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THE CAIRO DAILY
flAlBU. ILLINOIS, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 14, 1883.
Impurity of tht
Ulmiil, Fever and
auil nil Planuses
caused by Lie-
raDgemeut of Liver, ISowels aad Kidneys,
TMPTOMS OF A DISEASED LIVER.
Bad breath; Pain in the bide, aometimes the
pain ii Ml under the SlwuMcr-blade, mistaken fur
Kheumatum ; general lota of appetite; Howell
generally costive, tometimea alternating with lai;
Uie head U troubled with pain, i dull and heavy,
with cominVraUe loss of mcniury, accompanied
with a painlul sensation uf leaving undone something
which ought to have been done; a slight, dry cough
and flushed face it tomciiiuea an attendant, often
mistaken fur cmuumiition; the patient complaint
of wean new and debility ; nervout, easily startled;
feet cold or burning, sometime a prickly sensation
of the skin emus, spirits ate low and despondent,
and, although saiisficil thjl ri'.rcise wmld be bene
fiLial, yet one can hardly iiimuion up fortitude to
Cry it in fact, distrusts every r"-moly Several
of the above symptoms attend the disease, but case
have occurred when but few of them caistcd, ytt
elimination after death ha shown the Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
It ahould be uied by all persona, old aad
young, whftiuiver any of the above
Persona Travs-llns: or IJvlng In Cn.
healthy Localitlra, )y taking a 'loe otraaion.
ally to keep Uie Ijver iu healthy anion, will avoid
all Malaria, llllloua attaika, llines, N'au
tea, Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, etc. It
will invigorate like a glass of wine, but It no In
If You have eaten anything; hard ot
rligPHtliiii, or fteJ heavy after meals, or sleep.
Ir He at night, lake a dose aud you will be relieved.
Time and Hat-tors' Hill will l saved
by alvraya keeping t It- Itcgulator
III the Iloimel
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
tafe purgntlvi', hIIithIIv.' .mil tonic can
never be out of piare. I lie rne!y is harmleas
and due not interfere? nith nujtiness or
IT IS Mil FLY VKr.FTABI.R.
And has all the power and eflii m y ol C alomel or
Quinine, without any of the injunvcs after eflccu.
A fitivernor'a Testimony.
Simm ms I ivn K. guLtor has been in uae in my
family fir me time, ;i I I am satisfied it is a
valuable addition to the inednl v.icik e.
J Gill hHutnaa, (lovenior of Ala.
Hon. Alesamler If. fcteiihetia. of ;.,
ays: Have derive 1 vmc KhUn in in the use ot
Simmons Liver KcguUtor, and w.ih to give it a
"The only Thing tliut never fall to
Itelieve."-! have used nunv reunite f.,r Uyv
pepsia, I-iver Affei tion and Iehi,ity, but never
have tound anything to benefit Die to the eatent
Smimons I.iver Kegulatnr has. 1 sent from Mm
ocaou to Oorgia for it, and would smd further fjr
tuch a medicine, and wuuid advise all who arc sim
ilarly affected to give it a trial a it seems the only
thing that ucver fails to reln-se
K M. JannkV, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T, V. Mm win any: f rom aitua! ei
penence in the me of himiiwin I.iver k'nuUlor in
Biy practice I have Ixen and am satisfied to UM
and prescribe it at a purgative medicine.
tayTike only ! fienulne, whith always
hi on the Vr.ip;r the red Z Trade-Marls
and Signature of J. II. ZKII.IN & to.
FOR SALE BV AM. DRt'OGISTS
PORT GIIAPE AVLNE
1 y. I'-f:-
Spkkk's Pout Gpape "Wixk !
KOUIt YEAKS OLD.
THIS CEI.KBKATKU NATIVK WINE la made
from the Julro of the Oporto Orapr, ralacd In
thlt count's- lu luvaluahlu tonic and atretifth
rnlnu proporttfa are utiatirpaaaed hv any othiT
Native Wine. 11 lug-1 he pare Juica of the tirapo,
produced nndi-r Mr. S peer's own ju'raonal aupervi
aion. It purity and genului nwi, are guaranierd
Thi yoiin iit child nny partako of lta K'tieMui
qualttica, and the i-kt Invalid uko it to advun
tagc ll la particularly bi?n'fli.lal to lhe tgeA and
debilitated, and 'tuti'd tu iha tariona allmunti" that
afft-ot tbo w.'aki'r aei. It la In every respect A
WINE TO UK ItEl I Ell ON.
