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TllUKSIUV, MARCH 27, 1881.
Noiice ill thin column three hue) or iem ..mi
one Insertion or Sl,( P' r week.
Y V'!' Li Ik -Ladies "r young inert to la .c
Tilll liiInco, pU-Riunt work at their own
home; i t i 1 h day in-iiy m nl.-; work m i, t b.
inuil ; no c iiivhmkIm ;. A'ld-c.s ) . Hiud & Co.,
box 1W. M ibii'i ic, I iws. i.'l lni
M YlTY LIVERY, FEED and
I'oiniiH'iml Av , let. 8th & 'Jth sits.
N. B.TIIISTLEWO0D, Propr.
Good Turnout at R aioiiiible Kates.
ly lforwH ii(:irtWl and well I'.'in'il
Thl.hl'ili'NK NO. Ml.
LOUIS 0. HERBERT,
(Success r to f has. T. Ntwlnul an. I
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter,
Commercial Ave, bet. Tenth and Ele
venth Ms ,
CA1KO, : : : ILL
D.ivo Wei; Forte and I. If! Pumps ftunldi -d end
pm tp. AneM for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FOJtCE PUMP"',
the heel pump ev. r lnvi riled. New Gas Fixtures
luruiIifil lo order. Od rijcures repaired and
WJubbing prom; t'y attended to. 3I t(
Clarkson & Bowers,
Ban n or
Xo. :t) th St , ':iv, 111.
tGood Stock arid Prices Reasonable. Jf. J
tOBEHT A. U. rr
Grand Central Store.
1 HO. - - ILL.
W. bTHATTON, Cairo. T. BIRD, .M.s. i:rl.
STItATTOX & BUM),
J"o. 57 Ohio Lctop, Cairo,!':.
liTXeaM A-nnlcan Pj.vuer Cj
Patrick T. McAlnine,
Miutfl to C rilcr.
8th St., bet. uliiu Levee Jt Cowmen iul Ave.
Keiiairiiijr neatly done at short not ice.
JJEW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Nineteenth street 1 CflirO. IP.
130 &13S Cora'l Ave.
have receive la full and completo lino
ol new Fall ana winter
Cloaks, Dolmans, Notions, Ftc.
A heavy Hock of Body Brussels, Tapur
tnea and luvjrala
A fall stock of Oil Cloths, all and prices
CIcLhing & Gents' Fumlsh'g Gooiis
A full and complete itock la now being
doted out at great bargama.
(Jooda) at Bottom Frioe!
THE FURY OF THE WINDS.
Tho Corn-Crackera Go Down Bo
foro tho Funnol-Shapod
The Cjolone Attendod With Loss of Life
or Limb to Many Victims
A Whole Town Destroyed, and Hun
dreds of People Homeless and
Out of Business.
Loi isvii.i.K, Kv., March :.'!. The Cou
rii t-.hntnnV London (Ky.) Kpccial says:
"A tcriillc cyclone, the merest ever
known In this section of the country,
lusel near thin place and l'ittnburg,
two miles north of London, about four
o'clock yesterday evening, currying death
ami destruction in its train, especially at
Pittsburg, where it was the severest.
The .Methodist Church was razed, to the
ground and much other property dain
ai.'i'd. At Pittsburg John Ilailumn, a
brakeinan, was blown from a freight car
and earned about llfty feet, lighting on
his head in a creek, breaking hU neck and
causing Instantaneous death. Three
freight cars, two coal-oil tanks
and a caboose were blown from
the track, slightly injuring others
und detaining the south-bound mail
train live hours. A little cabin, in which
Mr. I'roughton was living, was blown
down, instantly killing Mrs. lirouiihton
and two little children. The following
are thought to be
MORTALLY WOL XDKU:
Colonel C. W. Stringer; both legs
broken and cut in head.
Mrs. C. W. Stringer; hip mashed.
Hubert Kidimis; spinal column broken
and cut in head.
Miss Sallie (ioff, cut In head.
James Warren; two ribs broken and
wounded Ln lu ad.
sl.Iiill lLY WOCNDKO:
Mrs. Thomas Iioss.
