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The DaiUr Bulletin.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9. 1684.
Notices In this column three line or less 2o cents
one insertion or $1 00 ptr week.
XfOH SALE. The Southern Hue!, No. M Ohio
T Levee, t for sale, formtnre, saloon and fiitnr.-s
The building will be leased to the purchaser. Tbe
stand hat a giiod pavlbg bustne-e. an t the oppor
ta tty Ik fine one f r anybody deslrln to en
gage In thu hotel, reitanrant ai d o..n btineas.
Inquire or MRS. I.KO IEB.
Caiho, III., April 4, 16M. at Home.
CITY LIVERY, FEED and
Commercial At., bet. 8tb &. 9th StH.
Good Turnout at Reasonable Kates.
tfll'fHfH boariloil and well cttred
TELEPHONE SO. m.
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Successi r to Cha. T. NewUnd and
Plumber, Steam and Gas Filter,
Commercial Ave, bet. Tenth and Ele
CAIHO, : : : II Am
Drive Well Force nnd Lift rump furnished and
pnt Bp. Agent for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP",
the beat pump ever Invented. New Gas Klxtsres
(urul.bed to order. U d fixtures repaired and
UrJobblng promptly attended to. 319 tf
Patrick T. JIcAlpine,
Mnde tu lUer.
8tb Sl.,hct. Ohio Levee & ton.merclal Ae.
CAIRO. - ILL
Repairing neatly done at short notice.
13G .V: 138 Com'l Ave.
have receive! a full and CJffiplete lino
ol new FjII and Winter
Cloaks, rolmans, Notions, Etc.
A he try stock of Body Bruges, Taper
trie! and Ingram
A full Block of Oil Cloths, all lzes andpMces.
ClclVing & Gents' Furnish'g Goods
A full and iornp! te dock Is now being
cloned oat at great bargains.
Onrxls) nt Hot torn Priooel
W. bTRATTON, Cairo. T. MRU. Missouri.
STRATTON & BIRD,
No. W Ohio Levee, Cairo, I'l.
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THE TRADES ASSEMBLY.
Important Meeting of tho Repre
sentatives of Labor in
A Sweeping Demand for the Employment
of None bat Members of
Under Pain of a General Strike Throughout
the Country Eight Hours for
a Day's Work.
Chicago, III., April 8. At the session
of the Trades-Assembly .Sunday, Dele
gate Towers, President of the Seamen's
Union, culled uttention Incidentally to a
plan heretofore uumentloued publicly
which provides tacitly for a general strike
of all union workiugiuen unless their em
ployers consent to hire none but members
of unions. Mr. Powers was discussing the
merits of a proposition by the recent labor
convention to enact a law limiting the
hours of work required by employers
throughout the country to eight. He be
lieved the enactment of that" law would
have a beneficial effect, but was con
vinced that the purpose of the convention
In that particular could be more readily
accomplished by worklngmen generally
resolving to work only eight hours than
by their waiting the termination of a slow
and tedious process of reasouing bv
which representatives of the people will
eventually pass the bill.
A desultory discussion ensued regard
ing a plank in the Labor Convention plat-fo.-in
on the subject of laud-holding by
foreigners, but no conclusion was reached.
Delegates from the Assembly to the con
vention reported the action of the con
vention. An intimation having been
made that Delegate Schilling attempted
to foist Socialistic principles on the con
vention, Mr. Schilling made a denial.
Other delegates said several persons en
deavored to have the convention pro
nounce in favor of planks in the Republi
can and the Democratic platforms, but
that their purposes were defeated.
Delegates from the Painters' Union re
ported that the painters were well organ
ized. Delegate Doyle said the Mayor had
explained that the recent regulation pro
hibiting the playing of music in streets
had application to only the laraer thor
oughfares crowded with horses which
might be frightened and do serious dam
age. A resolution instructing the mem
bers of the assembly to prepare statistics
si tting forth the cost of living was adopt
ed. Statistics of wages were received
and will be read two weeks hence. The
Tanners' aid Curriers' Co-operative Asso
ciation reported they had built a substan
tial three-story building and would begin
the work of tanning therein yesterday.
