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PHYSICIAN .t SUK(iK(X.
(special atluiitioii puliltn tliit II nm" pniliir in at
mi lit of niiru'lcal iliaeaaca, anil uini'ii'i- of woiui'ii
aud rhl ilri-u.
uKUt'K-'in llili atrnit, oppi ait' the l'oH
oftlce, Cairo, HI
jK. J. U. STllONG,
128 Coiuiticrcial Ave, Cairn, III.
VAI'OK, ELECTH'J -VAl'DH ami MKDiCATKO
A lady In attoniluiicc.
JR. W. 0. JOCKLYN,
D EN T I ST.
OFKICR-Kitlith Htract, ncr Coinii ctc.ta! AtH Ua
U. E W. WHITLOCK,
0jntal S ration.
Ormn No. Coromcrclal Avcime. hot ween
Itght'a and Nlhth StrH
J-f 9 M. INCH
-Matiufacliircf nml lii alot In-
6th Strom, hutwi'on Coiit'l Avo. uuil l.cvcc.
CHOKE BORING A KPKCIALTY
AIX KINDS OK AMIT.VITION.
Safflii HctHlri'd, All Kinit" ! Kcva Matin
Cairo & St. Ltmis Tarkot,
Tho iialtttlfil Auchur Linn atcantcr
Wl'l pvn Cairo evnry Knt ir lnv atitl Tuoadny cvmi
liif at fi o'clock, kIvIiir Cairo a dally hoal for Hi,
Kor partlculara a ratca, ote., apply to Capt.
Thm. W. Milulttn, Uonorul AkhiI, or Hoi A.Htlvor,
I l'aV.. I I'll .Nta tSr-J.IW:.
The War Against th Great Corpo
The Cutting of the Wiree in the East -Strikers
Say They Did Not Do
It Confidence at St
Louis -Both Sides.
St. l.nt:iu. Aui;tiHt H.-Notwltliaundlinr
the M HiiinL' i,'trtUI full n re of the i iillroiiI
DiJcra'oi ttiike, Uiirti wan no decne In
th Hlli'iiiimii'.' ol ihu Hrotlici lioiid ui l.lht
htone'a Hull tLU uioriiitii. The mull
brouulit a tiu.nlitir of letters ,from jiolnu in
Texan uml I.ouixuna, urgltir ihu atrikera to
bo att'ailfa!. (hc writer aald: "Three
fourtha of Ihe Morgan men are i-niliua!aitic
and ready for the call." rjovral were
from non-meintjeia of the order, aayiiiK
they were rtidy to join the llroth
erhnod. From alous the linea
of the Iron Mountain and Pacific roaJa a
muulicr nf encourasins commit cicationa
were rciyived. Thnre were present at thn
lintel in ttvo I run Mountain railroad oper
ator who had left tlmir atationa Tuetilay
ni'.'ht Ainl nrrivd here Uiii tnorninit.
I'roin theiu it was learned that twenty
opi rutoi K iiiit work between St. Louis and
The railroad ofiiclula of tbla city nay that
but n lniiniteiinal partof tbelr operatoia
hae te. ponded to the Rrotlicrhood rail.
On the Iron Mountain only fifteen out of
17 went out. Thot-c were stationed in
Vn.elainl. (,len Allen, ( arondelet (2), Ta
ilet, M in tal Point, Siiminitt. I.uiei.ville,
Kri ilt ricktow n ami Allenville, and include
both the nirht and day force. All place
wi re promptly tilled except Yineland. No
trouble occurred. The Vla.h mud claims
tolmve lout but eifiht nun out of tea. The
'iiic.tL'o Ax Alton road rejiortit only
i lev n i. hertir.ru, while the Brotherhood
inlt that that number left in Itecatur
alone. Nn ilefctttioiis have been reported
upon the Vandalla, 'Frisco or Mimourt
I'acirii', the call not having been rsMted yet
on tin ..e llio.
