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Home; f J to $1 a day easily made; work scut by
mull; iiocinvaiNlnv. Addrem F. Wild & Co.,
box 157. Dubuque, I ;wa. ft! I-1 in
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
TIIK MIN VI II EL EVENT OK TUB SKASOS !
Ono Night Only J'oaitively.
FRIDAY, MARCH 21.
1'osilively Hie Greatest Company ever
Seen in Cairo.
M. . LKAVITT'S
M 11 I.F.AYITT Soi I'ropr.
W. a. (XEVKI.AM) Uti. Hcures'iive
Ail uudurtue able management of Dick Parker.
fifOt thl (irest Company r.n mav juliie for
yourself. LOOK! at (he iism.: The Lauuli
in,' li.-nois Cool Hurn'M, Ilia Artistic Ho y New
romh, Funny llirrr Armstrong. Kccintric Dave
Heed, tl.i' (irutifiit Kiwoml, (iron--qui Atrial
Mtteo's Ki'tini; .v Fi.vnn.lhe Accomplished Kine
Druthers. Ill'; Wonderful 'Sujirfino S:an'ley dray,
lifd Humous Wm. K-l.o.v, Popular Frank
Jtowli-s" Military Dtnd and Wiu. Si-ue's lirand
Orchestra. All tnise and ii" utbi-r JliLetrcl Cel
ebrities. Fii ft time lere of N'nu tics' FIlb'c
"Jav Gould Yacht."
ANo prt-CLtitirij ijl.'lr'y the New aud Original
Longtree of the Jersey Lily's Peril,
C nmi'n'N at t. Ci rlai:i s at I''p.m. Ad
tnlolon: 7'', 5'iiT.d .'.' n uts, bra s iau be se
cured at Hurler's Jowuiry store.
QEOKGIE IIAUUlSuX LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN ct SURGEON.
Special attention puidto the H-.tnc pathlc treat
mint of surgical diseases, and diseases of women
OFFICE (n U'.h street, oppcs.te the Poet
office, Cairo, III.
J)U. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOIt, ELKCTUOVAPOIi and MEDIC AT1CD
A lady In attendance.
QU. W. C. JCCTLYN,
DENTIS T .
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Corao err'' sveroe
R. E. W. WUITLOCK,
Owtci-No. 136 Commercial Avenue, between
Kehthand N tub Street
Manufacturer and Dealer In
tith Street,, between Com'l Ave. ud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KIND3 P AMCN1TION
We Itenalrcd. All Kinds ol Key I Mide.
13G & 138 Com'l Ave.
have received a full and coruplcto Una
ol new Fall and Winter
Cloaks, Dolmans, Notions, Etc.
A hoavy stock of Body Brussole, Taper
tries and lucrum
A full Btock of Oil Cloths, all sizes and prices.
A full and tomnl tte ttock In now bclnir
Closed out at grea. bargains.
Uood At Bottom Prloesl
Ciothingfi Gents' Furnish'g Goons
THE TRODDEN WORM
Recoila to Striko tho Cruol Foot
A Married Man Shot Down in His Guilt
By the Hand of His
The Retribution Which Overtook Him i
the Presence of His Wife
Nkw Yokk, March IS. Mu'lo Ford, it
litutnlrcss, twenty-thrue years old, em
ployed in the family of the 10v. Alexan
der McLean, at ll'.i West Thirty-fourth
street, shot Thomas Grady In the ,'rolii
last evening in his rooms at '.'iit Last
Eighty-seventh street, in the tircseiiec of
his wife and tlin.-e ehildivu. Grady was
removed to the I'rrsbyUTiau Hospital.
His wound is not fatal, lie is a painter
In the Morgan Iron Works. The
girl is fair-haired and good look
ing. She said, after being taken
to the Station House, that she Is a
native of I'ort Chester, and first met
(irady in Chicago live years ago, and re
lic wt-d tin; acquaintance in New York u
few months ago, when he betrayed iter
under promise of marriage, telling her lie
was a single man. "I served him right
In shooting him," she said. Grady de
clined to make any statement. His wife
said: "The girl lias been following my
husband three or four days. I don't
know whether or not she teils the truth.