B. K. Reynolds, for the Committee on
Legislation, said a protest against the
bill to give copyrights to foreign authors
had been sent to Congress, and that Seu
atar Culiom and Congressman Davis had
written that they would call attention to
the protest, and that Senator Logan had
declared the Assembly might rest as
sured tf the bill provided for interference
with the rights of American laborers, he
would vote against it.
The Assembly then adopted resolutions
expressing thanks to Judge Prendergast
for preparing the "landlord and tenant"
bill and a bill regarding the collection ol
debt, and congratulations to printers for
the government on the addition of the
twenty per cent, deducted from their rate
of pay two years ago. The next meeting
of the Assembly is set for April 20.
The Beautiful French Lady Who la
Studying1 for the Stage.
Nkw York, April 8. About the begin
ning of the year the Baroness de Hatch'
koff, a handsome woman aged about
twenty-six, arrived In New York from
France and took possession of apartments
on the second lloor of the Oriental Flats.
The apartments had been reuted for her
by Colonel Thomas Perkins Ochiltree
from a tenant whose lease expires on
May 1, and the transaction got the vera
cious Congressman Into no end of hot
water with the house-renting sharks
Gotham. The price for the four months
from January 1 to May 1 was S012, of
which the Colonel planked down 500 in
advance. The $112 he was wor
ried Into paying twice; but this he did
with great promptness for the sake of
peace. Tbe Baroness Is tall, has light
brow n hair and a brilliant complexion.
"Three months ago I came to Ameri
ca," she said to a correspondent this
morning. "I came from Paris bringing
letters of Introduction to Colonel Ochil
tree. I desire to go upon the stage and
play tragedy, and I did not like to stay in
a hotel. I asked Colonel Ochiltree if he
would not get me a quiet apartment. I
had no lady friend and could not speak
one word of English. It was with my
money that he paid the rent. It was my
money that was paid these two times. I
do not go out except to my instructor of
elocution. Three times a week I visit
him, and I am studying hard the English
"There Is a report that you are Colonel
"That Is not true. He merely comes to
visit me as a friend. He does not live
here; he lives In Washington, where he is
a Congressman. He kindly acts for me
In business matters."
On reading the report that Colonel
Ochiltree was engaged to marry Miss
Mackay she shrugged her shoulders and
said: "Well, it is nothing to me."
Brave Rescue of a Noble Boy.
NkwYokk, April 8. The life-saving
corps, which was recently organized here
and Instructed by some of the St. Louis
life-savers, had Us first chauce to do some
thing yesterday, and It proved not un
worthy of Its teachers. A seven-story
apartment house caught lire and burned
fiercely. Every one got out safely but
Louis Casteln, the elevator boy, who,
searching for occupants, found himself
on the top floor cut off from the elevator
and stairs. Driven Into a room
facing on the street he shut the dooi
against the lire, nnd, springing to
tho window, dashed it out and
crept upon the sill, calling frantically
to those below for help. The street was
filled with a wildly excltedcrowd, At the
sight of the boy ou the sill a hundred
feet above the sidewalk a wild sliout of
warning was raised: "Back I back I
Don't jump!" Tho firemen were coming,
foremost the llfe-savlug corps with their
yet untried ladders. They were already
booking them to the sills In tbe second
story from the street below and swinging
themselves Into perilous positions on the
wall. The boy waved, his bauds far
above, urging haste, his voice was
drowned In the wild roar of the flames
above and a thousand anxious voices be
low. The Bre burst through the windows
on either side, and the shattered glass
rattled upon the sidewalk. Tho threat
ened lad hugged the wall close and
seemed measuring tbe height of the
lump. It would be instant death. Behind
him a worse fate clutched already at his
clothes. Up the perpendicular wall
crept the blue-coated tlremen; nearer
and nearer, hooking their ladders from
story to story. No acrobat ever executed
a more daring feat; but their hands and
uerves were steady, their foothold sure.
