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A IIousehoM Artlt-U tor Universal
Tnr K"a mil
Eradicates i lt'J ; r
Sore Throat, Small
Pftl. MfnJnl. mwti
II Contagious lUaaii. Perv.ns waiting on
the hick ahould ue U fretly. Scarlrt Fever haa
never been known lo aprrad wlirre the Huid u
lived Yellow Kever ha Ixreo lured with il aftfir
l)lak vomit hail taken pluoe. lUt worst
caaes of diphtheria yield lo It.
Fevered and Hick Ir-1 SMALL-POX
sons refreshed and I and
lieu Korea prevent. . 1'ITTINU of Nmafl
rtd!"11 i,h PMHRKVKMTED
Impure Air made ! A "'""Ixrofmylam
harraleif and purified. ' ''y uk
rnr(L..TI......i : - Sma -tl')x. I llted th
. ... .. wj m uiu ii i a ... ,-, -
I rmiii; ui paucnt was
for Frosted reft,
Chilblains, Til en,
J hall up;, etc.
Hoft White t'oniilix-
Ions secured by use,
Rhlp Fever prevented.
To purify the Ureal h,
Iiiih the Teeth,
it can't be surpass 1.
Catarrh relieved and
1'yaente: y cm ml.
Wound healed rapidly,
or Vegetable Poisons,
I used the Fluid during
eur present affliction with
hcarl'l Kever with de
cided advantage. It is
ItKlispentaUe to the sick,
room. Wm. K. Sand
osd, Eyrie, A La.
nut delirious, was not
pitted, and was about
the hulk airuin in (km.
week, and no otheri
had It -J W. Pak.
The physicians here
use ljHrbys Kluid very
successfully in the treat
ment of Diphtheria.
Teller dried up.
lli'era purified and
lu caaea of Death It
should be used about
the corpse it will
prevent any unpleas
Tlie eminent I'hr.
i slrdan,.!. M AKloV
M. ., New
; tk, say: "I am
I convinced t'rof Darbys
I J'rnphylactic Huid is a
1 vaiuaole disinfectant."
I Scarlet Fever
Vandrrhllt l'nln..li- v-.l.i,,
I testify to the most ea. elleni qualltir, of Prof
Darbys Prophylactic Huid. A, a a.smfecunt and
detergent it is both theoretically and practically
superior to any preparati on with wlu. h I am ac
quainted. -N I. Luitun, Prof. Chemistry.
Iarby Fluid I Kerotnmenrled by
Hon. Alhanijik U. Sih-iuns, ol Georgia-
Kev. Chav F. Ur-EM,, UD., Church of (he
Strangers, N. Y.;
Jos. l aO.HTB, Columbia. Prof ,t'niversily,S C
Kev A. J JUrtLi, Pr f , Mercer L'n.verslly;
Kev Osw). r . PtmrcE, llnhop M. E. Church.
ttmsi'KXSAIilK TO rVKKY HOME.
Perfectly harn.leM. lied internally or
enernally for Man or lleat.
The Huid has been thoroughly tested, and we
Jave abundant evidtme that it has done everything
here claimed W fuller Information get of vour
lruKgisl a pamphlH or send lo the proprietors,
J. II. ZLIIJX ('().,
Manursctiinng Llienust. I'll ILAHKI.PIIIA.
Wg will ra, it tm.a r.oird lr sue ua f Uitr foeifUhil'
frv.p!1. S.'S H-lKti, liirfMtiB. rouiiipail- ot Cotl(bt.
ll !, Vt-rBI!, Livar I"!!.. tb Sir,
StMsar MrkUv entail' wtlh. Ib.vtff ftrtty vrUiU, st4
(HI U Ilv lUufktwa. i, ( ul. larf, kl,rM
lUUf w aulis ti enu. uit l all drto.. B.an
anaurwu sail tniuuiuw. Tht f.to-. o,...nvli.4 Mlv br
JOHN C. WtiT Cl i., hi IU W. Hwita St.. Catai
t- e 1.7 u.tn yrt..i hKua vi a a wauip.
