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CAIRO, ILL., WEDNESDAY M0KNINU, MAY 2, liKil,
Tho Rev. J. E. Roarlcs, of New York, Ls
one of Uie most widely-known and highly
esteemed of Methodist ministers.
Mr. Bear! urn; X am tmrrowmd that It l duty
I uwoUiUhwh ailliotsd with RhomnatUin or N.-unil.
(rta, Uj i aay lliul a roiut-dy Ilia boon duouvnm that in
''"O'l uiarvlou muvww. My win waa trrnatly
aSUctwt wlUi ltlummatiinii, ami aufTre4 no wivumly
Uiat, at tlmtsM. h wa oMuml to havo mnrpliiiu) In.
Uid Uitu lit ann U) irut r. li. f. Whlln In Una am.
dltino lis (Uncovered riii!iy which ittToctod luiiim
dial njn-f, ami a -nuaii(it cure. Il ha miioiitur
hlahwl It tumaur oUuira with the uiue rcxult. I havo
alito furuiahed It tu a riauilmr uf iwntoiia aiifjiirui
with Rheuwatiaui, and tiio rvault haa Ixwn luiiiieduin
rllof, ami a permanent cure. AmoiiKothen, iKUMMt
to lle. Wm. P. Curbit, paMor of tlieOimrim Ht. M ..
Church, New IIavon,OjijQ.,whowaaufferiDirirrauiy
with thia tnrrtlila diaeaae. I will ifive you Lin o'i
wiwila aa written to my Hon, wlnluiuf him to puMii- h
trie fart for the bufit ol oUtetn auflgruuf with the
bUiasI 1 1 1 mm smi '
What Mr. ('orbit Nam
. o , " New Haven. Jul 84,
"Mr. BAarlos: Dar Bir:-I wih to nay fertile l-n-entof
all. who are auflmutr with Inflammatory Ittieii.
riiatlwu, that your mwliciue ia lufallibln 1 auffen d
Vjt two nionUia Uio intt eienniaUHK trtur ; P,t
& pound of fl.-h, arid waa not out of uiy hou f. ,r
a uiuutli i I heard of your reruuly, and wm almmt
Uwtaiitly relieved by It If then ( a a-cinc for dia.
. of any kind, ) oura nioto;rtaiiil) ia for IufUui.
uatury Llwuuiatimu in lU nuvorwt f una.
"Yonraiuirtnictfully, Wji. 1'. Cormt,
"Pastor Owrye at. it K Church. New Uavou, Coun."
.Such is Athlofiioros a thorough and
efficient cure for the worst cases of Bheu
luatiam and Neuralgia.
If yon cannot gt ATHLOpnoaoa of your &mwit,
yn will aend it eiproa paid, on rnnulpt of nrular
priceone dollar pr bottle. We prof er Uiat you buy
U from your dru(tot, but If he hasn't It, do not I)
pemuadej to try aomcthlhtf elw, but order at emeu
fpita tu a dl rooted.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
niM.mm. ....... . ....................
Tell the children to cnt out and nave the enmie
Hlhnuette picture aa they apiar from hwue to
laaua. They will be ptcaeod Hlth the coUcvLon.
Thli itpace l omiod by
Of eonraeire ninan the famoru animal anriiiif
on the latl of ever- a-ecuuie tkwe of ltlack
well'a bull Durham Hinok.mr Totcco. Every
dealer k( this, the Urn Rnioklnx Toljaccomadn.
Kone irenuine without trvk-n.axk of the bull.
C. W. HENDERSON,
No. lOiConimercJal Ave.,
Sole Agent foi (lie rclcbiatt il
Mannfactarer and Dta!cr In
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work,
Bulldcra' Hardware and Carpcuti rs' Tool. Tai'e
and Pocket Cntlsrv, beHt tu the r.i.-trkrt. Hoii'.ri
Broa.' Plated KnW'. Korku atiu So.Kina. (irnmte
Iron Ware, nerlla Karthenware. Wh t- Monntaln
Freeler, Water Cooler, Kiifrierutof, Clot hut
Wrlneerf. Crown Pinter.". St. p Laddei. (tardea
Implementa, (toldea btarOil Btovea- be-t In the
world, Lampi of cTerv deccription. Klaiu (HI.
Carpet Sweeper, Feather Pulrrt. Hrooma. Win
dow Screen Wire Cloth, Full rupply ol Fishinu
The abof e t rocs bottom prlcca.
Corner Pith and Commercial Avuuae, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. 12.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
6tb St., bet. Ohio Lcvce & Commercial Ave.
