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M hn inoht powerful AitiHi)tio
WILL PRKVENT THK CHOLERA.
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which la n"W dt-vartat-i
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vanr.iriK on lln m ior.
of death rapidly to a '(in
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dumping. niihfilihjr lt
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whu-b thu I'-.-nt iinii'di-ntMi:r ie applli a'lle.
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PHYSICIAN tfe suur.K(x.
Kpecial attention paid to the II imer pathlc tr'-at-mini
of furtfic.al dienn':a. and 0'.i,ea.-s of wonien
and hi dr.-a.
"hMCK-fin Uth tn-e'. oppi Kite t!ie Vn
office, ( a;ro, III
J. E. STUONO,
128 r,iiniiiprinl Ave, Cairo, 111.
VAI'OIt, KUCTKO-VAI'UU axu MBIJICATED
adtnln "tcrtd dai!y.
A lady In alteiidauce,
CONSULT ATI ON FKHK.
J-JK W. C. JOCLLV.N,
I) K N V 1ST.
yhKK K-K'gtith hiieet, r.fnr f'omi cr. n: Atn'ie
jy. K W. WHITLOCK,
Ornui No. 136 Commerrlal Avenin, b-itneeli
KpH'i and Ninth Htrt
T-f ' " r, t- .s sn -5i5 1
Shop on flajllday Aventu1, lietween r'ntirlU and
hlilh Mrceta, Cairo, lillnola.
IWAll kind" r ( lilit and heavy h'irkmiilthini:,
waon and carriage work untie liitne i-io-t woik
matillku manner. II 're -hociin; n apiitinl'y iitid
ME I tUII ANTS.
m;Zr Cairo, Illinois.
DRY WOODS and NOTIONS,
a full lino of all llm Intent. Hewed colon
and quality, and 'iet in ami fact u re.
JAItriO T DKl'Alfl'MKN V.
Ilnily ltiilii In, 'f linHlrieii, Ii.ctnilif, Oil
Clot ho, A itc.
ithing and Gents'
Thin Department nccnplna a full llimr nml
In cninplciu In all reapeeia. 4oda arn
enarantuud ol lalent mylo and lioat ma
tonal. Bottom Prices and First-clUHH (iootlnl
.Mtimfsr.tiitur and Dunlcr In
Uth Strcc-i, batwtioD Com'l Avu. null I.evoo.
CHOICE BOUINO A SPECIALTY
AM. KINDS OP AMUNiriON.
Hittt ltfDilrtd. AH Klnrlaol Kiwa Made
FROM FAR AND NEAR.
The President'! Parry Roughing
in the Wilderness.
Trying to Make a Bargain With the In
diansA South American Presi
dent Visiting Washington
A Chapter of Acoi
Camp ox Di.nwiduik Lakk, t! Salt
Lakfl City, .Vticini 11. -Tim Prealdeut'i
l'rtjr alarted from BufTalo lake afUT broak
fast yPhU-rdny iiiorniDK, bavi-.g feial
ed on trout and many kind ol
game procured by the Indiana. Tbej
reached here at 4 o'clock lu the after
uoon. The trail waa alonir the flaiiki ol
the nioiintalii, and tb President repeatedlj
expremed hi adrnlrntion of th tnajraty of
the srenery. hecirtary Lincoln remain) tern
porjinJy at Furl Wahakio to prw thn land
crheiiie upon the Indiana. Tb eanip ul
Kuffalo Lake has been named ''Kolliua, "
in eoinpliitient to thit New York nurro;a:e
for hi liorxiitnanahlp during the inarcb.
Mir.KiriA.v's uu port.
CiiH Aiio, Auiftit 11. Col. Sberidan'i
ofticlal report contirrca the, report of tli
conference between the I'ltaidcutial pari j
and Ibe Indian regarding their traufcr tc
the War department. Senator Ver.t, mem
ber vf the Senate committee, had an inter
view with Waahakie, of the Shoabones, and
Wack f.'ote, of the Arapahoe, about fivf
o'clock, there being present a hirge body ol
Indiana from hotb triben. The Seiulor'i
it)iiiire were directed principally aa to
whether the Indians would accept tenure in
aeveralty iiiKlead of tenure in common, us
now held by them. Hn urce them lo
lake Ibeir lands, WO acrea to e:irh head ol
fimily and eighty acrei to unmarried Indi
ans. They have ,.,J.0(K) acres m tbis re
ferral ion and about 1(00 Indians, both
tribea included, and under tenure In sev
eralty JifiO.OOiJ interejit upon Ivonds of these
landn old to the povernment. All the
chieft secrned against tenure in severalty.
