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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILL., THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 1, 188k
eoutalim many IrlhU
. ful stories or most, utv-
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win i . y lll0h0 wl" n '"art H tj t hat m- .st
u rrll.lo tonn.iit, Neiirnlifln. 'J o get rid of this
martyrdom la the tirst business ol uli who hufltr.
Athlophoro., regenerates painful nerves,
aud drives out the 'horrors ol Neuralgia.
Athlophoroh gives health to Rheumatic
sufferers whom the most HkmTul phyileuai
have noC becu ublu to lieaL
Atiiloi'Horo- operates on tlic Mood, mus
cles, uiul Joints; nna dissolving tho bi'I'Ih th it
cause HhtuinaLbm, removes them Irom the
Atiiloi'Iiokom is pronounced by all win
have tried It an Infallible. Hpecllie, for tin,-
Obstinate UiiU poUiIUl lUaCiiiCa.
Read the testimony of one of the
sufferers. David Little, Sum
ner, Benner Co., Iowa, writes:
" I Mil pant 77 years of age, Lave bad the UheumaUi- :a
three year and eight month; lout rnie-thiril i if i;.y
weight; could but w&U, but ihuaiud aluU' . u
crotch!; could nut alueji; nerve "hatterol, :.o
"trenirth lu niy hand", wrist, km. or fwt. I; it
thank bcUiUiKlforyourimatdiiicovi-ry! Tlinun 1
icine armed Hatunluy night 1 tor.k a iluwe Surnliy
morning, Mt It all over me. aud kij4 ou i:h ;t
Mnnday morning I (rot up and drcwed myself, ai i
walked out into Uie kit. heii without tliu aid of rrut h
or cane, and wi-lu-d t'lim all a happy New Year. I n -t
tll mgtiuj, am gsiijintr lu strength, aud once iu ro
nJoy lift;. Wish I could put Atiii-opiiouob In t .u
han On of every "uHercr I rwin this terrible disease."
If ynu cannot M ATiu.OMioKOHf.f your lnwrl t,
wb wUl end it eiprvm paid, on pmipt of nyuUr
prl. o-one dullar r b. .ttle. We prefer thatymi bi.y
It from your dnitiyift. In.t if tie hasn't it, do Iwt f
l-rsuadi-d to try K.ju.i:th.ng vim; but order at oil m
fniui un an directed.
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At.alvsM by Dr. A. Wicker, F. ll S., (0:1.
sultii.i; ( l.ui.ht Itoyal As'M ultur d So.1ct..',
Ktiglaiid. hli"s oil I v h ir.ee of hlir;ili-s u
lii.ieKW.'ll's I'.iill 1 1'irh.iin Ti.brin. Tie- sell
of the (olden l;. !t. or Nnriln aroiiiiii. In which
this tobaoi o is ifrow n, umi i mi'jily ultra'cstu
the leaf. 1 ti.a H the v.: ret of li li.-lli lous
Uilliliiei Noihirik' & I'un- a:. d liiiur.oni fur
hii.o)v.li.H-. linti l f.ii-,'et the braiel. Noiie5'".,!i
Ulne wllhout the t.'aJ'.--UaIk Ot tliC- U'JlII AU
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CAIRO CiTI LIVEHy, FEED and
Cdiniiici ciiil A v.. let. 8th i 9th Sts.
X. I5.TIIISTLEW00D, Tropr.
(it(J Tarnoiit-i at Rctmiible Rates.
toi'Hes bonrilcil ami well ctiri'd
TKLKl'HONK NO. 1:11.
C. r. IIEXDERSOJT,
No. 1 HI Commercial Ave.,
Solo Aaront foi tin: (Vlehrutod
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RANGES & STOVES.