Sneer's P. J. Sherry.
Thel'. J.8IIKKKV lit wlno of Superior" Char
actor and t.artnlceaofthe rich qual itli-a of the k'upe
from wh'rh II. I made Kor Purity. Ulchnoa, Kla
vo! and Mcdlclunl i'mpertioa. It will be lonnd un
Sneer's P. J. Brandy.
Thla RKAN'DV tandi nnrlvaled In thin Country
beluirfar anpi'rior lor tni'dlclnsl purpose. It in a
pure distillation Irom the grape, and ron'aln val
uable medicinal propertlea. It ha a delicate rla
vor. aluillar to that of Ibe grapia, from which It ia
distilled, and la In real favor amontr flrat-claaa
famlllea. See that the aism.tnre of AI.KKIiU
HPKEH, ra-falc, N. J ! over the cork of each
foi(i uv Paul son in i
AND BY MUKiUISTS KVKRYWIIKRK.
VfB will p? thf tiv rrwirrl fnr n? rm t LlTr Cotnttlilnt'
Pyilatftil, f i' k llciwlauhi, linli)tiUon( Cotipitin orrottlrtntu,
wt cnoil cur. wiU) Wim'i Vottt niJ Lktr t'lIU, whrn th rllree
Uonitrt ilrlctly nnipHd wtth. ThrvRr purely TtgftMi, tutt
o.vtrfoll to Rivfl Ufactttn. R(tar Cttnl. Irgd bir, ion
Uliih-tj SO pHli, J5 ffQU. Kr ul lit drUtfKi-U. Utware of
cuunUrfiltt i'tft liuluti.mi. Tht n mniifr1iirs'(i nly by
JOHN C. WKST A CO., hi a M V. l.tm M., CtiiLKa.
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Healiii is Wealth !
Dii 1C. CWkht'h Neiivr and Hiimn I nr.AT.
MINT, n aunninl'M'ii bpiwltln for IlyNterm, Diczu
nnaa. Convulsion, Film Niirvoua NeitritlttiH,
lltwlnciiP, Norvntm ProstmlnincntiHed by Uih uae
ofaloohwl ortolmewi, Vnkortilimnn, Jlriitul lie
imwmoii, HorteniiiKot th Urnin result tti in ttf
innity mid Nilimt to tiiisory.doony titnl t'eittli,
l'rem'ittir Old Afl, HHrruniiosi. J-osh of liowrr
In olMwr wx, Itivtdnntnry Imsoa nntl HiininiijU
tirrhcoa outwd bytivoMxurtioit of tlio lram. M;ir.
abuse or ovor.iiiduUimuo. Ueli box cotitutn
one montli trontimmt. l.fl u box. or m boxi
lor5.J,BOiitbynmil iirt'iiHiii roeei.t or prico,
WiJ tll'AKAXTKK MIX HOXIt
To ourn nny mm. With onrh onlnr hwIvikI hyiti
for alx boxna, acoDniuaniilrl with l we will
wnd thoi.urtWrotir written Wnttmnlio to nw
fund the nioucy if tlin trntiii"iituouiiui)telloe
euro, (iuumutuoa taauuduulyby '
IIAKRY W. SOIIUII.
prtiKitlit, Cor, Commercial avu. A 181U it., Calto,
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FROM FAR AND NEAR.
An Animated Discussion in the
Severe Storms A Day's Crimes and
Casualties-Orange Judd As
signed -Failures of the
Wiu'iniM, July 13. -Before the re-
u riiit on of the reifiilitr pro eeiJItiyK In the
Will !iiwi't;oalloii, ( oli initu presented a
fni'iiiil eiiiiiiiiunlt'ntlon cullitu' ntti'iitlon to
ilie iJi'oiiilx! ol I Tetary Kolirer Qt hut he
would cutHo tiie utteiidiinie before the corti"
tnlltee of any pertxm In the ioveniiiient em
p ojr, ami would tend the cotumittee to dl
lanteilies to take testimony If need be.