KcpalriDi? neatly done at short notice.
CIO CITY LIVERY, FEED and
Commercial A?., let. 8tli & 9th Sts.
N. B.THISTLEW00I), Tropr.
Good Turnouts at Reasonable Rates.
tfHorsos bonrtlod and well ortrod
TELEPHONE NO. 133.
UNIVERSITY Of VIRGINIA.
H'MMER T.AW I.ECCHEH(nlne weekly) bcRln
10th July. IKH-I Mid end loth September. Have
proved of ilgnal uie, -1st, to atadente who dcaiitn
to pursue their itaaiea at ima or otner uaw pcuuui :
3d, to those who propose to read privately; and 3d
to nractlonera who have not bad the ndvantnueo
vitematlc Instruction. For circular addresa (P.O.
Valrenltyol Vs.) to John 0. Minor, Prof. Con
ana oiai, uii
Prentico Tillor, the Paolflo Express
Robber, Arraitfuod in Court
and Ploada Qullty.
Ha is Given Five Years to Ruminate Ovei
the Folly of Stealing and Get
His Alleged Accomplice, McFadden, Left
to Fight His Way Out as Best
Sr. Lfiris, ro., May 27. When the
case of I'rcntlte Tilk-r, the Kxpresa rob
ber, was ciilleil lu the Crliulual Court
this morning his aturucys prouounced
thetn.selvi'S as ready to proceed. The In
dictment was then read to too prisoner
and he was asked to plead. To tho a
tonishuient of the Court Tlller'answered,
without a momeut's heoltationi
"Guilty, Your Honorl"
There was a sensation succeeding this,
but presently Judno Van Wagoner
urned In his chair, ordered tho prisoner
to rise, and senteaeed tiliu to fire yeam'
linprisonuient in the 1'cultenUary. This
Is tho full penalty of the law for grand
Air. MclJrlde, Tiller's attorney, ap
pealed to the court for clemency.
JhlS Judge W. C. Jonen, representing
the Pucltic I'.xpress Company, opposed,
tatlng that Uiere was uo caue for
leulettey. The defendant was In tho em
ploy of the company In a position of trust
and proved himself unworthy of the eon-
ndencc reposed In mm. In tne opinion
of tho prosecution tho Imposition of a
heavy noutence was due tho employers
and the company. TnklnK the circum
ptances into consideration Jttdjso Van
Wagoner took the latter view of tho case.
Tiller stood before the bar with his
head hubg dowu. The news of his ar
raignment attracted a crowd from tho
audience-room of the other courts, fcev-
ral ladies had secured positions In the
Circuit Attorney's office In view of tho
defendant's chair. When the sentence
was Imposed In Judge Van Wagoner's
InipresHlve tones, the defendant turned to
go, w hen his attorney suggested that the
other cases be disposed ot to-day. He
reminded the court that the Indictment to
which Tiller pleaded covered tho offtMiso
In its entirety, and a nolle pros, of tho
remaining charges was accordingly sug
gested, and was granted by the Court.
IhU disposition of tne case
leaves Ucorgo II. Mci'adden to
light his battle single-handed. As
Tiller walked back to the dock ha
LIT A ( KiAU
which had been given him by his attor
ney. After pacing the fioor for awhile,
he seated himself near the dor and pleas
antly greeted a reporter. "It's all over
now," said tie, "and I have nothing to
say. I have no complaint whatever to
make. I think I have been treated fairly
and justly. I don't know whether my
pica prevents iue from testifying In Mc-
Faddeu's case or not. I expect to go to
the I'enltentiary, and to serve my time.
The sentence of five years will, with good
behavior, expire in three years and nine
mouths under the three-fourths rule. The
other charges a-gaiust me have been nolle
pros'd, as the indictment to which I
leaded guilty covered all tne amounts
mentioned in tho oth r cases." To-day
Tiller showed none of that swaggering
conduct which it was said characterised
his imneim-nts soon after his arrest. He
waa quite polite and pleasant, and In re-
turn for a pleasant word spoken by ono
of the deputy Sheriffs, Tiller returned his
thanks and gave neat expression to bis
gratitude for the kindly wish. Tiller
will probably go to tne i'enltentiary tat
urday, unless ho is detained by Lawyer
Mc Bride for tho McFadden case. Mc
Kaddeu was jointly Indicted with Tiller
and awaits a hearing on the Indictment
for embezzlement and grand larceny.
Hpeaklngof this case Mr. McMrlde saidt
We Intend to tight that out wtien It
comes up, but in the meantime this boy
will go to the Penitentiary."
