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CAIRO, ILL., TUESDAY
MORNING, MAY 20,
When a man lias suffered from Rheumatism
only a Uttle whllo, and Is relieved from his pain,
he is happy and delighted, hut suppose, he has
Suffered for more than a
third of a century.
Alvln Crlra, of Vale, Iowa, writes :
0 "ATHLONioiionliaalieled luamuch. The
pain In my Umbe U til kouu, but ume lame- 9
iieaa la left yet, and well thero miulit t.
for I havs boon troubled for thirty-flve
9 yoara with ItheuniaUam."
Mrs. A. B. Bukcr, of Chicago,
Had rheumatic pains In her
back for fifteen years,
nnd Mr. Baker had teen the victim of Iihni
niiitlsra until his head was drawn down oer
lili luft shoulder. Mr. Baker writes:
" Half a bottle of Atiii.ophohos mado
me u (food aa new, My wife has taken
it the other half, and baa not cnmi'lalned of O
her back auioa. Blio any. her back never waa
O no free from rain and ache ax it haa been
since sue haa taken the Atiiloi'Houob." 9
There are many people who think that
because they have sullered so long, nnd
luive tried bo ninny medicines in vain, they
must "suffer on tiieir threesBcore years."
But you see what Athlophohos has done.
However Old your Case;
However Severe your l'lilnat
However tireat your DUuppointmrnt,
5SFTry Athlophoros "TO
If yon cannot pet ATHLornononof your dniiwlHt,
wo will aend it czprew iid, on receipt of regular
M i ce one dollar ir bottle. We prefer that you buy
from your druggint. but If he hasn't It, do not bo
rsuuded to try something clue, but order at omx)
from uit an directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
The best evidence in the world of the
purity and excellence of BlackweU'a Hull
Durham Smoking Tobaooo ia found in the
fact that the f aiuo of tliia tobacco increaflue
from year to year. This could not be the
cane if it were merely " gotten up to tell,"
or had any dubious or duuireroua ingre
dients in it Among millions of inters of
all nationalities, surely Home one would
find out if It were impure. Injuriona or
unpalatable. For 18 yrara thin tobacco haa
been acknowledged to lie the 4 in ihi
world, and every year the Bull Durham
brand growa more popular, the duniaiid for
It wider, and Muokon
more entutwiaatic over iU
dilicioua naturid flavor.
AKk your dealer for It.
Get the genuine trade
mark of the Bull.
C. W. HENDERSON,
No. 191 Commercial Ave.,
Sole Agent foi the Celebrated
Mannfactnrer and Dealer In
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron M
Builders' Hardware and Carpenters' Too!?, Tah.'e
and Pocket tntlcry, bent In the market. lingers
Bros.' ('luted Knives, Forks nuu Suoonp, Uruuite
Iron Varo. Hcr.lu Earthenware. Vh,tj- Monntaln
Freezeri, Waier Coolers, Itufngcratori', Chilbea
Wrlngcre, Crown Fluier-. Ht ip Ltddor, Garden
Implements, Golden NiarOil Stoves- bo.t In Hie
world, L'impB of everv desert lion. Klain Oil,
Carpet Sweepers, F other Duelers, Uioomn, Win
dow Screen Wire Ciolh, Full supply ol Fishing
The alvue .t roo.K bottom price
Comet I2lh and Commercial Avenue, Ca'ro, 111.
Telephone No. 12
CAIRO OPEBA HOUSE.
Thrco Sights and Grand Family Ma
tinee. MAY 22ud, 23rd and 2-ltli.
The Great and Original
and Gold and Silver Gift Show; Programme ex
traordinary from 1iogtmilu to end, Include
that Wonder of Wonders,
Dreaming and Waking,
the floating In mid-air without any vlalhlo support
as never Duiure prei-untea to trie puuiic.
A large number of
Usefal and Valuable Presents
fgiven away at each performance.
y Remember there Is hnt one orlulunl Boom an
and he will DonUlvlv apiiear a ahovj mentioned.
Pr ci: ea a tial. H".erved ponta, without extra
chirgo, now on Hale at itndor a Jewelry More
The Daily Bulletin.
i W W WWi
T Thereianomiwhiefdonewliere f;
I BlackweU'a Bull Durham f
1 Buiokiug Tobacco ia Used, E
A COIGN OF VANTAGE
And ft Better Outlook for the Future
of the Stook Market In
Erie County Savings Bank OloBed, and Its
President Said to Have Taken a Sud
den Notion to Travel Abroad.