Miinifacturer and Dealer la
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron hi
HEADyUAKTEKS I OR
HuiUUra' llnrilwnre and 1'nrpeut' m' Tool.'.Tnh.'e
and Pocket rutlerv, bent in the m.irkfl. lintfer
llros.' t'luled Knlven. Forks mm Snoonn, (Iriuiite
Iron Ware. Merita Kartheuware, sVh.te Mountain
Freez.Tii, Water Cnolern, Hi;Mieratur', Clotttea
Wrlni:ern, t'roivn Fluteri. St V I.a Llu'e. (larden
IntplemeiitH, (loldeii Mar Oil Stoves- let lu the
world, I.HiiipH uf every den ri tion. K'.aiu Oil,
t'ar(H t Swei-nern, atlier Hinders. I'.roonin, Win
dow Screen ,V're Cloth, Full supply ol Fiihin(
The almto .t rocu Imttoin price".
Corner I.'tli and Coinmercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. Vi
JiTKW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORK CO,
( or. Nineteenth street I
Clailson & Bowers,
PABULUM FOR POLITICIANS.
Tho Man and Brother Meets at
PittBburg-h and Resolves That
Ho Is Abused.
lien. Butler Indorsed by the Massachusetts
State Democratic Convention In
structions for Him Tabled.
The Bay State Republicans Lean Toward
Arthur and Lincoln and Indorse
l'rrr.-iu Kiiii, P., April 30. The col
ored conference was culled to order ut
ten o'clock, at which time there was a
larejt attendance in the lobby, the major
ity Ijciiijr colored residents of this city.
Within the bur a number ol ladies were
provided w ith seats,
The proceedings opened with prayer,
after which the delegates not enrolled
were placed in the hands of the Commit
tee on Credentials.
Kev. Smith suggested that members of
the conference now contribute the ex
penses, which was done, occupying con
At the conclusion of this ceremony
iieorii: 1 )o Hint;, of lihode Island, pre
wnted the following resolutions, without
V.v. in (, That kcpubllcau and Demo
cratic managers have not, us a rule, re
spected the rights anil proper feelings of
colored citizens iu the management of
their parties and in the administrations
to which they have been selected and
R'foh-fd, That this has been true In the
face of reputed appeals and protests on
the part ot the colored people aud their
J:"li-il, That we cherish the hope that
the above parties will see that it is politic
at least it change tiicir policies ia this
y.'-(.i.f, That we observe the slgniil
cant evidence of a cliauiie in the direction
hoped for on the part of some of the
y.'.-'-.'v,, That it is both politic and
manly for the colored voter to await
events and declarations, and not at the
pre.M-nt time to commit himself to any
7o .'.fV. it, That these resolutions be eon-."oli-red
in executive session.
After some animated discussion as to
t licthi-r the resolution should be con
sidered iu executive session, tile order for
the day was takeu up, ami the value of
organization taken up for discussion.
A lengthy and able address was read by
Jieiineit. This was followed by an ad
dress by II. Trice Williams, It. A. of
W. II. Price (of Kansas) next addressed
the conference ou the best method of or
MAA( Hl'-KT'l'SlK.MtH ItA'l's
Ben Butler'Indoi aed -ProceedinB of the
Wu; i.s-mt, Mass., April :I0. The
Democratic Slate Convention was called
to order by .Noah A. PJymptou of the
State Committee, who made an address
indorsing Central liotier and arraigning
the. Kepublicau parly. Edward Avery
was chosen as permanent chairman, who
announced the convention ready for bus
iness. A committee to receive ballots fur
four deleL'ates-at-largi; was appointed.
The platform deprecates class distinc
tions or the creation of monopolies, ad
vocates freiUent elections, reallirms the
resolutions of the last Democratic Con
vention, denounces the accumulation of
surplus revenue, ' demands recognition
of the rights of working people, de
nounces tile Kepublicau neglect of the
tl-herit'S, demands a reductioti of the tar
iff, that taxation be removed from the
necessaries of life, and tenders thanks to
liutier for his fearless public life.
