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CAIRO, ILL., SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 15, 18H1,
A happy surprise it was to Mr. A. R.
Norton, of Bristol, conn., -when Anii.oruoiioa
put him on hla foot, and sent hlra cheerfully
ibout hla business. Let Mm tell bl3 own Rtnry :
"About three weeks a,'0 I was taken
with severe crick In the back. For four days
I wu unabla to turn in bed without help, and
whan lifted up could not kUlJ on my fust. I wa
induced to try Athlofhoboh, afUirall the usual
remedii fulod. In 'A miuutea after takinv tho
Unit dotte-1 could bear my weight uiou my f t
In two days 1 waa able to put about and attend
to buainuui. In two other caw which liavu
ocmie to my knowlndKe it une hua been attended
with the aaiue result."
A poor man in Philadelphia had to bor
row a dollar to buy a bottle of Atfii.oi-iioiim.
On account of his poverty hla name hhall remain
a secret. Ho bad suffered terribly from Hheu
paUsni. He gratefully writes:
" I took my first doso Tuesday afternoon,
and on Wednesday, after but bcv. ii down, I kid
not a aharp or severe ache left. Than I red ui i d
the doae one-half and took Die remainder of tin;
' bottle. I was able to be steady at work till Hat
urday, when I took i severe cold ami wax un
able to une my left hand. I purchased another
bottle and by bed time I found relief. Tho
medicine la all you claim (or it."
Investigate A TiRoi-HOito-sallyou please!
Find all the fault you choose with it ! and
ret the fart remains, that it is doinj what
(o other medicine ever could do f r l;hw:
matisiu and Neuralgia.
If you cannot jet AniLOPHCkosof oi,i !
gist, we win send It express paid, on pv. .(
regular price one dollar per bottle. Wi j.r. ! r
that you buy it from your druggist, but if I:
hasn't It, do not be persuaded to try something
elae, but order at once from us aa directed.
ITHlOPHORuS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
t'liiinmimimiH It ........i. ..,..,
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The Emperor Louis Napoleon flunked
only the flneat cigars the world could pro.
duos. ITof. Hortford says the Emperors
cigars were made specially for him in Ha
Tana from leaf tobacco prown u, Die Uul den
Bait of N orth Carolina, till beinif the fluent
leaf grown. Dlaeiwell's liiill Durham
HmoklUK Tobacco n made from the name
leaf amd In the Emperor'a ciifar, in alwo
lutely pure and ta unquestionably the beat
tobacco ever offered.
Thackeray't rifted daughter, Anno, in
bar aketch of Alfred Tennyaon, in Uvprr't
Monthly, tella of her vunt to the rreat poet
Rhe found him smoking Blackwell ' Hull
Durham Tobacco, aent him by lion James
KuaaeU Lowell, American MininU:r to the
Court of Bt Jamee.
In tlieae dayaof adulteration, it in a v-.ni-fort
to aiuokera to knov that the bull Dur
ham brand n absolutely pure, and made
from the beat tobacco the world produce.
Blackwell't Bull Imrbani HmckiL To
bacco la the but and purest madx. All
deaiera hate it None irenuine without
the trade-mark of the Hull
HI ""I W-T9m
0. W. HENDERSON
No. 101 Commercial Ave.,
Sole Agent foi the Celebrated
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
Builders' nardware and Ca'pent'Tf' Tool?, Ta"i'e
and Pocket Cutlery, bent In the market, Movers'
Bros.' I'lated Knives, Fork utiu Spoons, (jnuutc
Iron Ware. Berlin Earthenware. Wh le Monntain
Freezers, Water foolers, Kefri,:erator, Clothes
'Wringers. Crown Fiuter-. St;p LaJt'cre, (iiirden
Implement, (ioldea htarOil rituvea- tiet in the
world, Lamp of every Uexcri, tion. Elain Oil,
Carpet Sweepers, Feather Dimcr, Krooms, Win
dow Screen Wire Cloth, Full nipply ol Fifliln
Tde above nt rock bottom price1.
