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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN".
CAIRO, ILL, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 17, HIM,
D Think, just because you
. ' have been sutTcrliig terribly
UN T wltn Rheumatism or Nou
1 ralula. that you must always
' coiiUnuo to suffer.
Nor think just because nobody bos been
able to cure you or your friends, that Neuralgia
and HheuinaUsw are incurable.
Think that a cure is im-
T possible Just because the
physicians have been unable
to accomplish It.
Nor think that because Atiilofhoroh
nas not been known ever since the foundation
of the world, It will not cure Itucumutlsin aud
Neglect the testimony of
Tthe htindredsof sutTerers who
have tried Athloi'uohob and
are now sound and hearty.
Nor think that because you have tried
fifty other things that failed, that Atulofuo
kos is like them.
Don't be discouraged 1 The very
thing that will cure Rheumatism and
Neuralgia is ATHLOPHOROS.
Don't be Skeptical! A THL0PH0R0S
has cured others. It will Cure YOU.
If you cannot pnt ATHt-orHononnf your drouvirt,
we will sond it expnwH paid, ou nwlpt of regular
price cue dollar ier until. Ve pre fiT that you buy
It from your druwrt. but if lie huHii't It. do not be
(wrxuadi-d to try wiuiettiiui; clue, but order at once
ruin ub aa directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
We have iromtovrr St 00,000.00 In dofondlna;
our rttrlit to Uie Durham null an our trade mark.
Undoubtedly lie la to day the moot valuable Dull
.In the world. Now it nUuidn to n;awiu that we
eouldnt afford to protwt hiin rto tbnrniurliiy If
SILACKWKLI.'H HI LI. IM KIIA.fl To.
atcco, of which he la the rnpreMentative, wium't
(be 11 E.ST MuiukliiK Touucco ever uiude.
The aale of Blackwpll'e Bull Durham flmnttinn
Tobacco far exceed thewe of any other brand in
the world, simply because it baa been, la, and will
be, the beat that can lie made. All dralera have it.
Look for trado-mark of the Hull ou every package.
C. "W. HENDERSON,
No. 194 Commercial Ave.,
Sole Agent foi the Celebrated
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Tin, Copper and Sheet lion Work,
HEADQUA TERS FOR
Builders' Hardware and Carpontere' Tools, Tau'e
and Pocket ( ntl-ry, best In the market. Rotfere
Broe.' Plated Knives, Forks auu Sooons, UrauitA
Iron Ware. Mi-rila Earthenware. Wh te Monnlaln
Freeren, Water Coolers, Rufi-ieraror, Clotuea
Wrlnitore, Crown Fin tor-. Nt Laddo'S, (larden
Im:demi)iiis, (iolden Star Oil Stovee- Bet In Ilia
world. Limp, of cverv doscrt tlon. Klaiu Oil.
Carpet Hweetiers, F ather DnsU'rs, Brooms, Vt n
dow Screen Wire Cloth, Full Bnpply ol Fulling
The ahoe .t roo.K bottom price".
Corner 12th and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. 12
LOUIS 0. HERBERT,
(Successor to Cha3. T. NtwUnd and
Plumbei: Steam and Das Fitter
Commercial Ave , bet. feuth and Ele
venth ssta .,
OA1UO, : : : ILL.
Drive Well Force and Lift Pumps furnished and
pntup. Agent for tho Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP',
the beat Tinnip evnr Invented. Vow Gas Flxtares
furnished to order. Od fixtures repaired and
HJobblng promptly attended to. . 819 tl
CAIRO CITI LIVERY, FEED and
Commercial Av., bet. 8th & 9th Sta.
Good Tornonts at Reasonable Rates.
KVHorsea boarded and well oared
TELEPHONE NO. 133.
The Daily Bulletin.
.n im;i: kichaiu) it kid,
The Kentucky Lawyer Who Was Re
cently Cowhided by an Ad
versary, Broods to Madnei Over Ilia Disgrace
and Deliberately Blow Bit
Mr. Stkiu.ino, Ky., May 10. Jut1n
Hlcliurtl Held, one of tho most proniiiieul
lawyers In tills section, committed sui
cide at uoon yesterday. The entire com
munity whs startled Ht the announcement
of his untimely tleuth, mid the greatest
excitement prevailed. It was noticed
that Judge lteld hud been somewhat
downcast and depressed In spirits for the
past few days, but no one Imagined that
ho was contemplating such a rash act ns
tho taking of his own life. Ik
went to Judge Ilreek's olllce
ubuut 10:30 . o'clock and complained
of it severe headache, asking per
mission to go up stairs Hint lie down.
