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Flic Bail Bulletin.
8ATUUDAY, MARCH 22, 1881.
KP.W ADYKUTIMCJ! KNTK
Noilcc 111 this column threat Iiikd or Ics .jtonu
unetnscriiim or $1 01 per wi-elc.
WAT I K. )-Llli,'s r youtn? men tu lake
llJ"iilcc, pli-uttiit work nutheir own
Dome; f ! to a day eu-ily ui'i'lc; wrk xttrtt by
mail; nocinvassini. Add'em K. Mild A Co..
box 157. Dubuque, I iwa. v'l-lm
CAIRO CITY HVEM FEED and
Comincrciiil Av , let. 8th & 9th St.s.
N. B.T1IISTLEWO0D, Pivpr.
(iooJ Torno'iU at li-uiouahle Rates.
BTIIoiwh )jo!irilol ami well curi-ii
(Success r to ('has. T. Xtwlmd aiij
II. T. Gciotiltl )
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter,
Commercial Ave, bet. Tenth and Ele
venth Ms ,
CAlltO, : : :
Dilve Well Force and 1.1ft Pumps furn'elied and
put up. Aki;1 for. the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FOUfE PUMP",
thebct pump ev.-r Invi-ulid. Ni-w Ga Fixture
iuruiueu 10 oruer. uu mxiuieu riimiri-rt unit
tirjotililng prouipt'y attended to.
Clarkson & Bowers,
No. .'JO Hth Ht , t.'airo, 111.
tyGood Stock and Prices Keaaonablcyj
Mas. B. SMITH.
IbBEIiT A . WITH.
Grand Central Store.
OMKO. - - JLTj.
W. 6TRATT0.N, Cairo. T. DIKl), Missouri.
STBATTON- & BIRD,
h'o. 57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, I'l.
jyAgenU American Powder Co
Patrick T. J
Made to Oi'dor.
8th St., bet. Ohio Levee & Commercial Avo.
OAIUO. - ILL
Repairing: neatly done at short notice.
TEV YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE ANI) RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor.Ninetoenthtioctl Pnirrt Til
CommurclalAvonuoi va,ll' lll
136 cScl38 Com'l Ave.
havo received a rail and complcto lino
ol new Fall and Winter
I UIILUU UUVUU)
Cloaks, Dolmans, Notions, Etc.
A heavy stock of Body Brimdlt, Taper
trtca and Ingrain
A full (lock of Oil Clotut, nil slr.os and prices,
Clcihing & Gents' Furnish'g Goods
A full and complcto stock la now being
doiod oat at great bargains.
lool at Bottom 1'rloeal
Comparative) Statsinont of Pork
Operations for tho Season
How The Product Compares With Last
Year's Killing Heavy Falling
off in Chicago.
Other Cities Increase Their Business and
Make Good the Deficit Where
Bogus Butter Conies From.
Cincinnati, O., March 21. Iu its Issue
of yesterday morning The Viiu'iitniti Price
t'ltn-'-tU iu1)lilieiii full. statement of hog-imi-kiii'4
operations tit leading citicH, for
the winter, ending March 1, preliminary
to a full report for the entire Ve.t, etc.,
which will uppear next Week. It
ays that the total packing at the seven
lartie cities, which represent about
To per cent, of the entire Western pack
ing, aggregates M,8';s,W hogs the past
winter, compared with 4,4jO,'.i40 last year,
a decrease of 5:!, 455. if this falling off,
Chicago represents 5t", 4:J'J hogs. St.
Louis shows an increase of 55,18 hog.-i,
Louisville 15, Hxj, and Indianapolis 1,!:';
Cincinnati a decrease of Mihvau
kee 2,o:;, Kansas City l,'22.
The decrea-e in number of hogs packed
at these .seven cities is 111 per rent. The
a'.'irreate of the six cities exclusive of
Chicago falls below last year 37,010 hogs,
or less than 1 per cent.
