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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
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VOL. XVI.
CAIRO, ILL., SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1!U.
NO. 133.
iimiiiuiiiiiiijuimiiiijummiiMui
It ia a fart that remedies almost without
punibor, already ooiiU! the claim t cure ill the 111
Uiat afflict iulfflrtiiK Uiuuaiiity. ThoiiKandH Uuio
luuod uiuu puwerluaa to work a euro tor litem.
No diseases have bo baffled all attempts
at permanent rlii-f an have Ithcimiatlwn and Neural,
iria. AloiiKaiiyiiiuof dlnappiiiitiiieiiUhaiiia(ie
Uielr atroiilu-d victiiiia dinpair of the imwibility of
cur For centuries Uwy have cuuanknU bo.
joud the power ui uitxiical kill to cure.
Anil yet wo say both can be cured, ami
that Atblophoroh will do the buHinean. XLa Uat
Woof UiaUtcaudoitiatlitttithaaUuueit
Rev. S. R. Pennen, P.D., pastor Third
ConmraUonal Church. Tw Haven. fvwin. Itlu-it.
niatiiwi bad keft blm from tlie pulpit four or Ave
UioLtlia at a time. Hp nil he bad mifferwl all that
one could, ami live. He took ht tlrBt A'm t Ai ii
ljrHoitn on Friday ; Hiimlay be wax in Iiib pulpit ;
Monday be waa well, and hat remained to amce.
Rev. William I. CVirl.it, IU)., pastor
Geoive Bt M. K. Church, X'W Haven, Otin., wan laid
iil'fortwo month with Inflammatory Itl.f'iiinatiHn,
auffeririir uiont eicmi'iatilitr torture. AlHl.oiuouua
cured law, and be Ulievw it to b Infallible.
H. 8. Chandler, of the N. Y. " Indcpen-
dent." aaya ATHI.OFHonr cured him nf Khinn.a
tum from which be bad aullered for a year and a hiuf.
Rev. W. B. Evans, Washington, I. ('.,
aaya: " I connider itn work almont in the uVht "f a
miracle. It ia a uiowt womlerful medicine, nought
to be apread throughout Uia land."
Thepreatquestion in, Will itcurem7 We
believe it wUL la it worth trying f You muat decide.
If yon cannot art A riiLopiionoa of your dnuirixt,
we will aend it hi r paid.nu mn-n t of r-vular
price one dollar r Ijottle. We prrfi-r that you buy
It from your dnuonrt, hut if be bacn't it. do not be
iiervuaded to try aometbiiiK elae, but order at once
from oa a directed.
ITHL0PH0R0S CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK,
iiimiiiiiiiiiiitii b. . ......,,.,,,.,,,,,
"Will the oomlnir man amoke ?" wu apt
tied by rTof. Flak in Uia cbannimr pam
phlet. He aay, moreover, that the rational
way to urn tobaroo m through the
All agree that ouly the tmt to banco nbuulil
be turd. Which ia the bext r Tlut tu
which Nature haacontribuUxl the niort ei
gulalte flavora. Dlarkwell'a Dud Durham
HmokinK Tobacco niia the bill completely.
Nearly two-tmrda of all the Vba:coirrown
on the Oolden Tobacco belt of North faro
Una v-oea Into the manufactory of ltla. i.
well, at Durham. Th y buy the pick of
Uie entire section. Htnce
Ulac-kwell'a Bull Durham
bmokintr Tobacco ia th
beet of that tobacco. Don't
be ducelvixl whi;n you buy
The Durham Dull trade
mark la on
every irenuiLe
package.
BlackweH'a Genume Bull Diirhaia
iathech'iiot all J'l itrux f
bUukUiK Tobacco.
C. W. HENDERSON,
No. liU Commercial Ave.,
Sole Agent foi Jhe Celebrated
and EA3S"GES,
MsLiifiictarcr and Dcs'ct in
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iran Work.
HEADQCA" TEKS JbOIi
Buil.tira' Hardware and CVpentcm' To l '.Tah'e
nd Pocket utl-ry, bct Iu the n.irkrt. Knu'urt
Broa.' I'lated Kolr-n, Furka aim Sooun, tiramte
Iroo Ware. WVr.Iti Earthenware. v'li M.mntaln
Freexjr, Water C lolers. !.f'it'era'..r, Clotbea
Wringers, Crown Falter-. St I.iid.-i1. (iarden
Imiilcmetita. (iuldee hiorOil Stovei- hi-t In the
woild, Lamp of ev.rv desert tiim. Klaiu Oil.
