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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILL., TUESDAY MORNING, MAY C, 18IU.
It iH a f:n t that remedies almost without
timiilx-r lre,lv cmUmt the rlalm in rare til tbn HI"
that ylllh-t Kiiiri niiK humanity. Thimwiinlii bum
luund them puwurlumi to work a cure for Uieiu.
No disease have ho bullied all attempts
at jx-nrnriciit ri-lli-f aa have IthniiniitlHin and Neural.
fi.fi. . i "'i'""" 'll-aciHHiitMiwitt. liati iii.1b
J., ttf.""il"'' viitima ilir of the i-owibility of
i urn. r.ircHiitiim-M tli.-y hav l-u coiuudeml be.
j ouit Uie power uf iuouk :al kUl to euro,
A ml yet we say both can he cureil, and
that Atim.owiohoh will ,l t, l.umiiwm. ;ihe Uat
I'tuul Uiit it cau do it in that it lift douc It.
Rev. R. R. Pennon, D.T)., pastor Third
'niTvattiiial Churrh, Niw Haven, ('mm. lth-ii.
mutism hail ki' t ti 4 in from tlin it four nrflva
IiMiiitlm at a time lie aayH Iip hat mlTi-red all tint
niif riiild, ami llvn H t'k hl tlrxt il'e f AlH
Lomioiiok (.ii Knitay ; Himilay linwaa In bm ulit ;
Monday he wuh wvil, and ban remained no aiiice.
Rev. William I', ('orbit, D.D., palter
fiwrvcHt. M K Church, Ni w Haven. ''inn., wa laid
ill for two month- with Inflammatory hheumatiem,
pulli-nii nio.1 -xrriii-iatiiiir torture. Ai Hi.oi'iiuKotf
eun-d huu, and he btkevi it to to infallible.
II. S. ( handler, of the N. Y. " Indepen
rVnt," wiyn Atim.opiioro rur1 him of Ilhuima
tlMn Iroiii w Inch he had nutlered tor a J car aud a h&if.
Rev. V. Ii. Evans, Washington. !.('.,
mjk; " I cnimidcr lt work alint In the litrtit tit a
miracle. II Id a mt wonderful iiieUxUiii. Itouiflit
to be rmd UirouKuout Urn laud."
Thepreatqne-tiiin is, Will it curomef We
brlieve It wilL In it worth tryiuif? Yon uiunt decide.
If you cannot yet Atiii.omioiioh of your dnuorti-t,
we nll nciwl it ei.r.-ee 11,1. on reiM't of rotrnlnr
'ni-one dollar -r bottle We pn fi r that Jon buy
It from your drufint. but If be baen't It. ff not In
i-rxuadu Ui try UitUunK .-;, but ordur at uuoe
f mm w aa Hrwtd
ITHLOPHCROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
"Will Uie oou.inif iiiiii uioke " wao atit
tlod by Prof. Kmk 111 Lin charmuiir pam
phlet UuhayH, moreover, Uut Uie rational
way in urn tob ix u llirouti Uie pl
All aerree that only the boat tobax-a nbould
be ued. Wliich la the beat 7 That U
which Nature haciiitnbutl Uio tucxit ex
iiuiaiu.- flavora. liiai kwi-.l'a Dud Durham
Hmokintf 'l'obaivohiln the bill completely
Nearly two tlurtln of ail the to!acco irrtiwu
on the 0 Jden Toljaccolieit of North Caro
lina komi Into then.anufa:tiry of IJla:k
well, at iJurliaju. IVy buy thu k of
Die entim aectiou Henc
lilackwtil'a Ktiil lurhaiii
Kn.ok'.iur Tobaixo la the
bet of that toliarco Doh't
be decent when you buy
The LMrham liuil trade
mark la on
BVkweh'a Onuli.e Bail Durham
la tic- choiiof all )im,'iI
IiEI'UUT OF THE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL HANK
at Cairo, lu the Stale ft! Illluoit, at tbe cloee of
April 2ltli, 1881.
Loan" and ilintuuuts fl.r.-.lMS
U. S. IiouiIk to aeturc tircnla-
tlou S'i.cv tl
V. S bond on tiand 1 J U0
Olher atockn, ijoikIc and mort
(t a 102.719 6i
lJue from auprovvd reserve
amenta $ 2 4 4ti
Due from oilier National banks -Ju.Ml )
Due from Mule bankt and
banker S Wi at 1K..749 .
