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For Scarlet ami
I'ox, Measles, uihI
all Contagious Diseases, persons waiting on
the Si- k should use it freely Sutilet K-ver hit
never berg known In spread when; the 1 luxl was
used. Yellow Fever lut Wen mrrd with ii nflvr
black vomit Intel liikin jilat i:. 'Ik wur.t
Case, of lnuhlhcria yield to it.
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the lioii.vc again In three
; wecW, and no others
j had it. - J . V. J'akk
I inson, Philadelphia.
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( lulling, etc.
lull secured ty iu use.
Ship Fever prevented.
Tu purify the lii-ulli,
( luMIIItt tin- Teeth,
it ran'l be suipatseil.
Caturrh relieved and
Wound healed rapidly.
An A nl libit for Animal
or Vegetable Poiwiu.,
I used the fluid during
our present affliui' n With
bcarkt Fever w.th de
cided advauugr. It it
Imiispen.ttWe tu the ulile
loom. Wm. K. bxij.
fiD, Eyrie. Ala.
The physician here
ue i-r liyi Hu.d very
silM.c.sfilly in the treat
ment of Diphtheria.
letter dried up.
lioli ra prevrnted.
I lews purified and
In i-uses of Death It
st.'-uld be used alK-ut
the c -ipse It will
prevent any unpleas
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, nil Inn, .1. M AKION
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l'roplJyi.ll.tie Hind it a
1 valuable uuiiikcUnt."
Vanderbllt l.'uiversllr, Nashville, Term.
1 testily to the nimt exedlcnt u.ialitir, of l'rof.
I'aruyi rropliy.arcic r lui I. Au li.Miilectant and
determent it u l,th ttieoreti. ally and practically
superior to any preparation w.in hi..h I am ai
(Juamted. N. T. Ll ftus, iVjf (..herniary.
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ii. n iki'Mcs-, ol l eorL'i,i
ftrancers, N. V.;
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Kcv. (,ko. r. l'lti-cB, l;,sh ,p M. fc. U.ur.lu
lMlsrKNSAUI.i: TO FVKKY 1IOMK.
1'erfectiy harmi.M IVI internally or
exteriuiiy lor Man or IVast,
The Mind lui Ix-n t'o, roughly tested, and we
have aburvUnt eviil.-n.-e th.it it lusduie everything
here claimed ,t ui inforni.ition n.-t t y.,ur
iJrujm a p.implih't or w ml to tdc pr .-pncton
J. II. ZKII.IN A CO..
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WC will f-ir ttMfttM kirf riut Urrr Ctmajmi
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JOHN C. HKsi A Oi, -1 A IM W. MMii,.t, M, CLkm
Health is Wealth !
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l)u KC. Vr.sT' Nkiivk and Hums Thkat.
liNr, h ?unnttitil HtHH-iU'1 for lly.HliTia, Dizi.
nfxw, Conv iliotiM, Vit, N.-noin Neiiriilu'Ki,
Heuilnrho. Sorvinw Pro-tnitioti mux! b Hit1
ofnlncdml or tolmivo, Wnk' f nlm-Mt. M.nlnl tin
pnvwioti. So'toiiliiK of tlm llrain pmiIi nut in in
unity ami h iiditm to imm ry. (Ii-ny hihI (b-ntli,
rremnturo '.)M Afcr. JiiirnMiiii', Ii of hiw.t
in iithcr nox, liivoluiiliiry Im uinl rin'rniht.
orrhira rntiwil byovi.r- r.i.rtion of lln'linntt.df.
btiMior ovnr.iniliiUiMico. Vju-h box rontHiim
ono inimtli'H inul ni"iit. f l.":i U.x.or nix lio...
fur."i.Ui,K.it by mail prt't'.-"!"" i "''ipt of pruo.