Car.ut Sweeper., K attier Uuter, Itroiima, Min
now Scieca W!ro Cloth, Full u;ply ol Fishing
Tic'ilo.
The above t rncK bolt m pr cc '.
Corner I2ih and Commerila1 Avenue, Cairo, III.
Tel'.'pbone No.
LOU ISC. HERBERT,
' (Success, r to Chw. T. NtwLml and
II. T. Geronld )
Plumbeh torn and Gas Fir,
Commercial Ave, bet. Tenth ami Ele
venth Ms ,
CA1UO. : : : ILL.
lMvo Well Force and Lift Pumps fu niched and
pntnp. Airent for tho Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FOKCE PUMP ',
thebewt tiump ever Invented. Nrw Oaa FUturea
furnished to order. Od rixltirea repaired and
broni!"d. ,
tsr Jobbing promptly utb nded to. 319 tf
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Leader in
Mntle to Order.
8tb St., hot. Ohio Levee 4 Commercial Ave.
CAIRO. - ILL
Hepalrinsr neatly done at short notice.
Clarkson & Iiowers,
Banner S:T:0:Pv:E,
No. 30 Htla St., Cairo, 111.
fVOood Stock and Pricoi RoaonabIe.l
aiHMWHaadamafcateaaUMJaaV.bbaV
twia kit i a av ,
CHICAGO'S VENAL PRESS
Publicly Acoused of Trying to Se
cure Brlboa from Men Drawn
aa Jurors.
A Kentucky Penitentiary Guard Overpow
ered by Two Prisoners, Disarmed
and Killed,
The Competitive Drill at Houston, Texas-
Tee Tredway Rifles Expected to
Win the Big Prize.
A Sennation in Court.
Chicago, Ii.i.., May 8. A seusatlon
was caused In the McKuaisuo trial this
iiiorniuji by Counsel VanArinan, of tho
defense, iiiovliif? the discharije ol the
jurors already thoen; also that the case
no over till the next term, on the ground
that the newspapers were trying to se
cure bribes from tlio.-e summoned as
jurors not to abuse them. .Speculations
were refused, and the Court promptly re
fused the motion. The case has been on
for live days and only eight jurors have
thus far been accepted.
OVKKl'OWKKKI) AND KILLED.
A Penitentiary Guard in Charge of
Eight Kentucky Convicts.
Mr, SiKiti.iMi, Ky., May It. A peni
tentiary guard In charge of eight convicts
whom he was transferring from Frankfort
to a prlon on the Kentucky Central liall
road, roached here yesterday afternoon,
and htarted on foot lor the prison. Later
live of tho prisoners weru met, who said
one of the prisoners, complaining that his
handcuffs were hurting him, took ad
vantage of the opportunity to overpower
the guard, seized his guu and killed him.
Then three of the prisoners escaped.
The other live were trying to reach the
prison.
INTKK-STATE UUILL,
The St. Louis Militia Expected to Take
the Horns.
HocsTox, Tkx., May 0. Fully 13,000
people were ou the ground to-day and the
opinion is general that St. Louis will
carry away all the cash prizes.
The contest yesterday between the
Mobile llilles, Captaiu Williams com
manillmr, the Montgomery (Ala.) Grays
and Washington (luards, of Galveston,
resulted in a victory for the former,
with the Treadways barred iu the
pools. To-day closes the contest, the
companies drilling in the following or
der: Houston Light Guards, Colum
bus Guards, lllchardsou Zouaves and
Treadway Iiifles, the latter being the
favorite and tirst iu the pools. The
men euter the contest confident of
victory. A irrand ball will be given
to-night. The programme concludes
to-morrow with a sham battle. Camp
was disturbed all night by the firing of
cannon and the yelling of excited crowds
CAPTURE OF SHEA.
The Murderer of Officer Doran to be Re
turned for Sentence.
St. Louis, Mo May !t. The capture
of Shea, the murderer of Olllcer Doran, Is
regarded with great satisfaction by the
police. Circuit Attorney Harvey sent on
a requisition to the Governor of Pennsyl
vania two days ao, and as Shea Is serv
ing a term for burglary it is expected he
will be pardoned the lesser offense In or
der to be hanged for the greater. Harvey
was Shea's counsel In the murder trial,
and on him will devolve the task of ask
ing that sentence be passed upon the
convicted murderer. His motion for a
new trial having been overruled, all that
remains for Shea Is an appeal or the gal
lows. S1IKA IX riTTSBunmi.