Many others whose names cannot be
The following are the estimated dam
aaes to property : Pitttmati Coal Com
pany, store anil house, 8:5,0o0; Laurel
Coal Company, store atid house, S.'V'W;
IVacoek Coal Tip, house and store,
!?.'yioii; T. C. Stringer & Co., store and
houe 81, "i.'O; Thomas Koss, residence,
Sjom; (ji-o. Anderson, residence, l,'ooj
W. ( ioff. residence, soij; M. Hopes, stable,
;;on; peter McCaiin, residence, S;i00;
John Pittinan, hotel and steam mill,
S.'.oiin; M. K. Church, ;;m0. Over 100
nw n and their f imilies are left without
homes and employment by the dreadful
Not Guilty of Manslaughter ,
Nkw Yolk, March -5. William C. D.
Ilawson has been declared by a jury not
gurty of a charge of manslaughter and
was discharged. Hawsoii was a telegraph
operator at Ninety-sixth stieet, on the
Harlem Hailroad, on the morning of .Sep
tember L'-', when the tunnel accident
occurred. Petween eight and nine
o'clock a New Haven train entered
the tunnel on what is known as
the side-track, and about seven minutes
later the Harlem rapid transit train en
tered and, in the dark tunnel, ran Into
the rear cars of the New Haven train at
Kighty-sixth street, smashing them,
wounding a number of persons, and kill
ing Mary Auburt, a school teacher. It is
the death of this lady which has been
made the basis of the indictment
against Kawson, it being charged
against him that his culpable negligence
ln not displaying the red Hag of danger
about the New Haven train, which had
entered the tunnel, was the cause of the
fatal collision. The jury gave a verdict
of acquittal without leaving their seats.
To-morrow the trial of Oorge K. Kood,
the conductor of the New Haven
train, will goon in the same court. He is
aiso indicted for manslaughter iu the
fourth degree. The trial has awakened
considerable interest on account of the
Important precedent involved.
m.OWN Fl'OM TIIKIli MOOKIXUS.
Rapid Kise of tho Mississippi at St.
Sr. Lous, Mo., .March 2ii. The river
has been rising very rapidly during the
past four or live days and a foot and seven
inches of an increase has been recorded
on the gauge since yesterday morning.
During the wind last night the steamers
Sidney IHllon and My Choice with live
barges were torn loose from a point just
below the Work House. The whole
outfit was found this morning oppo
site Carondelet, apparently aground, aud
efforts are being made to get the boats
out of trouble. They are the property of
the St. Louis & Mississippi Valley Trans
portation Company, aud it Is thought no
injury has been done to any of the craft.
The cause assigned for the breaking away
Is the strong wind, but it Is quite proba
ble the high water and swift current was
the principle cause. Experienced river
men anticipate some very high water in
the present rise, but no one appears to
know exactly where much more
water Is to come from. It will take fully
eight feet more of a rise to do any great
harm in this immediate vicinity, but tho
low lands between this point and Cairo
are in danger if there is a little addition
to the present condition of tho stream.
At Cairo and P.elniont the water is still
steadily rNIng, and the railroads coming
into Bird's Point are cut off from their
cradles aud a portion of the tracks are
under water. At Helmont the Iron Moun
tain tracks are Hooded and no trallle has
passed over them for several days.
Cnii'Aoo, III., March 20. The pollco
have been llnding fault of late with the
manner of Justice Foote In fining the vic
tims of thieving street-walkers, and per
mining the latter to go free. Now LieU'
tenant Schaack Intends to test the matter
by bringing a case before the Grand Jury.
Last Friday night Peter Foerlch was
robbed In a Pacific avenue bagnio of S!U,
and he complained to the Harrison street
police about tho matter. By order of
Lieutenant Schaack tho Inmates of the
house were arrested and Foerlch was
compelled to appear before Justice
Footo tho next day. The woman win
Btolo tho money and her companions
were fined $2 for being Inmates of tho
house, while Foerlch was fined $85, and
was sent to the Bridewell to work It out
because he could not pay the fine. Tho
police say that Foote lias been doing this
sort of thing for months past, and It lias
finally emboldened thieving women to mica
an extent that they set policemen at de
fiance. Yesterday Lieutenant Schaack
applied for a habeas corpus for the release
of Foerlch, and will carry his case before
thcUrand Jury. It appears, however, that
thy South-side justice had already con
cluded to get Foerlch released. He want
ed to "square" himself with a couple of
German reporters, friends of the incarcer
ated man, and iu order to avoid a scoring
nroiuised to petition the Mayor for a par
don. FKOM WASHINGTON.
Kilbourne Wins Again.
