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week, and no other
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r'crfecty l.irnil.-s-., i,scd ini.-rn..lly or
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nondtliopuroliH rour wrilli'ii :iini!intn' ti r.
fund t lio nioiwy if Itm ttvutnit'iit docb uotcflucf
euro. Giiunin'.iH- ikhiixiI tmly by
HARRY W. SCIIUH,
Druu!t. dr. Oommrr .ial nu. AKih t., Cairo.
QK0IM5E II. LKAUII, M.I).
PHYSICIAN tt SURGEON.
fpt-clal nlUiilUiti piiidlo the II irui! p.nlilc Iruat
Dent of fiirulciil dlef...', and u'.in ii-o uf women
and dilUln n.
OKHCK (in lllh Htri-ot, ojijh xite' t!;u l'ot-offli-.n.
J)K. J. Ii. STKONO,
128 Conuiiciriiil Ave, Cairo, III.
VAI'OK, EI.Hu'TKO VAPUII and M KUiC.sTKU
A lady In attuinliini u.
H. V.', 0. JOCKIAN,
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IJrTlCB -KlirliOi Htrrnt tn-itr (imf 'e'ii! Xtdiitiu
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bitili mentis Clt"i IllliinU,
ITT All klndn ol lltfht and hunvy hUckumllltlnii,
Wignn and rurrlujju work doim In tliti muft woik
manllka maunnr. ll imo-nhooInK aipuciully aud
MUfaotlon u uaraL Uwd .
MALAWI A S
Uli.n la .A. .11 ITa'O.
CAIRO . DAILY
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HOW THE WORLD WAGS.
Two New Telegraph Companies to
Furnish Cheap News.
The New York Sensation A Negro In
fatuated with a White Woman -Folitioal,
Nkw Yohk, Artist 2. Alderman
Hadlr-y, of London, pretlditnt of tliu North
Aninrlmtn, BrltUh and Canadian Cble
c inipnny,ialled for Knzland Wudnesday on
itie atfanmhlp (jallla. 1IU miuiiion to lliU
country, which wan to nectire telegraphic
i:onin:i;tlon throuirh the United Stntc and
Canuila, tndf'iicndetit of the old companies,
hi; uy Inm hi'tn mi;eesful. The Ameri
can, British ami Canadian. Cable company
was organized to transmit cablegrams at
rh.!iiiiT rate and with more dlnpatcb than
at pn-htnt. Alderman Iladley, who was
nei:n by a reporter on the Gallia, rejoiced
over the ttiiueetia of hh itcheine. "The
new company," lie nald, "haabecn orpa.
nii'd in opposition to existing orjjania
tions. We Khali (five the public, dcupite
the opposition of a certain syndicate, more
rapid and more certain communication
w ith Kurope at lankly reduced rstes. All
contrtcis have bfen completed, which in
jure for ten yern at leant
t HICAPKK rACUJ I IES TO PKOPI.I
who wiKh to use the cable. Wo
t'til, upon my return
to Kuk'land, to make imme
(liiilii arrangerucnts for the full completion
of the entire system, and hh&ll proceed by
layinij a cable from Penzance to Sable
Island, und from tba'. point to Halifax. At
the latter placo we shall be connected with
the entire telegraphic system of the
lioniinlou of Canada, and by a favorable
nrntniiement unt completed with the Anier
iean I'ostal Telegraph company vie shall
huvn direct communication throughout the
I'nlted State. Our cable will be about
li.TOO miles Ions, and more (Mroct than any
other now exintlug. Eventually the com
pany will have a cable running to New
York. The capital rtock is $1,600,000, and
the greatest share of it Is already subscrib
ed. The new cable will be a few miles
shorter than the otbem, but it is our ftyntem
of operation that will enable us to transit
mes,;ien rapidly and at very cheap rates.
It would not be advisable to state, Just at
present, ht our system is. This much I
will say, however, it is entirely new, it
(ruarantees absolutely cheapness, rapidity
and certainty, and tbeso fill all the require
ments uf the public. I am not at liberty to
state the nature of our contract with the
American Postal Telegraph company, ex
cept that it Is an alliance that will benefit
the public and that pooling with other com
panies is prohibited for years. I expect
that we shall be In operation within six
A NKW COMPANY LVCORPORATKD.
A certificate Incorporating the Ex
change Telegraph company was filed
Wednesday in the County clerk's office.
The lines of the company are to run from
this city to San Francisco, Cal., touching
at all Intermediate points which may be
desired. The capital stock Is fixed at $.
