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THE , CAIRO DAILY BUT I TIN
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C o 1 1 vc n e s s,
Impurity of the
llldiid, rover and
and nil ItlKcuitcl
canned lir De
rangement of Liver, IluwoU and Kidneys.
SYMPTOMS OF A IISKASKI I.IVEK.
Bad Mrcath; I'm in in lite Side, sumetimet the
pain ii fell under the Shoulder-blade, mistaken fur
Kheurnalism; general lost of appetite; lluwelt
Rcnerally costive, ximetimci alternating with lac ;
le head it troubled with pain, it dull a.id heavy,
with coniidcralilc ! nf memory, accmwniel
with a painlulhensatinnnf Iravmn iiiulnnrjcjinclliiiil
which ought to have been done; a sIik1', dry cuiitth
and fluihed face n tuMieiimct an attendant, often
mistaken fur coniumptiun; the patient coiuplaim
of wearinesi and debility; nervous, easily startled;
feet cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation
of the skin eiisis; ipint . arc low and detKnlent,
and, although satisfied that exercise would lie bene
fil ial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it in fact, distrusts every p-mcly. Several
of the above tymptorus attend the distate, but case
have oicurred when but few of them existed, yet
elimination after death has shown the Liver lo
have been extensively deranged.
It hunld be used by all persons, old and
young, ssvhrnrvor any of thu ulx vo
Persons Traveling or Living In fn
healthy Localities, (y taking a dse rxrasion
ally to keep the Liver in hcalihy action, will avoid
all Malaria, llllluua attack, linuci, Nau
sea, I) row sine", lepresi"n of Spirits, etc. It
will invigorate like a glass of wine, but la no in
If Tou have eaten anything hard of
dlgeatlon, or feel heavy afier meals, or alorp
leaa at night, take a dote and you will be relieved.
Time and Doctors' Kill will be saved
by always keeping the KrgulaUir
in the House!
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
aafe purgative, alterative .. nd tonic can
never oe out of plate. '1 he remedy i, liMrinleaa
nd does not Interfere with business or
IT IH I'l ItKT.V VK(i STABLE,
And has all the power and efficacy of I alomel or
(Quinine, without any of the injurifis after erYtua.
A fiovernor'a Testimony.
Simmont Liver Regular has been in use in my
family for. me tune, an I I am satisfied it it a
Valuable addition to the medical si ieixe.
J Oti.L Sh'iktkh, (jovernor of Ala.
Hon. Aleiander II. Stephen, nf (ia.,
aayt; Have derived some benefit from the use of
Simmon Liver KcgtiUtor, and ih tu give it a
"The only Thing Oint never full to
Relieve, I have used m-nv remedies fur I-lys.
peptia. Liver Affection and lability, but never'
have found anything to benefit me lo the extent
bmmons laser Kegulator has. I sent from Min
aesota to Georgia k.r it, and would send fnrtlier for
' such a medicine, and would advise all who are Sim
ilarly affected to give it a tri.d as it seemt me only
thing that never fails to relics e
P. M Jaknfv, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. W. Miiaon nyt From actual ex
perience in the ue of humm us Iaver Kegulaior in
my practice I have been and am saluted to use
and prescribe it at a purgative medicine.
tQgfTake only the Genuine, which alwayi
has on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. H. ZKIL1N 4 CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
VrKsWtll psIV Lh ftLenT TfWt'd lot Ut faVtt M C01fltlBl
0fpt, hprk IMirti, (nil Mf'itrOD, Ce)iii4ttiii or Cwtlt
t cAAooi iTjr wiu Wtni'i evt,(, LtTtvr rilU, h Ue ....
UffUt- itfktly t.-n pim4 wui. 1 r.y ur.ly v-TruW, r 4
twIVI to rive fskluftutkfi. t -rr CiUi. Urir U.im, ro
Ulntatf Kt p. in, 31 rtau. Far Ult i r ,4 drur'i.. brr of
MBltTtfoiu aM lrftiutKti,. Tot feitu ni Ri&risfttrt4 y If
XMit C. WtST Co., I A in W. KvUven ht., Chke
Health is Wealth !
Da L. C. WV-it' Nebte and lin.si.s Tr.r.AT.
