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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN
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WILT, PRKVEXT THK CHOLERA.
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by puTrltl.n'loii. wliit It
reprodnci tin It mid
Proposal'- llm iI'iiof
In ever widening elides.
These d a-uii iicner
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air wldi death. Such m
that dread Terror,
which In now dcvastiit
I in! thi: I.asi and ml
fanrltiK on its m sion
of dnaib rapidly towH'do
our tborea O'.tier dn
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crate contusion. Oile"
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AlT'li', Ma iirld1 Finer,
utr , arie fioin cmla
Clii which riimna nl
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be cured oulv hy iop
pine iliu prodif-llou of
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stinting tho alrenly
prcdnred. Iloth this.
re.ul's are ai rornplirvli'd
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tui't ttitli I'lin
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Spare dc noi permii ti- to mine of the use. to
wh'r.h th'e fruit (irlil destrot er in applicable.
Ask your Druyui't for print"! mat'er dvrr ptivt
of I: nsefnlnc-s, or ildr-.
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Manufacturing Cii-rr, Ir t. I'll 1 1. A L K I . I' ti 1 .
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LLLSOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Ckicajro.
Tho Onlv Lino Kuntiirm
Makinu Dikkct Connkction
Tnain Lii Cairo:
M:Of ii in. Mail,
Arrivtn: in S't.LiniiaJ 4.'i a in.; C'liicai;o,h.S() p.m. j
Ct tiLuttine ddtti and Ktl.ntinni for C'lnclu
nail, I ou,.li.e, Ind.anapoha and polMa Eart.
11:1 i it.lii. Ht. I.oniH aitd Wratfrn
Arriving m St. I.ouia 7 :ti.'i p. m., and cnunecttni!
for all points Weet.
li.6tj p.m. Kant I'ixprnH.
FirSt. I.oitlr and fhlcaco. airlvinit at St. Loul(
10.40 p .m., and Chicago T: n.m.
.'I;5() p tn. Ciiu'innnti KiprPHn.
Arriving at Cinr.iLtiatl T:i) a.m.; I.oniivllle t;:r5
a m.; Indianapoliii 4:14 a.m. PannenKer by
ihm train reach the above point la to 3tl
UUl'KS lu advance ol any other route.
VThe3:50 p. m. eipreM htn PULLMAN
M.hBi'IMi CAR Cairo to t'lDclimatl, without
cbanitea, and tbrntiKb alenpera to Kt. H'Otf and
Fast Time TJast.
pDUCPIItrmv h ,hi' ""e (toihronph to Km.
1 a.17icil,l.l t.rn points without any delay
canned by Sunday Intervening!. The Saturday after
noon tralu from Cairo arrive In new York Monday
nornltig at in::l.r. Thirty-nix hour In advance of
n other route,
lKor through ticket and further information,
apply at Illluoi Central Hailroad Depot. Cairo.
J. II. JONKS, Ticket Agent.
A. H. HANSON. Geo. 1W Agent. Chicago
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TUK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATlUli tt CO..
Cor.Ninuteunth treot I Pit iff) til
Cnmmnrclal Av.nm. f 'IIIW !
111. R. RMITII.
Grand Central Store.
OAIKO. - - ILL.
Circuit Jildgo-0. J. linker.
.Circuit (Jlerk-A. II. Irvln.
County Judgo-J. It. kohlnton.
County Clurk-S. J. lliimtn.
Conntj Treaanrer MlUn W. 1'arkur.
Sheriff John Hodge.
Coroner K. Kltngerald
Connty ComtnUnlonnm-T. W. lUUIday, ,1. II.
'Mulcahey and 1'otnr Hatiti.
AFTER TWENTY -TWO
The Grand Reunion of the Survivors
cf Wilson's Creek.