Health is Weaiih !
lB K C. WkMT'H NeIITE AND ItBAIN TltKAT.
ati.it, a iriuiniiitMil tritin for Hysteria, !hz:i.
oeea, iivuImiiii, riU. NerToim NfumltjiB,
UiKiiWhn, Nt'rvoua rrc-tnition raui by the tii-e)
ofaloxhal or tolwtcto, Vnk"fnlnia. MrnUtl De
preiwiou, Hoftnini( nf tln 1'min ri'Mil'inKin in
win it y Hnd loiidirm to miry, dwiiy ainl deaih,
rrematitro OM Ad", UnrirntieeH, Iax of ixiwer
la eilhor aex, Involitmnry laieaun and Horma'.
orThfi-a itniiaeal byovera-X'-rtmn of thr bruin. nelf.
bust) or over-itiilulgnco. Kjich IhiX cor'iitia
one motitli'a tnattn"iit, fl.l'ia Un.oran iKnes
forlKUiu.aoiit by mail tirortnliin rextMpt of pnets,
W4 (il'AH.WTI'.K HIX BOX l.S
To cure arty raeo. With onch oriler roceivwl by tn
for mi bun. nrrnnaiiiel with 'Hi, will
end lh ptireliiunTonr written iruniHtitoe to pw
fund Die nioney if the treatment docs not oflocf
our. (runrunUx iMiued nuly by
II ARK V W. SCIIU1I,
Unnrglal, Cor, Commercial vo. & 18lh at.. Cairo.
EOIWP: II. LEACH, M.I).
PHYSICIAN .t SUHGKON.
Hiii'dal attmitlon nuUI to tho II mvi.uatlile truat-
mnt of nirijiral dlautaca. and dln'iix's of wouina
(iKUCK On llib mri'ut, oppoite the Post
ofBre, Cairo. 111.
JJH. J. E. STRONG,
128 Commercial Ave, Cairo, 111.
VAPOlt, BLEOTKO-VAPOK anu MRDICATKU
A lady In attouilancu,
CONSULTATION FKE E.
pit. W. 0. JOCKLVN,
D K JN T 1ST.
OKKICB-Blirhlh Htrenl near f!tnD errla! Att;u.
U. E W. WMTLOCK,
Ornni-No. tun Comninrfial Avitnaa, notwr-m
Ktn ann Ninth Htra.'ta
bop oo Halllility Avonnn, liviwnnn ruiirlli ud
blith rttrxola, (.'lro, lllluola.
tVAII kinds ol Unlit and heavy tiUckstiillhlitir,
wafnn and carriage work done In the ronptwoik
saaullke manner, llorss-thoiiliiii a specialty and
THEIR LAST RIDE.
A Score or More of Passenger.
Killed or Fatally Injured.
A Terrible Railroad Accident-A Fatal
Encounter Between an Eloper
and the lather of the Girl
News from Far and
Rochestkh., N. T., July 28.-Xow
wan received hrre early this inornint; of a
terrible dUmtifr on tbe Koine, ntertowu
and OKdonaliiirK railroad near Carlton, last
niictit. As a Tbouaand Island train,
which wai running at high speed on tbe
on the luiiln line, neared Carlton, the en
gineer noticed a tingle car NUndini? on tbe
track abend of htm. He at once put on tho
air-iraKe and revred the lever of his en-
Bine, but before tbe speed of the train
could be stopped tbe engine daubed Into the
obstruction, and in an instant all was a
ceiie of wreckage and confusion, and the
air was filled with tbe groans of tbe dvinir
and the Injured. The engineer, who hero
ically remained at bis post, was fatally In
jured. When the crash came the fireman
who stood by him till the last, was In-
'antlj killed. Word for assistance was at
once telegraphed to Cbarlotl, a distance of
twenty-five miles. On tbe arrival of aid
he work of reseulne the wounded and tL-.
ing out the dead from the wreck was hppiin
immediately. So far as can be learned at
present the car whieh caused the diaster,
was Mown on tbe main line from the branch
track by a hlph wind wblrh prevailed at tbe
time ol the accident. It is surmosed that
trie Kev. Dr. Atwood at Canton, and Rev.
Or. Fiske, of Syracuse, were nassentrera on
tbo ill-fated train.