SIIK C'AMK TO OUI HOO.MS
at East Eiiihty-sevfiith street at
ciecn o'cloek this morning, hut I did
not let her in. She went into Mrs.
Campes' room, across the hall, said
she was a friend of mine, and remained
until 4 p. in., knocking at my door six
times. When she went away she told
Mis. Campes hc would come back at
six o'clock and kill my husband. Mrs.
Campes told me and I buried right down
to the iron works, and he cme up with
me a little afV.T six o'clock. He was
buildini; the tire when a knock faint: at
the dour ;tnd the girl walked in. 1 asked
her to sit down, because I wanted to liud
out how much truth there was in her
story. Site remained lu re going on with
her tory until almost nine o'clock. I
aked her if s!ie wanted money ami she
said 'no.' I asked her if she wanted my
husband to leave his family and go
am i.i vk with iikk,
and she said 'no,' I noticed she kept
taking her handkerchief out of her pocket
in a peculiar way, as if there was some
tLingele in le r pocket. 'You know how
you have treated me,' she said to my
husband, 'and I want to know what you
are going to do.' 'Tell us what you
want,' I said. 'W. !!,' she said, 'I Will
tell you altvr a w hile.' Finally I told h.-r
she must go. She refused, and 1 pullrU
her from lier chair and attempted to pu
her out. She pulled away, drew ft
revolver and rind at my husband.
Mr. Johnson, who lives on the iloor below,
ran up and we called in the police. This
girl has followed my husband night and
day fr a long time. I heard from a wo
man my husband formerly boarded with
that she eanie there several times. Sic
admitted in conversation with me that
site knew he had a wife and children."
The girl's weapon was a seven-barrelled
Little tiiant," cheap revolver. She had
been for three months in service at the
hoii.se in Thirty-fourth street, which is
the residence of the family of the late
Edwin F. Hatrlcld, I). !., as well as of
the Reverend McLean.
Til K V ATK ll.VW I'OUK.
A Whole Family Killed by Trichinosis in
a Mining Town.
riTTSHUNi, 1'a., March is. A Latrobe,
I'a., special says: "A very strange case of
poisoning has been brought to the atten
tion of the public near the Loyal Hatina
Shaft. The family is named Shul
theis, and consists of the husband,
his wife, ami two brothers. The people
are Germans, and formerly resided in
Washington County, but lost their home
and suffered severely by the recent ltootls.
In their destitution they secured some
fresh pork, of which they ate greedily
without cooking and with no other condi
ment than salt. This was about three
weeks ago. Meantime, they had removed
to Loyal Hanna and the men went to
work. A few days passed when they were
taken gradually 111 and symptoms of
trichinosis set in. The woman, Mrs.
Maria Sliulthels, died ami was buried yes
terday, and her husband is hourly expect
ed to die. The two brothers are gradually
getting worse, itutl the probabilities are
that their fate is sealed. The case excites
the sympathy of our citi.eus, as the peo
ple are in very reduced circumstances."
Morrison's Pet Measure.
Washington, 1). C., March IS. Tho
probable fate of the tariff bill is the
subject most discussed at present. Col
onel Morrison admits that several mem
bers of his own party will vote against
the bill. He could give a list of them if
he chose to, but he docs not. Ho hopes
for a few Republican votes, but does not
pretend to put much reliance on these.
He recognizes, as every one else
does, the plain proposition in political
arithmetic that a defection of thirty-live
Democrats, and perhaps a few less than
that, will defeat the bill supposing that
he gets no Republican votes, and no such
votes are to be relied oil. That there are
more than thirty-live high-tariff Demo
crats in the House is known to every
body. It Is hoped by making the bill a
party measure to make some of these high
tariff Democrats vote for It, but every
member of Congress cares more for his
own chances of re-election next fall than
he does for party interests, or a reduction
of the tariff, now matter how much of a
revenue reformer he may lie. lie fore the
bill was Introduced, it was believed by
many Democrats who do not favor low
duties that parly policy required, In view
of all the tariff-for-revenue-oiily declara
tions made by the party, that a bill
moderately reducing tho duties should
be Introduced and could bo passed
by the House. Without this it was
feared that the name of free-traders would
beat them in tho coming election. With
It, they believed they could maiutain n
show of consistency and yet provo tliut
their policy was not of a revolutionary
character. Democrats vhoso Interests
ore altogether with the protectionists, ami
whose mcausof Information arc excellent,
believed that for these reasons a bill
moderately reducing the tariff would bo
passed with little opposition.
