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Tim modi powrlul AntiHiptIo
WILL PREVENT THE CHOLERA.
Thl mont powerful An
tlneptlc n ut which
cheinlnry hs produced.
lis urn! ol'litT Inter
nally or externally r-11
llim Hll It Ctlllcs con
tact with. pure, sweet
mid clean,--I ho protluc-
t toll Of ll 1 HI'UBC tTITTK
ceases bikI the pull ru
When iimii) on t.'lr.cru,
Srahls. liuroH. Km t loi s
ml Horn ll stop t:l
I'kltl, SWCIjtOII ttiu uirt
and promotes tlni rapid
lormatioti of b 1 1 t b y
It In a fuel ont ibllnhud
by fcirlcuce .hut n. n n v
disease Hru lntrolucd
by pntrllkatlmi, which
re prod ii ci ItiM'lf urn)
proposal tni! diuBKii
In ever wldcntiiK circles.
These dlairata iren'-r-a
to contaulou ami All the
air with flcatb. Such I
that dread Terror,
which la now tlevutat
liiK tlio Kant and ml
vanr.lni; ou It mi us ion
of death rapidly towards
our shores. Other di
I'lucn of tht mini' rort
are Diphtheria, Typh
old Kever, xmrlel Kever,
hmail l'ox. M e a a I e .
Vellow Fever. Kry-lp
elas, etc. All these gen
erate contagion. Oilier
disease k v e r and
A(:ie. Maarial Kever,
tc . arise from emits
glori which conxa ol
dampness, unhealthy fit
uatiotia or uuclcanncss.
Its exposure in a sick
room, ('.-dar, Closet or
ht ih e pur di n the At
in imp hi re nnd drives
away the ierru nf (lis
eniie and death .
Take n Internally it
purifies the htoniah,
irlvinu It tone and
healtliy vnror Itls'hm
that It cure ludltfeeti'in
and Uyepi jn'a.
When iMed as a l.ollm
It destrnys all Krerkl.i
and It uti.h producing
jjerina. li-avlni; the nktu
dear, white nnd tiaiin
P n ot a tint i f a litll i
All these lit-i mica ran
bo cured only hy "top
plU the production of
IMneane tiernn ai d de
ttrovttiK thoe alreuiy
produced. Both thine
results are accoinpliii d
ty the use of 1'iof
Darby's preparation of
borarir. Add ai.d Chin
rine, known aa
It reinlert ll H
fOIIICK In c .n-
tact with I'ure
and M'hI Iiv.
Space do.-s not permit n to name of the un to
which tti L'rel Oeriii d'-dtrDver l appuralile.
Alk your l)rilm;iat fur printed mutter deii.rpMve
oflta necfulncsi, or address
J. II. XIOU-IX c CO ,
Manufacturing f b.mists, I'lllLAOtLrill A.
Wccuts per bottle. Tint Mottles. II ill.
QEOWiE II. LKACH, M.I).
PHYSICIAN ct SUUGKON.
Special attention paid to the II mici.bitthlr treat
ment of mriilcal discuses, and disvn.-.i of women
and c hldren.
OKHCK On Ulh street, op pf site the Post
office, Cairo, III.
J. Ii. STKONG,
128 Cwinnierctal Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAI'OU, ELECTKO VAl'OH iiiu MEDICATED
A lady In attvndanre,
jU. W. C. JOCK LY.N ,
D K N T I T .
OKKIC B Biithth Street near Comis err'.al Avuntiu
U. K W. WHITLOCK,
Ofrici No. 134 Cijmmerclal Avenue, hatweeb
KKat'a and Ninth Ktreeu
Ml'Tt'AL All) StH'IKTV.
UREKA! EUREKA ! !
SUBSTITl'TE FOR LIKE INSUR
WIDOWS' & OKrilANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Oreanlif l Julv Hth, 11177, liuler 1 lit Law o
the State of lllluoln. CopvrlKlitetl ,lul
9, 1H77, 1'uiter Act ol Congress.
JAS. S. M.fiAHEY.
,F. II. KOUINSON...
