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CAlKn, i l I j., IL'KSliAV MORNING, JULY
NO. JJI1. j
It is a fact that remedies almost witlinct
IiiiiiiIht, already emitest the claim to cum all the III
tint Mftlii-t HUlforiiiif humanity. TIihumiiiiIh halo
I'miul them (.iiwcriiwB to miik a cure fur ilitiu.
No diseases have so balllc. I all at I i n t -4
M l rmani-iit relief oh have Itlii-umiitisiii anil Nenru!.
vH A lunir Hici-cr-w. u i .f ilir-ui'itiiiitiiii'iiU Ijito nuei-i
loop avMiiol victiiiiH flit-ruir it the w-iliilslv of
run-. K'.p centum- liny li.ne ln r.i.r-.ikud Iio.
j "Ml the power of inoui. ul i-kill to euro.
Ami yet we hay both can l.o cured, ami
that A TMi.oiTMiioK iill do th- liu-lno.-. lht U tt
(Tool that It call Uu It la that It ha. li'Uc It.
Thv. S. P.. Dcrincn, !).!., pnMor Third
(nimyattoiinl Church, New Haven. Corn, lili.-ti-li.ulii-iu
hail kept In in from the nil It f -nr up noi
iii'ihtlm at a tinnv If.- snys lie tin I pulli-red ail that
I'M' iili). aii't li Hi- link hi llrvl d"f of Am
i.mI'Hhkok i.fi Krl.lay : Huii'hiy lie wus In h pull ;t ;
Monday be wan well, aliil his rciuaiii d h, emeu.
lhv. William I'. fV.i-l.it. J .!., .;i-tr
(Mi-nreSt. M. K I'hurch, N. w H:iv-n. f v nn., uac In. I
ii' f-.rti. months w;th lefliiiniiiiit'.ry I'.l.i-uiiiiitxri,
..itf.-nMr iiii.i-t i-irrnriatiiirf torture Ai n i niiiuiioM
Hind lain, ami hi- ticliec it to U: liiCiiU'li).
II. S. (handler, i.f the N. Y. " Iml-ir-n-
ii-nt." says Ami'. I'm ii'.f.n rnri 'l him of W.i .in :i.
tiriiifmiH wh.i'h In- had aufli-n-il lor a year and a half.
Kcv. W. II. L'vans, W'a.-liiiiL'ti.ii, J .('.,
a: " I nitifiih-p iti- work alpuvt in the hi'f.t ti a
miracle. It if a iin-t wonderful ii.i.-Ll.1iu. Itol.flit
U. x .n.ai tlir.iunh-.ut tin- laid."
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tiavo a full Ami coroj.loif Urn.' nf
Lint'ii iiiiiids. I u-ti'i'-i( No imiJ, Ktc.
A hiuvy Ktofk of Ilmly l',ru- e V, Tupvr-trii-a
A fall to(k of Oil Clcthe, ail Mji'.'s and p'Koj.
Clcihing 6 Gents' Furnish'g Goods
A fail anil tomplt to ttuck i clo!ii; out
tit yri Kt hitranii.
(loculs nt Jiottmn I'ritx's!
XEW VORIC STOllK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Sloe!;
GOODS SOLD VERY Ci.GSK,
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Niurtoonth ettot ) 'oil'M 111
(!iniimnrctl A VMcni 1 ' nlM'. Ill
Patrick T. McAlpine,
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8tb 8t.,bl. Oli In heveo Jfc ConnmTctal Ave.
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2 5 Ma
JUST BEFORE THE BATTLE,
Fovorish Activity of tho Would-be
Prertidont Mukera at
Ccv-land Sscurus thy Support of tin
Cauaty Democracy au-1 T-im:aany
Looks to B:u.
liooms, big and L'.tiie, Gttt'.ing kvaJy tc
be PrickeJ in the K'jar
C11," Mi", II I. , .Inly 7. Til .- lay bi for.
tin; I -ni r li ti: Con vontion opens with
tin; !iiu uio:i 11. u !i nmru 'li.-ar y tlciimj.l
than it t-vcr In-cn hi f ,r.;. Tin; action
ol !li-.- Kin'n County ili.-ic; tt'on in ilc
c:.;i!' t.j v jIi; for (,'i vil.in I lia, it is
C0U(;c-i."l, as-11 -.-i ClfVclaml tin: sijj.jmrt
cf tin.' New Voik ilcli-' ition. Tu is yivis
him u lair scnU-oft' in the race ami tu-tlin.-cs
thi; sitii-itioii to a liht of C1l
luinl against tin: In M.
