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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILL, FK1DAY MORNING, MAY 10, HUM,
D Think, just because you
have been suffering terribly
ON T wltn Hheumutlsm or Neu
WP 1 ralsla. that you must always
1 continue to Buffer.
Nor think just because nobody bns boon
able to cure you or your t rienrta, that Ncur altfta
r.nd Kheumatlsmare incurable.
Think that a cure is im-
T possible Just bocauso the
physicians have been unable
tii iLwnimillsh It.
T,,i. tliinlc tlint heeatisa ATIILONIOIIOS
has not been known ever since the foundation
of the world, It will not cure KUeumatlsm and
rx , Neglect tho testimony of
Tthe hundrodsof sufferers who
have tried Atiilophohos and
are now sound and hearty.
Nor think that because yon have tried
fifty other things that fulled, that Atui-opuo-kos
Is like them.
Don't be discouraged I The very
thing that mil cure Rheumatism and
Neuralgia is ATHL0PH0R0S.
Don't be Skeptical I ATHL0PH0R0S
has cured others. It will Cure YOU.
Xf ymi cannot sot ATniorHonoHof yonrdnimrlBt,
we wlU Bend It expnwN imlil, on ml't of ntcuUr
price-one dollar ier buttle. We prefer Unit yon buy
It from your dnuqrist. but If li bami't it, do not lie
lierHuaded to try Hoiuctiiiuif eluo, but order at oncu
from ua a directed.
ATHL0PH0R0S CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK,
mmniiimiimi H. R.iiiitiimiiimnil
W hare spent over B 100.000.00 In oMimdlwr
our rlvbt to the Durham Hull ax our trade-mark.
Undoubtedly be la to-day t lie most valuable Hull
in the world. Now it stands to rrwon that wa
couldn't afford to protect him bo tlmrnnvhlr if
Hl.AtKWKI.l.'M 111 I.I. IUIUIAJi To
DRCro, of which he la the reroeeiiUitive, wanu't
the 11E8T (Smoking Tobacco ever umde.
The aalea of Blaekwell's Bull Dnrham Bmokinu
Tobacco far exceod those of any other brand In
the world, limply becauxe It baa been, la, and will
be, the beat that can tie made. All dealers have It
Look for trademark of the Bull ou ovary package.
P. W. HENDERSON,
No. Uncommercial Ave.,
Sole Agcut foi tlio Celcbrcted
Manufacturer anil Dcslcr In
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron M
HEXDQUA' TF.RS FOR
Builders' Hardware and Carpenters' TooKTan.'e
and Pocket nth ry, bet In the market. Rotrora
Bros.' t'Uled Knives, Korkj iniu Stioona, liramte
Iron Ware. B.-r.ln Earthenware. 'h te Moniitain
Freelerit, Water Coolers, KnMsferalcri', Clothea
Wrinserp, Crown Kiuter'. St'- Ladduts. Harden
Im;lometiis, (loldoa Star Oil Stoves- Dent In the
world, I,mp of ovrv dcacrl tion. JSlalu Oil,
Carpet 8wo-icra, F ether Dii'lers, Broom", W in
dow Sctccn W re Cloth, Full tnpply ol Fiah ng
The abuts t roca bottom prtco.
Corner 12th and Cummercla1 Avcnne, Cairo, 111.
Telepbune No. 12
Delivered at CAIRO, 111.,
at the FOLLOWING PRICES:
Ft. bottom. Ft. stave. Capacity gall. Price.
6 x 8 1450 $24.00
6 x 9 1630 28.00
7 x 8 2000 32.00
7 x 9 2250 36.00
7 x 10 2500 4-0.00
Theae tanks are made of CLEAR CYPRK8S, 1
lnchea thlek, seenroly hooued aud are WATKK
TIGHT. They are
Shipped whole find are well braced
to prevent their tv Intr rack, d (.r broken In hand
ling. Ejl-mitea furnUhcd for
Tanks of any Htee.
A., K1GOS Ac DUOS.,
817 Delord 81., No-v Orleans, La.
CAIRO CITY LIVERY, FEED and
Commercial AV-, let. 8th & 9th Sts.
