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THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATUKDAY MORNING APRIL 12, 1884.
THE WAGES OF SIN.
To be Madotho Subject of a Legal
Controversy in tho
A Chicago Pauper Who Discarded a
Sister on Account of
Now Anxious to Build Himself Up on
Proceeds of Her Lost
Cnicu.o. I li... Auril 11. Mr. Austin A
Canavan, tlio attorrcv ulio has been tm
j.lojed I'.v ..mlreiv ('iiimlui.'iiain, of this
city, toprost-cutetlii' luttt r s claims to the
v:nUf of Kate Towiisciul, the murdered
New Orleans cvj'rian, was seeu yesterday
in relation to Cunninirham'.s prospects of
.success. Mr. Cunningham is not at pres
i nt in the city, but it is understood that
he tlrn.ly believes that the Townsend wo
man was his lister. Mie was
miinlered by her alleged husban
Troisvil'c Sykes, a few months
ao, and Svkes. who was made sole heir
to her fortune of about Si'diVH11'1, was ac
ijiiitted. lie has been prevented, how
ever, from obtainins possession of the
property, by K-pl process, and it is now
ti( d up iu the court. The fact has al
ready been published that Cunningham
instituted suit to secure the property, as
one of the woman's nearest living rela
te f-s, and the circuuitances which in
duced him to this course are somewhat
peculiar. The story as toM by Mr. Can
avan is as follows: Prom proofs and
other reliable information now in the
possef-siun of Cunningham it would seem
that he and Lis two brothers here have at
least a good claim to the estate. Mr. Cun
ningham discovered his relationship with
the woman in a singular manner. At the
t.:i:e of l.cr death ki:.thy reports of the
tr.:2-dy were printed in the local press.
He read the first telegraphic report of the
homicide, and, experiencing a peculiar
an I aito'eth' r irresistible interest in the
li.u.wr, followed the case up. His inter
est seemed to cease alter the last report
!.a. chronicled the interment of Kate
Townser.J and the holdlns: of Sykes
for tr al. It was several weeks later
when "!) a Sunday forenoon he
purchased a local mornlnz paper,
lb- hid not been reading the paper Ions
w hen h' eves rested on a reprinted in
terview be-VAe-a a New i irleati" reporter
and Mrs. Anna Hourubovs.?, the wuinan
who had 'on-; Kate Towuseud's washing
f r twenty yoars. In that arti.ie it was
s'.ate.i fcy Mr. Hotirnboo..-, who lives
on lK-heblj.ne. near Pa.rnyr-i street. New
T.fcj!:s. that Kate oi.ee told h-.-r in the
'.. !;;'; A cor.n.jential conversation that
she had r elatives I;vii. z in An'.t.-n,-a. and
tout her re.U Ei:te was Cuanin.'ham.
he cuit-aut.-l that in.-tea-l of Kite h-r
2.HI1 na. us wis Bridget, and that he."
home was in V.iteri .r '.. o.-ir.-.j t.'t.rx.
Ireland. I.U-: a f.a.-a :':. ."ar..au
geiire paed tir-.i; '. .a ntaa'a r.-..:;.l.
and he remfir.b-re.i th.i: hr. .-. had i
si-ter w ;-;; n' iv y Brl '.'"2.i.i.::i
ham, aad that -hrr -ai- N-m r. fi:
ui her f.arer.ts, nh h.-t -I l.7ed j,-, ffj;,..
ford. Ireland. He f-.t a.rirt-t orti.a
that the dead w.-,r.: m was h;s oa s.l-ter.
b'Jt he feared to a.-s..i.a.te h:S
ulththatof the deal cyprun, w ho hi J
been the most notorious won.an of u r '
kir.d in the South. He did not re-t the
matter, and opened a correspondence
with friends l i v i n tr ut New Or
leans. It was ascertained by him In that
manner that Kate Townsend must have
been his bister. He also remembered
that his sister llridet had gone
SofUli twenty-three or twenty-live years
before, and tiuLt because she gave her
self up to a life ol shame he and his
brothers had broken off all communi
cation with her, and finally ljt track
of her entirely. Since the matter' has
been given to Mr. Canavan valuable
information has been received from vari
ous police ollicials and Catholic priests
of the Crescent City. Tlid information
Is of .Mich a character as to leave scarce
ly a doubt that Kate Townsend was
none other than liridget Cunning
ham. Further developments are expected
within a few days, also the result of the
investigation by Dr. Lemonnier, Coroner
of New Orleans. Mr. Cunningham is a
widower forty-two years of age, and lives
w ith his son-in-law, of a simi.ar name, at
the corner of Torcst avenue and Thirty
sixth streets. He has not worked for
several years, and is supported by his
children. His family consists of two
sons and four girls, all of whom reside- in
tills city. One of his brothers i a labor
ing man and lives at Madison, Wis., and
the other is believed to be in Amsterdam,
whithi r he went about live year ago.
Mr. Canavan feels confident that his
client is the rigln ful heir to the estate,
but declined to divulge just what other in
formation he had in lii.s possession
"Bill" Sykes, the legatee o Kjte ToWM.
send's will, was her lover for y :ir, und
was believed to have been her m-ihie(T
He lived with her, at her house of
fame, No. 40 liasin street, and neer did
any Work, existing entirely off her bounty.
His associates were gamblers, though he
seldoui played himself, notu ilh-tanding
his pretensions to being a knight of
green cloth. Mr. Canavan expresses him
self as confident of his ability to prove
the relationship between the dead woman
and his client.