An Interview with Win. H. BlUa, Uulted
hlnlen I lisirlct Attorney of the Kaitero Dlf
Irlut of Mlsiotirl, reported In the St. Louli
Po.t-Oispatcb of June '.'3, cbarxes Super
vialir.' Architect Hill with fraud in eonner
lion with the construi-tlon of the St. LouU
cut'jm h' uc. He desired to file that
The chairman laid the committee bad
read the paper or a portion of It, Coleman
therefore refrained from readiuu the newa
paper artiele. He laid these charges made
o freely by a peraon in io high an official
poeitmn deuunded the attention of the
uoramiltee. He deiired that Bliss be called
before the committee, or If he ahould be
unable to intend be would ak that he be
examined In St. LouU.
Thomas and Totten objected, on the
;;riMiii I that the proponed invoatiKatioo wit
Coleman maintained the propriety of the
Inquiry. Ii1 1 had been Invest;)? ited it Hoi
ton and indicted at bt. Louis. It was the
old story with him. it wm the bualness of
hl couuael to complete thU invkatigatioil,
not to block lta wbeeli. 11111 ought to In
vite the investigation to open up all Ills
records, ind If the lecreUry oljtho treasury
wai honrat in " desire for an Investigation
he shoind ha .uspended Uill from his
position and put in his place an honest roan
w ho would furulsb the papen called for by
the proaecutioo. They were now dependent
upon the defeudant to furnish the evidence
required to convict him. ' '
Thomas "Have you communicated with
Coleman ' 'No. "
'I'minii "Then nu bare newipaper
chargei you want an Inveaiagatlotif "
Coieman "It ii not a bare newspaper
charge. It U an interview with Bliit. ' '
"Tuj Chairman "The committee de
lirei to aay that this interview wu sent to
"Tbere are loiue tbiuga In It reflecting
upon the committee. We wrote Bit,
calling attentlou to the Interview and ask
ing If It waa a truthful report. He tele
graphed ui a follow! ;
"'H n. JohuC. New, Wubtngton.
"No thought or utterance of mine, pub
lic or private, has either radaotad on the
integrity "f your committee or any member
of it or attributed to It other than earnest,
honest rrotlvei and effort! in investigating
the Hill charges. I am surprised and
humiliated that a denial ot a iiaiement io
palpablv false leenu iieccemary. Shall call
on you Monday,
(Signed) Wm.H. Buss.'"
"On Tuesday B4iu eamebere aud denied
the authenticity of. that Interview, By.
ing that be had been incorrectly re
ported." Coleman "Did you aay ta ehargei were
New "He laid there was some founda
tion far them, but that as reported tbey
were not true."
Coleman expressed some lurpriie tbat
these thingi bad taken place without the
knowledge of the prosecution.
The chairman said he oould get Bllii any
time waa in Boitoo.
Coleman preiumed tbe occurrence tb.li
morning would probably cause Bliss or the
reporter of tbe Poit-Dlspaich to come
Totten laid the investigation bad been in
progress leven weeki and he defied anyone
to point to a syllable of teitlmony reflecting
upon Hlll'i Integrity. Tbe grand Jury
room wai tbe proper place to investigate
thargei of corruption, and he asked why
the prosecution did not proced there.
Colemau marvelled at the obeek ihown by
tbe counsel. Tbe defease had put on tbe
land a wttneei who swore that be bad been
employed by Bartlett, Robbini & Co., aud
at the tame time bad made plant for
tbe government for tour buildings for which
his firm were bidding. Another employe
of tbat firm had gone into tbe government
employ long enough to make a favorable re
port upon tbouiandi of dollars' worth of
material furnished by tbat firm for the Chi
cago building. When be finished that job
he went back to his place with Bartlett,
Robbini A Co. That was an offenie which
hould lend them to the penitentiary, yet
the coumel laid they were proving noth
ing. The chairman said the committee would
take under comlderatioo Mr Coleman's de
inand tbat Bliss be examined, and the reg
ular proceedings were resumed.
A Cornaalaalon Appointed.
Washington, July 13.-The President
has apolnted Byron Andrewi, of fl ashing
Ion Win. H. Bridgman, of Stamford.
Conn., and Dudley F. Pholps, of New
Yt.rk city, a commission to examine and
report upon tbe twenty-live miles of tbe
Northern Pacific railroad in the Missoula
division of Montana.
