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A Uuiiiiohuld Aiiloln for I'lileraul
For Scarlet anil
Typhoid Fere r i,
I HoroTli rout, Small
I'ox, M miles, ami
11 Contagion DUem,.... I'crv,ns waiting on
lh Slrk should me It freely. Siarlrt Krver has
ntv" knuwn to spread whirre the Fluid wu
uvr.d. Yellow Kever hut been cuml with it lifter
black vomit had taken pliue. The wort
ces of Liihtlieru yield to it. .
Fevered and Kick i'er
on refreshed ami
lied Korea prevent
"1 by bathing with
Impure Air made
harmless and putiricd.
For hore. Throat it i. a
For Fronted t.
A nu mber of my fam
ily wat uken with
Small p ,. used the
Hill. I ; tli patient waa
not delirious, witt not
pitted, and wu about
fiillhlniiia. 1ii..' tlie iiuute auain la three
CimfliiK, etc. I rk n? ",ltr
lUirumatlHln currd. ! ' - J S,v,- ''"
ftoftVt hlUtComulex- ,N5f,N- l''"ladelplua.
ion Kcured by itt me. fJSiEESaS
hlilp r ever pievenicd.
To purify tfc Mi rath,
0'leauao the Ti'rtli,
it can't be sutai.ei,
Catarrh relieved and
1 turns relieved imtantly
lyaeijte. j cured.
Wound healed rapidly.
An Antidote for Animal
or Vegetable 1'oitont,
I used the Fluid during
our irtnent afflicti n with
bcarlet Fever with de
cided advantage. It ia
iivlitpem.ible to the ti It
loom. Wa. F. Sand
Man, Eyrie. Ala.
The nhvtinans here
use lMibys Fluid very
succeufully in the treat
rnent uf llipluheria.
A. bl'iLI.KNU RKCK,
THIr dried tip.
C holera prevented
llrrr purified and
lu rases of Death it
tliould be used about
the c.rpte it will
prevent any unpleas
The eminent Thy-i-iti,.l.
MMS, M. 1., Sew
Y orlt. ,-. v. : "I am
I convinced i'r-jf Darbys
I -riipntiaiiic Muid it a
Vanderbtlt InlrerNlty, Naahvllle, T
I testify to the most enellent qualities uf
i testily to tne most tn.ellem qualities uf Pn.f
I'artivt rrouhvU'tic Hm.t i. . .... . i
detenjent it is both thcrrtirally and practically
sunur to any preparation with wiin.li I am ac
quainted N. T. Lunus, 1'rof Chcmiiiry.
Karhya FlnM la Ki roinmended by
II'. Aluxanoiih H. Sikphkm,I tin.rij.
K.. Chh F. Unas, U.U., Church of the
Slrangery N. Y.;
lot. I.BC..WT. Columbia, rv,f ..Vnivertitv.S C.
Key A. J. Karris, I'r. f., M-no University;
Kev. Oao. K I'mnta, U,thop M. E. Church.
I.NPISI KNSAHf.K T KVI'UY IIOMK.
tert.-ctly harmlr,,. l'..Clj internally or
... rnally lor Man or llcm.
The fimd hat been thoroughly teste.), and we
have buti'!aru evhh-ive th.,t ,t u, done everything
here clainvd. F .r fuller mform.-ili. n (M of yuur
i'ruj.tt a pamphlet or tend to the proprietors,
.r. ii. zi;ii.ix r
ManufactunnK Chciuisu, I'M I LAUKI.P1I1A.
VTf 1ll rwv th abntt ttmvi lor ant ru ft Utrt rrrtnrUlot'
fvirpiK, Hn-k Hpftdsfth. In.iei:..fl. ',i,n;tn. or roiir-rn,
muulnii miui Wn't Vt.wr.l, l it., lull, hm tlx ilir..
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a tall U (it uauluUcn. r u l.'. il,l. Iir(i tun,.
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oneurt.lu ial !mlin. Tin coa'tit n ti.nffii.J aal. lt
XJIIN C. WtM .. HI .j w. huikhi M , Ck.M.
VmtruJ kcaair fcetl by t.,ail .t.a- t !, rtl ..t a a i.ittaaji.
