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The DaiU- Ihiileiiii.
KKIDA7, APRIL 4. 184.
CAIRO CITT LIVERY. FEED and
Commercial Av , let. 8tli & 9th Sto.
X. K. THISTLE WOOD, Propr.
Hood Turnout at Reasonable Rates.
I'tTl UtrwH bo:irloil uiul well cured
TF.Lhl'HONK NO. Ul.
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Sui'ci'Sstr to Chas. T. NewUnd auJ
II. T. GirouM.)
Plumber, Steam and Gas Filler,
Cniiimerrial Ave, net. feiith and Ele
venth Ms ,
CAIKO. : : : ILL.
liiive Wi'll V irrc nd Lift I'unips furnished end
Iju: up. Ai;i;it for the Celebrated
'IIUCKEYE FOKCE PUMP",
the best pump ev r Invpti't-'l. New lias Fixtures
luri,ikcd to order. O d rix'urcs repaired and
broii x -rt .
trJ jIjI)I:ib prompt')' attended to. 31 t(
Clarkson & Itowers,
No. : "th St , 'airo, 111.
( fc"-Jood h ock aid Prices Reasonable J&
ikt H. SMITH.
roBr.KT . M ITU.
Grand Central Store.
DKALF. Its IV
130 & 13-3 Com'l Ave.
have .".iv.' 1 a fci'l d rvoi'.cte line
el new FJ1 and H int, r
Cloaks 1 dlmaiis, No'ions. Ktc.
A he ivy stork nf Body Iirti.-e:s, Tuper
tncs aiid Ingram
A full stock of Oil Clottis, ad sizes and price.
Cipttiing& Gents' Furnish'g Gooris
A f i:l anil complete stork Is low being
clo-cd oat at tjri'at bargains.
Ciootls r.t Hot )om I'ricvsl
W. bTR.VTTOX. Cairo. T. MRU. Missi nrl.
STRATTOX t BIRD,
o. 57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, I".
(ST Agents American Powder Co
Patrick T. McAlpine,
MikIo to tnUr.
8th St., bet. Ohio Levee & Commercial Ave.
CAIRO. - - ILIj
Repairing neatly done at short notice.
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NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety 8toclf
IN TIIK CITV.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
DEAD AMONG STRANGERS.
Tho Untold Story of a Woman's
Woe; that Lod to Solf
Dostructlon. Mrs. A. M. Radcliffa round Dead in
Her Bod at the Lacluda
Unusual Care Taken by the Unhappy
Woman to Conceal Her IJentity
At the Morgue.
S r. Lous, Mm., April i. A well-dressed
lady of about forty-live, (jiving her name
at Mrs. liailcliffe, arrived at the Laclede
Hotel early on Tuesday mornim; and was
assigned to room "n.,, fourth lloor. She
said that she expected her Imi'iragc to lol
low, and requested that it he sent up to
her Immediately upon lis arrival. She
took hreakfast and dinner on Tuesday,
hut It Is not known whether she had sup
per. A trunk arrived during the morn
inir and was sent to her room. Yesterday
morning a chambermaid tried the door
several times, hut found it locked. About
J:.'10 in the afternoon she mounted a
chair and peeped over the transom,
when she saw the lady lyini on the bed,
and felt convinced at once that the body
was lifeless. Slu: untitled Mr. (iriswold,
one of the proprietors, who in turn sent
for the coroner. The latter called about
four o'clock and made an examination of
the deceased and her surroundings. The
woman was dressed in a new out lit of un
derelotliiii:, her hair beinu' neatly done
up, us tlioic.'h he hail been preparing for
a walk. There was no marK on her
clothiiiu'. Her trunk contained a number
of line dresses and cither wearing appar
el, but all marks had been removed. A
number of books were also found and in
each of them the names on th fly-leaves
had been erased. A few arti
cles of jewelry, of small value
wi re found, and the only iimncy (IN
covered was l',13. A small white
powder was lying on the bureau In side a
buttle of rose water and jrjvcerine. The
powder may have had something to do
with her mysterious death, and the small
amount of money in her possession tend
i d to show that she h id committed -uioidi.'.