American Securities in the London Market
Show a Slight Decline from Satur
day's Closing Prices.
The Day in Wall Street.
Nkw Yokk, May 19. Alfulrs In finan
cial circles this morning are going ou
niuuh the same as previous to the turbu
lent events of last week. There Is no rush
or excitement, and the streets in the vi
cinity of tho Exchange are entirely free
from the tumultuous crowds that lately
gathered In them. Since Wednesday last
the attendance of brokers shows no fall
ing off. This morning found them early
at the various olllces und hurriedly pre
paring for tho opening of the
market. The Hoard room at the
opening of business was In marked
contrast with tho closing days of last
week. All was quiet and orderly. Thero
was no rushing of brokers from one stock
crowd to another, and there was an en
tiro absence of any excitement whatever,
Transactions were upon a small scale,
und the support apparent at the opening
on Friday aud Saturday did not manifest
Trices began to go off from the first whilo
the pressure to sell increased every mo
ment. Louisville & Nashville, Central I'a
cillc, Lackawanna, Lako Shore, Missouri
Pacific, Pacific Mall and Heading wero
especially wean tho first half hour and
recorded the greatest declines, At 10 ::10
n. in. the decline for nearly the whole list
ranged 1-1 to 3 percent. In the next
halt hour there was a slight rally lu some
stocks, but now th .'market Is very weak
at 1-4 to 2 below Saturday's close.
Erie County Savings Bank.
Nkw Youk, May 19. The failure of
V. 15. Scott & Co., bankers, has just
been announced. - Tho Krio Savings
Hank closed its doors this moruiug.
Among its depositors wero a large
nuinlxir of railway men. It Is re
ported that one of tho engineers of
the Lake Shore loses 8:5,000 of his sav
ings. The cause of the suspension Is
not made public. It is rumored that
President Adam Hrubcndcr has left tho
It Is said the cause of closing the
doors was a quiet but steady run on
the bank for tho past few days, aud
the poor success lu realizing on Its
paper. Tfce failure causes much ex
citement at tho city banks. The capi
tal stock was 200,000, and the stock
holders arc personally liable,
Affairs at Newark To-Day.
Nkwark, May 19. Tho application
to the Vicc-Chansellor for an order to
require President Dodd to show causo
why he should not be punished for dis
obedience of tho Court of Chancery, in
removing the bank's assets out of tho
State, was laid over pending develop
ments. The run on other savings banks
Flak & Hatch.
Nkw York, May 19. -Flsk & Hatch
said this morning that negotiations are
progressing for the settlement of all
debts between their firm and the Newark
Savings Institution. Every promiso Is
made that none of the firm's Chesapeake
& Ohio securities will bo put upon the
Closed Its Doors.
Petehsbckg, VA.,May 19. Tho Plant
ers and Mechanics' Hank closed Its doors
to-day. A heavy run is being made on
trie Petersburg Savings Hank, but it Is
thought tho bauk will be able to with
New Yohk, May 19. The sympathy
extended to Doimell, Lawson & Simp
son has induced them to submit to
the proposition of their creditors, which
will result in their resuming business lu
a few days.
No Statement Yet.
New Youk, May 19. Everything Is
quiet. There are yet no statements of
the suspended firms,
The Stock Market Close.
New Youk, May 1!). Stocks closed
firmer. Tho Scott failure had no effect.
THE M. E. fONI'ICUEXCE.
South India Conference Balloting- for
Two New Corresponding- Secretaries.
Philadelphia, Ta., May 19. In the
Methodist Conference the consecration of
tho Bishops elect was fixed for Thurs
day. The Committee on Missions re
ported that permission had been granted
for a division of the South India Confer
ence Into two annual conferences during
quadrennlum If the exigencies of tho case
may demand. Kev. Dr. Leonard, of Cin
cinnati, said that unless greater harmony
prevails In the future than In the,
past tho smaller tho delegation from.
India the better. An appeal was mado to
Hlsliop Foster. He stated that in his
opinion there was no demand now for
two conferences In South India, Tho
report of tho committee was adopted.
Tho Committee on Missions rccom-)
mended tho election of two co-ordinate'
Corresponding Secretaries for tho Mis
sionary Society. Adopted. Tho Con
ference proceeded to voto Hevs. Lrs.
