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CAIRO, ILL., SUNDAY MORNING," MAY 11, 18k
It Is a faet that remedies almost without
Pi"'."h'Jr. J' tt Uie el.lnj tn cure til the ill
ttmt ffli uriYriiig Immunity. Thriiwaiulii turn
luuutl liieui powerlm to work it cure tor tlieui.
No diseases have bo ballled all attempts
at temuiirat relief w have MiMimatlimi and Neural,
fia. A liriif miix-nwiou of tliNiiipiiiiitiiieiiUi linn made
llwir agonized victiriiH diiiiir of the Knlnlity i.f
Lari rorcentiincH they have Un counidettd be.
youil the Kwer of uitxlicai kUl to cure.
And yet we nay both can he cured, and
that ATni.opniiuos will do the bUHiiiam. The bt-ut
proof tUkt It van do It m Unit it tia done It,
Rev. B. R. Pennen, D.D., pastor Third
Ouurreeatlnnal Church. New Haven. (Vnin. IUu
niatlm had kept him from the pitfptt fnur (rfto
luoutlia at a time, lie aaya be ha'l Hiiffi red all that
one could, and live. He tfKik hl flrct die of A Til.
i.iikiiohom on Friday ; Sunday he wa in Ihk imlpit ;
Monday he waa well, and haa remained no aince.
Rev. 'William 1. Corhit, D.P., pastor
OeniyeBt M K. Cbnrrh.New Haven, Cmin , wan laid
Mifortwo tnoiitlm with luflaiiiiiiaUiry Itl.eunuitUni,
ftunVrtiitr moet eirriiriitlnir torture. ATin.oi'HobOii
vured liuu, and he btdlevea it to be Infallible.
U. 8. ( handler, of the N. Y. " In.lepen
dent," aaya Atiilophoroh cured him of Kheuma
Uaui from which h bad auff ered for a year and a half.
Rev. W. B. Evans, Washington, J. ('.,
ay: "I conittder IU work almt In the litrht of a
miracle. It 1 a utfwt wonderful medicine. It ought
tu be apread UirouKhout the laud."
Thepreat question is, Will it curem f We
beheveltwuL la It worth trying? You umat decide.
If you cannot et ATHUipiionn of your dnnnriot.
we will aend it eii rewi paid, on rwii t of nvular
price ow dollar i-r titt!e. We prefer that you liny
It from your dnwirt, but if he haan't It. fi not bo
iruadtd to try aometbintf elae, but order at ouca
from ua a directed.
ITHLOPHCROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK,
i vnmntiiiitM.i. ,.M1.
"W 01 the cowing inau inioke " wan att
tied by lTof. Kirk ill hut charming pam
phlet Ho nay a. moreover. Ihsl Uiu rational
way to uae tobacco la through the li-e.
AU agree that oidy the bunt tobarco xhoidd
he uikvL Which la the bmtT That to
which Nature ha contributed the moetei.
ijmaite flavora. Black well'i IluU liurhatu
Smoking Tobacco fllla the hill completely.
Nearly two-thirtu of all the tobacco growu
00 the UoldnU Tobacco belt of North Caro
Una (roe into the manufactory of Dlick
well, at Durham. Tin y buy Ow pick of
uiq enllni aei:tion. Hence
HlackweU'a Bull Durham
Mmokmir Tot-acco in th"
been of that tnlwcco. IMm't
be dwelvel when you b:iy
Thu I)urha:n Bull trade
mark U on
Blackwell'a Genuine Bnl! Durham
la the cboion of all Ju Vtn of
C. W. HENDERSON,
No. 11)1 Commercial Ave.,
Sole Agent foi the Celebrafed
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iran Work.
HEADQUARTERS I OK
Baildcrs Hardware Bnd Ca-pcntrrs' To ilf, Tal'e
ud Pocket Cutlery, bent Id the f'Mrkrt. Jok'ors
Hroi.' Haled KnlveK, Kork aim Snoona. liriinite
Iron Ware. R. r.ln Eartheuware. Vh t- Mountain
Freeur, Waier ('oolers, KisMeraior". l.'lothei
Wrlnuuri", Crown FiUter-. St-p I.t ldi". (iiirden
Imi'lcmeniei, (iolden hliirOil Stoves- liet in the
world, I.iitupa of every dtwrt tion. K'.aiu Oil.
