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Mr. James O'lSTeill,
aa "Edmund Daotee," with Mr. Jdo. Stetson'
Originally orsratiiz'd under Mr. Rtct-
sous manijjeiii 'ut rir rsooms
Theatre, .New York.
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Mr. Fred DoBillcvllle,
Mr. Geo. C UJ iitaci.
Mr. James Taylor,
Mr. Horace Lewie,
Mr. J. Swinburne,
Mlaa Annln Kmldinot.
Mr Forrest Robinson.
Mr. J. V. Molton,
Mr J. W. Shannon,
Mr. J. L. Carhart,
Misa Eugenie Blair,
Mia bmna Smith,
Mint Carrie Not es.
Mia Marjorla Bonner,
-rr. a t . C3n.a.w ns1ntj.it bv Wm
Vwirtlln and Jos. 'Mare. fiinnorlT artists of
Booth's Thi-atre. rSTQrand Rea'istic Effects and
correct Appointment. .jim
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136 &138 Oom'l Ave.
have received a full and complete line
ol new Fill and Winter
Cloaks, Dolmans, Notions, Etc.
A heavy Mock of Body Brussels, Tspor
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A full stock of Oil Cloths, all alios and prices
ClatMng & Genls Furnis!
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A-U Coodsj at Bottom Prloeat
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BRUTAL BLOWS .
Delivered for Uie Delectation of Brntieh
Two Men Butler 1Mb Other's Mnga
Out of Nhape At rordlug to the
Rale, Etc. QB
Nkw York, Feb. 21. Three hundred
men witnessed the fight between Tom Hen.
rv and Jem Murray, tbo celebrated light
weights, yesterday morning Id Westcbcsti-r
county. The battle was arranged six
weeks ago, and was for $1,000. The agree
ment wag that they shoul.l tlht according
to the Marquis of Qucensury rules, with
hard gloves, until one or the other was
knocked out. Knuckle covers, which the
aw allows to be called gloves, were used.
Eca man was to have thirty friends pres
ent, who were to pay $10 each for the priv
ilege, and the winner was to take all the
stakes and gato money, which it was calcu
lated would amount to $1,600. The men
are both widely known. When the match
was artanged by Mike Coburn for Henry
and J. J. Flvnn for Murray the men at
once went Into training. Murray was
trained by Mike Henry and Jtck Mac-
Maulers. Henry was looked after by Mike
Oary. The flsrliting ground was on the
l'elham bridge road between Bartow and
Westclioster, near a hotel that U not muun
frequented at this time of the year. Among
WHO WKKK PRESENT
were Barry Wall, the king of dudes; John
ny Murphy, Oabe Case, a couple of mem
bers of the Gentlemen's Driving Associa
tion, Ed. Stub s, a celebrated blllard play
ing bookmaker and a magnate
of Wall street, whose case
balance foots up sis figures,
and every pugilist of note tn the country.
It was intended to have tbe battle take
place on a dancing platform at the rear of
tbe hotel, but tbe number of spectators
canst d a change to be made and stakes and
ropes were erected in a carriage shed be
tween S and 7 o'clock in tbe morning. The
ring was 18x10 feet. Four or five lanterns
were p'aced about and their flickering In
tbe gloom gave a yellow tinge to tbe hag
gard face of tbe men surrounding tbe
ring. "Rockie" Moore, an old-time
fighter, but now a wealthy contractor, was
referee, and when everything was ready,
be ordered tbe men Into the ring. Murray
FIRST OVKR THK ROPES.
Henry was right after bim. Murray was
accompanied by ISirney Aaron and Mike
Cofttcllo, who weie his ttecond and bottle
holder. Murray wore white trunk! and
was stripped to the waist. Henry wore
blue trunks and was also stripped to the
waist. His second wan Mike C'leary and
his bottle bolder was Bob Farrell. Cleury
won the toss for choice of corners and chose
ihi easterly one. The umpires were then
selected. Johnny ltoach for Murray and
Andy Ilanley for Henry. Billy Bennett
The betting was 1100 to $80 on Murray,
who, hearing tbe cries of tbe betters, ad
vanced with a smile. After a preliminary
spar for an opening, Henry lauded hit
left on Murray's breast and bis right on bis
Jaw, getting away without a ref irn. Mur
ray was short in his lead and Henry got
borne on tbe nose. Then there were ex
changes at close quarters, at which effec
tive work was done by both. Henry got
bis left borne on Murray's face, and time
ij called. Tbe round lasted nearly 3
minutes and 30 seconds. Henry had the
bet of it, but Murray was the favorite at
Henry was first on his feet, and met Mur
ray with a crushing left-bander on tbe eye.
