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THE CAIRO DAILY BTTTI.iTIM
PAiRO. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MORNINO, JULY 12, 1883
Impurity of th
Wood, Fever and
aud ull DUeatet
canned br !)
rangemeut of Liver, Bowvls tod Kldurys.
YMPTOMS OP A DISEASED LIVER.
Bid Breath; Pain in (lit bide, sometime th
pain ii felt under the Shoulder-built, mlttalcea for
Rheumatism ; general loss of appetite ; Boweli
generally costive, sometime alternating with
in head ii troubled with pain, it dull and heavy,
with considerable iota of memory, accompanied
with a painful sensation of loving undone something
which ought to have been done; a slight, dry cough
nd flushed face ii sometimes an attendant, often
mistaken for comumption; the patient complain
of weariness and delnlity; nervout, easily itartled;
feet cold or burning, sometime a prickly leruatlon
of the akin exists; npirn are low and despondent,
and, although unified that tfruit would be bene
ficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it in fact, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the disease, but catei
have occurred when but few of thcin eemted, yel
elimination after death hat shown the Liver to
have been eateruively deranged.
It ahoultl be lifted by all persona, old aad
young, whenever any of the above
Fernone Traveling or Living In Cn
healthy localities, Ty laWns a de occasioa
aily to keep the liver in nealiby action, will avoid
all Malaria, lilllou attacks, Itiriineu, Nau
tea, lrow'ne, Ifepretsion of Spinu, etc. It
will invigorate like a glas of wine, but 1 no In
If You have eaten auyllilrig hard of
digestion, or feel heavy after meals, or sleep
lea at night, lake a dote and you will be relieved
Time and Doctor' HUM will be saved
by alwaya keeping the Regulator
In the Ilonsoi
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
tafe purgative, alterative and tonlo can
never be out of plate. 'J iie remedy it harmleas
and doe not Interfere, with busluesa or
IT IS If KELT VKfJETABI.E,
And hat all the power and efficacy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after effect.
A t.overnor's Teatimnny.
Simmoni Liver krg.iUtur has been in uat in my
family for v. me time, and I am itiified it it 1
valuable addition 10 the mcdii A m irm e.
J. OiLL Sit"TkK, ttovernor of Ala.
Hon. Atfxnmlor II. Meplieiia, of tin.,
tayt; Have derived -'inc benefit trrm the use of
Simmons l.lvcr Krguiatur, and wuu to give it a
MThe only Tlilnn that never fall to
Ilelieve." I have used nuny rcinvdies for I'ys-
rrpsia, I.iver Affection and Ieinitty, but never
avc found anything to ben.fit me to the eaten!
Simmons I.iver Regulator has. I tent from Min
nesota to (Georgia f r it, and w.ild .rr.d 'unher for
tuch a niedicine, and would advise ail who are Sim.
ibrly affected to give it a In.. I at it Kerns the only
llung that never fails to relate
P. M. Jamxfy, Minneapolis, Minn.
Ilr. T. W. Mitaoii anyst rrom actual ei
penence in the use of binmi-i.t I iver rftulator in
ray practice 1 have hern and am tatitfiod to use
and prescribe it as a purgative mrdiciue.
tQyTake only the (Genuine, which alwayi
has on the Wrapper the red 7. Tral-Mark
andtilguature of J. II. ZKII.1N CO,
FOR SAI.K f!V ALL Wa'OGISTS
I'll IFKn.MoSAL OAK IIS.
Q.KOIWK II. LEACH, M.D.
PHYSICIAN tfe SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the II .nun pathlc treat
ment of turcica! dlse.se. and d I tomes of Monien
and rhl dri-u.
HKFIt'K On Mib itrw', oppuita the Toot
offlce, Cairo, 111
K. J. K. STKOXO,
128 CommeH'iiil Ave, Cairo, III.
VAPOU, ELBOTKO-VAPOH axo M K D I CAT K L)
A iady In attendance.
11 W. C. JOCKLYN,
D K NTIST.
OKKlCU-K'-irlilk Hirer! near rotrtu tireta! A
R. E W. WHITLOCK,
Ornci No. JW 'ointnerf.n' .venne, h!v ti
Krkt'jand N'.Lth vtraeta
WAG 0 N-M AK E It.
