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CAIRO, ILL., WEDNESDAY MORNINd, AUGUST 20,
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AniLonioK03 is a riovcl word to most
I''lo who ftiak the KukIihI, luriiruaire. TL.i
" "'"'"n. tfo. ineaiiiLK t.y it
I HE I'ltlE DEAltlill."
Athlophoucu i.-i the first ami only
mciliuiuo which h:is tarried on" tl,'.
Iri.e as the jMjrfw t reiuwly furllli.ii
niatism and Neuralgia.
Like two MfDtlcss tyrant they havo f r
awe lii-Iil their miflenm victims iu au Inn
cnp. These poor uffrum havw liven m sfcn
iu Uio power of Uitir oppressors.
Athlopiiohos baa entered the arena, i v
KW'il iu conflict with the mounters, and . n th.-
vii'tvrv. Ah tlirt emt-tlLril in tlit. i;r. ,r,
, :oi,.; ol om ITOUIO will OUiy U U1U DlOl HeVeri- t r: it '
if ability and endurance, so ATllLui'iloboH ha
t.'ie prize, ut aloriiby mTUiK ttuiirary reln-f, ii
I y liriniriiitf an endurim? rure, an well, to llinwnln
li.ivo tuiitered tho excruciating idticn of l.Iieii:.....
ATHLoi-noitos U a novelty, not only
in name, Lut in its elcniuus. It h un
like any j.rfjiaraiion yet intr.jluvil.
Atiii.oi'iiok(.8 acts on tin? Mood, hhh-Im
ai,. Joints, ri'immiiif th -.iniri and arid from
Hi.; U'uxl, cam Uiuu out of the Ht-in.
AniLOFiinRiis U put up with consummatr.
!...!. ami cntaiim uthiMf that run j-iib!y
n the tiiiiat dvl.iate constitution.
Now, iii) you w.n.t to kuCTlt en unJ on?
'r.li j ou wilLt to be well ? I Q
"Athlophoros" WILL Cure You U
If ; mi cannot et Athi.oi-mjkos of yourtlr i-.-t,
we will Bt-iiii it express paid, on receipt o(
n--ihirprli-c ohc dollar rIAtle. V pater
' it jou buy It fn.m your drui.vi.-t, tut if h
1. mi t It, do not ! persuadi-d to try Boiii. -tlUij
1 , but order ut oiiu- rruw ua as ilirected.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., MEW YORK.
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K .iENEl.t. HANKISf. IlfSlNEsS DdNIi.
Exclmn;:!! Po!d nud boiu-ht. Int.-niM pii-l u
the Savin K Drpanmciii. C'lllrctiur.n niiuli- i:nl
all himlnu-s pro'iiutiv n ti-n.i"l t
A FATHER'S CRIME,
How an Inhuman Paront Providci
for tho Comfort of Ilia Do
JJh rirst Drives Him Insane by Sonselesi
Persecution, and Then Imprisons Him
in Filth and Pestilence,
Thiee Years in a Sweat Iiox lie Knowi
H:ii l'athei's Voice, anj Trembles
When He Hears It.
J'iiii.ai.ki i nn, I'a., August l'J. The
'I nut m tu-d:iy jirints tl, story of the lat.-st
ln.-jnity horror wliich the rural districts
o( IVinisylvani.i !ris yielded Up. The
btorv comes from tin? uri.st'jcra'ic sutjurlj
ol (.'hi-stiiut llt.l. Tin; victim is Georjru
Mn-i-prr, wiio h is l.ten cra.y lor liitei.u
';ars, and who w:is coiillncd three years
in til..- liotisg of his father, Charles
Mivept-r, a man worth oo", living
oiii--.piuit(.r f :i ii j i iu out of Chestnut
llili o:i thy 1'. oui '.own road. Iu the year
lv.'.) i..oru': :rcepcr, then a boy of
eighteen, wvnt harmlessly cray. Tho
fi-w p-oplc- living uoout "T!iu Wheel
l'i.:np" In:i,t!ie center of the .-ettleinelit,
and who re;u mjc-r !iim at that time, say
that the cau-e ot his
IN -AM I V WAS l.UVE.
