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TUESD.V7, APRIL 8, 1881.
Notice In this column three Hue or lut .iictnli
one Insertion or l.U) pr week.
i;o:( 8AI K.--he Southern H..t No. H Ohio
- Lew, I tor pain, furniture, saloon awl 0(tun-s.
Tuu building will be leaned to the u chner. The
stand bin good puvlbi bunlne-s, an I the oppor
lii' lty Ih a liiis one f .r anybody ilesirinc to en
gage In the hotel, restaurant a.d oi.n business.
Iiiouiruof Mlts LKO M.KB.
t'Aiuo, III., April 4. lhM. at House.
CAIRO CITY iEl, FEED and
Conimorcial Av , bet. 8th & 9th Sts.
N. B.TIIISTLEWOOD, Propr.
(iood TornoutH at !i"a-io!iab!e Kates.
I CHorsos 'i:trUil :ml wo'l c;trfl
TKLJr.l'HONK NO. 1H.
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Success, r to Ctiiu. T. Newl-Miil an J
H. T. tiiroiild )
Plumber, Steam and Gas fitter,
Commercial Ave, bet. Tenth uud Ele
venth Ms ,
CAIKO, : : : ILL.
Drive Wei! Force and Mft 1'nmps fum'flied and
put up. Asent for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP",
the best pump ! r lnv.-nted. New (inn Fixture
furnlrhed to order. O d fixture repaired and
liy-Jubblni: prompt y attended to. 31' tf
Patrick T. Mc-Alpine,
Mtxlo to - rcli-r.
8th St., bet. Oi.io Levee Jfc CoNiUvrcial Ave.
OAlltO. - ILL
Ecpairinj neatly done at nhort notice.
130 ct 133 Com'l Ave.
have received a full and complete line
ol new FJ1 and Winter
Cloaks, rolmans, Vions, Ktc.
A heavy stock of Body Brussels, Taper
tnea and Ingram
A full stock of Oil Cluthf , all slab's and p'Ices.
Clothing & Gents' Furnish'g Goods
A fuil and complete stock in now being
cloed oat at great bargains.
Oorxln fit Hotlom Prices!
W. bTKATTON, Cairo. T. BIRD. Missouri.
STRATTOX & BIRD,
No. 57 Ohio Lctee, Cairo, I".
niAeenta Amnion Powder Co
2 ? s 3 cjm
3 -td os -Lj oS a H
s2"gi. a H
A CONFIDENT BANDIT,
Frank Jamoa In Huntsvlllo, Ala., to
Stand Trial In tho United
On a Charge of Eobbing One of TJucls
Sam's Paymasters near Mus
The Colonel Thinks He Has a GooJ Cast
and is Confident of Acquittal
Mum's the Word.
Iliwr.svii.i.r, Ai..., April 7. T'rau!
James, who Is lu re lu jail awaiting his
trial upon churjio of robbing the Paymas
ter of the L'tiitcU States ueiir tire Mussel
Shoals Cutml, iu I.aii.It r.lale County, Ala ,
lu March, 12, suiil to-day that his liealth
Is better than it has been fur years. He
added that he had been kindiy treated by
the Sheriff and the United States Marshal,
and that ho had no complaint to make
against any cue here. The
prisoner Is really looking remark
ably well considering his recent illness
and his long Imprisonment. Speukitiu' of
his trial, in the L' nlted Slates Distric t
Court, James said that he hud secured
the services of (ieneral L. 1'upe Walker,
of this city, J. V. Newman, of l'ayette
ville, Term., and 11. 15. Sloatie, of Nash
ville, as his attorneys, (ieneral Walker,
is one of the best and most influential
lawyers in Alabama. If Messrs. New
man and Sloaue are as tilde as Walker,
James will certainly be well defended.
He expresses himself a being well
satisfied of a certain and prompt vin
dication and acquittal, provided he can
have a fair and Impartial trial.
arrived here seve ral duvs ago and has been
subptened as a witness iu the ca-e on be
half of the I'uited States. It is not known
what his evidence will be, nor is it cer
tain that a jury would be influenced in
giving a verdict "against James upon the
evidence of a mau already convicted of
the same offense.
arrived here on last Thursday and is stay
ing at the Steaall Hotel, which is but one
square lrotn the jail. She has vi-iteel her
husband twice and appears to be iu 'good
spirits, believing that h'- will certainly be
acquitted, and that he will within two
weeks leave here with her a free man.
