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CAU10, ILL., I'M DA V JIOItNINCI, AUGUST i litl.
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HOOK OF MARTYRS"
contains muiiy frintr
ful Modes of most, uko-
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; .i"'-'"'"! ' a" u more uiNirt-HWui tuiin tint
I .uuK'Z'll' Hhoo,.1"K lams dally ami ulKhtlv
"rr?i7?.by tll0NU wllu af" "rtyrH to mat must
,m 0Unwl'' Nfuralnlii. To K-t rM of tins
warty rdoiu la the first business ol uU who suuer.
ATHLorrroROH regenerates painful nerves,
auU drives out Uio liorrora ol wuuralk'ia.
ATHtoPnoRos pivca health to Khcumatie
f Ufit-rcrH whom the mont Hkllllul tibysieliius
uavo Lot been able to lieoL
Athlopuouos operates on the blood, mus
cft'H, and joint ; ahd dlssolvlni? the acids that
cause Jtueuwatlaw, rcuioveu thein from mo
Atolopiioros in pronounced by all who
have trif(j it an InfalUbio HiiecMc lor tlw
otMlnute and painful dlneasea.
Head the testimony of one of the
sufferers. David Little, Sum
ner, Benner Co., Iowa, writes:
"I im put 77 foam of tin, have had tfie Itheumatiiua
Uitm years and eixut utonUii; lout one-third of my
WeWht; couMyiot walk, but lliUfflol alowr ou
crulebon; could not aluep; tifrvee shattered, no
strmitrth In my hands, wriirt, kutm or Jwt. Uut
thank lUOod for yourimiat discovery! Th(n d.
lcltje arrived Haturday idtfht. 1 took i doeo HuinUy
ni'TuinK, felt U all over me, and kept on with it.
Monday morniwr I (Pit ui and dreemsi myself, and
walled out Into the alk hen without the aid of emu h
or cane, and winhod them all a happy New Year. 1 imt
well luVhte, ani tniuing lu Strcnirth, and onco mr.ni
enjoy Ufo. Viifh I onuld put AniLOPHOaoH In thu
handd of eTcry sufferer from thia terrible (Unease."
If you cannot (ret ATiiLOinonoei.f your dniyiriiit.
we will send it eiprri paid, on receipt of rwiUar
price-one duUar perrbottle. We prefer that you bu y
tt from your drUKKbit, but If he haunt it, do not t
fereuaded to try aomcUwitf eltc, but order at one
front us as directed.
ITH10PH0R0S CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
EOItfiE HAUUUON LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attuutlnn paid to the Homeopathic treat
imiiiof Hurniciil dismal's, and dUeuies of women
OFrK'K on Ulh utrect, fppct:tu tLe Poet
office, Cairo, 111.
J )K. J. E. STKON'O,
129 CttminiTfial Ave, Cairo, 111.
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tfulro - IIMiiciIk.
J-)IL B W. WHITLQCK,
nrrid-No. 1S6 Commercial Avenno, boiwoen
Kill t a and Ninth Htreeta
JJ G. PAUSONS, M. O.,
OCULIST AND AUIMST.
OFFICE Ity Driii! Store, Carbonlnie, II!.
rjMIE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of t "uiro, I lliuoiM.
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JNTEKriU.SE SAVINCr HA NIC
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS ft A.N K.
(lunu'i'cial Avenue and Ki?hth Streti
r". HHOSS. I'reKident.
II. KI.LS, C'aehier.
P. NSKF, Vice l'rei'nt
T. J. Kertb, AcK't cimh
K. Bron Cairo I William Kldt,u. .C.iri.
IVterNeir " I William Wolf.... "
(', M OnterloU " I CO. l'atler "
h. A. Under " 11. Wolln '
J. V. Clemion, Caledonia.;
A tKSEK.T UANKINU IlL'SINBs8 DON K.
KxchaiiL'') fold andboilnht. Interurt pull U
I'm Savin n Department. Collect ions made ami
all hn hI nnfs promptly attended tc.