Nothing more was known until Judge
Uroek, going to his room, found him
etrctched on the lloor, his head In a pool
of blood und a M-callbcr Smith & Wesson
revolver lylu,' by his side, lie gave the
alarm and soon Ills olllce was crowded with
the friends of the dead man. At the
Coroner's impiest nothing was developed
and no cuu.se could be unsigned for the
deed. A note in Judge Keid's handwrit
ing was found in a drawer in Judge
ltteek's desk which read: "Mad I Mail !
Forgive me dear wife, and love the boy."
Those who knew the Judge well say he
must have been suffering from a tempor
ary aberration of mind. The greatest
regret Is expressed ou all sides, and the
widow aud sou have the sympathy of tho
Funeral of Churiua O'Conor.
New York, May Id. Three thousand
people gathered at St. Patrick's Koinai)
Cuthollo Cathedral, on Fourth avenue,
this morning, to pay the last tribute ol
respect to the remains of Charles O'Con
or, tho great lawyer. Among the proud
nent people present were Koscoe Conk
ling, William M. Kvtirts, and John
Graham, Mr. U'Conor's late associate.
Chief -Justice Noah Davis and Judges
Daniels, llarrct, Lawrence and Donohuo
ot tho Supremo Court, Chicf-Justlco
Sedgwick, Judges Van Orst, Fredinami,
Ingraham and O'Uormau of tho Superiot
Court, aud many other eminent jurists.
The colllu containing the rcmalud
was placed at tho head of the
center aisle, and in the pews td
the right and left sat thu friends
of the deceased. The services were mos
Impressive, solemn high mass being re
cited by Archbishop Corrlgiu. Mgr.
Preston delivered the eulogy. Several
elegant floral offerings adorned the casket.
Thu body was taken to tho vault In the
old cathedral on Mott street, where it
was deposited beside Mr. O'Conor's
" TOO IGNOBLE TO LIVE."
The Divorced Wife of a St. Louis Man
Commits Suioids In Chicago.
Chicago, III., May 1C Mrs. Luella
Shorter, a domestic employed at Smith's
Hotel, No. 323 Clark street, died early to
day from the effect of morphine, takeil
with suicidal Intent a few hours before.
She left a letter requesting that Wilt
lirown, employed nt Tltinuu's printing
olllce, who she said was her friend, bt
uotilied. Tho body was sent to tin)
morgue. Her death closes a checkered
A few years ngo her husband, who 1H
wealthy and conducts a confectionery
business In St. Louis, obtained a divorce
from her and secured control of their twp
children. She drifted to this city, wherd
she went froui,bad to worse, being known
to the pollco as a disreputable wonmil
and a drunkard. Shu wrote that she died
because she was "too ignoble to live."
DEFENDS HIS FAMILY.
Shea, the Murderer, Writes a Letter to
riTTSiifituii, Pa., May 1C John D.
Shea, the convict In the Western Peni
tentiary, who Is wanted by Detectivo
Browning, of St. Louis, to answer a
chargo of murder, has writlen a letter
relative to his case, lie says:
"My mother and my father are respect
ive aged people. The criminal work
ny mother Is engaged lu at the present
time, or at least slnco 1881, is washing
clothes for a living. The criminal work
my father is engaged la Is getting his
bread by the sweat of his face at
hard days' labor In San Francisco, Cal.
All I want is a fair chance. Detective
Browning has been at the same old game
of running my poor old father and mother
down in the columns of the press to get
the public to believe that I was raised by
a family of Faglns."
' Fir at Petersburg.
VtxcKNNES, lND.,Mayl6. A fire broke
Dut at 1 :20 this morning which swept
fcway one of the handsomest and most
prominetit business blocks of Petersburg,
Ind., a town some fifteen miles southeast
of this city, destroying property to the
amount of from $50,000 to 885,000. Two
dry goods stores, a hotel, a grocery store,
an agricultural implement house and the
Democrat printing olllce, besides several
lawyers' aud doctors' otllces, were burned.
