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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN
Colt Its net,
Impurity of the
111. Mid, Fever and
mid ull DUeetel
caused l7 De
rangeuieut u( Liver, Uuwel and Kidney.
TMPTOMS OF A DIHEASED LIVER.
Had Breath: Cain in the Si.lc, aometimca th
pai It (ell under the Shoulder-blade, miitakea fur
Kbeumatuni ; general Ion of i4tite; Bowttt
genVaily cottive, tomrtimct alternating with lat; ,
III head It troubled with pain, it dull and hty.
Witt contideraMe hit of memory, tixuBipaniea
Witt t painful tenia lion of leaving uuduue lonictlnng
which ought to have been dune; a alight, dry couD
and flushed (act it tometimea an attendant, often
trmulttrt or consumption; the patient coaiplaint
of earirte.i and debility; nervout, eailly turtlcd;
(eel cold or burning, lornetiinri a prickly teniatioa
of the tain eaiili; kiriii are low and (ietpondeot,
ant, although latiihcd that earn ie wnuld be bene,
fecial, yet one can hardly luinnmi up fortitude to
try it in fact, ditirutt every rrrtxly. Several '.
of tic above lyniplonit attend tlie diteaM, but Cam
tavt occurred when but few of them taiiied, yet
eaammalion after death hat howD U XJver to
hare Uceu ctlcniively deranged.
It kbotild be utd by nil iinrtoni, old lad
Ttfng, whenever any of the above
Vartof Traveling or Llvtlfg la Cn
hii-u iMtitu',r V a lUt occaawlto .,
all to ... a.e Liver in healiby ;,otuii, will avoid
all Malvlu, lllllout attack, iJluineaa, Nan
us., lr. ineii, iJepreMion of Siinii, etc. It
will inv... :ate like a glut of iiie, but It nolo
tf Ynu have eaten anything hard of
diKftttlnu, or fed heavy after rneali, or tlrep
U.l at night, lake a dote and you will be relieved.
Time and Doctor' ISilU will be tared
by alwayt keeping the Regulator
In the lloutel
fjt, whatever the ailment may be, t thorougldy
ta!e purgative, alterative and tunio ctn
wer be out ot place. 1 be remedy U harnileat
aad due not Interfere Willi butlotit or
IT IS ITRELY VKf SET ABLE,
And hat all the power and efficacy of ( ajoffel or
tannine, without any of the injuriout after effects.
A Clovernor't Tetlroony.
Simmoni Uver KegulatrT hat been in utt in my
tally fur lomt time, and I am nullified il il a
vtlua-ult addition to tlie nitilic.,1 icience.
J Gill hHixtTiH, Governor of Ala.
lion. Aleiamler II. Hephena, of (ia.,
lai: Have derived nme benefit (nun the use ol
Sairnoni Uver KcguUtir, aud tub to give it a
"The only Thing
only Thins that never fatlt to
Mleve." f have uied many fcrncdm (or Dyv
I.ivcr ArTn.tion and I'ebility, but never
live found anything lo benrfit me to the eitcftf
buiwciu Ijvtr keulator ha. I tenl Imm Min
Btou to Georgia f r il, and ouidd end further for
rich a medicine, and would advite all who are urn.
ii-iy affrcted lo live It a In J ai it Menu the only
hint dial never failt Ui relieve
I' M Jannit, Mlnnrapt4i, Mina.
Ir. T. AV. Maxiri nny : I-rum actual ei
pnence in the use of binun ;n Liver Regulator in
av practlix 1 havewieen and jun unified to UK
all prescribe it at a purgative medicine.
JfcjryTakr only the G-niliiii, which alwayi
i un the Wrapper the rrd Z Trade-Mark
ltd Hlg-nature of J. It. ZKII.IX CO.
KOR SALE HY Al I. IiRlVJISTS
jEOHUE II. LEACH, M.D.
WIVSiciAN S: SURGEON
itieelal atli-l.tlon Laid In tbe ll itnei.ntthle tr't
mat of aurmcal disentct, and Qlocairs of women
aal rhl dr. u.
tKrit'JC )n llih etrcet, oppcite the Pot
oh'. ealro. 111. - '
JjU. J. E. STUO.NO,
1215 rmiiiucrci.il Ave, Cairo, III.
