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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILL.. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 30,
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1100 IT OF M A T. TYP Q
contains inany friyliU
f ul stories of most utfo-
ulzliit? HUfTfrtiw. Hut
or picture, cun be more distrt ssful tUau tin;
owivi v, o.-y.:i.:, biioourijf pains Ually ana nightly
euuured by those who ure martyrs to tliul most
U'rrl hie torment, Neuralgia. To get rid of tills
warty ruum la the Ural business of all wUo buffer.
Athlophoro.4 regenerates painful nerves,
and drives out the- horrors of Jieuralfla.
Athlopiioros fives health to Rheumatic
KUfftTcrs whom the most skillful puyalelans
have not been able- to heal
Athmpiiokos operate on the blood, mus.
cles, and Joints; and dissolving tho acids that
cause Kheumatldm, removes them from tho
Athloitioros is pronounced by all who
have tried it an Infallible Hi-ecltle. lor thuso
obstluute and painful diseases.
Read the testimony of one of the
sufferers. David Little, Sum
ner, Benner Co., Iowa, writes:
" I ua put n run of we, hive bad the Hheumitinn
three yera and titfht uiouttu ; loot cLiU:rdof my
wdtfht; could not walk, but hnll.xl lion vu
crutch; could not ilu-p; nervwi hU-.ral, nu
trmifth In my hauiln, vrjiu, kn or f?t Hut
thanki be to God fur your imal diner, very ! The n.-d-Irtne
irrlved 8turdy uiahl 1 took a de Sunday
luuruiujf, felt It all over tiie, and kept on with It
Monday momluir I irnt up and dp-sued niyaclf, an 1
walked out Into the kili hon without the a'.d of truU !i
or cane, and wlnhed them all a haj y New Year. I rift
well shrfatH, am (fainliiK In iitrenjrth, and once mora
nJoyMe. Vbh I could put Aihujpiiobok In t!.j
band of every mifferfT from thu terrible iLnea:."
If ynt cannot yrl ATHU-PHORosof yourdruiynit,
we will aend It txpmw paid, ou receipt of regular
pnre one dollar r bottle. We prfir that you buy
It from your dnwr.t, hut if he hann't it. do not be
muadrd to try non.ttla.if cist, but order at once
from ua aa directed.
ITHL0PHOR0S CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
Analysis by Dr. A. Wicker. K. 11. S., lon
miltli.if Chemist knyal A'rl. uilur.il Society,
Kniiland. slows oniy a true of mtrat'-s In
liuickweirs Hull Durham Tobago. The soil
of the (, olden l'," !( of Vinh Carolina, In which
this tobacco Is t;rown, (ton t supply nit rate. Ui
the leaf. That Is the Miret of Its delicious
mildness. Nothing so pure and luxurious lor
Hmokiictf. Don llor'Uhc brand. None gen
uine wiinniit the trade-mark of the ISUil All
dealers have IL
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dn ve away tii'p. your
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ComnitTcial Av., bet. Btli A 0th Sts.
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fitiod Tariiinits at Reasonable Kates.
fjf IIdi-hom bnanlol :wul Wfll fari'il
TtLEi'IIONK NO. 11.!.
0. W. IIKXDERSOJr,
No. liitConiiiieiriiil Ave.,
Sole Ajjent i'oi tin? Cclcbl ated
UAKGES' & STOVES,
Miunfucturer and Healer In
Til, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
Uullilcrs" lUrdwure and 'a'pentem' Toolr.Tai'c
and Pocket Cutlery, best In th narkrt. Hoacri
liron.' Plated Knives. Forks aim Suoons, (irantte
Iron Ware. Benin Kartheuware. Wmti- Monutaln
Freezers, Water Coolers, Hiifritferalor". Clothea
Wrlmjers, Crown Kliitcr-. St p I.a ldcts. (iarden
Implemeiitf, (iolilen star Oil Stoves- nest in the
i.umtia r,r uvi.rv ileHirl lion. K:am Oil,
t'arjiit Sweepers, p. nther Du-lers. Ilrooms, Win
dow Screen Wire Cloth, Full rupply ol Finh'tH!
