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WILL FRKVKNT TUB CHOLERA-
TIil moot powerful An
tiseptic audit which
iii ni it-lry has prnducud.
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no'ly or xtcniilly r n
dep. ail it o lima In run
tint with, pure, cwi-ot
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linn of diai-as -ic-riai
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mill (vir-a ll atop all
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by Kclciiou '.hut n.aiiV
diseases are Inlro lie cil
by pulrltleailni, which
repriKjtio-n Itself anil
propogalo tlie disease
in evtr widening circle.
Those d'caea trcnur
ate rwitatrinii and liil the
air with death, hujli lit
that dread Terror,
which la now devastat
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Hln i ii on l' mission
of death rapldlv touarda
our shores. O'licr tin
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are Diiihthe.-ia, Tyiili
old Ki-vi-r. Scnm-i lYicr,
Yellow Fever, Kry-lp-elan,
Kir.. All i ) ii-n-
rate ronta.Mou. Other
dlaenaea "ever and
Agile, .Ma nnal Kecr,
tc , arise from ronta
KKIN no ih C llll IK uf
dampness, ii ii hi li h y -It-nation
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pi Uk' the pru'lii-tloii of
I'latase Oernu a;id di -
troMnu tho-ti aire uly
produced, lloth tta- -rrrul'a
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away the Hernia of Ilia
, ee am) d ath.
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which tln cr"vt (;i-rni'liir.i.r if spp'iral'le.
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of iilenli I or ti.liin i-ii, .ii:"l:.!:ieai. M' iii;i! !
pn-KMun, Sif'.ountj uf tlm ll'ii.-i I'Milt mi? Ill in
anility iir d l.-mliiiir to nut- r. ! 'iy ntul "'eiitli,
I'reiiviti'.ri' OM A,-'. Hurn n -'. I.e of puwer
in eitln-r te't. Iiiv.iliiiit.-i-v ! h:i-l Sfirmiii.
orrlm-a e;m-t liyuv- r- rt i"i "f 1 1.- lirum. mdf -hiinaHur
over.iiidiiik'eiiee. l-cii U' I'oiithiria
ono I'luiitti a trntitn-iit. f I."1 ii l"ir..ur hi liose
forf.'."l."'i:t liy mini prej -iulon le-.i-ipt of pnci
u: a .it.M r.i: m it:!
To nirr iir y nue'. With em'h ord"' r-- "ivil hyiif
fur an Innea. hecomtiiitiii-'l m'li j'..'", w Will
iii liiii piircliiu-r our writt.'.i cimrMit.-o to nw
fuml tlm inoiii-y if tie tn-;ittiH'tit Jues Luti'flecl
euro. (iuarHiiliv-a ir -mil onl) liy
IIAKKY W. SCIIUII.
I)rni!lt, (.'nr. C'ominurrlal ave. ,t Hth at., (,'uiro.
I'KilFKsMDSAl, i AlfH
QKOUCK II. L1C AC IT, Ml).
PHYSICIAN tt SUUGh:ON.
Special attention paid to the II unm puililc treat
nir.nl of atirclcal dlau'.av, and Oifi-a"' K of Momen
and rhl dren.
oKfll'K 'n lllh atreet, oppnit'' the Poat
office, Cairo, 111.
U. J. K. STIiOXG,
123 Cmimit'i'tial Ave , Cairo, 111.
VAPOIl, KLliCTItU-V.M)H and MKDICATKl)
K liuly la aUemlntu'ii,
jtr. w. c. .h)ckly:,
U 10 NT1S T .
OPiMl'IC Eighth Hlrimt, Lear Comn erria! Atei tm
R. fi W. WHITLOCK,
Orrtm No. IW t'ommerrliil avenue, hetwee.ii
Kebt'j and Ninth Street
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD'MY
t IIKsTK.lt. UJd year opclia Mepleinlier I'.'lh.