JtL'NMNG 1 iiOM I.YNt HI.Ks;.
Winklkbatk, the Fleetwood Murderer,
Taken to Mattoon.
Mahoos,!,., ., April ll.jas. Winkle
back, the lurm hand who brutally mur
tiered Nehtmiah 1 leetwood and his
wife, both aged about sixtv, i i;ar.
ion on Wednesday night, was brought
here from Charleston, this morn,,,.- p)r
safe-keeping. The County Jail in Charles
ton is not strong enough to resist at
tack by an infuriated mob, and the feel
InR there is so strong that au attempt to
lynch Wlnklebiiclt was deemed almost
Tbo murder was the most atrocious
ever committed in Illinois. The family
uau reureu euny, ine oin people sleeping
In a lower room and their daughter Km
ma, aged twenty, and the hired man oc
cupying rooms upstairs, divided by a
hall. At about eleven o'clock Ilmma was
awakened by a stilling smell of smoke.
She called to Wlnklcbaek, who, seeming
lo be suddenly awakened, told her shu
could not get down-stairs, but would
have to jump from the window,
but she rushed down-stairs and
hurriedly extinguished the flames
that already enveloped the bed upon
which the charred bodies of her parents
lay. Fleetwood's head had been chopped
from the body. There was a bullet hole
In Mrs. Fleetwood's head ami the throat
was cut from ear to ear. Stove wood
had been piled ution the bed. Winkle
back's ax was found In the bottom of the
well covered with traces of blood and
gray hairs; though he said he had left It
in the woods. Stains of blood were iounu
unon his trousers and he wore a clean
w hite shirt, not being able to account for
the one he had taken off. An angry crown
of fioo people followed him on the road to
Charleston, after the arrest threatening
to lynch him.
In Favor of the National Telegraph
Ci.i:vki.am, o., April 11. The decis
ion of Judge ltaxter, of the United
States Circuit Court for the Northern
District of Ohio in the case of the Na
tional Telegraph Company vs. The New-
York, Chicago & St. Louis liailway
Company gives general satisfaction to
merchants and business men of this
city. The Hallway Company refused to
transport telegraph material, and to
perform other obligations under their
contract with the National Telegraph
Company. The decisiou of Judge Uaxter
orders the defendant to concede to com
plainant the right and privileges stipu
lated for and prevents the Kailway Com
pany from interfering with the National
Telegraph Company's possession and
use of its line.
The Creek Troubles Settled.
Eif.ula, I. T., April 11. The Creek
troubles have been virtually settled.
Checote and Speechee have concluded to
to abide by the decision of the Secretary
of the Interior, and advise their sup
porters to do so. They are both Creek
delegates to Washington under Ferry
man's administration, and Lave finally
accepted the situation.
For the Construction of Railway
Washinctu.v, 1). C, April 11. The
House Committee on Commerce to-day
directed a favorable report to be made on
bills as follows :
Authorizing the construction by the
'hippewa Vails & Western liailroad Com-
any of railroad bridges across the St.
Croix Hiver in the States of Wisconsin
The construction by the Winona, Alma
i Northern liailway Company of bridges
across the isconsin, Chippewa and M.
Croix Hiver in Wisconsin; and,
Ily the Chicago, St. Faul & St. Louis
laliroad Company of bridges across the
Mississippi Hiver, one within the State of
Minnesota and one between Minnesota
The Tariff -Adjourment.
Washington, I). C, April 11. There
as not vet been a conference of llemu-
i . r i".i: members who are opposed to the
M aT'lsoa bill, but one will be held im
T.eih i-.ely after tlm return of Mr. F.andall,
vlio is now iu Fennsylvania. A promi
nent: Democrat said this morning that it
v l- his opinion that the Randall men
would not oppose the consideration ol
the Morrison bill, but reserve their forces
to vote against its passage.
Ilepreseiitative I'ay sonof Ohio,; speak
ing of the probabilities of adjournment,
to-day said lie did not see how Congress
could adjourn before August 1st; and if
ther( ',i to be a tariff discussion he pre
dicted a much later date. There appears
to lie i o disposition to hurry, and the
general impression is that it will not de
cide to adjourn until after the Chicago
Green on Postal Telegraphy.
Washington, I). C, April 11. Norvin
Green, l'resideiit of the Western Union,
was given a hearing this morning by the
House Committee on Fost-ollices and
1'ost-roads. He is opposed to all pending
propositions looking to the establishment
of a postal telegraphy. He said it would
be unsatisfactory both to the people and
to the Government for the latter to take
hold of the telegraph. If, however, it is
determined that the Government shall
engage in postal telegraph he
adised the purchase of existing
lines. lie estimated that postal
telegraph could be established at every
l'ost-ollice in the United States for
one hundred million dollars. If the
Government purchased existing lines, It
could have a monopoly of the business.
He said the Western Union won d com
pete for the Government's contract in
the event of the passage of the bill re
ported to the Senate on Wednesday by
AKr. Hill. He doubted, however, the
propriety of the bill.
Resignation of General Badeau.
Washington, D. C, April 11. General
Adam JIadeau, Consul-General to Havana,
has been received by the I'resident
and referred to the Secretary of State.
The resignation grows out of a contro
versy between the Secretary of State and
General lladeau concerning the disposi-
I. -u m.me in Uie inner wtiiie Consul
General at London, of consular fees to
the amount of nearly 10,000. The
Treasury ollicials demanded payment of
this amount, and the State Department
declined to endorse it.