Iical estate, furniture and fix
ture 25.F-i 3V
Current txpeum.1 an 1 talcs
paid 4.3M 4
Premlnm pa'il tEJ W
Check and oilier cash iuina..$ l,'''"!' 7i)
llilla or olher Hunk n)
Fracilimnl paper currency,
i ickclH and pennie ISO M
(iolil JtV 7 i)
Silver 5,'M -i" 41.M7 :i
l.eqal Tender note lS.KW uo 7!,:.'9 51
lieaemption fund with V. S.
1 rciiKiircr, (5 per cent, of
circulation) 1.1S3 00
Dae from I'. S, TrcaMnrcr,
other than 5 per cent, re-
demy.luu fund - l.&'O 00
Total $7U 7.314 77
Capital stock paid in.. i luVimn m
Surplus Fund 150,i0 tJ-0.niH) fin
Vnilivlded rroflt la.Tsl 15
Nntlomil batik notes outetiind-
Dividends unpaid I,6"i0 00
Iniliviiiual deposits Bulijecl to
Demand certitloatesordeposit. J,7! xi
Certified checks ,V4 '
Due to other National bunks.. 4.1111 4'i
Due to Statu bank and bank-
urn 4,04il 07-473.421 62
Totai $767,35 1 77
State of Illinois r.ountv of Alexander, ss.
I.TIios. vV. Ilallidari Cashier of the above named
bank, do solemnly swear that the ubove statement
t true to tlii' bent'of mv knowlcdnc and belief.
Tims. W. Halliday, Cashier.
Snb.CTlbed and sworn to before ma this 1st day
of Mav. 1B.M. L. D. BAY LEY,
K. II. CpNMNnmx. 1
!. I). Williamson, V Directors.
II. II. Cakdkk, I
13G & 138 Com'l Ave.
hnvo received a full and complete Una
ot new Fall and Winter
Cloaks, Holnnuis, Notions, Etc.
A heavy stock of Body Hrnsf el, Taper
trie aiid luitraln
A full stock of Oil Cloths, all alzca and price..
Cloihing & Gents' Furnish'g Gooris
A mil and complete stocK u now Doing
closed oat at great barnaim.
OockIm at Bottom I'rioenI
FIERCE FOftEST FIRES.
Vidosproad Ruin ai.d Dovustatlon
Wrought by tho Rod Demon
Many Miles of Territory Burnad Over,
and Vact Ainouuta of Property
The Pitying Heavens Shed Copious Tears
and Extinguish Fires Past
llnt iZDAi.K, 1'a., May 5. A large tiutn
her of pi.-ojilf were rcuderuil liniiifclcss by
tire yesterday. Timely rain lias dU.
lu lled all fears of a renewal of the tire.
A strong appeal will he made for Imme
diate aid. Hundreds were compelled to
sleep in their (dot lies, having no covering
or liedding. Money is needed to provide
(liuritic.s. The cili.ens of llowt.dale and
neighboring towns are doing their best,
but with th'dr population .suddenly
doubled by refugees from Hrisbin they
arc unable to do all that is necessary,
and are compelled to appeal to charity.
In Elk County, Pa.
rinsnritiiii, May 5. lialph Bag
aley, President of the Arthur Lumber
Company in this city, returned from the
sceue of the couriagratiou lu Klk County
this morning, and reports the devasta
tion great. He estimates the loss in Klk
County alone at over oue niilllou dollars.
The heaviest losers are the mill-owners.
Hall Si Kaull, at Hue Itun, lose $30,000,
and Dr. L. M. tt, of Vil:iamsport, 8;0,
000. The mill of Win. (Joet., at !Swis.
mount, was entirely destroyed, together
with a number of buildings and a large
stock of lumber. (Joet. has been miss
ing since Thursday and It is believed he
I'ukt Jr.Kvis, N. Y., May. 3. The vil
lage of Oilman's Depot Is desolate. Noth
ing remains but the smouldering feed
barns. The residents were compelled to
sleep In barns. Many spent the night in
the mill, sleeping In the sawdust. They
have lost everything.
Sr. John, (jt K.itKc, May 5. lilaekburn
& Howe's stone china ware factory burued ;
insured fur $13,000.
IiKAius'ii, May 5. -The last of the
lilue Mountain tires along the northern
Hue of Berks County were extinguished
A Thousand Acres Burned.