Held, of Michigan, and McCabe, of
New York, Gruchcr, of Baltimore, llaro,,
of New York, Fitzgerald, of Newark,
Olln, of Wyoming, and Rev. Todd,'
were placed in nomination.
The Slain Libertin of Columbia Finally'
Columbia, III., May 19. Tho funeral
of Mr. William Ditch took placo yester
day morning at ten o'clock from bis resi
dence in Columbia. As the procession
passed through town tho streets wero
lined with people who gazed with awe
upon the still and solemn sight, The
pall-bearers were John Gundlach, Henry1
Huch. Josooh Basch, John K.
Mornn. Tbqbui Morgan, WllUim,
Clark. Gcoreo Divers and Jacob Lot
About thirty carriages followed the ri
nulns Iroin Columbia ;to waienoi
More than 500 people iolnod the procti
slon lu passing through Waterloo to tit
cemetery. A large number of tho run
Uvea of both Mr. und Mrs. Ditch were In
attendance, us were also many of tie
most wealthy citizens of tho couutyt
After assembling at tho grave the
friends at Waterloo were given an oppor
tunity ol viewing tho remains, and Hume
(llatcly after an address was delivered by
Prof, J. II. (ians, of Columbia.
There wero many lloral tributes of re
spect mid affection, four of which con
sisted of uii anchor, a star of hope, a
wreath representing eternity and a pillow
of Immortelles, all of which wero taste
fully arranged upon tho grave by Pro
Tho Immense crowd then quietly dis
persed, each face bearing the Impress of
a deep und Impressive lesson, aud ponder
ing no doubt upon the sad circumstances
which had brought them to so solemn a
ALMOST A VV CLONK.
Flue RHsldenoe Wieokod Near Qulncy
Drowned Her Babe. j
Qnxcv, In.., May 19. Yesterday a
heavy black cloud passed over tho city In
a southeasterly direction. Its rapid
movement caused fears of a cyclono, anil
later reports are that L. Wheeler's lint)
residence, lour miles from tho city, was
complete y wrecked. Other damage was
done but to what extent Is not yet known.
Elvliia Hamilton, a colored girl, Is uii.
tier arrebt for murdering her Infant
which was found last evening In a cis
tern. Womnn'a Rights al thoSouth.
Atlanta, (Sa., Muy 19. Women's
rights are quietly progressing In Georgia.
Judge Hammond lys just had presented
to him a petition of a Jady to be appoint
ed a trustee for the control of the prop
erty of her children. Tho petitioner Is
Mrs, Mattle C. Bass, who asks to bo made
tho sitct'cssor of the late C. II. Uass, who
was . the trustee of an es
tate belonging to his children.
So far as can bo ascertained
from accessible records, no lady has here
tofore ever been vested with such trus
teeship lu Georgia, and the question of
her eligibility was raised when tho peti
tion was presented. Judge Hammond
could find nothing In the luws of Georgia
to prevent her from being eligible to of
fice, und as she is the nam nil guardian of
the children, ho passed an order appoint
ing her Trustee. She will give proper
bond and take charge of the estate at
Loxnox, May 19. In the Commons
Gladstone, replying toBartlett, Conserva
tive, said the Government adhered to Its
position, that tho Egyptian law of liquida
tion should bu tho basis of the confer
ence, France asked an explanation of
England's position in regard to uffalrs in
Egypt. Both governments aro desirous
of exchanging views. After reciprocally
exchanging views they will consult the
other powers at the earliest moment pos
sible. After this Parliament will bu full'
Informed of the proreetlf ngs,
Lomjo.v, May 19. Tho market or
American railway securities to noon to
day is quiet but somewhat Irregular, enii
pared with Saturday's closing prices; St.
Paul shows a decline of 1 1-8; Heating,
1 1-4; Erie seconds, 1-5; New York ven
tral, advance 1-2; Illinois Central, 1-2.
At noon Lake Shore fell off 11 -8 .'nun
Saturday's closing; Central Puclllc 8-8;
London, May 19. Since 2 p. m. there
has been a decline In Lake Shore tif 1-2;
St. Paul, 8-8; Erie, 1-8, Wabash pre
ferred Is quoted at 10 1-2 and Deliver &
Hio Grande at 12.
London, May 19. Mr. Ccsnola's
Cyprian antiquities were auctioned off
to-day at low figures.