It seemed as If the moment had come for the
lad to choose death, when a mighty shout
rent the air as the flrst ladder was thrust
directly into his lap and he was carried
down in the strong arms of his rescuers.
Cheer upon cheer weut up from the sea of
upturned faces below.
Land Grant Forfeitures.
Washington, D. C, April 8. A fierce
controversy is anticipated In the House
over tbe pending propositions declaring
the forfeiture of the railroad land grants.
The bill provides for the forfeiture of
aoout 37,000,000 acres of the Northern
Pacific grant, and will probably create a
most bitter contest, aud it is thought by
members that a long debate will ensue on
the proposition. This Is the most Im
portant of tho forfeitures, and Involves
more legal questions than the others.
Consideration of tho bill declaring the
forfeiture of the graut to the Oregon Cen
tral may be resumed to-day, unless it is
crowded over by the Keifer-Bovnton re
port, which Hopkins will endeavor to
A Distinction With a Difference.
Washington, D. C, April 8. Mr.
alsh has written a letter to Itepresenta
tlve Springer, Chairman of the Commit'
tee on Expenditures of the Department
of Justice, Intimating that he (Walsh)
was a very good witness for the prosecu
tion in the Star-route cases until he be
gan to expose Mr. W. P. Kellogg, then
United States Senator, but that after
tnat period his services were not In Ue
mand, and that ever since Secretary
Chandler and others have been trying to
crowa nim out.
The Jeannette Investigation.
Washington, D. C, April 8.
Before the Jeannette Committee this
morning Seaman Nondermann testified
that it was his opinion that had the party
on the retreat been properly guided and
equipped with proper Instruments they
could have reached a point of safety on
the Siberian Coast by a journey of 300
miles, lie naa neard complaints by some
of the officers during the retreat on ac
count of delay. There was special coin
plaiut at the delay of eight days at Ben
nett's Island, and had there been no delay
he believed a place of safety would have
been reached before the severe v rather.
Fast Mail to San Francisco.
Washington, D. C, April 8. -The
Postmaster-General has received a dis
patch to-day stating that from and after
the 15th instant the Central Pacific Rail
road Company will run a fast mail train
from Ogden west, covering the distance
between Ogden and San Francisco in
thirty-nine hours. This completes the
fast mail arrangements between New
York and Sau Francisco, and makes a
clear gain of twenty-four hours between
the cities over the old arrangements.
Minister Hunt's Funeral.
Washington, D. C, April 8. The fu
neral of William II. Hunt, late United
States Minister to Russia, took place at
2 p. m. to-day from St. John's Episcopal
Church, Rev. Dr. Seward officiating. The
Marine Band and a battalion of marines
and a force of regular troops formed the
funeral escort. The President and Cabi
net were in attendance. A detachment of
sailors acted as body-bearers.
Washington, D. C, April 8. Senator
Cole presented the memorial of tho Pen
sacola Board of Trade, askiug for the
construction of batteries at the entrance
to the port for the protection of the har
bor and city.
Senator Plumb presented a majority
report of the Committee on Public Lands,
in favor of the bill regardlug the title of
settlers on certain public lands in Iowa.
Senator Davis reported favorably from
the Committee on Indian Affairs the bill
for the payment of coupons on certain
Indian war bonds of the State of Cali
fornia. A bill Introduced by Senator Garland
provides for a uniform mode of procedure
in courts of the United States.
At the request of the ex-Speaker Mr.
Hopkins, of Peun., will not call up the re
port of his committee until Thursday
In accordance with the order made yes
terday, the House went into committee
of the whole on business reported from
the Committee on Territories, with Mr.
Blackburn in the chair.
The first bill taken up was one to appoint)
a commission to determine the boundary
line between Texas and the Indian Terri
tory. The point at Issue Is whether the
north or south part of the Red River Is
Mr. Hill Introduced a bill to provide
for the deposit In the Treasury of receipts
of the money-order system and for the
payment of its expenses out of the appro
priations. On the Up Grade.