Washington, l). C, March 20. A
sealed verdict in the case of llallct Kil
bourne vs. J. J. G. Thompson was opened
In the Circuit Court this morulng. It
awards Kilbourne 8:57,500. This Is the
third trial of this remarkable case. In
1870 what was known as the Heal Estate
Pool was the subject of a Congressional
investigation by the Glover Committee.
Kilbourne was Secretary of the Pool, and
being called as a witness, refused to pro
duce the books, aud was reported by the
Committee to the House for con
tempt. Still persisting ln his refusal he
was confined in the capital by Sergeant-at-Arms
Thompson under Instructions from
the House and remained technically in
custody until the expiration of the Forty
third Congress. A year after his release
lie sued Sergeant-at-Arms Thompson for
SjUU.OuO damages for arrest and imprison
ment. Eminent counsel appeared, Sena
tor Voorhees among the number. The
jurv in the first trial returned a verdict
of 100,000 for Kilbourne. The Conrt
set it aside as excessive. The second
trial resulted ln a verdict for 800,000,
which was also set aside by the Court as
excessive. The third trial, begun on the
-"th Inst., was for 100,000 damages, and
to-day resulted in a verdict for $37,500
The Caucus Discussed.
Washington, 1). C, March 20. The
result of the Democratic caucus is the
absorbing topic of discussion at the Capi
tol. Each party claims the victory but
the general sentiment appears to be that
the Handall faction carried the day. They
have It in their power to defeat any tariff
legislation this time. A Pennsylvania
member who enjoys the confidence of
Kaudall, in conversation this morulng
said "the Morrison party yielded graceful
ly. They pulled the chestnuts out of the
fire and laid them at our feet. It is said
'you may vote our bill or not.' I wouldn't
be surprised if the bill would be amended
until it will not meet even the support of
a majority of the Morrison party."
Considerable criticism is indulged in
respecting the Carlisle speech. Mr. Eaton
says it smacked of Henry Watterson'.
aud was unreasonable and L.t'-icied t
drive men to support the bill. '
Mr. Converse (of Ohio) says: "We a:.
In no better shape than we were. The ca :
cus demonstrated the single fact that n
tariff bill can be passed by this House '
Mr. Dockery (of Missouri)says: "Ti.
vote of fifty-seven against the bill conno.
be rightly construed to mean that there
will he that opposition when tho bLl
comes up in the House." lie knows of
several who voted against it iu caucus
who will support it when put upon its
Fixed Salaries for Court Officials.
Washington, 1). C, March 20. The
Springer committee has appoiuted a
sub-committee to devise a scheme of
salaries to be paid United States Mar
shals, District Attorneys, Clerks of the
Supreme Court and Deputies, in lieu of
fees. The sub-committee will report in
a few days. It is the intention to attach
the scheme to the sundry civil appropri
ation bill so it mav go through at an early
day. 83,0u0 for" Marshals, 8:1,500 for
District Attorneys and about half these
amounts for Deputies, are salaries men
tioned. l O UT V-EIG II l'l I CONG U ESS.
Washington, D. C, March 20. Sena
tor Dawes preseuted the petition of the
After routine busiuess the bill provid
ing for the allotment of lauds iu the sev
eralty to the Indians on the various
reservations came up.
Senator Dolph modified his amendment,
offered yesterday, so that the
principal accruing from the sale
of the reservations shall be depos
ited iu the United States Treasury for
twenty-five years, with interest at live per
cent., to be paid the Indians aunually.
The amendment was adopted. After
another amendment perfecting it, the bill
A bill authorizing the Secretary of the
Treasury to cause to be examined certain
vouchers riled or to be tiled by the State
of Missouri for sums claimed on account
of payments made since April, 1S2, to
her military forces, for services rendered
the United States in the suppression of
the rebellion, and to report the same to
Congress, was passed.
Mr. Miller (of Califoniia)reported favor
ably from the Committee on Foreign Eo
lations, a bill providing for the
execution of a supplementary
treaty betweeu tho United States
and China for the suppression of the
At two o'clock the consideration of the
Blair Educational bill was resumed, the
pendlngquestion being Harrison's amend
ment providing that States shall spend
out of their own funds a sum equal to
the amount of mouev allotted them undo!
