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PHYSICIAN' tt SURGEON.
Special attention pildto the ll'itn-( mihk Iri at
mnt of aurijtr.al dieae, and dlaeaaej of women
and chl dn.-ii.
)KHCE-On Mih atreet, oppfite the Pott
office, Cairo, 111
128 OonniUTfial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, ELKCTKO -VAPOlt ami MKIUCATKD
HAT I IS
A lady in attendance.
U. VV. C. JOCKLYN,
L) 1 1 N T 1ST,
OFFICK K'stitU IS'.ri et nerC'Mir.t rr:a: Averon
R. E W. WHITLOCK,
Ornci No. 13S Cornnurcal Avenue, between
ICiiata aud N'lLth Street
MUTUAL All) soeiKTY.
SUBSTITUTE FOR 1,1 VV. INSUR.
WIDOWS' & OJSPIIAX.S'
Mutual Aid Socikty
Orcnntw'dJuIrlUh, 1.177, tinier the t.u va o
Dip tnt.' of IlllnnU. Cotivriulited .hil
9, 1K77, Under Aftol'l'oitijrua.
JAS. S. MccUnKY.
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J. A. UOLU9TINB.
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... Utid Vlce Preldent
W. II. M A KI-AN I , .. .
J. S. PKTHIK f - Mcllcal
THOMAH I.RWIS Secretary
Kl). II, WHITE AllKiit hecretiuy
KXICCUTI VK COMM 1TTK K.
Wm. r, PITCH KU. I,. S. THOMAS,
W.C.JOCKLYN, K. VINCKNT,
WILL T. KKItHLKN.
J. A. GoMatlhv. of (joldtlnu Si Uoaenwaler. whole
alu and retail dry oiid, etc. ; .lua. S. MeCahey,
lumbar cieiiler; Win. K. Pitcher, Kctteriil airent i
Albert Lwl, dealer 111 rt.mr and (train ; L, 8.
Thoma. brlcklHyuri Mnea Phillip, rontraeior
and builder; II A. Chumhley, tirocer; Tim.
Lewi, lecretiiry and attortiey-at law ; S . H.
Marean, Hmmiathlc nhyaielan: II fa tier, of
Harder Hon. roceri H. II . Halnl. atrei" uper
vior; Kd II. While, 't aec. W. . . M . A. Mo
cleiy; .1. W. Spier, lumber and .w-itilll; H. L,
(leriiliton. barber: V.. II. Dietrich, clerk W St. L.
Al'.K. It.; M. Kobler. merchiitit lallor: Jell M,
Clark, dealer In wall paper and wliidow hiide; .1.
K. Hnnllah, conl racior and builder; iM ! Ite'l
burn, or Moro Kedbiirn, clunr iimiiufacliircr;
K. Vincent, dealer In llmu and cement; I. A.
Phelpa, pliolourapher; W.C. .lorelyn, deiiliat; ,S
II. Taber, mrtf. Jewelori.l. II. Hobtnon, J, P. and
notary public; J. . Petri, iihyalelau; II. W.
Hoatwlck, limiranco aenl : K. I'., .lurbue, forvnian
tit. (ia main, and K K. Wnlhmlxu, lumber and
iiv-mlll, or Culro; II. Lelnhton, ciiMhur N.it.
Iliink.Hltmrt, Iowa; Uov. V. A. Wllkeraoii, Prvora
burn, Ky.i J-W. Tarry, pliyelclmi.FulUiii, Ivy,
Mauiifaclurorand Deulor In-
llth Btruoi, bntween Cum'l Avu. and Leveo.
I IAlUO, IILINUIH
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMUNITION.
SafM Baoalrtil, All Kinds ol Kci Mado.
The Wife of Senator Allison Commits
Ian President and Party in the Mountain!
-A Dull Market in New York
C'HiCifiO. Austin 13. A special frtu
Dubuque, Iown, fiaya that the wife of TJ.
