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l'uz, Mvunlex, Itllil
all Contusion I)leu'. Persons w:iitin un
the Sitk khould use it freely. Scarlft K-v- has
never been known to spread h:re the Hui.l w:u
used. Yellow Fever h.is been cured with it alter
black vomit Imd titkcn pluce. '1 lie wurt
easel of iJipluheria yield to it.
PITTING of Small
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A member of my fam
ily was taken uli
Small pox. 1 used the
Fluid.; the patient was
njt delirious, was not
pitted, and was alfjut
the buu.se aain in three
weeks, and id other
had it. -J. W. I'AKK.
noli refreshed and
lli'd Korea prevrut-
(1 by batliiug Willi
I in pure Air made
harmless and purifixl.
For ho re Throat it U a
Fur Fronted 1 cit,
ho ft White Complex.
Ion secured by its use.
Hhlp Fever prevented.
To purify the llreatli,
leunKn the Teeth,
it can't be surpassed.
Caturrh relieved and
Wound healed rapidly.
An Antidote fur Animrl
or Vegetable J'uu.ns,
I uied the Fluid during
our present aillicti.n with
Scarlet Fever wilh de
cided advantage. It is
Indispensable to the a'r.k
roora. Wm. F. Svnu
u, Eyrie, Ala.
The physicians hero
use Dirbys Fluid very
succeishiiiy in the treat
ment of Diphtheria.
I Tetter dried un.
I h em purified and
Ill caneH of Death it
shouiii be Use. I alMit
the cor;e it will
prevent any un!caa
The eminent I'liy.
l l:m,.I.M WtlON
M.MS, fll. I)., New
York, says: " i ant
convinced Prof liarbys
I'rophjiactic Fluid is a
Vnnderbilt L'ulve.aity, Nashville, Tenn.
1 testify to the mot excellent (:ialitics of Prof.
Tiaras Pr-phy!.v lie Fluid. As a Uis.nfectant and
determent it is both thcorctieally and practically
superior to any preparation with which I am ac
quainted. N. T. LinuN, Prof. Chemistry.
I)arbj Fluid I IJeeoiiimended liy
Hon. Aluxasiilk H. Sikiiikns, t.f Ooria;
kev. Chas. F. Di:em. D.D., Church cf the
Strangers, N. V.;
I. bCostb, Columbia Prof .University, S.C.
Kev. A. J. Iiaitlh, Prof . Mercer University!
Kev. Geo. F. Piukc. Uuhap M. E. Churcli.
IMMSI'KNS.VM.K TO FVKKV HOME,
ierfectly harmb-sss. Used internally or
ext'rnilly for Man or t-ast.
The F'.u.d has been ib.rouhly teste 1, and we
rave abundant eviden. e that it hat d ne everything
here claimed. F r lullcr information gel of y,ur
1'rtitK'St a p.iniph'.ct or s-.n l tu Hie proprietors,
J. II. Zr.H.IN' A CO.,
Manuf-cturieii thein.tt. 1 'III AlCM'HIA.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Ono Xiglit Only.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22.
The Popnlir Voua A"tor,
Air. James O'Neill,
as "Edmund Dnctef," with Mr. Juo. fcttteun's
Originally orsMuiz' d under Mr. Stet
son's niAiuijeiiin t tor Booth's
Theatre, Xew York.
D :m ii' Ore it P ay of
With the fo:lo-.v:n? tars Cast:
Mr. Fred lrH!lovil!e, Mr. Forrest Robinson,
Wr. Geo. C. IMnlbic Mr. .1. V. Mullon,
Mr. Jamc.i Taylor, Mr J. W, Shannon,
Mr. Horace Lewis, Mr. J. L. Carhirt,
Mr. .1. Swinburne, Ml8 Engi'iiie Dlair,
Mlaa Annie Bomlinnt, Mis hnima Smiih,
.Vise Marjorie Bonner, Miss Carrie Noi ee.
Kntiro IVew feenovy, painted by Wm.
VoeKtllu and Jok. Ulare, formerly artifts of
Booth's Theatre. tS"Uran(l Kua'ist'x ' U'ec s and
Reaervod Seat at Ituder's Jowoiry Ftoro. Doors
open at 7. Commence at 7:15 precisely.
13G &138 Oom'l Ave.
havo received a full and complete Una
ol new Fall and Whiter
Cloaks, Dolmans, Kotions, Etc.
