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CAIRO, ILL., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 10,
TT A T
DTliink, JiM-t because you
have, been Miffi-rlng terribly
ON T wlt'1 l!w'um:iUsin or
1 1 ralifla. tlwt you must always
coniinuo to suffer.
Nor tliink just because nobody has been
able to cure you or your friends, that Neuralgia
ii nil libfUiuuiL-.ta uro incurable.
Think that a cure is im-
T possible Just bt'catiHO tint
jiliyslelans have been unable
to accomplish It.
Nor think that beeaun ATiU.oniorins
Im not been known ever wince the foundation
of the world, It will not cure liueuiuutUiu ami
D, Neglift the testimony il
Clh T the huudri-dsof sufferers w ho
U N I have tiloa ATiii.OHHOiio.-4 ana
I are now BouM ami hearty.
Nit think that because you have tried
fifty other tilings that falled.'that Atuloi'Uo
kos Is) like them.
Don't be discouraged I The very
thing that Kill cure Rheumatism and
Neuralgia is ATHLOPHOROS.
Don't be Skeptical! ATHLOPHOROS
has cured others, It a7 Cure YOU.
If you cannot if t ATiiLoi-Hnriosif your ilntirlnt.
will wuil it i-'!i i-atd, p-ii-ict i if regular
pr-ieo-on .In liar 4-r l.t.-. i in f. r that ym buy
It fri'in ymir ilriiir.-t, t.ut If lie lia-i.'t it. do lint l
i-riiil. d tn try Kiiui.lhii.if iIm:, but Older at oueo
rr.m uh a (Lp-cled.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WILL ST.. HVH YORK.
J. W. HEXDERSOX,
No. r.iiOnnmen iiil Ave,
.'loli A iron t fin tli'- Cflobrafi'il
Mai.tifai t::r'T ai-l lear In
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work,
!KAIMC.UTK1;S I Oil
ltu!ld rn' Hurilwareai.fi Vv rnt.-m To !-. Tm'e
anil I'm kft ' u-.i-ry, .t..t in mc l.i.-kft. it.ig.-ra
liru.' I'lntuil Ki.lv-. Furs" nim ti.e.ii", I .mime.
Imu Wnre. 11 r.iu Lartlii-uwari. Wn l- Mountinn
Kr'fSr, Water ( ".. it, lb -fri'-rrn'ori, Ciotties
Wringer. row n F;uier. St.-p Lalderf, (iard'-n
Illliilrmrnt. (n.lileR MnrOil mhvh- t.i't m til'.'
world, l.xtiip of every tIi.Tt: tior. Elsin I'll.
Carp, t Sue- m, t(u-r iM.h-w. Itrootiin, W in
flow S.;m-i ii V re I .i.iii, l-'u:l u t ' j ol Kii-h ng
'I in; !iht" .'. ro'"t butt '"i pr!r".
i.riirr I. 'id ttiit i ' mi in- r i.: a' A v. nil1 , 1 uiro. 111.
JJmm It!. LXCK,
Manur.Mr-.r and Dealer In
fitb S'.n-ei, bt-iwei-n I'uri'l Ave. und Levee.
CAIIIO ILLINOIS j
CIIOKK IiORINV, A SPECIALTY J
ALL KIN!S HP amc.vttion.
if Jteju'red. All Rir-daol K Mnl.
Golilstino it Jiiisenwater
130 Ac 138 Com'l Ave.
have f:i!l and corrpk'to lino (if
Linen OootN, r.ustcrs, N'otiuns, Etc.
A heavy stock "f Body Bruti-e:, Taper
triin aiid Inuraiu
A fall ctiw'k of (ill Clotlif, all glzes ami prices.
A fail and compute stock i cloioutfout
at threat bargains.
Uooda ft Bottom lricesl
K"EW YORK STORE.
WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL.
The Liiri;! Variety Stock
in Tirji": (JiTY.
OOODS SOLI) V ERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Ninotecmh ptioct PnirA 111
:ommrcla!Annu i aii.'. m
The Regular Cairo raducah Daily
m GUS FOWLER
1IRNKY K. TAYLOH, Master.
