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CAIRO, ILL, THURSDAY MOKXIXU. JULY '21, Mill,
When a man lias suflm-.! from lilicumatism
f tli I v fa llltlitu-l.u,. ij s..,ii,....i -,,..,.
J I' UllVt UlUtil I VII" ' U II "Jill 111.1 fill 11,
lie Is Uajipy una delimited. Hut suppose he li.i.s I
Suffered for moro than a
third of a century.
e Alvln c.rlm, of Valo, lnwa, writes:
"ATiii.(iiiiuii(isliuhi:il iiicintich. The
ram in my limbs m alliroue, but iwihu liim- V
humh is left yet, ami well th ru inikt be, t
for I have l-u troubled fur thirty-five
years with KbeuiuaUsiu."
Mrs. A. I!. Jiuker, of Chicago,
Had rheumatic pains In her
back for fifteen years,
and .Mr. Baker liad lx.cn thpvMlm of Klirti
ln.iUr.ia until ltl.i heuil was drawn down over
lil.s lt-lt hUould r. .Mr. linker writes:
"Half alittl'sot ATiiLni'iKii'.osmade
mo as (rood an new. My wife, has taken )
the other half, and ha not romi lamed (if
her Iwit siuee. hlie. soy her bark m-ver wan
no free from .ain ami ache ax it haa ln-cii
Obiucu the Lao UUn tho AiiiLiji-mjuos." O
There are many people who tliink th:.t
l.cr;iUMj they have biillered so l'dltf, itii'l
Lave trii.il so many riieilirines in vain, they
nm.-t "bufllr on their lhreea,-i-ore years.''
Lot yon see what ATJil.ol'Jlolw.i Liu done.
However Old your Cnne;
However Severe your I'airuj
However ;reut your Disappointment,
ZWTry Athlophoros 35Q
If you ramjet iM A rni.oi-iiiiiu.siif your lniimi-t,
wii will wn-l it c-jivwm paj !, "i; rwi-o.t of r-ihr
i ; -.!. dollar i--r lx Wi-pp-Pr that you boy
trim your drumr-., but if he. luu-it It. do not l
- rsuailt d Pi try oetiinir Ujc, but orj-.r at unou
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
C Ar. HKXDEPuSOJr,
No. ltit Commercial Ave.
.'".ole Ayfciit fin tin; (Vlubratcil
Manilla ttirer ai;.l J ) a!i-r in
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iran Work.
litiildi r' lln-dwaro ami Cvpeht Tr' Too!-, Ta'i'e
HU'I I'lirkct ' lit l-Ii, lo-nl ill l In; Market. liuOT
liro.' I'latcl Ktilv. Kuri- at.u 'p.kiii.. i.rnmte
Iron Ware. I! r;ni nr'.li. ,iare, W'h .- Monniain
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t'nr,.-t Si-r..T. 1 all. ir lln-1-Ti". l!-iiom. Win
dnw Scri-.'U W'Tt LiKlli, Vu'.l Miy-iy ol r'j?!i cu
Tin- al. 'Tt- .! ro. k ln!t -m r:c'.
I'nn.i-rlJ'h :icd I '..ii.iii.-ri. ia Avenue, I alio. 1:1.
Mfcufitcturvr and Dca'er In
h.li iitrui'i. between I'om'l Ave. ...id Leei-.
CIIOKi: IJOKINU A SPECIALTY
AIX KINDS OF AML'.VITION.
Safe KeD.iired. A:l K'n'.t l K ei 9 Miule.
Golilstine A' Iii;scinviitcr
13G lUS Com'l Ave.
have a full anil comi'lcio llni) of
Im.-i; IickhN. TiMi'Vs, Notions, Etc.
A heavy clock of body Ilni?e'J, Tuper
trii'B ami Inuruiu
A full Block ol Oil Clo'bf, all elzog ami prices.
Clt?ing& Gents' Urg Goods
A f'nl and complete Block UclaeluKOUt
at great btirnulIIS.
Cioods nt Uottom J'rieest
KV YOllIv STOUK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
'J lie Lni!.r:'at Variety Stock
IN TJIK. CJiTY.
