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CAIRO, iU.lNOiX WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 25, m.
C o 1 1 ve nei
C lironlu Dliir-i-lxna,
Impurity of the
I'.Iooil, Fever and
and all Msr-asfS
ruiiHril liy De
rangement of Liver, IlowuU and Kidnfy.
BYM1TOMS OF A DISKASKI) I.1VEK.
Had Hreath; Pain In the Si te, sometimes
pain il ft It under the Sh'itilder..laile, inintalirn fur
Rheumatism; general lost of atiprttte, Dowels
generally etisuve, snietiin s aim luting witli lax;
the head i troubled with pain, is dull a.id heavy,
will, considerable loss of memory, accompanied
with a painful sensation of leaving tuul'inr something
which ought tn have limn d ine; a sliRlil, iry coiikK
and flushed face it nmel imc an atutulaiu, often
mistaken for consumption; the patient complaint
of weariness and ileliiuiy; nrrvoiii, easily surtled;
feet cold or burning, I'lmetimei a prickly sensation
of the skin enui, spirits nre low and r!.'tionlent,
and, although sat'sfiei ll..it exercise would lie liene
ficial, yet one can rurtily tutniiiufi up I Ttitude to
try it in fait, distrusts every r mi'ly. Several
of the above symptoms attend tiie disease, but caset
have occurred wnen but fw of ihm existed, yet
examination after death has shown lite l.lvwr to
have been extensively deranged.
It should be used by all persons, old aad
young, wlittnevar aujr of the above
1,1 vine In fn
hnalthy IsralitlrMt, by taknu: a '"- orraaion
ally to keep the I jver in healthy act"
i the l-iver in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria. Ililloua attacks, iJiuiik-ss, Nan-
tea. Drowsiness, tJeprnsion 01 spoils, ric. 11
will invigorate like afhss of wine, but it no In
If Ton have eaten anything bard of
dli;eatlou, or feel heavy after meals, or sleep
less at night, take a dose ami you will be relieved.
Time and Doctors' llllla will be tared
by always keepini; I ho Iti'gtilator
in the Ilinme I
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
safe pur"ve, alicr;illv ud tonic can
never ne out of place. The rem"')' is harmless
and doe. not interfere with buaioraa or
IT IS ITRFLT VK.fi ETABI.B.
And hat all the power and efficacy ot 1 alomel or
Quinine, without any of the mjurivi after effects.
A finvernor'a Testimony.
Simmons l iver k-g tlat'-r has Ix en in use in my
family for u rn? time, and 1 am satisfied it ii a
valuable addition to the medical siwni.e.
J Gill &HoltK, Governor of Ara.
Hon. Alriander II. Kretiliena, of (ia..
ays: Have derived spirit benefit from the use of
Simmons liver K-gulttcr, an j .h to give it a
'The only Thing that never fall to
Relieve." I have used nt.tiv remedies for Dys
pepsia, Liver AffccUua and lability, but never
nave found anything to benefit me tu the client
Simmons liver Regulator has. 1 sent from Mm.
asssota to Georgia for it, antl wcuM send further for
tuch a medicine, and would advise all w ho are tim
Uarly affected to give il a tri.J as it sccjnt the only
thing that never fills to rcline
P. M jANNtv. Minnenp'.lis, Minn.
Dr. T. W. Mason a:ijn: Fr-m actual ex
penence in the i.se of Suiiih-cs l.iver K'eulatur in
my practice I have been and am satisfied tu use
and prescribe it at a purgative nicdiunc.
Jji3fTake only tha Genuine, whieh always
has on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. H. ZKII.1N 4 CO.
FOR SAI.F. BY AM. DRUGGISTS
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Health is Wealth !
r ... k- UVyr'a Kriivr ivn l'KAIS TltrT.
,!r,.i...l .i-itic fur livslerm. lmi.
