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THIS DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEi NESf)A V MOKN1NU APRIL 16, 1684.
For the Cure cf C"ov.-;hs Colds
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t to a ti.i f.ivte cf tit aa-ft'S-. ;:-!. as I'-i-rrne,
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Pt.t in tS-cf. A r. TTt lbf.r Btet ltA:ii
niiit sa tii iHT-2 L.-wn is ctr-'.j
E-f.Sa'-nr'.Tr: CarrT'f UtUt LrrfrKIIa. srniZy
waa!..e in c out-: .pition, c::r.r. l1 jim.ttij
ti. itnevsij cotrpiiit, he bT a-nocorrea
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in r'.&zf v tri iv t; ih-1 wTitot W w-lij
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cuce c ur rrt-t LvtiU Wi p-J tiiie it whae
(sr. r'fc Lir'le l'-T r.'s ire try ftt.&:! ati
TTTit'j to t'k'i t "f r two p.r.g tiiki do-e.
They are t:r.c;.j Tt.'t& tta io t'-t pr:; er
'CTir, tutt'yth'ir pirnc fcciion j !-sse &U who
ie t'ipm. In 1 -k i-t -i t'i: t for $1. bvii
tjrcrt-lsU tvu-ywhutc, tr tent Ly xiAi
CiKTilR MEDICINE CO.. New TwL
THE BEST Til ISO KXOH'X
In Hard or Soft, Hot or ( old WatT.
P tTTtS LAtifin. TWK (tnct SO l AMtZ
IXiLV. a.i Kivea uniMil -ati ! k ti.u. J
lanmy, r.cn or i-o..r. x.o.-: e w.;...: .1
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ONLV i.lf K iio- r 1 t-:..v t. "i ai"
WUfd Cearn t.n avt: 3 ocl-.i. ai.l jt
From t.ms sournitH ;ow tti:-'-.:ocrli9o(
the -llXftJU-eS f tJ (,.,, ,,,,, T.j,.w
sj-mpUjai!iinc!ic:i.M Uiirettr:;ei.- r 01
ApptUj-, itowrU colhf, Si, k Itead.
r.iir, rniJniK4 after tilting, nverxionto
irtion of bo,jr or mimj, J.rnrtati,n
of form, trrltalUUty t trmptr,
plrlu, frMintf of havins; n-cl(tfft
tnmt dnty, iUxi.,e,,, Icit ir rlllt; at the
Heart, t bfore th tym, tiltlilv col
ored .f riii, t O.YS Tl lA I to., ,Jlt (le.
mana thr; u.-ie of a r:.ne.;y j;lf,t a. tsdlrcrtiy
ontlwUvc-r. As al-iver jr,! ,..,.,,. Tl'tT'H
PILLS nave no tial. Tji .ruction on tlio
Ki'lneys and kin is a:,o i.ron.j.t ; r:riiovii
all impuntir s throuKh tf.i ti.icc " euv
tn((er of the system." prf. ! uci iirnc
tite.sonnel diesii(in, ri-jfulnr fU,l. a i-n-ur
SKlnand aritroroui IkkIv. 'I t'TT'S I'll I s
iA, 1? nauw-a or j.-i-ij.ln- nor inlcrlero
with daily work and fire a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
IIE FEELS LIKK A 1M.1V MATi,
1 have had Uyfprpsin, with t'onstlna-tion.U-o
yfjars.tin.l lmvo tried ten ilitrcn-nt
,v',!!rl0iP UI"1 ,l l'TTVS are the first
that have Uone mc any fooil. Tliev liavo
cleans me out nicety. My t ,
have natura t.avWH. 1 fo.-l l.ke ,i
Hodev(Tywiirc.25c. OSi -...41 Mnrrivfit NT
TUTTS ME DYE.
Crat Hair oh Whiski:ks chanee,) jn
Btantly to a OUjuSX Black hy n slniflo mi.
plication of tills Dm. Sold tv DrugelsiH.
or Kt-iit by i xpresi on receipt of 1 ,
Offlee,44 Murray Street, '--iv Vork
TMTT'S MANAt Of USEFUL RECF!?TS fRff.
1:; Tin: would.
A powerful prprtftrjitlen
lrr-,k a,,i, ( ,r.
!' e- will ,i n, uatc iu the
n- 1. '.in in,. I Hlinost l.
Au litntt I aim.
