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(JAIitO, ILL, TUESDAY .MOJtMNG, .JUNE 21,
AniLonioitos Is a novel wonl to most
peoplo who Biwuk tho Kiitrlixli ImiifiiaKo. 'J'liti
c,'",ur" mtuim by it
"'JUE l'UIZE UKAllKU."
Athi.ohiokos is the first ami onh
medicine which Las carried oil' th'
prize as the perfect remedy for lihen
niatism ami Neuralgia.
Llko two relentless tyrants they have fur
atrea held their infleriri victims lu au inn
imp. Tticw poor aallererB hate Ixxu an sin . in
In Uw power ol Uieir oprrutiaura.
AntLornoHoa lias entered the arena, en
paired id conflict with the mounter, and won tl.f
victory. An the onnmctitora in the Oiwuii
frame of old oould win otily by the mnat severe truiin
i f ability and endurance, no A rui.uriionon liaa nun
tJio prize, not alono by trivuur temporary r Uef, 1iit
liybritiffiiiK an umluriuv cure, ax well, to tlncwli,
havo suffered tho eicruuiatuirf atfouiea of lim.-uh.a.
ATiiLornonoa is a novelty, not only
In name, but in its elements. It is un
like any preparation yet introduced.
Athlophokos acts on the Mix, muscles
ami Joint, remoTirjif tho pomon and avid from
the bl.Kl, carrn then, out of the U;m.
AriiLopuoHi-a U put up with consummate
tViil, and contain untiuun that can pt,otubly
hanu the must delicate constitution.
Now, do you want to (suffer cu and on?
it d" you want to be well!
"Athlophoros" WILL Cure You
If 3'OU cannot l?et Athi.opikikoh of vrmr dm
jst, we will send It express paid, on n c Ipt ol
n wiliir price one dollar p. r bottle. Wepn-fi-r
Hint you tiny It from your ilrnivist, but If Im
hasn't it, do not be persuaded to try soiw-UULg
el.iT, but order at once from ua as directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST.. NEW YORK.
uiumwumxm h Lunmuimmuu
J M fc
Kmokcri of lilat kwcll' ftaimun
Bull liurhani Kn.i,n:i,f Tol-auro will
. receiTe Premium an f' llown nn
t-niia:id cuiiditi'.iis here hi-15..1
1st PREMIUM, 55,000
2d " S2,000
3d " Gl,000
iilf other I'rr-mlumKSa here shown.
The V) premiums will he awarded
rvnilr 12. 1M I at iTurnimu
to the irn from whom we re
el ve the larsvM riuinlierofotireriji ty
I ilwvo bv.- ;.rt.r lo lite 15 2d will
! irtreu r.rtlp iifjt Isrvi-t nnrnlfr
and thin, in th" or W 'if the uuiult-r
i'f eiiii ty twi rwyivwl frmri card,
H the tw'iity fi v mvve.f-.il con-t-Ktanta.
I',v h liw niunt ar our
unwiual Flail Pi;r!;nn IN1. I" S.
Kfve!;iii"tan:p. ". l Caution Notice.
Itajn rniiirt ! d-iii" up sii-iir ly in a
Ik'kue, with rm iinl adlrrwi of
wndT and rmilvrof contain
ed, i limiy ti:trkM on the onf"!'!,
and mint lwnt.eli.irrf'il p'opaid, to
ItlnrlnTi ll'ii lliirhnm Tuhnrro
., It'iiH4M. N (' J"v,'nr ifeuuiue
'Kw- hv I'lftiireof Hull.
hee our licit n:ui um-e.'iieLt.
No. 1 li L Commercial Ave.,
tiolo Affcnt fm tlie Celehiated
Mantifurtnrvr and Dealer iu
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
llulldi rs' Hiirrlwiire and ('arpi'iilrro Tools TnVo
anil l'oikel Cm .-ty, lient iu the i.iarket. ltiu'e.rs
llro.' I'laleil Ki.iV' i. Kork Hint Sijohlh. ;rnui(e
Iron Ware. H. r.iii Kurtii' invan. O'h ti- Mountiiin
Freesers Water Cooler, Kef'Ui'HltoM, -'lith
Wrlniferc. Crown Fmo-rs St -p LatiK'-n. (Jiirden
lmplemeiitv. liolilen MurOil Siovcs- he-t in tlie
world, I. mips of eV TV ileK.rl tiun. Klain Oil,
Carpi t Swe pern, F ullier luti rs. r.-oomn. Wiu
dow Screen V:re Cloth, 1'uil nipply ot l-"Uh
The ahove nt rorS bottom price'.
