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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MOBWINH. 'AIJGUtniTl83
PROF. DA RHYS
Thfl mont j)owrtiil AntiHPiitlo
WILL PREVENT THE CHOLERA.
Tht moat powerful An
tiseptic sg'-nt which
chemistry has produced.
Iih uhi! elthir Inter
nally or externally rdi
dim all It come lu eon
tact with, pure, sweet
and clean, -the produc
tion of (Itscase.giTia
Cascs and thu pathni
W hi;o used nrf rir.crs,
sfaMs. Iturns, Kriitlois
and Horis It mop all
I'ain, sweetens the parts
and promotes the rapid
lormatiou f n e a I t h y
It dfstrx 8
ic rmi of Dlseasi
It Ih t fact established
by hcluuce that tr.auv
diseases urn Ituroilu'cd
by putrlllcathin, which
riiproilucca Itself hihI
propogatcs thu ilin'8-e
Id ever widening circles.
These il'seat-es irener
itu CMiitaktlon sud till the
air with (Path. Kucb li
that drissil Terror,
which li now devastat
ing the Kust and (t
vancing uu Its mission
of death rapidly towa'ds
our shores, other di
eases of III Kinie sort
arn tih:hMa. Tjph
old K. ver, sh'irit-t Fevt".
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Auc, Ma'irla' Kc.er,
t: , arise fioin cmli
Eiun 'hic h comes ol
dampi.esa, iinh-ilihy 1t
union- or nnc'.caunds.
All ltese I)t ' sst-s run
be enred oul, M' -top-ping
tue prriiu'ti'iii of
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trovltij lb'""' abc ilv
produced. K"ih th'
result are accomplish
hi. cxwoire in a in k
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ln-altty viL'nr Itis'hil
mil II cup iinllrrtl'iii
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f'-mn, iravlntf the skin
clear, uhre an 1 trans
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of tiu n(" or r'or
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which h' fret twin-'!
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of ll nscbilne-s, o' ad'ln
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JSI ccr.ts jxtr hoiil".
!t render .til It
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PHYSICIAN tt SL'UGKON.
hp.- ial alt.itioti paid n tl,r II .n.e pn,lii.- ireal
tatui of mrulral dnene. and deit' of women
and ch! lir-ii.
UKHCK (Ju Hih otri et. opp it- the Pot
OlTi . Culro. Ill
JjU. J. E. .-TK0.Nt.i7
123 CoiunuTcial Ave., Caini, III.
VAl'Oi;, EliBCTKO-VAI'O K asu MEDICATKU
X lady lu attendance.
jK W. C. JOCtLYN,
D E N T 1 S T .
OFKIC K -Klgatn Street. nr C'orao rc'.a! A -.t.ij)
R. E W. WniTLOCK,
Omul No. IS Commercial Avet.tie, beiwetB
kcht'j aud Nlmh Stroet
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
SUBSTITUTE FOR LIKE I.N'SUii
WIDOWS' & ORI'llANS'
UTUAL All) SooJKTVj
Organl.ed.Iulv Hth, 1H77, Under the Uw o
the SlHte Of IlllUolH. CnpvriKllted .1 til V
0, 1877, Uinler Ai'inl'CunureiN.
JAS. H. MH1A1IKY.
J. II. HOIIINSUN...
J. A. UOUUST1NK.
W. II. MAHKAN i
J. H. I'KTKIK I"
EI). II. WHITE
. . 1 I Vice-Trench lit
... Medical AdviKim
KXKCUTIVK COM M I'l'TK K
Wm. K.I'ITCHI-U. I..S.TIIUMAS,
W. 0. JOCKI.YN. K. V1M KNT,
WII.I. T. KKDItt K.N .
JIOAHI) OKMANAU KAIH:
3. A.ioldllne, ofHoldntlnu .t Koneliwater, w hole
alii and retml rtrv good, etc.; Jan. S. McUahcy,
lumhwr aealur; Vm. V. I'ltcher, tiinrr.il airent j
Albert Lewln, denier in llmir and nialni L.. 8.