The OfFcial Tourists That BoHton Fail
ure -A Big Rialroad Purchase
-Industrial Affairs Our
M'Iii.sumf.i.k, Mo., AtigtiHt 9. Th r
union of the vi-tcranit of the lialtlo of WiU
aon'ii crei k, ti known hy the Feiler.iU anil
Oak Hill, an alwaya designated) by tin.1 Con
feilc niti'H, which waa fought twenty-two
yearn ago to-morrow, h,i proved n grind
kiieceiiK from every standpoint, and per
hnpntlic niot txteiiBive, iilncern and ilgtil
tlijiint "blue and gray" affair yet underta
ken. Ten Ihoinand at ranger arc in tho
city, and gallant survivori of the aperste
e illfliet in whieli (inn. Lyon lot Ills life aro
here from the nlalei of Iowa, KatikHs, Lou
Uian i, 'I' i xm an I Arkanian. Kvery btibi
m s house in the city i decorated with
blue and gray streamer. C'otifederati
fl.ig fniwlnnd with tho Star and Milprs
are iliplu)'d. An enturprltdng v ndi r of
Itici ti hung out a ttreamer designating th
location of lh
'ni t'g AND r.RAT"
restaurant. iov. Berry, of Arkna,
Senator Walker, of Arkatma, I.ieut.-d'iv.
( alnpliell, of Missouri, Secret iiry of Slate
Woodruff, of Arkansas, tien. W. ('. Klatr,
of KiiisK, Lieut.. (ol. V. H. Mernit,
wlin i:niiiiiiaiiil"d the First Iowa volunteer
l the battle; Secretary of State M' tirath,
Attoiney-fieneral Mclntyre. Hi glstrar Me
Cuiloiigh, V tie Far the (iovernor'a I'rivate
S'-cretary; ex-(iovernor John S. I'helps,
'apt. Alexandei L. sueur, ('apt. Collins,
II irvi v Salmon and .lude Specht of S(.
Louis, are only a few of the distinguished
gentlemen present. The parade of the vet
era "this morning was an im!poiiig affair,
iwcv; hundred grizzled veterans be
ing in line. Iowa benl'd tho
procession, fo lowed by Kare., Louiaiana,
Arkansas, Texas and .Missouri In the! order
named. The Arkansas delegation, K)
strong, wnh(iov. Herry walking In their
midst, carried a bullet-torn (..'mifederate
ft ig and a new Stars and Stripe banner.
The Missiitiriatia carried
A KKIiKRAl, A.M A UNFKDP.RATK FUU
that had seen much servlcx'. Afler the
parade the multitude assembled in the
public sipiare. liov, I'helps delivered a
pleasant welcoming address. I'nlted
States Senator Walker of Arkansas, Private
(illicit, of an Iowa regiment, (Jen. Pearce,
of Texas, and (iov. Berry, of
Arkansas following in stirring addresses.
Letters were read fr'am President Arthur,
1". S. (irant. Major General Schogeld.
Thomas H. Murray, colonel of the Kleventh
Missouri C S. A., who referred to I.yon as
'the Stonewall Ja kson of the Federal
army," Col. ,1. II. (illmore of the Third
Louisiana, ami nearly a hundred others.
The weather h thrtening, but the coun
try people continue t come. Tho re will he
music, fireworks atfl speaking to-nlghl In
the square, and Uie Lyon moiiiunenl will be
unveiled. Twenty thousand people will
visit the battlefield to-morrow.
The I'renjdeutlftl I'srlj.
Fort Washakik, W. T., August n.
Tlie President's party arrived hive this
morning and dimlcd their mule teams.
Intending to take saddle-horses fur the
Yellowstone. All aro in excellent spirit
and the President seems to enjoy thr trip
mure than any one else. On Monday, after
leaving the railroad at Green river, the
party traveled UK) miles to Camp Lord, on
the Sweetwater, where they found an ex
cellent dinner prepared under the direction
of the depot. 'iiarternia.ster. For the last
forry-five miles the road ran through a
country covered with sage-brush,
and hundreds of antclopn
and sage hms and mule rabbit
darting away from tho clattering wheels
called out many exclamations of surprise
from the travelers. Starting from Camp
Lord the President rode with the driver
of the front wagon for the first stare to
Little Papoogle, where the party stopped
to see the operation of gold washing. At
their camp near here Wednesday ulght the
Shoshone and Bannock Indians turned
out to welcome the Great Father, and
dashed around tho party on horseback,
gaily attired, the squaws even displaying
their horsemanship by riding astride in the
usual masculine manner.
'I he ('opelniial Fail I or.