Leii'sio, May 19. Tho trial of Cap
tain Heutsch and M. Kraszewskl, for
treason, was concluded to-day. Th
accused were found guilty. Captali
Heutsch was sentenced to uino year
Imprisonment lu the House of Corrrf
tlon, and M. Kraszewskl, on account !f
his extreme age of seventy-six yca,
was ordered to be interned iu a fortrds
for tho term of three years and x
months. The trial lasted several days. It
was secret and very little testimony fJ
ccpt that favorable to Government
allowed to reach the public. The frlcfls
of M. Kraszewskl denounce the de(r
mlned efforts of Prince Bismarck durjig'
the trial to convict the Polish aiitbor'iu
unmeasured terms, aud say his actliis
wero Inspired by a desire for rcvcngelor
the Intense bitterness shown In man, of
the author's works toward Gcrniliy
and especially toward Russia
Caiuo, May 19. It is stated on cjel
lent authority that tho expedition for1
General Gordon's relief will leavejfori
Khartoum about the 9th of June. The'
rise in the Nile has In past years Jen.
telegraphed from Khartoum oboutiho;
18th of June. As this information -111
not, of course, bo forthcoming txt
month, tho authorities will calculateiip
on employing nine days In proceeding
tho head of the present navigable porbu
of the stream. By this arrangementihe
advanco will be continuous, aud tliekb
jefitlvo points of the expedition wlllho,
reached at Uie earnest possible momtit.
London, May 19. A dispatch nm
Home received here to-day announces io
death of Samuel Wark, a well-knd'u!
Pauis, May 19. M. Louis ; Paste
academician and eminent chemist, re;
paper before tho Academy to-day,
which he statod that researches whlc
has for tome time been prosecuting,
cluslvely prove that tho fatality att
Ing hydrophobia may be avoided by In
ulatlon. He says his discoveries arepo
Important that , Government mlssales:
should be annolnled to thoroughly hits-
tlgate the subject, j
Constantinople May 19. At lei;
Bazar, a city In Asia Minor, WOdwolllks,!
644 warehouses and shops.eleven mosqj
fifteen schools, nln khans and 14 ok r
buildings were burned. Kleven perfl
WANTED AT THE HANGING,
A rtofi8iil to Accept of Pardon
Not, to Po Allowed to Sitvo
a Murdoror'a Nock.
to Angry Tatlior Kills Ilis Son for Giving
His Earnings to Ilis Mother -round
Hanging iu a B.tru,
tloomy Outlook for a Chai teuton, W. V.,
Mail Robber and Pension Agent
A Lifetime in Prison.
A Dodge That Won't Work.
Iltiiitisui mi, Pa. Application for the
flease of John D. Shea, alias Sullh'an,
rill be made by the authorities of Mis
ourl to the pardon board to-morrowi
'lie prisoner was tried and convicted til
he murder of Olllcer Ityaii at St. LoiiIhi
tut before being sentenced he skipped
ni'.l was arrested for burglary at Pills
.Niruh and sentenced to five years In tlnl
l'ti'ilcntlary. About one year of that
sei'.enee has been served. The query
arl 's, can a man bo compelled to accept
a pe'don which he has not asked for? II
Is udetslood that tills is the stand taken
by Ih prisoner. In this event It Is ex
pt cltt the hoard will commutu the sen
Ic nee ending his term of confinement
with Saturday next, when tho prlsouei
w ill e taken to St. Louis and hanged.
Killed Ills Son.
Cmtnnvu, ()., May 19. At Snow Hill,
Indira, yesterday Geo. II. Steyer, hIio
and islanlly killed his son Solomon, ageti
tweiy-tine, without provocation, 'i'hq
cans of the murder Is attributed by IM
vlclm's uiolher to hard feellntrs betweell
fat It ami son since the young man un
detook to work for himself and com
iiiiieetl giving all his earnings to hltf
Found Hanging- in a Barn.
Jt)vi-,usTi)WN,()., May 1!). Miss Mario
Amstrong, daughter of Kev, K. J, Arm
prong, of New llagerslown, eoniinlttetl
Klclde this morning. Her body wa.-t
fund hanging In the buy mow. No cause
I assigned for the rash act.
A Lifetime in Prison.
CiiAiii.F.sioN, W. Va., May 19. Geo,
.1 Williams, who has been working a'l
t'Peusion Agent and at mutt robblnq
1 Nicholas County, this Slate, ami
ho obtained In this fraudulent mannei
flout ten thousand dollars, was to-day
fund gullly In the United States,
(nirt In session here. Williams i
vill educated ami thoroughly posted lu
pnsion und postal laws. There am
erht other Indictments against him,
Vbcn ull tho eases against him aru
tr-'d he will probably serve the balance
olils life in prison.
