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THE DAILY CAIRO
The IKiiU' Bulletin.
KUNUAY, MARCH 23, 184.
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Notices in Ui column three Hues or leu .occiiii
odd Innertion or fl-HQ pi r wwk,
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mall; no cativasfiii.; . Addfts F, Kli'.tl & Co.,
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I'oinniercidl Av , bef. 5Jtli & 9tli Sts.
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Good Turnout at Rciuotuble Rates.
VJIoratH boardod it ml v'll cured
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Plumbery Steam and Gas Fitter,
Commercial Ave, bet. Tenth ami Ele
C A 11 tO. j : : JL-L.
Dilve Wdi Force iird Lift Pumps fu: nleli' d aiid
put up. Ac nt for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP"',
the b't pomp ovi-r Invonli-d. w (ins Fixtures
furM-bed to oidt-r. Oil ris.'tne npa:rd and
tjyJohblng promptly mp -Ldtd to. 311 U
Clarkson & Bowers,
Mo. 30 lh St , .':tir, 111.
HSTOood Mock and Prices Itcai'oniMi.'.w?
II R. SMITH.
tl.llKICT A. SMITH.
Grand Central Store.
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STBATTOX & BIRD,
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fyAiamn Amirlcan Powder Co
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Made to Order.
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Repairing; neatly done at short notice.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Nineteenth street) Pflil'n Til
r-nmmnrrlal Avenue ' .miU. Hi.
13G vfc 138 Com'l Ave.
hsvo rocclvod full and complcto line
ol new Fall and W inter
Cloaks, Dolmans, Motions, Etc.
A heavy stock of Body Bnupel-., Taper
tries and Ing.ralu
A fall stock of Oil Cloths, all eUoa and prices.
ClGihing & Gents' Furnish'g Goods
A full and complete stock Is now being
closed oat at great bargains,
jtoodsj at Bottom Prlwat
A NARROW ESCAPE.
A Wild Train, Sans Locomotive,
Dash03 Madly Down a
It Kims at Break-Neck Speed Into the
City of Indianapolis,
Knocking the End Out of a Freight House,
and Narrowly Escapes Plunging Into
the Crowded Passenger Depot.
Inmavu'iiIjs, Ink., March '11. A Pan
handle freight train without engine slip
ped over tin; heavy grade In the yards ami
enine teaiin;; Into tin; city ut thirty miles
un hour. It drove into the freight house,
kn c k i 1 1 lt one end out, nnd pitched three
cars across the street. The Evans Oil
Mills narrowly escaped. Had a switch
not been turned the wild cars would
have pnsscd through the Union Depot
and many persons would have been killed.
Double Collision Near Independence
Traffic Delayed. '
Im:1'Kikn( i:, Mo., March 22. Two
freight trains on the Missouri l'acillc
Hallway, loaded with rain, came to
gether yesterday afternoon, four miles
east, wrecking lioth locomotives antl four
teen cars. Conductor Cooper, of the
west-bound train, pulled out from the
side track at Little Dlue infore the east
bound train arrived. The damage is es
timated at $.jO,oiiO, Trains were delayed
The Texas passenger train east-bound
and a west-bound freight train ran to-g-.-ther
at live o'clock this morning six
miles west. The freight conductor did
not under.-t ind his order. Two locomo
tives were wrecked; no one Injured.
Both Were Drunk.
Skiui.ia, Mo., March Win. lienors
and Frank Ilnrtell, section-hands, were
run over by a freight train at the crossing
of the Lexington Uranch of the Missouri
Pai;U: Iload, about half a mile from
Sedalia, at three o'clock this morning,
liogers' right arm was cut off. liurtell's
left leg was so badly cru-hed that ampu
tation wa necessary. IJoth were drunk.
T.Y A IT K 1 1 - O V A U N E 1)
Wliat His Friends Think of His Pro
nuueiamento. Washing n..v, 1). C, March 22. The
Watteron proniiaeiaineiito to the Demo
cratic members ef the House continues
to be talked of by some in a serious way,
while othi-rs simply laugh at his audacity
and presumption. A cloe canvass :le
Velopcs a good deal of feeling on the
subject, not mj much by the Kandall wing
of the party as by the Carlisle u;en. The
feeling of tho.se who MiH'i'i'tcd Mr. Car
lisle for Speaker against any such action
is open and outspoken.
