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Household ArtloU for Universal
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Eradicates ' ! SSSiSJ
MALAEIA. I""""' vu!Timt
SSSSSSSSSSmI "0, MkmhIoh, and
all Contagious Dleoaae.. Pervins waitlnaon
(lit Sick sLvaikl tt Ireely. i S.is-v K' wr b;
ner been known to spread svWre the Finn) was
uwd. Yellow Kever hat been cured witli it niter
black vomit had taken filaea. '1 lie worn
cases of Diphtheria yield AO U. .( M (i
FeveredAmlSlckrer-l ' BMAsVL-l'OX
on refreshed arid and
lUd Horn pri Tont- ; PITTING of Small
ed by lathing with rot PKKVENTKD
Darbyi Kluin. . , , ,
Impure Air made A member of my fam.
harmless and purid. ! U'n f l
For Hore Throat U a a SjrM, rx- 1 ."ed ,ho
, w I Huid ; tli patient wa
ConUKlnn destroyed. T'IT' V. !T
for Kroated t'cii-t,
! fitted, and w.4 about
Chilblains, Pi lea,
(soft White Comi.lex-
lona secured by itause.
Hklp fever prevented.
T purity the Itrrath,
Cleaned the TentU,
it can't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
Wound' healed rapidly,
An Antidote for Animal
or Vegetable Fouuns,
Slings, etc. ,
I used the Fluid during
our proem affliction with
bcarlet Kever with de
cided advantage. It it
Indispensable o the lick
room. Wat. K. Saho
roiD, Eyrie, Ala.
the house again In three
week, and no other
bad it. -J. W. pAJta
The phyiieiana here
use' liirlivi Kluid very
successfully in the treat
ment of Diphtheria,
Tetter dried up.
t liolrra prevented.
I ll era purified and
In case of Death it
should be used about
the corpse il will
ptevent any unpleas
The eminent I'hy
slrtiiui, . M.sKION
HI.Mi, M. !., New
York, says: " I am
convinced i'rof Iarbyt
I'riphyUciic Kluiii is a
Vanderbilt I'niveralty, Naahvtlle, Tenn.
I testify to the most excellent qualities of J'rof.
Darbys I'ropriylac tic Klui l. As a disinfectant and
detergent it is both theoretically and practically
superior to any preparation with which I am ac
quainted. N. T. Li-rruN, Pruf. Chemistry.
Iarhr Fluid I lU-coinru.-mli'd by
Hon. jh-xaKnaa H. briwrm, of (Jeria;
kev. Cmas. K. 1)ms, U.K., Church of the
Strangers, N. V.;
lo. LbO.hti, Columbia. I'rof .University, S.C.
Kev. A. J. IIaitl, I'rof , Merrer diversity
Kev. Cao. V. Piiuck, Iiih .p M, K. Church.
INDISI'KNSA HI.K TO KVKKV HOME.
Perfectly harmless. Used internally or
esternaily fur Man or Keal.
The Fluid has bi-cn thoroughly tuteH, and we
have abundant evidence that it has d ie everything
here claimed. Fw fullr information get of yjur
Druggist a pamphlet or send to the proprietors,
J. II. ZKIUN CO..
Mancrfjcturinc Chemists. I'Hll.AlJKU'IIIA.
OUGHT TO KNOW.
There exists a means of se
enrintj a soil and brilliant
Complexion, no mutter how
poor it may naturally be.
llaan's Magnolia Malm is a
delicate and harmless arti
cle, vhlf h instantly removes
Freckles, Tan. Redness,
Roughness, Eruptions, Vul
gar Flushings, etc., etc. So
delicate and natural are its
effects that its uso is not
snspected by anybody.
iVo lady has the right to
present a disfigured fuce in
society when the Magnolia
Balm is sold by all druggists
for 75 cents.
OFFICE-Wllh A. H. Cnlce. City Ntlona1
U. J. K. STRONG,
123 Connuenial Ave, Cairo, 111 ,
VAPOR, EI.KCTKO-VAPOR 'aiid IlKDICATBD
A lady la attendance.
VV. C. JOCifLYN.
OFFIC8 Klghta Street, near Comnorclal Avunou
It. E. W. WUITLOCK,
. Urritm No. 1H Cummnrclal
ICvU'i nnrl Nl fc Ntraora
iai. n. aaiTii.