WaSHiNOTOM.'July IS. -Since tbe 1st of
January tbe number of postmasters cons,
missioned averaged 1,190 per month, a
Urge lucrease over any previous year.
A Presidential Vlait
Chicaoo, July 13. Don Marco A. De
Soto, President of Honduras, Central
America, accompanied oy the members of
his cabinet, arrived here this morning. A
committee of the Board of Trade met the
party soon after their arrival and tendered
them an informal reception on tbe floor of
Chamber of Commerce,
Killed Powder Iiplosloo.
WiMmroTON, Del., July 13. Twenty
fire hundred pounds of powder exploded in
the press-room ot Dupont's powder works
this morning, Thomas Pearl, foreman of
tbe press-room, aud Patrick Haley, a
laborer, wore klllod. Alexander Billings
ley, another lahoter, wu injured.
EYE ItF. STORMS,
A rw n Flooded.
ilARKiyHl.'HO, Vs.. July 13. A rntt
d.iuMft'ing flood prevailed at this place
Thursday night. About eight o'clock two
angry looking clouds met Just north of the
town and rain poured down In torrents.
Black I : ii n . a small rlvu et ruunlng through
the town, became a mighty river, spread
ing over some of the principal strri t.
Shocks of wheat from the neighboring
tkdds, hogs, chickens, fences, small houses
and endl'vKS drift came pouring through Ibe
iiuin thoroughfares. Many private bouses
were flooded and greatly damaged. It is
Impossible to estimate the damage. Tbe
pavemenis, sidewalks anil foot bridges
were swept away ami tlm street greatly
dumujied. The whole population was out
ou the streets till past midnight.
Ike Morm is I Ocean Reacts.
Ockan IIkach, N.J., July 13. A se
vere storm accompanied by bail and light
ning passed over Ocean Beach last nlgbt.
A lre barn was demolished by the gale
and several bouses unroofed. Hail-stones
as lar'e u walnuts fell. Many window
A I Han Y, July 13. A disastrous hall,
wiud and rain storm occurred tour miles
west of ibis city Thursday afternoon.
F ields under cultivation were devastated,
fruit trees stripped of fruit and there are
washouts on all sides.
Deserted Ibe Dnjr after Her Mnrrlava;,
Mr. Louis, Julv 13. Mrs. Charlotte H.
Feige! has entered a petition in the Circuit
court seeking a decree of divorce from
Albert ('.. Felgel. They were married on
tbe 20th of June last year. Tbe following
day Mr. Keigel absented himself and has
remained sway from his wife ever since.
Mrs. Keigel alleges tbat her husband's
absence was not due to any provocation on
her rart. Sbe treated him with kindness
and affection, and tbere was no cause for
the cruel desertion. The night of the mar
riage the young couple took rooms st tbe
Laclede hotal. The brldgroom disap
peared tbe next morning. Tbe bride was
a yotine girl of seventeen, and her dream
of happiness was dispelled as the hours and
days wore on, her hnsSand falling to put
in an appearance. It wu a brief aod
bitfr experience of matrimony. Mrs.
Felgel alleges that her husbaud Is possessed
of coniderable means, but be has failed to
contribute for her support. She asks for
an order of alimonv.
A Publisher rails.
New Yokk, July 13. Orange Judd, the
publisher, assigned Thursday for the bene
tit of creditors. His debts are individual,
and di not affect "Tbe Orange Judd Pub
lishing Company. " Judd w prostrated
by sunstroke about a month ago, and since
tlieu lias been unable to attend to business.
H- bad a number of nolo out, which were
about to mature, and for which he bad not
lu.ule immediate provision. David W,
Juild. his brother, states tbat he bis not
been connected with the firm for some
time, and only nominally for several
Fall area ol the Week.
New York, July 13. The business fail
ures throughout tbe United States and
Canada, as reported during tbe last seven
days to E.G. Dun A Co., of the .Mercantile
Agency, number 159, as against 138 last
week. Thirty-three of theae were in Cana
da and the Provinces, leaving 126 as the
quota of the United States. Tbe dis
tribution was as follows: New England,
15; Wes;ern state. 42; Mlddlo states, IS;
Southern states, 2S; Pacific states and
territories, IT; New York, 7; and Canada,
A Ureal Lose.
Bloominwton, Ind., July 13. Last
night tbe new departmeni of tbe Indiana
University was discovered to be on fire.
