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CAIRO, ILL, THURSDAY 3I0ILMX0, MAY 22,
When a man lias Buffered from Rheumatism
only a llt tlo while, ami Is relieved from his pain,
In- is happy and delighted. Jlut suppose he has
Suffered for more than c.
third of a century.
Alvln Grim, of Vale, lowa, writes:
"ATHLornoBoahali-licil me much. The
pain In my limb in ill ttnw, hut un larno-
lit la lett yt, and well thi-re uiwM tx,
f ir I have buun troubled fur thirty-live
years with Khemuatiew."
Mrs. A. II. Baker, cf Chicago,
Had rheumatic pains In her
back for fifteen years,
and Mr. Baker had been the vl tlm of Jiheu
tnuilsm until his head was drawn down over
hli left shoulder. Mr. Baker writes:
"Half abottleot ATHLOi'iiouonrnade 6
ma u (rood an new. My wifo Ian token
t!io oilier half, and ban not com lamed of
her bark una hhu a her bai n never wan
ho free from rain and ache an it han been
9 Binco the han taken thtt Atuloi uouoh." )
There aro many people who think that
because they have sullercd so lori(, and
have tried so many medicines in vain, they
mii.-t "sufier on their threescore years."
B;.t you see what AthlopuoHos has done.
However Old your C'nnct
However Hcvere your i'nJu;
llonrver trrnc your DUuppolnlinrnta,
If you cannot ind ATHLorilonoHof yourdnwt,
will aeliil it expn-mi paid, on receipt of nvular
: -. v -one dollar -rttU. We i n f' r that you buy
' from your drnyiriHt. but If he haxn't It, do not 1
r ujd' d to try wmifcUiinu i-lne, but order at onco
:u ux an directed.
iTHLOPHOROS CO.. 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
a w A ?y
t ? t y t y ?
The btt evidence in the world of the
I urityand tia-i-H-i c f ICat-kwelTe Huh
liurhaiu Hiijokii.ic lobacco in found in the
faet that the fame of tlu lubeccn liic-rcauM
from year to year. Tn: could uot be the
c if it were merely " (rotten up to mil,"
or had any dubious or d:ii,.ri rous iriKTe
dientn la it. Auiontr udihi'.ua i,f urn 0f
all Datioiialiuex, ure!y norne one would
find out if It nere iiui-ire. ii.Jurloun or
KSpalataMe. Fori' y.ar th:. t"bacci; han
been ackurmlMK'xl to I the -i: in rn
ifjf-f J. and every year the li .;l Lurn?jj
branii UTowa mnrii uiar. thedeti.a:.dfr
I It nler, anil tujukern
I more eritliU!i;at:c over it
tS I dehduua Datura Bator.
WTJ I Ak your dnr I t It.
f Sfl M "'" ceraiir.e-trade
ftjf u.ark of the hull
There it no miK-hief done whera
black luill Durham
Buiikii.5-1 jLa.X'v I unvd.
C. W. IIEXDERSOX,
No. Kit Commercial Ave.,
Sole Ajg-pnt foi the (Vlthrateil
Manufartaror and Dealer In
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iran Work.
Builder!"' Hardwsre and rarpenter' TonN, Tah'o
and Pocket ( lu.-rv," bet In the eMrkct. lioers
Hro.' I'lnled KnlV"i. Cork aim Siiiion. litatnta
Iron Ware. Il r.iu Knrtln uare. v'.'h te Moni lain
Fri'tXifr., Water Cooler. Kefi-iTiror, I lottieg
Wrinnere, I'rown F'iutiT'. Si p Laddi", (iHrdeu
IinidemenK". (iulden t:urOil Stove- net in the
world, I.nmpn of iverv Ueseri tior. F.laiii Oil,
Carpi t Swf per, F atlier l)uli ri. llroom. Win
dow Screen W:re t'loih, Full mpply ol Ki c h : n
The almve 't rock boltom price.
Corner lJih nnd Commercial Avenue, Cairo. 111.
Telephone No. 1-'
(AIR0 OPERA HOUSE.
Three Nights ami Grand Family lra
tinec. MAY 22iul, 23rd and 21th.
