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For Dy apepala.
Impurity of the
Blood, Fever and
and all Disease!
caused by Da
rangement of Liver, Bowels and Kidneys.
SYMPTOMS OF A DISEASED LIVER.
Bad Breath; Pain in the Side, sometimes the
pain U felt under the Shoulder-blade, mistaken for
Rheumatism ; general loss of appetite ; Bowels
generally costive, sometimes alternating with la;
the head is troubled with pain, it dull and heavy,
with considerable losi of memory, accompanied
with a painful sensation of leaving undone something
which ought to have been done; a slight, dry cough
and flushed face it sometimes an attendant, often
mistaken for consumption; the patient complaint
of weariness and debility ; nervous, easily startled;
iret cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation
of the skin exists; spirits are low and despondent,
and, although satisfied that exercise would be bene
ficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
Cry it in fact, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptom attend the disease, but cases
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet
examination after death has shown the Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
It should be used by all persons, old aad
, young, whenever any of the above
Persons Traveling or Living In Un
healthy Localities1, by taking a dose occasion
ally to keep the Liver in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria, lilllous attack, hi itiness, Nau
sea, Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, etc. It
will Invigorate like a glass of wine, but Is no In
toxica ting beverage.
If Ton have eaten anything hard of
digestion, or feel heavy after mcais, or sleep
lest at night, take a dote and you will be relieved.
Time and Doctors' Bills will be saved
by always keeping the Regulator
In the Hotuel
For, whatever the ailment may be, s thoroughly
safe purgative, alterative and tonie can
never De out of place. The remedy is harmless
and does not Interfere wltlt business or
IT 18 PURELY VEGETABLE,
And has all the power and eflictty of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurioiu after ctfeu.
A Governor's Testimony.
Simmons Liver Regulator hat been in use in my
family for some time, and I am satisfied it is a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J. Gill Shobth, Governor of Ala.
lion. Alexander II. Stephens, of Ga.,
says: Have derived some benefit trom the use of
Simmons Liver Regulator, and wish to give it a
44 The only Tiling that never fafls to
Relieve." I have used many remedies for Dys
pepsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never
have found anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmons Liver Regulator has. I sent from Min
nesota to (ieorgia for it, and would send further for
such a medicine, and would advise all ho are sim
ilarly affected to give it a trial at it teems the only
thing that never fails to relieve.
P. M. Jannkv, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. IV. Mason saysi From actual ex
perience in the use of Simmons Liver Regulator in
By practice I have been and am satisfied to use
and prescribe it at a purgative medicine.
HafTake only the Genuine, which always
has oa the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mars
and Signature of J. II. ZKILIN GO.
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Oldest in the city; established in 1862
Com'l Ave., between vth and 10th 6ta.
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General repairing In all kinds of metals. Keys
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4m Proorletor, Cairo. 111.
EORGE H. LEACU, M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat-
mem oi laricsi uibvucb, uu Viobm.. v, -nod
office On Mb. street, opposite the Post-
office. Cairo, III.
R. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave-, Cairo, 111.
VAPOR. ELKCTRO-VAPOR aud MBDICATKD
A lady In attendance.
R. W. C. JCCJLCLYK,
OTFICB-Bteats Street, near Comnerclal Avenue
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Otoob No. 1S6 Commercial
IgBtb and Ninth Streets
Hew and Complete Hotel, fronting o.
Second and Railroad Streets,
Tbe Passenger Depot of the Chicago, St. Lonll
and .tew Orleans: lllluols contrail wanaen, pi,
Lonli and Pacific: Iron Monntaln and Hoathern
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. Loms Railways
are all Jnst across tbe street; while the Steamboat
Landing li bat ope square distant.
' This Hotel is heated by' steam, hu steam
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Call Bells,
Automatic Fire-Aiarius, Baths, absolutely pure air
Bertect sewerage and complete appointments.
Sauerb farnishlBKs; perfect service; and an on
Us. P. PAKKKtl tt, CO., L,aneo
n - m ma iii ii,
THE BOW OF PROMISE.