1!. F. liutier, J. (I. Abbott, M. J. Mc
Cufferty ami Jas. Dclaney were chosen
delcgates-at-large to the National Con
vention. A motion to instruct the delegates to
vote for liutier was tabled. Adjourned.
lio.si'oN, Mass;., April 30. The Itepub
lican State Convention was called to or
der in Tremont Temple at eleven o'clock
by Cabot Lodge, chairman of the State
liev. Edward Everett Hale offered
Mr. Lodue delivered a careful and con
servative address in which he said : The
sentiment of the State is strongly iu favor
of the nomination of the distinguished
Senator from Vermont. With him we
would associate the honored aud able
son of the mau w hose name is dear to
liepublicans beyond all others, Hobert T.
Lincoln, of Illinois. With such a candi
date victory was sure, and iu the hands
of men so (ualliled the best interests of
the country would be safe.
lion. Johu D. Lord was chosen to pre
side. The Committee ou Resolutions, headed
by ex-Congressman Crapo submitted a
platform, which rs introduced by a pre
amble claiming that the Republicans have
done well lor the couutry, aud have won
the right reward of the con
fidence of the masses, and reaf
firms National us distinguished from the
State rights doctrine, declaring that the
general government has and ought to
have sulllcletit power to make all laws for
the benellt of the people.
The llrst resolution sets forth that
everyone who is entitled to vote should
have" the privilege without any attempt to
thwart theiu by laws passed for that pur
pose. The tariff resolution calls for reduction
In a scientific manner, and recognizing
the necessity of reform in this direction,
condemning the form set forth by the
The civil service plan declares tho
civil service reform a success, and con
gratulates thu party that the measure has
beeu carried through lu spite of Demo
cratic opposition, and recommends tho
adoption of the civil services rales in
States and cities.
President Arthur's administration is
strongly commended, and he is recom
mended for consideration and cordial
thanks for thu conduct of his office.
This resolution expresses the hope that
the candidate nominated at Chicago have
diameter, such as will enable all Repub
licans to vote for him.
Geo. V. Hoar, W. W. Crapo, Jno. D.
Ixnig aud Henry Cabot Lodge were elect-
Cmciuo, III., April 30. The epecta
tors on State street, just below Hubbard,
Court, were treated to a novel sight at
about 1 p. in. A tall man, dressed in a
fluttering white garment, was seen is.su
ing from the windows of the Exposition
Hotel, and with a graceful stride, like a
rope-alker, he perambulated a uas-pipe
leading from the building to the huge
sign in front of the house. His eyes
were tightly closed, aud it was at once
seen that he was in a somnambu
listic state. His perilous position
was fully twenty feet above tho pave
ment, yet he was apparently very com
fortable. Two police officers, happen
ing along at that moment, succeeded
in rescuing the sleep-walker. His name
was John C. Meyers, and he is an
Englishman, who arrived in the city
Saturday night via the (irand Trunk
Itoad. He was stopping at this hotel,
and was perfectly thuuder-strlcken when
aroused from his sleep. For safe-keeping
it was deemed best to lock him up at
the armory until morning.
ANOTHER AMi EL.
Allen Ingalla Put on Wingra- Whither
Cincinnati, 0., April 80. Allen Iu
galls, one of the burkers w ho murdered
the Taylor family at Avoudale, February
15, was found hanging iu .his cell at the
County Jail this morning having used a
piece torn from his blanket. He did not
answer when called to breakfast, but
uothiug was thought of it as his des
pondency resulted iu his talking very
little recently. Ho was heard to groan
about 4 a. in., which is supposed to be
the time he committed thu act. The
blanket was fastened to the ceil window.
The body was in a kneeling position, the
toes resting on the floor, his knees ul
inost touching. He died of strangu
lation. Another prisoner lust
night had written a letter
to Ingulfs wife for him, and scut word
in the iuorniug to kuovv if he wanted him
to write anything more. It was at this
time the body was Jouud aud cut dowu
by his fellow prisoners. He died in the
cell which he has occupied ever since his
incarceration. His trial, aud that of his
accomplice, Uen Johnson, was set for
May lo Johnson is greatly affected by
Iugall's suicide. He will be watched
closely. The letter of Ingulls to his wife
was very affectionate, speaking of the
happy days they had spent together,
which they never would enjoy ugaiu;
hoped to meet her lu heaven where they
should enjoy an eternal happiness lor
ever aud ever.
What Men Will Do for Money.
Chicago, III., April 30. The police
are trying to tiud the friends of a home
less immigrant girl named Mary Kedell
who came to this city to live with her
cousin, Williaiu Baltn, a saloon-keeper
and grocer. Iialeu's name is not In the
directory, aud he can not be found. It
Is uot known which road the girl arrived
on, as she was fouud near the cor
uer of Clark and Madisou streets,
wandering aimlessly about. From
the story she tells, however, she was
the victim of hotel sharps, who infest
every depot in the city. Some of them
took her to a saloon ana on some pretext
got possession of her pocketbook contain
ing nearly 100, and then cast her adrift
to wander about a strange city. JJv this
act of robbery the girl is left penniless.
She Is of very attractive appearance, and
intelligent. She came direct from some
small town in Saxony.
SMOKY C ITY NtWS.
Pittsuckoh, Pa., April 80. A secret
meeting of the galvanized iron workers
was held in this city to-day lor the pur
pose of forming a protective organiza
tion. Members of the Conuellsville Coke
Pool are to-day considering the advis
ability of increasing the price of coke, to
take effect on May 1st. The demand is
increasing, and it is now said that the
trade will justify ruuniug to nearly their
full capacity, so that the suspeusiou
Thursday may be dispensed with after
A meeting of the window-glass manu
facturers has just been held, at which it
was decided to increase the price of g!us
ten per ceat. The manufacturers' de
clined to speak ou the subject. As the
workers' wages are regulated by a scale
based on the selliug price of glass, the
increased rates means an increase of
A reduction in the price of mining
takes place iu the fourth pool to-morrow.
President Costello believes the reduction
unjustifiable, aud will advocate a general
strike at all the pits iu the pool.
GONK TO JOIN FKALKY.
Tim Keene, the Millionaire Californian,
St. Loits, Mo., April 30. Telegrams
from Chicago report the failure of Jim
Keene, the celebrated speculator. He is
Baid to have laid down on his contracts
in New York, having beeu long on stocks.
Several years ago Keene came from Cali
fornia a millionaire. He attempted to
"corner" the world in wheat and lost the
greater portion of his fortune. Since then
he has dealt entirely iu stocks in Wall
street aud generally with ill success.
Quincv'a Troubles not Ended.
tiii.vcY, III., April 30. The foundry
troubles are not over. The non-union
men are guarded and the police force is
doubled. The arrival of a new importa
tion of "scabs" to-morrow will be fol
lowed by the recurrence of tho scenes of
The deaths of II. B. Smith and Henry
Hellhake removes two old citizens. Mrs.
II. P. Prentiss, wife of a former pastor, is
Intelligence was received here late to
day of the burning by incendiaries of the
oillce of the Milan, Mo., Ifamdard. The
paper has vigorously fought a bad ele
ment In that town and it is supposed that
revenge was the motive.
On Account of Their Wives.
St. Joseph, Mo., April 30. Christ.
Clink was arrested yesterday for attempt
ing to shoot Adam Axhelin ou South
Eighth street. The mun are brothers-in-law
and the quarrel was fostered by their
BUbbed in the Back. .
Louisvillk, III., April 30. M. II.
Presley, a prominent citizen of this
county, was stabbed In the back late yes
terday afternoon by a man nuuted Ilcun
g&te, who ttvnow to fall, Presley Is hi a
Whkt a Day Has Drought Forth
in tho Fortunes of tho
Eowell Still in the Lead With Fitzgerald
Dogging His Steps Only Twelve
The Englishman Starts in To-Day to
Overtake the Record, Which He
Expects to Beat To-Morrow.
Xkw Yoiik, April 30. The six days'
race of chutnpiuus ut the Madisou Simare
Lardch Is becoming more interesting,
from the fact that four of the leading con
testants, Howell, Fitzgerald, Herty and
Noremae are gradually getting closer to
gether, which indicates that a very close
race for the ii.t place will be the result.
Rowell realizes that the lead is precari
ous, and regards Fitzgerald as his most
dangerous opponent. Fitzgerald follows
like a sleuth hound and allows him no
rest. Herty and Noremau arc prepared
to take second place at the first
opportunity. Pauchot, Vint aud Elsou
have sriven up hopes of securing llrst or
second place. Day, who lost his chances
by overtaxing his strength on Monday,
continues on the track, aiming to cover
Wo miles, returning home with at least
decent record. Thompson, is wrecked;
uoue will be surprised at his drawing out
at any moment. Tho Indian lias shown
wonderful pluck in his physical suffering,
itid may continue until Saturday night.
Utirreli drew out outhe completion olhis
1-oth mile ut seven o'clock this luorniuz.
He complained that he couldn't walk
without eating, and his backer refused to
tand by him, and he had no money of his
jvvn to buy food. At uoon there was but
i slight attendance of spectators iu the
garden. The seven leading men were in
iirst-cJass condition, iiuwell expects to
make a gain of several miles ou the record
to-day. He is contidetit that by noon to
morrow he will be even with it, and on
Friday expects to beat the record.
The following tables show the relative
positions of the contestants at the hours
Tim:i day 10 a. M.
lliii rell out. .
Ji V4 i
TIIIltD DY IL' M.
?.! ! I'ancliot...
-o :i KImhi
"',j 1 Day
-M -i; Nitaw
More nine. ..
TIIIltD DY 1 I'. M.
- U I I'llllCUOt...
-.'.V-i-l I lav
TIIIltD DAY - I'. M.
Nun inao. .
ITIIKD DAY 3 I'. M.
Itowcll . .
N oreinae . .
His Last Report.
Nkw Youk, April 30. Samuel T. Don
nelly, a reporter on the San, who w as in
jured at a lire last night, diel at the
Chambers Street Hospital this morning.
Although Donnelly had been connected
with the Shu but a few years, he was an
j'A newspaper man, familiar with the
Heat engines of the press, both East aud
West. He was thirty years of age, genial,
jenerous, upright and honorable. He
eaves a wife aud one child.
Saline County Democrats.
Marshall, Mo., April 30. A large
.rowd of Democrats were addressed last
night, by James M. Salteustull and
Richard Nicholas, candidates for State
Semite, and Vincent Marmaduke. Gen
?ral Marmaduke is in the city, but was
not present. The Democratic County
Central Committee met here yesterday.
McHugh Must Hang.
Cincinnati, (.., April SO. The Timvs
Stui'' Columbus special says: "Gov-
.rnor Hoadly has written a letter to the
ittorneys of Win. McHugh, sentenced to
ae hung Friday next, decliiiiiisi to inter
fere with the course of the law."
New Hampshire Republicans.
Concokd, N. ., April 80. The Re
publican State Convention organized by
.decting 15. F. Prescott President. Chas.
II. Sawyer was elected delegate at large,
lie is for Edmunds first, Arthur second,
lieorge A. Stovvel was elected. lie is for
lilaine llrst, Arthur secoud.
r i: LEU KAl'III C It UK V IT I ES.
The Indian Rights Association Ls nuk
tig earnest efforts before the Senate for
i more, liberal provision for Indian edu
:atiou. The annual session of the District
Medical Society of Central Illinois was
icld iu Pana Tuesday with a good at
tendance. The Republican Convention of the
Second Vermont Congressional District
festerday elected It. F. Filleld and Col
melT. C. Fletcher, delegates to Chicago.
H. H. Strait was renominated for Con
jress Tuesday at Fairibault, Minn. It
is supposed Elaine delegates to Chicago
were nominated, but they were not in
ttrticted. The New Hampshire Kepublicau Cou
.ention, for the choice of four delegates-it-large
to Chicago, was held yesterday.
The First West Virginia Republican
District Convention Tuesilay elected S.
l Jacobs aud C. P. Thompson delegates
Chicago. Both are understood to bo
Maine mcu, butaro uniustructod.
In the Fourth Congressional District of
Malno Tuesday resolutions favoring
Blaine for President and Boutolle for
Congress were adopted. Austiu Harris
lud H. A. Thompson were cnoseu dele--ates
The Republican Convention of the
Fourth Cougreasioual District of Minnes
iota by aockmation Tuesday elected
Stanford Newell aud K. B. Laugdoa aele
jatcs tothe National ConvenU.au, with J.
rv. Stacey and Jolm F. Barker ti" utter-
t SCOT-HthU hCOItr'.S.
London, April 30. In the race at New
mtrket for the two thousand guineas,
Toys Scot-free came In llrst, Gerard's St.
Wedard, second, and Sir J. Wllloughby's
Harvester, third. Ten horses ran.
London, April 30. M. Waddington,
the French Minister, returns from 1'aris
to Loudon to-night. He will inform
Granville of Ferry's views regarding tho
proposed conference of the powers lu re
gard to Egypt.
Cairo, April 30. Preparations continue
for the dispatch of Egyptian troops to
South Africa. d
CaI'F.Town, April 30. In suppressing
the riotous striking laborers in tho dia
mond fields the police killed aud wounded
Toronto, April 30. Judge Hagarty
has been appointed Chief Justice of the
Court of Appeals.
LYNCH KKS IX COUNSEL.
The Murderers ofiOld Man Jellerson
Ai.tji.tion, Ia., April 30. John A.
Smith, Joel J. Wilson and Cicero Jeller
son, who murdered old man Jellerson, will
not be tried until August 18. Thu town
is very quiet to all outside appearances,
but no one here believes the trio will ever
come to trial. The Sheriff expects an at
tack aud keeps the jail closely guarded
and stored with amunition. A large num
ber of extra police have beeu sworn In.
Last night a determined lot of men met
and it is thought, formulated plans for
lynching. No trouble Is expected before
to-night or to-morrow. Smith and Wil
son have many wealthy relatives and ex
pect to clear themselves by showing that
the mother and son killed tho old' man.
Serious Fire-Bedell Dead.
Chicago, III., April 30. A disastrous
fire swept away an entire block of frame
buildings at Sixty-third street early this
morning. Payne's livery stable with
twelve horses and the Sherwood House
were burned. Some tiarrow escapes from
death occurred at the hotel. Total loss
Ciuc.uio, III., April 30. Among the
buildings burned in the Englewood lire
this morning was the Sherwood House, a
frame structure, through which the names
spread so rapidly that the guests had to
leap from the upper story In their uight
clothes. There was no loss of life, how
ever. The buildings destroyed were all
frame, and the loss will uot exceed 15,-
George Bedell, nrotirie.tor of a
cleaning establishment, who was shot
yesterday by au employe, died this morn
ing. He leaves a wife aud child.
Deadly Sauer Kraut.
Baltimokk, Md., Anril 30. The Free
family, consisting of Charles, Minnie,
Mary, Aggie and Annie, ate some sauer
kraut a few clays since aud have all been
poisoned by some foreign substance con
tained in it. Charles died this morning
uud the lirst three girls are supposed to
be dying. The family physician tried to
suppress the case, but It was discovered
by reporters aud the police will investi
gate. MARKET REPORTS.
Grain and Provisions.
WEDNESDAY, APIULW, 1KR4.
CoT-ros-SU'iuly; miiMlmy, HS,12e.
KMit ii-Stetuly; XXX to choice, ta.tio4.75:
WiiKAT-Hiifh.-r; No. 2 Red, JLUJiULH;
No. aiteil, l.nXJJ.(K't. -.
CoitN-Lower; No. 2 mixed, 4!)',SfjJ.e: No. 2
whit; mixed, SMVc-ViSe. '
OATS-Steiiily; No. W.Uc.
Hye Dull: No. S, 5'.i;,('fciilo.