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HrilHrh. Nrvi.u Priratratinn raiiimj by the umi
ofalniliwl or tolMicoti, agi'TtnnoiW. .neimsi v
tlm llnun P-xiiltins in 111-
unity aiid b.ulimt ti miM-ry. d;ny and iieath,
Prematttrw Old Ak. ItarrMii.er. lt f "''
In either act. involuntary wihmw ami r-i-rm.
i.prt.n.a ...-iilaiul bv nver'Xer ti'.ll of till' lirllltl. 'll-
ahuaeor over-iiiiliilit.Miou. rauh Imx nintaina
lie nrnnt h' t nst menu t U ' n in t. ..r ai x 1m.su
(pf jaJO,ito:itby mail irrHi1on rtwiinui priw
Wai ! AKAXTKK IX ii.-r.n
To euro ritiy can. With wifh nt reootved by lit
for ai x b.X'f. acenmpanied 11th f 'J", wo will
enl the pttrrlia.eronr written miiiiHtitiHs to n.
fund the niotiey if the treatment dowtuotcllncf
cure. UuAratiteea inoueu tun) u
1IAUHY W. SCIIUII.
Dmirffial. dir. Commurcial avi. Hlh at., ('alto.
Q.KOHGE II. LEACH, M.I).
PHYSICIAN tfc SUUGEON.
Special attention paid to the II iroc puthlc treat
ment or anrmcai aiaciaea. anu uiives oi noun-u
and rhl tlren. ,
oKKIL'K (in ll:h Hlniut, oi)Ut,aitii tlio Pul-
oftlco, Cairo, Hi
U. J. E. fsTUONO,
128 Commerciiil Ave, Cairo, III.
VAI'OIl. EI.BCTHO-VAI'OK and MBDICATUl)
A lady lu attomlaucu.
R. W. C. JOCKLYN,
OKFU K R ttitft HUtiet, near Onrnr i reu' Ami ti
B W. WHITLOCK,
i)ri.ta-No. Ufl Uuaimurrlal Avolinr, hutwten
Krht'l and Nil, lb Mtreeta
u n.uiiluv Avuntid. tictwtmn rnurtb and
ouvv v" math lr,,uU' CUo llllm,U'
Itr All kinds ol light snd heavy bUeksmlililr J,
,A murk rintlU 111 til 1110'tSVOlk-
manlika manner. Hcirse-shoutiig a spocialty and
A TERRIBLE ACCIDENT.
evanty Memberi of in Excunion
Drowned to Death.
Host of the Victima Women and Chil
dren Full ParticularsA Start
ling Storj from Texas A
Big Fire at Memphis
BAtriMonr, July M. -Atnrribla dlsaatcr
occurred t Norttipoinl Tivoll, an excursion
reaort on rotapc, ten milrn from UtU city,
about ten o'clock Monday hIkM. ly which
many live were lout, tbe number beint; es
timated lielwetn nixty and wventy. The
accident nan otrcaaloned by the KiWiR away
of the centre portion of the pier, on wblcb
reral hundred peraoai were conurejated
awaiting a boat to return to tbe city. Tbe
locality Is a email bay, distant about two
milee from the Nortbpolnt lltht-bnuse. It
nu lormerly known m Holly Grove, and
wu the ftxit regular excursion plat-e fitted
up near the city about fifteen years ao,
and wu tbe moat popular reaort at thnt
time and for acveral yearn afterward. The
excumlon wu riven to Tlvoll under the
mauafemetit of tbe Mount Royal
Benefit Society of tbe Catholic
Church, of Orpu Chnttl, of which
Father Starr Ii piulor. Ai it went down
00 the barge Cockade City, tt waa towed by
the tux, Amanda Powell. Tbe barge wit
formerly an old canal boat wblcb bad been
fitted up with aeveral decks for rxcurnion
purpriaea, and uted as itucb for several
yearn. Ysulerdny tbe made three trip, the
I ant being made from tbU city between tlx
and seven o'clock in the evenlne, and
reai-bed Tivoli before ten o'clock. During
the day r-he bad taken down
AHUIT FIVE H I'.MiKKD PEH80.N8
and on ber laat trip about one hundred. A
large number of theme who weut during the
day bad remained, inUndtnz to return on
tbe latt trip. Wbeo the barge approached,
all tbuae on ihore made a nish for the end
of tbe wharf, wbleb is never! hundred fvet
Inor.snd were closely packed together at the
Kate, about twenty-five feet from the rfnu.
Impatiently awaiting admittance through
tbe est. As tbe bare came along side and
struck tbe wharf, it suddenly and without
warnlug cave way, and a large portion of
tbe crowd was precipitated iato tbe water,
whlca is about ten feet deep. Many were
able to save themselves by fleeing toward
the shore as tbe outer end of the p:cr
crumbled and fell. Darkness added to the
confusion and terror and Hole could be
dooe at once to reiu-.ua the drowning,
most of a-hora were wonxm and children.