Tn Token of the Covenant Onoe More
Been in the Eastern Sky.
aving Scored by Far the Greatest Flood
IT Ever Known'ln That Valley,
The Ohio River Segtni to Reoede
Oinolnuati-The Work of Reliof.
Cincinnati, Feb. H. The river reached
tbe highest stage at noon to-day, when, af
ter a continuous- rise, it recorded 71 feet 8X
inches. It remained staiionary (or two
hours, and then commenced slowly to fall.
At 2:30 a decline of one-fouriii inch gave
promise of brighter days in store for our
suffering and welUnlgh disheartened peo
ple. At Pomeroy tbe water bad recedod 8
feet up to noon to-day.
The Timea.Star a pedals from
MAYSVILLK, KY. ,
lay the wind caused much damage there
and at Aberdeen, Kentucky, last night by
wrecking bouses. Tbe lots by the flood in
this locality cannot be less than $100,.
000. It is mowing and freezing this morn
Cincinnati, Feb. H. The weather this
morning is clear and cold. Tbe river at
o'clock bad reached 71 feet and has re
mained stationary up to the present time.
Tbe deollne may be retarded by tbe Little
Miami, which is rushing out with a strong
welling current, but will certainly reach
ere by night. It will oontlnue to rite
lewly during the day.
Tbe situation at Newport is simply one of
terror. Thirty-five bouses were carried
ff from that place lat ulght, and to-day
be greater portion of tbe city is fllle 1 with
floating and overturned bouses.
A two-story house In this city, on Race
street, occupied by three families, fell in
nlgkt. Tbe p"ople, ten in number,
were taken out in time to save their lives.
Ooe falling In the river was resetted by the
i e lief boat. At the foot of Eim street a
irge lot of lumber and several bouses are
THE glVER AT OTHER POINTS.
Evansville, Ind., 46 feet 5 inches.
Louisville, Ky., 44 feet 9 inches.
Ull City, Pennsylvania, S feet 10 Inches.
Wheeling, W. Vs., 23 feet 2 inches.
Little Bock, Ark., 6et 2 Inches.
Hlntoo, W. Vs., 6 feet 1 Inch.
Parkersburg, W. Va., 17 feet 3 Inches.
Cincinnati, Feb. 14. Twenly-flve
bouses were swept away in Newport last
Ight, and twenty more will go to-day.
Some streets are Indistinguishable, tbe
houses having floated out into tbe streets.
WILL BURN IN KFPIQY
to-night the four Kentucky state Senators
wbo voted agaln.t tbe $2J,OO0 appropriation
which was passed at Frankfort last night.
Belief boats will patrol the river from
BELIKF IS WKU. ORGANIZED.
Wheeling, Oalllpolls, Steuben villa. Cincin
nati and Evansville are distributing points.
Tbe Mayors of most of the distressed towns
have each 11,000 credit from the Secretary
of War. The cold weather is causing
muob distress In the tireless tents, barns,
second stories, fl it oars and others place of
TBB RELIEF COMMITTER
has reoelved a total of $33,000, of wbfeb
(8,000 is from distant poluts te be dlstrl ba
ted In neighboring towns, $1,000 was sent
to Newport this morning, and $900 and a
barge of coal to Lawrenceburg.
sends $100. Puro lases to relieve suffering
have consumed tbe whole fund. There are
S,000 people In the sobool bouses and tbe
charities are feeding fully 10,000.
Louisviu.it, Feb. 14. At noon tbe river
continued to rise, and tbe canal gauge
registers 45 feet, ft Inches, one foot higher
than at any time last year. Tbe weather
turned eool early last Dtgbt, and tbe clouds
disappeared. To-day it bas bgen bright
and beautiful. The strong winds of last
night caused tbe waves to do much dam
age In tbe submerged district. A great
many houses bave fallen down or floated
off. )t is not uncommon to see a large
frame structure floating down over tbe
falls. Tbe people are all out, however,
and no Injury or loss of life Is reported.