It i. tt aitnei by the Brotherhood that
every man on the PiUsbuix division of the
H. it. atriiik on tiwi). Thia ia con
tradicted by oI)icer of the road. Twenty
nine of the oiliiters are known to
h.ivt atruck, and the it wer to follow
to-dav. In Mttoon, Hi., aWeatcro I'nioii
in .in lift hi key; none of the railroader
have tet done ao. n the Chesapeake A
Ohio only a small proporiiaai slnn.'k, ami
tho ivai ariciet were quickly ailexl. Hut six
striker are reported on lbs Kasiern line of
l-hf. B. A ).. while efery operator at
('.linden went out. No ru'ivi-iiicBl has been
made or called for at Loulvilie.
Member of the Brotherhood Indignantly
deny the inference that any of their
order were connected with the cut
tint: of wires near Ronedale, on the
Wabah road orclwhere. They nay it 1
alwaya been ajainst their principle
and policy to countenance uch prgeced
I)i:h, aud they will in ao ca.e ahleld the
perpetr.ttnr. They tio not crixlit the re
port and miv that the railroad and telegraph
oiliciala, are paid to make thece aiid itnilar
reporu to hnng Uie Broth
erhood Into disrepute. Offlcem of the or
der at ted that the railroad people mia
irpre.ented the number of thttir operators
who Joined in Tuesday', atrike at much
less than it really ia. They claim to
know thoroughly the Kemlinent
of the railroad men, and are
confident that a far preatr number went
out. The chairman of the correspondence
committee aaid they would not have full
returns from the Iron Mountain railway
men before tn-tuorrow, aa their advices had
to come bv mail.
Nkw York, Amju-J H.-I.aat niuht an
other oiMlnticht waa made upon the wires
of the W'esU rn Union Telegraph Company,
tho conciUcnces of which were far more
diaastrous than that af the preceding nlKht.
The prcha acnt at Suinmerville of the
Western Union said that twenty wires on
one route and fourteen on another between
l'aasaic and K.liabethport, N. J., were
cut. These were the wires to Philadelphia
and other points In theouthern ilivisiou.
Twenty of the Mutual Union wires were
cut be;ween King's Bridge and Scaralall;
at Tarrvlown twelve. Up the Hudson Itiv
cr thn wire were down, and eighteen
wires lu the F.atrn circuit were tic
atroyed between Port Chester
and Greenwich, Conn. Tho cj-oa-S'iirins
were sawed off In the latter instance and
the wires cut besides. The first wires to go
down were those on the Eastern circuit,
which were lost about 11:30 o'clock last
night. The others went down ahortly after
midnight. A large forc of linemen were
cent out to repair the damage, and the
lines are being repaired as rapidly as possi
ble. The cutting of the wtres Interfered
with thn working of others, across which
they fell, so that the greatest confusion
Superintendent llunistoun estimate! that
when the work was begun one-half
of the wires to Philadelphia, one
tiisi ter of those to the West, it ml
nne-thlrd of the Kastern circuits could
n it lie used. Tim whole number of
wires cut was eighty-nine, but nearly 2U0
were rendered useless In conseiUi nee, A
li'lcgrain from Fort Washing said Hint a
gang of iiicii Irul Interfered wit i the line
men who were repairing the wires there,
mid llml police protection had been asked
III case Ihe iiilelfercnce is repeated. No
clew Is yel discovered of Hie authors of the
mischief, nllliough tho greatest
Vigilance is being exercised. The
Western Union ba employ ed ilcii dive to
ferret out the perpetrator of the wire cut
ting. Ills the general nplninn that the
sinking I i it i' in 1 ti arc answerable, for the In
juries. The compiiny Is considerably put
nut by this new method of warfare. At
I In beildiUai'tcrs of Ihe Brotherhood of
Telegraphers It was emphatically
denied that cutting was being done by
the striking linemen.
lean utile leier.
lniniK I'll Y, Kas., August 8. A report
having been telegraphed from hero stating
thai tlic Texan cntilu fever was raging
itmmig our cattle, in a mntkniint form It
becnineii necessary to contradict It. most
emphatically, There has not been a single
1'itsi! of the fever here or near here thin sea
mi, nor bas there been any form or speclei
of disease among our slock resembling it
lu any uiunncr, closely or rotuoteiy. Thn
slock never looked better with us, nor
wero uovcr befoi't aa tree from dUeuMi u A
CA1KU, 1LUMUN, THURSDAY
Tho Whipping Hl.