Ill KM.lt "K Miss. il Ht,
who is one of the oldest members of the
house, a supporter of Carlisle and a man
of sound judgment, was asked this morn
ing what he thought of the atterson
"I think it a very foolish thing," he re
plied. "It is the emanation from a man
of some genius hut who lacks practical
sense. Mr. W atterson nor any other man
in the Democratic party or claiming to
belong to the party, is authorized to dic
tate in or out of Congress how it shall
act. I am in favor of a revision of the
tariff. The people demand it, but I am
not going to attempt to
ki:.u mi: orx
of the party, who differ from me, not so
much on the idea, but upon the mode by
which It is to be done. I shall vote for
the Morrison bill, but I shall not attempt
to read men out of the party who differ
from me. The tariff ipiestioii is to a
greater or less extent a local question,
and members must of necessity vote on it
according to the desires of their constitu
ents, ami tin y will be governed in their
demands by their interest. The Demo
cratic party can never be divided by the
tariff question for the very reason I have
mentioned. 1 was opposed to the present
attempt to raise the tariff. I wanted
to take advantage of the precedent
set us by the Republicans of the Forty
seventh t'ongress. They created a Tariff
Commission and gathered all the facts in
their favor from that standpoint during
the recess of Congress, received the re
port at the beginning of the second ses
sion and enacted the p.'escnt law. Xow
we ought at this session to have re-enacted
the law creating the Tariff Commis
sion, had it go out and get front our
friends their side of the question, hail
them report to us at the next session,
and then proceeded to revise the tariff.
It may be that this plan will be adopted
yet. It is a question now, however, that
we have gone so far whether it is better
ItKTIil'.AT OU TO ADVAXCK.
I desire to repeat that there needs to be
such an adjustment of the tariff as will
promote the industries of the country and
the interest of labor without creating mo
nopolies." CONC.IiKSSMAN DAVIS
of Missouri, when asked what he thought
of Wattersou's attempt to read men out
of the party who choose not to follow him
on the tariff question said:
"We tire not in a condition to read men
out of the party just now."
of Missouri, remarked: KI have not read
Mr. Wattersou's pronunciamento. I
don't want to read it. he has no
right to set himself up ns a dictator to
the Democratic party. I shall vote for
Mr. Morrison's Mil, but I don't Intend
to try and read.tnen out of the party who
seo proper to do otherwise."
All three of these geutletneu voted for
Mr. Carlisle ns Speaker.
Twenty-Seven Hundred Dollars Taken
From a Bank Counter.
Arm'STA, OA,, March 22. This morn
ing, while It. 1). Crocker, a book-keeper
of tho Commercial Hank, was making
some exchanges with tho National Hank
at tho counter of tho latter, ho was ap
proached by two unknown parties, one of
whom Haunted a check In his face and
commenced to Question him closely
Kcemlngly for Information. The party
went out and Crocker found 2,7U0 had
been stolon front tins satchel nt his side.
There Is considerable excitement. No
clew. It Is believed the rubbery was
commit led by the same parties who
worked the Macon banks Thursday .
Murdered While Crying for Mercy.
C'KiMit Ku'ids, Ia., March Thurs
day night at :.'10 o'clock cries of "Mur
der!" "Help!" "For God's sake, Joe,
don't kill me!" were heard front the cen
ter of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
bridge which spans the river here. A mo
ment later there was another cry, fol
lowed by a splash In the river, and then
all was still. Two men, William C. Hen
derson and Mr. Lamb, approaching the
scene of the murder, were met by a
large man, who was bareheaded,
rapidly making for the west side of
the river. He was given the right of way,
and, reaching the land, rapidly dis
appeared. A pool of blood showed the
Ur.-t attempt at murder to have been made
at the west end of the bridge, and blood
along the track Indicated that the victim
was carried to the center of the bridge,
w here it seems the death blow was given.
.Several articles, which must have fallen
from tiie pockets of the murdered man,
were found along the track, and will se
cure the Identity of the body. The police
force, aided by a large body of citizens,
are scouring the country Immediately
surrounding the city, aud the murderer
will undoubtedly be arrested.
