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tmlhle torment, Neuralgia, To get rlti of this
warty room is the llrst business of all wUo suiter.
Atiilophouoh regenerates painful nerves,
and drives out Uio horrors ot Neuralgia.
ATHLOFitonofl gives health to lllieumutic
sufferers whom the most skillful uliyaleUin
havo nut beuu able to heal.
ATin.opiionn. operates mi the blond", nms
eles, aiiilJnliilH; and dissolving tho aclils that
cuuso ltlieuiuuUaui, rewuvus them from thu
ATjii.opuonns is pronounced by nil wlm
liav tried it an lufullihln siieeuhj for tht,v
Obstinate uud painful diseases.
Read the testimony of one of the
sufferers. David Little, Sum
ner, Benner Co., Iowa, writes:
",I im past 77 years of tiro, bavo had Uio RhaumaUHin
throe years aud eight uiontlm; loet ono-thirdof my
weight; could nut walk, but shuffled along uu
erutchewi could not sloop; ncrvua shattered, no
strength In my hands, wrists, know or feet. Hut
thanks be toUod for your great discovery I Thoniiu.
Iciue arrived Saturday night I took a dose Buuiiuy
morning, felt it all over we, and kept on with It
Monday morning I got up and drviwod myself, and
walked out into the kitchen without the aid of crut. h
or cane, aud wished them all a happy New Year. I rent
wull nights, am (ruining In atrenKth, and onco more
enjoy life. Winn I could put Atrlophohob in the
Land of every aufforer from tula terrible dlKcaue."
If you cannot got Atitlop noRdn of your itnunriKt,
wo will aend it express paid, on receipt of regular
price-one dollar jier bottle. We prefer that you buy
it from your druggtut, but if he hasn't it, do not Ihj
persuaded to try something elite, but order at onco
from ue aa directed.
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A UKjiKRAL BANKING BUSINBHS DONE.
Ktchange told and bought. Interest paid ii
the Savings Department. Collections made and
all business promptly attended to.
A w CD
CAIRO STAR LAUNDRY
I wonltl rospectfnlly annonnce to the cltlunni of
Calm, tha I nave opened aud am curry uc i n a
first cla-a laundrv tu the roar of Winter's block,
on Seventh Htreet. where I am pr -parcd to do II
kinds ot work in my line In a att trior and work
mati.'hlp siylo. drfylnn rmnpetltlon and at
reasor.a lo lltiures. All work cuarantetd, and
prompt payment tf aoy goodH are lost.
N. B Entrance to laundry, through, the private
entrance to the Wimor'0 Block. T il-8m
BclontincMlly DiscusHOil by Mora
bers of tlio Britluli Ab
sociation. Many Interesting Ptipors on Imnortaut
Subjuots by Mdii of Ai:kiiuwl
Me-tinR of the Hiitiali Ass.iciation tit
Montreal in Sections Grccly'a
Mnvriti'.ti., August ."J. - -Tint ilil'f.Ti'lit
seotiDlls of lite llntMi Assot latnin nu t
ut twelve o'o ock yestiTilay for tltu tr:t hm
ttctlon ot business. Section A The lnutli
einuticHl Bcctlou Met In Morrleo Hull,
Metiill College. Sir Win. Tlioinus tie
livered tils address, l'lipers wort) rend
by l'rofessor Reynolds on" The Action of
Lubricants and Kinetic Klmticlty," as II
liiMtratiii the mechanical tlieoiy ot heat,
l'rofessor Ramsay read u paper on
"Vapor Pressures of Substance In Liquid
ami Solid State at the SaineTvinpi rature ;"
J. L. IJottoinly, on the "Loss of
ltoat by ltidiiitlou, aud Connection,
as Affected by Dimensions
of Cooling llody, and on Vacuum;"
Sir Wm. Thompson, "(iyrostatic Work
ing Model of the Magnetic Compass;"
Admiral Daniel Annum, of the United
States Navy, "Recent linprovt incuts in
)u the Apparatus and Melltodsfor Souud
Ina Ocean Depths;" Professor Hillshaw,
"Certain Practical Applications of a New
Mechanical Principle;" Professor Win.