Montkkai., August H. The punish
ment of the lash has been adopted hera for
re r lain gross offenses which have, lately be
lima of too frequent occurrence. A
Freii'th ('imadian tramp named Jean Bap
t stu Cubois attt tnpted to outrage a child of
tt years of age, a few weeks ago, under cir
cumstances which would have conjured
up a Judge Lynch In a less peaceful place
than Monireal. To-day he was sentenced
to receive twenty lashes upon his bare back
and to do a year's hard labor In the peni
tentiary. A Mining Ntrlk.
WliKESfUKUK. Pa. .August 8. Thn dri
ver boys of the Hollenback minca of the
Lehigh Valley and Wllkcsbarre Coal Com
pany presented a bill of grievances to the
olllcers to-day. Seven cars of coal reprt
sent a day's work for a miner and laborer.
The drivers who take these cars out of the
mine say they are getting three-fourths Of a
day's pay for It, and demand a full day.
If their demand ia not acceded to a general
strike nny be looked for this week at the
Diamond, Hollenback and Kmplru mines.
Mlver t nulla.
W'AsitisiiHiN, Auirust 8. Plans are be
ing prepared at tho Treasury department
for silver vaults to accommodate the ex
cessive a 'cumulation of silver dollars. It
is proposed to locate one of these vaults at
the New Orleans mint, and another In the
basement of the Treasury department.
There i.-Jin aDpropriotiau of 100,0l0 avail
able for the construction of these vaults,
sjobbeil bj Mrlke-ra.
St. Pan., Minn., August 8. The tel
egraph office at Bismarck was mobbed
Tuesday evening by strikers. The mob
consisted of twenty-five men, who broke
into the office and compelled the new man
to quit woik. They then took him and put
him to bet at a botel. Manager Diaper
moved his office to the Tribune building to
prevent further trouble.
A Knee llorae Pairrkiitsei.
LKxtvtiToN, Ky., August 8. Prince
Charlie, the great Knglish race horse, hat
been purchased by D. Swigert, of the KI
mendorf i-tud. He won tweir.y-tivB races,
and will be the greatest performer ever
brought to America.
Too Hot for the lee.
Bangui!, Me., August 8. The ice
houses of Charles Iolan A Son, with 8. 000
tons of ice. was burned, together with a
po. lion of the ship yard of Crosby Bros,
and a large quantity of lumber. The loss ia
Nkw Vnm, August 8. The American
rifle team arrived from Kurope this
morning. They are enthusiastic orerthe
treatment received trom the riflemen on the
Barni-d to tbe Oroastl.
East .Saoixaw, Mich., August 8. Ed.
Andrews' shingle mill and salt block in
Saginaw was burned yesterday afternoon.
Loss .OO'J. It was insured for fcl.OOO.
A Vi:S;, CAPT (RED
For Running Chinese from British Amer
ica to the United State.
W'ASHiNtiTON, August 8. The acting
Secretary of the Treasury received a tele
gram from the Collector of Customs at
1'ai'twna. Washington Territory, stating that
his otticrrs, with the assistance of the
revenue steamer Walcott, has captured a
a sloop engaged it) ruunfng Chinese the lino
from British Columbia. Two smugglers
were arrested, but nine Chinese passcugcrs
escaped. The Collector also stated that
nearly one hundred Chinamen had landed
at v rious points on the Northern frontier
in boats Mid iu Imlirn cinoca within the
past few days, and that be is powerless to
prevent their landing unless his force is
largely increased. Secretary Folger will bo
back in a few days and the subject will be
brought t bis attention at once.
It was explained by the officer of the cus
toms division that the law provides that no
Chinese laborers shall be permitted to enter
the United States by land without produc
ing to the proper officer of the customs a
certificate, required by Chinese laborers
sceiliig to land from Ihe vessel, and that
any Chinaman found unlawfully within tbe
United Stales shall be caused to be retnoTed
therefrom after being being brought before
a Justice. Judge or Commissioner of the
United States. But the duly of bringing a
Chinaman before a Court or Commissioner,
or taking action for their removal from the
United States is not devolved bylaw upon
the custom officers.