Chicago, III., April 8. Full closing
prices were maintained at the opening of
the markets this morning and during tho
first hour there was an Irrogular advance
on all options. Tho feeling Is far
stronger aud healthier than for several
days past. At noon, under a strong
speculative demand, all options were ac
tive AJTiouaWish Gratified.
Easton, Pa., April 8. John Dil'man
was hanged this morning for tho murder
of his wife a year ago. Three hundred
persons witnessed tho execution. He
aid on the gallows : "Jesus Is with me,
and I want to go nome.'!
AN EGYPTIAN CRISIS.
Mooting of the British Cabinet to
Consider Nubar Pasha's
The Prime Minister Demands the Eemoval
of the Under Secretary of
A Report That the Difficulty Has Been
Amicably Arranged Between the
A Caiii.net MEETING.
London, April 8. A Cabinet meeting
convened at one o'clock this afternoon to
consider the difficulty between Nubar
Pasha, Egyptian Prime Minister, and
Clifford Lloyd, Under Secretary of the
Interior. Nubar demanded the removal
of Lloyd, also the right to the supreme
control of the administration of affairs in
Egypt. The outcome of the meeting Is not
yet made public, but a representative of
the United Press succeeded In Interview
ing a prominent Minister in regard to the
action England will take. Tbe official
stated that it was the opinion that a
continuance of the mixed administration
of Egypt was Impossible ; that the Gov
ernment would support Lloyd, notwith
standing the threat of Nubar Pasha that bo
would decline to join In the new Ministry
unless the English were excluded. If
necessary, England will assume the solo
direction of the Egyptian Government.
London, April 8. It is officially an
nounced that the Government has re
ceived a dispatch from Cairo stating thai
Nubar Pasha and Clifford Lloyd had be
come reconciled and the differences had
been made np by the latter agreeing not
to oppose the former's wishes in regard
to the administration of affairs.
London, April 8. The Standard's dis
patch from Madrid asserts that much
displeasure is felt by the Spaniards
towards America for allowing General
Aguero to leave Key West.
Vienna, April 8. Fire at Gerugan, In
Moravia, last night, destroyed fifty
houses. One woman and two children
were burned to death.
AFUAID OF BE1U SHOT.
The Eiot Has "Scared Ticket Buyers
OS" An Assured Failure.
Cincinnati, O., April 8. The Seven
teenth Regiment left the city this morn
ing, and the jail is now unprotected by the
militia. A detail of fifty extra police,
under Lieutenant Langdon, In charge of
a Gatilng gun, will assist the Sheriff, and
the First Regiment militia remain
in xdiness for call. The riot
scare thows its effect in the sale
of seats at auction for the Dramatic Fes
tival Association. A very small number
of bidders were present, and only about
one huudred seats were sold during the
hour the sale was continued this forenoon.
Premiums began at 830, but fell so that
the average is not more than 95. Mana
ger Miles says he finds the people abroad
actually afraid to come to Cincinnati for
fear of being shot. He says no assurance
of safety seems sufficient to remove the
fear of danger.
THE STEIN MANX.
No Bodies Yet Reoovered From the
Wreck Tbe Survivors.
Halifax, N. S., April 8. Three wreck
ing schooners are taking out the cargo of
the wrecked steadier Steinmann. The
divers report the steamer upright and
the deck-houses In place, but the
hull shows signs of going to pieces.
The divers have not yet entered
the cabin. No bodies have yet been
seen in the vessel. It is the opinion of
many acquainted with the coast that most
of the bodies outside of the vessel would
be carried to sea by an uuder-tow. The
surviving passengers leave to-morrow for
New York. Tbe opinion of sea-faring
men acquainted with the approach to the
harbor are unfavorable to the commander
of the Steinmann regarding ,the working
of the ship on the night of the disaster.