M.Tr, a irunrantl rv;ifjn for Hyhterin, Dizzi.
ow, (:(nvtl!l()n Kite. Nervous Neuralgia,
lleadarhn, Nrvotis Proof niti'in rranfl by the tiaa
ofalcobvl ortolmnco, WKkefultiexs, Mental IM
prexHion. Scf('iiinitif the Uraia romlting in in
sanity and loading to niixi-ry. deony and ih-ath,
1'remnture Old Ac", linrrcnnHHS, Iam i of power
In either sex, Involuntnry lat and Hrmiit.
orrhtra remmtd byovur-excrtion nf the bmin. felf
abusenr over-indnlgencH. Kiich ImiX contains
one month's trout mont. l.nia box.or six (Mixes
forf.VU),entbyniHil jirep-ndon receipt of prices.
Wri jiI'AIlATI'.K hlX 1IOXF.S
To cure any ca. With each order received by n
for six boxe. Bcconipaiiieil with ttou, ve will
sendtliopnrchamToiir written KtiiiianUHi to re
fund the money if the t rent nient docs uottflott
oura. Guarantees ihsued only '
1IARIIY W. SC1IUII,
Druggist. Cor. Commercial avu. A Irtih St., Cairo.
Q.EOUGE II. LEACH, M.I).
PHYSICIAN ife SURGKON.
Hpeclal attention paid to the II mic pathlc treat
ment of surgtcal dieies, and disen'es of women
and chl dren.
UKUCE On Uih streot, oppcsito the I'ot
office, Cairo, 111.
JK. J. E. STRONG,
128 Cuiuinerrial Ave, Cairo, III.
VAl'OU, ELBCTKOVAPOK and MEDIC ATHl)
A lady In sttondHnre,
JJU. W. C. JOCFLYN,
Or"FlCIC Bighth ftrset nerr Cnmf errlal Aswniie
,R. K W. WHITLOCK,
Ornoi -No. IS Commerelal Avenne. rwtween
KvhfJ and Nltith Street
Shop on Halllday Avonun, butwoon r".iurlh atid
Hlxth btrt'uts, Cslro, Illlnnlt.
t3r-All kinds ol light and hoavy lilttckimilhlnir,
wagon and carriage work done In the mor-t woik
aollks manner. Ilirso-sUoolug a specialty and
itw,rr T M E Nr"?
Ml.. . 1
Satisfied With the Compromise With
the American Rapid.
Kumori That the Western Union Will
Soon Give-In-Threatened Strike
of the Railroad Operator
The General Situation.
Nkw York, July !M. --Maimn-r Pttln
Kill, of the Amorian HapitJ Telj;rapb com
any, Hood at the door of the operating
room at ten o'clock Wednenday night,
busily ihaklnc bandi with the returning
strikers. The men went In to their desks
and besjuri work. One of the operators
aid: " e bad notblnr to do with tho
compromise. We knew nothing of It nntll
we were ordered by the Executive com
mittee of the Brotherhood to report for
work this rvenint;." The committee
managed tbe matter. Tbe striking opera
tors and linemen met In Clarendon ball at
balf-pant twelve o'clock yesterday, chair
man Mitchell blew his wlihtle anil
announced that he did so to call them In,
and not to call them out, as Frank Philips
did. He then read encourarlng reports
from Baltimore, Philadelphia, War-blnctnn
and other cities, and Introduced Mr. W.
Klnt'slty, who left tbe Wemern Union
Tucedar evening. Mr. Kingley said: "A
most startling state of affairs exiMcd In tbe
operating-room of tbe Western Union. I
bad been on duty since Thursday, and ate
and slept t tbe Western Union hotel. I
also smoked some of tholr clears. lean
safely say that none of ynu would know the
place. At 10 a. m. Wcduasday I was on tbo
nrtt Chicago duplex. I was receiving.
There were then from 600
to 800 red mesMges on the hook,
and I took them off. I wanted to see what
a clear book looked like. On the St. Louis
wire, which I also tended by turns, were
300 red messages and NW black menage,
all dated 2Ut and 2'Jd, but let me tell you of
tbe man I bad helping me. I was receiving
on the duplex and be was sending. Well.
I could bear when Chicago would break on
SI ml to repeat, and would tell blm, and he
said to me: 'Well, the trsnt.mltter
makes such a noise that I can't
send.' I told hitn to hold tbe tranxninter
down and be did, and sent sixteen metsages
that way, and Chicago was asking me all
tbe time wbat he was doing tbat he did not
seed tbe rest of tbe message. Jlr.Brower
from tbe Stock Exchange, said that the
linemen were the most solid men, and
hoped tbe operators would not go back
without them. Cries of "'o, never! we
will stand by them!" He then said tbe
company must stand by tbem.
