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CAIlto, JJ.L, 'IUKSDAY MOJtXIMi. JULY I, VMM,
contains tunny fi-ivli1..
HII MOncH Of IIHJhlUJ'o-
mzing huiicriiu,'. bui
IiOIIiIiil' clllici ln it,,, c
or plcturo, can bo more Ulstr. ssful Hum tv
sharp, beverc, Hliootlthr pains dully and c iurli t ;
endured by those who an; martyrs to Hi.it iikc
terrlitlo torment, Neuralgia. Toif.iri'lof ihi-i
uurt j r uoin la the lami business of all wbo uuffcr.
ATliLoriiOROs regenerates painful nervcS,
and drives out the horrors of. .Ncurulcrl.t.
ATitT.fipiiORos gives liealtli to Klicuni.,ti.'
KutK rcrs whom tlio most Kl.UUul pliyaJd.M
liuvo not been able to heal.
ATiuornnnos operates on the hlotsl, mus
cles, and JolntH; and dissolving I tin acids ih.-t
cause Itueuiuatlain, removes ttieiu from me
ATHLornonofl is pronounced ly all vl-...
Lave tried it an Infallible Hpecllic for U
Obstinate atld pulidul diseases.
Read the testimony of one of tho
sufferers. David Little, Sum
ner, Benner Co., Iowa, writes:
" I am past T, jrrs of wo, hive bad the P.licnij.a:.:i
threo years and eif-ut mouths; lost nrio-Ui.M f n.y
weight; could not walk, but shullle.1 al'.i, i n
crutches; could not akep; nerves auatUrVl. l
strenirth in iny hands, wnt-ts, knees or fet. I;.t
thanks LietoGnd fur your ifrcat dicovery! 'i he i..- 4.
lcliio arrived Batunlay nitfht. I took doe S at. i-.y
liioniinicf. lt It all over Ilc, and ke t on v:'!i it.
Monday mnminir I trut tip and dnw.1 n.yfc. :f, uii 1
walked out into the kitchen without tho a:. 1 of ..Tut. h
or cane, and wished tin in all a happy New Year. Irct
well niirbto, am mituiut in nrn..tli, ami mite tsmt
frhjnyhfe. Wish I could put A Timor norms m C.c
hands of every sullen r from tain Urn b! d:rsa.-e."
If yon cannot iret ATmornonOHnf j-oiirdnwi-t,
we will send it HpnuH paid, on rcri'.pt of r.vuir
price ono dollar pr l.ttlf. Wo prt f. r that you luy
It from ynurdrutivM. but if he hasn't it. d . i:'t l-o
ts-rsuaded to try WHul'UuiiK tlK, but udvr at oi
from tu an d.rc.'U.L
HTHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW HCRK.
liintiimtumiiiH R iiHilf.in.i.i
AV. '.:(. t. for tb 2i j.Mniimi' iisrofnt
in,; i;i,.'.uut, ol!fri-l t y Ilih. kh v',. ' ltur-
hum To a''. i'o., niu-t olivrv 1 1 j - f.:..wit:i
Ci.:.d;ti. .3 oti whi(h tht; prtlul'.lii.s nr..' to Id
tnrd. d A1' lcs m';?t Uar o'ir .rit:iiiiil
H'lil rim:, lab. 1. I.'. S. P.'.'v. n:i.- .-uinp, und
Ca.i'.;. 11 Notice. The bu tni.ft 1- done up
.n iri .! h pj'kui.'u with nan.c iind ad !r:
of ct: !. r .i?id tiumU'rof ht r .nuiucd pi.iin
ly u..irii-l ! tbv out-ide. liariris niu-t ho
pri'pHid ' ''!' HeluHf S'fvihT 'th. A!!pa'k
tgv, b..u:.l 1 f..rardvd l ii.U r ' and
mu-t t' ncii :i at ItiirtiHin tiu.' .';'t t.Vi'i wm
brr I !h N . nuitt. r whore y..t r- r:d
jroiirp.i. k ..-. H.vi.- tihytnti;l:!.;il y ,u bv
dot.c , and -t(lt 11. c Pi. :.'.' r i f t..u' id.