THE I'.r.I'l lJLK AX COMMITTEE.
Sub-Committee In Session at Chicago to
Arrange for the Convention.
Chicago, Ii.i.., March 22. The Sub
Committee on Arrangements of the Na
tional Republican Convention began its
session to-day, Senator Sabin, Hon.
John C. New, nnd John II. Clough,
as proxy for Senator Logan, being
the only members of the committee
present. John A. Martin, W. C. Cooper,
lv. S. Magee, Powell L. Clayton, and
other members of th; conimitte are ex
pected during the day. The design of the
Imposition liuilding as it will be ar
ranged for the May festival, Was sub
mitted. The plan contemplates a seating
capacity for 7,770 people, which includes
a stage capacity of 1,0W. , The sub-committed
appeared to favor the plan, but
no action will be taken uutil the arrival
of the fuil committee.
The Cincinnati Dramatic Festival.
Cincinnati, O., March 22. The list of
plays and stars for the coming Dramatic
Festival has at last been definitely ar
ranged, and use now for the tlrst time
made public. The stars include i'anny
Davenport, Madame Modjeska, Agnes
Iiooth, Thomas W. Keenc, F'red Warde,
Robert Mantel, W. II. Crane, Stuart Rob
son and John Jack. The plays will be
given as follows: Un Monday evening
April 21, "Julius Ca-sar;" Tuesday eve
ning, April 22, "Tweltth Night;" Wed
nesday matinee, "Romeo and Juliet;"
Wednesday evening (and this will be
Shakespeare s birthday), "The Comedy
of Errors;" Thursday evening, "As You
Like It;" Friday evening, "Othello;"
Saturday matinee, "As You Like It," ami
on Saturday evening, the great play of
"Henry IV.," with the ever popular
Samuel Frayer Taken From Jail and
Hanged at Marysville.
Kansas Citv, Mo., March 22. A
Marysville (Kas.) dispatch says: "About
forty masked men went to the jail last
night, and live of thera uttered the
Jailer's residence, presented revolvers at
his head and compelled Mm to open the
jail doors. Samuel Frayer, convicted
of the murder of John Pennington and
wife, was then taken out and conducted
to a bridge beyond the south part of town
and hanged. He is said to have made a
full confession, stating that he had no ac
complices in the murder. The mob was
very quiet, and dispersed as soon as the
work was done."
Killed in a Coal Mine.
Winkield, W. Va., March 22. Word
has been received of a horrible aud fatal
accident that occured iu the Queen City
mines, about six miles above this place,
on the Kanawha River, last Friday even
about three o'clock. Mr. Edward
King, his nine-year-old son James
and Mr. James 15. Crago put off a
shot, und when they entered the bank to
see with what success their efforts met
the two former were caught under a piece
of falling slate that was loosened by the
jar of the blast nnd Instantly crushed to
death. Mr. Crago escaped with severe
bruises. This huge pile of slate which so
suddenly rendered life extinct weighs
Placed in the Cooler for Reflection.
Knit-:, Pa., March 22. Mrs. Griffin,
the young lady who fled from the
olllccrs, when detected In tho act of
eloping with a negro menial, was dis
covered by the police at the house of
a colored family named Saunders, who
had concealed her. The infatuated lady
states that her colored Adonis got off at
a way station at night, returned to Erie
and married her. She refuses to state
w ho performed the ceremony. Her law
ful husband has been telegraphed from
Cleveland, nud the authorities, taking tier
ut her word, caused her arrest on tho
charge of bigamy. She has been jailed.
TOLL TIIE HELL TELEPHONE.
A Manager of the Company Suddenly
Sr. Louis, Mo., March 22. William
G. liodgers, manager of the Dell Tele
phono Company, died suddenly nt noon
to-day. While attending his duties at the
central office ho was seized with a severe
hemorrhage of the lungs, dylug before
medical aid could be Invoked. He leaves
a widowed mother at No. 2021 Morgan,
street. Ills body was removed nt once to
his late resldeucc.
So Declare the Jury in the Case of A. 0.