The above t roi-R bottom price'.
Corner l.'th and Comiuercia'. Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. V-i.
JfEW YOIIK STOH K,
WIIOI-KSALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLlTv JiKV CLOSK
NEW YOKK STOKE CO,
CcNitifitounlh atrcot )
Clarkson & Bowers,
IsTo :tf utti i-8' , ,lr'. HI.
HOW THEY WALK.
Bocond Duy's Roeord of the Groat
Rowell, tie Plucky Lltti.i Euglibh Cham
pion, Lends in the
Day Irali3 Behind, Hetty Alvances and
Displays Good Going Qualities
Nkw Vuuk, April 'j . At tho Lours la
dieulcd bi luw, the sckiv iu the MadLson
Square liartleuslx-ilays' pedestriau match
stood us fullovvs:
Day was tin- first to score 100 miles iu
the Madison Square walking contest.
Kuv,ell was next twcnty-Mx inluutes
later. Day n-sted from live to seven
o'clock, i lt'i raid continued his trainp
Lis;, and at .seven u'c.ock was two miles
ahead of I'owell. At eiL'ht o'clock
liowtdl had scored 11:5 7-s miles, Fitzger
ald 11S 1-t, and Day 111 1-4.
h o.Mi IMV 10 A. M.
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llirty P-,' Situw Pr.'tf
Noren tt' PHI TlioMipin ll.ttf
P inchot l'k! I uiiip.iiiu "I I
Vuil I.VU Sullivnn Out
The cd'.-triaus ti vk more or less
sleep aft'-r tweive o'clock la.'l ni!it. This
niorniiii; Fitgerald was almost unable to
walk; i'auchot was in iood lorm. liow
( II kept uj) a dog trot, iucrea-sin: his lead,
lie pursued h.s old tactics of lunging on
the heels of -omebody. Day gills to
show signs of fatigue. At nooa llerty
was the third man aud b( ginning to he
looked upon as a dangerous autagonist.
lie shows good slaving qualities. The
Indian fell cry far iu the rear, liurrell,
the colored mau, showed belter lurm to
day. Campaua slept all uigtit. Llsoii is
doing goxl work, aud his friends say he
will show up better lat-r ou. The at
tendance is poor. the score at ten
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The afternoon up to three o'clock
passi d without any hcidi til worthy of
note. Nitaw has been oil the truck since
Uootl. Thoinj .soli resembled a wreck.
IbTty, Howell, Noremac, Fit.g.rald aud
LImju .stayed in a buncli a couple of
hours. Kowcll has advanced a trille iu
t,ie belting, selling at so against 100 on
the Held. rit.grr dd's ailinirers are of
ferinir. even utoitey on him atjaiust any
urn- man. Day sells in tho Held diiaiti,
iml l it.gcrald stands at I against on
tie- ll .dd. ('amp. ma hid n )t up I " a ine
l.o.ir lliis alicrnooii bc,-u on the track
sjiife seven 'cii::k la.t evening.
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How He and His Brothers-in-Law
Killed His Aged Father.
Arm mN, April 2:. Intense ex
citement prevails here over the arrest of
the murderers of old man Jellerson.
The prisoners are Cicero Jellerson, his
son, .loci .1. Wilson and John A. Smith,
the old man's sons-in-law. When ar
raigned for preliminary examination
Wilson and Smith waived a hearing,
but young Jedcrson obtained permission
to make a full confession under oath:
"John A. Smith and J. J. Wilson were
the leading ones who committed the deed.
Wilson burst open the door. We all went
inside, then went to the bed and pulled
father out and choked and smothered
him. We had a rope on him and started
out, dragging him along by the neck.
