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PHYSICIAN it SUUGEOX.
Special atti'ntion paid to the Il Tne.,pnth!i; m at
mi nt of nurcical difein . and dio-a'es of women
and ehl dren.
tiKHI.'K tn ll:h utr.et. oppufit-? tlie Post
office, Cairo, 111
128 CUiiniiitTciiil Ave, Cairo, III.
VAI'OIt, ELEt-'THO-VAf'Olt nii MEDICATKI)
A lady in attendance.
fjH. W. C. JOCKLYNv
UKKK B K'r''t Street neir I'oini. erriil Aver.ti
R. E W. WHITLOCK,
Ornci No. 13 CommercUl AHt.ne, bitwt-co
Kuati and Ninth Htreeta
MUTUAL All) SOOIKTV.
UREKA! EUREKA! I
SCIJSTITTTE FOR LIFE IXsUii
WIDOWS' & OKI'HANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
OrpKniMil Julv lth, 1H77, tinier ili I.a.v 0
the SiKteof lllliiolH. CtipvrlBlitHd .lult
, 1877, UudiT Act of Collin
JAS. 8. M'C.UIKY.
J. H. HOItlNSUN...
M. I'll 1 1.1.1 1'S
J. A. GOLDSTINK.
W.ll. MA H KAN 1
j. h. i'i-;ntiK f
KU. 11. WHITE
..Ut Vice rr cldeni
.and V ice I'reKidunt
.... Medical AdVIH-TH
KXKC UT 1VK CO M M ITT K K.
wm. F.PiTcni:!t. i.. s. TiioMAs.
W. C. JOCKI.YN, K. VINCENT,
WILL T. KKDIIl'KN.
UOAKD OF MANAdElWi
J. A. (ioldatlue. of Goldmine & Honenwnler, whole
ale and retail dry irood.ele.; Jan. S. MeDahey,
lumbur dealer; wm. K. l'H' her, ueneral atent ;
Albert Lewia, dealer in flour and raln; 1,. b.
Thorna. bricklayer; Md I'lillllpn, coulraetor
and builder; II. A. Chuinhley, ifrocer: Thn.
I. ewli, lecretnrv and attorney-at la ; A. U.
Marean, Hmineimthlc iihymelaii; II Sa der, of
Hatder Son. Krnrcm; K. II llntrd. mr tip"r.
vnor; Kd II. While, Ho't. aec. W. Jt U. M . A. '
cloty; .1. W. Spier, lumber and mtw-mill; .
(iernli; barber; K. II. lMelrich, clerk W St .
4P, U II. j M. Holder, iii-rchunl tailor; .left M.
Clark, dealer In wall paper and window K iade; J.
E. Kntfllxh, contractor and builder; Wil'l. In'rt
htirn.of Morne A Hedburu, ciar maiiurai'turer-i;
V. Vincent, dealer in lime and cement; I. A.
Phelpc phototfrapber; W. C. .lot ulyn, deiiiml; S
II. Taber, mr, Jewelers .1. II. HnldiiKon, .1. . and
notary public; J. 8. I'etne, pbyielan; II. .
Bomwlck,lnmiraneeaeul: K. K. Jurboe, foretnan
8t.Ua malim. and E K. Walhride, lumber and
iaw-mlll, of ('alro; II. I.elijhton, cammr Nit.
Dank, Stuart, Iowa; Hev. F. A. WllkerHun, Pryora
bnrir, Ky.i J.W. Tarry, pbymclan.Kulton. Ky.
.Manufacturer und Healer In
6th Street, between Coru'l Ave. ud Leveu.
CIIOKE BORINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMUN1TION.
tiet ltaoalrod. Ail Klndi ol Kuyi Made.
The Failure of the Firm of Sted
man & Co.
The Secret of the Depreaaion in West
ern Union Stock-ilackej in a New
Role Other Newj.
Nkw YoitK, Atit'tiNt 15. A Inrse ntimbfr
(if jieiouii tlironiied the visitor ' Rallery at
ttie SjtocL excliunu tliU tnornlni; expecilnu
to ee the scene of yi;urUay repeated.