They struggled to the ropes, pounding
away at a great rate, and Murray half
throttled Henry. Crias of "foul" were
beard. Henry got bis right borne on Mur
ray's face and then jabbed bis left on the
swollen eye, almost closing it. Henry
swung Ins right home on the Jaw and Mur
ray went to the floor; He lay there thirty
five seconds, and nits assisted to bis corner
two violations of the rules that hou!d
have lost bim tbe light. Cleary claimed tbe
battle for Henry, but the referee would not
allow It, and ordered tbe men to tight on.
Murray waa bleeding freely from the mouth
and nose, and first blood and first knock
down were awarded to Henry. When tbe
battle was renewed Henry bit Murray on
tbe face and tbey closed and struggled to
the ropes. Murray got In on Henry's left
eye. The round lasted nearly four min
utes and Murray as before was still tbe
nenry led, but was wide of the mark,
and Murray hit him on tbe Jaw, but the
blow lacked force. Henry got home on tbe
faoe, head, ear and nose several times be
fore Murray got home Id turn. Then Mur
ray hit him on the face, and Henry stag
gered bis antagonist by a right cross
counter, liapid exchanges followed, and
Murray In the break away cleverly bit
Henry on tbe ear. Both got borne on each
other's face and tbe round ended greatly
in favor of Murray, and long odds were of
fered that be would win.
Henry went at Murray savagely and after
a short spar found an opening for his rieht
nst. it laiib.a on Murray's Jaw and the
American went to tlio floor like a log.
When the round was renewed it was with
the most vicious work. Neither man at
tempted to stop bis opponent's blows, but
sought to do tbe greatest possible damage
In tbe shortest possible time. In a rush
made simultaneously Henry cross -con n
tered Murray's lead. The blows sounded
like pistol cracks and both bodies were ter
ribly bruised and Murray was bleeding
from the eyes, nose and mouth, while the
hard flooring bad scraped tbe skin from his
back and he was bleeding from those
also. His chest and ribs were black and
blue and nenry's chest was scraped to the
raw flesh. Henry bad one eye closed and
Murray's faoe was badly disfigured. Hen
ry was now a favorite in betting at $100 to
Murray was very groggy at the start, but
.led at Henry, who rushed bim to the ropes
and rapid hitting was Induldged in. Tbey
broke away and Murray led, Heury dodged
tbe blow, and countered with his right.
Tbe fist landed between the point of the
Jaw and under lip and Murray was knocked
senseless to the floor. He failed to respond
to tbe call of time, and Henry was awarded
tbe fight. Murray was raised to bis feet,
but could not stand, and was carried away
by his friends. The last round lasted two
minutes and fifteen seconds and tbe time of
fighting was twenty-two minutes and fif
teen seconds. When Murray retained
power of speech, he cried in nuud In
tonest "I ain't knocked out-let me at
him." but by that time the spectators of
ibo fight were nearly at their homes. When
Uu ecDtitaU bad lotlrei to their rsoxa .
CA1KU, 1LI11NUI3, FRIDAY
Sheriff Horton of Westchester suddenly ap
TOOK THEM INTO CUSTODY.
Some of tkelr friends wars anxious to at
tempt a rescue, but the fihsrifl told them be
would have tbe mcu regardless of come
quences. Sheriff Ilortoa took tbe prisoners
to wblte Plains, where a formal complaint
was made against them, and thsr wero held
In $1,000 ball. Sheriff Horton badintended
to atop tbe fight, but bis carriage broke
down on the road, as the carriages of many
of the spectators bad done on tbe way out.
