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"WEDNESDAY, FEB1 V 20.
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FRIDAY, FE1UIUAKY 22.
Tbo Popular Youn; Actor,
Mr. James O'Neill,
ns "Edmund Dantii," with Mr. Juo. i-tttnon'a
Originally or.anizcd under Mr. Stet
son's managcmoint for Booth's
Theatre, New York.
Dumas' Great Play of
With the following Stars Cast:
Mr. Frt!rl Di-Bullovlllo, Mr. Forrcet Robinson,
iWr. Ouo. C. Ilonlrnoi, Mr. J. V. Melton,
Mr. Jrimnn Taylor, Mr J. W. Hhannon,
Mr. Horace l.nwln, Mr J. L. Carhnrt,
Mr. .1. Hwlnhurne. MImh Kniilu Ulnlr,
MIbh Antilii lloudinot. MixR Itmma smih,
Mliu Mnrjoriu Dntiner. Mia tlarrlu Nojn,
JOntlfH Now Pccnprr, painted hr Win.
i01'?!1 'uHn? Jo;.-"w. l'rmmly artiitr) of
Iloothyrhvulre. IW-Omnd Kim'lntlo ffeo t and
Reervid Soati at Budor'n lovo,ry (tore, Doori
open at 7. Commence at 7: 15 preriauly.
Crci. 1 1
IT MUST COME WEST.
8t. Lsais Men Getting in Their Work
For the National Convention.
Another leletion Arrive In Wash'
insrloo booth and Weal Want
it In Nalnl LonU.
Washington, Feb. 19. A full de!ca
lion arrived front St. Louis tbl. moruln
and went to work Id earueat. Col, Griff
Prathcr and Col. Duve Armstrong turned
the tide lust night for St. LouIh, and It now
teems more than probable that the conven
tion will go to that city. Senators Cockrlll
and Vest, Itepresentativcs Clardy, Uroad
bead, bockery, Burns and
TUB WHOLK MIS80UIII DKI.F.OATIOV
are doing good wot k for St. Louis. Mor
rison and bis friends are quietly working
for St. Louis. Ma). Butts, one of Tilden's
confidential agents, Is here for St. Louis.
In fact, the whole South and a majority of
the Western memoirs favor St. Louis.
The Chicago men say that if tbey canuol get
tbe convention tbey will tbrow their
strength to St. Louis, as tbe convention
must go West.
Italian Hlduapera IinehrKed.
Baltimore. Md., Feb. 19. The Grand
Jury of Hartford county, on recommends
tlou of Judge Walter, to-day dismUsed all
charges against tbe Italian prisoners held at
Belalr for riot In Aberdeen last week,
Tbolr provocation was an excuse for their
conduet be said. Tbe B. & 0. railroad
promUes to see that the laborers are paid
at once. Those are tho Italian railroad
laborers who were defrauded of their pay
by a contractor. They captured him, and
kept him a close prisoner in a shanty In the
woods for several days until res
cued by a sheriff's posse aud the po
lice. Hattaou's Broken Ilauk.
Mattoox, III., Feb. 19. Seven years
ago tbe Farmers' and Merchants' bank of
thl. city failed, swallowing up'J3,0! of de
positors' money. Tbe assignee has not yet
settled up its affairs, aud tbe depositors
complain bitterly of loose management.
Although "'.), K)J was realized from tbe as
sets, only about 10 per cent, dividend has
been paid. There Is a handsome sum now
In the hands of the receiver, but lawyers
have made claim to enormous fees, which,
with the receiver's salary, will leave tbe
depositors little or nothing,
The Harper HlKh-Lleenae Law.
Highland, III., Feb. 19. The state
ment that tbe Supreme Court of tho Stato
of Illinois bad declared the Harper high
license bill constitutional brought
forth a wall from the saloon-keepers
of this place, who were In hopes tbe
law would be dec'ared unconstitutional.
There are about thirty saloons here, all of
tbem having taken out license under the
old law, add as their license will soon ex
pire the greater number of '.hem will be
compelled to close, as they cannot afford to
pay the fcWO required by tbe new law.
