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-&Cti& For I)ypila,
C o 1 1 u ess,
C tirouio I)lr.
Iin-uirlty of tlir
and all I)ln-itii
cisum1 liy J-
rangnment of Llvr, Muwel and Klilnoy.
SYMPTOMS OF A THSKAHED I.IVER.
Had Hreath; I'ain in the Side, sometimes ihe
naln li (til under the Shoulder-blade, mistaken for
Rheumatism; general l's of appetite; Howeb
generally costive, sometimes alternating with lax;
(lie head it troubled with lain, is dull a. id heavy,
wilh considerable lots if memory, accompanied
with a painful sensation of leaving undone something
srltich ought to have ben dune; B slight, dry cough
and flushed face ii sometimes an attendant, often
tnlitakrn for cnnsuniMion; the patient complaint
of weariness and deliiluy ; nervous, easily itartled;
feet cold or burning, sometimes a prii.kly sensation
of the akin csists; spoils art low and ii Smndent,
and, although satisfied th-,t exercise would lie bene
ficial, yet one can harilly summon hp fortitude to
try it In fact, distrusts every ri'm.-.'y. Several
of the above symptom attend the disease, hut cases
have occurred when b:tt few of tlirm existed, yet
esainiiiation after death has shown the Liver to
have been cateiuively deranged.
It should be used liy nil irron, old and
young, talii'OHVor any of the alx'Ve
Parson TrnriUiiff or Living la Cto
hwallaiy IjoamUUm, Try uklng d.s weasion
ally to keen the laver in firaliliy action, will avoid
all Malaria, Itlliuua ntiu.k., lm
lea. Drowsiness, lJeprei.su n r.f Spine, etc. It
will Invie iraie like a glass of wiue, hut la Uo In
If Tuu have eaten anything hard of
dlKeatimi, or feel heavy jfier mean, or l
lose at night, take a dose and you will be relieved.
Time and Doctor' Kill will be aaved
by alwayi k-dng the Itcfiilutor
In tli IIoiihoI
For, whatever the ailment may b, a thoroughly
tafe purgative, allcnttlvn .-ml tonic can
never ue out of place. I ).e reniei'y is harinlrM
and duns out Interfere with business or
IT IS ITKEI.V VKfiltTAIU.E,
And has all the power and ciicu.y of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of U n jurwa after effects
A flo-rwnor'e Testimony.
Simmons Liver Regulator lin bten in use In my
lamilr fur me time, and I am tatiilied it ia a
Valuable addition 10 the medicd eirnie.
J. Gut. SHor.K, Governor of Ala.
lion. Alexander II. Ste.hn, of Oa.,
My : Have derived some L" -fit from the use of
Sun moot later Regulator, and wish to give it a
"Tba only Thing- that ncer fall to
Heller." f have used ounv r medics for lyv
peptia. Liver A flection and tiebility, Krut never
have fcund anything to benefit me to the eiient
buamona Liver Regulator has. I sent from Min
nesota to feorgia Irr it. and would send 'urther for
such a medicine, and would advise ail ho are sim
ilarly affected to give it a tn..l as it seems the wily
thing that never hilt to relieve
P. M. Jannev. Minneapolis, Minn.
Ir. T. W. Masiin rwyxi Krom actual e
perience in the use of bimm . is Liver Regulator 10
my practice 1 have been and am satisfied to use
and prescribe it at a purgative aiediuue.
HajTTale only the Genuine, which always
baa on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of J, . ZEIXX CO.
FOR SAI.F. BY ALL DkUOGISTS.
Wg ltl pr iHs sbort rewt'a tnr SBV f l-net Cntnt'lstel'
W'rals. rS htwh. le.l..-fil.-Ti.-.Aifl'fi t rcMtliffii.
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JliHN C. VTKIT Cil, 'l a l W. siklitn Ki., Ckli,
TmUitl Hklifmnl 1 ii.nl rrl i u it,.i.lvf 1 1 ,ttuu
Health is Wealth I
Lib K ('. V kit's Nerve and IIii.mn Thfat.
atisr, a stuiimntoH.1 8iwijr fur llteriii. iMmi.
nflaa, Cunrilaiiin, Vila. Nervnim .Ni'tiralKia,
llailnrh, NmitM rro'niti'in cuk-I by the tim
ofalcoliMl ortohncofi, IVakefulnefMs, MfUUil Dw
premuuii, KufteninK "i t'1" liniin raiiltinir in in
sanity and hiulum to niiM'ry, dwny and ileal Ii,
I'romutnro Old Ajjk. Hiirn iim, Lk of Ihiwit
in either m-t. Invulnntry Ivnehea atnl 8iermat.
orrhira rniiwHi byTr-,xrtiiin of thr brain, self,
abuse or over-induUfPtice. Vwh Imit contains
one monlh'a tntit merit. $Uia box, or six bnxea
for $.1.UU, sent by mini mrHidon receipt of rrico,
Wii .1.KAXTKK HIX KOXFS
To cure uny case. With each nnler renoivod byt'i
for aix bona. ftrcomumd with I'JU we wnl
end tho purflinwr our written utmiitnlen to
fnnd tlie money if the treatment dues not eflocl
cure, Guanui'ixis itwuedonlyby
HARRY W. SCIIUII,
Draicgld. Cor. t'ommurclal avo. lritti at., Cairo,
QEOUGE II. LEACH, M.I).
PHYSICIAN tfe SURGEON,
Hpecial attention pnldto the 1 1 n u. putlilc ireat-
ment 01 aurijicai dleia.'i, ana alteaava or women
and rhl drvn.
tiKr'ICK Ou Uih atruct, op ih. situ the l'ot
0(11 ce. Cairo, III.
jJU. J. E. 8TR0X0,
123 Cdininorciiil avo., Cairo, III.
VAI'Oll. KLBUTHO-VAPUli anu MRDICATliD
A lady lu attendance.
K. W. C. JOCKLYN,
OKKU'B Rlghth Street. ner romi; i rrla! Avetine
R. K W. WHITLOCK-,
Dun tnl Surgwon.
Ornci No. M C'untmerrlal Avunuu, hutweoo
tM'i and Ntt.tb Str"t
Shop on Hallldny Avunun, bctwenn Kutirlb and
Sixth ntri'utn, Cairo, lllluols.
'All kinds ol Unlit and heavy hlacksmlllilnir.
wagon and carrlago work done In the tnortwoik
manlike maunor. ilorao-suoulug a specialty and
atlfactlon guarautesd .
klavl I atAiJA
LJSl. . ! . . S
Better Servioe Demanded by the St.
The Olaimi of the Western Union The
Situation at Several Points Nn
St. Locis, July 25. -But few of thn
itrlksm could be leoo about tb teleeraili
offltes this raornlnif, and they profeacd to
bavs beard nothing Dew. There ia no
change Id the situation. Mr. lirown said
thli morninK that he was sorry for those,
who went oo the strike, a their places hal
been filled, and even If they wanted to noine,
back he did not sue bow be could diacbari'n
tba man and women who bad stood by thn
company 1n this trouble. He conatdered
the strike a complete failure, and
o far a he himself was concerned pro
posed to drop the nubject from bis mind.
He said he bad sufficient men on 'Change
to do all the business that was offered,
though there was very little doing, a In
usual at this season.
A striker referring to Mr. Brown's re
mark about there being no vacanclea In
the office for them to fill, said that wt
all gammon. Tbe Western Union would
bave to give In and all tbe men woulil get
back their keys. "As we went out In a
body we will go back In a body, no mat
tar what Mr. Brown says," he concluded.
Word has been received from Chicago
thst the managers of the Gould ylem of
railroads had been notified that If thr sup
plied any more men to the Wetern Union
company all tbe railroad operators would be
On 'Change tbe feeling was one of more
satisfaction, tbe markets coming In better
abape than any previous day since the utriko
was Inaugurated. Col. L. C. Baker has
notified President Ewsld tbat he will allow
a rebate for all market reports that were
not received in proper time and shape. At
a meeting of the directors of the Exchange
beld at noon the following resolutions were
Whereas, tbe business of the members of
this Board and the general Interests o f this
elty and state have been seriously Interfered
with by tbe Inability of tbe difforcnt tele
graph companies to perform satisfactorily
the business entrusted to tbem, and de
manded by tbe established methods of do
B-esolved, That this board, whilst fre
fralnlng any expression of opinion as to tbe
position taken by tbe telegraph companies
or tbelr employes, we do hereby
protest acalnst tbe very imperfect and un
satisfactory servioe rendered tbe Exchange
and Its members during tbe put week.
Resolved, That this board. In tbe inter
est of tbe members of this Exchange and tbe
commerce of this city and section, hereby,
respectfully request of tbe tclcocaph com
panies tbat tbey Immediately provide relief
tor the nccceesitles of our trade by (riving
to this Excbsng and its members better
telegraphic facilities. And further,
Resolved, That copies of these resolu -tlons
be telegnpbed to the manager of the
Wentern Union and Baltimore & Ohio
At .New Tot-Is.
IN'iw YoRg, July IS. Tbe situation
down town, an far as the effects of the
trlke are concerned, are uncbanged. and
buslutas Is Htlll very seriously injured by
tbe Interruption of telegraph facilities. At
tbe Produce Exchange the members are be
coming very impatlnt. Tba trades are
KUffcrlng by reason of the strike. At the
Stork Exchange tbe complaint and pro
test of members are also growing louder
and louder. Mr. Frederick Talcott de
clared tbat something must be dono to
settle tbe difficulty, aa the public could not
stand this state of affairs much longer, lie
represented tbat the fooling on this
matter Is becoming more and more
Interne among tbe members of the Ex
change. Mr. Henry Clews corroborates
this statement. He says that tbe company
made a great mistake In not compromising
with the operators at first, instead of Flap
ping them In tbe face, and be declares that
the only outcome of tbe fight, must ultluil
mately be a compromise. The brokers ,ie
Heve that the claims of the strikers aro
Just. President Orton, says be, would
never have permitted the mistake of allow
ing the operators to strike.
Thousands of tickets for tbe base-ball to
day In behalf of tbe strikers were sold on
the street! Tuesday.
Simon Sterne, the aotl-monopoly lawyer,
bat prepared for the Board of Transpor
tation an opinion, to the effect that the
telegraph companies stand legally In the
ssme position as the railroad companies did
during the freight handler's strike, tbat
they come under the operation of the com
mon law in regard to eoramon carriers.
At Castle Garden much difficulty was ex-
perlenced in obtaining replies to telegrams
sent out to friends of arriving Immigrants,
and in many cases tbe mall service whu imurt
in place of the telegraph. This trouble costs
we euie mucb money, as Dersona who am
obliged to await their friends, or Instruc
tions from friends, must . be
Cisrod for by the Tom
Many ara detained for over thirty-six
hours, and sleeping accommodations and
ia are lumisoea them. At the Ship
ws office much Inconvenle ne Is flt v..
the news wblch Is received. Owlnsr to the
gnorance of the female, operators of .hin.
ping vernacular, all reporta bavt to be vtrl
Hod by tho agents of an incoming vessel be
fore they are used officially,
ucn. bcicert on Doing shown a Chlewr
dispatch staling that Dr. (J rem was report-
en to nave caoieu mm to ooDcede to tbe de
mands of the strikers, said at once and em.
phatloally that not only bad bo such dis
patch been received, but that Dr. Green
bad id bis laat cablegram expressed a dia
metrically opposite sentiment.
BUMMING UP THR WKKK.
Tbe week of the strike has ceased and tho
peaceable disposition and the orderlteon.
duct of the strikers has called out universal
oommenastion. Tbey have made many
friends imong tbe general pu"llo and in
buslnoss circles. Id private conversation
they talk very decidedly and persistently of
their expectations, and seem to have no In
tontlon of wavering. Tbelr determination
it the subject of much commeot, and even
at executive omcea the greatest surcrlss le
expressed tbat they should, In view of tbe
Ituatloo, be determined to bold out. It
cannot be said tbat Jo outward appearance
istfreu any iinaenuaauig between Ue
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY
Mmpsny and Its opera'nrs, or that tin
llrotlmrbood committer Is any better than
it wan a week ago. It Is generally conceded
tlntt tho telegraph business Is being done
with fair promptness and correctnexs.
Many aggravating delays occur, however,
which sre not fully explained by the un
favorable condition for the last three (lays.
Westers- I'ulan Noon Bulletin.
New Voh, July 25. East Boston one
and one-half hours behind time; way in
good shape. South Chattanooga still
down. New Orleans O. K. Long Branch
thirty minutes behind. Baltimore one
hour behind. Philadelphia clear; ways
well up. West Indianapolis two hours
behind. Cincinnati oue hour and a half
behind. 8t. Louis one aud a half hours
bebluil. Detroit dear. Cleveland clear
ami relaying. Chicago one hour behind.
Buffalo one hour and a half behind. Pitts
burg one hour and a half behind. North
Albany clear. Syracuse thirty minutes
behind. Montreal forty minutes behind.
Saratoga clear; ways well up. Business
Hula a; tba Western I'nlon.
Pnu.ADKi.pnu, July 25. C. 1C. Fuller,
of 1.18 South Delaware avenue, this after
noon began five civil suits against the West
ern Union Telegraph company for refusing
to tranmit meisages lor him under
the ordinary prluted conditions. Ful
ler appeared before Magistrate List and
bad the lulls Issued, returnable Monday.
Cincinnati, July 25. .Superintendent
Miller makes public statement tbat the
Western Union receipts at Cincinnati for
the wetk ending July 21, including first two
and half days of strike, show an iticresse of
$Ki over the receipts of the corresponding
week last. year.
Pnn.ADEi.rniA. July 25. A special
meeting of the Philadelphia Maritime
Exchange Is called to consider the inter
ruption to business occasioned by tbe tele
graph strike. It has been called for Fri
THE NIAGARA TRAGEDY.
Latest Particulars of the Death of Capt.
Webb in Whirlpool Rapids
DIU'ffalo, July 25. Capt. Matthew
Webb, tin noted English swimmer, wai
lost in the Niagara whirlpool rapid yester
day afternoon. It bad been advertised for
several weeks tbat be would attempt to ge
over tbe course which the Maid-of-tbe-Mist
ran in her trip to escape an attachment
many years ago. No craft but this one
ever survived the perils of that terrible
channel, and no human being save bercrew
ever parsed alive through :he rapids.
Captain Webb and his business manager,
Kred Kyle, of Boston, left Buffalo In the
morning and spent moat of tbe day at the
hotels about the falls, taking but a cursory
survey of the rapids. At two o'clock the
prei.s representatives and others immedi
ately Interested were informed
that the Captain would enter tbe
river at 4 o'clock. Tbe number of vis
ltrs wa small, there being not more than
five hundred scattered along tbe banks to
w tnt'M the hazardous undertaking. The
failure of the railroad companies and hotels
tn-operate with him rendered the enter
prise a failure financially, it was precise
ly four o clock whe:i Capt. Webb sprang
from bis ioat about a third of a mile from
the railroad suscusion bridge ind close to
the old Mald-of-tboMlst landing. Helwas
entiii ly mude.save a band worn around bU
boily for tbe protection of bin stomach.
The daring and accomplished swimmer
gave himself no artificial assistance what
ever. His leap from the boat was greeted
with prolonged cheering.
II SC STRUCK BOLDLY
Into the middle of the river, and buoyed
hlmMf gracefully upon tbe surface of tbe
water, as the mighty current carried him
tjwanl the deadly whirlpool, nearly a mile
anil a half below. It was a thrilling spec
tacle, and a brilliant performance. Tbe
H untie in the rapids lasted thirteen mWi
lite, by which time Capt. Webb had
reached the whirlpool. Here be
wa-, heen to inrow up one oi bis arms, aa
If U signal some unforeseen danger. A
second later be was burled in the foaming
billows, wblch d.'fch upwards forty or fifty
leet una wnin and see t Do as If lasted
by a thousand demon. This was tbe last
seen of the Intrepid natator. The search
com i niiea until dark, when bis manager
gave him up as lost and returned to
Niagara Kalis. Capt. Webb was 40 years
of ajro. Ho leaves a wlfo ami two children
in Kngland. lie accumulated $15,000 by
his exhibitions. Capt. Webb was a man of
powerful physique, being six feet one inch
tall, finely proportioned and weighing about
2ixj pounds when In condition, He was a
most powerful swimmer and made long
distance swimming a specialty. Ills great
est feat was In swimming across the Eng
lish Chaiinl from Dover to Calais. The
trial took place August 24th and 25th, 1875,
and after a desperate struggle with tbe
choppy sea he accomplished the distance
of twenty-five miles In 24 hours 45
TIlKfftlCflT TIMK ON RECORD.
July 12, IS, 8, be swam with the tide on the
Thames r Ivcr, a distance of forty miles In 0
nours ou minutPH. At the Lambeth baths,
London, from May 1!) to 24, Capt. Webb
swain 14 hours a day and accomplished 74
miles. With only 4 minutes' rest, he swam
for ii hours, the trial taking place at Scar
borouifh, England, August (I, l.HSO. Ho al
so kept afloat for 0 conrecutlvo hours with
out touching anything, the trial being at
Scarborough, June m to July l, isto. Au
giiKt M, iHi, bo swam, unassisted, from
,and,v Hook to Manhattan Beach. Coney Is
land. He swam several races with Wlllio
Heekwlth, but was as often defeated.
From June 20 to 25, ISM, In a (M-hoiir race
of 10 hours a day, he was beaten bv Heck-
wilh, who made 04 miles 82 laps, 40 laps to
the mile, and Capt. Webb swam 2 miles 12
ias, in this country ha gave many exhi
bitions of long distance swimming at Coney
Island, Loug Branch and Newport.
The Hill lieailta.iia.
UI.NOTON, July 25.-Thls mornlnir
beforo tbe Iltll Investigating committee
Coleman read an al1avlt reciting the fraude
alleged to bave been, committed In connco
tion;withthe Hone-dressing conlraeU, and
rrttlnir, forth thaiuamc. Testimony essential
tr tho prosecution will be obtained from
persons residing In Qulncy. Mass., where
some work was douo. lie asked tbe com
mittee to go there Tolton said that Cole
nuui was not eutlllud to tho testimony he
desired. It was not rebuttal but only
ctmiulatlve proof. Coleman maintained
that tho testimony was Important,
primarily and proper to be given. Tbe
committee preserved tbelr decision upoi
the question. In regard to Chicago wit
cesses the oiwdrniaa laid that Wattuld
was now oo hli way home, and tbeeollectoi
expected to receive tbe attendance of King
and Woodman. Coleman asked that King
and Woodman be authorized by telegraph
to examine the beating apparatus In the
Ohlcago building, In order that tbey rnlghl
be able to testify clearly. Hfil was then
placed upon tbe stand to cstlfy to slate
menu In answer to charges of fraud In fur
nishing the elevators. He said the commit
tee expected to he appointed by the secrc
tary of the treasury to select the elevators
for the Chicago building had reported lu fa
vor of the Hale apparatus. The report wai
read In evidence.
