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CAIRO, III;., U'KDNRSIUV JlOItXIXCi, JULY 2,
contain ninny frUilit-
iiii shuh-hoi most iil-ii-
lilzlnt; hiiuVrlntf. lni
lint IiIiil' fir lir In Ntnr
or picture, can be more distressful Hum Hi
sharp, Ht-verc, Bhootln pulus dally ami Wiflit h
endured by thij who ur martyrs to thai nn -.t
terrible torment, Neurulrl;i. To get rid of tins
martyrdom is the tirst business ol all who sutler.
Atiiloi'Iiokoh regenerates painful nerves,
and drives out the, horrors ol Keuraltjla.
Athi.oi'hor.09 gives health to IMifuinat'n
BulTerers whom tho most skllUul phyiJeUii'
Lavo nut been ablu to heal.
Atiilofhoro operates on the Mood, inns
cles, and Joints; and dissolving tho fields tint
cuuso Kneuwattjui, removes tiiew from ti.e
ATHi.opnrnos Is pronounced ly all v. li
Imvfi tried it an Infallible, Hx:ClUc lor lUi.v
OuslUiuUj and palnlul diseases.
Read the testimony of one of the
suffe rers. David Little. Sum
ner, Benner Co., Iowa, writes :
"I am past 77 years of aKS, have had the Rheun.atir in
three years and elKht months; lost one-third nt u.y
eltfbt; coulJ Dot walk, hut snuffled aion en
crutches; could not slwp; nerves shattered, no
streiurth la my hands, wnsts, knee or r-t. I: .t
thanks I ti (iod for your irreat discovery! '1 la- tie d
lclns arrived Hsturday hhfht. I took a dose Sui..! iy
rnominir, f.:lt it all over me, and keit ou with it
Monday rnoniinir I trot up and dn-swd myself, I
walked out into tho kitchen without tlis aid of crut li
or cane, and withal them all a haj..y New Year. I rt
well niKhU, am faiuinif in strtwrth, and once mom
enjoy Ufa Wish I could put Athlohioros in t;,u
bands of every suBerer from this terrible dicav-."
If you cannot get ATtiLOpnonos of yonr dnuv' -U
we will send It ein-s (aid. on receipt of rew i.ur
rice one dollar per bottle. Wo prefer that you b.iy
tt from your drownst, hut if he hasn't it, do not lo
H-rsuaded to try aomcthi&if tine, hut order at once
from Ui as directed.
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Sulwtit'ed anil nworn t ) helore me tr.r Ut day
of Jil. lsv. L. I). HAVI-KY.
t'oHUKL-r - Arrr.'T:
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(i. I). Williamson, Director-",
II. II. Caxi.kk,
ST. MARY'S PARK ,
In) orlna paruile etieel of F re Compniiiea and
olher So U'tles, and alo beaiitllul Fio:it rep
reaenllDK the mer chants of the city
Horae, mule, hlcvcle and other races, hIho a va
riety of other means of amnscinentH, nn h as
Greased Me, Etc.,
II Grand Display of Fireworks !
Dancing at Night!
t'4"AII railroads and iteamhoats will ilvo great
ly reduced rates..
For particular", as t premium, etc., ad.'.rees
either of the following committee:
N. II TIIIVII.KWOOI),
I! E It MAN MEYKH,
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Miido to Ordar,
8th St., bet. Ohio Levee & Commercial Ave.
OAlltO. - ILL.
Kopalrlufir neatly done at sliort notice.
A HEAVY BLOW.
O.-ntlo Znphyrs Which Woro
Waftod Ono Ilnndrod Miloa
en Hour. I
Tbny Stir Tilings Up Along ThoirTrack
A Circus Teat Leveled aiid an Au
A Panic Caused by the Overturninr; of the
Wagons Containing the Wild Ani-
! malfi rirciUpn T.imha.
A Minr.esota Zephyr.