A Blii KFAMATIO.
An Actor and the Daughter of Singer, of
Sewing Machine Fame, the Interested
New Yohk, August 8. The martia
storm In the newly wedded Bangs family,
the first faint murmuring of which were
heard two weeks ago, has now hern pre
cipitated by an action begun In the Phila
delphia courts by Mrs. Bangs to recover by
means of attachment, personal property
which she alleges Mr. Bangs bought for her
sister, Mrs. Cassandra V. Johnson, out of
$7. uoo advanced by Mrs. Hangs to her hus
band previous to her marriage to htm.
The Bangs family consists of Mr. Frank C.
Bangs, the actor, and Mrs. Alice
Bangs, formerly Mrs, Alice La
Grove, and Miss Singer, and
known for a time as Agnes Leonard. Mrs.
Bangs was a daughter of Mr. Singer, ol
sewing m ichinc fame.
UK HAD BKVKN W1VKS)
and about thirty children when he died.
Mrs. Bangs received HiO.lMH) as her share
of the esiate, She lived In Brooklyn with
her mother, who was divorced from Mr
Singer, and then became Mrs. Merritt. She
was a member of the Clermont Dramatic
society. When her father died and she
obtained possession of her fortunu sho went
lo Paris, and then married a Mr. LaWrove.
They hud two children, 'jut were afterwards
divorced. Mrs. LaGrove then returned to
Brooklyn and taught elocution under the
name of Agnes Leonard. Being much
In tho company of actors and ac
tresses she became acquainted with
Mr. Frank C. Banes and they becatno en
B'KeiUnd were married. The ceremony
was performed June 4 last. In Plymotb'
church, by the Kev. Henry Ward Beechcr.
The. couple at once started on their wed
ling tour, leaving Mr. Hang's pet poodle
behind. Their brlefjhonymoon, however,
va abruptly terminated In a separation at
Philadelphia. This sequel was foreseen by
a number of actors, who said that the par
lies were nilsmated and were entirely un
fitted for each other. Mrs. Bangs, they
said, was but an amateur at the best, and
they always regarded Frank, as they called
him, as a confirmed halcholnr whoa affne
una could uotlte wou (run his Skyii terrier .
MOKNIM, AUGUST ,
Toe A merle ao Pic.
Nkw Yohk. A;uat 8. The Herald
lays: "Any one who can make thn people
laugh Is a public benefactor. So Germany
deserves a general vote of thanks for the '
persistency with which she attempts, in tho
Interest of her pig farmers, to taboo
American pork. The latest order is that
commanders of war vessels must limit
their purchase of American plcklec
pork to what is necessary for the susto
nance of crews during the homeward pass
age of vessels from foreign stations, ilia
purpose of the order being to prevent tho
putting ashore of any American pork lu
Germany. It may seem to persons who
take everybody at their word that the Ger
man sailoi needs as good pork aa any one
else, and that it costs something to make a
sailor of a naval recruit, and a Germany
lias no more men to spare
anyhow, the pork for the German navy
should be of tier .nan growth only. All
this would be truR if Germany really be
lieved that American pork Is unwholesome,
but when Germany allows her sailors to eaf
any particular article of food tho whole
someness of the said article is practically as
sured. Germany should try a less trans
parent trick for toe sake of her reputation.
Washing ton, August 8. The story
printed iu some of the Louisville papers
that -enator Beck was snubbed at the
Presideiit's reception In that ciiy will
hardly be pleasant news to the President
hiuiaeir. Senator Beck was the principal
ninn in inducing the President to visit the
Kxposltiou. By appointment the
Kentucltlf committee headed by the
Senator was to call on the President at the
Soldiers' Hoiiie to present tbe Invitation.
Commissioner Kvans. then fresh in Wash
ington, Joined the party ami then drove
out with them. Arrived at tbe Home, Mr.