Wetern Union htoek, wtileh closed at 74
yesterday, dropped to 72 m the npfiilns
of the market to-day. It wa feared tbM
railroad toi kit would suffer a aimilar de
cline. Imt ttieo opened at a alight advance
on the Hosing ti'tire of yesterday, and
S'ioii the Westprn I'tilon rallied and aold at
74'.init shortly after deHined to 73.
FAD. CltB OF HTKIiMAN & CO.
Nkw yhik, AtiRtist 15. The failure ol
K. C. Siedinuit Co. haa iit been an
notineed. The firm ha made an ami;u
meut to .lobn MeOinnis, Jr. The llaliili
tie are small and the fli ni owes no one but
its rumniner. The failure is dun to a dii
h'Jiiist Hcrk, who took accounts and by
potlieested thf-iii for his own speculation on
fietiti'ius ai'eounts. The failure had little
effect on share speculation. No stock
have been closed out under the rule for this
The a.sintnent of K. C. Stedma,n and
Frederick S. stedman, of the firm of E. C.
sted niau A Co., brokers, to John Mc
iniiw, was tiled. with prcfcrcncri of
JH.oOu t i Mrs. Jennie C. Crowley, of $2,
0) In Mr. Kmma K. and $1,000 to
Miss L. E. Perkins.
1 UK nAl.I.ot' FAM.t'RR.
Nkw Ykk, Augut 15. (ieo. U'. Bal
lon, Wm. II. Hit.bam, David II. Darling
and Allen s. Weeks, corjiprtsinj; the firm
of ii 0. W. IUIIou A Co., bankers, who
failed yesterday, tik d an assignment for the
b'-tietit of creditors., in the county clerk's
fllee, to Theodore M. Nevins. Nb prefer
etices at e stated.
CAlaK OV IHK L-KCI.INK INKKSriRN U.V-
Ni.w Yokk, August 15. The weakest
stock on the list yesterday was Western
L'uinn, and Uiose who were not occupied
with contemplating the failure of Geo. W.
IUII011 ,v Co. were Inquirtn Into the cause
cf the decline of two and one-half per cent,
in Western Union, which has been so well
sustained in spile of 'he strike. The se
cret was uot lon' in leaking out. It was
reported that no less a capitalist thin John
W. Mickey, the great bonanza millionaire,
had taken up the lilts against the Western
I'nion, and bad proposed to use bis im
mense wealth in opposition U) that compa
ny. The report turned out to
lie true. Mr. Maekey ba consented 10 enter
the l'o-tal Telccraph company. Vice
president Cummins, when asked If it were
true that Mr. Mackey had Joined the com
pany, answered, "Well, I received bin
check for a large amount to-day. That
I- a substantial evidence of it, ii it
Will he enter the directory?"
"Yes. To-murrow he will be elected in
the place of Mr. Erhardt, who has re
smiled. ' '
Mr. Cummins then salj that one million
dollars bad been raised to extend the sys
tem, and to this Mr. Muciey had contribu
ted largely. How larn'e has interest wan be
would not say. but he bad given all
that he had been asktid.
The fact that Mr. Mackey bad consented to
Join the company s regarded as a
very Important move and a great ac
cession to the Postal Telograph company.
He returned to this country on the first of
this month and bas been sought for by the
Postal people ever since. His friend. Mr.
Win. It. Koberu, who bas an interest In
the company, it is said Indued him to Join
his forces to the enterprise. Mr. Mackey,
it is thought, may be instrumental in in
ducing Senator Fair, of Nevada, also to Join
the company, Tlae combined wealth
of these three men is enormous. Mr.
Mackey could, it is thought, construct an
entire telegraph system with his own re
sources. The Postal Telegraph company
at present has but a single exteudiug line
from New York to Cbbcago, and this has
been operated for business only a few days.
Mr. Mackey, it is understood, has pledged
himself to support thu company in stretch
ing wires to and from every profitable
point connected by the Western Union.
The Herald says: "Our advice 'to tho
outside world' and kto investors-' Is to keep
out nf Wall street l for a while. If they
have money which is to be laid out let them
put it into real estate. That remains the
best 'security' and for some time hts been
the only trustworthy one. Mining bas
caused a loss to W out of every 100 who have
put money into mini; petroleum bas be
come mere gambling; 'hog products' and
grain have burned boles in the pockets of al
most all who have touched them, and in tho
slock market for now a long time the big
fish have gobbled thu little fish, aud of late
have begun to feed on each other. They
are very hungry, these big fish. We adviso
the little lisb to keep out of their way. ' '
NI10I III n Knlooii.
