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CAIRO, ILL., TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 10,
A happy surpriso it was to Mr. A. It.
Norton, of Hiistoi, conn., when ATui.oruouoa
put him on his foot, ami sent him cheerfully
about his tmslni'Ks. Lt him tell hla own Htjry i
"Alwut throe wfck.s uk'o I wua taken
with a severe crick in the buck. For four days
I u unable to turn in tad without help, and
when UfU dupcrmiil not etmidmi my feet Iwik ,
luduond to try A tiimii'IIOHoh, af Uirall the usual
remedies failed. Iu a) uiimiti after takin the
Hint diwo I coulil ta.ar iuy wuijfht uim my tu t.
In two day h I whh ahla to (ret alxmt ami attend
to biimiHHH. In two other caw.a which have
come to my kuowlertire itM uo ha becu atuuded
with tlii) same remilt."
A poor man in I'liilatloipliia had to bor
row a dollar to buy a bottle of Atiii.opiioiuh.
On ucrountfif his poverty his name bhull rwimln
ft secret. He had mitTcn-d terribly from ltueu
inailhm. Hi: tfratefully writin:
" I took my first (w) Tuesday afternoon,
and on Wednesday, after but seven dc, I hid
not a sharp or severe ache li ft. Then I rediurd
the dose oue-half and took the remainder of the
bottle, wo alii to 1 steady at work till Hit
unlay, when 1 took a eeni cold and was tm
able to urn my 1' ft hand. I purchased another
bottle and by bed time I found relief. The
Ditdnrlne lit all you clauo for it."
Fiii'l all the fault you choose with it! aii'l
l et the faet remains, that it is doinn what
V other medicine ever could do i'r J the .
mutism and Neuralgia.
If you cannot pet ATnurnci:os uf yo r
glsl, wo will send It express paid, on r ui
n-fular price one dollnrper bottle. Wfj.i. . .
that you buy it from your druist, but II
ha.-nt It, do not be persuaded to try Hotnethli,'
cLv, but order at once from us as dlrcx-ted.
ATKLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
The EiHiror Ixmin Nai''lecn smoked
only the llniTt o-ars the world could I r
di.re. Ifof ffonifiird nay Die Cruror
ciirani were made iK-,iuly for biru m Ha
Tana from leal t.iba.roK'mwti iij tin- tl'iMeii
lielt of Honh C'nl!I:a, thin tviuirthc (irent
leaf trrown. iJiaekweii'n Iiull Iiurtian.
hniokiiitr T'ila-o if h.a-le frn the Kime
leaf tihl in Uie Kij.(H'rtir'n atfar. m alwi
luti'ly pure and ; uiniucabuhably the Uvrt
tot.at'co ever offered.
Thackeray's trf'.e.I Aatitditrr. Anne, In
her skekh of Alt n d Teuiiynoii, in II kjt i
Himihly, WW "f her vim t. the irnat poet
Khe found him sun-kiiis? l;lai'kw-l!' Hid!
Imrham TJc-o. mA h!ui by Hon Jarn'-a
Icuiwll I:weit, Au.eriuan Mliitvr to Uie
Court of M. Jamea.
In these daya rf adultTatlon.it inafm
fort to amokeri tn noif Uiat the BuU Dur
hain brand i aLwlutely (niri-. and niade
from the lrt toburo the world Todii(a.
Ulai-kweU'a bull Imrhaui Kmoknuc To.
bvco la the (c and I'linut made. All
dealer have It None in hume without
the trade mark of the J;tUL
I Mf.l Wt?S K-.?f.
C. W. IIEXDERSOtf
No. lltiCoinincn'ial Ave.,
Sole Aaront foi the Ccieluufed
Mautifaftnrer und Dealer In
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work,
Builder!"' Hardware and C'lirpetbTi'' ToM J, Tk'i'c
H'l 111 IUV 1.11 an.
The ahove t roi'K bottom price".
Corner l.'tli at.d Conimerciai Avenm , Cairo. 111.
Telephone No. .
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Miieto to Order.
8th St., bet. Ohio I-cvee & Comnierelal Ave.
CAIRO, - ILTi
Ropairins: neatly done at short notice.
NEW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND UW.K I L.
The Largest Variety SUwh
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VjSKY CLOSK
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Ninuteonth atreot 1
Oiimmurclal Avennn I
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CLAKKSON, Agent.