'J'ht; liotcl.s wt-ri; a-tir early this inoru
ln' ami tin; tlij ii-u:nl.s of il". h atcs ami
-o Itii ialis bewail t 1 tlil'oli the (.orritl-il'-i.
Il ii L'em.-r iliy ninl -istno-l tiiat tiii.s is to
b the bi Jjv o tin; (.'ullVctitioll u II' i the
i-vitenicijt runs j 'h. l-.ve-ry Ijo'Iv is
n aitinvr tin; riu.t of the i aliens of the
New VoTit tlelcali.ill, Wfiieh nn.-i tS at 11
a. in. Nothini; is expi-etea to In; ilolie
I- y !lie 'a'ij ii. .-ati.jiH until t.'i.; N.-w
ork liialtt r is .Jiiih.ti ly s.-ttie.l, but as
r-ooii as tln-ir a-'tion is niaile known, all
of the Mate ile-li u nii.s u ill confer ami
the i-ref. r Ili.'i S of th .- U:'.i -ateS w .li b-i
aci-ita.iie I. At this hour t:n ie is Mi.l
unei.-itauity as to Innv N-.-w Vurk -t.in.i.
It Is conci-iie'l !h !t ini iu l i. til ; KitiLM
County ot. ii. vclainl iil have forty
t wo a owe. I ii-.u.'t rs. Tue iiiiinlii-r of
tin' .'itili-Cii e.ar.l tl.-ii L'ali. s is ,-liil in
tioubt. 'J In re ar. ahout twenty uho wi.l
not v.. te for h in u;;i..s f-.rce'l t-i do s
by the unit iiiie. The r. !.. i;niM.' ten arl
in tlotil.t ino-t of :ii :a ha. bi-. n v. a fti
to -ee uhh h ay Ki: (.'oui.ty wou. I
jiin.., W'i.U:.' tin 'r eha .ci- to :ro wii.U
tiif witiin r. A majority of t;n in wi... '.;
i b'-.i- v.-.l, vot.: :'h a I'uj 'fiiy ol the
i. .v.itiou ai.'l ,-o t:nr vut- to inai-.e C.i Ve
la. nl the choice of Nv York will reach
as liij'i as liity.
t. U i:rtii;tu MauiiiiiL' h 11 hi hi- ro-un a
II- t of lotty-l'ive i!i;'.-a ..-.- Mire tor Cil.-Vi
I. u. .1, m: ii n'.i.e ih.'ibl u'. 'J h.' C leM-lai..
II. e.U claim Ciioll'l of !.; .loubt.'nl iKl.
elates oi i.ume oir wi'h tin- Ku.r
ounty li.-ii-'atioli to make t:.e Vote iii..r!
tii m tw.j-th r.N, ami tliu- .n-M"it the u;,.
I ..-.lion 'iiuki:.' one la-t 1 ff-u t f r life ')'
a'i eaiiii to the C-.iiV. hti.iU to refuse to
. coni.e tin- unit ru e il'.iv-s .-u;-j.ni t 'I
1 ;. a two-thir.is vote ol the th li gation,
'li.is is stout y 1 i 1 1 i . 1 by tue aiiti-t 'ieve
a;.il nn i). They concede tiiat ie elaml
w.li have u major. ty of th' 1 -1 . u iks, but
a two-thir Is n;aj..r.tv.
1 iiiui'.ciiati'l on tin- act: 0:1 of the KiniM
County ile l ixitioti b couiiii; known .luo.
Ke.Iy sumim.ueJ the Ta;i;:.ia:iy deU-irates
to their heaibjiiarters-i.arior (.l t.ie
rainier lb . use- ami .Jiscusseil tin; stua
t on with t hem loin: ami earnest')-. II
va.s c t'-ir that the 1 halite in affairs ha. 1
not b.-tu anticijiat.-.l at this eariy stau'i
in tiie proi eeiiiiiL's. '1 hi; iloors of tiw
h a lii;arters were j.-alously unarUt.-..
by two p.i.iceh.ea an I 1,0m.
were alio we I to ei.t- r who c. te- not re
i "Uni..'. a- linn adhen nts of 'lamtuativ
'lin.' delegates refil-i.' l to divulge tile n.