I OUT V - E I G II 1 1 1 C O N G It ESt.
Washington, D. c., April 11. The
Senate bill authorizing the Secretary of
the Navy to offer a reward of 8h'5,000 for
the recovery of or ascertaining the fate
of the Greely expedition was passed by a
Mr. Hopkins (Peun.) called up the re
port of the select committee on charges
against II. O. r.oynton, and said that un
less Uie report was attacked the commit
tee had no desire to discuss the resolu
t on. No one desiring to speak against
the resolution, which declares the cliar-'es
not sustained by the evidence, ami that
there are no grounds for any action by
the Ilouse.it was adorn..,! -;n i
vision. ' '"k v"
Mr. Hancock (of Texas moved to set
aside the morning hour ami consider the
pension appropriation bin. j,0Ht
e,,n mi;rUl7 I'r'" '";,l," the call of
t ure and a number of private bills were
LOVE'S FATAL SEQUEL
The Well-Kept Secret of a Coward
ly Crime Revealed
Federal Officer Who Went South
Claim His Bride Murdered
by a Eival,
The Assassin and His Accomplices Ar
rested on Information Furnished
by His Wife.
Sai.isiii hy, X. C, April 11. The sequel
of the fatal love affair of a Federal pris
oner named Captain Ihtphael Livingston,
who was a prisoner In one of the Confed
erate prisons here during the laj, war,
has just come to light. During the last
year of the war Livingston, through the
aid of a pretty girl, managed to effect his
escape. He was given shelter by his fair
friend and remained in ids hiding place
for a day and a night. Fearing captuie
by the Confederate prison authorities, the
escaped soldier made his way on foot
through the mountains In the western part
of this State. After many trials and
much suffering he reached Wilkes County,
one i f the remote counties of that Sec
tion. There he was lucky enough to
llleet Miss Hose Austin, W ho interested
herself ill him and assisted him to escape.
The handsome young Captain made a
deep impression upon .Miss Austin, and a
mutual understanding and engagement of
marriage was the result. Miss Austin
managed to render such assistance to her
lover that he got through the lines and
made his way to his home in New York.
In 1 ?;7, two years alter the close of
the war, Livingston returned to Wilkes
County to claim his bride. During the
Intervening years t harles ISird, a young
farmer iu the neighborhood, aud an old
admirer of Miss Austin, had come be
tween them and gained the girl's affec
tions. Soon after the voting Captain's
re-appearance in Wilkes he one day sud
denly disappeared, without any clew to
his whereabouts. Hird and Miss Austin
were soon afterward married, and the ro
mance of the Federal officer passed out of
the minds of the Wilkes County people.
It was revived last night in a quarrel be
tween liird and his w ife, in w hich the lat
ter informed one of the neighbors that Hird
and two other men shot and killed
Livingston and buried Lis body in a
piece of woods. A negro, who is al
leged to have participated in the mur
der, corroborated the wife's story. All
of the accused men were arrested to
day, and committed to jail iu Wilkes
County to await an examination upon
the charge. The case attracts intense
interest in that section where all are
known, and where the missing Federal
oilicer was a great favorite during his
brief and, it now appears, fatal visit.
Mrs. Hird is now about thirty-four and
still quite pretty, and is of good family
'O I M X E J ) 1 1 El I ii A II V.
The Mother Caused the Guilty Couple's
Arrest A Brutal Father.
Wkstminstkh, Mi)., April 11. Samuel
Hall and his wife, Catherine, have been
arrested for the murder of Klmer Robert
son, aged four years, son of Hall by Alice
liobertson, a former mistress. When he
married Mrs. Hail took intense dislike
to the child and treated it most brutally.
Two clays ago it died and was buried.
Yesterday Alice liobertson, its mother,
suspected foul play and had the body dis
interred and a post-mortem held, which at
once showed that death was the result of
poison. The guilty pair were at once ar
rested. The body was terribly scarred
and blistered, showing horrible ill-usage
TOKX TO F1E( ES BY A DOG.
The Horrible Experience of a New
York Lady at Rockaway, L. I.
K'icKvw.w, L. I., April 11. Mrs. Lg
bert, of New York, the lessee of the
Fast llnd Hotel at this place, was hor
ribly and probably fatally bitten and
lacerated by a ferocious bloodhound to
day while inspecting the grounds sur
rounding the hotel. The fie-h was torn
from her body, and her left arm was so
horribly gashed by the fangs of the
brute that amputation was found neces
sary. It is doubtful whether tile 1111
foitunate lady will survive her in
juries. Mrs. Egbert, who keeps
a large- boarding-house in
New York, arrived here this morning to
examine the hotel prior to taking posses
sion of it for the season. She hail re
ceived no Intimation that the animal was
kept on the premises as a protection
against trespassers, and incautiously en
tered the grounds aud met with the above
terrible experience, llnteiing by way of
the front gate, sliu was proceeding leis
urely up the narrow and thickly-sheltered
path leading to the hotel entrance when
she was startled by the growling of a dog
proceeding from the direction of a clump
of bushes on her left. Mrs. Egbert real
ized her perilous situation a moment
later when a large blood-hound sprang
fiercely at her throat. The frightened
woman attempted to escape, but had suc
ceeded in getting only a few feet away
from the animal before lie made a second
leap, and, alighting ou her breast, bore
her to the ground and began
TKAItING IIKU I.riKltAI.I.Y TO I'IKCKS.