Frkfiiold, N. J., May 5. It Is esti
mated that a tnousaud acres were burned
here. The damage will reach fully
A Schuylkill River Bridire.
NuiutjsTow N, 1'a., May 5. The bridge
over the .Schuylkill Kiver at koyerford
was burned Sunday. Loss 5,000.
New BkI'Hiw, 1'a., May 3. The fire in
the woods near Dartmouth burned from
100 to I'oO acres.
Extinguished by Rain.
Hcmkh's Point, May 5. The forest
tires on Long Island have been extin
guished by the raiu.
Shkxandoaii, Pa., May 5. r.aln has
extinguished the forest tires in this vicin
ltv. l'lSTOLS AU.IOUKN A COl'ltT.
An Iowa Justice Terrorized by a Gam
bler and an Ex-Divine.
At i'ViioN, Ia., May 5. Saturday after
noon Win. J. Morrow, proprietor of a
skating rink In Manning, Iowa, was as
saulted on the streets in that place by two
low women in Des Moines, who threw
cayenne pepper into his eyes, cowbided
him and shot at him three times as he was
This morning the two "maids" were
brought Into court, when their brother,
John W. Harden, a gambler notorious
throughout Iowa and Missouri, rose up
with a brace of pistols and threatened to
shoot any one who appeared on the stand
to testify against his sisters. The Court
was frightened and adjourned at once.
Hardeu keeps a notorious house In Des
Moines, but his wife earns her living at
Manning by teaching m the public
schools. Harden was a Methodist
preacher lu Exlra, this county, six years
HcKeag-ue on Trial.
Chicago, III., May1 6. The trial of
Niel McKcague, the butcher charged with
the slaguhter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson at
Winuetka, 111., a few mouths ago, was
opened in Judge Anthony's Court tuts
morning, and promises to be of a highly
sensational nature. The parties mur
dered were very wealthy, and were slain
lu cold blood In their mansion iato at
night. The panel of jurors has beeu ex
hausted and attachments issued for oth
ers. THE LOXUSI10UKMENS STKIKE.
The Italians Well Paid and Contented
Bi fkai.0, N. Y., May 5. The situation
along the docks to-day Is unchanged. Ne
gotiations have been going on between
the 'Longshoremen's Union and Italians,
the latter being representeJ by J.
W. Defelllppo, of New York,
manager of New York Labor Bureau,
and John Hoffo, a wealthy Italian of
this city. As represented to Defelllppo
the Italians are working for starvation
wages and keeping the regular 'longshore
men out of work, and ho agreed to go
among his countrymen and explain mat
ters to them, saying it was only through
Ignorance that thev take such action.
Latkh. Defidlppo and Koffo called
on Mr. Bullard of the Union
Steamboat Company and asked that
permission be granted to circulate among
the men, which was refused. Mr. Bul
lard stated to them that he had contract
ed with the men to pay them fifty dollar
a mouth for ten hours' work and flfUao
csnts an boor for over-time, the men to
hara two days off In the month aad, tie
lodged In thu company's building anfii
dock, where beds had been put up, and
they appear cheerful and well-satlstted.
They are being fed at the company's ex
pense. Dilllllppo, after talking to
a few of the men, said they
were apparently well-fed and cared for;
tliat the case had been misrepresented to
hHn. The result of the visit to tho Italians
will be communicated to tho 'Longshore
men's Union meeting this afternoon.
Bitter threats are made to destroy the dock
property If the companies do not treat
THE TItEAlMVAY UIFLES.
Militiamen Delayed by Wash-Outs on
the Way to Houston.
Tkxakkana, Akk., May 5. The Tread
way Wiles have beeu delayed here by
hlg,h water and wash-outs thirty-six
hours. The men have drilled all the
time, and are frantic to get away. The
weather is hot and threatening, and more
wash-outs are expected. They will ar
rive In Houston on Wednesday if not
A Missing- Head Picked Up.
Piiii.ai.ki.1'IIia, Pa., May 5. A human
head was found to-day in Wlssahkkon
Creek, near this place, where the trunk
of a body, supposed to be that of Fred
erick Stahl, was picked up last March.
An Anti-Monopoly Convention.
Nkw Yoiik, May 5. John F. Henry
aunounces a National Anti-Monopoly
Convention at the Brlggs House, Chicago,
Malfeasance in Office.