Boston, August . A meeting of the
creditors pf the boot and shoe firm of
( harles W. Copeland A Co. w,i held
I his forenoon, at which the following
statement of the firm' affairs was made:
Direct liabilities $I,1il7.'JO0; contingent
liabilities tti.l4.tRKi; total $2,1(11, WO. Asset.,
cash, machinery, stock and real estate
fc!.V),N00; due front Slaw Bros. !I1.7ikki;
open account and notes receivable tTil.PH);
total Ijl.iiO.'l, 700. A committee of live, In
eluding one frutii New York, was chosen to
examine into their affairs and to ascertain
the best method of settlement, The meet
ing was harmonious throughout.
Pll ifiRt ltii, August !. An extended
itrlke in the Coniiellvllle coke region Is not
imptohablc. The Knighl of Labor have,
lately been organizing the miners in that
district, mill the operator have combined
to oppose them. Last Monday aevernl wlm
were known to he Knights of Labor werit
discharged from Morewood A Mc( Cure's
and the balance refused to work unless
those dismissed were reinstated. This the
operators refused to do, and the works are
now Idle, It Is said that thesnme action
will be taken In nil other large mines.
Kknsimitdn, III., August. II, It.
now said that, the ev. F.mll Karpowskl,
who was reported Wednesday, In have de
camped with several hundred dollar of
Church funds, was murdered. Ills railroad
ticket and ncvcral small articles have been
found In thicket near Pullman,
and there are mark of a sir tingle near hy.
To lln llniiccil.
riTTsiit'ltn, August I), .lames McStenn,
who crushed Ills wife's skull with nn am
on tho night of .June has been
sriiieneed to he hanged on Thursday, Octo
ber 4, next. He received hi death enUn
thi morning without, otuottou.
Reports Favorable to the Strikers No lm
portanl Change in the Situation
Confidence Expressed on
St. Loch, August 9. Information
Just received confirms tho Hiispiclon that
the Brotherhood' letters to members on
the line of tho Iron Mountain road have
been tampered with and a committee was
authoiixed to present the matter to Post
master Hays, It Is claimed that the ac
counts for tho tardiness of returns, a in
formation brought by persons shows that
the strike along the road was of grjatcr
dimensions than previously known. Mr.
Hoag, late operator and agent at Fred
orickitown, Mo., the first to leave hi in
strument, arrived thi morning and con
tinned the report.
"I sea that the It. it O. road admit a
strike on Its Piitsbtirg division, " was re
marked to a member,
"Yes," he replied, "and In a day or
two they will hoar more thunder from the
other divisions, the Baltimore and the
"We knuw that tho W. U. Is still
pinched for hands," auid an operator.
"Proof is to be fo;:nd In the fact that it
is employing anyone whom it can get
regardless of ability or character. One
operator was put to work a few d.iys
ago who was recently relieved at Kan
sas City for Insobriety, and there are
ca-es where the pardons of convict have
been procured thai they might be put to
work. The latest of these was at St. Paul,
Col, Baker, of the Western I'nion, said
that the strike on Uie Iron Mountain road
aas, lr anything, laughable. The railroad
men all say thai the withdrawal of the
Brotherhood operator causei no incon
venience whatever. The story of a iiernhant
on the Chicago and Alton road, a related
to a reporter, does not tally with that state
ment, however, lie said that his train, a
passenger train, was side-tracked at
Kinder station tho other night,
for a freight train, the first time be h id
ever knoivn to such a thing to occur. After
a long wait the train went on as far as Ed
wardsville, where It was compelled to wait
for another train at Wana. Both trains lay
in sight of each other for forty minute, not
Uaring to move until they had received tele
graphic orders. Thi would indicate that
the C. and A. road bad been caused tome
trouble by the strike.
AI .rw York.
Nkw York, August 0. Tbc Western
C'nion Executive Committee met here Wed
nesday. The secretary reported that no
action was taken about the strike, and that
to his knowledge Kckert had the entire con
fidence of the committee.
The order to strike on the Pittsburg divis
ion of the 15. .to. was generally obeyed,
hut four men remaining on duty; many
of the strikers were non-members of
the Brotherhood, and struck
through sympathy. The road has been
enabled to till most of the vacant place by
students and conductor. No delay of pas
senger trains has occurred.
The Panhandle's olheers look for a strike
to be made to-morrow, the movement hav
ing been precipitated hy the action of the
telegiaph superintendent of tho road, who
demanded an Immediate reply from all tho
operators, whether or not they would re
ceive Western I'nion business. The reply
was In the negative, except In two cases. If
the road threatetis them with dismissal for
refii-ing commercial work the entire force
will leave their keys.