CAIRO STAIl LAUNDRY
I wonld rMpcctfully annonnca to tho cltlKonn of
CBlro.tliatlnavo openod and ant carrying on a
flrat clai laundry in the roar of Winter's llloclc,
on 8onth Htroot, where I am prepared to do all
kinds of work In mr lino in a superior and work
maushto itylu, defylnK competition and at
reaionablo finnros. All worlc suarantutd, aud
prompt payment II any goods are Inst.
v n v . . , , MAKY IIKNNBLV.
N. D Entrance to laundry, Uiiouuu tho nrlvato
ontranco to tho Winter's Uloek. 7 ii"jm
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s mi a h 3p
2 tS&ol IX WC rr' J
i'lio I'onsiunlnL' of Dlaablod Unlou
Soldlora by tho Oovornmont
And Luaviug the Giillant Kuighta of the
Lost Causo to Provide for Their
Own Widows and Orphans.
Letter of Jeff Davis to An "Annual Meet
ing of Confederate Soldiers'' at
Atlanta, fit., Augint 28. Tho Con
fodtrato soldiers cl Monroj County have
juSt flulshed a reunion at which the
memories of tlio war were freely Inter
chaugeiJ. Amou tho iutl'leuU was tho
reuOlug ol u letter from Ji.fferson DavU,
In which he compluluecl of the pensiuiiln
of Federal soldiers aa a dhscrluiination.
He ?ays: "The unuunl meeting of the old
Coufederate so'dlers, hoth pleasant and
useful In iUelf as reviving memories
over which disaster could brln no
cloud of shame, aud .serving to
teach the rising generation the truths
for .which you so nobly struggled, Is con
cocted by you with the b';neiieent pur
peso of relieving your needy and suffer
ing comrades and protecting the orphans
of those who saorillced their lives In the
effort to maintain the State sovereignty
won by Georgia lu the war of the revolu
tion. Though the States aro ugaln re
united, aud all contribute to till the
Treasury of th'j General U'JWernineut, the
funds collected are only appropriated to
provide for the ex-soldier of the
Nortnera States. The .southern sol
dier, disabled In war, and the widows
and orphans of those who died can only
hopo fur relief from a second tax, which
may be vouutanly paid by tho people fur
whom they fought and who suffered with
them. It Is not tho least of your meri
torious manifestations that you meet this
discrimination without complaint and
braco yourselves tu bear this double bur
den with no 111 feeling to tho Government
tot this offensive favoritism. True, under
ail the severo trials to which you are
subjected, It Is equally honorable to you
that you havo accepted the consequences
of defeat and thereafter gone shoulder tu
shoulder with all who are striving to tie
cure the welfare, promote the prosperity
aud preserve the honor of a common
country, l'lcaac present tu the mem!. -rs
of your association the sincere regards
and best wishes, with which I am, ever
faithfully your friend,
SjgnedJ jKH i:it-ij. Davis.
AKKJ.STK1) TOll lUd.VMY,
A Girl of Many Lovers and Two Hus
band. Boston, Mass., August Si. Kite
Dunn, a pretty an! well-developed girl
of seventeeu, was arrested jostjrday oa
the chargo of bigamy, tho girl's mother
being the informant. When Kate was
ten years old her parents removed from
Churlottetowa to Halifax. Four years
later hho becamo 'acquainted with Geo.
Mel'o.iald, of Summeralde, aud they were
tnurrled. They did not livo happily to
gether aud utter livo months parted.
Not long after she became Infatuated
with a young man named Maynard, and
after keeping company with him three
months they wero separated owing to his
being transferred with his regiment to
England. Subsequently she becamo ac
quainted In Halifax w.th Wm. bannister,
a harness cleaner.
Two years ago she and her mother re
moved to Farmingbam, Mass. The lovers
kept up a correspondence aud she induced
liaunister to come to iioston. Five
weeks after her departure he came
hero, and they agreed to get married,
liaunister heard that his intended had
kept compiuy with other parties and
asked if there was any truth iu the
story, she denied it, and on Saturday
last they were married. The mother
learning of the wedding, came to Iioston
and Informed the police. This morning
tho girl was arrested for bigamy.