The trunk bore the initials A. M. It. A
post-mortem examination, t liv? Coroner
said, would be necessary to throw IL'ht
on the mystery. The corpse and la-L'-ige
were removed to the morgue last
The white powder referred to above
was enclosed in a small pasteboard box,
such as druggists Use for prescriptions,
but the name and address of the ilrug
L'Nt who put it up was carefully scraped
Mr. Green, the clerk at the Laclede,
w ho assigned Mrs. Kadcliffe to her room
Tuesday morning, says that she was
rather a plain looking' woman. When he
entered the ladies' entrance, where she
was sitting, she bade him "good morn
ing'' in a pleasant voice, said she wanted
a itiiet room for a few (lays, and gave in
structions regarding her baggage. There
was nothing unusual in her manners, and
he thought nothing more of her until he
heard of her deattl.
The hotel people have telegraphed to
K msas City regarding her, but no reply
had been received up to noon. It is
thought that the name she gave was an
assumed one, and it is even doubted that
she came from Kansas City. She de
stroyed everything that would be likely to
lead to her idetitiilcation, and it is not
likely that she would have given the hotel
clerk her real name or address.
The body is exposed to public view at
IIKlCriKl'I. IN I) I '.AT II.
The woman, as she lay upon the mar
ble slab this morning, was beautiful,
even in death. She lias light brown hair,
gray eyes and a plump Ilgure. She is live
fest four inches high, Weighed 1 to pounds,
and was about forty-tive years of age.
There are one or twolowerteeth missing,
while she wore an upper set of false teeth,
mounted on rubber.
M)T KNOWN IN KANSAS ( I t y.
I Kansas City, Mil, April 3. Diligent
I search both by the detectives and report
I ers had failed to find anv one in the citv
related to Mrs. liadcliff..-. The only Had
cliffe family in the city is not releated to
deceased. Efforts are still being made by
the detectives to llnd some one who knew
The Defaulting Treasurer Brought Back
Considering Coal Rates.
Hki.i.kvii.i.k, I i.i.., April :. George W.
Sieber, the defaulting treasurer and bond
jumper, was placed In jail here last
night. lie arrived from Houston, Tex.,
wheuce he had been brought by F. Sie
fert, who had been specially deputized to
make the arrest. This was doue at the
instance of his bondsmen, who were
forced to pay a judgment of 8:!0,:W7
which was rendered June L'S, lssl. The
above amount includes Interest on the
sum embezzled live years ago. He was
removed from olllce in February, 1S7D,
and at the following term of court was
Indicted. He had Med, however, before
the warrant was Issued, but was llnally
arrested and brought back. He waived
his preliminary examination and furnished
bonds, which were llxed by Squire Chal
lenor at $1,000. This his sureties, .John
Gross and Jacob Long, subsequently
paid. The suit on his olllcial bond was
carried twice to the Supreme Court, the
prosecution being conducted by the then
State's Attorney, G. W. llrockh'aus.
Sieber Is greatly altered in appearance,
and his countenance bears evidence of
the mental suffering he has endured
since he became a fugitive from justice,
His bondsmen appear undecided as to
what course to pursue. They, for un
known reasons, had him brought here as
secr"tly as though they wished to keep
him for public exhibition, at so much per
ticket for admission. Much dissatisfac
tion was expressed because ho was not
jailed Immediately after his arrival here.
He will doubtless serve a term In the
Penitentiary but his trial w ill hardly oc
cur ut this term of court.
Judging a Judge.
