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CAIRO, ILL., SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 11, lllili.
A happy surprise it was to Mr. A. R.
Norton, or Bristol, conn., when ATiaonioaos
put hlra on hla feet, ami sent him cheerfully
about hla business. Lt hlra toll hla own story :
"About throe weeks ao I was taken
With severe crick In the Lack. For four days
I wu uiiabla to turn In bed without help, and
When lifted up could nut stand ou uiy fit. I vtmt
Induced to try Atiiloi'Iiduou, after all the uxiial
remedies failed. In JO miiiuu alter Ukinn tlm
first da I could Iwar my weight upon uiy fia t.
In two days I was alile t Ket alxjut and uttmid
to buiiuiexa. In two other run which huvo
come to my knowledge it ut Uiui been attended
with the aaiuo result."
A poor man in Philadelphia had to lor
row a dollar to buy a bottle of Athlopiiohox.
On accountof his poverty hlsname shall wnuin
a secret. lie had suffered terribly Iroiu ltln u
Ihutiaiu. lie gratefully writes:
" I took my first dose Tuesday afternoon,
and on WednesiUy, after but seven doses, I had
nut a sharp or severe aehe left. Then 1 roduinl
the dose one-half and took the remainder f the
bottle. I wan able to be steady at work till b it
urday, when I took a severe old ami wan till
able to Mm my left band. I rurchamd anotlu r
bottle and by bed-time I found relief. The
medicine la all you claim for it."
Investigate Athlophohos all you please !
Find all the fault you chouse with it! and
ret the fact remains, that it is duinj,' t hat
V) other medicine ever could do v.jr Jlln- -autism
If you cannot get Athlopiiohox of j o:,r
Blot, we will bend It eipress paid, on e ,,.
regular price one dollurper buttle. We pr. i f
that you buy it from your druggist, but if I,
hasn't It, do not be persuaded to try tioiueihii.g
else, but order at once from us as directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
The Emperor Louis Napoleou smoked
only the finest citfam Uio world oouiJ (to
duce. iTof. Honrford wiys the Kniirnr
ciirars were made icially for him m Ha
Tana from leaf tobacco irrown in the(iMen
Belt of North Carolina, this liein the finest
leaf btowii. Maekwell'a Dull Inirliam
Brooking Tobacco is ntade from tho name
leaf used In the Eui)ror'a cigars, is alno
lutely pure and is unquestionably the U-et
tobacco ever oflered.
Thackeray's irifW-d daughter, Ann, In
her sketch of Alfred Tennyson, in it;,r'.
Monthly, tells of her visit to the irreat ret
fibe found hlin unokinv Blaekwell' Dull
Durham Tobacco, sent h:m by Hon Jaisn s
RusneU Lowell, American Muster to the
Court of 8t. James.
In these days of adulteration, it i aeons
fort to smokers to lr Uiat the BuU Inir
hain brand is absolutely pure, and made
from the best tobacco Uie world 1 puliii-e.
Blackwell's Bull tmrham Smoking To
bacco 1 the tm and pi:ret made. Ail
dealers have It. None svnuine without
the trade-mark of the Bull.
0. r. HENDERSON
No. lOiCommerciiil Ave.,
Sole Agent foi the Celebrated
Manufacturer and Dealer lu
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron hi
HEADQUAI.TEES I Oil
Builders' llurdware and Car pent' re' Tools TaVe
and Pocket Cutlery, best In the market, holers
Bros.' Plated Knives. Forks huh Suouns. (intuitu
Iron Ware. Berila Earthenware, White Mountain
Freezers, Water Coolers, Knfrii.Tieurs Clothes
Wringers, Crown Kluters Step I.a iiie-s, (iurden
Implements, (ioldea btarOil Stoves- hen in th"
world, Lamps of every description. K'.&in (Ml.
Carpet Sweeper, Feather Kuster. ISrouuis, Win
dow Screen W're Cloth, Full supply ol Kirhinj,'
The above it rock bottom price".