Beport of the Chief of the Bureau of
Washington, I). C, August S3. Dr.
Salmon, Chief of tho Bureau of Animal
Industry, has submitted a report to the
Commissioner of Agriculture relative to
tho investigation of pleuropneumonia
among tho cattle lu Illinois. He has
found eight cases in the vicinity of Chi
cago; two near Sterling; four near Peo
ria; ouo near Spriugtield; two near Vir
ginia and one near Jacksonville.
A number of reported cases have
not yet becu traced. Dr. Salmon
further says: "It la Impossible for mo
to get experienced men to assist mo
without moviug them away from New
York and Brooklyn, and this I do not
want to do until absolutely necessary.
M.on who havo had no experience with
plcuro-pneumonia would bo useless.
Illinois has good laws and a State Veter
inarian, and the Governor will issuo a
proclamation on the subject, and direct
tho isolation of infected herds and thu
slaughter of diseased animals. I shall
soon direct my attention to other States.
Iowa, Missouri and Kentucky havo re
ceived animals from tho infected parts.
I telegraphed the Governor of Kentucky
a few days ago in regard to thu animals
that went there. Wo havo not been ablo
to decide which of the animals Urought It
to tho Virginia sale, but .ouo that
canio from Dye of Ohio, was
sick, with inflammation of tho lungs,
supposed at the time to. havo
beoQ the result of exposure This Is
roost likely tho origin of tho dlscaso, and
li tho suspicion provo cofrcct, it makes
tho matter still nioro serious. Dyo Is tho
most extensive speculator In Jersey cows
In (ho country, and has sent cattle to.
nearly every herd In tho West. If his
herd Is Infected, .tho dlscaso must havo
boon spread to nearly every StMo lu tho
Union, i shall Investigate this matter
aa on aa poBsiblo, and If tho, Infection
Is traced to Ohio, l shall need all my men
that will come. 1 should consider this a
lost resort. In tbo meantime I shall In
dulge tho bono that this will not prove
HI will say positively that this dlseaso
la neither tho result of scrofula nor 'ex
poauro to Inclement weather or Eke
mums. It Is a cwtaglous plouro-pneumonia,
and I am just m certain of It as
I am that such a dlscaso exists. "
Acting CouiiBtasioacr Carman has re
firm to Import a number of Jersey cattlo
for exhibition at tho New Orleans Ex
position. How Pit uio-Pnoumouia Was Sriread.
Chicago, III., August Si. The Umd
i:r'.i :i(ii: will to-morrow publish the
results of its Investigation as to tho dis
tribution of cuttle sold by a man named
Epler last winter from whicfi it Is sup
posed tho recent cases of pleuro-pneu-luonla
originated. Purchases wero made
at that salu by M. G. Clark, of Geneva,
Illinois, D. 11. and S. S. Tripp, of Peoria,
Peter Vates, of Springfield, Frank Gaston,
of Normal, Pevls, of Virginia, Illinois,
and Iiawlings, of Jacksonville.
From these the Infection was carried to
tho herd of Ketfer at Sterllnir, M., John
Poyd atKlmhurst, and ). J. liailey at Pe
oria. In all these herdsiherc were sick
ness and thirty-two animals died or bad
been killed because affected with pleuro
pneumonia. Of those which died before
the Infection was made public tho disease
was variously stated as severe cold,
pneumonia, plcuro-pucuraonla, lockjaw,
and hepltizatlon of tho luutrs.
Maiii.ni:, III., August 2S. Tho Texas
fever continues unabated, having made
Its appearance lu several ucw herds sioce
Its first outbreak. Tho southern cattlo,
through which tho diseaso Is supposed
to havo been brought here, havo so far
been free from Its attacks. F'armers are
much alarmed, as many valuable cows
are daily falling victims to this fatal
HASH II A LI. UniiVl'l'llii.
Scoro of Games Flayed on Wodneslay,
Pittsburgh, Pa. St. Louis Unions, 11;
Pittsburgh Unions, 10.