Tbe laboratory was soon in flames, and
afterward tbe library and museum. The
latter contained the famous Owen collec
tion and Dr. Jordan'! collection of fishes.
The library had 15,000 volumes. The new
building was entirely destroyed. The fire
caught by tbe lightning striking the tele
phone wire. Loss, 1200,000; insurance,
rut: AM I EST
Excluded from a Qhurch During the
Burial of One of Their Membe rs.
N'.w Uavbn, Conn., July 13 Much ex
citement prevails among tbe thousand or
more members in this city ot tbe Ancient
Order of Foresters, a benevolent tecret or
ganization, oyer the action of the Rev.
Father McGivue), of St. Mary's Roman
Catholic church, in refuting to allow mem
bers of Court Hermann, a German branch
of tbe order, to enter the cbnrch wearing
their badges to attend tbe funeral service!
ot their late brother, John C.
Barnard. The funeral took place
Thursday, and tbe several ' hun
dred members of Court Hermann marched
from tbe house of the deceased member,
escorting the remaini to tbe cburob. As
they were about to enter, Fatber McGlvney
met them at the door and said, "Gentle
men, you cannot enter tbe church wearing
your badges. ' ' This announcement greatly
excited t he members, and the sexton of tbe
church wss obliged to maintain order.
Th i Foresters refused to Uko off their
badges and left tbe church. Three of tbe
members, however, who were bearers,
concluded, after some discusslou, to take
oft their regalia and enter tbe church. At
tbe conclusion of the funeral services Father
MeUivuey said to the cougregattou: "The
reason tbe society to which tbe man belongs
was not permitted to enter tbe church wear
ing their legalia was because connected
with or recognized by tho church." What
particularly annoyi tbe Foresters ii the fact
that while the many Catholics who be
long to their order in New Haveu are not
allowed as an organisation to enter a
Catholic church, members of the tbo Grand
Army and otbor ciders have, in the past,
been accorded the privlloge. On the
oher hand, it Is said tbat Fatber ate
Olvney Is only following an old aud es
tablished rale of tho church relating to
benevolent and all other secret societies,
aud If other priests violate tbat rule be does
not intend to do so.
Cincinnati, July 13-Tho Continental
Guards of New Orleans arrivod this after
noon from Indianapolis, and wcro escorted
by Currier 'i band to the Highland House,
where thoy give three entertainment!.
They would have been accorded a military
escort if tbe local militia had not been away
A Klpe) Old A(e.
Tkoy", N. Y. . July 18,-Louli Whales,
in Indian cblef, died at Lake George tbla
morning, axed m jua.
Oppoiition to iheNe Sue Canal-Count
deChambord Unconscious Cholera
Spreading Jews Tortured.
London, July 13. -Tbe newspapers here
say that they bellevo that tbe acceptance ot
the agreement entered into by the govern-UK-ut
with be Lesseps will not be forced ou
Paws, July 13. -The directors of the
Huez Canal company have unanimously ap
proved of the agreement relative to the
seeonil Suez ranal a-rived at between De
Lesseps and the British government.
TIIK NKW CANAL.
London, July 13. In the Commons this
afternoon Chllders, Chancellor of tbe Ki
chequer, In reply lo Sir Stafford Northcote,
said tbe Suez canal agreement would be
submitted to tbe House. Uy a motion made
in the committee tbe sum to be loaned to
the Suez Canal company by the govern
ment for building the canal would be
charged on the consolidated fund. North
cote gave notice that when such motion was
made be would ask the sense of the House
on the agreement. This announcement
was received with cheers. William Fowler,
Liberal, spoke in opposition to tbe canal
London, July 13. A dispatch from
Hong Kong dated the l'Jth Inst, reports
that Tonqiiln Is iu a state of anarchy. Tbe
French have captured and hanged many
marauders, bands of whom hovered about
snd fired on tho outposts. Nevertheless
the outposts are fired on nightly.
London, July 13. A telegram from
Vienna, dated one o'clock this morning,
says tbat Chambord is unconscious. His
end is approaching.
A i.exa n dria, July 13.-FortT deaths
from cholera occurred at Pamietta yester
day, seventy-three at Mansurah, eleven at
.Samanud and three at 8blrbin.