A heavy stock of Body Brtusolg, Taper-
tries iuu iu;rBia
A full slock of Oil Cloths, all sizes and pMccs
Clohing & Gents' Furnish'g Guo-'ls
A foil and complete stock Is now bolna
closed out at great bargain.
All iood at Bottom Prloes!
HARMONY IS DEATH,
And TJuify is Distraction to tie Silk
rrocrMlliiK ol An Extraordinary Me-.
tag ot (itatrauien Who are
Alrnld to Trust Ibe I'eople.
St. I.ons, Feb. 20. The St. Louli
rohi-l),npmali ot thin evening baa the (ol
io v t U f I
"H;iJ It not been that they beld'n with
a crip ofjileuth by both bauda anil teeth,
Mh'sih. HueMey, Kinky, Kirby, Andre
and TiMileniiinn would yosterduy buve lieen
tliu viutlim ot highway robbery, and their
beloved property, which is" known to fame
and bhttory an the Silk Slocking C'ointnit
tie, would have been wrenched from their
luKi'iiioii, They are very tired to-day,
but It Is the wearlneM of 8uch a victory un
come only to men of muttlo and boltom.
The iirriinfi'iiii'iits for the aasuult which
th-y survived yesterday were , made, al
though the victims do not know it, at the
corner of Fourth and Elm streets, where
Mr. SpauldiiiK 1h an humble member of the
Silk Mocking Committee, and represents
the Firit Ward, a though he rarely flifurca
in report of the tommlttuo
meeting, owin' to the coimtant
ecllpiH to which he is bubjcted.
At 2 o'clock yctaerday afternoon In loure.tr
tmrt uf Mr. Sp Ilium's saloon there &tfcm.
Mi d the followini; (jentlemen: Martin Hen
ty, whom Mr. Spilling bad commissioned
hi proxy in thu committee, for the Firt
H ard; I'eter Ilorgcr, Fifth Ward commit
tei m tu; liu-by, committeeman elect from
the Fourth Ward; Chan. Sperbi-r, cjinmlt
tifcman of the Fifth Ward; Walter P.rlndlo,
committeeman from the Eighth Ward; a
Ifciitlcman, who is known to hi friends an
Fred Kelly, who hld a proxy from J. J.
FUlier, of the Ninth Ward; Geo. Welssen
berjjrr, who held Charles F. Scblapprizzi's
proxy for the F.levtntb Ward; William C.
Tborn, committeeman from the Twelfth
Ward; H nty l'ins. committeeman from
the Fourteenth Ward; W. II. Weber,
committeeman from the Sixteenth
Ward; Julius Jtapp, committeeman from
th i Nineteenth Ward, Killian Fiank, who
holds a landing proxy from John
Kraiiss of tho Twenty-fourth Ward; J,
K lifer, a representative Republican ready
to act as committeeman for the Twenty
tlftb Ward, and H. A. Hill, a colored man,
who held the proxy of 0:to Dierber.'er,
committeeman from the Twenty-seventh
Ward. The meeting oramzod by electing
Mr. Tborn Chairman, and Mr. Wiber,
i' cretary. Mr. Urludlo acted as the orator
of the day, and in fervent phraso be told
the wroiiL'i to whloh tho minority of the
Silk St-.cliiiiK Committee had been subject
ed by the aristocratic few, who are desig
nated further up.
that the interests of the party demanded
harmony, and he had no sympathy with the
M.k Siockhu' policy of keeping open tho
breach. Looking aruund him tie saw, h.
mid, fourteen gentlemen, all of whom
were properly nuallfle l to act as members
cif the Siik Stocking Committee, his own
v ite making fifteen. In order to test the
sense of lha Catherine be would offer a re
(Union denlariiijj a desire on the part of
tiie Silk Stocking Committee to hold a
conference with the Fllley Committee,
In order that a plan ruUht be devised to
birmoni..' all interests. Tne resolution
w:is adopted by a unanimous and vote,
as it was now nearly 3 o'clock, the caucus
adjourned, and Its members went out in
ones and twos, so as not to attract atten
tion. A few moments later they were at
Secretary 1'iedemin's otIke in the Wrsi
licli'i l'ost liulldin', their aspect indicating
that they did not propose to be 6t down
upon. The balance of the committeemen
were soon on hand, and Chairman Andre
cilled the Central committee to order.