(JOODS SOLD VKRY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
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TJni Rcffiilar Cairo St I'tidncali Daily
a GUS FOWLEK
IIKNMiY E. TAYLOH. Manter.
UUOiaili JUIIKa, Clerk,
.... L.flMiM daily fiinil.n V.-. '.l
TEETOTALERS IN COUNCIL,
Mooting of tho National Prohibition
Convention at Pittsburgh,
"Constitutional Convention for tho People
and by the People," "We Vote
Address of Welcome and Response
Temporary Organization Open
I'm Minimi, I'a , .Iu!y M. LafaycUu
Hall, the tried pet of I'itt.shuroli and pi hle.
of J'einmhuiila, jire.sents this iiiorninu' a
seem: prohably more animated than any
that has been seen under the l'oof since
that memorial day, thirty-two years u:;o,
when tin; antl-.sltvery .'onvcnlion, repre.
.s.-i.tin all of tlij free and four of the
slave States assembled to initiate an eman
cipation campaign. Its jrimy walls are
covered with .silken banners and wreaths of
(lowers and evergreens, and .shields bearing
the names ol the various States. 'ire pendant
from the cjalleries. A -het-t of canvas
lit retched from wall to wall bears the
Inscription In L'ii: int'.i: letters: "Con
.siitutional convention for the people and
by the people." In the background
formiiiH u semi-circle is the inscription :
"WK Wild. ui; ul l: O.NVHI lus."
To the riaht arid left of the l'rc.Mdent's
cliaii are bowers composed of the Star
S;iaiiL'led l'.aiiu'-r, the I'liion .lack of old
l.ui: and and Hie National of Spain
and Italy, while over the chair swings a
lloral soil-Id with the motto:
on: iih.mi;s and Mi'iin i:s mi - i i-,k nui.
1 1. ii:i.
in the floor ,'imj 11,011 ainl .women, their
l.reasts ri-si!i-ndent with spanU-il silken
bailee", are f:t-t Li'-ttini' inlo tfii ir seats.
'J lii-y are ijeli-u'at' n to the .National Con
Velitiou of the l'rohlbitioll Home l'rotec
tion party, and uu-lible coiiL'ratulatioii
are )-i'.z e.vhai' jed ail over the hail on
the allpicioUS i.i'eliini; of the lar'i .-t
1'iohib.tion (.'oi'.v.-ntiou e( r h--:d in the
l iilled States. It was pp -cNe y eleven
o'clock when H-jii. jidem T. Stewart, of
n.'.io, called the Convention to order and
Introduced Ihv. J jr. A. Miiur, of llo.-toii,
to h ad in pray.-r.
livery seat on the lloor and in the gal
leries was occupied, and the aisles and
stairways w re rendered impassable by
the ib ii.-e throne; ,,f people, who had been
unable to llndini; staudiiit; room.
After prayer, the Secretary, 11. W.
.Kelson, of Chicago, read the call for the
Convention. At the conclusion of Secre
tary Nel.sou's reading the band reuuered
Mr. C. h. Ihe-s, of Chi' ao, delivered
the ad dress of wefcome in which he saiil:
"It Is a very meat hotior and a very
pleasant duty l.i welcome to this city the
deb-gates of the National 1'rohibition
Convention. This is a iar'e Convention,
because it is made out ol the essence of
moral convictions. You are the most
loyal representatives of this (iuvcrument.
You are the men and women most deeply
concerned In the purity and Pennine
prosperity of its people. You manifest
the truest patriotism and National pride.
You represent communities where divine
truth is the most vital. Your principles
d ice a hijrhcr value on mind, body and
soul and a.l highest industry and a.l the
departments of our (ioverumeut than
any other political platform on the face
of the ::'obe. Never did a party more
justly plead for help than does this party.
