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WILL I'KKVENT T1IK C1I0LKRA.
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cln iniily bun produced.
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mid clean, I lui proline-
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U Ikmi used on t'li-crs,
sralija, Hums, F.rii;itlois
and Horns It stay all
I'aiu, einU-ii I Ut: purl
and promotes tin1 rapid
form at urn f h c a 1 1 h y
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by Selcnco '.list mativ
diaL-ae arc Intro'ltned
by putritW-atloii, whlrli
ri;prcnlm; Itself mid
lirnpngatc thu disease
In ever widening circlet.
Tin-no il H'wiii u'cnnr
atn rnntaglon anl fill Hie
Mir with death. Such is
thai dread Terror,
which Ik now iluvastat
lug the hasl aicl iid
varirlng on It' m I PHiim
of ileaih riillly towards
our shore, ('.her Ml.
i'Ui' of th sune mrt
r Illphthei. Typh
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Yellow Pt-vcr. K ry 1 1
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rrtf; cimUiMciti. Other
diseases lever 11 il
A guts Manrlal Fever,
tic , arise from ronta-
Its ex insure in a sirk
room, t'l'dar, (J loin I or
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Kiving II tone and
Clon hu:h cornea of
damniiese.iiiihe.lihy.lt ".' 8 YV "k"r, " """
nation, or nn:l.:ann.M. "" " rc.
All these Dl.caiss ran ;
be cured only hy lop
ping thu production of
uiscase ii rm ai d de
stroying Ui" alrMdy
produced. Ilotli these
resulis ar aixoinill-lo d
hy thu use of 1'iof
Darby's preparation of ,
Horarlc Arid and L'hlo
run.-, known an
Whrri iii-fl an a l.oiltn
It ric.irova all Kre'sMu
aii'l llioirh producing
germs, leaving the skin
fnar. while and t'nn
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It rr uili r-i ml it
roiiim In ("ill-
tint ulth I'll re
Space d' not fu rrrilt m to nuior of llm u-i- to
whuh tlilK irri-it (i"nii 'lfToyi r l aiildkah!.
Ak your Itnu'L'iot for prlnVd mit'ir ilat'ipilf--of
lla usiifnlni -n, or a ldn i
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PHYSICIAN ct SURGKON.
Hp'-clal attuotinn paid In tbi? II utiei at hir tr- at
tntni of nurcical die-mei. and (iea'i-s of women
and rhl dn.-u.
ur'UCE on ll:l ntre.;t, oj.pi : the I'oM
ofllce, Cairo, III
It. J. E. STRONG,
123 CiniiiiTeial Ave , ('air, III.
VAPOR. ELKCTKO VAI'OU nu MEDIC ATKK
A lady In alltinlniire.
co n su M.vr r o fuee.
QH W. C JOCkTy
D KNT 1ST.
OKKK K B ulh Htti-ct nenr I'mti- i-rrial A iHd
R. K W. WHITLOCK,
Urric-B-N'o. IV. Commercial Aveniiu, iiotween
Ksrktiand Ninth Streeu
MUTUAL AM S001KTV.
SUnsTITlTK FOR UKK INSUft
A.NCH ( I'M FAMES.
WIDOWS' & OKPIIAaXS'
Mutual Aid Society,
OrcRnln-iMulv ltth, UI77, tmli-r tlio l.ft.tM o
the 5iMt of IllltioiH. Cotiyri;lit.'l .Itih
!, 1K77, liuli-r Ai'tol Conr. hv
Or Flc 'K.ltrt:
JAS. S. MrfiAII I' V,.,.
.1. II HillUNSDN
J. A. liUI.iiSTINK....
W. H. MAUKAN i
.J. S. I'KTKIK f
ED. II. WHITE
I'n ld, ir
'.'ml Viee I'ri-Kldi nt
Mi iiical Advm-rp
A r i i t it t erretajy
KXKOUTIVK COMM IT I K 11.
Win. F. I'lTCH YM, I,. S. TlloMAS,
W.O.JWKI.YN, K. VINt'KNT,
WILL T. KEMIUKN.