Rounloti of (srariaa'a lonleUerate,
Lkxinuton, Ky., July 85. The re
union of John Morgan's Confederate com
mand Is now in progress here. Several
hundred members of that notable force are
now In camp on part of the estate of Henry
Clay in tents furnished by tbe War de
partment. Jefferson Davis was Invited,
but sent a letter saying that Ill-health pre
vented blm from attempting the fatigue of
so long a Journey, and tbe txuitement ol
so Joyous an occasion, lie continued:
"The name of your association Is eloquent
ly commemorative of daring deeds per
formed, of dire suffering borne and bar
barous indignities inflicted on men who had
bravely struggled In the unequal combat te
vindicate the rights their fathers left
Tbe daughter of John Morgan Is among
the guests, also Mr. Tiffany, who was the
Federal postmaster at Camp Chase. Ad
dresses were made by Frank Waters, Geo.
Preston, Gen. Duke, exGox. McCreary,
Geu. John S. Williams and others. Rev.
W. II. Jones of Richmond, Va.,gave a lec
ture on "Boys In Gray."
Cruellies of mn ludlau Han Dance.
Chicago, July 25. A Times Rosebud
agency, Dakota, special says tbe annual
sun dance of the fcloux Indians occurred
Tuesday afternoon at a camp near that
agency, about one thousand savages being
present from all parts of the reservation,
and a number of white visitors. Fifteen
warriors entered for the dance, having
fasted four days before entering upon it.
The bodies of all these were frightfully lac
erated according to the usages of tbe
tribe, attesting tbe game qualities of be
participants. It Is probable that this Is tbe
last time that these cruelties will be per
mitted. A strong effort Is to be made to
bave the government Interdict the barba
Chandler Geta Seveaty Votes.
Concord, N. H.,July 25. The thirty
third Joint ballot for United Statel Senator,
whole number 320, necesnary 171, took
place to-day. William S. Ladd, 1; E. 11.
Rollins, 1; Bainbrldge Wadlelgh, 1; Henry
E. Buraham, 1; Aaron F. Sevens, 1;
Daniel Barnard, 8; Jacob H. Ela, 8; Ben
jamin F. Prescott, 2; Charles H. Bell, 2;
Jaboh II. Gallinger, 6; Austin F. Hike, 10;
Charles II. Burns. 20; James W. Patter
son, 25; Mason W. Tappan, 20; Oilman
Marston, 36; Wm. E. Chandler, 70; Harry
Bingham, 114. Pike gains 9 over yesterday;
Burns, y; Marston, 10; Tappan ,lost 9;
Patterson, 6; Stevens, 16; Cnandler, 1.
Kaunas City, Juy 25. The Jury In the
Suln case returned a verdict of murder In
tbe second degree, to-day, and sentenced
hlra to twenty-five years in tbe penitenti
ary. On the first ballot the Jury stood seven
lor conviction In Wie first degree and five for
acquittal. Finally, murder in the second
degree wai settled on, and the second bal
lot was eight for conviction and four for
acquittal. Counsel moved for a new trial.
The verdict is looked upon by a few as Just,
but the large majority consider it outrage
ous. The prisoner is confident a new trial
will be granted.
Kara lot: a Itacoa.
Saratoga, July 25.-1:30 p. ra. First
race, one mile Wapekoncta, first; Ref
eree, second; Boatman, third. Time,
Secoud race, one mile, 600 yards Fel
lowplay, first; Hartman, second; Man
damus, third. Time, 2:15H.
Third race, five furlongs Bridget, first;
King Tom. second; Tally Uo, third.
Time, 1:04 V.
Fourth race, selling, three-quarters of a
mile Bell Bov, first; Tallyrand, second;
"Wellington, third. Time, 1:17V.
Naw York, July 25. Contrary to ex
pectation, the striking dress and cloak
makers did not return to work to-day.
The members are still dissatisfied. They
eay they will not resume work until tbe de
mands of thoe working for small outside
employers or contractors are complied with.
me manufacturers say iney win make no
further concession to the strikers.