Corner 12th and Commercial Avonue, Cuiro, 111.
Telephone Ho. lii.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Made to Order.
8th St., bt. Ohio Levee & Commercial Avo.
OA.IUO, - ILL
ilepairiiiff neatly done at short notice.
pV YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND KKTATL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TTIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORK CO,
Cor.Nineteuntli street t 'l!l'rt Til
:or,Nineteontb street t
Commercial Avonno '
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA qLARKSOX, Agent.
No. 30 ttth St., (3utro, 111.
fyOood Stock and Prlcoi Uuaaonnble. JfJ
Mi A A??y A A A A
Siuldon Appoaranoo of tho Man of
Millions at a Hotol In
Yaluo of TL'w Opinion ou OomiiKircial Mat
ters as Estimated by Himself Not
Worth a Continental.
A Little Parable Showing the Kind of a
Good Samaritan the Railway
Xi;w Vi.itK.Jnne H, W'liilo the brokers
at the t'niilsor were iHsen-siiifi Wubasli
lit 'J: 50 ln-t evening, Mr, Win. 11. Yau
dcrblit iipii:ij!y trippe'l into tin- lubby
with ii liijht, fiprlny step, and his face
wn atiiui.1 in smilcff. His uiiu:ii'unce was
u piTi'ect surprise, as tin; Kins, on which
lie was a fuissenger hoinewttrd bound,
had eoine in late an l was not expecU'd
to !anJ her pa-seners until this morn
ing. The brokers in.-tantly flocked
around him and a scene ol handshakings
and congratulations en.stK.'d. Every
body reu.arkcd t be vast Improvement In
his physical appearance. Ho has lost
some of his 5iierIluous tli .sh and has an
almost lithe, trim figure. His checks are
bronzed by sea air and tho i -xeitcrni'iit l
grei'tinc; his friends again brought a rosy
Hush into them and a sparkle to his eyes.
He was dressed in black bioidc'oth, with
doublu-bi'i.ated Prince Allc-rt coat and
low-cut vi.-8t. He wore t!u same s.Ihliy
ru-.ty black M;k hat whieh he had on when
he left for England aliut six weeks ngo.
He had not iinprovcil the opportu
nity of fur:iisid:i himself with a
new .-ilk hat of the laU.'.-t London
style. Alter tho goneial .-aiutation
tho lit st qu-'.-tion x-ked by everybody
was, "llu'.v did you mauaire U act
alnre, Mr. Yandi ri,L;t.''' The man of
millions laiiiiiiod merrily as he replied,
"I was the omy pas.M-n.-r who got off
the ship. You see t!i mail-tus came
akinijMd.; of us to .t the mail. I jumped
aboard th ; tug ju-t us -ho was about to
return. We lauded at the barge oliice.
Not being expect s, of course, my coach
was not tncre to receive ine. I hailed tho
fir-t cab 1 came aeros and wa- dri'.en
home. 1 remained tli rc only long
enough to say 'notv d'you do' to my
folks, and heio I am to learn ail about,
It was staled at the hotel that tho cab
which dad driven the magnate from the
barge otlice at l he battery up Lroadw ty
and through Fifth avtuuc was une of tl.e
CAll COMPANY'S "CAN.W'.Y Iilillis."
In the darkness Mr. Vanderbilt did cot
notice the yellow hue of the box nor the
crjwn and three feathers. It was only on
reaching his Fifth avenue p.tluoe, when
the driw-r asked one dollar fare instead
of the live dollars, which would
be the usual chirgc, that .Mr.
YanoVrbiH discovered tho na
ture of the vehicle. It was added that
the modern Croesus paid the dollar with
an inward chuckle and credited himself
with ? 4 saved. Espying Broker Stephen
N. (.'ad we 11 among the crowd which sur
rounded him, Mr. Vanderbilt linked arms
with Uiii) and took hiin iuto the ladies'
parlor, where the two had an earnestcon
versation which lasted until lG:4o. it
wus evident that during this long inter
view, Mr. Cad well was acting as a sort of
animated fortnightly (iazette of the last
two weeks' news.