KeaSih is Wealth i
liu K. ('. Wkst's Neiite and !!iiain Thkat
HlJtr, a fruaroiittwil rtwitir fur HyHti-rin. lliui.
nena, Ciiiivitl.iionH, Vita. Nervoua Neiirnlcin,
Hwularhn, Nervous PrtiatrHti'incatUMtl tlm ni-a
ofalcolil or Ulwico, Wnk'ftilnoM, Mi'tiUil liiw
prwwiou, Istiflotiinx ol tli Itotin tviil'lni? in in
unity and lending t" mwry, decny ond thth,
IreniBtt:ro Old Air", I)nrr nnts, loaa of power
in mthor (Mix, Involuntary lamwa mid Kiwrmii'
orrliiMt toiiwhI liyiiver-eaertmn nf the lira in. self,
abuse or over-iudtilxiMicH. lau'h Ixix runtiiiiia
one miinlh'a ttvuttnent. f I.Kia hux.or tux lioxet
forf.'i-UU,Hentbynmil pr)"ulun rtreiptuf pne
Wr! la AKAYTI'.K !X ltOXUS
To cure nny oo. With each order noiyetl by us
for six boxen, nrciinipanied Vfilli t.'UU, will
ond the ptirchaaer our writtnn tfimituitw) to r'v
fund I ho money if the tnntmotit does uot ullocf
curs. UuHrnnUxie lnBuedoiilyby
IIAHKY W. SCIIU1I.
DraifiiUt, Or. Coin mere Ul live. IStli rt.. Cairo,
Q.E0KGE II. LEACH, M 1).
PHYSICIAN & SUUGKON.
Kpcclal Rttentlon paid to tbu II mc pnlhlc I real
tneni of nurtcical (Il9u.-.eu8, and dieeu-is of women
ind f liLdrtn.
UFFIC'K n Hlh itrtet, oppcutc tbu Toil,
office, Cairo, III
J. E. STRONG,
128 Commercial Ave, Cairo, III.
VAPOU, ELGSTKO-VAI'OK and MEDIC ATlil)
A lady In attendance.
JR. W. C. JOUFLYN,
OKFICK-Rlghth Hlreol. nnr Cnmij arclnl AVHno
R. E W. WDITLOCK,
Ornex-No. la Cominvrclnl Avennu, belwi'en
KrM'iand NH. tb Htreeta
Shop oo riallldajr Avenue, hutwuan r-ourlh md
Sixth Htroets, Clro, Illluoli
tWAII klndi ol Unlit and benvy lilncitmllbliiK,
wtfon tod carriage vtorkdono lutbe mottwoik
raanltk manner. Ilir ahooliiK a rpucialty and
MtUfactlon guarau tood .
Scarlet FevcrS I
1 Cured. R
atanaat - jyfl Tn T n T lirrT1'
. L.ilL.l VI ' ... .-Ill
Latait Concerning (he Killing
of Carey the Irish Informer.
Bosne of Suffering in the Ialand of
Iir.hia The Number Killed Eati
jaated at 4,0'JO -Searching
Amonj the Enim.
LorfnoN, July SI. -The excitement In
the II .ine of Corumoiia bait not yet died
out. and on the utreetr tbe loiinglnc eltlzeni
and fiirlmn oleika can be aeen curiously
peering at the pictures of Carey, whleh
have found their way Into the wlndowi of
the hftoh-HPlleri. O'DonneHI had evidently
doc);o( Carey from latvndon, for both tailed
from tbe dncki In the tame vessel, though
the D.illy Telegraph siys that Carey was
followed from Dublin, anil furthermore
aUU-a that the new of Carey'i death wai
the occaaion of unparalleled raanlfe.tatloDe
of r J ilc ng amoug the Dublin cltlzfna, be
eiuid the Informer bad been aasattlnated.
O'D tmell it tbe man who wa Irapll
cated mime three yeari ago In an attempt to
blow up the Mansion Houae,
London, and who afterwrdi
eacape l with Coleiuin to New Tork. Carer
evidently had no Idea u to tbe fate that
awaited him, for In bla letter from Maderla
to the authorities, In which he pave a some
what detailed aecount of hi voyage, he alto
aimed liiat he had lately engaged in a con
Tortatioti, iu which both the Invincible and
the miscreant. Carey, were bitterly de
nounced. Carey wat traveltnf, at the time
of bit anamination, tinder tbe assumed
name of I'ower, with his family, with
wiiU li be embarked at Dartmouth. From
all accounti tbe Fenlana had taken tbe
raoft elaborate meaaurea to prevent hit
eacape. O'Donnell nurrentlered himself up
quietly after tbe thootliig. The lateat din
paichea y that tbe sliol was uot lmtanlaa
eoualy fatal, but tbat Carey llugered for
abort time and then expired.
