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Impurity of thr
llluoil, Iv:r and
ami all Diseases
rauKi'd lir De
rangement of Llvr, Itowels and Kidney.
SYMPTOMS OP A DISEASED MVBR.
Itad Breath; J'ain In the Siilc, sometimes the
pain it felt under the Shoulder-Hade, mistakes for
Rheumatism; general lota of aelite; Howell
(enerally costive, sometimes sllrnutinft with lax;
the head it troubled with pain, it dull aud heavy,
with considerable lou of memory, accompanied
with a painful sensation of leaving undone something
which ought to have been done; a tl gM, drycoiiHii
and Rushed face ia nmriirmi an attendant, often
mistaken for consumption; the p.iiirnt complaint
of weariness and dehihiy; nervous, easily startled;
ieel cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation
of the skin esii; ..pirni are low and despondent,
and, although satisfied tint ej,err ise would lie liene.
ficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it in fact, (intrusts every n-itu ly Several
of the alxive symptoms attend tie discac, but case
have occurred hen but f w of ili'in existed, yel
esamirution after death has slicwu the Liver to
have been eslcntivcly deranged.
It fhiiuld be used by all persons, old aad
young, whenever any of the silx.ve
Person Traveling nr Living In Vn
health Localities, by taiiitij! a dive onasiurv.
ally to keep the l-er in healthy jciion, will avoid
all Malaria, Milium attacks, liiiaes, Nau
tea, drowsiness, iepressi-n of Spirits, etc. It
will Invigorate like a glass of wine, hut Is no lu
If Tou have eaten anything hard of
digestion, or frel heavy after meals, or sleep
lea at night, tale a dose and you will be relieved.
Time and Doctor' llllla will he saved
by ulway keeping the Itegulator
in the House t
for, whatever the ailment may he, a thoroughly
safe purgative, alterative end tonic can
never De out of place. The remedy is liarnilr-M
and does not Interfere with business ur
IT IS 1TRKLV VKfiKTAHI.E,
And has all the power an I emci y of I ..lorrel or
Qumine, without any of the injurieis after effects.
A Kvernor Testimony.
Simmons l.iver krg-iUtnr ha-, ie-en in use in my
fanu.y for s'me time, and I .mi saiisiied ills a
valuable addition to the mednjl science.
J Oil bMogruK, ioverivir of Ala.
lion. Alexander If. Ktrplieim, of fia.,
says: Have derived seme U-m fit from the use of
Simmons l.iver Regulator, and vvuh to give it a
"The only Thing that never falls to
Relieve." I have used nuny n-iaei.ies lor Dys
pepsia, Liver Aflction and lieUlity, but never
have found anything to benefit me to the esient
Simmons Liver Regulator lias. 1 sent from Mm
aeaota to Georgia for it, and would snd 'urthcr for
such a medicine, and would advise all v. hi are sim
ilarly affected to give it a irul as it seems the only
thing that never fails to rdi'.te
V. M. Janns-v, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. Vf. Maon says: rVrni atrial ti
penence in the us of Simrn irs l.iver Keguiatur in
my practice I have been and am satisfied to use
and prescribe it aa a purgative medicine.
aWTalee only lha Genuine, which always
bas on the Wrapper the red 1. Trade-Mark
and Signature of .1. II. HI. IN Si CO.
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Heailnrh". NTvoni Prtw'ratinn rniiMnl liytheiiKt
of alrohl nr tolwcro, Wakfiiln. MfiiUil JM
preiwioii, rviftetiintr of the Urain nttltin in in
smty and l-dinK to mieery. lx;ny and f'eth.
Fremntr.re Old Ak. liHrn.-niuna. of power
in eith'T aox, Invtiluntary I-ommh and rrmt
orrhcra ciiuned iiynver-'X"rtioii t'f the brum, af-lf
abaM or nver-iiiduleencn. Kaeh Ikh rniifm
one month's tntninU fl.lna U.i.or hi Ihwi
(url-Uii.Miitbymail prepuidon rwei ;it ol pnee.