UEOKOK J0I1U8, Clerk.
leavoa Piducah for Cairo dally (Sundays except
ed) at 8 a. in., and Monnd City at 1 p. m. Ketnrn
lng, leave Cairo at 4 p.m. ; Mound City at & p.m.
A BLONDE BEAUTY'S CRAZE
Unhappily Wedclocl to a Rich Man
Old Enough to bo Ilor
Mrs, Mulleran, of Bunker Hill, Illinois,
Conceives a Guilty Love for Her
Husband's Hired Man,
They Elope, and She is Arrested in St.
Louis, but Says She Will
Try it Again.
Sr. Lot-is, Mo., July 13. Early yes
tertltiy morning Sergeant Ilree, of tho
Union Depot, receive I the following tele
IJ -.KKit lln.t.. I i.i... -July n.-Di'tnui Mr'.
.M.i.l. iull mini 1 unm.-to M Li u N. 1 inn lii-r
M-ti r. bi- N im ntally ib-raiui.-'l. Mi-iiiiiii
uit. bliunli' hair, bloi- eu . i-arra-s a re' I
Bull ln.-i; uiri.'l thii ty-llvi.-. H. M(.ilU.l.;on.
Accordingly Sergeant Uree placed hid
men on the outlook for the woman, whom
Oltici r Ilai ney Jlurke spotted as soon as
the Hunker Hill train urrived at the de
pot. The lady got off tho train, mean
dered about the piatfiirm a short time and
entered the ollice to purclia.se a ticket for
Camden, Mo. The agent Informed her thai
the Camden train had left. She started to
go up town, but was headed of)
by oilii.-i r Uurke, who politely infonr.oe"
ht-r that a telegram tidvMiig her deten
tion had been nceiM.-.l by the police, ami
he gave her the choice of remaining U
the waiting room or iroing to the l'olll
Court. In a very ladylike manner bin
said she preb-irtd remaining in tin1
waiting roiMii. ulLer Liurke was sur-pri.-ed
at hi-r coolii'.ss, and explulucd V.
her the nature of the telegram, at whici
she seemed highly amused:
she related to tho ollioer was as fol
lows: About liftmen years ago, wheu she wa.
a coy and innocent maiden, he w as 1--o
into a inaniai'e with Mul'eraii w ho wai
a wealthy larmer near Uunkcr lliii, aiii
who, ehe says, was ag'-d enough to behel
father. The life -he led was out
ol misery coiiM-quent upon thi
grvut disparity of their ages. Abu:i'
lour years ago, however, the oi!
man hirol a farm hand who was n' vi .
cut out by nature to bo a farmer. Sue!
at h-ast was her opinion. This "hirei,
man" by the affability of his maniien
succeeded iu making her life less ir.isi r
abu-, and in about a year, Mr-:. Mu;!-ra
avers, they became unduly intimate, an'
managed to keep Mulleran in the clari
about their relations until some sx weeks
a'i, when he- Mulleran) suddenly bo
came aware of the little gamo that wa-ti.-i:
g played upon him. 'losay he wai
furious would bo puttiug It mild.
UK WAS WII.Il.
To avoid trouble the pair packed up an',
eloped to Camden, lnit Miss MeUreegor,
her sister, and Mulicrau came in hoi
pursuit and overtook the couple befort
t!iey arrived at their destination. Mrs
Mill; erau consented to go home with ln. i
sUterand bu-b.m.i, but before she Icll
lu r companion tliev arranged a p,'.i:ib
which they would meet thereafter. Vs
te-r'lay tnoruiiiL' she escaped and boarde-"
a st. I.ouis train, with the re.-ult at
lbr si.-ter airived shortly afterward
aud corroborated the story. Ueforc re
turning with her sister sin) took i nlici. i
Uurke' into her confidence, telling h'.ni
that the next time he got away she woul I
go to Camden by a circuitous route so a?
t ballh; pursuit, ''l-'or," she conclude 1,
'-I'd go to the ends of tho earth for my
Jack, and they're not going to keep nu
from him. I'd sooner h ive him without
a rag on his back, than the old man with
Mrs. Mulleran is described as a neat
appearing young woman, somewhat ol
the diz.y blonde order. She is a native ol
1 N T K 1 1 V I K W I X 1! L'TI. K 1 ' .
The General's Nou-Committal V ay
Disposing of Ambitious Reporto
Nkw Yohk, July 13. General Cutler,
at the Fifth Avenue Hotel yestoway,
denied himself to all reporters. Senator
Grudy sent in his card aud was admitted,
but on coturug out he told the reporters
that the call w is purely a social one.
The General left the hotel at 8::.0for
Washington. As he reached tho sidewalk
a reporter accosted him :
"Are you going to support Cleveland?"
the reporter asked.
"Yes," said the oeuerai, auu tneuaitcr
a pause, "o, ies .o.
"Which do you mean,'" me reporter
"Did you ever," asked the General,
"hear the story about an irresistablo
force coming In contact with an Immova
"Yes, but what Is tho application?"
"Well, I am the immovable body and
you are the irresistablo force."
"Are you going to support Cleveland?"
the reporter again asked.
Yes no," was tho unsatisfactory an
swer. "Did you have a conference with tho
It was impossible to make General rut
lertalk. He evidently has not got his
plans perfected yet. He took the nine
o'clock train for Washington.
A Corporation Usurping the Functions
of the Government and Maintain
ing a Standing Army.
NiasoNVii.LK, 0., July 13. As pre
dicted In these dispatches that something
would soon develop in regard to tho
strike of the miners of the Hocking Valley
against a reduction in tho price of min
ing, yesterday morning a crisis was
reached. Tho operators have threatened
for several weeks to import Italians to
tako the places of experienced miners,
and at fotir o'clock yesterday morning a
train bearlug thlrty-threo Pinker
ton Guards and lorty Italians
pulled In quietly and went
an.nedlatoly to W. B, Brooks & Son's
mine, section nineteen. Besldo tho
guards who arrived on the special train,
eighteen others who had beun here sev
eral days, wero also placod on duty.
Here teuts wero pitched ami sentinels
posted iitu) opcratlous begun. The
l'lukerton man, armed witu lG-sraot re
peating. rlies and three Enjgll8hbaH,.dog
revolvers of 4g-culil)re, uro prepared for
any emergency. Military discipline Is
rigidly observed and no person is allowed
inside the picket lines without a pass.
At Snake Hollow tho excitement Is at
fever heat, and groups of miners can bo
seen iu every direction discussing tho
situation, although no threats of violence
have been made. The Importation of
foreign laborers Is deprecated by a ma
jority of the citizens, who think It merely
tin experiment calculated to force tho
miners to accept tho reduction. It Is
reported hero that the miners have dis
armed the 1'inkertou men at New Straits
ville, but it lacks continuation.
At Huchtel, Ohio.afewmilcsfromhere,
the town is under control of a uniformed
and heavily armed force of Piukerton's
men, guarding tho property of the Co
lumbus i Hocking Coal and Irou Com
pany. The citizens, principally miuers,
naturally indignant, applied to the Sheriff
of the county for an order restraining the
guards from patrollug the village. Tho
action of the operators In this particular
is censured, as it is calculated to causo
trouble. The Mayor has sworn lu a num
ber of extra police and the city is well
How long tills situation of affairs will
continue cannot be said, but should the
guards lire on the miners, bloodshed may
bu expected. The miners have made no
trouble, but are not willing to accept
further insults, They are receiving aid
from miners from this State and Pennsyl
vania, and are prepared to hold out.
GouM Sulla His Stock.
Nr.w Youk, July 13. Jay Gould has
sold his interest in tho Mercantile Trust
Company. The par value of the stock
held by Mr. Gould was about 130,0'."),
and it Is understood that he received U'5
tents on the dollar for It. Ho purchased
it at about eighty cent-. It is said that
th.- stock was bought by the Equitable
Life Insurance Society. In speaking of
the transaction, Mr. Gould said he had
been annoyed by reports that he was
largi-iy dependant upon the Trust Com
pany for aid, and, iu consequence had dis
posed of his interest. He had never
borrowed money from the Trust Com
pany. Several stoiies regarding Mr.
Gould's retirement are current. Une is
that a difference arose between Mr.
Ciould and the ollicers about a transac
tion that Mr. Gould wished to have the
ollicers make with him.
Andrew. Andrew, Too Much Polities
Eath Slada Theo Mad.
