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CAIRO, ILL., SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, im.
BlLEU.tLlTI.SM and NEL'UALtilA bate
loog enough run riot la the banian
They have tormented the human family and
aVfled Uie medical faculty ; from time out of memory
they have corrupted the blood, demoralized the Joint,
vexed tho ncrvea, airouiaxl Uio muscles uud rucktd
the brain with wearying pain.
"Anrtopnonos" Is tho enemy of lthcuma
tlum uid Neuralgia, repairs tlioir iamaui, ruuews
the blood, ennui the joint, culius Uie uervtw. soothes
the muscles, givo root and ixuco to the truuOlui
bruin, and ennurou delightful atop.
" AraLOPnOBOS " la a new remedy, tut It haa
been abundantly tried. From far and war cono ten.
tlmonlaU from well-known persons who bad Ion
been luiferera. It has turned their dineaaea out It
ha cured them. That ht all,-and thut la enough,
"AniLOPnoKOs" can do for you what
it boa duno for thoso sufllrern. It can
drive out your Rheumatism and Neuralgia,
and will do bo if you give it a fair trial.
u AinLOPnoROS " has by this time had such a
(rood trial all over the country that its true work U
known, and lta true character proved.
"Athlopiiobos" means "Pitte-Bearer;"
"Victor;" " Conqueror-" It carrion off the prim as
Victob over Uie attacks of thene t mble nulaUii,
and CoMgecBoa of Uie frightful aonlua their io
tluii have endured. Not a mere temporary relief,
but a permanent, enduxlnif, and triumphant cure.
If you cannot get ATntopiiOBOSof your drug
gist, wo will send It express piiid, on receipt of
regular price one dollar per bottle. We prefer
that you buy It from your druggist, but if he
hasn't It, do not be persuaded to try something
else, but order at once from us as directed,
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
To the SMOKERS of
Bull Durham Smok
The genuine has picture of
BULL on every package.
For particulars see our next
(!. W. HEXDERSOtf.
No. llH Commercial Ave.,
fcole Agent foi the Celebrated
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work,
Buildtrs' Hardware and Carpenters' Tool,Tab?e
and Pocket Cutlery, bed In the tuarket. Kot;er
broa.' Plated Knlvi'f, Forks auu Sdoouk, (iramte
Iron Ware. Benin Earthenware, NVti.te Monutaln
Freezeri", Water Coolers, Hufrijreniror, Clothes
Wringers. Crown Flnter. Ht'P Ladder. Garden
Implemenia, (iolrien btar Oil Stoves- bet In the
world, Lumps of every den ription. K'.aln Oil,
Carpet Sweepers, Y ather Uiieters. liroonm. Win
dow Screen Wire Cloth, Full supply ot Fishing
The above at rocft bottom price.
Corner l.'lh and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
Telephone No. IsS.
:: OF TUE SEASON; TO ::
Illinois Central R. K.
WEDNESDAY, June 25
Train will leave Cao i:l."i A. M.. and arriving
tn Chicago H::l(t 1. M. of the aatne day. Fare to
Chicago and return,
n L. .nm.n .utintniT n,i,itin,r l,f ft,., Ptilpntrn
Driving Park wl 1 be held Juno SOth to vSth In
clusive, presenting unusual attractions to those
lntereitcd. Kvery one should take this opportu
nity to visit Chicago.
lTickcti are good to return on any thrones
train leaving Chtcaco up to and Including the
evening train 01 ,iinniny. .miijt mi.
B.T. JKFFKKY, (ien. Supt.
.1. F. MKItltY. (i.'n. Westc n Pass Agt
A. II. UANttON, Hen. Vift Agt.
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CI-ARK90N, Agent.
No. 30 Nth St., Cairo, 111.
3f Oood Stock and Prices lieaponalle. jfej
GARRISON'S FAILURE, :
Downfall of Tho Man Who Count
ed Ills Monoy by tho
Liabilities More Thau Twenty Millions
Assets Believed to be About Fif
teen Million Dollars,
The Lofty Tumble the Result of .he
Recent Continued Decline
New Yiikk, Juue 20. Cornelius K.
Gurrlsou assigned to-day to Johu T.
Terry, of E. U. Morgau & Co., bankers,
Terry, bolug Interviewed, said he bad no
idea yet how matters stood.
Melville C. Day, ouo of Garrison's at
torneys, thought careful niaoageinent
would enable nun to pay all claims, llo
thought the street rumor ol six millions
liabilities exaeruted. The nominal as
sets are likely to bo fifteen millions.