Corner IJth iiud Coinuierf ia Avi uue, Caiio, 111.
Telephone No. U'.
OPTHK SKA SON TO ::
1 A n
Illinois Central U. II.
WEDNESDA. Juno 25
Train will leave Cairo A. M.. ami arriving
In Cliicatro li: IO 1'. M. of the name day. t'uro to
Chicago and return,
Tho Rummer riinniuL' miieliti) nf iho Chicnso
Driving 1'nrk wl 1 bo held June '.Oth tovKtliln
clupive, preneallni? uniiKital Htlraclfous to thone
Ititereited. .Kveryone ehorllil tuku thin opporitt-
! latt ni.ln....n
IlllJ It. ,IPH VfUll lll.
Itfr-Tickels are nimi to return on any through
train leaviiii rincneo up to nuu iuciuuiiik mc
cvenlnK tralB of Monilav. .1 illy 7th .
B.T. JUI' KKUY, lien. Silpt.
.1. F. M K Hit Y, Oi'n. WfKto.n Prsh At.
A. H. U AN SON, (Ion. l'-AKt.
Mrs. Fmily Bowers
Mrs. AMANDA Cf.AUKSON, AReut.
No. 30 Wth St., Cairo, 111.
MTOootl titock unci Pnc?i Reanonable.iXt
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THE SUN SHINES.
Its Penetrating Rays Illuminata
Many Dark end Mysteri
A Severe Commentary Upon tho Peculiar
Buainoss Methods of Lying Mod
Wall Street Theology as Opposed to That
of Deacon Morgan, the Lacka
Kkw Yokk, June t.i. The .Sun ot to
day says: '-If something more was want
ed finally to disgust everybody with Wail
street and frighten liliu away from it,
this something was admirably ckme last
week. The failure of men reputed to bo
arcli-nilllionalres is la itself a stroag dis
turbing element. But when tbeverypoi
Blbllity of their failure Is indignantly de
nied by tho fulling men them
selves within u few hours of
their maVing au assignment,
the busiuess community are jilaceii la tho
ponition of a paymaster's heavily irvk-n
client carried into ttio eam;t of cowboys
and rond antts. The euiumotloii pro
duced by the circumstance of Comuiorkr
Garrison's failure was ol the most tilarrn
ing obaiacter. When coutldence in puWic
8tatemebts ot facts are gone, the whole
business editiee of a community falls to
pitecx. Whi n It becomes evident that
no plain, tnithful statemeut of (acts from
any millionaire, bauk President, or rail
Mad i'resiilt nt can be obtained, every
man of sound mind locks np la his sadi
any rily cash he has got atrU
muds to Jericho every business
except that of which be h rs
absolute control himself. It Is the fault
of lying millionaires, lylnir, bank lYeM
(! nts and lying roilroal magnates thit
denials are now a'.-ceptd as eonfiruiv
tions. The momentary flurry created iu
the st'x'k market on Saturday morning
hi, it gceins, alsn postponed tb cil
lai'Se of two or three iuijrtaot Wall
street tlnus. Hut the last hour of bn.-i-mss
fairly suggests the probability of our
hearing of them to-day or to-morrow, it
is to be feared that Dccan, White k Co.
have played their little game once too
ulten. Saturday's sudden cl lapsed iu
prices, aiter the wild boom engineered in
J.uckawanna ad Missouri l'acidc, seems
to indicate it iti;te clearly. Deacon
White is altogether too lucxperienced iu
this name. He forces it so brusaliy. It
hhotil l be played In a gentle way, as Jay
dou.d plays it. Uould would never have
allowed Missouri l'aciMc to jump as it
aid on Saturday if the Deacon had not
forced his hand by the Lackawanna deal.
As an irreverant lear remarks: "Tle
lii acoii has altogether too much of the
pardon's cheek about him. He talks big
an I lou I now because he kuows he can
not be talked back at. With the aid of'
it I'. Morgan and one or two squeezers
of that stamp he bought up m ariy all the
flouting Laokawauuu stock and has taken
it with bini to the pulpit. I5ut let him tlrush
his benevolent sermon and come down.
