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CAIRO, ILL., SATURDAY MORNING, .IUIA lMJ,
hen a man liiiSRiifleroil from lUicumatisin
only a lli tlo while, and Is relieved from his pnlii,
lii' 1 huppy and dillyhtud. Hut suppose he tins
Suffered for moro than a
third of a century.
Alvln (!rtm, of V.iIp, Iowa, writes
"A riii,(rnoiins has helped ineuiucu. Theft)
)miii In my Unit in all trout-, but some, lame-
Hess Is lull yet, ami well there, mis-lit U,
for I havn been troubled fur thirty-live
9 years with WicuhjuUhui."
Mrs. A. 15. Baker, of Chicago,
Had rheumatic pains In hor
back for fifteen years,
anl Mr. P.akf-r had born tin? victim nf itlir-u-iiiuti.siii
until lils head was drawn down our
Ms le:t Hlioulder. Mr. linker writes:
"Half a bottle otATin.oi'iiouoii made
me an s-ood as new. My wife, bus taken
the other half, ami ban not coinplami-d of
her backsiiieu. She i-ays her back m-vt-rwas
so free, frmn pain ami ache as it ban been
since bo bail taken the. Anu-uniuuuri." O
There arc many jk nplo vL think tliat
l.eraiiv; tiny have sulli-red ed Inn;', tin-1
liavi' tried so many nieiJiiitics in vain, tin y
luii.-t "oiiiler on their tlircegvore years."
I'.ut you bee what Ai iiloI'Ijoiius had dune.
Ilowcvrr Old your Cme;
However Severe your I'liius;
However ;rcnl your Dlsuppuliitiuenu,
If you ranii'itsft ATni.iMioi:OKff your drainrist,
we will send it express ( aid, on receipt of ri-ular
, iii'-.im: dollar -rU.tlle. S refer that you buy
i' !rom your dminftst, but If be hanii't It, do not m
x-rxiiadi-d to try soiucUiuik il, but order ut onco
r iu us u directed.
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f Himmmimui MfiM.imin.iim
. r. HENDERSON,
No. ltUrCuriimcrcinl Ave.
3oIc A'rcnt foi the (Vlehmtfil
Vau.fai itm-r tied Dealer in
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work,
l!u:olir' lli'dwarc sr.d la'pci.t. r-' To i!. TaVe
and J'iw ki t i Ul;rry. bet Ifl the l ir t e t. llnili'l
'.ro." I':sti" Kmv-. For', anu M.oon. imu'.te
lrnti Ware. I! r in artle n ar- n n- Mouitntn
Yfrzrt. W iter ( o,;. r. Kefi.erK'.-r. t lottica
Wrlniferi". i rmvn r". titer-. M i I.ad'te:i. dardeu
lni;demeii. (,o!c!i-i Ma: till Sloven het ill the
world, l.ttnpr of very iiei ri, t:ur. K'.alii OH,
t'rM t Swei ii'T, 1"- u' !nr lm-Kru. liromn. Win
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f'h Strec., bi-tweeli t'oci"! Ave. ..ml I.i'V-'i'.
C'HOIvK r.OHINC. A SrECIAI.TY
AM. KINDS OK AVI'VITIOV.
itfer Kaintt'd. All Kn d ' h--- Mutlf.
(Jolilstinc iV' Iifiseinvator
l HO &. I'iS Com l Ave.
have a full and coiiiplc'-e line f
Liiirii ooik riiMi'i'S, Notions, Etc.
A heavy clock of liody r.ni.-e, Tsper
tries and limraln
A full fliirls ol Oil Clo'li?, all eizos and r"'re?.
Clothing & Gents' Finnish's fioods
A full and tomph te Btoek id cloi-iui; out
at great bargains.
Ciooda at Bottom Priopsl
EV YORK STOliK,.
WHOLESALE AND UE'AIL.
The Lariat Variety StocV
IN TJIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORIv STORE CO,
Cor. Niucttsonth street 1 (hll'rt 111
Tins Regular Cairo Paducali Daily
IIEN1IY K. TAYI.Olt, Mauler.
