Newspaper Page Text
THE. DAILY CAIRO,. B
VOli. XVI." CAIRO, ILL., WEDXKSDAY MUKXIXO, 31 AY 21,
hen amanliasaufTered from Rheumatism
only a little while, and is relieved from Us pain,
lie Ls happy and delighted, but suppose he hn
Suffered for more than a
third of a century.
Alvln Orlra, of Vale, Iowa, .writes : e)
"ATHLoriionoskwhi.liwl uiuuiui h. The 9
pain In oiyllUiLHUaliiibii'-.biit auuioluue- S
iii la left yet, arid well Uiere might Ijo,
f'ir I lavo been troubled fur thirty-five
you-B with UliBumatimu." 9
Mrs. A. B. Baker, of Chicago,
Had rheumatic pains In her
back for fifteen years,
and Mr. Baker had been the victim of Kho'i
inatlsui until his head was drawn down ow.v
Ida leit shoulder. Mr. Daker writes:
9 "Half a bottle of ATiiLoPiioKostnadn 9
mo aa K'XJd u m-w. My wif ban taken t
4 the other lialf, and hu Lot complain d of
tier back unca. Klie aaj her back nrverwaa J
ho frv from pain an I tt i aa d ha been W
O aiuce abe ha Uieti thj Atuloi-houo." O
There are many people who think th: t
Waiiie they have suliered so long, and
have tried so many medicines in vain, they
: ii.t "budLr on their threescore year.''
But you hee what AtiilopHoKoS had done.
However Old jour Cine;
However Severe jour I'uina;
However Oreut your lUitiuoiutmmt,
DOT Try Athlophoros '33
If you ranuotiret AniLajfiliiHOHof your dnutriA,
will tend it ei-n ail, nu r"ii-t f rnniur
.e-tje d'llJar i rl.tU-. We r.-f.-rttiatyoa bey
. r-.aii y iur (lnmtr.A. but If la: hii't it. di riot n
r-u:.ded to try w.m..tl.iL, Ia:, but order at o:.cu
:' iij ua w directed.
.'.THLOPHOROS CO., 112 mil ST., HEW YORK.
The best evulei.ee m the world of the
I iir.ty a.vl eiocia-ii.sj of h.acaweil'i hull
I'urhaiii Sun k.i.K Tobacco la fmiidai Uis
fact that tlje faiue cf tji.n t 'intt rn i!.(:rrasi
from y.;ar to ytar. 'J roiild u-t be t!ic
I'ane if It were nwr!y " f'.tu-ii U' to K-i."
or had aj;y duh:oua or du;r' U. ILtrrfr.
tl.nl lu :L Ann xif luuin'baof uw. of
ai hati'.'LiI:t-. mrt-iy um oi.e -'uid
hud out if it w?re m. ure. injunoua or
unpaiauMe. F'.rl -ar. tht. lacixjhac
ln a:kriol.,.-.'.l to U' th- I.ji in
orl-l, and every yrar the b ;'A Ii irhsrn
brand kt more iiu:ar, the deiuv.df ir
It wi.l.-r. a?;d nn..k.-B
di-hcioiia riarnnJ flavor
Ak your dcairr fir It.
(iet the Koiiiuiie trade-u-iik
of the Liul.
Thri no tnta'b;ef deti whtrt
Ili.(.keli' bull fiurhani
bu. - k.Lai lubwxo .a uU.
0. AV. IIKXDEIISOX,
No. llitCoiiunercial Ave.,
Suit- A'cnt fin tin.1 'o!ebiiitt(!
Manufictunr ar.d Dialer In
Tin, Copper and Slieet Iron Vork.
HEHVtA- TKKS I OR
Ituihltr' Hardware and Viriit--rV To.l-.1if
and l'urki.-t ' in ry, ti."t tiw ii.i-i-i-t li 'je'
Urn.' t'lHtiil K'dv H. Fork aim ..m::-. r;i'r
lrnu W are. H r in Karti ' imari- ''u t M tintti .1
Kricl T-. V:-.-.-r f r. H.-f- :T .'fv 1 I0H1
WrlriL'eri-. Crown F iltiT . St 11 1.1 Id . i j nl 1
Im leini'h-H. i 1. den Vurn l S'nv-- ne-t ill 'h
world, I.iinp!" el rvT. i!e rl til" . rilaiu Oli
t'ar,n t Swe piri", F HliivT lln-tif. II uoin-. ' 111
fow Sr ecu V:re Ch:!i, Fiiafc -Oi'l-ly ot Fili ti
Tlie ah.nii t roi'K li )'t :i pr'ee '. .