'iit of the conference, and ea 11 e:iat 1
(ir.idy, who is usually ready to talk or
any sui.ji ct, dtcilned to .state w hat ti'tc I
the deeisioii of tho Kins County de.er; 1
ti'-u would have on the selection ,.i
a coimiiitti-e. He said, how; vi-r,
tii.it it was well known what br..ichi
about tin- action uf the ).-l. atte a:. i
tint they would have to arism r for .1
to their constituents. Their actio.), ai
though U aided Cleveland, but by 11 ;
means iii-ure l his nomination, ami lie ha !
no doubt Tammany would yet be able t.i
defeat their iurjio.-e. It traii.-j.ires thii
inorninir that the conference decided t ;
appeal to the Convention to require .!
two-thirds inajor.ty to enforce the tin. I
rule, unpins in this way to defeat Cleve
land, lint the Cleveland men ciaim the)
wnl have more than a two-thirds in. ij ir:t"v
In the caucus, ami thus Tammany's ia.-l
h pe will bo gone.
The anti-Cleveland men are a'lvadv al
worK against tne favorite on the Matu
deie'.'atiotis. There is every evidence
this inoriiim; that their lit.e of ari;iinieiii
Mil be that while many of the Mates
have declared their wiiliuirni'-s to sup
port any man New York airreed upon,
they should not irive Cleveland their
support, as New York is not and can
not be agreed upon him only .so far as
the vote of the delegation is controlled
by the unit rule.
Tho Cleveland nu n claim they have the
entire delegation with the exception of
the Tammany Hall element. They recall
the Kelly war on Tiideti and his predic
tion that Tildeii could not carry New
York. Tammany is doing everything la
its fiower to make It appear that the op
position to Cleveland is not alone from
tneir Hall. It is the obvious unpopular
liy of the Coventor in many parts of the
htate, among the Irish and labor organi
zations particularly, that Is counting in
this light. The opposition to Cleveland
in New York is serious, and cool-headed
Democrats see it.
A good ileal of stgniiicance is attached
to a conference between .John Kelly and
(ieiieral Hutlcr at one o'clock this morn
ing. At the conclusion of the Tammany
caucus Kelly sent for ISutler. The tieu
cral and Mr. Kelly held a conference of an
hour's duration from which all delegates
were excluded. At its close Hutler left
the room smiling, and walked rapidly to
hi own quarters. This conference has
given rise to all sorts of rumors, most of
which are chielly based upon tin? attitude
of these two rival candidates Cleveland
mid Itutler toward the laboring interests
throughout the country.
The Cleveland men are jubilant. The
action of the Kings County delegates has
caused a noticeable, bracing up all along
their lines. They say the Flower cam
paign Is at an end, and that It has done
Cleveland good. They assert that Flower
has been played by .Joint Kelly, and his
friends uow see it. Kelly never expected
to give Flower his earnest support,
lhiyard is his choice, and Flower has
been tued as a rallying point lor tho
Unlit on Cleveland. The present ten
dency of some of Flower's friends they say
Is to seek reveiig.: on Iielly by aiding lu
the work of cramming Cleveland down
his throat. C.cveland slock Is decidedly
on the nscendency to day and If ho se
cures tho New York vote his chances will
doubtless he greatly Increased.
"Mentor," the Chicago Ili i-uld'ti writer,
In stmnri'n'T ir thff slumMon snv.