All were well insured. The cause of the
flro is unknown. TuU Is the fourth large
lire lu Petersburg lu two years.
Tillson's Crolden Wedding.
QfiNCY, Iix., May 16. The golden
wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tillson
this evening will be an event of great in
terest to our older and more prominent
:ltizens. Mr. Tillson is eighty-four years
jf age and came from St. Louis here on a
keel-boat in 1828, when Quincy had but a
half dozen log buts. Ho has been la
fears past one of the most prominent
iltizeus and is one of two or three of tho
A Costly Breach of Promise.
Uuktsvillk, At., May 16. News Is
just received of a terrible affray at Pop
lar Ridge, this county. A young man
oatued George I). Atchley was engaged
to marry a MlssTackct, ami had betrayed
her. The day for the wedding was set,
but Atchley failed to put in an appear
ince, having fled from the neighbor
hood. A few days ago he returned
lud was warned that he carried his life
In hit hand. The elder ychjsv ajnd tho
girl's fathtr becamo involved In t
dlltleiilly. Tho younger Atchley
and younger Tacket appeared on thu
scene. The latter drew a pistol aud shot
tieorgo Atchley in tho side. Atchley
turned ami shot Tacket lu tho breast,
causing a fatal wound. Young Atchley
then Iti'ttd at the elder Tacket, striking
him lu the back of the bead, inflicting
mortal Injuries. Both of tho 'rackets
opened lire on the younger Atchley, but
ho escaped with a serious wound In tho
sldo. Tho elder Atchley seems to haVo
tried to prevent the dllllculty. All part
les are well connected, aud the trugedy
has caused a profouud sensation.
Pirrmii'miii, Pa., May 10. Tho Gen
cral Assembly ot the Cumberland Pres.
byterlau Church of tho United States
convened ut McKeesport at 8:30 lust
evening. After an able sermon by tho
retiring Moderator, Eva J. McGumphy,
I). D., of Lincoln, Ills., tho roll of Synods
and Presbyteries wascslled. Tho remain
ing portion of the afternoon was devoted to
the election of Moderator, which was ac
complished on the second ballot, aud re
sulted In favor of Hon. John Frtzell, one
of thu Associate Judges of tho Supremo
Court of Tennessee.
Sentenced to Death.
Washington, 1). C., May 16. Charles
and Win, Hamilton, tho murderers of
Carl Steldle, were sentenced to-day to bo
hanged on thu 11 Ih of July next. They
were found guilty on Monday, 12.
Washington, D. C, May 16. Bank
Examiner Scrlba telegraphs from New
York that ho considers tho trouble over
so far as tho associated banks are con
cerned. Secretary Chandler in Trouble.
Washington, D. C, May 16. Secre
tary Chandler Is in a great statu of mind
to-day. He sold some days ago a number
of old condemned naval vessels, umong
them the Colorado, a receiving ship lu
New York Harbor to Delaumter &
Co. of New York, who bid
-$S5,00(). They were tho highest
bidders and immediately took possession,
Mr. Chandler a couple of days ago dis
covered that by some blunder a lot of
ordnance, naval stores, etc., had been
left on tho vessel, tho value of which
alone was $25,000. Ho immediately sent
to Delnmatcr & Co. for them, but they
refused to give them up, clulmlug them
us part of their purchase.
HK.IIY W. Ol.I.IVKK, "THK 1UON KING"
of Pennsylvania, has written open letters
to Morrison criticising Hewitt's tariff
bill, aud closing with thu remark that tho
bill appears to be as framed, "so much lu
the Interest of manufacturers at Trenton
(Hewitt's), that It ought to bo put on
the private calendar aud labeled. 'A bill
for the relief of Cooper and Hewitt.' "
TMK COMMITTRK ON JUDICIARY
decided that Congress has no legal right
to declare the forfeiture of thu laud grant
of the New Orleans, Baton Rougo 4
Vlcksburg Railroad Company.
f OllXV-EIOHTII CO.NGltKSS.