It is only heeding the voice lu the wilder
ness; the new commandment : l,(jo ye
unto all tae world." Uu our side are tho
"precious promises," tho "one hour" of
soul travail in (jethsemane, the finished
work of Calvary, the cloven tongues of
fire, the antiels that excel in strength;
and so long as truth quickens souls, so
l.ni will our cause grow. You miuht
stay a tornado or a Niagara; but a million
souls under the pressure of divine truth,
never. Do not forget the cause that
brought you here. Hack of us is a cen
tury of desolation, caused by a legalized
liquor traffic, the long story of which Is
like a perpetual plague. This traffic has
become a hoary-hcaded giant, defying the
armies of the living tiod. mr issue is
the question of ths age, and you are
most competent to discuss it. If we are
asked "What is the influence of women
in public places'" our answer is: "Lucy
lu conclusion Mr. Hose said: "When
you come to choose a man for the highest
otlicc in this country, let it be a man
whose labors have ino.;t richly blessed
tho cause of prohibition."
HON. 0. k. sti:wai:t,
Chairman of the National Committee, lu
behalf of the Convention, responded
briefly. He said:
Your city is symbolic of our cause.
Here in western Pennsylvania the lirst
rebellion against this Ilepublic, a rebel
lion bom as usual of the whisky barrel,
went down under the bayonets of 15,000
militia, called out by the father of his
country; aud here that later riot and In
surrection, against your city and State,
borne as usual of the dram shop,
was crushed by the civil and
military power with bloodshed and great
deslrnction of property; at the cost of
millions of dollars to the tax-payers of
the country. These monuments of the
past should serve as beacons for the fu
ture, to warn our intelligent and pa
triotic citizens to strike now with the
white hand of Prohibition, armed with
that great peace weapon, tho ballot, the
blows that can save their homes and de
stroy the destroyer, but which, if long
delayed, may at last bo struck in llames
and ruins by the red arm of war."
He closed his response to tho address
of welcomo by thanking the citizens of
Pittsburgh for I.afayetto Hall; for its
majestic memories; for Its lightning
truths and thunder voice, to teach, to
warn aud to Inspire the hearts of the
delegates for the great conllict before
After the applause which followed Mr.
Stewart's rcponso had died away, aud
without Intervening business, he at once
proceeded to deliver tho opening address
to tho Convention. In a lengthy and
vigorous speech he arraigned the liquor
tralllc as a greater curse to the country
than slavery before emancipation, and
declared that If tho nnti-slavery people
had formed a National Prohibition party;
had taken possession of the Government,
and had abolished that curso through
out tho Nation, the slavery problem
would have been peacefully solved by tho
abolition of drink, by tho ballot, and
t!m civil wnr would Inve h'td no place m
Hiat "A compromise with crime is itself
a crime," and that a "National crime can
imly be dealt, with by a National Prohibi
lioii." Pursuing tlie subject further he
aid: ".hist before tho lato war, our
Nation was .shuddering on Hie verge of a
decision from the Supreme Court of the
I'nited States, then announced and ex
pected, that would have obliterated all
the State Constitutional and statutory
prohibitions of slavery, and would have
converted every im h of the Ilepublic in
to slave soil by National Constitution."
The ll'juor-crimo conspirators and
their subservient politicians have been
and an- attempting to accomplish a
r-iitiilar result by securing au act of Con
gress to be capped by a Supreme Court
decision, which will sweep away all
State and local constitutional and
statutory prohibition against the liquor
trailic, aud will give to the liquor crime
the full license of the National constitu
tion. To coerce tho National parties
un h r its control to do this work is now
one of the great aims of the liquor power.
It is the only way to prevent tho liquor
crime lroin soon following the f .te of the
slavery crime before tin: moral forces
which now shake the Nation.
The speaker concluded Ills address
with a plea for a new party of peace and
progress, to bring again In joy aud glory
the reunion of the Ilepublic. The hearts
of all the churches aud of all the people
were crying for such a party, and it was
for this Convention to answer the cry and
thereby do its share to bring about the
salvation of the Ilepublic.
At the close of tho opening address Mr.
Stewart received au ovation, and it was
some time before silence could be re
stored. There were also frequent and
long-continued plaudits at different
points in the address, especially when he
declared that the nominee id the Conven
tion must be well-acquainted with for
eign policies; that the first and indis
pensable step of the Prohibition party
mud be the total abolition of the two war
parties which have so long divided the
I'niou as with a sword.
After tho opening address, temporary
organization was effected by the election
of Hon. Win. Daniels as temporary chair
man, and Mary T. Woodbrldge, of ihio,
President of the Woman's Christian Tem
perance Union, as temporary secretary.