Carpi t Bwecner., F ather lntew. Irooma, W in
flow Screen W!ro Cloth, Full tnpply ol Fih;ni
The ahnve .t rock bottom price".
Corner Uth and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. 12
Delivered at CAIRO, III.,
at the FOLLOWING PRICES:
av x y
G x 8 1150 824.00
6 x 9 130 28.00
7 x II 2000 32.00
7 x 9 2250 36.00
x 10 2500 10.00
These tanks aromiulo of CLRAR CTPBKSS, Vt
... . . i j ... .i w . r u- i
lncn tUH K, SOCUtOiy UOOPUU uuu r naiun
TIUI1T. They aro
Shipped whole and aro well braced
to prevent their bilntr ack- i or broken iuhiind
l'liK. KatluiHte furiii-hi'd Tor
Tanks of tiny Sizo.
j. ItlQGS As DKO
217 Dolord St., No Orleans, I.t.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Made to ttrder.
8tb St., bt. Ohio Loveo A Commercial Ave.
OAUIO. - ILf
Kopairiuar neatly done at short notice.
Clarkson & Bowers,
No., 30 Wth St., ;utro, III.
A BRUTAL CONTEST.
Two Amatour Sluggers Mako
Mince Moat Out of Each
Freddy Langry, alias "The Jeney Lily,"
Knocked Out in Five Hotly
The Winner in the Inglorious Struggle
a Badly Used-Up Man A
Nkw Yokk, May 10. A hotly contested
light without gloves occurred at a promi
nent up-towu sporting resort yesterday.
The principals were Freddy I.angrey, alias
"The Jersey Mly," lately of Harry Hill's
establishment, and (jus MeiMer. The
light was for 30 a side, and uuder the
revised Marquis of Queeusbury rules. It
lasted only nineteen minutes, but both
men received severe punishment. The
ring was pitched at one cud of a large
room, and the few spectators comprised
some of the leading sports of this city and
of Philadelphia. Both men were In ex.
cellent form, I.angrey weighing
pounds, w hile Meister tipped the scales
at 173. A well-known ex-pugilist was
chosen referee and time-keeper. The bet
ting was slightly in favor of I.angrey, as
he was much the heavier man.
Langrey opened the light by landing a
stingi-r with his left in his opponent's
stomach, Meister countering with his
right on the '-Lily's" jaw. Some heavy
short-arm lighting ensued, both men hit
ting each other right and left, until tin
ally the heavy-weight delivered a swing
ing right-hander on Meister's left jaw,
sending him to the floor, giving I.angrey
the lir.t knock-down and ending the round,
li'ith men showed severe punishment,
I.angrey having an ugly cut under the
li ft eve, whi e the blood flowed freely
from Meister's nose.
si;i uM liot sii.
The men jumped at each other fiercely,
wholly ignoring science for the time be
ing. They did some heavy fighting,
knocking each other all over the ring
amid the most intense excitement, but
before much damage was done the referee
called time atid the contestants sought
The men came up completely winded
and blowing like porpoises, the effects of
their work iu the previous round. They
sparred a few moments to regain tiieir
breath, when Langrey led off with a left
hander, which was promptly returned by
Meister with a right hand cross-counter
that caused the "Lily's" ivories to rattle.
This brought on a few rapid exchanges,
and Langrey swinging his right with tre
mendous force at his opponent's head.
Meister dodged the blow, and the
"Lily's" sledge-hammer struck the wall
it terriile blow, crumbling the plaster and
causing his hand to swell up as k ge as
a boxing-glove. The excitement now be
came intense, and the betting quickly
changed to Meister, the odds being
greatly in his favor. Both men stagger? J
to tiieir comers considerably the worse
for the wear.
KOl liTH KOIM).
