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CAIRO, ILL., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JLNE 11, 18M,
A happy suririrto it was to Mr. A. R.
Norton, ot lirlstol, Conn., when AniLOPUOitoa
put him on lib frit, anil mint Mm cheerfully
about hla business. Let him toll his own btory :
"About three weeks ao I was taken
with a severe crick in tho buck. For four days
I was unable to turu lu Ud without help, and
when KIP d up could not stand ou my ft. I u
induced to try Am Loi-nulios, after all tlieui-ual
muieUiwi failed, lu au luimit'-s alter taking tliu
first dofu I could iK-ar u.y wcndit upon my feet.
In two days 1 was aide to put about nul attend
to business, lu two other raw which have
come to luy knowledge itn unebad been utteudtd
with the name result."
A poor man ia Philadelphia La i to bor
row a dollar to buy a bolt in of Annoi-uoiios.
On account of his poverty hlshiimeidiall remain
a secret. II" had Kurt'-red terribly Iroui lih' U
inulUu. He gruti'f ully writes:
" I took my first doso Tuesday afternoon,
and ou Wcdnihiy, after tint mwu dotww, 1 h.:d
Lot a idiarp or severe ache left. Then 1 r iii'i :l
tho done one half and took the reuiaind. r of tho
botUn. 1 was aide to be steady at work till Hat
uiday, when I t-H.k a wictn cold and was un
able to un' my li lt hand. I I'tiri ha:d anott:. r
b-dUa and by bed tin o I f.iind rchcl. The
medicine ii ail you claim f T it."
Investigate. VniLOi'iioito-allyou pex-c!
1'in 1 all the fault you ( hoo.-u with it! and
t the fact remains, that it is duimr vh a
(j other medicine ever eoull do vr '.'..
:i:itibiu and .Neuralgia.
If you cannot ret Anii.Oi'iieiio;of
we will wtiil Kioiprvs.sp.dil, on r . ',
r. i'Ular price one dollar tk-r b dtle. e j ! .
th.l you buy It from jour (Insist, but if
L...lT It, do hot lj P'T-u.ol.'d to try houu tl:i:.0
elv, but order at oi.ee from us aa directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
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The Emperor I.-'u:x Sap pon unr.kul
only tije nn'-f-t Ci.t: the "rid t uid I r
dm. l'r"f IJori'ford myp Vji- .n.wr
cinni w.-re ii.ud-- i-i ciay f irl.tm m Ha
Ta:.afrotij l aft . .(rr tlicii' I Icii
ll. it of Nollh C'uri'Ll.a, t.!i. ' i.iflh. tini"!
.-!if (rr 'n. linn kwt-..V hull U'lrhain
Huiokilur I da.... ft .nj the cuine
leaf iim d in tii" K.'i,-t r t - i-...t-. ) !.)
Intel) j ure at.d ui 't.ivr.i"i.i'ly ti.c U-t
tot.a'CO eer l;l!t re I.
Thacl. r:,j ' r.fi. d dii-.i.-ht. r. A! lie, in
her hket. il f A'fr- d l M. J U. lU iry.rr'
M ,tit.lji, te!j d her ..t t. ' til" relit .t.
H'M found L:m wi.l::v lili-kucira l.oli
t'uriiain T'dia. i n, n i.t l.:n. I y H mi .In.- i1
llueM-ll I. neil, Amor.cau Vanir'.cr to tht
Court of Ht. J.n.'v.
lu the day. 1 1 adulteration. it !vtu.
fort to ui ker to t: that t'.e bull liar
ham hrand Ik ul 'l'itely i in.-, a:.d n.ade
from the tt I.. I the w-rld ! n-lu.-.
Iliac kweli'n i;iii Inirham S:ij- liiiuf do.
tcco m ti.u tr( at d i :ir"t made. Ail
dealern ha'.e it. o:je kM.uiLe with ut
the trade n.ark of the Uiiil
(1. AV. IIHXDEPuSOX,
No. ('oifiiiierci;il Avt.
S.-!c .Ayetit fdi the 'Ylel'i ate.l
Maaufartarcr hd D. a'.et in
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iran Work.