Tbe first news of tbe disaster reached this
city a little after S o'clock tbbj morning.
wben tbe barge landed at Uendernon wharf,
bringing a number of bodies of the drowned.
Up to this hour It is said sixty-one bodis
bad been recovered.
Additions to tbe drowning disaster make
ths number sixty-five. Tbe bodies nave
been brou.'ht to the city. All except four
bare been Identified. The greater propor
tion were young ladies and children.
A Harrow r.nrape.
Jomkt, HI., July 21. Tbe Smoke coal
mine at Bialdwood. owned by tbe Kureka
company, of which A. B. Meeker, formerly
president of the Joliet Stoei company, is
president, caught on fire Saturday, and
only by rare good lu -k was the unfortunate
town saved from another mining horror.
Tbe fire broke out in the repair shop, a
frame building whieh was soon enveloped
tn flames, which spread to tbe adjacent
buildings, and tbe burning cage and tim
bers of tbe bank house were precipitated
Into the shaft. At tbe bottom tbe stables,
containing forty mules were soon in flame.
The timber props and loose coal started
next and the whole mine was on fire. At
this time, luckily, tho ono hundred miners
employed were either at tbe office drawinir
tbelr pay or at dinner, and only tbe pit bom..
X.r. Hopplcwalte, and tbe man who attends
to the stables were tn Ibe mine, and aftrr a
hard struggle they managed to reach a
separate mine with which tbe Eureka is
connected and made their way out. The
fire raged sll day Saturday and Sunday and
was only subdued Monday, Just before it
reached tbe coal vetus, three-fourths of
mile distant from tbe bottom of tbe xh;ft.
The company's total loss will hardly fall
iirt of fM.oon.
A Bemnrltavble risstl In Toast.
Oalvxston, Tex., July 24. Tbo News'
Lampasas special says; A carriage con
taining the skeletons of three grown
persons, and two cniiaren, doid sitting
upright as if In life, have been found under
a large tree near the road in Slano county,
Tbe trees were shattered by lightning. It
Is supposed tho carriage sought shelter
under tbe tree and was struck, killing tliu
horses and the Inmates, Tbe weather
beaten sppearance of the carriage and trim
mings look as tt had wen done a year or
two ago. In a small trunk is a letter ad
dressed to Jas. 0. Cbamberlaln, London,
England. Thti remains were found by a
stockman while driving cuttle, and reported
at once to tbe authorities. The pitrtles Ri o
supposed to have been tourists. The spot
where tbey were found Is very secluded and
far from any bubltallon.
Ohio Prohibition oranillle,
Columbus, July 24. Tho state conven
tion, to secure tho adoption of the proposed
prohibition amendment to tbo constitution
waiatteudcJ by liilO delegate. I)r. J. M.
Waldenwaa temporary and Hon. Mills
Gardner, ex-Congressman, permanent
chairman, whose speeches pointed to an or
ganization to which all can vote tholr re
spective party state tickets and concentrate
on the amendment.
Tbe Downing l.ftw to he Knlorred In Nl.
St. Louia, July 24. Vlco President
Ksrwln said this afternoon that under the
circumstances of Crlltanden'i letter tho
board would have nothing to do but to take
aetton on the Downing bill. Mr. Bell's
opinion could not be waited for. Tbe
board will pass an "enforcement resolu
tion." Tbe police duty will be simply to
We Information before tho Court of Crimi
nal Correction of violations of the law, and
U will be for Prosecuting Attorney Clai
borne to do the proseouting. No resigns
tioni art probable, with the possible x
sMDtloa of Dr. Luu.
A Bl ntasatsV.
Mkmphis, Tenn., July 24. A Ire otv
rui red here at 4:30 that morning. It de
al royod the stores occupied by Stewart,
tlwrnn .1 Co., Shanks k Co., F. W. Brode
& Co., and John Held, ail large concerns,
entailings lc of about $900,600. Fully
dktailh or Tna riu.
At 4:30 o'clock this morning tbe fire was
discovered In tbe rear portion of stores No.