EA5t;7kLi: CUSS ct
'3 Sore Throat, Pain'
1a Limut. atom
Or In m i:ir 01 Si :lt tn
W III Sllf -Oil ( ( HI IHMI
in-iohii iin kin ik
l'i I II III 1 , HOttM ,.
In I'lo-u iun ami ,.tln i(
lui 2 1 11 I'm t- uu
I'tetari ! emit t v
AOOB 8. MERRIll. 8 Louis. Mo.
T0 BALK B ALL LBL001HT8 AWD
lAi.X&il IN ISZDUNta.
Tlio remisylvnuiaDemoorrita in tho
House OHor to Coir prorniso
A Proposition Formu'-atel aal Presented,
but Its Eoceptioa D?:lia:i by
tie Illinois Leader.
The Bill Taken Up at O.-.e O'clock ty the
Close Vote cf 138 to 140.
How They VoteJ.
AVahimu..n. D. C, April 13. The
Pennsylvania Democrats iu the House
held a conference this .uoru-ttsrandagrvi-il i
upon a form of compromise respecting !
the Morrisva tariff bill. The i'To;.oif.vn j
was that they woul J airce to con-ide r an-.!
tow to pass a bill which will omit the !
horizontal feature and j-rovide for the ;
correction of inequalities, defects, and ir- j
Tor in the cxlstir.,: tariff anJ provide f..-r i
a reasonably r.;oJerate reduction of iu.-
terns liuiiis. atci for the repeal of all in- '
ten:ai use x-:t) t.n spirits distilled
frotr. cr.ii). a. 1 the atoiit.ori of all J ro- ;
.siC'l.S for lac tiiOre tvoao'Uic.iI Colli--.4- j
tlouil taxes on -:-:ri: dlstil.e.l from :
cr..::. t 'ar:it:. :or:u ami Mut.hler 4l
P wire a; poit.tcj a c.-s.-tnlttce to j
1 nt :.t the j-rojv.-itlon to Mr. M-rrUon, :
h..- i:.-ci:neii to entt-rtaiii it. Tnere wre i
a'.-ont forty i;e:::i.f-r n jt. Thof i-f 1
the Ft:.nlt3nia i!t-;i -Ration reo.ve .1 !
J;a:i-ia:;. wiu i iu his ,-at, ai. i I
sjis hewhl i.-jht ti.e consiJirutivU of !
Hi.- MvrrlM-n l.i.i a: t i-ry tej. !
onTY-KK.lII H c oNGUUs-s.
Wa.!un.,7.,, ). c., April 13. In the
Sehatv :o-cav -lr. I ; . s 1 r retorted favor
aiiyfromth- ('on.miv.ee en Eduia:io'a
and Lahor a bid, providing for a com
mission on the alcohol:-.- iiu-T tr.i:ii-.
senator I ngalis reported favorably from
the Ju-liciary Com:hi:tee a bill for th-.-relief
of Nez l'i r., ludhiiis.
senator .Miller of N. Y.i reported
favorably from the Finance Committee
a bill 1 residing for coinage n the lu-u-vt-r
At 1 p. m. Mr. Morr:on rnov.-d to
go into cotui.e
the i-urpose of
tee- of the
: his tantt
w hich was agreed to.
In the Committee Me-srs.
Kelly at once objected to th
tiou of the bill, and
and nays were ordered.
1 CoUside ra
resulting: Yeas. 1 4 ; nays, ps.
There were forty-one Democrats voting
in the negative and live liepublicans ia
the at'irmative. The liepublicans voting
yea were: Andrews, .lames, .Nehson,
Mrait and Waketh-ld. The lh-inocrats
r;: Arnold, Harbour, lioyle, Uudd,
Converse, Curtin, Duncan, llaton. Kiiiott,
Mrmantrout, 1'errell, Fiedler, Findk-y,
1 iuerty, Foran, (ilasscoi k. Hardys, Hen
ley, Hewitt f of Alabama :, llopkiiis, Hunt,
I.ami), McAdoo, Millard, Mi.ler, Mutcn
ler l'aige, l'atton, l'avne, l'ost, Uandall,
Hobinsoii (of New York,, ;-riggs,
tevcns 'of Mhiot Storm, spabiy. an
alstyne, Warner fof 'diio, V.:i-uiile,
Wilkinson, and Wis..- of Virginia.;.
yir. Morrison then proceeded to ad
dress the House in a carefully ore-part
speech. The greatest attention Was paid
during it- delivery, member leaving their
seats and crowding the aisles and spaces
Mr. K-.-liy of I'a.) folio weil, and in like
manner commau -h-'l the attention of the
tllen.bi-rs. 'ihe galleries Were (.Towde 1
with an unus-iaiyl intebigent and atient
b e cla.-s of visitors.
An Irate Ju-i Creates a Scene in Court.
W.i-iii.soP.n, I). C, Aprd 15.- Tak
your har. 1 a-.vay from my f ice," shouted
Judge Cur' is in th.- J-mh-xw. ia ,uirv h's
niormug. 'T .o;.
any farther to the:
t.ons nor to sit ','
bute your in.-oilts.
directed to du !g
Mri. be Long, as
t pr-u.oo: to jv.bt-.lt
!(; s.ca! ''.I'-ii.Oi-i-'r.i-sl-tiy
w hi.e you di-tri-'
Th- -,.; v. or H Wer.;
Arrnauv, couriv.-l for
Armaax was standing
: e--le a tube: ia U
rm of the Hou-e
Committee on Nav a!
in! r4 the n.i ur aii-t N'.:
him -at Mr. Curti ,
Co..iu. The committee
table. Curti-s made son
as if entering an obiecti
;at about the
VO' .ai -OU'l i
n to the in-
(tuiry, and Judge Aruaux had thrust his
hand before the former's mouth good
humored!-as he said, Put, tut:'' when
Curtis uttered threatening words and
half raised from his seat. His eyes
Hashed tire as he looked hard into the
face of his plucky little colleague. With
out hesitation Arnaux again placed his
hand oi ei- Curtis' mouth and smilingly
repeated, "Tut, tut." It looked as though
the wordy war would end iu Inoodsh.-d,
'Dni'tdo tint again, sir," exclaimed
Judge Curtis. "The committee rules,
not you; and I will submit no funnel to
your insolence." A de ad silence of half
a minute ensued. While counsel glared
at each other, the chairman of the com
mittee s'roked his beard and said calmly:
"l'roceed with the witness, Judge .Vr
naux." New comb's testimony w as un
important. A Rumor Explained.
Washinoion, 1). ('., April 15. -Commander
Schley of the proposed Greely
expedition furnishes un explanation of
the rumor that the Greely party hasbecu
rescued from a mass of iloating ice by a
whaling vessel, in the following dispatch
to Secretary Chandler. The crew of the
sealer Fox were rescued by the sealer
An tic from an ice llocyour"days since,
which probably gives rise to tlie rumor
from St. John of the Greely rescue.
Washington, b. (.'., April 15. The
1'rcsldcnt sent to the Senate to-day the
nomination of Charles II. Coon, of New
York, to be Assistant Secretary of the
Treasury, Wee New, resigued.
Mrs. Fillmore's Will.
I Bt i iM.o, N. v., April 15. The Fill-
more will contest has been settled for
I -1" ' The ca-e has been in litigation
, for two years. Suit was brought to up
I the will .,( tin.. iut(. Mrf(, curoiine Fill.
moie, widow oi ex-l'resldeiit Fillmore, by
distant relatives, who had been over
looked In the will. Mhl.-l, beouenthed thu
bulk of his fortune to various charitable
mill art Institutions. The eround of suit
wa that Mrs. Fillmore wan not la ler
right mind at the time the will wax made.
Tiif will was sustained hi the Surrogate
Court last Deeeuibcr.
i i:i:v.inM-s Air.vu,
Whence th Triumphant Soul of Old
Jo!;u Brown Went Marchtntf Ou-A
Fi'M) l'l' Lao, Wis., April 15. A re
cent article iu an eastern paper, statiiu?
j .hat the scaffold upou which John Browu
j waslian-jcduas been purchased by an East
i im pecu!ator, has created considerable
j more interest in Fond du Lac than iu
! some parts of the Union, though win r
j ever there are survivors of General
j 1'aitersu's command of 30,000 men
there the same interest in the specu
lator's purpose ootains. It Is given out
that t.n- purpose of the ai!i'-.".d
'!:h.iser of the John Brown scaf
fol.! is to cut it up into very diminutive
pieces and sell the same as relics. A
very interesting enterprise this is, to be
sure, to people u'encraliy, but is especially
1 i::izlv.z to surviors of l'attersons iU
i:.'ii, who reiiniubered that between the
an I -1st of duly, l ;i, they were
j urtl.-ipants iu a raid 011 the only original
.1 hn llruwn scaffold, and that as a scaf
fold ;t was then demolished root and
branch. The soldiers of this command
were years ahead of the schemer the pa
per refers to in cuttins the scaffold into
fragments for relics. The pur
pose was so strong to have a
piee- of the tiuiU-rs, and the pur-
s.i 1 so searemng, i:iai wuen I'ttttersoli
ii.. on marched away not a splinter of
the oimi nsloi.s id a very much abbrevi
3t u lead-pencil Wa left of that scaffold
w h'.ch the eastern fraud is to sell so fa.-i.
t'oionel '. K. Tier, t'oiouei T. 11. tln-en.
(apt ii'i M.lt. liiveti, llavid Iiabcock, and
T. f". t:ot.g. dr , an- among the Fond du
vho can testify to the truth of
report, and tho two lirst named gen
en hive recount-. I the history of tint
on the John Browu scaffold verv
irapiiicai y in recent conversation, llaeh
of ttit-se oetitiemen and other soldiers of
t orn;' any 1 of the First Wisconsin, display
r i.c- of the early visit to I'hariestoii.
fr ,.! wh'eia I'atterson's command carried
the sea 2 ild piecemeal, but entire.
Burned at the Stake for Murder.
1,:i:kn:um. Tlx., A jrii 15. About p.
in. Saturday at l.ogau, in Burleson Coun
ty, a station twenty-two miles north on
the Santa Fe lload, a negro man named
trlbbs killed the wife of L. 1. .Moore, a
highly respectable farmer, with an axe
because she refused to let hint sit at the
supper table. Mr. Moore was not at
home, but arrived in time to see th.- mur
derer e-cape. The entire community
turne d out and on Sunday afternoon, lat .-,
captured the negro at a point ten miles
east of Lyon-, on the prairie. He resisted
j and was shot iu tne back with a load of
; buck-shot before he was taken. He wa
I then put it) a wagon and hauled back te
I Lyons, arriving between ten and eleven
o'clock at night. By this time public
feeling was highly incensed. A crowd
secured chains, tied the negro to a post
oak sapli.vg, and tearing down an old dry
house, made a funeral pvre around him.
Then saturating tie: wood with coal oil a
match was applied, and the wretched
murderer was soon literally roasted to
death. His charred remains were seen
yesterday morning in a sitting posture
with Ids arms hugging the tree. The
li' gro was an escaped convict, who was
coved as a farm hand bv Moore.
had the reputation of being a very bad
Bu-iness has been
i in M'-xi.-o.
I The Ohio Legislator.
1 till January.
I i iii re is a h:g ris
I at Montreal.
in ti e St. Lawn-nee
j 'In- btii.ii!- riot invest
I uban advje.-, indicate that
; f onriMi..;. to g iin -ir- ngth.
Th.- New York lrebyt. ry has
V 1 for nee y churches,
'ihe s!o-;k market Mas Weaker
i gift of
dav t.:an for a long time p ist.
Ilmigration fr'.m ( aiiada to New
land factory towns is increasing.
An attempt was mide Mud ay to us
s l-sirc.te the 1'resid- i.t. of toiateinaia.
Th'-re is a rumor at St. Johns, N. F.,
that tl.e Greely party has !.,. rescued by
a wh tb.r.
The Ciocinna'i election frau is are to
be i !i e-tigat.ed by a committee of the
i-maii bigna's confi-renee with the
sh- iks friendly to the Briti-h hailed to
I roduce any pa' ilic i.-siiii.
llxports of ca'tl'-. hogs, i,..,. j.f.p a!lli
dairy products !a-t montii w . re only about
half as great as in M ircli, 1
Advice.s from B -rber show that the
Arabs .are plundering the surrounding
country, but give no news from Khar
toum. A convention of cattle dealers will be
lii-ld in St. Louis, November 1 7, for the
purpose of forming a National Associ
ation. Thirty-three thousand volunteers took
part in the Faster m in.euvres of British
troops at I'ortsmouth, Sheerne.ss and
The aggregate of clearing house trans
actions last week indicates a heavy de
cline as compared with the correspond
ing w ei k last year.