I had hold ot the end of the rope and
Smith and Wilson were behind. As we
were dragging him along pa said:
Don't, John : don't hurt me so.' Wil
son stopped and tightened the rope, and
lolm and 1 pulled him along. When
we got to a tree Smith threw the
1'iid of the rope over a limb and 1 helped
pull father up, Wilson lifting the body
until we got it clear from the ground.
When we got him up we tied his hands
hands behind him and wound the rope
around his body, hut I can't tell just
how. I think he was just about (lead
then. Wilson tore father's shirt open
and tied il over his head. We stood
around a few minutes and then rode off.
They had bcii talking to me about hang
ing father for a week or ten days, but I
objected aud did not want to help. They
told me they would make away with mo
if I did not help them.'
THK CAI SK.
It is said that Wilson has always borne
a good character in Carroll County. His
marriage with Lucy Jellerson was
through the influence of John Sinitli, and
took place In February 182. Young Jel
lerson's statement of the causes leading to
the tragedy Is that after the marriage
Wilson suspected his wife of not having
always been virtuous and so accused her,
when she admitted Improper intimacy
with her father through compulsion.
Wilson declared he would either leave
her or kill her father. Lynching is feared,
and a strong guard has been placed about
the jail. '
A Missinir Law-Maker.
Cincinnati, ., April 2H. Representa
tive Win. Roche, who Is reported as not
having returned to his home In Cleveland
since the Legislature adjourned, wa In
Cincinnati in April and registered at the
Walnut Street House the Friday pre
vious. The Colored Conferenon.
l'liTsiiiuuii, Pa., April 2t. Tho Col
ored Men's Inter-Stato Conference con
vened at 10:110 o'clock this morning.
Prior to the rail to order tlie g neral
Kev. Smith cafJed the conference to or
der aud Bishop Shorter ol Ohio led la
prayer. Kev. Smith, of lilooinlngtou,
111., then formally opened the conference
In an address.
Kobt. Jackiuan, of Pittsburgh, was
chosen temporary chairman, and stated
that If any attempt was made to run the
conference In tho luterest of any Presi
dential cadidate It would be promptly op
posed. Illinois Democrat!.
Locisvillk, III., April 20. The Dem
ocrats of this (Clay; County have ap
pointed delegates to the State, Congres
sional, Senatorial and Judicial Conven
tions. The delegates to the State Con
vention were instructed for Harrison and
Loiter for Governor aud Lieutenant-Governor,
Kellar for Attorney-General and
Tilden and Morrison for President and
Ylce-Presldeut. The delegates to the
Congressional Convention were not In
structed, but will cast their votes for
Lardes, of Wabash County.
are getting discouraged about their
wheat. Many of the best farmers In
the county claim that they will not
get half a crop. The prospects are yet
good for a large croo of fruit, and many
claim their orchards will yield fully as
well as last season.
Death of Bev. Dr. Norton.
Alton, III., April 2:1. Itev. Dr. K. T.
Norton, one of the oldest citizens of this
place, died at :3u this morning. He was
seventy-nine years of age. For a number
of vears he was pastor of the First Pres
byterian Church of this city, aud for
many years had been Secretary aud Treas
urer of the Hoard of Trustees of Monti
cello Seminary. ' As a strong religious,
temperauce and educational advocate hu
had few equals, aud his work in these
causes was widely known in the West.
He leaves a widow, a daughter and two
sous, one of the latter being W. T. Nor
ton, editor of the Alton TeUyriph.
' Waylaid and Blurdared.
CiiAUi KSTfiv. W. Vi.. Anril -2'J. News
has just been reoeived hero of the killing
of Sheriff Adkius of liooue County, who
was waylaid aud murdered and his body
horribly mutilated. There is but little
doubt but that the deed was committed
by an organized baud of outlaws known
as the "James gang." Adkius has been
zealous in his efforts to bring these
offenders to justice. An armed posse is
scouring the country iu pursuit of the
A TKAD1NU KO-.F:.