New York ami lud'atia -both tariff
;s ii pie-eiited, and a platform that
stand on, since Cleveland s
hunges upon his indorsement
In' th - New York delei'ttion. it Is linpo-
Mole to brt-u any (-innate of his strength
at tiii hour. An ! tin; uncertainty as to
I. Im leaves the other candidates in Im
'lie of the leaders of the Iltyard move
iiie'iil said in re-p u-e to Int -rroiatorlc-i
I'.v a unit" I press reporter, that "The
Mruguh; iii the NY v York delegation be
tween t,. Cleveland an I anti-Cleveland
factions will be so severe and protract-d
a- t ) L-ieatly weaken tho effect which tin;
l e t of a majority would naturally pro
duce, ami that on'this account tin; dele
.rates in ij.'iii.ra1, espccial'y outside of
New York, are looking awav from
Cleveland more and more. They be
lieved," he said, "that the struggle
a:'a;u-t. CieM.-iaud lu h's own Slate did
m.t -iio'.v the riiiht decree cf unity in
the teii-ty, and they c ni:.l not afford to
I idor-e such a candidate. If the Kings
County Vote- had been ca-t fol Cleveland
early in ih.- di-en-shm the nmral effect
n.iiiriit have been siillieb nt to have made
him a sir.. in.' can lidate ; but the feel
ins iisaiii-t him had been so fully
i!evel.,p..,i n,jiV tint the additiou
of tin si; votes coUid not conceal
the i akiicss of the New York fluvernor,
a- they save him a va ry small majority of
the deie-a'ioii. Asain, the dclliiito an
nouncement that Kings County Is for
CI' veiand wi.l intensify Tammany bitter-iie-s
rigiin-t the Governor, ami serve to
more c early show his inahility to Unite
the powerful wing of tin; party residing
in his own Mi'c,
The S'-'titieman w
given proeee. led t
strci.gth h e! visibly
lose opinion Is above
say that liayard's
increased since yes-
b r lav, as in'oved bv in iuirv anion'' the
ii'iini'ious n-'W arrival-. The Dover
sieee!i b.id been thoroughly an aly.i-d and
tin- if. iii-ral verdict was that it contained
in.'hing dain.asiti.' to Mr. liayard. There
was a. so a growing feeling in favor of
nominating a man with a pure and
v.oin'.le record, and this was a hopeful
slg'i to Mr. liayard's friends. It was
worth noting that liayard's friends were
e iiientlv more numerous in this conveu
'ioii than in that of lv, ami yet i:i that
coiiveution he divided the vote with Hau-
see. Ul I
'I h ; McDonald men experienced
s-; of In.ai t when th -y
tiiat CleveiamI Was out of
d-, ami cease-1 playing for the
ace. Mr. Hendricks besan to
do actual wc rl for the Indiana candidate,
in li'-u of li:s talk ol him for the second
p aee on Saturday, r-enator Voorhoes
and YV. 11. l'.nji-h a. so joined iu
th; work, ami the trio began bea'.ing tin;
biusli for MeDjuaid voles.
'1 lie Thurtiiati meti also came to t!ie
front with a boom for the uhloan and de
ciared he should be presented to the Con
vention in spite of the Iloadiy supporters
who wa re chuiared with using the i hio
Governor as a clo.'k for turning the m i te
over to Cleveland, The tlivMoti iu his
O". instate and a general de.,ire not to
stake the result on an October State pre
m uts .ludge Thurmaii from developing a
strehsth so far that would justily the
conclusion that he will cut a great figure
in the race.
Indeed, 110 candid. te can calculate
with any degree of certainty ju-t how he
.-tmds until trie New Yors deiemjon 'i
S. 'tiled. It is this uncertainty tli.it has
caused the b'-v.da l manacers to .nt tho
tx-Sjieaker upon the track aitf-r he
had Ueti practically "itlnirawn.
w in n the I i-nusj, . ama delegates
arrived it was announced that they
would not pu-h Kandall if the ptatfonu
was arranged satisfactorily, but as soon
as they discovered the real situation tin y
trotted out their man as an actual can
didate. At the same time th. y are cul
tivating the New York supporters of
Cleveland in a way that gives r'se to the
rumor that a combination had been
formed by which the li atidall forces are
to be turned ovr to the New York lin
en. or if he shows any chance of success.
The sixteen California delegates held
a protracted meeting iat night to discuss
the situation. The point at issue was t-
determine what should be done if Thur
nian's nomination could not be accom
plished. Win. Dunphy, the loader of
t lie delegation, has the most positive in
foi i At ion that Mr. Tilden would under no
cuii-tt ration ruu, even of nominated by
acclamation, and the Flower clement was
hard at work to convince the Califoruians
that, under such circumstances Koswell
T. Flower wouid be the man. They did
not succeed iu pledging the delegation In
favor of their man, hut their representa
tions of Cleveland's shortt oniings and
weak points resulted in the adoption of
a resolution declaring against the Now
York Governor. It was determined to
stand by Thurman as Ions as there is
any possible chance. What wi.l be
done thou is a matter of conjecture,
and knowing ones declare it not un
likely that the California vote will go
to McDonald. Iu that event J. V.
Ilreckenridge, of Sacramento, will pre
sent Thiiriuau's name to the Convention.
At this hour, 11 a. ni., the New York
delegation is iu secret session with live
policemen guarding the doors. The ex
citement is at fever heat, and so great is
the throng trying to get in and out of
the rainier that a detail of forty police
have been ordered to the scene.
CuiCAiio, h i.., July 7 1 :15 1: M. In
tho caucus of the New York delegation
the first ballot resulted: Cleveland 40;
F lower, L''.' ; scattering 4.
