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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILL., TUESDAY MOWING, MAY 13,
D Think, jiiKt because you
. . ' have been suffering terribly
J M I with Khuumailain or Neu
I raltfla. that you must always
continue to suffer.
Nor think just because nobody has been
able to cure you or your Morula, that neuralgia
I'.nd Kheumatlsiuare Incurable.
Dy Think that a cure is im
(K T possible Just because the
w N I physicians have been unable
I to atcomplbti It,
Nor think that because ATHLonioiios
has not been known ever since the foundation
of the world, It will not cure Kheumutlsw and
I" . Neglect the testimony of
thehundP'dsof sufferers who
have tried Atiiloi-iiokos and
are now sound and hearty.
Nor think that because you have tried
Dfty other things that failed, that AniLoruo
Kos Is like them.
Don't be discouraged I The very
thing that mill cure Rheumatism and
Neuralgia is ATHLOPHOROS.
Don't be Skeptical! ATHLOPHOROS
has cured others. It will Cure YOU.
If you rtiirmt M ATllLopuonotiof your dnvviHt,
will ml it .mil, ou rw.-ii't of nvuLar
irlra oii dollar r I - .t t einfir tint you Imy
It from your driunni-t, t'tit if he tiiinu't it, do ii"t I
wmuiulcd to try imwcUiuaf th. tut order at once
from uh u dirucU'L
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
W htT rr.t ovfr 8100.no0.no In dofndiri(t
our rudit to tue Durham it. ill no.ir tra.l.Uiar.
ludoubtedly he i to day tin- curt alul.l Hull
In tin world- 'W it Man.! to rou tint
ooulilu't li.ir1 to iTiin't tunj tiioroivb.y if
m,AtHUH.I HI I I. IH KIM W to.
barm, of which (in In tij.. r. en-HitatHi;, an't
Ilia UfcisT Niuoklim Tobacco ever made.
the Ml of liJx kwcM'ii Bu!l Durham Rmokin
tobacco far t i. l th im) i f any .tir brunt In
the world, mrni'ly tun-aur it Lm l-n, i. ami will
to. the beat Cml cnii I- ii a.l- Ail l. ali-rn hive it.
Luofc lot trhUhui at Lhc tui uu every I
C. W. HENDERSON,
No. l'H Commercial Ave.,
Sole Agent foi the Celebrated
Manufacturer and Dealer iu
Tin, Copper and Sheet Jrcn Work.
Builders' Hardware and Carpenter.' TooKTah'e
and Pocket ( utk'ry, beid lu the n.irkrt. Kotfcrs
Hro.' dated Knlvi-, Fork aim Stiouu. (intuite
Iron Ware. H.T in Earthenware, l.'h te Monnlain
KreeXiTi", Water foolirn, Ib'frit'rator", Clothe.
Wring-era, Crown Fiutcr. St"p bidder, tiarilon
Implement. Golden Star Oil Stove.- Iiet in the
world, Lamp of every deccri- lion. E'.ain Oil,
Carpi t hweeperf, F ather Dii'lcr. Ilrooina, Wiu
dow Screen Wire Cloth, Full nipily ol Fiehitin
The abne .t rock bottom price'.
Corner 12th and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. 12
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Successor to CIuw. T. Newlaiul an;l
Plumbetf Steam and Gas Fitter,
Commercial Ave, bet. Tenth ami Ele
venth Ms ,
CAIRO. : : : ILL.
Ditve Well Force and Lift I'amps fui niched and
put up. Aiont for the. Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FOUCE PUMP',
the bent tminp ever Invented. New Ga Fixtures
luriiinbed to order. Ud fixtures repaired and
fr Jobbing promptly attended to. 31Mf
CIO CITY LIVERY, FEED and
Commercial Av , let. 8tli & 9th Sts.
Good Taruouts at Reasonable Rates.
PfrIIorsos boarilod mid well cured
TKLJcriiONK 150. 138.
i ,uf'S j t!M
The Daily Bulletin,
BEN BUTLER AND CEGOLE.