There are several strangers iu the city
who are suppn-ed to be here as witness
es, either on behalf of James or agaiii.-l
him. Only two or three of theiu have
ever been here before, and none of tin in
are personally know u to any of our citi
zens, i ne of them either knows or pre
tends to know a meat deal about James.
This man declares that he' litis known
James for at least twenty-four years; that
he tirst became acquainted with him in
Missouri when he was a boy ami Prank
James was entering upon his manhood;
that he has known him intimately ever
since, and has seen him frequently at dif
ferent times and in different States. He
further says that in March, 1 s , ( Ik would
not give the year) the month in which
Prank James is charged iu the Indictment
w ith having
COM.MITTKD THE liOIlBKltV,
near Mussel Shoal s, and upon the day the
robbery is said to have been committed,
he was with Prank James iu Nashville,
Tenu., and consequently knows that he
was not engaged in the robbery. He
further says that he is well satislled
James knew nothing of the robbery, and
never heard of it uutil he read of it "in the
Nashville papers. This man will be a
witness for the defendant. He was very
careful In his conversation and refused to
answer que.-tiotis as to himself, but ad
mitted that he was from Missouri.
Court convened this morning, and It is
expected that, jstiee W. 15. Woods, of the
United States 'Supreme Court, Judge 1).
A. Parker, United States Circuit Judge,
and District Judge John Hrown w ill ah be
In attendance. The James trial wiil
probably be taken up early next week.
ARKANSAS Itl'l'l ItUCAN.
The State Convention to Assemble at
Little Rock To-Day.
Little Nock, Auk., April ".The city
Is rapidly tilling with delegates to the lie
publican State Convention, which meets
to-morrow. There is a vigorous light be
tween the outs and ins, and much acri
monious discussion is indulged in. Tilings
will be at w hite heat w hen the convention
assembles, and lively times are anticipated.
Kx-Senator Clayton, though a resident of
the State, is the chairman of the State
Central Committee, ami will be a target
for the other fellows who have grievances
Tally One for Hawkins.
Cincinnati, 0., April 7. Sheriff Haw
kins, having been asked by a vote of one
of the companies of the Veteran Regi
ment why he called them to duty at the
Jail on the Saturday night of the mob,
( they refusing to go), publishes to-day
a long letter, saying that it would be
more appropriate to call out the, regi
ment to explain why they refused to obey
the lawful command of their Colonel,
lie charges the conduct of tho men to the
bad advice of one of the Captains, who
reported to the police for patrol duty
instead of to the Jail, as ordered. Ho
closes by tenteriiig his unconditional
resignation as Colonel of the regiment.
Ee Coolly Asks the Company to Trans
mit Money to Fee His Lawyer.
Sr. Lous, Mo., April 7. As a well
dressed gentleman turned away from tho
jail screen a few days ago he turned to a
friend and rather warmly said: "Oh,
they are a couple of liars." Prom
the opposite sido of the screen Prentice
Tiller and Georgo II. Mcl'adden, the Pa
clflc Express thieves, turned to go to
their cells. As they started across tho
floor McPtidden rolled his tonguo in his
cheek and, winking slyly at his accom
plice, said nothing but conveyed the Idea
Intended. With a chuckle they retired.
Of late these meetings have been very
frequent, and, as far as tho Kxpress Com
pany is concerned, very unsatisfactory.
Tho company's oillcers havo been unu
sually kind to the two prisoners, furnish
ing them with towels and scented soup,
and tending to their comfort In many
ways. The object of all this kindness
was to Induce tho pair to talk freely. Tho
Express Company has concluded tho ex
amination of the books and compiled a
list of the money consignments made to
this city for several days previous to the
robbery. It has been positively ascer
tained that between f 13, 00 and $20,000
is still missing.
The object of the numerous Interviews
Iris been to Induce the prisoners to reveal
the accomplice holding t tils amount, or
the place where it is hidden. McPaddeu
has won for himself the name of being au
expert liar, uud is losing favor with the
Pxpress Company. Since his incarcera
tion he has sent the company's agents on
several wild goose chases, and calmly ad
milted the hoax when charged with it.
