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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY MORNINft, MhYflUiM.
. A liuust-hoM Artlcln for Universal
For Hcarlttt and
Typhoid Fever a,
Sore Th rout, Nmall
i'ox, Mi-unli-H, and
11 Contagious 1 (Isi-am-ii. IVroiM waiting on
tin Sick should toe II freely. Scarlrt K-vc-r lias
never lx-en known l spread when- tlic lluid wan ,
used. Y'tllciw Fever has been cuml with it uftnr
blitck vomit liatl titki-n tiliuo. The worst
cases of Diphtheria yield to it.
.riie refreshed nnd and
Ii-! Nnrert iirv-tit- I'tTTINii of SiDnfl
)1 by battling with
Impure Air made
harmless nnd puriti-il.
Fur More Throat it i ar
For fronted I m l,
Holt White C'omplHX-
ions secured by its use.
Hhlu Fever prevented.
A member dfmy fam
ily w;u taken with)
Small pn. I used the
Fluid ; the patient wa
n t delirious, was not
pitted, and was. about
the house again in three
weeks, and no others
had it. -J. W. I'ahk.
To iiui'iff the itrealli. 1
Cfeaniie the Teeth,
It can t be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
Dyaeute. J cui rrl.
Wounds healed rapidly.
An A iitidote for A nini.il
or Vegetable i'uituus,
1 used tlia- rluid during
our present affliction with
bcarlel Kcver with do
tided advantage. It it
InditpcmMile to the w. It
room. -Wit. F. Sanu
roD, Eyrie, Ala.
The physician here
use Dirliyt fluid very
successfully in the treat
ment of Diphtheria.
A. bTOt.LHNWKKt. K,
Tetter dried up.
l item purified and
In r.Hen of Death It
should he useil about
the corpse it wilt
prevent any unpleas
'I he eminent I'hr
rtbiiiu, ,1. M tltlON
MMs, M. II., New
Yoi It, s.ivs: " I am
convinced I'r f liarbyt
Prophylactic Fluid is a
Vanderbllt I'nlverslty, Naithvllle, Tenn.
1 testify to the most e' client qualities of 1'rof
Darbys Prophylactic rkii-l. As a disinfectant and
detertjent it is both theoretic ally and practically
aupenor to any preparation with svlm h I am ac
quainted. N. T. LuniiN, i'rof. Chemistry.
Darbys Fluid la K roimnenri.-d by
lion. Alsxanuih II. Sr i w km-., uf (icorjiia:
Rev. Chav F. Ukum-,, D.D., Chuuh of tbe
Strangers, N. Y.;
Jos. LrConti, Columbia, Pr .f., University, S.C.
Kev. A. J. Hatti i, Pr-.f, NJ.-ri.er University;
Kev. (jxo. F. I'iKKca, Ibslwp M. I-;. Cliun.lt.
INIJISPKNStUI.K TO KVKKV HOME.
Perfectly ham.h-ss. Used internally or
eiternally for Man or ISeat.
The Fluid has breo thoroughly tested, and we
have abundant evidence that it has done everything
here claini-d F ir lulUr information g- t of your
Jnigisl a (lainplilel or send to the proprietors,
J. ii. zni.ix co.t
ManuCirturiiiR Chemists, I'll II.AI I.I'IIIA.
WE will pr ih ftbnt rtwd lfrnt ruejof iJtit fmtr1rnt
f)ftpiia huk HevUci, Ini'ftXw, V-DtVVm nrCuatmr.,
WtnamwK wivi Vtftt'i iiui -I Lttvr Iti.a, m(v tfct aire.-.
Uonttr Mrklijf enjfli4 with. 1tujr rrr irgubl, tvM
Mf lO f1 4tU(aV.tUn. fliteft CtXaUsl. l-k'tf U'lM.I'WW
UlnUit t ilu fnu Kf Mil y all d'vrl'- Hwr t
txiftWrftlu tfl llTiilAlUrfii. Tt ft.o u rna-ii-f. li.w 4 atnlr by
JOHN C. WKsT k Co., ll k ls w. tun. hi, Clikt-
Health is Wealth !
IB li. V.Vk'tT'H SltRTB AND ltM!f TBMT.