ToiiAci o-Fiiui; lud common to choice,
f .7.";10.00; lent; common red leaf, is uiua
lu.oo; medium to irooil tlU.Ktiil-.Hi.
Hay Prairie W.utHll.iio for prime; U.KVia
12.no for choice; mixed HkV(.,' for common to
prime; timotliy t lfWi,ls lor prime to fancy.
Hi ttkh Sternly: choice to fanev ereumerr
Jo-'CIe; dairy, prime to choice, SJWiic; and a'io
tor selections; low grades nominal.
EiMis Weak, at lOi'olil'.e.
l'oTAToKs-Dull; Eastern Itiirlmnk, 40U42o;
Rose and Peerless dull nt ;iocit.",c. Northern
iVHJe; Bottom stock at MvSic.
Home Dull; standard mess, f 17.00; hard
l.AHii Steady; prime steam, nominal at
Bacon Longs. 9e; shorts, OVGO'ic; clear
wool Tub-washed choice, n'tlc; me
iliimi.ritco; unwashed medium, ZK&Uo; low
uud course irrudos. l.V.j.lso.
HiiiKS-Quiet; dry Hint. lS'je; damiurod.
l.V,c; hulls or stars, Htyrrllc; dry salted, l:ic;
dry salted, damaged, lie; kip and calf, suited,
Idi es da-iiavfeU, 7L4c: bullsund stags, tic; green,
uneured, s'4e; damaged, '4o.
Sid:ki I'ki.ts sternly; green. 7iJ!Hle: dry
do, 4il'i,7de., as to uiiiouut and iualitvof wool;
green shearlings, Lie; dry do, iml.te; lamb
skins, S Ajc.
WTikat Lower; April lllc; May, Olc;
June.KI',c; July, W4e.
OiKX-l.nwer; April, .-ttSc; May, Klc;
June, ;nc: .Inly, .Vi v: August, "i7'.,,e.
()ATS-Kinner; April, ;f4e; May, ;tl '.(-June,
SI'sc; Julv. :CI'e. '
I'oKK-hnner; May, 117.00; June, $17.17'i;
l.Aini-Weitker; May, fS.W; June, $s.M'i;
July, s. it"-,.
shout Uitts-May, JS.2-."i; June, $iM;
Wheat Steady; No. 2 Hod, May, fUOQ
Mi; June, ft.I'i; July, tl.OS-i.
Coils Higher; April, liAe: May, Hi ttlc;
June, 1IV4 'OwiVjc: Julv. lA'iC.
OATS-Steady; No. 2, mixed, May, M'.GJ
U"TH.-, tlllll,-, .K--WU...10-41.-,
I'uovisions Pork Unlet: snot mens. l(l.75
7.00. I.ard Firm; steam, May, $s.:is: Juno,
Live Stock Markets.
Hons UeeelnM, S.ik: fairly active and !Wi
Mo lower; light, f.liUi.70; rough packing,
tn.ZiVSM; heavy packing and uhlpplng,
Catti.k Receipts, 4.700; strong ami brisk;
exports, (ii.2iViail.70; good to choice, f.,.75(A
tt.20: common to fair, tA.2AfiJi.7A.
Siikki' Heeeipts, l,W0; active; common to
r- . .. T, , M . r..l ... .... 1 -
1.1 l 1 1. r. I'll"!. ion 17 Kiiiiil, C'J iH6IJJI
light, 5.2D4j5.iUj mixed butchers'. 4.20ia
. . . . 1 ... 1 . r.. 1 . M. .
DRur ni'um, imr 10 goou W(Htrr
ghe.-p, 'jjlirj; ehoiee to fancy, t0.t)t iid.W);
U...,a 1... li. .
nuira-iuii, 1OCIIU1C0 lOrttPM, Ki.7"lfifl
as)tY i"i'i u,eJium WL1Kh. $.00u0.10; pg
I KANSAS CITY.
OlTTT V lnn,.l,.l. 1 Jitfl. t... . .
