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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILL., THUJlSmV MORXIXf"JUNK -), lilJIk
Amuti'uoKoa In a novel word to most
people who speak the Eug-luib. lautruatre. The
(Jreeki used it oonturtos ao. meauluif by It
"TIIK MilI' iiihwim, .. ' "
X UE 1'IUZE 11KAKKU."
Athi-oI'Uohos is the first and only
medicine which haa carried ofr the
prize as the perfect remedy for Khun
nintisin and Neuralgia.
Like two relentless tyrants they have fur
avos held their uffrniitf victims iu an irou
imp. 'i hoee poor sutlureni haw boeu as slaves
iu Uio xjwer of their oppressors.
Ann.ornoK08 has entered the arena, en
(raifed In conflict with the mounter, aud won the
victory. As the ooniin-UVira Ui the Grecian
Karnes of uM could win only by the mottt severe trials
of ability and endurance, so ATULoiHono. baa won
the pnzo, not alone by tnvuiK temporary relief, liut
ly brlwriuK an eudnrirur cure, as well, to those h i
have suBered Uio excrucutuuj agonies of Uheuina.
Athlopiiokos ia a novelty, notouly
in name, but in ita elements. It ia un
like any preparation yet introduced.
AniLOi-HoKoa acta on the blood, muscles
nl JoinU, rntuonnir the poison and acid from
the Llood, camee them out of the system.
ATiiboriioivs U put up wii h consummate
1:11, and contains uothluK that can possibly
harm the most delicate constitution.
Now, do you want to suflcr ou ana on J
or do you want to be well 1
"Athlophoros" WILL Cure You
If you cannot et Atiiloi'uobos of your dru
p'st, we will Bend It expre-a p;Ud, on receipt of
ri j;ular price one dollar per bottle. We prefer
that you buy It from your dructrlHt, but If he
lusa t It, do not be persuaded to try something
ebc, but order at once from ua aa directed.
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umjmmmnmi fi. Hi iinimiiiiiiuuu
Klucker of Ilia, kwell'i Genuine
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receive iT-euiiunis aa follows on
terms an 1 -'.n-i:t!-.n here ;s.'iGi.l
2d " S2,000
3d " $1,000
itfiothT Premium an betcahown.
The iremitim will he awardul
IWmb-r 22. 1M 1st Premium
Iti to the inmn f rr.rn whom we re.
c-l ve the laiyest numlierof our empty
totaero hsvs prim to It. 2d will
l- mreu for the licit laryest number
and thm. In the order of the uutuher
of empty 1'Wi reo-ired from each,
to the tWeii'y flrn iuvesfnl con
t"ntant. f'ach mii't bear our
or.irijal B ill Purhini 1aIk-I. t 8.
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l!a riiuit (e lone 11 1 eeur'ly la a
1 arka.-o. with name an l aMrene of
K-ri.l" r mil cnnitrr of Mim contain.
cl. plainly marked nn the ontniile,
a'i-1 mint ! ent.eliiir(re prepaid, to
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pa. kv ha i i.-turor.f Hull.
ho- our lic it announcement
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No. 1 Ht Commercial Ave.,
feole Aircnt fi tin; Celebrated
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron hi
UuiltUr' Hardware and ('arpent"r' Toolf,Tab'e
and I'oeket I'ntiery, bcxt Iu tbe Market. Hoe.-l
Uron.' Plated KiiiV' i1, Forks mm Suooiis. liramte
iron Ware. U r in Earthenware. Vh tc- Mimntain
Freeseri'. Water t' wilerf, Kef'ucrator'. t'lnttie
WrlnctTH. l.'rown Falter-. St "p I.aiiJer. (iarden
lutplemeiii. (io'.dea MurOil Stoves- heft In the
world, l.mp of every iiecri: tion. Elain Oil,
I'arpi't Swei pern, F utlicr IlitHiT!". lirooiii". Win
dow Screen Wire Cloth, Full etipply ol Fishing
The uhove .t roct bottom price".
Corner l.'th and Comiuerclal Avenue, Cairo, 111.
:: OF THE SEASON TO ::
Illinois Central E. I!.