Grand Central Store.
. DRY GOODS, ,
CAIRO. - - ILjIj.
JJE W YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The ...Largest Variety
' IN TltK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EU &L CO.."
Cor, Nineteenth itrMtl PititVi 111
I f viasa vj ataat
-. r i
According to a Contract with
!1A Friend for $5,000.
''. .'i . ;. ! t ,
Letter Written by the Suicidi-
Other News Loss Ghastly '!
But of More Impor- !
I'KLHr, li.t jlittiH A frmor Who
llvft ncitr (ii-'ivc ( ri'pk, in Ihltt county, ho
Jnt ttrrivt-il lien-, brluin tlie di'lallx of a
horrible mlcltlf, which orctirrcil thtro
Tin 4 if nlrlit. TIip litnly wan found near
the wSI?ntii(l In the corner of the rooin,
am from Hi mark of the lilootl, U was v
Idciit lh:tt Hip Hiilclde was leaning lowKfK
the wu-.lii.;ind at t In? limn the allot wan lin-il
anil he fell up ti(u!ni.t it, and I lien rolled
over on hi aulo. A pliyaifiun who rxiindii
fd llio cnrpw. trttv It n bis opinion tb;l
I tic muz If of the tlMol luid hci-n dllrd with
w;itcr li.'forc I hit aliot was liriul, and that
the di-inr.iti' yo'.ltijr man bad thru plaiifl
tho wciipoti In'hit month and ptiili'd th'
trivci-r. Tin; work v t well doiii', mid
even afmr tlin ri'iiiiiina had hrcn vahed,
tho fiii-f tint hcid were m tnuiiglcd an to
ri ndfr n i'O.'iiition lrnpolbli',
III? L'.IVL' iU ii:iiu; in. liufHK II. Kulon,
mi J Mild hu h from Baltiiiuii'e. In un In
aidf pocki'l of Ii roat a found arvrr.tl
wlihuui Iiuiiii- inline or date, and a Iclfr
written from l'ld'adirlpiiiu. duU'd June 1,
the envelope of wbinh could not bo found
anv where. The letter read aa follow:
t)r.ku IIakky Youra reilved. ")f
conrMi I would like to Kt buck the tnoiier,
but don't iiiiHgiiie foi :t iniinite Unit I t-t'er
iutendetl that you ahoulil follow tnut cruy
plan you proponMl; hut I ntift.1 that It In
not likely you will. You auy that yrm are
tired of livinir. 11. you ' have " bad a
good lime lately , have you not? Your.
If the name Riven, Ilufiin II, Luton, wa
tb proper one. Henry dium have been the
suicide a necond name. The Initial- on tho
imerof hl fold walcu, are U. li. K., cut
Uf a nionoKnim.
5'h miinus'Tlpt found In hid pneket threw
'f mtteli libt on the nulcide that it even
left room for doubt, tatoti beuan witliout
date or introdiietlon a follows: "I u;
Koltitf to take my own life. hay. up made u p
my mind to do so more than Ht'c.nratjo.
Although I do not think that anybody carex
a din about mv reaaonc yet It will phe me
aouie xatUfacUnn to htato them, and any body
who finds tbto paper need nut read it
If ho d"e not ;wleb to do o. am
twenty-ecven ytaira of'ajfe,' a hwyer by
profesmon, but not very muub ao, as far a
practice Is consented. I wa born In
llaltimore, aid I tuppons that h more Diy
borne then anywhere ile, although 1 have
traveled ull the way from Denver to New
Orleaita. I have alwava been an unluekv
devil, and the only thing that bus kept me
from kuieldn long aco waa the liiirerlni'
fear tbat there might he a hereafter. I h:re
airvodattho com-liinion. ho''r, th'i"
tl;ere In not anytbinx worae t! an what I
have Kn" through, and I'll c....iice t
future Mate. Hut, I'll not preacl .
Two vear ato I met a youtiK lady; ll
don't matter where nor what ber nanie
waa. She waa pretty. 1 wai, a uual, a
find. I bad the education, of a sentieinan,
hut not the racrux to live up to my deMre.
I bad run through considerable, money, and
had not the iudii'try to make a livelihood ut
mv calling. Well, 'of courae, I fell over
head and ear In love with thin Rirl. She
liked me, I think, but be had aene. and
lie never let her eiitinu-nt run. away with
her prospeetN. I drank acine and gambled
some, and wai aa wild h a yotini;
fellow . usually i. I'lioUKh I generally
wore good ciotbe my pocket-hook
was tisuallv verv Hat. Well, when
her parent aw that my visits to
the daughter were prowinir freuuent tbey
immediately Interfered. You know my
child haa bi-eu tenderly raUed." aald her
father, 'mid fcbc cnunot marry man who
rannot properly autipoit oer. I like you
but vou aeo how It U. A man should not
marry unle be can properly
Ot PI'ORT A WIFE."
The mother wan Ju-t ai atem, and tho
daughter wa.i pei-KUaduil to fall lu with
their plan. I nave laughed many a time
at a fellow who was fool enough to kill
himself for a Bin. But tbat waa before I
waa Ih loo myaelf. I see It all now. But
love ttorien hare been told ao often tbat
there U little in'ereat Id them.
The girl lilted me. The lust time I
saw ber, alio cried a little, and even let me
put iuv arm around her waUt. She loved
me, be laid, "but her parents wanted ber
to marrv a middle-aged gentleman, and the
could not tllnobey. i If . the bad told the
truth the would nave said that she loved the
middle-aged gentleman' carriage and pair
and hl bank account, better tliun obe did
me. and much better thun the did bim.
heirced and pleaded and tot the aitme an
swer all the time. , You know what 1 did
then. . Ever.i fool doe It. I went to drink
In; harder than evci I became a nuisance
If I baa not been licrore. One day I waa
talking over matter with a friend of mine
named Jim Anderson, who alwav bail
more money and sense than I
had. I told Jim I waa going to kill nivsnlf.
He laughed and aneered. 'I ll tell you
what 1 11 do,' I said, 'I'll Insure my lift?
for (1ft, 000, In different companion, ant
make the policies over to you. You pay
me J2,(W0 a year for two years, let me have
a little hurrah for that time, and when it'a
I'lL AOHKB TO KILL MV0BLV
and you will get the money. In tbat way
you wilt make jjiu.wu, ana I nave lomo
fun. Jim laughed, but I inr,Utcd,
and finally we drew tin an agree
ment to that effect. 1 got
out policies in tbe lire Insurance companies.
He holds them and the agreement, lie paid
me s.w a tnontn (luring the laxt lo inontos,
although f don't believe that ho ever
thought of holding me to the aereemvnt
But he was of n speculative turn of mind
auybow. ami although he hardlv believed
1 would kill myself, ho knew that If I had
the money I would loon drink myself . to
death, and be was willing to take the chan
ces, i tie tune in not up yet, but i guess
I'll Jet him make the extra money. He'll
be aurprlsed and not at all aorry. Nobody
else cares, tor mo gin l mentioned naa
long since married tbe bank account, the
carriazo and the middle-aged crntleman
This Is no case of temporary Inanity. I
made a contract ana I'm carrying tt out
titirv me wnerever you line, mere are
lilo In my vest pocket, and expense and
my bill ao far. "
Killed t nance. I
Cakrollton, Mo., June 6. Tueicjay
night about ten o'clock a negro named
Pryor Outler waa abot and Instantly killed
while attending a dance In this city. A
dispute, arose about Hit tier pavlnn hla ad
mission fee of twenty-five cents and in the
iKirmisn miner waa anot tnrough the
heads o arrests as yet.
A Hvntssl Haaband. '
, CmcnTEit, 1h.( June fl.-Wm. Collini,
aged fifty, who lived In a fisherman 'a nut,
Bear uream trees, wntie unaor tue innu
oace of llquer, lut nlgbt. trampled nla
wu to atatn. u wu arreited,
OAIRO, ILLINOIS THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 7,
A Parly lo Hstarcb for . trU.
Tocao.v, A. T., June 6. Latest advleei
from General Crook ' command are that be
crossed Into Mexico May 7, and tbe general
belief Is tbat he traveled southward
through the Klerra Madre. Previous to the
march Captain Crawfora'i scouts Informed
Crook that they did not want to go with
til ut , and they were loath to do so even
after tie tiaa promised tnem tl a aay ana
all proportv tbey might capture from
he Chihuahuas. An expedition baa
iren organized te follow crooa
trail, entering the Hierra Madre at
he point where Crook was lat beard
from and following bit trail until
hi fate Is ascertained. In tbe event of a
combination between (.'rook's scouts and
the piii-Mtied hoatiles there can he no doubt
a lo the rate of llie regular command..
I lie searching party will bo provided wun
passes bv the Mexican consul who will reo
oiiiinenu them to the care of such Mexican
soldiers as tbey tnsy encounter. Among
them will be John Jaffards, Col. HoasJ an I
Col. Harrison. The party will be well
mounted and equipped, tbe old mountain
eers conducting the preparations. It la
expected that much information will be
gained before the party have reached well
Into the Interior of Mexico.
N'kw Yohk, June U. Tbe telecraph
operators will make no demands on the
catern I nlon le etranh Company until
after the meeting of the General Ciuncll of
I eiegrapner Mroiiiernoou. wr. u. it.
Bate, a.ilstant general mntisKer of the
:oinpany, said yesterday tbat he did not
.now tbat anv strike was linnendintr. Mr.
V . ('. IIiiiiiKtone. the aimerliitenilnt of
he New York district, said the Western
nlon Telegraph Company hud always
mutAil tlntle ainnlAvi.a wnll ftllfl ho flirt nnr
see that they hadatiy cause to complain re
arilmg salaries or hours. 1 heir hours and
oiniiensa'.lon. he said, compared favorably
witli other classes of work of the same
grade. He had not heard of the existence
of a Telegrapher's League, and he did not
think any strike was Imminent.
A Prlrsjft Honored.
Ft. WaYNK, Ind.. June 6. The Rev.
Dr. Julian Benolst, Vlcar-Oencral of this
Koman Catholic diocese, has been appoint
ed attache to the household of Pope Leo.
llcfvvlll leave at once for Itonie. Father
Kunoirit has lived here fortv-five vear. and
is one of th best known clergymen in the
church. His elevation gives tbe privilege
of wearing purple. He Is related to the late
apoieou ill by intermarriage, and is tDe
nherltoi of on of the nohiext titles in
The Republicans of Ohio and the Demi
crats of Iowa in Convention
Coi.i;mrij, (., Juno 0. The Republi
can Mat s Convention met in this city at 4
o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Afu'r the
election of L. 1. Wolcott as temporary
chairman, the usual committees were ap
pointed. At night the comnuttee on per
manent organization selected Senator
Sheiman president of the convention,
and U-.-orgc Groat, of Cleveland, ai necre-
Tln morning tho convention was called
to order at 10 a. tn.. with such a crush of
people In the Opera-house that th delegate-,
aecurvd seat with great dirticulty.
The committee on credentials reported nil
the delegations full nnd no contest. When
the name of Senator rjlierman wa
announced as permanent chairman tho con
vention lrt Into wild enthuxla.im and
Ion- continued applause. He returned the
thanks for the renewed honor
from the Republican of Ohio, and
said that It wa such conventions as these
that have giveu lu-pirutlou to the party
since 18.V). A world of history Is comprised
in the pat twenty-eight tears, and at the
beginning- of which tho Union was almost
as a rope of sand, and doctrines were pro
claimed which would have disbanded the
(ioverumci.t. But every step of progress
has been the work of the Republican party
and U now a part of its work. The speaker
reviewed the progress of the party and said
It never stood behind or istponeil conven
tions, but knows what it wants and does
tt. An element of party success was when
they proposed anything' grand, It was op
posed by the Democratic party. The Re
publican party, he said, believed In tbe pro
tection of Amerioan labor and in the taxa
tion of the liquor tratno.
The convention proceeded tn the Domina
tion of a State ticket, Hon. Ben. Butter
worth presenting the name of J. B. Fora
ker, of Cincinnati. J. M. Dalzell offered
the name of fbcrman and tbe convention
again became wild and could only be (iilet
cd by Sherman rapping to order vigorously
when he stated be had not been insensible
to tbe preference of a large number of del
egates, but he would say frankly and firmly
tbat he could not be a candidate. lie could
not surrender bis duties in tho Senate in
justice to tbe people of Ohio and tbe coun
try. Aside from this he could not accept
the nomination without feelings of personal
dishonor. Judge Foraker was then nomi
nated unanimously. Foral er appeared la
ter and made quite a lengthy speech of
thanks, pledging bis best efforts to the
cause and outlining the importance of the
The ticket was completed as follows:
Lieutenant-Governor, Win. (1. Rose, of
Clevelund; Supreme Judge, for tbe long
term, W. II . Upson, of Akron, the present
Incumbent; Supreme Judge, vacancy and
long term, John II. Doyle, of Toledo, the
present iiico-utient both by acclamation;
nerk of the ! uprcme court, Dwight Crow
ell, of Ashtabula county, (the present In
cumbent) by acclamation: Attorney-General,
X. B.' Kambart. of Miami count?;
Auditor, John F. Ogleveo, of Clark county;
Treasurer, John C. Brown,, of Jefferson;
Commissioner of the common Schools, D.
F. Dewolfo. of Toledo. For Member of
Ihe Board of Public Works, Leo Weltz. of
Das MniNKS, Iowa, June 6. The Dem
ocratic State Convention that met here to
day is the largest formal gathorlng of the
I'nterrlfled that has ever occurred In Iowa.
Tii troubles of tho Republican on the pro
hibition question soem to have created the
imprcwalon that the nominations of tho con
vention arc worth lighting for. Tuesday
night there were no less thau twelve candi
dates in sight, with scores of friends on
hand to push their little booms, but to-day
the contest is narrowing down to Col. W.
II. Merrittand Judge J. L. Kline, the lat
ter having the best show. Judge Burton,
of Wapello county, is ahead for the supreme
judge nomination. On the tariff question
the Free Traders hive the majority.
Mile. Lllln'a Illneaa.
Joi.iett, III., June 6. It was rumored
here late lust night that Mile. Lltta, the
prima donna, bud died on the 8 o'clock
Donvcr express, bound south, a short dis
tance from Lock port, Meantime Dr. F.
W. Warner, of tills place, recelvod a tele
gram from Lock port to be at the depot
when the train should arrive. He found the
singer alive, but very III, as the Journey
from Negource, Mich., bad Increased tho
malady. There was scarcely any action of
the heart. She was rallied with remedies,
but not sttfilclently to speak. Her friends
thought it best to take her to Bloomtngton,
and dispatches this morning say tbat shear
rived aud Is uow lu a vary critical condl
WiiHiTtaroN, June 6.-Tha fees ot
George Bliss ai special counsel In the star
route trial are likely to be materially reduced
on a point raised by First Auditor Reynolds
of tbs Treasury department. That official
declares tbat tbe bills presented to the gov.
ernment by Mr. Bliss for exponsos.lu addi
tion to bis per diem pav, oan nut be al
lowed. He questions the right of the
Attorney Ueneral to say that counsel shall
receive so much a day and expenses, as this
form of allowance makes the pay Indefinite.
It Is proper, the First Auditor says, for
tbu Attorney General to grant as large a fee
as he deems fair; but the amount should be
definitely stated, and Mr. BIms should pay
his expenses out of that. The mailer has
folic (or final tlecUion tn First Comptroller
.awrenee. Until his opinion Is given the
settlement of Bliss' account Is suspended.
Tho following Is a specimen of many of the
Alil.tMflTON Hotki.. May 20, ,
The lion, (ieoige Bli loT. Kossle k (son,
Jo board 10 X days and parlor, at
CIO J 101 do
1 u m ucin
To. o.'agu ,
Total.. MiA 18
Other bills from the same hotel have the
To inrsHeimcr.. ..2Au
To. baggage 25c
The Government, In this ease, was charg
ed with the twr niy-rlve cents fee tfer.eroiiNly
given by Mr. BIN to the persous who car
ried hi bag to hi room.
Dodok City, Kan., June 6. Within a
few days several of tbe most uotorloti
sporting man In tbo Wt have gathered
here some of them with national repu
tations as killers, and others with budding
reputations in that direction. Among tbe
number are Bat Masterson, who is
said to have killed enough people to
till an ordinary gravevard, and Charley
Basset, who is no slouch with tbe irons.
The obect of the gathering of so much
talent here la thought lo be the re
sumption of gambling operations,
which lately have been suppressed
by the authorities. Tbe May oi
ls frightened at tbe situation, aud bas tele
graphed the Governor for two companies ot
militia. It Is not known whether tbe Gov
ernor will grant tbe re juest, but there arc
grave fears that before troop can possibly
arrive the desperadoes may precipitate a
fight, and it Is reckoned that they can mus
ter 150 men in less than tun minutes.
Civil Service Examiner.
Washimiton, I). C, June 6. The Civ
il Service Com mission announces tbe follow
ing as the local board of examiners for St.
Louis P. O.: J. P. Harlow, W. P. Kdgar
ton, J. II. Cooksou. Mr. J. B.
Harlow Is superintendent of malls;
Warren P. Edgarton, Is postofHce In
spector In charge of Missouri. Kansas and
the Southwest, and J. II. Cooktoti lsiiper
Intendent of the n glctered letter depart
ment. All of these gentlemen have been
connected with the St. Louis postortice f'ir
a number of jears. The first ex
amination under tlie rules of the civil ser
vice commission will take place early in
Tbe following is the Examining Hoard at
Kansas City: R. C. Van Horn, Wm. Rog
era, W. 11. R. Lykins.
Hnvvrly'a Theater Alt .
New Yona, June (Samuel Colvllle and
Edward J. Gllmore have a suit pending in
the Supreme court, in which they seek to
recover thirteen thousand dollar from John
II. Havcrly, which, thev assert, they
loaned bim "upon condition that tt ) paid oil
demand. When the demand was made the
claim was not paid. To-day counsel for
the plaintiffs obtained an attachment against
Ilaverly on the ground tbat be was a non
resident of thi-i itute, m ne Itves In Chicago,
Tbe attachment was placed in tbe bauds
of adeputy sheriff. Iwbdftook possession of
the Fourteenth street theater. The em
barnument is said to be only a temporary
American Medical Association,
ClF.VKUND. June 0. At the American
Medical Association session this morning,
Falrgro, of Philadelphia, presented a pa
per signed by himself and Oliver Wendell
Holmes, relative to tho establishment at
Washington of a museum aud library of the
medical department of the army, and reso
lutions were adopted calling on Congress to
provide for them a tire-proof building and
asking an annual appropriation of f 10,(hkj to
buy all new tnedloal publication of all
countries, and a committee (was appointed
to present these matters to Congress.
A Dlahoueat Janitor.
Ghaxd Rapids, Mich., June 0. George
Bentley, Janitor of tbe First National bank
here for twenty years and also of tbe Fourth
National bank for several years past, stole
$1,500 In coin which had been carelessly
left on the vault of the Four so National.
Ho was arrested this morning with part of
the money in his possession and confessed
having secreted tbe rest In the cellar of the
A Sever mora.
Junction City, Kas., Juno 6, The
rain and wind storm Tuesday afternoon did
no damage In this neighborhood. The wind
was furious and the water came down in
sheets. The wind came from tbe north
west, and lasted about three-quarters of an
hour, followed bv rain of about the same
lengtb of time. The wheat te all right tn
this vicinity, but tbe farmers almost despair
ofgettlng the weeds out of tho corn.
To Beanmo Work.
Chicago, June 0. Six hundred union
bricklayers had a sossiou last night and af
ter a long discussion it was decided tho mon
could go to work wherever they chose at
four dollars per day, provided they
refuso to work under non-union
foremen. This practically ends the
strike and it Is regarded as a collapse of the
MilwaI'KJck, Juno tt.-Fred Fiflcld, son
of D. O. Flfleld, who was lost In tbe woods
near Ashland, walked Into Engineer Bern
Ill's camp at noon on Juno 4, hav
ing been without food or coat for three
days and nights, and being ox posed to
a continuous northeast storm. He will re
cover. A fnlMl rnnilly )nnrrl.
LouisviLLK, Ky.,Juno . Dr. Wllfls
W. Barnes this morning shot and danger
ly wounded bis brother-in-law, Clarence
Boyd, a young artist of this city. One ball
took effeut In his abdomen and oue in his
shoulder. Boyd will die. Family troubles
are the cause.
Bunton, June 6. At a meeting of tho
New England Associated Press to-d.iy the
following officer were eleottd: President,
Geoige W. Dattlelson: 8eortury, K. M.
Pulslier; Executive Committee, W. W.
Clapp, L. L. Shipley, A. P. Moor.
rinaln Mill Burned.
l'oiti i.AND. lud., Juno U. The planing
mill, saw mill and lumber yard of A. K.
Jagna, burned yesterday. Los ll&.i'OO; lu
lurauue . -
The Nihilist! Actito in Rtmla Conoesaioni
tt Catholics in Germany-Cablegrams.
HI MM A.
St. ratTiisuuno, June 8. -A pamphlet
ha been distributed throughout the city In
which ia reproduced the proa-rammc for
self-government claimed by the moderate
party. The Journil of St. Petersburg savs
that none hut a strong government, In
whU'h the Emperor shall hold the power
and his subject meet him with loving con -lideiico,
can advance towards the solution of
the greatest of problems. Such a govern
ment only can deal lth the work of com
pletely orgaltulng the eoustry, and it alone
need not shrink from granting freedom to
A MEWHI'AI-EH SU ITIiKHKU.
Mohcow,' Juue 8. The Telegraph, a
newspaper printed here, waa suppressed by
the authorities . for printing objectionable
TUB NIH1MXTB AT TflK COHON ATIOM
Lomon, June A Times correspond
ent at Paris: The Nihilist Comtulqiie has
been Is-tueri, which state that tbe whole
force of the Russian government and Its
uiost intelligent spie bail been concentrated
at Moscow during the coronation festivities.
The nihilists took the advantage to spread
their (loctrlliestnd enroll supporters III St,
Petersburg and other centers, ll says the
strength of the party in M. Petersburg Is
greatly increasing and assorts that there
were at the coronation, ottlclals and others
under orders of the nlhili-t. who wer
near enough to the Car to have struck
him on tbe brow if I lie word bad b'.eu giv
en. It was even feared that some 1 10 zeal
ous parties might throw a grenade at the
Brki.in, June tt. Tho government bill
In relation to differences between the gov
ernment and the Catholic church is prefaced
by a statement tbat tbe government is anx
ious to serve the interest of Prussian Cath
olic by providing for the regular service in
vacant parishes. Therefore, on tbe Vatican
declining to accept the proposals which
Prussia had offered, the government deemed
it tbelr duty to grant, without awaiting the
result of further negotiations with Rome,
these concessions, which were laid down in
the government's note to th Vatican of
May ft, and which do aot Impair the author
ity of the state. Tho Liberal papers con
sider that tbe bill shows a fresh retreat on
tbe part of the government, and tbat tli
concessions which make it exceed thos
announced in the note of Mav 5. The
(iermania, the clerical organ, also thinks
the concession provided In the blli larger
and better than those heretofore offered.
The Center party will probably draft the
bill, while the Conservatives will certainly
support it. A majority tbu seem to he
secured for the measure.
Loniion, Juno (i. it 1 staled Currau,
the divisional uiaxlatrato of the Dublin po
lice, has arrived In Loudon ami is In con
sultation with the authorities relative to tbe
suspected polslonlug, in Ireland, by the
Invincible, of persons who reuilered them
selves obnoxious to that organization. '
11 IN A.
Pakh, June 0. War pr-pnratlon on a
great scale are being made lu China. Three
corps of troops ere tn readiness andtni
leet t under orders to sail .lor
PHiLAPKLrHtA, June .Edward P.
Wetzlar. a stock broker, suspended this
morning, unable to meet contracts. He
was short of Pennsyivauiu, Reading, Lo
high and New Jersey Central stocks, about
8,000 share were bought for hi account
tinder the rule. HI obligations
to members of the board do not exceed
Cleveland, ()., Juno 0. Tho stockhol
der of th tlevsland, Columbus, Cincin
nati and Indianapolis railway mot here to
day and by a large majority approved tbe
lease of the Alton and Teiro iiautetotha
CATTLE-Weak, 10 lower, exports ' Wi
8 25riroodlo choice shipping fo 00ff5 90;
common tn fair $.VaV AO.
HOGS Active and Arm. prices steady;
light $0 70r7 05; mixed packing $0 05(97;
heavy packed and shipping 7f97 2-').
CATTLE Export steer 0063tt 15;
good to heavy steer $5 C0V95 85; light to
fair $5 20rd5 50; common to medium H 65
m 00; fair to good Colorado Si OOfSS 60;
Southwest 3 75iM 00; corn-fad Texani
t 50r5 50; light to good stookers $4ttt 40;
fair to good feeders 4 50(?f5 common to
choice native cow and belers $3 b5W 85;
scalawag of any kind rVo)3 50.
HOGS Slow at a further decline ot lOo.
Light to good Yorkers, $d MCati 60; rough
to good mixed packing, W 25426 50; butch
ers to extra, $0 ttOr&tj 80; skip and culls,
SHEEP Common, medium and light,
$2 5Ur, 50; fair to good, f3 SOte 50:
prime H 75i95 50; fair to good Texan, V9
4 50. ,
WIIEAT-Lower. closing at tt 13KAIK
Julv; 1 U'( August; $1 15 September;
$1 15H October; $1 10H year.
CO it N -Lower at 5ft June;
July; 50X Augmt; 67 S' September; 60.'
OATS-Hlgher at 40 June; 40V July;
83Ti August; MS year.
WIIEAT-Lower; l20July;$l HKAu
gust; l 21 September; $1 28WI 24 Octo
ber; tl 18W year.
COKN-Lower; 50V Junet 62 July; 64
August; ftiY September; 46 t year.
OATS-Wcaker; 40 Junu; W July; 80
WIIEAT-JulviH 22 H; August $1 25 Vi
September l 26 V.
COItN'-July (n)V: An ustOOK; Septctn
ber 07 's . , .
OATS-July 49 Vrri 10 V. ,' ,
BUTTER Sale rnnged at 1' 17 IS for
choice creamery to 10 in a small way; dairy
at Ufa1 1(1 tor choice tn fancy; fair to good
1264)14; common cVaMO. Near-by packed
about unsalable; market largely over,
stocked, and no outlet; quote common at
4MU, fair nt Tttift, and best at IXdlO.
LIVE POULTUY.-Demanrt fair for
largo spring and choice old chickens, but
offurlngs about adequate. We quote: Old
hens t-'l 2fttf8 60; Mixed 3 75(98, and coc1 1
$2 25M2 50 Springs-small ill 60; med
ium slxnd l 7Vrf2 2A; and tho largest 2 50
0:1. No sale for Turkeys, Geese or
Ducks. . .
Country market shade lower. Mod
wheat tltill and easier: No. -2 spring 0s 2d;
No. H spring s!ld. Western w r I'a ldt
western corn dull at 6siM.il. D aaasil from
United K'""d -m and itautliieiu uuil for
tvu .1 nd cert. --
That's a common expres
sion and has a world of
meaning. How much suf
fering is summed up in it.
The singular thing about
it is, that pain in the back
is occasioned by so many
things. May be caused by
kidney disease, liver com
plaint, consumption, cold,
nervous debility, &c.
Whatever the cause, don't
neglect it Something is
wrong and needs prompt
attention. No medicine has
yet been 'discovered that
will so quickly and surely
cure such diseases as
Brown's Iron Bitters, and
it does this by commencing
at the foundation, and mak
ing the blood pure and rich.
I-ogiiisport, Ind. Dee. 1, 1880.
For a tang lima I hav been a
sufferer from stomach aad kidney
disease. M y appetite was very poor
and the very small amount I did tat
disagreed with me. I was annoyed
very much from non-retention of
urine. I tried many remedies with
no success, until I used Brown's
iroa Bitters. Since I used that my
stomach does aot bother me any.
My appetite is simply immense. My
kianey trouble is no more, and my
general health is such, that I feel
like a new man. After the use of
Brown's Iroa Bitters for one month,
1 have gained twenty pounds ia
weight. O. B. Saicsmt.
Leading physicians and
clergymen use and recom
mend Brown's Iron Bit
ters. It has cured others
suffering as you are, and it
will cure you.
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