H. Senator W. 15. Alllion com milted itiiclda
by drowning hcraelf In the MiHaUalppi river
orne time ilurinp Sunday tilglil. Shn left
home Hhortly after 1 o'clock, informing her
ervant she wa golnj; to one of her near
neighbor Inste.aii, however, taking her
jo(.aamer under her arm, ahe went to the
oppoiilo direction, toward the country,
where ahe haa len accustomed in take al
most dally walk. It was ascertained that
the wandered around in the outskirts of the
city during the afternoon. She waaaeen by
mvcral lx rsona walking rapidly ami p
parently very much excited. Not return
ing by 9 o'clock from the place ahe wan
tupposed to be at an alarm waa given, and
t aeari-h instituted and maintained through
jut the nltrht. Tlila morning her body was
jiw-over d by the outgoing train at 7 o'clock
in he river about a mile below the city,
she had cut up her posamer,
FLACKH SOMK fiTONKH IN IT,
tnd tied tlicru aeeiirely about her neck, and
iben walked deliberately into the river
about thirty-five feet from the bank, laid
Inwn and was drowned where the water
was only two and a half feet'deep. Mra.
Allison w as of a high nervous temperament,
ind during the past two or three yeara has
differed from and been treated for mental
iisi'Hui".. While at the water cure establ
ishment in Western 5e- York in 1SM1, un
Jcr medical treatment, ahc attempted ml
cide In much the same manner, but she
wan rescued. Ire was thj niece and adopt
i daughter of the lute Senator Crimea, of
Iowa, and ha.s been married for ten yer.
she has no children. Senator Alliaon bad
jpened the campaign att'larindn, Saturday,
mil Sunday was in Council Bluffs. A dis
patch was sent htm as soon as her disap
pearance became known, but It was thought
be was not reached until tbls morning. The
(hocking eu-nt has thrown a gloom over the
K IHtIIim-IId Slwka.
Nr.w Yokk, August 13. Much surDrise
and some consternation exists among 'he
bulls of the stock market concerning the
teady decline of the market, which has
)een going on for the pat week. About
.w i week ago stock fell with a thump, but
iicfore tlio day passed the market had re
sovered itself and all the fear was dis
pelled. The average fear of depression at
lhat time on all holders of stock was nearly
l) per rent. Well-known brokers and
banker averred that there waa really no
:ause for fluctuations, a affairs through
jut the country were steady aud money
plentiful. Thi second flurry, as before,
teemed as Inexplicable. On the flist tele
rram being received from Ktirope, asking
.he reason of the depression, one well
known broker cabled back: "Ask us
Lirexcl, Msrgan A Co. said: "Wc :an
rive no other reason for the heavy mar
tet except that there are more sellers than
H. S. F. Stanton, a stock-broker, said
the trouble ran be traced directly to "Jay
Gould, who is endeavoring to obtain con
trol of the Villard stocks, consisting of Or
gon Trans-Continental and Northern l'a
ific railroads and the Oregon SU-am and
Navigation company. These stocks are
laid to represent interest valued at $X0,
O.0o0. The Northern Tacificia preferred,
and New York Central and the St. Taul
itock has not been raided so as to affect
ihelr position. The Northwestern, Lake
shore, I'nlon Taclnc and a few othsrs have
been run Into, caused, it Is said, by orders
"rom the London market at the ofllre of
Flak A Hatch. It was said that the low
prices may have attracted orders from Lon
loo. During the past week the Western
Cnlon has fallen about six point, Northern
Pacific has fallen about ten points, and, in
fact, a shrinkage is noticeable In all real
Camp on Wind Hivkr Range, Wto
minu, via Salt Lake City, August 13.
there are no military laws that recognize
the existence of Sunday. The resident's
party consequently moved on from tho
:atnp near Warm Springs yesterday morn
ng worshipping In Nature'! own church,
nd enjoying the aublimesf scenery In her
rreat domain. At Warm Springs the
:rall diverged from Geueral Sheridan's
route of last year, taking a new
Hue from the mouth of the
lllvlere de Marr almost duo west, up a
iniall creek. The camp, arranged at noon,
is by the creek on the top of Wind liiver
nounlnlns and west nf Union I'ass. The
rlew the travelers had was magnificent.
