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CAIRO, JLL., SATURDAY MOUXIXU, MAY 21, WM,
hen a man Las Buffered from Rheumatism
only a little while, ana la relieved from his pain,
lie la happy ami delighted Hut suiiposo he has
Suffered for more than a
third of a century.
Alvln Grim, of Vale, Iowa, writes :
"ATHLOPIlottosliai Uelixxl Iiieinuch. Tho 0
pain In my limba ik all u:, but wmio lame- O
new Is left yet, and well tliere uiiifht be, O
fur I have bcu troubled for thirty-five
yeart with lUiauniauaiu." 0
Mrs. A. B. Baker, of Chicago,
Had rheumatic pains In her
back for fifteon years,
and Mr. Baker had been the victim of Jihe'i
iiiutLsm until his head waa drawn down over
Ids left shoulder. .Mr. Haktr writes:
Half abottleof ATiiwFMOiiosrnade 0
ma an (food u new. My wife ban taken U
the otlier half, and baa not couiplaintd of V
her back aiuce. She y ber back never was
to free from pain and aehu an it haa Uu b
aiuoe ahe haa taki-u the Aiiiloi'Uouon." O
There arc many people who think tliat
because they Lave sullen-d s ln, and
have tried so many medicines in vain, tliev
must "buffer on their threescore years.'"
Hut you see what Athloi'iiouos Las dune.
However Old your Ciuct
However (Severe your I'ulun;
However t;reut your DUuppolntrnriit,
If you cannot (ret ATHLoruoHoaof your dniirtrift,
vo wili at-nd it exim-wi paid, on iweij't of runilar
' nee -one dollar urboUR We prefer that you buy
i-. from your dnnofist. but If he hann't tt, do not l
ruad.-d to try nouittlunif eke, but ordi-T at oiicu
ui uk aa directed.
STHLOPH0R0S CO.. 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
The bet evidence In the world of the
I untjr ai;d eioellenoe of Biarkwell'a Bui!
Durham Hmkinjf T'ibaoro it found in the
fact that the fan of Ue tobacco iiiereafob
frrim y ar to year. Th: oi!d not be the
cai if It ere ruerely " fntten up to mil,"
or had any dubioua or daiitrerous iritfre
dienu In it Amoxjr iu!:hotiof uer of
all uationalitie. rurtly aome one wouid
find out if it were impure, injurious or
unpalatable. Fori yean. uiiitebarro hi
been a:knrwi-.l,rHl to l tfje l.'ti in t
world, and every year the Hull Ionium
brand mrowt more popular, the ',..-ii.a:,..l fur
I H wiuer. and miioe. r-
I hiOn ei.f iili'Mi.!if'rii i-r lt
deliclniM natural favor.
gM Akt your dealer for it.
f J Oet the ireuulne traile
rs uiark of tho DulL
d 1 1
Tliere Is no ml b:i f .1nne where
Black se!l' 1uH liurfcam
biuoklryr TuLacco us uttd.
C, W. IIKXDKHSO
No. 101 Commercial Ave..
Sole Agent foi tin: Olcbn teil
Maanfactnrer ar.l lva; in
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iran Work.
IIEADQl'A1 TF.RS J: OH
BulUlir Ha ilwnr.' ftr.rl Ci-pciitrs' To .!. 'I'ft .'c
and l'cx-ket fiitun-. bet In tne ri.irkrt. Hvrt
Hrui." Plated Kuivi i". Fork" una Sooor:'. firn'iile
Iron Ware. Herd a Eartiieiiware. ru t' Moiiclin
Kreixeri", W:iier t'oolerH. K-f'i.'er:ir, l lntbea
Wrlutrerf. t'rnwn K.uu'f. i- I.iIl1 i", t.anlen
Imiilementf. ('.olden Mar Oil Slow- lift in 'he
world. I.uia of i verv (liorl. linf. KUin Oil.
Car,iit Swe. per!", F atlier HntiT". I!-ooni. Win
dow Screen Wire Cioih, Full m;n lj' ol l';.h n
Tne alxe -t rocic hu't i'n pr.ee.
t'oruer lJih aud Comm riia Awiine, Cairo. HI.
Telephone No. 1i
(JAIRO OI'KKA HOUSE.
Three Xifflits ami Grand Family Jla
tinee. MAY 22iul, 23rd and 21-tli.
