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Chronic Dlar. .
Impurity of th
Blood, Fever and
and all Diseases
2 caused by De
rangement of Liver, Bowels and Kidney.
iTMPTOMS OP A DISEASED LIVER.
Bad Breath ; Pain in the Side, sometimes the
pain ia felt under the Shoulder-blade, mistakea for
kheumatiim ; general lott of appetite; Bowel
traerallv costive, sometimes alternating with lax;
the head is troubled with pain, ia dull and heavy,
with coruiderable lota of memory, accompanied
with a painful sensation of leaving undone something;
which ought to have been done; a alight, dry cough
and flushed face ia aometiinet an attendant, oftea
miitaken for consumption; the patient complaint
of weariness and debility ; nervoua, easily itartled;
feet cold or burning, aometiniet a prickly actuation
of the ikin exists; spirits are low and despondent,
and, although satisfied that exercise would be bene,
fecial, yet one can hardly aummon up fortitude to
try it in fact, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the disease, but caaea
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet
examination after death has thowo the Liver to
Lav been extensively deranged.
It hould be uaed by all persons, old aad
, young, whenever any of the above
Parsons Traveling or Living In Fn.
healthy Localities, by uking a dte occasion
ally to keep the Liver in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria, HUloua attack, Dimness, Nau
sea, Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, etc. It
will invigorate like a glass uf wine, but la uo In.
If Ton have eaten anything hard of
digestion, or feel heavy after meals, or sleep
le at night, take a dose and you will be relieved.
Time and Doctor' Bill will be saved
by always keeping the Itrgulator
In the Ilnuael
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
ate purgative, alterative and tonlo can
never be out of place. The remedy is liarmle
and doe not Interfere with business or
IT IS PURELY VEfiETABI.E,
And has all the power and efficacy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injuruxa after effects.
A Governor' Testimony.
Simmons Liver Regulator has been in use In my
family fcr some time, and I am satisfied it is a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J. Gill Smostii, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander II. Stephens, of Ga.,
says: Have derived some benefit from the use of
Simmons Liver Regulator, and. wish to give it a
"The only Tiling that never fall to
Believe." I have used many remedies for Dys
pepaia. Liver Affection and Debility, but never
have found anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmons l-iver Regulator has. I sent from Min
nesota to Georgia it it, and would send further for
such a medicine, and would advise all who are sim
ilarly affected to give it a tri.,1 as it seems the only
thing that never fails to relieve
P. M. Jannsv, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. Vf. Mason says: From actual ex
perience In the use of Simmons Uver Regulator in
any practice I have been and am satisfied to use
and prescribe it aa a purgative medicine.
t9Take only the Genuine, which always
has on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Blgnature of J. U. ZEILIN CO.
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riwii ai urn ma gicab vmuctu
and St. Louis Triumphs!
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The New York Dude,
Sir Ohauncv Trip.
In J. A. Fareir Whirlwind f Fan, entitled
"A FRIENDLY TIP,"
supported by powerful ccmedy organisation nn
dar the sole management of
Wm. W. Kelly.
IVSecnr yonr aett esrly and avoid the rush.
Beeerved seats at Buder's. Popo r priest: tS,
SO and 75 cent. Nj extra charge far reserved
A New and complete Hotel, fronting o. Levee
Second and Bailroad Streets,
Tb Passenger Depot of th Chicago, 8t. Loo It
and ew Orleans: Illinois Central; Wabaeu. Ht.
Lonl and Pacific; Iron Mountain and Soothera,'
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. Loan Railway
r all Jnst across the ctreet; while the Steamboat
Landing 1 bat one square distant,
Tbfo Hotel I heated by steam, hu steam
Laundry, Hjdraullc Elevator, Klectrle Call Bell.
Automatic Flre-Alarms, Bath, absolutely pur air,
psrtectsewsrags and complete appointment.
Baperb furnishings; perfect service; and an M
see lied table.
U. P. PARKBB no.. Lessee
DAILY OA TIRO
Houses Filled With Human Beings
Go Down Before the Flood.
