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THE C A TIRO DAILY BULLETIN.
CAIRO, LL1K0IH. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 4 1K83.
A Household Article fur I'ularaal
For Scarlet and
I'ox, Males, and
II Contagious DUeuaoa. 1'ertorn waiting on
the Sick ihould me il freely. Starlet Fever hai
never been known lo iprcad whtr the Huiii wiu
ud Yellow Fever ria been cured with it after
black vomit hud takrn place. Tin worn
case of Liihtheria yield to it.
Feveredand Sick Per-1 SMALL-FOX
eon refreshed and ; and
H.il Horen prevent- PITTINO of Hmall
nd by luiiiiu with , yox I'KKVKNTKD
Impure Air m'l
A nirmberof my fam
ily .n taken with
Small pox. I uted the
Fluid.; the patient wa
not delirious, waa not
pitted, and wat about
tt '..loute attain in three
v'V, and no othert
fcd it -J. W. Pakk
hamlet and purified.
Fur More Throat il i. a
For Fronted Keet,
Chilblain!, I' Hen,
butt White Complex-
tuna teeured by ut use.
Hllip Feer prevented.
To purify tKe llrealli,
Cleanae the Teeth,
It can't be aotvattad.
Catarrh relieved ai
Hurna relieved instantly,
Irytente; J ruled.
Wound healel rapidly.
1 he physician here
use Irbyt Fluid ery
I tuccenfiilly in the treat-
Qicnt of l)iphthcria.
i Tetter dried on.
An Antidote for Animal
or Vegetable Pottont,
I uaed the Fluid during
Mir prevent affliction with
Scarlet Fever with de
tided advantage. It it
IruiuperuuMe t the tick
room. Wat. f. Sam
roin, Eyrie, Ala.
lleer purified and
Id eaten of Death It
thould be used about
the corpte it will
prevent any uupleat
The eminent I'hy.
MMJt, M. 1)., New
York, wrtt "I am
convinced Fmf Darbya
Prophylactic Fluid u a
Vanderhllt I'niveralty. JiuabrflU, Tenn.
1 tntify to the most etceileot qtuliuea of Prof.
Darbyt Proph) lactic riui't An a ditiarfeetant and
determent it both theorctkally and practically
tupenor to any preparation with which 1 ajn ac
quainted N. T. Lurrw, Prof. (Jhemmry.
liarbya fluid la Kncoiumended by
Hon AlxaI) II. Stii-Ham, o Ooricia;
ki-v. Chi. r. Lai, D.D., Church of the
Slnir.grrv N. Y.;
lo. 1.iCnti, Columbia, Prof .Univertity.S.C.
Kev. A. J Battl, Pr"f .Meiret Univrniiy;
Kev. Cwj. F. Puna, Bithop M. . Church.
I.NDIrr.NSAllI.K TO KVFRV HOME.
Perfectly harmleM. l?tol rmemally ut
rtirriully for Man rt Hrao.
The Fluid h. Iwn thoroughly tested, and we
have abin't.nt evidence that It naa done everything
here claimed rir lull' r nif rinatmn et of your
in.il d pamphlet o tend lo the propneturt,
.1. it. zrn.ix & co.,
Manufjcturii Chriimu. rHILAriF.LPHIA.
l it )FEaHluNAL CAKlJ.
KOWiK II. LEACH, M.D.
PHYSICIAN fe SURGEON.
Upecial attention paid to the Hune. pathle Irrat
metit of auritital diaemct, and Qlrea.i of womon
indrbldren. ... ,
i.vili'K. fin Hih atreel. OPPCiito Mi Poet-
office, t airo, III. .
YyitTJ. E. bIKONO,
12!J Ctuiiiiienital Ave, Cairo, III.
eti'dli. EI.Ec'TKO VAPOH MEIMCATKU
II AT II rf
A lady in attendance.