IIOAHl) OK M AXA(i hiltiS:
J. A. (.oldntliH', of Ooldntltn! A Uimetiwuler. wlinlii
sale and rut ail (Irv irund, i-le. ; iIhm. S. Meiiahey,
iumlivr dealur; Win. K. I'lu-lu-r, Kein-ml airent ;
Albert Luwla, dealer in lliinr ami (Main; 1., b.
ThnniA", hrlcklnyori Mooch l'lillllp, coutrHntor
and builder; II. A. I'liuiiibley, Krncer: Thoa.
LrwiH, aecridury and ailonuy al law ; V. II.
Marean, HoiniHpailiie tiliymcliin ; II Sa iter, of
(Sar.dor A Hon. crnci-rx; li. II Halrd, hp-im Kiiper
vtnor; Hd II. White, nan' I fee. W. All. M. A. Mo.
duly; . I. W. Spier, liimlier and hiiw-iiiIH; K. I..
(iernlKon, Imrher: K. H- lHotrlt h, clerk W St I,.
Al'.H. It.; M. Koln.ir. mi icltani tailor; Jeff M .
Clark, dealer in wull-puper nnd window clunk'" ; ,1.
K. KntfllHh, contractor anil builder; WiHT. Iled
biirn, of Mor fc Kedhurn, cinr tiiniiiifaiiiirerii ;
F. Vincent, dealer in lime uml cement; I, A.
rhelpo, pliotoi?rnpher; W, '. Joeelyn, ileiitinl ; S
11. Tuber, mf. jeweler;,!. II. Itiihlimon, ,1, I'.and
notary lilihllc; J. H. l'elrie, iiliyalclan ; II. W.
Hoptwtck, innunincc agent ; K. h. Jnrboe. foreinun
Bt.Oaa main, and K K. Walhrnle, lutulier uiui
aaw-mill, of Cairo; II. LelRhtoti, calnr Nut.
Hank.Htitart, Iowa; Hey, P. A. W'llkeraon, I'rynra
burg, Ky.; J-W. Tarry, ptiywIclnn.KuUon. Ivy,
.Mautifacturtir utul Dculor lu
PISTOLS , ItlFLES
Uth StwK, between Com'l Ato, id U-veo,
CHOKE ROUINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMUNITION.
aXei Ileoalred, All Klndi ol Kuti Madu.
THE BUSINESS OUTLOOK.
Another Heavy Failure in New York.
A General Uueaainiss but Confidence Ex
prensfld tbat There is no Danger
of a Panic General
New Yoiik, Aiiut H. The upen
aion of (ii.-u. Wni. UiiHou waa ninounuej
t noon from the ruslrum of the Stock E
chmiKe. lUllou A to. are lur-a bauken
himI hrokera, wiih hianubca in Hon ton and
eNe where, i One of the ciiuc (jivun for
(lie Uiiiciiloii U that their New England
t'tiNtoiui ri were unable to r'ioul to calU
(r iinuln. Meinbera of the linn Kay
thi-lr sij'-peiiion will only be tempo
It i liclievi-d ttif firm h.id money tied up
in (lie I iiii iMii.itl, Toledo and hi, Loitu
Narrow linage that recently went Into
the ImihIh of a receiver. It la understood
I h i' a ) iiilii-.ite is being funned to amint
IVilloii .t ( a., and that they will re-
iitne liit-iiie. iod. The failure in atlri
tiit' d largely to holdinr; in Oregon and
ar;ui-,utiiit-nial; l.nOO aharea of diffi-r-uiil
tt-wrk "Ai re brought nnd auld under
After Hie aniiouiieeiiietit of the failure a
rtuit ter fteliui; has pn vailed in atoi k cir-
r, it h-nn Eem rally believed that the
autviiaton will not lead to any other fail
lues. It ia staled that Kalhti & Co., were
rei i ut loin; of market and turned bears at
b iilt the lowest prieea touched. At the
I'.uMon oflii-e of Geo. Wm. Ballon 4 Co.,
very liali. reiipectitis their aui-peusion is to
Ik! le in, cil. It U stalml, however, that an
akl',iiiieiil luk been made to Theodore M.