Hen, Women and Children Looked ia
(the Gold Embrace of a
The White ring of the Relief Baal See
Everywhere and Needed Every
Z. where Incident ol tke flood.
Cincinnati, O., Feb. 15. At 10 a. in.
tUe river hail receded seven Inchc fruu
the highest point reached yesterday.
A TERRIBLE DISASTER.
A tsrrlble disaster occurred at tb
southwest corner of Pear
ad Ludlow street tbls morning at iour
o'clock, In whli'h nine people are known to
bar lost tbelr live. The rear portion of
two tbree-story brick buildings, occupied
by thirty-five tenant and run by George
Oyster aud Robert Kyle ai boarding
bouiei, fell In wltb a terrible
crash, burying beueata the brick
aad tlmbrt a number of tbe Inmate who,
If Dot killed outright, were held under the
debris until drowned, tbe flood it tbat cor.
nr being several feet deep. Police, lol
diets and every one who oould
t a boat rusbed to the scene
Immsdlataly. Tbe loud screams of women
made the situation mors horrible. Two
women wore taken from the second-story
window more dead than alive from fright.
The beard the building giving away,
and tried to arouse tbe other
tenant. By tbe dim ll'ht of lanterns the
polio worked, assisted by tbe firemen
wbe bid beta brought to tbe scene by tbe
alarm having been sounded. There is
knows to have been killed, In Kyle's
boardlng-bouse, John W. Kyle, ion 'a'
Ut proprietor, Slbbie Colter aged l
Maude Ellis, aged 19, a domestic.
James Ogden, aged 20, a teamster.
In Oyster's boarding house the Winker
family were killed.
Barney Winker, the father, aged 6b.
airs. Winker, his wife, aged 60.
Too. Burke, a son-in-law,
Mr. Lena Burke, hi wife, ated 22.
William and Loula Burke, hi two chil
dren, aged 2 and 4.
Of those that were saved there were about
fifteen women and children.
SEARCHING THE RUINS.
Two bodies have been recovered those
of old man Winkler and a woman not yet
identified. Soldlars, polios and volunteers
sis pulling the rubbish away. They have
to work is tbe water, which is very cold.
Tbe crowd la kept back by tbe water. Re
lative lobbing and wringing hands add to
th horror of tbe scene.
Four mors bodies have Just been recov
red, but not yet Identified,
Cikcikkati, Feb. 15. The great flood
thus far has been almost barren of incident.
Llfesavtag parties wars organized In every
izpossd quarter and tbey watched for
danger and compelled people : leave tbelr
homes. In Newport a babe was born
while tbe water was up to tbe tops of tbe
chairs tn the room where tbe mother lay.
In the Mill Creek Valley on Wednesday
olgbta rescuing party called on an old raau
to leave bis borne, which was almos
afloat. He refused to go. They said:
"Tour house will fall on you and kill
The old man turned In bla bed be was
an Irishman eighty years old and said;
'Bejabers, let It fall, thin."
Tbey uaed foroe and removed bim.
In. Newport the scenes are exciting,
though not nuoh has been said. Those
who witnessed the incident have been too
busy to tell about them, but the Mayor of
Hswport made Tony Gaatrlght a aort of
Chief ol Polloe over tbe neet of row-boats
a tbe wateis. Oastright ia an Iron worker,
aa eothuslaatlo field sportsman, and a
Han or dauntless bravery.
. It was sport to bim. lie ia a fine oars
man. His duty was to arrest boatmen for
overcharge and Jal 1 them. It was danger
ous to resist bla, and a few arrests left
htm master of tbe situation. On tbe Cin
eianarl lid it was fun alive to see tbe line
of boats starting out overloaded with peo
ple tor the suapenaion bridge and vet swept
by tb suirent down the street tbey were
creasing nd be compelled to worry back.
Overloading was a thing to which
pssssagsrs objected. "I'll get
ouV of this If you put another
person on," was an expression often
beard, bow at the entrance of tbe suspen
sion bridge, at Pearl and Vine and at Pearl
Walnut streets, the two starting points of
tbe ferry to the bridge. At tbe bridge the
orowd of boats was tremendous. Tbey
filled the whole width of the approaoh and
extended back two or three boat lengths.
