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AILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILL., FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 0,
NO. 132. -
It is a fact that remedies almost without
P."?lb,!,.Jre'!jr tat the claim tn cure .11 th ill
Uiat afflict ufTcriutf humanity. TtimmaiuU bato
found them powerlma to work a cure for them.
No diseases have so Imfllwl all attempts
M permuieDt relief uhtva Hhemiiatli.ni and Neural,
jfia. Aloiiv luccwwloii of UlMiiiitiiieutua made
tlir agnuixnt victim liair of the Hwibillty of
cure. (irceijtunt Mu-y have Uu oiuaukrwl te.
jroud the power of luoUU ai "kill to euro.
Ami yet we say kith can he cured, and
that ATHi.opBoaoH will do the buxlnean. The beat
proof that It can do it la that it haa dube it
Rev. 8. R. Pennon, D.D., pastor Third
VmrrraUml Church. New Haven, fVrnn. Ithfii.
HiatiKin had kept him from the imli.lt four or Hve
liioutha at a time, lit- aaya he hail ufTnrd all that
one could, and live. He took hln flint dime of Aim.
i.ophokoh on Friday ; Hunday he wan In hm culoit ;
Monday be waa well, and haa remained ao ainoe.
Uev. William P. Corbit, D.D., pastor
OnotyeBt M. E. ChurcVi, NVw Haven, Conn., wai laid
ui (ortwo uioiitua with Inflammatory Hlieumatimu,
autferitifr moat eirnitiaUuir torture. Atiiioiuouo
cured him, and be believea it to be infallible.
- H. H. Chandler, of the N. Y. " Indepen
dent," aaya Atiiixphoiio cured him of lllieuma.
turn from which he had autf ered for a year and a half,
llev. W. B. EvanH, Washington, I). .,
aaya: " I consider it work almnat tn tlie My ht f a
miracle. It la a moxt wonderful medicine. IIoukM
to be euread throughout the laud."
Thegreatquetion is, Will iimremet We
believe it will la ItworthtryniKf You rnuat decide.
If you cannot et Athloprobo of your dniwit,
we wlii aend it einM raid, on rvlt of regular
price one dollar r tnttia. We pn fi-r Uiat you luy
it from your dnunriat but If he hadn't it. f not be
Krauadrd tn try HiiueUiuitr eiae,but order at ouca
ITHLOPHOROS CO. JI2 WILL ST., NEW YORK,
iniim.ni.il..... . .,..... ...
"Will the oomLtiK man amoke r" waa net
tied by Prof. Fink in hia chaniuntr l ain
ihiot Ue aaya, moreover, that the rational
way to naa tniiarco la through the I'll.
Ail irree that only the beat tobacco ihould
be used. Which la the bent? That to
which Nature haa oontri buted the niort ex
quiaite BaTora. IllackweU'a Bull Durham
Smokinx Tobacco fills the bill completely.
Nearly two-tlurda of allthetobttcoirrown
on the Golden Tobacco belt of North Caro
lina (foea Into the manufactory of Black
well, at Durham. They buy the nick of
the entire auction. Hence
Iiiackwcii'a Bull Durham
Hwoklng- Tobacco ia the
boat of that tobacco. Don't
be deceived when you buy.
The Durham Bull trade
mark la on
Blackwell'a Genuine Bull Durham
ia the choice of all Julm of
1 r" M
0. W. HENDERSON,
No. lOiComnierdiil Ave.,
Sole Agent foi the Celebrated
Manufacturer and Dealer in
, CoDDer and Shed Iron work,
Bullderi' Hardware and Carpenters' TooK TatTe
and Pocket (ntlerv, bct in the Market. Hmrert
Broa.' Plated Knlveti, Forks anu Sdood", ttrasiite
Iron Ware. Benin Earthenware. Vu te Mountain
Freemr, Water Coolers, K'lf'ii'raior", t'lottn-i
Wrlngero, Crown Fluter-. St-p Ladder, (lurdeu
Implements, (iolden Star Oil Wtovua- het in the
world, Lamp of eterv descrl tion. !aiu t'll.