M. I'll I LI.1PS
J. A. GOLUSTIN'E.
W.H. MAliKAN l
J. 8. I'KTKIK f "
ED. II. WHITE
..Ut Vice rreKideir
.'Jiul Vlce l'resldrttt
KXKUUTIV K COMMITTKM.
Wm. P.PITCItKK. L.S.THOMAS,
W. C. JOt'BI.YN, K. V INCEST,
WILL T. KEDKL'KN .
HOARD OF MAX AC! 12 US:
J. A.doldmlne, of OoldKllne A Knnenw ati r, whole
ale tudretHtl drv uood.ctc. ; Jan. S. Meliahoy.
lumber dealer; Wm. K. I'ltchur, Reneral airciit ;
Albert LewlH, dealer in Hour and uroln : L. 8.
ThomM, bricklayer; Mokhii I'hllllpa, cnulractor
nd bulldor; II. A. Cliumbley, Krocer: lho.
Lewla, aeerelarv and iittorney-al law ; v . II.
Mareatt. II miipiithtc tihymelan: II. Ha tier, or
Harder 8on. grocer ; H, II Hnlnl. alrem jupi-r-viaor;
Kd It. White, anK t hcc W. AO. M. A. Ho
Clety; .1. W. Spier, lumber anil kiw ihIH; f.
irtiliion, barlwr: K. It. Dietrich, clerk W-St L.
1'.R. It.; M. Koliler. nieichatil tailor: dell M.
( lark, dealer In wall paper ami wliiduw aliailea ; .
E. Knu'liKh. contractor and biilldiir; W ill 1. I!"d
burn, of Mome A Hoilhurii, clear tminnfactiirerii;
F. Vlncont, dealer In Ittnn and cement; I, A.
Phelpa. phototfmpher; W.C. locelyn, dcntiuls 8
U.Taher, mrR. Jeweler;, I. II. Hobliwoii, J, IV and
notary public; .1. 8. I'otrl. tihyniclaii; II.
llontwlck, lnuninco a'iil ; K. K. .larboe. foreinan
8t (Jaa ttialna, and K K. Walbrnliju, lumber nun
aw-mlll, of dalro; II. l-lKh'"f. t,xhi" N'"'
Ilank,8tuart, Iowa; Rnv. K. A . Wllkeraon, I'rvora
burir, Ky.; J.W. Tarry, phynlulan, Fulton. Kv.
Manufacturer ami Dualor In-
th Streoi, bclwoon Com'l Ato. and Levco.
CUOKB BORINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMUNITION.
gafat Reotlred. Ail Klndi ol Kcrt Mado.
PAIT?( IM.IVniQ QATTTIMlAV UMPVIVu a TvYiTLirn ' Yo
LABOR AND CAPITAL,
A Contractor's Estimate of the Cost
of Telegraph Lines.
Cornell tntB to Sll Western Union
Stock-Three Meu Killed by an
Explosion of Giant Powder
-The Jolly Tourists- '
Nr.w York, August 17. Daniel E. Rob.
ei)U, teletrrup'i engineer and contractor,
win tin-lii it witnoiexiiiiiiiied to-day by
Hid United Slate Mib-commltLce on Kiiu
futlon and Labor. He aaid that be bad
een Mi'CIhIUii'h eatiniiiU nf the coit of the
conaUiiutiou of a telcraulj Hue f elubt
wire from N'to York to Chlrao, wherein
tlin laltT said It could be completed for op
fr.ition for the mini of 7iV.toj. Thin, thu
M'itiickh thouKht ,wai about bait the real
coi.t of construction. Such a lino would
c mt at leant a thottnatid dollars per niiic.
He was not prepared to (five a detailed esti
mate of the cost of construction and eitiip
ntf m, and for tbia reason ,Se nutor (ieora
caid he thought the opinion of tin: witneMi
was not much value eviduuer. A wirnt
controversy enstifd between the Senator
from MinsUsMppi and Senator B.nir, cbatr
wan, who aceiiKed bi colleague of biit din
cnurlekT to tbe taitnesa in interrupting thn
latter by any Mich expression of opinion,
senator (ieorge replied that he propoied to
take up as much time a.s be liked in quea
tionln tbe wiAeiu-e, and ini.lU'd upon tbe
complete statement of tbe coat of each item
of t jipense in the construction. The wit
ness refused to answer the question any
more definitely than he had done, as be
said he thought it would be contrary to his
interest to do o.
