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THE DAILY CAIRO
CAIRO, ILL., SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 17, l.'MIl,
IULECMATIH.M and NEUUALGLA have
long enough run rlut In the bumu
They have tormented tuo human family and
defied the medical faculty ; from time out of memory
they hareoorrnpted the blood, demoralized the Join m,
vexed the nerves, atomized the muscles and racked
the brain with wearying pain,
"ATmoraORoa" ti tlio rneuiy of Rheuma
tism and Keuraltria, repairs their dunuuns, renew
the blood, eaaea the JoiutH, calm, the nerves, aoothea
the muacloH, kircs nwt and ikjum to the troubled
brain, and ciwurue doliKhtf ul alii.
"ATaxornonoB" la a new remedy, hut It has
been abundantly tried. From far anil near come tea
ttroonlaU from well. known immona who bad lornr
been Buirnrera. It ban turned tholr dineaws out It
lua oared them. That u ail,-nd that is enough.
"ATULonionos" can tin for you what
it liaa dono for those sufferers. It can
tlrivo out your Kheumntisui ami Neuralgia,
and will do so if you give it a fair trial.
" ATHLdpnoKOs" has by this time had such a
(rood trial aU over the country that it true work la
known, and It true character iroved.
"AniLOPnoR03" means 'ttlze-Bearer;"
"Victor;" "Conqueror " It carries off the prize u
Victob Over the aUaoia of tlifo ternbie maladim,
and Oonqitibob of tlio frightful aKoult their vie.
tuna have endured. Not a mere U-mporary relief,
but a permanent, enduring, ami triumphant cure.
If you cannot fret Ann-opnonosnf your drop,
plst, wo will send it express paid, on receipt of
rnrular price one dollar per bottle. We prefer
that you buy It from your drtuirlst, but If he
hasn't it, do not be persuadfd to try something
Use, but order at once trout us as directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
QEOKOE HAKRlaON LEACH, M. I).
PHYSICIAN Sz SURGKOX.
Special attention paid to the Il-imvopathic treat
ment of ur;cal (lifeifeit. uud uiKeu'es of women
OKML'E On Hth :reet, oppLKitu the Toft
office, Cairo, 111.
)R. J. E. STRONG,
12U Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAl'OU. ELKCil'.O-VAI'OK M MEDICATED
H ATI IS
A aJy in attendance.
"QR. E W. WUITLOCK.
Urncs No. 13 Commercial Avenne, between
Krhtaand NlLth Street
G. PARSON, M. 1).,
OCULIST AND AUKIST.
OKr'tl'K- Ity Drug Store. Cartiomlale, II 1.
rpilECITY NATIONAL RANK.
Of 'iiiro, I llim iiH.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL. 81 OO.OOO!
A General Bankinir Business
JNTERPRiSE SAVING HANK.
KXCLI'SIYKLY A SAVINGS A K.
Til OS. "W. HAIXIDAY,
('oinniereiiil Avenue and Kiirhtli Street
P. BROSS, PreMdent.
Ji. WKLLS, Caehler.
P. NSKP, YlrcPrei-'ut
I T. J. Kerth, Asx't cash
F. BroM mm Ca'ro I William Kl.ite. .Cairo
Peter Neff ..... " William Wolf.... "
C. M. Ooterlob. " I C. (i. Patter "
K. A. Under " II. Well
J. Y. C'lemon, Caledonia.'
A OEXEUAL RANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Exchange fold and bought. Interest paid ii
the Savings Department. Collections mailu and
all buslnen promptly attended to.
tS i? oil
O w By
A PRACTICED HAND.
Evldonco That Dr. Pavy Did the
Carving: of Ills Doad for His
That After His Own Death the Scalpel
Tell Into Unskillful Hands Contents
of Kislingbury'B Stomach,
The Horrible Theory of the Slaughter.
Pen Not Accepted by Gener.l
Nkw Vui'.K, August 10th. Until the
death of Dr. Uutave 1'avy of thu Greely
party, June Uth, the Ik-sh cut from most
of the bodies wad removed by a haud
BkUleU In dissection. A few of the bod
ies had the lkfhy iortluiis cut away eu
tire.y. Hut with the majority the work
had been so well doue that a casual ob
server would never have suspected with
out other evidence, of which there
was plenty, however, that the
survivors had been reduced
to cannibalism, and liad for a long time
been subsisting pr.ncipally ou the bodies
of their dead comrades. It N not a coin
cidence that the body of Dr. 1'avy,, with
tlmse of two others who died alter him,
should be reported as washed away.