Kol KlEE.V vmu BODIES
were taken out of the wreck at
lces. Among tbe killed and
Henry McCormlck of Benton.
Louis France, fireman, killed.
Archie Taylor of YVatertown. baware.
Colored porter, name unknown, killed.
Mrs. .K-nnlson, of N'o. 81D North Ninth
street, Philadelphia, hip broken.
Mrs. Brook, rhilade Dhla. a friend of
Mrs. Jennison, still In tbe wreck: not vet
Two ladles nsmed Hall fatally hurt.
Train-master Chauncev. of Oawwro. fa-
Engineer James McCarthy fatalry tcald
Wm. Rockfeller, foreman in shop, Oswe
go, leg broken.
Tba wind and rain bojrgared description.
Tba aeoood enalne waa totally wrecked,
Tbe fireman, Louis France, was mangled
beyond recognition. From fifteen to eigh
teen panaengers are reported injured.
Many persons were killed outright and the
thera were left in a dying condition. The
suffering of tbe wounded were terrible.
A whole far.ily by tbe name of Brooks Is
believed to ba burned In tbe wreck.
A Wolf Iss Bhoep's) Cloiblos;.
Pkekskill, July 28. The Kev. J. H.
Meredith, claiming to be a member of the
stale temperance association, has ben de
livering temperance addresses in this neigh
borhood for tbe past few weeks, On Sun
day evening last be spoke In the Mahopac
Falls Baptist Church and waa to speak In
tbe Methodist church at Lake Mahopac on
Monday evening, but the small audisnce
present discouraged him. He spent tbo
night at tbe residence of Charles H. Dc-
nlke, at Mahopac Falls, and during the ab
sence from tbe room next morning of tha
mother, he made, It Is alleged, an Inde
cent assault upon tbe 7-vear-old daughter
of Mr. Demke.but failed in his vile purpose
1 brougb fear tbe child said nothing about
u nnm me rattier came home from work in
the evening, when the dlsclotire was made.
Procuring a warrant tot Merettkb's arrest.
the father and a deputy she rrff chased him
for two days, and yesterday afternoon
caught Dim in thia village, where he had
announced himself to deliver an address on
Sunday. Deputy Sheriff Maybe took bim
lntcharge, and later be was turned over to a
f utnam county deputy who departed with
him for tbe acene of hit crime. Meredith
denied the charge. Tbe Christian Advo-
eats of April last denounced him as a fraud
and warned the churches to beware of him.
Th Tel low rTr.
Baltimore, July 28. Th iteamsblD
caiuornian, from the West Indies arrived
at quarantine with four cases of yellow
fever onboard. She passed In tba capos
and up Chesapeake Bay without notice from
tba heulth authorities. She Is now vloselr
Washington, July 28. Secretary Fol-
(r to-day raosivad a telegram from the
collector of oustomi from Baltimore stating
that tbe SS. Caltfornlan from VeraCrui
arrived yesterday evening. There were
four deaths from yellow fever daring the
voyage, with several cues still on board.
Tbe vessM is now in quarantine.
vecretary l1 oiger Immediately talefranhrl
tbe Collector at follows)
"A strict quarantine of vassal ami atrUr
Isolation of officera, crew, pilots and pas
sengers thoul d be enforced . ' '
Tbe Ttihtiaa oa firlke.
New York, July J8.-The Tribune tavsi
"The embarrassment under which the bus-
Iness Interests of the country are laboring at
present, owing to the telegraph strike, is
indicated by the action ot the Produce Ex
change yesterday. A resolution was adorn.
ed directing that a committee should be an.
1 a -A A - a a a a . . . r.
poioua 10 sea ir independent telegraph
lines could not be erected throng hout the
country for the Join use of the different
exchanges. The suggastlorrellclted marked
approval from many members. The sue
cett of ilnei established by the St, Louis
and the Milwaukee exchanges was com
mented upon as showing that the schema
Washikoton, July 28. The condition
of tba Treasury to-day shows gold coin and
buUtoa to be 1301,800,667; silver dollars
and bulHon, 1117, 184, i4t frastJoaal silver
oola, $28,083, 1M: Unite States notes.