Cincinnati, August 15. I.ato night
before last Jamcw McDonnugh was proba
ta y fatally shot !y John W. Day In Frank
Kelly's saloon, near tho hospital. McDon
ough was drunk ami camu Into Day's
bed-rooin in a threatening manner, accus
ing Day of having robbed him on Ihn pri"
vlous night. Day (ii-ed and slruck McDntt
ough In tho left breast. McDoiiough, two
years ago, killed a man named Malloy noit
far from the same place.
A I'rli I'lgbt.
Snrvt iKLP, Did., Aug. 15. At an ear
ly hour this morning a brutal prUo tight
took place a few miles from here, near tho
Illinois boundary. James Smith and Mar
tini Marooncy, Chicago sports, were tho
bruisers. Two hundred spectators were
present. Smith had the advantage- In op
ening, but finally received terrible punish
ment, aud was vanquished as Ihn cry of
"pnllceM was hoard. The pugilists were
cnri led out and driven off barely Intlmej to
IlaRKirtiiurto, August 16. The Senata
refused to concur lu the amended resolution
of the House, making tho final adjourn
ment contingent upon the passage of tha
appropriation bills. In the House the bill
to repeal an act relative to tho apportion
ment was discussed.
lbs Boat Race.
Wakkinn, N. Y., August 15. -The
w iter Tuesday wa entirely too rough and
011 that accouut thu regatta was postponed
until to-day. In the lirt trial heat of the
professional regatta Wallace Ross, PI ted,
(Jriflin, Leo aud Courtney started at 10 a.
111., in order named. Ross took water first
and got a lino lead, I'laisted second, Lee
third, Courtney fourth, Griffin fifth. Court
ney drew up to third very easily and In fine
style, with a sturdy stroke. IIj was soon
contesting for second position in the mile
and a half straight away heat, but l.ee
steered toward the outsido and across
Courtney's course, sothat at the half mile
they had almost locked oars. Courtney had
virtually ceased to exert himself. They
rowed alongside thus for nearly a
mile before l.ee would lake his own course.
At one time It appeared a If l.ee would get
the lead, but if beheld it momentarily U
was not longer, for Uos won In 102 by hall
a length; Lee second, Courtney third. The
latter wis at least a length in the rr ar ol
Koei. The crowd howled in disappoint
ment, as it was evident this would shut
Courtney out of the secoud trial heat, and
so out of auf contest with Haitian. It
would have looked like a clear put up Job,
if Courtney bad not claimed scconii plac
on account o Lee's approximate fuiil. It
is not decided yet by the referee and Judges
whether to allow the foul so far as learned,
but tbey probably will not. Interest in
the regalia e tc here in that event.
In the second tml heat of the profes
siona1' race, llanlan won in 11 minutes
IW seconds; Hostner a good second, Tee
nier third, Ten Kyck fourth. Shallow was
in th rear.
TUB AMATEUR RACK.
t;The oarsmen were all in tine trim and ar
rangements for the race perfect. Five
thousand p'lsons were in attendance. The
harvest of the pick-pockets continue richer
than ever. The roughs of the entire state
have enured here. Tbc oarsmen were
ordered into a position for the first heat al
0:30 o'clock for the amateur race, but were
slow in answering the call. Ths cour-e. is
on the west side of the lake, 'ne and one
half miles straight away, rowing toward
Watkius. The men in the Amateurs Were
all in position at 10:0j o'clock, Grigg.s ot
Hornellsville, next to the shore,
liinton of Auburn, second
Hartwell, of Boston, third, and
Gallagher, of Elnilra. outride. Hartwell ld
ut the start, Hmlon second, Gallagher
next, Griggs falling several lengths behind
in the fir-t iiiarter. The other three men
kept close together, Hinlou keepin; very
clo.e to Hartwell, vf:b Gallagher a close
third. Gallagher kept close to the shore
and liinton well out. All spurted at the
start, and soon showed signs of fatigue.