Nkw IIavk.v, Conn., April 8. Kdward
C. Stone,' as attorney for the Insolvent
Farmers' and Mechanics' Association,
was put on the witness stand In tho Pro
bate Court In Waterbury to-day, and
asked by Presiding Judge Hradstreet to
testify as to the whereabouts of a certain
note concerned In a suit now pend
ing nefore the courts. Mr. Stone pleaded
the privileges of the relation of lawyer
and client, and refused to answer the
question, whereupon he was committed
to jail for contempt of court. Judge
lliad-.'i'cet when not holding Probate
Court for the Thonmston District, as yes
terday, is Judge of the Waterbury Di-trict
Court, and Mr. Stone is Deputy Judge
of that court. I he unprecedented con
dition in Connecticut jurisprudence exists
of a Judge sending to jail for contempt
an Associate Judge of his own bench.
Judge Stone has appealed, and Judge
liiadstreet promises a decision on Satur
day. As is Usual there is much local feel
ing both for and against the "wisdom of
the judicial act, and a very bitter legal
warfare may be precipitated.
(tcir.T sit m.i. im.igns
But the PaBser-by Does Not Linger In
the Neighborhood of the Kuined Court
Houua. Cinitnnui, U., April Matters con
tinue quiet everywhere in the city. Por
tions of the barricades on Sycamore
street, near the jail, remain as rallying
points in case of any further attack. The
lower portion of the Court-house will
soon be protected by boards to
keep out the crowds. The mili
tia on duty, the Seventeenth
1!. giiiieiit, patrol the sidew alks all around
the Court-house and jail and keep every
body from approaching nearer than the
curbstone. Though almost every build
ing in the vicinity is marked by bullet
holes, which ordinarily would draw
crowds of sight-seers, there are compar
atively few people about. Tin y keep
Methodists in Conference.
linooKi yn, N. V., April ',. The F.ast
Conference of the M. L. Church met
Presiding Elder YV. T. Hill submitted
a report, showing religious work, which
Is very creditable. The churches are
in goud condition linanciaily.
Several other reports were presented,
aft'-r which the Conference took up and
discussed the question of extending, the
Cincinii .ti has demolished her barri
cades. Emperor William is again coutiued to
The buffalo gnat is worrying cattle In
The annual readjustment of Postmas
ters' salaries has begun.
liaron Staal has been appointed Eiisslan
Embassador at Loudon.
In spite of the weather, grain and pro
visions went down yesterday.
Senator Mahone's friends are seriously
alarmed at his present illness.
The Hotisi.. took a recess yesterday to
give General Grant a reception.
There was another drop in coffee yes
terday at New York and Havre.
A convention of Missouri short horn
breeders is in session at Sedalia.
W. G. Cook was elected Mayor of Tex
arkan i, Ark., by a majority of one vot .'.
Many publishing houses in Paternoster
Low, London, were destroyed by tire yes
terday. Republican Senators will hold another
caucus on the order of Senate business
England demands of the Porte the
treatment accorded to the most favored
Davitt is criticised by the Parneliitcs
for inviting Heury George to lecture iu
Tiie liquor dealers and saloon nan of
San Antonio, Tex., want the Sunday law
It is claimed in London that it is un
necessary to dispatch IlritUh troops to
Apache squaws captured by the Mexi
can say that Charles McCoiuas was kill
ed by his captors.
Iu a colliery explosion near Cardiff,
Wales, two men were killed and seven
teen others entombed.
Ii ill Jones, the man who tried to kill
Guiteau in the prison van at Washington,
is to be tried April i'S.
The American Association base ball um
pires met yesterday at Columbus and
made some changes in the rules.
Prof. Cyrus Northrup, of Vale, has ac
cepted tiie Presidency of the State I'ni
versity of Minnesota at Minneapolis.
Miss Clara Parton, of the Hed Cross
Association, will leave St. Louis for the
lower river to-night on the Mattie lielle.