Whisky aud Water.
Chicago, Feb. 19. The Executive
Committee of the Western Export Associa
tion assembled at tbe Grand 1'aclfic Hotel
at 0:30 this morning aid decided not to
cohslder tbe question of Increased cipacity
on 'Change iu prices, but devote the session
to tbe consideration of action neoesjry for
the relief of distillers, members of tho
pool who wore drowned out by tbe Ohio
He Defended Himself.
Cincinnati, Feb. 19.-Dr. Jt. E. Has
broucke. was sent by tbe associated chari
ties, to make a call at 93 Martin street. He
was assaulted on, tbe way by an expressman
named John Weber. He defended him
self with a dagger, Infllutlne wounds which
are likely to prove fatal. Weber was taken
to the hospital, and Hasbroucke was
In Honor of ItLhop Feehau.
Chicago, Feb. 19. The clergy from all
parts of tbe State are arriving to attend the
dinner to be given to Archbishop Fccban,
congratulatory upon his safe arrival from
Rome. After dinner addresses will be pre
sented on behalf of every Catholic society
In .he alty. The event will bo one of the
most notable of tbe kind in tbe history of
New York, Feb. 19. U is stated on the
authority of ono of the firm of McGlnnes
Bros., that they fear a statement of the
Arm's affairs will show liabilities amour.t
ibg to about J100.000. Their suspension
will bo of short duration. They were
carrying less than 2,000 shares of the Pull
man Palace Car stock, all of JVhich hai been
In She Head?
Vail, la.. Feb. 19. While tbe funeral
services of Mrs. Curson Volso were In pro
gress perspiration started on her face and
forehead. The ceremonies were suspend
ed. The body Is in the same condition at
this writing. Some of the doctors think it
Is a case of trance, m hers insist that she
The lion BIlEsard,
Chicago, Feb. 19. Dispatches from
Minnesota, Colorado and Dakota report
that the wornt blizzard In many years has
been raging for the last 12 hours, and still
continuing. Several trains are sluck and
s veral snow blockndcs are imminent. Tbe
thermometor is below zero.
The French Embargo on Fork.
Chicago, Feb. 19. Leon Cbatteau, a
French politico-economist, arrived early
to-day to Induce tho pork Intcrost to take
active measures against tbe French embar
go. He is in consultation with Armour
and others, extensive dealers.
The Kvllalier Murder.
Richmond, Mo., Feb. 19. Tho prose
cution has been granted a continuance in
tho Miller murder caso on the ground that
if time U granted a witness will be pro
duccd who will swear that Miller told them
ho killed EvlUizer.
A I'rltoner Maleldea.
Nkw York, Feb. 19. William Wilson,
aged 45, a prisoner in tbe Tombs charged
with the possession of burglarious articles,
committed suicide this morning by hanging
himself with a silk handkerchief to the ceil
Violating ibe Retenne Law.
Little Hock, Ark,, Feb. 19. O. W.
Wagner and Win. Wright, prominent
residents of Independence county, had a
preliminary examination on tbo charge of
violating the revenue laws.
The Price of a Flnirer.
Bt. Louis, Feb. 19. In the case of
gohman vs. the St. Louis Railroad Com
pany a motion to strlko out several parts
of defendant's amended answer was sus
tained In Judge Lubke'i Court. Sohman
brings suit for $10,000 damages for the loss
of his right forefinger and the pain Incident
thereto. He was superintending a party of
small school children who were marching
in a procession last June, wh n one the
tars of tbe St. Louis Railroad Company
attempted to cross tbe procession at
Seventh street. Sohman In lis efforts to
prevent the car from crossing had his right
forefinger caught in the bit on tho bridle of
tbe mules. It was so badly lacerated that
bo bad to have It amputated.
Itlliid Tom' Manager.
Wilmington, Del., Feb. 19. J. Beth
une, manager of "B Ind Tom," was killed
while attcptlng to board a moving train.
His widow, wltb her lawyer, arrived and
desired to take charge of the body. And the
lawyer In accordance Wltb tbe wishes of the
deceased, held the body for tbe arrivol of
the fat ber of tbe deceased.