With Surgeon l'avv gone the scalpel eouid
not be used, lli fore the btx.ics had been
left with little mark of the terrilj.e work
done. After 1.1s death the survivors were
Mvii:mi;i:i: nil: jiomi:s,
and denude iliLin of llc.sh In sui.li a way
as to leave nothing but bones. So these
unfortunates were reported a- buried In
an ice !l jc and washed away, and to the
list was added Sailor, who uied June .",
and Setgcant Lice, who diod April 'J.
most of the bodies the scalpel
pissed under the skin, the
laid back, the llesh removed,
skin pulled bauk in place
the- edges joinel, so there
no external evidence of the
No one in the party except the
surgeon cotilii so skiniUiiy renuve th.j
llesh aud leave the skin intact. How
1'avy met his death has not been ex
plained, but it was probably by the
knife. With him gone, aud every day
the pangs of hunger growing inure uu
bearab.e, the caution was relaxed and the
survivors ate of human llesh however
they cou!d easiest secure it.
l.v 'i if-; i.asi j).vs
before relief came all sense of honor and
of feeling had been lost. Long was the
htroiit of the party, uud was able to
waik to the launch, rredericks had con
siderable strength left, and clambered
tin board the Thetis almost unaided. It
was seldom the men stood upright.
They crawled about ou their bauds aud
knees, aud when Hraiuard was un
dressed on the Thetis his knees were
louud calloused to a thickness of ov-.r
half an inch, lu the midst of such
horrors It was wondered by the
rescuing party how Greely and
his companions kept their reason.
About the camp were scattered bones of
the dead, aud dissect.-d and mutilated
bodies were haif exposed lu the builal
plot back of the tent. It was a scene at
which the rescuers shuddered. The
bodies of those who died natural deaths
were not mutilated where death had beeu
caused by disease. As to how many
died of scurvy, accounts differ. All did
not die of starvation. It Is feared others
met death as Henry did. It is known
that court-martials were frequent in the
1'AVY was ox TKIAI.
three times. There were dissections
among the men until, weak in body and
mind by privation, each did ad he could
for the otheis, but the list struggle for
life became single-handed. It was each
man for himself.
The ollicersof the relief vessels still re
fuse to say anything on the subject. Tuo
sailors talk freely, but some of the scenes
they describe are too revolting for repe
tition. Klslingbury's Diet.
RociiKSTKR, N. Y., August 1G. With
niaguifylug glasses Doctors Charle3 aud
James Buckley, Jlaudovlllc aud Baker
aud Law reuce made an examination yes
terday of the matter found in the large
Intestines of Kislingbury's body. It is
composed of several substances, hair,
woody and vegetable liber, minute shells,
scales, and muscle auj tlesh. Of this
there can be no mistake! Hair and shells
predominate iu the mass. What appear
to be the stems of moss w ere seen. One
gray hair is plain to bo seen. The muscle
has the appearance of the end of a sev
General Hazen's Theory.
YVashixctox, 1). C, August 10. Tho
theory that factions arose iu the Greely
party and that the stronger destroyed the
weaker, is not accepted by General
llazen. It is his opinion that the party
was thoroughly disciplined and harmo
nious until after Henry's thefts, and
that each received his full share of
food. Lieutenant Ray says that if
Sergeant Brainard hits recorded acts
of cannibalism the record Is in his
own possession. The Lieutenant has at
his ollico the relics of the Greely party,
which consists of au extemporized pair
of scales, composed of a wooden cross
and two tin caus, lu which the last of the
provisions was weighed and meted out,
chronometers, camp utensils and a num
ber of Hags. Amnng the Hags Is a blue
aud gold relic of tho Gulnaro expedition,
and a tattered streamer of the l'olarls
A Congressman says ho believes un in
vestigation of tho Greely matter will bo
made by Congress. He declares Hazcu
wholly Incompetent, aud thinks tho War
Department will have him court-martialed.
A member of the Becbe search expedi
tion says that the ice-pilot N'orman, told
him Llcuteuaut Lock wood was frequently
under the Influence of liquor and was so
drunk at Lady Franklin Bay that he had
to bo carried asuoro.