$r48,fSo,87J ( toul, $M1,M7,8S7 (old,(60,.
44,00; ilhrer, $78,6Js),Jtti-currsu:y, $U,.
CAIRO. ILLIN01H, SUNDAY
The Great Oaraan.il Pronoaattotl
I'raada and Cheat.
Fulton, N. Y., July 28.-IIanlan, Lee
1 loMiiior left bcre this morning for St. Paul,
Minn., where they will row in an exhibition
on August 2.
Tbo press of this vicinity to-day pro
nounced the race a meu exhibition, and
one or two Journals accuse Hanlau of enga
ging In a regular bippodroming arrange
ment, in which be, in company with Lee
and HoHiuer, are to go about tbe country
givini; a so-called regatta at any point
where a fuw hundred dollars in gate mon
ey can be collected. This they will divide
between them upon a pro rata basis. Han
Isn, while here, Hated that thu wai the
fir-t time that lie md ever rowed s
rsce on a percentage. .So It is to be pre
sumed that this It llaulan's starting point
in this kind of business. There was no
purse up for the race, and thi men accepted
tbe gate money, minus the expense as theli
reward, llanlan acted as treasurer in tbe
tickot office on tbe day of tbe race, and two
of his friends sold tbe tlokeli.
Tbe citizens here are universally of the
opinion tbut the race on Thursday, as a
race, was a fraud, and It has even been in
timated In some quarters tb it the oarsmen
and their management were In .league with
a garg of pick-pockets, thieves and bunko
sieerers, who were present on tbe grounds.
Tho race was to have come off promptly at
1 o'clock, but the word "go" was notgiv
en until after6 o'clock, and it Ii thought
thiit the delay was for the purpose of giving
their alleged confederates a better opportu
nity to fleece the gullible country folks bo
were present, and to some extent they suc
ceeded. A Herloaa Ball road Aecldeat.
Vkkmont, III., July 28.-As theC,
B. & Q. outb-bound paiienger train,
Conductor Edward II. Degroot, reached
h re, It ran Into the rear of a freight train
standing on a side track. The engine wai
t in-own off the track and tbe caboose of tbe
freight Irain completely demolished. The
en-ineer Jumped and bal hit foot and leg
ctiished. The fireman wai caught in tbe
cab and was scolded, probably faUlly. A
young man from Ueardstown In tbe caboose
was badly injured and scalded, and a
brukiiinan and passenger also in the caboose
were severely crushed and scalded. The
accident was caused by the carelessness of
a brakeman In leaving tbe switch open.
lire la a Mine.
Coi.linsvili.e. Ill,, July 23.-At7:25
this morning the works at Abbrl mine No.J
ciiuubt on fire from the smoke stack, but
was fought successfully by the Abbrl com
pany fire department, under the superln
tendency of Mr. Williams. The loss la
about $')00, which Is fully covered by In
surance. Tbe Abbrl Coal Mlrrfng company
deserves special mention of lu well-organized
system, as every one took It cool,
and in ten minutes from tbe time tbe fire
was discovered, all tbe workmen, seventy-
nve in number, bad been taken from toe
works below, where they would undoub
tedly have lost their lives in case the works
Tbe Naaday qneailoa.
St.Locw, July M. Tbe Sunday closing
Isw Is the absorbing topic on tbe streets
and Indoors to-day. Tbe resolution adopt
ed by the Paloon-Keepera' association are
deprecated by a majority of business men as
being' loo blgb-bsnded. Tbe belief is gen
eral trial but a minority of the saloons will
remain closed to-morrow, and some of the
trade, under tbe promise of a seal ofse
crccy in withholding their names, sav that
tbo expluslon clause should never have been
Inserted in Mr. Tboman's resolution.
itiiers sav they are about to be made cat
pawsorto help sustain the element that
una suburban resorts.
.Saratoga, July 28. First race, three
quarters of a mile Loftln first. Emigrant
second, hlng Tom third. Time, 1:20.
Second race, Saratoga cup, two and one
quarter miles Gen. Mouroe first, Boat,
manspcond. Twoitarters. Time, 4:21Jf.
Third race, one mile and 500 yards
Blazes first, Lord Ranglan second, Wallen
6ee third. Time, 2:17.