There wa no cutting of wires last night,
and the Western Union's business Is going
on smoothly. Tho strikers are still confi
dent of success, and exhibit no Inclination
Weaiern I'nion Proinolloua.
Washington, I. C, Augint A.
Leonard Whitney, for many years manager
of the Western t'tiinn Telegraph company
here, has been promoted to Assistant Su
perintendent, in recognition of the ability
ani the zea! with which he conducted af
fairs In the Washington otlice, and his ar
duous and falihful services during the
J. I. Clarke, the chief operator of the
Philadelphia ciflloe, succeeds Mr. Whitney
WANTS TIM K TO CONSIDKR.
WAsniNtitoN, August . Capt. Whit
ney has resigned the ollice of Manager of
the Western I'nion Telegraph here, and
refuses to accept at once the promotion of
fered him. He desires time to consider
IMIRSiliT TAI.UN AUAI1.
lie Says Uonkling Could Have Been
Nominated at Chicago.
Nkw York, August 0. The Sun has
another Interview with ex-Senator Dorscy.
It I dated from Mr. lorsry' homo at
Mountain Spring, Kanch. New Mexico, on
August 1. After describing the placo and
the surrounding country the report says
that Mr. Dorscy reiterate his charges tint
the nomination of Garfield had been" ar
ranged before the meeting of tho conven
tion at Chicago.
"Was ll true that Conkllng could hare
been nominated f"
"Yes, lr; and that I a part of tho un
written history of that convention, Rnscoo
Conkllng could have been nominated If ho
had raised his finger. Tho whole Grant
vole could have been transferred to hint,
and there were prominent gentlemen
representing states opposed to
Grant who came to mo and to Gen
eral Arthur and promised to go with
us If we would drop (irant and take tin
Conkllng. I myself told Conkllng that his
nomination could be consummated If he
would allow uh to make the combination.
What do you suppose Conkllng said?"
Here the Senator aro so and paced the
veranda. "He said: 'Senator Dorscy I
was sent to this convention by my statu to
secure the nomination of Gen. Grant. I
am here for that, and for that alone. I
slnl! vote for Gen. Grant's nomination, If I
am the only man In tho convention to do It.
1 should he false to my state, to Gen. Grant
and to myself if I allowed anything to be
done that might lead to the defeat of Grant's
nomination. I, therefore, would not ac
cept the nomination from this convention If
It should be tendered unaulmoujly.' That
of course settled It," said Scnotor Dorscy.
A Natwmlll Burned.
Ottawa, Ont., August 9. Oilman's
itenm sawmill noar Hull, Quebec, was
burned Ut nlgbt, Loss $lW,ooo,
The anaU Ho in hen tern llouitnt
ft .ew York NyiMlleai
I Nkw York, Augus.tu.-Tho Post' apo
dal from Montreal says the Southeastern
railroad was purchased to-day from Brad
ley Barlow by a syndicate- composed of
George D. Chapman of the National Con
trucllon company of New Jersey; Ashley
Hibbnrd and Walter Hhanley of Montreal,
and .limes Mitchell of London, Kngland,
for $3, m, 009 cash. This will leave Mr.
Barlow a surplui of about frUJ.OiiO niter
paying off bis liabilities includ
ing l ..WHl.Odi) to the Canadian Pacific road.
This sale is considered a beg "nicher" on
the Canadian Pacific Company, who sup
posed they controlled the Southeastern
road, land cuts off their only connection
with Boston and Atlantic porls. The pur
chasing Syndlt:atci believed to represent
the Grand Trunk and Central Vermont In
terests as Hib'jard has been working against
tho Canadian Pacific all a ong. Chapman Is
here and Mclntyre and Stephen of tho Can
adian Pacific have left for Neiv York to In
The Tariff Commute.
Washington, August 9. The Treasury
department some timo ago appointed a
committee to condder tho effect of tho sev
enth section tariff act of LSKI, as to whether
it is Intended to repeal dulles on all cover
ings . of goods, including the small
boxes that contain them, such as blacking
oreaf boxes, or only to repeal duties on
outside boxes necessary for transportation.