Iu the averaue gross weight of hot:
there was an increase of one pound at
Kansas City, and a decrea-e at the other
point- of 10.11 at St. Louis, l.i.M at Cin
cinnati, Is.'.") at Chicago, L'7.2 at Indiana
polis, '. u at Louisville, 42.70 at Mil
waukee, the general average being 25u.;s
pounds, compared with L",'0.o.", last year,
or :t decrease of Is.;;; pounds, or 0.8 per
cent. The variation at the different cities
seem to retlect pretty closely tin; relative
quality of the corn crop in the different
localities; in Kansas City, where hogs
were drawn from sections havinu good
corn, the weight was maintained, not
withstanding the drawback of t lie se
vere winter. At St. Louis the reduction
is le.-s marked than further east. The
large falling-off iu average weight of
ho-js lushecn due to the inferior quality
of the corn crop in most sections of the
Vet, and the prevalence of cold weather
decidedly adverse to fattening tendencies
The variation in production of lard
h is followed clo-ely that of the average
weight. The general average yield is
."..". .'7 pounds per hog, compared with
: 1 .1 . 7 7 last year, a decrease of L'.4U pounds,
or 0,7 per cent. The average percentage
yield of lard this season at these points
is 13. "1 per cent, of the average gross
weight of iiogs, compared with 13.i".i per
cent, last year. Chicago, St. Louis, In
dianapolis and Kansas City show an in
crease. The aggregate production of lard tit
the seven cities is 1l".',o7.',l'45 pounds,
or T.'.'l ,ll's tierces, compared with 15;i,
:'.".',551 pounds, or 4?:',514 tierces, la.-t
The production of barreled pork has
showu a considerable falling off at these
points, the comparison being as follows:
1t-4. is-y-l. lssl-2.
M-ss pork, bt-li tl.17 4!H.5 4i'..t;w
l'riine :ne s
31,1 lit lt.-'T5
It n in p
Total rtU.1'1 5X11S 4SI.1I1
The avenge annual production of bar
reled pork at these places for ten years
has been 4:10, imi barrels last year being
the largest during this period, and lssi.W
the smallest previous to this yearrUl,0;!5
The meat product of packing at these
cities was 55l',0ui'i,(hiO pounds the past
season, of which 0M,4s0,ooi; pounds was
put into barrels, leaving 4s:t,lJ0,tio0
pounds of other meats. Last year the
meat product was i;m',i;i.'h1,i)mi) pounds, of
which I0',t,402,tiu0 pounds was barreled,
leaving 573,13s,0uO pounds of other
The average cost of hogs packed at the
seven cities was 85. 'Ji' per loo pounds
gross, compared with S0.3'.t last year a
reduction of 91.17, or is. 3 per cent. The
aggregate cost was $5o,51'.t, 031, compared
with N70,t;o.:,lL'0 last year.
Stocks of provisions reported held at
the seven cities on March 1, compare for
three years as follows:
iss4, iss.1. is?.
Men's, li's i;i).ai.-).i.'i0 't.0i."i,it 2:ti,:ti7.in!0
l'ork.iiil klads.l bls.U'M.Tnl ;i3,.Vn) il57,tliNl
I.HI-K tes I'HI.'.OI IV.,. 0 1 l.5ml
l,n. il. ill-" fkt.HKl.ti Kl SI.M.inl (ll!,s:;.Vl l
M'tsaiiil p'k.lhs 17,7iMHKI U".i2,H.U,Ml -".'."i.UT.OHI
To'nl product. lli3:;0.NH,s)(). 'itt, lii't.iHKi ;iiil,c,0il
Coinpared with a year ago these stocks
show a reduction of lu7,M)n barrels of
pork, 53,730,000 pounds of meats, and an
liieren.se of 5,800 tierces of lard.
The reduction in packing at these
places was equivalent to s 18,000 hogs tit
last year's avenge weight. The reduc
tion in slocks of meats on March 1 com
pared with a year ago was equivalent
to the meat product of 41)0,000 hogs, at
last year's weight.
Till: J-..VSK KK HKSOl.VTIOXS.
A Succinct Account of Their Disposal in
tho House of Representatives.
