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The Bail Bulletin.
TUJIHDAF, MARCH S-. 1881.
NEW AI't KK I IMMKNTH.
Ntici! In this column ihrce lines ur lers ocelli.
ou iiiHcrliuu or 1,im !' r week.
V NTft1 1 1 -Llilli; or yuuuy men tu taue
ITiii L I J If CCl pleasant work at tliulrown
home; (J to a duy easily made; work sent liy
mull; no canvassing. Adiirct F. Weld & Co.,
box 167, Dubuque, I iwa. W4-lm
CAIRO CITY UVERY. FEED and
roininorcial Av , let. 8tli & 9th St.
N. B. THISTLE WOOtyPropr.
(ioad Turnouts at Reasonable Rates.
tTIIorscB boarded and woll curod
TKLKPHONK NO. 1:3.
(Success' r to ('has. T. Xewldiid anJ
II. T. GcronM )
Plumber, Steam and Gas Filter,
Commcrei.il Ave , hot. Tenth and Ele
venth JSts ,
CAlItO, : : : ILL.
Drive Well Force ami Lift Pump, furnished and
put cp. Acnt for the Celebrated
"UUCKEYE FOKCE PUMP",
the be.t rump oyer Invented. New Gas Futures
furnished to order. O d Kixunes repaired and
bron r.- d.
I ijr Jobbing promptly attended to. 310-tl
Clarksoii & Bowers,
Js'o. .'JO Mh -St , Cairo, 111.
fifUood Stock and Prices Reasonable. 1
U. U. SMITH.
to BE lit A. 1MITU.
Grand Central Store.
CIKO. - - ILL.
W. STIUTTO.N, Cairo. T. BIRD. Missouri.
STRaTTOX & BI1M,
"o. 57 Ohio Leroe, Cairo, IU.
C"ADti Ametfcao Powder Co
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Made to Order.
8th St., bet. Ohio Levee 4 Commercial Ave.
UAIUO. - ILL
Repairing1 neatly done at short notice.
ftEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN Til 13 CITY.
(iOODSSOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor.Nineteenthetrcetl PoiVA Til
Commercial Avenue' ttll U, All.
13G & 138 Com'l Ave.
have recolveil a full and complete lino
ol new Fall and Winter
Cloaks, Dolmans, Notions, Etc.
A he avy stock of Body Brussole, Taper
tries and Ingrain
A full stock of Oil Cloths, all sices
Cloahing & Gents' Furnish'g Goods
a run ana tompicto stock is now Doing
closed ant at great bargains.
Uooda at Bottom Prioesl
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Tho Dosporatlon to Which a Mail's
Poifldy Drovo a Trusting
Lizzie Shoehaa, Cruelly Bjtnyed by Eer
Heartless Lover, Determines
Deliberately Saturates Herself with Kero
sene and Applies a Match She
Ni:v Yoi:k, March 21. "Let nie die,
Uui-j) away fiom mo," shrieked a youug
woman wLcjkc clothincr, was ablaze, as she
s'i'aii'4 to tlio pavement from the door
way of No. 31$ I'earl street, about seven
o'clock last evening. The Haines encir
cled her body and were Khootinj? uhovo
her head, her hair beinif also on (Ire. Tho
victim of the shocking Hiiiclde was Lizzie
SIkIkui a comely young woman twenty,
four years of age, who for near
ly a year has been a boarder In
tho family of !tfrs. O'Neill at the house
mentioned. She has a lover living in
Brooklyn, by whom it Is said she was be
trayed. About a month ago the girl gave
birth to a child, which died, and since she
followed her baby to the grave Miss She
ban has appeared very much depressed.
A week ao she made an attempt at sui
cide by cutting her throat, but the wound
was not serious and she had almost re
covered from its effects. During yester
day she acted strangely, moving from one
place to another and declining all inter
course with members of the household.