Oock-Eyod Schomer of tho
O'd Bay 8tato Sotting
To Be the Candidate of the Greenbackers,
the Independents and the Anti
Monopolists, And Come In On the Homestretch With
the Endorsement of the Dem
CiiicAtio, III., May 12. The National
Anti-Monopolist Convention will be held
here in Ilersho Mule Hall next Wednes
day. This Is the llrst National Conven
tion of the series for 1S1, the Green
backers coming next at Indianapolis on
the L'Sth, the Republicans following In
this city on June 3, the Democrats gath
ering here on July 8, und the
Prohibitionists closing the convention
season at Pittsburgh on July 'Si. The
representatives in the Anti-Monopolist
Convention on Wednesday will be dele
gates from each State Congressional Dis
trict, four frum each Territory and four
from the District of Columbia, aggre
gating bi) delegates.
Preparations are being ma le for tiie
reception of nearly I.oih) people. It is
understood that Dennis Kearney, of Sau
Kraneisco, who was iguoininiou-dy ex
pelled from the meeting here la.st
July, will present himself as a dele
gate. General J. 15. Weaver, of Iowa, and
ex-Comrnssmau De I.a Matyr, of Indi
ana, will be present as spectators. Sec
retary Shlveley lias been lu the city for
a week completing arrangements, as
sisted by C. C. Post, Chairman of the
This convention is to nominate candi
dates for President and Vice-President.
There seems to be but one name men
tioned in connect ion w ith the nomination
for President and that is lJenjamin F.
Iiutler. A large number of delegates
have already been instructed for him and
he wi;i receive the nomination by accla
mation or on the first ballot without a
doubt. Secretary Sliiveky says Putler
has positively expressed his ititention of
accepting the nomination if tendered.
The selection of a candidate for Vice
Presideut will not be so easy, for a score
of names will be presented. Among them
IJegole, of Michigan; George W. Julian
and W. II. Holman, of Indiana; John II.
kegau, of Texas, and Mayor Harrison, of
this city. The ticket as completed, how
ever, will probably read, "Iiutler and
Hegole," as both not only would accept
but enter vigorously Into the campaign
with the expectation of creating a tidal
wave to sweep the country.
The Anti-monopolists claim to be well
organized, with 1,500,000 voters. It is
understood that a fusion will be made
with the Grecubacker. Independents and
Anti-monopolists, ami then if the ticket
should lie endorsed by the Democrats,
the result, tliey claim, would be the elec
tion of the fusion ticket bv a large major-
UKAXT & WAItU,
Vanderbilt's Generosity About Keadv
Nkw Vdi:k, May P.'. General Grant's
financial embarrassment is considerably
relieved by the action of Vauderbilt, just
before sailing for Kurope, in handing
back the deeds for the General's proper
ty to secure the 1 j'l.OOO loan. This is
not a gift, but the General was told lie
nould take his own time to pay the debt.
Examiner Scribs expects to finish his
ispection of the Marine Bank's affairs
j-day, and turn the papers over to the
Comptroller of tho Currency at Washing
ington. The New York, Chicago & St. Louis
Koad will pay the difference between the
370,oi.m.i advanced it by Grant & Ward
upon its l,ko,ouO second mortgage
bonds and the amount re-hypothecated,
making a difference of 8200,000. The
claim of the Buffalo, New York & Phila
delphia Uoad growing out of a re-hypothecation
of its bonds lias not vet been de
clared. In a similar transaction be
tween Gr.mt i Ward and the St.
Louis & San Francisco Koad the officers
of the latter put their loss at 815,000.
A statement showing the condition of
Grant Jt Ward will be made to-morrow or
Wednesday. T. 15. Medany, who placed
the greater part of ins fortune iu Fred
(irant's hands for investment, formerly
lived iu Galena, 111. His sister married the
late Orville Grant, a brother of the Gen
eral. Another Big Strike to be Inaugurated.