Thirty miles northwest Is Young's I'cak,
11,700 feet high, and Mount Leldy, 11,770
Vet high, named after the eelebnttrd phys
iologist and government expert, Dr. Leldy,
if Philadelphia. In the foreground the
nowy peaks of the (irand Teton, tho
Mont lll iiics of America, loom up, the.
highest rising to an elevation of 13,(11)1 feet,
the President hits no llmo here to hunt and
Ash. He can only sit and ponder on the
vastnrss of the scenery around him on ev
ery side. Tho camp Is on the apex water
shed of the continent, which ffipplles It
oceans of clear water to millions of the
thirsty, and makes mining possible over
100, 000 square miles. It Is one day des
tined to be the native power of ti ull' in I tod
Hunter and an Attempt M l.jnvhlng,
Ih'iciiiNsos, Kas,, August 13, Tho
idly w is thrown into i turmoil of exclto
nie ut at noon Sunday by the murder of a
baker named Denger hy one Kmerson, alias
l'cxas Hill, At fur as can be learned it was
a cold blooded affair. Threats were freely
made to lynch Immediately afterwards, hut
inch threats wero not attempted until 11
o'clock at night, at which time sixty mask
oil nieti went to the Jail, hammered down
the doors and would have iticcerdcd lu their
undertaking but for the timely arrival of tho
herlff and posse, Although battled In their
first attempt the lynchore (leularo they will
itrlug him up yet. lCrumersou is k.ci edited
with having killed several men during his
lifeline, imd la M jean old.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY
Washington, August 13, "Rosooe
iikllm.' docs not seem to lack iuterest
ii politics of a certain tort, after all,"
aid a shrewd Republican politician to
lay. 'Why not?" asked your correspond
int. "Well, it's plain eiough to me that hit
land is in the so-called revelations of
torsey. That story about tne plot to
louiinnte (iartield In Chicago and about
.he 1 3er to give the nomlna;ion to Conk
ing, which with Roman virtue he declined,
S'as told by Conkllng himself to a friend In
Washington months ago. One of these days
"onkling will burst forth with the 'greatest
iffort of bis life, ' and tell the public what
le knows about the campaign of 1KM) and
.he administration of Garfield. Mark my
prediction! He will do It, and he will ex
irt all his energy to dr.feat the Republi
atn party neat year, unless ho 'an rule
Th Atlanta maze.
Atlanta, (ia., August 13. The loss by
;he Kimball House fire was $000,000 on the
tuilJing and 1A000 on the furniture. On
;be whole amount there Is only $.SU,000 Inn
ttirance. One reason why the owner car
ried so little insurance was because of the
ugh rate charged. The Kimball House
was considered the worst risk In the city.
i rate of 'JW per cent, was charged, while
inordinary central property only 1 per
lent, was charged. The Republic blo:k
ust opposite was insuree at IV percent.,
in addition of being mado because of
.he proximity of the block to the hotel.
Mr. Scoville, the proprietor of the hotel,
pent I'JO.OOO on Improvements and furni
ture when he was preparing for the exposi
;lon, He carried a pollcv of $10,000 on this
up to a year ago, when he declined a re
newal. At the time of the fire he had only
4'orrnptlon In VlrarlBla.
Raltimokk, Md., August 13. Gov.
1 million, a prominent Democrat, of
,his (date, has Issued an address to the
people, strongly attacking I lie last Ihree
Democratic legislatures for extravagant ap
pioprlaiiotiii and the creation of needless
offices. He alludes to troubles created by
"The Oligarchy of liosses," and says that
Jclinquetil oillclils owe the stale nearly
IWJ0.000. He charges that prlnlita for
which the state paid $1,000 a county wis
mblct at ilOO a county; that successive
egislatures were extravagant in their own
xpenses and cave important rights without
:onsideration. He appeals to his own par
.y for reform In the ranks.
The Indiana Bank.
Lawkknckruko, Ind., August 18,
Bank Kxamlncr Hay and a committee of
lepositors are still at work investigating the
tffairs of the City National bank. The
books were found to be correct, and enough
s known to Justify the statement that the
lepositors will be fully paid, though it may
be a month before payment begins. The
rumors of uneasiness at the People's
National bank are declared to be
totally unfounded. The excitement has
The La at Kail Laid. ,
Chicago, August 13. A dispatch from
the chief engineer ot the Northern Pacific
innounces that the last rail on the National
Park line was laid this morning at a point
Sfty and one-fourth miles from Livinc
itone and five and three-fourths miles from
the park's northern boundary. The line
will end here for the prcsnil. speculators
bavi ng obtained possession of the interven
Tig trip of land.