Carpet Swerncrii, F. ather Dnetcrii. llrooiiis. W ln.
dow Screen Wire Cloth, Full supply ol Fish ug
The above t rock bottom price".
Corner 12th and ('ommercta; Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. 12
Delivered at CAIRO, 111.,
at the FOLLOWING PRICES :
6x8 1450 824.00
6xi) 1630 28.00
7 x a '2000 32.00
7 x 9 2250 36.00
9 x 10 2500 40.00
These tanki are made of CLEAR CYPKK9S. V,
Inches thick, securely hooped and are WA'l'tK
TIGHT. They are
Shipped whole and are well braced
to prevent their being racked r broken In hand
ling. Estimates furnWhed for
Tanks of any Hize.
A.. ItlGGrS Ac BIIO.,
217 Delord St., New Orleans, La.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Made to Onler.
8th Bt.,bot. Ohio Levee Commercial Ave.
OAlUO. - ILL
Repairiui? neatly done at short notice.
Clarkson & Bowers,
No. 30 8th 8t., Cairo, III.
IVOod Btock and Prices Reasonable.
32 J' '"'Jl
A BAD SMASH.
Tho Wreck on tho Wabash More
Sorioua Than at First
Nearly Forty Persons Mora or Less
Seriously Injured, One
List o' the Victims The Company Tak
ing Care of the Wounded The
Dkcatir, III., May 8 A dreadful
wreck, caused by a broken rail, occurred
ten miles south of Decatur on the St.
Louis ilivislou of the Wabash Itoad at nix
o'clock yesterday morning, resulting In
the injury of uearly forty people. It was
tiie fast through passenger train, So. 43,
from Toledo, bound for St. Louis in
charge of Walter Morgan, conductor, and
Harry Glllls, eugiueer. The train was
heavily loaded and going down a hill at
the rate of thirty-live miles an hour, when
two rear jasenger coaches and a sleeper
were thrown from the track, which spread
for a distance of two hundred yards.
The sleeper fell down a sharp declivity
on its hide, as did also a passenger
coach. The other passenger coach
reared up nearly on end. Fortunately
no one was killed outright. Only
three of the thirty-nine are thought to
be seriously hurt by the four Decatur
surgeons who went to the scene with two
wreck trains to care for the wounded.
All were taken to Blue Mound in the sev
eral coaches which passed safely over the
break. The wreck was cleared away by
eleven o'clock, when trains went by in
safety. The damage to Wabash 6tock is
Following is a full list of the injured
W, N. Boyristoivn, Warsaw, Ind.j se
vere brui.-e of left elbow.
Mrs. I. L. Wlzeman, Warsaw, Iud. ; in
jured severely in leftside; bad cut on
left arm; unable to use left limb.
Myrtle Wizeinan, eight years old, punc
tured wound of scalp and left side.
C. F. Murphy, Couuersville, Iud.; con
tusion of back, severe; unable to walk.
Mr. J. B. Kentzel, Fort Wayne, Ind.;
confusion of back and toes on right foot;
uuable to walk.
Aaron Short, of Rochester, Iud. ; se
vere scalp wound on left side of head
three inches long; cut over right eyebrow
inch long and back bruised.
(ieorge Short, eight years old, scalp
wound and other Injuries.
Harvey Short, eleven years old, cut on
top of head, three inches long.
Newell Short, child, abrasion of right
cheek and scalp wound.
Mrs. Aaron Short, cut on right side of
the head, three inches long.
There were eight of the Short family,
and live of the eight were hurt. The fam
ily was going to Concordia, Kas.
L. W. Ilora, Counersville, Ind., cut
three inches long on forehead and bruise
C'has. Fee, St. Paul, Minn., bruise on
back and severe cut in the leg.
Susan Lawson, slightly wounded.
Mrs. Nancy Teubroecke, Hammond,
111.; cut over the right eye and bruised
iu the left groiu.
B. F. Brigg, Levina, N. Y.; eighth
and ninth ribs broken on the left side and
a three-inch cut on the back of the head.
.1. M. Vincent, Burhunau, Mich., sleep
ing cur conductor; fracture of spine, and
two severe scalp wounds on the back of
the head; lower extremities paralyzed;
single man; probably fatally Injured.
