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CAIRO, ILL., FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 23, UKIL
only a Uttlo while, and is relieved from bis pain,
lie la happy ana delighted. 11 ut supposo he h u-
Suffered for more than a
third of a contury.
AMn Grim, of Vale, Iowa, writes :
"ATULOPHonoBliius heljw-1 iiieiuach. Tho
pain in my limb la ill goue, but whig laino-
nun U left yet, and well thero might U-,
O fur I have buen troubled fur thirty-flvo
Juora with UhoinuaUoiii."
Mrs. A. Ii. Laker, of Chicago,
Had rheumatic pains In her
back for fifteen years,
and Mr. Baker had been the victim of Rheu
matism until his head was drawn down our
his left shoulder. Mr. Maker writ's):
"Half abottleof ATULopiioiiosmadeo
me u (food u new. My wife haa taken
tUe ouior half, ami ban not cinuilaind of
her baek aiuce. She M) a her bark nover u
ho fre from pain an J ache aa it haa teu
aiuoe tho haa taken tho AlULoruouoa."
There are many people who think th::t
lecause they Lave sutlered so lung, an l
have tried bo many medicines in vain, they
must "suffer on their threes;ore years."'
Iiiit you see what ATiiLoi-uouod Lad dune.
However Old your Cane;
However .Severe your I'lilim;
However Ureal your Disappointment,
EW"Try Athlophoros "SPU
If you cannot (n-t ATULOPHOitosof your diwirM,
wb 111 scod it exirewi paid, ou r-j't of pvuhir
prnw-oue dollar Ttittl. Weprcfi-r that you buy
it from your druggmt, but if bo hadn't It. do not l
rauaded to try Komethunj else, but order at ouoo
'row ua a directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., II2 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
MHinimnmiMin R iiii.ni,,,,,,.,,,.!
74 7 7
Tha best endvooe in Uie world of the
I unty and eiotilence of hlarkweU'a Dull
Durham Hmoauuf Tobacco in found in the
fact tbat the fame of tin. tobacco lncreaw
from year to year. Tlin ould Lot be the
caae if It were luereiy " (f. lt.u U) to atdl,"
or had any dubioua or Hiiir'rom ir.irro
dietta in it Anion inilhona of users of
all IiaUoiialiUe. nirely e.:ii.o olo would
find out if it weru iiupur, lnjurtoua or
unpalatable. For l ir tliiK tobacco has
been acknowledged to ' tf '' m i
orU, and every yeartliB Hull burhain
brand if rows more 1 -ovular, the deu.ai.d lor
1 11 iuer, ana unioaer
ff delidoua natural flavor.
rftt Ack your dier for it.
I J, Get th (feliun.e trade-
If njukof the hull
There U no miachlef done where
Hlackwtij's Dull liurbaiu
tiUtukXg Tobacco la used.
C. W. HEXDERSON,
No. 191 Commercial Ave.,
Sole Agent ful the Celebrated
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
Builders' Hardware and Oitrpenh ri' Tool, Ta'e
.and l'orket (. utiery, bvfl In the i:i.irket. Ho.-ivp
Broa.' I'lated Knlven, Forks aim Suour.n. (iruu:ie
Iron Ware, ficrlln Earthenware, tt'h.te Monntii n
Freeern, Water CooleM, RufMeratori. Oothi-a
Wrlnecrs, Crown Piuter-. St-p L IiKth, tiarden
Implement. Oolden star Oil Stoves- bet in the
world, Lamps of everv dcnrrli tion. Klain Oil.
Carpet Sweeper. F-ather liu-lcr. Broom. Win
dow Screen Wire Cloth, Full nipply ol Fi'hiLg
The above rock bottom pr're.
Corner 12th and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. 12.
QAIRO OPKRA HOUSE.
MAY 22ml, 23rd ami 21-tli.
The Great and Oriainal
and Gold and Silver (lift Show; IVirrniniua ex
traordinary from lii'clntiln to end, includes
that Wonder of Wonder,
Dreaming and Waking,
the floating In mld-alr without any visible npport
aa Lever before presented to the public.
A large number of
Useful and Valuable Presents
'given away at eaeh performance.
fyRemfl'tihcr there 1 hut ine orb.-liml rW'tnan
and ho will ponltively apnea r above mentioned.