By a majority of person the surrender of
tbe American Bap id Telegraph company to
tbe demands of the strikers U regarded ai a
crrtiln Indication that tbe strike i Hearing
Us end. It is rumored that the Baltimore
and Ohio company will be tbe next to give
in, and that negotiations are now pending
looking toward a consolidation with the
American Rapid company, thus forming a
combination against the Western Union
It was stated thla morning at the offlern r,f
the Baltimore and Ohio company that It was
tne iiiu-iitioti of the company to remain
firm. At the offices of tbe American Kapid
company 100 operators were on duty, in
cluding the lib men that went out on the
dav strike. Ninety-five out-of-town filers
opened, and 400 operators In all
ha I returned to the employ 0f the com
pir.y. Thirty-eight branch offices In this
c tv have also reopened, and a large amount
of'buslnens Is reported to have been
hmdled. The Western Union company
still remains firm, howevsr, In the posi'
tion assumed niuce tho beginning of the
strike, and shows no Intention of weak
rivtig. Tbe large force of operators on
duty Wednesday returned again, and
the reporta of the managers of
t ie operstlves showed business being
hmdled promptly. The press agent at
Somervllle said that tbe action of tbo
American Rapid Transit corapauy
would have no effect upon the policy of the
A TAI.I WITH BROWN.
On the subject of the threatened strike of
railroad telegraphers. Manager E. H.
Brown, of tbe Western Union here, said:
'Let tbem strike. The railroads ran get
on without them. They did so before and
they can do it again. The fact of tbe mat
ter Ii that there are fire times as many tel
egrapher! In tbli eountry as are needed for
the btminesi nd tbe more of
them that strike the better for tbe business.
Wherever It Is essential for a railroad to
hare an operator we shall be able to supply
one with ease. The Brotherhood have been
claiming that tbey still remain a trumpoard
to plav which would paralyze us. I won
der If It U this railroad telegrapher's strike.
If that Is their wily remaining card I am
sorry for thera. You can say, however,
that whateret their card Is the Western
Union will able to discount It."
'It Is reportd that the Brotherhood are
awaiting a proposition of compromise to be
made by the Weste.n Union. Is there
anything In this, to your knowledge ?
Mr. Brown seemed either staggered attho
knowledge or at tbe reporter's possession
of It. He failed, however, to make as
prompt a dental of the rumor, as, posii
bly, would have been the case bad It been
absolutely without foundation, and further
gave tho reporter to understand that there
Bight be something In It. After a tew mo
niwnts of careful conference with himself
"Oh, there's nothing In It. A compro
mise offered by the company!"
"No, no; simply an offer to compromise,
not an offered compromise"
Mr. Brown again studied his Inner con
sciousness and then assured tho reporte
that, lu bis oplulon. be did not believe the
report was true.
St. Louie, July 2tf.-Tbe strikers were
very much eucouraged this morning by tbe
receipt of news that the American Rapid
oorapany had settled their difficulties with
tbelr operatives. The opinion was freely
expressed that the B. 4 O. would follow In
a day or o. The aotlon of the American
Rapid, It was thought, would have the ef
fect of stirring up the W. U. The striken
fsel that the action of the Board of
Directors of the Merchant's Eichange, la
passing a series of resolutions
pretesting against tbe bad
service tbe company had beea
lendtriaf theKiatsaSsge the past vi'stk will
ha a strong lever to compel thsm to take tbe
operators buck. At the 'Western Union
(ji)Icu there Is no change to note. Mr.
Drown says the situation Is improving dally.
At tlx liiiltlmore and Ohio office Mr.
liiiU'i't him one assistant, and consequently
feels iniii'h relieved. This operator was
'in hi in by the superintendent. The
Mnklwr linemen this morning caught six
linemen on their way to tbe Western Union
oilice iind made them members of the
lla'f a dozen operators are still handling
the lulneM on 'Change. Notices to the
effect that mriisagKS will be subject to delay
ami nulling, ir necessary, are still up In
the receiving olllces. There U much dis
satisfaction among tho merchants, and on
nut of delays, and mlatskes tbat
have occurred through tbe In
competency of operators the coun
try order business Is to a great extent giv
en up, as it Is csntlat for orders to
be M'i.t through with tbe least possible
A prlvato message was received by a
striking operator this morning saying tbat
Chicago was greatly In need of operators,
the fnree having dninillej down until It was
vi ry mii. ill. A initiil.fr of men bad gone to
work this meruit);;, but tbey soon left.