The G-eat ud Oria nul
and Gold and Silver (1 It Show; I'r isrnmmo ex
traordinary from lLL'innln' to end, iiiclu Icb
that Wonder of Wonder,
Dreaming and Waking,
tuu floatlnsln mld-alr without any vinible support
ae lever before pre-ented to the public.
A large number of
Useful and Valuable Presents
Ijfiven away at eadi perfonuauee.
riRemnmhcr thero I hut cue orlin il H-cman
and ho will ponlilv ly apiienr as aliovd menlloin d
'rce an u mil. R-nerved at all", without extra
churuo, now on le at nuilar'i" Jewc'ry ftora
J!he Daily Bulletin.-
n 3fc USt ?to Hp 2
M t t t
Execution of Latham Stevona at
Wavorly, Ohio, for tho Murdar
of Andorson Lockaloy.
rhe Third of a IVo Who Killed an Old
Man for a Paltry Two Hun
Charles 13. Caik, the Wife Murderer,
Suffers ihs Extreme Penalty at
Lttlle Valley, New York.
Wavkkly, O., May 23. Latham Ste
vens slept well from midnight till awak
ened by .sheriff Jones at seven o'clock
I his muriilnj;. He ate a li'lit breakfast
utid told liev. Mr. Shaw, his Methodist
adviser, that he had made his peace with
God. Hie death warrant was read to
Stevens at elht o'clock. He listened
calmly. He had been dressed lor thu
execution an hour before and had oc
cupied his time in devotion.
At 10 a. in. Stevens Mint for his vic
tim's brother and confessed piannlns; the
robbery, but not the murder. He asked
fornivom -s, w hich was granted. He said
he hoped to meet Anderson Lackey in
Heaven. The doomed man was led upou
the scaffold at 1:U3. While being pin
ioned Stevens said : "I st.ind here to die.
liod has foriiiveii me. I have nothing
ajuin.'.t anybody : no feeling acainst any
one on earth. I hope God has b esed
me." He was dead in seven minutes after
the drop fell. His neck was broken and
death wa.f instui.taneous.
Stevens' base of operations as a coun
terfeiter was Jackson County, U., and
learning that Anderoa I.ookiley, an old
man, hu'l recently sel i a team of horses
for jfL'O't which was secret din his house,
Stevens a.-r.ed Luke and Wm. Jones, his
former associates in crime, to help him in
the robbery of Lockslty. They readily
?oit!v.'iited ami on Saturday, March SSI,
I .".;, two of the men entered the house,
Hi" third relnai'imgout.-i'le to keep watch.
Approaching the bed where the victim lay
iek and almost help!es the desperado
demanded his "money or his life," at the
aine time flourishing a cotipie of re
volvers. The old man jumped from bed
to grapple with the robbers, but iu an in
ft -mt Luke Jones sent a bail through his
heart ami the oid man fell back ui: his bed
Their arrest followed immediately and
the Jones brothers were convicted and
h :L'ed l-'ebru.iry last. Iu the first
trial of Stevens the jury failed to agree,
oue of the jurors being opposed to capi
tal puiii.-hir.eiit. A second trial follow
ed, wheu a cfrnge of venue was taken to
l':ke County, where Stevens was tried a
third tinii', found guilty and sentenced to
A Life for a Life.
Bi mi.'i, X. V., May lio. A special
to the t'.'.itiinj Xnrx from Little Valley,
X. V., s:iys Ch ir.i s B. Clark was hanged
atll a. m., for the murder of his wife
December 1, 1m3.
tiik ( liivip..
Oi.kav, X. V., May .'3. Charles 15.
Clark, who was hanged to-day In Little
Valley, Cattaraugus County, for the mur-
h r o! h'.s wife in the town of Faruicrf-
illelut December, (Jovernor Cleveland
i:ivit g refused to grant a reprieve, has
mule a statement in regard to the trag dy
tnd the cav-e hading to it, substantially
is fuiiows: Clark is thirty years old.
He was .married in the winter of
'.i to Maitlia Marble, the sixteen-
year-old daughter of Edwin Marble, a
well-to-do farmer of Farmington. After
the marriage they went to live ou a farm
dii the Lyndon and irankliuviile town
line. A year after they were married a
:hild was born. Ciark drank occasion
ally, but says he was not Intemperate.
ihev lived awhile on this larm, and
Uieu went to live on another
farm which Mrs. Clark's father
ha I purchased adjoining his own.