Grass Texas sheep ,,f cigh'y-cight
pounds average weight sold yesterday in
St. Louis at, the very good figures of
SI.5o pt r loo pounds.
Hubert Stather lias been sentenced to
four years' imprisonment at Halifax for
making false entries in books of tin; Do
minion Finance Department.
Madrid newspapers profess entire con
fidence that American Inllui-nce will be
adjusted with a kindly regard to Spanish
interests in the Cuban matter.
F.nglaml talks of disbanding the Mgyp
tian iirmv to lighten the lluaneial burden
or at least to inake a larger part of the
revenue available for pavim-nt of the
The last batch of dynamiters arrested
Is expected to produce an Informer or
two who will tell whether the organiza
tion lias its head ptiarters In America or
In the patent case of Hoe against Scott,
the Cnited States Supie.ne Court decides
that no appeal is allowed Iroiu decision
of the Commissioner of patents to the
Secretary of the Inter'or.
Oatl.crinsr for tho Ovation to the
Black Chief at the Peoria
A Somewhat Tame Assemblage When
Measured by the Sedalia
Who Are the Candidates for the Various
Positions, and Who are Likely
to Get There.
TkoLIa, III., April 15. It is feared that
the proceedings of an Illinois Represen
tative Slate Convention will prove rather
a tame dish for the Intellectual stomachs,
which so recently digested the highly
si a oned proceedings of a Missouri '"har
mony" gathering, notwithstanding
the fact that the stakes lure are
rich otlicial plums, while the
s'akes there were only scalps. The as-s.-uibl
'd delegates and lobbyists imagine
that they are ha inn '
IV AW Kl I. MXlTI ISO T 1MK,
ot your correspondent has mingled
among th.-iii for half a day w it hout bear
ing anybody called a "boss" or chief, or
a putrescent aristocrat, or a public cor
iftipt oni-t. What they call a real lively
convention would give any Missouri He
puuiican the blues,
There is a great preponderance of silk
lug iri's ill the Northern delegations.
'Ill-- iliffcl'clK-e between a silk hat here
an I a silk hat at Sedada is that the sbk
l .t here hasn't g"t dough under it.
In fact, that Sort of a tile al
most uniformly covers a fellow who is up
to snuff, and win), therefore, had schooled
himself in the use of the machine. It is
not at all an exaggeration to state that
the gathering here averages fully an hun
dred per cent, higher than tiiat at Seda
lia, n-a lie. a Use it represents such a sii-
i i i r constituency, but because its eon
s'. tueiicy insists on bung represent d
and ha.- h anied the importance of exer
e.sh.g the franchise, as statistics show.
1 I i. lioVKKNHI!.
concede the nomination on the iir.-t
badot to jolly old Dick (igicsby. Indeed,
at no time since lie announced him -ell a
cai.-lidate has anybody for a moment
('on: -ted the triumphant termination of
G'Vernor Hamilton who is here, and
receiving royally, lias evident y made Up
h's mind to roost low, and be jsatiticil
w.th an appointment as delegate at large
to the Chicago Conv, miou an honor
which w ill probably be tendered him in
view of his little disappointment in his
hope to succeed himself.
The convention Is to nominate candi
dates for the following offices, besb.b'S
Governor: Secretary of state, Lieuteii-ant-Governor,
state Auditor,- State
Treasurer and Attorney-General. Iu ad
dition to this it elects four delegates-at-laog-
to Chicago, forms a new state
( . ntra! Committee, and forms an elector
1IIK I .iSI'lIullls lull LIU I I LN.VN I-iiOV-
are J. C. Smith of Chicago, General Julia
I. liinaker, of Carlinv ille ; J. II. Jaeger,
of Alton: W. p. Brad-haw, of Ldvvards-viin-:
and J. M. soiithworth, of Wood
stock. The fight seems to be betweeu
Smith who claims to have 1M5 votes from
the North, and liinaker, who claims a
large following in the south end.
I'oli si;. l;n I Al;y ok - i I K,
II. I). Dement, the present incumbent,
and L. I'. Woll, who edits a l'eoria paper,
are the only candidates. Mr. Dement
has the call for the nomination in the con
vention. For Auditor, Mr. C. 1. Swigart, the
one-armed h'-ro of Kankakee, will have a
walk around, or walk away, or whatever
T he nomination for Treasurer w ill be
tile most exciting episode of the gathering.
The candidates ar.-Chnrles Becker, acrip
pied veteran, strongly backed by St. Clair
County: Jacob Gross, who goes into the
tight backcal by the vote of the full Cook
County delegation 11)7 votes. 'The re
sult in this matter will depend largely
upon who is su cessful in the race for
If Smith wins for Lieutenant-Governor
Gross will be dropped for 'Treasurer.
If Kimtker wins Barker will probably be
dropped. The chances are in favor of
15 -cker, howev er, all hough He re is some
talk again-t him on account of
tho county he comes from.
Kult A l IOJiM V-OI-.M.IIAI.,
the candidates are .las. McCartney, the
present incumbent, and Geo. Hunt, of
l'aris. A short time ago some short
sighted parties issued a circular in which
a heart-breaking account was given
of bow McCariney hoi lammed his
four-year old son with a cam
because he wouldn't pick his hat up
out of the mud. Thestjry has been re
peated and maguilied by one side till the
cane has assumed the proportions of a
fence rail with spikes iu it, and McCart
ney's scion has been converted into a
bloody ruin, and the other side is.
ready to demonstrate that the Implement
was a bunch of straw, or a stuffed club.
On the whole McCartney seems to have
prollted r.tthi-rthan suffered by the circu
lar, and he has slightly the advantage in
Is to be held in a big frame structure
which used to be a variety theater, but
now lias the word 'wigwam" written all
over its front. It is an admirable place
for the business and Sedalia would do
well to borrow it for the next "harmony"
conv ention, us nothing about it can be
marred seriously. 'The hall is being ar
ranged under the supervision of Long
Jones, who is a very superior man for
convent. on purposes, being the tallest
and galliest man in the State, and
chairman of the St.tte Central
Committee. The temporary chair
man has not yet been selected, but will
be at a caucus to-night, alter the Chicago
delegation gets lu re. If that body sus
tains its reputation, It will n't as
yeast to the body already gathered,
and maybe we will have some
fun aft'T all. A majority of the
twenty Congressional Districts have
it ready elected delegates to Chicago, and
all except those from three Chicago dis
tricts are for Logan. Two of these three
are for Arthur, and the third has a con
tested delegation. The other districts
will make their choice to-morrow, and
Jioy.tn will get nearly all of them.
Heavy Gold Shipniont.
Nrw Yokk, April 15. About .Sl.h'oo.Oor
In gold was shipped by the .steamer Werra
A Significant Fact.
Nkw Yohk, April 15. To-day's Trl.
Imic says: "The convention which meets
at Ilarrisburg to-niorrovv derives Its
chief Importance from its furnishing
an expression of opinion by the He
publicans of Pennsylvania as to tho
choice of a Presidential caudidate.
A Congressman at large Is the only
nomination to be made other than Presi
dential electors, and If the Democrats had
done th"ir duty iu the Legislature in pass
ing a just apportionment bill there would
be no Congressman at large to be chosen.
To-morrow's convention will afford a
striking contrast to the one that met in
the same p!a-'c iu l.sso. That was called
on short notice, early In February, for the
purpose of rcgisteiing the will of one
man. Nearly all the delegates to that
convention were appointed byself-perpet-uating
county committees. To-morrow's
convention will meet after sixty days' no
tice and w ill be composed of gal delegates
chosen by the people, and h'-d of those
delegates are for Mr. Blaine for Presi
dent. In lsso fie received twenty-three
votes from Pennsylvania to the National
Convention. 'This y.-ar lie is assured of
iifty-oiie with a possibility of a larger
number. That is certainly a sigiiillc.int
fact, cousiih riiigtliat Mr. Blaineis merely
a private citi.cii without any patronage
and is opposed by the machine thit so
long has ruled Pennsylvania."
sl.AIN I HUM AN AM!tl'-ir.
A Crawford County Mdl Owner Mur
deracl by His Partner.