PiTTsiU Kciii, Pa., May 12. A meeting
of the tribunal has been called. It was
supposed that the action taken before
settled all dilliculties between the railroad
and miners. Hut the operators have just
discovered that only live of the board
signed the agreeiueut, although imme
diately aftct; the award the price at ad
pits was fixed at three cents. There are
fifty-six pits in the railroad district, em
ploying t!,000 men. It has just been
learned that preparations are going on
for a big strike. If the iron- makers strike,
however, the miners will remain at work,
unless the scales are not satisfactorily
adjusted, in w hich event a miners' strike
will be inaugurated.
Altox, III., Mav 12. -About seven
o'clock last night a young man named
John Ward died at the residence of Win.
Kidwell, oa Milton Hill, u few miles be
low this city, from a pistol wound. He
was taking some cartridges out, of the
weapon, when it was discharged, the
c Marge entering his stomach, resulting In
death a few hours later, lie was twenty
four years old, utiinarrled, and was a
brother-in-law of Mr. Kidwell.
THK WIFE WAS WRIGHT,
And She Ouiht to Lick Him Again for
Trying; to Leave Her.
SAt.lsni.nv, Md., May 12. John Wright
Hti eccentric citizen recently announced,
during a public discussion that ho would
kill himself rather than let any woman get
the better of him.
Last Saturday ho had a quarrel with
his wife, who was muklng bread, and
struck her. She promptly knocked him
down with theraDtog pta. fe at once
left the Ijcmse.sjid., was. fond shorty
t i his neck In water. He said lie was go
ing to drown himself, but was pulled out
by force. He then went Into the burn
und hung himself to srafter by his sus
peuders, but was discovered just in time
und cut down. It took au hour to resus
citate him. The family had him locked
up in! the County Jail over night to pie
vent further suicidal attempts. He is
now very ill w ith fever, but acknowledges
his wife's supremacy.
From Paste-Pot to Plenty.
Mn.WAt kkk, Wis., May 12. Peter
Hupp, editor and owner of the Eau Claire
Ui mnrrat, will start for New York In a
few days to take possession of a largo
fortune left him by an uncle who died re
cently. Mr. Hupp sajs his uncle was
very rich and that be has received all the
paper necessary to place him In posses
sion of the fortuue, which Is about $1,
loo.Oiio. There are also $380,000 in
l.'uiled States bonds lying iu the Sixth
National Hank of New York and with ac
crued Interest for two years, large prop
erty luterests in New York and valuable
lauds In Hio Janeiro, South America,
worth gb'oo.uoo.' Mr. Kupp has just
learned that he has been appointed guar
dian of the twelve-year-old daughter of
bis uncle, who iuherits 83,000,000 from
Pittmh -nun, Pa., May 12. A tele
graiu from Stetibenville, (.)., states that
John Campbell, late District Master
Workman of the Telegraphers' Brother
hood, says he has no information about
the new organization of telegraphers
except the reports of local organizations
being formed in various cities, and bo
believes that they will not again identify
themselves with the Knights of Labor,
Mr. Mortimer D. Shaw's coming strike
is all moonshiue. Shaw shows his In
consistency by now advocating a
strike by a handful of men with
the paltry sum of $1,000, when he claims
he was opposed to a strike of the organi
zation, when by his own admission it
had a membership of 12,000, though its
actiial membership at that time was
17,ou0. Because the action In ordering
the strike was a mistake, Shaw seems ig
norant of what actually did transpire be
tween Grand Master Workmen Powderly,
of the Knights of Labor, and the General
Executive Board of the Brotherhood at
New York City. Shaw considered it of
more importance to go to Coney Island
on a pleasure excursion than to attend
the joint meetings of the Executive Board
of the Brotherhood and Executive Com
mittee of the Knights of Labor.
BASK BALL BUKVITIES.
Score of Games Played on Saturday,
Sr. Louis, Mo. St. Louis Unions, 8;
Nationals, 4 St. Louis Browns, S;
PiiiLADKLi-iiu, Pa. Athletics, 11; Bal
timore, 4 Buffalo, 'J; Philadelphia, 7.
PiTTsnuKtjii, Pa. Allegheny, 1C;
Altoona, Pa. Altoonas.'J; Bostons, 4.
