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CAIJW, J l L., FJdDAV MUKMX(, JULY 1, 1J!!!1,
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Athlophokos rofrencrntes painful nerves,
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Atiii.ophoros ffives health to Illicumntio
mfferers whom the most MkllUul ubyol'l-m
have hoc been able V; heal. 1 '
Atiilopiior operates on the blood, urns
cits, and Joints; ana (lUsnlvlmj the Holds that
cam HliuuiUttUsai, removes them from th.
system. Athlophoroh is pronounced l.v all wlv.
have tried It an Infallible special- for tb.v
obstinate and painful disease.
Read the testimony of one of the
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ner, Benner Co., Iowa, writes:
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WMKht; could riot walk, but nhullled aloir .,a
crutches; could not ait-op : uerves ahatb-rt-d, iio
atreuirtb In my hand, wrists, kn.x or f..-t Uut
tbaukabetoGod foryourim-atdiiK'uvcry! 'J1i-!imo.
Irtne arrived Katur4ay mVbt 1 took a doc- Hun-hy
morning, felt it all over me, and kept ou with it
Monday moniimr I pot up and dn-awd my-lf, and
walked out into Ui kiichi without Uia aid of crut. It
or Mint, and wih d Uieni aU a ban y New Year. In -t
well tilirlitM. am gaiimiKin strength, and ourt- m.-io
enjoy life. Wh I could put Athi.ohiokos in the
hands of every sufferer fr-jui this terrible d.ecac."
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lmuadi-d ti try aoiuuL.tg tU, but order at tn.
from us aa directed.
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Horse, male-, Mctct- aud other ra: , aipoftva-rit-ty
of other meam ol ainut-in-.-r !, m h a'
(ji raised l'olo, Ktc,
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Dancing at Night!
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ly redint-d rat.-n.
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have rect-ive.l a full ami casij.-lt-'.e line
ol new FjII aud Whiter
Cloaks, Polsnans Notion, Ktc.
A heavy clock of Ilody Bni'-e'i", Tuper
trite aiid Inerala
A full Htock of Oil Cloth?, aU piz'.'s and prices
Clothing & Gents' Furnish'g Goods
A full and complete etock e now beinij
closed out at great bartcaius.
CJckkIs at Bottom IJriot?I
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H. T. GerouM )
Plumbei. Steam and Gas Fill
Cointncrt'ial Ave, bet. Tputli ami Ele
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Drive Well F.irre and Lift i'umpa furnished aud
put up. Ai;eut for the Celebrated
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the best pump ever Invented. New (Ins Fixtures
furnished to ordor. O.d Fixtures repaired and
onnod. . .
ST Jobbing promptly attended to. ai'Ml
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THE ILLINOIS DEMOCRATS,
Proceedings of tho Domocratic
Stuto Convention at Peoria.
Carter H. Harrison Nominated for Gover
i cor by Acclamation The Rest
of the Ticket.
The Del 'gates-at-Large and Alternates tc
the Chicago Convention The
pKoiiu, I i.i.., July 3. Upon the roas
seuiljlln of the Statu Democratic Cou
ventlon yesterday aftt.riiooi), nothing wa.-j
done for several hour.-. Thero was a
prolonged llht over the Chicago con
tents, una up to dark the only thing that
transpired was a speech from John M.
rainier, in which ho favored the nomina
tion at Chicago of Tilden, and
promised, if mai'.c a dclcgate-at-large,
to visit tho old war-horse in
New York and endeavor to persuade
la t in into the race. This was received
with tremendous applause. Governor
l'almor then said: "Hut if we can not
get Tilden to run, theu what shall we
do?" (Loud cries of "I'almer,"
"l'almer," "John M. Palmer," were
heard from all parts of the wigwam.;
Governor Palmer waited until orier was
restored and said: "Well a great many
more foolish things than that have been
done, but you are too few. The Demo
cratic party is not without plenty of
Presidential timber, however. We have
Cleveland and Thurrnan aud llayard."
The Governor added that it was ail non-hen.-e
to oppose liayard on account of his
in-: m:noi nc i:i hi. aim:
as a pulitieiil rullian. In conclusion, he
said: "I think it is very likely now we
bhall nominate Cleveland at Chiirago. If
Wu do, let u.- not put on aii old man with
him, with records as long as my arm.
Put on a young nun "
Nil. Ill .xKs.-IO.V.
liy this time the eveiiinu was quite ad
vanced, and the Convention took a re
cess fur food, refreshment and rest.