I'ricea a itnsl. K-erved -entn. without extra
charno, uow on "ale at Huder'e Jewelry atore
The Daily Bulletin.
TWO OF A KIND.
A Pair of Sucoossfully Planned and
. Equally Successfully Exo
Fifty Thousand Dollars in Cash and
Collaterals Secured by the
The City Clerk's O.Tice at Kast St. Louis
and a St. Louis Liqujr House the
Stents of Their Exploits.
Kasj St. )ns, I May 22. The
vault in tlu City Clerk's ulJh.-e was robbed
laflt night. The burglars ylI"e'1 a" eu'
trance by breaking tlirough u window on
the north side ol the ollke, turning the
catch holding the stisln-s, and forcing tlie
iiiMdt; shutters. The coiubinuti'ju to the
vault was broken with a heavy hammer,
two holes were bored through the gate,
near the combination luck, into which
powder was poured, width was afterward
exploded. The explo-don, however, was
not sullicii.iit to open the door, A larye
hole was then du through the vault,
lhe wall is twenty inches thick.
Au opening through this two feet square
was ta-ily eff cted, the wall being all
brick. Inside the vault is a sum hr safe
iu which money aud valuables ure kept,
but It showed no r-igus of having been
violently opened, exct that the lock was
sprung. The smaller drawers in this
aie were forced open and their contents
taken. A large sledge hammer, a small
horse-shoer's hammer, a common bruce
and several small tools Used by bl;ick-
miilis, wi re found thi morning on t lie
floor of the clerk's room. These tools
were all identili. d by Patrick Hums, a
hor.-re-hoer on (.'oliinsville avenue as hav
ing been stolen from his shop last night.
The police are worti: z up the case and
teel that they will get the robbers, and
Deputy Stierifi Anthony th-nks he has tt
(air description of the men seen iu the
vicinity f the blacKMinith shop at ti-j
time ol the robbery there. The job was
poorly executed. The opinion prevails
'.hat the work was done by residents of
Kust St. Louis. There was stolen from
itie sa'e besides the cash a largu amount
)f scrip and valuable papers. The
L'ity Council at its ureetiug this morning
offered l,oi id reward for the arrest of
;he thieves. The citizens w ill offer another
The tin box containing the city scrip
A'as found in au alley near Missouri
iveinie this moruini;, but was empty. The
Jity Clerk returned to town at noon, but
:hu form no estimate of the amount
stolen. lK'tcctive l.awler, of St. Louis,
ui:c over to investigate the robbery this
ifu-rnoon, but returned to St. Louis after
examining the brokeu vault. The ioss
itnouuts to about 2o,i..hj iu the opinion
A those weil-posted.
.ash and Collateral to the Amount of
825,000 Carried. Off by Burglars.
.Sr. Lin is, M ., May 22. Some time
iat night burg'ars entered the w holesale
ii j'.ior store of Charles Wc.lcr, No. 21 1
outh Fourth street, and committed one
ol the ino-t daring thefts of the year. It
was evidently carefully planned by men
fuliv aware of the conteuts of the safe
ml familiar with the plan of
the stole. l.utratice was c Hooted
through the skylight, which is uccessi-
from the second story of the build-
in;:. A rope was u-h-o. to reach the
lloor. Then tho glas-door of the ollice
was broken open. The safe is built
into the wall and opened bv a
key, which is left by the cashier
in one of the secret drawers ol the
desks that the shipping clerk mav siaiu
access when the other is away. This
key the burglars secured, opeulng
t!ie outer door. With tools they
broke open the inner door aud appropri
ated everything in the safe. They
left powder on the lloor, showing that
they w ere prepared to resort to it had the
key not been found. Very little cash is
lilt in the vault over night, hence not
more th in 2i in currency was secured.
IJ ut the heavy loss eousNts of warehou-e
receipts amounting to S?25,uno. These
au easily be realized upon, as it is uu-
:osiiie at once touoiiiy me ware nouses,
which are located in various parts of
Kentucky. It may bo that they are
nr.Li Koit a iti:w.ii:i.
A number of insurance policies and
ooks of the house were taken, livery
irawer in the desks was emptied of its
jontents of papers, notes, memoranda
tnd books, which were found strewn
upon the lloor this morning. The whole
jilico was iu chaos, so that to have ac-
compli-hed all this work must have
occupied several hours.
I he detectives are on the alert and
working on the theory that the burglars
were familiar with the house.