When the roll was called the various
proxies wero committed, and Mo?srs,
llulkley, Klnsky, Klrby, et al, exchanged
knowing looks. Mr. Kitisky writing out
his suspicions on a scrap of paper and cir
culating it among the faithful. Wnen Mr.
K iser responded for tho Twenty-fifth ward
Mr. Kinsky objected, as no member had
ever been elected fpom that ward. Mr.
Keiser said he had been called on several
tlmi s to serve, and Mr. Urin.lle confirmed
him, ivlii,' that Mr. Ueiser ha 1 been ex
cused from attendance hitherto because he
lived so far out. Mr. Tiedemann said that
Mr. Kelser was never on the list, and Mr.
Kliitiky supplemented the statement with
the savage addendum and Biiudle know.s it.
Mr. Brindle retorted Just as fiercely, "No,
I don't. " Mr. Kirby came back to him,
"Well it's strange that everybody in the
committee but Mr. Brlndle does know it.
Mr. Kaiser was not admitted. Mr. Bulk
ley next urged that Clias. F. Busche bad no
right lo rcpresont the Fourth Ward as he
was a member of the so-called committee of
twenty -eight. Mr. Brindle said that this
committee didn't recognize the commiitco
of twenty-eif ht, consequently that objec
tion of Mr. Bulkley didn't fount. Mr.
Buche acted as committeman before and
had a right to net now. Mr. Bulkley stid
he remembered distinctly that Mr. Busche
declined to act at the Inst meeting
because ho belonged to the committee of
HE WAS KXCLl'DKD
under the rules and under tho call by which
he was elected. Mr. Bersjci said that at
last meeting Mr. Busche had expressed a
delicacy about voting, but was permitted
to voto nevertheless. Mr. Bulk
ley said that Mr. Ber
eer's recollection was at fault also. Mr.
ltuscho look the floor for a stubborn h'ht.
Ho bad answered to roll-call ot last meet
ing, but when a certain matter camo up he
had declined to vote because bo was a mem
ber of another committee. He said that
Bulkley himself had requested Dim to re
main and vote, and he didn't know why
Mr. Bulkley should go back on him now.
Mr. Brindlo moved that Mr. Busche be de
clared member from the Fourth Ward, and
would like to see how Mr. Bulkier was
going to disfranchise him. Mr. Bulkley
said bo was glad tho question bad come up
in this shape, because, the committee would
now have a chance to see how many double-barreled
members It had. Mr. Busche
was on record In the public press
Mr. Rapp Oh, you make those reports
Mr. Bulkly looked disdainfully at tho
tpcaker, cud went on to lay that Mr.
Busche was on record as hnvlng signed tho
"all for harmony" Agreement, Ho stilted
st tho last meeting that bo had asked Mr.
Fred Molt why that agreement was not
ready, that Mr. Mott had said that Filley,
who was to write it, was not back from
Washington yet. Mr. Buscho declared
that be had made no such statement. He
didn't want those gentlemen (Messrs. Fil
ley and Mott) compromised In this manner.
Mr. Bulkley appealed for corroboration,
autl Mr. Tiedemann said that Mr. Bihclm
bad mads some remark to the t fleet tbil
Fllley wrote the report, or nomethluz o
that kind. Air. Btiscbe laid bo wanted to
know how could be have made such a state
ruent when be did not tee Mr. Filley write
it. Mr. Kinsky suggested that a Vote could
not be taken till the proxy question was
settled. The cnalr said yea, it Could, be
cause they would Just bar out the proxies
on this vote. Mr. Welttenberger thought
this was til out of order. The proxies
a hould be settled first. Mr. Wiber want
ed to Ituow how it wa that tbese gentle
men wero kicking at Mr. Busche for be
longing to another committee, when
Messrs. Gutsch and Hiemenz were allowed
to sit in this committee all along while they
were members ot the Filley city oomtuittee
at the same time. Tbey had more to say
than anybody, too. Mr. Bulkley held that
no member was eligible who heir) a public
ofllce or failed to comply with the terms of
tho call. Mr. Busche belonged to another
commlttoe and that settled it. There was
no use whipping the devil around the
stump. Could a man Join a church to-day
and declare bis belief In God. and expect to
bold bis membership to-morrow If hi de
clares there is no God or swears allegiance
to the devil?