When the Convention met for the night
srslou it was found that many of the
deifoau-s had left, iiusint-ss was rushed
through with cousi h-iubie viiror, but it
was long after midiiluht before au ad
journment was reached.
iin.ru 1 i -i..i;i,K.
The following del'gates-at-lar::c were
elt-i'ted : W. 1. Morrison, John M. Palmer,
J. C. U.'ack and Lambert Tree; alternates
at lar'e, Thomas Merrit, M. C. McDou
aliL Thomas Mc.N'eely andG. D. lleuning.
I'KE.SIliKM I Ah KLKCr !!".
Tho electors chosen are: 1'ir.st Dis-
trirt, J. W. Doane; Second, J. T
Third, J. II, Ward; Fourth, II.
viu; Fifth, James U. Moran;
.1. F. smith; Sevcntn, S. II.
Ki'.'hlh, M. J. Sehinty;
G.or'.'e C. Harrington; Tenth,
Sixtb, . Bliss
A. Wilson; F.levciith, Win. Prentiss;
Twtifth, Harvey Phillips; Thirteenth, II.
P. Shumuay; Fourteenth, Dr. Kirk; Fif
teenth, .1. 1j. Cuiininglium; Sixteenth, J.
C. Allen; Seventeenth, K. ii. Uuck:
Kiuhteent-h, Geo. A. Akins; Nineteenth,
F. M. Youngblood ; Twentieth, Wm. K.
T1IK STAIK IRKltr.
G'iieral J. C. Smith then placed Carter
II. Harrisou, Mayor of Chicago, in iromi
natiiiu for the Governorship, and the
Convention nominated bim by acclama
tion amidst wild cheering.
The other olliecrs nominated were:
For Lieutenant-Governor, Henry Loiter,
of Belleville, St. Clair County; Secre
tary of State, Michael J. Dougherty, of
Knox; Treasurer, Alfred Orendorff, of
Sangamon: Auditor, Walter A. Carter, of
Jersey; Attorney-General, liobert Mc
Kinley, of Fdg:ir: for Clerk of Supreme
Court, Central Grand Division, F. A.
Snivuly, of Macoupin; for Clerk of Ap
pellate Court, Third Division, Geo. W.
Jones, of Pike.
The. Convention adjourned at 2:-J.j a.m.
Harrison Is highly elated over his vic
tory, lie boldly declared that an effort
had beeu made to spring a trap upon
him. He says he was telegraphed to yes
terday that the tariff plank would be a
reallirination of the platform of ls70.
I'pon that he said lie would accept the
nomination for Governor; but while Mor
rison's schemes did embody the '70 reso
lution they also added the tariff plank of
lo, and upon that instructed delegates
to the National Convention, whin thev
knew that was a plank that he did
not indorse. Then on reading the
resolution the chairman of the committee
moved the previous question Instantly.
"If I had not been quick to spring to my
feet," said the Mayor, "before there was
time for a second to tho motion they
would have had me, but I caughrthem in
time, and the convention sustained me.
1 consider it the most striking victory I
have ever won in politics."
The Mayor departed in high glee, but
without any formal acceptance" of the
nomination. That, he says, will come in
the form of a letter, in which he will ex
press himself fully on the tariff, and In a
way that the Democracy of the State can
not but indorse.
A W IT'I. It F.T It I B I Tl O X.
Death of One Who Helped to Torture
an Old Han Into Surrender
iutf His Wealth.
Cii.wtLV.STowv, W. Va., July 3. Scott
Tiplon, a eouvict, died yesterday in thd
State Penitentiary at Mouudsvlllo, under
the most peculiar circumstances. Tho
post-mortem showed death to have been
produced by a pistol ball which lodged
in the back-bone after having
passed entirely through the body.
From this wound Tipton had suffered
continually the most excruciating tor
tures, in many instances having to be se
cured topreveuthini from killing himself.'
This wound ho received for perpetrating
one of the most brutal outrages In thd
history of tho State, and richly meriting
all tho subsequent misery from iUs effect!.
Three years ago Tipton, with several
other men, all of whom ore serving Ioni
senteuccs for tho crime, visited by night
the house of au aged farmer named
Palmer, who was supposed to bo wealthy.1
and overpowering the latter, bound him
and searched the house. Failing to llud
the money, they resolved to fcKture him.