At the half m?le liinton rested and then
pressed on with renewed vigor. Hintonsnd
Hartwell kept about even. The !aj,t ha'f of the
course liinton pulled a faster oar by several
strokes to the minute. It was a continual
spurt between the two. Hartwell, still
close to the shore, spuru-d on the last end
and won with comparative ease in 11
minutes and 50 second, by about one length,
Gallagher third. In a tpeetb last night
llanlan apologized to the public for so lar
forgetting himself at Ogdeiisburg as to be
betrayed into tbu uso of ungcntlemanly
language. Courtney bas fewer friends than
A Monument lor JeHrraou.
B08I0M, August 15. Gen. Rosecrana,
of California, is here promoting the forma
tion of a State Jefferson Association, which
shall co-operate with similar associations In
other states In the work of building a great
monument to the illustrious author of the
Declaration of Independence at Washing
ton. It is suggested that Jas. Parlotl, of
New burj port, Jefferson's biographer, be
aade president of the Massachusetts socie
ty. Gen. Rosecrans is urging upon Massa
chusetts Democrats that reverence to the
memory of tueir part 's founder demands
that Jefferson be honored by a monument
which shall perpetually impress upon the
yov.ng men of tne country the lessou of his
DkxtkrCTty, Mo., August 15. C. D.
Tresenritter, foreman of ebe Kuterprise
Messenger, attacked J. Logan Nations,
editor of the Roll Call, at about 4 o'clock
this morning. The pugilistic demonstra
tion was pretty lively for a time. Tresen
ritter weighs about 240 pounds and Nations
about 140, but the editor is ambitious, as
the tone of his paper indicates, and he held
up bis end of the scrapping match In good
Marquis of Queensbury style until hii
stubbed Tal Klllnd.
Cincinnati, August 15. Keith Brown,
colored, who w as stabbed by Leroy Hughes
on the steamer Sam J. Keith, on Monday,
died al the hospital to-day.
iiik w turtle TOIK1SI.
Having a Jolly Timo-Pian fur the An
nexation of British Columbia.
Chicago, August 15, 'hn fallowing,
dated from Jackson's lake, Wyoming,
August 14, bas bceu received from the
President's party. "We arrived here at
noon. The trail from Lincoln Pass was
through o'M'ii bottom land with grass.
Passing out of tho pleasant valley
we ascend Into the region of perpetual
snow and Ice to Jackson's lake, This
was named by Dr. Haydeu after Jackson,
bis photographer. It is about twenty
miles long from north lo south, and con
tains an Immense pine Island, a
mount a In ot granite covered ncn.hc lop
with a few pines. Al noon to-niot-row
we will reach the falls of Lewis
river and go into catnn. We 11111-1 u!si)
lii.ikc our w-av through dense f irests until
wn cross the l.ndc divide, and tin I our
selv,s in the south boundaries of tin' Yel
lowstone park, Here the trail turns west,
crossing Lewis river near Lewis lake, and
thence along the south shore of Shoshone
lake, where the camp of this Pith will be
pitched. The following day we will cross
hu Continental divide Into the basin of the
Flrebolr river, which we will follow down
to tho Upper Geyser basin, whi le we are to
camp on the 17tli. The camp of the 1st ta is
al Norrls baren, and of the l'.Mh at Mam
inotli linsln. The camp of thu 20th Is al
A special dispatch from Hufus Hatch's
hotel, Ytilov sione park, says that one oh
Jnet of (he Presidential trip is In thu Interest
of America's Hnnexalloti of British Colum
bia; that a sentiment In favor nf this
scheme Is being work up t home aud
abroad, that the powers of thu Cunadlaii and
N. Pad lie aru straining every nerve, for
such a rsult; Unit t"o scheiue has al
ready been under Cabinet discussion, Hint
that a private conference on the subject
will be hold bifoie thu 1'rusldout roturni
MORNING, AUGUST 10,
Teitimonj Given the Committee on Labor
and Education A Conference with
Nw YoitK, August 15. The United
6tales National sub-connnitiei 011 Labor
and Education continued its iniiiiry re
garding the telegruph strike. The exami
nation of John J. McClelland was resumed.