Her Half-Paid Company Left in Chi
cago. Chicago, III., April 2'J. Kose Kytinge,
who has been playing herein "A Winter's
Tale," supported by her company, is re
ported to have left the city, having can
celled her engagement at Detroit, where
she was to play this w eek. The members
of the company, who have been left be
hind, claim the management Is largely In
arrears to them. It is supposed that the
company will necessarily disband.
Frank James' Bond.
lino.wii.LK, Mo., April 21. Frank
James gave bond in the sum of 86,000
yesterday afternoon about live o'clock.
He is now ou our streets and draws a
bigger crowd than a circus. His future
movements are as yet unknown, but at
present he is the guest of one of our most
respected citizens. His wife is with him,
and a very estimable lady she is. Frank's
health is good, but he is looking very
pale and care-woru.
Fraley'a Liabilities at Chicago.
CuiCAiic, III., April 2'J. Fraley, who
failed In St. Louis yesterday, owes about
a hundred thousand dollars to Chicago
lirms. He is connected by marriage with
llalger, the F.nglish cottou operator, who
The "markets opened lower this morn
ing; pork aud lard decliuing tweu
ty to thirty cents. The feeliug duriug the
inoruiug was verv nervous.
Imitating Jeff Davis.
Canton, Miss., April 2i. Isaac John
son, who murdered his mistress, Bella
Booker, near this placi! on the D'.th iust.,
was captured yesterday about fifteen
miles from the scene of the murder and is
now in the County Jail. He acknowledges
his guilt and waives trial before the com
mitting court. He was dressed iu wom
an's attire when arrested.
WKKl'KED HY "OPTIONS."
A Case at Shelbyville Interesting to
Shki.uyvili.k, III., April 2:". Blair &
Blair, of Chicago, have brought
a suit of foreclosure on $:!0,000
worth of real estate iu this
county, mortgaged to them some months
ago by Alexander Maun aud S. J. Frast
lieu for money advanced on option deals.
The foreclosure is opposed, and eminent
counsel are employed ou each side. Op
tion dealers regard the case with much
Hunting Them With Hounds.
Lit it. k Kock, Akk., April 2'J. Seven
convicts at work In the stone quarries
near Pluey escaped last night, seized a
hand-car on the Fort Smith Uoad, and
passed Atlas at two o'clock this morning,
working their way Into the mountains.
They are known as the most desperate of
their class, aud will desperately resist
capture. A large posse, with blood
hounds, are In pursuit.
Believed to Have Burned to Death.
Portland, Me., April 2'J. The steam
er Falmouth, of the International
Line, burned this morning. Loss, $100,
000. Portland, Mk., April 2H. Three men,
Win. Morrison, James Murphy and John
Gillis, are thought to have burned to
death on board the Falmouth. They were
on board and hr.ve not been seen since
Maryland Democratic Conventions.
Bai.timork, Mil, April 2'J. The State
Democratic Convention to select dele
gates to Chicago, will be held here Juno
6. The State Convention which selects
district as well as delegates-at-large to
the Congressional Convention has been
appointed for August 6.
Killed His Customer.
Piiiladki.i'iiia, Pa., April 29. Richard
Hettle, while trying to quell a disturb-
P""" f'"1'! P
Refusing a Reduction, Twolvo Thou
sand Meu Walk Out of a
Great Anxiety Felt Concerning the Fate
of the Steamship State of Florida,
Overdue From New York.
The Latest Estimates of Killed and
Wounded at the Ciudad Real Disas
ter Insurgents Responsible.
Glasgow, April 2:. Great anxiety Is
felt here regarding the steamship State
of Florida, which is several (lays overdue
from New York.
THK WtOKS OF the SHIP Bl ILOKltS
on the Clyde were reiluo'd to-day ten
per cent. Twelve thousand men are
Madrid, April 2'J. Thirty refugees,
under Mangado, who made the iucurslon
into Navarre, are beiug pursued by Span
a bind ok ixsckukxts.
Another baud of t insurgents have ap
peared In Catalonia. F:fforts will be
made to capture them.