It w 111 be remembered that on Sunday
afternoon, March 9, l'rentlce Tiller, then
n the employ of the racltic hxpress Com
pany, carried away from the Express of
lice" a satchel or satchels tilled with
money packages. He remained In hiding
until Monday night, when he started for
Canada, passing through Chicago
and going thence to Milwaukee. The re
wards offered for his arrest amounted
to nearly 12,000. He was captured
Thursday morutng, March 13, at Mil
waukee, and wa9 returned to this city tho
next day and held by the company until
Saturday, when he made a desperate ef
fort to escape from the Lindell Hotel, and
was then jailed. Tiller was jointly In
dicted with one McFadden, who obtained
a severance. The Express Company re
Covered nearly all the stolen mouey,
amounting to about $73,000.
Closed Its Doors.
Hot Si'Kixtis, Auk., May 27. The Hot
Springs National Bank closed its doors
this morning. Depositors were greatly
alarmed. President Andrew Brown Is
out of the city and nothing definite con
cerning the affairs of the bank can be
learned. Ihe directors are some of our
wealthiest citizens, and it is expected
the embarrassment will be only tempo
ANOTHER BANK IN TROUBLE.
The Arkansas National Bank is having
t run, and has called on the Merchants'
National Bank of Little ltock for help.
LiTTt.R Hock, Akk., May 27. Presi
dent Boots has just left with the neces
sary cash lor tne Arkansas rtationai ubuk
it Hot Springs, and it is expected to pall
Kethodlat Episcopal (Ctsneral Confer
nca, PniLADKLPiiiA, Pa., May 27 JIov.
Wm. X. Nlude, ono of tho newly elected
Bishops of tho McthodUt Episcopal
Church, was the presiding officer at tho
noralng session of too General Confer
nice, when he exercised for the first time
the Episcopal functions. A resolution
urns adopted creating a commission of
Ive business men ami five tniubturs to
inquire luto the method! of the transac
tion of business by the book concern.
The Coinmltteo on Itineracy oubmlttod a
number of reports already printed, which
nwre adopted. The committee to whom
we referred the paym and taaxiiorUls
Ht fbe ejtewfoa f the time limit oftfee
pastoral terms, reportod adversely to any
Several substitutes were tabled aud the
report us introduced was adopted. Uo-cess.
BASK UAL. Li HKKVITIES.
Soore of Games Played on Monday,
St. Louis, Mo. Allegheuy Reserves, 10 1
St. Louis Ih serves, 2.
Philadelphia, Pa. Bostons, 10; Phila
delphia, 4.. ..Athletics, H Toledos, 8.
Cleveland, O.-Clevelands, 2 Detrolts,
Baltimore, Md.Daltlmores, 11 Cln
New York. Pro vldenocs, 10; New
Trenton, N. J. Trcutous, C) WEmlng
Altoona, Pa. Altoona Unions, 6 1 Na
Bay City, Mich. Bay Cltys, 4 ( Minne
Muskegon, Mich. Muskcgons, 4 Mil
Terro Haute, Ind. Terro Huutes, 5;
St. Pauls, 1.
Fort Wayne, Ind. Stillwaters, 7 Tort
Grand Rapids, Mich. Grand Rapids,
4 i yulncys, 0.
Eust Sagln tw, Mich. Saglnaws Oj
Peorlas", 1 ten Innings.
Leveled by a Furious Hall-Storm in
Dksvhk, Col., May 27. Colo's circus
opened here at 2 p. m. yesterday. There
were fully 8,000 persons on tho seats. A
few minutes after tho performance began
a-most terrific hail-storm came. In less
thin three iniuutes the accumulation of
hall-stones rent the canvas, letting a de
luge Into the rings. One of the eques
triennes fainted aud fell Into the arena.
A number of persons rushed forward to
assist her, when the women all around,
becoming terrified, began to shriek. Then
began the wildest panic ever seen in Den
ver. It would have been the most sensa
tional had there been any fatalities. A
large number were more or less
injured so many that no ac
count conid be kept of them.
Men, women and children rushed to
gether In a mass In the scramble for tho
exits, fairing over each other, causing a
terrible jam. The grounds were 60 com
pletely flooded that It was Impossible- to
continue the performance uutil night. At
night there was a great crowd of men
outside clamoring for a return of their
money which is refused because it is lm
posslbe to identify them, and the city olli
cers were apprehensive of a big row.
A Bride in Duress.
Pekin, III., May 27. April 2G, C. D.