Tbe water is still rising, though tbe ground
There is no likelihood of further rain,
and the river Is expected to be at a stand
by morning. The Paris Brown, in com
Ifig up this morning, was run Into by a
large floating bouse, but not damaged
much. Local contributions are relieving
tbe sufloring here. Louisville will not call
tor any outside help. She will try to
care for ber own. Tbe suffering is
Evansville, Feb. 14. The river Is
rising steadily and at 11 o'clock is 4 feet
7 Inches, 14 inches below the highest stage
reached last year. No further damage
in this section is reported. Eveusvllle Is
till several feet above the flood and in no
finding escape from tbe flood Impossible,
i he 1 Tee was cut and toe water was gradu
ally admitted. Tbe town Is now in three
or four feet of water and the citizens are
either occupying tbe second stories or are
leaving. Tbe Evansville and Cairo packets
are still running regularly, doing great good
in rescuing people, stock and perishable
Jeffbrsonvillb, Feb. 11. The people
are crowded together in tbe churches and
school houses Almost to. suffocation. Tbe
relief measures in operation are very inad
equate. The waves did much damage to
property last nl.ht. Two more feet of
water will flood tbe penitentiary and 600
(onvlou will have to be cared for. Tim 125
r.miiift. 0f the lime burners at Utica.
twelve miles above here, are
still huddled together In one
church and sadly In need of relief.
CsUrwUDrr ! Happy.
Cairo, III.. Feb. 14. The river Iscks
four feet of tbe high water mark of 1883.
There is bo suffering from tbe flood about
here. The Mobile 4 Ohio, Illinois Cen
tral, North A South and Wabash roads are
running as usual. No danger Is appre
hended here. This ground le frozen hard,
and the weather b elear for the Irst timo lu
ILLINOIS, FRIDAY MOBNINtt, FEBRUARY 15,
XL VIII TU CONOBESS. '
MAKE IT A MILLION AT LEAST.
Washlnoton, Feb. 14. Mr. McKloley
read a telegram from Edwin Cowler. of
Cleveland, stating thst tbe flood was now
71 feet blgb, with a probability that it will
go to 75 feet. Tbe water could not recede
to the river bed In less than ten days. Quo
hundred homes have been destroyed and
10,000 people are homeless and without
food; that a blizzard is reported as ooming
from tbe northwest, which would make tbe
suffering much greater; that individual ef
forts lor relief will be too slow to be of
avail and urging the increase of tbe appro
priation by Congres to a million dollars.
Beferred to the Jmliciary Committee.
Tbe House resumed consideration of the
contested election case of Chalmers against
Belfoid spoke in opposition to admitting
Manning In tbe interest, be said, of politi
cal morality and political decency. In tbeae
election cases tbe Bepublican party bad
committed blistering outrages, only
equaled by tho outrages committed by the
Deniocratitlo party. It was time bones!
and honorable men determine these cases
as an upright Judge would determine a
cause before bin). On two occasions the
Democratic party by brute force and polit
ical power seated Chalmers when he was
not elected, and now it practically refused
to seat bim when be was elected, and that
in face of tbe fact that Manning had con
fessed be bad no caue.
Clardy held that nothing in Manning's
answer interfered with bis right to a seat
pending bis contest; denying that Manning
bad by his admissions precluded tbe House
from an expression of its Judgment of tbe
case; denying that law of estoppel bad ever
been invoked in any otbercase, and holding
tbat no aotof M tuning's subsequent to bis
election, short of a resignation, oould estop
bim from claiming bis seat; denying that
tbe right of position was a private one, and
tbat it could not therefore be estopped, and
tbat the people of bis district bad a right to
b represented during tbe pending of the
contest. Ills speech was one of tbe clearest
and ablest made on tbe subject.
Tbe Dnnvllle Election Mot.
Washington, Feb. 14. Senator Sher
man's sub-committee in charge of tbe In
Vis itation of tiie Danville, Yi., election
riot, bas begun work. Senators Sherman
and Vance, and Representative John S.
Wise, conducted tbe examination. Direct
examination conducted by Seuator Sher
man, several witnesses were examined re
garding tbe shooting, cause, etc.