Chicago, III., March 22. Tho Daily
iVcwn1 Petersburg, III., special says : "Tho
jury In tho Carpenter murder trial re
turned a verdict of not guilty at the open
ing of tho Court this morning. They were
QUt alj nigjit,"
Tho Silont Man Opens Hia Mouth
in Bohalf of Ilia Favorlto
A Very Decided Preference for Senator
John A, Logan, of
He Puts a Heavy Foot Down Upon the
Rising Aspirations of John
Washington, I). C, March 22. Gen
eral Grant was found this morningl n an
private parlor upon the sunny front of tho
Arlington hotel, ho was seated In a
easy chair near a table covered with visit
ing cards. When approached by your
correspondent he was waiting to have a
breakfast served. He talked freely about
the political situation. Iu answer to a
query he said: "I have not taken any
active part In politics this winter; I have
been shut up In a sick room; I have had
to depend largely upon the three news
papers I read at home for my facts."
"What papers are those?"
"The Tina, TrViune and Commercial
A'li-trlifir. ICach one has a different can
didate, and by studying tjiem all I have
arrived at certain conclusions."
"You were interviewed at Fortress
"Not with my knowledge. The editor
of a Norfolk paper was sent up to me
w ith request to pay his respects as a, Vir
ginian. He said he was the editor of a
Norfolk newspaper, but lie said he did not
call to Interview me. I talked with hliu
generally. He printed what he could re
member of this conversation. There was
some truth iu his report and some mis
takes. For instance, I did not say that I
thought the contest for the Republican
nomination at Chicago had narrowed
down to Ulaine and Arthur. What I did
say was something equivalent to this. I
believed from preseut indications that
when the llrst ballot at the Chicago Re
publican Convention should be taken,
Blaine, Arthur and Logan would lead in
In about the order named. I said also
that Edmunds had considerable strength
in the East, and
THAT OTHKR CANDIDATES
would have enough votes to make the
result uncertain and a sound prediction
impossible. In saying this I did not indi
cate the slightest preference."
"You have a preference?"
"Certainly. I have never made any
concealment of the fact that I would pre
fer John Logan to all the others. I have
e:!ld so frequently aud have never had
any reason to change my views. I think
Logan's chances as good a9 those of any
of the candidates."
"Did you see the elaborate story print
ed the other day giving the details of a
recent conversation between yourself aud
Mr. Blaine in the interests of the latter,
and that Mr. Conkling was Included, he
preferring Blaine's success to Arthur?"
"No, I did not sec it. It is untrue so
far as I am concerned, ami I know it Is
equally untrue so far as it relates to Mr.
Conkling. There Is no reason for such a
combination aud no basis at all for tho
"Have you seen Mr. Blaine since your
"No, I have not seen Mr. Blaine to talk
with him siuce the spring of 1880."
"Do you expect to see him during your
"No, 1 have no reason to expect to seo
"You have seen the story of General
Bealo's dinner party where you were to
meet Mr. Blaine in a social way?"
'I know nothing of it. It is a doubtful
story. I would not go to a dinner where
I would be expected to meet Mr. Blaine."
"General, what do you think of tho
prospects of the Republican party for tho
"They were never better than now."
FIVE MONTHS AGO
I believed the Republicans were facing
sure defeat. I did not think they had
any chance, but the Democrats have rem
, edied that. Tho Democratic party can
always be relied on In the case of emer
gency to give the Republicans a victory;
Their tight In the House over the tariff
has made a dou'jtful election certain to
the Republicans. They have been warring
upon the business Interests In New York
in the House. The result will be that a
number of Democratic business men will
contribute to the defeat of their own party
rather than encourage its free trade ten
dencies. Republicans will have no diffi
culty in electing any ouo they shall nomi
nate. There are two States, however,
where there would besomcfeelingagainst
Arthur. In his own State there is a great
coolness toward hint among his friends,
which would create apathy" in the case of
his nomination, while lu Ohio
THE GAUFIKI.D KI.K.MKXT
would not heartily support him."
General Grant was asked what ho
thought of Edmunds.
"I see ho Is gaining strength In tho
East," said lie. "Edmunds would tnako
a strong candidate. He has a faultless
record, and is a very able man."
When John Sherman's name was men
tioned as a probability, General Grant
said: "Oh, I hope not. I should not like
to seem him nominated."