The committee made two reports to the
Treasury department. One recommended
that only the oilier covering should be
exempted from taxation. The other rec
ommended that all covering should be
exempted and that duties be assessed only
on the merchandise. It is probable that
the department will refer the cjuestion to
tho Attorney-General for his decision. The
questions involved are of great Interest to
importers, some favoring tbc boxing of all
coverings, and others confining tho charges
to the goods alone,
The Iron anil Sleel Workers,
Piiii.auki.I'IIIa. August !). At the ses
sion of Dm Amalgamated Iron and steel,
Workers' Convention this morning the bus
iness transacted was entirely of a routine
character. Some resolutions were acted on
in relation to a change of laws governing
the association. A sum of money was
voted towards maintaining the strike at the.
City iron works in Armstrong county,
Penn. A resolution was also concurred In
enjoining the delegates to observe the
strictest secrecy t.iwards the members of
the press in regard to the proceedings of
the convention. Tbc announced bulk of
business will probably protract the conven
tion t .vo weeks or longer,
A Ulsaslrous Stlorm.
Ciiu.'Oio, August il. Specials report a
severe storm in Shelby, Cass and Potta
WatlKinie counties. Iowa, Wednesday
night. The growing crops were leveled to
the ground an considerable damage was
done to other properly . The track of tho
storm was five miles wide. Near Brayton
twenty-two head of cattle were killed, by
being stampeded and rustling down the
embankment al Lorah, and nine freight
cera were blown from lb e track.
The Ohio l.iqunr lrnler.
Toi Klo, Ohio, August St. About one.
hundred and fiftv members of the Ohio
I.hpior Dealers' Protective A-sneiation met
h re to-day in response to a call issued by
President Backus to organize fur the fall
political campaign. In his opening address
the president look occasion to arraign the
H'-publlcati pirty for misdeeds, and bitterly
denounced the Scott law . The sessions of
the convention were private.
Crushed lo Itenln.
Pn rsni KG, Augiit !. While five em
ployes of Hussy, Howe A Co. 's steel manu
facturing establishment were taking stock
In a warehouse ut noon to-day, a rack sup
porting .)isi tons of sleel gave way, burying
t hus. 'simian ami Hubert Shernit. under
the ruiii and slightly injuring the tbreo
others. Osbmati was kiile l instant ly and
Shernitz will probably die.
siliorkliitf Ynrht Accident.
"P.usrov. Augut 9. Yesterday John
Fisher, aged IS, was sailing with two young
ladies at Qinnry, when a squall of wind
struck the sail, and tho buom swinging
itiiUciily around. Fisher undone of the la
dles, named Winifred Butler, were swept
into the water. Fisher was Immediately
drowned, and .Miss Butler died soon ufter
being brought to shore.
Alleiupl to l.jairh ft .tin Merer.
"Tokonto, Out., August 0. When tho
prisoner Andrews was being removed from
tho residence of tho murdered man, Maro
nes, after the Inquest Wednesday night, a
determined effort wa made to lynch blni,
but special guards being on band, with
their assistance the prisoner was coi.t ved
A 'readier' Milelile,
gcKBKC, August 1', When the steam
ship Manitoba, from ( lasjiuw, was coming
up tin-river through tho straits of Belle
jse, the Rev. Mr. Sweet, a Presbyterian
minister, cut his throat ami jumped over
hoard. The boat ptn about ami the body
A t'ntnl Wreck.
Cincinnati, August 9. -The Times-star
special from Canton, Ohio, says that a
freight train on the Cleveland and Lorain
railroad ran off at an open switch, ft miles
miles smith of Massillon. It wrecked the
train and killed Fnglneer Graham and Fire
man Wilson. Others were Injured, but not
Vttf Wftlklnn Hcgatl.
Watkins, N. Y., August O.-IIaiiliin,
Hosiuer and Courtney bavo nlrcady at rived
here and are In daily practice for
the coming rgaitn of August U
and 1ft. Wallace and Kdward ftoss,
.las. A. Tuncyck and others aro expected
A Weavers' Mrlkc.
PltovuiKNCK, August II. The strike at
Woonsockcl company's m III ended In the
weavers returning to theli work this
morning. They waiited twenty cents a cut
and the demand was granted. This
Is an advance of one and a half cents per
Murdered In Her t'nther'a House,
Halifax, August I). A deaf, d timb and
blind colored girl, named Ada Hay aid. was
murdered by unknown parties, In her
father's house, ut Guysboro, Wednesday
Hale In Port.