I be iDdlnnapoll Baaka.
Indianapolis, August 11. The first
National Hank opened tbis morning at the
usual bonr, and La paid out money on
muall cheeks, but has not catthed any large
drafts. It is stated tbey will be able to
honor all demands by Monday. The In
diuu Ranking company is still closed.
Tbe following notice wvs posted on the
door this mornini,': "Tbis bank will not
open to-day. A full examination in the
situation will be made and the dctermlna
tlou iwrived at w iti be annound on Mon
day." It 1 geueraJly conceded that with
tbe asasUi of the bank and tbe personal re
sponsibility of the Individual member of
the tirm there will be aufSdent to coer a! 1
liabilities and prevent loas to tbe deposi
tor!. AM EXriJLNATIOSJ.
Indianapolis, Aujrtiat 11. Tbe sus
pended bank of this city is the Iudiana
Banking company, a private corporation,
and ant ttie Indiana National liank. 1 be
la'.ter b In no wise, afferti-d. f
Wasiiingto.s. August 11. Prcaidenl
Marco a Soto of Honduras, with Senois
Ilawon Hoi and J. .1. Palma, and Mr. T.
U. Lombard, Honduras Consul at New
York, have arrived in tbe city from New
York. Tbey were met at the depot by
Cxmimodore Stevens and Chief Clerk Hogg
of the Navy cVpartmctit, who escorted the
distinguished vMtrirs to the hotid. Hon.
John I)nvis, actin; secretary of state, and
Levalton Hrown, chief ckrk of the depart
ment of slat1, paid their respects immedi
ately after the arrival of the visitors, and
arranged a program, which consmted ol
brW visits to the State, War and NaTy de
partments, the executive mansion and tbe
Capitol, after w hich the party proceeded to
the Naval arsenal, where they omharked
for a trip to Mount Vernon. Tbe President
left by the evening train for Chicago,
whence he departs for San Francisco.
ltosrott, August II. The cheerful infor
mation was spread tbis evening en Beacon
Hill that John Sullivan, the champion of all
the champions, had signed the pledge for
one year, or In other words bad sworn off
for that length of time. He had, It is said,
promlaed his w Ife and mother not to drink
before or behind his magnificent bar In
V ashlngton street, and upon that promise
lie signed the pledge as aforesaid. Sport
ing society is struck with amazement over
Sullivan's conduct in this matter, as it was
confidently predicted that after his battle
with Slade in the Madiaou Square Garden
lu New York, hetwould start out upon one
of his most terrific attempts to knock out all
tbe champagne in Boston.
A Train Wrecked.
F.aston, Pa., August 11.-Forty coal
cars of a train on the New York Central
railroad were thrown from the track at Phil
llpsbtirg, N. .1., depot this morning. Four
ecu were wrecked and the contents were
scattered along the track for a distance of
several hundred yards, The Hacks were
blockaded several hour. A brakeman
was slightly injured.
Pllil.ADKl.lMiH. August 11. The suspen
sion of W. II. Miller & Co., stockbrokers,
Is nntiotinced. Tbe tlrm was long of sev
eral slocks, among them the New Jersey
Central, and the Buffalo, New York and
lillailelihl. Several hundred shares for
llielr account were sold to-day under the
rule ut tlic Stuck Kxcliange.
linn It Stnleinenl.
Nkw YottK, August II. Loans, Increase,
SftO.iiUO; specie, Increase, 1HI,"00; legal
tenders, Inerense, Jli.TiOO; deposits, In
crease, Jl,,Wi,iii0; circulation, Increase,
HIW.100; reserve, decrease, ifcST.oW. Tho
luniks now hold 4ii:iil.6.Vi in excess of their
An Iowa Pollllcliiii Head. '
DAVKNroKT, Iowa. August 11. flon.