Corner l'Jth and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. U.
Patrick T. McAlpino,
Made to Order.
8th St., bot. Ohio Levco & Commercial Ave.
OAUtO. z - ILL.
Repairing; neatly done at short not ieo.
IJEW YORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TUB CITY
GOODS SOLD VJ5KY CLONE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor.Niuoteenth street 1 Pokl'A 111
CommorclalAvennH f vnuu m
Mrs, Emily Bowers.
Mrs. AMANDA CLARKSON, Agent.
No. 30 8th St., Cairo, 111.
tJT"Uood Btock and Prlcei KcaeonablcjEf
A WICKED WOMAN'S WILES,
A Wifo of Twenty Years Deserta
Hoi Confidiny Husband
And, Stealing Seven Thousand Dollars in
Cash, Unites Eer Fortunes
With a Villain,
The Bloody Sequel A Dead Lover, a Dy
ing Husband and a Son in
Jail for Murder.
1'iVK Vaujjv, I'.,., June l.,.-A long
st:inJin sciimliil has just had a startling
cliniax, involving tij.j probahlo Urathof
two persons and tin; wrecking of two
hithorto peaceful and hajipy homed. Tho
principals iu tin; unfortunate affair were
JttVs5 (irant, a fanner livintr in this vil
lage, and Mrs. Joshua Willie, the wife ol
a farmer of largo wealth residing a few
miles from l'ine Valley. Mrs. Willi;; is
a young and decidedly handsome woman
between thirty and forty jears of age
and the mother of four children. Some
time at.") an intimacy sprang up between
-Mrs. Wiliig and (irant, and recently their
names v r associated in a notorious
manner and the tongue of scandal was
kept busy discussing the numerous esca
pades ol the guilty pair, (irant availed
himself of tho absence of Mr. Wiilig to
visit his wife, and aithougn their Inter,
course was tretieraily talked of as scan
dalous, Mr. WiLig appeared blind to
tho real condition of u!'uir ami paid no
attention to gossip with whi-h ids wire's
name was connected.
Cm Wednesday morning he left his
home, iii tending to be ab.-eot a couple of
d:iys, and on the evening ol Ids departure
Grant went to Mrs. W'iilig's, and, de
spite the remonstrances ol the lady's
oldest son, he remained there all night.
Young Willi:.', linding that his protects
were iu vain, kit the house and spent the
night at a neighbor's. In the morning
Grant and Mrs. WWIig were' niisiing, as
was also some 7,'IJ in money belonging
to Mr. Wiliig.
WIIKN Mil. WII.I.M IiHTl'KNfcU
home', and learned of the disgraceful con
duct of his wife, he was so shocked and
excited that he ruptured a blood vessel,
and bled profusely from a hcim.i'rhage cf
the lungs. Ho had forsome time been iu
delicate health, and was at once plated
under the care of phleiau-. His sou
went iu search of his mother, and found
her with (irant at Gorman's tavern, lie
demanded tLat she return to her home,
and return the i71wo stolen,
(irant at once attacked young
Wiliig and beat him violently about
tii : face, continuing' the assau.t until
Mis. Wi.i'ig hezged him to li-.-lst. As ;
soon as lie was released Wiliig sprang!
back a few paces, drew a revolver and
lired three shots at Grant, each ol !
which took efl.-ct in his body. Wiliig !
surrendtred himself and was placed i
under ooi) bail, to await the result '
of (.iratit's injuries. During the excite
ment that followed the shooting Mrs. Wil
iig escaped and has not since been eeu
by any of her family. Besides tho i 7,000
Mrs. Wiliig hs in her possession all the
titledeeds to her husband's property. Itis
supposed she tied to Baltimore, and a
telegram has been sent to Chief of
Police Gray iu tiiat city to intercept her.
Mrs. Wiliig married some twenty years
ago and gossip lias at Intervals been bu sy
with hor name, but her husband appeared
to nave implicit confidence in her. It Is
reported this evening that Grant is dead.