F CRIB KB DETAILS.'
London, July 31. O'Donaell, wbothot
Jamet Carer, tbe Informer, wat accom
panied from England by hit wife, who ap-
.enred to be on Intimate ternit with tbe
l arev family during tbe voyage. Tbe
Time pronounce! the death of Carey as a
public misfortune. It ny he bad been the
Instrument of Justice. The murder it
calculated to encourage danng and
lawless spirit j to commit acta of violence.
The Joy caused In Ireland by the Informer'!
death la proof that many element of re
vensrt, ttill exltt there.
EE33 caret's ai-us.
London, July 31. Thlrd-clast bertha
on tbe steamer Kinfaiait Caille were se
cured June 30 at tbe Dublin offloe ot Don
ald, Currie l Co. for Port Elizabeth for a
Mr. Power and hia wife and children,
which it ia well-known wat tbe exact num
ber of Jatnet Caref't family. July 2
O'Donnell aeutired piiuget for himself
tad wife on the tame steamer. Donald,
C'urrle 4 Co., ware uot aware until Mon
day of the Ideuthy of Pjwer aaaj James
Carey. Carey died without speaking after
he wat tbot. O'Donnell it an Irtab Ameri
can. He denies tbat be knew who Carey
wu previous to bit arrival from Capo
Town. It is reported tbat an internal ma
ebint wu found In O'Donnell't pones
Rome, July 31. Twtnty-four persont
were exhumed alive Monday at Caiamic
cloli, and 2,000 aoldlert, digging In the
ruins, have laved upwards of a thoutand
lives since tbelr arrival. The practical
sympathy for tbe distressed Ii opportune;
tbe Pope bai Just luscnbed 25,000 lire, and
the King and Queen of Italy 10,000 lire.
Twenty-four children perlibed In the
MiiUilcordla asylasu Monday, whlutt a
large number ot awrlvora of the terrible
eaUttrophe are urippled for life. All tbe
newspaper! appear with mourning bor
der, and state aa certain tbat at le&ait 4,000
parioni perished en rke hrland on Saturday
eight. There Ii aa tnofl nation to murmur
because tbe authorlUet did not dispatch a
much larrcr force to the an nf f rtiau.
ter, for many more might bare been saved
If a larger force of retcuen had been avail
able earlier. Maay of the foreigner! itay
Ing at Casamleeloia were at tba theater - on
Saturday nlgbt and were tared. The play
at tbe theater wai a burlesque, which
spenea wun a scene representing an earth
quake. A few of the turrivors tay that
tome thlrty-ieven were entombed tn a room
in tbe Hotel Plccola Sentinel!. Caunt
fiergarUl labored for three houri with In
exhausting diligence te rescue bit sitter,
but failed, but saved eleven other persona.
The Intolerable stench from the dead bod
let of human btingi and animals aeti at a
slight Impediment to tbe work of excava
tion. KINO UUMBKRT.
Monza. July 81,-Klng Humbert, who
bat beeu sojourning bere.bai gone to Cast
THE ONLY AMERICAN BURT.
Naples, July 31. Tbe only American
known to have been injured by the earth
quake on the Island of Ischla on Saturday
was a Mlts Van Allan, and the wai only
illghtly hurt. ' '
A MISS1NQ AMERICAN.
Naplks, July 31. Atnonn tbe portotu
who were on the Island of Itcbla on Sutur
day nlgbt, and wbe have been misting since
the earthquake occurrod, wat a Mr; Som
mcr, an Kngllib or American Rantleman.
Ho resided at Hotel llanzl.
THE BODIES BURIED.
Naples, July 81. The search of thi
ruins for the bodies of the victims of the
ettrtlKiuake of Ichla continued during the
night. All the bodiei recovered were
burled immediately to prevent mtaiml.
AT THE THEATER.
An eye-wltnesi describe! the scene at the
theater at Caiiinucclola, when the earth
quake occurred, as awful. Tbe curtain
bad just risen when a tremendous shock
was felt. A fearful roar followed, and tbo
ground rocked till it looked llko a sea In a
storm. A great cry of torror aroio from
the audience, who wore thrown Into a heap
and a large number were burled under tbe
timber! of tbe building, which fell or
them. Two more shock! occurred. All
who could rush outside the theater, and
hundreds clambeied Into the trees In tbe
tiolnlty for safety. Most of the people,
however, oioaped to the shore, where
boslrei were lighted ai ilgnals of distress.