New York. New York.s, 9; Cleve
Cincinnati, O. Indianapolis, 0; On
Louisville, Ky. Loulsvitles, 5; Co
Philadelphia, Pa. BuSalos, 2; Phila
delphia, 0 Uhletios, 13; Brook
Providence, II. I, Providences, S; Chi
Boston, Mass. Bostous, 5; Dc
Baltimore, Md. Baltimore, 5; Met
liichmond, Va. Virginias, 7; Alle
Boston, Mass. Boston Unions, 7; Wil
Kausas City, Mo. Cincinnati Unions,
C; Kansas City9, 0.
Brighton Boach Races.
.'i.w Yui:k, August Si. Tho Brighton
Beach Races were continued yesterday.
There was a largo attendance, and the
six events were hotly contested.
First Pace Fcr beaten horses, three
quarter mile: Ben Thompson, first;
Colonel Morris, second; Harriet, third.
Time, 1:1- 3-4.
Second Bacc Selling allowances, ono
and one quarter miles: Llgan, first;
Jim Carlisle, socond; Tony Foster, third.
Time, S:13 1-8.
Third Pace Iron Tier handicap, mile:
Little F'rcd, llrst; Marsh liedon, second;
Lady Loud, third. Time, 1:13 1-4.
Fourth Rice Handicap, one and ono
eighth miles: Miss Brewster, llrst;
Barney, second, Topsy, third. Time,
Fifth liaco Maidens, seven-eighth
mile: Adonis, first; Janett's Pride,
second; Yorktown, third. Time, 1:33 1-4.
Sixth Bace Handicap hurdle race,
one and one-half miles: Bally, llrst;
Campanini, second; Puritan, th rd. Time,
IIaiuforp, Con.n., August 2i. Yes
teiday was tho best openlug day lu the
circuit, according to horsemen who have
attended tho races, live thousand persons
at least being present. The track was
in splendid condition, but the time was
Maud S. arrived here this uoou In good
condition. Just before tho llrst heat in
the 2:17 pacing race was called, there
was a collision above tho grand stand
between George G., driven by McCarthy,
and Princess, driven by Golden. McCar
thy was coming down tho track to get
position for the start, and Golden was
going up on tho same errand at
a swift pace. The Princess
shaft pierced tho breast of George G,
entering his heart, the horses, drivers
and sulkies went down In a heap. The
sulkies were smashed and Mc
Carthy's anklo was badly sprained, but
Gordon was not injured. George G got
on his feet, walked a few yards, then
dropped and died. He was bored Im
mediately la sight of the audience.
Princess had her spine dislocated so
badly as to parallzc her hindquarters and
she must die Good judges valued the
marc at 3,500, and the gelding at 2,500.
The 10,000 purse will bo trotted for to
day. SUM MAKY.
In the 2:20 class, 1,000, divided: Kiug
Wilkes won; Judge Davis, second; But
terfly third. Best time, 2:21 3-4.
In tho 2:2S class, 1,000, divided:
Young Ballowon; Llllle Dale, secoud;
Bellashackett, third. Best time, 2:25.
In the 2 : 1 7 pacing class, ? 1 ,000, divided ;
uuilnlshcd: Loreno won two heats aud
Bessie M. ono heat. Best time 2:20 3-4.
Tho live-mile running raco between
Myrtle Peek and Mine. Marantcllo was
won by tho former lu 10:41 1-2.
Saratoga, N. Y., August 28. Thero
was a largo attendance with tho track iii
fair condition and the weather clear.
First ltaeo Purso 500 for maiden
threo-ycar-okis ; ono mile ; livo starters :
Boreas won: Chinook, secoud; Norcna,
third. Time, 1:45 1-2. Mutuals paid
Second liaco Free handicap sweep
stakes; 700 added; 15-8 miles: Sov
erign Pat, won; Freda, secoud; Glcn
iirm, third. Time, 2;G3 1-2. MutuaU
Third Pace Freo handicap sweep
stakes; ono mile aud a furlong: Won
by Euclid; Easter, second ; Sbouaaclaah,
third. Time, 1:58 1-2, Mutuals paid.