Washington, I), tf, March 21. The
Lasker complication has been satisfac
torily disposed of, In the opinion of a
large majority 'of the House, by the adop
tion of the temperato resolutions framed
by the Committee on Foreign Affairs. A
respectable minority, Including Iliscock
of New York, Helford of Colorado, Keagan
of Texas, (itienther of Wisconsin, and
Cox of New York, entered their protest,
either by votes or speeches, against the
conservative actiou proposed by the com
mittee, w hich they regarded as equivalent
to tin apology to the (iermtin Chancellor
for having dared to condolo with the Ger
man nation upon the death of Dr. Lasker.
Mr. Ochiltree, of Texas, made himself tho
central llgttre by a set speech against
the proponed resolutions, lleing his
maiden speech iu tho House, there was
great curiosity to hear him, and It hud
been expected that ho would proceed at
once to scalp Bismarck aud declare war
against Imperialism, Hut he not only
spoko well, but was much more moderate
Until some others on that side of the
question. The Speaker' gavel cut
iiim oft iu the midst of it sentence, and
he nuked for an' extension of time, but
Air. Taylor, ol Ohio, objected. Mr.
Ochiltree looked around among his He
publican friends and fiercely exclaimed:
"Who objects?" A Democrat then
arose and objected, and the discussion
was taken up by Curtin, of I'ennsylvuuia,
I e uster, of Vbconsin, und l'helps, of
New Jersey, In support of the commit
tee. Mr. I'liclps drew a crowd about
him in the center of the nisie, where
he Mood with his hands in his coat
iiockcls. ami In il Kenii.cmillilentlal wav
related the story of tho Lasker iucl
dent, the discreet action of the Secre
tary of State, the apology of lJistnarck
to the lieichstag, ami the action of tho
committee. Mr. Cox, of New York, es
sayed to lead the extremists, but was eas
ily defeated, and the Lasker affair was
soon ended, so far as the House of Rep
resentatives was concerned.
'IIICTTEH THAN' ANYTIIIXU AT
Governor Tom Got It, and Where is tho
Man Who Would Blame Him?
Jkh'kksun Ciiv, Mo., March 21.
Special. The St. Louis piml-IHnntrh
w ill this afternoon publish the closing pai
ngraph to an article explaining Governor
Crittenden's 1'attikiss: "Come, Gov
ernor, tell the truth; how did it all hap
pen'" "I will tell you," he replied, after
a look of hesitation and a visible little in
ward struggle, "but you inut not let it
go further until I tun out of the way. I
hail heard l'atti sing 'Home, Sweet
Home;' I was in St. Louis, and
in common with almost the entire
audience was much affected by the
incomparable pathos of her rendition of
that pathetic song. I called next day in
company with some friends, and as I ap
proached l'.itU's room I met, iu the cor
ridor of the hotel, a party of young girls
who said to me that they had jut been
given that which I should never have a
kiss from l'atti. After the introduction
to the lady 1 repeated what those happy
young creatures bad said, to which she
laughingly replied that she did not see
w hy that should never be. - No sooner
was this said than I had my kiss. 1 then
remarked that this was belter than even
'Home, Sweet Home.' The joke of it all
is that in telling on me afterwards the
friends with whom I had gone in declared
.that I had said the ki--s was 'better thau
au thing at home.1 "
TILLEIt AM M'l ADDE.V.
The Express Robbers Arraigned Jdc
Fadden's Attempted Suicide.
Sr. Lin ts, Mo., March 21. Prentice
Tiller and Geo, H. McFadden, the express
robbers, were booked for a preliminary
examination before .Judge Noonan this
morning on charges of grand larceny.
Tiller is accused of stealing $40,0oil,
while his alleged confederate is charged
with taking nearly twice that much
'V '-M). The accusations are preferred
by K. M. Mor-inan, an oilicial of the
1'nited States Lxpress Company. Judging
from the large attendance iu
court considerable curiosity is
manifested in the robbers. Judg" Jones
and Marshal McDonald have charge of
the case for the Express Company, while
the interests of the defense will be guard
ed by J. J.-Mcliride. The defendants did
ixt appear in court, tho case being con
tinued until April 4. This proved a great
disappointment to the assembled throng.