When time was called the combatants
slowly toed the scratch, and, sparring for
an opening, Meister led with his right,
the blow falling short. Langrey then
rushed. at his man and a desperate
slugging match ensued, the men fighting
all over the ring, amid the cheers of the
excited spectators. The infighting was
ended by Langrey sending his opponent
to the ground, and, as the latter raised
himself, Langrey made a tremendous up
per cut at him, which missed its mark.
Meister's umpire thereupon claimed a
foul, but the referee would not allow it,
declaring that the best would have to
win. lie ordered the men to toe the
scratch and light on.
FIFTH ItOl ND.
Meister rushed at Langry and strnck
him savagely in the stomach, but the
"Lily" sent in a warm counter cut on his
opponents ear, which made him stagger.
The men got together in the corner and
ami did some terrific in lighting until the
referees ordered them to break away and
toe the mark, when they went at It again,
right and left till over the ring. Meister,
however, soon freed himself and sent in
a territlu blow with his right, striking the
Lily on the base of the ear, carrying him
clear off his feet, and landing him on
his back. This was the first knock
down for Meister. Time was called,
and both men were carried to their cor
ners. When the referee again ordered
the men to toe the scratch Langrey
gaspeil that ho had had enough. The
tight, therefore, after nineteen minutes of
some of the hardest slugging that has
been witnessed iu this city for some
mouths, was given to Meister, much
money changing hands on thu result.
Both men were terribly punished, their
faces being terribly cut, while their bod
ies, armsand hands were fearfully bruised
and swollen. Shortly after tile light a
policeman innocently walked past the
door, apparently unconscious ol any
transgressiouof the law.
GEN'. U KANT'S FA KM.
Hit Missouri Property Goes to Vander
bilt A Bad Failure.
New YoitK, May 10. Kvcry hour
brings additional details of the Marine
Bank's affairs and of tho even worso
complications of Grant & Ward. Ferdi
nand Ward, of tho defunct firm, whilo
riding through the streets of Brooklyn
yesterday in his coupo was stopped by
detectives who were about to arrest him
when they discovered that they
had mislaid their warrant. A deputy
Sheriff shortly afterward served a writ of
attachment for tho furniture and effects
in Ward's residence. The attachment
was Issued by the Marine Bank In a suit
for 70,000 against Grant & Ward, and
General Grant Is made co-defendant.
Tho assignment of Mr. Fish's pri
vate estate "on tho benefit of the
bank, it is said, will yield about
81,000,000. Judge Donohuo lias ap
pointed Julian T. Davies Receiver of
tho partnership properly aud assets,
Slowing out of the suit of John 11.
Morris against the firm. Hamilton Colo
Is the refereo to take accounts of assets,
Trcsldent Jewett, of the Kilo, declares
that less than $100,000 of tho Company's
money is lu the hands of the ruined
ccpt, of course, the 815,000 per aunuro
liitt.Tt'.st on thu SiioO.OOO trust fund. Ho
1ms truuHfcrreil to William II. Vanilor
hilt, to make Rood the worthless
cheek of $130,000, two houses In
Washington, ouo lu PulluUVlphlu
unU ui.s Dent arm near Mt. Louis.
Mrs. General (jiant turned over to Vaa
dcrl.ilt her Ishh; IJrimcIi cottage and her
residence, No. i Kast Sixty-sixth street,
New York. l, S. (irant, Jr., yesterday
deeded his farm at Half Hollqw Hills,
Huntington, L. I., to Abraham H. Jones,
Panic In a Press Boom.
Cincinnati, )., May 10. An accident
occurred at ten o'clock this morn
ing at the large printing
of Kussell, Morgan & Co
girls and men were employed
press room on the fourth Vor-
hour named the steamer cylinder ex
ploded with a loud report, shattering
every window and damaging the ma
chinery. A panic ensued, and thescreams
of thu girls, coupled with the frantic ef
forts to crowd to the lire escape served
to intensify the excitement of the crowd
on the outside. One of the feeders, .Mrs.
l'rankie Wayland, aged twenty-seven, a
widow, was struck In the face and shoul
der by a piece of Iron. She was removed
to the hospital, where she lies in a criti
cal condition. Others were more or less
bruised, but none seriously.
is it uori.Df
A Largre Failure Hourly Expectod Ru
mor Says Gould.