LoiisviLLK, Kv. Louisvllles, ; In
Cixcjnxati, O. Cincinnati, 11; Tole
do, 1. Baltimore!, ; Cincinnati Unions,
Washington, D. C Metropolitans, 11 ,
Chicago, Ii.i., Chicago Unions, 13;
Boston, Mass. Boston, 3; Detroit, 2.
Pkovikknck, 11. I. Providence, V;
Nkw Yokk. New York, 8; Cleveland,
CAMBitiiKiK, Mass. Yale, 8; Har
Amhkhst, Mass. Amherst, 5; Prince
2iincv, III. Quincy, 9; St. Paul 1.
Pkoislv, III. Minneapolis, 0; Pe
GA.MKS I LAYK1) SUNDAY, MAY 11.
Sr. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, 0; Colum
bus, 3. ...St. Louis Unions, 11; Nationals,
Cincinnati, U. Cincinnati Unions, 7;
Baltimore, 0 Toledos, 3; Ciuciuuatis,
Chicago, III. Keystones, 3; Chicago
Loi isvn.i.K, Ky. Louisvllles, S; In
Summary of Games Played to May 10.
Won. Lost. uy:e won.
st. L uis ) o loo
Baltimore 10 4 .U
.'meiuiiiitl 5 .I'd
h.euiro II 5 .M
.1' si on H a .:;!
Wiishiiiirton II 11 .-7
l'hiiaduiiiliia 2 12 .14
Altomi 1 11 M
1 r cent
Won. Lost. no won.
St. Louis u i .sT
Metropolitans H 2 .i
I.niiWvi'lu 3 ."
Cincinnati 4 3 .till
lliiitiiiioro 4 3 .57
Athletie 4 :l .57
oluiiilnis 4 4 .50
Hnioi.lvn il 11 .50
11 tsl.tirirli 3 ft .:I7
InliiiniiiMilis 1 4 .-'H
Wa: hiiitfton 1 5 .01
Toledo 0 8 .110
Bos' on 7 I
llul'ai.i 2 II
Chiciijfo 3 4
Clove and I 5
Hoiioit o 7
New York 7 0
I hil:ilel.hla 3 4
Providence 5 1
Cincinnati Special Grand Jury.
Cincinnati, O., May 12. Soon after
ten o'clock this morning the special
Grand Jury, called to consider the cause
of tho riots, made a report. Fifty-four
people are Indicted on twelve several in
dictments. The causes that led to the
riot are exhaustively reviewed. Com
plaints are made of bribing jurors; of de
lays and slowness of courts; of the un
willingness of good citizens to sit on
juries; of many defects In the criminal
code. There Is thu greatest curiosity to
know who has been Indicted, but it is
stated that the names will be kept
secret until they are under arrest. It is
lumorv'd that T. C. Campbell, lawyer for
Beruer, and three jurymen have been In
dicted. Tramps in the Chain Gran.
Mat-toon, III., May 12. Tho ten
tramps eatarod here by the police on
Saturday were given a hearing tad will
be chained togethor and set te work ou
SHE WOULDN'T SHAKE.
Mow a Shrewd Chioago & Alton
Conductor Got the Bottor
The Old Man Who Tried to Get
Bid of His Handsome
Love, Which Laughs at Locksmiths, Alsc
Puts to Shame the Machina
tions of a Stern Parent.
Sr. Louis, Mo., May 12. Geo. II.
Best, Geo. 11. Best, Jr., aud the youug
and charming w ife of the latter, attracted
attention at the Uuiou Depot last night.
Six months ago the young couple, who
were then at the home of Mr. Best, Sr.,
at Sheridan, la., became lufatuated
with each other, aud eloped to Texas.
Alter a brief period of happiness, Best,
Jr., got to the bottom of his funds
und telegraphed to his father for
more. The old gentleman forthwith went
down into Texas and found the
fooiisb couple on the verge of starvation.