BUG II A f ARCH
should not be tolerated. Mr. Rapp said
the objection was no good, because the
committee of twenty-eight was not a rival
central committee. Mr. Kinsky said tbey
claimed to be a Silk. Stocking Committee,
and this brought him under the ban. Mr.
Tandy said he couldn't straddle two borsos
and had no use for a man that could. lie
bad been offered a seat In the Filley Com
mittee, but refused to become a double
barreled statesman. Mr. Ramsey said this
committee was organized for political ends,
and no member should be permitted to sit
In it if be did not Indorse those objects.
Mr. Busche seemed to be riding two
horses. Mr. Kinsky, In the middle of this
last speech, electrified the committee by
shouting at Mr. Tins, who sat next to blm
and was In a vorr hilarious state, that be
wanted blm to keep stlil 1 1 lor he'd have
him put out. Mr. Pins was not at all ex
tinguished, and be kept Interpolating ir
revaleiit remarks through the balance ot
the meeting lo the great discomfort of Mr.
Kinsky, who grew more nervous as tho
great battle progressed. To settle tho
ptindltig question, Mr. Brindle stood Mr.
Busche up and asked:
"Mr. Busche, are you a Republicanf"
"If any one doubts It I'd like to bave
him step foi ward."
"Answer mo, yes or no."
Mr. Brindle held that that settled It, and
Mr. Busche should be admitted. Mr.
Bulkley held altogether different. Mr.
Busche had signed the "all for harmony"
dodge and had refused to act with this
committee at the last meeting.
"I did not refuse," said Mr. Busche.
"You did refuse," replied Mr. Bulkley,
glowering over the diminutive Buscbe,
Hostilities might havo been inaugurated
had not Mr. Wolff come In Just at this time
like a cyclone, and Insisted on everybody
telling him "what was up. " He was so
persistent and aggressive in bis Inquiries as
to completely' break tho thread ot tho
discourse. He was finally posted on
the question before the bouse, and the
discussion was resumed. Mr. Pins para
lyzed the assemblage with a fierce demand to
know "who made the laws, anyhow?" The
question was not pertinent, and tho chair
finally disposed of it with "that was dune
before your time and ours, Mr. Pins."
Mr. Pins uid that If that was the case be
moved Mr. Busche be accepted. Mr.
Tandy asked if Mr. Busche would sub
scribe to the principles of the committee.
He replied that be would, as he understood
them. Mr. Bulkley became very Indignant
at this, and produced a circular from Mr.
Filley, which, be said, was a lie on tho
face ot it, inasmuch as it alleged that the
Silk Stockings bad Indorsed the "harmony
swindle" of the committee of 28. This, bo
siid, was an effort to steal this commit
tee's thunder. It aimed to put the party
back into the vassalage for which it was
ennnclpated by the revolution otlS32.
Now, Mr. Buscho has signed this "all for
hat )uny" swindle, and he could not sit in
Mr. Wolff I pronounce thit a$ a lie, Mr.
"Mr. Bulkley You pronounce this
statement In the Filley circular as a lie, you
Mr. Wolff Of course, that's what I
Mr. Bulkley Well, I said that some lime
Mr. Bcrger declared this language all out
of order. lie was as old a Republican as
Mr. Bulkley ever dared be, and when
Mr. Bulkley culled that harmony reports
The Chair You are out of order, Mr.
B rger. The question is on Mr. Busche.
The question was put, and Mr. Busobe
was e icted by the following vote:
Against Busche Haas, Andre, Tandy,
Tiedemann, Cavender, Kinsky, lUrasev,
Kirby, Wolf, TIJou-11.
For Bushe-Bergcr, Sperber, Brludle,
Thorn, Tins, Wiber, Rapp, Bergman,
Mr. Bulkley now moved to go Into exe
cutive session, and despite the protest of
Mr. Pins the motion carried and all proxies
and the Post-Dispatch man were put out.
The proxies were thon called In from tho
hall one by one, and cateohised as to the
quality of their Blockings. They were un
mercifully guyed, Messrs. Bulkley, Kinsky
ami Kirby acting as tho main guys. Mar
tin ifenry was the first victim. lie was
compelled to admit that he did not reg.trd
Filley as a brother of Beelzebub, and that
he did not entirely indorse all the prin
ciples of tho Silk Stocking State Conven
tion. Off went bis head. He came out
and announced the result to the waiting
crowd, thon moved down stairs. A mo
ment later Mr. Brindle rushed out and fol
lowed him. Then came Mr. Kinsky, who,
with the remark that be was
on tho war path, dashed down
stairs, brushing back his hair as he ran.