Mr. Ellis, (of La.,) from tho Committee
on Appropriations reported a bill objected
to yesterday authorizing the Secretary oi
War to expend 8125,000 of an unexpended
balance of an appropriation, In tho pur
chase of transportation, subsistence
and stores for the sufferers by the floods
In theMlsslsslpplriverand Its tributaries.
After an hour's debate the bill passed.
Mr. Keller Introduced a bill for the
preparation of the site for tho erection of
a pedestal for a statuo of the late
James a Garfield, to bo erected iu Wash
ington by the Army of tho Cumberland,
and appropriating 8110,000 for tho pur
The morning hour was dispensed
with and tho House- went Into coinutlttco
of the whole on tho bonded whisky bill,
with Dorsheimer In tho chair.
GOD SPEED THE ALERT,
And Mako Ilor Homo-Oomlngf a
Joyous one to Frlonda
on Both Sides.
England's Gift to the United States, the
War Sloop Alert, Put in
Minister Sargent to be Sent to St. Peters-t
burg to Worry the Bear and
Give the Hog a Rest.
GOD SI'KKI TIIK ALEUT.
London, March 20. The putting of the
war sloop Alert, recently presented by
England to America, to participate In the
Greely search expedition, in commission
yesterday, was becomingly celebrated.
James Russell Lowell hoisted the Ameri
can colors at the Alert's peak. Fifty
guests lunched on board, among whom
were the Karl of Northbrook, llrst
Lord of the Admiralty, and Lord Al
cester (Admiral Seymour), one of the Jun
ior Lords of the Admiralty. Conspicuous
among the company were many famous
for Arctic explorations, as Vice-Admiral
Sir Francis MeCllntock, who accompanied
the Sir John Franklin search expedition
in 148 and H50, and commanded that of
1857; Sir Allen Young, who served under
MeCllntock In the Fox and has made two
expeditions since in the Pandora, Sit
George Nares, who commanded the Alert
on her previous visit to the Arctic region
ten years ago, and Commander Parr, who
accompanied the same expedition,
and Mr. Leigh Smith, who, Iu the last
twelve years, has made twelve
voyages to the North. Lieutenant-Commander
Chadwick, naval attache of tho
American Legation, was present, also
Lieutenant-Commander Goodrich, who
will take the Alert to America. Mr.
Lowell proposed a toast to the Queen, to
which the Karl of Northbrook responded.
He said the Queen took a deep interest in
the expedition iu which the Alert was to
share, and had felt great pleasure in au
thorizing the offer of the Alert to the
American Government. A toast was then
proposed to the success of the expedition,
with which was coupled the health of
Lonkon, March 20. This is the third
and last day of the Lincoln spring meet
ing. The principal event of the meeting,
the race for the Lincolnshire handicap of
1,000 sovereigns took place to-day. It
was won by J. W. Smith's six-year-old
chestnut gelding Tonans. Lord Zetland's
aged brown horse Toastmaster canie In
second and J. C. Murphy's four-year-old
ibrown colt Boulevard third. There were
' ; '1ST KXTHrSLVSTIC RECfiWTCr H
BmtLDr, March 20. lkrrsllanet, ReCfc
ert and Ricbter,
tag who aie making
of the RelcllS-
a t i .r o' (iertnauy
gi; .: . !i pr. id-
for tlu i e of
p'c of th - ( : Tmali P
;:n i il II mi i.irg
l'i- h jd with g:e it
V, is' ;, :l'ty,
.:.i.'j".liy .::! were
Athens, March 20. The Chamber of
Deputies has declared itself as favoring
a Government monopoly for petroleum.
A DKTKCTIVE MIRDKUED.
St. Petkusiu kg, March 20. The Ni
hilists continue to show much activity,
notwithstanding the fact that extra police
precautious have been taken to subdue
them. Large numbers of arrests were
recently made. In Charkow yesterday a
detective who had been very active in fer
reting out Nihilist was murdered by a
Nihilists who succeeded in making his es
cape and has not siuce been arrested.
London, March 20. The latest advices
from Touquiu state that the Prince of the
royal family of A imam has been convicted
of promoting the massacre of Christians,
aud has been hanged.
Toronto, March 20. At a meeting of
the Ontario Branch of the Domluiou Tem
perance Alliance last evening the com
mittee to whom was referred the subject
of the Scott act agitation, reported that
they believed the time had arrived for con
certed agitation In the line of Prohibition,
and recommended that immediate action
be taken by the Alliance to secure the
passage of the Scott act In the twenty
nine counties in Ontario. The Alliance
issues a circular in accordance with this
action, urging agitation for the suppres
sion of the liquor traffic throughout the
The Miners Meet.