Alton, HI., July 25. Something very
like a water-spout struck thss C. A A. train
yesterday morulng about eight miles this
aide of Jollet. The track was inundated
and the fire In the engine extinguished.
After a delay of several bourn the train ar
rived here rather the worse for its tussle
with tbe watery monster.
Lynchburg, Va., July 25. The Demo
cratic Slate Convention met in the Opera
bouse at noon, with Corbln M. Reynolds
presiding as; temporary chairman. Every
county I" the State was fully represented
and the Opera-house was scarcely large
enough to accommodate the convention.
A TERRIBLE ACCIDIC-IT,
Resulting la tho Death c f One aasenzer
and the Wounding; of Six Others.
BSt. Joskph, Mo., July 25. - A frurbtful
accident occurred last night on the Wabash,
St. Louis A Pacific R. R., near Lawson. It
wai a freight train with a passenger cir,
and seven pasacngcra were on board. One
was killed, a patent right man, who lived
at Lathrop. One lady, a Mlas Edwrrds, of
Richmond, had an arm broken in two
places and one ear cut off, and her shoul
der-blade broken. One woman in a
delicate condition wai Injured In a serious
nianuer. She lives in Lawson. She can
not survive. A Kansas City drummer
has his left arm broken In three places, and
bis arm-bone showed throuch the skin and
out of hie clothing al the shoulder. The
other four were eeverely Injured. One Is
dead, two cannot live and two others are
severely", perhaps seriouely, injured. All
the train men escaped. Not a wheel or rail
Is damaged. This la a iweullar accident:
the train wm running fiftean miles an hour
when tbe accident occurred and wai three
miles from any town and bo help could be
obulned (or Uo Injured for two hours. It
wai a borrld aeeae. The man who was
killed wm dragged one htsBdred jarda and
out and mantled heyoaj reengnaln.
This Water ratntae la Ml. tools.
Sr. Louis, July 25. The mayor's pro.
clainatlon forbidding the use of water for
sprinkling the itreets bids fair to produce
considerable trouble for Ihe Improved
street Sprinkling company, which In some
Is under heavy bonds to fulfill lis con
tracts. With Barr A Company and
the Southern hotel. The company ii under
fi,:m bonds, and both refuse to release
it (rum ill engagement. The pres
ident of the company called
upon tbe mayor aud city counselor to know
If tome arrangements will not be made
whereby the harbor boat could pump water
from the river to the corner of Walnut and
Second streets, where tbe sprinkling carta
could receive it, and thus evade the forfeit
ure of the bonds. No definite conclusion
was reached, the Harbor and Water Com
missioner not having bad time
to determine what action would be beet.
low a rrlae, Flft-at Baa Stopaosl.
Wii.kesbarkr, Pa., July 25. -A deeper
ate prize light for $500 was fought near
Nautle.oke Tuesday evening. The principals
were Paddy O'Kiien, a saloon-keeper, and
Mike Bicese, a miner. The men entered
the ring according to the rules of the Mar
quis of Queensliury. Eleven rounds were
fought, when a crowd of women broke Into
tin! ring, brandishing knives and pistols,
anil put a stop to thn fight. Both tal
pugilists were badly punished.
The Scourge Still Spreading The litaor
tion to be Investigated bj Scientist!
K.M.I. A. Ml
Lontiov, July 25. The reported quaran
tine will he enforced at Dover aud Leith
against vessels arriving from the porta ln
lecied with cholera. A dispatch to the
Times says tbat the number of deaths from
cholera at Manstirah yetterday was 13,
Cbllun 113, Zifteh 23, Mehallet 43, Qhlxeh
95, Tantah 16. Two hundred and eighty,
four deaths occurred, at Cairo within the
last twelve hours.