The only way for a boat to gst In or out of
tbls JoBji was to wait its chance and slide
out or Is. Soms of the boats tbat kept up
the connection between Clnolnnati and the
suspension bridge were great scows
in which fifty to seventy-five people
were plasod all of them standing, and taken
back and forth. These were run by the
Bridge Company and tbey had the exclusive
ua of Walnut street. Their fare for ferry
was 8 osnts per passenger. Yesterday their
starting place was on Walnut street quite a
distance above Pearl street. Vine street
was given up to tbe skiffs, on which tbe
fare was 10 cents. One scene ever present
at the entranee of the bridge was tbe beer
boats, trsnsfsrring beer kegs to wagons to
be taken over tbe river. These beer boats
and beer wagons were over present. Pro
vision boats were also abundant, but they
were less heavily laden. Tbe associated
charities' boat, with Its white fl.ig, was
always in sight, no matter where one might
The scenes of the sccident had to be
reached by ths fireman by boats in a swift
current of water. The moon and the Ian
tern afforded the only light. Few specta
tor were present, as tbe city waassleep.
In tbe portion of the bouse tbat did not fall
were the frightened inmates. Tbe people
in the adjacent houses were awakened, and
all these mads the air horribly vocal with
cries of alarm and dlstrecs.
The shouts of ths fireman, commanding
"Bring that boat further dowul Up
with ladder No. 1, quick I There, don't
you see that woman I Take her out I Look
outl Don't go to that window I The wall
shakes tbsrs I" Ths firemen, amid all
this turmoil, their ears ringing wltb stifled
cries for help, moans and shrieks, went
coolly about their work snd took out tbe
living, whom thoy sent to No. 10 Engine
House, only a squars off snd was clear
sbovs water. At the snglns home were
neart-rendlng sosnes. Tbere was Mrs.
Kyis, ths rescued mother, cry lug for her
son Willis, who was still In the ruins.
"Oh, WJpUi Bs'a PinMd fast. Woa'l
eomabody get him out No, be is not
dead. Bes; he's bene. Oh, if be had on.
ly died a natural death I could boar It."
Mr. Kyle, tbe busuaud, then came la with
out Willie to comfort his wife, but she
WOULD NOT BH QUIETED.
At last the father broke down and want
and leaned up against an engine wheel aad
sobbed till everybody In the engine bouse
shed tear with bim. Tbere were twp lit
tle children of Mr. and Mrs. Barmy
Winkler. They bad keen resoued In their
night olothes, and tbeir father and mother
were burled In the ruins. Tbe little boy
and girl, neither of them above ten years
old, realised tbe situation and thsy wept
as If tbelr little heart would
break. Mrs. Webb was there too. Shi
had been resoued unhurt. She said, "I
heard the b mte craoking and cracking all
night. It kept mo awake. I did not tbliiK
of danger, yet I couldn't seep. At last It
began to go with a cra.h, and I ran. When
It fell I crawled out; I don't know bowl
did get out. A fireman took me, and here
I am." At tbe building the police and the
water patrol Joined In the rescue.
Tbe occupants of tbe bouse say they cull
ed tbe attention of the owner last summer
to the weaknesa of the rear wall, but It was
not repalrsd. One of them thinks the
wooden lintel over tbe rear cellar door was
broken by tbe effect of the water, and so
let tbe rear wall open.
The body of Tbos. Burck was recovered
shortly before noon. It was crushed
Tbe accident has spread terror among tbe
occupants of similar old buildings In the
flooded districts. As many as can do so
are getting out to safe quaitera.
Tbe disaster is Increased in borror by the
discovery of two more bodies not hitherto
known to have been among the vlotlms.
Mr. and Mrs. Wlnkelmter have been taken
from tbe ruins and Identified. Tbe search
is still In progress for the others.
Cincinnati, Feb. 15. More houses
were swept away at Newport last night;
more tbao balf of Lawreaoeburg is wreck
ed. Tbere it great suffering from tbe cold.