Nn.'..' of fnl conti with i.ii!iit-r
of .. r. t'irit.'.'..Mill U-p'lblishcl. Jht. .'.'.in
h.:i ll-'-!'t: Stw V.rk. lkr.U: I'hd'id. l
his. 7' P'irlirn, N. ''! lUnl;
' (nl. un- T.tri-lcmvri ; ' in. i: ti.iU, ti
qmrrr i ),., iu-.i Ihiily !-ut; ia:i lru.'i'.isco,
ln.Ai KwtLi ' limnAM Tobacco Co.,
lll RHAM, S. C.
Kv?ry genuine paokat'O bs pb'iurc of liull.
- our next anuounccu.cnt.'w
ST. MARY'S PARK,
I in o-lni: Mirailt' ?tio. t of I' r.1 i'nm' r.'iir? and
oi her So ift'tfc, and bcautiiul K.o-t top
rcfcirmi; tup nu-r cl.p' of the city.
Jlorff, niulf. bb-vclf i'ior rtcon. nlo a
rictv ofothcr uicurM of amuciiu-:.t. hp h i:
(Jreasod Pole, Etc.,
J Grand Display of Fireworks !
Duiiciiiir fit Ni"lit !
All riillroadn avd Uamb..a;f will .ulv.' groat
ly reduced rate?.
For parlicnlars a? t premium", etc, ad tvft
either of the lollowlng coiiim ucc :
JUK ST!-: AC I. .
N. I! Till -I I.KWOiiI),
l Eir'AS MKYrTf.
Patrick T. 3IcAlpme.
IMrulo to Ordor.
8th St., hot. Ohio Levee tt Conimeuial Ave.
Ropalriug" neatly done at short notice.
sEV YORK aSTOUIi,
WnOLKSALB AND KE'J'AlL
The Largest Vr.viet.y Stn:!
IN THM (MT V.
NEW YOKK STORE CO,
Oor.Mnetnthtret) f'iiil'A III
THE NEED OF REFORM,
Af) EvcmploiioJ in t'n Conduct
r.ji.1 1.1 ii .oi P - t fii' Our
A'.iar.i if 3 ink Dir-xLos Uaprocednt
cJ iu tin liii'.-iy of the Couutry
or of iho World.
What Shou'.J a.U Wliat Shju'.J Not be
That Depositors Might R-xeive
Nrw Voi:K,.I;:ii(.' The Sun in H.sarli
tl'ioii Wallstroi t this riP.ruinusays: "Tlio
t. rriblo liiiiiilatiwii aiol sliriukn'O i
htu':k cch:tiijf; va'.ip s during tliu last
throo years oul.t to havi; done a L'r .-at
ileal of fiood to pcOjilii of this country.
True, tho lo.s-cs wcr lsnnionso, but tiioy
carrio'i salutary losswiis. Tin; oyes of tho
nation havo boeu ojionod to the pr.ictices
of bankiiii; In.-titutions us well as of jint
stock corporations. If tin; law stivers of
tho country do not tike any stops to
remedy th; existing statu of affairs
it will be tin; fault of public opinion and
tl;i; press, l aoti are t.i.scloseil every 'lay
which -Iphv t :i:it tho su'ijoct can no
lui.. r b; halidled Willi k'.d is'oves. Til'!
ni st sean hinu' ini -ti' iiion ouiit to On
o.'lered into the coirbiioii of a. I institu
tions which bold savings of the people,
for however hih-hauded the proi-ecdiii
in.iy seem, tiubody can objn;l 'o it is
"utituecedeiiled." I)i.ect.rs Jpive been
actii, for years In a lu-innr-r "uu'
pr i.'edi u lv 1 l.ot only in th';
hist .ry "f this country but
of tie worn, and i;:ust be paid in the
i iiiir coin. T'l-re was nevera time when
n i r ii like Hewitt or Rand. ill had a better
( li iie'e to secure f"T theinel es the
brhtcst pa'' In the hi tory of Aiiicrl-an
It isla'Jon. There never was a time.