Presently bo returned all in a tremble , and
"Ahl I was right 1 I followed the trail
of that and I found them talking to
gether." Then he re-entered tho room, where Mr.
Welsscnbcrgor was undergoing bis civil
rights examination. Mr. Welssenborgcr
spoke louder and loudor every minute,
and finally was heard to say: "I didn't
come here to answer any such questions."
"But tho Commlttoe says you must an
swer them If you take a seat here."
"I didn't come here to indorse anybo
dy's mother-in-law or any other such non
sense!" roared Mr. Welssenbergcr. "I'm
a Republican, and always support Republi
can candidates, and I don't recognize your
right to ask mo any such stuff. "
A vote was taken, and Mr. Wolssonber
Kor came out a rejeoted man.
He was followed by Mr. Rupp, Mr.
Thorn, Mr. Sperber, Mr. Borget and Mr.
Borgtnan, who declared collentlvolj that
they'd have "nothing more todo with thai
d- d fool business," and thoy had "let
'in all go to"
Tbey called for Mr. Pins, but Mr. Pirn
was too belligerent, to come out, tod ht
nd Wlbr remained.
MORNINH, FEBRUARY A'klk
THE NKXT PKOXY
to enter was "Fred Kelly," who w is put
through the catechism In short order. Hi
had uot read tho "Jefferson City plat
form," but If It was outliued h i would
stato whether he ludorssd It. They told
him It bound him to sup
port the Vau Horn committee, and
to forswear tho Fllliy fulth.
H'saldhe couldn't Indorse anything as
stiff as that, Mr. Kinsky said that thon ho
was ineligible. Hi asked for Information
if that also made blm Ineligible to voto
the Republican ticket whou it was nomi
nated. "Oh, no," rolortedMr. Kinsky, "you
can go and vote tho Democratic ticket If
you want to."
Mr. Kelly retired, an 1 Mr. Hill, proxy
for Otto Dierbcrger, went it. Tho com
mittee decided that, Mr. Dierbcrger being
under conviction for murder, tbey could
no: accept bis proxy, and Mr. Hill was
"fired." 'Squire Eherhart, proxy for
Judge Conrade went In, stood tho test, and
was accepted. Then Mr. Wiber offered
the caucus resolution providing for a
caucus for harmony with tho Fil
ley commlttoe. Mr. Bulkley
tnndo an eloquent speech as to tho danger
of such a course. It would be a surrender
to the leccbers, who, In 1SS2, bad absorbed
$oO,0'.X) of the candidates' money, while
the committee had ued only J2,3u0. Mr.
Kirby talked to the sumo effect, and tho
resolution was referred to the executive
committee. With a request that tho chair
man call no more ot these soul-harrowing
meetings unless absolutely necessary, the
coramitteee adjourned In a Jubilant state of
mind, over their victory over the crowd
that bad assailed them. The proxies dis
persed somewhat depressed at the mis
carriage of the coup d'etat, and when Mr.
Pins went borne a couple of hours later, ho
was bleeding as though ho had run against
A Prise ftKUt-The Urtilaera Arretted,
Nkw York, Feb. 2'J. -About 400 Now
York sports assembled this morning at a
well-known sporting resort in the vicinity
of City Island to witness a prize fight be
tween Jimmlo Murray and Tom Henry.
Tholattor Is a native of Manchester, Eng
land, where ho has done considerable fight
ing. Ho is twonty-ulno years of age.
Johnny Roach acted as his umpire. Mur
ray Is an American 20 years of age, exactly
the same height as his antagonist. Andy
Hauley was bis umpire. Rocky Moore
acted as referee. Timo was called at pre
cisely seven o'clock. Murray was the fa
vorite at $1(X to is). Considerable betting
was done. Five rounds werefought. Tho
fight was won by Henry. Both parties
have been arrested.
Hurled Iutter t nllliiic Wall.
Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 20. The
south wall of E. Lethburg's mill on Broad
and Vine streets, which burned Saturday,
fell at 10 o'cluck this morning, burying five
men belonging to Etiglue Company No. IS
in tho ruins. Tho injured:
Wm. Stelgart, head and body.