An understanding, however, has been ar
rived at during tho past week on Mcl'tid
tlen's suggestion. He said that he had
no intention of pleading guilty to the rob
bery, and that he proposed l do what he
could to keep himself out of the Peniten
tiary. In furtherance of the defensive
plan it was necessary for hi nt to have an
attorney, and ho has" retained Mr. J. J.
It is also reported that Mcl'adden h is
agreed to turn over SSjOOOof hidden cash
to the company on the condition that the
company wiil allow him Sl.'ii.in, which he
wants to u-e on his trial. The company,
It Is said, has accepted the off it as the
best one they cuiiid get from tho young
The Socialist Meeting in New York Not
Ni:v YoitK, April 7. The meeting of
the Social! ie Labor party, called to dis
cuss the Cincinnati riots at Cooper Insti
tute last Saturday night, was a disap
pointment to those that had looked for
incendiary speeches and a possible riot.
The afternoon papers told everybody that
the police authorities expected a riot aud
were to be prepared. They were pre
pared. At six o'clock a squad of the re
serve force began marching towards po
lice headquarters, only a few blocks dis
tant from the hall, until hundreds of po
lio men were assembled there. When
the hail was opened llj or more
blue coats dotted it and scores
of detectives in plain clothes. In an
other room of tho Cooper Institute was
another squad. Three thousand Social
ists assembled and listened to live
speeches lu English and (ierman from
leading labor agitators. Tie; tenor of all
the remarks was deprecatory of riots as
a means for procuring labor rights. The
ballot-box was to be the meaus, said all.
The speakers poked no end of fun at the
policemen. The keynote was struck
when one said that the police demonstra
tion was due to the fact that the place of
Superintendent uf Police was Ilalne soon
to Ijc vacant and each policeman in town
hoped to get it. "To get it," said one
s eaker, "any policeman would willingly
kill luo of us."
Clear-headed citizens think that the po
lice authorities got up all tie; agitation in
order to divert attention from the tierce
investigation that is now being made in
the police department. The investigation
is very damnging to the department, and
they think evidently something should be
done. None of tiie best known agitators
were present, neither Schwab nor llerr
Most nor John Swlutou came. Some
women and children were present.
The Election in Cincinnati.
Ci.m txxati, ., April 7. The elections
are singularly quiet, considering the re
cent excitement. A light vote is polled
up to noon. There is considerable scratch
ing being done on both sides and the re
sult is yet vague. The Municipal Reform
and Citizens' Labor tickets are poorly
supported. The principal interest is
taken in the membership of the Board of
Public Works, aud Clerk of the Police
Betrayed by a Woman,
Chicago, I i.e., April 7. E. W. Bruce,
arrested yesterday for embezzling two
thousand dollars from Gethaus & Rcx
satner, wholesale grocers of Philadel
phia, two years ago, was arraigned this
morning and consented to return this af
ternoou. lie hail a good position here
under the name of Rogers, but revealed
his secret to a woman, one of whose
jealous admirers betrayed him.
A Fire-Plagued City.
Minnkai-uus, Mixx., April 7. The
residence of Captain Bassett, Chief of
Police, was burned by incendiaries at
midnight, his wife and a lady friend nar
rowly escaping. This is the thirtieth big
conflagration In a month.
A Fatal Kick.
Sidxky, O., April 7. While playing
this morning, the eight-year-old daughter
of John Wise, of this place kicked her ten
year old brother, Guy, causing his death
VixcicxxKs, Ixi., April 7. The farm
houses of Hall Brothers with several ani
mals, were burned this morning. Loss
not stated. Fireman Wisehart was bad
Shot and Killed By His Nephew.
Daxvii.i.v:, Ky., April 7. Stephen Car
penter, colored, sixty-five years old, was
shot and killed by his nephew, Mack Van
deveer, aged twenty-two, yesterday af
ternoon. A quarrel arose ou account of
Vandeveer having whipped a young son
of Carpenter. Vandeveer escaped.
Chicago, Ii.i.., April 7. liev. Dr. Ilcr
rick Johnson, the eminent pastor of the
Fourth Presbyterian Church, who swooned
in his pulpit last Saturday evening, Is out
of danger this morning. It was at first
thought to be a paralytic stroke, but is
now pronounced nervous prostration.