Sauatooa, N. Y., August 28. Tho
Rlloy-Ton Ejrck sculling raoa wm again
jKMtpooad yesterday ormooount of roogh
dcm of (ho water. Tho nrco wtjf be
f la. J1 -"'-9 'if' ,r"- ,,
Tho Oundidako of tho AnU-Sooi-ot
Socioty Party Withdraws In
Favor of St. John.
Letter to tho lw York " World " Defining
Mr. Blaiatj's Connection With
Cleveland's Regrets Blaine's Relative
Opening the Campaign in Illinois
Washington, D. c., August 28. Mr.
Edwlu D. Bailey, Secretary of tho Na
tional Committee of tho American party
("anti-secret society"), said kxst night
ex-Sen:itor S. C. Pomeroy, who was
nominated lor President at tho Conven
tion held In Chicago June 20 and SI, will
withdraw in favor of St. John. When
the Convention was lu session St. John's
name was prominently meutloued. It
was thought, however, that his nomina
tion would prevent his nomination by
the Prohibition party, and without that
nomination the American party did not
desiro his name at the head of their
ticket. Next to St. John, Pomeroy was
tho choice lialicy savs ho was nominat
ed with the understanding that if St.
Johu was nominated at Pittsburgh ho
would withdraw iu his favor. The Na
tional Committee ol the American party
will meet la September, when their can
didate will recommend the vote of tho
party be glveu to St. John. The with
drawal la favor of St. Johu, it is csitmat
ed will give him 40,000 votes through
the American party.
New York, August Si. The World to
day publishes tho following:
Editoi: Would: You have recently
published several articles purporting, to
be from miners employed in the mines of
the West Virginia Central and Pittsburgh
Bailway Company, which are gross mis
representations. I feel sure you would
not knowingly lend your paper to partt
who would misrepresent a company en
gaged In developing the resources
of the country. In theso articles
referenco Is made to Mr. Blaine. Mr.
Blaine has interest in our company and
is one of Its directors, but ho has
never had a word to say about the em
ployment or wages of the men. A largo
majority of the olllccrs, including myself,
are Democrats, and support Governor
.Cleveland. Among our directors arc
lion. Wm. II. Barnum and Hon. A. P.
Gorman. We belicvo the meo, especially
our mirrors, are receiving the best wages
of any persons enged in tho mluing of
coal. This is not in the iuterest of any
candidate, but la written to correct mis
statements which I think Injurious to our
company. Yours, respectfully,
II. G. Davis, President.
Piedmont, W. Va., August SO.
Nkw Vouk, August Si. The Executive
Committee of tho Irish National League
met last night. A letter was read from
Daniel S. Lamont, Secretary to Grovcr
Cleveland, lu which he expressed the re
grets of the Governor at his inability to
attend the reception to Messrs. Sexton
and Redmond utChickerlngllall to-night,
and expressed tho Presidential caudl
date's sympathy with tho object of that
Leavkn woin ii, Kas., August 23. Tho
Democratic Congressional Convention
for the First District met here to-day
aud nominated Thomas P. Feulon, of
Leavenworth, for Congress, against E. N.
Morrill, tho present incumbent aud Re
publican nominee. This is tho closest
district in the 'State, the Republican ma
jority being 1,000, and tho Democrats
will make a strong effort to carry it.
Fenlon is related to James G. Blaine by
marriage, his sister being tho wife of
Major Jack Blaine, brother of tho Repub
Bloomi.ngto.v, III., August 28. Four
years ago in this city tho Republicans
held one of the largest and most cuthu
siastlc political mass meetings held iu
Illinois during tho campaign. This
meeting was followed soon afterwards by
the Democrats, who had a meeting about
as successful as the Republicans. This
morning C. D. Myers, Chairman of the
Republican Committee of this city, re
ceived a letter from Long Jones, Chair
man of the Republican State Central
Committee, saying to prepare for another
pow-wow aud the best talent in tho coun
try would be sent to address the meeting.
The Democrats will follow, as they did
Rspublican Bolters' Convontion.
Santa Fe, N. M., August 28.-Tho Re
publican bolters from the regular Terri
torial Convention adjourned sine die yes
terday, after nominating W. L. Ryncrson
for delegate. Prince's friends Jecl sure
of victory, notwithstanding the split.