Mr. Daniels acknowledged tho compli
ment in a brief address, in tho cotirse of
w hich lie declared that In four years more
every county iu Maryland outside of
iialtimore would be under Prohibition
rule. lie referred to the great evil at
tending the license system, and cited the
Di-trict of Columbia as an instance. The
audience at intervals cried "shame" aud
"amen " When ho referred to th-i in
ability of Prohibitionists to pass prohibi
tory laws through Congress, a shrill voice
was heard to cry out, "It's because Con
gress is in league with the devil."
The speaker concluded by declaring
that if the Democratic party failed of
success next November, it. would, beloro
tho next Presidential election disband as
a party and the members enter the fold of
the Prohibitionists. Ih-uce it was im
portant that our ballots should aid in
promoting such a result by polling for
the Prohibition ticket us large a vote as
It was after one o'clock when Chairman
Daniels brought in his.inaugaral .speech
making to a conclusion with a passion
ate appeal for the breaking up of one or
other the two existing political parties.
When Danie.s resumed his seat,
stentorian cries came from all parts of
the hall for
"m v m un land"
from tho ban I, but it was found that the
instrumentalists were not equal to the
Another portion of the audience called
but the voices were drowned iu howls of
The local Committee on Credentials
reported twenty-two States represented
by joo delegates.
At half past one tho Convention ordered
tho roll ot States called for the members
of the various committees.
When the Convention was about to ad
journ, a warm wrangle was precipitated
by the failure of the Secretary to call the
Territory of Dakota for members of tho
committees. Several delegates charged
that there was a desire to choke out Ter
Mrs. llurke, of New York, appealed iu
1 elialf of the Territories, but the audi
ence was unwilling to listen, and in the
midst of a scene of confusion at 1 :'.)') p.
in. an adjournment was taken until 3
A Thief Confesses.
Stai nto.n, V.v., July I'll. On Sunday
night last tho residence of Dr. C. D.
Cooper, a prominent physician who lives
iu tho upper part of Fauquier County,
Was entered while the family were at
church and 81,000 carried off. Morris
Oliver Ulaine, a politician of local fame,
who lived upon the premises of Dr.
Cooper, confessed yesterday that he com
mitted the theft. A strong box contain
ing the booty was found iu a hay-stack
where lilaitie had concealed it. An ex
amination of the couteuts showed that
none of the money was missing, lilaiuo
l.ad been spoken of for a Federal position,
ut the crime confessed by hint will
orobably prevent him from securing tho
TJIK CKTEI. H)NOl'OI.s;Ti.
They Send Their Ordera for Dynamite
Bombs to the Wrong1 Man.
Covington, Ky., July L'3. William
Wilson llanos, of this city, has received
an order for three thousand dynamite
bombs to be used against the Nelson
v'.lle, Dhlo, striking coal miners. Ilanes
refused to till tho order for such use and
forwarded it to Governor Hoadley, who
turned It over to Detective Harris lor In
vestigation. Vanderbilt's Opinion of It.
SruAKi iis, N. Y., July l';!. A citizen of
this place, while transacting some busi
ness with Mr. William 11. Yanderbilt at
Sharon Springs the other day, interro
gated the millionaire as to his opinion ou
the approaching election. Mr. Vander
bllt said ho was not iu the habit of givim;
his opinions to everybody, but did no,
care much if his sentiments wero known
on this question. Ho thought that tho
Independents had become so very inde
pendent that no politicians could control
them, hence bo ilrmly believed thst
Grovur Cleveland wouid bo the next
Prcsldeut of the United States.
Cyelono at Jcffaison, Wis.
Milwalkkk, Wis., July 23. A cyclone
swept over Jefferson, Wis., this morning.
Mauy buildings wore unroofed. A mail
tvitnnd l-'oundrn wm Mlh-d. Tt I, sue-
THE STORM KING'S FURY.
Further Details of Destruction by
tho Lito Tornado in tho
Two ChiMren Clown Away and Never
round -Many Persona Killed" and a
Ltrgo Number Wounded.