Sr. l'.u i., Mi..., July 1. A furious
fraly o( wiud fruiu the northwest swept
through thl.t .Statu yc.stc-rtluy. It wa.s
llrt noticed at Atjtrdceti, Dak., at 7 ::'.Q
a, in., und reached St. Iitul at l:':oO,
making the distance of over 400 miles in
live hours. It had every appearance of a
tori:ado and caused considerable fright
along lis course. It did but little dam-UJH-,
however, beyond tearing up trees
h re aud there and making havoc of
At Wubaali-i, about forty iniie.s foiith
at of here, the wind struck the Orton
Aiiglu-AiiK-rlcaii circm tent in which a
performance had just bi-L'uu and leveled
it to the ground. Tin: audience was com
prised ol about L'.ijij') people, and some
thing of a panic endued, which was not
lessened by the fact that cveial cages of
animal-, were overturned. Ileyond a few
l ruies and broken legs, however, no
COI.ONKI. ;ll, ITIllt'J'..
The Editor Who Has Baon Appoiiatod
Governor of Dakota.
CincAOO, Ii.i.., July 1. The appoint
ment of Colonel Gil Pcirce to the Gov
ernh!p of Dakota, is one of the most
happy selections made by President Ar
thur, coming as it did so unexpectedly.
Colonel l'eirce's yood work for tho Presi
dent Lad ia It no thought of reward. He
was for Arthur when Arthur was nothing;
he never asked an ollice, he went
through the campaign of l5;0 des
pising the llepubiieati nominee for the
llrst place, but never for an instant fail
ing to Indorse the Collector w ho had been
removed by Hayes his alfection aud loy
alty toward Arthur have been gallant and
brave, and if he accepts the appointment
it will be not because it U his wish, but
because it is his desire to accept the com
pliment which has been paid him by a
U'ehtiema'i whj ha- never forgotten a
Gil. Pierce was the editor of the Jntur-tk-Ki
during a time when the IiUr- v.iii
fought Us way out of almost irretrieva
ble bankruptcy iuto a position where it
commanded business recognition. He
kit the poeitioii to lill a place on the Chi
chl'o .V' irs, which he has done with ad
mirable and even consummate skill. The
Coiutiel Is about forty years of age. Ho
entered the war of the rebebiou
when 'piitc a jouiil' man, as Lieu
tenant of the .Ninth Indiana, and
was shortly afterward male Quar
termaster. In Is!: he was made
Colonel and Quartermaster-General of
the Department of the Gulf. He was
with Gordon Granger, who has since
fallen into disgrace, but who in those
days was a gallant soldier. He has
written several novels aud a uuin' r of
sueces.-ful plays, the most po.iiar of
which has been "100 Wives," which had
a fair run in New York and Chicairo.
lie is a good newspaper man, writes a
pointed and readable editorial, and Is
not above getting down to the reportor
la! level when occasions demand it.
1KO.M m i:r o.
Th? Presidential Election-A City in De
fault. Nkw Lai:i:ihi, Mr.xico, July 1. The
National election Monday for President
passed off quietly throughout this por
tion of Mexico. General Portirio Diaz,
had no opposition, aud was overwhelm
iiigly elected to the Presidency of Melco
for the second time. The elections w hich
lately occurred correspond to the primary
elections in the I'nited .States. Yester
day's electiou was by popular suffrage.
The electors w ill meet at the capitols of
their respective States ou July lo and
c.t-t the Fallot for President.
Ni-.w Lakkixi, .Mkih, July 1. This
city made a default this month in the
payment of salaries to Its employes aud
officers. It is claimed by the antl-ad-
ministration party that a large sum of
money belonging to the city is unac
counted for aud that the revenues of tho
city greatly exceed tho expenditures,
It is believed that the Federal Govern
ment has by some means succeeded lu
absorbing the surplus revenues, not on
ly of this city, but of many others. Tho
general Governmeut is in arrears threo
mouths of salaries and pay due ollkers.
Soldiers and even the judicial aud legal
oliicers of tho Central Governmeut are
without salary for two months.
Eleven thousand dollars' worth of sll
ver bullion, shipped from this point to
Carbon, ou tho American sidotweuty-llvo
miles above, was to-day seized by the1
United States Deputy Marshal as contra
A IICNGUV DKAT1I.
Lizzie Bradley Succumbs After a Fast
of Fifty-Throe Days.
Atciusdx, Kas., July 1. Llz.le Brad
ley, of White Cloud, who commenced
her suicidal fast fifty-three days ago, died'
yesterday after rigidly adhering to her
determination neither to eat or speak
again. The case has attracted great in
terest as being tho most remarkable ou
record, both ou account of the length of
the fast and tho indomitable slubboru-
xress of the subject.
A SHEKirT SUOX DEAD.
And Hia Brother Badly Wounded as
the Sequel of an Arrest.