lie wii, Infatuated with Mary I'otts, of
Clu s'nut lli.l. The father opposed his
Ml t, foroade llie hoy's attentions to tho
i:;ri, I-him aluut the' country from
p.;e.e t.) pi le .- w hen he thought that his
son --oil:; it a ineetinir witfl his sweet
he. ;rt, and cursed hi 1:1 wlienever he
tii-.ujht h;s niiinl or his footsteps were
bent iu her direction. It was iu
the harvest time if that the
mj:i leap, d ut the oi l man alter
he had delivered an unusually heavily
ch.ir.'ed vudty of abuse in tho coru-lieid
behind t!ie liouse In which lie lived, one
of the do.eu houses which Charles
Sireepi.-r owns, 'l'ae father had the corn
cutter in his hand. "If he hadn't had it,"
oaid an eye witness yesterday, "tin. re
would have been another acquittal la a
inurder case on the ltouii 1 ol insanity."
A.-, i. wis the "iioy," then L'rowu throiiLlh
year of iiii.-utai darkness to a m an of
til. I ty, olialehed a bjud.i; e-f Coni-.-laliiS
and thras.aed his father like a sheaf
of sraiu. It was the last free ex
ercise of !iis liiii-cies. Save for hi.i
father, moth'-r and 1:1 tic brother, tho
barld r who wis brought in to shave him,
and Koln.rt Gordon, host of "Tho V:u-ei
Pump," u i.o was called in to co.tx him
down t; i r- to let the barber shave him,
no mortal eyes hae since seen hs face.
The buried man h.ii two ro iiiis; one is a
ftarrct with a tin roof. It has no stove
iu winter and it withers a.l the heat that
the cooi vi.las of Che.-tuut lli.i escape i:l
t:e summer. The other apartment is a
liltie room ov.-r the kitchen. (Jeor'e
ll vs i.oNi; .N.VKUU
In the- little room above tho Kitchen dur
ing the brohin' heats of the Julys and
Augusts which lie has spent there. liis
vacations are passed iu the garret. Tho
reason why he has the jrarivt for a
change i-that on account of his not be
allowed Olit ol doors tile room over
t.'ie kitchen u'i ts into such a condition
after a few days that he has to move out
of it until it is cleaned. Tiieu he is put
in til'- room over the kitchen until the
L.'irn t is cleaned. So it has gone on
for three years. When the man hears his
f.-il Iter's harsh voice he shrieks and beats
himself against the wad. At mailt his
eties aro!io the neighboring households.
The leu .bors did not interfere because
hi- mother was known to give him good
cure. 15 u t sue has uone awav, afraid of
n;i ah; wni. t l.iii:.
What the Exhumation of His Body
Dm. phi, Ink., August l'J. At the re
rjin st of relatives the' remains of Private
Whistler weio ixhumed this morning in
the presence of perhaps forty persons
quiet. v gathered at the little coun
try church-yard. Doctors licck, Augell,
Sparer and Smith ol'iciated. The casket
lid, fa.-Uiied with tilty-two bolts, was re
moved in lie minutes, when a slight
alcoholic ordor was a.l that escaped.
The coiliu was packed with cotton waste.
The corpse was tightly wrapped in a
sheet of muslin, under which were three
tbicktkscs of woollen blankets. All
were quickly and quietly removed, when
the dreaded truth was verilied. The
body lay upon the left side. All the flesh
was cut from the limbs and back, the
face, chest and extremities being all lett
uutoiiclied. The ih sli had been carefully
removed to the very bones.
No evidence of violence was found.
The eyes were decayed. The face was
covered with a sbai.",ry red beard and
the head with darkish red hair. ( iver the
skull was a close littiog cap apparently
made from a knit uudcrshirt, over which
was a sealskin cap with ear-iaps, and tied
under the chin. There were woolen ban
dages about tho wrists and aukles. There
was considerable gravel upon the chest.
Thu feet and hands were white aud swol
len. The fecal matter contained evi
dences of hair and tibrous substances.
The remains were fully Identified by the
the relatives Irani the teeth and crippled
llniicr us well us the personal features,
heath was evident y caused by starvation
as no-inaiks of vloienuuordisea.su were
apparent. The sealskin cap and a lock
of hair will be preserved.
.MAID s. SOLD.
Robert Banner Becom a the Purchaser
of tho Famous Mure.
Sakakkia, N. Y., August IU. Vander
bllt !s uo longer the owner of Maud S.
Thu famous male has been sold to Kobert
Bonner, of the AVw York Lmbji'i; and has
left tho Springs for Ilonm r's stable.