Lllcks, "Some Irregularities Depending
oil Temperature In liailey's Experiments
ou Mean Density of the Earth;" H. I.
Tliacker, "A New Cylindrical Slldo
Rule;" P. Burton, "An Account of Un
usual Colored Rows Observed in Fogs."
Section 15--Tho chemical science sec
tion met lu tho chemical class room lit
McUill College, l'rof. Roscoe delivered
tho address. Papers from Prof. Walcutt
Gibbs on "Complex Inorganic
Acids" were read. O. Vernor
llarcourt, M. A. uud P. R.
S., was tho author of a paper on "An
Example of Chemical Equilibrium."
II. U. Dixon, M. A., read a paper ou
"Experiment In Gaseous Combustion ;'
Prof. Llvering II. Dewurs, on "Spectto
scopic Studies of Explosions;" Prof.
Chandler Roberts, F. R. S., on "The
Diffusion of Metals;" Prof. E. Frank
land, 1). C. L., F. R. S., on "The Cheiui
leal Aspect of tho Storage of Enemy;"
Sir II. E. Roscoe, I.E. D , F. R. S., on
"The Dlauioudlferous Deposits of South
.Section C Geology, met in the lecture
room of Redpalh Museum. President
W. T. lllandford, F. R. S., delivered his
address, and papers were nad us fol
lows: liy Mr. Gilpin, F. R. S. C, In
ppector of Mines of Nova l-cotla, on "Re
sults of Past Experience in (io.cl Mining
lu Nova Scotia; a Comparison of Hie
Distinctive Features of the Nova Scolian
Coal Fields." II. A. Rudder, on "Tho
Coals of Canada; Rev. lloncynian, D. C.
L , F. R. S. C., ou "The ticology o Hali
fax Harbor; J. II. Pan ton, on "(iieau
lm;s from th. Outcrops of Siluriuii Strata
In the Red River Valley, Manitoba;" (i.
C. E. Brown, on "Aputlte Deposits of
the Province of Quebec;" Frank Adams,
"Geological Survey of Canada, ou tho oc
currenceol Norwegian Apatite." llringi r
on "Canada," with a few notes ou Micro
scopic Characters In Some Latin an Am
phiuolitcs; L. W. Bailey, M. A., F. R. S.
C, on "The Geological Survey of Canada
on the Arcadian Basin of American
Geology;" Prof. Claypole read a
pa.ier on the "Geological Survey of
Pi nnsylvatiia Before and After the
El vation of tho Appalachian Moun
tains." Section E Geography, met In the
Montreal Gymnasium. General Sir J.
11. Leroy delivered his residential ad
dress, aud papers were read ou tho lol
lowing subjects: By the President, a
communication ou "Joseph Thomson's
Recent Explorations in Eastern Airica;"
by tho President, a communication for
Sir John Kirk on Mr. J. II. Johnson's
"Kileinangaro Expedition;" by Cope
Whitehouse M. A., "Latest Re
searches lu Moerls Basin;" by
E. G. Ravensleln. "Maps of
Central Africa down to the Beginning of
the Seventeenth Century."
Section F Economy, Science and Sta
tistics, met InSyuod Hall. President Sir
R. Temple delivered bis address, and pa
pers were read by E. Atkinson, on "What
Makes tho Rate of Wages;" by Cunning
ham Stewart, ou "The Post-oilico and
Savings Bank ;" by Thomas D. Tines, on
"Dominion Savings Bank;" by W. A.