It was arranged to open the casket of
Sergeaut Cross, but the widow and moth
YVTren the expedition was fitted out the
members were supplied with blank books,
1a which to make tlielr personal records
of events lu the orotic regions. Seven
toeaol them have fcten preserved, but
wHl not be used until after Lieutenant
Grecly's report is completed, which maj
Comtnandfr Walker declares that thor
Is no record of cannibalism having been
practiced In any former expedition to the
oillcer Kelly, of tho Bear, says the ro
ports are true of tho eating of the tlesb
of Lieutenant Kisllngbury aud Private
Henry. Tho survivors were almost de
lirious, and admitted they had to eat the
dead bodies in order to preserve their
own lives. The cook of the Bear gives
Relief Officers' Banquet.
Nkw Vuijk, August 1G. Tho American
Yacht Club gave a banquet last night at
Delmonlco's to the ollicers of the Grcclj
relief expedition. Trank R. Lawrence
presided. After discussing an elaborate
menu, Lawrence welcomed the guests and
proposed a toast to their health. Com
mander Schley responded.
Tin: ioitr.y lktteu.
Oiriinissioner Davenport's Report on
the Crownintr Sensation of the
New Yoi:k, August 1C United States
Commissioner John I. Davenport has
prepared a volume of 150 pages contain
ing the results of his investigation of the
Morey letter forgery. The actual writer
of the letter was Henry Hadley, a lawyer
doing business in this city. He came
prominently to notice about two weeks
before the election lu lbs'O as the agent
of Chairman Barnuru In the alleged ef
foits to Uud the mythical Morey to whom
the letter was addressed. The
first suggestion In regard to
the business, according to Mr.
Davenport, came from Barnum himself.
His idea was to have an interview pub
lished iu which Garlield was to be repre
sented as expressing himself in favor ol
('hine-e labor. This alleged Interview
was to be printed This sort of inter
view was submitted to members of the
Democratic National Committee, who
suggested that it be put iu the form of a
letter, signed J. A. G. The forger ob
tained a sheet of paper bearing "the cap
of the House of Representative
Imitated the handwriting of Garlield,
uud signed the latter's full name. This
change of form was made during Bar
num's absence, as was stated at the time.
The forgery came to Truth under cover
of a letter signed John W. (ioodall. This
letter was also written by Hadiey. Bar
num paid the latter several thousands of
dollars for services, and the payments
have been traced. He also paid a lawyer
to protect Hadley w hile the latter was in
hiding. Hadley, when confronted with
the evidences of his guilt admitted to
Mr. Davenport the commission of the
(;0TKXOK lKKI.AND IV TROUBLE.
To be Arrested by the Federal Authori
ties for Obstructing Process.
GtLvr.sTON, Tux., August 1G. A great
ileal of political significance is connect
ed with the issue of the warrant for the
arrest of Governor Ireland. It Is said
that the action In the premises has been
dictated by the Republican managers in
the east, who think to eujoy po
litical capital by making it appear that
Ireland, as Governor, Ls In conilict with
the rcdcral authorities. Ireland's procla
mation of pardon it Is asserted
was a biuu'lering Instrument and doubly
aggravated the Federal authorities, in
his proclamation Irelaud said: "The
Federal judiciary have determined to re
lease Fraucols unlawfully, and as there
Is no way to prevent it," etc., he
grants the release from imprisonment
only. The Governor will be arrested
Emil Francois, upon whose deposition
the warrant was Issued, was convicted
under the miscegenation act of Texas iu
1S70, unci sentenced to live years. He
was granted a hearing ' on a writ of
habeas corpus, but ou the case
being called tue State announced that a
full pardon had been granted to him, aud
the writ was ordered dismissed aud the
prisoner released. Francis refused the
pardon, because it did not restore him to
lull citizenship, preferring to re!y on the
writ. He is pure white, but married a
negro woman whose complexiou Is fairer
than his own. The law punishes only the
w hite pcrsou iu case ot miscegenation.
How the Great Man Spends His Vacation-No
Mention of His Letter
Prospect IIocsf, Amkondack, N Y.,
August 1G. Governor Cleveland is still
at Upper Saranac Lake, aud spends his
time during the day In hunting aud fish
ing. His evenings are employed on work
which he brought with him. His head
quarters are a small hotel in the woods
where there are but few visitors, and he
expresses himself as much improved In
health. He is iu daily communication
with his private secretary at Albany, and
such documents as demand his personal
attention are forwarded, it is expected
that he will remain here until about Sep
JOHN A. LOtiAX, Jit.
