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For Scarlet and
Typhoid Fever a,
Horo Throat, Hniall
Pol. Measles, and
all ConUKiou Ittanaaes. Persons waiting oa
On bitk should use it freely. Soirkl Kever lias
," ttniiwn lo spread wli.:re the Fluid waa
usrd. Yellow F ever has been cured with il after
black vomit IihiI IhUi ii pUte. Ike wont
cae of iJiiilitlieria yidd to it.
ritvrred and Sick I'm-- I KMALL-I'OX
ona rriruiieJ and
lt4 Korea prevent.
! by haiiiing with
Impure) Air male
PITTINU of Small
A m-mlr of mv Cam.
narnuetl and pntlli.il
ily taken with)
Small do. I tued the
For Hi,. Tl, I, :. ' ' S
ure cure. , Hui'1 ; the patient waa
Contairion iW....l d'Jinous, waa not
Kor frosted L l1""1' nd wi ahout
Lhllblalm,, I'iiea, he hoaie again In three
Utiaflnira, etc. I w"k'' "!"
beamatlm cured " J,
Ho ft White) Complex.
ierna secured by iu use.
Hhlp Kvrr prevented
To purify the lireaih,
Inansa the Teeth,
it Cau't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
I'rwle: J cured.
Wounds healed rapidly.
or Vegetable J'oiwns,
I used the Fluid during
cur present affliction wuii
br.arlet Fever wall de
cided advantage. it
IwIUpenuMe to the tick,
room. Wm, F. Band.
' it), Eyrie. Ala.
The physicians here
use Irby Fluid rerjr
successfully in the treat,
nient of Diphtheria.
A. ST'II.I KNWkKCK.
Tetter dried im
l lrera purified and
In raseanf Heat hit
akwdd be used about
the enrpse it wili
prevent any unpleaa
I Scarlet Fevcrf
The eminent Phr
I Kl iHn.d.MAKION
hi. MS, M. New
WW, savs: "I am
i ronvini.ed t'rof Darbys
I Prophylactic Fluid is a
' raluaUc disinfectant."
Yanderhllt rnlvj.i-.li v.i...m-
' "".'J. 'iwa.l.lue, lenn.
I testify to the most eiccilent qualities of Prof.
Darbj-a Prophylactic Huid. As a disinfectant and
detergent it IS both theoretically and practically
upenor to any preparation with which I am ac
quainted . V 1. Unw, i'rof. Chemistry.
Darby Fluid la JWom mended by
Iloo. Ai.axAMi.ma H. hientrx,, of Oofiria-
Rev. Chaj F. Dwati, 1) 0., Church of the
Strangers, .N Y.;
Jo. IjiContb, Columbia, IW , University S C
Vev. A. J HArTi.a, VrM , Mrr-er University;
Kev. (,ai. J. Fianca, U.shop M. E. Churn.
rMISI i;.VSAIU.E TO KVKHY HOME,
fcrfectiy hannlns. Used internally or
ejtrrnally fur Man or Least.
In F.uid has been thor.;uj;hly tested and we
have abundant evider, e that ithas d.,ne everything
here claimed Fjr fuller information get of your
Uruist a pampnlet or send lo the proprietors,
J. II. 7.VM.IH CO.,
Manufacturing Cheuusu, Fill I.AIiKM'Hl A
WB will r iKVr nmtti lt try rut it Liver riniltlsl
frirp4ift. MrS H1W., hii.U' n, i'.-om!;!! or CMltifuij,
t cauDul w u, Wr.ri .i.i'.i, !.,r hll., mtan if Hi t
lieciw r.ncUf KnfiM with. l.'ivre ri,lr tuh,.i j
wbil u rrt iMUfartWi. F'ltwr (,f.l. Irt. t i, (0
SUoiOf 10 f,!l. S e,ni(. ot , I., ,u 4n(tuu. K.tt
wuwrfelU sul l,:uulf.. Tlx .iir muutuftur! I,.
JUHN C. V. EST .' A IU VS . aM bi.. Ct,fc
f P4t UlaJ PKuri seal t j u.sil .f.4.H, riiitUai iuIium!.?.
Health is VVeaith !
set YV -fiia
J)n li.C. Wkst'ii Nertb and Hihis Titr.sT.
UtST, n BiuimnUtxi niwitie for Hyetcria. Irizzi.
nnM, ('ouTuiKioiiis, rib. Norvnua Nt'timlKiis,
Iltwilwhx, N"rvotii( Proftnttion cutiavd by the tif-a
ufalroliwl urtohisireo, WnkoftiltiDWi, Mitital Do
preMiou, KoftentiiK of tho linnii nuliiiig in in
wsnity nml b'Silin to iniM ry, tlorny and d nth,
lreiiii:r Old Aire. llnrri'iin, l.oi of power
in eithor iwi. InvoltintAry litmee nml Hperrtim.
orrhrpa isuuihhI by over-exertion of the bruin. sxlf.
abuae or ovcr-iudiilstenw. iawli Ixn contniru
one month' treatment, f l.ma box, or mx hoxea
fortj.(li,de!it by mail prepnidnn receipt of pnea
WiS . AIl.WTKK fsIX HOXKS
To Pure nny cane. Witiinsch oHT toeeived by lis
for ix boxes. Kcconuianieil with trail, we. will
end tlie puroliu.er our written frtiiirnntee to ro
fund the mntiey if tli trentmont does not efleil
cure. Gusnsubwa Muecl only by
HARRY W. SCI I U II.
Draiulit, Cor. Commercial are. & Hth at., Cairo.
Q.E0KGE II. LEACH, M.I).
PHYSICIAN t aSURGEON.
Hpoclal ittcotton paid to tb II me wathtc treat
ment nf mrylcal diat)n'is. and diseases of wumeo
and chl dn n.
OKKICE-On Mih utroet, oppcutc the Pot
office, Cairo, III
jyi. J. E. BTKONG,
128 Commercial Ave., Cairo, III.
VAPOR, ELECTKO-VAPOK A((u MROICATKl)
H ATI 18
A ludy In altoudanco.
jR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFIt'E ElchU Straet, near Cim orrl,! ArertiD
R. K W. WHITLOCK.
0ftu No. 131 OommercUl Anti, hitw:ri
KeM'jaDd Nluth Htraota
Shop on Hullldny Avonrtn, between rourlb and
Hlxtb Btruvta, Onlro, Illluoli.
taT-All klnda ol light and Loavy liUoktmlthliiir,
wagon and carrlagt work dono In the mortwotk
manllk manner. Horaa-ihoulng ptcialty aud
i fiK j " arta
CAIRO. riilifNfHN FRHlAV MnRrVINfi rfrrUKK : - " '
Tlearapheri All Over the Country
. Quit Work Simultaneously.
Scenes at Different Places -Almost a
Panio in Chicago Otherl Operators
Taking the Places of the
St. Loin, July 19,-Tbe Mpnal
given t.y Mr. Mortimer I), fihaw,
mnHler workman, at 11:10 thl a. m.
utood on the aouihweat corner of Third and
O.lve HreeiK and looked up to a member of
the Hrotberhood who atood at tha window
In the operatlnx room, which I on the top
floor of the Wenern Union building. Tha
operator were thin notified to quit their
iry. The order waa ohejred Immediate-ly.
Three inlnul. a labsr over eighty operatori
came down out of the building, two by two,
the young women taking the armi of the
men. A dence throng was about the build
l'ig. and the ecene wi. Intensely excit
ing. The operatora In the B. A 0. office re
wived word at 10 o'clock to quit at noon,
-ew Urk time, and when the clork point
ed at II :fi5 they turned their keya and left
ih. Ir tahlra. All went out except tha man
a;r and chief operator. The men ex
pree.l their torrow at being ordered out,
M.mig that they bad no comdalnu tn mat.
and were aatl.tird with the mannerln which
th.'y had been treated. Still they laid they
wis oruera or tne Brotherhood.
They aeeui to th nk that the execuiiv com
miltee made a great mistake In cuttinz off
all aourcca of communication.
IX TH I OPKrUTI.TH ROOMS.
A reporter vlalted the operating roomi In
the fourth Mory of the Weitern fnlon
Telegraph office for the purfxne of ascer
taining by actual Inspection how manv op
eratom were really at work. Chief bper
ator Topllffo waa aeated at hit dek bead
over ear In buaineaa reorganizing the force.
A the top of the rerorier'a bead appeared
over the stairway the chief operator began
to make wild tcstlculatloni, which evident
ly meant that be had no time to talk to any
body. 'I've nothing to nay. nothing at all, and
couldn't uy It if I had, becauae I've no
time. See Brown: he'll tell you all. "
"Will you be able to handle all the buM
nti to-day V
"Certalnl), certainly. I've tot a rr,n.i
force, and more are coming in every min
ute. We will not be behind at all," and
Mr. Topllffe ran off toaee to aomethlng In
another corner of the room. The reporter
took a blrd'a eye view of the situation, and
by actual count tbers were Jut forty-two
peraonii sitting before Inrtrumente working.
Of tbeas twrjtitv-ssven ware men and young
boys and fifteen women. One old lady aat
near the stairway handling a Chicago wire
wHth great define. The office looked half
deserted, all Its Instruments In the center of
the room bmg rdl. At the foot of the
lairs Manager Brown waa found in
bis shirt sleeves and sweating at ev
We are right, he ssya. We were like
man who was bilious and needed a big doe
of calomel. We needed a big dose of strike
to clear out the obstructions. We have g '
It and it win ao u gooa.
"tou win ne anie to get along all
"Yes; certainly. We bure a list of night
men whom we nave sent ror and who will
be here pretty soon."
As Mr. Brown was saving tbls,
strsniers came up and asked: "Do
"Yes," said Mr. Brown and they were
immeoiateiy snown up stairs,
The operators wore a thoughtful
1 .11 TL. . .
presHimi in uiuiiiniK. mnsB wno were
not engaged at the key seemed absorbed
In thought. A number of telegraphers
who quit work several days ago visited
those engaged on 'Change snd -were ob
served In earnest conversation. Nothing
cotnu ue iiainru irom mem, however
wnue one was receiving a message a few
minutes wrore n o'clock he remarked
AS., ,ni,HaP un,iM W t I.
iuih ui ivii-m "vum uiinr UUiry Up SS
he had only few more minutes left. There
was a large amount of busluess during the
tariy nours in consequence of a gen
enu oeiier among tne merchants that 11
o'clock was the Dour set for telegraph fa
eilltles to ccaso.
THE BTRIKIR'S FUNDS.
The striker's meeting at Llghtstone's ball
adjourned at half past two tbls afternoon,
to give the linemen, many of whomiad no
sleep last night, an opportunity to rest.
The proceedings In detail;were kept a pro
found secret. It was given out that they
embraced the necessary action for perfect
ing organlxatlou. No special action was
taken looking to relief of members, but ac
cording to a law of the Union each member
Is entitled to the privilege of drawing $7 a
week during the strike. Tbls
privilege belongs alike to male and fe
male members. One of the operatori
waa asked by the operator what meant
of relief they had to depend on,
and he answered by taking out a well
tilled pocket-book and showing It, and
remarking: "Nearly all of i have
anticipated this, and have saved good lumi
of money Most of us have our lait
month'nalarlei, which we drew out on
thellitb, to depend on, md when our
private funds are exhausted we have plentr
of money In the treasury." '
Tbs Telegrapben Brotherhood hai a gen
eral itallsUclan, alio a local itatlmlclan In
nearly fvery city and town in the United
Statei and Canada. Complete italUtlci
have been gathered and show the following
general average of wagci paid at the present
time. The average pav for commercial
operators in tbi United Statoi Is 1.43 per
month; avnrago; for commercial operators
of Canada is JJ7.il) per month; average of
railroad operators In the United States Is
$39, M per month; average for rail
road operatori in Canada li $29.13. it
should be borne In mind that operators are
not allowed extra com pollution for Sun
day work, and that railroad operatori at
itatloiia where but one man Ii employed are
required to work from fourteen to sixteen
hours per day, and on many roads are re
quired to ilerp In or oonvenlent to their
efllces, to that they may be called to reoelre
orders for delayed, and obtala help for
wrsoked, trains. These emits oa masy roads
n oi ireiuiua. oocurre
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CoiC too, July 11). The telegraph oper
ator In the Western Union, Mutual Union
and K. It more and Ohio offices, tbls city,
left their tabjei at live minutes past eleven
to-duy, and went out on a itrlke. There
are 300 operatore-235 Western, 60 Mutual,
and 14 B. 4 0. When the hour arrived
there aroae a great shout at the operating
room of the Western Union on the top floor
of Union BulldlHg, corner of Washington
aud Lasalle street, and when the boys put
on thelrcoati and marched down to the
street they were loudly cheered. They
formed In the street under the leadership ol
the Chief of the Telegraphers' Brother
hood, snd marched through the streets to
Clrlch's ball, the headquarters. Later on
the lady operators also quit
work and were vociferously
cheered as they left the Western Union of
Uos. Not an operator was left at the
Mutual Union ofllcc, and only about thirty
at the Western Union. Many of the clerki
also Joined In the strike.
On the Board of Trade the excitement
waa almost a psnlc, the traders bemoanlnr
tho fnct that days must elapse before calls
for margins by mall can bs responded to.
Urge operators whe work leased
lines are, on the other hand, encourag.
Ing the telegraphers. A prom
ment theatrical manager notified the
I'rich Hull gathering that bis theatre is at
their service at any time for a matinee or
evening performance for the benefit of their
Regular railroad business will not be In
terfered with to any appreciable extent be
cause the men, although members of the
Brotherhood, will not strike unless special
orders to that effect are given. This is be
cause a large proportion also act in the ca-
paclty of ticket sgenis and tbelr withdrawal
would necessarily obstruct the buslneai of
HOW IT HAPPENED.
At twelve o'clock, Washington time, the
main body of the snuy of operators In the
Western Jnlon office In this city went out
on meir strike, it is estimated one hun
dred operators went out. There was some
cheering as they filed out, but nothing
boisterous. Outside the building a great
crowd had euthereU to witness the depart
ure of the operators and there wan some
cheering as the head of the column of strik
ers made its appearance. The operators at
once marched from the scene to the head
quarters of the union to deliberate. When
the operating room had been cleared it wai
found forty operatori were still at their
dexks, exclusive of twenty-onechicf opera
tors and officials.
The Wbeatstone system of the company
Is in full operation, by which all New York
business can be taken care of. Col. Clow
ry bas sdvlces to the effect that Omaha, St.
Louis and Cincinnati offices are In fair shape
and will be able to work aloug with their
reduced forces. Shortly after the striken
bad left the building operatori from the
outside began to make their appearance In
the operating room, and were given placet
at 11 :50 a. m. The officials now confidently
assert that with the force now at their com
mand and srith a certain prospect of new
men public business can be bandied with
out serious friction.
Cincinnati, July 19.-The telegrapben'
strike in the main office of the Westre
Union Teletrraph company occurred I at
11:30. At that hour the local chief of the
Brotherhood gave the signal, three raps on
the desk. The signal was obeyed by all
members of the Brotherhood rising and
going immediately out. There was no con
ftiMon, no excitement. Only about
half a dozen of toe working force re
mained at tbelr deski. Others will ioon be
At the main office of the Baltimore and
Ohio every operator went out and businesi
was wholly impended. The same hap
pened at the main office of the Mutual
On 'Change no messages were received
or sent by either of the three companies
having offlcei there. At the Western Union
office a guard wai immediately placed to
prevent outsiders entering the operating
room. All operaton about the office were
sent to duty up-stairs. Notice hart
previously been given to all operators not
inemnen or tne Brotherhood to come In In
case of a strike. A number of rt sponses
have been made already, and a force of
over thirty operators is now on duty.
Superintendent Miller sajs thl Is the onlv
111 ai uiainci seriously cr imed!
that but one operator struck at Columbus.
while Dayton, Springfield and other point
have full working forces,
Al New l orh.
Nkw York, July 19. The telegraph op
erators here have struck. Tbe announce
ment bad no effect on speculation, the mat
ter having already been discounted.
Western Union bas sold up from 77V to
Mr. L. E. Weller, a member of the
Brotherhood, and who Is no longer an op
erator of the Weitern Union, said :
"If tho Western Union people take the
operators to be a set of children they will
find themselves greatly mistaken. The op
erators know that tbe company payi good
dividends on heavy capital, and they also
know that the company bas guaranteed
dividends to rival companies which It has
absorbed, and to cable companies which do
not begin to pay expenses. All this money
must come out of the operaton' salaries
and they do not feel inclined further to
work for a pittance. I'm not afraid of the
company. It cannot harm me, and
you may put me down at laying
that It Is the meatiest corporation In ex
istence." Adsife lo Both ftldea.
Nkw York, July 19.-The Hcnld, iprak
Ing of the threatened telegraph strike, nyi:
"The wise course for each side to pursue
Is om of censon, conciliation, compromise
and fair dealing. Let the two parties meet
half way In a friendly spirit. Let them com
promise. Let the strikers recede from the
extreme demands mado aud take half a loaf
In lieu of a whole one. Let Dm ,.nmr,.n
show a like conciliatory spirit and make
I'AI A yflti ills I A .sm... I . a. . . .
.. ..n.M,n,.ls uiiiiccFisioiia. uy mis course
neither side will train u trill in nh a vat that
other. It will be s victory for both, and a
sensible settlement of thn flifilenitv that
ought to be iist and satisfactory to each,
and will win the approval of the pub
lic." At Oniaha.
Omaha, Neb., July lO.-Onlr a alhrht
disturbance will be caused here by the
strike of tho telegraphers. Most of the op.
erutori left their Instruments at 10;30 a. m.
Several remained, and tho local manager
hud extra m in ongagod, which he rut on at
once. Business li going on with but little
Bon I ON, July It. All the oneratnr. h.ra
have struck but tWO. The Women on.ra.
ton have alio gone out, but four of th
tweutyflve beesf Hit,
Mmnai.iy, . OVUl -V
Indianapolis, July l9.-8lxty tele
friphen In the Weitern Union office here
went out on a itrlke tbli morning.
At Terr Maata.
Terki Haute. Ind.. Jul lB.-TenUle.
graph operaton In the Western Union office
went out on strike this morning.
At New Orleans.
New Oki.bass, La., July 19,-Out of
twelve operatori emploved here, only one,
the auaistant chief, is at his post.
Hocbion, Tex., July 19,-Tbe office
here Is deserted, Its three operatori having
left on a strike.
(Ul.VK.aroN, Tex., July 19,-Elght oper
ators are on a strike here out of the working
force of ten.
GRANT NOT DEAD.
The Sensation Caused in St. Louis bj the
Signal for the Telegrapher's Strike.
St. Louis, July 19. At ten o'clock this
morning a telegraphic dispatch was received
iieheU in these words:
"New York, July 19. Gen. Grant drop
ped dead on the street tbls morning of heart
The announcement created the wildest
interest and the newspaper and telegraph
were at once besieged by anxious throngs
of inquirers. Simultaneously with the re
ceipt of the telegram above quoted the tele
graphers' strike was organized and on this
account It was Impossible to obtain further
dotsili. The theory was advanced here
that the telegram announcing Gen. Grant's
death wai the preconcerted signal agreed
upon among the telegrapben to announce
the mouent for beginning the strike; it
being suggested ai an explanation that the
announcement of the sudden demise of to
prominent an individual as Gen. Grant
would create a pressing demand for the use
of tbe wires, and the consequent disappoint
ment of Inquirers would throw Into intense
n lief the wrong-headedness of the officials
of the Western Union Telegraph company
in refusing to accede to the demands of the
A little after 12 o'clock Manager Brown,
of the Western L'nlon, received a dispatch
from an official of hit company In New York
which laid: "Geu. Grant is not dead.
Saw him a few minutes ago and he Is well.
The General laughod about the 1 reportof
Managr Brown added that ' the report
was a signal by the operaton for them to
commence the strike. The members of tbe
Brotherhood also admit that It was uae ai
London, July 19. The weekly itste
ment of the Bank of England shows a de
crease of bullion of .7,000. The propor
tion of tbe bank reserve to liability li 41
7-18 per cent.
London, July 19. The local government
boarr! has issued a memorandum enjoin
ing metisurei of precaution against the in-
trouuction of cholera in the cities and
towns or (.treat Britain.
London, July 19. The European presi
regards the appointment of Waddlngton as
Trench Ambassador at the Court of St.
Jamei as a pacific act.
I RE LASIX
Dt'BMN, July 19. Four farmen have
been arrested near Newry for beating
nearly to aeam a man whe took a farm from
which the previous tenant had been
London, July 19. It Is rumored that
Admiral 1'eyton will succeed to tbe com
mand of tbe French in Madagascar if Ad
miral Pierre should be removed for bit ac
tion at Taoiatave.
London, July 19. A dispatch from Al
exandria states that tbe panic In that city
over tne appearance or me cholera is n-
creasing. Business is entirely suspended.
The President's Plnns.
Washington, July 19. Preparations
for tbe rre.vldent'1 trip to the Yellow-
atone are almost complete, but bofore
starting be win probably Lake s three
days' cruise on tbe Despatch. If the
orden have been given to have the vessel
in readiness to start at an hour's notice,
ana ir tne notion ukci nira ne may steam
down the Potomac to Fortress Monroe af
ter the cabinet meeting to-morrow. The
President needs a vacation. He works
hard and be snow it. He has the appear
ance or a weaiiru anu overworked man.
He look peakcu, nil complexion Is sal
lowed and his eyei have a tired
A Defaulter on a Tour.
QiUrTOX, W. Va., July 19,-John L.
Hechmer, for the past Hve yean Supreme
treasurer of the Catholic Knights of Amer
ica snd who waa defeated for re-oleotion in
Way lait, left for Europe on Sunday night.
Ilissnonage io tar as ascertained is $30,
OiiOormore. His bond for $50,000 u re
garded ai worthless on account of lrree-u.
sillies. Hechmer'i friends claim that tbe
deneii win not exceed $10,000. Hochmer
recently iauea in Dimness.
Eleven Deaths m the Hands fl floe-
Tucson, Arizona, July 19,-Tho Meul
can consul nere has received a letter from
tbe frontier, dated July 14, stating that at
or near tbe placo where Gen. Crook left the
hosUlei in the district of Montezuma they
attacked a Mexican settlement, killing four
prrsuun. a. uetaenment or Mi xican Infan
try pursued the lavagci, but found them in
too itrong force, and were repelied,wlth a
iuia ui soicu eoiaieri.
Crsvps In the Weet.
Portland, Oregon, July 19. Specials
to tho Northwest News lay that Nvhile the
whfst acreage of the state is rreaier thia
year, the yield will not be more than 70 per $1
cent, of aat year's. The hog crop Ii large, ov
mo nun crop ii poor. Reporti from
Montana, Idaho and Dakota Indicate a line
crop. The cattle are In excellent condi
tion, The Nikle Plate's Densaust
Chicago, Julyio.-Itls undentood that
tbe Nlckle Plate road bas mado a formal
demand for twelve per cent, of the East
bound dead freight builness, snd that the
matter will oome op before tbe next meet
tag of the JolntJ.executlTe eemmlttee Jfar
A GREAT CONFLAGRATION.
Several Lives Lost and at Least $2,000,
000 in Propertj-Full Particular!.
Nkw Yohe, July 19. At about 10:
o'clock Ibis morning sparki from tbe en
gine fell into the pile of Jute which bad Just
been landed on Harbeck dock from the
ship Lawrence E. Delap from Caloutta.
The dock was filled with hemp, Jute end
coffee. Tliu flames spread with Incredible
rapidity, and In a fuw mlnutei the entire
dock was ablaze. The Dsjlap was the flnt
vessel to catch fire, and all her rigging was
inirned before she could be towed out.
Next to her on the south side of the dock
was tbe ship Perseverance, also from Cal
cutta, which arrived, and on the north slds
lay the ship Colonel Adams, from Calcutta.
To both these vessels the flames cemmunl
caied and the crews Jumped overboard for
safutly. In the meantime a general alarm
had been sent out and five steamen and
four honk and ladder trucks were iooo on
the spot. When tho firemen reached the
docks the itjpports of the roof gave away
and lbs roof foil lu with a terrtfio crash,
burying over a dosen firemen and eloek
hands beneath the ruins. A rescuing party
was quickly formed and
THE MEX DHAGOKD OUT
from the blazing raften. None of them
were dead, but all were more or less
burnei aud bruised. Firemen McNamara,
McDonald and McDougal of Hook and Lad
der Truck No. 3 were injured lerioaily.
A commotion Just then occured in the
crowd and the chief of the battalion rrnve
orders to clear the dock, as tbe ship Law
rence I Map, which was now on fire above
and below, contained 4,600 bagi of salt
petre. A rush was made by tbe crowd to
to the further end of tbe dock. While this
was going on the hoisting derrick, from
which supports had been burned, fell over
tin the wharf with a crash, knocking two
dockmen overboard. Custom House In
spector Harradcn In attempting te
escape from the ship Col.
Adams was severely burned
about the face snd bsnds. The ships Per
severonce and Col. Adams had by this time
been towed far out In the stream, and the
tues poured streams into tbelr holds. The
efforts of the firemen were mainly directed
to extinguishing the flames on board the
Lawrence E. Delap, on which It wai mo
mentarily feared an explosion win1 1 take
place. The extent of the losses i un
known, but they are undoubtedly rery
rivE persons drowned.
The district officers at Harbeck 't uvea
slated that the Captain of the Lawrence E.
Delap, with bis wife and three children,
are repoted drowned. One tailor was
killed outright by falling timbers. Tbe loss
Is now estimated at between $2, 000,000 and
Make a Successful Baid oa a Bank at
Cold water, ISUoh.
('(it.Dv.ATKii, Mich., July 19. At one
o'clock i'tiesilav afternoon a man entered
the Coldwater National bank and handed
tbe t'usliicr, who was alone, a small pack
age of moii'v to count. While engaired at
tbi.t tbe cashier heard a noise and din
covered a man Iu the vault, who bad seized
a packace of valuable Jewelry. He tuo
ceeded in making hli way out of the build'
Ing by presenting a loaded revolver. He
Joined three companions in a buggy near
the bank building aud the four drove rapid
ly out of the town. They were pursued by
the marshall and one man, but the Utter
were overawed by tbe revolveri of the rob
bars. The latest report Is that the robbera
are surrounded in a piece of woods tlx miles
from the town aud that there Is a prospect
or their capture.
JULY 19. 1883.
' Live Mtasek.
CATTLE Steadv and firm. Kxeerts.
$T KOftftiij; good to choloe shipping, $5 35
ftf.'i 7.'i: common to fsir, $4 ftO dti 0t).
lit m,S slow. Light Wi(tH 09: mixed
packing $.' O.V''i to : heavy packimr and
shipping, to 40r5 S3.
ST. LOUIS. rQ
r ATTI.F I'tnnrl steer. RTtHul !WV-
to heavy do ib 76; llvhi to fair St 8&a
6 10; common to medium M iDCSi 65: fair
to good Colorado $4(35 60: southwest S3 T
m KT); corn-fed Texans (4 8X35 25; light t
good stockers fi 506M 75; fair to good lead
er $3 8.V&I 20; common to diofoa otttm
cowand belfers $3 25r 2ft; losllawags of
anvkind $2 7.V5M.
IIUUS Largely higher; demand active
and sales made at an advance of lOe to lfia
in lliibts, but uucbiitu;ed on other mdm
Light to good Yorkers SB9()r100: tninul
packlnsr $4 HOft 3T; butchers $.') 40r5 (IA.
Mir.hr ( onimou. mod urn snd Ik-hr.
ft! 2.VWM 40; fair to enod M Mm 75: nrime
$3 86(34 40; fair to good Texani $3 SOfS
Lower; closing at $102Wia
Atiuust ; $t 04
September; fl 05V Oc
tober; $1 07 a November; $1 01 H year.
CORN Lower; 50',' July; r0'i Aug'
50 September; W)S October: 40 ) yi
OATS-Lnwer; 3.1H Julv:28
27 September; 27 S year.
WIIKAT Lower, c osine at $t 07V
.juiy; i u August; $1 irnt Septem
ber: $1 WS October: $1 12 November:
$1 07 year.
COIIN -stronger; 45 July: 4(1 Auirust:
47 ' September! 47 V Octobor; ii
year; 44 a May.
I . 1 Keller, 841 juiy 20 Aucuit:
20 'i year.
BUTTER We nuoto: Creamorv at
for choice to fancy, to 21 for selections.
Dairy at bVil7 for cholco to fanoy, and
18 for selections; fair to good 10rj)l2; com
mon oTrfiu. unintrv packed Unchanged;
receipts and demand both small; quote
scK'Cicu uwio, meuium waa, low trail
5rti. Sale its tubs dairy Id.
E(J(iS-Lowerat llo candlod, with de-
I'OL 1HlY-sprlng eh ckens dead .
dull and easier; most of tbe sales wore at
bdftfi 67, but very small not ..i.m.
over 25. and the largest at $2. Old
chickens unlet at $3r:t 25 for eoeka. M ana
8 Yd for mixed, ind $4 for bens.
Country markets rather ht,rh nA
mixed American corn off unn., a,t.nn..i
Id. 8nnt wheat firmer) Nn. t .nHh. a.
a. I. M- .--i- Z " - -i""T
T.. "onB ln niaraci; weaiera
winter s WesUirn corn a shade quloter
at 5a 3d. Weather In Emrland unsettled!
NO. 2 Snrlnif Wheat to arrlvn arlvannert lar
rod winter and California wheat to arrive
advanced 6d. Red winter off coast ad.
Vanned 8d. Demand from United Klngdeni
and ContluoMl not taucit dotnir tat whaat
and oerm, , .
The blood is the foundation ot
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 ai;ree that nothing but
iron will restore the Mood to iu
natural condition; and also that
all the iron preparations hitherto
made blacken the teeth, cause head
ache, and are otherwise injurious.
Brown's Iron Bittf.rs will thor
oughly and quickly assimilate with
the blood, purifying and strengthen
ing it, and thus drive disease from
auy past of the system, and it will
blacken the teeth, cause head
ache or constijiation, and is posi
tively tut injunuus,
Euuw St., lUltimore, Md.
reb. la, 11J80.
Cents : I'pnii the recommends.
ti"ii of a friend I tried Irown f
Ikon Hiitfks aa a tonic and re
st, irative for my daughter, whom
Iw.i ih'iroiifclily convinced waa
wasting away with Consumption.
Having lost three daughter Ly the
terrible disease, under the ear of
eminent physicians, 1 waa loth to
believe that anything c-uld arrest
the pmcresj ol the disease, hut, to
my great surprise, hefore my daitgh.
ter lud taken one bottle of Bsown's
Inn lit item, she began to mend
and now is nuite restored to former
health. A filth daughter began to
show aigua of Consumption, and
when the physician was consulted
lie quickly said "Tonics were ra.
nuired ;" and when informed that
tne elrier sister was taking;
Ikon Uittkrs, responded
. "that ia
a gooa tonic, take it."
Brown's Iron Bittf.rs elTectual.
ly cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion and
Weakness, and renders the greatest
relief and benefit to persons suffering
from such wasting diseases as Coo
sumption, Kidney Complaints, etc.
rjMlla CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of l.'ttiro, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Daiikuur Business
Coiid no toil.
TIIOH V. 1IALHUAY
JajINTEM'mSE SAVIiNQ BANK.
KXCLttSIVELY A SAVINUS HANK.
FLOUR, GRAIN AMD HAI
HIirhMt Cash Price Paid for Wbat.
PKOPRIKTOR OP SPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholosnl Uoalor in lot.
uv. nr Tn oak load or ton.weu
Onv Loadn a Specialty.
CorsTwellth Street and
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: 1 5 3 ats
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