WH HI WKWTl.V. SIX 1MXV.S
To euro ny ci". Willi wu h onl-T nciviHl J.yti
for six buxnu. ni'Conipttiiii'il with f-i.ui, wo will
end thopiirclnwri.tir wriun irtiHianti'o In r
furiil tlio motii-y if tin) troittiii.nit di- liulollcci
a euro. Uiiariiu'oi-a ixeu-Hl nnl by
HARRY W. SC1IUII.
Druirgli't. (.'or. f'ommorcUl ave, & lSih nt., Ciro.
QKOIJUE II. LEACH, M P.
PHYSICIAN it SURGKON.
Sprcinl mtuiition piildli) the II nti" pnthlc trrnl
mt. ti I of m tl r .( I cn I (ilfiiseti. mill dlr-en-. -s of woiiun
and chl dn-n.
oKKU'K n 1 lib struct, op-pi nt'! tl.o Iot
office, Cttlro, III
U. J. K. STUONU,
II omo3o p at 1 l i s t ,
128 Commercial Ave , Cairo, 111.
VAl'Olt, Er.ECTUO-VAI'OIl a!b MEDICATKO
A lady In attuudauco.
CONSCLTATf 0NT FUKB.
QH. W. C. JOCEfTN,
OFFICB Slglith Ktrot. iiesaOomr r-rem! A vyrna
It. E W. WIHTLOCK,
Orrmii-No. ISO Commercial Avtiritio, h'ltwcnn
Kvl'I't nlid Ninth Htrenta
Shop uu Ilalllday Avolitiit, butwuun fourth and
BlxtU Strootn, Cairo, Illliuili,
HTAI1 kinds nl II (.'lit and heavy hlnoksmllUliiff,
ai(nn and carriano workdonu lu llie niurt woik
manllks nisunnr. Ilirno-BUo.)lii( a ipowalty aud
UImUod guarauUnd .
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CRIMINAL AND GENERAL,
A Fearful Railroad Collision in Ver
mont. The East and the West Contributa to the
Murder and Suicide Calendar -A
Sonatfl Committee Invcsti-
Tnor, N. V., AufiiiKt 1. Two Troy
and IJii.r on ficlcht tralna (inllldoil tbla
rrioriiiiitr at l'ownul, Vormont. Both loco
motive and trains are wreckml. It li re
portcd lbt nix men are killed, all cm
ployrs, one named Sullivan of this city,
another named Barrett. Tbo wreck Ii ou
1 UK KII.I.KD.
The names of the pprsoni killed In the
I'ownal collision are: Mark .Sutherlmid and
Charles M irdn, engioeur of Troy. .John
Btrrett, coniluirtor, 7roy. II. II. Bnn;e,
operator of Troy nd fireenfleld railroad,
Siato Line. Twelve can are naw burning.
Engines have hien sent to the urc-ne from
this city and Hooiskk Kalla. Jehnson, tbe
night operator at Peicrsburtr Junction, Is
blamed for the collision. He bad been
Kivcn orders to hold one train at the Junc
tion and be neglected to transfer his instruc
tion to the day operator, who, In bii Ignor
ance, allowed the train to pus.
Jrnlcetsy, Atienipit Harder. mm4
Nkwaiik. N. J., August 1. Lust even
int; a terrible tragedy occurred In the Tenth
ward of thu city, resulting In the death of
John Ilrixus, Jr., aud the set-tons wound
ing of bib uncle. John Brlxns, Sr. The
young nun ha loitered around his uncle's
boiiee the past few days, and, it is alleged,
Inul In en encouraged by Mm. Brtxua to
viit her Tuesday night. When the elder
I'.rixus returned from hl work he discover
ed his nepbew uaar the house
and c)iasd him down tbo (trot 300 yardt
with the intention of cba&tbtuij; him.
The young man, bywever, toon turned
upon his pursuer, quickly drew a revolver
:ind shot him three times, once In the bead
tnd twice in the back of the rwck, crytne,
".Now I will have my revenge," The
elder Hrixu fell when fired upon, shouting
for help. The young man ran own the
-trwt, nursiiftd by a ma" named Nalhaa.