PiTTSitritiiii, Pa., May 'J. After his
escape from the St. Louis authorities
Shea made several attempts to cross the
Atlantic, but was unsuccessful. During
May, ls;s, he came to Pittsburgn and
worked in a glass factory on the South
Side, where he was shadowed by St.
Louis detectives, when he left the city,
but came back in a few days. The first
reliable clue to his whereabouts seems to
have been obtained on his conviction lu
this county. Ever since then the St.
Louis authorities have bten correspond
ing with Warden Wright. Shea's iden
tification yesterday by Detectives J. P.
Browning was positive and beyond a
doubt. The prisoner recognized Brown
ing at once and jocularly re
marked to him in the course of
conversation that if he had ever got to
Cuba, he would have been safe. On the
10th of June last Shea, under the name of
John Sullivan, was convicted of burglary
and sent to the Western Penitentiary for
live years, but had not been an inmate
long until, in connection with another
prisoner, he planned an escape, which
would have been successful but for the
vigilance of a keeper, who brought Sulli
van, or Shea, back from the prisou at tho
point of a revolver. After his removal
from the old pen he was again planning
an escape and again was frustrated.
To-day Browning applied to Governoi
Patterson at llarrisburg for a requisition
to take the prisoner to St. Louis.
Baptists in Convention.
Baltimokk, Md., May 9. At this
morning's session of the Southern Bap
tist Convention, W. Morton and N. Long,
of Kentucky, were re-elected Treasurei
and Auditor. A motion was passed ap
pointing a committee composed of ono
member from each State to consider what
changes arc advisable In the constitution,
Dr. Anderson, President of tho Uni
versity, made a short address upou the
mutual good feeling which now exists In
the church between Northern and South
ern societies. He accused the public
press of telling the people that Christian
ity was falling and losing Its grip.
Tho Recent Suspensions.
Nkw Youk, May !). Wm, C. Smith,
of the Stock Exchange and a membci
of tho tlrm of Grant & Ward, said this
afternoon "I don't think the statement ol
the assignee will bo ready until the lat
ter part of next week. I don't think
the amount of liabilities will reach eight
million dollars. These figures are all
gossip, and are extravagant y large. 1
had nothing to do with the transactions
of the tlrm beyond the business done on
the exchange The railroad companies
which received loans ou securities,
and which have been taansferrej
to other persons are amply protected and
will lose nothing. The losses will fall
chtetly upon Individuals who Invested
money with the tlrm. Of course, General
Grant and son have known of the firm's
transactions, but I do not think they were
fully aware of the large amount involved.
lliey Dave been led on by ward, ana wui,
of course, lose heavily. The Marine Hank
has begun suit against Ferdinand Ward
for 8700,000, tho amount of over-drafts
paid out by the bank ou Ward's account.
An attachment iu the suit was granted
against the house and personal property
of Ward In Brooklyn.
The Methodist Conference.
Puilaheli'iua, Pa., May 9. As soon
as the roll was called In the M. K. Confer
ence this morning, Bishop Harris came
to the front of the platform and an
nounced that tho Board of Bishops had
met yesterday at Bishop Simpson's room
and lu reply to the request of the confer
ence had discussed the subject and
reached the conclusion that In their opin
ion three new Bishops would be adequate
to ellicieutly carry on the work of this
episcopacy. The report was received
with applause by the conference. He an
nounced the following aa the committee
on chartered fund: George S. Share, of
New York; Enoch Hogalie, of Northwest
Indiana, and Dr. F. Barnes, of Michigan.
Keporta Anxiously Awaited.
Nkw York, May 0. There are no new
developements In Wall street this morn
ing iu relation to the suspension of the
Marine Bank, and of Grant & Ward. On
one hand the bank examiner's report Is
awaited; on the other a statement of tho
llrrn of brokers. It is not likely that
either document will be prepared before
to-morrow. The rumor that Ward was
to be arrested has not yet been confirmed.
It is said Ward has become a physical
wreck, caused by the strain attendant
upon the trouble and suspension.
The "Alert" to Sail To-day.