Tying tho unfortunate man to a log, they
branded hlui on the taco and other!
parts of his body with a red
net rcker, and hnrnt tho srH of Ids frtl
and palms of his hands with a candle un
til the miserable man could stand the
torment no longer and confessed where
the money was hid. Some live hundred
dollars was secured. The gang
then tin! to Ohio, leaving Palmer
stripped and bound to the log,
where he was found by fr'.euds. lie
died a few days later of his Injuries.
Tipton ami the gang were followed
by a Sheriff's posse aud captured after
a light when Tipton received his fatal
wound. Fver since he has suffered
terribly, declaring often In his anguish
that h: never caused old Palmer half tho
pain he suffered himself. Tipton died In
A liLKKDKU OF HIS l'EOl'LK.
He Loves His Race and Desplsetu Not
Their Hard-Earned Cash.
Ai.i'AiiKiiA, O.K., July 3. There has
beeu considerable excitement created
here by the movements of a colored em
issary named Jones Steel, a preacher and
politician, formerly of fcouth Carolina.
Ho came here two weeks ago armed with
a pistol, which ho freely displayed. Ho
auuounced his mission to be to inaugu
rate lodges of the National Aid and Pro
tection Society, claiming that ho was
doing so uuder the sanction of Congress,
and that ollicers high in the Government
service stood ready to enforce the edicts
of the order. As a preliminary to joining
his order au advance of ?2 w as charged.
In order to make the negroes enthusi
astic, and to induce them to join tho so
ciety, he makes inconsiderate speeches,
dwelling on tho rights of labor. This
spirit once fastened lingers lotig after tho
original emissary has departed, giving
rise to disputes betweeu whites and
blacks, which are likely at any time to
break forth in bloodshed. After collect
ing all the mouey he could get, he depart
ed for other lields, where he will probal 17
repeat the same plan of squeezing money
out of his fellow countrymen.
UAsE HALL UltKYITIES.
of Games Playel Wednesday,
st. Louis, Mo. Paltimores, 13; St.
Indianapolis, hid. Urooklyns, i); In
Cleveland, . CItvtlauds, 4; Provi
Detroit, Mich. New Yorks, 7; De
troit, Philadelphia, Pa. Keystones, 7; Chi
Cincinnati, . Cincinuatis, 10; Wash
Columbus, 0. Columbus, 7; Metro
Boston, Mass. Boston Unions, 10;
Kansas Citys, 'J.
Buffalo, N". Y. Bostons, 4; Buffa
St. Paul, Minn. Milwankees, C; St.
Toledo, O. Allegheny;), ; Toledos, 7.
Baltimore, Md. Baltimore Unions, 7;
Cincinnatis, 2. ,
Peoria, 111. (Juiucys, 3; Peoria'.
Six innings stopped by rain.
Great Forest Fires in Maine.
Baxoi!, Mr:., July 3. There have
beeu great aud damaging tires throughout
all of eastern Maine. The forest lire iu
Washington County is the greatest slnco
ls3V. About one hundred and lifty men
are now in tho bush, and with the aid of
showers they are in hopes of checking the
flames. The tires on the Pleasant aud
Machias waters in some instances almost
wholly destroyed tho timber. Tho lino
of lire at one time was estimated to be
nearly thirty miles long.
Slaughter-House Burned Hogs Burned.
Cincinnati, 0., July 3. Last night
the large slaughtering-house of J. A T.
Schroth, at tho corner of Janu-s street
and Fifth avenue, Camp Washington, was
almost totally destroyed by lire. Tho
building was a two and a half story brick,
valued at 15,000. Under the building
were penned 125 hogs, whicn for the
most part either burned or suffocated to
death. Loss, ?:J5,000; insurance, 1'V
LoiiANsi'oiiT, Ini., July 3. The Cor
oner, iu his verdict rendered yesterday
in the matter of the death of Thos. Grace
and Win. Scott, the engineer and llreniau
who were killed in the wreck on the
Terre Haute & Logansport Hailroad
bridge, charges tho railroad coinpaay
with criminal negligence.
The Bottle, the Pistol, the Spade.
Mattuox, III., July 3. Charles Noble,
a painter of this city, got drunk yester
day, shot himself this morning and will
be buried to-morrow.
Killed by a Bull.
Flokknck, O., July 4. John Cruise,
a prominent and wealthy fanner, while
crossing a pasture tleld last evening,
was attacked by a vicious bull and killed
almost ins hintly.
Washington, D. C, July 3. Tho veto,
message of tho Fitz John Porter bill was
read in the Senate this morning. Tho
Chair stated that a two-thirds vote wa
necessary to pass the bill over tho veto.