A rw lark Kail or.
Nrw Yokk, August 13. The ftilure of
CecHVard A Co. has Just been announced
at the Stock exchange. The liabilities are
laid to be under M,000.
Tilt: LABOR ('OH MITTF.K
Considering the Question of Law Com
pensation and the Present Strike.
Nkw Yoke, August 13, The sub-coin-mitteeof
the I'nited States Senate com
mittee on Labor and Education began its
tessiuns to-day in the postofikc building.
I'be members present were Senator Blair of
New Hampshire, chairman; George of
Mississippi, l'ugh of Alabama, Call of
Florida, and Aldrich of Rhode Island. The
special subject of the investigation in the
itrikcs and labor movements is the general
object of being to obtain Information which
may be used in securing future legislation
to prevent them. The first witness was
Master Workman John Campbell, of
Pittsburg. He testified that be bad been a
telegraph operator over twenty years, aud
bad been connected with the Knights of
Labor and the Brotherhood of Telegraphers
two years. There were between 18,000 to
lit.ooO telegraphers in the United Slates and
Canada members of the Brotherhood, and
the whole membership was about
a-.'.OOO. The cause of the strike was
a refusal to grant the demand on the
part of the operators for increased
compensation, decrease in hours and extra
compensation for Sunday. Since 1S70 the
lalaries of telegraph operators have been
systematically cut down,
and the object of the strike was to bring
the rale of compensation back to the former
standard. The operators were now paid a
fixed salary per month, the average rate
throughout the country being aiout V4
for commercial operators and $39 per
month for railroad operators. The averago
rate for railroad operators In Pennsylvania
by actual census was $; S5 per month.
The rate of wages for first-cliiss commercial
operators now range from 10 to ts" per
month. Tito salaries in New York C ity
weie higher than those lu the smaller cities
With the exception of New Orleans,
Memphis and Nashville, where the scale of
wages was about equal to that In this city.
The lowest rates for commercial operators
werefrom $.'MVto!Hiun-iiiiiitlirir npi i-iilois
at small way stations. Before the reduc
tion in wages tho rates were from lift to 40
percent, highsrthan at present. In LSTOa
Ural -class operator could make from $00 to
$1'J0 a niontli. These rates extended back
to tho time of beginning of tho war, when
the scale was about as at present for rail
road operators, aud that for commercial
men a little higher.
Campbell recited the history of the strike
since It begun. There was a convention of
tho Brotherhood, he said, held In Chicago
last March, at which a bill of grievances
was drawn up. This was presented to the
different local assemblies of the Brother
hood throughout the United Slatos and
Canidn, who ununimously ratified the ac
tion of the convention, Returns to the
executive board were made about two
months ago, and a committee was Instruct
ed to present the demands of the operators
to the different companies) and they were
also empowered lo arbitrate upon all pro
positions Uaal might saade by tt torn
MORNING, AUGUST 11,
Jutting Wiret-A Lineman Shot At Dr.
McLea,n aids tha Strikers Sensa
tioral Reports Denied.
New York. August 13. The Western
Union compla n that many of their wires
wero cut again Sunday night, the number
tampered with up to midnight, according
;o Mr. Iluinstone, being 101. The strikers
lay that If all the wires had been cut that
lave been so repoi led all the linemen on
itrlko and at ivork could not repair them In
A dispatch was received from Seranton,
Pa., follows: "A lineman was sent
out from hero a short distance nn the
gravel road to repair a break w hich had
located In the woods near by. As he
climbed up the pole a man with a rifle ap
peared and watched the proceedings.