Walter S. Withers, a colored policeman, of
Danville, testified that on November 3 a
white man und a colored man got to tight
ing. When separated the crowd remained.
The whites ranged in line along the curb,
and tbe colored men were in tbe street.
The whit bad pistols in their hands, anil
said the colored men eould get enough if
thej wanted it, and if tbey didn't leave
some of tbem would get hurt. Tbe negroes
objected to leaving, saying, "that tho
whites were trying to override them."
Firing then began, tbe first shots being
fired in the air. The colored people began
to run and tbe whites tired at tbem when
ever they could see tbem. Hone of the
colored men had pistols. One man was
shot dead and several were wounded in
consequence of the riot. The colored peo
ple din not votu at tbe election tbree days
later, fearing violence. Tbe affidavit of
witness before tbe committee of forty was
incorrect in so far us it stated that tbe
colored men used firearms. It seemed that
something bad been added to tbe affidavit
after be signed it.
jack kcdd (colored),
chairman of tbe Republican Committee,
testified tbat be was in Danville tbe day of
the riot when tbe firing was began. lie
left hastily, afterwards returning to see the
result. He was met by Col. Cabell
wbo asked him where be was going. Col.
Cabell said; "This Is Jnst what I have
bfen telling you would happen." Nud
Hatcher came along with another man and
asked Cabell wbo witness was. Being in
formed, Halcber said, "Let me blow bis
dd brains out. " Col. Cabell said, "No,
let tbe dd scoundrel leave here."
Uatcber struck witness, and as witness left
they began firing on bim. Witness saw bis
while neighbors going into Danville that
night, and returning with guns they bad
procured in Danville. He saw tbem going
to tbe polls on electiou day with the samo
guns. Tbe coloreO people thoreby were
Intimidated and concluded not to vote.
l. l. ivy (colored)
saw the white men drawn up along the curb
with pistols aimed and started iaway when
tbe firing began and tbe colored men ran.
One was shot dead. Jack Budd (preced
ing witness) came along and asked the
colored men: "What you all runnln' for;
de white people's only burnin' powdah."
He replied, "What's ue meanin' o' dat
dead man ovah dab, If dey don't mean
ba'mf" Witness described the maltreat
ment of Jack Budd by Hatcher and others,
and the threats made to himself the same
day by white people. Witness did not
vote, because of fear inspired by the riol.
Washington. Feb. 14. The Chair laid
before the 9enate tho testimony taken by tbe
committee wbo investigated tbe official
conduot of z-Supei Vising Architect Hill.
Senator Yoorbees' resolution requesting
the Secretary of tbe Interior to suspend
approval of tbe Indemnity land selections
made by the Northern Pacific Bailroud
Cjiui any was referred.
Pullintr the Wool Over Their Eyes.
Washington, Feb. 14. Eepresontatlves
of tbe woollen manufacturing Interests
were given to bearing before tbe commit
tee on Ways and Means. Nearly all tbe
prominent firms were represented. John
M. Wayes read an argument against a
change In the tariff on woollen goods. He
argued tbat the tariff legislation of 1883 was
a treaty with national Industries which
should be observed with the same good fukb
as a treaty with foreign powers.
Mr. Whitman represented the same in
terest. Questioned relative to the effect
a horizontal reduction of duties would have,
he said be thought It would bave a very
depressing effect upon the industries inter
ested. The bearing will be continued this
Hie nissea naaell's Party.
Washington, Feb. 14. Tbe Misses
Russell, daughters of tbe Massachusetts
Representative, gave a lea to 100 young
ladies and gentlemen Wednesday afternoon
at tbelr handsome residence on Capitol
Hill. Mutloal selections added to the en
tertainment o) the guesti and a beautiful
collation was served in the dining-room.
CoL Kdward linsu,
Washington, Feb. 14. Col. Edward
Simms, aged 90, one of tbe defondauts of
tbe capttol from tbe British In 1814, died
last night. He hu lived here since the
fMiarl I n. tit Sk AtW-
HS.NHii V . way j
AFRAID OF THE BRITISH
The False Prophet's Pretensions
I Short Lived.