Thnma. hrlcklavor: Moim I'lillllp. contraclor
n,l hHlliler: II. A. Chillilhley, L'rm'er: lho
I.wl, ecretiiry and attorney-l law;
Maruan, ll.mnipiilhlc tilijuclaii! II Sa
Harder 4 Hon. urocer; It, H Hnlnl. tree
vior; I'.d II. White, hhh t ec. . A O. M
clety; .1. W. Spier, Inmlier and nw-mlll
UflrnlKoit, hitrhur: K. II. Dlelrlch, clerk
. St.. I..
u. if u ir . m Kivnii.r. n,.ri'iiHiii. ,11 nil . 1111
j-i. J...I..B 1. ..lull i.u,... MtiH tt'lllilnU' hi. HMIM : .1
K. Knllh. contraclor and builder; Will I. lied
burn, of lore Kedhurti, cluar timiuifHCturtTi" ;
K. Vincent, dealer In Utnfl and reinenl; l A,
I'help. ihotornpher W.t'. Jocelyn. dentint; S
II. Tabor, mlV. Jeweler; .1. 11. Huhlnon, .1, 1 . inl
notary public; J . H . IVtrie, iliylclan; U. N .
otwlck, Inmiraiice aijenl ; K. K. Jarhoe. foreniiin
Kt.Ua nulna, and K U. Walbrnlce, lutnher and
a-mlll, of Cairo; II. ljeiirhton, canhur Nut.
Bank,Stuart, Iowa; Roif. V. A. Wlikernn, I'ryoi
burg, Ky.i J.W. Tarry, phylclan,rultoii, Kv.
Mtnufacturor and Dealer in
tb Streui, between Com'l A. ud Leveo,
CUOKE BOIUNa A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMtJNITION.
ItiM llaoalred. All Hindi ol Kuyi Mdo.
ASKING FOR WORK.
The Telegraphic Striken Want
Their Old Position!.
Tho CauBe of the Failure Some of the
Operators Say the End is Not
Yet -Miscellaneous News,
Nkw VfiitK, Anoint 18. The miin offlc
of the Wt Klei n I'niou Teh.'griph company
wiih lii-M.eil from au early hour thU morn
in by nearly one hundred operator!! seek
In; reinstatement. There were but few
women and among the numbor.
Supei iiiteiiileiit Hunietone waa busily en
Ked iliM'ntiiuiatiu(5 bet itrcq the applies
lions from liint-clana workmen and thote
who were considered second and third rate,
only the bent workmen oeing take a back,
and iiiiti! a tin ruber of c per atom were dta
:'P 'iiiled by bi'iuu rejected. Tboae op
i rutin who hat' been uaken after the utrike
c 'iiiiiietii i'd will he retained by the compa
ny in Lheir present positions. Since the
strike was declared ended yestwday only
tweive women have been received back in
the employ of Urn company, 'flan
TOTAL M'MBfrK OK WOMF.K
who have applied for rciurtatenaent U 0Tr
fully-live, so that a number are left with
out wurk. .Superintendent HumevtoDe aald
thui forty - ti v; men were taken oack yester
day afternoon and last evening. About
tlnitf moie tirt-clas m;n were reinstated
this tni. mini:. He said all of the branch of
tu e- w ill he open for buiiiceM on Monday,
and eerythiii' will he In perfect running
order I'.v i hat tune. He coukd not promise
Hint the eixnpany would fiud pobitions for
a I operators, but he thought a large num
Ixt would lei compelled to neck position!
elsewhere, a the company could not in Ju
lice to it.f discharge those operators who
stood by ii in its dillicultiea. It will take
TWO W KKK8
before pusitioim can be found for those of
tin- sinkers whom tie company intends to
n-instate, li ia said that uone of Uie line
men hae yet applied for tbelr old position-,
atiiJ if they did, it was UkoJy their
ppiieation would be rejected, a men
who were t.'iken on during the strike have
I ei.otne protienTit In their diriec, and will
not nun le discharged to nmk4t way for
swii.crs. There are still a aoinber'of oper
ators and nearly all of the Jhxrtnen who gay
the strike is not yet ended, and they intend
to make ihir.s lively for the company vet.