1111! COST OF RIGHTS OF WAV.
In rejMrd to the rltchu of way tbo witneM
bad known of e where over $1,000 had
b'-en paid for the privilege of erectin? six
poles. This item was probably tbe most
important in the coat of construction. Un
n )nie routra tbe cost of rights of way were
much larger than on others. The mo.t ex
pensive route in this respect would be, b'i
thought, that of a line between Waihiru,'toii
an I Kostnn, and the rlht of way between
Viihinztou and Chicago could not be ac
quired except for a larjre consideration,
proving that he had the ritf ht of way pos
"ised by the Western Union company.
Itoheiiori asserted thit he would willtnuly
utideitake to reproduce the entire telegraph
system of thl country for fifty million
dollars. The mot valuable
ritjht.s of way posscssej by the
Western Union were those obtained front
the railroad systems of the country, and
nil estimate could be formed of the cost to
the Western ITnion of acquiring theae ease
ment. Tbo ordinary expense connected
with this Item U incurred In obtaining tbe
riphu of way throttRh the citiea. This was
usually plarrd under the bead of legal ex
penea, for lawyers are usually employed
to obuiu privileges in tbejte cajtes. The
witness had been engaged In tbe construc
tion of the Mutual Union. American Rapid
and several railroad lines.
Uonld aad roraiell.
Ntw York, August 17. Tbej-e are a
great many blank countenances to-day at
tbe hotels. There is a rumor here that A.
R. Cornell is a heavy loaerby Western
Union and other stocks. It Is said that in
one orlice in New York he had 2i,0O0 share
of Westeni Union to bis account. When
tbe worst decline took place he weakened,
and instructed bis broker to offer the whole
block to Jay (iottld at 7'i The stock wa
then 73 to 73 without many purchasers.
Gould in said to have known that the stock
was CornH's and defined to buy. Yet
Mr. Gould has sold 5,000 shares to Cornell
not very long at 85 S' and would on these
have pocketed a profitof $G7,500. Everybody
here believes that one of the principal
causes of the feeliug against tbe Western
Uuion Is to be found in the presence
of a man like A. II. Cornull In tbe
board of directors. He is regarded as a
model fraud. While Governor of the state
ami ambitious for a re-election, be posed
as an anti-monopolist. Yethe had been all
the time At heart in favor of monopolies
and would be a monopolist of a most grasp
ma and insolent character If he tonly bad
the opportunity. The Western Union com
pany foolishly put him on thecominiue to
ai range.t settlement with the operator be
fore the strike commenced. This stamped
the eommiUflo at once as an offensive one.
It was not forgotten that Cornell bad been
one of tbo mot arbllrary and unyielding of
t!ie Western Union directors when the
strike of 1870 took place during Mr. Wil
liam Orion's absence in Europe.
A Fatal Ball road Aerldent.
I.KxiNUTux, Ky,, August 17. At the
Winchester crossing of the Kentucky Cen
tral and tlio Chesapeake A Ohio railroads,
this morning, tlie Lexington accomodation
from Ml. Sterling struck the rear ear of the
Kentucky Central train, containing four
hundred kegs of giant powder. The ex
plosion that followed tore away the end of
both depots. The engine was blown to
ntons, mid Conductor McMlchael'g ryes
were burned out. tin Is now dead. His
last words tvere: "On, my poor wife and
children." Ran Martin, yard-master, was
killed. Engineer llenj. Schiller can't be
found, Several others are reported killed
CINCINNATI, August 17. -The Times
Slur Lexington, Ky., special savs that the
Ml. Sterling accommodation going to Lex
ington ran Into the rear car of a train on
the Kentucky Central at Winchester cross
ing this morning, exploding four hundred
kegs of giant ipowder. Tho depot is
wrecked and the engine Is blown to atoms.
Engineer Schuler has not been found.
Yard-master Randall was killed. Conductor
MeMlchael was fatally Injured. Several
others are supposed to be killed. A full re
port has not been received.