HINT, n pti.-irHtitiHvi Piwttin fur HyMeria. llir.it.
neaa, ('ajiivnlnionn. rite. Nervon NoiinilKia,
HcsHilfich", Nervotis Prtw'rntion ciniwrl by the 1114
of alnodel or tolwoco. ViikHfulmn. Jlcuml Utv
preeeion. HofU'iiing of th Urnt'i n-Mtltirm in in
aanity ami h-mlinu to nnwry, tlmiy ami h-th,
I'remRtttru Old Ac", Hnrroiineiw. liee, f Jiw-r
in either acr. Involunbiry lamMti and Hpermnu
orrhrra cntimti hyovnwxertion of thehniin.aeif.
ahum or iivi'r-iinliilktnnw. fcieh Imh ctitjtnina
one month'a treatment, $I.Hi Ikx.itix Ixui-a
for f-'iOJU, sent by mail pmrnidon reeeiptnf prit-o.
W4 til-ARAXTKK HIV ItOi:s
To cure nny carw. With earli order repnivod Itytta
for atx btixen. Hr-comptinied with t'u1", wo will
end the purxiiadiT our written ptminnti'O to n.
fundtho money if the tn-iittnnnt tloMtuutelli-ut
cure. (jiiHruuViw ikih-U otilyhy
1 1 AUH Y W. SCIIU1J.
Drtmnlst. Cur. Commercial vo. . ft Irtih nt., Cairo.
Q.EOUGE II. LEACll, M.I).
PHYSICIAN it SURGKON.
Bpeclal attention puldto tho II nmo pathlc In-nt-tnettt
or rurKlcitl dlsoiics, and d'neuu.t of wonieu
and rb tlreu.
OKFICK-On Ilia ti-uol. iippi.mto tlio l'ot
oflloe, Cairo, 111.
JJU. J. K. rtTRONU,
123 Coiniiicrciiil Ave, Cairo, 111.
VAl'Oll, BI.K'JTRO-VAI'OU and MKDICATltl)
A lady lit aUuinlnncu.
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
D K NT 1ST.
OFKH'K ElehtS HtrrBt, near Cnran err.lal Avenoa
R. E W. W1IITLO0K,
Orrtoi-No. W Udintnarrlal Avinitm, b-ilweaB
Krrt'i and Ninth Htranta
Shop on IlallltWy Avtutte. Wwtinn riiirih and
BUth Slreuli, Cairo, lllluoli,
tVAII klnila ol IlKlit and linavy hUo'tntnllhltifr,
wagon and carriage work donu In the nioi-l wotk
maollka manner, llnrtu-abuulng t pacinlty kud
flUfMUon guarau ItMd .
BScarlotFovcr 1 1
I Cured, j j
J. F . - - -LJU
THE ENGULFED TOWN.
The Viotims of the Earthquake Num
ber 2,000 Killed and 1,000
Carey, the Informer, Killed by a Fellow
Passenger Tull Particalari
Tbo Cholera General
LoNDox, July 30, A (llnpatca from
Nupleti, Just received, a;i)n: "It la nuw
staUtd thut the cumber of perauna killed by
I be varllntiitke on the IhUiiiI of Ucbla on
(Saturday nlt;lit vtraa 2,000, and number Of
A K'tENTIHT'a OriXIOK.
Vim.kh, July SO.-rrof. I'almlerl, tba
tllret-.tor of the Mcteere4(tral Obaarvatory
on Mount Veauvlua, lUtea that the disaater
on the inland of Iachta an Saturday night
wna nift due to an earthquake, but to a tub
aldencenf the ground. Tbo acenea bere
oeeaKloned by tbe accident are heartrend
ing. 'I' be boHpitaU art cro wded with tba
vsotnided sttrvrvori and tbe dead. Houku
are lilled with tbe bodlei of the vlctlmt.
Tbe bodieaof aevrral Neapolitan ladita bavt
beet' recovered from tbo rutn. Fiva
houaea remain standing at Caaataioviola.
CRIK8 FOR HELP
can he heard coming from ta ruiaa. Tbe
'Pliers arc bard at vtark
re:uc pei'Hona tlll alive,
tbe ialaod are filled with
The boat from
dead bodlei ar-
riving here constantly.
Many women aad children war among
'lie victim of the earthquake at Isehia.
Kitty woodf a buta will be built Immediately
for tbe ai-ceniinodatioa of tbo aurvlvori.