VAI'Oll. KLBCTUO VAI'OH nii M EDIC ATKl)
A iady In tttiMntiiure.
K. W. C. JOCKLYN,
) Fa N11S T .
-Kllit titrret nenr ('nnm i.rrlal All' lis
U. E W. WUI ILOL,
Umui-Ko. 131 Commercial
ttk'i and Nlt.th Mtra'tt
hnn nn lUMIdav Avenue. ticVween Kulirth od
KUIU Htreetn, I'alro, llllllolt.
UTAH kind nl Hulit and lievy lilaekemllhlnR,
wagon anil carriage work done In tbe mo-r woik
.....hi., mannur. iirsu-s loctnir a tpecially and
lallf action gunraiituiAl.
WIwIlll'KVtrnaliortrfwaril Inranf nuaof Uv.r rmr,llrt'
DymI"". "I't Hvstanlis, lii,ll.ill..n.r.iiiilien ' Co.lln.M,
w.,iansoUir mUi W,.t' v rmrai.i. l.lt.r I HI', ts
llonisra ilrlclly Mniflwd mtili. Tlitytn pur,lv vitlalilt, ai.4
atttrhll to slvt wtulcl..n. H.nsr t'.iil. I.'i(. Inw.m
laliilnl wi I'lH". ml". ! y til ilrurifMi. rksi 'i
touultrMU tint ImlUtl'til. Tin ttnnlnt niiii'.trlurl mily If
JullN C, WI.ST A III i , ll A l;i W, M.li...n hi., Cbkaf.
Tnt trial win ly ui.il r,.J uumiwtvft J.tutiiauip
Health is Wealth!
.... ,. e-u.p'a KirnvK anii
lllt.MN Til HAT
lilt 1'.. ' f'7 1.. for llvateril!
"?' M!Ti T: PVr.r Nervmm . Nenr..lMin,
ntwa. ..n - . iiin PIIWK
ifnThuM Nirvnn rroHtrai on chumhi
S i k Z riii.tmt Inn cimsed by the M
il, e or over.i.i.l..lm.e.. fc f. i ym
mm mimth'i tnuittnent. 2i ,f
a.J i i tiavn.i: mix oi.
satathmaa nliHMIMl HY UVIM V" .t..l..-
tuure. Uuuruutoee tutuudonlyuy
IIAUTIY W. SOIIUII,
propgltt, Cor. Commercial avo.&taib it., Cairo,
M.B - ... I
nfc JJLjy JL M MXUVi
A DAY'S DOINGS,
Terrible Suffering of a
Wrecked at Sea,
More Paupers Landed in America
Encouraging Crop Hcports
Crimes and Sensations
Litta'i Death -Finances.
?5w YoiiK, July 7. The Italian
Pittnui-lf. fruiii 1 :il -r inn . li.t arrived
('apt. Kpoiito ami a new of twi-lvp
the Itjillan bulk I'mbi'ilu ( ut -iIuIm.
loui.ili r,.il at ! J mil in. The wn i'krd
Him liwit ar HMtiV'K of Ituly mid nitk no
Knu'lih. ( ;til. l alum a the CinliiTto
(iilsliilii ' left Torr;ivi, !niln.
(ailv liikt April ' wuli a car
I'd of Mtlt liiniiul f'r tli.H
ritv, I'ir w indi wiTi' cxiicrli'tn'cil : pood
tf 111, W;l. ll;n. Up Id June Hi. lit II) 11. III.
wlii'ii In Intlliidi) 20, IS, InniitU'li- :i;, a
tcilifii' kill:tll Klrilrk till V"rl, :i!iill'i
t!Vr ttihiir movable fr un 'jit dcks n I
c:im-Iiu her ti leW badly. Tlie iorm
finally niodcrtt'd, but the water a siuwly
fllllnp the n tit p . On the l'.'th at 11 p. in.,
whllu .?( men were at tilt) piiiniit, I he ve
I middeiiiy ave a lurch forward, rai.-ej
Ituoal I'rrpelillicillarly and raited head
fiiri'iniiiit Into the tea; the men upeedlly
tixiU to Die boat. An there wa no fonrl
I hey weiu in a pitiable condiLtnu. Kor two.
day they drifted about until we. finipd
ttieiu. Our altcotlon wn atiractrd Wa
llplit In the ditanee, which we at one took
to be a tittiial and antwered.- Ue found
them jierfeelly naked, nvery ilia) having
lliVeatetl hllllhulf of hit clothinp to I'UlKI
tire, wuieh served a a tlL'nal, The boat In
whleb we found them wat rapidly tilling
with watei. Tliey were too mueu ex
haunted to bail It out.
