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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1?H I.
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(mid iiik'TI '.in 'ir 1 Ol p r week.
V V T V I ) -Lvdies nr jo iml' m ii tn lai.o
If .all Lwl'uce, pli ii'tnt work a' t.iuir niv.i
home; $ i t lj a dtiy ea -i' v m ele; rt.irk Bei t I)
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CIO CIII LIVERY. FEED and
I'onunoi tial Av , lor. tflli k Otli Sts.
N. li.'IIHSTLEWOOl), Tiopr.
(io')d Turao ih at R a-ioinible Kates.
tty I loi'rf'-H 1 litrdi'il .-mil woll -:trt-cl
TK.-KI'lIi NK NO. lii.
(Suctt s r to ri)ai. T. Nt wljnd an 1
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter,
rnnnorciil bet. Tenth and Ele
CAllcO, : : : IIL,
D.lve Well P..rre and l.lft runip fmiiirhrd ai-d
fcu! Lp. Anent for the Olebrtled
T.UCKKYK I-WK WIMP",
the bfft pnmp ev r lrvi-ntrd. Vi-w (I 1'ixtH'va
lurM-hed to order. Od fis urec repaired and
brur. n' d.
tiy-JoM,.i;: prompt') UP -tided to. 210 tf
Clarkson it Bowers,
No tli St , 'jiiro, 111.
tfGuod Stork and Price Reasonable, .j? I
SGBIHT A. .TU
Grand Central Store.
OA I KO.
W. M'i :T.)N, 'n r i. T. UIKO. Mnfcuil.
STKATTOX & Dl 1!D,
So. 57 Ohio Lit lair, 11.
Patrick T. 3lcAlpine,
MihIc to Crilor.
8th St., bet. OLio 1-i'vec Jt Coirmcrda! Ave.
CAIRO. - ir
Ropairiusr neatly done at short notice.
JJEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RE'rAl f .
The Largest Variety Stud
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
CS. Cairo. IP.
13G &138 Com'l Ave.
have tecclved full and comp'.cto lino
olnew Kail and Winter
I UIILUU UUUUUj
Cloaks, Dolmans, Notions, Etc.
A heavy stock of Body Bmif els, Tapor
tnei aud Ingrain
A fall itock of Oil Cloths, all sites and prices
Clcthing & Gents' Furnish'g Goads
A fnlland tomplrto itock Is now being
doled oat at great bargains.
U-oocUl ft Bottom Frioesl
THE DISASTER COMPLETE.
curriny Faster Than Thoy
Can bo Repaired.
Tlia Whole Valley of the Lower Missi3
eippi One Vast Inland Sua
New Orleans Threatened.
An Appeal for Congressional Assistance,
and a Suggestion as to How it
Should be Distributed.
Xkw Oi!i.Kt..s, March 25.--Great
( -Hurts wi n- maili' lust .summur by our
Stitte :iuth ritt-j to dost,- all crevasses In
the State and place our 1,010 miles of
Irvres ill a secure position. These State
efforts were to (some extent supplemented
by those of the Federal Kiver Comnils
Bion, and a month a'o the .levees
wi re In a better condition than at
any time since the war. llut the extra
ordinary Hood from the Ohio and other
rivers, coining as It did fully a month
earlier than any previous spring rise,
nss iili-d the new works before they had
become effectually consolidated, and this,
coupled with the fact that the weather of
lute has been extremely wet and windy,
has rexilted most disastrously. All the
iiavi: i:i.i:n swept away,
mid, according to the outlet theory, the
lower delta should have been effectually
relieved, llut the water is still everywhere
above the danger line, and uot only are
the liiiest plantations of the State and
some of the railway lines under
water, but the danger of further
encroachment is imminent; hence,
urgent mea-ures are pressed upon
Congress for a relief appropriation in or
der to save what yet remains of the delta
from overilow. The city is still intact,
but the water is over the wharves. The
principal danger is from a threatened
break Immediately above Carrollton,
which would overilow all the rear of tha
New Orleans half.
A IM'i.KN N'KW CKKVASSKS
oi cured In the vicinity of the city yester
day, some of which have been closed,
while others are still running. The cre
vasc opposite the city, which floods the
two l'aciilc liailway lines, is abandoned,
beitiL' fully a hundred yards in width and
an avenue of fifteen "feet In depth. All
tin-resources of the two railways failed
to cloc it. The weather s warm, with
threats of rain. Usually our worst floods
cuaic in April.
i in: i.isatj:i! compi.k.tk.