VVEUNESDA. June 25
Train will leavo Cairo J:i: A. M.. and arriving
tn Chicago :) I'. M. of the tame day. Fare to
Chicago and ruturu,
Tho (iimmur running meeting of the Chicago
Driving l'urk wl 1 he hold Juno SOth toiHtliln
cluxlve, preeentlng nntisunl attractions to those
Interested. Everyone should take this opportu
nity to visit Chicago.
ryTickctH are good to return on any through
train leaving Chicago up to and Including the
evenlngtrain of Monday, duly Tth.
E. T..M2FFKKY. (Jen. 8upt.
J. F. MKltltY.Oen. Western TassAgt.
A. 11, UANSON, (ien. l'a-s Agt.
Mrs. Emily Bowers.
Mrs. AMANDA CLARK80N, Agent.
. No. 30 Hth St., Cairo, 111.
(V'Good Stock and Prlci Roaionable.el
State Conventions Held in Ohio,
Indiana, Missouri and Ar
Delegates Ohosen to the National Con
vention at Chicago, and State
Getting Ready to Make it Warm foi
Jim and Jack in the Coming
Sr. Lous, Mo., June 25. At the Dem
ocratic State Couveutiou this morning
the geutlcuieu named were put la nom
ination and balloted for with the follow
Thos. T. Crittenden 4 l-i'i
( has. II. Hardin :Ul
( Iiaa. II. Mansur 4:M
J allies I). Fox .TJ.J
JJavld H. Francis i'A",
John tj'Diiy mill
.Morri.-ou Munford 4WJ
John 0. 1'ritut l'18
Messrs. O'Day, Frauds, Munford and
Mausur were declared tae delegates-at-laie
Messrs. Crittenden, Ilurdiu, Fox and
I'rieat were declared the alternates to
The lollowlug delegates to Chicago
have been named by their several dis
tricts: Fiusr Disiiticr.
W. H. Scars, of Macon, and G. W.
Howard, of Clark. Alternates: D. M.
Jewett, of Schuyler, and T. L. Marshon,
K, M. llarber, of (Jruudy, and P. J.
Carinody, of liaudolph. Alternates: J.
15. Holt, of Carroll, and J. C. Wallace, ol
TIIIltD 1)181 KICT.
Major Thomas If. Frame, of Clay, and
J. 15. Thomas, of Gentry. Alternates:
Dr. Timothy brown, of Caldwell, and II.
Clay Uunean, of Chariton.
Waller Young, of Buchauan, aud Levi
Zook, of Holt. Alternates: David Kay,
of Audraiu, and John lirasfleld, of 1'latte.
K. L. Marti u, of Jackson, and U. A.
Collins, ol Lafayette. Alternates: James
Mcltaulels, of Jackson, and S. Ii. Wil
liams, of Johnson.
H. L. lleavis, ot Moniteau, and F. II.
P'iskin, of Saline. Alternates: J. S.
Thompson, of Howard, and li. W. Stev
ens, ol liooue,
Henry Clark, of Montgomery and J. II.
Garth, of ltalls. Alternates: Jas. '.
MeClellan, of Lincoln and Adam l'ifee, of
II. F. Harrington and Judge E. A. Xoo
nan, of St. Louis. Alternates: Chris
Vuti dor Ahe and Frank Mahou, of St.
David W". Caruth and Chas. C. Maflitt,
of St. Louis. Alternates: Louis A. Ste
b. r aud Jerry Coakley, of St. Louis.
Jasper N. Burks, of St. Francois, and
Paul Young, of St. Louis. Alternates:
M. A. Brenuan, of St. Louis, and Zach J.
Mitchell, of Kirkwood.
E. B. Ewing, of Cole, and W. L. Lenox,
of Dent. Alternates; A. J. Hibbard, ol
Gasconade, and Thos. N. Bradford, ol
H. T. Haley, of Cass, aud J. L. Case, ol
Bates. Alternates; E. T. Boy aud W.
E. Shelton, of St. Clair.
0. I). Knox, of Polk, and W. II. Phelps,
of Ja.sKT. Alternates: A. S. Stanley,
of Dallas, aud Johu T. Tecl, of Law
rence. FOIKTEEXTH DISTIIICT.
X. J. Morrison, of Wayne, aud A. II.
Livingston, of Howell. Alternates: X.
B. Smith, of Bolingcr, and Oscar Vou
KotchtUzky, of New Madrid.