Ciark complains that his father-in-law
did not act generous. y by them, as ho
save his daughter nothing to start them
in the world with except a two-year-old
heifer. lue day last fall Anson Clement,
a friend of Clark's, cailed at the hitter's
house, and asked him to go with him to
Ku.-hford, which lie did. hen he re
turned home ho had been drinking. His
wife refused to get him any supper,
and took their child and went
to her father's. Ciark tried persist
ently to induce her to return to
him! He frequently visited her at her
father's and met her at parties and danced
with her, but she declared she would
never live with him again. "The only
reason she gave," :iys Clark, "was that
1 drank. But I do not think that was her
reason at all. There was another person
to whom she hoped to go aftei she had
rid herself of me. I kuow who it was,
but no good can come of mentioning his
uame uow ,"
a Ki:w hays iu:i'o!:k tub tiuc.kdy
Clark went to Cuba, New York, aud
bought some cloth to make his little boy
a suit of clothes, da December III, he
went to his wife's father's to ask his wife
how the clothes should be made.
"I asked if she w ould let the baby go
over to my mother, to let her make the
clothes," 'said Clark. ".My wife refused
to let him go. Then I replied that he
should go, and that I would take him to
my mother's that very night. My
wife was sitting by a loom, weav
ing. A large butcher knife lay near her.
When I said that tho boy should go to my
mother's she came up to me with the
knife. 'I'll see whether you'll take
him,' sha said, and struck at ine with the
knife. I threw up my arm and wanted
off the blow and started for tho door. As
I took hold of the knob she stabbed lire
In the hnnd, making a gash from which
the blood spurfed in a big stream. I put
up my hand nud pushed her away. Sshe
struck at nle- again with the knife, and
again I warded it off. Then I took
my revolver from my pocket. She
stiuek it from my hand aud it fell on
tho Iloor. We both sprang to get pos
session of it. I got it and she lunged
at me again with the knife. I grabbed
her right wrist with my left hand and
held her from stabbing. She grasped my
right wrist and held my hand with tho
revolver In it above my head. We were
each striving to prevent the other from
doing any hartu. I cocked the revolver
as It was held above my head aud
PVM.KD TIIK TRIUGKH.
I did not know tho piatol was pointing
down .toward her. She lt go raj wrist
and I finshed her back against tho loom.
I s.aw blood on her neck. I started lor
the door again, when she sprang after me;
once more with tho knilo iu her hand.
Casting her baeK against the wall I fled
out of the door. This was between four
and five o'clock on Saturday afternoon. I
went home and changed my clothes and
started on foot through tho woods for
Bradford, l'a. I was captured there.
The strugg!e between my wife and lue
lasted not mure lliau a minute. It seems
that Mrs. Clark was alone iu the house
when her husband called on the fatal (lay.
She was found dead on the iloor by her
brother, who came in from feeding his
stock on.hearlng the pistol shot. Mrs.
Clark was said to be the handsomest wo
nxan In that part of the couutry."
When Clark was arrested he attempted
to commit suicide by cutting his thrvut.
He Is the eldest of live children, and the
family is one of the best in Cattaraugus
County. Clark was found guilty of the
crime in February.
Llconss for a Trade Tribunal.
rirrsiiLKon, I'a., May 23. This
morning in the Court of Common
l'ioas a petition was filed by part of
the iron and rolling mill firms of Alle
gheny County, praying for the grant
ing of a license for a trade tribunal
uuder thd Wallace act providing
for voluntary trades tribunals. The
petition sets forth that owing to a
dispute between the employers and
the employes in this judicial district a
suspension of work is probable. Judge
Stowe heard tho application and an
nounced that if nothing interpose the
license would be granted to-morrow. It
is uuderstood that a petition from the
workmen's side, which is necessary, will
come from those outside of the Amalga
mated Association, as the latter are
strongly opposed to the settlement of the
troubles by arbitration.
MASK HALL HUKVlTIES.
Score of Games Played on Wednesday,
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis Unions, 10 ;
Columbus, ( -Colu tubus, C; St. Louis,
Cincinnati, (J, Cincinnati L'nio!i, 10;
Xew York Xew Yorks, 7; Bostons, 1.