000,000. divided into 2,000 shares of $1,000
each, and provision is also made for the In
crease of the capital stock In case it be
comes necessary. The incorporators are
Stephen I). Field, Charles S. llurd. Alex
ander Thain, J. Uciitley Squire and James
C. Jewett. The Bankers' and Merchants'
Telegraph company secured a loan from
the Farmers' Loan and Trust company of
300, wO, for which it has issued 300 bonds
Of the denomination of $1,000 each.
Tos;ethPr lu Death bo I tHcparated la
Nkw Yokk, August 2. The victims of
the terrible tragedy which occurred on
Monday last at No. 211 West Tweniy-
second streot, lay side by side yesterday at
Clark's undertaking establishment, at No.
200 West Twenty-thlrd street. An im
mense throug of curious people besieged
the doors all day, anxtotu to get a sight at
the remains of the late Mrs. Shephard,
alias Kellcy or Vouilalre, and her reputed
husband, Mr. Horace B. .Shephard. At
times the crowd was so great that tho
undertaker was compelled to keep persons
from Jostling and crushing one another.
Tho body of Mrs. Shepbard lay packed in
an ice-case. Close by lay, m if In quiet
lumber, the body of young Shep
hard, ills remains were dressed
in a p'.ain black suit and the arms were
folded peacefully on the breast. About
twenty minutes to 3 o'clock the body was
placed in a vehicle and rapidly driven to the
New Haven sleumor pier, Peck slip,
where a steamer which had been delayed
some tlmo by its non-arrival was In wait
Ing for it, It was received by two former
friends of the doccaseu. They accompanied
It on tho way to paybrook, Conu, The
funeral services were conducted by Mr.
Hurt, after which the remains will be In
terred In tho family burying ground. Mrs,
SlicphurU's body Itls intended to leave In
chargo of the undertaker until the arrival
of her mother. It is expected that she will
reach the city to-morrow, and If so the
funeral services will proably bo held on tht
or the following day.
A Wlrksxl NeiRro.
New Yokk, August 2. Joseph Diaz, a
burly negro, mado a desperate attempt this
morning to murder Mrs, Maria Marthone,
Cuban, tho wife of aclgar-maker, because
she would not desert ber husband and live
with him. Murtbono bad supported Diaz
during the past winter and spring when
ho was out of work. This morning early
Diss forced an entrance to Mrs. Marthone'tf
bed-room, and after vaiuly endeavoring to
get her to leave her husband, shot her four
times in the head, producing wounds that
will, in all probability, cause her death.
Mrs. Murthono's Infant received a bullet in
Its foot. Joseph Unmet, a friend of Mrs,
Marthono, wiu struck on tho boad by Diaz
with tho butt of his revolver and rendered
unconscious. Diaz was arraigned and bold
to nwalt the result of the victim's injuries.
A i,0OO,000 Morla-ago.
CiticAOO, August 8 A mortgage for
(10,000,000 was recorded yesterday at
Springfield, III. Cyrus C. Dines, of the
ludluim and Union Trust company of New
York, lent tho mosey to tho Ohio and Mis
sissippi railway. The object of the mort
gage Is to enable the company to regain the
oustody of iti property which has been la
possession of the courU under foreuloaurt
prvceedlop alnoe tho year lo.i
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, FltlOAY
ITAKHisnuo, Pa., August 2. -At 10:15
yesterday tho Democratic convention was
called to order by Chairman Hensel In a
few remarks, When the list of dolegutet
was called it was found thut thero were no
contested seats. Itobert L. Wright, of
Lehigh county, was choson temporary
chairman, with the necessary officers for
preliminary business, Taggurt was noiul
nated Auditoisfioncriil bv a vote of Us) to
7, and Powell was elected statu
treasurer by 2TD vote. The following Is
condensed report of tho committee on
The Democracy of Pennsylvania reassert
their belief in the rigid enforcement of the
Federal Constitution In civil service ro-
form, and in such taxation us is requisite
for tho necessities of an economically ad
ministered government; that Import dutiei
should be so unpllcdisto afford a Hist com
pensation to labor. They denounce the
proposition of the Republican party that the
people should be taxed to raise a surplus
fund for the Federal Igoverntnent to distri
bute among the states, and that the existing
surpliu fund In the treasury should be ap
plied to the pavment of the public debt.