.Vkw Havk.v, Ci i.v.n"., July 13. Tho
members of the Connecticut delegation
to Chicago, except one, arrived homo
yesterday. Charles II. Andrews was left
at a lunatic asylum in Toledo. After ar
riving in Chicago, Andrew became ill,
owing to excitement. Physicians ad
vised that he be taken home. He grew
worse, and at Toledo became so violent
that it was found necessary to place him
under restraint. He tried to ki.l him
elf by leaping from a hotel window, bui
was restrained. Hu is a manufacturer
a:id has a large family.
A Missies Bank Defaulter Arrestal.
ViiitTLA.Ni, Our.., July 13. A man
named J. G. Cotton, passing under tho
name of Jay George, lias ju.st been arrest
ed at Ft. Towuscud, W. T. Cotton is
Identified as the missing bank cashier
from Newton, Iowa. It is claimed that
Cotton owes the bank Sil3,"0'.'. The
money, it is alleged, was lost in wheat
speculation, aud'Cotton came We-t. Af
ter his apprehension (. ottou finally ad
mitted his identity. The authorities of
Washington Territory uotilied the ollicers
of Newton of Cottou's arrest, an I re
ceived instructions to hold the defendant.
An oi!i -er is now on the way with a requi
sition to take the prisoner back to Iowa.
Still Evading the Law.
Yi.ii'Mjsii iw x, O., July 13. Mayor Camp
bell decided yesterday that under the re
cent Scott law decision, the city had no
power to regulate tho time of sale of
liquors, other than ale, beer and porter,
as long as the particular room in which
these were sold or drank was closed at
the time prescribed in the city ordi
nance. Most of the saioou keepers keep
a whiskey bar ruuniug all night.
A is'tlMCKEX COMMUNITY.
Death-Dealing Boiler Explosion Near
Bi.oo.mi.nuto.v, Ixi)., July 13. News
has just been received here of a terrible
boiler explosion near Harrod-burg, In
stantly killing Win. Collins, John Carter,
Wesley Carter and Win. C. Graves. It
also seriously injured John Peed, Billy
Graves, John Fordvillo and A. Callahan.
Hardly a home In the neighborhood but
has some friend or relative among the
dead or dying.
Boating at Conneaut Lake.
CoxxEAi'T Lakk, Pa., July 15. Morn
ing opened bright and warm, water placid
and smooth. All mcu claim to be In excel
lent condition except Hosmer, but he ex
pects to contest the race to the finish.
The indications aro that the record of
l'0-oO will be beaten. The trains arc
crowded and fully 30,000 people are ex
pected to be present. The cotirso is one
and one half miles aud turn, and the race
Is to be rowed in heats of live each, the
two leading in each heat, making six, will
row the final heat for the grand prize.
Pools are selling: Teenier, favorite;
Gaudaur, second; llaium, third. The
llrst heat will be comineuced at four
o'clock. The final aud two consolation
races will be rowed to-morrow.
Por.TLAND, Mk,, July 13. Pour fisher
men were drowned at the Columbia Kiver
bar yesterday. Several others aro miss
ing, and it is feared they have met tho
Excitement at Owensboro, Ky.
Louisville, Ky., July 13. -Great ex
cltemeut prevails at Owensboro, Ky.,
over the lynching of Pichard May aud tho
murder of Jailer Lucas night before last.
The negroes aro terribly excited and aro
openly making threats against the County
Judge who ordered tho guard removed
from tho jail. Trouble Is feared and
armed special police patrolled the streets
'last night. The Mayor will ask Governor
Knott to order out tho militia.
To Bo Tauirht Their Duty.
Baltimore, Md., July 15. Doputy
United States Marshals Beckott and Pea
cock were arrested this rooming at Bal Air,
Md. for refusing to obey any Injunction
Issued by tbe Harford County Court In
tho caso of Thurbor & Co., Now Yorkj vs.
Oliver ct al. of Harford County.
WITH ALL ON BOARD.
What tho Masts of a Sunkon
Schooner Rovoalod to Harry
Ihe Dreadful Tidiuga of a Father, Mother
and Two Brothers Drowned at Sea
With All tho Crew.