I his, however, is regarded an mers
li Ik and bravado. Mitchell,
f the liroiherbood, says the men will re
turn to work Just as fast as the company
will take them hark. He expressed the
belli f lhat by the end of a week or bo there
would be but few of the striker who would
not he reinstated in the company's em
ploy. A few of the striken who were re
jected this evening were loud in tbelr de
nunciutlun of the action of the Brotherhood
in holdiiiL' out so long, and by that meant
i Mowing their places to be fillcjd by otber
A I Nl. Lewta.
St. Loci. August IH. Since the 19th
day of July, when tho lelugraptien left their
tickers upon the order of Master Work
man .lohri Campbell, do such degree of
excitement hat been manifested among
th m us eiists to-day, Early last evening
the news was spread that an order hd been
received from Jobu Campbell announcing
the strike is failure, by authority of the Ex
ecutive Hoard of the lirotht-rhood ; that ail
lm mlitTs w ho could were adriaed to return
to work after 3 p. m. that day. It was
further s lid that the mcs.ige was accepted
a genuine in New York, where a
total break-up had ensued.
The Hrotherhood here have, kowever, per
sistently denied It truth. Mortimer D.
Shaw, the local member of the Executive
committee, wan at LlhWrine's hall this
morning at an early hour, an aho were a
lur.'e number of the assembly. Mr. Shaw
said: "1 do not ercdil this dtory. There
is something yet to be explained, and I am
expecting dispatches every minute that
will se'tle it."
"Did you receive a cipher dispatch from
Mr. Campbell Haying the strike was at an
"Yes. but IHwas a forgery. The right
signature was not affixed, and until that Is
expl'iined 1 shall not believe It to be genu
ine. There wwe no good grounds for
di-rlariiit; the strike a failure. Our pros
pects of success were fine, and in a short
w hile tho Western Union would have me
eiimbed through shser necessity. If John
C'litipbell h:ul given out Hireb an edict be
hit done it without the authority of the
executive board. I am a mem
ber of that board and Its sec
retary. It lm had no meeting, and only
y. sterdiiy morning In answer to a telograin
i mm Campbell, 1 reported the outlook
safe and encnuriglng. If It be truo Unit
Campbell him done this, then I believe he
bus sold out (he ltrotberhood. But the
strike l not ended yet. The Brotherhood
of si. ,nulf, Chicago, Toronto and other
eitlei will stand shoulder to shoulder and
will win this light."
Cincinnati, August 18, Tho striking
opi'iKtoi s received no official notice of the
nbfindnniiicnt of the strike yesterday, but
this morning they sent a committee toSupt.
Miller to woTHHln on what terms they can
return. He showed them the form of thii
contract they would bo required to sub
scribe to, abjuring the Brotherhood, and
they went away to report. One striker has
signed and gone to work. Supt. Miller will
acton individual applications and fill vacan
cies according to the qualifications of tho
Nkw Yon. August 18. The strike
ordered yesterday on the Dakota flats, op
town, by the Building Trndo committee,
continues to-day, The non-union plnstcr
ers and carpenter are still at work on the
flats. Some non-union men were found to
dity at work on the row of flat on One
Hundred and Sixteenth street and Third
avenue, and a few of these have been In
duced to join the union, but others re
fused. If the latter do not Join the strike
tlioy will be ordered In, In case the em
plcycrs do not discharge thlm,
Washington, August 18, The striking
telegraphers went In a body to the W. U.
