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THE CAIRO DAILY BTTT T jotn
rAlRO. ILLINOIS, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 23. 1883.
Cm live ue ,
C lirunlo War
Iiiiiuritjr of the
uml nil Dlortwi
riniHcd liy De
rangement of Liver, llowcU and Kidaeyi,
SYMPTOMS OF A WSBASKD I.IVER.
Had llreath; Pain In the Mile, sometimes the
rain Is felt under the ShmMer-llailc, niintakra for
Khetimatism : general lus of appetite; Howell
generally costive, a .inetimca ald-maiing wilh lai;
(he head it troubled wilh pain, ii dull a.ri heavy,
with cnmictrrable losa nf innnnrr, aconniiinied
with a painful trna.iiin of leaving um! ne k'u"iliiiiK
which ought to have Imui dune; a 1I111I1I, dry o'mH
and flushed face it lotiictiniev an attendant, often
mistaken for contumolioii; the patient complaint
of wcarinesi and ilelulii) ; nervoua, r.,ily aUrtleii;
fed cold ,,r burning ,nirtiuira a prickly senaation
of the akin eainta. spirit arr low and if ipondent,
and, although sulfied ibat rxerc.M would le tens
filial, yet one can hardly htiiniiion up fortitude to
try it in fact, diMruMi evrry reinciy , Several
of the above aympLoiix attend the rii. use but caaea
have occurred when hut f. w of ihem eiirl, yet
caamitution after death hai. shuwu the l.iver to
have been extensively deranged.
It should b used by nil prraoim, old nad
young, whmiever isuy of tho above
Porson Triivplliie or T-lvInt; In ITn
htiftlthy S-ncaalllla-, by ukinit a do oi.i.aaion
ally to keep the l.iver in ne.iltby action, will avoid,
all Malaria, Itilioua kIIik Um, I 'nmes, Nau
lea, Druwainesa, lepresn n of Spirits, etc. It
will Invigorate likea gl i ol wine, butla no In
If Tou have eiatm anything hard of
dl(eatloll, or feel heavy after mciis, 01 klecp
Icsa at night, take a dote and you will be relieved
Tim itnd Doctors' ISIlla will ln Raved
by always Ihm-iiIiii; Uin Ilrgiilatur
" In the Home I
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
safe purgative bIHthiIvk -nl toavic can
never be out of place. 'I lie r'm'y i liarmleaa
and doca not Interfere Hltli buaineas or
it is rntKi.Y vKf;r.T.m.K.
And naa all the power and elticacy i f Calomel or
tjiuninc, without any of the injunou after ellcctj.
A Oovernor'a Tratlinnny.
Sirnmotia l.iver Krc'it'-r h.i iiren in use in my
family fur vine lime, and 1 a in satisfied it a
valuable addition to the metliiil .utrw e.
J. tittt. HOHttH, tiuvernor of Ala.
Hon. Alrianiler IT. Ktn.hcrm, of Oa.,
ays: Have derive;! vme benefit Imin the use of
Simmons Liver Kcg .Uiur, and with tu give it a
"The only Thins; that never falla to
Relieve." I have used nvrnv reniedira fur I')t
Depaia, Liver ArTeuiun and tlebilily, but never
have I und anything to benefit me to-the extent
Simmon Uver Kegulalor hat. I aeni frum Min
Deaota to Georgia for it, And Wuuld "nd Wher for
luch a medicine, and would ivlvise all h J are aim
ilarly affected to jrive it a tri-.l at it accms the only
thiruj that never fails to iciiuie
P. M. JaNNirv, Mimfrap'Iia, Minn.
Dr. T. W. BlHaon khvii From actual ex
perience in the iim ol himiDviK l.iver Krrnlator in
aiy practice I hare been and am aatitfied to uac
and preacribc it aa a ruirgatKe medicine.
ItSjrTakf only ttia Genuine, which alwayi
baa on ihe Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
andHlguatureof J. II. KILIN & CO.