Second ballot: Cleveland, 17; Flower,
2l' : scattering 3.
Tammany is now making au effort to
break the unit rule.
Third ballot: Fifty votes for Cleveland,
being two-thirds majority.
Kelly's efforts to break the unit rule uot
yet successful. Adjourned.
CuiCAiio, I i.i.., July 7-s:15 l'. M.-Tlni
National Committee will present the name
of Governor Hubbard of Texas for tem
porary chairman of tho Convention.
Cincuni, July 7. John Kelly accorded
an important iutcrview to a representa
tive of the United Tress this morning. I Id
stated that he had decided to attempt tu
break the unit rule. If the delegation
refuse, he will appeal to tho Convention
with the declaration that Clcvclaud can
liot carry New Y'ork. If the Convention
Insists upon IU position ho will accept
the result, but It will menu tho
defeat o( Cleveland In New Y'ork
by seventy-live thousand majority,
When asked how ho regarded a ticket
of McDonald and Slocum, or Thurman
ami Slocum, Kelly said that Slocum was
no good; he had been false to tho parly
and was not worthy of consideration.
The other two were all right. Kcfiardlnjr
the fctatcincnt alleged to have been made
by Mr. Manning that Cleveland was
Tilden's choice, Mr. Kelly said there was
rot a word of truth In It. Two dam he-
DIED AT THREE.
Closing Hours of tho Firat Session
of the Forty-Eighth
The Legislative Omnibus Comes in at the
Last Moment with Belated Bilk
Thoueht to Have Been Lost.
The Naval Appropriation Defeated At the
Mircy of Foreign Maritime
W.tsiuNiiiov, d. C, July 7. But five
Senators were tiieseiit at ten o'clock
, The Chair announced the President's
J figuaturo to a uumbcr of bills, when
j the conference report ou the naval ap-
priij riation bill was received.
I Mr. Hale moved to recede from tho
j Senate amendments.
j Mr. Miller rof Cal.) delivered along;
J written speech as to the urgent demand
j f"f a navy. He argued that tho
il'nitel states might soon be
' ciisulf.-d hi complications with both F.uyo
i p'-aa ami South American powers which
won. a lead to war, and it was absolutely
ici e.s.try for us to bo fully prepared for
uft-'iiaive ami defensive warfare. He was
prepare I, he again asserted, to sit until
j next winter in order to dispose of this
j momentous question. Tho Democratic
j party is responsible for ' having tho
j country in tins defenseless comlitiou.
Mr. Morgan replied urging that tno
I Senator irum California had availed hnn-
se.t of an uiiju -ttipportuiiity to make an
attack upon the Democratic party. He
wuut.d a navy not as threat asainst man
kind, hut for the protection of mankind,
and was opposed to taking stops for tho
immediate construction of a large naval
force on the grouu I that it was needed to
Mr. Conser said the Setiat; could not
afford to recede from th amendments to
the bid, sine.; the country needed ami
demanded a powerful navy.
Mr. Hawley also spoke as to the crv
it g demand for a navy. W ithout a uavv,
iu the event of a foreign war, all thai,
wou.d be left to do wouid be to submit
to a cowardly peace.
Mr. Hall said nothing could be gained
by coutiuulng the controversy with tho
House. It would be wise for the Senate
The motion to recede was then agreed
to and the conference report adopted.
A resolution was adopted agreeing to
adjourn sine die at two o'clock.
Uu motion oi Senator liayard the thanks
of the Senate were accorded to Hon.
Geo. F. F.dmumls for the ability, cour
tesy ami Impartiality with which "ho had
presided over Its deliberations.
Senator Aiiisoii, Chairman of the Com
iriltieo on ApproprNitii.ins, made a brief
r tateiuent ill regard to the appropriation
biiis, showing that there was a
total increase of .Sl'.hnuiOOO over
those of last year This inc reuse
arose largely from the fact that last vear
there was no river and harbor bill, while
this year there were over 31 t,000,i.nd ap
propriated for Internal Improvements,
The miscellaneous appropriations were
also larg'dy increased. Keferring to the
debate on the navy ho stated that next
year he had no doubt Congress would be
as liberal in appropriations for the navy
as ever before.
About half au hour before the time
lixed for llnal adjournment, the l'resident
sent to the Senate tho nominations of
Geo. II. Sharpe of New York, Thus. C.