When tho man reached tho top of,tbe pole a
ihot was fired which whizzed close to hl
head, a second shot struck a tree close by.
while athltd struck a wire md glanced off
and hit the pole. The man speedily re
paired the line and eomnunicatlon was
restored. lie returned here very much
In response to the call Issued by tho Tele
rapher's Brotherhood, inviting the dele
jatcs of the various trade unions of the city
to attend a meeting held Sunday for tho
pui pose of dlsuisslng the situation of the
strike, delegates from about forty-live un
ions wore present. They gave as their
opinion that the strive was a fair means by
which to assert the rights of the telegraph
ers, and counseled the Brotherhood to re
main firm, promising all financial aid
within their power. A committee on
subscriptions was iminted, and the' fol
lowing appeal was piepared for circulation
In ail shops and factories throughout the
city: "Subscriptions are earnestly olicited
in aid of the striking operators and linemen
who are making strenuous efforts to win
their fight against a grasping
monopoly. If you are in sym
pathy with them give them what
aid you can. Their cause is yours, and a
victory for them is a victory for all work.
Ingmen. Signed, John Mitchell, chair
man." The meeting then adjourned,
and a promise of $10,000 within ibc week
was made by the delegates In case the
strikers remain firm.
FACTS POK MKDITATION.
The Western Union company employs a
quarter of all the operators in the country,
and about two-thirds of them are railroad
operators. The American Rapid com
pany only employs about otic-ti flit as
many operators as the Western Union.
The protest of tbe Brotherhood was
against all the companies and all
employers of telegraph operators. The
rate of wages was not considered suffi
cient to live upon, and was much below that
of common day labercrs. In many Instan
ces the companies were able to pay higher
wages to their men without increasing their
rates for service to the public. This was
evident from the large dividends paid by the
Western L'n ion, besides their facilities for
transmitting messages has ift-en Increased
by the Invention of the duplex and quadru
ples Instruments. There has been no re
duction in tariff in consequence of these
Improvenicntsjbut, on the other hand, tho
wages of the operators have been reduced.
The number ot operators had doubled
since 1S70. while the facilities of the com
panics had more than doubled. The West
ern Union in that year handled 7,
000. 000 messages and last year the number
At t. I.onln.
St. Locis. August 1.1. It is asserted
by the I'.'rothcrhood thatthe Western Union
has a number of men supplied with money
who are seeking to tamper with linemen of
the ordr. IJAn expenditure of $10 upon
one lineman with no "(inversion is said to bo
the usual result. Western Union and
Gould slock generally fell off several points
Saturday. "Tbe former fell five points, "
said one of the Btotherhood. The reports
of the line-cutting lu tbe Kast are not be
lleved hy the strikars, nor the story that a
W. U. lineman in Seranton was shot at
while making repairs to a pole.
From Biddeford, Maine. IIou.,I. H.
McLean telegraphed this morning to his
businc-s house, ordering tne. payment of
$100 to the Brotherhood of this city, and
assuring them of his hearty sympathy in
their conflict alth monopoly. This an
nouncement was received at the Llghlslono
Hall mcctii.g with enthusiastic demonstra
tions. Manager Brown, of the Western Union,
when iked for news gavo the old answer
that the office was in fine condition. Tha
strike of railroad operators is said to have
been heavier than was at first supposed,
especially In Texas. Only a few of the of
fices in that state are without operators.
A I Koftton.
Rostov, August 13, Tbe August meet
ing of the Central Trades Sunday afternoon
received a report in favor of Saturday luilf
holidiiy from a committee appointed to con
sider the question. Tbe combination of all
worklngmen on this lssuo was urged.
The telegraphers' strlko was discussed and
the course pursued by various newspapers
in relation to tho strlko was condemned.
Several delegates reported that the Huston
Herald and New York Sun had been
tabooed by their unions. It was
voted that all local societies should
levy an assessment of ten cents
on each member in behalf of the telegraph
ers. A representative of the Stale Board of
Curilers'sald that organization hai' contrib
uted $100 for the same purpose, and the
local assemblies would raise a further
sum. Other contributions were also an
nounced. At Oawra;o.
OHWKno. August 13. Four of the seven
operators who went out on the strike re
lumed to their keys this morning.
i'hf Chautauqua Assembly.
