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Slate of Ulinoirt. county of Alexander, pc .
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bank, do poleninly svvear that the above utateiucnt
U true to the bent uf my knovvledire and belb l.
Iiiiw. V. Hai.i.miat, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn 1 1 before me I his 1:1' u day
ol March, IsM. L. D. HAY LEY,
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(. I). Vii.i.iamon, V Directors.
11. II. Cakubs, t
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have, focctvoil a full and cjmplcto lino
ol new K.dl and Winter
Cloaks, roliiiaiis-, Notions, Etc.
A ho&vy stock of Uody Brmtolii, Taper
tries and lunraln
A full stuck of Oil Cloths, all elzei and pdcci.
CWngfi Gents' Furnish'g Goods
A full and complete stock la now being
Closed out at great bargamn.
Ciooda nt Bottom Frioest
An Almost Unanimous Nomina
tion for Governor De
clined. A Man Who Oould Have 11V1 the Enpub
licau Nomination any Tirno
in Twenty Years,
Nominated on the First Formal Dallot
by Rhode Island Democrats and
I'kovidlnck, II. I., March lib Tho
I)cinoerutic State Convention this morn
ing was largely attunili-d. Charles II.
l'ue was chosen Chairman. After the
roll had lit: on made and tin: t-mpurary or
ganization made inriuatit.-tit, John M.
llrcnnan nominated (Icorno 11. Cor
liss lor Oovcruor. (it or:."; , J. West
Ktid he understood Corliss could
have been a Kepublieati nominee
fir the last twenty years. He
nominated Ainasa Spranc of Warwick,
savin'.: it was neither riirht nor consistent
fin- tin- iJi'inoi-ratie party to uoiiiinfite a
Ri'imMii'an. This nomination was sec
ern led, and Tims. W. Scrir, of Westerly,
was also nominated. An informal ballot
taken witli the following r.'sult:
Whole number votes cast, Corliss,
4.'; Sprairuo, 2S; Si i:ar, 22; .scattcr-iii-jr,
'I he formal ballot re-u'ted: Whole num
ber of otes cast, ninety-three; Corliss,
forty-four; Spraguc, twenty-six; Segar,
A number of dilatory motions w re
made, and llnally a motion to declare Cor-li-
tie- ii'Hiiim-e was adopted, sixty-two
I wi; l-S I IM S.
Later Mr. Corli-s was waited on by a
committee t. infurm him of his liomina
tiuii, but declined the honor.
(I.i:vi;i.ami's i nor,
Ho Puts It Down on the New
Hoard of Aldermen.
Aiiuny, N. V., March 1!'.--The Uov
ciuor early Monday luuriiin,' siu'in-d
the I!oo.t.-elt hill, ileprhimi the New
Vmk Hoard of Aldernu ti of the t'Owtr
to coniinn tlie Mayor's nominations.
Ia liis iiifiilonitiduiu of realms lilcd
with the Secretary of St.te, the tlov
crnor tleclares bi favor of the i irinci
')f in the- bill, quote tie' recuiililiell
t!;;tion of ex- iovt nior Hoffman on the
hiibjeet, declares that he will approve
the further efforts nt reform now
before the Legislature, and tle
clares: " No in.-tance has been
cited in which ft bad appointment had
bet ii prevented by the refual of the
Ho;i;d of Aldermen of the city of New
York to euhilrm a noinination," In eon
ciiiion the (iovernor allirms: "I believe
the th.iru'e1 made by the provisions of
this bill L'ivt s opportunity (or an im
provement in the administration cf
municipal affairs, ami I am ati.-lied that
the nira.-iire violates no r'uht of the peo
! of the locaiiiy affectetl which they
now enjoy. Hut the bt st ojipor
timit'es will 1"' hst and tile
inot perfect plan of city irovcrn-
lm tit will fail unless the people rec
ognize t liid r ability and appreciate and
realize the privileges and duties of citizen-hip.
With the niot carefully de
vised charter and with ail the protection
which legislative enactment can afford
them, the people of the city of New York
will not secure a wise and ecoin.mit.-al
rule until those haviiiL' the most at stake
determine to actively iutcn st themselves
in the conduct of municipal affairs."
The Tammany men are furious amin-t
(Iovernor Cleveland for this action but
the better ineii of all parties are approv
ing his course.
a" i l lI i k i HJii ; i ..