John W, Thompson, Mayor of Iavenport,
died this timmlng, iitfed Hi) years. He
served hi both houses of the Iowa fienrral
Assembly, and was delegate to the llepiib
li'itn National Convention of 1W1 and
The flievelaiid ualom lloaaa.
Washinuton, August II. Tho contract
for eoinpli'tlng the work mi the heating ap
paratus of the Cleveland custom house lias
been awarded to Bartlett, II ay ward & Ca.,
of tt.iltliiiiiH, nUl.lW.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, SUNDAY
Bt'f f ai.o, August 11. Thw eighteenth
annual trotting raeeliug was brought to I
close this morning, Mourao Chief winning
tbe fourth heat and race, of tbe 2:18 clasi
without much effort. San'a Clans was re
ported off and did not start. After elu'bt
Ineffectual attempts the boraes were given
tbe word. Adele Gould waa In training,
tbe balance were well up and stayed well
together until reaching the back stretch,
w here J. B. Thomas forged ahead and led
for a ((Darter mile. Coining home Monroe
Chief took tbe lead and won handily by two
lengths In 2:19. Funny Wilberspoou and
Director were withdrawn. Time, 2:11),
S:1!)V, 2:21, 2:1!).
Saratoga, August 11. First race,
one mile, Wapakoueta first, Boatman,
acorn; AII-IIands-Around, third. Time
Second race one mile and a balf, Drake
Carter, first; Barnes, second; Tennyson,
third. Time 2:30.
Third race one- mile, 500 yards, Col.
Sprairue, first; Fellowplay, second; Buc
caneer, third. Time, 2:14.
Fourth irace tivo furlongs, Voltalr,
Itf"0- Married lu 1S0. '
Downsvili.k, N. Y., August 11. rttet
ogart and liii wife of t h its village are
doubtless the oldest married couple In thli
stkte, if not in the 1 'tilon. They were mar
ried in 1808, aud bave lived bapplly to
gether ever since. They lack but a few
months each of being !Hi years old. A sis
ter of Mr. Bogart lives with tbem. She is
nearly T'J and remembers ber brother'i
marriage over seventy-five years ago. At
tho recent celebration of the seventy-Hit)
anniversary of their wedding there wen
present descendants of the venerable coupl
to tbe fifth generation. Mm. Bogart's old
est living child, a daughter aged 73, lives I
mile from the homotead and is out oi
health. Mrs. Bo-art walks to her house
dally to see ber. A few weeks ago Auul
Polly. of Pea.se Eddy, died at the age of Wi.
Cook St. John,.of WaTton, lied to be 103.
WoKTHiNdTON, Minn., August 11.
Secretary Folger is here taking his vacation
and looking afUsr bis laud interest. He ii
very sociable and easily approached and
chats Informally on tbe topics of tbo day.
Kegardlng tbo business situation Mr. Fol
ger says the country is Id a conservative
mood and nioviog along in a course of pros
perity. He conskleig the commercial and
financial condition satisfactory In spite ol
the prevalent dullness in Wall street and
among shoe and leather people of New Eng
land. These be regards as purely local.
Tbre Mco Killed by a Train.
Pittsburg, August 11. Shortly 'befor
midnight laat night throe men named Owea
Dorris, John Kerwi and James Cannot
were walking on tbe Baltimore and Ohio
railroad track near Demlar station, and
stepping aside to allow a freight train to
pass, were gTound under the wheels by tbe
0 press, coming in tbe opposite direction,
liorris and KerwlM were instantly killed,
their bodies being horribly mangled. Can
uon, who waa mutilated beyond recogni
tion, lived several houra but died tht morn
ing. An lllopemeut.
Bki.i.kvillk, August 11. Matilda Me
Wharta registered at tbe Hinckley House
several days ago from CollUisvillc, III.
Cbas. L. (ieorge, an insurance agent ol
O'Fallon, called on her Thursday, and
aftr paying her bill they departed.
His wife afterwards appeared and said that
the woman was not bis sister, as represent
ed. It is supposed to be an elope me nl
Lumber Burned .
