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Impurity of tht
IJlood, Fever and
put uU Disease
caused by De
rangement of liver, Buwl and Kidneys.
iTMPTOMS OF A DISEASED LIVER.
Bad Breathy fain in tht Side, sometimes the
pain it felt under the Shuuider-Wavie, mistaken for
Rheumatism; general lost at appetite; Bowels
generally costive, sometimei alteiiiaiing with
tht head it troubled with palo, it dull and heavy,
wkh contiderabie low of memory, accompanied
with a painful sensation of leaving undone something
which ought to have been done; a alight, dry cough
and flushed face it sometimes an attendant, often
mistaken fur coniuniption; the patient complaint
of weariness and debility ; nervout, easily startled;
feet cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation
of the skin eiisis; spirits are low and Respondent,
and, although satisfied that exrrusc would be bene
filial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it in fact, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet
examination after death hat shown the Liver to
Dave been extensively deranged.
It should be used by all persona, old aad
young, whenever aoy or the above
Persons Traveling or Living In Vn
healthy I-ocalitlns, by taling a d.e occaaioe
ally to keep the Liver in healil.y action, will avoid
all Malaria, llilloua altartka, IMninen, Nau
sea, bromines. Depression of Spirits, etc. it
will invigorate like a glass of wiue, but It no In
If Tou have eaten anything hard ol
digestion, or feel heavy after meals, or aleep
less at night, lake a dose and you will be relieved.
Time and Doctor' III Us will be saved
by always keeping the Regulator
In the Ilrmanl
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
safe purgative, alterative and tunio can
never be out of place. '1 he remedy is harmless
and does nut Interfere with business or
IT IS ITRELY VKOFTABLE,
And hat all the power and efheary of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects.
A tiorrrnor's Testimony.
Simmint I-iver kegulatur has been in ut in my
family for some time, an-1 I am vaiisfied it i a
Valuable addition lo the mcdii al v im e.
J. liiix Siiitk, tKivtrnorof Ala.
Hon. Alexander II. Mepliens, of (in.,
says: Have derived .mie benelii Irom the use ol
Simmons Uver Regulator, and wult to give it a
. "The only Thing that never falls to
Relieve." I have used iruny remedies for Iys.
peptia, I.iver Affection and firbility, but never
have found anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmons I.iver Regulator has. I sent from Min
nesota lo Georgia ft r it, and wuld 'end 'urthcr fur
such a mediune, and would advise a.l who are sim
ilarly afTctted to give it a tn J as it seems the only
tiling that ncter fails to relieve
f . M. Jaxxst, Minneapolis, Minn.
IlT. T. TV. Muwin h)': Kroni actual ex
perience In the use of Simni ,ns l iver Regulator in
By practice I have lrn and am satisfied tu use
and prescribe tt as a purgative medicine.
Jea5Take only the Genuine, which alwayi
hat on the Wrapper the red 7. Trade-Mark
and Hlguature of J. II. ZKILIN CO.
FOR SALE ItV ALL DRUGGISTS
Q.EOUGK II. LEACH, M D.
PHYSICIAN Je SURGEON.
(Special attention paid to the II mu pathlc treat
ment or mrical dlaeutes. and diseases of wutrieo
and cbl dr.n.
opriCK (in Hth tree', opposite the rust
office, Cairo, ill
JJIt. J. K. STRONG,
128 rommprcUI Ave, Cairo, III.
VAPOlt. EI.BCTHO VAI'OIl sxd MKDICATKD
A lady In ttlctiilance.
P. W. C. JOCKLYN,
D K N T 1ST.
OKKlCK-Klirhta Kire.it w.nr -'im- rd! A v .t,,,
jQR. K W. WHITLOCK.
Orrtfl No. t Ciiraraerr.t1 .vetine, htw.fB
Krkt'i and N!i.th Mrente
WM. OEIILER, T
Shop on Baltlday Avenue, betwoHn r"ourth and
oixtn Btruett, tairo, Illinois.