Tbe river ber Is falling an luch an hour;
It is falling S inches an hour at Portsmouth,
100 miles up. Many wild schemes are pro
posed to prevent the recurrence of damage
from future floods. Relief is oomlug in
bravely. Twelve relief boats patrol tbe
river from various points; four are from
FIFTREN THOUSAND PEOPLE
were fed in Newport this morning, and as
man) more in Cinclunatl. The Lifkiug
burst through back of Covington lust
night, inuudatlng 100 aores, thickly set
tled. People fled to tbe seoond stories
and now have to get food and fuel
by skiff. Tbere will be muoh suffering
until tbe system of relief is fully or
ganized. Springfield, O., to-day placed $13,000
in tbe bands of the Cincinnati committee
for relief up the river. Colonel Beckwltb,
U. S. A., bands over flO.OOO Government
funds. Tbe Cincinnati committee recom
mends tbat all contributions be sent to tbe
commission In Columbus.
Cincinnati, Feb. 19. At 10 a.m. tbe
river is 70 fet 8 Inches and falling. The
following are advices from other points:
Pittsburg, 20 feet 9 inohes and rising;
Gallipolts, the river has fallen 14 Inches
since last night; Brownsville, 16 feet 11
inches; Illnton, 7 fest 1 Inches; Charles
ton, 20 feet, rising; Louisville 45 feet 8
inches, rising; vanaville46 feet 9 inches;
Oil City, 18 feet, rising; Wheeling 29 feet
6 Inches, ruing.
Pittsburg, Feb. 15 A speclsl from
tbe Iron City relief crew, dated Steuben
vllle, O., says: "Tbe boat stopped at
Phllllsse Island, 86 miles out,
at midnight, The boat came down
cautiously feeling ber way
as the flood had swept away the Govern
ment signal lights making navigation dan
gerous. At New Cumberland where the first steps
was made this morning 114 taousis have
been washed sway. At this point tbe looal
committee Is doing good work. No press
ing need for help. Great desolation on
either bank is notioed. Houses, barns,
furniture and almost everything gone from
a once prosperous village and surround
ing farms. Boats are now tied up.
(load In she Hadaon.
Troy, N. Y., Feb. 15. An Ice gorge
formed at Van Wels Point, Coey mens, last
night and caused tbe Hudson at tbls point
to rise at the present time five feet above
tbe steamboat docks and still rising. The
water is now within two feet of the high
water mark of March 8th, 1870. People In
West Trey on the east side of Broadway
are flooded out and work Is suspended in
James Roy as Go's saw-mill
at Port Schuyler. Tbe arsenal
and boulevard are Inundated.
Travel is temporarily suspended on the
turnpike and railroad passing that locality.
Several store houses on this side of the river,
and many dwellings are flooded. The
Delaware and Hudson bridgs la en
dangered. At Lawrencebnrsr.
Lawrsnckburo, Ind., Feb. 15. Tbe
losses to property by the wind storm of
Wednesday and by tbe floods will foot up
to $400,000. Nine Inches more water would
have flooded tbe floor of the highest located
bouse In the city. The cold weather, al
though welcome as stopping the rise, brings
much suffering to those living In cars and
other places where they cannot build fires.
Louisville, Feb. 15. Tbe river has
been on a stand all day, and the situatlou
remains unchanged. Oen. Saxton, with
tbe steamer Maltle Hays, went down tbe
river this forenoon with government sup
plies tor the destitute In the flooded dis
tricts. At Cairo.
Cairo, HI., Feb. 15. Ths river at 1 p.
m. Is 19 feet one Inoh and rising very slow
ly. The weather is clear and cold. Re
ports from above this morning strengthen
tbe belief that ths river will not reach lust
Noon at Evnnavllle,
Evansvillk, Ind., Feb. 15. The river
rose 2 Inches in tbe last twtelve hours, and
is now 47 feet on the guage. Tbero Is a
hopeful feeling. The weather Is clear and
Larare Shipment of Supplies,
Cleveland, Feb. 15. Large shipments
of supplies wsrs made this morning to
Bellalre, Portsmouth, Ironton. Ualllpolls
Forwarded from Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, Feb. 15. The amount
thus far forwarded for tbe relief of tbe
flood sufferers Is $8,750,
Pittsburo, February 15. The river is
D feet and rlsJac . the weather is clear
ALL FOR HARMONY.