Hundreds of balf-naked men and women,
wild with terror and grief, raa to and fro
among the mini with torchei, during tba
alit. learchlig for mining friends
CA1K0. CliLLNdW. WEDNESDAY M()RNlNG7U(fIJSfl,
A i kkaniiRia, July 10. Two death i from
i ra occurred bve Monday. The num-'
li r of dealhi from the disease at Cairo wen
DEATHS AT ALEXANDRIA.
London, July 81. -Special dlipatebe
suite tbelr were eight deaths at Alnindrlu
from cholera Monday". A mrgeon bai dieii
in the Hrltiih camp at Rl aardan. The com
nunderof the Brltiih force at Cairo tele
era phi to tbe War efitae tbat tbe geneFui
health of the troops ii good. lie ray
that thi cholera ii Icti vlmlcnt at Cairo
and that the cam undor treatment are more'
Ulllee by an Officer In Nelf-I)fena.
St. Louis, July 31. About n
quarter before 1 o'clock, this afternoon,
there wai much excitement cauied at Its
ton avenue and Tboma street by a tight
betweeu two eolored men. While they
were thus engaged, ww of them attacked
Officer John Donohue who attempted to
leparate them with a shovel. Donohue
warned bin off, at tbe tame time drawing
hi revolver and backing away from him.
The negro continued to advance, when the
officer fired, tbe ball taking effect In the
vicinity of the heart and cauning almost
Instant death. The man was removed to a
l.ouse naar by and the street! were soon
tilled with an excited crowd of people. The
horns, of tbt dead man was not learned,
and be seemed to be unknown in the
neighborhood. The man with him whom
he was flubting was not arrested. Chief of
Police Campbell at once repaired to the
scene, and the body was removed to the
morgue In the patrol wagon. Offlcer
Donohue ia attached t. tbe Third District
sub-station, and bean an excellent reputa
tion. Tbe dead man was apparentlv about
forty yeart of aga, and ww dretted
Inldark, well-wora clothing and bad on a
Tktarvlvora of Wllaoa Creok.
Springfield, M., July 81. Prepara
tion! for the Wilson creek reunion are be
ing energetically pushed. A camp bu beeu
laid out at tbit place, at which lurvlvori of
tbe battle will be conducted on their arri
val. This camp will be under the com
mand of Col. John E. Pnelpt, and will be
tupplltd with the provisions uiual In camp
lift. On Auguu 8, thefint day of tbe re--anion,
there will be a dBbpeUtive drill,
and In the evening a earn pettttve baud eon
test. In which a Urge number of bands have
aignifltd their Intention to take part. On
the Utb there will be a grand review
of Wilsons Creek ffitartni of both
armies and of tbe vhltlntr companies, after
which Ex-Oov. John 9. PheJpe will dejivtr
the welcoming address. In the afternoon
there will be racet, aod In tbe evening tbe
city will he Illuminated. On tht 10th, tbt
anniversary of the battle, the exerclici will
ba held on tbe battle-ground, twelve milet
louthweM of the city. The veterans will
be taken by railroad to Brookllne and
thence three and a balf miles by wagoni
and carriages to tbe scene of the Seattle. A
welcoming address will be delivered by
(ov. Critienden. A picnic dinner will be
provided on the ground. The day will be
apentin looking over tbe battlr-fieldandre-vUllinir
points of interest.
I Ml A rORDCCT.
Train Men Acouaad of Neglacting the
Dead and Dying In tho Booent Wreck.
Chicago, July 31. The relativet of tbe
late Thomas Hayne, who waa killed ia an
accident on the Home, Walertown aad Or-
deiikbur railroad, gve a deplorable recital
of tbe condition of affairs in and about the
wreck, and upbraid Tery teverely tbe al
lugeil neglect of the iftroad cuRciak. The
ton of Mr. Hayue recatet that,t o trainmen
refuted to allow tbe coffin to be opened to
guard against the paaafutttry of mistaken
identity. He wat unable, by any procese,
to reach the scene of the disaster In making
application to the railway authorities. Tho
daughter of Mr. Hayne relates tbat no
attention was pahl to Abe dead after tbe ae
cldent, and tbat tbe bodtes were lying on
tbe side of the road expoted to view four
teen your after lha disaster. It it farther
declared that partita were opening values
and searching the bodiei of tbe dead while
the employe! of tbe road were engaged lu
removing the debris. Mr. Ilayne bad a
largo sura of money wtth him hot bla rela
tivei state that but vwsAh aad all other val
uable! were mlutug, though a portion of'
them may be in the outody of the coroner. :
A Lovea Nsjmm.