WiiAinoN, Tkx., July 1. Last evening
Sheriff W. C. Brooks, was mortally,
and his brother, Ii. N. Brooks seriously
wounded. Ou Monday Sheriff Brooks
anvsted W. S. Glbbs near Huugerford,
this county, charging him with disturb
ing the peace. On tho hearing of tho
case yesterday afternoon tho caarges
wore not sustained and Glbbs was re
leased. Din ing the trial, angry words wow
exchanged between II. Glbbs, a brother
fie conclusion of the trial 11. Glbbs
hurriedly left the court-room, crossed
the slreet and entered a store. Sheriff
Brooks ami his brother came out of the
Court-house, the luter carrying ft riile.
As the brother appeared, Glbbs stopped
to the door of the store and began firing
his rille. The Urst ball struck Ltoem
Brooks in his arm and entered bli ido.
Notwithstanding the shock, Kugeuo
rested his rille on tho fence and bnrau
firing, Sheriff Brooks rushed ueross'Jho
street, tiring a revolver as ho approached
Gibbs, but the latter sent a bullet thrbygb
the Sheriff's body, and made his ccJe
in the presence of one hundred Jheu.
The Sheriff Is dying. Glbbs was ifTcr
known as a desperado, but Is localhieel
ebrated as a dead shot with tho rlllo'A
A.sAfIn-:U ISY UNION MEN.
Tho Crew of the Schoonor Selkirk
Roughly Handled by a Mob .
A Rioter Shot. ! '
Cf.KVKi.Axi, O., July 1. At a late hour
last night at Ashtabula a crowd of ttuloa
men boarded the schooner Selkirk, which
carries a crew of non-union moll Bd
attempted to force them off theH4aiul
and onto the pier. The uuiou iiiturtiffe
attacking them with clubs, when owe of
the Selkirk's men drew a revolver jd
shot one of the attacking party lnhe
abdomen. He immediately gave him
self up, and had a hearing this morning
at Ashtabula before a Justice ol the
Peace, and was released, as the shooting
was done in self-defense. The injured
man died this afternoon. Tho vessel
owners of Cleveland will send to the
authorities at Ashtabula a protest against
proceedings of this character, and In
forming them that unless meairis are
taken to prevent their recurreiijSiA-noiTB-sels
will be sent to that port nit the ex--piration
of the present contract. V '
Tho Great Datectiva His But a Few
Hours to Live.
Chicago, III., July 1. Allan Pinker
ton, the famous detective, suffered a re
lapse this morning. He is rajHdly slnk
img and can not survive many hours.
His physicians and friends have aban
doned all hope.
KKMGION AS A CLOAK.
Worn by a YounR- Man to Serve the
B'iwi.inuGkf.kn, Ky., July 1. A young
man with dark hair and beard, going by
the name of J. II. Cole, has been doing
this city and suction for some months as
a book agent as the representative of
Fairbanks, Palmer & Co., Chicago. Be
side selling books of various kinds, he
has taken a lively interest in religion,
having joined the Second Presbyterian
Church, and exhorting the prisoners iu
the County Jail.
Last Saturday the residence of Mr.
llardiu, near liockiield, was burglarized
of several articles of wearing apparel, a
pistol, etc. Cole suddenly disappeared
from the neighborhood, and, being sus
pected of the robbery, otlicers were on
the look-out for him. Yesterday la Green
Hill neighborhood, plying his book agency
avocation, Cole was taken in by ua o;il
cer. He was wearing tne pants aud shoes
and had the pistol lu his pocket. In de
fault of Soo bull he was committed ou
the charge of grand larcenv.
HOW DID IT GET THEItKP
Finding of the Mutilated Body of a Miss
ing Nerro Prisoner.
Moiui.K, Ai.a., July 1. A negro at
tempted au assault upon a white woman
at Georgiana, Ala., on June 24, and when
arrested confessed. Next day, while
waiting transportation to jail at Green
ville, the man strangely disappeared from
the custody of the guards. His body
was found yesterday buried In the woods,
with his head sawed off. The body was
cut open, and the brains and bowels were
missing. The body had evidently been
in the hands of skilled surgeons. Sev
eral persons have been arrested, and it is
said one of them has confessed aud will
give evidence agaiust the others.
Ripa for the Rope.