Cunier IJih Hi.d Cnuai -ria Avenue, Cairo, I'.l.
Telephune No. J
A .Ml' SEMEN r.
QAIItO OPKKA HOUSE.
Three Sights ami CJ rami Family Ma
tiiipi'. 3IAY 22iul, 2:n ami 21tli.
The O eat ami Uricmal
and Gold and Silver U;t Show; Programme (X
tracinlinarv from lieiiitinliu t end, iuclu.es
that Wonder of Wonder,
Dreaming ami Waking,
the floal'niiln mid air wlthimt any visilileHiipport
an Lever be fire pre-ctded to the public.
A larjjo linmbor of
Useful and Valuable Presents
'given away at eaeli performance.
,Vir-Remo her llnru U but one orlcluul Seem an
and hi will pui'Hiv ly appear n ubove mention d
Preen u unl K eerved ihiiIk, without extra
charge, now on ntle. at euder's jewelry atore
The Daily Bulletin.
UUI1U1UI VJlitllu UUUllIirjs) lJ A
cuto tho Mon Who Brought
P.ii!n TTnnn TTitn
Anl Counsels Ooloucl Frtid to Keep
Away from Wall Street and
Not to Shoot.
Tl.j GianJ Jaiy Will Trobably Be Less
Mjiciful With ths Piccious Pair,
Ward and Fibh.
N'r.w VoitK, May I'D. General Grant
li t only to say the word and l'erdinand
Ward will l'o to the 1'i niieiitiaiy. Ward
uiidoiiliti'dly liiduoed the General and hia
sons t'i 'o into the linn on false reire-.-entuiiujis,
and suilieient evidence to con
vict hiin i-j 111 tli. ir hands. The boys will
not act, however, without their father's
consent, and he declines to prosecute
becau-o his old friend J-is.lt would
pruOabiy accompany him to Shit; Sin.
The latter is believed to be as bit!
a rascal as Ward, and without his assist
ance the brazen-htced manager of the de
funct liriu con;.! not have manipulated
the bonds, -t'-AS and M.curities so suc
cefmly. l.sen i! Grant will not take
liie Initiative in the ciiuilnal prosecution
of these men the Grand Jury will, it is
thought, take the matter in hand.
Grant's ina-Miauimity toward Fish is
much admired, but his friends say that it
is wasted, i'.-h and Ward are openly
accied of deliberately rubbing the
Grants. Fred Grant
I IUtK.fi KXKD I Slluor
Ward a day or two a 1:0. but the General
hejrini; of it reiUfsted him to keep away
from Wall street a!to2ethef and let the
matter take its course.
Governor Stanford's off'T of a home to
Grant in San Francisco, as Ions' as he
lied, meant more than mere shelter. The
Governor told the Goner il he could have
his residence on ''Nob" Hill, one of the
lln.-.-t private dwellings in the world, and
an income sulticient to maintain it. The
General thanked him warmly, but de
clined it. .lohii W. M ickey, the "bonanza-'
kilisf, has also offered assistance to
General Grant, and the latter thankfully
A Bloody Pnro Fight.
CixciNNAn, ()., May -". Herman F.
Ken in, drui;.:ist, assigned this morning.
A-sots, t ,0'. ' ; liabi.Hies, 'S7,om0.
F.den 1'ark was the scene yesterday of a
hotly contested pri.e llti'ut between twe
local celebrities, John llaiuptou and Mike
Cunnerty. The li'ht grew out of an ar
gument on pugilistic abilities. The ar
rangements were made quietly, only a few
friends of the participants beim: present.
Jack Keaan was chosen ref'Tee. The
rubs were the Marquis of iueensbury,
to a lliiish. Hampton forced the ti tr 1 1 1 i ii ir.
and the I'.rst tw round-told on him. In the
thi.d and fourth rounds Connerty did tine
work, anl punished Hampton terribly.
In the lillh and last Coniierty smashed
Hampton riu'ht and left, brliisfinif blood
fr. ely. lu two minutes Hampton was a
whipped 111:. 11 .
More Fear of an Indian Outbreak.