.... Metropolitans, C; Washingtous, 3.
Indianapolis, hid. Louisviiles, 12; In
dianapolis, 2. "
Philadelphia, Pa. Athletics, 8; Alle
gheny's, 1 Providences, 12; Philadel-
Baltimore, Md. Baltimore, Z; Brook
Chicago, 111. Chicago Unions, 10; Bai
Buffalo, X. Y. BufUIos, 8; De
i:i-IIor CLAItKSOX'S SCCCES-SOlt.
Kev. Dr. Worthinirton Elected on the
omaha, Xku., May 2;. The Council of
the Xebraska Diocese of the Protestant
Episcopal Church on the twenty-second
ballot elected lie v. Dr. Worthingtou, of
Detroit, Michigan, as Bishop of Xe
braska, iu the place of Bishop Clarkson,
It Was His Own Daughter.
Mattoox, III., May 23. A man named
C'auovtr recently came here from Indiana
and settled down. At night brickbats,
rocks, eggs, etc., were thrown at his
Louse, lie offered a reward for the de
tection of the miscreants. Three young
mcu.caught Catiover's daughter iu the
let of liring missiles at the house. Can
aver w ould give them no reward and they
sued him. Oil trial yesterday it was
ascertained that Canover's daughter
wanted the family to go back to Indian
apolis. Three Railroad Men Drowned Near Port
Detroit, Micu.,. May 23. At Port
Huron this morning a row boat upset on
the river. Train Dispatcher Charles
Mooney and Baggageman John Ford, and
Brakeman Thomas Mclvwen, all of the
Chicago & Grand Truuk Uailway, were
drow ned. The bodies have not yet been
Was Ha Murdered?
MtLWAt'KKK, Wis., May 23. John
Schoot, a traveling man, became intoxi
cated with friemls a week ago Tues
day, and was left in the evening at a
questionable resort. He wad not heard
of again till his body was dragged
from the river near the house where
he was left, with a bullet hole iu his
breast. The 83oU which he had is miss
ing. The detectives believe he was mur
dered. Hiss Hazzard Heard From.
Cincinnati, O., May 23. An uuknown
woman seut a telephone message to an
acquaintance of Miss hazzard, the young
woman mi.ssiug since last Friday, saying
that she was iu a boarding-house in Chi
cago, on Xorth avenue. It is supposed
the woman had received a letter from
Miss Hazzard. Information not yet cor
roborated. A Colored Valedictorian.
Atlanta, III., May 23. The High
School commencement exorcises took
place last uight at Murphy's Hall before
an immense audience. A colored youth
read tho wVedictory.
Ferdinand Ward couldn't get ball aud
had to go to Ludlow Street Prison.
The American end of the Bennett cable
"ias been landed at Kockport, Mass.
Johu Oiman, wife and grown daughter
were burned to death at Portsmouth, O.
Thomas Ryan was renominated for
Congress by the liejiublleausof the Fourth
James C. Flood, of San Francisco, la
iolng to establish a branch of the Nevada
Bank In London.
Judge Edwin C. Maxwell luw been nom
inated for Governor by the Greeubackers
of West Virginia.
General Butler has accepted the nomin
ation of the National Anti-Monopoly
party for PresUlmt.
Two men named Thompson and Cook
were fatally Injured by a railroad acci
dent at K.irus City, Pa
Henry Hays, a Daviess County (Ky.
farmer, was found dead In his bed, with
three pistol shots in bis body.
Ellett, Demcy t Co., wholesale dry
goods dealers ot Richmond, Va., hav
WguctrtJ.lftbilltles, 200,000. ,
A TITLED VILLAIN,
Lord St. Looaarda Pound Guilty of
Criminal Assault by a Jury
of His Countrymen.
The Court Defers the Passage of Sentence
oa the Rascal Until the
A Mass Meeting of Socialists Broken Up
by the Police Near BsxlinMany
of the Leaders Arrested.
i-onn sr. i.ko.vahds food gviliy.