UKOUUlt JOUKs. Clerk.
leaven l'iducnh for ftniro dully (Snnriays cxrept
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THE GOVERNOR WINS.
Tlio Fight in tho Wc3t VirKlnln
Stato Convention Tho Tickot
A Maniac's Bloody Attack oa Ilia Wifi
and Children All Sfivfirnly Wounded
He Surrenders to a Neighbor.
Field and His Friends Swindling Theif
Uncle Heavy Suit for
ViiKi:i.iX(i,W. Va., July ':. Tho Dem
ocratic Convention reassembled this
morning, .'ind affr u little liht ol fuur
hoars' duration placed in nomination for
Governor K. N'lllas Wilson, of Kanawha,
the tk leu of the antl-monopoiy and anti
rins elumunt of the party. This result
carrie.i with it a vindication of the Stato
Administration, and is a virtual Indorse
ment of tho unpopular reassessment
measure. Inasmuch as the whole strength
and t ower of the Governor and his staff
of oCklals have been concentrated in the
tffoit to down Faulkner, and secure tuu
election of Wlisoit. Tho chief cause of
Faulkner's defeat was the.uufurtonatn se
iecllo i of Colonel Geo. II. Moffett, of
the llifjiitff, for permanent chair
man, ibis forced the isue, and
sent over to the Governor's side
many delegates who, had the blunder not
been made, tvuuld have voted lor Faulk
ner. The general opinion Is that the nom
ination ol Wl'sui! is a Sunder, and there
are grave lears that the ticket will be
sacrlilced, especial. v If the ili-publlcan
make a judicious nomination at l'arkers
burg next Week.
Tnos. liul.'y, of We!!er, was tioiuiuated
fvr Auditor; W. I'. Thompson, ol Cabell,
for Treasurerjand Alfred Caldwell, Attorney-General.
Tlie platform siinjily reu Minus tin: reso
liition adopted at Cturle.-ton In April ia-t,
uinl the Chicago iilailorm. '1 he propu.-ed
temperanec atnendment was mven the
g'i-i y. lii-solutinus w ere :ivsi:il indorsing
C.eve,a:id and lleudrlcks.
A MAMAl'S WUKK.
II o Hakes a Murderous Onslaught
Upon Ilia Own Family.
C'HAriAXooiiA, Tkn.v., July Jj. A
special from Athens, Tenn.,sta'.es that one
liayburn, living near Williamsburg, took
his gun, and without warning com
menced an onslaught on the whole
family, severely injuring all. His
wife in trying to shield her head from the
blow, had her hand badly torn and mu
tilated by the hammer of the gun. The
screams of the wife and children brought
h-dp. and when Kayburn discovered the
men coming, he suutched up one of ids
chi.dren, a little girl, aud started off hur
riedly lu the direction of Williamsburg,
dragging the child part of the way. While
returning he met -Mr. J. I). Williams,
about a mlie from ilayburn's home, and
pave himself up, sawn;; the men who
were after him wanted to kiil him.
'J ! unfortunates were cared for, and
the crazed man taken to Atheiis and
lodged In jail. lie is now a raving
HEM) AM) HIS FK1F.XD.
They Partaka of a Mairnia :ent Banquet
Among the Clouds.
Nkw Yc.uk, July i'.". Mr. Cyrus W.
Field gave a lunch in commemoration of
the completion of his new building at the
lout of Hroadway yesterday. Tables
were spread on the top of that tall build
ins, an awning erected and lloral decora
tions were supplied. About -00 guests
sat down to lunch, with a most mag
nlllceut view of New York harbor and of
the metropolis spread out before them.
On the pavements below men were drip
plug with perspiration, but up there a
cool bree.o refreshed everybody. Among
others present were Mayor FaNoii,
Comptroller Grant, l'resident . D. I'.ald
w ln of the Fourth National Hank, l'resi
dent Murray of the United States liank,
l'resident "l'arker of the l'rodnee F.x
change Dank, Kuius Hatch, Vice l'resi
dent Galloway and General Manager
Il.iin of the Manhattan, K. li. l.ivonnore,
Hapld Transit Commissioner, and Mr.