A National Strike of Painters.
Nr.w YoitK, April 7. At the meeting of
the Central Union yesterday evening tho
house painters reported that they had
held a meeting Saturday night at which
it was resolved that all painters in the
United States should go on a strike to
day for a uniform rate of $;J.50 a day, and
that orders to this effect had been tele
graphed to all the unions in the country.
Burned to the Ground.
ViNTENNKs, Ind., April 7. During tho
abschco of Jacob Lunyon ami wife from
their home, about six miles below this
city, yesterday afternoon, tho house
caught ou fire and burned with all Its
contents, their children being only ablo
to save themselves. Loss 9700 or 8800.
ROWED IN THE RAIN,
Tho Univorsity Raco Botwoon Ox
ford and Cambridge Won
' by tho Former.
A. Disagreeable Day and a Slim Attend
ance, but no Want of Enthu
A Close Race of Four Miles, Won by
Barely Two Boats' Lengths
Putney to Mortlake.
Lon don , Aju il 7. Disagreeable weather
greeted the Oxford-Cambridge crews this
morning when they met on tho Thames
to row the annual university race for
the championship. Rain was falling
heavily, but the w ind was light. There
was less Interest in the race than for
years and the crowds were smaller.
The crews appeared at nine o'clock,
and were loudly applauded. The betting
was In favor of Cambridge. Tho course
was from Putney to Mortlake, a dis
tance of four miles- and two furlongs.
When the crew had taken their places
the umpire a-ked: "Are you ready?'"
"Aye, aye," they answ ered. "Then go!"
and the crafts sp -d away, Oxford rowing
thirty-four strokes, and Cambridge thirty
six. It soon begin to tell ou the former
who gradually lell to the rear from the
front. At Hammersmith Cambridge was
leading by a length. When Mortlake Sig
nal was passed, tho crews rounded tho
point nelow Barnes Bridge and imme
diately after tin; boats came iu view and
Cambridge Kissed the winuiug point two
lengths ahead, The cliecriTig was deafen
ing. EnM.ox, April 7. The annual boat race
between the oxford and Cambridge Uni
versity crews occurred this morning over
the regular Thames course, four miles and
two furlongs, from Putney to Mortlake.
The weather was very unpropitious, as
the air was illled with drizzling rain. A
heavy mist overhung the river, while tho
water was decidedly choppy. But few
spectators were present. The Cambridge
crew was the favorite from the start, and
they won an easy victory.
Caii:", April 7. Nubar Pasha has with
drawn his resignation as Presieent of tho
Egyptian Council of Ministers. It is
stated great pressure was brought to bear
on Nubar Pasha to persuade him to re
consider his i.ction of last Saturday, Earl
Granville going so far as to promise that
the EngH'h Government would make a
distinct declaration as to the future pol
icy in regard to Egypt, and statingthat it
would be iu accordance w ith tho policy of
the Egyptian Prime Minister.
Viknxa, April 7. An Anarchist named
Liffeii has been arrested at Brunu,
charged with obtaining money by swind
ling operations for the purpose of pro
moting Socialistic agifation.
Paws, April 7. Advices from Tonquin
state that the Frvuch will attack Hong
Hoa April 11.
Ottawa, April 7. The Grand Jury in
its presentment called atteution to the
case of Dunn, the Aiuericau charged with
the murder of a circus mau named
Fletcher, two years and a half ago, who
has been lying in jail here without trial
ever since. They say it is a disgrace to
to the Canadian Bar that a prisoner
should have remained in jail live court
sessions without trial. The Judge said
the case would be tried at the present as
sizes. XKVKR TO IIKTI'KX.
Otkhkc, Can., April 7. The provincial
deiicit for the past fiscal year is now sta
tcd at ls7,ou0. The proportions of tho
exodus from this neighborhood to tho
States is becoming alarming. From one
parish in Montniagnise last week per
sons left, L'si) of whom never intend to re
turn to Canada.
A Costly Blaze at Moberly.