Indiaxaidi.is, Ixd., June 25. Tho
Democratic State Convention was called
to order In English's Theater this morn
ing. All ninety-two counties are repre
sented with no contests. Joseph E. Mc
Donald, aa Chairman of the State Cen
tral Committee, presided until the per
manent organization was effected. His
reception was not so enthusiastic as wua
that of Dan. W. Voorhees, who iu the
absence of Governor Hendricks, on ac
count of ill health, was made permanent
Senator Voorhees introduced cx-Sen-ator
McDonald. Three cheera wcro
heartily given him as the next Vice-President
of the United States. Both Mc
Douald and Voorhees spoko brielly,
prophesying a victory at tho polls.
A very long platform was reported by
Mr. English, taking grouud for tariff for
revenue, so arranged as to draw the most
public revenue from luxuries iustcad of
necessities. It coudemued the Republi
can demand for a State Constitutional
The platform also endorsed Voorhees,
and recommended the delegation to sup
port McDonald as a unit for nomination
for President. Mr. McDonald's name
was received with great applause.
When the call for nominations for Gov
ernor was progressing, an effort was
made to start a Voorhees boom for the
cood of tho party, but the Seuutor em
phatically declined to allow his name to
Tho candidates were Isaac P. Gray, of
liaudolph, David Turpll and M. D. Man
sur. The choice was reached on the first
ballot, the vote Ceing: Gray, Will; Man
sur, 181; Turpll, 823. Half a dozen other
candidates were nominated for Lieutenant-Governor,
but the friends of General
Manson took tho bit tn their teeth and
compelled their declination, Manson
was then unanimously nomluated amid
Wm. K. Myers, present Secretary ol
State, and tho other State olllulala wero
The Ohio State Convention.
Comimiiub, 0., Juno 25. Tho Ohio
Slate Democratic Convention was called
to order at 10:30 a. in. by Chairman
David R. Paigo, who Introduced tho per
manent chairman, E. B. Finlcy, who was
groeted with applause-. Ho arraigned
the Republican patty ami predicted Dem
ocratic huecess in the October election iu
the State aud In the country iu November.
He dwelt long on the fraud of H77. At
the mention of the name of Samuel J.
Tildcn the greatest enthusiasm prevailed.
After an eulogy on the virtues and claims
of the Democratic pat ty for the suffrages
of the people, tlie Couveution proceeded
to the regular order of business. The
Committee on Credentials presented a
majority and minority report on the del
egates from Green County which, after a
vigorous tight, were referred back to ihe
ilou. Elmer White, chairman of tho
Committee on It-jaoliitiun-, presented a
report substantially the same as that
adopted by the iat convention.
Mr. Russell offered a substitute. His
free trade resolution, to strike out tho
section referring to the tariff in the com
mittee's report, was hissed throughout
the reading and was vigorously and
overwhelmingly voted down.
Mr. Converse offered a resolution that
it was the sense of the Couveutiou that
Tildcn should receive the unanimous
support of the Ohio State Convention at
Chicago on account of the great fraud of
1&77, which was adopted with immense
If A resolution on the unit rule caused a
vigorous kick from all quarters and re
sulted in a call of the roll by counties.
On a motion to table the vote resulted,
ayes, us5; nays, lioj.
A motion to adjourn till two o'clock
was voted down; nominations for four
delegates-at-large have beeu called for.
Frank Doherty, of Harden County,
nominated John K. .McLean.
John G. Warwick, was nominated by
Woods, of Wooster; T. E. Powell was
nominated by Mariett, of Delaware.
Seward, of Richland moved a suspen
sion of the rules for the nomination of
Durbiu Ward by acclamation.
Confusion nigus supreme. The Chair
Is vigorously pounding on the table and
trying to call the Convention to order,
lie finally succeeds.
Durbin Ward Is elected by acclamation.
Motion to suspend the rules and nomi
nate Jno. R. McLean by acclamation.
Little Rock, Auk., June 25. The
Democratic State Couveution convenes
at noon to-day. Speculation is rife as to
the nominee for Governor. The thr. e
candidates, viz, Johu G. Fletcher,
General Simon P. Hughes, aud
Jacob Frolich have Instructed did
aatea as follows: Fletcher, t2;
Hughes,!;1.'; Froiieh, l'J. The light to
secure enough of the uuinstructed votes
to make tne "necessary 108 promises to be
interesting. The indications are that
delegates to Chicago will go unpledged,
aud that a tariff for revenue only plat
form will be adopted.
Hanging of Horsa Thieves.
BiSMAiiCK, Dak., June 25. For some
time horse-thieves have infested McLean
County and the country along the Mis
souri River. Sunday afternoon one
named Jacob O'Xclll was caught by
farmers aud hanged to a telegraph pole.
He was fouud hanging by a stage driver,
with a note lu his pocket bear
ing the words: "O'Neill, the
horse - thief." A report reached
this city last nlaht that a few more of the
gang were pursued north to Mouse River,
w here a right ensued, and one tuief was
shot and three otSers hanged. The
farriers, who have been exasperated, re
joice over th news. Tiny say tliey will
lynch horse thieves as last as tluy cat :U
No Bliss in This for Bliss.
Washington, D. C, June 25. Colonel
Cook oue of the original counsel in the
Star-route cases was before the Springer
committee to-day and denounced the
statements by Bliss re fleeting upon him
(witness) as intentional falsehoods. "As
soon as Garfield died," said Cook, "Bliss
succeeded in getting control of the prose
cution and immediately exhibited a desire
to exclude from the cases those
he could not coutract." Iu conclusion,
witness declared Bliss' statements to be
studied malignant inventions and per
jury. Witness then paid his respects to
Woodward, and, answering a question,
said Woodward was the most iueilicient
and unfortunate man who could have
been selected for the work upon which
he was detailed. Had Gartleld lived he
thought there would have been different
results in the cases, lie believed au in
dictment could have been found in the
Saulsbury case, but doubted the ability
of counsel to properly prosecute the
cases, lie believed it was a lack of
methodical and discriminating ability to
present the cases to the jury intel
ligibly. Senator Sharon's Big' Trade.
Washington, D. C, June 25 Ex
Senator Sharon has made a big trade
with Jno. Bailey, by which he has become
sole owner of property in Washington be
longing to the California syndicate. Mr.
Sharon will place all this realty ou the
market at once.
Washington, D. C, June 23. The
resignation of Judge Drummond of the
United States Circuit Court for the Xorth
eru District of Illinois has been accepted,
taking effect July 1st.
FORT -KlOi UTI1 CON (i U liSS.
Washington, D. C, June 23. The
Seuato assembled at eleven o'clock.
There were only half a dozen members
present at that hour.
Later a quorum arrived aud business
proceeded. The consideration of the
legislative, executive and judiciary ap
propriation bill was resumed. A discus
siou aroso on the committee amendment
striking out the paragraphs consolidating
the customs collection districts iu ac
cordance with tho recommendations of
tho Secretary of the Treasury.
Senator Beck opposed the amendment,
arguing that tho retention of the clauses
would Inure to public benefit.
Senators Allison, Hawley and Hale de
fended tho action of tho committee.
' Mr. Hewett reported his bill modifying
existing laws relating to collecting of
customs duties, placed on calendar.
The bill to establish n Volunteer Sol
dier' Home west of tho Mississippi River,
Tho contested eloctlon caso of Man
ning vs. Chalincrslrom the Second Missis
sippl Distrlet, whi tutwn up.
Diaclmryo of tho Only Eye-Wit-a.'Sj,
and Trobablo Porpotnv
tor3 of tho Orimo.
Union of Several Binds of Brigands in
Mexico for Aggressive Warfara
Upon the Public.
The Deadly Dynamite Which ScareJ th
British Police Was a Bjttle
IV i:s w 4,, Tlx., June 25. At an earlj
hour yesterday morning Ed. Allen, a well
known saloon-keeper, was murdered in
his place of business. Four iin.-u named
T. J. Evan, G. W. Chapman, Jno. Chap
man and Theo. Chapman were in the
room at tlie time of the killing. Foul
bullets entered Allen's body uud
ne died iustantly. Immediately
alter the killing these four men quietly
surretided themselves to the Sheritf, but
no amount of persuasion would induce
them to make.a statement regarding the;
murder. The four prisoners were sobei
and composed, and acted lu perfect
unison. Theyall had large calibre pistol,
but no empty cartridges wero to be fouud.
The murder is shrouded in mystery
'o cause can be assigned, as none
of the prisoners appear to harboi
any feeling against Alien. A Coroner's
inquest was held on the body an 1 the
jury returned a verdict that Allen came
to his death by pistol-shot wounds at the
bauds of some person or persons un
known to the jury. The remarkable part
of the proceeding was tlie dYcharge ol
the four men who had voluntarily' sur
rendered themselves. They did notclaliv
that Allei committed suicide, but posi
tively refused to make any ailidavitor ad
mit that they knew aunht 0f the killing
There being no evidence against th
prisoners, they were discharged and left
Till; WORK OF ISANIMTS.
Union cf Several Binds of Brigandi
Under Joaquin Nunos.
Matamoilvs, Mi;x., June 23. As Rafaei
Morales was returning home from a ball
which took place below town hist night
at the Rosita ranch, he was assaulted
from behind by Vicente Zamor.no, whi
sht him through tlie neck iui'ictiug a
deadly wound. The assassin tied acres
the river, and Morales lay out in the ran
Antonio Abragoas, a noted bandit i
heading a small party of men wlio arc
operating near La Raima ranch and com
mitting ina;iy petty robberies. It i
thoughl that these men murdered the olei
bakerabout t mi days ago. Advices from the
interior state that Seuor Topla, owner ol
La Mesa ranch, Slate of Souora, had, at
the head of his raticucros attacked and
captured several of the bandits.
In the State of Michoaeau several bands
of brigands have united under the noted
Cliief Joaquin .Miiiios, and defy the au
thorities under guise if revolutionists.
When pressed hy the State forces they re
tire into the mountain fastnesses in the
Mate of Gava Juabo.
A few days .ago a German named Wich
erst took passage on the stage from Sal
tillo for. Zaeatecas. The passengers no
tice! that he was completely crazy, and
when he arrived at M.ttesaola complained
to the stage agent, who had him put un
der restraint. The maniac managed to
fool the policeman who guarded him, and
getting away, procured a pistol and,
hunting up Costillo Gonzales, the stage
at.t, shot him dead.
What Scared the British Authorities.
Bki.i aii'.f, o., June 25. The accounts
cabled from England of Joyce's being
arrested tit tjueeiistown with an infernal
machine hidden in a log of wood, but
which is now said to be oil, don't agree
with what is known ol the man here, and
makes the scare of the English authority's
seem ridiculous Joyce came here
about two years ago, and
has beeu living here and
working as a laborer in tin; blast furuace.
lie had iittle a tion or energy. His
iamily were sick a good part of the time,
and it- hitnsilf suffered from rheuma
tism. Grow ing disheartened, Ids fellows
raised money to help ldni bac' to his old
lnm: in GahAv, Ireiand. lie left lu re
rather mysteriously, Uit it wa to av
an attachment of his goods, for debt.
The liquid, his friends declare, was
AXOT1IF.U Flt.VTIIU 11) i:.
Brother Shoots Brother in a Trivial
Skdai.ia, Mo., June 25. News was re
ceived in this city this morning of a ter
rible shooting affray between Copz and
Clay lliggins, two brothers living on the
farm of their father, Colonel Joe llig
gins, near Houstonia. They had a
quarrel yesterday afternoon over
a monkey wrench. This morning the
qii 11 rel was renewed, and Copz, allowing
lus passion to run wild with him, drew a
revolver and shot Clay through the hotly,
just below the heart. It is thought the
wounded man can not possibly live. Tlie
affair lias created considerable feeling,
especially since Colonel lliggins is 0110 of
the best known and most prominent citi
zens In tho county, representing con
Didn't Know Where She Was (Join.
Loi lsvu.i 1:, Kv., June 25. A special
to the Cmihiii rrinl from Eminence says of
Miss Fay Sewell, of Washington, D. C,
who was tukcu from a house of ill-fame
in this city Tuesday night: "Miss Sewell
entered Eminence College about April 1,
upon the recommendation of friends of the
family. She demanded ami received
private instruction, but seemed discon
tented, notwithstanding she was permit
ted to visit tho town twice per
week, accompanied always by a teacher,
but since tho close of school her
private Instruction has continued, while
her privileges have been extended, aud
she appeared more contented. Sho was
taken Into and treated as one of Presi
dent Giltner'g family. Her departure was
a sotirco of great surprise to Mr. Glltner
who did not know of her absence until
he was about leaving for Mt. Sterling, in
which locality ho still remains, but has
beeu telegraphed to return. Miss
Sewell Kit tho collcgo with tho plea
that she was going to tho dressmaker's
Wliere.lt wasTtnowr) hr was hfflnir work
done. The cause that led to her rash
step Is unknown, but since her departure
many rumors have been started, which
can not bo traced to a reliablo source.
She was treated with every courtesy and
kindness by the President's lam
lly ami the faculty. Her mind, evi
dently, from some cause, Is unbalanced,
either temporarily or permanently. The
many ami extraordinary statements that
she lias made iu this community justifies
this conclusion. Miss Sewell Is now at
the house of Mr. Caldwell, Superintend
ent of the House of Refuge, awaiting
action of Iter parents or guardian tit
Eminence. She claims she was taken to
Madame Daley's by a hack-driver, and
that she was ignorant of the character of
K-( MIF.F ( AMl'lil.I.L.
He Draws aKuif on Andy Brown This
Sr. Lot is, Mo., June 23. Ex-Chief of
Police Jack Campbell and Andy Brown
had a dilliculty in front of the Laclede
Hotel at three o'clock this afternoon,
which nearly resulted in a tragedy. The
trouble occurred over a discussion
of Brown's friendship for Dr. Lutz.
Campbell accused Rrowu of being a
friend of Lutz, and Andy admitted it.
Cainpbed drew a bowie knife, which was
seized by Otliecr Johnson, one of whoso
lingers was badly cut. The two com
batants were then separated. Brown
drew a revolver but was prevented from
ham; uai.i. lsitiivrniis.
Score of .Gaines Played ou Tuesday,
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, 'J; Wash-
Boston, Mass. Cincinnati Unions, 7;
Cleveland, O. Philadelphias, 0; Clove-
Columbus. O. Columbus. 8: Brook
lyn , l.
Baltimore, Md. Baltimore Uuiotis, 17;
Philadelphia, Fa. St. Louis Unions,
17; Keystones, 1.
Indianapolis, Ind. Athletics, 9; In
Cincinnati, ( ).--Cinci mi itl s, 12; Alle
2uiney, 111. (uiucys, 10; Milwau
kee s, ;!.
Washington, D. C Kansas Cihs, 2;
Buffalo, X. Y. New Yorks, 10; BufTa
St. Paul, Minn. Minneapolis, l;; St.
Toledo, o. Toledos, 4; Baltimore?), ;.
Keokuk, la. Rock Islands, 0; Gate
Commencement at Harvard.
Boston-, Mss., June 25. At Harvard
commencement to-day Governor Robin
son and staff attended, escorted by the
National Lancers. The literary exercises
were as usual lu Sanders' Theatre, which
is crowded. Honorary degrees were
conferred as follows: i.L. D., on James
Russell Lowell, of Cambridge, Simon
Neweonibc, of Washington, Richard
Claretihousi; Jebli, of Glasgow; 1). 1).,
on James Henry Thayer, of Cambridge,
and Rev. John Moore, of Greenlield.
A. M., on William G. Binney; A. M.,
out of course, on Charies Hackwood, of
class of MS, mid William Biodget, of
class ol '?2.
Suspected of Murdering' Ilis Wife.
M.t i toon, III., June 25. Dan Cook, a
colored laborer of this city is under ar
rest charged w ith murler'Hig his wife, who
has not been seen since last Friday,
Near an abandoned well In tho western
part of the city were lound pools of
blood, the woman's ear-ring and other
evidence that she had be,a murdered and
her body cast into the well, which is
eighty-live Let iu depth. A club covered
with blood was also found near the well,
and a hair tu t and glove on the fcuriaee
of the water near the top.
Died at 105.
I'i:i:r, Ind., June 25. Mrs. Johanna
Doud died to-day at tlie residencu of her
f jii-iu-law, Timothy Guinea, iu Washing
Ion Township, near this city, at tho age
of I115 vears, she was born in County
1 l laie, Ireland, and came to America in
M7. Sue was the mother of nine
liialreu, live of whom survive her. She
haves forty-live grundclilidrt.il, quite a
number of great-grandchildren and sev-.i-.il
gi eat -great-grandchildren.
Ffc iifhtfiU Fall of ScarTalainff.