Tlio leading officers of the Brotherhood'
bail long and earnest consultations with one
aiiolhcr, and the body at large was not slow
in fiiiilin out than something ot more than
Usual imparlance was under discuiislon.
What It was, however, the leading officers
kept to themselves, and tbe others were
left to conjecture Its Import. Opinion gen
erally was divided between tbe two reports
one that the Brotherhood was perfecting
arrangements for a strike of railroad oper
ator!.; the other that they had received
reliable Information that it was within tbe
potabilities that the Western Union com
pany were on the point of making an
offer of compromise to the Brotherhood.
Kadi of these possible events is of great
importance. That the Unke of railroad
operators was really threatened required no
better evidence than tbe fuct that a gentle
inan connected with the telegraphic depart
ment of the Gould railroad sybtem stated to
a reporter that all train-dispatchers, di
vision superintendents and all the heads of
1 1. importation departments bad Instructions
to be ready to run trains under tbe old
time-card system. A member of the
Brotherhood stated that tbe strikers had no
wish to interfere with the railroad busi
ness, but that some of tbe railroad com
panies were antagonizing them by helping
the Western Union company to do lu gen
eral business. If tbe strike of railroad tele
graph operators was ordered all endeavor
would be made to abstain from Interference
w ith such railroads as bad confined tbelr
telegraphic employes to the performance of
strictly railroad business.
in conversation with a striking operator
the reporter learned that tbe Brotherhood
bad studied tbe result of tbelr compromise
with the American Rapid company and
were perfectly saiitfied with it. Figured
out according to arithmetical rules, it
meant an Increase, In tbe wages ot tbat
company's operatives of about a little
over twenty-one per cent. This compro
mise was a bappy one, also, in that it
showed tbe Western Union people Just the
basin upon which tbe stilkers were pre
pared to meet them. This -would, pos
sibly, save a lot of pickerlng when tbe
Brotherhood and the company came to
gether In frienily arbitration. The West
ern Union were now able to see bat a
telegraph conoany were willing to pay,
and also what tbo operators were willing to
accept, and with this knowledge In tbelr
possession tbey would not have any great
difficulty In coming to terms with the
Chicago, July 26. Superintendent
Clowry this morning reports all business of
the Western Union company of this city is
dear to all Icadlug points but Winnipeg, to
which place the wires are down. All tbe
main wires In the Board of Trade are
manned to-day. He also reports tbat tbe
day and night forces in the main operating
room of the company are now getting full
rest. The wires of the Northwestern road
were cut again last night, but wero speedily
repaired. The officials of the Baltimore and
Ohio company have been negotiating with
the strikers for the past two days, but as
the latter demand tbe recognition of the
Brotherhood as a preliminary to tun settle
ment, no conclusion bas been reached.
Superintendent Clowry is in receipt of a
telegram from acting President Eckcrt sent
at eleven o'clock this forenoon, which reads
as follows: "The attitude of the Western
Union company as defined In tho previous
communications will not be changed by any
action taken by other companies. The
condition of our lines and service is most
gratifying and warrants belief that within a
day or two general restriction upon ac
ceptance of messages may bo discontin
ucd." Western I'nlon Bulletin.
New Yoiik, July M. Tbe one o'clock
bulletin of tho Western Union shows that
business Is clear, or only half an hour be
hind throughout tbo East and South, and
from forty-five minutes to two hours be
hind from and to principal Western points,
Detroit Is In tho worst shape, on account of
the wires being In trouble.
New Ilampahlre Neonlorsblp.