Vast Injury to Uuildings, Stock, Fences
and Growing Crops at Many
Dr.i.i. llu'iiis, Dak., July 1!:!. At three
o'clock Monday afternoon a tornado
struck this village from the northwest,
and wrought considerable damage. None
were killed or seriously injured in tho
village, i! irns and other out-buildings
without number were blown to pieces.
Nearly all tho glass In the west side of
buildings was broken by tho hail which
accompanied the storm.
in the county there was great havoc.
Those reported killed are: Mr. Juo.
Hale, Mrs. Dickinson's daughter. Two
childrenof Mrs. Maltby, livingeightmiles
west of town were blown away and can
not be found. Four other deaths are an
nounced. Those seriously injured are:
Cora lloff, two children of Jones Helms,
Christopher Walter-, a son of Chris. Wal
ters, two children of General Gunderson,
Peter llallwor-i.-ii, and Mrs. Marcus.
Several farm-houses were destroyed,
and nearly every farm lost bams and
outbuildings. A great many horses and
cattle were killed. Crops wero leveled
and destroyed by the hail. The track is
about eight miles wide at this place, with
the village iu the center. The loss in
tho vi.lago Is about SiiOioi.i. Throe
fourths of the crop in a strip six miles
wide and twenty long are gone. The
t-t -rin lasted about thirty minutes. Mrs.
Hale was buried to-day.
Li'vhknh, Minn., July L'3. Two men
and two young women were killed in this
vicinity by the storm of Monday and a
number of ethers injured. The damage
in I.uverue is estimated at about $1l',0oh.
A good many buildings w ere blown dow n
through Kock County, and crops were
somewhat damaged. Toward four o'clock
in tbo afternoon the outline of the ap
proaching tempest became clearly defined
in tho northwest, and very soon after a
huge mass of overhanging clouds, plainly
indicating the approach of a strong wind,
rolled toward town with startling rapid
ity. The appearance of tho storm,
though unusually threatening, was not
such as to occasion serious alarm, and
after the first vigorous gust tho impres
sion prevailed that the worst was over.
In this :.pr.ar:.,.ces were deceptive.
After a brief cessation of the storm tho
rain began to fall in torrents, and the
wind gathered strength. A moment
later the wind tempest began the work
iu real earnest. Tho rain was driven be
fore the wind in a vast sheet with great
force, and each moment the terrors of
the tempest grew liercer.
There was now good cause for alarm.
The spire of the llaptist Church was
hurled to the ground. 'The strongest
structures tieinbied to their foundations,
others rocked aud swayed in momentary
danger of destruction, while those less
substantial or more directly exposed
to tho wind were blown into a
thousand pieces. Tin roofs, shingles
and cornices were torn from the busi
ness buildings. Signs were wrenched
from their lasteuiugs aud dashed into
store fronts and broken boards and win
dows were driven through the air iu
wild confusion. The tempest raged thus
furiously for over half an hour, and tho
sceue during the time was appalling.
For a time It seemed that the destruction
would lie general, but the force of tho
tempest was diminished and toward live
o'clock it completely subsided.
Kock lUrms, I.., July 2:1. A severe
storm passed over this place about three
o'clock Monday afternoon. It did no
serious damage here, except to the crops.
Hi'isox, Dak., July .:!. Keports from
the track of the wind and hail storm
which crossed the southwest part of this
county Monday afternoon, are very dis
couraging. Crops within a strip about
seven miles wide by twenty long, from
Wolsey on the Milwaukee Hoad, to
Carthage on the Northwestern, are al
most destroyed. Tho loss to farmers
will reach Sio,OU0. The towns of Wol
sey and Carthage suffered much damage
from breaking of glass, but no lives were
tdi.VM) Alt.MY VKTKUAXS.
Ten Thousand Ex-Soldiers in Camp at
Minneapolis, Minn. General
MiNNK.M-oi.is, Minn., July 3. The
Graud Encampment of the G. A. II.
Veterans took place last night at the Fair
Grounds, fully 10,000 ex-soldiers being
present. The hotels are all crowded, and
fully 000 tents are pitched lu the
Fair Grounds. Governor Hubbard, of
Minnesota, delivered the address of wel
come, which was responded to by II. I!.