London, May 23. Lord St. Leonards,
recently arrested for an alleged assault
on Miss Kinina Cole, a pretty yoong
domestic employed by a friend whom
he had been vi.-ittug, was Indicted for
criminal assault before the court to
day. Miss Cole related the details of
the assault: That when Lord St. Leon-'
arils rang the door bell hc let him
iu. Hie Lordship was druuk, aud fol
lowed h.r into her room, where ho
caught hold of her, and threw her to
the fl mr and succeeded In accomplish
ing his purpose, she during the timo
using every exertion to escape. On be
ing cross-examined she stated she had
held her preseut situation only a fort
night previous to the assult; before
going to her present place she was un
employed for eight months; admitted that
she once stayed out all night, bat
denied that she slept in the house of
questionable repute; said she stopped
that night with lriends. She was closely
questioued as to her manner of living be
fore she took service with her present
employer. She admitted that at one time
she wan on intimate terms with a man;
tli.it was some years ago, aud since that
time she had not been even familiar with
the man claimed; had since her Indis
cretions been leading a virtuous life, en
deavoring to become a truly Christian
woman. At the conclusion of Miss Coles'
testimony, the jury mired Mid soon re
turned a verdict of guilty. Sentence 1ms
been deferred until t.'ie next session of
GLADSTONE ACCTSKD Ol' EVASION.
Lom.ox, May 23. The Pal! Mill Ua-z-.Vxn
accuses Gladstone of evasion iu re
gard to the Egyptian Conference, and be
lieves that he is giving way to France on
the questiou of international control in
Egypt, but does not wish the public to
know such disaster is ou the cards.
In the Commons to-day Fitzmauric.',,
I uder Secretary, stated that no news had
been received from General Gordon since
April 10, and further that a confidential
message had been sent General Gordon.
Mudir Dougola believes the messenger
entered Khartoum and is unable to re
turn. "The Mahdi," Lord Edmunds
said, at El Uabet, "reported that his fol
lowers would prevent him from
going to the White Xilc. Gladstone
stated that no deliuite news had been re
ceived concerning affairs at Berber,
or Dongola,- but that the reports were re
assuring. He refused to make any state
ment about the reports of Muhdi Dongo
JkMKKICAN SIXfliriTKS IN LONDON.
London, Maj 21. American Railway
securities opened quiet to-dar and the
changes as compared with last evening's'
closing were only fractional. The excep
tion w.-is Reading, w hich declined 1 l-i to
1 1-4. Lake Shore advanced now M
3-4, Erie 15 7-8, Reading 14 to 14 1-5,
Erie second'; declined 1-8, now Co 3-,
Canadian Pacific 4S 1-8, St. Paul 1-8 lower,
now 71 1-8. United States bonds ad
vanced 1-2, 4 per cents. 123, 4 l-2s, 113
London, May 23. The Manchester
ship canal bill has passed the Select
Committee of the House of Lords to
which it was submitted. The only
change in the original' draft of the bill
is in regard to the time at which the
work shall be commenced. The com
mittee recommend that work be not
begun until live million pounds sterling
has been subscribed.
London, May 20. Yomatave advices
of May 'J state that General Milot has
noUtied the foreign Consuls that a block
ade will soea be declared along the en
tire coast. The Hovas are still in force
near the Frencn lines. The French ro
fuse further negotiations, insisting upon
their protectorate already demanded.
Paius, May 23. Prince Victor Napo
leon, In a letter to an afternoon paper,
denies the story recently published to the
effect that he had quarreled with his
father, Prluce Jerome, and Intended, on
account of the rupture, to leave the hit
ter's house and reside iu his own apart
ments. F.utis, May 29. The J!rpu'Avue Fran
oiise condejiins, tho proposal of the
Government to increase the duties on
cereals and cattle as benefiting the agri
culturalists at the expense of the consum
ers. If the bill passes, it urges that
otlier industries demand similar advan
tages. Tlie revolutionary papers appeal to
workmen to meet at La Chaise Cemetery
Sunday to honor the graves of dead Com
munists. French transports arc conveying sev
eral battalions of marines from Tunqulu
Miulster Morton has written to Mr.
Ferry denying that tho House of Repre
setatives rejected the bill reducing the
duty on works of art to ten per cent, or
that the Houso applauded the vote.