John Allsopb, head cut and legs frac
tured. Jas. S. Clayton, ribs broken and injured
John Callahan, right leg broken and in
John Juuffert, right hip and left shoulder
blade broken, and injured internally.
None of the men are yet dead.
IX EACH OTHEH'S ARMS,
The Way an Aged Couple Died at Mil
Milwaukee, Wis., Feb. 20. F.
C. Bradley and wife an aged
couple, died a natural death this
looming at their home. They wero found
in each other's arms. He was formerly a
wealthy railroad contractor, but lost bis
money through fraud on the part of others,
and has ot late years been employed In a
United State, engineer's office.
Coal Miners' Ntrlke.
Canton, 0., Feb. 20. All the miners
in New York and Ohio mines at Dellroy
and Suurrodsvllle are out on a strike, hav
ing refused to submit to the new scale ot
wages, which is a reduction. It is probable
that all the miners of the Currolton valley
coal fields will follow them. Thus far no
violence has been attempted tosvard the
men who are workiug in other mines in the
vicinity, as they are daily .expected to Join
Citicago, Feb. 20. Noon advices from
Paducah, Ky., via Cairo, say all the town
Is completely submerged. The loss lo tho
tobacco warehouses since Wednesday U
fifty thousand dollars. The Chester Carley
oil warehouse was swept away. Between
sixty nnd a hundred houses hove been
swept from their foundations. Several
took fire and were destroyed.
For Attempted Murder.
Cedau Rapids, la., Feb. 20. Mlchaol
.rke was yesterday arrosted at Linn
Junction, charged with au attempt to mur
der Bridge Watabman Hutchinson a few
days since. He was taken before his In
tended victim, who is now recovering,
and was recognized as the fellow who shot
Heavy Thnnder Storm.
PETEitsnuuo, Va., Feb. 20. A tremen
dous thunder storm burst upon this city
nnd vicinity last night. Tho rain poured
down In torrents; tho lightning was
phenomenal. Bridges were washed away
and trees blown down. Considerable dam
ago was done to property.
World' Fair at 'FrlNCO.
San Francisco, Feb. 20. The World's
Fair committee have prepared a memorial
to Congress asking an appropriation of $2,
000,000. Communications have been sent
lo the Governors of all the States and Ter
ritories requesting them to appoint com
misslouers to the fair.
San Francisco, Feb. 20. In conse
quence ofjthe wire prostration by tho hurri
cane no confirmation Is yet received ot tho
report received at midnight of a car full of
snow sbovolers at Tamarack, on the Cen
tral Pacific being crushed by a snow si de
and several killed.
Hough on the Nickel Plate.
Cleveland, O., Feb. 20. Tne n
tlonal Telegraph Company has Just obtained
an Injunction restraining the New York,
Chicago and St. Louis Railway, (nickel
plate), from Interfering with the Telegraph
Company's possession or use of,thoir lines
along the road.
Home at Last.
New York, Feb. 20. The steamship
Frisia having on board the bodies of
l.luut. -Commander Dc Long, and the rest
of too Jeanntt heroes has been sighted off
Fire Island, she will arrive at her dock at
Uobokeo at 4 o'olook this afternoon, .
A 'I Kit ft IDLE CYC'I.O.NK.
Wilmington, N. C, Feb. 23. -A Star
special says a terrible cyolotio passed near
Rockingham lust night, killing from fifteen
to thirty people and wounding a great
HKTY PERSONS KILLED.
Macon, Ga., Fob. 20. This city was
visited yesterday afternoon and night by
tremendous storms. There are rumors ot
death and destruction In tho surrounding
counties. Specials to the Atlanta Tele
graph report fifty killed north of that city.
A i-peclal from Columbus reports several
killed and wounded.
BiiiMiMiiiAM, A ii Feb. 20. A cyclone
swept through Cohalu V.illey yestorday
noon. It Is reported thirteen persoui
were injured in one community.
(.OlMi i'OU TOM A I. LEX.
Another Attempt lo tarry this Ex
I'usllUt IImc!c to Jieiilucky,
Jkffi:i;sdnChv. Mi., F b. 20. Gov.
Crittenden has reeuved a riquisition from
tho Governor ol Kentucky, asking that the
St. Louis priz-) lighter, Tom Allen, be de
livered to tho Kentucky authorities. The
charge against Allen dates back to 1870,
when he was engaged in a prize fight with
Joe Goss and was placed un
der ito.OOO bond to answer
therefor. This bond he forfeited and
John Farrelli, ona of bis sureties,
asks for his return to the Ken
tucky authorities. Chester II. Krum, who
is acting us Mr. Allen's representative in
this delicato matter, has telegraphed Gov.