CiiAiruuiiUA, N'. Y. , August 13. Tho
second week of tho assembly opens under
favorable auspices. Tho Rev. Joseph
Cumuilhgs, D. I)., of Chicago, president uf
the Northwestern University, lectured this
morning on "Punishment under Divine
and Human Law," and Prof, RlehanU, of
Chicago, afterwords spoke on "Our Debt
In the Sun." A largo number of the press
representatives here are soon to form
themselves Into a Chautauqua press asso
ciation. rlotialr Hart.
Alton, August 13. About 1 o'clock to
day a heavy spirit level fell from thowlndow
of the carpenter shop of J. U. Slreeper,
which is above his store in upper Alton.
Tho heavy Instrument struck Mis. ijireep
or, who was standing near the front door,
on the bead, fracturing, ber skull. Bar re
cover; Ii Dot expeclod.
Pa ii mon a, Kas,, August 1H. Then
nmpincut to commence at Parsons August
'IM Is attracting unusual attention. Tha
platform at the Parsons meeting Is te be
common ground, on which Gov. Gllck, ex
Gov. Robinson and other prominent license
men are to meet tx-Gov. St. John and
many other noted Prohibitionists to discuss
the nieriu of regulating by license as against
prohibition. The manner in which the
high-llcrnr, Sunday-closing law of Mis
souri Is enforced, compared with the en
forcement of prohibition in Kansas, Is aid
ing somewhat to deli ne the Issue, and tbe
array i.f eminent men who are to enter tho
llsis m Parsons assures a great and Import
ant mertin;:, SeveraJ Eastern dallies have
arranged to send correspondents, so that
the results of this Important discussion may
be laid before the public.
Cholera Alarm in Holland -French Elec
HI' 4 IN.
Lovoov. August 13. -The Times' Mad
rid correspondent says that an order has
been issued by the authorities forbidding
the printing of any news touching tbe In
iurreetionavy movements In Spain, exeept
what Is officially supplied from the Home
office, and cautioning editors of papers to
ar.ia:n from comment tipon current
events. The correspondent adds that the
strictest censorship continues on telegrams.
Lonmdx. August 13. The correspondent
of the Manchester Guardian says that the
chief prelates of the Roman Catholic church
in linrope and America will assemble at the
Yatii-an in November next, as the Pope
desires to consult with them as to the means
of maintaining friendly relations with all tba
AI'NT KO- III NO ART.
Viknna, August 13. The advices iTora
Frohsdorff this morning state that the con
dilion of Count Chambord i.s worse.
AN IMPKKIAL INTERVIEW.
Viknna, August 13. The Kinperor of
Austria and King of Servia will have an In
terview In Hungary next month.
Alexandria, August 13. There, were a
number of deaths hero yesterday from
Cairo. August 13. There were eleven
deaths from cholera here yesterday.
Paris. August 13. The returns thus far
received of the elections for the members of
Council General show tho net Republican
gain to be ii.'!,
The Hu;i k. August 13. The Dutch
government have received telegrams from
Alehin announcing jthat the cholera is
tJrniid 4'hapl4r Jfaaon.
Denvk.ii, August 13. Tho triennial
convocation of General Grand Chapter
Royal Arch Masons opened this morning
under the presidency of A. R. Chapman,
of Boston. Nearly 4O0 delegates are pres
ent. The chapter being exclusively a
business organization, there is no outs.lde
A Pleasur Ntcaaifir Nuak,
Ciiicaoo, August 13. The small pleas
ure steamer Charmer, with a pleasure party
of fourteen no board, sunk Sunday arbrbtofl
South Chicago, but tho paseragers wore all
picked up by the steamer Cupid, which hap
pened to be passing.
Another Hotel I'laah.
PiriLAPEt I'iiia. August 13. The hotel
at Desion, on tbe lino of the Pennsyl
vania railroad, ahmt eight miles from
this city, w is burned to the ground this
morning. ilars not yet ascertained.
Killed on the Rail.
PiTTSHCim. August 13. An unknown
man. apparently a winrkman, was killed on
the railroad near here to-day. An Italian
boy was killed on the R. A O.
AUGUST 13, 1883.
HOGS-LlghtUi 40riJ 00; mhtod packing
$4 oora."! ':, g0ol to choico $4 W 20;
heavy packing and shipping $b 2cVaX 00.
Market slow and weak lOdiVte kwer.