Ehe Falls iu. Love and Lands in the
Nkw ll wrx, Conn., March 10. MaifLde
H ives, sixteen years old and very pretty,
is in the alms house, probably insane.
Several months au'oshe fell in love w ith
a yoniiL' man wtio is well known in
this city. He paid considerable at
tention to her, ami took her to
dances uud the many fairs durinej the
fscason. At length he accomplished his
c itlent purpose, but she had the mot
implicit faith lu him, ami was sure he
would marry her. I'p to the lir.st of this
year she had been living out as a waiter
t:irl, but her health commenced to fail.
Within the past mouth sue has been
nut nights a good deal. Thursday even
ing she in-Kted upon ttoinv;
out, and when she returned,
which was not until the next tiny, she was
out of her mind at times. In her lucid
Intervals slm told Mrs. Robert Fields that
a party of four young men, supposed to
be among the most intelligent in the city,
had enticed her into a saloon well out on
State street, where, according to her
story, they drilled her and then com
mitted t he most horrible assaults upon her.
If she recovers her mind sulllciently
these young villains will pay dear for
it. On the 1:13 train this afternoon the
w rouged girl was sent to the Insane lie
treat in Middletown by Medical Exam
iner White's advice. The Superintend
ent at the Alms House said to-day
that while the child was here she was
continually talking of her lovers and
of balls uml dances. I don't think her
brain is really deranged, but she is suf
fering from nervous excilement.
HiKh Wind at New Orleans.
Nkw Orleans, La., March 10. A se
vere wind and rain storm passed over the
city this evening. The roof of the Louis
ville and Nashville Railroad depot was
blown off, and considerable damage done
to fences, signs, and trees throughout the
city. The steamer John V. Cannon,
lying at the foot of Canal street, was
blown aground on the wharf there, and
unstained some damage. The strong wind
that prevailed ull evening blew the
river up against the levees, and
at the foot of Canal street tlio water rati
freely over the levee, flooding the lower
portion of the street. At the French
market the water flooded the market and
the neighboring streets. About seven
o'clock in the evening the lire bells of the
Sixth district were sounded, calling the.
Inhabitants to the foot of Constantinople
and 1'cniston streets, where two very
ugly breaks had been discovered. The
water had washed away the revetment
there, and caused heavy sloughing. At
the first point 120 feet of levee was
mine, and at I'eui.ston street eighty
feet, leaving only U IIHTo shell bl liilltl,
The sounding of the llre-alariii called the
l-'ire Hepurtiueiit of the district to the
llin ateiietl point, and nearly twelve
hundred citizens assembled there uud
went to work to stop the breaks.
Sand-bags were procured, und In a very
few moments were placed In position
so us to stop the ovcrllow. lionlircs
were? built, and a large number of
men continued to work there, putting
the levee in good condition. Fortu
nately the storm subsided about ten
o'clock, or the levees could not have
vit!i.-.tuoil the force of the waves, or the
vt ry violent- wind that was bio whig, much
F'oiti WoitTii, Tr.x., March 10. Seri
ous trouble has broken out between the
Missouri l'acillc Railway and the Texas
Express Company. -.The former does not
permit the latter to transport goods on
its road, but on Saturday the Texas Kx
press people insisted that it should take
their freight to Whitesboro. This
was declined, ami the Texas Ex
press blockaded the way to the Mis
souri I'uciiic. cars, ami by force prevented
the I'aeille Express from' unloading their
freight. Sunday the railroad station pre
sriiicd u warlike appearance, each side
leaving several well-armed men present,
but no conllict tuok place. Superintend
ent Yandytie, of the .Missouri I'aeilic
Hail way issued an order which it was
thought would insure the shipment of the
I'acihc Express goods, but the Texas Ex
press folks say their freight must go, too,
or there will be trouble. The aid of the
county and city authorities have been in
voked uml the State law will be enforced.
Caused by Freezing.
Cotton wool) Falls, Kav., March 10.
Hut few cattlemen, in this vicinity, be
hove tlie disease, affecting the cattle in
the vicinity of Neosho Falls, to be foot
ami lnouth-illsease. A number have had
cattle similarly affected, but always by
local causes. Amby Hinkle, a well
known cattle-raiser, now living in this
(Chase) count', says lie lived in what
i- known as the affected district, six
miles north ol Neosho Falls, tell years
U'.'o, and at that time cattle were simi
larly affected. The last whiter he lived
there lie lost twenty-two cows out of a
herd of forty, and every fanner in tlie
neighborhood lost proportionately. After
Irving the locality for fuur years he sold
his farm and li.it. He says the disease
was caused bv alkali and freedug.
