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CAIRO, ILL, THURSDAY MORNING,
H A TT i Y
JUNE 12, 1151! 1,
A hojipy surprise it was to Mr. A. R.
Norton, of HrUiol, Conn., when AiULoi'uouod
put him on tils feet, and sent lilm cheerfully
about nlB busluefw. Lot lilm tell ula own story :
"About three wtk3 Rtfo I was t.ikn
Willi a levero crick ill the back. For four days
I u nnable tu turn lu Ik1 without help, and
when lifted up could not tand on my feet I v. uh
Induced to try Axil uoruouoii, attur ull the ukiiuI
remedies failed. In JO mlmitua alter tuklior t!m
first doae I could !ar my weight uin my f t
In two dayi I nan able to (rut about and atb n 1
to busi-i-aia In two other ra -uich liavo
come to my knowledge lu umj bun been atUi.d.d
with the aamo reault."
A poor man in 'liil.iik'l.iiii li:nl tu lr
row a dollar to buy a bottlo of Athi.o.hoi:is.
On account of his poverty IiIb name hhall p-iimUi
a secret. He had Buffered terribly from 1.1k u
UiaUbiu. He gratefully wrlles:
" I took my first doso Tuesday afti-moo'i,
and on Wednawlay, after hut seven d'eH, I Ind
uol a sharp or severe ache left Then I redim-1
tlie duae one-half aud took the remainder of tin,
bottle. I wan aide to be steady at work till t-".t.
urday, when I took a severe cold and iw uu.
able to use my li ft hand, I pur"haj-d anotbr
bottle and by bedtime I found relief. Ilia
medicine la ail you claim l,t It."
Invtutigate ATiiLoi'iKmosallyon j.k-a:!
Find all the fault you choose with it ! nii.l
ret the fact remains, that it U doinjr w l . (
1 other nietlifine ever could do lor l'.' i
imtisui and Neuralgia.
It you carjiot pet Atiilopiioho- of j o ir
fist, we will scud It express pnlil. on re. ,
regular price one dollar per bottle. Vc .
that you buy It from your dru-lst, but if
hasn't It, do not tx; persuudi d to try soim :!.l
tlae, but order at once from us aa direct, d.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., II2 WALL ST., NEW YOr.K.
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A j mil
The Emperor Iitiia Nsi-r-lo-n smoked
only tlie finit want the world ould i re
duce. Prof. Horhford nays the Kmirir
curara were n.ade ieciaily fur ti:m in Ha
Tana f rom leaf t it-aeou irrown in tilt t i-1 l''i.
Ilelt of North Carolina, this L-mir tlje liniKt
leaf (rrown. llbw-k well's Hull Imrliaii.
Hmokimr Tobacco In uiaile frtim the n.h:f
leaf ued In the Euipcmr'a awn. ik aiw
lutely pure and 1 uuqueaLuu-bly Uie best
tobacco ever offered.
Thackeray's iniu-d daughter, Anne, in
her sketch of Alfred Tennym n. in llirptr'i
Monthly, tells of her vuut to the irreat -t.
Hhe found him auiokiLic Hla kweH's
Imrhain Tobacco, sent hiin by Hon. Jan.ea
KiuueQ Iywell, American .Liurter to the
Court of Bt. J amee.
In theee day of adulteration, it i a com
fort to amokera to knou Uut the llr.ll liur
ham brand la at4uteiy urv, and made
from the leat tobaf co tlie world r.nla' en.
BUu'kweJl'i bull I'urham Hmikuu '!
bacco it the but and purest n.a l-. Ail
dealer! have It. None irenuuie without
the trade-mark of the BuIL
i mmms wmm ws1
C. W. IIEXDE11S0X
No. l'JiCorninercial Ave.,
Sole A?ent foi the Olcbratcd
Manufactarer and Dealer In
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
Builders' Hardware and ('arper.t' re' Tool . T.iVe
and Pocket fmlery, beet In the rurket. lioi.i-t
Bro.' Plated Knlven. Forks aim fnoo!i, (.rn'iite
Iron Ware. Herdu Earthenware, White .Mountain
FrceS'Ti", Wnlur Cnolers. Ki'frieraior, L'lothea
Wrlneorc Crown Fluteri". St p I. lcl"i, (larilen
Imidemunta, Coldvn Mur Oil Stoves- bcit in the
world, Lamp of every deccrii tion. E'.ain OH.