Tha Maggpra' Dllfnma,
Kansas City, Mo., August 17. Harry
Hill, of New York, bssbeen chosen referea
In the coming Static-Mitchell prize-fight.
Investigation of the law shows that the re
slrlctlons on prize-flghtlnit are Tory
stringent both In Missouri and Kansas. It
Is stated thai the Missouri statute fnrhldi
anyone to train In this stato for prlze-flbt
tng. Slade Is now training at Independ
ence. This discovery of the law may canst
a change In Jie propoaod arranemcnu.
Tba PraaldaatUI Paj-ly,
Camp RiiHKitr Lincoln, Wy., August
l., via Fort Wahakie, August 10. Presi
dent Arthur's party left tho fork of the
Wild river at UiW this morning, followed
tbe tortuous windings of the river nearly
to Its source, then began the ascent of
Robert Lincoln pass, used by Lieut. -Gen.
Micrldau last year and named in honor of
tho JiecreUry of War.The pass Is tbe short
est and easleat of the routes between the
valley ofwlld river and the Snike river
valley. Tho party reached camp at 11
o'clock, having traveled ahout sevekteen
miles. The camp U named Robert Lin
coln, and is situated ou the crest of the
backbone of the Rocky mountains at an
attitude of 9,000 feet above the level of the
sea, Wltbln a hundred yards of the camp
are streams which flow respectively into tbe
Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Tbe President
spent part of yesterday trout llshlng and re
turner; to uauip with tho heaviest catch of
the party. The average weight of the
trout was two pounds. Surgeon Farwood
returned to camp having shot an elk of
enormous size and weight. The other hun
ters brought In two autclope and a good
supply of mountain grouse and wild ducks.
To-morrow luorulng tbe party la to bein
tbe descent of Lincoln pass and will camp
In the valley of the (iros Yentre river,
where the tirst view of tho grand Teton
mountains will be obtained. All the party
are in excellent health and splriit. Game
abounds, but (Jen. Sheridan has given per
emptory orders that no mure shall bo killed
than is absolutely nacessary for the wants
of tbe command.
Murder at a Itnnre.
Staunton, III., August 17. Reports
from Wordcu, six miUs south, say that
at a bouse-warnilug given by Wiley Robin
son Thursday night to celebrate opening a
new hotel, Ed. Walker, of West Prairie,
shot and instantly killed Wiley Robinson,
because he asked Walkt r and his crew to
make a little less noise. When Rohinsou
turned away Walker drew bis revolver and
At a dance in the bauae of Vf. F. Robin
son, a merchant, Tuursday night, a diffi
culty occurred between him and a farmer
named Walker, resulting in the latter
shooting Robinson lu the abdomen. Tbe
wound is considered faul. Walker had be
come intoxicated and quarrelsome when
Robinson sought to quiet hiia.
Another HI allure.
Nkw York, August 17. -Taussig A
Ilaniuierschlig, syrup manufacturers, have
failed. The failure wa.s caused by indors
ing the first of Alexander A Taussig, of
Chicago, against whom Judgment in favor
First National bank has been confirmed.
The liabilities of Taussig A Hammer
schlig amount to $i'Jj,000. The assets are
not known. Tbe firm has been established
since 1S70 and was always rated high by
commercial agencies. Taussig of Chicago
U a relative to the senior member, Taussig,
Businessmen offered the latter finan-lal
aid, botlhe offers were refused in Justice to
their creditors, to whom they have turned
over all their real and personal property.
A Bad Ulnar.
Cleveland. O., August 17. On Thura
day Lr. Cadwell, a dnujgiat, undertook to
put up a prescription calling for nitric
acid, mercury and turpentine, forgetting
that the combination formed a powerful ex
plosive. The result was that tbe druggist
was severely hurt about the head and fae.
The prescription was brought by a wotnon
who could not be found after the explosion.
The prescription likewise disappeared.
End of a ipr.