We siiall theu give him a piece of our
In the last so-ca led "Calico" squeeze
Mr. White put tin; same stock to 130
dashers in a few hours. It has tumbled
since to &2d. On Saturday he bo stered
it up to 105d. again, but before another
fortnight is over he will probably have to
si II bis holdlugs at 7id. It seems posi
tively absurd to try to put up the price
of any stock forcibly iu the present con
dition of affairs, but to put up coal stocks
w ith the constantly growing depression
of the anthracite col trade seems to be
something more than au absurdity.
The atmosphere of t.ie rivers grows
more and more bluck with smoke of bi
tuminous coal, and some ferries on the
Delaware Kiver itself seem to have given
tip the use of anthracite fuel because its
price is kept at eitortional figures. The
same thing is goiug ou throughout the
We.'t, which has plenty of soft coal of its
own and reduces Its demand for hard
Pennsylvania fuel every month. Apart'
from that, a company like the Heading
can never get cut of its dilliculties uu
less it mines and sells all it can, without
any regard to restrictions Imposed upon it
by' rival concerns. Mr. W. II. Vanderbilt
is supposed to be deeply interested in
Leading property, and will probably be
the first to throw the combination cap
over the windmills, lie hates to lose,
money more thau ho hates to be beaten
ou the rond, and ho must have lost a good
deal ol it lately, both by the fall In price of
his investment securities and by the stock
operations of the junior members of his
family. It is rumored in Wall street that
he paid a big Wall street bill before sail
ing for Europe, and had to pay a bigger
oue still upon his return.
TIIK DK ADLY FiKECKAC KEU.
It Corn men oo s Its Work of Destruction
Before Ita Time.
Cincinnati, O., June 23. A boyish
prank resulted very seriously this after
noon on Third street. As Kate Murphy
was walking along the sidewalk, some
boy threw a lighted firecracker into her
pocket. The firecracker exploded and
Ignited her clothing. She screamed for
help, and several passers-by ran to her
assistance, but before they could extin
guish the names she w as seriously burned
about her lower limbs and hips. The
patrol wagon took her to the City Hos
pital. Her injuries were at once pro
bounced probably fatal, and her death Is
expected before moruftig. No clew can;
be obtained to the IdeiaMty of the boy
who caused the burning.
Barrels aad Beoua of Dynamite.
Nkw YonK, June 23. Word was re
ceived at polUe headquarters this morn
ing that a large quantity of dyuumltc had
been found ou pier No. 3, Kust nivcr,
without an owner. It turned out to-bo a
Lt of torpedoes, inch as Is used by the
railroad cotnules for signals in foggy
weather. Ko owner appearing the
Bureau of Combustibles had the barrels
and boxes oontaluing ilie torpertoea ro
moved from the pier.
Crimea and Casualties In Cliuter.
LaKaujc, Jnno 23. Yesterday
afternoon Edward Keddlck, the nine-year-old
son ol tho proprlotor of the La
Kalle Ih'morruU, while bathing lu the Illi
nois River with some companions near
bis age was drorned. On hearing of the
affair, Mrs. tiuiuan, a ueur uebjhijorof
tha boy's family, agud seventy-four, Was
shocked timt tie expired almost lwtut
jy, latter In ffto day tfce twehc-y oar-
old son of Olsenstrider, of Peru, while in
the river bathing with his father was
drowned. In the evening uear the city,
MM Anderson, a Swedish laborer, was
picked np on tho track of tho C, 1L I. &
P. Railroad with his head eut open and
his brains oozing out. Fie was lutoxi
caled and had a light with another party
during the afternoon. The indications
are that an attempt had been made to
murder him. He Is still alive, but unconscious.
BASK BALL mtEVITIKS.
Score ot Games Plays t on Saturday
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis Unions, t;
CLUagos, Unions,! Washington, 5;
St. Louis, 4.
Baltimore, Md. Keystones, 11; Baltl
Columbus, 0. Columbus, 1$; llrook
Boston, Mass. Iiotsoa Unions, 7; Na
Chi ago, Hi. Chicago, 11; Bos
andaeatl, O. Clnclnnatls, S; Alie
Toledo, t.). Baltimore, 7; Tole
Cleveland, . CkveUnds, 14; Phlla
Detroit, Mich. Providences, 10; De
Intrianajxills, InL Atretics, 17; lo
Hoffalo, S. Y. Buffalos, 6; NeW
8t. Louis, Mo. St. Louis Unions, 10;
Chlcagos, (i Browns, 12; Washing-
Columbus, O. Columbus, 6; Brook
Cincij'iati, O. Cinciunatis, 4; Allege
Indianapolis, Iml. Indianapolis, 7
Louisville, Ky. Louisvilles, 10; Metro
Kvausvllle, Iud. Lcllpses, 6; Evans
Not a Failure.