Carpet Sweeper", F- ather Diuter-. liroom. Win
dow Screen Wire Cloth, Full pnpily ol Fieh iii,'
The ahoe tt rock bottom pr!ce.
Corner I'.'lh nd Commercial Avenu?, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. Y.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Iiulo to Order.
8th St.,bot. Ohio Levee & Commercial Ave.
OAILIO. i. - IIi
KopairiDg: neatly done at short notice.
EW YORK STOKK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
The Largest Variety SIo'Ij
in Trim city.
GOODS SOLD VERYCLOSK
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Nineteenth street) Piul'f Til
ConimnrrlalAvocne' uuiu' ' 11
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CLARK80N, Agent.
No. HO Hth St., (Jiilrt), III.
CTO03d Stock and Trices Iteaaonublo, wl
NO CROW FOR GEO. WM.
Tho Eiitor of Harpor's Weokl
RefuBos to Partuko of tho
He Draws a Comparison Between the Twi
Great Parties Complimentary
A Man Too Pure for Modern Politics
How Did Ha Licape aa
St.w YoiiK, June 11. c'k i'.VA;
t )-da,v j'li'ili-lies the following' editorial,
thus selti:. at re-.t ad anxiety in the
ininds jf .ulitii:i:uis throughout the co in
try. It uiil not ii)joi t Ui.iine:
"The uoiiiliKitiou of Mr. liiaine does not
cb.ilie the view of its inexpediency that
Wu have freely evpresscd. Iir)fr,
'nj,l;l has said nothing upon this .sub
ject without careful consideration, and
the fact of the mmiiuu'ioii dues nol
change its convicliou thai Uie I-pubticaii
fainpaiyn, with the candidacy of Mr
niui u'-, must be a probing! cphuiatioii
and defense. The cauipauiu ol this yeai
will b'.- one in which the peroiialit ol
cundidates will be more vlt?orously se.ru-tiui.-cd
than eer, becaiix: tin-re 1 iio
preat .-uprt ine issue of National jx.ril m
National poiicy v. hich will ticro-s tin- at
U-ntiou of tile people, and UiU cru'iiy
Invites defeat. L'llder !)Uc!l circuin
stances, wii( n a parly appeal-, to lli
country fur a vote of eoliii Icnce, it wi.i
natar.iiiy In judged for tiierepresenti'.live
wlloin it deliberately Selects. To 111 II a t i I
country will t urn to see what the j . . r ' y
bi'iior- :iiel what iuaI:licat:o:)s it bo.N to
be e.SM.'Iiti.U fvr the highest trust. I;
would, we think, have been pos-i-bic
to l.aine a candidate wiiOe
iioiulnation vitii tiie pn-eiit fe-elin.' oi
tin- country, would have been eiiivu.t:it
to an election a can lid.ite uho would
have aroused ail the old KepuUicau til
th ushiMii, by appealing to tne desire of
pure and progressive politics, which was
til-. animating pi mciple of other Kepub
il. an cainpaijius. irUUiady the Kepu!i
lie an party was a reform party, and hav
ing ac hieved the "! a'e.-t of reforms in
emancipation, and hi an umi-nd.d Consti
tution lreed from ad taint of -davery, it is
strongest when its ouu-j; and ardent worker.-,
tue real workers of the party, feel
IL .t it Is .-till essentially a prot-r.'.-sivc
and aere-sive reform organization, and
when tiiey know that it is led in .a l'resi-d'-ntlal
year by a candidate who is in
tharai.t- r and career a true and littine;
n presi'iitative of political progress and
r. form. The fact that a caudi li,te is se
lected who is not -iicli a repre-entaUvo
jiropi rly alarms them and shakes their
laltli in tin: party. It is true that the
li- publican party is always .strong in the
weakness of the 1 leiiiocratie opp'ji
tio.i; but 'hat is a negative strength.