Fourth race, steeple-chase, one aodja half
miles Disiurbano first, Rienxl second,
Kdlion third. Truck heavy.
A Lost Teasel.
Galveston, Tex., July 28,-Tbe News'
Matagorda special says the following note
was found iu a bottle upon the beach:
"Finder will report this. We are now In
a sinking condition with all boats washed
away and tbe pumps all stopped up. We
arc off Cuba and lost with three men over
board. We have no freih water on board.
On the ship Cape ot Good Hope,
February 22d. Mate.-'"
Washington, July '1$. The President
Is expected back this evening, and to-morrow
evening tbe party will Btart for Louis
ville. It la Intended to make a short stop at
White Sulphur Springs for the purpose of
giving the party an opportunity to view the
beautiful surrounding country.
New York, July 28. Loans, decrease,
fl, 105,800; specie, decrease, $1,618,700;
legal tenders, Incresse, 6119,800; deposits,
decrease, $2,629,200; circulation, docrease,
L'U4,800; reserve, decrease, fcU'l.eoO. Tie
banks now hold i9, 339, 70S In excess of their
Oae Dead, Another Wouadtd.
Chicaiio, July 28. -The Dally News'
Omaha, Neb., special says: 'Henry Ray
nor eloped a few days ago with the (laugh
ter of II. Plckotts at Sidney. Tho father of
the girl and Kuynor met lust nlulit, and pis
tols were drawn. Pk-kctts Is dead. hay
Dor Is wounded.
Killed by Matlitnlus;.
GAi.vr.aroN, 'IVx., July 2. -The News,
Grang'o special of to-d;iy says that Mrs.
UoddtMi, who whs living elKht miles front
bore, was struck by llglilnlng and instantly
killed during s heavy storm. She was a
bride of only two days.
The sirail l iquor Law.
CouJint.'fl, Ohio, July 28. -Judge okey
of the Supreme court to-day announced bis
dissenting opinion In the Scott liquor tax
law, holding it to he a license law and
therefore unconstitutional. 1'be law was
sustained by the other four Judges of tba
Prohibition in Kvsxlhooao.
Roodhouse, III., July 28,-DaveKlrk.
land ami Chnrles Dolnn were arrested
iiunHira ui lire urunioiuon ora nance. ;
They were dismissed, the court ruling
acainst the comoetenev of th. i.imr. a
new warrant baa been sworn out and a
change of venue lakon.
Hoslon Herald 1 That would be an in
pirlng canvass between Tllden and Blaine
lu 18S4 thujone a dead live man, (the olber
a live doad ouau
MOBNINO. .TIJLY 207788:1
A 'Week's failures.
New York, July 28. -Tbe failures as re
ported to R. Q. Dun A Co. throughout the
country for tbe last seven days number 100
as compared with 108 last week. Geogra
phical distribution New Knglund, U
xiiaaie siates, iu western, 20; Southern,
racinc states ami territories, 30; Cana
da, 81; and New York city, 8.
White Hall, III., July 28.-To.dsy'
Wnite Hall lieglster says that Mr. Fletcher
Cane has sold out to Palmer A Roberts, of
toe Koodbouse Journal, and that the mate
nai will be moved to that place. Mr. Rob-
ens win come to wnite Hall and represent
me negaters interests here, and It will ap
pear as s dally and weekly.
a riiiT wrrn hnivkh.
Two Colored Women Contend in Mortal
Combat, for the Affection of One Man.
New York, July 2H.-A desperate duel
with knives was fought yesterday morning
before daylight In a cabin on Crow Hill,
Brooklyn, called the Buffalo Inn, between
two colored amazons, known as Annie
Mitchell and Lizzie Stout. The cause
of tbe duel was a colored man named
Washington Jones, toward whom both
women entertained the warmest affectian.
ineyarana ireeiy at me oar, ana w bile a
song and drunken chorus was In full blast
into tbe dive walked Washington Jones.
Both women made a rush for him, but the
Mitchell woman reached him first and drew
a knife as xbe saw her rival approaching.