wh. u a m"iti like Ib n IJutlcr could do
n, ore fur the fpread of his Iiorso-sensn
jxipularity with working people. Th'us!i
the saving massfts are as a rule Iuvwd
and intelligent, tlp.ir shrewdness
th'es n t extend beyimd th. ir partirni ir
brunch of activity. They are helpless
lu ll it conies tu the que-: ion 01 the
j"i .lie hive-urn nt of their savings and
S"ine!:o !y inu-t t ike rare of theiii. This
t- in only be don.; by the I.ci-lature, to
v. hi-h ample proof is now u.veti tliat a
ra K.al chaime must be load.e if the credit
ui t ho country is tj Ijo maintained
a: road and roniideiice is to lie ri -tored
at hon.e. T:ie re!a;io:i in this
co intrv between
hotwe.-M 1.. ttoil.. .1. lors 'itol
stoi kholdt rs is unparalleled in any
nti.or. The practice t bnildins
rai roads with bonds is the cause of most
I the existir.u' swindles. The roads
;;ht to be built exclusively by and for
tie; stockholders. If in the course of
ei'titn;i:tion, or on completion, the pro
I rii tors wi.-h to make improvements, and
o:i..o.e tn inoHiMKc their property iu-tea i
id paii.L' au assesstiivnt, they nnt.-t be at
ii i. r:y to do so, but bonds .-hould
ii' v r be other than income bonds,
with an amply proided f'r
i:.ki.i2 fund. The very word divi
dend Means divi-oiH of net proceeds,
w:i! di is quiie a different thiuu' from iu
tei'i st. U ut a niujitri:y of people do md
si i :n to uml'Ts-t iud this difference.
M'ictly speaking, no dividend sliould
ver be raid to stockholders as Ions as
th. le is a debt Ufx'tl the pr-'p rty. No
i t merchant or manufacturer wi.l
r think of dividins ary profits wit:i
partners when the concern is in
t. lint nt course, as bonds have
be issued for a certain
;tii of time, and the debt cannot be
! at will of the debtor, there may be
c i ii u. stands under w ineii a part ten. any
pru.-p. reus coni-t rn would be euibar-
r i si d by t::e surplus (if accumu.ations In
its trea-ury. Hut that could easily be
averted by the sytein of Isstiins bonds
sirdect to calls siini.ar to that in force
w ith the (in ernnieiit. As it stands now,
lond-ho'.ders have all the power and
stock-holders none. Any man who coe
into Wall -treet pays ju-t us ninl money
wh'ther he buys steick or bonds, yet the
buyer of bonds can any day make a
bcL''ar of the buver of stock bv adroitly
woi'tiius the tlirectors a:id foreelosins the
mortsase. As everybody know-, there
has been a frroat ileal of fnreclosins of
late. The condition of the treet, as it
appears from day to day, (lees ni-t call for
co.i.ment. lhe market is a professional
one, worked by sheer manipulation, and
the best thins for intcliisent nieu is to
leave it alone.
Another bis squeeze of the imprudent
bears took place Friday and Saturday,
but that can not interest anybody except
those who sot squeezed. The squeezers
themselves could not have made a cent.
They are simply tryins to work off the
contents of the bis l';l?s t'uey hold. The
latest story Is that Vanderbiit aud tdouid
bad an interview with Woerishoffer on
Thursday and save him at a low price all
the stocks he was short of, au 1 thus se
cured his support for a bull campaisn.
If this be true, Mr. Cammack and
a number of bis Philadelphia bears
must have turned too, and in such case
there would be nothing surprises in a
temporary advance of prices. Hut the
ultimate result will be the same fur
ther liquidation. The reputation of the
Stock Kxchanse for uncommonly fair
dealins seems to be "petering out." Dur
Ins the week two cases occurred which
look like sharp practice. Kuhn, Loeb &
Co. sold out collateral which they had
received for i loan, though the persons
obtainlns the loau uoiiii d the llrm that
thev would put up more marsin, and
w. re, in fact, on their way with
the money when the s. le was ma le.
The question will be tested in court, but
the case is worthy of attention as show-
ins the want of conlldence which exists
in Wall street. The other ca.se, the sale
"under the rule" of stock, which Mr.
Hudson had been instructed to sell
"quietly," is somewhat different,
though some people go so far as
to say that a speculative member ol
Mr. Hudson's llrm used the order to
sell the market ou.
A M AMI tilt IT.OM MASIIKKsllUKf ;.
Tuo Tenth Wifo of r "Quack" Has HirB
Arrested For Bigamy.