He submitted, in accoidance with the re
quest of the committee, a quantity of evi
dence which he prepared in regard M the
iron-Had oaths which the employers in the
various Industries were lu la; habit of ad
ministering their workmen when they re
ceived them into theirserviec. The witness
said the Western Union company adopted
the plan of making the operators take
oath that they would not Join the
Union and he could produceemployei w ho
could prove it. Threats had been in.idc
by many railroad companies that they
would discharge any man whom they dis
covered to be a member of the Brotherhood
of Telegraphers. Among others the Penn
sylvania railroad aud the Michigan Central
railroad companies bad employed this
means. Other instances of the means taken
by capital to enslave workinmen were
given by the witness. The witness also
furnished statistics regarding the strikes
which occurred during the recent years
Since tha' vear the iiumbei of recorded
strikes w li....i occurred in Europe w is
5,521. The trade in which the most fre
quent strikes occurred was the coal miners.
The building trades came next. Tho
statistics showed that during tun years,
9, 027 weeks, or 54, 1U2 days, had been lost
by men who were engaged In them, rep
resenting in twenty years 22.237,750. Of
the entire number of strikes occurring,
seventy-two were known to be won by the
workmen, 180 were lost, and 91 were com
promised, leaving about 2. OuO unaccounted
for, which in all probability bad been lost
by those who engaged in them. The reme
dy suggested by witness for securing more
equitable distribution of wealth between
labor and capitalists would be that the gov
ernment should take charge of all the
branches of industry as it has the mail
carrying for the country. This system
could, he thought, be applied to all private
industries as well as to the telegraphic in
dustry. AINow York.
New York, August 15. At noon to-day
a committee of six, being striking operators
formerly employed by the Western Union
company, waited on Gen. Eckert and asked
for an interview, which wtu granted. The
committee said they represented the Morsa
operators, the Wheatstone operators and
the linemen In the employ of the Western
Union, but that this cail was not to be con
sidered as a weakening on the part of the
Brotherhood. Their purpose was to in
quire on what terms men rwould be taken
back into the employ of the company. Gen.
Eckert said be would recomtnond that those
now out should apply to their respective
superintendents as to the terms for the re
sumption of work.
TUB I'KKSKNT ATIITUDK.
Nkw York. August 15. The Western
Union officials said this morning that every
thing was remarkably quiet. The wir.-i
were ncl tampered with Tuesday night,
and consequently there was no delay in get
ting at the work this morning. They also
stated that business was increasing every
tlav. and they were able to handle it
promptly. The attitude of the Western
Union company remains unchanged with
regard to the strike.
Meel Worker)' ( ou venllou.
mil AUKI IMIIA. August 15. At th
morning session of the Amalgamated Iron
and Steel Workers' convention the report
of the committee on coiistutitlon and gen
eral laws was again taken up for discussior
and w as not finished up to the hour of ad
journment. A icsoluiiou was passed fixing
October 1st of (aeh year as tho date upon
which the terms of the annual officers will
expire hereafter. A resolution was also
brought up, but not definitely disposed ol
yet. that the annual convention shall Ik
held hereafter In Pittsburg. In pursuunci
ot the invitation from Senator Blair to send
representatives of the association to appeal
before the senate sub-committee on laboi
and education, the officers of the associatioi
Jo hn Jurrett, William Martin and Janiei
Perry, were appointed 11 committee to g
to Washington after the convention ad
journs. The committee has power to selecl
a foarth member, which will probably In
Trustee Win. Wclhc. Thn icsnlutlor. to
discontinue the payment oj the strike bene.
fit hereafter did not come up for action, bill
It will nut be indorsed. L iterally the pay
ment of the benefits will be curtailed with
out doubt, but not entirely discontinued.
The convention will adjourn, It Is expected,
at uoon to morrow.
Tombstone, Arizona, August 15. A
special courier from the headquarters ol
the army opeftllng against the Indians in
Apamira Sonora, Mexico, says that t.io
Apaches on August IIJ, male an attack on
the vibage at Naomi, where Lieut. Wareus
in utationed wllh a small picket of slate
troops, killing five picket guards. At day
light next morning Warens marched with
twenty men and found I lie savages to nuin
ber I.VI men, strongly entrenched, and lie
was compelled to ictreat. lie made 11 sec
otid icconnolssancc, accompanied by aimed
villagers, but, bis ntiimiinltlou becoming 1 x
haiitcd, he made a second retren', A few
Indians were killed mid Warens wounded.