Chicago, August 9. Tho schooner Nel
lie and Annie, icported lost Wednesday,
arrtvud in port tills morning.
Pksth, August ll, MorlU Sehtrf, the
boy wh i was the principal witness for the
prosecutions In the recent trial of a number
of .lews at Nvringha.a, charged with mur-(lei-iira
girl in order lo procure ber blood
for ritual purposes, and who swore hi saw
the murder committed, has confessed to a
reporter of tho Presther I.loyd that his tes
timony was false.
I HIKTV-'I WO I'KRSONA AKRB9TBD.
Pksth, August U. Thirty-two of the
person who took part in tho riotous dem
onstrations here against Joseph Scbarf, the
failicr of Monlx Suharf, one
of the defendants in the Nyrlnghaza
riot, and other Jews have been arrested.
I'lic rioting continued until 1 o'clock this
morning. The authorities In order to slay
the disorder have been compelled to place a
cordon of troops s round the street
whore the plundering of Jewish houses oc
curred. 1 i
lit'HslAV CORONATION DKCRItlC.
London, August 9. A St. Petersburg
dispatch to the Times says that lht corona
tion derree, granting the liberty of worship
to dissenters, only affects a million of so
called registered dissenters. Tbers are 14,
OiHi.iSH) still unrelieved of their, religious
London, August . A great national
demonstration, which has been arnnged ta
be held on the estate of Parnell, In Wick
low county, Ireland, on Sunday next, has
been suddenly abandoned. It is stated
lli it it was abandoned In consequence of an
intimation from the authorities that the
meeting would be suppressed.
lit l.l lo.V.
The weekly statement of the Bank of
Kngia'id shows a decrease of bullion of
ss.issi, The proportion of the bank re
serve to the liability Is 4ft V per cent.
Prof. William Dundorf, the critic and
philologist, is dead.
WM.i:. August 9. A scientific commis
sion consisting of Professors Palmier!,
(riiiscardi and Aiolora will go to Ischia
In-day to study the Ccauso .of tho recent
earthquake there. ;
Ai.KXANnr.it, August 9. Thero were
twelve deaths from cholera here Wednes
I I'IDVS I'KAXKK.
A Handsome and Wealthy Young Ger
man and a Buxom Negress Married.
Alton. August 9. A decided sensation
was caused yesterday when u small, fair
German appeared In the street supporting
on his arm allegros of large dimensions.
The man was Adam Kicker, the woman was
Mrs. Adam Kicker, nee Lucy Stone. They
had Just been married. The bride Is sever
al years older than Ihc groom, and is a fine
.specimen of negro womanhood, being of a
pure tar shade and tilting the beam at 200
pounds or over. She has resided in Upper
Alton lor several years. Kicker is a small,
fair, light-haired, blue-eyed German, and
possessed of considerable wealth. The
ceremony was performed by Justice
John Kilev. The approaching
nuptials were kept a close secret, and none
but themselves knew a word of it until the
twain were made one. Kicker went overlo
Kdwardsvillo for the llcen.se. The happy
misccgenationists have gone to housekeep
ing at Kicker's residence In the lower part
ol the citv.
Miss Ida Ferguson, the deserted child
wife, went to St. Louis yesterday in search
of her husband. It has been ascertained
that he was bound for thai city when he
quilted Alton, and she has been provided
with money to prosecute her search there.
If she docs cot find the fugitive In Si. Louis
she will reiuni to Alton. Several ladles
here me a tier.
august n. issa.
8T. LOU 1 3.
OATTLK Kxport steers $ft7ftfft90; good
to heavy do fft 'i.Vaft 7ft; light to fair 14 7ft
4 lift; common to medium Vt 4in7i'4 Sj; fair
to good Colorado jstfaift ftti; southwest $.1 75
Wt sft; grass i'exans $it'J.VaM 75; light to
good stoeUers $1 ft0W 7ft; fair to good feed
ers s;i s,Voi4 'JO; common to choice native
:ows and heifers SI 7"xrf4 'Jft; seallawags of
any kind tJ 4')o,'J "ft; common cows and
SIIF.K.P Common, to medium $"i 60f
8(10; lair to good $.'tOU(ri4 00; prime
t luiifl ;!0; stoekers fj 20fa):i 00 j Texana
lalr to good V 7ftrtfl 90, and lambs (4 75
Hi KiS Aclivn and higher. Light to
good yorkcrs $ij 80r'!)ft; nilxnd packing $5
m-ft ftt'i; butchers $ft 4,v") 75; skips and culls
WIIK AT-Lower; closing at $1 02W
August ; I0.IV September; ft Oft
October; tl iii' November; $1 02' year.