Mokkuly, Mo., April 7. The fire of
last night, when the store-room of the
Wabash machine shops was consumed,
entails a far heavier loss than was imag
ined at the time of the burning. Not an
article of the $110,000 worth of supplies
was saved, and tho elaborate library
of the railroad, embracing thousands of
popular books, was consumed, as also
was the olllce furniture of all the super
intendents, master mechanics, time-keepers,
etc. Mr. Selby lost :500 In cash,
which w as locked in his desk. The origin
of the lire Is unknown. The loss Is esti
mated at 75,000.
The Pennsylvania Gas Well Rioters.
Gui :r.Nsiu-i;o, Pa., April 7. Tho trial
of Milton Weston of Chicago, Colonel
Blakely of Pittsburgh, and twenty others
for the riot at the Murraysville gas well,
commenced thii morning. The town is
flooded with strangers and friends of tho
nocused, and great Interest is manifested
on all sides. This morning's session of
the court was taken up with calling tho
jury panel and the names of the witness
es, many of whom were absent. Tho 'de
fendants will ask for a change of venue to
Lillian Spenoer'a Divorce Suit.
Prnsiu-KGH, Pa., April 7. Edward
Clayburg, of New York, tiled his answer
this morning In tho suit of Lillian
Spencer, the actress, for divorce. Ho
denied cruelty to her, or pointing a re
volver at her, or abusing her in any way.
Ro wants her to take him back, and de
mands trial by jury. Ho also claims that
sho Is not a resident of this State aud
cannot bring suit hero.
Two Engines Wrecked.
Watkktown, N. Y., April 7. Two
freight trains collided on tho Rome,
Watertown & Ogdensbitrg Railroad Sat
urday night. Two engines aud six cars
were wrecked. A brakemau was serious
Crown Priuco Frederick William has
returned to Germany.
A general buow storm set In yesterday
lu Minnesota and Dakota.
Jim Ward, an old pugilist, died yester
day in a London hospital.
Heavy snow storms have been reported
from Minnesota and Dakota.
The murder of Mrs. Swears, at Glen
Falls, N. Y., is still a mystery.
The German Bundesrath has rejected
tho bill for a responsible ministry.
Tho tug Peter Smith blew np on Laka
Erie yesterday, killing three men.
Tho Senate will probable devote this
week mainly to appropriation bills.
The tug Peter Smith was blown up on
Lake Erie, Sunday, killing three men.
The Gem City Club, of Dayton, O.,
claims the national polo championship.
Tho town of Morgan City, La., is In
danger of being submerged by the floods.
Tho tariff bill will probably not be
considered by the House before next
(.'has. Chadwlck was dangerously cut
at Hannibal by a patent-right man named
Paymaster James A. Ring, of the Asiat
ic squadron Is to be court-martialed for
A serious agrarian rising Is 'reported In
Russia, resulting in many conflicts with
The French forces lu Tonquin have
started for Hong lloa, where heavy light
ing Is expected.
The Ohio Board of Agriculture reports
the State free from contagious or epi
One of the men Injured In the Kansas
City, Springfield & Memphis smashup
Richter, the German painter, during
his later years, received 3,000 for each
work he produced.
Abram Garcia and a boy were caught
under a falling wall at Brownsville, Tex.,
and badly crushed.
The steamship Gallia broke her pro
peller on leaving yueenstowa aud had to
return to Liverpool.
The Pennsylvania State Fair will open
at Philadelphia September tf. The prizes
offered aggregate jL',000.
Negotiations are pending to purchase
the steamer Great Eastern aud bring her
to New Orleans for the Exposition.
John Davenport, a spiritualist, was
chased from the Opera House at Brad
ford, Pa., for giving a bogus seance.
Michael McCloskey grasped his gun by
the mti..lc to pull it over the fence after
him. The load went through his right
In a riot of striking coal miners at
Denain, France;, the rioters attacked tho
cavalry with the cry "Long Live the Social
(ieneral .-Veneres and his filibustering
followers landed on the Island of Cuba
April 1, ami troops havo been sent to
The wholesale liquor dealers and saloon
keepers of Des Moines, Io., are disposing
of their property aud declare they will
leave the State.
Mrs. Fred Met., a German woman of
Louisville, Ky., jumped from a third
story window Suuday aud crushed every
Done fu her oody. j
The American, Russian and German
Governments havo united in an euergetic
protest against the excessive petroleum
dues levied by the Porte.
The regular monthly stock sales at Ash
laud, Mo., were well attended Saturday
Crops promise well In that region aud
farmers are Iu good spirits.
Oram and Provisions.
MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1884.
CoTTOx-steady; middling-, lH.j'&ilc.
Fi.oru Steady; XXX to Choice, fl.tioa4.75i
pa' ems, tS-tfCfrMO.
Whkat Weak and lower; No. 2, Red, ( 1.05
G1.U7; No. 3 Hed, HtilWo.
Coiix Lower: No. 2 mixed, UVtHHoc; No. 2
white mixed, fiK&'ige.
oats Stoady; No. 2. 84lj35o.
Hvk Lower; No. 2, 54'i.Vo.
ToiiAico Finn: rinrs. common to eholrp.
f.V'iiVi'.IO.UO; lent: common red leaf, fs.umift
lu.mi; medium totrood trj.&MWi.aa.
ll.w I'nili-ie u.fior.j.W.O'i for prime; $10.25
(7? in .SO for choice; mixed $liiu!.14 for common
to prime; timothy tU&n for prime to fancy.
IIi ttkk Steady ; eliulee to fancy creamery,
3H'.i.Mf. diilry, iroo'I to choice SfSo; ami
"sc. for selections, low grades nominal.
Kerns vt euk at IIKii M',e.
I'otatoks tuir sellitiK demand for choice;
common dull. Kastem peerless 403;42c; Ilur
banks 4!i'(t.4le; rose. 4fie; Northern, peerless
and ruse, !!"". tee; lluke, itt&Mc; Illinois and
I'ohk Lower: standard mess, f 10.50; hard
Laud Steady; primo stenm, nominal at 8o.
IIacon-Louks, U'e; shorts, OS-Je; clear rib,
Wool Tub-washed choice. XiutMHc; com
moiviSetfio: tin washed medium, JW&JiJije; low
and coarse irrinles, liVtJliie.
limns steady: dry Hint, 19c; ilanmtfed, Hie;
bulls or stuns. UKifollc; dry salted. Hie; dry
sale I, ilaiino.red, lie: kin nnd onlf, saltd. U1 to;
damnireil, 7 V; hulls and stags, tic; green, un
curoil, S'e; diiumifed, llo
.sitKK.i' I'ki.ts Steady; frrpon, COcffft.OO;
d-y do, fli)70e., us to amount and quality of
wool; green sliearintrs, Soi&aje.; dry do, KKii20o.
Wheat bower; April, 78Sic; May, 82o;
Juno, S4? ;: July, S5 :o.
roiiN-i.ower; April, 45o; May, 50o;
Juno, "d ir; July, Ki'tc; August, Mc.
oats April, 2ii;'ic; May, 31c; Juno, 31!c;
1'oiiK-l.ower; May, $ 10.15; Juno, f ltS.27'4e:
I.aiiu Lowor; May, JS.40; Juno, 18.50; July,
shout Rids May, f 8.30; June, J3.40; July,
Wiifat Lower; No. 2 lted, April Wlio; May
Se; Juno II.IW; July !.()'; August, 1.01.
Coux bower; April 55o; May, 5H.7o; June,
STc; July, Wie: August fliic.
Oats Weak and lower; Western, XH',Wo.
1'novisioNS Pork Cliiiet; spot mess, flil. nl
(TMil.iC'i. Lard Hull and weak, steam, $s.uQ
Live Stock Markets,
Itoos-rtoi'olpts, 10,000; quiet and alow: Bo
lower; light f.j.iajil.Ya.'i; rough packing", 5-70
df.tl.lU; heavy packing aud shipping. fO.lAd
Cattm? Receipt 5,700; brisk and firm; ex
ports, it, UX".'Ulo; good io choice, $:.0iitii.00;
common to fair $5.ltKi(5.0J.
SitKKi'-Hoeeipts, 4,5U0; steady; common to
choice, f 3.70iMl.2o.
Cattle Dull: extra steers, frt.401tfl.70i
fair to good, 5.:Mtl.25; mixed butchers',
H.70M5.45; Blockers, f4.6lKil5.ai.