Garrison Is a heavy Indorscr of railroad
paper. His physical condition Is feeble
owiug to advanced ayo.
News of tho assitrmiient brought out
large blocks of Wall street stocks, caus
ing a decline of one-half to live pr cent.,
led by Vauderbllt and Western Colon.
Garrison's preferences are stated at
aa follows: Hunk of Call
forula, s0,600; Bank of New York audi
National Bankin? Association, 8:400,000;
United States Trust Company, $100,000;
Pcarsall 4 Co., $50,000 in notes; Eamos
H Mooro, $30,000; Michigan (ar Com
pany, $70,000; Nasou Manufacturing
Company, 18,t45; Jasoa Machine
Worts, fulfil); Ctroegle Crew., $30,01 ;
mnwooa btase iron torapany, i,w;
Danworth Company, $2,W; Alfred
WMd'm; sundries, S71.0W.
darrisoe's Fall tug Confirmed
Nw Yoek, Joao fflJ.-rTae fiOluro ol C,
K. Garijon Is couOnuea thtp morntngj
Xhe UabUitba m tfipjl at 13,000,000
Uio aasets at $13,000,00.1 jooa p. Jerrj
has bean appointed g wlad on !4ri5airl
soa'saSalcs, CilU5.9'? stock?,;, .
Commodore (LL Garrlsoa'i faliiirfl la
atUibutcH tathii upld decline-in Stocks
KhicU ti Ueerxu rjrogrt;sj for morjl
tian.l.ia"MltIl pash He Is largely loter.
ated Sjx UiB Htt4barsh S NVhecllng inLi
pW3,W wtucn otOUicr n3fi vresiueni up
d eLort Uaio n?o. UU-d tile decrease in
M Value of its 8toci caused by th.o loss
it freight resuitiug frota tho shut down
IjjUio coal mines was Instrumental in
arcing Urn to toe wall. Mr. Garrison is
did and decrepit aud was reputed worth
between $20,000,000 and $0,000,000.
Liabilities Unknown Company for Gar
rison. Paris, Kv.t June 20. licv. Geore T.
Gould, Tresldent the Millt-rsburj?
female College, has assigned. Liabilities
unknown; assets, $13,000.
Wis It a Simple E Idnaping or a Daep
Laid Bohemi to Defraud Bis
Kan-jas City, Mo., Juuo 20. Tho
British House of Commons has been
called on to consider the mysterious kid
naping of Alfred Sheldon, an English
resident of Kansas City, and the British
Minister at Washington has been in
structed to investigate the case.
On Monday evening, May 5, two men
drove up to Uie door of Alfred Sheldon,
Twenty-first and Chestnut streets, this
city, and read to him an alleged warrant
for his arrest as manager of the Blue
Springs Milling .Company, whose affairs
are said to be in a complicated condition.
Sholdon promptly obeyed and drove away
with them, since which time noth
tog has been seen of him. ills
wlfo has received several letters
lo Sheldon's handwriting, mak
ing propositions for ransom, under
penalty of his being shot. These propo
sitions included a payment of $11,000 to
the Bine Springs Milling Company, a
fjeed to his house and lot In Kansas
City, and his share in the mill. The Milly
lug Company claim thai. Sheldon is a de
faulter in tho sum of $2i!,500, and
that he has simply run away to En
gland to avoid settlement.
But Willie g to Make the Bace For tho
Good crT the Cause.
Bki.i.evillk, III., June 20. Dr. James
L. rerrymau, of this city, who was yes
terday chosen fbr Lieutenant-Governor
by the State Prohibitionists at Bloom
lugton, on the ticket headed by J. B.
llobbs, of Chicago, arrived homo this
forenoon. The Doctor says ho has
no hope of being elected, but he
believes the Prohibitionists will poll
50,000 votes or more. He will make
speeches dming the campaign, but ex
pects final success of the cause by edu
cating people to know the destructive aud
ruinous effects of alcohol. The State
will be flooded with temperance liter-,
attire. A majority ot the convention were
former Iiepublicans, who bitterly de
nounced that party for proving recreant
to duty. The Doctor denies the published
reports of his nomination speech in which
Belleville was vllllfled. He says ex
Governor St. Johu of Kansas will be
unanimously nominated for the Presi
dency nt tho National Convention in
M13SOUHI W. C. T. U.
Working1 Session-Miss Willard's Be
oeptionThs Downing Law.
