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HAliH'Y W. SCIIUII.
llrnirciai. I'or. Cmnmeroial '. ,t Inih m., Cairo.
QEOKiir: II. LKACH, M.I).
PHYSICIAN tt aSURGK(X.
Hpecial atttiiitlnn paid to the II itii' piilhlc treat
mint of fiimlcal disene. and ulneiitM of women
and chi ilr. ii.
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oltlce, Cairo, III
J. K. STUONd,
1 Ioi nu3o ps it! List,
128 Coiiiiiicrcial Ave., Cairo, III.
VAl'OK, ELECTUO VAI'ull ash MKDICATKl)
A lady In atleiulaticu,
('ONSU LTATION FUKK.
QR. W. C JOCKLYN,
D K N TI ST.
OKKli-'K-Elghtli Btrei't, near Cuniti t rcial vi'nim
R. E W. WUITLOCK,
Or?ici-No. Commercial Avrimu, h'wuen
Kelt and Nli.th Htretn
KT)ITt 'aTTH S'aITT
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD'MY
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Kliiporliiit. Clieiulrul, Colliik'latn, Kni'll'li i onrnni.
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Kn ,rof Col.TIIEO. HYATT. l'n'l.
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f Hlxth Hiwiit. Cairo, Illlnola,
MTAII kind ol Unlit and hoavy lilacUimUlilna,
wagon and rarrlaa work Hono Intlin mojtworkj
annllka manner. Hono-HboottiK powally and
ail(actlon uuaraiitaed ,
The Telegraph Operators in the
Employ of Railroads Or
Notices Served The Situation as Viewed
Prom Both SidesA Specimen
of the Way the Company
b Now Doing Business-General
St. I.orm, August 0. Th Brotburhood
of 'lclejiraplifr. ar now preparing to put
in their heuvli'Ht blow oc the telegraph
1'O.iipniiii B. They ImTe drtiTluliled to call
(itil the HrotherbooU opcrutora ou all the
railroadx in iider, an the hurrttaty of thu
Kxeciitiw lioanl saya, to a nearly an pen
mIiIk paralyze all Unci of bni.iiif.ii relyiiii;
mi ti'li'craphic cmiin u nlcrut Ion. They wtah
to aliow what kireiiyth they posncm In the
riiM phiri', and in the second place they
wish to d:iinaie the Wntern Union hy coiu
pcllinu' the railroad npptalora to withdraw
the people they h ivc sent over to a.slt the
Wet in I'nlon.
1HK KOI l.riwi.so NOTIKICAIION
wan (.ft veil on Ibc auperintendenU of til
the ruliwivk ihia mornine:
II r. niit ak i r k. Bit'irtiKHHoon or)
M. l.ot is. Mo.. Ausuat 4,fsS3, j
.tiperiiiienilcnt Trlrcraph :
IkaI! The. teli't'raph operalorn and
ast-iiii. wlio art an operator cniployeil upon
Hie railw:i have itiatrticted nie to request
of ou i follown:
Kit st An inrreane of HO per month on all
Kthiriri, as now paid.
."econil - I hat no salary leas than $."i0 per
limtitii -hnll hereafter be paid.
'I liird Thai all iindny work berouipen
fcjteil a cx'ra nervlre.
1'oiirth Thai the term of thin agreement
hall I ike effect upon the date of acceptance
An early reply i respectfully aohcilcl.
Yours Tery truly,
M. I. Shaw,
S. r e'atT Kxc ctltive Board Brotherhood of
Ten Krajihers I.', jj. and Canada.