When Vanderbilt returned to the lobby
Broker Cadweil still had his arm linked
in his, as if he was nf i aid some of the
bulls and bears would bodily carry him
off. The railroad man wa- in a hurry to
return to his family, yet w hen questioned
by a correspondent he cordially replied :
"Oil, I have had a very pleasant trip
abroad. I feel that I have returned in
Fplendid health. I am happy to-night at
being home ngaiu. I can't give yon the
details of my trip to-night. I'll tell you
all about them some other time."
"You know, Mr. Vanderbilt, that we
had a little panic here while you were
"Indeed," exclaimed t ho millionaire
with a lamb-like expression of counte
nance, as if he had heard of it for the
"What, in your opinion, was its cause,
and what will be its effect';"
"Oh, I don't know. It would take one
too long to begin to answer you now.
I've ju-t come iroin the ship, you know.
I want to timl out something' about the
panic myself before f can express my
opinion about it."
"How about Blaine's nomination?"
"I didn't know he was nominated until
you just now told inc."
"And Tilden's letter?"
"There you have me again," said Mr.
Vanderbilt, with a laugh. How could I
And out the news whbe on the ocean?"
"Will you be in Wall street to-morrow
".No. 1 shall dcote the day lo resting
I MAY T.'.K K A IUilVK
behind some of my trotters in tho after
noon." "Will your return have any effect on
the price of stocks'?''
"1 can't tell whether they will go up or
down," replied Mr. Vanderbilt, with a
short laugh. "My opinion anyhow isn't
Worth a continental."
Broker Cadwoll broke him off short and
hurried him tip the avenue In the direc
tion of Mr. Vanderbllt's residence. Opin
ion as to the effect of Mr. Vnnderbilt's
return ou Wall street was divided among
tiro brokers present at the hotel, "Tho
effect will be this," said one of them,
lroidlng tip his thumb and finger and join
ing them to Indicate a cipher.
"I don't agree with you," said another.
"If Vanderbilt will throw money on tho
street and buy stocks they will go up
with a boom."
'lie buy (docks in the present condi
tion of tho market," exclaimed a third.
"Ill tell you what, he'll di by tho way of
a little pumble. Once upon a time a man
was cast upon an Inhospitable shore. A
band of bloodthirsty natives fell upon
him, beat him black and blue, and
then robbed him of all ho possessed,
leaving nothing to cover him, but his
bare shirt. While the poor man was Iy
ing on Uie sand bemoaning his fate a man
passed by whom ho took to be a pood
Samaritan. II o told hi in of bis pitiful
plight. 'WUatt' cried the new comer,
Hbey left yon nothing but a shirt? Too
tittd, but if you having nothing else I'll
take that. That's- tho kind of a :ood
riatnsrttan William If. Vanderbilt Is."
The Poat-Ottlce Clerk Booked for Two
Years ut Chester.
St. Lui is, Mo,, June 11. At eleven
o'clock to-tlay Otto II. Wcidner, the I'ost
olllce clerk whopluu led guilty last Thurs
day to purloining money passing through
the general delivery box, was brought
into the Unite I States District
Court this morning t receive sen
tence. Colonel I). P. Dyer ad
dressed the Court plainly and
Iranklyon behalf of Weidner, recalling
the facts of defendant's hitherto good
chaiacter and his plea o! gubty without
burdening the court with the costs of a
trial. The prisoner himself, by permis
slo i, appealed to the Court for clemency,
not on his own account, but because of
an Invalid wife. After hearing all the
fuels, the Judge sentenced Weidner to
two years in the Penitentiary at
Chester, III. The prisoner was
then granted permission to visit his fam
ily, at No. 2Hi:i Missouri avenue, In
charge of a deputy Marshal, and will be
taken to Chester this evening.