Skdama, Mo., June 20. The proceed
ings of tho W. C. T. U. Convention this
morning wero of a strictly business na
ture, such as reports of officers and com
mittees. A motion prevailed to form St.
Louis into a ko pa rate district of the
State, the officers of the St. Loots Union
to constitute tho oljkers of the district.
At 11 o'clock a. m. Mlw Frarrcis Wil
tard aud her private Secretary, Miss Anna
Gordon, appeared in tho church, fresh
from tho Prohibition Convention of
Bloomlugton, ill. Miss Wlllard was re
ceived with much upplaiuo and a thrice
repeated "Chautaudua Salute," She told
of tho convention at BtwrjplBgton, And
said that St. John would bo the Prohibi
tion nuiuince for President. Mrs. Anna
Sueed, of Klrkwood, from tho Legislative
Committee, made a report aud denounced
In strong terms the Downing law, calling
it a fraud.
IB THE Ill'ltl'tjE ENCAMPMENT.
The Infantry Drill Yesterday-Premiums
DLuro.ii:, I t., Juno 20. Tho competi
tive military drill took place yesterday.
The following companies took part In the
Infantry drill: Company D, First Min
nesota, of St. Paul ; Tredways, of St.
Louis; Company C, of Muscatine; Branch
Guards, St. Louis; Mobile IUtles, and
National Killes, of Washington. In tho
ifterwoon the Milwaukee Light Cavalry
gave a prize drill.also the Busch Zouaves,
of St. Louis, aud Battery D, Fifth Ar
tillery, U. S. A. Tho infantry prize will
ie between the Treadways, of St. Louis,
md the Mobile Itllles. There will be a
Iress parade and sham battle this after
ooon. TO HE OFFICIALLY NOTIFIED.
Blaine and Logan Will Hear From the
Bohto.v, Mas.i., June 20. The commit
tee appointed by the National Republican
Convention to notify Blaine and Logan of
iheir nomination met to-day and decided,
!o take a special train, arriving at Au
gusta at ten o'clock. They will remain
it headquarters until to-morrow morning,
vhen the committee will wait upon
'Jlaliic with the nomination, which will
lie tendered by Chairman John B. Hen
lerson. After speeches and other exer
ises the committee will leave for Port
land, where a reception will be tendered
them by the citizens. They will reach
Hostou on Monday and then return home.
Abducted or Eloped.
Mii.waukkk, Wis., Juno 20. Tho ab
Juction of Margaret Kllng, the fourteen-(ear-old
daughter of a respectable fam
ily, was repotted to the police to-dayi
Henry Gehrig, aged sixty, recently an
minute of the SahlUrs' Home, proposed
io marry her, and, being refused, boldly
fntered the house, seized the girl and
;htrted off. There Is no trace of either.
It is believed the girl accompanied him
Ker vs. Bliss.
Washington, D. C, June 20. Mr.
Ker, of the Government counsel in the
Star-route cases, was before the Springer
Committee to-day. He intimated that
Bliss, lu his position of counsel, was in
fluenced by political motives, but he
would not say so directly. Tho greater
part of the session was occupied by Ker
In reviewing Bliss' statements, particu
larly those regarding Price. Ker defend
ed Price, and offered to submit certain
affidavits bearing upon bis case. The
Committee ordered these allldavits to be
produced for their information.
Mr. Ker thought it very. Important for.
tnc committee to settle definitely tho
question of veracity now pending, be
tween uass and the Hutchison grand
jury, respecting the efforts made to se
cure Trice's testimony. Altera lively
passage-at-arms between MilNkcn and
Van Alstyne, members of the committee,
respecting the character of Ker's testi
mony, Ker continuing, said : "Mr. Bliss
his seen fit to testily that I was guilty of
direct falsehood. I will undertake to
prove by the record that Bliss, instead of
myself, has been guilty ot falsehood. Tho
witness proceeded to recapitulate cer
tain passages of testimony, but nothing
Mr. Bliss resumed the stand and made
further corrections and explanations.
Washington, D. C, Juno 20. W. II.
Dcmpsey, stationer, was arrested for
complicity with Kirkwood in the Navy
Department swindles. Dempsey rendered
bills amounting to $C,000; Kirkwood,
who was chief of the medical supply di
vision, endorsed these bills and they were
Colonel Burnside, of the Post-ouTce De
partment, was to-day surrendered by his
bondsmen and placed In jail. Develop
ments show him to have been guilty of
systematic robbery for the past eight
Chandler's Drat? Net.