IBCAII kinds n lljjht and lieavy tilnck'nilthliisT,
wssiun and carrlau work do no lu the mmlwoik'
manlike maunur. liorne-Khocluit a specialty and
Wt will par tht sb rtwsM fnr anv eua of liv.r Cimrislni'
rytrrla, hick ll.adiwh, Iniliavllloa, Cnaitlfatlon or CotllvtaMs,
ouoateur. will) Wr.l's Y..sl,lr Llv.r tills, li.n tht tin.
sloes tra ilrlclly e..nipli.d with, thtv sr. purvlv VftliU., su,l
asvar tall to (Ivt seliilsctloo. Huaar I'ualtil. Lares l..,n, rou
lalulux 10 pills, 111 etou. Far salt Mr all druea-IM.. bVsi cY
euiinurf.lu sn4 Imliaihni. The i.uulna niwulMliiriHl vuly br
JOHN V. sVKST 4 CO., HI A lJ W. Us.ll.ua M , Cliloafl
pen trial usckairt ssul tiy uiall r.ilou m.itof alMutiuuip.
Health is Weaifh !
IIKVVsl ... I AAAaiaj
JWl E. C. Wkht'h Kitnv and ltitAiN TnrvR
BtMT, a RtinriitittMl ennrilin fur HyHterin, Dizzi.
nww. ConvulHious, 1'iIm. Nfrvous Netiriilcin,
llnailBolin, Nurvotts Pr out nit ion ctiimt'd by the nmi
ofalooliNl or tulmwo, Wakefuintsw, Montul l)e
prewion, Boftutiinn of the Ilriiin rvMUlliriK in in
wtnity and l'rliim to minery( det-ny nml t'eatn,
1'remBturo Old Attn, liarronnoiw, I-oea of lwer
in eithBr sex. Involuntiiry Uibhch ntid Hiiernmt.
orrha'awitimHl byitvniMtttirtiun tf thobriiiii.Bidf.
abuse or ovor-iiiiliilironuo. Vc box coiiIuiiin
rna montli's treat men t- fl.Kla box.tiraix boxos
Cort.VOU,sent by iniiil pinp'iiil tin rtxteiiltif price.
Wit iilfAKAVTKK HIX HOXi:M
To mire any cuae. With each order tkswIvihI by us
! ait boxes. aooompBiiiwI with '.". w will
flttdUiepnreliaserour writmu imiiniiileo to ro.
fund the money if the trtMtttnentdueeuutellucr
cure. (iuarauUx iasued only by
IIAURY W. SOHUII.
P raggltt. Cur. Couimsirelai are, Ulh it., Cairo,
ni mil ri I rifoin mnrnnni u ' -
The lemperanco Issuo to
Forced by joint Debate
State Conventions ,Visissippi Riv
er Improvement Convention -A
- Oliier New.
Dbs MoiNkr), La., .July 11. Judf
Klune to-day Uiltgraiiaud a ekullafre to
Uuv. flbfrtnan to bold a surUs of joint pub
lic dtttuoHiona witb him duriu the pending
canipaiKH. The cauae of this appears to
havr baen an editorial In Suiidit's Dally
Ua-IClater, vntitUd, "A Campaign f Joint
D-bat," fthifh cUaad a folkwi; "Ut
tbe condldatei tor state oftaert campaign
the stale in Joint discumion. It the strouK
Deiiiucratji be seUyrtml to swt Senator Wil
son, CongreaarDan Hspbuit), Jud(r'ours.
aad a doze other.
WHAT CHOWKJ WOULD COME
to bear a Joint dabate between any of I bene
men and Democrat who eaald mateb them !
Lot us have immMssxi uoetina this year,
immense crowd aad a whirlwrlnd campaign.
Let us oorue together and each party artruu
it4 wn tide. The De-sxoeraey was eoui eli d
lo Live the word of hope to the saloon iu Its
platform because It a etxitroltad bjr saloon
keepers. This word of hop (t wrll break on
tbe stump by evasion anal skuAiuK it the
Ilepublhans do not compel their speakers to
miet tbe iue. Thmitthe battls line. The
D snmTscy afiowa the color of the saloon
in its plmforw. Gwe us a liepubllcan earn
paikn whitb will compel every Democratic
speaker to abow tU balrfal light of tbe
aa ooa'sfoul cbr in every apefdi that be
make. Li t tb watchword bo ihatevwy
speech must be a John debate aud every
Democratic speaker forond l bow the
lalooo color. " Gov. Kb:rru),B pjves the
prew priutaaion to ay tbt be will un
doubtedly axpt. bot it wlH aot be formal
ly announced her for a day or two.
A Tousia- I.aiiy Asaaslirw kv Stgr:
ew Yon, July 11. -As MistUel.eccu
Miller, twenty-four years ofae, was re
tralo; home from a visit to her aimer's
bouse, tn Palisade avenue. Tankers, tt
about half.pattno'd4, Monday light,
and wbn In North Broadway, nearly oppo
site tbe Flrat PreabyWrtaa ertreh. she wis
luddenrr approached by a karge muscular
Dogro, who said aontetbisf to her and then
aaaaltad her. He cauxbt bar by the wrUta
o tbu she could aot make roocb of a re
sistance, and then pushed and pulled ber
inside tbo Iron fce n front of tbe ewim h.