Eyrse, of this city, and Anna KuykerKlall,
of G'asford, Peoria County, were secretly
married, contrary to the wishes of tho
lady's relatives. Last week she went
home on a visit, and now her grandpar
ents navw corralled her and will not allow
her to go back to her husband. Eyrse
went to Giasford to see her yesterday,
though his life was threatened by her
relatives. She promised to return to-dai,
and, If they do not allow her to come,
Eyrse will go after her with an officer to
morrow. Five Hen Crushed to Death by an Ex
plosion at Waterford, K. 7.
Tkov, N. Y., May 27. An explosion
caused by the bursting of the bieachery
in the strawboard factory of Moore &
Wilson at Waterford last night, totally
wrecked the building. The following
persons were crushed to death, and their
bodies taken from the reius this morn
ing: Michael. Creed, Waterford; John
Hefferson, Waterford: Edward Kelly,
aged 22, Waterford j Michael Shay, aged
40, Albany) James Reddish, aged 41,
Cohoes. Muo men were employed about
the buildiug at the time of the accident.
PuTKrtsBCRtt, Va , May 27- In conse
quence of business embarrassments, Ingo
& Mahone, the large tobacco manufactur
ers of this city, havo found it necessary
to make a deed ol trust lor the beueut oi
their creditors. The concern Is indebted
to the Planters' & Mechanics' Bank, which
closed its doors some days ago, 17,000.
Wm. Mahoue, Jr., junior member of tho
nrin, Is a son of Senator Manoue.
The Crawford County Bank at Denison,
la., has suspended.
A supposed Spanish spy was cowhided
yesterday at Key West.
An international clay pigeon shoot be
gins in Chicago to-day.
Spinners at Fall River are returning to
work at reduced wages.
Suspension of the firm of Reid & Smith,
New York, Is announced.
Samuel Dunlap shot h'.s wife and cut
his own throat at Belle Plains, Ia.
Senator Sharon yesterday testified in
the suit brought against him by Miss
The clans are gathering at Chicago and
hotel accommodations are growlug pre
carious. Next year the General Assembly of the
Presbyterian Church will meet at Cincin
nati. Transactions on the New York Stock
Board yesterday aggregated 4S4.0O0
In Detroit, last evening, Tho. Britton
was shot dead by Johu Iltckey, In a
The Secretary of the National Millers'
Association reports a promising outlook
tor tho wheat crop.
Tho wife ot liobert J. Burdette, editor
of tho Burlington lldwkr.yt, died yester
day at Ardntorc, Pa.
Abbott, the ex-bank cashier of Water
town, Mass.. has been Indicted for for
gery and euibezilement.
Jack Morrta, tho eowboy who shot tho
Cheyenne efaiei Iron Heart, has ur ren
dered and pleads aeif-defaoso.
Coal miners who have been on a strike
In Western Indiana for three months,
hare voted to return at the operators'
Transfers of Government bonds from
W. H. to W. K. Vanderbllt are reportod,
and mora money Is looked for In the
The Mayor, Marshal and police force of
Stoux Vails, Dak., have been fined for
cutting down lelephoBO poles In deflauca
of an iujuDcUoa.
There la great excitement at Oak Creekj
Wts,, svvr the fact tnat a man sawed off
thafcgs i als dead oaele because he Wi
tog long to fit a coflia, -
LOST IN THE ICE.
Two Vessels Lost Among tho Ico In
The Alleged Tubliercurry Conspirators
Committed for Trial at tho
England and France in Perfect Accord
Regarding the Conference on
MoNTiiiAt., Can., May 27. Captain
McCoy of tho 'steamship Ueuoua arrived
yesterday after a voyage of seventeen
days from Plcton, N. S. Ho reports the
sinking of the steamer Turustall and a
Norwegian bark by ice In Northumber
land Straits on the llthiust. Tho crews
of both vessels escaped in tho bouts and
lauufa alter great hardship and priva
tions through the Ice. Tho Henona lmd
a most perilous voyage from the fields of
floating Ice, and was obliged to anchor
for over six days.
MoxTitKAi., May 27. The Ultramon
tane French press here having denounced
the Catholics in this Province for being
connected with Free Mason lodges, and
the journal In Homo following suit, Bish
op Falere has Issued a mandemcnt on the
subject which wa road In all the
churches last Sunday. Tho Bishop al
leges that tho number of Cutholics in Ms
diocese In connection with secret socie
ties is exaggerated, but calls on all to
separate themselves from all such alli
ances In compliance with tho Pope's late
Ottawa, May 27. It Is officially an
nounced that tho Government has re
solved, as an expedient for this summer
only, to remit one-half the present canal
toll of five-eighths of a cent per bushel,
provided others Interested will reduce the
charges so as to make up one cent per
bushel, ine Government rate for the
present season, therefore, wlil be live
sixteenths of a cent per bushel.
