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A IIuUMthoIll ArlU.1 f
itf for Universal
For Kcmlct nml
I Typhoid I ever.,
vul lull, Ulcerated
I I'UI, HI nH K, UIIU
II Contagious Diseases. 1'cisons w.iitini: on
the Sick should Use it freely. Si ail' I rVver ha
rover Ih-'-ii known to rt.-ul wh-.r; lli 1 liml was.
used. Yllw I cvi.r has li.tn mri'l with it after
lilltt k vmiill liml litken place. The wurit
Cases of l'ihthetiu yield to It.
JVverrd ni.lSli klVr. I HM.tIX-1'OX
mm icficshcd and , and
llfd Sor prevent- ' I'JTTINO of HnniM
fi by lutlni
wii' ! i'o imKvi;mi;i)
I in u r 4 Air made
hurmlcs and fmriti 'I .
Fur horn 1 liroul it i . a
for Knotted I Vet,
fx.lt Wi.ltel otiiilc.
limit secured ty iu use.
Klil I-'tvi-r irvnt"d
lu purify tht Hi-mill,
( lMIIMIt Mil' Terlll,
it can't be mti..isse.l.
tatnrrli relieved ai'd
t lire I,
liyscnte J rui ed.
Xl UUIIllii licalcl r.i.idl'.
Hcurvy i ured.
An Antlilol for Animal
tir V'cg'rtalile 1'olswis,
A m-inlicr of my fam
lly is taken with)
Small pnx. i used tli
1 liiul ; the patient wa
n it l' liri ins, wiu not
pitted , and wai about
tlie house aK.iiti in three
weeiis, and no others
hail it. - J. W. Iakk
Th T.hyjiciani here
use linhvs Hunl vei
Mi'Xcssf'tlly In the treat
ment of inphtlmia.
A bim i knwiwi.k.
I Tetter Hiicd up.
I used the Hui'l during i
t liolelll prevented
eur (.resent altlicttoii ssiiii
fetirlet Kever with iif
tidrd tt'lvatiuge. It is
lniiisj.ens..M! to the s'n:lt
room. Wii. K. Sanu
o.o, Eyne. AU.
I leer, puiib'.il J
Ill I HH Sof Dl Mtll it
h:iull lie used ab,iii
the crre it wili
pitiful any unplcus..
The cinllii'lit I'hy.
nil In ii,. I, M AKIOV
hl.MS M. !., Svw
1 oi K, wt : " ant
tonvinrrd I'r-'f Ilarliyi
l'r- r-li Ij- lie 1' luid ik a
al.u: le liinifei.uiit,"
Vnilirt)llt lulviimlty, Vmln lllc, Ti nn.
1 testify to the nirst emcllcnl rjnahti of I'rof.
ftari.yi l1iophyla..lic As a di-.uue:t.iiit and
detciijriit it it Unh tiieuretn ally jn-l prattailly
uwri.,r to any prrpar.i'.i ,n v,uh v.)i, h I am a.
ijiuiiittd -N. T. LirtuK, ItJ. Ckenmtiy.
Dinlivn I Inlil in 1:i-I'(iiiiiiimii1i'(I by
1 1 -in Alixaimh )I Siimmii n,, ol ,,rtia;
k'.v t'HAs K Ialhh, l-i. 1 ., t. Ii.irt.ti of the
birangsrv, N. Y. ;
In,. I.ii''i.WK,."olui:;,i.1 pr f Ciiiser.ity.S;.
r.. A. J .a : i ii, J'j .( , M.-t.r I'niv ri: ;
K- ' K. I'" k, J:.ihyp M. . U.ur h,
IMH.M'KNSAHI.r: 1(1 KVKISV IIOMK.
i'crfectiy luir.'nlrss Lcd tn-.riuiiy or
ent'-rruiiy . r Mjn or llcast.
Tile Hui i has Ucu ll'..ri.nl.ly t. Me l, and we
have ab iiiijain es.dcii. r it., it ii has donet-virvthing
hre ci.iniK J r i li.ll-1 irif .rin.ii..n uet of y jur
l'ruf it a pauip:. ct or srini iu n,c pupnetors,
.1. H. KII.I.V CO..