The Democratic party really stand for
nothing but opposition, and a repulsive
tradition, the endeavor to Identify It
with any J.-ll:iite policy except that w.'iich
ia knewu as
" g r. s k n A i. c t ' s s ti i n i : - s "
fails, Ua that Is not an ar-umeut which
can elect a President. The liomluadou
of Mr. Blaine, although it is dou'nles.s
agreeable to the majority of the party, a
show.i at Chicago : because a lai'.'e part
of the apparent optu.-itiun, as in the In
diana aud Illinois, and even in the Ohio
delegations, was frieudly to his nomina
tion, ought to teach K-'publicaiis as show
l:e' how dangerously far the Kepublican
standard has fallen. 'J he nominations at
Chicago, made against the must friendly
Kepubiieau remonstrance, have forced
upon Kepubilcans the conviction that tho
great objects of tlie Kepublican party,
honest and economical administration,
peaceful and honorable foreign relations,
the progressive publication of the public
j-ervicc at home, a w ise reduction of the
revenue and that sense of general security
which springs from tlie moral elevation
of the administration, are uot to be ex
pected from Iti'publicau success.
TO THIS ST.W'KMKNT
it was his reply that less is to be ex
pected from the Democrats. Those who
have ari 'Used the deep and general pro
test of the Kepubiieau conscience lnu-t
bear the responsibility of tho result.
Fidelity to Kepubiieau principle requires
indifference to present Kepublican suc
cess, and ll.tri'ir's ll'i (;, which more
than once has not hesitated in the inter
est of public morality, and of party
purilioation to oppose other Kepubli
can nominations, can not sustain tlie
significant o:ie against which it has so
earnestly protested, and which is a prac
tical abdication of Kepubiieau character
and purpose. The sad and kindly face
of Lincoln's portrait, w hich hung iu tlie
hall, seemed U watch the proceedings of
the Convention with an air of earnest so
licitude and appreheu.-iou, and it had dis
appeared from its place before the nom
ination was made.
ON SV.S1MC ION.
A South Bend (Ind.l Man Arrested for
Murderinr His Wife.
In1'I:i'J-:mi:nck, Mo., June 11. On
Tuesday, June 3, tlie body of a woman
was taken from the Missouri Kivcr near
this city. The.ro was no clew to tho
identity of tlie floater, and the body
was buried ou tho river bank. Yester
day evening two gentlemen arrived here
iu search of a missing woman. Tho body
was exhumed and ideutilied by them as
the body of Llla llarten who started
to Kmporia, Kas., with her husband In
the middle of May from their home in
South Jiend, ind. The husband has been
arrested at Kmporia on suspicion of hav
ing caused her death. The body will bo
shipped to-day to South Bend.
OKT TlIKIll DIPLOMAS.
Anniversary Exercises at Montlcello
Semiuary--The Graduating- Class.
Alton, Iu.., June 11. Tho anniversary
exercises of Monticello Seminary wcro
held ul Godfrey, yesterday. The follow
ing young ladies comprise the graduating
class: Mary A. Wadlclgli, liniiington,
la.t Kmina M. Keller, St. Louis, Mo.;
Julia Myers, Water Valley, Mississippi;
Jessie Needles, Nashville, Illinois; Klin
N. Fietcher, Alton, III.; M iry K. Ground,
Kdwardsville, 111.; Mary Kills,
Carrollton, III.; Miriam Kellogg, Car
thage, III.; Minnie Kcyrmldgj Howling
Green, Mn j MyrtV Taliaferro, Rose.
llle, 111.; Maude M. Giahaui, 0iuavka,
The class poem written, by Mlas Eiutnji
G. Allien of the seminary, was reatl by
Miss.Iessu Needles. A tribute to Ucv.
A. T. Norton, I). I)., who was for thirty
six years tlie honored trustee of the sem
inary, and who died hero Homo few
weeks ai,'o, w is read by MUs Klla Fletch
er. Tlie diplomas were conferred by
itev. Ur. 1W.