A vote was immediately taken, resulting:
27 yeas to 27 nays. The bill accord-'
lugly failed of passage.
Senator Sherman's resolution to meet
to-morrow and begin proceedings with
reading tho Declaration ol Independ
ence was passed.
On motion of Mr. Randall the Senato
amendments to tho sundry civil bill worn
non-concurred In and conference ou disa
greeing votes roquestcd.
Mr. Hammond, of Georgia, from tho
committee to investigate the charges'
against Win. H. F.nglish, of Indiana, sub
mitted a report that tho committee, found
nothing In tho customs and trsage of tho
House to warrant tho conclusion that
English had acted Improperly.
The bill amending tho Chinese act
passed; 43 yens, 12 nay.
Mr. Willard (ol Nw York) submitted a
minority report reciting much of the;
evidence taken by the committee, aud
arguing that the question as to who was
entitled to tho seat was not a political
but a judloiul one, on which lobbying of
an cttcnipi to iutloence votes m personal;
and political grounds was gjroisaf 4m
proticr. and that the Hbitss crvned it to it.'
self to let sne.li conduet not gnirgteEri.
TItOl l5LLSO.ni: TIMES.
The Strugglo for Ascendancy Among
Candidates Waxing Warm and
An Universal Cry for "Peace" Which
Likely to Find Its Echo in "War's
Ciiii'aco, iu.,, July 3. Troublcsomo
times are about to mark tho experience
of the National Democracy. There seems
to be a universal cry for peace, but each
delegate has his Individual opinion of
what constitutes peace, and tho prob
abilities are now that harmony cannot
prevail on any subjnet presented to tho
convention. The Tilden leaders
are violently separated Ih tneir prefer
ences. Wattcrsun is for McDonald,
Dana is for Bayard, Itanium for Cleve
land, and Tilden himself is reported to
be for liandall or Cleveland.
1'IVIHLI) THKY STAND.
Almost every State has a different fa
vorite or several favorites, and many
delegations havo arrived here iu
liope:ess division among them
selves. The Tilden men see In all this an
opportunity to rush In the Sage of Grey
stoiiu by acclamation, believing he is thu
only man through whom harmony can be
secured. Friends of McDonald, Hen
dricks and Cleveland are opposed to this
scheme, because they profess to hare as
surance that Tilden will immediately
telegraph his refusal of tlw nomination,
and thus settle forever tho cry for thool I
IHYAKU'S Ol'I'DliTl NI I Y.
Then will come the tug of war, and ev
ery indication points to Bayard as tho
available man. Not one of the arriving
delegates has made the slightest objec
tion to him, and he is everywhere re
ferred to in the most respectful terms.
His supporters are not partisans, and no
commotion will be excited iu his interest.
Thus far liayard Is favorably mentioned
in every delegation, which is more than
cau be said of auy other candidate, Tilden
Tin: (ai;i.isi.i: movkmknt,
F. M. Helm, delegate from the Sixth
Kentucky District, arrived this morning
to prepare headquarters for the Carlislo
movement, lie reports his State solid
for Carlisle, but iu tU.f event of a separa
tion the delegates will be dividedbetwecn
Bayard and McDonald. Mr. Watterson
is making desperate efforts to secure
Kentucky solid for McDonald, and it is
generally believed here that the Carlisle
boom is a McDonald boom iu disguise.
CI KV I : LA Nil's M AN A GKBS.
A special car arrived over the Lake
Shore Boad this afternoon bearing Cleve
land's managers. Tho party consists of
Chairman Daniel Manuiug, P. .
Thompson, Commissioner of l'ublic
Works, ex-Mayor Edward Cooper, Man
ton Marble, Smith Weed, Major A.
Blucker and John A. McCall, Jr.
, i Tll.DKN' FOlt CLKVELASD.
Mr. Manning says that under no cir.
cumstances whatever will Tilden accept
the nomination, but has given instead
much support to Cleveland. He believes
Cleveland will be easily nominated, not
only on his own account but because he
is the presumptive heir to Tilden's
T 1 1 K 1'I.AITOliM OK '?t.
It Is announced that Mauton Marble,
who wrote the platform of 1S70, has
brought with him the platform of lss4,
made under the supervision of Demo
crats at Washington and containing a
mild tariff reform plank with strong em
phasis on administrative reform.
A ON K CKNT MOVEMENT.