Jer8fyvii.ii, III., August 17. About
11 o'clock last night Zacb Caddell dropped
dead from tbe effects of a two weeks'
Thought to be Near an End Strikers Re
turning to Work An Official
Nkw York, Augtist 17. One of the
most prominent striking telegraph opera
tors said to-day that thetrike was practi
cally at an end. He believed in the Broth
erhood and stuck by it as Ion;,' as he could,
but they were beaten, and might as well
give up first as la-st. He bad signed the
iron clad oath and would return to work to
morrow. He knew of many operators who
would endeavor to return at once. Tbe
"iron clad oath" referred to compels the
telegrapher to pledge, himself to withdraw
from the Brotherhood and nevpr again to
join a similar organization.
Press Agent Somervillo of the Western
Union said that no wires were tampered
with Thursday night and all circuits are
working nicely. In addition to the
seventeen telegraphers who returned to
work Thursday ten more returned to-day,
three of them ladies.
At Ht. Louis.
Sr. Louis, August 17. While the local
Ilrothei hooJ admit that three or four ot
their number bad gone back to the West
ern Union, they claim that these meu were
of such insiguiticence as to produce no ef
fect, far less a stampede. Tho deserters
arc Ron. R. Cooper, Jas. L. Fltzhugh, M.
Tully, John Carberry and Tbos. Dunn.
Tho strikers say that not one of these men
were at any time very active or zealous
members. They bad been, from the start,
weakened. Three ot them were given
western I nion employment away from St.
Louis, but had uot left this morn
log. Mrlkhig I. niters.
St. Louis. Au-ust 17. -At this morn
ing's meeting of lh striking shoe-lasters
a proposition was received from the bosses
submitting a bill of prices. Cpon (.x,,iniii
Hlioti it proved lo be a snare mid dtiltision,
tbe men say, Inasmuch as it averages 8 per
cent, under tho bill that caused tho strike.
A reply was demanded by noon, but they
resolved not to awali that hour, so an an
swer of Indignant refusal was at onco re
turned. Thn lusters feel assured that the
work U accumulating so fastupou the man
ufacturers' bands that they will be com
polled to accedo to the strikers' prices
speedily. If this It not done thn men say
they will took employment in other cities.
Marl II uir
rinsHuna, August 17. -Thomas II.
Hughes, secretary of tho Brotherhood of
Telegraphers, received tho following from
New York thit afternoon; "Send the fol
lowing to all assemblies: Tbe executive
board of tbe Brotherhood regreta to say
Ibat the strike Is s failure. All members who
can may go to work ImmedlateJy. Circulars
follow by mail.
(Signed Jona Cajushu,.
MORNINU. AUGUST TaTlwia
AN ENGLISH STEIEE.
8,000 Weaverj Demand Better Wagw
Russian Students Exiled Exciting? a
Debate in Commoni The
War in Annam,
. Etc., Eto.
London, August 17. -Lord Edmund
Fllzmaiirlce. the Under Foreign Secretary,
stated In the House of Common to-ilavthal
the government of Great lirltaln bad asked
the Russia government for an explana
tion In regard to tho expulsion from
Russia on tbe 15th of a Itritisli Jew
representing a London business firm, who
was provided with it proper ltritish pass
port. Tbe House of Commons continued in ses
sion until nearly tl o'clock this morning.
The (lisenislou was on tho government's
estimates. The Irish nu mbers were very
active thoroughout the night and took oc
casion In the course of the debate to point
out tbe various grievances of their people,
such as tbo conduct f tlio poliun during
the election riot ut Wexford and the
Imprisonment of Harrlugt m. Thn de
bate wan healed and of a personal
a nit, s'rik k.
London, August 17. Eight thousand
weavers In Asliion-uiidrr-TyiU! district
f truck work owing to a refusal of their mas
ters to increase their waxes.
itbi.i.v. AtiL'iist 17. -Mr. Davilt, in an
address at Donegal, strongly condemned
the emigration measures taken by the lint -Ish
government and aided by irishmen who
tni'unilerstood their necessary re-nits. The
country was large enough and rich enough
he said, to support Its own rjiipers. To
depopulate the country by whwsale emi
gration was to end forever the possibilities
of obtain in:; homo rule. He advocated
earnestly the scheme of migration which
would keep the people at home and im
prove tneir condition. The land act, ha
Mi I, hki been a mu-t lamentable failure
and a direct injury to the country.