It Is evident she was meditating sdf
destruction,and was determined tliat there
should be no failure In the attempt. Tak
ing a can of coal oil containing about a
quart of the fluid, she retired to an unoc
cupied apartment on the lower floor and
pourt-d the oil over her head, thoroughly
saturating her hair and clothing. She then
applied a mateh to her hair and in a mo
ment was in a blaze. When discovered
she was walking round the yard shrieking
in h'-r agony, and yet making no effort to
suppress the lire, which was fast roasting
her. The blaze and screams attracted
the utteutiou of persons in the house,
and several men ran to her rescue.
The one who lirt approached her found
her standing erect with her hands clinched
tightly by her side. She ordered him
away and fled through the hallway to the
street, where an excited crowd quickly
TllKISE WAS NO FALTKKINIi
lii the woman's purpose to die, as when a
man approached her with a shawl she
dashed him aside, jiossessing, apparently
superhuman strength, and the rent pro
duced a heavy cloth and was in the act of
enveloping her w ith it when she turned and
tied along the street w ith the flames leaping
high above her head. A third man drew
off his overcoat, held it before him and
sprang upon the girl and forced her to
the sidewalk. Hie resisted desperately,
calling all the time to be allowed to (lie.
The Haines were extinguished, but not be
fore they had done their fatal work. Her
face, head and and upper portion of the
body were roated, and she also Inhaled
the flames. She had been so terribly
burned ubout the face that the blood
burst from her skin and streamed over
the neck and shoulders. Policeman Law
ler, who aided in extingui.-hing the flames,
.-ummoned an ambulance and had the
wretched victim taken to the Chambers
Street Hospital, and from thereto liellevue.
lhe usual applications were made by
phvsicians to relieve the intense sufferings
of the patient, but little hope was enter
tained lor her recovery. Mrs. 0 Neill
said that Miss Shehan's father lived in
this city, but that since his second mar
riage Lizzie had not seen him. About a
year ago she secured board with Mrs.
O'Neill and had been employed at Gibbs'
dairy in Nassau street. A few weeks
ago she lost her place and had since been
very much depressed, and recalling her
actions during the day, Mrs. O'Neil
thought she must have been insane when
idle committed the net. One of the gents
who went to the girl's rescue, said:
'The spectacle was horrible, and will
haunt me to my dying day. The nerve of
the woman was truly wonderful. Though
suffering the torments of the damned,
with her face and head being roasted,
the flames creeping down her body, and
she perfetly conscious of her condition,
kept her hands at her sides clenched
tightly in her agony, never once raising
them to her head, aud resisting my efforts
to save her."
EM) OF THE (J HEAT SCAKE.
The Much Discussed Cattle Disease Only
Nkosiio Falls, Kan., March 24. The
following veterinary surgeons have been
In consultation here, and have made a
thorough examination of the alleged foot
uud mouth disease among the cattle in
this locality; Dr. Beattie, of Chicago; Dr.
D. E. Salmon, Veterinary for the Depart
ment of Agriculture; Dr. M. Trumbower,
of Sterling, 111.; Dr. Geo. C. l'arille, ol
the Colorado Agricultural College; Dr.
E. E. llazzard, an old Scotch surgeon,
uow of Lexington, Ky. ; Dr. Harris, of Lex
ington, Ky.; Dr. Stocker, of Iowa. These
gentlemen are positive they have dis
covered the source of the trouble, and all
it Is not epizootic nptha, lacking
many of the important symptoms of that
disease. It is not lack of care; neither
Is it alkali water. It is no contagious
disease whatever, as not a new case has
ajipcared for a week in the Infected herds,
although the weather has been moist and
Dr. Salmon says as soon as he saw the
cattle he thought of ergot, and they pro
ceeded to examine the hay, This had not
been done before. They fouud it con
tained a large amount of wild rye, which
was full of ergot. The sugeous all say
they never saw one-twentieth part as
much ergot in a bunch of feed. The
theory Is that the ergot, by contracting
'the blood vessels and otherwise retard
lug circulation In the extremities, caused
the feet to freeze. This ends tho great
A Spiritualistio Fraud Exposed.
