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A Household Article fur Universal
L ' -w tor Scarlet and
1 Eradicatea T",.ho,,
I Diphtheria, Hall-
I MALARIA. er"td
sro Throat, Humll
KSSSSSSSSSSSSSSmi ' Measles, and
all Contagious Diseases. I'erunn waiting on
tin Sick tkuuld uas M fretly Kcarlet Fever li
MVer Wa known to tprrail where th Fluid Wat
iacd Yellow Paver hat been mrtd With it after
black vomit had Ukain place, lb wont
Oua uf biijritrieri yield to it.
out nfreabed and ! and
Ued Korea urefent- MTTIMJ of HmafJ
d br batljin with .ol I'KKVKNTEI)
Darby fluid . ,
Impure Air" malc A """"' ' my -rurralcat
mid pinifird. 1 ' " ')" .""h1
for Hore Throat it it V'- 1
uw cure. I 'lu,1 ; '' patiem
Contagion (Wlroytd. : uut delirious, was nut
Jfor tfrosUxl K..t, i K"l?Jl "d ,5oul
Chilblains, PWea,, .h'om again In three
th-Anga, !. , ""J''' ",be"
Hhwimauim iurrd ' " w: "
rlort WhlteComi.les- 1 ,NVJ'' P'uUdclpliia.
lona wcured by iuu.
Hhlu frrcr prevented.
Tu purify tlx Ureal h,
Cleanse tne Teeth,
It eaa't b mrpuwd
Catarrh relieved and
Hurns relieved iuttuiuly.
Israelite; y cured.
Wounds heaieil rapidly.
An Antidote for AnlmM
or Vegetable 1'oianiit,
I uveil the Fluid during
riurpievcnt aflliuwu with
Starlet Fever with le
tided advantage. t it
biditpen:.Me . the lb It.
era. WV K. Sand
flu, Ryne, Ala.
The phyticiani here
ue iNrbya fluid rery
tucceofully in the treat
ruent of Diphtheria.
A St'ji.i.nwi k
Tetter dried up.
( Imlera prevented
fleers purified and
In ruse of Death it
should bo ud about
the corn it wili
prevent any unpleas
The eminent l'hjr.
I alcliiri. .1 . M AICION
I SI. MS, M. I)., New
I York, uys: " 1 am
I C'.nvim ed I'rf Iai-by
i Proplivlartic Huid it a
I valuable ditirifeilant,"
anderbilt t'nlrernlty, Nashville, Teiin.
I tettify to the mmt eacellent ualnii-i of FW
I'arbyt Propliylai tic Fluid. A a disinfectant and
determent it iv both tbeoretiialty and practically
superior to any preparation with wbuh I am ..
ijuainled N. T. Unun, J'j.jf. Ch'in.my.
Darbjn Kluld U iWoimnemled by
Hun. Alrxaniikn H. Juki-hhc, ol triaj
kev. Chas F. 1jmi, V I)., Church of (lie
Straiten, N. Y.;
J"-1 aO'NTi, Columbia, I'r.f , I'nivertity.S.C.
Kev. A. J ItAriLR, Pr'f , M.i. er l.'uiv rity
Kev. F. I iukch, Hikh'.p.M F. Church,
IMtlsl-KNS.tlil.F: TO r.YV.HY IIOMK.
FerKtly barink I'wl internally or
riterruliy t.r Man or hrau.
'Hir Fluid bat Imji thoroughly trled, and e
have ab-m-unt evi.len. e that it lu done ever tiling
here tlimrd h r tullcr information grt of youi
Lirm-iit a parnphlit fir tend to the proprietor!,
J. H. ZHM.V A CO.,
Manofacmrin Cneiimu. fHII.Al'F.LHHIA.
QKOlMiK II. LEACH, M D.
PHYSICIAN tfe SURGEON.
tipecUl atU'i:tlon paid to the II mei palhlc treat
mint nf iuri(ical dioi a, and dlaeant-s uf wumeu
and fbl dri'D.