Tho bolters adopted a platform denounc
ing the administration of public affairs
iu New Mexico and calliair on Conaress
k to investigate all departments of the lo
KiUed-An Indian Re
Ottawa, Ont , August 28. Advices
from British Columbia stato that several
encounters have taken place oa the main
land between Indians and Chiuaruan. A
few days since one'of the lattes was mur
dered bjr Indians noar Lilioout, and rob
bed of a largo quantity of gold dust.
Tho Indians say that If the Dominion
Government does not drive thorn out of
tho country they will do so. Tho China
men are dairy crossing over Into tho
United States territory where thoy get
employment gathering ftta bop crop.
It la belfewl hero that X.ols Roll,
wax) lod tho Bad Rrm ruballtoo. ta M70,
Ueodaavorlag to I noire tho aall-braadfl
toaaMlhot oprbHag. Ha hadUrltfbn
raCMarfaoMOday bafo nnrasrs- wm
teat oat jtmoM-ttra twTsO. ttrsCbn
to drnnand 5oq76U
loo. Chiefs Big Bear and Lucky Man at
onco joined tho other chiefs in the move
ment, and wero ordered to report to Roll
at onco for Instruction.). Should their
mission fall, Big Bear will r luwtog.j
on the reserve unless t jUI to do so by
C.tMiiiL'LLsvii.Li:, Ky., August 28.
Tuesday night Special Bailiff Kelly, and
Witkins, Deputy United States Marshal,
went to the head of Stevens' Creek, lu
this county, to arrost Poly Chlsholmn,
charged with running a moonshine dis
tillery. They arrived at Chlsholin's
house at twelve o'clock, atul knocking at
the door Informed him that they had a
writ for him, and demanded his surren
der. This he refused, saying hi
would bu arrested by no d u ma .
He opened tho door and pohtodi double
barreled gun at tho ullk-ers. The gu.i
was Immediately grabbed ly K;y, and a
strugglo ensued, (lining which bot? par
rels of tho gnu w. v i di.-ch iii.'-' I. I ii'iie
d lately after ChUlio.iu i lire I at Kel y
with a revolver, ;.:lliettug a sight wound
ou tho top of the head, t iii-tio'mii th u
rushed by the oili xrs .vi.i il.d to tho
Woik.o,- for ia P):ta'.t.
Nkw YoitK, Au;,ut Ji CuiMiwr I! bi;i
Insou of I.un . I .an I Ct, h d a c o:isu -tatlonto-di,
w.th (,r n r L.vy, of tul-J
city, In regard to .irh r a.'J jii In x
burning the body o. ; v v.iw. Henry, a ptr
mlt to do so having oeci refined at Gov
ernors' Island. Currier I. -vy s u I : "We
scut Miss BucJ; a letter I r':ty and de
manded legal evidence of h'i' i'cluii.):;shi;)
with Henry. We w a.:t h'T; t go before
a County Ju lg.: a id sun I us her uflMav.l,
also the aflidav't -f some ropectalne
people of Lincoln. NVb., wh h.ivekuow i
Iier aud can cslio.ish nor i I u t ty. Ijo
ulllctavit she sei.t 1 1 O .to nor Uobinso'i,
was very loose. y dr.av.i up, an I c:itiie.y
too ludetluite. After w. r.-ci-.ve h' r r-piy
we will havo iiiu Ii.t co'if.-renve w.th
Perry, aud I don't thiiu lu will tii-n re
fuse tho permit. It Ik- shuuH 'o so, we
will send a cointnuiiic.ition to the War
Department at Washington.
This Look L:k) UuTinPss.
Brooklyn, N. Y., August Si. An
ganizatioa has been formed In tho cily
something similar to th it of thj Citizens'
Temperance Leag ic, but tli -y do not pr
po3o to proceed iu the same manner.