The Great and Original
and Gold and Sllvor (lift Show; l'rnijraniine ex
traordinary from heirlnnhu t end, Incluues
that Wonder of Wonders,
Dreaming and Waking;,
the floatlntjln mid air without nnjr visible support
us never before pre-culed to the public.
A largo humbpr of
Useful and Valuable Presents
'given away at each performance.
l1Remi)i.hpr Ihero Is but one orlatttnl Hecmin
and ho will positively appear an above mentioned.
Prices na tt-nal Ksvrvcd sent", without extra
chargo, now on title at nuder's jewelry Moro
Tlio Daily Bulletin.
A. Standing Pan-Handlo Train
Run Down In an Im
A Cincinnati Drummer Instantly Killed
and Five Other Men
The Flagman's Signal Unobserved by the
Engineer by Reason of the
RiiTsitt iKiii, IV, May 21. At five
o'clock this morning a freight traiD with
a passenger coach attached was staiuliiig
on the track at Wheellm; Junction, on
t!i; I'au-llandle Riilway when an ap
proaching train came crashing Into it,
instantly killing Daniel Sweeney, of Cin
cinnati, a commercial traveler, and badly
injuring six employes. A llaginan had
ben sent back to signal the approaching
train, but owing to the fog the signal was
rirTsiiii:i;ii, P.t., May 21. Mixed
train No. (;!, on the Pan-Handle Railroad,
collided with a freight train, No. 41, at
Wheeling Junction this morning at five
o'clock, forty miles from this city, killing
one man and injuring live others. The
mixed train, consisting of eight freight
cars and a passenger caboose, was back
ing in on a side track ami a ll igman had
been sent back to notify freight No. 41,
but owing to a fog, its engineer did not
see lxl lit in time to prevent the accident,
and the freight crushed into the caboose.
I). 1'aitiiolomew, a traveling salesman
for a Cincinnati linn, witli his residence
at F.a.st Dubuque, 111., was instantly
The live injured men were employes of
the road. Their names and injurk-. were
as follows :
James Cams, back broke and body
M. Cain, leg broken.
John Ctirrans, badly bruised.
James Duffy, leg broken ami otherwise
Daniel Sweeny, foot and shoulder
John Dah, badly bruised.
The injured will be brought to this1
Foot and Mouth Disease in Dakota.
Ciiicaiio, Ii.i.., May 21. A special from
Woon.soc.ket, 1). T., says Drs. Neville and
Hull, Judge Reed, Mr. ltugg and a press
correspondent have visited John Urow n's
herd of cattle, which is said to be
aillicted with the fatal foot-and-mouth
disease. No new cases have occurred
within a week, ami the cattle are un
doubtedly improving, out of a herd of
L'''.0, since November M have died.
Mr. Clarkson, just from F.ngland,
says it Is undoubtedly the foot
find mouth disease. The sy mptoms are :
Fever, short breath, tendency to lie down
for a day or two fin water if possible);
no inclination to eat or drink; mouth and
throat full of cankerous sores; nose and
eyes run; throw head on one side. If
the (lisease settles in the feet the cattle
ii-.t lame and either recover or die in a
day or two. Among those that die, the
stomach and bowels mortify. Several
cases are reported in other herds.
Ninety-seven of tlie cattle affected
Mr. lirown bought last fall near Mount
Veruon, Dakota. Some were lame at
the time. Seventy-eight of the ninety
seven have died. The disease generally
disappears when gras comes. It be
comes malignant on dry feed. Mr.
Brown and his family have suf-(
fercd with sores on their hands and
bodies from handling the stock. The
whole herd of L'i'.O were more or less af
fected. Many of the cattle lost their
hair. A number are still lame with swelled
ankles, but all are recovering, and
the herd is in average flesh. Cows were
affected with swelled udders and sores ou
the teats. Calves die from the disease at
once if sucking a diseased cow. It is the
general opinion that a committee of
Veterinary Surgeons should make an in
vestigation. The disease is likely to ap
pear iu the fall on dry feed, and will
spread if not stamped out at ouce.
Donnell, Lawson & Simpson General
Grant Insists on Miking Good
The Vanderbilt Note.
Nkw Yohk, May 21. The proposition
made by Donnell, Lawson & Simpson to
resume if their creditors will agree to
take notes at twelve and twenty-four
months, with six per cent, interest, in
temporary settlement of their claims,
promising to redeem the notes as rapidly
us business will warrant It, meets with
considerable favor, and it is thought it
will be accepted. The firm claims that it
can save to its creditors several hundred
thousand dollars by pursuing tills course.