Field's two brothers. The guests drank
the health of Mr. Field, partook liberally
of the viands, and talked about every
thing except politics. The menu was an
SWINDLING TIIFIIt UNCLE.
Thirty Thousand Dollars' Worth of
Glass Seized for Non-Payment
Washington, D. C, July 25. Tho
seizure In New York on July 3d of glass
valued at 30,000, admitted free of duty,
has unearthed a now species of fraud by
which tho Govt rnnient has been robbed
of more than iio,ooo in this lino of goods
alone. Suit has been instituted against
the linn of E. A. I'.oyd & Co. for the con
fiscation of tho goods. Under the law,
articles furnished by contractors for
Government use are admitted free. Boyd
& Co. have had contracts for the glass
used In the National Museum in Wash
ington and in the new public buildings at
St. Louis and Philadelphia, for which a
permit was issued.
The Supervising Architect, who is re
sponsible for these Imports, is required
to furnish a schedule for tho guidnuce of
tho customs olllcers. lu this case tho
proper schedule was furnished, but
whether forwarded with tho permit Is
not known. At any rate, under tho
cover of tho permit Hoyd & Co. im
ported 830,000 worth of French plate
glass to lcplneo 81,100 worth used.
Sinco the discovery tho Treasury
olllcers say that one singular fact is
explained, that Is, why tins llrm had
been able to underbid others lu tho
Fifty Thousand Dollars' Worth of Ce
lestials. ToUTi-ASD, Ohkodx, July 25. Yester
day eleven suits for damages and logs of
life were Instituted lu tho United States
Court agniust tho Northern Paclllc Kail
road Company. . The suits wero brought
by Lung Chung, a largo Chineso con
tractor, as administrator of tho tstatos ol
eleven celestial who were claimed to
have been kllied bv tho collision o two
- "f ecu.,,,
amount of tho suits will reach 830,000.
Tho papers were served personally on
l'tx'sldeiit 1. T. Hands just as ho was
Lynching Would B j Too Good for Hira.
I'i.iii!i:cr, Wis , July 25. News has
jua reached here from Shambaugh,
Mich., of a brutal attack upon two Scan
dinavian woinn at that place Wednesday
evening. Mrs. Lena Johnson and Aunio
Larson started out on foot to visit a
family named Hanson, who reside about
a inllu from towu. When they had pro
ceeded a short distance a vll.iau rushed out
from behind a tree aud discharged a vol
ley ol buckshot at them. Nino balls took
effect lu tho body of Mrs. Johnson
and Mrs. Larson. Tho assail
ant then attacked Mrs. John
sou with his shot pouch, with which
he felled her to the ground. Ha then
caught Mrs. J.arsou by the throat. While
thus engaged Mrs. Johnson revived and
escaped. She ran towards town crying
loudly for help, and soon attracted the
attention of .s(mieuieu at a aw mill,
when she fcdl to the ground exhausted.
She was conveyed to tho nearest house.
The phNSlcian found that live balls had
passed through her body, but was unable
to locato the other four. In the mean
time tho assailant became frlghtenud and
made good his escape without accom
plishing his vile design. A vigilance
committee lias been formed, aud they are
looking in all directions for the criminal.
NO UI1JS UFFEKEl).
So the Democratic State Committee Will
Locate at Cslumbus.
Cni.i Mias, O., July 25. Yesterday
was the day sot apart for tho assembling
of tho mem bers of tho Democratic Stato
Central Committee to open proposals for
the location of the Executive Committee,
and to settle tho differences between the
two factious. The incoming trains were
eagerly watched for arrivals, but none
put in an appearance, aud consequently
no meeting was held.
The members of the Democratic State
Comniittee held a meeting at the Neil
House yesterday alternoou, with thirteen
members present. The committee an
nounced that no bids were received for
the location of headquarters of tiio Ex
ecutive Committee, and decided to locatj
here for the campaign, and will open out
headquarters next Monday, und go to
work perfecting the organization of tuu
Georgia Toinperance Workers.
