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CAIRO, ILL, SUNDAY MOItNINd, MAY 25, liiiH,
Vt henamanhasBulTerel from Rheumatism
only a Ulllo while, and Is relieved from his pain,
If is happy ana delighted. Hut supposo he has
Suffered for more than a
third of a century.
O Alvln Crlm, of Vale, Iowa, writes : 0
"a"hlopuoboiiUiui1ic1:ci1 inoumch. ThoU
rain in myliiiiUliiallKoiiK.uuioniolamii-
uem la left yit, and wi ll th.ru mlKht In-,
Jlt 1 have U-cu troubled fur thirty-ate O
years with Uheuwatiaui."
Mrs. A, 15. Baker, of Chicago,
Had rheumatic pains In her
back for fifteen years,
: ;.J Mr. Baker had been tho victim of :hi"i
ir..if.Lstn until his head was drawn down over
i.H li.lt shoulder. Mr. Maker writes:
" Half a bottle of Ath lopiiokos made e
Jmtu Kood a new. My wifa liaii taken t)
V tU otlnr lialf, and baa not complaint-d of t
S bar back aiuca. Hbe nay br Isua never was W
0 so free from pain and aUm an ,t ban lx en
'3 aiuca the had Ukeu Uto A I ULoi-uuUua." t)
There are many people who think that
! e unse tlioy have sullerod go Ion;.', and
'.. i tried so many medicines in vain, they
. t "sufl'er on their threescore years.'
.t you see what Atiii.ophouos. had dune.
However Old your ('na't
However Severe your I'ulua;
.Mowever ireat your Disappointment,
Tf you cannot (ret A niLoi'iiohosof your dnvirirt,
1 will piid it (ii-mn paid, ou rl t of rvilar
i --one dollar r bottle. WVinf.r that you buy
"in your drunrmt. but If h hwt It, do not bo
.'-uadt-d to try aoiutUiiiia ihtv, but order at oi.cu
. ju ua a directed.
..THLOPrlOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
sxtt. i'.ti. Vi it tt. tt. 4
ft I t Mf
The Unt audi-nea In tho world of the
l urlty and no Hence of l(la-kwU'i Bull
Durham Kmokii.if Tobacco fuundin the
fact that the fan.e of lh;e tobacco iricrea
from year to year. Tim could not be the
cae if it were n.erely " f.tu-u up to aell,"
orliad any dLib.oim or ibi. r ua itKre
iiruX in it Amon nniho!.. ,.f u.-ns of
all ia;; 'iislrtie. fiirely acino ol mould
Arid out if it were In. cure, irjarlou or
unpalatable, for l yearn th t. .lat-ro ha
bwn atkiiowlcbed to be the ti in iA
uirl.l, and every year tho Hull burtKim
brand r a n.ore popular. the d ina-.d for
It wider, ai:il rri.r-k- in
more nthu:atic o tr it
delictuua natural flaror
Apk your deal-r ! r it.
liet th Ktuiiine trade
mark of the hull.
No. lllli roinmen-iiil Ave.,
Sole Asrt-nt foi the ("clehrutt'tl
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iran Wo
Kuibkrs' lt'lww and ('i-pciiter?' Tod'.TaVe
and Pocket I uii-ry, beet In the rurket. Ko.-eri
Hro.' I'laled Ku!v'H. Fork uiiu Mmon. (minne
lrou Ware. Her. in Kurtiiemvare. 'n t Mountain
Freezes'. Wuier Cooler!', U-M,rr cloth. 8
Wrlniferi". frown Fitttcr-. M I1 Ii'ul.-n. (i.ir len
Implement, (iolilen Mar Oil Stov "''t in the
world. I.anipn of everv (U ri. tio". KUin Oil.
fur.et Swe.-per, F r.lher Dn-t.-r-. It-oom-. win
rlow Sc ueu rt':re Colli, Fml m.-plv o! Firh 11.4
Tnu alioc "t rocK ho'.t mi pr.ee.
Corner lJ:h and (.' oiuiucrcU Avenue, (.'alio, 111.
Telephone No. 'i.
(Success'.' r to Chm T. Newlaipl an. I
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave, bet. Tenth ami Ele
OA1KO. : : : 11-.
U Iva Wei F rcenml Lift P.tmix fu a!Ucl and
pnt'up. Aunt for the L'eh brated
"BUCKEYE FOKCE rUMI1',
the beH pump ever Invented. New (in Fixture
fnrnlhed to order. O.il Fixtures repaired and
fcSrJohblnit prompWy attended to. 310 tl
By ME DDIS & S0UT1IWICK
971 acres of Liin i,
In lUllnrd rouniy, Ky., tearly orpoeitu
at Court HoitfO Door, in I.oul'viile, Kv .