Evans rushed to tbe front w ith bis card and
the was closeted with President.
Senator Beck ant' bis com
panions were angry and impatient. An
hour sntl a half later when the President
entered the reception room he expressed
the greatest surprise to find them there.
He was greatly aim yed at the incident and
was very emphatic in explaining that he had
not been informed of their arrival. M.
Evans intisted tint while he had only sent
up hi own card he had told the footman
who was with bliu.
A Vlortlerep 11 misted.
Imi N.roi.ts5, I. id., August 8. At
lluckvillc, Intl., to-day. Joseph Stout was
hung for the murder of Taylor Dunbar in
November last. He exhibited tbe utmost
Ii nn i. s and composure until the lust. He
did ti"t seem to understand the enormity of
the (b ed. The story of the crime is that
Stout accompanied Dunbar to the latter's
huckster wagon ou bis regular trip from
Darlington, Did., on the 24th of Novem
ber. Stout carrying a gun to do
sonic hunting. He left the wasron and struck
through the woods. After he had gone a
few miles Dunbar followed hi in down the
toad some distance and then went across iu
the direction of Stout. Dunbar did not re
turn, and was found later with his skull
crushed and several bullet holes in bis
body. Stout confessed that be. look his
life for what money be had. Stout rested
well during the night, and arose with pulse
anil temperature about normal. He was
led to the scaffold at 1 p. iu., accompanied
by hi attorneys, who made a final state
ment before the drop fell. The fall broke
his neck, and death ensued immediately.
Iteiuiloii of VelermiN.
Sii:ix;riKi.ii. Mo., Au-tust s. -The re
union of the veterans of the battie of Wil
son 'a creek was inaugurated this morning
by a national salute at the fair grounds
camp, which awoke upwards of 'siO grizzled
survivors of that hitler contest, The tenls
are all tilled and many of the veterans have
been forced to seek accommodations in the
Springfield hotels. There is a very large
attendance of penpe from the entire South
west. The Springfield, Carthage and
Joplin military companies this after
noon engaged in a competitive
drill for a cash prize of fcV"'. At 4 o'clock
the Lyon monument on the public square
was unveiled with appropriate ceremonies,
To-uight there was a competitive brass
band tournament in the public s piare. To
morrow is the big day of the reunion.
Lieut. -Gov. Campbell, Gov. (.lick of Kan
sas, and Gov. Berry of Arkansas are here
and will take part in the exercises on Fri
day, which w ill occur ou the field of thn
battle, which is ten miles distant from here.
A Itlrtl'n Devotion.
Kansas City, Mo., Angust 8. Tho
friends of Hubert Polee, the gambler who
committed suicide here a few days ago. say
that about six years ago the 'wife of tho
dead man was given a mocking-bird, which
In time became very much attached to Mr.
Potee. When the news of her husband's
suicide reached Mrs. Potee in Atchison
it seemed to have very much the same
effect upon the bird as it. had upon her,
The bird apparently mourned with her.
When she prepared to leave Atchison tho
little fellow screeched as if iu pain, so loitd
as to be heard a block away. In this city
the bird refused local, and Hew from room
to room at all I ours until the day when
Potee was buried; then the bird died, hav
ing apparently grieved to death. A taxid
ermist is preparing the bird to be placed
over the grave of Potee,
Iron nnd Nioel Worker.
riiii APKLi'iiu, August 8. The Amal
gamated Iron and Steel Workers' Conven
tion resumed deliberations this morning.
The entire session was occupied with a
number of unimportant resolution. One
of these limited tins time of speech-making.
President Jarrct announced his ap
pointments on the standing committees for
the coming year,
At tho afternoon session President Jarrell
delivered the annual address, which covers
almost all the topics that are expected to
come up for action during the convention.
Jarrett says his reason for declluitig a re
election Is not owing to health, but strictly
on account of private Interests.
Wenlern Null AmiiciImiIoii.