Santa 1'k, N. M., July l.-Cornwell
Brunn, a German of forty-live, made a
criminal a-sault ou the ten-year-old
daughter of Joseph Steinagger, at six
o'clock last night. He is held in jail for
his appearance before the Grand Jury
Gb.vktox, Va., July 1. Burns Karle, a
well-known citizen, aged forty and mar
ried, has committed a terrible crime.
Some years ago, by brain trouble, he be
came blind, aud of late has been acting as
If he were demented. Last night he at
tempted to outrage the three-year-old
daughter of George Wentzell. The child
was rescued, but it Is terribly injured
aud can not live. Karle was arrested and
physicians say he Is hopelessly insano. It
is feared the citizens will try and lynch
A GHASTLY 1-1 XD.
Quarrymen Exhume a Number of Hu
Qitxcy, In,., July 1. Considerable ex
citement has been occasioned by the dis
covery of human bones by men engaged
In clearing the surface of a stone quarry.
On Saturday tho skeleton of a man was
found, and yesterday two skeletons com
plete and a largo portion of a third were
unearthed. All of thoso remains were
found in holes but a few feet deep and
not over threo feet in leugth so that the
bodies must have been cut in
pieces, or packed down in an unnatnral
position. The skulls of three are pro
nounced thoso of white men from thirty
five to sixty years of age, and another Is
probably that of a negro, its form being
much different from the otliers.
Years ago a notorious resort for roughs
and bad characters generally stood rrar
tbis quarry, and the theory advanced is
that these remains aro those of people
murdered ou the premises. Not a vestlgfl
ofjclothlng of any kind was found With
College students at Amherst, Muss.,
who tried to "paint the town red," wute
seized by citizens und turned over .to tbc
authorities. Charges of drunkonnesB were
preferred uud their conduct expels them
, Decrease ot tho public dobt for the
month ot Judo m about (ft A'OCLMO.
Induction for the focTycar -ending
day, abaut tflut.OOO.Wd , aft Mtopawd
CALM BEFORE THE STORM.
Chicago Eoroft of tho Domocratic
Statesmen, Who Sojourn for J
a Day at Pooria.
What is B eing Done by Way of Prepara
tion for the Great Convention and
Entertainment of Delegates.
What the Friends of the Various Candi
dates Have to Say of Their
CHR Afio,' Ii.i.., July 1, Tho influx of
delegates and visitors to the Democratic
Convention is uot expected to begin till
the last of tho week, the majority prefer
ring to spcud the glorious Fourth at
home. Most of the members of tho Na
tional Committee are, however, expected
earlier, to consult with reference to the
Chairman of the Convention and other
matters which naturally come before
them. The majority of members from the
South and the Northwest aro expected
here by Friday.
At present all eyes are directed toward
New York, aud most of the delegates
from the distant States who have reached
Chicago have extended their pilgrimage
t Juo. Kelly's shrine.
The friends of ex-Senator McDouakI
are very hopeful, and profess to have
news that Cleveland, whom they consider
his most dangerous opponent, is losing
ground daily. They are also looking to
the Peoria Convention with great inter
est, and expect substantial encourago--ineut
from tho Illinois Democracy.
"All the scheming," said a McDonald
man, "is king done iu New York, and it
looks as though tho nomination will be
ma le there before the Convention meets.
F.vtry one is disposed to defer to the
Empire State. But if Its delegates come
out here badly split np, it nieaus Mc
Donald s nomination. 1 should not bo
surprised though, if Cleveland's name is
uot presented to the Convention, If his
friends tli.d that halt his own State is
going to be against hlin, they will prob
ably uot want to tuvite deteat by present
The preparations of the Antl -Monopolists
and labororganizutions to welcome
Ben Butler, tukeu together with his re-iu-nt
New York conference with John
Kelly are considered signitlcant by some
of the Democrats who are on the ground,
;.nd they dou't assent to the ridicule,
which a part of their brethren heap on
! Hitler. They fear some sort of a Butler-Kelly-Handall
Combination which will
i.i'ike the tariff a ground of union to
present a solid front against either
Cleveland or McDonald. But they can't
g 't hold of anything definite In the local
M'uatiou, and are groping in the dark
till they get light from the Last.
The banner ot tho Uandall Club of
Philadelphia swings across Lake street,
!,'..: none of the members have yet
appeared on the scene.