W. E. Kobiuson, Silver Lake, Ind.;
cuts ou left side of the chin, one and a
half inches long; over right brow, one
A. 1). Degarno, Highland Station, Mich. ;
cut ou the middle of the forehead and
back of the head, each one inch iu
Mrs. S. C. Fairbanks, Lisbon, Ind.; left
shoulder dislocated; bruised on right side
and back; going to Brunswick, Mo., to
visit her daughter.
J. B. l'orterfleld, Sidney, 111.; disloca
tion of right shoulder; severe zigzag
three-inch cut on back of hand; going to
St. Louis to purchase machinery to start
coal shaft at Sidnev.
W. F. Sulvely, Bellaire, O.; dislocation
of left shoulder.
Auna Clayton, Kochester, Ind. ; bruise
over right eye and left hip.
Dr. W. 1'. Armstrong, Lafayette,
Iud.; inch-and-a-half wound on top of
head ; left rib fractured ; was moving to
Miss Annie Bigler, Millersburg, O.,
cut two inches long on left side of
J. II. Feck, of Cleveland, O., frac
tures of seventh and eighth ribs; left
side, and separation of costal cartilage.
George Neck, Detroit, Mich., severely
bruised on left hip and elbow.
J. S. Kogers, Toledo, 0., fracture of
small bone of left leg.
Kev. N. Crary, llleksvllle, 0., bruises
on left thumb.
Henry Ort, Defiance, O., cut over right
eyebrow of auiuch; injured on left hip
J. B. Joues, Connersvllle, Iud., bruised
on right shoulder. '
U. K. Jared Vanvleet, Flint, Mich., ser
iously hurt iu chest and suffered
a groat shock. He Is land ex
cursion agcut for the Missouri
Oscar Vaiulcrbilt, Indianapolis, travel
ing passenger and land agent for the
Northern Pacific; slightly hurt.
Charles Mount, Connorsvllle, Ind. cut
over left side of forehead; triangular
abrasion of scalp on top of head.
J. K. Sutton, Morrisouville, 111.; severe
bruises ou both knees
Elizabeth Howard, Union, N. Y.; se
vere cut over right eye and on right arm
and injured in small of back.
C. Boss, Defiance, O.; chest Injury;
Khoda Kennega, Churubusco, Ind., se
vere bruise on top of head; going to
Mrs. William A. Walker, West Brattle
boro, Vt., hurt la back and unable to
It Is reported by the surgeon that Con
ductor Vincent cannot sarv've, and that
Mrs. Walker is probably fatally Injured.
Tho wounded peoplo wtU romaln at Bin
Mound until they are able to proceed on
thtlr Journey or return hogw. .
The Methodist Episcopal Oeneral Con
PiiiLDF.i.riiu, Pa., May 8. Consider
able work was done by the committees ol
the Conference yesterday afternoon and
evening. TheCommitteo ou Episcopacy
recommended that the election of Bishops
and other General Conference ollicers
take place at ten o'clock on Thursday,
May 15. The geueral opinion in the com
mittee seemed to be that there should be
at least live new Bishops elected, if not
six or seven. The Committee on State ol
the Church appointed sub-committees on
pernicious literature, Sabbath, location
of churches and Bethel work. Other com
mittees were busy arranging the routine
for future busluess. Bishop J. F. Hurst
wielded the gavel as presiding oltlccr at
the Conference this morning.
The report of the Committee on
Memorials of Deceased Members, recom
mending memorial for such members on
Tuesday next was adopted. The Com
mittee on Fraternal Delegates was granted
permission to withdraw ln part to aid ln
the reception of delegates from the
South and Canada in tho Arch
Street Church, which had been en
gaged for the evening of May 15. Kev
Dr. King, of New York, offered a reso
lution, which was referred to the Com
mittee on the State of the Church, that
the Committee on the State of the Church
be Instructed to consider the matter ol
the protest against the assaults of Koman
ism on civil and religious liberty ln the
different States. Kev. Mr. King also
offered a resolution, which war
adopted, that ln its judgment the
Conference's cominltees have a
right only to act and report as
to the subjects referred to them by the
Conference. Judge Sibley, of Uhlo moved
that the Committee ou Episcopacy be re
quested to consider and report upon the
limitation time for Bishops hereafter
elected, and whcthertwelve years should
not be the proper time; referred to the
Committee on Episcopacy, Kev. William
Swindell of Philadelphia, moved
that the delegates be authorized to add
to their expenses the amount paid for
meals when their time was so occu
pied with the business of the Confer
ence and committees as to be unabl
to reach their homes in this city. Kev.