INH.I KM K Ol' 1.IX AI. IMKKKSIS.
Rut no sooner did the iaensure come
before the House I hau'U was found Ihaf
local interests were too strong for party
considerations. The intcreMs of the
party might demand a reduction on
wool, but the Interests of Ohio,
Texas, and California Democratic
members demanded nothing of the kind.
Not only lias it been impossible to bring
the high-tariff Democrats into line under
the plea of party necessity, but Demo
crats who have talked loudly about
revenue reform are found to be kicking
sturdily where interests in their own dis
tricts are touched, itevenue reformers
from Missouri declare that they can
not vote for the bill unless something
Is conceded to lead, .inc and glass,
l'ree iron-ore has been discarded
to placate Virginia, New York and Michi
gan, to say nothing of Pennsylvania,
whom there is no use in placating; but
the West Virginia members can not vote
to put lumber anil coal on the free list.
A good many members are not prepared
to say that they will vote against the bill,
us they are not entirely informed as to its
effect, but many of them are evidently
.lisposed to vote against the bill, and the
present outlook for the bill Is uot very
ON LY TW KNTY-O S K VEAItS
For a Wretch Who Ought to Have Been
Beaten to Death With a
Mautinsdai.i:, Im., March is. The
jury in the Robinson murder case returned
a ver lict of guilty of involuntary man
slaughter, and assessed his punishment at
tucnty-oue years in the Penitentiary.
He was sentenced Immediately, and
started for Jeffersonville in charge of the
Sheriff. 'Miss Alice Creed, one of the
witnesses, testilied: "I know this
man Robinson killed Rertie. I live
about three-quarters of a mile from the
place. I .-aw the child several times at his
house. The child was bruised on the
right side hi the face and on his eyes and
head. He seemed to lie in gr-at pain an I
could .-earcely sit or Maud, and w anted to
go to bed.' One eye was swollen shut.
The other eye was badly swollen. After
death I washed the child and discovered
that it was beaten to death. The child
was the worst bruised person on the back
I ever saw In mv life, and I just cried out:
"This child's back is broke."
Thomas Creed fully corroborated his
mother as t the condition of the child's
body. So did many other wit!ies-cs.
Jack Northern corroborated most of the
facts testilied to be former w itness. He
said: "I saw Jim Robinson strike Rertie
on the side of the face and on te shoul
der about ten licks because the boy would
not sit still out in the woods, w hen the
boy was cold ami wanted to warm him
self. Jim and my brother and me were
at work in the woods when this occurred.
It was a very cold day. Saw Jim whip
the boy at another time in the house.
Struck the boy with his hand six or eight
licks. The mother said the child was
sic!;. At that time Robinson aiso w hipped
the boy with a stick an inch or more
thick and about fourteen Inches long.
S:ruck six or seven times on each side ol
Ui- face and on the head. Jim held the
biy between his knees as lie struck him,
Im'Uing him with one hand and striking
him with the other. Jim hit the boy on
the torche.td." This is, no doubt. 'the
blow that caused the boy's death. Many
other witnesses testilied to similar beat
ings, Tll.I.KIJ-s DEFICIT.
Th3 Shortage in the Express Thiers
SwaT Now Placed at Twenty
Sr. Loris, Mo., March IS. The Ex
press Company's money which Tiller is
know n to have disposed of between thedate
of tho robbery and the time of his arrest
at Milwaukee, now figures up fully se.'O,
OmO. This money, or the greater part ol
it, was given to McFadden and one other
confederate, it is supposed a person who
is now being watched, and who will
probably be arrested in a few days.