ST. I'm krsburu, August. 17. Govern
ment is usiiu' every means possible lo stamp
out the disaffection that ba-s recently ap
peared among students of the c id;t and
civil schools in this cauntry. TIiono ar
rested arc brought to trial without, delay
ami on conviction punishment m ire or less
severe quickly follows. Twenty-two stu
dents, who were accused of being con
nected with the secret publication of social
istic journals, were seiiu-ueej yesterday to
penal servitude for life In tue miius of Si
London, August 17. .V dispatch from
Naindiiih says that Col. liadens made a s ir
tic on tho (J:h inst., supported by a gun
boat. He proceeded northward and out
flanked and drove off tbi! enemy on the 17th
with 1,200 men. He m tde a movement to
A' south aud attacked the earthworks of
Annainites. The enemy nvda but a slight
resistance and abandoned the works in
collusion. Their cauuun u hauled off
by elephan's. Loss of the French wa
two killed and wounded. Tbo enemy's
loss was heavy.
Gknkva. August 17. Tbe prohibition of
the importation of Egyptian cotton Into
Switzerland has called forth many protests
from various quarters. If the authorities
persist in enforcing the prohibition 30,000
persons employed iu tho manufactories
where this cotton Is Used will be throwu out
London, August 17. The Siamese Em
bassy, destined for England and the United
States left Singapore Thursday on the
steamer Sindh. The Embassy Includes
two princes of the blood, three princesses,
fiur attaches and twenty-one attend
Hkri.in, Augtist 17. The North Ger
man Gazelle, Bismarck's organ, denies
that the Prince has given audience to Car
dinal Howard at Kisscngen. It says that
thn health of Itisinarek docs not permit him
to receive even his closest political friends .
Ai.KXandria, August 17. --There were
forty-oue deaths from cholera here yester
day. Press ( oninrnli.
Nkw York, August 17. Tbe Herald
says: "The high tariff makes low wages.
All workmen ought to rrnictnber that high
tariffs are the work of great corporations,
who continually lobby Congress and In
timidate public men to prevent high tarifl
reform. That Is what tho trades unions
ought to strike at."
The Tribune y I "Tho next Democrat
ic candidate will be a friend of Mr. Tilden.
Possibly the left-hand friends of Mr. Til
den may be enthusiastic on that account.
At nil events, we can congratulate them
In advance upon a nomination so dellgutfu I
The lialRhl Templar's Hull.
San Francisco, August 17. Tlio ball
tendered the Knigils Templar this evening
at the Pavilion was largely aUcndcd, fully
7,000 persons being present. Dancing
commenced at 10 o'clock. The building
was handsomely decorated and the floors
stretched with canvass. The object of tbo
triennial committee iu giving the ball in ad
vance of the official proceedings was to
raise money to provide for after Piprtnrcs.
Receipts arc estimated at $7,500, repre
sentingabout J-1,000 net.
A I'rofvMor leal.
I'tTi.snt'Rtj, Ph., August 17. Thn Rev.
S. J. Wilson, professor of history in tbo
Western Theological Seminary of Alle
gheny City, and one of the most prominent
clergymen of the country, died at 11
o'eloek this morning of typhoid fever. The
funeral will take place on Monday.
Alton, 111., August 17. A twelve-years-old
son of George Spark was drowned
while bathing In thn river this morning.
Tbo body had i.ol been recovered up to 1
"I don't blame Mr. Dorsey for getting
mad," says an eminent Republican,
"but I don't think he ought to have given
It uway that we paid as high as 5,110 and
f7fl for some men's votes In 1S.S0.
Darned If It won't eir.pty the United
States Treasury In 81 If the votcrt hear of
men prices 1"
A younff bride, on being asked bow her
huinand turned out, replied tbat lie turned
out very late in las morulug sud turood la
tarv late at night.
Tha Fatal Leapt of Or. Tnat, ike
Sr. Louih, August 17. Lying with bis
head towards tbe house and bit feet towards
the sidewalk Mrs, Yost, of ,1215 Pine street,
aw her husband, Dr. P. D. Yot. yester
day afternoon when she looked out of the
window of tbe iccoud-story room lnwblefi
the had left him a few moments before.