Tbe niunk-lpal authorities of Maple) are
tending relief to the IhUrad and duing all
In tbeir power to allevlau tbe dMreai of
the people, Tbe moat of. tlw corpaea re
covered are ao UiacoloreU by atrrt that even
after they have been waabed taetr featurea
are unrecognizable. All tbe nenbers of
the police at Caaamleeiola are killed. A
boat ha arHred from Naples contalnleg the
bodies of twenty-four Infanta. A few per
sona were taken from tbe ralna alive last
cveuing. Klght buudred more weat to the
suciie ot dli-anter.
with Hit residue of the Italian volcanic
inland, baa been sublet to more a Icm of
Mthterranran disturbances for centuries,
ever and anon causing tbe oid blue bay te
hurl ha angry billows (Mi tbe eurkawly In
Tbe little Island, wbanearea is arajy about'
W Mti.tre mllua, and whuee circumference
will hardly meaaure 19 wiles, is singularly
dotted wiUi volcanic cooes. Beautiful
r-eeticry ktretches through tbe narrow
val!eva between thewe cosea, aad a luiuri
ant and almost tropical vegetation flour
iabra during many montba of the year. It
baa alao attracU-d considerable attention
Ittcaiiao of Its mineral springs and sand
belli, i.tld to be among tbe most beaeticlal
In Kurope, sad haaos n for years a resort
for Intporteat folia. Tbe peculiar lobular
and i-ceentric geocraphr-al dltuatJoti of tbe
ialand has added much to the strong
idioftyncrscle of the Inhabitant, the ma
jority of whom are either thhermeu or
farmer. Tbe volcanic outbreak of March,
ISM, occaaloticd a lerriUe los of life.
Lomdon, July 3U. lnielllgenoe hat Just
been received bere that Jaraei Carey, tbe
informer in tbt I'to-rrix Park murder cases,
was shot dead Snoday on tbe steamship
Melroae while she was between Cape
Town. and Fort Elizabeth. Tbe deed was
committed bf a fcUow-pasHeager named
O'Donnell took paaaage bere by the
steamship Kinfaunt Cattlle, which left
Dartmouth on tbe 6th for Cape Town,
where the transferred brr paaaengerk wbo
were destined to I'ort Eltialxjtb,
Natal and other eoaat porta, to I team
ship Melroae. Tbe report of the tabootlng
of Carey cauaed Inteaee exciteaient la tbe
West End of London and in tbe House of
D1U BE WAS SHOT.
LavsuoN, July 80, p. in. Later advices
about Uie killing of Jamea Carer tbow be
was sbot while randuvg from tbe Melrose
at Pert Elisabeth. O'Dennell, bis slayer,
it in cutitody. Tbe government had taken
special and expentivt measures to protect
Berliv, July 30. No rainlrters will be
prerteul at the Interview between the Em
peror of Germany and the Emperor of
The Crown Trlnce of Austria will at
tend the grand manaouvert of the German
AMEKICAN I'OKK ,
Bkemin, July SO. -Tbe Senate hu Issued
an order to captains of all vesnela arriving
from America with pickled pork as part ot
thulr cargo to notify the customs aulhuri
llei of the quantity they have on board un
der pain of 300 markt lined for neglect to do
THE CUKM CONQHX80.
Kl RMt'KO, July 80 At Ube cheat
rongrt-M here Wlnawer won the first prize,
lllackburn the second and Maaen tblid.
Alexandria, July 30. iu analyin
us lici'u made of tbe water of tho Nile,
lili!h Mtows that It Is lufnnted with putrid
in tiler to above tho cataracts.
DEATHS IN ALEXANDRIA.
Alexandria, July 30. Four deatba
from cholera occurred here yesterday.
Sr. Petehhburo, July 10. -One hun
dred aud eighty housci have been destroyed
b) Ire iu the town of Scmsnou Id the gov
oinmeut of Nlbnee Novgorod.
l.sisllsMMia net Mnlolele.