Kear a clay pit filled with water he shot
himself in the head twice and then Jumped
Into the pit. Ther are two stories as to the
catifeofthe tragedy. The elder Brirus
Kays that the nepbew owed him $42 for
boaid, that be was a good-fonothlng
fellow, and he drove him off to ibift for
himself. On the other hand, tt is claimed
tli:it jealousy was at the bottom of the quar
rel between the uncle and nephew, as the
voting nun paid marked attention to hit
uncle's wife, and was coruttantiy at her
side when opportunity offered Mra.
Brixus appears lo have had great regard
for her nephew, as she left her wounded
husband's side and went to the clay pit to
sec the body of her dead nephew, and
moaned and cried plteously when she saw
him, crying out, "My poor boy, my poor
boy. " The affair created a great tarnation
in the Immediate neighborhood where the
parties are well known, and hundreds of
curious people clnstci-etl around the clay
pit, eager to see the body of the suicide.
Nr.w York, August 1. A portion of
the United States Senate Committee on
Education and Labor will meet at this eKy
to-day to arrange for the immediate re
sumption of its Inquiry into the relations
bameen capital and labor. The members
of the committee wha will be present at
the mectliift are Senator H. W. Blair, of
New II impshtre, chairman; Senatr Ald
rlch, of Ilhode Island, Senator George, of
MisMssippi, Senator Pugh, of Alabama and
Senator Call, of Florida. In addition to
the general questions of labor, capital and
wages, the committee is authorized to In
vestigate the subject of labor itriknk, "the
causes thereof and the agencies producing
the same, and to report what legislation
should be adopted to modify or remove
such cause, and to provlda against tbeir
mtinuauce or recurrence. " It is expected
that the committee will bold frequent ses
sions in the postofDce building In this city
for the purpose of bearing such testimony
as may relate to the question stated. At
tention will be given to the present strike
of telegraph operators, and an attempt will
be made to obtain full testimony from
both parties to the controversy. Senator
Blair said that it was the desire of the com
mittee to obtain as much information as
possible from the Western Union Tele
graph company relative to Its condition, its
management and lis relations to its em
ployes. Operators, linemen, clerks and
all other employes of telegraph companies
will be at liberty to make as complete
statements of their grievances as they may
care to .
Attempted Murder and Nulrlde.
St. Louis, August 1. At 4:30 this
morulng a woman clad In a light wrapper
came running down the stairs at No. 3
North Seventh. She was holding a hand
kerchief to her left temple, and the linen
was soaked with blood from a wound she
was trying to staunch. Exclaiming, "Oh.
he has shot me!" she sank upon a chair.
An officer roused tho landlady, and then
went up to the third story, where he
found Peter A. Mezenzchl, tbo husband
of the wounded woman, lying on tho bed
with a bullet-hole In his breast, about an
inch above te nipple and a little to the
right of tho modlan iline. lie had tried
to kill his wife and then had shot him
llezenehl was jealous of his wife. Mrs.
II. Jacobs, w ho has rooms immediately un
der those occupied by the unhappy couple,
said to a reporter that they came home
together late last night. They were quar
reling and Mezenzehl was heard to say in
loud and angry tone: "You will suffer for
thlM." Nothing more was heard of them
until Mrs. Mezenxehl came down stairs with
a bullet In her head. The room was found
to bo in great disorder. Mezeuzcbl was
partly dressed, and from this and other
facts, it is surmised that they were up all
HaUirAX, N. S., August l.-At Traca
die, yesterday, Frank Farmera, Frank
Bowie and Randall McDonald quarreled
about a lot of land. A son of Bowie, aged
16, eauie on the some aud killed McDonald
with a asMt-gutu
CAIRO. 1LMNP1N, -THUH8DAY
Edison olsi t Path nil Worst.