New Yoiik, March 24. Among the pa
tients of Dr. II. L. KIcliardson, of this
city, are a number of Spiritualists whom
he Is treating for brain trouble. Believ
ing that their troubles were aggravated
by their attending tho Spiritualistic
seances of a Mr, and Miss Huberts ho
was determined to see what there was lu
the scauccs, and with tho Itev. Mr.
Dufrey, a friend, he wcut Friday night.
The room was totally dark but for a
jllmmer of light from an adjoining room,
where a light burned. A cabinet was set
in tho room. The medium, W. 8. Hob
ti ts, w ent in. The assembly outside join
ed hands and the performance began. It
was the old story many forms came out
of the cabinet and were recognized by
the .Spiritualists present. A lady asked
"Is my daughter here?" Soon out camo
a figure clad In white. Dr. Richardson
sprang from his seat aud clutched the
hand which was outstretched aud dragged
the llgure towards the light. It was
turned out. The clergyman lighted a
match, but Miss Itoberts blew it out.
Finally the gas was lighted and it was
seen that the doctor was struggling with
Roberts, the medium. Mrs. Rob
erts, a stout woman, threatened
to kill the doctor If he didn't let go
of her son. He let go. The expose was
complete. Roberts explains that when
the doctor grabbed the spirit it vanished,
and4hen the doctor got angry, went Into
the cabinet and grabbed tho unconscious
medium, who was in a trance. In an In
terview Saturday night Roberts raised
his hands and said, "May God strike me
dead if there Is any deception about my
seances." The visitors to tho house have
ail thanked the doctor for exposing the
SHOOK IIISJ AVIFE.
Will of Blind Tom's Manager.
New Youk, March 24. John G.
Bethune's will, which was executed on
January 2i, 184, has been offered for
probate. The testator, who Is known
widely as Blind Tom's manager, gives
his entire estate to his father, James Neil
Bethune, and in the event of his death,
to his own sisters. He says of the wo
man who claimed to be his wife, and sues
him for a divorce, that he had purposely
refrained from bequeathing anything to a
woman calling herself Elisa or Eliza
Bethune, because be believed that she
was not his wife, but was the divorced
wife of Otto Stutzbach, and because her
conduct to him since their alleged mar
riage had satisfied him that she had no re
gard for him, but was a heartless adven
turess, who had sought to obtain his es
tate, which he had accumulated during
nearly fifty years of bachelorhood.
A Silly Marshal.
Ma.ssili.ox, 0., March 24. Marshal
Wendling returned last Friday night on
the late train from Mansfield, having in
custody Charles Foglc and Rodney Seg
uer, the two young men who were im
plicated in the criminal assault on Sarah
Stark, the fourteen-year-old girl, particu
lars of which were telegraphed at the
time. These young men skipped the
town before warrants could be served on
Saturday afternoon the Marshal took
Fogle to see his mother, leaving the key
of the cell in which Segner was confined
lying on the top of the wainscoting, op
posite his cell. With a piece of wire Seg
nerdrew the key to him, unlocked the
door and escaped. Nothing has yet been
heard of him.
A Poor Way to Bigrht a Wrong.
Columbus, 0., March 24. The .S'fife
Journal has the following special from
Last night a few ruffians, while passing
by the Catholic parsonage, used very
blasphemous and Insulting language to
ward the priest. They then proceeded to
break down a number shade trees which
the pastor had planted last fall. They
were at last driven away by the report of
a pistol-shot, and having put out a lan
tern which they carried, made good their
escape under cover of the night. The
priest gave them chase, but could not find
them. A reward of S25 Is offered for any
Information that will lead to their convic
tion. Our citizens are quite indignant
over the matter.