If thec demandi are not coruplled with
by VI o'cUn t to-morrow, St. I.ouis time,
a strike of operators ou those roads will
be ordered. "The strike w ill dtart on
the Iron Mountain and will go ktraigbt
throii'li to the K o (irande, ' ' said a ruein
ber of the Brotherhood. "A majority of
of the railroad operator belong to the
Brotherhood, and thre fourth of tlioe
w ho are not members of the Brolherhood
arc in full yinpathy with It. In Dallas,
Kort Worth ami other plvs In Tena thn
railroad operator are eauer to strike. Ou
receiving the memorial Mr. Hammond at
once called in the railroad operator that
be hul furnish to tbe We.tern I'nion cilice
here. MipcriiiPMident Baker wa. in Ilam
innnd's oflice about the time the memorial
wis received, and was heard to cay that the
Western I'nion would be more paralyzed
than ever in the Southwest by u strike of
railroad til'-n. 1 he railroad officials will
be compelled to call In the men thev have
loaned 10 the Western I'nion, and In Texas,
especially, a lar:c number of good oper
ator's will be taken out of the Wcsurn
I iiloii' ofli 'es, Thn same bill of urlcv
anci has been presented to all the princi
pal eastern roads and to tbe roads in
anail.t, and w.thm a week railroad
operators throughout the country will he ou
The hu'i'tiritr in LiKhtMotse's II ill this
iiiornliis was a l:irje and anxious one. The
coniniiltee on correspondence handled over
fifty letter, mostly from point throughout
the Southwest. Member of the Brother
b iod assert that underhand measures have)
lieen resorted to by ofhj'CMof the Western
I. tiion to embarrass a number of the strik
ers in tticir personal niartcrs; that in somn
case luiidlords have been persuaded lo
raise rents to a price beyond their ability to
pay. and that hotel men have been ap
proached lo increase the price of board,
(lite "inking operator said. "I have Just
son a circular letter sent to the Missouri
Pacitic New Company and to agents of tue
road, ordering that only the two Knglieh
morning papers of this city bn sold upon
the l oad. These papers have misrepresent
id Us, and therefore this favoritism. "
Mr. Mortiuer Shaw was seen near tbo
Western I'nion building.
"Do you see that oitlcer!"' he asked thn
newspaper man. "Now this is high noon,
and there Isn't a soul going in or coming
out of that oilier, There are no messenger
coming nut of that door on Olive street.
I ii nl ly there Is a tremendous rush at this
time of day. Why, they're not milking
enough money to pay thnlr hands. Wo
look four men out of there Sunday and
they told me that the work was just slacked
up there. Now, If this, out of thu largest
tc Irgruphlc. point in the country, Is In this
shape, what must the oilier plucci be)'"
"What does your latest more mean?"
"Well, we're going to tickle the rail
roads a llltlo. Wo expect to block up tha
road tind show how strong we really are.
Besides we know that If we draw the
lliotlii'i'liooil men out of the ra lnuid of
lice the nillroaila will have to ilnnv (heir
men out of the Western I'nion. I served a
little bill on Mr. Charley Hammond this
morning, and he didn't seem to take to It
it nicely us vmi would think lie would from
the way he talks. "
"W hen will you call tha railroad men
"Cun't tell. We will call them nut at
different limes, I expect all the npeiatoi
on thu Wabash system are mil by this time,
The boys on the Mutiliuitiiti roiul will be
railed nut to-day. That will paralyze- peo
ple In New York. We u. ii nt to call them
out slowly, believing 1 hut a series of
snuggling blows are better than one solid
"When will you rail Mr. Hammond'
"Never mind. They'll come out before
m.uiy niimn or miiis, I should say."
"Ho uy you have only about ono-tenth
of thn npenit ni's on Hie rnau. "
"1 thai all? Well, he'll find that we
liuvn uliont ninety out of a bundred by this
llnin lo-inorrow. "
Mr, Uiown, of thn Western I'nion, Raid
that ho had beett afraid the Brotherhood
would not call out tha rullroad operators,
but now Hint that fear was removed be felt
happy. Ilo thought It would b agisod
thing fur the railroad companies
lo have that class weeded nut
of their employ. They did
But amount to uiueii aujway. 'Th
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY
Brotherhood," Mr. Brown said, as he
turned the end of bis goatee up, "are In
for a grand hurruh, and they want to draw
the railroad men Into It, They promised
those men, when they swore them Into thu
association, that they would not ask them
to strike. Now they have done to, and if
1 was a railroad gperatnr J would not go
out, a the Brotherhood has broken frith.
But they cannot Injure the railroads, as
the railroad men can run their trains by
time card Just the salne as they did before
the telegraph came Into existen so. "
lEI.KIJHAI'llIC lll.t NIIKIIH.
One of tbe members of the CulveCoiiimison
Company said to a reporter to day In refer
ence to the pr service on 'Change:
"Talking about your due Western I'nion
eervice, here is a fair sample of It: Our
travelin: man, K. V, Morton, sent in Im
portant message atll a. m. Saturday from
Cleveland, Ohio; he arrived in St. Louis
this morning, came to our office, and atH:.1d
a, m. the very identical message was
brought in by the messenger, and he refus
ed to receive, sign or pay for It, Saturday
we sent six telegrams to Morton at Cleve
land. He came In kicking like a itecr and
said be bad not received a single message
from us since Friday or Saturday. Ob,
they are fine liars!"
At Mow Yrk.
Nkw Yokk. Angtist 8. The strikers itill
n'aintaln that Erkert b n been ousted. No
authoritative denial 1ms yet been made by
the Western Union of tbe truth of the
A gentleman who for several year has
been fatnillar with men unci life on Wall
street, speaking of the telegrapher's strike
said: "The companies will in the end
accede lo the strikers' demand for arbi
(ration. The Western I'nion will not
hnid out much longer, as .Jay Gould will
take an early opportunity to get rid of
General Eckert, turow upon him the blame
for the present dead-lock and
open negotiations with the Brother
hood. That society bas made a demand
for much more than it ever expected to get,
and will yield to any reasonable proposi
tions. 1 look for the whole thing to be
over in two weeks at tbe furthest, Gould's
greatest Interests are in St. Louis, and he
has done more and is now doing more for
the city than any other place. Through St.
Louis and tbu great Southwestern system of
roads be sees a way to the. crowning ambi
tion of hit life, the annihilation of Yander
bill. His interests in the live
roads comprising the southwest system
the Missouri Pacific, the Iron Mountain,
the Missouri, Kansas A lexis, the Texas
Pacific and the International are enor
mous, and he will not permit tbe operators
on these roads to be driven to the
extremity of a strike. Moneyed men are
tired of the Western I nion's exacting a
tribute from tbe commerce of the country
in the shape of large dividends, a
stock that has been watered to $74,
(WO.lwO from $17,00o,(XKl uuder his ma
nipulation, and will insist upon a cbaugo
of policy. When Gould went Into Western
I'nion and watered it so freely, it was with
tbe notion that he would sell out to the gov
eminent, but he has found that plan will
not work. I consider Gould tbe ablest
financier the world ever produced. Should
he live ten years. Vauderhilt will bo
wrecked, and In fifteen years tho Bank of
England will be at Gould's merer."
Quarantine In Ihe Mouth.
WASHlNiiroN. August 6. Tbo I'nlted
Mates Consul General at Mataiuoraa has
sent a telegram to the Secretary of State
in regard to the action of tbe authorities
of Louisiana In subjecting all vessels from
Mexican ports to quarantine. It road a
"The stale of Louisiana has quarantined
all Mexican port. This is very unjust to
Matamoras. There is no Infectious iltseaso
near there. The city is remarkably heal
thy. There I a strict quarantine here
anaihst Vera Cruz, Tamplco and all points
south of ir dog. north latitude, and under
the control of Texas. The quarantine otll
cer at New Orleans sajs that tbe quaran
tine against Mutamorxs is needless, and In
flicts great commercial duiniiL'e, Cannot
some measure be taken to have it removed
until there shall be cause?"
The telegram was referred to the Treas
ury department, and will be by that depart
ment referred to the Louisiana Board of
St. Ciiaki.rh. Mo., August 6. A bur
glary was committed at the residence of C.
L. Lambert, on Kail mad avenue, near
Clark street on Saturday night. The
thieves took a ladder from tbe house of
Henry August, In course of construction,
and placing it airainst the house burglarized,
climbed ll and entered a window. A pair
of pants was taken belonging to Mr. Lam
bert and containing 173. Mrs, C. L, Hug
saw tho man descend the ladder, but wan
too frightened to give the alarm. This la
another of a series of burglaries committed
during the past months, and tho city au
thorities seem powerless to detect the per
petrators, Married Her lather' (one run an.
Titov. N. Y., August t). -No little ex
cltenient baa been accasloned here by tbo
discovery that Miss Mary Warren, daughter
of Surrogate, Mases Warren, was recently
married lo her father's coachman, Edward
Welch. The surrogate, when called upon
to-day, said that his daughter had married
Welch on May Welch bad been In bis
employ for over six years. Mr. Warren
adde that he knew thn couple Intended to
get married and that he came to the ronclu
inn that opposition was useless, Surrogate
Warren Is very wealthy. His daughter
was well educated and muck sought after
Hlllil hy ltoith.
Mot-NT Ci.akk, 111., Attgtisl (I, A party
of roughs returning from a resort known a
Turner Park, near this city, Sunday after
noon, pillared the grounds nf Mr. I.uvetl,
an old and respected resldeni, and pro
ceeded to despoil hi fruit trees, lie
warned them to leave, when some of the
party assaulted him with missiles, one of
which struck him at the bnsn of the brain,
killing him Instantly. Thn citizen have
organized for piimult. No arrest a yet
have been made.
Washington, Augut0, The Issue of
standard silver dollar for the week ending
August 4 wa $2lki.iinj. The corresponding
period lust year showed $'J77 .000.
TblakeVior ' Hermitd
Hkhmuoa, August ll.-Eutnrndi Hark
r.ysnn Tucker and Newport News wltb
4.HH7 cask of whiskey.
A Trenanrar Arrealed.
Nuruiu, Fau.B, On!., August 0. D.
Jarrard, tho absconding treasurer from
Now Jersey, haa been arreted here. The
proceeding (or but eitradltlou aje in iio-greai.'
MORNING, AUGUST 7,
One Hundred Killed and Wounded In Anti
Jewish Riots The Outbreak in Spain
Germany Does Not Likt
American Pork Yet
Namfs, Augusts A child which wa
burled in the ruins at Casamluclola at the
time of the earthqinke on the 28th ullimo,
was rescued alive last Saturday.
MADE A CAHDINAI..
The Pope b is decided to make the Arch
bishop of Naples cardinal, at a mark of
recognition of the services he rendered to
tho sufferers by the earthquake.
Napi-BS, August . Nineteen persona
no were Injured by tho disaster at Iscbla
died In tbo hospital here during the last
week. One hundred others, who wore
wounded, were discharged from the hospi
TH I 80CI AI.I8T8.
Ravenna. August 6. A Congre of
Socialists met here Sunday. The police be
ing refused admittance to the ball, they
broke down the doors and dispersed the
Madkip. August ii. The particulars of
the uprising at It.tdlajos state that the gar
iioii was disarmed. The gendarmerie and
the Custom Guard occupied tbe railroad
station. The disaffected troops also closed
the gates of tbe fortress. A ministerial or
der has been gazetted, proclaiming a state
of siege In Estramedura, and appointing
Gen. Blanco commander of the forces ol
thai province. E even hundred person
participated in the proclamation of the Re
public at Badlajos, 400 civilians having
Joined the soldiery. It Is believed that the
insurgents seized several thousands mus
kets, which had been deposited In the for
tress. The customs refused to Join the
movement. It is stated at Lisbon thai
Bn z .orllla planned the rising. Gen.
Blanc i is on his way to Badlajos from Mad
rid with strong force.
Fakih, August 0. Jules Avoussolm, the
pr dessor of organic chemistry, has been
or lei ed (o go to Egypt and study the fea
tures of the cholera epidemic there.
I'KK.SIIiKNT ORKVY'8 LKTTKK.
Bomk, August C The letter of Presi
dent Grevy to the Pope, In answer to a
communication from his Holiness relatlvejto
church inat'ers in France, JustinV the po
sition taken by ihe French Government
uB'iinst the attack of the clergy, and says
that France bas no intention of making war
upon the church. Grevy says he hopes an
agreement between his Government and the
Vatican will be arrived at, now that both
part e, take their stand upon the loyai ob
servance of the condordst.
Bkklin, August 0. The German ad
mirtlty have ordered the commander ol
the men of the naiy to limit their supplies
of American pickled pork to what is neces
sary for the aiinenance of the crews during
ttie passage home of vessels from foreign
stations. The object of thn oideristo
avoid the handltui: of any such pork at Ger
EX-KMI'KKdS Kt OKNlK.
Uk.ki.in, August li, Ihe ex-Eiupresi
Eugenic h;i, arrived at CarUbad.
HI NSI A.
T. Pki Kit.nt in;, Aiuusi The riots
at Ekateruiosiay, caused by the animosity
against the ,Ies , were continued to ihe ,'id
Inst. The mob attacked the Jewish quar
ters and destroved many houses and liquor
stoles lieloiiiiiiu' lo the Jews, U is
now reported that a hundred persons
were killed or wounded during Ihe rioting
Drui.lN, Augu-t ii. Michael Davitt re
reived iiu ovation (ruin the population of
KilKoe, County Clare:, Sunday. In lis
speech be said the government was re
duced to such weakness that It could not
protect the life of one of their vilest Instru
Ai.kxanpria, August 0. One hundred
and ten British soldiers have died from
the cholera In E.'ypt since the outbreak of
I II IT HKI'Ott TF.I TRKAT Y.
Commenta of tho Time on tho Suppoaod
Treaty Between Mexioo and Ger
many. Nkw York. August K. The T ines says;
"A local newspaper causes suiiii'thlng of a
Konsallon here to-day by asserting that mi
extraordinary secret political treaty has
been made between Mexico and Germany,
under w hich the two nation have entered
Into mi offensive and defensive alliance, It
was said, moreover, Hint this action was
taken galiit the protest of our Minister,
Mr. Morgan, and accompanied by trroiraid
and Instilling language Inward him and our
country by the German Minis
ter. It was also claimed In
Ihe article (hat our Slate deparlinetil w as
duly siBlsed of the negotiations Hl, 0f t tin
spirit In a hleh they were conducted, i.tit.
that II had taken no steps lo prevent tlio
treaty ur to pt'otesl agllllst It. These idle,
gallons are of a serious chariicin, mid, as
staled, made some talk in diplomatic cir
cles. They are generally, bowevr, dis
credited. Our foreign policy Is not Intend
ed l" I'o vigorous In the diplomatic, but no
one believes thu administration would lie
qulrsci' In such an Impudent and dangerous
ireaiv as the nswspnper article referted to
describes. Such an alliance would be In
Hat ami defiant opposition to Hie Monroe
dnclrlne, and If tolerated by nur govern
ment would Involve the abandonment of
that policy. That a trculy of this descrip
tion should havo benu negotiated without,
the kiinwledgo of other powers which
have Important relation with Mexico,
such as France or England, Is bardlv prob
able, and II Is not at all likely that any
foreign power would consent to Its execu
tion without strenuous opposition. Its ef
fects would be lo make Mexico a German
dependency, and It would lead lo a repeti
tion of thn Maxamlllan experiment, lone
eplsodn In their blnory which tlio ale xlcans
themselvea look buck to with shame.
Ilenee those accustomed to diplomatic ru
mora regard this a very Improba
Ida one. That Mexico Is nego
tiating a commercial treaty
with (lerinany similar In terms to thai, now
pending In thn United Stales Sonstn la
known, but that she has, In addition,
formed a ancret political alliance wlib tier
many I deemed lucrndtblu, Tbe paternity
of the story I the saino a that of tho
Chihuahua annexation acbeme, a, rumor
which, wa absurd oat 1U lawi"
A Murderer' Betpanttltta.
Fasioh, Pa., Augusts. Sabato Alexan
der, an Italian murderer, was aeuUmeed
this morning to be bung. While on bl
way to the prison with the sheriff, the mur
derer attempted suicide by cutting bla
throat with a piece of cblssel which he had
conceaieil in bis pocket, making a wound
ah nit two Inches long. It u not consider-
d dangerous. ,
Ihe Boston tailor.
Bo t on, August . A meeting of the
creditor of C. 11. Ward, boot and hoe
manufacturer, who suspended laat week,
win bold at his office to-day, at which
Ward made a brief statement reviewing
bis business since it was established and
the emises which led to Its suspension.
Liabilities are stated at about $745,000; aa
Anal her Failure.
Boston, August 6. A special to th
Journal from St. Alban. VI. , aaya Hon.
Btadley Harlow, president of the Vermont
National Bank of St. Albans, also presi
dent of the Southeastern railroad, states
thai be ha failed, and that the bank baa
closed Its doors. Barlow say be I embar
rassed owing to unsuccessful railway enter
prises. Crashed hy a Train.
Wii.kkhiiakkk, Pa., August 0. William
Fees, of Pittsburg, fell from an excursion
train on the Lehigh Valley railroad thi
morning. The cars passed over bltn and
his body was terribly mangled. He
was removed to the hospital alive, but can
Killed With Iroa Bar.
I'ocK i. ani, Me,, August . At Vincent
Haven on Saturday. Patrick Cane, a
quarryman, Mruok Murdock Campbell
with an iron bar nd then attempted to
drown himself, but was prevented, Camp
bell died. Cane is subject to fits of tempor
Fkrukkicrtoavv, Mo., August fi. An
eleven-vear-nld son of Madison Cooper was
thrown from a horse Saturday. The boy
had a gun in his band, which was dis
charged by tho fall, the content be
ing blown into the lad' bead. He will not
Washington, August . Tbe latest Is
that O'Donnell. ihe avengir, Is an ex-member
of the police In this city, a Lieut.
1'hilan, an Irish enthuaiaat who resigned
from the force two years ago and Joined tha
Hartford. Conn., August 6. The
Courant publishes a letter under thesigna
tup.' of Ju l.'e D. C. Binlsall, In which
he announce himself as author of the
charges that Hancock was defeated by Til
den, and reiterates the charges.
Nunday In Nt. Jo.''
Sr. Josi.i'M. Mo., August c. About ten
saloons were open yesterday. Three men
were arrested this inornin1. more will be.
Those arrested were put under bond. All
other business wa. suspended.
A Fntal Sihot
PiTTSiinto, Pa., August l). A West
Newton, Pa., special sav that. Sunday eve
nlng at Port Royal John P. Mos, a dis
tiller, shot and fatally injured Janie Mc
A 1 .1,OOtt t ire.
WoRi KSiKH. Mass.. August a. -Henry
i. Towne's groceiy storo and dwelling,
and J. I.. Robinson's cabinet shop, at
llardwick Center, were burned this morn
ing. Loss fl5,(KX.
VHf Murder and Nnlrltte.
Norfolk, Va., August 6. .John Sim
mons, a in ! :i"! of Deep Creek, Va., near
Norfolk, sum .i.ui killed bis wifcaud him
self on Sunday. No cause for the act is as
signed. THE MARKETS. ',
AUGUST b, 1NSI.
CATTIX-Dull, l.VrfiOc lower; exporta
$." tiiiintl 15; good to choice shippers $5 25
. til); common to fair H .Wtfi 15.
lit )iS Light Ti 60ait 05; mixed paoklng
$5 ouiVi 25; heavy packing and shipping
: auf(K 15.
CATTLE Export steers $i90YW2oj geTnd
to heiivv ilo i.'i filln-.'i STi- II, rM. tn fule CI si's
5 10: co, union to medium $4 4(34 HO; fair
to good Colorado $4to5 50; southwest $3 75
fa4S5; grass Texan M 'AViM 76; light to
Boon siocKrrs i nwn;t ra; lair to good reied
crs M tvVa'I'JO; 'omiiioii to choice, native
oV mill heifer. I.'l ?Vi ''. MKalluiua.ra t
anv kind $1 Wit'i 75; common cow and
IK ) is opened stronger and sold
hiirtii.t. Iitil wenkmiiii! lutA uri.h
- .... '...., V. ,.,. 1 TTI.U
strong prospects of a decline. Light to
good jorki'is fj H'lrS,") 00: mixed to good
('Hi king K lOroi.'i Hi: butchers to extra & 40
(u ." li.'i,
1 1 I'' I1 Pnm mi, ii .tit.illnni uii.l llirht
M 7.V;i "0; fair to good f.l8.Vrf4 10; prime
U '.'.Vu4 (W; fair to good Texan i-i 5r
WHEAT Lower; closing at $100
AtiL'usi; H oiV September; MO.'U
October; il 04 ' November; $1 OOS vcar.
ColiN-Lowcr; 5D'.' August; 49'-
September; )''' October; 474 November;
41 'i vcar; Mav.
OA l - Lower; itfSi August; 20VO27
September; 2" ' October; 'Jo's year.
WIIEAT-I.ower; closing at $1 04
AUimi-i; H osv .September; $1 II
Oeiober; $111' November; l 04 V yer.
CORN--Firmer; ttl'tli. August; 4H?t
Seph inher; 4U' October; 41 ' year; 43V
o. T.s-Stronger; 24 H August; 25V Sep
tember; 25 October; 21 'i year.
WHEAT-Augusi l 14; September
! Hl' ; October tl IH' ; November H 'JO, ;
CiiUN-Aiigusl 2; Sentember 60i
HI Si October (it Sf)tll V; November 61 ,
' ST. I.OI'IH.
IICTTEII Creiiinory sella at ir)O20
for ehoieii to fancy, to 21 for selections;
overli' iiied or poor at dairy rates; dalrv
at I'lutli lor choice to fancy; fair to good,
llliill'J: common MM!!). I'minlrv s.nlml
slow, choice ut hio, common ftr?.
i.i.io -iii'iniiiHi was in UK at Ho for gooU
"'' of cinrenl ri lnt mul t'i fnenitn.
died. ., rv-.
t'iM'l,TRY- hlckens. small 50;
fair lo i' mid $t T.'woJ; tiliolca to fancy larra
ti 'AVct'J oil; spring ducks $2 25W2 7A; oh)
rb'ckeni-cncks fikit 25; mixed U ittutt
tw; iiuua W VkH. , --
That Brown'sIron Bitters
will cure the worst case
Will insure a hearty appetite
and increased digestion.
Cures general debility, and
gives a new lease of life.
Dispels nervous depression
and low spirits.
Restores an exhausted nurs
ing mother to full strength
and gives abundant sus
tenance for her child.
Strengthens the muscles and
ncrves.cni'iches the blood.
Overcomes weakness, wake
Keeps off all chills, fevers,
and other malarial poison.
Will infuse with new life
the weakest invalid.
37 Walker St., Prnore, Dec. 1B81.
For six years 1 have been a great
sufferer from liluod Disease, I y-pep-.M,aiHlConstiiMiion.and
to debilitated that I cuuld not retain
anything on my Munuch, in fact,
life h;id almost bciume a burden.
Hiully, when h-pe li.nl almost left
me, my husband seeing Dkown's
Ikon IliTTRKS advertised in the
piper, induced me toi;ive it a trial.
1 urn now taking the third buttle
and have nut fell so well in six
yean ad 1 do at the present time.
Mn. L. F. Ghipfim.
Brown's Iron Bitters
will have a better tonic
effect upon any one who
needs "bracing up," than
any medicine made.
TOE CITY NATIONAL HANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General ltankiu Uusiuesa
TITOS. W. HALLINAY
JTEKPIGSE SAVING 11ANK.
KXCLISIVKLY A SAV1XUS HAXK.
Til OH. W.IIALLIDA'S ,
1ALJ.1L)AY BROTH ttlt!
FLOL'K, HUM AND HA V
Hlithpfit CHb Prion Paid for Vthml.
PROPRIETOR OP 8PROAT S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in loe.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WEU
PACKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads u, Spoclaltv,
O iT If i o w t
Cor.Twelith Street and LeYee
n tow r
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