Douglas, on "Loan aud Savings Com
panies;" by J. Love, on "Population, Im
migration aud Pauperism lu tho Domin
ion of Canada;" by Mr. Wcstgarth, on
"British Empire in North America aud
Section G Mechanical Science, met lu
Congregational Co lege. President Sir
F. J. Branwell delivered his address, and
papers were road by Benj. B. Baker, on
"Tho Forth Bridge;" by J. Clark llawk
shaw, on the "Scverin Tunnel"; by W.
K. Mulr, on "Single Track Railways;"
by J. H.-Wllson, on "Tho American "Per
manent Way;" by Vernon II. Smith, on
"Tho Canadian Pacillc Railway."
Section II Anthropology, met In Wes
leyan College. Presl tent E. B. Taylor
delivered his address, and papers were
read by Prof. W. Boyd Dawklus on "The
range of the Eskimo in Space aud
Time;" by F. W. Putnam, ou "A notice of
the Exploration of a Group of Mounds In
Ohio," and by Major J. Powell, "Remarks
on a Classltlcatiou of North American Lan
guages. This put a period to tho day's
GltKELY TnK GUKST OF TUG ASSOCIATION
Lieutenant Grcely and wlfo arrived to
day. They were met at the station by
Captain Pirn, who accorded them a
hearty welcome. They drove to a hotel,
and shortly afterwards were waited
upon by a deputation from the
British Associatiou, aud conducted
to McGlll University. Lieutenant
Gree'y seemed suffering greatly from
the fatigno of the jonrney to this city.
Dr. ItuxtonGhlllotoe.of Eng. aud, enjoins
perfect quiet for a week. It is expected
that Greely will follow his advice. Dur
ing his stay In Montreal Greely will be
the guet of the associatiou.
When Greely entered he was immediate
ly surrontid. d and welcomed In an Im
rn sMw manner by Sir Henry Ltfroy.
bir H my suld he as well as al geograph
ers ami bcieniirlc tin u ot Great Britain aud
tho whole of Europe had followed with
neat interest the efforts made to relieve
Bis party, and balled with tho keenest
...mil -yj.ff, i,r,in. .a mm
d.-HgM their rescue Lieutenant (ireoly
lu reply, rent irl-t d that ho ws de Igltled
nt being Invited by tlto British Assoelil
t'ou and at attending, and only hoped ho
could (to more than ho would ho abio
to do. lie would, of course, connect
himself with Hie geographical section
prlnolpa'ly, and would conti llnilo some
of tho results of tho expedition. In
I reply to Sir lleitry'a inquiries, Lloutcn
nut Gristly slated that the nu teoio-
loulctl observations have not been re
duced. In uu animated maimer ho pro
ceeded to speak ol some of the work
dolio Ity tho expedition. Oue of tho
most Interesting results will bo a com
parison of tho swlrging of tlto
pendulum at the furtherest point north
rcuehed with that at Washington. II h ex
plained that although most ol their In
strum, ill hail to be abandoned, tho
pentniitnn apparatus, which weighed
n.nety pound, was brought back and
lias been sent to Washington, lie remarked
wit ti cv.oeiil pride that In- had told his
parly that the pendulum was a very Im
portant Instrument, but that If one man
o( tho twenty. live complained lie would
nbaudou It. N'ouo would hear to
this, ttnd a very Important com
parison Is thus made possible.
Speaking of observations of temperature,
bo stated that tho lowest temperature
ever recorded was that experienced In
February last, when tlto mean tempera
ture was lllly degrees below i to. After
a short stay Lieutenant Greely returned
to his hotel.
Klch But Unavailablo Plunder Left by
Lakaykiti:, 1ni., August 2'.!. Yester
day ufiemoon two boys found a mall
sack aud a largo uumber of opened let
ter lu a coruileld south of tho city.
The pouch proved to bo one that was
stolen from Lafayette Juuctlou tho ulghti
of August 15. Most of the letters wcro
postmarked, Toledo, Fort Wayne, and
points east on the Wabash Railway, and
were addressed to persons south of hero
along thu Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St.