Buooki.y.v, N. Y., May 9. The Navy
Yard workmen put the last touch on the
work on board the Arctic search supply
steamer Alert this afternoon, ' and to
morrow morning she will take her de
parture for St. Johns. She will make a
few hours' delay at that place, take coal,
and then go north ou her mission of
mercy. The Alert is very deeply laden.
Terrific Thunder-Storm.
Dovkk, N. H., May 9. A terrific thuu-der-storin
accompanied by a deluging
rain occurred iu this vicinity this morn
ing. The farmhouse and barn, with con
tents, owned bv Win. Flynu, a contractoi
at Elliot, Me., were struck by lightning
and burned. Los, 1,500.
A report from Epping states that the
Bunker Building was struck by lightning
and burned, and J. W. Martin's body was
found iu the ruins.
Dropped Dead.
Piiiladkli'iiia, Pa., May 9. Mary A.
Jones aged forty years, who lived In a lit
tle room almost bare of furniture, dropped
dead last night at the corner of Fourth and
Arch streets, of heart disease. The im
pression is that she was a miser although
she pleaded poverty. On her prsou was
found a bank book In which 65,300 was
marked to her credit and between the
leaves $100 in bills drawn yesterday.
This Is supposed to be ouly one portiou
of her wealth. It is said that she has
large amounts deposited with private
bankers.
E.VC OVItACi I NO PKOS.PECTS.
Jubilant Over the Fine Condition ol
Their Wheat Crop.
Siiklhyvillk, I ix., Mav 9. The pros
pects for wheat in this section of the
State are much more encouraging than
they were two weeks ago. Abundaut
rains assisted by the recent warm weather,
have given it a wonderful impetus, and
iu some places the plant Is growing so
luxuriantly that it will fall down and
lodge. Some wheat growers who, dis
couraged with the outlook, were thinking
of plowing up their ground and putting
in corn, have abandoued the idea and are
jubilant over the change. Instead of a
meagre half crop, as reported ten days
ago, experienced farmers now predict
fully a three-fourths crop.
HOPE AHEAD.
Northern Tourists An Arkansarw Trav
eller. Little Rock, Auk.; May 9. A Z t
crat special from F't. Smith says that
Marlon Bird, an old and respected cituen,
sent his family to Texas, and after set
tllug his business, being short of funds,
stole a tine horse and sold it. He escaped,
but was captured near Red River aud w ill
be tried for horse-stealing.
A party of 200 Northern excursionists
left here this morning for Texas, delight
ed with the people, climate and country
here. They were feasted on strawber
ries and cream at Beebe yesterday, and
will bo similarly entertained by the citi
zens of Hope to-day.
Damaged Slx-and-a-Quarter Cents.
riTTsiiuutiii, Ta., May 9. The jury in
the libel suit of ex-Coroner Hope against
tho Commercial Gazette, this morning
awarded plaintiff six and one-quarter
cents damages. The alleged libel was iu
publishing that Hope had failed to turn
over to the Couuty Commissioners goods
in his possession at the close of hisotllcial
term.
Lane Theological Seminary.
Cincinnati, O., May 9. The com
mencement exercises of tho Lane Theo
logical Seminary took placo yesterday.
Five graduates received diplomas: Win. A.
Erven, of Cincinnati; Hamilton A. Hun
ter, of Jackson, Ohio; T. Edmund Lewis,
Pomeroy, Ohio; David Thomas, Oak Hill,
Ohio, and John W. Wilson, Collinsville,
111. Prof. H. P. Smith delivered tho di
plomas aud Rev. Dr. Arthur Mitchell
made tho annual address.
Harry Lee's Bond.
Cincinnati, O., May 9. Tho bond In
the caso of Harry Lee, Indicted for em
bezzlement, has been fixed at $4,000 iu
each case, making 916,000 In all.
Held for Trial.
LAWBaVNCic, Mass., May 9. Ex-Mayor
Saunders has been held for trial for ballot-box
stuffing.
The Thetis at St Johns.
St. Jonas, N. F. May 9. Tho Thetis
arrived at 8 :30 this morning. All on
board are well. The machinery was dls
disarranged tor one day during the pas
sag tad the ship continued under sail,
IMll J 1L W Aft. k 4
!YJU.?U lur . nortn ioBay.
UP IN THE MILLIONS,
The Recent Failures tho Largest
Ever Known In Wall
Streot.
General Grant and His Family Fearfully
lavolved-Fred Grant Said to Be
Looking for Work.
Estimated That the Liabilities of Grant &
Ward Will Figure Up Ten
Million Dollars.