Wiwiri o, Max., May L'O. Latest from
Indian Head, uapru -lie and other points
in the Indian reservation indicate the dan
1:1 r of an outbreak hourly increasing,
l'rapot, w ith a thou-aud iiraves, has left
the reservation, Inirned all their effects
and taken the war path. 1'rapot's force
is lieiuu hi'U.'iy aiiiimeiited. Word has
been sent ail police stations throughout
the territories to prepare for trouble. The
inhabitants are urcatly alarmed. Twelve
hundred hostiles are encamped withiu a
mile of Ciuappeile.
C'amI'KN, N. Jo May I'M. Jack Cuslck
and Bill Harris ensjancd in a prize light
for a side last night. Both wer
anxious to tlht, which w as the outgrowth
of a previous quarrel. They began t
pound each other vigorously as soon as
the word was yiven. Harris had longer
arms, and at the end of ten minutes had
battered Cusick's face badly. His own
was also considerably marred. At the
end of twenty minutes (,'tisick was al
most at a standstill, aud his face unrecog
nizable. He was plucky and declined to
give up, and was staggering up for more
punishment, w hen tho police made their
appearance and the crowd scattered.
Cusick and - Harris were arrested aud
committed to jail.
Nkw Yoiik, May '.'), 1'.' m. Kussell
Sage, the great privilege operator of
Wall street, whose oltice has been be
sieged for the past week by cred
itors, but who claimed that he could
meet all debts if allowed to settle
in a business-like way, refused
to meet his obligations to-day, and the
announcement was made on the Stool
Exchange that he had failed.
Stocks Immediately sold down three
aud four cents. The failure is the most
sensational yet reported, as Sage was
considered as strong as Gould.
Railroads and Convicts.
Jeffkusdx City, Mo., May 20. The
extensions of the valuations on the vari
ous railroads will be announced this
week, and the total increase will he some
',500,000. In making these valuations
the board was guided by the increase in
valuation of personal and real estate dur
ing the last two years, about llfleeu per
cent., and it was intended that the rail
roads, which are assessed every year,
should keep up with the other property.
Over 1,500 convicts are now couQuedin
the Penitentiary. This Is an increase
over any former time, and instead of di
minishing, as heretofore when warm
weather commenced, the number Is con
Kills Himself at His Store-
Sr. Louis, Mo., May 20. Michael
Schoettel, proprietor of the clothing
store at No. 10oSouthkFourth street, shot
and killed himself about ten o'clock this
morning, lie had been drinking hard for
some time past and had frequently
threatened to tnke the llfo ot bla wife, of
whom ho was jealous. This nioriilug bis
w ife refused to procure him llipior, where
upon Scliot'ltcl laid dow ii on a lounge lu the
rear of his store, and producing a 41
caliber revolver llred, the ball takiug ef
fect In tin- left temple and killing him in
stautiy. He was about fifty years of age
aud leaves a wife and two children.
At the Coroner's in piest the testimony
weut to show that the deceased had been
sick and unilttcd for b1 ness for several
years past on account of drink, and that
he had no cause to be jealous of his wife,
who Is spoken of as an honest, hard
KIDDI.Kll It V A MOB.
Narrow Escape of a Black Rascal in
Di:nxis".v,Tkx., May 20. Great excite
ment prevails, in this city, aud Judgo
Lynch Is hourly expected to open court
for the summary conviction aud exe
cution of a colored man, whose name
lias not been learned, who assaulted
several misses and voung ladies last
evening. Miss Alice "llanna, aged about
bftetn, was walking with Miss Sallie
Little m ar the Catholic Church, when
the black hVinl struck Miss llanna on
th .- forehead, cutting a severe gash and
injuring one eye-ball. About the same
time he assaulted a daughter of Judge S.
A. Gibbert, striking her In the side
with a knife, which but for her steel
corset-stays would have proved fatal.
Miss Annie McGowan was also assaulted.
An alarm was given, when our citizens
hurried out in force to hunt the rascal.
A policeman caught him, but he fought
so hard that he escaped, but not until he
was severely beaten about the head.
Later in the evening he was caught lu
what is known as Taylor town, a negro
m ighborhood, and carried to jail, with a
large crowd of people at his heels cryiug
for his blood.
It was doubtful If the feeling could be
quieted without Ilrst seeing his life pay
the forfeit. If the people had more faith
in courts aud juries they would not be so
clamorous for violence. The citv officials
done their best to quiet the multitude by
promising to prosecute to the fullest ex
tent. At 11:15 p. m. the crowd had grown so
great around our frail jail that the
oiliccrs asked for lllteen minutes to get
the other prisoners out, as threats were
made to buru the building.