Mrs. Weidner, wife of the prisoner,
called at tho United States Marshal's
ollico shortly after her husband received
his se n'ence, but she was so overcome by
her feelings that it was some time before
she w as able to converse with him.
BASK BALL UKKVlTIEik
Scoro of Games .PUyad' on Friday,
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis Unions, 16;
Cincinnutis, 1 1.
Philadelphia, Pa. New Yorks, 9; Phil
adelphia 1 Athletics, 12; Indiauap-
Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheny, 2; Cin
lToNllence, H, I. Bostons, 4; Provi
Boston, Mass. Baltlmorcs, 7; Bos
Buffalo, X. Y. Buffalos, 12; Cleveland-,
M'uueapoiis, Minn. Minne ipolis, 2;
St. Paul, MiiKi.-Sl, Pauls, 12; Stillwater-,
Detroit, Mich. Dutroits, 0; Chl-
Xevv York Mctiopolitans, 4; Tole
Milwaukee, Wis. Peorias, !( ; Milwau
Bay City, Mich. Bay Cilys, 7; Sigl
Port Wayne-, Iml. M uskegons, 7; Fort
Washington, D. C St. Louis-Washington
game postponed on account of
Brooklyn, X. Y. Cincinnati-Brooklyn
game postponed on account of wet ground.
Baltimore, Md. Baltimore-Louisville
game called at the end of the second in
ning on account of rain.
The "Army" and the Police.
BrFi'Ai.ei, X. Y., June 14. The Salva
tion Army paraded last night contrary to
orders of the police, and fourteen were
arre-ted and n. arched to the police court
much to the amusement of lookers on.
Seven, Including Lovett, a minister, were
sent to the workhouse for twenty days,
and the other seven, all servunt girls,
were lined live dollars or ten days each.
One paid the tine and the others were
sent up. Prayers are offered up for the
"martyrs." The army leaders say
parades will be made nightly. The
poiice say all participating will be arre-ted.
Sues Her Husband.
M I.KvN'siinito, III., June 14. Mrs.
Ida C. lieardeu has brought suit against
her husband for $.,00e). They were mar
lied about ten years ago, and moved to
Colorado, wh''re recently the husband
l.rought suit fo'r divorce on the charge of
adultery, but failed to get a decree.
Mrs. liearden then returned aud insti
tuted a civil suit against her husband to
recover money belonging to her, but used
iyhim. They are well knowu here and
moved in good society.
Till! HANGMAN'S SHADOW.
William Miller on Trial for the Murder
PieiiMo.vn, Mo., June I t. The Miller
murder case is fairly under way and the
.ourt-room packed. Mrs. Evilsizer testi
fied that her husuaud repeatedly said he
recognized his nephew, William Miller,
is the man who hot him. The evidence
o far is very damning to Miller. The
loft use objects to the introduction of
declarations made by Evilsizer, and if the
verdict should go against them they will'
:io doubt take the case up. There are
kventy witnesses to be examined, which
will carry the case over to the last of
Too Much of His Own Medicine.
Liti i.k Ilen'K, AitK., June 14. A Ger
man barkeeper named Fritz Meyer was '
Seen wandering out of town Thursday
I'venlng under the influence of liquor.
His body was soon after discovered with
his throat cut from ear to ear. A razor,
Ihe weapon with which the ghastly
wound was inflicted, was found lying by
Ids side. He was supposed lo have been
-crazed by drink, and the Coroner's jury'
relumed a verdict of sucide.
Whoat and Cheat.
Cum mhia, Mo., June 14. Returns
from a circular from Prof. J. W. Sanborn,
Secretary of the Board of Agriculture,
regarding cheat, show It is in tho
wheat in five-sixths of the counties'
lf Missouri, and that it varies from'
"a littlo" to twenty nnd even fifty per
tent. In some localities small nreaa
have becu plowed up, yet the plant is so
rigorous that w heat is ninety per cent, of
in average crop for the wiiole State.