St. Albans, Vt., April 8. The First
National Bank was closed to-day by the
Examiner, there being insufficient funds
on hand to meet Boston drafts on Satur
day. The bank will be examined, and
cither reopened or go Into voluntary
liquidation. The trouble is said to be
caused by the stock speculations of
President Sowles. There is a very pan
icky feeling on the street.
Contemplating a Strike.
Pittsburgh, Pa., April 8. The street
car conductors have formed a secret pro
tective association, and It Is reported that
all the conductors In the city will strike
for a fifteen per cent, advance.
$2,000,000 in tm Bour.
New York, April 8. The subscription
books for the capital stock of the New
York Cable Railway opened this morning.
Tho $2,000,000 limit, fixed by the Rapid
Transit Commission, was subscribed in
Snow in Wisconsin.
Chicago, III., April 8. The Journal's
Junction City, Wis., special says:
"Snow has fallen here for twenty-four
hours continuously, and it Is now six
Inches on the level."
End of a Strike.
Mkadvili.k, Pa., April 8. Tho strike
among the brakeman on the New York,
Pennsylvania & Ohio ended last night In a
compromise. Although there was no
trouble a feeling of uneasiness prevailed,
owing to the large number of Idle men.
Hasn't Helped His Case.
Shki.hyvillk, III., April 8. At Stras
burg, this county, last night, Town Mar
thal Reck was assaulted by Thomas Col
bert and two companions and brutally
beaten. Colbert was arrested Saturday
on a State warrant charged with assault
with Intent to kill. Tho trial fcls wt for
Recruits are flocking to the filibuster's
standard in all parts of Cuba.
The Queen and Princess Beatrice start
for Darmstadt on the 14th lust.
St. Peter's Lutheran Church, New
York, was damaged $25,000 by tire Mon
day. The franchise bill passed the Commons
ou Monday on the second reading by 3'J0
A number of coal miners of Western
Indiana have been on a strike for two
A Pennsylvania railway engine and sand
house burned at Waverly, N. J. Loss.
Marquis de Caux denies that a recon
ciliation has been effected between him
self and Patti.
It is announced that there are less than
500 cases of the foot aud mouth dlseaso
In the United Kingdom.
The Churchill (Md.) carriage factory
and several adjoining buildings burned
this morning. Loss, $ 15,000.
Ben Jenkins, a druggist of Greensburs.
Ind., shot and killed his sou-lu-law. Tav-
lor Trimble, at St. Paul, Monday night.
The English Government has informed
the Porte that the condition of Christians
lu Kurdistan must be made less perilous.
There Is a gang of horse thieves In the
southern part of Arkansas, whose opera
tions extend through Mississippi iuto
An International Committee has been
formed at Frankfort, Germany, to erect a
monument to the philosopher Schopeu-
Bismarck's organ announces that he re.
nouuees control of the Prussian Govern-
ment, but retains direction of Imperial
The Spanish Supreme Court has reject
ed the appeal of the director of a Madrid
paper which published an article abusive
of the King.
Italy Is considering retaliatory meas
ures in case the United States shall not
remove the thirty be cent, tariff upon
works ot art.
The Mexican stamp tax went Into effect
Monday on wines, liquors, canned goods,
etc. Tbe merchants of Mexico refuse to
open their stores.
The State Department has decided to
give no more letters of Introduction to
Consuls on the request of Americans vis
iting foreign countries.
The United States Minister to Spain
started for Washington to confer with
the Government in regard to the basis
for a definite treaty of commerce.
Gladstone made a powerful speech lu
the Commous Monday, in which he de
fended the extension of franchise in Ire
land us an act of justice and right.
Orders have been Issued to British
naval commauders to oppose any attempt
by the Portuguese to extend their author
ity in the Congo region beyond Ambuez.
Official investigation into the loss of
the Daniel Steinmann has begun. The
Coroner's inquest ou the bodies recov
ered resulted in a verdict of. accidental
A political society has been formed at
Berlin with the object of supporting a
strong colonial policy and the extension
of the German colonies. The organi
zation Includes many persons.