MiNNEArui.ln, Ka,, July 80. Tbo
newt hat Junt been rrcolved hore from Del
pbos, a atatlou twele miles tip tbe railroad,
that II. Teed, an old olttien of that place,
coiumlltetl utilcldo lata tSnndsy afteinoou
ata milghbor'i house ly thootlag himself
Iu the hack ej the head with a revolver. lie
died !( at tilebt from the effects of tho
wound, Lobolttirjis and other trsu Wet was
thecaust. Ho wat a widower aad had con
Another all nlght'i rain vttlttil thin
omtty last nlgt, making the cora crop
anin tm,ih) ainM-
UrowtMw WhiU Balktlag,
Kkyv Yoke, July 30. Samuel Pollock, of
6S Eighty -third street, a member of the
firm of Pollock A Co., dry goods mer
hanU, Montgomery, Ala., wat drowned
yesterday at Long Branch. He, bla nlfe
and four children were bathing opposite the
Hotel Itrlghton, Hit wife was on (bore,
and after leading the children out of tbe
water be returned alone and swam nut
ome distauee, disregarding the bathing
Hunter's warning. Getting into a track
eddy, which forms a strong curretit for the
tbore, and lindlag himself unable to make
way again! it he cried for help, ffni,
l.ovell, tbe book-maker, wbo was lu the
water, went to bis assistance. The
drowning man seized bim and
both went under. Lovell freed
himself with difficulty Juat as Joseph Em
mons, tbe bathing mater, swam out to
tbi-m. The two seized Mr. Pollock, but
could do notblug against the strong cur
rent. After struggling fe' some minutes
both men became exbautcd and were
compelled to loose their held on Mr. Pol
lock in order toaave their own lives. Mr.
Pollock sank and was carried out by the
current. Lovell and Emmons barely es
caped downing and were completely ex
hausted on reaching the tbore. Both say
that M-. Pollock was dead before they
Tayt aietanlalt Nlnlaler'a Malri,
Nkw Yore, July 30. The body of
Senor Kaico, the SpanUb M In later to the
l iiited States, wbo committed suicide In
the Albemarle Hotel yesterday, has been
removed qto tbe honieflof frlcndt. The
Scimr hud taken quiirten at tbe hotel
last .Saturday, aud was in commltation
with hi secretary until 2 o'clock yetter
day morning. lie then retired, and when
Secretary Juarez returned tt 6 o'clock last
eveiiing,the MinUterwat lying on the floor,
Mono V ad. On tbe bed lay a 41-calibre
Colt navy revolver. Five of the chambers
were empty, and on examination it wat
found that the minuter bad tired one ball
into bis rlnht temple, piercing tbe brain,
and eaualng Instantaneous death. Twenty
letiera addreKaed to frienda and relative
were aeaitered on the table, and have bea
ent to tbeir dextiiiations. No explan
ation other than that of financial
embarrassment is given for tbe suicide.
The nilnlstHf was fifty-two years of age,
and bud aerved in various honorable po
sitions in Spain. Hie wife and daughter
ate now Paris, bat have been notified of
row ad Dessvd la Bed.
Nkw York, July 30. George Shcppsrd
and wife were found dead In bed in a fur
nished room In Twenty-tecond street, both
sbot thjotiifb the head. It is supposed to
Ire a case of murder and suicide. Tbe man
l about 30 years of age and his wife
C'i. The motive for the tragedy it not
A M.4HTH AIB HHIP.
How tt waa Conatructsd and Equipped
Its Bta-t on a Voyage.
Nkw York, July 30. -A special dispatch
to the Herald from Paris tays a balloon as
cent of more than ordinary interest aud im
portance took place last evening from the
gas-works of La Vilictte, in the northeast
quarter of Paris. It was made under tbe
auspices of the Societe Francab-e de Navi
gation Aerieuue. Tbe balloon is one of tbe
largest ever made. It is the property of
Cotntc de Dion and M. licmblelinsky.
With these two gentlemen In the car were
M. Krauchctta and M. Du Savuclle, meteor
olnirlsis, all four beta; scientific amateurs
devoted to tho science of aerostation. Tho
capacity of tbe balloon is 4,000 cubic meters
and its weight 3J0 kilogrammes, tbe car
weighing 180 kilogrammes. Tbe balloon and
its equipment presented several novel
features of great interest and value to tbe
study of aerial navigation. The principal
of these is tbe Invention of the Comtc do
I)ion himself. Tbe balloon which has just
quitted the earth at La Villette la a double
balloon, so to speak. Over the ordinary
oiled silk of which the balloon proper lg
made, Is a covering of while calico, which
extends over iu upper half. From thla
outer covering a long funnel of oiled tllk
extends downward and connects with a
ventilating machine attached to4bo outside
of the car, which, by turning a crank,
tends a blast of cold air out of tbe funnel
aud underneath the outer layer. Hie ob
ject of thin is to place a layer of cold air
between the coverings which eball preserve
the gas in Use haiJoou from being unduly
influenced by the rays of the tun.
