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CAIRO, ILL., WEDNESDAY MORNIXO, ,IULY
1 " I
.vi en a man lias suffered from Jlhcumatism
)iilyalluiow)illo,niiilHrcllfVL'(l from his pain,
lit: Is happy and dcll-lited. Hut bupikjso ho li,n
Suffered for more than a
third of a century.
Alvtn Crlm, of Vale, Iowa, writes: 9
"ATMLoi'iioiiohhaH helped meinucli. The 9
paiu la inylimliHbi all pone, but nonielarne-
hchh is li;ft yet, ami well there Hindu lie,
f'r I have troubled fur thirty-live
years Willi lthtmmatliiiii."
.Mrs. A. 1!. linker, of Chicago,
Had rheumatic pains In her
back for fifteon years,
and Mr. Itakfr had town thovtetirn of 'then
luuilsiu until Ids lii-ad was drawn down over
lil.-t it-it shoulder. Mr. linker writes:
"Half aljottloof ATiiui'iirmosiiiadP
mo as trood an new. Sly wilo baa taken tit
tlio other half, and baa not complained of
lit-r back emeu. Hue says lier liark nevi-r was
Si so free from pain and ache ax it lian been t
since she lut taken tliu A I'ULOi'UoituH." 0
There are many people wh.i think that
because they have sutlered sd long, imd
have trie-el so many medicines in vain, tin v
must " solier on their threeseore year-..'"
Hut you hc-o what A Tlli.ul'lloltijs. has done;.
ilawevrr OM yqur Cnae;
However Sevens your 1'ninn;
However ('r-ut your Dlstippolntmeriti,
CTTry Athlophoros "SU
If you cannot irot A rHr.oiitonosof your dm-vist,
'. will Bend It ttpn id, on receipt of reirnlir
i i i,v-one dollar perbottl". WepreferUiutyjii buy
! !rnu your lirutnr.et. but if he, hasn't It. do not l
ereuaded to try eoUitUiiI.tf clou, Lmt order at oncu
roiu u an directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK,
0. V. HENDERSON
No. lt-tlmmierial Ave,
iiolc A ''flit I'tii tin.- Celebrated
and RA XGKS,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iran Work.
llui.dfrn' Hardwire and (Vpei.t t' Tool", Ta'i'e
and J'ucket i utiery. bcl in the -Mrkrt. Docrs
liros.' I'latcd Knlv . Kori. aim suoone. (.ranite
Iron Ware. Il, r:in Karthi-nw ar. viidi- Motnitain
Freezer. Water Cmiler. Kef-i,o-ra'or-, Clotnea
Wrliit'cre. Crown Fiui-r. St p l.alt'e'. Oarden
Implement. (ioidt-H Star Oil Moves le"t in th"
world, I.'.tii ;! of i-v-rv d'eriiti"P. Kiain 'il.
Car," t Swc peri', K- ati.er lux- re. Il'uom. Win
dow Scrct-D vV're .o'.h. l ull nipjdy ul FirLiUi;
Trie almve rorK ti'Ht"n pr!e.-.
Corner l-'lh add Coinmi rr ia: AvkLUr, C airo, 111.
Teii-;diuii" No, i.
MBUfs( fjrer and Denier In
K- Slreei , between Co.'n'l Ave. ,.ud i.evei-.
C'HOKK UOUIXt A HrKClAIiY
ALL, KINDS OF AMC.VITJOV.
Wen l!D'ilred. Ail K'tid" t Key? Mndc
Golilstiue it KiiSenwater
ino 138 Com'l Ave.
have s full and complclc line of
1) It ESS GOODS,
Linci: t-ooils, libtii's, NotioiH, Etc.
A heavy clock of body Brave'i1, Taper
tries and luyram
A full stork of Oil Clo'.Iie, nil size? ami prices.
Clothing; & Gents' Furnish'g GoQris
A fall and complete Block is closinK out
ht great bargains.
OooiIh rtt Uottom J'rioesI
JiW YORK STOUli,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Tie Larist Variety Sleet
IN 'J'lIK Cl'J'Y.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
NEW YOKK STORE CO,
Tlio Regular Cairo & Paducali Daily
SSU GUS FOWLER
lirtNHY E. TAYLOH, Maitter.
(.IKUKUH: JOUKo, Clerk.