When the fifteen miui.tes were up,
more time was asked, but suddenly a
man appeared at the door of the negro
lh nd's cell with an axe in hand. A few
licks crushed the door. The negro was
pushed out, and before he reached the
ground his body was shot to pieces.
It was thought that he was dead but
some of the mob soon discovered that he
was fataiiy hurt, and that most of the
bullets shot at him had been poorly
aimed. A rope was secured over the poor
wretch's neck, but just as they were
about to string him up some one
cut the rope, thus interrupting proceed
ings. The oillcers managed to hustle the
fellow back into the jail, but they only
prolonged his misery, for he will certain
ly be either shot to pieces or hanged. At
11:30 a parley was held between the
leaders of the mob and the jail guards
aud ottLials. Nobody has been hurt but
the negro. Theoillcers did not carry their
resistance to the angry populace to the
point of using their revolvers, aud the
mob seemed to realize that the otlicers
were (Mily doing their duty in protecting
the prisoner so far as w ithin their power.
About midnight the oillcers exerted the
power of moral suasion on the people
with such effect that the chances were
then iu his favor. The most potent argu
ment Used was the assertion that the
wounds he had already received would
prove fatal before morning. Whether
this proved so or not is not known, but
th .' mob seem to be satislled with the
DiH Ai.o, N. V., May 20. An Albany
dispatch says: The Governor commuted
the sentence of Thos. Waldrou, known as
'Brother Frank." He is to be liberated
June 7. He was sentenced in March,
Is sit, to five years for assaulting a little
girl named liattie Carr. There has been
a w ide difference of opinion as to his
guilt, the facts in the case being pe
culiar, He was President of St. Joseph's
College, Buffalo. The Governor gives as
his reason for the commutation that he is
impressed with a doubt as to the convict's
guilt, and decided to Interpose iu his be
half. Western Union Earnings.
New Youk, Ma 20. The otlicial state
ment of the Western Union Telegraph
Company for the year ended December
81, lSsii, shows gross revenues, !ly,575,
470; expenses, including all expenses of
operating, maintenance, reconstruction,
taxes, rent of leased lines, etc., 812,M2S,
im;;'.; net protlts, SC,64H,513, from which
was paid four quarterly dividends of 1 34
each, 85,5'J',i,125. Interest on the bonded
debt, $420,247; sinking fund appropria
tion, t40,u:4 ; surplus for the year,
577,040. The earnings for the first four
months of the present year were greater
than for the correspondiug months last
Handed Himself With a Handkerchief.
AxDiinsox, Ixd., May 20. Joseph
Frazen, who so brutally murdered Wes
ley Hopp last week, hanged himself with
a pocket handkerchief iu the jail last
A letter from Missoula, M. T., gives a
gloomy picture of the situation at the
Cojur d'Alene mines.
A. Morton, a dealer in china and W. 11.
Scott it Co., brokers, were among yester
day's New York failures.
Win. Craid kicked Thomas Dawson's
brains out at Coal Bluffs, Pa., in a street
light caused by an old feud.
Mike Clcary knocked Sheriff out of
time in one minute and live seconds lu a
glove contest In Philadelphia.
The President of the Erie County Sav
ings. Bank, Erie, Pa., dabbled In oil
stocks aud the bank has burst.
The Planters' aud Mechanics Dank of,
Petersburg, Va., has temporarily sus
pended, but promises to resume.
J. 11. Moores, of Texarkana, killed a
negro with whom he had a dillleulty, and
who first attempted to shoot him.
There will be nearly 1,700 bicyclists in
the parade of tho League of American,
Wheelmen lu Washington to-day.
Fire In the Cincinnati Plpo and Sheet
Company's works did .io,000 damage.1
Two persons were severely burned.
Dr. Pitts, of Tangier Island, Va., called
Dr. Walter, a rival physician, Into his
office and killed htm on Saturday last.
A boiler explosion In Stoat's mill, near!
LeTvtstmrg, Ark., killed two mcu luttant
lyand so Injured others that a third,
death Is reporter!. '
Interviewed by a Merciless Re
porter aa Soon as He Enters
Ho Does Not S.iem Much Surprised or Dis
turbed by tho Hews of the Panio Oc
curring During His Passage.