Zebehs Pasha says he will stay at Cairo
as hostage for General Gordon, and will
send his sou to extricate the General,
provided the Government restores liiin
(Zebehr) the property plundered from
Grain and Provisions.
TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 18M.
Cotton Steady; middling, ll'SHSc.
Floub Sfaily; XXX to Choice, a.au4.V5;
Whbat Steady ; No. 2, Bed, 11.07; No. 3 Red,
C'ohn Higher: No. 2 mixed. 45iia45Vc: No.
2 white mixed, 6(."i3Sc.
oats .sieady; No. z, 33',35o.
Kvk Steady; No. 2, 5o',o.
Tobacco Firm; ruics. common to choire,
$3.7.V'tlU.OO; leaf; common red leaf, fs.UUnj
10.11; medium to good $12.60417. SO.
Hay Fraiiio U.6tK(!.10.00 for urimo: 10.25
Tt.10.60 for choice; mixed I0((iU for common
to prime; timothy f HI7 tor prime to fancy.
lii'TTEK Stoudy; chulco to fancy creamery,
&VuJ."c. dairy, good to choice gft&TTo; and
2Sc. for selections, low grades notninul.
Koc.s weak at i;io.
Potatoes Fair gelling demand for choice:
common dull. Eastern peerless 40&42c; llur
tianks 42'4'Hlc; rose, 4"c; Northern, peerless
and rose, ;iVa4ue; 11 u lie, ittdftc; Illinois nnd
Pokk Dull: standard mess, $18,824(110.75:
hard side, $1.26.
Laud Steady; prime steam, nominal at
iiacon Longs, wtc; snorts, hc; clear rib,
Wool Tub-washed choice, 33fW44c; com
mon, iSOe: unwashed medium, iri'-Je; low
and coarse grades, lfIWe.
Hid ks Stead y ; dry Hint, 19c; damaged, Vie;
bulls or stairs, lUV&lIc; dry salted. Lie; dry
salio I, dumiwed, lie; kit) nndcuir,saltud.9'ic;
datnaired, 7c; bulls and stags, tie; green, un
cured, SSjc; damaged, SHiO
Shkkp Fklts Steady; green, Mctfl.Ofl;
d y do, H0Q7ite., as to amount and quality of
wool; green shearings, 2utt3)e.; dry do, luujAlo.
Wheat Lower; April, TTVic; May, 82c;
Juno,S4'84c; July, sii'jo.
Cons Lower; April, 4.1c: May, 49e:
Juno, SO'He; .Inly, f3 '; August, ft.'t'tc.
Oats April, 2tic; .May, 31o; Juno, 31ici
July, 31 o.
1'oiiK-steady; May,fl0.17K; June, tlfl.32Vj
Lakd Lowor; May, f8.35; June, 8.4o; July,
SnouT Rids May, s.ir; Juno, $8.35; July,
rWnEAT-Flrmer; No. 2 Hod, April 97o; Mav,
Js'ic: Juno tl.OO'i; July $l.ui; August,
Cohn Lower; April 55c: May, MSc; June,
ic; July, Mir; August 5Sc.
Oats Hrm and higher; Western, ."Ult'o
Provisions Pork Hull; spot mess, f lti.25
ie.60. Lard Higher; steam, fS.76.
Live Stock markets.
Hoos Receipts, 10,000; quiet and slow, lOo
lower; light 4.K04(8.0U; rough packing, $.VS0
65.90; heavy packing aud shipping, fUtiii
CATTt.s-Reoelpts 3,800; nt 10c higher; ex
ports, frt,2O5.0; good to choice, $.'.U6atl.00;
common to lair (.UttuUMiU.
Sheep Receipts, 4,ouuj steady; common to
Western linmw, ".-"''
Hons Dull; good to choice Yorkers, ftl.00
fKl.t; good medium wetghu, f0.liti8.30; ulgs,
CATTi.K-Ueeeipts 1,100: firm and a shade
lower; native steers of 1,049 to 1,450 lbs, aver
age f'l.UV'Oi; stookcrs ami feeders, f 4.26(44 U);
Dow f3 5 04.&D.