They say they will undertake to resume
if three-fourths of their creditors agree
to this proposition.
Notwithstanding Vandcrbllt's offer to
destroy General Graut's note for 130,
000 and interest, and to call the account
square, the latter lusists upon paying it.
The note was given by tho Oneral to as
sist the linn of Grant & Ward. Yester
day he transferred all his right and title
In the properly No. "2000 Chestnut
street, Philadelphia, to Win. II. Vander
bilt as part payment on tho note.
The General Presbyterian Assembly.
Sauatoua, N. Y., May 21. In the
rrcsbytorian Assembly to-day a fra
ternal telegram was received from tho
General Conference of Methodists tit
Philadelphia. Tho commutes of
forty-two on rcducod representation
was granted additional tlnio to
report. Overtures relative to
tho Presbyteries of Washington City
and Duytou wore adopted. A resolution
was adopted calling for contributions by
volumo for tho Presbyterian Minister's
Homo. Clark Roberts donated one hun
dred volumes. Rev. Cornelius Jlrctt, a
delegate of the General Byuo 1 of tho Re
formed Church of America, was In
troduced to tho Assembly. Rev. Dt.
A. Cunningham, the chairman, unhmltttd
the report of the Standing Committee on
Foreign Missions. He spoke In an en
couraging man nor aud said the wrk
tailed for seven hundred and flf,T
thousand dollars the ensuing year. Ad
dresses favoring the work wefe fflnde by
Dr. Kllenwood and Dr. Henry; of Chrna,
pending the adoption of the report of the
Foreign .Mission Committee. Recess.
The Hurst's Hotel Suicide.
Sr. Lous, Mo., May 21. The body of
the unfortunate young woman, Mary
Stern, was taken from Hurst's Hotel yes
terday afternoon to the morgue, where It
was identified by her brother-in-law, W.
F.. Rcckley, a telegraph operator on
'Change. He assigned melancholia as
the only explanation of her act. The
Coroner, at the inquest deciphered the
unfinished note, which was discovered
lorn in fragments near the box of poison,
"M I received vour letter this tBoriiimr,
ai'd v. lien vou reeei .( this letter, if you do, I
u lil b ile i"l. I have prayed fo Often to die,
and you ib.u't kuuw bow unhappy 1 have been
all my life. I have alwavs wOrej a smlh',
The body still remains at the morgue
awaiting the arrival of her mother and
other relatives, who are expected hero
from Keokuk to-day. The inquest will
be concluded on their arrival.
LaSau.k, III., May 21. Tho Eliel
Brewing Company of tills city a day or
so ago confessed judgment for 820,000 iu
favor of certain members of the Eliel
family, and in consequence numberless
other claimants have come to the surface
with bills ranging from 820 to 82,
(n.'O. Many of the creditors are city
merchants" and laborers, who either al
lowed tho firm to retain their wages or
loaned thein their earnings, without fur
ther security than the linn's notes. At
present the exact figures can not be ob
tained regarding the liabilities, but the
Sheriff will take possession this after
noon, unless considerable money Is forth-:
coming. The liabilities can hardly be
less than 100,000.
Missouri Medics in Council.
Skuama, Mo., May 21. The closing
exercises of yesterday's programme of
the Medical Association brought out
papers from Dr. Ohman-Duinesnil on
"Universal Eczema;" Dr. Dewey, of
Keytesville, on "The Cause and Cure of
yu"aekery," and Dr. W. C. Glasgow, of
st. Louis, reported an Interesting case of
Dr. Teft reported that the state of med
ical education In this State had not
changed during the past year, the only
improvement noticed being the extinc
tion of the Jopllu Medical College. The
relations between spirit drinking, insan
ity and crime was the subject of two in
teresting reports which elicited a great
deal of discussion outside of the meeting.
The startling fact was elicited that near
ly seventy-rive per cent, of crime and
tweuty-tive per cent, of Insanity is due to
the effects of alcohol. This morning the
members are ventilating the whole sub
ject. To-night a concert will be tendered
the visiting members.
DOWN TO DEATH.
