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THE DAILY UAIRU iHLLKTIN: SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST .10, 1884.
One of tli Most Unarcouutable nnd Pan
gpronn of KwMt leoeiw jincovereil
Tticie ii fine niymrrmuB trouble) tint ix
ill lucking ui-Hiiy cvcijuuu iu (liu liiiitl Willi
in. ut) or una tiofi iicu. 11 am iiM to hIuhI
jiitti'llle. budy like u Unci ,u lliu i' tflit.
1) 'i i a tnuii.il ill tguoiti K. Hi M'IiIibIiJ i.ru
iUZ.i.'l l II- tliH lM. 1( lh, ill ! f' I, H
Muili-ru nijsiei). Like iIi.ku nevi ru nml
Vn'ilc UHlmJIeti Mint ittlH k llulnen Hllil pr--
tUlll ll llfly Kit till' Hllillllli III 1 1 1 1
huh u iji ic I ti i p i mi- m nil ii iii i.
n ml. H il) Hi II!" V C lus ll'iti Jl iha ll'ill
lllc Ulli HI HUtl HiilL-s, .Hill eniiKllnl.' III llli'
buck, 1 llej leu I. dull ami ieciy ; lllu limUUi
lun a irthii , cMjifcml l in tl.e iiioriiinn.
A Blrunu bticky vlimu co.'lccta kIiuui the
teeth. Tim Hietiio ih jionr. Tluru in h
fee.lill llku It heifvy luttii upoll tile bliilll
kcIiu; biiiueiiinse it limit hIi-hiid Keiimitiim
Id lull at tile jut ot the btnliluolie, which
I'lOii Uiiuh li il nut dI . I'lle eV tn mi Ilk -11,111V
Hindi hiiU tin I l l i e.iiiiu.ii) iu one
I llic i.i'l lllll II Hi l.: . fti: I hi tit iu,. Alter
a ai.I.o a CitUfiii set hi, nt liml tiiy, nut
aliemlew uioutim it in atienJuU w.ili it
grayish colorod cipcctoratiou. Tliu alllict
eJ uno feels tired all lliu while, nnd nlorp
doei not seem to afford auy r;tt. liu bu
coines uervoUB, inhabit), and gloomy, and
baa evil forebodings. There is a giddy
ne8, a peculiar whirling sensation in tho
head when rising up tuddonly. The bow
els become costive, aud then, again, autflux
intensely; the akin is diy and hot at times;
the blood grows thick and stagn mt; the
whites ol lliu eyes beuoniu tiugeii wit It yel
low; the urino is scituiy and higli-col'Te.d,
depositing a sediment niter standing. There
is Irequeutly a epittiug up of the loud,
sometimes with a sour taste, aud sometimes
with a sweetish taste; this ia often attended
with palpitation of the heart. The vision
becomes impaired, with spots before the
eyes; there is a feeling of prostration and
great weakness. Most of these ymptoms
are iu turn present. It is thought tlint
nearly one-third of our population hive
this disorder in some of its varied forms,
while medical men have almost wholly
mistaken its nature. Borne have treated it
for one complaint; some for another, but
nenrly all have failed to rench the sett of
the disorder. Indued, many pliyniciniiH
are altlicted with it themselves, the ex
perience ot Dr. A. U. Hichards, residing at
No. 409 Tremont street, Huston, is thus
described by hiruselt ;
"I had ail those peculiar and painful
symtoms which I have found affecting so
many of mv patients, and which had so
often bathed me. I knew all of the com
mnnly established remedies would be un
availing for I had tried them often in the
past. 1 therefore determined to strike out
in a new path. To my intense B'li mint turn
I found that I was improving. The dull,
stupid feeling departed and I bet-nu to en
joy life once more. My appetite returned.
My Sleep was refreshing. Hie color ol my
face which had been a sickly yellow grad
ually assumed the pink tini;u of health. In
the course of tliren weeks I felt like a new
msn aud kuow that it whs wholly owing to
the wonderful efficacy of Warner's Tippe
canoe The Hest, which was all the medicine
D ictors and scientists often exhaust their
skill aud the patient dies. They fry every-
thiniliHt has been u-ov I by, or is known
to, the profession, and then fail. Even if
they save the life it is olten after ur"t and
prolonged ajonv. Wher all thisr. n In
avoided by precaution Hid cue, bo'v ins me
a tlun' it is to endure such null ! 1114 I W ilh
a pure and p datable preparation in re 1H1,
to neglect its unit is simply lnexriiH iM
iKNERAL LO(AL ITKMS
L 'cal on third page.
The latest styles in Roy's and Child
ren's Hals at Chicago Clothing Ili uso. Ot
Tho Eckfords, of I'adiicth, will pi iy
the Memphis club to-morrow.
Ruy your feed stuff of Alden fc I'l'.ck-
ett. Eighth street. Telephone No. 8:1. 4t
The river is only eight feet eleven in
ches now, a very uninteresting stage for
people along its banks.
The latest novelties in Hats, Chicago
Clothing House. Ct
A little child of Mr. C. W. Wheeler
was buried at Villa Ridge yesterday. It
died Wednesday night.
Wbitlock Brothers, specialties in Stet
son Hats. St
A cyclone swept over Henderson, Ky.,
yesterdsy afternoon, and did much damage
to property and killed several people.
i-yresli Oysters at Joe 8teagala's saloon
and restaurant, corner Sixth and commer
cial. , tf.
The largest stock of Silk Caps in the
city, Wbitlock Brothers, The Hatters. 3t
The wreck of the I. C. Incline at East
Cairo is about cleared away. The low
water renders the work of reconstruction
Traveling Caps in seal brown, dark
green, wine, blue and black colors at Chi
cago .Clothing House. Gt
Mr.H.C. Loflin left last night on a
guaging tour of this revenue district. He
will be gone about three months, making
his headquarters the while at Lebanon.
Piano lor sale, price $75. Apply to
Mrs. Redman, 8tb St., near Barclay's drug
store. ' 5t
Mr. A.T. DeBaum has put up some of
the fixtures in his saloon and restaurant.
They are in keeping with tho attractive
tylejand finish of the building.
Stiff Hats of latest style and all prices
nt Wbitlock Brothers, 'Oak Hall." 8t
' Capt. W. F. Halliday and sou returned
yesterday from the east. Mrs. Halliday
and children , remain in New "York for
awhile longer. . T
Correct new styles in lists at Chicago
Clothing House. , 6t
A couple of the hands at work on the
farm of Mr. French, in Missouri, four
milci trom tee river, are down with small
The only genuine Stetson Hats tit
Whitlock Urothers, "Oak Hall." Jit
At its regular meeting Thurdnv niifht
Ian', Alexander Lodg t of Odd Fellows in
itiated three m tp new members, while sev
eral iii'iT H'c in waiting.
Jtlnt received a c:un, lele ne'V line of
suit and ntlfl' toil fur llie bill nil I wnitil
season; l'liici,"i ('luthing Huii-i-. (it
.Veiiili'ii i i i;i:iiiiei at V 'I mi" ) ster
d y, in'tweeii a V ib it'i train an I a liuiii
01 ,1 bi II ; 1 " 11
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Ii uiivd -i A; N'.'iii'Vili'o
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hV "1 w. le iii. I.
1 w 1 1 I'V'ii e l I nt
The tlnest Kur II lis in all colors, mii Ii
a brown, olive, cho' "lute, wine, pe.ii l mid
while at the "Ouk Hull". Wbitlock llioth
Mr. It. HelisArW i-t leu k lioui his
lilli opeill lour. II' bill. le i in New V-.j k
S . urd iy and 1 r.ved le i" ''Ve I d .
M . .V ir ii ., . M en il Ci , : came
IwlIK vs ( . 1 1 1 1 1 111
Silk Hats and Campaign Hals at "O ik
Hall", Wlntlock Brothers. Jlt
Mr. McWilliauiH, civil engineer of the
St. Louis & Cairo road, went to St. Louis
yesterday to see ab, ut commencing work on
the improvements contemplated by tho
C mipany at this point.
Foil Sai.k Si.turday morning at 10
oVIhck on atli street to the highest bn'ib r,
Pillules, ) w,.goiis, 4 setts of harness anil
a lot of household turuiture.
O. M. A1.D1.N.
Grand re-opniiing of Theatre Coiniijue
next Monday uight ! Twenty new artists
of varied talents 1 1 Binds, newly organ
ized, will furnish music in open air and in
the orchestra. It
We carry the largest lino of Hats in
Southern Illinois at Chicago Clothing
Capt. N. B. Thistlewood moved his
furniture into his new house above Kiejilh
street yesterday. His stock and nlil-c fix
tures will probably be transferred to-day,
and ho will be permanently settled in his
Alpine dress Hafs in daik green, w ine,
brown and black colors at Chicago Cloth
ing House. 0t
Ksv. Father Kearney will be in the
cily to-day, to-morrow and Monday, per
haps longer, as he will wait lor a boat to
carry him and his "boys" back to the col
lege al Capo Girardeau the first of tho
On account of the sickness of his part
ner, Mr. Black, Hen liainhill will not open
his shop up town for st veral days yet, or
not until Mr. Black is able to atlend to
The incline of the Iron Mountain road
al Bird's I'oint was con siderably damaged
some days. ayo. One of the piling wis
hiokeil (iff or washed out and the rt'itUe
lcfi the track, hro'ikiiiu' a niiiub r of 'ii .
One of Cai't. liu mi II lu men il v
down yesterday and repotted t tin coioi ti 11
nf things and ihedniiiige w is repaired.
-We have over 100 new stjles in stiff
and soft Hats iu latest shapes and colors.
"Oak Hall", Wbitlock Brothers. J)'
Judge Uoliinsiin received a tlii-p itcli
fr an a fi ion 1 in Greenville, III., yesterday,
nskinti him to look nut for two boys who
had run away from their parents there, and
were supposed to be enroute for Caiio. The
Judge turned the matter ov. r to Chief Bear
don and his force, who watched the trains,
but had discovered no signs of (he ruu-n-w
ay 8 last hi ght.
We have over .'10 new styles in stiff
Hats of late-t shapes and colors at Chicago
Clothing llnuse. (it
The following is a condensed biogra
phy of ex-Governor St. John: Ho ran away
from his Indiana homo when 12 years old ;
wasmsrried at 19; a widower at 20; became
a California gold seeker; was chased bare
footed, over ice and snow for two days b
redskins anxious for a lock of his hair; was
wrecked on the Sandwhich Islands; became
a country lawyer in Illinois; was a soldier
during the war, coming out a Colonel, aud
finally became Governor of Kansas.
Our line of Hats is complete in every
respect and comprises all the new shapes
and colors: Chicago Clothing House. Gt
Jackson County Era: "Prohibition
leaders in the northeru part of the State
claim they have the names of CO.000 men
in Illinois pledged to vote tho Prohibition
ticket. They also claim that thffbulk of
their strength lies in Southern Illinois, es
pecially in the 20th Congressional district.
A little off in thier figures, wo imagine
Prohibition has little strength in this dis
trict; we doubt if they poll 800 "votes here
abouts." -Wbitlock Brothets, "Oak Hall", Ti e
Hatters Just received over nine hundred
dollars worth of the latest stylo Hats. 3t
In June, 1870, tho New York Tribune,
then as now edited by Whitelaw Reid,
said : ''The Blaine letters, we believe, provo
all that ho has been charged with." And
this is entirely consistent with the opinion
of Mr. James. G. Blaine given by the New
York Tribuno on the morning of Septem
ber 30, 1872, when it also said on another
matter: "The Btnrtling exposure of Speak
er Blaine's venality in connection with the
Union Pacific road ent rely destroys what
ever credit some people may have given to
his evasive denial of the Oakts Ames brib
ery. Now it is shown that Mr. Blaine
never deserved his good reputation."
BLOWING GREAT GUNS,
A MinnoKotn C'yclono Croato ?ul
llnvon With Building nml
Evintfvil'e, Li'l,, D viM ib'd by a Torw'o
-100 nuililiugs Dmi'.lihh.d-Dim-a'ia
i'Lcii ut Half a Million.
D sas'rous VV nd 11 ml Rain S'o m
UoUdlem I. illoi-i Kt.icd and
A MintioHotu Cyclone,
Sr. I'ai-i., Minx., August i!!i A Win
liep g special to the I'lmnmr Vos says:
"A teiiih e hlonn ot cycluiib: cl.ai.ictcr
)ieViile,l here last Iilhl, doitc; ill
o i:i u ibie (him is; to pro.icrly In t .wn-
and Wildes thn ujjhout Hi.- oiovinee :m l
damaging crop to an extent not yet as
eorUlned, although believed to be large.
The roof was wrenched off the Hay
stores anil torn to piece, damaging sur
loundlng buildings. A street-car with a
number of occupants wan blown from
the track. A frame house and stable,
occupied by horacs and owned by William
Burke, were carried Into the river.
Not less than fifty buildings lu the city
were damaged. Reports from twenty
poluts In the province show thai the
storm wits equally dwa-troiis In nil.
A special Irom lleadlngly, n vl.lnge llf
teen miles souihwest, says: Aliirgenuni
her of building suffered. Mr. Francis'
store was (scattered over tho prairie. Mr.
Taylor's dwelling was picked up aud car
ried several rods before It otruck the
ground, and was shivered Into fragments.
The occupants had a narrow escape. Tho
English Church was strewn Into frag
ments In all directions. Mr. Luxtent's
house was turned 'completely over, and a
barn on Mr. ('ucheoii's farm, measuring
thirty by sixty feet, was carried away.
Along the Canada l'aelllc tho hlorni
extended from Vermillion Bay to llrtin
don. A freight shed at Portage was
wrecked and the Brush House destroyed.
The hotel was unoccupied. At (iretna
crops were llaltened, aud Tenner's news
store was blown down.
A special from Port Arthur says: The
City of Owen Sound, of the Collingwood
line, anlved yesterday ufter a Hix days'
voyage lrom Collingwood. She encount
ered gales and terrlblo hurricanes. The
passengers were wild with excitement,
expecting to be lost. Tho furniture In
thorabin was thrown lu all directions.
Evansvii.u:, Ind., August 2'J. At 8:150
this morulug a tornado passed over this
city, lasting 1 11 Iy an hour, doing damage
estimated at live hundred thousand dol
lars. Upwards of a hundred houses were
unroofed. John II. lioelker's large plow
works were totally wrecked. The Evans
vllle cotton-mbl wa damaged II teen
thousand dollars. Three largo stores oil
Main street, Siraub's hardware, Hud
speth's dry goods, and Christ's were de
stroyed. At the riv. r the boats blew to
the Kentucky side, lo ing their siuoke
stucks, and all were more or less dam
aged. The steamer Belmont sunk three
mi es tuls side of Henderson. Twenty
lives were reported lost. It is lniiossi
ble to even given a fair estimate of tho
loss of life and property, as telegraph
ciiniiminication is cut off.
DiBustroUB Wind and Kalu Storm In
Caumi, li t,,, August :".). This morn
ing at eight o'clock a severe rain and
wind storm visited this county. The
dwelling of Win. Zelgler, a German
farmer living a half mi u smith, was
struck by lightning and consumed. Two
of his children were dangerous y shocked
but will rccojjfr. The wife of John
11 of fa, Jr., who was visiting at Zeig.cr's,
was Instantly killed.
FINISH THK .lull.
London, August 2'.). A dispatch from
Too Chow says: The French ironclads
having completed the work of destruction
of the forts along Min Hiver, from the
mouth to tho urscual, yesterday, this
morning commenced shelling the camp
and earthworks on the hills back of the
razed forts along the Kin Pal channel,
and the earthworks and camps nearer
tho river are being rapidly demol
ished. The Chinese have abandoned
several of the lower works and re
treated to the camps and fortifications
higher up tho hills, some of which the
gunners llud great dilhYulty iu reaching
011 account of their elevated positions,
and then with very little effect as yet.
Tho Viceroy of Canton has ordered all
French residents at Llaug-Kung to lcavo
London-, August 2'J. A dispatch re
ceived lato this afternoon from FooChow
states that Admiral ,Courbet has com
pletely razed all tho remaining fortifica
tions, couslstlng chiefly of earthworks,
aud destroyed all thn camps established
on both sides of tho Mlu Hlver from its
mouth to the arsenal.
Murder and Suicido.
O' Fallon, Mo., August 29 Tho dead
body of Mrs. McCorinlck was found In
tho baok yard of her residence yesterday.
Her clothing was torn Into shreds, and
her brains had been knocked out with an
ax. Near by tho body ol a Norwegian
servant girl was also found. From ap
pearances she had murdered her mis
tress and then poisoned herself. Bloody
marks were on her person and dress. It
is supposed the two had quarreled and
that tho girl had attacked tho woman
with the ax. Mrs. McCormlck belonged
to an old and wealthy family.
Death of a Pioneer.
Mattoon, 111., August 29. Mrs. Ann
Gray, an octogenarian, died here this
morning of paralysis of tho heart. She
was wldoly known In this section oi
Illinois, having been one of tho ploncel
Ben Btttterworth's Path rDaad.
CiNcraNATT, O., August 29. Wlllian.
Buttcrworth, father of Benjamin Butter
worth, Commissioner of Patents, dlod
suddenly at his resldencu lu Warren
HAM Wll.l. MUCK.
Mr. Ilandall Donles That Ha H.is Gone
Back On CleVHland.
WllKKI.IMl V. Va,, Ail'UHt l!'J.- Somo
time ago the Cincinnati C'iinintrciil-(li-ulh'.
printed u dispatch to tin: effect that
S. .1. Kimlall was no (lisjuted wlih
ClevclaMirs letter that he w ni d fil: 110
part In tlu canvas. Thl.H was repilnted
here and a letter ot ln.iilry w:w sent to
llindai;, who renlled as fol'owsi i
jiiiimvn, i-t , An mt a.i.-voMM in ro'e,- i
enie t 1 11 Hlilteine,,! 111 Inn CVIiecl n r In r'U- I
! yn. ' r. 11 s 111 m in o I Ii , ve e iii-s. i i mi Is-
1 lue Ion l II (lo e, nor ( ' e . el.in 's le ler of .
He ep ill e. w B le .ei.ecl Him imoi
in.' e I nee nor 1 . 11II1 nor 1 !; kc n. l.i .ee ol'
1 1 ut i in .lie s a cm Mit. 11 ir .111 -ii 1 in,im for
I mi Ii an 11-hiTi I 11 I iiiip-1 lie, ti" 1 y ciiiinii. il I
1 I hi' le let", nil 1 H 1 ll e rOII Hie .III)' 1! W irt .
1 puiin ..ion nun 'nii in t 1 hi t ir New i r oy
M.1I11 Convent Inn. I ciiinin ennei h e how
s,ieli falscliHoilM are cl ii'lnnl. I lio, e ihis
loner will answer win nml iilluus u lm, like
I yon, lliinli a doni.ii 10 eessury. I e.vieel lo
ii,', ik in vt hci line, annul 1 ii'ioiier 1 1.
Vonl -Unity, Ham'i. .1. IttMiAi.L,.
H u t lord lCiO' h.
II Ud 101111, Conn., August L".i- If ain
has been falling in luiTent-i this fore
noon and tli'i track Is b.ui.y .su.uvcd.
Slioiild the htorui clear inay, Km un
finished 2 :25 race and third clay's races
will be trotted to-morrow forenoon, and
the last day's events la ic place In the
afternoon; but If tho rainy weather con
tinues to-morrow, the events of the third
and fourth day will be declared off. J. I).
Uipley, who bought Phil Thompson yes
terday, matched liliu against Maud
Messenger for 92, COO a side, to be trotted
tiero September 1;, Hlpley hacked Thomp
son In the 91o,000 rice yesterday. Ho Is
said to be u loser to the amount of
Sujipjaad Train Robbers Fatally In
jured. Vincknnks, Ink., August 29. This
morning two young men were brought
.nto this city horribly crippled, having
joen run over at Kich'.uud, cast of this
;daco, by n west bound fr. Ight train on
the Ojiio & Mississippi hist night. One of
lliein, named. Hendricks, resides at I'aua,
111. lie Is thought to be fata Iy Injur -d.
It Is surmised tliat they were Implicated
iu the car robbery at Lawreiicevil.c, yes
Urday; Tho Gram. -rs' Picnic.
William (jKovk, Pa., August 29.
This wa fanners' day at tho Grangers'
Picnic. Fificen thousand people came
from contiguous counties, aud many
thousand more from a distance, l'rof.
Downey, of the West Virginia Grange,
spoke against the collection of revenue in
excess of tho expenses of tho Govern
ment. Grain nnd Provisions.
HllfUV, Al OfST -Ml, 1SRI.
Co-iton St'iiilvi iii'iiilliinr. my ll'4i!.
K1.011K Mtuioly: X.VA lo clioioe, 1.701.50;
WiiCAT-Uiwer: No. I! Iteil, si ' jjsi e for
new; No. I! Iteil. new, Tl U 'T-'c.
I okn Kirinor; No. - iinxe.l, IS'i'M'Jj; No.
; white mixed, i:&t)'p.
hats Steiuly: .o. li. 'MUnUii'io.
ItVK Noininiil. No. fsi'jo.
ToA(h:o I'inii; unri; eonnnon to etioieo
lJ).la,W.(l; leal ; ciiniimiii roil leaf, t'.fHM
in. mi; iniHliiiiii 10 ivroiKl -'..0 J iii 17.-HK
llAV t'lairiH s.im,ip.ii. lor prime toeholeo
now; Clover inixeil. fS i;li) lur oimiiiion to
prime: elioiee now linioiliy, ll.Ui.'i'i.l.'.W; lun
Hn rrnn Kiriner: choieoto l.inev ero.irnerv
aii.'.V; ilairv, ulioiee to tuni.'y, niiJlTe; low
Koos Active; fresh stock, l:.V:l:.'' jo per
Potatoks (,'u i t. hi ;i7'i i' Me per liusliel.
PoitK .stoaily ; now mem. ; 1 1,0a,
l.Aiio i,iul.'i ; nrnnn siu.tin. 7 'mlT ie
Hacom Ixinifs, liu: i-liorts, II ', .j 11 e;
Clem riliH, ll'4e, nil piiekeii.
Wool. ruli-wa-liO'l. eiimen. IK'ftlle: rair,
27ff-"ie; ilimry oi l low ':.r rja. I nw nhei
Choice ineilluin, ' Li8.-e; irnoil Hvora,'u nnviinin
W'fiJOe; HileeiiHl .iiflit line I gl.io; iron I av
erUKu, li'tl7e; leavv 11-01 to ; co nmn.', '4
010 hi, -l ia."e: coiiiDine, lowirraios. 10
llllics Uiuct; Ury IIiiil, li'ji:; ilaniiiroil,
Vi'tu: nuns or Mas. tile; ilry sal mm,
lu: ilrv RiiiUM, ilain me 1. Lie: km mil
calf, Biitel, 'o; ila naueil, ti',c: nuns mil
suiirs, 11 ue; irreon, uncnro l, 7 ,c; iliiniii'ed,
Smkkp Pki.ts Weak; irre'Mi. '5 fS.1; dry
do, 4'i.'y,5n., us to ainieint and 'inantyo wu ii;
frreon stietirliiiirv l .Mo; dry do, Uij,I.xj;
green lamu tkins, 'Ait,f.
Wiikat Wenker; No Hod, Soplom'ier;
(K)e; lletolM r, ,10; Noveeiliei', IM Ue
eonilci', It i'.e; .lanuary, ti;e; 'lay, fl.nl a.
I oiin W eakei Septomlier, lile; I t ln-r,
604e; Novoinlier, fiiie.
.OATS Firmer; Aiuust, IVIe; Septomlier,
82!c; October, it'e; No.eiuber, ale.
Wiikat Firmer; September, 7ti1ie; Octo
ber, Sl'm,Sl sje; Novcmhor, S,pBo; lloeembi r,
tloitN Steady; Amru.t, "''c; Septomlier,
KJic; Oeiolier, Hl',c; Novemlier. 4." S c ;
year, i.'.r; May, 4:il,e.
Oats Steady; Autrusf, ''ic; Septcnber,
2i So: October, M .0; year, :.Vie; M iy. me.
1'onK Sieadv Autrust, f::7..Vi; Seiitoiiiber,
fIS; October, f IS; .year, fl.-.'.iVI
1.AHO Weaker; August, f ..4.'",; Sep'onibor,
(T.4"S; October, fi..Vi; Nuvemlier,
Shout Kins Soptoinber, fl(J.2.'i; October,
Live Stock Markets.
Hoos-Iteeeiits, 12,0k); fairly aot.ivo; lower;
Hirht, f.r.7.''i)ti.,rxi; rough nm-idnk', f-i.SOiii.l.i;
beiivy iHiekinir and sulppliiKi fH.20rftl.H0i
t'ATTl.r Keeeipts, r,2iM; brisk for fat cat
tlo an I firm; exports nt fil.H.Mii,".f,i; urood to
eholee at f.i.!Mir,il.iiil: rommon to inodiuin, 1 4.20
Wii. SO; Texaiis. -:i.jOi(.l.i'(i.
Siikkp Iteeoipts, 1,000; weak; common to
Catti.k Heoelpts, 4tK); oITerlnirs very
ll'jrlit ; iiuirkot stronK! native steers t,2n0
to l.rsK) pounds uveiiiire, ii.iUliiS.OU: do l0
to 1,M0 pounds nvorairu, f l.sndf.viJO; 8t ickers
and feeders, f l.'iOiil.'iO; jrasg Texas steers,
Hi iris Receipts, 4,fi(Kl; flrmer and 5o
higher; lots 201 lo lt.1l pounds averaifo at
fri.s.ViVi.25; mainly at fiUlii'Oii.15.
Siieki Kecelpts, HI; iptiet and uiieliauged.
Catti.k t'nrhanco 1; light steers, $1.00
4.-',r. mixed biiteliora, f3.lii5l.2ri; (dockers,
Siikki' Market unehnngecl; common to fair,
(lUia; Bond to elioiee, M.7 CiLIU; few very
extra nold at f l.Vi; Western Innilw, $ii.i'iii
4.40; I aniida lambs, f 4..1i..4.T.'i.
lions I nclianged; good ivralo stoadv;
good Mlrliiiin aiel fra-s 'in I.K.n'i.i'i; gnod
corn fed Yorkern. fn.ofiinyUii; a number ot
loads of Common stock unsold.
Money and Stock Market.
Nkw Vohk, August at. Money 2 per centi
exchange firm: (loycrnmentfl strong; cur
rennv s's, 12 bid; 4's, eoutioii, I2n;vi bid; 4','s,
do, H314 t'l''. -Market openod weak, and tho
hears Immodlatnlv began selling 1'nion I'ael
He. which yielded readily and wnakcn"d the
whole list, which iu the first forty 1111111110-1 de
clined si to 24, but supporting cllitics, bo
coming alarmed at the rapidity of the down
wind movement, Font in numerous' ord is,
and Aiiocwvled in tirlrglug nliotit, a recovery
lo nearly the best llgures bv midday. Tho
Improvmnent, however, ws.s Iho signal for re
new ed s lling, and at this hour, l:;u p. in.,
prli'i ine ilon n tolhelowiist point, ami the
tone Is wena.
STOVES,-:- KAHGES, -:- TIN,
.1 .'1 J 11 1) CUT i it Tl 1 IX
,.. ... . ,, . , , . ... . .
r,iji ;ii:. id.ui j tins, ;ii('r
A.onr lor Ad. ins & i-t'nKe Oil. in.olirm and Gas toves, iMroit
Nn'c '1.. i : in bo" s,,,.' 1 Cliillol Mows, Wnlkiii!? CiiU:v,itors.
Al ... .I ''!',! . I - , r r
iXos. 27 & 33,
'M'.i.Ki'iroNi': no. mo.
C.LOTH IjSTG I I O LTSJil,
13( (yummcrcial Avenno,
Nnilr.iM In tliU column tnruo lltiea or lo ) cents
onenidertiuu ur j 1 .in) p r wuuk.
New llnmii Si'ulnjj Miicliino rllit from Die fac
tory, ,11 price $jil for $.1", B. A. Uuriiutt.
11 ay il ek j 1 111)1 neat nirriv. lint prlie $;4.'i, new,
pmul job, lur JITi'l I i:iu iro nf I'. A. Hirnint.
Ibiydoek 1'lim tun. m w. bt priie f ;ii, for fli5.
I qiert- nl K. A. Hi 1 lu ll . Iiiillelin Ollke.
ri'AII.OItS WAN I'EU.-Twq Journey tnen-H cent
J- inn,, it nml a uiiii- maker, only i;iui unrkiiieu
med Hpplv. r. LkllMM!, No. 10 Ohio l.evee,
Cain', l.liiiniti. iiii'.'ii Ht
1OI! 11 N I' Thai flm re'dvuee p-oprly cnrni r
J liu iir nk Avi 1, ue an, I '.Mr I Mre, t. knnwu 119 the
(.'ulil I'lace. I.enl Uisv to ,1 i'wnl (.-H i lit.
XI. J. lb Wl EV, gout.
At Auction Yaliiiilile heal 1st ate
At III lr,int don' of tliu C i.irt IIo s i, In Cairo,
IIIh.. 11! i I', il., .u
WKDXKSIIAY Hie lrt DAVul (IL'TOII" H, 18H,
I wi 1 nil- 1 f r mi e t t e liilio-l I) d or, Urn f.il
;o'.i!iI vi' vile ruli i! pix.i rj,y ilti'kh i.-e
h il nl HI. I 0 I' H .1 in i .u i.V'-un , tii-j lining;
II i't'1-r,. ii. il; .it. bw.'l.i .' iiiiiik.' 11 Iii'd A,
M 11 ii Ij, It ii- 110, I..11 - re 1 D.icllin Ilium
liini .in Il umI V bl.uk "!l, C'"i ire i-tre t. I.1011
aim 11 1 'i h I'i. lut n din. 1 , I'.'j.iar lieitj lot
11, 11 ncK In, l-l .iililiiinii. n.nr lie: N.'w York more;
.ot :W, nek II , lith rret,
T on if verv uui-iiali.e pr ipe ty, flnmlod in the
bti-ini'"" i'u t i-i f ut' t lie cily, a d new that it In c r
tnln Ciltn will hiioi ill'y inc. inu 11 1 real riiilrnnd
ami iiiiiiiiii rcMil city, ;imi nl- an opi in in, it) for
Inve Hunt 11 -1 II ely tn o cur aL'inii.
T .KMS ?-j riifli, hiil.dtt'.il i month serured
wit 1 8 iu 1. nt b teiei-t.-.r i er ei.nt nil' lor cava
lor I'uiiho- iulniiii..tiiiu i'linnr or
(I. S. PIDCIKON.
M.J. IIOVI.IOY, Apml.
Manufacturur aud Denier In
8th Street, between Com'l Avo. i.ud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
AIL K1NOS OP AMl'VITIOV.
tufeii l4:mlred. All Kinili. nl Kova M dn.
u 11. SMITH.
CHBKIIT A. MITI'
Grand Central Store.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Miule to 1 j'clor.
Ptb St., but., uiiio Levoe Coiiiinorcial Are.
Repairing neatly done at short notice.
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mm. JVM AN DA CLAUKSON, Agent.
Next Alexander Co. Hunk, HthSt.
tUT'Uood Stuck and l'rlcel Itoasouuble.CI
tllltl J. gilUi IIVQ,
, 1 . v , .
t ooit'i's iv: ice i.rtJiiii r razors.
13G fcl38 Com'l Ave.
have a full and complete line of
Liuei; (jtiotls, I ustiTs, Motions, Ktc.
A hioivy clock ot Uody I)rui-cli, Taper
triea and luyrain
A full stock of Oil Clo'.hn, all aizes anil prices.
All (jiuxli- r.t Hotloin I'rioesI
. W. HENDERSON,
No. lOiCommerditl Ave.,
bole Agent lbi tliu Cclebrativi
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
Iltiililfrs' Hardware and Carpenters' Tooli-.Tah'e
and Tockot Cutlery, bet In the ranrket. Humeri
llros.' I'lalod Kiilvee, Forks anu Suoonit, Uratnte
lrnu Ware. Merlin Earthenware, White Mountain
Kroezer, Winer Coolers, Refrigerators, Clothes
Wrlimers, Crown Fluter, Step Ladders, Uarden
imiilemonls, (IuIiIob Slur Oil Stove.- het in the
world, Lumps of every desrrl; tion. Klain Oil,
Carpet Sweepers, V ather Dusters. Brooms, Win
dow Screen Wire Cloth, Full supply ol Fishing
Tho above nt rocK bottom prices.
Corner l'Jth and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. 12.
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Successor to Chas. T. Newland an!
II. T. Gerould.)
Plumber. Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave , bet. Tenth and Ele
CAIRO. : : : ILL.
Helve Well Force and Lift Pumps furnished and
put up. A mint for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP'
the best pump ever Invented. New Gas Fixtures
urntsnea to order. Ulrt fixtures repaired ana
fc"Jobblng promptly attended to
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Uor. Nineteenth street! Poii'A Til
Commercial Avenue 1 CttHU. 11'