Louis and Chicago Hallway. Tho mall
sacks nro changed from the Wabash to
tho "Uig Four" at this junction, and
this is the third time within two years
tli.it a pouch has been stolen at thu same
place. All the letters had been opened
and tho money taken. Drafts aud postal
orders aggregating about 910,000 were
left by tho thieves.
Fiendish Attempt to Wreck a Hallway
Gai.kna, Ii.i.., August 2D. A llendlsh
atlempt al train-wrecking was made
Wednesday night ou tho Illinois Central
Road lu this city. A heavy piece of cast
ing was placed in a frog on a railway
bridge and wedged Into it. Passenger
train No. 'S, which Is due tit 10:4i p. m.,
runs along tins part at a rather high rate
of speed. When it reached tho frog,
Engineer Meftraw felt the jar, aud think
ing he was off the track, reversed the en
gine and applied the breaks, stopping tho
train almost instantly.
An examination showed that the cast
I ni; had been shattered Into fragments,
but for which tho eniliio and nrobablv
' uouiknil ...i ,-.1 .ifi.ii ,1 1,-iir.t In.., it I h n i w ii u,. r
tlie bank. No damage was done, and llio
train proceeded ou Its way. This is the
second attempt to wreck trains in a simi
lar way ut tho same piuce. No clue to
the miscreants has been obtained.
C'A N A I I A N IMIKI'HM) KN C K.
The Growing Desire for S -parntion from
the Mother Country.
Toitovio, (Int., August 2'.). A move
ment has just been organized lu this clly
for thu purpose of propagating among
tho people ideas of Independence and
separation -from England. It Is called
tho Canadian National Association, aud
Its prime movers uie graduates and un
der graduates of Toronto University. It
already has a membership of- 3.0 lu tlio
conservative city of Toronto alone, and
branches are bolug established lu the
leading towns of tho province. This
movement Is coincidental with that of
several British statesmen In favor of thu
federation of the Empire. Tho Idea of
federating the Empire Is so intangible
that no basis of organization has as yet
been suggested. From what ono can
hear lu the country there Is no doubt
that there Is a deep seated desire for a
change. Everyone is looking to tho
Uuited States as tho only salvation.
THANK AV1LL GO.
For His Famous War Horses Must llavo
J KFFKRSOM ClTY, Mo., August 29. H.
II. Newman, Labor Commissioner, who
has just returned from Moberly, while
absent saw F. M. McLean, of tho Fair
Association, in regard to tho Frank James
visit to tho fair. President McLean
states that James had been invited to tho
fair by him to show his two war horses,
and there had been no idea of lionizing
him. "Now that thu howl of objection
to bis presence has been made," ho said,
"we intend to have him como anyway,
although I don't think ho would have ac
cepted our Invitation if ho had known
that it would have stirred up such agi
tation." James has been seen at his
home. He declines to discuss tho mat
ter, and says simply that h ) will fullIU
his promise to President McLean by tak
ing his horses to tho fair.
Ten Men Boasted to Death and Seven
Dkmvkr, Col., August 2'J. At 11:40
last night, near Greeley, on the Greeley,
Salt Lake & Pacific Road, the sleeper be
longing to tho Anglo-American circus, In
which scventy-flvo meu were sleeping
caught lire, and ten were burned up and
seveu seriously iujurcd. No names cati
The fire was caused by lighting the car
with a torch, from which sparks are sup
posed to have communicated with two
barrels of gasoline which exploded. The
train belonged to the circus, to tho fault
of whose management the accident Is due.
Tho rest of tho train was cut loose and
the burning of the one car Is the only
loss of property. The car did not leave
Will Meet in St. Louis.
Chicaoo, m.., August 23. The
eleventh annual meeting of tho National
Women's Christian Temierauoo Union
will be held at St. Louis October 23 to 2 .
It is expected States and Territories will
be represented by delegates from local
A MAD COMMUNITY.