Dr. Daniel Curry, of New York, moved
an amendment, that the amount
should not exceed titty cents. The reso
lution was adopted, with what the
Bishop called the fifty-cent amend
ment. Morris K. Locke, of South
ern Illinois, moved the reference to
the Committee on Kevivals of the
matter of the use of the Methodist
Hymnal. Amendments were here offered
relative to its reference to the Committee
on Itineracy and Sunday-schools. Ilev.
C. C. McCabe of New York said the peo
ple will sing f-uch hymns as they please,
no matter what the Conference says. A
delegate asked if the Methodist Hymnal
was placed in the pews if it would not be
used by the congregation. Kev. Dr. Mc
Cain; said a number oi books of his Hymns
of tho Heart," consisting of extracts
iroui the Methodist Hymnal, had been
placed in Association Hall and all but live
disappeared. Laughter. Kev. Dr.
Lttuuhan, of Baltimore, said he found one
of the books in his seat and supposed It
was a preseut. Rev. Win. Swindells, of
Philadelphia, said there could be no surer
way ot breaking down a book of discipline
than by putting In It laws which can not
The Beformed Church of the United
Baltimork, Md., May 8. The Tri
ennial session of the Keformed Church
of the United States, which opeued last
night, resumed this morning, Kev. Dr.
Bausinan, of Beading, Pa., presiding.
The organization of the Synod was com
pleted by the election of the followiua
otllcers: Kev. Dr. E. It. Eschback,
President; J. B. Kriest, Vice-President;
Ke. J. J. Stern, of Cincinnati, Corres
ponding Secretary. The Synod then ad
journed until afternoon.
The African-American Conference.
Baltimokk, Mn., May 8. The fourth
day's session of the African-America?
Conference was held to-day. Kev. W.
II. Harter reported a resolution infavoi
of establishing a Connectioual Mutual
Aid Society. Adopted, after which the
Bishop appointed a committee from each
of the subordinate conferences to carrj
out the provisions of the resolution.
DEED Or ASSIGNMENT.
The Firm of Grant & Ward Execute a
Deed of Assignment
Nkw York, May 8. The firm of Graul
& Ward made a general assignment to
day for the benefit of the creditors
Geueral Grant, U. S. Grant, Jr., James
D. Fish and Ferdinand Ward all
signed the deed as general partners.
Preference is given to the following:
Eward James, J. II. Work, Win. S. War
ner, Jerome Chaffee, T. T. Wood, Ed
ward Short, E. M. Welmerding, Charles
Britton, E. A. Tuttle, James Gardner and
Frederick Grant. They are preferred in
full by reason of holding or owning cer
tain instruments bearing the firm's name
In the nature of guarantees of preference
of certain contracts, the instruments
also containing promises to pay money.
Creditors who have made loans to or de
posited money or securities with the firm,
aud who are not secured by collateral,
are next preferred, after which all other
creditors come In If there are any assets
over and above the preference.
Finances ln New York.
Nkw York, May 8. Money four pel
cent.; exchange firm but quiet; Gov
ernments firm; currency 6's 123 bid;
4's coupon, 1.131-8 bid; 4 1-2's do 1.23
1-8 bid. The stock market continue!
feverish with an unsettled feeling, and
uncertainty is still great. This morn
ing declines on large sales were at
tended with considerable excitement.