Two Children Irownedby the Fall of J
I'fitrsMoCTil, O., May 21. The sus
pension bridge over the Scioto River fell
at eleven this morning while a herd of
cattle was going over. The bridge was
considered unsafe. It was twenty years
old and co-t forty thousand dollars. Mrs.
Walter Fullwiler with three children
were on the bridge at the time, and t.vj
of them wire drowned, one aged two
years, the other four months. The lattei
was iu a baby-carriage. The oldest, a
boy of six, was saved. Wm. llarr, thd
driver went down, but was rescued.
An Impending Strike.
Mii.wavkhk, Wis., May 21. Ou Sat
urday uxt a committee from the iron
workers' organization at Cay View will
present th i old scale of prices to the
company. The latter will have till the
ltof June to decide whether the scale
shall be accepted. Unless sigued before
that date the men will "go out." Tho
hopeful feeling which prevailed some
time ago among the men has given place
to doubt and uncertainty. From
Pittsburgh come the report that some
of the manufacturers ure willing to pay
their employes last year's wages for an
other year, and this is the first really en
couraging news that tho men have re
ceived. It was feared that the Wall
street panic last week would have a bad
effect upon the iron trade, but as near as
can be ascertained it produced no effect
whatever, except, perhaps, a temporary
feeling of depression that lasted only a
couple of days. There are about tnree
thousaud men employed at Ray View,
and the feeling In the iron town is pretty
CLOSED ITS DOOU3.
The Fenn Bank, of Pittsburgh, Closes Its
Doors in the Faoe of a Heavy Run.
PiTTsiiLKDii, Pa., May 21. The I'enn
Bank, Wm. '. Riddle, President, has just
closed Its doors, owing to the steady run
during the pas.t two days, for the protec
tion of depositors and creditors. Riddle
refuses to make any statement or be In
terviewed until matters have boeu fur
ther Investigated. The Peuu Rank was
particularly au oil bank, carrying tho
bulk of the certificate loans of this city.
The oil exchanges are paralyzed and do
ing nothing whatever. A run has just
started ou the other oil banks iu the city.
Crop Prospects in Wisconsin.
Ev Claikk, Wis., May 21. After
a protracted drought, a warm, copious
shower last evening had the effect of re
viving suffering vegetation, and there
Is every reason to believe tho cereals,
which have been backward, will come
forward vigorously. The fall wheat, a
limited amount of which was sown in this
part of the State, presents a fine appear
ance and promises a good yh-ld.
Corn-plauting has uot fairly commenced,
ttud it is uot likely that the acreage will
he as largo us lust season, as the last crop
throughout this section proved a total
failure by premature frost. The ground
Is now In tine condition, and seeding will
Ml be finished by the end of the week,
Farmers are hoping for abundant crops
of all kinds, to partially make up for
losses sustained last year,
Drink and Dea;h.
ImokI'knoench, Mo., May 21. Pat
Mothcrwuy was killed last night by a
switch engine in tho Missouri Pacific
iards. Ho was drunk at the time. Do
teflsed Waves a widow and two children.
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NOT A HOSTILE SIGN.
Arrival of Earl Spencor, Lord
Lloutonant of Ireland,
He Hides Threa Miles to tho Castle Abso
lutely Unattended by Police
Though Frequently Recognized, No One
Olfetsto Molest Him or Make
AIUtlVAI. Of KM'. 1. SI'K.VCKR I.V MIII.IN',
Dt in i, May 21. Earl Spencer, Lord
Lieutenant for Ireland, arrived In the city
to-day from Loudon. He reached the city
some hours ahead of the time appointed
for his arrival, consequently there were
no dragoons or guards of any descrlp.
tion; not ecu a single detective ollicei
nu t him. Lord Spencer quietly secured
a carriage and drove from the landing
place to the Castle, a distance of tureo
miles, without an escort. Although re
peatedly recognized by passers-by while
on his way to the Castle, not a single In
sult was offered him.
The peaceful and respectful manner
in which tho nob e Earl was greeted
by the citizens of Dublin while pass
ing through the various streets goes
far toward exploding the stories of
Fenian plots to assassinate members
of the Government, especially the story
recently published that Lord Spencer
had been called to England to attend a
Cabinet conference on Irish affairs
and an alleged Fenian plot to murder
Sir Wm. Uarcourt, Mr. Gladstone, Mr.