N'evi-n, who is roiiui-cird with the firm. At
tbaoiiiee, it ia aaid, they have do itate
incut to oiake. They expect to resume
i-u-iiie In a short lime. Money it In good
mnofT at 4 per rent, on aewptable collater
als. Tne li;ire market is firm and Its, an.
the. About l,ii shares of nUit-k have
been closed out unJer the rule for the ac
count of George William Ballou.
1 II K LIABILITIES.
Intense xvitcmenl waa caused ia Wall
I'ree and on the htoek Exchuiipe to-day
by Hie aniiotiiic. ment of the failure of
G oi.'t- William M.tllou A Co., banker;
Hi fi' in i.-ompo-ed of Wni. H. Kiughaui,
I'.oaid ineinber, liavid II. Darling, George
Win. IS.illou and Allan S. Weeks. The
house did a lare and ertenniwj businebJ
and the customer were principally bank
presid- nts throughout the country Hus
ton capitalists and New Kngland eatates.
Mallou refused to make any statement con
i i riiin the suipeusioQ oHu-r than it wan
caUn d by the failure of bit cuxtomen to
r'-pond to calla for margin. Another
mem'ier of the firm aaid that the trouble
waa merely tmporary and everything will
he f.r kiuhleiied out in a few day. The
pi'iuiipal Hock a carried by tho finn were
Ouiario and Weatern, Misaoun 1'acific and
the Westeru Colon. The roUgbly-caiuruted
liabilities amount to between 4i.M,lW and
A MA.M rRHHIDKNT S OriMO.N.
Mr. Edwards, rreaitk-iit ,of the Hank of
liie Mat.- of New York, apeaklng of the
liiaiket, said that tbcre was not the alibt
est danger of a panic. lie was duipoaed to
retard tho decline as a good thing. "The
public," he laid, "were out of the mar
ket, and the people for whom Lbe brokers
are carryln stock are amply able to hold
them. Mr. Washington E. Cornier accept
ed the tiluation pliiloaophieally. He, too,
thought the depro.aioo wm healthy and
would be a good thing (or the market. Mr.
A. 8. Halco, prcslGeul of the Stock Ex
change, wit found ill Ilia oftit-e.
"l)o you regard 1'ie situation a very re
rlous?'' aiikcd the reporter.
"There ia no more danger of a panic thau
thoie is o( your being struck by lightning
out In the auushiuc there. The couutry ia
prosperous. Every year the noil add pj,
fiW.uiiU.WU lo our wealth by lie r products
of grain, eollou and ore. There Is no
cause for alarm. The condition of tiiv alock
market ia the remit of liquidation carried
loo far. For two yean the liquidation baa
been in progrcsi and Ihia ia but the climax.
Hy and by operators will dUcover that
prices are too cheap and then they will
clamber over each other's ihouldera in the
hantu to purchase. The gen
enl public bavo been out of the
market for two years a nil will uot be affect
ed by the decline lu prices. The present
present excitement doea iwt compare ia
the slightest dejrree to lat of tiie panic of
17;J." A member of the houso of J. AW.
.Si-ligman alao spoke with nuul cmpbitai.
"The decline lu business, " he said, "ia
caused by the general feeling of distrust
among buyers, which Is the natural result
of ovel'-prodticlioil. ."-peculation, ban been
going on for two yeara aud wo have now
reached a point w here stocks must go to
the lowest level. Hetlcrthal they should
be lower Uian they have heeu. As soon as
the people have made up their minds that
storks are I'hciip, then they will stop the
decline and begin buying. There Is uo
panicky feeling prevailing. Money easy,
the banks are emiaervallve, and
there Is no cause for alarm. If disaster
was to have come 11 would have uri'lyed he.
Mr, Henry Clews, who had remon to re
member the panic of 179, said thai the
present excitement was greater tliau at auy
lime since that period, lie compared yes
terday's contest to thu battle of Waterloo.