Ills head had struck a projuctlag sill si be
fell head foremost from the window, and be
was dead from concussion of the brain when
ha reached tho ground. Dr. Yott,
thn disilnguished electric phy
sician, has been ill for ten
days with lypho-nmlarlal fever, but be
was thought to be greatly Improved yester
day. It will probably never be known
whether he fell from the window or leaped
out In a fit of delirium. From the fact that
his head struck the sill, tho former seems
the more probable. Coroner Nidelet to
day held an Inquest on the body of Dr.
Yost, and the Jury rendered averdict tbat
lie camn to bis death "from a shock, the
i ffKl of Injuries received by throwing him
self from tbe second-story 'window of his
residence, iWlS Pine street, whilst In a
state of delirium from typho-malarial fe
ver.'. WHITE AND BLACK.
A Young Lady Discards Her White Lot
er and Marries a Negro.
Kai- St. Louis, August 17. Sara
Lucas, a well-known colored man, em
ployed by the Healy Rrus., leaped into no
toriety Thursday evening by marrying a
white lady whom every one supposed was
engaged to a young barber near tho Relay
depot. The lady in tbe case is Mrs.
Shiiighnessy, until recently the overseer of
the culinary department of a Fourth street
boarding-house. Thn barber's name could
not be ascertained, but It Is well-known
tbat be spent Sunday evening, till nearly
midiii'jtit, with his lady love complet
ing arringeineiiLs for their wedding, which
was to lake place next Sunday afternoon.
Sam Lucas is t medium-sized, burty-look-ing
negro, very black, but possuwing s very
w.ii iiiin manner, which wrought sad havoc
with Mrs. Siiaughriessy's affections, and
blasted the barber's dreams of future hap
piness. Sain paid frequent visits to the
boarding-house where the young lady was
employed and spent most of bis leisure time
in the kitchen, but no one counectd with
the boti, 0 evr r suspocted he aspired to tbe
yotin.' lady's hand. Shortly after 8 o'clock
last evening Mr. Lucas, aitired in anew
suit of storo clothing, visited Mn.
sh uighnessy, and shortly after the couple
leit tne homo and started in tbe direction of
the Colored Baptist church. The Rev. Mr.
YattuiMii, the rector of this ehnrrh, was
at home and soon tied the nuptial knot, tbe
happy groom expressing bis satisfaction in
a resounding kiss on tbe cheek of tbe blush
ing bride as soon as the words which made
them in:tn and wife were pronounced.
SutcioiiA, August 17. The weather Is
very warm, attendance large, trick dus
ty. The first race of three-quarters of a mile.
Hi ad first, W. P. Burch second, Vera
third. Time l:l.rX.
Iu the second race, mile heat, the first
heat wa, won by Capias, Rosaline second,
Jim Nelson third. Time 1:45.
. .Second heat and race was taken byCs
rias, It i-alinc second, Jim Ndson third.
SiiKFUKi.D, August 17.-Mr. Mountain,
a prominent business man sod an alJnr
in in, hasfgone Into baukropley; liaUUtiet.
HOGS-tT ;t i(d h0W; 6O10
Lii.'hi i u . in ,u; mixed packing
4 lo; good lo choice $4 700)5 Ufl
packing and shipping $4 90tt
slow ami prices weak.
CATTLE Steady; exports $6 00J SO:
good to choice shipping & LaiVilu5: coot
mon to fair M 10.
CATTI.E-Exporiors $.185ClJsj nod
to heavy do $1 savl 75; light to fair $5 QOot
6 40; common to modi urn f4 60uil U0- fair
to good Colorado $4aV) AO; southwest $3
o4S.1; grass Texaw St SfaH 7i; light to
good stockers fl ioratt 75; fair to good toed
trs 7.1'u)4 i5; common to choice native
sows and heifers W 1(M 35; seailswnirs of
any kind iVo2 50.
1 1'HiS -Steady aud actrve for Itghl ta
good orkers. Heavy descriptions weak!
ami Irregular. Light to good Yorkers
$5 tW.1 75; rough mixed to good trtrir
M tt.1; Philadelphia $5 B5 3
and skips and eulls W 60(a4 75.