SiiF.uiYvn.i.K, la.., Jnnc 14. The Dem
ocrats here arc at sea since the publica
tion of Tilden's letter. Now that the old
man has gone back on them they don't
know what to do. As to second choice
they are abont equally divided between
Cleveland aud Bayard. Tho mention of
Butler as even a remote possibility turns
the average Shelby Democrat blue.
Holt County's Iudomtity.
jEnrr.Ksox Citv, Mo., Juno 14. Reg
ister of Land McCulloch, has been noti
fied by tho General Laud Office that there
is duo Holt County a money indemnity
amounting to 92,442, aud a list em
bracing 4,M6 acrti ol land has lota sub
mil ted to the Becrrtarj of Uie . futcrtor
for Ida approval, wM:i wlfibe placed R
.he credit of the coHhty.
ANOTHER SIGNAL FAILURE,
Tho Oft Tried Experiment of Twc
Trains Passing on the
Collision Between An Exoursion and l
Kegular Train on the Oamden &
Six Employes of the Road K.lled Out
right and Both Locomotives
Tun inpi pun. Pi.. .Tiin 14. An ex
cursion train bound for Atlantic City ot
the Camden & Atlantic Road collide
with a passenger train near IladdenflcH
this moruiug. Several passengers arc re
ported killed. Xo particulars yet. Th
excursion was uuder the auspices of tu
Second Presbyterian Church of Camden
The collision occurred a short dlstauc
east of Ashland statiou. Both locomo
tives were entirely demolished ami tin
following train men are reported killed!
West Palmer, engineer of the acconi'
modatton, aged twenty-live.
George Baxter, engineer of the excur
siou train, aged thirty-live.
Walter Vaughn, baggage-master.
Albert Smith, conductor of tho excur
sion train, aged thirty.
Scott Wylie, mail agent, aged thirty
Xieholas Barker, lireman of the accomi
The accommodation train was com
posed of seven cars, aud the excursiol
train of two cars, the latter tilled wit!
women and children. Some mlsunder
standing of orders caused the accident,
as the accommodation was expected t4
wait on a siding at Ashland until the ex!
cursion train passed.
The following were injured:
Henry Dects, scalded, hip broken.
Leonard Bausch, badly scalded.
Prank McCormick, leg broken anfl
John Caskey, slightly injured.
William McCaskey, Internally; can ner
s- Joseph Pioscubaum, express agent, bad'
ly hurt about back aud head.
Al Glen, a conductor, internally.
Cora May Llppiucott and brother Fa
The injured were placed under imme.
ciiaie medical attendance aud removed to
WIIKN THE NEWS KKACI1ED CAMDEN
a special train was made up and a dozen
physicians departed for Ashland. A
wrecking train was also sent to Ashland.
The point where the collision occurred is
considered the worst on the line, li
is about two miles from Haddon
field and one mile from
Ashland, with a heavy down
grade and curve in both directions. In
the middle of the curve is a wooden
bridge over Cooper's Creek. There isi
only a single track in the curve. Mail
t .azeui tv yne caneu out iroiu uuuei mc
debris: 'Here I am." When taken ou
he was found shockingly lacerated.
Death occurred In a very short time,
Among the more
passengers were John and Willie Caskey.
The former, aged twelve, had his face
badly cut; the latter will die. The
supervisor of the road, Frank Fenton,
was rescued after laborious work
for two hours, terribly mangled. He did
not survive long. At the moment the
collision occurred Conductor Smith was
counting tickets in front of the smoking
car. At that instant also Supervisor
Dale, who was in the third car, jumped
to the platform aud assisted a number ot
children an I older folks, who escaped
through the windows. The work ol
clearing the road is not yet acconi.
HKADIXG OFF Til E HUSIN E.3-S MUX,
Efforts of Machine Politicians to Throt
tle the Business Man's Boom.
Sr. Louis, Mo., June 14. Since the in
auguration of the business men's boom
for a delegate-at-large to the Democratic
Convention, the floor of the Exchange has
beeu the resort of all the local political
wire-pullers. Ed Devoy, who was on
'Change this morning, said to a reporter:
"If the business men of St. Louis want a
representative in the Chicago Conven
tion they can have him. Let them name
their man say President Dave Francis
and we political bummers and tricksters
will elect him. And iu-t say that I said
rtEAMIXG IT OFF.
The effort Is being made by tho poli
ticians to head off the movement with
promises like these. "If we go on with
this movement as we have Inaugurated
it," said a prominent business man,
"we arc certain of success. As a coil
cession, the St. Louis machine crowd
might elect a business man a district
delegate to the convention but what's
a district delegate? Why, a mere non
entity. We want a delegate-at-large.
If the Democrats who represent the
greatest commercial Interests of the
State will select such a man as Mike
McEnnls, Frank Gaiennie, Dave Francis,
Jerome Hill, or Major C. C. Rainwater,
as their choice for delegate-at-large, the
convention will confirm it.
TAKE RAINWATER, FOR INSTANCE.
I don't know whether he would serve or
not. I know he is uot a candidate, but
he is a man who is known all through
the State, and who knows tho State
thoroughly. He would be a power In the
National Convention not a man to bo
led, bat to lead. He has friends all over
Missouri and the delegate convention
Would select Kirn as delegate-at-large
without a donbt. If we let these fellows
head ns off now we never desefve to have
anything or to be anything 'jut a laughing
ii ib Mr, ruxASKi MiroOEn cask.
Another Bad Say tor tho Defendants'
Lincoln, Iix., June 14. With the
tlose of yesterday the prosecution In tho
Mt, Pulaski triple- murder trial rested Its
sase. It was a field lay for the State,
ind much damaging testimony against
Hall and Ferris was Introduced. The ev
tience In effect placod FerrU at Hall's
House In Ut. Pulaski tho Friday befws
foe Border, and traced him back le Staun
ton next dar. Several witnesses corrob.
mte4 another Is then facta, attjopa
Idctri Araht AwghiJt H gslJL . ftfeajbtj t
Tuclo Will," meaning ferrU, "had
come to their house Friday eveuiug'about
four o'clock, ato supper, went to bed,
and she had never sew hiinstnce until in
court this morning. Chas..Plfer, the old
companion aud relative of Ferris, also
testified that the latter spoke to Mm in
June, 1$S2, wantiug him to go north to
Logan County; told hlra ho knew
a rich old bachelor up there
they could knock over and get a
big stake, and when witness
ref used to go Ferris told him he was go
ing, and inside of a month would be a
rich man; cautioned witness not to chirp,
for if he did it would make him out a
liar, or he wou'd never get to swear to
it. A short time before the arrest of Fer
ris he had asked Pife.r to come aud stay
all night with him, which ho was afraid
to do. The chain of circumstances seems
to bo unbroken and complete, aud from
the character of tho witnesses it does not
seem possible to upset it.
'1 KOL'IILI'.SOME GAMULEU.S.
They Cause the Arrest of the Mayor and
City Marshal of Omaha.
Omwia, Nek., Juue 14. The Grand
Jury to-day indicted Mayor Chase and
City Marshal Guthrie for alleged bribery
and perjury. It lscharged that thesetwo
ollicials have been levying tribute upon
gamblers and prostitutes, and received
money from the contractors, The evi
dence agaiust them is said to have been
given mainly by the gamblers, who claim
to have paid and handled the corruption
.MAPLi: T1SEK BAKIv-LICK.
The Insects That are Killing the Shade
Tree s of Illinois.
SiiKi.iiYViu.E, III., June 14. The
millions of insects which are creating
such havoc among the maple trees iu this
section of the State have been found to
be what are ( ominouly called maple tree
bark-lice, and which are scientifically
known as lecaulutn aeerieola. Prof.
Forbes, the Stile entomologist, pro
nounces them to be such, and says they
are identical with the d' aded ene-
mies tf shade trees, wuich have1
made such ravages In Peoria County.