"'-je Democratic National sub-Com
mittee," said Nergcaut-st-Arms Bright,
"is practically In session all the time
now, a.thuugh all the members are not
here. They hold no regular meeting, but
are superintending the hall improvements
and other routine matters. They visit
the hall two or three times a day, and ex
pect to see it all ready by Friday night."
Members of ttie National Coniinittco
w ill be arriving during the week, aud tho
friends of lloadly will hold a meeting at
the Palmer House on Monday.
By a Man Who Tells Much, But Appears
to Know More.
Ni;w YuiiK, July 1. When a Journal
reporter called upon Mr. Boswell P.
Flower yesterday that gentleman ap
peared to be much pleased, aud extend
ing his baud, exclaimed: "What can I
do for you'f" On learning his visitor's
erraud, Mr. Flower was not disposed to
talk, and referred him to the Flower Lit
erary Bureau in the Ikruld building,
where all his communications aro pre
pared and given to the press, He at
length consented to give a short state
ment of his views on tho political situa
tion, aud the reporter asked :
"What do you thiuk of your chances,
The man with a barrel thoughtfully
stroked his chin and replied:
"They are as good as ever they were,
and that is not a discouraging statement.
The night before the New York State
Convention my friends made a careful
canvass of tho delegation aud received
the absolute pledge of forty-two of the
delegation out of a total of seventy-two.
This gave me a good majority, but we
considered it best not to press the ques
tlou of instructing delegates, preferring
to make a still hunt und show our hand
at Chicago. Since that time I have no
reason to believe that the delegates have
changed their minds, or have another
preference. There was one curious fea
ture about tho State Convention which
seems to have escaped tho notice of the
newspapers. That was that while States
which are not frioudly to Samuel Tlldon
passed resolutions iu houor of the great
statesman and against condoning the
fraud of 1870, the Democratic Convention
of this State did not notice Mr. Tilden
lu any manner. This was due to the
efforts of the supporters of Grover Cleve
land." "Do you thiuk," exclaimed Mr. Flower
in a loud voice and banging bis (1st forci
bly upon the table, "that the friends of
.Mr. Tilden will vote for Governor Cleve
land, or that they arc lu favor of his
nomination? No, sir," ho continued,
"John Kelly aud Tammany Hall and
Charles A. Dana aud the Han and the
great majority of Mr. Tllden's friends arc
against Governor Clevelaud and do not
hesitate to say so."
"Who will present your namo to tho
Convention?" asked the reporter.
"General Lester II. Faulkner,' a dole-gate-at-largc,
and one ot my most earn
"Do you expect to have the vote of tho
New York delegation?"
"Well," answered hi slowly, "those
forty-two delegates will not vote for
Clevelaud, aud 1 beliove I am the only
other candlduto for uoiulnatfon from the
State. There aro nine delegates from
Kings Couuty who will vote for mo first,
last and all the ttiirt, aud who will not go
"How Is your strength la the West
Mr. Flower tapped tho desk wUti his
fingers and replied i "X um in the UanoV
"finv.Ji,'""i1 T 't"v
other States will go, but I have a very
fair idea. No, I shall uot tell tho idea.
I cau count confidently ou those forty
two New Yorkers though. The outlook
Is encouraging to my friends, aud I am
very hopeful, although wo fear that tho
liberal use of money at Chicago may
chunire the present aspect ol the situa
tion." "Who will use the money?"
"O'u, I don't know that, but we are
somewhat afraid of it."
A UK EAT MISTAKE.
Ex-Oovernor Bishop Says the Democ
racy Mn.de It Four Years Atro.
Cinc inxaii, o., July i, F.x-Governor
Bishop, In an interview yesterday, made
an interesting disclosure regarding au
understanding he claims to have had with
Mr. Tilden iu 1 1 80. At that time the ex
Governor was promineutly spoken of as
a Democratic candidate for the Vice
Presidency. The ex-Governor was asked
if he was again a caudidato for second
placo. His reply was that ho would uot
accept the nomination this time under
"Why?" he was asked,
"it was generally expected" he said,
"that Tilden would be nominated uud his
declination, has left tho party all at sea.
The party never was lu such a mixed up
condition, aud It is imposslblejto foresee
who will get the nomination. I would
not accejit the second place if tendered to
me unanimously. Four years ago It was
"It was while Mr. Tlldeu was a candi
date then, aud if he had been nominated,
I was to he second on the ticket. I u it
was fully understood by him ami myself.
had a consultation with Mr.