I. O. 0. F. Grand Lodge.
Sr. I.uiis, Mo., May 22. The Missouri
Grand Lodge, I. 0. O. F., was in session
this morning aud met again this after
noon. 1). A. Smith, of Cartilage, was
elected Grand Warden. The following
officers have already been elected by the
lodges at largo: Grand Master, Henry
Cadlo, Princeton; Deputy Grand .Master,
Dr. Wheeler, Vienna; Grand Secretary,
L M. Sloan, St. Louis; Grand Treas
urer, W. 11. Thompson, St. Louis; Grand
Representative of the Sovereigu Grand
Lodge of the United States, C. 1). Lucas,
Kansas Ciiy. The installation of officers
will bo the last work of the session.
15 1'T LICK'S A CC E I'TA 0 II.
He Will Make the Presidential Race on
the Anti-Monopoly Ticket.
Nkw Yokk, May 22. Goneial Ilutler
accepts the nomination of the National
Anti-Monopoly organization for Presi
dent of the United States. His letter of
acceptance ia dated Lowell, Mass., May
21, and reads:
"Gi'.nti.f.mex I have the honor to re
ceive your courteous note giving me the
ictlon of the conventional Chicago on
the 14th Inst., of tho representa
tives of Anti-Monopoly. Tho honor
Df a designation by Mich a body
its their candidate for the Presidency of
the Republic ctnnot be too highly appre
ciated. Concurring In each measure of
public policy set forth It) the resolutions,
I need oply ftflfl jf tfte. Totes of Jtlia
electors shall Intrust mo with tho
executive powers of that high oftlce,
each of them shall be fully, just
iy and energetically used to make every
measure of relief to the people and re
form iu the Government pointed out by
your platform of principles realities of
administration. Accept for yourselves,
personally, my most grateful considora
don. Signed Pk.xj. F. Ultlkk."
tiu; Mivsocm mkuics.
The Session Closed Officers Elected
Tho Next mooting to be Held
In St. JoBeph.
Shx.w.n, Mo., May 22. The Missouri
Medical Association adjourned at teu
j'olock to-day to . meet the second
Wednesday in May, Hsj, at St. Joseph,
The ollicoj-.s for the ensuing year are : II.
II. Middlekamp, President: T. F. Prewltt,
Vice-President; J. II. Thompson, Jr.,
secretary, aud F. A. Thompson, Treas
urer. Tho meeting passed off well uud
much business was done. Every tram Is
taking delegates home. The newspapers
md citizens were very courteous und all
tre pleased with the result.
The Situation at Pittsburgh.
Pn i sm ugh., Pa., May 22. A more
complete understanding of the exact cou
iitloii of the Penn Bank and a feeling
:hat they will be able to pay all liabilities,
together with the concerted action of tho
jankers last night, has had a reassuring
-ffect, aud conildeiice to a large extent
has been restored. It was feared that
there would be runs on several bauks
reported on the street last night as in a
weak condition, but a vi.dt to the alleged
shaky institutions at noon found all se
rene, with checking out not much greater
than usual. The bankers expressed
themselves as perfectly able to meet the
demands made on them. The officers of
the Penn Pank are busy to-day getting
iffairs in shape for resumption to
morrow. Their clearances were
made good to-day, and to-morrow
tliev will open their doors with 8ou,
j"0 in cash on the counters. Many of the
argest d"positors have signitled their rn
.lition of allowing their money to lie in
the bank, and long before the regular
jour for opening this nioruing a number
af the heaviest depositors forced their
way to the .side entrance and insisted on
making deposits. The bank refused to
tccept them, however, until they resume
PitTKiisiiL Kii, Va., May 22. The elec
tion to-day for city officers passed off
thus far quietly. A determined riuht is
'jeiug made by both parties. The liepiib
icans claim that they will carry the city
ty at least 5,oou majority.
Ckmiulia, Ii.i.., May 22. William K.
Murphy, of Perry County, was made per
manent chairman; J. O. Chance was
omiuated for Supreme Court Clerk by
icclamatioii. The twelfth ballot for Ap
pellate Court Clerk resulted : Burton, 5J ;
Wilbanks, W; Starkcl, C.
An Epidemic of Measles.
SiiEUivviM k, I ix., May 22. The
measles epidemic does not abate. On
the contrary, several new cases devel.