He Will Proceed to London, Post Him
self, and Then Lay His Plana
Livkiipooi., May 20. Upon the arrival
of the steamship IJaltic iu the Mersey to
day a reporter of the United Press board
ed her and sought out Wm. 11. Vauder
bilt, iu order to obtain his opinion of the
panic in New York, and of the report tel
egraphed from New York that on his ar
rival here he would lend his assistance
toward making up the prices of the Van
derbilt roads to ligures at which they.wcre
quoted at the time of his leaving New
York. Asked if tho report was
true, mid what action he would
take, he said it was probable
that on his arrival in London ho might
sell New York 'entral and purchase stock
of other lines; but as yet he was very un
certain as to what he was going to do,
aud could tell better after being in Lon
don a sulllcient length of time to be much
better informed as to the extent of the
panic and read the reports of the condi
tion of the lluancial affairs in New York.
Iu conclusion, Mr. Vauderbilt said. "I
leave for London this afternoon, where I
will mature my plans aud decide liually
what I shall do."
Loxoox, May 20. Tho market for
American railway securities was weak
with the exception of St. Paul and New
York Central. At 2 p. m. these showed
an advance of 3-is over the closing price
of last evening. Lake Mioro declined
1 5-s; Erie, --J; Erie seconds, 1 7-S;
Kead.'.ig, 1-4. Canada Pacillo declined
3-t; Kniisylvauia Central, unchauged;
Louiavule Nashville quoted at 82 1-2.
MAMtii), May l'ij. The King personally
opened the Cortes to-day. -In his speech
from the throne he said the Government
was informed conclusively that Spanish
anarchists were closely allied with the
socialists of Germany, the nihilists of
ltussia, amr hists of Fran -v, and even
the Fenians of Ireland and America, as is
evident from correspondence which had
been seized. He said all these societies
were connected lu such a way
as to practically be under
one head. Th-; Government, had
determined to rid Spain of such disturb
ers, aud had adopted measures which
wouid undoubtedly squelch any revolu
tionary movement on the part of these
out.aws. He said Spain was on terms of
friendship with all nations, and recom
mended the passage of measures to
strengthen the navy aud increase the pay
of soldiers; strengthen forts and strate
gic positions on the frontier, and make
reforms in the mode of taxation so that
the burdens might be more equal.
Pakis, May 20. A sensation was caused
In the Chamber of Deputies to-day by
Premier Ferry announcing that the clause
referring to the future deiiuitive treaty in
the original draft of tho treaty between
France and China had been canceled, as
the Government was convinced that the
clause was obnoxious to China, and
France did not wish to wound Chinese
susceptibilities by retaining a clause
which was offensive to tlie Chinese peo
ple, and which iu no way increased the
advantages 0f France in Annam and Tou
quin. At the conclusion of the address
murmurs were heard In all parts of tho
BAsK BALI. KllEVlTIES.
Score of Games Played on Monday,
Sr. Lufis, Mo. Hock Islands, 12; St.
Louis Keserves, 4. ,
Boston, Mass. Bostons, 4 ; Chicagos,
Pitovii.Kxci:, K. I. Providences, 4;
1'IIII.AI.EI.IMIIA, I'a. Athletics, 4,
New Your. Metropolitans, 10; Haiti
mores, 1 NewYorks, 17; Buffaios, 8.
Brooklyn, N. Y. Brooklyns, 11;
Amiikisst, Mass. Harvards, 13; Am
Tkkston, N. J. Trentons, 3; Domes
K vansvillk, l.i. Quincys, 3; Evans
Doiinoll & Lawson to Resume.
New Yoiik, May 20. Tho linn to-day
make this proposition to their creditors:
They propose to convert their indebted
ness into notes bearing six per cent, in
terest with an understanding that they
are to be paid off before maturity if pos
sible. The banks here have offered as
sistance and the plan will contemplate an
early resumption of business. Tho al
ternative prospect Is that the attach
ments Hied lu Missouri will produce liti
gation which may lead to the sacrillce of
valuable securities. It is expected that
allirmative answers will be received and
that the lirm of Donucll, Lawson & Co.
will resume business in a few days.
The 100th Anniversary.
CitAiti.or tk, N. C, May 20. To-day Is
the lOHth anniversary of the Mecklenburg
Declaration of Independence, and Is be
ing celebrated In style. Tho day Is bright
and pleasant aud thousands are herefrom
different sections of tho State In addition
to a number of distinguished Senators
and Representatives lu Congress assem
bled to witness the display. A graud pa
rade began at 10:30 a. in. The procession
moved to Kim wood Cemetery where the
unveiling of the Firemen's Monument,
with beautiful ceremonies, took place.