Bkici.ix, May 23. A mouster meeting
of Socialists and worklngnieu was held
in tho forest near Berlin last evening,
They wero addressed by a number of
prominent Socialists who denounced tho
present mode of Government taxation,
claiming that the burden fell upou tho
Workingmen. They also advise agitation
by the workingmen for a reduction of tho
hours of labor. Before any action was
taken In regard to adopting resolutions
favoring a reduction of the hours of labor
and tax, the police made a descent ou tho
crowd, dispersing them and arresting
eleven of the most prominent persons
connected with the meeting.
Bkhun, May 24. Captain Heutsch,
conderannd to nine years' servitude, has
been placed In prison at Halle,
KraewLl, condemned to three and a
half yiW Imprisonment In a fortress
has petltlonod to he placed In Fortress
KoonJgAUln, ; ' .'. J;
MontkkaI., May 23. It is reported
that the Bank of Montreal exported
8S,000,UOO iu gold to .New York during
the recent financial troubles.
A Boston Failwe.
Bos i on, Mass., May 23. Jos. B.
McDonald, of Woburn, a lumber dealer,
has assigned. Liabilities, $123,000.
Paper Mill Burned.
MoHitisrow.v, Pa., May 23. The
Eureka Paper Mill at Bridgeport was
destroyed by flro this morning. Loss
Failure at Richmond, Va.
Nkw Yokk, May 23. A private dis
patch just received from Richmond, Va.,
st.ites II. C. Blanchard, a large coffee
dealer in that city, has failed.
Seven Days' Failures.
Nkw York, May 23. The failures for
the last seven days, a reported to R. G.
Dun & Co., are: United States, 212;' Can
ada, 20; total, 23'1 ; increase over last
Execution of Leonidas Johnson.
' Mctio.Noiiii, Ga., May 23. Leonldas
Johu.son was executed here to-day for the
murder of Mrs. Cook, wife of a Henry
County fanner on the 2d of February,
Fkkmont, (J., May 23. The I. O. O. F.
block at Helena was destroyed by fire
last night. The lodge loses everything,
including the records. Metzger A Cook,
merchants, lose a large part of their
stock. Insurance SS,000, which only
partly covers the loss.
A Child Foully Murdered.
lliLt.sD.w.K, Mica., May 23. A six-
years-old-daughter of Wm. Dycke, ono
mile cast of here, was criminally assault
ed and murdered by unknown men last
night. Her body was found in the
bushes, the head crushed with stones;
Grant's Farm Mortgaged.
Sr. Lons, Mo., May 23. The mort
gage of General Grant's farm to Wm.
H. Viinderbilt was recorded yesterday
in the ollice of the Recorder of St.
Louis County at Clayton. Tho farm
is situated ou the Gravois Road, and
contains iUQ acres. The amount of the
mortgage is 100,000.
The Penn Bank Resumes.
Pn rsm niiii, Pa., May 23,3:30 v. M.
The Penn Bank opened its doors for
business at 1 :30 p. m. The counter was
immediately crowded with depositors. It
is stated they now have total resources
of $1,130,000. The bank is liable for de
posits to the amount of JlS,000. Some
of the heaviest depositors have agreed
not to withdraw their deposits inside of
from thirty to sixty days. This agree
ment is said to cover about $350,000.
This reduces the liabilities to $'W8,000,
with resources of over a million.
M VIIKET UErOIiTS.
Grain and Provisions.
Cotton Steady; mlddtnr, 1 1 3 II V o.
FlXM.'K-HUM'ly; XXX to ohoice, Sil.ftViJ4.70i
W mkat liower; No. 2 Hod, 11.1331.124;
No. 3 l(j'l, ll.'ti'v
Cons-S'endy: No. J mixed, HI &Xc ;
No. t white mixed, filiirfU'tc.
O ITS-Weaker; No. a. UI V'II o.
Kvk Weak: No. X rtt'et-'-jO.
Ton M co Kinn; lus common to eholoe,
S'l.l.V'ilO.OH; leal': common red loaf, ts.uoj
lo.iai; milium to Bond t ia.5K'17.5tt.
HAV-Pruirie Jlg.Oi for prime; $U.0fl5.n0
for choice; mixed l;H14 for common to
prune; timothy tlftalS lor prime to choice;
fa icy, .2ii.ii.
IlLTiKK Weak; choice to fancy creamery
lH'it-'V: dairy, elioiee to lauey, l.V&lTc; low
Hons Mea.ly, at 10",c.
I'OT'.TpKs-New: choice sellinr at $i.7VvJ
a.ii pur burrt!, top rate for (food sized.