Three-fourths of this amount was cash
and the balance consisted of the com
pany's pay checks, which are us good as
cash. The se checks are a species ol
scrip issued for the purpose of paying em
ployes who leave the company's service
before their time expires, and for other
purposes of similar nature.
They are convertable into cash at any
express ollice, and cannot be idcntiiled
any more than United States greenbacks
of small denominations, after they pass
out of the Company's hands.
is now on his way from Texas. He will
arrive in tho city about ; :;) this after
noon. The evidence against him is so
strong that his conviction of complicity
in tin- robbery is certain.
Mcl'ailtlen will not be allowed t turn
State's evidence on a promise of immu
nity, even though the money could be re
covered by permitting him to do so.
no w a nit ANT.
N'o warrant of any kind has yet been
applied for against" Prentice Tiller, the
Lxpress robber, ami no reason for the de
lay is assigned by either the Express Com
pany or the police- authorities. It is sug
gested that Tiller could easily secure his
release on a demand under' the habeas
Pennsylvania Coal Miners.
PiTTsm iuiii, Pa., March 18. The coal
trades tribunal meets again Thursday,
wheu it is thought the rate of mining for
the railroad mines will be llxed without
referring the matter to an umpire. The
operatives have taken a linn stand on
three cents, whilo the miners insist
upon three and a half, but the general
opinion Is that a compromise will be
effected at the next meeting.
Turn the Rascals Out.
Aliianv, N. Y., March -IS. There was
au evident determination this morning to
pass Roosevelt's nine bills regulating the
city government of New Y'ork. Roose
velt and his counsel this morning formally
asked tho Governor to remove Sheriff
Davidson, of New York, and renewed his
charges of fraud and extortion. The
Governor took tho matter under advise
Making Himself at Home.
Ixhur-KXDKXCK, Mo., Marcli 18. Miko
Hums celebrated St. Patrick's Day by
going Into the house of Pleasant Tally's
wife, saying ho had been married to her
since she was fourteen years old. He
then began to break up t ho furniture and
tear up the beds. He w as arrested after
a desperate struggle.
-a. Ja-Js sL7 H A
Autjust Kruhn Attompts to Brain
tho Mothor of His Wifo
With a Club.
The Bitter Experience of a Baltimore Girl
TTT1 1 r i st - m
no Marrieu a Maniao on
Not the Foot and Mouth Disease, But
Something Scarcely Less Con
tagious or Fatal.
Kewankh, lu.., Marcli 18. About 7 p.
hi. Sunday, as Mrs. Charlotte Blatik, liv
ing about a mile south of this place, was
returning home alone, driving a one-horse
buggy, and a few rods before reaching
her residence, a man jumped into the back
end of the buggy and, with a heavy club,
commenced pounding the lady over
the head, inllictiug a number ol
terrible wounds, a larger part ol
the flesh on her head being pounded
entirely loose from the skull, and
her hands and arms being badly bruised
In hei endeavors to protect herself from
the villain. The horse, taking fright, ran
away, throwing her to the ground. A
number of neighbors, hearing her
screams, went to her assistance, and
physicians were Immediately summoned,
and rendered all the assistance In their
power. Rut very slight hopes are enter
tained of her recovery. The man jumped
from the buggy us the horse started to
run, and made his escape across tho
ticlds. A justice was called, aud while
f-he remained sensible her state
ment of the affair- was taken She
stated that she recognized the person who
committed the assault as her son-in-law,
August Kriflm. Kruhn, who has the
reputation of being a hard case, has had
trouble with his wife, and is not living
w ith her at the present time, and claims
that his family troubles was caused by
his mother-in-law, and it is reported that
he has at different times, w hile under tho
Intliifciice of liquor, threatened to take the
life of his mother-in-law. Kruhu has
been arrested, and will be held for ex
amination. Kruhn claims that he can
prove an alibi. The feeling against the
accused is very strong, and should Mrs.
Rlank die, the guilty party will probably
be summarily dealt with.