Crittenden to withhold his notion on the re
quisition until ho can present arguments
showh g why it should not be complied with
In accordance with this request the Gover
nor will wait until to-morrow ut 10 o'clock.
Then Mr. Krum will bo given un oppor
tunity to presout his arguments, Farrelli,
the bondsman from Kentucky, will
also bu present to hold up bis end ot tko
I! I a; Deal ou the Cblcao Call Board.
Chicago, Feb. 20. It was the belief
last night that Jones una Ream, the big
two, as they buve come to be called, sold
yesterday uot less than 5,000,000 bushels of
wheat and corn. Tho general Impression
last night was that the pair had sold stuff
they did not own; that they are now enor
mously short on tho grain market. Jones,
on the call, sold about a million bushels of
corn and nearly as much wheat. Tho ooru
call was exceptionally excited; Lludblom
took 4o0,000 bushels In one Jag from Jones,
and the latter had sold four 100,000 bushel
lots before. Jjues wanted apparently to
break com as he broke wheat upstairs
during tho forenoon. The buyers, how-cvt-r
in the afternoon were too many for
him. After Llndbloom's purohases, Linn
bid 59X c. for 1,000, 000 without getting an
offer, and then 69Hc. for 1,000,000
bushels. From two o'clock scarcely a man
opened bis mouth for less than 1,000 barrels
of pork or 100,000 bushels ot grain. It
was a contest of glunts, in which the
fellows with small lots and ihort bank ac
counts stood no show and dared not partici
pate. Hallway Shareholder' Association.
San Francisco, Feb. 20. The Chronicle
has secured possession of a copy of tho con
fidential letter which accompanied the cir
cular announced as having been issued by
John Livingston, president of (he Railway
Shareholders' Assoolatlon of New York.
It Is addressed to an officer of a California
road, who promptly remitted the tloO de
manded. It Is positively known that one
of tho other shareholders also remittod tho
amount asked for by Livingston. A pas
sage headod "Confidential" is largoly
composed of commendatory extracts from
prominent railroad officials, and states that
1 the association Is designed to work secretly
and allow the managers of largo roads to
to keep In the background. Under po cir
cumstances will the names of contributors
be divulged, except by their eonsent.
It adds that the supporters Of the move
ment will bo supplied with the particu
lars of all tranaactlons and furnished with
full statements, duly audited, of its ex
penditures. Gen. Grant.
New Yoiik, Feb. 20. Gon. Grant
walked five stops Monday morning, from
It's bed to a buth-tub, Without the aid of a
crutch. This lg more than he has dono
slnse he slipped and fell on tho Ico
In front . ot LIS residence on
Christmas eve. The hurt to bis leg
which he received was entirely cured a
month ago, but rheumatism set In, and
partly because ha can walk only with croat
difficulty, but principally by advice of his
physicians the general uses bis limbs but
very little. He Is contemplating a trip to
Florida. On last Sunday week the goneral
had ItiO callors; last Sunday being in
clement ouly about balfltnat number called I
on. week days the callers number from a
dozen to fifty. Gen. Grant, despite bis
long confinement to the house, is choerful
and receives most ot his callers.
... THE MARKETS. ...
Cattle Receipts 5.503; strong
exports $0 23(37 30; good to choice
to 80(2015; Common to fair $5 000
Hogs Receipts 21,000; oponed weaker.
light $0 40(37 00; rough pack
ing $0 60(30 05; heavy packing and
shlpplug $7 00(317 50.
Wheat February 02K; March 02V;
Mav 08;,'; June $1 00 April
Corn February 63; March
Mav 68X June 58K; April 63 July
Oats February C2Kt March 82 ; Mav
30 X; April 82 Kf June U7V.
roRK-Fsbruary $17 35; March
tl7 33; May $17 57 June $17 70.
Laud February 0.63; March 9.53;
May 9.77K; June 9.82K.
Wheat and coru arrived quiet
Rut steady. Wheat to arriva dullf
corn to arrive dull, Coun
try market! .(dull. Mark
LanoWheat and oorn dull.
Spot Wheat qutst. No. , i
spring 7s lid. western winter 8s id.