Mai.uf. i.tiirni-t. h :io:M, i II ! l.A 1 KI.I'IU A,
t Vi(wl ef with V tl, Km' . L-f i't.u, hn 1. 1 dint.
Mtff Ml ir'vf M:!fV"t;". "r !-'. I- ir, coii
uun'r v !"'' ' ' r .. . f
CMMUf;IU .! imiuii'-o. Tit ftMt-. riii,.'.il hjr
iuiiM C. Ko A A I- l - kn: i-u M., Ukaf
fr trul t- i' Til ty .i,t.if..J .1 i.i..liJ s.i-Ut4u.(.
Health is Wealth !
Dm 1 :. ttV.si'1 Nkutr and Himis Trf.T.
BUNr, a (f'iinn:i!iil i ---itj' fur Hytnn, lMi:u
rm, ('in, v'll-ions Vie. Nltki'h N.-nnilm,
Hmiil'irh". N.TV.iiii. rru-tnitmn cikiMmI Ii tin' ue
i.f isl-nlis.1 or tol-u'i-o. WHk.-rul::cw. Mi-nUl 1M.
LrVt.h.i.u. S.fifniiiKi'f t!i" l.riiin ivr.ulMi.K inm
Miitty H'i'i l'itdin 1i n'-.T. tl-;y m t'i'h.
r'retiiKtt-.ro Old A,'", llnrr. nm ;i l''T
in PitluT a. tt; vs.liititjsr I1I..-.M. liml N..'rmi(t
tirrh in cansi d l.y.ivoM.si.rtM.n nf tlmliruin. :.f.
Imiwor ovir-iiidiili:nc... rjwh roiitniim
one iiiniilli'e trviitm. lit. J ,"l-"r M? I,'x'',
or.'.tJ,i.'it bynmil j.ri-i.-jul m n- ''i t uf pneo,
W: a -AKAXTEK HIX 1IOXKH
To euro any raw. With cm-h imlnr iotvoil by m
fur nix Un-. HCfOMlMltliwI Willi .. '.i sm
saind tlio i.tin-l.x-.-i uur writl-u mm. miu ti ri
tuudtlio mimny if tli trviiimoiilUova uuUflo:,
curu. UuaraiiUo iniiU onlby
1IAKHY W. SCIIUII,
Druitiilit. Cur. ''oinanirclal avc & imh t.. Cuiro
Q.KOIU1E II. LEACH, M.I).
u ..i..i I..., .,iii in 1V10 11 itnii' nathlc Iruist
Ciiirs;iisi pi.s-u.iv... ... "
tuni of Kurlfal dicnmn, and tllma'ts of women
and clil ilri-n. ... ., ,
OKflt'K on Uih atroi't, opp Hit.- tliu Tout
office. Cairo, III.
JJK. J. E. STKONO,
128 Commercial Ave, Cairo, III.
VAI'Oll, ICLKUn.O-VAI'OlI .Nil USOICATKD
A lady in attuuduueu,
QU. W. 0. JOCKLYN,
UK NT I ST.
OFFH B Rlchtti Htrent. nnar Com irrll Ainon
JU. E. W. WniTLOCK,
Orritu No. 1S Oomnmrclal Avoiintj, b-ilwueB
Kvkt'j and Nltiln Ntretii
Shop oo ITatlldav Atenne. bidwenn Kiinrth nd
Diaiu ovrs'sis., v.,.",
Cr-All kind oi light and bouvy hlacksmlthliig,
r.nn .nit r.rrl.ir. svnrk rlnllo In the IllOflWOrk
(ttDllk tuauner. Hone-shoeing a specialty aud
Scarlet Fever j j
I Cured. 1 1
aaUlacUon gitaranuMa .
'IKcVii- ; .-y.rf; a
SKILL AND SURGERY,'
A Wonderful Operation Performed
t Bellcvue Hospital.
A Startling Suicide in Chicago The
Presidential Party Weatward
Bound A Week's Failure!
Nicvs VniiK, Auif'jiit ii. Dr. LaMigft, one
of I be IUIiik Mirtfi 011H of liulli'Vtie 11 rt pi -tal,
pi-rfiiniiiid a rare opcralluu lat wuuk
U)on mi hiilmh Iniii of (lie extviual iliac ar
tery In tlni prs-m-nise of nearly a hundred
j)icli!ii. Among thrm were lr. A.