PiTTSiiinoii, Pa., March 20. A mass
meeting of miners of the tlrst, second
and third pools will be held to-day near
Elizabeth. It is expected to be one of the
largest meeting of miners ever held iu
the Monongaheia Valley. It will decide
what is to be done regarding tho reduc
tion offered yesterday. Tho men em
ployed in eight pits of the second pool
are out on a strike. The mines along
the whole river are Idle to-day. Several
prominent operators were seen who say
they are sorry, but cannot afford to pay
three and a half cents again this seasou.
They add that it don't make much differ
ence If the miners do come out, as the
suspension milts the operators.
Amities of Saloon Life.
rnoitiA, III., March 20. Eufus East
man, colored, was struck three times ln
the head with an Iron mallet last evening
in a row ln a colored saloon. James Wooi
ridge, a colored man, was the assailant.
Eastman's skull was fractured and he
Fate of a Baggage Smasher.
QfixcY, III., March 20. Frank Bur
llngame has been taken to tho State
Asylum for the Insane. His braiu disease
was caused by loss of sleep, being an
Try Again, Sweetheart.
Hauti'ord, Cons., March 20. In the
House to-day tho bill giving women the
right to vote on the llcenso question was
defeated without much discussion. The
bill was rejected ninety-five to eighty,
The Ontario Legislature has been pro
rogued. San Francisco had anoth r earthquako
The cattle quarantine in Kansas has
been entirely removed.
Two Americans have been Indicted in
Halifax for having explosives in their
The Sultan of Turkey is seriously 111
and it Is feared his ailments will end In
The new French Minister to China has
been instructed to ask an Indemnity of
Are ne, n uiembcrof the French Chamber,
was wounded yesterday in a duel with Ju
let, a journalist.
Twenty-llveears of the Jersey Central
Line were wrecked Tuesday. The road
was completely blockaded.
BUI Burleson, a Texas negro, charged
with attempting to ravish Mrs. Knoepper,
was lynched at Gonzales Tuesday.
The second conference in the Interest
of a home for disabled Confederate sol
diers will be held in New York on the 31st
John MeMahoii, the absconding collec
tor of taxes of Iloboken, N. J., misappro
priated 800,000 in three years.
The National Reform Association of
Philadelphia Is agitated over the Sab
bath question. It wants a "National Sab
bath." Prince Napoleon's adherents had a
meeting Tuesday night, at which his am
bition and views as an emancipator were
Six legislative districts of Pennsylva
nia held conventions Tuesday, and in
structed their delegates for Blaine for
The German people have been warned
by a police edict against the danger of
eating raw pork, no matter where the hog
The Catholic literary societies of tho
Archdiocese of Baltimore met Tuesday
and celebrated the 250th auniversary of
the landing of the Maryland pilgrims in
St. Mary's County.
Amelia Racouska of Philadelphia, who
claims to be a Countess, shot a bell-boy at
the Lafayette Hotel Monday night, be
cause he announced to her that the pro
prietress wished her to lower her gas
after midnight. She was sent to prison.
Judge Brewer, yesterday appoiuted
Judge of the Supreme Bench as the suc
cessor of Judge McCrary, is a nephew of
Judge Field of the New York Supremo
Bench. His appointment meets with the
universal approval of the people of Kan
sas. Will Have to Disgorge.
Lawuknck, Mass., March 20. In the
suit of Ellen Leady against Archbishop
Williams for the recovery of money de
posited with the Catholic Augustinian
Society, the jury to-day rendered a ver
dict for plaintiff for 81,210 with interest,
the full amount sued for. An appeal will
Lincoln, III., March 20. Tho prelim
inary hearing of William Hoglaud,
charged with complicity iu the Mount
Pulaski triple murder, set for yesterday,
was called and the prisoner was dis
charged without an examination.
Label the Stuff.
ALn.i.vY, March 20. In the Assembly a
bill was passed to-day regulating the sale
of oleomargarine and other substitutes
for butter. The main feature is the re
quiring of the conspicuous posting of
notices of character of stuff sold.
Gram and Provisions.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1881.
Cotton Pti'a ly; iniilillinir lOc.
Fi.orn sternly; XXX to Choice, f3.7OIW.80;
WiiKAT-Iiim: No. 3, Red, f 1.10; No. 3
Red, tiT' je.