Tbcy insist on reserving the public lands
for actual settlers; not another acre for cor
porations. They further declare that the
administration offiov, Paulson has amply
vindicated tho pledges of reform upon
which it was elected, and that the
economics enforced by the
Democratic House of Representa
tives In the departments of the state gov
ernment, which have passed under Demo
cratic control, and the abolition of useless
oflices that were a burden upon the people,
give assurance that the extension of that
control to othei departments of the state
government will be accompanied by real
reforms upon the extravagance aud Irreg
ularity which huvc prevailed under Repub
lican administration, anil that the tax laws
of the slate should be revised and so
changed as to make them more equal and
more Jut, and bear equally on all
clssses of property. It was then resolved
that the rules of the party be so amended
us to fix the time of the annual meeting of
the Slate Comndttee at 4 p. m. of Wednes
day after the third Monday In January, in
stead of the third Monday as now pro
Tha Hill Iovei(la-Btlua;l'Binltte.
Washington, August 2. The Hill In
vestigating committee resumed its session
this morning with Zui(ler, the foreman for
Bartlett, Hay ward & Co., on the stand. He
was cross-examined by Coleman as to the
changes made in tho heating apparatus in
the Chicago custom house. He said tho
changes were authorized by Superintendent
McDowell upon representations made by
himself (Zelgler). Coleman was asked If
he was through, and he said, "Not quite."
He theu offered in evidence the plans and
specifications and vouchers, which he said,
showed that the furring and lathing work
on the public buildings in Austin, Nash
ville, Washington, Harrisburg, Utica, Bos
ton, Paducah, Pittsburg, Cincinnati and
New York, amounting to large sums of
money, had been given to Dwight and
Hoyt without s contract and without com
petition . Totten objected to the introduc
tion of such evidence. He said the state
ment was not borne out by the facts. The
work was done under a contract and in
proper form. A committee took the matter
under consideration, aud the contract for
furnishing the beating apparatus of the
custom house at Cincinnati was awarded to
Samuel I. Pope of Chicago at $128,000.
Doraey's Mtattaaeata Denied.
Chicago, August J. A morning paper
publishes an interview with WhitclawKeid
of the New Y'ork Tribune, relative to the
appointment of Stanley Matthews to the
Supreme bench. Mr. Iteid gives emphatic
denial to the whole story. The following
is the'interview: The reporter said he bad
been seen to ask Mr. Held concerning
Dorsey's statement about tho alleged bar
gain which Dorsey said lteid probably
knew about, for the appointment of
Stanley Matthews to the Supreme bench.
Keid replied: "I never made any such
ba t'ulu with Gen. CiartJeld, directly or in
Uircctly, and I have no reason to think that
any such bargain was made by any one
else. I never even asked him for the ap
pointment of Matthews, uor did I know
that Matthews was to be appointed until
after bis lejection by the Senate under
Ilayesi" An Interview with Mr. Gcorgo
Jones, of the New York Times, is also
published, in which Jones pronouncei
untrue the Dorsey statement, that be bud
ever aked for, or sought, or accepted, aid
from the national committee, of any
CHAfi, FORD ARRESTED.
Out-law Identified as One of the
Blue Cut Train Robbers;
Kansas City, Mo., August 2. Char
Icy Ford, the brother of Bob, who killed
Jesse James, was arrested this aftornoon on
a chargo of robbery in the first degree,
Tho order for his arrest has been iu the
hands of the marshal several weeks.. The
indictment was returned against blru on the
testimony of persons who identified him as
one of the Blue Cut train robbers. He
will bo arraigned to-morrow,
Tho Blue Cut train robbery was com
mitted lu October, 1881, and was tho last
of the exploits of the James gang.
Frank and Jesse James, Dick Llddel, tho
Fords, and a half dozen others have been
mentioned as certainly Identified with tho
crime. They got very little plunder, and
one of them manifested his disappointment
by knocking the express messcugcr down
with tho butt of a revolver,
A New Policy.
Nitw YoitK, Augusts. Tho World says:
"An income tax Is essentially a Democratic;
tax. It Is tho only tax that reaches the
wealthy and excepts the poor, while our
entire present tax system boars upon tho
poor as Bgulnst tho wealthy. Tho cry thai
the party favoring tbo income tax would
be destroyed Is simply nonsense. Such
tax, exempting Incomes below V.0O0,
would reach less than 500,000 people, while
our customs duties and internal revenue
taxes reach 60,000,000. Let tbo Democrat
ic partv inscribe on its banners, 'An in
come tax and a tax on inheritances,' and It
will materially increase it present strength
Bodies) t'onud lu the Wreck.