V-him;tu.v, I). C, March i3. Hon.
.1. Floyd Kiuir, member ol Congress from
Louisiana, received the following tele
Koi.my, Mis., March 24. Hon. J.
F.oyd King, Washington; The Kempe
levee gave way at U';15. This makes
the disaster complete and the Mis
sissippi Valley one vast Inland sea.
This will make the loss beyond cal
culation, to say nothing of the loss of
life and suffering to the people. Cong
ress must come to our relief and feed the
people at once. ur lofts, our gin-houses
and floating rafts will be the only places
of abode. I believe the best mode of dis
tributing supplies is through the Kngi
Hi er Department in charge of the river
improvements. They have every appli
ance necessary, and less waste and impo
sition would attend their efforts.
Signed U. L. Whitney."
FAILED TO FLA1.
An Experiment Which Was Spoiled by
riiiEAUKtriiiA, V., March 23. A West
Philadelphia boy tried an experiment to
day. He had made up his mind that a
human being could fly as well as a bird if
he went about it in the right way. He
thought he knew the way. He persuaded
his younger sister, who had great confi
dence in him, to become his assistant.
Having laid his plans before her and
convinced her that "living was a
wry simple matter after all, she
consented to make the first attempt. He
took her up to the second-story porch,
and having brought out a pair ot big tur
key w ings and an old umbrella and some
stout cord, he began to rig up the too
coiillding victim for the great trial. He
bound one wing to the outside of each of
her arms and fastened the outspread um
brella to her body by putting the handle
behind her head and passing a cord
around just below her shoulders.
The umbrella was to act as a
parachute, about which he had
read just enough to make his knowl
edge dangerous, and lie quieted the girl's
misgivings by saying that this arrange
ment would let her down easy. When
the little girl stood completely arrayed
for the trip, the boy told her that all 'she
had to do was to jump and flap her wings
and she would fly like any bird. Five
minutes later the family doctcr was sent
for in great haste to mend a broken leg,
and the youth, when upbraided aud pun
ished for his cruel folly, insisted that if
the little goose had Happed her wings as
he told her to, she would have been all
Love Behind the Bars.
Athens, 0., March 23. Some weeks
since one S. C. Dailey eloped with Mrs.
Lucrctia, wife of Win. Jeff era, a well
known farmer of Lodi Towbship, this
county. Just prior to their departure
Dailey essayed to obtain money from the
Dank of Athens on a check to which the
name of Mrs. liuby Hurley, of Lodi, had
been forged. In this he was unsuccess
ful. Lately tho presence of the eloping
parties at I ronton, this State, was as
certained, at which point Sheriff Doden,
of this county, effected their arrest by
telegraph, from which place he has
brought and lodged them in jail here.
A Leading Society Lady Goes on the
Raltimokk, Mo., March 23. A sensa
sation was occasioned in social circles to
day over the announcement that Mrs.
Chas. Deulson, a lady prominent In the
highest social circles and highly connect
ed, hud signed a contract with the Madi
son Square Theater Company of New
York and was to go on the stage as a star
next season. When called npou be a cor
respondent Mrs. Deulson acknowledged
the truth of the announcement, and said
the step was one she had In view for some
tltac. She has been the leading lady at
tho Wednesday Club here for the past
three seasons, and has taken prominent
parts in "Two Nights lu Home," "Our
I Soys," "Orange lllosHonis" and "A
Scrap of l'apcr." Her acting Is much
like Modjeska's. She took part lit
amateur performances In New York last
summer, and It was there she won the re
nown leading to her engagement. She is
about thirty-eight years old. Her hus
band Is not engaged in any business.
Sh" has an income from property left
her by her parents. The affair is tho
chief topic of conversation in tho clubs
and social circles to-night.
It Alf.KOAD TALK JIV TELEGRP1I.
The gross earnings of the Louisville &
Na hville for the second week in March,
lsst, were $272,740; 183, $201,700 In
crease in lsbl, $11,040.
The cyclone express run over the Van
dalia Line Is now one of the most popular
trains run on the road. It earned last
year$1.2S per mile run, which is largo
earnings for a train c-f that class.