Atlanta, Ga., July 23. The State Tem
perance Convention met yesterday at tho
Capitol. C. P.. Pringlti was elected chair
man. His address stated that it was not
intended to take part in politics, but to
work by moral suasion in other ways,
one hundred delegates were present, in
cluding representatives' of the Good
Templars and various other temperance
organizations. Mrs. S. F. Chapiti, of
South Carolina, audMrs. T. B. Demarpe,
of Kentucky, were among the ladles in
attendance. Enthusiastic seeches war
delivered and a committee appointed rt
tiiat purpose reported a plan of work by
sub-committees in each county. Mr.
1'ringle was elected l'resident of the As
sociation, the name of which was altered
to "The Georgia Temperance Society."
A committee will consider the feasibility
of establishing an annual temperance
assembly. The Convention adjourned
Trustee and Securities Kissing.
BiiiM.ri'up.T, Co.vx., July 25. There
is quite a sensation in the tow u of Nur
walk over the hasty flight of Dr, William
Lockwood, who has had an extensive
practice lu that place for a number of
years, lie is connected with a wealthy
family, and two years ago he held a seat
in the Petroleum Exchange lu New York.
It is said that he has lost heavily by
speculations. Mrs. Tryou, of South
Nurwalk, one of his patieuts, whom he
has been attending about a year, is said
to have had SI 0,1.100 left her by her hus
band. There is said to have been an in
timacy between the two, and it is also
stated that she recently left him several
thousand dollars. She died a few days
ago, and it is alleged that she made him
trustee of iter estate, and a thorough
search made by her friends fails to dis
cover any securities supposed to kive
been leit bv her.
Jailed For Poisoning.
MtsKi:iiix, Mich., July 25. Mollio
Mulligan, accused of poisoning the Fritz
family, was brought here yesterday aud
placed in jail. She denies poisoning
anybody, but there is a chain of circum
stances which are being linked about her
which it w ill be dilllcult for her to re
move. The inquest will be held to-day.
The stomach of the dead Win. Fritz, w id
be sent to Ann Arbor for analysis. It is
stated that the w ell was also poisoned, as
those who have drank from it became
sick. Frit.' funeral yesterday wasiargely
attended by the Labor organizations to
w hich the deceased belonged.
Indianapolis, Ind., July 25. The Su
perior Court issued au order yesterday
afternoon to J. C. S. Harrison, as receiv
er of the Indiana Banking Company, to
tile a schedule with the Court of the as
sets of the banking company, and also to
state the exact condition of the trust.
The order was placed In the hands of the
Sheriff to serve, but at eleven o'clock
last night the writ was still in the hands
of the olllcer, he being unable to tlnd Mr.
Harrison, although vigilant search had
been made. It is whispered that Mr.
llarrlsou has gone to a more congenial'
Assistant Postmaster Missing.
BitooKLYX, N. Y., July 25. Tho where
abouts of Colonel Cha's. Morton, Assistant
Postmaster," are still unknown to his
family and friends. It Is alleged that
some inaccuracies havo been discovered,
which can only bo explained by him, aud
his absence at this particular time has
excited general comment. The Colonel has
a large circle of friends, who bollove ho
will soon return aud set everything
Ex-Governor Walter Harriman Doad.
Coxconn, N II., July 25. Ex-Govornor
Walter Harriman died this morning of
heart disease, after a year's Illness, aged
sixty-soveu. In 1801) ho was appointed
by Gofceral Grant, naval officer of the
port of Boston, which office be held eight
years. He was a powerful political
speaker and a great favorite as a Htump-
einmlipr nirllrnlnry ) Viffyrnfj Hi
ST. JOHN WILL ACCEPT,
Tho Prohibitionist Ex-Govornoi
Mado tho National Stancl-&rcl-3curor.
Tlio Nomination Made So TJaaiihnouslj
and With Such Iloarty Good-Will
That Ho Could Not Rifuso.
Hon. William Daniels, of Maryland, Nom
ir.ateJ fjr the Vice-Presidency
by a Rising Vote.