Her eyes flatbed fire i she raised tbe knife
in the air and shouted: "You pale-face
nigger, don't you come nigh dls
yer man, cause he's mine. If you
does I's gwlne ter cut you fo' sbu"
"Jones ain't no man o' yourn," cried the
mulatto woman. "He's done been mine
fo mo dan a year past and I spec dat I ain't
gwlne fo ter give him up to tlch a ugly old
squaw nsyou Is." "Here you, gals,"
put in Jones, "You Jest stop dls yer musi
right now. Spec I want fur to git cut my
self?" and be shook the Mitchell woi...ui
from his shoulder.
"YOU'8 GOT TO FIOHT ME NOW,
suah," screamed the mulatto. "I's ready
fur yer, honey, ' ' was tbe reply. In a mo
ment a space was cleared In tho dimly
lighted bar-room, and tbe fight began.
Both women rushed at each other with
drawn knives and slasned away at each
other most furiously. Soon they were
bleeding freely, and their screams and
yells as they fought over the chairs and
floor could be beard blocks away.
After awhile the Stout woman threw her
knife away and used her fists. Slie pound
ed tbe face of her antagonist to almost s
pulp, but received a frightful cut in her
left band. Just as tbe fight was at Its
height Roundsman Bedell, of the Twelfth
Precinct, rushed Into tbo saloon with a re
volver In bis hand and separated the com
batants. Tbe Mitchell woman threatened
to kill any one who came near ber, and so
tbe officer took ber Into custody. Both wo
men were frightfully cut and mangled.
They were arraigned in the Third District
Police court yesterday and Lizzie Stout
preferred a charge avainst the other wo
man. The examination was continued un
til next week. Washington Jones re
lilned apanhive spectator of the fight from
me Degtnning to the end and then retired
from the neighborhood.
Its Monotony Unrelieved Latesl
the Most Important Points-Confidence
on Both Sides.
New Yohk, July 28. To-day li the
ninth of tbe telegrapberi' itrike, but no
change hai taken place other than has al
ready been reported. Tbe operators hold
meeting! up town and receive telegrams
announcing tbe rapid dissolution of the
Western Union, and down town In the big
Broadway building tbe officials of the com
pany sit in their offices and read telegrams
predicting tbe speedy vlctoiy of the com
pany. The operating room above the
manager's office Is noisy with the slick of
tbe Instruments, and the encouraging words
of tbe chiefs are heard from one end of the
room to the other.
The American Rapid Telegraph company
was unquestionably crowded with work
yesterday. One hundred and sixty-one
men tat t the desks In the operating room
busy with the telegrams snd the kevs. A
large force at work to-morrow. The com.
pany has Increased Its rates to the schedule
of prices oharged by the Western Union
wiup-auj. xievortneicss me messages
come pouring In, and business, according
to Mr. Sherman, has Increased 100 per cent
wnnin me last twoniy-tour hours. Busl
neis men generally complain of the com
pany. wnue tbe bankers snd brokera wh
nave ipeciai wires do not feel the effect! of
me lime very much, the produce mer
cnanis ana ary goods dealeri lay that the
loss to tbem must be about 50 per cent.
At it. I.OQla.
St. Louu, July 28. So far as tbe iltua
tion In St. Louis is concerned there is no
change, Mortimer D. Shaw says: "We
are as confident as ever of the success, and
Pri7 mat can hold out tbe longest will
win. We have promise i of help from
many outside sources. The railroad oper
ators have made contributions to tbe relief
fund, and we will not have to suffer for
money. Our Information from the West.
Union office . is that the
operators there are
overworked snd that the
being terribly bungled. The
metsares receiver! tnr Irani.
miss on Is comparatively small; espooliilly
Is this tbe case with commercial business.
Mercbauu will not ruu the risk of l-.trust-Ing
Important business to wires controlled
by Incompetent operators. Reports from
11 oyer the country are very encouraging,
snd show that nearly all the offices are plied
with messages which It will .take days to
at t hie;.