He was asked to tell who would bo
probably nominated by tho Democrats.
This ho preferred at first not to discuss,
but at length he said: "If they have any
chance at all It will be In the nomination
of smite man whose name will be a
guarantee to the business Interests of tho
country, that war not will be made upon
"What do you think of Tilden?"
"he is so feeble that If ho should bo
nominated public attention would be con
centrated on the second man on tho
"How about ho and McDonald?"
"He Is a very clever gentleman, but a
free-trader. No free-trader can win."
"What do you think of Payne?"
"llo appears to bo all right upon Mio
tariff question, and, although three years
olden than Tlldeu, Is well preserved with
n sound and vigorous constitution. I
should think he would bo a good candi
date for the Democrats."
Straying away from tho field of politics,
Grant said he was never lu better hoal.th,'
with tho exception of the Injury to his
thigh, that Isrccoveringundcrthejnanipu
lations of the Swedish massage Professor
Missen. Ho will probably
ItKMAIM IN WASHINGTON
so long as the attendance of the Professor
Is necessary. The General expects to bo
able to do away with his crutches en
tfrely within the next two weeks. He is
fond of Washington, but never expects to
abandon Now York ns a permanent place
of residence. lie Is most completely
housed there and all his children are with
hint. lie drives out daily here and sees
quite n number of visitors each day. Ills
contlnement does not appear to hawaf
fecled his general health.
ti:li:c K.viM no notes.
The Phoenix Hotel was burned at
Roodhouse, 111., yesterday.
The Democratic Congressional caucus
has been called for next Tuesday.
The much-advert ised white elephant
"the Light of Asia," arrived on Thurs
day. Koniadka Bros.' truuk factory at Mil
waukee was burned down yesterilay; loss,
Win. Johnston, paint manufacturer,
Montreal, Canada, has failed. Liabilities,
Newton Bradley, banker at Santa Fe,
N. M., was jailed Friday for embezzling
The British have released 125 untried
prisoners confined In the jails of Aissiout
and 1" a h.
Minister Sargent attended tho soiree
given in honor of the Emperor's eighty-
The principal warehouse and 000 barrels
of oil of the Consolidated Tank Company
were burned at Kansas City.
The House has placed Major-General
Averill, the cavalry officer, on tho retired
list, with the rank of Colonel.
The branch of the Southern l'acillc from
Mohave, A. T., to the Needles, Col., 212
miles in length, has been completed.
The railroad and cattle men of Texas
are endeavoring to organize a Union
Stock Yards Company at San Antonio.
A delegation of Chicago cattle men Is
at Washington working actively against
the cattle bill now pendiug in the Senate.
The prospectus of Parnell's Migration
Company, capital 1,250,000, has ap
peared. The tlrst issue of stock w ill be
August Wellin, twenty-one years old,
was found dead on the streets of San Au
tonio, Friday morning, with a bullet hole
through his head.
Colonel Maplesou has been found
guilty of violating a San Francisco ordi
nance by blockading the aisles of the
Grand Opera house.
Ex-Secretary Blaine says no reconcilia
tion lias taken place between Conkling
and himself, though he himself has not
been unwilling to renew friendly rela
tions. Handy Singleton shot and killed Calvin
Young at Chattanooga, Tenn., Friday
night.' The shooting was the result of
jealousy over a woman named Mandy
The Grand Trunk Railway locomotive
drivers have agreed upon a reduction of
wages for three months. Couductors and
trainmen will not agree to the terms, aud
a strike is feared.
The House Appropriation Committee
has practically determined to deprive
United States District Attorneys, Mar
shals and Deputies of all fees and give
them salaries as full compensation.
Colonel Plate, Collector of Customs at
Corpus Christi, Texas, who has been on
trail for the past few clays charged with
releasing stock alleged to have been
smuggled from Mexico, was found guilty
Grain and Provisions.
SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1881.
Cotton Steady; middling lOc.
1'i.ocit Slemly; XXX t0 Choice, f3.7ajl.S0;
Whk.vt Firmer; No. 3, Hod, f UOCJl.lO'i;
No. 3 Ked. Sc.
Cons Steady; No. 2 mixed, ISUSWic;
No. Si white mixed, 61 Cc.