Several Deaths From a Boiler Explosion
Found in, tho Rlvar.
Little Hock, Ann., May 19. Johij
Wall, assistant foreman on tho Kectoi
plantation, twelvo miles abovo here oil
tho river, was assassinated Saturday by
negroes on the place. Ho had a dilllculiy
with them that afternoon but thought It
setlkd. The suspected parties have beeii
arrested and jailed hero and will be ex
amiiiL'tl. A terrific boiler explosion occurred In
Wi C. Siout's mill near Morrllton Satur
day. Captain A. B. Thompson's body
wis blown Kill feet. Frank Weaver was
aLo killed and his clgjit-ycar old sou was
wounded and has since died, Ben How
ail was fatally wounded and T. C. llopj
yns severely scalded. Tho engine was
flown 100 feet.
, A. C. (Sailor mysteriously disappeared
several days since with no clue to his
whereabouts until yesterday, when the
hotly was found in the river In tho lower
part of this city. The drowning is sup
posed to have been accidental. He was
well connected aud highly respected.
Joi'Li.v, Mo., May 19. Early yesterday
morning tho crushed and mangled re
mains of D. C. Buckbec, an engineer at
the Atlantic Company's mine, was found
by tho engineer going to relieve him.
The body was found near the bull-wheel,
and it is supposed that in oiling the ma
chinery ho was struck In tho head by an
arm of the wheel and fell, aud at each
revolution he was struck again. Deceased
was unmarried, aged fifty-four years, und
a brother of ex-Deputy Sheriff Thomas
MUHDEIl AT RICHMOND, MO.
A Husband Shot by His Wife's Paramour-Threatened
Richmond, Mo., May 19. Charles Cur
tis, a colored barber, shot Henry Hughes,
colored, last night. The ball entered the
right breast near tho nipple. Hughes
will die. Curtis was lodged in jail. Tho
cause of shooting was that Curtis was
too Intimate with Hughes' wife and he
wanted Hughes out of tho way. Tho
colored people aro much excited, and
there Is talk of lynching Curtis.
Killed in a Street Fight.
McKeksi'out, Pa., May 19. In a street
fight at Coal Bluff, Pa., Saturday night,
Win. Craig knocked Thomas Dawson
down, ami then kicked his brains out.
Crulg has been arrested. The fight was
the result of an old grudge.
Death of a Railroad President.
Burlington, Ia., May 10. Last night
Judgo Joseph Tracy, Iresldent of the
Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Notlhern
Railroad, died at his residence In this city
after an Illness of three days. Deceased
was bora in Belmont County, Ohio, In
A SAD DEATH.
Deputy XTnlted States Collector Wil
liams Drowned at Peoria.
Peoria, Iu.., May 19. George II. Wil
liams, deputy Untied States collector of
Internal revenue for this district, was ac
cidentally drowned here this morning.
About one o'clock, he, In company with
otltcrs, bad beon out riding In a small
pleasure steamer, and when It landed he
stepped on a barge lying alongside. It
Is supposed he lost bis balance and fell
Jrora this as a splash was heard. lie
was mtsoed and search was Immediately
ad bnt it proved nnaraiUirg. He was
thtrtlght ysarj old fld leaves a fldsw
and two children. Williams was ono of
tho best known and most respected citi
zens' of this city,
A Double Aamuslniitlon.
Hums I own, Kv., May 19. -A double
murder occurred In Nelson County. Tho
inurdiTfd men two Herbert Armstrong
and David llrown. They were found In
n field wtit'l'e they had been plotting,
one shot through the .heart, the oilier
through the head. The wounds showed
that tli( killing was done with a Spencer
rllle. In a clump of bushes were found
two empty shells. The supposition Is
the murderer concealeil himself In I ho
bushes iiml coolly shot the men down.
It Is not knowui wiio Hie murderer Is, but
a man named Wm. I'rc.e Is suspected.
Ho bad had business I rouble with tho
murdered men. Tracks leading from tho
bushels to Ids house were ulso discov
ered. The men were all Well-to-do farm
ers, Tin) excitement this morning Is
very high, ami It Is feared that Fn zu will
For thn Old Tiokot.
M vntiov, li t.,, May 19, The delegates
to the Deinocr.illo Counlv Convention at
Charleston to-day, selected Saturday, aro
unanimous for the old ticket and for Car
ter Harrison, of Chicago, (or Governor.
