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cases of iJiuhthcna yield lo It.
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the house attain in three
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i used the Fluid during
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Soid, Eyrie, Ala,
1 he physicians here
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Tetter dried up.
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The eminent Thy.
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H1M.S, M. !., New
iork, tays: " I am
I convinced Prof fJarhys
Prophylactic Fluid is a
Vanderbllt University, Nashville, Tetin.
1 testify to the most excellent qualities of Prof
parbys Hrnphylaclic Fluid. As a disinfectant and
deternent it is both theoretically and practically
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f. A. J Hatti.i, Prof, Mm er Univrslty;
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PHYSICIAN fc SURGEON.
Hpeclal attctitltiii paid to the Il'imuopaihlc treat
meat of puriflcal dlauisi-s, tod aleaci of women
and chl drua.
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A TERRIBLE CALAMITY.
A Steamer Careens, Throwing
Two Hundred Persons
Leu: Sixty Drowned-Count d
Chambord No Better-Tho
Cholera Still Raging
Lokdo.v, July 8. Intplligenca baa Just
re:bi?J licit? of a terrible calamity during
the launch ut the r'iimliip Dalpbne at
ClaaKow to-day. While Ir-Iiik luuncliaj
alie M over on Iter (IJh, prlpiiatiiiR a
nuinlxT of people into tlin water. Over
one hundred particular of the calumity at
(ilNj:ow Klnte that the Daphne, which was
coii'iruotcd for a coasting trade, in a vessel
of Ave hundred fim burden. Two hun
dred workmen were en hoard when Mie
cpi.ed. The accident occurred In Ihe
middle of the river Clyde tiftcr the Imiuch
lug. It ii oot exactly known how iimnv
pcrsoaa are drowned, but It ii feared the
uunilirr will rmch over one hundred.
!K1 Jtll-S OF THIS AOUDiNT.
I.oxhov, July 3, A later dipatch from
Glut:ow aya that the Daphne capi-ied
nnar Itrnfrew, live iuile from (.laifow.
Tiadic In Ihe Clyde in (.impended owing to
the Interruption to the navigation by tlio
c;ipi.cd Meaiiii r. The Ditphne left the
Way at a very fait rate, and worn he
Biiictl the water he rolled from lido to
Ide. The peion on board, fearing .he
would cupsie, ran to and fro. The vnel
lin tlly disappeared Letii atb Ihc wuii r.
I bone who maintained poaltiom on the
kicuiiier not nubineiKed, did
their titmoat to kave thoNn who
were ca-t overboard. At the same time
boata pulled out to avtist in the work of rei
cuin' tbeuofortunau- people and lucceeiled
in avln quite number. It Is known,
however, there were fifty persons below in
the Daphne when the vewitl went over, and
they niuat all have been drowned. Crowd
of jrrlcf trickeii rclativci of the victims ire
flwlsinir to the ncene. Another dispatch
from Glaacow ay that Ihe Daphne had
too much top weight. Steamers are
dragging the water for the bodies of the vic
tim. S-sveral of the people who were
taken from the water alone were o we.ik
that It wan necenaury to remove them to the
Infirmary. The ateamer is now under water
wlih trie fifty bodies before mentioned on
board of her.
SWAM TO ailOHB.
London, July 8, The Daphne had all
ber machinery on board wben ahe was
launched. A later dikpatch from (ilugow
say that many of the person" who wcr
precipitated Into the vvaierwHy, nh....
maurlce. uridf f foreign secretary, Hated In
the Common! thla afternoon, that the gov
ernment bid no Intention, for tbcpreient at
least, of proponing an International confer
ence on the aubject of a quarantine against
ANOTHKR IKItHIBI.K ACflDRVT.
LospriK. July 3. At Huddetield to
day, while the ateim tram waa descending
an incline the brake altamou to it laueu to
work and the car waa capsized. Two of the
occupanta were killed and thirty injured.
Some of the later are in a precarious con
dition and it l feared will die.
London, July 3. Uu lion gone into the
Bank of England ou balauce to-day, 43,-
Rome. Julr3.-It la asserted that the
Count de Chambord has received the papal
PAK18, July 3. The Duke de Xemoura
and Ihe Duke D'Alencon have gone to
Krohidorf. the rcaldence of toe Oount ue
Chambord with the Count de Paris, Large
crowdi were present at ttie onurcnea in
which maaaei were laid for the rocovery of
the count from h! present critical illness.
The Duko do la ltochefocauld Hlsaoacca
and Prince de Loon are at from
dorfl. A niessengcr w ho reached here from
Frohsdortt brought Information that the
physicians In attendance on the count have
little hope of hli recovery, Hii mind Ii
olear. Count de Cbavlgne arrived In Paris
direct from Frobsdorff. He sayi the count
la making a desperate struggle and may last
lomo dayi, but that his recovery U linpos
alble. He vomits everything he takes Into
his stomach, la very much emaciated and
Ai.kxanphu, July 3.-1 here were
twelve deaths at Mausweah and four at
Smnannud Monday from cholera, Trafllo
between Por; Said and Syria la prohibited,
owing to Ihe outbreak of cholera at the
former ilaw. A luinle prevails at Jiddah
because of the expected arrival mere oi
live (teamen from India with pilgrims on
their way to Mecca. It la feared they brlni
the germs of cholera.
Ht'ATl r.KKll IN TUN I S.
Canto, July 8. Tho sanitary council has
ordered the nomilatloii of Datnletta to be
removed from their dwellings and scattered
In tenia. The Infected quarter of tho town
lias been partly disinfected and partly
KkcliNi duly Tim Lord Drutsehe
I'lltinir, the orgiin of Jdsinurek, says the
government of Germany and Prussia Is
devoting great attention to tho subject of
cholera, l ite eoiiiiulssioticrs are to aciu
blt forthwith In i:ou.unctlon with the Im
perial board of heallb to dellberato on pre
pKCUKArtK OI' SfKCItt.
llnnt.iN. JuW :i. The aiiitcnient of the
Itnnnrlal Hank of Germany shows a de
crease of specie of 113, 173,000 marks,
A War Iaitre In VmeU
CillCAiio, July 3. A special to the Dally
News. Llltlo Koek, Ark., sayas A fight oo
currcd at an Indian dance at Bird creek,
Indian Territory. Monday night. Over
one hundred Pawnees, with drawn levol.
vers aud knives, look part in It, Two
Indiana were killed and otlien wounded,
Pal.lNR, Kits., July 8.-rully two-thlrdi
nf the wheat nruu of this section has been
harvested In Alio ilylo. Tu weather has
i.un uieiir and tho fartiieri have never had
better weathur for their work. It Is ready
it. but wheat oroo which bus beeu bar
vested ia this quarter for n.
flAJRO. ILMNOR WEDNESDAY MORNim nfTrb
lasUraatfaaal Traakmafcer1 Comtd
St. Louia, July D. The truakmakers'
International union, which Is now holding
Us annual convention In this city, was organ
ized a year ago at Chicago, wben wily four
cities. Detroit, Milwaukee, St. Louis and
Chicago were represented . Since that time
the growth of the organization has been re
markable. In the present convention twelve
cltlei arerepreseeted, and the proipuot is
that during the next twelvemonth n-ui!y
every chy In the Uulted States and Cannda
will add Its forces to the organization. The
object the organizers of this union have
In view la both benevolent and protoctlve.
During sickness each member In good
standing Is allowed $4 a week if single and
if married. The same rule applies In
case of strikes ordered by the international
organization. The Idea In the m ods of the
founders of this union as set forth in the
preamble of their constitution was not to
nolle as a band of secret conspirators
against the Interests of their employers,
but for the sole purpose of maintaining a
fair, equitable remuneration for tbeir labor,
and to succor ono another la casks of dis
tress. The organization baa under con
sideration the establishment of a co-operative
trunk manufactory to be located tn
some western or central city, for the pur
pose of establishing the standard rates for
work and the employment of trunk-makeri
in case of strike.
Cricauo, July 3. -Delegates to the Antl
Monopoly convention, which opens to mor
row, are bore In largo numbers. About
five hundred are expected. Among thois
on band are A. A. Carey and J. J. Cava
naugh, of New York, a'. Clark Kean, of
New Hampshire, C. J. Lamb, of Kansas,
.Samuel Crocker and D. N. Hendler, of
Columbus Junction, Kas., Nelson R. Nil
mer, of Brooklyn, Thompsons. Blssell, of
Nebraska, and John Vf. Keogh. of New
York. The states that will certalnlv be
represented arc California, Oregon, Colo
rado, V I -eon in, Minnesota, Nebraska.
Kausas, Missouri, Texas, Arkansas, Mtss
slppi, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa,
M;iine, Now York.Netv Jersey, New Hamp
shire, the two Virginias and Alabama.
A Qnarrel Murder.
I'ETKitfBtKH, Va., July 3. About
midnight a difficulty occurred in Blanford
between Barney Jones and Woodson Dunn.
Jones accused Woodson and bis brother,
Lewis Dunn, of having induced hla (Jones')
wife aud daughter to follow them, intimat
ing that Improper motives were underlying
their action. Words ensued. Jones seized
an old army mu-ket loaded with blrdshot
and fired at Woodson Dunn, the charge en
tering his groin and passing through the
body, making a wound two iuches l:i diam
eter. Dju cannot recover.
I'TifA, N. Y.. July 3.-In a collision be
tween two work trains on the West Shore
road in L'tica, a'joul seven o'clock this
niornlii!;, Michael Brown had both legs
crushed to the knee. Ills recovery is
doubtful. Morris Uuuennvn bad his right
foot crushed. Wm. Gorman. John Kyan,
Chas. Adams and Samuel Newall were
bruised about the head, face and 1)0iy,.buA
A Ke)rMl f'jrlonei.
New Yokk. July 3. A special to the Sun
iavs the town of Cromwell, Conn., was do
stroved bv a cyclone yesterday, and four
teen livesslost. The Associated Press have
asked for particulars, but thus far nothing
Las been received. The story is generally
IIakitord, Coua., July 3. There wai
no damage done at Cromwell and no lives
The Lexington Cadela.
Nkw York. July 3. The Lexington,
Virginia radets arrived here this noon, and
were receled by the Twenty-third regiment
of Broo! lyn and escorted to their quarteri,
They bring the Hag of Oac Hundred and
Fifty-fourth New York regiment, which
was' captured during the rebellion, and
will formally present It to the mayor of tho
citv coverament to-morrow. None of the
New York City military loos pari in tne re
ception or escort.
A Roast Bjowii l.
Wit.KEARARKK, Pa., July 3. The boilers
of the steamboat Susquehanna, owned by
the Plymouth Nivlgatlon Company, blew
ud hero this morning. The boat was torn
toDlcccs. No pasrengors were on board.
The following employes wero Injured i
John P. Dctwller, fireman, arm broken
and concussion of thd brains he cannot re
cover: Perry Hughes, the engineer, bands
and face burned; Charles Miller, the pilot,
cut and bruised about the body.
N'rw York. July 3. Kedmonds, tbe
re entlv Imported English prize fighter,
ami Chas. Williams, colored, wrestler from
Virginia, met In the prize ring back of
Laurel Hill. Long Island City, at 4 a. m.
to-dnv. Edmund had tbe best or it arter
throo months. and Williams, by advice of
his second, attempted an upper cut, and
slruek Kdniunds bebw the belt. The
refiuee declared It foul, and gave tha bat
tle and stake of $100 to Kdui'ind".
All Ihe Polls Jnrora IHaehra;ed.
Viaiivu.i .k. Timiii.. July 3. Iii tho
nf I'l.sints Treasurer si. i. iota,
Use seven lurors vorn were uiscuargeu,
l'olk Hill. Juror No. 1 In
UIIMH r Hiiu.il - ... it i
eluded, on the ground inai an nau
... t ...... i uitii mil. who was alleged to
(IS'ISIIIIU .'.. -. -
,i,...r.wi Mm lurv mi account or
Ulise ciiiiiuiiiii""' - .
his supposed partially or sympathy with he
Polk family. Atiotucr jury ...
pantled If such tiling ue iusaiic.
a Mi.nmiient to Cusler.
Montfi.10. Wis., July S.-The granite
shaft which Is to mark the spot wh",, ':
ter ami the seven companies of l nwta
l:. ..,.i. 1..1.1 iinwii ibelr lives was
PLUiea i-nvisii n.v
I in Mniilunn. Ifomlav. l lie nionu
nmnl enna ata nf ft I'll II! OI irlOIUIIIIu Hi"".'-
four and a half by live and a hair iet i,
i.,nn.iL..ni ii,., aamn ma eriai. it is
IHJt V.I W. Wl.nu w. II'" " .
liiser bed w 1 1 1.400 etterS. Hie nmc
Tha Hnrned Alma-House.
tlsnniaatimi. Ponn.. July 3. Th
burned-out paupers aro tenting near
mil., nf ihe 'nun V Alms liousc.
lnsmin havo been taken to ia atriums
lust above here, and the twelve who es
.ii.itii ut a till at. iiirirfl. i no iiur v
. .... iriL. .iinli atrn
Hi hnNnltitl hffl. liOH, OVf Wi0(H)
i..-n. viii (xm. Tha house will be re
llinui ssiivv f fw
iimw v. v.. JiiUa.-HenrvWIckei.
an aired lawyer. haa einuewieii
atiPnti a as I w,r . .
about M,000 of trust funds and moneys
,.ii,.i..,i aiiornev of Mrs. Catharine Van
ltensaalaer, of GrsenbusU. wioaes ,
lMts nslaualiut tha fundi sinCS ltili U US
(raBi lnierviWMt rnoor.ilsi( tho
I.ONO Branch, July 8.-Crn. Grant still
penlsU lo refusing to talk about the actions
of Mr. Sartorls, bts joi-ln-law. A reporter
called at his oottagt this evening and found
the general seated on the porch.
' "Oners!, I would like to know what you
thluk of tbe recent publications concerning
Mr, Sar "
"What publications?" '
"Why, the accounts published in the
dally papers connecting bis name with a
Mrs. Bush "
"I don't know anything about them,"
the general replied, bis eves flashing an
grily, "But you bive mrely read them, haven't
"I decline to talk with you about tha
Batter at all, " the general replied.
Though the general refuses to say any
thing about the matter, It la evident to the
moat casual observer .bat he is very much
put out about It.
"You can depend upon It that Gen.
(Jrant will not be satisfied with the exp'.an
atlons Mr. SartorU baa made through tho
newspapers," said a gentleman who
Is uuinbered among the gener
al's intimato friends, "They are
not at all satisfactory to him and when
Mr. Hartori conies to the branch be will
have to give a more definite account of bis
relations with Mrs. Bush. The general la
resolvod to sift the niulter lo tho bottom.
He hat taken the affair into his own hands
and does not want any of his family or
frlenda to Interfere with him. A dispatch
from Chicago s day or two ago stated that
Mr. Sartorls bad started for Long Bra eh,
but If be did be has not yet arrived hero.
It Is stated, though, that len. Grant has
telegraphed him to come on here iniujedl
lately. ALL SORTS.
A' Father Loses His Life in Savin His
Children A Murder Accidents
Business High Li
Anhonu, Conn., July 3. Monday aft
ernoon John Murphy, employed as a fire
man in one of the factories here, took bis
two children out for a walk across tbe
fields. 'While the little ones were romping
the father sat down beside a largo water
fall near the track of tha Naugatuck railroad
and played upon his flute. The noise of
the waterfall drowned all other sounds, and
it was not until the shrill whistle of the lo
comotive only a few rods distant at a curve
iu tbe road aroused him that the father hud
a thought of the approach of the Sunday
milk train. The children were seated noon
the track In front nf the approaching train
and wore throwln cobbles Into tho
water. The train was bearing dawn
upon them at high speed. Murphv
cried loudly to the chlldien and rushed
toward them. The engineer discov
ered them and promptly reversed bis en.
gine and applied the --cir lather had
..'.tis'- -l ' Hla little girl he threw
to tho right or me traca iuui a mump m
bushes, and his little son, with a swlnjr .f
his foot, he sent sprawling through the air
to tbe other side of the
Irack. Tie had no time to
escape himself. The locomotive struck him
is be stood facing It. His nouy was
hurled against a telgrapli pole and he Ml'
to the ground a corpse. A crowd of people
soon collected, and among them Jiurpny s
wife and six other children. Thla afternoon
Murphy's funeral took place and nearly ev
erv residence of the village turned out to do
his memory honor.
Tbe Dow nlna: lllarh l.treiiae law Ap
plies lo fit, l.onla.
Jkkkkkhon Oiy, Mo., July 3. Ihe
Supieine Court of tlio at te mai;es Known
its decision upon the test case of 1 roll vs.
Collector Hudson In which the facts were
agreed upon and which was brought in tho
form of a mandamus in order that It might
bo iried without dvlay. The nucstlon Is the
constitutionality of the Downing High Li
cense law. The bill, as it became a law,
requires that the amount of the licenses go
for certain county purposes of tho county
In which the plane is situate, Now the
itate of Missouri Is composed or such and
uich counties and the city of St. Louis
a-blch is In no county at all. Hence the
ioubt If tho bill applies to this city,
In tho supreme court this ovenlng the
writ of mandamus was denied and the
Downing high license law declared to apply
to the city of St. Louis, and also to the rest
of the state. The opinion was rendered by
three presiding Judges. Hough, llay and
hlra Mreot Rllwaya.
Chicaoo. July 3. Tbo charters of the
three Chicago street railways expire by lint
Itatlon In the nresent year, and under the
original grant the clly has the right to pur
chase fhe roads at (heir appraised value
Tbe uronoscd renowal of the charter has
provoked a wide discussion, ana a proposi
tlnis has been made bv ten capitalists to ad
vaiu o tho money for ihe purchnso or uio
roads, and to pay Into tho clly treasury,
annually, 10 per cent, of the gross revenue.
Tim street railway olllclnls deny thai sucu a
tironoNltlon can bo or lias been made. Their
supposed willingness to accede the right of
the city to the revenue rrom inem is uowu
In an ordinance submitted to the council last
night to pay a yearly license of ou each
car operated on condition that the chafers
arc renewed for twenty years, inn orui-
nance was referrod.
Ieniaiil for Pensions.
Washington, .uty 3. -Commissioner
Dudley, In conversation with reporter,
said ho bolloved the promise made to Con
gress that every pension claim would have
been considered by his department iy mo
close of tho flsaal year would be fulfilled.
There had been during tho year a consider
able In tho number of claims tiled over tniti
of last year, as the following llgures will
show! Original Invalids IM82, !fl),004; 1KK3,
87,S0fl, Original widows, IKM, iu.i,4ii;
IHKil. 120,l)ll!f. The increase in me nuiuner
of claims tllod Is duo to Ihe Increased num
ber of agents, who want a ten-doiiar roe.
Tho nunibor of attorneys neioro uio u-
partmont Increased from ,wwuiiii,uw
sine the passage of fhe pension law.
UALVBSTON.Tex.. 'luly 8.-TB0 bark
s..im. frruii Vera crui. arnveu nero
Monday, It la reported mat whhu at mm
port flye of her men, Including tho captain,
wore lies with yeiiow lover, um
men died June 13, Tbe others recovered.
Tha vessel Vera Crui June au. smoe wiucu
time thershai been no slckneia loroau.
k eniiimiileatlon whatever auoweu
with tbe Salotuo until tbo expiration of tha
THE HAYTIAN GOVERNMENT
Aroussd at the Shipping of Arms tnd
Ammunition From this Country,
a iiii.AOELPHiA, July 8.-The Haytlao.
Government is not iath.tK'd with the result
of tho recent trlsl agunst those who shipped
arms and ammunition and tueo In tho
American steamer Troplo to Mlragoano.
Hsytlan Consul residing Id this city has,
therefore, been directed to exhaust every
appliance of law to convict the principals la
this expedition. On the trial Messrs.
Warner A Memt, the owners of tbo
Tropic, denied all knowledge of the con
tents of the boxes shipped by them oa
March IS. H. A. Kearney, a shipping
commission merchant of 23 Whitehall street,
New York, and formerly Consul for
Haytl at New York, testified
that, acting under orders from
Suted A Co. , of Kingston. Jamaica, ha
purchased cannon from W. Frasler, 190
Hroadway, aud arms, ammunition and
other military stores from Herman, Boker
4 Co., 103 Duane street, street, New York,
and ordered them to be shipped to Mr.
Moody at Port Autonio, through Warner A
Merritt, and that all the arraugomeiiu for
their transportation were made by Kearney
with Chas. K. Itogers, shipping clerk of
Warner A Mnirltt.
Tho Haytian Government employed ex-Attorney-fieneral
MacVeigh to assist the
government officers in prosecuting those
who fitted out tho expedition, and, not be
lug satisfied with the conviction of a captain
and mate who knew very little about the
affair, tho Haytian government has sued
Warner A Merritt upon chaigea of violating
the nicrtgatlon laws carrying gunpowder
without license, carrying passengers on a
freight certificate of Inspection, and per
mitting their steamer to leave port without
delivering a manifest to tbe collector of
VirKsnrnti, July 3. -Captain L. M.
Cole, a member of the board of luporvls
or, was found in the road between this
city and his residence, five miles distant,
his body riddled with buckshot. No ar
rests were made, but there Is a clue to the
So Yellow Fever.
WASiriMiTox, July 3. Tbe surgeon-
general of the marine hospital service re
ports that the Ciilted Statos Is free from
yellow fever with tho oxception of two cases
on lioard a foreign vessol In quarantine at
Lot I a H It rr 14.
Wa.mhim.to.v, July 3. Lolta Crabtree.
tbe actress, was married here Monday
evening to O. Kdwln Hum, of London,
whom she met some years since In Califor
nia. CJeaseral Drnni'a Vlall.
W amiinoton, July 8. Adlutant-Oener-
I Drum will leavo Thursday on a visit of In
spection to tbe military posts on the North-
Tii-ksfif k(, July 3. Tbe murderer of
Mrs. Christine Urmbasoh was takem from
Jail at Mayorsville Monday and lynched.
The Trad Dollar.
IIarrirbi'ko, Pa., July 3. The senate
passed a resolution roqucstlug Congress to
make the trade dollar a legal tender.
Concoko, N. H., July 3. The only
change In the ballot was In favor of ex-Gov.
Bell, who gained two votes.
JULY 3, 1883.
1,1. e moot.
lions-Dull and" weak; lOiVflUe lower.
Light 5 tiWU 16; mixed packing $5 60a
ti ui); heavy packing and shipping 5 9Ufc
C A TT L K E x porta $5 flOTa M; good to
choice shipping W 3.V6 (W; common to
fair 10 .off, 4 WKdfi . Dull and 10c
CATTLK Export steers Jo 655 00; geod
10 heavy do $i 3.Vof 65; light to fair H 90
r,") In; common to medium $4 88;
fair to good Colorado Wi H6; southwest
11 ".VoH W; corn-fed Texans $4 XM 26;
light to good stockers $3 00(03 90; fair to
good feeders W 0Wttl Mi common to cholos)
native cuws and heifers $3 6fVrf M6; scalla
wags of anv kind i'l 7.VM M).
Hi S- Lower and weak; hardly any In
quiry; A few sales fo city butchers only.
Llirhl grades $Ti 90f; mixed packing and
ti..ail..u iii tl.Vnill.
SIIKKP Common, medium and light
lf-J 4(lf(f3 Ml; fair to good 44 80; prime
M mirnVi 00: fair to good Texans, $J 76
I 00 lambs $1 AVov.i 75 per head.
U rat is.
at iw'.'c July;
II ui l, August ; i
$1 04. Ociuher; 1
November; 08 K
Aiiitiisti 4 S September;
ArH-l,.mer, at S'i1.ruly;128V
August! ifV'i Scptoniher; 27 year,
WIIKAT Lower: closing at $1 04
,1 1 1 1 v : 1 o.-i V August; tWi September;
1 ii; October: $1 03S a. year.
('t)UN-l.nweri 43K duly,
Atmust; 4S Meptnmbor; a. Onto-
ber; 41 vear.
OA'I'S-Lower; 31 W July; August,
Will: VT-lulv $1 10; August $1 08V;
Sepieinlier $1 ohH. . .
oltNIuly ; August tW'i; Septem-
bOATS-July 40H; Auguit 47V; Sep
RUTTER-Croamory at for
choice to fancy, to !tt for
mleetlons. Dairy at 1WaM7 for choice to
fanev. anil IH fur sulnellons! fair to good
10fa)t2: etimtnon 8ftIO. (Joiintry packed
quiet at Willi for choluc f rosh,uV.7 for medium
ami iftite fur Inw arade. ...
KHOSChnlce brandsof current rcealpts
are slcadv sale at I He, but old and doubtful
stock, mid eases nontaliilng Uulnoa eggs
bsvn lo be snld for much less. Guluoa eggs
MiiisUliln at Tfri'HO.
l.ivii roUl.TRY Old chickens wert In
llirht supplv, good reuuest and itoidy at
M ''ft .1 Ml for cocks, W 7IW4 W for mixed
ml UM &0 fur hem. Small and medium
aland springs dull and dragging at lg
1 txi: fair sited $1 W4im good slaed 60
Country markou rather dull. Good
mixed American oorn to arrive dwllned
Dd. Hoot what quletf Ho. a "P""
Id No, .iprlnalhi Id;
.' California dswllnwl Id.
lam iiiiint at tts. Demand rrom
ffiuud iuigdom ..d Cca-iwottorwkaa
aild tn 4uU Mid usglectitd.
Brown's Iron Bitters
is one of the very few tonic
medicines that are not com
posed mostly of alcohol or
whiskey, thus becoming a
fruitful source of intemper
ance by promoting; a desire
Brown's Iron Bitters
is guaranteed to be a non
intoxicating; stimulant, and
it will, in nearly every case,
take tho place of all liquor,
Mul at the same time abso
lutely kill the desire for
whiskey and other intoxi
Rev. G. V. Ricu, editor of
the Amo-'ctvi Christian AV
x'irtc; .says of Urown's Iron
Cin.,0., Nuv. 1 1), 1 83 1.
(liiils: The foolish wul
ii14 ol it;t force in business,
l IcMirc, ami vii mus inilul
geiice of our people, makes
your preparation u uecissity ;
and if applied, will save hun
dreds who rcaort to saltoua
fur kniporury rccuicMtiuii.
has been thoroughly tested
for dyspepsia, indigestion,
biliousness, weakness, debi 1
ity, overwork, rheumatism,
liver complaints, kidney
troubles, &c, and it never
fails to render speedy and
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