Imvoh IVxdacah forr!lro dully (Smidnyn i-xccpt
mil .i y in-miil, ViiiiiiiI ti.il v ul, 1 li in - lliiliirn
A CHURCH SCANDAL
Tho Daughter of Baptist Ministor,
Rescued by a Congrega
Etquitus the Obligation hy Running 02
With Oae of Its Members, Leaving
Her Husband and Children.
The Latter D!ames the Church, and Raises
an " Old Edition " Hades With
Ni.v Yokk, July Church circles ut
Woodhavtii, I. I., uru atrah) painfully ro
inintlt'il of the recent scandal in t!ic Con
Krt'ational Church, hy thu pecuiiar con
duct of Mr. Siil ley, the husband of Mrs.
Sollcy, who was recently expelled from
church mtinljer.-hip. n Sunday Mr.
Sollcy ruiiuweij the scandal hy visiting
tin; church and actinj; in a boisterous
maimer. The service coiniueuced in thu
handsome little Congregational Church
about half past ten o'clock. Half an
hour prior to that timu Jas. Sollcy, tho
liu-ibarnl of tlio secretary of "David's
Hand," arrived at tho church, and
haid he would like to ee
D.-minie JaiiK.s. Mr. J. Trail, lidher of
the church and one o the leadinj; mem
bers, informed Mr. Sollcy that the Domi
nic had not yet arrived, and u.ked:
"What do vou want to sec Mr. Jaine.s
"I want to "jive the old a lickinir.
His church liar, ruined my family and I'm
d -d il 1 dou't have satifaction."
Sul.'cy was about to lit:k deacon 1'rall in
tlii- absence of the Dominie, but the con
gregation Interfered anil the deacon was
Mr. Sollcy then took a stand in front of
the church door, and forbade the congre
gation to enter tiie church.
"1 wiil be your ruin," he said. ''It's
worn: than hell. Dominic James an I
th-' church members arc all hypocrites."
.lu-t then Dominie- James and his wife
came up the hi!!, and as S jlley saw t'leiil
Li: -iiouted :
"UTe comes the ".p-v-headed old sin
Mr. James approached him, and Deacon
I'rall cautioned the Dominie to keep
"solley i cray drunk."
"Why don'i you send for Constable
Abrams and have him arrested?" meekly
replied the venerable Dominie.
"You and Sam Abrams can no to h 1,"
quickly responded Sollcy. "Sam Abrams
won't arrc-t me, and I am a (iod-fc-arinr;
jn.iu, but you are a lot of scoundrels, and
I'd --laud in front of thi-, church every
Sanday until I break it up. You "
Mr. 1'rail sent a ine-ei)oiT for the
dcpiiiy Sheriff, but before his arrival Mr.
Sodey had returned to his home. Ho
kept (juii.t during the day, and went to
Lis work as usually yesterday morning.
When spoken to by a reporter he said:
"I have nothing to say about the af
fair. I aiu attending to my carpenter
Dominie James said: "i was never
more astonished in my life than when I
heard Solley deuounce the congregation.
The church has been very kind to Solley
ami his family. I.a.-t Easier Mrs. Solley
was arrested in Hobokeii, charged witii
stealing money from her husband, and I
not her out. We then made her secre
tary of our temperance society, as she
had promised to reform; but she deceived
us. she was the daughter of a Haptist
clergyman, highly accomplished, and
would deceive any congregation. We shall
not have Solley arrested on account of his
children, but if he interferes again wo
shall certainly have him punished. I don't
kuow that he was drunk, but he certainly
acted like a man that was either drunk or
Mr. Trail a well-to-do carpenter of tho
village, corroborated Dominie James'
statement, and added that he had
noticed the intimacy betweeu Kodt-5
and Mrs. Solley some weeks ago.
"My attention was first attracted by
seeing Mrs. Solley sitting on ltodet's
lap during service. We all knew they
were close friends, but we had no posi
tive proof, so the church took no action
in the matter. Solley mustn't come
round the church blaming us for his
wife eloping, or he'll get himself into
trouble. There has been no word front
Hodet or Mrs. Solley since they disap
peared a week ago, but the impression is
general that they have gone together,
and the Congregational Church is glad to
get rid of them."
STHANU Ii l'llKMO.N I HON'.
The Mother of Sergeant Gardner ol
Greely's Party Dreamed the Reality.