While the prisoners were passing back
and forth from the jail to thecourt cham
ber they were scrutinized closely by the
lawyers in the lobbies.
The continuance was granted on appli
cation of the defense; and the indications
are that the Grand Jury will have taken
tlie matter out of the jurisdiction of the
Court of Correction by that time.
McFadden, asked as to his health this
morning, replied that he was well, but
that he did not feel like walking. When
told that the newspapers had discredited
the glas-eating story the prisoner said
that he had taken a dose, nevertheless.
It was inserted in a ball of food. Mc
Fadden, since his incarceration in jail
here, has admitted that he had spent his
boyhood in Louisville, aud that Tiller was
one of his cjmpauions at that time.
TO HE SLAl'lillTEltED, LIKE IIAX
C'OC'K. The Kind of a Man Mr. Tilden Would
Like to See Nominated.
SvKvtisi:, N. V., March 21. Fred.
Wilkinson, a prominent banker and Dem
ocratic politician, and an intimate friend
of Samuel J. Tilden, recently paid a visit
to that gentleman at his Gramerey
Park residence. Mr. Wilkinson avowed
himself as having leisure and the
disposition to do active political
work this year, aud his wish and expecta
tion of putting in some solid labor for the
old ticket. Mr. Tilden responded that he
could not be made the Democratic nomi
nee under any circumstances, and that
there were younger and sturdier men who
cnuld be looked for as possessing all the
needed qualities of leadership. Mr.
Wilkinson pressed him for an indication
of choice, and finally Mr. Tilden in pretty
broad terms intimated that a Democrat
with a good war record, a soldier of the
I'nion army, should be the man. He de
clined, however, to be any more explicit.
Tensas Parish, Louisiana, Being Rapidly
Inundated Can't be Checked.
Vti'Ksnint;, Miss., March 21. The
Huckrldge Levee hi Louisiana, thirty
three miles below Vicksburg, broke at
eleven o'clock last night. There Is no
chance to close the pap, and the water
will overllow much of the best lands of
Sr. Lot is, Mo., March 21. Another
defalcation, supposed to be of large
amount, was to-day unearthed In this
city. John S. Daub, cashier for Rosen
helm, Levis & Co., Is the party Impli
cated, but us his employers are supposed
to have compounded with him, particu
lars are not available.
CoM-Miit s, (),, March 21. The House
has passed tho llrucc bill llxlng a penalty
of from 100 to 1,000 and thirty to nluely
days' Imprisonment for buying or selling
any stocks, grain, or products on futures,
shorts or margins. If tho Senate concurs
it will wipe out all bucket-shops In the
Ki'i'txoiiAM, Ii.i.., March 21. Mrs. Pos
ton, wife of Mr. S. Poston, a business
man tit Mason, in this couuty, was yes
terday adjudged Insane ami ordered to
lie sent to the Asylum at Anna, III., for
A WASTE OF TIME.
How tho Morrison Tariff Bill
Tariff Reduction in Favor, but Fruitless
Agitation Condemned, For
The Consideration of the Morrison Bill
Would be a Waste of Time,
Viewed From South Carolina.
Washington, 1). C, March 21. In an
interview with a newspaper correspond
ent, Mr. Dibble, of South Carolina, was
asked his views on the Morrison tariff
bill, and stated them as follows: "The
present agitation of the tariff is the re
suit of tht; outrageous protectionist feat
ures of the present law, enacted by the
Republicans. It is the re-action against
Iniquitous legislation aud the protest
against monopolies. In such reactions
there is usually danger of going to an op
posite extreme. I am in favor of tariff
reduction very great reduction to be
made gradually until a revenue basis is
reached. Hut I am not in favor of fruit
less agitation, and no one dreams that tho
.Morrison bill, or any other bill for tho
reduction of duties, can pass the Senate
or the President, so that tariff agitation
in Congress now means nothing practical,
but simply an attempt at the impossible.