Captured at Alton.
Alton, III., Feb. 19. Joseph Hess, wt
forged checks In Montgomery county to the
amount of several thousand dollars was
arrested here this morning by OiBcer Allen
and Sheriff Pyle of Montgomery outity.
He will be takento Hillsboro to-night.
And a More Mysterioun Explanati on of
St. Lofiu, Feb. 19. Miis Grace ICean,
a young lady between i and 20 years of
age, came to St. Louis in December last to
visit ber sister, Mrs. C. E. Nortou, wlfo
of a well-known coal deader.
Her homo Is In New York,
and ber father is a prosperou s carriage
manufacturer. The young lady's beauty
and vivacity made her quite popular in
society circles here, and consequently, when
it was announced iu a morning paper to
day that sbo bad disappeared from her
home at 1 o'clock yesterday
afternoon, and had failed to
return up to about 3 o'clock this
morning, there was quite a flutter in the
social world. Tbo disappearance was in
explicable to her relatives, and they sought
her Industriously. A reporter called this
morning at tbo residence, No. 3112 Morgan
street, and his ring was answered by a
domestic. She stated that Mr. Norton
was not at home, aud she did no: know
where he was.
"Has the younit lady returned?"
"Yes, she has." And tbe door and in
Inquiry for Mr. Norton discovered that
be has no office, but receives bis mail at
the offleo of Col. Churchill, on Olive street.
Ho has not been there this morning, how
ever, and nothing was known as to bis
whereabouts. A relative of tbe family was
also visited, but couldj tbrow no light on
It was finally learned that the young girl
arrived at home at an early hour this
morning, but there the story ended.
"What bas the department done in the
search for Miss Kean?" asked a reporter
of Chief Harrigan.
"Nothing. She's at home."
"Where was she last night?
"With a laiy friend."
"I don't know that there's any occasion
to state that."
XLVIIITH COX Git ESS,
Washington, Feb. 19. In tbe Senate
Cockrell reported from the Committee on
Military Affairs a bill to provide for tbe
disposal of abandoned and useless military
Merrill repotted adversely to the com
mittee on finance bill to authorize the
payment of customs duties in
legal tender notes, authorizing
the Secretary of tho Treasury to make a
tinai adjustment of claims of steamship
companies aim illegal exaction of tonuage
dues; to certain accounts between the
United States and the several States and
Territories, Including the District of Col
umbia. Among the bills Introduced were the fol
By Ingalls to amend tbe homestead laws
and classify public lands for the relief of
the surviving members of Company "G"
First United States Cavalry.
The Danville Klola.
Washington, Feb. 19. In the invest!
gation this morning witness Graves testified
that when firing bis revolver he could not
say whether he hit anyone. Declined to
admit whether he intended to hit anyone.
He purchased the revolver because be ex
pected a collision and thought every white
man should bo prepared. The witness re
Li-u'd several instance when he collided
with negro women on tho streets. Ho
at first gavo them the sidewalk,
but their Insolence grew so unbearable that
after that when negroes crowded him he
shoved them away. It was rumored on tbe
streets of Danville- tho day of the riot, that
tbe negroes were to have a torchlight pro
cession on the streets the night beforo tbo
election. On tbo morning of tbe election
they were to march and take possession of
the polls. In answer to a question by Lap
ham, witness said, it was not understood
that the procession was to be broken up,
but should it be undertaken It would result
in a collision.
Tho witness under cross-oxamluatlon,
slated ho tired because be thought himself
Geo. Adams colored, testified; the white
men had pistols cocked and were daring
the ncjrocs to come up. Taylor presented
his pistol at witness and fired. Witnoss
grabbed it and both fell, when Taylor gave
wltuess three licks on tho head with his
wbip-haudle, witness got up and fired at
hint twice. Peter Booth hollered "that
d d George Adams, I tried my best to
shoot him," witness Jumped Into bis
wagon and drove home. Witness said af
ter ho was summoned to Washington he
went to the depot to take tbo train and met
Freeman and Lee. Freeman said: "Hello
George, whar you gwinel" witness an
swered, "I's gwino to Washington,"
"been summoned?" Witness said Free
man told him he had better tell d d little
when ho got to Washington. Lee looked
bard at him, and rolled his eyes In a throat
Washington, Feb. 19. John Jarrett,
ex-president of the Amalgamated associa
tion is here. lie said last evening that bo
bad decided to submit his name to tbe Re
publican Convention as a candidate for
Congress from the Pitts bur. district.