My God, Boys, That's Father's Schoon
er ! God Help Them, They're
Capk Mav.n. J., July 13. Yesterday
afternoon a party of men while Ilshlng
observed the masts of a essel stickiug
up out of the water, aud rowed to the
wreck. "My (Jod, boys," cried Harry
Williams, "that's father's schooner.
God help them, they are all lost." Tho
young man then fell in a faint. The
schooner was the Deborah Divardy of
Dennisville, commanded by Captalu
Frank Wiliiauis. On board were the
Captain, his sons, John aud Frank, his
wife, the steward, aud two deck bauds,
names unknown. Tho schooner Is
thought to have left Boston four weeks
ago, and since then nothing has been
heard of her. It is supposed sho sprang
a leak and .-auk with all hands.
1'OISUNKI) J!Y II Kit SEIIVAX'T.
An Exiled Mexican Woman Returns
H,ni9 to be Murdered.
Ei. P.v-i, Tlx., July 13. Quito a sen
sation was created hero over tho death of
Mrs. Sellers. A man named Straws has
been arrested on su-picloii of being her
murderer. Mrs. Sellers was a Mexican
woman, about tifty years of age, and be
longed to an old Castiliau family. Her
name was Mrs. B. l'arrasa wheu she mar
ried Mr. Sellers, who is an Amer
ican. Her family has been connected
more or less with the trouble)
iu the Mexican Government. Sho aud
her husband were compelled not long
ago to tlee from the City of Mexico. All
the family have been killed except this
woman and one si-ter, who is still iu
Mexico. Mrs. Sellers and her sister aro
owner- of an estate in her native coun
try. Wheu Mr. Sellers and his wife went
in the Might to California they negotiated
tho sale of the lands. As he could not
return to Mexico, sho concluded
to make the trip to transfer
the property. Sho started with
Straws es her conildant and tcrvaut.
Soon after her arrival hero she was taken
violently ill and died. Sho was supposed
to have had 1,700 with her, but only so
was found by the Coroner. She had been
buried but a post mortem was ordered.
When Straws was found he was wearing
her riugs and had some of her jewelry
sewed in the liniug of his vest, Tele
grams have been received from California,
a Wuf tho ollic rs to hold Straws, until a
deteive now.' on tho road can arrive.
The prisoner is supposed to have a part
ner, The deceased just before her death
said In Spanish, "I am poisoueil."
Will Support Cleveland.
Nkw Yoiiii, July 13. A meeting of the
Tammany Committee of the Fourteenth
Di-ttict was held last eveniug. Mr. Hen
ry Bischoff, Jr., said: "The newspapers
have intimated that the Tammany Democ
racy will not support the nominees. We
have rested under the imputation of hav
ing been false to the party. It remains
for us uow to put tliis slander at rest."
The fol.owing was adopted unani
mously: ..WiV', Tlmt wo, the Tammany As-nein-tifin
(if tile l-'iiili-teeiitli Di-itrict, trive to t'le-vt-laml
and ll'-iiili iek-i our hearty suppnit.
L'oi-.bv', That we ileiiuiinee as a traitor ntnl
lintlt for iis-eiciution with linnest UemuiTiiis
liny pei-son who, j rofes-iint' to bu sin h fails
In ilia hearty support of the i0 ninees.
Shot Dead While Tryingr to Escape.
Little Pock, Auk., July 15. Gilbert
Clark, a colored criminal was shot dead
on Sunday at Augusta, Woodruff County.
He had been granted tho privilege of car
rying water to tho Jail, whenhesuddeuly
sprang over the wall and lied. Jailer
Ferguson pursued him a milo through the
dense forest. Wheu overtaken, the fu
gative attacked his pursuer with a club.
Jailer Ferguson drew his revolver and
shot him, death resulting in a few mlu
utes. Robbed Hor Husband and Ran Off With
Toi-EKA, Kvs., July 13. Mr. Heme, a
promiuent stock-raiser of Dickinson
County, left homo to come to uh'us city
few days ago. Ou his return he found
the following note :
Kind Samuel When you road this I will bo
far aw ay. Do not attempt to pursue me. UJO
with the mini to whom mv lather lol'iised nW
innri i.me. May (iml forgive ine, but I can rmt
resist this step. Protect Oi:r children. tn
w rite no mure. JtKiiKfrW
With the recreaut wife went 4,000,
the proceeds of a stock sale which the do'
luded husband had just completed and
handed over to his wife for safe-keeping.