3)i0 and 302 Shelby street, ocouplod by
Hrode&Co., comtntssiou merchants. An
alarm was promptly snot in, but before
the engines arrived the flames bad c)in
municiated to 2, WJ0 barrels of refined cot-ton-si:ed
oil, wlncb was stored In tbe cellar
and the second story of tbe building. Tbe
tirn spread rapidly and soon developed tbe
store of Stewart, (xwyone&t'o., wbok-sale
grocers, to the north, and Shanks Co.,
John Hi-id's grocery aud commission house
ou lie south. There was stored 600 barrels
of oil with Shanks A Co., which but
added Is the intense heat which pre
vented the firemen from tlgb'.lng the fire
at close quarters, and tbey could only save
tbe adjoining property. Tbe losstcs, as far
as 0'iulil bu ascertained, are: SUtwart,
(iwvntie A Co., on stock of K0,000; insured
for tMKX), In Green A Beasley agency. On
store, $l',00; insured for $12,ou0. K. A.
Brodes A Co., $2,000; Insured for $1,000.
Tbe '2,'iOQ barrels of nil lu the store owned
by the U lobe Oil Works, valued V,000,
fully iusurrd. Tbe building owned by M.
L. Meai'liam, valued atlU,00b; insured for
$;l,000. Other losses by parties having oil
in stock. Total loss about $200, 000; Insur
Demand for Strict Quarantine at
New Ohlean;, July 24. Tbe various
commercial bodies of tbe city a few days ago
adopted the following resolutions, which
Mondty night were approved by the Bosrd
of Health and forwarded to Governor McEl-
Il'-sohed, That the Board of Health be
tf(uestfd to petition the government of
Lou-iana to have all infected vessels now tn
waters near the state removed, and that be
issue his proclamation that henceforth do
ve.ael from any tufected port will be per
mitted to enter tbe waters of tbe state.
Ir. Torraente then offered tbe following
n solutions, which were unanimously adop
ted: Whereas, Tbere is great danger of
yellow fever being introduced Into New
Orleans through tbe unrestricted com
munication between Ship Island and tbe
const of the State of Mississippi, be it re
s dved that the Governor of Louisiana be re
quested to call the atu-ntlon of the Governor
of Mississippi to tbis fact, and urge hira to
take stringent measures to put a stop to
this dangerous intercoure. Be it resolved
that the general Government be requested,
through tbe proper authorities, to order
that uo communication should be held
between Ship Island and tbe Mississippi
MRS. LANGTRY'S DEPARTURE.
Interest Takensain Her Movements
Fredd' on Hand.
Kkw York, July a4.-There wu a bus
tle and excitement at the Albemarle hotel
Mondsy from morning until evening In
dicative of something out of the ordinary
l,ne at tbis, the dullest period of tbe year.
Express w.igous rattled up every hour or
so to the front door, bearing bilge boxes
and trunks labelled Mrs. Langtry, steam
ship Alaska, and which were di posited in
the entrance ball, where they were closely
scrutinized by the curious crowd. Mes
senger boys carrying mysterious bundle
went In an I out at the side door, also bear
ing packages and bundles similarly In
scribed. A constant stream of people
visited the desk, and the clerks were kept
busily employed in sending the cards
of son of the visitors up stairs, and In
forming others that Mrs. Langtry was en
gaged In preparing for her departure for
England this raornmg and could not be
seen. Mr. Gebbardt bustled out and tn
and seemed to be overweighted with com
missions and cares. Tbere were few even
of ber most intimate acquaintances sud
friends whom the departing Lily would re
ceive. Mr. Gebbardt spent an hour or two
with her In the afternoon, and then Mrs.
Landry, for the first time, sent down word
thiil slio could receive callers. To an ac
quaintance who called tossy "eood-bye,"
she said: "lam not saying farewell to
America bv any means, I shall return and
open another season in Montreal on
October i. Tbe managers . of the various
theaters and Opera-bosiset are as a rulo
good, straight-forward buwtness men, and
all I shall have to do beforehand will bo
simply to arrange for dates.
I was given an idea when I first
thought of coming here, that I must have a
manager, at leant to look after ty financial
affairs, for tbe Americans needed watching
In business matters. I have found the case
vory different. I assure you, snd I have
been treated by them In this respect as in
most others, very squarely. When asked
nbout tbo book she was said to be writing,
Mrs. Langtry liughed heartily, and said:
"What an absurd idea, lam writing no
book, and the story that I was Is a pure In
vention made out of whole cloth, like man
"How do vou Ilka Manhattan Beach?"
tbe visitor asked.