Mil 1). 4 0. managers, to-day aad aked t
l reinstated. The W. U. officials laid
there were no vacancies for flint-class oper
atom. Many of thu force put In individual
application at the Baltimore and Ohio and
were told their applications would receive
prompt conHideration, hut that they would
have to sign a pledge renouncing the Broth
erhood. A I Knn t'rnsirUeo.
San Kka.ncihco, August 18. The opera
tors are nstonlstx-d at Campbell 'i sudden
collapse, and view It as a remarkable coin
cidence that it should take place Just at the
time when the postal telegraph is extend
Itrfuriietl lit Work. '
New Yoiik, August IS. -This morning,
in accordance with the decision arrived at
by the Brooklyn striking 'longshoremen In
the employ of Woodruff & McLean to ac
c pt twenty-five cents per hour by them
offered the employes, about 200 men who
went out on Monday last, returned to
II A ITT TUI RlStTM
Climbing MountainsJKilling ,Oam
HavinRja Qood Time.
Camp Isham. Okos Vk.vtrb Rivir,
Wis., Augu.it 17, via Kort Washakie, Wy.,
August IH. The president and party left
Lincoln at Lincoln pass this morning ot
h::ni and continued a march down the tri
butaries of the (Jros Ventre and tho main
stream, a distance of nine miles, going Into
cunp at (itassy Point, on Main river, which
has been named Camp Ishaiu, in honor of
Hon. Edward L. Isham, of Chicago. Camp
Lincoln was a beautiful spot, presenting to
the eyo, towards the east and north, all
the grandeur of Shoshone, a range of snow
clail mountains, and west and
si.ulh the snow-capped peak of
ins Ventre range, are seen. Tines
and tamaracks cover the lower base, and
ihe lower lines of the ranu'e open at inter
a.s into tifautiful grassy parks. Tha de
si en; down the mountains to the Valley of
(,rn Ventre is ruzged, but was aceom
I li-hed by the President and party without
accident, they only dismounting at one
steep and difficult place. As we ap
pi oached Camp Isham the depression in
the range enabled us to get a view of the
lofty peaks of Teton range, at the base of
which we will encamp to-morrow night.
Secretary Lincoln and Captain Clark,
with two Indians started early this
morning in pursuit of elk. They will ren
der, no doubt, a good account by bringing
In'o camp to-eight tb result of five days'
hunt in the country, which abounds In
game The President atxl the remainder of
the party, by reason of both the exercfoe
and rest which the trip hai given them, are
in excellent health and trprriu. and are not
in the least fatigued by their ride on
horseback. The weather Is sool, the air
delicious and invigorating and the scenery
I'reas ommnt on Um Strike.
Nkw Yokk, August 18. The Herald
says the strike has been extremely useful
by impressing upon the public mind the ab
so tue necessity of a government telegraph
line to afford competition fhat can not oth
erwise be got, and which is necessary to
protect the public from the most serious in
terruption of business.
The Times says: "It may be safely said
that the Western Union company can never
regain the power that it had a month ago,
nnil It is possible that Its prestige and pre
eminence have received a fatal blow. Its
rivals are stronger than before, and over all
its efforts and designs will impend the
shadow of the government as a competitor
thit cannot be buHied or bouyht up. It
could far better have afforded to make
haste to redress every grievance and con
cede every reasonable demand than to
bring about the situation wdteh now ex
ists." The un says: "As the ease now stands,
it w ould seem plain that the strike was ill
advised and injudicious. The result has
dein instrated that there arc too many tele
graph operators In th country. Instead of
competition on the part of the companies
tl..l. : l . . ..
hi i i. oie uu ii FiTTieiH, uH'ro nas, rcauy
been a strong coin petition antong the opera
tors to obtain employment, and tills is what
has decided the (uc4ion of the strike.
Th" strikers have not been beaten by the
companies, hut by the facts. But If their
condition is ameliorated, U they are better
paid and are required to perform a more
reasonable amount of service, as we trust
will be the cae, we may say that they are
not beaten after all."