Vanderhllt was greatly annoyed of late
bv thu notoriety which the possession of
the mure entailed on him, and decided to
get rid of her. Ho was besieged with
offers ranging from $ji),0 )0 to over 8100,
1)00. Mr. lionner's sons here yesterday
Hccured the prize. It, in not known what
prico was paid, but the sum Is said to be
in the neighborhood of six lluures,
A United Press correspondent saw
Vanderhllt at the I'nlted Status Hotel
this morning He said It was true that
he had sold the mare, and she had gone
"I wont tell you that," responded tin
millionaire, "lionuer, who bought her
may tell If he likes. That's his business."
Montiforniry and Pettus Testing
Limit cf Their Neighbors' Ea
durance. TAM.fiivii.Li:, In.., August lib Con.
sid rablu excitement is occasioned
throughout this county on learning that
the notorious John C. llontgomery and
I.eu Pettus, defendants iu the Iiiuina
Uond outrage case, are busily at work
collecting evidence against tho leaders of
the mob that made an attempt to hang
them. It u udi.l that detectives have
been engaged in working up tho
evidence for some time, aud that indict
ments will be found at the November
term of the court. It Is also tho Inten
tion of Montgomery and Pettus to bring
suit against tho County for damages sus
tained to person and reputation. The In
dictments, If found, will create Intense
excitement and the prosecuting witnesses
may meet with rough treatment, us the
verdict iu the Pond trial fell far short of
satisfying public opinion.
The Rumor Cji. firmed.
Piri-m itui!, I'a., August l'J. A de
cided sensation was created In general
business circles yesterday afternoon by
the report that tho Coal Valley Coal
Company had been compelled to ask for
an extension from th:ir creditors, A
member of thu linn confirmed the report
late last evening, but declined going into
details. I-roin another s-ourco it was
learned that tho first National Pank of
this city is the principal creditor.
A bank ollicial states this morning that
he does not think tho indebtedness will
exceed S.loo.Ooo, aud will probably fall
below that ligure. The assets of the
company, he was satislh-d would greatly
exceed its liabilities. Their inability to
meet thu obligations was entirely due to
the depression iu the coal trade. The
company is composed of J. A. Stone,
George Stone, John Stone, Win. Stone
and Daniel stone. In extent of opera
tions the company ranks third In the
AITUI.D run MM IT.
Fatal XL sul:sof a Quarrel OveraGamj
San i a Ik, X. .M., August, Uh Thomas
P'O'd, Jr., a butcher at l.ako Valley,
while dealing at a game of poker, applied
the limit rule to John foundation, a
well-known citizen, aud the latter be
came angered, left the saloon and said he
Would get something and brain liovd.
The latter secured a shot-gun and fol
lowed foundation to the street, liring
two shots and killing him instantly,
foundation was an old miner and three
hundred former co-workers gathered to
lynch IJoy.l, but prompt action on the
part of the Sheriff saved trouble. Boyd
came hero from ft. Worth, Texas.
A Dead Infant's Body Carriei Off by a
I'll i slit, nun, Pa., August l:h A num
ber of buys playing near the Ohio Kiver
In Allegheny last night, found tho head
less remains of a child about nluemouths
old. One leg and arm was separated
from the trunk and bore evidence of hav
ing been torn from the body by the
wheels of a locomotive. While they
were examining the body a largo dog
seized the trunk and escaped with It in
the darkness. So trace of it can be
found. The Coroner's jury, after view
ing tiie pieces, were discharged on the
ground that not enough of tin remains
had been found on which to hold an in
quest. The Di-ous'ht in Ohio.
Ct'i.t Miu s, o., August l'J. The terri
ble luat'of the past ten days has had the
effect of drying up anil w ithering the pas
tures. At the present time vegetation of
all kinds is in a drooping couditiou. It is
feared that tho crops will now fall short
of the estiiiiite given cn the first instant.
The l ivers aud streams are very low. A
majority of springs are drying up and
roadways through central Ohio are cov
ered with dust to the depth of several
inches. The weather continues burning
hot. There has been uo raiu for four
CiiK'Ai,.., August . The JumtVs
Des Moines (la.) special says: A dis
ease which has marked symptoms of
cholera has appeared at Central, Vau
Huron County. Local phvsicinus pro
nounce it gray flux. Thirty-two ca-es
are reported, one-fourth ot which were
A Murderer Captured,
l.irn.i: lh.c'K, AiiK., August l'J. --Jim
Parker, the negro who murdered old man
foreman iu Lonoke County Saturday
evening last and escaped, was captured
at Tine Bluft last night and taken through
hero to-day by Sheriff Fletcher. The
Sheriff will have a strons Guard and will
probably prevent lynching.