No, MO Mth St., Cairo, III.
fWOnoa Htock ana" Prices KcMonnMcwSEl
Hrcta.' Hlateel Knivei, Forku Ktiu So.iouk. t.raiiite
Iron Ware. Henln Earthenware. W'h te .Moniituin
Freesnric, Water t'nolirH, Hufrieriitor, cluthea
WrltiKerK. t'rown Fmter'. Step Ladde'i", (iurden
Impli'inente, tioliluB hiurOil Stoviv- ou-t in the
world, (.'imp of everv dencrl, tme. Klain IU1,
Car,e t Sweiiieri", F uther DiiiH-rx. lirooui". in
dow Screen V're Cloth, l-'ull mpply ol i-'ishinfi
UNDER THE TURF.
Reduced to Poverty and Without
FrlendB, Old Abo Buford
The DaBhing Cavalryman, the King of
the Turf, and the Erratic Christian
Surrondors to lato.
Queer Theological Doctrines Promulgated
by a Mind Diseased Tom Bu
Ixwanai-oi.h, June 9. General Abe
Iittford, the fauioui Keptucky horseman,
committed buicide to-day at Danville,
Inch, by shooting himself through the
heart. Cause, general despondency, oc
casioned by loss of money and friend.
General Buford excited public attention
about two years ago by joining the Chris
tian Church at Louisville, and publicly
proclaiming his retirement from the turf.
One year later ho again appeared on
the course, for which he was ar
raigned by the press, but argued the
possibility of being a Christian, and a
horseman at the Mine time. lie was
once the owner and traiuer of some of
the most noted horses in this country.
IX W All AM ON 1 UK TUSK.
Abe iiuioid was one of the best cavalry
olllcers of the war. At its close he took,
as was natural to u Keutucklan, entirely
to the tnrf, on which he conferred honors
by his uprightness.
Ills colossal form made him a standing
mark on every track, and his skill in
breeding, selecting and racing made
him about the best known tnrtlte It the
West. The news of his conversion to the
church required strong conllrmatloii be
fore being credited and was doubted by
his co-rehgionists from the moment he
pave hi- celebrated lecture to the church
K'KTS at Louisville on "The horse as a
iactor in religion." He s:iid then that
not only had his earthly body been saved
Ir-nn hostile bullets by'lWMy horses, but
that hu believed his soul would not attain
pence bliss until drawn to the ivory
gates by the shades of Knquirer Mo
WhirtcT. He miou after joined the staff
of the Spirit f the Tnrf, In Chicago,
leaving it to start a sporting paper In
I.oufcville, which, however, has not yet
seen the light.
TOM lu ioitn.
Some months ago his brother, Colonel
Tom Huford, escnped from the Anchor
age (Ky.) Insane Asylum, where he had
bc-c.-n placed after his acquittal of the
murder of Judge Kllott. When he es
caped he was scarcely past the prime of
life with robust constitution and power
ful physique well preserved. lie re
turned broken in body and spirit, with
out money, hope or friends, and almost
destitute of clothing.
Returned to Their Posts.
Washim.wv, D. C, June 0. Senators
Hill, Blair, l'lutnb and Conger were In
their seats in the Senate to-day, having
rcturnc d from Chicago. About half of
the Congressmen who wcut, have also
returned. Nearly all are outspoken lu
admiration of the ticket and platform,
rv-nator lllair is articularly welt pleased
with the platform, and Senator Hill, au
original Hiaine man, Is enthusiastic in
his praise of both ticket and platform.
Congressman Dingley, of Maine, is not
alraid of the much talked of independent
movement. The bolters can not even by
combining with the Democrats beat
lilaine and Logan, who will carry New
Kngiand with a whirl. Representative
Long, of ilassachusetts, will have noth
ing to do w ith H.U independent movement,
and will support the nominee. Blaine
and Logan, he thiuks, will carry Massa
chusetts. Consular and Diplomatic Appropriation.
Washington, D. C, June 9. The
consular and diplomatic appropriation
bill reported from the Senate Appropria
tion Committee to-day Increases the
amount appropriated in the bill as it
came from the House .$801,800, making
the total amount appropriated by the
bill l,765,57o. The changes made by
the bill as reported make the aggregate
appropriated $370,OOuO more than the
appropriation of last year's bill.
Washington, 1). C, June 9. It is the
gossip here that John A. Logan consented
to accept the Vice-Presldt.'utlal nomina
tion because ho believed he could not bo
re-elected to the Senate, and that Lincoln
refused to have his name used for the
Vice-Presidency because he knew that
Logan would accept It, and thought that
he himself would be Logan's successor in
the Senate. There is a general belief
here that should Hiaine and Logan be
elected, Lincoln will he Logan's succes
sor in the Senate.
the tickkt's chances.
Congressman Dingley, of Maine, who
was one of lilaine's leading advocates at
Chicago, said to your correspondent this
morning that Hiaine and his friends were
heartily glad that the New Vork Times,
Hostou Jlcmhl, Aihcrtiae.r and other al
leged Republican papers had bolted tho
ticket, becauso they were only Repub
lican in name aud would do the ticket
more injury than good If they supported
it, as they had been " ndvocating
free trade and other heresies an
tagonistic to the Republican party.
He believed an Independent ticket
would be forced Into the lield by the In
dependents in New York, New Jersey
and Massachusetts, but predicted that
B ainc and Logan would carry each of
these States beyond any doubt.
Sergeant-at-Arms Seedom, who is in
fluential In Democratic politics In Ohio,
says Blaine aud Logan can not be beaten
in Ohio, unless Senator l'ayue or Gov
ernor lloadlcy is on the ticket.
Atf lXDKVENDENT TICKET.
Kx-Govcrnor Long who, with Senator
Hoar, led Edmund' forces from Massa
chusetts, at Chicago, says the ticket is
pUmomenally strong lu every locality,
except southern New York; that it will
carry Massachusetts, and that the differ
ences in New York may be straight
ened so that that State may be carried.
He will support Blaine, but anticipates
an independent ticket,
Washington', D. C, June 0. Senatoi
Logan was in his seat this morning and
received many congratulations.
A conference committee was ordered
ou the labor statistics bill.
Senator Vance submitted the views oi
the minority of the committee on prlv!
ileges and elections on the DanvllU
Hill to further define and limit the a
pellate jurisdiction of the Supreme Court"
of the United States was favorably re
ported from the Judiciary Committee.
During the consideration of bills fo
the removal of political disabilities. Sen'
ator Beck briefly animadverted about tit
Senate "peddling out" bills of this char
acter, asking why a general bill was nol
reported for the removal of such dlsabilP
"There is no probability," said Gar
land, "of such a bill being re.
ported, because the majority
committee being opposed to
it can not be reported.
More, I can
"Thit's good reason," said Stnato
Beck, "aud It's no, I beg pardon, I will
not say what I Intended. It's good rea
son why such a bill cannot be reported."
Senator Vaa Wyck offered a joint
resolution from the Committee on"
Public Lands prohibiting the Secretary
of the Interior from certifying or patent-1
lng lands to railroads or corporations
until Congress acts upon any bill or re
port from the committee declaring the
forfeiture of the same.
Senator Beck offered a resolution,
which went over, instructing the Com
mittee on the Judiciary to report back
Senate bill uuiuner three for the removal
of political disabilities, with such recom
mendations as the committee may seo
fit to make.
The minorty report presented to tho
St-iutc to-day on the Danville riots, is
signed by Senators Vance, Jonas, Pugb
aud Salisbury. It is a voluminous report,
in which the testimony of many witnesses
is carefully reviewed for criticism. Tho
minority deny In the strongest terms the
principal accuatiou of the majority, that
the Democracy of Virginia originated the
race issue in the last canvass in that State,
and claim that the majority iguorod all
the proof which places ttie "Boot on tho
other leg." They claim that the riot in
vestigations were instituted merely for
political purposes, and that this is clearly
proven by the fact they are admitted to
be, outside of Congress. The minority
en Icavor by correcting what they deem
the unfair deductions ol the
majority to vindicate the white
people of Virginia, who have been
ungenerously and improperly assailed
In the report of the majority.
The seats of the Republicans who were
absent last w eek were only partially filled
this morning, oue-half apparently not
having yet returned from Chicago; but
enougn are in their seatito Insure a work
One or two unimportant bills were
passed by unanimous consent before the
regular order was demanded, end -.the
usual Monday call of States aud Terri
tories for the introduction of bills was
gone through with. Under the call but
few bills were introduced, and none of
them ot general Importance or likely to
be acted upon this session.