:ped to-day. The disease is not confined
to children alone, but spreads among
idults, where it often proves fatal. The
.'xeitenieiit still continues, aud those who
have not had the malady are careful not
to expose themselves.
One Way of Robbing Workingmen.
Piiii..!KU'iil.i, Pa., May 22. Reports
troin along the line of the Reading RoaJ
ay that the meu will not accept scrip for
vages, but they said the sanm in lsT'.'aml
.inaiiy yielded. The new scrip has been
jffcred down to .'.'0, seller's option, but
t is said that Vanderbilt houses will ar
range to redeem it at two per cent, dis'
:ount, or make it equivalent to par les;
uterest at six per cent, pcrauuuiu.
One Desperado Less.
OwE.vsitoiio, Ky., May 22. Heurv
.lays, a farmer iu Davies County, a noted
lesperado, was fouud dead near his resi
fence this morning, with three pistol bul
tts iu his body. Hays had lately beeu
mgaged in several shooting affrays.
rVarrants were out for his arrest, which
,he officers were afraid to serve. There is
10 clew as to how he died.
Car Stables and Horses Burned.
Poiu land, Me., May 22. The street
ailway stables burned last night. Eight
lorses, a large lot of grain, harness, etc.,
Acre consumed. Engineer Skilliug was
'atally iujurod by falling walls. "Loss,
Nkw Yokk, May 22. The faiure of tho
Inn of E. H. Shaw is just auuouticed ou
the Stock Exchange.
A general strike of the iron-workers at
Pittsburgh is now considered improba
ble. B. G. Stall, a well-known grocer and
ttommissiou merchant of Cincinnati, is
John Collins, of Keokuk, la., was killed
it Alexandria, Mo., while drunk uud
Democratic meetings throughout Mis
souri and Illinois show enthusiasm for
tho "old ticket."
Members of the Missouri Press Asso
ciation devoted a portion of yesterday's
session to electing officers.
Chris. Hock, a saloon-keeper of
Moborly, was victimized by the "gold
brick" dodge by a man uamod Smith. '
At the second day's session of tho Mis
souri Medical Association at Sedalia the
State Hoard of Health was discussed.
New Hampshire Democrats in State
Convention at Concord wore unanimous
for tariff reform und tho "old ticket."
C. C. Matson, of Bloomlngtou, Ind.,
was renominated for Congress in the
Filth District on the tweiily-llist ballot.
The old horse ridden by Geueral Cus
tor in his Indian campaigns and owned
latterly by Dr. Carver, died at Vlucenncs,
Jtisticu Miller presided at the dedica
tion ceremonies on the occasion of tho
uuvolling of tho Luther statue in Wash
ington. Human remains have boon fouud In a
soup box, at St. Albans, Vt., supposed to
be those of llernmn Krouso, whom Oscar
It was decided by tho Methoilist
Protestant Conference at Baltimore that
no change be made In the form of tfco
SOUNDS FflOM O'ER THE SEA
Tho British Ship Syria Reported
Lost Off tho Fiji Islands With
Conclusion of the Wy cliff a Celebration
at Exeter Hall, London, on
Landing the Shore End of the Bennett
Mackey Cable at Rockport, Mass.
A Gala Day.
LOSI oi F TllK FIJI ISLANDS.
L"Mo, May 22. Lloyds have just
received a dispatch repoititig tho loss of
the British ship Syria at the Fiji Islauds.
Scveuty-tive of the passengers ure said to
tu lost. The lost passengers were collies.
THH WYfl.lFKK .KI.F.IlllVlIuX.
Lon oox, May 22. The WycliftV cele
bration concluded with a great evening
meeting at Exeter Hall. The Earl of
Shaftesbury presided. He said that of
the reformers, Wyciiffo, Luther aud Tyu
dall, Wyciiffo was perhaps tho greatest.
This Wycliffe nioveineut will diffuse lu
ormatbu and knowledge among com
mon p. ople which hitherto only tho
learned possessed. Wycliffo.'s correct
title is "Moruiug Star of tho Reforma
tion." England after his time would
never again be subject to the rule of the
Pope. The people of England can only
tdiare their thaukful appreciation of his
life by cherishing Ids precepts and bless
ing God for the translation of the Scrip
tures he made.