Washington, D. C, Jane 20. The
Secretary of the Navy to-day ordered a
court of inqury, composed of Commodore
Jewett, Medical Director Peck, Pay Direc
tor Looker and Paymaster Barton, to
convene at the Navy Department to in
vestigate the system of pay vouchers,
charges of fraud, etc., lu the Bureau of
Medicine and Surgery, and to ascertain
whether the frauds extend to other
bureaus or implicate other olflcials. The
Board will convene at once.
The Fishermen Eeturn.
Washington, D. C, Juno 20. The
President and Secretary Lincoln re
turned to Washington last night, accom
panied by General Sharpe, who will bo a
guest at the White House.
Old Ban Getting: There. a'
Washington, D. C, Juno 20. General
Benj. F. Butler had an Interview with
the president to-day.
FOliTV-KIUlITU VUHO 11 liSS.
Washington, D. C, June 20. Sena
tor Hawley presented tho report of tho
printing committee, recommending the
passage of a jolut resolution directing
fifty thousaud copies of tho report of tho
Committee on Education and Labor to be
printed. This would cost $153,000.
Senator Sherman opposed snch a large
expenditure, and thought tho voluminous
report could bo condensed to one-llfth
tho present bulk by clemlnating worthless
matter. Tho report went over on Sher
Senator Voorhees' resolution directing
the Secretary of tho Interior to furniah
Information in regard to contracts for
furnishing beef cattle to tho northern and
southern superintendences during 1883
84, was called up and agreed to. Voorhees
disclaimed any hostility.
The House to-day passed a bill reducing
from fifty to tweuty-llvo cents tho fectf
for certifying manifests and fixing at tan,
CenCs the fee (of Tcceivlng manifests and
granting permits Do Tnmolt navtRstlnd
waters of tho Nortrwrn fronllch It ah3
passed a bllliorUlo forfeiture oitinCsifnH
lands of the Slotrtt City & St? Paul Rflf
Nad. .... ISifcl. I
THE ZUNI RESERVATION,
Ooneral Logan's Oonneotlon Witt
tho AUogod Indian Land
Tho Laud Never Belonged to the Indi
ans Nor Was It Ever 8tolon
The Exact History of a Much Discusset
and Little Understood Transac
tionLogan Not in it.
Logan and the Zunla.
Sr. Louis, Mo., June 20. Tho .VonitHj
Cull of this morning publishes tho fol
lowing special from Santa Fe, N. M.,
which purports to be an exact history ol
Major Tucker's land entries:
Santa Fk, .. M., June 20. In a recent
issue a Missouri journal of some
prominence and several less prominent
partisans assail General John A. Logan
for alleged connection with what they
please to call tho robbery of a valuable
portion of the Zunl Indlau reservation In
Southwestern New Mexico. To citizens
of New Mexico acquainted with tho facts
aud the worthless vagabonds called Zunl
Indians it seems simply preposterous
for any newspaper claiming to be de
ceutly a.id sensibly couducted to
rehash su:h stale yarns. The facts
are these: During the spring
of 133, several townships adjacent to
the Zunl reservation were surveyed, and
after approval of the survey, these town
ships were opened to entry under the pre
emption homestead, desert and timber
culture act. Several months after these
WKJtK DKCLAIiKD OPEN lolt ENTRY
by the proper officers of the Department
of the luterior, Major W. F. Tucker
and Captain W. II. Lawton,
of the Uuited states army, tiled
each a desert land and homestead
entry upon tracts containing springs, and
along a branch of the Nutria River. This
they did in strict accordance with the
law, and in the exercise of their just
rights as American citizens. Shortly after
such filings, an Indiuu Agent, B. M.
Thomas, discovered that in recommend
ing an extension of the reservation
to the Zunis several years previous
he lad forgotten to inclnde these
tracts. This immaculate Indian
agent at once stirs up the Indian
Bureau. The Indlau Bureau stirs up the
General Laud Office and llnallv an Execu
tive order '.s issued adding these town
ships to the Zunl reservation. For this
reason the eutries of the geutleuien
named above are held suspended at the
General Laud Office pending a final adju
dication of the case. The Zunis have
never owned or even claimed these lands.
They do not use them to-day and never
usei' tticiu. Of course they would like tc
ha1 them and as much more land as the
Government will give them, even into the
millions. .nd now, as for
;':r.yr.:u locan's connection
with the matter, Ik absolutely has none.
