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CAIKO, ILL, THURSDAY JIOKNTXG, JULY 17,
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Think, jui-t ler-aufo yon
have been BiilTiTlnt,' terriw
i iON T wl,n Hhemnatlsm or Neu
i J V ' . r.il(fl:i,tlwt you mustulwiiji
" ' coutlnuo to surfer,
"i.r tJiink just because nobody lias been
'. t o cure yon or your Mends, that Neuralgia
Tliink that a cure is in
n Kl T PsslMo J"st because tii
IVJN I physicians have been unable
L to accomplish lu
X' : iliii.k that because ATHLornoitus
ft. . n'.i fx on km wn ever flnee tho foundation
of the W'jilU, u will not cure ULeumatMn uni
j Neglect tlio .liinony r.i
"MnI T the hundred -if'; HTcremvno
I 4 I have trli"'. druoiios ami
lJ I are n ". aU'J hearty.
Nor think that 1 c-caiisc you havo tri l
fifty other things lh.it iallcd,"tli.it ATUI.OlTlo
ko.s Is like tlicm.
Don't be discouraged! The very
Kin that ill cure Rheumatism and
.' walgia is ATHLOPHOROS.
7n't be Skeptical! A THLOPHOR03
has cured others. It it; Cure YOU.
If you rni"tifft ATHLOWIORosnf yrnir ilni.nrii't,
! Kill (K-rnl it eir.-n paid, rwiiit nvuLr
prim-one dollar r l.ttl... i t f. r that Jon 1 "iy
It fpim y'.iir (lrwirt. but if ! lueii't it, '1" iet us
i" iviuil. 'I t try iniiiiitliii.,? i-lw, bill order at oi;ee
from uh a d reeled.
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tt W. IIEXDEltSOX,
No. llltCominerciiil Ave,
2(i!o Ayont fii tlio (Yk'hruU'il
Mai.ufmt'ircr asd Dealer In
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Vork.
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mid iVv.-ki.-t Oiti'Ty, be-t in Ibe i.ir't. Itou'era
lir.i".' I'imed Knivl x, Fnric una ;,,,:., (.rn'iitif
Iron Ware. It r lu Kartb.uwar.v Wn l' MoniitH'o
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CIIOrCB IIORINO A SPE.-JAT.VY
ALL KIN ItS OP A'lrS'1 1'ION.
"iafen tnrrci. Ai! Knl ol Ken M ;u
Golilstino & Kiseiiwiiter
130 &: lo6 om'l Ave.
have a f i'.l ami rom;'li'te liiu- of
1)1 IY UOODS,
Lin. 'nuiils, I ib ii-'r-1, Notions, Etc.
A lie ivy clo.-'u o1 IS.n!y I'.rtl '; f, '".per
tnca mill li,i:raiu
A full Miwk f (.p. Clotlu, nil elzes and prices.
Clething & Gents' Furnish'g Goods
A full ami io:npli te itock 1 s clooliij? out
at Krea'. lni'K'i'iis.
CSoodH at Bottom I'rioos!
EW YOV.K STOKE.
WnOU'LK AND RKTA.IL.
Tito I ar. V.viety .Stm!)
(iOODS SOLD V K-RYGiiOSK
M..W YOltlv STO.UE CO,
frr. Nil :ct...."r.ihtroot) P-lil'ii I'll
i omirj'ircial Avfinnn '..I.Jli. ill
'J hi) Kojiiilar Cairo & 1'atlno.ili Haily
!li:SHV K. TAYLOR. MafU-r.
UKUIiUE JOUK.-s. (Jierl:.
l-.avcp V utitcah forCilro dally (Sumiavg evocpt
ed) at 8 a. ni., and Monud City at 1 p. m. Ituhirn
I il', loye Cairo at 4 p.m. s Moan.l City at 5 p m.