Another novelty waa the method of at
taching tbe car to tbe baJJoou, tbe cords be
ing arranged in a aeientifiu syatem of trian
gulatlon, enabling the weight of tbe car to
be equally dbrtrlbuted arevdHsclrcum Ter
ence aud keeping it In a perfectly horizon
tal position In npite of aay shifting of weight
within it. In mimical parlance the car
would always b trimmed. Tbe anchor
Ibtclf was soother novelty, consisting of a
number of formidable looking flukes, to
arranged that tbey could not fail to bold, or
least catch on any obstacle which they
might meet. It was attached to a powerful
hawser, waicb Itself weight 120 kilo
grammes. Tbe anchor looks at if, with tho
vast balloon exerting Hi power above
It, It could uproot a forest
or unroof a bouse with ease, and at a mat
ter of fact the engineer and meteorologist,
U'. du SavueHe, Informod me that the an
chor and cable fuild resist a wind blowing
with an energy Tfl twenty-flvo metres a tec
ond. Tbe car it of extremely neat basket
work, light and yet strong. It la comforta
bly lined with padded grey American cloth
with cano teals. Over the lockers at the
east end it It oblong, aad there wat ample
room for the four aeronauts, their aoientlflo
instruments, laid on a wicker table, and
for tin bam pert of provlsioni with which
the travelers are te make good cbeor be
twixt earth aud heavon. Two prize car
rier pigeons completed the living freight of
the car, Tbey will bo released to bear the
news of the voyage. The scientific Instru
ments are of tbo finest quality, and
comprise a hydrometer for the
measurement of the moisture or dry
nest of the atmosphere, a ptjrchrometr for
measuring the tension of aqueeui vapor,
an anevrold burometer, and an extremely
sensitive metallic thtrraomoter. The
scientific equipment of tho balloon was com
pleted by some beautiful little electrlo
UghU, with their complement of charged
butteries, among thorn being a tiny eleo
trio bull'a-oye lautorn, tho rayi of which
might require attention, I ranit net forget
tho silver-plated speaking trumpet, through
which In due time a stentorian voice will
auiiounoo to tcrrlflod peasants or a startled
aea captain the proNouos of tha heaven de
scentied visitors. Tbo hour of ascending
was fixed for 040 e'clook, but ii was after
10 before tho ascension took place. Grad
ually tbo balloon, borne oa a southwest
wind, grew dim and vaubabed In the iky.
Tho plgtont will bring news from It to
ntffcl, perhaps from the Shsns
THE TELEGRAPHERS' STRIKE.
Th Operator! More Confident Thin Ever
- No Change of Importance.
It. Louis, July 80. The striking tele
graph operators are, If possible, more con
fident than ever that they will succeed.
Nothing new transpired to-day, and Strom
tbe standpoint of news there was very little
U report. On 'Change the service had
Improved considerably and the dissatisfac
tion was lest general. Tbe market reports,
as quoted on the boards, were full, and In
most cases satisfactory at tho Western Un
ion. Manager Browu stated that everything
was going on moat satisfactorily. A strik
ing operator said that the men were Iu the
best humor possible, and were sure of suc
cess. He declared that there was no In
tention whatever of culling out tho railroad
men, and that such a thing would not be
done, save perhaps in the event that men
wore discharged from tbe railroad offices
because they belnugcd to the Brotherhood,
in which case it would be fair to retaliate
by calling out the men.
At New York.
JlEvr York, July 3D. There Is very little
new in the telegraph war. The threatened
strike of the railroad operators is not
ordered yet. Five members of the Brother
hood returned to their desks this morning
In New York: two at Montreal, and one
each at Raleigh, N. C, aitd Richmond,
Va. Business at tho Western Union ofiico
was cleared Sunday night and is now
movlnir promptly. Tbe strikers are still
firm and express conftilence of success.
A Mnreeastal Strike.
St. Louis, July 2. Tbe waiters' ttrike
proved short aud successful. The restaur
anteurs w ho favored a reduction of waiters'
wages from $8 to 7 per week found them
selves compelled to restore old prices be
cause of their inability to procure the
needed help at tbe lower rules. To-day
the old bands are in their old places at the
old wages, and everybody is satisfied.
At Kaai Frnacisoo.
Ban Francisco, July 30. The theatrical
performance Sunday evening at the Grand
Opera-boue for tbe benefit of the striking
operators, under the auspices of tho
Knights of Labor, notted $3,003; gross re
ceipts about '(3, 500. x
Indianapolis, July 80. The meeting
which was called for to-morrow of tbe rep
resentatives of tbe Boards of Trade in tbo
Mississippi Valley, to consider telegraph
matters bas been indefinitely postponed.
An ImnaeataeBuNliiess Fall are.
Boston, July 30. The Journal states
that Charles W. Copelaad & Co., shoe
manufacturers, have indefinitely sus
pended. The liabilities amout to 750,000,
which the firm says it has sufficient asaets
to cover. The firm has several New York
connections, and some of the liabilities are
due in that city. The failure as said to be
due to the sudden pressure of several
large obligations, and the firm in Justice to
its creditors, has decided to suspend oper
ations until an understanding can be ar
rived at. The tuperiotendent rccetvetl
word from Copelund. who is absent, to
suspend business Indefinitely and to take
an account of stock and pav tbe hclpall that
was due them. The firm Las factories in
Brocton, Natlck, North Abingdon and
Medway, and employs altogether about
The house of Charles W. Copeland &
Co., whose failure was announced to-day,
was established under the title of P. & U.
Copeland Co. lu 1834. and now consists o
Charles W. Copeland and Arthur W.
Stcdman, tbe branch firm being located In
New York under tbo title of Stedman A Co.
Copeland stated their liabilities amounted
to 1750,000, and tha aaweta, If certain large
claims which ho wifl not at present specify
could be secured, would leave a surplus of
OX). Tbe chief business bad been tha
manufacture of nicna' boots and shoes.
Copland is not prepared to assign any
special cause for the failure beyond the
claims intimated, but it is learned from
othsr sources that it waa largely due to tho
failure of lloffhcimer & -Son of Norfolk, W.
N. Toller & Co. of Baltimore and Stedman
tt Co. of New York, with each of which
firms Copeland tt Co. had extensive deal
ings. It is understood that they hold a
large amount of paper of Uoffhcimer & Son
anil Toller tt Co., but It It expected that
little relief can be bod from these sources.
The Journal says: "Stedman A Co.,
shoo dealers, of Yew York, have suspend
ed, lu connection with Copeland & Co., of
wblch house tbey are a branch. It is also
announced that W. N. Toller A Co., shoe
dealers, of Baltimore, have suspended, iu
connection with the Copeland failure, and
that Hoffhelmer A Son, of Norfolk, Va.,
are iu trouble from the name cause."
A BIO ASSIGNMENT.
Boston, July 30. Tho Journal tays K.
Shaw A Bros., tbe largest tanners in the
world, made an assignment to-day to A,
Wytnan. Total iibilitlea cannot be given,
but the total assets are given- at ffi, 000,000.
They were creditors to Charles W. Cope
land it Co. to the amount of $200,000.
Lancaster, Pa., July SO. Reports from
all sections of tbe country show that the
hall aud rain storm on Sunday night was
more destructive than indicated bv tbe
earliest reports. Over a thousand acres of
growing tobacco was completely destroyed.
Much, however, is tusured. '''lie streams
are greatly swollen aad several bridges are
Wariiinoton, July SO.-Surgeon-aen-eral
Hamilton, of tho Marino Hospital ser
vice, received a cable from Havana, stutldg
4hat the City of Merlda, from Vera Crux to
New York, left eleven cases of yellow fe
ver at that port. ' Tbo steamer wat disin
fected. Now llanspaalre Meimlorsblp.
Concokk, N. II., July 30. Tho result of
the ballot for United States Senator to-dav:
Austin F. Pike, I; Jacob U. Oallitiger, ii;
Oilman Maraton, 3; Harry Blubain, 7;
Wm. E. Chandler, 9; total, 23. No quorum
in either House.