Tin .til,, cm. .-(ill ,i...lh,wt .-.f UrrMIn'
them is to sprinkle them with a solution
of white hellebore, or tobacco, soap and
water, when the young ones are llrst
hatched and tender. Unless this remedy
is speedily resorted to the maple trees of
this and surrounding counties will all bu
Favorable to the Pennsylvania.
Piiii.AHEi.ruiA, Pa., June li. Thd
ollicials of the Pennsylvania Koad state
ftiat t!ie purchase of the coal lands
by the Lehigh Company iu the Snow-Shod
coal region is not antagonistic to them
but they encourage the scheme. A traffic
contract has been made in which the)
Pennsylvania Koad agrees to transport
the product of the mines over the Snow
Shoe and Bald Eagle Valley Koads td
Lock Haven, thence over the Philadel
phia & Erie Koad to Mount Carmel.
NO MOXKY F()lt JJEl'OSITOIW.
Announcement of the Beceiver of the
Hot Springs National Bank.
Little Bock, Auk., June 14. Keceiver
Bundy, of the broken Hot Springs Na
tional Bank, announces to-day that
there is no money to pay the depositors,
aud receiver's certificates aro being
issued. A statement of the bank's doni
dition shows over .'18,000 liabilities, With
nominal assets of $'311,000, of which SHI),-1
000 are thought! worthless and willj there
fore, not pay the liabilities.
A Candidate for Joliet.
SiiKi.iiYvn.i.E, III., June 14. Jack
Hammers!)', alias John Henry Smith, was'
arrested on a State's warrant at Steward
son for burglarixing the residence of Mr;
Mills, eight miles north of Effingham.
He was taken to Effingham by the Sheriff
and lodged iu jail. Hammersly is an old
offender and he will probably be rail
roaded to Jollet.
A Twenty-flve Thousand Dollar Fire.
New VoitK, June 14. Fire this morn
ing, in a ilve-story building, 52 and 54
Grove stree t, occupied by the Washing-1
ton Steam Laundry, tho Hammond Type
writer Co., the American Star Capsule
Co., and the Mabie, Todd & Co., Gold
pen Manufacturers, caused a loss of 23,
000; well Insured.
Sentenced to be Hanged.
Cincinnati, O., June 14. This morn
ing Judge Matthews sentenced P.Ichard
son, convicted of murder lo the first de
gree, to be hanged Septembor2ii, between
the hours of 11 and lia. m. It is not
probable that a motion for a new trial
will be attempted or entertained.
McKonney's Midnight Visitors.
ViNCENNES, Ind., June 14. The house
of K. J. McKcnney, a prominent citizen
of this city, formerly of St. Louis, was;
entered last night by burglars, who car
ried away a $300 gold watch and chain,
a quantity of other jewelry aud 18 in
Bishop Simpson's Condition.
Philadelphia, Pa., June 14. At noon
to-day there is a marked change for the
better in Bishop Simpson's condition
His physicians declined to say, however,'
whether any hope of his ultimate fo-i
covery might be entertained.
Jkfi-uuson City, Mo., Juno 14.
Secretary of State MeGrath says after
Tilden and Hendricks, Bayard anef
Flowers, Bayard and Morrison or Payne
and Flowers' Is the ticket, but no Cleve
land for hltn.
Ratifying" at Flora.
Flora, Iix., Juno, 14. The Repub
licans of this county will hold a Blftlnoj
and Logan ratiilcntiou meeting nuro Ibis,
evening. A number of prominent speak
ers will bo present.
1 OUTV-ICIUUTII COXUUKS9.
Washington, D. C, Juue 14. The
report ot tho conference com
mittee on tho Post-oflflco appropriation
bllloamo np as unfinished business of
Vlr. Ilotr (of Michigan) moved to
amend tho Senate amendment "For
necessary and special fiieflltjeS on trtfSk
Hbcs, 185,000' and tot the. fltst $1
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TOflBin nnuri e
r and MALARIA.
From these sources aiiso threo-iourth9 of
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