Meatingfof the Exeoutira Committee of
the Regular Bepnblioan
Resolutions I.ooktue; to On I ted Action
I All FsMilion and latere.
St. Louis, F-b. 15. At five o'olock
yesterday afternoon a meeting of the Exe
cutive committee of tbe Rular Rnpub loan
State Committee, was held at 2700 Cliesnut
street. It was attended by six of the nine
members of tao committee and two others
endorsed their action by telegraph.
Tbe following resolutions were unan
imously adopted, also one Inviting leading
Republicans and newspaper men of tbe
State to attend tbe meeting called tor the
11 th of Marob:
Resolved, Tbat this committee In tbe In
terest of the unity and harmony of the par
ty, will cot ralae In tbls meeting, nor dis
cuss past differences, but will defer to tbe
voloe and will of the party, and to lta gen
eral Interests, as Is now plainly manifest.
R"SoWed, Tbat tbls committee respect
fully acknowledges tbe receipt of the offi
cial communication of the Committee of
Twenty-eight appointed by tbe Silk Stocktng
city convention of Oct. 18, 1883, with the
report of said committee, embracing the
basii of agreement submitted by the sub
committee of the conflicting Republican
committees, and a proposition for Joint ac
tion unanimously agreed upon by each
committee aud by resolution re
ferred to this oommittoe and tbat
tbe same be duly acknowledged.
Resolved, That said report and basis of
Joint action therein proposed Is hereby
Resolved, Tbat the same be communi
cated as tbo sense of tbls committee to the
commute of which lion. R. T. Van Horn
is chairman, and tbat James F. Beach,
Enr. , be and is hereby appointed to pre
seutibeiam in person to said Van Horn
as the representatives of the wing of the
party, which bis committee represented
to tbe end tbat boib wlns and all factions
of the party may unite agreeably to tbe
manifest desire of tbe great majority of the
Republicans and of the Republican press
throughout tbe State, and of tbe resolu
tions and action of the Republican Com
mittees of St. Louis, that, thereby both
committees shall surrender tbelr trusts to
tbe whole party assembled under .a Joint
call and thus submit to the whole party in
such a popular and representative conven
tion all questions pertaining to the party.
Resolved, That such a course is due In
order tbat the whole party may consult,
discuss and tuthi rttively and decisively dis
pose of all oonflu; - hat but one set of dele
gates may reau t. Itavi and National, and
but one representative reoognized State
Committee tbat will be respected as coming
from tbe whole and not a part of tbe party.
Resolved, Tbat tbe best interests of the
party demand tbat all and every personal
interest and conflicts or contests shall be
subordinated to lbs gein r;ii interest, and
submitted to the will, voice, vote and de
cision of the whole party.
Resolved, Tbat we oonour In the state
ments and averments of facts made In the
letters of the throe distinguished
Jurists, Judge Krum, presiding officer
of tbe Jefferson City Convention and
Committeeman at large of tbe Van Horn
Committee; Judife liombauer, an earnest
representative of the Silk Stocking element,
and Judge Gotucbalk, a delegate to tbe
Jefferson City Convention, and Mr. John
Krauss, a member of the old Silk Stoc king
Committee, concerning the regularity of
tbe Republican City Committee eleoted un
der aud by virtue of tbe resolutions and
orders of tbe Jotutly-oalled and representa
tive City Republican Convention of Feb
ruary 26tti , 1879, and tbe successive calls of
tbe several oily committees elected there
under. Ri-solved, Tbat the secretary, H. N.
Webb, of said Van Horn Committee, be
officially notified of tbe aotlon of this com
mittee, and also tbe several members of
Resolved, Tbat as no aotlon has been
taken by a single oounty or district In the
state, responsive to tbe Van Horn call, no
complication has thereby ecsued that cin
prevent Joint action.
R 'solved, Tbat Joint action will secure
unity, harmony and suooess.
Risolved, That separate aotlon will con
tinue division, disorganisation and de
feat. Resolved, That party oommlttees are but
tbe servants of tbe party and should heed
the will and Interests of the party.