TkoYi N. Y.i Augtut 3. The wrock
of tbo colliding freight trains on the Troy
and Boston road near North Powual yester
day is cleared, and the bodies believed to
be those of Mark Sutherland, engineer II.
H. Bruce operator; and Charles Marden,
englneor, have been found, burnei fright
fully. The remaining bedles are etlll miss
ing. It is believed tbat they hav been re
ducviktoubM. Lots, $0000
M0BN1N0. AtJOPSt 8. 18B3
At New York.
f Nw Y'okk, August 2. The operator of
iho brotherhood who makes his headquar
ter in the operating room furnished a re
port of tho condition of affairs in the office
and said that tho enmiiny was completely
embarrassed. Special press dispatches
were said to be mixed and almost unintelli
gible. ''One man, (Juyon, who returned
to work yesterday, went out thl morn
ing." The report says, "Boston business
delayed four hours and twelve minutes.
Business while awaiting transmission is
kept on vacant dusk. All Western business
badly mixed; so badly, in fact, that It is
difficult to toll where the delay Is." Tho
operator on the Detroit wire sent a message
timed 4:12, and tho message directly un
der it timed 2:17, and the one below 2:00.
Business for tho city of St. Louis
baa been piling up all the morning, but
getting rid of a good deal of it now, but
cannot say how. Chicago pietty well up
but still sadly behind. Delay on Morse
wires ranges from one and a quarter hours
to five and a half hours. At 2 p. m. busi
ness wa.t ent by Wheatslone Instruments,
only 15 minutes' delay. When tho hooka
begin to look full on heavy wires tho mes
s iges are taken down and placed on desks,
which makes evervthing look all clear to
strangers. Baltitnoro and Washington
bavo apparently nothing; business is very
light. Philadelphia clear all Afternoon.
Delay on Cincinnati's wires, at times,
three hours. On Pittsburg the delay was
seldom more than three hours und a
half; messages sent out at 4:30 timed 2:17.
Albany bttslnes two and a uurtcfNiours
behind. Eastern and Erie wires working
badly. Syracuse three hours behind. Buf
falo three hours and a half. There arc con
stant calls for Mr. Morris, the electrician,
to attend to tbo wires. One man, named
Morford, workod consecutively thirty-two
hours, only being relieved a', meal times.
It will take along timo to get things in mov
Ing order again."
This report the operators say Is perfectly
accurate and reliable, and on no condition
would this operator be allowed to misrep
resent things, as the report Is Intended, not
so much for publication, as for the execu
tive committee of the Brotherhood. The
offlclalisay Ibat such reports are all bonh
and nonsense. They claim that business
was, except at a very few points, all up,
and tbat the amouut of work done wa al
most as much as usual.
Al SU Loulis.
Sr. Lorifl, August 2. The officials of
the Western I'nlou profess to bo satisfied
with the situation. They still keep up that
same old assertion, "The back-bone of the
strike is broken," and claim that they are
doing fully as much business as before tho
strike. This is denied by the strikers, who
allege that there exists a decrcaso of busi
ness amounting to 40 per cent, at least. No
action has been taken toward culling out the
railroud operators, but a request has been
mado of them to refuse Western Union bus
iness. Should tho railroads insist upon
their doing commercial and leaving the
Brotherhood, then they will be ordered out.
This action was takcu lu Nashville, Tcnii.,
by tho operators on the Louisvlllo k Nash
ville line. The "subjsct to delay" notices
have been removed from the offices here and
in Chicago. '
Nkw Yokk, August 2. The last con
tingent of the striking dress and cloak
m tkers returned to work this morning, and
the trouble is now at end. The employes
will now receive $15 a wsek for ten hours'
work a day, and no night work will bo done
unless paid for extra.
' Nleknes and Death at Alloa.
Alton, III., August 2. There is great
mortality here among children because of
cholera Infantum. A little daughter of
Wm. Johnson, of St. Louis, who brought
her here expressly to escape the dust and
h"ut of the city, died last Saturday. H.
W. Chamberlain, the druggist; J. A.
Cousley, of tho Alton Telegraph; awl Sup
ervisor J. M. Cotter were all bereaved in
this way yesterday. The doctors report a
great number of cases und are kept busy
night and day atteudlug to them. There is
little sickness among adults.
An unknown man, aged about 35, was
killed by a C. & A. train while walking on
the track near Mitchell, night bnfnro last.
Ho was evidently deaf. He was about the
I verage height, with dark complexion,
eyes, hair and mustache, and he was clad
in a blue flannel shirt aud Joans trousers.
VicTOitu, B. C, August 2. The dry,
hot weather continue here. There has
been no rain for two months. Forest fires
arc raging everywhere and the air Is filled
with smoke. Yesterday afternoon tho heat
from the forest tires Ignited the powder in
the Onderdonk Mill, near Yale, which blew
up. Every pane of glass In tho town ol
Yale was broken. No one was killed, but
several were badly hurt. Three hundred
and sixty cases of giant powder and ten
eases of black powder exploded. Tho loss
Mob Work In Ibe Month.
Nkw Oiimcans, August 2. Wednesday
night a crowd assembled at the Jail In May
crvllle, ad demanded tho keys from the
sheriff, who refused to glvo them up.
They then broke in the door and took out
D. W. rresicll, under arrest fur rapo
on a girl nine years old, and banged hi in in
tho court house yard.
Hilled at a Fire.
New York, August 2. By a fire In
tenement house In Brooklyn, early this
morning, four persons wcro Injured, two
fatsllv. But for tho prompt action of tho
milieu and firemen, who rescued many, tin
ios of lifo would have been greater. Tin
loss to property Is only nominal.
A Railroad Accident,
Nrwtokt, Vt., August 2. Fifteen or
more passcuger wcro Injured hy an acci
dent on the Southeastern road Wednesday,
two or three perhaps fatally. The accident
occurred at a slight curve, tho rails proba
bly spreading by tho weight of the engine.
Another H'lle Murder and Nalrlile.
Bai.timork, August 8. William Smith,
40 years of age, who keeps a small grocery
store hero, had a dlOJculty with hi wife
this morning, when ho shot her dead with
pistol. After killing alt wife he killed
ClUMPAitiir, III., August 2. -Pearl, the
year-old daughter of B. V. Harrlann of
this city was playing near a nontbe on
Thursday night when hr eJothlnir caught
fire. She waa horribly burnt, Dler In
.uriet arettougal tobdlaiai, ii-..
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THE OLD WORLD.
Eleven Tlonsand Victimi of Cholera An
other Earthquake Shock at Ischia ;
London, August 2. The weekly state
nient of tne Bank of England show the in
crease ol bullion to "e W3,000. The pro
portion of the bank reserve to Its liability ii
44 Ji per cent.
London, August 2. A movement lion
foul for the erection of memorial to and
the raising of a fund for the assistance of
tho family of C'upt. Webb.
Lo Do.v, August 2. -The amount of bul
lion gone Into the Bank of Kuglitnd on bal
ance to-day Is 112,000.
A 111(1 FAIM'RE.
London, August 2. Kelly, Woolrlch
& Co., merchants, have failed. Liabilities
Napi.ks, August 2. King Humbert yes
terday visited the scene of, the earthquake
at Ischia and went over the ruins of the
destroyed towns. He expressod the
deepest sympathy with tlu sufferers, and
directed the distribution of money and pro
visions to those in need.
Ntri.KS, August. 2. Another severe
shock of the earthquake was felt on the
Island lusi evening, which put a stop to the
work of searching anions the ruins for the
bodies of the victims. It is believed that
some persons iiuried under me tailing
buildings at the time of the earthquake are
still alive in the ruins.
Havana, July 28. The body of Major-
General Old will, according to the .instruc
tions received from the I'mtedSUtes:, be
(lepositciltin the Do Profundi Hall lulbe
cemetery until the cooler season seta In,
when it will be seni North.
Havana, July 2S . The;steatncr, City of
.Merida, which left to-duy for New York,
had, upon arrrlral here from Vera C ruz
and progress, ten of her crew sick
with fellow fever, two of whom were dan
gerously sick. Thoy were sent to the private
Bkiilin, August 2. The Emperor
William has directed that the four hun
dredth birthday of Martin Luther shall be
observed by all Protestants. The schools
und the students of universities will cele
brate at Erfurt, on August 8, the entry
of Luther into that town. ,
Alexandria, August 9. Two deaths
rom cholera occurred here yesterday. ,The
otal number of deaths from cholera in
Egypt since the first outbreak of the disease
to date is 11,000.
Montrkal, August 2. Three miracu
lous cures are reported to have occurred on
the pllgrlmtge of tbo Ottawa people to the
shrine of Stunne do Beaupre. One was
girl named Lavonla Duriou, who had lost
one of her logs sevoral years ago by acci
dent. The other cures are tboso of two
children 6 years old, who have never been
able to walk. Father Labelle vouches for
A Hi. I.oula failure.
St. Lous. August 2. Jus. McKkhol,
the Llndcll Hotel merchant tailor, having
mado an assignment to Yallo Iteyburn for
the benefit of his creditors, the assignee is
now taking an inventory of the stock on
hand, which Is estimated to be worth $12,
000. Various other assets will amount to
as much mure, and the liabilities are said to
AUGUST. 2, 1883.
' Live Stock.
CATTIX-Ex ports $o736 55;
choice to lOrdu oo; common to
HOGS Moderately active; 6c higher toy
light and iodise lower for neavf;
light $.') tWO 50; mixed poking $5 lOTn
6 40; heavy packing and shipping $5 40W
CATTLE Export steers $38500t good
to heavy do $5 35tt5 75; light to fslrW &V
5 10; common to medium $4 40Ci4 (& flr
to good Colorado Wi5 60; southwest $3 75
l4H.'i; grass Texaus $3 2&o)4 7S; light to
good stocker $'! 503:i 75; fair to good feed
ers $.1 K5r4 20; common to choice native
:ows anil heifers $.1 'iViM 75; soattawaga of
anv kind $2 5Va2 75.
SHEEP Continues steady with a fair de
mand, and prices firm at $2 2504 50 for
common lo prime.
WHICAT Lower) closing at J100V
August; $102S' September: $104
October; $1 05S November; $1 COY year.
CORN Lower; 41IX August; 49 V
Septembers 48Jt Octobers 47 Novembers
41 'i vear.
ber; 27 X October; 20 S' your.
WHEAT Lowers closing at $1 04
August; $100 September; $1 0MX
October; $I10' November; $1 04 S year.
COliN-- Lower; 4HV August; 40 V
September; 4(!4 Octobers 40H year.
OATS-Weaker; 24 V August; 23 Sep.
tomber; 24. Si year.
. NKW YORK.
W 1 1 EAT August $1 LI Wr3 September
$1 15 ; October $1 KSOfinS; November
$1 llisroil 15.
coif N 'August (10; September OO.V;
October 00 ' ; November OUrcfOO.
lilTl'Elt-Creamery sells at 19rrf20
for choice to fancy, to 21 for selections;
overheated or poor at dairy rales; dairy
at I.Vnl7 for choice to fancy; fair to good
0ral2; common bv 10. Country packed
Mow, choice ul 1'ia 10, common d(il.
FtiiiS A tinner feeling manifest, but
ttinlably unchanged; demand was brisk at
lie. for eamlled untl lOo for choice marks
of current receipts,
I'oCLTItY Oulet and unchanged. We
quote: hprmg chickens Small $lfal 50;
fair to itood tl 7.W.J; choice to funny large
$2 252 50. Spring ducks $2 25ft2M). Old
chickens-Cocks, $t:i26 mixed $S 40f
a on; hens $;i 76.
Hot is Weak ami lower. Demand only
fair. Light to good Yorkers $5 ttnraVl 90;
mixed to good packing $0 GiZ 26; butohori
'Weather In England line. Red wluter
wheat oft coast advanced tid. Spot wheat
rather easier) No. 2 spring wheat 9 ldj
No. 8 spring none lu market. Western
winter 0s 2d. Mixed western corn dull
and negleotetl at bi id. Demand from
United Kingdom and Continent duUtad
neglected fur wheat and corn.
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. it, 1881.
Gentlemen : I hairs suffered with
pain in my side and Dack, and great
soreness on my breast, with shoot
ing pains all through my body, at
tended with great weakness, deprea
ion of spirits, and loss of appe
tite. I have tnlcen several different
medicines, and was treated by prom
inent physicians for my liver, kid
ney, ana spleen, but I not no relief.
1 thought I would try brown's Iron
Bilteri ; I have now taken one bottle
and a half and am about well pain
in side and back all gone ioreneu
all out of my breast, and I have a
good appetite, and ani gaining in
strength and flesh. Itcan justly b
Called ihtkingtif nudicintt.
John K. Allindk.
Brown's Iron Bitters is
composed of Iron in soluble
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.
rplIK CITY NATIONAL HANK.
Of' Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Baukiiijr Business
V. II AILlilAY
piNTEUPUiSE SAVING HANK.
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Egyptian Floiirin Mills
Hlht8tCab Price Paid for WhMt.
PltOritlKTOR OF SPHOAT'B PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in loe.
ICI BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, W ELI,
PACKED FOR UUIPPINO
Oar LoadB q Specialty.
Cor.Twelftli Street and Lovea