Nkw Yoiii, August 1. It has been
reported that Thomas A. Edison, the
electrician and Inventor, had decided to
lve up inventing. Mr. Edison was found
bit office, No. 65 Fifth avenue, Tuesday
evening. When asked If the report was
true be laid that he had docided to take a
rest for a time, but that he has no intention
of tbandonlng hit work permanently. "I
concluded," he added, "that my iryntrra
of llghtlncr, should It have been perfected,
should be promoted, and that I could tuke
hold and puih the system better than unv
one else. It is to complicated that I b
not feel like trusting it to new and untrlt d
hands, because science and dollars are so
much mixed up in it. After the right to
introduce the light has been bought by out
side pirtles I take a contract to erect build
ings, open mains, etc,,' and after thirty
dayt turn the establishment over to the lo
cal company for tuch money as has been
agreed upon. I want to put the light in
six places like Utlca every month from now
on. I want to accomplish what I set out to
ao, namely, demonstrate the utility of sub
divided electric light by means of incandes
cent lamps and replace gss. It Is proving
ust as I expected. It will take a year or
more vet to complete the work of perfecting
the eotlae syttem. After that is done I
shall rctuaie inventing, hut Just what I
shall invent I am unable to say. It will be
in the tamo line of business I am pursuing.
I bare heretofore found a lot of things I
dare not tou;h in experimenting. I find a
good many things I never looked for.
(' lebrallaar Emanelpalloa Day.
Sr. JotsirH, Aug. 1. The celebration of
EuiKticlr atlon Day hero Is attended by an
I in men e throng. Fully three thousand
colored visitors arc in the city. The parade
and picnic has been postponed on account
of the inclement weather. The colored
folks are amusing themselves on tbe streets
and at a grand entertainment at the City
Hall. Col. James N. Bums, Hon. M. A.
Keed, Prof. William Jones, Mayor Pose
;at and liev. Howard, of Kansas, are hold
ing forth lu the City Hall.
The Prealdeat'a Trip.
Chicago, Aug. 1. President Arthur and
party are expected to arrive here to-morrow
forenoon. A committee of citizens
will meet the Presidential party outside of
the city and a reception will be tendered the
President at the rooms of the Union League
elub in the evenlug. The First Brigade of
s ate troops will serve as escort from the
railroad depot to tbe hotel on tbe arrival of
Huston, August 1. The Journal tays
that Charles II. Ward & Co., boot and thoe
maiiu'acturers of Boston and Brocton,
h ive to-day made an assignment to M. F.
Dickinson for tbe benefit of their creditors.
The liabilities are In the neighborhood of
1750,000. The assets at present are un
known. K.Shaw A Bros, owe the firm
The Monotony of the Strike Still Contin
uesLatest From St. Louis and
St. Louis, August 1. To-day tbe no
tires that have adorned the offices of tbe
Wowtoru Union stilting that all ncwsoi
are received subject- to delay were taken
down. Col. Baker said that tbe force had
become so satisfactory that these notices
could be dispensed with at a'.l the princi
pal offices, aud that if there was any occa
sion for delay to certain points which are
yet weak that pendera of such tneMagcs
would be notified. With respect to tbe im
pression that tbe business of the Western
Union had greatly decreased sinco tbe
strike, Col. Baker declared that it was
false. The busiuets fell to 6,000 messages
on the day of the strike at tbe local main
ollice. but since that time the average of
11, OW messages dally has been maintained,
and he estimated that the total diminution
would not be 10 per cent, of the usual
amount. As to complaints of tbe general
public he said no more bad been re
ceived, or at least vecy few, more, than be
fore tbe strike.
MASTER WORKMAN 8IIAW
was found by tbe reporter standing on tbe
corner of Third and Olive, watching the
Western Union building, and calling at
tention to tbe "scabs" and people ; olng In
"Just stop here and tee the people that
go into tbat office, and you'll find out how
few messages are tent," remarked the
boss striker. "Yesterday at balf-past
two, No. 33 was sent to Kanat City,
and before the strike, at the tame time
of tbejday, the natuber would have been
"What have you done about the railroad
"Nothing. They won't be called out
this neck. It stands this way, as Mitchell
tald at Chicago. The union Is bound to
win, and if tbe Western Union maintains
its stubborn attitude, we will , thow them
wbatwecando. We are Just as solid in a
body now as we were at first."