DKA'J II TO TltlCi'.S.
Queer Little Ina icts That are Doinr
Great Dain iBe in Illinois.
Siiii.iivvii.i.i:, lu.., June 11. Tho
leaves and branches of the maple trees in
this city mill vicinity present a remarka
ble uppearaucc. They are covered al
most completely with what on first sight
appears to be a sort of fungus, but which
on a closer examination proves to be a
living in.-eet. The auiuials have a pecu
liar attiaiifoii for bees which swariu
around them incessantly. The pests
have not visited this section before in
years. Tlie trees upon which they fasten
themselves, die iu a few days.
1 INK ( ATI IS MIS-SOCKI.
The Southwent Missouri Short-Horn
Breeders' Association in Session.
S.ui.'omk, Mo., June 11, The South-we.-t
.Missouri Short-horn Association,
including JasptT, Lawrence and Newton
Counties, met here yesterday and will
make this place tlc ir future headquar
ters, a hirc number of representative
short-h'Tu br lefs were In attendance.
They mljourni il to meet here on the Hth
of .Vncm'ier, when the Troy County Coll
and Call Fair will be held. Several cat
loads of Kentucky tliorouiihbreds will be
imj oit.'d and sold here during the com
Pleased With tho Tinkat.
Mmi-iiau., Mn., June 11. The Kepub
iicans ,,f ti,;s city hel l a ratilicatioit
meeting at the Cmirt-house la-t night,
which was addr-e l by a number of
prominent speakers. The action of tho
Chicago Convention was thoroughly dis-ims-i;t,
and all wen- well pleased with
ticket. Cautions were lired, and boulires
built ou each corner of the square.
The Great Prosilyto Gone Abroad.
Nkw Voi:k, June 11. Peru Hyacinthe
sailed for Liverpool in the Kothuia this
li'iWIli ,V l''l., AS-ilrs AND I.IAlill.llIKS.
The schedule of liog.irt & Co., who
tiled to-day, shows the debts to bo -',10V
!i!'7. The nominal as-ets are 81, 11:5,4115,
actual assets including securities pledged
for loans, '.'T,is.il.
Fli 3I WAS ! 1 1 N'GTOX .
No More Assessments.
Wasiiivotov, li. C, June 11.
The llou-e Committee ou Appropria
tions to-day adopted a clause to be sub
mitted to the llou-e ns amendment to
the gcueral ileiic'u n;.y appropriation bill
forbidding members of Congress, dele
gates, or members or delegates elect,
clerks, or employes of any grade, or Gov
nieiit contractors to contribute money
for campaign purposes, making the pen
alty for :ich oi'ftnse j,0u0 or iinpri.sou
ine'nt three years, or both. The Demo
cratic members say the amendment will
readily pass the House, and if the Seu-a'-
refuse-, to pass it the Kepublieans w!l
thereby prove their in-luctrity iu the sup
I ort of civil service reform.
Washington:, 1), C, June 11, The
Springer Coinilttee has deferred until
1'rid ly the examination of Merrick, coun
sel iu the Star-route cases.
i Oil V V - t U 1 IT 1 1 CON till KS.
Wasiiinv, ton", D. C, June 11. Sena
tor Sew ell presented a resolution of tlie
New Jersey Legislature iu favor of the
improvement of New York Day at Sandy
Senator Shenuau reports favorably the
House bid authorizing the National Acad
emy of Science to receive aud hold trust
funds for the promotion of science aud
other purposes. Passed.
Senator Dawes offered a resolution,
which w as adopted, instructing the Com
mittee on Indian Affairs to investigate
during the recess tho condition of the
several tribes in the Indian Territory
and the tenure by which lands iu the sev
eral reservations are held, the need of
legislation in respect thereto, etc.
Senator Yorhees' resolution, offered
yesterday, directing tho Secretary of tho
interior to furnish information as to con
tracts lor supplying beef cattle to Indians,
w as taken up.
Senator Yorhees said he had the best of
reason for believing the inquiry would bo
ot use to the public service.
Senator Sherman objected to the pas
sage of such a dj-ag-uet as was this reso
lution without some speclilc accusation
Senator Yorhees said he had no suspi
cion of improprieties ou tho part of the
Secretary of the Interioror Commissioner
of Indian Affairs, but his purpose was to
a-certaln the truth of reports that a
wrong had been committed by grazing
cattle in the Indian Territory, and prom
ised that if the resolution went over for a
week ho would either make a specific
charge or withdraw the resolution. Its
consideration was accordingly postponed
for one week.
At one o'clock the Senate went into se
cret session on tho Consular and diplo
matic bill, the pending question being au
amendment appropriating a quarter of a
million dollars to carry out the provisions
of the neutrality act.
tin motion of Mr. Dorshelmer the Sen
ate bill extending tho terms of the act ol
August 8, 1882, to encourage atid pro
mote telegraphic communication between
tho Uulled Slates and Europo to August
8, 1880, was taken up and passed.
Other business was pushed aside and
at 11 :-U the House went Into committee
of tho whole on the river and harbor
bill. Various amendments were offered
Mr. II-lnmn made a point of order
ngaiusttho Hennepin Canal clause, claim
lug that It should have been reported
from tlie Commliteo on Hallways and
Mr. Stone replied that tho message ol
the President and other papers lu refer
ence tu It bad been referred to this com.
inltlee and IU jurisdiction wo thfcrebj
GOING TO THE BOTTOM.
A. Largo Tract of Land Abovo a
Coal Mino Sinking To a
Houses Toppled Over and Demolished,
and the Bottoms Falling Out
The Terrifi ' Inhabitants Forced to Aban
don Their Homes What Will
the End Be ?
Wii.KKsijAiniK, Pa., June U. The great
est excitement prevails lu the vicinity of
number four colliery of the Delaware,
Lackawanna & Western Railroad, situat
ed at Poke Hollow, causod by tho sink
ing of the earth's surface there yesterday,
an 1 a further drop this morning. The
people are terror-stricken, aud are aban
doning their houses as quickly as possi
ble. This morning while the miners were
at breakfast they were startled by a loud
report and the shaking of the ground as
if by an earthquake. Immediately tho
foundations of the houses began
to crumble away, aud the dwel
lings themselves turned over,
causing the Inmates to rush
precipitately from their homes ami seek
placed of safety. For over a distance of
trt-o miles every dwelling house situated
above the treacherous ground is liable to
fall into the mine, six hundred feet be
low. The bottoms of the wells dropped
out, and tho place is threateued with
water famine. Fortunately, no lives were
lost, but many were injured.
Canada's Famous Weather Prophet Suc
cumbs to Rheumatism.
Mumi'.kai., Cana., June 11. Henry G.
Yentior, the weather prophet, died y ester
day of rheumatism, aged forty-three. Ho
was born in this city in 1 841, aud received
a thorough education iu natural science.
In !i:5 he was appointed assistant to
Sir Wil.Iam K. Logan, Director of the
Geological Commission of Canada. In
170 he was elected Fellow of the
Hoyal Geological Society of England.
In lsSO Mr. Yennor resigned the geologi
cal commission aud acted as cousultlug
geologist and mine inspector and pub
lished Yennor's Monthly Bulletin. His
celebrity as a prognosticator of the
weather dates back from the autumn of
lsTo, when he predicted a greeu Christ
mas and a muddy New Year In Canada.
His prediction proved correct, and he
found himself famous. lie maintained
that approaching weather may be fore
told by such simple points or features as
the dryness or humidity of previous sea
sons, extictnes of heat or cold, general
direction of winds, car.'iuess or lateness
of spring aud autumn, conditions of mid
summer, (Irst appearauce and degree of in
tensity of frost, tho number of thunder
storms and unusual meteoric displays.
Ho began to collect birds In lSGO. In
lsG3 he made a collection ou Lake Huron,
which was afterwaid presented to Queen's
College, Kingston. The collection of
birds of prey is one of the most com
plete on the American continent, each
bird being represented iu all its stages of
plumage. "Uur Birds of Prey" was pub
lished iu 18715.
BASK HALL BREVITIES
Score of Games Played on Tuesday
Boston, Mass. Bostons, 3; Provi
deuces, 1 .
Philadelphia, Pa. New Yorks, 10;
Philadelphia.-., (J Athletics, 3; Colum
Washington, D. C Toledos, 7; Va.sh
Chicago, 111. Chicagos, 2; Cleveland,
New York. Metropolitans, 8; Louis
Brooklyn, N. Y. Ciucinnatis, 8; Brook
St. Paul, Minn. Quincys, 5; St.
Peoria, III. Peorias, 8; Milwau
Kansas City, Mo. Chicago Unions, 10;
Kansas Citys, 3.
Baltimore, Md. Baltinures, 13; Iu
Trenton, N. J. Virginas, 10; Treu
Evausvillc, Ind. Evausvilles, 8; Chi
cago Keserves, 5.
Stillwater, Minn. Minneapolis, 8;
Still waters, 7.
East Saginaw, Mich. Saginaws, 0;
Grand Hapids, 4.
Bay City, Mich. Bay Citys, 3; Port
Kock Island, III., June 11. The nu
nual meeting of the stockholders of tho
llock Island & Peoria Railroad, occurred
here last evening. Messrs. K. li. Cable, C.
Lyude and II. II. Ludlow were elected as
directors, while P. L. Cable, II. II. Por
ter, V. 11. Decker, and David Dows hold
over. Tho following olllcers were elect
ed: President, P. L." Cable; Vicc-rrci-dent,
K. li. Cable; Secretary, C. Lyude;
Treasurer, II. B. Ludlow.
A Blaiuo aud Logan club is to bo
formed this week.
Once Sentenoed to Hang In Missouri
In Trouble Again.
McLkakmiouo, In.., Juuo 11. W. T.
Sharp was arrested and taken to Spring
Held last night ou a chargo of selling
whisky without a license. Sharp, though
of a rcspectablo family, Is an old timer.
Ho has served one term lu prison foi
larceny, and was onco sentei-ved to bo
hanged In Missouri lor murder, but es
caped the gallows In some way, through
the Supreme Court.
Entertoininff the "Riflas."
Davknpoht, Ja., Juno 11. The city
Is greatly excited to-day over the np
pcaxanco ol tho National Hi flea ol
Washlugton, 1). C. Tho visitors arrived
on, a Burllagtou special train at 7:30
this horning. A sal ate (rom a section ol
morning was spent iu visltlug Govern
This afternoon a granl parade oc
curred, participated lu by most ot the
societies of tho city, ami a grand ball
and reception will be given the Itltles
TILDEN AND THE TAIUFF.
The Washington Post Raads Randall a
Lecture The Retort.
Wasiiixiho.v, D. C. June 11. The
"W this morning under the caption ol
"A Necessary Statement," charged Rep
resentative Sam Randall with furnishing
all the rumors of Tllden's candidacy, and
that Tllden's name was being used by the
"Democratic Protectionist bolters to Im
pede any orgam.ed movement to nomi
nate a revenue reformer at Chicago."
Mr. llaudall was Interviewed to-day
and said: "The fact Is, I have not per
mitted myself to bo Interviewed by
miybody for publication, nor have 1
talked but with a few ou the subject
referred to only to give my own opin
ions ami wish. Tho conversations I had
with Tilden were to Induce him to ac
cept. 1 did this because I believe him
the strongest candidate the Democrats
Do you thluk Tilden will accept?
"I am not preared to say. In fact, I
don't know what Tilden concluded to
do; but Iaiuconlldentwe will know very
soon. I think Tilden will speedily let
tho couutry know what his Intentions
Cremated in a Hay Loft.
CiiiOACo, Iu.., June 11. This morning
about 2:30 o'clock some one entered a
barn at the comer of Center avenue and
Taylor street aud set the hay on fire with
a caudle. In au instant the whole build
ing was burning so fiercely that the flames
could not be extinguished before two
men sleeping iu the barn were burned to
death. Fred Usdcll, au expressman,
about llfty years of age, was one; the oth
er's name is not yet known. Usdell has
a family. A horse was also burned. The
two bodies were taken to the morgue.
Hibernians in Convention.
CoNXEi.i.svii.i.i:, Pa., June 11. The
State Convention of tlie Ancient Order of
Hibernians convened this afternoon,
Sixty-one divisions arc represented. The
State membership Is sixty thousand. Iho
Convention will last two or three days.
Fire Brick Works Destroyed.
Troy, N. Y., June 11. The Are brick
works ol James Ostrander & Son, were
destroyed by lire this mornlug. Loss on
building and stock $ 10,000.
Stocks declined on tho New York Board
yesterday from one-half to two per cent.
Cashier Hall of the CitUens1 Bank,
Wilmington, Del., is reported a defaulter.
Hon. G. W. Cassidy was nominated by
acclamation lor re-election to Congress
Gladstone stated In the House of Com
mons that Turkey would occupy certain
Red Sea ports.
The American Society of Civil Engi
neers convened at Buffalo with 400 dele
gates in attendance.
Terrific cloud bursts are reported along
tue central Pacific tioad, aud great dam
age by washouts.
England will send a mission to Acheen
to undertake negotiations In case Holland
restores freedom of trade.
The Giant Towder Company's Maga
zine near Denver exploded with terrible
force. No lives lost.
Lord Ampthin, British Ambassador,
interviewed Bismarck regarding the pro
posed Egyptian Conference.
A. C. Carricre & Sons, private bankers
and merchants at New Orle-ana, hare de
ckled to go into liquidation.
The international bench show opened
at Chicago with about 300 dogs present,
Including one valued at $15,000.
Coal miners of three pools in Pennsyl
vania have decided to strike if their de
mands are not acceded to by the 16th lust.
Reports have reached Cairo that the
rebels massacred Hussein Pasha, Ifalifa,
commander at Berber, and many others.
Railroad bridges were washed away at
El Paso and at Yuma on the Southern
I'acltlc route. The floods are still raging-Anderson
Wiley, a prominent farmer
and stock dealer, was killed by falling
from an Illinois Central train at Colfax,
General Solicitor John C. Brcnvn of the
Gould system denies the report that a re
ceiver is to be appointed for the Texas &
Pad lie lload.
Baron Nordcnskjold, the Swedish ex
plorer, will seek subscriptions in London
to meet the expenses of an expedition to
the South pole.
The report that the Burlington & Mis
souri River Road Is to withdraw from the
Transcontinental pool Is denied by Gen
eral Manager Potter.
The case of Judge Advocate-General
Swaim has been adversely reported upon
by the Court of Inquiry, and a court-martial
trial has been ordered.
The House Committee on Elections
have agreed to unseat Morey, Republi
can, from the Seventh Ohio district In fa
vor of Campbell, contestant.
General Gordou's sister refuses money
for the relief of her brother, and declares
It devolves upon the Government to res
cue him, as ho Is a British officer.
Tilden G. Abbott, the defaulting cashier
of the Watortown (Mass.) Bank, who
was arrested lu Missouri, was sentenced
to eight years In the Penitentiary.
A large delegation of leading business
men from Memphis arc visiting Kansas
City. They went by special train over
the new line between the two cities.
John and Charles Kenuedy, laborers, of
Louisville, Ky., have fallen heir to $2,.
000,000 left them by an uucle, who sud
denly left that city thirty yeaw ago and
was uot hoard of until Ills death In Aus
tralia. Slgnor Mmclnl, Italian Minister ol
Foreign Affairs, sard In the House ol
Deputies he did not think Italians
wito treated fairly in America, and at
variance w 1th tho treaty bctwten the two
A tariff reform league was organized la
New York, with W. B. Anderson, of Roch
ester University, as President. Among
tho Vice-Presidents are Henry Ward
Beocner, George William Curtis aud ex
The King and Queen ot tho Netherlands,
Crown Prince ol Germany and Bismarck
aro fo sojourn at Kisseiin. These
movements ao assocUUd with acgotla
tlon relating to laoccsstoato the tbroae
rt Uoilaud In the a not oi the floath ol
tho ftlfiwfjaofi . i
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbaao. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
for Throat, Nnelllng-a. Mprttlnrt, llrallti,
lluriin. MraMrt. front Httra.
inn am, maw khiiii.i rms imi hues.
Bwld t- DrugfLli in,! healer evf-rTwbei-e. Flft Ceuu a tottl.
Iflrtt'l'iai Id II LftQguftipM.
TIIRCIIAKI.ES A. VOCiH.f HC'O.
(-WMMMri w i, VUGILJ.H O) 1 B.lllMort, MlL, C. B. A.
AND BLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
"Kidney-Wort la tba moat aucaetiaful remedy
I ever used," Dr. P. o. BaJlou, UoxUr.ton.Vt.
"Kidney-Wort la alwaya reliable."
Dr. B. N. Clark, So. Hero, Vt.
"Kidney-Wort baa cured my wife after two yeej-a
uiferuig." Sr. C. M. Summerlin, Bun BiU, Oa.
IN THOUSANDS OF CASES
It haa cured where all else had tailed. It la mild,
but efficient, CERTAIN IS ITS ACTION, but
harmless In all casoa.
I Vlt eleanaca the Blood and Strengthene and
tvea Mew Life to all the important organs of
the body. The natural action of tho Kidneyi is
restored. The Liver la oleanaed of all disease,
and tho Bowels move freely and healthfully.
In this way the worat diaeaacs are eradioated
from tho ayatom. g
prick, ftoo uqno oa det, bold bt dbcqcwts.
Cry can be aont by mail.
VTELLfl, EK IIK80XACO.BnrlliirtoiiVt,
Who waut glossy, luxuriant
and wavy tn-sses of abundant,
beautiful Hair must nse
LYON'S KATJIAIRON. This
elegant, cheap article always
makes tho Hair grow freely
and fust, beeps It from falling
out, arrests and cures gray
ness. removes dandruff ami
itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Beau
tit'ul, healthy Hair is the sure
result of using Kathah'on.
Fortify tho System.
All who have experienced and wltueed the
effect of lloatotter's Hiomacli Hitlers upon the
weak, broken dowD.deapondingvlcllmsofdyapop.
ala, liver comp'alut, fever aud aeuo, rhoumntlpin,
nervona debllltr, or permature decay, know that
In t hlt supreme Ionic and alterative there txiata a
pperlilc principle wulch .eachee tho very source of
the trouble, and effects an absolute and permanent
For rale by all druRlsts and doalen tenor ally.
TM twtmu n1ajtafi
ftbaolBlely th be$t ercr
Duuto, combining tho
virtno nf hoi with
nitnl hatlaiamd anil aw.
tracts. Its power la wonderful In coring; diseases where
uu,-r .h.ij relieve, -Tiea lu trie Back and
Neck, Pain in the Side or Llmba, Still Joints and Muscle.
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I.. 7 9 U( i,"K,a ooro (.nest,
Affections of tho Heart and Liver, and all pains or aches
v-u.vtu-iu uwMuiiijr uj tae uvprtatttr isr Try
a ta-a mmm I It Prina K A.n,. V - ..
-- - - wUra v. uto mr si.-
Mailed oa receipt of prion. Bold by
alt druk-KlBU and country storo.
hop Plater Cbmpanr, I
rroprietors, Boston, Mass.
t WKor constipation, loss of appetite and il-wata'sof th
lowe-lstake Ilawley'a Stomach and Mrcr Pill-. arK-nt.'
OTKI. WTKKNTHK.NK.i" frc la an inrn
at run iu
i.sIht. in r..l.ly t.
h MoevnTt-nco ol p
DuatH)iit7h'Tsr ffa the contrary, the tdv.iiti ni.ro
inr.e we w
vt'-rnmnlr liulurwi. iMnir-nioii iKTsims nia?
muled circular. gnmaTTIiarl .icularii j ad lri'-inf
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