Young Mrs. Best had pawned her gold
watch aud chain to feed her George. The
three then embarked on the Iron Moun
tain for Iowa, but arriving lu St. Louis
Best, Sr., swore that he would discard
his daughter-in-law. He bought her a
ticket for Yaudalia, Mo., where her par
ents reside, and tickets for himself and
son for Sheridan, la. Mrs. Best thereupon
gave vent to her feelings In tears. Her sor
row, however, was assuaged by Officer
Barney Burke, who said he would tlx
the matter with Conductor O'Brien, of
the Chicago i Alton train. It was ar
ranged with O'Brien to take up the tickets
oi Mr. Best and his sou aud insist that
they were for the young man and his
wife, at the same time kindly informing
Best, Sr., that if he did not like the way
the "Company" did business he could
get off the traiu or pay his fare anew. On
arriving at East St. Louis, the fury of the
old gentleman kuew uo bouuds, but there
was no help for it and be was forced to
take the new daughter-in-law back to his
Lr.ii'su;, May 12. Considerable inter
est attaches to the case of M. Kraszewski,
the Polish author, w ho, with a number ol
others, were arrested two years ago,
charged with being connected with the
conspiracy for betraying secrets relative
to the German military organization. At
t!ie trial of Kras:'.ewski to-day the pro
ceedings were secret, nobody being ad
mitted but the officers for the prosecution
aud the prisoner's counsel and those In
timately connected with the case. The
prisoner is being tried ou a charge of
high treason, the Government professing
to be able to prove that he furnished
France, Bussia and Austria with German
military secrets of great importance, also
plans of the fortifications at Metz. APolhb
journalist named Adder, who at the time
of Kraszewski's arrest gave the German
Ambassador at Vienna papers bearing on
the case, will be a valuable witness for
the prosecution. A number of com
promising documents alleged to have
been found lu Kraszewski's handsome
residence at Dresden will be used lu evi
dence ugaiust the prisoner. Able counsel
has been retained by the prisoner, who is
very wealthy. His friends claim that the
accusation is preposterous, as he Is too
old to take an active personal interest iu
such matters. They say the denuncia
tion received by the German Embassy
at Vienna was actuated by malice, and
was a private method of revenge taken
by a spy who was defeated in au attempt
at blackmail. The writings, however,
show iutense bitterness toward Germany,
A STEAMSHIP UNDKK SAIL.
Quee.nstow.v, May 12. The steamship
Celtic of the White Star line, from New
York has arrived. Her captain reports
passing the steamship Brooklyn City ou
Saturday, the 10th, In latitude 50 degrees
15 minutes north, longitude 20 degrees,
40 minutes west. The Brooklyn City was
proceeding under sail, her shaft being
broken. The vessels exchanged signals.
The Captain of the Brooklyn City refused
all assistance, signaling that with the
exception of the accident to the shaft
everything was going well. He expressed
his ability to bring the vessel into port
O.UKKN.STOWN, May 12. The steam
ship Brooklyn City, spoken by the
steamship Celtic, sailed from New
York on April 20th for Bristol, Englaud.
Dublin, May 12. Bolton, Crown So
llcltor, Is buukrnpt. Liabilities, $150,
000. Fitzgerald, Jeremiah Lowery, James
Connolly, Luke Armstrong, Win. Mur
phy, P. Gannon, P. Donohue, L. Hig
gius, Patrick Durkln, Michael Durkiu
aud Patrick Casey, were to-day again
arraigned In the Police Court at Sligo on
a charge of conspiracy to murder. John
Morau, who was also arrested on tho
above 'charge and afterward turned ap.
prover, was the principal witness for the
prosecution. He repeated his former tes
timony to the effect that the prisoners
were members of the inner circle of lu
viucibles. Dublin, May 12. At a meeting of the
Nationalists at Wutcrford yesterday
Michael Davitt argued that five years'
rent was the utmost the tenants should
be required to pay for the purchase of
their holdings. Mr. Jleuly contended
that one year's rout was sulllcleut.
Liverpool, May 12. The Anchor Line
steamer Austral, having on board the
American LaCrosse team, arrived to
day. A largo party of friends of the
members, and a number of prominent
gentlcmeu connected with field sports,
welcomed the team. The first game
will be played here Monday, Ten other
games will follow, beginning at Man.