Hills passed authorizing tho construc
tion of bridges across tho Wisconsin,
Chippewa aud St. Croix Rivers, in Wis
consin. Mr. Willis (of Kentucky), from tho
Committee on Rivers and Har
bors, reported back tho River
aud Hurbor Appropriation hill, and
t was placed on the calendar. The only
materlul chauge made since thu recom
mitment of the bill is the Increase of np
priutlou for tho Delaware River from
$150,000 to 1(1200,000.
Tho morning hour having been dis
pensed with, Mr. McMillan (of Tcnu.)
moved to go Into committee of tho whole
on tho private calendar This mntlon
was antagonized by the Appropriation
Committee, and disagreed to, and then,
on motion of Mr. Rums (of Mo.) tho
House went Into committee of tho whole
on the consular and diplomatic appropria
tion bill. Cannon's amendment respecting
incidental consulate expenses was re
jected, CD to 96.
The Union Bank at Quincy, 111,, has
closed its doors.
Another gold excitement Is reported
seventy miles north of Miles City.
A well-known Fenian has been shadow
ing the movements of the Prince of Wales
The Mexican Senate has ratified the re
ciprocity treaty between tho United States'
A. A. Shaw, Treasurer of Clare County,
Mich., was robbed of $6,000 by parties
who bucked and gagged him.
Resolutions of censure upon the Albany
correspondent of the New York Timet
were passed by the Legislature.
A verdict of not, euilty was returned in
the case of E. B. Wheeler for the killing,
of J. P. Matthews, at Ha.lehurst, Miss.
In the jail at Birmingham where, Daly,
Egan and other dynamiters are confined,
a detachment of troops has been sta
tioned. Six hundred horses have already ar
rived at Louisville for the spring meeting
of the Louisville Jockey Club, which be
Tho bill regulating the manufacture,
fale and use of explosives was adopted
by the Reichstag, after which that body
adjourned until June 10.
G. W. Flagg, of Cleveland, wants to
wivstlo any man west of New England,
collar-and-elbow, but would prefer to
hear from Colonel J. II. McLaughlin.
President Hoop stated at tho annual
meeting of the Board of Fire Underwrit
ers in New York that the loss by fire dur
ing the past year had aggregated over
A proclamation restoring to the public
domain lauds set apart for tho Jicarllla'
Apache Indians In New Mexico, embrac-j
lug 8,071,000 acres, was issued by Presi
Washington is the headquarters for
cranks. An old lady claiming to be
'Queen Lucliyla from Louisville,"
wanted possession of the Executive
Paymaster Whipple's party was at
tacked by road agents on Tuesday
between Olendive and Fort Buford, D.
r. Sergeant Conrad was killed and
two privates wounded.
A Berlin correspondent of the London
ntmet says be Is authorized to say that
be morgaaatto marriage of the Grand
)ke Louis of Hesse Darmstadt with
(m. foX"?! dlseolred.
'TWIXT HEAVEN AND HADES,
A Qulntot of Murdorora Explato
Thoir Sovonvl Orlraos ou
A IToavy Military Guard Oallort Oat to
Proveut Iuterforonoe at au
Three Murderers Hanged by a Mob In
Arkansas A Urother'a Ter
Eicltinir Scnura nt the Ilnniflnir of Two
Murdnrers In Ohio.
AsiiMoitu, (),, May 111. Soldiers guard
the entire Irou-feneed campus in which
stands the uutluuated Court-house and
ohl-fashloned, church-like jail. Attached
to the jail Is a tall Inclosiiru of uupHiut
ed, dressed pine boards, within which
stands the gallows. Tho Klghth Regi
ment, of Akron, is here; ulso tho San
dusky company of the Second Regiment
and lilchwood company of the Fourteenth
and Company D of the Seventh lteglmemt
from Polk, where the murder was com
muted. There are no fears that the
crowd will break down tho enclosure and
see the liaiiL'ing. Horn and (irlbbon slept
well last night. Horn rose to see his last
sunrise, and sat an hour und u half sadly
at the window.