Bavhrad, N. J., July 81 Job C. U.
tie, a man of mllltlary appearance, arrived
bere from Baltimore tea days ago and
registered at tba MJJburn House. On Sat
urday evening a lady araved at the Mlllmrti
Home and her expetitAi were paid by Mr.
Little. She registered as Mary C. Lttn.
They went to Falrvtiw for a ride and spent
Sunday entirely In each other's comyany.
Mr. Little introduced tbe lady as his sister.
Monday morning the lady went to Philadel
phia. Little then wrote several lettori and
paid hit bill and that of tbo lady. He said
be would lie down tar t while, as he was
relne to New Yoi iu the aftem Ann. Whnn
tbe clerk went to call him he was dead In
his bed. Inblsrbat hand was a revolver
with one chamber discharged. The bullet
had been fired in hit braia. Gw the dreis-lng-case
wai a letter addressed te Miss Mary
Little. On Use back of thi envelope In
closing the letter wu: "Minnie, It was all
for love. You're not to blame." The
lulclde Ii apparently 60 yean of age. There
wartbout $300 In bii pockets.
A Nlaaawer ColllaUa.
Wilmington, Del., July 81. -A ipenlal
from Elkton, Md., Rays the iteamer of tho
Erloion Linn, plying between Balti
more and Philadelphia, collided with,
and tunk the New York stetmer Monday
sight, in Back creek, within light of Che
Baltimore, July TO.-The New
Tork stoamer reported sunk tn Back Croek
U the canal freight steamer Octovara of tho
Krlcson line, which left New York
for Bait more Saturday. No particulars of
the Collision have linen rnnu..l l..
An agout hai gono to ber assists nee wltii
Harrisbuho, Ps., July 81.-A few del
egates bare arrived to attend tho Demo
cratic convention niStJkMat ValklHai laa
v ias vi I Vnl AIUIUIIIU. IV
yet known ai to who will bo the nominee
for chairman of tbs oonTeutlon. Tho Hon,
oamuel J. Kendall arrived at noont alio
yeveral of the numerous aspirants for nom
Inat Ion. The cougrtsaioaal and legiilatlvs
spportionment bills wars Introduced In tbs
Home to-day. The former glrei tbs
HitntlK Hammm aAAM,AAu ai.w I . t .
Demoerats eleven. Tho latter bill gives tba
Republicans thirty senators, and the Demo
erali twenty. In tbe BenaU a resolution
Was adopted to adjourn uo,t)ilVues(lv MVl
Acconflng to Statementj of Both Ptrtiei
to oths Strike The Operator! In Con
"ition to Hold Out-Aid From the
i Knighti Labor,
St. Locn, July 81. Both tides cllnt;
.o tin statementi thit the ether tide It bad
lyuiedup. Col. Baker wat at serene at
iiHiialthlt morning, and staled that every,
thing wai u lovely as a day In June. "Ev
t: ry day brlnt anlmproveraent In our work
ing force. We have seventy operator! at
work, at many as we usually' have. There
is notblag particularly new from any point.
At fir as my fltr et Is concerned, every
jilace Is latlsfaclorily covered. ' '
"Ij it a fact that you aru receiving some
of tbe itriktrri in thii city r' '
"Yet we bavo had several applications
from striken who have abjured the union.
Tbey corns back ai Individual!. Wi would
not take the whole Brotherhood, because
we don't need them, aud we want opera
tor! who will work for us and
obey our orders and not be subject to tome
A resolution was paused by the members
nf the Cotton Exchange tbanhlng Col.
Baker for tbe excellent service thai bad
been glvun. On 'Change there were no
developments to be recorded.
Tbe reporter dropped into a group of
m riklng operator! at LlgbUtone Hall who
had Just com from dinner at the Belve
dere. Here the aspect of things took a
different hue. Every member of tbe group
repudiated tbe Idea of weakening.
