, and desired to apprise the
court of these later devel 'pinouts. Mr.
Ford, who was visibly agitated by these
revelations, asserted that tbe pepseoution
had been undertaken In good faith. Tbe
prosecuting attorney's statement woe
equivalent to an accusation of blaokmall.
The charge, however, was bona fide, and
such a thing as a compromise had never
even bxa hinted at in bis presenoe.
TURNER TO THE FRONT.
Mr. Turner then bad bis say. He pulled
two documents from a side pocket in bis
pantaloons, and proceeding bis remarks
with tbe statement that bis oilent bad re
ceived the anonymous communication,
proceeded to read them as follows:
City, Feb. 18, '84.
Mr. Allen: I am a friend of yours hut
you are making a big mistake. I know
that the requisition will be here and you are
going back to Kentucky unless you settle
with Terrell. Take my advice before tbe
warrant is sworn our. Tbe lawyers are on
ly getting your money and you will be a
goner sure. See Ford at once before too
late and settle it someway. I will see you
after this is over.
Signed H. R. B.
"Covington, Ky., Oot. 18, '83. Re
ceived of Tom Alien two hundred dollars
(I'JOO 00, ou account.
Wilson J. Farrell.
"Forfeit ball bond In Kentucky, 1870."
JUDGE NOONAN'S DECISION.
After the reading the felony-misdemeanor
phase of tbe question again came up, tbe
Court asraln alleging that Mr. Ford was
mistaken In tbe law and that the authori
ties quoted by him were not sound. In
disposing of tbe case Judge Noonan said tbe
only question before blm was whether he
should discharge the defendant or not. The
length of time provided when the bond to
answer was signed was unusually long.
He taw no reason why It should be ex
tended or why tbe defendant should be
longer held, especially in view of
the statement made by the prosecuting
officer that It was his conviction the prose
cution, uot on Mr. Ford's part, however,
was for the purpose of aiding and abutting
in the collection of a debt. Tbe Judge
took occasion to exonerate oounsel for the
prosecution entirely, and then stated that
it behooved his client in the event of his
insisting on obtaining a warrant against
Allen to establish to the court by
affi.hvit that his objeot was legiti
mate. ALLEN DISCHARGED.
Allen was thon discharged and his bonds
mcu released from their responsibilities.
There Is every reason to believe that tbe
efforts to get him to Kontucky bare failed
for all time, the ulterior purpose of the
present proseoutlon baring been made
as plain as a pike stuff by the de
velopments TRAIN DITCHED.
Forty Passengers Injnrod stud Two
Klllod Near tJroea, Iowa.
St. Patjl, Minn., Feb. lB.-An Albert
Lea train from Chicago, near Green, Iowa,
struck a broken rail. The baggage ear and
two coaches turned over, and the rest of
tbe train left the track. One of the coaches
contained twenty-three passengers and the
other seventeen. All were injured slight
ly. Mrs. Dunn and her family of Ave
children, on the road to Glendtve, Mon
tana, and a boy aged 0 years, fell against
a stove. The ohlld wss to seriously hurt
that bis life was despaired of. A female
chi d and another passenger were killed.
The cars caught fire, but the flames were
extinguished with mow,
Tno Bod Vrosa.
Pittsburg, Feb. ia. -Miss Clara Barton,
president of the American Society of the
Red Cross, aocompanisd by Field Marshsl
Hubbll, left en route for Wheeling and
points on the Ohio river, te render assist
ance wherever necessary. She will draw
fundi from the sooiety's srsasury, sufficient
to meet the requirements. CIooIquaM will
be her headqaarters,
THE MOTHER Of JOCBNAUMa,
odnecd by a Wicked Dost or rrosss
Sedalia, Mo., Feb. 13. The Missouri
Repullcan, In a telegram from Jefferson
City the other day, published a very ro-
mantlo ttory of a lost heiress, who wu
being searched for by Dr. W. P. King of
tblt city. When Dr. King returned from
Jefferson City, a reporter of the Sedalta
Democrat called on blta for further details
of tbe whereabouts of Miss Melton, the
young lady who, if found, ia to come lot
so much money.
"Doctor, bave you seen to-day's Repub
lican wli h tbe story of tbe lost heiress of
Sedalia In Itf" asked tbe reporter.