TbeXtma of (be Dispatch ol Brlllab
Troop Npreaitlog Bapldlj.
Suakim, Feb. 14. -Tbe news of the dis
patch of British forces is spreading rapidly
and the rebels are dispersing.
London, Feb. H. Ten thousand copies
of the tiritt edition of tbe Queeu's diary
were sold the first day. A second edition
will be ready by tbe end of tbe month.
will publUh bis Impressions of America
along with tbe lootures be dellvcied while
In tbe United States.
TUB CONSKRVATIVK FOLICV.
The Times artiole blam a the Marquis of
Salisbury and Sir Stafford Nortbcote for
not boldly deolarluj tboir policv. After
referring to tbe unveiling of tbn bu-.t of
Beaconsfleld last evening at St. Stephen's
Club, It concludes by saying the nation I
left to look for a policy of tbe Conservative
party In the speeches of the Marquis of
tiaiUDury and Sir Staff ,rJ Northo )te and to
look in vain. ,
ON A WAR FOOTING.
London, Feb. 14.-A battery ol the first
brigade of artillery at Chatham bas been
placed on a full war footing for foreign ser
vice. DBVOUNCING TUB GOVERNMENT.
London, Feb. 14. A meeting attended
by 15.0J0 people was be d at Shefflold. The
M iy r presided. A resolution was adopt
ed deuouneing the Eyptlaa policy of tho
Government as a saerlfiua of the national
honor and prestige.
St. Petersburg, Feb. 14. -The tribes
of Merv have taken the oath of submission
and fidelity to Buosla.
London, Feb. 14. It Is reported; that a
mass of ice near the Caspian Sea, upon
which some-tUbermea were working, was
carried out to tb t sea. All the fishermen
are be.ieved to bave been drowned.
London, Feb. 14. It is announced tbat
tbe cable between llai Paoug and Saigon
bas been completed.
HAVN ISHl'MAMTT TO WO HAN.
Hakea Onr Rtroug-Minded Slater's Red.
Hot A Valentine.
St. Louis, Feb. 14. The Woman's
Suffrage Association met at tbe residence
of Mrs. Virginia L. Minor, president, No.
3311 Lucas avenue. There was a good at
tendance of male and female advocates
of the cause. Mrs. Minor occupied tbe
chair and Mrs. F. H. Inalls acted as
The first business tr:in-ncted was tbe
election of delegates to tbe National
Woman's Suffrage Association Convention
to be held at Washington, March 4, 6 and
6. Mrs. V. L. Minor, Mrs. F. H. Ingalls,
Mrs. Albeit Todd, Mrs. E. P. Johnson
and Mrs. Merrlwethar were chosen.
It was decided tbat the next meeting of
tbe society be held at the Pickwick theater
at some date hereafter to be announced by
There was some discussion on the aetlon
of Bepresentatlve Broad bead In voting
against appointing a committee of the
House to which all questions concerning
women's rights should be referred, and be
was denounced In round terms by the irate
ladies. Tbe matter ended by tbe adoption
of the following red-hot resolution:
Whereas, in fixing tbe ratio for Congres
sional representation women are counted
equally with men and therefore entitled to
be beard In all matters concerning their in
terst. Resolved, That we, tbe members of the
St. Louis National Woman Suffrage associ
ation, bave seen with surprise and Indigna
tion tbe aotlon of Representative Broad
bead In voting against tbe appointment of
a oommittee of tbe House to which all mat
ters concerning tbe Interests of women's
rights be referred, thus disregarding the
fundamental principal of the government
be has sworn to support in that be not only
occupies bis seat nn the basis of our repre
sentation, which representation has been
denied us by the State, but still further
extends the injustioe by virtually denying
us the right of petition, a right which ln
teres In every American cltlEen.
Resolved, That tbe secretary be instruct
ed to transmit to Col. James O. Broadbead
a copy of these resolutions.