The statement of the equipment of the
Michigan Central Itoad shows that there
are at present In use 120 passenger cars,
forty-live baggage, mail and express cars,
live dining cars and sufficient freight cars
to swell the total to 12,084 cars.
Uailroad ollicials at Chicago arc au
thority for the statement that one million
bushels of wheat were contracted for
there for shipment in forty-eight hours,
and four hundred thousand bushels for
export. This Is attributed to the reduc
tion ordered in the freight rates.
The Vandalia now has 103 first-class
locomotives on its system. Thirty
eight new engines have been added to
the equipment in the last eighteen
months. With the exception of live
switch engines, all are heavy first-class
passenger and freight locomotives.
Under the present rates it costs thirty
one cents to get a barrel of flour from
Cincinnati to Baltimore; thirty-three
cents to Philadelphia, and thirty-seven
cents to New York, which is less than
a drayman will haul a barrel of flour
for a half dozen squares, yet there are
people who complain of the exorbitant
rates charged by the railroads.
P. Kogers, car-tracer of the Pennsyl
vania Company's lines, has for two-weeks
past been looking up cars in the flooded
districts of Ohio and West Virginia. Car
2,2i;2 he found lodged in a tree near the
Camden coal mines; car 4,42 he found in
afield lu the Ohio Valley, one hundred
yard from the track, and he reports nu
merous cases of a like character.
The mail trains on the Jeffersonvllle,
Madisou and Indianapolis lload now
make the run from Indianapolis to Louis
ville in three hours and fifty minutes. As
the train is eight minutes getting out of
the city limits, makes thirty stops, and is
then eight minutes crossing the Louis
ville bridge, there are but few trains in
the country that reach so high a rate of
O.V THE THRESHOLD OF PUUGA
TOKV. A Man Who Disinherited his Sons to
Leave his Property to the Church.
Scuanton, Pa., March 23. About three
weeks ago James Monaghan, of Dunmore,
died, and the novel disposition which he
made of his property, amounting in all to
about $7,000, promises an interesting
lawsuit. After making provision for his
proper interment, he left to the St. Pat
rick's Orphan Asylum, Hyde Park, thirty
shares of stock in the Scranton Savings
Lank; to the Kev. J. J. Coghlan, a Catho
lic missionary, twenty shares of paid-up
stock in the Merchants' and Mechanics'
bank; to the pastor of the Dunmore Cath
olic Church, all his real estate, mortgages,
and judgments, to be held in trust for the
Church, and to his three sons, James,
Thomas, and Michael Monaghan only $3
The sons are indignant at the disposi
tion of their father's property, aud have
filed a caveat protesting against the pro
bate of the will. They allege that the
paper produced is not their father's last
will and testament; that it was never
signed by him; that he was of unsound
mind when it was made; and that undue
Influences were brought to bear upon him
to the detriment of his family. They
hope to be able to break the will on the
ground that no bequest for a charitable1
or religious institution is valid unless
made thirty days before the death of the
testator. Judge Handley and T. W.
McAndrew were named as executors, butj
Judge Handley has renounced his right to
administer upon the estate. The case is
pending before Registrar Tracy.
Mrs. Langtry's Engagement.
St. Lous, Mo., March 25. The sale
of seats for the Langtry engagement
which opens next Monday at thd
Olympic, commenced this morning, ami!
up to two o'clock the receipts amounted'
to $1,100. The reserved seats arc held ata
His Valise Sent Him to Jail.
Clinton, Mo., March 25. Georgd
Dcasley, aged eighteen, is lu trouble oil
account of a valise. When arrested on
suspicion of having had a hand lu the robJ
bery of Doyle & McFarland's store ill
Brownlngton of several hundred dollars"
worth of clothing aud dry goods, his!
valise was full of the goods. He is in'
A Tragedy in Low Life.
Carmi, III., March 25. A tragedy iii
low life occurred at Hawthorn Township,
where Howard Gentry, a colored laborer,
shot his faithless wife and then killed
himself. Gentry's wife had eloped and
then returned, but her return was only
for the purpose of spiriting away the
children. Gentry, learning this, killed
Tayloiivillk, 111., March 25. Tho
Christaln County Republican Convention
met yesterday afternoon and appointed
seven delegates to the State and Congres
sional Convention. The delegates were
Instructed for Logan for President and
Oglesby for Governor.
Dumb Before His Judge.