U. W. C. JOCKLYN,
rinMCK-KlgMh HtreM. near Ciimi. rtvt'. Avenue
JR. E W. WUITLOCK,
,v....Vn im Commercial Avenue, b-itweee
Kfitiand Nluth rltrtet
Shop on Ilalllday Avenue, brtweon r'uiirttt and
Blxth Btn-eta, Cairo, Illtnoli.
IVAI1 ktndanl Hitht and heavy hUcltamlttalng,
waaon aud carrlaL'O work done In the mo.t work
manMk manner. lliir.e-hoclu a .pec.alty and
VTI will nv the t.tf rrr4 fr tut c "f lef Cnnrlalol
DytptiHta, tsifk tlrailaiha, Mnitli., Comiiil" or to,tl.nn,
watauooteorvwiUi Wnl'i Vaaiil Lit" l lw
lioai r, itrlrllv enropltoit with. 1 liry are prlr eiaWt, and
f.n -- ii.i.. n.. ll.m. r.iklff.1. t.wrM hnlfft.ree
,.i.l. in nill tt iii Vr ula lv all druiMtM. '
eounirrMu ui. lmluii..nt. Tha .nuiin niMutai-iiifed ly tr
JOHN f, WI.ST i n , IM IM W. mim ei , vaKr
Irw Ul ukiK will by ami prvui "k''1 " a "ul
Health is Wealth !
it 1iyMati fll rn aNII llltill.l 1 ltnrli
... . . lleaieu ae lif
1,11 . 7 V : 1 vau-ria. Dirii.
MINT, a KIlHr. m". -i" - KmrHltll,
ivf,! intnry Hwrnw.-
To euro any u. With escn vn K7,, will
cure, tiuurautees laiueu vuur uw
IIAltRY V. SOIIUII.
jPaW'W amxfcMMAaMMItta,HH "laWa
J i i iiitVTKK MIX. HOAI.M
a aa.altiff MI.
DruggUt, Cor. ComiDirclul uvo, 18th st Clr,
A TERRIBLE CALAMITY.
A Steamer Careens, Throwing
Two Hundred Persons
At Lear: Sixty Drowned-Count d
Chambord No Better-Trie
Cholera Still Raging
Loxnoy. July 8. Int'llln Iim Jnxt
reactied here of a lerrlhle fulaniliy unrinir
the Utinuii of tba Mtruiiohlp I;iluhlin at
Glutrow to-day. While livlii? Imincbod
ahefi'llover on btr aide, peclpliutliiK a
numhiT of people into the wait-r. Jver
one burulrei) particular' of the culurnlly at
Q!aiCow Mate thai the Daphne, which wa
ooU"truuld (or a coailn; trade, U a ve-el
o( five hundred ton burdea. Tvt hun
dred workmoti were on bonrd when ah
capalzed. The aci'ldi-nt occurred in I he
middle of the river Civile after thn launch
ing. It u not exactly known how iminy
pcr03 are drowned, but it It feared the
mini her will reach over one hundred.
DETAIL AF THK ACCIDENT.
London, July 3. A later ilipatch from
(ilan'ow aay tbal the Daphne cup-led
near lteufrew, live ruilca from Olaeow.
Traflic in th Clyde Is tuiapended owlnjf to
the Inlrrriiptlon to the navigation by tbo
capaiv.t-d atcaniT. The laphne left the
Way at a very fist rate, und whi n the
rained the water "lie rolled from iltia to
aide. The peraonn on board, feariud he
would caDir.e. ran to and fro. Tho vrel
linnllv diaappeaied bcmalh the Wuli r
Iboae who maintained poaition on Ibe
learner not lUiiiuerKCd, did
their titmoit to i-avo those who
were cait ovcibourrl. At the tame Unto
boat pulled out to aaiat In the work of rev
cuing the unfortunate people and luccceded
In aavlnij quite a number. It It known,
however, there were fifty peinont below in
the Daphne when the veacl went over.and
they mint all hare been drowned. Crowd
of ericf xtricken relativca of the vl:tiuii ire
fiockintr to the tcene. Another dipat:h
from (iloacow lays that the Daphne had
too much top weight. Steamcri are
draKKiiilt the water for the lKdle of the vie
tuna. .Srveral of tbn people who were
taken from the water alone were ho weak
that il wax ntx-eaaary to remove them to the
infirmary. The tteamer it now under water
tin the fifty bodies hefore uieutioned on
board of her.