Iicynolds of Missouri, Solon ( I. Thatcher
ol Kansas, to be Commissioners to ascer
tain the best modes of securing more in
timate international commercial relations
between tho United States and the several
countries of Central and South America.
Henry I.. Thomas, of Washington, D. C,
was a'so nominated for the'position of
Secretary to the Commission. These
names were promptly confirmed by the
Senate. Just before two o'clock the
Senate, while in executive session, passed
a joint resolution extending tho time for
final adjournment to u p. m. This was
sent to tho House and agreed to.
During executive session time for ad
journment was extended to three o'clock.
There was nothing done until s:4j
p. m., when the signature of the Presi
dent was announced to several enrolled
bills. Mr. Allison then said the business
of the session was closed, and moved
a formal adjournment. This was
agreed to, and Senator F.diiiunds made
the closing address, which was well
worded and touchiugly delivered.
The House, lu the absence of Speaker
Carlisle, who left for Chicago at three
o'clock this morning, was called to order
by the Clerk.
Mr. Kandall offered a resolution that
Hon. J. C. S. P.lackburu (of Kentucky)
be elected Speaker during the temporary
absence of Speaker Carlisle. Adopted
Mr. Iilackbtim ou taking the chair
thanked the House for the compliment
and said he would endeavor to deserve it.
Tho clerk was directed to Inform the
Senate ami President of this action.
liecess was then taken until 11 :30 a. m.
Reassembling at lhiiD the House while
waiting for action by Senato ou the naval
appropriation bill, took tip and passed a
number of pension bills that had been
passed by the Senate and reported by tho
House Committee on Pensions.
F.rror having occurred in theenrollnient
of tho consular and diplomatic appro
priation bill, a joint resolution was
adopted requesting the President to re
turn the same.
At twelve o'clock the session of Satur
day terminated, and the House at once
went Into Monday's session.
Tho Secretary of tho Senate coinmuul
catod a resolution for final adjournment
at 2 p. in. which was at once adopted,
A resolution for a committee to wait
upon the l'resident was adopted. Messrs.
Itandall, Turner and Htscock wire ap
pointed on the part of the House.
Moro Senate pension bills were passed
and the calendar cloarod of this class of
Tho consular and diplomatic appropri
ation bill having teen returned by tho
President, tho Clerk was Instructed to
insert in tho bdl the paragraph providing
for the South American Commercial Com
mission accidental y omitted in tho en
rollment. it throe o'clock, tho hoar fixed for final
The End of the Present Session of Con
Wasiiimiii.s, July 7. -The first ses
sion of this Congress Is dying quietly
without any incident. The galleries of
both Houses are comfortably tilled, but
there Is little or no excitement or bustle
about the capital. The l'resident came
early and has signed all remaining appro
priation bills excepting tho nvv bill.
This ineasuie, owing to Miller's amend
ment added to tho bid last night, which
was non-concurred in by the House, has
furnished fuel for discussion this tuorti
lug. At 11:15 a motion to recede from
the Senate amendment was adopted.
A linal adjournment will occur at two
MissQuri River Commission.
Washington, D. C, July ". Nomina
tions of live gentlemen to compose the
Missouri Iliver Commission provided for
in the river and harbor bill, were sent to
the Senate this afternoon and promptly
confirmed. The Commission consists of
Garland C. Hroadhead, Missouri ; Win. J.
liroatch, Nebraska; Major Charles K.
sutor, Alexander Mackenzie and Oswald
H. Mriist, of the Engineer Corps.
Yellow Fever and Cholera.
Washington, D. C, July 7. The
Marine Hospital Service Is informed that
yellew fever has become epidemic in Kio
dc Janeiro. 1 he cholera has disappeared
JSAsjE 1IAI.I. liKKYITIKS.
Score of Games Played on Saturday,
St. Louis, Mo. Metropolitans, 1:5; St.
). Cineinuatis, 17; Ath
Ky. l.rooklyn-i, 0; Louis-
Ind. Indianapolis, IJ;
-liostons, i; Cleve-
Allesheii) s, 3 .
al mis, 0.
Washington, 1). C St. Louis Unions,
; Nationals, 1.