Portland, Ore., March 25. Yesterday
Judge Smith sentenced J. W. Murray,
the assassin of his brothcr-lu-law, Alfred
Yenkc, to be hanged May 9. Murray re
ceived his sentenco with some show of
concern, but had nothing to say when
asked by the Court why tho death sen
tenco should not be pronounced.
A Gall for Militia.
Springfield, III., March 25. Gov.
Hamilton was called on at "midnight by
the Sheriff of Menard County for authority
to use the local militia to prevent tho
lynching of Houlden, who murdered his
wife Saturday evening and then attempted
to commit suicide, and is now la jail af
LOST OFF HATTERAS,
Arrival of tho Solo Survivor of
tho Crow of tho Brig
A. J. Jowett.
Heartless Desertion of tha Captain and
Cook on the Sinking Vessel
by the Grew.
All of the Latter, Save the Second Mate,
Perish from Exposure in
an Open Boat.
New York, March 25. The steamer
Acapulco arrived this morning from As
pinwall bringing James Pratt, second
mate of the brig A. J. Jewitt, which
sailed from Belfast, Me., on February 20,
for Matan.as. When off Hatteras the
Jewitt encountered a terrlllc gale. She
sprang a leak and filled rapidly. Second
Mate Pratt and five of the crew launched
the boat, which was in a leaking condi
tion, and rowed away from the brig leav
ing the Captain aud the cook on board.
They were both drowned as the brig sank
a few moments afterward. Those In the
boat drifted about for more than fifty
hours, in which time the live men died,
leaving the second mate, tlwonly survivor
of the ill-fated vessel. He was picked up
by the steamer Kdward Cushing, which
took him to Aspinwall, whence he was
brought to New York by the Acapulco.
London, March 25. The situation of
the crew of the wrecked British steamer
Nlsero Is considered precarious. The
Cabinet are considering steps to effect,
Panama, March 25. Yellow fever Is
frightening many European canal em
ployes from the Isthmus. One hundred
and fifty returned to France by the two
Ascertained to be $600, Settled by Hip
St. Lous, Mo., March 23. A few ad
ditional facts in regard to the Bell short
age were ascertained this morning. Bell
was the cashier at Baldwin's Turf Ex
change, whose arrest was solicited by
one partner while the other partner de
murred. His defalcation hail been re
ported at a little more than $300, but it
turns out to have been over $000. It ap
pears that one patron of the
room had been induced by Bell to
withhold winning tickets calling for
more than $100 aud that other customers
who were owed smaller amounts had
consented to do likewise. When they
found that Hell was "in the hole" and
that there would probably be no settle
ment they kicked. The proprietors were
not aware of these facts when the com
plaint was preferred. A brotherof Bell's,
who holds an official position in one of
the courts at St. Paul, Minn., being ap
pealed to, came here aud secured the set
tlement with the firm that saved the cash
ier from arrest.
FOUND WITH THE GOODS
Three Young Scapegraces Bob a Peddler
and are Captured.
MiLLERsnruo, Pa., March 23. Last
night as Henry Hornhold, a 'peddler, was
driving from Schuylkill County he was
stopped by three armed and masked high
waymen and commanded to disgorge.
The party rilled his pocket of 8'J00 and a
gold watch. This morning Henry Em
holtz, sixteen years old was arrested while
trying to sell the stolen gold watch in a
jewelry store at Liverpool. At the Jus
tice's ollice he said he had received the
watch from a tramp. Upon being searched
$275 was fouud upon him, and
he confessed that he and two
others had agreed to rob the peddler, but
stoutly refused to give the names of his
partners. Suspicion was directed against
two of his companions, named respective
ly Luther Martiu anil Henry Klinge, aged
lifteen and fourteen years. Upon them
were found $125, four gold-mounted re
volvers, a number of actresses' photo
graphs, and several dime novels. They
stated that Emholtz had instigated the
crime, and that he Intended takiug them
to Idaho if his plans were successful.
Emholtz Is believed to be the party who
has committed several mysterious robber
ies in that region.
Philadelphia, Pa., March 25. A pipe
line to convey molasses has been put
into operation in this city, the liquid'
sweetness being pumped from the wharf
on the Delaware River to the McCahn
sugar-house, a third of a mile distant.
Another pipe line, over a mile in length,
is being laid to connect another sugar
house with tide water, aud thus save
United They Stand-Idle.