Concord, N. II., July 20. ThTlBlrty
fifth Joint ballot for U. S. Senator was
thrown to-day without result. Chandler
It'll 4 from last ballot of Thursday, Tappan
i, Pattetson 20; Burns gained 2, Pike 23
ami Murston 2. A majority of tho Repub
lican tiiituibcrs nf tho Legislature held a
conference ibis morning to consider tho
Senatorial question. Several mi'inbors took
the ground that tho struggle- was Injuring
the paity, but Gen. .Marstou felt convinced
that the struggle would piovo healthful to
the party, and some good Republican would
soon be elected. Speaker Kastman wis
satisfied that the caucus could not bo beld
upon a majority basis, and lie would
therefore favor tho requiring of a two
thirds vote to nominate the candidate should
such a meeting be beld. Gnu, .Stevens of
Nashua, said that a Senatorial caucus was
a thing of the past lu New Hampshire, aud
he was willing to go before tbo people ot
the stale on that tisuc. President Bartlett
said the conferencohnd been fruitful of good
Saratoga, July 26. The first race, mile
for all ages, was won by Bootjack; Buo
cancer second, Lord Lyon third. Time,
1 A2 Vf . The second race, a mllo and a fur
long, for three-year-old fillies, was won by
MUs Woodford; Besslo stoond, Vers third.
Tho third race of one mile and On fur
longs, for all ages, was won easily by Geo.
Kinney; Drake seooud. Geo. Mouxos third.
V VlraluU Dcrntx-ratio IMKtforsu.
Ly.nciibuku, Va., July 2u.-Tne Demo
Mutlc State Convention yeiterday udoptod
tbe following platform:
I. Weoppoie any Increase of taxation
II. Ths Democratic party accepts as final
th recent settlement of tlio public debt.
3. We favor tbe unconditional and Im
mediate abolition of tho internal ruvenui
i. We favor tho tariff for revenue, lim
ited lo the necessities of the Government.
8. The Democrats party of Virginia
pledges Itself to tbe continued support of
the public schools of tbe state.
6. Wo ar in favor of preserving tbe
school organization for the two races as
separate aud distinct as possible.
7. We demand and will expect strict econo
my In all branches of tbe government, state
8. We demand such real civil service as
will make merit tbe test of official fitness.
8. We are Inflexibly opposed to the sys
tern of bossism.
Wtbb'aratfl-Be.lllat' tbat He la Alive,
Niagara Falls, N. Y., July 28. There
are some who believe Capt. Webb succeed
d In his foolish undertaking, and that he is
concealing himself to fan a flame of excite
ment, when be will make his appearance to
a fresh rip. A great many wafers have
been made on the American side tbat he
will be seen alive Inside of five days, and
bets have been made even and two to one
that such will be the case. But the general
belief among the older residents is that
Capt. Webb Is no more. There Is also a
general belief that life was extinct before he
bad cleared the rapids and that when It had
reached tbe pool the lifeless body was swal
lowed by tho Immense eddv, and that It Is
altogether likely that bis body will never be
" Tha Military at Denver.
Denver, Col.. July 2. A fitting finale
to Wednesday's magnificent military page
ant was tbe parade of the Flambeau club,
Lincoln post, Topeka, Ka.. Twenty thou
sand people witnessed the display. The
delegates to tbe encampment beld a busi
ness meeting to-day. Coramander-ln-Chlel
Vandervort delivered an address. Tho
elec Ion of commander-in-chief will prob
ably take place next Friday. Nashville and
Minneapolis will apply for tbe next en
campment. A Jollification was held to
ulght. Illfbwamea Arrasled.
Pittsburg, Pa., July 26. United States
special detective Perkins, assisted by a
number of officers from this city, arrested
John S. Gordon, Robert McGeary, Albert
Crusan, and Dr. John P. Buck this morn
ing near Sir John's Run, West Virginia.
The parties are members of an organized
gang ot highwaymen, who have been oper
ating In Pennsylvania, Maryland and West
Virginia for several mouths with consider
The Tew ken bar y Final,
Boston, July 26. Tbe senate accepted
by a majority, the Tewkesbury report this
forenoon without one word of debate by a
strict party vote. It refuted, also, by a
party vote, to admit the House bill to regu
late tne disposal or the bodies ot pau tiers.
Tbts finishes all tbe Tewkesbury business
nerore tne legislature.
Polk Found futility.
Nashvii.lk, Tenn.,July 26'. The jury
In the case of ex-Treasurer Polk bus
brought In a verdict of guilty of embezzle
ment, fixing the penalty of Imprisonment
In the penitentiary for twenty years, and
Imposing a fine to the full amount of the
Boston. July 26. A dispatch from
the Crawford House, White Mountains,
states that there was a heavy frost there last
At Rorwleh, Conn.