Good Turnout at Reasonable Rates
tSTIlovmeu boarded and well oared
TELEPHONE NO. 133.
-The Daily Bulletin.
THAT VERY BAD CASH.
Bogan Bolow Par la tho Fight
With Marshal King and
He Is Surrouudod in His Barn and Ordered
to Surrendor, But Replies by
Firing Upon the Officers,
The Fire is Vigorously Returned, and the
Murderous Outlaw Falls Riddled
CniCA(K), 111., May 15. A special to
tlio United iVess from Columbus, S. C,
says: Uogaii Cusli, the notorious outlaw
aud son of Colonel CuhIi, was killed this
morning by a posse under Deputy Sheriff
King. He tired upon the posxo who re
turned It, riddling him with bullets.
There is great excitement lu Chesterfield
Charlkston, S. C, May 15. Governor
Thompson received the following this
"CnmtAW, S. C., May 15, 1881.
"To Governor llm;h S. Thompson:
"I went with a posse last night to ar
rest V. U. Cush. I instructed tho men
not to lire unless absolutely necessary. I
surrounded the house and Lmrn, placing
two nii'il between the lioiiiC uud bum and
two between the barn and swainps.
Fliullng Cash in the barn I ordered it sur
rounded. Cash came out and tired. The
lire was returned. After Cash fired sev
eral shots he was killed, being riddled
With bullets. None of the posse were
struck, except W. II. Hi, ton, whose
fingiTs were shot off by Cat-h.
Signed "K. 1,. KiNti,
li.VSli HALL KKKVITIKS.
Score of Games Flayed on Wednes
day, May 14.
St. Locis, Mo. St. Louis Unions, 7;
Baltimore Unions, fl.
Coi.t'MiiLS, (). Columbus 8; Cincin
Brooklyn, N. Y. Brooklyns, 4) Hal
riTTsnuuc.il, Pa. Allegheny Reserves,
C; St. Louis Reserves, 0.
Nkw Youk. New Yorks, 4; Uuffulos,
0 Metropolitans, 4j Alleghonys, 2.
Cnii'MiO, D.i.. Chicago Unions, 8j
Washington-, D. C Athletics, 12;
Cincinnati, O. Bostons, 11; Clncln
Tolkdo, O. Louisville, 0; Toledos,
PitoviDKNCK, R. I. Providences, 25j
Indianapolis, Ini. St. Louis, 8; In
Altooxa, Pa. Keystoues, 0; Al
Boston, Mass. Bostons, 4 ; Chicagos,
PiiiLAnKLPiiiA, Ta. Clevelands, 7;
Fx. Waynk, Ind. Suglnaws, 9; Ft.
' Youthful Footpads.
Mr. Vernon, III., May 15. Frank
Miller and Carl Satterlleld, of this place,
aged sixteen and eighteen, a few nights
ago followed and attempted to rob a
stranger who had just got off the train.
Their noise, however, brought several
persons to bis relief. The boys fled but
were captured. Miller Is held to bail.
Died of Ber Injuries.
Alton, III., May 15. Mrs. Lucy A.
Clayton died yesterday from the ef
fects of injuries received by being
thrown from a buggy whilo driving
from this city to her homo in Upper
Alton last week. Sho was over sixty,
leaves a husband, aged scveuty, aud four
Shoot the Tramps.
McLkaxsdouo, III., May 15. Isaac
Thomas, living near here, met with a se
rious loss this morning by the burning of
his barn aud its contents, Including a
lare quantity of hay, about 1,000 bush
els of corn, a new self-binding reaper and
other valuable farm machinery; supposed
to be the work of a tramp; insurance
The Bolters Stand Firm.
Chicago, III., May 15. Ex-Senator
Boyd, of New York, and Robert Deak
ers, J. A. George, and A. J. Weddern, of
Baltimore, who bolted the Anti-monopoly
Convention, last night held a conference.
This morning, with the delegates from
New York and other States, they de
cided to Issue an address to the country
and stand by their -action of last night.