Mr. Wiliig is sinking rapidly andean only
survive a lew hours. Tho sympathy of
the community is with young Wiliig.
Ml'ItDKltrU IN i:u.
A Mother and Her Babe Done to Death
The Husband Suspected.
Atlanta, Ga., June 10. Intense ex
citemeul existed in this city yesterday
over an assassination which took place at
one o'clock yesterday morning. There
lives on K..ard street the family of
Mr. Charles Kose, Yardmaster of
tho Atlanta and Charlotte Air
Line Hoad. Wednesday evening
he left his family, consisting of his wife,
baby and blooming country cousin. Miss
Nanny Fra.cr, all iu good health. At one)
o'clock Miss i'razer gavo the alarm of
murder. Iter statement was that she was
in a sound sleep, from which she was
awakened by what seemed to be the strik
ing of a match. Immediately a masked
man ran through her room, blew out tho
light and jumped through a back window
and escaped. Miss 1' razor called to
her friend, but received no answer. Re
lighting her lamp she went into Mrs.
Hose's "room, where a horrifying sight
met her gaze. There lay the child fairly
covered with blood, beside, it the mother,
stretching out iu the agony of death,
with a bullet hole through her
brain. Miss Frazer caught the dying
lady's hand, which gave a slight pressure,
then fell nerveless on the bed. Soon tho
house was tilled with olilcers, and later
tho husband made his appearance.
It was ascertained that a box
had been placed under tho win
dow, upon which the murderer stood
while he cut away the putty and removed
two pieces of glass, through which ho
entered tho house. Mr. Hose's pistol lay
on the mantel-piece. This the murderer'
secured, and going into the lady's room,
it is supposed that he was rilling a truuk
when, Mrs. Rose awakening, ho placed
the pistol to her temple, lired and rati.
Wheu daylight appeared tho mystery
was increased by the discovery that there,
must have been two persous connected
with the crime, a man and a woman.
Tliero wero steps to and from the1
rear fence to tho window, as if
a woman had been keeping watch
while tho man was doing his
work inside. Bloodhounds were placed
upon tho trail, but tho scent was cold, a
slight rain having fallen, ami tho hounds
refused to follow. The Coroner sum
moned a jury of twelve leading citizens.
While waiting for a meeting of that body
the opinion was freely expressed that the
man who committed the crime must
have been familiar wdtu every detail of
the house, and suplclon began to bo di
rected against the husband. So strong
did tills feeling become that there were
many who urged that a tdiort shrift was
the best remedy for hlin. A
burglar would have gono there
armed, and would not have
discovered so readily a weapon in tho
house he was entering. No one bat bu
inmate conHl Tiavo oiiencd tho window tu
niauuur In which it vraA done, and yet this
thegry would throw couipc4ti npdiL$t'W
Frazer was It not for a woman's steps on
tho outside, which argued that It must
have been some other womau.
The story of Miss Frazer before tho
Coroner's Jury mystiiled them, and yet
there was no room to charge her with
guilt. Finally It was developed that Itoso
had another love, a female barber, named
Miss Sutrgs, and that ho spout most of
his earnings with her.
Late In the day, while Rose was under
surveillance, it was noticed that there
was a piece of red putty stuck on tho seat
of Rose's pantaloons, the same as that
which had been removed from the Window-pane.
This was considered clinch
ing proof, and it may be said that from
that moment he was a prisoner. Thf
whereabouts of the female barber then
became a matter of interest, but she was
not to be found.
After examining witnesses, taking sur
veys of the premises, etc., the Coro
ner's Jury felt that there was a deeper
design than burglary in the tragedy,
and ordered the imprisonment of tho
husband and the arrest of the two
women. The town is full of wild rumors.