St. l'BTEKsni' kg, July 13.-Several
Jews have been tortured and murdered In
the town of Ostrog In tbe government ot
Not Ma Male.
Alton, 111., July 13. Later develop
ments In the Hancock shooting affair of
yesterday lead to tbe belief that It was acci
dental. Tbe revolver was discharged while
he was yet in bed. Mrs. Hancock, sleeping
by his side, was awakened by tbe shot, and
looking around, was horrified to see her
husband covered with blood streaming from
a bole in bis head. He beld tbe weapon
tihtly in bis right hind. The family in
sist that tbe shot was accidental; tbat It
wss discharged In trying to remove it to the
window sill, from under bis pillow. Han
cock is still suffering greatly, and has not
been able to make a clear statemet ot the
Arrest ol Two Br tea.
Darlington, Wis., July 18. The sheriff
returned Thursday night from Wahpeton,
Dakota, with two piiaoners, John Martin
and Michael McMahon, ased eighteen and
twenty. They are cbarjed with having
committed an assault upoo the person of
tbe elghteen-year-old daughter of a farmer,
named Henry Paulson, living near here,
whom they discovered in tbe house alone on
the afternoon of June 9. After attacking
their victim they choked her into insensi
bility and she was apparently dead. The
community Is considerably excited over the
reappearance here of the assailants.
Four Meat Killed by a FoUla Derrlrk.
Lkmont, III., July 13. The Eureka
stone quarry, four miles south of this eitv,
wai the scene of another traeedy yesterday
afternoon, caused by the falling of a heavy
derrick. While raising a block of stone
weighing three tone one of the supporting
guy rods snapped, causing tbe derrick to
fall among a crowd of fifty men, four of
whom were caught directly under the heavy
timber and were Instantly killed. Their
names are John Cash. Andrew Hansen,
John Kohloian and Thomas Ward. This
is tbe second occurrence of tbe same char
ter witbln a week.
Illgb I.ieeasse In Hanaas Clfy.
Kansas Citt, Mo., July 13. The
Saloon-keeper's Association of this city has
decided to conform strictly to the Downing
law, both si regards high licenses and clos
ing on Sunday. They have determined,
however, that If tbey are compelled to
close on Sundays they will see tbat the
Sunday law Is euforced against all other
bust ness ind work. The asaoctalion com
prises about three-fourths of the saloon
keepers of Kansas City.
A 4.1 rl NhoC
New York, July 13.-Mattie Davis, a
pretty Boiton girl of eighteen, who aas
spending a few days at Coney Island, was
shot In Jones' shooting gallery West
Brighton, Thursday, In her right eye. She
will probably die. John Brldgehart, who
keeps a testing machine near tbe shooting
gallery, has been arrested, and claims
to have accidentally shot her, though he
at first held tbat Miss Davit bad shot her-
A Teasel Baruesl,
Havana, July 13. -An Kugllsb steamer
hnijustsrrived with the intelligence that
the steamer Niagara, of tbe Now York and
Cuba Mall Steamship company, and which
left New York on the 7th for this port, had
hern burned off tho coast of Florida. The
paiMigcrs were all saved and brought here
hv '.he above moniloiu'd English steamer.
Alrant, July 13,-The special mall and
exiin'M train on the Central railroad
rollidod with derailed car at Schenectady
.lil morning. The engine was wiv. kod.
Kdwartl Wemple, the engineer, had hie
head crushed and It Is thought he will die.
Wemple was one of the oldest engineers on
Xknia. Ohio, July 13,-The divorced
wife of Ooorge Crawford has Just hucu
married to bim.after two weeks of grass
widowhood. Her grievance was crueltv
and drunkenness, but he has taken an outti
before a Justice to reform, and tbe couple
seem as much rejoiced over their reunion
as their neighbor! are surprised.
Ones a, BstMo.
Chicaoo, July l:l.-Ute Thursday nlgbt
Lizzie Robinson, a nleoe of Ralston, the
8an Francisco miNlotisrire, for yean h
courted and admired belle, but later
brought to degredalieo by opium, attempted
to kill herself wkh lauds aum. Ukt to re-pertcdatdealA'atleM.
HOTS IN THE MOUTH.