Tbe Bad 7 Fanssal,
Cincinnati, July 30. Some workmen
digging gravel In the vicinity of the Cincin
nati Southern railroad depot thlt morning
discovered the body of young Wefer, wbo
wat lost there last February at the time
the flood iwept away a portion of tba depot.
A Vatal Saarrl.
Trot, M. T., Mj M.-Pstriek Moutton
wat killed by Beraastf MoOaaVsy this morn
ing, both ttrvot-Uborors. McCaffrey,' who
it arrived, asiws skat Mstattn U salted
mm ear 8) 1
Tha Mala al Talol4 Uttrl.
8cr aNton, Pa., July 30. Health Offlcer
Bultlvatt has begun a little war against the
dealurH Chicago dressed beef that It at
tracting much attention. H has mads a
personal Investigation Into the large in
crease in rases of disease this summer.
Nearly every case inquired into showed
that the victim bad eaten imported beef,
and upon examining some of the meat in a
refrigerator U found that nearly all of It
waa unfit for food. From one quarter ho
cut pleees which, when placed under a
glass, were Keen to he iwarmlng with living
atilmalrultr. Most of the sickness, tbellealth
Officer says, exists In tba outlying por
tions of the city, where peddlers have been
vending meat from wagons. They (It tit la
the stuff because It was cheaper than the
good article. rr. Sullivan has ordered that
each c:tr load of beef arriving here shall
undergo personal Inspection before being
The Hi. I.oui Pttalraaelaralilp.
Washington, July 80. It has been
virtually decided to recommlsalon
Samuel Hays, present Incumbent of the
St. Louis postnftlee. Beforo leaving Wash
ington lite Picsldent and Poslmate-Uen-eral
Umham decided on the names of a
it umber of gentlemen who will be appointed
postmasters at Presidential offices during
the President's absence, the blanks having
been signed and left with tbe postoffl e au
thorities for the purpose. Postmaster-General
firesham will not return to Washington
until next Saturday. He will go at far at
Chicago with the President'i party.
Saratoga, July 30,-First race, one
mile-Ascfindor',102 rbs., first : Owen Bow
ling, 105 lbs., second; Carson, 113 lbs.,
third. Nine started. Time 1:45 W.
Second race, otto mile and five furlongs-
Drake Carter, 107 lbs., first;
Blazes, 110 Its., econd; Jim Nel
son. 113 lbs., third. Three started. Time
Third race, for two-year-olds, fivo furlong-
Ktcliard L., first; Bridget tec
ond; Bob Mav third. Eleven k tar ted.
Defeatltns; Ilia Mater's lloaar.
Hat) Uii, III., July 30. Wesley Jacobs
was killed by three blows of Leo liona's
fist Sunday evening. It was reported that
he attempted some time ago an assault on
a young sister of Boon's, who, meeting Ja
cobs In the saloon of Thomas Elliott of
Brt-wervllle. a village fourteen miles from
Red Bud, got Into au altercation with blta
and a tlibt followed, with tbe results above
stated. Coroner Leining, of Red Bud, was
summoned, and has not et returned.
Off for tbe I.onlavlMa ExpoAtlloas.
Chicago, July 30. Gen. Sheridan,
Gen. (Jnint and party of gentlemen left for
Louisville by a special train this morning,
where they are to meet President Arthur
at the opening of the Exposition lu that
city. Tbey will return to Chicago Wed
nesday and Join the reception to be tendered
tbo President on Thursday.
Crushes! by a Traslm.
Jkuskyvili.r, III., July 30. Oscar
Brussclback, aged 17 years, was run over
by a construction trtln heret 4 o'clock to
duy, wblch crushed bis right leg bet een
the knee and ankle. Amputatiou has been
Killed lu a Hlao.
Caki.invii.le, III., July 30. Two miners
named Harry Stasis and George Kelter
were instantly killed in Loomhs' ceal mine
Sunday by tbe f.-tlling of a slate roof.
Washington, July 30. The President
and party left for Louisville at 4 o'clock
this morning via Chesapeake aud Ohio
JULY 30, 1883.
HOGS-Opcned weak at 1810o
lower; light $5 75(30 40; mixed packing
and shipping 6 Tfi'svO 05.