Mlskkoon, Mich., August 11. Earl)
yesterday morning 200,000 feet of lumber of
the PcnuiHiilar Manufacturing company at
North Muskegon, wa.s burned, also the
company's factory and dry kiln, and fotu
box cars of the Cincinnati and Western
Michigan railroad. Tbe loss Is not com
puted. The lumber company carry $18,OOC
Remarkable Trlryrle Rid.
Moi nt Washington, '. H. Augusl
ll. C. K. Heath, of Cblcopee, Mass.,
rode down Mount Washington this morn
ing from the Summit House to the Geo
House on a tricycle. The distance Is eight
miles and was made in fifty-five minutes.
The previous record on a bicycle over thi
same road was one hour and fifty miuutes.
II 111 Iuveatlaratlns; Committer.
Washington, August 11.- Hon. John
C. New, who h is gone West, will, while
absent, visit Cblcauo as sub-committee ol
the Hill investigating committee, to take
testimony In regard to the heat
ing apparatus furnished by Bartlett,
Hawley A Co. for the government building
Nmall-Poa Aauouic Ine. Indiana
Di'Li'Tii, August 11. A. McGlnnis, an
explorer, Just In from the Itaska country,
reports that sniiill-pox Is making terriuh
ravages among the Indians. They are
entirely without medical aid. In two
towns eighty-five deaths were reported.
KocKFOKt), 111., August ll.Pbyilclani
who attended Wm. Kettewoll, a wcilthj
stock dealer, who died last night, say h If
symptoms clos.My resembled Asiatic
cholera. Much alarm prevails. A council
of physicians is discussing tbe case.
A IJQlll PHNtor.
Roaitn, Ind., August 11. Rev. W.
Winans, a county preacher, committed
suicide with strychnine on exposure bring
made of Hie fact that he had too Inti
mate relations with this daughter of i
Trying to 4'ouaproinlac..
Sioux CITY, la., August 11. A meeting
of creditors of Cottcrell Bros., agricultu
ral Implements, baa been called for Monday
to consider an offer of fifty cents on the
dollar. Liabilities, W0,0O0.
Twelve Hen Dead In a Tunnel.
Roiikman, Men., August 11. The con
ductor of the passenger train which came In
last night reporis twelve men killed In Doze
man tunnel, yesterday; no particulars.
I)amasrd by I'lro.
PitrLAPHLPUiA, August 11. The woolen
good manufactory of Robert Wild & Son,
Mana Yunk, , was damaged by firs this
morning to tbo extent ot $10,000,
Wasiiixoton, August 11. Tito Hon.
Walter Evans, Corauiiaslonor ot Internal
Revenue, has returned from LouUvtlle and
jfj st, his, pflte to-daj.
MORNING. A IJGUST 1 2l
THE STRIKE CONTINUES.
The Strikers Jubilant and Confident of Suo
cess-The Western Union Also
More Wires Reported Cut,
Naw York, August 11. Superintendent
(Turnstone of tbo Western Union reported
;hls morning that fifteen wires wero cut or
nterrupted on tho Southern circuits, prin
tlpally to Washington and Philadelphia. I n
lersey Meadows, between Jersey City and
.ho cur shops on the Western routes all tho
imerlcan Union and Mutual I'nlnn wires,
the number of eighteen, and five Hud
.on river wires, bave been cut. In this
ily, Just south of Manhattanvllle, at va
lotis points on the KasUirn circuit, thirty
hree wires wero cut, also in the vicinity of
Manhattanvllle. A largo force of linemen
srore sent out to repair the damage.
Some delay was caused, but busl
ines was sent by ottier routes
intil tbe circuits could bo completed.
The Interruptions to these wires occurred
short ly after 1 o'clock this morning, at
iboi't the same tiin-;. showing that the ac
tion was a concerted one on tho part of tho
sutlers. Little Inconvenience was exp ri
mced, as' business at that hour was pretty
sell cleared up. Dispatches from the Wrt
itatc that the Fort Wayne route was cut
last night In the vicinity of Chicago, and
that seven routes of St. Louis have been in
terrupted. There is no apparent change in the con
iltion of affairs at the Western I'niou oiliee
to-day, and tho strikers seem to be still
Srm in their position. The rumor tb.it
there is any indication of general weakness
on the part of the stri' ers is Indisnautly
denied, and the men who have reiurneit to
;he employ of tbe eonipyny are said to ji; of
in Inferior grade.