'oUiled Iloport from all Parts of Mlofai.
pKiKoir, Mich., July 18.--TheiecreUry
of state has Just Issued the Michigan crop
irp it or. I nly. The rainfall during June
mei-ti e I ut the office uf the state hoard ot
liealili t"ti Inches, an 1 exceeds theaversfl
for live J years by four and a'haif inches,
and for seventeen, years the Agricultural
college l v six inches. The weather during
the first eleven Java of July was showery,
making it Impossible to cure hay properly
or to cultivate corn or potatoes. Much
more wheat and grass was lodged than
u-u:tl. Complaints of tho wheat raising ll
quite g.ieral. The number of bushels of
wheal harvested In 12, as shown by tbe
supei visoi 's returns, was 32,sa"..,,0OO. The
supervisor's report of the yield by
machine shows that fully one-third of tbe
crop was threshed when very damp and
badly sprouted, consequently It measured
considerably more than It otherwise would.
The probable yield of wheat this vear U
2t. 114. 000 bushels. This estimate is baaed
on the ai reago In May reported by the su
pervisors, and the average yield ll esti
mated by the crop correspondents. Slooe
the first month when tbe correspondent
estimated the average per acre, it bas keen
discovered that some portion ot the wheat
is blighted, but what portion It Is impoaai
ble to now estimate. The wheat reported
marketed In Juno Is &5,ori2 bushels, and In
ins eleven months from August 1. 13,026,
ViO bushels. The estimate! ihow
from two to two and one-half
million bushels In 18. Tbe wheat orop
is yut in the farmers' bauds. Tbe following
are the per centages of the other crops, tbe
comparisons being made with W2: Corn
Acres planted 1)0, condition, 72 per cent.
O its Condition 97. Barley Condition 04.
Cover meadows and pastures Condition
100, Timothy meadows and paaturei
Condition 100. Clover sowed this
year Condition 104. The wheat is
slightly injured by Insects. Twenty
six per cent, of the corn planted
failed to grow. Apples promise in the
southeastern andouthwestrrn parti of the
state 51 per cent, in the northeastern 69, in
the northwestern 76, and in the central 62
per cent . of tbe average crop. The average
of the state is HI per cent. Peaches promise
In the southwestern, northeastern and
eentral parts of the state 64 per cent,, lathe
southeastern 34, snd la the northwestern
72 per cent, of the average erop. The aver
age for tbe state It 5i per cent.
Kansas Crrv, Mo., July 13. -An EIU
worth, Kansas, special says: 'A worthless
fellow, named Jones, stabbed his wife four
times with a biaVher-kuife Thursday night.
She had refused to live wMn him. Phy
sicians say tbe woman cannot recover.
Officers are pursuing tbe murderer."
Halifax, July 13. The steamer Cu
peso, from Baltimore, for tWs port, oe en
tering tbe harbor this morning In a fog
went ashore near Mcag bar's beasrfa light at
low tide. It is exposXed that she will get
off without damage.
Hilled by ma Ban's slon.
Lt'DtNGTON, Mith...Iu'y 13. Hoatrstrem
A Cousin's shingle mill, near Custer, wai
blown to pieces Thursday, by the explosion
of a boiler, .lolin Mcintosh waskffledand
several others severely injured.
Killed While Beading the Bible.
Albany, N. Y., July 11. Michael
IV t, aged seventeen, while reading the
Hlfile vesterdav was struck by lightulng and
JULY 13, 1883.
CATTLK-Exports S S0O6 00; good to
choice ir. i ' j -I0(a5 hi); common to
fair, 4 ,,.ii i !I0: butchers', $2 30(3
4 8.'i; Texans, 1 75(W 10: stoekers, $36.
Market fairly active at Ktuzlfic lower.
Hous-Quiet and slow;20r330e lower.
Light."! iWaJtf 10; mixed packing $4 703
5 iu; heavy packing and shipping $5 000
CATTLE Export steers $i 7605 90; good
to heavy do $6 3urdd 60; u&ht to fair 4 85
CrK) 10; common to Biedldm $4 41X34 85;
fair to good Colorado UCdA 60; southwest
$3 "Mi 85; corn -fed Teraers $4 3)rtf6 26;
light to good stock ers t3 0063 90; fair to
good feeders $4 0Wi4 25; common te choice
native eows and heifers $3 26CaH 25; aeaila
watrs of any kind $2 7561 00.