Prices underwent frequent wide
changes, mainly the result of selling bj
weak holders, frightened by unfavor
able reports, and intermitting raids by
the bear cliques. At the opening thf
list actively sold and prices started
downward, but supporting orders soon
appeared, on which the tone steadied
and the decline was checked. Thi
larger brokers succeeded ln bidding uj
figures to the opening point At th
time of writing the best figures ar
current in some cases. -
jBrrauoN Crrr, Mo., May 8.Th
Governor to-day appointed Colonel Bob
ert M. Brewer as Judge of the Pern
County Court, rice Is! (lore Laytoa, de
THE OLD WORLD,
Prlnoo Joromo Replies to His Par
tisans as to tho Position of
Tho Death of Judah P. Benjamin,
the Eminent Lawyer at
A Mormon Missionary Condemned to
Imprisonment at the Austrian
I'tHis, May 8. Prince Jerome In re
plying to tho request of his partisans
to explain the position of his son,
Prince Victor, said: "Inasmuch as
Victor has already declared respect
for and submission to his father's
will, It is needless to submitfurther ques
tions to him. The question whether France
shall beau Empire or Kepubllc Is of second
ary Importance. The people will set
tle this. The liepublic canuotbe dlsplea
Jng to a descendant of tho first Consul.
The name Napoleon signifies the devel
opment of French revolution, respect for
National sovereignty, love for the people,
desire to effect social reforms and to de
liver the Democracy from overweening
importance and extravagant expecta
tions." Paws, May 8. The death of Judah P.
Benjamin occurred yesterday. It was
not wholly unexpected by his immediate
friends, but neither here nor iu London
had any announcement been made of his
serious condition. Mr. Benjamin trip
ped on the step of a street car ln London
about six years ago, as he was about to
descend, falling on the street pavement,
and seriously injuring his spine. He was
tnen a feeble old man, aud never recov
ered from the shock.
Liverpool, May 8. A large party of
the friends of Henry Irving and Miss
Terry went down the Mersey "this morn
ing by special steamer to meet the steamer
Aurauia, having ou board the Illustrious
actor and actress. The Aurania was
soon sighted, the special steamer drew
up alongside, and many of the friends of
Mr. Irving and Miss Terry boarded the
Aurania. Quito an ovation followed.
INTERNATIONAL health exposition.
London, May 8. The International
Health Exposition, under the Presidency
of the Priuco of Wales, was opened to
day iu state by His Hoyal Highness the
Duke of Cambridge, K. G., ou behalf of
the Prince of Wales. The exhibition,
which is situated ou the site of the In
ternational Fisheries Exposition last
year, has been got up on a truly magnifi
cent scale. Fer since the fisheries ex
hibition, which was such an unprece
dented success, the public has been
easerly looking forward to the opening
of this exhibition. The day was every
thing that could be desired, the
weather was fine, the sun
shiuing brilliantly from early morning.
Long before the time appointed for the
opening ceremony to take place crowds
of fashionable people took their places ln
the building. The Duke of Cambridge,
commander-in-chief of the array, attended
by a brilliant staff, and the Mayor and
Corporation of Loudon, with other mili
tary and civic dignitaries, proceeded to
the exhibition, where, after the usual
formalities had been gone through, His
Koyal Highness declared tho exhibition
duly open. The center hall is magnificent
ly decorated with flowers ami the roof
profusely covered with fiags and banners.
The objects of the undertaking are to
awaken the public to a true sense of
health and educate them up to a higher
London, May 8. lleury Chaplin, Con
servative member of Parliament, writes
to the Stamford that whatever alteration
is required to place the Conservative
party upon a popular basis should be ef
fected through the recognized leaders,
and not In defiance of their counsels.
A Times leader says: "The real ques
tion at issue between Churchill aud the
Conservative leaders is whether the in
ternal organization of the party will be
established upon a popular representa
tive basis, as Churchill advocates it, or
shall remain upon au irresponsible basis.
On this" broad aud unmistakable issue
there should be no doubt but that
Churchill is right.
London, May 8. Teu women were
blown to pieces and two others wounded
by an explosion of dynamite at Noble's
London, May 8. Chinese advices state
t tat LI Hung Chang has been Invested
with full powers ou the Annam question.
Preliminary negotiations regarding Ton
quln began at Tien Tsin.
London, May 8. The report that the
King of Belgium had dispatched Stanley
with an expedition from the Congo to aid
Gordon in retreating from Khartoum Is
untrue. Stauley Is on his way to Bel
Vienna, May 8. A Mormon missiona
ry has been condemned to imprisonment.
Trieste, May 8. A panic in a
chapel ln this city this morning was
caused by tho altar catching tire. Many
people were injured.
- Constantinople, May 8. Admiral
Baldwin arrived on board a United States
vessel, the Porte having granted a firman
Montreal, May 8. The Tullman Com
pany bos completed a tlftecn-ycars' agree
ment with the Department of KaJlways
for the Inter-Colonial Railway. It la un
derstood that the present agreement with
the Grand Truuk, which ends in August,
will be extended for five years.
Fratricide Over a ShMp-Killing Dog.
Jkfff.rhonvillk, Ixd., May 8. Josiahi
Hamilton, aged twenty-two, shot his
brother David dead this morning and
fled. The kUUng resulted from a quarrel
about a sheep-killing dog of the former;
David tfareftteaed to kill the dog antess
he was tied op. This infuriated the
yowurer brothor, who drew a revolver
Another Lost Steamship.
Rockland, Mk., May 8. The steam
ship City of Portland, Captain Lascon,
of the International Line, from Boston
for St. John, struck a ledgo off Fisher
man's Island channel at 3:25 this morn
ing and sunk. She will bo a total loss.
Tho passengers and crew were saved.
A Questionable Transaction.
New York, May 8. The only new
feature regarding tho Grant-Ward fall
uro confirms tho news of a day or
two ago that tho firm re-hypothecated
a largo number of securities similar to
the Banner and Netter case a few
years ago, and In ono case tho col
lateral deposited was uever returned,
nor were the proceeds.
Sr. Loris, Mo., May 8. Tho Grand
Couucll of Koyal and Select Masters met
hi the Masoulc Hall this afternoon. Six
of the eight subordinate lodges In tho
State were represented. To-night tho
Scottish Kite Masons have another meet
lug. To-morrow the Grand Chapter will
be attended by 300 delegates. Iu tho
eveulng the degree of Auuoiuted High
Priest will be conferred.
PiTTsntKoii, Pa., May 8. A Tid
iouto (Pa.) special says: Last evening
George Jeune shot aud killed William
Ellis, who was on the premises of
Jenne, tho latter disputing with him
about a log chain. Ellis called Jenne
approbrious names, whereupon the lat
ter discharged tho contents of a shot
gun into Ellis' left breast, killiug him
Instantly. Jenne immediately delivered
himself up aud Is now in jail.
Customs Receipts for April.
St. Loiis, Mo., May 8. The receipts
at this port for April amounted to $11)1,
423,47, of which 1811,410,57 came from
duties, and the rest from fees ami hospi
tal taxes. This Is a remarkable showing
against the corresponding mouth of 1843,
when the receipts amounted to $8l,9'Jl.
Tho increase is due to larger sugar and
dry goods Import trade, which have
sprung up within a year. St. Louis Is
now doing an immense sugar business
with Cuba, the goods arriving iu lots of
?!t0,000 at a time.
The Texas Military Tournament.
IIocston, Tex., May 8. Iu the drill of
tho Busch, Bain aud Kichardsou Zouaves
the Busch men came out ahead aud arc
pretty sure of the first prize. Tho con
test between Battery A, St. Louis, and B,
New Orleans, is also very close. This
morning the weather Is clear and more
favorable. The Mobile Guards drill to
day and the Tredway Kiiles ou Friday.
The chances for St. Louis winning are
good. Everything hero is lively and the
men are In fine trim. A grand ball and
banquet will be given to-morrow eve
ulng. No Tidings of Treasurer Woodward.
Philadelphia, Pa.', May 8. There aro
no further tidings of the whereabouts of
Engene G. Woodward, the defaulting
Treasurer of the Board of Trustees of tho
General Assembly of tho Presbyterian
Church. The investigation of the books
Is still in progress, but will not bo com
pleted for several days. Woodward's
most Intimate friends arc still of the opin
ion that his mind is deranged, and that tho
defalcation was not made with the knowl
edge of the serious consequences which
MARKET HE POUTS.
Grain and Provisions.
THURSDAY, MAT 8, 1S84.
Corros Steady; middling, im3uc.