This, in my judgment, prejudices the
cause of tariff reform. The postpone
ment of this question to an off year, when
it can be calmly considered as an economic
question, is much better than to make it
a bone of contention between parties ami
individuals for partisan and personal
ends. For these reasons I think the con
sideration of the Morrison bill would be
a wash: of timk,
or worse, Tint if it is taken up I will
vote in the direction of lower duties, for
I believe such reduction Is demanded by
the true interests of the country. As to
the division of the Democratic party on
account of the tariff question, the party,
us represented in Congress, is not a
block of wood, to be split iu two by a
single ax; and as for those who speak
about whipping In members by caucus
action, an effort of this kind, so far as
my observation goes, would be generally
repudiated by the Democratic members.
Such a course would be attributed rather
to a desire to whip out rather than to
whip in, and its purpose would be too
apparent to meet with success. We are
not going to turn our lances on one an
other on the eve of battle. We leave this
c noisy parties outside, who are not
burdened with the responsibility of rep
resentatives." THE YELI.OWSTOXE PARK.
A. L. Love Appointed Receiver of the
Park Improvement Company.
Nt:y Yoi-.k, March 21. The Yellow
stone National Park Improvement Com
pany, of which Rufits Hatch is President,'
has gone into the hands of a receiver.
The application was made by Mr. Charles
E Quincey, a stockholder and creditor of
the company. Tho company was repre
sented by ex-Judge R. S.Green, but made no
opposition to the motion, and Judge
Nixon of the United States Court at
Trenton appointed Mr. A. L. Love, cash
ier of the bank at Livingston, receiver.
The bunk is a creditor to" tho company
to the amount of about 14,000. In the
absence of Mr. Hatch the secretary of
the company, Mr. Ashley AV. Cole, said
yesterday that the company had ex
pended in cash 130,000, of which Mr.
Hatch had personally advanced 120,000.
Resides this, the debts of the company
amounted to S0,00O, making the total
liabilities over 200,000.
The assets consist of the new hotel iu
the National Park and its furniture and
fixtures, which cost altogether 150,000.
It was built, however, under the most
adverse circumstances. It cost to trans
port from the railroad terminus to the
site of the hotel, 150 miles, 25 per head
for each workman employed, and ten
cents for every pound of the material,
Among the upsets are saw mills, machin
ery, cattle a'ud other property, whose
value can not well be estimated.
A FALLII'.LE REPORT.
Report That the Pope Will Quit the Vat
ican Indignantly Denied.
Komk, March 21. The sensational (lis
patches telegraphed from this city that
the Pope contemplated quitting the Vati
can on account of differences with the
Italian Government, and seeking an asy
lum elsewhere, has been indignantly de
nied by Papal authorities and a universal
contradiction ordered made In all coun
tries. TWO TRAINS 1IUUNED.
Explosion of a Railway Oil Tank on
the Lake Shore Road.
RfFFAi.0, N. Y., March 21. This
morning a freight train on the Lake
Shore Road, near Angola, that had
parted, eainc together heavily, causing
the explosion, of an oil tank on an oil
car, setting lire to the train, and also one
on the western bound track. Two brake
men, Win. Frawiey and Newell Silvers,
were burned and otherwise badly hurt.
An Incorrigible Lobbyist.
Coix Miirs, ()., March 21. Colonel J. D.
Watson on Thursday completed his term
in the Penitentiary lor offering bribes to
members of tho Legislature two years
ago, and at onco proceeded to work for
the passage of his old bill, known as tho
union scheme for the Belt Railroad on tho
canal at Cincinnati. He finds the same
opponents lobbying for other hills to ap
propriate the same property. lie blames
them for sending him up, and threatens
to disclose startling things if they hack
cap him. .
Champ and Rudolph Fitzpatrick Pay the
Penalty of Murder.
Loiisvn.i.K, Ky., March 21. Champ
and Rudolph FHpat rick were hanged In
Columbia, Ky., at noon for the cold-blooded
murder of Miller Brewster. The exe
cution was first set for February 2!, but
Governor Knott respited them until to
day. The town was crowded with peo
ple, who camo In from tho neighborhood
for miles around to see the hanging.
Considerable smuggling lias been dono
at Vera Cruz.
The Kansas Legislature has passed a
bill for a State Veterinary Surgeon.