The investigation will be continued to
Jay. BAsiJi BALI. BlttVI llEV
Scoro of Games Played ou Thursday,
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, 3; Cincin
natis, Washington, D. C St. Louis, 13;
Baltimore, Md. Baltimores, 4 ; Louis
viiles, 4. Thirteen innings were played,
when a draw was declared on account of
Pittsburgh, Fa. Cincinnati, 7; Alle
1'hiladelphia, Pa. Athletics, 11 j In
Buffalo, N. Y. Buffalos, Cj Cleveland.-,
Detroit, Mich. Detroits, 'J; Chica
New York. Columbus, 3; Brooklyns,
2 Philadelphia, I; New Yorks, 0
Metropolitans, l; Toledos, o.
Vincenncsj Ind. Vincennes, 10; Chica
go Reserves, 7.
Trenton, N. J. Treutons, 8; Vir
Milwaukee, Wis. Milwaukee, 11;
Fast Sagluaw, Mich. Bay Citys, 5;
Fort Wayne, Ind. Fort Waynes, 2;
Providence, R. I. Brown Universitys,
U ; Dartmouth, h.
Merrick, of Counsel in the Star-Koute
Cases, Before the Springer
W.'sjiivc.tov, I). C, June 13. Kx
Senator George Spencer yesterday ad
dressed a letter to Chairman Springer
denying lu toto the statement in Dorsey's
letter to the effect that he (Spencer) de
manded that 12,000 be paid to Likius in
consideration of immunity from tho
Star-route prosecutions, and offering to
appear before the committee at its con
venience. Bliss, Kcr and Merrick were present at
tlie Springer committee, and Stewart, of
Vermont, having returned, Merrick, of
counsel in Star-route trials, was exam
ined. Merrick wa3 commissioned as
sistant attorney March 31, 1882, having
been previously in consnltation with
counsel for a week or two. No special
contract was made as to amount
to be paid him, that being
left to the Attorney -General, to be settled
after the suits ended. Alter he had re
ceived A;'.7,t.io0 or $:;h,(mio for services
rendered and considered his account with
the Government settled, some 85,500,
which was due him, had lapsed through
hi neglect to present his bill before the
close of tne last fiscal year. For this
amount he made no claim.
Immediately after being commissioned,
Eliss called and had a consultation with
witness. The Dorsey, Brady et al. in
dictments were put in his hands. After
au examination of the cases he could not
decide whether or upon which he could
secure conviction. On examination of
the indictments us first drawn witness
found that the indictments of Kerdell,
Sanderson and Vailo were defect
ive au.l informed CUS3 that
new indictments must be found.
After consultation new indictments were
found, and iu the meantime the statute
ol limitations had run out. Sanderson's
indictment was dropped out because bis
connection with the combination was
sligiit. Witness did not recollect hear
ing of his being connected with any other
combination. Knew nothing about the
evidence in the other cases, but was fa
miliar with tho Brady and Dorsey case,
and didn't think there was a stronger
case auy where. The evidence 'in this
case was all that any reasonable man
would require to convict.
Wasiiixcitox, D. C, June 13. Senator
Vance Introduced a bill for the removal
of the Eastern Cherokeo Indians to the
Ou motion of Senator Cameron (of
Wisconsin) the House bill for the allow
ance of claims known as Fourth of July
claims, reported by accounting olilcers
under act of July 4, 1804, was taken up.
Tho consular and diplomatic and Dis
trict of Columbia appropriation bills were
reported from the Committee on Appro
priations, the Senato amendments to each
being non-concurred In. A conference
committee was requested and agreed to
by unanimous consent.
Mr. Tryor (of Alabama) resumed his
remarks ou the Presidential succession
bill at tho point where he was In
terrupted by adjournment yesterday
Mr. McMillan' gnvo notice that at tho
conclusion of Mr. Pryor's remarks ho
would tnovo to take up the private cal
endar. Mr. Randall gave notice that he would
move to take up tho dellcleucy appropri
Mr.Townsliend (of Illiiwls) pave notice
that ho would present tho conference re
port on the postal appropriation bill.