Until men are using all their nerve to
keep up. They are badly shattered
by morphine taken a week ngo with
suicidal intent. Thu Muthodlut ministers
of the town vislled them yesterday but
discovered no signs of contrition and re
ceived no confession. It Is their evident,
determination to brave U out. Tho scene
lust evening when (irlbhcu bade thu last'
farewell to his wife aiM year old baity,
was enough to melt the stoutest heart.
The ministers and attendants were moved
to tears, They had gently to force 111!)
wife away w hile tho minister was at
prayer. The last words of tho ngoul.od
wile as she was led through the cell,
were; " God bu with you my poor uns
ound." 8 a, m. Tho men aro being dressed
ami shaved. Horn's mother Is at thu
point of death, but the news of her Ill
ness is carefully kept from him.
!l:2(l a. M.A crowd of 400 has gath
ered outside, yelling bloody murder. It
is feared that blood will bu spilled. Tho
reserves have been called up. There Is
intense txelteinent, It Is evidently the
intention of tho crowd to break In and
destroy the enclosure, The soldiers aro
cool and plucky.
(irlhliau said on tho scuftold:
"I want to say this: I urn as Innocent
ot this crime as any of you fellows, but
have got to suffer and die. hero to-day."
He bado good -by to his friends. Both
men' neck were broken and at 10:i!l
both were pronounced dead. Tho hang
ing was very much hastened by tho noise
of the mob which threatened interrup
tion. The moment tho drop fell a sol
dier shouted to the crowd: "It's all up
all over." That seemed to pacify tho
Three From One Scaffold.
Chicago, Ii.r,., May 10. A speclul to tho
United Press from Greenville, S. C, says
tlmt Riley Anderson, for the murder of
Louis Grllllih aud daughter; and Alfred
McCulloch and son, for the murder of
Eph, Saxon, were all three hung together
here this mornlngon one scaffold. There
was a large crowd In attendance.
Littlk Rock, An., May 10. A ped
dler named Ward left Prescott two weeks
ago, and entered Howard Couuty, but
not returning when expected, his brother
went in search. He learned of suspicious
circumstances which led to the arrest of
the two Pope brothers and King Kendall.
One of the Popes confessed, giving tho
details of the shooting of Ward in tho
buck of the bead aud burning tho body.
It Is reported here this moruiug that
the citizens of Howard County took tho
three men out and promptly hanged
MISSISSIPPI Ml'Kl) Kit KKS,
Two Brothers to Be Tried for Their
Lives at Haselhurst.
Hakmil ust, Miss., Muy 16. The trial
of the Penn brothers, for tho murder of
Ii. B. Rials ou the streets of this place,
April 8 last, Is in progress before the Cir
cuit Court of Copiah County. A sever
ance has been grunted, and llobt. U, Penn
will first be tried. A jury Is now being
Impaneled on tho first caso. Several days
will bo occupied by tho trials.
Baltimorr, Md., May 1C John Du
lany, a well-known sporting man, is un
der arrest here without privilege of bull,
on a chargo of attempting tho ruin of
Blanche Gray of Harrlsonvlllo, Va. At
tho Belmont House yesterday he enticed
her into a room, under pretext of getting
her a position as governess iu bis family,
when ho and another man attempted a
criminal assault. The girl's cries brought
assistance und the door was broken open.
The men, however, escaped from another
entrant and Delany was captured after
an exciting street chase by u large crowd.
The girl is quite HI.
Acoident to a Wedding- Party Resulting
Litti.r Rock, Apr., May 16. A party
last night started to Dr. Harkey's, near
Russellvillc, to attend a wedding, when
the horses ran away with the wagon,
throwing out and injuring Mrs. Captain
Peeler, Mrs, Dr. Perryraan, Mrs. A.
Lyons and Al Bradley. Mrs. Peeler has
sluce died, and Mrs. Lyons' condition Is
Damaging; Frosts in Wisconsin.
Chicago, III.. May 10. The Journal's
Janesvllle, Wis., special says: "There
was a heavy frost in this part of the
State this morning, which damaged crops
and fruits in the lowlands. Water was
frozen lu many places."
Messenger Boys on a Strike. ,
Pittsburgh, Ta., May 16. The mes
senger boys employed by tho Bankers'
hnd Merchants' Telegraph Company
I track this morning for an advance from
US to 18 per motjh.