Si 1 1 i.v it i t , Mo., April 15. Un Satur
day morning the dead body of Win. C
White-house was found in the Mcrauiee
bottoms, in Crawford County, riddled
With hue v.-hot. lie was to all
appearances killed by Oliver
L. B -II, w ith whom he had fought a few
days before. 'The men were pai tilers in
tiie owner-hiii of Wilson's mills, on the
Sa'em d Little Hock Ivoa 1. Whitehoiise
lea I b"i n to Siigo Furnace, on Ids way
home he was waylaid by B'il, who
concealed hlm.sUf behind a large
tree by the path along which
Whitehoiise was return!. :g. His body
contained tweiry buckshot, and lie must
h ive die I without H struggle, fi ll is
about tiiiity-six, stout tin Id, w -ighs
two hundred an I two pounds, but not
tail, lb- wore a dark blue frock coat,
light jian trow-. is, h avy brogati shoes,
a b.u- shirt and a biaek hat. His cloth. -s
were rattier shabby. His hair is black
and his mustache dark, sandy and heavy.
A liberal reward is offered f..r his appre
hension. 'Tin- murdered man leaves a
widow and three small children.
TllllOLi.II A TKh.iLi:.
Frightful Accident to a PasseniferTrain
- Burned to Death.
Ciiii vou, III., April 15. The Dnltj
.V. Chattanoogo, 'Ti tin., special says:
"Two terrible accidents occurred on the
Western i Atlantic Hillvvav early this
morning. A passenger train, w hich h-it helfc
last night, went through a trestle near
Ackvvorth, C.i., and the engine, tender,
mail and smoking cars were dashed into
the torrent, lid. War.-, a mail-weigher,
was burn.- ! to death, and the eng.neer
and fireman are beli.-ved to be fatally in
jured. 'The conductor and several other
train men are badly bruised. No other
passengers were injured. The accident
is due to the territle rain storm of last
night, which caused many washouts on
Out of One Scrape and Into Another.
Stiiinvvii.it:, III., April 15. Mrs.
Catherine Young, a t. looming matron of
ilfty-thi'.-e, app-ared in curt yesterday
and sued for divorce because lo r husband
some months ago had deserted her. The
bill was granted at three o'clock and the
happy woman tie n joined a gentleman In
Waiting at the door and together they
sought the County Julg-, who married
them in less than thirty minutes, and sent
them on their way rejoicing.
DOWN 'I II K. SHAFT.
Fatal PluuKe of Two Miners Near Joplin
-Fallintr Fifty Feet.
J.d i.iN, Mu., April 15. News is re
ceived lu re this morning of a serious ac
cident at Lehigh, a mining camp eight
miles west, late yesterday evening. Min
ers named Jones an I Brown were coming
out of the- mine together on the rope.
The machinery got out of order and the
lii'-ii took a shoot at a raj. id rate. The at
tendant at the top of the shaft applied the
brake and the machinery was chirked
with a sudden jerk, throwing the men
(loin the rope to the bolt i.ii of the shaft,
about lift v feet below. They were Soon
brought to th" top, but f ataby injured.
Tak-;n From Ja.il and Hnntfjd.
(Tin vi, o, III., April 15. A special
from Mount sterling, says: "Henry Kil
bnrn .'whit.-;, and B. n. Strong ("colored),
arrested on suspicion of the mur
der of William 'Thorp, were taken
from the jail in Jackson to Breathill
Sunday at midnight, by fifty masked
im n, and hung to a tree. A notice was
pinned to their breasts to tho effect
that perpetrators of such crimes would
be served the like punishment. Kilburn
had killed eight men.
Wasimn'oton-, D. ('., April 15. The as
sault on the Protestants of Carbonnear,
Sunday night, culminated last night in a
serious affray, Iu which si,ts were ex
changed between the belligerents, but up
to the present time none are reported
mortally wounded. All last night an Or
ange body was under arms, parading the
streets of Carbonnear.
Shot by His Clerk.
Macon, Ga,, April 15. William
Laiidsbury, of the firm of M. Nus
bauiu Co., an I J. H. B. Danforth,
entry clerk of the il t in, had a dispute yes
terday morning in reference to the
amount agreed upon for the hitter's sal
ary. Last night Danfroth went to the
store and without a woid of warning
shot Landsbury live times, killing him In
stantly. Another Poutmaster Gone Wrong-.
W.m.m i HiiMiK, Auk., April 15. Sam
W. Stairs, Postmaster ut this place, left
last Friday, saying he was going toJones-
I oro, and has not been heard from since.
II is bondsmen took possession of the ofllce
ye-teidiiy and discovered a shortage ol
.ssiio, Mr. stairs had just been elected
Mayor and was a delegate to the He-publican
State Convention at Littlo Hock.
f ,t every fo in of
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Pimples to Scrofula.
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