Pitthbcihi, August 8. -The Western
Nail Association met at noon to-day, and
alter a f tilt Interchange of views on tho
condition of trade it was decided lo order
a general resumption of mills for a
period of four weeks from next Mon
day, the l.'tih Inst. Tho suspension of tho
last four weeks has resulted iu greatly di
minishing the stock. Trado Is light," but
Ihe outlook Tor tho fall I encouraging. Tho
card rate remains tinchaogod.
A Mlaalof; HtiAiir.
Chicago, August 8. Portions of the
wreck cast ashore near Grand Haven, Mich
igan, lead to the surmise that the schooner
Nellie and Annie ha bceu lust. Mho was
engaged In the lumber trado, and bad
t rew el Ave person.
Cholera in a Mad-HouseTbe Emperors
of Germany and Austria Meet
Kinc Cetewayo Reported
London, August H. -Thirteen deaths
from cholera occurred at Alexandria yes
terday. 1MIKI Y-TWO DKATIIS.
( Aiitu, August 8. The native officials
here are niticii blamed concerning the con
dition of patients In the mad-house. It
has been tliscoveifld that, despite strenu
ous denials, there have been lu four days
thirty-two death from cholera. The whole
number of deaths was but 270. Tbe Eng
lish doctors mi becoming aware of the con
dition or affairs at tho Institution endeav
ored to remedy it, but tho place was In a
liitby condition, and a number of the bod
ies of ihe victims were lying beside persons
suffering from the dleae.
London, August 8. The British agent
at Pieiennariizli'jrg believe that King
l etewiivo is silll alive and that the re
port of his death was put In circulation for
the purpose of contin sing tho agitation In
fKIKWAVO ANt PARLIAMENT.
LiiS'hon, August 8. Ashley, the Under
Secretary for the colonies, announced In
Hie lloii-e of Commons this afternoon that
th.i government was making efforts to learn
if tbe report win true or false.
Di'Ki.iN, August 8. Poole bas been
committed fisr trial to answer the charge ot
murdering Kinney. Mrs. Kinney was one
of the witnesses at the hearing. She waa
the person referred to by the Crown Solici
tor on the first instance as "a witues ex
pected from America. She corroborated
the evidence of the previous witnesses, who
swore tin y saw Poole and Kinney togother
tlic night the latter was murdered.
KI SSI V.
St. pKTKitncmi, August 8. A small
tin box containing explosive material was
on Tuesdav thrown into the Yerneslnsky
prospect, from a carriage, which was being,
driven along the thoroughfare. The box
exploded immediately. No arrests are yet
Al SI K-HI .NUAItT.
Isciii,, August 8.--The Etcperors of
Germany and Austria arrived here at noon.
The former was met by the latter at Eheu
see, where very cordial greetings were ex
changed. t.EK.1 AMY.
I'.lilil.IN, August 8. Thousands of per
sons are arriving at Erfurt, to patircipate
in i he festival in the celebration ot Martin
Luther's entrv into that town.
StruvioN. Pa., Augusts. The Grand
Lodge of Junior American Protectants ad
journed to meet in setul-annual session
February 7 next al Heading, Pa. Robert
Andreas, of Philadelphia, was appointed
district deputy for tho southern dtstrie.
Win. C. Johnson, the Past Grand Master,
of Philadelphia, delivered an address at
The Work of Ilnratlara.
Chicago, August s. A spi'cbij from
McGregor, Iowa, sat that the safe In the
store of But kman .V. iro, was blown open
by burglars early this morning. Th
lliieves obtained fi.OiKj and made good
AUGUST 7, 1HS3.
1.1 1 Mlaela.
CATTLE Active; 10 higher; export
i Nii'uO .'in; good to choice shipper to M
ltd) To; common to lair f4 HHt 'Jt.