London, May ill. The Leylaud Lino
steamer Klysian struck the rocks of Capa
Clear early this morning and will become
a total wreck, Thu crow and passengers
together with the mails were saved and
landed at Queenstow n.
London, May 111, 4 I', M. American
shares continued strong during the day.
At this hour there has been a marked Im
provement In prices as compared Willi
lust evening's closing llgures. There
were huge buying orders on hand ami
when slocks were offered on the market
nt ruling prices they were Immediately
London, May It!,-Karl Spencer 1ms
been suddenly summoned to Loudon to
attend a Cabinet Council,
Hkiilin, May I1. Tho F.mperor hasae.
copied tho resignation of Hlsmurck from
tho Presidency of ttie Cabinet and has ap
pointed as ids successor lloettlcher, the
rrusHiau iwiuistcroi Mate.
A Iloy Detoulive.
Nkw York, May HI. At noon yester
day F.dward Jewell, a schoolboy going to
Ids home in a flat In Harlem, found three
men iu the hallway staiiillugovcra fourth,
who they said was drunk. Ho went up
stairs, ami looking back, saw the men
turn tho prostrate man's pockets Inside
out, cut his watch guard, take off his shoes
und coat ami roll them In a bundle aud go
away, The boy told his mother. Dwell
ers lu thu tlat went down and found tho
man to ho black In the face, Willi pro.
trudlng tongue. Ho was dead. Within
less than an hour three men entered a sa
loon lu that ucluhhorhood, drank somo
beer and began quarreling about money.
Then two ot them pitched Into the third,
knocked Imu senseless and kicked him
and ran away, The saloon-keeper told
u boy who saw tho light to follow
them, and when ho found a
policeman have them arrested. Tho men
boarded a car. Tho boy chased tho car
eleven blocks, and met a policeman, who
arrested tho men. Ho took them to tho
station-house, where they were rccog
nl.ed as .11 in (irady aud Mike Ileum, no
torious characters. While they wero
standing before tho desk a dead man was
brought iu, Tho prisoners tut nod pnlo
and Urady dropped a pocket-book to tho
lloor. The dead man proved to be Jo
seph Hurling. Ho was the man who had
been choked to death. In the pocket
book was his name, Schoolboy Jewell
Identllled thu two men its those ho had
seen In the hallway standing over tho
man who they said was drunk. Meanwhile
the man left unconscious lu tho saloon
had been taken to tho hospital. Thu
schoolboy there recognized him as tho
third of thu hallway trio. Ills uauio Is
New York Legislature Adjourned.
Amianv, N. Y., May 10. Tho Legisla
ture adjourned slno die.
drain and Provisions.
Fill DAY, MAY 10, 1HH1.
Cotton Btoucly; inMcliiiw, lMiaim.
Fumii Htndy! XXX. toulioieu, tI.OO(4.H0:
Wiicat WiMikeri No. 1 Hod, fl.101
1.11 W; No. a Iti-ii, t.UIi6l.(lll'.
Count-Lower: No. i mixed, Su!r3&2u
No. a white mixed, ftsije.
OATS-Lowur; No. S, Itl'itlo,
ItVK bower; No. , lllo.
ToitACCO-Kiriu; lutrn common to ulinlen,
$r.7,rilu.il0; leaf; common red leaf, fs.uoj
10. IH); i Hum to wood tWMKibn.M.
llAV-1'nilrln II:!. ml lor prime; $14.00
for eliiilec; mlxeil flt'cliU fur common to
prinKi; timothy HI'iilH lor tirltmi to eliolen.
IIuttrh HtuHily: eholee to fuuey eri-imiery
'WUt dairy, ctiotoo to luncy, i)dIHe; low
KiKiH-guiot. at !().
I'oTAroiui-l-'lrin: Eastern, 4Mi?47,'4e; Peer
les. UhM-o; Northeru, iKKitdUc; Bottom gtoek
I'ohk Weiikeri standard moSR, SltUSi
hard aide, $111.(10.
I.AiiD-.sicudy; prime stoam, 71ifl!c,
ftACON UniiM, BVtUlo; shorts, O'.lo)
uleiii rihs, lWe.
Wool. Teh-washed choice, ElftWIe; me
dium, mwt.'o; nnwHHhed medium, XWMo; low
ami ooarie irritdes. llneifo.