Car Driver Shot Dead.
Tclkki ,(., August l'J. Wl. bur Plumb,
a street-car driver, w hile at the lower
end of the road last night, was shot and
killed by a robber intent on securim? his
money box. Thu murderer eseuped.
liumb was slugle, aged forty years, aud
the sole support of his mother.
Arthur at New York.
New YoiiK, August l'J. President Ar
thur arrived at the Fifth Avenue Hotel
late last night. He will stay a few days
and then go to the naval review ut New
port. Kislinubury's Post-Mortem.
KociiK.siKi!, N. V., August in. The
doctors who examined Kislingbury's budy
say they bellevo the epidermis and muscle
found in tho stomach was that of a hu
Thrown From Her Carriao and Killed.
A t.ii.i ny, N. Y., August l'J. Mrs. John
S. Bobblus, wlfo of a well-known hatter,
while out riding in thu Ilalderb rg Moun
tains this morning was throwu from her
carriage aud killed.
Turning the Raaoal'a Oat.
Maysvillk, N. Y., August 19. Gover
nor CIcvelund has declared Orrla Spcrry,
luto County Trcasuror, guilty oi wal
fettsnnco In olllee, mid WIIH I, T.eot.
Prohibitionists at Sodalia in Throe
Convoijtions-Chas. P. John
BOn fur Governor.
Bdi Butler's Letter "the Culmination ol
the Colossal Impudence and Arro
gaticj ' of the Only Benjamin F.
Anti-Monopoly State Convention at IJloom
ini;ton, III. Politics at Sara
Prohibitionists at Sedalia.
shai.ia,Mii., August l'J. Nearly three
hundred delegates to tho two State Pro
hlbition Conventions to-day have arrived.
Among th in are tx-Lieutenant-Governor
Charles P. Johnson and John A. Brooks,
both of whom are mentioned for Gov-
rnor. A St. John and Daniels Hag Is
hoisted ut i.i-rinanla Hall, where the Con
vention to nominate a State and elec
toral ticket meets. Thu other Conven
tion is held by what Is known as the Pro
uibitioii statu Al, lance, and will simply
nominate a statu ticket. Both conven
tions will probably agree on the same
The Missouri Statu Alliance met at
Smith's Hall, tho National Prohibition
party at (iermariia Hall, und the Chris
tian Temperance L'nion at the Ohio
street Methodist Church and effected
temporary organizations. A conference
committee of live from each organization
was appointed to meet aud arrange for
combination aud co-operative work.
Those committees are now in session.
About ooo delegates aro in attendance.
Ku-rythiiig at this time indicates that
Governor Chailcs P. Johnson will be
nominated, or arrange it so that ho will
run as an Independent candidate.
Geuoral Butler Denounced.
New Yoke, August 19. The 2Vi.-s of
this morning says of the Butler address:
"This address Is the culmination of tho
coio.-sal impudence and arrogance of a
man whose life lias been spent in self
seeking. Tiie object of this third party
and his cunning appeals to worklngmen
Is simply to divert votes enough from the
Democratic candidate to elect Blaine, if
possible, lu pursuance of tho treaty he
has entered into with Chandler, ltobeson
Bi.oominoto.v, Iu.., August l'J. Dele
gates to the auti-inonopoly State Conven
tion ate arriving slowly. The conven
tion op'-us to-day. The County aud Dis
trict Conventions held yesterday were
Watering Place Politics.
SaKaioua, N. Y., August l'J. P. x-Gov-trnor
P.;ee of Massachusetts, who Is
stopping hei'Q, when questioned as to Ills
opiuion iu regard to Butler's letter of ac
ceptance, said he had not yet read tho
whole letter, aud, therefore, was not
fully qualified to express an opinion.