MONDAY7, JUNE 2d, 18S4,
ut I 1 A. M.
A trim-eei cf th creditor- i t P. . llerr, dec d,
I will, on Monday, .I11110 2d, 11. at U a. m.,at Uiu
Court lloue door. In the cir of I.oiib vllle, l-.,
oil to the liliiltcst bidder, H"t acre of river bot
tom and hill laud. In lUlurtt Coiintv. Kv. nearly
opponlte Cairo III., known a part ofllio cochrau
tract and ailjniiittut the John Iioie on,) tunit
anndacr.a I . r further pariicttlara ddro tho
TKUMSotio third caflt, balance In 1 and 8
yearn, with 0 uercuit. interest and lien.
' .JOHN L 1IEKU, Vrnntoo.
MEDDI8 A 80UTHWICK, AuclloiicoiB, Loilla-
n wiaer, aim cn.os. r i
delictuua natural flaror
FWJ) A.k your d';-r f' r it. 'a
lip liet the iren iime tra le- rJ
Uiark of the l!uU. f
Thereit nomirh:i f 'lore w!:eio my
ltlacknell' Hull Durham R-Vc
BLAZES IN OIL
Destruction by Firo of tho Atlantii
Refining acd Parafllno Works
Adjacent Property Elowa Up to Preveir
the Puruicr Spread of the
A B'g Oil Fire in Progress at Huntet'i
Point, Long IslanJ Another
Piiii.tiiKi.piiiA, 1'a., May Lightning
Htruck a lare tank of crude oil at tin
Atlantii: Ketlidng t'otiiiaiiy in the couth
em poitluii of the city lat tiiht. Th
flumes could hot lie Hiibdued all niht. A
doen storaue tanks have bur-t and con
M'lcrable burning oil ecaiMl. Mffurtt
are bi.in inade to run off the remainder
Tho l'aralliiie works, consisting of fcev
eral brick buildings, are nl-o d-6ti'oyeL
Although tho it trf property and rellnerj
are in datifp, it U thought they will b
saved. It is Impossible to estimate th(
extent of loss exactly, but it is ovei
11 :-0 a. in. The oil property in th
vicinity of the burning Atlantic oii-reiin
inir tanks Is considered in peril. Appli
cation has been made by Wiiliain Klkius
proprietor of the lielmont (il Woiks
located between the Atlantic Company',
property and the l'oint llreez -(ias Works
t the C hicf of l'oiiee to put the police
ttii' Stockley In service, which was done
Mr. Klkius aNo made application to Gen
eral II irtranft, commatidi r of the S'att
luiiitia, to send details from the Key-tout
ISutlery to iA'K up the tanks of the Ikl
luoiit Works, aud thus stve property and
prevent the lire from spreutfiLy; . ,,o the
CJas Works. .
At this hour fi':;;o p. m.) the -ifiatiou
is ut.chaii.'d. There is no i'.iiiin diate
pro-pe' I of the lire spreading. The oil
is burning ih rceiy, and the project ol
piercing the io.uon barrel tank by cannon
ball.- to tit aw orf the oil i uu kr con.-id-er.itii.u.
A cannon ha- been placed in
po.-itiott, but the oI!icia;s are cautious of
the surrounding pnpeitv. Tiie ij'inout
nil Work- and lias Works ar; regarded
as Sitfe. The los-. it is said, wid reach
Another Oil Fire at Kuuter'a Point.
Nkw Vuhk, May 24. At noon to-day an
oil tank at Hunter's I'oint, L. I., ignited
and bursted, causing a terrible explosion.
The lire giitud considerable headway.
It is impossible at this hour to estimate
Still Another Oil Fixe.
Ci.kvki.ami, (., May 24. During a vio
lent thunder storm last night, lightning
struck a petroleum tank at the Kxcelsior
Works, glanced add in-tautly struck and
tired a thirty thousand barrel tank at tiitf
Star IJeliuiiig Vor!s, one mile di.-tant.
The tank contained six thousand barrels
of oil, which burned until four o'clock
this morning. Ui, 15,000; insured.
Till: WIDOWS I,K(A Y,
Which Her Fathcr-m-Law Triad to De
prive Her of, Given Her by a
Athkns Mty 21. A suit has just
been ended here of gnat interest, owing
to the prominence of the parties in tho
social world. Some years ago Mr.