Cniciuo, Iu.., June 2:'.. C. J. Her.
shaw, oue of the biggest Board of Tradd
houses in this city, is just announced on
'Change to have closed out all deals ami
notified all customers to call at his ollic
and have trades transferred or chketl
up. It Is nut regarded as a failure, but
rather as a liquidation. It is understood
all claims will be paid lu full, at once.
The Burned Ship Florida a Total Loss.
Bosio.v, June 21. A dispatch from
Captain Dickey, of the ship Florida,
bound to Boston, before reported on lira
at Manilla, says the ship is a total loss,
The crew were saved. The value of th'j
ship and cargo was over $ 160,000.
Bat Sixteen Days (Joae.
Uuluhk, O., June 23. Patrick Joyce,
of this city, who was arrested at Queens
town S4""Hy with a curiously-cotiJ
stmct Jr tube, left here only six
teen daytBgf) with his wife and child;
ostensibly for her health, on money raised
by Irish llKrers. He worked In the iron
mill, and had been In this country for
To Seek Cooler Quarters.
Washisatow, D. C, June 23. Presi
dent Arthar will move Into bis summer
cottage at the Soldier's Home In a few
Vvsit of an Ex-Freaident.
Washington, D. C, June 23. Ex.
Presldent B'anco, of Venezuela, called
upon President Arthur to-day. Secretary
Frelinghnysen presented Mr. Blanco.
A Change of Coinmandors.
Washington, D. C, Juuo 23. Coni-
inodore Stephen B. Luce has beon de
tached from coinmand of the trtilnlngi
squadron to take effect ou the 30th inst.i
Captain PhtlHp C. Johmson, now on duty
as Chief Signal officer of the Kavy, wilt
Washing roN, D. C, June 25. Senator
Hale offered a resolution directing tho
Committee on Expenditures of Public
Money to investijiate recent defalcations
of disbnrsing officers in all the depart
ments in Washington, autl alleged frauds
ou the Government by means of falsa
vouchers in the Navy Department.
Senator Iugalls said some radical de
fects mtHtt exist in the system of de
partmental accounts which permitted
such peculations, aud be hoped the inves
tigation would be broad and thorough.
The resolution was adopted.
The House bill authorizing the chair
man of a sub-oomraittee or any member
of either House to administer an oath,
Senator Frye introduced a bill author
izing the appointment of a cominhssion of
naval architects aud marine engineers to
examine the new designs for steamship.
The bill granting right of way through
the Indian Territory to the Southern
Kansas Railroad was passed!.
Seuator Plumb gave notice that to
morrow he will move to take up the bill
to forfeit tlie unearned laud grant of tho
Atlantic k Pad lie Ballroad.
Consideration of the Mexicau bill was
resumed, tho pending question being tho
amondmeut of Senator Iugalls to remove
the limitations from the arrears of pen
Senator Sherman opposed the proposi
tion, aud said it involved a large sum of
money, ills feeliugs were with the Union
soldiers, but this amendment affected all
the interests of the people, and ho was
bound to consider the common
good. This was no time to make
euch an enormous demand on the Treas
ury. "We are now," said the Bcnator,
"In times of ptnch; oar revenues are fail
ing off. The shrinkage of values within
the past year has boeu enormous and is
going on day by day. At this time of un
certain ties, of which no man can doubt,
the severity of which no man can ques
tion, we should not be called upon lo as
sume a liability which would Involvo tho
enormous sum named in this bill.
After all of the States bad been called,
Mr. Kandall, by order of tho Committee
on Appropriations, asked unanimous con
sent to suspend ths rales to pass the sun
dry civil appropriation bid vrtb the
tight reserved to vote oq lome feiiif doaeu
tuMutouiiU. IStat krt tfbhat the
VBtet tumnjuiM and the Crr4 twa
ssaz m& --v.r
DFATH AT DALLAS.
Mytt rious Takiuor OCT of Jasper
Wl.rtrtonWaa It Murder
or Suiclda ?