Smgo, May 27. Tho magisterial in
quiry into tho Tubliercurry conspiracy to
murder concluded tc-day. Fitzgerald and
eleven others arrested on tho charge were
fully committed, to await trial at the next
Paris, May 27. M. Ferry, at thcCouu
cil of French Ministers to-day, stated that
an agreement between England and
France as to the propositions to be made
before the international conference had
been consummated, and that, although
the details were not yet arrauged, there
was, lu principal, perfect accord as to
England's position and demands. Earl
Granville had consented to respect the
International Canal control in Egypt dur
ing the British occupation. England, on
the other hand, Is to receive indemnity
and be recouped for tho cost of occupa
AilEldCAN SlieTKlULS IN LONDON.
Lonim'i.v, May 27. Tho market for
American securities npeued strong aud
active, a marked improvement in the
whole list. I'niV-d States 4s advanced
5-8; 4 l-2s, 1-4; St. Paul, 2 7-S; Illinois
Central, 8 7-8; Reading, 1 34; Pennsyl
vania Central, 3-tj; New York Central,
13-4; Erie, 1; Erie consolidated sec
ouds, 4. Lake Shore advanced 2 3-4 over
last evening; St. Paul reached 1-4 from
the noon quotations. At 2 p. m. tho
quotations were: United States 4s,
123 3-4; l-2s, 113 3-4; St. Paul, 71 3-4;
Illinois Central, 123 1-2; Reading, 15;
Pennsylvania, 5'! 1-2: New York Central,
111; Lake Shore, SS; Erie, 15 7-J; Erie
consolidated seconds, (12 l-2a3-8.
Caiko, May 27. The Governor of
Dongeola has telegraphed the Khedive
offering to suppress El Muhdi providing
7,000 troops be sent him at once. Ho
says the Mahdi's emissaries have not as
jet been very successful in their endeav
ors to raiso troops for the purpose of
taking Dongeola, but adds that a bad im
pression is prevailing on tho Dongeola
garrison by not receiving reinforcements.
He says ho fears that if help is not sent
soon the garrison may fraternize with the
rebels when the latter approach Don
geola. Caiko, May 27. A secret society com
posed of French, Irish aud Arabs meets
London, May 27. A Berne dispatch
this morning states that Colonel Kmile
Frey, Swiss Ministorto the United States,
Shanghai, May 27. Tho Empress lias
ordered the Viceroy of Yun Nan to start
public companies ut Yun Nan to nilno for
gold, copper and silver.
The Why and Wherefore, Love Can
Leval Bank, and Therefore."
Lonpon, May 27. Jord Savcrnake has
married Dolly Yestcr, a chorus singer at
the Comedy Theater.
TI1U LOill'LY UU1DKGROOM.
George William Thomas Vlscouut Sav
oruako, is tho only son of the late George
John Briidrnell-Bruco, Exq., and Lady
Evelyn Mary, second daughter of tho
secoud Earl of Cravan. He was born in
1803, and was appointed Lieutenant in
the Third Berkshire Regiment in 1M1.
Viscount Suvernake Is heir to the Mar
qulsate ot Allsbury. Tho Marquis Is
now seventy-three years old, having held
lu his day high ofllces In Court. Ills cs
tates are extensive.
FUttrJLD JTruit Crop Raports Jfrom All
Farts of t&s United Stats.
JSkw Ybax, May 87-The reporU of
1,000 corresponded oi the Katioml
Prtu and BoUUn' Jfeecafe, from all
parts of the United Stares, In regard to
the fruit rop, My thai Us apple crup la
the larvre' aver tswora, There will bo
out a half two of poacto-i and pears.
Tbe promect tot. a tor kirtfO fctp oi
Wtailfatlttlf vyrtl)dt. .
Nothing Heard From Hinckley.
Nkw Yoiik, May 17. The President o!
tho West Side Bank said thli morning
tint nothing had been heard of Hinckley,
tho defaulting teller. He couldn't tell
when the Bank Examiner would have th
A Baseleus Rumor.
Nkw Yoiik, May 27. A rumor wascir-
culatlng on Wall street shortly before
noon that Secretary Lincoln had been
killed. It spread rannllv. many crediting
he r. p n t. A dispatch from Washington
tated tlut Lincoln was at his desk In tho
est of health, and the orli'lu of the ruiuol
Tlirea Barns Burned.