Bowdre I'hini.y, sou of the Hon. Ferdi
nand Phini.y, l'residcnt of the Georgia
Kuilroad Company, and a millionaire,
married Miss Mary Lou Yancey, daugh
ter of Benjamin C. Yancey, and niece of
the lute ex-Senator William C. Yancey.
The union of two such distinguished
families was the cause of great
social intere-t. Sometime later Mr.
Bowdre l'hinlzy died, leaving his estate
to his widow, his father, Mr. Ferdinand
l'liiiii.y being the executor. T;te income'
of the estate thin le!t to the widow was
$2,111)') a year, which Mr. l'hinizy paid for
one year and then ceased. Ho gave as a
reason that the sum was more than w as
necessary for her support. Mrs. l'hinizy
employed ex-Senator Pope Barrow, who
succeeded Ben Hill in the Senate, and the
Hon. Joseph I!. Cuininitig to prosecute her
claim for the estate. When it became
know n that the fair widow would have
to appear in the court to testify a
large uuinber of leading society ladies
volunteered to accompany her to re
lieve her of her embarrassment. Such
a sight in a Georgia court is un
usual. The executor, in order to jus
tify his ilea, summoned a well-known
grocer, who testith'd as to the prices
o ham und eggs, and such edibles as come
under the head of household sup
plies. Perhaps the inostamusing feature
of the trial w as tlic examination of awell
knowu dry goods merchant as to the
prices of ladies' wear, the quality which
was becoming and requisite in the differ
ent grades of society, etc, Mrs. l'hinizy,
who bears a strong resemblance to her
distinguished uncles, was put upon the
stand, and acted with becoming modesty.
The jury rendered a verdict for the
w idow, who received the congratulations
of all present.
The Methodist Episcopal General Con
Puii.adki 1'iilA, Pa., May 21. Bishop
Warner called the Convention to order.
The order of the day was reports of
committees. Resolutions deploring
Sabbath-breaking by open places of busi
ness and drinking saloons, running rail
road trains, buying or reading Sunday
papers, etc., regarding them as violations
of the divine injunction to "Remember
the Sabbath, etc."; and resolutions con
demning the publication of pernicious lit
erature were adopted; also endorsing
the work of the society for tho prevention
of the same. The Committee ou Enter
tainment reported a plan for the couft r
onca of 18.H8, locating the same at the
People's Church, Boston. The w hole re
port was adopted, and the Conference
S.-ntenocd to Doath. STO
Xahiivili.k, Tknn., May 21. The no
tion for a new trial lu the ease of Colonel
Win. Spcnco, cx-l'ntted States Marshal
for tho Middle District of Tennessee, ro
cuDtly convicted of tho murder ot bis
ion-ln-luvr and successor, Colonel Kd
tyrd S. WEeat, ys overruled, Kitwdiyr
and Spciice w.ih srkncctl to hung Jaly
IS. An appeal has been taken which will
probably not be heard before tho Decem
ber term. The motion w:m made on the
ground of insanity at the time of the kill
inir, and the case has elicited great in
terest. The prisoner received tho sea
tence with marked coolness.
The Watiaah Road in a Bad Way.
Nkw Y..i:k, May "1. It is thought
there Is not the slightest doubt but
that the Wabash will default und
go into the hands of a receiver June
1st.' If the road does pay interest
it will be to a few outsiders only, as
it Is believed Gould, Humphreys, Field
and Sai:e will keep their bonds, not
asking Interest. The general belief Is
that the road is hopelessly baukrupt,
us all its assets arf pledged us collat
eral in a trust loan recently made,
and it has no means of getting more
money. Its iloatlng debt Is 3,5O0,0uO.
Another Dark Hore.
Tolkijo, (.)., May 21. The JHade
comes out this afternoon In advocacy
of the 1;. publicans nominating lur
President supreme Judge, Thomas M.
Couley, of Michigan. It praises Arthur
and Blame, and would be glad to
see either of them President, but
fears the antagonism tngeinlered may
militate against party success, which
would not he tlie case with the dis
tinguished jurist it nominates.
Collapse of a Gifrantic Wheat Corner.
Mh.wackkk, Wis., May 24. A sensa
tion was created in commercial circles
to-day by W. Young & Co. dumping their
wheat deal, amounting to 12,000,OOu
bushels. This is the largest deal of the
year, and its failure iuits incipiency
means that the bottom will probably drop
out of the w heat market. The linn claim
to have lo.-t nothing.
The Fall River Slr.ke.
Fail Kivtit, Mass., May 24. The
strike is at a ciisU. The spiuncrs of the
Border City Miil No. I last night voted to
return to work Monday. This is the lirst
-el'.O f 40W the strike has received and
may cause a cot. apse. Tht" witilr,r,s,,are
in session to-duvaud the mo tingis likey
to decide the strike ended.
Nkw YoltK, May 24. The weekly bank
statement, Issued at noon to-day, shows
the banks of this city are gi',,joO,iXio short
of the actual deposit of ten per ceut. of
circulation required bylaw. The cause
Is alleged to be the heavy draft of West
ern bank upon Kusteru cush.
A Horrible Fate.
Skdaua, Mo., May 24. Charley Dean,
who was released from the City Prison
yesterday, was run over early this morn
ing by the express train going west. His
body was strung over a distance of 300
yards, his head being found in one place,
an arm in another and other portions of
his body ail along the track. He was
supposed to have been stealing a ride.
a ti:i:uiiii,l dis.vstku.
A French Dtig With Sixty-two Lives Lost
in a Fog on the Grand
Heartrending Scenes Among the Un
fortunate Passengers In Sight
of Land, But No Succor.
Sr. Johns, N. B., May 21. The French
brig Senotine, which went a-hore at
Grand Banks, Friday, was a total wreck
in lllteen minutes. Fifty-three passen
gers und nine of the crew were lost.
The Senorine was caught in a fog whet)
the Captain lost his beariugs. He was
making for this port and going slow.
When she struck, the
WII.DKSl' I)lS(.)UlKlt Hir.VAll.KH,
the oilicers and crew making for the
boats aud leaving the passengers to care
for themselves. One boat con
taining twenty passeugers and some
of the crew, was swainptd
alter it got away from the steamer by the
lurching of the vessel. The screams of
the women were heart-rcuding. Most of
them sank immediately. The men strug
gled, but only a few of them succeeded
by catching floating spars. The Captain
I'XAIII.F. TO MAINTAIN MSCU'IJSK,
and among the (Ktssengers only a few
were able to save themselves. Many
clung to the rigging after the first shock,
thinking the vessel would stand the strain,
and they might be picked up when the
fog cleared, but when the vessel went to
pieces they were all lost.
Nkw Yop.k, May 21. There was a con
siderable run on the West Side Bank this
morning. Cashier Dobler said that
Hinckley had not been heard of, but the
delicti Is not over tj'.iii.noo.
Sirs. Hordecal Not Insane.
R.u.TiMoitK, Mo., May 21. A sensa
tional story was telegraphed from this
city last night, detailing how Mrs. J.
Kandolph Mordecal had become- sud
denly insane. There Is no truth in
the story. The lady wiw affected
by a sunstroke but Is much better
to-day, anU Is perfectly rational. She
will bo able to go out In a few days.
l'irrsncuoH, Pa., May 24. II. A.
Collier, nephew of Judge Collier of the
County Bench, has been mysteriously
missing for several days past. His wile
has reason to believe he has been mur
dered. $10,000 For a Limb.
Bkooklyn, N. Y., May 21. Through
her guardian Bessie Cumtuings, aged
Ove, sned tho Brooklyn City Rtllroad
(or $-40,000 for the loss of a leg. A
liealed verdict was handed in this morn
ing awarding her 4)10,000.
Centennial Church Celebration.
Philadelphia, Pa., May 24. Tho cen
tennial celebration of the Protestant Epis
copal Dtooesoof Pennsylvania was appro
priately celebrated at Christ Church to
day. Bishops SUveas, tee, Whitehead,
Fetter, Scarborough and Howe, and ft
targe ptrmber trjeg&tpoK Pt ' .. I
ACROSS THE BRINY.
Sulcldo by Hanging of tho Doan of
Bangor Tho Result of an
Attack of Insomnia.
King John of Abyasinia, Under Promises
troni El Mahdi, Will Eemaia Neu
tral in the Soudan.
England Makes a Proposition to Turkey to
S.-nJ a Force to the Relief of
SLli IL)K Of the KKAS OK BAMGOR.
Lo.mjux, May 21. The Very Reverend
Henry Thomas KdwarWs, M. A., Dean of
Bangor, committed suicide during the
night in his deanery ut ltuubou. He had
been suffering from Insomnia for a week
past, but retired well last night. When
his servant went to call him at eight
o'clock this morning his body was dis
covered hanging from one ol the bed
posts. It was quite cold, and he had
evidently been dead some time. It is
supposed that the insomnia produced
temporary aberration of mind, during
which the suicide was committed. Like
those of most Welsh dioceses, this dean
ery is ill-paid, its stipend being but
Sli,5u0 a yea.".
AMKIIICAN SKLTUItlKS IX LONDON.