AT THK WK.S1KRN UNION. ' '
Nkw York. August 11. -At the West
rn I'nlon oftlce It was siid this morning
that two more men had returned since la-t
night, and others were expected to apply
From Superintendent Trabue, at Nash
ville, the following dispatch was received
ibis morning: '"One striker returned to
Macon, (ia. , yesterday, completing the full
force there. All the strikers, seven in
aumber, applied to return to work yester
'Jay. We have but two vacancies and but
two applicants have been accepted,
leaving three first-class and two se
ond-class men wanting employment.
Business Is moving promptly to all points
South. Three operators returned at Nor
folk, Va., yesterday, and Superintendent
Tree of Richmond, says that in his district
the strikers openly admit their defeat. Tho
id vices received from other poinU alo
iceni to indicate that the men are losing
courage mid are willing lo return to work
it any time. At noon a dispatch was
received at the Western Union office, stat
ing lhat nine first-class operators returned
to work in Buffalo to-day, and as many who
ipplied were rejected. Two were taken
hack at Rochester.
A I St. I.oulM.
St. Lou is. Align- 11. The feeling
imong the striking Telegraphers this morn-
nine was one of extreme hilarity, occa
iioned by the reports that the strike on the
various railroads had resulted fully up
to their expectations and much beyond the
calculations of railroad dllicials. It is
liaiineil that tbe results achieved fully
Histify the wisdom of the plans laid out
by the Brotherhood to have the roads
jo out one after another Instead of all at
The story lhat tho new operator In
Fredericktown, Mo. bad been threat
ened, is denied not only by citizens, but
slso by the operator himself. This morn
ing advices from along the Iron Moun
tain liue represent tbe strike
to be more general than
the road's ollicials have estimated.
While the oflicials of Gould's Texas
road declare Hie strike a failure the opera
tors claim that 2.12 out of 2'0 railroad men
have Joined the strike. Great complaint is
being made In business circles that the
lelegraph service is Inadequate, and de
mands are made for an Improvement, as the
cotton and general business season has now
Pittsburg, Pa., August 11. The strike
Df the Pan Handle railroad telegraphers,
Inaugurated last evening, Is over. All the
aperators who left their instruments last
fveiiing have returned to work. The com.
pany is reinstating them with the under
(landing that they leave the Brotherhood.
Tbe ollicials of the Brotherhood pronuunco
the telegram ordering the Pan Handle oper
ators nut bogus. The Fort Wayne tele
gr.ithers are still working aud those In
position to know say that tho strike will
not be ordered. Fifteen Kastern wires of
the Western I'nlon wero cut last night and
fifteen more rendered useless by connect
ing with tine wire. This cunning trick was
the work of an expert.
A I Chicago.
Ci!tr.uio, August 11. The report that
:ivo telegraph strikers had returned to tlm
I). & ). office Is false. The strikers' meet
Ing was tho most enthusiastic- yet held.
The estem Union Is handling press mut
ter with remarkable celerity, and say all
their wives are in good shapo. There are
fewer complaints than before of delay on
.Himmercliil messages, probably from the
fad that volume of this class of biisln ns has
eeii reduced to a minimum by uncertainty
in the part of senders as to tiio ability of
the company to transmit.
Washington, August. II. since the
beginning of the, strike but one man has
returned to work, a week ago. The strik
?is keep up a firm front nml the wildest,
rumors nro circulated bv the Western
Union officials to break the ranks nf the
ilrlkers. Yesterday upon tho positive as.
icrtlon of a Western Union official il wits
announced that two men had returned lo
sork. Later the story was found to be
At lliifiallo, !. Y.