Tbe niht was dart, aad eaoertariv
in that plaee, owlnsr to this thik
Daae trees on the edge
tbe idwalk. Pbe bfrred te be
raUd and allowed to iro to ber home.
no i nreatenoa ner with bodlry barm if ibe
did not aoeotnpaoy him quietly. 'o srtooe
OKI toe compwaena hU evil design than
she screamed at tbe top of ber voire for at
iistence. IotectrV Quinn, of the Yonker
pollen force, was a short way down Broad
war and heart her ery for help. He start
ed on a run la the direction wbenoe
seemea w conv, and as be approached th
cuurcu saw me negro run out of the pate
and diaappear In tbe darkness. A!mo
tne same moment be saw Mies Miller in th
eouren yard, nearly dead with frltht. hn
bavin; received no oUier Injury than rouirh
handling aoi betsa; vtolenUy thrown te tbo
Htoetaatayan Ktirr Issaasrtsveaneal.
br. Lous, July 11. At eleven o'clock
tote morning a practical movement was la
auguratoa in tb rdaf-roon of Uie
Southern betel, bsving in view tbo Im
prorenvent of tbe MtaslsHippi river, i
mea.tire wnaco la obviosMly vt the heart of
every aentcea ef tbe (rreal valley. Tbe
conference waa ealled toi'tber through tbo
eaoru or tne Merchants' exchange of this
city. The plan adopted by the Merchant
excoaage was to aolrelt toe appointment by
sue reprejitsuiaave commercial bodies
m every important otty in the
liatee iMereetod In the move
mavtt, of one delegate from a&ch.
Delegate were present from almost every
iy m me jsiesimuppt valley . Bcsidei tbe
aeiegataM there were present; Gov. Cbarlea
jTowter, ofObloi CongwHaman Townend.
otyoio; cx-speaker Keifer. of tbe t nited
Statca House of Representatives, and United
8Utes Senator Miller, of Sew York, The
prepuce of tbese Reatleraen is the best
evidence of the Interest which the efforts of
western men to secure the assistance of the
national covenimentl In Improving the
Mississippi, bave aroused In tbe alert
politicians and statesmen of tbe east.
Asi fnwrovaked kanrdrr.
web MOINK8, July U.-Tbe particulara
oi tne murder of R. L. Cllngan, of Polk
Uty, last Tuesday night, to far as known,
are tnese: as Mr. Cllngan, with his clerk.
u. s. uanger, were closing the nore for
the night, two men camo to the cbsor, say
ing "good evening, geutlonien," drawing
resoivers at tbe lame Une. Without any
Tr.vrtniij one area at Cllngan, the ball tak
ing effect just below the left ceUar-bone.
He died Instantly. There U no clue to the
f'TX?"' ThholeooDtitry adj.eent
arousaa and squad, of
thatreslon. There is a report that Uie-our.
Ilpa tvi aIa.. ah v. - l ... "
...v, uu ue sraca or me murder
ers, two horses they had itolea and rlddou
nearly to .leath having been found ulmn
doned. Two more horse were stolen
Uure. It is generally supvoaud that thla la
the second chaptor of tbe mysterious mur
der of Stukbs, mayor ef the place, last
year, who waa sbot dead by racked men
Whe entered hit bed.rosm. CUnsran and be
were great frleude, and t Hassan baa M
Ukrng an active part in ferretiag out his
A War AwsvHL
PwtiBKLPnu, Pa., Jit 11 Th a..
leeitlo aud Gulf Coast aaswl aavd tbeOkee
tsveoesi Land aad Dralaage eceagsaay, earn.
fni mainly of Pk)flaMinta canaiui.
!!?i.Tei.'rw" ,UU u award
w.w,ar,i erra ot MMMeatoti'ta rhe aeuth
era portion of the peameasa, for the re
eiasnaWon epwratione in tbat ttaie. Ttiia
ipaay baa reoUlmed aeart n. .. .
UlfrntHioaMawot lead I. Ftoela., aBa
rAIKO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY
7 te Are M boat's rsjavawasL
Cici.waTl, July 11. An immense
multitude fllWd tbe street leading to tbe
U man Catbolio Cathedral tbta tnoralng, ar
it known the funeral aervloee over
Art lihii-liiip would begin at9a.ro. Tbe
i n. ki t o Tupled a data on a tata:a tir,
fourteen feet square, upon which sat tbu
ti'ili p-and priesu. Tbe remains repose
it acasl.etof cedar, covered wlih black
(lorn. The, ten handles are cuv
r i with purple. It It I'ncd
an b purple tatlu. audit eleyant without
tii'tra showy, HUhnp Elder celebrated re
quiem mass, ond Bishop Ollmour, of Clove
liiii'l. tlelivered an address touching tbe tin
poitant points In the late Arcbblsbop'i his
torv. The funeral procrnslou pasted thro'
the priiK'ipal Mreei. Tbe remains were
tuktii to St. Murtlo's this evening. It was
fottticl imposilble l bury tbe prelate be
tween bis mother mid brother Edward's
graves, as be doslred. tbe space being too
narrow. Tbo crave kiss been dug on tbe
other tide of his mojir'i mound. It will
be wnlled up with brl k, and itona slabs
will be above and below the casket, whio
is te be eni'loacd In a cedar box.
Produoed by a Cat Boratcb Beiulta
NkwYokk, July 11. -An aggravated
case of bypropholiia haa appeared in the
villa? of Fort Hamilton, L. I. About tlx
weeks ago Peter J. Byrnes, aj?ed sixteen,
livliu? on the Shore road, was playing with
rhe family cat, when be was badly'
scratched iu tbe faoe. She afterward acted
so atiangely that she was shot. No Im
portance was given to the boy's injurlee,
and tbe scratch soon healed. On Friday
last h was seiacd with dizziness and severe
pains lu the throat and Jaws. These became
rapidly wor-e and delirium set In. On
Saturday when water was offered him hit
jaws became rigid and he had severe
paroxysm. The phyeiotan summoned de
clared bim to be suflVriiifrom hydrophobia
He was treated with hypodermic injections
if morphine and was considerably im
proved. As tbe noiae of tbe waves teemed
to aggravate the trouble be was was taken
away from the shore. Tbe boy was taken
much worse in the afternoon, and bad
until his strength waa entirely exhausted,
aud be died from exhaustion late in the
day. Ha was aUervded oa Saturday by Dr.
Detnund. and ou Monday Dr. Volmer, tire
surgeon at tbe fort, was called in. He
found that the hydrophobia Waa too far ad
vanced to be chocked. The boy at times
barked like a dog, showing Intense aversion
to water. He emplovcd every possible
means to save him, but without avail.
Dr. Volmer laid tbat he did not believe the
acratch of a cat, even if she were rabid,
would cause hydrophobia. His view of tbe
matter wa tbat tbe cat mut have bad a
fight with a rabid dog and got some of the
poisonous miwua on lu claws. Tbit view
is strengthened by tbe appearance of the
cat, which had seratxhes and wounds on
iu head and face as If it had a desperate
encounter with some animal. There wis
never auy idea entertained by the boy or
his friends tbat the cat scratch would pro
duce any serious result. Another boy
named Deaperd, who waa scratched by the
cat, was taken by b1a parents to Newark at
soon as young Byrne was taken 111.
Barosvl to Death la tbe Rolaa at a
TITC8VILLE, Pa., July 11. -The Herald
special says tbe excursion train from this
city, containing about seventy-five members
of tbe Masonic lodges, while returning from
Jamestown, collided with a freight train
ou 'lie Buffalo A Southwestern at 2 o'clock
this morning, about two mile from James
town, killing George Gates, tbe conductor,
and M. D. Colby, tbe brakeman of the
freight train, ar.d fatally injuring W. J.
Innis, another brakeman. So one hurt on
tbe excursion train. The engineer
and firemon on both trains were
saved by Jumping. Balk englnee were
smashed all to plecen aad many of tbe
freight cars. Tbe foiare drove the excur
sion coacaea backward twentv-flve feet, but
tbey kept on the track. Colby 'a limbs
were crusbod to a JeHy. Gates, the con
uuosor, waa roasted in the rvilns. The
cause of the accident wag the failure of the
engineer of tbe freight to obey orders. If
tbe train men of the excursion train bad not
usei tne greatest care the loan of life would
nave Deen ilignuill,
Dr.9 Moines, la., July ll.-Tbe Green
back state convention was called to order at
ltf o'clock a. m., by E. H. Gillette, chair
-J .L . . .
man oi me naie oentrai committee, who
made a short spevL advocating a stand in
ravor or prohibition aoti woman suffrage
Tsfflnaran nr.. nl-.i 1.. .
- m.v. mi j v.ptMiiMuvu waa euecteu as
follows: t'aairnteji. W. S. Ken worthy, of
Matasky Secretary, J. W.Mulflev, of Polk.
Mr. Kenwortny upou taking the chair made
a snort speecn. urging cool and deliberate
action upon an mauen which might come
before the convention. A motion was made
to refer to the committee on resolutions
without debate all resolutions offorod in tbe
convention, wnicn, after codsiderable dli
Another Baak Rabbery.
i - - . . , . .
as.ba.-vt, ii. i., juiy h The bank at
t rauKiin was robbed ear v this mm-nino
avn,, i .11 .- . --
rw in suver. two ram lies v no noar
were lound gagged. The safe waa blown
open after two hours' work. The explo
sion took out nearly the whole front of the
building and set fire te tho papori. The
money of tbe bank waa in another safe.
Washington. Juty ll.-Tbe United
States steamer Vandalla from the West
Indlea has been quarantined at Norfolk to
await development In a caso of sickness
on board, which mav Drove to ha vellow
Cincinnati, July ll.-MI Mamie Sil
ver, lb lft-ycar-old daughter of a well to
do farmer, llvlne near Rl.lirovllle. Ind..
committed aulcldo Tueaday evening by
hanging herself to tho rafter of a shed.
Will Hssii itta Road.
QuKBic. July 11 H. J. Boemersicnod
oon tract with the Lake St. John railroad
company to construct th. whole Hue of th
road tO Lak St. Joha. Tha nrliunsHIl
btween 13,000,000 and $ 1,000,000.
Cincinnati. Julv n Tuatda niirht
Alfrd flaafner, aged twenty-four, leaped
head first from tbo third itory window of a
building at Third aad Pine, receiving fatal
ijurivi, temporary- insanity.
a tio,aoa rtra,
KeitR, N. Y.. Jttlf 11 A flra nrnka asttt
this morning In HMa'i planlng-ralll' and
oommanleatedte ' taah factory ad
Inlnlug. Both awaraaaiaiai wsvs .tissw
MORNING, JULY 12.
. FOREKrN AFFAIRS.
.000,000 Ltawd for a Haw Sotx Cm.I
to be Reat ii 1688-0 Im
London, July ll.-Altbough the Joint
committee of the Houses of Lords and
Commons rejected tbe Marquis of Lans
downe's report In favor of the tunnel un
der th English obannoi, the majority of
tbe committee differ so mueh relative to
their reason in voting against It tbat tbey
refrain from presenting any collective state
ment of their views to par lament.
The pauper emigrant who were re
turned to In.land by order of tbe Ameri
can authorities on tbe steamers Fumes!
nd Spaiu were lauded at Queenstown.
All account agree In describing tbeiu as a
wretched claw of people. One family,
corinlitlng of a man, bis wlf and five
children, wero left lying en the wharf for
three hours before the officials, who had
not been advised of their coming, provided
ffT their want.
THE OA. PH. IC INVkUiriGATIOX.
a.u.Mu., jui it. a number of unsuc
cessful attempts have been made to rai
tbe steamer Dnpbne. Kigbty bodle have
tbu far been reivered. An inquiry, in
stituted by the government to ascertain the
cause of the accident, haabegun under the
direction of .sir Edward Reed. Th. bull
der of the Daphne testified that she was
launched In a proper manner, and no fear
bad been entertained of danger. Tbey said
the deck on the starboard tide bad been
remsived to admit the boiler. Tbe plates,
plauklng and other material were stowed
on other parte of the deck. She sank on
her port tide.
The Very Rev. Archibald Boyd, D.D.,
the religioua writer, is dead.
THE NKW HVK. CA NAT..
London, Ju.y n,in the Commons this
afternoon. Childers, Chancellor of the Ex
chequer, stated that the agreement arrived
at between the goverament and De Lesops,
providing for (the couxtructlou of another
Suez canal, bad been aigised. The canal
would bu completed at tbe end of tbe year
lNtM. England, be said, would lend the
canal company 8,000,0Ou at three and one
half per cent, interest, the loan to be re
deemable In fifty year. Tbe government
would endeavor to obtain franh concession
of land from Egypt nd an extension of the
original concession for ninety-nine years.
Montreal, July 11. Lord Runmore has
purchased lj.OiO acres ot land at a r-naf nf
JIjO.OX) from the Northwest Land compa-
uj. ue luiiiiiut onngtng over Kur shiuttn
DAMAGE by floods.
London, Ont.. July 11 Tha river Wa
has rUen to an unprecedented height and
tho dostruc tion of property i fearful. So
iar as is known eight ho une were carried
away. Three persons art known to have
been drowned. It U reared that many oth
ers pcrUhed, as a large number
are missing. Barns have bean car
ried away by the score and rail
road travel is cut off by tbe waahout
on the main lino at the Patten sMtag. and
on tho Sarnla road, tbe Kensington bridge
ist u i ne wxiora street bridge are gone, also
urge section or mo Midge on the wharf
i ne. At tne ladle' collate, the steamer
i nncess Louise floated down tbe stream
ana was tarried awav br the Irnn hrii
The water works punipiog-house I In great
utiiser aa,u is expecteu to go. Horses, eat
tie el., haebeen drowned by a score.
i aris, juiy ii mere was an excitine
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prrnu iu tne inaruoer ot 1'epuUes Tuesday
evening owing to Paul dc Casmgnac dc
flaring in the course of hi remarks that the
ToiKitiin expedition was due to stock
Jolibing motives, yulet was finally restored
by the passage of a reaolution exclud
es Cassagnao from the chamber for a
London, July 11. A dispatch from
Durban, dated the SUtfawt.. aara that a
great battle was fought batwaen tbe force i
of Cetewayo aad Obam, aad that the latter
chief was captored.
Alrxandria, July 11. There were six
teen deaths from cholera at Saraanud
Tuesday and eight at TauUh.
Scott Waaia Ilia bhare.
CHirano, July 11 Five mouth ago,
when the Columbus, Chicago and Indlaua
Centra) operated by the PlthiWg, Cincln
rati and St. Lout road, wa tranformed
into tbe Chicago, St. Lul and
Pittsburg and made Independent
of that road, Coram let loner
Fink was Informed by President 8;ott
of the new compiiny that It wmild soon
make appllcaUon for a percentage of the
eastbound live stock traffic from this
city. The matter was treated lightly
by the executive oaumlttee, a the
new company had not added a
mile of new road, but wa simply
reorganized and It percentage wa inclu
ded in that of tbe Pennsylvania company,
It is declared that the new company Is Im
pvMtlve, however, In IU (Umaiids for r.r
enitage, and a letter of President Sn.iit
nukes a claim for fifteen per aont. of th
llo stock business.
Harrisburo, Pa., July 11 But few
person olhorthan the delegate were In the
opera-house when the convention met. Tbe
facus of the delegates are unfamiliar, a ma-
Jority being present In a state convention for
tne first time. Members of tha letrlaUtur
f hnth panic wero piesent In force. The
convention was called t order at 12:15 n.
by State Chairman Conner. On
of Mr. White, Oen. Lemuel Todd of Cum-
iici land wa elected t,.niiwn ai v rk.imi.n
The selection of Todd was received with
p misc. IU returned his thanks, and.
without further remarks, Invited tho con
vntiilou to proceed to hnslness. Five hncre-
iincswere ulcUed. when the convention
proceeded to seletit member of the com
.nlttres on pcrmauent organization and
Mara Aaalalae) Cnta;ratsl,
Hohion, July 11. -About two hundred
wslated emigrant arrWed tbla morning
on lite Austrian. They consist mainly of
families and are belter clad and more
healthy than their pmdscessor. Most ot
them have money and are hound weat. In
quiries among them dovelapad tha taet that
none of thorn are of tha pauatr ota,
A lUll-alallstar Mf fcaaafta,
NW York, July 11 The hoard ef aider
meti to-day pataed ever the nay or' veto
their resolution (Mag cttfUed and nankMled
lboreii IntheeatBHey of tho eaw haM-
bonday from the star tf aaaa ea7 aJar
-- -m U
aala FVa Baa bttaw,
Santa, V,S. M., Julyll.-Th TartU
Millenlal Bxpoaition t in the full tide ef
success. Intereat in the show grows
dally. Tbe Apache Mstlaoal daaee last
four days and four Might without reaUag.