There arc about 1,000 low gi ggctbs an I
"bucket shops" lu tho cily, and these
they propose tosuppress. A. itln.se places
sell liquors which an known to be adul
terated with some poison. The organi
zation proposes to bring thjse cases di
rectly before the Grand Jury, uuder sec
tion S'.t, chapter 028, o the .aws of 157,
which provides that all per-ous selling
Intoxicating liquors or wines adulterated
w ith drugs or any poisonou ; hurediouls
sha'l bo declared guilty of a misdemeanor
and be f unishedby Imprisonment in the
1'eniteutlary or jail for a ti rm of threo
months, and be lined 100 each. Captain
Cotter, whq has takeu aa active part iu
the temperance movements in Brooklyn
has been requested by the organization to
take charge of its affairs.
D sperata Fight With Colored Burglars.
Jackson vi .lb, I'll., August 28. John
Kennedy, a merchants' policeman, dis
covered two negro burglars forcing an
entrance to the rear of the Athennjum at
one o'clock Wednesday morning. In at
tempting to arrest them several shots
were exchanged without taking eftct.
Tho policeman, however succeed
ed iu catching one of them
when a scuilio ensued. Kennedy
struck the villain over the head with his
revolver and the burglar stabbed him sev
eral times aud then escaped. Kennedy is
badly wounded, and fears aro enter
tained that ho can not recover. Yester
day two negroes wero artvsted, giving
their names as Johnson and Monroe Rich
ards. Tho oilicer's revolver was found
on the former and a knife with blood ou
it ou the latter. Both are iu jail.
S'.orey Doclurod a DistraoioJ Porscn.
Chicago, III., August 28. Tao Storey
case was resumed to-d iy. A great d al
of testimony was t:i!;e i, t ie i:mt Im
portant being thii, of the phy ilei.ris wh i
were recently a.qiuintcl to cximl.io
Storey at his house. At lit I f past t,v lve
the case was i.-eu to tit- j ny, win,
after an absence ui th!,t; m uit.is re
turned a verdict t th." off -ci ih ,t Storey
is a distracted p tsom, i.ic i,a :j 't m 1 1
aglng or control bg his estate, ami that
ho has been b Mich eond ti.m tor an u i
known peri. I ici.r i th: da'.e. T.u
question cf th; v.ioinlu) -tit of ac r:
scrvator of the est-.t-: w.is th-m ta e.i u;.
The selection Wi.l p. jb.i'.!y be mi !: this
UOASTE!) TO 1K M il.
A Wabash E t .'inoer an l Fireman
K'llleii iu a Wreck-.
Sr. Lous, Mo , Aumist 28. Inform i
tlou reached th; city to-day that a mis
placed switch ditched a eiUe train on
the Wabash last ti ght at II nnibal, ti'ty
miles out. The tigim er wn ro tated to
death underneath hi t engine, and the II re
man instantly ki led. It is suspreted t'u
switch was maliciously misplaced. The
morning trains were delayed three hours
by tho accident.
Murdered Hir BiVr.n.
Cincinnati, ., August 23. About
leven this morning a lad while fishl.i
t tho second pier of tao bridge ou tin
Newport side of tho river, was .startle I
upon looking up to sec a woman throw a
parcel over tho bridge which turned sev
eral times lu Us descent before striking
tho rocks doso to where he was stand
ing. The package burst, and exposed a
pair of little twin babes, which wero
crushed out of all shape from tho force
with which they had struck the rocks.
Tho woman escaped, and has not yet been
Will Jtuet All Demands.
WAsmxoroN, I). C, August 23. Tho
Acting, Comptroller of the Curroncy has
received a telegram from Bauk Examiner
Ellis, stating that the Xenla, 0., Second
Satiouol Bauk win probably be able to
neet all demands npon It. Tbora appar
ent); la uo necessity for the appointment
of a receiver.
LaxtTrWrON,, Ky., August 28. A lead
iDffoatirro cf the Pair ywtonlay was ths
MrKUra fraiit. racing slew, tnclad-
IntrVrtfrfUnntnuiil. Haurv-O'VftUoos, KInir
bamLSsps, King Alfonw, UTrnyar aod
TEST YOUR BAKING- POWDER TO-DAY!
limn.!. aitTertlieU at abtolntHy para
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,.V, C".f '''P down on a liot (.,v. until hratd,tlioa
rumor thB,...vt,rn,l imall. A rhomi.t will nut ba tZ
qmrua to dutwit th prawuca of amivuiia.