Drowning of a Young Lady at Gretna,
Louisiana A Diabolical Plot A
Two DeFxendants of Cain, Elevated to
Tetty Offices, Justify Their
Dallas, Tkx. Juue 23. A murder of
suicide occurred here ycrt.Tday that is
creating a great deal of interest. Jasper
Wharton, a native of Louisville, Ky., and
w ho had resided at Dallas and Oorsicana
for several years pist, caiuo from the
latter place to Dallas last Saturday. He
spent most of his time with Frank Cou
ncil ami Miss Ktntna Mansfield, at the St,
Ireorge llot:l. Early iu the morning he
tli d from the effects of poison. He had,
It seeuis, been intimate with a young
lady at Corskatia, w horn he had betrayed,
lie is said to have brounht her to Dallas
and sent her north With considerable
money to get her onto! tho way. He had
been anxious to marry Lima Mansfield,
and wcut so far as to secure a marriage
llceuse. It now appears that Frank
Counoll married this woman under tho
assumed name, of Frank Mansfield at San
Antonio two years ago, in order ttist they
couhl live togMtter without prosficntion
by law Wlrnn Wharton desired to marry
her two days ago, lawyers were consult
ed and prououueed the San Antonio mar
riage legal. A sensational scene occurred
In Coroner Kendall's Conrt, Connell is
suspected of having poisoned Wharton,
ami when County Attorney Clint exam
ined him on the point he fainted away
aud had to be given stlmulauts when
he revived. Lima MaiiihVld, while beln
e.xamin;d in the same straiu, broke down
and wept bltt -rly. ConueM's examina
tion was broken off, as he demanded a
lawyer and refused to testify any further
until he had secured one. Counell will
be placed In jail w hen the Court ad
journs. UNTIi Jvs.s I ( ACCIDKN T.
A Young Lady Drowned by the Cap
sizing of a Perogna.
Nkw Oulkans, La., June 23. Yester
day morning a sad accident occurred In
the rear of the town of Cretua, opposlto
this city, which plunged the community
in grief. One of the effects of the crevas.se
in the Mississippi Illver at Davis' planta
tion was to force through an im
mense volume of backwater, which
lliled up the swamps iu thereat-of Gretna
and Algiers. About 10 a. in. yesterday
two young ladies, Catharine Barrett,
aged nineteen, and Agnes Kerner, sixteeu
vears old, got into a perozue ana paa
illed out to the overflows, intending to
visit the cemetery and put flowers on the
grave of a relative. At a point where
t lie water Is sveu foet deep tho porogue
lolle-J over, and Miss Barrett sunk Im
mediately aud was drowned, MLss Koruor
hung to the dug-out aud was rcscuod.
Hundreds of men, It being Sunday, were
quick to volunteer, and in an hour the
body was recovered aud removed to the
house of her parents.
A DIABOLICAL PLOT.
Failure of an Attempt to Steal a Bride
Elect. Bowi.ino Gkkkv, Ky., William Jouos
aud bride who were married at Gallatin
to-day wero waiting at the depot last
night for an accommodation train to
Roeky Hill when they were approached
by "Please" Everhart, a well-kuown
character. Everhart produced a bogus
telegram calling for Jones' arrest, and
told the latter to jump on the train just
inoviug out and escape. Jones nttempt-'
ed to do so, but missed his
hold, and fell, and was badly
Injured. Everhart then hurried
the lady off upon the protest of showing
her to a hotel, but Instead of taking her
to a hotel ho took her to Reservoir Hill,
an unfrequented part of the city, and
made improper advances, which she re
sisted. Everhart then assaulted the lady,
choking and badly biuising her. lit r
screams scared Everhard, who lied as
neighbors came to the rescue. The whole
town is scouring the country for Ever
hart, w ho will be summarily treated If
A GHASTLY UKVELATIOV.
Fate of a Young Woman Who Was
Whkkmno, W. Va., June 23. One of
those stories of interment before life has
become extinct, is current in this city
this morning. Last May, threo months
after her marriago, a young lady whoso
liame is w ithheld, died, after a lingering
Illness, and her body was placed tem
porarily in the family vault. A short
lime since, when tin body was disin
terred for final burial, there was unmis
takable evidence of a desperate struggle,
iho body was found lying with Its face
down and the bauds tilled with hair, torn
from the head of the entombed victim in
despair at her failure to escape from her
I rrible fate. The family of the uufor
hnato young lady are nearly crazed with
A Brace of Cains.