CullN'-Lowcr: ftl August; 50
September: ftu October; 4j November;
4ft ear; 47 Mav.
OATS- Lower; 'J7 August; HO Sop
tcuibcr; !!(' October; itl't year.
WIIF.AT -Lower; closing at $1 OH
August; .fl tiN' September; $U0Y
(Holier; si 12'. November; fl Oft'f year.
c'MKN Lower; 47' August; 47W
September; 47 'i October; 4ft November;
41 '. vear; 44 Mav.
OATS-Lower; 2.V August; lifts; Sep.
I bet ; '.'0 October; li.Vs year; 29 May.
WIIK.T-Septemhcrttl 10 'i; October $1
s. ; November fl ."."(( I 23; Decern-
I I. r 2IVI 2ft.
('i)KN -August iklVflXi4; September 1(2 V
frr iig". ; October (12 ' (a02 Si ; November til
Ill' IT Kit Creamery sells at 19(320
for ciniicii to fancy, in 21 for selections;
overheated or poor at dairy rates; dairy
at l.ivrli for choleo lo fancy; fair to good
lowpj; common Mol0. Country packed
slow, choice id lKtolO, common fifai.
F.ggs-Firmer And demand brisk at 12
(i)l:", for choice of current receipt snd
12 tor candled,
POULTRY-! dickens, small $lrdl 2A;
fair to good !fl ft0ot7ft; cholo.i to fancy largo
2 2ft; old chickens-cocks pi 7ftfrH;
mixed . a-l(WM t hens $ 4W4
ftO; 7ft (spring ducks 2 "fim 73. '
I, ivriii'oot,,--Country murkot quiet.
Weather In Kngland Act. No. ii spring and
red winter w heat to arrive advanced Id.
Spol wheat llrrtier; No. 3 spring wbcattMd;
No, ;i spring none In market. Western
winter tc id. California advanoail Id. Mix
ed western corn strong at 5s 5d. Demand
from United Kingdom and Continent mod'
rat for wheat and fair for oorsu
That Prowls Iron Bitters
will cure the worst case
Will insurca hearty appetite
and increased digestion.
Cures general debility, and
gives a new lease of life.
Dispels nervous depression
r 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
Keeps off ;t!l chills, fevers,
and other malarial poison.
Will infuse with new life
the weakest invalid.
37 Walker St,, rialtinior, Pec. iSlr.
Tor six ytar. 1 lt.iv; been a crcal
sutTcrrr frum 111. ml liisc.ise, IJys
pcpsi.i, am lCotisiip.it inn, and became
to uVliilitatiiil tli.a I could not reuin
anything on my stomach, in fact,
. life hiui almost tiixonte a burden.
Finally, when h'pe had almost left
me, my husband seeing IIkown's
Ikon IIiitkks advertised in the
r iper, induced me to give it a trial.
. I am now taking the third bottle
and have ma felt so well in six
years as 1 do at the present time.
Mrs. L. F. OKiFriM,
Brown's Iron Bitters
will have a better tonic
effect upon any one who
needs " bracing up," than
any medicine made,'"
rJiHEClTY NATIONAL IJANlv.
Of Cairo, lllinoiH.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL., 10 0,0 00!
A (iciUTiil Jitiiiking' Uiusinestf
TKOf3 W, II ALL1UAY
JaJNTEUntiSE SAVING HANK.
EXCLUS1VKLY A SAVINGS HANK.
s. ,1 '
FLOl'It, GKAIN AND HAi
Egyptian flouring 31 i I In
RlirbPHt CshL Price Paid tor Wbr-Hf.
PROPRIETOR OF gPKOAT'B PATENT
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WEM
PACKED FOR 8HIPPINO
Oar LondH a Spocialtv.
Cor.Tweltlli Street and JLcTee,
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