Mixed Western corn dull at 5s SWd.
Demand frm Vnlte.d Klnrdortt
and ConUoen (fyjT jjojmj In wheat and
ATHLOrllOHOfl la K Tinvol mrvrA tn msui
- hi wiuav
people who speak the English laniraaga. The
SSiSJS?" nwula by 1
medicine which haa carrUI fr
I, VA tlAU
prize as the perfect remedy for Rheu
matism ana neuralgia.
like two relentless tvrnntji hv h.n
K hold Uieir suffering victims In an iron
grip. Tli ono poor s offerers have been as slave
in tho power of their oppressors.
ATITLOPnOnoa hits pnterert thnntotm an.
erased In conflict with the monsters, and won the
I VI .... la ,.a nsirr, m.i ... m ln
fF.Ti.na nf Ann 1.1 arl n rtn I rw I... ... i
of ability and endurance, bo Atblopbobos has won
the prize, not alone by giving temiiorary relief, but
I y bruigriiig an endurlrur core, sa well, to those who
have suffered the excruciatUitf atfonicd Of nhnnm.
twin uid Neuralgia.
ATTiLornoBO- ia a novelty, notonl
in name, but ia its elements. It ia un
like any preparation yet introduced.
ATni.oriiOHnfl acta nn thn hnnA
anil JoinU, removing the poison and add from
the blood, carries thtuu out of the lyateiu.
ATnLOFItOROg Is Tint nn with mnmmmt
Fkill, and contains nntbinir that can possibly
iiurm uie men aeucaiu cornttitunon.
Now, do you want to suffer on and ont
nr ao you Wiuil to uo Weil r
"Athlophoros" WILL Cure You
I f you cannot get Atttlophoro8 of your drug
gist, we will send It express paid, on receipt ot
regular price one dollar per bottle. We prefer
that you buy It from your tlriigglst, but If be
hasn't It, do not be persuaded to try something
chic, but order at once from na as directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
mujiaiuumiii n, rr. niiimiiinniim
ar?. ... jmj a.-i
When you come to think of it, It Is not
odd that literary people prefer a pipe to a
cigar. It is handier to smoke when they
are wriUnir, and ever so much cleaner.
And then it irivee them the true eeeenoe
and flavor of the tobacco.
The most fasUdloua Bmokera ainon all
nation and all clauses of men atrroe that
the tobacco irrown on the Ooldun Tobacco
Belt of North Carolina is the most delic
ious and refined in the world. Lighter
than TurkiHh, more fratrrant than Havana,
freer (mm nitrates and nicotine than any
other, it is Junt what the comioUmeur
pnuaea and the habitual smoker ilvniautu.
Ihe very choicest tobacco (rrowu
on this Belt la bouttht by ltlack.
well's Durham Tobacco Co., and
appears In their celebrated Bull
Durham Sniokinn Tobacco. It la
known the world over.
Get the irenulne,wlthOull
trade-mark, Uien you will
be eure of having abso
lutely pure tobacco.
Manufacturer and Dealer In
6th Street, between Com'l Ave. suil Levee.
CUOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AM0JJITION.
Safes Itesaircd. All Kinds ol Keys Made.
US. H. SMITH. XOBKRT A. SMITH.
Grand Central Store.
CIRO. - - TTYL.
The Ecgnlar Cairo & Padncah Daily
Str. GUS FOWLER.
IIENUT E. TAYLOR, Master.
UKOltUE JOUEa, Clerk.
Leaves Paducah forCtiro daily (Sundays excetit-
ed) at 8 a. in., and Mound City at 1 p. ra. Return
ing, leaves uairo at 4 p.m.; Atoami city at s p.m.
Nashville, Paducali & Cairo U. S. Mail
For Pailncah, Smlthlanfl, Dyerstmr?, Kdilyytlle.
iBniuu, uuvur, iiarKsvuie ana Nashville,
aau B. S. EHEA.
Leaves every Monday morning at 10 o'clock a.m.
SBu W. H. CHERRY.
WM. BTRONO Muster.
FELIX URASTY Clerk.
t tret oery pr'day moraine si 10 o'clock, tnak
tngclo'e connections at Nashville with Ihe L. A
N. R. K. and N. AC. K. K. for all polaU ooln,
with the Upper Onmberland Packet Co., for alt
points for the Upper Cumberland, For might of
pauMte, epply on board or to W. F. Lambdla,
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