I.oi isvtt.i.F., Ky., June SO. "Doctor"
Ilirsdiberg, the traveling conundrum
who was cribbed by the police last even
ing Immediately niter his release from
the work-hon.se, proves, according to re
ports, to be the most extensively mar
ried man that has struck Kentucky for
many days. Tins wandering "cure-all"
Vtaa presented to theMty Court some six
weeks ago on ft tharjrc of b'gtimy, anJ
Judge Thompson sent him to tho
work bouse for a year. Saturday he
was released, but the doctor had
banlly replaced his foot In the
central pan of the city before
he was arrested on a warrant sworn to
by a lady from Chicago, charging him
with bigamy, and a tho reult the doctor
Is sweating In Castle liubel Sodar. Tho
Chicago la ly says she has information
si).' is Hlr-chberg's tenth wife; that tho
first woman she knew of him marrying
was a nurse id a Cincinnati hospital.
This wife was a (iennan. Afterward, at
Huff.iio, he married an Irish
girl. His next victim was at Cleveland,
where he nuirie I a Jewess. Still later,
ut Montreal, he married a French girl.
At New Orleans a mulatto, aud since then
he has married six women of American
extraction. In fact, she says the Doctor
Is a ''masher from Mushersburg," mid
that she Is well sitistlcd that she is his
h.w: ham., i:i:fcvmi:s.
S:cia of Gam -a IM-iye I Saturday,
St. Louis, Mo.-lircwuv 12; Ath
Cincinnati, O. Cincinnati, 8, Met
Chicago, II!. Providence, 13; Chica
Washingtou, h. C Nationals, U;
Kaunas City, 1.
Philadelphia, Pa. St. Louis Unions
12 ; Key-tones, lo.
Hostoii, Mass. Cincinnati Unions, 4;
Haitimorc, Md. Baltimore Unions, ?;
iuincy, I I. ti'iincys, 11; Pecriat, 5.
Clcvelind, U New Vorks, 10; Cleve
Louisville, Ky. Washington, 7;
Columbus, O. Columbus. 4; Allegheny-,
Indianapolis, Iud. Ilaltimores, 3; In
F.vaust Hie, Iud. Chica go Jiescrvcs, ;
D truit, Mich. Bostons, 0; De
Toledo, (.-Brooklyn, 5; Toledos,
Buffalo, N. V.-Huffalos, 1:; Philadcl
Minn.a1;olis, Minn. Minneapolis, b;
St. PaUlS, i.
MS KltliAV's r, VMLS.
st. Louis, Mo. Si. Louis, 8; Haiti
mores, Columbus, (lb Metropolitans, 4; Co
Indianapolis, Ind. lirooklyns, :'; Iu
Louisville, Ky. Loui-vllles, Cj Ath
Cincinnati, 0. Ciucinnatis, 10; Wash
Memphis, Teuu. Little Hocks, 11:
Memphis Hods, t.
How They Stand.
The following tables show the standing
of the various Association and League.
Clubs up to and including June
A MK HI CAN' ASSOCIATION-.
I.OOViill-S gli II
M. bonis . . g; j
.Me:io..!itaiii -7 II
lia.tiie. r s g-, 11
I oiiiini.iis '-'7 ii
(. iiieimiatis g." H
Iln.nk'viis 1', g.i
Pitu-I'iiru'iis 11 :i
Itniiiiiiapolis it .in
Wa-hiiil(.ns 'J 3.1
N AT ION AI. t.KAOCE.
H.ttsifin ni 1J
l' o l.lt llee Ill ' 11
New Vork g- l:
Hntlao g; -.'I
riiieie-oi 1 1 -'
!ee.iiud I1' g"
1'hila.Ieipliia 15 -11
Let i oil M i
?t. Louis. 1
llaltimore go H
iuemnati go 15
II. Sloll gl) Pi
I bieavo gl gl
Kansas I it v :!
l'lii.ade.phia 7 1
Bound to be Ready.
Clin ago, Iix., Juno 30. Iu conse
quence of the outbreak of cholera iu
France and a a precautionary measure tho
Health Department this meaning com
menced a systematic sanitary inspection
of the city. Special 'attention will bo
given to settlements on outskirts oJ
town populated by foreigners, many of
which are iu a disgraceful condition, and
no money or labor will be spared to make
them plague proof.
Killed While Coupling Care.
Nashville, Tk.vx., June 30. James;
Drumright, a brakeman on the Nashville
& Decatur Railroad, was killed this morn
ing at Thompson Station, while coupling
Thrown from a Buggy and Killed.