CATTLE Export stwers $575fiM90; good
to heavy do & liurat.j 50; light to fair $4 Soft
5 DO; co.nmonto medium 4 UKa 85; fair
to good Colorado $4fr45 60; southwest $3 75
f4S."; grass Texans $3 25ft4 76; light to
good stockers $1 Md3 76; fair to good feed
ers 3 8504 '20; good sow and heifers f4fa)
4 40; scAllawags $! IbCM 00; gsod eowt aud
SHEEl' Steady, but quiet at unchanged
prices, with a fair local demand, l'riues
unchanged, the range being from $2 2.V9
4 50 for common to prime; laaibt i 'AH
WHEAT Higher; closing at
August: $103 Seotember;
October; $1 (HJW November; $1 00 St' year.
COKN-Lower; 61 July; W August;
60 V Septomber; 60X Oct her; 46 X
UATS-Hlgber: 30 July; 2SW August;
27H September; 20 Y October; year.
WHEAT Higher; closing at $1 04 X a.
Julv; H 04 H August; $1 07 St Septem
ber; $1 00 Vi October; 1 1U November;
$1 04 a year.
CORN-- Firmer; 47 August; 48
September; 48 October; 41 year.
OATS-Ktmer; 24 July; 23V August;
24 V September; 23V year.
WHEAT August $1 13 : September
ft 16.V; October $1 17V; 1 November
f 1 I'.IH .
CORN August 60V b.; September fili
OctoberOlS'; November HIV.
BUTTER Creamery sells at 1IV820
for choice to fancy, to 21 for selections;
ovei ln aieU or poor ut dairy rates; dairy
al l.VriW for choice to fancy; fair to good
100112: common Stiflt). Country (rocked
Dull and unchanged; selected VidlO, tutid
luiu Wi low grade 5w(.
KGOS Moderately active at Ho candled
and tiorlOc for choiea marks shippers' ac
count. POULTRY Quiet and unchanged. We
quote: Spring chickens Small UOl 50;
fair to good $1 "Mi; choico to fancy large
U 25WJ 50. Spring ducks Yi'XtfMK. Old
chickens-Cocks, flfi J 25 ; mixed $3100
Silt); hens -til 7..
nous-Supply large and buyers holding
off for declines; sales small atfWoilOo low
er, llulcliers Dttid i& WtatHJ: other salna
at 40 6iifiM tW; a lot of choice Yorkers
brought 0 25.
etilhcr in England unsettled. No. 9
ipring and red winter wheat off coast
deolluctl 3d; California wheat off coast de
clined Oil; California wheat to arrive de
clined lid; rod winter wheat to arrive de
cllned tlii. Mixed American eern to arrive
declined Hit. Spot wheat rather dull; No.
H spring wnratw ia; o. spring sons
In niarki. Mixed westora corn dull and
easier at fisUMd. Demand ut muck
doing In United Klagtleta and CsMiloaBl
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, i83i.
Gentlemen : I hava suffered with
pain in my side and back, and great
aorcnesa oa my breast, with shoot
ing pains all through my body, at
tended with great weakness, deprea.
aion of spirits, and Iota of appe
tite. I have taken several different
medicines, and wai treated by prom
inent physicians for my liver, kid-
neys, and spleen, but Igot no relief,
I thought I would try Brown's Iron
Bitten; I have now ukea one bottle
and a half and am about well pain
in tide and back all gone aoreneaa
all out of my breast, and I have a
good appetite, and am gaining in
strength and flesh. It can justly be
Called the king qf itmitcitui.
JouM K. AttSNDia.
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.
rjlUE CITY NATIONAL DANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, iff 10 0,0 00!
A General liankiii? HusIiichh
Tiios. w. irti.niuY
jNTKI.!'ltlSE SAVING HANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVlNliS HANK.
THOU. W. IIA:aL,lDA ,
(J ALL1DAV BKOTIIEKls""
PI.QUR,KAIN AND HAY
HUrhrMit CftNh Price PuM for Wrti'H.
PROFRIKTOK Of Hl'ROAT'8 lJATKNT
WholeHulo loalor jn ,.,
CF BYTHK CAR LOAD OR TON.WKLI
PACKED FOR 811IPPINO
Oar Loads u Spooialtv.
Cor.TweUth Street and lieTee,
3 5 s EH w
. s 15 U wE,' '
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