"The bulls," hesaUl, "like tho French,
were slaughtered unmercifully, Aban
doned by their marshal they have thrown
down their weapons and amiiiiiiillioo and
taken lo their heels, stu'h of them us have
uot been riddled by the enemy's bullr-ts,"
Mr, Clews regards the decline as healthy,
llo thi)Ui(lit tliero was no (car of general
disaster, "The decline Is healthy," hi
repeato I ' 'and so U sea-sickness, but It li
Al M. I.onln.
St, Luu is, August 14. -since the roeunt
fsvnrlsb Jumps In llm New York stock mar
ket there tins heeu considerable, apprehen
sion nmong people not well posted, and
the general feeling baa been that a panic
was at hand. This panicky stalo of mind
hits prevailed oil 'Change to a nine, extent.
Tho ill nation was much dlseusiod, and
some gentlemen were willing to assert tkat
Wall street was ou the threshold of such
financial disasters as htdj not been since the
(a nnus "II lack Monday."
"1 tell you," said a prominent specula
tnr on tbmtepi of tho lieu to-day, "there
will be h-1 to pay, and tbat very noon.
Th i sturiu Is uomlag and tho sooner every
body els lu where itM rain will uot (all aii d
tta llghtlMC wUI nt strdte, the better ft.
will be for all." A reportor who bad heard
the aboe citnreraatlon, went around
among Urn Third street srnkcra for the pur
pose of geulns sonM Idea of tho feeling
among men who wore supposed
to read the markets as a rabbi
does Hebrew. The first gentle
man met was Mr. James Campbell, who
said: "Nonseiwie. Tliero Is no fear of a
panic at all. My Judgment Is that the
country generally wa aever safer."
"Hut in there no danger. "
"There Is this much. Nearly every weak
houso will he likely to go. Every house
that has been dealing la wind will catch it
bard, but what difference Is that going to
make! None at all, s far as I can ice,"
"How about St. Louis."
"Everybody has been protecting himself
for the last year and a half. The policy of
what gambling men eall hedging has been
going on all that time, until nerly every
body is safe. We all knew that If certain
things continued, that is, if the same set
of circumstances prevailed, auother disas
trous panic would Iprevail. So everybody
see in-, to have started in on the Idea to pro
tect himsetf. To lilve you an Instance, the
local banks usually keep from 20 to 25 per
cent, of the total assets. There fs scarcely
one of them now which is not holding ev
erywhere from 40 to liO per cent, of these
same assets. As an evidence that the local
hanks are feeling perfectly safe, I can tell
you In addition, thai none of them are call
ing In loans at I r ceat. when the col
lateral Is at nil good. This fact is a very
good Indication of the feeling here, and the
same lone seems to prevail throughout the
connlry. ' '
Camp Mukr, o.v Tkrkt'a Lark,
WvnMiMi, August 13., vu Fort Wash
akik, AtiL'iist 14. It ww determined !ast
night to move our camp this morning a
few miles to where there wonld be mots
abundant grazing for the borne and
mules. So at 6 :'M a. m. everyone ;was in
the saddle and going up the valley on the
right bank of Wind river. Owing to yes
terday's rain the trail was In fine condition.
A(ter a twe Ivc-miles drive we have rcacherl
the banks of some beautiful lakes called
after Captain Terry, owning large eaule
herds on the range, nearby. The lakes
abound in large trout, and we expect lo
spend to-uiorrow fishing, Game Is not
very abundant, hut our hunters brought in
two antelope yesterday anil a few mountain
grou-e killed to-day. Shoshone Dick, a
white member of the tribe who was eaptured
probabiy from an emigrant train when so
young as to have lost all recollection of the
event, is one of our Indian party, and has
gone off to look for signs of game. Our
camp is named Camp Stager, in honor of
(ien. Anson St-ger, of Chicago. All of our
party are ell.
The Telegraphers Before the Senate Com
mitteeMore Wires Reported Cut.