The Daughters ofSt. Crispin appropriat
ed $S0 to aid the operators. There is very
little in tbe situation tbat is new or Im
portant. It is likely that the operators will
arrange another excursion durlug tho last
of thli month.
At Mew York.
Nkw York, August 1. The situation of
the telegraphic strike is about tho tame.
There are rumors of an important move
ment soon to occur on the part of the
strikers, but nothing can be learned re
garding it Business U apparently going
on smoothly at the Western Union. All tbe
operators paid off were at work this morn
ing. The ttrlkers who desired money were
paid off by the Brotherhood to-day. Word
was received at pollco headquarters at noon
that a number of ttrlklng telegraph
operators and linemen had at
acniblcd up-town and were pro
vuntlng the linemen belonging to tho De
partment of Charities and Corrections from
climbing the poles to repair the wires. A
force of police waa sent to the scene. Thli
morning tbe police telegraph circuit run
nlng south from headquarters refuted to
work. When daylight came the linemen
who were tent out by the department found
Hint not far from headquarters some one
had film) ed the polo and placed a piece of
heavy wire around forty or fifty wlret that
run through the street bunching them all
togother. All tbe clrouita were thus dis
abled until tbe obstruction was removed.
T aat Dawn,
C'mioaoo, August l.-It was stated this
morning as a result of the strike, that It
has been decided to discharge all the work
men In the rolling mills at South Chicago,
where 1,800 axe usually enipfoved. Tbe
mann frment hja dsclde4 ITiWdMro fer
an ludcflulu p arias.
MORNINfl, AUGUST 2,
Sickening Sights ,it the Scene of tha
Earthquake The Victims Probably
Number 5,000 More About
Carey and His Assassin
Nafle, August I. A large stream of
lava is descending from the crater or Mount
Vesuvius in the direction of the town of
Torre del Ureco, which is riskily built ul
tbe southwest foot of the volcunlu moun
tain. The terrified Inhabitants are leaving
their home and fleeing with what luggage
tbey can carry to plat:es of safety. News
has alto reached here of another earthquake
which was felt here Tuesday and which
caused conniderahle alarm. This fact
associated with the singular fact of Vesuvius
being In a Hate of eruption, lias generated
much consternation In the towns w ithin the
ciclnlly of the volcano.
Tuesday night was a terrible one. Tho
weary workers continued their adopted
search smong the scarred ruins for the un
covered bodies with redoubled diligence,
burying the bodjes Immediately to prevent
ml.it-ma. The latest osti mutes places tho
number of deaths at between 4,000 and f,
). and ai it seems an impracticable, thin;'
to recover and bury all bodies, (ienala, tlm
MlnUter of Public Works, has ordered
that because of tbe intensely poisonous
tiench arising from the decomposing un
tovercd remains, that the corpses be left
txac.tly where tbey lie, and that liquid
lime with other disinfectants be poured over
the ruins made by the earthquake.
Some 1, 500 tons of chloride of lime wero
used Tuesday for deodorizing purposes.
The ilamasts to the property is estimated at
THE BISHOP KILI.KD.
London, August 1. The Bishop of
f'asarnlcriola, who was killed by the earth
quake there last Saturday uight, was lion-
ignor Ms.ul!, who was preconized In
partihus for his devoted services ou the oc
casion of tbe earthquako at Casamicciola In
TKI Kl TO Bit HUSHED.
Ekm.ix, August 1. Private telegrams
bave been received slating that there was u
li.'ht earthquake on the island of Ischia on
tbe -I'M of Jul v. but tbat fact was bushed
up hr the authorities for fear that If the
report was sent abroad the visitors would
be deterred from visiting tbe Island.
Lovdov, August l.The Conservatives
here are busy collecting a fund to be ued
in defending O'Donnell. A statement was
openly made in Nationalist circles to the
effect that it had been prearranged to kill
Carey on the last Sunday lu July. The
Paris papers have made considerable com
ment on the matter, a telegram having been
received at Paris from Brlusidl reading:
"James Carey has been shot, thank Gol!"