I5kli.lkont.uxk, 0., June 30. At
Iluutsvillc, Louis Murphy, Marshal of tho
town, and his wife were out riding in u
buggy behind a vicious Texan pouyj
The horse became unmanageable, throw
ing out Mr. Murphy, who Is a cripple
wearing a cork leg, breaking bis back!
and terribly injuring his head.'
Mrs. Murphy was thrown oi
her head and instantly killed,
her neck being broken. She and her hus
band were laid side by side in the yard,
and his screams as he implored his neigh
bors to kill him were heartrending, lie
said he had dreamed tho night before
that lie was thrown from his bugsy and
his eyes gauged out, and that he was ac
countable for his wife's death, as he had
coaxed ner to ride with him. He wilt
die. Mrs. Murphy was thirty years old,
aud leaves three children.
"Show Your Ticket!"
Austin, Tkx., June 30. The Court ol
Appeals for Texas Saturday handed down
a decision of importance to railroads. It
was held that the rule established by tho
railroads requiring passengers to show
their tickets before catering a car was a
reasonable rule, within the meaning of
the law giving them the right to make
rules and regulations for their own gov.
ernmeut. The case was one where a
railroad was sued for putting a passen
ger off a train for not showing his ticket,
although ho had a ticket, and judgment
had been recovered In a lower Court by
the passenger. Tho Conrt of Appeals
referees the judgment and relcanQs tba
A HAPPY FAMILY.
Tho Wal Brotherhood Which tin
Star-r.onto Trials Brought
"Set a Thief to Catch a Thief" the Priii
ciple Upon Which the Uouusel
Least, Such is a Fair Inference I'ron
Their Mutuul Opinions of Each
Washington, D. C Juno 30. Th
Springer committee to-day decided nott:
admit further testimony by Cook relativ
to charges contained in the statement
made ou Suturday by Geiitrals Swalii
and Hoynton regarding his conneotioi
with the Star-route cases. When this an
nouiiceineut was made by Mr. Springer
Cook arose .and in a pa-sion said tlri
the .stat -Dents made by Swaim & Hoyn
ton were uuqualillcdly lalse and un
founded in fact. Objection being lnaih
to Conk's proceeding, ho closed by inl
timaUng that lie would seek justice lj
Cook's law partner, Cole, took thi
siand and denied the statements madl
by the previous w itnesses as reflecting
upon bin i.
W, 1!. Wood, a detective, was then
called. lie explained his connection will;
the Star-route cases, ami during tie.'
course of his testimony ho said tha'
Woodward, in Ids opinion, wns acting
the part of a scoundrel during hUconnec
tiou with the ca-es; that be aided in pub
t.ng through fraudulent claims, etc. Wit
ness read lrom a letter which he had
written to Postin aster-General Howe,
charging that Walsh, Gibson and Wood
ward had entered into a conspiracy to
make remittance or allowance to Walsh
on a certain route, the contract for which
was held by the latter. At this point
Woodward entered tie; room. Wood pro
ceeded to denounce him as a scoundrel,
etc., reading lrom letters which he had
written on the Star-route matters from
time to time. At the conclusion of one
ol these Woodward desired to put a ques
tion to the witness, and made application
to the chairman, whereupon Wood re
marked: "Oh, Mr. Chairman, let Woodward put
his own questions."
Woodward then asked vvituts s, in a
heated manner, if he meant to say that
he (Woodward) indorsed a certain claim.
Mr. Wood Excitedly "Dou't bark iu
iny lace, or I'll stand you on your head,
you little fi.ste."
Tho Chairman called the witness
to ord.'as. UTeupon be begged pardou of
the coi,...-ne for allowing his excite
mi nt to get the better of him "Hut,"
said he "sit that rooster over here if he
is going to put questions."
Mr. Springer informed the witness that
such language would not be tolerated,
aud a scene which promised to be highly
sensational was thus brought to an abrupt
The witness then proceeded, but a few
moments later was interrupted by Wood
ward, whereupon Cook, who was still
p.-esent, again arose iu au excited way,
referring to Woodward's remark, said:
'Now, Mr. Chairman, that is a deliber
ate and studied lie."
Order was then again called and Cook
then informed Woodward that he would
prove lis character before another tribu
nal in due time.
Alter further testimony of no public In
terest the committee adjourned until to
morrow, when Congressman Kellogg will
be permitted to make a statement.
The Democracy Wins.