Nkw Yoiik, May 5. Judge Wallace, In
the United States District Court, orders
Shipping Commissioner Duncan to show
cause why he sliould not be removed for
malfeasance in office.
Cincinnati, O., May 5. A man was
found dead yesterday on Central avenue.
It is thought he came to his death from
suicide, as a bottle was found near him
labeled "Poison." It Is supposed he
came from Terre Haute.
Harry Let;, the forger, arrived this
moi uiug from Toronto, Canada, In cliarge
of Detective Hazen and Is now confined
In the County Jail.
Love, Murder and Suicide.
Chk aoo, III., May 5. A special from
Westlaue, Mo., says: James Maxwell
w ho was arrested yesterday for the mur
der of his brother-in-law, Newton Lafon,
suicided last night by poison mixed with
his tobacco. A love affair was the origin
of the murder.
Captured and Placed in Jail.
KiTTANMNO, Pa., May 5. Sol and
George Haynes and Dan Mitchell, the
desperadoes and robbers who have ter
rorized the peopli of Armstrong, Indiana,
and Jefferson and Clarion Counties some
weeks past, and with whom Sheriff Ste
vason had an encounter last Saturday,
were arrested to-day at Springdale and
taken to Freeport, where they were placed
PICK-AX VS. PISTOL.
A Colored Farm Laborer's Desperate
Assault Upon His Employer.
Canton, Mis.s.,.May 5. Albert Price, a
colored farm laborer, made a desperate
assault with a pick-ax upon hiseniployer,
Jesse Averitt, this morning, five miles
north of this place. Averitt defended
himself with a pistol and fatally shot his
assailant. Averitt came to town Immedi
ately and surrendered himself to the
BASE BALL BREVITIES.
Summary of Game Played Saturday
Altoona, Pa. St. Louis, H; Altoona,
New Yokk. New York, 11; Detroit, 3.
Washington, D. C Brooklyn, 5;
Washington, 4 Nationals, 11; Balti
more Unions, ti.
Loii.svillk. Louisville, 5; Toledo, 4.
Cincinnati, O. Columbus, C; Cincin
nati, 4. ..Cincinnati Unions, 5; Chicagos
Pkovidknck, B. I. Providence, 3;
Peoiua, III. Peoria, 1.'; Stillwater, 8.
Trenton, N. J. Beading, 8; Trenton,
Boston, Mass. Boston, 11; Cleve
Baltimore, Md. Metropolitans, 17;
PiTTTsui Kiiii, Pa. Allegheny 9; Ath
QfixcY, III. Minneapolis, C; Quiucy,
Cleveland, O. St. Louis Heserves,
11 ; Akrous, 5.
Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, 'J ;
St. Lolis, Mo. St. Louis, 4 ; Toledo,
Evansville, Ind, Evausville, 18; Pe
End of the 8ix-Davs Walking Match
New Yokk, May 5. There was an im
mense crowd at the garden on Saturday
morning, drawn thither by the closeness
of the contest between Fitzgerald and
Howell. Fitzgerald looked tUorougLly
tired. Howell looked fresher.
slxtu day 2 P. M.
Fitzaerald 5S5 Vint
Howell UTtf llorty
Ftinchot ,V0 lilsou uol
SIXTH DAY 2:30 P. M.
Fitziferald (5S7 Hertv 5-ir
Kowell .isl I'anclioU
Non-mao Mil Klson ulU
81XT11 DAY 4 P. M.
Kowell WW PttZKorald 6!4
Noreiuac M2 Vint MS
Piuiehot .V7 Herty WT
SIXTH DAY 8 P. M.
Kowell flOl Herty RU -3
Fluwcrald SOS Hnnuliot iVH
Vint fc-3 Klson -W5-3
SIXTH DAY 9 P. M.
RoweU 602 KtiZKerald (Ill)
Vint JSH0 Notvmae MWl
Hi-rty (v'BKl PanelioL WtM
A Profane Defendant.
St. Lons, Mo., May 5. Wbllo Zach
Mulnall was testifying in tho Court of
Correction this morning lu the case of
John Smith, charged with assault to kill,
the defendant called him a O d n liar,
whereupon JtidR Noonan continued tho
case turd seotefaoed Smith to ten days lu
2lg Jpr criodnal cottetnpt, .
VALUE OF A VOTE.