MARKY1NO A MA MAC.
Curious Experience of a Baltimore Bride
The Result of Marrying in Haste.
A Raltimore special says: Judge
Charles E. Phelps, in the Circuit Court
to-day granted Helen A. North au abso
lute divorce from Frank'W. North, on the
ground that he was insane at the time ol
the wedding. Early in Jauuary last
North came from Utica, N Y., and put up
nt the Mansion House. There he met
Mrs. North, a fascinating young lady,
very pretty and accomplished. He fell in
love, proposed and was accepted, being
married at St. Johu's Protestant
Episcopal Church, ou January
21th, just three weeks after
the tlrst meeting. The same day they
left for the West on a wedding tour, stop
ping tlrst at Cincinnati, where they re
mained nearly a week. Here Mrs. North
began to notice, for the llrst time, that
her husband acted strangely. He was
nervous, suspicious, and hail a habit of
continually glancing back over his shoul
der. Fearing he was ill she advised him
to go to Cleveland, w here an uucle of his
resided, lie assented, but they h id hard
ly reached the latter city when he began
to be violent, and declared that they were
being followed by some invisible enemy
whom ho wanted to kill. Then he
grew so violent that his uncle tel
egraphed for his father in Utica,
and the latter, accompanied by
several oillcers, hurried on to Cleveland,
and, in Mrs. North's absence, carried the
demented man away by t he next train to
the Middleton, (N. Y.) insane asylum.
Mrs. North attempted to follow him, but
as prevented from takiiigthesaine train,
and returned to Ilaltiinore. She has since
learned that her husband was an Inmate
of the asylum before he came to Haiti
more, but had been released as cured and
scut south for his health. The excite
ment attending tho wedding brought ou a
return of his malady. Accepting the in
evitable, Mrs. North, by the advice of
both her own and her husband's family,
brought a suit for divorce. There was
But all tho Same It is Contagious and
Ei iTNtiiiAM, lu.., March 18. The ex
citement caused by the reports that large
herds of cattle lu different parts of this
county were dying with foot and motitt
disease has somewhat subsided. Yester
day Mr. N. II. Paaren, of Chicago, Stat
Veterinarian, came to Elllnghani and, ic
company with X. 1). Silgar, a prominent
etcrinary surgeon of this city, visited
the affected herds of cattle, ami aftci
making a thorough examination, Mr
Paaren stated that there were no
symptoms of foot and mouth dis
ease, and he so telegraphed to
Governor -Hamilton last night. This
morning D. J. Prentice, of Urbana, came
to Ellingliam by request of the Governof
to investigate the disease, and, after care
fully examining a number of the diseased
cattle, Ho agreed with the State Veterinar
ian in pronouncing it parionychil instead
of foot aud mouth disease. The former
is both contagious and fatal, but in a
much less degree than tho latter. Tho
mouths of the cuttle arc not diseased.
They cat heartily until their feet drop
off, and, terrible as tho disease is, it
appears to have littlo effect upon thoi!
Sr. Vwt, Mix.v., March 18. A delega
tion of Mille Lacs Indians has called upot
Governor Hubbard and expressed theii
thanks for his efforts In procuring reliel
from tho Government. Their anuulties
have been paid and their condition much
ameliorated. Indian Agent Luso arrived
at Penibcrton, a trading post near the
foot of Mlllo Lacs Lake, last week, and
tho Indians were paid tho Annuities in
cash duo several months ago. Abont five
hundred and thirty Indians belonging on
the Millu Lacs reservation received their
dues, and a number of Gull Lako Indian!
were Also paid at the same time.
tixi:u uai'hic mtKviT i es. -
The French array In Touquiu has cap
tured Fort Phulang,
osinan Digna Is trying to collect a
fresh force of oillcers.
Sarah Reruhardt has refused Allstou
lirow n's offer for an American tour.
Egyptian camel drivers, wdio ran in the
battle of Tamanlcb, are being. Hogged lor
A bill was Introduced In the Rouse on
Monday to prohibit tho Importation aud
sale of opium.