Bai.timohk, Mi., July 22. A personal
friend of Colonel John Gardner, of Phila
delphia, whose son, Sergeant Gardner, ot
tho Signal Corps, perished miserably in
theGreely expedition, tells a strange tall
of a peculiar premonition Mrs. Gardner
had of the boy's death. Mrs. Gardno:
had been ailing for some time;
and on tlio morning of May
H was taken very ill and could
not eat. Tho physicians could uot diag
nose the case, and after much persuasion
the lady confessed that she had long had
an Idea that the boy was starving, and
tlio uight previous saw him in a dream
dying on the ice. For a iong time after
ward she hung between ilfo and death,
and was not surprised wheu hearing of
his death. Strange to say It was ou
May 14 when tho last ralious were is
sued by Greely. Gardner was tho last
of tho party dying, the datebeiug.Iup! 12.
A MODKIiX S1IYJ.OCK.
He Carves a " Found of Flesh Nearest
the Heart " From a Man's Breast.
Nashville, Tk.nk., July 22. Joe
Cariuhcrs and Davis Webster got into a
dispute at midnight about a lodge tc
which they belong, and iu the quurrd
Caruthcrs called Webster a liar, when
Welxster drew an immense knife and cirt
Caruthcrs iu the Utft breast, cutting a
circle so that "JPt P'uu ' ilosli cin
out. Tho knifJJp-fucd JJiCjIieart and
Carutlws died almost lustSy. Web.
An Ecclesiastical Student Dies In a
House of Shame.
Mo.viitUAL, Can., July 22, A scandal
has been caused by an occurrence which
took place here last night. It was re
ported to tlio pollco that a man had been
report was correct, and tint t i young
man was a young tccli-siaU'.cal student
named l'ariell, who was about to take
holy orders. Endeavors have been made
to hush up the matter, an I the police re
fuse to give any information; but it ap
pears taat I'lU'reii, who recently came
from the States, visited tho house iu
question yesterday evening, and was
shortly aft.-r taken ill and rxplred.
An Ex-Senator Arrtsted for Robbing a
I.o!.isvii.i.K, Kv., July 22. Ex-Seuator
G. W. .Swope was arrested at Curdsvllle
Monday aud lodged in jail at Owensboro,
charged with breaking into a grocery
store and attempting to carry away some
goods. .Swope was at one time a lead
ing crimiual lawyer in that section of the
State, but lost a lucrative practice
through excessive drinking His arrest
cau.-ed great astonishment iu Iweusboro,
where he has always resided until a few
months ago, when he removed to Cunls
ville to practice his profession.
I'llti: IN A WIIKAT 11KL1.
Six Thousand Acres and Several Build
Moi.i sta, Cal., July 22. A lire started
yesterday morning in a wheat Held. An
ularm was instantly telegraphed and tel
ephoned to all available points. Two
thousand men from different sections
rushed to the rescue, aud tho old fash
ioned prairie way of fighting lire with
lire was resorted to. At Ji '') p. ui., af
ter a desperate struggle, the fire was un
der control. The streets were tilled with
Men with scorched faces and singed
heads. Six thousand acres of graia and
several large dwellings were destroyed.
The total loss is estimated at si 50,00";
J : vr i : i ; p i :Ts"i 77 1 17 ft m;t hievks.
Arrested With a Contract to "Furnish
a Hundred Horses" in
Dallas, Tkx., July 22. Yesterday in
Triuity ICiver bottom, an otlicer succeeded
iu capturing liobert, alias Sonny Most-ley;
Wm. Moseley aud James Giiiiaud, alias
IJriggs, notorious horse thieves. They
have been operating in Northern & West
ern Texas and the Indian Territory for
the past two year-, and had been con
stantly pursued by oilicers. At the time
of their arrest they had a contract to
Heaver a hundred horses to a party in
Louisiana. This led to the arrest. Hub
ert Moseley, chief of the gaug, is twenty
four years old, has engaged in horse
stealing for twelve years, and is one of
the most daring in the Northwest.
The President's Vacation.
Kings'iox, N. Y., July 22. A telegram
received iu this city from Private Secre
tary rhiUlps states that Preside ut Arthur
vi i leave Washington for New
York ou Tuesday or Wednesday
of the preseut week. He will
there meet General Sharpe, and arrange
ments will be perfected for the trip to tho
Kaatcrskiil Hotel. If the President can
transact certain important business in
New York lu time, he will come with his
family to this city on Saturday next.
After a brief stay here, he wiil proceed to
he mouncaius, accompanied by General
Sharpe and family. The Presidential
party will remain at the Kaatcrskiil four
or live davs.
He Thought of His Sister in Chelsea.