CHICAGO, In.., May 10. Large opera
tors on 'Change do not uppear to credit
the rumors of Gould's failure, which
gained circulation this noon. One of the
most influential commission men said to
day that he knew, however, that a very
large failure was pendiug and might be
expected at tiny moment. Another oper
ator said Gould's recent efforts to ham
mer down Union Pacific stock might have
something to do with his financial embar
rassment, if such existed.
Jav Gould Talks.
Nkw Yokk, May 10. Inquiries directed
from Chicago reached this city to-day in
regard to the financial condition of Jay
Gould. As nothing had been heard in
New York to excite such inquiries, Mr.
Gould was sought and an explanation
Mr. Gould said: "This question Is not
the only one of the kind asked here. A Wall
street news agency yesterday set afloat
an entirelv unfounded statement that the
Union l'acillc would pass its July divi
dend. Tliis was done for a set purpose
to influence the I'liiou l'acillc stock
There was not even a meeting of
Union Pacific directors. This morn
ing it was openly announced on
the. street that there would be an
attack on the Western Union and Mis
souri l'acitic. In pursuance of this laud
able purpose, information on which your
inquiry is based, was telegraphed broad
cast over the country. I have received
numerous dispatches of inquiry into
the truth of the statement that I was
in financial diilicmty. It Is needless to
suv that there Is not a word of
truth lu It. The whole purpose of the
rumor was to create demoralization lit
the market so purchases could be made
by heavy buyers at reduced figures. I
aiu Inclined' to think," said Mr. Gould
with a twinkle of the eye, and, glancing
toward the stock indicator, "that they
were disappointed. Both stocks aimed
at are firm, and my information is that
the buyers are strong men."
INTIMATE FIIIKNDS of gouu
informed the reporter that he (.Gould)
had recently given substantial aid to
many who were crippled by late troubles
in Wail street, and he had been a large
buyer to-day. They pronounced the story
of "his tiuancial ditilculty a ridiculous in
vention. Ti: LEO 18 API I IC II 1 112 VI T I KS.
A new edition of the Medical and Sur
gical History of the War will be issued.
Buildings were damaged Friday by
thunder storms lu several Lasteru
The National Medical Association, In
session at Washington, has adjourned
Robert l'ruitt has been acquitted at
Hot Springs, Ark., of the murder of John
Congressman Hewitt will Introduce a
bill to amend and simplify the preseut
More witnesses are coining forward in
the Sharon divorce case aud confessing
Governor Gdck of Kausas ii lu corres
pondence with parties who have located
L'ntrics arc now complete for the fif
teen events of the Chicago Driving l'ark
meeting July 4.
James S. Colemau (colored) was
hanged at Columbia, ti. C, for the mur
der of Sarah Willis.
There was better weather aud a better
track at tho second day's meeting of the
Two children perished by the burning
of a school building in Both Kocksville,
l'a., which was struck by lightning,
Attorney-General Brewster denies that
the Department of Justice has connived
at thu dismissal of the Kellogg case.
An additional appropriation of 9 100,000
has been recommended by the Secretary
of War for the Southern Hood sufferers.
An investigation of the sale of a por
tion of tlio Lamed (Kas.) military res
ervation has been ordered by the land
At the Houston drill a member of the
Columbus Guards fainted and stabbed
himself seriously lu the neck with his own
The verdict of $37,300 obtained by Hal
lett Kilboiirne against ex-Sergeant-at-Arms
Thompson has been set asldo as'
Another attempt was nindo by robbers
to wreck and rob a train on the Mexican
Central Koad. This time one of the rob
bers was killed.
Tho negro Miles 1'ctty, who outraged
Miss Van Nest near Kli.abethtown, Ky.,
was lynched by a masked mob, who took
hint away from the jailer.
Louis Desanowlch, a bur-tender, shot
and killed William Beynaud In Houston,
Tex., iu a desperate encounter. Desano
wlch Is seriously wonuded.