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To cure any caw. With enoh order nTpived by w
for ix boxea. nrctinijtniel with 'i.(H we will
aendthepurebaheroiir vrTitten (juijrtintee to re
fund the money if the tnwtinont doea noteHuut
cure. OuaraiiUtiB issued only by
IIARJtY W. SCIIUII,
Drttditit, Cor. Commercial live. A 18lb at.. Cairo.
Q.EOHGE II. LEACU, M.l).
PHYSICIAN A SUIIGE(N.
Kneel al attention raid to the Ilime nathlr; (rent-
men t of anriflcil diuac, und dlaeasts of nunu'D
OFr'ICR On 14'h ulrvet, opprntn Hie 1'o't
office, Cairo, 111
JJK. J. E. STRONG,
rioincBbpatlii.i, - vlvv
123 Coiniuprcial Ave , Cairo, III.
VA.1'011, ELECTRO VAl'Olt a.su MEDICATED
A lady to attoudance,
JU. W. C. .IOCELYN,
D K N T 1ST.
0FF1CK Klt'dh Ktreet. near Coma erclal Avwnoa
II. E W. WUITLOCK,
Ofnua-No. IS Commercial Avenue, between
itirrt'.i and NH.lh Htreet
Shop on Haillday Xvomi". n'1", "ur
Ulxth Htnets, Citlro, lllluoU.
MTAII kind nt llftlit and hoavy hlackamlililtiir,
waaon and carriage work done In the miirt work
aaanllke manner " Home-alioolng a specially and
Mtlfactlon guaraiitoed ,
a.- 1 , " u
A BOLD FRONT
Still Preiented by Both Parties to the
The Effect Noticeable in the Lack of
General News -Statement of St,
, Lonis Strikers The Situation
Eluewhere-Both Sides Con
couragement. St. I,frrm, July 21. -To-day
no practinl chitnirR lias occurred in tbc
Htattia oftlif! airike. As umuI In tbnopen
days of aucb vonteaU bulb alilon are at
prraent confident of Hiiccfss, and eauh
potnu o confidently to what scfins salis-
f-tory evidence of 1U claim tbut the re
ault la only the bewilderment of 'he aearch
er after the fit;U In the case. The feature
of tbe atrike thla mornlnr waa tbe Uroni;
feeling wblch ww present on 'Change
agalimt the Weatern Union company'a man
agera for tbelr aecond failure to supply the
working force which they bad promlned.
Teaterdaythe nierabera of the Exchange,
dealroui of aliatalning from partlaan feeling
were noa-commlttal In their expressions, of
opinion, but to-day they are outspoken In
their critlclama. They are not unmindful
of tbe fact (hat tbe morning nevrapapera bad
excellent aervlce laat uleht, and they were
very anxious, to know whether they
were not poeaed f equal rlgbta aa tbe
A committee of the Brotherhood of Tele
grapher requeued that tbey be permitted
to make their own aUtement of tbe alrike to
tbe public. Tbey aay:
"In order to Intelligently place ourselves1
before tbe public, tbe following ia milium
ted: The newapapera aublUb In dlt-play
type tbe headings 'The Western Uunloo
Not Crippled to agy Degree,' Tbe Opera
tore' Placca Filled,' and many otbera of
Tbeae atateme-nU all emanate from but
one aource tbe telegraph companies.
Tbey are given all tbe apace they want, and
tbua utilize it to deceive tbt public and to
induce weakneas in our ranks. The notices
pouted in all offices 'All buslnem received
uhjeot to delay and mailing en route,'
abow ail reports 10 tbe contrary notwlth
atanding that tbe telegraph companies are
mailing all business, and tbe public Is pay
ing fnll telegraphic rates under the delu
sion that the aervlce Is good, tfen are
pressed into service who have not worked
at It for years, and were never an 7 good as
telegraphers. Manager Brown, sending
preai. Superintendent C. W. Ilamnjond,
receiving pre, Superintendent Baker,
working wires, should convince all that
tbey are simply paralyzed.
"The scabbing force cona lata of a half
dozen operator, a half dozen more super
annuated chief a (wbo were made chiefs
solely hecauae they weren't fit for any
thing elee), and twenty-five college gradu
ate wbo can't do as much work in one
hour as a common operator can in five
minutes. It la sheer noonense to suppose
tbU force can render proper service.