Extraordinary Procoodlnga In the
Hou30Ita Bearing on tho
Failure of the Fool-Killer to Do His Duty
ia the State of Iowa Before the
Important Legislation Proposed Affect
ing the Peoples of Two
Convened and Adjourned.
Washington, I). C, May 5. The Court
of inquiry convened .to Investigate tho
charges against (ieueral Swaim met at
noon to-day and Immediately adjourued,
owing to the absence of General Pope.
KJKTY-EIOUTH CON GUESS.
Washington-, D. C, May 5. Mr. Mil
ler (of California) Introduced a petition
from the Grape Growers' Association of
California, praying that the duties on
brandies and wine may not be reduced
and that the tariff on raisins be restored;
also a petition of the Board of Supervi
sors of Monroe County praying for a re
survey of the boundary between Cali
fornia ami Nevada.
The agricultural appropriation bill was
Bills were Introduced as follows:
By Mr. Plumb: To prevent the acqui
sition of real estate by aliens.
By Mr. V'au Wyek : To restrict aliens
and foreign companies and corporations
from owning land in the United States
By Mr. Morgan: To grant to the Gulf
& Chicago Air Line Company tbe right to
construct bridges over navigable water
Mr. Dawes gave notice that he would
move to take up the Indian appropriation
bill at the close of the morniug business
At 12 : the shipping bill was taken up
as uuliuished business, the pending ques
tion being Mr. Vest's free shipping
Bills were reported" favorably as fol
lows: By Senator Hale, from the Committee
on Appropriations: With amendments,
the agricultural appropriation.
Bv Seuator Vest, from tfie Committee
on Commerce: The House bill to adopt
international regulations for preventing
collisions at sea.
By Senator Cullom, from the Com
mittee on Pensions: With ameudinent,
the House bill granting a pension to
the widow of General Judson Kil
Mr. Washburn (of Minn.,) asked leave
to report a joint resolution appropriating
?10,000 towards expenses of the special
embassy from Siam.
Weller (of Iowa) "I object."
Washburn "Will the gentleman with
hold his objection until a letter from the
President is read?"
Weller "1 have no more regard forthe
President than 1 have for tho gentleman
Mr. Dunn introduced a bill to exclude
the public lands of Arkansas from the
operation of laws relating to mineral
Mr. Lowry called up the Virginia con
tested case of O'F'errell vs. Paul.
Mr. Miller (of Penn.) said the minority
of the committee had not had time to pre
pare a report and asked that the case go
over until Wednesday.
Mr. Tu rner (of Ga.) thought the re
quest should be acceded to.
Mr. Lowry refused to permit it and
Mr. Miller raisAl the question of consid
eration. The House determined by a
vote of yeas forty-two, navs ninety-eight
to consider the election case. Though
this vote can in no seuse be regarded as a
test vote upon the tariff bill, it is not
without its bearing on that measure.
It is understood that O'Ferrell will vote
against the striking out of the euactiug
clause of tho Morrison bill, and, owing
to the anticipated closeness of the vote
on that questlou, tho value of a single
vote is apparent.
In speaking for the miuority of the
Committee on Elections, Mr. W, II. Hep
burn referred to the matter, sayiug that
some remarkable exigency must have
arisen to induce the gentleman from In
diana (Lowry) to outrage propriety and
trample on decency by calling a case up
before the minority had had an oppor
tunity to have its views presented.
London, May 5. The Branch Ceylon
Company of this city has suspended, ow
ing to the recent failure of the Oriental
Batik. Liabilities, 3,000,000.
London, May 5. Michael Davltt has
announced that he has decided to aban
don politics and take up his residence in
Australia. Ho refuses to state the rea
sons for his Intention to emigrate to Aus
tralia further than that he is convinced
that the attempts to popularize in Ireland
tlic land nationalization project of
Henry George is a failure, and that ho
can better himself Ilnancially In Australia
where ho has many friends who will
gladv welcome him. In an In
terview with a prominent member of
Parliament in regard to his Intention of
withdrawing from politics he said:
"it didn't require Paruell's emphatic
declaration at Drogheda to stamp out
Davitt's attempts to popularize iu Ireland
the land and nationalization project of
George. When Davltt lately Induced
George to glvo a lecture In Dublin, he
mnst have felt convinced that the effort
was foredoomed to failure. George's
views on property In land had never had
the slightest chance of recelviug popular
acceptance lu Ireland. Davitt bad
long sluco ceased to sympathize
with Parnelllsm. Ho was onco
useful lu the war against the landlords,
but has played his part and is now a
source of embarrassment rather than help
to tho Paruellite leaders. It requires
much less sagacity than Parnell possesses
to see clearly that people bo wedded to
the land as tho Irish, and who have no
manufactories to attract attention and
absorb their energies, can never adopt a
scheme of land reform which will divorce
them individually from all ownersWp In
Further proof was afforded of tho way
Ireland on the laud question by the tarn
est practical sympathy and assistance
being extended to Famuli's Land Pur
chase Company by the lioman Catholic
Bishops and Clergy ol tho western and
northwestern districts of tho country.