Baltimouh, Mi., May 10. A fire in
Klrwftti & Tyler's can factory, caused by
the explosion of a barrel of gasoline, this
nomine, resulted hi a low of gino.ooo,
IN A BAD BOX,
Tho Recently Arrested Dynamiters
Again Examined and Fully
Strong Evidence Introduced to Substan
tiate the Grave Charge Preferred
Gordon Declared to Be Safe An Expedi
tion to Start for His Relief in
July A Novel Request.
Losi(i May 10. Baroness Burdett-
Coutts has received many entreaties to
establish a fund for tho rescuo of General
SAH) FltOM THK MAHDI.
A Government telegram states that
Dongola Is safe from El Mahdi. The
rebels occupied Meraweh, south of Don
gola. The country south of Debbah, a
few miles south of Old Dongola, is in
open rebellion, and forces have been sent
to re-open the road beyond Debbah. The
Khedive has decreed Lieutenant Cherm
side Governor of .Suaklm.
KHI.1F.K F.XPKhlTION TO KHARTOUM.
The relief expedition to Khartoum
starts in July, and will probably number
t,ono, im luding the Indian contingent.
It is supposed the main expedition will
proceed up the Nile, and the other by
way of the lied Sea. A camel depot will
be established at Assouan. Nubar l'asha
will arrive in England iu June to attend
the Egyptian conference. He will only
be allowed toj be present for consulta
tion. BiiiMiNiiiiAM, May 10. In the l'oliee
Court James F. Egau, John Daly and
Win. McDonnell the alleged dynamiters
were again arraiuged on a charge of trea
son felony. Mr. Poland, of London,
instructed by the solicitor to the Treas
ury, prosecuted. The first witness, Ser
ge'iut (ire, testilled that he heard Egau
addressing an Irish meeting recently dur
ing which he aflirmed Kgan said: "To
night the hanging of O'Donneil shall be
avenged." Continuing, the witness said:
"The explosion at the Victoria Railway
station occurred the same night that
Egau made his speech. Letters found in
Egan's garden were introduced, showing
that Egau was an olSecr lu tho Irish Ke
publican Brotherhood. A document
found In Egan's bedroom contained an
account of arms got from 1870 to lssi, as
Lilies, L',ll; revolvers, 70'J; total, 13,
543. Previously on hand, mostly loaders,
l.l'.'i; shotguns, 1,030; revolvers, l,H'J6;
total, 4,7; 1.
Colonel Majendie, Chief Inspector of
Explosives, deposed that a parcel found
iu Daly's possession contained six
bottles of ultro-glyceriue of a very power
ful character, a copy of the Consti
tution of the Irish Republic,
aud an address to the Supreme Council
found in J.gau's garden, were also placed
in evidence. The former document iu
substance declared that on this clay,
August 1H, isi;y, aud henceforth: "The
Constitution by which the Irish He
public shall be governed is composed
of eleven members designated the Su
preme Council of the Irish Republic. "
It then went on to enact: Every citizen
and soldier of the Republic aud member
of the Supreme Couucii owed civil and
military obedience to the Execu
tive Supreme Council and President
of the Irish Republic. There were
to be electoral divisions, aud county aud
district centres, all under the order of
the Supreme Couucil. lu England and
Scotlaud the towns are grouped into dis
tricts. The other document was ad
dressed to the Supreme Council and
signed by the President, addressed the
"Brothers" and stated that the country's
destiiiy was treinbliug In tho balance. It
exhorted the brothers to be ready, but not
to rise or take active measures until the
right time came. It also stated that the
organization had the hearty co-operation
of traus-Altautic brotherhoods. It fur
ther exhorted the members not to desert
the ship, but to clear the deck
for action. Three copies of laws, rules
and regulations for government of the
Irish Republican Brotherhood of the
south of England division, found In a tin
box In Egau's garden, were also read.
At the conclusion of the testimony all
three of the prisoners were fully commit
ted on a charge of treason felouy.
It is said that Daly was at onetime an
Inmate of the lunatic asylum at Sussex.
He went to live with Egau In 1SS:.