Klulin r, Dr. Llu;, Dr. Henry It. San.li,
Ir. Oiuiltia l'bel.a, Dr. WUItleinore, of
New llitvcn, and Dr. Smith, of tbu I'nltcd
r-tali a iinny. inviulltina wi-ro aunt to all
tin; u oiniiii-iit Hiireoiik of the city, but few
could In-, pnni'id, uml the atti-nditnce waa
ci.iiiiiihi'il irlui!iially of the home taff of
the Hilonn tdty hnhplubi. The patient i a
lliiu-iilayrr, .'kl yi-Hru of a'e, B(J wan for-iii'-rlv
i iiipliiyiid in onv of Ihii theater or
t hitrae in lliiu city. He had been troubled
iih uiicui isiii for nearly a year. It allowed
li-olf in hl left irroln, where It caused a
pi 'diiticiiiin-e the ize of a hen egg, and the
jnTKtirc iipmi the nervfa of till left
i"' m ao ereal a to ratine
iiuiniesii in that limb, which
In tiini1, became nearly paralyzed. Three
wi-i-kti aco he ronntilti'd Dr. l.ange, who
adisii an operation, and he wa vcord
Iii t adiinttt'd to the boapltal. Dr. I.ant'e,
ii-.isied hi J)r. Clibriea Mcrk-arnej , Dr.
Sim :d la wetiROod, Dr. Hubert T. Morrta
and Dr. W. T, Wardwe II, cut throti(;h the
patient' abdominal wall Into bit abdomen.
I'tie intenllneii werw turnnltoone aide while
Dr. Ktin'e rearhed inu th orttloe avid tied
the ciiinm iii illao belew the point where it
branch)- off into thn aorta, and Just above
the an.-tirii.ru. The lnteitnf were then
r pin ed, the cut ei. up, and tbe patient
reatnred to uonncinuknefcit. Mere than a
week ban elapKed tdiicf the operation, and
the patient is cotniidereU likely to recover.
If '.he ancurl'Ht had beeu allowed to remain
lb" roiitiniicd flowing of the blood through
It would have enlarged It and weakened lu
walin, and it would then have ben likely to
bnrt w ith tbe kll)chttt straiu. It nould
h ve im re nd in ze with time, and the
111 abnormal preiure up
on no fcurrounaing oreans
and nervea would hrsvu led to variotu dis
orders, 'i hii operation itopn the flow ol
blood tin iiuph the am-urintn, which be.
inc. hard aud hmaller. It b,o Hojrs the
circulation tbrouirb the fliac arteries, which
supply tlie!i'U let; with 118 auatenance,
e:iui;i the blood to votirae from an over
flow, aa It were, from the upper part of the
body through tbe mull blood remeds which
form a chain of tondiutk all ever the ayi
tun. Ifthia collateral circulation h not
mtliienl to Ldr the member it life, It will
probably have to be atapatut). TbU U
pne of tin' danger to l fwirvd. Aroonj;
the nihi-r eff.-ci which may follow huuh an
operation are tivamla or biod poisonlnt',
from the alouobing of the
no of tb.- anetiriMti.
peritonlti" or inflammation of the living
ineiiibi'iiue of the aoaoiuinvi cvny, tne
looeulii(r of tbe ligature which bind tbe
lilac, aud neeondary hemorrhage. The pa
tient fonieiiinea never recover from the
abock or tbe operation. The operation i
one of tbe rnrent known In lurgery, and
has been seldom performed. lM Krlchsen
In hi nundard work on Hunrry In 1K7H
aid that it bad been performed forty time
with onlv ten recover"'. It ha been per
formed a number of lime, wince then with
the Kime proportionate runulla. Dr. Sand
once performed It in thm city. The patient
recovered, but bl I op had to be amputated
fterttardi", gangrene retiultlngfrom Inipi-r-jet
Nkw Yokk, AugUkt 3.1 ke Hon aay
'Both at West Point and AuuaislU greac
iffitrU) have bi'iso made of hue year to slop
Uao practine known u hazing. Whoever
uiidoiUikea to haze uow doe tt with a full
know ItHlge of the risk he tun. Soiuo-
tltm-i the trick played 11400 uew-uMiiers
am hiMHoroii and hitnaletv but universal
experience ahowe tbataiiy latitude allowed
for toe practice leadsj i ;vses ot cruel and
tsuwtrdP)- penvontiou. Kvca in oollegei
where b.mg reUUne t footboM it i the
general rule that tophomoree endeavor to
btze frexhmen, but atudenie rn tbetr senior
year are mippoaed to hare pied beyond
the time for indulging in tble ptaetluc, If it
lkept up at all. C'adnt Htt tiRan' punish
ment is evore but not numerleed. "
Nnleide of a NupiMM4 Moat of the King
C'iik'auo. August 3. (lav Xorden, a
finely educated young Swede, was found
dead, lying In the Swede Lutheran church
at EnK'evrood, near this city, Thursday,
having committed suicide. The morning
papers claim that the young man ha been
identified as an illegitimate sou of
King Oscar of Sweden, and that he was
raised In the family of u sister of the King.