Thirl y-Two Phi-hoii SI rlckon Down
Willi IUlnoH From Katunr
I DIhohh.nI Pork.
AWild Rich for Lifn Bidwi'Mt a Mid Multi
ami II h Utifoi'tiimiiii Owner -Saved
by a Miraislu.
Qiioer Aii in il Fond P'timishrd to tho
Ne;iot'a on mi Alabama
llyiliopbi liln K raor.l'nui v.
Kl'Ftl.A, Al.., August .'!.--Tho pi o.
pie in this neighborhood are In it state of
tremendous excitement over the whole
sale spread of hydrophobia oulhe planta
tion of Punch Doughtio. Dr. E. II.
Johnson has just returned from Mr.
Doughtie's plantation, where ho had been
summoned. He found thirty-two per
sons suffering with a disease which ho tit
oucc pronounced hydrophobia In a mild
form. All the sufferers aro negroes.
Three of I In in are desperately sick, ono
being In the throes of delirium aud so low
that the doctor says he Is liable lo die
ut any moment. More than three
weeks ago a hog bitten by a dog died ou
Mr. Diiughtle's pluitlatlon, and tlio car
cass was given to tho negroes to bo con
verted Into soap grease. Instead of util
izing It for this purpose, thirty-two ne
groes m the place ami In the neighbor
hood ale tlio llesh of tho hog. Mr.
Doughtio says that on July 2 ouu of his
dogs went mad and bit a mule aud sev
eral hogs. On August II! tho llrst hog
tiled, and was eaten Ity tho negroes. Two
more died on August i s, ono on Augu t
22 and oue on August 27, and all were
eaten except thu last, when tho par
takers ol tlio poisoned llesh be
camu sick. Tho niiilo exhibited signs
of madness on the nineteenth day alter
being bitten. Eleven days after the llrst
hog was eaten ten of thu negroes wcro
taken. Two days ugo another dog was
discovered to bo mad, and was killed af
ter having bitten a mule. Another dog
on tho lot Is now housed, and will be
experimented w ith for a cure. The dog
that bit tho mule aud hogs disappeared,
and tho whulo neighborhood Is lu terror
lest ho went am ng cattle and hogs
throughout iho place beloru dying. A
dozen out of the thlrly-lwo eat
ers of tho offeetud hogs aro
seriously sick, aud the developments
among the others are awaited Willi the
greatest iiilt rest. Dr. Johnston, an able
physician, says It Is a turrlble case and
that he feurs thu worst. He says that it
would not surprise him If the greater
number of thu thirty-two persons should
die. A few days ago Mr. Doughtio lode
out, al thu request, of a Held hand, to In
spect the condition ol ono ol
Ins mules, which was acting
Strang ly. On teaching the pas
ture where a dozen niiiies were, the
animal which Mr. Doughtio was riding
iicinhod, which attracted Hi - attention of
tlio other animals, and the sick o o par
ticularly, which Immediately rushed ou
lln: mule and rider, and seized the sadibe
of the animal with his teeth. Mr.
Douglitie dismounted a. id slice ciled lu
loosening Hie mad mule's hold; but no
sooner was thu done th in the infuriated
beast turned upon his owm-r, who
lied for his life, pursued by tlio
mule. There was a uesperatii race
of a quarter of a ml o llirotl h
undergrowth, and Mr Douglitie on y
saved himseif by dodging ar i ml sap
lings. A small stretch ol c earing Inter
vened bet vien the woo.is and Up: house,
uud the terrilled man t ok a lite and
death chance on making It. Before leav
ing the woods the nunc had bitten out a
piece of Mr. Di ughtle's coat, and whilu
maneuvering around tin; tree the animal
bit himself savagely In several places,
tearing out a mouthful of llesh taeli
time. Tho race for tho h mso was
a close one, and just as
Mr. Doughtio reached tho top of Iho
fence, tho mule overtook him, but In
stead of reaching his victim, struck his
head against a fence post in the wild rush
and was knocked senseless. Ttte inn o
was afterwards killed by Mr. Douglitie.