Norwich, Conn., July 26. The entire
force of the telegraph operators, except tbo
manager, struck this morning.
A Necessa7 Class in the Railroad Business
and Hard to Deal With. " .
flr.w York, July 26. The Railroad
Commissioners continued tholr deliber
ations as to what could be done for the
protection of tbe St. Louis lines on the
cutting of rates west of Chicago. It was
agreed to localize the difficulty in the West
by requesting all western connections be
yond Chicago and St. Louis to discontinue
the payment of commissions at all differ
ential points In tbe East, on west bound
business, also the salo of orders or tickets
issued by those railroads at the seaboard,
generally confine the special concessions
which dinturb rates to point west of China
go and St. Louis. Applications for differ
ential tares on second-class
business from New York and Chica
go by way of Urbana or by the Grand Trunk
or Baltlmoro and Ohio and between several
points in the Interior, such as Indianapolis
and iit. Louis, were filed, and pending
their consldorMlon an adjournmont was
taken to eleven o'clock to-day.
"Are the railroads going to crowd you
otttot business this time?" a scalper was
"Notif we are aware of lt,"ald ho.
"Tbey have tried to do it before, but we
have slipped from under their tiugsrs
somehow. You sco
A TICKKT BROKE?. IS A NiCKMHITY
to a good many of the roads. When a new
line Is started extra Inducements must be
offered to draw traffic to It, and through
ticket agents they can be best made known
to the public. 1 suppose If all the roads
united against us we could bo stamped out,
but our security lies In tbelr lack of unity.
Some companies need our co-operation and
are not likely to go Into a pool to push us
out of existence. If te otbors fight us we
can take tholr trade away by offering
lower rates. Thiy can hardly afford to
unite against us. Besides we deal In tick
ets which have been purchased from tbe
companies by people who have ceaned to
have uso for them. If you buy a ticket to
New York and return coupon to any sta
tion, and on reaching here do not choose to
go back or prefer doing; so on another route,
ws will relieve you of your return ticket
and pay two-thirds the cost prloe of It. We
will sell It at the full rate, wbich Is cheaper
than a single ticket can be bought. We
mako a profit and tbe company Is the loser.
Of course ticket brokers are prepared for
those hostile demonstrations which tbe rail
roads make from tlmo to time. They have
an organization extending all over the
country, and It has a capital of (600,000.
It pat offices In tweoty-Uuree cities, it can
be understood tbat taase engaged In the
business wW Ml riltnatdaa tt without
MruuU. . i
A III ME NOT A LYNCH IMG.
A i'lro Immediately Afterwards Xndi
Ulng Revenge. . .
St. Pai l, July 20.-A Miles City special
says that a party of masked men proceeded
to tho c. unity J : a 1 1 Wednesday, overpowered
the. Jailer, and snled a man named Kigney,
whom tin y took about a mile out of town
and liangcrt to the projecting end of a rail
road lie over a ml vert. Rignoy bad been
Jailed thu day before for disorderly oon
duct, and bora it reputation as a hard citi
zen, hav,' nri'ii accused of robbery and
other crimes. Ho was bar-tender in the
saloon o the CoMiinpnlitan theatre. Two
hours after no was hung the theatre burst
into flames and wai completely destroyed,
with six other buildings, anion j which was
a large drug utorc. The progress of tbe
lire wan arrested by tho brick building of
the First National bank, otherwise the
entire block would have been destroyed.
The total loss In estimated at $50,000. It la
generally thought that tho flio was the work
cf an incendiary, in retaliation for the
bunging of Rigney.
London, July 2ti, Additional advloei
from Durban relative to the death of King
Cctewayo at the hands of the Insurgents,
state all of his wives and many of his chiefs
were also killed.
London, .July 26. The weekly state
ment of the Rank of England shows tbe In
crease of bullion to bo 417,000, Propor
tion of bank reserve to liability 44.7.
Lovnov, July tin. Amount of bullion
gone Inio the Bank of England on balance
LosDon, July 2H. The membors of tho
American Rifle Team went to Windsor
to-day and visited the castle, through
which they were conducted by the special
permission of the Queen by Capt. Godsall
of the Second Buck's Regiment, who shot
In the British team in the late International
match. The riflemen afterwards were en
tertained by Capt. Godsall at luncheon at
Rom it, July 26. Intelligence has reached
here from Berlin tbat Bismarck will con
tinue to neirotiiste with tho Vatican for set
tlement of tho differences between It and
WILL OBKV THE POPR.