The Young Cadet Under Arrest For
NKwnriiG, N. Y., August 1G. The New
burg Jo'ijister of last evening said that
John A. Logan, jr., son of the Republi
:an candidate for Vice-President, who is
in tho fourth class of cadets at West
Point, had been placed under arrest
there to await trial by court-martial ou
i charge of using profano language and
of conduct unbecoming a cadet. Tho sto
ry goes that young Logan used profano
language while doing guard duty a few
nights ago. Tho Corporal was relieving
the guards, nud when ho npproached
Logan was saluted by tho latter with,
"Who goes there, by G d?" The Cor
poral although surprised, gavo tho usual
reply, when Logan cried out, "Advance,
frleud, and give tho countersign, by
G d." Logau was relieved from guard
duty and tho case was reported to the
Superintendent. Tho followlug day I,o
zau was nlaced under nrr, st.. nn,l hn.
since been on trial. Tho court hold a
pension last Wednesday, tho Jlegistvr sayi,
but none of the proceedings' hnva ln-on
made public. ,
Arthur at Lake Mohawk.
Kingston, N. Y., August 1G. Presi
dent Arthur left tho Cat-kill's yesterday
morning for this city, arrlvtujr here
about 3:30 n. m. The PratMnnt. hi
ll a ugh ter and niece, with General Sharpe,
tnis morning went 19 Lafto Mohawk by a
special train. Socrotary Frertafrhuyst'ti,
his wife and daughter, proceeded to Jcr-
"BETTER ALL DIE."
Tho Last Words of a Jealous and
Intoxicated Husband and
Married, Divorced, Remarried, But Still
Unhappy, RU3h H, Tevis Attempts to
Murder His Family,
And Succeeds in Taking His Own
Lite An Old Scandal
Sr. Lons, Mo., August 1G. Tho last
act in the life of Rush H. Tevis was Mu
lshed last night when, after attempting
to kid his wife, he placed a revolver to his
head and blew out his brains. Tevis was
the proprietor of tho Excelsior Foundry
&- Nickel Plating Co., aud with his wife
and child occupied four tastefully furn
ished rooms on tho first lloor of tho dwel
ling No. L'sJl St. Louis avenue.
Tevis had been drinking for some time
and several persons who saw him rast
eveuiug say that he acted very strangely.
He went home about ten o'clock and
seemed to be in deep distress. The
neighbors heard him speaking in a loud
tone to his w ife, and then became alarmed
at the shrieks of tho woman, followed a
moment later bv the loud report of a pis
tol shot. Mrs. Tevis
lit.V SHUIEKING FROM THE UOOM
and sought safety in a neighboring house :
sue satU: "My husband cried out:
'We had all better die.' He started
for the drawer where tho pistol was. I
saw what he meant, and snatching up my
child from the cot I ran out of the room."
Mrs. Tevis was too hysterical to give any
further account of the trouble.
When the pistol shot was heard, the
neighbors entered tho house aud found
Tevis in the throes of death.
When he put the pistol to his
head he stood at tho threshold of
the parlor. He was standing up
when he fired and the bullet en
tered the head just back of the tight ear,
ranging upward and coming out of the
top of tae head. So close had he held
the weapon to his head that several par
ticles of hair clung to its muzzle. The
suicide was fully dressed in a suit of yellow-striped
seersucker, aud Jfad only re
moved his hat, which was found lying
upon the bed. 1 n the floor near an open
drawer of a marble-topped dresser lay
the paper box w hich had held the pistol,
showing that he had not carried the
weapon on his person. The tragedy
IIKC'AI.LS A SCANDAL
which occurred about two years ago.
Tevis aud Captain Grimes, the river pilot,
waylaid Frank T. Ig'.ehart aud Mrs.
Tevis as they came out of a well-known
assignation house on Singleton street.
The couple had hardiy reached the side
walk when Tevis drew a revolver
aud shot Iglehart In the arm. Ig'.ehart
fell, but the woman assisted him to raise
and then dragged him away. A divorce
suit followed, Tevis being given tho cus
tody of the child. In Jess than two
mouths after the legal separation the
couple met in Philadelph ia, where he had
followed her, aud were remarried, aud
the public was unaware of any other
scandal until the events of last uight.
AFTER TWO YEARS.
A Dead Man's Body Returns to Con
front His Murderers.