Mr. Pryor's aruunient was In support
of tho theory of tho House btll that tho
Senate and Houso did not meet as legis
lative bodies or In their official oapaclty
as such bodies, but as a convention, des
ignated a board for Ue sols and special;
purposo of counting tho oletWint otfis,i
and that as sach tu powers ol tUA mm-
THIS SETTLES IT.
Uncle Bammy la a Mao of Hla
Word, and Moana What
"His-Declination it Absolute-Undtr No
Circumstances Will He bo
a Candidate. "
How a St. Louis Evening Paper Went
For the Bottom Facts in
St. Lous, Mo., Juno 13. The Evming
Chronkk of to-day publishes the follow
The letter of Samuel J. Tlldeu declin
ing to accept the nomination to the Presi
dency seemed to admit of but one inter
pretation, but the Misnouri llepublican of
this city undertook to deceive the publio
by declaring that Tlldeu would be a can
didate, despito all bis assererations to
the coutrary. In order to finally and
forever determine the question raised by
the Kfpnhliam, tho Chronicle yesterday
sent Mr. Tilden the following telegram:
St. Louis, June IS.
Sami ki. J. Tilukn, Nov York t'lty:-Xhe
Mimmuri UtinUilican, Unlay, n-forriuijr to your
letter J elinintf to become a candidate for the
l'reaidoney, sajs: "Tho H fiublunn Interprets
this letter to menu that when Governor Tilileu
is noiniimto I, he will not reluse to be tlio
cuii'l.d.ite of the Democracy."
Ity te!efrapliiiix us whether this U truo
"yes" or ' no," or in such a mann- r as you
may gee tit, you will not only confer a ifreut
Invor on the hr'mick. but will (imltly brnetit
the lieinoi riitie party of the H.tale, which
o:ticrwisu would no iMiminatiiMf con
vention unprepand, except for rai-h action
in tho matter of a soeond choice. Answer at
oure.vpeiiM.. ami online.
K. W. Pckii'PS,
Proprietor Evenitnj .hrunite.
The telegram was referred by ex-Governor
Tilden to Hon. Daniel Mauuing,
chairman of the Democratic State Cen
tral Committee of New York, who to-day
replied as follows:
Nkw Vouk, June 13.
IV. ScriM, PtvprMur f the Kvnimu
11 r. TiUleii's letter means what it says. His
DKl.'l.l NATION IS AUSOI.ITK. I'tldol' 110 cir-
cmitstancps will he le a candidate.
D is'!. Mannish,
C'hin'n Deui. State t orn, ol New York.
If any additional emphasis were needed
to remove ex-Governor Tilden from the
list of possible candidates, the above tele
gram should settle the question. Tilden
will not couseut to become the Demo
Sr. I.ofis, June 13.
Evening Cuiionici.e Your tclcjmim to
Tilde'ii and the reply from Chairman Manning
came over our wires.
E. A. llnow.v,
, Manager Western I'nien.
The Debate on the Mexican Reunion
Washington, D. C, June 13. Owing
to the probability of a protracted debate
on the Mexican pension bill a caucus of
Republican Senators wa held this morn
ing, and after a long discussion it was
decided to appoint a committee on
amendments. It 1 understood tiiat the
committee is to supervise and have gen
eral charge of any amendments which
members of the majority may desire to
offer. Considerable anxiety exists re
speeHug the debate which is likely to
arise on the bill, aud an understanding
was reached by the majority that it ruay
continue some days. Thus far the Demo
crats have refrained from the discussion
of the amendment offered, but it is ex
pected that they will be heard from be
fore the debate closes.
INTENDS TO HAUNT THEM.
A Reckless Suicide Frightens His Rela
tives by a Note.