On Second Thought.
I.'HTsvn.LK, Ky., March 10. Casper
Gat, sixty-three years of age', was di
vorced from his wife; last August, and has
since been in a desperate mental condi
tion. Last Wednesday he bought a pis
tol, and said he was goingtoktll his wife,
his daughter, and himself. Monthly
morning, at live o'clock, he went to his
home at No. 020 Mechanic street, am
slept until three o'clock this afternoon,
when he arose ami, going into the sum-lnt-r
kitchen, shot himself twice through
the head. He Is th ing to-night.
A Foregone Conclusion.
Ci!i out, III., March 10. A special
from Salt Lake City savs: Andrew Peter
sons, a Mormon ex-Congressuuu w ho was
in ls2 indicted under the FMmunds law
for voting, is on trial to-day. Seven po
hgamist Mormons are on the jury with
consent of Chief Justice Hunter. One
ha three wives. All seven swore they
believed the divine law superior to the
law s of Congress, ami believed polygamy
right ami revealed from Heaven. Defend
ant admits Ids marriage, according to
Mormon la.v, but says it was a proxy for
eteruitv and not for time.
'-:-." A Murderer Lynched.
M.U'.siiall, Ticx., March 10. It is re
ported that one Milliken, who, with a
fellow known us Clark, murdered a seventy-year-old
couple named Rogers, in
Ouachita Parish, La., eleven years ago,
was lynched at Pulaski Monday, and that
citizens are in hot pursuit of Clark. W.
J. Rogers, a son of the victims, Is said to
be with the posse.
The Canada Plan.
ToP.osTo, Can., .March 10. In the On
tario Legislature Monthly night, the
Speaker announced that three members,
McKini, 1'alfuu and Downing, Govern
ment supporters, hail been offered bribes
to vote against the Government. Lynch
ami Kirkland, two leaders in the con
spiracy to oust tlie Liberal Government,
were arrested and sent to jail.
Dragging By a Brake Bod.
MiNNKAroi.ts, Minx., March 19. Au
Ert niii'j Jutti'it'il Rraincrd special, says:
Last night a freight train came in dragging
by a brake rod the mangled remains of a
robust man above medium size, who can
not be iilentilled, There is a trail of blood
for four miles upon the track. It is sup
posed that the man fell between the cars.
Revenue Cutter Disabled.
Pi:n TNCLTttwx, Mass., March 10.
The brig Screamer, with the Cubans ou
board and the revenue cutter Dexter,
were assisted into the harbor last night
by the revenue cutter Gallatin. The
Dexter Is disabled, having her hawser
fouled wilh her propellor.
Three Men Burned to Death.
Cincinnati, 0., March 19. The Cleve
land Oil Still of Merrlam & Morgan ex
ploded at 10 a. m., and lire communicated
with otlarstills, damaging property to the
amount of $3,000. August Fisher, Wil
liam Stahlman and August Gunther were
burned to death. Scarcely a vestige of
llcsh remained on their bones.
Dellinan Must Hang.
K aston, 1'a., March 19. The commis
sion to Inquire Into the mental condition
of John Dellmau, wife murderer, report
ed this morning they And that he Is not
insane, and that lu; Is fully responsible for
Crazed by a Daughter's Suicide.
Mii.w.uKKK, Wis,, March 19. Mrs.
Thos. Slay, of Wuutonm, Waushara
County, committed suicide early this
morning. The suicide of a daughter last
June drove her crazy.
St. John, X. IL, March 19. A violent
earthquake shock visited Trinity, Nants
Harbor, Harbor Grace, lirighs and Holy
hood yesterday. Tho disturbance lasted
Tlio Situation of tho British la tho
A Spooial Officer to he Sont Thithci
to Treat With the Ko
Danquct of the French Communists on
the Night of St. Patrick's Day
GOl'.lJUN's SITUATION CKITICAL.
C'aiko, March 10. The further advanco
of the Hritish into the Soudan is immi
nent. General Graham is lu favor of con
tinuing the campaign. He thinks tho re
bellion not yet crushed. The situation of
General Gordon is considered critical.