The temporary capital building at Aus
tin, Tex., took tire Sunday night aud was
Frank Miner, a Washington criminal
who was to have been hanged Friday, has
been granted a new trial.
TheNewcastle-on-Tyne police have been
notified of a plot to dynamite the princi
pal buildings of the place.
Sneak thieves, not dynamiters, caused
the doubling of the guard at the Domin
ion public buildings at Ottawa.
The New Mexico House of Delegates
has passed a resolution of sympathy for
Ireland and her suffering masses.
The railway train upon which Michael
Davitt was traveling yesterday was llred
upon at Dunganuon, County Tyrone.
George Rliss, late Star-route Attor
ney for the Government, will appear be
fore the Springer committee, Thursday.
The Vatican will support tho projected
alliance between France aud Spain, which
chiclly concerns matters connected with
the Colonial policy.
It is reported that the detectives of New
Jersey Jiiave au important clew to tho
murderer of I'liu-be Paullin In the Orange
Mountains last winter.
Lord Huntington has warned Admiral
Hewett not to offer a reward for Osinan
Digna's head without consulting the
English Minister at Cairo.
John C. Falke, of Ste. Genevieve, Mo.,
took the gold medal at the contest of
tin; Alumni Association of the Philadel
phia College of Pharmacy.
Mr, J. P. Loving, of Denisou, Tex.,
struck a neighbor named Wood on the
head with a club, indicting a fatal wound.
Wood had Insulted Loving's wife.
The body of Miss Rlanche Tilton was
taken from her late home, ISIS Mercer
street, Philadelphia, to Washington, Pa.,
to be cremated In the Le Moyue furnace.
The Committee on Foreign Allairs
adopted without, amendment, tho report
of the sub-coininitteeou the Lasker res
olution, and will submit it to the House.
A man was arrested lu Dallas, Texas,
Monday night, for passing himself off as
Father Ryan, tins poet, aud collecting
money for an alleged charitable purpose.
Morgan Commack, of Dallas, Tex.,
charged w ith issuing forged bills of lading
for cotton on the Texas Pacific Road, was
released from jail Monday ou a 3,000
A committee of Congress to investigate
the Government work at Hot Springs re
port that an overcharge of 30,000 had
been made and collected by tho con
tractors. King John of Abyssinia Is to be offered
a strip of the Red Sea coast, with two
ports, a large section of the Soudau and
a permanent treaty of friendship with
The Speaker in the Ottawa Legislature
announced last night that three members
had been offered bribes to vote against
the Government. Two -of tho conspira
tors were arrested and jailed.
A man named McKinney was shot and
killed by Ids wife at Newcomb, sixty
miles from Knoxville, Tenn., Monday.
He was w hipping the child. She luter
ferred, he choked her and she shot him.
Carrie Hanson, a Danish girl jumped
from the suspension bridge at Wheeling,
W. Va., Monday, and died of her injur
ies. She had been betrayed while cross
ing the ocean as a steerage passenger.
Grain and Provisions.
TUESDAY, MARCH IS, 1384.
roTTOV-Pteady; middling lie.
Fi.ofit Steady; XiX to Choice, J3.05it.Wi
WUKAT-Uuil; No. 2, Kcd, f 1.00,1.0: ; No. 3
L'oiiN-Sleady; No. 2 mixed, 4S'8&lS';o;
No. 2 while mixed, 52'i.T'i2,c.
hats Finn; No. 2 :ci',;Cl'4o.
Hye Firm; No. 2, rt.e.
Toiiacco Firm; Inirs. common to choice,
f.'.;.VrJ.lu.ti; lent': common red leaf, fs.uui
IOaiii; medium to irood l2.."iO.(,l7.riU.
HA V Pmirii! S .."HKV.'.I .VI fr m-lin..- c ID ill
V; ltl..'X) ferehiiiee; mixed ('01..M for comm. in
to prime; timothy IU". I.i lor prune to fancy.
IlLTTKlt Finn; eholeu creamery, 'Mi(, q;
fancy, iU'()'15e; dairy, rood to choice, i"i'J7e;
and 2Sr"j;itie for select : low grades noinliitil.