Bulldf r' Il'irdwart' and ( i 'it -r " Tool'.Ta i'c
ami I'oehet ( nt .ry, he-t in t:.e e, r;A,-j. if, ,
llro.' i'laled KniVen, I'ork' nioi oi.'. (irmiile
Iron Ware. Her, in Lurllieii'.vnre. l'h le M,,iii.tutn
FrecTT.', Water Conk re I!ef'i'er.i'or, llotiien
Wrltincris Crown K.'ir.er-. st-p l.). tinriien
liii;deraeii:i, (io'.dui MarOd Sii.vm- in the
world. I.httipi' id ev. -rv de-i ri: tint'. Elaiu "il,
C'itrj t hwc'' per", l'uiher luifi'-r. Itrnoiii. Win
dow Screen V re cmth, Full 'iiiij.iy ul i'leh n
The above it rorubn'tom pr!ce.
Corner l.'th a:.d Commercia. Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Mmle to Crlr.
Stli St., let. Ohio I.cveo & Coa.niertiul Ave.
- - I Li Ll
Koimirins neatly done at short notice.
NEW VOIIK STOUK,
WHOLESALE AND M.K'rA 1 L.
The Liii'sesfc Vaiiety Slock
IN TI1K CITY.
WOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YOUK STORE CO,
On.', Nil et eu.it 't Hlrctt 1
tYt nrr il tv. .lU't '
Mrs, Emily Bowers,
Jlrn. AMANDA CLAIiKSON, Agent.
No. HO Hth Ht., Cuiro, III.
tSTQooi Stock and Prices Keaeomilile. jffl
a iLr Ba Si
. ,sV-..U " i . -.
I.eatler id &
SWEPT OVER THE FALLS,
A Broken Oablo Rosulta In the
Drowuintf of Eleven
Unsafe Transit by Ferry Ovor Montaina
Streams Men aud Mules Go Down
Death of Two Would-be Rescuers Who
Vainly 13:aved the Treacher
Ili.rii.NA, Mum a.v.v, June 10. Sumlay
afternoon, while the ferry boat at Thomp
son' Falld was crossing the river a
cable broke an the boat weut over
the i'd'.la, 8uo yards below. The boat
hid on eleen men bound for the Cu.iir
d'A.'eue mines, and thirteen jiaek horses,
each carrying :'; pounds of supplies for
liable City. The current was very swift
ami powerful. As soon as the cable
bioke 'ill the passengers except two
jumped overboard and struggled vainly
to reach the shore, but were swept
over tho falls. The boat was righted af
ter oin? over the brink and lodged
aiiu?t l.eikuap Uridine a short distance
below, whore tho two passengers who
Mid clunt; to it were rescued. Two men
ou shoro took a kiff and tried to effect
the rescue of those who jumped Into- tho
water, but were also swept ovtr tho fulls.
Of the; thirteen men concerned eleven
were iost. They were all strangers L'oln
to the mines and their names are not
known. Ail the. jack animals were
Commissioners Wrestling With Ques
tions of Statistics.
Sr. I. oris, Mo., June 10. The Labor
Convention resumed Its i-es.-don at ittlio
this morning. The ilrst business was the
appointment of Messrs. WrL'lit, Bishop
and Lord to consider a resolution provid
ing for tho appointment of a committee
of three to visit Pullman City, 111., next
October an I examine into its practical
work for the beiu lit of employes.
The following was offered by Mr. l'cck:
IS.jfJt-i 1, Thiit a cominituo of live be up
pi.iiitril to loniiulale u erie ol ijoesMOos 10
drtw the Miiii-d nl.jits ol' inve-tinition
coiit"ioila:el I y tie; law gi eming the m-v-eral
buri n is of t iii-tiis of I u r ami to re
p ut tin.- name nt t lie eieehl m.-e'iiiir ol the
convention al I'uli'tian ( i'y
Tin; Standing Executive Committee
and the Committee on the Collection of
Stali-tics were continued.
Mr. Wright introduced the following:
;'. ir. I, Thai the be-t liio-r.. -) of tile
StaU' liurcituaol' Stati-tiej i.f I.ulior. tind of
tl.o Industrial funis of the country i!e
maial thiu uoh leireans liml,l lie n.lmin-i-ti-.i.
with. mi referenee In .ulilieal iti
tliieiii e. and that all olln erd i-h iui l bo se
ll -etc ! lor Ih 'ii' Utiles fur etatist'cal work,
a l .tut on iireoeiit of iiili'jriiuu-e t.j or s rvn e
rend-.Te I any puny.