Trevelyan, Chief Secretary for Ireland,
and Earl Spencer.
AMI.IIH AN SKCT KIITKS IX LUNIlO.V.
L' ijM'i n, May 21. American railway
shares opened weak this morning in sym
pathy with yesterday's closing quota
tions. At 4:80 p. in. the market for American
nilway .securities closed to 5-8 lower
than tin: noon prices, the latter in Read
ing. Erie was 1-s lower; Erie seconds,
:;-: St. Paul, ;l-s; Lake Shore, 1-4; New
York Central, i'-sj Illinois Central, '4-S,
and Readlnu', j-8.
P.vnis, May 21. The Ronapartlst pa
pers attach Importance to Prince Victor's
decisiuu to leave the house of his father,
Jerome. It is believed there is a rupture
between Jerome and Victor.
The new customs bill leaves the tax on
wheat the same as at present. The duty
on all other cereals Is increased to three
francs, seventy-live centimes and 100 kil
The papers approve Minister Ferry's
action iu regard to the lien-lsen treaty
and consider the Tonquin question not
settled, but are of the opinion that a
definite solution has been rendered easier.
Canto, May 21. The Naval Expedi
tion starts Immediately for Assouan.
Loximix, May 21. Lieutenant-General
Adye will command the expedition to
L..NLOX, May 21. The rdl Mill f;.(
ftt says Sir Garnet Wolseley will com
mand the expedition in the atJtumn,
which will land at Suakim and march to
Toronto, May 21. Sir Richard Cart
wright, the leader of the opposition, in a
speech said, to meet uneaiuess as to the
stability of the present Government there
were three courses before the Dominion:
Annexation to tho United States, inde
pendence (which he approved), cheers,
or federation with all the English speak
ing people ol the world.
Otis S. Gage &. Co., agricultural imple
ment dealers, Louisville, assigned.
Ohio will hold its Democratic State
Convention at Columbus, Juue 24-0.
The address of the National Wool
Growers' Associatiou has been issued.
Scrip of the Reading Railroad, running
lour mouths without interest, has been
Joseph Dudley, a New York nhilan
thropist, has left $22,000 to Presbyterian
The Missouri Medical Association is in
session at Sedalla, Dr. Gregory, of St.
More American stocks have been
bought In England the last week than for
twelve months past.
Reports from Washington aro to the
effect that Ingalls, of Kansas, is kicking
in the Republican traces.
The gross earnings of the Western
Union Telegraph Company last year were
$l'J,571 476; net profits, 0, 042, 513.
President Arthur reviewed the parade
f the League of American Wheelmen as
tt, passed through the White House
Joseph Fra.ler, the murderer of Wes
ley Hupp in Anderson, Ind., committed
suicide by hanging himself in jail with
his pocket handkerchief.
Pennsylvania Republicans have m rui
nated General Jas. S. Negley for Congress
In the Twenty-second district anil Hou.
T. M. Baync in tho Twenty-third.
An assessment of fifty per cent, on the
guarantors of the Cincinnati Dramatic
Festival has been made. The Associa
tion has to meet a deficit of 842,700.
The Senate Finance Committee has
postponed for a week consideration of
the resolution ordering an investigation
into the causes of the recent bank fail
ures. Some time since the wife of Henry Dil
lon of Akron, O., deserted him, taking
the children with her. Mr. Dillon has
come into possession of a fortune and is1
In Detroit looking for his family.
The Hanjnnn Foiled.
Santa Fb., V. M., May 21.-Carplo
Monto Mcscalero, the Apache sentenced
to bo hanged for the murder of a younft
American two years ago, died of coMuinp
ti,n In toll horn tlila nmrnlnir. Thfl oris.
oner was believed to bo Insane aud the
case had been laia oeiore me rrcuaeut
some wdcfc' ago. HgKlag iMidte.
ftrewers in Council.
RorrtKSTKn, N. Y., May 21. The
Twenty-fourth Annual Convention of the
Brewers' Association of the United States
met iu session here to-day. Large dele
gations aro present from St. Louis, Chi
cago, Cincinnati, Milwaukee and Eastern
Missouri Capital Notes.