Sii.vkkton, Cou, Juno 23. This vil
lage was startled yesterday by a report
that ex-Marshal Patrick Cain, of Rice, had
ihot uud killed Billy Wilson, on theChi,)
lanooga road, near Bntto City, seven
iiiilcs from SLvrton. This was found to
(e true, aud Jnstlce Karl, w ith six jury
Inen, brought tho body to town, whero a
iecret conference was held. Cain is a
brother of Marshall CnJn, of Sllverton,
iv ho a short time ago shot Ulley Lambert
on sMght provocation, for which ho was
never tried. Wilson had 9172 and a
rilver watch and other articles of vuluo
u ills person when found. Ills horse
tvas found a few feet away shot In tho
heart. There is some talk of lynching.
Mtcrlff Sulllvau has appointed Cain a
deputy sheriff, and more trouble may
lome of the affair.
Belgii of Tsrvor. ;
Bio-SrniNus, Tax., Jane 28. Ths as
asslnation of Hynson is being revived,
bnd fours are expressed that thers w)U
b a tTiigto sequel. TWCfr 1tiW& of
that place, J. W. Walkst, 0. W. Walttuai
and K. J. Trader, have uecu receiving
anonymous letters from the man who
fchot Hyuson, stating that he would matte
away with them at his arltast con
venience. It seems that this nan Is'
preparing to murder these nwn, bocauso
they denounced tho assassination ot Hyn
son in an ludigaatiou meeting IweldJiere
ufter Hvnson was killed. People hero are
thoroughly aroused, and should either of
these meu be murdered there will bo a,
hot time. Tho people are actoaliy afraid
to go out at night. There are very tew
people on the streets after dark aud shot
guns and revolvers are in demand.
H NAVY IHTTEIt.
A Young Sport Kills His Man With HUT
Bi.m.iIIAmtn,N. Y., June 24. Yester
day Jas. Wilscy, with fenr companions,
went from Gaffuey's Station to Deposit
for a spree. Wilsey Is a switchman'
and a sport. Toward night tbey be
came drunk. About eleven o'cloek Wil
scy was sitting In the bar-room of the
Oquaga House, wltim Allen McClure,
forty years of ago, entered and dared any
man to tight him. Wilsey remarked that
he would like to try him. McClure theu
made for Wilsey, when the latter struck
him such a terrible blow that he fell dead.
Wilsey ran out aud disappeared, but after
midnight was captured noar the depot.
Some say Wilsey struck with a weapon,
but ho declares ho used his fist.
Too Much Union Basuiu in Discord.
Nkw York, Juue 23. Two weeks ago
boss plumber John Tourney discharged a
journeyman plumber named John Lvddy
for quitting work an hour too early.
Twenty-two other journeymen In tho
shop declared Lobby's discharge unjust
and struck. Tonruey belongs to the
Master Plumbers' Association. This
inornlog forty-eight shops owued by
me tuners ot the Master rinniocrs' as
sociation locked out the journeymen and
refuse to employ them unless Tourney's
meu return to work. Tourney will uot
re-employ Iitddy. Tho Master Plumbers
refuse to employ any men ol the Journey
men s Union until the lock-out ends.
Leddy refuses to work for any one but
Tourney. Carendon Hall is crowded
with locked out journeymen.
Payne and Hoadley Pool Their Issues.
Cincinnati, June 23. A special from
Columbus, 0.,says: "The Payne men are
on the ground and conlident. County
after county either instructed for or
elected Payne delegates, aud the control
of the State Convention in Payue's inter
est is assured. The only thing that re
mains for them to do is to agree upon the
ticket for delegato-at-large, to look after a
few doubtful Congressional Districts and
see that Payue men are selected, and tlx
the tariff and whisky planks lu tho plat
form, lloadley aud Payue's interests are
pooled in this Convention. Tho delega
tion will be nscd for the most available
caudidate at Chicago."
Dynamite la a Tunnel.
Washington, Pa., June 23. Last night
by an unexpected explosion of dynamite
at Brady's tunnel, ou the lletnpfleld ex
tension of the B. 4 O. It. R., just east of
Washington, two Irishmen, linger Kane
and another, unknown, wero fatally in
jured. The blast not exploding at the
proper time, the workmen entered the
tunnel to ascertain the cause of the de
lay, when the explosion occurred.
A Big Flow of Gas.