McLkan8boro, III., May 15. White
field S. Martin, a prominent citizen of
Dahlgren, this county, was tried before
Judge Ecklcy this morning and adjudged
lusaue. He will be sent to the asylum at
Anna. Financial embarrassment, domes
tic trouble and strong drink are given as
Prohibition's Worst Enemy.
Spiungfikld, III., May 15. At the
meeting of tho State Sunday-School
Convention this morning a resolution was
adopted declaring that high license Is
the most formidable enemy the temper
ance cause has ever met and that tho del
egates will use their money, influence,
ballots and prayers to defeat it and to
bring about prohibition in Its stead. The
resolution was offered by II. E. Wykoff,
of Jo Davles Couuty.
A Kentucky Killing'.
Richmond, Kr., May 15. Tho news of
the killing of John Ketchum by a man
named Bowles, In Rock Castlo Connty,
has just been received. Ketchum stopped
at Bowies' house ou his way home from
court, and the men quarreled, when
Bowles shot and Instantly killed Ketch
urn. The latter was a bad character,
and one of the principal actors In the
Breathitt County troubles.
Bad Men at Pekln.
Pkkin, III., May 18. Chns. Oierum, a
piano toner, well connected In this city,
disappeared, leaving a great many debts.
Will Gelger, a sewing-machine salesman
for Ebcrs & Co., has also gone, taking
money belonging to the firm. AState'i
wytant &m been Issued lor Gelger. .
Eleotlon of Bishops.
' Pmi.Ai.i.iriiiA, Pa., April 15. Bishop
V.. G. Andrews presided at the opening of
iho M. K. Coufereneo this morning.
Long before the hour of opening arrived
the hall was full of visitors anxious to b
spectators of the great eveut of tho day,
tho election of tho four new Bishops.
There was little or no ulscusslon of the
various candidates by tho delegates, and
In fact It was diilleult to find
out exactly who wero candidates.
No nominations were nmdo, and
each delegate voted by ballot for four
Bishops. Tho Secretary called the roll
of lliu conferences and each delegate cast
his vote as tho nanio of his Conference
was called. The only Incldeut during
tho vote was an attempt at apphuisow hou
the name of Governor vPuttlson was
called. It camo from tho gallery and was
promptly clu cked. At conclusion of the
ballot the tellers retired to count the vote
uii( tho Coufereneo resumed tho call ol
Washington, 1). C, May 15. Prof.
Law, Chairman of the Treasury Cattle
Commission, has sent to the Secretary
of tho Treasury for transmittal to Con
gress an elaborate report upon tho Inves
tigations of the outbreaks of cattle
disease In Illinois and Kansas. The
conclusion arrived at is that for a
number of reasons this could not have
been the contagious European foot and
Washington, 1). C, May IS. Tho
Secretary of tho Treasury has awarded
medals for gallant and heroic conduct In
saving human life at different times and
pluces to Dominic Rvdon. Jobu II. Thelss
and Charles Rosevar, of Now York;
.losepn ami Aiireii uirtiran, MacKinaw,
Mich.; Julius W. Rohn, Mllwaukco; W.
K. Bowman, Shawneetown, III.; William
II. Daly, San Jose, Cula.; and Lieutenant
Alfred Palmer and Sergeant William Wil
son of tho Uulted States Army.
I'OHTY-EKJUTII CONaitKSS. v
Washington, 1). C, May 15. The
Chair presented a message from the Presi
dent transmitting a communication from
the Secretary of State recommending the
immediate appropriation of say $224,55(1
to execute tlio provisions of tho conven
tion between the United States and Mexico
for tho relocation of tho monuments
marking the bouudary between the two
Senator Allison reported favorably,
with amendments, from the Committee
on Appropriations a bill to provide for
the celebration of the World's Cotton
Exposition at New Orleans.
The bill was taken up. Senator Sewell
moved to niako the appropriation 95,000,
000 instead of 91,000,000. After further
debate tho amendment was voted down
and tho bill was passed as reported.