Mugs Light.") 70tuiti 15; mixed packing
W MiiKi 40; heavy packing and shipping
'M(ao 70. Market active and '.tti6i'
CATTLE Export steers JtiOiVaititt; good
to heavy do &," ftoortiOO; light to fair 4 Hfy
5 10; co, union to medium $4 40f4 Si; fair
lo good Colorado l(t5 0; southwest $175
lu l So; grass Texan VI iVpl 70 ; light to
good stockers t i.'ssWt 70; fair to good feed
ers ,;) Ktia 1 'JO; common to choice native
:ows and heifers K5 i'lla'i tin; cllwajrs of
any kind i'l 75fd.'l 00; oouiiiiiw cows and
SHEEP Common, to medium $1 TftO
'A 70; fair to good fTl "MH W; prime
ti J'Vrr4 (id; stockers f :! AVttt 0U ; Texts
fair to good $t! 7.V34 00, and lamb $4 76
I lOGS Active but lower, Llgtil t
gooiijorkcrs ki 4.'irif.'(ti0j mixed packing $1
lai.'i g.'i; butchers K 1 "''' tOcfrkips aud cuit
i) Oi'ial 75.
WIIKAT-Mlguor;! .'closing at (I 03V
Augiisi : tl ol September; HOOri
October; fl 07 November: $1 OliVvear.
CdliN Micher; ft2' August; olirotilV
September :.'n W."1 October; 48 November ;
40 year; 47 Mav.
oAi'-Higher; 27). August; 2ii.V127
September; 2. Vrt-i Vi October; 20.S year,
WKKAT-lllgher; closing at $107
August; tM'li'. September; $1IU
October; rfi III'. November; $1 07 year.
COUN-Iligher; IS' August; 48V
September; isS October; 40 November:
4t'. vear: IT. .May.
OA I limner; SO.1." August; si Sep.
(ember; t!ii', October; 25 'i year; 110 May.
W II EA I' September .fl IX; October $1
'jo'.uil 2'i'. ; November fl 'Jtlabtl 22'ij
December tl 24'aWI il.'1'a .
Col!N August tii'a; September (i2'i;
Octoher tiilVrriW'i ; November 02 S .
i on n try I'rotlnce.
lUTTLIl Creamery sells at UVrsJO
fur choice to fancy, to 21 for scluctlous;
oei In aieil or poor at dairy lutes; dairy
at l.i'ili lor choice to fancy; fair to good
IiIkiIJ; common NodIO, Country paokod
Mow , choice at. Utolu, common fWt.
I.tii.. I'linier and demand brisk at 13
for candled and 12 for choice of eurront
poI'LTKY ( hlekeiis, small $IQ1 25;
fair to good $1 75fm2; cliole.a to fancy largo
2 25; spiiiu ducks $2 'AVrfJ 75: old
chickens -cock fi(M 2f; mixed fJ 4M
Jl Oil; hens fcl 75: spring ducks U 60(2 75,
market quiet and easy.
Ltvmii'ooi,. Country market quiet.
Weather In England rvet. No. i spring aud
red winter wheat to arrive advanced (id.
Spot wheat tinner; No. 3 spring wheat 9it
No, 3 spring imnn In market, Western
winter t id. California advanced Id. Mix
ed 'western oorn stroag at 6s 4 Hp. Demand
from United kingdom and CouUuonl mod
erate for wheal aud fuJr for con.
That Brown's Iron 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
nerves.enriches the blood.
Overcomes weakness, wake
fulncss.and Kick of energy
Keeps off all chills, fevers,
and other malarial poison.
Will infuse with new life
the weakest invalid.
37 Walkrr St., Faliimnre, Pec. iSSi.
Kor six years I have been a great
ftufferur 1'rnin Hlootl Ilisease, Dys
pepsia,., nil Consiip.ition.anilhccama
iu dclulit.iicj ili.u could not retain
nnythiin; on my stomach, in fact,
life had almost hecome a burden.
Finally, when h"pa hail almost left
me, my husband seeing IIxown'S
Ikon ttiTTKKS advertised in th
paper, induced me tnive it a trial.
I am now t.ikii j the third bottle
and have nut fdt so well In six
yean an I d j at the present time.
Mt. L. i'. OitiFFi.
Brown's Iron Bitters
will have a better tonic
effect upon any one who
needs "bracing up," than
any medicine made.
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Rlcbvut CihIi Pilrn PhIi for Wbaf.
PRoriUETOR or ernoATB patknt
WholGHnle Doalor In loo.
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PACKED FOR PlIIPPINO
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