Hoon-Uetelpts 2,800; steady; lots of 100 to
!80 lbs. average f6.5ttj.U5, mainly b.MKA
8HBKP ItocolpU2,600; steady: natlvri of at
tb., av. t.30. . .
C.rn. Pull; C'10'1 to choice steer. tfl.OOll
150-fair to good, J.VWitft.Wi; mixed butch
ers' f4.7rKiU.2ft; stoeker. f3.7ltfU.2ii.
SiiKKr - Firm; fair to good Western sheep,
f ..t....t .h,.lee to faiu'V. tU.li.VuUi.MU ! lii, i
A happy surprise it was to Mr. A. R.
Norton, ot Bristol, Conn., when ATBLOraoioa
put him on his feet, and sent him cheerfully
about his business. Let hlra tell his own story :
"About three weeks ago I was taken
with levere crick In th back. For foar dirt
I wu uatble to turn in bed without help, tnd
when lifted up oould not itmd on my feel I wu
in d uced to try A t h u r hobos, is ter til the aiuel
ramedies failed. In 30 minutes after taklnff ths
Ant done I oould bear wr wetcht upon my faet
In two daya I wu able to gei about and attend
to buaineei. in two other oaaes which, hare
come to my knowledge lu use has been attended
with the same result."
A poor man in Philadelphia had to bor
row a dollar to buy a bottle of Anooraoaos.
On account of his poverty his name shall remain
a secret, no had suffered terribly from Rheu
luaUsin. He gratefully writes:
" I took my first dose Tuesday afternoon,
and on Wednesday, after but seven doses, I had
not a sharp or severe ache left. Then I reduced
the dose one-half and took the remainder of the
bottle. I wu able to be steady at work tUl Sat
urday, when I took a severe odd and was un
able to use my left hand. I purchased another
bottle and by bed-time I found relief. The
luedidne Is all you claim for It"
. Investigate Athlophoros all you please!
Find all the fault you choose with it I and
yet the fact remains, that it is doing what
y other medicine ever could do for Rheu
matism and Neuralgia.
If you cannot get AraLoraoROfl of your drug
gist, we will send It express paid, on receipt uf
regular price one dollar per bottle. We prefer
that you buy It from your druggist, but If he
hasn't It, do not be persuaded to try something
else, but order at once from us as directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
viimimmiiiin it, Hi nimiiimiuiiiip
The Emperor Louis Mapoleon smoked
only the finest cigara the world oould pro
duce. Prof. Horsford uya the Imperor's
cigars were made specially for him In He
rana from leaf tobacco grown in tbe Golden
Belt of North Carolina, this being the finest
leaf grown. Dlackwell's Bull Durham
Siuoktug Tobacco Is made from the same
leaf used In the Emperor's cigars. Is abso
lutely pure and is unquestionably the best
tobacco ever offered.
Thackeray's gifted daughter, Anne, In
her sketch of Alfred Tennyson, in Barptr't
Monthly, tells of her visit to the great poet
She found him smoking Blackwell's Bull
Durham Tobacco, seut him by Hon. James
Russell Lowell, American Minister to the
Court of St James.
In these dsys of adulteration. It is scon
fort to smokers to knou that the Bull Dur
ham brand is absolutely pure, and made
from the beat tobacco the world produces.
Blackwell's BuU Durham Smoking To
bacco is the hut and purest made. All
dealers have it None genuine without
the trade-mark of the BuU.
0. W. HENDERSON,
No. 191 Commercial Ave.,
Sole Agent foi the Celebrated
RANGES & STOVES,
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Wringers, Crown Flutcr. Sti-p Ladders, Garden
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The above it rock bottom prices.
Corner l'Jth and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. Isi.
Q.EORGE UAKRI30X LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN cfe SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
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OFF1CK On 14ih street, opposite the Post
office, Cairo, HI.
)R. J. E. STRONG,
129 Coniyiercial Are-, Cairo, 111.
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wr-t i and Ninth Streets
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