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CAIRO, CbMNOIB, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1883.
A Hoaiebold Article for L'nlrartal
0 "vl For Starlet and
fus, Measles, and
kit Contagious Disease. Persons waiting on
tht Sick should us It freely. Scarlet Fever has
never been known to spread where the Fluid waa
used. Yellow Fever has been cured with il after
black vomit liau Ukni plaoo. Th wont
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revered and Sick Per-
riTTINU of Small
A mrmber of my fam
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tin house af(aie in three
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Cleanse the Teeth,
it can't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
lturna relieved iuuiuly.
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Wound healed rapidly.
An A ntldnte for Animal
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The physicians here
use iJsrbyt Fluid very
successfully in the treat
ment of Diphtheria.
Tetter dried up.
llrera purified and
In caaeanf Death It
should be used about
the corpse it will
prevent any unpleas
The eminent Phy.
SIMS, St It., Mew
York, says: "I am
convinced Prof Darbys
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I used Uie rluid dunn;
our present an1icii"n iih
bcartct Fever with de
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loom. Wk. F. Sand
uSd, Eyrie. Ala.
Van iImpKI I l'nl.-..ll - , m
I testify to the most ecllent qualities of Prof
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tMISI'KNSAIiI.K TO KVERY HOMK.
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PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
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OFFICE On Hih struet, oppcsitu the Toit
office, Cairo, 111.
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Mr All kludi ol light iid Iiosvy bUckHtulihlnit,
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manlllts mauuer. Ilorsa iUooIon a specialty and
I Scarlet Fever J
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jJS!lm:iJi!&TK tWt Atil
A DARK OUTLOOK,
The Chsnoe for a Gnoral Strik
Sacculations u to the Eeanlt-Who Will
Be the Losers? - Both Sides of
the Question Other News.
MiLWii'iEB, Julf 17. Tbe press com
ments litre relatlugto'tlio threatened atrlke
of telegraphic opernton, while kindly In
tone to the operators, are In oppocltlun
to such a movement, which U ref-ardrd as
unwise anil unwarranted. The Timet
says: "To this anpert of the case the Times
desires, In all friendliness, to invite the
attention of the TeleRraphers' Ilrothi'r
hood. All who are at all familiar with the
history of strikes know that gucceas In
strikes spainst employers of abundant
means and determination, has rarely, if
ever, been achieved. The common coure
of such efforts ban led to a crcac lost
and often to great sufterinf- among the
strikers, and to the ultimate resumption of
work when permitted to resume at rale
affording no recompense for the feacrlfice.
With none but the kindest feellnir for the
operators now threatening to strike, and
without enuring at all into tbe merits of
controversy with the telegraphic com
panies, the Timot is constrained to believe
thst, admlUluB that the worst that can be
reasonably predicted in the way of Incon
venience to tbe business community and of
the lost to tbe companies, the only really
irreparable damage that can re-ult from
tbe coming suspension nf work will be to
the operators themselves. They propose
to throw away earuinRS amounting to from
$10,000 to $20,000 a day more or le, and
even if their utmost demands should be
conceded In tbe end the increiue of p:ty
tbey ask would hardly In a year make good
the amount they will lose in a month. The
situation and its probable outcoaBo deervo
calm and Judicial consideration, which there
is some reason to fear tbe mass of operators
have not yet Riven It.
Tbe fsltDtstleai at Nt. Lonla.
St. Louis, July 17. It may be accepted
as positive that the telegraph operators here
in tbe West are by this hour of to-d;iy
quale? aware as are their Eastern brethren
aad their delegates that a strike'agalnst the
Western Union will be declared to-morrow
An active member of tbe brotherhood said
this morning that the conference between
General Eckert and the Executive commit
tee was not fully reported by the associated
press. "Tbe aooimtttee waa not to be
baulked by Eckert's bluff about the signa
tures of dissatisfied employes although they
must have bees surprised when he took
that quibbling tand. (Ion. Eokert known
a well as anybody else of the existence of
the Brotherhood, and be knew that the
committee bad full power to act. To pre
pare a petition bearing tbe name of the
dissatisfied employes would be a work of
great labor, and there being no necessity of
such a document the committee wa not
long In making up its mind to refute to
have it made up. They then notified Mr.