Yoi'ngstown, O, March 23. Mana
ger Williams, of Brown, Bounell & Co.,
discharged a puddlcr in No. 4 mill a day
or two ago, alleging that he made pool
iron. Other employes asked to have the
man reinstated, which was refused, and
they nlNstruck, throwing the mill idle.
Vice-President Kline, of the Amalgamated
Association has been sent for to adjust
the dllllculty. Two hundred men are Idle
by the strike.
Four Horses Burned.
Pekin, III., March 25. The stable ot
Snyder & Johnson was set on fire by light
ning last night. Four horses, the har
ness and wagons were burned with the
'A Suspicious Find
Little Rock, Ark., March 25. Cago
Thomas and Robert Thomas, two ne
groes living at Beebo have, through the
efforts of T. S. Neylor, agent of the Iron
Mouutaln Railroad, been arrested and
placed in the Penitentiary for safe keep
ing." Their arrest was made on suspicion
of being implicated in the recent robbery
of the Flxpress office there, aud in their
house were found not ouly Express pack
ages, but a considerable amount of stolen
freight. , .
Tho Democrats are solidly opposed to
the admission of Dakota as a State.
John McCormlck was whipped by Hugh
McCoiiuell in a pri.o light near Richmond,
Foreign Jews are forbidden to stay In
St. Petersburg without special permis
sion. The stone-cutters of Dallas, Tex., have
struck for an advance hi wages from $3.50
to $4 per day.
A bill has been introduced in the House
to appoint three commissioners to revise
the patent laws.
The President of Fiance gave the Ger
man Emperor two splendid vases on tho
The Grand Vizier's complaint against
Minister Wallace has not reached the
The receiver of the American Ship
Building Company says Its entire indebt
edness w ill be paid.
Yellow fever lias broken out among tho
crew of the United States steamer Iro
quois, on her way to Alaska.
James Hamilton, one of the largest
short-horn stock-dealers In the world,
(lied at Mount Sterling, Ky., Monday.
The whalers of St. Johns, Newfound
land, want to go on the Greedy relief ex
pedition if there is a reward offered.
The Parliament of Newfoundland has
passed a law exacting a duty of 100 per
cent, on goods Imported from Canada.
Rules have been adopted by tho New
York Produce Exchange to secure tho
more efficient inspection of mess-pork.
In a wrestling match for the champion
ship, Monday night, McLaughlin of De
troit was defeated by Ross of Cleveland.
Lord Carlingford says that tho British
Government will try ' to carry through
the cattle disease bill without amend
ments. A case of small-pox was discovered in
a negro family at Coulterville, III., last
Saturday. They were quarantined Imme
diately. The annual report of the Peoria, Deca
tur & i;vansville Road for 1883, shows
gross earnings, $721,000; net earnings,
John Bright, in support of the fran
chise bill, advocated perfect and full rep
resentation of Ireland in the House of
It is believed that Charlie McComas is
dead, as a dispatich from General Crook
announces that the Apaches have failed to
find the boy.
At Staunton, 111., three children lu one
family are suilering from scarlet fever.
Precautions are being taken to prevent
the spread of the disease.
Handbills calling for the public indig
nation meeting over the Carpenter verdict
have been circulated at Vauclalia, 111.
There Is much ill feeling towards Carpen
ter, who Is in Petersburg still.
A young married man named Geo. Til
ton, recently burglarized W. F. Liu
thorse's jewelry store at Ramsey, 111.,
taking $200 worth of jewelry. He was ar
rested and the jewelry fouud in his
Cleveland, O., March 25. George A.
Baker, a well-known and prominent
young business man of Cleveland, agent
for the Union Distilling Company of Cin
cinnati, and operating as a whisky broker,
has left for parts unknown, after appro
priating $3,000 belonging to tho Union
Distilling Company and borrowing as
much more from friends in this city,
A convivial disposition and moving in a
society that required a stylo beyond his
income are the causes of his downfall.
drain and Provisions.
TUESDAY, MAttCII 25, 18S4.
Corros Steady; middling 10o.
Kuu-u Sternly; XXX to Choice, 13.704.80;
WiiKAT-Stewly: No. 2, Red, 1.09',1.10;
No. J Hed, Mi'mse.
L'ohn Weak; No. 2 mixed, 46(S17c;
No. 2 white mixed, 50l4.T6.")lo.
Oats yulet: No. 2, ,,;.' Vo.