:Tha Wheelman's Meet.
Washington, D. C, May 20. The
bicyclist atteud'tig tho meeting Lore par
aded this morlg. llvi hundred wheels
were In line. TbJ streets Were thronged
with people ft vyltg i inimSMf : -
A Presbytorlun Beneficiary.
New Youk, May 20. Tho will of Joseph
Dudley bequeaths 822,000 to various
Burned at Chattanooga.
Cii.frrANoiMiA, Texn., May 20. Wood
ward's planing mill and an adjoining
building burned to-day. Loss, 5o,ihw.
Burglars at Alton.
Alton-, III., May 20.-Burglars entered
tlie residence of Mrs, Amassa Barry last
night and carried away two valuable gold
watches aud forty-live dollars.
A Measles Scare.
Sheliiyville, III., May 20. There Is'
much alarm here over tho appearance of
virulent measles. At least ninety cases
are now under treatment and several
deaths have occurred.
Moaes is Dead.
11 i:i:ism Kii, Pa., May 20. Associate
Judge Henry G . Moses of Cumberland
Comity died early this inornlugat his res
idence, a few miles from tills city. Few
men were better kuown throughout tho
Trouble Caused by Peanuts.
Pei Eitsiintd, Va., May 20. The Plant
ers and Mechanics' Bank failure Is partly
duo to having made heavy discounts for
peanut dealers. The peanut market is
blocked, there being gluo.ooo worth iu
this city alone. Tho bank will soon re
sume. Those Odd Fellows.
Il.wtiiisnu!,, Pa., May 20. The au
nual session of the Grand Lodge of Odd
Fellows opened this morning at tho
Opera-house. There is a full attendance
of representatives. The Grand Secre
tary was instructed to send congratula
tory messages to the Grand Lodges of
Connecticut, Missouri, Ohio and Oregon,
which are aNo in annual session.
A Wild Engine Collides With an Ex
Alban y, N. Y., May 20. Some miscre
ant started a locomotive stauding on a
side track near Mechanicsville on tho
Kensseleari Saratoga Railroad, this morn
ing about two o'clock. The engine ran
on to tin main track, colliding with tho
Montreal Express for this city, near Round
Lake. The engineer, Ilreinau and bag-
gagemaster were injured, aud both loco
motives were wrecked.
$10,000 for a Husband.
Camhuidoe, Mi., May 20. In a suit
over a will just decided in favor of tho
will's validity, it was shown that Mrs.
Abbio Cowle, tho widow, surrendered a
life estate of 810,000 because it was con
ditional on her remaining single, She
said she preferred poverty to single bless
edness. She is engaged ugaiu, her third
matrimonial venture. Mrs Cowle is
from Ohio, of course.
Grain and Provisions.
Tl'EsDAY, MAY2U, Ml.
Cotton Steady; middlinr, Hyaline.
r'l.ol'lt Steady; AAA to choice, fll.j.V-1.70;
Wheat Weaker: So. 2 IteU, f I.Oik'Jl.OIK;
No. a lied. '.k'mI. mi', .
t'on.v-Firmer: No. 2 mixed, 50',U.VJ'',e;
No. 2 white mixed, HI'jD.'c.
oats Lower; No. 2. tflVxaS'.c.
liVK Dull; Xo. -', iL'o.
Tomn'o-Kiini; loirs eoiiiiimn to ohnire,
f.V'.Vi&lu.iJi; leaf; common red leaf, JS.ij
lO.'Hi; medium to Jiiod f l-'..'HK;il7.jO.
Hay Prairie tlJ.un for prime; tll.ifl
for clio'.ee: mixed fll (,lt for common to
prune: timothy tU'iH tor prime to choice;
Ki-rrr.it Steady : choice to fancy creamery
Sluice; dairy, choice to lainy, liS&ilsc: loV
Kiios steady, at 10'io.
PoTAToKs-Xew: selliiiir rather flow at
$'.'.:.Va.f.i' per liarrel, top rate f T (rood size..;
otlei inifs lilieuil, and iu e.ces of demand.
N' thin duinir In old
I'okk IuU; standard mess, tlO.75;
hard side, $lti li;'i.
I.Alto Steady; prime steam. T'T'se.
liAco.N i.oiiif-. S!e; snorU, BV3!'e;
cl'vii rios. s yijs i4c,
Wool Tuli-wasiied choice. SKf.'He; nio
Uiuin, UU'L'c; nnwii-hed medium, liiefc-'lo; loiv
and coarse imvlcs. l.Vi lo.