Canon Taylor moved : "The quincen
tenary of John Wycliffe's death affords a
suitable opportunity to commemorate his
work as a patriot church reformer,
translator and preacher of tho Holy
Scriptures." la making this, Canon
Taylor said: "Tho great work which
Wyciiffo did for tho "church is now iu
danger of being overthrown. We should
beware of those who are trying to lead
us back to darkness, blindness idol
utry and mclivalism." Taylor's motion
carried. A motion also carried Instruct
ing the Memorial Committee to appeal
for .10,000 to bo used ill the publication
and circulation of Wvcllffo's writings aud
the erection of a memorial statue.
Rev. Hushes said: "Three men the
great Baptist preacher Spurgeon, the fa
mous American revivalist Moody, aud
General Booth, controlling the spirit of
salvation, w ho represent Wycl Iff ite teach
ings wield more iulluonce than all the
priests iu the churches of England put
together. Cheers. Wyciiffo discovered
that the origin of tho mischief w hich con
verted him was tho suppression of the
rights ol laymen in the Church. Hear!
hear! I should like to .ee a layman iu
every pulpit, iue Church needs tho co
jprratiou of godly men."
Subscriptions of $400 were obtained.
Tho tire in tho lumber-yard of Mr
Milnes at Aberdeen is most alarming. It
is an open yard covering three acres, and
is tilled with huge stacks of imported
American lumber. It is believed it will
continue to burn for several days.
The .Vcir states that a Canadian loan
of 10,000,(100 is imminent to assist in
the conversion of 5 per cent, bonds.
Lon don-, May 22. At the luquiry by a
select committee of tho House of Com
mons into the conduct of the commissary
and transportation departments during
the Egyptian campaign iu 1SS2, Sir Johu
A lye yesterday admitted that out of 3,000
mules purchased for tho expedition only
l,2o0 were lit for use.
A better feeling prevailed at the open
ing of the Stock Exchange to-day regard
ing American railway securities. At two
p. in. prices, as compared with closing
figures last evening show an advance of
1-s to 1 1-4. Lake Shore readvaucod 7-8
and Is now Si 3-8; New York Central,
7-s, now 112 3-S; Erie, 5-8, now 15 3-4;
Erie seconds, 1 uow tlj o-S; Pennsyl
vania Central, 1-2, uow 50 3-4; Illinois
Central, 1 1-4, uow 120 3-S; St. Paul,
1 1-4 to 1 3-8, uow 71 1-4 to 71 3-8; Cen
tral Pacitlc, 1-2, now 44 5-S; Denver aud
Rio Grande Is quoted at 11.
IX A HAD FIX.
Loxnox, May 22. Tho Anchor Lino
steamer Castalia, from Palermo for New
York, grounded off Denia, Spain, iuabad
position. She has jettisoned part of her
cargo. Rough weather prevents assist
ance. 'it A II FOK HANI.AX.
Loxnox, May 22. A Sydney dispatch
says llanlou won the sculling match with
Laycock by half a length.
Bkklkv, May 22. Madame Kolemino,
the left-hauded wife of tho Duke of Darm
stadt, will defend tho Grand Duke's suit
for divorce. Ho charges his wife with
concealed misconduct before marriage.
Pauls, May 22. Tho rupture between
Victor aud Jerome Bonaparte is complete.
Victor has fallen heir to 40,000 willed
by au unknown person.
Landing the Bennott-Mackey Cable.
RocKPoitr, Mass., May 22. The steam
er Faraday, wltn tho Bonuctt-Mackcy ca
ble aboard, arrived this morning. The
shore cud of the cable Is being laid from
the steamer on rafts. ' Connection with
the main cable will be made Saturday
two hundred miles out. The arrival was
heralded by tho ringing of bells and firing
of cannons. It Is a gala day at Rockport.
Arrest of Ferd. Ward.
Nkw Yoiik, May 22. Ferdinand Ward,
of Grant & Ward, was arrested last even
ing In this city by a Deputy Sheriff, iu a
suit brought against him by Nelson J.
Tappan, City Chamberlain. Ward is held
In 8300,000 bail, the amount Axed in the
order of arrest. Be has not yet becu
lodged iu jail, but is in the custody of the
Sheriff. Ball has not yet beeu furnished
Carpenter Leaves Llnooln.
Lincoln, III., May 22. Tuesday night
O. A. Carpenter and wife left hore on the
Chicago train, aud to-day it Is rumored
ho has gone to Massachusetts to rcsldo,
He has disposed of about all his property
here, and has sold out his business.