Hliop on Balliday Avenue, hetweon imrtb nd
hlxtli Slrxeta, Cairo, Illlnoii.
flf-All kind of light and heavy hUrktmlthlng,
wagon and carnage work done lu the ruo.t vtoik
manlike manner. Horne-Hhodhtf a pocialty and
ft wilt rv ,ht rfwirrl far iirv rM of tlvrr Cfti,nl'
DyipffMiK, Nek llcftdjwh, hiiigitk'D(C'tii.iillri ArCotUvvtiMi.
tt t)MDtit urt wiiit Wtt'i VfuiMilt Llt.r l')IU, wiin iht dlr.
Uooiar itrkily enmpliw. with. Ihpvitr ptirtlv vorUMt, wi
vr (iU to fvt .aMiifutUtn. Fuuar C wftictl. l.rf Inhm. ton
UluliiK 10 pi)lfc,K4 c.DU. Far ull lv il dru,-Ut. Httr of
cuunurfttu tud Imiuttoni. T)it i)nin nu'lM'liiril vtity hf
JnHN C. WkST A Co., 11 A IM W, Ml.n hi., ClitMfi
Health is Wealth !
fct.vi-. U) OJIAU
mtftT, b cniirnntotHl unnriiin fur llyMt'rm, Diczb
nim Convulsion. "1. Nrvn Nmii-iiIkih,
HhwUcIih, Nrvma Pro"! mt ion ciiiihimI by t lie. umi
ofaltiolit.1 nrtolmtuio, Wukofultionit, Mi;ntnl 1)8
prtwHion, Hiifumitig of the Umiti nwullingmtn
eanity and Imuling to miHory, dtwny ntnl t'eitth,
.wmaturo 01 Ar, HrroitmM, U T"wer
in eilaior tot, Involuntary Lowr? ntul Hi.iernint.
-'orrhteaonuiMKl byovMertion of llinbniiti.aeir
abuaeor ovor-imlulKonoo. I'Jtch Imix ootiliiinii
ima month' triMtimnnt. l.(ia box.ormx Mixm
for5.l,entbymuil prtptitlon nwmi't of price.
VM OITAUAXTKK MIX KOXTH
To ire any oiu. With winh ordnr riwivnd hy ua
( ait bnxm, aotiomphitiwi with ''. wti will
flttif tliu pnrciiiusor tmr writttm iriiiitiiiite t; rtv
fund the money if the treatment dueauoliiUutsr
cure. CuarauUK iwiuadunlyby
IIAURY W. SOHUII.
9 ragglit, Cor, Oomnarelal an. Ula it., Cairo.
i I entrance !
Forced by joic.l
sua to be
Stiite Convntion Mrsissippi Riv
er Improvement Convention -A
Dm Moinkh, La., July 11. Judge
Kiuiift to-day telegraphed chulkuge to
(iov. ftUfrtnuit to bold a aorWa of Joint ptilt
lie diacuaalom with blm duriug the pending
caiiitialgn. Tbe cauae of tbl appear U
bavr tteen an editsnal in Suudny'i Dally
Ueglatr. 'lititled, "A Camparis of Joins
DfbaN," whkh cU4 M follows; "Let
tbe candidate for (tale otbttera campaign
tbe lale In joint diacumion. IaI tbe ttrnog
IlemocraU be ebctd to Meet Senator YVil
aon, Congreaaraad Hepburn, JudpXouri.
aad a doeo other.
WHAT CHOWDS WOULD COM I
to bear a Joint debate bvtwwo any of thec
men and Democrat wbo eooW match them !
lxt ua have Imraeiat ueetlotni tbU year,
ltnmonp crowd aad a whirlwind campaign.
Lt ua (vim Uvether and eiscb party aruo
ltf'o lde. The LVwocracy w coin) ellfd
to live the word of bopo to the saloon lu it
platform hecauac it wa etlroisd by kaloon -keeper.
Thia word of hope ft will break on
tbe stump by cvaakro and kkvUiiu if tbn
Republican do nt cotnp thflr peakr to
mi.et the iatue. Tbi ii th battle line. Tbe
D 'Hioeracy aftosvi the color of the aaloon
in it pi ii ( form. Give ua a uVpubllean earn
paivn hkb will compel every Democratic
peuker to abow tU balrfwl llgkt of tbe
a oon'a foul colon in every spet'cit that be
tuakca. Let tb watrhword be that every
peecb mut be Joint debate ud every
Democratic apeakor forced to bow tbe
laloon color. " (. Hbtrmaa plvc the
pre pruilaion to rty tbat be will un
doubtedly anerpt. bat it wiH ot b formal
ly announced here for a day or two.
A Vuuk Laify Aassasju .efr.
Niw Yum, July 11. A Mi Rebecca
Mliler, twenty-four year of age, was re
I are lot; boron from a vlU to her aiater'
boue, in Paliiwde avenut, Yonkera, at
about half-part ten o'Hods, Monday alRlit,
aad wtx-n In North Broadway, tvany oppo
ito tbe rirat PreabyUriaa cMtrch, he waa
uddenly approached by a targe uiracular
negro, wbo aaU aonM-sbiaf to ber and tben
aaaaltad Her. Us eaiurbt rVtr by tbe wrUu
to that the cotild not make nxtch of a re
lUtanc, and tben putbed aad pulled ber
iniide tbe Iron feace in front of tbe etrtin-b.
The nhbt waa dark. aad ewperially
to In that' plaee, owing to tbe thick
bad tree on tbe edge of
tbe -Idewalk. 8be begged I be lib
erated and allowed to (ro to ber home, hat
be threatened ber with bodlry bara If the
did not aoenmpaoy him quietly. No oooer
did (be comprehend hla evil deien than
the cr earned at tbe top of ber voire for as
ilatance. DUcttv Qumn, of tbe Yonkern
poJico force, u a hort way down Hroiid
wav and beard her ery for help. He alart
ed on a run In the direction whenoe it
teemed to conac, and a he approacbed thn
church iiw tbe negro run out of the pate
and disappear In tbe dtrkrrea. Almost
tbe tame moment be saw Mia Miller in the
eburch yard. Doariy dead with frhrht, hut
bavin received ao other Injury tban routh
band ling an i be4 violently thrown to the
taatstatpett River lanasio veanettt.
St. Locis, July 11. -At eleven o'clock
tbi morning a practical tuovmut wa la
auguratod in the readim-rootn of tbe
Southern boUl, bving in view tbe im
provement of I he MbtsliMippi river, a
measure which 1 obvionwly t tbe heart of
every dentcea of tbe great valley, Tbe
eonfarence waa eailed togetber through thu
effort of the Merchant' exchange of thin
city. The plan adopted by the Merchant'
exchange wa to tolreit the appointment by
tbe representative commercial bodlet
of every important otty in the
tate iDtereatad In the move
rnant, of one delegate from aacb.
DdegatM were preaeat from almott every
okf In tbe Milsalppi Vallof . Beside tbe
delegntflt there were preteat: Gov. Cbarle
Fotrtar, of Obloi Congrruan Townnend,
of Obio; Ex-Spraker Kelfer. of the I'nited
State Houeof Rpreentative, and United
States Senator Miller, of New York. The
pre nice of tbe. gentlemen 1 the heat
evidence of the intereet which the effort of
western men to neoure the aatlttance of the
national j:oveitimntl In improving tbe
Mliippi, bave aroued In tbe alert
politician and Mateamen of the east.
in rnatrovstfcaxj Hnrtlrr.
DBS Moinks, July 11. -Tbe particular
of the murder of R. L. Cllngan, of Polk
aty, I wt Tuesday night, io far a known,
are theae: A Mr. Cllngan, with bin clerk,
D. C. Hanger, were doting the tore for
tbe night, two men canio to tbe (Jsor, lay
ing "good evening, goutlcnien," drawing
revolver at the tame time. Without any
warning one ired atClingaa, the ball tak
ing effect Juit balow the left cetiar-bon.
He died lnuntly. There U no clue to the
perpetrator. Tbe whole oonutry adjacent
to Polk City wa arouaad and aqua of
uwn on nonenacx pul tbe night cuouriag
that region. Therti it report tot ttipur.
iuer are close on tbe track of the murder
cr, two hone they had itolua and rldduu
nearly to death having been found aban
doned. Two more hone were Htoleu
there. It I generally uppod that thin I
the second cbaptur of tbe myiterlou nmr
der of StubliH, mayor of the place, last
year, wbo wa bot dead by waaked men
wh enUtred hi bd-rooa. CUugaa nd be
ware great Mend, and CHaaaa Ua lMn
Ukmg an active part In ferratlag out hi
A MaT Awi
PaMLiUKLPUU, P., Jiarf ll.-The At
laatlo aud Gulf Coiat eaaal aad taa Okee
hlMbaa Land aad Draiaage eatngsaay,
pemd mainly of PhdaMptila oapvtalksu,
wwelveil from the ttaU of VWtda an award
ejf Mft.JHft arret of Uad foeatotfln Hm sHth
er portion of the patstawswa, for tbe re
aUMMon pantiom la ttat ttac. ThU
eaatpawyhM raoUlmed aearfjr on aad
ball aarMiwa warm af laawl la Florida, aud
U work U aU Mm vtMaWMiv Mahad
1 A re M boa 'a rawaraL
Cincinnati, July U. Vn Itaanen
muitltude flllod tbe treta leading tot'je
K mitn Catholic Gathodral that tnoralng, a-,
it wa known tho fuoer! lenrloee over
Aifbhikbop would begin at9a.ro. Tbe
nt-ket o "vup(d a data oa a tt:V'Mf,
fourteen feet tquarv, upon wblcb (At thu
b'ub.ip. and prleu. The remain repose
Ii a c.i:.et of codar, covered wllb black
loui. Thn tn handle are cov
er tl with purple. It 1 V.rwd
a iih purple latin, audi elegant without
liftr-ir showy. Kk-bop Elder celebrated re
qui. tn iiiatH, and BUbop Ollmour, of Clove
liiml. ileliveied an aildreo touching tbe Im
portant p-ilnt In the late ArchbUbop' but
ticv. Tlie funeral provelou paHed thro'
the piiii ijl trcetjt. Tbe remain were
tu ken to .St. Murtln' tbta evening. It wa
found iinpokMble to bury the prelata be
tween his mother mid brother Edward'
grave, ua be doaired. tbe tpace being too
narrow. Tho trave bit been dug oa the
other tide of hla moaW mound. It will
be wnlled up with brl k, and (ton (lab(
will be above and below tbe caakt. which
I t be enuloacd in a cedar box.
Produced by a Cat Scratch Beiulti
NrwYokk, July 11. An aggravated
case of byprophotila ha appeared in tb
vlllaire of Fort Hamilton, L. I, About ix
weeks a'o Peter J. Byrne, aj;ed sixteen,
living on the Shore road, wa playing with
fhe family est, when he wa badly'
scratched lu the face. She afterward acted
so Waui:ely that xbe was shot. No Im
portance was given to tbe boy ' Injurle,
and the scratch soon healed. On Friday
lat ha was seined with dizr.lnes and severe
pain In the throat and Jaws. These became
rapidly worce and delirium et in. On
Saturday when water wa offered him hi
Jaw became rigid and he had cvere
paroxycrai. The physicians summoned de
clared bim to he auffi-ring from hydrophobia
Ho waa treated with hypodermic Injection
of morphine and wsj considerably Im
proved. A the noke of tbe waves seemed
to aggravate the trouble be wa wa uken
away from the share. The boy wa taken
much worse in the afternoon, and had
until hi Mrength wa entirely erhauted,
and be died from exbauation late in tbe
day. II waa attended oa Saturday by Dr.
Dernund. and ou Monday Dr. Volmer, tfte
surgeon at tbe fort, wa called la. Ha
found that tbe hydrophobia u too far ad
vanced to be checked. The boy at time
barked like a dog, showing intense aversion
to water. He employed everv possible
mean io save him, but without avail.
Dr. Volmer s dd that he did not believe the
scratch of a cat, even if ihe were rabid,
would cause hydrophobia. HI view of the
matter wa that tbe cat must bave bad a
fight with a rabid dog and got some of the
poisonous mucus en lu claws. This view
is strengthened by tbe appearand of the
cat, which had scratches and wound on
lu head and face a if it bad desperate
encounter with aotae animal. There waa
never auy idea entertained by the boy or
hi friend that the eat (cratch would pro
duce any serioua result. Another boy
named Despard, who wa scratched by tbe
cat, wa taken by hla parenU to Newark at
soon as young Byrnea wa Uken ill.
BaroAd la Death la tbe Salsa
TiirsviLL, Pa., July 11. -The Herald
special says tbe excursion train from tbis
city, containing about seventy-five member
of the Masonic lodge, while returning from
Jamestown, collided with a freight Wain
on uu Buffalo A South wettern at 2 o'clock
this morning, about two mile from James
town, killing George Galea, tbe conductor,
and M. D. Colby, tbe brakeman of the
freight train, ar.d fatally Injuring V. J.
lnnls, another brakeman. So one hurt on
the excursion irain. The engineer
and firemen ou both train were
aved by jumping. Bala engine were
smaahed all to piece aad many of tbe
freight car. Tbe foare drove the excur
ion coachea backward twenty-five feet, but
they kpt on the track. Colby' limb
were cruted to a Jelly. Gate, the con
ductor, wa roaaied in the ruin. The
cattc of the accident waa tbe failure of the
engineer of tbe freight to obey order. If
tbe train men of tfae excursion train bad not
used tbe greatest care tne Ions of life would
have been filghlful.
DksMoinxs, la., July 11. The Green
back sut convention wa caUed to order at
lOo'olock a. m., by E. H. Gillette, chair
man of the state oatrtral eonitnlitce, who
made a short specah advocating a siand In
favor of prohibition aad woman suffrage.
Temporary organisation wae effected a
follows: Cbalrnaan. W. 8. Kenworthy, of
Matafkyifrecretary, J. W.Mutfley, of roik.
Mr. Kenwortny upou taking the chair made
a short speech, urging cool and deliberate
action upon all matter which might come
before the convention. A motion wai made
to refer to the committee on resolutions
without debate all resolution offered Id the
convention, which, after codilderable dis
Astothar Baatk Robbery.
Albany, N. Y., July 11. -The bank at
Krauklin was robbed early this morning of
In ilver. Two families living near
were found gagged. The lafe was blown
open after two hour' work. The explo
sion took out nearly tbe whale front of th
building and set fir t the paper. To
money of tbe bank wa In another safe.
Washington, July 11. -The United
State steamer Vandalia from the West
Indie has been quarantined at Norfolk to
wait developmenU In a caio of sickness
on board, which may prove to be yellow
Hassir! Ha real I.
Cincinnati, July 11. -Mle Mamie Sil
ver, the llS-ycar-old daughtor of a well to
do fanner, living near Rldgcvllle, Ind.,
committed uloldo Tueaday evening by
hanging herself to tbe rafter of a shed.
Will Uwlltf ttsa Road.
Qukhco. July 11. -H, j. Beeiner signed
contract with tbe Lake H. John railroad
company to construct tho whole line of tbe
road to Lake Mt. Jobs. The price paid U
between 13,000,000 and $1,000,000.
Cincinnati, July 11. -Tuesday night
Alfred Raafottr, aged twenty-four, leaped
head tint from thn third itory window of t
building at Third sad Pine, receiving fatal
Injuria- j temporary Innanlty.
A IIO,aoa lira,
Romk, N. Y., Jtsly 11. -A Art oroko aut
this morning In Hrrtdtiu' planlng-ralll and
oointuMaleaUd to faga's saab factory ad
joining. Both itjsAtWkaaaeata wan auttreiy
,000,000 UaiMd hrillwSwi Can.l
to be Rea.Jj ia 8-0 lav
London, July 11. Although th Joint
committee of tbe Hotuee of Lord and
Commons rejected tbe Marqul of Lam
downe' report In favor of the tunnel uu
uer the English obannel, the majority of
the committee differ so much relative to
their rt-aioni In voting agaUist It that tbey
refrain from preentlng any collective itate
nient of their view to parliament.
The pauper emigrtnu wbo were re
turned to Ireland by order of tbe Ameri
can authorities ou the steamer r'urHesnla
nd .Spain were lauded at Queeustow n.
Ali accounts agree lu describing them as a
wretched clan of people. One family,
connletlng of a man, hla wlf and five
children, wero left lying oa the wharf for
three hours before the official, wbo had
not been advised of their comiug, provided
frr their want.
THK DAPHXIf ISVmjI IOATION.
London, July 11. A uuinber of unsuc
cessful attempt bave been made to raise
tbe steamer Daphne. Eighty bodle have
tbua far been recovered. An inquiry, in
stituted by the government to ascertain the
cause of the accident, has begun under the
direction of Sir Edward Reed. Tbi buil
ders of the Daphne testified that she wa
launched in a proper manner, and no fear
had beeu entertained of danger. Tbey said
the deck on the star board sido bad been
reusj)vcd to admit the boiler. Tbe plates,
planking and other material were stowed
on other part of the deck. She sank on
her port side.
The Very Rev. Archibald Boyd, D.D.,
the religious writer, is dead.
THE KKW Ht KZ CAMAI..
London, Jt i.v 11. in tbe Commons this
afternoon. Chiiders, Chancellor of the Ex
chequer, stated that the agreemeut arrived
at lietweeu the government and DeLeaeps,
providing for tho conxtructiou of another
.Suez canal, bad been signed. The canal
would bu completed at tbe end of tbe year
lws. England, he said, would lend the
canal company 8,000,UOu at three and one
half per cent. Interest, the loan to be re
deemable in fifty year. Tbe government
would endeavor to obtain frh concession
of land from Egypt and aa exteualon of tbe
original concession far ninety-nine years.
Montrkal, July 11. -Lord Ruamore ba
purchased lo.OiiO acre of land at a cost of
$1jO,000 from the Northwest Land compa
ny. He Intend bringing over Englishmen
DAMAGE BY PLOODft.
London, Out.. Julv 11. The tiver here
has risen to an unprecedented height and
tho doitruc tion of property l fearful. So
far as is known eight houneH were carried
away. Three perxons are luiown to have
been drowned. It 1 fetared that many oth
er pcrUbed, a a largo number
are missing. Barns have been car
ried away by thu scorn and rail
road travel I cut off by the washout
on tbe main line at ibe Patlan siding, and
on tho Sarnla road, the Kensington bridge
And tbe Oxford street bridge ere gone, also
large section of tbo bridge on the wharf
line. At tbe ladle' collate, tbe steamer
I'rinceHs Louwe floated down tbe stream
and was carried away by the Iron bridge.
The water work pumplng-houae i In great
danger at,d i expected to go. Horses, cat
tie etc., bavejbeen drowned by a score.
Paris, July 11. There was an exciting
wene in the Chamber of Deputies Tuesday
evening owing to Paul deCasaigaac dc
during in the course of hw remarks that tho
Tonijuin expedition wa due to dock
Jnlibing motives. Quiet was finally restored
by the paasage of a resolution exclud
ing Cassagnac from the chamber for
London, July 11, A dispatch from
Durban, dated the 9Ukwt., say that a
great battle wa fought batwaea tbe force
of Cetewayo aad Obam, aad that the latter
chief was ra pin red.
Alexandria, July 11. There were six
teen deaths from cholera at Saraanud
Tuesday and eight at Tautab.
Ncott Wanla Ilia (share.
f HirAOo, July 11 Five month ago,
when tbe Columbus, Chicago and Indiana
Central operated by the Pltta'rvirg, Cincin
nati and St. Louie road, waa transformed
into the Chicago, 8t. Loui and
I'lttsburg and made Independent
of that road, Convoiles loner
Kink was Informed by President Scott
of the new company that It wmild soon
mike application for a percentage of the
eastbound live toek trafflo from this
city. The mattor waa treated lightly
by tbe executive committee, as the
new company had not added a
mile of new road, but was simply
reorganized and It percentage wa Inclu
ded in that of tbe Peuasyfvania company,
It It declared that tbe new company I Im
perative, however, in it demand for per
crnlsge, and a letter of President Scott
make a claim for fifteen per aent. of the
lite stock business,
Pf anaylvaala Hepabllraae.
Harrihbuko, Pa., July 11. -But few
person other tban the delegate were in the
opera-house when the convention met. The
faces of the delegates arc unfamiliar, a ma
jority being present In a slate convention for
tbe first time. Member of th legllature
of both panic wero pteent tn force. Tbe
convention was called U order at 12:1.1 p.
in. by State Chairman Cooper. On motion
of Mr. W hite, Oen. Lemuel Todd of Cum
berland was elected temporary chairman.
The selection of Todd was received with
app'uuae. He returned hi thanks, and,
without further remark. Invited the con
vention to proceed to hnlne. five snore
tunes were c kitted, when the convention
proceeded to select member of tbe com
,ii It I (en ou permanent organization and
Mora AaalatHt Eni!;rate,
Boston, July 11. -About two hundred
assisted emigrant arrived this morning
on the Austrian. They consist taamlyof
families aud are bettor olad and more
healthy than their predecessor. Most of
them have money and are bound wut. In
quiries among them developed tbe taet that
none of tbcm are of the paupar onus.
A IUII- Uallttajr (Jsmt !.
Nkw York, July U.-Tb board of akler
oieti to-day paaatd aver the lussyor' veto
Heir resolution gMag tit filed aad ttnukillcd
laborers tu the eat.pl ay of the oMy a balf-
bottday frota the haatr of i
f twtll the 1Mb at
ant Fao aster Bitot.
Santa, Vt, X. M., July 11. -Th Tarts.
Millenlal Kxpoaitron is in the full tide of
success. Iatareet In tho show grows
daily. Tbe Apache Rational daace laU
four day aud four night without reeting.
It the Apache ventlou af the TuMspfcttaaa
ind l known i the devil' daace, or Napa
Johiinp. The story I that the prett) la
ciluii maiden i tempted by the devil Chinita
in maiiv way and dlaguUcs, her greatesst
trial being when be aanumee tba form af
Conez, the hero of the Spaniard and the
Old Mischief of tbe Apaobo race. There
was a grand flit-anea's ball la Exposition
Hall Tuesday eveuiag. Tbe mineral ex
hiblts, now eomplete, are tbe inimt strik
ing feature of the exbrbltlan, and are at
tracting tbe attention of miner and capi
talists from every part of the planet.
Determined to Enforoe tho DoiroUa!
JarricRSON City, Mo., July 11. A im
porter called on Gov. Crittenden this after
noon to loarn tbe course be rtvUwd pum
lug relative to the enforce) of tba Saa
day clause of the Downing high Itraaae
law. When aaked if tlie poUoe commis
sioner refused to ewforeo the law U he
would remove tbeta, the governor said: "I
bave no notice of such refusal. When It
comes In au official way then I will deter
mine what hall be doae. The Sunday
clause of tbi Downing bill may uot be pop
ular with a certain class. N'ttverthcluas It
is the law, aad no officer or cilia n should
refuse to obey iu If thai part of tbe law
is disobeyed, does that annul tba li
cense under which they act? It
is well for the opposer to look well
to that part of the law before aettlnc It at
dcHance. Thoae who submit to the law
will be wisest In tbe end." Further than
this the governor declined to express hi
views. Hi manner wa very pleasant, but
it would require no groat Judge of human
nature to fullv realise that be I terribly in
earnest, and that, beUovtng this law to be
right, he will enforce It, let toe oon
.eienci's be what tbey may, and parties
who may have entertained hope thai ba dM
not really mean att he said regarding this
law will find that tbay have made a great
miHtake, and wherever tba executive power
is brought to hear on tbe matter tba way of
the transgressors will be bard.
Lowrix, Ma., July 11. -A speaUl
meeting of the various telephone oompa
uIa under the Lowell ausaagoment wa
held to-day. The quarterly dirtduod
were a follow: Bell National, Mutae,
1 percent., Boston and Nortbora I,
suburban 2, Bay State , TJaiea
Barstbardfa BatS ItosiMSvaa,
Krib, Penn., Joiy 11. la s raw In the
suburbs late but even rag, Goo. Bernhardt
plnugod a dirk into tba body ofjoha
Struvkor, ripping Was open to that bo will
die. Bernhardt eaetipad. Rl tarn Hykifs
lated to Sarah BHbrdt, and aba vtoW
them when acting iujtots couatry.
Chicago, July 11. Tbe fallnros (
Utiles, Uoldy & MoMaboa waaaaaouaeod oa
the floor of lha gyrhaaga . thai Bsonttag.
Tbe firm ascribe ha traobta to s doproatloa
iu the provision market. Tho aaaouat of
tbe liabilities 1 not givea.
Fort Waynb, Ind., July li.-Saiss,
the best pitcher of tbe ltot VfajNM kszM
club, was to-day suttpendod for sxxtr (taya
for throwing Taxwday ' gama Bees lbs
Von Wayne and Toledo dsjb sabe katar.
cst of tbe gamblers.
Mssa(n a Otvtfca.
Boston, July 11. Between fiJtr ao4
Miiy luciiscngvr or tu) Mntual
company are ou a strike, rantata
lay iu the delivery Imalnaae Hmm
were tjjii ' : .1.
JULY il, 1883.
CATTLE Kxports fl Ttm I6 od
choice shipping, $o UKdO 9 eaaaaaoei
fair, $4 VfXx6 80. buozbaasr'. a 1
4 fSd; Texan, $3 7W3o 10; stocker, 8aK).
Market quiet at 10 lower.
lii(i.S-rairiy active aad fcfcJcaJ
Light X aOfeM K); mtztrd aaeklac B M0
paeklo 9 ft SMI
CATTLE Esxpoat avmsvH ahtMat, gad
to heavy do $b KtsSS tt; tfafbS to faar t M
rV Id; common to vsdim St M
lair to good ColoraAo Utb ISix
W ibfai lib; oom-frd Toxsan II 106
light to good storAers S3 MM W; Ktr to
good feeder Js4 (XVM ft: eomsBoa to etoUe
native cow and button a totcrt tftt mU
wag of any kind $5U0C1 M.
SIIKKP-Counuoo, modliAta and kWt't
fi ax,r.l AO; fair to good K MM M;jki
U Vm B0; fair to good Tewsns, fien
IKXiS-Lower fully 25riM0c; no demand
to speak of, a buyer ware hoMlng est.
Shipper paid 5 ; for Ikrbl, aad htrteboT
hogs sold at $5 !iV8 S9. .,
WHEAT-Irregular, cloislug at $1 OSJsic
August: $102s, Setotistor; U OSluSl
04 October: H 04 H November! 8H yar.
COUN-Weaker; 6tX July: Augiust)
61 H Sept-tniber; 61H cVsUber; MX
OATS-Lowcr; 4X July; 'J8K August;
HHmVi Soptembor; n yer.
WHEAT Hifbor; eloaing at $1 01
July; fl nfl AagneS; fl 0T Sopteraber;
$1 0n October: 1 04 K year.
-t OUN-Kaaler; 44K July; 4d August;
47V September;; 48KfMW Oatotver;
OATS Lower; MX a. Julv; MS s.
August; 36 year,
WHEAT J alf fl W; Augut $1
Septembor fl lhk October (1 17H.
CORN Julv IWH; August W1:
OATS-Augv.l -8SM; Suptembsr
October 3o? .
BUTTKU-W quote: Creamery at UaMl
tor cnoiue to raney, to n lor terocuon.
Dairy at liMtMT
far eboios to faoe
IS for bcImcUo
one; fair to goad W li earn
Coantry Mobed k MbjMarod
I drtuaau bath sasaNt syiseti
lciod Url0, meiRurn OaM, War gvade
BGS-Uiady, saIos at Ua. aadjaL
Old sad doabttai lata km, aeoeailm to
LV Kit POM..
Countrv market ralar dutt.
Spot wheat rather aulet: Mo. J spasjag
wlwat off eoiurt dactinad ttd; rod wha
tm wheat o veosst Mlnod la.
If a. a (prtng 8 M: wastafa vrlsstar
ta Wd. WeMoiti oara tsritor tone at Is .
Demand IVitm-Uusasel Ebai sai aasl tXaM
eataotx1iJMif tawUmt Mwaaim.
A great many people srs asking
what particular trouble BkOWN'S
Iron Bittus is good for.
It will cure Heart Disease, Paral
ysis, Dropsy, Kidney Disease, Con
sumption, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, and sll similar diseases.
Its wonderful curative power is
simply because it purifies snd en
riches the blood, thus beginning st
the foundation, and by building up
the system, drives out all disease,
A Lady Cured of Rheumatism.
Baltimore, Md., May j, tSSo,
My liaalth was much shattered by
Rheumatism when I commenced
taking liruwa't Iron Bitters, and I
scarcely had itreiujth enough to at
tend to my daily household dunes,
lam now using the third bottle and I
am refilling strength daily, aud I
cheerfully recommend it to all.
1 cannot tay too much In praise
of it. Mrs. Makv E. Bhashkar,
Kidney Disease Cured.
Chrutianiburx, Vt,, 1881.
Suffering from kidney disease,
from which I could get no relief, I
tried brown's Iron Ilium, which
cured ma completely. A child of
mine, recovering from scarlet fever,
had no appetite and did not seem to
be able to eat at all. I gavehim Iroa
Bitters with the happiest results.
J, Kvta MoKTAUtS.
Vine St., llarrisburg, Pa.
Dec a, iai.
After trying different physician
and many remedies lor palpitation
of tlie heart without receiving any
benefit, 1 was advised to try Brown's
Iron Bitters. 1 hase useu two bot
tle and never found anything that
give tne to murh relief.
Mn. JkNHit Haas.
For the peculiar troubles to which
ladies are subjeel, Brown's Iron
Bitters is invaluable. Try it.
Be sure and get the Genuine.
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