Jkkfi usox Citv, Mo., May 21. Gov
ernor Crittenden this morning accepted
tho resignation of W. II. Wallace as
Prosecuting Attorney of Jackson County.
Tho Secretary of State to-day issued a
certificate of Incorporation to the Plnenix
Printing Company, St. Louis; capital,
The time for holding the National Con
vention of Labor Commissioners In St.
Louis has been changed by Major New
man irom tne inn to tne nth ol .lime.
The Mechanics' Exchange of St. Louis
has raised over 8300 to defray the ex
penses cf the convention.
Alton, III., May 21. Last night the
house of George Claybold, on the Cold
Branch Road, was entered by burglars
who took out two drawers of a bureau
and carried them some distance from the
house, where they were rilled of their
contents. Two hundred and seventy-five
dollars in money was taken, No clew as
yet to tho robbers.
Neither Buying Nor Sailing.
Nkw Yohk, May 21. A good many
commission houses are refusing orders
to-day to buy or sell upon margins. Mr.
VauderbiU's brokers say they have heard
from him, but all they will say is that he
is not selling stock, and it is apparent ou
the board that he Is not buying.
No Immediate Prospect of Settlement.
Cincinnati, ., May 21,-rThe stove
moldcrs who have been ou a strike for
live months are still holding out, without
any prospect of .settlement. The "Fa
vorite" Works started this morning as an
independent shop with half the usual
force of non-union men, working at
twenty-five per cent, reduction. There
has been no disturbance.
Nkw Yoi:k, May 21. The failure of J.
L. Browned & Co., has just been an
nounced on the Stock Exchange.
Grain and Provisions.
WF.nXF.SDAY, MAY 21, IS-tl.
Cotton Steady; middling, U4311iP.
Fi.ont Steady; AXX to elioiee, $(.. 1.70;
Wiin.T-H:(.her; No. 2 Ited, tl.liVl.ll;
No. a Ued, fl.ui'jil.iW1..
1'on.v- Firmer; No. 1 mixed, HFi.''ic;
Xo. - white mixed, tiaft..".
Oats Lower; Xo. 2, HIViiTo.
IIvk Firm: o. 2, OoliJ'jO.
Ii t ll 4 ' "i l V'iimii lll.F.1 niiimimn a nliriliA
$5.7:"nj,10.0"); leal;' common red leaf, tS.wj
111 ,,i,..lt,,t,i In (......! e 11
II IV- 1i -lieii. lt! ill for trim 't.U ftW7.tr. AD
for choice; mixed IIWUI for common to
prime: timotny $013,1" lor prime to cnoiee
Iti iTKit Weak; choice to fuiiry creamery
ISii-'le: dairy, choice to fancy, LVtilOe; low
I.'. Lid n. IHIrt
...... ..... .., .u JU.
PoTATOEs-New: selling rather slow at
t per narroi, top rate lor (rood sieil
oireiinifs liberal, and in excess ol' demand
Vi. tiling in ,,1.1
I'okk Dull; standard mess, $lri.75K.0O
mini sine. ? io,,i, ',.
I. All!) Steadv: iirlmo steimi TVTiTfe
lUeoN I.onirs. S'V'jsUe; shorts, 9',c;
cImi ribs. se.
W'001. T11O-washed choice, 3317.140: mo
ilium, air'kr.'c; unwashed medium, SlnWlc; low
and course irrn les, l.Valsc.
IIiuhs Ouiet; dry Hint. 17c: dntn
aired, lie; bulls or s a.'S, lde; dry
salted, l ie; dry salted, damaged, lie; kip and
calf, s ilted, s'c; dannured, 0 c : bulls and
eiajrs, 5'4e; (freen, uueuied, 7:je; daniiijrocl,
Siikkp Pelts Steady: jrrenn, 70sfie; dry
do, -lU'Olc., as to amount and qua.it y of wool;
green sliearlinjfs, 13o; dry do, Iu'Ik; lumh
WttEAT-Steilly; Xo. 2 lied, May, f 1.02;
June. .liny, fi.i'iv
Colt.s Steady; Xo. 2 mixed, May, it'o;
Juno, ti2 t,e.
Oats Lower; N"o. 2, mixed, May, 37e;
June, :i 'j 't !Te.