(John Firm; No. 2 mixed, i'HQi'',ic;
No. 2 whito mixed, Sl'i.'i-U'o.
Oats Firm: No. S. ;c ''.ilo.
Hye Sternly; No. 2. 5NS.Vc.
Tdhaivo linn; .uys. common to eholco,
fi.j,l).W, leaf; common red leaf, t6.Wi&
lU.tHl; medium to (rood J UMViiM.
HAY I'ruirio . .VKain.OJ lor prime; fli).25
QM.'tt fnreliofeu; mixed fjtll tor eoTinu in
to prime: timothy Jlli'Mil tor prime to finiey.
IlL'TTKU Firm: choieo creamery, WMiYlib;
funey, UOytTie; dairy, (rood to choice, ZV(6.7e;
and "si;!iio lor select; low grades nominal.
F.niis In demand at liic.
I'oT.vroKS Steady; Kiistem nnd Michigan,
40'4l."ic; Minnesota, 37(ii&lOe; Iowa, 35M0c;
PoitK Firmer; standard mess, flS.00;
hard Bide, f IT.ST'i.
I. aud Dull; primo steam, nominal at !e.
Macon Longs, I0jj,lu!,e; shorts, lUic;
clear rib, 1' if.
Wooi.-TulMvnshod choice, XCWc: com
mon,2srWte: unwiished,modium,aj((i2asc; low
und coarse grades 15 it inc.
IliiiKS-Steady; dry flint, lS'.'e; damaged,
l.V.e; hulls or stags. 10lic; dry salted. Lie;
dry-suited, damaged. He; kip und culf. salted,
le, e: damaged, T'4o; bulls and stugs. Be;
green, uncured, S-4c; damaged, lle.
Siikki" 1'klts Steady; green, SOei.ifl.O0; dry
do.lK;i7ile., as to amount and quality of wool;
green shearings, .'Otitic; dry do, lu3)a.
Wheat Lower; March. KP4c; April, S3c,
May, S'.e; June, !HJc; July, Idc.
Colts Lower; March, IHc; April, 4!)'ic;
May, utV; June, 5i,e; July, 5T!c; August,
Oats Lower; March, 2S14c; April, 2Sic;
May, tfl'sc; June, (Uc
I'oitK Lower; March, f 17.52IJ; May, 117.70;
Juno, 1T.S0; July, f 17.'.
I.ahd Lower; March. f9.20; May, I9.32K;
June, J'.Uii: July. f'.L.W.
mioiit Kins-March, I9.27IJ; May, 19.35;
WiiEAT-Weuk; No. 2 Red, April, $1.02?;
May. tM: June,
Cons Lower; Mixed Western, April, 59l,o;
May. Miii,c; June, i)H4e; July. ttJo.
tlATS Lower; Western, ilTfrfWio.
I'KOVisioss Pork Dull; mess $17,303
17.75. Lurd Lower; stoam, (9.52! i.
Live Stock Markets.
Hons Receipts, n.oou: omct nnd slow and
faille lower; liirht (:.mn : rmnrh packing,
ftl.iVftiJ.iW; heavy packing und shipping, Irt.WS
c'tti.e-IteeelpIS 4.ti'; ouiet but steady;
rxnorts.$tl.LV.fH.7.'; f""1 to choice, $').ea
O.iii; comm 'n to liiir.?'ili.50; butchers' 23
4 SO; Mockers I I..VKT "...M3.
Siikkc Receipts UJ! steady; common to
Cattle Dull; extra steersf.lVT(6.W; fnlr
to good. 5..iUfrfJt.Hl: ll'rht to medium, $l.85ij
5..V); atoekers $4..Wr ".'J5.
Hiihkp Unlet; fair to-good Western sheep,
4.'i'i5.'!0; choice to ruuey, tUr.fttUO; West
ern lambs 5 0Uvi.6.M.
Hons Dull; good to choieo Yorkers,
f.:0i l.8."i; good medium weights, tD.lKW.lW;
CATTI.B-RooplnM. 1.000! slowi BH0 to 1.204
lbs. rv. at $5.06((56; Blocker and feeders,
tLWKfAUO; cows JJ.754 5'J.
Hour Receipts ,2U); w?nk"r anil lowcrj
lota 210 to 2V7 llx. av. at ti.2i3.5; mainly
dhkkk KeoeiDts. uou: auioli nauves or u
lbs. v, at (3.70.