I'lltlWNI :i W HILE II v I 1 1 1 n i .
A sou of Iliram Campbell, a well
known farmer of oUw Township, was
drowned yesterday whllo bathing In tho
Bud Weather for Racing.
Lorisvii.i.K, Kv., May 19. The Louis
ville starters to-day n re i McGralhlumt
Slakes, live furlongs - llootblaek, Or
lamia, lioyal luilglit aud Colonel C. L.
Hunt's Powashlek. Minnehaha Slakes,
one mile- Lute Fogle, lioulevanl, Ll..lo
S., Charley Lucas, Ohio Hoy, Tamerlanu
ami ,Centrevlllo. Kentucky (inks, one
ami one half miles Modesty, Christiana
ami lllghlllglit, Steeple Chase, one and
three-quarter miles Judge llurnett,
Claude llraniion, Major Met'larly, Carter
Harrison, Kcbukr, Cap Curry, Gulden
Era, tiny Warrington. Tho track Is
heavy unit It Is raining hard,
'I'HIC I'ltKSllV I'KltlAN AS4KMIILV.
A Telegram from Southern Brothers Re
oulvud with Appluuio.
Saiiamhu, N, Y., May 19. In tho Pres
byterian Assembly a congratulatory tel
egram from thn Southern Assembly ut
Vlcksliurg, by Kuv, Dr. Strutleg, of Mis
sissippi, representing that assembly, was
received with applause, The memorial
relating to Army Chaplain Blake was re
ferred. The Committee tin Missions of
Freediueii submitted a voluminous re
port. Boston's City Debt.
Boston, Mass., May 19. The city debt
for the year ending April ,10 Is 1:1,277.
(170; an Increase of nearly if 2,t)i)0,i)H0 over
Drain and Provisions.
MONDAY, MAY 111, 1HK1.
Cotton Ptenily; middling;, lli&IIVo.
Kl.oim-rMriuly; XXX lo choice, a.utMI.K0:
Wiikat t'liehanged; No. i Hot), ft, HI
i. ii1; no. lieu, f i.uwi.ui.
OniN-Hlmuly; No. 11 inljteil, ,HJ'W0
No. it while mixed, 10 V'.
MTS-rtleiuty; No. ii, ;t.'ti:t."Vo.
Jtvit Hull; No. I!, ;.'o.
ToHAoeo Klrin; Iuk oniiinion to choice.
$5.7Va.liW; tear; common red leaf, H.(iJ
1(1. mi; medium U good l,.f,ihiiil7..VI.
IIav I'nilrlii tl.W iiv primes H.(I0
l'u r choice; mixed 1 1 Kill! for common to
prune: timothy (Mls Mr prime to choice;
lli'TTKit Steady: elmleo to fancy eronmery
i!l'i:!::u; dairy, choice, to funcy, UI4ISc; low
Kims Quiet, at. lOHo.
I'tiTATOKn-Nttw; Helling riilher slow at
f l.;UK:,'J per hurrel, lop rate for good sized;
offerings llheial, and lu excess of demand.
Nothing doing in old.
Point Dull; standard uicm, 1 11.75;
hard side, f iti.itTH-
I.AHl-Hlcady; prime ateain. 11a.
Macon Longs, H!,o; shorts, ViX&'.o
eli'iir ribs, H vw'e.
Wool, Ttil-wiVHlied eliolco, Wtflici; tno
illiiiu, :KiX'o; iinwHHlied medium, JSKiiilo; low
ami course irrmles, I.W,l(-o.
lliDKS-Uiilel; dry illnt, 17'4n; dain
nged, M'to; tmlln or ftas, lilo; dry
sulied, :ie; dry sailed, damititod, lie; Lip itmt
CHIT, Halted, so; dU'imveil, U'jo; hulls ami
Hlatrs, fiJ4o; green, unenred, V,u; (Jiiinitged,
Kiiki:p PW.tr Steady; green, 7nHflij; dry
do, 4tM7Uu n to amotiiil mid ipiallty of wool;
green HlienrllngS, Lie; dry do, IowI.'hj; land)
Wiikat Steady ; No. 18
June, fl.lU; July, I.IH'4.
Colts Seemly; No,
June, :."jW. ;i..e.
Oats Lower; No, 2,
mixed, May, ft.'o;
mixed, May, iMIei
I'uovisions Pork Quiet; spot mess, 117.0!)