London, May 10. Great distress has
been caused in South Shropshire by the
stoppage of work at the Tankervillo lead
mine, the largest iu the kingdom. Many
persons have beeu thrown out of employ
Bkklix, May 10. In the Reichstag to
day the bill to renew the special anti-Socialist
law came up for tho second read
ing, and on division passed by a vote of
187 to 134.
Bkklin, May 10. The American colony
lu this city, which numbers some 300, is
making elaborate preparations for a ban
quet to Miuister A. A. Sargent and family
on the 25th.
BKitiTN, May 10. Thu Empress started
for Baden this morning.
Rom f., May 10. Signor G iovauinl Prat! ,
Italiati poet laureate, is dead.
Touonto, May 10. The chargo
forgery against McKlm, member
Parliament, has been dismissed.
ILLINOIS cuor in: POUT.
The Exhibit U Mot Enoouragin--The
Central and Southern Divliloni.
SruiNtiFiKi.il, III., May lO.-rTho con
dition of tho winter wheat throughout
Illinois Mav 1st) as represented by tho
correspondents of tho Illinois Depart
ment of Agriculture, has just been pub
lished. The exhibit is not encouraging.
Tho reports represent over' live hundred
points in tho State and Indicate not to
exceed eighty-four per cent, of an aver
ago yield. In the central division of
the SUte, which embodle one-half of
tho wheat area, the. outlook Is Blxtceu
per cent, as agalunt eighty-even In
April. In the southern dlvUton tho out
The Frealdent'a Caller.
Nf.w Yokk, May 10. The President re
fused all callers this morning.
End of tho Fall River Strike.
Fall Hivkk, Mass., May 10. Tho
strike here Is practically concluded.
Most of the mills are iu full operation;
not half of the strlaers wHl again secure
Clf.vki.am, O., May 10. J. II. Wig
man's liino kiln aud siierwin, Williams &
Co.'s paint works burned this morning.
Wlgmau's loss unknown. Tho paint com
pany lose 873,000; fully insured.
Governor Dunning' Dead.
Bloominuton, Ino., May 10. Ex-Governor
Paris C. Dunning died of apoplexy
at seven o'clock this morning. He was
Governor of Indiana lu 18m and delegate
to the Charleston Convention In 1800. lie
was 70 years old,
Woke Vp the WronK Crowd.
Mattou.v, III., May 10. Ten tramps
attacked three policemen this morning.
The latter used their revolvers freely.
Two of the tramps are dangerously
wounded. The remainder were cap
tured. Hard to Get a Jury.
Chicago, III., May 10. After a delay
of live days a jury was finally secured this
morning to try McKeague, charged with
the murder of the aged Wilson couple. A
panel of three hundred well-known and
prominent citizens was exhausted iu se
curing twelve men.
A Station A Kent Arrested.
Madison, Im., May 10. A Courier
telephone from Vevay states that
Charles A. Kopler was arrested this
morning by a Plnkerton detective for an
alleged embezzlement from the Baltimore
& Ohio Express Company, for which the
accused was station agent at Baltimore
and Philadelphia. Kopler protests his
WiU Not Recover.
Nantucket, Mass., May 10. Charles
O'Connor, the eminent lawyer who was
taken ill a few weeks ago, Is rapidly sink
ing this morning, It is said he will hard
ly live through the day. Since he was
tak-u down, he has been able to take but
little nourishment. The last sacrament
of the Romau Catholic Church has been
administered and he Is calmly awaiting
the end. lie Is conscious and fully able
to recognize relatives and friends.
FO UT UN AT E W I DOW.
Sudden Death of the Eccentric Million
Milwaukee, Wis , May 10. S. P.
Burt, a wealthy Bostonian who came
her j a few years ago to take up his resi
dence, dropped dead lu the Metropolitan
Hotel to-day. He was Vice-President ot
the North Chicago Rolling Mill Company
and ouo of ttie richest men in the city.
Ho created a great social sensation here
by marrying one of Ids servant girls
mouth ago, and had just returned from
an extended bridal trip. His urst wilo
died less than a year ago.
Grain and Provisions.
SMTX'ltDAV. MAV 10, IS4.
Cotton Steady; mldillimr, H'lllo.