It is now reported that tho whole herd of
mules uro affected. Many of them have
leaped tho fences and will doubtless
spread tho disease among other animals
In the neighborhood. The community Is
at a loss ho w to arrest the disease.
M ATA M O It A S M ATT IS I W.
Official Changes Horses' Heads Where
Their Tails Ought to B '.
Matamoiias, Mkx., August 2'J. It Is
understood hero that Governor Cuellar
of this State (Tamaullpas) will bo ap
pointed Minister of War lu placo of Gen
eral Neranza, who goes us Governor to
the State of N ueva Leon. A number of
other important changes In Federal
olllcca throughout Northern Mexico aru
ou the point ot bolng announced.
A horse ruco near this city did not como
off yesterday for the reason that, as tho
track was laid out, ono way it pointed
toward tho houso of ono man who had a
horso In tho contest and tho other way
toward tho houso of his rival. Each
contestant thought his owu horso would
go better It run toward home, and each
wanted to begin tho raco at the other end
of the track. Several hundred peoplo
wltuessed the dispute.
HESTOItEI) TO I.IFK.
An Arkanoas Negro Resuscitated After
Littlk Rock, ArtK., August 2'J. Last
January, Jo. Bogard, a negro, outraged an
eleven-year-old girl, and on bis capturo
narrowly escaped lynching. lie was con
victed aud sentenced to bo hanged yes
terday. News reaches hero that tho ne
groes of tho vlclulty aro lutcnsoly excited
over the reported resuscitation of Bogard
after ho was cut down from tlio galiows.
It Is certain that his neck was not broken,
and that the body was delivered lo Bo
gnfd's father aud carted off In hasto.
Tho nog oes declare their belief that tho
man was brought back to life.
Tho Tallapoosa to Be Aalsed.
Brooklyn, N. Y., August 29. It Is
stated at tho Navy Yard to day that prep
arations aro belug made for raising tho
Government dispatch boat Tallapoosa.
Two hu ks are to bo anchored each stdo
of her, and thun divers 111 go down and
rnn ch Ids under her bottom, aud by
means of machinery these will be wouad
jpdjhe ship raised. . ..
i'.m: h i.i, iihicvi I ii'.s.
Scorn ol (lam-n l'l iV'i'l on Th lira day,
An .. nut UH,
New York. N.-w Yorks, 10 1 Clevo
Pin adelphlii, I'.i. Iluflalos, 7; Phila
delphia!, I) V'hlelies, 5; llrook. ,
lyn-, I. I
I I'l' -x i.leiiee. If. I. Providences. Ii :( 'III- t
:: s, I.
Il i I ni, Mas.--Hustons, II; Du
ISaliliiiiiiii, Md - lbillliiiores, ft; Met
ropollt ins, a Nationals, 12; Baltimore
I moils, n.
I. 'tllsviile, by. Lolllsvllles, 1 lu-dianapod-i,
Toledo, o. t lame prevented by lain,
t 'ollUlllin O. (1:11111! prevented by
i; i K iininl. Va.--.U!egl.cnys, ft; Vif
i in: ii ui'.
Itrttlbtiiil Hunch Kuuus.
Nicw YuiiK, August 2',i. Ou account of
the trotting at' Prospect Park, the attend
ance at Brighton Beach races yesterday
First Race Three-quarters inllo:
Mitrklaud, llrst; Manitoba, second;
Spartacus, third. Time, 1:17 tM.
Second Race -One and ouo-clghlh
mile; Edwin , , llrst; Jim Nelson, sec
ond. Time, ;ft:l 1-2.
Third Itace One ami one-quarter
miles: Arsenic, llrst; Levant, second;
Henry 11., third.. Time, 2:1,1 I I.
Fourth liace One mile ; l lorencn M.,
llrst; llullsliead, second; Casino, third.