Nkw Yohk, May 9. Tho suspicion
grows that tho Grant & Ward failure
Is much more serious thati at first
intimated. A well-known member of
the Stock Exchange to-day said: "For
four or th e months I have heard rumors
of the queer transactions of Grant
& Ward. I do not think $8,000,
0oo by any means an extravagant
estimate of the liabilities of the tlrm.
My belief is that they will exceed $10,
ooo.ouij. When their failure was an
nounced I said it would bo the largest
Wail street ever saw, and I am more
firmly convinced than ever of the truth
of these estimates. What the assets can
be no one knows, but probably very
small, and the disparity in the llgures
w ill undoubtedly cause a surprise."
Nkw YciiiK, May 9. President Fish, of
the Marine Bank will not be asked to re
sign until a receiver Is appointed, when a
new President will doubtless be elected.
Fish repeats his statement that the de
positors will lose nothing. The bank,
according to its own statement, had 81,
450,000 in cash last Saturday, and on
Tuesday its cash was ouly $250,000. It
is stran.'e how the large difference disap
peared iu three days, and the matter ex
cites much comment. Graut & Ward are
sued by the New York, Chicago & St.
Louis Hallway Company, aud the Su
preme t'ourt has granted an order re
quiring defendants to show cause why a
receiver should not be appointed to wind
up their affairs. Meantime, they are re
strained lrom Interfering with tho part
nership assets.
Vauderbilt alleges that Grant & Ward,
upon tho receipt of certain notes aud se
curities from the N. Y., C. & St. L. Com
pany, made reckless use of them iu bor
rowing money. U. S. Grant, Jr., has
conveyed city property to Jerome Chaffee,
his father-in-law, for 300,000. The last
effort of Graut & Ward to weather the
storm was made ten days before their
failure, when they borrowed through an
agent $5oo,ono from a foreign bank. It
is not know what securities were used
In negotiating this loan. The members
of the firm, by agreemeut, drew out
$3,000 each per month for living ex
penses. The younger partners lived very
extravagantly. Both Jesse and Fred
Grant have lost heavily.
FOREIGN XEWS.
England.
London, -May 9. Uev, Charles Old
Goodford, D. 1)., Provost of Eton Col
lege, is dead.
London, May 9. Kainey, Knox & Co.,
linen manufacturers and merchants of
Glasgow, suspended, owing to Duulap &
Twaddle's failure.
London, May 9. The 7Vnt-, referring
to the hisses and groans with w hich Glad
stone was greeted yesterday at the Health
Exhibition, says: "We can hardly be
wrong in supposing that tho feeling of
discontent which has been gradually
gathering since the nervelessness of tho
Government's policy lu Egypt became ap
parent Is Immensely Increased by tho
treatment of General Gordon.
Ireland.
Dublin, May 9. Three hundred emi
grants left Wci;tport, County Mayo, to
day for Boston.
Spain.
Madkid, May 9. The elections for
members of the Cortes, resulted lu the
Conservatives' return by a large majority
to both the upper aud lower chambers.
The Republicans claim that the Con
servatives used the whole force of the
Government organization to secure the
return of their candidates. During the
elections the Republicans sent delegates
to watch the procedure, and the dele
gates were, it Is said, obstructed by
the Government ofllcials. A large num
ber of Liberal candidates withdrew
from tho contest on account of the fact
that It was Impossible to maintain the
light with Government candidates.
Germany.
Bkiilin, May 9. The debate lu the
Reichstag on the anti-Socialist bill was
resumed to-day, Bismarck delivered a
strong speech In support of the bill, de
claring tho provisions of tho bill neces
sary to enable the Government to success
fully combat the Socialists, who claimed
to be not only a revolutionary body, bull
also aimed at tho disorganization of so
ciety, aud were the cause of many strikes
and Increased suffering among tho work
ing classes. Continuing, tho Prince said :
"In 1S8:', recognizing tho rapid growth of
Socialism lu Germany and through
out Europe and the contemptible means
employed to get rid of an objectionable
persou, I proposed that a conference of
the powers be held, at which measures
should be agreed upon for joint action
for tho suppression of the dynamite policy
adopted by tho outlaws of the society, bo
they socialists, anarchists, nihilists or dy
namiters; but England and France re
fused to join In the conference. It re
malus tor us to adopt a policy which will
effectually rid Germany of such persons,
and tho Government Is fully determined
that the measures contained lu this bill
shall become law, aud If the Reichstag
should reject the bill, a dissolution will
follow and an appeal be made to your
electors to condemn your action by re
turning members who will fully agree
with the Government that socialist, excess
es must be vigorously combattod."
