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CAIRO, ILL, TUKSDAV MOUSING. JULY 22, 1J..U
When a man has Buffered from Rheumatism
only a little while, and Is relieved from his pain,
lie l.s happy and delighted, lint Bupjwso lie bus
Suffered for more than a
third of a century.
Alvln (irlm, of Vale, Iowa, writes;
"A rHLiii'iiuiius linn helped me much. Tho
41 pain in my lunba in all none. Put some lame- fe
new in kit yet, and well th.ru hilidit lit,
fur 1 havo been troubled fur Uurty-Ihe s
Kara with lthmiiuath.ni."
Mrs. A. J!, Baker, of Chicago,
Had rheumatic pains In nor
back for fifteen years,
and Mr. Baker had boon the victim of ithfti
lu.iUsui until his head wu.s drawn down over
his lull shoulder. .Mr. Hakcr writes:
"JIalf abottluof ATiiujpnoi'.oHlnado t)
nie'au koo1 ax new. .My wife ha taken
tUo other half, and has nut complained of
her back miico. Klie Hays her hack never wan
no fr'ii frmu pain and aclm uh .1 lun l-eu O
9 nihcu alio Li-ut ui.'.u tliu AiiJLui'iiuii'iri," C
There are many people who think that
oc"aii.ie they have sullcred so lung, und
have tried so many medicines in vain, they
liiur-t "sutler on ilicir threescore- years.''
J5nt you bee what A rni.opiioitos has done.
However Old your t ime;
However .Severe your I'lilim;
However Ureal jour IMiuppolntnionts,
ST" Try AthlophorosPU
If you caiiuotifct Aim.ni iiouohof jvmr dnnviid,
no will wild it tx to rai l, on receipt of regular
I i one dollar r Little. We prefer that you liny
i. from your lrurir,t, hut if ho bam't it, do not Ui
iuad' d to try noua-Uuui; i luc, hut or jtr at unto
rnu uk ad dirtxtul
ATHLOPHORQS CO.. 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
C. Ar. HENDERSON,
No. llllCoinmenial Ave,
.'lolt' Agent foi ti.i.' Celebrated
Manufacturer and Dealer lu
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
J.KAlHjUAhTERS I OR
liuii'lirf' Hardware ar.d (Vpcnters' To'iU, Ta'i'c
aud I'oi.kt-t ui.-ry. hi-l In ttif. ii.irl.ei. Idmera
liru..' I'mlcd Kmv-f. Kr ahu Simmiuc. (.irauitK
Irou Ware. H r.iu Earthen ar.r, vVu te Mocriian
Frevsero, Water Coolers, 11. fn."r'or. t lothes
Wrlinrvti1. (.Town Kiuter'. St-u I.m i( . ti&rden
luiideni"U!. lioldea ':ir 1 Move- i'i in the
world, Limp of v rv d.:.-ri: thin. Kltin oil,
t'nr,e t Swe. per. K. htU-r liu-ter. Ilroou.. W in
flow Scieeu V re e'io'.li. 1'u.l ru'.v ol I'ir!i uu
The ahove vt ror K Imtt nil pr!ce.
Corner l.'!h m;d Com:nen.:ai Anuue, . airo. 111.
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Manufartarer iiud Dealer In-
C.h Stree'i , hetwccti l'um'1 Ave. uud Le. e.
CHOKE BtJKIXG A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS F AMV.N'I' io::.
Safe l(DHircd. Ail K'nde ol he Made.
(joldstine & Koseinvater
13G Sc 138 Com'l Ave.
have a f;:!l a:.d couplets lias of
Linci; woods. Tasters, Motions, Etc.
A heavy ptoeir ol Body Brusu:, Taper
trie aiid Inurulu
A full stock of Oil Clo'h?, u'.l lines and price.
Clothing: & Gents' Fu
A full and totnplctc (took le closing out
at t;real burxauis .
Oootls tvt Uottom J'rioesl
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY
NEW YOIUC STORE CO,
Cor.Ninotoenthitroetl Pnivn Til
OomraorclalAvonnu f vaill. am
Thd Regular Cairo . hulucali Uaily
m GUS FOWLER
IIKNHY E. TAYLOH, Hunter.
UKUKUK JOlIKo, Clerk.
lcavoi I'vliicah forOtlro dully (Siiiidayt oxcept
at R ii .... and Mound City at 1 n. m. ltelam
Tho Gallant Commander Congratu
lates and Thanks Ilia Sub
ordinates. Memorial Services Hold in St, Johu'a
Church'js Suuday for the Dead of
tho Crawly Party.
further Details of a Stoty Vhich Never
Grows Old or Uninter
esting. Sr. John's, N. i, July L'l. Tho steam
collier Loch (Jarry, which accompanied
the. (iauly fxpetliiloii, will be hturted ou
her return to New York to-t!ay. The
Thetis, Hear aiH A'ert will proceed
to I'orUinouth, N. II., during the latter
f art of tho week, In oliedieuce to tele
graphic orders from the .Secretary of tho
Memorial services were held iu the St.
John's chinches yesterday for the dead of
the Greely party. Their bodies are pre
served ou board the Thetis aud Hear
awaiting tho completion of her
metically sealed ca.skets that are
behi!,' made ou shore for them.
Each casket will be titted with
burnished .steel handles, aud have on Its
face a silver plate with the name, regi
ment and company ul the deceased upon
It. When collipated It will weih about
I'oo pounds. The bodies will be removed
lroin the alcohol caskets to the hermeti
cally sealed caskets, which will bo bolt
ed. They will be transported ou t.ie
cargo deck of each vessel. At present,
the bodies of Lieutenant LocKwood, Y.
A. K.lis, li. K. .Snyder, W. . Jewell,
David 11-ilstou and Kdward Israel are on
board the Thetis, while those of Lieuten
ant Kislin-rbury, lit. l'avy, William
Whistier, David Lynn, William II.
Cross and Joseph El,io;i are on
board tiio Hear. Tne bouy id
I i'ederick Christuuseii was turned over
to tho auluoillics at Disco and buried
with uavai honors. T.i.- collin, wrapped
In the American cu.-in, was escorted
lroia the IJear by a detail of oliicers and
liieu. I ;i luudlliU, it W as met by the
Danish Inspectors uud other authorities
and carried to the church, where the
minister of the setlieineni held a short
i-crvtcc. I'rotn there it was carried to
the little cemetery and buried. The
bodies of the- rcuiainin dead w. re lot
lu the ice near the spot where they lost
their lives. The other Esquimaux of the
party was drowned iu his kayok. her-K-aut
Kicc was burled in the snow of
Lord inlet, and the others, Nicholas
Sailor, Charles 15 Henry, Jacob Ueuder,
and 11. S. Gardiner were buried w here they
led ou the ice-floe winch tide aud thaw
boon washed away. At geuerai muster
yi stenlay, before the ollicers and crews
ol the ships of tho relief squadron, the
l-.dlnviiii general order from the com
m inder of the expedition was read:
hir vM-mr TriKiM, Sr. John's, X. I'.,
July II', 1 - 4 . The object for wh.cn this
i xj-editiou was litled having been
.Miccesslully accomplished ami ap
j.roved by the Honorable Secretary of
the Navy, Hie commanding oilicer avails
him.-eifof this opportunity to join his
thanks, congratulations and obligations
to those of his sui'(-riors. Creely's re
lief was made possible, first, by the
pnimptist activity and unwearied energy
of the Honorable Secretary of the Navy
and tho Honorably Secretary of War;
beconoly, by the unceasing vigilance aud
readiness of the ollicers an 1 meu, their
alacrity hi responding to &rdcr, their
cheerfulness at all times, day or maht, iu
the performance of ttie 0 titles which de
manded promptness, endurance and cour
ac. My confidence grew daily iu noting
that the spirit of those w ho lilted out this
expedition had been caught up by the
ollicers and meu who were to use it to
accomplish its important duty. Com
mand. u.:: ollicers w id please read this at
W. S. Sfin.Kv, Commander.
A mammoth Strike.
Xkw Yoi;k, July '21. About 2,000
bricklajers, 3,000 laborers, aud -00 hod
hoisting engineers aud Iramers struck
work to-day because the bosses refused
to grant their demand that nine hours
should constitute a day's work Instead
of teu. Tho bosses who refused the re
fjitest say they can get other men to take
their piaces, while the bosses who granted
the nine hours think the others foolish
In not doint; so too, as they will have to
yield lu the eud. As fast as the meu
struck they reported at the headquarters
of their respective unions. About thirty
five employers allowed their men to go
to work on their own terms. Hugh Mo
Mahon, who has charge of the erection
of the new Cotton Exchange, says:
'The building trade is very lively. I do
not think the boss builders can afford to
have tho men go ou a strike lor any
length of time without suffering great
loss. Nearly all tho largo builders will
graut the demand."
TUK S 1 ItlKKUS CLAIM
they can stand It longer than the em
ployers aud will hold out six months. It
la reported that on many of the jobs tho
men wero not out teu minutes before
they wero told to go to work again. A
large number of bosses held out until
noon and then yielded, thus leaving not
over 2,000 men ou the strike.
UK WILI-, OT l'KOSEC'LTK.
The Mystery Surrounding tho Loss ol
Sr. Lotus, Mo., July 21. S. S. Hutch
Ins, chief clerk iu tho oillco of Major O.
U. Karnst, of the United States Engineer
Corps for this district, disappeared or
absconded Saturday, leaving his accounts
ubout 91,100 short.
Sr. Lot is, Mo., July 21. S. S. Hutch
ins, Chief Clerk to Major Ernst of tho
United Slates Engineers, left a uoto to bu
given that ctllcer last Saturday. Its con
tents were that having lost 81,400 be
longing to the ofllco ho had left the city.
It transpires that he did not do so, and
Major Ernst refuses to prosecutothe casj
further, some urraugement having been
"Major Ernst's compromise- with his
clerk Hutchius is not tho compounding
of a felony," said Prosecuting Attorney
Claiboruo this morning, "llutelilns had
Dot been arrested on any charge sword
out ugalnst hhn. Consequently, It was
merely tho settlement of a dbt."
- ... ..--i-i ... - - i
fhrk lu the l'uitc.1 Slate-i Engineer's
Dlliee, for the einbei.leuieut ol
SI, too. Ho Kii,: "Hutchius hai
been iu this service for
twciity-otio years, and was always cor
rect In his work. I saw him yesterday
and he informed iiu that last Monday ho
took the 31,100 from tho safe : nd laid It
on the window-sill. His attention was
called away to another part of tho room,
and when he returned to his desk, the
bundle was missing. He should have
l( ported the loss to me at ouce, but he
fays he was so worried about it
lint he could not tell me.
lie thinks some one walking
on the broad granite cornice
Hole the money. I discovered tho dis
crepency iu the cash Saturday, and when
I sought Hutchius, I found his note. He
made no attempt to escape, aud while tho
circumstances of his failure to report aud
the Inconsistency of the thelt are against
him, in consideration of his long service,
I will not prosecute. I am responsible
lor the loss, but Hutchius promises toie
fuu I. Ho is a man of lorty years, and ho
drew a salary of $.'uu per mouth. h U.
Clark supersedes him.
KA-i: U.VEL UKEVJTIES.
Ecoro of Games Played on Saturday,
Uoston, Mass. liostons, 12; New
Yorks, l....st. Louis Unions, 1; liostons,
Washington, D. C Nationals, 2; Chi
cago Unions, 0.
Providence, U. I. Providences, G;
Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, 7; Wash
St. Paul, Minn. St. Pauls, (J, Graud
Louisville, Ky. Louisvilles, 3;Clucln
Cuincy, 111. Hay Citys, 4; .ulncys, 3.
Philadelphia, Pa. Cluciunatis, 'J; Key
Indianapolis, Iud. Toledos, b; Indi
Baltimore, Md. Baltimore Unions, 13;
Kanas Citys, 12 lirooklyns, 0; Balti
Minneapolis, Minn. Minneapolis, 4;
Terro Hautes, 1.
Cleveland, U. Detrolts, 10; Cieve
Stillwater, Minn. Still waters, 7; Ft.
Buffalo, X. Y. Buffalos, 7; Chica
New York Metropolitans, 11; Ath
St. Louis, Mo. Louisvilles, 8; St.
Indianapolis, Iud. Ciaciuuatis, 17; lu
Uow They Stand.
Tho following tables show the standing
of tho various Association and League
Clubs up to aud Including Saturday,
AMl'ltlCAX ASSOC! V.TIOX.
Louisvilles ;.7 l.i
Metropolitans -iT 17
t oluniuus '.Hi 17
( niniiniujs ." -t'
M. Louis a' J 7
iliiltiinores -7 l
lirookivns -d "1
Tuledos -M ')"
Ali('i.'h( nys I s jf
linimliiiindis H ':'
l'hiunleipliia . .
New Vor U
t lueitiro :)
Let roil M
KOOSKYKLT IIKAUU l ltO.M,
Ha Will Vote But Not Work for Mr.
Boston, Mass., July 21. Mr. Theo
dore Roosevelt, of New Y'ork, says: "I
intend to vote tho Hepublican Presided,
tial ticket. While at Chicago I told Mr.
Lodge that such was my intention, but
before announcing it I wished time to
think the matter over. I went as a regu
lar delegate to the Chicago Convention,
and 1 intend to abide by tho outcomo of
it. I do not expect to take any part iu
UKSTUOYKU BY' lUE.
Nine Hundred Men Thrown Out of Work
by the Destruction of a Colliery.
Wilkksdarkk, Pa., July 21. The New
Derringer Colliery, near Hazletou, was
destroyed by tire this morning. Tho
breaker was tho largest iu the anthracite
coal regious. It cost over 200,0H), aud
was tilled with the latest aud best ma
chinery. It covered uearly three acres of
ground, aud was of great height. The
sight was a grand one. Tho whole build
ing was oue mass of Haines, shooting up
;ii iij feet. The light of the fire was seen
fifteen miles away. Nine hundred men
and boys will be thrown out of work and
"will bo compelled to movu to other lo
calities. Tho lire Is attributed to in
cendiaries. The Robbery Condoned,
New Yoiik, July 21 . Mr. Lake, brother-in-law
of Mr. Henry C. Redder, lato eon
flilential manager for Arnold, Constable
& Co., said last evening! "Mr. Redder
has nothing to say. Everything has been
settled. Mr. Rodder has made over all
Jiis property to the firm, and the matter
will now he allowed to drop. Mr. Rud
der's dllllculty with tho firm had no con
nection with that of Mr. Seymour, tho
firm's cashier. One thing Is false, and
that is tho report that Mr. Redder Is
Marshall, Mo., July VI. John Mc
Gnitli, and old citizen of tills city, mys
teriously disappeared from home about
ten days since, aud nothing has beeu
heard of him since. It Is feared that bo
has been fouly dealt with. Diligent
search Is being made for him.
It is Ssid.
Atlanta, Qx., July 21. It is. atuted
that President Arthur will remove Gen
eral Lungstreet Irani' Cbo odlos of Mar-
-i.l f...,i n... i.- ii.
A SAD STORY,
Attempt to Sccuro a Conservator
of tho Edtfito of Wilbur
Tho Brilliant Founder of a Groat Newspa
per Pro strated Upon a Bed of
Th'! Case Decided in Favor of the Faith
ful Wife Who Never Deserts
CiiK-.uio, III., July 21. f)nc of the
saddest life dramas of the day is being
enacted In the family of Wilbur F. Storey,
proprietor of the Tinus. The bright in
telieet which built up a great newspaper
is completely wrecked, aud tho unfortun
ate and we 1-kuown editor Is prostrato
on a bed of pain, awaiting rollef in
death. With reason partially dethroned,
the poor man iu his lucid moments, is
doubly distressed to so) his whilom
friends engaged lu an unseemly quarrel
over the succession to tho control of tho
busiU' SS. Som.j people will remember
how, a few vears ago, Mr. Storey, while
wooing the handsome widow on Twenty
sixth street, was wont to drive up to her
residence with a natty road wagon be
hind a span of spirited black horses on
pleasant aiteruoons. With his white
beard, clear eye aud striking
ly intelligent fa;e ho would at
tract the observer anywhere. At thoso
times his attire was in part a short black
velvet jacket and tliu entire outilt was
very jaunty. Dashing down tho boule
vard bi side the beautiful widow every
eve along the thoroughfare was turned.
Tills scene became familiar until tho
wedding, and now the faithful wife keeps
vigil at the bedside of her stricken hus
band. The heirs of the dying man have
llled a petition for the appointment of a
conservator of his estate, alleging that
Mr. Storey is of unsound mind aud to
tally unable to care for hi-, property.
Tin: t vsK.
comes up in court to-day, and will attract
universal attention, on one side are
ranged his heirs and tho people at present
lu coidrol ot the Tinirt, Mr. Patterson,
the business manager, and Mr. Dennett,
the managing editor; on the other side
are the wile aud her friends. The' con
test can result in only one way. What
ever the decision of tho court, Mrs.
Storey is very certain to bo placed in pos
session of the great establishment. If the
contest becomes bitter tho lamlly skele
tons will be dragged forth and the mor
bid cuiiositv of the couit lawyers will bo
gf "lied with a sad and ghastly scene.
- Unatderata Relatives'Snubrjel.
1 V:oo, III., July 21N-Tho petition
c -i '-oral relatives of Wilbur F. Story,
j- i. -etor of the Chicago Times, for tho
appointment of a conservator, on tho
ground of his .mental aud physical iu
cupabllify, was dismissed this morning
by Judge Knickerbocker, the petitioners
eltering no opposition.
I IK HAD Dl'NX ENOUGH.
How the Wife of Her Husband's Friend
Calmed His Fear 4.
CmcAiio, III., July 21. A stratge and
rather laughable episode lias come to
light on the West Side. A dozen years
ago oue Michael J. Duuu, au attorney,
came on here from the Domiuion en
trusted with some legal matters. Before
completing his business he concluded to
place the case iu tho hands of a local at
torney, and upon looking through the city
directory he discovered the name of Mi
chael J. Duun, booked as au attorney on a
prominent street. Curiosity led him to tho
ollico of his unknown namesake, and af
ter Introducing himself the acquaintance
formed was agreeable. Tho two lawyers
hearing tho sanio name became fast
iiieuds and business was transacted be
tween theiu for several years, un
til the Canadian died. Tho
widow was called to Chicago
iu settlement of the estate and in time
was wooed and won by her Chicago at
torney. F'or tho second time she was led
to tho altar by Michael J. Dunn, tuid
the family, which Includes a beautiful
daughter, is now living on tho West Side.
Tho other day the happy man sent a eom
muuic'atiou to a California judge with a
request that ho recommend a reputable
attorney there to whom tho Chicago gen
tleman could intrust the case of some
far west real estate. The latter was
promptly answered, aud caused tho
greatest consternation iu tho ollico of tho
Chicago lawyer. Palo and breathless, ho
Seized the Judge's letter, rushed homo
aud acquainted his wife with the startling
fact that a reliable lawyer had beeu
recommended to him In the person of
Michael J. Dunu, of San Francisco! No
ticing his undue excitement, his wife
calmed him by saying that she had wedded
two Michael J. Dunns and was not
anxious to try a third.
TO (111 LYNCHED, IV CAUGHT.
Further Particulars of the Portland
Poutlanp, Ouk., July 21. The latest
news of the recent triple tragedy near
Canon City, Oregon, is to tho effect that
James McFaddeii, au editor, of whom
Nuues was very jealous, ami who was
tho cause of the fearful deed, had lied tho
country A crowd of excited cltizeus
Started for Canon City with the avowed
intention of lynching McFadden, but ho,
igetting wind of the proceedings, escaped.
Nunes' lltllo girl was lying ou her1
mother's lap at tho tlmo of tho tragedy
very unwell. Receiving the fatal shod
Mrs. Nunes fell heavily the floor on the
sick child, causing Its Instaut death. All
the same Instant Nuues blew out his owui
brains, all thne dylug at ouce. Tho
couple had loug been living on unhappy
tenus. The sickening tragedy causes In
tense excitement aud McFadden, If
caught, will bo lynched.
Going to the Reunion.
Ciiicauo, III., July VI. Tho Pciiusyh
vanla delegation to the Graud Army Re
union, to bo held ut Minneapolis to-day,
reached this city ou a special train yos
turday morning at 8:80 o'clock aud loft
ou another special at six o'clock. Tliti
deUgtttloa numbered ninety-throe, laJ
eluding llfUon ladles. Among thorn we, o
General Robtrt B. Heath, Ccintnaader-iitJ
Tf-'-' rf.f'"i r''"'""'i T'-
Assistant Adjutant-Ceneral; Jno. Taylor,
Quartermaster-Oeneral; Fred H. Dyer,
Department Commauder, aud E. J. Os
borno and C. W. Hazard, ex-Departmeut
At Niagara Falls tho New Hampshire
delegation, numbering forty-live, under
command of J. C. Lincolu, joined tho
A small number of members of tho
Grand Army of Maryland and Vermont
and General Cook, Department Com
mander of Virgiuia, were hi tho city yes
terday. General Logan will pass through tho
city ou his way to tho encampment today.
The Mystery of Mt. Ciaro Bridge.
Baltlmokk, Mu.,Ju'y 21. Valeutluo
Fritz, who was found near tho Mt.
Clare Bridgo with au iron spike driven
Into his skull, died tl.i s moruiug. Tho
case has au air of mystery. Tuo man
had beeu in a dazed condition ever sluco
tho accident, as he termed it, aud refused
to make any statement whatever regard
ing tho affair. Tho doctors, alter hold
ing a post mortem, give tho opinion that
he was brutally murdered, a stouo hav
ing been used iu driving the spiko Into
his brain. A half-witted son is suspected
of having committed thj deed, aud Is un
W ANTED TO HE SU( IABLK.
A "Southern Gentleman" Who Was
Sporting on the Else of a Precipice.
Si, Lot is, Mu , July 21. A military
geutlemau with his two daughters
stopped at one of the hotels. Iu the
room next to tho ladles was a Southern
gentleman, who retired lato last ninht
after a stroll with his friends. Ho was
too full to sleep. Tho ladies, after retir
ing, continued their conversation. Sud
denly they were disturbed by a noise at
tho couuectiug door. Someone was
fumbling with tho knob. Roth jumped
up hastily as the door partially opened.
"Its a man," they exclaimed; what do
you waut in here';" "S'only me," said
a husky voice from a manly form iu even
"Go awav; this is a lady's room," said
one of tho sisters, pushiug agaiust the
"Know that. Heard you talking-
thought I'd be sociable uud joinyou. I'm
er-a Southern gentleman, ladies."
At this both the ladies set up a loud
scream, aud a porter lu the hall went to
their door, to whom they cried frantical
ly that a man was tryiug to get into their
room. The porter grasped the Southern
geutlemau by tho arm, but he indignantly
threw him off.
"I'm a Southern gentleman, sir. You
have any objection to ine'r I'll meet you
downstairs ami give you satisfaction."
Seeing the guest was drunk aud Uncling
he could not persuade him to leave other
wise, the porter agreed to give him satis
faction, aud the southron started oft' to
await the event. The porter called the
father of the young ladies, w ho appeared
at once hi a lurious mood, but was re
strained by tho young ladies from hunt
lug the Intruder. But behold, that in
dividual reappeared lu a few moments
bearing two claret punches. He had
no sooner staggered into the apart
ineiit, however, before he lew in
one direction and the punches in
another. The angry Colonel might have
used him up badly, but the clerk, porter
aud a bell boy who appeared on the scene
kept them apart. Doors Hew open, and
spectators iu evening costume appeared
for a moment. But they did not learn
the cause of tho disturbance, for every
thing was hushed. Tho Southern gentle
man did not show up next morning, lie
had paid his bill and had been urged to
return to the suuuy south. But the
Colonel looked for him tlillizently, and It
Is possible may have found him.
Bloody Affray in Chicago.
Chicago, III., July 21. Shortly past
mlduight this morning, a bloody affray
took place between three men in a saloon
near the Polk street bridgo. Alexander
Atwell, mate of the steamer Annie Laurie,
Iud Charles Riley, fireman of the same
tessel, wero stabbed, both in tho abdo
iieu by Larry Coogan, a noted rough, and
ire now both dylug at tho County Hos
pital. Coogan was arrested with the
ulood of his victims reddening his hands.
The affray was tho result of a drunken
The Bagnio Tragedy.
Bai.timuI!!:, Md., July 21. May White,
vho toethir with Mamie Thorpe, was
ihot at a resort on North street Satur
day evening, Is much Improved this
fuoniing, and hopes are now entertained
lor her recovery.
Mr. Jackson, of City Island, New York,
is expected hero this moruiug to take
rharge of the remains of Ids uufortunate
daughter Mamie Thorpe,
Horse-Thief Killed - Stage Coach
CiifiYi.XNK, Wv. T., July 21. New ton
Moreland, of tho liocky Mountain De
lecllve Association, has relumed from
Tongue River, where he pursued a horse
thief named Seachy, who stole three val
uable animals from C. Speer, near Den
ver, June 25. Moreland had a desperate
running light with Seachy, In which he
killed the latter aud recaptured the
Tho stage coach on tho Fort Fetter
man Buffalo Lino was stopped by a high
wayman named AI. Phelps, who shot at
tho driver and compelled the only passen
ger on board "to shell out." Olllecrs
are in pursuit of Phelps.
Stabbed Whila Drunk.
Leaves woktii, Kas., July 21. Very
early yesterday morning William Luce, a
member of tho Fire Department, was
fatally stabbed while walking on tho
troet. Ho was urulor tho Inllueueo of
'liquor, and the man whom he charges
with stabbing him has witnesses to prove
the wasolsewhere. Tho affair Id shrouded
Killed Her Enfflnoer.
MicMOTA, Wis., July 21. A freight
train going north yesterday at 2 p. m.
was attempting to sldo-track at this
place, when tho engine jumped tho track
uud upset, kllliug Engineer Phil. Barry.
Tho tlremau escaped by jutupiug through
tho cab window.
Dsath on the lUil.
Elkhart, Ixd., Juljr 2L Henry Miller,
While riding home on a railroad veloci
pede, was struck by an Incoming train,
lust opposite Ms house, and lnstautlj
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THE GREAT .ftV
m RESVmLJ 1
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbaao. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
or Tlironl. SwelHnc-. Mprnln. UrnliM,
IStirii. -ll. Irinl Ultra,
AM) II. I, lllllKIt HIllill.V I' OSS AMI llllfS.
Soli tj b.uisu an l li--.!.'rv'v-rv.Oi.-re. Klft C.ut. ft tlOUli.
Inn-Tien, io 11 Lirim?.1..
TIIK. f M Altl.KX A. VOt.r I KK '0.
IU,M ni.A.lioti.i.Kl)) fl.tlliD,r, Stl.,r.S.A.
m ft H 3
y) v CELEBRATED
4 9 Kgr
'iV tin; needs i f the tourist, comin- rciul traveler
tt'ul iii-iv uttn-'. If .(.iclter'n Sleiiincli Bitters Is
pe.-'di.irly Hiliqeed. hIi.ci! It c t r i! I fill lis the dloa
live or-.-H'n", ant bran h the id.Vidcvl era-ride to
nnlieii.dil.tl ii ihienei s. It r niiivi-i and prevents
;:ir';il !ev.-r. fdi-r-tipiition, (ly-pepni-i, limit hfully
hi ii.iii.it' h tie! kidtievs iiinl hind'!. -r. aii'l enriches
well s purl lie tho hieotl. When overcome by
fatis ue, u l.et le r mt ntu! er p:n sicnl, the weary mid
'lii.ii:e.l iiiil it n tiliuli.e source of renewed
r-!iL'Ui iin-l cemf.irt
for Mile In nil dru.i;i?; h nil deidern generally.
Kiuokf-n of lUai lcwill'ii Geunlno
Hall luirlmm Sim.ltiiiK T'olioivu will
r.eeivo preiniuiMii iu fi.Uowii ou
t.-riim ami ei.nilitii.iiH here ni'e.'iliivl
2d " S2,000
3d " 51,000
another I'rrniliiinNM tieroshown.
Tlie 2'i i reininnn will ha mvurdrtl
IVivniluT M. )t I'n'iiilnm
K .en t.) tlie .er..n from whom wo re.
c ivetliel.nveM nuiiilierofoiir empty
t ilweeo Iwim )'" i" I J. 2d will
lie mven fertile next I unrest nuinher
and thus, in 1. 1 1- or 1 r of the uiimlu'r
of emi'ty Iiih ree, i?i., fpm each,
to tlie twenty Ave miiveRKfnl con.
tistanti. Laeli l.nir iiiut hear onr
ori'.nil Hull Dnrlmm laliel. V. S.
Revenue Ht.imp. and Caution Notice.
lUirs muit l .lone iii fu'cun ly iu a
li-!V. with name and address of
e'.i'l r and numl r of mm eontaln
e.l. fl-no-V marked on the outside,
and miHt he ent.eliirkTefl (.reiauf to
H!:ic-U well's Dnrlmm Tolmri'o
Co., 1 1 1 - it 1 1 iM, X l' r.very treuumo
paeku-e li.ii ei.'ture of Hull.
Sue our ueit announcement.
AND BLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
Kidnev-tVcrt la tiio most succefisful remedy
I ever used." Br. P. C. Iiallou.Motiktoa.Vt.
"Kidney.Vort la always reliable."
Dr. Jl. N. Clark, So. Hero, Vt.
"Kidne.7-Wort lias cured my w ito after two year
suircrin.-." Ir. C. 11. tf uiuiuorlin, Sun Hill, Oa.
IN THCUSAW3S OF CASES
it has cured wliero all else had failed. It is mild,
but e:lk-iont, 1 ItTAd-N I.N U S ACTION, but
hannli.8 in all canea.
t ylt elransr the lilooilanil Ptrencthcniacd
elves New I. lie to oil the important ort,-aii of
tlie body. Tho natural action of the Kidney la
restored. Tho Liver ia cleansed of all diseaso,
aud tho Uowels tnovo frooly aud healthfully.
In this way tho wont dueaaeti ore eradicated
from tho ayjtcm. j
riuci; Ci oa rignu tia oar, solo bi dblgoists.
Dry ran bo sont by mall.
W L I.I.s. II 1 ( 11 V i: l)s() X A (. Itut llnstnn V t.
This tioneis i.la.-ter l
al.ni. lull ly Ifte K s't-Ti-r
made, ci.iunimnK thj
virtue if lorn :tli
iruni.-i, hils-uiu und ex-
HactJ. lti i.owit Li womli-rful In curlnir dlacaaea whero
ether pluslers Mmely r. Uith. Orlelc iu tho IWk aud
Neck, Pa n m tne Si 'n or Limtis, Stiu Jumtsand Muscle,
Kidney Trou'iloi, Itlieumatism, Neunilla, Soro Chest,
Aifeetionsof the Heart and Uve-r.amlall lmlrw nrn.-h.
in ny n t cured instant ly by the I Inp r'iu.ier. JT Try
it. I'riee ii ccntii or Uto fur f 1 oa.
Maileilou reecii tof prleo. Sold by
all uruirslsts and country utoru,
II I'liuttr Cumixin'l. 1
Troprittoi-.i, Iloatou, lUa.
t :rt or con t.iAti!.n. IumuI ui'in tittf ami u( h
Whose ileblMl.v. ehnnsla
oui'is. ir..ue.tiiri deenv
und fiiuun) to perform lll'i-'a
iliillea prorwrlj aro caused by
...ia rn.r.. of youth, etc.,
ntil (iiui a porfpet and lntin
rrstorstion io robust health
ami Tliror"" mmihooU in
THE MARSTON BOLUS.
Neither stomneh uruirmoir nor
iiivtmmnnt. This treat nmut of
Xrrvousi lll-llltv and
l'litrsliiul livru. laaiiifnmilir
nieefieiful W.'Wis) ba-.eil ou mtIii diatrnosia,
new and direct methmls anil ahsohitai thr.
miKhiiraa. Kull intonnntion and Tnuliw Iram
AdtlrefS i ensoinior I liyiieisn vi
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1 XL. -v ;7t
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