"Well, I became rather bored there to
wards the last, especially as I was sick a
week, and so for a change I took a trip In
tnv car which by the way was no new
tiling, notwithstanding all tbe fuss Hmt
bus been made about tt, for I traveled in it
all last winter. I enjof this way of travel
ing, and found quiet and rest in it. ' '
Mrs. Langtry said that on tbe whole she
bad been well treated tn America and any
adverse clamor she attributed to the (set
that when a person achieves success, he or
she is almost certain to arouse enemies, sua
to bo made the subject of attacks.
Her dress Monday afternoon is described s
exceedingly tasteful and becoming. She
wore a simply made costume of white mull
cut. very straight, and high-necked, a round
while chip bat, trimmed with forget-me-nots,
and long brown gloves. She Is some
what thinner than wften ate first csme
over. Upon calling ber attention to her
slightly tanned eomprextoa the isld:
"You so 1 am coins to take back
with me a reminder eTyoar fierce sun and
She expressed herMsLCaa disappointed not
to have euoyed any sorT-oatning or blue
fishing, all the mora as ahe bad been cred
ited with Indulging In tbe bath. Mr. Onb
li mit arrived ataeranjrVtock, and bidding
good-bye to llestaWall walked to Del
monlco's wltb Mmanttdlnod there with
blm and Mr. BmAuattii Boa sailed at a
early hour this moaiffisa tbe Alaska for
Uvsrpoai. SaY irafilMi east oo board!
at alne o'cleek In tbe evening, and she foU
owed thein on board at a late hour. It
was not known whether Mr. Oehhardt ac
companies ber or not, and Mrs. Lang
try would vouchsafe no lnformrttoa on the
I THE STRIKE.
Na Important Change in the Situation
A Statement from the St. Louis
from Business Men.
ST. Louis, July 24. There ha? been no
change in tbe situation of affairs since yes
terday. Some members of the Brother
hood bad an Idea that tbe railroad operators
would bo ordered out to-day, but the re
port cannot be traced to any reliable source.
Those who aro supposed to be in com
munication wltb the executive commit
tee deny that tbey will bo ordered to
quit work at present. The strikers, how
ever, in a fever of expectancy, feeling, as
they say, that the grand effort ot the
Brotherhood to bring the Western Union te
terms is liable to occur at sny moment.
That tbere Is held In obeyance a
resort tbst il Is thougla will effectual If
cripple tbe company is not denied, but
what it is or wben it will be put into effect
no one will say.
On 'Change tbere was still general dis
satisfaction. More than one member
stated that he had received a dispatch dur
ing tbe day out of which be could get no
meaning at all. lhere was considerable
talk about holding an indignation meetiif;,
and It was even stated that a petition asking
thai a meeting be called bad been signed
and presented to the directory. The Board
quotations were still very meagre. From
New York tbere were no wheat quotations
and only one on corn. At two p. m. there
was but one Baltimore quotation and two
from Milwaukee. Toledo wu pretty full
for the first time.in several days. The cable
dispatches were meagre and incomplete. A
Trice Current showing that tbe Chicago
Board of Trade bad markets much more
fully, caused considerable klekiug.
At tbesVestern Union office business, tt
is claimed, is improving daily, though not
equal to that done previous to lat Mondty.
Applications for work are still received,
aud good men and women at once em
ployed. Mr. Brown says that the company
is laboring under no difficulty here, and
that messages are received and sent with no
more than the usual delay, except to small
towns. He says bis force Is fully compe
tent to do all tho work required, and is
only sorry that other offices have not the
b. A o. orrtca.
Manager Roberts, of the B. AO,, bas not
ye, succeeded in getting an assistant, and Is
still doing bu best alone to carry on the
business of tbe office. He says that he bas
heard nothing from tbe East as to how
business is going on tbere, and don't know
wbenlhe will get any help.
AN OmCUL DOCUMENT FItOU TBS
The St. Louis Brotherhood bas issued tbe
following cituular as exemplifying their
view aud describing the situation
Brothshisooi or Telkorap
23, 188 !. )
Local Assembly 17"'
St. Louis, Mo., July 23
Brothkks and Sisters The following
is the exact situation In St. Louis: The
force consists of eleven chief operators,
four girls who refused to strike, four
"scab" male operators and seventeen male
and female students, fresh from telegraph
colleges, with no experience whatever.
Tbe force of forty-one, all told, are at
tempting to do tbe work of 200 com petctit
operators who are In tbe strike.