The Rev. J.'E. 8earles, of New'York, Ifl
one of the moat widely-known and highly
esteemed of Methodist miniaters.
Mr. flrle aara : " I am lmprwet that it 1 a flntv
I owetoUxwa afflicted I with ftheun .atlam or" Sril.
gla. lo tar that a ruuedy ban bu-n uiaoovered tint la
lii'loeil a muTrlnua auccuaa. 11 y mm wu rmatly
altlluted with lUieuniaiuni, and mifforwl iMvnrsly
that, at ttiuns, ha waa obliged to hava mnrvliluo lu
Jik UmI Into hia arm to got relief. Whllii in thii ami.
ditiou h dUooTered a reiumly which effected lnimo
diata relief, and a iienuaneut cure. He ha niuret ar
ninhad it to many other with the Muneremdt. I havo
alxo funiiahed it to a number of tienions aurTming
with KheumaUim, and the ruault ban bran immediato
rulief , and a innaneut cure. Amnnirotherx, ! pare it
to Knv. Wm. P. Cor bit, pantor of thoUeorve St. M. K.
Church, New HaveD,(!onn.,who wanniilIcriiiK jreatly
with tliU terrible diaeaee. I will (five you hut own
wont aa written to my aon, winbinir him to rmhllHh
the fact for the beuuflt oi others Buffering with U10
What Sir. Corbit Hayst
. "New Haven, July 34, Wl
"Mr. Searloa : Tr Bin I wiHh to aay forthe ben
ent of all.who are auBering with Inflammatory Khun
inatiwu, that your medicine la Infallible. I auSered
r two inontha the moat excruciating torture ; lout
So pnunda of fhwh, and waa not out of my hoiiKe for
a month j I heard of your remedy, and wh alruoet
iiwtautly relieved by it If there in a nieilic for ill,
eaneaof any kind, youremoatcertaiuly la for Inflow
(uatory Hueumatiiun in its aererent form.
" oiira mnat rwjctf ully, Wm. P. ConniT,
" Pastor Oeorge St it E. Church, New Haven, Coun."
Such hi ATTiLOPnoR03 a thorough and
efficient cure for the worst cases of ltheu-
matism and Neuralgia.
If yon cannot get Amiornonoa of your dnMnrlnt,
we will aend It express paid, on receipt of rorular
iirico one dollar per bottle. We prefer that you buy
. It from your drugiflnt, but if he hmu't It, do not ba
persuaded to try something elite, but order at once
from us aa directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
Tell the children to cut out and save the comio
silhouette pictures a they appear from issue to
Issue. They will be pleased with the collection.
This space Is owned by
Of course we moan the famous animal appearing
on tbe label of every genuine package of Black
well's Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco. Every
dealer keetw this, the but Rmoking Tobacco mado.
None genuine without trade-mark of the Bull.
C. W. HENDERSON,
No. 191 Commercial Aye.
Sole Agent lor the Celebrated
STOVES & RANGES,
Manufacturer and Dealer la
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iran Work,
Builders' Hardware and fiirDontera' Tool. Tahla
and Pocket Cutlery, best in the market. Rogers
Bros.' Plated Knives, Forks and Npoous, Granite
Iron Ware. Berlin Earthenware, White Mountain
Freezers, Water Coolers, Refrigerators, Clothes
Wringers. Crown Fluters Step Ladders, Garden
Implements, Golden Star Oil Stoves best in the
world, Lanipa of every description. Klain Oil.
t-arpei wecpcrs, j rather Dusters, Urooms, win
dow Screen Wire Cloth. Full unonlv nl r'luhinir
The aboe st rock bottom price.
Corner 12th and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telcphono No. 12.
QEORGE IIARIU30X LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of sumical diseases, and diseases of women
OFFICE On I4th street, opposite the Post
office, Cairo, 111.
)tt. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, ELECTRO-VAPOR and MEDICATED
A lady In attendance.
QR. W. C. JCCBLYN,
omCB-Klfnta Street, near Comnerclal Aventu
J)R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Omoi No. 1S6 Commercial Awnne, betweta
Ughtuand Ninth Street
JI. E- INCE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
0th Street, between Com'l Are. had Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL USDS Of AMTJIflTION.
Urea Bmlnd. All Kindt ! Keys Had.