I'mmsioNs Pork Quiet; spot mess, 1 17.0)
tfj.17.i5; Lard Hull; steam, June, s.aVj)
s.io; July, s.joas..V).
Wheat Wither: May, Wic; June, W'ic;
July. '.12 S.e: Aieu-a. Ulc; Si ptemher, !d.
Corn Firmer; May. a.Vje; June, Wie;
July, 040; Amrust, 5S 'so.
Oats stronger; May, J2e; Juno, S-'Ve;
July.:t.': Aiorost. sue.
I'okk Hiirl.cr; June, tW); July, $IS.iiO;
Auirust, ? is 4 .
Lauii Wi a'er; Juno, IS ii; July, $S.:J0;
Suoitr Kins June, $S.UT'i; July, ?S.2t);
AuifU-d, f s.yi.i.
Live Stock Markets.
floos Reeolpts, 20,0d: "im'i t nnd slow;
prices 10;HV lower; Ii(,'lit, tl.io."(..-,.5ii; rmorli
paekinir, f ' 0'ri5,ii; heavy paekitiR and sliip
pinir. f "i.4iHii'i.:0.
Cattle llecelpis, fi.7i': siionir: exports,
fii.50itil.i5; flood to choice, fii.tl n.iil.50; com
mon to fair, f.'i.H;i(rt.n0.
sheep Heceipts, 3,0.10; dull; common to
Cattle Steady: extra steers, ftU'il.B'):
(food to choice steers, f "(.i.Vi(, i.2.i; tair to
medium, fV.'.V'o.lio; oven. tt.'Mi'j.'Si stoeli
ers steady: Western, fL.'lWi.nU.
Sheep Dull, weak ami lower; common to
irood, f.'.,.7.Vd"i.ii: choice lo extra, $.".2.Vir,.'.eV;
Western liimlis, f I. "0(0 .25.
Hons Active; Ihtht to (rood Yorkers,
f5.5ti.".Ki": Koud medium, f i.n'ii.c-."); pigs,
Cattle IleceliHs. l.pm: !uw; native steers.
!W5 to l. itKJ lbs. average, 5.25n5.eV; others nu
Hoos-ltecelpts, lOO; 0e higher; closinir
weaker: lots of 2eti to :t05 lbs. nveriwe. f.'i.iu
ej,5.t(i; mainly. f."i.2lDij,i.:(0.
mikep Kecetpls, 40 ; sternly; unlet anu
Money and Stocks.
Xkw YiiHtc. Mav 21 There was no Im
provement this morninir over yes-onlay's
(rrowinir fecllmr of nin n-lin s. The slurp .Io
dine of yesterday "wins to ha o lil'trhted tho
hopes of 1111 immediate boom. At tie- opening
this morninir the market was weak und finer
hth. with more sellers than tuiycm. Humors
were clrculti'ed of further trouble in some
tirokor firms, w hich accelerated the uresmir..
tosell. Tliu failure of J. I- I r.iwio'll A Co.,
broaers, whs announced. At the time of writ,
lair nrices fhow it decline of 'i to 2 V ilia Int.
ter LuckawHiia. St. I'aiil showed u )
n computed with thu cloduir price lust
ovenlnir: Krie, I; Krle seconds, l; Iteiidinir.
i lllinoslentral, S; 104insylviiiiliiCentr.il.
: New Vo k Central. rmin.i stiit.. i,..i.,i:
were also lowor; Kourdsli Consols, i), higher
Money loiinlnir at Vthi ner eenl: KitIi,,,,,
qiitet at 4S.W4H?; lliiv eminent firm; curren
cy, 'h, 124) lild; 4' ioniums, 121) ,,; 41
do., I12W bid. tslionly after eleven oVoek the
ellln movement obiimM and was followed in
uiw nei nour iy purcnacn co cover, which,
tottetlior with tint awl-taix e of supporting or
ders, can! a recovery of to D per cent.
Since thou tho mtirkct baa boon dull ami
feverish, and prices declined on every atiompt
to sell jtc llsi.
Two pleasant furnished rooms to rent, on
7ih St. Apply to
lw Mrs. S. E. Willi AMiO.v.
Fifiei n cr twenty men wanted at once
to work on the Texas & St. Louis R. R. at
Bird's Point. Free ttansportationj wages
1.50 per day. Apply at Railroad House.