The lady displayed rare heroism, and ap
peared endowed with superhuman
strength as she struggled with the wild
brute, which was mad with rage, and
which repeatedly sank his fangs into the
body of the helpless victim. Mrs. Egbert
screamed In an agonizing voice for help,
while she continued her desperate strug
gle, and the watchman finally came to her
rescue and attacked the dog with an ax.
Several terrific blows were given the ani
mal by the man before he succeeded in
getting the bloodhound to loosen his hold
on the lady, who by that, time was uneon
seious from fright and the intense ngonv
of her wounds. The Infuriated
beast was at last driven away and the suf
ferer borne as tenderly as possible into
the dwelling of a neighbor, tm, messen
gers were sent for physicians. An ex
amination disclosed tltu fact that Mrs.
Egbert had been bitten about the body,"
her clothing being torn to shreds and her
left arm lacerated lu a most frightful man
ner. After a consult itlon it was decided
that amputation of the mangled arm was
absolutely necessary, and the operation
was performed, the patient being placed
iimler the effect of opiates. Tlu eru
dition of the suffin r is regarded as very
critical. The bloodhound has been the
terror of the neighborhood for sometime,
and the fact that so dangerous an animal
was permitted to roam about the hotel
grounds has drawn forth the severest
A DYING 1V. BOY.
The Bad Characters of Little River
County, Ark., Must Go.
I. ii ii i: lb n'K, Ark., April 11. Vaughn,
one of the cow-boys shot in the skirmish
mar Laymsport, is still alive, but will
die. Mc Vshworth, Collier, Fret well and
Dillard, the four others w ounded, are des
perately hurt, but w ill probably recover.
No arrests have been made, except D. S
.vnipsoii, supposed to have shot Vaughn,
and he has been admitted to ball in the
sum of sc'.jiin. The- Haw and OrderCom
mittee of Little Hiver County has been
called to meet at liocky Comfort to-morrow
to lake action on these frequently re
curring outrages, and they will no doubt
begin a campaign of extermination against
A Saloon-Keepingr Church-Member Sui
cides. I.oitsuna, Mo., April 11. The first
thing Frank Mach did this morning was
to go to l'legle's hardware store as somi
as it w as opened, at about seven o'clock,
and buy a ils-caliber revolver, with which
he blew out his brains a few moments
later, on his person was found a letter
addressed to his wife. Mai h kept a beer
saloon and restaurant, which did a nour
ishing business, and il is .supposed that
his financial affairs were in goml shape.
He was a member of the church and was
gi uerally respected. lWr health, caus
ing temporary insanity, is supposed to
have been tiie cause of his suicide.
ONE TOO MANY.
Another Gay and Festive Sewing Ma
chine Atrent as a Bigamist.
An iiis.iv, Kas., April 11. J. M. Cook,
a sewing maelrne agent, employed by 11.
L. Whittaker, of this city, was arn -ted
on a charge of embezzlement a few days
ago. He had a preliminary examination
this morning, and in default of !,'H
bail, was remanded to jail. His am t
has brought to the front an additional
charge ol bigamy. It appear. that w bile
Mr. Cook was basking in the smiles ,, a
wife iu Atchison, he was also the hu-band
of another in DeKalb, Mo , who is the
mother of four of his children. As soon
as tin; embezzlement affair is disposed ot,
Mr. Cook will be confronted by another
offended law and two outraged femal' s.
Western Export Association.
Clin ago, III., April 1 1 . At the seson
ol the Western Export Association to-day
the demands of the Enterprise and Crow ii
Distilleries at 1'ekin, HI,, were acknowl
edged, and the Association decided to pay
tie-ir percentages. The two distilleries
were closed down by order of the Asso
ciation under the rule to limit production,
but failing to receive their percentages
from the pool promptly, begin suit to re
cover and the fact was cited that the pool
contemplated dissolution. The decision
to-day is regarded as making certaiii the
continuance of the Association.
Anthracite Coal Interests.
Fun. wiki.phu, I'a., April 11. The an
thracite coal interests have agreed to sus
pend coal mining during the week ending
Hobday in Wall Street.
.Vkw Yoc.K, April 1 1 .To-day was ob
served as a half holi lay in Wall street.
The Exchanges were closed.
The Arkansas Fruit Crop.
llKKHK, Auk., April 11. The fruit
Stood the cold snap on the night of the
fth inst. without material damage, but it
is cold to-day, und fears are entertained
that a heay frost will fall to-night, if
the weather does not moderate. The
thermometer is at sixty at 1 p. m.
Ciin.i.icoiiii:, Mo., April 11. The safe
of the Aralon l'ost-ollice was curried
away from that building Wednesday
night, taken out into the country and
blown up. The thieves secured y 1 "J and
a quantity of stamps.
Her Throat Cut and Skull Cruahed.
FKDKis.u.sitriiG, Mi., April 1 1 . Tin
body of Mrs. Cecelia Huh, an aged wom
an, was found in a thicket near her resi
dence with her skuil horribly crushed and
throat cut from ear to ear. There is no
clew to the murderers.
Explosion in a Copper Mine.
Kalamazoo, Mm ii., April II. A ;
T lnji-'i'h special states 111 it a blast in the
Calumet ami Heela Mine in the Lake Su
perior Copper District, killed Thomas
Tremberth, and blinded Nicholas Johns.
Trembeith haves a family and eight chil
dren. Buried Alive and Killed.
Fnisiii hgii, I'a., April II. At ten
o'clock this morning w hile Samuel Heit
nian and Win. Shcerougli were engaged in
loading sand on a wagon, the bank above
gave way covering them ten feet deep
under sand and rocks. Ilolli men and
horses were killed.
Cincinnati, o., April 11. The strike
on tho Cincinnati & Northern Hallway
has been compromised, by the Company
agreeing to pay the men the wages for
February next week, beginning with
those receiving the smallest pay. Work
will be resumed to-day.
The Greely Reward.
Washington, D. C, April 11. The
House Committee on Appropriations to
day authorized a favorable report to be
made on the Senate bill offering a reward
of -'."), immi for rescuing or ascertaining
the fate of the Greely expedition.
Funeral of Rev. John C. Backus.
IiAi.n.Moiii-:, Mm., April 11. The funer
al services id tin; late licv. Dr. John C.
Backus was held nt bm o'clock tills morn
ing at Hie First I'n sbyterlan Church
on Madison street, of which he was pas
tor. At noon the remains were conveyed
to the l'l iiiisylvaiihi Kailwav station, ami
taken to 1'hiladclphla for interment at
Cordon's l.moiib' Tclegranm.
Get). C, lldon's teiej. :,t! ;,, K !. : TI . ., in
is tho-oNy cl,a.c,ci s ,., rcca,;:n
till' G'.-.ei . , fscllcs . I I i, f;.,,,, ;
slice, h w in 'II he i mere,! r.j.oii hi, ,li;ies
us gov; in.;- general ol t.:.- ,s ,u i:,. L
was exi- clod that he w.uihl make a
long- address, 1 1 i i lie .ii.mi., , ii. as.
seinbly with a single , ,..,,, ,.. .. w y
try to h ild the b:;!ai:,v et u." Thee
pregnant sa ings ,.r G rum will .,-rve
us the linger-po-: ot tie- i.i-:..rv oi Lis
mi'sloii. I cu his views (in tii. s. ni
dan np: eared in o.,r columns, he re
marked: "A s'io; has ben liiv. I."
When he was sent to ;;.. S .11 lail, he
said: "1 have IVce Vcd order, to eil
the dog's tail oil', and I w .1 d.. it,v(,'(t
qnt o.ii'c " A: I'.-rt Said, when m
one asKed him ,i he wu!, not puveiil
the cvaiviaii, n of Ki.ai t.n ni, ,e an
swered, dry i : "I slial! pi ooaliiv obey
my instructions." ,t Cairo, i,eU be
l'et;iscd an escort, he (xeiad I: "I
w ill go w.ih an army or m almi '."
And How, the latest 'of tie' scij e, of
these utter: ii'vs, ate! p i baps the most
charae:. r.-iic of a. I; ' You are men,
Hot women. Ii- no' :i:!-ald. 1 urn
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the Crr.'' niA mc.um.ik e 1 n lit iWn:
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the hll.eal Hlel KT"M r.tl : l.l.. rtti'I. I'h; ' .'Have he
mini'. 'lull-lira, Uie l' ent s u i':,re, n Htniitlj
tt ,n I'ctiiLtJ RUd Ii iVtMiiiiHinij, eliur-llie Sk h
met s, a jj, ,ea n l"o r- nii! Sure nti.r.' f e
i'nmi!i aio'i, I'litiurtt s,, j,. t-X'i'i 'fii skin
I! -tat fe-r n:.'l 1 i . t-1 Ke'i.V'e, i la im" ii-ic !e
in ireniinj Ki (1 ' . a. fur xf.-jh. . us i -..
or i.reit.. k a, I. ie ,.i,ea lie ! ui' !.. , hi. ' ' ulii
ti'inmrte 'iilieKM It- nia--nr.- tlm ulv li.f.t ln.i'e
l.i in! i.urtle'" tal -kiii i '"H.tia -r
( Tia- IP.i i. hi n. K- . ;.t. e-. ;s sue tr ,
lli-ioa r-pir' 1 1 a-e ol sit I',. tt muter Ii'h
ot, i rwiti a. f.tr ten yure. wniih -..v red t tr h
o ae. '-tn.dy itiid liaili-, Mid ut t t.! hl kaown
liie'lon!- id lr-Hinci.t hid I.e. it u.; !:i ii wuhai t
n- :i . M il a:h wt-curmeeiei cum d o i U- I,, the
(' te ti.-it liea.e 1 e-. ktVU. c.e.u hi,U heiillhy
M. ti Vk- Kwaa rr stei-sus-. I'.- tt-r-tu.
M Me: "Mar lfl.-li j n tetril.lt
all!:. t..l w It Scr f.jW. S-nt t:l:t-iiiu.'anl !rv.i-ill-ever
M i to- tt n- no-re nl ! lei-.mn,' we tli
cive !.i-d h rn unti tr:. tt u a .rill in d
ha l k'rndiinliy tared I; m, uuf.l l.e I- a- fair -
a 1 1 v rlii d.
II K. Cauckom. t. II-a i-a-.ii.. ;. V, ( r.d'o'f
P inis or !. i'ri.f. of te:rv vr. ft am: n-
by ('iffiirt U. ui- d-.-tt. Hi- i-.o-t muv'. rial i ar-
n retwril. A du'teniifn .of -i'.iI r t:i h'm da' ;y.
I'tiyf c if.-aict h'i fric-d- t! o ' ih'. he laa-t d '
( iire- ru f; !..-:'..r.! it ln'r- .f i a i..-a:e und
llet.der-ou tl.tft j.Mtio-iei.t c'tixelin
Mk- K . '.Viei'i'l.t:. Iit-.'aoir. I I . r -e. t':itt
hfrfuc.-. lit-tti. !:: s. in,- pa l of her h.i.jv vte-e
lii.i, rw lieadiov.red with -i-)t',s m,-l rt-l
ttlf-rei f-nr a.l.v si, I tr t.v. rt -tt aar Vr. n
! t'v cured ,y t'.e t'.ti.,;ra lieaclie, fr tn a
kin llti'ti .r
S .,tl . v-rvtthi re. I'rie,- - r'a: i'-'ira. M r, !,-; ;
.Iv.-tit, .n; r,' I'. .ii tn I'd o and
CllKM'l At. ( O , r,ut i , .ns. .
Si-rel for "11. .w to r.-re skit; Ill-en-. ."
m (irciit Iit 1 in ii Distillation id
W ifcli-ll.i.el Aliierii'iiu I ine, ( an,l
diiin Kir, Ma iobl, Clnvor
Miwsoin, Ktc ,
rur iht; I'r.m.Mllve K-t.-fnttd 1'.- m-oi i.t Cn-cof
v.-rv farm of ' 'stirra, fr n. a s' oiM" lb H'l t' d or
li.llel. to the I. -.f- of Sa:e'.:. 'I ,t . Hie! H air t..'.
iijh, I!-i.:m. i.iti-. nt d Iiniuieet ( oi --.ni. tam.
II- Ii- f ti lit v iu i, at. - in an. and ev. r . c a-.-. .Net ii
liajlike t (i ii'ifa . fr-iL'rai.t. :,"! .im' ( ure
te n i.h Irorr. il-t itjjp I a lion, ainl In rapid . rad.i al.
p.- loa: eM in d i.ev.-r la l:t, .
. Mi,,.- eot'i -ilteli. a! I' .r.- oi e I. ox ( a ),,t-ml S I
vi at and nif'.ri'i lalt'.'.-r. al! in oi,. p . ka.-.-.
Iiirmita: a 'o-npl -o-tt. ,-i i:ii-.;t, ( I nil (ir-ij.- I r
f..r santnrd - KviSml Car.-. I'miia:
I.l'.l u AM) ' H r MO AI.Co., Ilontotl,
B r..l u.'t '.'oPaii- Klii ir e I'i.t-
l.'i il.-i H'iv k!).-i -t- N-.-v-
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it"v Co:.. .iii-. ttj: a 1'oroii
I' u'te- for -e, . :.. I aiitrl.i-
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SUFFERINa NERVE Worn Milt 1' ,rt-. -tre. eil.eti.
'Ii I" M ..:. t.reve,. I) ... -. a d d.i. s aime in
ie--h.il tin- linn- It, an any o'le r pl.tpter iu the
tel. Sij.d evervtt here.
. 'ih.d jh.r-iun j Lu-.tcr 1.4
Vxwvwm t r tin (nil. k
ait i Ji-nrTr a ti .n in
N u n 11 y I, ani o ft.vk.
1 lvli''Uinati.-in, H- LiUca,
TrVk in the I:irk, FM r r Hip, N.--iu:r ft. Sti.T Juiua
u Mum Ii -j, Sort- ( iif t. Ki'in v Tnuuli-a arnl ull f.tin
or li'hm it in r I m.uI ,c U' (rTs4-Mt-i. It S.-th . Stn ii'ih
t:m arni Sttwuilutt tt tin1 aiT. 'I iii' virturs ut li'-9 ( -n-b:n
'1 with ifUTnt-H Ii nn u:'i r-uJy to apply. H-h-tlt t-
iiiiirui-rtt-, I'li'iiitt ninl baiva, I'ncc 'ii, w.iiX or 6 tr
ot ftn'l country
hltri-A. J!ml 1 on r-
n-ipt t't pn c. Il'ip ,
l'lut r t Vmipanj, I'm i
Irit t"rw, lUtstttn, Mut.h,
t fT ThflKiiit fiUiuly pul maflK Haulcy' StonKu h and
I.ivT Mll, ti. ) Irris-i'it In n- tp p ir' f-i-v tf. t.'ikr,
C A IK
FLOUR, (JRAIN AND HATi
Kgyptian Flouring h
iiflipst Cash Prioe Pai'l for Wleat.
A faonrltA ttrfUTtntlnn nf One of tbf
tnrnt noted and nucnistariil Ki.eoiallsts In thflTT.tt
(now r.-iired i r.tr thorurpof Ac no tin itehtlitv,
M.oxt ytnnliond, fnfcMiaiiri Drcaih yul
Ui ulu.u ot-uiotl t-u veltipfr.!. Liru(jnits tau Ull .1.
Addrail DR. WARD & CO.. Louiiian. Mo..
.WV. Dr. KEAN
Ubllttif-'t , li mill titAtUiX all I'rl
Va.lv, Norviiu. CiiiuijIc ftUtl hjjiflal itl
In'ni ' tty, F.mh rlUt-aaci. -tr. Cm
..i. n.n. i, 1aitr frrA.
Ur. Kn in Ih nnly ftiyikln In lh
rltjr tliMl wtrrttii.Krtirt or nnjiy, 01
lifo llltutntetl bwk. w S.ouu praicrltiiiwuii II b mill.
ii IS THE t'Bif
N K ADYKitTISKMKNTS.
I Al'l Ks or Voni i M. n Hi f v or iiiiitil In I tike
itt.e. hrlit ,i, n, itiit a.ik hi their own
liein. .;.' iii rt .iu t-iMly anil unli) nmtlo;
Will k i nt In tt a:. ; ti, i ,air tii-nliii.-; i i) ni ttr
H'l v. I'll. f H..nier- liriittl.le Ml,;. I'ti , I'liiliitlol
I'lila. I'a , til ,ttti I 1'.
- dv h;irrisioj
Hy ad I rem n... I K:. '. KutVKI.I. A I'll 10
.Sj.rut-v M .Sin Vork.ritn It aim the exn.l t net
ol m y i.ro.,)sf.i -i,e o AlVi- KUSIMi in AttU'r
'JJLiil' ."L".!". C 1 " il" f '"' I'l'':'. !"'
J; Ullkl "I Jitiue. I'lv.r Va., in unorih
. tl JlO l'r" "Uluiiu'i:!. Ului-tralid rlr-..-
. Hilar Irvv. J. f. MAXt'llA.
C iireintnti, Virginia. u'a'
,1 . '." ','!" t""V""l'"l' "'"I 11-. I've txler- al r.-m-odlao,
(' iinej.or 1'Ia-ter. I'rleeVac
I hnv.i a ii"-itn r.- n.-dyf.ir thenhnvixlnniiK hy o.
use Iheaa.il.dj et t .,. ill tin- ..ra kind and lil Itiua
hl.in.i. in; It. ivi h-.n tiir.-d. lit.l.-.-il, mi m rontr in my
I nt ft hi itnom.-ii. y, that I will h.-ml IWcl HuT'l'l I S
Ull K.tot;. tn. r tttib a V.M.U AI'.I.I', THKATINKnn
Hits dis.as.t, to ney Mitli-rer. iiin-tfioresi. and I'. 1 1.
d,lrt)M. Dll. T. A .Sl.UL'1; SI. l-U'e:illSl.,Ni-t V )W
A 4.1) ION'S MANIFOLD
Dv.T i ii.. i 'I ii.j -.-ts and '..tH tl iiHtrailoiis,
Mill, eron - nut:e -i tolmili... lar.'w ftavo, ti ,.IH;
l l.i"... . ll llnli. J- Ol -.i I,,, i, ,H.'i free. .'II ,1
'mi i. hill,.- ( ,on ,. !,,o;n-d. -i r: j.tive la'aioiiB
fie-. II. k- fur i-vi niiiiti in. he-nre t:i im !,t"(,ti
'V ' 1 !'! :!i. N T -' Id nt ' d.-.l
. i-h.-r 1- Ve-ey st yvm
iV.Oih KilKiou. Fi ice only $1
J'.V MAIL I'O-T I'AID.
fxhau-'.dV i i.-ty Serum- n 't I'ny-irai lie.
Mini r-s-mat it- lii-tii,.- ii, v JiT,, Kttt,t ol
..'I'll, am! ui.t , d ::. . ri... r.--u ti'ttr lr..ni ltd'i
rr. t on or . t.-.-i. A :..i, to- ,.v.--v m in. nmi,tf.
in ad!.- . . ti ,1. dCMii'mi... n j,r,.. r'j.t,nin
I r a I n. t.:.- . i , 1 1 it.r.tia- tt. . ai h i t,.- ot
vtli.-li ii- a.. a imI-!-. -o to i.il y -l... A-tthor,
ttho-.' Ui.t:.-:h .- I ,r '-1 te n- -, . irh a- i-ro'-at. y
lever h.-f !; ., !;,",,, ,,f it : v I !t i -1 -1 a 'i .-.)
ps.--, i -,r.-l ii v nut i , h'r t. t. i-ii- i ',. .-rtt'.t..
ed i -Vi .. : j t. .,!,: i ... ,J (., .. .,, i ,.rl
"i ' r. r -n-e r: tt..i.i. . . -.iri i d ;,roi.
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'i ''' r , .t I ;, r. l .1. ..- 1 lit elery
tt;--atr.- i oiit- ji.it, (,,- , . i,s.:aid.
I.iti-.rniivi .n:i 1 1.' t. rt-iit. .-t..l t.uw (.o'i
i:e . I .: .t .id. d ::,. ,-jtv.r In fa S t: a! , d:cal
A-.a ui in H e fte . r. i tti.it a Me f. f. tt
'I le-:.. al l l.r r.-ad i.v -le- ,-, an (, ;P.
It. -a. I. nn : I.. ti.- ,.t"..t t-, lorn ...1 li vtlii
l.t-t.e t a . - l.n: d. i. I aL-.i-t
'l ia r i.. i ne la-., r a! '-. to mtiorn tt.ii
t,H...tt I., i.. .,;. it,. .er i.. tr.. ;,,r. nt
tiua-d a:.. : -t-ti. r ,.r I. tc n,.t , A it ..tofit .
M'A . tt.e l,e.i,,..,f' . !.,. h. tat, , or l)r
W i l'-r.-r. N-.. I II.) diet st .-et. l non,
M I--., a a-, -i.t.i I,, r. i..-i.:t.i ,,n ail iltn- -t- re
it. .-.ll .ti. d .',..-l,, . (li-.,., r HI.1
Sit, '' 1, ! e I.e.- . t , . , V4ll4 !,
B!.' ! !:. .ar.- V. - taa, ti.-. - ,r.