Resolved, That a meeting of tbe whole
committee be called to meet tn St. Louis,
at Central Turner Hall, on Tuesday, March
11, 1884, at 10 o'clook, a.m., to receive
the report from tbe Van Horn committee,
and prepared for Joint aotlon with said
committee pursuant to the proposition of
tbe Committee of Twenty-eight, and of
these resolutions, and further to take such
action as the situation and 'exigencies may
By order of Executive Committee.
CBAUNCEY I. FlLLEY.
Jambs T. Beach,
Drny the Assertion.
Kkw York, Feb. 15. It is stated on the
authority of F. P. Freeman that the publi
cations In tbls morning's newspapers cred
iting Vanderbllt with holding the control
ling Interest In the West Shore railroad, Is
absolutely untrue. He does not own a
dollars worth of tbe securities. Tbe offi
cials also deny tbe asertlou.
Jennie Menard' Myaterlons Deatb.
Rich Hill, Mo., Feb. 15. Tbe case of
Jeunie Menard, wbo died from the effects
of an abortion, has been reported to the
mayor and will bo investigated, and is
creating much comment. Dr. Allen, wbo
was called to see tbe girl shortly before hor
death, reported the case.
Help From Qnlncy.
Qoincy, III., Feb. 11. A movement has
been sat on foot to raise contributions of
money and supplies for the flood sufforers,
snd the city will beoanvass d at once. Tbe
Masons are raising a large amount of money
to aid the sufforers.
It Was Loaded, of Course.
Vandalia, III., Feb. 15. Boyd Mat
thew was fooling with a loaded revolver,
when It accldently went off, the ball enter
ing his band, ploughing upward and lodg
ing tn the forearm.
Chureh and Sehool Bois Burned.
Cuicaoo, Feb. IS. A special from Han
cock, Mich., saysi Tbe Catholic church
and school house wers destroyed by are.
Four hundred pupils attended ths scboeL
Loss not stausf.
St. Petkhiburo. Feb. IS. Ths fc. IS.
lersburg Journal, discussing lubmlssioaot
tbe tribes of Mery, sayss "Russia's rela
tions with Englaud are based vpoS tk mu
tual recognition and Just 'pprectttieb of
sach other's Interests, which are perfsotly
WHAT THE OBRMAX PRESS SAYI. "
London, Feb. 15. Tbe 0erasn prsss
says tbe submission of ths tribes of Merf M
Russia Is worse for England than the disss-tt-rs
in tbe Soudaa. It comments upon Us
remarkable success of tbe Russia poller in
Central Asia, which Is always directed
against England. If tbe Russians should
stand again before the walls of Constanti
nople The Kugllsb would be dlssblsd from
comtuiindlng tbem to halt, as they did lO
1878. Russia will beoome the Immediate
neighbor of British India, and will bs sMs
at any tuomsut to create s dlsturhsnos us
Northern India. Not only Affhaalstao Is
betwee n Russia and India, fee (rottlsr
tribes are always rady te Invade ths risk
Indluu provinces if their rear is osvsrsd,
and this Russia csn now guarantee.
SCaiko, Feb. 15. JfubarPashs, ths prims
minister, has received the following tail
gram from Geo. Gordon: "Lj am see a lag
down tbe river many women and ohlldri a
from Korosky. Send some klnd-bsartsd
European to meet tbm," Esglsad has
refused Gen. Sir Evelyn Weed's proposal
to sauctiou tbe co-operation of the Egyptian
army in the relief of Tokar for tb rssson
tbat tbls army was raised for the defense
of Egypt outside of the ' loudan. Inglaad
approves, however, the dispatch of ths
Ettyptiau battalion, furnisbtd with Xnjilsh
officers, to Assonan, If this proves aSoss
sary, The expedition for the relief of
Tokar bas started for Suez. Tbe last trans
port leaves Sues Monday, carrying Gel,
Graham, tbe supreme oommander of tie
ACTIVITY AT TBE NAVY YARDS.
London, Feb. 15. la consequence of
instructions received from lbs admiralty a
large number of addlonal Bands were
entered at tbe Chatham Dck Yards, ths
authorities being desirous of completing
all armor plated vessels now In course et
construction. Extraordinary activity pre
vails In sll departments. M-any men ars
working overtime daily. The number
employed Is greatly in excess of tbe usual
on time peace.
rat Dyer In JalL
Jefferson City, Feb. 15. Pat Dyer,
the man wbo stabbed George 8toin at Els
ton, In tbls oounty, reported In our dis
patches, has been lodged la Jail. His pre
liminary exsminatlon will take lace be
foie Justice Wagner of this city.
Wheat February $1 OS; PMaroh
$109; April $112; May H 1M
June $1 15 K.
Cokn February fi3V; Maroh M;
May 80X b; April 65V b; June 6Tb.
Cattle Receipts 5,000; steady,
exports W25i0 75; good to toholoe
$80dl5; common to fair 25Ti
Hoos Receipts 16,000; opened quiet.
10 c:s lower; HghtW 60(37 15; rough pack
ing $6 700715; heavy packing aad
shipping $7 20O7 75.
Wheat February MM; March MMiaft
May $1 01'; June $1 0U; April 90.
Corn February 54 V Maroh M
Mav COX; June 60 X; April 56; Jaly
Oats February 83 ; Maroh 88K; Mar
37K; April 83!f.
Pork February 918 80 1 Maroh
$18 80; May l 57X; Jun (IS 67X.
LARD-Fio.uirv 9-95; March 9.9TX;
. sjc Lotus.
WHEAT-February 91 07 H b; Marsh
$1 OTXb.; April $1 09 X b.; May SI 11
to U11V; closing at $111 June
$1 107, ; July $1 08. and later fl 08 a;
year 100 b.
CORN February 50; Maroh 09 j
April 01K May N to 0S
JuneS; July 55V b.
Oats February 85 b; Maroh 85 b.;
April 85 b; May 80 b. ; June 88 b;
year 29 b.
BCTTER-Recetpt 47,178 ths. Fair de
mand from local dealers for oholoe dairy
and selected roll, and values steady and un
changed. Medium and low grades In ex
cessive offering and dull and nominal.
Sales of Creamery were at 80113 J forabeloe,
to 31(335 for fancy; Dairy at la323 for
choice, to 27 for selections; lbOSI for prime
to choice, 12016 for fair, and 8(310 for low
Eoos Receipts 607 pkgs. Lower at 38o
Poultry Choice, (light to medium
weight) Turkeys sold fairly at 18o V th,
butlaigeand rough rather slow at It'll
12. Ctilckens were mors plentiful, and
sold a little lower Choice large $8 TS, mtd
lum, $3 23(33 50, and small and rough $3
50(33. Geese quiet at 3'37, and duoks at
i'6Cii, according to alxe and condition.
Live stock slower sale but unchanged In
prloe. Quite. Chickens $3 00(98 60;
Turkey !t8 3 16. Geese $806, and Duoks
Cattle Export steers $6 40(38 75; good
to heavy do $5 90O6 75; oommon to medi
um uative H 60O5 25; light to good stock
era $3 76(94 SO; fair to good feeders $4,750
6 25; common to choice native oows and
belters $3 U504 50; loallawags of any kind
$2 60O8 00. :
Sheep Common, medium A light $3 250
4 00: fair to good $4 2B(S4 76 (prime $4 869
4 75; fair to good Texan S3 90(34 SO.
Hons Receipts 5,878 bead, alno Nov.
1, 485,667 against 448,094 same time last
year. Weak at a decline; common mixed
to good packing $8 6007 25; $6 6VV36 90 for
Yorkers, and $707 00 for butchers to ex
tra. Kansas City-
CATTLHReoelpta 1,818 kad market
Arm at yesterday's decline.
Hoos-Reoelpt 4,670 hsad; market
dull at 5 SlOo iwr than yesterday; not
many sold, yet good bsavy selling at S7 IS;
no oommon or medium sold yet.
Wheat and oorn arrtvt dull.
Wheat to arrive dull; eoru to arrive
quiet. Country markets quiet.
Mark Lane Wheat 'and corn dull.
Spot whsat qulst. No. S
soring 7s lid. western winter 8s 3d.
Mixed Western oorn dull at 6s 2d.