Chester on the 21st and ending at Belfast
on Juno 1 .
VtmutA, May 12. Several Servians
were wnntiwl by the military at
StuUwaJjaHbwrg, hi SatMatrg
Caiko, May 12. Mudir Dongola tele
graphs that the situation Is alarming and
tho Inhabitants in a panic. Only four
companies of Egyptian regulars and
200 Ba.ouks are In "the cltv! Thu
wires beyond Korosko are cut. No
more fugitives will be ablo to cross
Montreal, May 12. Tho Norwegian
bark Venus, Captain Anderson, which ar
rived hero yesterday reports running
down and sinking iu tho Gulf of St. Law
rence, a French fishing schooner hail
ing from St. Pierre Island, en route to
tho bauks of Newfoundland. Seven out
of her crew of nineteen were saved by
the boats of the Venus aud landed ou thu
That Twaddle About a Telegraphers'
Strike all Moonshine.
Baltimore, Mi., May 12,-It is stated
here to-day by a prominent oillcer of the
late Telegraphers' Brotherhood that M.
D. Shaw, late district master of the de
funct Brotherhood, now an operator in
St. Louis, supposed with the Board of
Trade Telegraph Company, Is the head of
the new telegraphers' association, and
was put up to the thing by Mitchell, ed
itor of tiio 'l'lttjrnh:rS A'lvMula of
New York, a letter from the latter to
Shaw being seen here. It was Mitchell
who put into Shaw's head the Idea of or
ganizing a branch of the society in Chi
cago, so a general strike could be ar
ranged in the latter city during the polit
ical convention. An ai'ent. .f th.. ......
concern is iu this city, but meets with uo
TEXAS IX AU.MS.
Startling Announcement of Eiot
Bloodshed at Hempstead.
Austin, Tex., May 12. At 1 p. ra. a
rumor reached this city that a serious
riot, iu which several persons were shot,
has broken out at Hempstead and that
the Brenham Guards are now underarms
waiting orders to move to the scene of
the trouble. No particulars are at hand
yet. The Governor is making inquiries.
Moline Wants the Retatta.
IiocK Island, III., May 12. A strong
effort is being made by the citizens of
Moline to secure the holding of the re
gatta of the Mississippi Valley Amateur
Bowing Association for tho next three
years. It is understood that the Execu
tive Committee is greatly In favor of Mo
line, and as enough money has been sub
scribed for tho purpose, there is no doubt
but that Moline will be the place.
A Run on a Bank.
Minneapolis, Minn., May 12. Jur
ml Stillwater special says : A run was
made on tho First National Bank this
morning, growing out of the car com
pany's complications. Tho run was soon
checked when all demands were met.
Only about 25,000 were checked out.
The car company crew and theTownsend
Mills are still at work. Sabln Is expected
homo to-night. Ho leaves Washington
Grain and Provisions.
MONDAY, MAY 12. SS4.
Cotton steady; middling, ll'l'lJUVe
FnocR-Steady; XXX to choice, f;i.tH"tj4.R0:
V II kat Weaker; No.
No. 3 Ked, tl.lH.etl.Ol'i.
Hed, f l.U'
Colts-VVeuke: No. 2 mlvn.l m l -c, r.t i .
No. 1 white mixed, 67WHe. ' '
OATS-Meady; No. 2, 33 '&K)',o.
Hvk Nominal; No. 2, (Ho.
ToiiAcco-Ftrin; lus common to choice
f...''s6lU.ui); leaf; common rod leaf, ts.uui
10.00; medium to ttood tiu.su&i; 50
H Ay-Prairie tl3.U0 for prime; fU.OtVb
15.U0 for choice; mixe,t 11U fur common to
prime; timothy $ I KifilS for prime to choice
lli'TTKK vSteiMty: choice to fancy creamery
21i'(ti!e; dairy, choice to fancy, MSlSc; low
Koos Steady, at KHJo.