CATTLK Steady; choice ftm 11; Rood
to extra shippers $0 80(i6 !W.
CATTLK Kxport steers $1aa6 ; good
to heavy do f tMifft 90; right to fair $5 OOu
5 40; common to medium $t iVavio 00; fair
to good Colorado Wctfj W; sottthwewt $3 75
fe4S,"i; grass Tcxans $3 IttroM 75 ; light to
good toekors $-1 HMM 7f; fair to good (eod
ers t-'l S.Va I 4'l; common to eh vie native
:oiv and heifers $3 iinji Si; scaJLavrags of
anv kind ;,VoK( 00; common cows and
MIF.KP Common to medium $2 75(3
3.'i0; fair to good $(tOM t)0; prime
$4 loff 1 ;t0; stackers $:! 00 : Texans
fci 7.VM.1 1)0.
CHIC ADO. .
WHK AT Lower; closing at $101
August; $I0'J',' September; $l04i
Oeioiier; n ti,)1. November; $1 01 vear.
CORN Lower; M'i August; 4t rtt9 H
Sept ber: 4ii ' October; 47 November;
4."i vear; 4H'. Mav.
o.TS-l.ower; ''Jos,' August; Sep
(ember; '.'0 October; year; 18 , V
WIIKAT-Lower;eloslngnt$l 08 V Aug
ust ; .tl 07 '.Cad 0,s u. September; $1 IOHojJV
October; 1 l'Jl Novembers f 1 Otj K year.
CORN -Lower; 4(1 V a. August; 40 V a.
Se(itember; 4H.SI October; 43V Novem
ber: 41 i vear; 41 Mav.
OATS -Firm; 24 V' August; !4V Sep
tember; 20 October; 24 S year; 2VMay.
IHJTTKIt-Creamery sells at. WrdiO
for choice tofiincv, to 21 for selections;
s n. Is at dairy rates; dairy
at I'nuli forcholce to fancy; fair to good
I0iwl2: common 8I0. Country packed
Slow, choi it tKijiu, common ofai.
KGOS-Hlglicr, and demand utisupplled;
aaies were at 13sjra)i4c for choliw marks;
doubtful and old stuck much lower.
Pol LTHY-Sprlng chickens, small and
scrubby $lol 2ft; fair to good $1 50(tfl7ft;
clinic.! ,a, and fane? large $2 '). Old
chickens -Cocks r'J 7ft Wl; mixed $3 1ft
(:i 2ft; hens $3 40(d3 &0;sprlng ducks 1 60
Country markets higher. Weather la
England unsettled. Red winter wheat off
toast and No. 2 spring and California to
arrivo advanced Is. Red winter wheat to
arrive advanced 3d. Mixed Amcrlcaa.
coin to arrive advanced (Id. Spot wheat
quiet but firm. Mixed western ' eorn
quiet sifts 6d. Wheat and eorn ileraand
(rout Uullod Kingdom ami CmUmM fait
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 I" 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.
joi N. Fremont St, Baltimore
During the war I was in
jured in the stomach by apiece
of a shell, and have suffered
fromitevcrsince. About four
years ago it brought on paraly
sis, which kept me in bed six
months, and the best doctor!
in the city said I could not
live. I suffered fearfully from
indigestion, and for over two
yeara could not eat solid food
and for a large portion of the
time wasunable to retain even
liquid nourishment. I tried
Brown's Iron Bitters and now
after taking two bottles I am
able to get up and go around
and am rapidly improving.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS it
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,
II E CITY NATIONAL HANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, 81 00,00 Ot
A General Hanking- Business
JNTERPKiSE SAVING DANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
DliLIUS I It
. FLOl'It, GRAIN AND OA)
Egyptian Flouring Mills
HkhMt C&sb Price Paid for Wheat.
PROPRIETOR OF 8PROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesole Dealer in Ioe.
ICF BY THK CAR LOAD OR TON, Will
PACKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Load a Specialty.
Cor.Twelith Street and LeTe
. i 1 2
a . i JN w maw
! s t aw
. hi TJ sB
; 5 v $s Egg
2 So IX 2 rr' sJ
9 J C p 3