I'i'iTstu re m, I'a., July 25. During th
midday recess a meeting of tho women
delegates was ln-kt at the St. Charles
Hotel, at which it was decided to issue a
Circular letter to the wometi of tho coun
try entreating their sympathy and aid for
the Prohibition party. Mrs. Mattie Mo
Clellau lirown and Mrs, Stewart, of
Ohio, ami Miss Wlllard, of Illinois, wero
placed upon the National Committee of
After the reading of the dispatches had
been concluded, the Chair announced
that the pending business was the motion
to make the nomination of St. Johii
Prof. Hopkins, of New York, submitted
au amendment that the roll of th';
States be called.
A large number of delegates urged that
the nomination be deferred to the last
moment, as the probabilities were thai
the platform would create bickerlugi
and bad feeling, and a good hurrah at tin
end over the nominations would be de
sirable in the interest of harmony aud
The Convention, however, refused to
postpone the nominations and the roll
call w as commenced.
The seutiiin.'nt in favor of St. John was
so pronounced that one by one the othei
names were withdrawn and a motion wa.i
lluaiiy made to make St. John the unan
iiiiims nominee of the Convention, and
upon a call by States. Ad the dele
gates voted unanimously for St.
John, and when the Secretary n;ad'i
the announcement, giving the votu
cast as iji.rj, the audience rose to its feet
and cheered vociferously for several mo
ments aud then sang ''Glory Hallelujah, ,(
aud the long meter doxology. More cheer
ing followed as a canvass picture of tho
nominee was carried around the room.
A dispatch containing the announce
ment was at once sent to Mr. St. John,
who was speaking at a camp meeting at
Lakeside Park near Rochester, N. Y.
Wheu the enthusiasm had spent itself,
Judge John B ack, of Lancaster, Pa.,
was called upon to present the platform.
The reading of this document was lis
tened to with profound attention.
At the request of several delegates the
document was taken up lor discussion,
the questions being considered sn'bitiiu.
Before this was dono dispatches con
gratulating the Convention upon Mr.
St. John's nomination were read from
J)r. .McDonald, who was in New York,
and from Courtland Parker, of New Jer
sey. The third plank of the platform was
made the basis of an aul mated debate
One of the delegates, whose name could
not be ascertained in the confusion,
moved that all references to Bialne and
Logan be stricken out. This was vigor
ously antagonized by Kussell, of Michi
gan, ami several others, aud finally the
section in its eutirety was adopted" with
prolonged applause and cries of "Give It
to them hot!"
Next some commotion was created by
Professor Hopkins, of New York, who
wanted the Convention to strike out
the greenback section. He declared
that, representing as he did, the Good
Templars of his State, he would be recre
ant to his trust If he failed to utter ills
protest against a plank which was for-l-igu
to prohibition, and with which
hundreds of Good Templars could not
Dr. Minor, of Boston, replied that tho
section iu question was the very meat of
the platform, and asked his hearers if
they had forgotten tho rascally circum
stances under which the Pacific Bank of
Boston went down.
A delegate from New Jersey rose and
excitedly declared that ho would leave
the Convention if the plank was approved,
but he was laughed back into bis seat,
aud the resolution to strike out the finan
cial plank was lost by a viva voce vote of
about ten to one.
At this juncture a disposition being
apparent to discuss every line of the plat
form, a resolution to adopt it as a w hole
and refer it back to the committee for
editing was rushed through tho Conven
tion. The chairman then read the United
Press dispatch concerulug the manner iu
which the nomination of St. John was re
ceived in New York and the East, aud the
Information it contained was greeted
with three cheers and a tiger.
A motion was agreed to, making the
name of the party
"THE rUOIIIllITIOX I'AItTY,"
kind after the consideration of business
of a routine character, the Convention,
at 5:25 p. m., took a recess uutil eight
The Convention was called to order at
8:15 p. m., with prayer by Kev. A. J.
hnlklns, of Chicago.