Cf.lrt.W; Lard Hull; Hleaiu, June, fKltM
(Mil; July, ts.fiOUS.M.
Wiikat lower; May, tle; June, Wile;
July, HI 'Jo; AugiM. sie,e; Heptumhur, 8H',o.
('oits-i)wor; May, Kllie; Juno, Wio;
July, M '( Me; August, Aso.
oats Weaker; May, iile; Juno, fllc;
PouK-LoworraJiine, H7.a0: July, I7.87'4
l,A mi Lower; Muy, 7,1.0; .Imio, fS.O'i; July,
fs.:m; August, H.:t!'4 year, 7.K7'i.
HnoiiT Kins June, IH.UO; July, 18.10;
Live Stock Markets.
Hons Receipts. 18,000; prices MilOn lower:
light, R.OUViKtl; rough packing ami ship
ping, fo.MKitU.ufi. ;
Catti.b KuculpM, B.flflflt sfromrer: exports,
$Oi(lt.fi0; good to oholeo, f"i.UKit0,2O; Coin-:
inon lo fair, tr.ao'.su.
KlIKKl' Receipts, H.OKI; demoralized; corn.
Inon to fair, medium to good,
KrvWi.M); clioieu to extra, Vt.toitft.W. j
Catti.k Steady; fair to good shipping
Steers, "i.rji'i5.s(l; ( Hi In stoekors, 11.75. I
Siikkp Active, hut lower; fair to faneyj
tiXHlM gtKMl lo choice, l").aft(tM.70; spring
i Hons Active; gooil to choice Yorkers,
I S.MKitA.76; good mediums, f.".HriM.ifi,
Catti.r Receipts w; (k to lo hlghor; firm
er; native steers. I.Oiis to 1,4:0 Ilia, iiverago,
f.'!r'til.in; others unchanged.
Hons Kuceipts, I. IK): llrmor; Bo to Iflo
higher: lots of ii7toi'0 lbs. average, 5.l0iJ
0.4O: mainly, 5.irr$sg
HiiKte-lieoelpiH, 400; steudy and uu-
Stook and Money Markets.
Nsw Voiik, May in. Tho money market It
working railer. Loans hiive been obtHiiiablS
HtAO per cent, all the morning, hichuiiga;
qtiltit ut $I.h,.WI.m;; tioverninonts weak nnd
Irregular; currently fl's, 'M hide's, coupons
I2lldd;4's do., llsi'i bid. The stock n arket
continue weak. Since the Inst report pr o4
have declined 'to about the lowest point
reached today. Tho weakness Ii) tins clilelly
to minora concerning trouble with the Louis
ville It Nashville Company and nelllng salt! to
be forthoHO 'Otint of nn Inshler. The heart
re hammering the list on niimerous unl'avoii
Bbln reKirM concerning the standing or Innre
holder In soverul of the Inadlntr (peeulativeai
Shortly before one o'clock I.oul-ville & Nttsh.
Ville allowed a decline of .IS; Nashville A Chats
tanooga. U; Lake Shore, 1 : Mhwoui 1'aelOc,
H; W- Paul lb: Union ractflo, ll; ReadinaL
IH: and Laekawnnna,IH; Jersey rentrai, 8;J
Psctflo tfuMH, Mid Ua cm of vteiMH UXi
Pifictn or twenty men wsntod at oncfl
to wotk en thu Texas A St. Louis It. It. at
Hinl'i Point. Free transportation; wages
Tl.r() per tlsy. Apply at Itsilroad Hoase.
P, MockLKit 0
t uinit lnitor.
A tigular ennvncatiun of Cairo Chapter
No, 71 It. A.M. will be hehl this (Tuei-
lay) evening at 7:!U) o'clock. Visiting
companions aiu cordially invited to attend.
U. F. Hlakk, 8ec.
Net ice iti Sti ck Owners.
O win is ol liogs, horses, mulcp, etc., are
litni'liy notilled that thu ordinance prohibit
ing stock from limning at large will bo a
law en Monday, May lUih, and that it will
be timidly enforced on and alter that date,
lw Louts II. Mr tens.
Thu undersigned wishes to form cinseis
iu the holier blanches, languages and
music, also wishes tti secure tho custom in
lulling instruments in Cairo. O. E. Itein
niileller, bact uient Gei man Lutheran Church
llllh Hlieet. at
David NicIiolKon's Liquor Dread,
OH l'UIIH MALT IUTIUCT.