HniES uuiet; dry Hint. 17', e: datn
ntfe.l, 14, c; hulls or s'a.'S, lUe; dry
6Hlted, Lie: dry salted, damaired, I le; kip and
a If, s ilted, s'jo; da mtu'eil, ii',c: hulls and
sows, 5'4c; green, uneuied, T'ie; damaged,
Shekp Pki.ts Steady; preen, 7'HSile; dry
do. 4tJ T0e., us to amount and . n i u ' it y o f wool;
irreeri shearlings, lie; dry do, lutjlie; lam!)
Wiie it Steady; No. 3 Kcd, Muv, fl.ljo4
June, tl.UI ',; July. fl.nt'4.
Coits steady; No. 2 mixed, May, ft.'c;
Oats Lower: No. 2, mixed, May, :ic;
PitovisioNS Pork Quiet; spot men, $1701
fd.ls.io; Lurd-Dull; steam. June, fs.ai;
WHK it Hither; May, 7e; Juno, sS';r;
July, !0v: Auo-iM. ime.
I iutx Firmer; May, Me; June, Wac;
July, ate; Auu'iist", ,',e.
I iats Stronirer; .Ma v. .He; June, a.'o;
Ju!y.:t'V'i:t;; Auiriist, :r,'
Poiik Histlier; June, tls.ut); July, flS.uO;
Amnist, IT .mi.
I.akii Higher; June, fs.lT'i; July, $.;",;
Shout Ktits June, $07i,; July, fs.171,;
Live Stock Markets.
Hons Ueeelpts, li.iNI; prices ".?iie lower;
lll-'lit, fi.uiTi.1,5; rouirli piiekimr and ship
ping, Ji.LV5.ii; lieavj paekiiiK and shipping,
Cattle HceeipM, S,:nl: Lrisk nn 1 tinner:
exports, $i!.2iVMi e-i; good to choice-, i.l J
B.:m: eoiniiion to fair, .'i.t'Hi.Ki.
Shkki' livecipts, 1,0 m; steady: cool to
tdioice, ll.'Oii'i.W; common to fair, f2.7ij
Cattt.k Steady; extra steer, ftl. tii.in fll;
(food to choice steers, fi.l.V'M .2a; lair to
medium, f V.'i"'.Yi'i; iion. t l.'d ii.2i; stock
ers steady: Wo-tern. !.-'.ii?"."i.
Shkkp Hull, weak arid lower; 00111111,111 to
(rood. $2. 7ft"ii.ll; choice to cxlril, Ji.2iif .!ld;
Weswrn lamlis, I..ML!,! '-'i.
nos Active; (rood to choice Yorkers,
fi.isi'ii.sij; (rood mediums, i.s.' J,i'Jn;
Cattle Heeeipfs, I..V.H: firm ami active;
Bo to liio hlitlier; native steer. l.iiN 10 1.418
IIim iivernifi'. ' .Vocrt.li; others uncliiiniri'd.
Hons HeeeipK -Y.0O; slo.v and idea ly; lots
of tfmto 272 lbs. averiiire, i. Ut.V2Jj; mainly,
$. I Tie .'i.i.
Shrkp Itcoeipts. 1,:0; steady; natives
clipped m lbs. average, 4.2..
Money and Stocks.
Nkw Tohk. Nay 20. Money 1 ruler this
morning nt :ifcl percent; exchantrcurtscttlp I.
with no tlxed quotation; Hlxtv-U.iv bills,
ILH2v.ft4.s4: demand, $t.ft'.l.si): tioverrt,
tneiits ftrm; currency, '. 120 bid; 4's'
I'onpons, lap bid; 4Vilo 112 bid. Since
Inst report tho time of the market allows no
lll.l ll.VIIIQI.v Ill I.".'!- Vl.llMllllO ,
In Rome owes a further dolie r nortccr.
Pbortly before one o'etoc Win. wliolq lit
with but hi eieeptlona, rihowl'd drop of
n Pmmt PBr gn1' 1 11 j" " n
Addre.s II. C. E.
by a seamstress.
Fifteen or iweoty men wtinted at onca
to work on the Texas & St. Louis U. K. at
Bird's Point, Free transportation; wages
$1.50 per day. Apply at Railroad House.
Sot ice to Suck uwnera.