Lonix.n, May 2 4. The market lu
American railway securities opened
weak this morning, the report that the
Krie Road would pass the June interest
on Erie consolidated seconds having a
depressing effect. New York Central is
7- lower that la.-t evening's closing, now
110 j-s; Lake Shore 2 lower, now tij 3- 4;
Erie 1-- lower, now 13; Erie consolidated
seconds, 2 lower, now ill) 1-4; St Paul
1 lower, now fi.i 1-S; Reading 1-4 lower,
now 12 1-4 to lis 5-s; Illinois Central 2 1-2
lower, now li':l 0-4; Denver & Rio Grande
I '1 I. ..... 1 . 11 .. :
'litir,W?,i " 10 -, 1 eiiu.-yivuuiu c eu-
tral quoted il 'M b0. ,,,,, f
Lo.mm.x, May 2-4. The r'lll "j'(H"f.i
&tte states to-day that England has asked
Turkey to send a strong force to the Sou
dan to relieve the garrison at Khartoum,
aud to crush the forces under El Mahdi;
that if the Turkish troops should be suc
cessful in subduing the rebel forces in
the Sou lan and rescuing General Gordon
aud his command, England w ill thereupon
agree to withdraw the British troops now
In Egypt aud favor the suzerainty of tho
It is reported that the negotiations be
tween Admiral Hewitt and King John of
Abyssinia have failed, the Mahdi having
promised the King a large coast district,
including Massowah aud several harbors,
on couditiou that he. remain neutral.
London, May 21. The Admiralty has
ordered the torpedo flotilla at Chatham
aid Portsmouth prepared for active
P.tnifl, May 4. Prince Victor re
cently stated that he would consider
au act of adhesion to the Republic ou
the part of his father, Jerome, as an ab
dication of his claims to the Bonaparllst
headship. Victor, in that case, would
vindicate his rights us the heir to the Im
China has conferred upon Admiral
Lespesthe Order of Double Dragon, with
the title of Mandarin.
Caiko, May 24. Major Kitchener start
ed from Koro.-ko across the desert for
Abu Hatned with 1,200 Arabs. Major
Wortleyt Aasioul, is making preparations
for twenty days' desert march with OuO
Madkid, May 24. The Spanish Aboli
donist Society has memorialized the Gov
ernment, calling attention to the fact
that out of 40,000 negroes who ought to
jave been freed from the modified form
A slavery known as patronage, only
1,500 were released.
St. Pkikusihuc, May 24. Stanjuko
fitch, publisher of the I1, is under ar
rest. M. Ostrcgowscky, an editor, was
rdcred to continue the publication of
she lj h as au advocate of the Govern
ment's policy or resign his position in
:he gymnasium. He resigned.
EnixncRon, May 23. During a tire lu
1 coal pit at Porto Hello twelve men were
Ottawa, May 21. Piapol and other
Indiana have been persuaded to give up
ihe sun dance aud return to their re
serves. ri:Li:(juArnic imi:vmi:.s.
The Penn Bank at Pittsburgh resumed
General Ord's widow has been granted
1 pension of $ 50 a month.
R. G. Dun & Co. report 2.32 failures lu
;be past week, twenty inCauada.
Charles B. Clarke was hanged at Little
Valley, N. Y., for the murder of his wife.
Joseph Worley, au engineer in tho em
ploy of tho Northern Pacific Road, shot
himself at Bozetnan, M. T.
Twenty persons were Injured lu the
collision at Rochester In which the St.
Louis Kxprcss was wrecked.
The body of John Schott, a Milwaukee
traveling man, was found In the river. It
is supposed he was murdered.
Tho advisability ot union with the
British M. ,. Church was discussed by
the African Methodist Conference.
U. S. Grant, Jr., returned to New York
trout Norristown, N.J., and says ho Is
ready to meet all charges against him.
At a meeting at Tammany Hall last
night the mention ot Tllden's name was
.he occasion for long-continuod cheers.
Workmon are opposed to tho settle
ment by arbitration of tho troubles be
tween Pittsburgh miners and employers.
Tho six-yoar-old daughter of William
Dyke, of Detroit, was outraged and mur
dered on Thursday night by an unknown
Favorabls report will bo tuado ot the .
kill dividing the Judicial districts of Kaa-j
IM into fwo dtvhilons, northern and
(Sgi5SXteaMfcra.i.M-i. J' '
Murdered Her Boy.
Eahtox, 1'a., May 21. Mrs. Bamett,
who killed her boy and attempted suicide,
was arrested to-day ami Bent to the War
reu C'ouuty prison for trial.
Instructed to Pay Fifty Per Cent.