The Maori King sails from Auckland
for England via San Francisco, April 1.
EI Malnllhas twelve European und sixty
Egyptian olllcers of Hick's Pasha's army.
The Delaware County, (Pa.) delegates
have been instructed for Randall for
A charter has been granted to survey
and colonize the public lands of Lower
The Josephine Hotel at Hot Springs
burned Thursday. Loss, 20,000; Insur
On March 4 General Gordon committed
Khartoum to the charge of three native
nobles and Sheiks.
F.l Mahdl is organizing an artillery
corps composed of Egyptian deserters.
I his done he will set out for Berber.
Count Vladimir Fcdorwitch Adleberg,
a distinguished Russian General and
statesman Is dead. He was born in 17U3.
The Pope is again considering the ad
visability of leaving Rome, and Malta has
been mentioned as tho place for his
The Russian and German Ministers at
Berne are instructed to co-operate with
the Austrian Minister In regard to meas
ures against the Anarchists.
An inquiry has been ordered Into the
execution of the decree ot the Govern
ment of Paltova, expelling the Jews,
making a division of real property.
The Gill Car Manufacturing Company
of Columbus, Ohio, assigned Thursday.
Liabilities, 2511,000, four-llftlis of which
is secured. Assets about 500,000.
The rebel tribes have cut off tho re
treat from Khartoum; they have envi
roned the town, except on the river side.
Three tribes are advancing to take the
In yesterday's debate In tho Reichstag
Bismarck said it behooved Parliament to
combat tho present danger to society be
fore blood, petroleum and dynamite re
appeared. Private Watchman Crawford, of Louis
ville, frightened off some burglars at
Bennett's jewelry store just as they
were about to carry off 25,000 worth of
diamonds and jewelry.
Mile. Nevada, the American prima
donna, made her debut in Paris in
"Italiens." United States Minister Mor
ton was received with cheers. Mile.
Nevada achieved a brilliant success.
In the election in Cambridgeshire to till
the vacancy in the Commons caused by
Sir Henry Brand's retirement, Thornhill,
Conservative, received 3,815 votes; Cote,
Liberal, 2, '.H2. Brand was a Liberal.
Mrs, John Sehaefer of Oakland, Cal.,
became insane, cut her child's throat and
then her own. Her husband, in a frantic
moment, tried to shoot himself, and Mrs.
Letrolli, who witnessed the sight, became
a raving maniac.
Lieutenant-Colonel F. De Winton, pri
vate Secretary to the Marquis of Lorno
when the latter was Governor-General of
Canada, has been appointed Governor of
the international mission on the Congo
River by the Belgian King.
FOR SULLIVAN TO SIGN.
Thompson's Backer Forwards the Arti
cles of Agreement to Fox.
Ci.evki.ani, O., March 21. Duncan C.
Ross to-day sent Richard K. Fox, of Xew
York, the articles of agreement for tho
signature of John L, Sullivan aud Mer
vine Thompson, to light according to tho
prize ring rules. Accompanying this was
2,500, guaranteeing Thompson's signa
ture. MAUKET HCrOllTS.
Grain and Provisions.
ITU DAY, MAUX'II 21, 1884.
Cotton strnily; mMilllnir lOo.
Vt.oi'ii Steady; XXX. to Choice, f3.70ai.S0i
patents, f ..7'iil.40.
Whkat Firmer ; No. 2, Bed, fl.09!4ai.l0;
No. J tied, IW iMiso.
Cons Steady; No. 2 mixed, 4tfffi43?;o;
No. a white mixed. 5- '' "c,4e.
Oats stnmtr; No. S. tr'4;Bo.
Hve Finn; No. 2, .V-Vie,
ToiiAicii Firm; Iiiks. common to choice,
.i.7.4l'U0: leaf; common red leaf, JS.OOid
lO.mi: medium to irood l:i.50!,17..r0.
IIAY-I'iuii'io ts.iVn8!t..jti tor prime; J 10.00
d Ui.M) for elinlee; mixed fsr,;,io for common
to prime: timothy llft,l5 for prime to fancy.