Maoaeer Brow n asaured tbe merchants of a
full force on 'Change tbe morning of July
10, and upon that date oue solitary woro
out scab appeared at tbe grand entrance of
lb Charabec.of Comm'-rce. Alone all day
he represented tbe talented force of thirty
Itrtetiy first-class telegraphers wbo walked
down tbe grand vtaircaae tbe day previous.
The force of scabs In tbe main office Dum
ber thirty-five, replacing tbe magnificent
force of 200 operator who responded to tbe
signal at noon on the 19th Inat. This fs the
truth, which the preas will not give us
space to publish to tbe public, wbo are our
friends. Tbe assertion that tbe rumor of
Gen. Grant'a death was our strike signal. ia
limply a concoction of onr enemies."
Not a single Chicago quotation was re
ceived during the entire morning. The
reason for this waa that tbe telegraph
market report operators of tbe Chicago ex
change bad struck duty, but even If they
bad not done so It ia difficult to understand
how the force on hand could have done the
work. The only point from which reports
were being received were .New York and
Milwaukee, but these were coming so
irregularly that the merchant
did not rely upon them. The
feeling was very freely expressed that
tbe Exchange could not and would not
stand tbia sort of thing, and even the most
conservative of tbe member held that the
Exchange demand a rebate on the Western
Unlon'a bill for services rendered. TbU Is
the day upon which that company Mnds In
its little bill to tbe Exchange, and it is
probable that the account tendered will be
dirtied to the contpany with a polite note,
reiu- ! '.,Vf Its payment Is rcfusod unless
stating Ui.;, n,de for the lack of service
S?S2 t&tituit the pat few days.
Tbe Exchange baa a con
tract by which they pay $143 a
w ek for all service rendered outside of
that from Baltimore, for which they pay
$40 a month, tbe whole amounting to about
tOCO a month and they think that for such a
large amount of money they ougbt to be
al-le to enjoy uninterrupted communication
with the other buslnesa centers. Delays of
telegram were also complained of, and the
fact wa cited that yesterday' opening
market at ftetrolt wa not received here un
til this morning, while other private
dlspatcbe were six, twelve or elgbteecn
F.dlaon on the Nirik.
Nkw Yoke, July 21. Mr. Thomas A.
Edison, the well-known electrician, wa
found smoking and chatting with some
friend in bli office at No. tio Fifth avenue.
"What do you think of tho atrike of tbe
telegraphers?" the reporter asked.
"I think It will succeed," bo repllod;
"I bope it will, at any rate. My sympathy Is
with the strikers. I was for eight or nine
years a telegraph operator, and I know
wbat thejwork Is. I used to got (105 a
month about fourteen . years ago.
A man wbo run a first
class wire ougbt to earn $100
a month. Tho longer the men are In tbe
business the more effioicut thoy become.
I have not written a letter stating that I
would assist the telegraph operators on a
strike, but If tuey set up and come to me
I will willingly aid them. I believe they
should be encouraged. Tbe refusal of the
telegraph companies to accede to the da
mands of th operators is a blow at skilled
mental labor. Why toe operators didn't
get aa naMfi pay a tmiutsarj wtehaafeta
'I hey ought to get fifteen per cent, more
"Can the c tnpanles secure skilled oper
ators to fill the 1 laces of the strlkt r effl
"No, they cannot. There are no idle
.killed operators able 0 do the work prop
erly. There are skilled operators In more
lucrative employment, and tbey will not,
tin refoie, leave them te take the place i f
any of lb ! strikers. Only a few operators
of any kind were Idle at the time of the
str'ke, and these were Incompetent. Not
one in len of tbe learners of telegraphy
could lake the place of the strikers, "
"Will tbe telegraph company lose any
thin? by putting In inferior menr"
"Certainly they will. Inferior men
ran'l do the work that has been done by
the striking operators. Why, I'v een
proof of this to-day, in a dispatch wblcb I
received. H was full of blunders. This
will be tb trouble with all dispatches sent
by new or unskilled operators."