F.tais In demand tit 17e.
l'orAToKS-Stcaily; choice Northern, 37'ifJ
42'..e; ciminiiiii, 2i(4mu.
I'oitK Firmer; standard mess, flH.lS'i'J
is.-,'.',; hard side, s.0.
Laud Dull; prime steam, nominal at O'ii
ll.vcos-r.onirs, 10',3.10lic: shorts, 10e;
clear rib, i)iWl:
Wool, Tub-wiisliPd choice, SKTi-lfjC; com
mon, 2s ftluc: unwashed, medium, 2-K(23'j'c; low
and coarse prudes, l.Vil'.ic.
Hi his-Steady: dry Hint, 17'c; diimutred,
He; hulls or stairs, lllc; dry salted. l:.'c; drysalt
ed, damaged, lUc; kip ami euif, suited, h'4e;
ilntimircd, flV; hulls itnd Mugs, 5 ie; prrueii,
uiiciircd, il'2e; damaged, 5e.
Siikkp I'Ki.rs Sternly ; green, TtVTj,!iOe; dry do,
4M!'k!., us to amount und quality of wool;
green shearings, 2o!i0e; dry do, liKiJ2i)c.
Wheat Weak; March, Otic: April,
iay, u'mq; June, h.'kc; July, nvjc.
(John Firmer;'' March, !i2',c; April, 52' Jc;
Mav. 57c: Juno. 57 c: Jul v. .Mt'.c.
oats Steady; March, oy,',e; April, 31e;
Mav, a,r'Bc; June, Xi vo.
Point Lower; March, fl7.S5; May, flS.nS;
June, c I", 1 1 3.
Lahd Lower; March, f!U7V4i May, f'J.OS'J;
June, J!l.72'i; Julv, '.'.77'4.
mioht Kins March, i'.U7'4; May, 1.M;
Wheat Lower; No. 2 lied, Marcli, f LOS1;
April. l.0S; May. l.M'i June, (l.UV.
CollN cmict ; Mixed Western, March file;
April, tll'e: May, ti'fo: June, iltc; July, ti" o.
oats Steady; Western, March, lWa,4iio;
Mav, 40 ',0; June, 4 to.
1'iiovisioNS I'ork Dull; mess, flT.5i3
17.75; Lard Firm; gleam, t'..72:.
Live Stock Markets.
Hoos-itocPlpM 11.tW; fairly active; IWl'To
lower; lltrht, M.50fl..7l: rotorh piickinir, frt..5
UU1.70; heavy packing and shippintr, fu.se4
'CsTTT.F,-HeenlptH, Cl(; weak; exports,
$ti.:(.il.75; pood to choice, t5.(iiu,o.b; com
mon to lair fVj4.-i.fid.
SiiEiU'-Hecelpts, !5,1: dull; Sou lower;
common to choice fli.5Ui35.75.
C.mr.K-null: etra steers, ffl.006.50;
(rood shippers ffi.ftlttt.'J.MO.
Hiikk.i' ouiet; fair to irood Western shoep,
4.4iK.oO; choice to fancy, fft.stiQit.fl0.
Hons Dull and lower; irood to choice Fork
rn. ftUS&tUH); good medium weights, ftl.Ui
Cattlk Weaker; native steers of 1.0 to,
1 .fill' I lbs. av., fft.tWt.K.'i; stoekcrt and feeder,
f4.tKKi.iJj.Ul; cows, ta.7iVil4.30.
Hons Stuiulv; irood heavy. fil.tjfiM.flS; mi.
Cdi ftt T.Oo; lights, fo.l5y!.. I
tjHBDP-steadyi natives of a; lbs. av., f4.SC I
hen am&nliassuflered from Rheumatism
only a littlo wimo, ami is relieved from his pain,
hi is happy aua delighted. But suppose he has
Suffered for more than a
third of a century.