"No, I bave not, though I expected tt. "
And then tbe doctor leaned baok and
laughed until be was out of breath. Con
tinuing he said: "That, sir, Is a novel In
one chapter and my own creation. It took
me Just five minutes by the watch to make
"You don't mean to say It It all a hoax,
do you, dootorf"
"Well, you may call it a hoax, but I call
It a novel. It originated in this manner t I
bave been to Jefferson City twice lately and
on business of a very private nature. As
soon as I got there each time the reporters
began to pipe me off In order to And out
wbat I was after. When tbe
Legislature is not In session,
if a stranger goes to Jefferson
City everybody thinks he is on some politi
cal business. Several persons came to me
tbis time In the Interests of tbe reporters
and, of course, I oould not tell them.
Finally after supper the Republican's Jef
ferson City correspondent tent a doctor to
mo to find out my business. Seeing bow
all things were at tbe capitol, I felt terry
for tbe correspondent, and when 1 feel lor
ry for anybody I am generally ready to help
them. This I did in bis case. I went to
tbe clerk's desk, prooured paper and In
about five minutes made tbe story of the
Sedalia heiress, and at once sent it to tbe
correspondent by tbe doctor. I did not
charge anything for It, for It did not cost
any extraordinary wear of cerebral verti
"Tben you reallv sold tbe eorroipoudtat
of the Republican?"
"Well, I suppose you stay put It that
way, though he ought not to to conttdoi
it. News was scarce and I gave him as
Item thai will go all over the country, ad
vert i-e bis paper and create a sensation.
Anything about a lost girl slwats oreates a
sensa.lon. Toe only thing that I bave to
regret about tbe matter Is that from the
time tbat has elapsed slnoe I gave blm this
item, I am sure that tho correspondent bat
been hunting for the lost heiress. I am
sorry to make anybody who lives In Jeffer
son City take exercise, for It is liable to
make them sick 1" And then the doctor
took another hearty laugh and didn't look
a "bit" sorry.
THOME BOOCr DIVORCE.
Tbe Records Being He arched in Brook
lyn lor tbe Fraudulent Doea
monts. New York, Feb. -18 Tbe publication
of the startling disclosure made In the
County Clerk's office In Brooklyn of a con
spiracy by which fraudulent divorces have
been obtained, created much exoltement.
Jacob H. Anderson, tbe colored man, aid
Abraham Roberts, a olerk In John T.
Clark's law office, at No. 284 Broadway,
tbis city, are still in custody, while Jehn
O. Law, the clerk In tbe Supreme Court, Is
out on $6,000 ball granted by Judge Pratt,
whose name, it It alleged be forged to tbe
decreet of d I voroe. Other arreitt are ex
pected, and It Is laid that several' highly
respected lawyers are oonneeted with the
conspiracy. The employes, under County
Clerk Ropuey Tbursby, are making a tbor
ougb soaroh of the records, and yesteiday
over adosen fraudulent deoreet were dis
covered, and it is expeoted that many more
will be unearthed. The measures will un
doubtedly oreate a great social sensation In
Brooklyn ami elsewhere. Domestic com
plication)) of a most serlout nature, in
wbiob many prominent citizens are In
volved, will be brought to light. Manymeu
and women have obtained Illegal deorees,
and, believing them to be genuine, have
married again. Tblt will oaute a number
of scandals. It will be a question as te
whether or not tbe vlotlms have committed
bigamy. The courts will probably And tbe
second marriages Illegal.
Knerldan and tlrant.
Washinoton, Feb. 18. Gen. Sheri
dan goes to New York to visit Oen. Grant.
Wheat February $1 00; Maroh
$110; April $1 12; May $115;
June U ItS.
Corn February 64; Maroh 9iH;
May 67; April 65 X
Cattle Receipts 8,000; steady,
exports $6 25(97 10; good to toboloe
I5 60O6 20; common to fair $5 250
Wheat Februarv 95 X; Maroh 06 V;
May $1 02; June $1 04; April 87.
Corn February 55; March 65 ;
Mav 60; Juue 66; April 58; July
Oats February 83; March 88 ; May
87; April 88.
Pork February $18 27; March
(18 80; May $18 50.
Lard February 929.; Maroh 9.90;
Wheat Cash fl 09;February $1 07 b;
March $108; April $110;
May $1 11 to U 11I 11. closing at
$111; June $111; July fl 08
year $1 00 b.
CORN-February 50; Maroh 00951;
April 02062; Mar 63 to 64;
June 51 ; July 55.
Oats -February 85 b; Blaroh 89 b.;
April 86 b; May 87937.
Cattle Receipts 1,800 head; market
a tbade easier for all exocpt butohers,
which continue to rule steady.
