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, VOLUME XI.
of tha loading business bouse whoso advertlsa
muuti may he found in Tin Bi'u.kttn.
C. O. Patiof t Co., Commercial avenue aud Nine
(i. D. Williamson Co.
Yonim A Broderlck, Wash. Ave , cor. Eighth.
T, J. O'LouKuilo. i'oplar, cor Twentieth'.
Dr. J. II. Maroan; oflko, HO Commercial avenue.
Drs, Leach & Wheeler. Eighth street,
Dr. W. C. Jocelyn, Eighth near Commercial
Dr. E. W. Whltlotk. lWCoajinerclal aveauo.
Robt. Smyth, No. W Ohio levee
II. 11. Cmdee, No. 70 Ohio levcu (up stairs).
Equitable Life, of New York, corner Twelfth and
DRUGGISTS WHOLESALE AND HETAIL.
Geo, E. O'llura, Eighteenth and Commercial.
Alexander County Bank. Hh and Commercial
C.ty NaUoual, Ohio levee.
Curnplou. Tare State
JoUa Sprout, corner Twelfth and Levee.
E. C Kurd. Corner Ninth and Commercial.
f.n EKAL DELIVER open .MO a. m.; doei
VJf 6:tp.tn.; Sunday : u tot a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. a.; c.osca
Turocrb Express Mails via Illinois Central 3:40
Mississippi Centra! Railroads close at 9 p.m.
Cairo and Poplar Biutf Through and V ay Mall
C. ).; HMD.D. . . . ...
n-v v0 t IUlnoii Central. Cairo and Ma
canes and Mississippi Central Railroads cloe at
Way Ma.! fjr Narrow Giuc,; IUt'.roid closes at
i .' .r.rt Evansviile River Riute doses at 2:30
p m.'d!iy (except Friday).
Mavor-N. B. Thistlewood.
Treasurer Edward Ucruaii
C;rk-I)n!. J. Foley
CounselorWin. B. Gl.ber.
Marshal J. C. Lall-e.
Attorney William Uendrlc.
board r At-iiraae
W-nmi Ward-David T. L'.nezar, C. R. Wood
w.tW P Wright. Eabert Smith.
Fourth Ward-Charles O. l'a'ier. James KytMton
Fifth Ward-T. W. Ilalllday. Ernest B. I'ettit.
Circuit Jodie D. J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk-J A. Rrvi
County Judze H S. Yocum
County Clerk S. J. Iiumra
County Attornr-W. C. Milker
Countv Treajmrvr-Mtles Parker.
. ...u L-,, ,..r..n
County Comml.loner-T. . lla'.'.iday, J . A.
r e i v . U 1 11.1 '..
i&. UittOfl. caiuao. uuj.
a PRtrav M E. -Fourteenth itreet. between
A Walnut and Cedar streets: services Sabhf
a. ia. and 7: p. m.; Sunday Schooll:9) p. ta
nRISTIAN-EUhteenth ttfoet; meeting Sab.
bath lu: JOp. m. preachln occautonai.)'
Cnnscn OF THE REDEEMER (Eplacopal)
Fourwenth utrvet : Sundav Morotns prayera
i.i:M a. m.: evenini prayert. . : P- m.: Sunday
i:hool::W a. m. Friday
T-IRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH -?
Preachinx at JO:) a. m S p. m.. and , , :& p. m.
t..hhth .chool at 7:W P. m. Rev. T. J. buorea,
JUTnER-N-TUlrtcfLth itreet; frvkca Sab.
j bath 1:) a.m.; Sunday chuol2p. m. Kev.
IVfETnODIST-Cor. EUhtt and Walnut ttreeti;
ill Preachliii Satibath W-t a. m. ai i v-
bch'ool, t) a. m.
WednRfdav T:i p. m.
Rev. t htttakor, pastor.
PRESBYTERIAN Elchth street: preachinu on
Sabbath at a. m. and T:Hip. m.; prayer
meeting Wednesday at 7:i)p.m.: Sunday School
at 3 p. m
Kev. B. Y.Georw,r"o'
CECOND FREEWILL BAPTIST FlftecLth
3 itreet. betweeri Walnut and Cedar afreet ; fer
y.cei Sabbath at J. and 7 :3u P- m.
C"T. JOSEPH'S Roman Catholict Corner Cron
O and wamuit atreetc; n'mw o-im ""
m. ; Sunday School at J p. m. ; Yes per J p. m. ; f er
;cei every da at S p. m.
ST. PATRICK'S (Roman Catholic) Corner Mnta
. ureet au'd Wanhlnirton avenue: aervlce Sab
bith i and 1J a. m. ; Veapcra 3 p. m. ; Sunday Scho)l
p.m.; aerjf.-ice ever)- day at 6 p. m. Rev. i Za&el,
rore.o. h. leacii & e. d: wheeler
rpatliic Physicians and Surgreons,
V perform all operation, and treat d!eae of
ture in surgery Ortlce: No. 10, Eighth
5IAREAN", M. D.,
homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
OIBce 140 Uo amerclal avenue. Residence corner
Fon.-trenth St. and Washlnsion avenue, Cairo.
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornca No. MB Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFlCE-ElRhta Street, near Commorcla! Avenna.
Great chance to make mon
ey We need a pernon In
every town to take subscrip
tions for the lurnest. cheap-
' nut anA it 1 II . t Tilt lH
famllv publication In the
world. Any one can become a aucceaaful awnt.
Stx elegant works of art given free to subscribers,
rhe price Is so low that almost everybody tub
acrlb.a. Ono auent reports taking 11 subscribers
In a day . A lady Bunt reports making $ profit
Intendaya. All who engHceniaRe money fast. You
can devote all yonr time to.thc business. or only your
spare time. ou need not be away from homo
over nigh'. You can do it as well aa others. Full
directions and terms free. Elegnnt andexpenstva
cutflt free. If you want profitable work send us
youraddress at once. It costs nothing to try tha
business. No one who enpaires fulls to nmke irreat
pay. Addresa OEORliE STINSON Jt CO., Port
ppawoek ln your nwutuwu.'fl uuiift tiro. No
k. Reader, If yon wnut a business at
which mirsona orellher se ean tmil- au nt
pay an inn time tnnv worn, write lor particulars to
v all tin'
.1IALLETT 4 CO.. Portland
DAILY CAIRO "
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R,
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Lino Running
Making Direct Connection'
Tuika Leati Caibt: '
3:1 Sam. Mall.
Arriving In St. Louis 9.45 a m.: Chicago.8: p.m.:
Connecting at Odin and Effingham for Cincin
nati, LoultvlUe, Iudiunupolts and points Eae..
ll:lO a.m. St. Iouisj and Weajtorn
Arriving In St. Louis 7:03 p. m., and connecting
for all points West.
4:i20 j).m. Kaat Expreaa-
For St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
10:4ip.m., and Chicago ":J a m.
i iiO p m. Cincinnati Kxiirosu,
ArrlviLj at Cincinnati 7:i1 a.m.; Louisville 7:J0
a m.: Inliacannlis 4:i)0 a.m. Paspciers ly
this tmln r-a:L the above points la to Ut)
Uol'KS In advance of any other route.
iThe 4 -jf) p. m. express has PL'LLMAN
r-LLEPlNO CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
cbnngi-s. and through sleepers to St. louls and
Fast Time East.
iwfiti CPI ' tbl lln"-' po through to East
i"t,iici ."5 tra points without any dUy
caued by Sunday Intprvening. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrives In new York Mondav
morul'igat lo::i5. Thirty-six hours it advance Jf
any other route,
ri"For through ticket and farther inf..r:nutlot,
apply at I.llnois Central Railroad Depot. Cuiro.
JAs. JOHNSON. J. H. JONES.
(K-n . Sou'hem Agent. Ticket Agent.
A. II UANSuN. Oen. l'as. Agont. Chicago.
CAIRO ST. LOUIS R. R.
H. W. SMITIIEKS, Receiver.
SIIORTEST SUORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Express leaves Cairo :3oa.m.
Through Express arrives at E. St Louis.. 5:45p.m.
Through Eipre.s leaves E. St. Lou.s.... 9:tJa.m.
Through Express arrives at Cairo 5:10 p m.
jiurpnysooroaccommoaatlonleaves Cairo 1:30 p.m.
Slu'physboro Acc. arrives-at Murphysboro 7:ri p.m.
Murphysboro Acc. leaves Mnrphyboro. .. 5:"" a.m.
Jlurphysboro Acc. arrive, at Cairo 11 :25 a.m.
The Cairo 4 St. Louis Rail Knad is the only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Louia under one
management, therefore there aru no delays at
way stations awaiting connections from other lines.
Close and sure connections at ht. Louis with other
lines for North, East and West
J. A. NAt'GLE.
L. M. JOHNSON.
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI R'y
f-J JJ'J U
TIME TABLE OF PASSENGER TRAINS FROM
VINCENKE3 (.Nov. CO, 1573.)
No. 8 Day Expres (Except Sunday)..., 1:90 p. m
B tjiruss (txcept huuttay) l.:p. m
4 NijiQt Express (Daily) U:&.'a, m
No. 5 Express fExcept Sunday)
l Day fcxjiress (Except suulay)..
AjlUTf IDH.rill ClUUiUf 1,1 . m " II, Ui
.1 ,Ei .
3 Night Expreea (.Dally) a. m.
, R. Ct.ABK. C. S. Conk. Jr.,
Agent Viuceunes . Gon . Ticket Aj't Cincinnati
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday. June Tth. and until further
notice the ferryboat will make trips as follows:
Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
Foot Fourth at.
7:00 a. m.
A:() a. m.
U:iV) a. m.
i-M p. m.
7:W a. m.
H::)J a. in
11::) a. m.
4:1 p. m.
N a. m.
in a. m.
i d. m.
e ; :J0 p. i
T. LOUIS, CAIRO AND PADUCAE
The Elegant Sldowheol Passenger Steamer
A.J. BIIUl Clerk.
Lsavea Cairo every Monday and Thursday for
Cape Girardeau, St. Louis, and way landings.
V are tha Iitrgcat rviinrb'rs in flip I'nltpil
statt1,, ami we will pay the highest mitrket price
in caNli ror any quantity.
Addresi T 4 Tfl.l.. P. iU
07 Viiie Straet CINCINNATI.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, SATURDAY IORNING. JULY 31,
gICK HEADACHE !
We Mean Cured, Not Merely Believed
Aud Can Prove What we Claim.
CBThere are no failures and no disappoint-
menis. If you are troubled with SICK HEAD
ACHE you can be easily and quickly cured, as
hundreds haveben already. We shall be pleased
to mail a sbuet of teatlmouUl. to any interested.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Also cure all forms of Biliousness, prevent Consti
patlon and Dyspepca, promote Digestion, relieve
u. stress irom too nearty
eating, correct Disorder
of the Stomach. Stimulate the Liver, and Regulate
the Bowels. They do all this by taklnz lint one
little pill at a dose. They aru purely vegetable, do
cot gripe or purge, auu arc a nearly perfect as
it Is pos-lble for a plil to be. Price i" cents, 5 for
$1. Sold by dnigL'ltn everywhere or sent by mall.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., ERIE, PA.
Hop Hitters are tbe Purest aud Best Bitters
, ever lltwle.
Ttmy are compounded fnm HOPS. EUCHl',
MANDRAKE and DANDELION the oldest,
be-t and most valuable medicines In the world
and contain all the best uad most curative prop
ert:e of ail other Bitters, being the great.-t
BLOOD PCRIKIEK, LIVER REtil'LATOR,
and Life aud Health restoring agent on earth.
No disease or ill health can po-Wb'.y long ex
ist where these Bitters are umd, bo varied and
perfect are their operations.
They give new life and vigor to the aged aud
Infirm., To all wkoo employments cause Irreg
ularity of the bowels or urinary organs, or w ho
require an appetizir. tonic and mild stimulant,
these Bitters are Invaluable, being hlgb.lv enra
tive. tonic and stimulating, without int'oxicat
lr.g No matter what your feeilngs or symptoms
are. whit the disease or ailment is. use Hop
B:t!-r. Don't wait until vou are sick, but If vou
only fee! bad or miserable, ute the Litters at
once. It maysaye juuriife Hundreds have
been saved by so doing, tyjvuwill be paid
for a case they will not cure or help.
Do not suffer yourself or let your friends suf
fer, but use and urjr ttem to use Hop Bitters.
Remember. Hop Bitters is no vi,c. drugged,
drunken nostrum, bat the purest and best medi
cine ever made: the Invalid Friend and
Hope."and no per"n or famiiy should be with
out them. Trv the Bitter' to day.
Uoi titters Mfg. Co.. Rochester, New York
aal Toronto. Canada.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Obtained for new Inventions, or for improvements
on old sues ; for medical or other compounds, trade
mark and labels. Caveat, Asslimments, Inter
ferences. Appeals. Suits for Infringements, and
all cases arising under the Patent Laws, prompt
ly attended to. Inventions that have been
t? V J Fl 'T F T by thB Rnt Office mav still,
Illjsi Ijv A jU in mojt cases, bepatetted by
ns. Being opposite the V. S. Patent Department,
and enganed in Patent bnstness exclusively, we can
make closer searches, and secure Patents more
promptly, and with broader claims, than those who
an1 remote fr'im 'A'ashintton.
TTVFT'ReDdc, mode! or "ketch f
Ail ? Jjai A vylio your device; we make ex
aminations and advise as to patentability, free of
charge. All correspondence strictly confidential.
Prices low. and no charce unless Patent ts-secured.
VTe refer in Washington, to Hon Postmaster
GeEeral D. M. Key. Rev. F. D.Power The German
American National Bank, to officials In the V. S.
Patent Office, anil to Senator, and Representative
In Congress: and especially to our clients in every
State In the Union and m Canada. Address
C. A. SNOW & CO.,
Opposite Pat Lt Office. Washington D. C
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FORT SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
rpHE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P, HALLIDAY, President.
H. L. HALLIDAY, Vice-President.
TBOS. YV. UALLIDAY, Cashier.
iTAATS TAYLOR, W. P. HALLIDAT,
UENKT L. U AU.n T, R. H. CDNN1NOI1AU.
ft. O. WOUAJISON, STEPUSN BIIU),
B. a. CANDEB.
Exchanjre, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
DoT).isltsrecoived aud a irenornl banlrl tiff hnalniias
io YIARS BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
Br. 0. McLANE'S
aro not recommended as a reruciv "lor all
the ills that rleh U heir to," but in affec
tions ot the Liver, and all Bullous com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
Jiscases of that character, they stand with
out a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
t: .y to, cr after taking quinipc.
As a simple purgatii thy arlo uncoupled
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid
with the impression, McLane's Liver Pill.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of C.
McLane and Fleming Brtos.
fInsist upon having the genuine Dr.
C. IIcLane's Liver Pills, prepared by .
FLEMIMG BROS., Pittslmrsrb, Pa.
the market bein? full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but same
The Promoter and Perfec
tor of Assimilation.
The Reformer and Vital
izes ot the Blood.
The Producer and Invi
orator of Nerve 4 Muscle.
The Builder and Support
er of Brain Power.
COMPOUND SY'RUP OF
is composed of ingredients identical with those
which constitute Uealthv Blood. Muscle and Nerve
ad Brain Substance, wliilst life itself is directly
dependent upon some of them.
By its union with the blood, and Its effect upon
Ihemusc'es, re-establishing the one and toning the
other, it is capable of effecting the following re
suits: It will displace or wash out tuberculous matter,
and thus cure consumption.
By increasing nervous and muscular vigor, it
will cure dyspepsia, feebleor interrupted action of
the heart and palpitation, weakness of intellect
caused ty grief, weary, overtax or irregular habits,
bronchitis, (acute or chronic, congestion of the
lungs, even in the mot alarmlugst-iges
Itcures asthma, loss of voice, neuralgta. St. Vitus
dance, epileptic fits, whooplugcough. nervousness,
and Is a most wonderful adjunct to other remedies
Icl-ustsining lite during the process of diptheria.
Do not be deceived by remedies bearing a similar
name, no other preparation is a substitute for this
under any circr.mstauces.
Lookout lorth.; naao and address. J. I. FEL
LOWS, St. John, N. I!., oa the vellow wrapper in
water-mark, w hich is seen bv holding the paper
before the light.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SYMPTOMS OF A
I.Q'jQf anp.'tlti'. nausen. bow,'l rorve. pnln In
tin iii-iu na mill ?..ii'iticin in ti,-
pain innler ta- wii-miiler-H'td-. iiIIl"
in;, with a duniclnmtinti to exertion !.. I v
niiml. irr:i.nniitv- til t.-nin-r. low mrii". iu.s
nieuiorv. nil a K-eiiiiit nf h.ivnir neilT
din v . w-.iriif-w. ,liiinen. Hiiirering m lln- li-nri
. Vellow SKII1. (leil.iiir
a', uiur hi, niirhiy l oiiii-.-il iinin'
If these warning are nulicodi'il, serious diseases
wui soon tie uevolopeu.
TLTT'S PILL S are esDectailv adaDted to such
cases, one dose erl'eets such a change of feeling as
A Noted Divine Says:
Dr.Tutt: Dear Sir; For ten years I have been a
martyr to dvsoetixia. combination and nila
Last spring your pills were recommended; I used
mem. i am now a well mau. nave a good appe
tite, digestion perfect, regular stools, ulles ifoue,
and have gained forty pounds of flesh. They are
worth thulr weight Iu cold.
REV. R. L SIJ
MPSON, Louisville, Ky.
They lucreasu the apsatito, and cause the bodv
to take ou rtesh. thus the system is nourished, and
by thoir tonic actlou ou the. digestive organs. rKU
lur stools are produced. Price ii cuts. 33 Mur
ray Street, N, Y.
TITTT'S HAIR DYE
Gray hair or whiskers chanced to a glossy Mark
by a siiiKte application of this dye. It Imparts a
natural color, acta Instantaneously. Sold by drug
gists, or aunt by express ou receipt of fl.
Office. 35 Murray Street, New York.
(IP "1 f f iia dav uvo
n , v than tho a
TUjimoo A YEAR, or $ to
your own locuiitv
omen do as well
any make more
ahnvA. No nti r.nn full tn
make money fast. Anv one can do the work. Yon
can tnaka from &)c to $ an hour by devoting your
evening and spare time to the business. It costs
nothing to try the business. Nothing like it for
tuouoy making everoll'ercd before. Rusinoss pleas
ant and strictly honorable. Reader, if you want to
know all about tho best payttiu business before the
tmbllc. seud us your address and we will send you
full particulars and urtvatu terms freeisnmnlua
worth also free; you can then make up your
mind fur yourself. Addrua UEORUK STlNSON
A Ci., Purtland,JMatu.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, July 30, 2:00 p. m.
Wheat irregular Winter, iOs&lOs 4d;
Sjiriug, 8a Cd9s 4d; California average,
OsQIOs; California Club, ) 0d10s 4 d.
Chicago, July CO, 10;00a.m.
Wheat-August, 63;'; Sept, 60; July,
Pork .September 13 M; October,
Corn, August 3i8'; September, 33
(5,33; cash, July, 33 .
Oats, August 22 J-2' ; Sept. 2 3 .
NEW TORE OBAIN.
New York, July 30, 12:01 p. st.
Whe irregular No. 2 Cliicao, f I 00
1 07; To. 2 Milwaukee, 1 08(3.1 09;
Red Muter, 1 03! 09; No. 2 Red
tl 07 ?4'; Corn quiet No. 2
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH,
THE NARAOANSETT INVESTIGATION.
New London, Conn., July 29. During
tlic Narajansett investigation to-day a pass
enger testified that his wife and himself
got on a raft, and persons constantly got on
board of her from the water until there
were forty or fifty, and she was about
twelve inches under water. The raft was
in charge of Mr. Buck of Portland and a
sailor from the Tennessee. They met a
boat about half filled with people, and to
the side of it an old woman with silvery
hair was clinging. In the bow a large col
ored man, an employe of the boat was sit
ting, and they called to him to take the old
woman on board, which he did not do.
When the raft drifted toward this boat the
colored man took an oar to keep them off.
This oar was secured by somebody on the
raft, and was trie only one they had on
board. Lie believed the oM woman refer
red to was drowned. He thought there
were from tweity-five to thirty in the boat,
but was not sure. There wa3 plenty of
room to take the woman on board.
Denver, Col., July 29. -The Tribune
Santa Fe special say3: Advices from
Mexico state that on the 21st instant Co
Adolfs Valles, in command of 370 cavalry
and 130 infantry, federal troops of Mexico,
attacked the Apaches under Vlctoilo about
forty miles from old Fort Quitman. The
fight was indecisive. The Mexicans lost
three men killed and ten horses. On th
26th the Mexican force again attacked the
Indians in Pino mountains, about fifty
miles from the Hue. After a long fight the
Indians retire J. Their loss is uot known
The Mexicans lost sir killed. Col. Valles
intends to follow and attack them again
lie is of opinion that they will try and get
back to New Mexico, is which case Col
Grierson and eight companies of the TentL
civalry who are stationed withiu forty
miles ot their crossing place, will deubtless
be on their trail in a few hours after they
Oba FELLOWS' PICNfC AT MOSTICELLO, ILL
Monticello. III., July 20. Tho graud
est social event of the rear was the assem
bling in a beautiful park near this city to
day of all lodges of Odd Fellows in Piatt
county for a picnic. They brought their
wives and children. Two thousand people
attended, Bemeut, Cisco and Mansfield
lodges were well represented. Delightful
music was furnished by the Mansfield and
Bemcnt bauds. Hon. W. H. Plunk of this
city presided. Visitors were welcomed by
A. T. Pipher of this city. Rev. T. T. Ecu
drick of Decatur, III., made an elqouent
address, followed by G. W. Thomson of
Bement. The day was delightful.
FIRE IN NEW VOUK.
New York, July 29. A large building
at West aud Bank streets, occupied by the
Domestic Sewing Machine company and
several other firms, was partly destroyed by
tire to-night. Loss about $30,000.
The Domestic sewing machine building
was insured. Phillip Hidden, fireman, fell
trout tho third story aud was fatally
TnE BENDER MURDERERS.
FrEmont, Neb., July 29. Two persons,
a man and woman, past middle age, were
captured near here by Sheriff Gregg of this
county supposes to be old man Bender and
Kate, the notorious murderers ot Kansas.
Both made partial confession to-day. They
they will be held hero until parties arrive
from Kansas to indcutify them.
TnE SPANISH OUTRAGE.
Boston, July 29. Tho captain of the
schooner Eunice P. Newcomb reiterates the
statement made when he was in Boston on
lis last trip concerning the firing upon him
by a Spanish wr vessel, and is positive that
when tho affair happened he was ten miles
from the Cuban shore.
NEW SERIES NO. 343.
A GEORGIA OUTRAGE. " ,
Atlanta, Oa., July 29,-Last night a
party of fifteen disguised men, 20 miles
from Atlanta, went to the home of Joe. ;
Thompson, colored, dragged him out,
beat him and and his wife fearfully, fatally
shot his son and killed his daughter.
There is great indigation througout the
country and a citizens meeting at Jones
boro denounced the killing and offered
300 reward for the murders. Four arrests '
have been made. Thompson says ho re
cognized as leader ot the gang, John Gray,
whom he recently prosecuted and had con
victed for assault and battery.'
Springfield, 111., July 29. The state au
ditor to-day registered $20,000 town of
Menden, A Jams county, funding bonds;
also $3,000 Macon county funding
The secretary of state to-day licensed the
Chicago Steel Llorse Shoe campany of Chi
cago, with a capital of $00,000. Incorpor
ators: Herman G. Powers, Wra. B. Ull
man and James H. Ethendge.
JAIL BitE.. KER CACOffT.
