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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN
CAIRO, ILK WEDNESDAY MOKNINH, JULY :I0, Ullll,
The'Rev. J. E. Sonrles, of New York, is
one of tlio most widely-known and highly
esteemed of Methodist ministers.
Mr. SoarlM my : " I am Impi-owed that it Id s duty
1 own to theme ailltctwl with AhuumutlHiu or Nimrul.
irla, to aay that a rouiedy liaa Umi dmcoveriHl that 1
Iniltwi a iiiarvetuiiri ruoonw. My Htm wan Krtmtly
aHliutud with KliBuinatlniii, and miflurod mi (wvurvly
that, at tlimw, b wan oliliKnd to bavn morphine in.
JmiUxl Into hta arm to init rcltuf. VVtilloln tlii tvu
dttlon lie illaoovurwl a rvmeily which nlTw'twI linimi
Uiata n litif, and a poriiiaimntcure. llo liaii Hiinnfur
uinbwl It to many ottiuni with tho nanienult. I limn
Iho fiiriiiMliti it to a iiuiiiUir of pcrmum tuifhirimr
will Hneiiuiatlwiii, ami Uiu runiilt Iiim Imm'P llnmnllalii
rolinf, anilaponnaiii'iiteure. Aiiimnfotliom, Inavcit
to Kov. Win. P. Onrblt, cantor ol UiuUvnw) Ht. M. K.
Church. Nhw Havun, Conn., who wiwBulTi'rin irrrativ
with tills torrilile illauuie. I will (rive you iil oii
word an wrltton to my win, wIhIiIiik him to pnlillh
the fnct for tho beuoUl ol others bullurtug with Uio
Wbat Mr. Corbit Huyat
" New Haveu, July 21, 1W3.
" Mr. floarlps : Roar Sir: I wIhIi to Bay for the lion,
efltof all wiioareiulfurinir with Iiiflnimiiatory ltlu u.
InatlBiu, that your wedlciue in infallililu. 1 miU'oi'i.l
fur two months Uie uiiMt oxuruciatiiiK torture ; lmt
86 pound of flunh, and was not out of uiy houro for
a month t I hoard of your reuiedy, and wan almiwt
iUMtautly relieved by it. If tliere in a Hiecilio for iIIh.
earn of any kind, younuuoHtoertaiiily w for Iuflaui.
uiatory Hheuiuutimu In Itx aevuruxt form.
" Yours moHt nwjwtfully, W.M. 1. Cobiiit,
" Pastor Uourgorit. XL K. Church, liuw liavuu, Conn."
Such is Athloi'Houos a thorough and
efficient euro for the worst cases of Klieu
iuatism and Neuralgia.
If you cannot Kt ATiiLOpiionog of your dnuwlHt,
wo will neutl it expren paid, ou receiit nf regular
price-one dollar per bottle. Wo prefer tlmt you buy
it from your dniiwixt, but if lie haim't it, do not bo
liermiaded to try BoniethUitf olno, but order at ouco
from UH an directed.
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0. W. HENDERSON,
No. 191 Commercial Ave.,
Sole Ayent foi the Celebrated
Manufacturer and Dealer la
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work,
Builders' Hardware and Carpenters' Toole, Tah.'e
and Pocket Cutlery, bent In the market. Honors
lire.' Plated Knlve, Fork ami Spoon, Uraulta
Iron Ware. Herlln Korthenwaro, White Mountain
Freezers, Water Coolers, Kufrljreratora, Clothes
Wringer, Crown Fluters. Step ladders, Garden
Implements, Guides Slur Oil 8toves-bot in the
world, Lamps of every description. Klaln Oil,
Carpet Sweepers, Feather Dusters, liroouis, Win
dow Screen Wire Cloth, Full supply ol Fishing
The above t rock bottom prices.
) ' Corner Utli and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
4 Telephone No. IS.
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AT UEDUCED RATKS
TO ALL POINTS
KK.VCIIE ) 1!Y THIS COMPANY,
OFFICR-On Ohio Levee, bolow 4th St., In
Teiai k St, Louis H. K. office
Goldstine & Uosonwater
136 &138 Com'l Ave.
hnvo a full and complete line of
Linen (ioodn, Dusters, Notions, Etc.