Heath, tho Commander of the Graud
Army of the ilepublic, w ho said the Grand
Army now contains on its rolls 204, noo
members, all of whom had bravely served
their country from the rout at Bull Kuu
to the surrender at Appomattox. These
were followed by the addresses of
General Warner, of Missouri; Colonel
Hicks, of Minnesota; Colonel Grosvenor,
of Ohio, and General Gibson. Among
those oti the platform vvere General Sher
man, General Logan, Governor Hubbard,
Mayor Pilsbury, Governor Uush, of Wis
consin; General Fairehild, and Grand
Commander Heath and staff.
TKKP.IIM.K ;.H I'.XIM.OSION.
A Store Blown to Pieces and Several
Persons Killed or Wounded.
Atlanta, Ga., July 23. A terrible ex
plosion occurred yesterday afternoou iu
Ihc stored Chas. M. Uarrey, 170 Deca
tur street, resulting In the killing ol two
people and the wouuding of seveu others.
Scvcrul workmcu wero running gas pipes
Into Barrey's grocery store, and while
making the connection a largo quantity
of gas escaped from a pipe under the
floor of the building. With a view of ex-'
nnlng soino portion that commanded
their attention, ono of tho workmen fool-,
j-hly struck n mafh. lmHntlv in fx-
pleccs. liill Madison, one of negro
workmen, w is so badly injured that
he died while being taken home.
Hi- assistant, named Carrington, was
picked up tenibiy mangled, with a large
hole lu his head, thought likely to be
of a fatal t haracti-r. A negro woman,
Annie (later, was killed Instantly, liar
rev, the proprietor, was found on an up
per shelf wedged iii hctvvceu tho rafters
.villi one of Ins legs broken and Dadlv in
jured internally. Mrs. Ilarrey, Miss May
liarrey and Mrs. J. Grace were quite se
verely Injured. The store is torn literal
ly to pieces. Carrington Is reported to
iiai: ham. itianv mi:s.
Score of Games Played on Tuesday,
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, 4; Louis-
Cincinnati, . St. Louis Unions, 0;
Iialtimore, Md. Athletics, II; Haiti-
Columbus, I.). Columbus. 3; Toledos,
New York Metropolltai s, 3; Urook-
Indianapolis, Hid. Ciucinnalis, 'J; In
Philadelphia, Pa. Iialtimore Unions,
5; Keystones, 4.
Minneapolis, Minn. Graud KaphN, 3;
St. Paul, Minu. Fort Waynes, (I; St.
Washington, I). C Alleghenys, U;
Providence, II. L Philadelohias, D;
Chicago, 111. Kansas Citys, 4; Chica
go Unions, 2.
liuffalo, N. Y. liuffalos, 11; Detroit.-,
Peoria, 111. Peorias, 10; Hay Citys, '..
Stillwater, Minn. Still waters, II;
Terre Ilautes, 4.
Ouincy, 111. Sagiuaws, H; 2ulncys,
Cleveland, C Chlcagos, 11; Clove-
it no is ri:oirn:iT,
The Notorious Mary Blank, Fined 3250,
"Takes Water" and Bss for
Maksii.u.toWN, Ia., July 23. The trial
of Mary 11 auk, who w as arrested so many
times last week for selling beer, resulted
in her conviction. A line of 20O was
Imposed. When the second case against
her was called yesterday she submitted
a statement that she had discontinued
business and promised that she would
hereafter desist from selling beer con
trary to tho law, and asked to be shown
as much clemency as possible. Tho
prosecution, after considering the mat
ter, consented to abandon the two re
maining cases, the costs solar accrued
being taxed against the defendant.
A Jilted Lucretia,
Mt siii'.iio.v, Muti., July 23. Some
body stole into the back kitchen of Mr.
Wm. Fritz in this city Monday night, and
put some "Kough. on l.'ats" into the ket
tle, on drinking coffee made from the
water at breakfast yesterday ' morning
four persons were poisoned, Wm. Fritz,
his two daughters, aged live aud seven
teen, and Jno. Sprick, a boarder. Sprick
lived with Mollie Mulligan some- time
ago, and then left her. A woman w:us
seen loitering about the place after one
o'clock Monday night, aud suspicion
strongly points to her as the woman who
did the deed. The police went to the
hotel where she had been engaged as
cook, but learned she left Monday night,
ind had not been seen here since. She
was arrested iu Chicago last night.