Winch kstkk, Ky., August 18. Officials
of the Chesapeake Si Ohio road have ar
rived at the sceno of yetitcrday racwnl ng's
explosion, and have done everything In
their power to aaalst the families of the
killed and wounded. Randolph Martin,
conductor of the freight train, was almost
Instantly killed, and Conductor MeMichacl
died a few hours after the disaster. The
local agent of the company at Winchester
has been held ropontiible for the aceldeut,
having allowed a car-load of powder to
stand side-tracked for days, contrary to the
laws of Kentucky.
A Wrerked II rig:.
IUi.ikax, August Id. In Deeembor,
17:2, the brig New Dominion sailed lfroin
Cow Bay, Cape Breton, for Yarmouth with
a cargo of coal and nothing was ever heard
of her. A diver at work at tho wreck of
Cedar drove, near Torbay Grove, discov
ered her hull at tho bottom, making out
easily her mime on the stern. She Is sup
posed to have run on tho same reet as Cedar
i live and to have sllded off and sunk with
I be I. oboe ('onifroan,
New Yoiik. August IS. -A meeting of
the Amalgamated Trade and Labor unions
was held last evening. CominlUecs were
appointed to arrange for entertaining dele
gi'o to Hie labor congress, In this eltytyn
Tuesday in xt. A resolution wa adopted
Instructing the Amalgamated unions dele
gate to congress to bring tho subject of con
vict labor before the federation.
Namkoki, III., August lS.-Last night
between 8 and B o'clock the body of an un
known man was found on the Wabash
road Is Mitchell, It had evidently been
placed there after death. The head was
off and much disfigured, as were also tho
legs and arms, Foul play Is suspected, as
a dirk was found In the body. The people
are greatly excited,
Urmu'o flailing Vmriy. t
L)KKit Park, Md., August 18. -flea.
Oranl and s party ot guests ot the Balti
more snd Ohio railroad visited Elk Garden
mining regions yesterday. On returning,
(leu, Grant hold a reception at
Piedmont, tnd In the evening the Gen
eral whs euterUUnod at President Uarrett'i
Flain Talk in Commons Rioting in Ire
land and Austria A Large German
Hand Purchase in 'South Africa .
London, Angmt 1M. -During the ses
sion of the House of Commons to-day
Gladstone look occasion to rebuke what be
termed 'he "habitual violemV'of language
used by Healy, the Home Ruler, tho mem
ber for Monaghan county. He said Healy's
utterances deserved the severest reproba
tion, as they were calculated to stimulate a
national hatred, which it had been his
(liladHtone's) d?irH to mitigate
tin! if possible to extin
guish. He regrcted that Hesly had plead
ed the w longs or Ireland a an excuse for
hisrenarks. While Gladstone was speak
ing he was frequently interrupted by
Bigpar, Home Ruler, member for Cavaa
The chairman finally notified Blggarlf he
did not desist he would name blm to the
House. Hetly, In responding to Glad
stone, was very defiant. Ho declared there
wa a state of war between England and
Ireland wired would become physical war
fare if tne Irish bad Ihe power to engage In
the siru'.'iilc . Ireland, he said, wanted
Justice, and not appeals to fine sentiment.
London. August 18. As O'Beirne
lllniii" Ruler), ;lie member of Parliament
for Li iti im county, Ireland, and a party of
friends were engaged in grouse shooting on
O'Beimc'a property in the county, they
were approached by a mob of partially
aimed men, who compclle 1 them to delist
from their spoil.
;k IHI. NT. e
Vkri.in Anjiisl ix. A business firm
of I'.r men, which purchased Angra Pe
qiietn, on the western coat of South Africa,
ha sent a schooner thither, and will open
traihe between their acquisition and Cape
Tiiwii. The tirm will also buy a strip ot
land stretching twelve miles inland. The
entiie area ol tne colony covers 10 square
mill . A section of the German press Is
Jubilant over the fact that the government
will permit the hoisting of the national flag
over the firm's purchase. The semi-official
Newspaper Post says It is convinced
that, if the German would promote home
manufactures by founding atich commercial
colonies they will not fall to receive tha
protection of the government.
liKRMN, August IS. Bismarck's or
gan, the North GerniaiiliGazeUe, says that
the l'npii his nominated VieirGen. Sniegon
as coadjiitator to Bishop IKrzog withonl
having previously consulted with the
Prussian government in regard to the ap
piiiniuient, thus ihowtng a disregard to the
existing agreements between Prussia and
Ai.kxandkia. August IS. There
were fitly deaths from cholera here Fri
day. A r.AF.TTE BCPPREfWED.
Caip.O, August IS. 'I he government In
tcmls to suppress the Lryutian Gazette, on
account of its haviug priuted satirical ar
ticles on the ministers. Four native pa
pers, which have also been printing ob
jectionable articles, have been warned that
their publications will be suspended if they
continue to print offensive mausr.
A l S I KO.II t Xtt t KT.
Viknna, August 18. A mob paraded
the streets of Trieste last evening crying
"Away with Italians and foreigners" and
"Lviva Austria." The rioters aluo at
tacked the Italian gymnasium and the
newspaper office. The riot crew out of the
explosion of a petard at the fete In celebra
tion of the name day of the Empe
ror of Austria. The police arrested several
of the rioters.
THE I0 H I lO.aj.
.MoNTiiKAl.. August 18. It is stated hers
that the promoters of the Ontario and Paci
fic railway from Cornwall to Ste, Marie,
have floated tit. Osi.noi on first mortgage
bonds in the I'liilcd States, and tho work
will be inaugurated shortly. The parties
connected with tho enterprise are princi
pally Philadelphia capitalists.
Si nrm off l(aci'.
Saiu'ioha, August 18. The weather ii
fine, the attendance very good, and the,
The first race, three-quarters of a mile,
for two-year-olds, was won by
Tai quln. B'lb May second, Bridget third
The second race, two miles, for three-
year-olds, was won by Cioorge
Kciuicv, Bessie second, Tennyson third.
The third t ace of a mile and a furlong,
for all iiges, wa.i won by Ballard, Bucca
neer, second, (ileanor third. Time,
The fourth race of three-quarters of a
nil lo resulted in a dead heat between Helen
Wallace and Calloo, ArialosU third. Time,
Is'iov Yokk, August is. Loans, increase,
f j,ss',ikl; specie, decrease, $2,413,400;
legal tenders, decrease, H4 1,200; deposits,
decrease, $l,(Vi.'.H)j circulation, Increase,
r1ii,.'iK); reserve, decrease, 2,40,02.'). Tho
banks now hold ?ftl, fri7!,lt0 In excess of
their legal requirements.
Speelnl Trolling Match.
RilCHKHTKK, N. Y., August 18. -B.
A. Chirk and (1, It. Chase, of the Utlca
Driving Park Association, have made ar
raniieinents for a special trot between the
stallions Duqiiesmi and Director, fofo
purse of t'-'.UOO, to take place August 21 ut
i tica park.
The Intllnun, Hank.
Indianapolis, August 18. Bank Hx
smlnerllay authorizes the statement that
the First National bank as reorganized Is
beyond doubt one of the strongest hanks In
Utility ol tinnier.
Has ton, Pa., August 18. -The Jury In
the easo of John Dlllman, on trial for
the nsurder of his wlfu in March last,
returned a verdict of murder In the first
A Uelanllftr. '
Warrkn, (),, August 18. The Second
National bank closml Its doors last evening,
K. M. Fitch, the caahlor, Is reported to bo
s defaulter for from $70,000 to $80,000.
Simpson says that when be asked the girl
who Is now Ills wife to marry him she
suld. "I don't mind," and ihe njver has
A Democratic newspaper In Keutu.iky an
nounces IU platform as a "tariff for
rsfSBUt and wUsksf to voJr bates ob!,"
Wasiiinx m, August 18. Private la
fo. iiiaiiuii has been reueivid from PentsaeoU
t ihe effect that Surgeon Owens Is dowm
it', yellow feier, and that there as ftfO
e. . . in !he yard and three outside, an4
im i " : linger of Its spreading. Asslaiaist
Siiiginu Madden and a civilian and pbyst
Cian are looking after the sick.
itn ctoN, August 18. The yacht Amer
lea sailed, to-day, under sealed orders with
iniv. Butler and a few friends onboard.
Tins is ids first vacation, and be wfJI leave
the mails and telegraph far behind. Ho
does not fxpict to be home Before
September I. Lieut. -Gov. Ames will act
H chief execilt've.
Wa'ohnoton, August 18, Tho condi
tion or the treasury to-day' shows: Gold
coin ami bullion .f ji .:,, 624; silver dollars
and bullion tl l8.'Jl!l,U.K8; fractional silver
im in .g7. !Mi7,0S'.i; United States notes
-'.J .71-; total. HU3,01D,810. CertlflcatM
oiiisianding, gold $07,635,830; silver, J7i,
" i:,!; currency, $12,215,000.
Juilo; Hlark do Bottor.
Yol k. p., August 18. There Is Tory
Utile cjungc in the condition of Judge Black
sine i.;-s evening. Tho , physicians report
very slight Ipiprovement and the . case 1$
still precarious. v "
I'll K I.AflOR COMMITTEE.
Interesting Testimony as to the Effect of
Ni:w Yokk, August 18. The United
siati s senate Sub-committee on Labor and
K I lie it ion resumed ibi lession to-day.
vimiicl liouipeia, president of tne Amal
gamated Trades and Labor Unions of this
city, was recalled. He claimed that the
increased productivity in England, eonse
'iiieiit upon improvement In machinery, was
ihe direct result of reduction in hours of la
bor, .ii I in this country, when the hours of
labor were restricted as in the caee of
M isvu-husfiii, where there was a ten-boar
law guveriiing all the textile industries, too
statistic showed that the production was
miii h greater th in 1 other states where
employer could work their men for any
lime. He said that the factories of Massa
cluisctts produced more yarn to the
spindle and more cloth to tho loom than
in K'lioje Island or Connecti
cut. The w itness said that although many
of the strikes wiiieh have takea place dur
ing t he recent years had failed sometimes
fi'niii iii-urtiriciit organisation and sonie
tiui s from bad management, he thought
tic y should not be condemned as uijnrlosu
to the workingm.in. As a general ruse
tliey had always redounded to the benefit of
the laboring classes. The statistics of ttM
-hikes in this country showed that ia the
majority or cases strikes hid been suocnos
(ul. During the bust two years there bad
hern Ion strikes and all were won or cota
pioinised except twenty, which were loot
or unaccounted for. In the C"1g:innkjrs
I'nion it tvas customary to make an equali
zation of funds of each society every
six months. The recent telograpbers'
strike had failed, as the first attempt of all
trade organizations bad done, tun the ex
perience gained would be rueful to them
in future movements. Qompers denied that
the oeiali!ic element had gained control
of all labor organizations in this country.
It ;iii ti t be the case with a few of the smal
ler ones, but the object of the gre.it unions
was not only to secure benefits for their
members by mutual combination and
legitimate a eans, but to remedy eztoUog
eils. He recommended an enforcement oil
the National eight-hour law and not to
legalize the incorporation of trades trtrianJ
tlioi-otiglioul the country. The imaeadtga
tiou will be continued next Monday.
HOGs-Quiet and slow; 5O10 loweta.
Light $j 2.Vrf5 70; mixed packing $4 60ta
4 !.: good to choice ft Wmi 00; heavy
packing and shipping $4 Wftto 25.
( A I'TLK Steady; exports $5 90(96 2&;
good lo choice shipping $ 15o ; eostt
mon to fair H 0b(af.
C A TTLE Kx porters feOOWsS 15 ; snad
to heavy do & borri.'i 70 ; light to fair W 004J
4 S'i: cii.nmon to medium $4 oOiHd 00; fair
to good Colorado Waio 00: southwest $3 73
to4; grass Texans JiiiVaHsO; Ibrhi to
good stackers $ t Mt 75; fair to good feod
ers isi 7.Va4 i"); common to ehoioo native
Sows and heifers K 2Cv4 So; scsllawags of
anv kind W WHit'l DO.
I lot is -steady and active for light to
good Yorkers. Heavy descriptions weak
and Irregular. Itight' to good Yorkers
K W(t'! rough mixed to good packing
Vi 'Jorai'i tO; Phlladelphias $.1 2fVM 30;
and skips and culls $4 6004 75.
Sll KKP Common, medium and IrghL $'J 80
ftt'i 2o; fair to good $.1 00fVJ 73 ; prime
Y. KittiA 10; fair to good Texaas (2 75(9
WIII-:.T-lwer; closing at $1 01K
August: -.1 02'1. September; $104'- Oc
tober: ti is! November; tl 01 V year.
t iiBN -Lower; oO't August; MX
September; 4!ls October; 48 Novem
ber; 4d year; 47 May.
o.VTS-Lower; 25 ' August; 28 X Sep-
temiier; 2'i' October: "jriVs year; aaf May.
hi', Lot; is.
WHKAT Lower; closing at tl 05. Au
gust: rii 07 September; H 01 Si fa S October;
Jd 1 1 S November; $1 05 ' vear.
CORN -lrtegular;44' b. August ;45VScp
tmilier; 4ilSi Octoberi 43 W b. November;
41 ', vear; 4:1 Si Mav.
oa'I's steadv: g.'i's August; 24V Sep.
(ember; 2,)l October; 24). b. year; '
WIIKAT-Angust $117H; September
$1 S'f; October tl '.'OS; Noverohnr$l 23 V.
Coli.N August (i4; September U2V;
Octnbef li'J'i ; November ti'-'Si.
oATS- August ; September 04.V;
Octobt" ilfi'i ; November 35 V.
llf 'n'F.K-Creamerv sells at 10(321 for
clioice (o fancy to 21 forseleetlons; seconds
at d.ri'f ratei; dairy at 15M17 for choice to
faniiv: fair to good 10((il2; common 8ro)10.
Coil n t ry packed .Slow, eholco at 9(319,
poI'LTIiY-Sprlng chickens small and
sciibby tlof I 25, fair to good $1 50(il 75,
choice i-, nnil fiinev largo $2 25. Old
chickens-Cocks $2 75f3, mixed $1 1V
.-, hens fcUOMl 80. Spring ducks $2 50(4
LOGS Firm and In active request at
I5W 15 i ; for choice marks. Doubtful lots
Country markets shade higher. Weathsr
In Kiigliuid wut. Spot wheat quiet; No. 1
spi lnirlbi 2d. No. spring none In mar
ke'.; Western wlnlor Bs 4d. Mixed West
ern corn strong at 5s e.Vd. California de
ellned id. Wheat and corn demaud from
Ihe Unlled Kingdom and C-Jntkant faw. j
.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 in the back
i3 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
Urown's Iron Bitters, and
it does this by commencing
at the foundation, and mak
ing the blood pure and rich.
Log.insport, Ind. Dee. I, l!So.
Fir a long lima I hav been a
luffcrer from stomach and kidney
disease. My appetite wu Tery poor
and the very small amount I did t
disigTted with me, I wu annoyed
very much from non-retention of
urine. 1 tried many remedies with
no success, until I used Brown's
Iron Bitten. Since I used that my
stomach does Dot bother me any.
My appetite is simply immense. My
kidney trouble is no more, and my
general health is such, that I feel
like a new man. After the u of
Ilrown's Iron Bitters for on month,
1 have gained twenty pounds ia
weight O. B. Sakcint.
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.
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