A heavy stock of Body Brussels, Tapcr
tnea and Ingrain
A full stock of Oil Cloths, all sizes and prices.
All GJooda at Bottom Prices!
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
.IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
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( or. Nineteenth street I Pflirn Til
Conmorctal Avunne i "-ttllU. 111
The Regular Cairo & Paducah Daily
a GUS FOWLER
IIBNRY E. TAYLOR, Master.
UEOKUB JOIIISa, Clerk.
laavos P.idncah for C tiro dally (Sundays except'
ed) at 8 a. m., and Mound City at 1 p. m. Return
tag, leaves Cairo at 4 p.m.: Mound City at 5 p.m.
The Daily Bulletin.
THE PARSON'S DAUGHTER,
Tho Jorsoy Lily Qulotly Takoa
Ilor Doparturo for Old
Wheronpon the Club Gossips of Now York
Spoculate Upon Her Object in
Making the Trip.
Is It to Rejoin Her Husband as a Loyal
Wife, or to Procure a Divorce for
Nkw YoitK, July '.".. Mrs. Lungtry's
hurried departure lor Ktiglaud lust Satur
day, coupled with tho fact that Fred Gcb
hardt was thu last person to bid her
good-bye ou tho deck of tho "Arizona,"
ba.t given rlso to a good ileal of comment
lu club u ml theatrical circles.
"My dear boy," said a well-known so
ciety man to a froportor yesterday, "I'll
tcli you all about it. Tho Lily had a let
ter from her solicitor lu Londou tolling
her to ;o right homo nud sign tho papers
neocssary to procure a dlvorco from her
husband. Fact, I assure you. Matters
have already progressed so fur that a de
cree will bo granted lu a few weeks.
Londou will bo startled and New York
convulsed, but one man will bo happy,
and that Is Fred dobbardt."
"Do you think ho knows anything
"Docs Freddio know?" asked tho so
ciety man lu an ecstatic sort of way.
"lias ho, or has ho not been all this while
with Mrs. Langtry In California? Did,
or did bo not make the overland return
trip la her company? Just look on the
books of the stage company when tho party
visited the Yosemitc, and Hud out tho
ldeutity of Mr. "l'lgott," whoso nanio is
lnscribod ou the books. Of course It is
all understood between them. Whou the
Lily comes back next February, slio will
bo Mrs. Langtry no longer, but soon after
that, you will sue a. little notice In paiiers,
"married, such-uud-such a day, at such-aud-such
a place, by the Hev. so-and-so,.
Mr. Fred Uebhart and Miss Llllle Lo
Breton, ci-devant, Lillio Langtry. No
"But on what grounds will Mrs. Lang
try obtain the divorce?"
"There, my dear boy, you're asking
mo a conundrum. I'm not up iu English
law; but a little thing like that ought to
bo managed as easily over there as on
this side of the pond. Incompatibility
of temper may, for all I know, bo us po
tent a reason iu Londou as it Is lu Chi
cago, and those who know Mrs. Langtry
Intimately do say that her temper is all
her own. I shouldn't bo at all surprised
to learn that her husband's temper Is In
compatible with It."
"You think, then, that Mr. Gcbhardt's
attentions to her were serious?"
"I'm sure of it; aud, by Jove, I honor
Freddio for It. Ho has stood up like a
nmu through all the sneers, Insinuations
and even insults that wore heaped upon
him since ttts attendance on Mrs. Lang
try became marked. I believe sho has
Inspired him with a sincere affectiou, and
ho bad never once forgotten the respect
duo to her. What would you have? Somo
of our society ladies who aro hold la tho
highest esteem aro women who have been
divorced with the purpose to bestow their
hands on men whom they have learned to
love. Society accepts them. Society will
accept Mrs. Gcbhardt. Sho will make
her permanent home In this city, and her
receptions will be the most largely atteud
od of auy In Now York."
A member of the Union Club, who
was subsequently seen, did not wish to
discuss tho "love affair" of his follow
member. "1 am always ready and willing," ho
said, "to give you information about
club matters In general, but I keep my
hand ont of their love matters. It's a
delicate subject, you know. I'm not at
all partial to that sort of thing mvsclf,
and, by Jove, suppose I was to find my
self paraded In the papers." Tho thought
overwhelmed him, and fearful lest he
should make somo rash disclosure, he
walked rapidly away.
On the rialto in Union Square tho ac
tors generally were inclined to discredit
tho idea that Mrs. Langtry was to blos
som out as Mrs. Gebbardt, and retire
from the stago. Jno. Matthews voiced
the sentiment of his brethren when ho
"Mrs. Langtry has had more gratui
tous advertising on account of Gebbardt
than any woman who has ever appeared
on tho stage. When she first came here,
a lady who had been treated
with distinction by tho I'rince of Wales,
by society In England, and as an artist,
such men as Terry Belmont, Gcbhardt
and others regarded it as their duty to
bcfritfnd her. Simplo American courtesy
was distorted Into a scandal. Well, Mrs.
Langtry has been boncflttud by It to tho
amount of $100,000. Sho has gone homo
now to her husband. I believe she will
stay there. I believe she Is a true wife
and a lady without a shadow of re
proach." COLLIDED AND SUSK.
A Lake Steamer Ooea Down With Fart
of Her Crew.
Cleveland, O., July 29. A dispatch
received here last night from tho Sault
Stc. Marie, says the large stocl steamer
J. M. Osborno was sunk late Sunday
night by collision with the steel steam
ship Alberta, owned by the Canada Pacific
Kailway Company. The Alberta had to
put into port for repairs. The Osborn
bad 1,100 tons of Iron ore and sank iu
stantly. Several passengers were saved,
owing to the heroism of Captain Wilford.
The crew displayed much coolness. The
raato, tlroman, cook aud flvo deck hands
were lost. The remainder of tho crew
and the passougers are now bound for
this city on the steamer Hicklcr, which
bas in tow the schooners Qown and Davis,
consorts of the Osborne. The names of
the lost can not be learned. The Osborne
was valued at $65,000. Insurance, $10,
000. STOCK THIEVES CAPTURED.
A Gang of Seventeen Caught and the
Portland, Ork., Joly 29. Nws has
been received here that an organized
band of stock thieves has just been ton
down and captured by a party of regula
tors at WHlowa Valtey, Ore. Seventeen
thieves? weie caught wlttt Urge mrmbor
ol valuable botwa. Ttm two rtariewters
t the band wvrs Ifotfftt tn'sbottrH
ut tfta rornajtrteg Klvtaan) bjfTinVBai
tody. They will bo handed over by thu
regulators to tho olllccrs of tho
law for trial. For somo years
portions of F.a.steru Oregon ami
Washington Territory have becu
overrun by stock thieves, and tho legal
authorities have been seoinltiglv powerless
to suppress tho crime. When tho thieves
worn I'imi iinwl nnmt illlllonltu wilM
.,(,.WH.KJ . -
perlencud lu securing convictions, and
many guilty ones thus escaped. Tho citi
zens of tlioso sections, becoming con
vinced of tlio lneillclem'y of tho law to
suppress thu growing crime, roceutly or
ganized themselves and express a deter
mination, to tlrlvo theso thieves out of
the country. Summary justice will be
meted out to all marauders cuptured. No
one's property Is safe while those bauds
exist, and tlio people think a few Im
promptu hangings will run the thieves
out of thu country.
A MYSTKUKMS A IT FA 111.
Two Infanta Abandoned to Starve-Ono
Doad, the Other Hecoverlnir.
Ci.uvklank, ()., July 2'J. About two
weeks ago a well-dressed woman, accom
pauled by two children, ono a boy four
years old, and tho other a girl six weoks
old, culled upon Mrs. Swltzcr, living ou
Gilbert street, and asked to bo permited
to remain for a day or two. Tho woman
said sho had quarrolod with her husband.
Sho was allowed to stay, and tho next
day disappeared. Flvo days ai;o Mrs.