ItriTKu Firm; eholeo creamery, ;iii'i:iio;
fiiney, :it-j) e; dairy, k'1 to choice, iVii.e;
and 2Hi,:in; for select; low prudes nominal.
Eons In demand tit KfOiS'.e.
Potatoes Steady; choice Northern, 40(3
42' -e; fair, :i5ff9'.i!-je.i common, 2,"i1iio.
PiiUK Firmer; standard mess, IS.lS'j
is.25: hard side, J17.S7',.
Laud Dull; prima steam, nominal at 9!i3l
Hacos Longs, 10'Bc; shorts, lWffilOJici
clear rili, lii'.je.
Wool. 'I'uli-wiished rholce, 33Q.'U'Cc: com
mon, 2SiMc; tin"' iislioil, medium, tfk&'ii.'ic; low
and coarse (frillies, lfi'i.K'e.
Huiks-Sternly; dry tlinf, 17'Je; damapreil,
lie; bulls or stuifs, 10c; dry suited, I'.'e; drysalt
ed, dumiiireil, Hie; kip and calf, salted, Se;
iliumurod, tl'4e; bulls and stass, 5(ie; green,
uiieiii-ed, tl'je; damaged, 5o.
Shi:ki 1'ki.ts Steady; green, 7tV,!Klc; dry do,
MifiiWe., as to amount and ipinlity of wool;
green shearings, 2Uy;i0c; dry do, li)"i2uu.
c it i c AOO.
WiiF.lT-Hiirher: March, flOc; April, We.;
May, li"i',e; June, l7e; July, use.
t'oitN Stronger; March, fil'iie; April, 52c;
Muv.iViV; June, 57' jc; July, fill 'ifo lie.
oats Steady; March, ikl?e; April, 8lc;
Slav, ill 'e; June,:i."'8e.
I'ouK-l'iriner; March, f 17.07! i; May.flS.l'Q
18.12',; Juno, l.22'-4.
Laud Lower; March, $!U5; May, f'J.tiO;
June, J!.7 V".70; year, fll.'O.
shout Kms-Mureh, f 0.45 May, f9.52!Js
Wheat Weak; No. 8 Hod, March, fl.07',';
April, fl.0Si.ij May, fl.lOii! Juno, U.U!1,;
August, f l.tmii.
Cons Lower: Mixed Western, March, (!l'e;
April, til'.c; May, uV.c; June, ll;,e; July,
Oats Stronger; Western, March, 40,,o;
April. 40c; May, 40,c; Juno, 4(K,e.
PuovisioNS Pork Dull; mess, (17.73.
Lard Finn; steam, $9.70.
Live Stock Markets.
Itoos-Recelpts H.M0; fairly aetlve and tin.
changed; light, f.WMH.Mi: nimili packing,
?il.4'CMl.v0; Vuvjr packing and snipping,
(fil.k5Vt.7.:iii. , ,
CATri.K-lteeelpts. 4-l)l",:, stl;",n; exports,
ii.ltrMi.;,i; good o choice flipping, fj.tlix
0.10; common to fair T '.OiKmO.
SiiKKi'-lteceipis, ;wo; Hteudy; common to
choice, ; Oii" -W.
Cirri.E-Qulet; fair to good, f.YllV?.ft.0,,i:
butchers', 4.ii0''i,5.Jii; good slilppen, f"i.tHK!
Kiikkp Dulls fair to good Western shoep,
$1 tO'(.V0; choice to f alley, f5.Sl(i4 1.Oil.
Hons Dull and lower; good to eholeo York
ers, fd.iWdiO.H); good medium weights, f.U5
Catti.k Stronger; native steers of 1,012 to
1,1141 lbs. nv., f.VI. GJiV'a; Htockcis and feedors,
fl.imw5.ip0; cows, f l.7.V l.fta.
Moos Firmer: good heiivy,ftl.2Tii0,05; mix
ed; fiuTi&7.0ii; lights. fu.2.F&ii.;r.
Hiikkp Steady i nutlvci of 7s to 96 lbs. ar-f:i.UOditl.25.