Senator Morgan Introduced a resolu
tlou, which went over under the rules,
directing the Committee on Finance to ex
amine into the causes of the failure of such
National banks of New York city as
suspended business In the month of
May, 1884, and report whether any such
failures nave, ana to what extent,
resulted from violations of tho laws
regulating their conduct, or from giving
certificates on drafts, or by their accept
ance of drafts or other commercial paper
drawn upon them directly or indirectly,
In evasion or In violation of the law; and
whether any National Bank in New York
city has been engaged since July 12, 1882,
In the violation or evasion of the laws
regulating their conduct; and that the
committee have leave to sit during tho
sessions of the Senate, to visit the City ol
New York, to send for persons and pa
pers and to examine witnesses on oath.
Senator Cullom Introduced a bill to
prevent speculation by National bank
At 2 p. m. the Senate went into execu
Mr. Laird, from the Committee on Mili
tary Affairs, reported a bill authorizing
the location of a branch of the soldiers'
borne In Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas,
Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri or Nebraska,
Referred to committee of the whole.
Senate bills were passed authorizing
the construction of bridges across th
Rio Urando between Eagle Pass aud
Pledras Ncgras, and between Laredo am)
A bill passed authorizing the construc
tion of a bridge across the Missouri
River between the north aud south lines
of Douglas Couuty, Nebraska.
A bill passed authorizing the extension
of tho Chesapeake & Ohio Road to s
point on the military lands of Fortress
By unanimous consent the morning
hour was dispensed with and tho llouso
went into committee of tho whole on tho
consular and diplomatic appropriation
bill. The bill was considered by para
graphs, under the five minute rule.
Mr. Hill (of Illinois) moved to amend
by making tho salaries of Ministers to
Austria and Italy say 912,000, as now,
the committee having cut dowu the salar
ies to 910,000.
Mr. Blount opposed tho amendment,
expressing his ludiffcrence as to whether
or not the whole diplomatic system were
Mr, Hlscock regarded the reduction
as a wholesale cut without rhyme or
Mr. O'Neill (of Pennsylvania) de
clared that owing to the small salaries
paid ministers aud consuls they wero
compelled to live In remoto corners of
the cities to which they were accredited,
and in some cases It was almost Impos
sible for an American citizen to Uud
them, Mr. Bloant appealed
to the Democratic members not
to bo divided on this question,
and regretted that the gentleman from
New York (I)orshelmer) had joluea witn
the gentleman on the other side tn lectur
ing the Democratic party and attempting
to defeat the Committee on Appropria
tions and thus strike a blow at the party.
Ho Pared not on what else tho party
might divide, this was a question on
which It could unite and meet the approv
al of the country.
Mr. Townshend opposed the amend
ment. Mr. Ilolman aprca'cd to tho party
fealty and asked the members to stand
by their committee.
Mr. Dorsbeimer suggested that an ap
peal to p irty fealty might have been made
when the House was considering the bill
which would reduce the transaction
130,000,000 th:in when It was debating
a proposition to reduce salaries two
and tlx pence. The amendment was
toat if a rote of Seres ty to serevtfv
THE RUMOR VERIFIED,
ut thu Half of tho Bad and
Ilturowhitf Talo Was
Details of the Lato Aooident on the
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Near
Slow Death and Partial Cremation of
the Fifteen Victims of the
l'n isnt noir, Pv., May 15. A freight
tra n collided with the gravel train
on the raltimoro & Ohio Railroad,
one mile east of Connellsvllle, between
nine ami ten o'clock yesterduy morning.
A number of laborers, variously estimated
at from twelve to twenty, wero killed and
many wero Injured. Tho sceuo of tho
disaster Is on a sharp curvo just west of
the Sheer sued works. Tho freight tralu
was heavily laden with ore. Tho camp
train consisted of six cars. It contained
about fifty men, who had just been trans
ferred from tho Pittsburgh Southern Road
ami wero on their way to the Ohio Pyle
falls to work on the east end of the division.
Moth trains wero going at a high rate of
speed and came together with it terrible
crash. Tho engines remained on the
track and telescoped each other Into tho
smokestack, but the heavy tenders jumped
Into the air and fell, tlm freight tender
upon Its engine and tho gravel train ten
der back upon tho llrst car In tho rear of
Here was tho scene of detith. Six men
were killed outright In this car, and four
others, fastened down by tho broken tim
bers, were roasted to death, tho car catch
Ing tiro from tho overturned stove aud
burning up before tho stupefied survivors
could comprehend tho awful situation of
Ihelr shrieking companions. Threo men
escaped from tho car; onoofthent assured
your correspondent that tho llro could
luivo been extinguished had water been
upplled in time.