Charleston, III., July 20. Birch Ruth
erford, a notorious character in this county
who broke jail and escaped a year ago, and
who has been carefully sought since, was
caught in Mattoon, by Deputy Sheriff Al
cott. His sentence he is yet to serve out.
He has otten been seen in the county, and
officers have lain for him in vaia until now.
Baltimore, Md., July 29,-The steamer
Leipsig reached Locust point this morning
with eight hundred immigrants from Aus
tria, Germany, Norway and Sweden. All
left for the West this evening over the Bal
timore and Ohio road.
. TALJtAGE ON ANOTHER TOCB.
Denver, Col., July 29.-The Republi
can's Leadville special says Rev. Taimago
visited the dance houses and gambling
dens last night, after his lecture. At one
dance house a girl asked him to lead the
set, but he declined.
failcre at vincennes.
Vi.nce.nnes, lad., July 29. Cllas. F.
Baker, a prominent grocer of this city,
made an assignment to-day tor the benefit
of his creditors; J. E. Weisert, assignee.
Assets are estimated at $10,000; liabilities
The Great Drawback of most reme
dies is their lack of thoroughness. They
do not remove the original cause of tho
symtoms, although they may temporarily
relieve these. The marked superiority of
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters to rival medi
cines advertised or asserted to produce
kindred results is exhibited in the deci
siveness and permanency of its effects, as
contrasted with the instability and tleetin
character of theirs, A lack of digestive
and assimilative power is attended by
many symtoms often erroneously ascribed
toother causes, and which it is impossible
to relieve with a mere placebo. Radical
means are the only effectual ones, nay, '
more, the use of such as are not so in medi
cation, is usually irrational and productive
of more ultimate harm than present good.
To quell pain, to allay nervous excitement,'
to relieve despondency, the rebellious or
gans must be brought into subjection, and
their activity insured by toning and regula
ting them. '
The man who heeds not the warning of
pain or suffering, which always precedes
maladies, often becomes, through indolence,
the victim of incurable disease. Lassitude,
weakness, aching of the limbs indirat nir.
vous disarrangement, the forerunner ' ot
many organic and functional disease. The
early employment of Fellows' Hvpophos
plates will effectually ward off such mala
dies. An Eleoast Toilet PiiErArtATrnv. hir
dressing and restorative is found in "Lon
don Hair Color Restorer." It seldom fails
to restore gray or faded hair to its original
youthful color aud beauty. Falling hair is
checked by its use. and it DnxlucM a
growth of beautiful young hair, "soft, glossy
and luxuriant. It certainly is the most
cleanly and effective hair restorer now be
fore the American people.
A. A. Gibson, Earrytown, Duchess coun
ty, N. Y., writes: Dr. Svvavne & Son. Phil
adelphia: Gents I enclose a nostoffice
order for eight dollars; please send me one
dozen "London Hair Color Restorer." It .
lias stopped my hair from falling, and re
stored it to its natural color. It has nroven
satisfactory in every respect. Tho "London
Hair Color Restorer" can be obtained at all
the leading druggists at 73 cents a bottle.
Coco ns. "Brown's Bronchial Troclma
are used with advantage to alleviate couirh.
sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial affec
tions, t or thirty years these Troches have
been iu use, with annually iucreasinc? favor.
They are not new and untried, but, having
been tested by wide and constant use for
nearly an entire generation, they have at-,
tainod well-merited rank anions tho few-
staple remedies of the age.
Iue TintOAT. "Brown'B Bronchial Tro-
dies" act directly on the organs of the
voice. They have an extraordinary effect
in all disorders of the throat and larnyx, re
storing a healthy tone when relaxed, eithef
from cold or over-exertion of the voice, and
produce a clear and distinct enunciation. -Speakers
and singers find the Troches use
ful. A Cocon, Cold, Catarrh of sore throat
requires immediate attention, as neglect of
tentimes results in some incurable lung dis
eases. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" almost,
invariablv trive relief. Imttatinna
ed for sale, many of which are injurious
Tho genuine "Brown'i Bronchial Trochca
are sold only in boxes.
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