New York, Emll Uoilendsr, who shot
and killed Johu Itodemacher some time ago
and who was recently convicted of man
slaughter in the first degree, was to-day
arraigned before tbe court and sentenced.
Judge Barrett In passing tbe sentence said:
"The prisoner li a victim of false a convic
tion. He has exercised a eltlzen's rights of
self defense. There bas been no evidence
to show that he was a wlckd man." Tbe
court would Impose tbe lowest sentence tbe
law allowed In such cases, five years in tbe
State prison, but would use bis Influence to
have the Governor commute tbe sontence.
Counsel for defendant then applied for a
writ of error, and a stay of proceedings was
New York, Feb. 27. The remains of
Lieut. -Commander DcLong and bs com
panions of tbe Jeanette expedition were re
moved from tbe steamship Frisla to the
dock to-day, where tbey remain under tbe
guard of marines until tbey are placed In
tbe navy yard tug to-morrow morning and
taken to tbe battery, where they will be in
terred. Pressing applications for tickets
to the cathedral on Saturday morning have
been m ide on Chairman Collins, who bas
already distributed a large number. Mr.
Collins says tbe funeral services will take
place from the Cbureh of the Holy Trinity.
Kane KnonKh to Be Hanged.
Cincinnati, Feb. 20. Judge Matson, of
tbe probate court, this morning decided
tbe question of Patrick Uarlnet's sanity,
and bas turned him over to tbe police au
thorities for trial, according to law. It
will be remembered that Uartnet murdered
bis wife on January 31st In a Jealous frenzy
In tbe presence of bis six children, and then
ball concealed the body under tbe floor of
Tbe Fool and III Honey.
St. Joseph, Mo., Feb. 21. J. C. Wood,
claiming to be a stock man from Kentucky,
arrived here last nlgbt aud began taking in
thesight9. He bad lots of money and a
fine gold watch worth 200. He hasn't got
ihem to-day. His big roll of $20 and $50
bills got separated from bim somewhere in
the course of big revels.
( hrls. Differ a Marrow Escape.
St. Joseph, Mo., Feb. 21. Two
horses and a wagon loaded with sand
broke through the ice on the Missouri river
here and disappeared. Chris. Digel,
who was driving the team, bad a narrow
Oold Doing- Abroad.
Sew York, Feb. 21. Oold will be ex
ported from bere to-diy in consequence of
the high rates of foreign exchange. The
steamship Wleland ttkes out two hundred
thousand dollars in double eagles.
Harder and Suicide.
BoaZ, Wis., Feb. 21. -B. F. Barnes cut
his own and bis wife's throats last night.
The man is dying. Ill health and poverty
are attributed as the causes.
Washington, Feb. 21. In the Senate
this morning on the motion of Anthony it
was agreed to adjourn over until Monday
so that Washington's birthday could be
appropriately celebrated. Tbe bill providing
for the punlshmeut of persous falsely per
sonating officers in tbe employ of the
United States was passed. Tbe penalty is
a fine of not more than $1,000 or imprison
me nt not longer than thirty years or both
at ihe Discretion Court.
A bill to provide for the removal of
obstructions for the free navigation of the
navigable rivors of the United States
At 1 o'clock the consideration of tbe bill
relating to national bank circulation was
resumed. Morgan spoke at length to his
amendment to tbe effect that state bonds
be deposited to secure circulation when
Uuited States bonds so deposited are called
Washington, Feb. 21. On motion of
Mr. Uopkin tbe committee was authorized
to have the testimony taken before them
printed. Tbe House went Into Committee
of the Whole on tbe Military Academy bill
with Bland, of Missouri, In the chair.
Washington, Fob. 21. Before Keifer
lioyntoQ investigation committee, W. 6.
Furnay, a Journalist, of Columbus, O.,
testified that two weeks after tbe adjourn
ment of the last Congress, he
had an interview with Keif
er. Keifer's council attempted to
prove by witness that Keifer detailed to
witness at tbe Interview referred to the al
leged conversation respecting the McGar
rahan claim. The interrogations were
ruled out by the committee. The witness
subsequently testified that Boynton's
reputation was regarded as good in tbe
community In which he lived. He had
hourd it stated that the General was a man
of strong prejudices, likes and dislikes,
and that Hnynton bad made severe news
paper attacks upon certain public men with
out foundation. Colemau attempted to ex
amine the witness respecting the publica
tion of articles written by Boynton reflect
ing upon General Sherman.