WAaJ TO sriOKK.
London, July 8. The Daphne had all
ber machinery on board when the wax
launched. A later dispatch from (i!us!ow
aaya that many of the pentuua who were
precipitated into the water awaui to thore.
Jt KATlM AU4lSI CIMIl.r.KA.
London, July 8. Lord Edmund V'lt.-
m an rice, under foreign aecretaiy, itated la
the Ommom thi afternoon, that the rov-
ernment bad no Intention, for the preaent at
leat, of propmiii!; an international confer
ence on tbe subject of a quarantine against
AKOTUKR iKRHMI.E ACCIDENT.
London. July 3. At Huddrifield to
day, while the atemn tram was deacemliiif;
an Incline the nrakc att netted to It lalleu to
work and the cJir waa raptized. Two of the
occupanta were killed and thirty injured.
Sorao of the later are in a precarioun con
dition and it it feared will die.
London, July 3. t!u. lion gone into the
Hank of England ou bitiauce to-day, 13,-
- " IRAX F.
Rome, July 3. It l asserted that tho
Count de Chambord bas received the papal
I'Aitis, July 3. The Duke de Nemours
and tbe Duke D'Alencon bave gone lo
Krohtdorf, the residence of the Ooun de
Chambord with the Count de 1'ai'K Lafjjo
crowds were present itt the uhurche in
which majifcea were tald for the recovery of
the count from h!x preaent critical illnets.
The Duke de la Ituchefocauld Hihauaectt
and Prinee de Leon are at Krohn
dorff . A iiiehKcnKer who reached here from
Krohndorff brought Information that the
phytlduns In attendance on tho count have
little hope of hi recovery. Ula mind la
clear. Count do Cbavlgne arrived in Paris
direct from Frobudorff. He syii the count
la making a desperate truglo and may lat
lome days, but that hla recovery it impoa-
ilble. lie vomlu everything he taken into
his stomach, is very much emaciated and
Alexandria, July 3. There were
twelve deuthK at Maunweuh and four at
Samanoud Monday from cholera. Traffic
between Por; Said und Syria is prohibited,
owing to the outhreak of cholera at tbe
former place. A panic prevails at Jidda!)
because of the expected arrival there of
live tteamer!) from India with pilgrims on
their wav to Mecca. It Is feared they bring
the germs of cholera.
HCATTKKF.t) IN TKNT9.
C'Altto, Julv 3. The Military council has
ordered the population of Duiuletta to be
(moved from their dwelling and tcalterod
in tenia. The infected quarter of tho town
lian been partly (Uninfected and purtlv
Bkiii.in, July U.-Tlie. Lord Deutieh
.eituiiK', the orpin of Klaiiiurck, auvs the
government of (iciinnnv and l'nila it
devoting (rreitt atteiilloii to the atiblect of
cholera, Tim eoininUiiiiiei'a uro 1 1 iism'UI
hlc forthwith In conjunction with the Im
perial hoard of health to deliberate on pre
lii;Clti:,t(tK OK MPRCIK.
Bkiilin, July !!. The Hliilenii-nt of the
Imperial Hank of (lermitny shows ado-
crease of speeli! of ::t, lTH.ixK) marks,
A M ar nance lu I art,
CniCAiio, July il. A special to tho Dally
News, Little Kink, Ark., says: A fight oc
curred at un Indian dunce it Bird creek,
Indian Territory, Monday night. Over
one hundred Pawnees, with drawn re vol
vers und knives, took part In It. Two
Indians were killed and otben wounded.