The last reports from Ciudad lieal re
garding the railway disaster on Sunday,
place the number of persons lnissitig at
110. The Government adheres to the be
lief that the revolutionary party Is re
sponsible for the outrage.
London, April 2'J. Sir Evelyn Baring,
British Minister to Egypt, arrived at Lon
don Suuday, and during most of the time
yesterday was In conference with Glad
stone and Granville. The details of the
conference have not yet transpired, but
sutticieut has been learned to indicate
that Sir Evelyn's return was at his own
request, to consult with the Government
on the present condition of Egyptian
affairs. He has lound lu Impossible to
tarry out the policy originally framed by
Her Majesty's ministers, aud that it will
be necessary to recast it if good order
and stable government are to be re-established.
It is stated that Sir Evelyn would
never have asked leave to come to Eng
land had affairs not reached a critical and
even a dangerous stage.
London, April 2'J. The Porte has In
formed England that Turkey will partici
pate in the International Conference on
Egyptian affairs, provided the meetings
lie held in Constantinople.
Lusp.'y April 2'J. The Convocation
at ()xfoi; v'niversity, by a vote of 4',4 to
K21, approved of the admission of women
to honorary examinations.
London, April 2'J. The time having
expired within which the liajah of Teuom
In Sumatra was ordered to release the
crew of the wrecked British steamer
Nisers, a British force w ill be sent against
the liajah to rescue the crew. The expe
dition is approved by the Government of
London, April 2'J. The Lord Mayor
has declined to open a fund for the relief
of General Gordon.
Vienna, April 2J. The Vienna branch
of the Jewish alliance voted a large sum
of money to the Monteiiero Aid Society
of New York to be used in aiding Jew
ish emigrants who take refuge Iu the
L'uited Stated from Russian persecution.
Bkhi.ix, April 2'J. The Committee of
the Keichstag to which the bill prolong
ing the special anti-social law was re
ferred, has adopted, by a vote of thirteen
to seven, the motion of Dr. Windhorst to
eliminate from it the anti-social clause,
empowering the Government to prohibit
socialistic meetings, llerr Puttkamer de
clared that unless the bill remained una
mended it would be rejected.
St. Johns, X. B., April 2'J. Twelve
men were reported killed or drowned
ou the schooner Paquebot yesterday by
A SKXSAITOXAL CONFESSION.
Qcehec, April 2'J. Kichardson, the
safe burglar just sentenced, has con
fessed to a plot between the burglars
and a bank o Ulcer to clean out a bank.
A lU'siNKSS BOOM.
The Significance of Secretary Folger'a
Visit to the Metropolis.
New Y'ouk, April 2'J. The real object
of the visit of Secretary F'olger to New
York yesterday was, it is learned on
reliable authority, to start a business
boom iu the interest of President
Arthur's caudldacy. Duriug the day he
had a private conference with Johnny
O'Brien, Mr. W. Cooper, Stephen
French and others, at which a commit
tee was appointed to arrange for
a mass meeting to be held at
the earliest practicable day.
The boom Is to be worked up quietly and
the meeting Is to be the result of a "call"
representing the "business interests" In
New York in vvhiuli the President is to be
urged to "accept" the Chicago nomina
tion in the Interest of the commercial in
terest of the whole couutry. The Presi
dent's friends will leave nothing undone
iu order to make the meeting spontaneous,
but with what success remains to be seen.
Mr. Arthur will visit New York next, and
Mr. Blaine Is also contemplating an early
visit to thc.inetropolis.
Left Their Knives.
Shei.iiyvh.i.e, III., April 2H. The
houses of 11. E. Dunweg, 1). L. Wright
and W. Y 1 latins, were entered and
robbed last night. But little money
was obtained. The burglars are sup
posed to lie the saino who committed
similar depredations last fall aud who
probably live In town. They left two
knives behind In their flight. The
detectives are hard at work ou these
Killed by a Deck-Hand.