George Pliss testified, yesterday, that
he charged the Government only l"0
per day for his services, Sundays
It is thought the Keifi r-Iioyuton case
will be dropped when the investigating
committee resolution shall have been
Captain Win. II. llobinson, Democratic
candidate for Congress in the Eighth
Alabama District, committed suicide
The ( ihio Legislature is considering sev
eral measures for relief of those, who suf
fered injury or losses at the hands of the
A Pittsburgh man named O'Donnell is
going to sue the Guioti Steamship Com
pany for Slo.OiiO because they let his wife
die of sea-sickness,
The English Government will be called
upon by the Liberals to remonstrate w ith
the l'orte for closing the American Mis
sions iu Asia Minor.
The editor of a comic paper in Madrid
has been sentenced to eight years' impris
onment for publishing an offensive carica
ture of King Alfonso.
The Netherlands International Conven
tion for the protection of trade-marks has
been ratillcd by the Lower House of the
Holland States General.
The President has made a proclamation
restoring to public domain the Turtle
Mountain Indian Keservatlon with the ex
ception of two townships.
Commander Collin, of the 1'nited States
Navy left San Francisco for Washington
Wednesday to assume command of the
Alert of the Greely relief expedition.
It Is believed that Morgan Cainmack,
implicated In the cotton frauds at Dallas,
Tex., has fled to Mexico and will not re
turn to give evidence against ids pals.
Senator Maxey wlllofferan amendment
to the trade dollar bill, providing that
these coins bo received at United States
depositories and recoined Into half dol
lars containing L'Oti 1-4 grains each.
A colored school teacher, Hortensla
Mason, of Shelbyville, Ky., has sued tho
Louisville and Nashville Hoad for $10,000
ilamnir.es because tlujy refused to admit
ber to the ladies' cartm account of color,
MP It I) Kit WILL OCT.
The Locomotive Made a Soape-Ooat,
but th Hiimiltons Arrested.
Siti'M.u, Mo., April :l.Clias. ami W.
II. Hamilton were arrested here late last
night on suspicion that they are tho
murderers of the unknown man
whose mangled body was found beside
tiie railroad track near Warrens
burg on Monday morning last.
First appearances indicated that the man
had been killed by a train, but Sheriff
Itussell, of Johnson County, did not ac
cept this view, His investigations led
him to suspect the llamiltoiis, and he
came to S. dalia In search of them. They
were taken buck to Warrensbiirg at four
o'clock this morning. The llainiltons are
supposed to be brothers; one of them re
sides h. re and the other In Warrens
burg. Smokers Beware.
Nkw Yoiih, April ;. The latest report
in the dynamite fraternity is that a new
contrivance to blow off the Pritish lion's
head has been itivcutcd. It is uothing
more imr less than a cigar, to all outside
appearances innocent and natural, but
which is said to contain dynamite. It is
said that several boxes have been sent to
London, some of which will naturally
find their way back In the course of trade,
and may act as a boomerang upon the
Iri-h-Ann ricaii patriot aud other smokers.
The Tariff Bill Gaining Strength.
Washington, I). (., April 3. There is
not nearly so much talk at present among
the protection members of the House as
there was a week ago about the available
defeat of tariff legislation. They find
that the action of the caucus has amount
ed to something after all, and has done
much to char the air. They are begin
ning to recognize the fact that a very con
siderable number of the iifty-scven Dem
ocrats who iu caucus voted agiinst tho
Morrio:i resolution will vote not only to
take up t!n.' Morrison tariff bill for con
sideration, but will vote to pass the
tariff bill. Not a few of the
tify-seeu will do as Congress
men (hinly and O'Neil will do.