Swit.er and her husband atao disap
peared. They left tho children In tho
tiouse, which Is somo distance from any
other. Yesterday tlio pitlous walls of
tho little boy wero heard by a passer-by,
iind ho mudo an investigation. The boy
was nearly dead, while tho baby was so
ill that It died a few hours uftorword.
Tho boy is boing well cared for, and will
probably recover. Tho body was buried
by tho city authorities last ovcouig. No
tidings can be learued either of tho mother
or tho Switzers.
Sllt.S. U I IE ELY.
The Wifa of the Rescued Explorer En
Kouto to Meet Her Husband.
Sr. Luims, Mo., July 2:). Mrs. A. W.
jreely, wile of Lieutenant Greely, tho
rescued Arctic explorer, passod through
St. Louis this morning ou her way to
Portsmouth, N. 11., whero sho will join her
husband. Mrs. Greely was accompanied
Dy her brother, L. G. Nesmlth, of Sail
Jose, Cal., in which Stato her parents
live and her two littlo daughters, ouo
four aud tho other six years of ago. Mr.
Vesmlth boro tho appearance of a well-,o-Uo
California ranchman, ami tho
;wo girls aro bright and lntclli
reut looking. Mrs. Greely, who
s only tweuty-clght, Is
A SMALL ItUI.'NHTTK,
)f most pleasing though somewhat carc
jvoru appenrauce. Sho wore a traveling
lrcss ol black, aud over it a gray ulster,
;he children being likewise uccoutred for
;hoir trans-continental trip. That Mrs.
jreely was on tho Wabash train was
tnowu to but ono or two persons on tho
platform, and sho was not annoyed during
(ho short time she remained here by tho
curious. To a reporter, who found her
drlnklug a glass of milk just brought her
by her brother, (
8IIK Hl'OKK FBKELV.
Sho said: "For a long tlmo after it had
becomo uncertain whether my husband
was lost, I was plunged iu a sea of grief.
Not knowing that ho was dead or alive,
the suspense aud anxiety of my mind was
simply awful. I became pale and began
to decrcaso in weight. Of course, to
wards tho end I had tlnally made up my
mind that ho would never return, and
then to think of theso littlo ones," ami
sho pointed to her two littlo girls, "what
would they do?"
"Would you believe it," she continued,
"that slnco I heard that my husband hud
boon found, I gained just ten pounds lu
weight." Aud tho littlo woman ended
tho conversation with a merry laugh.
How the Depositors of Fletcher
Sharpe's Bank Were Robbed.
In'dianai'OLIS, Isd., July 29. A conll
dcntial statement, made by tho receiver
to a fow creditors of tho Fletcher &
Sharpe's Bank, which failed recently, is
to the effoct that Albert and Ingram
Fletcher had overdrawn their accounts
to the tuno of over 8700,000, and that tho
assets would not net more, if as much
as llfty cents on tho dollar;
and, furthermore, It would be a very
long tlmo beforo tho assets, which aro
mostly iu real estato could bo converted
Into cash. . This statement gavo an en
tirely new coloring o the whole business,
and now a good many people are unable
to see any material difference in tho
method used by Harrison and those used
by Fletcher and Sharp.
The Photographers Convention.'
Cincinnati, O., July 29. The Thoto
graphers National Convention assembled
at Music Hall at eleven o'clock, J. II.
Kent, President of the association, In tho
chair. The preliminary business of tho
meeting was disposed of together with
tho reports of olllccrs and tho appoint
ment of committees In tho forenoon. Tho
election of olllccrs will tako placo on
Thursday. The Convention reassembled
at two o'clock. Tncro arc, including
dealers In material, and artists and their
ladles, over six hundred visitors present.
Tho art gallery, tho museum room and
the passages are rapidly tilling up with
photographic exhibits, including every
branch of the art, from the negative Itself
and tho chemicals with which it is pre
pared to tho most exquisitely finished and
tinted specimens of palutlng.
Governor Cleveland Receives the Noti
fication and National Committees.
Albany, n. Y., July 29. Governor
Cleveland was to-day olllclally notified of
bis nomination as tho candidate of tho
National Democratic Convention for Pres
ident of the United States.
The members of the National Commit
mitte united with the Notification Com
mlttco In tendering the great honor, and
the occasion was an eventful one. The
most prominent Democrats from all parts
of tho Union were present and it Is not
likely, that such a distinguished gather
ing of eminent Democrats of the United
States will again be hold during tho com
ing great battle.
Cotag- to the Exposition.
Austin Tax., July 29. At a meeting
of the Preaa Ctablast night It fets unani
mously agfeoA that the rsmlbra attend
thot Loata Expwitwn in a Wyariy
Oathorlnu; 0f tho DologutoB for tho
National Mooting ut
To Review tho Action of tho Two Great
Parties ami Decide Wliioh, if Either,
is Worthy of Support.
Pleased With the Outlook, but Rcconiz
t iug tlio Necessity of Continued
CiifCAtii), Ii., July 29. Tho llrst
batch of delogjsno tho National Antl
Monoply Ltagot urrlvcd yesterday, In
cluding William 1'. Carsey, President of
tho Independent Labor party; Jno. A.
Thompson, President of tho Car Drivers'
Union; Jno. ,1. Cuvauaugli, President of
tho Knglneers' Union, and others. They
claim tho coming t'onveutlon is simply
to devise means to benellt laboring men,
and not to discuss polities, nor to boom
uny candidate. Tho only political work
they admit Is to try and capture all tho
Congressmen they can elect.
A press dispatch reached the city last
night, signed hy ,l!iio. W. Koogh and .las.
Hooney, of New York, staling that tlio
Convention nf the NuUouul Labor parly,
which is announced to tako placo at
Hershey Hall to morrow morning, was
postponed until September 1, Tho roa
sons alleged in thu dispatch aro that tho
letters ol Cleveland and Butler accepting
their nominations aro not yet pub
lished. The Executive Committee of tho Na
tional Labor party are all here with tho
exception of Keogli, and tliey repudiate
his action. Tho Convention will accord
ingly tako place as originally contem
plated. It will be called to order to-morrow
at ono o'clock. What It will amount
to Is hard to tell until tlio affair really
does como off, for those who should know
all about It aro very contradictory lu tho
statements they niiiko about It. Tho Con
vention was called by ti Nalloul tabor
Conforeuco held in Philadelphia,
January 12th last, for tho purpose
of nominating candidates fur President
and Vice-President, and an Invitation to
send delegates was extended to all "wli )
favored Industrial class organization for
their owu Interest and protection."' The
couforonco also appointed a National
committeo of which John A. Koouey, of
Brooklyn, N. Y., was elected chairman,
and W. A. A. Curacy, of New York, Sec
retary. Tho latter Is hero ut present
making preparations for tho convention.
Mr. Carsey was asked to tell what was
tho object of the Labor Convention.
"The Convention, " ho said, "has been
called by tho Philadelphia Conference, lu
which all tho new party movements, like
anti-Monopolists, Greenbackers, and La
bor Ueformers, were represented, to ro
vlevv tho uctlou of tho two groat Na
tional Conventions, and to ascertain It
cither of tlio two great parties aro es
pecially deserving of tho support of tho
elements our movement represents,
Wo have como to the conclusion that it
would bo a was to of political power to
make Iudepondeut nominations unless
both the old parties utterly refusetl to
recognize our claims, but both parties
huvo becu only too glad to grant us
all wo ask. Under those circumstances
it behooves us to bo entirely neutral with
regard to Presidential candidates. But
at tho same tlino it Is necessary that vo
should havo a National organization for
tho purpose of exorcising our lulluenco
in every Congressional and Legislative
District lu tho country. 1 bellevo that
fully ten per cent, of the voters In
each district urc lu sympathy
with us, and that . wo pos
sess tho balance of power lu each
district. Now, if wo organize, not for
Independent action, but for tho purpose
of forcing tho old parties Into adopting
our principles, we shall soon acquiro all
tho lnlluouco lu tho Nutiouul aud Stato
Legislation wo need to put our reforms
Into practical operation far soouer lu
dced, than wo could by lighting for our
principles outsldo of tho existing par
tics." Delegates to tho Chicago Convention
already on tho ground emphatically re
fuse to comply with tho order Issued
from tho Now York headquarters yester
day for an adjournment till October, say
ing tnat no individual or committee mis
authority to postponotho meeting. There
are over ono hundred delegates already
on tho gronnd. Tho headquarters at the
Brlggs House present a lively appearance
Tbo Convention Is claimed both by But
ler and Blaine adherents.