A resolution was also passed expressing
regrets of the association at the death of
Dr. Woods of New York Sun, formerly fit
tbe Chronicle, who had always been a
warm advocate of woman's rights,
Mrs. Johnson made some eulogistio re
marks about the late Wendell Phillips.
The association was then entertained by
a very neat recitation by Miss Fannie
Mrs. J. B. Meeker read a very lengthy
but Interesting paper on "Woman in
Literature," and Mrs. Merrtwether deliv
ered a racy argument to show tbat Eve
was not tbe cause of Adam eating tbe apple
in tbe Garden of Eden.
After some Informal talk the meeting ad
journed. Tbe Demented Wife of a Nmall-Poz
Lancaster, Pa., Feb. 14. On Sunday
John Schwartz, living on one of the princi
pal streets ot tbls city, was sent to tbe bos
pilal Buffering from small-pox. His wife,
wbo bad been regarded as merely simple
minded, was sent with bim. Tbat night
sbo escaped from tbe hospital by Jumping
out of a aecotid-story window. Monday
morning she was found at ber home In the
garret reading a Bible and pleading tbat
she might not be burned, her idea being
that she would be consumed with ber
household goods because of Ibe oontaglous
disease. That afternoon she was again
taken to tbe small-pox hospital, from
which she again escaped tbree hours later.
She wandered through the streets, causing
tbe most intense excitement. Although tbe
bealtb commissioner put tbe polioe on her
track, she was not captured. Late In tbe
night she forced an entrance Into tbe house
of a neighbor named Kalrohert, and
would have been permitted to remain for
tbe night had she not Insisted on Bleeping
with Mre. Kalrohers. - The police were
sent for between IS and 1 o'clock. As soon
as she discovered the preeenoe of the police
the poor creature ran to tbe attic and
locked herself In, Whra the officers at
tempted to force the doer she orept out ot
a dormer window, from which she sprang
to the sidewalk, alighting on ber head.
She was pinked up almost lifeless and agate
resaoved to the hospital, where ebe now
lice is, a crtUseJ oeadltfcsl. J
Emma Uhlrs Death.
New York, Fib. 14. Mrs.; Emma
IJbler, made notorious last year by figuring
In a murder oase tbat made a great eanaa
tlon.fl died (from morphine poisoning la
New York. On March 19th last, Wllbui
H. Haverstlck, a broker, who lived with
tbls woman, was shot aad killed by Mrs.
Ubler's brother. Oeo. W. Conk ling,
a surveyor in tbe service of tbe Govern
ment. The latter, understsading that hie
sister bad been enticed away from ber bus
band by Haverstlck, visited rooms and
tried to Induce ber to leave her paramour.
Haverstlck coming In, a qairrel took plaoe
between bim and Cnnkllng. Tbe latter
drew a revolver ond shot the etber in the
abdomen. Havorstich died in a few hours.
Coukling was arretted, but was released en
ball, Mrs. Uliier then disappeared front
public view, and for some time was In the
West, but for tbe last three or four months
bas been living In various dlsreputab a
bouses In the Twenty-nlntb preolnct.
Conkling's ball was dismissed on aocouot
of tbe only witness (bis sister) being dead.
Palestine, Tex., Feb. 14. -The Inter
national pay-car had a narrow escape
Wednesday night. Tbe storm had blown
down tbe wires and two big tress across the
track near Crockett. Tbe engine pea late
tbe trees, smashing tbe boiler-beads, and
tumbling tbe oar off, giving Paymutel
Kreii and his olerks a terrible fright aad
A Texas lucenrtlary.
San Antonio, Tex., Feb. 14. Thomas
Carney, at Uvalde, has been arrested foi
incendiarism. His crime was committed
some two weeks ugo, destroying six bouses
and endangering the entire city.
Paralysed bj a Fait
Vandalia, III., F"b. 14.-Joon Swan, a
bridge carpenter, fell from the top of Hur
ricane Creek bridge, a distance of 30 feet,
receiving Injuries tbat will prove fatal.
The sbock completely paralysed him.
KCItlDE FOR I.OVE.