Vour correspondent has silted the matter
to the bottom, examined the official
record ami knows this to be a fact. It is
true Major Tucker is General Logan's
son-iu-lHW, but the General knows noth
ing of Major Tucker's entries, was not in
New Mexico when they were made and
had no hand in it In any way,
shape, manner or form. Major Tucket
:md Captain Lawton made legal eutries
upon free, unclaimed, wholly unappro
priated aud unused public lands, by virtue
of and in strict conformity with the law.
The Spanish grant to the Zunis covers
not one-third of the area of their present
reservation, aud that Is all they are en
MAD FOK DUIXK,
A Minnesota Man, Whose Wife and
Children Escape, Kills His Mother-In-Law
Sr. Pacl, Minn., June 20. A double
murder and suicide occurred here last
night. Joseph Cechura came home in
the evening and threatened to kill his
wife, who escaped with the children.
He then locked the door, preventing the
escape of his mother-in-law, Mrs. Kath
arine Messerschmidt and her daughter,
and arming himself with a large knife
stubbed the old lady in the back and
lireast. The daughter rushing
to her mother's rescue was stabbed
through the lungs. She then started for
a neighbor's, but the elder lady having re
ceived fatal Injuries fell on the way,
where the cries of the daughter attracted
attention and brought assistance. The
murderer then went up stairs and com
mitted suicide with poison. He was
taken to the hospital, but died this
morning. Cechura was a Bohemian
of about fifty, and with his wlfo oc
cupied the upper portion of the house,
and rented tho lower part to his
mother-in-law. The quarrel grew out
of the fact that his wife had collected
the rent to prevent his spending It for
tlriuk. He left a letter to his children
saying: "If you should ever marry I hope
you will get better wives than your
mother Is or ever was." Another letter
Bald he belonged to tho Kulghts of Honor
of St. Louis, Mo.
Margaret Messerschmidt, the daughter,
is not expected to live.
SHOT H YA CHAN K.
Ix Prominent New York Lawyer
tacked in His Office.
New YortK, June 20. John Drake, a
ell-known lawyer who was shot in his
)llico yesterday, lies at his homo to-day
io seriously wounded that tho gravest
ipprchcnsions are entertained. The man
vlio shot him is still free, but there is
lttlo doubt that he will be arrested to
day. The would-be murderer is notT.
I. Oakley Rhlnelander, as reported,
nil his brother, Wm. C. Rhineiaader,
vho has been lu Kuropo for tho past year
ivlth his father, mother and sisters.
Drako Is counsel for the Rhiuelandcr
'slate. W. Khinelauder is the nnfor
lunato ' member ot the old family, tho
ilstory of which Is identified with that of
.ho growth of New York from a vlllago
a ttiement to a metropolitan city. Tho
ra idfnther left the estate which
i s father Win. Rhlnelander administers.
I'onng William E., it is said, however, Is
lot one of tho heirs, having been cut off.
y the will. He is described as a crank,
Kbo wus allowed to go at large on ac
iouut of his family connections', but was;
tt no time more than half responsible for
lis actions aTldshorfurrtV! been tflrtrjodcT:
vstnint long ngo. - Ho Is thirty yean ot
ne. He was a frequent visitor to tin
olllci) ol Mr. Drake, who tolerated hU
piesence; but other ' tenants ol
the building who saw young
Khinelauder there often were impressed
w Ith the Idea that he was not a safu man
to have about tho office. Tho office boi
in an adjoining room says: "I heard ng I
noise up to the moment when tho pistol I
shot was fired. When Mr. Douglass, an.
other occupant of the office, rushod lntc
Drake's private office the lattur was
struggling with Rhlnelander to prevent
his shooting again. Douglass grabbed
Ithliielauder's arm. The latter strug
gled like a mad man shonting
inarticulate oaths between his teeth.
Douglas boro dowu the man by main
strength to the fioor, holding him there.
Uhliielaudor was kept In custody by Doug'
las aud other teuauts until after Drake
reiterated his absolute determination nol
to make a criminal charge against him on
account ot his relation to the family. lit)
was then allowed to depart In custody ol
a relative who, Douglas says, will be re.
sponsible for his appearance when want'
BASE UAH. HKKVmJS.
Score of Games Pliyed on Thursday
Washington, D. C. St. Louis, 8;
Cincinnati, O. Cincinnati Uulons, C;
St. Louis, 2.
Providence, R. I. Providences, 6;
Pittsburgh, Pa. Clncinuatis, 7; Alle
Chicago, 111. Chicago Uulons, 12;
Kansas Citys, 8.