"Why," laid one, "we have a roll called
every day and not a name has been missed.
How does tbat acre with Col. Baker's
statements ot returning strikers? To put
it mildly be Is siring what ii not 10. Wo
are solid for three months, and more if
"Hasan appeal been male to the Knights
of Labor?' ' the reporter anked of one ot the
"Yes; not by ui, but by the officers of
tbat organization ai a matter of form. Tbey
are hound to support any of the lubordlnato
branchei in a strike."
"How much does thatiecure you?"
"Well, tbe law makes ton cent! a week
obligatory on every member, but they can
give as much at they please. Tbera are
8,000,000 Kaighti of Labor, sod at the low
est rate, the turn per week would be $.!u0,
000. Bealdei, we gtt help from the imallnr
organization,, soch at. for inttance, the
typo-iettert, who voted ui $300 and offered
more if aeeeieary. We need very little help
"Col. Baker mutt take ui for a lot ef
chumps, " tald the operator., "if he thinki
ill of bii talk about gxd service goes down
with us. Why, we have sent lots of tele
grams and we know exactly what delays
they are eubject to. Here Ii a telegrim
from Superintendent Zemblin, of Washing
ton. He itatod Sunday tbat no operatora
need apply as he bad no vacancies. Both
my wife and I have worked for blm and ho
knows us well, and he sent this telegram to
my wife urging ber to use ber Influence
with me and for both of utto apply to Mr.
Blown for transportation to Washington,
and he would take goocj care of us there.
Tbat shows how bis vacancies stand. "
Among other instances of delayed tele
grams was one sent by the president of tho
Culver Commission company Monday from
Chicago stating that ho would come down
this morning, ne camo this morning and
received his own telegram. A prominent
brewer received a telegram ordering sever
al hundred carpet. Tbe operators gather
up these little incidents ai indication! ef the
Western Union's condition.
At New Tork.
New York, July 31. The Western
Union fficials declare tbe strike to be over
and claim that three-fourthi of the accus
tomed btislneis Is being done. Keports
fromti4ejraph officials In distant dtienlsbow
some deiertioni from tbe ranki." Two men
returned to work at Montreal, one at
Ral'ilgh, N. C, and one at Richmond,
Va. These desertions, the manager!
assert, indicate the falling trust of tbe em
ploye! and lack of fundt In the Brother
hood'! treasury. A prominent ifficlal In
one of tbe companies satd tbat he would
be glad to aee the operators secure in In
crease In their wages, but thut the present
atrlko would not accomplish it. "The
whole question," be c.nlnucd, "is
regulated by the law of eupply and demand.
The supply of good operators now is not
equal to the demand, as every telegraph
man shows. Just previous to tbe strike
tho Western Union people were looking for
experienced operators and coi Id not get
them. The mansfO s of the strike knew
this and relied upon it to pull them
through, and tUa strikers would pull
through and crush the Wca'airn Union II
they could bold out for two months. But
they cannot do 10 for they baven't the
rnency. Tbe Knights of Labor have not
mouey enough to give 10,000 men $10 .
week for two months, and no married men
can live on lesi. It is much more difficult
to hold Intilligent men together than com
mon laborer!. Tbeie desertion,
from tbe ranks prove that
either the money is running out
or the men are afraid of losing their
potltloni. They need not be afraid of this,
for tbe present condition of tbe markets
shows that good operator! srn In earliest
demand. To give ovory operator $10 a
week would cost for 10,000 men
1100,000 A WEKK.
a iuin which the Knlt'litN r Labor '-mi ol
raise. If they can tbe strike) will be mi
ccssful. for tbe Western Uiilou in it .i.ivo
tbe men now on strike at lis win a. Tim
company was short before the Mike ml
must on tn a very bud way low. Tbi
operating room was neither moro nor lent
busy than ilnce the strlko hits begun."
The strikers will have tbelr first regtilitr
pay day on August 1st, the same day on
which they would have been paid had tlisy
been In the company 'i employ. The exec
utive committee ssy tbey hnvo stilllcleiit
funds to pay all bauds. It is estimated that
11,000 members are on a strike throughout
the country. Tbo married members will
revolve $7 a week and tbe single ineinlieri
In Auguit tby receive two weeki'
pay, and it it estimated tbat it will 'take
$1JA,000 to go round. This doos not Include
tbu 4,000 lluemon who. at the same rate
of pay, will take $20,000 more. In this elty
there sre about i.OOO operators and 100
linemen. Abont one-halt ot theie are mar
riod, and the total amount necessary to pay
them Is about $7,000. Tbe payment of
wages to operators and linemen and other
necessary expensas will .make the total
amount to he expended on August 1 about
$160,000, or at lbs rM of $80,000 a week.