This foree (we are pleased to say) Insido
of six hours from the time we left the oftlco
bad succeeded In mixing matter to a degree
that would have made an angel weep, pro
Tided the celestial being had been a friend
to the Great Monopoly. Short checks,
checks not short enough, and mes
sages by the score without tbe shadow of a
It was a great day for the "cog-hog"
gang, and tbey improved the opportunity
with a vengeansjj. Tbe beautiful work
noted above was rewarded by tbe kind offi
cials in various ways. Large free lunches
for all, cigars for those who wished them,
and a free carriage ride f their sevcnl
bashcrles for tbe female artist, some of
wbom were undoubtedly enjoying a sensa
tiod new and unusual.
We are in possession ot facts which prove,
beyond doubt, that the news now being
disseminated by Western Union officials
aud Associated Press agents, relative to
weakness In tbe ranks west ot here, Is
utterly fslse snd unworthy of credence.
The officials be re are giving their college
bams and scabs tbe letters formerly used by
some of tbe mon now striking, for the pur
pose of conveying an Impression that a
number of tbe old men are still at work.
Every mn and woman that we, expected
to bse with us camo, and many who were
not connected with us came out, aud
Joining the proeessletuwent to our hall and
initiated. St. Louis is solid, satisfied and
determined, and send greeting to our
brothers and sisters throughout the land.
Stick! stick I I stick 1 1 I
Since Sunday, tho lflth Inst., thero havo
Initiated seventy-three linemen, and sixty
two operators, a number of the latter rail
road men. Each and every town and city
in the United States antl Canada, where
tbere are ten or more linemen add tele
graphers, stand as we do to-day, keeping
In mind tbe old and wholesome motto,
"United we stand, divided wo fall,"
Excepting the suporliitendcntof construc
tion and chief foreman, the entire foree of
linemen, numbering sixty-five msu, struck
with the operators, our repairers aro
darlings. The following Is at extract from
a local paper otthe lVtb:
Tho following conversation, which took
place yesterday before tho linemen liml
joined In tbe strike, between ono . of I lie
linemen superintendents aud a well-known
mechanic ot this city, may bo taken as a
truthful view of the situation, coming from
the source It did,
"My mon have not gono out as
yet," said he, "but I am ex
pecting every minute to hear that
they have quit work. I toll you the com
pany Is ruaklui a great mistake In not eon
cedlngsomothlng to these men. I know
what I am talking about. There are 24,800
operators In the United States aud Cauada,
almost ninety per cent of whom belong to
the Brotberbood, and will Hick to this de
mand. It U useless to talk of supplying
tholr pieces. It cannot be done. It takes
two or throe years' work to heeetuo an ef
fluent tolographcr, aud tbeu tbe man or
woman muss be poaeessod of a good educa
tion aud fair Intelligence. In tbe western
department ot tho company tbere ara J, 700
linemen, the great bulk ot wben ara in
isympuby with this movement. It wilt be
IteBMstMatogatr'oki wUhoattbaM men.
and the company bas Bade a great mistake)
to nut arbitrating wKh them."
"Will not tbe company we able to freeaa
out the Brotherhood V '
"Not by any means, as will be experi
enced. This movement bas not been made
thoughtlessly or on tbe impulse of tbe mo
incut, but only after mature deliberation,
and lif growu out ot what tbey deem a
com i mi hi is and still ero win; series of down
rllit impositions. Tbey are all well pre
piin-d fur tho fic'lit, and I prophesy tbe end
will bo a compromise. "
About thti time the above conversation
was being held all the linemen struck.
I Minimi. W. K. Rkcklet,
Chairman Corresponding Committee.
BYM PATHT FOR Till aTRIKRRS.
As an evidence of tlie sympathy which la
felt for the sinking telegraphers, tho fol
lowing letter is published:
IIOTKL HKI.VICDKKK IlKSTAt'tAWT., )
iSt. Louia, Mo., July i3. J
W. E. Mulford, Esq. -Dear Sir: Being
In full sympathy with tbo telegraph oper
ators, believiug the Increase of salaries asked
is a Just demand, we will offor board to any
of tbe Brotherhood during the strike atone
Yours respectfully, W. H. Lai A Co.
At New York.
Xkw Youk, July '24. Affairs at tba
Western Union company seemed to ba tn
belter condition this morning than at any
time since the strike. Over three hundred
operators were at their desks and all Im
portant lines are said to be manned. The
ouly delays in handling business this morn
ing were from points west ot Buffalo and
Pittsburg, where it was reported that con
siderable damage was 'done by storms to
the wires of the company.