Mr. Robinson (of New York) Intro
duced a joint resolution with a long pre
amble retlecting upon the resolution of
Congress authorizing ensign KeyuoMs to
accept the decoration from the Emperor
of Austria of Knight of the Royal and Im
perial Order of Francis Joseph for saving
tiic lives of the crew of an Austrian bark,
declaring that American lives had been
saved by Americans with equal or superior
heroism. The preamble then recited
newspaper accounts of heroism aud life
saving by some twenty 'lougshoreman,
tlreman, policeman, newsboys and
boot blacks. The resolution declares
that these several individuals be decor
ated with the order of tho thanks of
Congress which are hereby tendered, aud
that any member of Congress who re
fuses to vote for the resolution is a dis
grace to his countrymen.
Mr. Robinson suggested that the reso
lution be referred to the Committee on
Naval Affairs, that committee having re
ported the Reynold's resolution.
Mr. Dunham (of Illinois) derisively
moved that it be recommitted to the Com
mittee on Public Health. Adopted al
Willis (of Kentucky,) moved to go into
committee of the whole on the river and
harbor appropriation bill, which, after
limiting debate to three hours, was
agreed to. Mr. Willis then addressed
the House in explanation of the bill.
Used a Razor.
Cincinnati, 0., June 9. Win. Wius-
weller, twenty-four years old, workman
in a watch-case factory at Newport, Ken
tucky, went to a house of ill fame on Elm
street, Cincinnati, at half past eleven last
night, took Nellie Bennet, an inmate, to
her room, cut her throat with a razor.
Supposing he had killed her he then cut
his own throat, almost serving his head
from the body. Nellie Bennett's wound
Is not necessarily fatal. Wiusvveiler Is
suspected to be Insane. He recently
came from New York, where his relatives
Pete its ntito, Va., June 9. One of the
most disastrous storms that has visited
this section for a long time passed over
Dlnwlddie County yesterday afternoon.
A colored woman namod Phillis Patter
son was struck by lightning and Instantly
killed, and another woman, Crecia Jones,
was severely Injured. The large and
handsome Baptist Church was blown
dowu and completely destroyed.
Another Cincinnati Murder.
Cincinnati, 0., June 9 Last evening
ibout nine o'clock, on Race street, near
the Arcade, George Donovan, fourteen
vcars of age, stabbed Martin McGura
with a pen-kuife, severing the femoral
irtcry. Donovan had been following a
lompany of boys who wanted to shake
aim. McGurn, at last, held Donovan to
tot the other boys run away aud was stab
bed. His wound is believed to bo mortal.'
Donovan has been arrested.
New York, June 9. At a routine meet
ing of the directors of the Louisville
Nashville, a cable dispatch was placed
iefore the board stating that the repre
icntatives of a large amount of stock,'
held in Europe, desired to participate In
the proposed reorganization. With a
riaw to this the plans of rsorgaiteattoa
ON HER KNEES.
How a Doomed Woman on a Wild
Train Mat Hor Awful
Precipitated Prom An Unfinished Trestle,
the Train Dashes One Hundred Feet
to the Ravine Below,
The Men Save Their Lives by Jumping.
But the Woman Goes Down
With the Train.
WUKKM.NCi, W. Va., Juno 9. A dis
patch received here late last evening
gives the details of fi thrilling nnd fatal
railroad accident which occurred on the
new section of the road being built to
the lately opened mines In Hampshire
County, Seven cabin cars for tho la
borers, which were standing on the
main track, got in motion some way,
about three o'clock Saturday after
noon while a section of meu were eating
Inside, and being on a grade started down
the Incline. The motion was so gradual
that tho passengers didn't notice it until
tlic runaway cars were golug too fast to
jump, A run of about two miles was
made, the train then going at lightning
speed, when the laborers crowded the
WITH III.A.S'CIIEI) faces
as they recollected that at the bottom of
the grade was au unfinished trestle,
which the train would surely go through.
About a quarter of a mile lrom tho fatal
spot the train dashed past a piece of
marshy ground which extended up near
to the track. This was tho only chauce,
a leap was taken and ten men leaped into
the bog, some being completely covered
over. All were more or less hurt, but
not seriously. An elderly white woman,
Mrs. Jackson, who was the camp cook,
for fear stuck by the cars, and when last
seen wars on her knees praying.
When the flying cars struck the trestle
the latter collapsed, precipitating them
Into the ravine below. They were re
duced to kindling wood, and the body of
Mrs. Jackson was found crushed beyond
ad recognition. The train fell over 100
AN UNFAITHFUL WIFE
Escapes With Eer Lover After the Lat
ter Shoots Eer Euaband.
Bauimokk, Md., June 9. A dispatch
from Tyler County, West Virginia,
states that Jacob Meyers, a well-to-do
farmer residing near Sistersville, was yes
terday fatally shot by John Sommers,
his wife's lover, at her request.
Myers and his wife quarreled so
that she left him two weeks since and
went to her father's home in Sisters
vllle, taking her two children, a baby in
arms aud a little boy ased two witn ner
Myers followed her and two nights after
stole the boy away. She tried to mako
the fatner give up tne boy Dut no
reused. She then procured tho assist'
ance of Sommers, and they visited Mey
ers and demanded tho child. He re
fused. Mrs. Meyers then called Som
iners, who was hiding, to shoot Meyers.
The latter, to prevent this, rushed at
Sommers, when the latter shot him twict
With a revolver, indicting fatal wounds
When Meyers fell, Sommers and Mrs
Meyers fled and have not been seen since.
They left the disputed child crying ovei
its father's body.
Appointed Archbishop of Philadelphia.
New Y'cjrk, June 9. A cablegram
from Rome to-day to the Catholk
StumUnl, of Philadelphia, states that Rev.
P. J. Ryan, Bishop of St. Louis, wlli
be appointed successor of the late Arch
bishop Wood, in Philadelphia. This See
has been vacant since Juue, 18S3.
Rumors of various kinds have hereto
fore been circulated respecting this va
cant See, and Archbishop Ryan's nauu
has always been connected with it. This
time, however, the Information is posl-
live, aud St. Louis may prepare to meet
the loss of one of its grandest and most
may have been accepted.
Bishop Ryan was seen this morning by
a reporter, to whom he said: "I have no
olllcial knowledge of such an event, al
though I have heard it mentioned. My
name with others was sent to Rome, aud
luay have beeu accepted. I have nothing
more to say in regard to the matter until
I hear oHkially from Rome."
Patrick Fox said to-day that a number
of the Catholic clergy of this city were
aware of the fact la.st week that Arch
bishop Ryan would be selected by tho
Pope, aud the news of his appointment
was continued early this morning.
BASE BALL BUEVITIESi.
Score ot Games Flayed on Saturday,
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis Unions, 8;
Cincinnati Unions, 5.
Pittsburgh, Pa. St. Louis, 13; Alio
Washington, D. C Tolcdos, 13; Wash
New York Brooklyn, 3; Cinclunatis,
2 Metropolitans, 0 ; Loulsvilles, 2.
Baltimore, Md. Baltimore's, 5; In
Detroit, Mich. lluffalos, C; De
Boston, Mass. Providences, 2; Bos
Chicago, 111. Chicagos, 13; Clevc
Philadelphia, Ta. Columbus, 12; Ath
letics, 1 .New Yorks, 10; Phlladel-
St. Louis, Mo. Unions, 6; Cincin
Evausville, Ind. Mllwaukcos,5; Evans
Arrest of an Ex-TTnited States Marshal
Pittsbcroh, Pa., Juno 9. United
States District Attorney Stono to-day
ontored throe criminal suits against ex
United States Marshal Hall, charging
him with having made three false and
fraudulent returns of the fees and emolu
ments daring the last eighteen months
hehsld pfBcf). The information covers
tht time from January 1, 1331, to July,
IWi procggqiaga agMOM uau JJCTloui
to that time being barred by the Rtaluta
of Limitations. A civil suit will also be
brought to recover $1:19,000 alleged to
have been withheld by Hull while Marshal
from 1873 to 1482. Ha u arretd at
bis home in Washington, Pa., this alter-noon.
CKAZV WOMAN'S 1EKD.
A Child Thrown From a Window and
SI. Locis, Mo., June 9. A Mrs. .Lee,
who is partially Insane, and who hasliceu
living u few weeks at No. 1501 Carr street,
this afternoon threw an luXant child of
Mrs. Kdward Bennett out of a secoad!
story window into a gutter, killing it al
most Instantly. Mrs. Lee Ls atrivngcr
about whom little seems to be known.
The mother of the child is almost crazed
Kl'N DOWN HV THE CAUS.
Two of a Band of Nino Italians Killed.
I'ittsiilhcih, Pa., June 9. A passenger
train on the Tort Wayno Road struck a
party of nine Italian musicians at Leets
clalc, twenty miles Ifom this city. Dovl
n.i C::pora, aged lift)', was killed out
jlgbt, and his son Joseph, aged eighteen,
died in a few minutes. Dominic Rrcar
had both legs broken. His conditlou is
Will Not Support Blaine.
Pi nsni itcii, Pa., June 9. At a secret
meeting of Orangemen here last night the
general statement was that tin y would
not support lilaine, but whether they
would actively oppose him would depeud
on the action of the Grand Lodge, to meet
in Philadelphia to-morrow, which will
tike up the matter. A prominent Mason
says it Is not unlikely that a movo will bo
made among tho Masonic fraternity tn
l'OISCKH TO WEAlt DltKSSES.
Waa From Missouri and Always Woro
Pir i sui i:i,h, Pa., Juno 9. Caroline
Crefclt, a deinouted woman, was arrested
while perambulating the streets of this
city dressed In men's clothes. She said
bhe lived iu Mansfield, this couuty, with
her father, and that they moved there a
short time ago from St. Charles, Mo.
Caroline said she always wore meu's
clothes. Shu was sent to the work-house
for ninety days.
London friends of Gordon are making
arrangements to send messengers to
WInslow A Rogers' shoe factory, at
Boston, was destroyed by fire; loss $100,
000. The Wabash round-house and nine loco
motives were destroyed by the fire at
Thompson Cooper murdered F.d Jones
in the Choc-taw Nation without cause or
The German Government has congratu
.ated France on the successes secured by
the Teln Tslu treaty.
Granville and Waddlngtou have come
to an understanding concerning the con
ference ou L'gyptian affairs.
L. J. Walters, a railroad clerk, whoso
home is at Howard Prairie, Wis., was
drowned at Ft. Worth, Tex.
Tho grand prize for 100,000 francs was
won at Paris Sunday by the Duke of Cas
triess' brown colt Little Duck.
Prince Williamert of Wurtemberg will
visit tjuecn Victoria at Balmoral to gain
the baud of Princess Beatrice.
Samuel Dowllng was sliot and killed at
Steubeuville, ()., by some person whose
identity has not been discovered.
The consistory for creating cardinals is
deferred until autumn, owing to disagree
ment between tho Vatican and the Gov
ernment. Congressmen are beginning to talk of
adjournment. A resolution is to be In
troduced in the House ending the session
on the 23d i list.
George Donovan, aged fourteeUj
stabbed Martin McUurn, another boy, at
Cincinnati Sunday night. Tho wound is
Iu a shooting affray at Greenville, Miss.,
Judge Taylor Rucks, a lawyer, was in
stantly killed, aud u hotel clerk named
Godchau.v was fatally wounded.
The Spanish Ministers have sentenced
seven of the fifteen members of the Black
Hand Anarchist Society to death aud the
remainder to life-long servitude. -
llcury C. Work, the author of "Grand
father's Clock," "Dear Father, Come
Home with Me Now" and a .number of
other popular songs, died Sunday of heart
Miss Clara Barton, President oj the
Red Cross Society, reports vast tracts of
country along the Lower Mississippi still
under water and much distress among
Donncll, I.awson & Simpson have re
ceived replies from over oue-half in
amount of their creditors accepting their
proposition, and "confidently expect to
Samuel Dowllng, of Steubeuville, O.,
while walking up the railroad track with
three companions was shot lu the head
aud killed by some unknow n person con
cealed lu the bushes.
The steam yacht Stella, of tho Stella
Yacht Club, Philadelphia, ran into the
lou bridge over the Raucocas River and
sank. Allicrt Anderson aud Robert R.
Caster, Jr., were drowned.
There was a small riot at Newry, Ire
laud. Tho Nationalists held a meeting
out of town. When they marched Into the
city some stones were thrown aud several
shots were fired. A number of arrests
At Newry, Sunday, a few shots were
exchanged between the Nationalists and
the Orangemen, but a riot was prevented
by troops and police. A large Orange
meeting in Loudon denounced Karl Spen
Certainly, Why NotP
Nkwauk, N. J., Jnno 9. Chancellor
Runyan has Issued an order on tho
Newark Savings Institution Managers,
directing them to show cause why they
should not bj punished for contempt lu
loaning tho bank's funds, contrary to
the Chancellor's orders.