It is iu Galwav, Mayo. Douegal and ad
joining shires that the congestion of thu
agricultural population produced so much
agrarian misery and crime most pre
vails. Mr. Luke's Emlgratiou Committee
and other similar agencies have done
something to remedy the evil, but thongu
I fully believe In the benents arising from
well managed schemes of popular emigra
tion, still uoue desiring the welfare of
Ireland can do otherwise than rajoico
that there Is a competing enterprise
oaseU on sound commercial principals
having for Its object the relief of conges
tion without compelling the peasantry to
leave our coun.ry.
London, May 5. The Mirk Lam; Et
press of to-day say : "On the whole it Is
evident that the prospects of the wheat
crop Is very satisfactory. Of course no
trustworthy predictions as to the yield
can be made at so early a season, as every
thing depeuds on the character of the
weather up to aud during harvest. Sel
dom are the prospects for aerop so favor
able at any part of the country as they
are this season. The same re
mark applies to every wheat
growing country in the world as far as
the present luforuiation guides us to a
conclusion. This fact accounts for the
persistent drop in prices that has been
going on for some time, lu spite of tho
falling off In import, caused by the short
American crop and the attempts of Amer
ican speculators to comer wheat aud
Dublin, May 5. Fitzgerald, 'Jeremiah
Lowry, James Connelly, Luke Armstrong,
William Murphy, P. Gautocu, P. Douo
hue, T. Huggins, Patrick Lurkln, Michael
Durain aud two others were agaiu ar
raigned in the police court at Sligo on
charges of conspiracy to commit murder
in which, It is alleged, tin y attempted to
shoot Sub-inspector Doherty and
Clerk Union some years ago.
The principal witness was Johu Moran,
who was also arrested on the above
charge, but afterwards turned approver,
and was formerly a member of the Inner
Circle of Invincibles. He was called to
prove that Fitzgerald belonged to tho
Tubbcrcurry branch of the order.
Moran deposed that P. J. Sheridan was
founder and au active worker of the branch
of the Invincibles at Tubbercurrv; that
P. T. Fitzgerald was his lieutenant, aud
acted under orders from Sheridan.
SUES II Kit .SONS-IN-LAW.
Widow Jellerson Wants $00,000 for Her
Audubon, Ia., May 3. The widow of
Hiram J. Jellerson, who was lynched by
his son Cicero and two sons-in-law, J. J.
Wilson aud Johu A. Smyth, began suit
to-day against the sons-in-law (who aro
now in jail for the crime) for Sii0,0u0
damages for tho loss of her husband.
The defendants immediately assigned all
of their property to relatives. Wilson is
one of the most substantial citizens ol tho
MONDAY. MAY 5, lt4.
Grain and Provisions.
rorro.f Steady i middling, im11 V.
Kl.oi'K Steady; XXX to choice, fi.lXXl.fO:
WiiKAT-HiKlicr; No. 2 lied, tl.lf--ffil.19;
No. 3 Ked, tl.ui.
Coax-Steady; No. 2 mixed, 5K5,51e; No. 2
white mixed. We.
Oats-DuII; No. 2, 3li3:i'jc.
Hvk Firm; No. 2, .WVWHJSo.
ToiiAioi-r'inn; 1ub common to eholoo,
f.'i.T'iiiilu.OU; leaf; common red leuf, ts.omj
lo.uu; medium to Kuod l2..VNai7.50.
Hay I'ruirie tll.fiO14i2.uu for uriine; tl2..WJ
l.'l.UO forchuicu; mixed fllifrl' for common to
prime; timothy tliidls for prime to fancy.
IIi ttkk Steady: choice to tancy creamery
ZVtVZ; dairy, choice to fancy, 2ixa22c; low
Eoos Rasier, at lO'i&llc.
