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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 187..
NEW SERIES-NO, 22.
Improvement of Railroad
no IlnriKontul: lO Vertloni.)
Mf. J:. II. o'r.)-: of :,M cn.( streets i viz. fr.itii Seeoud to Twentieth kt recti, from the cast line of ('"miner-
Siu-S.-v.Tal have been Uggct.,l ti utilizing the Ilailn u 1 Strip of one j d:i! av,,lUu to th(. lin, ol,1M,,,, railroad strip of 33 fat wide, the sumo elevation
hundred f,. t wid,, now i.wuc.1 l.y the city. The one I pr.po.e. will. I think, commend , ,s ...(.lisla-l on Commercial avenue (0 feet Mow to, of Wi, thence on un inclina-it-lf
lor ..raetibiiity nd tJio .mull CM of inverting it into a substantial benefit to th- i ,;,, , j f ,t b o0tl,,t v t:,, to) (lf the Lt.v,(, Tho l,itu.Unal jfral.. of pro,,,.,,,! new
I-rop. -rty holders merchant ami railroad companies of the city. si:,,; and reread I cms street (1km,,- 450 feet, cmM he lowered so as to tit the
Il'yoii up- of the opinion there is merit in tho nWv plan make siu It ue of them a- you ground, keeping alrnv .ipe water. I would arrange tho three railroad trucks that the
may i ! i in roper. Explanation of plan: Mike n public street of say "j feet wide, from j wide gauge he placed on each side of railroad strip with the narrow tfauiji; in centi-r;
the !ia k iiu.- I' r."vc lot, next to which set apart say '.',' (Vet for railroad purposes suf- . then phice a third rail between tho two wide gauges for tho narrow gauge. We should then
U . ient for tim o tracks: then 10 fret for an alley immediately in rear of lots on oast side' ; have equal to live tracks which would be a groat convenience to shippers loading and un
of Commercial avenue, nuking the. 10') feet original strip. I propos'.- to make the trade I loading cars t.f any and all railroads runniii',' into the city, and at any point desired. The
KKW W THE RtMAIlkS MA BE AROI T THE
I'Vl'tH JiY Ol'lt COMKMIMilUlilK.
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ii ' 1 1 r- iii-iv i f '"lin II ''' r!y. The Hi i.i.k
tin 'i.-'i :iiiear wltii n I'tnud-li-w dri .
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li. . .j t,.r. w. re fuli of idea :ili I lie ju.' bun lo
.1 i'e ;: in . tfeetivLly a Sill s;'s:-trt ; all of w.'ikh
I' r'' : pl"ii"nre In Ri iji'.eAl "!'".
iViiiiej I l.i. ill
Tun C.uiio Wekki.V IIi'Mktiv of May 'Jd. i i
ri.'iul.d u.imlier. Ift'er!y mid Sully tun keep
i' i;p '.i ti.nt t.t!ldinl. TilK 111 M.KTiN will ja-tly
, utit.i il to ;be i redit of lieiu,' ih.i 'iet I), iimi rat ie
i k!. ia southern liilni.i. saw lnlh"r. If
f.e p 'ol'le of Cuiro and ticitnty do not i'.- you
i IMicmI nail u",tierin: r.'fmli" they .liniild lie
i-!i lined nt tliennelve. aud ' eoudi'inni'd to f''"d
ea tie- b !! throw n out for nida al ri rlectimi l.y
t e'Sull.i.lldil Kepulillinn ind if tlmt diet wnaid
not ri !;., r to!ii.'ii Im they mu-t 1"' fi.ie lite, d
w ;'ii and .Icet Iron.
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Wonder! .1 ehmi.'e fi r lie; lie't.T TilK Caihh
Hi i.i win 'mie. to ii. In an entirely 0"W die. hnv-lie.-
tiiroiMi away their old type niid'.aid In nti entire
h new in'. Aio a new editiiriit the ni'it head, vi.:
Tnnaia Sally. John If . (iherly. general niutiaier.
'i'aif Hi 1 1 tTt hun li-eti eiilnr.-ed to tin eliilit piu'e.
lortv-ellit eluniti puper. and it I a tMlii to South
ern I'li'io: Sucre In tin' 111 ) I.I.TIN .
ololuix'ti County .lournil 1
Tim C'Aiun III i.i.ktin urtli e buc uud.iri.'"te iUili' a
ilinjie rei eutly. The old mat. 'rlul have all been
removed und replaced by lirauil new .