More Potent in the Soudan Than an
Army With Banners. :j '
No Further Fears Felt For Ibe Sale! of
NO FEAR AT KHARTOUM.
Cairo, Feb. 19. The influence of Gor
don is so great that no fears are felt any
longer for the safety of the garrison and
people at Khartoum.
A painful rumor denied.
Tho rumor last evening to tbe effect that
Tkar bad been captured by the rebels
and the Garrison massacred is denied by
the Government to-day. It was given out
on the strength of official Information re
ceived this morning, stating that a
portion of tbe Garrison at Tokar made a
sortio upon the rebel camp during tbe
night and succeeded in capturing a number
of cattle and camels and returning in safety
to Tokar with their booty with a loss of but
a few men.
London, Feb. 10. It 1st announced that
Gen. Gordon's permits of temporary do
mestic slavery but opposes slave hunting
and slave trading generally.
London, Feb. 19,-The National Lino
Steamer France, from New York, February
3, has arrived here. She lost 114 head of
cattle during tbe passage. Tbe British
Steamer Niagara from New Castle,
February 4, for New York, put tack to
Plymouth, with bow plates started and
otherwise damaged. She also lost her
London, Feb. 19. At a meeting of the
company of autbors established to obtain a
copyright convention with the United
States, Cardinal Manning spoke upon the
Injustice done by American publishers in
pirating English works. Walter Besant
moved that a company of authors be
founded In America, and that the matter
be brought before American authors.
Herman Merlyale adverted to the disgrace
ful state of the law on dramatic copyrights.
Mr. Besant's motion carried.
took barring's advice.
London, Feb. 19. In compliance with
the request of Sir Evelyn Baring, British
representative at Cairo, the Government
bas decided to reinforce the British army
London, Feh. 19. Orders governing
tbe expedition of relief to Tokar have been
issued. The troops will take provisions
sufficient to last two weeks. They will
bivoac upon tbe maroh, each man carrying
seventy rounds of ammunition, and there
will he a reserve supply of 250 rounds per
Berlin, Feb. 19. The German
Sanitary Commission sent to Egypt and
India by the Imperial Board of health to
study the nature, causes, etc. of cholera
has fore warded a report from Cal outta.
The commission discovered a cholera germ
In water tank in Calcutta and found In a
suburban village, where cholera made its
appearance, tbe same microscope or
ganism which had been discovered in the
lower intestines of cholera victims in
Paris, Feb. 19. Tbe News publishes
intelligence from Berlin which asserts that
the naturalized German-American citizens
who return to Gerfcany are again being
vigorously subjected to military rule, and
that the German Foreign Office ignores
United States Minister Sargent, and con
ducts negotiations directly with Washing
ton. AW AM.
Paris, Feb. 19. President Grevy has
received a telegram from the King of An
nam. The King oxpresaei a hope tbat the
newly-completed cable conneotlng Hal
Pboug with Tbuanan and Saigon will
strengthen tbe friendly relations existing
between France . and Annam. He also
trusts tbat tbo treaty will be ratified.
London, Fob. 10.It is reported that
Princess Atarie, widow of Trince Henry of
the Netherlands, feels that she bas been
slighted by the Dutoh court and will re
turn Immediately to Berlin. She will make
Berlin ber permanent residence.
Rome, Feb. 19. Two torsions are given
of tbe attack upon tbe railway train con
taining Ring Humbert. According to one,
it was an attempt to take tbe King's life,
the other makes it an act of brigandage to
A UIRL THIEF.
The recnllar Method She Employed
"Working" Boarding Honeee.