SIIEEI'-Uncbacgnd. A general demand
for good sheep, which was not at steady
prices, stuck sheep also In nsqaext; common
of all kinds dull and Irregular, with prlcw
In buyers favor. Common and light $i 75
50; fair to good tWfrf4 00; prime
H VXtti '.'5; fair to good Texans $ 75(i
WIIKAT-Lower; (dosing at $1 02
Auuiim; .tl OJV September; $1 04V Oc
toner: tl mi', November; fl 02 vear.
CHUN -Lower; 51 August; 50
m pieniiier; 40 '4 October; 48 Noveni
to year 1. . .-via'
DAlS-stcadv; .ti'i August: 2 Sen
tember; ill . October; 25 vear: 2ls v
WHEAT Lower; closing at $100 Au
gust : tl 07 ' September; October;
i 1. November; $1 00 year.
(' illN-Lower; 45 a. August; ii Sep
timber; 40V I letobor; 4J1X Novemliert
II'.. vear; 4,'IS Mav.
uA Is Lower; ii August; 'J4V Sep.
leiiiber; October; 24 Hi a. year;
WHEAT August $118; September
$1 is, lumber .fl 20 V; Nveiuber$l Ti'i,
coliN-AtigiiMt ti2S; September 6JK;
October t!J ; November 01 V.
OATS-August :15s,; September UK;
October J5; November ,'irj.
MUTTER--Creamery sells at 19('oi2l for
choice li) fancy, to 21 for sclcctloti;,econds
kI dairy rates; dairy at I,VI7 for choice to
fancv; fair to good WitVi; common 8r10.
Country packed -Slow, choice at UltflO,
I ' il'LTKY Spiintf ehlckons small snd
MColibv .Mtfzd a. fiilr in iri.nil St Kiwt sk
....... .v -. -- R.'wv. .IVIVI iu,,
choice ti, and fancy large $2 2fl, old vl
ciucuens-t.ocks 7503, mixed $1 l.V
3 25, heiisW4Uf(;150. .Spiintf duokl $3 &0Tt
3 i i.
EGGS steady and In active request at
1.1c fur choice marks. Doubtful stock loss.
Country markets shade higher. Weather
In England wet. Spot wheat strong; No. 3
spring lis 2d. No, 8 spring none In mar
ket Western wluterOa d. Mixed Wost
ri'ii (torn strong at ottWd. Wheat and corn
tic in a nd from the United Kingdom snd Corn
tlnent good. Receipts wheat put wnek
403, If K) centals, of which jaCoOO were
That's a common expres
sion and has a world of
meaning. How much suf
fering is summed up in it.
The singular thing about
it is, that pain jn the back
is occasioned by so many
things. May be caused by
kidney disease, liver com
plaint, consumption, cold,
nervous debility, &c.
Whatever the cause, don't -neglect
it. Something is
wrong and needs prompt
attention. No medicine has
yet been discovered that
will so quickly and surely
cure such diseases as
Brown's Iron; Bitters, and
it docs this by commencing
at the foundation, and mak
ing the blood pure and rich.
I.oginsport, Ind. Dm. i, iMo.
For a long time I hi been a
tuflercr fmm ttomach and kidney
dicise. My appetite was very poor
and the very small amount I dla eat
disagreed with me. I wii annoyed
very much from non-retention ol
urine. I tried many remedies with
no success, until I used Brown't
Iron Bitten. Since I used that say
stomach does not bother me any.
Mv appetite is simply immense. My
kidney trouble is no more, and my
cenerul health is such, that I feel
like a new man. After the use of
' ltrown't Iron Bitten (or one month,
I have gained twenty pounds Ut
weight. O. B. Saabaia.
Leading physicians and
clergymen use and recom
mend Brown's Iron Bit
ters. It has cured others
suffering as you are, and it
will cure you.
HIE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
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JxNTEKPHiSE HAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
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Egyptian Elouring Mills
HitTheat Cash Price Paid for Whettf. '
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholeaale Dealer ia loe.
ICJ BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WEU
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