Allxandkia, March 10. The men-of-
war Condor ami Myrmidon have suddenly
departed for Suakiiu.
Caiuo, March 10. Tlie Egyptian
finances are in a critical condition. Sir
Charles Rivers WiTsou, Secretary ami
Controller General of the National debt
oillce, Loudon, and formerly Financial
Controller lu Lgypt, is engaged in exam
ining th :m.
London, March 10. The strike of the
factory operatives at Titschen, lioheinla,
is spreading. The olllcials of the city
have received letters threatening them
with death. A battalion of troops lias
been sent to the center of disturbance.
London, March 10. Gladstone has
gone to Coouilje, Surrey. lie appears
WILL SLND A Sl'KlTAL OITTCI'.Ii.
London, March 10. The English Gov
ernment lias decided to send a special
ollicer to Suakim to negotiate w ith the
Palis, March 10 The Communists cel
ebrated the begiuning of the Commune of
lb"l last evening by banquets in several
of the suburbs. The speeches at these
were of a violent revolutionary character.
DYNAMITKlis' l;l l UClTS.
Paris, March 10 Speee' es were made
at a banquet in celeoration of St. Patrick's
Day at Belleville, a suburb of Paris,
which contained hints that more explo
sions would occur in Loudon before long.
The ranks of tlie dynamiters are being re
cruited by large accessions from the Irish
iu Paris. Roth radical revolutionists ami
delegates from the Irish Republican
llrotherhood are joining them, as they
have become convinced that it would be
irnnossible to face England iu the battle
Held. TUB C1IINESK TKKATY.
P.M'.is, March 10. Tlie llnMinte Fran-
cii.c savs: "I'rance can treat with China
only upon the basis of an indemnity, and
the recognition by China of French su
premacy over the whole of louquiu."
London, March 10. It is announced,
this afteruoou, that the Goveanmeut In
tends to adopt coucilitary measures iu
dialing with the rebels in the Soudan,
and will at once send an eminent ollicer
to the camp of Osmati Digna to negotiate
terms of peace.
Ri'.ni.iN, March 10. It is stated that
Minister Sargent has received an ollicial
ktter from Washington, indorsing his ac
tion ami granting him au lndelluito fur
lough if he desires it. Sargent will not
take a furlough at present. The dispatch
was received at New York to-day and
given out as Indicating what gossip is
current in Herlin. Inquiry concerning it
has been made at the State Department
at Washington, and from Secretary Fre
linghuysen was obtained this statement:
"It is not true that such a letter has been
sent Mr. Sargent."
P.hT.NK, March 10. The Swiss Federal
Council have decided to grant tho extra
dition of Anarchists whenever asked for.
Otherwise the Anarchists would be ex
pelled from the country.
Dublin, March 10. Ireland is 'declared
free from the foot and mouth disease.
A Bloody Game of Cards.
Ciiic.viio, III., March 19. Dispatches
this morning report the occurrence of a
fearful tragedy at Rig Bottom, near Hats
burg, Tctin., Inst night, tho most bloody
that has startled this community since the
war. J. E. Gossett, W. G. Crockett, ami
a man who called himself a "Hammer
head," were playing draw poker. The
stakes were very heavy and all the men
were slightly intoxicated. "Hammer
head" was raising his opponents out of
the game, and when accused of cheating
he drew a revolver and shot Gossett ami
Crockett dead. He was arrested by
Captain Curemach and Is now In jail.
Gould's Hired Men.
Nf.w Yolk, March 10. At a meeting of
the Directors ol the Missouri Pacific
Railway held to-day, the following olllcers
were elected for tlie ensuing year: Presi
dent, Jay Gould; first Vice-President, R.
S. Hayes; second Vice-President, A. L.
Hopkins; third Vice-President, II. M.
Hoxio; fourth Vice-President, A. A. Tal
niage; fifth Vice-President, D. S. II.
Smith; Secretary and Treasurer, A. 11.
Calef, and Assistant Secretary and local
Treasurer. 1). S. II. Smith. The Iron
Mountain Directors elected tho sumo
olllcers except for Assistant Secretary,
for which post S. D. Harlow was chosen.