DOES NOT CONTAIN AMMONIA.
ITS l(EUTlim,KSS IHS NEVER BltiD Ql SSTIOHD.
In a pilllttin home, for a quarter of a canturr It has
llUw'J tho couyiimera' rollalilo tent,
THE TESTOFTHE CVEH.
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Tlio il nnHl, mnil ilrlldau, m l oalurtl fla.or know., ud
Dr. Price's bpulin Yeast Gims
rur tigni, siiiiiv lirfnil. The neat Dry Hop
Yciirt In Iho World.
FOR SALE BY GROCERS.
CHICAGO. . ST. LOUIo.
All eoniestiuits for the 25 premiums aggregat
iiiK ve ami .tint, oflered by lllaokwclrs TJur
Intin Tu! iieen Co., intiiT observe tho fnllowinif
cniidiliuiin on which the premiums are to bo
wiiril' d: All Imps must bear our nrlginul
Hull I'nrlifiiu label, V. 8. Kevenno .Stamp, and
CaHtii'ii Nulii e. The bacs must lo done up
securely in a paekitKe with name and address
of wider, ami number of bags contained plain
ly marked on the outside. Charges nniHt bo
prepui I. Ci nlrst closet November S'M. Allpack
suc.s ulionld be forwarded December 1st, and
nil. t reach n at lmrlmm io( (u(fr thun Decern
ber lfth. No iinater where ynit raldo, send
5 our packnee, inlvim us by mail Unit you have
ime so. ami state tho number of bans sent.
NnmeR iil Mn ci ssfnl contestant, with number
of bat", returned, will republished, lee. 'J, In
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hiii. Inn': IHirham, N. 0., TWinero 1nnt;
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F"?ery genuine package has picture nf Bull.
j-t'oo our nezt announcement.'
Liver and Kidney Eemedr.
I f'-impoiliiileii fc-om the well known
Curatives Hops, Malt, Buehii, Jlan-
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nourish, strenprthen and quiet
tho Nrous System.
An a Tonlo they 'have no Equal.
i.oio none uuu iiups anil null uittorx.
rcf? SAL.E BY ALL DEALERS
Hops and Malt Bitters Co. I
Ek ncartacha and rellcre all th troublea Incl.
dent tu a biJioUBwtatn of the aystim.sucli as Dl.
rine-BjNatioea, Drowsima, Distn after eating;,
T ninths Side, Ac. Whilo their most rematfc
a jlo suces has been shown In caring
v.Uual.lo in t'oneiipntion, curing and presenting
this auuoyin complaint, whilo they also correcl
all dimnlers of tho stomach, stimulate the liver
uu regulate the bowels. Kvcn U they only cuxvd
Ache f hry would bcalmost priceless to thoii h
(nil'' r from this distreKuniR complaint; but forta
li.itoly their goodness iloea not end hire, and those
w ho onco try thera will find these little pllla Tala.
aMe In fo many ways that thoy wlllnot be wUiio
to do without uicm. tut after all lick head
Is the nsno of so many lives that hero It where w
nmko our prcat boatU Cur pula cure It while
farter's Little Liver riiH are very mnali ana
Onifrr two pills make dose.
They are strictly vet;
eu riiblo aud- do not ,
bio aud. do not sripe or
purge, nut iv
tluir getitlo action plraso
line them, in vials at.'5 cents? five for li.
hy drUL-L'Uta everywhere, ox swn.t by maJ.
CAIITEK MEDICINE CO .Ifeif Fork
i0 00 PKK 3IONTH!
fjOtlV.UU yAAUV AND COMM188ION
to rnmnrtnt liunluess m.inacer for this city (or
KatWrnVr: KKSHONSlbLR COM FAN Y, bus
InaiM D'actirallf a monopoly, rivalling the Tele-
KaMPLEoLTFIT. STAIXb-UOODS. Nobouds,
No farticulars address, with reference.
21 East Uth St., New York City.