Buffalo, N. Y., August 11. -Three
nen returned to work hero this morning,
naklng five In all, Tho other strikers re
main firm. These five deserters were not
sxpected to stay out over a week, being
rery week-knecd. The dtsaffectud elc
iienti are about weeded out now mid the
ilrlkers thereby benefitted. All feel eontt
tubt ot success.
Baltimork, August II. Ofllolal of the
Baltimore and Ohio Telegraph company
eport tbo situation unchanged as well as
Din Riotherhaod. They rliinlaim poel
lively any knowledge of any committee
of telegraphers having been tent for u re-
The Spanish Troubles not Settled Thi
Nile Rising German Interests
Other News by Cable.
Gibraltar, August II. Civil officials
of the .-Spanish town of Algelras, on the
wc-t side of the Bay, and six miles from
Cihrullar, caiim into the latter place lasl
eveuin? ami remained there during the
night, as they feared a revolt lu town.
M:ii",ialluw was proclaimed at Algelrai
London, August II. The Madrid cor
n spoudi'iil of the Post says thai the out
break in Spain is tbe result of a scheme
which Ku:. Zorrlila has been planning tol
Hie last six years.
A SURRKNDKK OK ARMS.
Ma mud. August II. One hundred ol
the men who participated In the revolt al
.odeurgel bave returned from Andhrra,
whither they fled. Fifty have surrenderee!
tle'lr arms. The remainder, however, de
murred to yielding them up to civilians,
but negotiations for their surrender are
AN OFFICIAL DISPATCH.
Bkhi.in, August 11. An official dis
patch from aii lldefotiso says the insurrec
tion in Spain Is entirely ended. A part of
th" lled'Mirgcl Insurgents have entered
France nnd the remainder have surrendered
tiith crown authority. Complete tran
quility prevails throughout the peninsula.
Alexandria, August 11. English doc
tors now here ho have bad experience la
India with epidemics report that the dis
ease now prevailing in Kgypt is of a dis
tinctly different character from Aslatit
There were twenty-two deaths from chol
era here yesterday.
TUE RIVF.R NII.K.
Al exandkia, August 11. The Nife con
tinues to rise. Great damage has already
been done to the crops in the vicinity ol
A-sioul. Tho harvest will be destroyed
unb-ss measures are taken to prevent tbi
approach of tbe water.
Bk.i.'I.in. August 11. Tbe Austrian
German and Turkish government are en
gaged In negotiations for the complete an
ni'viiion of Bosnia and Herzegovina by
Wikthadkn, Auntist 1 1 . At an electloe
)ut held here for a vacant seat in tbe
itcichstag, a candidate of the Progreultl
party was returned by a large majority.
Pits i ii, August 11. Tbe riotous demon
strath against the Jews here, which be
gan hy an attack on tho bouse In which
Joseph Scharf , one of the defendants In the
Nyiicgyba.a trial had taken refuge, was re
sumed last evening. Police were compelled
lo nre ami charge upon tho mob, several of
whom were wounded.
The Indian Tronble.
Wisiungto.m, August 11. A dfspatea
receiM ij rroni the imlisu officers announce!
the ( reek Indian troubles settled In a man
nor satisfactory all parties and peace bene
forth is assured.
AUGUST 11, 18S3.
CATTLE Duller; 0 lower; exporti
."i N.Vnii .": :'ooil to choice shippers $0 35
(a't To; coo n ,i to fair 40fd5 10.
llniiS-L.glii."i &0at) UO; mixed packing
U '."a.'i '; heavy packing and shipping
K 2.Vmi tin. Market slow aud want
CATTLE Export steers $nor51n; good
10 heavy do Ki oOi'mi UU; light to fair UiQCd
ft ikj; common to medium VI 4074 85; fair
to good Colorado $-l(a)o ')0; southwest $3 75
ttlKi; grass T'exaus $.'1 2.VW "5; light to
good stoekers l ,')0(a)3 7.i; fair to good teed
ers f;l s.'xVj4 20- common to choice native
:ows anil heifers fll 76fa4 3&; scallawags of
any kind pi 4.Vrf3 00; common cowt and
cr e ;j )(,t l.'i.
. 1 ;. I. P Common to medium Jl 75iri
11 ' ; i ll- to good .WKNr4no; prime
H -.0 4 ;;i- stucker.s f22xM00; Tcxaiii
(2 i'5(ao 1MJ.