IllllldlllK new. Superior nppulnttneiiia l lvll Kn
Blnenrliitf. Cheiitlcal, tlolliik'lAlu, hnnllali Conraea,
i -tmulaiiof P. W, Jliir lav, Kaq., W, P. Iliilllilay,
Ei , orof Col. Til KO. HYATT, 1'rea't.
(hop on Halllday Avitnue, lu-iwuen KtMirtl mid
NlxtU Mlnivia, Cairo, tllliiela,
tVAII kind of 1 1 "hi and heavy hlarliamtlblng,
wagon and earrlago work diinu In the moat work
Manlike manner. Ilnrao alioelnn a npucially and
Ufactlon tfoarauUed ,
The Annual Meeting of the
60ciation of Steel Workers.
Th) Strike EudorHod-More Failures ia
tie East- Munitions of War Seat
to China-A Fatal Spree,
Piiir.AiiKi.PHu, AtiKiiHt 7. -The National
convention of the Amalgamated association
uf iron iind steel worker was called to or
der by Prealrient John Jarrett at 1:30 tbU
morning. Jarretl made a brief addreas,
cotikir ittilutlrtfj the delegate upon the
Mrt'iiKtb and pioaperity of tbelr aaaociatlon,
an 1 exprensinx tbe hope, that not only the
c!f libera' ona but alao the exntiiple of the
couve it ion would be fraught w ith advan
tage to the worklrcmen of the country.
Me mid this- city, (be cmdle of American
liberty, wa a fitting plaee for a convention
of tuiiii banded together to Kncure Juntice
and resist tyranny. Jarntt wan heartily
applauded. 'I lie convention then w i-nt in
to secret acsaion to effect an orcinization.
ne hundred and lxty-ejht deleealea, be
a d'i-fifteen oflie.-a of the a.soclation, an
svu red to their namci and presented their
There are :'i;s lodfea in the order, and it
i expected that many more delegatea will
a rive dutlnff the convention. Andrew I.ee,
the j,-e. president nf the Eighth (list riet of
I'lili.uielpbia mid vicitity, delivered the ad-dn-s.
of welcome, to which Prcaldent Jar
rei ri sponded. He sfiiike hopefully of the
prospi ci ,,f the aopu ty, and, allndingto
the :rlke at Bethlehem, expresed the hope
that the victory would aoon be won by the.
atnkera. Afier his addreaa he introduited
l. .1. M' iuire of New York, general n ere
t i r y of the t'arpentera' and Joiner' Asso
c.anoti. Mefiulre spoke at aouie leciftb.
II ref.-ience to the strike of the telegraph
opeiaiors evoked reundaofapplaudc. Iielc
ates V. K. Powell and W ni. lioblnnon
pren nled the follow iiif resolutions, which
were adopU'il by a rousing viva vo.':e vote:
"He it resoived by tie National Lidt'e
Ama t'ainated Aaaociation of Iron and
Sieel Workers, in conveutjon assembled,
that we do hereby extebd to our atnkiiik;
biothcta of the Teii-craphem' Brotherhood
our unci re wishes for their victory In the
proent atrugle against monopoly, and we
do hope tbi t ere many dava the victory to
the telegraphere will be noised all over thia
Miction. ' '
I'pon the adoption of this resolniion
three chi-cra were iven for the telegraph
cin and alao for the I'.etfck-hem Mrikcrs.
The ' ri -eis of the convention are the gen
eral oflirira of the Natioual association.
It wan decided to bold the feiona from
fl o'clock uutl 1 12 noon and from 2 p. m. to
6 p. m.
Sblpnient of Armilot blaa.
. Kkax isco, Au?uat7. I.at Thura
d.iy .VKi cast a of aimnunitlon and arnia were
aeui on the Pacitir Mail steamship Coin
aioek. The amiuuuition caaes had the
bund S. (iovernuient, fi-calibrr,"
and all ca.se were from Sprlnpticld, Mass
n in-iieeii aasi-rteci that during the pa-l
eighteen months recnlar shipments on an
extensive scale hae been mad: lot.
Rebuild!, hanuhai. Durinjf that period
Si.ixki ."spnnirneij rifles ind 'iVi.dOO cart
riues in in nave ueen lorwanii-a; tn-aidea
from fttaJ lo nj balea of cotton duck, aa are
suitable lor tents, has been acui hv express
by each ateauier for thina. The total
value of the materia! approximates fo.OOO,
A Tricky IrUhiunn.
HtTKAl-O, August i.-An enterprising
"assisted" emipr-tnt named John Feeoey,
has been pluv ini; the martyr trick very khc-
ceasfuPy and linpoalnr upon patriotic Irish
men here, reency claimed that througb
hia hi devotion lo the cauc of Ireland he
was locked tip !n Kilniatnbnra Jail and suf
fercd cruel torturen. He also sain that ha
had indienantly refused SL'.fnK) r ffered him
by the Ijitrlbh novernnient to teitify In the
Plin nix Park murder trials. It turns out
that Keeticy Is a fraud. He was sent as an
"assisted" emigrant to Canada aud was
uever in Kiliuiinham Jail.
A Nad Jonroey.
T. Ltii'is. August 7. When the
o'clock train on the Iron Mountain mad
reached the I'niou Depot, this inortiliiR,
Mia. Mattie Koe, of Scott county. Mo.,
alik'hted therefrom holding in her
arms her dead child, aired eighteen montha.
hc told S'rueant Hurke that the child had
died at 4 o'clock In the morning, ol sum
mer complaint. .She bad a thrwuh ticket
to Kiirekti. Kansas, where she has relatives,
and continued her sad Journey Inter in the
day with tho dead child.
Aa F.aecullvf) Order.
Washington, August 7.- The executiv
order consulldalliiK the Internal Revenue
districts, as far as It applies to the foilow
iii dlsirlets, went Into effect to-day: The
Fourth Michigan, the Kloventh I ndiaiiu.lhe
Sixth Missouri uud the Seveiilh ami KU'th
Kentucky. Itlds Acre opened at thu
Treasury department for Irou sinlrs for i
public building In Cincinnati. Sucud ,$
( u. of Louisville. Were the lowest bidder,
at J7.HK, anil will probably get the con
tract. A Solvent ftaiiik.
Nl-.w Yhkk, August 7. The ( 'oiiinn rclnl
Advertiser snys there Is a big run on nu
Second National Dank' of KIiiiIih, iu eon
seijiiciicc o( lis preslili nl, I). K. Pratt, hav
ing lost, tl.'iD.iUHi in a pork speciilailnii. The
bank is believed lo be sohent. Il ls the
president been utile In stand the less of
.'IiVi.ihhi or ;mn,(KWf
llunK b.v IsHnim.
W.at.A Wam.a. W.T., August 7.-Mc-Plicison,
the murderer of Cummins at
New York, was hung by vlgilunls In the
lull vattl at paylon on Saturday nljrhl.. Ha
prolcstcil his Innocence,
A ;i.vni I'lrei.
Hohton, August 7. Hinckley ' bowling,
alley and tenement bouse and a number of
luisltiPss flrnis were Ixirnnii last night. I.ou
EvANPViu.it, lnd., August 7. The
Kvuusville Funillui'i) factory burned Mon
ay night, Lust ld,0bi, It is lully Insured.
TAIRO, ILLINOIS WEDNESDAY MORNING. A UGUHT"
i Killed While Draak.
Pt. Louts, August 7. While drunk
Monday night at FlorlnsunL, a suburb of
this place, Anton Beeman had an Idea that
he owned tho place, land he labored bar d
hy hia actions to prove it, Slisrily before 9
p. ni. he had practically taken possession of
part of the town. At that hour he went in
to the store l ept by Henry llerbst, in his
triumphal march. He carried a knife In
hia hand, which ho brandished freely, at
tke same lime uttering threats as to what be
would do. When Seeman entered the door
Mr. llerbst was standing behind his counter.
"(ict out of here," said llerbst. "You
must not come In hero and disturb me in
"I'll yome and go when I d n please, "
shouted Seeman as lie udvancrd with the
knife In his uplifted hand.
"Keep away from me, " shouted Herbst,
as the drunken man advauced rapidly to
"I've got It In for you, d n you," aaid
Seeman, "and I'll lix you right now, with
thin, ' and he allowed the knife.
At tbla time Seeman had advanced very
close to Herbst. The latter took his revof
ver from tinder the counter and fired three
shots In rapid succession. All of the bul
le.ti struck Socman, and one of them, It Is
thought, lodged In the region of the bean.
The unfortunate young fellow threw tip his
bands and dropped on the Boor in front of
the counter. The knife fell by his aide.
When assistance reached him, in a minute
or two, it was discovered that he was al
ready dead. Mr. Herbst made no attempt
whatever to escape. He said that be had
acied purely in sclf-dc funse, and expressed
a willingness to surrender himself to the
authorities at any time whatever. Seeman's
body was removed by lome parties who bad
THE STRIKE WIDENING.
Many Railroad Operators Out Cutting
Wires in New York The Situation
St. I.i.i-is, August 7. -The twentieth
day of the telegraphers' strike presents no
diminution either in numbers or enthusi
asm in the gathering at Ligtitstone's hall.
The committee on correspondence were at
work early, overhauling a large mail.
Pointing to a heap of letters one member
said: "These are from all along the line of
tfae Iron Mountain road, and if Charily
Hammond was to see tbetn he would
change the tune he has been singing to you
newspaper men. There are 175 operators
on that road between here and Texarkana,
135 of w hom are members of the Brother
hood. These letter show that they will
stick with us through thick and
thiu. Kigbty-seveu of these are
fiom between here and Little Iiock.
A dispatch from Chicago this morning, an
nounced that Itufus IUlcb had telegraphed
from New York: Eckert's resignation has
been tendered and will be accepted in a
day or two.
"Eekert'a restguation has already been
accepted," cbimea in an official. "That
we know to be tnn?. But b is successor hat
not been agreed upon."
There is Increasing ciioriileuee felt thai
the locomotive engineers will goon take an
active hand in the tight against Gould. It
is asserted that the cugineers on the B. .t
O. will be the tirst to go out. It is rurther
said that tho Brotherhood has In its hand
another cord of equal if not greater power,
which will be held aa a lat re
sort. The Chicago Council pased
resolutions last night sympathiz
ing with the strikers, and declaring thai
the strike would be spt-edily ended ou ac
count of the damage to business. The
strike on the Cbiaifru and Altou road was
oi lginilly ordered for MouJuy noon, but by
aonie mischance tb order did not arrive in
time, and therefore uperators continued at
At h York.
Nkw Yortn. August 7. -The condition of
things with reference to the striking tele
graph operators does not seem to have ma
have materially changed during the past
tweiily-four hours, 'notwithstanding that
the operators on several railroads closed
work at noon Monday. The prolonged dis
cussion of this contemplated action from
the railroad operators has unquestionably
given railroad managers an opportunity to
arrange time cards, etc. , so as not to be
put to special Inconvenience. Among bus
iness men serlus results affecting trade
are entertained. Meanwhile the strikers
and the telegraph companies still keep tip
flic spirit of defiance toward each other
that they have shown ever stnee tho strike
N'rwYork, August 7. The following
has Just been Issued:
KxKcn ivk office,
FFICK , )
K A I'll CO.,
7, ISN'I. J
W KMTEliN I NlO.N TKI.KUKA11
Nkw Yokk, August
Notice It ha come to our knowledge
that, in connection witli the strike of the
operators and linemen, an organized plan
of cutting and crossing the wires of the
Western Union and other companies in
New York City nnd vicinity has lu-.m agreed
upon and it now being carried out. In
pursuance of such a plan a large number of
our wires have been cut during the past
week, and lifly-nlne were cut last night in
New York and vicinity, the work showing
all the marks of having be en dono bv
skilled hands. One thousand dollars re
ward will be paid by this company for the
arrest and conviction of each and every
person willfully displacing, injuring or tin
stroylngany purtof this company's tele
graph lines or appurtenances. ri,e West
ern Union Telegraph Company.
TlldS. .). lll'KKRT,
Chicago, August 7. -From the best ad
vices obtainable It appears that very few
operator have left tho employ of the Wa
bash aud the Chi cago and Alton routls. It
was expectc l that the full effect of the
strike would be felt at noon ni thosn
roads, but, according to the version of the
officials In. this city, not. to exceed ten are
rt ported hi have quit their posts on both
1 1 r i rtiicitiv,
August 7. Superintendent
. t O. Itullrouil, reports
King, of tho o
Hint nt in'clock about one. third of thu on
ciaint a forking on the Pltisburg division
qn It work and are now out.
Cincinnati, August 7 Nostrils among
the railroad operators or any roarfc leading
into tins i - was reported u to.1 :3B thi
Boston, Au.'ui 7. -The Herald lay
(here were report in Lynn this morning of
leveral failures on account of ihesuspen
ion of Charles W. Ciemeiits auioiig small
manufacturers. Most of the shoes made by
them were for the Clement trade. Samuel
(idle was among those reported as omhur
rafcsed. None of tho factories were affect
ed by Clements' failure. They employ
thirty or forty hands, and It is said that
their stikpeiislon will be only temporary.
The Shaw failure is thought to be more far
reaching in its effect upon some of Lynn'
business men than the public have
yet 'jecn given to understand. C.
II. Ward' statement is thought to
be peculiar, and places one of
the city's financiers in a position which he
was not thought to occupy. It Is asserted
that several suspensions will occur among
the small Lynn manufacturers during the
ensuing few days, bul it is thought no large
amounts will be involved In any
Boston, August 7. The Traveler says
that William B. Towle, the treasurer iif
the Atiburudale Watch company failed
Monday nlgbt. Liabilities are now sup
posed to be small, although nothing definite
has jet been learned. The failure will tin.
doiiiilediy Involve the Atiburudale Watch
company, whose liabilities it is though lar
exceed tho assets.
Nt. I.oiua Internal.
Wasiiingion, I. C, August 7. A
statement has been is-ued from the Treasu
ry showing the condition of the National
banks of St. Louis. It shows the nuiubei
of banks to be six. Loans and discounts,
flOl.&'iO W individual deposits, $."i,sr,o.,r,ti:
due to other banks Ksil,.",!i7; capital stock
paid In, 53..V).0OO; National bank noter
A party of 15" Knight Templars from
Washington anil vicinity, left this morning
bv special train on the B. k 0. for San
Francisco. They will arrive at Si. L uison
Thursday afternoon, and spend twenty-four
huirs there seeing the city and visiting the
Sir Knlgh ts there.
Major ilffhr'u Nulrlde.
Washington, August 7. Major Bcebe,
who coinniittted suicide here last night,
held a commission in the army dufiug the
war and served with (ieneral Jlazen. He
was mustered out at the elre of the war.
He has since been attaehed to the office ol
the Chief Signal (Jrticer as private in the
general service. He was a native of Ohio,
and was about 41 years of age and unmar
ried. He was a member of the tirst (ir-'e-liy
relief party, mill his health was im
paired by the hardships to which he wan
A IIKAIt I I.tAM HBI.K II.
A Pitiful Case of Wife Deseition by
Husband Old Enough to be the Wife's
Amon, III., At:!!iist 7. Several days
ago a yoiii.g man who calls himself Hale
Ferguson arrived here. He supported
bimelfby writing visiting and business
cards, and opened a stand iu the rotunda
of the pnstotlice. Accompanying hiai was
a young k'lrl, who appeared to bo
nanny ntteen years ol age. he was
small and delicate, and very childish In
her actions. The girl was constantly
with Ferguson, and tliosc who saw them
supposed they were brother and sister, or,
perhaps, father and daughter, as he seem
ed to he a man of .Vi or forty. Last :itur
day morning Ferguson was not, at the put.
ollice and al'oui 11 o'clock the girl came
into thu police headquarters and said that
her "husband" hid deserted her. Mic
told a sorrowful story. It seems she
bad lived ill Chicago, wlnTe a few
weeks ago she met Ferguson.
They were married and she left her home
to go with liuu. He had prospered until
he struck Alton, but here busings was
bad. lie grew worse and ill-treated her.
On Friday ti tali t he dlsaiilicared. leiiviii"
ouly a nnte for his child-wife, in which he
ani tie eon ni no longer support tier; that
he must leave her, 'and she must not tryio
follow, because "you cau't find me."
She says be Is sixteen years old. She w ill
not give the name of her family In Chicago,
but is determined to tiud her husband. The
police liave done all llicy can lo discover bis
whereabout, but thus far bavo failed. The
deserted wife has bee-n cared for by smne
charilablo ladies, hut she refuses to bo
comforted, and goes sadly abont seeking
the w retch. It is probably a repetition of
the old, old story. He met her, she was
Infatuated, they may or may not have been
legally married, and then when he became
tired of net he disappeared and left bcr,
penniless and among strangers.
Tll.ni: MH. IIAM'OCK.
How the Sage of Qrammorcy ia Bald
have Gotten Revenge.
Hartfohh, Conn., August 7. A letter
slgtud "Judge," attacking Mr. Tllden, re
cently appeared In an afternoon paper here.
It Is now said it was written by Judge I), C.
Birdsdell, an old friend .of Tildcn's. The
letter contained five distinct allegations.
First, that Gen. Hancock was defeated by
Tllden ' friends acting under his directions
and by tin' tie of his money. Second, that
In accorda t with the substance of these
directions as expressed to Blrdsall by one of
Tildcn's friends, and which emanated from
Tilden's headquarter at the National Dem
ocratic Committee, on October '.'7, luxo, so
I he result proves. Third, that the work
was dune effectually, as the election leturiiM
slinwcl. Fourth, that Hancock's de
feat was largely due to tho
Sun, with Tilden's knowledge. Filth, that
MR. TII.IH.N Hill Xo'ljt.'DN I IIIHH'I K tJ'i.O'M)
or any other amount to the legitimate pur
puses for whl.'h tho campaign was orga
nized. Then follows a list of the counties
In New York manipulated by Tllden, with
a summary of inn vote cast, and bv whom
they were manage,, rim following cnuii
tics are named, ami the rcaurctlvn Demo.
ciallo losses specltled: Columbia I.IHII.
Dutchess a. 171 , Clinton 1, Kvscx aud
Franklin counties, total loss l.Sll. Debt.
ware, loss IMt, ( lieiuung 'm, Cayuga a.vi,
Livingston i, m, Lawrence ii.'lit, and
King" H.171I, Thi! nullum of the necmia
employed in each of these
counties are given, Willi the re
spective vote cast for (Jarfli'ld. ,0
Hancock loaa M t tilM way la atcreiaieil nl
1ft, 7M. Judge Itlrdsall decline, luiwever.
lo give the name of his Informant. wMi
foreshadows his Intentions. He also tra
verses Hie other Important feature con
nected with the campaign, as unilateral
proof of hi veracity, ami cencltulc hy c x
pressliu that hi chief regret' now Is that
Mr. Tllden' subsequent cu btm mil
sustained the seutlmeot and expn'sslnn
contained In Mr. l'Udeu' letter of tfndU'u
tloo In lfiJ'J.
THE OLD WORLD.
Dynamite Conspirators on Trial Mc
Dcrmott Arrested The Spanish Revolt-Cholera.
l.oNnov, Auirrst 7. A dispatch from
Lheip ml aa s that .lames McDermott ar
rived t in t o Monday on his arrival from
America, und was remandej to Jail on a
cliuige of being engaged in a conspiracy to
murder the public otlicial.
m'hkkmot 'h ahhkst. -"
I.ivkiipihii. August 7. McDermot was
arn-ied on the steamer City of Montreal,
on w l,;el, he came from America. A war
rant for his arrest was Issued In Cork,
where he had been seen in company with
oiieilihy. Some correspondence with
o'Donovan Kossa and James Stephen wa
found on the prisoner. McDermot ay bo
Is an American citizen, and will call upon
lln American government to protect him.
London, August 7. The amount of bul
lion srone into the Bank of England to-day
is tl'iO.Ooi). ,
AN IMPORTANT TRIAL,
Khpooi., August 7. -The trial of
u'llerlihy. Feat lierstone, Deasy Flanlgan
and Dalioii. charged with having in their
p,e..e..li ,-xplrislv es for the destruction of
buililiiik's and lives, has begun to-day. AH
the prisoners pleaded not guilty.
Ti e .solicitor (ieneral in stating the case
In the court said he was confident that the
evidence which he offered against the
prisoners would convince tucjuryof their
Lomiox, August 7. .Many in ember of
Parliament will go to America during the
couiiiiL' recess. Motions were offered In the
ll'iiise of Commons Monday evening against
lln-policy of the government in regard to
Transvaal and Ziiluland, which were de
feated, however, after speeches azarnat
iad been made by Gladstone.
I.omm.n, August 7. The Times corres
pondent at Madrid says that the rlsiug of
the military at ( ada)os ended iu a mot ua
diktiilied manner. Very' little harm was
dmie by the insurgent beyand a slight
damage to the railroad and the robbery of
the tcr:uiciilal and municipal money. It
Isdoiil.ilul whether the movement was
ci n serious, u js stated In some quarter
thai the outbreak was only a part uf a pro
gramme of a gigantic stock Jobbing opera
limi induced by a certain clique, which for
long time has been making extraordinary
ff.iris to destroy the Improving credit of
Ai.kx anuria. A'lL'ii-t 7. There were
seven deaths from cholera here Monday.
4 riisbetl to lleaili.
I iiGtsi, Mich., AtiL'ut 7. Reuben
I'.oinnsoii, a wealthy citizen living four
mile-from t,hi place, was killed Monday
"line nun. auiiig logs. A log rolled over
his head, thereby crushing It. He wu
about 40 years of age,
l.A.srsi. Lons. August 7. -A familiar
accident occurred on the approach to toe
bridge at PJ o'clock to-day, when a freight
nam parieu ui twain and tw freight ears
rolled h;i, K Into t in switch vard and vera
Al'lil'ST 7, 1883.
CATTLE Market is steady; export
V' u'ioji; .'Id; emid to choice shippers &t
'' Mm.. tn fair U MidA 15.
IK Mis j ., ;., .viraifi 00: mixed MrtW
fitoj l.'i; heavy Hacking and shinnlnv
H Watt 40. Market slow and iowor.
C.VTTI.F.-Kxport steers $." 7."Crti00; rood
lo heavy do ."i li'iia'"i ti'i: light to fair4 s.'i
5 00; common to medium $4 40iai4 85: fair
to good Colorado jliti.) ,Vlj southwest $3 75
': gras Tex ins SJ iVrtVI 75: lleht to
good stm-k'Ts :uir0.;i 75; fair to good foed
ers fit n"iOj4 Si; common to choice naxlve
:nws ami heifers Kl 50wl ii; scallawairs of
any kind W(fl ti,") : coininon cows ami
Hi ills Weak and lower. No demand
am' very small supplv. Light to good
yoraers K wft 75; rough to good mlxud
packing sOfm:, if,; butcher 5 (aVM0,
and Pliiladeliihias i.'i :yi)5 40: skins .mi
culls $4 7.V(1 K"i.
SlIFKl' Common. In niAlimn Cui
3 70; fair to good t7fKVrsl 10; prime
l 'iVrfl lid; stoekers tJl'5VA.IOO; Tora
fair to good ii 7.Va4 00. and lamha ll 7ri
WIIEAT-Hlghcr; closinsr at I100V
August: IOJSi Senteinber: Oi
Heloliei ; ti.",', Novcinlier: tl 00 V rear.
CDlf.N-lliglier; rti'S August; ftOVaiM
qiteuH'er; Ocinber: 4 November:
to iciir: 40 ' .May.
tiAl's Higher; 27K August; 20 H
September; M October; 'Jti'i year.
W lll'.A I -Higher; closing at $i 05V
ahju-i; tl u7' September; tl oio
ni l ni''. October; HH'i November; $1 0&
C"il!N -Higher; 47',' August:
siyii'iuiior; IT', Oeiober; 4'.' year:
Higher; S, August;
:n t iciober; 4'i vcar: ;
W II CAT Augiisitl 14fa'l7;
tl 17: Uclolier l!',(-rH I'.H, ;
tl '1 ' : D mlier tl '.M'.friS.
t ! S -August 02 ; September tt'H
(teioin-r (i:iiiJ' ; NovcinUrOl (02j De
I'eiiiiier tiJ a.
I nauirjr I'roilHoe.
Ill I'TFIt Creamery sella at t(V2
for choice to fancy, to ai for solootloiu;
ovi'i in iiicl oi poor at dairy rate: dairy
al I. "'ni? fur choice to funny; fair to good
liiivilJ: eoiiinioii so 10. Co'untrv packed
Slow , eliolee ill f'tt-ID, common ,'i,ri . sale;
'.Vi lutis ehnli'i' dairy lo; M creamery IS; 10
ami Nilo 211.
Pol l,TIIV-( hleken. small $ I rati M;
fair to I'ooil tl I'l'n'J; chole.' lo fancy large
ii oil; sjirlug ducks $2 2Vfi'27; old
i'iickeiis-i ks -j,-,. mixed h
i on; hens fl 75.
I (His- Fli nier and detnund brisk at W
forciiidleil it ml US forchotcu of current
LivKiiPooi,. Country mrket quiet.
Weather In F.iigl.iiid fair. Spot wheat drm
er; No, 'j spring wheat Da; No. 8 onrln
none Iu market . Western winter 9s. Mix
ed western corn strong tit ft A4p. Demand
from United Kingdom and Continent mod
erate (or wheat and fair for corn. Itooolpi
wheat past week from Atiantlo ports, ii,.
(KH) quuiterst Paelttu porta, 411. (KM): othtr
sou roc Ui.OoO. eoelpt corn 47,006 utiar
That Brown's Iron Bitters
will cure the worst case
Will insurea 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.cnrichcs the blood.
Overcomes weakness, wake
fulness, and lack ofencrgy
Keeps off all chills, fevers,
and other malarial poison.
Will infuse with new
the weakest invalid.
37 Walker St., P.iikimnre, Pec. iSSr.
For six years 1 have liecn a great
luffcrtr fn.m Mood llistase, Ly.
so dL'inlit.iied th.it 1 could not retain
anything on my stomach, in fact,
life had almost become a burden.
Finally, when hope hud almost left
me, my husband feeing liaowN's
Ikon Hitters advertised In lha
paper, induced me incjve it a triuL
I am now t.ikini; the third Louie
and have not ft It so well in six
years as I dj ai the present lime.
Mis. L. I . Ckiffin.
Brown's Iron Bitters
will have a better tonic
effect upon any one who
needs " bracing up," than
any medicine made.
fpUEClTY XATlOxxAL HANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Hanking1 business
JNTEKPKtSE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAYINGS HANK.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hlghwt Cash Price Paid for WiWf.
PROPRIETOR OF SPHOAT'S PATENT
Wholosnlo Dealer in Ice,
ICT 11Y THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WEU
1 A 1 Tl srv a .. "
i Ava.au tun rlilFPlNO
- a s -i- w 11, "jj-
a m i .A V' K tT1 e-t
3 f I C J 8
Oar Loada u 8pecialtv.
O ir F I O Ifl I
Cor.TweMk Street and Leiee,