Boston, Feb. 19.-Mary t. Campbell,
an exceedingly beautiful girl twenty-one
years old, bas been arrested for larceny of
a dress. Ilor youthful figure and partic
ularly Innocent face are well-known to the
young men of Boston, with whose hearts
ber sparkling black eyes have played sad
havoc. Almost. every night she could be
seen cither on ice or at a roller rink, es
corted by a proud admirer.for not only,was
the the most export skater In Boston and
claimed tho championship of ber sex, but
her conversation was brilliant and her in
telllsrence remarkable. On her arrival here
In November last she was immediately
driven to tbe Packer House. She register
ed there as McDonald, of Mexico, and
blnted in conversation that soe was a near
relativo to Sir Sobn MacDonald, of Canada.
S!io had a thorough knowledge of Canadian
affairs, which is not surprising, for she re
ally comes flora Halifax, N. S. When she
li ft tbe Packer House she neglected tbe
formality of paying her bill and was absent
tninJpd enough to take with here silk dress
belonging to another lady. After being re
to two other hotels,
where her true character was suspected.
Miss McDonald engaged board with Mrs.
Colburn, No. 67 Oak streeet, where she
yet owes for nearly three weeks' board.
She bad so favorably impressed Mrs. Col
burn by her manner and conversation that
when that lady caught hor in the attempt
to steal hor valuable gold watcb, she simply
turned ber out of doors and refused to
prosecate. Miss McDonald, after passing
a few days in three other boardln. houses.
from each of which she stole dreisei and
Jewelry, finally turned up in a bouse on
spnngneia street. She won tbe
lady's heart at once, and made tbe
capture more secure by representing that
she would come into possession of
$00,000 In two weeks. Gov. Butler,"
said she to tbo credulous landlady, ''to
Just about winding up my unole's estate. I
have a letter from blmjwbioh I cannot show
you yet, for private reasons, but you
recognize his signature; every one knows
that." This signature was genuine, and
the letter was en one of the ex-Governor's
letter-beads, but the contents tbat Miss'
McDonald could not show was a cbars.0
teristlo refusal from Gen. Butler to a olalm
for money due for copying. "Your
claim," writes bluff old Ben, "Is refresh
ing but false," Hits McDonald,
O ROWING TIRED OF SPRINGFIELD STRFBT,
moved to another bouse in Buckingham
street, taking with her ssveralsilk dresses,
which seemed to be her peculiar passion.
At tbe latter house she introduced herself
as the personal friend of Mrs. Chadwick,
one of the most prominent and philanthropic
of ladles. She showed a forged letter from
Mrs. Chadwick saying bow dear she had
brcomo to that lady and ber daughter dur
ing ber brief stay at her home, and hoping
tbat she would soon return to them. This
letter was written by a woman on Oak
street at Miss McDonald's dictation. The
police have found tbat Miss McDonald's
fortune is a myth, aud they believe that
she bas a confederate in New York.
DEATH BED MPTIAI.N.
A Millionaire Marries His Brother's
Widow to Beoure His Property
to Her Children. 1
Port Jkhv.s, Feb. 19. A lawsuit
brought by the belrs of Henry II. Far
num, who died In this village in 1S79,
worth over $1,000,000, against Charles St.
John, the administrator, while It does not
affect the disposition of tbe property as It
was Intended by tbe dead millionaire, de
feats bis extraordinary efforts to prevent
litigation in the settlement of bis estate.
Mr. Farnum came to this region as a rod
man In an engineer corps employed In the
building of the Deleware and Hudson Ca
nal In l20, before Port Jervls had an ex
istence. At tbe completion of tbe canal be
was made assistant chief engineer. Tbe
canal called many villages Into existence
along its route, among them Port Jer
vls. Farnum purchased large real estato
Interests here, and nearly all of tbe pres
ent site belouged to Wm and his father-in-law,
Stephen St. John. Then tho Erie
railroad was built through this region In
1648. This Increased the value of the land
a buudred-fold and made Farnum a rich
man. In 1853 be started tbo Port Jorvis
bauk, and in 1856 he bad Port Jervls Incor
porated as a village, and was elected its
first president. The same year be organ
ized a gas company and subsequently a
water company, which has
EXTRAORDINARY CHARTER PR1VTLKGES.