Tho wreck Itself was a ghastly sight.
I'he tender of the freight eiigino stood
thirty feet lu tho air at tho sldo of tho
Iron car that was burned, and there could
bo seen sitting amid tho glowing embers
and twisted Iron rods and ashes throo
grinning skeletons, ouo sitting bolt up
right apparently peering into tho flumes
that had smothered out his life as well as
those of his companions.
At noon a largo force of hands were on
the ground extinguishing tlio Humes, and
tho wreck tralu was at work pulling the
debris away uud rescuing tlio charred re
mains. The burned trunks of four of tho
victims wero taken out. Across the-
breast of one tho white, unslnged flesh
contrasted strangely with tho blackened
surrounding. That spot was where the
heavy timbers caught him and held Win
In the grip of fate until tho flames left
nothing but a headless, armless, legless
trunk. The remains wero reverently
placed on a board, carried aside and laid
down upon tho green grass, spotted with
purple forest flowers. A lean and hungry
looking mountain dog sniffed tho roasted
flesh, and licking his chops descended on
the remains. Fortunately he was discov
ered and drivcu away.
When the wreck was cleared away It was
discovered that twelve persons had been
Injured und fourteen more wero missing.
The bodies of ten of those wero recov
ered. Tho others are supposed to havo
been completely consumed. Of those re
covered only two Cassldy and McDer
mott could bo posltUely lndentllled.
The others were burned shapeless. One
of tho Injured J. T. O'Shea died on tho
way to the hospiUil, making fifteen deaths,
as lollows :
Patrick Cassldy, aged forty, resldenco
Scott Desraott, aged twenty-one, Urslna,
Dennis Ward, aged forty, residence un
known. Shebeyneuman, residence unknown.
Owen Conley, aged thirty. Pittsburgh,
John Perry, figed thirty, Johnston, Pa.
Thomas Whittle, aged twenty-live resi
Ell Sloaii aged twenty-five, resldenco
Joseph Desmond, aged thlrty-ono resi
Patrick Kelly, aged thirty-seven, resi
John Hughes, aged forty-four, Cumber
John Conly, aged forty, New York.
Timothy Shay, aged forty, Stauutou,
J. T. O'Shea, aged twenty-one, Cum
The latter was fireman of the freight
train and the others laborers.
The wounded arc as follows:
James Smith, laborer, scalp wound.
Samuel Clay, engineer of the camp
train, right arm broken.
William McNulty, laborer, Philadelphia,
right ankle fractured.
Daniel Albright, laborer, Urslna, Pa.,
W. J. Borns, clerk, right arm broken.
Thomas McCabc, laborer, both arms
Four Swedes, whoso names are un
known, were also Injured, but not
The Injured were sent to the West
Pennsylvania Hospital at Pittsburgh, and
the dead wero brought to Connellsvllle
Coroner Brltton arrived at the scene of
tho wreck In the afternoon, and held an
luquest. I'he testimony showed that
the train dispatcher, Gilbert Lewis,
bad ordered the engineer of the
camp train to run wild to Ohio
Pyle, a distance of eighteen miles;
that before the train was out of sight
h remembered that the second sec
tion of No. 80, coming west, had not
pass Jd. He made an effort to stop one
train or the other, but did not suc
ceed. On account of a sharp curve
where the trains collided, the engineers
thinking thot the track was clear, could
not be held responsible. At ten o'clock
the Jury rendered a verdict that the via
tlnis came to their death by a collision
caused by the carelessness of Gilbert
Lewte, Dhrtrlct Attorney Cochran at
tended aha laqtest, but htm mt yet de
teratoid wketttf to Mwoate Ltr
Birmingham, May 15. Tho author.
Itles, professing to have received Infor
mation of a plot on font uinong l'enlans to
rescue tho dynamiters, Daily, i:un and
McDonnell, have quartered a detachment
of soldiers lu tho jail.