Toward! tbeta erpsSMrtkare Is a wsekl)
tax on the members or ft EUghts of La
bor, who are reported te Btmber 800,000
men, who cotitribaju tea tents caen pel
work, or a tstai oysQ,00, . .
BaLTiVCfta, JulLy-A meetlo oi the
Iflaur Kjcchangwwas called at doou to-day
at the. request .of. a nnmbor of the raembei-,
who complained that tbe telegraph service
911 the floor was Inefficient. A sommitlec
-vom pointed which reported resolution
tailing upon tho director! of the Western
nleii and Baltimore and Ohio TcWgrah
companies for better service, declaring thiil
the members were subjected to loas because
of defects of the service. The resolutions
were laid on the table bf a vote of 49 to 8H.
Prominent members of . the Exchange
Hated (hat the Corn and Flour Ixonange
had nothing to do with the difficulties ex
isting between tbe telegraph com pan lei and
The 4 loah-Makers' ajlrtk.
New YoKr, July 31. -Out of the thret
dress and cloak manufacturing firms which
were holding out two gave in to-day,
Meyer, Johnson 4 Co. and, Danzig Bros.
The Manhattan Suit ana Cloar company Ii
the one holding out. One hundred and
twenty-four outside contractor! out of 230
have given In an i tbt majority ot those
holding out have signified their wtlllngnesi
to grant tho tcrmi of tbe demand. Only
about two hundred men and girli are now
on strike. The asptct of the oigarmaken'
lock-out continues uuohanged. The em
ployes say there are now only 1,200 locked
ut men out of work, large number! having
obt'tliicil employment In different manufac
tories throughout the city.
A MM Bight Hnlride.
Cleveland, O., July31.-Mrt. Cbarlei
Burke, aged 43 years, left her dwelling on
Clifton street, during Monday night, at
tjred only in sleeping raiment, and walked
to the lake at the foot of Waion stnet and
drtwned herself. The body wat found
early this morning. Tbe bushand was reti
cent when questioned concerting ber
probable motive. The neighbors preiame
she ui driven inswio by Burks'i treat
ment of her eighteen-year-old sn by her
former b unbuild, wbom he lately drove
Boston, July 31.-C. 11. Ward ft Ob.,
wholesale thoe dealers bere, who wore re.-1
ported is having falle4 in connection with
the Shaw failure, sbute positively that they
have not suspended, and, though hampered
by other failures, say they will beabteae
Slaeomber 4 Greenwood, saee dealers,
have failed. Liabilities .not kaetrn. fro
concern Is a aew oae,wiiliiamltattoti&4
Salem, Mass., July 31. -The bom of
Horatio Perry, of Danvers Plain's, coatsis
lug. fifteen cowi, a yoke of oxen, five
horses, seventeeu pigs, a quantity of bay
and produce, together with wagons, h
ness, etc., was burned this morning. Lom
20,0(0. Cause, spontaneous combustion.
Il a of Ilia lujortee.
JunsKrviLLK, III., July 81 Tho boy
Oscur Hrusselback, whose leg wa erusned
while attempting to jump from a moving
engine here last Sunday, died this marntttg
from the effects of amputation.
Tae PabUe Debt,
Washington, July 31. It Is said at tba
Treasury department that the reduction oi
the public debt for July will bo unusually
small if there be aiiy. Tbe estimate cannot
be given to-day.
new llampnhtre riiisslsiililp
Con(oki), N. H., July 81. In the thirty
eighth Joint ballot for United States Senator
to-day Pike gained over Friday'! Tote,
Burns 12 and Mars ton 3. Chandler lost Ui
and Tappau 2.
A a.io.ooo Fire. '
Utipa, X. Y.. July 31. The burning ot
John l. A Charles King's hide miI at
Johnstown, Fulton county, last night,
caused a lo- of $r0,000.
A lUg lire. 1
Albany, July 31. John Walten' oil
cloth factory was partly consumed by ire
this morning. The losi Is estimated at
JULY 31, 1883.