A Wrecked Train.
lIooNVii.LB, Mo., March 19. A bud
break occurred on tho M. K. & T. at ten
o'clock this morning, ncur Prairie Lick,
five miles southwest of this place. A
freight train In charge of Thos. Hurley,
conductor, with caboose No. 27, whllo
crossing tho trestle work, broke In two,
and nine cars loaded with grain atid stock
becoming uncoupled, ran off tlio track
ami were almost totally wrecked. There
were three passengers ou board hut none
were hurt. 'o blame attaches to auy
one for the accident.
ti : i i: a 1 1 vi 1 1 1 ci i n i:rr i i:s.
France threatens war against tho Re
public of Audoiia unless certain of her
claims are settled.
Secretary Chandler is violently opposed
to a second investigation of the Jeaimette
Members of the United Service Clubs
are petitioning Queen Victoria to restore
Raker Pasha to the army.
General Milot, commanding the French
and forces lu Toiiquln, will advance and
occupy Langson, Koabay ami Havkal.
The message of the Governorof Kansas
to the Legislature was largely takcu up
with suggestions as to the best means to
remedy the cuttle disease.
Thomas J. Gllllgan. a well-known law
yer of Jeffersonvjlle, Intl., utteuipted to
i onium nuiemu i uentlity lllIll uy CUlllllg
his throat with a pocket-knife.
V note which the Austrian Minister at
Heme has sent to the Swiss Humlesrath
is regarded as the beginning of an inter
national campaign against anarchists.
Tho English papers publish without
comment the tenor of Minister Lowell's
letter to the Secretary of State on the ex
clusion of American live cattle from Eng
land. Charles Werner, an insane German who
recently arrived in Toledo, Ohio, from
Hamburg, will be shipped back to his na
tive country. It Is thought relatives sent
him here to get rid of him.
In a letter published in the Santa Fe.
(N. M.,) Jt'i ciar, Monday night, ex-Sen
ator Dorsey says Garfield struck the
lowest ebb of low title when lie appointed
James Postmaster and Mac Veagh Attorney-General.
A convention of farmers was held in St.
Paul Tuesday to decide upon the best
means of bringing the railroads ami Mill
er's Association to grant relief to fanners
in the matter of grading weights and rail
Henry C. Gordon, a spiritualistic
medium of Philadelphia, has been ar
rested for obtalng money under false pre
tenses. He was caught in the act of im
personating Esther Hazard, the deceased
laughter of a wealthy Newport (U. I.)
liishop Robertson has issued a circular
calling upon gentlemen who were some
time ago appointed a local committee of
arrangements for the' National Conference
of Charities ami Corrections, which is to
assemble in St. Louis next October, to
meet nt Washingtou University at eight
o'clock this evening, in order that sub
committees may be appointed ami tho
work of arrangement divided up.
Determined to Die.
CoNNKiisviLi.i:, Ini., March 19. Win.
Da'ne, a prominent young man, and Miss
Swift, daughter of the Postinasterat Reti
tonville, differed about love affairs yes
terday. Dane gave her poison ami took
some himself ; not a fatal dose, however.
He was arrested ami while the guard was
not watching he drew a revolver ami shot
himself through tho head and died In
stantly. A New Danger.
PoiirsMouTii, 0., March 19. This
morning there was au explosion in the
residence of Mr. Steiudam. The neigh
bors rushed in ami found the first floor
badly wrecked. Mr. ami Mrs. Steimlam
were badly burned about the head ami
face. It is supposetl that gas from a
base burner escaped and took fire, Dam
Ci.NCTNNAir, O., March 10. Superin
tendent Harris has singled out the ring
leaders of Monday's strike and dis
charged them. The employes of tho
company are indignant and threaten a
general strike unless they are re-instated.
Grain and Provisions.
WEDNESDAY, MAHCH W, LSSL
ST. r.ot: ts.
roTTOX-Pteutly; mld.ilimr lie.
Fi.olTt-Sieiuly; XXX to Choice, ?3.33I.S0;
Whkat-H glier; No. 2, Rod, ?1.091121.10;
No. J lied, ii, e.
Coiin Steady; No. 2 mixed, 42iS'iC;
No. i white mixed, s-'-'r-Wjc.
Oats Firm; No. 2 "Wl '4o.
ltvu Finn; No. 2, 5TJ4e.