A New and Suddenlv Fatal Dlaeaae De
veloped at the Chicago Stock Yard.
Chicago, III., July 29. Considerable
excitement prevails at tho stock yards
because of tho appcarauce yesterday of a
puzzling malady that led within a few
hours, to tho death of 120 cattle In a
drove of 875. The herd was the property
of Obcrly & Frazlcr, of Kansas City, and
It camo from tho firm's ranch iu the In
dian Territory, shipped ou the Burlington
Hallway at Kansas City tho cattlo Ullcd
seventeen cars. They arrived yesterday
morning. When tho cars were
opened, forty were found lying
dead at tho feet of nearly as
many, more which wero shaking
as with an ague, bellowing loudly and
humping their backs as though affected
by pain. Their agony was evidently In
tense Its effects wero frightful. "My
Godl It's the Texas fever," a stockman
ejaculated, and the news spread through
out tho yards aud to the cattlo dealers
outsldo that tho discaso most dreaded
had mado its appearance iu a virulent
typo. Soon all was excitement. The
dead and tho dying were carefully exam
ined, and numerous conjectures as to the
cause of the astounding fatality were ad
vanced. The Live Stock Exchango held a session
and resolved to have an oillcial investiga
tion made. To that end Dr. N. II.
I'aarcn, the State Veterinarian, was noti
fied. He declared he would hold a post
mortem examination and announce the re
sult. One of the health ofllcers asserted
that the cause ot death was poisoning
from tho use ot alkali water. A message
was received directing that the herd be
delivered to Koenan & Hancock, commis
sion merchants, and Messrs. Keenan &
Hancock gavo notice in writing as ioi
"The most reliable report ire oaa get Iff
Mat Ulq oaXTjo axwfcaa tawamarwure
lotvOiag. apwsur ptmooas.
corrals lu use by bunches of other stook.
Some wero dead since their removal
from thu cars, and others wero dying.
It was a sickening spectacle. Three
or four years old, fat and sleek
utid pretty, the uucontamluuted pre
Hcntod a far better appearance tlmti
tho average. They browsed about
thu lnclosiuo, apparently healthful
and unconscious of tho suffer
ing near by. Tho largest aud strong
est wero the victims. A
groat steer was suddenly seized with a
tremor while ho was chewing grass, llo
stretched out his front feet and bellowed.
Then ho drew up his hack aud distended
bis belly, and llaltonod his paw against
thu ground and lowed. Suddenly ho
jumped high In the air, bellowing as ho
did so. llo fell lu a ditch, ami when ap
proached a moment later he was dead.
Tho symptoms wero thosu of congestion
of tho bowels.
Some of tho older stock men said tho
cattle had probably drank too much
water after thirsting for a long per hid.
Health olllccrs killed twenty-two to re
lievo them of their suffering. About ouo
hundred ami 11 1 ty others tiled In horrible
agony ut tho pens. Tho olllelal Investi
gation Is awaited with interest.
Cint'Aiio, July 29. The Stato Veteriu
ury Surgeon, acompanlcd by thu Indus
trial Bureau, went to tho slock yards at
noon to nmko a rigid examination of tho
1(10 head of cattlo which arrived from the
Indian Territory yesterday. Tim animals
were horribly ullllcted with blood mur
vlitu (a precursor of Texas fever), and It
Is probnblo tho majority will bu ordered
Mora Doud and Dylnir Outtlo.
Tni-KKA, Kvs., July 29. -N. A. Adams,
ot Manhattan, purchased 200 head ot
Colorado steors at Kansas City last week,
and thirty head of them havo died with
Spanish and Texas fever. One car-load
was shipped hero, ami out. ol that six
have died. Tlio others wore taken to
Manhattan and are quarantined In ship,
ping pirns there. I!p lo last evening
twouly-llvo have died. People, aud es
pecially stockmen, aro greatly excited
In answer to a telegram, Governor Cilck
has sent Stato Veterinary Surgeou Hoi-
comb to Investigate tho trouble,
Disaster mid Dnatlt llnmilt From u Ter
rific Uuln Htorin.