By a toll bridge across the Delaware, the
Barrett Bridge company, of wbloh he was
tbe chief spirit, controlled all communica
tion between Port Jervis and the lower
Delaware valley in Pennsylvania, of wbloh
this place Is the trade center. By tbeso and
other entorprises be accumulated bis
wealth, and his friends bad long known
that it was bis desire to leave the kVulk of
It to two nephews, sous of a deceased
brother. He bad many other relatives,
bowover, and be bad contested will if bo
disposed of his property in that way.
Mr. Faruura's wife died In 1873. Shortly
afterwards he placed the widow of tbe de
ceased brother mentioned in obarge of bis
household, as she was childish. In Sep
tember, 1879, he was prostratod with bron
chitis, and died a month afterwards. He
made no will, but on bis death-bed married
tbe mother of bis two favorite nephews.
Dying intestate, half of his wealth went to
his widow and tbe other half to bis next of
kin. This necessitated tbe division of tbo
second half into seven equal parts, one os
which fell to tbe two nephews of the share
of their late father. Tholr mother .falling
belr to one-half the estate.
LEFT THEM THE ONLY HEIRS
to tbat at hor death, and so the desire of
their uncle that they should be principal
heirs was Insured of eventually being car
ried 'out without litigation. Charles St.
John, who was appointed administrator,
found among the effects a number of un
paid notes, which had been given to Far
num from time to time by certain of the
heirs. In settling wltb these heirs tbe
administrator deducted these notes from
the shares.. This, tbe heirs held, he could
not legally do and tbey brought suit to
J recover tbe amounts thus deducted. The
case bas Just been argued in general term
and tbe decision is pending.
Residence aud Valuable Library
Troy, N. Y., Feb. 19. Ex-Lleutonant
Governor Gardner's residence at Benning
ton Centre, Vermont, with bis valuable li
brary and correspondence burned to-day.
Loss $25,000; -
Wheat March $109; April fl 1LV;
May ?114K; June $1 13V; February
Corn February 62 V; March 63 V;
May 65V; April 64 V; Juno 66V.
Cattle Receipts 6,300; dull,
exports $0 35(36 90; good to choice
$5 750 15; counuou to fair $5 253
Hogs Receipts 16,000; opened weaker.
light $0 5007 00; rough pack
In. $6 50rS7 10; heavy packing and
shipping $7 15(37 05.
Wue AT February 94; March 94 V:
May $100; June $1 02 V; April
Pnnv ITahrnnrv MV- Varnh Kl.
May 69V; juuo 69V; April 64V; July
OATS-Februarv 32 V: March 82V: M tv
87; April 83; June 87V.
Fork Februarv $17 43: March
$17 45; May $17 65.
Lard Februarv 9.53: March 9.55:
Wheat steady. Corn and oats steady,
Wheat February $1 08V bj March
$108Vb.; April $1 09V b.; May tlll'd
June$110V b; July $1 02V a.; year WW
Corn February 60V; Maroh 50 Vb;
April 62 b.; Mar OSWraMV; Juno
OATS-Aprll 85V b. May 30 V b.; June
81 b. , .
Cattlkb Receipts 1,292 head; market
about stoauy at unchanged prices.
HoGS-Recelpt 6,643 head; market
dull and weak; 10015a lower. Not man;
sold yet. .
Wheat and corn arrive quiet
but steady. Wheat to arrive quiet but
steady i corn to arrive not much
doing. Country markets dull.
Mark Lane-Wheat and corn quiet but steady
Spot wheat better tone. No. 9
sprint 7s lid. western winter is 2d.
Mixed Western corn steady at 6s JVd.
Demand from United Kingdom
and Continent moderate tot wheat and
ArtiLoruoKos i la a novel word to most
P6lle who speak th EnKUU Uniruas. The
ATHiornouoa id tho first and only
methane which has carried off tho
prizo as the jierfoct remedy for Rheu
matism and Neuralgia.