FOR SAI F. BV ALL DKUtiGISTS
V7K will ftj th tbnve rvwtH tr ary ru nf Uw OmpJatat
tJHrh. b:k H-.l.t, l.-n.il:.... i Cwutmu,
ctmwt cut. wlLS Mril'i WtH. Lu.r I nil. II,. in,..
umtan urni e.n,riu4 uh. Ivtw pur-l, ,im,. anj
m fjl to r wi.tartk-1. ni CiJ. Ift li. .on
lalalux j;l4. ti u T .... 1 1 a.l dmriMt. H.trt vt
raurh'U Imlumat. T.n r-min loiAulmu-,! nly by
JlHN f. Mt fit, IM a Ivl v.. nu M.. Ckkr
VrwtklaJ iActa wm Ly mail a rt lof" a s wt luunav
Health is Wealth!
Uit K. V. West's Neute and I!kain TnrT.
MSNf, a ifimninUxiil nicihr for llyali-rm, )izxi.
noaa, CuimilMoiin, Fit's Norvoua Ni'iirnluio,
Headarlm, Nhi-voiis Proftnilioncnumil hytlieuw
of alwdiwl or totmocu, VakH(ulni, SlnnUJ liu
prewunu, H.iftiiin uf tho Ilntm rinnlting in in
aanity ami liwlitm to minery, Ucniy and 0" (n,
I'reniNturo Old Air". Hnrr nn. 1ah of power
in either 'wx, Involuntary Ii.oi Bud 8ierTiint.
orrnn-a enumxl liynror-t'iortinn of the brain, aidf
abuaeor nver-iiidulminca, r'Jiih Ux coiiUiin
one montha tnwtment. fl.nia Itox.or mj boxes
for.'i.UJ,wint tiy ninil i.rei-tidon rot-etptof price.
Wi! .i Aitw rr.K kix i)5i:m
To cure t
for an I
ure any cawi. With enrh onler recnive.1 by 119
iix Imixi'R. accoiiipanivil wilh V e
BoiitithopurciuiN'rour writti-n itiiHrunteo t re.
fundtlto money ir tlie iniiiwniuiii uuveiimi
euro. (iuuraiiUiw ismuwI only by
1IARUY W. SCIIUII.
Uruuglit. Cor. Commurcial avu. .t IHia at., Cairo.
II. LEACH, M.I).
PHYSICIAN it SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the II me palhte treat
ment of aurxlcat (linfanci, nnd ulnoavs of women
and chl drvn.
uKUCH (in llib atreut, oipf.aitc the I'ot
office, Cairo, 111
JjU. J. E. STKONO,
128 CunimerrUl Ave, Cairo, III.
VAI'Olt, BLBOrilO-VAI'Oit ani MttDICATKD
A lady In attendance.
JR, W. C. JOCK LYN,
OFFI S Klebth Htreet. nrnr rnninarrlal Avenna
R. E W. WHITLOCK.
Orrtni No. 13(1 Oommorrlal Avunue, hut ween
Krrt'j and Ntl.th Htreeta
:: ' WAGON-MAKER.
Shop od Uallltlny Avanne. helwnen V..urth and
Blxtn Bireota, air, iii"".
tVAII kind nl llht and heavy bUckttnllulif,
mn mnA tai,.. rfnti In tha tnntl work.
Maallka manner, llorao-lhoolim a ipecialty ind.
Malfanllnn wnarat1iA1.it .
I "el 7Z7
HOW THE WORLD GOES,
Death of Hon. Montgomery Blair at
Hit Home Yesterday.
Sketch of His Life A Cotton Sals of
Great Importance Only One Hang
ing to Report A Big Iron Fail
ure Fatal Accident, Eto,
Wabhinoto.v, July 27. -The Hon.
Moniifome.ry Blair died at hla residence at
Silver Spring tbl morning.
Born iu Franklin county on the lOtb of
May, 1813, he graduated at Weit Point In
183ft. F.uterlnK tbe Second Artillery, he
orved in Florida war, but renlgned hU
eouimlaaloii on the 20th of Way, lit
afterwardn ntudled law and began tbe prac
tltie of hiit profemlon In St. Lotila In 18 tT.
He eerved an United Stateii Dintrict At
torney for MlHuourl from 183!) to
'K44, realgnlng tbe poaitlon early in the
Utter year to nt-eept that of Judge of the .St.
Louli Court of Common Pleat. In invj ho
moved to Maryland, and In 1R.V5 was ap
pointed United State Solicitor in the Court
ofCIim. Prior to tbe repealinc of tbe
Mltaourl compromine be had been a Demo
crat, but bavin; lubitequently Joined the
Republican party, vrai removed from hid
office by Present Buchanan in l&S. In
18u7 be acted at counael for the plaintiff in
the Drcd Scott case, and In 1860 prealiled
over the Republican convention of Mary
land, and waa lent ai delegate, to the Chi
cago convention, which nominated Abra
ham Lincoln for the presidency. He took
n active and prominent part in the
campaign of that year, and in
March, 18C1, waa appoint
ed I'oetniaater-'jeneral by Mr. Lin
coln, continuing to n-rve aa aucb until Sep
tember 23. 1864. Mr. Blair was the only
member of the Cabinet who opposed tbe
surrender of Fort Sumter In 1)1, and
throughout the war wm a consistent advo
cate of an energetic policy. He trei)Uous
ly oppoaed, however, the arrest of privtte
cltft-ns, and other obnoxious measures,
and In 1BG5, organized tbe movement that
restored e)f-goverume:it to the people oi
Maryland, doing for that state what his
brother, (ten. Frank Blair, did for Mis
souri. Mr. Blair was an earnest and pow
erful supporter of President Andrew John
son, and threw tbe whole weight of
his Influence agalnnt tbe reconstruction
policy of the Republican party. In tho
great political campaign of 1870, lie
espoused the cause of) Mr. Tilden, the
Democratic candidate for tbe Presidency,
and In 1877 wai elected a member of the
Maryland Legislature. In 182 be wan tbe
Democratic candidate far Congress from
sixth district of Maryland, but was de
feated. Mr. Blair ban been residing at the
old Blair homestead at Silver Sprlug,
Montgomery eounty, Maryland. He was
regarded as one of tbe ablest lawyers and
political thinkers In tbe country, and bis
areer waa one of remarkable activity in
A ISOO.OOO Fallal r.
Outiu:d, July &7. Tho Ward Iron
company of Xiles and New Philadelphia,
has failed, liabilities estimated atj:W0,i0.
Tbe available asseui are said to be Ires than
(5,000. The company consists of Mrs.
Eihta Ward,-mother of James Ward. The
company employed about 400 men who
operated mills in Mica, bought on contract
from, and now reverting to, Cleveland,
Brown & Co., this city. Tbey aUo oper
ated a mill in New Philadelphia, costing
flM.OOO, which will be Involved in litiga
tion, as tbe site and $40,000 were given by
tbe town of New Philadelphia to be
deeded to the company after
tbe completion and whenever 250 men
hould be employed, which part ot con
tract tbe company haa not fulfilled. The
rolling mill InM't owned by Mrs. L. K.
Ward, the wife of Jamtn Ward, is said to
be involved, but she is said to be tbe daugh
ter of the late George H. Brown, the Pitts
burg millionaire, and has property to meet
all liabilities. James Ward failed in 1873.
He has since been managing business for
hii mother and wife. Tbe banking house
of A. O. Bentley A Co., Nilcs, cloned
doors yesterday on account of a run on tt
by tbe creditors of the Ward Iron com
pany, but It Is supposed to be able to meet
all liabilities, having as collateral personal
checks of Mrs. L. B. Ward.
A Legal najaKlwar-
Nam York, July 27. Edward Hovey
was hanged In tbe Toombs Jail yard this
morning for the murder of bis sister-in-law,
Mrs. Fanny Vermllyea, on the 17th
last. Judxa Donobue denied tbe motion
for a new trial of Hovey, saying that tho
prisoner's condition at tbe time ot tbe pre
liminary trial did not enter into the case.
Tbe fact that he was in a highly nervous
condition from excessive use of liquor, on
April 27, 1882, could In no way over-ride
tbe fact that he was perfectly cool and ra
tional when the fatal shot was fired. Ho
Tey's death-watch began at 6 o'clock on the
morning of the 17th, and was kept
up at night and day until he was taken to
Horrible Rallrad Accident.
Lancaster, Pa., July 27. At 6:30 this
morning the second section of the fast ex
press East on tbe Pennsylvania railroad
struck a market wagon containing Henry
Welch and his wife and Miss Alice Switz of
Mount Joy at Manhelm road crossing.
Miss Swtlz and tbe horse was killed In
stantly. Welch, with a part of the vehicle,
was dragged about a hundred yards, and
was dead when found. Mrs. Welch Hived
only about twenty minutes. Mr. Welch
was terribly mangled. Tbe engineer
whistled to warn the occupants of the
wagon, but Welch tried to whip his horse
across tbe track.
Samka, July 27. There was a grand fall
of rain to-day, which Insures a corn crop
and breaks the drought we have had. Tbe
farmers are busy threshing wheat, from
thirty to forty bushels to tbe acre being tbe
average Tbe common report In this vi
clutty Is line crops ot oats, rye and pota
toes. The farmers of this county were
neyer better oft than now.
K Iliad In a Runaway.
Alton," July 27. A team of bones at
tacbtd to a wagoa ran away about noon to.
day. Three of tbe fire persons in the
wagon were thrown out, one of them, Miss
LUxie Tiepet, received Injuries from which
he died within an hour. Tbe team belong
4 to Jens Tlepel, ot Wood riyet.
A r,o0,000 stala H Cstlsaloe aa.
NkwYohk, July 27 Tbe peremptory
ti u'li- Kale of eleven thousand packages ot
iMtton goods, valued at 12,000,000, by
Mcxsm. Bliss, Fabyan A Co., of this city,
took place In the auction rooms of Wilmer
(iitig, lingnetACo., (4 and 66 White street.
The sale was the result ot the dullness In
the cotton goods trade during tbe past sixty
tl:iys, and the Arm baring In stock a larger
ti.uitlty of staple cotton goods than they
desired to carry decided to dispose of thena
st auction. It Is believed, that the prices
olitaliied for tho goods at tbe sale will gov
ern the prices of cotton goods for tbe com
rtii'llii st artlclkput up were a Urge quan
tity of hales of millta ot various qualities
They sold from 90 to 05 cents, the Mar
M'lllc quilts bringing ss high tt$l OS.
Turkish towels sold tor $1 00, and ."2-Inch
ticks sold from 11 to 13X .cents per yard.
The Thorndike fancy ticks went for 7 rents,
while the heavy check ticks brought 11
cents. Other licks sold as low a, AH cents
and as high as 12 X cents a yard. Tbe
bidding on tbo ginghams was lively anil
many hundred cases weJa disposed ot st 7
cents a y:td, while tbe lowest price paid
waa ti V cents, Tbe Wanan,
Bates and Columbian cheviots were
knocked down in large quantities,
britiglti'; as high as 8W cents, and as tow as
0V cents. Boston check duck brought ten
cen is a yard and tho Columbian bear
twelve ounce duck sold as high as 37X
cents a yard. The Palmer fancy denims
sold at prices varying from 8H cents to
cents. Tbe Otis nine-ounce and tbe
Beaver Creek blue denims brought tbe
highest price, which was 14X cents a
yard. A large quantity of the Otis C. C.
blue denims sold as low as 7 cents. Tbe
Thorndike, OtU and Columbian sbirtlng
stripes went off at a lively rate from 6X
cents to 8W cent a yard. Rockport corset
jcan sold for tSV cents. Bales apron
checks went for 8 V cents, while the Otis
blue checks sold for 7 and 8 cents. A
rotnh estimate wonld show that the prices
paid for the packages were about il.V)
each. the. 11,000 packages aggregating
$1, CM! ,000.
A Yoobk l ady Killed.
Rostov, July 27. A dispatch from
Northeast Harbor, Maine, savs a buckboard
party consi-ting of Mr. and Mrs. Case and
daughter. Miss Pierce and Miss Lewis, of
Itoston, and Miss Callie White, of Balti
more, a I prominent in social circles, were
yesterday thrown to the ground by borses
run nine away, and Miss Case was Instantly
killed. Miss White seriously injured and
the remainder of the party badly bruised.
The nfl.nr ba produced a most profound
sensation among tbe hotel guests, especially
a the Roderick house, where the partv was
itavinir. Miss Case's remains are at pres
cut lying at President Elliott's bouse at
Non beast Hsrb'or.
DreasmablDsT (Strikers Win.
New York, July 27. The strike of the
dress and cloak makers still continues. Tbe
firm of Bohui Brothers and Gruenfeldt
gave in Thursday to the strikers, and about
twenty men and thirty women went to
work to-day. Wielman and Mr. Laaseky,
tvo out-iido contractors, also yielded.
About twenty-eight men and girls went to
work In tbe former's place Thursday and
between thirty and forty In the latter. A
letter was received from T.Oarlick, another
contractor, asking bis employes to return
to work at tlioir own tsrma, mad they will
do so to-ruorrow.
Thre Drank oa I be Track.
Oai.vk8To.v, Tex., July 27. The News'
Browneville special says that Thursday
night a special train on tbe Matamoras and
Mutitt-rey railroad, whilst running to a ball
at Rosiu Ranch ran over a man and two
women who were drunk and asleep on the
track. One woman has since died and tbe
man is not expected to live. Tho train
men, William Garland, Archie Fleming,
Robert Kane and Jesse Maginnis, were all
arrested by tho Mexican authorities and
are now in Jail.
ew Hampshire Senaforahlp.
CoNcnKn, N. H. , July 27. --There was
no decision in the ballot for United States
Pcnate to-day. Pike gained 7 over yester
day, Chandler lost 2!, Tappan 6, Burns 2.
Saratoga, July 27. Flmrace, three
quarters of a mile, for three-year-olds, was
won by Princess Louise, Sallie McCoy
second, Nora M. third. Time, 1:17V .
PinsBt KO, Pa., July 27. The coal
shipments at this rise 1,704,000 bushels, of
which 1, 374,000 bushols are for Cincinnati
and the balance for Louisville.
HOWISe WILD OATS.
How Two Boston Boys and One Oirl Dis
posed of Stolen Jewels.
Boston, July 27. Wm. J. Hanley and
Ferdiutind Desmsrdt and the young lady
who ran away with them to Montreal ar
rived. here this evening, accompanied by
Dr. Blodgett and the officer who went
with him to Canada. Tbe true story ot
tho escapade- of tbe two was not known
hero until to-day. Young Hanley Is the
only son of a very wealthy Boston family,
and is known as a wild boy, Last week ho
disappeared and an added interest was
riven to his atjseuus by the dis
covery that with him bad van
ished the greater part of the Jewels
of his mother, Mrs. Hanley, and Mrs. Blod
gett. Eor somo time he had been paying
attention to a young lady who lives lit
l.j nn, whoso parents wero unfriendly to
Hanley. When It was found, thcrcfors,
that sho had also disappeared there wa
but little doubt as to what was thenauso
of her absence. Tho Hrt news that, tbo
families of tho yountr peoplo heard of tko
fugitives was a dispatch from the pollco of
Montreal, saying that, two young men,
who gave their names as Hanley and Dei
mardl, had been
ARRKSTF.D ON SUSPICION
of being smugglers. They were endeav
oring to dispose of valuable gold watches,
diamonds, Jewelry and silk dresses, valued
at about four thousand dollars. I ap
pears that after their arrest the young
men came frightened and coniessod
all. The young woman was found in their
rooms at the hotel. On marching her trunks
more of tho property wis found. Word wa
sent to Boston, and In return a reply was
forwarded to hold thorn. The affair has
caused quite a sensation in this city and
Lynn. The parents of the young woman
are In great distress. Ilanloy professel
that It was his Intention to marry her, but
It is quite evident tbat be and his friend,
Desmardt, proposed to make an
extended pleasure tour, as the latter bad
made arrangements to have another young
tady Join the party to-day. Desmaxdt dose
Dot pretend that either he or his friend In
tended matrimony. Dr. Blodgett has
caused all criminal charges to be with
drawn, but there is a rumor to
night that some of the friends of the young
lady are looking for Il.mlry and D.-smardt
with pistols. It Is certain that Hanley
sought tho protection of a couple of private)
detectives this evening,
BUT LITTLE CHANGE.
Both Parties to the Strike Still Confident
A Ttlephone Strike Concession '
NkwVork, July 27. The Western
Union building Is becoming tbe object of
attention now by every pedestrian along
Broadway. The receiving room, despite
tbs fact that the American Rapid company
was doing an Immense amount of business,
was nevertheless crowded with senders of
messages, and the men and girls behind
the window were kept busy all day long.
A number of Western Union operators
stood around tho building, and ad ot them
said that the break of the American Rapid
would eventually compel the Baltimore and
Ohlocnmpany to give In, and in such an
event the Western Union would either
bave to accede or lose the patronage of tho
public, At midnight tho manager of the
company said tbey were so far wlb their
work tkat no bulletins would be Issued.
As the reporter was leaving the operating
room ont of tbe operators handed him tbo
following; "Communications twenty-four
hours old are on die. The average delay is
about eleven hours, and there ts about one
third of the normal amount of business.
There sro ninety-one operators 1n all, of
which eleven art first-class, eight second
clsss and the rest nondescript."
A NW TILMRAm 0)OM PANV.
Members of the "telegraphers' Brother
hood were kept busy folding circulars
Thursday night at the rooms of the execu
tive committee In lac Manhattan hotel. The
circular contained Information of the most
Important move made by tbe Brotherhood
since the beginning ot the strike, namely,
the Information of a "Merchants' and
Telegraphers' Association, " with offices In
every city, town snd village In tbe United
States. The circulars, two in all, were last
night mailed to every important point In the
country, and will be distributed by tbe
Brotherhood of Telegraphers. The first
document Is from the office of of John !.
Cutler A Co., silk merchants of Union
Squaro, and is addressed to those who feel
the importance of securing telegraphic
facilities for merchants aud tbe press which
shall be impartial and Inviolate. The cir
cular recites that an association
Is wanted which cannot be
sold out, consolidated or fall Into
tbe hands of speculators, and in which no
stockholder can obtain any advantage over
another. To secure these ends it is pro
posed that the capital shall not be repre
sented by slock, but shall be the aggrega
tion ot Inlt.atlon tecs of life membership.
fin lieu ot interest or dividends each mem
ber shall esjoy certain privileges In the use
of tho wires, and in case of death the in
vestment shall be returned as life Insurance
to the heir or devisee ot the deceased mem
ber with Increment In same ratio to the
property of the association at the time ot
death. A membership fee will be 00 and
acb member will be allowed free tele
graphing to tbe amouut of $20, or 10 per
cent. While the capital Is lutactand the
surplus less than 10 per cent, the death pay
ment Shall be the same as tbe original
Investment, $200. Wben tho surplus
earnings exceed 10 per cent- the death ben
efit shall be $300 and $100 additional
for each 10 per cent, of surplus
accumulated. A membership cannot be
transferred snd a member cannot increase
his Interest nor diminish it nor terminate
it. There are to be twenty-one directors ,
one-third of whom must be practical tele
graphers. Accompanying tbe circular sent
out by Cutler A Co., is the prospectus of
the "Merchants aodTelcgrapbcrs' Associa
tion." Tbs capital slock Is to be $10,000,
00, to be contributed by 60.000 members at
$200 each. An organization Is to be
effected as soon as 10,000 members are
secured, and subsequent applications for
membership must be approved by tbe board
of directors. Tbe latter are to be elected
by tbe stockholders. Accompanying the
documents and prospectus ot Cutler A Co. ,
Is a circular from tho Telegraphers' Broth
rh ood indorsing the project.
THK WK8TERX UNION.
At tho headquarters of the striking
operators to-day, rlt was said that the
negotiations now pending between th
Brotherhood and the Baltimore A Ohio
company at Baltimore, will be concluded
soon. At the Baltimore' and Ohio office ot
this city it was said that there had been no
intimation of tbe change of policy which
bad been pursued since the strike. None
bad been given by any of
tho officers of the company.
Tbe situation at the Western Union
office Is reported to be steadily improving,
and when the men began work this morn
ing business to all important points was
clear and the wires working In good order.
Tho way business is also clear. Four addi
tional offices wero opened to-day, making
forty-eight In all now In operation. There
Is no Indication on the part of tbe company
to yield In the slightest degree. Plans are
rapidly being pushed forward for the or
ganization ot the new Co-operative Telo
graph company, contemplated by the
Brotherhood, at the office of tho American
Rapid company, and a largo amount of
business ts beinK done.
MAKING TH PUBLIC PAT.
The manager of the American Rapid
Telegraph company slates that since ho has
made terms wltb the strikers business das
Increased 60 per cent. Among business
men there Is considerable criticism of tho
company tor having raised tbe tatcs as soon
ss business was good, snd It is the common
remark that If tbe demands of tbe strikers
ire seceded to tbe public may have to pay
for It all. Rates which were 16 cents for
thirty words of city business are now 16
cents for ten words, and the charge Is 26
tents for ten Words of out-of-town busi
ness, against 20 cents for twenty words.
At Hi. Laau.
ST. Loris, July 27. There Is no news
it to tbo proposed ordering out of the
railroad operators, but It is generally
believed Ibat such action will be taken
early next week, tinlesi tho Western Union
company comes to termi. Tbey say tbey
would not be surprised at the reception of
news any moment to Ihe effect that tho B.
A O. bad given In, as negotlatieni are now
going on, In the Weitern Union office
il Is claimed tbat tbe best men aro
getting played oat and going home to rest,
lr vtng tbe business of the company In such
a condition tbat It would take even the old
force leveral days to catch up. Tbli stala
( affairs Manager Brown dealse, and ss
ho Is handling all the business offered.
Twelve operators and linemen wars gath
ered Into tin . Brotherhood this moraing.
They had cotno to take positions In the
Western Union office.
Speaking of tbe plan which originated In
New Vork for a co-operative telegraph com
pany, a very Intelligent operator saldi
"The plan Is a good one, but I don't think
that It will carried out, because the West
ern Union will give in next week. Many
of its believe that If the present state of af
fairs continues buiinoss men will organize
a telegraph compacy. Tbli li alio my
view of the matter."
THE CHOLERA SPREADING.
SeveaJ Cases in Enajland-lnsnectingVesseli
Coming lo Arherica The Death
List Turkish Affairs.
Loni.om. July 27. -The Individual In
Loudon docks who it li said has tbe obolera
was uken ill Wednesday. Tho case of
supposed cholera reported ftyra Walos oc
curred at Llaiiflrrin and resulted In death
In twenty-four hours after tbe victim was
attacked. Another caso supposed to have
been cholera happened at Kenmneton a
few days a. The- victim, who wai a
drunkard, died In two hours after being
taken III. The. officers of the local govern
ment hoard tlo not believe that these
Isolated cases Imply an outbreak of Aslatlo
cholera. Several doa'hs occur from dli
eases in London weekly at this season of
the year, which are classlticd as cholera,
but which are difficult to distinguish from
aggravated diarrhea. There have been
several hundred rases of the latter disease
weekly this summer, which Is in excess of
PRECAUTION AT Ot.ASGOW.
Loni.om, July 27. -Precautions bave
been taken at Glasgow to prevent the intro
duction of cholera.
TUB DEATH ROIX.
Ai.kxanoria, Julv 27. Fifty-six deaths
occurred at Ghleh yesterday, forty-eight
at Chibin, twenty at Nehalla, thirty at Tan
tali, twelve at Manaiirah, and twenty-five
at Kafral llainxa.
Liverpool. July 27. -Packard, the
American Consul hero, has appointed a
doctor to Inspect tho passengers and car
goes of vessels bound for the United
States. Packard has sent to Washington a
detailed dispatch concerning the shipment
to Boston of rags recelvod from Rgypt.
AX OKKICIAL STATEMENT.
IiOvdo.n, July 27. -Sir Charles Dike,
president of the Local Government Board,
replying In tho Commons to Sir
bt.tfford Noithcoto, said tbat Jn
the last fortnight there had been
three suspicious cases of sickness in En
gland, which were declared to be cholera,
but It has been ascertained these were
what is known as simple cholera. There
was no Asiatic cholera In England or In
Europe this year. He stated the deaths
had not reached tho ordinary average. Last
week the number wai ono-halt the usual
DEATHS AT CAIRO.
Alexandria, July 27. Tbe number
of deaths at Cairo Thursday was
thrno hundred and eleven. A British
lieutenant and eight soldiers succumbed to
DEATHS IN BOMBAY.
London. July 27. Cross, under secre
tary for India, staled in the Commons that
I. Nil deaths from cholera occurred In tbo
Bomtiay presidency during tbe first week of
Constantinople, July 27. Qen. Wal
lace, the Aram-lean minister, has sent a
fresh note to the Porto demanding s pro
longation of the treaty of commerce between
Turkey and tho United States, but agreeing
to a revision of tariff.
JULT 27. 1883.
', Live stock.
CATTLE Natives steady; Texas easier.
lKHiSKairlv active and firmer; 6f 10c
higher; light Wjrd46; mixed packing
56 .T0iS5 7r; heavy packing and snipping
CATTLE Scalawags $2 50(32 76: light
shipping steers H &Y45; exporters ) 7&a
6 W; heavy shipping steers $.j 20(Sj 60;
good cows and heifers $4(34 40; common
cows and heifers $3 60&4; common cows
and calves $17(335.
SHEKl'-Market generally firm and
steady for all of a good quality, common
anil Inferior inclined to weakness. Prices
quotable from $2 r)0H 60 for common to
prime, lambs $1 25 ft) 26.
IHKiS Higher; demand active. Light
to good Vorkeis S 2.va ;
mixed to good packing $5 2f(5 00; choice
do $o 70(35 75: butchers to extra Sb 90f
6 20; nklps and culls $4 25(35.
WHEAT Higher; closing at J102K
Aiiffiist; $104V September; $105
October; tl Ofl'i November; $1 0? year.
ColtN Lower; 62 W July: 51V August;
61 September; 51 V October; 40 vear.
OATS Lower; 81 S b.July; 21V August;
27 "a September; 27 your.
WHEAT Lower; closing at $105a.
Julv: II 05b. Auiriiat; l 07 S' Septem
ber'; $1 OHO',' October $1 llXb November;
$1 01 a vear.
coKN Hull; 4X'a" a. August; 49
Sepli'inber; 4SV October; 42 Hi year.
OATS Lower; 27K July; 2a.' August;
WHEAT-.ulv$l I (' August $1 14 V;
September l 17 V; October $1 19 ; No
vember $1 21 V.
t'oKN-Julv (12; August 26V ; Septem
ber 02 V; October 03; November 63.
BUTT Mi Creamery at lfl20
for choice to fancy, to 21 for selections;
overheated or poor at dairy rales; dairy
at I ad IT for choice lo fancy; fair to good
101412: common (VdlO. Country packed
liull and unchanged ; selected OtolO, med
ium HWri, low grsde 5(bHI. Sale, 23 tubs
choice dairy at 17.
EiitiS oulet and weak at 11c candled or
OtflOc fur choice marks shippers' count.
I'oUl.TBY Steady, with demand mod
erate and offerings ample. We quote:
Spi lntr chickens-Small $1(31 60; fair to
good $1 Wdi', choice tn fsnev large $2 26(9
2 60. spring ducks $2 26(42 60. Old chick-ens-i'ocKs,
$:10;126; mixed S3 40(93 60;
Ileus $1 75.
country markets shade higher. Knot
wheat tiilrt but Heady; No. 2 spring
wheal !s Id; No. 8 spring none In market.
Wnsturn winter tfs 2d. Mixed western
corn strong at 6s 7 lid. Demand
moderate from United Kingdom for
wheat and corn. Heevlpts wheat for the
past week 357.000 centals, of which 278,
as arcrama fan rms
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How? By getting one
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Gentlemen : I have differed with
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big pains all through my body, at
tended with great weakness, depres
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inent phyaicians for my liver, kid
neyi, and spleen, but I got no relief.
I thought I would try Brown's Iron
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in side and baric all gone aoreneaa
II out of my breast, and I have a
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Called thekitifo tHedicinti.
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Lung and Kidney diseases.
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