Potatoes Firm; Kas tern flu rhan k,4.' 17 ' io
Iio-e. 35c: Peerless 40 12 ,c. Northern,
Juumie; Bottom slock at lfxit2oc
Fohk Weak; standard mess, $17.00;
Laku Steady; prime steum, se.
Uacon-Loiiits, U'je; shorts, 9;(S9';er
eleai rllis, ',j.'JH,e. '
Wool Tub-washed choice, SViMc; me
dium, SW-'o; unwashed medium, 23ui24c; low
aud course tirades, l.'wtlso.
IIiDKS-Ouiet: dry Hint, 174170; dam
Hired, I4'yr.l4jic; bulls or stars, lUe; dry
salted, 13c: dry salted, damairo.i, lie; kip and
calf, silted, s-i,c; ilamaifed, tl'4c; bulls and
stairs, 534c; green, uueurod, 7',e; damaired,
nikkp Pklts Steady; irrwn, 7iRS0e; dry
do. 40 670c., as to amount tun! quality of wool;
invert shenrlinirs, lie; dry do, loloe; lumb
WiiKT-Steiidy; No. 2 Bed, June, fl.05;
July, $1.04 V
Cons-steady; No. 3 mixed, May, file;
u.vrs-Steiidy; No. 2, mixed, May, 37'ic;
Provisions Pork Quirt; spot mess, $17.00
ajs.jo; Lurd Weaker; steam. May, $.6ti((J
8. ,0. '
Wiikat Lower; May, 87'dc; June, 8Sc;
July, WH,e: Aturust, HU4e; September, in le.
CottN-Firiner; May, 55Ve; June, W'io;
July, 5SVje; AmriiMt, 5'.iVic.
OATS-SteHdy; May, 32'Je; June, 33'bc;
July.iBe; Attirust, a'o.
Pork Wettker; Juno, $l7.27'i; July, $17.40;
year, f 17.45.
Lard Lower; Juno, $8.37'4; July, $S.t5;
SnotfT Knts Juno, $s.2o; July, $8.yj4;
Live Stock Markots,
Hofis-Kocplpts, ROW: Plow, and fi.?.Me
lower; lUrht, 5.IO''i.H5; Minrh packing, $5.; 15 9
5.7o; heavy packimr and shipping, 5.75wcil.l.r.
Cattus Keeelpts, 63; market linn;
exports, ifO.HkifciUiO; irond to Amice,
fii.i h . ail. 4o; common to fair, f..4iVicil.0D.
SlluKl' Keeelpts, IH.OUJ; market slroiiifer;
woole I, t5.owi.5; shorn. $3.jo jiiJ.
11c KIM LO.
Catti.k Cnelmntrod; fair to medium, bitteh
ers', So Ukit5..'iil; shippers' steers, $.25t4il. 50;
pourtoitood Texnns, $L25ito.U0.
Smkki' Active; itihk! . to choice ' clipped
sheep, $ii.ifWrii.70; choice, Jti.no; common,
Hons Dull; common to choice, light, $ .40Q
6.o; best, So.1; U..").W.
Catti.b Utwelpts, 605; steady; buteh.-ra'
Ann ; unlive steers of litl,', to l,4oi lbs. averairo
$5 - fr.wl.ilo; others uuoliamrod.
Hoos-Kucclpts, 4,500; weakor and
lower; low of ls7to2Vt lbs. avoraire. $5.2iift
&.75; nmliilv, ft.4fsi46.tl0. '
rHttKi'-lle.pt LKS4; steady; natives 81
to tw IDs av. at t3.50.iwi.oo -
Money and Stook Market.
Nw York, May K.-Monoy 8 per cont-t
Kxchamre quiet and Arm; Uoveriuent.s utaitdyi
qurrtmey. Da, ta brd; 4s coupon, M bid;
do, 1 IU bid. Tbe stock nmrliet whs XererWh
and woak all the morning, and with the ex
option o a nxlly Ibetweuti M:S0 and eeven
DdoeR, mce awMiiy dooitixwt juutu noon,
tiu Mte fr fUfwrw X the uioialmr wars
BOTKH. -J vitl ttnia a .uH
L'oat Store For Sale.