Nkw York, August 14. The United
States Senatorial sub-committee on Labor
and Education rcaaemb!ed to-day. Job a
F. McClelland, a member of tho Hrother
bood of Telegraphers, resumed bis testi
mony. He said tho estimated cost of a
telegraph Hue of 1.500 miles long would be
Fii'l.Htsi. The telegraph operators were
generally young nvn, and lived In boarding
houses. They usually came from better
classes of society. The morals of Ibe oper
ators, as a class, had grea tly Improved
within the last ten years, and this was one
result of the organization which bad been
affected. Mostoftheru were single, but
some were married men. A witness thought
t.V.i a month was a reasonable estimate for
food and lodging for a single man. Only
ono In a hundred ever saved
any mooey. The highest
paid operator did not receive enough to
enable tbem to lay by anything for their
support in old ago. In 1870 the Western
Union company required every man coming
into its employ to take an oath that ho
would never connect himself with a trade
or labor organization. Thli was called tho
"Iron Clad Oath, " and was administered
to every person who took pari In the strike
of 1M70. The alter cxisten ee of the Tele
graph Brotherhood was made known re
cently. The railroad superintendents Is
sued a c Ireular which was sent to every
employe of the company foroklding him to
connect himself wita the organization un
der the penalty of dismissal. The day op
erators worked from 8 a. m. to eight at
night and had but two or three hours to
devote to amusements. The night opera
tor had more time at his disposal, No such
thing as vacation was kuown In tho tele
Al New York.
Nfw Yokk, August 14, A rigger for the
Western Union company was as-saulted by
two of the striking linemen to-day when
he wm leaving the company's bulMlng.
The offenders who arrested and Ukeu to
court, where they were held for examina
tion, So far its could be learned bono of
Hie wire-cutters have been arrested.
bOMKItV II I n'H STAI R M KNT.
The strlko of the telegraphers presents no
new features. Soinervllle, of the Western
Union company, said 120 wire, of tho Gold
and Stock Telegraph company, which sup
ply most of the circuits lo the brokers' of
(Ices down town and which tire carried
through Church nnd Roetor streets
In seven cables suspended under
(he elevated lallrnid girdles, were
sll cut Monday night, and In sueli a way
that the wires cannot In- eonneeied again at
llm pulnl where they are severed. Tempo
rary connections have been iniulowlth oilier
lines, A dispaich received by the company
shows that I he New Orleans telegraphers
were weakening, and that two strikers hud
returned lo their keys itl Meridian, M,ss.
The Mutual wires were en! In Hat h in and
Maiihiittiinvlllc to the number of a ilo.en or
more. A few wires were cut ut Newark
and others near Fleetwood.
A I Hi. Louis.
Rt. Lot'iN, August 14. -There Is tmth
Ing new lu chronicle legardlng iliu tele
grapher's strlko. The operator make the
saino show of confidence, and llm manager
nf tho Western IJ'ilon telegraph ofllce claims
Hint he knows of no "sirlko" Hut In any
way tiffed t no. company, The striken
claim thtt an tKclilept on the Chicago and
Alton railroad between t.vo freight trains
occurred Saturday night at Mltehellvllln,
which was solely dun to the Incapacity oj a
"plug" operator put on In place of a mum
lo r u( the llrothci'hood.
Cincinnati, August 14. Two atrlkliitr
operators returned to work al thu W eitern
Union ofllce here thU week, and one first
uliai operator waa obuluud lrum It. LouU
MORNING, AUGUST 15,
THE OLD WORLD.
An Exciting Debate in the House of Com
mons -American Railway Securities Depressed-Spanish
London, August 14. -There was almost
a panic at the Stock Exchange hero this
morning in American railway securities,
which are greatly depressed and are ilillicult
to sell. American government bonds are
not affceied by unfavorable feeling In rail
way lecurltlis. Mexican railway stocks
Londox, August 14.-McDerniott was
remanded for trial on a charge of felony.
The government witnesses nave sworn
that he waa seen In company with Ialton,
now under a life sentence, for the same of
fenso examining buildings with criminal
TUB HOUMK OK COMMONS).
London, August 14. Tuere was a Ion
debate characterised by much obstruction
on the part nf the Irish . aiembers of the
House of (Vrnmous MrluJay night on the
vote for the legal expenses Ineiirrid in the
recent criminal prosecutions in Ireland.