Lonko.v, May 15. American Railway
shares are being bought on tho Slock Ex
change as rapidly us offered
at llgurcs above New York clos
ing (imitations of lust evening.
I hero has been a slight advance In
prices since the opening with acontiuncd
upward loiulcncy. hopeful feeling pre
vails. Largo buying orders have been
received from Americans lu Europe tend
ing to greatly sustain the conlhlence gen
erally lell In American railways.
Judtfu Phillips Reported Shot.
lliLLsnoitt), li.i,., May lii.-Oreat ex-
ellcinent was caused here to-day by tho
report that Judge Phillips, candidate for
Congress from tills district, had been
shot at Klllngliaui by his opponent, John
it. i.iien. Later reports Indicate that
there Is probably nothing In the rumor.
A Foolish Uutehor.
RooNvii.i.n, Mo., May 15. tleorgo
Smith, a (icruian butcher of this place,
while killing hogs lust evening, put Ills
pistol In his hip pocket, cocked, with tlio
barrel up, and when putting his hand In
his pocket, soon after, It went off, shoot
ing him through the arm, which wlllliavo
to bo uiiipulutcd.
IshKi'UNiuiNi'K, Mo., May 15. The res
idence of .lames K. Purr, Hluo Springs,
was burglarized lust night. Parr had a
light with the burglar, but ho escaped
with his plunder.
Win. (Illl, the man who shot John Stun
ley at Hluo Springs last week, was ad
judged Insane this morning by the Couu
Death in a Coal Mine.
Staunton, III., May 15. Lust even
ing while P. M. Miller, aged twenty,
was working lu mine No. 7 of the Els-
worth Coal Company, a large mass of
slate fell, breaking his neck and killing
ii i tn Instantly
John Falmor ou tho Stump.
Ilii.i.snoiio, III., May 15. Kx-Oovernor
John M. Palmer will lecture in the Court
house this evening under the auspices of
the Young Men's Democratic Club, upon
the political Issues of the day.
Thirteen thousand bead of cattle wero
sold at Dallas In one bunch for 9:15,0110.
I'he engineer of a train was killed ami
thlrty-ono persons Injured by a railway
accident near Lundy Depot, Plain St.
Two-thirds of tlio stock of tho St.
Louis Land &, Lumber Company, doing
business at Elroy, Wis., Is held by Sey
mour, Sahin & Co.
Tho Treasury Department at Washing
ton Is ready to redeem bonds embraced
In the 127th call prior to tho date of ma
turity Juno 20, 1884,
At Worcester, Mass., Rico & Whiting,
bankers and brokers, who held consider
able Northwestern Cur Company stock,
uro declining now business,
Hullet Kllbourn says ho will taka 920,
000 damages In his suit ugalnst cx-Sor-gcant-at-Arms
Thompson, aud tlio motion
for a new trial was overruled.
Orain and Provisions.
'I'llLlLSDAY. MAY 16, 1HH4.
COTTON-Stcudy; mMdlinir, Uai1Vo.
Kcoeii-Sleady; XXX to eiioteu, t.UtMt.HC:
WiiKAT-WiMiker: No. 8 Red, $1.11);
No. A Ited, fl.UI'.Hil.lH.
I'oiiN-t-ti'oiiM'or: No. 2 mixed, MVtQMo;
No. 1 white mixed, 5S'ir&fUe.
Oats Lower: No. 2, illo.
ItVK I'lrm; No. t, (Wi&fklo.
TniiAi'co-Kirm; lux common tn eholen,
f ".7:V(ilU IM); lertf; common red luuf, tH.Uuy
III. (Kl; liir-illum to (food U.MKctl7.S0.
ilAV-l'ralrio iu.im I'm- prime; tU.UOi
lft.oil for eholoo; mixed $IIol4 for common to
prime; timothy flltlS for prime u ohoiee.
,' . , . ...n.awu w .win jj iji imiui'i J
2IW&; dairy, eholoo to fancy, PiitlSo; low
r.ooM vuiet, nr, leo.