Tin: first business was the presentation
of tho reported the Finance Committee
by Governor Cliutou B. Fiske, of New
Pledges were solicited for subscrip
tions to the "Pioneer Battle Fund,"
which requires the subscriber to pay the
amount of his subscription annually so
long as he shall live, or until the party's
candidates for President and Vice-President
shall bo elected. The number of
ten-doliar subscriptions received aggre
Tho Committee on Resolutions re
ported a substitute for the financial
plank in tho platform, but after a pro
tracted discussion It was unanimously
agreed that there was no nocosslty for
embodying n'tlnanclal plank In tho plat
form, and with but 0110 dlssontlug voice
the entire financial section was strlckeu
Mrs. Carollno Duel, of Connecticut, In
a few well-chosen words placed in nom
ination for tho second place on tho ticket
Hon. George C. Uodgers.
When Dakota was called, a dolegatd
arose and uomlnated Hon. William Dan.
lols, of Maryland.
Mrs. Mlnulo M. Jackson, of Georgia, In
a very oloquont manner and amid tre
mandon and long-continued npnlnnaf-.
Vico-Presiilent tlio name of Hon. Wll.
Ham Daniels, "The Llttlo Giant" ol
California, though Colouel B.ibcock,
seconded the nomination of Daniels, and
was followed by similar action on the
part of Kansas.
Tho nomination of Mr. Daniels was
also seconded by Kontucky, Maryland,
Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri aud
New Jersey through .Mr. Hansom, nom
inated ( llnton B. Flak, of Now Jersey.
New York placed la nomination Colo
uel George W. Boyne, of Kentucky, aud
seconded the nominations of Messrs.
Daniels aud Fiske, tiio delegation beiug
Ohio seconded the nomination of Dau
iels. Pennsylvania followed with seconds of
Fiske aud Daniels and the nomination of
Miss Frauces Wlllard, of Idliiols.
Tennessee seconded Bayuo, of Ken
tucky, and Texas fell into Hue with a
second for Daniels.
West Virginia and Wisconsin followed
Mr. Jno. B. Finch, of Nebraska, apoke
in behalf of General liayne, of Kentucky,
saying that he could under no circum
stances accept tho uomlua'.loti; that he
hud gtveu his fortune to tho cause aud
tho delegates could not propurly insist
upon his making the sacrifice which would
be necessary should he be selected as the
nominee for the second place on the
At this point Connecticut withdrew
tho nomination of liodgwrs ami de
clared for Daniels.
Hon. Cliutou B. Fiske took the plat
form and delivered a strong prohibition
speech, which, bristling with hainor, was
warmly applauded. During the very
course of his remarks he emphatically
declined to be a candidate, and closed by
tdoqueutly endorsing his friend Daniels.
Then at twelve o'clock, on motion of
Mr. Lake, of Illinois, the rules were sus
pended, aud the nomination on Hon.
William Daniels, of Maryland, was made
unanimous by a rising vote. Mr. Din
Mr. Daniels briefly acknowledged the
honor, amidst rousing cheers.
A few minutes wero spent iu routine
business. Votes of thanks were passed
to the various o Ulcers, aud at 12:1)0 a.
111. the National Prohloition Convention
of lsst came to an end.
i:as.i: hall iuieyu'iin.
Score of Games Playe I on Thursday,
St. Louis, Mo. Clueiuiuitis, 12; St.
Cincinnati, o. St. Louis Unions, S;
Boston, Mass. New Y'orks, 5; Bos
Cleveland, O. Chicagos, 'J; Cleve
Philadelphia, Pa. Metropolitans, 13;
Athletics, 5.. ..Baltimore Unions, it; Key
Columbus, (.). Indianapolis, 3; Colum
Chicago, 111. Chicago Uuious, 0; Kan
sas City, 0.
Brooklyn, N.Y. Allegheny s,; Brook
Buffalo, N. Y. Detroits, 7; Bulfalos,
Toledo, O. Louisville, Toledo.?, 1.
Nokoinis, 111. Union Beds, 27; Van
dal las, y.
Trenton, N. J. Trcutous, 1; Virgin
Keokuk, la. Chicago Blues, 7; Keo
SvKATor.A, N. Y., July 25. Weather
to-day clear and warm. Track good aud
First Race Purse of 8300; five fur
longs: Won by Northana; Burch, second;
Richard Loud, third. Time, 1:03.