Lord llartington alleged that Myles
Joyce, w he was foynd guilty and executed
for participating in the murder of the Joyce
family In Galway, September IS, lss2, was
judicially murdered, despite the fact that
the evidence of his innocence was accessible
to Earl Spencer, Lord Lieutenant of In
land. Callaii, the member for Louth, d
c .iied the government could have brougli;
ih- ri.ieulx Park murderers lo Justice
without the evidence of Jas. Carey, but
that Sir Win. Ilaieourt, the Home Secreta
ry, contrived to have Carey accepted as in
former for the purpose of en
deavoring to conui-ct some of
the Ir.sh members of Parliament with tho
murders. I'arnell repeated the charges of
the Jury packing in In land and of the reck
less desire of the government to procure
convictions for Ihe purpose of striking
terror among the people of that country
by the tyrannical Use of the powers of se
I'orier, the Attorney-General for Ireland,
In replying to the remarks of the Irish
members, said tbat as long as the atrocities
in Ireland went unpunished, the means of
Inquiry allowed by law would be used
without shrinking. During the debate In
the Commons. Lord Hartington charged
Lord Spencer with having Myles Joyce
hanged when he knew the condemned man
was innocent. IKJwa called to order for
this remark, and then modilled his state
ment as mentioned in thefurcging dispatch.
Ilealy, the member for Monaghan, was
aNo called to order during the debate for us
ing violent language against the nfticcr of
Crown. TurneM, as a protest against the
conduct of the government, moved that the
amo iiit of money provided for in the ap
propriation be reduced, but bis motion was
defeated by twenty-four yeas to ninety
AN ASYLUM IICKNKD.
London, August 14. A private insane
asylum in the town of Ealing, Middlesex
country, was burned Monday night. Five
of the Inmates perished.
Many of the inmates were severely
burned. Dr. I'oyd, the proprietor o! thu
institution, was killed while attempting to
save the lives of patient. Hi son also
perished in the flames. "
Madrid, August 14. Several sergeants
who took part in the revolt at Santo Domin
go have been executed at that place. They
refused to wake any disclosures in relation
to the levolutioiiary plot. There li-iv. icen
no disturbance at Valencia or Seville, but
some arrests of civilians and sub-oflieers
have been made al those places as measures
A NKW MINISTRY.
A correspondent of the Telegraph at
Hayonne says that the King of Spain has
summoned Marshal Serrano to form a new
ministry. A correspondent of the Times
at Madrid, however, denies that any
change of the ministry Is Intended.
Ai.kxandiua, August 14. The deaths
here from cholera .Monday numbered for
The llebaile on Tempernure.
Parsons. Kas., August 14. This vil
lage is loosing forward to the biggest kind
of a lime when the grand llqtioi and nnti
llquor encampment opens up this day week,
lu the oratorical tournament that will fur
nish the motive power for the occasion, Gov.
(slick, ex-Gov. Ilobinson and other promi
nent advocates of high license
will endeavor to show the hollowness
of the arguments put forth
hy Gov. SI. John and other headlights of
the prohibition locomotive. Gov. Tom
Crittenden Is expected to tell what he knows
about the Downing law, and will be asked
to explain where he gut his Suuday liquor
on the California trip.
A sotd Areldenl
Sr. Loin. August 14. Mr. Simon HI
enstok, an aged and estimable lady, was
thrown from her barouche and killed about
0.30 o'clock last evening, while driving
north on Jefferson avenue, near Olive si reel,
Max Folder was driving a heavy brewery
wagon Is the opposite direction front Mrs.
Bleiislnk, and the lady a'.tetnpted to
cross over to ihe other side of the street,
when the bind wheel of the bn-weiy
wagon struck the barouche, upsetting It
and throwing her out. Officer Sullivan
carried her Inko Good's drug store
and Dr. Mudd was culled, but she, died
In s few minute later of concussion of ihe
The Hu l.onlM Imposition.
Si, Louis, August 11. Tim work of re
moving the trees Iroui Missouri Park will
begin next Monday, Many bids lor ex
cavatlng for the foundation of the exposi
tion htillillug havo beeu made, but no de
cltloii will be rendered before Friday noon,
Mr. Walsh's plans for the Inillilliig have
been aeeepled, and the papers, bonds, etc,
are now being examined and signed. Two
consulting architects have been employed,
A l oreUn l'i l.