CATTLE Brisk and itranfl exports
6fci) :i5; uood to choice shipping ft Wa
li 10; I'oiiiiuou to fair ft OUiiu 3i butch
er. ii T.Vw'i; Texas $3 HUoa.
HOUS Five cents higher.
CATTLE Export itoera $3758390; good
to heavy do IT) 2frri5 $0; light to fair $4 8.V9
5 W; co.nmon to medium $4 406M 85 j fair
to good Colorado $4(f5 SO; southwest $3 79
di US; grass Texaitt $3 23(84 70; light to
good s .ockers ft &0i33 75; fair to good feed
ers W K)(i 20; good sows and heifers Wit
4 40; scillawagi $2 75r33 (XT; good cows and
SIIKE1' Steady and fn verv good request
from buyers, i'rlces Urm at $3 3ArM 60 for
common to prim.
IUXiM Lower but active. Dtmand
mosilv for llgblaat f010MK; beavfea
neglected, halabie at 6 Xtifi 69 for
mixed to good packing and $6 76(35 80 for
butclieri, Skips anil culls 2J.
CHICAGO. I ..
WHEAT Higher; closing at JIOIV
August; $10.1s Septembor; tlQ&S
October; i ubx ovemlter; fl 01 V year.
CUKN-Lower; 60X July; 60 August;
60t Meptembor; 60 Oeteber; ib
OATS Uwor; 2S July; 27 August;
20'a Seiileiiiber; 20 V October; 2U year.
V lltCAT Hiflior; closing at $1 0,','
August; 1 07 s September: $1 t)l)V
Oetuber; $1 UV November; $1 05 W year.
l.'tilt.N" Weaker; 47 August; 47V
Siylcuibcr; 4S tlctober; 41 WW.Syeitr.
OATS-Irrcgulur; 24 s Julv; S3V Au
gust; 24 'i Seplember; 23 year.
4 ou u try I'retliioe.
H I . I.UL'1.1.
BUTTKlt Cruamery sells at 1!)20
for flinloii to fancy, to 21 for lelectlous;
overliiiiicd or poor ut dairy rules; tlnlrv
nt I.Vrf'17 (orchnlceto funcy; fair to good
10ral2: coin mon Mfa'10. Country packed
Dull Mini tiiicbanged; selected t)(iil0, med
ium tidcH, low grade t(u)ti.
KUdS Moderately active at llo candled
and lOo for choice mai ki ihlppera' ac
count. I'OL'LTnY Quiet and unchanged. We
(juottii Spring chickens Small $1(81 60;
fair to good $1 TiVtta; choltie to fancy large
$2 262 50. Spring ilucks $2 262oO. Old
ohlekens Cocks, :1C1 25; mixed $3 400
8 00; btius$3 7A.
Mixta Amerlusn crio' "le'arrfro
declined 3tl. Spot wheat uH ajkd earttiiNO.
3 spring wheat 9t ld No. turia bom
In market. Wettsrn winter as Jl, MlxA
wettern corn dull aad jkpnsfadat 5s 14.
Ptmand from United Klugdoo ani q-;
ttneat dull lew wheat, aad oarm. Cass i l
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.
Mamfieia, Ohio. Nov. f, i88i.
Gentlemen : I have suffered with
pain In my side and back, and great
soreness on my breast, with shoot
ing pains all through my body, at
tended with gnat weakness, depres
sion of spirits, and lots of appe
tite. I have taken several different
medicines, and waa treated by prom,
inent physicians for my liver, kid
neys, and spleen, but I got no relief.
I thought I would try Brown's Iron
Bitters; I have now uken 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 bt
called iht king qf mtdicimi,
Johm K. AutNoaa.
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.
rpUECITY ISATIOaiAL 13ANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OUIO LEVEE.
A General Hank'uiir Businesn
TliOS V. ItAlaLlUAY
JjJNTEKPKiSE SAVING BANK.
KXCLUSIVKLY A SAYINGS RANK.
TH08. AV. IIAL.IalUA,
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Hurhest Cash Pric Paid for Whoaf.
PROPRIETOK OF SPKOAT'S patknt
Wholesale lealox in loe.
ICF BV TH S CAR LOA D Oil TON.WEU
PACKED FOR 8UIPPINO
1 o 2
a Sale A Sis aig
I --efSSf TV Hs 5- 3
, Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor.Twellth Street aud Leted.
CAIBO ILLIMOIfl. , '