.) II. (Hierly I the Ketierul liii"ine matiuijer. und
Thutiem Sally l I hi' editor. TilK Htl.UTiN. now,
ireentn a neat and ititerprlili4 appearaiii e. It
edltnri.il odiltnnii nru llnted now and then with
I ple.iite4 artli le I'mtn the pell of Utterly lilmself
(We llavu I.nt th" Same.)
Tim Caiimi lieu" hs been umlcrirnliiit re
hatillitlnii. and I hit ollU'c Ik now ald to lie otienf the
lient In theStute. II. in. John II. Ulierly li:i re
ruiueil tint puhlli alien il ml inana'.'iMileiit of the
paper, with Thomas Sully a editor. I'ikI'T ths
ihlecontnil of these ut'iitli'tiii'ii, Thk IIci.i.ktin w ill
'In i Hi i lual work IB Urn uuod mil"' of Ileuiis:riiey
thi till!, uherly know how to run a newspaper
. iMur)iliylM)ro Independent.!
Tint Caiiio IIci.i.ktin Iiuk douueda new die, ha
lu'endiii reateil to m; lx-rlumQ lii, tuit Is gruikily
Improvtl tioth In itppeHoinie, nlillliy am) Itit. i'et.
r. Tliotna Sally, an cxperliiuiad printer lad an
aiile writer, 1 nt the helm and the Hci.i.ktin lild
I'alrti) hei'otnii u paper miuti a Cairo ban nut bad for
ye.ir. Cairo I" fnlly able to uppnrt it utiod, live
dally, ft"'! Meimr. Oherly and Sally will nlve neli
a paper If hercltlzeti und liiulmva tniin clve them
anytlilnu I'ki' til 'eiicii'iraieinent l!i"y il' ierve.
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Taf! C airo P.ili.ktim La- ni einly tml r.'..ri- a
c hn," in it itiutif ru tit Mr. Jolia II. OVtiy !
f('lBtalled miriaer. Thutna- XV.y !;tr.
With tie.' hah."- mauy rmlii.il iiniroi m. tt. are I'.
Biii'iirile.l. K'lituria'ly. tliere In tie,' n'.l li; i.u.tin
tltii b'mhh t!ie (ii;ier. M'f Uunletlly. it i- " i "tel t.j
un 't in tlie ntste. The weekly I a n!-n!nrnti
riJaltu. I" out In 1 Dew drv of liejalifi.! t..ie. ntni
in t.le (Ti i.mjxi.itiuii lio t!i rre In-!- nf Mr
Ci'ieriv in e,,.ry d.'ijrttniiit. Wiien we re-r n ir eye
iijxii. "tu b a iii-r ' the Ilci.i.tTi v. cia Kreely
rejin a fiT-lini of envy mel covetouhi'. W.:
trt.-t t.'iere ! fjffli irlil Itite'ill.'itH e il) Njutlierti .
llrmis to ! fer tin: nnniey aiel liri;t tlm! are V,e
iii.' e-:i;,;..y .,1 :i;eia tint ex"''!'et;t m;e r. It i li
k -ril!!.' f n e:i ;' (Von (,f f.v.'t.ty tbo't-'itid ' i ',i:
Iti red:t t., th:.!t of In- utatf. Wo wi-uit
v. re - o :.- re;.' rty
Ni :e .Telili I Mali; ( .ax.'tte.
l.i t!,. i '-rt;Vi tlti.i of thiiii.- it i- meet sail
J.rojc-t t!..it 'iiv olil ( aiiui lit i.i.kti h Uoit'd ii.t
ti e tiaij'l- "f lion Jotin II. !erly ml Mr Tern
N.il'.- W.' reird cub ta wcisrrev c .n a u,i
one li - :i- i --t iru to tl.e tieit'-r ton! eirer ii i i.
r ;!.!.':. .; i: were Witfi S.n: ciitor of -i !!
i '.t. ;.:.il ('!eiiy n. 4"eriinr c :ei U"j-L
hv I T : i. . ; - .lei iV. j;ot l I, ;';. atel '.ro.oe:-oi.
nl K IIUMK NATKiNALS
i ni:T in thi: kiklh with a can-
IIIATK Foil CONGKKSS. .
Coiires'ioiial Iistiict Coiiveiitioii at
C ;it. 1. S. lJ:t vin ol' I n i m ii n N n.
iu.'itcd -'l'lio 1' Lit t'l' in.
o';r Sp-cla; I orre-pm.,'.. i.t J
('Atiiii'M'M.K. 111.. May 24. In.
This i the day and the phu o appointe I
for tin' assi in!ii:ii; of tin- "National (rei-n-back
am! Lal'or I'iirty' of the Kightia nth
conri iotial district, for the purpos" of
noiuinatiiii: a ( audi. late fur Chiiltcs and
the traiiviction of such other bu.-injss
tin-convention may deem ni'ice-sary. In
point of number the convention U not a
success, only til tout one-half the ciuiutics in
the district beiiio rcpl'i'sented, while others
have but one or two delegates attend llli e.
When it is undi'rtiK.d that this is a''inas
convention," and that the total number ot
(Jreciibai kefs present will not excci'd
tuei.ty-tive, it will not le 1. 'ked
upon a a "oeiii ra! uc-e." However tho
"peri'!i!n " of the (onvi ntii!! is good, mid
ainoiig the mtive siirit we lind a number
ot gentlemen of hiifh standinu sik dally, if
not politically, iti tin- cotuiiuiiiities in which
they live. In short, if the r"prectitation
here to-ilay i to be taken iis all indication
it is plain that the (ireenb:ick. National or
Labor lli form element in the Kyiteenth
district is not fonnidttlile, and will not be
tho means iol' 'crushing out" either of the
old parties at the comino election.
AMOMi TIIK ltKI'UKSI'.NTATIVKS
present aroT. J. llobert, Cairo; Dr.Inoram,
JohnM.llill. Dr.O.ll.Ormsby. It. .1. Stevens,
Ksi., John r. Stellc, Jacknin; A. K. Vick
trs, Mnssiic; C'npt. S, I Iiavis, (iiven Davis
111 Johnson I'. Hani. Ferry; Judu'e 11. M.
Dishop. Dr. J. J. (irahain, Williamson; D.
A. C'adwalhuler, of l'andolph, and others.
I'nion, I'opo, Fulaski and Johnson counticH
were not reproprcsentcd.
(IKTTISU TO UrHINKSH.
At tl o'cliK'k, aboiitall the representativrs
having nssembled in Kiehart and Ciunp
hell's Hull, Dr. Ingram, editor ami proprie
tor of the Industrial Tribune, published at
M it rphyslH im, und a lending Hpirit in the
Oreenbnek movement, called the conven
tion to order and stated tho object for
which it had been called. When tho doe
tor oor.c.l'1'loil, the convention was not long
i.o " 10 35-,- S5-o """", 1:--(J '-- - - --j
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JlTTIMI INTO Wur.KIMi OltUKlt.
Dr. O. IJ. Oruishy, of MurphysUiro, was
ho.en chainii'in, find H. J. Stevens, Escp,
also f.f Murjihyslioro. was selected to keep
a n . or 1 of tin- pM eeilinos of the couven
tii.ii. A ( ail of the roll showed that I'urnlolph,
Jackson. Perry, Williamson, Alexand'T and
Ma-'.ac counties were repr... eutd, while
rni"ii, J.ihr.iii. I'ope und I'ulaki were
not. The first business transacted was the
selection of a
CUMMITTKK OS riKOI.rTiONS
:.s follows: Joh:i I'. Snlh r. of Jackson; J.
( . Harris, of Perry; T. J. Huberts, of Alex
ander; A. K. Vickers of Msae: Dr. J. J.
;i.ib.,i:i. of Wi'.liainun : D. A. Cadwallader.
( f Ilandolph; Dr. W. T. l.igram. of Jack
s"!t; .lu ll".- 11. M. IJisiop. of Williamson.
n:.il A. K. 'icki'is, of Massac, wre ap
pointed a committee ort rcprcont-itio:i. with
p.i'Aer t'. Seiei t a
lOsTllICT ( KNTItM. ( oM f ITTIiK.
The i.t-oaniarii.tt and appointment of the
tieces..,rv committee having been accoin-p'.:-!:e'l.
the (.,:ive:,i":i a.li.iurned for din
ner. AFTKUN'n N Si:I(iN.
I i'M M'.TI I. K IlKI'oKTS
Tie' committee on representative re
p itted the oliowino named persons to con
stitute tic co:is.resi":ia! cotiuj.ittee for the
Eiuhti entii i!itrict:
(i. U. (iriitsby. Jaeko:;:
S. 1. Davis. Perry:
P. A. C.ilw.dhei.r. Ihu..'. ;;.h;
.'. '. Craham, Wii'.iai:io.t :
H. Hotipt. Alexander;
A. Iv. Viekers, Maae ;
.1. II. Stiegall. Pope;
Ii. J. Holiiis. John in.
Tin- report wa adopted and the ii ntral
committee authorized to fiil the vacancies
cellsed by the non-repri entatiou oi' I'uiou
and Pulaski counties.
TIIK oi.MMITTKK UN liKsol.l 1 'loss,
tiirou'h their chairman, Mr. John P.
Stelle. reported tile follow ina, which Were
unanimously adopted :
The National (Jtveiihack ami Labor
Patty of the Hth coiioresional district of
Illinois, in convention assembled, adopted
t!ie follow ino declaration of principles :
I. We reaffirm the platform adopt by
the State Convention of Springtield, March
We demand that what -vi r is
permitted to circulate as money,
whether of metal (.ir paper, shall be full
legal tender, dollar for dollars, in payment
of all debts, dues and demands, and as
such it shall bo maintained and protected
by the full power of the nation.
That nothing shall be permitted to
circulate as money, no matter of what mat
erial made, that does not hear the authori
zed stamp of and is not issued by the na
tional ifoverninent; and we, therefore, de
mand tin.1 immediate iilmlitlun of the na
tional banks, and of all other bank of is
sues. 4. We demand that all government
bonds, now duo, bo immediately paid otVin
lawful money of the Fnited State, and
that all the government I Hinds be promptly
so paid as fast as they mature;
that wo condemn the ihi-hiration in
the Democratic platform of Illinois
that it is unwise to pay any more of the
principal of tho national debt at present.
... That the plan now practiced by John
Sherman, and urged by the Democratic
State platform of Illinois', of refunding the
matured and maturing bonds into other
IhiiuIs of a longer time to run, is contrary
to thn liest intercuts of tie' oopo: and we
hereby demand the imncdiato repeal of
the no-CHlhtd rredlf net nf 1011.
(t. That wo condemn th" proMiit!on of
lending OpuhlicAii and urged in tie Dem
ocratic State- platform of Illinois of Issu
ing govcjiuent Ixinds in small denomina
tions, to lie put on sale throughout the
country, as it will tend to absorb what lit
tle money is now in circulation, and fasten
the bond system tiHin the country by mak
ing the United States a nation of bond
holders. 7. That we emphatically oppose the issue
of any more interest bcanicr. non-taxable
government In mds of any kind or for any
That we demand the immediate, un
conditional repeal of the so-called resump
tion net. and all other legislation that has a
tendency to contract the currency and in
crease the intere.st louring debts.
!. That we depricate and condemn the
present plan of doing public work, and ob
taining public supplies by the jobbing con
tract system: and convict labor belongs to
the State. We believe it Would be thus
much U'ttor employed, so far as practical,
than by bringing it as now. in dins t con
flict with private labor and manufacture.
10. That we denounce the present dis
graceful system (if lobbying: and hereby
demand it reliiike and correction by legis
lative enactment if necessary.
11. That we denounce -ihe so-called doc
trine of communism, and condemn all etl'orts
at redress except thi'ouoli the constitutional
means of the ballot-box.
12. That we U lieVe on the success of
these principles ileM iiils the welfare of the
nation and the proserity of the people,
and we hereby cordially invite' all citizens
of the Kicjliteeiith Congressional district, ir
respective of past party affiliations to join
with u.- in securing their success.
Tic resolutions having been disused of.
Chairman Onusby announced that M. S.
Smith. ''ld Keewanec," was in the house,
and would address the convention. Loud
ca!i were made for Smith, amid which
?:.e old man came forward. He made a
lc.no sped h. It took him three hours to
tell what he knew ttliout money,
and some thins: that he did
not know. He denounced gold and
silvir as a curse to the country, and ad
vocated the abolition of our national bank
i:io sy-teiu, and issue by the uational gov
( rntie ut of an irredeemable paper currency
in tin amount sufficient to "jfive every man
all he want." Duriny; the sittii)" of the
convention short addresses were made by
Mr. Steele, of Clinton county, (Iroeiiback
candidate for appellate court clerk: Judge
liishi.p of Williamson county, John P.
Stelle, and otliei.
l'l T IT TO 11K KNOCK KB IMIWX.
All other business haviiu; been disused of,
Dr. Ingram of Miirphysliom moved that
the convention proceed to the nomination
of a candidate for congress. To this several
gentlemen objected ami suggested that the
(ircenbnckcTs should wait un til after the other
parties had put their candidates in the field.
Considerable discussion followed, but w hen
the vote on Dr. Ingram's motion was put
it wits carried almost unanimously.
Dr. Inutam in a brief but appropriate
speech presented the itHine of S. I. Davis,
of Perry county, as a man on whom the
(ireenbackers could unite and make a strong
tight for Congress. No other candidate
was offered aud the nomination of ('apt.
Davis was concurred in by acclamation,
('apt. Davis was then introduced to the
convention and made 11 .short speech, in
which he clearly showed that while he is a
man . 1 little above t he nwragc in intellegenee,
ho is by no means a llnent talker or one that is
likely to get up iiiBch enthusiasm in his
favor, IL' owns a good farm In the vicini
ty of DuCJuoin, and also runs a coal mine,
IL1 is a member of the state grunge and at
present tills the office of state lecturer for
that organization, lie Is of ordinary size,
proposal improvement would in no manner interfere with our present system of drain
ago, for all that would he necessary would he small drains under railroads and strut.
With regard to the approach to the Levee, it has l.een said that a grade any steeper
than the one at present on our cross streets would k impracticable, being one foot in 'M
feet. As a comparison, one of the principal streets in St. Louis (Market Street) has an aver
age inclination of 1 foot in 2D feet from Levee street to Fourth street, parts of it being I
foot in 12 feet. I believe this sufficiently explicit to bo understood and submit it for
your consideration. ('has. Tumor, County Surveyor.
C.uiso, Ills., May 24, IsTs.
has a full, black lieard and black hair, rath
er long. He is alxmt 40 years of age and
in his iMTsoniil appearance evidently takes
considerable pride. At the conclusion of
('apt. Davis' address, the convention ad
journed. Tin? HusJKUitlnt' Mrs. McXamee Makes
a Few IUiuarks.
lie Indulges in il' ami Calls Dr. Barnes
- jKrum the Jutn stioro (iazette.
Kaolin. I i.i... May l:. ISTS.
Editor (J azkttk. Ilea: n'llow me, for
this once, and this once only, to reply to
lion. I ') Joint h. l'etncli, whose card tip
pears in your issue of May 4th. Whatever
ilmtiits may have oeen on my mind as to
the gentleman's truth and veracity have
been dispelled by his wilful perversion of
facts. The gentleman ( .'I starts out to say
"It would not lie proper for me to permit
myself tube drawn into a new. spa per contro
versy with anyone about the subject mat
ter of his card, but I may'' itc.,' and the
lion. John straightway goes for a new-paper
and cnditivors to (though laboriously)
set himself straight before the public. Tlie
gentleman haris a good deal about investi
gation. Does the gentlemau call it investi
gation when he attempts, as he did on
Monday, May 1st, to order me from the
room when the "whitewashing" was go
ing onf Is it not rather intimidation
when I hud M caution the Hon. ( '.) gentle
man to keep his hands to himself that I
did not come to be abused by him. nor to
lie insulted by his honor.' " Mr. Detrich,
why is it you and your co-laliorers on the
investigation whitewashing operation don't
publish the proceedings of your so-called
investigation' Why do you not publish
the testimony of the witnesses examined '.
Come, John, before you leave us for the
halls of congress, do let us know what
kind of a whitewhiisher you are. Let the
light of day into you mode of investigation.
Investigation! forsooth! My dear John,
if I did go to Tennessee, let me assure you
I was not paid to go, but I could get paid
to stay away, and that, too, Hon. John K.
Detrich, by parties not a thousand miles
away from your investigation chamber. "I
will not stoop to use fitting terms to ex
press contempt.'' Now, John, is dot sof
Hosorve your contempt, John, for your
whitewashed doctor, whom you never
alluded to in your virtuous high indig
nation article. I thank you, John, for
being so careful of mo to be sure not to
cause my arrest. What did I do to you,
Mr. John, that you should cause my arrest,
or am I to understand you are the guardian
of Dr. Hnrnes; If the lascivious doctor
thinks he has cause for my arrest, the courts
of the country are open for him. Now,
John, is it not because the libertine doctor
don't like to face a jury of his country
men, bearing the character for female de
spoliation that he does; 1 ail the doctor
not "cheek" enough to Ik; seen parading
the streets of Anna no more, as in
former days in the hey-day his self-import-mice,
or is he attending more closely to his
duties; I was not aware that it is a imt
sonal thing to publish the fact of an aspir
ant for congress, I presume some will
think, too, I am personal when I intimate
that it is good to be a )olitieian. Ju-t see
how easv it wus for the lion. John to get
his son into a snug berth at the asylum
that of assistant clerk. Was this the price,
my dear John, you got for your whitewash
ing' In conclusion, lion. John E. Detrich,
no one expects you to do anything more than
what you have done. You went through
the form of an investigation but it was well
known what your verdict would be lieforo
you convened for the purvose. You may as
welltryticlcan.se lleecher of the stain of
Tiltonism, as to attempt to prove the im
maculate character of your lecherous doc
tor. Ho is too well known for any vindica
tion at your hands; Itotter mind your can
ilidaey.'john. The doctor inny or may not
continue at the head of alTairs here, but I
was here U'fore the doctor came amongst
us, or you shed the light of your counten
ance on us tis flu-tee, John, and I will like
ly In- here, too, when the doctor and jam
will Iiiitc ili-fwnicd for other climes. In the
meantime, Mr. Detrich, permit ine to sug
gest: You may never sit in the kills of
congress, but slronld a kind fate scud you
there, please have more regard for the truth,
and of the sarred rights of the jmor men
who may vote (br you, and whose home
you have indirectly despoiled by white
washing a victorious desHiiler of female
virtue. I am, doctor, John, yours respect
fully, Jons McN'amke.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Livkhpool, May 2.", li)ft p.m. Wheat
Quiet and unchanged. Cora new, 24 fl
W 23s; old. 27s :jd(o2T !ld.
Livkki'ool, .May 2, 2:20 p.m. Un
changed. LlVKiiPixu., May 2.", 5 .u. Unchanged.
NK'.V V0UK. GKAIN.
New Yoi:k. May 2. 12:10 p. in.
Wheat quiet; No. 2 Chicago, $1 Kjl 17;
No. 2 Milwaukee, -tl lSei.l 1!; red winter,
fl 20(41 2ii; amber, fl 22M 20. Com
easier; steamer, 411' ; No 3, 4se;No. 2,
ClirCAOO CHAIN AND I'llOM'CE.
CiiicAoo. May 2", !;:!0 a.m. Wheat
June, $ 1 02'g. Corn July. u7?ttC Esti
mated receipts of lings 11,000 head.
Ciiicai'iO," May 25, 0:47 a. m.-Pork
July, $s 02;: August, $s 20 bid.
Cnii Aiio, May 2o, 11 a. m. Corn June,
oti.''c asked ; July, .'hi ;B :17c. Pork June,
f7S7,i !'0; Jnly.fS 02,(3 0.1 ; August,
ll'j'. WheatJune,$I OT&l Ot,,';
Cmcwio, May 2., 12 m. Corn .May,
:ifiHc; June, MSd!-Ml July, :jS'ao.
Pork Juno, 7 8.-&7 S7.i,'; July, J 02;
August, fS 20. Wheat May, t 05'
1 O.V4'; June, 1 Ul.it 01 Ji; July,
CiiicAoo, May 21. 10 a. m. Pork
June, $7 S. asked; July, fS (K)sj 021a ;
August, H 12i!.j 174 Corn-May,
:72'c; June, :!ti;'B'c; sales .June, 'Mc bid ;
July, IlTjic Wheat-June, fl 02a';July,
CiiicAoo, May 25 (closing report).
Pork June, $7 S7.i.j&7 1)0; July, Oo;
August, fS 22t(tr,$ 2.-.. Wheat-May,
1 0.1;. lime, UUjjcuifl 00; July, Mfo:
Corn May, MMe; June, ai4'e
Havk Yuf A Cot un. That dry hack
ing cough is the herald of nppnmching con
sumption. To check the swilt progress of
the destmyer, pnunpt und decisive measures
must be restored to. A dose of Dr. Morris'
Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and Horehouud,
taken when the coughing spells come on,
will afford immediate relief, and eventually
effect ti thomugli cure. It will be found
equally benericial in all forms of threat and
lung disorders. In caso of cnnip it is of
inestimable value. Call at the drug store
of llarelay Druthers aud iuquire ubout it;
they will furnish you with a trial size lit
tle for 10 cents. A Inrgesizu 50 cents aud
Also agents for Prof. Parker's Pleasant
Worm Syrup, which never fails. Pleasant
to take, aud requires no physic. Mee 33ct3.