Iioston, Mass. liostou Unions, 17;
Kansas Citys, o.
lialtiinorc, Md. Baltimore Unions, 1;J;
l'h iladelphla, Fa. Keyston
Buffalo, N. Y. Uuffalos,
1 1. Columbus,
IVorias, si; Fort Waynes,
I'uincy, 1 1. Quiiicys,'.'; Terro llautes,
St. Paul Minn. Saginaws,,3; St. Pauls,
Toledo, O. Toledos, 3; Wash'uigtotis,
Detroit, Mich. Detroit:
Stillwater, Minn. Muskcgous, I; Still
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Is; Alie
Cincinnati, O. Cineinuatis, 4: Hrook-
Indianapolis, .Ind. Indianapolis, hi:
Louisville, Ky. Lotiisvllles, 5; Palti-
Kvansville, Iud. Lvansville, 5; Ken-
Dubuque, la. Dubuques, il; Chicago
How They Stand.
The following tables show the standing
of the various Association and League
Clubs up to and including Saturday,
Metropolitans :il II
l oluiuluis :i ;
l.ouisvilles Iil) l.'l
riuciiuiiuis ira it
Si. Louis :.ti j;
Athletics 2- Lll
Italtiuiores Sa 17
lironklyns ;; :,
Toli'ilos iu ;,
AllcLdiettys. It ;i
Indianapolis 1 1 .11
Wa-hiinrlons 'j yi
si. Louis :;i ii
llaltimore S7 pi
Itogion -j-, ),
WiisliiiiL'ton j; en
Kansas ( il v a n
l'hiladeiihia 10 as
Itoston ., :is
rroviilence :iii H
New York : mi
llilltalo S'i 23
I'hifiuro. . SI Sii
I'levelitud so :."i
I'lnhnlelphia I'i :IS
Detroit 11 ii)
A DllADWiKU) DELUGK.
A Distructive Storm Which Does Much
Damage to Property and Stock.
St. I'aI'i., Mixx., July 7. A Dead
wood special to tho l'iwer-Press says:
"A cyclone swept over tho valley eight,
miles north of this city at four o'clock
Saturday, doing great damage. The
heavens were Inky black, and an angry
roaring forewarned tho Inhabitants. The
track of tho storm was about three
fourths of a mile in width and exteuded
for a distance of four miles. Thunder
and lightning, rain, hall, wind and the
ugly funnel were characteristics not to
bo mistaken. Houses and out-buildings
were swept away, fences blown down,
great Ileitis of grain pounded Into the
ground, and much stock killed and
maimed. Many persons were badly in
jured by flying timbers. The damage
to stock was very great. The storm pro
ceeded toward Ked Water aud False
llottoni. It continued about fifteen min
utes. Ilapld City reports the appearance
of the storm lu that locality, with con
slderublo loss, lucludlng 100 head of
t Shot On Bia Way Homo.
Titov, N. Y., July 7. Martin Hensry
was going homo accompanied by his
brother last night when he met a party of
foar. An altercation arose and one of
the four drew a pistol aud fired. Martin
(ell shot through tho neck and died In
fifteen minutes. Another shot wounded
his brother. He will recover. Julius Sa
balt, Walt Drier, I'hlllp Dalue and Henry
ytn'lfi whi are believed to be thi assail-
f J V'e' b t) '
yutfiiAN RbiViLlJ I
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica.
Lumbaqo. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Wore Tl.i. .at. selllK., Npmlnii, IlruUei.
n ai i, in mat ii.hiii.y i-ins u i him.'
SoU Ij 11,,.,,,,,, l,..,l,r,e,,r,re, ,ir:.eut..tK)ttu
lnr.rti ni in II Mmmju. '
TIIIM IIAItl KS . VOUH.HI ( rt.
. i. a iumsit, liip.,J.,C.S..
To SMOKERS of Blackwell's
Genuine Bull Durham
This Pperial Deposit Is to pimrnntec tho
payment of the 'JS premiums fully described
in our former announcements.
Tho premiums will be paid, no matter how
Email the number of l.an returned may be. ,
Of.ct Itl.irkirtll's llurh'im T Kirri Co..)
Ca.'iifT Htnknf Purft.iro, D.irAam, N. C. '
PF.AB Slll--S,) lllri.iffl y 1 1 ,6().J, which
rir-,w I'ltee r,n Siwuil I)i.i.it tn nny .r:iiiiiinm
f'.p ulir cinl ty t-.tiin'co biws to 1m ri'tnpiii'il l)si
lith. Veum truly, J. S. CAUH, I'r.'flJuLt. .
OJt -t f thi r, ii.t nf Hurh m.)
Jh,rfi im, .V. C, J.iy 111, lt,)
J. S. C.Utlt. F.-g..
y.ji. r. 'irlfirr I'i Purhiim T harm Cn.