Potatokm-I'lrm: KiiHtorn. 4(Kf?.48ei North.
cm, !lfr6lc; lloltmn mock ut irxiile.
l'oliK Firmer; BtuiKlurtl moss, JI7.UOtl8..r,0;
hard Hide, Ilil.Wl.
Laud steady; prime sloam, 6liV,a,
Uacon Looks, 8.Y(tik; shorts, ID40; clear
Woor, Tulvwunhed choleo, Sltft-'Mo; mo
ilium, :Kt l:.'o; unwimlied medium, KK&ilc; low
and course irnl'leH, I.Vrolso.
Hunts Unlet: drv flint. l7U(7M7Un- ,l,im.
Keil, l4',itf,Uo; bulls or ma,-H, Itki; dry
nulled, liki; dry Riilleil, ilaminroil, lie; kip and
eslf, sultnil, io; ilamanod, lltio; bulls nnd
hihks, 6c; frruon, uueured, 7!-,oj duuiuKcd,
HHKKP TKl.TS Steady; frrnnn. 7D'SWo; dry
1I0, 4U'l70o., us to amount und imllty of wool;
green alicHrling-g, 15c; dry do, luuiOc; lamb
WMAT-Fteadv: No. Z Red. June. 1.01 Hi
July, tl.OU't; AiikusI, fl.UU!-, Ueptomber,
Cons WeaVor; No. 2 mlxAd, May, 63',at
June, (tile: July, tU'to: Auirust, U5V4o.
Oats Steady; No. 2, mixed, May, 38!io;
Juno, Wito; July, !IH',c.
Provisions l'ork Quiet; spot mess, 117.00
018.50; Lurd libeller; steuiu. May, f8.0T.
Whkat Firmer; May, 87o; June, S7Xc;
July, SHfco: AllKUHl, S!Hc; Nuptomlier, 8!k).
Cons StronKor; May, Wi'io; June, MVo;
July, Mc: August, Mlto.
Oats Weaker; May, S.'!4o; June, 3Oi
Juiy.Wic; Amfiist, ai'-io.
Poiuc-Illiflior; Juno, f I7..Y!'; July, I7.45;
La an Ixmer; Juno, WXIH; July, 8.40;
SiioKT Hins-Juno, f8.22i; July, (8.30;
August, $8,117 4.
Live Stook Markets.
Hons Itecelpts, 14,000: quiet anil dull;
prices weak; lOo lower; Hirht. 6.MKIA.M); rough
pocklmr, Vi-V.t-').76; heavy packing aud ship
CATTLS-Kooelpts, 8,-100: slow; KXSlBo
lower: enrt, s.2fw).fl0i Rood to olioioe
shipping, ij.KMiO.iUi; common to fair, ta.iini
(iik-sp Heoelpts, il.OOO; market unsteady i
wonted, f.W47.&0; shorn, ia.UOii8.40.
N. BUtTf ALO.
Cattle Steadyi fair to choice steers,
fS.Mtt'ASA; common to good, tS.WWi.Sui
Siissp Aotivej fair to good clipped, $8.85
ee.UO;. fair to food western clipped, 16.80;
fair to good clipped lambs, til.2M4t.75.
Hons Active; medium to fair Yorkers.
5.'l.VUV8R; light, WMfc6.M; butchers' grades,
,. KANSAS CITT. ' ' ' '
Cattijc Receipt. 8,ft; steady: oloilnc
wrak and lower; native steers, l.ltri to l,au
list, average S6.MW.87l4; others unohanirwl.
Hoou ifacatpts, 11,000; stagnant, generally
lower; lota of IM to 2H9 iss. averagv, LB
To Those Whom It May Concern.
At a meeting held this night, May 15th,
by tlio Journeymen carpeuteri of Cairo, ic
wm agreed that on and after Monday, May
IDili, tho wages of journeymen carpenters
shall bo not lots than f 3.00 per day.
Iiy order of CoMMlTTKK.
l'.oat store For Halo. -
I'he entire slock of Boat Stores and Gro- -cerieg
of Hainud Wilson, late of Cairo, Illi
nois, now deccasod, is offered for kale in
bulk for a fow days with tub good will
OK TUB KIHM.
Any party desiring toitep into a woll
established and profitable business will do
well to give this matter a careful consider
ntion. Tito building recently occupied by
Mr. Wilson as a boat store, can bo rooted
ut a fair rental or will bo sold on caty
tenns. All inquiries may bo addronod to
Mus. Maiilda Wilsok,
Or IoGko. Fishku, Att'y., Cairo, 111.
Caiiio, III,, May Uth, 1884. 10 Ot
ThoiiHitiidH Hay So.
Mr. T. W. Atkins, dirard, Kan., writes.
"I never hesitate to recommend yonr Elec
tric Hitters to my customers, tney give en
tire satisfaction and aro rapid aellera."
Electric, Hitters aro tho purest and best
medicine known, and will positively cure
If iilnoy and Liver complaints. Purify the
blood and regulate tlio bowels, No family
fan all'inl to bo without them. They will
save hundreds of dollars iu doctors' bills
every year. Hold at fifty cents a bottle by
HarcUy liros. (!))
HiicKien's Arnica Halve
The Host Halve in tho world for Cuts,
Ih'uiscH, Hores, Ulcers, Halt Hhotiin, Fevor
Horns, Tetter, ('happed Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, nnd all Hkin Eruptions, and positively
cures riles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Trice
W cents por box. For sale by Barclay
A Walking Skeleton.
Mr. 13. Hpringer, f Mechaiilcsburg, Pa.,
writes: "I was affected wilb lung lever
and abscess en lungs, and reduced to a
wulkinir skeleton. Got a free trial bottle
of Dr. King's Now Discovery for Con
sumption, which did mo so much good
that I bought a dollar buttle. Alter using g
three bottles, found myself oiice mora a
man, completely restored to health, with a
hourly appetite, and a 14am lu flesh of 48
IbH." Lull at liiircluy liros.' drug store ana .
get a free trial bottle of this certain cure
for all liUng Diseases. Large Dottles $1.00.
"Iiongh on Corns."
Ask for Weils' "Rough on Corns.'" 15o.
Quick, completo cure. Hard or 10ft corns,
Quick, completo euro, all anneying Kid
ney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases. $1.00.
"Bough on Coughs."
Knocks a Cough or Cold on d wise. For
children or adults. Troches, 15c. LiquM,
COc. At Druffisls. '
I aiiflcrcd from scute inflammation in my
noso and hend'-for a week at at a time I
could not seo I used Ely's Cream Balm
and In a fow days I was cured. It was
wonderful how quick it hclpod mo. Mrs.
Qooigio S. Judson, Hartford, Conn.
Pkaihiuvillb, Tkx., June 20th, 1883. I
have been gelling drugs and medicines in
Texas for Boven yours, during which time I
havo sold Merroll's Family Medicines to
hundreds of families, to all of whom they
gave entire satisfaction, more especially did
Merreli's Female Tonio Ague Cure, Cough
Balsam and Liver Pills meet all that was
claimed for them. II. B. Williaes.
Nothing equals Allen's Bilious Physio is
quickly relieving costiveness, headache,
heartburn and all other bilious troubles;
25cts., largo bottle. At druggists. (6)
Pain from indigestion, dyspepsia, and
too Jiearty 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 Gtadud School, Clinton, Wis.
f tr Wlfn'a T9ntvnna 1 QFanUnn
"Wb had coased to hona that mir wife's
nervous affection could be enrea," writes
Rev. J. A. Edio, of Beavor, Pa. "Many
physicians failed to do her good, but Bam
arian Nervino has cured her." At drug
Twin servants of pain are those dreadful
diseases, inflammatory rheumatism and
neuralgia. They are met in every walk
aud station of life, and bafllo ordinary at
tempts to deal with them. In Athlophoros
has been found the conquering agent. It
attacks tho seat of disease, which is in the
blood, and drives out the foreign substances
that have poisoned and inflamed it. This
is the secret of the success that has every
where attended the use of the wonderful
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
Oreat Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
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 a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas snd Texas,
in 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when yon learn that the crop
for 1883 is SO per cent larger than that of
1883. To those purchiCtig land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate !
allowed for money paid for Uokets or freight
over the Companies lines.
B. 0. Townuunx Gen! Pan. Agt,