I'OTATOHS-Vory Dull; Kastern Hurlwnk, 40c;
Hone and Peerless dull at :it5ju. Northern,
STritMc; Hot torn stock at ISuJUe.
Pokk Dull; standard mess, f 17.2.'V317..V);
hard side. tW.7,-jIT.12s.
Lard Steady; pritno stoiim, SHfUtC.
IlAros Longs, Se; shorts, UnfU'tc; clear
Wool Tun-washed choice, ;).t.;ie; inn
ilium, auifcCc; unwashed medium, 2ttj.'4c; low
and coarse irrades. I.VClso.
Hints Vuiet: drv Mint, He: diinmired,
l.'-c; bulls or sia.'S. lm.ll(-; dry suited, l:ic:
dry suited, dmnaifed, He; kip and calf, s ilted,
Me; ila imirtsl, To; tmllsaml stags, Sc; green,
uueured, 7ej diimiured, t4c.
Siikki' 1'kl.ts Steady; ifieeii, T.lftlWo; dry
do, 4l r,7lle., aa to amount unit cini!ilyo wool;
Ki-ccn Bhcarlimrs, 1.V-; dry do, liAtflie; lamb
Wiikat Hitrh-'r; May, W,c; Juno, 9.1 c ;
July, iwVe; Ainrust. lU'.e.
( ous-Hinhcr; May, M'tc; June, fjoV:
Jiif-, 57Vie; Ainrust, ftse.
1 UTS Firmer; May, 32.Se; June, fSlVic;
I'oiik Hurher; May, f 17.50; June, flT.tiS'i;
July, f 17.70.
LyiD Steady; May, ts.J.'; June, ts.i3;
Shout Kihs May. ts.40; June, ts.5;
July, fs.52',; AiiKUst, fS.UO.
S NEW YOIIK.
WilKAT-IIiirlior; No. 2 lied, May, 1.10' i;
June, tl L;!&l.l3't;.luly, fUU.
Colts Lower; May, Hi'MD'iH; June,
IKlViMH; July, BfOiifViilo.
U ats Steady; No. 2, mixed, May, 37',
3Se; June, asV'f-'K'iC.
IMiovisioNS l'ork Quiet; spot mess, $17.00
I7.2j. Lard Firm; steam, May, ts.t&'j.7U;
Live Stock Markets.
Hons Receipt, 11.000; market active, firm
an l iV'(-!0 .! hhrlier; liifht t-i.l.V'i5.s,'; r nitrli
packing $.".l.'!ui'.sil; heavy packing- and olnp
pimr, fS SfWiUU.
(.'atti.k Receipt, H.OJO: market steady;
exports, f'i.2.' 'Sil.70; iiool to choice,
f.-i.'!4ii.20; common to fair, fi.'iVio.SJ.
Siikki' Receipts, fi.tHM; market steady and
lOiiilfic lower; common to choice, ti.uonS'f.10.
Catti.R Weak: fair to (rood, t-1 IfuMS;
llirht, t.i.2j.ti5.tK); mixed belchers', l.2UsA
5.U0. , ,
Siikki' Active; fair to trixxl western
sheep, tJ.7.ritl.2U; fair to K"od lambs, f 7.5o
Hons null: medium to fair Yorkem,t-V7ri
5.1-6; butchers' trr.ido, td.uo.li; pig-.i, S.ouji
Cvtti.k Receipts, 730; slow: native steers,
7Uto I, lS R'S. averaint at JS iKV-o-H); wtoek
crl and feeders. fl.Wni-VUO; cows, tJ.7ftWl.iil).
llotfs: Receipts, 2, 700; steady; lot of lt3
to ;ilf lbs. average t-YlOdtio.tk): mainly ta.40
J.50. Sheep: lloclpts, 1,400; steady; nUivua,
US to S3 B average, t3.VKii.-t. 50,
Honey and Stook Market.
Money H per oent; Kxchamro iult but
(lrru; MovtM-runonts tlrm; eiirronov As, 129 bid)
U coupons, Lili tM.t; 4l.ido, 113 .1 bid. Stock
market opetwwl weak and prices declined tho
first half nonr to I per cent. Subsequently
the UwKwr broker bciran hlMlmr up prtciui,
caumna; a recovery from the duel ma. Ily
sleviHi o'oVx.-k the Iftuir ma lu a raid on noimi
leading stocks, particularly Union I'solOo,
whkeb was weak on ooutHotimr reports ot
WUrNus of the (Company ft employ . Ttus
OMimA s brwalr, an at ttino of writing Us
A moderately good second-band piann,
modern case, tor $35. Apply at Mrs. D.