Pnn sin - I li.ivc t. nrltn.nvli..li.'p riwipt of
tl, '.'. ki fri.iii you ulueli we tmve I'lati'il ui'cn
Seixaal Deneit n-P flu nlen't y.ui -rifi.
'Yours truly. I'. A. WltEV. Cashier.
Xeno ipioniiuu with.ut I'ii'turu of li I'LL on the
ISec oia- other aunouncemcnta.
LIVER COMPLAINTS. 7
"''"'"so it acts on tint I.lYKll, HOWF.I.S and
hll)Nt.S at tho nmo timy.
Beoanso It cleanups tho system of tho riuion
ou humoru that dovelopo In Kidney and Uri
nary Diseases, BiUouaneM, Jaundieo, CoiiBtlpa
tion,, Piles, or in Baeuraatum, Nouralifta, Ncr
toiu Uinonlers ond all Female ComrHoiuM.
' t tfSUUU I'KuuV of TUi.i.
rr xrcLs, euaaLy crraa
By causing FHEE ACTION of alt Uie organ
ana runouons, Uiercby.
CLEANSING tho BLOOD
restoring the normal power to throw off disease.
THOUSANDS OF Cisrs
of tho worst forms of theso terrible diseases
bava becaqiuekly reueved, and ill a sJaortuiS
HU E, (I. l llJl llMlll nuc, MILD Ul DUrCdISTS.
Drv can bo sent m.n
WELLa.EIClIAilDSON & Co., Buriinirton. Vt.
3 S.n.1 seuiip f.-r llirjf Aiiuinim: f..r -4,
Totlui ru'i'iD of Ihn tonrlsf, commercial traveler
anil new n'ltn-, ll.'Hti'livr'a Snunacli Bitters la
ptTiilinrly niL.pto.i. ciiii-ii Ii ftrei uili tit the illgea
1 i e oreiniH, me I lirueis dm iiLy.-ieul eneryles to
H!ilie.'iihliil Ii llm-ni-i n. L r mown and prevents
nHluriitl fever. ci)iistiuiti(iii, ilyspepsla, bciilthfuily
Htiin ti'iitcw tin Idiliii'vs mill nimbler, mil enriches
lin we.l as purillcs t liu lileml, When overroruo by
fiiiluue, ivLuiiu r mental or phyiel , the wimry and
lii'hilllicuil li in t it it reliable source of renewed
s'r.'i;nlh im I futiifnrt
l-'or mle by nil dm n!j!8 aiul dealer tfonerally.
ilus ihiiuus plaster U
famous for its ijulilc
and hearty aitlen lit
curing Lams Bark,
Kheunint lam. Delation.
Trick In the ltack, Side nr IIlp, Neuralula, Stilt Joints
t.i.l Muscles, Hero Chest, Kl.liu y Troubles and all pains
or aches either local nr de tHM'ateil. It Soothes. KtreDLrtli
emi unit Stimulati s the parts. Tho virtues of hops com
bined with Kunis ch illi and ready to apply. 8uK-rior to
liniment., lotions and salves, l'ru o ib conU or s for
flits and countrr A lilcP 11 I
t,.lvn Mnil.-.l on v... sStimfcsSsT
ecipt of price. J .j,
I'liisfrr Ounimny, Pro
prietors, lhwton, Mass.
y-Thi.Ust family pill nuidu-lia ley's Stomach swl
l iver I'llls. Wo. t'li'ii-nnt in si-flcnnml nurlnUkr.
V'le.w ilebllK v, pxhaiulvtl
olrl'. preuiniuro ileetiy
ami l.uliiro tu iMTform lll'r's
ll lilies prulierly aro OMIiwd I.
Hi'.'i -cs, I Till it (if jroillll, .,
will I: ml a iH'if.'rt. and UstliiK
r.'-torinon to ruliu.l lirHlll.
A l7,SjH?MArSTON fi
v v r ' Nei..iei' sii.iiisrn unii-slsJV'--Ji'
flll -IV.M.S lie hill
t nml Vlif oroii miinhooU in
i 11' " "i vnm im mil ty an.I
iS S'ht .lelll U.'l'lviiini7imiiU
lilfirCMful brssiisn hamul mi p.rl.-.'t ilisirniiiiM,
new n ml tllrr.-t niclhoils ami alonliite Ihnr.
iMisrltiM'.s. I'iiII liilormsiion a-iii Trwatimi
il i$ cOOe ft