Second R ace Purse 8100; distance one
mile aud a quarter: Won by Blast; Pat,
second; Vera, third. Time, 2:15. Mutuals
Third Race Purse 8350; three-quarter
mile: Won by Lady Laud; Rothschild,
second; Musk, third. Time 1 :17 1-2.
Mutuals paid sll.ilii.
Fourth Race Purse 8350; mile and fur
long: Won by Bonnie Bird; Jim Nelson,
second; Manitoba, third. Time 1:5'.'.
Mutuals paid 832.10.
AV I FI'.-.M I It I) Fit Eltst HANG F.D.
A White and Colored Man LeBs at New
Ni:w oiti.i: vns, L a., July 25. The ex
ecution of Victor Eloi, white, and Ken
drick Holland, colored, both for wife
murder, was witnessed in the old Parish
Prison here to-day by about thirty per
sons, a recent act of the Legislature
having limited such assemblies to that
Nkw Yonu, July 23. The Sun'.i editor
ial says: A uowspnper in Buffalo lias
published scandalous charges against
Mr. Cleveland, and the Utica lh-rnbl com
pares these with the charges against Mr.
Blaine, contending that if one is a proper
subject of discussion the other is. No
accusations produced without legal
proof after the nomination of a candidate
are worth a copper; and the publication
of such accusations is a scandal of itself.
A Job For Sohurx-There's Money in It.
Nkw Yokk, July 25. The Independent
Republican Executive Committee met
yesterday. Carl Sehurz agreed to trans
late Colonel Coleman's speech, and
George Win. Curtis' address, at tho Inde
pendent conferercj into German, and
they are to be circulated in thickly settled
German districts. The finances of the
committee wero reported to be llnui'ish-
To be Entertained.
At m ux, N. Y., July 25. President
Arthur and Secretary Chandler will bo
tho guests of Secretary Folger early in
August at his summer retreat at Seueca
Luke, just above Lng Point. Judge
Folger and his distinguished guests will
also bo entertained for a few days by Mr.
J. K. Allou, at his summer resort at Long
St. TAt-i., Minx., July 25. The twenty
fifth anniversary of the elevation of Bishop
Graco to the See of St. Paul was celo-i
brated hero yesterday afternoon. A large
number of emlnout Catholic clergymen
Be Will Aeoept.
riTTSBCROH, Pa., July 25.-A dispatch
received from ex-Goveruor St. John slff
nltiwd h), lutenttonof acc'ptiiiit tho Pro
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbaao. Backache, Headache. Toothache,
Son Tli r on t, MucllititfM. MprninN llruUes,
lEurim. Sriilil. Front It 1(411,
AMt A M OllIrK IIOIMIV l'AI.S AMI A HE,
Poll ly inigiioUA l-ii.T fvervwtiifre. Km Ceuli bottle.
lir Mom In 11 l.Lvinir".
Till: ( I! Aid. KM ,. VOt.r I.I It CO.
'.cej)vij tw A. .u;.i.tK ii BUllmort d., C.S. i
Sthf. sure cure
AMD BLOOD DISEASES.
PfiYSiCIAMS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
"Kidney-Wort iu the most succet-sful remedy
Ievi-ru u d." Lr. P. C. Ilallou, Monkton.VU
'K;d:iy.Yort is always roliftblo."
IT. R. N. Ciurk, 80. Ilpro, Vt.
"Kidnpy-Wcrt has cured my wit'enftr two years
Buuciiuij." Dr. C. il. Suiunieriiii, SualiiU.Oa.
I THOUSANDS OF CASES
It lias cured whoro ail else had failed. It Is mild.
butcdieiert, KliTAIN IN ITS ACTION, but
aarniicss in ail c.iflt'3.
t iT It olciin.i the lilood and Strengthens ar.d
elves New I.I fa to all tho important organs of
tho body. The natural action or tlio Kidneys la
re'torcd. The Liver la cleansed of all disease,
and tho Bowels movo freely and healthfully.