Tho entire stock of Boat Stores and Gro
ceries of tiaruuel Wilson, late of Cairo, Illi
nois, now deceased, is offered for sale in
bulk for a few days with the good WILL
oe the firm.
Any party desiriug to step into well
established and profitable business will do
well to Rive this matter a careful consider,
ation. Tho building recently occupied by
Mr. Wilson as a boat store, can be rented
fat a fair rental or will be sold on easy
terms. All inquiries may be addressed to
Mrs. Matilda Wilson,
Or to Geo. Fisher, Att'y., Cairo, 111.
Cairo, 111., May 9th, 1884. 10-Ct
Legal Blanks Kept For Sale
at Toe Bulletin office.
Bpecial Warranty Deeds,
Heal Estate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, &c.
Thousand. Say So.
Mr. T. VV. Atkins, Girard, Kan., writes :
"I never hesitate to recommend yonr Elec
tric Bitters to my customers, tney give en
tiro satisfaction and are rapid sellers."
Electric Bitters are the purest and best
medicine known, and will positively cure
Kidney and Liver complaints. Purify the
blood and regulate the bowels. No family
can afford to be without them. Thev will
save hundreds of dollars iu doctors' bills
every year. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by
Barclty Bros. (3)
bucKien'9 Arnica Salve
Tho Best Salvo in the world for Cuts,
Cruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Cbapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
A Walking- Skeleton.
Mr. E. Springer, of Mecbanicsburg, Pa.,
writes: "I was affected with lunir tever
and abscess on luncc and reduced to a
walking skeleton. Got a free trial bottle
ot Dr. king s New Discovery for Con
sumption, which did me so much good
that I bought a dollar bottle. After using
three bottles, found myself ojee more a
man, completely restored to health, with a
hearty appetite, and a gain h flesh of 48
lbs." Call at Barclay Bros.' drug store and
get a free trial bottle of this certain cura
ter all Lung Diseases. Large Dottles $1.00.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and br-.ken,
of your rust by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of tutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teoth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhrca, regulates tho stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the eums. re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Airs. Wins-
low s Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
nurses and physicians in the United States,
ana is lor sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
One of the strongest proofs of the value
of Kidney Wort as a reuiody for all dis
eases of the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, ia
the fact that it is used and prescribed by
"regular" physicians. Philip C. Ballou,
M.D., of Monk too, Vt., says: "Take it all
in all, it is the most successful remedy I
have ever used."
Why do you suffer with back ache, pain
in the chest, rheumatism or lameness any
where when a Hop Plaster will surely give
you relief I Druggists sell them. 25 cents.
A Fair Oiler.
The Voltaio Belt Co., Marshall, Mich,
offer to send Dr. Dye's Voltaic Belt and
Applicances on trial, for thirty dys, to
men, old or young, alllicted with nervous
debility, lost vitality and kindred troubles.
See advertisement in this paper. 2
Days of suffering and nights oi pain are
tho unhappy lot of the victim of those
dreadful diseases, rheumatism and neural
gia. How readily relict may be gained ia
testified by W. C. Fietd, pharmacist, of .
1232 Cedar Avenue, Cloveland, Ohio. For
fifteen years he had been an almost constant
sufferer, at times being unable to lie down.
Four doses ot tho new specific, Athlopho
ros, drove the disease from bis system, and
he writes that the remedy cannot be recom
meuded too highly.
5-jTDo it Yourself. With Diamond
Dyes any lrtdy can get as good results aa
the best practical dyer. Every dye war
ranted true to name and sample. 10c at
druggists. Wells, Richardson & Co., Bur
Cheap Fioiihs in Arkansas and Texas.
Along the line of the 8t. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacitic Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
2.00 to 300 aud $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the uudersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in 1832, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
far 1883 is CO per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
tho Company, and paying one-fourtb, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over tho Companies lines.
H. C. Townbiso, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
In the Hop Plaster are united French
Hops, Gums and Balsams, and its power
is wonderful in curing Back Ache, Sprain,
Bruises, Neuralgia, Pain it the Side or
Soreness anywhere. Thousiadi twtify to