OK ICE On 14ib (truel, oitcint' the Vutl
o(tlr', Cairo. Ill
JjH. J. E. BTKOXG,
128 Cttinnicrcial Ave, Cairo, III.
VAI'Olt. EI.ECTKO VAI'OH asu MKDICATUU
A lady In attiMio'aiica.
JH W. C. JOCKLVN,
D K NT18T.
OKKK'K Blehlb Htrel nrvrnut rre' A'ib
R. E W. WHITI.OCK,
Ornoi No. 138 Uoramerctnl Avunna. httw 'eti
Ket'j acd Nlt.tb .Htraeta
ftbop on Halllday Arunun, bulweun ottrtb and
blxtb atn eta, Cairo, lllluuli.
niJr-AII kind" ol Uitht and licavy tilnckamlthlnp,
Waon and carriage work douw In the mort work
maollku mautitir. Ilcime-chuelun a upecialty tad
Vft wilt pt? th abtivf frwtrd for inf rM nf Urt CompUlol
OytfwfHift, ftlrk Mt-nUaih. IntlljftiUoi, CooilfUon or Ctlvnm,
iAimul curt wlUi Wtit'i VktikIiI Llvwr I'tlU, wbn lh dirt..
lloBitrt ilrlclljr toniyillad wltb. Thpy art purtly wgiublt, ut
Btvif full to rlrt ulttf('itn, 8ner l'ci(.i, .,, Uutt, i-on
Ulntni 10 fllli ft eDti. Kr ! hy all druitiltH, Bwti uf
tunUrfiiu td liulutt-wi. Tli (ftmlti nitonfucliirni only hr
i()HN C, WtST CO., H1 A M W. lltdUon Hi., Chki
Im iruU i4t muL by iubII prtpkij un rt.viit at U Mut lUuup
Health is Wealth!
1)B K. (!. WehT'B NltllVK AND JlllAIN TllKAT.
Minr a BnamitUMxl BimoiUn for llyMirin, Diui.
DmW P,,,Ht rt in ctiubotUiy Hip ivk.
ofa 10I .I0. UibBomt. Wiikufu mm, MimUl Do
Kftantngot the Drain wul Mn in n
.'.I u,Imui in niiwiry. ilociiy and t'cntli,
1-renmttir. Old Aa, HHrrontteaa, Uaa
aliuaa or nvfr-imluUrwioe. Each lx contnllil
lorlAW,ientbyniail iimiiil'n rwoniptof tirioe.
WM Ul'AHANTKK MIX IlOKH
To euro any oaae. With anch urtlr iwl by
for tlx Imafla, atioompanied with fM w" w"'
andthopuroliBitprour writUffl WHntW to wj
fund Ua money if the trwttniontduenuotanuct
aoura. tiuarautaea iatuwluuUby
HARRY W. SOIIUII,
Drnltf Cor. Oommrotai t. 18lh it., Cairo,
1 L-JJ ... J. J 1 J ! JJ
POLITICAL AND GENERAL
Ra Iroads and Other Monopo
lists Attacked by the
vention. A Long List of Fourth of July KihV
Ingi and Casualties Th
New York Duelists Anx
ious for the Fray
Misoellaneousa CiiiCA'io, July 5. Mule proerosa wai
made tiiia morning at tbc natlounl coufi r
ence of antl-inuuoiolUta. Tim pi ucuuiJitigN
wer marked by good ordi-r, all jiresfnt
belnfj Tnwx nlzed as delS'iei. Th coin-niitf-e
on resolution! wax uot remlv to
report, huiI the Interim wan flllod with
i)efhes on the adviwtblliir of orsnlzltiR a
new party, and .tio Und It nhntild lake on
the tariff. Letters of fncourat'eincnt from
the anti ni'iiiopoly bodlea of (treijori and
New Jersey were read to tho convention,
1'xpoiinini; the oliJi-cU for which the UNseiu
hl;nc h.id been tailed. Mr. ftrand, a dele.
fSin from i'hraka, while in favor of free
trade, wai. willing to put the Uiie nlilo
prmlili'd ttie platform conteniplutej the
tuppit'ioii of ull kinds of monopoly, ami
particularly railroad inonopiy. Jnniel
Crocker of Iowa characterized the prearnt
tariff aalem an a scheme of robliery, and bo
averted that the delegates from hi atuto
wi re not pmaen:io keep uttict ol ijucktiona
hicb involved the rob(ery of tho former
claa. Mr. Wolff of New York urged tho
mnveiitiun to confine luelf to the qiiotbui
of antl-motioply, ind uot to attempt
lo organize a iiew party until it had a mil
lion rotes at In buck. Mr. I.aiuli of
Ka ai said the convtoxion had "-n
called to orpanlre a new party,
and It was bound to abide bj this resolve.
Kansas bad the nucleus ready for a new
party. Win. Dodge of the District of
Columbia made a speech at the railroad
companies of the txumtry. elaimln? they
had roblxd people of two hundred million
of arren of the public domain.
Ei-Conicreaaman De La Matyr, of In
diana, dlaouaaod tbe greenback rjueitiou
and stated that In bis belief the cnu
try was ripe for the nrgaaizalion of a new
party directed against nvennprfe. He de.
elarod that In a nation where the average
salary nf the working penale was (Kit) a year
and another ctaas h4 Incomes ranrtng tVoin
1100,00 to $0,0u0,000 aunually, there
every proepect of revohitlon. Rev. K. He
her, Newton and A. II. J. Dugaime of New
Tork, were admitted a delegates.
tVralb ! Three Eoilaevt Ilwluea.
Erik, Pa., Jaly 5. Albert Kubn, nhllo
riding on a street car yesterday afttrnoou,
recklessly fired a pistol from the window
and Instantly killed Miss Mary Stciuer.
Frank Kuhn, Albert's brother, coaimitted
suicide at night. .
Two brother named Kuhn, clerk in '
tore,, wore riding in a street cur, both Lietn
lutox cated. The younger. Albert, fired a
revolver out of tho window, and a little
girt, nine years old, named Mclner, play
ing on the sidewalk in front of her parents'
residence, was shot through the heart. Af
ter Albort was placed in the police station
hit brother Frank went into the cell and had
a long talk with the murderer, but nothing
Is known of the conversation. Leaving
Albert be went over on the Weal Side tosoo
a young lady who was enguged to txi mar
ried to hi in. She. was vlHltiiag hta sister-in-law
and he bade them good-hye, ahaklng
hands with both ladies and saying they
would never see, him again. He was exci
ted, laid his brother bad couimlUed an
awful tlced and lie was go tig to
HAS (i HIMSKI.r.
Both tbe ladles supposed he was Joking,
and Mi ibter-lo-law offered to lend him a
rope. An hour afterward be wa found In
the basement of the store where he clertod,
hanging to beam ad dead. Another bro
ther, George, took a hone and buggy to
drive into the country to tall hi father of
the double tragedy, Tbe night was dark
lad he drove off an embankment, wrecking
the carriage and narrov ly racapliig, The
child shot was distantly related to the mur
derer, and It is supposed he fired the re
volver merely to frighten her. He claims
he thought it was loaded with blank cart
ridges. Frank was greatly excited over the
shooting, and being under the tafluenw of
drink, and thinking his brother would he
convicted and hung, It is supposed his mind
became unbalauced and he hung himself
while In that state of tulnd. Both coroners'
Juries have adjourned to subpoena addition
A Healed 4'ontrTfiray Between Emi
Chicago, July 5. -Bishop McLaren, of
the KpUcopal diocese of Chicago, ha ad
drcMncd a letter to the parish of the Church
of the A cen-lou, In this city, presided
ot r by Itev. Arthur Rltchlo, in in iwer to
one stout him a week ago. The controversy
had arisen over tho high ritual observed by
the pastor of tho A.tvnHlmi, and which ap
parently Induced the bishop nt a lute (Hopes
an oonveution to miiimineo his views
iipoti tlie mutter. k,.v.
Uilchlo leei'iiily tendered Ills
resignation uud a letter from the parUh. to
tho bishop urged III in not to uceetu It.nndln
addition pi'iicreiled to dlictis tho (jiii'iimi
nf l it vi I . The lilNlmp rcxpiitnliM! in u mild
tune Htitl I'KprcHses iiffci:tli)imti nulii'I t ndt for
liutl) thn pantor and the purlMli, but iim.orth
that tho order of Kolemn iiiiiks, when
there Is no coininuuloii of the people, us
printed iiiul ibed ut tlio Oiui . :li uf the A
ceiihioii, is not Hid older fort lie- atliiiinlHttti
tlmt of the Lord's supuer or the holy coin,
liiuninn. as set forth in the book nt coin
imm prayer, It Is doetrtintlly ami llturgl
cally a tllftireiil service, says the bishop,
and no priest, Kotnaii, Greek
or Anglican save Mr. Kllcliln cel
ebrates thn oiie.lmi'lNt by menus of such an
uflko, Tuu bishop itNMcrts ho has no prcjti
dice against s lawful ritual of an ornate
churitctor, nnd hus no sympathy with that
kind of control which seeks to regulate
every detail of n vlnrvymim'a work, bill ho
cannot tntike n uotnpromliicw ltli law-bleak-lug,
which Is npparently tho chsu In this
It is thought thu controversy will result
In au alfnipt to reform the now church,
bservlng an cxlrewe ritual.
PAIRO. iLLlNOlg, FRIDAY
TIM U4U tovieiticltosa.
Washinotom, Jtiry 5. It would seem
that tbe Inveitlgattoit f the supsrrlslBg
archltect'i offlo bam assumed a more
serious form tkau expeotod by the dofeose,
Enoch TnOeu, appoarod m counsel for
Hill in addition to Thomas who defends
both Hill and Burtlou A Hubblus. Col' -man
Introduced a copy of a letter d ii.-d
January 19. 1877, from Hill to Superin
tendent Ouksbott, enclosing for certitlcatioa
vouchers for extra Iron work on the New
York post office- building, amounting te
J. M. Wilbur was recalled. He bad
placed Illuminated tiling In the New York
poitoffloc, aud wiu faaiiltar with tbe work
perfurmed by Batlelt, Rabbins A Co. Two
uaohltilstawere euploved for one half a day
in refilling Use tiling, but tbe bill charged
twenty-nine aad a eaarter day's work,
Coleman read rota Superintendent Oak
shott's report the recommendation that tbe
above raeaUoaed bill be dkallowed because
tbe same work was charged for la another
Toucher as a separate item.
Ail papers eonaeotad wHh tbe oon it mo
tion of Uio heatlag apparatus In tbe Chicago
postofflce were thou aaUed for by Coleman.
Totten replied with aa argument attack
ing the hiaulHclency ot the sixth charge
relating the beating apparatus, to which
Coleman rejoined at some length.
Chairman New criticised tbe prosecution
for their (allure to prepare tho case before
tbe scanlou of the commission.
Coleman replied that the defense held all
Totten said taat Dixon of tbe Dix Island
Granite company would like to be herd In
aimwerto retli-ctionK made upon that com
pany't coniiectiou with tbe Philadelphia
granite contracts, and the commissioner
agreed to bear tho gentlemen on July 13th.
Jame P. Low of the supervising
architect's office told how plans
for tbe heating apparatus were prepared by
pcraotis not iu the government employ. In
answer to sn inquiry from the chair Cole
man said be believed the prosecution could
close the ease next week. Thomas said tbe
defense would consume but throe days.
Chainniii New tried to secure a promise
from tbe counsel that they would conclude
next weak, but Coleman refused to nrtke
such an arrangement. Adlounied till Mon
dav. DEATH OF THREE EMINENT
Archbishop Puroeil'i Lut Hours Bishops
M 'Mullen and Pinknej Dead.
Cincinnati, July 5. Bishop Elder ar
rived to-day from the death-bed of Arch
bishop Purcell. The roaetloa of yesterday
was slight, but Rev. Dr. Callaghan, the
faithful secretary of tbe archbishop, who
wa coixtantly by bis side, was grratjy re
joiced at the siRns of returning conscious
ness. They did not Include the power to
couverse, as the archbithop'i toogue bad
been stilled by paralysla. Ho was able,
however, to give aoine tokens orecogulUon
to his frleuds. II U death at last was
peaceful and appieUy without physical
pain. Slight ooiivutntons appeared toward
the end, and In one of then be passed
At bis bedside were Bishop Kkier, hli co
adjutor slid iuccNor, Rev, Dr. J. F
Callaghan, Dr. Uecht. of Oreland semi
nary, Father J. J. O'Doaarhue of Wllm
ingtc-n, and the sister of the Urauline con
vert, wbrra his graoe has taeert In retire
ment since ha quilled the eathedral resl
den. Tho body will he embalmed and
brought to this crty to-soorrow afternoon
where It will lie In state hi one af the roouji
of the cathedral residence) until Monday,
wheu It will be taken Into tbe cathedral.
The funeral services will be held at 9 a. m.
The burial place la St. Martin ', where his
mother, brother aud sister are buried.
Datenfokt, Iowa, July 6. The Right
kcv. Jotiu Aicuuiien, bisbop of tbe Roman
catholic diocese of Davenport, died yester
day morning, after live (lays nt Intense suf
fering, from a canucroiw affection of tbe
Bai.timork, Md., July 5. -The Rt. Rer.
Wm. Pinkney, Proteataal Rpiacopal bishop
of Maryland, died inddeoly of heart disease
at Cockeysville, Md., where be bad gono
ror me purpose or eonseoraang a church
He was a son of Nnnmn Pinkney, and a
nepnew or me famous Wtmarn Pinkney.
The EDgllata Ueavoly Iss tbe Nurt
Lono Brawoh, Jul S. Twenty thou
sand persons visited here tbe fourth. The
great attraction was Mjs. Langtry bathing.
The lady, accompanied by Mr. Freddlo
UebharJt arrived from Goooy Island by
the S:1J p. m. train. A great number of
persons witnessed her feats In the water.
She emerged from her bathing-room
dretsed in an olivette bathing coatumo of
blue flannel trimmed with red. Mrs.
Lnugtry swims with a cbst stroke, taking
long strokes. Tho crowd frequently ap
plauded her, to which tbe lady, smiling,
responded by swlmlng under water and
doing various Httlo oddities,
rRKbDIK STOOD LOOKINO. OV
from the bluff. Ue was dressed In a duck
stilt, white muslin cravat and straw bat.
He seemed to enjoy tbe applause Immensely
Bud was by no means sparing of It himself.
Tbo full perfection of Mrs. Langtry's figure
wa seen at Its hnat In the new rele shu as
sumed at one of tho goddesses of the lea.
Her motions were easy ami graceful, Alto
gether, perhaps she was three quartos of an
hour tu the water. I'pon resuming her
walking attire she wore a light-tilting stool
colored silk ooatumti, u bat nf the saino ma
terial, strong, thick boots and a parasol,
Tbe pair went for a drive along tbe avenue
and returned to Coney Island by the 0:1J p.
Murdered by HmM Mob.
Chicago, July 5. -A Daily News spocla
from Hot Sulpluir Springs, Colorado, says:
The four commissioners and cuunty clerk of
Grand county were all shot Wednesday
morning by a mob of masked men. Harney,
Day and Mills were liistautly killed, and P.
Webber ami D. J, Drean nioi tallv wound
ed, (irand uottniy lies In tho uorihwcitrrn
part of the Sutu, several miles from a U'lu
irrapli station. The cltlens nf the county
have called on the governor for thuMuto
A WHe-HeAtsr khol.
ST. Louih, July a.-lsom Harris, a me
gro, was beating his wife ul tholr dwelling
onThoiW avenue and Papln street, Ibis
morning, when tho woman's cries attracted
the attention of two mounted patrol u,
They attempted tu arrest llunis, but ho
resisted so determinedly that It was louml
lioccskiiry lo shoot him. Tbe bullet en
tered ILirrls' back Just bvluw the waist.
The Injured mau was taki'it U tbo city uo
M0BNIN0. JTILY fi irn'
One Tirouttrei rhert-JU Dob
uf MylberWsgtl faoMl iMf-Uusat
de Chsmberd No Better
London, July o.-Tbe weekly sutesseat
ot tbe Baak of England shows a decrease In
bullion of l?i,ooo. The proportion of
bank reserve U llabiliUes is It 3-Is per
London, July 5.-Ths Duke of MeU
borough died of cardlao lyacope to-day.
Ue was ilxty-tbree years eld. His death
was very suddeu. Ue was srUtbtly ladis
posed Wednesday, but diaed wltb his
family at the Usual hour and retired appar
entiywell. He was found dead en the
floor ol bis room this motelng.
THE AMERICAN TSitl.
London, July o.-Tbe Aucrlcao rifle,
men will be allowed to use the screw wind
gauge only In the Internal loaul match at
the queen's sympathy-.
The Queen ban scut s tolegraphlo dis
patch to tbe mayor of Glasgow, expreesing
sympathy with thoewbo lost friends by tbo
capsilug of the steamer Daphne. Two
attompts were made to raise the Daphne,
but tbey failed.
London, July 5. -Tun thousand Iron
workers in Staffordshire, who were on a
strike to-day, with banners marched to
Dudleyport, Tipton and Moxley, entered
the Iron-works at those places and
quenched the (Ires in the furnaces, thus
stopping work. The force of policemen on
band was powerless to prevent the uctlon of
Alexandria. Jttlv j. The nomhar
deaths from cholera at D.imletta during the
iwentr-iour nours, ending at eight o'clock
this morning, was one hundred and oleven.
There were forty-tbreo deaths al Mansourah
four at Sherban and four al SaiB.oud dur
lug tbe same time from cholera.
Alexandria. July . -Later reports
from Sammioud says that there were six
teen deaths at that Discs from chalcn ,Vir.
lng the twenty-six noun widing at eight
o'clock this morning. Two cases occurred
among the soldiers forming the cordon
around the place.
11 TKRI.Y PROSTRATE.
Paris, July 5. The Count d Cham.
bord pas-ed n ul night. He vomited fre
quently aiH i ft morning Is utterly pros
Di(KiEv. July ft -The king of Saxony,
who i m iking a lour, was yo.sterr'ay about
to ascend in the elevatar of a factory which
ho was inspecting at Milan when the weight
attached to the car fell, killing the governor
of the district, who was accompanying his
majesty, and injuring tb-n manager of the
factory. The kin, who had entered the
accident happened was much overcome and
abaodoued on tour.
Cong, July 6. -Tbe speech of Psrnell at
the banquet here Wednesday eealng. In
connection with tbe Industrial exhibition,
wac nou-poliUcal. He said be believed that
In the exhibition was seen a srga of the re
viv.il of Irish Industries.
A PARMER SrtOT.
Dt bun, wuly S. A dispatch from Etieii
lUtes that a farmer named Oriffny has
been shot and seriously wounded for tak
ing a farm nenr that place whloh has been
boycotted owing to eviction of a former
Paris," July R. Advices from Krohsdorff
ssys that Vanully, the papal nuncio at
Vienna, has visited the Cmirt Cham bord
and conveyed the blewrlug of the pope to the
Tbe Deadly Toy Plato!.
Chicago, July 5. Tbo record of the
dead and wounded consequent upon the
celebration of the Fourth In title city Is
thirty-eight casualties all told, Including 8
deaths, ttva fatally wounded, twenty-three
more or less maimed for life, and five
slightly Injured. The chief lnetrtiment of
destruction proved the toy pistol
in the bands of children, and the small
Too Much Wtatsdkejr.
MiDDi.rrowN. July ft. Roy, Cart
Pchmolr, of the Reformed ehssreh of Call).
coon, K. Y.. was charged wb too much
drinking, and later with improper advances
to a half wltted girl la his eonsrregatlon.
Ha disappeared nad Monday hmteauM back
and started to drive to ThumanivlNe, Pa.
Next morning he was found dead onfjfthe
roadside. HI death Is thought to be the
result of hard drinking,
A ratal Quarrel.
Selioman, Mo., July ft.-A fatal affray
occurred here yesterday, participate in by
a man named William N. Klag, son-in-law
of Dr. Long, of Washburn, and two broth
rn named Hurst, of this place, resulting In
the death of King, from the effects of threo
stmts Hred by the two brothers. Opinion
varies si to which of thn brothers fired His
shot that killed the nuii. Kin; luavs a
wife and one child,
Washington, July A. The value of th
export petroleum and petroleum products
for Miv. lfNI. was W,4l2,ja8 against
iH.lnViWforthesaino month last year.
For the eleven months endlug May ill,
the amount I ,MiUI07.1t!U. iiiut iiti mc .
14J for the corresponding period last
WAXIItNUION. July ft.-Th attorns.
general has given an opinion tu the Snore.
lary of the Treasury that tbo exportation of
iioiuimi wniNkcy to Bermuda wills a view to
reimportation lor thn purpose of evading
nr delaying tho payment of tho lax Is not
an exportation within ibo meaning of tbo
HI.OOMINIJ TUX. III.. .1 ill v A l.lt,. tlin
prim donna. U past, recovery, and this
lllill'lllnir lier IlllValnlan lil,l a ..naiillli..ii
slid expressed their belief that aha could
..ill.. . ... . .
not possioiy survive, Sbo has been
(lelltloiis for the gicator part of tbo past
Wen. Crook's) Arrival.
Washington, July ft.-Oou. Crook Is
ex limited to arrhe this aftsrooen or this
evening. After oeiMultlug wttb blut upon
thn Indian sttuatioa tWeroiary Unoola will
go lo Ksw Tork aud coaier wlsi Ue eal
kavsiM4Q. Joky 8. J to sbo
narrlagof LotSa to 0. Kdwta Bm, It U
bollevad ttsat tbo Osssgreosaiain who related
tbe story with oeriosH esMafideitoo was tan.
I yosod usoa. A aoarrlate Hvenso was tokos
t .,aa.-...a ... -l - . . . . .
vat u aauaituar m inn nasxao Of CXartOAS
Crabtree sad 0. Edwin Uam. Tkia Is Um
ely fact esUbltoked beyosxl sUapwte. Oous
was seen here by his leieodo laat srcuiiMs.
They said be wooW aot talk.
-us. sxttaui autai
WABINaToN. Julr k . Tfc
having buen util.llah4 Lhnt Ivtm ..
Iid htslTucsdaV uvunkuir tn fi Katl. U.
tbe latter furuUhcs bsw foilowiug oard tot
WAaaTtNaTesr , July ft.
There to no foundation for tbe rumor of
tbe marriage of the dlttijigtiUbod soirees,
Miss Lotto M. Crabtree, aoo soysolf.
(Signed, 0. Bswik Hue.
A Myeteriosss) Seosvtk.
Alton. 111.. JuW 5. a uuk.-..
was found dead la a barn In North Alton.
Wednesday morning. He was apparently
45 years of age, ft feet 8 Inches In height,
and bad evidently seen bettor circumstances
than those under which be died. The
Coroner's verdict was "duath from apop
lexy," there betag strong Indications of
that malady. Nothing was found to Iden
tify him except a card with tbe in
scription. "Brother Bouwdlct, St. AlpU
onsua Cburcn, New Orleans, La." Ills
remains were buried by tbe authorities.
A Balloonist Probably tthot.
Keokuk, lows, July 6. -It is believed
here that Prof. Owing, who made a
ballon ascension, Wednesday afternoon,
met with un accident. Tbiity minutes sfter
the start the balloon descended below the
horizon and quickly reappeared going above
the clouds. The basker and Frofeasor
could not be seen. He was tolerably drunk
at the start. A telegram from Burns de,
III., says that a farmer captured tho bal
loon one and a half miles from there bv us
"KVoottfun, and thatOwliigs Is probably
Chicago, July 6. The two days' bicycle
contest between Louise Artnaindo and
Matrgie Wallace was oonoiudod lost week.
Wsllace not appearing during tbo last day.
Tbe ouly feature of tbo ceo test wni tbe fact
that Armsindo daring the last twelve hours
surpassed any known record for tha' tim ,
mating Ultx miloe wirh five minutes to
spare. The record for two days was 147
A Druakeo Murder.
Oakdale, Tenn., July ft At a Sunday
stdiool piculo on tho Fourth a gang of roughs
sfter getting drunk, started a disturbance
on the train as It was returning. Jesso
Sat! kcr stabbed Tom Lyle In the side, and
was immediately shot doad by Lylo's broth
er. The latter escaped.
TitOY, N. Y., Ju y O.-Jno. Wholan, a
non-union moulder at tho .Malleable Iron
Works, was found on the sidowalk Wednes
day night, with bis skull fractured. H
was fatally Injured. It Is ssld be was foul
ly dealt with.
A BoJeoay Rr easts Dstwsi.
Kansas, III., July 6. The balcony of the
Kerster House gave way Wednesday eve
ning during a fireworks display, severely
injuring and maiming seven persons, but it
Is thought that none are faiafly Injured.
Revlarnjr ism TMtstaaesai.
New York, Jnly 5. The oommlttoe on
the revision of the OldTeatameul continued
IU session to-day, Tbe comparison of tbo
work of the American and English commit-
tees was completed.
A Typo Married.
St. Lot r. .Tniv !J.-Mr. E.John Shad
well, a u.i-..iiuwn cjoapoaitor ot this
aI... ... u . a mi... nri ....
viit, mai 1 n-ii Ansa n inaioa aiso or tins c y,
this evening at 7 o'clock, and went East
Immediately to spend the honeymoon.
Detroit, July 5. A fire at Calumet,
Lake Surperlor, hut night destroyed tbe
block of business buildings, luciudtng tbe
Odd Fellows' temple. Loss iS6,0i in
sured for $13. not).
A Pugilist Shot.
Halt T awr I't.h Inlu s Wi(-,.ikK.
- . .. . w . . . , M.j , , n.,iuuuaa,
thn uel.stvlfkrt iif.ltlu tk..Ml..H
' " (..1)111,1 ,l.f.(U VI
Utah, " was shot yesterday in a quarrel
with another sport. Ha Is expected to
Chicago, July 0. -Tho coffee and soloe
establishment of Belle, Caorade A Co. was
partially burned Wednesday night. Loss
H.1,000; Insurance, ftl.800. .
Nlrurk by LlsTblBlaie:.
Middi ktown, N. Y Jnly ft. -The resi
dence of Irs Cuminlngs, throe miles from
this vlllugx, w as strunk by lightning and
burned. Loss, 25, (WO.
Patter Mill Deatroyesl.
Rostov, Mssm., July ft, One of the old
wooden mills of tbo Uiwlbut yapercompany
In South Lee, MaN. was buruod tills morn
lug. Loss $'ifi,i)00.
t hree Nesi DrowasMt
Nkw YORK, July 5. -By tbe oapslslug
of a pleasure boat off Statcn Island, Wed
nesday, three men wre drowned.
. Unv. HaUrADylns;.
Cot K )X, lows, July 8. Governor Halo,
nf W tuning, Is lying at tbo point of death
here from Blight's disease.
Allstcbed (or Debt.
Paieiison, N. J., JulyS. Thn salvaUnn
army hero has been attached for debt by
0110 of Its iui 'in bur.
JULY n. m.
CATTLK-Kxports W 7fioS OA good to
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fair ID off, H T.'kc.') it, Roaelpu, ft.ftOO.
(ATi'LK-Scalawags f'J 7!';i ftOj stags
an I bulls 1 "i'rH ftt); lltrhl blitilng stceis
J4 taiioj exporters W ".VaHl loj heavy
shliiplug steers !W 'iMM B7 H ; irood cows
and liellers J-t SfiWt tk)( gitod cows and
vilves !tW) 00to40 00; stuekers 3 73(i ftO.
UtKiH Lower and weak; hardly any In-
?ulrv A few sales to city bntnhers only.
jL'bl 11 rades (!) Wartll0 liilxed packing anil
heavies if) Htifiro W. At these Injures tbe
inovemenl was aetlve and everytnlog was
dlsuosi (I of In a short tiros.
lIOhSKH Meddlers $ISsViaO; Bosithern
horses 9N0r)t(ift I'lugs, oimu Ht PbQUtl
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