Huled out as Incompetent. Keifer de
sired a further postponement of tbe inves
tigation until Saturday In order that cortaln
witnessesiivingat adlstancs might have op
portunity to appear. Chairman Hopkln.1
thought sufficient time had been given the
gentlemen interested to have their witnes
Department of Justice Investigation.
Washington, Feb. 21. Ralph Ballln,
Spocial Examiner, was before tbe House
Committee on Expenditures of tbe Depart
ment of Justice, and examined In regard to
the Investigations of tbe accounts of the
United States Marshal, Blytbe, of South
Carolina. lie said Blytbe kept no books
nor cash accounts In his office; that the
business was conducted In a.mauner wholly
Gen. Longstrest, United States marshal
of Georgia, was expected by the committee
to appear and defend blmielf against tbo
charges made, but he did not report.
To-day the House Committee on Faotfio
Railroads agreed to report a substitute to
ail bllli on the aubjeot Of requiring land
MORNING FEBRUARY 22,
grant railroad com panics te pay the cost of
surveying their lines within 60 days after
tbe passage of the ast, and upon failure to
comply with the terms of tbe act, directs
the Attorney General to bring suit to com
pel them to do so.
WaSIIINGTOV. V.h. 51 Thfl Kousa
Committee on Foreign Affairs agreed to ask
the House for authority to call for persons
and papers and investigate Abraham S.
Hewitt's course in relation to the O'Dun
nell resolution. Representative Bruram,
of Pennsylvania, was before tbe committee
anu ueciareu that it could be proven that
Hewitt bad apologized to the British Min
ister for bis action in introducing bis reso
lution calling for information relating to
O'Donnell's trial, and that Hewitt was
guilty of duplicity.
Investigation ol the Danville Riot Con
tinned. Washington, Feb. 21. -In the Dan
ville Investigation J. D. Blackwell, attor
ney, Judge of the Corporation court at
Danville, testified that wben tbe trouble
began he was seated in his law office on tbe
second floor of tbe building on tbe oppo
site. He said that tbe charge at Danville
was in tbe control of office of tbe slaves of
the federal Government, was a political
canard. Two councilman of tbe town
ought to be In tbe peniten
tlary. One has been accused of icductlon,
and tbe other committed forgery. Tbe
witness charged the grand Jury to Inquire
especially into the shootinr and who did it
and to prosecute to the fullest extent those
found guilty of a violation of law. Tbe
witness further said be didn't think tbe
Congressional Committee bad anything to
do with the mutter. He thought any one
could bare voted in Danville at tbe late
election without fear of assault. Ho didn't
believs the riot was premeditated for tbe
purpose of Intimidating the colu-ed voteri.
THE GERMAN ' HOG.
He Expresses Himself Freely on the
Why Prince Bismarck Refused to Houor
the Resolutions ol the Amer
Berlin, Feb. 21. Tbe Xorth German
Gazntte (Bismarck's organ) repels the at
tack of the opposition newspapers on tbe
decree of Bismarck relative to the Lasker
resolution. It says tbey do not express tbe
slightest indignation at the attempt of a
foreign body to lnterfero in tbe internal
affairs of Germany. Tbe request addressed
to Bismarck by Minister Sargent was of
such a remarkable character that it
could only be explained by his Igno
rance of diplomatic usage. It
amounted to nothing less than asking the
Emperor to Indorse tbe vote of a foreign
body and band it vised to tbe Reichstag,
for Bismarck's duty is simply to execnte
tbe command of the Emperor. Bismarck
is not In the employ of an international
Democracy, but the German Emperor. In
tbe some way that the Americau Congreis
had attempted to cause the glorification of
the late leader of tbe Secessionists by the
Emperor, so could any foreign Progreslisi
body seek to give a vote of confidence in
Herr Richter, or a Socialist body a similar
vote In Herr Bebel.
the national gazkttb says:
"Bismarck's decree is deprived of all
stlnz for Congress and tbe American peo
ple, because the whole affair is made en
tirely a matter of Internal German
THE BERLINER TAGEBLATT
says the revolution of the American Con
gress which Bismarck is unwilling to im
part to tbe Reichstag was long ago oon
veyed to lLa whole nation through tbe
press. Indeed, tbe publication of tbe
resolution in tbe Official Gazette shows
Bismarck himself arranged to give the
German people what be refused to trans
mit to the Reichstag, namely a demon
stration of respect to Kerr Lasker by tbe
people upon tbe other side of the ocean.
Paris, Feb. 21. The difficulty between
Meissonier and Meyer,"the art critic of tbe
Gaulois, bas boon settled by retractions
from tbe painter.
Paris, Feb. 21. Four thousand miners
struck atAuzin, in the Department of
MEMBERS OK THE ACADEMY. J
Paris, Feb. 21. M. Frances Coppee
and M. de Lesseps bave been elected mem
bers of the Academic Francaise.
London, Feb. 21. A dispatch to the
Times from Khartoum, says: "Gen. Gor
don opened two new gates through tbe
fortress, so the people can pass freely. Has
abolished octroi and market duties.
Suakiv, Feb. 21. Firing was heard
here early this morning in the direction of
Trlnkltal. Gen.Grahara, Commander-in-Chief
of tbe Tokar relief expedition will
arrive here to-night.
Ottawa, Feb. 21. The bill granting
nearly $30, 000,000 to the Canadian Paclflo
railway passed tbe House of Commons.
Dallas, Tex., Feb. 21. The wife of
the late Judge Burgess, of Henrietta, who
about two years ago killed It. M. Donley,
a prominent young lawyer of tbat place,
and who was afterwards himself killed by
W. It. Curtis, sued tbe latter for $00,000
damages, be having been acquitted on a
trial for murder. Tbe damage case was
disposed of night before last at Weather
ford, tbe Jury finding a verdict In favor of
A FIGHT WITH INDIANS.
Two of is Party In Pnranlt ol Fleeing;
. Ilorse-Thleves Killed.
Chicago, Feb. 21. A special from
Billings, Montana, sayt: "Five Piegan
Indians left their reservation, crossed tbe
Yollowstone at Clark's fork of the river,
to the Crow reservation and stole fifty
three ponies. Four Crows accompanied
by Joseph Gate, Cbancey Ames, Philip
Slddle, Lee M. Owens and throe other
white men, followed their trail, and had a
fU'ht with the Plegans at Hailstone Basin,
forty miles northwest of Billings. Cbancey
Ames and Joseph Gate were klllod, and
Owens and Side) te wounded. Four of the
Plestans ware killed, and tbe horses recap
tured. The bodies of Ames and Gate were
taken to Park City. Doth were well-to-do
BATTLE TOR LIFE.
The Story of Thomtva H. Beaton's
Successful Fight Against
I once said to Mrs. Fremont that It was
fortunate she was the possessor of such prime
health, as it had enabled her to be of so much
help first to her father, then to her husband.
"No, you mistake me," she replied "Un
fortunately I bave no secure health. I be
long to a consumptive family and Inherit
strong pulmonary tendencies. In fact, I
have bled at the lungs myself and saved my
life only by a fight of years."
As I expressed much surprise, she said:
"Yes; my father was a man of tremendous
energy and resolution, and people generally
suppose him to have bson robust. He never
was. He belonged to a family of eight chil
dren, 'it whom five died of consumption be
fore thay were 21."
I askixl her how Col Benton got out of "the
line of promotion."
"When be was 3 years old his father died
of consumption, and wbon bis brotbeis fol
lowed, one after another, It set my father to
thinking. He was studying law iu Tennessee,
practising, erhap. by that time. Tbe doc
tor told him that be bad consumption of a
fatal variety, and must die. He rebelled
against this destiny, aud said he never would
perish in that Ignoble manner; he would die
on the battle-field. Bo he raised a company
(it was in the war of 1813) and started with a
detachment for New Orleans to join Jack
son. In tbe march from Memphis to New
Orleans he walkedmost of the way, landing
his horse to others. He marched in the
rain. He wailed streams. He lay down in
bis wet clothes and slept, and marched on.
He ate like a bear. Ha gained in strength.
His hemorrhages diminished in number and
finally ceased altogether. He always at
tributed his escape to out-door air and ex
posure. "Well, after I was married, my life waa
despaired of, too, and the doctor intimated
that my time bad come. I quit civilized
life at once and went and Joined the general
on the plabis. That kept me alive undoubt
edly. ''So it was with our youngest boy, Frank.
He went into law, and had much ambition In
its study, but suddenly the old symptoms
came upon him, and the doctor told bim he
must quit the law office if he would live,
lteluclantly be took the hint, and went into
the army, where be can live out of doors aa
much as he likes,"
1 said tbat Col. Benton was such an inces
sant aud profound scholar along certain lines
tbat I had supposed tbat his life must have
been mostly sedentary, especially during the
years when he was editor of Tbe Missouri
"He always kept up the habit of free ex
ercise in tbe air," said Mrs. Fremont, "but it
tnle him comparatively strong, so tbat he
rould pursue long studies. I remember read
ing through to him in French, the sixteen
volumes of the 'Causes Celebres of France,
while he made an abstract of the cases."
I reflected that, perchance, the multitudi
nous duels that "Old Bullion" felt compelled
to fight in those good old days, when it was
considered the proper thing for any man to
kill an editor, must have given him a good
deal of exercise, and may have had some in
fluence in keeping him alive. I asked Gen.
Fremont the other day if John Bigelow's al
lusion to his duels in the "Campaign Life of
'50" repelled tbe Quakers from him, and he
said: "Not at all, I am sure. The Quakers are
sensible people. When I gathered tbat fine
army of (50,000 around me in Missouri, several
of the foremost young Quakers of Pennsyl
vania Joined me, and put on the uniform and
took up the sword at the risk of expulsion
from their church. Probably some of them
actually were expelled."
"I remember," 1 said, "when we thought it
was rather hard for you to be relieved of
your command in Missouri for taking the
very same attitude of hostility to slavery
that Lincoln himself was compelled shortly
"I don't allow myself to talk much about
my old disappointments," said the general
A Steamboat Caught lu the Storm.
Pink Blufe, Ark., Feb. 21. -The
steamboat Joe Peters arrived here yester
day morning in a very dilapidated condi
tion. Wbile tied up at tbe bank Tuesday a
violent windstorm came on which broke
the lines aud sent the boat adrift. Steam
was up, but tbe wind tossed tbe boat
about like a toy, and for a time Capt. Wil
liams thought a wreck Inevitable. To es
cape destruction sho was beaded for a lake
near by, which she finally reached In
safety, but not until tossed against the
bank, and guards, derricks and Jackstaff
demolished. The damage is estimated at
Sr. Louis, Feb. 21. Isaac Gatewood
was released from custody on representa
tions by the Coroner tbat be was in no way
responsible for tbe death of his wife
Mollie. She died of a hemorrhage,
: FEBRUARY 21.
Wheat March $1 OSX; April $1 lOTsT ;
May $113; June $114S; February
Coks February G2K; Maroh C2bj
May C5X; April 03V; Juno OiX.
Cattle Receipts 5,003; firm,
exports $0 2j!dl 2.'i; good to choice
$6 loM 10.
Hoos Receipts 14,000; opened weaker,
light $0 40(31190; rough pack
ing $C50ra0 90; heavy packing and
hipping 7 00(37 50.
Wukat Februarv 92'; March 02 V;
May 08'f; Juno 1 00; April
93 S; July il 01X.
Mav 5SH; June
Maroh 63 V;
April 53V; July
; March 82 V: Mav
30V; April 32V; June 30V; ear 39V.
Pohk February $17 73; Maroh
$17 75; May $18 02V; June $18 12 V.
LARD-February 9.0-V, March 9.65;
May 9.87087V; June 9.02V.
Cattlk Receipts 1,15 head; market
about steady at unchanged prlo s.
Hooa-Kccolpt 6,703 bead; 6,000 held
over, market firm; CfSlOo higher, soiling
$6 25(30 W; bulk sales at $6 40(30 70.
Wheat and corn arrived
dull. Wheat to arrivo dull t corn
to arrive dull. Country markets steady
Msrk Lane Wheat and corn dull.
Spot wboat dull. No. I spring Ts
lid. western wlntur 8s Sd. Mixed
Western corn dull at to SWd.
Demand from United Jpngdoa
And Continent dull for wheat ud ton
AniLonioRoa u a novel word to moat
twopto who iak ths English Uniroage. The
Ureeta Med it oetitiirie uo, nieaniiiir by It
ATHLoraouoa is the first and only
medicine which has carried off the
prize aa the perfect remedy for Rheu
matism and Neuralgia.
Like two relentless tyrants they have tor
ffee belli their suffering victim in an iron
grip. These poor sufferers have been as slave
In the power of their oppressors.
ArnxoraoBos has entered the arena, en
riged In conflict with tbe monster, ana won tho
rictory. As tbe competitors In the Grecian
frame of old could win only by the moat severe trialu
I f ability and endurance, so Athlopbobo ban won
the prize, not alone by glvtatf temporary relief, but
by bringing an enduring cure, as well, to those who
have suffered the excruciating agonies of lUieuiua.
Usui and Neuralgia.
AimornoRos Is a novelty, not only
in name, but in its elements. It is un
like any preparation yet introduced.
ATiiLoruoKoa acta on the blood, muscles
and Joints, removing the poison and acid from
the blood, carries them out of the system.
ATHLOrnoRos la put up with consummate
rkill, and contain nothing that can possibly
harm the most delicate constitution.
Now, do you want to suffer on and on!
or do you want to be well ?
"Athlophoros" WILL Cure You
If you cannot get Athlophoros of your drug
gist, we will send It express paid, on receipt of
regular price one dollar per bottle. We prefer
that you buy It from your druggist, but If ho
hasn't It, do not be persuaded to try something
i lse, but order at once from us as directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK,
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 wben they
are writing, and ever so much cleaner.
And then It give them the true essence
and flavor of the tobacco.
The moat fastidious smokers among all
nations and aU classes of men agree that
the tobacco grown on the Golden Tobacco
Belt of North Carolina is tbe most delic
ious and refined in tho world. Lighter
than Turkish, more fragrant than Havana,
freer from nitrate anil nicotine Uian any
other, it is Just what the connoiaseiir
praise and the habitual smoker demami.
The very choicest tobacco grown
on this Belt 1 bought by Black-
well' Durham Tobacco Co., anil
appear in their celebrated Bull
Durham Smoking Tobacco. It is
known the world over.
Oet the genuine. with Bull
trade mark, then you will
be sure of having abso
lutely pure tobacco.
pj E. INCE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
8th Street, between Com'l Ave. Mid Levco.
CnOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KISU8 OF AMC.MTION.
"infos Repaired, All Kinds ol Keys Made.
IAS. B. SM1TU.
ROBERT A. SMITU.
Grand Central Store.
OlliO. - - ILL,.
The Kegnlar Cairo & ratlucah Daily
Str. GUS FOWLER.
ITENTtY E. TAYLOR, Master.
UEOKUB JOBEa, Clerk.
Leaves Psducsh forCsIro dully (Sundays except
ed) at 8 a. m ., and Mound CitV at 1 p. m. Hettiru
Ing, loaves Cairo st 4 p.m. ; Moanil City at & p.m.
Nashville, Paducah & Cairo U. S. Mail
For rsduoah, Smlthlanfl, Dyiwhum, Kddjvllle,
Canton, Dover, Clarksvllle aud Nashville,
B. S. RHEA.
J.8. 1TNKU m. Master.
Leaves every Monday morning at 10 o'clock a.m.
W. H. CHERRY.
WM. 8TWWO M-stor.
FELIX URASTV , ..-.-.-..Clerk.
L avis every Fr dsy morning st 10 o'clof, tns.
titffclo connections st Nashville with tho L. a)
IS R. It. and N. O.K. K. for all points tooth,
with the Upper Cumberland Packet Co., for all
points for ths Upper Oomhsrlsnd. For freight or
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