Demand . from United Kingdom
aud Continent dull for wheat
Ijes of PAIN
RHEUMATISM ud NEURALGIA Bavw
( leaMUBraartola tauhaamaa
They have tormented toe human tanulT and
defied the medical faculty ; from tlm oat of mssncrr
they have oarrnptad tbe blood, oomorauasd ttw Xante,
vexed tb nerves, agonized tb muaclta and raokaa
the brain wltb wearyina; pain.
" Athlofhorob " la the enemy ot wtumma.
ttam and Neuralgia, repair their damages, renews
the blood, ease the Joints, caiina the nervea, soothes
the muscles, give runt and peace to the troubled
taain, and ensures delightful sleep,
MATHUrHOBoa"ls anew remedy, tottthu
been abundantly tried. From far and near eotn tea.
Mmonlal from well-known persons who had lonsr
been sufferers. It hu turned their diseases oat It
has oared them. That la all, and that la noacb.
"Athlofhobos" can do for yon what
it has done for those sufferers. It can
drive out vour Rheumatism and Neuralgia,
and will do so if you give it s fair trial.
Athlofhobos'' has by this time had such a
rood trial all over tbeormntry that it true work Is
' known, and lta true character proved.
"Athlofhobos" means Prize-Bearer;"
"Victor; " Oonqoeror." It carries off the prlaa as
Tiotob over the attack of tbea terrible r-lvlW,
and OoxQuaiioa of the frightful agonies tbetrvlo.
tlms have endured. Mot a mere temporary relief,
bat permanent, enduring, and triumphant core.
If you cannot get Athlofhorob of your drug
gist, we will send It express paid, on receipt ot
regular price one dollar per bottle, We prefer
tbat you boy it from your druggist, but If its
haunt It, do not be persuaded to try something
else, but order at once from as as directed,
XTHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW TOM.
iHiHimsssisssias . .........si.....
Pipe smoking is the real teat of a tobacco.
It is tbe regal way of smoking. Ton get
more directly at the flavor and fragrance.
Yon take the smoke cooler, and tbe tonic
cleanlier and safer. Pipe smoking 1
smoking reduced to a fine art
Ths more th question of adnltarsstd
tobaoco forces ltseaf on th attention of
smokers, the more desirable It beooms
to know precisely what yon are smoking.
In BUckwell's Bull Durham Bmoking To
baoco you have a guarantee.
i always, mat n is naiure-a
Jk I own unadulterated product
W I Its frsgranos, flavor, and
I unsurpassed Quality, are de-
nvea irom tne sou ana air.
Try it, and you will beaet
UAtd. None genuine with
out trade-mark of th BulL
All suooesaful Fishermen and Sports
men smoke IilackweU's Bull Durham
Bmoting Tobaoco, snd they enjoy U.
Jrl. E. INCB,
Manufacturer and Dealer tn
6th Street, between Cora'l Ave. ud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMCMTION.
; Safes llesalred. All Kinds ol Kev Mad.
tel. B. SMTH.
XUBSBT a. surra.
Grand Central Store.
Tke Begnlar Cairo & Paducah Daily
Str. GUS FOWLER.
HENRY E. TAYLOR, Master.
UEUUOB JOBEb, Clerk.
Leave Padncah for Cairo daily (Sunday except,
ed) at Bi.ii., and Mnnnd City at 1 p. m. Return
Ing, leave Cairo at 4 p.m. ; Mound City at S p.m.
Nashville, Fadacab ft Cairo U. 8. Vail "
For Paducah, Smlthland, Dyersburg, Fddyvlll.
Cantou, Dover, Clarksvllle and Nashville,
52a B. 8. RHEA.
.-a T,T.S? -....Master.
u&u. iiuoKa .....Clers.
Leaves every Moudey morning at 10 o'clock a.sa.
S".W. H. CHERBY.
WM. STRONB ,
Leaver ever Fr'dsy morning tt 10 o'clock-, sntk
IP'?10; ronnectlons at Nashville with tk L. a
IS Sr n mil si A r u u . ,, . . . .
with the Cpper Ctimb- rlnd Packet Vm for alt
points for the Upper Cumberland. For freight o
jj-' ww n.ar. adtsaaaias