Saline, Kits., July S.-Fully two-lhlrdi
of the wheal crop of this section hits been
harvested In flno style. The weather hus
been cler und Hid fiinners buve never hud
better weathi r for their work. It I ready
the bt wheal crop which bos boon bur
vetted lit tllu fiuurtex for jean. 1
lataraalletaal TrsmkmsJior't Coafon"
. 8t. Louis, July 8.-Tu truukmakiri'
International union, which il now holding
Its udduuI convention in this city, waa organ
ized t year ago at Chicago, when only four
cities. Detroit. Milwaukee. St. Louis una
Chicago were represented. Since that time
tbe growth of the organization bas been re
markable. In the present convention twelve
cities are represeeted, and tbe prospect is
that during tbe next twelvemontn neany
every city In the United Statts und cunnau
I add Its forces to the organization, i n
object the organizers of this union uave
In view is both benevolent und protective.
During ulcknets each member In good
standing is allowed $4 u week if single und
Wlfmarrlnd. The lame rule applies In
cane of strikes ordered by tbe International
organization. Tbe Idea In the raluds of the
founder of this union as set forth in tbe
preamble of the.ir constitution was not to
unite as u band of secret contpiratori
r'uinst the Interests of their employer,
but for the sole purpose of maintaining u
fair, equitable remuneration for their labor,
und to succor one another in cases of dlu
tress. The organization bas under con-
tidcratlon the establishment of u co-opera
tive trunk manufactory to be located In
some western or central city, for the pur
pose of establishing the standard rates for
work and the employment of truak-maken
In case of itrlke.
Tba Aiiti-Vf iDpollla.
Chicago, Jul' 3. -Delegates to tbe Anti-
Monopoly t-onjrriitlon, which open to mor
row, are here In large number'. About
five hundred are expected. Among thoie
on hand ure A. A. Carey und J. J. Cuvu
nangb, of New York, A. Clark Keao, of
New Hampshire, C. J. Lamb, of Kansas,
Samuel Crocker und D. N'. Ilendler, of
Columbus Junction, Kas.a Nelsou B. Nil
mer, of Brooklyn, Thompson S. Bissell, of
Nebraska, und John W. Keogh. of New
York. The ktatea that will certainly be
represented are California, Oregon, Colo
rado, Ylicoili). Minnesota, Nebraska.
Kansas, Miiouri, Texaa, Arkansas, Miss
isslppl. Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa,
Maine, New York,Nw Jersey, New Hump
shire, tbe two Virginias und Alabama.
A t)narrl Murder.
Pkieksucro, Vu., July 3. About
midnight u difficulty occurred In Blanford
between Barney Jonea and Woodson Dunn,
Joues accuned Voodo3 und hU brother,
Lewis Dunn, of having Induced his (Jones')
wife and daughter to follow tbem, intimat
ing that Improper motives were underlying
their action. Words eusuetl. Jones seized
an old army muket loaded with blrdshot
and fired at Woodson Dunn, the charge en
tering bis groin und paselng through the
body, making u wound two inches h diam
eter. Dunn caunot recover.
I'tica, N. Y., July 3. In u collision be
tween two work trains on the West Shore
road in L'tlca, aiout seven o'clock this
moruin, Michael Brown had both legs
crushed to the knee. His recovery is
doubtful. Morris Hutterrurn had his right
foot crushed. Win. Gorman. John Ryan,
Cbas. Adams and Samuel Newall were
bruUed about the head, face und body, but
ure not seriously hurt. Both euglnes were
disabled. There wus u dense fog when tbe
accident occurred. ' I
A utopasruxi C'yrlono.
New York. July 3. A special to tbe Sun
says tbe town of Cromwell, Conn. , wus de
sirovd by a rrrlon -jnwtorday, and four
teen livesjjloiit. The Associated Tress have
aked for particulars, but thus far nothing
has been received. The story is generally
Hakiford, Conjp., July 3. There wus
no damage done at Cromwell and no lives
The Lexington Cstdels.
New Yojik. July 3. The !xlngton,
Virginia cadets urrived here this noon, and
were receded by the Twenty-third regiment
of liroo'. Ivn and escorted to their quarters.
They bring the flag of One Hundred and
Fifty-fourth New York regiment, which
was raptured during Uie rebellion, and
will formally prcxcr.t it to the mayor of the
city government to-morrow. None of the
New ork City military took part in the re
ception or escort.
A Boat Blown l'p.
Wilk KftRARRE, Pa., July 3. The boilen
of the steamboat Susquehanna, owned by
the Plymouth Nivlgatlon Company, blew
up here this morning. 1 be boat was torn
to pieces. No passengers were on board
The following employes were Injured
John P. Detwller, tlreman, arm broken
and concussion of th j bruin; he cannot re
cover; Perry Hughes, the engineer, bandi
and face burned; Charws Miller, the pilot
cut and bruised about tbe body.
New York, July 3. Uodraonds, the
re entlv imported English prize fighter
and Clio. Williams, colored, wrestler from
Virginia, met, in the prize ring back of
Laurel Hill. Long Island City, at 4 u. m
to-day. Edmund- had the bst of It after
three months, und Williams, by udvico of
his second, attempted an upper cut, und
struck Kdinunds bebw the belt. Tbe
referee declared it foul, und gave tbe but
tic and stake of $100 to Kdmunds.
All tlie 1'olk Jurors IHochnrft-ed.
Nashville, Tenn., July 3. In the
case of cx-Slat-J Treasurer M. T. Polk,
the seven jurors tworn were discharged,
James Knox, Polk Hill, juror No. 1 In
cluded, on the ground that nil had been
associated with Hill, who was alleged to
have contaminated tho Jury on account of
his supposed partially or sympathy with the
Polk family. Another Jury will be Im
paneled if such thing bo possible.
A Monument lo t'usler.
MoNTBLLO, Wis., July 8.-The grsnlte
shaft which i to mark tbo pet where Cus
ter und the seven companies of I'nlted
State cavalry laid down their lives was
shipped to Montana Monday. The monu
ment consists of u cube of Monlello granite,
four and a half by five und a half feet, rest
ing on u base of the same material. Hi
inscribed with 1,400 letter, tho names of
Tbe Burned Alm-loae.
IIarrisbl'ro, Ponn., July 3. The
burned-out paupers uro tenting near the
ruin of the County Alms House. Tho
Insunn huve been taken to the usylum,
Just ubove here, und tbo twelve who es
caped ure still ut large. The sick ure In
Hie. hospital here. Loss, over 1200, 000;
Insurunce, 30.000. The house will be re
built. r.tnbualetl tSO.OOO.
Albany, N. Y., July 3.-Henry Wlckes,
an aged lawyer, ha embezzled
about $50,000 of trust fund and moneys
collected as attorney of Mrs. Catharine Van
KetiRHUUter, of Ureenbusb. Wlcke hai
been uiUualug tbe fund since 1071. lie hua
(irtusl lntriwt ronoernlas; tbe
Lonu Biunch, July 3. Ju. Qrunt still
persists Id refusing to tulk about tbe uctions
of Mr. Sartorli, but 4sn-ln-luw. A reporter
called at his cot tag this evening and found
the general seated on the porch.
' O'inTil, I would like to know what you
think of the recent publications concerning
"What publication?" 1
"Why, the accounts published In tbe
daily paper connecting hi nume with u
Mrs. Bush "
"I don't know anything about them,"
the general replied, hi eyes flushing an
grily. "But you buve surely read them, haveu't
"I decline to talk with you about the
(natter at all, " the general replied.
Though the general refuses to say any
thing about the matter, It is evident to the
most casual observer ihat he is very much
put out about it.
"Ynu can depend upon It Ihat (ien.
Grant will not be satisfied with the explan
ations Mr. Sarlori bail made through the
newspaper," said u gentleman who
Is uumbered amonir the gener
al's Intimate friends, "llicy are
not at ull aulUfuctory to him and when
Mr. Sartorl come to the branch he will
have to Kive u more definite account of hi
relation with Mrs. Bush. The general Is
resolved to sift the mutter to tbe bottom.
lie bas taken the affair Into hi own hands
nd dors not waul uny of hi family or
friend to Interfere with hlra. A dispatch
from Chlcairo u dav or two aeo stated that
Mr. Sartoris had started for Long Bra' ch,
hut if he did he bas not yet arrived here.
It 1 slated, though, that (ien. Grant has
egrapbed him to come ou here iuuucdi-
Father Loses His Life in Sarin" His
Children A Murder-Accidents
Business High Li
Ansona, Conn., July 3. Monday aft-
ernoon John Murphy, employed as a fire
man in one of the factories here, took his
two children out for u walk acros the
fields. While tbe little ones were romping
the father sat down beside u large water
fall near the track of the Nuiigutuek railroad
and played upon his flute. The nniso of
the waterfall drowned all other sound. and
it was not until the shrill whittle of the !
comotlve only a few rods dlstaut itt a curve
In the road aroused him that the father had
a tboiiifht of the annioaeh of the .Sunday
milk train. The children were seated upon
tbe track in front of tua approaching train
and were throwing cobtiles into the
water. The train was bearing otn
uoon them at high speed. Murphy
cried loudly to the chlldien and rushed
toward them. The engineer discov
ered them and promptly reversed his en
Eine and applied the brakes, but not until
the rim of the cowcatcher was wiinin a tew
!t,:et of the children. Their father bail
trained their side. His little girl he threw
to the rlcht of Ibe track into u clump of
liU'hes, and his little son, with a Kwing of
hi foot, he sent sprawling through tbe air
to tbe other fide of the
track. He had no time to
escape hlmclr. Tbe locomotive struck him
as he stood facing it. His body was
hurled against u telegraph pole and he fell
to the ground u corpse. A crowd of people
soon collected, nnd among them Murphy'
wife and six other children. This utcrnnnn
Murphy' funeral took place and nearly ev
ery ieiJonce of the vlllairo turned out to do
his memory honor.
Tb Downing- lllft-li l.loenxe I, aw Ap
plies lo M. I.otila.
Jefferson Crrv. Mo., July 3. --The
Supreme Court of the sttte makes known
its decision upon the test case of Troll vs.
Collector Hudson in which the facts were
agreed upon and w hich was brought in the
form of a mandamus in order that it might
be tried without delay. The question is the
constitutionality of the Downing High Li
cence law. The bill, us It became u law,
require that the amount of the license go
for certain county purposes of tho county
In which the place is situate. Now the
ttate of Missouri Is composed of such und
tuch counties and the city of St. Louis,
ivhich is In no county at all. Hence tbe
loulit If the bill applies to this city.
In the supreme court this evening the
writ of mandamus was denied and the
Downing high license law declared to apply
to the city of St. Louis, and ulso to the rest
of the state. The opinion was rendered by
three presiding Judges. Hough, Bay and
Chicago Mrrof Railway.
Chicago, July 3. The charter of the
three Chicago ttreet railways expire by lim
itation In the present year, and under the
original grant the city has the right to pur
chase the roads at their appraised value.
Tim proposed renewal of the charter has
provoked u wide discussion, nnd a proposi
tion hat been made by ten capitalists to ad
vance the money for tho pure huso of the
roads, and to pay into tho city treasury,
annually, 10 per cent, of the gross revenue.
The street railway olllclals de ny that such a
proposition can be or has been made. Their
supposed willingness to accede the right of
the city to the revenue from them Is shown
in an ordinance submitted to the council last
night to pay u yearly license of $.'0 on each
car operated on condition Ihat the char'ers
ure renewed for twenty years. The ordi
nance was referred.
Heniaud for I'cnalona.
Washinctun, July 8. Commissioner
Dudley, In conversation with u reporter,
mid hn believed the promise made to Con
gress that every pensWn claim would have
beou considered by his department by the
close of the fitoal year would ho fulfilled.
There hud been during the year a consider
able la the number of claims filed over that
of lust year, us the following figures will
show: Original Invalids Wi, !,004; MM.
$1,iW. Original widows, mi, KM.WJs
Wl. lJfl,(Hl2. The Increase In the number
of claims filed I due to the increased num
ber of sgents who want u ton-dollar fee.
The number of attorney before the de
partment Increased from 4,000 to 111,000
fclnce the passage of the pension law,
UaLVRSTOn', Tex., July 8.-Tho bark
Salome, from Voru Cruz, urrived hero
Monday. It Is reported that when ut that
port flro ot her men, Incfudlng the captain,
wore ilck with yellow fever, One of tho
men died June 13. The other recovered.
The vessel Veru Crux June St. laoo which
time there ha been no sickness abroad.
No eoiumu'kleutlon whutever I ullowed
with tbe Sulomo until tbe axplrullou of tba
THE HAYTIAN GOVERNMENT
Anused at tht Shipping of Arms
Ammunition From this Country,
aTiULAOKLPHiA, JulT 8. me uayiiua
Government is not satisfied with the result
of the recent trlul against those who shipped
arms and ammunition und men In the
Amerieun steamer Troplo to Mlragoune.
Huytlan Consul residing in this city bas,
therefore, been directed to exhaust every
appliance of law to convict the principal la
this expedition. Un tb trlul Messrs.
Wurner St Merrit, the owners of tbe
Tropic, denied ull knowledge of tbe con
tents of the boxes shipped by them ou
March IS. H. A. Kearney, u shipping
com mission merchant of S3 Whitehall street,
New York, and formerly Consul for
Haytl at New York, testlfl!
that, acting under order from
Sutod & Co., of Kingston, Jamaica, be
purchased cannon from W. Frailer, 290
Broadway, and arms, ammunition und
other military store from Herman, Boker
& Co., 103 Duane treet, trcet, New York,
und ordered them to be shipped to Mr.
Moody at Port Antonio, through Wurner A
Merritt, and that ull the urrangemeuis for
their transportation were mode by Kearney
with Chas. K. Kogers, shipping clerk of
Warner A Morritt.
Tho Hit) tian Government employed ei-
Attortiey-Ocncral MacVelgh to assist tbe
government officers In prosecuting those
who lilted out tbo expedition, und, not be
ing tutUtled with tbe conviction of u captain
and mate who knew very little about tbe
affair, the Haytian government has sued
Warner & Merritt upon chaig. u of violating
the lucfipation laws carrying gunpowder
without license, carrying passengers on u
freight certificate of inspection, und per
mitting their steamer to leave port without
delivering u manifest to tbe collector of
ViCKSfii itti, July 3. Captain L. M.
Cole, u member of the board of supervis
ors, was found in the roud between this
citv and bis residence, five mile distant,
his body riddled with buckshot. No ar
rests were made, but there I a clue to tb
No Yellow fever.
Washington, July 3. The surgeon
general of tbe marine hospital service re
ports that the I'nlted Slate Is free from
yellow fever with the exception of two case
on board a foreign vessel In quarantine ut
Washington, July 3. Loltu Crabtree,
the actress, was married here Monday
evening to o. fcdwin Huts, or Lonuon,
whom she met some years since In Califor
nia. UrDorfti DrnuVa Vlall.
W amiinoton, July 3. Adlutant-Oener-
al Drum will leave Thursday on a visit of In
spection to the military posts on the North
ern Pacific railroad.
Vicksbl'RG, July 3. The murderer of
Mrs. Christine Urmbaoh was taken from
Jail ut Mayorsvllle Monday und lynched.
The Trade Dellrtr.
Harrlsbi kg, Pa., July 3. The senate
pused a resolution requesiltig Congress to
make tbe trade dollar u legal tender.
Concord, N. H.. July 3. The only
change in the ballot was In favor of ex-Qov.
Bell, who gained two votes.
Jl'LY 3, 1883.
1,1. e Mioek.
lit KiS Dull and weak; lOfdlSo lower.
Light " OOtoU lf; mixed packiug ft WO
t 00; beavv packing and shipping $3 903
CATTLK Kxports 5 fiVdo P0; good to
choice shipping ." 3Vdti tfO; common to
f:iir 10 off, U mad 20. Dull und 10c
CATTLK PIxport steers $r, 8MW 00; rood
to heavy do $b V(f,) OS; lit'ht to fair ft 90
( l.'i; common to medium U 0ft4 86;
fair to goott Colorado U'ai M6; southwest
f-1 7.Va .15; corn-fed Texan $4 liOftrti 'lb;
light to good Blockers 1 WaJ 90; fulr to
good feeders $4 00fo4 lift; common to choice
native cows and heifers $3 6&H 86; seullu
wai:s of anv kind f'2 7.VM SO.
HtMiS Lower und weak; hardly uny In
quiry; A few sales to citv butchers only.
I.li.lit grades $T) 90f3C; mixed packing und
hi avles fc o.Vl.
si IKKP Common, medium und light
$2 40i7f3 M); fair to good 4f4 80; prime
,H ihm.'i 00; fair to good Texans, $4 7Sff
i 00 lambs $1 ZVdl 75 per head.
WIIKAT Lower, closing ut IWS'c July;
Jioi'a August; il 0;l September;
fl 04 t October; 1 Oi November; US
.i ..t inly
ttit irreguutr; a Jiuy; "i
August; 40S September;
ber: 40 S vear.
o.VTS-Lower, ut am July;! as
August; 'J7l September; 27 year.
WHKAT-Lower: closing ut. $1 04
Julv; 1 V August; $1 05 September;
$1 ii7 October: $1 0HS a. year.
COUS Lower: 43 July; 4ti
August; 48 September; 47t u. Octo
ber; 41 ' vear.
OATS Lower; 31 July; 20 W August,
WIIKAT-Julv $l lOSi; August $1 08V
September N Oft Si.
( iKN-Jiily m ; August (Wi ; Septem
OATS .July 40; August 47V; Sep
nUTTKlt-Crcamery ut lDuf'il for
choice lo fancy, to 22 for
selections. Dairy ui 1iViI7 for oholca to
fancv, and Id for selections; fair to good
10'ojI. : common eVrfli). Country packed
quiet at Hfu'D for choice fiesh,tJca7 for medium
anil Ifa'iu for low grade.
h'HOS Choice brands of current rcoelpls
ure steady sale ut l.'lc, but old und doubtful
stock, and cases containing Ouinea egg
bave to be sold for much less. Guinea eggs
quotable ut 7raHe.
LIVK POULTUY-OWlehlckeni weru in
light supply, good request und steudy ui
M 25 3 60 for cocks 43 71W44 00 for tnlxod
und HCaA M for bens. Small und medium
ulr.xd spring dull und drugging ut flflr
1 50; fair sized $1 7&rlo; good sliced J Ml
Country market rather dull. Good
mixed American corn to arrive declined
8d. Spot wheut quiet; Ho. II spring .
Id. I No. spring 8 Id; weUrn winter
Ds. California detillnetl Id. Weulern
oorn quint at ft. Demand front
tii,ii-rl Riinrdoui und CouUueut for Wfctui
1 Md ra UuTl uod iMglevtssi.
No Whiskey I
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 the place of all liquor,
aivl at the same time abso
lutely kill the desire for
whiskey and other intoxi
Rev. G..W. Rice, editor of
tho American Christian Re
view, says of Hrown's Iron
Cin..O., Nov. i 6, iXSi.
(ichts: T'lic fuiilisli wait
ing ui vital fui co in lutnc,
pleasure, and icioti indul
gence of our people, makes
your )icpar.Uiiiii a necessity ;
and if applied, will s.nc hun
dreds who resort to sai.joi.s
fur temporary n-t-upci.tiiuii.
Brown's Ikon Bittkks
has been thoroughly tested
for dyspepsia, indigestion,
biliousness, weakness, debil
ity, overwork, rheumatism,
liver complaints, kidney
troubles, &c, and it never
fails to render speedy and
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