Fatal Ending of a Deadly Feud.
Makco, Ixd., March 24. At Pleasant
Valley, Ind., seven miles west of here,
Hut Goodman was sitting In the house,
and a man named Ves Meeks entered,
drew his revolver, and shot Goodman
in the back, the ball passing through
the body, lodging just under the skin
in front. Goodman turned, threw Meeks
down, and wrenched the revolver and
shot Meeks three times, twice in the
forehead and once in the chest, killing
him instantly. Goodman Is still living,
but' physicians says he will dieisoon.
The cause is an old grudge of several
years' standing. Goodman, it is said,
debauched Meeks' sister. Meeks was
One Night Too Late.
Salkm, III., March 24. Cracksmcu
broke into the 0. & M. depot at this
place Saturday night and blew open the
Express safe in the ofllce. The thieves
got about S50 In cash and other valua
bles. The night before there was about
1,000 in tho safe, but the thieves were
one night too late. There is no clew to
the robbers. Thirty-five dollars of the
money stolen belonged to Mr. J. B. Por
ter, station agent.
Dragged Across the Railroad Track.
South Charleston, O., March 24.
S. II. Carr met with a serious accident
here Saturday. While waiting at the
0. S. Junction for tho Pan-Handle
train, his horses took fright, running
away, tearing his carriage all to pieces,
and dragging him across the railroad,
tho wheels passing over his body aud
seriously Injuring him.
Fort Worth, Tkx.; March 24. Satur
day night the jail at Coleman was sur
rounded by a party, who aroused the
jailer, and one stated he had a prisoner
ho wanted to jail. The jailer went dowu,
thinking It was a Ranger with a fence
cutter. He was covered with pistols aud
all the prisoners In jail released.
New York, March .24. Tho old church
building In Twenty-third street, trans
formed by Salmi Morso into a theater for
tho presentation of his "Passion Play,"
was re-dcdlcatcd yesterday to tho service
of God and will be known as the Twenty
third Street Tabernacle.
Shot Her Persecutor.
Syracuse, N. Y., March 24. Satur
day evening Helen Ranslcr, a married
women and mother of thrco children,
shot and killed Adam Sutler. The wo
man claimed that Sutler had been perse
cuting her for some time, and sho did
not intend to kill him.
i wi 1 1 1 u ll I ll I I LUIIf LI I , . .
Frank Hard Concludoa that Half
a Loaf ia Better Than
The Democratic Caucus To-Morrow and
What It ia Likely to Brin;
No Division of the Party Likely to Result
from the Conference Only a
Comparison of Views.
Washington, D. C, March 24. Chair
nan Burnum, of tho Democratic National
Committee, Is very busy on the floor of
the House to-day consulting with the
leaders of both wings of the Dem
ocratic party and counseling harmony at
the meeting to-morrow night. Ho has
just had a long talk with Frank Hurd,
wno significantly remarked to a friend
afterward, that he was willing to be
reasonable and consent to a ten per cent,
tariff reduction li he couldn't get twenty
NO IUVISION OK THE PARTY.
The Washington Punt this morning
quotes Ilroadhead as of tho conviction
that uo division of the party will result
from the caucus on Morrison's bill. He
did not believe that any bill 'would be
adopted as a party platform at this time,
but that the general comparison of views
which would take place must tend
towards a better understanding in the
party. The conclusions of such a caucus,
if any definite ones were reached, would
not, he thought, have tho same binding
effect as on some other occasions ; as if
a man or a number of men were nominat
ed, for instance,
STANDARD SILVER DOLLARS.
The Issue of standard silver dollars for
the week ended March 22 was 328H,4U5;
corresponding period last year, 218,4'J3.
TOHACCO KK11ATE CLAIMS.
The Treasurer of the United States
has commenced preparing drafts for
payment of claims for rebate on the to
baceo tax, and will forward the drafts as
rapidly as settlement is made by the First
WORKING FOR SEDALLV.