Bkki.iv, May 9. A bauk will be estab
lished at Hamburg to promoto tho Ger
man colonial commerce.
Italy.
London, May 9. It Is reported that
King Humbert of Italy has commissioned
Ismail Pasha, tho ex-Khodlv, of Egypt,
to coufer with Gladstone. Austria and
Germany wish to placo Italy on aa equal
ity with France lit tho Egyptian dlseua-
SiOD.
France.
Paius, May 9. Tho Uepulllijuii asserts
that Franco w ill not consent to change
tho law for the liquidation of the Egyp
tian debt unless European control Is established.
Egypt.
Cairo, May 9. The offers of funds to
bribe the natives to secure General Gor
don's safety have been refused, as Gen
eral Gordon refuses to escape ou such
terms.
Nova Scotia.
Halifax, May 9. Tho Faraday landed
the shore end of tho cable at Cayuso,
Thursday, then laid seventy miles at sea,
returned and conuectcd with tho shore
cud and started for Cape Ami. They ex
pect to complete the cable to the latter
place in a week.
TELEGRAPHIC IIKEVITIES.
William Ellis was shot aud killed on
Wednesday evening by Georgo Jenue, lu
a dispute about a log chain, at Tidioute,
Pit.
Olilcial notification of the restoration of
rates by the Baltimore & Ohio Roud was
seut out out Thursday by Commissioner
F'iuk.
The Irish National Republican League
has beeu iu secret session in Chicago for
several days scheming for campaign
work.
Tho Spring meeting of tho Kentucky
Association began Thursday at Louis
ville with warm weather and the track
ankle deep in mud.
A Louisville attorney named Lewis C.
Garrlgus has sued A. Fraizer of that city
for$s,000 damages for shooting him at
Russellvllle, Ky., last year.
At the Medical Convention at Washing
ton Thursday Dr. Keller of Arkansas said
lu a few years cremation would be re
garded as a sanitary necessity.
Tho charges of bribery In connection
with the late Kentucky Senatorial election
were found by the committee of Investi
gation to be without foundation.
A harmonious meeting of general and
local passenger ticket ageuts of roads
parties to the Kansas City agreement
was held Thursday at Kansas City.
Henry Scvaru, who murdered Mrs. Har
rison Reed ou Monday last at Winston,
N. C, was taken from jail last night by
several hundred citizens and lynched.
An Investigation of the affairs of tho
JIariue Bank has been begun. Excite
meut has moderated, the general Impres
sion being that President Fish was hasty
iu his action.
The Sharon divorce caso was rich In its
developments Thursday. A colored wit
ness who had previously testified in be
half of Miss Hill acknowledged she had
beeu bribed to perjure herself.
Hanged.
Columbia, S. C, May 9. .lames S.
Coleman, colored, was hanged this morn
ing for tho murder and outrage of Sarah
Willis. He was a leading schoolmaster
lu Laurens County. ;
MARKET REPORTS.
Grain and Provisions.
FKIDAV, MAV i, lS8i.
ST. LOUIS.
Cotton Steady; middling, ll'iOMVc.
Fl,()flt-Steiifly; XXX to tlioiue, fl-UOif J.80:
patents, (."i.T.Yiftil.jO.
WiiEAT-Weakcr: No. 3 Red, fl.lttl.lS;
No. a lied, $1.041.05.
Cous-Firmer: No. 3 mixed, 53VS33?4o:
No. 1 white mixed. 5ie.
oats r-teady; No. a. 'iHo.
Hve Firm: No. 3, )JJlo.
Tobacco Finn; luirs common to choice,
t'l.T.YttlO.OO; leuf; common rt-d leaf. tS.uoi
IO.iki; medium to (food f 13.50(4 n.50.
HAY-Prairio H3.UU for primo; fU.003
15.U0 for choice; mixed tllfiiU for common to
prime; timothy $1 fills for prime to choice.
Rt'TTKit Steady: choice to fancy creumory
21ffi3:kr, dairy, choice to fancy, ls3oe; low
grades tiouiitml.
F.titis Steady, at 10'Jc.
loTATKS-Firm; Eastern rturbank. i'MSlSe;
Hose. aS.S'l5e: Fet-rU ;i7'i'iU)e. Northern,
Hot torn stock ut l.YiJue.