Washington, D. C, Juno 9. C. A.
Know, a patent attorney, and a native of
Maine,' aged forty, dropped dead to-day
ou the street of heart disease
A Luscious Quantity.
QrmcT, III.., June 9.Tho largost
.rop of strawberries ever harvested lu
his county Is uow being brought in aud
THE GREAT -(
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago.' Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Mure Throat. Nnrlllnir. Nprain, Brulaes,
Hum. M-all. Front Ultra.
AND ti l, orilKIt Hllilll.K ril.tS AMI HUES.
So'id t; lU'iMlsM ii.d llvalert uvrMwhcre. Vitlj CvuU ft bettl.
Itrft-tiint la II l.tnfftmtt.
Til Kill Altl.KN A. VOUM.F.B CO.
ir i 1. VuutiXH CO ) 04lllBurr, J., C.S. A.
FOIt "" "
AND BLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
"KiJucy-Wcrt is tho moet Bucccaaful remedy
I ever udciI." Dr. P. O. Ballou, Monkton, VU
"Kidney-Wort is always reliablo."
Dr. B. N. Clorlt, So. Hero, Vt.
"Kidney-Wort has cured my v ifo after two yean
u:Tcruig." Dr. C. M. SuomcrUn, Son Hill, Oa.
IN THOUSANDS OF CASES
It baa cured whero all clue had failed. It is mild,
but efficient, t tli l .UN IN ITS ACTION, but
harmless In all eases,
t if H rlcuno the Blood and Strengthens and
Srtvca Nvw l.lte to all the important organs of
the body. The natural action of the Kidney is
restored. The Liver is cleansed of all disease,
and the Bowels move freely and healthfully.
In this my the worst diseases aro eradicated
from ths system. a
roics, ttoo LiqnD oa dut, solo bi dbcqoists.
Dry con bo sent by mall.
WF.I.LS, CICHARDSOX A. CO.Burllnrtoa Vt.
Vio want glossy, luxuriant
and wavy tresses 01 abundant,
beautiful Hair must use
LYON'S KATHAIKON. This
decant, cheap article always
makes the Hair prow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and cures jyray
ness, removes dandruff nnU
itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency' aud keeping it in
any desired position. Lean
tiiiil, healthy Hair is tho sure
result of using Katharron.
Fortify the System.
All who have exporlrnceJ nml witneotvd tho
elloi-.t cif lloftuiterV 8iimnru Hitlers upon tlio
weak, liroucii down, ili spomlin vIcIIiub of dygpep
(la, liver c-iitn'a!iit, lever mil hjjiio, rhenmatlmu,
niirvonn tlubliiiv. or pcnir.ture decay, know that
In ihlH supreme luuic and altermive there txlsts a
pt!i-iAc principle wnlch earlu-H the very source of
the trouhli), ami effect an absolute nnd permanent
For fiile by ull (nudists and dealers nenorally.
Tills port' plaster Is
abHolutely tht bat trvr
mailo, cxmbiiiiiiic tho
virtues of hups with
(rutin, balsams and ex
tracts, lu power la wonderful In curing diseases when
ether planters simply relieve. Crick In the Hack Olid
nee, mi in tne nine or unms, SUIT JuluU and Muscles,
Kidney Troubles, Kheumatlsm. Nauralirla. 8nn i'ht.
ailectionsot tho Heart and liver, and all polus or ai-hes
tn ny part cured Instantly by tho Hop nuttr, t T Try
ik i-neew cents or Qvo for ll.uu.
Mailed on receliit of nrieo. Hold by
all druirlsts and country store.
jmji i -faster Company, I
I T Kor coii-tiiutliin. loss of appetite aud dUeaMof tho
yiwrls take I
alee Hawlf-v'uNttimv'is-w liver run. icrm.
OP TICK HI'MAN HOt'V KM.AUiil.ll, HKVl l
flTV,H, M Ki:.MiTHKM:l." I'M-.. I. an Intwutmic
silver! in im-nt luiifc-r'i ii in ' 11 I'liper. In reply l.i i -qulrle.
will t tint lliero i no iiviili-nco lit liul
fun almut tliia. Untfieoiiitrary.tliaadvertinir.ari
'eor iiitllf'lnilnri.eiL Interested prMH Miy "t
sealeil nreiiiari nivinn ail part iculars p, stl Iti-nn
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