Siikki' Stea ly; fair to good Western sheep,
$.VowUi0: choice to fa ley, $0.20(u0."5; good
Westi rn InniK n.no7.ou.
llotis-Dull; good to choice Yorkers, ffUO
'I.25; good uiodluiu weights, i).25nt0.40; nigs.
CATTt.n-Sicadyi rceolpts50; nntlve Bteors
of 1,045 to I, Ills Urn, average I4.WVii5.HS; stook
crs and feeders, f 4.4iki5 i): cow ta.A34.40.
Hons KocclpiN 2,100; ftronger and 5c to loo
higher; lots of gill to2tJ0 lbs. uvenigo Io.MkJ
6.00, mainly fr.s.'C(W.on.
feiiKKi' Receipts 1,2u0; Qtilot nnd unchanged.
A happy surprise it was to Mr. A. K.
Norton, of Bristol, Conn., when AraxoraoBOS
put him ou hia feet, and sent turn cheerfully
about his business. Let hlra tcU hla own story :
"About three weeks ago I was taken
with a levere crick in tha back. For four days
1 ,?5e to w In bed without help, and
when lilted np could not tand on my feet, I was
in d uced to try A I H lo r b oaoa, after aU the uauU
remedie failed. In 'JO mlnutea after taking tha
11 rut done I could bear my weight upon my feet.
In two days I waa able to get about and attend
to bualneaa. In two other canes which hava
come to my knowledge ita uee ban bees attended
with the auu result. "
A poor man in Philadelphia had to bor
row a dollar to buy a bottle of Athlophoros.
On account of his poverty his name shall remain
a secret. He had suffered terribly from Rheu
matism, lie gratefully writes:
" I took my first dose Tuesday afternoon,
and on Wednesday, after but seven doaea, I had
not a Bharp or severe ache left Then I reduced
the dose one-half and took the remainder of the
botUe. 1 was alile to be steady at work tUl Sat
urday, when I took a seven cold and waa un
able to ubo my luft hand. I purchased another
bottle and by tx-d-Unia I found relief. The
medicine is all you claim for 1U"
Investigate ATHxornoRos all you please!
Find all the fault you choose with it I and
yet the fact remains, that it is doing what
o other medicine ever could do for Rheu
matism and Neuralgia.
If you cannot pet ATnLOPnoiios of your dm '
gist, we will send It express paid, on receipt ol
regular price-one dollar per bottle. We prefer
that you buy It from your druggist, but If he
hasnt It, do not be persuaded to try something
else, but order at once from ua as directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
Hiiiiiiiiimiimi H. . iimiiiiiiiMi
The Emperor Louis Napoleon smoked
only the Aneat cigars the world could pro
duce. Pref. Hornford aays the Emperor a
cigars were made specially for him in Ha
vana from leaf tobacco grown In the Golden
Belt of North Carolina, this being the finest
leaf grown. BlackweU's liuU Durham
Smoking Tobacco Is made from the same
leaf used In the Emperor's cigars, is abso
lutely pure and is unquestionably the beat
tobacco ever offered.
Thackeray's gifted daughter, Anne, in
her sketch of Alfred Tennyson, in Harptr't
Monthly, tells of her visit to the great poet
She found him emofetnir BlackweU's Bull
Durham Tobacco, sent him by Hon. James
KusHell Lowell, American Minister to the
Court of Ht. James.
In these days of adulteration, It In acorn
fort to smokers to Imow that the BuU Dur
ham brand Is absolutely pure, and made
from the beet tobacco the world produces.
Blackwell'a Bull Durham Smoking To
bacco la the but and purent made. AU
dealers have it. None genuine without
the trade-mark of the Bull
C. W. HENDERSON,
No. 19i Commercial Aye.,
ooic Agcui ioi inc ificurtueu
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The above it roc bottom prices.
Corocr 12th and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. 13.
QEORGE HARRISON LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of snrgical discuses, and diseases of women
OFFICE On 14ih street, opposite tha Post
office, Cairo, HI.
)U. J. E. STRONG,
129 Comruereial Ave., Cairo, 111.
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A lady In attendance.
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OFFICII Eighth Street, near Coma erclal Aveno
JR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Omci No. tat Commercial Avenue, between
Kghth and Ninth Htreou K
Manufacturer and Dealer In
8th Stroel, bctwoon Com'l Are. ud LoToe.
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