The paramour is a gambler of Abilene.
STKl'CK U' LHiHTNIXLi.
The Southern Hotel Visited by an Elec
Sr. Louis, Mn., July 15. The Southern
hotel was struck by lightning this morn.
Ing ubout oue o'clock. Tho electric lighj
within tho Fourth street entrance drew
tho Hash. The report was very loud,
and tho guests were badly frightened,
but there was no damage, as nothing
but tho electric light wire was struck.
Suspension of an Indianapolis Bank.
Indianapolis, Ind., July 13. Fletchoi
& Sharpe's Bank suspended this morning.
The announcement fell like a thunder
clap from a clear sky. Tho bank has a
paid-up capital stock of $200,000, and
tho principal holders aro Ingram
Fletcher, Albert E. Fletcher, and Thos.
il. Sharpo, whoso aggregate wealth Is
not less than 1,000,000. Tho following
NOTICE WAS I'OSTED!
Owing to our Inability to roalUo on our
securities wo regret to say that wo are
compelled to suspend payment. Our
property Is ample to pay all doposltors as
soon as It can be converted.
Tho belief Is that tho bank will In time
pay out in full, as It Is supposed to bo
tho most solvent In tho elty. It Is Im
possible to get nny statement, at tae
ollicers of the bank Imve looked everybody
out, . . .
William Wallace has been uppolnted
tssigncc on a bond of 8300, bo j.
run was also begun ou tho Bilsln
gers' bank, a small private coucern,
whoso depositors aro principally Ger
mans. Considerable checking ,ls being
done on the Indianapolis National from
small depositors, aud a general ruu ou
all batiks Is feared.
UASK J5AI.L llliEVITlEsJ.
Score of Games Flayed on Monday,
Boston, Mass. Bostons Unions, 12;
St. i.ouis Unions, 10.
Clevelaud.O. Bufl'alos, 13; Clovelauds,
Washington, D. C Nationals, 4; Chi
cago Unions, g.
Louisville, Ky. I.oulsllles, C; Alle
gueuys.'O. Indianapolis, Ind. Metropolitans, 0;
Indianapolis, 1 .
Philadelphia, Pa. Cincinnati Unions,
1U; Keystones, 8....N0W Yorks, 3; Phila
Columbu.-,!). Columbus, 13; Washing
Providence, P. I. Providences, i);
tu'iucy, I!!. Grand llapids, 'J; Qulii
Stillwater, Minn. Bay Citys, 0; Still
St. Paul, Minn. St. PauN, bj Mus
Baltimore, Md. Baltimore Unions, 15,
Kansas Citys, g.
Detroit, Mich. Chlcagos, 0; Det.rolts,
Terre Haute, Ind. Peorias, 7; Terro
Minneapolis, Miuu. Saginaws, 2; Min
Trenton, N. J. 'frontons, 0; Allen-
National Educational Exposition.
Maihsd.v, Wis., July 15. The National
Educatioual Exposition at Madison was
formally opened yesterday and Inspected
by a committee of eminent educators and
public men. The exhibit comprises all
kinds of school and university work, be
ing strong lu the Industrial, art and
kindergarten, departments. Iowa, Indi
ana, liliuois, Minnesota and Wisconsiu
have complete exhibits, and other States
large collections. Tho Froebel lu.-titutc
of North America and the State Teachers'
Association of Wisconsiu met the Na
tional Council of Education last evening.
aud li.-tened to a report on "Pedagogics
by Dr. W. Harris, of Concord, and
"Preparation for College," by Dr. Moss,
chairman of the joint committee.
Frelinehuysen' s Precaution Against
Washington, D. C, July 13. Secre
tary Freliughuysen has adopted prompt
aud effective measures to prevent tho in
troduction of cholera into the United
States. Ho yesterday instructed tho con
sular ollicers at Loudon, Liverpool, Mar
seilles, Havre, Bordeaux, Bremen aud
Hamburg at once to appoint competent
pliysiciaus to inspect all vessels and pas
sengers departing for the United States
from those ports. These consular ol
licers are instructed to refuse cloau bills
ol health ou all cases except upon tho
recommendation of the Sanitary Inspect
or. Tho consuls are Instructed to report
by cable any case of Infectious or con
Kicked to Death.
