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Notices lu I en1 cm. ii I lin e line ur i,.
oneinsertlon or ?l.(n j -r week.
W; VI' V I )A r"-"hl'' ev,,f) county,
11 ail I UI in iiiif,n:nn). u:.l employ
agents to set a useful h usebild article 3 n per
cent, profit. Omy 1VU rouiired for in nhlim an. I
iiiiittt . ScLd 5i ecus lor eaiuplu und lu 1 purum-
A. :J. cr.KMr.N rs,
Junw'MtDU'it, Ind .
W W I It. Il-Lidles or y0""-' "' to taku
. ,i,Uic, pleasant workat thulr own
Lome; ft U 55 a diy ea-ily un i, ; work tent tw
mx.l; nor:irvNln.'. Add:e-s Hl,!d Co.',
box 15,, Dubuque, 1 ,wa. - m
(JAIRO OPi'lRA HOUSE.
TK MIN-TRF.f, EVENT OK T1IK SKA-OS !
Olio Nmht Only Iiti voly
FRIDAY, MARCH al.
I'ilively tlio (Jrciitet romp-uny ever
"'ecii iu Cairo.
M. 13. IjEAVITT'S
1 11 I.EAVITT Sole Proi.r
W. S. Cl.K'KI.M) Dim. kci rc' ive
All u:. ii-rt nt a'j.c ni'ii.a ta.ciit of Dick PurKcr.
V.Tir tlil" (irt.t cmiill.y Mil tnsv J dte lor
yuui-'i lf ,OOK! nt the ti'uni' f : 'I he Lkhi;Ii
in li-IC'is Co .! lur.i-'n. the artistic. lioM.y Ncw
romli, Funny Hrr, Arm-tMU..'. K ri-iitric Day?
Keel, th irtefii; E. wiic.il, tiro' que trial
M-teo-s K''iti.".2i Fonn.thu Accomplished Klne
Brothers. Ill Wonderful 'S iprano Haii'ley lirav,
l. Itfl l!rk i,e Wm. K I'o;m ar Frail
Iiowli f' Miliary lUnd and :n. S-U'e' (itniij
OnhcMta. All ttiL-r e ui.il 2 UlUT M .Lffi'l Co.
ibrltles. Fits', ti-ne here of N;.n:!e! Flriu
"Jav Gould Yacht."
Alio pieseLtin,: ni.'trly the New at.d Original
Urk' q le.
Lcngtree or the Jersey Lily's Peri
Crum-ric ai s. Cirians at Mr'Wji, in. Ad
mission: ?, 5a::d ;j rents St a a tun be se
cured at IP) 'it's J'-wi-iry 'eij:v.
llXIi T 1 K1 h It.
) ANK STATKMKNT.
UEPoirr of the condition
op the '
CITY XATIOXAIj HANK
at Cairo, lu the Slute ol IliiuoS1, at the cloi-e oi"
lldifh Till, lCiit.
I oar." and discount tl'i sH 75
Overdraft 1,T1 11
I'. S. bonde to tecum circula-
tiou - u'),nj ii
Other itotka. bouile and moil
Due Iroiu approved reserve
au'i-nia ? 7 4'Ki :4
Iue Iroin utlar National Imnka ai.'.'li t'5
Due from State Imiiks and
baukern 4:!i ,7 Tf 1 At' C8
Heal estate, furniture und fi$-
turea J5,;'lj ( 8
Current txpiusc an 1 tuies
paid 3.N 3 45
Check" and oth-r cash Item. .J l.4
Dills of other liuukn 1H.GH 0l
4raciloiijil i-apor currency,
nickel and pennies 550 'i
(iold Jlo.MI IX)
Silver 7'l no- I' ti i
l.ei:l Tender notes 4j,(WU IW H'.tM4 31
Deoeiuption fnud with I'. S.
Trenniror, (5 per cent, of
circulation) 1.1S5 00
D:ie from L'. S. Treasurer,
other than 5 per leut. re
$7 O.tio 12
Capital stock paid in lim.nnn (in
Surplus Fund lW.tM (H! S'O.mrt 00
I ndivlded Profits 10,780 41
National bank notes ontetand-
nividenils unpaid 1,030 00
Individual deposits subject to
check ! ur3M IM
Demand certlflcates of deposit. 'JI.5ih) U7
Certitled chi-cks 5 0 00
Duo to other National bunks.. (5J!ll
Due to State banks and bank
era G1.T0J T4 5 Jl.0'0 Tl
Totai $TII i,98T 11
Sintc-of Illinois, county of Alexander, ss.
l.Thos. A-. Hiilllriav, Cashier of thu above tianiea
bunk, do solemnly swear tlmt the alxive stnteiuent
is true to the best "of mv knowledge and belief.
Tikis. W. IIai.i.iiiav, Cashier.
Snbsctibed and sworn to before me this KHh day
of March, 11. L. D. HAY I. ICY.
It, II. ri'SSINOIUM, 1
ii. I) Wn.MAMsos, VDIrectors.
II. II. CAKtlKE, 1
136 & 138 Com'l Ave.
have received a full ind complete lino
ol new Fall and Winter
Cloaks, Dolinnns, Notions, Etc.
A heavy atnek of Body Brussels, Taper
tries and Ingrain
A full stock of Oil Cloths, ullaUes and prices.
ii i o n i r i
A full and tomnb te stock la now helnif
closed out at great bargain.
Uood at Dottom Friooa!
Clcihing & Gents' Furnish'g Goorls
KANSAS TO OHIO.
In Romombranco of tho Days
Whon Ohio's Bounty Flooded
The Grateful State of Kansas Returns a
Grasshopper Train Laden With
the Staff of Life.
A Novel Exhibition of Goodfellowsbip,
Calculated to Make Us Love
Our Countrymen More.
Sr. Lon.s, Mo., March 20. A train of
thirty-one curs, loaded with corn, tho
donation of Snlgewick County, Kas., to
tin; Ohio Hood sufferer, reached St.
Louis over the Chicago & Alton Line this
afternoon, ami will remain at Clark ave
nue aiid Miohteenth street until inorniii!?.
Intltcwayof a contribution this is the
most novel thinsj seen In this country,
find its progress from Wichita, Kas., has
been marked by demonst rations all alontr,
the route, at Lawrence, Kas , there brim;
5,0' 0 people out to see It pass thronoh,
while' at Mexico, Mo., it was hon
ored with a torchlight reception. Kach
car has an immense canvas cartoon on
caeh sido, painted iu colors, representing
frrasshupiiers In all sizes ttinl inannt rs
of pi'i'fortiiaii' es, the- most attractive
biinn a pair of hoppers astride a
luce ear of corn on u wau'oti drivim; four
of i hi- insects, while- in front is a ml'u
board with the inscription, "To the Ohio
Valley." It isall iilitsiratlveof the grati
tude fdt by that section of Kansas fur the
jieiii-roMty shown by the people now siif
leritia fiom the floods, when Kati-as
was prostr.it, d by the grasshopper
Keonic iu !7t. 'i'his plan of reeip
r c-;t t i ii tr the hiudiii--- took form March
1, and by the 17th the entire train
had been loaded; but contributions
were so numerous that the surplus
was sold for sjnu, and an imperative stop
put to any further donations, as they
could not be handled. The train
h is l..i i ti given free transportation over
the Santa Fe, Chicago & Alton and Ohio
i MN-isippi li'iads, and it is expected
will ri a -h Ciiieiuiiaii Saturday night and
be delivered to tile liiurd of Trade on
Monday, k is thought the sale of tin;
corn will realize about s1i'v.mi. Those
who are attending the train are Mayor
ir:ffen-ti -hi, of Wichita; W. S. White,
lleaeon; Major W. T. .Jewitt, represent
ing tin.- farmer-; l'rof. Norvall, decorator
of the A., T. i S. F. ; T. J. Mieltoh,
'i u k Knurs .my-ti:i:y'.
Body of a Man Found in the Chicago
River With His Hands Bound.
CntcAO.i, Iu.., March :'u. The North
side police and detectives are all agog
over a mystery which they claim con
'Ceals a cold-blooded murder. Shortly
before- dusk, Tuesday evening, Anton
Wagner und Anton Kelhtt, of No. 'Jo
Fox place, cli-covefed the body of a
man floating in the N'irth branch of tho
river, at the "foot of lllack liawk street,
ami reported the matter to the police of
the Kaw.-ou Street Station. Mlicer (.1 iilin
was sent ditto Investigate, and the body
was pointed out to him by Wagner and
Kellat, and be. summoned the patrol
vug n to convey it to the morgue at the
county hospital. The body .yas with dif
ficulty taken from the water, und when it
was fully exposed to view Oil the dock,
the otlicers were astonished to lind that
lisith arms were tied securely behind the
back of the deceased, and the
cud of tho rope fastened about
his right leg. The left cheek
above the mouth and left temple were
badly discolored, which gave ri.-e to the
inipre.--ion that the deceased hail been
struck a hard blow with some blunt in
strument. There were no other vi-iblo
marks aside from the suspicious presence
of the rope, which wouid indicate that
murder had been committed. The body
was conveyed to the morgue at the
County llo-pital, where it is now await
ing the action of a Coroner's Jury. Late
nt night Lieutenant Arch, of the Chicago
Avenue Station, accompanied by De
tective llass, visited the morgue
and made: a careful examination of the
body. They were greatly perplexed after
the examination, but believe tfiat the de
ceased was murdered and that the blows
on the left t.ide of the face and head were
produced by his murderers. One mark
which will probably lead to his identifica
tion w as a peculiar wound over bis right
eye. The latter organ was probably gone
altogether, as the cvelid was sewed
lirmiy to his cheek. The deceased was
dressed iu a suit made of black
diagonal of line texture, and
a tine gray overcoat. His shirt
was flannel of a dark brown color. The
deceased was about live feet eight inches
in height, was rather stout, and had curly
hair of a dark brown color. His face was
covered by a short beard of nearly the
same color. From the appearance of the
body it is believed that it has laid in the
water some months, and decomposition
was only prevented by the low tempera
ture of the water. The detectives intend
to make an Immediate investigation of the
case, as they believe the man was mur
dered for some purpose or another. The
Coroner's Jury, which was summoned
yesterday, w ill probably throw some light
on the matter.
HAUNIS-slNi Till: FLOOD.
The Power of Niagara Falls to be Util
ized for Lighting Sixty-five Cities.
Lock pour, X. Y., March 20. Colonel
Leonard llenklo, the inventor of a system
of electric lighting which he proposed to
transmit to sixty-live cities in the United
States from central batteries stationed at
Niagara Falls, and run by the immense
water-power there, was interviewed in
this city by reporters. The action of the
State Commissioner condemning the land
around the falls for anjlnternational 1'ark
has greatly disconcerted Colonel llenkle's
arrangements, but he said--new ones
will bo made and the work will certainly
go on. On Sunday ho received a letter
from a Chicago banker, who has taken
$1,000,000 of the stock, stating that he
was soon coming east to Haltimorff,
which city ho would make his head
quarters, lie will there take charge ol
tho compujiy and form, a- syndicate In
New York City to go on with tho
work. Colonel llei klo Is now having
a cottage built at Niagara Falls, which
will be ready for his occupancy lit May,
and ho will then go there to superintend
the work of erecting buildings for the
batteries and digging a canal to obtain
the wafer-power. The power will be
transmitted in a silver wiro about the
size of a straw, laid underground, in
closed in heavy pipes made of asphaltutn.
Sit' li a wire, tho Colonel states, can, with
u forty-foot battery at the Niagara Falls
end, transmit in foiirhours, to Kochester,
enough electricity to light that city for
Iwilve hours. The sixty-live cities are
nil over;lu,iioo population, Lockport und
lliili'ilo will probably be the llrst daces
where he will Introduce his apparatus us
experimental points, and he expects to bo
able to make ihoseexpcrinieiits next Full.
I!y a properly constructed means for tho
conservation of electric energy lie expects
to overcome the resistance usually found
In transmitting currents through long distances.
TILKKN TIIF. IIOl'F,
And Free Trade the Fear of the West'
Wiikkunc, W. Va., March 20. With
a view of ascertaining tho Presidential
preferences of leading Democrats, In
terviews were had with about fifty
prominent members of the party in
this city, Including ull State, county,
and city ollicials and local leaders of
tho organization.' The result showed a
wonderful unanimity of feeling in favor
of Tilden. His nume was every where
mentioned with the greatest enthusi
asm, and probably ninety-live per cent,
of the party hero consider him
the most mailable man. lu fact,
his Is the only name mentioned as a first
choice. When others wire referred to, it
was only because of a feeling that Tiiden,
believing himself unable to stand the ex
citement and labor inseparable from a
Presidential canvass, would refuse to a:-'
cept a nomination. As Illustrating the
sentiment, of the entire number
of Slate ollicials, clerks, and attaches at
the capital, no one could be found advo
cating the claims of any other than the
New Vork statesman. Should circumstan
ces, however, make another selection pos
sible, the majority of Tilih n's friends ex
pressed a decided preference for Handall,
with the minority about equally divided
between Hoadly, Payne and McDonald.
Bayard was seldom mentioned. Jeff
Davis was enthusiastically boomed by
one uuregeiii rated Confederate. Beyond
advocating the old ticket there was little
expression of opinion us to Vice Pres
ident. Must of those interviewed had
no personal preference und no name to
suggest. (leneral confidence was ex
pressed in the ability of the Democracy
to carry the State for the party nominee,
ixeeptin the contingency of the issue
being sijiiaivly and openly for free trade,
in which event it was conceded the I!o
publicans would win.
CAT HIS TIIItOAT.
Drink and Private Troubles the Alleged
Locisvii.i.k, Kv., March 20. Thomas
,1. (iilligan, a well-known lawyer and poli
tician of Jcffcr-unvilte, Illd., attempted
to commit suicide by cutting his throat
with an ordinary pocket-knife. He was
found shortly afterward lying lu a pool of
blood in his olliee. The jugular vein
was not severed, and his recovery is quite
possible. It is said that he was suffering
from mental aberration brought about by
drink anil private troubles, (jillban, be
sides being a successful practicing, at
torney, is Secretary of the Ohio Falls
Loan Association, in which capacity he
handled large Minis of money. Tho
Trea-un r of the same concern says, how
ever, that his accounts are all right,
i.illigan is President as well as ex-Grand
Secretary of the Catholic Knights of
America, and iskuowiall over the
VHF.CPUTY AT TIIF HUB.
Fruits of Education at Reformatory In
stitutions. P.oston, Mass., March 20. A gang of
fifteen boys were arrested in South
Boston last night, and three of their
leaders held for examination. Many
small larcenies are charged against
them, the raids being planned . in ah
old cellar, which they call their den.
Coleman O'Donnell, the leading spirit,
sixteen years old, is stiid to have beeu
recently released from the reformatory
Institution. The ages of the others range
from twelve to fifteen. They had a pe
culiar language known only to members
of the gang, and for an hour mystified
the oiUccrs of the station with their con
versation. !Ui:i FOIt SLA Nl) Ell,
An Illinois Society Belle vs. a County
SiiKi.nvvii.i.K., Ii.i.., March 20. Miss
Nannie Loiter, one of Shelbyville's most
prominent society belles, has sued Mrs.
James D. Frazor, wife of the County
Clerk, for slander. The parties concerned
are of high standing, and the case is re
garded with much Interest. It will be
tried at the April term of Court.
Desecrating- the Grave of Webster.
Boston, Mass., March 20. In .Septem
ber last, persons visiting tho tomb of
Daniel Webster, In Marshlleld, discovered
that the marble tablet bearing the name
and the date of decease, had been mutil
ated. Herbert M. Jackson, llfteen years
of age, belonging In Jamaica Plains, who
was suspected, confessed his guilt to his
father, and it was decided not to prose
cute the boy on account of his youth,
Jackson agreeing to replace the mutilated
tablet. A new tablet was placed on tho
site, and the bill sent to Jackson, who, it
is said, declined to pay on the ground that
his son was not the only guilty-person.
Young Jackson said that a party of boys
visited the tomb, and as he had for some
time been gathering a collection of relics,
he chipped off a piece of the marble slab,
not thinking there was any harm iu it.
Anybody Can Boat Eada-in Talk.
Galvkston, Tex., March 20. Colonel
Mauslleld, United States engineer In
charge of the Galveston harbor Improve
ments, was Interviewed by a reporter re
garding Captain Lads' proposition, now
before Congress, to open a channel thirty
feet deep across Galveston bar for $7,
750,000. The Colonel said there wus no
reason to doubt Lads' ability to accom
plish the work, and added slgnlflcantlyi
"I am confident that I could do it for
aDout ten per cent, of his demands. Tho
present plan requires hot over 730,000,
and with adequate funds will give practi
cal bcnellts Inside of three months.
Twenty-llvo feet of water will lie ob
tained In one year, then five or even ten
feet more is only a matter of a llttlo
JMc iu. A, .y
A BRUTAL EXHIBITION,
Tha Knocklng-Out Matinoo Bo
twoen Two New York
An Exhibition of Cowardly Slugging
VTlich Was a Disgrace to the Moat
Disgraceful of Professions.
Paddy Sullivan and Referee O'Brien Suc
ceed in Vanquishing Al. Powers
Foul Play in Pandemonium.
New Yokk, March 20. Tho most ex
citing slugging bout that has taken place
iu this city for some time occurred at
Clarendon Hall last night. It was also
the worst managed, and tho shameful
scenes enacted before tho eyes of tho po
lice were never eclipsed. Al. Powers, of
Brooklyn, and Paddy Sullivan were tho
contestants, and the hitter's tactics were
such that though they won him tho bat
tle, they called forth cries of disapproval
from the spectators. That the referee
allowed Sullivan to act as ho did was the
occasion of much ill feeling, and it seem
ed at one time us though tho spectators
would attempt to interfere. The battle,
was a four-round knocking-out match
I for 2:0 a side, with soft gloves. At'J :o0
o'clock the men
AITKAIti:i OX THE STAGE.
Sullivan was accompanied by Coburn and
; Powers by Mike Donovan. Sullivan Is a
' stocky fellow, twenty-four years of ago,
standing live feet seven and three-quarter
inches and weighing lcs, pounds. Powers
I is about the same height, and weighed 100
; pounds. I lu Is twenty-one years old.
I Billy O'Brien was referee and time-keep-!
er. The men advanced from their corners
and shook hands. Sullivan led at the
; throat and Powers countered him hmvily
' on the face. Sullivan then rushed at Pow
ers and began hugging and wrestling until
both went over tho ropes. When they re
turned Powers swung his right homo on
Sullivan's jaw and nearly knocked him
out. Sullivan rushed back, head down
and pushed Powers down, his head strik
ing the floor heavily. When he arose time
was called. Powers evidently hail the best
of the battle so far.
IX THE SKfOMt liurxi)
Powers led and planted his left on Sulli
vau's jaw, and the latter rushed him off
his feet. The crowd was frantic and tho
place was a perfect bedlam. Iu the next
rush both w ent over the ropes, and when
they arose Powers was thrown over again
by his adversary, who all but jumped ou
him. Then Sullivan hit Powers on the
jaw twice in rapid succession and the lat
ter thumped him in fine style. He could
not wrestle, and Sullivan pushed hint
down and stood over him. As Powers
attempted to rise Sullivan hit him and
knocked him down again. Every man in
the house jumped to Ids feet and cried
"foul!" and "shoot the referee." O'Brien
took no cognizance of the foul and or
dered the men to light on, which they did
ior.i'fteen minutes, w hen time was called.
the third no VXD
was a beastly exhibition. It showed the
referee's lackof knowledge of tho rules,
and ulso his unwillingness to allow Pow
ers any chance to win the fight. Sulli
van led on the nose, and Powers swung
his right on the jaw twice in quick
order. Then Sullivan renew ed his rush
ing tactics, and threw Powers over tho
ropes twice iu seven seconds. When
Powers arose after the second fall
Sullivan hit him in tho face with his
left and knocked him into a corner,
where he sank to rest on a chair. Ho
was then down, according to the rules, but
Sttllivancanght bim by thethroataud held
htm in the chair, while he delivered heavy
blows on the face that sent the almost
helpless man's head back against tho
wall. Donovan claimed the tight on a
foul, and O'Brien replied, "I'm referee
here." Then Powers fell from the chair
and sprawled over the stage. lie gamely
rose and was again knocked down. Sulli
van stood over him and refused to go to
his corner and O'Brien refused to make
him go. Again did Powers stagger to his
feet and again did ho go down before the
furious onslaughts of Sullivan, who
seemed insauo with rage. Time was
called, and as Powers went to his corner,
Sullivan followed him and hit him until
taken forcibly . away by Mickey Coburn,
and the referee refused "to entertain Don
ovan's claim of foul.
IX TUB FOURTH KOUND
Powers went to the floor eight times, fall
ing four times of his own accord to avoid
punishment. Sullivan let at the head and
Powers countered him in the face. Then
Powers fell. At the next attempt Sulli
van rushed him to the ropes and shoved
him over. Then they hammered each
other until Powers was knocked down by
a swinging right-hander on the jaw.
Sullivan persisted In standing over hlin
and hitting him as ho arose. Donovan
claimed the light a dozen times on as
many fouls, and the crowd threatened
lo "clean the place out." But
they could not frighten O'Brien. In
a general sort of row, during which
the principals pounded each other on the
lloorandthe seconds yelled at them and
each other. O'Brien's gold watch went
Hying through the air and landed on the
stage. Finally Powers got tired of get
ting up to be' knocked or pushed down,
and when Sullivan refused to go to his
corner to allow Powers to get up, the lat
ter lay on the lloor until the ten seconds
expired. O'Brien declared him "knocked
out," and gave the battle stakes to Sul
livan. Then followed a perfect pande
monium. Everybody threatened to
knock everybody else out, and a
free fight seemed imminent, but tho
police never attempted to Interfere.
During tho fight, Powers fell, or was
thrown, or knocked down tweuty-four
times. Sullivan was thrown down three
times. Powers won the fight on fouls a
dozen times, but the claims of his second
was not heeded by the referee. Tho total
lighting time was H minutes 9 3-3
Protesting Against HoBtllo Patent Laws.
rinsnt'itoii, Pa., March 20. Tho
Chamber of Commerce lu session this
morning protested against the passage of
tho various hostile patent bills now before
Congress, and requested our Senators and
Representatives to glvo It their careful
consideration and endeavor to prevent
legislation which In effect will dlscourago
active minds from engaging In tho devel
opment of machinery and appliances
such as have been and are so great a ben
fit to all agricultural and mechanical Interests.
FOltHIUN m:vs. I
London, March 20. Tho Dnibj A'ewo,
discussing the possibility of tho dissolu
tion of Parliament and urging tho Liber
als to be ready to take action at a mo
incut's notice, says; "Never since tho
days of Bolingbroko has England seen a
great party so unscrupulous ami unpa
triotic as tho opposition, which take every
advantage of the diltlcultles of the Gov
ernment and allies itself with any causo
or party which promises to embarrass tho
Cabinet. Sir Stafford Northcote is not
the originator of these tactics, but he
winks at them."
London, March 20. The Marquis of
Lome has received from Canada half a
million whiteflsh eggs, with which ho
will try the experiment of stocking En
London, March 20. A bill has been in
troduced Ju tho Commons providing for
the restriction of tho sale of patent medi
cines until they have been officially
analyzed and pronounced not poisonous.
Suakim, March 20. Spies report that
Osman Dignawith a few followers lied to
tho interior. His llight is attributed to
the reward offered for his capture. Tho
slaves are deserting him and fleeing to
TO RESCUE GORDON.
Paris, March 20. The Fiyaro'i Cairo
di.-putch this morning says: "General
Gordon has told tho French Consul at
Khartoum that he was disappointed in
what he had been able to accomplish.
He said it would bo impossible for hiin
to defend the place againt tho advancing
tribes. In Cairo, It is stated that Abdel
Kadir Pasha, Minister of War, will bo
sent to rescue Gordon."
London, March 20. The dispatches
from newspaper reporters at Suakim seri
ously contlict. It is now reported that
Osman has summoned his tribes to a
meeting to-morrow in order to arrange
for a renewal of active operations.
WITHDRAWS TDK REWARD.
Suakim, March 20. Admiral Hewett
has withdrawn his proclamation offering
l,0u0 for Osinan's head.
Paris, March 20. After tho capture of
Hang lloa the French will fix the western
frontier of Tonqnin at Tuan Kuan, which
Is now in possession of tho Black Flags.
Tho Black Flags will be allowed to retain
all tho towns from Tuan Kuan to Lao
Kai, oulhe condition that they will guar
antee free navigation of the Upper Song
Koi. The northern frontier of Tonqulu
w ill extend from Phulang Tliuong to Titan
Kuan, by way of Phu Binh and l'hu Doan
Home, March 20. In the election of
President of tho Chamber of Deputies
yesterday, fifty-four blauk ballots were
cast. As Signor Coppcno was a Cabinet
candidate, this is regarded as an Indica
tion of desire on the part of the Deputies
to change the Cabinet,
A HIGH-STRUNG MINISTRY.
Home, March 20. The Italian Ministry
has resigned because Signor Cappino,
their candidate for the Presidency of the
Chamber of Deputies, was elected yester
day by a narrow majority only.
Oram and Provisions.
TIICTISDAY, M AIICH 20, 18S1.
Cotton Steady; middling Wo.
Fnorit-Stcady; XAX to Choice, f3.CKM.80;
WiiKAT-Weuker; No. 2, lted, fl.005tl.10;
No. .) lied, lWVU'7o.
Cons Sternly; No. 3 mixed, 4(-31So;
No. i whito mixed, Si'VK'io.
DATS Weak; No. 2(t:tl'-,o.
Kyk Firm; No. 2, frt&V.'c.
Toii.u'co Firm; hnrs. common to eholeo,
$.".7.V&10.llU; leaf; common red leaf, fS.OUii
W.tKl; mediuin to (fooil Jlu'.5O'i!,t7.50.
HAV I'l-tiirio s..rK3!l.iV) for prime; flo.OO
(ft Ul.."0 forelioieo; mixed $,-i(,U for common
to prime: timothy flKtl."ior prlino to fancy.
Hi'm.n Finn; elioieo creamery, ilejWio;
fancy, Sl'liiculairy, jrood to choice, SAtd'Tee;
lind iirt'ilMc fnrsoleet; low vrudus nominal.
Eiids In demand at ISgJISSo.
I'otatoks Sieiuly; choice Northorn, 40
42' jo; fair, ilTlTe.; common, 2.jJiie.-
Point Firmer; standard muss, tltUU'i
Kii.icc.; Iiurd sido, flS.uo.
Laud Dull; primo steam, nominal at WiQ
lUcos Loners, 10310'ic; shorts, TOMo;
clear rib, lu'4e.
Wool, Tub-Hiisbeil eholeo, XKWic; com
mon, SSIWe: unwashed, medium, 2jjaL,o; low
nml coarse irrudes, fSiilnc.
II 1 oks-Steady; dry Hint, 17!4c: diimnired,
He; bulls or stairs, Hki ; dry suited, 12o; ilrysalt
od, damaired, 10e: kip and calf, suited, S'o;
dtiiiuijrcd, tl'tc; bulls and stays, 5!to; grueu,
nneureil, rt'je; damuired, .To.
isiikki Pelts Steady ; ir roe n, 7Ctf?,!Wc ; d ry d o,
JtKsi'lOc., 11s to amount mid quality of wool;
green shearings, i-'OiOe; dry do, lexiAlo.
WiiEAT-Hiuher; March, HOo: April, 90fc.;
May, I'i'ic; Juno, WI.V".li7f; July, 7 'e.
Cohn Srionner; March, Me; April, 52)40;
Milv.ri'i V: June, fi7e; July, fill 'o.
oats Sternly; March, Jj.'iie; April, 31o;
May, U.je; June, Sn'o.
1'oitK-Firmer; March, tl".7!i; May, f 18.10;
Laud Lower; March. $9.15; May, f'J.OO;
June, f.1.70: year, f '.!.:.'().
siioitr ltiiis-Mareli, f9.33; May, f!).35;
Wheat Firmer; No. 2 lted, March, t l.0;?t';
April, l.0S'j; May, fl.l'i; Juno, fl.lSSi.
Corn Slronifer; Mixed Western, March
tIP.ie; April, OJc; May, liJo; Juno, 4e; July,
Oats Stminrer; Western, March, 40So;
Muv, 4ne; June, 41-40.
Provisions Pork Dull: rness, f 17.503
17.75; Lard Firm; steam, 19.7214.
Live Stock llarkets.
Hons HecelptsH.MlO; fuirlv nellve nt fffiWo
hlirher; IMit, 50 Vi.il.75: rouifti mcklnr. fiUil
frol.fO; heavy packing mid shipping, fu.Mii
CATTI.B-Ileoolpts, ftstX); trW mid Mo.
hlirher: exports, (UKii.";: .?'"! ' choice,
tiVUW.il.ln: common to lair fa.ttKo;.).tio.
SiiKKi'-Koeelpts, 1,000; Htroior; common to
CATTt.B-Qule-t! fair to good, $5.35Tfn.05i
butchers', fl.llOU5.J0; good shlppois, fS.iKKjJ
"'Hiikup-DuIIs fatr to Brood Western snoop,
f I HW..-).5I: eholeo to fancy, fS.XIKuVI.OU.
Hons Dull mid lower; good to choice York
em, fiUWO.sU; good medium weights, ftl.uS
CATTI.R-Stronger; native steers of 1,012 to
I,i0 ll. av fri.2ouV.ki; Mookura and feeders,
l4.HKii5.ou: oowa, f3.75tiM.50.
Hons Firmer : good heiiyy,f1.25($0.05; mix
ed; .25tf7.00 lights, 6.l5(.'6t).25.
Siiitr-p-stcaibi uuitnt of 7t to 100 lbs. ay,
fa.oodfiuo. . . -
hen a man baa suffered from Rhoumatmm
only a Uttio while, and Is relieved from his pain,
he U happy and delighted. But suppose he has
Suffered for more than a
third of a century.
Alvln (jrlm, nt Vale, towa, wnts:
"ATHLomottwi ha hBll ma much. The
pain In my Umt U all koiic, but wnielame.
nesa la left yet, and weU there rulxht be,
fur I have been troubled fur thirty -five
years with Rheumatism."
Mrs. A. B. Caker, of Chicago,
Had rheumatic pains In her
back for fifteen years,
and .Mr. Baker had been tho victim of Rheu
matism, until his head was drawn down over
his left shoulder. Mr. Baker writes.'
O " II all a bottle of ArnuirnoRoa made O
me ag (rood an now. My wlfo hog token
tho other half, and baa not complained of
her baek niiieo. She Bays ber back never tu 9
V 80 free from pain and ache an It haa been
9 aiuce the lxm taken the AiuLopaonos." 9
There aro many people who think that
because they have sutlercd so long, and
have tried so many medicines in vain, they
must "Buffer on their threescore years."
But you see what Athlopiiokos haa done.
However Old your Case;
However Severe your I'alnsj
However Ureal your Dlsuiipolatmcnta,
If you cannot trot ATHLopHononof your drnwdrt,
j will Bend it cxprexH paid, on receipt of regular
I ii.-j 0110 dollar perlxitUo. Wo pref er that you buy
ii from your dniwist. but if he haunt It. do not bo
I ivii.ided to try Houitthiiig elite, but order at once
f. inn ua an directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
t t t t tf
The bent evidence In the world of the
purity and eieeUence of Blarkwnll'a Bull
Durham HmukiiiK Tobaceo in found tn tho
fact Uiut the fame of this tobacco Increases
from your to year. Thin could not be Uie
cane if it were merely " irntten up to 6ell,"
or had any dubious or daiiKoroua ingre
dient In It AmoiiK millions of uxeia of
all nationalities, surely some one would
Und out if it were impure, Injurious or
unpalatable, For IK years this tobacco has
been acknowledged to lie the btt in iht
iroWil, and every year the Dull Durham
brand wows more popular, tlio demand for
It wider, and Miioktra
more enthusiantieovcr Its
delicious natural flavor.
Ask your dealer for it.
Oet the ireiiuine trade
mark of the Dull.
There is no mischief done where
Ulackwell's Hull Durham
Buiokliitf Tobacco is used.
0. W. HENDERSON
No. 191 Commercial Ave.
Sole Agent lor the Celebrated
STOVES & BANGFfi,
Manufacturer and Dealer fa
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iran Work.
Builders' Hardware and Carpenters' Tool, Table
and Docket Cutlery, best In tho market. Rogers
Bros.' Plated Knives, Forks and Spoons, Oraulte
Iron Ware. Merlin Karthenware, White Mountain
Freezers, Water Coolers, Refrigerators, Clothes
Wringers, Crown Fluters, Step Ladders, Garden
Implements, (lollies Star Oil Stoves best in tho
world, Lumps of every description, filain Oil,
Carp, t Sweepers, Feather Dusters, Brooms, Win
dow Screen Wire Cloth, Full enpply ol Fishing
Tho ubove st rock bottom prices.
Corner 12th and Commercial Avenue, Calio, 111.
Telephone No. 12,
Q EOKGE IIAlvKISON LEACII, M. D.
PHYSICIAN Ss SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
mtni of surgical diseases, and diseases of women
OFFICE On 14iu street, opposite tho Post
office, Cairo, 111.
J)R. J. E. STKOXQ,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, ELECTRO-VAPOR aso MEDICATED
A lady In attendance.
QR. W. C. .ICCFLYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Comp erHM A ten tie
JR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Cmoi-No, 186 Commercial Avenue, between
gghth and Ninth Htreeu
Manufacturer and Dealer In
6th Stroot, between Com'l Ave. ud Lcvo
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMCNITIOJT.
WtoBaMnd.AU KR1 ! a,