IIiiiKS-Oulot; dry Hint, 17'4&l7tta; dam
aw"l, l4'4(il4o; bulls or sias, ik; dry
milled, :: dry Haltml, damiwed, llo; kip anil
calf, sultod, He; daiimued, M'.o; hulls and
Blinds, blue; green, uneured, 7'.ic; damaged.,
HllKKP 1'si.ts Steady; flrnon, 70fiUij dry
do, 40ft70u., as to amount and quality or wool;
Krcen slieiirlinifs, I.hj; dry do, loliu; lamb
Wheat Weaker; No. 2 Hed, May, $1.00;
June, l.miV: July, tl.iCV
Cons Wuakor; No. ii mixed, May, 62'Jo;
OATS-I,ower; No. 2, mixed, May, 37J(o
Juno, Iff -He.
CKovisioMS-l'nrk Quiet; spot moss. $17.00
aiH.fiO; Laid libher; steam, June, $.47A
WiiFAT Lower; May, WiSo;" Juno, 7e;
July, mu: AutfUKt, SSo; Hcptemher, KH'fco.
Cohn Lowor; May, M!to; June, M;So
July, 57S: AuiniiM, rs'4o.
Oath Weaker; May, ;Ke; Juno, 82fto
Juiy.ifie; Autrust, as o.
I'oltK-HiKlier; May, $17.25; June, $17.3f)
I, a nn Ixiwer; Juno, fs.OTK; July, $8.17V4t
Sinner Iliiis-June, $8.U!tfi July, $8.2Cj
Live Stock Markets.
Hons Receipts, 14,000; prices 5o lower;
Hk-hr, fi.nnwnA; roiiKli paekimr, $.r.:irtA.70;
heavy piicklnif and ulupplnn, .7ifi,iJ.I0.
(Iatti.k Itueelpts, b,mn steady on best:
others lite lower; exports, $ll.Ll0i(il.O; (jood
to choice, $j.so((il.u; common to fair, $.').iii
Hiikkc ltecelpts, 2,i: market dull;
common to prune, $n.7U4t7.UO.
hu rr a i,o,
Oatti.k Hteadyi fulr to eholee steers,
ta.mMM; common to good, $S.tfiK((,il.;j'i;
Hhkkp Active; falrtoifood clipped, $1.35
4itt.HU; fair to good western clipped, $6.B0;
fair to (food clipped lanilis, $ii.2,V.S.75.
Ilium Active; medium ' to fair Yorkers,
$A.rf.A.H5; Unlit, $5.;iuttfi.(0j butchers' grades,
Kansas orrr. "
Catti.h Receipts, 1,HO0 unsettled; trad
ing very llitht : a few sales made at about 100
Hons Keedpts, INK); slow) 1W120O
lower; lots of 0m to 300 lbs. average, !i.U)iJ
VMi mainly, $J.00((&A.10.
Siiksi" Keoolpts, 1,1100; qulot and un
changed. Honey and Stock Market
New Yohk, May 18. Money stringent; 1
per cent, per diem, plus the lewat rate, is bo
liijr demanded for accommodation ; Kxchaniie
lower; Uoverinents lower) currenoy, (Is, ao
hd; 4s coupon, llHlt bid; 4Hs do, llo bid.
1'be sltiiaUou la speculative circles allows no
Improvement this morning, and there Ima
been no developments that would In any way
noouraire hope ot Immediate roilef. The
banks are even more careful in the matter of
loans this morning, ami many refused to
make advance, no matter how good or sound
was the colbttm-al offered. Oovernmeut bonds
irera rsfuscd in many hmtaneca on tho rrotipd
that the ftiads were reserved to meet the dw
Legal Blanks Kept For Sale
at T11 8 Huu.RTiN office.
Koolul Wurranty Demls,
Heal Kstato Mortgage,
Kxeeutions, Huininons, Veulro,
Uarnisbee ltUnki, &c.
Thousands Say 80.
Mr.T. W. Atkins, Clirard, Kan., writes.
"I never hesitate to recommend yonr Elec
tric Hitters to my customers, tney give en
tiro satisfaction and aro rapid sellers."
Electric Hitlers are tho purest and best
medicine known, and will positively cure
Kidney ami Liver complaints. Purify ths
blood and regulate tlio bowels. No family
can nll'ord to bo without the 111. They will
save hundreds of dollars lu doctors' bills
every your. Hold at fifty cents a bottle by
Ilarelny llroc, (3)
rfiicKieu's Arnica Nalvo
Tlio Kent Salvo iu thu world for Cuts,
IbuisoH, Hores, Ulcers, Bait Kheum, Fover
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Coins, ami all Hkin Eruptions, and positivoly
euros Tiles. It U Kuarantood to rivo per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Prlco
tS5 cents pyr box. For sale by Barclay
A Walkiuff Skeleton.
Mr. K. rlprinyor, of Meclmnicsburif, Pa.,
writes: "1 was nU'ected with lung fever
and abscess on I tin if, and reduced to
walking Hkeletoii. (Jot a t'reo trial bottle
ol' Dr. Kind's Now Discovery for Con
sumption, which did mo so much good
tliut I lioiiht a dollar bottle. After using
llireo Lot ilea, found myself once more a
man, completely restorud to health, with a
hourly appetite, and a ain in flesh of 48
lbs." Call at Barclay Bros.' drvitf Btnre and
Kel a free trial liottlu of tit is certain cure
for nil Lung Diseases. Laro bottles f 1.00.
roliNliInjf tho Wrung Knd.
Mirny men daily polish their bunts who
never give a thought to tlio condition of
ihelr hair, except to barrow it casually with
brush and comb, or submit it to the para
lyzing attentions of tlio average barber.
VVhi.t happens? Why, tins: From neglect.
mental anxiety, or any of a score of causes,
(lie hair turns porinattirel.y gray and begins
to fall out. Parker's Hair Balsam will at
once stop tho latter process and restoro the
original color. Au elegant (housing, free
Prevent sickness by taking occasionally
0110 of Emory's Little Cathartic Pills, a
womlorlul appetizer, au absolute cure of
Biliousness. 15 cents. (4)
One of the strongest proofs of the valuo
of Kidney Wort as a remedy for all dis
eases of tlio Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, is
thu fact that it is used and prescribed by
"renular" physicians. Philip C. Ballou,
M.D., of Moukton, Vt., says: "Take it all
iu all, it is the most successful Ntuody I
have over used."
Why do you suffer with back ache, pain
in thu chest, rheumatism or lameness any
where when a Hop Plaster will surely give
you rol Icfl Druggists sell them. 23 dots.
t-ff'Ih it Yourself. With Diamond
Dyes any lady can got aa good roaults as
1I10 best practical dyer. Every dye war
ranted true to name and sample. 10c at
druggists. Wells, Richardson & Co., Bur
Cheap liornva in Arkansas and Texas.
Along thu line of the Bt. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in die world, ranging in price from
3.0') to $.'100 and $4.00 per aero, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Bend 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
sue for yourself when you learn that the crop
f.ir J 883 is 60 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
tho Company, and paying one-fourth, ono
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate Is
allowed formoney paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Towubesd, Gnu'l Pass. Agt.
'St. Louis, Mo.
I!y 31EDDIS & SOUTHWICK
971 acres of Land,
la Dullard County, Ky., nearly oppoilto
Cairo, Ilia., ,
at Court Donas Door, to Loulivllle, Ky.,
MOiNDAY, JUNE 2d, 1884,
at U A. M,
Aa triu'eci of the creditor nl R. 8. Ilerr, dee'd,
I will, on Monday, June 2d, ltittl, at U a. m.,it th
Court Iloura dour, in the city of LoulnTllle, Ky,,
aoll to the hltithut bidder, U74 aoret of rlvar bot
tom and hill land, la Balard County," Kr, nearly
opiiosltu Cairo, ill., known aa part of tha Cochraa
tract ana adjoining tne jonn Mots one toon
aand acrca Kr further particulars address tha
TKKMH one third cah. balanca In 1 and 9
yaara, with 0 percent. Interest and lien.
JOHN L HE KB, Trustee.
MEDDI9 ft 80UTI1W1CK, Auctioneers, Loots-
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety x Slock
IN THBJ CITV.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
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