Senator i'ugli, of Alabama, arrived hero
last night, ilo reported nutters lu the
South looking very favorable lor Cleve
land and Hendricks. Hu scouted tho
idea of f.lkins carrying West Virginia,
or any other Southern State. It is the
boiief among po itieiaus hero that Cleve
land, now that Butler has formally de
clared himself, will hasten thu Issuing
o; his letter. Mr. Manning, Chairman of
the Democratic Statu Committee, stated
that the letter would soon bu made
Texas State Convention.
1Ii.h-.stox, Tkx., August l'J. The Dem
ocratic State Convention for tho nomina
tion of a Governor and other State otll
cers assembled at noon to-day. Colonel
Thos. U. Bonner, of Tyler, was chosen
temporary chairman. Tho Convention at
1 p. m. took a brief recess.
WAKM-U TO LllAVlh
Eider Roberts Accomplishes His Mis
sion. Nasiivii.m:. Tenx., August l'J. Elder
B. II. llobeits arrived last night w ith the
bodies of the massacred elders, Gibbsaud
Berry. Huberts disguised hlmself.aud with
three friends went to Condor's house Sat
urday, dug up the remains and left that
night for Columbus.- Huberts received iu
the mail a note postmarked Chattanooga,
saying: 'You are hereby warned to leave
the state within twenty-four hours, on
penalty of going like thu other two Mor
mon elders." Hoherts says he will main
tain his right and stay. The bodies were
shipped last night to Salt Lake.
A IJKM'KK.VTK MKIITOK.
Vents His Insane Passion in Arson and
Vienna, III., August l'J. Yesterday
David Avery, a farmer, burned a stack of
wheat which a constable had just sold on
an execution. Then ho started toward
town. Meetlug a couple of neighbors on
the road, he passed them and then turned
and shot Dan Gagu In tin; back without
the slightest provocation, Gage died in
u few hours. Avery kept on his way and
burned the barn aud wheat-stack of a
farmer named John Dunn. lie then
made his escape to the woods. An armed
posse is pursuing him. He Is a desperate
character, and it is not believed ho will
be taken alive.
An Awful Suspicion.
Piiii.AKEi.i'iiiA, Pa., August pi. Cap
tain 1). II. Craig, who was sent to Key
West to Investigate as to tho disappear
ance of Captain Lewis, of the schooner
Julia Baker, reports that from statements
of witnesses, he believes the Captain was
poisoned by ihu mute aud steward, and
that the latter thereafter navigated the
vessel and sold the cargo. The mato Is
now awaiting trial at Key West.
Whisky and Remorse.
Skdama, Mo., August ID. O. B. Rad
cllff committed suicide at seven o'clock
this morning by cutting his throat with a
razor. Ho came hero from Morgan
County last Thursday with $ 1,100 In
greenbacks, the proceeds of farm ho
had sold there last Saturday, IIwas
very .drunk and got robbed of hln watch
iie-s and cuiiiliR-d In the city" prison until
yv-tt-rday. '1 he cauu Is supposed to bo
whisky and remorse for seducing a girl
ii' L'hnor iu Morgan County. Ho was
about thirty years old.
li.W: BALL ItltEVITMCS.
Score of Games Play-vt on Monday
New York New Yorks, 5; Chicago, U.
Philadelphia, Pa. Clevelands, 5; Pliii
Springileld, Mass. Detroits, 'J; Spring-
St. Louis, Mo. Oinahas, 11; St. Louis
Boston, Mass. Boston 1'nioiis 1; Bal
timore l.'nloiis, 0.
Washington, D. C Washington, 1;
Philadelphia, Pa. Athletics, '.'0; Hal
Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheny's, 1: Met
Toledo, O. Toledos, 10; Columbus, 4.
1 II K TL'Ul".
SwiAioiiA, N. Y., AugustTj. Weather
clear and warm. The attendance at the
track shows no tailing off.
first Pace Misses' stakes-, two year
old, three quarter mile: Mission Belle,
first; Teiiu Doe, second; Hadha, third.
Time, 1 :lt;. Mutuais, jSH.'JO.
Second Pace Purse SaO), all ages,
one mile and seventy yards, only two
starters: Won by Swiiu-y; Gltubar,
second. Time, 1:00. Mutuais, ij. CD,
Third liaco Pocahontas stake, three
year olds, mile and 000 yards: Modesty
won; Mittie 1!., second; Tolu, third.
Time, i':ld. Mutuais, So'.lO.
Brighton Beach Rac s.