J-J 111. ls OJJ,
M&nufactiirt-T an.l D . lT In-
60f AHEAD "OF THE OLD MAN
Mrs, Mullorou, Onco Moro Pull9
tho Wool Ovor tho Eyos of
G. r.vin' Spooney After His Econcila
tiou Ho Takes Her Shopping in
And Waits at the Front Door While She
SpccJi Away on the Curs to
J-r.n Hsr Lover!
I.oi.is, Mo., July 10. Mr.s. Mull
cian, tho Uunkor Hill Moii'lo who cloijcd
on tUu Uth lust, with her hulmil's
"hlrtil man," an uccou it of which ap-p'.-arc-l
in yt.sttrilay'.s diipatchts, carried
iut tho scheine h.' ini'i. luted, to tho of
Dci.r.s at the L'niuii 1 ot. Ycstenluy
; ft'-ruoon he told herhu.V.'.iml at Hunker
Hill that sho would like to -.;o to town to
d j some shoppiu. As lie hud been rc
coiiellod to h r ho consented, and they
diDve to Hunker Hill In Mul'cran's bucj'.'y.
Mrs. Mullet an entered a dry goods .stow
and remained so lon that her husband
linady became alarmed at her protracted
stay inside. When ho made an investiga
tion he found that his faithful
WIl-K u w ri.owx.
lie drove back home in hot h'te and
notilled her brother, who immediately
prepared himse.f and boarded the. In
dianapolis i .St. Louis train for this city.
When he arrived here he Kind to his
chagrin that his siw had ju I taken the
train for Vak nda, Mo.
After leaving Muiltraii at tin- o;v oods
store, his w ile step; ed oi.t at a : ,e door
and took the j p. ui. tr '. i, arrhiu' at the
l.'ulon Depot at ;:. 1 1- r i she was scon
by oilieer Kiekham, who kept her in tow
until the H;4j Wabah steamed up. It is
needless to say that this W the train she
took for Wakenda. When her brother
came in to Had that his sister had once
more escaped him,
UK w s ni:i i's,
Aeuldliht if., red in his eye and ho
;mvo vent to some rather hasty remarks.
"You can bet," he said to Kiekham,
"thai I'll come up with her, and there
will be no foolina this tim V
'Whit will you d"V" asked the otli.vr.
"Do." he thuiivlered: "just wait:
That woman's father and n.other ar' over
seventv-three yiars old, and this thini;
will kill tin in.' We all read the accotiut
in the apeis, and the old folks were
prosti-atcd with 'rief. h..-'s a nice kiu I
of a sister to have, isn't she? '
At the ticket o.'lice Mrs. ."luUeran iirt
purchased a fare to fan: en, and aiter
ward to Wakenda. h was in com
pany with another won: . i when she ar
rived on the I. -v S. L., and irave out that
this woman was her sister. This, how
ever, is contradicted.
KANSAS KKl'flil.IC AN-.
Meeting of tl a State Convention -Probabilities.
Toit.ka, K July 10. The State Re
publican Coi.v. ntiou opens here at four
this afterno .:, and the city is full of dele
gates. T!k- Conservatives are trying to
make a p a '.to. un that will satisfy the
i'roh.biuuiists and not alienate the auti
l'r.ihlbit: c:ists. Hon. John A. Martin,
editor of the .!.('..; Vn-iMi-i-ii, and
cx-Secretary of the HepuMican Natioual
Central Committee, will be unani
mously nominated for (ioveruor, as his
opponents have withdrawn. The two
most prominent candidates for Lieutenant-..
ovcruor are .Indue Allcr, of Leaven
worth, and Senator Kiddle, of Ciirard;
each has an almost equal number of del
egates. James Smith, present Incum
bent, and Win. lliggius, of Topeka, are
candidates for SecrcLiry of State. Audi
tor MeCauo (colored) will be nominated.
K. Stanley, of Law rence, .1. . Lee, ot
Manhattan, J. W. Lawhead and II. C.