A vigorous effort is being made here to
obtain a free delivery system and a new
public building for Sedalia. Mr. Russell,
manager of the Sudalia Democrat, is here
pushing the matter, and is loaded to the
muzzle with facts and figures that would
convince anybody but the members of
The Senate Committee ou Public Lands
agreed to report favorably the nomination
of Brewster Cameron as Receiver of
Public Moneys at Tucson, Arizona.
IMPROVEMENT OF THE MISSISSIPPI.
A petition was filed in the House to-day
from the citizens of St. Louis and South
ern Illinois, asking that that portion ol
the Mississippi between Alton and St.
Louis be Included in the portion of the
river to be Improved under tho Lower
Mississippi Improvement system, as con
templated by the Mississippi improve
ment measures adopted by the House.
MOKE COUNTERFEIT CERTIFICATES.
The Treasury Department is informed
that another counterfeit $20 silver certifi
cate is being circulated in Ohio and Ken
tucky. The counterfeits bear either No.
B 14S7415X or No. B 1407X, and may be
detected in that way.
The Coming Caucus.
Washington, D. C, March 24. It is
arranged that Speaker Carlisle shall pre
sent the resolution in caucus, to-morrow
night, endorsing Morrison's bill and that
he shall lead out In an argument in sup
port of it. Some members who will go
into the caucus predict that an agreement
cannot be reached at one caucus, and
that another will be required. Should a
conclusion be arrived at to-morrow even
ing it is thought the discussion of the
bill will begin In the House next week.
WANT THE OHIO PLATFORM.
In caucus to-morrow night It is said a
follower of Randall will offer a resolution
to this effect: 1. That it is inexpedient,
unwise and impracticable to attempt any
tariff revision at this session of Congress.
2. if it were wise aud practicable, the
Morrison bill does not cure the evils com
plained of. 3. That harmony of party
being paramount to the mere question of
the revision of tho tariff, which can not
under any circumstances be accomplished
at this session, the Ohio platform shall be
declared the basis upon which all shades
of opinion on that subject can be united.
NATIONAL HANK FAILURES.
A point of special interest to National
bankers was made to-day in the argument
by Solomon Lincoln, who appears "for the
directors In the Boston Pacific National
Bank investigation before the House Com
mittee on Banking aud Currency. He
said that It was the duty of the Comp
troller of the Currency alone to act upon
reports of bank examiners and not of
directors of banks, and that if the direct
ors disregarded anything or everything
pointed out In a report of a bauk examiner
the directors could not be held responsible
should the failure of the bauk follow.
Breaking Up at Last.
Rock Island, III., March 24. The
river, whfeh has been closed here since
December 20, and teams crossing until
within a week, began breaking up at 3 p.
in. Saturday. Tho field of lco opposite
the city began moving dow n and contin
ued half an hour, when It wedged against
Offermau's Island, where it hung firmly.
The water rose from seven feet eight
inches to ten feet four inches atsix o'clock.
The Ice in tho current is twenty-four
inches thick. Along tho shore where it
piled up considerably, It is fifty-two Inches
A Frightful Awakening.
Sedalia, Mo., March 24. This morning
about thrco o'clock two section hands,
William Rogers and Frank Uirtels, were
run over by a railroad train a half mllo
west of this city. Kogers had his right
arm cut off and Blrtels had his left foot
cut off. Both men were very drunk, and
probably laid down on tho track. They
are both in the. "railroad hospital, aud
Bistels is in a critical condition.
Arrival of the Thetis.
Nkw York, March 24. Tho steamer
Thetis, purchased at Dundee, Scotland,
by tho United States Government for tho
Gicely relief expedition, arrived here
The British find Suakeui an unhealthy
An attempt will ho made to-morrow
to surround Osman Dlgua.
Senator Blair still hopes for tho pas
sage of his educational bill.