Kim:, Pa., July 22. A freight conduc
tor on the Nickel Plate Hallway struck a
tramp who was stealing a ride, knocking
him off the train and under the wheels,
yesterday morning. The tramp gave his
name as Juo. Oscar, Graham, of Chelsea,
England. Before Dr. Spencer was pro
cured to amputate Graham's leg, he drew
several hundred dollars from his waist
band, aud, making his will, bequeathed
it to his sister, Mary A. Graham, of
Chelsea, lie will not survive the shock.
Rescued from a Sewer.
Ehik, Pa., July 22. Another serious
sewer accidcut occurred here yesterday
and six men were buried. Their names
are: Ernest Carlson, John Long, Michael
Manion, liudolph Elliott, August Cook
and John Ereibergcr. They were res
cued soon after, but were seriously iu
jured. Fatal Accident at a Democratic Rally.
Marshall, III., July 22. Word has
reached here from liobinson, Crawford
County, that a number of sky-rockets ex
ploded in the arms of a man iu the crowd
at the Democratic rally there yesterday
and killed a lad by the name of Crow,
and probably fatally injured a little girl,
while the mau himself was badly burned.
The Panic Increasing.
Pauls, July 22. Deaths from cholera
at Aries arc averaging nine daily. The
panic is increasing. The Archbishop of
Aix visits the sufferers at their homes.
Henceforth at Toulon all night soil,
garbage and other offensive matter wiil
be carried out to sea in plugged boats and
The amount to the credit of tho Arkan
sas school system is 8:100,7m.
Kev. V. Cosgrove, of Hock Island has
beeu appointed bishop of Davenport, la.
Thirty-live hundred Western Union tel
egraph poles were destroyed in a lire at
Six thousand acres of grain and a num
ber of dwellings were destroyed iu a lire
near Modesto, Cal.
Prestou Sexton, a sexagenarian, was
shot by unknown parties aud killed near
Junction City, Ky.
Tucker, Hammond & Co., jobbers in
small wares at Uostou, have assigned;
Chicago has an ordinance now com
pelling shopkeepers to furnish seats for
their female clerks.
Louis llowscr was instantly killed by
lightning and his brother James badly in
jured near Warsaw, 111.
Christopher Conners, a New York bar
tender, shot and probably fatally injured
his niistross, Klleu O'Neill.
James Callahan, a St. Joseph man, was
disconsolate and broke, so he drowned
himself in tho Nodaway liivcr.
Minneapolis is rapidly lllllng up with
the delegates to tho (J. A. K. encamp
ment, which opens thero to-day.
W. J3. Smith & Co., luinbei dealers of
Indtannpoils, have gone to the wall. Lia
bilities, 9M,000 nfwets, 8;l0,()00.
Robert alias jKonney . Moslcy, WIMlam
JMnslne , .mil M .lumf lilUliin'l M t,v.q
GanLr of Cowardly Roughc
Draw Thoir Guns on a
A Young Lady Enveloped in Flames
From a Bursting Lamp and
Burned to Death.
Richmond, Indiana, and Canton, Missis
sir-p', Furnish the Usual Dank
A Ganif of Cowardly Roughs Draw
Their Guns ou a Woman.
Cincinnati, o.,.Ju!y 22. At au early hour
this morning thu upper esplanade of the
Highland House was the scene of a lively
shooting affray between a woman named
Maltie Clark and the notorious Splinter
Donehy and his gang. The woman be
came involved in a drunken quarrel, dur
ing which she took a revolver from her
pocket and lired several shots at the
crowd. The Jordan brothers aud Splinter
and Matuow Douelly all pulled their guns
and took a hand iu the shooting.
During the scrimmage Private Police
man Whaien disarmed Mattie Clark, but
he wa attacked by tho gang, knocked
down an I his revolver laTen from him.
There were in ail some Ulteen or twenty
shots lired. Tom Mack, one of the gang,
is thought to have been shot. He was
probably taken from the place by friends,
as he could not be fouud. A call was
sent in for the patrol wau'ou, but before
it arrived the gang dispersed and left the
place, and all cscirped arrest except Mat-U'.-Clark,
w ho was found and taken to
the Police stition. The gang will in all
probability be- arrested to-day.
I U :s t:i to death.
A Youiitf Lady Enveloped in Flames
From a Bursting Lamp.