The Missouri delegation will be found
solid when the time for decisive action
comes. Mr. Clardy voted against the
adoption of thecaucus resolution because
he did not approve of the policy of agi
tating the tariff question in Congress at
this time; but he, like Judge Uuekner,
will vo'e for the passage of a tariff bill.
o will Mr. TNeill, and the outlook now
is that over half of those who voted
against the caucus resolution will do like
wise. The cause of revenue reform is likely
to gain strength by discussion in the
House. The Democratic reformers pro
pose to carry the contest to a conclusion
ii it takes ail summer, Mr. Randall and
the appropriation bills to the contrary
Washington, 1). C, April Pefore
the Springer Committee this morning
Colonel Iiliss read a letter from the
Attorney-General expressing his regret
that witness had presented a bill for so
large an amount of fees at one time.
Tho Attorney-General preferred to havo
the bills presented In small Installments,
us it wouldn't attract public attention.
The Educational Bill in Caucus.
Washington, 1). C, April 3. The Ke
puhlicati Senators met in caucus this
morning and agreed to submit certain
amendments to the pending Educational
bill, which, it is thought, will iusure its
passage. The bill as it is to be amended
will appropriate 877,000,000, and require
each State to distribute its quota equitably
among the counties.
KOUTY-EIGHTII CONG It ESS.
Washington, D. C. April 3. Senator
Peck presented a resolution of the Ken
tucky Legislature complimenting the life
saving crew of Louisville, and urging In
creased compensation for them.
Senator Wilson presented a resolution
from tiie Iowa Legislature iu favor of re
storing lands granted to railroads to the
public domain, in the event id the condi
tion of tho grant not being complied
Senator McPliersoti preseuted a peti
tion from the New York Hoard of Trade
against the passage of the bill relating to
Hills for tin? erection of public build
ings at Wilmington, Del., Sacramento,
Cal., Ashville, N. C, were reported fa
vorably. Among other bills introduced were tho
following: Hy Senator Frye, to authorize
the appointment of a Commissioner of
Naval Architects and Marine Engineer to
examine and report on new designs
Calling for the creation of a Silk Cul
ture P.ureau and the establishment of silk
The calendar was laid aside and con
sideration of the educational bill was re
sumed. Petitions and memorials were Introduc
ed and referred as follows:
Hy Senator Wilson A joint resolution
from the General Assembly of Iowa, ur
ging that in view of the rapid absorption
of public lands lit for settlement, Con
gress may take immediate steps to recov
er the unearned portions of lands grant
l!y Senator Hoar A petition of 8,000
citizens and soldiers of the Eastern States
connected with the National League,
praying that a pension of at least s
monthly be given each honorably dis
charged soldier and sailorof the late war.
The morning hour was dispensed with,
and the House w ent into Committee of the
Whole upon the Indian appropriation bill,
and resumed the dist "(Mission of the point
of order against Mr. Throckmorton's
amendment for abolishing the live Indian
inspectorships ami substituting army
ollicers, detailed to perform their duties.
A joint resolution passed, authorizing
the Secretary of War to loan flags and
bunting to the Mayor of Richmond, Va.,
to bo used ut a fair In that city in aid of
the homo for disabled Confederate sol
diers. Mr. George, (Orcgou) from tho Com
mittee on Indian Affairs, reported back
tho resolution which was adopted, author
izing the Secretary of the Interior to make
an examination Into the massiiero of Dr.
Marcus Wtiltmore and others In Oregon
davii r Kii.i.Kn,
Drnuv, April 3. Michael Davitt hasj
sent a communication to the VtiUfd h-c-
(', In which he complains bitterly of a
recent article published in that journal
regarding tho stand taken in the matter
of conducting the coming Irish election,
aud of other matters In which he Is at
variance with Parnell. He asserts that
the article does 1dm great Injustice and is
totally unwarranted by the facts "Tho
motives which inspired the attack on
me;" says Davitt "are obvious on the
face of the article. The result aimed at,
is too plain to admit of any doubt. It is
purely an attempt to create a feeling
against me among my countrymen." In
conclusion Davitt says: "It has always
been my aim iu dealings with Irish affairs
to preach principles, not men."
LoNHo.N, April 3. The Hank of Eng
land rate of discount has been reduced to
two and one-half per cent.
JOHN llltlGIir I
Lonix.n, April 3. John Hrlght Is 111.
lie has been confined to his room several
days with an affection of the lungs, which
it Is feared may dcvelope into something
serious. This morning a slight conges
tion is causing considerable anxiety.
Sr. Pi.TKKsiit i;i), April 3. The Gov
ernment has appointed Haron Stahl as
Minister to London.
Sergreant Jenks' Murderess.
Sr. Lous, Mo., April 3. The State
concluded its case in tiie trial of Sadio
Hayes this morning in the Criminal Court,
and the defense was immediately opened,
it is claimed that the murderess of Ser
geant Jenks was temporarily insane when
she tired tho shot, and, looking toward
the establishment of that fact, several
witnesses who have known the defendant
since childhood w i re called. They swore
that the defendant has for years been a
victim of epilepsy, and, lu their judg
ment, the ravages of that disease have
left her mentally incapable of distinguish
ing between right and wrong.
One Hundred Mrn Thrown Out of Em
ployment. Amsi t.koam, N. Y., April 3. The car
riage spring manufactory of D. W.
Sliuler, In this village, was almost - to
tally destroyed by lire la-t night. A
hundred men will be thrown out of
work for three months. Loss, $i;o,uoo;
Nkw Youk, April 3. L. W. Minford &
Co., coffee brokers, who recently suspend
ed paving, sent a notice to their creditors
this morning that they are now prepared
to pay all obligations in full, iu cash.
First Boat Up the Missouri.
I.tiONViu.K, Mo., April 3. The steamer
Montana passed Boonvllle at 11:30
o'clock this morning. She Is the Urst
boat of tiie season.
Stone Cutters on a Strike.
Co.NNELsvii.i.K, P.v., April 3. The stone
cutters at tiie Favette County quarries
struck yesterday for an increase of
twenty per cent, in their wages. They
have notilied their felloweraltsnien to ac
cept no employment iu the quarries uutil
the dispute is settled.
Oram and Provisions.
THl'HSDA Y, Al'HIL ;t, is4.
Cotton Steady; tnliMllmr, liv.
Ki.ocii Sieaily; .YXX to Choice, f3.7iHl.S0:
Whkat Lower; No. 2, Ited, f 1.0tf',i3,U;
No. U Ited, lisf.
CoKN Meiely; No. 2 mixed, 47,,it7',4o;
No. 2 white mixed. fclJi !.Vi'de.
Oats Dull: So. 2, :',.;,..
ltVB Steady; No. 2, iMjee.
XoiiAi't'o Firm; iiufs. common to choirn,
f'lo'mT.ll.lAl; lent; common reil leaf, fS.uuj
IO.iH); meTiuiii to ifoo.l f 12..'sl(17.Sil.
H y I'rame f '.i.'i'u,.uii Tor prime; fl'U'.i
(tin.) tor choice: mixed flu i.H tor common
to prune: liinuihy f IH.17 lor prime to fancy.
IIiittkii steaily; clioiee creamery, :iHi&i:o;
fancy, aii'ic: dairy, (rood to choice, 2.V4.'7c;
and 28'fcoio lor select; low grade nominal.
Kiios Active ut He.
Potatoks I Hill; choice Northern, rrl2' ;p:
Eastern, 41-1."k'; IliirUank and I'eei iess, 40
K'.c; rniKe, .C'!i,i.',c; eiMiiiiiiiii..Ktiic.
Pouk bower; Ptamlard mess, fl7.W!
17.2.; lianl BiOo, f 17.ti2's.
Luto hull; prime steam, nominal at Ko.
Dacon l.ongs, t'V'jy.:,e; shorts, l'V",luo;
clear rib, ! ',o.
Wool Tul)-washed choice, .tH'it'io; com
moii,2S(i:i.lc: unwashed, medium, 2Jaiy ',c; Uivf
mid coarse irntdes, I W.liie.
Hiuks-Steady; dry Hint, !!: ilHinaired,
hk:; hulls or stairs, lilfjfillc; dry salted, l ie;
:lry-salred, diimat'eil, lie: kip and caif, sailed,
ii'ic; damaged, T'4e; bulls mi l stags, lie;
ifreen, ummrcil, s'4c; damaged, H'-te.
Slir.Kl' I'ki.ts Meady; green, NJcueil.nO; dry
to.wf&THc., us to amount and nihility of wool;
ifreen shearings, 2Ui!;iUc: dry do, ti'."oc.
f i lie Aoo.
Whe it Lowers April, M'.o; May, Me;
June, stjije; July, s; ihe.
Cons Lower: April, 4sc; May, M'ic;
June, 64 c; July, M'e; Atnrtist.fVPgf.
Uats Lower; April, 2i 'c; May, i: Bcj June,
32' ,e; July, tll'.i'.
Pokk Lower; May, f hl.72'i; June, f W.SS;
Laud Lower; May, fs.70; June, fs.so;
Siioiit Kins-May, $.170; Juno, 8.77'i;
July, f s.s; .
Wheat Lower; No. 2 Ited, April, lis'; 5
May, fl.mi',; June, fl.u2; July, 1.02;
August, f I.U2 .
t'oitx Lower; April 5s V; May, .D'ic; Juno,
CO1, i": July, id ',0.
Uats steady; April, 3iVi9Us May 37 ic;
June, :r, ,c.
Provisions Pork Quiet; spot mess, f 17. '.'."
Fin.ili'iC. Laid Dull uiul weak; steam, f'.i.uo.
Live Stock Markets.
Itor.S Receipts, ll.nm): ipiiot 11 nil weak;
V d&.lie lower; light f.V4i ".:."; rough packing
$it,liirj).f,U; heavy piickiiigainl shipping, fil..V
C.vrri.R ltecelpts, (I..HM; weak; til I"e low
Pi: exports f.V'tl.'0: good to choice,
F"."i()i.iiii: common to fair, $.'i.ilnfl5.rn).
SniiKe Heceipts. .I.1O1; unchanged; com
mon to choice, fJ..'iK&ti.W.
Cvrrr.Rten ly: extra steers.fn. irKifi.70: fair
to good. f".:ii"ii.2.'i: mixed butchers', f L7tH
J.4i"; Mockers, 1 4.."iti'..VJ5.
KiiKHP Sieaily: lair to-good Western sheep.
rTi.iKXtffl.sn; choice to fancy, f.".MKfV; good
Western lambs, f5.iNKi:.uu.
Hons Strong: light to good Yorkers,
IO.7iVi4T.Oii: good medium weights, fT.llKiJ7.2u:
HoaS ItecelpU, 2,100; market weak tin 1
lower. Native steers of l.irjft ti I.4S4 lbs. av
erage .". I.Vfto 75; stockers and feeders, f '.50
fc.YliO; cows, faU'(4.l0.
Hogs; llcce '.i)ti6,.vm; weak nml lower; lots
Df2lsto2U lis a.ir ice fil.l5jU.4U; ma I my
PRiiKP llecrlpts, RW; market (inlet.; nathei
)f T to 87 l. average
What lias Skepticism done for the world ?
NuthltiL' but to fmprtrwrt doubts. It has even
unvested that Itlieiiiantlsm cannot be cured.
SKcpUcL-iiu la an buO xa Kiieumauam.
What lias Science done for tho world?
A good many things; fur Instance, it has
show 11 that KhciUDutlHiti can be cured.
It has shown that Neuralgtacanbe got rtd of.
Modern science hasprovedthnt Rheumatism Is
a blmxl disease, and has provided Athi.ophohos
is tin! remedy which can completely cure It.
It has proved that although the old doctors
failed toovereome Neuralgia, Atiilophouus can
reach It, and eradicate It from tho system.