Speer, of Topeka, present incumbent, and
two others arc alter the position ot u-
perinterid.'nt of Public Instruction.
vi:oiiir.mo ioi:s I'ltoiiir.rr.
All That the Re-publican Fuzzlers of
Iova Can Do is to Reduce the Re
Ci.DAit Bu'ids, Ia., July 10. After ten
days of the prohibition law in Iowa about
eight-tenths of the saloons are still open,
dispensing (mum) reform pap and other
noni.itoxlcating beverages. One-tenth
are e'esed and the remainder are selling
in defiance of the law. This latter state
of affairs exists in the river towns where
the temperance workers are obliged to
combat public sentiment, yet the
disposition on the part of the prohibition
ists to enforce the law everywhere and un
der a'.l circumstances has become mani
fest, and they announce their determina
tion to deal summarily with open vio
lators, while a corps of spotters aro at
work where ground for suspicion of se
cret selling exists. In the lutcrior of the
State the law is very generally observed.
An examination ol the police records of
this city for the past six mouths revealed
tho fact that prior to the 4th of July, tho
day on which tlio new law went into
effect, the daily average of "drunks"
picked up was seven. Si"co the -4th but
two arrests have been ma ,u for drunken
ness, though the police, fearing lest they
might become like Othello, have skir
mished with zeal. A man who had not
drawn a sober breath for a year until tho
supply of liquor was cm off ten days
since said yesterday he had tasted no
spirits since, and was fast clear
ing his system of ale hoi. "Devil
ish nervous I was at tlrst,"
ho said, "and I thought of
leaving Hie State. But I'm g.-ttlim used
to it now and I am beginning to teel like
a new man. In this city of 18,000 people
one can not bu : a glass of lager or a drop
of spirits. The druggists stand on their
dignity r.t ih- stringency of the law, and
rcfUM'"' i i;;ake app.lcation for permits,
and I s .i ally a lact that liquor can not
lie obtained Irom any source excepting
from physicians, who till their own pre
scriptions. This action on tho part of
the druggists is founded on the hope that
the public may becoi.iu disgusted with
tlio law and deiuml its repeal,
and murmurs arc beginning to be
heard. The prohibitio.. legislation, which
has wiped out of existr:-.: i the breweries
and beer sellers ot lb - Mate, and made
liie monotonous to th i uigglst. Is cred
it d to the Republic.! party, and the com
lug election it Is expected will show the
re enltnent of i ho foreign element ut loast.
llereto:oio the Oruuii vote In Iowa has
hem alii, 'i-t solidly Republican. Tho
sands of Bohemian voters, a proportion
of whom have cast their ballot for Kepuh
Mean candidates In tho past. Now it H
f-ald tho (ieriuans and Bohemians will
vote Democratic to a man In tho future,
and the result will bo tho election of
Democratic Congroineii and Member!
of the Legislature lu somo Instances, unl
tho closo clipping of the big Republican
Precaution Afjalnat Cholera.
Washington, D, C., July 10. Tin
Surgeon-General of tho Marine Hospital
says: "Collectors of Customs along tho
coast have been notilled that persons from
Infected districts are reported leaving
there by other than French vessels, and
have been instructed to require tvldei'ico
that none of the baggage o! Immigrants or
returning travelers has been shipped from
Infected districts since June L'oth last.
Instructions have also been issued to
cu-torns oilicers to cause tho disinfection
of rags and other freights of this char
acter coming from infected districts or
those deemed liable to bo Infected." Tho
oilieer In charge of the National Board of
Health says that while lie does not think
there is great danger of an epidemic this
year, he does expect and believe that wo
sball have cholera In this country this
year or next. The subject is much better
understood now than it was when our
last epidemic took place, and wo may es
cape with comparatively little of it.
Ni:w Youk, July 10. A special from
Cleveland, u., says a cut In passenger
iites from Cleveland to New Y'ork and
.turn lus been inaugurated. The price
I tifteen dollars for a round trip. The
nt is made by the Nickel 1'lato and West
ihore. o.d tickets are being used over
lie West Shore Hues. Competing roads
laim that old tickets should have been
itiicelled, and unless they are called in
Ley will cut rales too. Commissioner
link will probably remedy matters at
Handed for Wife MurJer.