Rttinn hta t.rin.1 At. VntArshnn? ho hS beCO
soC.n but eldMp U) the business street,
nd has llvsd very Kciqdetj Ufa. , .
Cotton Mill Fire.
Phii.aki i.i'iiia, Pa., May 22. There
was a lire this morning in Taylor &
Spink's cotton mill. Total damage Jl,
000; fully insured.
Pi.ai.i iki.i, X. J., May 22. Ex-Juilgo
Welcome R. Beebe, one of the oldest aud
best known admirality lawyers in i'ew
lork was killed to-day by a locomotive
while stepping from the track to the do-
A Gorgeous but Expensive Blaze.
CuiCAuo, III., May 22. WardJt Gaens
eu's hide aud tallow factory was totally
,'stroved bv fire this innrnlin' Thn
combustible nature of tho stock made a
inagtiilleeiit blaze, and w ithin one hour
from the start tho tmuicu.se building was
In ashes. Spontaneous combustion was
the probable cause.
A Shooking Fate.
Poiusmoi i n, O., May 22. Tho resl-
lence of J. Hchmaii, four miles from this
city,-was burned to tho ground at two
o'clock this morning. The husband, wife
und seventeen-year-old daughter were
burned to death. Four younger children
were aw akeued aud escaped.
UASE BALL BREVITIES.
Score of Games Played on Wednesday,
St. Louis St. Louis Uulons, 13; Bos
Now York Providences, 3; Now
Philadelphia, Pa. Bostons, 3; Phila
fronton, N. J. Trentons, 5: Domes
Cleveland, 0. Clevelands, 2: Ch lea
Toledo, U. St. Louis, 4; Tolcdos, 1.
ISuffalo, N. Y. Buffalos, 12; De-
Altoona, Pa. Nationals, 13; Al-
Muskegon, Mich. St. Pauls, 5; Muskc-
Bay City, Mich. Buy Citvs, C; Mil
East Saginaw, Mich. Sagiuaws, 9;
Terro Haute, Iud. Peorlas, 0; Torre
Fort Wayne, Iud. Quiucys, 13; Fort
Grand Rapids, Mich. Grand Rapids,
i; Minneapolis, 1.
Grain and Provisions.
THURSDAY, MAY 22, li)$l. 1
st. louis. ESX3
Cottox Steady: midillinif, lmHSc.
Flock Steady; XXX to choice, ttl.ii31.70;
patents ti.'.f (.'i.'iO.
Wheat -Hither; No. 2 Red, ti.luOl.U;
No. a Ited, f l.iC.
Colts-Firmer: No. 2 mixed, 61V252!ic;
No. - w hite mixed, til4S.' 'sc.
Oats Higher; No. 2, aafcailio.
Rye Finn; No. iK.i(.tiJ',o. .
T'otiACCo Finn; luijs common to choice,
JioiV'ilo.UO; leaf; common red leaf, S.w,J
lli.oo; medium to gcMI flti.iowi 17.50.
Hay I'ralrio 12.uu for prime; fU.OO.li.OO
for ehoiee; mixed il.'tdl for common to
m-jiiie: timothy f I121S lor nrimo to ehoiee:
Hcttkh Weak; ehoiee to fancy creamery
iS'jaio: dairy, choice to fuuey, li417c; low
Funs Steady, at 10'Jo.
PoTATOKs-Xew: choice selling at fJ.7.V
3.ii per barrel, top rule for good sized;
oilet inirs lihenil, ned iii excess of demand.
.Nothing doing in old.
Poiik Hull; siundurd mess, fl.73;
hard side, flil.at'i.
Laud Steady; prime steam, 'S'S'sC.
D.uoN Longs, s'Y'iSiC; shorts, U',cj
cleat ribs. v.
Wool Tut-wushec1. choice, ttJt&iV' ; fair 314
tlleidlniry mid low .ti c".!. Unwarned t hoieo
medium 2"-6 -',e: good average medium "4
tile; seleetrd light line IWii'JUe ; good average
17 'rise: heavy lltfjltio: coiiihitiir. blood, tW
ifMr, oomhlnir, low grades, l.vlsc.