The telegram was afterwards forwarded
here. A recent telegram from Dublin
Hates that effigies ot Carey were burned
tnd mock funerals were held in various
Irish towns Tuesday night. A mob enter
ed some houses on Abbey street (Dublin)
and seized bedding, furniture
and other article with which to
make bonfires in celebration of the death of
James Carey. Kight big bonfires roarei'
round t arey's house as band marched
Ihroilgh the streets playing natintiAl airs,
mid followed by crowds of people loudly
cheering as they marched. The Fenians
nt-in to be gathering fresh pluck by these
enthusiastic demonstrations. A limes
correspondent at Cape Town savt O'Don
nell only took paA.sae for Cape Town, but
learning Carey was a fellow passenger ho
continued on the Journey with blin, on tho
steamer Melrose, and shot hliu when that
steamer was close to Algoa bay, in tbe
presence of the luformcr's fsmlly.
When O'Donnell was examined before
the Port F.llzabeth magistrate on tbe charge
of murdering Carey, evidence was given to
tbat Carey and O'Donuell had been drink
ing In a second -clan cabin Just before the
murder, and that when tbe steamer was
balf Kay between Table Bay aud Algoa
Bay, O'Donnell suddenly shot Carey In the
neck with a revolver. Carey staggered
away and O'Donnell followed and snot him
twice in the back. Carey died In twenty
raiuutcs. Mra. Carey deposed at the ex
amination tbat after the murder she asked
O'Donnell, "Did you shoot my htibband?"
and iio replied. "Yes, I was sent to do
it." Carey's Idcutlty was first suspected
by tbe steward, who noted his like
ness to portraits of the In
former. Cirey's demeanor on
board the steamer was very Imprudent. He
not ou ly provoked a row at a Cape Town
hotel by an abuse of the English, but lived
very freely, and persisted In showing a re
volver. O'Dounoll tays he was unaware of
Carey's Identity until be saw it stated In a
( ape Town paper who Power was, and he
then determined to kill htm. O'Donnell Is
about six feet high, bat gray eyes and dark
hair, is paralyzed in ono hand, and is
about 4S years of sge. He It accompanied
by a young woman whom he calls his
niece . and claims to haw been a California
London, August 1. There were three
moro deaths from cholera at Alexandria
London, August 1, A dltpatsb from
Cairo says there wero 820 deaths from
cholera In that city Tuesday.
DEATHS IN CAIRO.
London. August 1. A dispatch from
Cairo sayt that the number of deaths there
from cholera during the past twenty-four
hours was !!75.
London, August 1. A statement s Igned
by Lord Diinraven and Mount, Karls Saf
ford, Uough, Casllelon, Fortesctii) and
other landlords In Ireland, has benn sent to
Qladstonn, pointing out tho losses of rent
ind depreciation iu value lu land tbat has
taken pl'0 inconsequence of thu passage of
tho land act, and suggesting statu aid In tho
tbape of a loan for tbe relief ot the land
owners. Tbe agricultural holdings bill
pasted the third reading In tho Coinmous
N PA 1 51.
Madrid, August 1. King Alfonso and
Queen Christina arrived at the Koyal palace
Tuesday evening, The King went to tha
frontier to meet his royal spouse, This
fact dissipates whatever may still remain
If tha theory that the two bad quarreled.
US BII A N r.
Hkrun, August 1. -A large building on
Kuopulcker Straase, tins dry, utod In the
manufacture of volveti, w burned Turf
day night. Loas kmvy. Three firemen
were killed in the fafflng walla.