Ano ber Widow Tries to Kill IlerseU
Ilecstuse the Man She Loved
Baltimore, Feb. 14. Mrs. Eila Bohr
ing, a widow, a pretty brunette, respect'
ably connected aud living at No. 487 West
Baltimore street, went to Ibe plaoe of bus
iness of George Gamble a day or two ago
and demanded that be marry ber at onoe.
Gamble, who had been paying her some
attentioD, refused to keep tbe premise
which the young widow claims that bs
made. Then she got angry and tbey had s
scene which was witnessed by a crowd ol
bystanders. Finally tbe enraged woman
left, and going borne wrote a pathetlo ap
peal to Gamble, w bicb was alto Ignored.
Last night she bought
AN OUNCE OF LAUDANUM
and retired to ber chamber. She had been
seen to conceal the bottle as she entered tbt
ballwar, aud next morning the failure to
rise at tbe Usual hour excited muoh sui
plclon. The bed -room door was forced
and she was found stretched upon tbe bed,
wearing an evening costume sbe bad pur
chased in preparation for the marriage.
She bad taken tbe laudanum, butephy.
sician succeeded after six hour's work In
restoring ber to eonschunness. Gamble did
not appear at ail rcouiseiul, and, when
the widow, who is older than he, tent i
plea to him, he again refused to be a party
to tbe marriage. Mrs. Bebrlng says witb
stern emphasis tbat she will kill herself tbt
first chance she gets. She has two email
children and ber husband bas only been
dead a little over a year.
Froseu to Death In Dakota Terrific
Explosion ol KUro-tilyeerlne.
Mi.nneapoi.i8, Minn., Feb. 14. E,
Boss, aged 40, was frozen to death neat
INUaLED SMOKE AMD FLAMS.
Thomas Summers, a prisoner In the Jail
at Brteke. li i.-e, Minn., who inhaled
smoke and fiauie when the Jail burned,
BLOWN TO ATOMS.
By a terrifio explosion of nitro-glycerine
on February 1, near McKay's Harbor on
the Canadian Pacific, on the north shore of
Lake Superior, one man was blown to
pieces, another riddled with fcagmenta ol
flying rock, and a third so Injured tbat be
will lose tbe sight of both of bis eyes.
Wheat February $1 06 5 March
$109; April $1 UK May (1 141
June (1 15.
Corn February 63 X Maroh 4j
May tXH ; April 00V ; Juno 67.
T Cattle Receipts 7,600; dull,
exports $6 3007 00; good to t choice
$5 80(96 20; common to fair $5 200
Hogs Reoelpts 18,000; opened active.
10 eta blgcr; light $0 0007 25; rough pack
ing ,$8 70f37 20; heavy packing and
shipping $7 25Td7 80.
Wheat Februarv MX; Maroh 96;
May $1 01 ; June $1 03; April 96.
Corn February 64X; March 64X;
Mav 60; June 60V ; April 56 ; July
Oats February 83; Maroh 83; Mav
87; April 33.
PORK February $18 25; March
$18 27; May $18 50; June $18 60.
Lard February 99.2; March 9.95;
May 10.15010.17 June $10.25.
WHEAT-February $1071 March
$107 and later $107 a.; April $109
to $109; May $110 to $110; June
$1 09V; July $1 02 toll 02 ; year 99
Corn February 49; March 50950 V;
April 53 ft. I Mar 68 to 63;
Oats February 84 bj March 85 b.;
April 35 b May 86.
Cattle Receipts bo-J
weak; li) 0 lower on
Hooa-Beoelpt bead; mrkot
active and We higher; quality poor; tops,
$7 80; bulk sale Id 95(97 18.
Wheat end corn arrive quiet.
Wheat and con to arrive quiet
and steady. Couatry markets quiet.
Mark Lane Wheat and corn dull.
Spot wheat qmlet. No. I
soring Te lid. western winter 8s 2d.
Mixed Western 00 rn firm at 6s 24.