HinKS Ouiet; dry Hint. 17c: dam
mred, lie; hulls or stars, 10c; dry
suited, l ie: dry salted, damare l, He: kip and
calf. S ilted, si,c; ilainajred, iP.io; bulls and
stags, i'c: green, uneured, 7'ic; damaged,
Siiek.h Pklts steady: green, "OTfcSflo: dry
do, 4U r 7()e as to amount uud quality of wool;
green shearlings, lie; dry do, MJlio; lamb
Wheat Steady; No. 2 Red. May. $1.02:
June, l.(t's: July. I.Oti',.
Loit.s Meady; .o. - mixed, .May, k:c;
Oats Lower; Wo. -', mixed, May, arc;
1'iiovisioNS 1'oik Quiet; spot mess, f 17.01
Q17.75; Lard Dull; steam, June, frStiGt
b.iU; July, $s.riw,s.5i.
Whrat Firmer; May,
July. W 'sCi August. Id s,c: September, W4
l oiin Lower; aiay, M e;
July, 5TV': August, "s io.
oats Steady; May, U2ei
July. August, am.
; I'ouk Lower; Juno, f 13.55; July, $li.55;
Laud Stronger; Juno, J3.171;; July, fs.;0;
August, fs.e."j; year .
Shout Ittits Juno, 13.10; July, $3.A);
August, (m: j.
Live Stock Markets.
Hons Receipts, 21,000: fairly active;
prices .Y'UOe lower; light, $l.ini'ii..V); rough
packing, f L'.nKtif.:0; heavy packing and ship
Catti.k Receipts, 5,'Kl: strouur; exports,
$ii.'iiu.i.'5; it nod to choice, $i,.u.Kd.4U; com
mon to fair, fi iHii.tie.
SilitEi' Receipts, 2,:.1X); dull; common to
Cattle Steady ; extra steers, $iI.4U"1J.fl";
(food to choice steers, f "i.7.Vyl.2."i; tail' to
medium, i.'i")"'. ,".'s; oxen, f l.""i0ii.p).25; stock
ist's steady; W'osio. n, f LiOni'iam.
Siir.hl' Dull, weak and lower; common to
pood, f-,75 ti.00; choice to extra, li.-'ii.V.H);
Western himbs, ll.aUiSii.ii.
lions Active; light to (rood Yorkers,
?i.."iO'.1.ili; good mediums, fi.sit'.oi; pigs,
Cattle Iteeulpts, 1,400; utrong; native
steers, WC to l,;)iii lbs. average, fl.iiWl.Otl.
Hons Receipts, l.i.OO; weak and iue lower;
lots of 2u7 to IIJU lbs. average f.W5.;!i; main
Sunup Receipts, 100; ipilet and un
changed. Money and Stocks.
New Ytmic, May 22. Thero was no Im
provement in the tono of speculnl ion this
mornlmr. The trowing nputliv In trading In
any kind of dealings so tar has limited, till
attempts to market stock and causes a
decline. I'o'O slocks have been sold all morn
lug in hl'go lots on adverse reports; Jersey
I'ential ut one time as oft 7 Mi, hut
sinco there has b'il 11 slight recovery. '1'ho
rest of tho list was olT hi to I. A
feeling of great uncertainty prevails. Money
continues unlet but stringont. Ruling imes
this morning were 5uU per cent. Exchange
iiilet at SI.HiiM.S7. Governments stcooyt
currency u s, l:tu bid; 's coupons, Li) bill;
Y do, ll-'H bid. Since the last report tho
market liua not Improved In ton continu
ing weak uuder a hatch of unfavorable. re
port, among them one to the eireot that
the Metropolitan National Dank would t
attain compelled to close Its doors fti oonso-
ininoe ot tire heavy drain 00 n ajoas tor
umytron. ?ue man ouwnusi nowjvvtrw of-qy
the report, and aseurt that (ho fuSUUftloa
is fnUjjablie th mryt iff gymaodi. ... .
To All Whom It May Concern.
The liuir goods taken from the storo of
Mrs. Emily Bowers and hiddeD, by Tom
Clurkion, havu been returned ; and thebusi-
ness will be henceforth entirely under the
womroi acu owntrslnp ot the undersign,
with Mrs. Amanda Clarkson as agent.
' Zuily Bowers.
Two pleiistut furuihhed rooms to rent, on
7th St. Apply to
lw Mrs. S. E. Williamson.