During hl ubiv in thl country he
bus been enguged as an Instructor In a pri
Mile school. On a portable blackboard at
the back of tbe pulpit he had written In
Swedish, "The dent! cry never." No
cause I assigned fiii thu deed.
The Pre aMenra Trip.
I'll D'Atio, August 3. A special train over
tho Chicago and Northwestern railway con
veying President Arthur. Gen. Sheridan
and party, en route for Yellowstone park,
left this city promptly at 13 o'clock to-duy.
The train is made up of two private
coaches, dining car and hugcage ear. No
stops will bo made except to take on coal
ami walei , and the tmlu Is scheduled to
arrive at Council 11 luffs at 4 o'clock on Sat
rallnre of the Week.
New York, Aujmst 3. -Tho business
failures throughout the country during the
last seven days a reported to New York
number 182 as against 100 of liml wek.
The New England slates had 83, the
Middle slates the Western stales 40, the
Southern states 30, the Paclllo states 11,
CauadaSS, aud New York City 10.
The rirnt Bale of Hop.
Nkw Yoiik, August. 3, The first bale nf
hups of t his season arrived this morning,
bidiig four tiny earlier than tho tlrsthalo
last year, and was sold to a proiulueut
brewing firm for lltty cent per pound. It
n as grow n lu Oneida comity.
Naw Yokk, August 8. -A number ot
tUiktug ciganuakera returned to work to
day, the difficulty with their employees hav
ing been settled. Tbe remainder go to
work Monday. The manufacturers say tbit
the clgarmakera yielded every put ut at
lune, and that the Protective Union men
will hereafter work jjide by tide lu the
shop with International Union men. The
onlv concession gained by the Protective
I nlon was that it would bo recognized by
the manufacturer. Tbe secretary of tbe
Protective 1 nion said that tho settlement
had been effected by mutual concessions.
A Nevere Hall-storm.
Rochksi'kk, N. Y., August 8. Tbe
noi tberii part of Monroe county, including
tbe town of Greece, Puntluld snd Iron lie
quoit, were swept Thursday night by a ter
rible storm nf wind, bail and rain. The
train especially and the fruit was badly
damaged. Many farmers report losses of
from $-H0 to $1,'XJ0. Many grape vlnoi arc
entirely ruined. The bail killed birds and
fowls, and brought blood from horses and
stock. 1'be belt traversed by tbe storm was
two miles wide by twelve in length.
Rumort of Gen. Eckert'i Res'gnation
Strikers Jubilant The Present
Sr. L'ifi, August 3. The strlklnj
operator were more jubilant and hope
ful this morning than they have been for
some time past, Tho Executive board of
the Western Union, which has been in
secret session In New York City since Mon
day, ban api arently reached the conclusion
that some action looking to a change ot
policy should be taken. Etkert has been a
stumbling block in tbe way of arbitration,
and only two day since be and Jay Gould
bad a stormy scene, which terminated in
the. latter slamming ' a door in Eckert's
face. His resignation means arbitrament,
which has been persbstently reused -here-rofore,
and arbitrament means compromise,
with an eud to all troubles. Such ts the
view takun by leading members of the
New York, August 3, 6:3oa. m.
To the Brotherhood: The general situa
tion tbU morning is unchanged. There
have been no desertion during the past
twenty -four hours, and the outlook Is
brighter than" ever. The repifft that Gen
eral Manager Eckert's resignation ha
been akd for lacks confirmation., but it la
generally believed here, and it Is thought
the policy of thp company is about to be
Vianped. Helleve no unfavorable ruinor.
The second was tiled at 10 o'clock and is
addressed to Mr. Shaw:
Chicago, August 3. The 'report of
Eckert's reslfnatlon has been contained
from New York.
MoKLia, Maister Worl man.
These te'egrams were flushed in every di
rection to the members of the Brotherhood.
Master Workman Shaw said that reports
received from every cay io the Union ehow
increased confidence on tbe part of the
strikers, and not a single defection, but to
stead, a constant addition to the ranks.
With reipect to the report of Gen. Eckert's
resltrnatiou, he said that he believed it
ru because the chief men in tbe Brother
hood had ampletopportunity to learn of
such a move on the part of the western
Union and would not send out such infor
mailon except on good grounds. lie
thought, moreover, that it was likely be
cause Eckert had precipitated the strike
and bud placed the company in Its 11 n
tenable aud unpleasaut position. Tbe rail
road men. he said, had responded cheer
fully to the request of the Brotherhood, at
least the member of the order had, aud
not a letter bad been re hod from any of
them that was not favorable ti the call.
The reason tbe refusal of theee meu to take
Western Union mesiiigcoi was not much fell
was because tbe telegraph business in the
country had so largely deercascd. Every
thing in short, was lined with gilt on the
strikers.' side this niorulng.
A I New York,
New York, August 3. The situation
of the telegraph strike has not materially
changed. Two strikers returned to work
to-day. The Westurn Union business is
being bandied promptly. The superinten
dent of the Mexican Telegraph com
pany states there is no foundation for
the story that tbe staff of that company have
The report tbat Gen. Eckert has or is
about to resign the pusition of general
manager of the Western Union Telegraph
company is generally believed, but at tho
office of the company Mr. Sink, the night
manager, said: ''1 have It from Mr.
Somervillo tbat tbe report it not true. We
knew an hour ago tbat tbe report was iu
circulation, but I do not believe it."
Mr. houierville I tbe ccutleman In the
employ of tbe company who has supplied
tho information for the reporters during the
Money to aid the strl kers Is comlnp in
rapidly. Tbe broker down town are thor
oughly ngaliiHt the company. A large fi
nancial institution down town having sev
eral private wires sent notice to the West
ern Union that one of their wires was out
of orler and asked that it be repaired.
The company relumed the answer Unit, it
did not havo a single lineman to perform
the service. This was remarked upon as
algtilthnnt, in view of the statement put
forth that the company was amply
equipped for nn emergency of this kind.
The Plod uce Exchange special committee,
appointed to consider the feasibility of tho
Exchange establishing a system of telegraph
wire of It own, .met for the first time.
Members of tho committee favorable to
the project havo made a careful
Investigation Into the cost of erecting
wires, and have ascertained that a system
of five wires from New York to Chicago
would cost only $.VH),000. It is said
that this contemplates a first-class
system lu every respect. With regard to
the Insff utnents, It Is said that most ol tho
patents have expired and thero will be no
dlfilculty In procuring all the duplex instru
Wesjlerii I'nlou Report.
Chicaiio, August 3. General Super
intendent dowry received a telegram this
inornln; from Charles A. Tucker, the
superintendent of the Eastern division of
tho Wcstcru Union, dated New York,
which read as follows: ' Six more oper
ator came In from tho New York strikers,
making twenty-six In all bore, and over 1
hundred bsvo returned si ike the strike In
this division. Tbe reports of further with
drawals from our forces Id any d I recti en
ire falso, as are a I ol lb aeiiaallonal ro
vorla dally circulated through thehauuti
of the striker."
A TITIMl A V WMPMIMi AfTrmeirin j iTTiT
Another Dynamite Plot 1 6,000 Denthi
ffW) Cholera Chambord' Condition! 1
London, AukiinI 3. Tho ex-Etnnrcs
Eugenie has gone to Pari.
Orders have been Issued to tlnirouL'bly
disinfect all cargoes of rag arriving at lliit
lab poita from Egypt.
A MONAIICIIIC ri.OT.
L.o".o.f, August 3. A dispatch from
Paris says: "It l rumored that a pint la
destroy the monarchy baa been discovered.
Tbe Newspaper of France professes to give,
the detiils of the plot, and say SU.IXK) mus
ket for a popular rising have been ordered,
and attempt have been made to tamper
wltn the army, also that three conspirator
have been arrested."
A HYNAMIIIC PLOT, ,
London , August 3, A box of dynamite.
to which a lighted fuse hail been attached,
was discovered in a large linen factory at
Cupar, rife, Scntbtnd. Tbe fuse was ex
tinguished before it reached the explosive.
Tbe attempt to blow up the factory Is at
tributed to Fi-nluiiism. Ureat excitement
was c used by I lie affair, and the police are
searching for tbe person who placed tho
box where it was found.
London, Am.'u-t 3. The amount of
bullion gone into the b-ink of England on
balance to-day is l'i.0o0.
THK Mr.. CANAL 8CH EM It.
London, Aiuu-t3. The Standard says
it uas reason to b licve Da Lesseps has ex-
pifssed a readiness to reopen tbe negotia
tions with England with regard to the Suez
canal scheme, and he is dispelled to agree
to more liberal terms thit he was formerly.
London, August 3. The steamer
Pat ban has arrived at Melbourne from Ade
laide. Kavan;i!.'h, Joseph Hanlon and
Joseph .Smith, the infurmers In tbe trial of
the l'hieuix Park murderers, who were on
board, were identified and prohibited from
Iniulliig. Seven othe." psssengers on the
l'atbau were suspected of having been
witnesses for the government in these
trials, but were not identified.
The i bolera,
London, August 3. Sir Charles Dllke,
president of the local government board,
presented in '.he llouso of Commons Thurs
day, a government bill providing for the
centralization of hospital management in
the event of an outbreak of cholera iu
London, lie said that tbe general health
of the country was very satisfactory, al
though there was a large mortality among
children in London from durrhiea
Unusual precaution, bo said, would hi
necessary to guard against the cholera uu
til tho expiration of six weeks, when it Is
believed the danger will be passed.
Ai.kx anuria, August 8. Three deaths
from cholera occurred on Thursday, al
though tho cholera epidemic coutiuue her
as at Isniailia. There were no death from
London, August 3, The D.Hy Nejn
asserts that the lolal number of doath from
cholera iu Egypt so far ha been 16,00). It
says that the diaeane is now less virulent.
Of every leu meu attacked among the Brit
ish troops an average of nix survive.
Paws, Aug. 3. Tbe Uepubliijue Fran
catsc. in all article commenting on the vast-lies-,
of the British Empire, declares tbatjilic
discontent In Ireland is a cause of Its weak
ness. It says 11 behooves England to ab
stain from a too arrogant attitude.
Naples, August 3. Seven Englishmen
were killed by the carthi-uake at hehia. It
has been ascerlaiuetl tbat Miss Van Allen,
who was mentioned among the injured by
the Uisa.-tor, is a resident of Sau FraucUco.
Trials of Npeod.
SaiiaTi'Oa, Au.'iist .'). First race, three
quarter of a mile: King Fan, lui lbs.,
flr.st; Ail Hands Around, Hi lbs. , second;
Callan, 12 lbs., third. Time 1 : 17 .
Second race, one mile and 500 yards:
Capias, 111 lbs,, first; Referee, 00 lbs.,
second; Ballast, 110 IU., third. Time
Third race, tbreo quarters of a mile:
Cenkllng, 103 lbs,, first; Welcher, 98 lbs.,
second; Emigrant, OS lb.., third. Time
Fourth nice, nine furlongs: Hartford,
112 lbs., first; Helen Wallace, 103 lbs.,
second; Blinton, t3 lbs., third, l'inio
Cleveland, August 3. -A bright day
with a high wind blowiug up the home
stretch, impeding the aperd. A moderate
attendance. The first heat in the free-for-all
pacing race was won by Flora Belle lu
2 ; 15 "i. . liicbball second, Buffalo Girl
third. Sailor Boy fourth, Gem fifth;
Fuller, Lucy and Weetuiout were with
drawn. The first heat, au 18 trot, William H.
and Adele Gould, lapped half mile.
Both broke and J. B. Thomas went to
the front, followed by Santa Claua. Thom
as brokti iu the stretch, and Santa Cluus won
Sr. Pai'L, Minn., Augusta. The Demo
cratic Slate convention assembled in this
city at noon yesterday. After the selection,
of C, F. liutill as temporary chairman aud
the appointment of the usual committees,
the convention niijourued until 3 o'clock.
At thut hour o. II. Lb-man was elected
permanent chairman, and the following
nominations were made: For governor,
W.W. McNair; lieutenant-governor, 11.
I,. Frazeej secretary of slat, J. J. Green;
statu treasurer, John l.udwlg; attorney
general, J, W. Willis; railroad commis
sioner, P. Leudholm. Prohibition resolu
tions were adopted. The platform declares
for revenue only, approves the river and
harbor bill and calls for a revision of tbe
Tho Cooper '0 Mirlfae.
Sr. Louih, August 3. The striking
coopers met this morning at Fourloontb
and Howard streets, and were tailed to
order by John Snyder. Few of the pro
prietors have been seen yet, but thoso who
have been talked to express a willingness to
pay the advanced rates provldod other
d'j. A good many of the coopers are going
to the country towns, saying they can get
better wages there than they bavo de
manded here. Thoso who aid not otriko
are working with the understanding that
their waves will bo raised on Monday next.
It ibis Is not done a general strike will fel
low. lie was lot sane,
Nw Tonic, Augut8.-The jury ou the
Inquest regarding tbe death ot tho Spanish
Minister, Bares, tendered s ol
cstb. liU UibpmstUi iasan.
CnrJeiM 1 1 llevnli ol I'toblkltloa
A 1 Lan 1 a, Ga,, August 3. Anion; soma
of tlie cm ions development flowing out
of tbe prohibition of- liquor license in
local option counties a case from Forsyth
county is noticeiible, Hftme -time ago
Get i giv .Stephen bought a len-u.lUn keg
of w hlskcv for his own use, and WaUoa
Moore Imiud tbat George had whiskey and
also where he kept it. Wblio George slept
Watson weni 10 the bam, stole the keg
and f ok it away. The faut that Watson
kept lu a hilarious condition led George to
beiievu tbat. be took his whiskey, and bo
said so publicly, Watson got mad ind sitol
out a writ ai-'iiiust Stephens, re
turnable to the . next Superior
com-!, to recover damages doue
to his character by the charge of theft.
After a tiino Watsot, got the -'Jim Jams"
and scut.-for three physicians, who soon
had him out aifaln. Then his movements
were closely watched, and he was seen to
visit a little briar patch in an obscure place,
It was while he was engaged iu one of these
visits that it was ascertained that be bad
be keg hidden there and a reed through
which he obtained the liquor.' Watson and
tbe keg were taken into custody and carried
before a magistrate, where Watson owned
up and agreed to pay for the whiskey,
seven gallons of which he had used lip.
The case was settled. Watson went to the
clerk's office, paid tho costs in the damso
suit, and had tbe case dismissed.
The Threatened Railroad War.'
St. Lorn, August 3. Ivat evening tho
Wabash got Its back up because the Illinois
Ontral Is paying commissions ou Cbiongo
tickets, "Make the rate W.M" t the man
date Issued by II. C. Townsend, G. P. A.
of tbu Wuh ish, and the rate Is made. This
murniuo the other reads met the cut and tbe
chances are that the troublo will extend to
Kansas City for tbe reason tbat the Chicago
anil Alton, which has not paid any commis
sions, suffers as much by the cut as the Illi
nois Central. It will probably use its Kan
sas City line to bring the Wabash and Cen
tral to their harness. This morning at the
Wabash omen thing and saying looked
aud sounded as though the light would bo
pretty hard fought unless the paying of
commissions ts stopped. Mr, Sanborn ot
thi C. B. & Q., said his line woutd pay no
commissions, but woutd meet tbe ent rate.
Sam Knight at the Alton office aaM tbe
Alton had paid no oommiasions an4 weuW
not, but the Alton would carry lbs padrone
as cheap as any other line. J, M, Cbeo
brou'.rb, assistant generel pasen
uer sgent of ibe Vandalla, wMch line tho
Illinois Central uses from Effingham to East
St. Louis, said he bad no Idea that tho Illi
nois Central would deny the paying of com
missions. A further reduction hi liable, to
be made unless Chicago is heard from. Tb.is
time the tickets are all limited and the
scalpers will have no show to work them
The Hill Inveaiigntlon.
Washington, August 3. Tbe Hill In
vestigiiting committee bad It last session
this morning prior to the preparation of its
report. Coleman said he had concluded
not to cross-examine Chief Computer
Thompson. Sielumolz m ado a short state
meiit to the committee iu regard to tho cost
of the slate, roof on the New York poslofflce,
which work was doue under hi superin
tendence. Tills closed the casts, as far as
taklnir testimony is concerned. A special
committee was appointed to Investigate the
s.harges made by JieprwjwnUtrvo Belmont
of fraud in the importutloa of sugar at Sao
Francisco and lVirtland. This coneladed
the investigation, and they hate returned to
this city. They will meet in New York
next week to confer with tbe sugar import
ers before making a report.
AUGUST 3, 1888.
I. He Slock.
CATTLt'.-lOro'liic lower: exports fWs)
6 40; good to choice shipping if 7W6 90;
common to fair ti bas! .V0: buiohers
$2 T.Va I liO; stockers r4 50; Texas
,f3 7,Va'.' HO.
HUGS l.V23c lower; light $0 TQ(M xO;
mixed packing $5 (XktfS So: heavy pack
ing and shipping $." (." 50.
CATTLE Export steers JjSViM&fc good
to heavy do5 &W5 75; light to fair U 5oJ
b 10; common to medium fri 4Wai "; fair
to good Colorado f4r3 50; south wrt $3 75
ft 4 So; grass Texans .3 2.V4 76; light to
good stockers ii borai 75; fair to go-w (cod
er $3 S.Vcr4 20; common to rtorise native
:ows and heifers 3 75T34 25; sous II awas of
any kind $2 "idia 75; common cows and
SHEEP Continues steady tor all grades
above common, aud prices firm at a
range from $2 25fa4 50 for common to
prime. Spring lamb H TlW3tt!f.
lloiiS-Llght to really rood
$5 !Mfa(i; rough mi.xeA to good packing and
shipping trades & lOfaosi); butchersK 25
(d' 5U; skips and culls ft 75i'$fi.
WHEAT-Hlgher; closing at $1 0U
August; $103 September; fcl04Vrl
October; H 00 November; fl 01 V rear.
COUN Higher; 50. Auifttst; 49V
September; d! Si October; 47 .Hi' November;
45 vear; 45 't May.
oAi'S-llither; 27 S August; 26?27
September; 27V October; 20.SJ year.
RYE 57 l. August.
WHEAT Higher; closing at $1 05 '
August; $1 07 September; $1 0UV
October; $lll November; $1 Oo. year.
COlsN--lligber; 4U1 August; 47'
September; 47 1 October; 41 H year.
teniber; 24 year.
WHEAT August l I4'; September
.fl Hi'. ; October $1 lSWdlM1. ; Nov ber
$1 '.'O'.rul 20', ; December H 22roH22.
COli.N --An. list W; September tiUVtf
61 ; October Ill's.
T. I.I II! 18.
Bl IT Elt Creamery sells at lflraVJO
for clinic to fancy, to 21 for selections;
ovei in at ed or poor ut dairy rales; dairy
at l.Vtl7 for choice to fancy; fair 10 good
IDur 1 J : common S.adO, Country packed
Slow, choice at Ihain, common i(a1,
EliliS-oiferiniis were light ami demand
good: market was linn at 111 candled,
ami 10', for choice marks shippers count,
POI'I.TUY Old chickens were
steady ami fairly active. Sales
ranged: Sprmg cblcktns-Small $lfl 50;
fair to irood Id 73W2; choice to fancy largo
$2 25oY2 30, Spring ducks $2 252 75. Old
chickens Cocks, f,'l(ai.'t 25; mixed $3 lOfi
3 00; hens $8 7if4.
Country market quiet. Bed winter
wheat off coast advanced Ik! . Spot wheat
dull and easier; No, X spring wheat 9s;
No. II spring none In market. Waatora
win!' r Us Caltf irula wheat advanord
&.li Mixed western corn dull and easier
at 5a lid. Dcmiiud from Lulled. King
dom and 1'oiillueut dull for wheat and,
corn. Bee. Ipl wheat at week 3W,000, of
whteb 110,000 wow American.
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