Bai.ti.mokk, Md., June 13. Frank
Storie, formerly a prominent citizen, but
lately reduced In circumstances, com
mitted suicide under peculiar circum
stances this morning, evidently while
out of his mind. He called at the resi
dence of his brother-in-law, E. Mittan,
aud startled the family by saying tint ho
had come there to suicide. They quickly
ousted him from the premises,
whereupon he went to one of the city
reservoirs and sitting on the rail deliber
ately wrote a note In his memorandum
book which he left on tho bank and
jumped in. The note is addressed to his
brothers-in-law, cheerfully informing
them that he intends to come back and
haunt them. His relatives seem greatly
worried over this announcement. The
body has been recovered.
THE l'EN'.V BANK.
WatBon and Rieber on Trial To-dav
The Bank's Condition.
FiTTsnt'RGii, Fa., June 13. A hearing
was had this morning lu the cases of
Thomas J. Watson, an oil broker, utid
Cashier Rieber, charged with con
spiriug to defraud the l'enu
Bank. President Riddle was
indicted ou the same information, but
waived hearing aud gave bail. The testi
mony was mainly a repetition of the facts
already published, but tended to show
lhat Kiddle, Watson and Rieber were
associated in oil speculations, and that
tho overdrafts of tlctitious firms repre
sented their transactions in oil. One of
the Iktitious accounts opened with an
overdraft of 124,000, aud at tho close
of the bank It was over $400,000 over
drawn. Thomas J. Watson's individual
account wa 1)7,000 overdrawn. Tho
charge against the overdrawn accounts
were made by direction of President
Riddle and Rieber was cognizant of tho
condition of the accounts. The testimony
for tho defense will be heard next Friday.
A.-signce Warner to-day stated that ho is
getting the affairs of tho bauk iu shape,
and that he now thought that instead of
paylug only two cents he will pay twenty-'
live cents on tho dollar.
BY A HAIR.
The Life of a Utah Murderer Trembling
la the Balance. "
Salt Lake, Utah, June 13.-r-Iu July,
1880, Fred Ifopt brutally murdered John'
Turner, throwing his body behind a rock'
in Echo Canon and stealing two teams
and a wagon belonging to tho murdered
boy. Hopt was captured In Wyoming,
brought back, tried, convicted and sen
tonced to death
Ttoe U&tUd States 6afqM Cart r
versed the tadftftn: M WU tiMl
Again the United States Supreme. Court
reversed tho action of tho local court on
technical grounds. Last mouth llopt
was tried a third tune, and, as usual,
convicted, and the execution so for to
day. The Territorial Supremo Court refused
to grant an appeal to the United State's
Supremo Court, and the (joTtrnor de
cllued to grant a reprlcvo until the case
could be taken up en a writ of error.
Late last night the Supreme Court Jus
tices Issued au order recommending Act,
Ing Governor Thomas to renrleve tho
murderer, which tho Governor 1 loath to
do. The newspapers aud publio
against reprieve, aud a mass meeting has
just been called at the Opera House to de
mand that the execution take place. It is
feared that if the Governor weakens
and grants a stay, a mob will
attack tho Penitentiary and lynch
tho prisoner. The town is wild
with excitement. The Penitentiary Is
three miles from the city, and tho Mar
shal ha taken extra precautions Id de
feud it against the mob. The execution
must take place before two o'clock ac
cording to law. Everything Is ready to
proceed when a decision by the Governor
Tho People's Savings Bank of Newcastle
Closes Its Doors.
Newcastlk, Pa., June 13. The Peo
ple's Saving Bank is embarrassed. Pres
ident Wallace ha published a notice that
owing to storie having been circulated
tho bank would close its doors. He will
meet those having interest-bearing depos
its ou Saturday, June 21, wheu he will
make a statement aud a proposition;
Meanwhile the bauk will receive ami pay
out on check accounts, but will refuse
all Interest-bearing deposits. Depositors
are satisfied that they will receive every1
TKillT AT A FISH FRY.
