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A Umttihold Article fur I'nlersal
For Hcarlet and
I'ox. Mpeotltoe. anil
II Contagious Persons wilting uo
Hit bk.lt ihould use it (rly. Starlet )' has
-n known to spread where the Kluid was
us'd. Yellow rever has lmn cured with it attar
blank vomit had taken pint. The wurst
cases of Diphtheria yield to U
revered and Sick Per- I HMAM.-rOX
sum refreshed and ' and
lied Horn prevent. 1 PITTING of Hni.n
Ti.Ay. nSd" ! ,,0 WtKVKNTICU
Impure Air made ., Amrmljerofmybni.
hanelest nd rmiliol '? ukcn ""I
lor Mora Throat m, a "-H p". I wed the
lure cure. , utd ; the patieut wa
fonUirlon destroyed n ,t del'""". oot
for I rotitttU r fi-t,
pitted, and was about
llic house ms ain in thre
hft White Complex.
ion Kcured by iu use.
I week, and no other
! had it. - J W. Paj.it.
, INViK, Philadelphia.
Tu fiurlfvtri ItrMulli.
Cleatue the Tut-tli,
It can I be Sliruaised.
Catarrh relieved and
The physicians hero
uie i)ar)iv fluid very
successfully inthe treat-
An AnUdotefor Animal ' Creenshoro Ala
nr VWl.l. i..,. i tjreeniDoro, Ala.
Slings, etc, ' I Tetter dried up.
I useo the rluid rtiirinf.
our present arHicu.n wuh
bcarlct r'ever with de
cided advantage. It it
Inditpeni.iMe to the n It
room. -Wm. K. Sand
foD, F.jrrie, Ala.
ITnere purified and
In ratae of Death it
should be used about
the corpse i will
prevent any unpleas
The eminent l'hr
Mils, M. I., New
York, says: "1 am
dimmed JW 1 arbyt
Prophylactic Huid n a
Vanderbllt I nlver.lty. Nashville, Tenn.
'"" r mj me niusi eaccuent qualities of Prof
Darby! Prophylactic Kluid. At a disinfectant and
deterrent u u both theoretically and practically
superior to any preparation with which I am at-quainted.-V
T. LurruH, Prof Chemistry.
Iarby Huld la lUraminniidfid by
Hou Almxanubm H. hrirHtHk, of Georgia-
Kev Chav F. Daat, b.D., Church of the
Hangcri, N. Y.;
J-. LCrWT, Columbia. IW.,Univeriity.S.C.
Kev. A. J. lUtTia, pr,f , Mcrrer fnwraity;
Kev. (tu. r . Pii(1, H,op M. . furi.h.
I.MJISI'K.NHAHI.K TO KVKKY noME.
ierlccily harmltw. C,l uuernally or
eateriully fr Man or llesj.
ITie Hmd lu hen thorjihly toted, and we
have ahun lant evidence that it liai done everything
here claimed r ,r fuller information (et of your
UrnWit a pamptiiet or ind to the proprietor,
J. II. ZKll.lN CO.,
Manufactur.nti Uiciw.u. J'HILAIiF.LPHIA.
WE will tr ike ! i4 ltr, rw rl Uv fnwf!.'
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Health is VVeaith i
I)U li. ('. WrXT'H N'KIITI! AMI l!ltUM THKtT.
itMT, Rimnint.-Ml ("vihf for HKt.-nn, iliiii.
nnM, I'iiiiviiIbiiiiih, Vita. Ntr'mi NftirulfiH,
HHBilarhc, Nnrvntia Trout rntion chiim-1 by tlm dm
o(alcnht.l nr tobiicco, Wiiki'ftilni'f, .Mental D.
Iiremtiim, Koflemiir? tit tho Ilruin rt-Milliliil in in
unity Htnl IiwIiiik to miw ry, ibn-Hy ami ('rath,
PreniHtiini Ull Atf", Hnrn'tinie, 1 of pnwi r
in ithr wx. Inviilitmary lav ail rirninr
orrhua caimxl hyuTpr-oxortinn if tli bruin. ai-lf.
bane or ovur-iniliilrfi'iico. I'jifh Imii contHin
one nnititb'trtmHiit. f l.iua Iwix.ortiix boios
for .UD, unit byniuil propHidon rweipt of price.
W: I.I'A It.WTK.K H1X 1IOXI.H
To euro any casn. With pach ordi-r iwoivoil by tie
for an tKiiifi. nmim)riii'il with t'M, we will
afindttiepiinbamronr wrttton iruataiitde tri iff.
fuml tho mont y if the tn-ntnintit does cot eflucl
t euro. (iunruiiUw inantfd only by
IIAltKY W. 8CIIUII,
DrutrK'ai. Cur. Cointnerrial avo. A ISth at , Cairo.
Q.E0KGE II. LEACH, M.I).
PHYSICIAN tt SURGEON.
Special alkntlan paldto the II mho pathlc trunt
mtni of Kurlcal dinunnca, and dleaes of woinon
aud cbl iln-n.
OKHCK-Un 14ih alrcet, oppcaitu the PoU
offlca, Cairo, 111
J)H. J. E. STROSO,
128 Ctimmcrcial Ave, Cairo, 111.
VAI'Olt, ELKCTHO-VAI'OII and MGDiCATKD
A lady In attouduuee.
. COXSULTAirOX FHEE.
)U. W. C JOCFLYN,
DENTI8 T .
OKKK K Klrhtlt Htrcrt near Porno rrUI Antm
U. K W. WIHTLOCE,
Omul No. 1HK Coiiimnrclnl Kvoiino, hntfHHB
Kerf) anot Nlt.th Htrect
Shop on fUlllday Avumm, hot wo on Kmrtli and
ttlith BtrceW, Cairo, llllnola
tyAII kind nt Unlit and heavy hlaukamlllilni',
wagon and carriage work done In the tnortwoik
nanltku maunor. Iloraa-tihoelug a apecialty aud
n tm t.a.i II
11 irovontoi. II
ni inn rii ivrvm rmimmivi ti irmi. -. : r-
THE THREATENED STRIKE,
Tht Companiei Seem to be Determ
ined Not to Yield.
Equal Determination on the Part of tha
Operators A Committee of In
vestigation Appointed The
New Vork, July IS. A f.-verinh feellnc
tlnti In telegraphic clrolm over the threat
ened itrike. Kvery Vernon lutcr:ti:il I
anxlotialy iwaltlny the mult of tbo rxofti
live meeting of the Wettorn Union director.
The cmrii lite of the Hrolherhooil held a
tneetltijc early thin uiornltn;, but wb:t
transpired there could not be learned.
Cipher dlxpatchei were received by tho
committee from various point ktutiiiL'
that the operator were In readinetc leave
their deak at a momeut'i notice. W. B.
Somervillo of the Weatern I'nlou laid that
there eemed to be little poiiiilliy
tbat the company would grant their request
aod tbat tbe alnke teemed to be ineviialile.
The demand were unjust and unieoiiulla
and If the itrike ihould happen the com
pany would fight It to the bitter end. W.
J. Dealy, tnananer of the operating room
of the Weterti Union, laid that he did not
believe that tbe itrike would be commenced
without mature deliberation on the part of
the operator. Tbl morning there wa an
tinunually larje force at work In the oiliee,
numberiiiK between H)Q and 700. Tbe or
dinary number of abteutoi wax fri.m fif
teen to twtnty-flve. There were only nine
abaentee tbi morning, fie aald he had at
leatt fifty letter from employe of tbe com
paoy promUlna toataud by it In the event
of a ktrike. There were 29; chief op
erator in tbe office, each one having under
him eighteen to twenty-fire men. A tan
va was mde by theae rblef among the
operator to aacertain, if polble, the real
atremrth of tbediaaffected jortion. and how
large a force might be relied upon in case of
a itrike. The flrat report ihowed tbat out
of twenty-one operator twelve were doubt
ful and nine promoted to itand by the com
pany. Later reports Indicated that thi
proportion repreiented tbe division of feel
ing throughou the whole force. Tbe Wheat
(tone operator to a man. Dealy aaid,
pro slaved to itand by the company in case
of a itrike.
Operator are unwilling to converse on
the lubject, and tbe itereotrped reply has
been, "Wait till Wedneiday." At the
main office president Eckert refused to
aniwerany question concerning bis in
tentloni and declined to state whether he
would reply to the committee of the Broth
erhood to-day. Mr. Dealy, manager of
tbe operating-room, laid:
"I do not believe tbe company will ac
cede to the demand of the oieo, and I do
not think there will be a strike. Many
member of the union laid to me tbat la
case a itrike waa ordered they would xtick
to their pot."
'If the men itrike will tbe Wheatitone
instrument help you out?"
"Vei, It would be one of the greaiem
fall-bai'k we bave. Tbe perou working
tl now are chief y poir Englishmen and
girl who come to u begging for work, and
I am ilnd they will not strike. If t'-ey
should we could eaily get a low order of
talent U work the machine. One of these
Wheatitone will transmit 600 messages an
hour, where a good operator can only
end forty or fifty. Beside there are plen
ty of good operator now employed in other
punuit who would vrilllnglv help u
Mr. Htimiton, tbe iiiperlntendent, said:
"The situation Is unchanged. If a strike
occur we will keep on working as long a
we poisibly can. 1 don't are how we can ac
cede io the 'mode!' demands of tbe men.
The W hratitotie operator are really too
modest for anything. Tbcy
only ask us to Increase their salaries
from 1S0 to 175 per month, beikles the fif
teen per cent, aaked for by the other opera
tor!, and then tbey desire eight hours
work. Klgure this up and it make a total
increaie of eighty-seven per cent. , which is
a very modeat .tem."
"Have tbey made a ipecial demand for
"No; the cable worker are few, uud
their working hours differ from all other. "
Mr. Sommcrville, tbe press agent of the
Weatern Unlou, laid: "Tbe demands of
the men are unreasonable, and some of the
union men have expreed themsclvei so
to me. Many men tbat the Brotherhood
count on will not come to the scratch If a
atrlke ii ordered."
The operator admitted that their cate
looked serious, and groups of them were
quietly discussing the situation. Said one:
"We get all tbe money we need from tbe
Knights of Labor, and can bold out a long
as tbey will back us,, and I don't think they
will drop us very soon." It I expected
that when tbe demands are, reftmed. at a
given signal all member of the Brother
hood will close tbelr key and go out. It Is
claimed that ninety-five out of every hun
dred are union men, and tbat tbe company
will never know wbo tbe men are until they
begin to strike.
Excitement avl Ml LonU.
8t. Louis, July 18.-A little before 11
o'clock thi morning a throng begun
gathering at Third and Olive itreets, iu
anticipation of the itrike which wa rumor
ed wai to occur at 11:05, which would be
noon In New York. Officer Hobb wm on
hand with a number of specials to maintain
order. Tbe icene around the Western
Union was animated. Merchant! and clerk
were ruihlug there to get telegram off be
fore tbe stttke occurred. A number of
member of tbe Brotherhood itood on the
different corners and made themselves verv
busy and myiterlous by calling person to
one side and whispering In their ear.
Mr. Shaw, the member of the National
coramltte from St. Louis, that waited on
Oon. Eckert last Monday and presented
(he bill of complaint, returnod from New
York this morning. He was met by a re
porter in the B. A O. telegraph oftice.
"There will be no itrike to-day," be
aid. "I wa on 'Change a while ago
and there told the merchant the same
"8uppoe the Western Union people re
fute to accede to your demand!"'
"Well, then there will be fun. Tbo Ex
outive committee of th Weitorn Union
1 in session to-day and we have our de
mand before then. I suppose they will
decide one way or the other. It tbey are
rejeuted there will be a strike, the order
far which maj com at any hour, but not
to-day, Tbe whole matter 1 in the hands
t tbe executive) waottttM la New Toxk.
IRQ, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY
If they order a strike word will at once be
tent to tbe grand secretary at Pittsburgh,
wbo ha tn cipher prepared to tend to
dlxtrlut officer. When tbe latter receive
the word they will order the operator
"What chancei are therefor a com
promise?" "There will be no compromise. It
will be either yea or nay. We have a
pretty long pole aod we expect to knock the
perslm mon. "
"That Is, you expect tbe company to give
"It look that way to me, but of course
no one can positively tell."
"Oh, that was tent broadeait through tbe
Associated Prei to create public sentiment.
I don't think that proves or bowt any
thing." "Wby did you return to St. Louis?"
"The member of tbe committee thought
It beit that I should be here. If there
I any consultation It can ba on by
InrlnnMI Operator Ready.
Cincinnati, July 18. Tbe telegrapher!
here are more determined th in ever, and
are full of confidence. Addition are being
made to tbe rank of the Brotherhood every
hour, and arrangement are perfected to go
out on a minute' notice. Out of fifteen
old operator here who bave gone out of
buslnes nd who were looked upon by tbe
Western Union a ' 'atand-by' ' In case of
trouble, thirteen have already pledged
themselves in no way to Interfere with tbe
cauxe of tbe Brotherhood.
A Committer Appointed.
N'rw Yokk, July 18. At a regular
weekly meeting of tbe executive committee
of tbo director of tbe Western Union
Telegraph company to-day, the following
was adpted :
Resolved, Tbat a committee consisting of
Ex-Oov. Cornell, J. W. Clendenln aod
John T. Terry be appointed in Inquire
Into the complaints of tbe inequalities of
compensation and tbe condition of service
of the employes of thin cc jipany, if any.
8,000 Cigar Halter to Ntrtke.
Nkw Yokk, July 18. The fifteen cigar
inaiiiifacturin;' firm of whose uxoclttion
h. OttenbergA Bro. are members, are to
lock their doors to-night and 6,000 of their
employes bave been instructed not to go.to
work to-morrow morning.
The Telephone Hen Out.
C'liiCAM), July 18. The linemen of the
Telephone company of this city went out on
a strike at noon to-day. and will hold a
meeting at two o'clock tbit afternoon to
out line tbeir future course of action.
A l'OI N LADY
Saved from Drowning, Her Determination,
to Reward a Gallant Young Man.
r Lo.no Branch, July 18. Lat evening
Mis Millicant Coomb of St. Louis went in
bathing and was in danger of drowning
when a railroad clerk who wa a good
swimmer rescued her. Mis Coombs Is a
beautiful orphan with f 100.000 of her own.
She arrived here a few day ago from her
home accompanied by her aunt aod two
lady companions and a male cousin. She
is an adventutou girl and struck out boldly
in the water, but when a little dUtancc from
shore ome object tbat she took for a hug
fish touched ber, and as a shark had been
raticht during the day, the lost her pres
ence of mind. Her screams attracted atten
tion on shore and tbe life-boat wis quickly
launched but it would never bave reached
ber bad nnt help been nearer at hand. At
the time Mlu Coombs
BEGAN TO CRT FOR HKI.P,
Mr. Willie H. Whittlesey was bathing
about two hundred feet from her. Shouting
to her to keep cool he loon reached ber
lide, told ber to place her arm around his
neck and bave courage as the boat would
soon reach them. Tbe plucky girl did aa
bidden and they were soon taken into the
boat. Miss Coombs then swooned, but by
the time shore wa reached she bad recov
ered her consciousness. They were re
ceived with a shout from the crowd, and
Miss Coombs' cousin pressed a roll of bills
Into Whittlesey' band. The gallant young
fellow, however, handed It back, laying
tbat be bad only done his duty. By
great persuasion on tho ' part
of ill si Cooniba he agreed to
accept a a gift a gold watch and chain
which he said she herself would purchase
and give the man who saved her life. Mr.
Whittlesey, wboia not twenty-one years
old, is cngajed to be married to an estima
ble young lady, who resides at Iowa City,
aud the impulsive little heiress made him
promise to permit her to act as bridesmaid
on the occasion of hi marriage. Whittlesey
i a clerk lu a railroad office in Inwa City,
and a handsome young fellow, and when
married there I no doubt tbat Miss Coombs
will ee that he starts on life's Journey with
something more substantial than a clerks
Political Speculation In Indiana.
Indianapolis, July 18. The New York
Time' report of tho Presidential feeling
throughout the country, showing Tllden
to be the first choice of the Democracy, la
laughed at by McDonald men here, while
Hendricks mcu say it is the death-knell of
the McDonald boom. McDonald refused
an interview , but is said to be itlll a can
didate for first place. Three Democratic
papers have within the past week came ou
for Tllden and Hendricks, and it Is admit
ted generally that the old ticket Is really In
the field. The Times' report, showing no
Arthur mon to be in Indl ana. rrpatiaa iha
suspicion that only Blaine men were inter
viewed, a is pretty certain that Arthur
will have tbo bulk of the Indiana delega
gatlon. if not all of it. Both thn Tlni and
Journal of this city, the leading Republican
papers, are ootn supporting Arthur.
The CnitmploD Oarameu Quarreling.
Pukscott, Canada. July 18. -The wind
is blowing a little. The water I now too
rough for tho race.
OODENinCRC, N. V., July 18. It IS
said than lianlan approached Courtney In
mo iieauquanor tins morning and a bad
tempered verbal row followed In whlnh
Haitian is said to have displayed unusual
bitterness. He offered to put up $5,000
and to row Courtney a square race on any
body of water In America. Courtney kept
cool, and asked Haitian how much he bad
to pay for cutting his boat at
Chaiituuqiu, and exhibiting $1,000 he
offered to bet that he would crowd Hanlan
to faster time at Watktns than ho ever made
Cincinnati Oil Exebanare.
Cincinnati, July 18.-Thn Cincinnati
Oil Exchange, with A. P. Thompson presi
dent, organized to promote business deal
lugs In petroleum, wai formally opened to
day lu It room In Pike's opera house, id
Jaeetit to the Chamber of Commerce. A.
T. McLean Ii the uin.ter and J., B. Coch
ran tbe secretary.
A TEHFESAJH K VUTOHT.
Gov. Crittenden Speaks Plainly In Bap
port of the Downing Law.
JirrmsoN City, July 18.-A petition
was sent to Gov. Crittenden this mornlng
aiklng for the remittal of a fine of $W
against Henry Schumacher for selling
liquor without a license at Sedalla on tbe
4th of Jury. This I tbe tint conviction un
der the Downing law. Tbe petition la
aliened by ilxty-etght prominent citizen.
In accordance with bl former declarations,
the Governor refused to remit the line. In
aupportof tbeie be say: "lam asked by
a large number of law-abiding cltlen of
Sedalla to remit a fine Imposed upon Henry
Schumacher for having (old
beer without a license to a
minor on tbe 4tb of July.
Tbls Is the first fine liuposetl under the
Downing law. It U said the beer was sold
for the benefit of the Sabbath schools of the
Evangelical church. It Is said In the pub
lic print that tbe boy was made drunk, and
tbat bl mother prosecuted thi offender. If
io, It howi tb evil of selling Intoxicant at
uch places for such purpose. The Down
ing bill I now on trial in tbi itate. It
ihould have fair trial; It ihall be done, so
far a I am concerned. I cannot enforce it
unaided by the officers and 'couru, but I
will give them the full support of this office
io iu execution. The law Is a wholesome
one aud should be obeyed by all classes. I
will not remit thin fine nor any one Imposed
under this law. There is no excuse for Its
violation. It Is plain, simple and reasona
ble." An Eceeutrle Funeral.
Cincinnati, July 18. There wa a re
markable funeral In Spring Orove cemetery
at 3 o'clock In tbe morning, It was that of
Prof. John A. Warder, the noted horticul
ture, who died in North Bend, Ind. Hi
two ton desired to bury bim In a slate cof
fin, so that the earth would coine in con
tact with tbe body, aod thus facilitate iu
complete restoration to nature, The un
dertaker refuse to make lucti a coffin, and
a common light pine box, such an paupers
are burled in, was used. Tbe sons desired
the burial at midnight, and so near that
hour as possible the coffin wa hauled to
the cemetery in a wagon, nobody but the
two torn and the undertaker attending.
There were no service of any kind.
Nkw Yokk, July 18. The Brooklyn
'longshoremen' itrike does not appear
to be general. Only a few beside those
at Cashman A Co.'s slorei are standing
out for an Incieate of five ccuU per
hour. There are about one hundred em
ployed at the stores, and most of them
bave truck, laying tbey can not
maintain their families on twenty
cents per hour, especially when they do
not make full time. Green band
are employed In the place of the strik
er. The employers say tbey will not
All the Pleas Overruled in Kellogg't Case
Testimony in the Hill Case Nearly All in.
Washington, July 18. In the Criminal
court Judge Wylle delivered an opinion
upon the pleai in abatement by defeme aud
the demurrer entered by tbe government in
the caae of the United Statei against Wra.
P. Kellogg, charged with illegally receiving
money while a United States Senator, for
hi action In connection with th expedition
of certain Star route. "Tbo law required
tbe plea of abatement to be drawn with
great cxactniis," laid Judee Wrlle a bo
took up tbe first plea, based on the failure
of the led ctment to agree with the present
ment. He dismissed tbi plea because it
was not material. Tbe next plea charging
Ker with illegal attendance upon tbe sittings
of the grand Jury, Judge Wyllc said was
not baied upon fact. Ker wa
th authorised representative at
torney for tbe United States and for this
district. The pleas attacking the grand
lury aa illegal, because the members bad
not been notified rive days in advance that
their names hid been withdrawn and bo
cauie tbe notices did not specify the prop
er hour, were dismissed because they did
not agree with the facU and were not mate
rial. Tb next plea, an Important one,
said the court, charged Illegality in the pro
ceeding! because tbe vacancies In the Jury,
caused by certain persons being excused,
had been filled by drafu from tbe box in
stead of by summoning Uleimen. Instead
of picking up tbe talesmen the marshal bad
taken the names from a box. The
names wen supposed to represent
persons legally eligible. Wai
that fatal to the whole panel?"
asked Judge Wylie, aud In answer bo read
a number of authorities to the contrary.
"Tbe fact that tbe names bad been ob
tained from tbe box was no objection, pro
viding the persons possessed -1hc legal
qualifications," salt! the court, as it dis
missed the plea. "Upon the question of
the applicability of the act of June 30, 1871),
the court had pasted in the caso of the
United Slates isainst Dorsey, In which It
was held thai the act wai not In force In
this 1 (strict, but even if tbe pleus were In
accordance with tne facU," said Judge
Wylie In summing up, "tho Indictment
was good, because tbe pleas allege viola
tion of th District statutes, whorea the
United Statei lUtutes alio governed. Tbat
alone was a ratal lack of exactness in the
"Therefore the plea are overruled,"
said tbe court in conclusion.
Wlliou for cx-Senator Kollogg noted hi
exception and filed a motion to quash the
Indictment band upon Ker's presence In
the grand Jury room, and upon the Im
perfections and deficiencies of the indict
ment. It wa agreed to proceed to-morrow with
tb argument upon the motion to quash,
and the cam was continued.
Th Hill Investigation.
Washington, July 18.-At the opening
of tbe Hill loveitlgation Thomas announced
that bis engagemeoU compelled h'.ra to re
tire temporarily from the case. Colemau
offered In evidence vouchors for moneys
paid ' Goo. L. Damon, on account of two
safei and repairs thereto since 1870, forthn
publlo buildings In New York.Pbllitdclphls,
Boston, and other cities, for a majority of
which safes no contract woro made.
Coleman asked for the correspondence be
tween Hill and Damon In 1870.
Sle'n nets wai recullcd to testify lu re
gard to tho heating apparatus In tbe cus
tom bouse at Chicago, which be pro
nounced of inferior quality and workman
ihlp. Most of the ventilators woro
boarded up in the large mail room,
and the atmoiphere wai bal In on
lequenoe. Coleman announced that proiocutlon had
closed ths Damon case, with the exception
of introducing the wrreiDoadenee kwtween
UUlMdDsn. ' '
Cholera Spreading Rapidly D Letups and
the New Canal Some Good Shoot
ing by the Rifle Teams. v
London, July 18. The shooting for the
KoUpore cup took place at Wimbledon to
day. Tbe prle was competed for by teams
repreen;lng England, Canada, tbe Islands
of Jersey aod Guernsey and India. Tbe
t am were oom posed of eight men each.
Tbe firing was at 200, SCO and 000 yards.
Each man was allowed seven shots at each
range. Tbe cup wai won by tbe English
team. The icorei were ai follow: En
gland, m; Canada, 679; Jersey, 638;
Guernsey, 621; India, 814.
VAN HKUSVN WINS.
A revision of icorei made by the Ameri
can riflemen to their Jshootlng Thunday
and yesterday for the cup aod tbe 50
specially presented for tbat competition
shows that Van lleusen was the victor; his
score for tbe two dayi' ihootlug wai 17J
against a total of 160 for Joiuer.
W ON BY WILSON.
London, July 18. In the shooting for
the Albert Jewel, competed for at Wimble
don to-day, tbe prize wai won by Wllion
of the Ulster rifle, who icored 66. Dr.
Scott, the only member of tbe American
team wbo competed in this contest, icored
62. In shooting it 1,000 yards each man
wai allowed IS shots.
THB CANAL QCKSTION.
London, July 18. -At a special meeting
to-day of tbe London Chamber ofCom
merce a resolution was adopted declaring
tbat the question of tbe construction of a
parallel Suex canal should be referred to a
Paris. July 18. Tbe report made by D
l.esseps at a meeting here yesterday of the
Panama ranal sbarebolderi says that the co
operation of the American contractor had
dissipated tho prejudlee8,exlting in certain
centers of the United State against his
company constructing the canal. A senti
ment of equity prevailing among Americans
causes them to recognize that those who
have undertaken tbe great work of building
a canal across tho Isthmus have no object
In view but the removal of a material
obstacle to beneficial Intercourse.
Alexandria, July 18. Tbe report of
deaths from cholera yesterday! are as fol
lows: At DamletUi, 10; at Mansurab, 4A;
ul Monzaleb, 42; at Samanud. 22; at C'ho
lar, 11; at Cairo, 17; atCuirbin, 6 and at
SIX TV-ONE DRATHH).
Cairo, July 18. Tbe number of deaths
from cholera In this city durlug the twenty
four hour ending at 8 o'clock tbi morning
Missouri rnlveratty Fond.
jRFrKRsoN Citt, July 18. The8tate
Treasurer ba received notice from the
treasurer of the State Univi riltv hat
tl.OOO ha beoi placed totheVredit of the
seminary fund for the use of the university.
Coder the new law tbi will increaie the
seminary fund to $342,000.
Lotteries In Hat Water.
Chicago. July 18.-Offleerof tbe United
.-uues, Auani anu American Lxpteis com
panies say they will follow tbe Postmister
(ieneral In refusing to transmit money or
icners imenuea ror tne Louisiana lot
Cincinnati, July 18. The Journeymen
Plasterer' National convention spent the
day in discussing the constitution without
completing the work.
JULY 18, 18S3.
CATTLE-Steady and firm. Exports,
H s"i(0 00; good tochoice shipping, J5c6
(aV 75: common to fair, 4 6ri5 10.
HOGS Active and 16r2fc hither.
Light $3 COCM 15; mixed packing ." 0."rn
ft 40; heavy packing and shipping, $" 40O
CATTLE Export tecr $575fi90; good
to heavy do fO 30(35 00; light to fair $i 86ft
5 10; co.nmonto medium U 40fa4 t6; fair
to good Colorado $U5 50; southwest $3 75
fa4 K; coi n-fed Texans 4 20r.) 2ft; light to
good stocker $' OOrai 90; fair to good feed
ersfHtfM 2f; common to choice native cow
and heifers $3 25(34 23; icallawagi of any
kind n 75(93.
HiKJs Largely higher; demand active
and R ile made at an advance of 10c to 20c.
Light to good Yorker $6 73OT80; mixed
packing $4 8T05 30; butchers $5 40(5 8A.
Ml KEP Common, medium and light
to itfMf a 40; fair to good 50(93 7." ; prime
tt iWa'4 25; fr to gfl Teiais !1 50O
WHEAT Lower: cloiln at SI nsv
August ; $1 Oft September; flOUV Oc
tober: tl 07 lNoyt.miinri fl 02 rear.
OlfN Lower: 60 .fulv: oV Anmi.e
501. September; 50 October; 46 S vear.
OATS Lower; 841 July;28.. Augut;
2i September; 37W year.
WHEAT Lower, closing at $1 OOf
July; $1 08 August; $1 10 V Septem
ber; $l ll October; $1 13 November;
$1 08 vear.
CollN-Lower; 40 July; 40X August;
47 September; 47X October; 42(242 H
year; 41 May.
OATS-Lower; 33X July; 26X August;
26 S year.
WHEAT August 1 15; September
1 17 ; October $1 10 V.
COKN-August 51); September 61 Hi
OATS August 87V; September 35V;
BUTTER We quote: Creamery at lfifMO
for choice to fancy, to 21 for selection.
I talry at I."ifrl7 for choice to fanoy, and
18 for selections; fair to good lOfWll: com
mon tiiitW. Country packed Unchanged;
receipts and demand both small; quota
selected U(alO, medium 0O8, low grade
KtiiiS Dull and easy at '.2c candled;
doubtful and old itock much
POL L I'll Y-( oiitlnuei dull, with feeling
easy, and offering quite liberal. Salei
rang'Ml: .spring chickens small and scrubby
$1 oOdfl 57, medium and fair $2(S2 26,
gootl 2 250)2 50, aud choice $2 50; Old
cocks $3(23 25 mixed, 3 60(aW 75 aud
Country markets rather higher, Good
mixed American coi n oft eout advanced
8(1. Spot wheat firmer; No. 2 spring 9
4d; No. 8 spring nous In market; western
winter Us; Western corn a shade stronger
ntislid. Weather lu Knglaud unietUed)
No. 9 spring wheat to arrive advanoed Is;
rod winter and California wheat to arrive
advance I 6(1. lied winter off eoast ad
vanced W. Demand from United Klofaani
aud Continue good for whaat and torn.
The Hood Is the foundation ot
life, it circulates through every part
of the body, and unless it ia 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 miking but
iron will restore the blood to Us
natural condition ; and also that
all the irpn 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, aud is posi
tively not injurious.
Saved his Child, '
7 N. Eutaw St., Baltimore, Md.
1'cb. ia, it&i.
Cents Upon the recommend,
tinn of a friend 1 tried Bkown'i
Ihom IlirtRHi as a tonic and re
turative for my daughter, whom
I wa thoroughly convinced was
wasting away with Consumption,
H.iviuK leu three daughters by the
terril.le disease, under the care of
eminent physicians, I was loth to
believe tli.it anything could arrest
the progress of the disease, but, to
my sreat surprise, before my d.nigh
Ur had taken one bottle of Brown'i
Ikon Hi num. the began to mend
and now is quite restured to former
liealih. A filth daughter began to
show algiu of Consumption, and
when the uhvsici.in wua romtihed
be quickly aaid "Tonics Were re.
quired j" and when informed that
the elder sister was takine Known'.
I son Uiitpks, responded "that n
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 disease as Con
sumplion, Kidney Complaints, etc.
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