Presa Comments e n the sMrlke.
New Yokk, July it. The Times says:
"The pressure upon the telegraph com
panies From within and from without, to
yield ti the demand of the operators, grows
daily harder to resist. Tbo Western Union
company Is losing i 00,000 a day by the
strike, and the public is rapidly losing
patience with It. It is a good time for Mr.
Jay Gould to lay the blame on bis wicked
partners, rebuke them and come out as the
The Herald says: "The real question
now is not between tbe pubWe and tbe
strikers, but between the pubtto aad tbe
corporation. Is the company performing
that scrvico for the public wbl by law ts
s bound to do, and to do eontinueusty astd
effectively! If it is not, if for any reason H
refuses or falls to do this, then It U violat
ing tin law of its being; it is liable
damages to any one who chooses to bring
suit. It mj even forfctt fts charter.
A i.ttx an'Dkia, July 24. -It is reported
that cholera has appeared among the British
soldiers ut the citadel in Cairo, One sol-
dier has died lu the military bovpital at
Abassicx. The RritiMi Itoyal Artillery and
the Nineteenth Hussars, stationed at Abas
ties, are preparing which are to go to Cwb-
TIIR DBA TU LIST.
London. July 24. During the twenty
tour hours ending at eight o'clock this
morning, 403 deaths are reported from
cholera at Cairo, 23 at ZilWb, 16 atTanUb,
i) at Shirbin, 13 at M.insurah, 117 at Chibln,
til at Mchallit, 15 at Qhezeh and T at Che
ban. SCKJ!, July 24. Tbe cholera has broken
out among tho soldiers of tire British
Forty-second Regiment which bus recently
arrived here from Cairo. Two members
At.i-.xASMiiA, July 24. An European
has died here from cholera. Five hun
dred deaths were reported fiom Cairo
yesiei-ihn ; .' "'e death at Ismaltla and
one at mica j .., j. day.
London. July 2. -Tbo Standard says
that the opposition in the House of Com
mons will endeavor to obtain the tlmo of
tho House on Monday and Tuesday of next
week for tho dlacussion of a motion which
will probably declare that no arraugement
for making tbe new Suex canal which rse
ognles the monopoly of Do Losscpt wlH ba
JULY 24. 1683.
' Live MtMsk.
SHEEP Common, modhitn and Wphi
W iVai.i M; fair to good $: 60(d4 00; prime
$4 2otot&i; mil' t" good Texans W 0r3
2 7ft ; Blockers $i 00(3 16; lambs H
2 75 per head. The market Is quiet a
iteadv. with a very good Inquiry from botu
local and Eastern buyers for tho best de
IK ins -Strong at an advance of 10 to lee;
demand is good. Lights to r 'd Yorkers
at V !WH lli; inlxod to good pee.
Ing $m !!.VaV 50; butchers to extra 6WwJ
tt 00; skips and culls $4 fcVSJ 00.
WHEAT Illglior; closing
August; $104 boptmnbur;
Kl W ly O..
October; November; year.
(tillN Higher; July; M August;
51)', September; &0X October; 4(1 year.
OAT.i-lllgtier; 34' July; 2Augusti
27 '. September; 27V October.
WHEAT-IIIghor; closing at $r04X
July; .fina August; $1 07 .Septem
ber; iM (iD'i October; $1 ltt. Movoiuburj
M ill V venr,
COitN'--Higher; 4l August; 48
September! 4Ms1 (Mober; 4i S year.
(lATS-Hlgher; 33 July; 20 '( August;
WIIKAT-fleptember $1 17V; October
((iUS-Aii.'ust CLW; September 61 VO
02; October 02 'i f.
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common WitlO. Country packed Unchang
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seleetud 0(310, medium ftoiti, low grade
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Dfrtiot) for choice marts of tutTssrt receipts;
old and doubtful stock law, according to
quality. , .
1'oCLTItY-Offerinp light, but futlf
equal to the limited uanuwdi market dull
for both old and young. wa
quotet Spring chkkw-sVitwil and acrub
by tmi fair to good 2.1
choice N ; Old elrtoaj-Jok !.
mixed H 0rW HH'h bawa 4. tfrinl
siuaka 13 ( W. a
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