Ni:m;i i:o, N. Y., July 22. The people
of !i!ii;ville aud this vicinity were
th ck d yesterday to learn of a terrible
accident which befell Miss Laura De
lano, the youngest child of Warren De
lano, ol liaiinviac, north of this city, in
t'ie town of New-burg, and which resulted 1:1
i!ie young lady's death. It appears that
Miss Delano was engaged yesterday
morning in making her toilet. In this
she u-edaua!cohol lamp, which exploded.
How the explosion occurred is not
known, only the young lady being in the
room at the time. The fuel spread over
her clothing and iu au instant she was
enveloped in names. The family
tirst became cogni.aut of the hor
rible accident as she darted through
the house, screaming, and before
she could be stopped she had reached
the lawn. Hero she was caught aud as
quickly as possible wrapped iu rugs to
smother the names. She was cared for
with tender hands and the lainily physi
cian was summoned. She suffered ex
cruciatingly and the physician said she
could not survJveMhe injuries, and death,
at three o'cowi thU ruoruiiig relieved her
from her sun'oriugs,
Miss Delano was burned horribly, the
only part escaping the (lames being that
which was cove-red by lier corset. She
was nineteen years of age aud was known
in society here aud in .New York. Mrs.
James li. lloosevelt, of New U'k, aud
Mrs. Charles Kobhins, were sisters of
the unfortunate ladv.
THE It AX K Ol JACKsO.V, MISS.
Au Old Institution Goes Under, But
Does the Square Thing.
Canton, Miss,, July 22. Judge E. G.
Peyton, of the Ninth Chancery Court, now
sitting here, yesterday heard the petition
of Joshua Green, tlio principal stock
holder of Green's Bank, at Jackson,
ML-sissipiii, for tho appointment of a re
ceiver of the bank. The petitioner al
leges that the hank cannot comply with
the requirements of its charter. Judge
Peyton granted the petition, aud ap
pointed J. I,. Power, of Jackson, receiv
er. Eater the bank made au assignment
of all the assets to the receiver without
preference to auy creditor. The assets
are thought to be sutlicieut to cover
Hal Green went to New Orleans a few
days ago to negotiate a loan for the bank
of $25,000 on 100,000 of collateral, but
faiied. Colonel Ed. liichardson then let
liim have 100,000 in United States bonds,
but so close was money 'iu New Orleans,
that he could not raise the S25,0n0 on
them, llciico the trouble and assign
ment. Green's liank was the depository of al
most every Sheriff in Mississippi, and
much trouble and annoyance will grow
out of the failure. It is thought the
liabilities will reach 250,000. Tiie busi
ness was established iu 1S4S by J. and T.
Green, and incorporated in 1S75, with an
authorized capital of 100,000, of which
50,000 was paid in. .Joshua Green was
President and Win. II. II. Green, Cashier.
They formerly did a good business, aud
were looked upon as well off, liuancially,
The Hanover National ISauk was tho New
The Usual Promise Which is Never Ful
filled. KitTLMoND, Ixi., July 22. Late yes
terday afternoon tho rumor went the
rounds of business circles that checks on
the Kiclimond National Bank had been
protested in clearance with the other
banks of the city, and soon after a sensa
tion was produced by the authentic an
nouncement that the b unk had suspend
ed, as it was well known that It had a
largo liuo of deposits, Including thu City
School Board's balance of per
haps 20,000; tlio Township Trus.
lees' balance of a like sum, and
tlio County Treasurer's balance of per
haps more than 100,000. From a
statement furnished by the bank it
uppenrs that the total resources are
(102,500, nearly all of which it is claimed
Is good and not including unitvallnhlu
assets. The total liabilities are 8;iii'.t,0U0.
Their reason for suspending Is a failure
to raiso funds on their securities, and to
avoid a consequent run. The depositors
are promised payment In full.
At Clevolaud'i Homo.
Alhvny, N. Y., July 22. Things were
dull around tho Executive Chamber this
morning. Governor Cleveland recoived
a number of visitors, but none of any
T.ngan'n letter n I raets llttlo attention.
tfo Miliject in It has any real beariuj
upon the questions now betore the Amer
b an people. Logan's record as a spoils
man Is present in the minds of all. HU
enmity to 'honest money Is well-known.
His words iu this letter are a contradic
tion of all hii political life."
All interest to-day centers nrouud the
meeting of the State Democratic Com
mittee this afternoon. None of the dele
gates have yet returned.
Til E l'KOiUUri lOXISTS.