New auk, N'. J., .May 2 4. The Chan
cellor directed the Receiver ol the New
ark Savings Institution to pay a dlvldeud
of lifty per cent, to depositors July 1.
Work of an Incendiary.
I'lainfiki.d, N. J.,' May 24. An in
cendiary lire occurred this morning,
originating lu the stable of J. O. Cad
mus, and caused a loss of $17,000; par
tially Insured. Twelve horses wire
burned to death.
Bad for the Operatives.
Lkw isiox, Mk., May 24. Twenty-two
thousand spindles in the Lincoln Mills
will stop June 1st for an Indefinite pe
riod. Four hundred operatives will bo
To Pay the Peuuity.
Tkxaiikana, Auk., May 24. Doc
Walker, the uegro couvlcted of murder
in the first degree at tho present term
d Miller County Court, was to-day sen
tenced to be hung on tho 27th of next
Prospective Slander Suits.
Pn rsiiuKiiii, Pa., May 24. The Penn
Bank Is now transacting Its regular busi
ness as quietly as before the suspension.
Tlte Directors, It is said, will com
mence suit for slander next week
against a number of prominent busi
ness men, who aro charged with circu
lating reports injurious to tho credit
and standing of the institution.
Fled With $85,000.
Nkw Yokk, May 24. Chas. A. Hlukley,
a pleasant-faced, bald-headed man of
forty-two, has been paying teller of the
West Side Ifcwk of this city for fifteen
years. He was correct lu his habits and
up to six mouths ago certainly correct In
his accounts. On Thursday morning his
wife went to the bank to inquire for her
husband, who she said had not returned
home the night before. They knew noth
ing of him at the bank, but immediately
examined his accounts. It was then
fouud that they were short $S5,000 In
caiM!""lfjVirtMwtton shows that Hiukley
has been speculating a imlo-tn corn op
tions at the Produce Exchange, but "his'
transactions there will not account for
onu-tenth of what he h:is taken. It is
thought that (hiding he was short lu his
cash he took a large amount of cash in a
bundle on Wednesday and lied. Piuker
ton's men are working up the case.
Grain and Provisions.
PATl'HDA Y, MAY
Cot mx steady; middling, M'lltc.
Floi'ii Ste ely; XXX to choice, f3.yU4.0;
put out-. ij:Mnv'i.:).
W umr - Lower; No. 2 Kcd, tl.HKt31.12;
No. a Ufii.si.it.'.
CoKS-Steiidv. No. 2 mixed, 5152ac;
No. 2 while mixed, CliifflSe.
OtTS Htromrir; No. IS. :t.'(Tt.WiC.
Hyk Nominal; No. t, C-iinJ'aC.
'i'oini'co-t-inn; lns common to choice,
t-".7'rti 10.00; leaf; common red leaf, fS.WAj
lu.'M; medium to inmmI tl:i..'!0( 17.50.
f AV-I'niirio tli.U" for prune; 14.00315.IX
for choice; mixed fl.Mcli for common to
(.nine; timothy $IKiIS for prime to choice;
HrtTKii Wuuk; Vioico to fancy creamery
is.(.-.'iu: dairy, choice to Diney, l."317c; low
prudes 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ui 1 .
Hons Steady, at 10'io.
I'oTAros .New; clioiw sellltitf at f'.W'J
2.7,'i pec tmrrel, fop into for (rood sized.
Keef iptH fair. Nnthiiw duitltr in old.
I'okk Unit; standard mess, tlti.TSffllT.S;
Urd side, till 51.
I,iu .steady; prlmo steam, lrtt c.
Bacon Lonps, SiiS'4e; shorts, D'jSc;
cle n ritis. s -.'rrsTjc.
Wool Tutr-wiisht d, cholcn, a."(&:tie; fair
31c; dtntry and low fl'iJ. I'nwoslicd ( hoieo
mc llu n i'-'i:.";c: g-od avi-raifo nicdimn 3n
I'le; -elected lit-'ht line P.ajJ'JOc; (rood nveia.ru
17 'lsc; heavy L'ltJPSo; combintr, blood, 30
ivt-; eoinhiiij.', low irrado, If!-.
Hi toes uuiet: dry Hint, 17c: dam
aired. We; Pulls or sta.'S. 10c; dry
salted, l'lc: dry salted, damaged, 11c; kip and
calf, salted, sC; ilainaired, tilio; bulls and
stas. io; Ki'ceu, uncurcd, 7SjC; damaged,
Mikkp I'ki.ts .-toady; trreen, 7iK5-"c; dry
do, 411'iT'Vv. as to amount and tm'itvof wool;
(rreen slo-iii lilies, lie; dry do, lojilje; lumb
bkins, 'A-j. -'x:.