ToiiAi'fo Finn; lutrs. common to choice,
f.'i.Titfrl'UlO; leaf; common red leaf, (fS.Oo j
lO.'i"; medium toroo l ?I2..s o17.50.
H A Y I'lairie S..yt.S'i..V) for prime; flO.iK)
(T.lu..',0 ft relioiee; mixed fTfe ln for eomin Ml
to prime: timothy 1 l" tor prime to fauev.
HfTTKii I'lnn; choice creamery, :)') 'o;
fniiev, lll-fj ioe; ditiry, (food to choice, 2.Vri:7e;
an I 2Soajc for select; low grades nominal.
Kiitis lu demand ut KSfelse.
I'd t'AToKS Steady; elioieo Northern, -UKJ
42' -e; common, 2'GSsie.
1'oitK Firmer; standard mess, f lil.0)ii 1S.12'J
T(ls.2.; bur l side, Sis.oti.
Laud Dull; prime steam, nominal at !)'s
IIacox Longs, lO'slOe; shorts, 10 'bC;
clear rib, lnulOVc.
Wool, Tiili-ttiisht'd choice, Itlll' tc; com
mon, 2SioIlac; unwashed, medium, tc loy
and course grades, l.'i j.r.iu.
HiliKS-Steiidy; dry Hint, 17'Je: dtliniMrcd,
lie; hulls or stairs, Mc; dry salted, l:.'e; drysalt
e l, tliuimged, l"e; kip und cull', suited, s'e;
damaged, ii4e; bulla tin I stags, 6'iej green,
lineiireil, tl',e; tlailiured, oc.
SilKKl' I'KI.TS Sleinly; green. 70",'.lc; dry do,
livKie., us to anion nt und ( unlit v of wool;
green shearings, 2lK'i-i0e; dry do, lij&2Uo.
W'HUVT Lower; March, N!)e: April, 87V.
May, lUVfe'l'-c; Juno, Uti'4e; July, "4
Coiin Lower; March, M'j'c; April, 52e;
Muv, 5ic: June, 7V" Julv, .ri!t'4e.
OATS-Steudy; March, llj.'.e; April, 31e;
JIuv, :i')e; June, Xi'o.
I'oiik Lower; March, $I7.7i); May, fl7.i);
Lvitn Lower; March, fO.?J!J; May, f'J.H'J;
June, t!i.V '!i.,ri;',.
isiioiiT Kins March, ?9.:i3; May, f9.l3;
WiiEAT-Ptoinlv; No. 2 Itetl, March. !.07;
April. l.07 "g : May, l.l'l'.; Juno, .
Coiin (.uiet; .Mixed Western, March iil-.le;
April, Mite; Muy, l)2'o; June, iil'4e; July,
D.vrs Stronger; Westorn, March, 40o;
Muv, 4le; June, 41'r,o.
I'uovisioNs Pork Dull; mess, f 17.503
17.75; Lard Firm; steam, !i.72;i.
Live Stock Markets.
Hoos-Ileetdpts ll.ooo; fairly active; KMito
lower; light, fo.riO'MloO; rough' packing, 'I- :S
;0; heavy packing uud shipping, ftl.so
Catti.k Receipts, 4.M0; weak; exports,
fi!.:iO(.Cit,75; good to choice, fj.ii.Vat). 15; com
intuitu I'airJ.ViViilO. , ,, . ,
SilEKl'-KeeelntS fS.i100; jhlll; 20 loworj
common to choice f2.3ti5.T5.
Catti.k Oulet; fair to good,
f4.tlOu5.J0; good elilppeis, f.'i.ttoj)
A IN I
PiiKfiP Dull; (air to good Western shoep,
4 im.;r.5i); choice to fancy, f5.HOOi.oo.
lions Dull and lower; good to choice York
era, frt.HOUtl.s0; (rood medium weights, $0.19
Cattle Weaker; native stwri of 1,019 to,
1,'Mii lbs. av t'VUkfM.So; stookeri and feeders,
t i.reiuuu.Ki; cuffs, eH'fil.iHi.
Hons Weaker; good heuvy,$1.25).s0; mix
ed; fll.2iVtt7.Oii; light, frt.l5"t'l.20.
BiiBEP-stcadyi natives of t7 lba, ay., f 4.04.