Salmi Morse's Passion Play theatre has
been remodelled for a church.
China has nfiorp(i tnn mnro flnrllnir
guns from the Hartford manufacturers.
A serious train accident Is reported on
tho Texas Pacific, near Big Springs, Tex.
Senator Ingails says a coalition of tho
political forces of the Mississippi Valley
A fire at Greenville, Texas, destroyed
the Jail, City Hall, tho hotel and several
The Buddhist craze has spread from
London to Paris and a temple Is projected
In the latter city.
The bill to redeem the trade dollars and
suspend tho coinage of tho standard dol
lars will come hp to-day.
C. P. Huntington Is reported to have
boasted that ho now controls every mile
of Pacific Coast Railroad.
The Senato is disposed to trim pretty
closely on the appropriation for furnish
ing the St. Louis Custom-house.
Robert Colgan, a cattle ranchman of
Seward County, Kan., has been arrested
with stolen horses in his possession.
The anniversary of the Paris Communo
was celebrated in New York Sunday by
the Communists, Socialists and Nihilists.
The late snow storm was the heaviest
ever seen in Wyoming and Utah. Tho
snow on the railroad tracks is four feet
The Turkish Grand Vizier 1s said to
have complained to the United States
Government of Minister Wallace's con
duct. Near Petersburg, 111., Chas. Houlden, a
farmer, killed his wife with an axe and at
tempted suicide. There is talk ol lynch
More than 400,000 copies of Speaker
Carlisle's tariff speech, delivered two
years ago, have been printed aud dis
tributed. Two men have been arrested on suspi
cion of complicity in the robbery of the
exchange clerk of the Commercial Bank
at Atlanta, Ga.
Tho appropriations committee now
claims to be in shape to report bills fast
enough to keep the House busy for a
J. II. Sanders, of the United States
Treasury Cattle Commission, proposes to
answer the argument of Emery A. Stoors
against the pleuro-pueumouia bill.
The New York committee which is
stirring up reform measures so valiantly,
proposes next to bring forward a measure
for a non-partisan board of elections.
Information from Boston is to the ef
fect that to offer a reward for the dis
covery of Lieutenant Greely's party would
eunsi a great many wnaiers in the search.
The Newcastle coal mine, belonging to
the Oregon Improvement Company, near
Tacoma, W. T., has been on tire eigh
teen months and will have to be flooded.
The steamer City of Montreal, which
arrived at Queenstown ou Sunday re
ports that on the passage sho passed an
iceberg 200 feet high and forty miles
A building used as a class-room by tho
Madison Avenue Congregational Church,
New York, has been condemned as un
safe. It seems the supporting columns
are oif their base.
A complimentary banquet will bo ten
dered the members of tho Southern Illi
nois Press Associatiou at Liederkrana
Hall Friday eveulmr next, thn y.sth insr. .
by the press and citizens of BelJcvillo.
Oram and Provisions.
MONDAY, MARCH 24, 18S4.
COTTON-Stoady; middling lOc.
Ki.oiii-Steady; XXX to Chuieo, f3.70CW.80:
WHKAT-Firiner; No. 2, Rod, tl.09wai.10tf;
No. d Red, HtiVi'JS'ic.
No. U white mused, 6 1 -3.11 4 e.
mats Mulct: No. a, it"-r,.,!2;o.
Hve .Steady; No. -', 6Sffl3!ic.
Ti lit A Ivinti 1 1, ion m .v A 1 i
..i.vo- inn, VUllllllUH J UMUK'(
$r).7.'ilu.W; lout-; common red leaf, fd.UOui
lU.Oii; modium tojrood m5Kl7.50.
(fClU.rtO for choice mixed f&il for common
tr t.i mwi tiinM It I lT lit , I a. ..
II utte ii Firm; cholco creamery, $Kctto;
and ttuc lor select; low grades nominal.
43'jCi fair, a.V3:)7!,e.; common, SO&fDc..
x .ni i 'iiuivi, Buiuuuru mess, ns.uu; nara
Side, f 17.S7'i.
liAuu Dull: rnmo stontn. nnmlnnl nt aurh
iiACOX Lonirs. WK(UU:p- ahnrta 1flxrfl
10-,e; clear rib, lO'e.
V ooi. Tub-washed chnieo, XKW4a com
mon, 2S.S:iUe: unwushed, medium, ZSQ&Vq; low
ami course grades, lS&Kio.
HaKs-!teuily; dry tlinr, ISc; damaged,
loe; bulls or stairs, ll)',c; dry salted. 12e; dry
sailed, damaged, lOc; kip and calf, salted.
v , , kM.tio nun slugs, 03tw,
green, uncured, "c: damaged, 64o.
Biiekp 1'ELTS-Steady; green. 80clfl.OO: dry
uii.iuvuiniv., 5 iu unmuui nun nuuilty Ot WOOl;
green shearititfs, au4W0oi dry do, lU4t3lh).
Wheat Lower; March. STc: April, 87Ko:
May, lttVi,.i2;i.c; Juno, tMS3W.c; July,
Con Lower; March, 50e; April, 50e;
May,54Y354c;June,i5Mi3ties July, 5?Ko;
Mats Lower; March, 29c; April, 20)o;
Mav, 3Jijo; June, iUo.
I'oitK-Lower; March, tl7.72V4; May. 117.85:
June. 17.!K4: July. fl7.C74.
L.v it iv Lower; March, 'J.2i; May, I9.37V4:
SnoitT Kins-March, 19.30; May, I9.37H;
Wheat Weak; No. 8 Hod, March, f l.nfl;
April, tl.Oti; May, $L0S; Juno, fl.0U,
J u I v. VMK
Cobs Lower; Mixed Western, March, GOyo;
April, Sj'ijcs Muy, til Vic; June, tW!to; July,
Oats Stronger; Western, March, 3I5l5o;
April. 4iie; May, 40Sc; June, 4uo.
Provisions Pork Dull; mess, 117.503
17.75. Lard Lower; Btoiun, $9.00.
Live Stock Markets.
Hoos-Koeolpt, 7,000; nulot and steady;
fight f".5:i5.6i); rouirh packing. fiMaftH.SO;
heavy packing mid shlmm'tr. "r;s"467.:).
Cvrri.B Keeelpts, dull; exports,
frt.lftitl.tm; good to elioioo chipping, 5.6".Q
B.00; oommon to fair. K(t'M; butchers' fri.iifi
G4.S5; Htoekors. l..r( &.".
Siikei' lieeelius, 1,:.(W; steady; common to
Cattle Firmer; light to cholco, $5.30GJ
Hhkei Quiet; fair to good Westorn sheep,
4.HikV(j.iO; ehoiuo to limey, $5.50(6.no.
Hons Steady; good to ehoiuo York
ers. fd.7t&t).W; guud medium weights, f 7.0WJ
Cattle Very dull; native steers of 1,013 to
1,840 lbs. v., 95.35fitA.75; stocker and feedors,
l4.rtKft5.00; cows, la.755l4.5t). -i
Hons Flrmor; good heavy. t8.KXW.802
mixed, ft).8&rwl.70; lights, 10.2548. 75.
. 8uEr.r3teady; uatlvvt of M to 105 lb, at-li.WXa4.8TK.
ThoEav. JEI Sjatle,; of New York, is
one or tha mort widely-known and highly
seteamM of Methodist ministers.
irUy to Mjr thai raowdy hw bam duouverwl Mutt In
bide! a mrrIui iuocom. liy 100 wu mux
adlUitol wrUi MMamatinn, and auffured ommnlr
that, aa Uuutf, h waa obliged to have morphiua in.