Oats W faker; No. '1. Ao.
ItVK Firm: No. 2, 6s3:'c.
ToiiAiro Firm; Iuk. common to chnleo,
f 5.7.'il'l.(iO; leaf; common red leaf, S.0Oij
10.00; medium to goo J f l2.ilii'&iT.iiO.
HAV rrairie fS.oiKi&'.i.An for priine; f 10.00
Si M..j0 for choice; mixed fsdO for common
to prime: timothy fll!,l) for prime to fancy.
llL'rmt Firm; elioleo creamery, K'i;o;
f uney, iH'tte; dairy, good to choice, U.'Kii'.'To ;
mid iiS'iajo lor select; low grades nominal.
Eons In demand at lsffois'.c.
Potatoes Steady; elioieo Northern, 10
42Sc; fair, aviVc; common, 2.'iie.
Pouk Firmer; standard mesa, tb.Wil8.10;
hard side, JIT.ST'i.
Laud Dull; pritno steam, nominal at 9'i 3
Hacon Longs, lO'sfilOo; shorts, lO'iiO
10'ie; clear rib, 10'4e.
Woot. Tub-washed eholee, W'H'ic; com
mon, 2Sij;Wi4; unwashed, medium, IS-USc; lovr
and course grades, 15'j,l'.o.
HioKS-Stoiidy; dry Hint, 17'io; damaged,
14c; bulls or stags, 10c; dry salted. K'c; ilrysalt
ed, damaged, Itle; kip and calf, Failed, bo;
damaged, il'c; hulls nnd stags, 5',e; green,
uneureU, tS'e; damaged, So.
Sukkp Pki.ts Steady; green, TOlilWc; dry do,
4tXi4iKic., as to amount and quality of wool;
green shearings, -Ont-iOu; dry do, 10'iUo.
Wheat Lower; March, 8!)c; April, 89c; May,
04c; June, ttle; July, im'Je.
Cons Lower; March, 501jc; April, 51c;
Mav.a'iWuii'ic; June, o'Jo; July, 5Se; August,
Oats Sternly; March, 30Jc; April,-DOUo;
Mnv, 'Mc; June, ai',c.
I'ouK-Kiniier; March.f 17.92!i; May, $ls.02!i ;
Laud Lower; Mnroh, f9.rc."4: May, $9.13
QU7",: Juno, !SVnri..y;i4; July, 9.r,o.
shout Uins-Mureb, to.o; Muy, t9.15!J;
Wheat Weak; No. 2 Ued, April, ROT'd;
Muy, I.O!iV, June, tl.lK; Julv, l.ln'4.
Colts Lower; Mixed Western, April, tile;
Mav, fti'ic; June, WW; July. WrO.
Oats Stronger; Western, March, 40t.)o;
April, 40c; May, 40So; June, Iiio.
Provisions I'ork Hull; mess, (17.75.
Lard Firm; steam, $9.70.
Live Stock Markets.
Hons Receipts 4.000; fairly active and
steady; light, fr.50&.80: rough packing,
$n.4iK'tl.'-0; heavy packing and shipping,
CAT-rue llecelpts, 1,000; steady! oxiMirts,
$tU0t!.7fi; goinl to choice shipping, ;.B'Ki9
6.00; common to fair f.i.mx-Aj.00; butchers
tLV.WM.S.'i: Mockers "l.-Vfcit .oo.
Siikkp Hceolpts, LWi sir,.ug; common to
choice, f3 tiiw.u.W.
Cvtti.k Ouief; fair to good, 5.3.V.0Ti;
butchers', tt.UOno..W; good shippers, fu.OOiiJ
6'iWi Pub! fair to good Western sheep,
I4 4ii!'.b.50: eholee to fancy, J,"i.sof4l,00.
jlo is Hull and lower; good to elioleo York
ers, ftMUuASO; good medium weights, ft).U6
Cattlk Stronger; nativo steers of 1,012 to
l,:t4'i lbs. av., f.ViViW.TS; mockers ami feeders,
f 4.Hk '.0O; Cows, .l.7;Vf(.4."().
Hons Firmer; good hottvy,$'t.:i0l,75; mix
ed; tl.:'ri(irj7.00; lights, ftl.i64MI.V6.