M henamanlinsBufTercil from Rheumatism
only a Uttlo while, and la relieved from his pain,
he is happy and delighted. Hut suppose be has
Suffered for more than a
third of a century.
Alvln Grim, of Vale, Iowa, writes:
O "ATHLOfnononhaiiheljied mewnch. Th
piin In my liniba In ail koiik, but nmeluno-
nou is left y'nt, aud wi ll tbera mixlit txj,
for I have buen troulili-d for thirty. five
9 yeari with Blieuuiutinu."
Mrs. A. C. Laker, of Chicago,
Had rheumatic pains in her
back for fifteen years,
and Mr. Baker had been tho victim of Ithcu
i.iatisra until his head was drawn down over
his left shoulder. Mr. Baker writes:
" Halt a bottlo of ATnLoriioitos made C
lum (rood m now. My wife has taken O
O the other half, and hao not complained of
tier back since. Hho n&yn her back never wag
bo free from pain and ache an it hag been 9
9 eluco alio hu taken the ATULoruouos." 9
There are many people who think that
because they have su tiered so long, and
Lavo tried so many medicines in vain, they
must "Buffer on their threescore years."
I'.ut you seo what Athi.ophoro3 has done.
However Old your Coei
However Hi-vcre your Pains ;
However Great your DUnppotntmenta,
EST Try Athlophoros9Q
If yon cannot get AriiLorHonosof your drnirgist,
m will Bend It cxpreHM paid, nil receipt of regiUar
I " ire one dollar iwrbottK We prefer that you buy
i! l'roui your dnurgiiit, but if ha hiwu't it, do not bo
l TMiiail. d to try muuutliing eluo, but order at oucu
in mi ua an directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
The best evidence in the world of the
purity aud excellence of Ulai-kwell'a Bull
Durham Suiokmg Tobacco ie found iu tho
fact Uiat the fame of Uuh tobacco increases
from year to year. This could uot be the
case if it were merely " gotteu up to ueU,"
or had any dubious or duiiKi-roua iufrre
dlentu In it. Aiuung millions of users of
all naUonnlities, surely some ono would
flnil out if it wore impure, Injurious or
unpalatable. Fori" years thistobacro has
been acknowledged to lie the hest in ihi
world, and every year the Bull Durham
brand grown more popular, Uie demand for
It wider, and smokers
more enthusiastic over its
delicious nutural flavor.
Ask your dealer for it.
Oet tho genuine trade
mark of the Dull.
No. 191 Commercial. Ave.
So'.u AflCLt lor llic Celebrated
STOVES & KANGES,
Manufacturer und Dealer In
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iran Work.
Builders' Ilurdwnro and Carpenters' Tool?, Table
and Pocket cutlery, hest In the market. Itogera
Bros.' Plated Knives, Forks und Spoon, (iranlte
Iron Ware. Herllu Earthenware. White Mountain
Freezers, Water Coolers, Kefrlperators, Clotheg
Wrlncers, Crown Fluters, Step Ladder. Garden
Implement. Golden Mar Oil Stoves-beet In the
world. Lamps of every description, filain Oil,
Carpet Sweeper, Fiathcr Duster. Broom. Win
dow Screen rViro Cloth, Full snpply ol Fishing
The above t rock bottom price.
Corner Pith ar.d Commercial Avcnre, Calto, 111.
Telephone No. lii.
Q.EOKGE IIAHRISON LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
mint of enroll-ill disunite., aud diseases of women
OFFICE On 14th street, oppcsito tho Poet
ofl'.co, Cairo, 111.
JJH. J. E. STRONG,
121) Connncrcitil Ave, Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, KLKCTKO-VAPOU and MEDICATED
A lady In attendance.
)R. W. C. JCCITLYN
OFFICE KlEhth Street, near Comn erclal Avdob
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
ICKtU'afcnd Ninth Street
JJ !E. INCE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
8th Btreot, between Com'l Ave. A Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
Alt. KINDS OP AMUNITION.
Wot llrKl. Ah BJnu t Kvj ai.
There is no mischief done where Pt
I Black well's Bull Durham lf'
A BaU'lOng Tobacco ia used.