Jackson, Miss., July 10. Albert Miles,
olored, was hung in Natchez to-day for
fie murder, in cold blood, of his wife in
lepteinber, lsJ, at Deadman's Bend, on
Ai.io.v, Ju.., July 10. lohn Lettington
fas shot and seriously wounded by John
Soyd, baggage-master at the C. & A. do
"it at Godfrey, last evening. Boyd had
ink-rod Lettington to go away from the
Lpot, when he was attacked by the
Utter. Boy d drew his revolver and tired
,t his assailant, tho ball entering his side
list below the last rib. Lettington was
irought to this city and is now lying at
iio hospital in a precarious condition.
8oyd lias uot yet been arrested. His act
ti considered justl liable.
Nkw Lonho.v, Conn,, July 10. Charles
I'rentiss, one of the oldest whaling cap
tains of New England, dropped dead of
ipoplexy in Governor Waller's oilice to
day, aged seventy.
Excitemar.t in the Hocking Valley.
Ci'U-.M lies, O., July 10. A special from
rVelsouville, Ohio, states that one-half of
Brooks' Italian miners left him this morn
ing, and it is rumored the rest will come
Mit to-day. Great excitement prevails in
the valley to-day.
Coal Miners' Convention.
l'nTis n.r.K, 1'a., July 10. The miners
tjf the Amalgamated Association propose
to co-operate with the bituminous miners
in sending delegates to the Pittsburgh
f onvetiti.n, July -!.
Freik-ht Trains Collide Two Firemsn
St. Lous, Mo., July 10 Passengers
who arrived this Aorning on tho 'Frisco
Line report that they were delayed late
last night at Dixon, Mo., by a collision
which occurred between two freight
trains. It was at the top of the Dixou
grade, tho train going west having two
engines. The three engines were
wrecked and a fireman, who-e name
could not be ascertained, was crushed to
death between tho tender and engine.
Another tlreman was badly crushed and
will not live.
Tho 218th Ballot and No Choice.
Canton, Ii.j.., July 10. The Republi
can Congressional Convention of the.
Tenth District, which has been in session
since yesterday, has just concluded its
L'lsth ballot without a choice and ad
journed for an hour, tho vote standing
l'5 for Clark E. Carr, of Knox; Jg for
Starr, of Peoria, and :'l for Gray, of Ful
ton. Struck a Gas Well.
Washington, Pa., July 10. A heavy
How of gas was struck on Miller's farm,
two miles from the McGuegau well, at, a
depth of 1,100 feet.
Inferior Quality of Russian Coal Oil.
On. City, Pa., June 10. Mr. W. It.
Smith, just returned from the Russian
oil Holds, says that they can never com
pete with those of Pennyslvania. The oil
Is so Inferior that It must bo mixed with
American oil beforo it can be used. It is
impossible to make a high tost oil of it.
Tho wells also are costly to drill.
Will Accept the Governor's Invitation.
Madison, Wis., July 10. Six thousand
delegates to the Educatioual Congress
stood before tho east entrance to tho
capitol this morning while addresses of
welcome were delivered by Governor Rush
and Mayor Stevens. It was tinauimousiy
resolved to accept tho Governor's invita
tion to a reception on Thursday. Tho
city is full of enthusiasm.
ltOUltKD JIV MASKKIH.
Stage-Coach Robbed and Mall Bags
San Saba, Tex., July 10. Tho San
Saba and Lampasas stago was robbed
last cvcuingthrcc and one half miles from
Sentcrlltt, by an armed band of highway
men. Tho passengers were ordered to
jet out and hold up their hands while the
robbers went through their pockets aud
relieved them of their valuables. Tho
mall sacks were cut open and tho regis
tered packages taken. Tho highwaymen
were armed with Winchester rllles and
wore black half masks.