Ciiit-'Aiio, August 14. A parly of foreign
officials and Eastern business and piufes
slolial people, en roiito for Yellowstone,
under the guidance nf liefui S. Hatch, ar
rived here this morning, and will depart for
the North next Thursday.
CillCAdO, August 14. President Solo,
of thu Ilepubllc of Honduras, received In
telllgence Inst night of the serious Illness of
his wife at San Francisco, and Icdatonet
(or tbat city.
Cincinnati, August 14. Both tho po
litluul parties o( llsmlltou eeutily hold nom
ination conventions tbU week the IV pub
Itcaui ou Thursday and the Democrat ou
All liK'fndlar.v I'lr-
Mif.w vi h i;i;, August 14, V suppoaud
incendiary lire caused the d all .n-tlon of llm
I'.is.i.int Hospital on Tweuty-tlrst and
s;,m- Mieeis at 5 o'clock this morning.
An o il building adjoining tlio new stru
lure. an I still used as a hospital, bad tweo
ly u iiieiits therein. It bad a narrow et
cape, as the roof took fire from the burning
building. The hospital was Just under
roof :unl valued in its present condition at
', '"iff. Thelns Is estimated at $40,000,
with no insurance. The building was under
the charge of Architect Charles Brictner,
of Fort Wayne. Dr. Passavsnt kt In Pitts
burg, where he has a similar Institution.
II.' al-o has hospitals at Clevelaud aad
Springfield, III. Plumbers were at work
on ihe biiililiug yesU'i'day, but were not al
lowed to take their fire-pots Into the build
ing, which leads the contractors to thin
the tire was incendiary.
Sii i:ly vi Lt.it, III., August 14. -Last
evening a farmer named Wasson, living Ave
mile south of town, committed suicide by
hanging himself to a small sapling In bli
doory ard. When ihe body was found at
dark life was extinct. Deceasod recently
moved to this country, purchased a small
faun ami had just become fairly settled.
Trouble concerning money matters is sup
pose, to havo 'insettlcd his mind aad lug
g '-led this mode of taking his life. H
leave a wife and four children.
A l llltll.MVU K.H4!M E.
Why a Kew Bride Left Her Husband io
Soon After the Wedding.
Piiii.adklphia, August 14. Apollo
iniciieiii, the dashing leader of the band
Hut ioo:ed upon the ocean pier at Atlantic
City, relumed to Philadelphia to-day dis
appointed and deceived and dejected. He
is a native of Italy, 52 years old and well
preserved. When he took charge of the
band at Atlantic City last spring be an
nounced f hat he was mourning .for a dead
wife. A month or so later aflashy, middle
aged woman, who said she was a rich En-li.-n
widow, engaged board at St. George's
Cottige, where Apollo lived. A(t?r a lew
weeks' spooning Apollo asked the widow
to become his wife, and sho at once agreed.
Zanichclli's vanity influenced hliu to have
the marriage ceremony performed In
public on the pier, and on
the night of.J ily lGth, under a blue of
elect lie light, the widow and widower were
united in tne presence of several thousand
people. While Mayor Maxwell, of Al
lan in City, was performing the ceremony
Colonel Lewis C. Denning, of the regular
army, recognized his missing vvifo in the
rich KngliMi widow. Although they had
not met for .eventeeii years they recogniz
ed each other. She went through the cere
mony tremblingly, and Colonel Denning did
not inicrnipi tne proceedings. The story,
howeyer, b aked out, and Mr. Apollo
suddenly disappeared. Apollo mourned
(or his missing wife, aud became so moody
and melancholy that he neglected bis duties
as nana -master, ana was on Saturday dis
eh irged by bis employer. Col. Penning
is still In Atlantic Ci'ty lull ins wiie'a
whereabouts 1 unknown. Twenty
eight years ago Denning and
Mary Lee worked in a Philadelphia book
bindery. They d-ll in love, were married
on September 7, IS.'iG, and had one child,
which afterward died, Theu the husband
and wife lived unhappily together. When
the war broke out Denning enlisted in
Company H, Twenty-sixth reuusylvani
Volunteers. He was promoted several
times for bravery, and thirty-eight moo-ths
later came home as a Major. Ilia wife re
fused to receive him wbeu he returnod,
and they never lived together again. He
was transferred to the regular army, event
ually becoming a Colonel. Hi affection for
his wife has never abated.