BiiEKi'-Steady; nutivei of H to 108 lbs. av.
When a man lias suffered from Rheumatism
only a little while, and is relieved from his pain,
nolsnappyanddeughtca. But suppose ne Has
Suffered for more than a
third of a century.
Alvtn Grim, ol Vale, Iowa, wmu
ft "Athlopiiohos hM helped mamneh. Ths
pain in my llnib i all gonn, bat umeUm.
ntwa Is left yet, and well than might ba,
fur I have been troubled (or Uartj-ttYe A
yoon with Rheumatism."
Mrs. A. B. Baker, of Chicago,
Mad rheumatic pains In her
back for fifteen years,
and Mr. Baker had been the victim of Kherj.
uiatism until his head was drawn down over
his left shoulder. Mr. Baker writes:
e " Half a bottle ot Ant Cofhoros made
ma aa good as new. My wifa has taken
tho other half, and bai not complained of A
9 bur back nmce. Hho aaya her back never waa 0
80 free from vain and ache aa it baa been 0
aluce alio um taken the AiaLorHOBOS." 0
There are many people who think that
because they have suflered so long, and
have tried so many medicines in vain, they
must "suffer on their threescore years. '
Hut you see what ATULoruoBOS baa done.
However Old your Coae;
However Hcvere your Painst
However Orcat jour DUappolntnenta,
If you cannot get AinLopHosoaof your drngglit,
w o wiU eend it eiprena paid, on receipt of regular
I M-l i-o one dollar i.t brittle. We prefer that you buy
it f roui your druggiHt but if be hasu't it, do not be
p- rrtuuded to try BoniuUiibg else, but order at ouco
fruiuua an directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., MEW YORK.
TflHuiiiimiumi n ff.timimiiiiiiiim
The best evidence In the world of the
purity and excellence of BlackweU'i Bull
Durham Smoking Tobacco la found In the
fact that the f aino of this tobacoo increases
from year to year. Thli could not be the
cane if it were merely " gotten up to sell."
or had any dubious or dangerous Ingre
dients lu it Among millions of users of
all nationalities, surely some one would
find out if It were Impure, Injurious or
unpalatable. Forte years this tobacco has
been acknowledged to be the bt in A
u-orl.l, and every year the Bull Durham
brand grows more popular, the demand for
It wider, and smokera
delicious natural flavor.
Ank your dealer for It
Oet tbe genuine trade
mark of the Bull.
There Id no mischief done where
Blackwell'a Bull Durham
tiuiultiiia Xubacco 1 used.
0. W. HENDERSON,
No. 191 Commercial Ave.
So!e Agent lor ihe Celebrated
STOVES & RANGES,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work,
Builders' Hardware and Carpenters' Tool, Table
and Pocket (iitlery, best In the market. Rogers
Iiroa.' Plated Knives, Forks and Spoons, Oranlta
Iron Wtiru. Berlin. Earthenware, White Mountain
Freezurs, Water Coolers, Refrigerators, Clothes
Wrlugere, Crown Flutura. 8tep Ladders, Garden
Implementa, llulilen Slur Oil Stoves best in the
world, Lumps of every description, filaln Oil,
Carpet Sweepero, Fi-ather Dusters, Brooms, Win
dow Screen Wire Cloth, Full supply ot Fishing
The ahnvu tt rock bottom prices.
Corner lJth and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
Telopliuuo Ko. IS.
Q EOKGE HARRISON LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to tbe Homeopathic treat
meat of snrifical dieeuBes. and diseases of womsa
OKrlCK On 14th street, opposite the Post
office, Ctiiro, 111.
JR. J. E. STRONG,
,129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAI'OU, ELECTRO-VAPOR asd MEDICATED
A lady in attuudnnco.
JQR. W. C. JCCELYN,
OFFICE-Klghth Street, neat Comn srelal Atwis
JR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornoi No. ISO Commercial Avsnns, bstwas
Kght'a and Ninth Street
Manufacturer and Dealer in
nth Street, between Com'l Are. ud Levee.
CHOKE BORINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMUNrriON.
Saiei UeMlred. All Kinds el Kejl Xi,