WiiET-?tca ly; No. Hoi, May, fl.01;
Cons Steady; No. 2 mixed, May, 'il'ie;
oats Lower: No. 2. mixed. May. ; VMs.;;
PltovistoNS Pork Quiet ; spot mess, f 17.0)
.. t . . .. , '!:..,' 01
Ult...; l.:i l'l mill , rn-u-ii, ijiiir ', .1'.
W H bat Lower; May. M'',; June. S7'sc;
July, S'.le; Aic'U-1. siOjc; S. ptemliei-, s 1.
Id Iohn-Lower; May, Mc; June, 51!ao;
July, War: Auviist, .''.?;.
Oats Weaker; May, III; June, 31'4e;
Julv, Mc; Aiitrust, ''e.
1 Pohk Lower; Juno, tK."; July, tH.ili);
Aiurusl, tis.4.1: year, $ll.oo.
LMto Weakei'; :.)uue, fS.17'i; July,
, ; August, JS.15.
stiour Itnis June, fs.j; July, fi.oo;
AtlKUst, t".45. m.
Live Stock Markets.
nofis tteoripts, ;um)i prices io(i."o
hiifher; lltflit, HJ.7i: rouirh
packing, $". in ; 5.'i0 ; heavy packing ami ship
Jiintr, t i.rk fj."i . Sn.
Caiti.f. Itecolpts, 2,li); b:isk; values tinn
er; exports, to.'i'K'i.sd; liood to choice
t'LIO'-ti'i-o"; common to lair, f.').ii.iii.'JC.
Cattle Qn'et; evtra steers, f i)..Kt'.70:
good to fhoieo steors, ?.'.7H-(i.'l Inir to
mediutn. -V-tl.5n; oxen. I.'W'X').3"); stock
ei s -tea I.. ; Wivlurn, i.iyii-'M).
Sinaa' Lliillj common to kimmI, t'.'.T.VW.'a';
cho.ef to evtra, ?.").:.") '. VtKl; Western lainlis,
iMi'.;u , ,
lloos steady; ILht to (rood Worker,
tn..'il) (.'i.I'm; good lllfilitllllri, fil.Silt'Ul; I'igS,
Catti.k Ileeoipls, I,:i0; tlrm and higher;
uti'ivu ateois, l.nu 1 10 l.."h'i los. aveniMC, f-.liJ
0,.,n: others unchaii.'ed.
Hons Koeoipts, il.'Kii; tinner and harder;
lots or IS1 U) -W Ihs. uvcrajrf, fUVci .j.li;
mat n I v at ..tK!t").;i."i.
QM1KKP HceeiptS, l,20di IllltlVCS, Of 11,1. lbs
average, t l :.U
Money and Stocks.
Nk YortK, May U. The tone of atock
apee ilatlon ooiitimios weak, Tliuro nr no
tin tiled iate itrn "f Puprovoim nt with thu ox
oepllon of (li llld stooas. Helawai e A Hudson
and Heading. hicti are lieing held up hy Inter
estd paiU- a. Tue wholo list lias declined
wiib but little Inteirupitoii, und LtHlnoM has
la-oii on a couirnrailv.dy sma 1 s aki. i:-(.ry
oltoit to inurkoi snicks causea a sharp decline.
At 11 a. m. quotations shnwud a deell 10, ox
oi ptiu tho Instances aliovo nientlonod, of 1
to J '4- per cent., tlio latter in Lackaw anna.
Jor?ev lnirol Is Ui lower; New York Leu
Intl. Li Nor hwost, 1; I'nlon Paeino, H,
NoiUierii Faelllo, preferred, W; H .ck Island.
Navr Tobh, May 24. Money 4 per cent. ; ox.
ebttiigo qnlol.; ooverninoiits atmi tri ennoo
ny, Bs, till hid; 4. ooupons, l.OSi b.d; 4l a.
do., ILi bid. The sto-k market nfiei- one
D'olook, took an upward turn on eovnrLnr and
blddiiiK up bjr thii hull Cliques. At nooa tho
OKUrea were within a fraction of iho best of
the day, but nn the pnhl eailon nf the bank
Hatomont, showliifr a Ihikb deeivuKe In loan
Ind 4i f naarty tun nilllloin in thu rosorrv ,'tind,
thtrre was fiVi47 pirwitro w soil, and prices
David Nicholson's LIunor Uread,
OH I'CltE MALT EXTRACT.