.SII K.F.I' Common, medium and light
fl 2.V0:i 40; fslr.to good $3 5Qr33 75; prime
13 NV4 25.' fair to good Texani 2 503
HOGS Active at advance of 15c for
Yorkers with salosiat 1550 45 80;
hcAvics of all description dead dufl at J4 fa
fct't lo for mixed packing, and $5j2o3
5 3.T for butchers and Philadelphia! ; eklpa,
culls WO! 75.
WHKAT-Hlgher. closing at fl 61
August; fl 03 September; 5104 V Oc
tober; if I OS's" November; 9 year.
COllN-lllgher; 51V July; 52 SfoV
August; fil,fS62 September; 51X Oc
tober: 40 vear.
OATS Weaker; 84 July; 29 August;
27 V September; 274 year.
WIIEAT-Hlgher; closing at $1 06
July; fl 03 August; $1 07 K September;
$1 OHV October: $1 05W year.
COKN-Higher; 46 July; 47 X August;
48V September; 43 October; 42' year.
OATS-Weak; 82V July; 26X August;
25 V year.
WHEAT Auifusl Si 13 V: Sentembor
ifl 111' : October $1 18 V.
CORN August 61.V; September 02V b.:
October 63 V.
O.VTS-Augt:st 38; September 86X(1
30V; October 30 V.
BUTTER We quote: Creamery at 20331
for choice to fancy, to 23 for selections.
Dairy at 15rrl7 for choice to fancy, and
18 for selections; fair to good 10Yli; com
mon 8310. Country packed Uiieliaiiged;
receipts and demand both small; quote
selected WitflO, medium 036, low trade
POULTRY Market glutted with spring
cMokeus, which were slow sale at lower
prices: small and scrubby II 2531 50,
medium to fair ft 7532, good lo choice
$ 2532 50, fancy large ft 75. OM ohickeni
were in fair demand at steady rates: hem
t434 25, mixed $3 603 3 76, cooki $33
KO(S-Qulet but stady at 12V o candled.
Old and doubtful lots less, aoeerdlng to
Country markets rattier quiet. Mixed
American corn to arrive aslvanoad 6d. Soot
wheat rather dull; No.S spring 9s;
1 iprlng none Iu market: western winter
He lud. Western oon dull and easier 6s l.
Demand from United Klngsteai and Conti
nent not much doing In wheat aud corn,
Receipts wheat past wee 1M.000 centals,
f which 140.6V0 were Atneriean.
The blood It the foundation ot
life, it circulates through every part
of the body, and unless it is pure
and rich, good health is impossible.
If disease has entered the system
the only sure and quick way to drive
it out is to purify and enrich the
These simple facts are well
known, and the highest medical
authorities agree that nothing but
iron will restore the blood to its
natural condition; and also that
all the iron preparations hitherto
made blacken the teeth, cause head
ache, and are otherwise injurious.
Brown's Iron Bitters will thor
oughly and quickly assimilate w ith
the blood, purifying and strengthen
ing it, and thus drive disease from
any part of the system, and it will
not blacken the teeth, cause head
ache or constipation, and is posi
tively not injurious.
Saved his Child.
ij N. Eutaw St, Riltimore, MJ.
Feb. 13, iBSo.
Gems : L'pon the recommenda
tion of a friend I tried Ukown's
Ikon IIittrks as a tonic and re
storative for my daughter, whoia
I wns thoroughly convinced waa
isting away with Onsumpti'iu.
Having lost three daughter! by th
terrible disease, under the care of
eminent physicians, I waa loth to
tlieve that anything could arreat
the prnijres of the disease, but, to
my great surprise, before ni y daugh
ter hail taken one bottle of Bhown's
Ikom I.iithhs, she began to mend
anil now is quite rratored to former
health. A fifth daughter bejan to
ilmw signa of Consumption, and
uhen the physician was consulted
lie quickly aaid " Tonics were re
quired ;" and when informed that
trie elder sister waa taking Hkown's
Ikom Hitikks, responded, "lhat ia
a good tunic, taVe it."
Brown's I ros Hitters effectual
ly cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion and
Weakness, and renders the greatest
relief and benefit to persons suffering
from such wasting diseases as Con
auuiptiou, Kiducy CoinplaiuU, etc
ft- 3 -.1
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