Demand atom OtsiUd K of lost
and Coatsttttrtoaw wheat and
EnEOUATIsai aad NEURALGIA have
lone enough ma riot ta tho hsusuut
They have tormented the human family and
defied the medical faculty ; from time oat of msnsorr
they have corrupted the blood, demoralised tbe Joints,
vexed the nerves, annulled the moacks and iaoka4
the brain with wearying pain.
"ATHXornoRoa" is the enemy ot Bheumv
Usm and Neuralgia, repairs their damages, renevm
the blood, eaaea tlie Joints, calma the nerves, aoothea
the muscles, gives net and peace to the troubled
train, and ensures delightful sleep.
" atbxopboros Is a new remedy, hut It has
been abundantly tried. From far and near come tes
timonial from well-known persons who had ions'
been sufferer. It has turned their diseases oot II
bas cured them. That ia all, and that la enough,
" Athlophobos" can do for you what
it has done for those sufferers. It can
drive out your Rheumatism and Neuralgia,
and will do bo if you give it a fair trial.
" Atulofhobos " has by this time had such a
good trial all over the country tbat Its true work ts
known, and Its true character proved.
"Athlophobos" means " Prize-Bearer ; "
"Victor;" "Conqueror" It carries off the prise as
Tiotob over the attacks of tbeae terrible inaladlea,
and Corqckhob of tbe frightful agonies their vie.
tuns have endured. Not a mere temporary retlef,
but a permanent, enduring, and triumphant ours.
II yon cannot get Athmphoros of your arog-.
gist, we will send It express paid, on receipt ot
regular price one dollar per bottle. We prefer
that you buy It trom your druggist, but it be
haant It, do not be persuaded to try something
else, but order at once trom us as directed.
ATHLOPHOBOS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW TORI.
IttSSIlSSSIHIS.-IIS . ft. ....III.IMMII..S
Pipe smoking Is the real tost ot a tobacco.
It te the regal way of smoking. You get
more directly at the flavor and fragranoe.
You take the smoke cooler, and the tonic
cleanlier and safer. Pipe smoking la
smoking reduced to a fine art
The more the question of adulterated
tobacco forces itself on the attention of
smokers, the mora desirable It becomes
to know precisely what yon are smoking.
In BlackweU's Bull Durham Hmoking To
bacco yon have a guarantee,
1 1 Si ways, tnas ia natuiva
JL I own unadulterated product
I Its fragrance, flavor, and
I unaurpaned quality, are de-
nvea irom ine sou ana sir.
Try it, and you will be
iii. None genuine with
out trademark ot the Bull.
All successful Fishermen and Sports
men smoke BlackweU's Bull Durham
Hmoking Tobaooo, and tbey enjoy lb
J-Ym E. INCE,
Manufacturer and Dualor In
6th Street, between Com'l Ave. ud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL kinds op AMUNITION.
Cafe Repaired. All Kinds ol Kevs Made.
MS. B. SMITH.
SUBSET A. SMITH.
Grand Central Store.
OIHO. - - XIAj.
The Kegnlar Cairo & Faducah Daily
Str. GUS FOWLER.
HENRY E. TAYLOR, Master.
UKOiiUE JOBEo, Clerk.
Leaves Paducah for Cslro dally (Sandays except
ed) at 8 a. m , aud Mound City at 1 p. m. Return
ing, leaves Cairo at4p.m.;Moami City at 5 p.m.
Nashville, Fadncali 4 Cairo U. S. Mail
For Paducah, SmlthUnd, Dyersbnrg, Fddjrrille,
I'antou, I'over, Clarksvllle and Nashville,
sai B. S. RHEA.
Leaves every Monday morning at 10 o'clock a.m.
iSa V. H. CHEBBY.
WM. 8TR )NO Master.
FELIX UKA3TY... -..-.-.Clerk.
Leav r evorv Fr dT mornltiB at 10 o'ctocs-, mak
ing clo-e connections st Nashville with to L.
N. H. It. and N. AC H K for all points onib.
with '.he Upper Curab rland Packit Co.. Air all
points for the (Tpper Cumberland. For frslxht or
passage apply on board or to W. F. UmoulB,