A TechnoloffloaT Bequest.
Boston, Mass., July 10. Ry tho wilt,
of tho lato Wm. Perry, of Brockton,
Mass., tho luKtitute of Technology will
rceejyp.j hf.qur-s o , 000 . ...
A DEATH STRUGGLE,
Awful Fato of a Collector of Rail
road Faros Ovor tho Great
St. Louia Ericltra.
Returning o:i Toot From His Last Trip
Ho is Knocked Prom tho Strncturu
by a Passing Train(
Heroic EfLnts at Self-Preservation by tha
Doomed Man Exhcetotion Out
St. Lous, Mo., July 10. At nine
o'clock this morning an accident occur
red at the big bridge which resulted in
the death of a bridge collector amid cir
cumstances exciting and dramatic. It
appears that Charles Pulty, who has been
eight years In the service of the company,
had made his last trip across the bridge,
collecting fares from outgoing passenger
trains, and had started to return on foot.
He had ouly reached tho center of tho
first arch on tho east side wheu ho en
countered a Chicago A Alton train bound
for Ransas City. He stepped quickly
aside and stood still, but it is thought a
protruding step of tho mall car struck
him, for the next Instant ho was
I.IKTKU INTO THK AIR
and hurled into the water. Tho terrible;
spectacle was witnessed by many per
sons ou both .sides, but no assistance
could reach hi:n. Tho man struck tlio
water with great force and disappeared
in the splashing waves. Everybody pre
sumed he had met Instantaneous death,
but a moment later Pulty rose to the sur
.aee a long distance below and struck
ut mai, fully to save himself. Those who
law him battling with desperation for his
lilo sent out cheer after cheer of eucour
igeineiit, while several ran to the ferry
boat for aid. The boat acted as promptly
ts possible, but it
Nol' ItKAClI HIM.
Pu.ty sustained hiuiseif for nearly uvO
,ards, swimming aud floating with tho
turre.it, and it was evident he had once
lieui a powerful swimmer. But tho
lioubie s.iock of his collision with the
I ruin and the w ater had consumed his
K.-eegth, and before the ferryboat got in
helping distance he threw up his hands
Mid disappeared. Pulty resided at l-'ll
Lami street, and leaves a wife and four
fhildreu. lie was a member of the A. O.
U. W., and a faithful employe. A reward
of ji.i is offered lor tho recovery of the
Wanttd to Kill an Eiitor.
CiiAi:n:-i'oN. S. C, July 10. A few
days ago Mr. Thomas, the. editor, pub
li.-hed in the C'iem w .Vki an account of a
conference of Greenback banks at Cash's
Station, S. C. Johnson, of Marlboro
Couutv, participated iu this political con
Havo and was greatly incensed at the use
of his name. Johnson followed Thomas
into a saloon in Beunettsville, S. C, an
demanded satisfaction. Thomas struck at
him, when Johnsou drew a pistol aud would
have killed liiin out for the timeiy inter
vention of friends. Thomas iias put ou
his war paint, and dares Johnson to at
tempt his pistol practice agaiu. Mr. Hen
ley, editor of the IIW-oV.o'o (N. C,)ltrUl
j no'; has stepped into tho ring and de
nounces Johnson as a dirty scalawag and
bully, who will ouly attack harmless edi
tors and defenseless women. Several
days ago, according to Henley, Johnson
horse-whipped his two daughters because
they had spoken to a young man against
his express commands. The beligereuts
all live iu a warlike section, and lurther
developments are looked for.
'HeMakoth it to Fall Upon tho Jusl
And on the Unjust."
PIT VINO TKAliS.
Wau.saw, Mo., July 10. Tho heavy
rain to-day has revived the fanners'
drooping hopes, and all the crops
VI A 1.3 OF WRATH.
Makshai.i., Mo., July 10. The heavy
rains yesterday morning and last night
proved disastrous to wheat iu shocks
along the creeks in this county. A. .1.
McNerncy, living on Salt Fork, four miles
north of here, had over fifty acres of
wheat swept away. Other farms along
the creek suffered iu like manner. Tho
rain was the heaviest of the season.
An Aggressive Campaign to be Iur
New Yokk, July 10. The Executive
Committee of the Republican State Com
mittee determined yesterday to hire for
the State Committee headquarters dur
ing the campaign tho house formerly oc
cupied by the Army aud Navy Club. The
house is in West Thirtieth street, near
Broadway, and is a part of the Gllsey
House. It Is a four-story building. The
headquarters will be opened at once.
The committee aunounced tuo early In
auguration of an aggressive campaign.
They will bo In session daily uutil the
close of tho canvass. The Executive
Committee of the National Committee
met iu tho morning and discussed some
of the details of the canvass. They ex
pect to begin tho distribution of ag
gressive campaign documents next week.
Tho speaking campaign will begin in
Maino about August 1st. S. B. Elkius
was In towu. Ho said that a vigorous
campaign would bo made in the Southern
FELL INTO BAD COMl'ANV.
A St. Louis Drummnr, Stranded in Chica.
go, Betrays His Trust.
Chicago, III., July 10. W. S. Rex, a
young and woll-appearlng commercial
traveler, was arrested In his room at tho
'Sherman llouso yesterday by a detective.
Rex's homo Is In St. Louis, and he is a
salesman for Bohm Bros. & Greenllold,
manufacturers nnd w holesale dealers lit
cloaks, at No. 3'JO Broadway, New York.
He was Intrusted with truuks containing
$1,500 worth of samples aud sent out on
tho road, but was lost sight of until hoard
of lu this city.
Ills story Is that ho ran out of funds In
St. Lonls and sold live cloaks there, coin
lug to this city with the proceeds. Hero
his baggage was detained at the Chicago
& Alton lUllroi.d depot for eight dollars
duo for extra weight. H managed to
liavojtpn tjrjijikjj Jransred to thirstier
nan House, and then sold eighty-five
cloaks to Partrldgo i Co. for ?300, a sum
said to fall far short of their value. It Is
stated that Rex spent tho money in hav
ing a good time with tho delegates to tho
Democratic Convention. Mr. Greenlleld
announced that the matter had been set
tled to his satisfaction ami that he would
not prosecuto tho prisoner.
1I.V.SE BALL UUKVXTIES.
Scoro of Oames Played on Monday,
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Oj Brooklyn,
Boston, Mass.-Bostonsl; Providences
Detroit, Mich. Detrolts, lljChleugos,
Columbus,!). Columbus, 1; Washing
Cincinnati, O. Cinciunatls, '.); Haiti
mores, Quincy, III. Grand Rapids, 0; Quiu-
Stillwater, Minn. Bay Citys, 5;
St. Paul, Minn. St. Pauls, 2; Mas
Cleveland, O. Buffalo-", -'; Clevelands,
Washington, D. C Nationals, 4; Kan
as Citys, g.
New York-New Yorks, i; Phlladel
Toledo, . Athletics, 10: Toledos, 7.
Struck by Liirhtninp and Stripped ol
C.uuo, Ii.i.., July 10. Four milesabovo
lore, during a heavy thunder shower yes-
erday, a colored man named Gus Morris,
nith ids mule, sought shelter under a
urge oak tree, and :i bolt of lightning
.truck it, splitting it to tho ground and
inockod Morris and the mule senseless,
(tripping tho negro's clothing, shoes and
itoekings from his body, and tearing up
he ground. The mule recovered and
darted in affright across the Held, drag
ring tho unfortunate negro, who clung to
ho lines with death-like grip over the
oiigh Held, llnally checking up in a fence
.oruer, where he fell exhausted. Mor
is regained his senses, but will die.
i Wif .'s Perfidy and a Mother's Crime.