Several Persons Badly Hurt-Myster
ious Ciaappaarance Missouri
FtLio.v, Mo., Junel3. W. T. Jamison,
a horse-dealer here, has disappeared my si
teriously. Ho was last seen on tho 4th
inst. in Chicago.
Hanmisai., Mo., June 13. In a free
tight that grew out of a political discus
sion at a tish fry at Hilton Station yester
day, several people were badly hurt.
An Orangeman's Disclaimer.
Tuoy, N. Y., Juno 13. Tho SOtnthinl
has received the following: "I noticed
iu the papers that the Order of Amerl'
can Orangemen has taken action to voto
against Blaine, and take tho opportunity
to state that, individually, Orangemen;
arc, I might say, proud to belong to the)
Republican party, but as a society wd
dou't recognize political parties, as wa
are a strictly religious organization. Td
my knowledge no action has been takcil
for the support or non-support of Blalnei
Signed Jxo. McAuucy.
Grand Sec'y, State of New York."
CRUSHED TO DEATH..
Two Men Mashed to a Pulp by a Saw
Wiii-ELixii, W. Va., June 13. Ycstor;
day, iu Gilmore County, some lumber
men discovered the bodies of Williani
and John Haddock, two brothers, lyinjj
(dose together, mashed to a pulp by atj
immense log which had rolled over then)
while sawing it. They had heard the
screams of tho men for nearly an hourj
but did not know. what it was. Death
must have been slow, as tho log slid down
Fatal Hog Disease in Missouri.
Mexico, Mo., Juno 13. George Ed
inoustou, a prominent farmer near.
Progress, this county, ha lost within thu
past two weeks about seventy hogs, fronj
a disease resembling lung fever. Thq
disease, it is believed by some, is cholera
but Mr. Kdmonston says the symptom'!
do not warrant the belief. The hogs are
still dying, and all efforts to check the
disease have proved unsuccessful.
Arrival of a Shipwrecked Crew.
rniLADiartiiA, Pa.. Juno 13. The bark
Fluorine arrived last night with the crew
of the wrecked bark Alutniua, which sank
In collision with an iceberg May 13.
The bark rushed at full speed directly
into the iceberg and tho crew barely had
time to man the boats and pull away be
fore she sank. They were picked up bv'
Fluorine and tho British bark Silica at
noon the same day.
Killed in an Explosion.
Xi'.ma, O., Juue 13. Ono of the mills;
at the powder works hero blew up all
eleven o'clock this morning. Albert Scl
bach, an employe, was probably killed.
The loss to the company is light.
A New Enterprise.
PiTTsncitc.il, Pa., Juno 13. Tho new
Oliver A. Roberts' wire- rod rolling-mill!
has just started and proves successful.'
This is the second wiro roil mill ever
erected in this country. Heretofore rods
Used In the manufacture of wire have comO
from Germany. I he new plant has a ca
niicliv of eluhtv ton of rods per day:
&ud gives employment to 1,500 men.
Five-Mile Foot Race.
Boston', Mass., Juno 13. Tho chal
lenge of Peter II. Coulay, for a llvc-milo
ootraco for 81.000 a side, has been nc-
(ented bv Teenier, of Pittsburgh, who
names time and place of race, July 4th ah
Efforts nro being mado to establish a'
6tock Clearing-house iu New York.
r.nnntn iinrhia. hotel clerk at Bards-.
town, Ky., was fatally cut by a worthless
L. C. Uhl was nominated for Congress
by tho Democrats of tho Sixth Kansas
t? v Aihriuhfc. of Murphvsboro. IU..
has beou nominated for Congress by tho
a rniiprr. atcamar nassenser. was ar
rested at Key West, Fla., charged with
having explosives In his possession.
Yrce transit has been eranted the Entr-
llsa troops from the Hondnn through
AbysHinta to nansauan Dy tne Meg.
Colored citizens In New York opposed
to Blaine are organlxlng with a vt ol
supporting the Democratic nonrian.
T3iaBtuUD.uk. of Wert TlraW.