Four steady; standard mess, $17.25
17.:i74: hard Hide, flii.ST'.,-
Laku steady; prime steam, W'ac.
Uai'on Lontfs, tf;c; shorts, UViiSlic; clear
ribs, D'afeOe.
Wool, Tub-washed choice, 'JSteHo; mo
dluin, 'Wu&L'c; unwashed medium, SHnhs; low
and coai-se irrudes. l.Vitlso.
Miuks Uuh't: dry Mint, 17'il7a'c: Uam
uired, 14yj.H'4c; bulls or waa, lot-: dry
suited, l ie: dry salted, damaged, lie; kip ami
calf, s ilted, S'jC; damaged, ilc; bulls and
slags, 5?4c; green, uneured, 7!,c; damaged,
a! iC.
Siikkp Pelts Steady; green, TOfiSDc; dry
do, 40i'.70c., ns to amount and quality of wool;
green shearlings, lie; dry do, luljo; lamb
skins, 3-Xii30e.
NKW VOItK.
Wheat Steady; No. 2 Red, May, f 1.07'i;
June, I.IH'H; July, $1.10 ';.
Coils steady; May, (UU'iiWie; June,
(14 'e: July, lij'ie.
O.vrs Steady; No. 3, mixed. May, 3NUe:
June, ;ts,c.
Provisions Pork Quiet; spot mess, $17.01
fcis.50: Lard Weukor; steam. May, $.t;oy
.t3; June, $S.71'(iS.73.
CH1CAUO.
WiiKtT Lower; May, 9-.Hjc; Juno, 04e;
July, K) V: August, Ki'c: September, i 'c.
Cohn Firmer; May, 57c; June, 68 ic;
July, iK)l8c; August, Wic.
otrs-steady; May, 3; June, !H?ic;
July.&V: August, 31i' io.
PoiiK-Steudy.IMay, $17.57; June, 117.67',;
July, $17."ll; year,$U.M.
Laud Steady; May, $S.5T; June, fS.KVi;
Jlllv, JfS.75: August, $S.SJ",.
Shout Itnis May. $S.43; June, $S.5i);
July, S.57!i; August, $8.05.
Live Stock Markets.
CHICAGO.
Hons Receipts, H2M): market stronger
eaily, and then nicedi d Y'llUe; light; J.VIO'.i
6.M); rough piu-king, $.ri.Wi(;i.st); heavy pat-king
and shipping, f.i.s.Yr.rt.I.'i.
Cattle KceelpN, S,:mii: market firm and
active; exports, $'l.4KW).itl; good to choice,
$i'.0iKr.ii.4ii: common to fair, $". IUiWI.iiO.
SHKK1- Iteceipts, rHKl; market brisk; com
mon to prime, 4.w isi.i5.
BUFFALO.
Cattle Dull; fair to medium, butchers',
$5 UtKiVi-Vl; shippers' cteors, $i.3,ViJtl. M; poor
to good Texans, $4.3.Yi(.Utl.
Siikep Active; fair to good clipped
sheep, $.'i.iKJ'it.l(l: fair to good wooled, $ii,'i5
(U.7.U0; fair to good lambs, $iI.7.Vi4s.i.
IIimis Hull; medium to lair Vorkcrs,$.U'rfl
5.1Hl; butchers' grade, ti.'JOtitf. 10; pigs, t'j.mt
5.4'J.
KANSAS CITY.
Cattli Iteceipts, 1,500; steady: native
steers of LOW to 1,401) lbs. average $j.3mfii;
utockcrs and feeders, SI.40&); cows, fO.SU
4 .
Hons fti-celpts. WW; lots of 17 to 289 lbs.
average, $ri.;tO".iJ; mainly, $'.MK&.i.65.
SiiKKP-lteoeipis, 4Ju; steady and un
changed. Money and Stock Market.
New Yohk, May 9. Money Rat per cent;
Exchange flrin; posted rates, 4ssiitl0; Govern
ments tlrm; currency, Us, I3H bid; 4s coupon,
liei bid; 4r do, IliP, bid. Tho stock market is
dill In an unsettled atatn. Immediately on tho
opening ot business a drive nt Union Pacing
was made by I ho bear cliques, causing
bieak In prices ot S to 1 S per cent At first
all supporting orders appeared, and under
their operation the decline at checked, anil
on subMViiAnt bidding up valuos advanced to
the best f ifuros. Thia luiproveiiwiit wav en
tirely lost in some caws later ou muter we i
uorxe or a ram on tnc itouiu moi-ai
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Uoat Store For Sale.