Baltimore, Md. Baltimore Unions, 13:
Clevelaud, O. Clevelauds, 3; Chi-
Buffalo, N. Y. Detroit, IS; Buffalos,
St. Paul, Minn. St. Pauls, C; Peorlas,
Stillwater, Mlun. tjuincys, 8; Still
New York. Brooklyns, 7; Columbus j
Fort Wayne, Ind. Fort Wayues, 9;
Terre Haute, 3.
Graud Rapids, Mich. Grand R apidf
17; Muskegons, 4.
Coi.lwui, O., June 20. The Supreme
Court has just affirmed the judgment of
tho lower court in the case of Wagner,
the Morrow County murderer, under
seutence of death. Wagner must hang
unless Governor Hoadley Interferes, anc
that Is not probable.
Seriously Injured in a Collision.
Philadelphia, Pa., Juno 20. A col
lision occurred yesterday eveuing at Blue
Anchor Station, on tho Philadelphia &
Atlantic Railroad, between the Paymas
ter's train and a ferry train. Both en
gines Were shattered. The engineers
jumped and escaped. John Scrogle, a
brakeman, and Win. Tuttler, fireman,
were seriously injured. The accident
was caused by the ferrv train being an
hour ahead of time. The injured men
were orougni to tnis city tins morning.
The train dispatcher's statement is nol
Philadelphia, Pa., June 20.-?? A. twenty-horse-power
boiler exploded about
noon at the road machiue shops of the
S. Pennock & Sons Company. A few men
were seriously hurt, among whom was
15. P. Kirk, Treasurer of the Pennock
Manufacturing Company. The shop?
were considerably damaged. They took
fire, but the flames were soon put out.
Fire destroyed a great number ol
houses at Pisaqua, Peru.
A riot at Krivorage, Russia, had to b
suppressed by the military.
The report that Kassala, Egypt, had
fallen is doubted in military circles.
Bismarck had a long interview with
Prince Orloff, the Russian ambassador.
The dedication of the Washington
monument has been set for February 22,
S. II. May & Co., wholesale oils and
paints, Montreal, are reported embar
rassed. Tho Illinois Prohibition Convention at
Bloomlngton raised 2,700 for campaign
John Gustavus Droysen, an eminent
professor of history at the Berlin Uni
versity, is dead.
The new Mexican minister to France
was received by President Grevy In a
The gates of tho Palace yard, London,
are locked at night, on account of fear of
Tho voters of Toledo defeated a propo
sition to issue bonds for 250,000, to be
expended in city parks.
The jubilee at London in honor of the
fiftieth birthday of Rev. C. II. Spurgeon
was continued another day.
The king of Cambodia has transferred
tho administration of tho kingdom to tho
French Governor at Tarjou,
The Governor of Dongola asks for re
inforcements and declares he will not
evacuate before the feast of Ramadan.
The Porte is not pleased with tho
outlook concerning Egyptian affairs, and
has addressed a circular to tho powers.
The opening of the Capo Fear aud
Yadken Railway was celebrated at Greens
boro, jN. C, 5,000 persons being present.
The Tennessee Democrats indorsed
the administration of Governor Bate and
nominated him by acclamation for re
election. Mrs. Warren, of Denver, has donated
8100,000 to tho Denver University, but
with a proviso, to establish a department
Heavy rains and washouts are re
ported in Northern Mexico, but In the val
yy around tho capital tho dryness Is un
precedented. The report from Wall street that Com
modore Garrison had failed proved to bq
unfounded, and wa9 thought to have
been started by some malicious person.
Charles Francis Adams, Jr., tho new
President of tho Union Pacific, denies
that he had discovered a conspiracy
whereby the company was being robbed.
The Joint Executive Committee of the
Trunk lines and Western connections
met lu New York to consider the per
centages under the new passenger pool
Alex. J, Dufosscz, formerly manager of
tho New Orleans Opera-boose, was ar
rested In New York on a charge of wife
abandonment, brought by his betttT naif,
and was setit to lall: .. -
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
More Tliroat. Nwrlllne, Npralns, Bruises.
Iliirna. Nralila. Front Ultra,
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All who hare experienced and witnessed the
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KIDNEY DISEASES (J)
Bffausn It acta on the MVEll, BOWELS and
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ir solid pkoof of mm,
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r 2 motions, thereby
CLEANSING the RLOAB
roe to ring the normal power to throw off disease.
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