After lb'! skirmish the savages bad things
all their own way and drove off Urge herds
of cult 1(1.
There was also a bloody Apache raid
friiin Sierra Madras on Sunday last, and
live picket guards wero killed early Monday
livening. Lieut. Jesus M uia Moici.o vvenl
out to recnntiolier and bring in the bodies
of the dead, Thu Indians, who had con
craled I heniNL'lves In ambush, made a s illy
upon blin, Although he bad a small force
he niadu a desperate resistance and repuls
ed Hip red skins. Then, having
obtained reinforcements, they
male an attack. The Indians wuro
strongly fortified and after a warm encoun
ter, In which over forty redskin wcie
killed mid wounded, the Mexicans were
beaten and retreated. Moreno's horsu was
shot under him and several of his incii
wounded. When tho courier departed the
Indians were Indulging In a war-ilaucu und
matters looked ominous. Several null
have been made of I a to on ranches owned
by Americana, and thousands ot cattle and
A nll-0 rents Iharehinavai.
PrnsnuRd, August 15. The National
convention of the anti-organ faction of the
United Presbyterian church reassembled la
Allegheny City this mornliiR. Afterthe us
ual devotional pxerclses, the Rev. James
Price, of Philadelphia, presented 1 serlci
of n-oliitions, In effect, that of the pro
priety of holding local conventions similar
lo this one, and of formlnK an association
for the maintenance of the principles and
especially of thn purity of the worship of
the church, which demanded serious con
sideration and attention. The resolutions
were n ferrcd ro a committee. Dr. Wm.
Wish.iit, of Wavnesville, Ohio, said he
was conscientiously opposed to instrumen
tal muic, and rather than give up his
views of dutv , would give up affiliation
with his brethren in tho church and
where organs were not used. Said
h". "The organs will put us out of the
church or wo will put theru out. "
Cincinnati, August 15. About raid
iu,.it last nigbl Henry L. Young, the
general agent In this city of the Qrand
Rapids and Indiana railroad, fatally shot
himself at bis office, lia Vine street. He
died at ?, o'clock this raoruingln the hospi
tal, lie had been seen In an intoxicated
condition shortly before. A letter was
foii'id on his person which purported to be
one from a cousin threatenlne him for en
couraging improper relations with tho
wriiei 's wife.
A lirlNl Mill Burned.
("01 iiciiN, hid., August 15. Mrs. Bale
et's grist mill was destroyed by Incendi
aries an Monday night. Loss $10,000.
NEWS FROM ABROAD.
Twelve Killed and Others Injured in
Mine in Cornwall Ischia Threatened
with Another Earthquake Cana
Romk. August 15. Thu Pope has sent
a messenger to spam to confer with the
Nuncio in that country 011 the agitation
there and to deliver an autograph letter
from his Holiness to King Alfonso.
FKAKS OK ANOTIIKR KAKlUvtCAKB.
London, August 15. There are alarm
in'; signs' of an earthquake in Scrrara, on
ihe Island of Isold 1. Springs are drying up
and siimke is isuing from fissures in tha
ground. The 5Iinister of Public Works has
issue I an order for the Immediate erection
of liu'.s for the accommodation of people
in else they are compelled to vacate theie
Til e Doumo.
Muniukai.. August 15. With tefcrence
to tne reported outbreak of the foot and
mouth d.se use among Canadian cattle, the
Bristol shippers here do uot credit, aud the
Veterinary College officers declare em
phatically that It docs not exist, in Cana
da. VKI.I.OW PKVKK. '
iJLT.nr.c, August 15. The Norwegian
banpie, Fredrika and Karollna from Pana
ma to this port, is reported to becoming up
the river with yellow fever on board, three
deaths having already occurreJ, and oth
ers of the crew being down with tha dis
LdNixiN, August 15. A terrible acci
dent occurred this morning in the mining
town of Redruth. Cornwall. A party of
miners were descending the shaft of a mine
on 1 heir way to work w hen the rope attach
ed lo the car gave way, precipitating every
man to the bottom of the shaft. Twelve
were killed outright and several others seri
ously if not falallv itOnred.