Kve Steiuly; No. 2, 57!,ffloS',o.
Toiiaito Firm; iiiifs. common to choloo.
$5.T.V!il0.iiU: lent'; common red leaf, $j.UUi
lU.ifci; medium to irooil 12.50417.50.
HAY-IYitirio :i..0(xilu.Oi for prirno; 110.25
(S lO.'iO for choice; mixed for common
to prime; timolliy lK6fd lor prime to fancy.
III'ttkk Firm; choice creamery, ao:tlo;
fancy, Miotic; dairy, good to choice, 3m27c;
and 2H'j:iiie for select; low grades nominal.
Kilos In domain! at l. S'oHtic.
Potatoes Steady; choice Northern, 403
42 '.e; fair, li.V&ri'iC.; common, 2.'i(iS!Uc.
L'iikk Firmer; standard muss, 17.UU18.00;
html side, $17.S7'i.
Lami Dull; prime steam, nominal at Be.
Uaco.n Long!, lO.yu.lU'c; eUurta, 10,ic;
clear rib, HH4o.
Wool, Tub-wnshcil choico, 3&3j-HHc: com
mon,2Sjj:Si)e: unwashed, medium, ZSSic; low
iiml coarse grades, LVlUo.
llioKS-Sieiidy; dry Hint, ISc; diimatred,
Lie; bulls or stags, lu! 5e; dry Baited, I2c; dry
sailed, damaged, loc; kip and calf, salted,
ii'.ie: damaged, "o: bulls and stags, 5c;
green, uneiired, 7c; damaged, 5!iC.
Biikkp Pelts Steady; green, SOcffJfl.flO; dry
dii.ni70c., ns to amount and quality of wool;
green shearings, 2ltfJ0cj dry do, lmj2Uo.
Wheat Lower; March, 80Sc; April, 8ujc;
May, lil-Ve; June, tia'-c; July, 4c.
(John Steady; March, 5Uc; April, SOc;
May, 51'jc; June, btiu; July, 573io; August,
OATS-Kirm; March, 2o; April, VW,
May, ai4c; June, :uc.
l'oiiK-Dull; March, $17.70; May, f 17.82'i;
Laud-Higher; March, $9.30; May, I0.42K;
Siioitr Hius-Mareh, 19.32; May, 19.40;
Wheat Weak; No. 2 Red, April, 11.06;
May, 11.0714; June, fl.nsH; Julv, t.0!.
CollM Lower; Mixed Western, April, (Wc;
May, tile; June, t2e; July, ua'no.
Oat Lower; Western, April, 3cj May,
!)8Se: June, ;si,o.
Pitovtsio.NSl'ork Dull; mess, f 17.503
17.75. Lard Lower; stoam, $9.00.
Live Stock markets.
Hoos-I!eeolpts, 8,500; quiet and Ho lower;
light $.V5i(i5.lH; rough packing. .Jf'li1;8-'0'
heavy packing and slilppinif. '"'I?- ' ...
Cattle - Iteeelpts. lied; dull ami loo lower;
expurts.$il.LVi'A75; gil choice, $' O
6.00; oomnem to fair. f ''.: "Jl
fe.4.75; mocker and feci ors. i-i4,,-r,-.E-.,P
BHKBi Keoeli.t. 4,W0; net vo ami 15di25o
lower; common to choice, $J.oOii.).id.
Citti K-Modorntely active; extra steers,
ill.v,itl.ii'.: fair to (rood. .li.KOrn,8.00: light to
medium, f I.SiViS.fiA: Htockers, $4.fi0if(.B.26.
Phkki1 lliglicn lair to-good Western sheep,
$4.7501 o.flii ; elioioeto faney, $5.70S8.;j5; West
ern himbs, $5 b57.0n.
Hons Dull; good to choico Yorkers,
fil.T.XC'l.O'i; good medium weights, f 7.0127.15;
pigs, f 5.2."ic.7.75.