.Stkihknvim.k, O., Juue 23. At four
o'clock this morning a big flow of gas
was struck at the Jefferson Iron Works'
well. It is claimed that the How Is
greater than from the big wells at Wells
burg. The roar of the escaplug gas can
be heard a quarter of a mile. Steuben
vllle Is excited, as it will be an Induce
ment for manufacturing enterprises to
Narrowly Escaped Burning.
Fkankuv, Pknn., June 23. The oil
refinery of ' George Allen & Sons burned
this morning. Loss, $15,000; insurance
small. Cause, explosion of gas in the
boiler room. Burning oil destroyed the
tracks of the New York, Pennsylvania &
Ohio Railroad. Hugh Carr, Superin
tendent of the refinery, narrow ly escaped
Afraid of His Backers.
Santa Vk, N. M., June 23. Chief Jus
tice S. B. Axtc 1 left for Washington last
night to look after his personal affairs.
He feels pretty safe, but the Hon. S. B.
Elklns, who so warmly recommended
him as Chief Justice, opposed Mr. Arthur
at Chicago, and the Judge considers it
best to run in ou the President and get a
lay of the land.
To be in Readiness.
E.vsr Saolsa, Mich., June 23.
Company C, Third Hegiment Michi
gan State troops, of this
city, received orders to take a special
train, at eight o'clock last night, for Os
coda, the scene of the labor disturbance.
Reports from Oscoda are to the effect
that all is quiet Iherc, but trouble is ap
Good News for the Jews.
Nkw Yokk, June 23. A rumor reached
tho street shortly after noon to the effect
that Ex-Judge Hilton of the late tlrm of
A. T. Stewart & Co., had failed. It is
said that his embarrassment is due to un
fortunate speculations iu West Shore
stock. Hilton was seen by a reporter at
his ollice but refused to speak, saying ho
had no Information for tho press.
Denounced as Unfounded.
Nkw Yohk, June 23. Inquiry shows,
Judge Hilton to be at Saratoga and his
three sons lu Europe. Persous lutiniate
ly acquainted with Hilton's affairs de
nouuee tha rumor as absurd and
sensational and utterly unfounded.
Thomas Richardson was killed by the
cars at Olney, III.
Wheat-cutting will commence lu St.
Clair County, III., this week.
Tho Confejenco on Egyptian affairs
convenes In London on tho 2Sth inst.
The Saltan has sont Abram 8. Hew
itt a handsomo carpet aud other 'pres
ents. John Duriodr, oolored, aud Anna Jef
ferson, white, were married in East St.
Bismarck objects to any Nation but
Germany moddilug in the affairs of
Peter McOtirruaek, of Hunter's Point,
was killed by Patrick Klrwln, one of his
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
fiore Throat, Nwrllinga, Npralns, Braises,
liiiriia. Scall. front It I tea.
Ill) AIX IlilIKH Hllllll.t PAIS ISO Jl'HIS.
fild ly liruttli in-l liftk'ra iverrwtiere. lOrij Ctall a belUa,
hirtn'tluni in 11 l.anirtiaf?!.
TIIK ( II Vltl.KS A. V0bKI.FR CO.
8ucm.n w A uulLiK 4 CO .) Bill Our, Si), C.I. it
I a aim
iHpalth and Hanninooc
IWUIIM MUM I IUJMIIWUVJt
P DO AS OTHERS
(TeCMr $ HAVE DONE.
Are your Kidneys disordered?
niani'T nun ininitcftt me rroiu my grave, aj it
wnn1. alien nitii in'i-rt trirrn up iy u i?bi inieion in
itviruii. u. n. iwernux, ueciuuilv, iuui,jucu.
Are your nerves weak?
"KiilnrV Wurt nirfl mil frmn nprvnim w.'ftlmpfll
Ac after I was rme t-xpeeteil to livo." Mr M. U. U.
GixhIwio, Ed. iViri.f mil Al.mifor Clerelaud, O.
Have you Bright's Disease?
"RitlnPV Wort fiirt'il inn whpn inv alr waa luit
I llko cltuilc aud tin n like hlrmd."
i run it wilaon, I'eabotij,
Suffering from Diabetes?
KiillliT-Wnrt U liie mtiHt Mloi'i'HAfnl rlnelr I haTft
Ttr UtR'ii. Otvta almnut liiimeillate nllef."
or. t'hiinpc. utoiou, Mounca, vi.
Have you" Liver Complaint?
"Kiilni'7-Vvort cured mo uf chruulc LtTr HUoaatK
aftur I iiraywl to die."
lltnrj w ard, late Cul. Mth Nat. Guard, If. T.