Flour Steady; XXX to choice, t;t.iX;4.S0:
WiiKAT-Weuker: No. 2 lied, fl.15;
No. 3 Ked, I.IH ttl.05.
Uou.N-Stealy; Nn. 2 mixed, 525,53e;
No. i white mixed, 57e.
OATS-Meady; No. 2, ;t!-4t4o.
Kyk Nominal; No. 2, W141II0.
TuitACCo linn: luu-s common to ehnleo.
$.V7.Vg 10.00; leaf; common red leaf, S.tlOiJ
10.00; medium to (food tl2."itKai7..liO.
HAY-l'rairie tl3.UU for urlme: Jlt.lXKi
15.U0 for choice; mixed tlUtfll for common to
prune; timothy f lor prime to choice.
urn-UK Metuiy: choice to taney creamery
Xl'ilc; dairy, choice to fancy, lsx&Joc; lor
Kiios Steady, at IO40.
PoTATOKs-Firm; Knstern llurhank, 4."!ffl(5o;
Ko.-e. oSi,i5e; Peerless ;i74(4Uo. Northern,
'.l6e; llottom stock at I.V2Uu.
I'okk Steady; standard mess, $17.2.V3
17.37',; hard side, f W.S7'i.
Lakd Steady ; prime steam. Sl4o.
Uacon Lonirft. u's!4'.ilo; shorts, 9S9'ic;
clem ribs, ityiiU' tC.
Wool Tuti-washeil choice, KVft.ltle: nio
dlum, -W'i t-c; unwashed medium, Simile; low
and course ifrades. l.ViUSo.
HuiES tjuiet; drv flint, 17'i'317ie; dam
attcd, 14'ijUJ.io; bulls or siars. Hie; dry
salted. Me; dry salted, damaged, He; kip and
calf, s tlteil. S'4c; daniaired, tlc; bulls and
si airs, bQ green, uneuted, 7,e; damaged,
Siikki' Pelts Steady; green, 70?S0c; dry
do, 40470c, as to union 11 1 and quality of wool;
irree n slieiii'liiigs, lie; dry do, lunt'lie; lamb
WtiKAT-St wlv: No. 2 Hed. May, HOT1;
June, l.0 yH.OHU; July. $1.07 V'U.I7'i.
Coit.s Stonily; No. 2 mixed. May, Wi;
Oats Steady; No. 2, mixed, May, 37c;
Phovisioss Pork Quiet; spot mess, 117.00
is.50; Lard W'eakor; steam. May, fs.tU
Wheat Lower; May, 8!)c; June, POci
July, Wc; Auifusl, HI 1.4c; September, tile.
Corn Lower; May, 54e; Juno, 50o;
July, 67c; Aukusi, 5s:1jc.
Oats Lower; May, US'.-ic; June, SPic;
July, ;Mc; Auifiist, 21140.
PoitK-St.'iidy; Juno, fl7.124; July, $17.55;
I.Attn Lower; Mav, JS.40; Juno, $8.45;
July, $s.(U4; August, S.ili'j.
Shout Kins May, JS.35; June, $S,40;
July, $S.I74; Auifust, JS.55. ,
Live Stock Markets.
HtHlS-Kecelpts. 1U,0(H): lower; light; $1.10
(Vi.tC): rough packing, f.VUV'(.7d; heavy pack
ing and shipping, f.VS.V''.'l.l."i.
OATTLK-KeeeiptH, J.4HU: market sternly;
exports, :fil.-il.ui.i); good to choice,
$il.nnart.4o; common to fair, $r. 41 KfA SO.
SHKKt'-Ueeeipts, soil; market firm; wooled
$l.iRji7; shorn. Jl.oOs&O.
Catti.f-DuU; fair to medium, butchers',
tlSOUfflS.'"!'! shippers' steers, H.2.Viitl.50; poor
to good Texiins, H-2V'0i"i.tKI.
Shkki' Actlvo; lair to good clipped
Sheen, .r.uO'Wi.H; fair to good wooled, $i,56
41,7.(10; fair to good lambs, $tl.7iVfc.(W.