Alton, III., May 27. Tho barns bo-
longing t Colonel E. Doty, W. L. Kiunk
and John Dwycr, on Prospect street,
uui neu last night. The origin of the fire
A Candidate for Lynch Law.
Chmmum, Tt:sN., May 27. Hardio
Ilardison and wife, an aged couple living
nine miles cast of here, were brutally as
saulted by Walter DanieN, a nephew, last
evening, with tho object of robbery.
air. JiaiMison died tins morning, and
her husband is not expucted to live. Dan
iels escaped, but if caught will probably
oe lynched .
Suioide With Strychnine.
Joi-u.v, Ml., May 27. Levi Sirah!
committed suicide yesterday at Galena,
K ts , by taking strychnine. Ho was dis.
covered dying about noon In a room oi
his iiotei and expired before medical aid
could be summoned. Papers found on
his poison indicate that he has been rep
resenting tho packing-house of Fowler
Bros., Kansas City. Ho leaves two
The State Savings Bank St. Joaoph.
Sr. Joskpk, Mo., May 27. At a meet
ing of the depositors of the State Savings
Bank this morning, M. A. Bead, attorney
of the bank, made a statement of its con
dition, showing Sso.OOO In tho vault, '.j,.
O'.'O collected by assignee, $ 100,000 to I ha
credit of the bank in Chicago and St.
Louis; overdrafts, good, ;ij,0i.io. Ho
read a telegram from President France at
New York that he had reali.ed 2uo,iio0
In cash and $;j,o00 in bonds and left for
home la;-t night. About 200 depositors
were present. Most of them are quiet
and have confidence.
31 AliKET IIEl'OKT.S.
Grain and Proviaiona.
TFKSDAY, MAY 27, 18d.
Cotton Steady; middiinir. It'iliU'jc.
Kr.ni K-SUMdy ; XXX to choice, f :(.." 3 1.70;
U iikat-Steady: No. 2 Red, N.1IV3
l.ir; io. .1 iie.i, ji.m -M.iw.
CoH.-.Stronrr: No. s mixed, 51',G52'ie;
No. i white irujtoil, W' (6rSe.
O.VTS-M.aly: No. 3, ;ti;5;c.
Kyk Nominal; No. 2, ij::c.
Toba'-co t inn ; lu;." common to chnlen.
'.7jl).00; kif; common red leaf, tS.ioj
lU.ij; medium to vnml Ui..r0A17.!i0.
Hay Prairie Sliuo for prime; $1 LOO 3:15.11!
for etioieo; tnixeU Iika.U for common to
prime: timothy flH-lS lor primo to choice;
Hi'ttkii Weak: choleo to fancy creamery
isuiio: dairy, choioo to fancy, iOKSo; low
H(( Steaty, at lO'-Sa.
PoTAToiw-Ni-w: ehofeo wllimr at $-Yl
3.0") por burrol, top rate for trood sited,
ituooipts fair. -Nothing dolrn," In old.
Poiik lulti sutnUard nieiw, f Itl.7jul7.2.)i
hard slfti. S.I8 &).
La hp iiii It) prima gream, 7X,o.
Macon Lowes, si0oi shorts, S'r'tC;
clem nbs. s,c.
Wool TuO-wa-ihed, choleo, .t;it.'!o ; fair:-,;?
S:e; (Unary nnd low M coin. Lnwashodt ho.eo
medium ranis' je; soo-1 avrao moilium :.
L'lc; mleeted lijrht fine IlKf.'.tli-; (food aviMft.'K
1" fcSc; heavy llkslfie: eumbiiiK, I blood, ZJ
Wi.: comhiiitr, low irrade-i, lflso,
IIitiKS-yuU't: dry flint, 17c; dmn
ajred, lie; bulls or ciaira, lOo; dry
suited, lie; dry saited, ilaimw 1, lie; kip an I
otilf, salted, S"c; damared, ttUc; tmils and
slasM, 5ic; jfaen, uuouied, 7',ej diim:ii!ed.
Subki' Pki.ts Steady; preen, "iJmio; dry
do, 4(a70c, hh to amount and quality of wool:
(n-een stifjirtina-i. LOo; dry do. lotjijc; lamb
Wiikat "ti udy; No. 2 Hed, May. f 1.0:3.
Coit.-i ll iibor; No. 2 mixeil. May, 3:e,
Oats Luwer; No. 2, itiijcol, Ju'uo, M'i
i'ltovistONS Pork Ouint; snot mess, t!7.0)
6il7."ii; Liinl Steady) iiva n, May, ts.;(jij,s.,j;.
WllKAT-Hbrhcr: Juno, ss,o; July, nr.e;
Anirust, '.'IV-; rt. pt"iiil)er,tilc.
CoitN btroniriH; May, o-l V; Juno, M'ie;
July, o7- ,c ; .Uiirwst, is sc.
oats lliirher; June, 317.c; July, o."tc;
Pohk ilitflioi'; Juno, tVAM; July, f l'J.:W;
August, tl.3.l; year, $i:).i;7't.
Lark Higher; Juno, S.0; July, S'a; An
iiliit, s.-i; -,.
Shout Hi us Juno, fs.27; July, ts (0;
Live Stock Murketn.
HoiW ItprrolpM, Knot: in t!ve. firm audit
shade Idi-lier; llirht, $:,.w .cul; rouirti pack
ing, f t.0iJV40; heavy packing an I sliipphi,
Cattu: lteeeipt.i, t.lmi: ni livo and II, m;
e.vporis, tn.mrtrt.sti: iioot to choice i;.ihj
O.fn; common to fuir, '.'. 'itf'.'l.iie.
SiiKi.i' Keen pti, ',UeO; st- ady; common to
choice, i.Ai.i .iO.
CATTi.r Varkot netivo Ann aed hiirlnr;
fro id to choice st -ois. Si.O-VI.lu; fu r to
im'dium, W. 0i(.VH: 1 mi mi Hteers, f..Vl! ,,.".t!:;
ndxed bitt'dii'is', f t.iVr.'i.uj; sioeUeis, $l.."i0'-4
5.0i; 1'at Lull-, $l.r-).l.'i.
Siikki' Prices a lmdo hljilr-r for eood;
C iiiitnoa iliili: eojiinon to fair, f I.SV-i.l.Vij
irood to choice. HMS.M; extra, $.u5;i.!;
wooli-d -lieop, I'i.i.Vti.XS.
I loos iMaiket closet dull; (rood tn eh io
Vorkor.a, t.')..'ij :.".0; liltl. mixed tj.."i,.viii;
irood to rueillimis, Jj.7ijl5.tW; pljfS, f 1.7'iu e .
Catti.r nnpi'ipJ.Of'0; wnak: naHt e stoo'-s
lower: Mt' to l,:uo lbs. avenuro, .).5oj,i; o ;
otlo'iN imcliaii ivii.
If o.is Hein-iptrt. 1,iX)0; weak nnd lon-er: lo's
nf l'. to his tbs. avcraifo, aA.Au-5.4U; mainly
Shkki' lieeelpts, 345; natives, of fll lbs. uv
eni(ro, ut I4.UU.
DIoaey and Stocks.
Nr.w Yoiik, May 27, 11:31 a. m.-TIih boom
Inanffinafed duniitr tho In-t hour in tho liti-.!-nes
of tho s-touk market yestoid-iy n inlii
further prii;rp'M durlnir tho Ur.,t hour this
mornin?. market oponisl atronir anil
prices iidvan- id rnm tlinoi enmrf (iiioihIIoii.
l.ouultof rati for stock ailvancod almrplv.
llitnars. Icu. in Kiiother iiiioivzo, riii-li i to
Dover. Tho t) il'if mat. rudly as-isted tiio
iJvmiico. At eleven oVioek, niidortlio leailor
ilnp of ci ul atouk, Noi'thwttfitoin pi l.-ci
ihowo-l an iiiipiovement ranjfimr fiom (, to j
per euiit, tho h.ktr iJtckuwana; I'lilln'ini
I'nlaco Car, K' . f Dolunriira Jt II udson, Z; Ilea I
Uik.1: Jur f CcntiuL lj Wostern I'll o i,
IVl Missouri raelflo North wnttern. IV;
tai oiifo. IliirUnjrton A (Jiilnoy, li I'uclllo
Mall, 1 Luuwviilo ami Naahvllio, 14. Monuy,
I per csut Kxehantie tin n at $4i4'i(.KO. (iov
iBincntH at roo it; rtirroncjr fl's, I'Jl bid; 4'g
luupon, ii.vsKi 'i coupon, usiiM.
Nkw Itn,. h, I I. M. Stock worn
rcronjr uncsr octivo iruyin up to twelve
i'clook, bin f hi bsit AirurvS of tho morning
were tneiiiJ. The aborts covbixmI vlirorou-ly
BirouKliout, aim at too hour unieej pi iii ad
raiieciit 1 to 10 per ecu a. Jfruin ut He to 1
rtoek tbvrv ooiilna; to rertttro tirotits.
(rliich owiseil a aCtvht idMR.'tioa frvm the tu-i
btniBua 'it.w otulcr tuuu. huworvr. vraa strmur.
RkI turtttutkmspairut to a stall hiifhur rnts of
Tho l.uliej of the German Lutheran
Church will give a strawberry sociable at
the Tenth Street Hall to morrow night,
May 29th. Everybody invited.
Argus please copy.
National Reimblbian Convention
to be held at Chicago June 3d, 1881. The
IliinoisCentr.il R. H. will sell excursion
tickets from Cairo to Chicago and return
for J 10.75. Will commence sale of tickets
Saturday, Miy lilst; good returning until
June loth. A. II. LI wiON,
Gen. Pass. Agt.
Two p!ca3nt furnithed rooms to rent, on
7tli St. Apply to
lw Mrs. S. E. Williamson.
A Sta rtliug- Discovery,
Mr. Wm. Johnson, of Huron, Dak., writes
that his wife had been troubled with acute
Urouclikis for many years, and that all
remedies tried gave uo permanent relief,
until lie procured a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery f r Consumption, Coughs,
and Colds, which had a magical effect, and
produced a permanent cure. It is guaran
teed to cure all Diseases of Throat, Lungs,
or Bronchial Tubes.
Trial Bottles Free at Barclay Bros.' Drug
Store. Large Size -f 1.00. (5)
HiicKien's Arnica salve
The Best Salve in tho world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sorts, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Ii!fs. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Prico
25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
An End to lioue Scraping.
Edward Shepherd, of Ilarrisburg, 111.,
says: "Having received so much benefit
from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to
let buffering liumaiuty know it. Have had a
running sore on my leg for eight years; my
doctors told mo I would have to have the
bone scraped or leg amputate 1. I used,
itibtead, three bottles of Electric Bitters and
seven boxi s Bucklen's Arnica Salve, acd
my leg is now sound and well.
Electric Bitters are sold at Gfty cents a
bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salvo at 2oc.
per box by Barclay Bros. (5)
Polishing the Wrong End.
Many men daily polish their boots who
never give a thought to the condition of
their hair, except to harrow it casually with
brush ami comb, or submit it to the para
lyzing attentions of the average barber.
Whit happens? Why, this; From neglect,
mental anxiety, or any of a score of causes,
the hair turns pcrmaturely gray and begins
to fall out. Parker's Hair Balsam will at
once Btop the latter process and restore the
original color. An elegant dressing, free
The Great American Chorus.
Sneezing, snuffing and coughing I This
is the music all over the land just now.
And will be 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. May bo you
have catarrh now. Nothing is more naus
eous nnd dreadful. This remefly masters
it as no other ever did. Not a snuff nor a
liquid. Applied by tho finger to tho nos
trils. Pleasant, certain, radical.
Puaikievillk, Tlx., June 29tll, 1S33. I
have been selling drugs and medicines in
Texas for seven years, during which timo I
have sold Merrell's Family Medicines to
hundreds of families, to all of whom they
gave entire satisfaction, more especially did
.Merrell's Female Tonic Ague Cure, Cough
Balsam and Liver Pills meet all that was
claimed for thtm. II. B. Wii.liaes.
Pain from indigestion, dyspepsia, and
too hearty eating is relieved at onco by
taking one of Carter's Little Liver Pills
immediately after dinner. Daa't forget
''Well's Health Uenownr" rpt,irra bnnttti
and vigor, cures Dyspepsia. Imootencc.
Sexual Debility. 1.
"Hough ou Toothache."
Instant relief; quick cure. Toothache,
Ni uralgia, Faceacho. loc. at druggists.
Catarrh of the Bladder.
S'.iiiL'inr'. irritation, inflammation, nil
Kidney and Urinary Complaints, cured by
"Buchu-paiba." 1. 1
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and br:kcn
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once aud get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is iuca.'culablo. It will re
lievo the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upou it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrlut a, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inllammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
ia pleasant to the taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of otic of the oldest and best femalo
nurses and physicians in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle..
Cheap Homes in Arkansas anil Texas.
Aloug the liro of tho St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Hailway, Texas and
Pacific Hailway and International and
Great Northern Kailroad, are thousands ot
acres ef t:.c choicest farming and grazing
lards 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 and comfort. Send your ad
dress to tho undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised' in Arkansas and Texas,
In 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you harn that the crop
f:r 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1S83. To those purchasing land owned by
the Compsny, and paying ono-fourth, ono
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for ticked or freight
over tho Companies lines.
II. C. Townbent), Qco'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo,