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Athlopuokos Is a liovcl word to mo?t
Ifoi lu who (t&k iho KiiKlihU liiiifiuitfe Uln-
Atiiix)1-horo3 is the first and only
medicine which has tarried on" the
prize as the jierfec t remedy for llheu
lnatistn and Neuralgia.
Uko two relentless tyrant they have t v
atrea their mflerintr victims lu au ira
trip. Tbuw ixir milTere havo been aa tl:i s
in the power ul ticir oii rftra.
Attilopuorob has entered the arena, r-;.-
lu ootiflict with the mountim, and nu leu-
lii't.irv Ail tl, jimtHtiisi iti tin, fir...!.,.
trame jf old could win only by the tin xt m-vere tr.:..
i f ubility and endurance, no Athloi'IIiiiiub hx w. .;.
t!iu prize, not alone by iflviiiic teuumrary relief, l.i.t
IT briux-iiiK an cuduriJw cure, a well, to tin v lei
havo "utTered tho exvruciatuig ijfcjuiw of llLe-un.".-tiiuuauil
ATiiLornonos is a novelty, not only
in name, but iu its elements.' It is un
like any preparation yet introduced.
Arni.oruoKos acta on the Mood, liiim lrs
a:nl Joint", removing the iii?sm and a-ij from
tue U'x.d, carnui theiu out of the- eyrt-iu.
ami colUiiik untUiinr that can I'jUcMy
hirm the mottt ddieate cuiixtitutMu.
Now, do you want to euCer on ana on T
i t .10 you wuiil to be well?
"Athlophoros" WILL Cure You
If you cannot trot ATiti.ornow..s of your dru.
f'-t, we win bend It exprcsj paid, on n-ctlpt of
ri gular price one dollar per bottle. We prefer
tliut you buy U from your druwist, but If ho
hasn't It, do not ! -rsu .-ide-d to try BoinetUna
I , but order at oi.ee from us ad directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
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i Uirdy inark-l on the ont!d,
a-id n:'i'. !,.'!. i'!;tr7n t'Tf'taid to
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Co., llrnuni, S C Fv. ry rfi-uuiLS
I a. lu h.v ii-1 if Hull.
Si" our ntit aiiU'4iiK':iieut
ST. MARY'S PARK.
Imi otlng parade fttec of F re Compa Iff and
olher So leliff, and also lienml ul r,oais re. -resent
I Ij); th nur cimnu of tin; city.
Ilorw, nr.ilc, hiryc;i' ami other ru"e, nlmnis
rlety of other me.ini o( aniii.semi.iitH, mch ai
Greased 1'ole, Kte.,
11 Grand Disolav of Pi
Danciug at Night!
i?"AM rallroadii and eteamhoat w ill rIv.; great
ly reduci il rte8.
For parlicnlars a" t prciiiiumf, etc., luKrose
either of the following committee:
JOK S'l'KAC ALA.
N. li TIUVI I.KWOOD,
1! Kit MAN MKYKK.
:: OF THE SF.ASONTO ::
Illinois Central li. IJ.
WEDNESDAY, Juno 25
Train will leavo f'alro 3:1s A. M. and nrrlvlnj
In Chicaijo ti::) V. M. of the same day. Fare lo
t'hicno and rulnrn,
The summer rnnnlni; mortlnp; of tbo Chtcaeo
Driving lnrk wt 1 bo hold Juno '.Otli to iHthln
cluvivu, preanntlnK nnnounl iittractloin to thoKe
IntereatiMl. Every oue shoiiHl take this opportu
nity to vlfit Chicago.
lTlnketa are Kood to return on any tbroiiu'h
tram lim?iiia Chlcaco up to and tududitiK the
evening train of Monday, July 7tb.
K. T. JKKFKllY, Uun. 8upt.
J. F. MEHHY, Oen. Western Pas ARt
S r. -T:.t
SEEN IN TIME,
II onvy Ties Soourcly Bound to tha
Track of tha Toxaa & St.
T'rw Ols'motion Discover..' hj tha Engi
neer Just iu Time to Soverso His
Eugino aad Jump.
He Captures a Retreating Negro, Whc
is in Iinminent Danger of
Tvi.kii, Tkxas, Juno a'. An attempt
w is in ide la.st creiilii,' to wreck the west
b mm! pisseii-r train ou tlio Texas i St.
IhiIs Kiilroad at a p-i'nit a mile west of
Winena. Sevenl lari;" ties wore secure
ly fastened to the rai:-. The truiu ap
prniched just at twilight, and the en
Rineer saw the oltfuction just in tiaie
to hut the throttle and jump. Tho traiu
was thrown from the track, bin no
s ri-.' (i.i dainaa wis tfoiw. As the an
yim er jumped, he saw a n.'-gro runuiii'j
to the Ijil-hos; he give chasu au I cap
tore. I him. The inio was taken on
board and brought to this city. Indiana
tlon ainoni the citizens i dos hl3'h. Tiie
neero Is jailed and an extra guard watch
ing over him. There- is danger of lynch-
Ai!I!K- l I'D ItV A C ltKDITOi:.
A Rich Man's Victim Who Wants to
Know What Haa Eoomo of Ilia
Aii.ash, (i,.Iune 27.0.1 Mm lay
la.t Mr. KJ. 'd-rcer who is one of the
creditors of th : Jaiuos Jl tiiS, in t ie the
necessary alii luvits to .-.e-juro the Issuance
oft.vo warrants against Joo. if. Jaiacs,
who fai.e I for tov,0'M. Mae of the war
rnii'J Is for larceny after tru.-t and the
otiier for eiiibi ..lenient. Mr. James was
found in the bank biiilrtinuand yielded to
the po)ite demands of the constable and
accompanied him to th-; court-room.
I'l'on hearing the nature of the coin
plii.nl.s Mr. Jaini-s .stated that he would
w av e any preliminary examination uieiict
the Chiracs gij beiore the irand Jury.
He recanls these prosecutions as t!i : re
siiHol an-r, and ti.iiiks tlii-yare inteinii-d
us attempts to force him to conipromi-e
certain claims outside of the en-ral .-et-tieiiieut
with his creditors. Mr. '. Mercer
s.ii-1: "Mr. James has promised to pay
in. and failed to do so, and now 1 want
him to show up wi.at he has done with
my money. 1 f.jiind him moving things
out t lie back way after midnight the niilit
he closed, and I want to know if at yol
ir.y money was iu the lot. I ciiaruetti.il
he inu.-t have known he was insolv. nt
w hen he took my money."'
S'-uth Carolina Democrat
Cot. t Mm , .S. C, June .T.Thi State
Convention met at noon and rush. .1 bu-d-n.-.-s
thr.iUgh. The ileii-gat s to Chic:. ;o
are: At lariy1 Wade llanipton, K. W.
Haasoii, C II. Cub-r and I.eroy J".
miru.s. l itst District, S. J. Jtr-'
vi- and Jas. V. Tler; S.cond l)ist:ict,
.1 'V. Moore and I). S. Henderson; Thi:d
liistiict, W. '.. MctjeC and J. C. Carey:
l'oiirth District, W. 15. Stanley and Jno.
ii. Cleveland; l'ifth District, (i. J. l'at
teison and K. M. Liei'kin; Sixth Distr.ct,
1'. S. lireedell and A. S. llaiilee: Seveiita
District, J. 11. Karle and C. K. Sinkier.
No riso'utioiisjof instructions were iu
tro.lnctd, but when the Chairman stated
in his address that the delegates would
L'o uniustructed the hall rang with ap
plause. A resolution w;ls offered stating that
while delegates to Chicago will go unin
structed, Cleveland, in the opinion of the
Convention, was the strongest and most
available man for llrst place on the Na
tional ticket. Tids was considered an
indorsement of Cleveland and was voted
down. Kvery time the uame of Cleve
land was menti tued it was received with
applause, and there is no doubt that the
entire' delegation will leave inclined to
Cleveland, while perfectly free to act iu
di iiiually, but two or throe have any
otli r preference, when the question of
avai .ability is considered.
Tl.c Convention un.aiiiiously nomin
ated the present State olliccrs for re
election, A number of resolutions on the tariff
were Introduced, but were pigeon-holed
by i ho Committee on Resolutions The
piatlorm is a lepetltion of that of l-',
with the exception of a plank in favor
ol National aid to education in the
UASK UALL BHliVri'IES.
Seoro of Games Played on Thursday,
St. I.ouis, Mo. St. Louis, 7; Ath
Columbus, 0. Columbus, C; Allc
Toledo, O. llrooklyn, 7; Toledos, 2.
Cincinnati, O. Cluclunatis, -i ; Metro
Indianapolis, Iud. Daltiiuores, 3; In
Cleveland, 0. Clevelands, 4; New
St. Paul, Minn. Stillwater., 11; St.
Iiui'falo, N. Y. r.uffalcH, 9; Philadel
Louisville, Ivy. Louisvllles, 15; Wash
Detroit, Mich. Hustons, 21; De
Chicago, 111. Providences, 6; Chi
Minneapolis, Minn. Peoria?, 7; Min
Blaine at Lcwiston.
Licwiston, Mi?., Juno 27. At the Hates'
Collego commencement dinner yesterday
Dr. Cheney introduced Mr. Hlaino as one
who had been a trustee of the college for
twenty-two years. Mr. Hlaino was re
ceived with applause which lasted several
minutes. Mr. Hlaino said : "Ilhankyou,
Mr. President., for introducing me as ono
of your trustees, for It is only lu that ca
pacity that I am with you to-day. I wish
to say why find how my interest was ex
cited in this Institution. It was because
of the energy and faith o
Dr. Cheney iu its beginning.,
Applause. I was then but
twenty-four years of ago, and I co-oprr-ated
with him in securing tho first ou
dowmcnt from the State. Tho result!
mi low m oit w is to him, for It taught ne
vi'ii- nf persevi ranee. I tlou't bo
lii' :to A ii -r mati or a regiment of nieu
cou'.l hive wruii,' 1,,-,imi cuts out of that
I.eifUat'iro. l.iiiu'hl.T.J Hut ho dlil it
and he had my huuiblo help, for I was
then a member of the Third Uraueu.
I was doinif what those yodnx men
there pointing to the reporters aru now
dolii. La lighter. J I was reporting
very po ir speeches for a newspaper,
d'uiniiltiioiis I.:iiir!itt r J and I appreciate
the fact that I cons! intly had the ear of
the legislators who .vere, of eoufje, anx
ions t j a:; ear b. tter iu the next morn
ings pap.-r than they did on the tloor.
J I'M- AS .xfl'l'OSKU.
The Budy of Mrn. Cook Found at the
Bottom of ta? Well.
Mu ioov, li.:.., ,j tino -jr. After forty
hours' cout i ii u mis working of the itcaii)
pumps the abau lotiej ve'l sup.o-iod to
contain the body of the munlere l Mrs.
Cook was .liai n d to the bottom, when
previous suspicions wore proved correct,
iti ill' bo 'y of Mrs. Cook was found
weighted il.jwu with about 100 pounds
of .Inn. Kxaiuiualioi) bhowed
her throat cut from ear to tar
and a In-avy bruise on the head. Her
clothes were torn and body scratched by
'rappllu hooks. Fully 1,000 people fol
lowed the body to the City Hall, whoro
the hnpiest Is now being held. The jail
cout linini; tie: alleged uiur lrer is In the
same yard. There is Some talk of lynch
in, but tie; oilije-rs are conll-lent that
tin y can control t:ie crowd. The well
i to be searched for further bodies.
Some think that the well has been used
for a hiding place for other crimes than
this. A man named l'rank Mahouo din
Mpp'aied mysteriously trom tj.ty's, sl.x
in;;-:s weat of h.-re nlxjiit three
wn-k.s ago, und his friends are
afraid he has been foully dealt with, as
there is no explanation why he should
"o awav. There was no trouble iu his
business affairs or at his home.
P.n'.r.Tton'a Condition The Pre3S in the
din o i, Ii i.., Ju: e '.'7. Allan Tinker
t ;li remains ill a comatose condition;
1' alii momentarily expect.- I.
The sub-committee of tie- i're-s of the
l)-.-mocralie Nuiona! Cvuveulion wis in
si -ij:i this niornim: at the I'alun r House,
tab ui it:n a; pli.-ati ms lor s ats. Near
ly :,:.! " luve alr.-a.;y been leeeived. Only
a small portion of these can be accom
modated with iie.sk privileges, ir'uil and
compii.-i.- aecomino ;.ai ions f.r reporting
tin- pr.'Cecd.iigs w be j;lven the United
i out Y-i:i(iii in cu.Mjiit' si.
W.siiiN(,riN, D. C, J'nic 27. The
Senate met at eleven o'clock, but it was
11:13 before a piorum was In attend
ance. The Secretary of the Navy si t a
communication, trausinitti:) a com, -io
report ou the Sue. Can tl in response t..
Mr. Pendleton's resolution re'..it'..'o j
the codiiieaiio.i ol la .vs concerning the
Signal Service P.ureaii and asking the Sec
retary of War for a report as to the pro
priety of continuing the liureau under
the supervision of the War Department,
went over temporarily.
Mr. Huth-r jravu notice thiton Monday
he will ask a vote on the resolution to in
vestigate the Collelition of the New York
The House bill locating the right of
way through the Indian Te rritory to t lie
Soiitii. ru Kansas llailway was passed.
A joint resolution providing for a set
tlement ed accounts with the .Mobile i
' hio llailway also passed.
After s.ome important business, by
unanimous consent, Mr. Hancock (of
Texas) presented a conference report on
the pension appropriation bill, and it was
Mr. Turner (of Louisiana) called up
tho matter Involved in theeleetion caseof
Thomas (i. Skinner, of t lie First North
Carolina district, elected to lill the va
cancy after the State had been rcdls
tt ieted, the question being on the validity
of such election, as the district does not
correspond with that iu which the va
This was antagonized by
Mr. McMillan with the private
calendar; by Mr. Singiet on with
the bill for the National Library building,
and by Mr. Ilenly with tho bill to forfeit
the land of the Northern Pacific Ilailroad,
and the House refused 01 to 101 to
consider the election case.
Kansas City, June 27. Shortly after
the east bound passenger, Chicago & Al
ton train, left Independence last night,
aud while the train was running at full
speed, the crown sheet of the boiler was
blown off and the locomotivo disabled.
Ileury Siinonds, the Hreinan, was thrown
from the cab and bruised and scalded. Ho
may die. Dick Stewart, the engineer,
received painful bruises. The passengers
were undisturbed. Tho train was de
layed two hours.
Tho Cuptain, Four Mm and tho Mate's
AVAsiiiNiii'ON', 1). C, June 27. The
signal corps station, Harnegat City, N.
J., reports the schooner A. Il.ibeoek, from
Philadelphia to lJ.tston, coal laden, run
h shore In a sinking condition two miles
poith of this station, The captain, four
l.eainen and the mate's wife were
ilrowued. The mate and one seaman
To ManaxAd by Oye.
N'kw Yoiik, June 27. A coutract be
tween tho directors of tho Metropolitan
pera Houseaud Mr. Oye, tho Impressarlo
manager of Coveut Uardent Theater,
London, was sigued yesterday, The
Metropolitan will therefore ho managed
liy tiye next season.
Drowned In a Swimming Match,
Findlay, 0 , Juno27. Frederick Muel
ler, living iu the southeastern part of this
county, was drowned while competing
with several neighbors In a swimming
contest. All attempts nt rescuing were
fruitless. Mueller leaves u young wife,
. A Murder Aventrod.
Sai.km, Ouk., Juno 27. Jos. Drake,
the negro convicted of assassinating
David Swi'.rtz, was sentenced yesterday
to bo hanged September 25. Jos. Henry,
his accomplice, who turned State's ovl-,
donee, pleaded guilty to murder In thoj
second degree, and was sentenced to law
A FEAST OF FAT THINGS,
VVlnit an RxhatiBtivo Examination
of Food Adulteration Brings
everything Adulterated ami the GonuliK
Article Not to Be Procured Trom
the Ordinary Merchant.
What is Not Dileterious to Health, la a
Least a Fraud on the
CiiH Aiio, III., June 27. A committee
of the Citizens' Association appointed
for the purpose of making an exhaustive
Investigation of food adulteration, pub
lished its report to-day. The committee
says: "It maybe too much, but it is nol
greatly too much, to say that nearly
every manufactured article of food and
drink now in use, and many of the drugs
aud compounds n-el as medloiues, are
aelulteiated or sophisticated in greater
or less degree, and although iu most, but
not a.l eases, the foreign ingredient is In
noxious iu its character, tho product Is a
fraud, because designed to supply the
place of a better article without the
knowledge of the purchaser." Further
on the report savs: "So far has tho
manipulation of certain articles beeu
carried that iu the butter traele,
t)V instance, tho genuine article
cannot he procured trom tho or
dinary merchants lu the commodity
Uor Iroin private manufacturers except
at a price far above Us proper value.
The committee enumerates a long list of
articles found to be adulterated, among
them the following: Dairy products are
adulteied by the introduction of ani
mal fat, tallow, neutral oil., lard, water
and salt. Coffee Is frequently adulterated
with chicory, beans, dandelion or rye,
and when green is often treated with
coloring material known to be deleterous.
Au imitation being made of dough is the!
latest fraud iu this commodity. The
essences we well know to bo iu many
casus frightful compounds. Lard Is
adulterated by the Introduction of terra
alba, vegetable oils, aud water. The re
port closes with the recommendation oi
the committee favoring a National law,
and advising the preparation of a State
law to be submitted to the Legislature
N'kw Youii, June 27. Regarding J. J.
Case's challenge to match Jay-F.ye-Soc
ngdiust any horse for a race or ex
hibition, Mr. Vandoibllt said last
night: "Why anybody should have
impudence enough to allude to me
1 as a challenged party, knowing I
; ',:vtr allow Maud S to be trotted lu a
race, is fast my comprehension. 1 keep
Maud S for my own amusement. Iain
saiisiied she is tho fastest horse in the
world. She Is at least the handsomest.
There are horses that I would not have,
even If they could trot a mile a miuule.
Maud S is perfect ill everything."
Mr. Vanuerbilt then branched of! on to
the stock market and said:
"Alte r the election we shall have a re
turn of confidence and be-tter times, I
kuow lots of people who are foolishly
converting their assets into inonev and
placing it in vaults where It can earn
nothing. Why, I know a man who has a
lot of specie stored in his house, and a
burglar alarm to ail his wiuelows and
doors, aud sleeps with a revolver uuder
his pillow. His second night's ex
pel lence w as a ludicrous oue. One of tho
family caine In late, and not understand
ing the alarm, set it off. Out came the
pistol and he banged away, hitting a valu
able mirror aud creating a panic In his
household. Oh, no, I shall not use Maud
s for other than road purposes this
MI 1CIIKI.1S ILJ.NKs
What Kis Physician Says-Will He
Come to tho Scratch.
N'kw Yuiik, Juno 27. Regarding tho
illness of Charles Mitchell, the llngllsh
pugilist, Dr, Hrowii said last night:
"Mitchell is a very sick man. He is
suffering from what is variously called
Intermittent fever, fever aud ague, and
chills and fever. Ills temperature was
103. I prescribed quinine to break the
fever, and bromide of potassium and
aconite to quiet his nerves. His system
was in a bad condition generally. He
was very anxious to have me cure Dim
before Monday. The attack Is due to
morrow, aud if the qniniue ho takes will
ward it off, as I believe it will, he will
undoubtedly be better on Monday; but
not as strong as he was before Saturday
Mitchell was sitting In the parlor Oi
Price's Hotel last evening playing cards
with the landlady's daughter, his boyish
looking face was haggard and his lips full
of fever blisters.
"I never felt better In my life than I
did before that deuced disease set lu."
He said "I've lost seven pounds since
then. Previous to last Saturday 1 would
have dared to knock down an ox. 1 just
got up out of bed nt live o'clock this
afternoon, and I'm gorng to try liarel not
to get in it again." "
"Charley," said Hilly Madden, "there
Is no use talking; you won't be able to
tackle Sullivan; you arc not iu a condi
tion for lu"
"I tell you," said Mitchell to tho re
porter, "that I will light Sullivan if the
fever doesn't coine ou to-morrow. Its
due at noon. Two hours before that time
I am going to tnko an extra dose of
quinine to keep it off, My recuperation
nut here In this Hue ocean air has been so
great and I have been trained so well that
I do t't mind my sickness. If It doesn't
occur to-morrow It will have very little
effect .on my condition on Monday. The
match Is not off yet, and It won't bo off
until 1 Uud out whether 1 am to bo well
or sick to-morrow, 1 havo never been
sicker than I was ou Saturday night, and
if It hadn't becu for the Attention of the
ladles In tho hotel, I don't know how I
could havo pulled through." Last night
Mitchell telegraphed from Long Hrauch
to Al. Smith: "Have lutortnltont fever.
Feel well to-day. If saino to-morrow,
will box." Earlier lit tho
day Madden telegraphed to Al,
Smith that Mitchell hud malarial fever.
Madden wanted to know whether SuJ
llvnu would consent to a sclenllllc or ex
hibition ot-to, and Sulllvnu was oora
imiulcated with on that point. Ho re
ttwod. savins ho would engage In no hip-
(lortromlnR. When It seemed ctrlaln that
Smith hid a lunsultatlou with Jack
Hurke, the young pugilist from Kngland,
who once fought to a draw with Mitch
ell, and if Mitchell doesn't cuinu to time,
Hurke will probably stand up before Sul
livan. Harry Hill claimed his man, Hill Eng.
land, should havo the opportunity, aud
Sullivan was asked by wire to say what
ho would do with either
man. lie answorcd to-night :
"Will moet either England or
Hurke, tho man having the best of It
to tuke tho whole house, or elao not to
fclve them better than twenty per cent,
nor over twenty-live." It Is claimed In
behalf of Hurke, that he has shown him
self ad a good mau as Mitchell, utnl li
Mliclull doesu't appear Hurke would be
the uejt best man to draw a crowd and
make tho match Interesting. This con.
slderaUon seoins likely to Uccldu tho mat.
tor lu his favor, it it becomes necessary
to Hud i man to take Mitchell's place.
Mitchell and Sullivan.
Ni.w Yohk, June 27. Ilogardins the
rumors that, ou account of chills aud
fever, Mitchell, the ptigilhU, wonld not be
able to nuet Sullivan at Madliou Square
on Monday, Mitchell svuds the follow
ing: "Loutf Hranch, N. J. I have en
tirely recovod and nhall box with Sulli
van at Madison Square Garden ou Mon
Wlfo Mardaren Santenced to Hang-.
New Oki.kax.s, La., June 27. Gov
ernor McL'nrry yesterday approved the
sentences iu the cases of two wife mur
derers lu this city, aud directed that they
be hanged on July 25.
Kendrlck Holland, one of the con
demned, Is a black brute of the lowest
type. He was 4 desperado aud burglar
win) worked In a in gro gambling salooti,
In the slums. of Franklin street. Hannah
llrover, his wife, while playing cards
with a party of uegroesin tho" saloon,
and not winningas rapidly as he thought
she should, aftet; an uuheeded reprimand,
Holland elrew his pistol aud shot her In
tha head, killing her Instantly. His ex
cuse was that she being his wife, she was
hi property, ami ho had a right to do
with her what he pleased, even to killing
her if .she disobeyed him. Ho will doubt
less die under the Impression that he was
ju.stliied lu maintaining domestic dis
cipline In the way he did.
Victor F.loi, the other condemned man
Is a white man who stabbed and killed
his wife Delia YcCarty on MuroT (lias
morning three years ngo. lie was lazy
and Incapable, aud she worked as a serv
ant and gave him her earnings. The al
leged cause of the crime was jealousy;
but the defense was Insanity. If hanged,
it wl l lie the first time a white mau has
been hanged lor murder iu this State
since Governor Wurmouth hanged threo
Sicilians in 1C71.
PiriMU mill, Pa., June 27. The Amal
gamated Association of Iron aud Steel
Work, rs will hoi I th dr annual National
Convention in this city Augusts, Hop
resentatives will be here from all parts
of the country.
A Philadelphia committee of Knights
of Labor waited upon Harris i Co., shoe
makers, tills moruing, with a view to ar
ranging matters. They endeavored to
persuade Harris to place the three finish
ers on piece-work, so they could bu
equally paid, but Harris said he was un
able to do so until business was better.
Tho committee left with th) prospects ol
ending the strike lu tho near future.
Two hundred and fifty men are out.
San FaAXciscn, Cai.., June SC. Charles
Crocker, President of the Southern Pacific
Railroad Company, says the stitcment at
tributed to him In au Interview as tele
graphed, that he could not borrow
twenty-live cents on Southern Pacillc
bonds, is absolutely false. He neve!
said anything of tho kind. Continuing
he said: "1 am loaning money now on
Southern Pacillc as collateral at ninity
cents. They have never been refused in
this market at that rate. Had I made
any such statement as that it would have
becu suicidal, which is at once proof of
tho falsehood. The Central Pacific Is not
embarrassed, and will probably pay its
employes this mouth as usual.
Hurt by a Horse.
Maiisiiai.i., Mo., June 24. R. K.
iiolmes, living about four mlls south
of this city, met with a painful aud
probably serluus accident. While lean
ing ou his horse the animal seemed in
clined to wallow, but instead of lying
dow n dashed past Mr. Holmes, knocking
him down and pawing him so as to in
lllct ugly wounds ou both sides of his
head aud boely, rendering hint Insensi
ble. Too Much Accommodation.
Si'UiNGi iKM), Mass., Juno 27. Hamil
ton F. Downing has filed a petition in in
solvency. He is carried down by com
plications growing out of association
with the Wing Milling Company for ac
commodation for which ho had extensive
ly loaned his Individual credit. He will
lose everything, two obligations probab
ly footing up 8200,000. Downing'. niis
lortune in no way affects tho linn of
Downing, Sturtevaut & Co., w ho have no
Gould's Special Ctipital.
N'kw YoitK, June 27. A report was In
circulation to-day that Jay Gould had
withdrawn his special capital from tho
linn of M. K. Conner & Co. Mr. Conner
said to a United Press reporter that there
was no truth in tho report; that Gould
had not withdrawn his special capital. It
was a tune partnership, and did not ex
pire until January 1st, l.s3.
Suit has been begun In the Supremo
Court against James H. Keene for $20,",.
000 on some of his privileges held by W.
F. . Sco v 1 1 .
Struck by Lihtninff.
Lit. iiiti!i.i, 0., Jnno 27. Mrs. A.
Frit, a prominent and wealthy lady ol
this place, was last evening walking
iilong tho street during a heavy storm,
when lightning struck her in tho face,
fu lowed tho watch chain from the neck
to the waist, where tho current divided
rind followed each lower limb, tearing
V e shoes from her feet. ' Her watch and
chain wvie melted, and the body black
ened aud burned almost to a crisp, yet
tlu may recover.
Shipping- Bill Burned Court of Inquiry
Washington, D. C, Juno 37. Tho
President has signed tho shipping bill.
The court of Inquiry convened to inventl-
trat tha Navy lieparnront nn nnjonrnn
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
tumbaao, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
More TliroHt. Nttplllng;. Mprnln. Hrulacs,
Itiirim. S-ulil. t rot Itllv.
ittn all oi am iuiuilt parts u n ut.
Sjll t Li4.i.'.. ti.a l. lrf vrTt.LTe. Kilty Ctulll boltla.
InrH tii.ti. Id l LiutuM..
rilKl II Mil r , A, VtH.rT.r tt f O.
fciKMU.it u A V .m-Lit 1 a; j Uillimitr., MJ., C,B. 4.
-sbrwH w m m t4
u 9 CO AS OTKHflS
Are your Kidneys disordered?
' Kldm y W, rt hiuiinl.t mo from ni icraTe, aa it
w.T... nit. r I lind I m irlrn up t.jr n Uoiturn in
iMrutt," Jt. W. DcTiram. iWhaiuc. louia. Midi.
Are your nerves weak?
'M-ln.'V w,,it cirpd im from ni-rr..u wraknem
i,att r I was n .t .-ii. ...I t, Ik-.. m. II. It
.j.judwm, Ed. Uirutiuii M mitur, Ck-Tlawl, O.
Have you Lright'a Disease?
"Ki t'icT w.iit i-.irv.l m h.-a my wutt-r w&ajiut
unv hUltli. UU ,UCII ILV ItlOIMI.
i mule vviiaon, FcaboUy, How.
Suf ferine: from Diabetes?
"Kiiln.'V-Wi.rl i, Oie m.ist Micco.ful miiw.lv I hT
lover uned. eilito ul:.in-e limncillHtn r.ll.-f.'
L'r. ruai!. C. iiaUuu, Muokwo, Tl
Have you ' Liver Complaint?
"rU.htfVAVnrt fiin-.t te t,t rhrrtiiin I iv.-r lit...!!
aucr i i inyt'ti to inc. ' -
nenry ard. late CuL 3th Nat, Guard. N. Y.
Is your Back lam and aching?
"lvlfn,'V.VV.rr il lii.tll.il mciil ..... w),..i I h.m
Mlauiu X W tu luU out of l.c.t."
C. ii. Talkuufo, Milwaukee, Wla
I Havo you ' Kidney Disease?
ivi-iiai-M n inane nil - pi Mill' t IU II r tUtlt allUlXr
rutvr yt'iini nf uiLti.m'rwful iln.'turhitf. It worth
$Ul a Ij.ii. '-Sam . Uvtlnri'S WUUumslow n, Weal Va.
Aro you Constipated?
'TvMru y-Wort ranwg t asy cvacuationi) ami cured
mo ttfur lti ycuxa of mW m--".!.-!!.
' Uou ruu-ch.Ui, bi. A.Una, Yt
Flavo you Malaria?
''KlinMr-Wt.rt hn.i (Inn In-tter ti.nn any othof
reiutOy I have owr us. - in mv irarf i'."
Vi H. K. LlAjk.avutiiHorOjVl;
Aro you Bilious?
HVI U' ... .. , .1 -s. I al
Irvimiv "WUIUl.t U"II" IlltJ U gVMJU VUCatA HUJ
other n-mcdy 1 ).-w ever takt-n."
n... t i' ... ii ...... rii. T-i . s
nuini i. uuuunu; , cut. t UAt, vrvfuu.
Are you tormented 'with Piles?
tvliliit-y tt.irt lifniMiii'illy iMirv.l tiiw ur lilui-atug
plk-tf. Iir. W. e, Kl.nt rt..-..iiiiieiiil.-d it to mi'."
en j. u. iiurst, caniii. r il. uum, nyurnluwa, 1'a.
Are vou Rheumatism racked?
i'-iviun. y Nv.in cur.-.t in..', aii.-r I wh ivi-n up lo
dlo I J' thyawian" and 1 luxd n.itt.-r. d thirty yiri."
uuiugu ii ucouu, w vat Uiuii, lliuno.
Ladies, aro you suf ferine?
fc idlU-. .Wiii L ,.,,1.1 ii. u L.f .......It... .1
SnveTid ytuia wiiindiiu'. Many friend!" uo and r-rai.-m
it." iir U. Lamort'ftui, I.luLa llutto, Vt.
If you would Banish Disease
i ana pam liealtri, Taice
The blood Cleanser
Fortify llie System.
All vvlui have experienced unit witnea-ed tho
e'lloet nt JJniMulte-r s Stoimie-li liiUeTS upon the
weak, hroki'ii ilown, (Ii'fpmnliiigviciliuaof (lype)
tln, liver rxpip'aiut, le've-r ami iikuo, rheuraatlBm,
nervonx dediillty, or periniituro decay, know that
In thin miiirerau tonic and ulterative there txlots s
fpei-lllo. principle wl.lch icaclies tho very lourceof
Hie trouble, and edlVcts an absolute aud purraauent
For fale by all dtu..i!:st and dealers i;euerally.
2 li r matlani, .Ni-uralinia, Setatlen,
at n sk 1'leuriiy Tami, Stiti-h tn tha
O A I BJ -5 U'l"vlio. Swollen Joints
I-IJW H,rt lUavam, 8nre Muacltw,
Tain In tho Chost, and all iwim and ai-hea either local or
dtivn-mith-d aro m-naiitly n-Ucvwl and speedily curtnl by
tho well-known .; iV.M.T. C'onipounded, a.iitla,ot
tho m.di. inal virtue of freh Hopn, Ounu, Dalntuus ami
Kxtraets, it in indeed tht tnnl !in killlnif, ttimulatlnir,
s.iotliiiirfandstrenpthinipir JVirous Pluster ever nukdo,
H"P 7.ifran8.il.l hyaUdrutk'l'lanndoonntryatorvil.
L'.- eontii orliri' lor . aa fptk
Mailed on reeeipt of 11 "
I'ropi-loloisi and Maim
fiu tun'rs, Botni,Ma..s.
lire'uated tonifiie, rind l.ruuh, mmr stomoeh and liver
wsasssssa KaasaEasm bbsbm
pWr, preuiutura demy
and fniluro to perform lll'e'a
llilllea properly aroeiiuwd .y
OAi-mteic errors of ymiili, te.,
ill tinif a perfeet and InatniK
reHtoraiion to rohu.t heullh
and lartisnii4 nitinliotxl in
THE MAF9TON --"
X..iili,.p ai. ...... -li Arnuu mu nor
Inst nunrnta. 1 h i t n.final of
i.k.. !.... I'fitviMUNifnrroty-
vieccwful boenuTO h-ed on rteea diainjnii,
urw mill Jlrr l methoda and ab-olnte thor.
unaliur. l-'ull inloriimtion and lrvalia (red,
Addnwa l'onnl'.n Chyaivian uf
MAflSTON REMEDY CO., 46 W.t4thSL, New York.
v l ii iiemH Claak ar.. cmcMa iwP
t.tllnh.4 lU, I..OII IrMlIll all Prf
VAM, Himu, OliroKla ouil aycUl di.
.AAuJixrvAinrkn, lanwouy ImiuI
ln.-.rr lt?l, rlll iUwmt, .lo. Co.
inii.iiiia pwAoaalir, t br l.itr n-
llr. K.ab U Iha onir paniruu n
ii a nk.
A. II. UANSU, uen. l ift A gt.