New Yuuk, August l'J, The racing was
coutluued at Brighton Beach yesterday,
with a well tilled programme of six
first Hace for beaten horses, live
eighths miles Medus, lirst; Edwin A.,
second; Hostage, third. Time, 1:0111-1.
Second Hace for beaten horses, live
eighths mile:j Elcctriller, llrst; Columbia,
second; Live Oak, third. Time, 1 :00.
Third Hace for beaten horses, one
mile: Edwin A., first; Bed fox, second;
Jersey Maid, third. Time, 1:10.
fourth Hace Dwycr stakes for three-year-olds,
one and one eighth mile: King
Tom, llrst; Ligan, second; Eros, third.
Time, 1:0s 3-1.
Fifth Hace Handicap for all ages, one
aud ono quarter mi es: Tom Martin,
llrst; Ten Strike, second; TilforJ, third.
Time, 2:10 1-1.
Sixth Hace Maidens of all ages, three
quarters mile; Casino, tirst; Jane it's
Pride, second; Perilous, third. Time,
Chicago Rao -s.
Clin ago, III., August l'J. The racing
at the Driving Park yesterday was of a
first Hace One and one-eighth miles:
Ella Howett won; Idle Pat, second; Har
pooner, third, Time, l:5.s 3-4.
Second Hace Three-fourths mile heats,
for all ages : Nora M. won tho first heat,
und Alice tho second and third and tho
race. Time, 1:1 1-4 ; 1:14 H i; 1:171-1'.
Third Hace Ouo and one-sixteouth
miles: Buz Sudani won; Vcrgie Heme,
Second; Hevoke, third. Tii!fnl:00.
fourth Hace Three-fourths mile; Me-
Bowling won; Bell Boy, second; Hatef,
third. Time, 1:10 1-1.
PmiVIKENCE, H, I., August l'J. At
Narragausett Park yest.rday frank
Work's pair of horses, Edward and Swiv
eller, trotted agniust time for a purse of
f 1,000. Their old record was 3-4
und they trotted In 2:10 1-1. Thu first
quarter was made In 31 1-1 j tin half in
1:07 1-2; the third quarter In 1:12 1-2.
Johnny Murphy was the driver.
Race Between the Cruiser and the Viva.
Boston, Mass., August l'J. The first
of a series of races between thu New
York sloop Cruiser, and several of the
fastest sailing boats in Boston Harbor,
came off yesterday morning off City
Point, with P. Bond's cat boat "Viva."
The course was live and one half miles
long. The water was as smooth as glass,
and a light southwest breeze was blow
ing. The Cruiser lead nearly the whole
course, and wou live minutes and forty
seconds ahead of the "Viva," covering
the course lu 2h, lm, 2ils.
"Mi: and tub iltan."
Our General Lew Heard Frcm at Santa
Santa f e, . M., August IJ. General
Lew Wallace left Santa fe for home yes
terday. General Wallace expects to
start ou his return to his ollicial duties
at Constantinople about September 1, un
less upon his return to CrawforJsville,
I n d . , he should decide to remain at home
and canvass Indiana for Blaine and
Logan, lu which event he will tender his
resignation as Minister to Turkey. Ills
leisure hours are employed In his new
literary venture, to be entitled "Tho
Conquest of Constantinople."
Hot Weather and Drought.
CniCAiio, III., August l'J. Dispatches
are pouring lu to Board of Trade oper
ators from various points in Illinois,
Iowa and Wisconsin concerning tho
threatened damage to crops lu conse
quence of extreme heat and prolonged
drought. In this city lor the past few
days thu heat has been excessive, the
thermometer at times reaching ninety
live lu the shade.
Bias ed of Ilia Crim s.
Jekkekson City, M" , August l'J.
Governor Critteuden to-day commuted
the seuteuce of John Johns. u to a term
of imprlsoutnent expiring August IS,
1880. Johnson was convicted at tho Sep
tember Term, 10, of the Wright County
Circuit Court ol murder In tho llrst de
gree for killing Andrew Mahouy, and was
sentenced to the Penitentiary for fifteen
years. The pet tlou sets foith tht tho
killing resulted from Mahouy having
seduced Johnson's sister uud boasUd
Shot and Captured.
New York, August l'J, James Hender
son, who killed Policeman L "gun two
fears ago, was shot and captured by tho
police this morulng while robbing a
1'o.MKiioY, O., Anust 19, A Are yes-
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