Lonsvn.i.E, Ky., August 1G. The
body of a murdered mau came to tho
surface of the creek In Owen Couuty
yesterday, where It had been sunk for
two years, and the discovery so enraged
the people that the murderer was brought
to Louisville yesterday morning for safe
ty. The murdered man was Major Roth
well, and ho was set upou and beaten to
death with a hammer. The body
was then weighted and sunk iu
Eagle Creek, where it remained.
Three men were arrested at the time of
Rothwell's disappearance, but as the body
could not be presented, the m m were dis
missed. One of them, Jno. Williams, has
been re-arrested, and he makes a confes
sion, charging the deed upon Bill Mc
Donald aud Boss Morgan, neighbors of
Rothwcll, who he says compelled him to
assist In disposing "of tho body, which
was robbed of about $100. These two
have fled thc.couutry and when Williams
confessed, the neighbors determined to
lynch him. Iu order to prevent this, the
authorities spirited tho prisoner away.
Arrested for Bigamy.
St. Pacl, Minx., August 1G. Thomas
Joseph McAffoe, with several aliases, was
arrested yesterday ou a charge of bigamy.
It is said ho married Annie Lodgo iu
Dublin, Ireland, In September, ISsO. A
year afterward he deserted her, taking
S',000 of her money, and went to Paris.
From there he sailed for New York with
th Coiintess Von Mutchenburg, whose
maiden name was Clara Mead, a daugh
ter of Commodore Mead. They were
married ou lauding. Major McAffec was
discovered lu this city by W. O. Lodge, a
brother of McAffee's true wife, 'who
caused his arrest. The defendant is thirty
years old and of good address. The Dub
lin wife ls lu New York, where he will be
takcu on a requisition.
A Pennsylvania Fairxur Chains Up His
Philadelphia, Pa., August 1G. The
committee ou lunacy of the State Board of
Charities has just b ronght to light a most
heartless case of cruelly and inhuman
treatment. On a farm in Crawford County
a man between forty and fifty years of ago
was found in a miserable little hut, about
100 feet from the farm house, chained by
tho left leg to a post. He was almost naked
and was covered with filth and vermin.
Thirty years ago be was attacked with
a disease which left him Imbecile. His
elder brothor, not wlshiug to scud hltn to
an insane asylum and thereby cast a
shadow of disgraco on the family, had
this little hut built aud imprisoned his
brother there. Tho chain with which he
was tied was only twenty inches long,
and tho floor in a small circlo about the
post was completely worn away. Ilia bed
consisted of a lot of dirty straw which was
ONLY RKXBWHD ONCK
In a has while. Tim man was caged in
and treated like a wild beast, bU food
brng shovod in to bla through tote-ty
means of a larg sUcJL Uo vmm iwaatnA
drlvertng, havfng- wttMte iOTiapatmi ;
of Br4i,by; hrrS
gray and hung two feet down on his dirt
encrusted bosom. He moaned plteouslj
when the door was opened as the light
streamed Into his tllthy quarters. The
brother claims he was compelled
to chain him years ago when ho
was strong and hearty and had
not thought of removing it since. No
one had been in the hut for threo years.
The man was removed to the hospital
where ho is now harmless aud dohig
well, but he will never recover his speech
or reason agalu. A letkr has been sent
to all prominent physicians in the Stato
urging them to keep a sharp look-out for
insane persons privately Imprisoned in
their own homes.
1!AE 1! ALL BRKVITIES.
Score of Games Played on Friday,
Toledo, O.-Toledos, 7; Indiana
Providence, R. I. Providences, 3;
Pittsburgh, Ta. Alleghenys, 0; Balti
Cincinnati, O. Loulsvilles, 7; Cincln
New York. Bostons, 3; New Yorks, 1.
Brooklyn. N. Y. Urooklyns, 13; Vir
Utica, N. Y. Detrolts, 10; Utica, 5.
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis Unions, 0;
Chicagos, l' St. Louis Browns, 1G;
Boston, Mass. Boston Unions, I; Na
Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City Unions,
10; Cincinnati Unions, 5.
Long Point Amateur Races.
Long Point, N. Y., August 10. Tho
amateur races for prizes given by Mr.
John E. Allen, proprietor of the Long
Point Hotel, occurred this afternoon.