New Voi;k, June 25. Yesterday after
joon, while workmen were erecting a
.lerrick on Grace Church steeple, at
lirjiul'.vay and Tenth street, the derrick
jave way and the scaffolding fell with a
.rash causing great excitement among
pedestrians on Broadway. Tlie work
Men were extending the steeple which is
already 175 feet from the sidewalk.
After " the crash Hie ropes on the
I'errick caught Robt. Simpson and held
I itii to the top of the steeple. Another
Workman named Jno. McKay was knocked
It the platform and had his legs lacer
itod. Ambulances were summoned and
the men were conveyed to t he hospital,
where Simpson died at eight o'clock last
ua ning. The crowd became so dense in
Broadway as to necessitate tho calliug
ol the police. Tho damage to the church
and to the furniture by falling debris Is
estimated at s5,il.
;Co-opBrative Citrar Manufactory.
Cincinnati, O., June 25. There are
indications that the sottie-tiine-talked-of
to-operalive cigar manufactory enter
prise has at last assumed deilnito
form, and that 3u0 of the locked-out
workmen will almost Immediately bo
given employment at living wages. Mr.
Samuel Phillips said that in about a
month a factory of this size will
lie in full operation. He has agreed to
invest largely In the enterprise, and tho
project will command a capital of $50,
000. The details are yet to be arranged,
but the establishment of the factory Is
positively settled. The names of tho
other capitalists of the coucern will ap
A Youihiul Burfffur.
Moin.iti.Y, Mo., June 25. Johnny
O'Brien, only thirteen years of age, was
arrested here yesterday for complicity in
the burglary of Ellison & Atterbery's store
at Mailt-"; ou Sunday night. Ills asso
ciates e raped. The boy admits his guilt
and says ho was Inlluetieed Dy older
heads. Ho says that he would tell all
that ho knows about his companions but
for his fear of mooting thorn somewheru
on tho road. They would surely kill him.
The boy's homo I lu Philndclplila,
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Sore Tliroal, Nnelllnira. Npraln, Urulaea.
Horn., Senl.U. front lUle,
i ai.i. oumi iioiiii.v him aso atnia.
Ba.l by Uiuiuiiu 1 11, tirr, .vorrorwr.. Virtj Cut. a tuttl..
iJirMt.,i In 11 i..nlu.(pi.
TIIKl IIMil KH . VOtiKLFRCO.
(Hum..!. 1. a. v 'juti.ii, a cu 1 Bililaon, Id., C. 8, A.
Fortify tho System.
All who liitve experienced ami wltnosed the
elleet of Uoctetter's Stomach, liltterH upoa tho
wi'ti'.-. broken down, despond I no; victims of dapep
pci, liver coiMp'ttlnt, fever and Hirtio, rhf iimHtlHiu,
11. rvonn ilelihitv, or iieriimturi) decay, know that
in thl" supreme tonic and alterative there exiute a
flieeiiie irini'ip!o wniiii .eaiiii'K the very source of
t!-.f trouble, and elF-'Cts an aheolute aud permanent
For mte by a!l tint -gists anil dealers eenerally.
Health and Happiness.
2? 9 DO AS OTHERS
oootat $ mum.
Are your Kidneys disordered?
' Kiln1 Wort tii'ouKlit me from my wave, as it
wen-, niter 1 tout ta-i n tdve n un ly 1.1 lst doctor. Ill
Peuoit." M, W. Itcveraui, Sluehaaie, Ionia, IhcU.
Are your nerves weak?
"KMii- v Wo:t cored me frem nerveux veakncaal
xe .an. r 1 wj.h net . iixs tei to llre."-Mm. M. it. ii.
Uoviiwiu, i. clirtatia.i Monitor, ClemlaiiJ, O.
Have you Ericrht'3 Disease?
"hllney net enred mo when hit watur waaiuat I
,. . . 1 ..11. 1 .. in. .11 - .
fi Eranlc Wilson. Peabotlr. Mud. I
Suf ferine from Diabetes?
"Kl Jii.-y-Wurt in tlie mult mi .-infill remedy I hare
evtr uaeu. divert mmusc iiomcoiaro Teller."
l'r. l'iii.li ii C. halluu, Muukton, VI
I Have you' Liver Complaint?
"Kliliiey-w'urt cured mo ot chruuiu LirurLllMww
orareil 10 uio." - -
Henry Ward, late Col. 9th Nat. Guard, N.T.
Is your Back lame and aching?