Fifteen or twenty men wonted at oncfl
to work on tho Texas & St. Louis It. Ii. at
Bird's Point. Free transportation; wages
$ I. ."0 per day. Apply at Itaiiroad Iloue.
Notiee to Stock Owners.
Owners of lings, horses, mulep, etc., are
hereby notified that tho ordinanco prohibit
ing stock fioiu lutining at large will be a
hw on Monday, May 26tb, and that it will
Le rigidly enforced on and after that date,
lw Lot is II. My bus.
The undersigned wishes to form classis
in tho bit-tier branches, languages and
music, also wishes to secure the custom ia
timing instruments in Cairo. O. E. Rein-'
muoller, basement German Lutheran Church
10th Street. 3t
These are Solid Facts.
The best blood purifier and system regu
lator ever placed within the reach of suf
fering humanity, truly is Eleclric Bitters.
Inactivity of the Liver, Biliousness, Jaun
dice, Constipation, Weak Kidneys, or any
disease of tho urinary organs, or who ever
requires an appctizir, tonic or mild stimu
lant, will always find Electric Bitters the
best and only certain cure known. They
act surely and quickly, every bottle guar
anteed to give entire satisfaction or money
refunded. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by
Barclay Bros. (4)
BiicKicn's Arnica Salve
The Pcst Salvo in the world for Cuts,
Hruises, Bores, Ulceis, Salt Rheum, Fever
ores, 1 otter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Cot us, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It in guaranteed to givo per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
A Eemarkablo Escape.
Mrs. Mry A. bailey, of Tunkhannock,
Ii., was atllicted for six years with Asthma
und Bronchitis, during which time the
best physicians ceuld give no relief. Her
life was despaired of, until in last Octo
ber tho procured a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery, when immediate relief was
felt, and by continuing its use for a short
time fdie was completely cured, gaining in
flesh 50 lbs. in a few months.
Free Tml Bottles of this certain cure of
all Throat and Lung Diseases at Barclay
Bros' Drug Store. Large Bottles $1.00.
The Great American Cliorns.
Snetzinir, snuffing nud coughing! This
is the music nil over tho land just now.
And will bo until June. "I've got such an
awful cold in my head." Cure it with
Ely's Cream Balm or it may end in tho
toughest form of Catarrh. Maybe you
have catarrh now. Nothing is more naus
eous aud dreadful. This remedy masters
it as no other ever did. Not a snuff nor a
liquid. Applied by the finger to tho nos
trils. Ploustnf, Certain, radical.
Paralysis Nine Years.
"After havinor suffered for 9 veari with
o ---- t,
paralysis'," says Mr. Joseph Yates, ot Pater
son, N. J., ''I was cured by Samaritan Ner
vine." Mr. Yates authorizes this state
ment. Your druggist keeps it, $1.50.
"Rough, on roughs,"
Ask for "Rough on Coughs," for coughs,
eo'ds, sore throat, honrseuess, troches, 15c.
Decline of Man.
Nervous, weakness, dyspepsia, impotence,
sexual debility, cured by "Wells' Health
Mother Swan's Worm Sjrnp.
Infallible, tasteless, cathartic; for fever
isbtxss, restlessness, worms, constipation.
Malaria is caused by Torpid Liter;
Piles by Constipation; Headache by Indi
gestion. Avoid them all by using the great
vegetable remedy, Allen's Bilious Fhysic
2j cents. At all diuggists. 7
Piluuieville, Tex.. June 29th, 1883. I
have been soiling drugs and medicines in
Texas for seven years, during which time I
have sold Merrcll's Family Medicines to
hundreds of families, to all of whom they
gave entire satisfaction, more especially did
Merrcll's Female Tonic Ague Cure, Cough
Balsam und Liver Pills meet all tbat was
claimed for tin in. H. B. Wll.LUEs.
Tain from indigestion, dyspepsia, and
too hearty eating is relieved at once by
taking one of Carter's Little Liver Pills
immediately id'tcr dinner. Don't forget
Cheap Homes iu Arkansas and Texas.
Along tho line of tho 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 world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $300 aud $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity aud comfort. Send your ad
dress to tho undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkaness and Texas,
in 1882, and makeup your mind to go and
see for yourself when you ham that the crop
for 1883 is 50 pt r cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, ono
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate it
allowed for mouey paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. TowNaKSD, Qenl Pass. Agt.