Flour Steady; XXX to choice, f3.UO34.80:
WHKAT-Finner; No. 2 Red, fU74&U4;
No. a Kel, l.W5l.a.).
Corn- Higher; No. 8 mixed, fc!'G;5!,2c;
Ho. 2 whit.- mixed, Stie.
Oath i-tvady ; No. 2. SlxaWc.
It vb Firm: No. i, flhiHJo.
Tobacco Firm; lutfs oommon to choioo,
f.".7.V( 10.00; Icnf; common ml leuf, (S.OUtj)
(O.OU; meiiium tOK'KKl tUi .HStClT.50.
Hav Pralrh) tUMI for prime; f!4.003
I'i.UU forchoioe; mixed flluU for common to
prime; timothy J 1 45 IH for prime to choice.
Hi'ttkii Steady: choice to fancy creamery
tlWiic; dairy, choice to funey, lMjjUc; low
K(ius Stody, at 10'ic.
i Potatoes Firm; Eimtern Burbank, 4.1 I5e;
Koe. 15c; Peerk-M iiT'yfiWo. Northern,
l,":it'S5c; Bottom stock at l.ViUMu.
Pokk St 'iwly; standard mess, fl7.3
17.374; hard side, JH1.S7',.
Lard Steady; prime steam, 8je.
Hacon Longs. t'c; shorts, U O'to; clear
Wool Tub-wahpd choice, SVft'Me: mo
Hum, :ntt'e: unwashed medium, SJ&Mc; low
Ind course trrades. l'xciso.
Hidics Ouiet; dry Hint, 170170; Unm
atfcd, 14VHo: bulls or sla.'S, 10e; dry
lultod. Pic: dry salted, damaged, lie; kip and
calf, sulud, to4c; damaged, tio; bulls and
Slags, 6J4C; green, uneuied, 74c; damaged,
Snr.KP Pelts Steady; green, TOtJsnc; dry
Jo, 4D C-70C., as to umonnt ami qua'ityof wool;
sweri shearlings, Pic; dry do, KKtfljo; lamb
WiigAT Lower; No. 2 Ked, May, $1.0,?,;
June, $I.10W.I.U; July, I.l)S',ai.o8,.
Corn Steady; May, iil'.e; June, tMVic;
Oats Steady; No. 2, mixed, May aud
Provisions Pork Quiet ;tiMt mess, $17.05;
I.ard-Pinn; steam. Slay, s.0li)U)ti; June,
July, IXie; August, Wo; September, l',e.
1.M ... if.... r..t... I r.-i...
July, !Y.l'c; August, .WSe.
oats Steady; May, XV4e; June, 33;c;
I'lt.n. An. pt, .it -Klin
Pork Steady; June, f "M: July, H7.70.
Laiik Stronger; May, fs.5.": June, $S.il"4;
July, s.T2t4: August, fs.sj'i.
Short Kins May. fs.45; Juno, fS.53;
July, S.574; August, $s.05.
Live Stock Markets.
Hons Hecelpts, lu.Onu: market active and
fie lower for light; heavy and mixed lota
firm; light t5.(KX&S.!i&; rough packing,
$j.5U(ft5.!t; heavy packing and shipping,
jf8.96ui.il.ai. , ...,.
CATTLK-Rocclpts, 5,:W: market brisk
nn.l tinner: exports, fn.tik.tB.tm; good to
oholeo, uoatl.as; oommon to fair, Jf,').3Ui4
snKSP Kecelpts, 1.300; market netivo aud
higher; common to choice, 4.uetfi1.::5.
Catti.s Dull; fair to medium, butchers',
HOWiTifl; shippers' oteora, 8.2&a.W; poor
to good Texans, f 4.2Ti6aa.M.
8HKRP Activo; fair to good clipped
ahPO), fft.WttoO.10j fair to good wooleil, fti.tt
4)7.00; fair to good lambs, f4.7fW.uo.
Hoos lmu; medium to fair Yorkcrs.fA.RrV
I.W: butchers' grade, t5.UUdiM0; pigs, Jfi.oo
Cattli Receipts, 2,100; flrm, aetivo ami
higher; nativo stews of W6 to MTU lira, aver
age, 5.1.VtCA.05; stoeker and feeders, 4.uuO
Hoos BiyKtlpts, 7,000; firmer and higher;
lots of W to ail lbs. averagn, 5.X6.Uft;
BBttt Heeripts, Oil let and unchanged,
A moderately good second-hand piano,
modern case, for $53. Apply at Mn. D.
