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tin SkIc thould u.e il freely. Scarlit K'.ver hat
ntver been known lo spread h'ie the HiimI
used. Vtllow lever ha been urcd mill il aftT
black vomit liml taki'ii plnre. The wurst
Cases of Iliphlheria yiclii tu It.
Fevered and Kirk I'er. NM AM.-POX
Ktni refreshed ami and
lUid Hores iirevent. PITT I Nil nf Hmufl
! by Lathing wall i... ni;in vrirn
I in pure Air made
harmless and f i r i U--'i.
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fur Frosted f'-ct,
Hrt White Complex
ions secured ly its u.
Ship Fever prevented
To purify tl.e Hreulli,
Clttaiiko the Teeth,
il i.an't )j surtusted.
A m niberof mvfam
fly ji taken wttli
Small pn. I tied the
I'lilid , the patient wa
not delirious, wu not
pitted, and was atut
the h'mse again in three
weeks, and no others
had it. -- J. W. F'akk.
Wound healed rapidly.
An A ntldute for Animal
or Vegetable Kiiviiu,
I used the Fluid durine
our prevent aftlictiun with
Scarlet Kevcr with de
cided advantage. Jr is
tndiiptns.il lt t" the .' k
loom. Wu, K. Sank.
roiii, Eyrie. Ala.
The phyiciant hers
use Dirbys Kluid very
siicceisfulfy in the treat
ment of Diphtheria.
Tetter dried urv
liters purified and
In eases of Death It
should be used about
the cjrp it will
prevent any unpltai.
'J he eminent I'liy
IIjiii,.I.MAKION ;Mls, M. !., New
York, s.ivi: "I am
I conviliLed i'rof Ilarliys
I'rophylai.tic Hind it a
Yanderbllt University, Nashville, Tenn.
I testify to the niMt eateiient ijiulitiet of I'r jf
Darby, Piophyla'.tic Fluid. As a divnfeUatit and
detergrut it it both theoretically and practically
superior lo any preparation with win. h I ain acquainted.-!.
T. Lvnus, I'rof. Chemistry.
Harbys f luid U ICeromruended by
Hon. ALtXANuaa H. Sunum, o( Georgia-
kev. Cmav F. Dbshs, D.U., Church of the
Strangers, N Y.:
Jo. l.at'.fo a, Columbia. I'r .f , L'niversity.S.C.
Kev. A. J IlAtTLa, Yr f , M. r r.er University :
Kev Oko. K. ftaKCK, bishop M. K. Church,
IMMSI'KNSAIILK T(l KVKItY 1HIME.
Perfectly barinlrss. L'sed internally or
eiterrully for Man or brl.
The Kluid has been thoroughly tested, and we
have abundant evtiei,..e that it tut done everything
here claimed r .r lulicr ii.f rniaii .n grt of y jur
iTj,ij.tt a pamphlet or tend to the proprietors,
J. H. 7.K1UX CO.,
Mamifactunn Cheiuitts, PHILAM.I.PHI.V
OffmfHM, rV.rfc H-ftrlaKt.. It..I Itt.-'tt, 4'.titl.t4tt-.'R CmUitt
t tiMi curt wiii V Vcai Uttr ha d n .
U"Mrt itnctly ttnpid Tin p-rr y irfwUtAi,
Mftf U.I w TT UlttiMtt'-n. H ifir l.arvt U1, fin
Uuoiof m fN.kTJ wet. J'.'r fcT ,4 nifft.u. rW-tv ..f
ntfftu titv) iniiiiii. Th p-fiy-ti ivh.(rt4 '"'r Lj;
KiM.H C. WKST Ac , IM A ll W. Uvlivn M , CUvn
Health is Wealth !
Du J- C Wkmt'k NritTis and Hums Trkat.
mrr, a tfimrantl r.-i tif fur U-HtTia, iMizt.
nMM, ConmNiona, Vitd. Nf-ryoun N.mi riiU-m,
Hotularhn, Nrvoti Protratinn riittMil h) tlif iimi
of alonliol or tiitxu-co, WiikfftilrM-Mi, M'titl Ut
prWKtinu, Hofti'tiinK "t tl Uraiii rt-ftiltinu ill in
unity ami b-'lintf to nuw-ry. l''",y l-'l.
Premature Ulil Acv llHrrcntnw. Jh IX'W r
Id ettht-r hi, Involuntary Low una HpBimnt
orrbaa catiHnl byuvHrtxurtnn of tbo tjriuti. wlr -abuftA
nr ovi'Mmluliretice. Harh nx rontain
ona month'K trvatitipnU f'-"1 box. or
for$5aM,eaMitbymHtl prpptidon rtt-i'ipt of pnov
V. Ul AK.iXTF.K hlX 1IOXF.H
To cure any t-ti'. Witb I'Hfh onb-r rH-civil by lot
for tx bo. arcoDipniiinl witb I ''J". w 'H
orj'1 ttie puri'tiaw-r our writtott Ruaiantxe to m.
fund the money if the tnntnientdijcauutcuVf
cure. GuarimUx' iuwloiil'Liy
IIAKRY V. SCIIUIJ,
Urnuliu Cor. Commercial av, 3t lMih H.. Cairo.
Q.EORGE II. LEACH, M.D.
PHYSICIAN tt SURGEON.
Hpvclal attention paid to the It unc puililr tri'Ht
menl of ntinttcal disuaBi', aud dlfcaaus of woniou
and rhl riren.
OKr'ICE-On Mih ruct,-optnit; the l'ot
office, Cairo, III
U. J. E. STKONO,
128 Cummercial Ave., Cairo, III.
VAI'Olt, ELKUTHO VAl'OII and MKUICATKI)
IJ AT 1 1 SI
A lady to attendance.
J)R W. C. JOCKLYN,
OlTICK Rlghth Street, near f!omr rr.i' AvnMie
U. E W. WIJITLOCK,
0fio No. 136 Corumcrct&l Aventio. betvcoti
Kel't'J and Ninth Htrnnt
Bbup on Hulllday Aveuit", lictwoon r".iuilli itntl
nlxtli blnuU, Cairo, IIIIiidIh.
HT-All klndt ot Unlit and heavy hlitckainlibliiif,
wagon aud carriage work dono In the lmiftwoik
roanlike manner . Horao-alioulug i ipocially aud
(allfacttoo guarau teed .
I MALAEIA. I
awir. lajt R t T M ENT
THE STRIKE CONTINUES.
No Indications that Either Side Will
The. Western Union Claims it is Not Grip
ped at St. Louis The Situation in
i Other Large Cities An Expres
sion from Both Sides -Press
St. i.ot'18, July V). At 1 o'clock to
4tj there na no change in (lie aittiation,
Itber at the Wrtrn 1'nlon or the B. A O.
ofllcea. Buaineao at the Vi'. V. wai Kolnf
ouaiuhiial, while at the other the InMnt
menu krpt tip a great clatter, but Mciri.
Toherti and Baker paid no llrntlon to
them except to ace that no company or line
buniueaa wan neglected. Tho atrikln)? op
eratora, true to their prograuimo of gen
tlemanly behavior, have refrained 'from
gathering in the neighborhood of the scene
of their lata employment, aa la customary
with mliiert and tradesmen on like occ
alom. Not an operator wu to be neen all
morning on Third alreet, between Pine and
L'leui-t. A visit wan matte to Ligbthione'a
hailf at 11 o'clock, (but the hall was cloaed
and In the large aaloon down ataira th ro
were none. "Tb teleeraph men don't
meet until J o'clock, and they don't come
In here anyhow," aid the barkeeper.
TKI RORaPUKRH' VIEWS.
A young man who gave his name and
ahowed credential from the Wrati-rn ("nlon
office to make plain hit authority to tpcak,
aa one of the principal operator, but wish
ed not to h:ive hU naraepubliahed made
the following statement:
"There are io all seven operators at the
Western Union office, the rest are only
check hoya. The usual number In from
forty-Ire to sixty. The statement of r.
Brown that none of thone now out will be
taken back is incorrect, lie hitnelf wa
this morning offered $100 a month to return
to bis place, an Increase of $31. There is
now but one operator at the Merchants'
Exchange. The usual force Is twenty-Are.
Operators were badly wanted In Chicago,
but only oue could be found In St. Louis
who would go. The business Is all piled
up, and the messages now going slowly
orer the wirei are dated July 18. The op'
erators cannot be replaced and will win
their points. TLey therefore are deter
mined to hold out."
Blortinier Shaw, the secretary of the un
ion, wax seen for a few minutes. lie had
nothing lo add to what had beeu previously
published, except that the ttrikers were
more determined each hour, and were pre
pared to stick out for two or three months
If necessary. "The public," he said,
"bas been fully apprised of the nature
of our grievances. 1 be issue Is made up.
We made certain demands. The company
refused. We struck. It la a deaperate
tlt;bt on botb sides. They bave the money;
we bave right, Justice and reason on our
side. We made our demand peacefully; we
quit work peacefully, and we will conduct
ouraeives In a law-abiding and orderly
manner. The public fa the Jury, and with
them we rest the case. I am satisfied that
the strongest point with us Is that tho
Brotherhood baa in its ranks the best oper
ators in the country and the Western Union
cannot get along w.thout them. We
ma) not get all we asked for, but we will
get something, and a recognition of
the Brotherhood will be one of the conces
sions." TUB companies' viiws.
The Wtateru Union people say that do not
Intend to take a mcmbrr of the Brother
hood into their employ again. "My In
st notions' " said Manager Brown, "was
t ) pay off the operators as they quit and to
consider their positions varum." The
company a V latuh at the idea that tbey
c.tti't hold out agaiust the strikers. "Why,
e aro getting on so well here," said Mr.
Ilrown, "that I have been sending oper
ators to Chicago. I can secure all tho
npeintors I want In tho course of a week.
We have men enough to work our wires on
'Change, but we can't do much, its thero
is no one to work the
Chicago end of the wire. It icerus
that the members of tho
B );trd of Trade In Chicago bave got up a
sympathy for tho Brotherhood. Tho busi
nesn men will get tited of that In a day or
two, when their pocket! will become
Mr. Brown then added that he bad every
branch office In the city In operation; there
are Just sixty. Sixty-two operators are at
work In the main othce.
The Brotherhood deny that the Western
Union Is able to attend to the business, and
say they arc a day be htud with It. While
tney admit that the Western Union have a
good many operators, they claim they are
very poor ones and are making a good
The effect of the strike was very ap
parent on the floor of the Merchants' ex
change this morning. Comparatively
speaking, It was quiet a place. The bull
pen, usually the local point of the excite
in ! tit which animates the Kxchange, In
stead of presenting the appearance of a
pyramidal mas of struggling and shouting
humanity, had only a few straggling traders
upon the iiepa, and they conducted such
business aa cuine to them In a
lethargic hind of way, There was
no Jostling, because there was enough
room for all mid to spare, and hardly
any shouting because It soon became ap
parent that bids for business were generally
dlsrcgard-d.' Larking tbo excitement of
their legit imittn business tbo traders grew
frollcsi rue, and sparring matches with
glossy ht'.ivcrs ami faultless felts us thu ob
jective point of pugillstlo prowess took
placns ot t fftr.and take In tbe prominent
"Not one-tenth of tho tisuul business has
been dono hero to-day," inld Mr. D. It.
Francis to a reporter. "Tbo telegraph
companies havn been giving us very poor
service. I don't believe the trade would
font up halt a million bushuls, as
against the usual run of two to three
millions up to this time of day, We have
only done about 11)0,000 bushels, and usu
ally by thl time we have done six times as
"Tbo trouble is with the Chicago wires,
"Yes, and with the interior. We can't
learn anything from the Intel lor regarding
tbe movement of grain and thus our opera
tlons are seriously erampod. We had.
looked forward to having a good working
force of telegraph operators here. The
Western Union promised to bave them,
but thus far they oeveiH turned up."
i iut YALsa uroirr.
A member of the Brotherhood, upon be
mg told that the dispatch announcing Gen
eral Gi ant's death was generally believed to
be the signal for the strike, Indlgnantlv and
positively denied that It was. "Why,"
said he, "there was no necessity for using
such a subterfuge when communication was
open freely by cypher, and was so bail by
Mr. Shaw, And more than that, let me
tell you, the telegraphers bave more Judg
ment and feeling than to adopt such a
heartless method to carry out their plain.
That story sounds like Manager Browit'a
well-known Inventive genius that Is Just
now having ample swing upon various tele
graph topics. "
Vlewa f the rrvaa.
Naw Yoita, JuJy20. Tho Herald says:
"The order"lsstied by Gen. Eckert, acting
president of the Western Union, that mes
sages are to be taken 'subject to delay and
to mailing en route If necesxary, ' presup
poses on tbe part of the community a good
deal of Ignorance as to tbe legal liability of
ths company for delay Id sending dispatches.
It is an elementary principle of law,
recognized and affirmed a thousand times
by the courts, that a telegraph corporation
Is bound to transmit with due diligence all
messages delivered to it, and Is liable for
tbe damages caused by unreasonable delay
duo to Its own negligence. It has been
eprry and unanimously held bv the
Supreme court In this city, as we bave al
ready pointed out, that a strike,
however general, is no defense
In law for tbe failure of a railroad cor
porttion to perform Its duties to tbe pub
lic, and the law is precisely the same in the
eae of a telegraph company. The com
pany Is held legally responsible for tbe
continuance of a strike of it employes,
and any serious delay or Interruption of its
btisineai caused by the strike U held in law
to be due to It own negligence."
The Times says: "Thus far the conduct
of the strikers has been commendable, and
it is to be hoped that thev will avoid tbe
mistake of Interfering with the liberties of
others or the property of others. They are
Miong in their cause and in their union,
and it will be no ea-y mutter to III their
places. Meantime the companies bave
their obligations to the public. Under their
chartered privileges they are bound to car
ry on the business of transmitting mes
sage, and we know of no reason why the
obligations of common carriers should not
legally apply to them."
The Tribune mvi: "If tbe Brotherhood
of Telegraph Operators bad compiled with
the requirements of their own constitution
it is probable tbat tbe present strike would
bave been averted. One of tbe provisions
of tbat document Is that 'no strike can be
instituted until after all attempt at arbitra
tion have failed. ' If tbe telegraph oper
ators have substantial grievance t there Is
no doubt tbat a fair presentation of their
case would meet with considerate treat
ment by the managers of the various tele
graph companies. But the course punrued
by the operators bas been reckless and un
wise, and in direct antagonism to the
constitution of their aaeociation. Iuatead
of making an attempt at arbitration, they
practically closed tbe door against it."
At Mew York.
Jkw York, July ao.-At 10 o'clock: tula
morning there were singularly few evtdenca
of a strike about the Western Union build
ing. There was the usual activity about
the receiving windows, but nothing more.
None of tbe strikers appeared, either in tbe
basement or tbe operating roons. The ex
ecutive department were early en the
ground and full of business. Not a small
part of their occupation was the reading of
congratulatory and encouraging telegrams
from various offices and superintendent of
TIIK KKFKCT OS BUSINESS.
"What eff.-ct will the strike bave on
hiudncs?" John Campbell of the execu
tive committee of the Brotherhood wa
"Tbo violent fluctuations In oil were
caiy-ed by the knowledge that none but
lirsi -class opera -.on are employed lu the oil
regions and that tbey w ill all go out with the
rest. The average number of messages
handled dally between Pitubuig and Oil
City is about 3. 000. and there Is probably
not a niesaage being sent between these
two centers to day, The effect on business
will be very disastrous. The committee
fully realizes its awful responsibility, The
company would not recognize us and w
had no other alternative."
"Ilow about the cables?"
"1 am poeitivti that tbe Mexican cables
landing at Galveston, Texas, the Cuban
c.ililu lauding at Jacksonville, Kla., and
the Kreuch cables landing at Duxbury,
SI.i'.s., are stopped. They may possibly
get a message or two, but tbey cannot pos
sibly handle tbo business. It may bo gen
erally stated that all cable communication
between this country and the rest of the
world Is practically suspended."
ItKISDN IN SYMPATHY.
A letter from Thomas Alva Kdison is giv
ing the strikers much pleasure. He says:
"(send word If the telegraphers want any
money. If you do. call on .me."
At hlrngo. ,
Chicago, July 20. Supt. Clowry re
ports that tho business of the Chicago office
of the Western Union company Is moving
along without any perceptible friction and
that while there Is not the usual rapid ser
vice, nevertheless all commercial and per
sonal messages and press dispatches are be
ing sent over tbe wires without marked de
lay, None of the old operators have as
yet reported back for duty, but recruits
have come In tho country towns to take
their places and the old operators who had
gntio Into other lines of business here also
applied and bave been glveu situations. Ou
'Chango this morning there was a disinclin
ation to engage In trading but little business
being transacted during the early hours.
The strikers here thus far display (Jrmness
In their determination to stand out for a
considerable period, and express a belief
that the company will have to accede to
Cincinnati, o., July 20. -The Western
Union office hat received a number of more
operators to-day and business Is bolng for
warded as fast as It is received to all points
not crippled. Two of luc strikers havo
made application for reinstatement. No
action has yet been taken In their
cases. Tho strikers matntalu excellent de
portment. Thoy continue active In trying
lo persuade tho working operator to 'join
The striking operators have an arrango
ment to receive telegraphic news from New
York and are holding a continuous secret
session at their headquarters.
At llarlfortt, fossil.
lUitrroitD, Conn.. Julv 30. rim tnir.
graph operators' position remains nrac
tlcully tincbatured. Onlv tin IIIHIlitirar anil
chltM operator are In attendance. Tbe rail
road official teftue to do Western Union
h .. At I'Htsirt.
l'meBVUM, tHy.-Tbere Is no ma
erlal change lu tfc strike situation tbU
ornlug. Tbe Weetern Uulon had thirty
two operators at w k lu the main ottko
an I outside. There was some little delay
with way business. KverytWngl moving
along ojiUaiootblr. AH the I ranch of
fices exiting tb oil exeban re are elosed.
Tne Baltimore and Ohio are working along
slowly with three men, while tbe Mutual
Union and American Rapid are still rtfus
PrvlBt. B. I.
PHOViPaNC, R. I., July80.-The situa
tion In telegraph circles remains unchanged.
Both tho Weatern Union and American
Rapid offices are working with full forcea
with tho exception ot one man in the Rapid
offloe who was discharged for refusing to
go to wrk In tbe company's office In New
f r At Wraier, Mass, '
Wot CBstkr, Mass., July .-Tbe tele
graph operators are still absent and firm.
Tbe Western Union manager is alone in the
office, save the reinforcement of one lady
who applied this morning and was set tt)
At HpriMsrttaltf, sliaaa.
Spw.vgfikld, Mass.. July 30. The tele
graph situation remains unchanged with the
exception of the addition of two operators
from country to the force of strikers.
The strikers remain Irrn.
THE GREAT RIFLE MATCH.
Details of the Shooting it Wimb'edon
American Team the Victor,
Wimbledon, July 20. Tbe middle squad
of tbe Americaus shoot witb Remington ri
fles. The others uel Brown rifles. Tbe
Americans oy tholr firing was slow, Many
of the BritisD volunteers noticed tbat a
number of the Americans shot with the
thumb under the trigger guard. The flrlnar
will be resumed at 2:30 o'clock. The two
teams finished firing at 200 yards within a
few seconds of each other. Although tbe
Americans were ahead they expressed an
opinion that they otf.'ht to bave done bet
ter. Tbe English account for their Inferior
. ;ore by saying they are not accustomed te
fire at 200 yards standing.
The following is the score at 200 yards
W. Scott 23
Pea roe ..27
Goodsal . .
Whsn the shoetlng was restimed It was
raining heavily. .The following Is tbe score
at 500 yards :
W. .scott 27
S. !-COtt 30
Van Heusen 32
In firing at WO yards soui of the British
team anl Hlnman. of the Americans, in a do
tbirir-five, each of the highest possi
ble score. Iods, of tiie English
rinVtneii, In his second shot at this range
made four en the wrong target, and he was
credited with a "miss, " the first In tbe
AT SIX HS DIIK1) YARDS.
The total scores at the 600 yards range
This makes a grand toul of 1,073
for the American, and 1,070 for tbe Brit
ish. The fnrner has thus eight points
ahead on the day 't shooting at the three
McVlitie started badly at 600 yards. He
made "niazpics" in his first two shots.
Tho rain ceased falling soon after the tiring
at this range begun. Dolan, at his sixth
shot At &0 yards made a bull's-eye on the
wrong target. He was thus credited with
amiss. Van Heusen's last shot at COO
yards was a miss. The Americans are hold
ing their own.
Tbe following are tbe grand total at the
200 yard 3.V.'
500 yanls Sort
900 yards 300
20 yards 840
f 0 1 yards 878
W0 yards 34
London. July 20. Tbe amount of bul
lion gone Into tbe Bank of England on bal
ance is 22,000.
OKK TO MAURITIUS.
The corvette Frolic, now at Chatham, ;has
been ordered to Mauritius.
The Times' correspondent at Paris says
there Ii every appearance that the differ
ences between France and England will bo
The Standard's correspondent Berlin
auerts that the English and French cabinets
have arrived at an amicable unders'andlng
concerning the Tatnaiave trouble.
The European powers are Increasing
quarantine regulations against per
sons, goods mid vessels from Egypt
owing to tbe prevalence of tbe cholera
A ailK Fnllare.
Portland, Me., July 20. -A meeting
of the creditors of Thlnney A Jackson, Cu
ba and West Indl merchants, recently
failed, was bold to-day. The disaster of
the tlrm Is attributed to the speculations of'
William it. i-uinney, one of the partners,
who used over t) 100,000 of the llrm s money
and securities and lost it all. The assets are
mttsily merchandise and balance due on ac
coiiuts largely In Cuba. Tbo amount is
nominally $236,000. Liabilities about $317,
ooo. Counting out liabilities 177,000. A
committee was appointed to Investigate
Ch-aing at Thief.
Jacksonville, III., July 20. -Just east
'of the city a thief stole a horse, bridle and
saddle from Coo Hurloy night neforo last.
He also stole fifteen head ot cattle from a
pasture and started to drive them away,
He was met by Hurley and thero wu an ex
citing obase for some distance. Then tho
horse wu turned loose In the woods and
the thief took to the brush on foot. At
last aeeeeutu ke had ' beco
Wife K order and a Colored Brute Butter
for Their Crimea.
Canton, O.. July 20. George McMil
lan, tbe wife murderer, was hanged here
to-day, Th) trap was sprung at 11:15 a. m.
Hadled without a struggle, tbo neck being
broken. He wa limp and lacryniose on
the scaffnW, begging his friends to pray for
him and for bio murdered wife and chil
dren. He had an affecting Interview with
his four little children abont an hour before
tbe execution. His last words were thai
bis late, statements were true and tbat ho
should die Innocently, sacrificed by ale
father anil mother and a woman of bad
DIED ON THE SCAFFOLD.
Cincinnati, July 20. -A Tlroe-Slar
special from Lexington, Ky., says: David
Timberlake, colored, was hanged at noon
for an assault on Maggie Lawson, . colored,
a girl ti his years old. He made a' nominal
confession, claiming that tho girl herself
wm not Innocent. '
A Unman Ifetaatroaltjr.
New York, July 30.-Oreat excite
ment prevails In tbe neighborhood of
No. 36 Mulberry street over tbe birth ot
a curious child. Tbo mormtroslty is a
double child, and the head is very large
and Mat, the front face looking some
what like a Jelly fish, although the nose,
eyes and mouth are clearly defined.
Where the back of the head should be Is
another face, but not nearly so well de
fined. Tbo four arms Interwine. The
shoulders on each body are perfect, but
thu stomachs are joined more than bait
way down. There the bodies again sepa
rato and each assumes Its individuality, the
sex, both being males being well defined.
The legs aud feet are perfect, and on all
thu bands and feet are the regular number
of ringers and toes. It weighs about four
and a half pounds. Tbe father-of the mon
strosity U an Italian day laborer named
Jean Antonl. He has been married two
years and his wife bad no children be
fore this. Tbe curious creature breathed
for a few minutes after its birth. The fa
ther has given it to an Italian who keeps a
beer saloon and restaurant In Mulberry
street, and it will be preserved Id a bottle
and kept on exhibition in the saloon.
t Mlnrea of the Wevku
New York, July 20. Tbe business fail
ures throughout the United States and Can
ada during the last .seven days, am re
ported to H. O. Dunn k Co., of the Mer
cantile agency, number 168, as compared
with 1"9 last week. Tbey are distributed
as follows: New England States 15; Middle
l"; Southern 17; Western 53; Pacific States
and Territories 2ii; Canada and provinces
28: and New York citv 10.
Tkisrk Haute, Iud., July 20. John
Williams, known as "Coal Oil Johuny," a
bunko man, was found lu ja bouse of bad
repute In company with an Inmate at five
o'clock this morning by his wife, who shot
him dead. The woman had been bunting
him at other places for several hours before.
She left tbe house immediately after the
shooting and gave herself up to tbe police.
Harder at MPlcatse.
5 Cincinnati, July 20. At a plculo ot the
Oerman Methodist Episcopal chureo at
grove hvej miles south of Newport Otto
Hagan unarrcled with a boy of eighteen
named (ieorge Ncin. pursued blm to tbe
edge of the river, stabbed him to death, and
PniSRLRO, Pa., July 20. The Man
chester Iron and Steel company (capital
stock, .V),000) made an asxignment to W.
W, Martin, of Allegheny City, and Henry
Stanton, of New York.
JULY 20, 1883.
CATTLE Stror.g. Exports, $5 Ii
(a lo; good to cbosee shipping, $6 80
fa.') 7.': common to fair, $4 tiOiaVi 20.
HotiS Fairly active, firm and SOlOe
higher. Light $o 6oao 25; mixed packing
$5 lo'dj W; heavy packing and shipping,
5 45rai5 00.
CATTLE Export steers $3 85ra?00; good
to heavy do ib 35f33 75; light to fair $-l'8.0
5 10; common to medium $4 40t4 !v; fair
to good Colorado $405 50; southwest 3 76
Cd S5; corn-fed Texans$4 20ri5 25; light to
gootl stockers f 1 50f3 75; fair to good feed
ers $3 S.Vr4 20; common to choice native
cow-und heifers $3 2&f4 25; scaiaawags of
anykimt $2 75fc3.
SHEEP Common, medium and light
$2 25ro.i 40; fair to good $3 50f33 75; prime
$35rcf4 40; fair to good Texans $2 603
JIOOS Active at strong pncs, light
weights selling at $5 OOfSO, bulk at IS 80;
good mixed packing and hcavv shippers
bringing &5 0565 35, and butcheas $6 40
WHEAT Higher; closing at S103K;
$1 05 August; $1 07 September; fl 07 Oc
tober: 1 07.'t a November; il 02 year.
COKN-HIghor; 61 V July; 61 Auirust:
61 September; 50.' October; 46 V year.
OATS Higher; 34!,- July; 28 August:
27 S September; 27V year.
WHEAT rnst'ltled. closing at $1 08H
July; tl QlCd'i August; $1 09 K Septem
ber; ti il H October; 41 12 November:
$1 OtiV year.
I 'I ,1) V - hi,rrinrAi-.aA i I b IiiIm till A 11 ,. a , .
,, -11.1- .jiiuii(.i . iw -ivui; ,111 AUjUll i
47V September; 47X October; 42
year; 44 Mav.
OATS-Hetter; 35 July; 2GX August;
WHEAT August l I6S'; September
$1 IN October $1 Id'im 20.
CORN August 00 V; September 61X;
oATS-Au'ust 37.V; September 85 X:
October 62 W 02 S.
B LITTER We quote: Creamery at 19d20
for choice to fancy, to 21 for selections.
Dairy at 15ral7 for choice to fanoy, and
IS for selections; fair to good 10faU2; com
mon SfaMO. Country parkod Unchanged;
receipts and demand both small; quote
selected OWlO, medium 6&&, low grade
Pol'LTRY Spring chickens dead and
dull and easier; mostot the sales were at
$1 dwtfl 76, but very small not salable
over tltol 25. and the largest at $2. Old
chickens steady at $3Tri3 25 for cocks, $3 &0O
A 75 for mixed, and $ for hens. Spring
ducks fair salo at $2 50(0)2 75.
EW(iS O,ulot and easy at Ho candied all
receipts run bid, sales can only be effected
when subject to candling, i
Country markets shad higher. Weather
In England tinssettlod. Mixed American
corn tarrlre declined fed. Spot wheat quiet;
No. 2 spring 8s Id; western winter Bs:
Western corn qnlet at 6s 8U. Demand
from kingdom aud continent not much
doing In wheat and corn. Keeelpta wheat
past week 401,000 , f which ,W,0U
were A merle-
cf the universal success of
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I have been a gr-at sufferer from
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rjMIE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo,. Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Uankiuff Bunine
JNTEKI'IUSE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
T1IOH, V. IIAIalUA ,
OA 1UO, ILLINOIS.
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Egyptian Flouring Mills
HIirhMt Cash Price Paid for WbMf.
PROPRIETOR OF SPKOAT'fl PATENT
WhoIOHolo Dealer in Ioe.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WILX
PACKED FOR 8IIIPPINQ
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