Sot ire to Stock Owners.
Ownirs ol line's, horsts, mulcp, etc., are
Inrchy notified that the ordinance prohibit
ing stock from tunning at large will be a
law cn Monday, May 2liih, and that it will
be rigidly et. forced on and after that date,
lw Louis II. Myers.
The undersigned withes to form classes
in the higher branches, languages and
music, also wishes to secure the custom in
tuning instruments in Cairo. O. E. Rein
mueller, basement Oeiman Lutheran Church
UJih Street. 3t
These aie Solid Facts.
1 he best blood puiifier and system regu
lator ever placed within the reach of Buf
fering humanity, truly is Eleclric Bitters.
Inactivity of the Liver, Biliousness, Jaun
dice, Constipation, Weak Kidneys, or any
disease of the urinary organs, or who evir
itquins an appetizer, tonic or mild stimu
lant, will always find Electric Bitters the
best and only certain cure known. They
net mrely and quickly, cvt rv bottle guar-nntf-ed
to give entire satisfaction or money
refunded. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by
Barclay Bit?. (4)
KiicKien's Arnica iSarve
11. t Iicbt Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
'ores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It it. guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents iter box. tor sale by Barclay
A Ecmaikablc Escape.
Mrs. Mtry A. Dailey, of Tunkhannock,
Pa., was htllicted for six years with Asthma
and Bronchitis, iliuing which time the
best physiciaus ci uld give no relief. Her
life was dc paired of, until in last Octo
ber eho procured a bottle of Dr. King s
.New Discovery, when immediate relitt was
felt, and by continuing its use for a short
tune f-he was completely cured, gaining in
flesh 50 lbs. in a few months.
Free Trial Bottles of this certain cure of
all Throat and Lung Diseases at Barclay
Bros Drug Store. Large Bottles 1.00.
J-lfln the Diamond Dyes more coloring
is given than in any known Dyes, and they
give faster and more brilliant colors. 10c.
at all druggists. Wells, Richardson & Co.,
Burlington, Vt. Sample Card, 33 colors,
and book of directions for 2c. stamp.
A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall. Mich.,'
1 tier to send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic
Belt and Electric Appliances on trial, for
thirty days, to nun, old and yoong, afflict
ed with nervous debility, lost vitality, and
many other diseases.
See advertisement in this popcr. 1
The rl p Plasters hive a wonderful sale,
and wh) ? Because they cure backache,
stiff joints, pain in the side and all soreness
in any part. People appreciate them. Any
druggis', 25 cts. (11)
Better Thau Diamonds,
and of greater value than fine gold is a
great tonic and renovator like Kidney-Wort.
It expels nil poisonous humors from tho
blood, tones up the system and by acting
directly en the most important organs of
the body stimulates tlieni to healthy action
and restores health. It tins effected many
marveh us cures and for ail Kidney diseases
and other kindred troubles it is au invalu
Cheap Homes in Arkansas and Texas.
Along the lino of the St. 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 tho wotld, ranging in prico from
2.00 to 300 aud 4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in 1882, and makeup your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
f.ir ISSd is 50 per cent larger than that ot
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
ever the Companies lines.
H. C. TowNfEND, Gen 1 Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
AND DLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
"Kidacy-Wort la the moat auoceaaful remedy
i ever used." Dr. P. O. Bllou, Monkton, VI.
- Rianey-wort la always reliable."
Dt. R. K. Clark. Ha. TT.in. Vt,
"Kidney -Wort has cured my wile after two yw
unci ui if. ux. o. ax. DiunxLaruo. oun iuu. w.
IN THOUSANDS OP CAMS
it hw oured wh.re all elw had railed. It H mil
but efficient, CtKTAl.N IU IX ACTIO. "
harmless In all eaacs. . .
irHelrsniwalke Bleed atrmttheMta
arTe Mew Lire to all the important organ, ot
the body. The natural action of the Kidney. 1.
reatored. The Llvor 1 oleaneod of alldlaeM.,
and th. Bowel, more freely and healthfully.
Ia thu way th. worat dieeaaoa are aradioatMt
from th. ayatem.
rates, '1.00 uqcui oa bit, sou It bicjkhjts.
Dry can b. aent by mail.
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