Memphis, Tk.ntu., April 20. It Is re
ported here this roonrnlng that John Wynn,
T,iut,; ffl fiie ntv of Helena. WHS at
Insurgents are busy iu the Spanish
province of Navarre.
l'uited States Minister Noyes will re
main iu Paris the next three mouths.
Prince Rudolph of Austro-Hungary and
wife were received at Belgarde w ith great
pomp by King Milan.
Jack Cole, sailor of the Jeannette crew,
rendered insane by Siberiau hardships,
died in Washington Monday.
Iliseock and llurd opposed each other
in tariff debate yesterday. Both made
lengthy aud Important speeches.
General Badeau has writteu and pub
lished a letter explaining his reasons for
resigning the Cuban Consulate.
The Indian Rights Association is mak
ing earnest efforts before the Senate for
a more liberal provision for Indian edu
cation. Duriug the present Congress ;,83S bills
have been introduced iu the House,
against H,U21 for the same period In the
The Henry College Lottery Company,
of Louisville, Ky., has issued its farewell
on account of the Post-oflice war upou
A bill has been Introduced iu the Sen
ate to prohibit the collection of fares on
conveyances where passengers are unable
to secure seats.
All Federal parties agree that if the
Reichstag reject the uioasure prolonging
the auti-Soclalist law, dissolution of that
body shall ensue.
Samuel H. Iteyuolds, of Lancaster, Pa.,
has been appointed special counsel to
represent the ' Attorney -General lu the
trial of ex-Sepator Kellogg.
Mapleson has refused to take the Acad
emy of Music, New Y'ork, next year, un
less the directors advance 850,000 aud
spend $4.0,000 ou improvements.
The twenty-four deputies which Cuba
sends to the Spanish Cortes are composed
of eighteen Liberal Conservatives, three
Autonomists, two Independents aud one
One of the Senate amendments to the
cattle disease bill provides for the or
gauizatiou of a Bureau of Animal Indus
try, to be under thecharge of a veterinary
The number of money-order oflices es
tablished the present liscal year will be
between S00 and 1,000, or nearly twice as
many as have been established in any
The Russian Minister of Fiuance attrib
utes the gloomy condition of the finance
and trade of Russia to competition of tho
l'uited States, Canada aud India as ex
porters of wheat.
Rochefort thinks tliat the treasonable
papers alleged to have been found on
o'Kelly, the New York Ji ntld'n Soudan
correspondent, were only his credentials
as a newspaper mau.
A terrible tire iu Panama Sunday night
destroyed half a million worth of prop
erty. The soldiery was ordered out to
suppress the plundering mob. Most of
the buildings were wood. Hamburg In
surance oilices are the chief losers.
Jennie Goff, a Stateu Island girl who
has lived alone with her younger s&ter,
was atfacked by a uegro burglar the other
night and proved too much for him. She
scratched his face, blacked his eyes and
dually knocked him from a second-story
Twelve Men Drowned.
Sr. Johns, N. F., April 21. The French
banking schooner Pacquot was run down
yesterday forty miles southeast of St.
Pierre by, the Norwegian bark Venus, Injuud
from Liverpool to (Quebec. Twelve men
Grain and Provisions.
TUESDAY, APK1L 2'J.
Cotton Steady; middlmir, HVtUlc.
Fi.oLK-Steaily; XXX to choice, fi.u34.75:
Wnr.AT-Steii.lv; No. 2 lied, fL10',1.12'i;
Xo. a Iteil. HsiKiijil.uo
Cons Steady: No. 2 mixed, 30&51c; No. 2
white mixed, ;V4J-V!c.
0. vTs-Steady: X..2. W4KUc, 0
Kyk Finn; Xo. 2, .WyHc.
Ton vi'Co-Kii tn; lu-'s common to choice,
$.-.7.V;.c!iUHi; leaf; common red leaf, $S.(iu.J
lium: medium to itikmI t I-."ciI7.5u.
H Ay Prairie ifHi.nuil l.im for urime; lL.WA
YiM for choice; mixed if Ki.,,1.", for common to
prime; timothy flails fur prime to fancy.
Hi ri KK Sternly: (oice to fancy crcauicrv,
i"isc; dairy, prune to choice, aKjiSic; nuii 3ie
lor selections; low trades nominal.
KoiiS Weak, at He.c.
poTATOKS-Dull; Kastcrn Hiirluuik,4ikv'fc!'ic;
lhe and Peerless dull at :iv,r;i;i,t.. Northern
stuck very hard to sell at a!,:.'4c, and Bottom
stock at IVilV.
Pouk Dull; standard mess, fl7.U0; Jhard
1. Min Steady; prime steam, nominal at
IIA( on I.ontrs, 9'84i!1e; shorts, W.'ic:
clear rihs, H'4c.
Wool. Tuli-wicdieil choice, ?Tt;Mc me
dium, i.t'e; unwashed medium, 2:k;kMc; low
mid coarse irrades. l.Vr.-c.
Hides (,'iiiet; drv Hint, l-S'Jc; damiwd,
l'i'jc: tmllsiirsia.-s. III Vile; dry salted, :)c;
dry salted, ihniinifeil, lie; kip and calf, salted,
l".,e; daaiaired, 7l.c; Dulls mid stas, Co; green,
unciired, sl4c; (ianiaired, lie.
Siikkp Pr.i.TS Steady; ri n, 70V4!mc; dry
do, 40" ik'., as to amount and iiualitvof wool:
(rreen sliearlinirs, l.V; dry do, ltk(l.'c; lamb
skins, L' n'i'ic.
Wheat Sternly: April K(e; May, itPic;
June. '.'.VV; July, HV-jC.
( ou. Firmer; April, M'v May, 51'ie;
June, "7e: July, Wtv; Aujriist. .Vte.
oats Lower; April, &e; May, tf.'V; June.
.ri',c: July. :(.
flPoUK-l.ower; May, flii.'.l",; June, fI7.15;
uly. I7.-J"). !
Laud Lower; May, fs.i,-,; June, ' JS.5.-,;
Julv, ?s lu.
SiioitT Kins May, fs.2.1; June, $s.:t",-J;
Wheat Hiirher; No. lied, May, Jl.KVJ
l.MV; June, Jl.l:i.il.i;pe; July, $t.usv4
Colts Higher; May, )',; June, KtWSc;
July, id' -e.
oats steady; No. 2, mixed, May, 37'
31ic: June, its'.ise.
Phovisions I'ork Oulet; spot mess. il."i)
17..VI. Lard-Firm; steam. May, fs.iiU6iS.su.
Live Stock Markets.
Hnos Receipts, '-"-'.(I: fairly nctivo; iibout
" lower; litrlil. fi.(NK.-4-'.0; ninth piickinir,
f.V!,i"t.7ii; heavy packing and shipping,
CATTLE lierelpts, .): slow but steady;
exports, f.liV.6ii.;: koo.I to choice,, f'i.siii,j
il. in: common y fair, $.".liwj..r.7(i.
Siikki' Heeeipts, u'.VW; brisk; common to
Cattle Dull; extrn steers, M.jiiCM.flO;
ifoud to choice, f.).7rx.eii.OO; mi.xo.l butchers'.
sh ee i Active; fair to (rood Western
fheep, $..7nh?B.n; choice to fancy, $1.0ii4ft7.1u;
fair to (rood lambs, M.2.Y't.flo.
Moos DiJI; irood to choice Yorkers. $j.arti
(Mm; (ronl7.iedlum weights, il.ojuj.lS; pjjfs,
I Cattle ItiMieljiis, 1.0M; tidv; nativ
Ptoers, 1,0111 to 1.400 lid avPMtto, $.1 lOrtt.SO;
Itockur and feeders, H.M.w. cows, $a.UnA
Htum Meeoipt. HOIK): active and UX
Mil-Hi n 'mmi '! -- r
For sale cheap, at corner 17th and Wash
ington Ave., next building above the Post
will please take notice that all pergonal
taxes must be paid on or before the first
day of May. If not paid, the interest will
be charged with cost of collecting the taxei.
Sheriff and Tax Collector.
Having established myself in the Under
taking business in Cairo on Commercial
Avenue, between 11th and 12th street, I
respectfully invite all who are in need of
anything in my line to give me a call. I
keep iu stock all kinds ot coffins, metal
caskets, &c, also all kinds of furniture,
repairing and cabinet work done. Prices
reasonable. li-lm Jacob Fleck.
Legal Blanks Kept For Sale
at TriK Bulletin office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Heal Estate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, &c.
An Answer Wanted.
Can any one bring us a case of Kidney
or Liver complaint that Electric Bitters
will not speedily cure? We say they can
not, as thousands of cases already perma
nently cured and who are daily recommend
ing Electric Bitters, will prove. Bright's
disease, diabetes, weak baclr,or any urinary
complaint quickly cured. They purify tho
blood, regulate the bowels, and act direct
ly on the diseased parts. Every bottle guar
anteed. For sale at 50c. a bottle by Barclay
tfucKien's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It in guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
'25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
A Lawyer's Opinion of Interest to all.
J. A. Tawney, Esq., a leading attorney
of Winona, Minn., writes: "After using it
for more than three years, I take great
p'easure in sating that I regard Dr. King s
New Discovery for consumption, as the
best remedy in the world for coughs and
colds. It has never failed to cure the most
severe colds I have had, and invariably re
lieves the pain in the chest."
Trial bottles of this sura cure for all
throat and lung diseases may be bad free
at Barclay Brwa' drug store. Large size,
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth?, If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of one of tho oldest and best female
nurses and physicians in tho United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
The well-known strengthening properties
ot I in i.v, com buied with other tonics and a
perfect nervine, are found in Carter's Iron
Pills, which strengthen the nerves and body,
and improve the blood and complexion.
Look out for Your Head !
No matter what parts it may finally
affect, catarrh always starts in the head, and
belongs to the head. There is no mystery
about the origic of tLis direful disease. It
begins in a neglected cold. One of the
kind that is "sure to be better in a few
days." Thousands ot victims know how it
is by sad experience. Ely's Cream Balm
cures colds in the head and catarrh in all
its stages. Not a snuff nor a liquid. Ap
plied with the finger to the nostrils.
Why suffer with Malaria? Emory's Stand
ard Cure Pills are iufalliable, never fail to
cure the most obstinate cases; purely vege
table. 25 cents. (2)
"Kougli on Coughs,"
Ask for "Rough on Coughs," for coughs,
colds, sore throat, hoarseness, troches, 15c.
Decline ot Man.
Nervous, weakness, dyspepsia, impotence,
sexual debility, cured by "Wells' Health
Mother Swati's Worm Syrup.
Infallible, tasteless, cathartic; for fever
ishucss, restlessness, worms, constipation.
Sr. Louis, Mo., July 24th, 1883. Tin
stiffuess is all gone from my neck. A few
applications ot Merrell's Penetrating Oil
entirely cure I it. It is a wonderful Lipi
ment, and I am greatly obliged to you for
recommending it. Very truly,
IIknkv C. Dunne,
Sup'tof Night Mail, St. Louis, Mo.
Vetii. Vidi. Vip.l T mmo. T saw T con
quered is adaptable to Allen's Bilious
fhysic. It quickly relieves Constipation,
Piles, Sick Headache, &c, 25 Cents. At
all Druggists. ()
Ninon de L'iirclos,
the celebrated French beauty, enthralled
hearts at tho age of seventy. She took care
of her toeth. So ought all her charming
sex. Any lady wbnse toilet tablt lacks it,
should procure SOZODONTand use It reg
ularly. Her mirror will soon reflect ft row
of teeth shinning the pearls of the Orleat
in beauty, making a charmirg contrast
with tho vermillion tint of tho lips. No
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