Some unknown person has started a
movement here for Frederick O. Price, of
Boston, for Vice-President, for the os
tensible purpose of catching independent
Iiepubiicans, but iu reality to kill off lieu
Oiii Aiio, In.,, July 3. Tho Cleveland
boom struck Chicago last night. It came
iu the person of Dan Magone, Chairman
of tho New Y'ork Slate Committee- in
170, a strong friend of Samuel J. Til
den, aud a delegate from the Tweuty
sccond District; Edgar K. Apgar, dele
gate from the Albauy District, and a
leading Democratic politician of the
State, and Chas. F. Peck, Commissioner
of tho State Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Several lesser lights followed iu their
train. The entire party is enthusiastic
for Cleveland and confident that he
will be both nominated and elected.
Said Mr. Magone: "Cleveland will
get two-thirds of the New York delega
tion when It comes to a ballot in the cau
cus and that will give him tho seventy
two votes of the State. With New York
so firmly for him there can be no doubt
of his receiving tho votes of euougli
other States to give him tho requisite
two-thirds majority. I look for Cleve
land's nomination ou tho llrst ballot."
"How strong Is the opposition to Clove
laud iu New York.
It is tho same old crowd that has been
lighting us ever since Tildeu Urst ran iu
174. It is the crowd that went to St.
Louis lu 1870, and said Tildeu could
never win, and it would bo the ruin of tho
country to Lnmiuato him. It Is the same
crowd that went to Cincinnati in 1880
and told tho same story, uufortunntely
with more effect. The samo crowd will
nowcoiuc here to light Cleveland aud try to
persuade the delegates to this convention
that Cleveland cannot carry New York,
just as before they tried to argue that
Tilden could not carry tho State. Tildeu
carried it In spite of their opposition, aud
Cleveland could now carry it by 75,000
majority. Ho Is certain of it if nominat
ed, and ho is tho only Democrat that is
certain of tt. He will get all of tho
Democratic votes and forty thousand In
"What strength has Flower in tho New
York delegation '"
"There is not a delegate on tho list that
Is really for him. Flower has been used
by tho opposition of Cleveland as a stalk
ing horse, and by spending money freely
ho has been enabled to gather together a
few votes, not over ten, that are nomi
nally for him. If It came to pass, how
ever, that Flower was actually lu the
Held, and stood some show of being nom
inated, thoso votes would leave him.
They aro Flower votes in name, but not
"How Is It that there han been so much
doubt as to tho result lu the recent New
York new?" was asked of Mr. Apgar.
"Th opposition to Governor CIvolaud
Is an qxouedlnglv noisy and active one.
It alwavtr makes" Itself felt, ao (ar as talk'
roes, and lias newer yet fakUd to make an
newer yet iaua 10 mato an touuiy, mrji. v .u vW
It wlllcowfl feercJflAoiJi 1
aud will be tho noisiest thing In Chicago.
Its representatives will fill all the hotels
and talk any man who ventures to sug
gest that perhaps, after all, Cleveland
Is not such a bad fellow, almost to death.
Such were its tactics In 117'i and lu 1880,
aud such they will he now. All the talk
in tho world, however, cau not disguise
thu fact that Cleveland has a clear two
thirds majority of tho New York delega
tion." This morning, for the tlrst time, tho
appearance of the hotels indicates tho
uear approach of the Convention. Tho
allegations from Colorado, Nevada,
Utah aud the Paciilc Slope, aud a party of
visitors, 2oo strong, arrived on an early
train. Tho Louisiana delegates are ex
pected to-day. To-morrow morning a
crowd of Butler's boomers will arrive
and Batter himself will cotue Saturday
night with the Massachusetts delegates.
Chairman Barnum, of tho National
Committee, conies this afternoon, and
will open his headquarters at the
Palmer House, and Daulel M.tnulng,
Chairman of the New Y'ork State Com
mittee, arrives at tho same time, and
will go to the same hotel.
It Is stated that ltoswell P. Flower Is
coming, and will be here Saturday.
Samuel J. Itandirll, of Pennsylvania, is
also expected on Saturday.
Euough of the New York delegates are
expected to be here by Saturday to hold
a caucus of the delegation of that State
Saturday evening. Chairman Manniug
has called a meeting of the delegation
for tint date, but it may fall tnrough, as
Tammany delegates have declared that
they will not be iu Chicago until Sunday
night, being determined to spend the
"Fourth" in their own city of New York.
TIIK 1'ltONI'. GOLIATH.
'Twaa But a Little Cup, But It Brought
the Giant Down Can He
Rise Again t
Boston, Mss., July 3. There is no
feasting or rejoicing at the home of tho
modern hercules. His frieuds are grim
and gloomy, and snap and snarl at every
body who comes within their reach.