Hons Dull; medium to Itilr Vorkers,$r).Klff
l.tm; butchers' grade, $5.!Wy,tU0; pbjrs, ffi.UUi
CATTim -UoeelpK 34,00; activo, firm; native
steers of W3fi to l.JUHI lbs. average tr.l,Vni.75;
Mockers and feeders, $4.&0Ti.lU; cows, $3.SOj)
Hoos-nceelpts, 10,000; weaker; fi10o
lower; lots of lMo:) lbs. average, $o.30
6.110; mainly, tft.&lK&i.OO.
KHKM'-Uecclpts, H&5; steady; natives 80
Koney and Stock Market.
Nkw York, May in. Money 4 per cent:
Exchange quiet btittlrm; Ooverments steady;
currency, s, LAibiU; 4s ootipi u, list bid; 44s
do, 113 bid. The stock market opened weak,
aud undof a (rtt sWUng of Utkm PiU'tOo and
dual and granger shares haa steadily deoUnod
ap to pKwoni wrMlng. Pri"ittMiw drop ot
Boat Store For Sale.
The entire stock of Boat Store! and Gro
ceries of Samuel Wilson, late of Cairo, Illi
nois, now deceased, is offered for sale in
bulk for a few days with the GOOD wrxL
Of THE FIRM.
Any party desiring to step into ft well
established and profitable business will do
well to give this matter a careful consider
ation. The building recently occupied bf
Mr. Wilson as a boat store, can be rented
at a fair rental or will be sold on easy
terms. All inquiries may be addressed to
Mrs. Matilda Wilson,
Or to Geo. Fishek, Att'y., Cairo, 111.
Cairo, III., May 0th, 1884. 10-6t
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 call. I
keep in stock all kinds ot coffin b, metal
caskets, &c, &Uo alW kinds of furniture,
repairing and cabinet work done. Prices
reasonable. 01m Jacob Fleck.
Legal Blanks Kept For Sale
at Tub Bulletin office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Heal Estate Mortgage, ,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, &c.
An Editor's Tribute.
Thercou P. Keator, Editor of Ft. Wayne,
led., "Gazette," writes: "For the past five
years have always used Dr. King's New
Discovery, tor coughs of most severe char
acter, as well as for those of a milder type.
It never fails to effect a speedy cure. My
triends to whom I have recommended it
speak of it in same high terms. Having
been cured by it of every cough I have bad
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
ir'sl Bottle. Large size fl.OO. (3J
uuc men's Arnica salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever.
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
'.'5 cents per box. For sale bj Barclay
Very Remarkable Recovery.
Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester,
Mich., writes: "My wile 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 thatiscUimed
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 in a few days I was cured. It was
wonderful how quick it helped me. Mrs.
Qeoigio S. Judson, Hartford, Conn.
Puaiuievillk, Tex., June 29th, 1883. I
have been selliog 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
save entire satisfaction, more especially did
Merrell's Female Tonic Ague Cure, Cough
Balsam and Liver Pills meet all that was
claimed for them. H. B. WilJJAEs.
"Well's Health Renower" restores health
and vior, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence,
Sexual Debility, f 1.
"Bough oa Toothache."
Instant relief; quick cure. Toothache,
Neuralgia, Faceache. 15c. at druggists.
Catarrh of the Bladder.
Stinging, irritation, inflammation, all
Kidney and Urinary Complaints, cured by
"Buchu-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. 35
Cents. At all Druggists. (5) .
Pain from indigestion, dyspepsia, and
too hearty eating is relieved at once by
taking one of Carter's Little Liver Pills
immediately after dinner. Don't forget
Of a largo 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 Guided School, Clinton, Wis.
Ministers Sound its Praise.
Rev. Mr. Greenfields. Knoxville. Tenn .
writes as follows: "Samaritan Nervinn ner.
manently cured my son of epileptic fits."
Here's food for thought. Sold bv druirirists.
Cheap Homes in Arkansas and Texas.
Along the line of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres of the choicest farming and grating
lands 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 copy of tta
tistits of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in 1882, and makeup your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of.
1882. To those purchasing land owned by.
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate wbate it
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over thn Companies lines.
TI. C. Towssmto, Genl Pm. Agt.