UoccipUi t'xir. Nothing dolmr in old
1'ouK Dull: Btundnrd mess, Jltt.7V217.2o;
hard side. $16.37'.,.
I.Ann steady; prim" steam. 7yWe.
ilAco.N l.onjrs, S'-.uUe; shorts, ti)4cs
cletir ntia. Sy.'.si4f
Wool, Tuli-washed, elioleo, tH'&tU.'; filir 'Hl'
Hie; diniry and low Ml -". L iiwaslied choieo
medium Jr.Vd'i." se; good n ei ujo medium -0"
'le; selected liirlit line lii-lle; pood avenue
17 'ISc; heuvv H.GJ.tle; eninliinir, blood, 'M
(, 2 ; comliimr, low irrades, KVihe.
Hides Ouiet; dry Hint.. 17e; dam
Hired. He; bulls or sia.rs, Itle; dry
suited, l ie; dry suited, damaged, lie; kip an I
edit', silted, s 'c; ila inu'ed, '4e; hulls and
Biiitrs, iV'.jC; green, uuciii'cd, 7',e; daiiiiied,
MiKKf T'ki.ts Steady; trreen, 70T,snf.j dry
do, viir.Ttkj., us to amount and jua!lt y of wool;
irreen shearlings, I'm; dry do, lihit"o; lam'J
Wheat Sti nlv: No. 2 Red. June. SUVjU.
' Com Steady; No.
oats Lower; No,
mixed, .May, le:
mixed, May, Mie;
I'iiovisions Pork Quiet; spot mess, $17.0)
GU.75; Lard-Dull; steam. June, JMJ.-,,
WnET-riteady; May, S'.i'i; Juno, V)a;
July, ! '.; Auifiisl. til'-jc; S ptember, HO.
Cons Lower; May, M'e; Juno, Woj
July, 57c; Autru.M, .V'jc.
DATS Weaker; .May, ; June, HUSO;
Jul v. .'K r: Aiurust, 2U'iC.
PoiiK-H'lier: Juno, fis.70; July, $1S.70;
Antrim!, $M.V: iKtober, $17. 7.
Laud si ion xer; June, $S. ?,'i; July,
$H.H7'i'.kH.0; August, $S.IM.
Shout Kiu Juno, t.27'.i; July, $-S.;i7'i;
Live Stock Mark ale.
Hons Reilpts, III.UO0; ft 'tivo; prices
fiioo ,)iiirti-; IlKht, $."..110,1:1.1(6; Miuit
lutckinir, $..ut 5.i; heavy packing and ship
pliitr, $ .4iKa".7u.
I'ATTI.K Keeeipts, it.lOOi stioaflr; 5-A Wo
ltitflier; exports, i.VJ.ati.sO: pond to elioiee
slopping, frt.lo-iii.SJ; common to fair, $ii.5."4
MiBKt Receipts, lii.ifl); steady; common !o
fair, $:.'.')Uu,t.uu; medium to elio.ee, $i.'iOJ
Cattle Pteadv; otr steers, $rt.40iJil a":
Kood to choice "cleer. $ 'i.Vf.vi.Vr, Inir to
medium. $.!.V.iu.',; men, f l.vi j,.').-'o: mock
ers steady; Weee:-n, ll.Vhii.'iO.
SlINKC-Dull. weak arid lower; 0 inmou to
Kood, fcJ.TMJ.iW; choice to extra, .:!
Western lumlis, $l-VI',l .
Hons Active; llirlit to jrood Yorkers,
$.V.".5.W; good mediums, J.i.'xi'ii't.uj; plus,
Catti. Receipts, not reported; nnllvo
Stiwrs, UI3 to !.' lbs. HYcr.lKU, $.V.ii4e. tU.
ous HeeHliitH, 5.000s weak and 5o to mo
lower: Kits of ITU to M lbs. averutfe $n.U5J
(;; mainly at tfi.VikUi-U
Hhkkp lleoelpis, nil; nulot; natives, 7T
to Itt lbs avoiiiKe, at $4.00 ,!.:.'.
Honey and Siooka.