Fatal Explosion of a Threshing Machine
LiTCiiiii'.i.D, Ii i., July 23. A threshing
machine exploded ut a point a few miles
from this city Monday afternoon. Jno.
West was instantly killed and Frank Has
kell died In three hours, -while Wm,
Fisher, Jas. King, Geo. West, Floyd
West, Jas. Fardell and Daniel LicharJ
soti were scalded and cut, and four of
them are said to be fatally hurt. Tho
thresher and the most of the machinery
were blow n to atoms, and most of the
wheat stacked was burned.
St. John Heard From.
KoaiKsn.i;, N. Y., July 2;!. Ex-Governor
St. John, the temperance orator,
while here was interviewed yesterday.
He said: "I am not a candidate before
the Pittsburgh Convention, and my
friends understand that I could not ac
cept the nomination. 15ut I shall give
the nominee my heartiest support. I
think seventy-live per cent, of the Pro
hibitionist votes lu tho North will como
from the Republican party, while in the
South tho majority of Prohibitionists
were originally Democrats."
SarutORa Races Postponed.
SAKviotiA, N. Y. July 23. There was
a heavy thunder shower here this morn
ing, with lightning. The track is very
heavy aud the races have been postponed
until four o'clock.
Stanley, the African explorer Is ex
pected in England Sunday.
The President of San Salvador was pre
sented to President Arthur.
There has been no change in the brick
layers' and laborers' strike.
The cholera cases at Paris have turned
out to bo some other disease.
Gunboats are being concentrated be
tween Assouan aud Wady Haifa.
The tiueen congratulates the President
upon the rescue ot the Greely party.
Forest tires are raging all through
Michigan, and the damage is terrible.
A gas-well has been discovered at Frank
fort, Dak., while parlies wereexcavatlng.
Chicago police arrested Mollie Fink,
charged with murder near Muskegon,
Collin & Co., oil dealers of Cincinnati,
have failed. Liabilities, $12,000; assets,
L. M. Lnddah, of Friar's Point, Miss.,
committed suicide because of despon
dency. Mysterious Davo, a Texas desperado,
shot and killed Thomas Nixon, a deputy
The Egyptian Conference held a mod
log, but adjourned slno dlo without doing
Kx-Mlnlstor Sargent ha. bomi asked to
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago. Backache. Headache, Toothache,
Sore Tin-out, Snplliii;ii. S,rlii. liruiaes,
Kuril. Neil I'rml Itifva,
j M ai.i. uumi ii.ioi i.v eti.vs m Allies.
S -14 by lii-j.i.t. ..i..t lal-T. ..-rili.r. lolly a tottl.
1'ir.. ti. .ti. in u l iei'lti.
TIIK HAI.1.KX A. VOUr I.Kit ( O.
AmcotMiu I. A . vuuuLii t iu i lUlliaure, IU., I. S. A.
KnmkorR ef Bl.n-kwvirs Oenulnn
linl) Llnrhiiiii SinokiiiK ToUci-o will
receive 1'relnmiilH art follow I'U
terms ami eomlitieiw here CeiUcil
2d " S2,000
3d " Sl,000
'i'i other Pre inliimH h lure shown.
The 2f, ri'!iiinin will lie svvsnle.1
per-1-mh.-r 22, l-J ,t l'reiiiiiim
V. .. the I'er-i.n from whom we ro-e.-ivetlielare-t
imiuherof our empty
tokwoliiK-s i.rior M lrr 15. gllwill
I- .iven for tli next Irvnrext uiimher
uu.ltlnia. ill til" i.r-ler of the tnimlier
i-f eoii-ty Ii.tvh reeeivul front eaeti,
to Hie twvnty live suive-wfnl con
tetiini. Kneli Liu nmut hear our
nri.nii.il null Piirlinm hihel. H S.
llovmiii'Ktmiip. iitiil Caution Notiee.
ll-w-H niii-t lie ilone up H-imrely in a
I d.-liVe. Willi imme anil n-Urein of
n ii'l-T aii.l nanilKriif narf-rnnMin-e-l.
rliinly i:.-irkei on the nnMiti,
(i'i 1 nni-i hiMent.ehirirenrrPi'Aiil. to
Itlaek well'it Durham Tohnri-n
( o., In-iiiuM. N C K.very ift-mtiue
l-a.-k.u-i- lin ' piet'ire of Hull.