"Do you think tbe strikers will be Tie
torioiis?" "I think they will; for they re hicked
up by labor organizations which will
SMpport them for some time. They
receive tn cents a week from 800,0X)
members of the Rrotherhood
In the country, This, with wbat
the strikers hav. inved, will en
able them to stand out a long time. The
operators have been preparing for tbe
strike. It wa now or never with them,
and they all came to the conclusion that now
was the best time to strike a blow for
higher wages. Tbe striker are led by men
of good Judgment, and this ia great thing
in their favor. I think the strike will
spread." said Mr. Edlion, in conclusion;
"a g(eat many laboring men get enthused
over a strike and i'. becomes contagious."
Chicago, July 21. Tbe Chicago officials
of the Western Union In this city report
continued satisfaction with tbe condition of
aff airs this morning. A good working force
reported for day duty and all the measages
are being worked off expeditiously. Col.
( iovryreports an Improved condition of
nff;ilrs throughout tbe entire western dis
trict. Some difficulty is being experienced
throughout the northwestern circuit, grow
ing out of sitnoipheric interruptions. A
new local difficulty wi encountered lo-day
x tbe failure of 11 emplo yes of tbe com
pany, who were made new member of the
Brotherhood. Some of them came here for
the purpose of going to work, but were
pertiadcd to Join the striker. Only nieigre
market report have been1 received, which
caii-es considerable in convenience to the
mercantile community, and many com
plaints are beard. Threats of suits against
the Western Union Telegraph company
are freely discussed, although no definite
action ha yet been taken. Manager
Howard come downstairs this morning
the fir-t time he bis left the operating room
since Thursday noon, lie says be Is re
ceiving many applications from operators
in interior point asking for work.
Tbe Nliikera Orsratnlae.
Nkw York, July 21. The executive
eomuiittee of the Brotherhood of Tele
graphers met this morning. Minor M.
Davis was elected chairman and A. A.
Orf nth, secretary. After a canvas of the
subject from all Its stand-point it wa de
cided to prepare tome systematic and
regular method of procedure, and to thla
end the following committee were ap
pointed: On finance and relief, A. H.
Seymour, P. J. Morriaon. S. A. Cole
111:111, Alfred Dillon and Win, Taylor. On
intelligence, Clarence A. Stimpson, Chas.
M. Jansen and A. J. Vayer. On law and
order, Chariea Matthias fand Frank Rey
nolds. Tbe skirmishing committee aa ap
pointed consist of E. F. Barberie and E.
F. Welh, of tbe WetemUnlon, and P. J.
Smith, of tbe Fire alarm service.
AS r irsciniusH.
CisciNNsTi, July ST. Supt. Miller, of
this ortice, says be bas obtained tbe service
of xeteral good operators and sent away
some of thoae shown to be Incompetent.
Since be U working the reduced foree, in
order to give the men sufficient ret, the
regular night report from Chicago are not
Thai Laval Big failure-
New York, July SI. Tbe dry gods
trade wa startled yesterday by the report
of tbe failure of E. W. Ilolbrook Co., of
M Leonard street, one of tbe beat known
houses in the trade. The report was con
firmed later in tbe day by the official as
signment of the firm, which was filed in the
County Clerk's office. The members of
the fiim. Edwin Vf. Holbrook, Kdcar T.
Grant and Clarence D. Newell, made a gen
eral assignment to Benjamin Dunning, one
of tbe directors of the City bank, giving
preferences as follows: National City hank,
130,000; Aaron H. Wellington, $18,195;
Orlando M, Bog art Co.. $10,000: John
Collin- A Son. $0,017 32; total, JW7.212 32;
a I confidential debts for borrowed money.
From friends of Mr. Holbrook we learn that
the liabilities were about JTVI.OOO of which
J.ViO.ono w as on notes, $130,000 for mrr
ehandise and about $70,000 of confidential
debts, the latter being secured. The bulk
of tbe indebtedness Is to banks, who held
the firm's notes, which sold readily on the
"street" at low rates, ai the firm was up
posed to be worth from $2.V). 000 to $500,
000. The failure Is attributed to losses In
running the three cotton mills, in which tbe
money sunk Is believed to have been not
far from $.150,000. It Is also said that Mr.