It la the Apai:h vetatau af the Tciaptotaan
sed irf known w the devil' dance, or Nana
Joltiup. The irtery i that the preltj In
dian maiden is tempted by the devil C'Multa
iu inany ways and ilitguke, her greatest
tilnl bfing wben be asssjme tbe form ef
Cortez, tbe hero of the Spanitirds and the
Old Mischief of tbe Apaohe race. Thar
was a grand firemen' bail In Exposition
Hall Tuesday eveniag. The mineral ex
hibits, now eomplete, are the mot strik
ing feature of the exbrbttian, and are at
tracting the attention ef miners and capi
talist from every part of the planet.
to Enforoe Una
JtrricRsoN CItt, Mo., July U.-A ra
porter called on Gov. Crittenden thto after
noon to learn the course he ratand purau
ing relative to the enforoetnaat of the 9aa
day clause of the Dowaktg high liceaa
law, When aaked If the notice caratnto
loner refuted to eaforee the law U he
would remove them, the governor said: "I
have no notice of such refusal. When it
comes in au official wy then I will deter
mine what shall be done. The Sunday
clause of th) Downing bill may not be pop
ular with a certain etas. Nevctthele it
is the law, and no officer or citiaen should
refuno to obey iu If that part of the law
Is disobeyed, doe that annul tha li
cense under whinh they actf It
is well for the opposers to look well
to that part of the law before settinar it at
defiance. Those who submit to the law
will be wisest In tbe end." Further than
this the governor declined to express hi
views. His manner was very yicaaant, but
it would require no gvaat Judge of human
nature to fullv realise that he I terribly in
earnest, and that, behoving thia law to be
right, he will enforce It, let tbe eon
M"iioncos be what tbey may, and partiea
who may have entertained hope that he dtt
not really mean aH be said regarding tbta "
iaw win nna tiutt oey Bate mad a giant
mistake, and wherever tha excative power
i brought to bear on tbe matter tha way ef
tbe transgressor wilt be hard.
Lowkli., Maa., Jtrly 11. A speeial
meeting of tha various telepaone oompa
niA under the Lowell tnaaagatrtent wa
held to-dy. The quartrrly djldoota
were a follows: Bell MaUonal, Mvtea,
per cent., Boston and XorlWa t.
suburban 2M, Bay State Sir, rjtttea
BaraluardCa Basi He bat Waa.
Erik, Penu., Jaiy u. In a raw lo tha
suburbs late last evening, Gao. Bernhardt
plaugod a dirk into tha body of Joha
fstruckor, ripping htm open sa that he wtU
dio. Bernhardt eaespad. Hlafamfly Inf
lated to Sarah BtrxaWdt, aad ha eaaVd
them wben eeting in ttafc country.
Chicago, July U.-The faUnre of
Stiles, Uoldy k MoMaaaa waa announced oa
tbe floor of U ffrcaaaga . that aaorattag.
The firm ascribe It aranhle t a deprasaloa
in the provision market. Tha aateuat of
tbe liabilities is aot glaea.
Fort Wayni, Ind., JuJy 11. Oak,
the best pitcher of the Vbrt vrayaa ktaxwa
uiuu, nun tu-uay Biatpejiaaa tor stxty aay
.... iu.r.niB jfamaay-a gatna Beaoe taa
'n ayne ana TO lotto chttst fet-tk
est of tbe gamblers.
neaaatia; ass a aHWIta.
Boston, July 11. Between Mtr
ixty untsciuor of tto Mutual Mcasaatjer
vmiiimiij iu uu s aanafs, eansass' aon
lay in tne delivery boalnaa. Hear
JULT 11, 1883.
Uva Ti n It.
CATTLU KxnAtaa n iMan k.
choice shipplmr, $5 UKK 0 eaxaanoaj la
fair, $4 (iOtasi Dt hlsn-ts. cil Lea
4 N6; Texaru, W Wa W; ttocken, 30d.
'' ci iiiirt as iu tower.
IIOUS fairly active aad InfiKM lrsj
LI'litM aooe m). tjacaad naekra? 0 B0
w; ceary paokloc aad laiuaaa; mm
'"'TTtff Frnsrt tiiMaW ranniss i
to heavy do Ksssd tt: hVht ta iair L aa
foY) 10; common la laxliTnn S twdi
fair to good ColaraeW KcB 6k l iiiaaaii
T5at 86; ourn-Crl Tax. 11 Vaiafi w.
iiKtit to good stouker S3 MM aa- it, t
Koud fender H utVaH STj; eoaaatwa ta emakt
native cow aud heifer a MM Mi Mtyia.
witct of any kiud $3 OOak .
M1KEP Coinmoji. nsaisiia ul u-a.
Vi MtfA SO; fair to read ft WH 99: Mkus
BO; fair tojJi "'fngS
ll iS-I.OW0r fullv 2fw3AlJc! rut itaaisaJ
to speak of. as btiven wan aoMin.- m
Shitiut'l'i liulri SA .Sft far llcAt. sai sJLa.
Iioks sold at W tfxM 40. .
WHEAT Irregular, vloaitur at U Oatio
II, ...mI Cl Silly . . T . -
i.u , i uii nrisuHaDar: mo
111 T ,. J, . ,. . JT"
v. limn j ci wit novetuoer: mn year.
n,vuu --r.".' imm a--j
. mini , uiTt uasaner: aBK
UAIS-Lower; 94K July; 28 J Auuti
VHCKV( September; ni year.
WHEAT Ilignar; eloainjf at $1 01
July; tl 6 A ; St 0T Saptember:
l On's October! SI 04 year. '
OKN-F-ajbtri 44 July; ii Augu.t;
47V September;; 4SXii Orstor
OATS-Loffer; HH a. July; 26V t.
Auust; '. year,
WHE.VT-JUr fl 1! Angutl $1 13V ,
September 1 1AH; Ocuber$l 17.
COKNItily AMV; Augttst iHi Sep.
temerriHt"; tktdber 2M. v
OATS-A tiRt.st 5 38 Sopteiabr
October 30 Jt .
BUTTKU-W quota; Creamery at 1SOU
t.vM Mssaslnas a SVw ava a ' . -
r..i " "'"N eractltmi.
18 for te
at 1MMT far eholca to laqaw. nad
elections; fair to road 1J aai-
ts and daauMd bath aArJM(a
td UttlO, asedtuat 0L law (tad
receipt and dnuaatal bath
.u.ciu ww, taetaruat 0ML law (tad
rXJOS Steady. tAla at Ha. eaadtosi.
Old and doabtfaJ lata ksat, tesSh to
' Iff TslatrM..
CnunU-y market ristaer ttodt.
Spot wheat rather ejsilett Xa.l VVt
wheat off noaat daaUnai M; rd wks
Im wheat of ,aoat aaatlaad la.
Ifa, a uprtaisT 8 kit wertatw vrlaiar
Hs led. VVeatam eata tatlar tana at at
A great many people are suiting
what particular trouble Bkown'i
Iron Bittixs It good for.
It will cure Heart Disease, Paral
ysis, Dropsy, Kidney Disease, Con
sumption, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, and all similar diseases.
Its wonderful curative power it
simply because it purifies and en
riches the blood, thus beginning at
the foundation, and by building up
the system, drives out all disease.
A Lady Cured of Rheumatism.
Baltimore, Md., May y, 1880.
My health waa much shattered by .
Rheumatism when I commenced
taking llrown't Iron Bitters, and 1
scarcely had strength enough 10 at
tend to my daily household duties,
1 am now using the third bottle and I
am regaining strength daily, aud I
cheerfully recommend it to all.
I cannot say too much in praise
of it. Mrs. Mary E. Bkashkak,
J 73 PrestniaosL
Kidney Disease Cured.
Christiaruburg, Va., 1881.
Suffering from kidney disease,
from which I could get no relief, I
tried llrown't I ron timers, which
cured me completely. A child of
mine, recovering from scarlet fever,
had no appetite and did not seem to
be ahle to eat at ail. I gave him Iron
Billctt with the happiest results.
J. KVL MoMTACjtB.
Vine St., Harrisliurf, Pa.
Lec. a, itSi.
After trying different phvskiant
and many remetliea Cor palpitation
of tbe heart without receiving any
benefit, 1 was advised to try Brown't
Iron Bitten. 1 have used two bot
ties and never found anything that
gave me to much reliet
Mrs. Junmis Hess.
For the peculiar troubles to which
ladies are subject, Brown's Irom
Bitters is invaluable. Try it.
Be sure and get the Genuine.
rjIDE CITY NATlOaXAL BANK.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking: Basinen8
JJNTERWliSB 8AVINQ BANK.
KXCLUS1VELY A 8A VINOS RANK.
Til OS. W. MALL1UA. .
FLOUJt, GBAIN AND HAY
aitfbeat Cub Pries Paid for VV'baaf.
Cairo A St. Loulu Packet.
Th palatial Anchor Line steamer
Will leav Cairo every Baadev aad Thtndsy eyt.
rj.atSp'olei(, ginag CalrnaoaUy boai'toVs'
I Til C ' I 3
Kte particular a rat, t., apply ta rait
oaf until IM JMtaf wm
at a at svaiii Mi 1st