WHEA I'-Lowerj closing at $1 02
August; tl u;i Va V September; SI 05 S
tol oi'i October; $1 oij., November; jl 0i
CORN Inver; MS' August; 50
Sepieinher; 40kj' October; 4!) November;
4Hl. i ear.
o Is -Lower; 2(1 V August; 25?i Sep
tcioer; 2(1 V October; 25V year; 2!)V
liii.iS-Llght to good yorkers S'lSlVrfS;
i' iiiamin to choice packing; $5 To(d: 85 and
for butchers to extra y 40(rfJ 00; skips and
culls tl 7.'i(rf."i0().
WIlllAT'-UnseUlcd; closing at Jl 0H
August; $1 OSS September; $111
Oeloiier; fl November; $1 05 S year.
CtHlN-Lower; Mi'i August; ti
Seiteiiilier; W 'ff 47 October; 44 Novem
ber; -ll'i vear; 1 1 ' Ma v.
OATS -Lower; 24 S August; 24V Sep
teinlicr; 25 '' October; 21 year; 20 S May.
Willi 'l'-SeiteillberM ISV1 18V; Oo
toiler 1I20S; November $1 22V; Decem
ber tl '.'I'..
( i I!N- August (IIV'(J(I2; September
UK; October lit Will ; November (jl.V;
Di ceinlit r 00 b.
BUTTER Creamery sells at Wtp$
for choice, to fatH'v, to 21 for selections;
seconds at dairy rates; dalrv
al I.Yir l" for choice in fancv; fair to good
l(.rrl2: cniiiinon H'd)0, Country packed
slow, choice at, tl(rt)li), common Md',,
I'oUl.TltY-Sprlng Chickens, small and
scrubby iflftf I 25; fair to good $1 5iKo) 7,"i;
eholci $2, and fanev large $2 25. Obi
eh ckeiis-cocks t2 7.Vert; mixed $1 1ft
(ft' 25; hens $J 40t;i 50;sprlng ducks $2 ftO
IIV. I L
EGGS Firm, wl.h a strong nnwurdten
doney, mid In brisk demand at lile for good
marks of shippers' count; doubtful and in
ferior stock, according to quality.
Coun'ry market strong. Weather la
England unsettled, lied winter wheat oft
coast nml No. 2 spring and California to
arrive advanced Oil. Red winter wheat la
arrive advanced ltd. Mixed American
corn lo arrive advanced (Id. Spot wheat
quiet but steady. Mixed wminrn corn
unlet. Wheat and corn demand from Unl-
to vigorously push a business,
strength to study a profession,
strength to regulate a household,
strength to do a day's labor with
out physical pain, All this repre
sents what Is wanted, In the often
heard expression, "Oh I I wish I
had the strength!" If you are
broken down, have not energy, or
feel as if life was hardly worth liv
ing, you can be relieved and re
stored to robust health and strength
by taking BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS, which is a true tonic a
medicine universally recommended
for all wasting diseases.
Sot K. Fremont St., Baltimore
During the war I was in
jured in the stomach by a piece
of a shell, and have suffered
fromiteversince. About four
ycarsago it brought on paraly
sis, which kept me in bed six
months, and the best doctors
in the city said I could not
live. I suffered fearfully from
indigestion, and for over two
years could not eat solid food
and for a large portion of the
time was u nable to retai n even
liquid nourishment. I tried
Brown's Iron Bitters andnow
after taking two bottles I am
aide to get up and go around
and am rapidly improving.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is
a complete and sure remedy for
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Malaria,
Weakness and all diseases requir
ing a true, reliable, non-alcoholic
tonic. It enriches the blood, gives
new life to the muscles and tone
to the nerves,
rpUE CITY NATIOinAL bank,
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, $ 10O.O0O!
A General Bankiug- Busiuest
NTERI'IUSE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS HANK.
TliOS. W. IIALL1DAY ,
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAi
Egyptian Flouring Jlills
Blarhest C ash Price Paid for Whmt.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATBNT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
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TACKED FOR SHIPPING
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