Clwiteim!, rtotd lktlbit. Lfejrpi
Her Secret Troubles.
The Unknown Trials Which a Woman
Kndured Without Coniplant
Why Tliey Vanished.
Near the close of one of the most trying
of the hot days of the present year, a pale,
care-worn woman might hate been sen at
tho window of her dwelling apparently in
a condition of complete exhaustion. Iler
efforts to meet the accumulated duties of
her household had been great but unsuc
cessful, while the caro of a sick child,
whese wails could even then bo heard, wag
added to her otherwiso overwhelming
troubles. Nature had done much for her
and In her youthful days she bad been not
only beautiful but the possessor of health
such as is seldom seen. But home and
family duties and tho depressing carea
which too often accompany them had
proven greater than her eplendid strength
and she felt at that moment not only that
life was a burden but that death would bo
a grand relief. This is no unusual experi
ence. It is, in fact, a most common every
day occurrence, and a great prayer is conj
stantly ascending from thousands of hornet
for deliverance from tho deadly power
which is enslaving so many wive?, mothers
and daughters. And yet these duties of
life muht bo met. No woman can afford
to turn asido from the proper care of her
home and the ones who are committed to
her care, although in doing these duties sho
may sacrifice her health, and possibly life
itself. The experience of ono who success
fully overcame bucU trials and yet retained
health and all tho blessings it brings ia
thus told by Rev. William Watson, Presid
ing Elder of the Methodist-Episcopal
church, residing at Watertown, N. Y. Ue
"My wife became completely run down
through overwork and care of a sick mem
ber, of our household, and I entertained
serious apprehensions as to her future. She
was languid, pale, utterly exhausted, with
out appetite, and in a complete state of
physical deline. And yet Bho did not,
could not neglect her duties. I have Been
her about the house, trying courageously to
care for the ones she loved when I could
toll, from the lines upon her face how much
sho was suffering. At times she would
rally for a day or two and then fall back
into tho state of nervous exhaustion she felt
before. Her head pained her frequently,
her body was becoming bowed by pain and
all hope or enjoyment in life seemed de
parted. What to do wo could not tell. I
resolved, however, to bring back her life
and vitality if possible and to this end be
gan to treat her myself. To my great relief
her system has been toned up, her strength
restored, her health completely recovered
and wholly by the use of Warner's Tippe
canoe, which I regard as the greatest tonic,
invigorator and stomach remedy that has
over been discovered. I was led to use it
the more readily as I had tested the health
restoring properties of Warner's Safe Cure
in my own person and I therefore knew
that any remedy Mr. Warner might produce
would be a valuable one. I have since
recommended both Warner's Tippecanoe
and Warner's Safe Cure to many of my
friends and I know several Doctors of
Divinity as well as numerous laymen who
are using both with great benefit."
If all the overworked and duty driven
women of America could know of the ex
perience above described, and act upon the
s?me, there can be little doubt that much
of the pain, and most of the depressing in
fluences of life might be avoided. Such
truths are too valuable to remain un
known. Fortify tho System.
AU who have exporluucad anil wltnesced the
eflt'ct of lloalotlur's Htomuch Bitturs upon the
wi'iik, broken ilown, desponding victim) of dytpep
t, livurcntnp'alnt, fever and ague, rheumatism,
utTvons di'Milty, or purmature decay, know that
In I 111 miprumn tonic and alterattva thora tilaU a
Hporlllc principle which icachci the very source of
thu trouble, aud effects an abeolute and permanent
For tale by all druggleta d doalersgonerany.
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA,
SUMMER LAW LECURKS(nlne weekly) befrlu
10th July, mi, and end loth September. Hate
proved of signal use, lat, to students who design
to pursue their studies at this or other Law behooil
ad, to those who propose to read privately;
to practloners who have not had the
systematic Instruction. Kor circular d'" l.
University ol Va.) to John B. Minor, 1'rof.Oom.
and Bmt.Taw, -
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