Barclay li:n?. having peifected arrange
melds with the above well-known house for
tho distribution cf his celebrated prepara
tion of malt, we cheerfully commend it to
our citizens us the nu st reliable remedy for
all uiluunis cnu-ed Iron a weak ccustitu
tution. Nichols' '&'b Liquid Bread ia really the
Bevcnigc d r nursing mothers.
18-oS Bakclay Ehos.
Two pleasmt furnished rooms to rent, on
7th St. Apply to
lW Mrs. S. E. WlLLIAM:OX.
Notice to Stock owners.
Owners of hog?, horses, mule?, etc., aro
hereby notified that the ordinance prohibit
ing stock from tunning at large will be a
law i n Monday, May 2lj:h, and that it will
be rigidly enforced ou and after that date,
lw I.oiis II. Myeks.
Legal Blanks Kept For Sale,
it The Bullktin office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Heal Estate Mortgigc,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, &c.
Tlieo aro Solid Facts.
The Lest blood purifier nnd system regu
lator ever placed within the reach of suf
fering humani'y, truly is Elec'ric Bitters.
Inactivity of the Liver, Biliousness, Jaun
dice, Constipation, Weak Kidneys, or any
disease of the uiinary organs, or who ever
tequirts nu appetizer, tonic or mild stimu
lant, wd.ll always tiud Electric Bitters tho
best aud only certain cure known. They
act turely and quickly, every bottlo guar
anteed to give entire satisfaction or money
refunded. Sold at fifty cents a bottlo by
Barclay Eros. (4)
p.c);ipu' A-rwfa salve
The But Salve in the world for Cuts,
Utilises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Loins, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to givo por
ted satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
2o cents per box. For sale by Barclay
A Ei'inarkable Escape.
Mrs. Mary A. bailey, of Tunkhannock,
Pa,, w is alllxted for six years with Asthma
and Bronchitis, during which time the
best physicians ccuid give no relief. Her
life was despaired of, until in last Octo
ber she procured a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery, when immediate relief was
felt, and by continuing its use for a short
time she was completely cured, gaining iu
flesh 50 lbs, in a few mouths.
Free Trial Bottles of this certain cure of
all Throat and Lung Diseases at Barclay
Bros' Drug Store. Large Bottles $1.00.
Tho Great American Cliorud.
Sneizinj.', snuffing and coughing! This
is the music all over the hind just now.
And will be u.nil June. "I've got such an
awful cold in my head." (Jure it with
Ely's Cream Bulin or it may end in tho
toughest form of Catarrh. Maybe you
have catarrh now. Nothing is more naus
eous and dreadful. This remedy masters
it as no other ever utA rut a snuff nor a
liquid. Applied by tho finger to iho nos
trils. Ploas in', certain, radical.
Paralysis Sine Years.
"After hiving suffered for 9 years with
paralysis' says Mr. Joseph Yates, ot Pater
son, 5f. J., ' I wm cured by Samaritan Ner
vine." Mr. Yates authorizes this state
ment. Your druggist keeps it, $1.50.
"Roug-li on roughs,"
Ask for "Kougli ou Coughs," for coughs,
colds, sore throat, hoarseness, troches, 15c.
Decline of Man.
Nervous, weakness, dyspepsia, impotence,
sexual debility, cured by "Wells' Ilealth
Mother Swan's Worm Syrup.
Infallible, tasteless, cathartic; for fever
iahness, restlessness, worms, constipation.
Malaria is cuused by Torpid Liver;
Piles by Constipation; Headache by Indi
gestion. Avoid them all by using the great
vegetable remedy, Allen's Bilious Physic
23 cents. At nil diuggists. 7
PiiMitiEViM.E, Tkx., June 29t!i, 1883. I
have beeii selling drugs and medicines in
Ttxis for seven years, during which time I
have sold MerreH's Family Metlicines to
hundreds of families, to all of whom they
gave entire satisfaction, more especially did
Merrell's Female Tonic Ague Cure, Cough
Balsam and Liver Pills meet all that was
claimed for tluni, II. B. Willfaes.
Pain from indigestion, dyspepsia, aud
too Ik arty eating is relieved at onco by
taking one of Carter's Llttlo Liver Pills
immediately after dinner. Ddc't forget
Cheap Konios in Arkansas ami Texas.
Along Ihe lico of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Hiihvay 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 aud $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy couutry, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arknncas snd Texas,
in 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself wheu you learn thai the crop
f.ir 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by v
tho Company, snd paying one-fourth, ono
hatC, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over tho Companies lines.
II. C. TowjUESD, Goal Pass. Agt.
8t. Louis, Mo.