Ilofis-i.ight ?5 iw5 SO; mlxinl pitckloir,
H noio-.") 2U; good to choice j4 Wioifj 2U;
heavy packing aud shipping afrv 60.
Market j n 1 L and weak; &e lower.
t A I'TLK Good stock strom?; common
weak; export & IWfofO 20; good to choice
shippers i' i0(u5 SO; common to (sir M
5' i too 20.
CATTLE Kxpnrt steers $00OroW15; good
to heavy do f5 00i") SM; light to fair & tXKa
5 4i; co. union to medium H 50rSfi 00; fair
to good Colorado 4fiW; southwest $im,.
StilSo; grass Texsna $.1 20rH 70; light to
good sioekers 1 oOrW 76; fair to good feed
ers W 7iV4 25; common to choice native
:ows and heifers $.1 25(o4 25; scallawags of
any kind $2 tMa'i 90; common cows and
Sll El-:p Common to medium 1176(3
K i0; fair to good $.1604 00; prime
ft looM 25; stneker f2 2OiaJO0; Texans
f.' 7iV,;i uo,
lluiiS-I.lght togood Yorkers Jft fi0rdl57?'
,:oininon to choice packing $4 7.Vu)5 25, and
for butchers to extra $ iwdi V; ilclps
and culls f4 ,V)fd4 75j
WH MAT Higher; closing at JIOTk
Augii'i: Ho September; tl 06
(i.-toln r; t ti7 Noveinner; ti 01 year.
(iillS-lllglier; OU August; 5ui
S,.oleiolici-: .'ill n. Uetnlier- AM V. M
4i' vcur; 4il' May.
OA T.-s - Lower: '20 V Atimist! 2iiw sn.
teniber; 2i IV October; i year; 20S
V I I " I III .1, .. . ...
ustjtl'Wi' September; $110,VS October;
, ' i - . ,
t i U!N - II glu-r; HI Vu.iisi; 4iiU Sep
tember; I7' October; November;
41 ', veur; II1, May.
iilli Higher. 25 V August; 24 S Sep
lemlier; 25 ' October; 25 year; May.
Will-: AT August SI 17V; .September
J is',; October $1 2U' ; Novembei
coliN -August i:t'; September 62. 5
October 02 -V .
lUTTKIt Creamery sells at 19020
for choice to fancy, to 31 for selections;
second al dairy rates; dairy
at 15ml 7 for choice io fancy; fair to good.
Uim lJ; coinnioii SiodO. Country packed
Slow, choice ill Oidle), common 6(7.
KGiiS-Coutluiie scarce, ai d are in brisk
demand al M Vi for choice marks. Doubt
ful Slock less.
Pol I.TIiY-Dull and neglected. Offer
ing quite liberal, and demand light, We
quote: Spring Chickens, small anil
scrubby $bud 25; fair to good )l fx)fal 7ft ;
choice f2i and fancy largo 12 20. Old
ehiekeiis-Cocks f'i 7.VaUJ; mixed fit 15
(i;l 25; hens $1 40fad 00; spring duoks $160
Wheat arrived quiet, but steady 1 corn ar
rived unchanged. Wheat and corn to ar
rive rather easier. Spot wheal quleti No.
3 spring Us 3d. Mixnd western corn quiet
but firm at ft Ad. Wbean sad corn de
wand from ViilUsl Jaiufdoaa aad Cvatlaeat
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 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.
$or K Fremont St. Baltimore
During the war I was in
of a shell, and have suffered
years ago it brought on paraly
sis, which kept me in bed six
months, and the best doctors
in the city said I could not
Jive. I suffered fearfully from
indigestion, and for over two
years could not eat solid food
and for a large portion of the
time was unable to retain even
liquid nourishment. I tried
Ilrown's Iron Hitters and now
after taking two bottles I am
able 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.
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