East Taw, Web,, AugwU 1. Tbe Ot
tad a Soil and Lusabar towpauy'i ttf satll
turned early yettwday toerauta'. Loss
Harrisiii'ku, Pa., August. 1. Tbe
Democratic convention assembled at 10:15
this morning and was called to order by
Chairman Hentel in a few remarks. The
list of delegates was called and for the first
tlrao in many years no contetted teat were
announced. Kobt. L. Wright, of Lehigh
comity, w tt cho-en temporary chairman by
acclamation, together with tbe necessary
officers for the transaction of preliminary
business. A resolution tbat a committee
on credentials, permanent organization
and resolutions consist ot one delegate frera
each Congressional district, to he named
by delegate!, was adopted and tha conven
tion adjourned until 2 p. m. Tbe conven
tion was very harmonloui and tha Indica
tions point to tho transaction of business
with dispatch. Robert K. James, of
Northampton, is likely to be tolected aa tha
A blraxo Price rtjrht.
Chicago, August 1. A large representa
tion of tbe sporting fraternity took baoks
at 3 o'clock this morning to witness a prise
fight between two ambitious hitters named
O'Connor and McCune. The ring wss
pitched alongside the track of the Pan Han
dle railroad, sUt en miles from the city.
Tho mill w ss bi ought to a sudden termina
tion by o'Connrr gettin: a fall in the first
round by which his arm was broken. The
police of this city pursued the party la
patrol wagons, but arrived on the scene
after the departure of the contestants i nd
Itulibed of Ilia Pene on Money,
Cincinnati, August 1. Fred Weisser,
nearly sixty ysars old, was found this
morning lying alongside of the road near
hit home, Poplar (irove, Ky., beaten nearly
to death, lie was Insensible, lie bad
drawu700 back pension money and af
terwards was seen drinking with compan
ions. There was not a cent about him when
found. His lotarua was broken and a gash
in the forehead teemed to revwal a skull
blow. No clew to the ro'jbers. .
Tbe Public Deb. -
Washington, August 1. The debt
statement thowt tho decrease of the public
debt during July to be $7,iW0,600; cash in
treasury, J351, W0, J46; gold certificates,
$83,4.V2,040: silver certificates, 189,271,415;
certificates of deposit, 112,910,000; re
funding certificates, $337,700; legal ten
ders. $:i4G,73U,926 fractional currency,
A UUt Fall tree. '
Lancaster, Pa., August 1. Tbe Lan
caster Watch company auspended to-day,
throwing 250 bands out of employment.
Tbe suspeusion was occasioned by the fail
ure of A. Bltocr, the late manager and
principal stockholder of th6 company. The
directors state that the suspension U on'y
Ibw Roy Harderer.
Piitsruku, P.i,, August l.Biba Jones,
tbe colored boy murderer, who, lo in un
provoked attack, killed John Fuater about
a year ago. had been soutenced to be banged
on Thursday, October 4.
A 8IUU.000 Fire.
Bridgepori, Conn., August l.Dex
tor's hat factory at Danbury, Conn., was
burned last evening with the coaunta. Tbe
loss amounted to nearly $100,000. It was
A Oetaalter 4-apUnd.
Nkw Hkunpwick, if. J., August 1-
Levi 1 1. .lorrard, the misting ex-postmaster
and defaulting ex-eountf coiiectorto tbe
amount of $.'(!. (Xhj, was captured at Niaga
ra Falls, Ontario, yesterday.
ftew llaaipshire Heiiatarabtp.
Concord, N. II., August 1. On tbe
thirty-ninth ballot for United States Sena
tor to-day, Pike gainod 0 over yesterday's
votu; Huron 10; Manrton 8. Chandler lost
A It II hard Malrb.
Long Branch. August 1. -The match
game ul billiaids between ISIoAsotu and
llciser clns-.i nftor mldulght. Ilclser Aiaa
be ate a Ui., ,
AUGUST 1, 1883.
CATTLE Fairly active; exports
fOtetJ 5.'ij itood to eliolee shipping !,-' Wd
0 00; common to fair H "') 40; butch
ers ii 7.Va4 7ft.