Arter's, 10th street. 4-6t
The Spanish barber shop, corner 8th and
Halliday Avenue, is for sale at a bargain.
Anyone wishing to buy please call at the
shop or address Emilk Gomez. 3-flt
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 in stock all kinds ot coffins, metal
caskets, &c, also all kinda of furniture,
repairing and cabinet work done. Pricea
reasonable. D im Jacob Fleck.
Legal Blanks Kept For Sale
at The Bulletin office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Ileal Estato Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, Ac.
An Editor's Tribute.
Thereon P. Keator, Editcr of Ft. Wayne,
led., "Gazette," writes: "For the past five
years have always used Dr. King's New
Discovery, for coughs of most severe char
acter, as well as for those of a milder type.
It never fails to effect a speedy cure. My
friends to whom I have recommended it
speak of it in eame 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)
UucKien'a Arnica Salve
The Beet 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 is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
'15 cents pur box. For sale by Barclay
Very Eemarkable Recovery.
Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester,
Mich., writes: "My wite has been almost
helpless for five years, so helpless that she
could not turn over in bed alone. She used
two bottles of Electric Bitters, and is ao
much improved, that she ia able now to do
her own work."
Electric Bitters will do all that is claimed
for them. Hundreds of testimonials attest
their great curative powers. Only fifty
cents a bottle at Barclay Bros. (2)
I suffered from acute inflammation in my
nose and head for a week, at at a time I
could not see. I used Ely's Cream Balm
and iu a few days I was cured. It waa
wonderful how quick it helped me. Mrs.
Geoigie S. Judson, Hartford, Conn.
Pkaikieviixe, Tex., June 29tb, 1883. I
have been selling drugs and medicines in
Texas for seven years, during which time I
have sold Merrell's Family Medicines to
hundreds of families, to all of whom they
gave entire satisfaction, more especially did
Merrell's Female Tonic Ague Cure, Cough
Balsam and Liver Pills meet all that was
claimed for them. II. B. Wiixiaes.
"Well's Health Renewer" restores health
and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence
Sexual Debility. 1.
"Rough on Toothache."
Instant relief; quick cure. Toothache,
Neuralgia, Faceache. 15c. at druggists.
Catarrh of the Bladder.
Slinging, irritation, inflammation, all
Kidnev and Urinarv Oumnlainis. cured hv
"Bucbu-paiba." $1. 1
Avoid Pills Being largely composed of
mercury they eventually ruin the stomach.
but Allen's Bilious Physic a vegetable mix
ture, acts quickly, and effectually cures. 25
Cents. At all Druggists. (5)
Pain from indigestion, dyspepsia, and
ton hearty eatiug is relieved at once by
taking one of Carter's Little Liver PilLa
immediately after dinner. Don't forget
Of a large number of preparations, Ely's
Cream Balm gives the most relief. I can
recommend it for Catarrh, Cold in the
Head or Hay Fever. S. B. Lewis, Princi
pal Graded School, Clinton, Wis.
Ministers Sound its Praise.
Rev. Mr. Greenfields, Knoxville, Tenn-
writes as follows: "Samaritan Nervino per--manently
cured my son of epileptic fits."
Here's food for thought. Sold by druggists.
Waste No Time
in vain attempts to eradicate blemishes of
the teeth, but buy 80Z0DONT at once
and apply it vigorously. Never fear that
it will hurt the enamel of your teeth liko
dentrifr'ces you may have used. On the
contrary it wi!l keep the teeth intact, ren
der them bright, and perpetuate or restore
the health of the mouth's interior. Retard
decar ami stav time's defacing fincer with
rejuvenating, pleasant and wholesome 80Z-
Cheap Homes in Arkansas and Texas.
Along the lico of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
$3.00 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 learn that the crop
far 1883 Is 50 per cent larger than that of
1883. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate ia
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Townskad, Qcnl Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, If?.