A report of the Chairmm appointed to
ascertain the bet methods for the col
Jcctivii of statistics, was read. The
blank or circular system wiis disup-
provej of, ami tint p:U!i oi special
agents approved; -'.", (""J copie's of re
ports of proceedings were ordered
The convention then adjourned uutil
cL-ht o'clock to-night. At 1 p. in. the
del-gates t'k carriages for a tour of In
spection to loading manufactories. Lig
gett a. Myers, Chritopher and Simpson's
foundry. Atiheuser-i)uch brewery aud
the North St. Louis roiling mills will bo
visited. An elegant banquet will be
served at tho Fair Grounds at 5 p. in. by
the Mechanics' Exchange.
Ul'FOliUs LAST ItEtJl'KsT.
His Kcmain9 to Best in Kentucky Soil
iNMAN vri'i is, I.vu., June 10. General
Abe lluford, who committed suicide yes
terday at the residence ot his nephew,
Benj. 1 Buford, at Danville, lud., had
gone there to attend the races.
Two written statements have been
found in which lie says he determined to
take hi. own life because of his poverty,
tho death of his family anil the trouble of
his brother Tom. lie asked to have his
remains sent to his brother and interred
at Lexington, Ky. Tho body will bo
shipped for that place this evening.
..),IH0 FOK A WIFE'S l'ltOTECTlOV.
A Congressman Who Loves His Wife
More Than Treasure.
Ei.MiitA, N. Y., June 10. The fact that
tho recent robbery of 3,000 worth of
diamonds from the residence of the Hon.
C. C. B. Walker, in Corning, during his
absence, was committed with the greatest
ease, because the safe in which the jew
elry was kept was not locked, has given
rise to much surprise and unfavorable'
comment. No one could understand
how a man of the Congressman's strict
business methods could bo so careless in
regard to the protection of his household
treasures, especially as many of thorn,
through association and long family pos
session, inula value to him much beyond
their Intrinsic woKlh, When questioned
on the subject by a friend the latter was
still further surprised to be told by Mr.
Walker that tho fact of the safe being left
open was not the result of carehssuess
or thoughtlessness, but it was left open by
his express order and direction. "When
I am homo," said the ex-Congressman, "I
always lock the safe and put the key away.
When I go away from home it is understood
in my house that the safe must not
be locked. You will remember that
when the Wellsboro Bank was robbed a
few years ago tho cashier and members
of bis family were treated with great
cruelty and violence by tho robbers be
cause of their resisting demands for tho
keys to tho vaults aud safe. That set me
to thinking, and ouo day I said to my
wife, 'We have some things In that safe
which are valuable und very dear to us.
Now, it Is only a question of tlmo when
KVmAN OU UCI'l'tANS
will come after them. If I am homo tho
chances are that they w ill not get them,
but I may be away at the time. If they
conm then and Und that safe locked they
will hesitate at no personal vlolcuco to
ward you In their efforts to effect an en
trance to It. All the precious relics and
treiunircs In tho world wouM not 1)8' re
compense for tho results ol tnch treat
ment. Therefore, when I am absent
from home the safe must not
bo locked. Then wheu the robbers
come, they will secure tLelrbooty an 1 re
tire without disturbing you." Robbers
came while I was away, secured the
booty, and left without disturbing Mrs.
Walker or any ouo else. They were even
considerate enough to administer ether to
my wife for four of disturbing her. Sup
pose that safe had been locked. I don't care
even to conjecture what the cousequnces
might have been, and I feel that In saving
my family from them, the paying of
?5,0oij was a trilling matter."
Bad Company, Dishonesty, Suicide.
Nkw Youk, June 10. A young man
who registered as S. Montague, of New
ark, X. J., at Hail's Hotel, Chatham
street, last night, was found iu his room
tifis morning with a bullet hole in his
head. It Is learned tint his right name
was Montague Levy. He was a clerk lu
tho house of A. Friodiaud, cloak mer
chant, ou Broadway. Ho was much
trusted by Friedland, but was recently,
discovered appropriating his employer's
money. He was accused and confessed,
saying that bad company was the cau.cof
Why They Failed.
I'nif.ADKi.iMiiA, l'.v., June 10. Howard
I). Thomas & Co., of Hoddingtou, manu
facturers of woolens have failed. Their
ratings were at seventy-five to one hundred
thousand del ars. The depreciation In the
price of wool is said to be the cause. In
au interview tho veteran cotton-woolen
manufacturer said: "I have been in tho
trade for llfty years and never saw Has du 1
as now. l'rices are low ami there seems
to be no demand for goods." The manu
facturers are uuauimous in tho opinion
that foreign competition, over production
und the free trade agitation caused the
The California Delewation.