Notes of Preparations for tho National
I'M lsiu in. il, Pa., July 22. Lafayette
Hall, where the Prohibition Convention
meets to-morrow, presents a busy scene
this afternoon. The hall Is being elabor
ately decorated with gorgeous atfd uni
que mottoes, banners, etc. The stage Li
being covered with a bright carpet by the
w ives and daughters of delegates. Bright,
young uirls may be seen crawling about
the platform, driving tacks, and
r-houting to Stouter Six to
" Move the organ " which
is to piny a prominent part during the
Convention. The band renders an occa
sional National air, the ladies catching
up the retrain and working and singing.
Enthusiasm is the order of the day, and
everybody is going to work with a wiP,
declaring that theirefforts must eventual
ly succeed. While the delei-ates are pre
paring for the meeting a quiet conference
is being held between Commissioner of
Pensions Dudley, Kussell Lrn tt and other
prominent Republicans, which is thought
to havo considerable bearing upon the
probable action of the Prohibitionists.
1TKKCE I'll 11". AT (II.Ol'l ESTEK.
Eighteen Buildings Consuinad Loss
Gi.oi T.siKr!, Mass., July 22. A ter
rible and disastrous conilagration started
here this morning, and threatens the de
struction of the city. The tire started in
a carpenter shop ou Duncan street, oc
cupied by Harvey & Tarrls' block manu
factory. The wind was blowing a gale
at the time, and before the liremeu could
get to work with any effect, the tlamei
had leaped to the surrounding buildings,
and rapidly were spreading. The situa
tion became alarming and calls for help
were sent to Lynn and Salem. In two
hours' time twenty building were laid
low, and sti 1 the llretneii were totally un
able to cope with the llanies.
Gi.oiTKHiKit, July 22. --12 in. The
lire is under control. Eighteen wooden
buildings were consumed. Loss, 50,
iiQO to jsi;0,uoO. The lire closely adjoins
the territory of the former great lire. The
linns burned were small, and the loss Is
greatly divided. There were several uar
row escapes of life.
i:ae dale iiiifcvrriEs.
Score of Gams Phed on Monday,
New York Metropolitans, 4; Brook
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, 11; Louis,
Columbus, o. Columbus, 0; Toledos,
O,oincy, 111. Saginaws, d; (uincys, 1.
Baltimore, Md. Athletics, 2; Balti
Keokuk', la. Evausvilles, 10; Keo
Washington, D. C Washington, 12;
Allegheny, Boston Union, ; Na
Boston, Mass. Bostons, 4; l'hiladel
Philadelphia, Pa. Baltimore Unions,
11 ; Keystones, 5.
St. Paul, Minn. St. Pauls, 4; l-oit
Minneapolis, Mimi. Grain Rapids, 7;
Peoria, III. Bay Citys, 15; Peorias, 0.
The Sar atoga Races.
Su:. i'ooa, N. Y., July 22. The racing
to-day comprised four events and drew n
good attendance to the course. Thd
weather was favorable, being clear and
First Race Flash stakes, for two-yeat
olds; distance, half a mile; won by
Volante, Florio second, llurrigan third.
Time, 4:i 1-2. Mutuals paid 27.!'0.
Second Race Excelsior stakes, all ages,
distance mile and quarter, won by Free
land; Gen. Monroe, second ; M trie Stuart,
third. Time 2.11 1-2.
Third Race For a purse of ioo, all
ages, distance three quarters mile:
Won by Jim Ronwick; Sauutcrer, sec
ond; Hurch third. Time, 1:15 1-2. Mu
tuals paid !:'. 50.
Fourth Race Handicap, all ages, purse
500, distance one aud a quarter miles,
tlve hurdles: Guy, llrst; Major Pickett,
second. Time, 2:22 1-2. Mutuals paid
A Desperate Fight with a Colored lur
glar. Coli-miiia, S. C., July 22. A band of
white ami colored burglars aud highway
robbers, who have been operating iu
portions of Sumter County, S. C, for
some time past, have suddenly and to the
great relief of tho people beeu brought
to grief, but tho cost has been
very dear. The whereabouts of the
burglars having been ascertained
Henry Dtinlap and Constable Du
pre, armed with a warrant and
accompanied by a posse of ten citizens,
proceedeil to capture the robbers. The
party after meeting with considerable re
sistance succeeded in arresting one white
and two colored members of the band.
The white man was the leader. Reach
ing tho house of Mose Wilson, another
of tho negro burglars, Constable Dupro
read the warrant of arrest, when Wil
ou called for his gun, which
was brought by his wife, which
he leveled and suapped at
Dupre. Then turning, he tired upon
Dtinlap, killing him instantly, whereupon
the posse returned tlio (lie, kILing Mose
Wilson and mortally wounding Ids wife,
who was standing by her husband when
hn was tilled with bullets and buckshot.
The three other prisoners were lodged In
jail, and the excitement ngaliist them
Lumber Dealers Fail.
Indianapolis, Ind., July 22. W. 1).
Dickson & Co., lumber dealers hi Ihl.
city, inadu an assignment yesterday, lm
the benefit of their creditors, with Win.
II. Martz naircd as assignee. Thu assets
arc roughly estimated at 10,000. The
main creditor is said to be the Hammond
Bunk, which holds about 25,000 of tho
Aria's paper, but tho bank holds collateral
for a mirt of 'he Indohttv'ni'ss, The t ital
IS THE TIME
It i- ar ihm b. iiKon when the Tore open freuljr
ni th- Ivrpir.'i(ion l HhimiUnt ri al iin-rtnrtni
Humor, hii'iolmt nij Kiuptlonp, Itching I ortr.rei,
hHlt llueiim, or Ke.ema, : Korlifi , Tetter, King
worm, ll iliy Humor, Scrofula. Scrofulous Sores,
Ahi-eec-i, and ilUeharuiiej; WoiiudK, and every
i ecleii of Ilchin', scaly and piuip:v DineaHcg of
the skin arid S' aip nro mom speedily and econom
ically cured hy the 'i ri( ciia Kemkiuks.
IT IS A FACT.
Hundred o' letter In our pox-ei'i'lon (copieii ol
which mav he Imd hy return nnilh "le our auilior
ty lor the nmeriion thu! sk'n, reiilp ami Wood
Humors, wln lher .Scrofulous, Inherit (I, or Con
tai'ioiiH. may .NOW he permanently cired hy CcT
n i i:. L'kmiii.vknt, the new Wood Purifier, Inter
im 1 1 v . Biid Ci Tii i.KA and t'ciii i ka Soap, tho
cr.-ut SUin Cures and lleautillers, externally in one
half i le-time and nt one half the expenso of any
GREATEST ON EARTH,
t.'i in ciia Uhikdiks are the irrcate-l medicine
on (anli. Ilaillhe worst ra-e Suit Idieiim in this
country. My n. other had it twenty yeare, and in
lart dh-d from It. I le-lievi- l i nt ciia would have
Kiived her life. My urui. hrt al and head wera
Com r. d lor three yeare. which nothing relieved or
cured, until I used' the L'l itec ia IIksiiI.vkst, In
ten. inly, and (.'i to ciia aud I i t ci ha Suaf exter
nal, . J. w. Adams, Newark, O.
GREAT BLOOD MEDICINES.
1 lie half hai rot b en told an to the cent ctira
five powers ol the CiTiei.uA Hksikiuks. I havo
paid h'li.ilreds of do! ar- ior medicines to cure din
eases of the hlocd imd in. and never lotiud any
thi'iir jet to ((pun Ihu C I'Tict iiA Hemeiiiks.
PioMileuce, It. I. t ins, A. Williams.
CURE IN EVERY CASE.
Your i 'menu IfmKtJiK-s out-oll a'd other med
ieii' d I keep for pliiu it Heaio-H. My customers
and putieiien nay that 'ley have elT c:ed a cure In
every instance, w here ol ie-r n ncdles have fulled.
II. W. HnouovAY, M. li.
Fni'iUIin Fade. N. II.
S ild by all (lrtiL's:ieti. Prke: CcrlccnA, r0 els. ;
llKSOIA KN r. $ I ; so.U', i'.-tH. I'oTTKll DlilC. AND
(.'hem e i. ( o , Ho-t n, Mi .
Send lor "How to Cure sum Uireci;a."
1T? TT'l'V I'or fUulHirn, Tan and Cren
DliiVU 1 ley skin, ISiaekheiule, Pimp
'. skin 11 emieiies, and P iaulile Humor nuu
('CTtcTHA Scat, a n ul lieaiililier.
Complete Treatment with fn-
li;ilei' lor Une Dollar.