Holbrook has made losses In stock specula
tions. One of the stories in circulation la
to the effect that he had lost $500,000 In Wall
Met ollongb, tbe TragedUs, Belter.
Nkw York, July 31. It is authoritative
ly announced to-day that John McCullougu,
the eminent tragedian, w ill not be lost to
the stage next season. Since hi return
from the West bis health baa so far Improv
ed that he is ss vlgorou s and effective as
ever, and tho determination Id cancel all
dates for next season has beet) definitely
reconsidered and all engagement will be
fulfilled according to programme. Mr.
McCullough will 1 einaln In the Eaat until
August 14, In company with his friend,
tieneral Carson, of Hannibal, Mo., and his
manager, Win. Conner, when he will de
part for Denver, Col., where bo will open
the season, supported bv his excellent com
pany. Mr. McCullough's health Is alrooat
fully restored, and greater success than
ever await bis efforts next season.
Tlewa of I be Proa.
Nkw York, July 21. -Tho Herald, com
iinytitlngon the telegraph strike, savs: "We
do not think It wise In such corporations,
by over-haughty and supercilious conduct
towards tbelr servants, to hasten the raising
of the Issue between wages and water which
Is sure to come up some day. Our advice
to the managers of the Western Union com
pany Is to come to term, with tbelr striking;
servant aaoa aa peaalbl.''
THE GREAT RIFLE MATCH.
Tha English the Winners at Long Range
The Scores tt 800, 900 and 1,000
Yards Other Foreign Newt.
Wimii.idon, July 21. -At 11:45 a. ro
ths match again opened with tiring at he
800 yards range. Young, of the KrliUb
team, fired first and made a "magpie,"
Lowe, of tbe British team, and Cash, of
tbe American team, both made "misses"
on first shot. At the sixteenth shot the
scoring of the ttams wa level. Both sides
seem to have got the proper elevation. At
the end of tha fourth round the Americans
were twelve ahead on to-day's shooting, A
thunderstorm wa then raging. I'earae,
of the British team, missed in his sixth
shot. Smith made the first bull's-eye for
the Americans. McVlttte, of tho British
team, missed his first shot. At 1 p. ra. tho
firing at tbe 800 range was completed and
tbe reault 1 a good victory for tbe visiting
riflemen. Tbey scored 346 points while tbe
British made but 33.
is tbe score at 800
The Americans are now 24 point ahead.
The American team 'a aggregate score at
the end of SO0 yards is 1,424; English
BAD FOR TI1K AMKRICANS.
Wimbi.kdon, July 21. The attendance
of spectators is much larger than this morn
ing. Tbe British attribute tb fact of their
being so far behind to their not having rest
ed enough, aa tbey have been firing with
all torts of lilies at tbe various ranges up to
the day previous to tbis match. Pearce
and Lowe, of tbe British team, both missed
on the first shot. The first shot of Smith,
of the American team, wo a ricochet,
being equivalent to a miss. At 2:30 p. m.,
the shooting at 900 yards had been com
pleted, and I be result wa a substantial
gain for the British riflemen, wbo scored
IT.iT against 263 for tbe Americans: Tbe
following ia tbe detailed score at IKK) yards;
W. Scott 20
S. Scott 'IS
IM an 'J
Van Heusen 24
Total Mil Total..
Lieutenant Walter Scott, of the Ameri
cans, missed on the second shot at U00
yard. At that time tho rain was again
falling. At 4 p. m. at tb completion of
the third round in that stage the Americans
led by fourteen points. At the end of the
fourth round there was a tie in grand to
tals. Hinman, tbe American, missed 011 the
fourth shot and Lieutenant Walter Scott
scored another miss.
The aggregate at tbe end of the 900 yards
shoot is, Americans 1,6X7; British, 1,6117.
Bull, the American, missed on bis third
shot at 900 yards and Smitb. tbe American,
missed on bis fourth shot. Smith chal
lenged tbe decision as to bis shot, but It was
confirmed. Joiner also missed on tbe
fourth shot. At this time tbe raiu bad
THE LAST SHOOT.
Firing at tbe 1,000 yards range began.
Young, of the British team, and Smitb, of
tbe American, missed tbe first shots. Ii:iin
began again, falling heavily. Dolan, Pol
lard and llinman, of tbe Americans, aUo
misaed on the firstround, thus giving five
misses 00 that round by the Americans.
Young, of the British, missed three times
running. During all this time rain was
falling in torrent, and tbe shooting on both
sides was very bad. Tbe Americans im
proved In their firing a the shooting In it
final stages pregreased. Tbe British also
improved and bad made four bull's-eyes at
the end of the second round. At the 1,000
yards rang tbe British were leading by
twenty-one points on a grand total. Firing
at 1,000 yards range wa as follows:
200 yard 2
BOO yards 31)0
MU yards 34H
tM vards 2tl3
1,0(0 yards 219
200 yards 340
500 yards 37ti
m vards 354
S00 yards 330
IHIO yards 2117
1,000 yards 254
Alexandria, July 21. There were seven
deaths from cholera at Damlettu yesterday,
23 at Mansurab, 14 at Cboubar. 12 at Sania
nud, 44 at Cblrbtti, 28 at (ihlzcb, 14U at
Cairo and 20 at eight small villages.
THIS TERRIBLE SCOURGE.
London, July 21. The Cairo corres
pondent of tbe Central News Agency says
that tbe actual number of deaths during tbe
last twenty four hours was nearly six hun
dred, and that the official figures under
estimate the number of fatalities. Tbe cor
don around Alexandria bas been moved
neurcr the city, Cases of cholera are re
ported In the places which have not hitherto
been affected by the disease.
Alexandria, July 21. Quarantine bas
been abolished throughout Egypt, except at
this oily and In the province of Fayoan,
where It Is maintained at the request of Sir
Edward Malet, British Consul General.
The revised list of deaths at Cairo Friday
gives tho number at two hundred and
ninety-two. Among the victims were four
ClTT or Mfexico, July 31. It Is reported
on good authority that th English debt is
not settled. The President bas not
authorized tbe official signing of the agree
tnent made at London. Tbe government
and hoodssosden' ssssiatiltlee are stUI 117111;
to make the agreement conform to the
authorization granted the President by
Congress. If a definite settlement cannot
be made the matter will be submitted to
Congress In September.
It U reported that the Franco-Egyptian
bank of Pari offer to place tbe loan of
Ift.fsw.OOO for the Mexican government K
the government authorised the operation.
Paris, July 21. Sir Charles IMvcrs bas
left here for London. He had an audience
with l.e Lesseps last evening, relative to the
Sue canal agreement, which, it Is under
stood bas been modified.
London, July 21. The Lord Mayor
will entertain tbo American rifle learn at
luncheon at tho Mansion house next Tues
day. A Herloaa ".boot lag.
East St. Louis, III., July 21. At
about 3 o'clock this morning watchman
McLean of th B. A O. Telegraph company
reached his station about half a mile north
of the Relay depot. Two men were era
ployed there to watch tbe wires during tbe
night anil McLean relieve them at tbe
hour above named. He saw three men
lurking behind some freight cars standing
on the Wabash track. McLean got up on
one. of tbe cars to see wbat the men
were doing, and was promptly
greeted by a ptstol (hot which
struck his left arm below tbe elbow. He
called jut to tbe men for Ood's sake not to
shoot again, aa be wa not molesting them.
The only reply was another platol shot,
which struck bim In the back of the hand.
Then a load of buck -shot was fired,
tearlnz bis left slje fearfully. It wa
nearly 4 o'clock when employes of tbe
Wabasb road, going to their work, found
McLean lying In a helpless state. A loco
motive was brought and Dr. Wlnton was
called. He has but little bope of the man's
recovery. McLean lives In Brooklyn.
Denver' Big Jubilee.
Denver, C'ol., July 21. Camp Van
dervoort, where the annual encampment of
tbe Grand Army of the Republlo will be
held next week, Is all ready and detach
ment as tbey arrive are conducted to
'liiarters there. The advance guard of the
Pennsylvania contingent arrived yesterday.
Thieves, ptck-pocket, confidence men.
Ibree-carsi monte sharp and bunko
steerers are on hand In force, and tb po
lice are on their wit ends to know what to
do with them.
A Veaael BorratML
Boston, July 21. According to a dis
patch from Port Elizabeth, Cape of Good
Hope, tbe ship Freeman Clarke baa burn
ed to the water's edge. Part of the crew
is reported missing. Tbe American consul
at the Cape of Good Hope, Is reported to
have taken charge. Tbe ship was 1,3 X)
tous register, and was partly loaared in
Saratoga, N. Y'.. July 21. The first race
for all ages, five furlomrs, was won by
Saunterer, Force second and Pearl Jen
nings third. Time 1:03.
Tho second race, Travers' stakes, one and
three-quarter miles, wo won by Barnes,
Tennyson second. Tima8:18. These were
the only starters.
The Atlanta Constitution bas observed
symptoms indicating that the weather la fa
vorable for a Democratic wait uutll 1&8.
They say that Tabor Is dissipating bis
liunicnrfu fortune very rapidly. But not
fsster, perhaps, than It Is getting away
General Tbamas T. Eckert, the real
executive onVer of the Western Union
Telegraph company, is an Ohio man, who
began at the bottom cf the laddei, and was
once yn a country newspaper. Hi coun
tciui ce is i.f ;i i.i.vib cast and hi address
Only scvon of the northern states bold
elections which are of any importance this
fall. Tbey are Massachusetts, New Y k,
Sew Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Iowa and
Minnesota. They all vote in November,
except hlo, which vote In Oct "her. These
states all supported Garfield except New
Jersey, which barely weut for Hancock.
JULY 21, 1883.
CATTLE Export steers I'iSXaflOO; good
to heavy do 1 3of.") 75; light to fair $4 8bfl
5 10; co.nmonto medium H WH 85; fair
to good Colorado $4.') .VI; southwest $3 75
ftf4 HT,; corn-fed Texan $1 205 25; light to
good stockers $t 75; (air to good feed
ers $3 K(cH 20; common to choice native
cowhand heifers J2o(4 25; scallawags of
anv kind $2 7.VM.
HOGS Quiet but firm, with no demand.
Light Yorkers at $5 90i6. bulk at $5 90;
good mixed packing and beavv shippers
bringing $5 05iM 35, and butcb'ejs $5 U)C4
SHEEP Common, medium and light
$2 2Trcr;i 40; fair to good 3 50r3 75; prime
i Him 40; fair to good Texan $i 60O
reiir rr 1 awiii.1 ci not.
$1 06 S August; $1 OtiS ; September; $107!
October; l UTS a. JNovemner: Jl 02 year.
COUN Lower; 51 July; 5l b. August;
50V September; 50' October: 40 vear.
OATS-HlKher;34, July, 2SXb. August;
27 s September; 27 W year.
WHEAT Lower, closing at $1 03
Julv; .fl 04K August; ifl 06V Septem
ber"; Jl 08 V October; ?1 10 November;
$1 03 year.
COUN- Firm; 45 July; 46V a. August:
47'i September; 47V October; 42
year; 43 V May.
O.VTS-Lowcr; 34V July; 26K August;
BUTTEIt We quote: Creamery at 19fav30
for choice to fancy, to 21 for selections.
Dairy ut 15fa'17 for choice to fancy, and
18 for selections; fair to good 10412: com
mon bYsvli). Country packed Unchanged;
receipts and demand both small; quote
selectod Ual0, medium 6rr8, low grade
POULTRY Spring chickens dead and
dull and easier; most of the sales wore at
$1 bOrdl 75, but very small not salable
overU125. and the largest at $2. Old
chickens steady at $3(33 26 for cocks, $3 KKm
8 76 for mixed, and $4 for bens. Spring
ducks fair sale at $2 60O'J 76.
EOOS Quiet and easy at lie candled: all
receipts run,bad; sales can only be effected
when subject to candling.
Weather In England unsettled. No. S
spring, red winter and California wheat oft
coait advanoed 6d. Spot wheat tronfl
No. 2 spring 0 Id; weatern winter S Id;
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