Ilaii'lay Itios. having perfected arrange
nil tits iili the above w ell known lionso for
tlm iliidriliiition of his celoliraled prepsri
i nut ol malt, wo t heerlully commend it to
olii' citi.ens us thn innst reliable remedy for
all niliiirnls cMmed front a weak constitu-
t lit it ti .
Nicholsoii's Liiiuid I treat! is really thu
lit vcnn; u lor niiiHing mothers.
11.1 Haiklay Hitos.
'I Iii'ko in u Solid Facts,
llio lest blond puiiller nnd flystem rt'gu-
liitor ever placed within the itach ol nuf-
k'ling Miinaiiiiy, truly lu Klec'ric Hitters.
Inactivity of thu Liver, HiliotisnesH, Jaun
dice, Constipation, Weak Kidneys, or any
diNDiisu df tho miliary organs, or who cvtr
nonius an appetizer, tome or mild stimu
lant, will always II mi Klnelric Hitters tho
best ami only certain cure known, lliey
m t Hiicly ami quickly, every bottla guar
anteed to i vi) ' entire salisfaclion or money
refunded. Hold ut fifty cents u bottle by
Ilurchiy Drop. (4)
The I lent Halve in the worbl for Cuts,
llruiseH, Horcs, Ulcers, Salt Hhoum, Fever
oren, Tetter, Cliaipetl Hands, Chilblains,
Coins, and all Skin KruntioiiB, ami positively
cures Piles. It in gtiarantood to(?ivo por-
fc( t satisfaction, ormotidy refunded. PrlfO
r rents per box. For sulo by Harclay
A liciiiarkiiblo Kucapo.
Mrs, Mary A, Dailey, of Tunkhannoclr,
Pa., was ulllictud for six years with Asthma
aud Bronchitis, during which time the
best physicians n uld uWo no relief. Her
life was det paired of, until In last Octo
ber phn procured a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery, when Immediate relief was
felt, nnd by (ontiiiuiiig its uno for a short
lime t-Iiu whs completely cured, gaining in
flesh 60 lbs. in a few months.
Free Trial Hot lies of ibis certain cure of
all Throat nnd Lung Diseases at Barclay
Urns' Drug Store. Large Bottles l.00.
A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall, Mich.,
offer to semi Dr. Dye's Celebroted Voltaic
Belt iiMl Electric Appliances on trial, for
thirty days, to men, old and yonng, afflict
ed with nervous debility, lobt vitality, and
many other diseases.
Bee advertisement in this paper. 1
Advico to Mothers.
Arc you disturbed at night and l"kcn
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
cry ino; with pain of cutting teeth) If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lievo the poor little suH'crcr Immed
iately.' Depend upon it, mothers, thero is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhtea, regulates the stomach and -bowels,
cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces Inflammation, aud gives tone and
energy to the whole eyttcin. Mrs. Wins
low's Buothing Bytup for Children Toothing
is pleasant to the taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of one of tho oldest and best female
nurses ami physicians in tho United States,
and is lor sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Cheap Homes In Arkansas and Texas.
Along the lino of tho Bt. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Hallway, Texas and
Pacilic Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, aro thousands ot
acres ot the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging In price from
$3.00 to 300 and fi.OO per aero, in a
healthy country, with climsto unsurpassed
for ssluhtity aud comfort, Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkaneas and Texas,
in 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that tho crop
far J883 is CO per cent larger than that of
1883. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, ami paying ono-fourth, ono
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate Is
allowed for money paid for ticket! or freight
over tho Companies lines.
If. C. Townbeno, QenT Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
Tho flop Plasters have a wonderful sale,
and why! Because they cure backache,
stiff joiuts, pain in the side and all soreness
in any part. People appreciate them. Any
druggist, 23 cts. " (11)
Better Than Diamonds,
and of groater value than fine gold ii a
great tonic and renovator like Kidney-Wort.
It expels all poisonous humors from the
blood, tones up the system and by acting
directly on the most important organs of
the body stimulates them to healthy action
and restores health. It bis effected many
marvelous cures and for all Kidney diseases
nnd other kindrod troubles it is an invalu-.
TIn the Diamond Dyes more coloring
it given than in any known Dyes, and they
give faster and more brilliant colors. lOo.
at all druggists. Wells, Richardson 3c Co
Burlington, Vt. Sample Cord, 89 colon,
and book of directions for 8c. stamp. ;