617 St, Charles St., ST. LOUIS, MO.
A rui-itlnr fi-i,l,inin of two irif-llr.tl
roller, .. I, .is ),. :, ,, ,... 1 the tr.-a'-(ia
nt , I 1 I. ruin.-, N or i-liu, f-U 1 11 hi ,1
J If.... I III-. .,-..:, ,11 an, tl,. r l,,ieUu III
M. I ..ill, as ci'v 1 , . rt i'ir, a, I -,; ,.;, tr,t.
d.i,i kiott-. 1 ,i...i,t.i!.,n at .',. ttr bv 11. all,
fr. .- :ti.d let It. I A l'r I. -ltd t tillt ..r hi- ..'flt,..rt
C't. i.-.-i. it.tr. U'it.-n It I - la.-oi.v.-itlent to viMt
the el.t-.,r it 1 in,,. 11. n,. tt, mi s t an U eet
hi n.-ilinr t-x,r. s- 11 , rt 1,-r.-. itrat.a-ras. 1
t-a ir ,:. . I ; tt :. r. d iuLt i.v. ,ts it la Irjnkiy
Hat. i. I .1,! '! n r.te.
"nurostratlonritliiiitj. Mental ami
L' -1 1 '.' 1 w"p -1 - n 1 , Jlfjrorlal an 1) ot her
rtiftli)nof Throat. Skin miij Bones, Blood
Iniiuritltn and Blimil I'tn.nnlng, sVa Aftw-
t!()B,ftltiiirc 1 and VlrrM, Impullmf nt to
Marrlaire l:humatitn, I'IIm. Spcrlal at-
tfiillon 9 mn frnm orcr-orknl hraln.
y tlivfvl rfff lveiprlal attention.
IilH(-aM-jrlliifrnm Impruilonrei, :'f.se,
Imlulifcnrn or Kspoiurpi,
It I. n-:f.ei ld.-itt that a t tmit-iaa paving
Ii ::, 11!. ir all. t.t Ion to a i:a--l r.ttit attain
Vteat ki!l. and .hv-i-laiis In iiartilar t-ra.-t lers
all ov.-r Hip t-i. 11, iiv knoti ,t tin-, iri-.itieiitly
rfi-'.n,iniiel e i-es to lit.-o!d. -t i.:li,a- In Ani.-rl-i-a.
io-r- i-ii rv kmotn it.,h tie I- resorlt-J
to, at,. the prove. I c-oo,i i-.-tu.-iI i.-h of all
Bt'i-s und i-,iii,tries are 11..1I, A h liMltr-ls
tt.. d t'..riil'.ii't iaii-,-. t, ami ,i'l are tr.-.-tt. d vt lili
piilil in a re-j" i-ifttl iieiiiiii-r; .-ted. knowlntf
v. hat to do. let t-t .-riiiji iit ate inade. "n a.--riitnit
of tliB nr. at iiiiinher a;. ii I111;. tlio
fhars'e-. are kept lott-. oit. n Inwi-r than l di
n. ate 1. -I hv oilier .. If ion -i-ure the skill ainl
e.-t a -i-i .-.I" and n:rl'. i 't life t-nre. that It tho
lii,.,irt.t'it neitter. J'uui,hlct, jti Itaa'e. bent
to a: v addia ia liee.
pwrW 'MARRIAGE GUIDE i pages
i:i-ir:tiit rloth and ulit hlndln-.-. Sealed for M
rent-in ,o-t i-s-eor i-iirrenev. tivt-r lii'ly w.,ti-rt'-rlnl
i-.-ii .li-tiires. true tolife. artleles' on th
following stiiijei'ts : W Im may in-irri 'i who not :
whi y Trn'-ei-iitreta mam . ho marry li r -1 .
Manhood. Womanhood. I'hysa-al di-e.-tv. Whit
aliou!. I eiarrv. Jlow llt'e and huidiie-. may t.o
liier.-:i-e.. '1 ho.e married or eoiiteiiiplatlntr
rnitrrt Intr shoiiid ri-:el It. Itoutrhl to he read
hy all u i, tit .er-oits, then ke.t under loi-k and
ti-v, l'o nlar edition, tameas iihove. lint laper
cov. r and t "i pac-s ttnln hy mall, iu money
It is n hani'l. "s vrji-t ilde ynip. very d.-Ii. -loin t
tin- Lede. Ileiii-ve.-i at oii.-o und is a ii-ilivt- tairtr.
WINTER and BRONCHIAL COUCH
are cured l y lids t xi-elli nt rem. dy.
Tireclitms in tt n Imfjur.yts oiytnn'unj iviry l4tle.
l'j. -. !'. i.'.c - i
i.Ti.. i . . i. . .
si'irc a rui n ui m
ALT, T)lsF. l-.s fir THK HI.mn. PTOMArtl,
later. It.aiel-and Kldnevsj f,,r nil dle.t.n - i.ruin
it'iiif In Imi.aiinieniof Hie l.i1. a Ana nila, sh-k
llend u he, N.-rvi.ll-ni-ss, l elllllll- Wl'llklH-sti H, I. Iter
(illillillt. IVt.et..iil, Jiniridit-.', H. lli'iili-M Mid
K i In. v Ills, litis iii. ili.-ini- l iil.solnii ly ttnre.
Till- itii-dleifii. dai-H li-1 e..nt:iin .niy mliir:il, is ith.
Bol.lt. ly vefi tel. le, ri stores the l la.,.1 to n h.-allhjr
t-.,li.ili..ll. retrtlla'liiK .la' and U(i.lyili(; do-flclelli-li-s,
and iirt'ient.s iiieeaw.
I'irtcli'ms 111 Im tancuarrt nr. onj.iiny crtry bottle.
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICACO.
FOB SALE BY ALL DEUQQISTS.
Fgr Sale bv
PAUL G. SOIIUH,
Soccial Acts, in this eitr