Hu( is Fairly active; 5c to 15c lower;
light $5 TOrdti m; mixed packing 5 Wtt
5 50; heavy packing and snipping $5
13 ST. LOUIS.
CATTLE-Export steers $5 80fri00; good
to heavy do iloirfj 75; light to fair $4 Ko
5 10; common to medium V 40frM H5; fair
to good Colorado Utto 50; southwest $3 75
Ia4So; grass Texans $3 25ro4 7ft; light to
good stoekers 1 5uMI 75; fair to good feed
ers W K.Vat 20; common to choice native
rows and Ind for $3 25(44 25; scallawaga of
any kind ii 75WI ikj.
SI1KKI' Common, medium and light
$2 2.'nrf.3 50; fair to good W 80fd4 00; prlmo
$4 1'itrrl 60; fair lo good Texan $2 IVr-) 75.
Hi RiS Lower; demand active for lights
grades. Yorkers $5 IW(aH) 00-bulk at J 00;
packing .V,r,'i 25; butchers $3 40;5 65; skips
and cuilsjt 75fat4 W.
WIIF.AT - Lower; closing at H 00
August; lH02'i September; H04V
October: $l 00 November; $1 00 year.
COltN'-Lower; 40', August: 40V
September; 4'.i s October; 4S November:
40 "i veur.
UATs Lower; 27 August; BOX Septem
ber; 2UV October; 2(1 b, year.
WIIKAT-Lower; closlnir at fl 05V
August; $1 07 September; $1 Oil's'
October: fill', November; H Oft year.
COIIN--Lower; 4U't Aiuu.t; 47V
Seplcmlii'l'! 47 '.WI7'. October; 41 s year.
OATS-Firmer; 21 Hi Augiit;25 Sep.
tetiiber; 21 'i year,
WIIK.vr-AiiL'iisi $1 IMS: Sentenilicr
fl HI . : i)ctoiicrl lVitM l.vs ( November
l 20', (rill 20.
( niiNAH';iist iii',f,injin,'j September
(llanJI's ; October ill ' ; November til V.
on ii try Produce,
HUTTHIl Creamery sells at 1llf.'0
for choicu tu fancy, tu 21 for selections;
overheated or pour ut dairy rales; dairy
nl I.Vrili for choice lo fancy; fair to good
0(ul2i common Wir 10. Country packed -Slow
anil unchanged; selected iiaw, mod.
1 vi in ftwT.
I'oUl.TKY-CfnIet and iiiiehan;eil. We
quote i Mprimr chickens small firl 50;
fair to good f l Vi'a'l; choice to fancy large
t2iW2.V. spring ducks f2 2iVmx .Ml, old
clilcl s Cuek, filoja 25 mlxi'd W 40(d
H un; hens fil 75.
KiiiisModcrately active at lie candled
slid Hie for choice marks iblporra' ac
Mixed American corn to arrlva
declined ,'ld. Spot wheat dull aud aler;No,
J spring wheat it- Id; No. H spring none
In market. Wesiern wiaterlls 1 1, Mixed
western corn dull and depressed al as 4td.
Demand 'rem Culled Kiugduaa aud Ota
Uncut dud for wheat ana uariu
health and avoid sickness.
Instead pf 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
Mow? By getting one
bottle of Brown' Iron Bit
ters, and taking it regularly
according to directions.
Mansfield, Ohio, Nov, a6, i88i.
Gentlemen : I have suffered with
pain in my side and back, and great
soreness on my breast, with snoot
ing pains all through my body, at
tended with great weakness, depres
sion of spirits, and loss of appe
tite. I have taken several different
medicines, and was treated by prom
inent physicians for my liver, kid
neys, ana spleen, but I Rot no relief.
I thought I would try Brown's Iron
Hitters; I ha ie 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 ba
called iikittgpf midiciiut.
John K. Allkndbs.
Brown's Iron Bitters is
composed of Iron insoluble
form; Cinchona the great
tonic, together with other
standard remedies, making
a remarkable non-alcoholic
tonic, which will cure Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Malaria,
Weakness, and relieve all
Lung and Kidney diseases.
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