Hoos Reoelpt 4,767 head; market
opened steady snd olosed Arm and higher;
tops, $7 80; bulk salet W 60(97.
Wheat'" end orn arrived not
muoh doing. Wheat snd corn to ar
rive quiet. Country markets quiet.
Mark LaneWheat and corn dull.
Spot wheat quiet. No. 3
spring 7i lid. western wlnt.tr 6s 9d.
Mixed Western corn 'quiet at 0s 2d.
Demand from United Kingdom
and Coutiaent dull for wheat and
LiVES or PAIN
RHEUMATISM aad NEURALGIA bare
loog enoawk ran riot la tao hasmaa
They have tormented the human family and
defied the medical faculty ; from ttma out at nanus
they have corrupted the blood, demonUaad tba)c(nta,
vexed the nerves, agonised tha mnsolus aad imckad
the brain with wearrinf pain.
"Athlofhobos" Is the enemy of Hiwmma
Usm and Neuralgia, repsii their damagta, nbmws
the blood, eases the Joints, calms the nerves, soothes
the muscles, gives rest and peace to the troubled
brain, and ensures delightful sleep,
" Athlofhobos " Is a new remedy, but It hta
been abundantly tried. From far and near earns tes
timonials from well-known persons who had Ions'
been sufferers. It haa turned tbeir dlnoaaaa out Is
has cured them. That la ail,-nd that is enough.
"Athlofhobos" can do for you what
it has done for those sufferers. It can
drive out your Rheumatism and Neuralgia,
and will do so if you give it a fair trial.
"Athlophoeos" has by this ilme had such a
cod trial all over the country that Its true work la
known, and Its true character proved.
" Athlofhobos means "Prize-Bearer;"
Victor ; " " Conqueror." It carries off the pruts as
Tiotob over the attacks of these terrible FMsdlte,
and OoNQOsaoa of the frightful agonies their rio.
tlms have endured. Mot a mere temporary relief,
but a permanent, enduring, and triumphant ours. ,
It you cannot get ArmvorHOBOSof your drug
gist, we will send t express paid, on receipt of
regular price-one dollar per bottle. We prater
that you buy It from your druggist, but If ha
hasnt It, do not be persuaded to try something
else, but order st once from us as directed.
ITHL0PHOR0S CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW TOM.
isiiisiissisiMsssi n. ....................
Pipe smoking la the real teat of a tobacco.
It Is the regal way of smoking. You gat
more directly at the flavor and f ragranoa.
Ton take the emoke cooler, and the tools
cleanlier and safer. Pipe ""inj g
smoking reduced to a fine art.
The mora tbe question of adulterated
tobacco forces Itself on the atteshon of
smokers, the more desirable it becomes
to know precisely what you are smoking.
In Blackwell's Bull Durham Smoking To-
Mocoyou bare a guarantee,
i always, mat n is Harare's
A I own unadulterated product,
I Its fragrance, flavor, and
I unsurpassed quality, are da-
nrea irom ine sou ana sir.
Try it, and you will bent.
iUt None genuine with
out trade-mark of the Butt,
All successful Fishermen and Sports
men smoke Blackwell's Bull Durham
Smoking Tobacco, and they enjoy u,
: Manufacturer and Dealer In
Sth Street., between Com'l Ave. and Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMUNITION.
atea Rjaalred. All Kinds ol Kev Marie.
las. a. SMITH.
ISBSBT A. Bit ITU.
Grand Central Store.
Tke Regnlar Cairo & Paducah Daily
Str. GUS FOWLER.
HENRY E. TAYLOR. Master.
UEOUOE JOBEs, Clerk.
Lesves Paducah for Cairo dally (Sundays except
ed) at 8 a. m., and Mound City atl p. m. Return
ing, lesves Cairo atp.m.;Mounil City atop. m.
Nashville, Fadacah A Cairo U. 8. Hail
For radiicah, Fmlthland, Dyenburg, Iddyvllle,
Csntoii, Dover, Clarksvllle and Nashville,
B. S. BHEA.
GEO. JOBES w ciera.
Leaves every Monday morning at 10 o'clock a.m.
2a W. H. CHERJtY.
WM. STRONG Master.
' FELIX URASTY...mw.. n.Clsrk.
Leaves evorv Tr day morning st to o'clock, mak
ing sice connections at Neahvllle with the L. A
N. R. R. aad N. AC H K for all Points eosth.
with the Uppr Cumberland Packet Co., for alt
Dolota for the Upper Camherland. For frelikt ar-
maje, apply oo board or to W. F. LeasMUa