Nllll Mr "Aatlaleit" EralMraut.
NKw Yoita, July ,. the Anchor line
tcamer City of Home arrived yesterday,
and at ibe was known to bave a number of
assisted Irlab immigrants on board prepara
Uo were made to receive tbetu. The total
number of paanengers In tbe steerage of the
City of Home wan four hundred and forty
nine, out of which tbirty-niue persons were
found to bave come hither wltb aA'lstance
extended by the British government. Of
this number, thirteen persona came direct
from the workbouaee of Ireland. Tbe as
listed ai a clana, aave Ibe work bouse peo
ple . are much better than the usual run of
aaiiiu-d ImrulirranU'. There la not an old
person among tbein and all are healthy
looking, tbe men especially, being stout
and robutt. Many of them are expert In
tbe different trades, and tbey said tti
time were bard In Ireland, and that they
could not make a living. A number o
them bad lcttert In their poeiou from
friends and relatives, urglnp tbem to emi
grate to America. Sucb people were al
lowed to proceed to their destinations.
Otbera bad frtenda waitiug
for tbem at the garden and
they were alao allowed to go. Yesterday 't
load la tbe laat that the commUsioners have
any Information of as leaving Ireland for
this port. A aoon aa the City of Home left
UuoetiMown word wat Immediately tele
graphed to title city, and It It thought by
tbe eomrutilonei-t that bad any left Ireland
ilnce that Umo news would bave been re
ceived. A close watch, however, will be
kept, on all incoming steamer., especially
thole belonging to Um Anchor and National
lines, whleb, as far as ia known, are the
only lines that wlU bring tbe assisted Immi
grant to tale country.
Lot S Katleltte stod Ieertilai Chicago.
Chicauo, July 7. At 216 Schiller etreet
retlued Richard Sanders, a teamster for a
wholesale tobacco bouse, with his pretty
young wife and a babo only . a few months
old. Yesterday afternoon Mrs. banders
received a aote from Richard Raying that he
bad despaired of supporting bis family on
bis meager salary o( $10 a week, and had
determined to disappear. Inquiry at the
itore established the fact that be had dis
appeared. Before getting out ho took
the precaution to draw l,JJU
in cash that had been intrusted to bit
keeping by Mr. Waguer; hit wife's sis
ter, who, ny anextraorutnary coinciuence,
wat alto deserted by her husband about
two years ago. Mrs. Sanders was the
heroine of fiulet a lively little sensat'oti
about two year ago. Sbe was then M ss
Kitty Hill, not quiet leventeeu, and was
reputed to be a desperate flirt. She made a
conquest of a young drug clerk, whom she
lilted after toying with hi affections for a
time. He nought repono land. revenge by
polsooiug both himself and bis tickle
sweetheart. He died, tbe recovered and
Th Lottery ( atri,
Washington, July 7. rostmanter
Qencral Qresbam to-day beard the continu
ation of the argument In the lottery ernes.
Colonel Moulton and General Helkiutp
argued that the euipensl.o ot tbe original
order made by Potmator-Goneriil Key,
prohibiting tbe-lellvery of money ordert
and regls.Ued letters to the Louisiana Lot
tery company, operated at an abrogation of
that order. Stever, representing! ex-Hep
resentatlve Robertson, contended that the
suspenalon was only Intended to alloVv a
Judicial determination ot the status of the
lottery company. When their appeal was
dismissed by tbe Supreme court the sum
pension of the order expired, and Ihe orlg.
tnal order of prohibition again prevailed .
Sander followed for the Louisiana Dlstrl
huiton company, and Southard spoke for t
Colorado lottery company.
Aa Important Wltneaa Murdered.