New CcMuns row n,U., July 15. During
a quarrel over an old dispute yesterday,
G. W. McNeeiey kicked Lewis Brumley
in the stomach, inflicting Injuries, which
resulted iu the latter's death in a few
hours. Both men are highly respected
and prominent citizens. McNeely has not
B.u.riMoKE, Mu., July 15. A receiver
has been appointed for J. B. Pieter & Co.
Catholic publishers. Liabilities, 10,000.
Gladstone hastily summoned the Cabi
net. Cerver was reinstated as President of
The Mayor of Toulon was attackc d
Win. II. Howard, wholesale neckwear,
Minister Taft leaves Viouua to-day for
Cornwall was returned to Dublin and
remanded to trial.
Seven men were burled In an embank
ment at Parker, Pa.
Fire on the quays at Smyrna caused a
damage of 40,000.
; Burget & Hart, wholesalo boots and
sUbes, Toledo, O., assigned.
Additional arrests at Dublin In connec
tion with the Cornwall affair.
Grasshoppers aro destroying the sugar
no iu tho Stat,o of Vera Cruz, Mexico.
Loom-fixers In New Bedford cotton
mills struck against a reduction in
The Treasury Department canuot sup
ply any more I notes until about Au
l!ev. George Jacobs, pastor of tho
Bethel Eniith -.Synagogue, Philadelphia,
Sixty female stitchers lu
factory struck against a
n Lynn shoo
Philadelphia Is taking stops to bo prop
erly represented at the New Orleans Ex
position. Two thousand French inariues will
start for China August 3 to jolu the
A large portion of Persia Is devastated
by Hoods, and the cottou crop Is practi
Wm. T. Kailcy, Postmaster at Cam
den, N. J., was arrested ou a charge of
B. D. Uuford & Co., plow mauufactur
crsof Pock Island, HI., assigueil. Lia
There Is great excitement among work
lngmen at Versailles, and a placard
makes a call for arms.
Three cases of cholera ono fatal aro
reported from Alexandria, Egypt. It Is
claimed they aro sporadic.
Iu an accident ou the Brooklyn &
Coney Island Railroad, a number of pas
senger were badly bruised.
An anti-papal demonstration at Rome
would havo caused serious trouble but
for the intervention of tho police.
Tbe Hon. Bobt. Henry tyttleton was
married at Joodon to MIm Edith Hant
lay, daughter of Cha. Bantley, the
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From these sources ri-I.-h thi-en tVmrtlia of
the diseases of the human nice. Thoso
symptoms linliouto thotr existence: I.oaa ol
Appetite, Ifoivi-U costive, Sick Head
nelie, fullnem nftcr eating, averaion t
extrtiou of body or luiiul, lurnctatioii
of food, Iriitnhlllijr of temper, Low
aplrits, fee Unft of buying neglected
mine duly, li"iiiess, lTutierln at tho
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tlmt Imvo dotio mo any good. They havo
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iiieii(iiu, KKiti iiiBcsts reaimy, ana 1 now
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TUTT'S MANUAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FREF.
If you arc bilious, dyspeptic
or constipated, a few bottles
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cure you as they have many
others. An occasional use of
Hons and Malt Bitters gives
tone to the blood, strengthens
the nerves and promotes per
fect digestion. Do not be
persuaded to try something
else, said to be just as goou,
but get the genuine. For
sale by all dealers.
HOPS & MALT
Ub. I HUH,
swat uh mm mmm -
rrrn p.kst TIllXG KXOIVX
In Hard or Soft, Hot or Cold Water.
oirrs LABOR. TPIK anil MAJ:
TJ.ii v in.l Hives unlvfnti" ssotkimi
fiii ly rich o"ir, shoiUd be without I.
o i h. .11 Orocorl. UEW A R R of ImltetlfflU
Sfl'dosT," 'd to mislead. rEAhUKK la to
r L HA ' labor-saving compound, ami 11
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