Catti.b Hooelpts. 1.800; weak and slow:
native Steers MO to 1,450 lbs. av., $j.(6tt,5.tti;
slockera and feeders. t4.5Ou5.00; cows, $3.50
Hoos Keof lnts, 250; sloany; lots a to
lbs., av., tflXxiSrt.HO; mainly $.40Qa.eo,
Bm-.rp Receipts. L2U0; aulet: common n
Thenar. J. . nMT!K, of New York, is
one of the most widely-known and highly
esteemed of Methodist ministers.
air. nn .n:- 1 im tmrrc 1 tht It ll a dnty
I pwalo tium ahtioted l with AtSiSJKn J? NVmraL
ri, to7 Uit ruely hu dijico wxl uit 14
indu! s mwvalniui iirchm. Mr unit m rnltlr
ASIiuUd with UtMnmatisn. and tufTarwl nMwflr
Uiat, al tinjM, ha iu oWiijed to hava morplilne lu.
-td Into his arm to gut mlief. Whil In thin onn.
ditiuii ha diMwrered a remedy which efleutat tnim
iliate ratio, and a inuanaut cure. He hu nuca 1 v
liixhud It to ruaiiy oUum with tha unie rtwult. I hv
alao furulniieil II to a number ot poraona ufTertiitf
with lthnumatimn, and tho result ha txwn ImmediatA
Mlluf.andaiwmianaiituurflL Amongotlinm, Igavait
to Hov. Wm. P. Oorblt. pantor of theOeorife St. M. B.
Church, New Haven,Ooua.,whowiuiaufierluaraTuatly
with Uua trrilile Uaeae. I wUl (rive you nla own
wor'U aa written to my aon, wtnlung him to publixh
tho fact for the Lwuolit of other auffuruig with thd
baiua ilUiaiiiri "
What Mr. Cor bit Naysi
" New Haven, July J4. 11
"Mr. Rarle: Bear flir: I wiHh to gay for the ben
efit of all who are Buffering with Inflammatory Kheu
Liiatiam, that your luetUcine is Infallible. I mi Heir, 1
fur two mouth the niont excruciating torture ; lort
96 poumla of fli-sli, and waa not out of niy houxe for
a month ; I heard of your remedy, and wm almoet
iuhtantly relieved by it If there in a aiwcillc for dla.
cai of any kind, yours moat o-rtainly la for TnWayi
tuutory RhetnuatiHni In it aeverext form.
" Yours iiioct rwjieetfiiUy, Wsi. P. ConBtT,
" Pastor Ueorgu 8t. it E. Church, New Uavun, Conn.'
Such is ATm,oprtOKoa a thorough and
efficient cure for the worst cases of Rheu
matism and Neuralgia.
If you cannot get Atiilophobob of your druggist,
we will send it express paid, on receipt of regular
price one dollar per bottle. We prefer Uiat you buy
it from your druggiat, but If be haan't It, do not ho
persuaded to try aomutluug else, but order at once
from us as directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK,
iniinimimiim W. . niiHimmmud
Tell the children to cut out and save the comlo
silhouette pictures as they appear from issue to
Issue. They will be pleased with tha collection.
This space Is owned by
Of course ws mean the famous animal appearing
on the label of every genuine package of Black
well's Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco. Every
dealer kers this, the 6ui Smoking Tobacco made.
None genuine without trade-mark of the Bull.
0. AV. HENDERSON,
No. 191 Commercial Aye.
Sole Agent lor the Celebrated
STOVES & RANGES,
Manufacturer and Dealer la
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work,
Builders' Hardware and Carpenters' Toils, Table
and Pocket Cutlery, best lu the market. Rogers
Bros.' Plated Knives, Forks aud Spoons, Granite
Iron Ware, llerlin Earthenware, White Mountain
Freezers, Waler Coolers, Refrigerators, Clothes
Wringers, Crown Flntor-, Step Ladders, Garden
Implements, Guides Mlar Oil Stoves beat in the
world, Lamps of every description. !aln Oil,
Carpet Sweepers, Feather Dusters, Brooms, Win
dow Screen Wire Cloth, Full supply ot Fishing
The above st rock bottom prices.
Corner 12th and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. 12.
Q.E01IGE IIARRI30N LEACH", M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of anrKlcal diseases, and diseases of women
OFFICE On 14th street, opposite the Post
ollice, Cairo, 111.
JR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, ELSCTKO-VAPOR Asa MEDICATED
A lady in attendance.
QR. TV. C. JCCELYN,
omcH Eighth Street, near Conn err.tal Avenue
jfR. E W. WHITLOCK,
Omoi No. 136 Commercial Avoaoe, bstwesq
KCt'j aud Ninth Htreeu
Manufacturer and Dealer In
tth Street, between Com'l Ave. ud Levoo.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS Or AXUNITION.
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