CiMiii iti.ANH, Mil, July 29. This sec
lion has been visited by a terrlllo rain
storm. Great damage aud loss of life Is
reported. Three Inches of rain lias (alien
hero slnco II p. in. yesterday. Tho loss Is
particularly heavy In tho mining region,
ami the railroads havo seriously suffered.
Three bridges between Froslburg ami
Piedmont, on tho Cumberland & Pennsyl
vania liallroad, wero swept away, and
much of tho track was wa.thed out. The
road will probably bo closed a week. On
tho George's Creek & Cuniberland Hall
road the ti'cstliug Is washed out and
tralllc will be suspended several days.
At Frosthurg, Leuaconlng and Barton
the damage to property Is serious.
Last night Mrs. McCortnlck and her
daughter wero drowned In the floods; also
two children of lilehnrd Mootly, ull of
Barton, Pa. ' Tho wlros aro down and wo
can not confirm rumors of other deaths.
BASE It ALL IHtlSVITIlCS.
Soore of Oames Played on Monday,
Baltimore, Md. Bultlmores, 13; Wash-
Washington, D. C Keystones, 17; Na
Chicago, 111. Chlcagos, 3; Detroit,, 5.
Buffalo, 'N. Y. Buffalos, 2; Clovo-
Philadelphia, Pa. Providence, 1 1 Tlill-
adelphlus, 4 Athletics, 7; Brooklyus,
Toledo, O. No game ou account ol
New York Metropolitans, 9; Alio
ghenys, l....Now Yorks, 7; Bostons, 1.
A Biff Day's1 Sport at Chicago.
Chicago, Ills., July 29. There were
seven races ut tho dtlviug park yester
day. Only two favorites wero victori
First Ilacc Ouo and one-eighth miles,
ullages: Hanap, first; Hyder Abad, sec
ond ; Dick Brown, third. Tlmo, 2 :00 1-4.
Second lluce The Garlleld Park
stakes, ono and thruo-clghths miles, for
all ages: Boatman, first; John Davis,
second; Valet, third. Tlmo, 2:27 1-4.
Third Kttco Ono mllo, for beaten
horses: Revoke, first; Kloba, second;
KlngKobln, third. Time, 1:47.
Fourth Race Ono and one-half miles,
all ages: Loman won; Eastern, second;
Bonnlo Australian, third. Tlmo,
Fifth Itaco Half mllo for two-year-Ms:
Glonlockwon; Harpoon, second;
Delphlne, third. Tlmo. 51 seconds.
Sixth Raco One and one-fourth miles;
selling race: Vlrglo Ilcrno won; Maul
to 11, second; Mart. Boerham, third.
Seventh Race Handicap steeple-chase :
Katie Creel, first; Athelstane, second;
Bill Bird, third. Time, 3:12 1-2.
The Brighton Beach Races.
Nkw York, July 29. Thcro was an av
erage attendance at tho Brighton Beach
raco course yesterday. Tho track wai
very heavy, but tho live different eventi
First Raco For maiden two-year-olds,
thrco-quarter mile: Pittsburgh, first;
Floronco M, second; Daylccn, third
Time, 1:21 3-4.
Second Race Selling allowances, on
and one-eight mllo: Kegret, llrst; Bine
String, second; Tony Foster, third.
Third Race Brighton Beach Railroad
stakes, three-yoar-olds and upwards,
one and three-eighths miles : Car Icy B.,
first; Bluo Peter, second; Lord Edward,
tbUd. Time, 3:33 3-4.
Fourth Race Handicap, all ages, ono
and one-fourth miles: Levant, first;
Wave o' Light, second; King Fan, third.
Time, 2:18 1-3.
Fifth Race For beaten horses; ouo
roila: Bouncer, first; Tolcmachus, sec
ond ; Ben Weoliey, third. Time, 1 :40.
Aatttiter Indiana Bank Failure.
Brazil, Ind., July M. The Commer
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