Washington, I). C, June 30. The
House Committee ou Elections to-day de
cided by a vote of six against the to re
port in favor of seatins Frederick (Dem
ocrat), contestant In the Ioiva case of
Frederick vs. Wilson.
Yellow Fever at Havana.
Washing icv, D. C, June 30 There
were twenty denths from yellow fever at
Havana last week.
Battle With. Moonshiners in Arkansas.
Lit i lk Ruck, Auk., Juno 30. Par
ticulars of a battle with moonshiners ou
Huston Mountain were ieeeie l yester
day. Deputy Collector J. N. Hamilton
and Deputy .Sheriffs lleiisley and Harvey'
of Searcy County made a raid on an
illicit (iistilley about two miles southwest
of Witt Springs at an early hour Wednes
day morning." At the time of their ar
rival they found the place deserted. They
hid in the surrounding brush and waited
for a short time, when three men ap
peared. Hamilton rushed in on them,
but met with a warm reception. ( ne of
the men tired at liiui with a revolver.
The man was iu turn shot at by
the oilicers. The moonshiners then
broke for tho woods with tha oilicers
in close pursuit. A running light ensued,
in which a doen shots were exchanged
without fatal effect. Two of tne fugitives
escaped. The prisoner proved to be J.
J. Seaton. He says his companions were
N. F. Downey aud James Scott, proprie
tor of the still. Downey and Scott had
recently cowo to the State from Missouri.
A quantity of liquor was found, and the
building and the conteuts destroyed.
Seaton has been brought hero and is now
in jail awaiting trial.
C l ltl.U 11V 1AITU.
Ohio Lady Walks for tho First
Time in Twenty-Kixht Years.
Ci.lvi:i.m, O., June 30. Miss Re
becca Kerby, an iuvalld, who for over
forty years has been In bed, near Char
don, Geauga County, ou Monday last
arose and walked across ber room. Fer
twenty-eight years she had not sat up.
She says that on Monday, after prayer
and an exercise of faith, she arose from
her bed and sat in a chair for
an hour and was able to walk once
across tho room. "In all ray sickness, "
she aid, "I have not once complained. I
believed that the dear Lord hart a nse for
me In this world In this way, ud that as
long as he thought It best 1 should he ou
a bed of pain, I ought to lie there w ita
out murmnrinff. Hut of late the
matter has come to tu In a new
light. Dr. Hickman his ofUn rat
by me and talked wKh km. Ho
read to md Dromist s ind led mt ftrsdiuUlv
to see that I had a txU to as ttw Vrd
tt mj ' fittl or fttilfcrthg wt4 hA ton
ray tJ iaun ww rostra
So I prayed ami the others prayed with
me, and for me. It was only on' Monday
last that as I lay here praying there came
into my soipl the feeling that now was
t.ie chosen time. I turned over in bed
without pain, aud I sat up. I lifted my
feet and placed them on the lloor. I
moved Into my chair by tho bedside, and
there I sat for tho llrsl time In twenty
eight or twenty-nine years. I felt but
liith; pain and sat there for an hour.
Later, by the help of my nurse, I stood
on my feet and moved a half dozen steps
to the tloor and then came back. Spinal
trouble with complications of another
character Is what has alllicted me. I
have since sat up each day and been
wheeled about in that invalid's chair iu
the next room."
She was stricken down at the age of
seveuteen, and she could not believe he(
physician when they told her that shn
would never walk again, but as yearaftef
year went by she still lay a helpless in.
vai Id, with no signs of growing better.
She has been an extreme sufferer, es.
pecially during the paat fifteen years,
when she has beeu alllicted with pains in
the eye aud head. At one time for seveil
Years she lost all use of her voice.
(ONsl Mlll) JJV MOSIJL III)-.
Terrible Fate of a Funritivo From J ustice.
Siikkma.v, Tkx., June 30. The Deputy
Sheriff from Fort Wortharrived here yes
terday bringing ('has. Herrin, the mur
derer of Dr. C. W. Barradel, who wa.l
captured near that place. Herrin wa.l
brought here for safe keeping, as it was
almost certain he would be lynched If
kept in F'oit Worth over Sunday. Al
though Herrin w as at large nearly a week,
ho necr got over live miles from
the scene of the murder, lie savs
was hunted at all hours oi
night; he could see men ou horseback aud
on foot searching for him lie asserts
that he has not slept for seven days. His
clothes are torn into shr ;ds bv briers.
lie was covered with mud lrom head tu
foot when captured, lie says ho lay for
days in pools of muddy water to keep the
mosquitoes from consuming him, yet
notwithstanding the coat of mud, the in
sects were slowly devouring him. He is
horribly bitten and inflamed. The oilicers
sav that Uawadel was his third victim,
he having killed his brother-in-law In
Kentucky and another man in California.