Eckert that forty-eight hours' time to con
sider the bill et grievances would be al
lowed tbe company, and a failure to ac
cede would precipitate a general atrike.
The programme agreed upon Is at follows:
The operators will continue at work until
the signal Is received. At precisely noon
In New York City the operator! will all
leave their keya, put on tbnir coats and
quietly leave the building. Simultaneous
Win every office east ol tbe Rocky
Mountains operators will do tho same
Tho New York IlerssM'a Vlewa ol tbe
HewYi rk, July 17. -The Herald edi
torially says of the threatened strike of the
Brotherhood of Telegraphers that although
their petition is couched in respectfultcrms,
It leaves the Irapresnkm of asking too much.
It requests tbat a day's work be made elbt
instead of nine hours, and a night's work
seven Instead of eight hours, reduction of
one-ninth in one cane and one-eighth In tbe
other. At tbe same time It wants all uges
increased fifteen per cent., irrespective of
age, skill or the position of the operator,
besides extra compensation for Sunday
work. The real effect of these demands
will be best illustrated by an example. A
dy operator receives say $75 per month;
or counting nine hours to a day and six
days to s week, about thirty-five cents per
hour. Under the promised rate the month
ly wages will be $86 25. Day work will
be eight hours during six dys
of the week, or shout forty-five
eents per hour, an actual Increase of more
than twenty-seven per cent. In regard to
the Wbeatstone operators an increase of
sixty-five per cent. Is demanded for them.
On the whole it may be doubted whether
the operators have presented a strong
cue. The evils exist eannot he ques
tioned, but they will hot be remedied by
tbe course taken.
Tbe Executive committee of the Western
Union Telegraph company will meet to
morrow, and the petition ot the operators
will then be brought to their consideration,
One ot tbe officers of the company said
ihat it was impossible to say what action
would be taken. The genoral opinion was
thst the demand was excessle tad un
reasonable. No aotten tu yet been
tasen by tbe Mutual Union, ttie American,
tbe Kapld or the Baltlmoro and Ohio com
panies. Hteel-Workere te MtHke.
Chicago, July 17. Two thotmrind Bes
semer steel-workers In the South Chicago
mills of the North Chicago Rolling Mill
company will strike on Monday next. Tho
mills were shut down for repairs a week
go lsHt Saturday nd were to resume on
the day fixed for the strike. There is dis
satisfaction st the wages paid. Tho Bcnso
mer workers receive $3 and $3 60 per day.
Tbey demand a change back to tbe tonnago
system by which tbey can earn $6 and $7 a
day. In tho strictly Bessemer department
)Q men are well prepared for a long stand
out, but the otner men are not so
well prepared, and most nec
essarily suffer to a greater or lesser degree.
Another cause for complaint is the employ
ment by the company of many Inexpe
rienced men, to which fact is accredited re
pent fatal accident la the mill. A leader
among the Bessemer workers said that
Skilled workmen were afraid to oontlnue In
Unt because of the unskillful neas ot new
la handJUt taw lauotainery. and he also
said tbat tbe company km In tbe habit of
employing emlgrsts and strangers slm pry
because tbey are cheap. The threatened
strike Is an hsdspeot movement on
tbe part of the Seuth CfaJcage mill mea, aad
does not affect any others.
New Yohk, July 17. About fifty 'long
shoremen employed at Prentice's store,
Brooklyn, struck for an Increase of wts
Tbey have been paid twenty cents per hour
but made a demand, for aa additional live
Inert oa at Stlrtke.
Chattinoooa, Tenn., July 17. Three
hundred miuers are on a strike irom the
buddy coal mines. Tbey demand higher
wages and claim that the weighing scales
are uot accurate.
Diseased More in Mind Than in Body
The Truth Conoealed-Grave Apprehen
sions. New Yoke, July 17. A London letter to
the Sun, dated July 3, says: "The state
ment long exprexted In hypocritical sighs,
uplifted, mournful eyes suppressed Inter
jections, inuen loes whispered wttb bated
breath, veiled in metaphor or clad in wary
disguine, is now coldly, calmly, openly,
difpissitlonately dlcused by partisans as
tell ait foes, by flatterers and scoffers. Tbe
mind of tbe Queen, not ber body, is af
fected. Her eccentricities have taken unto
themselves a name which is only a
synonym for insanity. Tba lurk'ng taint in
the Hanoverian blood, the dementia trace
able in tbe line ot George , bursting out
ever and afresh In some wild or wicked
break, now teems to have unmistakably
overtaken the Queen. Tbe more or lets
harmless manias In which, during a long
reign, Queen Victoria has allowed herself
to indulge unchallenged aod unblamed
the erratic fancies, sudden caprices, un
reasoning dislikes, unconquerable obstinacy
of which so many testimonies exist, seem
to have culminated at last in a sudden,
herious, protracted, undisgulssble attack of
melancholy, a monomania of seclusion,
sadness and fear, which it is idle now to
color with any other motive. It is not In
disrespect or with coarse insinuation tbat
one is Justified In attributing this last and
painful outburst to the death of tbe favorite
Gillie. To one so selfish, the smallest al
teration In daily habits at oooe becomes
liuporiant. Small eatuee have at times
great effects, and a subordinate incident
will precipitate events which far more
serious casualties have ; left unchanged.
.Still when a woman, a widow and a queen,
has been known to advocate the doctrine of
the transmigration of soul In support of
her sympathies wbsn she is credited with
the belief that
THE SOUL OF THE FRIktCB OOVflOBT
had elected its domicile in the body of John
Brown, It Is not ungenerous or unnatural
to conclude that ber mind bad already to
some extent lost iu equilibrium. History
has already registered in its pages tbe au
thenticated fa-'t that Queen Victoria gaxed
with favor upon the face of ber servant in
tbe fond delusion that she could trace upon
his Scotch, square, broad lineaments some
resemblance to the outlines of Prince Al
bert's features. Tbe disruption of this
second all but wifely communion was a
cruel shock, and the consequences of it
mere so alarming that tbe effects of a very
slight, almost illusory accident, were mag
nified into a serious and dangerous sprain,
to as to account to tbe public for ths com
plete withdrawal of the sovereign from all
intercourse, and her absolute seclusion from
any eyes, nave (bote of her immediate en
tourage, and abstention from public duties,
except the compulsory and mechanical
wholesale signing of state papers. Tbe
Queen has been conveyed from Windsor to
Osborne, thence to Balmoral and back again
to Windsor, in profound and mysterious
isolation. Her movement are shrouded In
impervious secrecy, all precautions against
ItitrtiHion of any kind are strictly aud
Jealously takn, and tbe stringent necessity
of a pel feet change of scene, air and sur
roundings ars urgently Impressed upon the
Tbe Mayor of HL Louie Married.
Vintexnf.8, Ind., July 17. The Hon.
Wm. L. Ewlng, Mayor of the city of 8t.
Louis, wat married at 10 a. m. to-day to
Miss Mollle Fleming. The affair l as long
been talked about, and created quite a
flutUT In foclcty. Tbe wedding wns a
quiet affair, tbe ceremony being performed
In tbe presence of only the immediate re
latives of the couplo and n select
eumbcr of their friends. Rev. Aaron
Turner of the M. E. church was the oftlcln
ting clergyman, ths bride being a eommun.
leant in bis church, Tbe ceremony was
performed st the reiidooce of the bride's
parents, on upper Third street. Promptly
at the hour announced the bridal couple de
scended to the parlors unattended, where
tbe guests were assembled, and were made
man and wife in accordance with the simple,
though impressive, ritos of tbe church.
A Bloody AlfereMUa.
Richmond, Va., July 17. An alterca
tion occurred at Clarkavillr, Mecklenburg
county, last Saturday, between G. W. R.
Averett and one Russell, which resulted In
a resort to pistols. Averett was mortally
wounded and Russell was shot In tbo
shoulder. His condition Is critical. Ave
rett Is said jo have said something derog
atory to the good name of Russell, who
went after the former for satisfac
tion. A Mysterious Drttlh.
Milwaukee, July 17. At It o'clock
Monday night the wife of James Hoze, ex
assemblyman aud contractor, was killed by
a freight train ot tbe Chicago and North
western road. No one can tell bow the gnt
under tbe wheels. Her body tested be
tween tho rails while bor bead lay acres
the track In such a manner that the front
w heel ot tbe rear truck caught and crushed
It, One arm was doubled under ber body
and was broken. Considerable mystery
surrounds tbe occurrence.
Illll Mar Reelsrn,
Washington, July 17. Tbe attention
of J. U. Hill, supervising arcblloct ot the
Treasury, was called to the statement
thai he Intends to resign when the prescnl
lniestlgstlon Is olossd. He said ths state
ments wore premature. The Investigation
gave him enough to do at present and bt
could not now say what he would do after It
Cincinnati, July 17. Tho Journeymen
Plasterers' National oonventlon began Its
session to-day with twenty-five members,
The business In hand Is the perfecting of the
constitution and by-laws.
Two ladles In conversation tbe other
day expressed surprise tbat a matt
could lust marry his widow's sister Id lCug
Oe Lestepa WHI Get Aid for the New
Canal Good AdVce From German i
Cholera Still Spreading.
London, July 17. Tbe amouni of bul
lion gone Into tbe bank of tea; laud on bal
ance to-day was 2 ).O00.
THE 81'EZ CANAL.
London, July 17. -The opposition Intend
to urge the government to submit tbe Suez
canal agreement to tbe House of Commons
In shooting for tbe St. Ledger prize at
Wimbledon yesterday five of the contest
ants, Including Hinman. of tbe American
team, and Young and Gibbs, of the English
team, made equal scores, forty-eight out
of a possible fifty.
NO OFFICIAL REPORT.
London, July .17.-11 was announced
In the House of Commons this afternoon
that no official report bos been received of
tbe conduct ot tbe French at Tama
tave towards ths mall steamer Taymouth
London, July 17. In the House ot
Lords this afternoon Granville stated that
on the grounds of expediency be Justified
tbe agreement made hy the government
with De Lesseps, whose absolute monopoly
of tbe power lo construct tbe canal across
the Isthmus was not admitted in the nego
tiations. Salisbury said be was surprised to'fhear
tbat the concession to De Lesseps gave him
power to bar a passage between the two
seas. He argued tbat neither the Sultan nor
tho Khedive was competent,, to make such a
Caibo, July 17. The sanitary commis
sion is endeavoring to purify Cairo and to
isolate tbe houses where cholera has ap
peared. But if tbe disease takes firm hold
in the city It is probable that it will be al
lowed to take iu course and that general
precautiens only will be taken to check Its
progress. Baker Pasha having expressed
an opinion that cordons round ths city are
now usoless tbey will probably be all shortly
removed, The reason Is that he
believes tbat many scattered eases oc
cur in the villages dally which tbe na
tives conceal so as to avoid tbe imposition of
THE DISEASE SPREADING.
Alexandria, July 17. Cholera Is
spreading generally throughout tbe coun
try. Tbe sanitary commission is taking
steps to isolate Alexandria, In which a case
thought to be rholera is announced. Twenty-eight
deaths from the disease occurred
at Dainletta yesterday, thirty-eight at Man
surah aud fifteen st Samanud.
r rasick. - --
Pari, July 17. The Gaulois says tbat
Do Lesssps declares that the loan for build
ing tbe second Suez canal can be raised in
France and iu other countries If England
refuses to advance the money.
Paris, July 17. Waddlngton has been
appointed Ambassador to England in place
of Tissot, who resigned on accouut of 111
WILL NOT BE ISOLATED.
Alexandria, July 17. Twelve deaths
from cholera occurre I at Cairo yesterday
snd forty-two at Mens tlah. Tbe sanitary
conimKslon rejected the proposition to Iso
Bkrun, July 17. The statement of the
Imperial Bank of Germany shows a de
crease in specie of 4m, 000 marks.
approves thk protest.
likHi.i.v, July 17. rhe National Zeltung
approves the protest of tbe English people
against the Suez canal agreement and pro
poses to all maritime powers to buy the
canal snd place It under the control of an
Toe Hill iBveaila-atitou.
Washington, July 17. In the Hill In
vestigation James P. Lowe, of the archi
tect's office, testified that there was no
draughtsmen in the offlre in 1878 able to
prepare plans for the beating apparatus for
the Chicago buildings. Tbe architect's of
fice did not undertake to make plana for
beating apparatus for large buildings, be
cause lliey were necessarily complox and
required much time in preparation.
Celeman proposed to show the rela
tions existing between Hill and the
American Safe company. The United
States Fireproof Shutter company and
George L. Damon were all one and the
same person, be said.
The five contracts tor furnishing iron
shutters for the public building made with
tbe Fire-Proof Shutter company, were put
in evidence. Coleman called attention to
tbe fact that tbey were signed by Damon as
superintendent of the company, and asked
if tbe defense would concede tbat tbey
weresli of tbe contracts made for the
supply of the fire-proof shutters since
Augu't 1. 1876. Hill acknowledged tbat
such wat the fact. Tbe next In evidence
were contracts, made with George L.
Damon, for supplying safes and vault for
public buildings. Coleman asked If the de
fense would concede that Damon was the
enlv contractor for safes and vaults slnoe
Hill could not say, but thought It proba
ble. Next In order were a number of con
tracts for safes and vaults, which Coleman
ssld had been made with Damon upon ver
bal authority, He also read Damon's
card, wherein be describes himself as a
builder of safes for the Treasury depart
ment. "He has had tbat upon bis letter-heads
15 years," said Totten.
"Then It Is time he gave soma one else a
chance," replied Coleman.
CkargfKl With frand.
Minneapolis, Minn., July 17. -H. L.
Gordon, charged with being Implicated
with editor R. C. Mitchell, of Duluth, In
the gigantic land fraud scheme, was ar
rested Monday evening. Both men were
taken before the United States commission
er In St, Paul and placed under bonds.
There Is much excitement In Du
luth over the arrest of Mitch
ell, 8odesp Is the feeling for and
Against him tbat business has been almost
suspended. MUobell has been ths editor
of the Duluth Tribuoo for fifteen years,
and became quite noted for his bitter at
tacks on Christianity. He served as Register
of tbe Land office under Grant and II tycs,
bx two years ago was displaced on ancount
ol hit anti-religious utterances. A few
weeka ago be waa appointed reoelvor as a
reward for political amices. Gordon Is a
capitalist of vols etti, and has been In the
New Tore, July 17. -The building oc
cupied by Bernard H. stalls A Co., tisatiU
faoturers of piano eejlusp, was buruid to
day. Loss 110,000.
Resulting in theZUh of Two Mea and
a Wou-dtasy oTaleisst- Others.
Keadimo, Pa- sdf IT. -The elsrht
boilers of tbe Aattisitides sTarnaaw, cwaed
by the Philadelphia ssastrBeadlng Railroad
company, and epeteEad y Wm. M. Kaitf
mun Co. , wplclstles(tr this morning,
reducing tbe fmtsea a naass of ruias.
Preparations had beea zaade for castluc;
aud the employes -aieooaeids the building
taking a rest before t tapping the furnace
whsn the sxsosSoss occurred. Large
pieces of tbe boiler were burlod a great
distance, aad the detsria of stoue snd shat
tered timbers thrown abosst in great ooo
fuslou. The enghss and boiler house
was entirely demolished. Frank Waiter
man, aged 31, of Tipton, was Instantly
killed; Sol M. Watterman, his father, waa
injured In the legs and tbe lower part of the
body; Henry Watterman, aged 40, was
rescued from under the ruins. He was In
Jurud Internally and wHI die. Morris Good
was severely scalded by escaping steam;
F.nglneer Marstellar was also badly injured
and a number of other employes were
kllghtly hurt. Tbe force of the explosion
shook the earth and aroused people for
miles around. Tbe damage to tbe furnace
will amount to many thousand dollars.
BaOalo'e IMsaa;rfeet. 0
Buffalo, July 17. The Sangerfeat
opened with a reception concert In Music
Hall last evening, which was visited by
10,000 persons. To-day's programme waa
successfully carried out. Bands ef music
marcbed through the streets in all direc
tions, followed by their respective delega
tions. The Rocky Fork Murder. OW
Alton, III., July 17. The preliminary
examination of Jas. Baker, charged with
the murder of Ross and De Pugh at Rocky
Fork, was held last evening before Justice
Quarton. The evidence was purery circum
stantial and Ross was discharged.
White River Junction, Vt., July
17. Two heavily loaded passenger trains
on the Central Vermont railroad collided
yesterday evening at West Hartford. Tbe
engine ot the south-bound train was de
railed and badly smashed. No one was
injured. Tbe trains wero delayed Jix
Berfiaivetnesif M ulstftftedU I
Port Stanley, Ont., Jtry 17. Two
young girls, Hattle Arkell and Bessie
Morley, were drowned while bathing in
the lake here to-day. The shock comes
with double force on Mr. Arkell, whose
brother Robert died suddenly Monday
The llanlito-ltOM Raee.
Prp.scott, Out., Jury 17. Har.lan and
Ross have agreed to extend the time of
starting from three to 6:43 p. m.
to-morrow. Suitable water faUine; the race
is to tuke place between 10 a. ra. and noon
or between 3 and G-.45 p. m. on the day
l onlersoed ss Terrtbs Otsno.1 SJ
Cincinnati, July 17. JamnH Bulger,
indicted at Maybvllle, Ivy., for an assault
upon a little girl, ha confuaaed, and aks
to be protected from mob violence. The
punishment for that crime in Kentucky is
Tbey Were Ferer'rtes.
New Tore, July 17. The Western
Union officials state that tbe telegrams pub
lished In this morning's papers, purporting
to come from two directors of tbe Western
Union, sudaJvisioga comprotubte, were
forgeries, and that no sueh disipatches had
THE MARKETS, f
JULY 17, 18S3.
CATTI.E-Strong on best; weak on
Others. K ports. $5 750tf 2D; good to
choice shipping, $ Wiiij 70; common to
fair, H Midb 20.
HOGS Active and firm; aV310c higher.
Light $j ii'iO) 00; mixed packing UWft
! ''" ; heavy packing and shipping, fo 80(8
CATTLE Export scalawags $3 7633 00;
light shipping steers U VOCdi 00; exporters
$. 7.V& U0; heavy shipping steers $5 3oV9
5 60; good cows and heifers $4 3604. 60:
common cows and heifers $3 bOOH 00; good
ows and oalves $30 00f 00; common
cows and calves $17 00O26 00.
SUEEP-Qulet hut still steady aad un
changed. Dem.ind fair oa both local and
Eattcru account, but wholly for tbe best
grades. Prices range firm, from fl OOal
4 60 for common to prime.
HOGS Slow for want of supply at an ad
vance of 10c, Demand fair; Yorkers set
able 5 MM 70; mixed packing $4 90ft
6 10; butchers and Philadelphia $t 360
' OrtMSa. !
CHICAOO. ' 1
WIlEAT-IIIphor;- closing at $1 04
August; $1 06 September; $108 Oc
tober; H 09 November: H 03 year.
CORN Higher; 5'2H July; 62V August;
h'2H September; 51 October: 46 ' year.
OATS-lllghor: 33 X July, 28 August;
'i'h September; 27H year.
WHKAT-Ulgher; closing at $1 10
July; ?1 HUH August; $1 12 September;
$1 13 H October: $1 14X November; $1 0X
COHN-Weaker: 46V July; 47V August;
48l September; 48V October; 42 K year;
44 SM iv.
OATS Higher; 83 July; M August;
WHEAT August $1 18V; September
1 Ill's ; October $1 21 V.
CORN August 60 ; September 6S.V;
OATS August 88; September 86: Octo
ber 36 V.
BUTTER-Wo quote; Creamery at 19O20
for choice to funcy, to 21 for selections.
Hairy at 16tol7 for choice to fancy, and
1H fur selections; fair to good 10(912; com
mon tWW. Country packed Unchanged ;
receipts and demand both small; quote
selected DfdlO, medium 6Y48, low grade
KUGS Steady snd fairly active at 12c
candled. Old and doubtfulf stock much
less, as In condition.
. POULTRY Continues dull, with feeling
tay, and offorlngs quits liberal. Sales
ritngitd: Spring chickens small and scrubby
1 2aYol 60, medium and fair $1 7oTr2,
good 'i 'ilCM 60, and obnlee (3 60: Old
cocks $3ft3 26 mixed, 13 6W3 7 sad
hens (404 26.
Country markets rather quiet. Good
mixed American oorn eft eoast advsoord
8d. Spot wheat flrmand higher; No. I
spring I'm; No. 8 spring none Iu market;
wests ra winter 8s fld. Western eon
shade higher at 5s ltd. Do
umxd from Halted Kingdom aad Coasiasnt
fair tor wheat aud vortu
The blood Is the foundation ol
life, it circulates through every part
of the body, and unless it is pure
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 and 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. '
7 N. Eutaw St., Baltimore, Md.
Feb. n, 1880,
Cents : Upon the recommenda
tion of a friend I tried Brown's
Ikon Dittiks as a tonic and re
storative for my daughter, whom
I was thoroughly convinced was
wasting away with Consumptitjp
Having lost three daughters tpr '
terrible disease, under lh i0
eminent physicians, I r
believe that anything
the progress nl the J
my great surprise, heft
ter Bad taken one bottle .
Ikon Bitters, so began -t ara
and now is quite restored ti
health. A fikh daughter r?US
show signs of Consumption,
when the physician was consu.
lie quickly said "Tonics were t
ouired ;" snd when Informed that
the elder sister wa taking Brown's
Ikon Dittsrs, responded "that Is
a good tonic, take it."
Brown's Iron Bitters effectual
ly cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion and
Weakness, and renders the greatest
relief and benefit to persons suffering
from such wasting diseases as Con
sumption, Kidney Complaints, etc
O B5 f
rp HE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking Business
I'lOfcj W. 1IALL1UAY
JgNTEKFlMS- SAVING BANK,
RXCLUKIYKLY A SAVINGS RASK.
THO. W. IIALLIDAY,
FLOUR, GR1IN AND HAT
HhrbPst Cub Price Paid for Whett.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PA.TXNT
Wholesale Dealer In Ioe,
ICS BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WIU
PACKED FOR B-IPPINO
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and LertA
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