A large attendance of oarsmen were
present from all over the country. Two
excellent courses had been surveyed on
either side of the point, and the south
oue was selected. All the races were a
mile aud a half straightaway, and were
rowed under the rules of the National
The result of the Watkins regatta
Wednesday made the oarsmen anxious
to make a good record. The weather
was very warm aud tho water a trnle
The first race, -enior singles, was called
at two o'clock, the positions being In the
following order: Murphy, of liostou;
Mulcahy, of Albany; Buckley, of Port
laud j Ryan, of Cambridge; Larnun, of
Union Springs, and Casey, of Boston.
Buckley came in winner in 1 1 :00 1-5;
Murphy second, his time being 11 :0t 1-4.
Second Race Junior fours; between
the Ulen City Club and Seniors, both of
Watkins, was very close and watched
with intense iuterest. The Gleu City's
won In l.':0G.
In tho third race Junior singles, Clif
ford, of Wiikesbarre; McKay, of Bath,
Me.; Van Benthuysen, of Syracuse;
Chubbuek, of Auburn; E. Walters, of
New York; Norton, of Portland, and
lllnton, of Auburn, were the starters in
the order named. McKay, ot Bath,
proved an easy victor, followed by Chub
buck, of Auburn. Time, lJ : 1 1 3-4.
In the fourth race, the mutual pair
oared crew of Albany rowed against the
Crescents, a double scull, from Boston.
It was an even match, aud the closesf of
the day. The Crescents won iu 1 1 :ol 3-4.
There were two starters iu the llfth
and final taee for senior fours, tho At
lantas, of New York, and the Middlesex.
of Cambridge, Mass. The latter won iu
Brighton Beach Races-Jockey Killed.
New YoitK, August '.. The live events
on the programme drew a large crowd to
Brighton Beach yesterdav.
First Race Maidens of all ages, one
aud one-eighth miles: Pioneer, llrst;
Yorktown, second; Pioneer, third. Time,
1 :5'J 1-2. Mutuals paid ?.'2.S0.
Selling allowances, seven-eights mile;
Lillie B., llrst; Charley Kempland, sec
ond; Verzenay, third. Time, 1:31 l-J.
Mutua's paid fl (.GO,
Third Race Plunger, llrst; Waveo
'Llght, second; Carley I!., third. Time,
2:11. Mutuals paid .15.71.
Fourth Race For beaten horses, three
quarter mile: Pilot, llrst; Medusa,
second; Annie G., third. Time 1:17 1-4.
Mutals paid 87.00.
Fifth Hurdle Kace t bieandonequarter
miles: Pawnee, llrst; Claude Branuon,
second; Cyclone, third. Time, 2:20.
Mutuals 13. GO.
Young Sax, the western jockey, who
was riding Carlisle in the second race
was thrown, falling 011 his head, killing
him Instantly. Dr. Morgan who was
present, did all ho could, but his services
were useless, and the Coroner was
Chicago, III., August Ifi. The racing
yesterday was very enjoyable, and there
was a large crowd present.
First Race One-half mile heats, for
all ages: Nora M. won lu two straight
heats; Sunrise, second. Time, Ri, 4:.
Second Race Ono mile, for three-year-old
non-winners: Top Sawyer won; La
dy Morton, second; Ladv Trump, third,
Time, 1 :43 1-2.
Third Race One-half mile, for two-year-old
non-wluncrs: Leonai do won;
Vaulter, secoud; Eva Britton, third.
Time, 50 1-4.
Fourth Race Oue and one-eighth miles
handicap, light welter-weights: Revoke
won; Atlhestane, second; Chantilly,
third. Time, 1 :5s 1-2.
Fifth Raco Ono aud one-sixteenth
miles, all ages: Tjiadv won; Mart Bor
ham, second; Lycurgus, third. Time,
THE SIIAKOX-II1LL t'AE.
Evidence that Miss Hill and Her Coun
sel "Put Up a Job."
San Francisco, Cai.., August 1G. To
day's .tfa publishes the written state
incut of Nellie Brackett, a witness for
the plaintiff In tho Sharon-Hill divorce
coso. Sho alleges that the word "wife"
In the 'Wear wife" letters, is a forgery.
The marriage contract was written over
the signature of Senator Sharon on pa
per stolen from his room by the plaiutlff.
Geo. W. Tyler, counsol for the plaintiff
In tho stilt now pending, furnished tho
form of the contract.
Talty Piftv for the Bricklayer..
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WwkfMonday, Hoth!g ot now mo
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