Tilden about the matter and he timed
me to accept. I told him that I could not
very well'do it, as I did not have money
for such a campaign. He smiled faceti
ously aud remarked: 'Governor, don't
give yourself any uueasintss about tho
matter. 1 will attend to all the financial
part of the contest. What 1 want is the
use of your name to help us carry Ohio.
1 agreed to the conditions, and felt proud
tj be his choice. The convention
tour years auo made a great mi.stakc iu
not nominatiug Tilden. His friends uu
der.stoo 1 Ihey were to support me, We
would have carried Ohio sure, aud to-day
would be President and Vice-President."
(Jl'LElt MISS SKWELL.
Her Que.r L'p.sode and Queer Relatives.
Loiisvii.i.K, Ky., July I. Society is
greatly excited over the case of Miss Fay
Sewell, the Washington young woman
who escaped from Eminence College.
The hackman, who Is charged with hav
lii!i driven her to a disreputable house
without her knowing its character wheu
she alighted from the tralu in this city,
was arraigned in the Police Court on a
charge of abduction.
Miss Sewell exonerated the hackinau
from all blame, but added that sho had
uot instructed him to tako her to such iv
place. Several inmates ot the house were
present to testify, but tho Judge, with a
desire to shield the young woman if she
showed any desire to lie saved, summari
ly held tho hackman aud refused to hear
Nothing has been heard from her
mother and the principal of tho college
from which she fled has refused to come
to her assistance. The police have kept
her at the reformatory and have made
every effort to interest her relatives and
save her from being cast adrift. It is
suspected she is either insane, or is
already an abaudoned girl whom her
family have given up for lost. Iu tho
meantime the girl has been recommitted
to the reformatory.
Governor Glick Says None of the Dele
gates are ior Field.
Lkavrxwoiith, Kas., July 1, Gov
ernor Glick was asked to-day how he
thought the Kansas Democratic delega
tion to Chicago, which he leads, would
vote. He replied:
"Iu so far as I know they are for
Cleveland for President and Mc
Donald for Vice-President. They re
gard it as an exceptionally strong
ticket, coining from the two nec
essary States. Those who have watched
Cleveland's course as Governor of New
Y'ork are satislled with him. The Inde
pendent and dissatisfied Kepublicans
seem to consider him tho best man that
can be nominated. I see tho Kansas del
egation has been put dowu for Field, but
1 do not kuow of a vote lor him lu the
l'lioinnniox ox KKCm.
The Governor said further that ho had
just received information from Colonel
Carpenter, Internal Itevcnue Collector
for Kansas, that 2,Hs5 liquor dealers'
stamps had been Issued during the fiscal
year just ended, as agaiust 2,IH2 for the
lisca year ending hilss3, an iucrcase of
over 500 during the second year of prohi
bition over the Urst year, and an Increase
of over a hundred per cent, over the last
year of high license aud local option.
ltASE HALL ISKEVITIES.
Score of Gam-'s Flayet Monday,
Philadelphia, l'a. St. Louis Unions,
(! ; Keystones, 0.
Chicago, III. Chicagos, 5; Provi
Boston, Mass. Boston Unlous, 10;
Quincy, III. iulucys, 11 j Peorias, 3.
Toledo, O. Allegheuys, 4 ; Toledos, A.
Detroit, Mich. Bostons, 11; De
Baltimore, Md. Baltimore Unions, 11;
Chicago Unious, r.
Cleveland, O. New Yorks, 6; Cleve
Buffalo, N. Y.-Buflalos, 10; Phlladel
International Educational Conferenoe.
WASiroio rox, D. C, July I, The State
Department is informed that an fnterna
lonal Educational Conference will be
held In London August 4, to which Amer
ican educators are lavlted to contribute
reports and send representatives. The
Burena of Kducation wttl furnish infor
mation on the subject.
Everything Will Qo On as Usual.
Wasiunotox, U. C, July 1. Owing to
the belief that tho appropriation bill Mil
Dot bo passed iu time, commandants of
til navy yards telegraphed to Secretary
Chin die r yesterday to know whether
they should suspend opomttlain and dis
toarg their forces on July I. Taa Sec
retary replied, that " Uu bill pafc4
fssterday, everything would go on as
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plication of this Dyk, Sold oy Druggists,
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THE BEST TIIIXG JLVOJnV
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