........ ..,v.i,.u-, i.tmij rcciuiy; naurs
steers, 1,200 to I.4H1 lbs. averag. 5.40.w).lft;
Blockers and fuedorn. iinchHiiir. ,D nu-a -i rv.i
i.m. " 1
HcMM ttnnnliifa "(100. w.Vn. nJ Kftwv.
lower; lot l5 to ;W0 lb avvnigo, $k1WV.jl
r 1 1 K r P r C (M ' I ! 1 1 . .L".
For Sale chean. at corner 17th and Waah.
ington Ave., next building above the Post
will please take notice that all peraonil
taxes must be paid on or before the firit
day of May. If not paid, the interest will
be charged with cost of collecting the ttzei.
Sheriff and Tax Collector.
Having established myself in the Under
taking business in Cairo on Commercial
Avenue, between lltli and 12th street, I
respectfully invite all who are in need of
anything iu my line to give me a call. I
keep iu stock all kinds ot coffins, metal
caskets, &c, also all kinda of furniture,
repairing and cabinet work done. Pricei
reasonable. U-liu Jacob Fleck.
Legal Blanks Kept For Sale
at Tun Bulletin office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Heal Estate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, &c.
An Answer Wanted.
Can auy 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 aud who are daily recommend
ing Electric Bitters, will prove. Bright'!
disease, diabetes, weak back, or any urinary
complaint quickly cured. They purify the
blood, regulate the bowels, and act direct
ly ou the diseased parts. Every bottle guar
anteed. For sale at 50c. a bottle by Barclay
jBucKien's Arnica salve
The Best Salvo in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Hheum, 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
S 5 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
A Lawyer's Opinion of Interest to all.
J. A. Tawney, Esip, a lending attorney
of Winona, Minn., writes: "After using it
for more than three years, I take great
pleasure 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 tho pain in the chest."
Trial bottles of this sure cure for all
tbroat and lung diseases may be bad free
at Barclay Bres' drug store. Large size,
Why suffer with Malaria? Emory's Stand
ard Cure Pills are infalliable, never fail to
cure the most obstinate cases; purely vege
table. 23 cents. (2)
I-fTou will be Hanov. Make v6nr
old things look like new by using tho Dia
mond Dyes, and you will be happy. Any
of the fashionable colors for 10c. at the
druggists. Wells, Richardson & Co., Bur.
Ladies should use a Hop Plaster over
the small of the back, as it cures all pains
and aches. 25 cts. at any drugstore. All
ready to apply. (8)
Insurance is a good thing; whether ap
plied to life or property. No less a bless
ing is anything that insures good health.
Kidney-Wort does this. It is natures great
remedy. It is a mild but efficient cathar
tic, aud acting at the same time on the
liver, kidneys and bowles, it relieves all
these organs and enables them to perform
their duties perfectly. It has wonderful
power. See advt.
A Fair Oiler.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich,
offer to send Dr, Dye's Voltaic Belt and
Applicances on trial, for thirty days, to
men, old or young, afflicted with nervous
debility, lost vitality and kindred troubles.
See advertisement in this paper. 2
in ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Along the lino of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres ot the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
12.00 to ;100 aud $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a Dronortionatn mhntn
allowed formoneypaid for tickets or freight
over tho Companies lines.
II. C. Towssekd, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
Producers of Lead.
Iu tho lead oroduetions of ih rlliTa.-
ent couutries Spain still holds the tirst
rank, tho amount reaching some 120,
000 tous iu 0110 year, or one-sixth mora
man America, wnicn comes next on the
list, whilo Germany follows with 90-
000. Of Spain's total nroduetlon soma
67,000 tous are derived from one dis-
tnct, that of Liuarcs, in which more
than 800 mines are registered. Of this;
large number, however, only a compar
atively small portion are actually work
ed on a large scale, and there are only
about fifty in which steam power u
used. The total uumbor of steam en
gines employed Is stated at 130, nearl
ono half of this number belonging
English companies; in fact most on
mining machlnory and pumping
glnes in all tho mines are of Eng