Bi:i rsviixi:, ., July 10. This village
aid neighborhood is greatly excited
iver the inhuman abandonment of a baby
y its mother, aud the hitter's subse
pient elopement with her husband's
lired man, taking with her $2,000 lu
reeubacks. The .story in brief is as fol
lows: William Scholes is a wealthy farm
it living lu the northeastern part ot
Seneca County. His farm, a very largo
ne, is mostly devoted to gnu
ng, Scholes luakiug periodical
'.rips to tin; eastern market
with cattle.' Three years ago Scholes
luairied Eillo Summers, the beautiful
daughter of a neighboring farmer, also
well to-do. The union was blessed a year
iigo with a daughter. The foreman of
Scholes' farm wa' a
HANlvsoMi: YOCSG STocKMAN
named Scuarp, who had been iu his em
ploy for over a year. Two weeks ago
Scholes started lor Buffalo, expecting to
be gone ten days. Two days before his
departure Seharp obtained leave to go to
Steubenvillo to see a relative who was 111.
Three days after her husband left
.Mrs. Scholes visited a neighbor's and
caid she was going on a visit for a day or
t vo and requested them to keep an eye
on tho house. Nothing was thought of
the matter until Saturday evening, wheu
Scholes returned. Rapping several times
in vain at the door of his house, ho con
cluded that his wife had gone ou a visit,
and forciug a window he entered.
A SK'KKNING OlOlt
greeted him, and hastily striking a light,
he proceeded to his wife's room, where
he was horrified to llnd the partly decom
posed body of his baby lying on the door,
evidently starved to death. The dazed
aud mystillcd father at once gave the
alarm, and a search for the wife was
begun, but without success. The quest
resulted in the siguliicaut discovery that
$2,000 in greenbacks was also missing,
aud as one of the neighbors recollects
seeing the hired man about the farm the
day Mrs. Scholes made her visit, the con
elusion is that she deliberately abandoned
her babe to starve to death and eloped
A Porsistent Agitator.
Ottawa, Ost., July 10. The Govern
ment has beeu otllcially Informed that
Louis Riel, who led the Red River re
bellion lu IsTO, is leading the half-breed
agitation in tho Northwest in regard to
settlement of claims against the Govern
ment. Riel, since his expulsion from the
country, has resided on tho United States
Bide, and has been always regarded as an
agitator, aud it is believed that his coun
sel has led to nearly all tho trouble tho
Government has had iu seeking to quell
An Ingenious Escape.
Snixw ati:i!, Minn., July 10. SUUe
Prison ollicials have beeu keeping the es
cape of a prisoner ou Saturday very
tpiiet. His name is Howard, and he was
lu for three years for robbing a jewelry
store In Minneapolis. He crawled into
n smoke stack of a thrasher and with the
machine was loaded on tho cars. After
being for two davs and nights concealed
Without food or drink, he got out at Min
nesota Transfer, midway between St.
Paul aud Minneapolis, aud took to the
Butler's Surgeon-General Suicides.
Sai.km, Mass., July 10. This morning
Foreman Johnson at C. G. Calley's farm
in Hamilton, who was Surgeon-General
on General Butler's staff during the war,
committed sulcldo by hanging himself in
a baru. No cause Is assigned for tho act.
The Nation's Educators.
Madison, Wis., July 10. The Capitol
City never presented a more brilliant ap
pcaraucc than it did last night In honor
of the National Educatioual Association,
which began its Convention yesterday.
Tho attendance includes noarly 5,000
teachers from all parts of the United
States and Canada. Tho Capitol is illu
minated InsWeand out with electric lights
aud over tho eight entrances to the park
ro arches ot gas jets In red, white nud
Tho session of tho Educators opened
with devotional exercises and vocal and
ln8trnnicntal music. Addressos of wel
come will be delivered this morning by
Governor Rusk. General Falreulld and
others. President Ulcknell's address
will be thu niado. loo Governor will
girt grand reception to-night. Ten
oeacJ.es from New Kugland arrived yoii
tcrdiiv aftiM-noou well filled with visitors.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbaao. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Sore Tliroiii, Hn piling. Mprnlna, llrnlie,
Kuril. Mralil. Front lille.
in Al l. olioai iioiiii.v riiss u jiHIS.