Tho Floater at Kiioiuswlck.
KiMMswn K, Mo., June 30. An In
quest lias been held on the lloater taken
from the Mississippi River yesterday near
the mouth of the Meramec. It is the
body of a man about forty-live or llfty
years of age, with dark complexion ami
hair. It Is dressed in a black alpacacoat
with white handkerchief iu one pocket,
black striped undershirt, white over
shirt, white domestic drawers, black
striped woolens pantaloons, white cotton
socks, gaiter (hue shoes) laced up iu
front, the heels having been raised with
a small piece of Lather on each shoe.
Tho only things found on him were a
pocket comb and a two-bladed black
handled knife. Ue ha 1 not been identi
fied up to noon.
Looks Like Murder.
Hi.oci.MrNc-.rov, Iu.., June 30. Georg'i
P. Hiushaw was stabbed yesterday after
noon by Charlie Flnsmlnger during a
wrestling match. They had their knives
out and open when they got into what
was supposed to be a friendly tussle,
llinshaw fell to the ground, and in the
fall was stabbed in the side by Ens
hunger's knife. At llrst it was regarded
as an accident, but it is now thought
that Ensminger Intended to do bodily
harm to llinshaw, who will die.
A Wi e-Beater Mortally Wounds a
Tiikmox, N. J., June 30. Richard
Coleman, twenty years old, was walkini
past the brick-yards In the upper section
of the city this afternoon whoti he heard
cries of "Murder! Murder.' Save me?"
They came from the premises of Geo. Greg
ory close by. Coleman ran Into the yard
and fouud Greg. try savagely beating his
wife and children. He remonstrated with
Gregory and a quarrel ensued. Gregory
got a two-barreled gun aud buried a load
of shot in Coleman's left breast and then
tied. It is thought that Coleman will die.
Gregory Is still at large, but the oilicers
are iu pursuit of him. Tho victim bears
an excellent reputation as a peaceable
citizen, while his as
quite the opposite.
lailaut's character Is
Fool Sellers in Limbo.
HnooKi vx, N. V., June 30. It was the
Impression of many persons that if the
pool sellers at Coney Islaud were in
dicted by the Grand Jury It would put an
end to the races, as the race tracks there)
would be deserted. The sellers harf
timely warning, ami were not at all fright-,
eued. The Grand Jury brought in about'
twenty Indictments this morning and
within an hour after eleven were at the
court with bondsmen ready to furnish
bail for any amount. The court, with
the consent of tho District Attorney, fixed
the bail In each case at 31,000. The names
of the alleged sellers were Michael Mur
ray, Dougal McDougal, James Kelly, John
Kelly, Thos. Murray, John 8. Stow, Frank
Snvder. Mark Jourdan, David Johnson,
Albert Cridge, ami James Dunn. Thd
rest of the Indicted parties will probably!
furnish ball for their appearance
Further Particulars From the Storm in
B.vltimokk, Mi'., June 30. Particulars
from Rowlaudsville, Cecil Couuty, from
which communications were cut off by
the stortn last week, show that the littla
town was nearly sept away by tho rls
ing of P.asin Run and Octorara Creek.
The heaviest damage was to the workd
of the MeCulloush Iron Company, situ
ated at the juuction of tho two streams.
Tho buildings were destroyed and thd
loss w-lll be 8100,000. The yatfr rose to
the height of twruty-foar fecf. There'
was not a bridge left standing. In thai
country round about mosl of the house
were washed away. All that wore loftj
stawHng are nnsafo, and will havo to bd
Tho Bruiser Arrives.
Ntcw Yokk, Juuo 80. A train with taq
champion pugilist John I,. Sullivan aud
about ono thousand porting man from
liostou arrived at the Grand Centralj
Hotel at TiaQ a. tit. to-day. A large
crowd of spnrta met tttm. Trie abitarfcdou
as citfan-idtftvcn and dcapHo fpia 61
his bothft out ol tttm bec t ot Vita
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