Owneis 0! hi'Ks, horses, mulec, etc., ate
hereby notified that the ordinance prohibit
ing stock Iroin running at large will bo a
law on Monday, 3Iay 19th, aud that it will
be rigidly eulorced ou and after that date,
lw Locis II. Myers.
The undersigned wishes to form classes
in the higher branches, languages and
music, also wishes to secure tho custom in
tuning instruments in Cairo. O. E. Kein
muelicr, basement German Lutheran Church
13:h Street. lit
These are Solid Facts.
The best blood puiitlcr aud system regu
lator ever placed within the reach ot suf
leiing humauiiy, truly is Elec.ric Bitters.
Inactivity of the Liver, Biliousness, Jaun
dice, Coustipalinn, Weak Kidneys, or any
disease of the urinary orgaus, or whoever
itquirts an appetizer, touic or mild stimu
lant, will always find Electric Bitters tho
best and only certain cure known. They
nctmrely ami quickly, everv bottlo guar
anteed to give entire satislaclion or money
refunded. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by
Barclay Bros. (4)
ifuckif u s Anuca salve
Tlie Best halve In the world for Cuts,
.iuit.es, Sores, Ulceis, Salt Rheum, Fever
'i. u-s, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
l 01 lis, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
ciues Piles. It iu guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
Hi cents per box. For sale by Barclay
A 1 1'liiai kablo Escape.
Mrs. Mary A. Dailey, of Tunkhannnck,
Pa., wis i.tl,cteil for six years with Asthma
and Bronchitis, during which time the
Otst physicians ci uld five no relief. Her
life wis despaired of, until iu last Octo
ber she pn cured a bottlo of Dr. King's
New Discovery, when immediate relief was
felt, and by continuing its use for a short
lime she was completely cured, gaining in
flesh 60 lbs. in a tew months.
Free Trial Bottles of this certain cure of
nil Throat and Lung Diseases at Barclay
Bros' Drug Store. Large Bottles $1.00.
Advice to MotheiH.
Are you disturbed at night and li' .kcn
ol your rest by a sick child suffering and
crj ingwith pain of tutting teethl If so,
send at once and get a bottlo of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve tho poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhnni, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to tho whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the uiste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
nurses and physicians in the United States,
md is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price S3 cents a bottle.
"hough on Coughs,"
Ask for "U .ugii on Coughs," for coughs,
eo ds, sore throat, hoarseness, troches, 15c.
Liqu d, 50c,
Dccl ne ot Man.
Xetvous, weakness, dyspj pia, impotence,
sexual debility, cured by "Wells' Health
Mother Sw an's Woim Syrup.
Infallible, tasteless, cathartic; for fever
ishness, restlessness, worms, constipation.
Mdaria is caused by Torpid Liver;
Piles by Constipation; Headache by Indi
gestion. Avoid them all by using the great
vegetable remedy, Aden's Bilious Physic
25 cents. At ail druggists. 7
Tain from iudigestion, dyspepsia, and
too hearty eating is relieved at once by
taking one of Carter's Little Liver Pills
immediately after dinner. D-jn't forget
rrtAiniEViLi.E, Tex., June 20th, 1883. I
have been selling diugs and medicines in
Texas for seven years, during which time I
have sold Merrell's Family Medicines to
hundreds of families, to all of whom they
gave entire satisfaction, more especially did
Merrell's Female Tonic Ague Cure, Cough
Balsam nd Liver Pills meet all that was
claimed for tlnm. H. B. Wiixiaes.
Polishing- the Wrong End.
Many men daily polish their boots who
never give a thought to the condition of
i heir hair, txcept to harrow it casually with
brush and comb, or submit it to the para
lyzing attentions of tho average barber.
Whht happens? Why, this: From neglect,
mental anxiety, or any of a score of causes,
the hair turns permaturely gray and begins
to fall out. Parker's Hair Balsam will at
once stop the latter process and restore the
original color. Au elegant dressing, free
Cheap lumps in Arkansas aud Texas.
A lonrr the lire nf the St. LoUIS. Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pueiri,. 1ti!wHv Ami International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
acres ot the choicest farming and grszing
lai.tls in the world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $300 aud f4.uu per acre, iu a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and ci mfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
In 1883, and make up your mind to go ana
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
f;.r 2883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Comply, ami payioic D".
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate il
.Unwed formoney paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. TOWKelUiD, Uen I I s. Au
St. Louis, Mo.