Kkw Yoiik, May SI. Money 4 per cent.)
exchange quiet at 4srtfHn: liovernineti'i
tirm; ourroucjv fl'a, tit bid; 4 1, coupon, 1-iiH
bid; 4V. 1U-"i bid. Hinee' lu writing' thn
market ha been Irreirular and weak, liveiy
attempt to manipulate a Mnokas boii tnot by
tiuarp aulllrur, ami prlees hate bono, kept with
in Xretlou V in? kw$ nvsg.
To All Whom It May Concern.
The hair goods taken from tho store of
Mrs. Eaiily Bowers and hidden, by Tom
Clarkson, havo been returned ; anil the busi
ness will bo henceforth entirely under the
control and ownership of the undersign,
witli Mrs. Amanda Clarkson as agent.
2t Emily Bowers.
Two pleasant furnished rooms to rent, on
Tth St. Apply to
lvv Mrs. S. E. Wili.ia.msox.
Fifteen or twenty men wanted at onco
to work on the Texas & St. Louis It. U. at
Bird's Point. Free transportation; wages
11.50 per day. Apply at Hailroad House.
Notice to Stock Owners.
Owners of begs, horses, inulep, etc., are
hereby notified that the ordinance prohibit
ing stock from miming at lnre will be a
law t n Monday, May 2b'th, and that it will
be rigidly enforced on and after that date,
lw Louis II. My Ens.
The undersigned wishes to form classes
in the higher branches, languages and
music, also wishes to secure the custom in
tuning instruments in Cairo. O. E. Rein
muellcr, basement Oeimati Lutheran Church
13th Street. 3t
These arc Solid Facts.
The hist blood purifier and system regu
lator ever placed w ithin tho reach ot suf
fering humanity, truly is Electric Bitters.
Inactivity of tho Liver, Biliousness, Jaun
dice, Constipation, Weak Kidneys, or any
disease of the urinary organs, or whoevir
requires an appetizer, tonic or mild stimu
lant, will always find Electric Bitters thn
best and only certain cure known. They
art surely and quickly, every bottle guar
anteed to :ivc! entire satisfaction or money
refunded. Sold at fifty cents' a bottle by
Barclay Bros. (4)
bucKien's Armea salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, 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
'J5 cent9 per bux. For sale by Barclay
A Remarkable Escape.
Mrs. Mary A. Uailcy, of Tunkhannock,
Ta., was afflicted for six yctirs with Asthma
and Lroncnitis, during which time the
best pliysicinns c uld give no relief. Her
life wns despaired of, until in Inst Octo
ber she procured a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery, when immediate relief wa3
felt, and by continuing its uso for a short
time she was completely cured, gaining in
flesh &0 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.
The most delicate persons enjoy taking
Emory's Little Cathartic Fills, give a whole
some appetite, put new life in a broken-
down body. 15 cents. (5)
frlfln the Diamond Dyes more coloring
is given than in any known Dyes, and they"
give luster and more brilliant colors. 10c.
at all druggists. Wells, Richardson & Co.,
Burlington, t. Sample Card, 32 colors,
and book of directions for 2c. stamp.
A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall. Mich
offer to send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic
Beit atiil Electric Appliances on trial, for
thirty days, to men, old aud yonng, afflict
ed with nervous debility, lost vitality, and
many other diseases.
See advertisement in t Ii is paper. 1
ThoTI p Plasters hnvo a wonderful sale,
and why? Because they cure backache,
stiff joints, pain in the side and all soreness
in any part. People appreciate them. Any
druggist, 23 cts. (11)
Better 1 liau Diamonds
and of greater value than fine gold is a
great tonic aud renovator like Kidney-Wort.
It expels all poisonous humors from the
blood, tones up tho sj stem and by acting
directly ou the most important organs of
tho body stimulates them to healthy action
and restores health. It has effected many
marvel us cures and for all Kidney diseases
and other kindred troubles it is an invalu
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and brrken
of your rest by a 6ick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low 's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon if, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrlm'a, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wiml colic, softens tho gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of one of the oldest aud best female
nurses and physicians in the United States,
mid is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Cheap Iiomea in Arkansas and Texas.
Along tho lice 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 the world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $300 and $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 Arksntss and Texas,
in 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
for 1883 is 00 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
tho Company, and paying one-fourtb, odc
half, or all CHsh, a proportionate rebate it
allowed formouey paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
If. C. Townsesd, GenT Pass. Agt.
Bt. Louis, Mo,