John L. Sullivan's friends are sick as well
as himself. Thu fallen champion, accom
panied by his wife, his brother Mike, and
.Mr. Dennis, Frank Moran, his manager,
and some seventy-live or more of his dis
apointed and disgruntled friends came in
on th'i 1 : :t0 train on the Boston & Albany
liailroad Tuesday night. The champion
looked haggard, pale and sick, and enter
ing a carriage he and his wife were
driven to their home in Laveriug Place.
He was immediately put to bed, and has
not been able to get up during the day.
11 is physician, Dr. Smith, says he must
remain quiet for some days, and under
no circumstances must he be disturbed,
his late debauch his told heavily upon
him, and his glaut frame is considerably
wrecked. The shame aud remorse which
he feels over this recent escapade of his
has also told heavily upon hltn.
"Is there any truth in the report that
Juo. S. intends to reform aud wear the
blue ribbon after he recovers from his
late debauch?" was asked of one his
"Yes, sir, Mr. Sullivan says emphati
cally that he is doue with s roes and that
this is his last. A reformed man he cau
yet retrieve himself, and when the people
of New York seo him again when he
faces Mitchell in September they will see
a much changed man. We have not lost
our faith in him. All we want is to keep
him away from his accursed enemy tho
punch bowl, and this he has faithfully
promised us he will do."
l'L'T UP OU SHUT UP
Case" He Accepts, There Will
Some Good Sport About the
31st of July.
Clevkland, O., July 3. The Cleveland
Driving Park has entered into the pirit
of the controversy that is going on as to
tho merits of two or three of the greatest
horses ou the trotting turf, aud conies
out with a magnificent offer, which Mr.
Gordon will accept, and which Mr. Case,
If his challenge is not buncomb, should
be glad to do. The offer is as follows:
The Cleveland Driving Park Com
pany offers a purso of 1,000, no en
trance fee for Jay-Kyc-See and Cling
stoneboth to enter aud start on
Thursday, July 31. Tho race is to
be mile heats iu harness, best
three lu live, and tho winuer is
to take the whole amount of the purse.
Entries to close Ju'y 8, and must be
accompanied by a forfeit of 1,000
for non-appearance at the post, to be
paid to the horse appearing ready fur
the start. If both horses start the forfeit
money Is to be refunded. Each party is
to select a judge, and they to select the
third. The race, if the offer Is accepted
by Mr. Case, will be trotted on the Cleve
land track, on the third day of the grand
circuit meeting, aud will be a great race
without a doubt, and though Jay-Eyc-See
would be tho favorite, it Is thought ho
would bo forced to travel faster than he
ever has before. Mr. Gordon has ac
cepted the conditions, and wordfrom Mr.
Case Is anxlouBly awaited.
Not Hard to Please.
Salt Lakk City, July 3. The Demo
cratic delegates from Utah to the Chicago
Couveutiou are Hansford Smith aud J.
K, Wllklus. Tho first choice of Smith Is
Tilden and Hendricks; second, Hen
dricks and Cleveland; third, McDonald,
and Cleveland; fourth Thurrnan. The
llrst cholco of Wllkins is Bayard,
Shot His Wife.
Tuoy, N. Y., July 3. J. Horace Joues
a restauranteur, shot his wife this morn-'
Ing, Ho quarrelled with her and finally'
struck her and rushed behind his bar,:
seized a pistol and shot her In the abdo
men. The wound Is fat il. lie was ar
rested. No Mora Guzzle For Iowa.
PksMoinkh, Ia., July 3. Prohibition
law goes Into effect at midnight. The
order of General Manager Morsman, of
tho Pacific Express, forbidding messen
gers or agents to receive for shipment to
any point In Iowa any alcohol, ale, wine,
beer, spirituous, vlneous or malt liquor,
went Into effect at noon to-day.
Maysvim.k, IiY., July 3. This morn
lng, in a quarrel over a gumo of craps,
Albert Taylor drew a knife and was stud
and mortilly wounded by Wm. Combs.
Both are colored.
Dftinngra by tli Stunn.
ItAi.TiMOitK, Md.., July S.Cuuipletd
olllclal reports received here show tho
damage by tho recent storm amounts to
more than 11,000,000 tn York County,
Fonnsylvanta, and 258,000 in Cell
County, Maryland, it wiu cost
t -Hi utuutiu.t.M tun muv
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ly marked on the outside. Charges must be
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