Washington, July 7. lho attorney
general has received a telegram from
Edward tluthorldge, United States
attorney, datod Mlneolit, Tex us, say
ing that Charles Ilaiighn, late ooun
tr ludHe of Marlon county, Texas,
and principal witness in the Marlon
county election cases, was murdered on
the 8d Inst., United Stutes court. Tbe
attorney goneral has luntruotod Mr, Qutb
redge to examine carefully and report
fully upon the circumstance of lho mur
Billed by Llghlnlner,
Lancaster, Pa. .July 7. A heavy itorm
Stated over the southern and easterly tec
out of Lancaster county last evening, do
his: considerable dam are. Mrs. Lowe was
truck by llf.tta.oc and UssUnUj killed.
rAlBO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY
ItapolatKMi aad Dlyorr.
Satom, Oblo, July 7.-Tbe Rev. Jtnf
C. Keal perlUoned for divorce (rota Aon
Maria J(al, alleging Impoteovy oo bf
part. Tiiey drove to tbe court bouts to
getber, and the got out and went Into tbe
elerk'i office and tat "bile be went to look
for an attorney to bave the petltlou drawn
up. Sbe waived all notice. Tbey were
married on the 'Jlit of June, 1KS1, anu u
wan generally understood thattbey were
living lovingly together until recently, v.' lion
It begun to be wbiapered about that there
would be a cparatiou. He It ieventy-ove
yeait of age, and bat been a preacher tot
fifty yearn. She w about fifty years or ape,
and Is budly crippled In her low er limns,
and wnlkt wltb great ditllcully. 8 he wu
In that condition wheu they were married,
and was un old maid. Ue was a widower,
ban tons niari'ied, and la doubtless one of
the inot widulv known preai:bert In Oblo,
and In feeble in hlnpookt. She la a itout,
itrty-lonklntc woman, and lutelllgent, anu
If it w.i not (or her lainenenii khe would be
an averape womau in appearance.
A Mrrlouo olltNloit.
(.'oi.fMiics, Ohio, July 7. Enpine 24,
extra, poinp west on the Little M uinl divl
tliioofthe ranhandle, ran In'o the rear ol
No. 67, a half a mile ea' of (Spring Valley
atlU:H)a. m.. d'air)iui; the eabooke
mid . wiwlLlj about seventeen
c.ir, neariy all "f which wi-re
er.ipit, and badly tlamNsiing the eiipine.
rraney, the rear brukuiimn on No. Oi,
was slit'litly bruised and cut uhout tbe bead
and liai the small bone broken In his leg.
Jiennedy, the engineer of 'M, and the nre-
miin-.,were tliphtly bruised. 1 he accident
was probublv caused by Nt. 6i mailing
while eeUing off cars, and the fl.iL'iiuu not
poiiig back, promptly, Tne track was
blocked for a nunilier of hours, aud tbe
trains were badly delayed. The injured
men all live In Colorado.
rio ror lu Hiuiai.
ElDokado. Kas., July ".Two Inches
of a slow and ttcady rain fell last niptit.
The crop were not suffering but this ..ind
o raiu is almost alwayi welcome. Corn is
tassellnL'. The w heat harvest Is over and
the yield and quantity are of the best.
Twenty bushels to the acre will be the aver
age. Oat could not be better, and are now
being harvested. Theaverape will be nf.y
to sixty bushels. KI.Dorado Is still boom-
Intr; the brick buildings continue to rite.
Bricklayer can get work here at good
ligurus. Butler county gained about a
thousand iu population last year, of which
i'A Dorado gained four hundred and seven'
tv-one. Not only it tbe boom in LIDorado
buLiu the county. New houses dot the
landscape In every direction.
Eleveo Vermont lUtiteri Captured.
Ha.vovib, Vt., July 7. All was quiet
last night. All tbe roads leading to and
from the powder houte containing 140 keps
of powder and a quantity of dynamite were
carefully guarded bv miners. Company G,
first regiment, of Bradford, arrived from
West Fairlee at 4:3U a. in., and a guard
was stationed In the streets. At 5:30a. m.,
Comrjanv .. a St. Alhaus company, a
Rutland company, aNorthfield company,
a Montpeller compnny with Governor Brls
tow. Adiutant-General reck ana uuarier
master-General Ide reached West Fairlee
line. Tbe sheriff having a list of those who
bad been most promluent In uulawful dem
onstratlon.. toon had them In custody. Tbe
arrival of troous was a surprise. Not the
slightest reiatance was offered.
Oops In tbe rtbweat.