The entire stock of Boat Stores and Gro
ceries ot Samuel Wilson, late of Cairo, Illi
nois, now deceased, is offered for sale ia
bulk for a few days with tits GOOD WILL
OF TUB FlUM.
Any party dc9iritir to step into well
established and profitable business will do
well to nive this matter careful consider,
ation. The building recently occupied bf
Mr. Wilson as a boat store, can be rented
at a fair rental or will be told on easy
terms. All inquiries may bo addressed to
Mrs. M.viiLiu Wilson,
AdminiAratriz,
Cairo, III.
Or to Geo. Fisher, Att'y., Cairo, 111.
Cairo, III., May 9th, 1884. 10-6t
For t alc.
A moderately good second-hand piano,
modern case, for $55. Apply at Mrs. D.
Arttr's, 10th street. 4-6t
For Sale.
The Spunish barber shop, corner 8th and
Ilalliday Avenue, is for sale at a bargain.
Anyone wishing to buy please call at the
shop or ad dress Emilb Gomez. 3-Ct
Uiuloi'takinjj Establishment.
Having established myself in the Under
taking business in Cairo on Commercial
Avenue, between 11th and 12th street, I
respect! ully invite all who are in need of
anything in my lino to give me a call. I
keep in stock all kinds ot colfina, metal
caskets, &c, also all kinda of furniture,
repairing and cabinet work done. Prices
reasonable. 'J im Jacob Fleck.
Legal Blanks Kept For Sale
at Tue Bulletin oflice.
Warranty Deeds,
Special Warranty Deeds,
Chattel Mortgages,
Keal Estate Mortgage,
Scepenss,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, &c.
An Editor's Tribute.
Thereon P. Keator, Editcr of Ft. Wayne,
led.. "Gazette." writes: "For the aaat five
years have always used Dr. King's New
Discovery, for coughs of most severe char
acter, an well aa for those of a milder type.
it never tails to effect a epeeay cure, my
friends to whom I have recommended it
speak of it in Fame high terms. Having
been cured by it ot every cougn 1 nave naa
for five years, I consider it the only reliable
and sure cure tor coughs, colds, etc." Lall
at Barclay Bros.' Drug Store and get a Free
Trial Bottle. Largo size 1.00. (2)
tiueKien'H Arnica Salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Cruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rhenm, Fever
riores, 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
'i't cents per box. For sale by Barclay
Brothers.
Very Eemarkable Eecovery.
Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester,
Mich., writes: "My wife 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 so
much improved, that she is 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 Dottle at liarclay liros. 4)
Polishing' the Wrong End.
Many men daily polish their boots who
never give a thought to the condition of
their hair, except to harrow it casually with
brush and comb, or submit it to the para
lyzing attentions of the average barber.
Wlint happens? Why, this: From neglect,
mental anxiety, or any of a score of causes,
the hair turns permaturely gray and begins
to fall out. Parker's Hair Balsam will at
once stop the latter process and restore the
origiual color. An elegant dressing, free
from grease.
if Keep in the Fashion. The Diamond
Dyes always do more than they claim to
do. Color over th it old dress. It will look
liko new. They are warranted. 10c. at
diuggists. Wells, Richardson & Co., Bur
lington, vt.
Physicians recommend porous plasters in
cases of backache, lame side, stiff muscles,
ihetimaticm and all coal pains. Hop Plas
ters are the best made, combining Fresh
IIoj.s with Gums. Heady to use, pleasant
and powerful iu action. 25 cts. at any
drugstore. (9)
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 yonng, afflict
ed with nervous debility, lost vitality, and
many other diseases.
See advertisement in this paper. 1
Lots of People
gets bilious, 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 the same time on the
kiiliie-s, liver and bowleg and has mora
real virtue in a DfickaLre than can ba found
in any other remedy for the Baoie class of
diseases.
Cheap Homes in Arkansas and Texas.
Along the lice of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
acres of tiie choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
13.00 to flOO and 4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, . with clinmte 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
soe for yourself when you learn that the crop
f.-tr 18S3 Is 00 per cent larger than that of
1883. To those purchasing land owned by
tho Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. TowK.-tND, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo,

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