Cbicaoo, Julv lift. KiinisHi.r.irtftatir
Clowry reoslved, this afterno on, the fol
lowing telegram from Mr. Soramervllle,
u, iituaiioD in new York city i
"Everything Is In good shape tisls morn
Ing. Tba papers derlds the bulletins read
bv the leaders In tha ii.i.,. ,
sbowlug that all circuits are blockaded with
w...i L . .
or tno.oulletlnsj assert that two-thlrds of our
ojrawn art sitting idle about the room
and the otter third la doing little on account
of tba treat falling off ta business. The In
vestigation allows that while members of
tbe Chamber of CommerM were holdlni a
meeting yesterday oalled by the members
IvahapurpoM ol dsaonrsshig tha tele
grnpn service, answers to their dispatches
were beiiii? received from St. Louis and
Chicago inside of nine minutes. Two msa
returned to work at Bradford."
PiTTHiit'ito, Pa., July 28.-Thls morn
Ing the check boys made a demand on tbe
We-tcrn I iilon for fltccn per cent, advenes
in their wages and shorter hours, but the
liicrciiso was refused. Atone o'clock tbli
afternoon rive boys and one delivery clerk
quit work. Their places were Immediate
ly supplied. The Western Uolon had flvi
accession to their operating force to-day,
and the strikers gained one from the Balti
more snd Ohio, The American Rapid II
doing a heavy business.. The Hriken ar
as firm and confident as ever.
Gai.vkhton, Tcx., July 28.-The News,
reviewing the business of tbe week, sayst
"For a single day one operator wai on
duly at the Cotton Exchange, but during
the remainder of the week the Exchangs
bad to depend on messages from central
omeci. These have come to band Irregu
larly, and at no time bat a complete re
port for the current markets been received.
The service has generally been unsatisfac
tory. FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
The Cholera Still Raging The Pope Pre
pairing a Letter-A New Way of
Crossing the English Channel
Ai.KXA.vr.RiA, July 28. -At Cairo, yes
terday, there were 277 deaths from cholera.
Among i he number are three British sol.
diets. AtChlbln there wars 10S deaths,
.Melialluf,:!, Santah and Ismallls 3, In
cludinif one lfrltlth soldier.
DEATHS IN CAIRO.
Cairo. July 28. --There was a rapid de
cream of the number of deaths from eholers
in the lloulak quarter of this city yesterday.
Eleven hundred of the Inhabitants havi
removed to Tourah.
London, July 28. The custom-bouts
authorities continue to give clean bills ol
heallli to persons leaving here. The in
spection ordered Ly the American Con
Miluto so far has shown no case of cbolers
or coiitajjlous disease on vessels sailing for
London, July 2H. The amount of bul
lion gmie Into the Bank of England oa
balspi-e to-day Is jDtf.OOO.
TKKKV'S TIIICYCLE RIDE.
DooKit, July 28. A man named Terry
left here at nine this morning on a floating
tru ycle to cros tbe channel to France,
Bkhi.iv, July 28.-Thn Cathollo Blahopi
have begun to use tho power granted them
under the provisions of tho government'!
church bill rcc-ntly passed. They havs
ordered all vicars and oandldatetfor priest
bond lo return to Prussia.
I It F.I. AMD.
!rii!.!N, July 2. Owing to tbe quiet-
ness of the country the government has
dispensed with tho services of Clifford
Lln.wl, the resident magistrate, rrnm fha
spinal duty to which he bad been tempo
icoME, July 28, It Is roported that th
pope is drarilng an encyclical letter against
JULY 28, 1883.
i i-ir Tftlvo and firmer; 6Vr0s
.! ' jfcWtJO; mixed packing
heavy packing and shipping
W Mta 81);
j oto,l 15,
CATTLE Strong and actlrej exports
$5 !;fa)ti Jo ; good to choice shippers $ Wii
h K; common to fair H &06 40,
CATTLE Export steers p HWMQO; god
to heavy do $5 3&iV) 75; light to fair $4 8fra
5 10; co.nmonto medium H 40W Hi; fair
to good Colorado 60; southwest. S3 To
mx; Cirast TcxansM i!CM 76; light to
good stockcrs $4 Wfa3 76; fair to good feed
ers $3 KtfcM 20; gootl sows and heifers ftO
1 40; so ilia wags $2 75T43 00; good cows and
KHEEl' Steady, but quiet at unchanged
prices. Common to medium $3 23
CtiHM; fair to good 13 0X9400; prim
$4 10ri60; Tensas W 6003 75; stoduts
HOGS Strong; demsnd good,
small. Light to good Yorkers $0 200 fo;
good to choice pscking $5 4006 lit
butchers $) 800 20; skips and eulls UN
WHEAT Lower; closing at tl 01 V
August; $103W September; f 1 04
October; $1 00 November; $1 01 year.