'I he (in-lit Hald'Oiiic Din: illation
o! W leu il'izel, Aiiierieuii I'iue,
, Canada Kir. Matifoltt, Clover llloe-
ykvV.'in. uic . railed Sankoud's li.ui-
VSWJi'.t I'itiii for It.., On In ,ol i .hi r.'Ht.r
and permanent euro of every hum
of t'aurih. from a simple Cold in
t lie He al to loee ol einell, l uele and
A.BL lle:ir:ii.', I'oiiuli and
fiy Loi.Miuiptioii. Compli
J i j 7 Mem, couei-iini! ot one li
' I leal Cure, one boj Catar
17 ''lit, ami one I nq roved I
' O' ii package, mav now I
if' I Vill HriiL'ir sle forgl. Ask
AJ'"cj 'I'oiiU'S JUDICAL LC h
lleariiii.'. CmiIi aud ( ularrhal
Loi.Miuiptioii. Complete treat-
be had of
sk for SAN-
. L t hK.
"The onlv ii'iso'iite ni. eil'.c we know of." Med.
Titin h "The heet we have found iu a lifetime of
eiillei liiL'." Uev. Dr. V l-'uiii, lloalon. "At'ier a
lout Mne.'i.'1" wili; CaoiTh, th" Uaiucal ('cue has
e. .iiipier-il. "' l.'i v. s. W. Monroe, i.ewiybui'cli,
I'a ' I li ive tuii found a i use that It did not re
lieve at once." Aieluw l.ee, Manchester, Maes.
1'o'iTEit lhico and Cm mical Co., Boston,
ni TA If!
New Lite for Shattered
JjlNi'rve, Pa'tiful Muscle anil
Weakened Ori'im. Col Ins"
Volntk Electric I'laeter In-
slaetly Kilee s the nervous
eystem and bauiehcM pain,
nervolieneeH and ilehllitv. A
s. . ..... .. t.'.. " .V .. .r
vVi, pt-rieei r.iteini-tfnivniin: iai-
H M' .. ,., I.lnnrt u'i IK a h I tih Iw
CI rf!TlG .... ......... ..v . .... ..
medicinal planter lor
tut. i to -a
rsmokcr of I)l.n kwell's Genuine
Hull Durham Smoking Totraeeo will
receive Premiums as follow ou
terms ami conditions here apee! tied
2d " S2,000
3d " $1,000
'i'i other I'ri'iiiliini aabereshowti.
The 26 premium will ho awarded
December 22, lss. l.t i'tvmium
iroes to the peisuin from whom we re.
eeivetlii'lawst uiunberof our empty
t' ibaeeo Ilv.' iirior u Hit 15. 'iti will
lie invnn for the next larwst nunilH-r
and thus, in the order of the uumut-r
of empty ba;s received from each,
to tiie twenty five ainvessfiil con.
test.inti. Kaeli lia must bear our
onmmil Itull Purtwtii label. V H.
Ueveniie etamp. and Caution Notice,
lla-s must lie done up securely in a
pa.-k.uo, with name and a,!drosn of
Heiid.T. and uiimtsT of niur contain
r.. plainly marked on the outulde,
and must he lent.ch.iruva prepaid, to
lllnehivell'a Diirhnni Tobnrro
o.. lU'iuiAM, N O Kvery treuuluti
paekiure has pietiire of Hull.
S,t our next announcement.
THE MS? TUIXQ KXOlt
In Hard or Soft, Hot or Cold Water.
fiWKS LAItOIC. TIMK ami SOAP AMAZ
IX.l.Y, and ttivea unlvcrsiil mil IsLm'Uoii. a
Jutiuly, neb or poor, uhould be without it
Bold hv all Oi-oeors. I! EH'A UK of Imitation
veil (leaieiied to iniaload. I'KAlU.ISK ih tlw
t)M. SAKI-: labor Biivmi! compouinl, anil ai
WUi'ii bear the above symbol, mid uiuuo ul
JAUHd l-VLK. NEW VUKK.
Is a tvpe r,f cit'tarh
lome. If i atiended
bv an inilaini'd coadl
lion ol'llie lliiU'K nieui
hrane of the noetrilH,
Ipar-rliK'l ml throat,
tor clinar 'he In rig.
A n nerld mtuus I a
a 'rreled. thedlacbarge
Ib accompanied with a
painful t-uriiiBit eenaa
lion. Thu ro ev
ere upasir.e of neea
i il if. Iriuuent attack
of bli'idiuK h'-admUe,
waterv ana innamed
tat of the fyea.
Kly (' earn Ila'm 1 t
remedy lounded on
correct dlairno'l of tbia dlea. and can b de
pended upon. ok-., at dr'Kiatt, die. by mall.
sample nortie nv man i"c.
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