V lien amanliassuiTercil from Rheumatism
only a lluio while, ami in relieved trom his pain,
he is happy and dellghtal. lint suppose lie has
Suffered for moro than a
third of a century.
e Alvln Grim, of Vale, Iowa, writes;
"ATHLorilDJtoshiui helped mnniuch. The
9 pain hi niyllmUitt&UViiiir.butaomoliime-
ueriH 1h left yet, and well UVre iiiiittit 1m, A
for I have beeu troubled fur Uiirty nvo
0 yearn with IthoumaUsiu."
Mrs. A. JJ. linker, of Chicago,
Had rheumatic pains In her
back for fifteen years,
and Mr. Baker had been the victim of Rheu
matism until his head was drawn down over
Ids left shoulder. Mr. Baker writes:
"Half abottlootATin,oriioit03mado 9
0 me as good m now. My wife baa taken t
9 the other half, and ban not complained of
lier baek Biuce. Shu nays her buek never was
ho free, froui pain and ache an it ban been O
V Hluco biio ban Ukeu the AruLoruoBOH." 9
There are many people who think that
because they have sulk-red so lung, an l
have tried so many medicines in vain, they
must "sutler on their threetscoro years."
Rut you see what Atiilopuouos has dune.
However Old your Case;
However (Severe your I'alns;
However ti rent your Di-iapiiolntmcntn,
If you cannot get ATHLornononof your dninrift,
will send it exprewi paid, on receipt of regular
l it e one dnllar r bottle. We prefer Uiat you buy
'. from your drtuoriid, but If he bann't it, do not bo
er-uatled to try Noiuetlilug elau, but order at OI1CO
: rem uh an directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
n,T 74Xt Vl Av -iifff Av 4?
H i it
The best evidence In tlie world of the
purity and excellence, of Ularkwell'a Bull
IJurliaiii Kmtikiug Tobacco in found in the
fact Uiat the fame uf thin tobacco tncreatte
from year to year. Thin could not be the
case if it were merely " gotten up to still."
or had any dubious or dangerous ingre
dient In it. Among ndllinna of uxers of
all uattonalitieit, tiurely sunio one would
hud out if it were impure, Injurious or
mil aJatal.lo. For 18 yearn this tobacco has
been acknowledged to lie the Uil in tht
icurl't, and every year Uie ltiiil Durham
brantlgrows more popular, the demand for
It wider, ami siuokerR
ninre enthusianticovcr it
delicious natural flavor.
At-k your dealer for it.
Get the genuine trade
mark of lUe bull.
C. lr. IIExYDEKSON,
Xo. 19 i Commercial Ave.
Sole Afient lor the Celebrated
STOVES & RANGES,
Ma mfacturer and Dealer In
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iran Work.
Muililir' Hardware and (Vpenter' Tool, Table
and I'orket title ry, hct lu the market, liojjera
ItroH.' Plated Knives, Kork und Spoon, Granite
Iron Ware. Mcr.iu Eurtheuware, Wlrte Mountain
KreeZe-rn, W'aler Coolers, Kefrie-erator, Clot Ilea
Wringer, Crown Fiuter. Step Ladder, (iarden
Implement, (loltlen Star Oil Stoves het in the
world, I.ninps of every description. Elain Oil,
Carpi t Swc-per, leather Hunters, Itrooin. Win
dow Scieeu Wire Cloth, i'ull fupply ol rTehiug
The uhove st rook bottom price?.
Corner 12th aud Commercial Avenue, Carlo, 111.
Telephone No. 12.
QEOHGE irAlilUSON LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
(ipeclal attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of surgical tlisoie, and dieeune. of women
oKHCE On 14th street, opposite the Tost
otllcu, Cairo, 111.
)H. J. E. STllOXO,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, III.
VAPOlt, ELKCTUO-V.U'OH aso MEDICATED
A lady lu attend aiico.
)R. W. C. JCCTLYN,
OFFICE Blghth Street, near ComirrU'. Aten
jR. E. W. WUITLOCK,
0Fic Ho. 136 Commercial Avenue, bctwan
Kttht'J aud Nlbth Street
Manufacturer and Dealer In
S TberoisnomiachieMnnewhere Vj?
Itlackwell'H Bull Durham V
Stb 8 1 roe i, between Ccru'l Ae. ud Levee.
CI AX HO IIINOIS
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMCXtTIOS
af fi9altd. Ail KUdi el K;t X do.