Is your Back lame and aching?
"Kiilni-v-W'ort. It bottlil rnrpd m when X wiuiio
uuuu i uau to run out or in-ii."
c. u. Tauuiutro, MilwAuirt, wa
Have you Kidney Disease?
'iviiilitv- i trt mAilo nit' nimiln liri r ainl kidnevi
nttvf Yuan of unstitvoBsful (hirttirinu'. Ita worth
Aro you Constipated?
"Kiilm v-U'ort rauoi ear pvtit untioni and cured
ma after 10 )ix of othr nD-dicintfS."
vlsoa FaU'oLuM. Bt. AiUmi.Yt.
Have you Malaria?
"KMnf Y-Wort litw dotio btttt-r tlian any other
remtMlj' I liav ovor l in my plutl,.',
It, H. K. tUik, buutU lloro, Vt,
Are you Bilious?
'KlJn yAVurt has done me more good than any
otbvr rttuaotiy 1 iu.v ever tnkciu"
Are you tormented with Piles?
"Kidney -Wort vertnanrntly cursil m of tiltHMliiig
pile. lir. W. Klitie rtvinnmettdt'd it tome."
ueo, u. iiurvi, Lftanier at, ituiK, jiyuntvuwnp rsv
Are you Rheumatism racked?
''Kidiit-yAVort cured me. after 1 wor aivn up to
dlo by Lliyslfian! and I had utTVred thinv yeara.'
hlbnJgo Malcului, Wert bath, Ualoo,
Ladies, are you suffering?
"Kidney-Wort cured m of peculiar troufde ot
wYerol yeuiiHtnndlmr. Manv frienili m and nralm
4t H lll II T r. w 1 l l'(
If you -would Banish Disease
i and gain Health, Take
Fortify tlie System.
All who have experienced ami witnessed the
eiKvl nf UimtelturV Suimacii Hitters upon tlie
weak, lirokon down.dt'BpomlirigvlctlnisofdyBpep
fia, liver cnmp'alnt, fever and ague, rheumatism,
tifrvonn ilibliliv. or pormutiire decay, know that
In thin MiipR'nin tonic and alterative there txlsta a
oeclllc nrindnle wiiich searhes the very source of
the trou bio, and effects an absolute and permanout
For rale by all dru gists and dealers generally.
Crick, Sprai da, W'rancliM, Khun
niHtlsin, Neurmliria, SoIaUra,
riourisy rains. Stitch In thi
Sldi), Dackaclie, Swullcn Juluta,
Heart Dueaxe, Sore MuAclon,
fain In the Chert, and all pln and achea either local or
dooiHwatcd aro mstantly n lioveti anu ueeuuj oureu or
the well-known Hop Plwtrr. ttrnipounded, Mltl,of
the medicinal virtues of fresh Hups, Onnw, iiabmnu and
trtnw.ta.lt la Inditnl the btst pain-kllUn, itimulatlnif,
,K)thlniraiid8tinitth. nlnn Poroua riiuter ever made.
Il,p riaitrt aro mid hy aU druffgbtjand eountry (torvs.
STicentaorUvotorai w. f
Mulled tin receipt uf n
prlCO. il"j nuiirri.u.,
Proprietora and llanu
I t yCoated tuiitfiio, ImuI breatii, uour stouieh autl Uvr
She. cured br Tfiwiy'n Htnmwph and UyprPUIn, 6ctt
Whom debility, evhanated
pitwrra, premature dteaw
and (nilure to perform llfe'e
diillea properly are cauhhI by
eii onKet, error ol youth, eta,
will find a perfect and lasting
rvntoration to robnat health
and 'liroroua knunhood in
IHt. MARSTOM SOLUS.
SMilhnr atmiiAen druiruiDff nor
g? Inatraments. ThntreAtmantot
Aervoua llaDllltr ana
ncce(wfnl bocaune based on perfect diAnoaii,
new lind dlrrvt mvthode and alwolnte thor.
utichnea. Full information and Treatwe iree.
AddreMlloiiaultins I'hyaician of '
MARSTON REME0YC0.,46W.14thSt, New York,
VoVA Dr. KEANj
if! f Wtrr. Ci a. Br., tlco irf
UtiliAKaa li', mini traatia all TnV
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n.maloriwM, Itapotaact auaal
f l..ucmi. famala aluaaat, ale. Uue
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