Chicago, July 7. Tbo Inter-Ocean this
morning presents crop resorts covering a
wide area of the west and northwest, anl
the tenor Is to the effect that, wheat ex
ccptcd, the grain crop will equal last year's
yield. The weather that was unfavorable
to corn produced one of tbe heaviest crops
of hay ever mowed, which to a great ei'
tent it already cut and cured, Barley and
oaU are unusually good everywhere, and
promise an unprecedented yield, while the
recent hot weather has proven extremely
unfavorable to the average harvest of win
ter wbcat in tbe lower latitudes.
Bloominqtov, III., July 7. Miss Maria
Von Eisner, known to the musical world as
Mile. Litta, died at her home in this city at
8:80 this afternoon. Sbe wat born In
Bloomington June 1, ISM, educated In
Europe, and ba tung In opera and concerts
in all the principal cities of America and
London aud Paris. She was taken tick at
Neapaunee, Mich., on a concert tour and
brought borne four weeks ago. The fatal
disease was cerebrospinal menlngitlt,
tuperlnduced by overexertion.
Two Doe tart DoWued.
Reading. Pa., July 7. -Doctor Aaron
C. Dctwiller and Washington C. nfctwtller,
brothers, aged 36 nd 3S years respectively,
were drowned lt night In the hebuy
kill river. In company wltb two others.
tbey went bathing. Aaron was seized with
cramps, and his brother weut to his assist-.'
ance, when both were drawn unuer tne
water and drowned. The brothers were
prominent and wealthy physicians ia this
city and both enjoyed large practices,
Chicago, July 7. The causo ofyester
day's tragedy In the South Chicago Roll
ing mill, is being Investigated. It is
clalmod that the workmen turned on the
steam to scare the Swedes, John Hero
and John llalliiigreen, who were cleaning
the boiler, and were unable to turn It off,
the men tcaldlne to death. The mana
gers of the mills suppressed the affair, and
It Anally came out through the coroner's
Nkw York, July 7.-The following It tbe
bank ttatcment: Loans, Increase, $570,000;
specie, Increase, $1,390,100; legal tenders,
decrease. SI. 601. 000: deposits, decrease,
$1. Ml. 700: circulation, decrease, $.10,300;
reserve, decrease. S3.69ft.795. The banks
now hold $6, 644,1) In excess of the legal
Heveral Uvea Loat in a Collision.
Woonsocikt, R. I., July 7. The east
bound train on the New York and New
England road collided with the west bound
freitrht at Ironstone. Mass.. at eight
o'clock this mornlntr. Both emrlncs and
several cart were wrecked. It it reported
that teveral lives were lost.
Bnrnad to Death.
Wbllsvillk, O., July 7. Fire yester
day again broke but in the oil refinery ot
Paine, Ablett & Co., near here, entailing a
total Ion of $10,000. McFerren, ono ot tuo
employes, was burned to deatii.
Mix Riorea Bnrnad.
Oilman. III.. July 7. Six brick stores,
owned by K. Weuger, were burned here
vesterdav. Lou ou buildings, etc. to
various vccupaaU,, $18,000. Ituurauce,
MORNINO, JULY Ut JTO
Tbe IUlaoas Military OrasnliUnlsiC.
CniCAOO. July 7. Kor the putt itx
years a tax of a tenth of a mill bat been
levied for tbe support of tbe state troop ,
netting a fund of $70,000 yearly for the
support of tbe ttate'i regiments of Infantry
and cavalry and three batterle of artillery.
Tbe collection of this sum has been delayed
In each Instance and tbe troops, In snnse
queuce have bad a back Indebtedness to
meet when the fund it ready for disburse
ment, and In addition the claim Is made
that tbe amount is not uearly
adequate tor tbe proper ot main
tenance of tbe commands. At the last ses
sion of the legislature the military code wat
amended to at to give the troops a fixed
sum of 75. 000, payable In advunee. In
view of that fact the State auditor on .liny
1 turned tbe amount collected under the
tax levy for tbe pat year back into a gener
al fund. This amounted to ..', W) and all
the State regiments had Incurred un In
debtedness to cover this amount, but which
the auditor refused lo pay. The otliceis
declare that it leaves tbe troops In a bad
plight, and that the action of the auditor
tiriiltrary and unauthorized, as the money
levied was levied for military ui. Pro
ceedings by mandamus will be instil tiled to
recover Ihe mouey.
A0rliiK Attempt at Hank Unbliery.
Bs.llkvim.k, 111.. July 7. -At li::w
p. m. to-day, two men entered me la.'in
ille Savings Hank, and while one of them
engaged the attention oi Mr. iiuparu, win
asltant cashier, the other In some way
got behind the counter and made a prah
for tbe money, lie was teen by one ot tun
clerks who raised an alarm. Seeing that
they were discovered, and that their cap
ture was Imminent, both ran out of lho
building and separated, one jumping Inio
a buggy and tbo other running. Although
closely pursued by several citizens, they
escaped, and up to the present time neither
of them bave been captured. The amount
taken cannot be ascertained. Tbe officers
of the bank claim that nothing Is missing,
but the clerk says' be taw a package of
money In the hand of tbe one who was be
hind the counter.
Croak and 11 la Indian Follej.
Washington. Julv 7. Gen. Crook in
having a bard time to convince the depart
ment that bis plan for the disposal ( tbe
captive Indians Is a safe one. He w ants to
see tbem sent to the reservation, an l say he
is sure that this Is tbe only way of keeping
them from the war-path. He says they will
ttav there without further trouble if al
lowed to go there, but that if any oth
course is pursued they will return to their
nlil life as soon as Do.slble. lie says De Will
be responsible for their good conduct if al
lowed to go ou the reservation.
A WorU-House Barnlnsj.
BitiiHiKWATfc'K,. Mas., July 7. Tbo State
itlms-hoiite is now burning. There is
no hope of saving It. The main buildin;
has gone and the other building are goln;
fit. Tbe W) Inmates coiillned lu tbe alms
house were safely removed. Tbe nie broke
out about a. in. . and it is supposed it
was started bv one of the Inmates. The
buildin were all destroyed, with tbe ex
teuiion of two barns that were erected in
ls ami were In uood repair, ine loss is
estimated at iUKOs). Insurance not as
oniesalon ol a Horderer.
Kiciimund, Va., July 7. Cbarlet Honi
Lee, colored, w ho bus been twice convicted
of tbe murder of Daniel Miller, in Henilco
county, in February last, ha made a full
confestinn of his crime. He bad been living
lu Miller's bouse and was supposed to have
been criminally intimate with his wife, who
is now In Jail charged with being an aces
sory to the murder. It was upon the wo-
mans' testimony that iee was convicieu.
Lee will be banged on the third of August
WASUiNinoN, D. C, Julv 7. The con
dition of tbe treasury is as follow: uoiti
coin and bullion, $11)8.554,431; silver dol
lars and bullion, $116,337,053; fractional
silver coin, !8,416,744; United States notes
$54.iT2,iS7; total $397,571,815. Certificates:
outstanding-gold, $H,514,tU0; silver,
$74,531; currency, $13,005,000.
Mains; fur Marsjlu.
Watibtown, X. Y., July 7. M. S.
Nlcholi & Co., Chicago brokers, who re
cently failed, have sued twenty-three Wa
tertown speculators for between $40,000 anil
$50,000 In margin, which the firm advanced
to carry tbetr account.
8,300 Hen Oat nl Warn.
Alt.bntown, Pa., July 7. The works of
the Bethlehem Iron company shut down
last night, and all tne employee were patu
off this morning. Three thousand two
hundred men were thrown Into idleness.
Approved by the President,
Washington. July 7. The President
nnroved the sentence of the court martial
nn Commander Horace E. Mullan, of tbe
lost Aihuelot, and be has been dismissed
from the service from the 6th of July.
Btinetrokee In Naw Yark.
New York. July 7. The heat to-day is
.a interne as that of yesterday. Up to noon
nine cases ot suustroke were reported. Not J
Montgomery, Ala,, July 7. Planters
are very anxious about the cotton crop.
The wornii bave appeared on mauy planta
A Forcer Betnrne.
New York, July 7. Maitlnlngo, the
Italian forger, started on bit return
voyage In tbe steamer Khlueland thlt morn
ing. An Old Member Dead.
XiwYork, July T . C. R. Marvin, tho
oldest member of the New York ttouk ex
change, It dead.
Oodknsburo, X. Y., July
A. B. James, ex-Judge of tie
court it dead.
Altar the rtooa.
East St. Louis, July 7. Mr. John II.
Kaucb, ot the Illluolt State Board of Health
is In the city, having come for the inspec
tion of thlt elty after the flood. Hattys
that unlcst measures are taken for a thor
ough cleansing of localities where filth was
deposited by tho overflow, the city m in
danger ot an epidemic. He thlakt the au
thorities should Uke prompt action in the
matter, and lays they wlU be emeu at mueu
as possible by the state board, whleb he
Nnw Yost. Julv 7.-Carlei B. Varvlo,
rice presklend ot the Jtooktjn Trail 4m
pany, ditd to-aay.
Trouble Brewing in France -Cholect In
creasing in Egypt The War in Central
Pains. Jul 7. A dlsnaich from Vienna
to the Gaiilot's sayt tbe Count de I'arit and
tbe Duke d'Aleuuon bave gone from that
cltv to Frohsdorff . The eoiidltlon of Count
de Ceambord It not changed since lait re
ports. If hit weakness continues the physi
cians will prohibit him from seeing all visi
tors, including the princes. Gen. Tbiuaii
dln, the French minister of war, has au
thorized the Duke d'Autuale to proceed to
levna. The Gaulol't says that Prince
erome Napoleon will issue a manifesto In
the event of the death of Clmmbord.
BK.rKIVKb THK OKI.KANS HKlNtKS.
Viknna, July 7. Cbainbord saw tbe
Orleans princes to-day, notwithstanding
ihe udvlce of his physicians not to .see via
tors. He rose In bed and klosed Count
Paris, The princes on leaving the room
displayed great emotion, They will return
l'AMSKli A t-t'IKT NUillT.
YiuxNA, July ". Chaiiiboid passed a
in let uii.'lit mid t-xpcrlcnccil little tuITerlug.
lie N very wen1 ihl morning, however,
lie received the count de I'arls at ihmiii lo-
Potsdam. July 7. Tlio Princess Vic
toria, wife of Prince Frederick WIHIiam,
eldest sou of the Crown Prince Frederick
William, has been delivered of a son.
Stkttin, July 7. Orders have lcen re
elved hero from the Chinese legal Ion at
Berlin to stop the work of enrolling a crew
ami purchasing provisions for the new
Chinese ironclad, which wat constructed
here. Orders for the sailing of thj vessul
for China hat heeu countermanded.
Constantinople July 7. The sanitary
council In order to prevent the Introduction
of cholora Into the Turkish possenslont ha
resolved to ask the Porte to request the
Egyptian government to prohibit refugee
from starting to the Turkish eoasU, and to
Inform that government that If any refugees
arrive at the porU belonging to Turkey,
tbey will not be allowed to land.
Guayaquil, via Galveston, July 7.
There has been heavy firing all morning.
The street were lined wltb soldier and no
oue was Hllowed to pass, Tbe business
houe have all been closed by order of
Alexandria, July 7. 107 deaths from
cholera occurred at Damletu yesterday; 39
at Mansurat and 10 at Samauoup.
Alexandria, July 7. At Menzolch yes
terday there were H deaths from cholera
During the 24 hours ending at eight o'clock
this morning, 72 death from cholora oc
curred at Damletu, 60 at Mansurah, 8 at
Satnarend and 8 at Salrbtn.
rrelgbl far lb Lanlavllle Expallla.
Louisville, Ky., July 7. Car loads of
exhibits for tbe southern exposition are ar
riving every day at the various freight
depots in tbe city. Tbe erposltion can only
undertake to handle freight delivered
at Its doors, and exhibitors should make
arrangements to bave their freight hauled
to the exposition or sent over tbe connec
ting railroad, else before many dayt, they
may find themselves blockaded at the freight
JULY 7, 1883.
CATTLE Export! $5 80(30 00; good to
choice shipping. $5 50(95 70; common to
fair, $4 tXXrift 40; butchers', Ti 30O
4 5; Texan, VI 7005 10; ttockers, $3f4A.
Market active and steady.
llOtis Active aad firm; at 5o higher.
Light 40 8orJ 45; mixed packing $6 65M
6 00; heavy packing and shipping $0 OUO
CATTLE Export stoexs $5 85TM 10; good
to heavy do $5 65; light to fair $4 90
to'i 15; common to medium $4 4MM 85;
fair to good Colorado fttfo A; southwest
$3 7.Va)t SO; corn-fnd TexaM $4 )rtt6 J5;
light to good stock ert $3 WYaM 90; fair to
good foedert $4 OtYrM 2f; common to ohoice
native cowt and heifers $3 66r&4 86; scalla
wags of any kind $3 00O3 50.
SHEEP Common, medium and light
PI 4HM3 50: fair to good $3 AOrcrH 00; prime
$4 2oft4 00; fulr to good Texatu, $3 Vx9
1 UU. .
IlOOd Very quiet but unehauged.
Heavies of all descriptions still weak
and In poor request at $5 40fr5 75 for mixed
anil v fwitw ror biucners, i.igni to cnoice
Yorkers JWctj 15.
WHEAT Higher, closing at 980 Julyi
$10n August; $1 04 K September:
$1 U5 October; $1 06V November; $1 00
CUilM uigner; oii Juiy: on
August: 51H September; MS Octo
ber: 47 V year.
OATS-illgher, at 86W July, 29'
August; September; aJW year.
WHEAT-Hlgher; closing at $1 06V
August ;$1 07 September; JIWV Oeto
ber: $1 05 V a. year.
COKN Higher: 46V August; 46V Sep
tomber; 48October; 43V year.
OATS-Ulgher; 83V July; r,S August;
WHEAT August $1 04V; September
$1 INS ; October $1 1V.
COKN-August 61 V J Septum fV 01 '
October 03 V .
UAT,S-Auguit 89V; 8cptcnV37K;
Octuhcr 87 V.
BUTTER Creamery at 1021 for
choice to fancy, to -i for
elections. Dairy at 15rU7 for choice to
fancy, and 18 for teUmtlons: fair to good
10(412: common SftlO. Country packed
dull; low grade 4Y5, medium kH, solectod
K(l(iH Steady, and unchanged at 13c.
caadled and Mo. for choice marks of our
POULTRY Old chlcktnt were firm and
in demand at $t 50 for bans, $4 for mixed
and $3 75 tor cocks; large priuci were
better at $3r3 W; but imall ruled dull at
$1 600 60, aocordleg to the.
Country market ratkar dull. Ooed
mixed American eon off eoatt Mtmom
Id; mixed Aotertnui eormWarrlve advanced
8dl Spot wheat '.nHi
Id.t Mo. Bring la Idi .wrnwinlnr
Westeiu eora qniet
d from United KiaHtMn
dull fof k anfl nv
A great many people are ailing
what particular troubles BxOWN'l
Iron Hitters U good for.
It will cure Heart Disease, Paral
ysis, Dropsy, Kidney Disease, Con
sumption, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, and all similar diseases.
Its wonderful Curative power is
simply because it purifies and en
riches the blood, thus beginning at
the foundation, and by building up
the system, drives out all disease.
A Lady Cured of Rheumatism.
Baltimore, Md., May 7, lUo.
My health wat much shattered by
ftheutnatltrn when I coauMaccd
(kiny Drown' Iroa Bittert, aa 1
tcarccljr "t v.utiit : i
lend te my daily loustbold dtitm.
I am now tiling the third bottUaad I ,
am rcL'ainiag airength daily, aad 1
cheerfully recoaimeud it lo all.
1 cannot lay too much in prait
of it. Mr. MaJtY E. 1)ashkar,
Kidney Disease Cured.
Chriitiaruburg, Va., 1881,
Suffering from kidney disease,
from which I could get no relief, I
tried Urown'i Iron Uittcrt, which
. cured me completely. A child of
mine, recovering from tcariet fever,
had no appetite and did not teem to
be able to eat at all. I gave him lroa
Uitteii wilb the happiest rttulu.
J. K.TLB MoiriAous.
Vint St.,Hamiburf, Pa.
Lmc t, isau
After trying different phytiaant
and many remediet fur palpiutioa
of the heart without receiving any
benefit, I wat advised totry Bruwn't
Iron bitten. 1 have used two bot
- ties and never found anything Out
! gavt me to nurh reliet
Mrt. Jbmkis Hsst,
For the peculiar troubles to which
ladies are tubjerfl, Urown's I BON
BlTTEKS is invaluable. Try it.
Be sure and get the Genuine.
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