CORN Lower; 61 H July; 61 August;
&0W0'i September; 60 October; 46K
OATS Lower; 31 July; 27i August;
2fi V September; 27V October; 20 X year.
WHEAT Lower; doting at $1 03 a.
July; 1 03V August; $1 00 Septem
ber; $1 08 X October; $1 10 Jiovembert
1 03S year.
CORN- Lower; 46'( August; 47?
Seoteinlmr; 48 October; 41X I). vear.
OATS-Lower: 24 July; SeX August;
24 September; 23 year.
WHEAT August $1 iVC, September
$1 !'; October $1 18 ; November
SI 20 S,
t'OKN-Aiigust CU ; September 61X;
BITTER Creamery at 10r320
for t'tiuioe to fancy, tojiror selsotlons;
overlieaied or poor at dairy rates; dairy
at l.Vrfli for cholcs to fancy; fair to sood
WdVXx common I0. Country packed-
pun atiti unciiangeu; son-clod IM10, med
ium )'ri, low grade SrH,
r.m.f oieauy at no ratHllea or
uwme tor enoiee iniii Kt snippers' count.
I'OI LTHY-Domand fair for choloa
springs, nut otner description
(llllet, Ws OUOtei Nnrlna-
Chlckelis-Sinall SlOl 60l fair t
good II 75(2; choice to faney large $2 26V3
sou. fining uncus umaiW. Uldohlck-ens-cocks,
$303 26; mixed 3 iWiW'.
bens A 76,
Wheat arrlvod dull and heavy ; eorn un
changed. Wheat to arrive dulland heavy,
corn dull and easier. Mixed American
corn declined 3d. Weather lo JEogltad
Wheat not much doing. Mixed west
eorn quiet. Demand for wheat from
United Jalofdeoi snd ConuuentBot
health and avoid sickness.
Instead of feeling tired and
worn out, instead of aches
and pains, wouldn't you
rather feel fresh and strong?
You can continue feeling
miserable and good for no
thing, and no one but your
self can find fault, but if you
are tired of that kind of life,
you can change it if you
How? By getting one
bottle of Brown' Iron Bit
ters, and taking it regularly
according to directions.
Mansfield. Ohio. Nov. 6. i J8i.
Gentlemen : I have suffered with
pain in my awe- ana Dick, and great
ten Jed wil
i my Dreast, wita ilioot.
ill through my body, at
1 great wealcneaa. rlrnrM.
aion of spirits, and lost of appe
tite. I have taken several different
tnedlcinei, and was treated by prom- -
liieht f,y;iCins for my livsr, k jrf. '
neys, and spleen, but I JPUW
I thought I would try brown's Iroa
Bitters; I have now taken one bottle
and a half and am about well pain
In side and back all gone soreness
all out of my breast, and I have a
good appetite, and am gaining in
strength and flesh. It can justly be
John K. Allindm.
Brown's Iron Bitters is
composed of Iron in soluble
form; Cinchona the great
tonic, together with other
standard remedies, making
a remarkable non-alccholic
tonic, which will cure Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Malaria,
Weakness, and relieve all
Lung and Kidney diseases.
rpilKCll Y NATIONAL HANK.
Of Cairo, lllinolbi.
"1 OHIO LEVEE.
A General liaukliitr HuHinesg
JNTEUPIUSE SAVING BANK.
KXCLt'SIVKLY A SAVIXUS KAXK,
FLOUB, QBAIN AND HIT
Hlrbm Tasb Prlr Paid for Whesif.
PROrniBTOU OF 8FROAT8 PATINT
' RKFItlOKHATOR OARS,
WholoHnlo Dealer In Ioe.
ICFBVTHE CAR LOAD OR TON.WEU
PACKED FOR SUIPPING
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Cor.Twelltli Street and Leyee.
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