Soli If Urug4i(l .(. 1 O.-.Itr. evrrrvhere. Viti Cill. bottll.
lMrwti-u. lu 11 L.uua..'..
THK ( II VI.I.I S A. VOGU.KKCO.
"niKMiui. NwjiLiH I'u j B.lliaian, Bd., C.S.4.
Health and Happiness.
9 CO AS OTHERS
(T&yUr 5" HAVE DONE.
Are your Kidneys disordered?
' Kldm-y Wort luounhc me from mv irie. lt
I wer... rtf Ur 1 liU In-fri Kicn uj l.y 13 Iwnt (Ln'tor In
Uviroll." jL W. iMerntu, lluctuiAc, luiua, Ulcu.
Are your nerves weak?
"KMti.'.v V..rt cu'cU urn from n-rvuti,( wtaknew
o., af i. r I km not . xie..t.',l to Un.." Ura. M. U. U.
Uwtlwiu, td. Lhrutiau Af.mifur, Uuvelaud, o.
Have you Bright's Disease?
iailnej VCntc cured mo when mjr wnler w Jut
Uku cbullc aui Urn lik blood."
Suffering from Diabetes ?
"Ki.lii.'T W'ort MnDiiiofet BUfi'Hwful remedy I bar
erer Udc-d. Ghfcfi almo-t Immediate ndier."
Ur. l'hmlp C. UuUuu, Uuuktoo, Tt
Have you Liver Complaint?
"Kldu. y-Wort cured mu of chruulo LiKr Uuwaaei
after Iii.-nv.'d to die."
fTiur Ward, Into Cut Mtb. Sat. Guard, X. T.
Is your Back lame and aching?
"Kidney. Wort, il buttle) cured me Uto I waaao
lamo I bad to roll out of Led."
C. M. Talhuatftf, Milwaukee, Wli.
Have you'" Kidney Disease?
"Kldn. y-V. ort mil ni. Houmlln lleer aud kidneyi
ftfreF ye.'iri of utiriut'ivKsful doOoiimf. 11 wortb
$lt)abux."-SamT Uoden, WiUiauulown, Wci6 Va
Are you Constipated?
"Kldn. y-Wort canvg i-n-y etacuutiomi and cured
mo after lij ycara us. of o'thcr nu dloinen."
Jivboii FttlrohUd, bt. Albans, Tt
Have vou Malaria?
'Tvldnr-y-Wort bin done bitter limn any other
remedy I hiu eer u.d in my iiractic..."
Tr. It. K. llaik,BuulU.nt:ro,Vt.
Are you Bilious?
'KMney -Wort ban donoine more good than any
other remedy I h.i ever taken."
Mu. J. T. Oallutvay, Elk Flat, Oregon.
Are vou'tormented with Piles?
"Kjdnt v W'.irt ivniiiiiiitill! ciicel me ot bleeding I
r.ll..j l.r'U' i' Klin.. ,,.e. oiomPiiiU'iI it to nif.'1 I
Uvo. U.' Uui-et, easbier M. bunk, llyeratown, Pa. I
Are vou Rheumatism racked?
'Kidm y W'ort cur. il mo.' after 1 was irtvun up to I
Ioiti Ly eitysiciaiis nnn i n.i.i .iinere.. iu.i i. ji ...
tlbrtde Malcolm, West ISaUi, Maiaft
T.oloa nvft tt-ii emfforiTlcr'?
"Vi.lm.v.U'orf M,re,l mo of t.-t-tllilir trouble OI I
1 sevejalyiaiiaeindin. Many friendu ue and praise I
If you would Banish Disease!
i and gain iieaitn, xane
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