In this way tho worst diacoics oro eradicated
ltviu tut; ttjoioa. n
To tin- in-1 il? i;'the lo'irj jt, (Mmmcrr-lul traveler
and new pettier, 11. :ti-l:er' Steinueh Hitters U
pei'iilmrly nihipteil, diiice It MtriM.irili 119 theUltfeft
ttve oriatiK, und limn s tlin hytciil enetarles to
lititii'iillhrul It lliii'iii-i . U r mi'ives and prevents
malarial lever. ctiiiitiiiUiin, ilv-jn-puln. Healthfully
et'umiliCi n the kiiltii-r-t and bladder, an I enriches
an well a" t'liritle the h'.eo-J. Wli-n overcome by
filltiiue. whether mehlu! or physical, the weary and
debilitated il ml it a reliali'.i- m ove of renewed
Htreimth an I i-umfurt
For nile bv nil lrii!-e! ft ml lU'sIcrsceneratly.
Smokers nf lila, kwell's Oeutilnn
Mull Durham SmoliuiKTobaeeo will
reeeive iTeiiiitima a f. iIIhwh mi
term and ei:nd;ti"ris hen- H'ccithl
1st PREMIUM, S5,000
Smother I'miiinniN as here shown.
The 2T premiums will ho awanletl
Peeeniher 20, HM. It I'mnimu
(r.ies to the i'rwn from whom we re
ceive the la rirest number nf our empty
lobaivn ba-s prinr n Ittc. 15. il will
lie triven fortlin next larinnt number
au l thus, in the order of the numtier
nf empty baift received from each,
to th-) twenty flvo muvHHsfiil con.
te-t.ints. Kach Imc must bear our
ordinal Hull Durham Libel. !' H.
Ket"iiii stamp, aiid Caution Notice.
Ki.s mu-t Is- d-nie tip securely lu a
pscMk-e, with name and address of
sender, and number of Pairs contain
ed, plainly marked on the outside,
and must be unit, eharase prepaid, tu
lilnek well's lliirlinm Tobueco
( ., lu-ii'iiM, S t! Fverytteuaiut)
pa.-kave Lai picture of Hull.
See id r licit announcement.
TliLi poroun plvtcr Is
ahtelulcly the fast ever
ui-ide, cmitiiuii.ir tliu
virtue ef Lep4 with
t,.mw ln!., nr., I 1 r.
iraeu. in power li nontienui In curing diseases where
other pl.i-ten simply nll-.-ve. Crick lu tho Hack ami
Neck, l'a 11 in the S: !eor 1..:hIh, Still joints and Uuu'leS,
Kidii-y Trouhles, Uiieumatcmi, NuraJ,-la, Soro Chest,
Ai'ecti. ns ef the Heart and Uver, and.ill pains or aches
In Miy port cuied instantly " tho Uup PioaUr. f Try
11. i rioesj cents or Uro for f mm.
Mailed on receipt of price. Sold by
all druffk-iits and country stores.
ficp Vlnaltr fontpuny, 1
rruprietors, Boston, Maas.
I ffK-TCtHftiiMititu, lusaottti'i-t'tite atiUiH.-wA.'auf ifia
iwclt trirfi UnwlfvN Hrnnirvh .i-t.l .rvr Till, f'fftitu.
Whom debilit y, hnleU
bmtrr. lireuituilH flletuy
ml failure to perl'orui lllr's
dlllle. prtvperly am caused by
,u.')'i error of youth, ate.,
will iliiu a porfcet ami lastiiis
restoration id robust hi-nllh
nnd li-oriiii. nuinhnntt hi
THE MARS IU N BOL'JS.
,NeOher siomseh uruKimiit nor
instniinents. 'I hmtratmsnttif
a,'(.V.III. llt.lllW .mi
J'hv.leiil Ieeiv iiunilnnuls
sneee.wful beeanso based on perteei disarm,,
new n tid ilret nirihod. and absolnt lhor
itiKhntss. Full linen, mic. n and Trutiss In.
A'lUn-.s (insiiiunM l'nyiiieisn ot
I riut'E, fi 00 titiD oa out, solo by ddcggists.
9 Dry can be sent by mail.
I WELLS. I.'K I! VCIIsOl d CO.flurllneton Vt.
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