.Ve uiu nest announcement.
To Mie ln-ei!" of the tnorHt. rnni'iierrlnl traveler
mal new n-tto-r, UoMi-tier'n Stomach Hitters Is
eei.l.iiriy mli.ini-il, Hince 11 strei'Cih nil tho diKin
live or.-iien, h-o linie, h the phyieul enemies to
iiiiheiilihliil li ilni'tin . It r mnve and prevents
III ll -iri III fever, ejili-lipmiiill, lv-en(iia, tleHltllflllly
Htiinu'.iitea the kidney innl l.lncliler, tin I enriches
hh we'll as ptirilli'n 'Iii' hlooil, When overcome by
I'uli'jiie, whether nii-nt-il or phyntcil. the weary anS
ilehiliiuieil lioil it n reliable co'iive of renewed
tori-nuili hii'I comfort
l-'or nle lie nil ilru.-eislB mill dealers geuernlly .
AND OLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
'liidncy-Wiirt ia tiio moet auocCMt'uJ remedy
I over use J." Dr. P. C. Eallou, JJjnkton, VC
"Kidney. Wort ia always reliable."
L'r. 11. N. Chirk, So. lToro, Vt.
"Kidney -Wo rt. has cured my ifo alter two Tears
ulieruih'." Dr. C. M. Smumorlin, Sun Hill, Go.
IN THOUSANDS OF CASES
it has cured where all els hod failed. It la mild,
butclHcicut, t'K.liTAIN IJi 11 S ACTION, but
UarmltMB In all cases.
t irltpleunn- the lltond and Strpnethcnsand
irlvci New l.ll'e to all the Important organs of
tiio tw;ly. Tito natural action of the Kidneys is
restored. Tho Liver is cicaascd of all disease,
ond tho Bowels movo freely and healthfully.
la tins way tno wont ouoiuen oxo eradicated
from tho system. g
riuix, ?t oo i.i ;riD or put, solo ni druggists.
Pt y ran be pent by mail.
WT.I.I.S. Kll HAKKsOf AmnurlliurifHiVC
TTiU poroni iiLii'tcr Is
atisnlulrlv th (V.tf ever
Dm.)', combining tliu
rirtuf i-f Jiut.H wiUi
mlttitt tvi 1 -11 Itl 1 Hil l 1 V-
iraets. lu power la wonderful In curlne: diseases h..r
other planters simply p liete. Crielc in tho Iia.-k and
N.-ck, Pa: ii mttiKSeleor l.:ml. Still Joints and Ituseh-s,
Kidney Ti-ouhle-i, kheuniaiisin, Nuiiml-ia, Koro Chest,
Alftvtiuiiauf Iho Heart and Uver,aiidall iu oroches
In uiy part cured inct.iutly by tho i(..p riaaler. I jr Try
Mailed on receipt of price. Sold by
ad dru.-cifts and country utoixs.
"! '.inter Cnmpunv,
Proprietors, boston, llaaj.
ii. I : iee ) et-ius or ure mr si IM.
I jTl-'orruiisiii tlna, lurm of uii':.tottmiiiiM'iW"iti(tti
Whne debllli.v. fxhiinatrd
pour i, prHui.iliou decay
ml (oluro to iMTlorm life's
Unties property are viiinwd by
on-,!.-,-, errors nf yntuli, wc,
Mill hnil a perils l, and last'na:
n-iloriinoii to ruliuat hrultk
and vlffiinniK munhiiod la
THE MAP5TQN BOLUS.
Neil her nloina.-U umuitmii m.r
mtvimi lie ni II tr an!
atieeis;,fiil beeaiiRO bii-ed on perfeeb di.nrmwiii,
new mid dlrei-t nielhniU and ahuilntc I hois.
iiithii'a. Fell ielorm.Mion aud 'ImaiiM frm.
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