Caiko, August 15. There were nine
deaths from cholera in this city Tues
day. A i.kx an OKiA, August 15. The deaths
here Tuesday from cholera were forty.
ill WliI I'.lit f, WWW, IJ. lnlr.il
i MIVr. l. f'onil in choice U 7(1 Sf, OO-
Heavy oacKiug aim snipping to wjiito aw.
C ATTLE Good stock strong; common
M u kct unsettled but steady for light; 6c
weak; exports frt 00W6 40; good to choice
shippers $0 3J'ttd 75: common to fair $4
CATTLE Export steers $600(9015; goo
lo heavy do 5 li0i"c5 90; light to fair $5 00?
6 Hi; cm union to medium H 50(45 00; fair
to good Colorado fbtf 50; southwest $3 75
r4sr; grass Texan 25(0-4 75 ; light to
good stoekers 1 50(a3 75; fair to good feed
ers 1 7.Vi'l 25; common to choice nativ
:ows and heifers $3 Sudi 25; scallawags of
anv kind 2 (W2 !.
$1 1 EEP-Cnmmon, medium and light $2 75
(311 5": fair to good .tIG0(r4 00; prime
t4 lo(tr4 25; fair to good Texans $2 70(t
Hi M is - Light lo good Yorkers $5 50(95 75;
.'i iiiiiioii lo choice packing $5 00'") 10, and
for butchers to extra .$5 20(05 50; skips
an J culls H 5UWI so.
WHEAT - Huh. r; closing at. $1 OS
August: ,1 OH'. September; $105V Oc
tober; Si u7 November; U 22'. vear.
MiRV-lllgliiT. 52 Augiit: 51', Septem
ber; 5u October: 4st'i November; 4ti.'f
year: 17'. Mav.
11 MS-Steady; 20'' August; 26V Sep
tetniier; 20'i October; 20 year; 2!)L May.
M l'. I.I H IS.
U Illl.V'I'-lllgbcr, closing at $1 07 Au
gust : l its', September; $1 lit October;
1 :i , November; 1 07 .S year.
t iiRN-Higher; 10', August; 47V Se
timber; 4;' October; 42 year; 44 H
M iv .
OA TS-Higher; 25V August; 25V Sep
leiuinr; 2til Occtober; 25' year; 29X
( oaitlry I'rodner.
lU'TTHIt-Civiiiiicrv sells at 19(320 for
choice to fancv, lo 21 for selections; secondr
at ilait'v iale; dairy at I5(nil7 for choice to
liitiev; fair to good 0irfl2; common H(10.
( 'mini ry packed .Slow, choice, at DfilO,
0 111 mi ' hi 5im)7.
I'liri.TKY-Sprlng chickens small and
cubb , IktI 25, fair to good $1 50(cfl 76, 1
linlee 12. and fnncv large $2 25. Old
liicUns -Cocks Yi'Mitil, mixed $3 15(3
125, hens J: 40(trH 50. Spring ducks $2 50(i
Flit. s-Flrni and III actlvt) request at
14 l.u lor choice marks.
1.1 vi f mu
nuiitry markets ii m. Weather In Kng
laud unsettled. Mixed American corn to
arrive advanced .'Id. Spot wheat good de
nt iinI uml market tending upward; No. i
spr tigOs 2d. Mixed Westers corn quiet
but strong at 5 t)d. Wheat and corn de
man I from the Culled Kingdom aud Coutl-
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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!" 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.
501 N. Fremont St., Baltimore
During the war I was in
jured in the stomach by a piece
of a shell, and have suffered
from it ever since. About four
years ago it brought on paraly
sis, w liich 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 unable to retain even
liquid nourishment. I tried
Brown's Iron Bittersandnow
after taking tw o 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,
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Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General liaukin? IIusIiich
TITOS W, UALLIUAY
JN'TEM'IUSE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
TJIOS. W. 1IALL1DAN ,
n.OUt, (illAIN AND HA
Egyptian Flouring Mills
flltrheHt Cunt) Price paid for Wheat.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholennle Dealer in Ioe
ICF BY THK CAR LOAD OR TON.WELi
PACKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Specialty.
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