Jurfud lute hla arm to gut ruli.if. Whlln In Una enn.
dttum bt dlaoovared a ruined which efTootod luim.
diata ralief, and a perraautxitcnre. Ha ha auice far
nbOiwl it to many other with Ilia aanie ruault. I hare
alao furniahed it to a nuailMr of persona aflmna'
wlth Uiieumatitio, and the rueult haa benn immediate
ruliuf, aud a wnuanut cure. Among other, I it
to IUt. Win. P. Corliit, paator of theOfiniye 8t It. K.
Church, Mow Haven.Connwhowaiiaufferina greatly
Willi Una trtitle diaeaae. I will give you hi own
wonli an written to my son, winning him to puhUah
the ( for the benefit ol oUieru muTuriila With tha
mm 11 iliH.imin i'
What Mr. Corbft Nayi
, " New Haven, July M, WRJ.
"Mr. Roarle: Dar Bir:-I wih to aay for the ben
fit of all. who are autTeringwith Inflammatory Rheu
niatlmu, that your uiwUciuo in Infallible. I auffored
lor two mouth the most eicruciaUng torture : lout
K pounila of fluah, and waa not out of my houae for
a month 1 I hnaril of your remedy, and was almoet
Uwtantly ralieveil by it If there ia a aiiecilic for ill
eauoa of any kind, youm moat certainly ia fur Luflaiu.
luatory Ilheumatiam iu iUi aevorort form.
" Youra tuoHt rwpectf iilly, Wu. V. CoBBIT.
" Paitor tteoxb-e St. it E. Church, hew Haveu, Conn."
Such is AniLOpnoBos a thorough and
efficient cure for tha worst cases of Blieu
matism and Neuralgia.
If you cannot get Athlophoboi of your druggist,
wa will aend it ezpreaa paid, on receipt of regular
prico one dollar por bottle. We prefer that you buy
It from your druggist, but If bo baan't It, do not ba
persuaded to try something elue, but order at oaoa
from ua an directed.
ATNLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
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Tell the children to eut out and save tha comlo
silhouette picture! as they appear from Issue to
issue. They will be pleased with tha collection.
This space la owned by
Of course wa mean tha famous, animal appearing
on tbe label of every genuine package of Black
well's Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco. Every
dealer keeps this, the ti Smoking Tobacco made.
Hone genuine without trade-mark ot the BulL
C. W. HENDERSON,
No. 191 Commercial Are.
Sole Agent for the Celebrated
STOVES & RANGES,
Manufacturer and Dealer fa
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
RlllMdra' rTA.Jura.A nn 1 TV,.! . TV, 1. ! -
uuiuna.w auA juuiaa inula
and Pocket C'ntlery, best In tho market. Iiogera
" " " . iulvv. ii.ii ii n , i-uiivo auu . j ji f . irrauua
Iron Ware. Herlln Earthenware, Whito Mountain
Freelers, Water CoolerB, Refrigerators, Clothe
Wringers, Crown Fluters, Step Ladders, Garden
Implements, liolden Star Oil Stoves bent in the
world, Lamps of every description. Slain Oil,
Carpet Sweepers, Feather Dusters, Brooms, Win
dow Screen Wire Cloth, Full supply ot Fishing
The above t rock bottom prices.
Corner lith and Commercial Avcnuo, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. 12.
Q.EORGE HARRISON LEACn, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat,
ment of surgical diseases, and diseases of women
OFFICE On 14ih street, opposito the Post
office, Cairo, 111.
JR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOlt, ELECTRO-VAPOR ind MEDICATED
A lady In attendance.
QR. W. C. JCCJFLYN,
iJFFK'B Ela-nth Street, near Com t errlal Av.mtia
JR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Omui No. ISt Commercial Avenue, between
tKtt'a and Ninth Street
Manufacturer and Dealer In
th Street, between Com'l Av. nd Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
. ALL KINDS OF AMUJUTION.
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