Information has been received at tRe
Vatican from New York tbat tbe Catholic
cIcrL-v In tho Jnited States will follow tho
Instructions of the Pope in regard to ParneU
and his followers.
Bkhi.in, July 26. The statement of tho
Imperial Bank of Germany shows the in
crease of specie to bo 0,720,000 marks.
A HKAVY FAILfKR.
Bkiu.in. July 20. -Steinmann A Co.,
leather merchants ot Frankfort-on-the
Main, have failed, the liabilities being
Alexandria, July 28. The Khedive
returned to this city from Cairo to-day. Ha
wa received with much enthusiasm by tbo
DKATH IX CAlltO.
There were 422 deaths from cholera In
Vikvna, July 26. Count Kalnoky, tho
Aiistro-IIungarian Minister of Foreign Af
fairs, has had an audience with the Emper
or of Germany. An Interview between tba
Emperor of Germany ind tbo Emperor of
Austria hn been arranged to take place at
Gischl on the 7th of August.
Ti MARKETS. 1
JULY 0, 1834.
' Live ttteck.
CATTLE Export steers $,')765iW; good
to heavy do 2."iftf.j 50; light to fair $4 KWrf
&0O; common to medium $4 4)a)4 85; fair
to good Colorado iH'iiS .V); southwest $3 75
4 8.'); Grass Texi.n!f3 2.'ir4 76; light to
good Blockers ft 50fM 7ft; fair to good Cod
ers W &Va4 20; guild ;ows and heifers $4(9
4 40; n illnwags $2 50ca2 75; good cows and
SHEEP Steady, but quiet at unchanged
prices. Common to medium i 24
;t5(); fair to good $3 00(4 00; prime
$4 10ra4f0; Texans $2 60175; stockers
!f2rrf2 7ft ; lambs ft 75(90 26.
HOGS Strong; fair supply and active
demand. Light to good Yorkers $U 00ft
0 2(1; fair to choice packing Jfl 40(36 7T;
rough mixed do $'2&a5 3&; butchers to
extra J6 7iVr(310; skips and skuUs$4Ma
WHEAT Lower; closing at $1 02V
August; fldlV September; fl 05X
October; $1 OHV November; tl 01 K rear.
COItN-Highnrj MVJuly; 52V August;
MX September; ftl October; 40S vear.
OATS-Lowcr; 8:i'Julv; 20 b. August;
27iYi27K September ; 27V October.
WHEAT Lower; closing at $1 05a.
July; frl 05b. August; $1 07 S' Septem
ber; $t OOO'i' Octobcrtfl USa'b November;
1 0I' vear.
COUN'-Highcr; 48a. August; 49
September; 4N' October; 42 vear.
OATS-Lowcr; 20 July; 25.V August;
24 S' year.
WHEAT August $1 15; September
$1 17; October $1 19.V; Novetnb r ft 21 .
COUN'-July 02 S ; August 63X; Septem
ber ti.r; October oa .
KUTTEIl Creamery at l!)O0
for choice to fancy, to 21 for selections;
overheated or poor at dairy rates; dairy
chlcllv at 1517, occasionally 18 was ob
tained in a small way; fair to good 10(312;
common fttflO. Country packed Unchang
ed; selected Ufa) 10, medium oT&S, low grade
EGGS-Stoady and fairly active at 111
candled; light sales ot choice tnarka of
current receipts at OtolOc.
POULTRY Large spring chickens an
wanted, and are ready sale at $2 aord'J 60,
but small and medium stzod oontinuo dull,
and are bard to sell even at tbe ruling low
prlceSl 25fSl 75. according to size. The
demand for old nhlisknna la .llln- nr Li v..
ly, and tho supply exceeds the demand:
nunlulilu ut i;t:l ' fm.
for mixed and $-1 75 for hens. Spring ducks
inir saie at sxdj ou.
Country tnarkxu rirm. California wheal
to arrive steady. Weather rather mora
settled. Spot wheat quieter. Westsrn
winter 9s 2d. Mixed western oorn firmer
at Bs 7d. California wheat advanced Id.
Demand moderate from United Kingdom
for wheat and fair for oam .
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