Like two relentless tyrants they have for
Wee held their Buirerlnir victim In
trrip. Tli otto poor sufferers have been u nUrra
in the power of their oppressors.
AnTLOPnOROS hna pnrnmrlthAnwsnfi Ati
- ..-. n-
gtged in conflict with tho monsters, aud won the
- - j ...u v ...I i T n ii . m a urocum
Mnir nf nl.l n-S.ll.l n n. 1 I... 4 1. . . . . ,
i ... n.uiuj uj uiomivi mreroiTuu
i'f ability anil endurance, ao Atuloi'Uobos has won
tho prize, uot alone by KlvUin temporary relief, but
tiy briniriii an endurlnir cure, as well, to thoee who
have fullered Uio cacrudAtiii agonies of ltlinm.
ATTTLOPnouo3 Is a novelty, not only I
in name, uui m its elements. It is un
like any preparation yet introduced.
ATraoruoKos acts on the blood, muscles
and Joints, removing the poison and acid from
the blood, carries thom out of the aj Btem.
Atulophoros la put up with consummate
skill, and contaius nothing that can poeslbly
harm the most delicate constitution
Now, do you want to surfer on and ont
or uo you waul K ue weu 7
"Athlophoros" WILL Cure You
If you cannot get ArttLOPnoRos of your drug
gist, we will send It express paid, on receipt ot
regular price one dollar per bottle. Wo prefer
that you buy it from your druggist, but if ha
hasn't It, do not be persuaded to try something
else, but order at once from us as directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
Ullimmniiiii . . m.,..i,rnm
When you coruo to thluk of it. It is not
odd that literary peoplo prcforaplpatoa
cirar. It is handier to smoke when they
ire writing-, and ever so ruticti cleaner.
And then it irives tlicui tho true essence
aud flavor of tlio tobacco.
Tho moot fantiiliouH smokers anionir all
nations and all classes of men ainw that
the tobacco in-own on tho Golden Tobaoco
Belt of North Carolina ia the moot delic
ious and refined In the world. Lighter
than Turkish, more frawantthan Havana,
frnir from nitrates and nicotine than any
other, it is Just what Uie connoisseur
praiaes and tho habitual smoker demands.
1 ha very choicest tobacco trrowu
on this lk-lt la bought by Black
weU's Durham Tobacco Co., and
appears in their celebrated Bull
Durham Smoking Tobacco. It is
known the world over.
Gut the Kenulno,wHh Bull
trade-mark, then you will
bo sure of bavins abso
lutely pure tobacco.
Manufacturer and Dealer In .
8th Street, between Com'l Ave. aud Levee.-
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMCNITION.
tafes Beoalred. Ail Kinds ol Kers Made.
ceiiiBT a. satrru.
Grand Central Store.
OA IKO. - TUT.
The Regular Cairo & Padncali Daily
rucKc.i. , , .
Str. gus fowler:
HENRY E. TAYLOR, Mastur, ,
OKOUGE J0BK3, Clerk.
Leaves Tatlacah for Cairo dullv 'Sundava crrnnt.
cd) at 8 a. m., and Monnd Cltv at 1 p. m. Return
ing, leaves Cairo at 4 p.m. ; Mound City at 5 p.m.
Nashville, Piuliicalt & Cairo U. 8. Mail
For iWAJ2?2' to', tddyville.
, .v., vim.oimu Un. nasnvillo,
B. S. RHEA.
fi'Jii TT.??.- ....Mster,
Leaves every Monday morning at 10 o'clock a.m.
a W. H. CHEERY.
WM. 8TRONO Mltef,
FKLIX URASTY...u. .....Clurk. i
L avct every Fr'day morning at 10 o'ctoelr, mak
ing close connections at Nashville with the L, A
N. H. it. and N. C K. K. for all polats toiUt,
with the Upper Cumberland racket Co., for til
points for the Upper Onmberland. For frtljht or
pasaat . eoDlr on board or to W. V. Lamhdla.