Arter's, 10th street. 4-Ct
Tho Spanish barber shop, corner 8th and
Halliday Avenue, ia. for sale at a bargain.
Anyone wishing to buy please call at the
shop or address F.milk Gomez. 3 6t
Mrs. S. Williamson has just rsceivel a
large stock of goods, comprising nearly ev
erything in tbe line of millinery, bought at
a bankrupt sale at one of tbe leading
wholesale millinery houses in one of the
largo cities. She bought the goods at
ruinously low prices and will let her cus
tomers share in her good luck. She in
vites the public generally to call on her at
once, as she will endeavor to effect a quick
sale of the goods at the lowest profit con
sistent with business principles. 3t
Having established myself in the Under
taking business in Cairo on Commercial
Avenue, between 11th and 12th street, I
rebpectlully invite all who are in need of
anything in my line to give me a call. I
keep in stock all kinds ot colHna, metal
caskets, &c, also all kinds of furniture,
repairing and cabinet work done. Prices
reasonable. 91m Jacob Fleck.
An Editor's Tribute.
Thereon P. Keator, Editor of Ft. Wayne,
led., "Gazette," writes: "For the past five
years have always used Dr. King's New
Discovery, for coughs of most sovere char
acter, as well as for those of a milder type.
It never fails to tffect a speedy cure. My
trienda to whom I buve recommended it
speak of it in same high terms. Having
been cured by it of every cough I have had
for five years, I consider it the only reliable
and sure cure for coughs, colds, etc." Call
at Barclay Bros.' Drug Store and get a Free
Trial Bottle. Large size $1.00. (2)
hucKien's Arnica Salve
The Best Halve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped nands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Files. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
5 cents pur box. For sale by Barclay
Very E,emarkable Recovery.
Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester,
Mich., writes: "My wile has been almost
helpless for live years, so helpless that she
cnuld not turn over in bed alone. She used
two buttles of Electric Bitters, and is so
much improved, that she is able now to do
her own work."
Electric Bitters will do all that is claimed
fur them. Hundreds of testimonials attest
their great curative powers. Only fifty
cents a bottle at Barclay Bros. (2)
5"Keep in the Fashion. The Diamond
Dyes always do more than they claim to
do. Color over thut old dress. It will look
like new. They are warranted. 10c. at
druggists. Wells, Bichardson & Co., Bur
"Having Le;n in the business for thirty
years," writes W. C. Field, Pharmacist, of
1232 Cedar Aveuue, Cleveland, "I have had
an opportunity to learn the merits of rheu
tmtic medicines, regular and irregular, and
I have tried about everything and suffered
everything, and nothing did me any good
until I took Athlopboros. Then I said I
have found it, and will recommend it to
anyone suffering with rheumatism or neu
ralgia. It ctnnnt bo recommended too
Lots of People
gets bilioti?, have heavy headaches, mouth
foul, yellow eyes, &c, all the direct result
of impure blood which can be thoroughly
cleansed, renewed and enriched with Kidney-Wort.
It acts at tho same time on the
kidneys, liver and bowles and haj more
real virtue in a package than can be found
in any other remedy for the same class of
If you suffer with Sick Headache, Con
stipation, Sour Stomach, or Bilious attacks,
Emory's Little Cathartic Pills will re
lieve you. 15 cents. (3)
A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall. Mich.,
offer to send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic
Belt and Electric Appliances on trial, for
thirty days, to men, old and young, afflict
ed with nervous debility, lost vitality, and
many other diseases.
See advertisement in this paper. 1
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and bHten
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of tutting 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 tho poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhrua, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to tho whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the tasto, and is the prescrip
tion of ono of the oldest and best female
nurses iind physicians in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
tho world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Cheap Homes in Arkansas and Texas.
Along tho lire of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Paciric Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres of tho choicest farming and grazing
laods in the world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $300 and $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 learu that the crop
far 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, ono
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate ia
allowed formoneypaid fortickoti or freight
over tho Companies lines. '
II. C. TowNSKfiD, Geul Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo,