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I malaria. t:x:j
-.. . " g"!l I'ox, M emtio!, anil
all Contagious Oiaraaos. persons wailing on
the Si k should use it freely. Scark-1 Fever has
ever been known lu spread where the Hmd was
uted. Yellow 'ever hat been cured with it after
' black vomit lial taki u place, 'ihe wont
cases of lliphthena yield to it.
reveredand Sick Per- I BM ALL-POX
Mill refreshed and
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luna accured y its use.
Ship Fvvr prevented
the home again in three
week, and no uthert
had it.-J W. Paak.
To purify the llrrath,
t.ieanae the lrt
it can't be surpassed
i-.rvsipriHa curea. .
The physician! here
m Darby! Huid very
ue estftilfy in the treat-
lysnt. j ruled.
Wound healed rapidly. .,,f ii;i,,h.,;.
An Antidote for Anim.it
of Vegetable J'uisoms1
I used the Flniil during
our preset afHicu"n w.th
Scarlet (ever with de
cided advanuge. Ii is
ln(lpctuulie to the kick
room. Wm. K. Sanu
!, Eyrie. Ala.
Tetter dried up.
I leer purified and
In raaef Death It
aliould be used about
the corpe it wili
prevent any unpleal-
The eminent I'liy.
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IM Ms, JtL U., New
I York, nys: " I ara
I convinced Prof Darbyi
j I'rophylactic Fluid it a
I valuable disinfectant."
Vanderbllt L'nlvernlty, Naahvllle, Tenn.
I testify to the most eacellent qnalitic of Prof.
Darbyi Hrhylac tic Fluid. At a dumfecunt and
detergent it is both theoretically and practically
superior to any preparation with which 1 am ac
quainted N. T. Lcnuw, I'rof. Cheinittry.
Darbyi fluid la Iteronimended by
Hon Albxandkk H. hTKHNt, of Georgia;
kev. (Jhav F. Dtaat-i, l,l., Church of the
Strangeri , N. V.;
In. LiChnti, Columbia, Prof .University, SC.
Kev. A. J. rUr-rLi, Prof , Mrrrer University;
Kev. ;,,. F. Pikkcs, liuhop M. K. Church.
IMMM'KNSAIIl.K TO KVKKV HOME.
Perfectly harmless. Used internally or
eilerrully (or Man or Beast.
The Fluid has been thoroughly tested, and we
have abundant evirkme that it haa done everything
here claimrd F ir fuller inf rmjtion (-et of your
Drujisi a pamphlet or lend to the proprietor,
J. If. ZKILl.N CO.,
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omn, CiinvulHinriH, Fit. Nervous VurHuiia,
Hiuln li, NiTvoua ProKtnition caumnl by lm tie
of aloolml or tolwueo Wak'-f ulnw MenUU Uiw
preiwioii, Hoftpnitiof the i-ram nllinK in in
aanity hikI IiwIiiik to inu ry, dmty aud tVatli,
Iremature Old An, Jlnrrtntifita, L of iniwrt
In eitlmr act. Involuntary lxin and Srmiiu
orrhnta Miuned byon'r-xortum of lln'bruiti.eelf.
kbunaur vnr.iiiluliretici. 1-Hfb box roiitaitil
one miwtli'a tnyitnu'iit- l.f"la box, or eix iMix.-t
ori(JU,(tntbyniail pn-r'ndon receipt of price.
Wii .I AIt.lTKK MX HOXKH
To enre any cn. With each ortlr rmive.1 by tit
for an boxin. accomiioniiHl witli t-Vdi, we will
end tho purchaser our written KUHiantee ti r.
fundlhe money if the treiitmeiitdiHiUoteUtH.t
cure. UuaraiiUn iwuit'd cuiLy tiy
IIAUHY W. SCIIUII,
Urugglit, Cor. Commurclal avo. A IHiU at.. Cairo,
QEOUOE ii. LE.VCII, M.I).
Hni-clal alteutlnn raid to the Il uuei uithlc treat-
tntiil uf nurglcal die ,m-9. and dleni'S of wunieo
autl rhl drun.
iKKlCB On ll'.h utrtct, oppcutu the I'ot.
office, Cairo. Ill
)K. J. E. STKONO,
123 Coiuiiicrclal Ave , Cairo, III.
VAHOU, ELHcJTKO-VAI'OH ana MBDICATUD
A lately lu aUumlnnco.
U. W. C. JOCKLYN,
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OFK1CK Rlgbtk Htrft. nr ar Vomit errlal AvMtitie
JR. K W. WH1TL0CK,
Drum No. IS! Oomnicrrtal Avunne, halwran
ttrH'i and Nli.lh Htrr,M
Hbop on Halllday Avtintin, hetwenn uurlb aud
Hlxth atresia, Cairo, Illluuli.
jyAll kluda ol light end heavy bUcknojIlhlng,
waiton nd carriage work done In the mo-twoik
manlike manner. Hom-auootiig a uooiilty and
C AIRO DAILY
What They Must Have or
They Will Strike Wednes
Tha Effect Upon Western
Slock Telephone Men
mand Better Pay-Criml
St. I.ocm, July lB.-The telerapheri
will atrlke Wcdneatlay. If they do not It
will be because the Weatern Union concedes
the claliut of the itrlkern. At 9 o'clock
Wedntiday morning a committee that wai
appointed at the meeting of the Brother
hood of Telegrapher Sunday afternoon
will wait on the managers of the Wentorn
Jnlon and demand an increase of 15 per
cent. Ii thU U not granted, with the ex
ocptlou of a few young glrli evsry tcleitraph
operator will refuse to work. What will
occur here will take place at tb.9 tame time
In every city in tne country.
Thin tiprihlng hah b entinx ilnce
early last June, and t have founuf
hit th in Chicago, from whence discus Ion o
the loipniidins movement wai transferred
tn I'lttHiiurL'. where, on Sunday. July 1,
the exccu lve coiruaUlee of the Brotherhood
met mid lirLiitn t., lormulate the bill of
giievaneei which has inee developed. Ia
the movement commercial operator, rail
road operator" and "line men," better
known ait 'repairers,' and telephone
njeratori are Included. The "bill of
zrievan;c, " as presented to-day to Gen.
Eckert and bii aatociatei of the directory,
it at follow:
1. Believing that man's religious and
moral welfare require thnt at le tat one day
la seven be accorded him for rest and re
creation, we demand the total abolition of
Sunday work as a compulsory duty, unlet
oompensated a extra service.
1. That eight hours shall constitute a
regular day's work and seven hourn a reg
ular nigbt'i work; but when circum
stance make the application of this law im
practicable working noun shall be regulated
by local assemblies. Both sexes shall re
ceive equal pay for equal work.
8. That a universal lncrea of 15 per
a-nt. on salaiies now paid be demanded.
4. That the executive board of District
assembly 45 shall ue their discretion In
presenting the above demands upon nil
commercial corporations in the L'nlloil
State provldlag they be made between the
16th day of June and the 15th day of Augtut
next, and that the executive board ahall
give at least two weeks' notice to every
local aawmbly In district 45 as to the exact
time when these demands will be made.
6. That corporations upon whom these
demands shall be mado, an above provided
fur, shall be required to make answer to the
same within fort; -eight hours.
T'" ' " !' tfl.-'.-i ii.li eoniraii
upon whom these demands are made do no
U .i: ...t , ,o ,.li,,,u ,: I, lilt- S'l'C.ll.:il till'
1). strict Kxecuiivtj board shall order u gen
eral MiKpension of busines, If they deem it
advisable, and that they shall hve full
power to condu t any arbitration uppi r
7. rihou Id any company, corporation or
arm accede to the term of the bill of griev
ance, or should a conference, arbitration
or compromise result satisfactorily, in the
Judgment of the District Executive board,
members of the district employed by such
company, corporation or lira may be al
lowed to work, regardless of the refusal of
other companies, corporations or firms to
accede to amid bill of grievances; provided
It shall appear to the satisfaction of tlie Dis
trict board that such action wil I not preju
dice the Interests of members employed by
other companies, corporations or firm's
which have (ailed to accede to said bill of
grievances as aforesaid.
8. That the above completes the bill of
grievance and demands so ipptles
to commercial Interest.
. Linemen's lutcresU. That elcht
hours shall constitute a day's work, and
that compensation at the rate of two days'
pay shall be allowed fqr all Sunday work.
That the lowest salary paid a regular line
man shall be $63 per month, and for
help $50 per month, and that duties of line
man shall be cenflned tolely to tbelr legiti
10. Railroad operator' Interest. That
d operator shall be paid lew than K0 per
11. That an tncreue of $10 per month
hall be added to the aalaries now paid.
11 That all operator required to work
oa Sunday shall be allowed an extra day '
pay for the tame.
A New York dispatch lays that to comply
with the demands of the operators will en
tail an additional expenditure for salaries
and extra help of $3,550,000 per annum.
Information has been received that the
Western Union company at this point,
In preparing for the probable strike, huve
been assisted by the railroad companies,
and that operator from off the line are
being quietly mused here, Id readiness for
WssUre Csslosi Htn Drops.
New York, July le.-In Wall street at
1 p. m. Western Union declined from 80 Hi
to 78K on report that the telegraph opor
atori will lend In a demand for Increased
pay and shorter hour work. The general
stock market continue weak, Lower
Manitoba ha fallen from 1H( to 107V.
The Mercantile Trust company Is paving
the Western Union dividend of om und
three-fourth per cent, to shareholder,
under the Qould agreement.
aV Denaud MM,
Niw York, July 10. A uominlttee from
the telegrapher' organisation, composed
ot seven member from different cities,
called on Gen. Eckert about ten o'clock to
day and presented a letter requesting a
general Increase of fifteen per oent. In the
alarlcs of operator and a alight reduction
In their hour of work, and it quested that
a reply be returned as early as convenient.
No time la stipulated and no threat are
Tsm Telephsao Bess.
Chicago, July 16. Toe telephone climb.
er, repairer and Instrument men demand
ed aa Increase of X per cent, la their pay
to-day, and stated that they would await
the decision ol the wmpuf fertyLf hi
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY
His Story of the Campaign of 1880 and
Making up of the Cabinet.
MwYokk, July 18. The Sun te-day
contained a dispatch from Washington
which gives what purports be extracts from
the budget of Stephen W. Dorsey, show
ing the pledges to secure bis election. bor
sey from the first urged the necessity of
making the battle tn Indiana in October.
In this view, General Brady, who knew
Indiana from the lakes to the Ohio, agreed.
Garfield did not know how the money was
to be raised. Dorsey did, and he told Gar
field that be must meet the New York poli
ticians, told him In the plainest term tbat
he must come to New York, that the New
Yorkers would not run after him, and tbat
be lini-t come to them. So Onrfleld at last
consented. The KUtb avenue hotel confer
enue was arranged. Conkllng bad promis
ed to be presut, but be was
the only one of those who
were expected to take part In the confer
ence wli kept away. Garfield bad been
greutlv impressed by Dorsey 'i earnestness,
an J when he met the representatives of the
fcreat Stalwart faction In the Fifth avenue
parlor be made a plain statement to the
politicians tbat New York bad a right to
expect the largest recognition at bis bands,
lie promised to appoint Levi P. Morton
.secretary of thu Treasury, and further It t
at-sc rted tbat he agn ed tbat tbejoperatlon of
refunding the government lives and sixes,
which must soon tako plaoe, should be
Kiven to such a syndicate of New York
iMiikors as should b designated by the
Mahvaru and at such commission as should
be fair, The operation, aa has since been
show n, at an enormous one. The bar
gain was made. The Stalwarts had sold out
for a price, all but one. Mr. Conkling, is
those who ought to know best then and
now believe, had learned of this proposed
bargain for the refunding of thef bonds, and
cared not to have part or share in it. So be
kept away from that conference. Id
constant communication with Garfield,
Dorsey bean to organize for an Octo
ber victory in Indiana. Dorsey' plan in
volved 1IIK MOST TUOROl'UII CANVASS
of the state of Indian that bad been made
since the vigorous days of O. P. Morton.
Kvery voter was enrolled, and the
lirst cauvass showed that the state wis
hopelessly Democratic. In the latter part
of epieiiiber, after Dorsey 's organization
bad beeu perfected, after every voter bad
been placed, and the influences
that could be brought to bear on each voter
bsd been thoroughly learned, a special mes
senger left New York for Indianapolis, He
had with him over (400,000, either in cash
or in convertible paper. This money had
all been raised In New Y'ork, and princip
ally by the effort of Levi P. Morton.
Dorsey never touched a penny of the
money, though urgod to see to 1U distribu
tion personally, lie wm there not only to
sec to it that bta plan of organization was
followed to the letter, but also to prevent,
so far as possible, any ot tbc money from
ttickiuic Id the pocket of men who ware
trusted to distribute It. When the money
reached the local committees It was found
to be largely in crisp, uew (2 bill.
It is believed that Mr. Johu C. New could
tell how bills and drafts of large denomina
tion were thus converted Into bills ot this
denomination. At all eveuta there they
were. They were distributed through the
state Just as ballots were, In great bunches.
The destination of eaoh was perfectly well
known, and by noon of election dav they
had fallen like snow-flakes silently all over
the state, although more in tome parts
than in other. Then came the count of
tbe polls In the evening. The $2 bills aud
the H'l'.'.'iOO, combined with Dorsey' plan
of organization, had won. More money
was wanted in Indiana for the November
election, and Jay Hubbell then went to
Brudy, then second assistant Postmaster
General, and told h'.m that the Star route
contractors must subscribe $40,000. Brady
refused to have anything to do with raising
the amount unless be had something to fall
ImcK on In caso of trouble, lu view of the
order Issued by Hayes. Hobbcll went to
Hayes, but the latter refused to write any
letter to Brady. Finally Garfield, under
Dorsey 's direction, wrote the queer and
notorlou "My Dear HubUell" letter. In
it there is the expression, "Ask Brady how
the department are doing," and this was
Intended to be a bint aud a request upon
which Brady would acb When Brady first
saw it he treated it with coutempt. He
thought he aw tn U a wlllingncs
part on tbe candidate to make a cats-paw
of him. But be finally consented to
collect the money. With tbe letter iu an
authority he did collect a large sum of
money, part ot which he took to Indiana,
where It wm spent, with Garfield's knowl
edge, by himself, and where It would do
the most good. More than two million
dollars were raised lu all for the csmpalgu,
and a caivasi tbat had been characterized
BAHGAIX AUD BALK
between the factions of the party and be
tween certain capitalists and the candidate
wits brought to a successful result by means
of the advances obtained. Tbe second cam
paign In Indiana, while not to costly as the
first, was very expensive, while in New
York and Kings county the am argument
was most effectively used. An outside In
fluence stepped in durlnr the winter, and
one which neither Garfield or Dorsey reck
oned upon, and made it impossible for
Garfield to carry outoue of the agreement.
Congress bad passed the funding law,
which wai to be tbe basis of the profitable
refunding operation for the New York syn
dicate that bad been agreed on at the Fifth
avenue conference. There whs, however,
a man at the head of tbe Treasury
department who not only believed that thu
successful candidate for the presidency had
been treacherous to him at Chicago, hut
who had alat learned ot tbe Fifth aventin
agreement. Thl secretary, Mr. John Mier
man, wielded Hayet as be willed, and
Hayes, at Sherman's demand, vetoed the
funding bill. Garfield knew and Dorsey
know that Sherman had accomplished two
purposes with that.teto. Thus It will be
scon that through no fault of GaruVId one
agreement was not kept,
tit wus Dorsey who learned early In the
winter that Garfield had other understand
ings than with the stalwart at the Fifth
avenue hotel, and that the would com
pel him to appotut Mi Secretary ot tho
Treasury from tho Wet. II had Intimated
rarly to Mr. Morton tbat bo would be ap
pointed Minister to ITranoe, and with thl
Mr. Morton had to bo content. With Al
lison's Appointment u Secretary of the
Treasury, Dossey found no fault after be
was certain that th appointment would
nut go to New York. Late In February bo
received his first Intimation thai Gurfleld
expected to oarry out hi obligation to tho
Now York stalwart by appointing Col.
Juines Postmasler-Oeneral, and tbat as)
also had In view the appointment of Wayne
MwYcafti u AUoriMy-GtMrel, as Put
y Taule't skaro Is U re artU, a aj M
nuttfliwii. JULY 17. lHH.i '
acknowledgement to Dob Cameron. FORFIflN APPAIR9 I -
When Dorsey learned this, he protested rUHUUWAhhAIKS.
TH: kfOST VIGOROUS K.VOLISH.
Dorsey and Brady both bad a strong
friend In the administration. Blaine, while
moving very circumspectly, felt very bit
terly about tbe treatment they were re
ceiving. Hu had, besides, his own griev
ances, arising from MaeVeagb's almost
outspoken hostility, and he early began to
prepare the way for tbe speedy retirement
of WacVeagh and James from the Cabinet.
So much fuss bad been made about the
S'ar route cases tbat It was thought unwise
to shut down on ail proceeding at once,
but the whole business was to be slowly
strangled and gradualytobe allowerl to dis
appear from public sight. MacVeagh
knew this and be also hnd reason to believe
tbat on tbe morning of July 3, 181, when
Garfield rode to the depot with Blaine, tbe
lnterestlnx conversation In which they were
engaged had reference to early changes .in
tbe offices of Attorney -Oeueral and Post-rr.Mer-Goneral.
Gulteau' shot caused
tbe Star route prosecutions to be handed
over as a legacy from the old to tbe new
administration. Tbe history of the prose
cution uy General Arthur's administration
Is long, and In some respect as remarkable
a that which has Just been told.
Polk's I.edg;er Found,
Xahhvili.e, Tenn., July 16. Tbe miss
ing ledger in which tbe balance of tbe state
deposits was kept, which was stolen from
the State Treasurer's office last week, was
found this morning on the steps of the Arti
san office. It was enclosed in a paper
wrapper addressed to tbe editor of the Arti
san, with anonymous Instruction to turn
it over to the proper authorities and to
make his own terms about the reward. The
book, upon examination, was found to be
intact without mutilation or erasures in any
A Bis; Ntorm.
IUadixo, Pa., July 16. A violent storm
passed over this county Sunday. At Berne
vllle tive inches of rain fell In an hour. The
sirects were flooded. Small streams rose
to considerable height, washing away the
fruit trees aud a quantity of garden truck.
At Womelsdorf the grain elevator was un
roofed. At Meyerstown the church was
damaged by lightning.
Mlr Knlarbt's fonrltjve.
Sam Francisco. July 16. Rumor
haviog been circulated in the Last tbat
there would not be sufficient hotel ac
commodation for the Sir Knights attend
In? the conclave inquiry develops that
there will be ample room for any possi
ble crowd of visitors and cheap rates will
M ordered Wltfaawt Provocation.
Nkw Albany, lud., July le.-Phillp
Oberhauser, a cabinet-maker, was at
tacked at nildnlebt Saturday while on his
wav home and murdered by Jack Kouke
and Thomas Luecke. There was no prov
ocation for the murder. Kouke and
Luecke have been arrested.
Omaha, Neb., Juty 16. The Union Pa
cific l making another laid on their pas
senger conductors. Kvery train out so far
to-day bis a new conductor, and U looks
as though there was to be a clean sweep.
Nothing can be learned as to the cause or
number to be tfischatged. This is the
second time within a few months.
A S.fO,MM Fir.
Pn rstu'RG, July 16. A tri broke out
In Bell A Hays' pork-packing establishment
at 1 o'clock this afternoon, and at 2 o'clock
tbe build. ng, together with Taylor and Bul
lock's cement warehouse, and tbat of Kosa
A Co., pork-packers, adlolning, were in
flames. Tbe loss Is estimated at $50,000.
A Tower Fall.
Milwaukee, July 18. The electrio
tower at Kou du Lac fell this morning, and
a piece weighing 500 pounds crushed
through tbe roof of a saloon, deiuolishltrtf a
stove where a woman was cooking. No
one was Injured. Tbe pecuniary loss is
Chemical Work, Bns-sted. -
Detroit, July 16. A fire yesterday at
the new chemical works Just completed at
Newbsrry, on the line of the Mackinac and
Marquette railroad, destroyed the retort,
buildings sud tbe saw mill. The loss is
1135,000, partly Insured.
Cleveland, O., July 16. Three hun
dred Journeymen honte-shoenrstruok to-day
for higher pay. They demand W 50 and $3
per day. They had been getting from 12
to 2 50. Tbe Increase asked will probably
A Defaulter Broasrtit Back.
Cmcioo, July 16. J. M. Uer, the de
faulting clerk ot the banking firm of Pre
ton. KeanA Co., who was captured In
Poru, arrived here this morning from San
Francisco In tbe custody of a detective.
Ball ! ll ti.eed.
Pittsbcho, July 16. In accordance
with the resolution passed at the Kit meet
ing of th Western Nail Association, every
nail mill in the West closed down to-day for
a period of four weeks.
A ratal Accidents.
Milwaukee, Wis., July 10. Jim
O'ilara, single, twenty-eight years old, was
accidentally ihot with a revolver cartridge
by Frank Cowan who wai tiling at a target.
O Harawlll die.
dared I ho Price.
Milwaukee, July 16. The Evening
Wisconsin, established in 1847 as a five-cent
sbest, drop in price to three oeuts, and
will put In a fait press to meet publio de
mand, Tko Dark llors.
Concord, N. H., July 16.-Tbe dark
bone In th Senatorial race Is being groomed
for to-morrow, when another formal ballot
will be taken.
kot aad Killed.
NkwOrlkanb, July 18. -A Vicksburg
dispatch sava that Edwin Culkln shot and
killed Frank Mollway to-day. Cause, fam
Hw York belle buy close-fitting bathing
suits of rubber in which they frisk about In
the surf without getting wet.
Tbe fashion new from Pari I that In
some of th now evening toilets for women
the loft inouUUr U wholly bared.
Burlington Tree Press i "Were you In
tho lata war I" asked a veteran of a badly
demorsllisd otUsen, who cam hob
bllng down the street on a crutch.
"I don't know how lata you mean," was
tho sad reply, tUt lav em this on last
Alarm on Account of Cho'ert The flow
Canal Excitement A Proposal t
Tunnel the Strait of Gi-J
London, July 16. De Lessep ha re
formed the Pa-Is correspondent of the Tele
graph that in the event of the rejection of
his agreement with tbe British government
regarding the parallel Sue canal, which he
thought improbable, be would appeal to tbe
whole world, and would ask for the support
of tbe French government in restating th
The Iron men at Wolverhampton, Staf
fordshire, agreed to resume work at the
reduction of wages, against which they had
WILL OPPOSE THE CANAL.
London. July 18. At a meeting ot th
Conservative members of Parliament to
day, at which Sir Stafford Northooto pr.
sided, it was decided to oppose the Suea
London, July 16.-Gladstne, replying
to a question by Chaplin, Conservative, la
the Commons this afternoon, said he oould
not proposo any legislation In regard to th
Importation of cattle. The government
w ould order that acarcful examination of
cattle In every country be made, so that
they could see whether a stricter applica
tion of the rules for the prevention of dis
ease was necessary.
Alexandria, July 18. Thero were
thirty-five deaths from cholera itDiraletta
Sunday: sixty-one at Mansurab, twenty
two at Sanianud and twenty at Mensalih.
The panic at Alexandria caused by the fear
that cholera would roach here haa been re
newed and tho people have boon leaving tho
city in large numbers. Thare are two cases
supposed to be cholera at Bulak,
Six deaths from cholera occurred at
CHOLERA IN CAIRO.
Cairo, July 10. Cholera has appeared ta
several quarters of this city.snd Is spreading
in the Arab quarters. There have hoed
four eases In the hospital, one fatal.
WfitzniRo, July 16. The name of tho
German-American who shot a student dead
In a duel Sunday Is Lonoig. His oppo
nent's name was Mosuhnl. The duel was
fought at ten paces. Moschol was shot ta
thu abdomen and died shortly afterwards.
The two men belonged to rt'val studonta'
toc.ictics. The duel was caused br Lonnur
Madrid, July 16. The Cabinet hu con
sidered favorably the project of Franco for
the construction of a tunnel under too
Strilt of Gibraltar.
Tbe Captared stardnrer.
Drs Moinkb, July 16. ltaport treat
Harlan are to the effect that tho excitement
there has materially abated and thafth re
are at presont no apprehensions of violence
to prisoner Hardy who is confined lu Jail
there. No effort will be made by the Shel
by county outhoritles to hold him as ac
cessory to the murder of J. W. Maddy, of
Maine, who was killed In the attempt to
capture the murderer of Cllngan. Ha
lock, who was wounded at Des Moines,
was resting easy Sunday night, and thero
were hopes of his recovery. Tho funeral
of Maddy will occur at Marne on Tuesday
at ten o'ciork.
Killed fits Wlfn.
Troy, N. Y., July 16.-Levl McConley,
at Chcover, near Port Ueniy, shot and
killed bis wife Sunday afternoon and
wounded his mother-in-law. McConley
fled. The husband and wife have not boon
living tn?rt i t. She went borne for
clothing, lie ...aid that it she took
the clothing he would shoot her,
JULY 16, 1381.
' lisro Mek.
CATTLT5 Native firm; lew grade
weaker. Export f9 TUTtsft 90; good to
cbotce shipping, $5 40O6 60: common to
fair, H 50(dO 25.
HOGS-Actlv and inai lOflJOc high.
Light $5 35(m 00; mixed packing aad
shipping, $5 2506 60.
CATTLE Export scalswags S To(9S Ofri
light shipping steers $4 OOTdo 00; exporter
$5 75.") DO; heavy shipping steorn & 1N
5 ttO; good oo w and heifers (4 25(44 (SO;
common oows and be if era f oOfdi 00; good
oows and calves $30 00&4S 00; common
cows and calves (17 00O25 UO.
SilEEP-Quict but steady whh a fair
supply and very good local and shipping de
nund, which was freely met at W frOrd 60
for common to prime; lamb 1 ibdtt 78
HUtiS Strong at an advanoe of 5010a on
heavies, but unonantfed for Hint;
Yorkers with sales at $5 AOfOo 00;
heavies of all description dead dull at H 60
(a)5 for mixed pacAing. aud Ifi 106
6 04 for butcher ana Phlladelpbias.
WHEAT Higher; closing at $1 08
August: $1 04 H September; $108 Oc
tober; n Ofi November; $1 01 S year.
COUN-Hlgher; 62 July; 6J August;
62 is September; 61X October: 46 year.
OATS Weaker and partly lower;' 83
July; 28V August; 27X September; HH
WHKVr-Hlghor; cloning at $1 07X
Julv; t 07 August; (1 08 September;
$1 Jo's October; $1 06 year.
COHN-Flrmer; 4 July; 47 V August;
48S September; 48V October; ii year;
OAtS Firmer; 82 July; 26K August;
26 h year.
BUTTEU-Ws quote: Creamery at SOftMi
for choice, to fancy, to 21 for selections.
Dairy at Kite 17 for choice to tauoy, and
18 for selections; fair to good 10r12; com
mon 8(410. Country packed Unchanged;
receipts and demand both small; quote
selected UrlO, medium 6738, low grade
KUdS-Lower it 12ocaudIod, with de
POULTllY-Qulet and unohanged. Wo
quote spring chickens small and
scrubby $1 'iofUl 60, medium to fair
$1 "Mi, good to choice $ 2fyr2 60, Old
chickens were quiet but steady at S303 26
for cocks 1 60O3 76 for mixed, t0N 26
" LIVERPOOL. 1
Country market rather quiet. Good
mixed American corn off coast advaaoed
1. Spit wheat quiet but ftrsa; No. t
spring 9 t No. 6 rprtaf none ta market;
western winter H Bd. Western oorn good
demand and market tending upward. Do-
The blood ! the foundation ot
life, it circulates through every part
of the body, and unless it it pur
and rich, good health is Impossible.
If disease has entered the system
the only sure and quick way to drive
it out is to purify and enrich the
These simple facts are well
known, and the highest medical
authorities agree that nothing but
iron will restore the blood to its
natural condition; and also that
all the iron preparations hitherto
made blacken the teeth, cause head
ache, and are otherwise injurious.
Brown's Iron Bitters will thor
oughly ami quickly assimilate with
the blood, purifying and strengthen
ing it, and thus drive disease from '
any part of the system, and it will
not blacken the teeth, cause head
ache or constipation, and is posi
tively not injurious.
Saved his Child.
i; N. Eutaw St., It.iltitnore, Md.
t ub. ii, i38o.
Gents : Upon the recommenda
tion of a friend 1 tried Ukown'i
Ikon HrrrKKS as a tonic ami re
sturative fur my daughter, whom
I was thoroughly convinced was
watting aw.iy with Consumption.
H.ivitiK hM three daughters by lh
terrible disease, under th car of
eminent phy.icians, I was loth to
believe that anything could arrest
the progress ol the disease, but, to
my great surprise, before my daugh
ter had taken one bottle of Rkown's
Ikon llirTrss, she began to mend
and now is quite restored to former
health. A filth daughter began to
show signs of (JoiiMimptic.n, and
Khen the physician was consulted
he quickly said " Tonics were re
quired;" ami when Informed that
the elder sister was taking Hkown's
Ikon Uittrrs, responded "that is
a good tonic, take it."
Brown's Iron Hitters effectual
ly cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion and
Weakness, and renders the greatest
relief ami benefit to ersois suffering
from such wasting diseases as Con
sumption, Kidney Complaints, etc.
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