Acgcsta, Mk., June 10. This morn
ing the California delegation visited the
.State House, aud took carriages toLogus,
taking dinner at the Soldiers' Home.
This eveniug they will attend a recep
tion at Blaine's house, The announce
ment in the morning pspers that Roose
velt has decided to support Blaine creates
bUi satisfaction aud amusement. The
Western people look with contempt
upon what they term tho Boston
and New York "dude." In conver
sation they take great glee iu sar
catic references to Curtis, Lodge,
Senator Hoar and others of the same
Tl'UNl EsT PHIZES.
Next Year's Maetinsr to be Held in St.
Altox, III., June 10. TheTurufest of
die St. Louis "turu" district, closed last
jveniiig with an exhibition and concert
it the City Hall and a grand ball at
Turner Hall. The prize turning was
.ompleted at MidJleton's 1'ark in the
.fieruoou, and the twenty-four prizes
veroditributed last evening. Almost
.11 the Turnverelns represented captured
me or more of the trophies, tiie St. Louis
Turners being especially fortunate. The
furufest next year will be held in St.
riTTiii'it;n, I'a., June 10. The delo
'ato convention of miner held to-day
t Mouongahela promises to bo import
ing Tho question to be decided is tho
u-ico ol mining for the fail run. An
iffort will bo made to bring tho price
iaek to w hat it was, namely, three and a
lalf cents for tho tlrt three pools, and
hrec cents fur the fourth.
Ha Speculated and Lost.
WlI.MINCTnN', DM.., JlltlO 10. TllC do-
nlcation of .1. R. Hall, Cashier of the
Jitizeus' National Bank of Middletown,
B announced. Hall transferred his prop
irty to the Bank Directors to guarantee
lepositors against loss. The amount of
Sie defalcation is not made public. Hall
ipecuiated with the bauk's funds.
I OUT Y-EIU HTU CON ti It KSS.
Washington, 1). C, June 10. A largo
lumber of petitions were presented from
ianous sections against the Government
Senator Logan introduced a bill, by re
puest, granting the right of way to the
New Orleans i Mississippi Valley Rail
toad through tho Government land at
Senator Beck withdrew his resolution
Instructing the Committee on Judic
iary to report a bill for tho removal of
political disabilities!, explaining that tho
arrangement of the business before the
lominittee precluded any action ou the
measure this session.
Senator Yorhoes offered a resolution
which went over, directing tho Secretary
of tho Interior to furnish informa
tion in regard to contracts for fur
nishing beef and cattle to tho In
dians during 1SS1I anil 1!L
Consideration of tho Mexican pension
bill was resinned.
Senator Beck remarked that If the bill
were amended It stood a poor chance of
passage at this session. This remark
was elicited by tho amendment by Har
rison requiring sixty days' actual servlco
to entitle veterans to pension.
Senator Morgau said the amendment
was Intended to defeat tho bill.
Senator Harrison denied this, but was
opposed to persons receiving pensions
who never shared tho actual dangers of
the Mexican war,
Mr. Morrison (of Illinois), from tho
Committee ou Ways and Means, reported
u concurrent resolution fixing the hour of
adjournment at 3 p. m. ou Monday, Juno
liOili. Received with applause; passed
'Ill' Louisiana Backbone Railroad land
forfeiture bill was postponed until to
morrow, the llouso going into com
mittee of the w hole on the river and har
Mr. Ochiltree (of Texas), made a
proposition to strike out tho appro
priation for the Improvement of tho har
bor of Galveston, Texas. Debate dis
closed tho fact that it was done with a
view of substituting a future special bill.
He said that Ends' jetty systom was pref
erable to tho present unsuccessful sys
tern. The cost of Ends' system Is esti
mated at seven and half millions. The
paragraph was stricken out, being the
Urst amendment to that bill.
Mr.llowitt and others offered amend
ments to tho bill, all of which were re.
Jccted, the Hou.se standing by the com
mlttco and disregarding tho appeal of
tnonbtrs from tho district, fnttrji.
Tho Elaino and Logan Campaign
to bo Pushed With
There Will Ba No Want of Tuncls to Oil
the Wheels of the Old
Democratic Probabilities, Possibilities and
Crudities Who Will Ee
the Candidates ?
Washington-, D. C, Juno 10. What
sort of a campaign shall It be? is now
the question which agitates tho breast
3f the average Rvpublican politician.
Of course tho uoininatiou of Blaliio Is
looked upon as meaning an aggressive
campaign, and it is probable that this
idea will be carried out iu the months
which ensue between this and November.
Preparations have already beeu begun
for the work. The campaign fund, it
is understood, will be large, and
its use will not be conllued to
the doubtful States of New York and
Indiana and Ohio, but will bo ex
pended in tho .South. Interviews with
politicians from Southern States show
tint the ticket, Blaine und Logan, is tho
most popular one that could have been
nominated for the South. Such men as
Bandoiph Tucker, of Virginia, Congress
man Skinner of North Carolina, Barbour,
of Virginia, and others say frankly that if
any man or ticket can carry the Mates
of Virginia, North Carolina,
ind perhaps Florida and Louis
iana, it is that which was nom
inated at Chicago last Friday. With this
Idea it is understood that attention will
be turned toward the South, and tV.at the
doubt which attaches to the possibility of
carrying New York will be met with an
effort to carry Southern States w hich will
affset the loss of the New York vote, if it
should be lost. Tho general Impression
is that with Blaiuo upon the ticket the
I'aciilo Coast States will certainly be Ke
pu! licau. as his record on the China
man is quite satisfactory to your Paci lie
'Joaster, and, no matter what the uamc
'jf the Democratic candidate may bo,
I lie impression Is that Blaine will carry
ihoc States. The Ohio Democrats who
ay there is a chance for their party do
aot say it with an enthusiasm which
leads to the belief that there really Is any
hope for the Democracy iu ihio. On the
other hand, the Republicans who say that
Biaino and Logan can carry Indiana, evl
Jeutly have some doubt of their own
ttateincuts. Tho general Impression
is that a strong effort will be
made to carry Virginia. Blaine is entirely
atisfactory to the stiaig'ntout vote, aud
Mahone, w ho never has faltered when il
came to real work in au attempt to give
Virginia to tho Republicans, will proba
bly coine into line und whip In his men
for Blaine, and If the stralghtouts aud
Mahone elements can be united, as it Is
believed they will be, the light In tho
State will be very close. The Democrats
say that tho Republican campaign fund
will bo larger this year than ever before
Corporations, they say, will come to the
support of Blaine and will put up cash
for him. Tli.il he is a corporation man
Is generally charged on the Democratic
ide aud quietly admitted by many Re
publicans, if this be true it is argued
there will be no
LACK OK CAMl'Al'i.V H NT'S.
The Republican nomination having 1 o m
disposed of, attention now turns to the
Democratic Convention. It is hard to
torce the belief that Mr. Tilden will not
be the candidate. Statement after state
ment is made to the effect that he has
w ritten a letter ot declination, that ho
has slated to his friends that ho will de
cline, and that ho w ill not accept under
any circumstances, yet a large proportion
of politicians say that ho will probably
00 the nominee. Tho rank and tile
if tho party demand him as their
standard-bearer, and information' comes
from all parts of the country that the
people demand Tilden. Among tho.o
who do not favor Tilden and who hope
for his declination the most popular man
appears to be Bayard. In fact there is
tpiite a B tyard boom just now. Bayard
tul McDonald Is a ticket a good deal
talked of, and seems more likely to bo an
acceptable one if Tilden is actually off of
the track than any other lli.it is now
thought of. A rather curious development
tif tho past lew days has been the atti
tude of tho Punt toward the Blaine nomi
nation, Tho Post has been recog
nized all along as a Biaino paper, and
advised the Republican party to nomin
ate him. An hour after tho nomina
tion the junior Mr. Ilutchins, now
editor and manager of tho I'mt, was
passing up Pennsylvania avenue past
tho Washington ollico of this paper,
and when ho was asked by your corre
spondent some question regarding tho
uoininatiou said: "It is the best that
could have been made for wo Demo
crats. It assures our success. Why
tho Presidency is as surely ours now
as November and the election will come.
1 do not think there Is a particle of 'doubt
as to the election of our man, whoever
lie may be. Of course, iu saying that I
expect that the convention will make a
wise and judicious nomination, I mean
to say that any one of a half dozen or
dozen men in our parly can carry tho
election, and carry it easy. It Is just as
easy as to walk across this sidewalk and
pick It up In tho gutter. Blaine is the
weakest man that possibly could have
been nominated by the Republicans, and
all wo have to do now Is to reach out our
hands and take the prize."
McDonald and Slocum.
Washington, I). C.,.Iuuc 10. Ex-Senator
McDonald, of Iudiana, leaves for
home to-night. Prominent Indiana and
New York Congressmen have been con
sulting with him during his visit, and it Is
reported that tho result of the conference
is an agreement to push McDonald ami
Slocum before tho Democratic Conven
tion lu the event of Tihlen's declination.
Voorhecs and others believe that Tilden
will decline snro and think that McDon
ald aud Slocum could surely carry New
York and Indiana, two doubtful but
Plunged From the Trestle.
Hartkoiip, -Conn., Juno 10. Early
this morning an engine und passenger
train, on tho Hartford & Connecticut
Galley Railroad juiupod tho track'
fefete crossing tho trcstlo over Hog River,,
l yiajtcr of a mile oat of this city. Tho
euglne plunged from the trestle to tho
river. Engineer Allen and Fireman Bee
bo jumped, but not clearing the wreck
both were badly Injured. Tho passenger
car, containing over tlfty people, was
prevented from going over tho trestle by
the baggage car swinging broadside
across tho track.
Frank Leseure a Suicide.
Dan'vii.i.i:, III., June 10. Frank
Leseure, member of the wholesale and
retail hardware firm of Yeomauns, Shedd
& Leseure, committed suicide this morn,
lug by shooing himself through the head
w ith a No. 41 bulldog revolver, It Is sup
posed wlillu Insane, Insanity being heredi
tary lu the family, lie leaves u young
widow aud one child.
The Benton Park Suioldo Found to bo
St. Lui is, Mo,, Juiio 10. Tho Inquest
on the body of the youug man who was
found drowned iu Benton Park yester
day, is being held In tho Coroner's ollice
this afternoon. The bud; has been Ident
ified as Edward livers, a barkeeper em
ployed on Tenth and Brooklyn streets.
The park keeper testified that he hud seen
the deceased lying on the benches in the
park Sunday afternoon, aud that ho ap
peared to be Intoxicated.
Ratifying- Blaine and Logan.
Joi.ikt, III., Juno 10. A huge Re
publican ratiilcatiou meeting was
h'dd hero last -evening. one hundred
guns were tired aud speeches were mudo
by many of the most prominent members
of the party In this district. The feeling
is that it will bo an absolute impossi
bil.u for Elaine and Logan to fail iu car
rying the election, while the Democratic
leaders say they would have preferred al
most anv other lueu to light against.
Arrested for Eiubczzlemsnt.
Wi.m Cutis i nit, Pa., June 10. George
M. Rupert, late Secretary and Treasurer
of tho Pennsylvania Mutual Fire Insur
ance Company, was arrested last night,
charged with the embezzlement of 810,
000 from tho company. Ho gave bail in
the sum ol -S 3,000. He Is also under bail
for embezzling 13,000 of tho West
Chester birough Treasurer.
A Train Captured by Houghs.
Emu, Pa., June 10. A gang of roughs,
to tho number of two hundred, captured
a train on tho Lake Shore Road yester.
day, near Buffalo Creek, with tho inten
tion of riding to a pic-mc. I ho engineer
cut loose and run away with the engine.
A large force of olliecrs, after a lleroo
battle, rescued the train and dispersed
BASE HALL BREVITIES,.
Score of Games Played on Monday,
Pittsburgh, Pa. St. Louis, U; Alio
fihenys, :i. "
Boston, Mass. Baltimore Unious, 10;
Bostou Uuious, 4.
Kansas City, Mo. Chicago Unious, 12;
Kansas City Unions, 8.
Baltimore, Md. Baltimorcs, 11; In
Washington, D. C Tolodos, C; Wash
Now York Metropolitans, 7; Louis-
villes, 3 Ciiicinnalis, 1J; Brooklyus,
Detroit, Mich. Buffalo., 3; Do
Providence, R. I. Bostons, L'j Provi
Philadelphia, Pa. New Yorks, 12;
Philudolphias, 8 Athletics, 8; Colum
bus, 0.... Keystones, 0; Nationals, 4.
A Bourbon Vote for Blaine.
Siir.i.uYvn i.e., III., Jtiuo 10. Mat.
Einbry, a h ading farmer aud stock dealer
of this county, says he has been waiting
for twenty-live years for a chance to vote
for Blaine for President aud will do so
this year. Einbry is a Bourbon Demo
crat, but went to school to the "Plumed
Knight" in Kentucky a quarter of a cen
A Lucky Dotr.
I'l l i sin liiiii, Pa., Juno 10. "Jack Na
poleon" a famous lighting dog scored his
thirtieth victory hero to-day by whipping
the bulldog "Frank," from South Caro
lina in a match for $300. The light lasted
llity-nine minutes, when Frank refused to
The Siamese legation have readied San
Stocks were weaker on tho New York
The Troy & Boston Road has withdrawn
from tho lloosuc Tunnel Lino.
Tho California delegation to Chicago
are ou a visit to Mr. Blaiuo of Maine.
King John of Abyssinia has accepted
the treaty prepared by Admiral llewett.
Bavaria will vote iu the Federal Coun
cil against the bill for taxing bourse op
erations. In an election riot at Miodspell, Hun
gary, live persons were killed and two
A man at Jarrow has been arrested,
thought to be connected with tho recent
Pittsburgh stove manufacturers have
decided to start the factories with uon
Several persons were struck by light
ning at Louisville, two of whom are not
expected to live.
Before tho Democratic Convention
meets at Chicago the hall Is to bo rear
ranged to seat 20,000 peojde.
County Conventions held In Missouri
and Illinois Monday were enthusiastic
for tho nomination of Tilden for Presi
dent. Hcrron Spencer, fruit dealers, New
York, assigned for benefit of creditors.
Entire claims of preferred creditors,
Judge Horace Russell and Theodore
Houston were appointed receivers of tho
New York, West Shoro & Buffalo Railway
Springfield, Vt., lia boon visited by
another disastrous flood, causing wreck
and havoc. The people had to tleo for
Tho proposed reorganization of tho
Louisville & Nashville Road has been post
poned as the European stockholders wish
President Arthur recommends an ap
propriation of 388,000 for tho purpose
t making Government exhibits at tho
Kevf Orlfans Ejrpofitlon
Itching ami Burn
ing Tortures, IIn
Z Hons, nuchas
SALT Kit EVM or Eczema, Piorlaalm, Scald rtead.
Infuutl e or Hirth Humor, and every form of
Ilchlnu, Scaly, Pimply, Inherited, Contanlotia, and
Copper C'olnred Iicaia of tho Mood, sklu and
Sculp, with Lii flliilr, are. positively cured by
the Ccticcka Kemkuikm.
Cutlcura r'Noivt!Ut. the new blood purifer, clean-
fea the blood and per-piratum ol linpiirltie and
poixoiioeri dementi1, ami thus remove tho cause.
ciiticnni, the irreat Hkin C'uru, lu'tantlv allays
Itchini! and InlLunmit on, dears the Skin and
si-iip, heal. l lcem and Sorps, and restores tho
Cuticura Houp, an cxihiHito kin lleantlller and
Toilet Kcqu lOtu. prepared from Cutloiira, In India
p :n,.ble in Inviting k:n IMhchma, Ilahy Ilumorn,
skm lilcriiMii k, i oiii;i,(. hupped, or Ody Skin.
Catlciirn Keinedlo are iiholutely pnre, and the
only real lilood l'uriii ra and Skin Ilcautlfler, free
fn in inercim, nno'iilc, lead, zinc, or any othot
mineral or Vi'iietnh.e poimin whatsoever.
It wiiild require, thU entire paper to do jtistlcj
to a dcfcrimiou of the ctirea performed by the
Ciiticur.'i Resolvent internally, and Cuticnra and
Cuticura .Soap externally.
Eczema uf the pa'uia of the hand and ot tho
ends of the flnccr, vvrv litfhVti t to treat and nsu
ally cor.KldereJ incurable; email patihe of tetter
and -nil : in: in oi: (he curs, uosu und Hides of the
Suii;cd Head with los of hair without nnmber,
bends covered with ilaudrmV and pcaly eruption",
I'speciiiliy of i hililrcti and Inl'uutH, many of which
inee birth hud beeu a muss of pcul's ;
Itelnni;, .!i r i , 1 1 tr. aud ncnly tori urea that battled
ev. ti r lief from ordinary remedies, soothed aLd
h Jidod as by niiiLde ;
rseri.'il, leprosy, and other frightful form of
nkin ilh-oii-H! , Keroii'oii tiicers, old soru-,and dls
chiirtr lit; v out, il, eie h and a" of hich have been
speedily, permanently aim economically Cured by
the Cuticura Itetnedle".
Sold even-where. Price: Cntlctira, .0 cents:
Itesolvent, gt no; Simp, eij cents. Potter Dttijj and
Chi inic.il Co , Burton, Mad.
Send for "How 'o Cure Skin Diseases."
COMl'LETK TREATMENT Si
A sin.de dose of Sanfonl' Hudical Curo lntnntly
relieves tliH-most violent SneezInK or Head Colds,
n 1 1 .... .1 .iu hi. .it.i.rir, .tun. wnterv dip-
chaice from the Nose and Eyes, prevents Iting
in Nolsis in llie Head, cure Nervous Headache,
. . ... ., t "I - I"-
anil stimuli's (. nms cuu rover, in turainii v.-
tarrh it cleanse the nasal passages ot loin niucim,
restores tho senses ot smell, Uste, aud hearing
wnen auecii'ii, irees me ucuu, luiimi., au mum-u-lal
tubes of offensive matter, sweetens and ptiriflos
Ihe breath, stnp tho cons;h and arrests tho pro
ura-H of Ca urih towards.Cousumptlon.
One hottle Radical Cure, ouo box Catharral Sol
vent and Stanford's Inhaler, all In one package,
furniiiiK a complete treatment, of all drnifu'ist lor
1 yk for Sauford's Hadlcul Cure. Potteu DliUO
.S I'HFMll'AL ().
Coldn's Voltaic tleclric Plaa
rer lustuntly affects the Nerv
oni System aud banishes
Pain. A net feet Electric Bat
tery combined with a I'orona
Plaster for Cicts. U anniht
lates i'ain, vitalizes W'euk and
Worn Out Part, strengthens
IS THE CE1T
Toed .Miircles. prevents Disease, and does mote in
i lie-hull the time than any other plaster iu tho
worm. Mold everywhere.
TORPID nnwpi c
irom these sources arise three-fourths of
tho iliseuses of tho iuiintui into. These
symptoms indiuHto their existence : I.onu of
Appetite, itoivtN costive, Slek Head,
ache, fullness alter entlnjr, nvemloii to
eisi tiou of boily or mill, I, JliucUUtou
of food, Jn lt l,illij- or temper, Law
apiilts, x -eliiis of linvliiff neglected
llcnii, otg oelore the ee, hlchly col
ored liine, i'O.VsTiIMTioa; and do-
iiiuiiu inn nsu in i. iuouy innr acts uireotiv
on the Liver. AsaLiver Tnedlolni! TCTTVS
l'l I.LS liavo no e.tial. Their uction on tho
Kidneys und skin isnNo prompt j removing
all impurities through those throe " scav
engers of the system," producing appe
tite, sound diirestion, reulnr utooU, a elenr
skin anda vigorous body. TrXT'S TILLS
cause no nausea or piping nor Interfere
with daily work and nio a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
TIE FEELS LIKE A NEW MAN.
"I huvo had Dyspepsia, with Constipn
tion.two yours, and have tried tendiu'erent
kinds of pills, and Tl'TT'S are tho flrst
that have done ma any good. They havu
cleaned mo out nicely. - My appetite Is
splendid, food ilieosta readily, and I now
navo nuiuiui y:isneres. reel iiko a new
man." V. 1). El) WARDS, ralmyra, O.
r'ulilevervwhere,S.'e Otiieo, M M'urravSt.,X.T.
TUTT'S HilR DYE.
GrtAT linn orc W'iiiskkrs changed In.
staidly to u Hhossv Black by a single ap.
nlicittinn of tills 1VE. Sold bv Druuuiatsi.
muammamBmmmmmtmammaammoaammt mim ' i in
or sent by express on receipt of 1. f
Ollice, i t .Murray Street, New York V
TUTT'S MAftiJAL OF UStFKL RECEIPTS FREF.
CATARRH' KLV2 .
Gives Relief at
euro. Not a Li
quid" or Snntr. Ap
lilit'd with finder, (iivo it a Trial-
50 Cents, at drtiiiwists.. fw cent by mall register
ed 8. nd fur eln iilar. .
KI.Y UUOTHKR3, Dru- an, Owego.N.r.
SVMMKR LAW LECl'RKSinlno weekly) begin
Ki it Julv, IsM and end 1'Uh September. Hats
proved of slirnal u-8,-lsr, to students who design
to pursue their stndlea at this or other Law School;
ti, to those who propose to read privately, and SO.
to practionvrs who have not had the advantage of
svstema'lo instruction, for circular address (P.O.
CnlTorsltyot Ya.) to Jor.n B. Minor, Prof. Com.
aud Slal.Law. tt-lm