Pahis, July 25. The government has
Introduced In the Chamber of Deputies and
demanded urgency there for a credit of
50.000 francs for paying the expenses of the
scientific commission, which, It Is pi' -posed,
to send to Egypt to Investigate the
nholera epidemic. A paper has been read
by Fauvet before the Academy of Sciences,
in which the writer says the cholera in
Eg.ipt will most likely end In six weeks.
He says that previous experience sbowi
that the rapidity of the decrease ofjhe dis
ease l always In accordance with the rapid
ity of its spread.
65S DEATH'S AT CAIRO.
London, July 25. A dispatch to the
Central News states that 558 deaths from
cholera have occurred at Cairo during the
laht twenty-four bourn.
Lima, July 25. General Lynoh bas pub
llsticd a decree calling upon all the officer!
and chiefs In Lima who were with Coceree
to present themselves within five days at
CtiarUi ou pain of being treated as spies
a religious dill.
Blknos Avres, July 25. After consld
erat.lo discussion in the Cbimber of
Deputies Saturday tbe religious instruo
bT bill was rejucted by a majority of forty-
Great floods bave caused much damage In
Mt-xicir. July 25. The Academy of
Sciences has appointed Prof. Marsh, of
Vale University, a member of that acade
my. A UNITARY ROARD.
Berlin. !.. 2'). The National Zeit
ung reports thai seven of the powers are
negotiating for the establishment of an in
ternational panltary board at either Geneva
JULY 25. 1883.
HOGS Slow, 10c lower. Light 5 654
b" 25; mixed packing $S10istjO; heavy
packing and shipping, $5 fttrtftt 00.
CATTLE Export steers $585(3600: good
to heavy do f5 3jr-.- 75; light to fair it 85a
5 10; co.nmonto inedhim V4 iOfet 85; fair
to good Colorado $4fr5 50; southwest $3 75
fo-t ..-; Grass Tex ana $8 2544 75; light to
good Btockept $ 503 75; fair to good feed
ers ii KVa4 2i); common to obotae native
lows and heifers ;f4 25f(M 25 ; scallawags of
any kind fj 7.Ya)3.
Hi ius -Active at a large advance. Yorken
at J-i iHifrrtt 20; mixed to good pack
ing.") 4"f5 70; butchers to extra 0 00f3
SHEEP Common, medium and light
$2 2.V,f.) .V); fair to good .1 60fi 00; prime
J-UU'o-l OU; fair to good i'exans f J 60(3
WHEAT Higher; closing at ttOSH
August; $l05-a September; I106X
October; $1 07V Novoiniier;$l 02V year.
CUUN-lllglier; 52V July: 51.' August;
61 September; 51V October; 46V year.
OATS-lllgher; 34V July; 29V August;
27S September; 28 October.
WHEAT Higher; closing at $i06V
Julv; tl (KIV August; $1 09 V Septem
ber; ti ii.', October; $l I3V November;
1 OH vear.
(HHlN-Hlgher; 47 V August; 48V
Scteinlier; 4NV October; 42 V year.
ovi'S-Lowor; 30 H a. July; 26a, August;
BITTKIl-Creamery at 1920
for choice to fancy, to 21 for selections;
overheated or poor at dairy rales; dairy
ehlellv at 15fal7, occivslonally 18 was ob
tained In a small way; fair to good 10O12;
common SoilO. Country packed Unchang
ed; selected tffai 10, medium tlfaVt, low grade
TOTATOES-Qulet aud easy at iOOUKU
EUH -Steady at 11c candled.
POl'LTUY Offerings light, but fully
equal to the limited demand; market dull
for both old and young. We
quote: Spring chicken Small and scrub
by W V, fair to good $1 WrVl 75,
choice 2; Old chlckoua Cocke M St,
mixed $3 50(43 75, hem tt. Spring
ducks $2 m 60.
Mixed American eorn to arrlvo advaiieed
0(1. Spot wheat firm and shade higher.
Western winter 9 2d. Mixed wesWrts
corn firm atftnTd. California wheat ad
vanced id. Demand moderate frosa
tlueut (or wheat
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