AMn Crtm, of Vale, lowa, writes;
"ATnLOPHORoB uaa heliwl me much. The
pain In my limbs In all noun, but nnwUme-
Dins Is left )-'it, and well there uiiidit be,
for I have boon troubled tor Uurty-lve
9 yuars with likeuuiauuiii."
Mrs. A. 11. Iiaker, of Chicago,
Had rheumatic pains In her
back for fifteen years, .
and Mr. Baker had been the victim of Rheu
matism until lus head was drawn down, over
hU lett shoulder. Mr. Baker writes;
" Half a bottlo of A ihlop doros mado
mo aa good aa uew. My wife has taken 0
A tho oilier half, and has uot complained of 9
9 uer back aluce. She Bays her back never was
2 o true from ram and actio ae it has been
aluco she has takcu U10 AiuLuriiuuos." 9
There are many peonle who think that
because they have sutlered bo long, and
liavo tried so many medicines in vain, they
must " suffer on their threetscore years."
Rut you see what Ai'iiLoruuBod has done.
However Old jour Cone;
However Mevere your Painst
However Ureal your Disappointments,
0-7 Try Athlophoros VQ
If you cannot iret ATUxorHonosof your drumflrt,
wo will send it ezpreHH paid, on receipt of regular
pi ice one dollar iierbotUa. We prefer that you buy
It from your drtunritit, but if be bann't it, do uot bo
l-rHuailed to try aomcUiiiitf else, but order at 01104
from us as directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
The best evidence In the world of the
purity and excellence of Blackwell'a Bull
Durham Smokiutr Tobacco la found In the
tact that the fame of this tobacco increaaea
from year to year. This could Dot be the
cane if It were merely " pntten up to aeU."
or had any dubious or danpreroua lcirre
dienta in it. Anion millions of uuera of
aU nationwide, aurely acme one would
find out if It were impure, injurious or
unpalatable. For 18 yeara this tobacco has
been acknowledged to tie the but in tht
rorM, and every year the Hull Durham
brand ktows more popular, the demand for
It wider, and uuoken
delicious natural flavor.
Auk your dealer for it.
Get the frenuino trade
mark of the Bull.
There ia no mischief done where
Blackwell'a Bull Durham
BuiukiUtf Tubacco ia uaed.
0. W. HENDERSON,
Xo. 191 Commercial Aye.
Sola Aj?cTit lr the Celebrated
STOVES & RANGES,
Maaufacturer and Dealer la
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iran Work,
Uuildr rn' Hardware and Carpenters' Tooln, Table
and Pocket Cutlery, best iu the market. Rogers
Bros. Plated Knives, Forks and Spoons, Oraulto
Iron are. Berlin Earthen waro, White Mountain
FrceZerK, Water Cooler, Kufrlirerators, Clothes
Wringers, Crown Fuller, Step Ladders, Garden
Implements, (iultk-a Mar Oil Stoves-best in tho
world, Lamps of every description. Elalu Oil,
Carpi t Sweepers, Fi ather Dusters, Brooms, Win
dow Screen Wire Clolh, Full supply ol Fishing
The abovo t rock bottom price".
Corner I Jth and Commercial Avenue, Carlo, 111.
Telephone No. 13.
CAIRO CITY LIVERY, FEED and
Commercial Av., bet. Sth & 9(h Sis.
N. B. THISTLE WOOD, Propr.
Good Turnout at Reasonable Rates.
t3T" Horses boiu'itod and woll caroil
TELEPHONE NO. 1W.
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Successor to Chas. T. Xewland anJ
II. T. Gerould.)
Plomto, Steam and fias Fitter,
Commercial Ave , bet. feiith and Ele-
CAIRO, : : : ill.
Drive Well Force ATirl T.I fl Pnmna rn.i.UkAJ . .1
pat up. Atfuat, for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FOECE PUMP",
the best pnmp ever Invented. Now Gas Flitares
furnished to order. Old fixtures repslrsd aud
tsy-Jobblng promptly attended to. 319 tf
Clarkson & Bowers,
No. 30 8th St., Cairo, 111.
prGood Stock and Trices Reuoaiblt..
S & 5 Sf "
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