1 Uuiio I had tj lull out of lieil."
u. M. TaUiuutfo, Milwaukee, Wla.
Havo you Kidney Disease?
"KMnry-U urt made nie .ouii.ilnltr-r ami kiilner.
iffiT yeiirs of uiueiivesiiful (l.-'torhiir. Its worth
jjwa bui. '-hum 1 UoO-u.h, Willuuustuna, Mebt a.
Are vou Constinatod?
"KMm yaVort causes easy evacuations amlcnred
mo Alter iu years tise or oiner mi'iueineH."
h tl.io a KuucluiJ, bt. Albans, Vt
Havo vou Malaria?
"Kl'lney-Hurt h.u done Ixtter tlinn any otbor
rvuicu 1 uu'e ever un'o in nir orai-iiee, '
Pr. Ii. K. Clark, bvuth Hiiro, Vs.
Are vou Bilious?
"TCI, Inev-W'ui-t linn done ma more irood than aiiT
I u.uci leuicuj 1 nnvu t-oir la.cii.
.Mr j. j. i. uauoway, cut rut. orogon.
Are you tormented with Piles?
MOtiev "TT I'rnH'inenity currii mo or movauur
I'ilei. t'r.'W. r, Kline rei-ommeinli il tt to mo."
Ueo. Ii. Herat, Ca-lie-r il. lluuk, ilyuralown, Fa.
Are you Rheumatism racked?
"Kiiliii'V-Wert rur-Mi me. aiier 1 was (riven up to
die by I'liydicians ami 1 h.td .uircred ttiirtv yearn."
Lnjihlto Muleohu, Wc.t llath, Maine.
Ladies, are you suffering?
"Klileev-Woit eun-il nio of peculiar troubles of
ievi.raiycarsbtnnilou'. Slany fnenils usd ami praise
It," ilis. IL Lamoreaux, 1.1a La ilottu, V t.
If you would Banish Disease
1 and gain Health, Take
Thb blood Cleanser.
C'nek, Sprains, iv renchtts, Khoo
nuui.im, Niuralnia, sclutloa.
Pleurisy Pains, stitch in tho
Side, Unckache, Swollen Jolnta,
Heart Ducai-a, Bare MuscleSL
rain In tho Chest, and all pains and aches either local or
deciwented are inst antlv relloveil and siHssllly cured by
i. -.,n.kiinun ..d rtanlrr. t'omnotindud, aa It la. of
the midU'lmil Tlituesof fiwh How, tluius, llalumsand
Kitmcts, It is indeed (he bf.it ln-kiUUur, stlmulatiiur,
HKitliliirfandstrentrthenlnir Porous Plaster ever made.
in .) i',is-eares..d l.yall drutftjktsandsountryKgroa,
Sfi cents oi liveiorsi.ue. r n
Mailed on receipt tt EtJfT
price. Ji"p 1 i." ' "
lYoprleton and Mimu-factun-r,
I rf-c.iuu il loiiKUe, iKul In lath, .our atomacli aud livar
ill.i a.e cureil l1 M-iwIi-t's Stomach nml I.trer Pills, 9. eta.
Vvhoan debility, ttxhanated
uwrra, preuiatur decity
and failure to perform life's
duties properly are cauwd by
eneesxea, errors of youth, ate,
will rind a perfect and lasting
restoration to robust heulth
and 'lirnrott nuinhixid iu
'.eiilicr ntoiuach urtitiious oor
instrumeiit. 'I'his treat ui.nt of
Nervous Keblllly ana
l.i. . I li..-iiv i. uniforuily
mccessfttl because based on -rte.'t .distrnoiiia,
new nl tllwrs meihod. at. '1 ',;""' JJ-nnchiK-as.
l ull informal ion and rreatuw Irea,
Address ( onsilllinil Physician of
MARSTON fiEMCUrC0..46W.4thSt, Nt-wYort
Hi,. IIIO.IDT" IU. r., i"W
Ul.llinl Isui, (a .oil Irsatlx all frt
v.u, Nrvu., Oaruul. .let Siwl. ,11
anlLiliin p.nsin.llT, ot Sf l.lul l
lo.'.'ny,, rsm.i. nm,i
Dr. Ks.ll I. t
ity Utl wrrnUo' or np.y.
r)J Ull waiinBU' - "
ik a ir-P sir
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