It has proved that though these tormenting
diseases were so slow and obstinate, they can
be overcome in a little while by means ot
Don't bo skeptical. If you have any doubts as
to what. Athi.opuohos can do, write to some of
t hose whom It has cured. For instance, Rev. 8.
It. liftmen, i). ii., pastor Third congregational
church, ot New Haven, Conn., the Hev. W. P.
orbit, pastor ueorgo s u M. E. Church, of New
Haven, the Rev, J. K. Searles. pastor WulettSt.
M. K. church, New York city, Mr.lirunimell, the
well known candy manufacturer, of New York,
Kx-;ov. Bigelow, of Connecticut, and many
others, equally well known.
If you cannot get ATur.ornoRosof yonr diwgiHt,
we will send It expri'NM paid, on receipt of rwiilur
price one dollar it h'tt'e. We prefer that you buy
it from your drw.'ift, lint If lie lnwn't it, do not )u
i'i-rtu;idi'd to try HomeUiiug elm), but order at once
from ua an dirucud.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
iMitmiiimmiiM i ..iimi
Durham In historic. It wan neutral ground
iliiriux thearunelice between Sherman and
Johuaon. Holdieri of both armies Ailed
their pouches with the tobacco atored there,
and, after the surrender, marched home
ward. Hoon orders Ciuue from East, West,
North and South, for "more of that elegant
tobacco." Then, ten men ran an unknown
factory. Now it employs sou men, uses the
pink aud pick of the Golden Belt, and the
Durham Hull Is the trade-mark of this, the
U nt tobacco In the world, lilackwell's Bull
Durham Snicking Tobacco haa the Urgent
rale of anynmoking tobacco In the world.
Why 1 Simply because It is the bnt. All
dealers have it Trade-mark of the BiuL
LOOK OUT llc'Si;
niiauau I, A
f w r. , , ... -
a 4T 1
If he'd irons for a pack
atre of Illai kweil's Bull
Durham Smoking To
Uacco. as he was told, he
woman t nave oeen
cornered by the ball
0. W. HENDERSON,
No. l(Jt Commercial Ave.,
Sole Agent foi tile Celebrated
JiAXGES it SX0VES,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Tin, Copper and Stat Ira Work,
HEADQUARTERS I OR
Itilildtrs' Hard ware ami ri-nniiler' TnJi Tphl.
and I'ocket Cutlery, best In the market. Rogers
iros. I'laled Knives, Korku and spoons. Granite
Iron are. Renin Kurthenware, White Mountain
J reisers, U'aier Coolers, Refrigerator, Clothes
w ringers. Crown Kluter-. tit -p LiUdcrs, Harden
Implements, HoWlea Mar Oil Stoves-best in tho
world, Lumps (,f every tlcscri tion, Elaiu Oil,
(-urp. t Swiviicrs, K atlicr lliteters, ltrooms, Win
now bcrecu Wire Cloth, Full supply ol Fishing
lne above t rorit bo'.Mm pr'.ct"
Corner 12th ami Commercial Ave:
ommercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. M
rilOFt'SSl J.VAL CARDS.
QEOUCE HAKRISOX LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
on 111 of s.ir,'ici'.l ilisu ses, and diseases of women
1 'FUCK On Itsh stiejt, opposite the Tost
ofl'.ce, Cairo, 111.
J)U. j. 1:. STUO.NG,
12J Coiuiiiercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAI'OR, IvLKC'TliO VAI'OR anu itKDICATKD
A lady In attendance.
J)R W. C. .r.'JKi.Y.N,
D 10 N T 1ST.
JncK-Hiirtn-i suee", tiesrComi.erct!AnD
jy;. K W. V, HITLOCE.
8th 8 tree i, between Com'l Ave. aud Levee.
CAiHo 1 ir.iijrc) i.")
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
AT.t, KiyOS OP AMUXITfOX
afe Bsisirod. All Kinds ol Key V it,