Time, I :j I I.
Fifth liace - Seven-elghlhs mile: Per
ilous, llrst j Jennings, second; J. W.
While, thlnl. 1 line, I :,'I2 :i-l.
Sixth liace -Steeple chase over the full
course: t iipllau, llrst; George McCul
lough, second; Cyclone, third. Time,
Prospect I'ni k ltaeos.
Ni:w Yoitii, August 2'l. It w is a cold
day at tho Prospect Park Fair Grounds
yesterday for both of Mr. J. I. Case's
phenomenal trotters. Jay-Eyo-Sco and
1'hallas had been entered to trot against
Hum, Jay-Eye-See being backed beat
the 2:011 ll-l record of Man I S., and Phal
las being expected tu beat his own rec
ord ui 2:i:i :i I. Both failed, Jay
Eye Sou's fastest mile being 2 :,i-1 seconds
slower than thai of Maud S, and Phallus'
In st limo being ;!;:i-l second -i slower than
what, he tnailo at, Chicago. Tho reasons
given are various, but all ugicn that i(
the weather had been less cool uud hi e. .y
the pace would have been faster. There
was a Iresli wind Iroin the sea, wh e!i
caught the trotters ou ihu bat k
stretch, and it was uulicruhlo Hiat al: th:
skipping and breaking that occurred u t a
while tlio horse.. i Were netting to Iho
half-mile post. There were about fi,l)li)
people In ntteiiilance, and the scenes
about tlie grand stntnl were lull of ex
citement. Tim best p rlolliiaiic.e
of lln: day was in the second
quarter of Jay-Eyo-See's llrst heal,
whi.'h was 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 tl t fie ruin id 2:01.
I'liallas uas ,h veil mill Dave (lid ou
as a riimd i.: unite. II ; in tde the qil irti T
In Unit -Ic ; th . ha I In I :07 il I ; three-
pi -r.eis in III -i 1 1 -1 Hie nil e in 2:IH,'I I.
In ills re. .ii ) (rial I'll ibns went, to Im
iii u t - in ::.'. :i I ; Iml In I riS; thieu
q. inters In 1:111 I, an. I inl.e in 2 :2u I I.
I ll.li as' llisl. i,l em t W s soul wn.t
belli r, as no ill . the ipi li ter iii III II I ;
til ' Il ill mile III i:M; tlii . e-ipril let's 111
1 : 1- I -I, mill tin- ml el 2:17 1-2.
In the iiieanliim' .lay-Eye. Seo li-i. I been
glv n two or i Iii-. e preliminary "pi is as i
pil-e-t p. -ner, and when l,u was llialiy
se l oil In. g ve a hi.'iiuiiiU. cxiilniilon ui
speeil an. I l r ii. A l Hi-. ..ii' -iii.i.t tur
pom he wa . traveling ut th -rale
of u mile in ' : I:!; iu tin' Til I bis i; to
wis a mil in 2:0S 1-2, find at tlio throe
(pi, li ter at the rate of 2:1 1 I I. Tlio nolo
was III l ie I i 2:12 .'! I.
In the second trill , lav Eve-See went lo
the one-fourth in III: limb of milt: iu
1:01 1-1; the tlnvcfoiirllis in 1:27 1-2,
mi. I the mile in 2:12 1-2.
His iust h at wit made In the following
linns: One-foiirlli, lift I I; half mile,
1:01 1-1; thrce-foiirllis lu 1:10 I I; mile,
Til I It IV LIVES LOST.
Reported Sinking of tho Btenm T B ol
io out in tho Ohio R v r.
Cincinnati, O., August, 2'.). An Evans.
V il tu special, just received, says tho
transfer steamer Belmont, running be
tween Evausvlllo, and Henderson, Ky.,
sank In thu terrific storm tills morning
uud thirty lives wero lost. The boat was
owned In Cincinnati. Tho vessel sank
so quickly that before half the passengers
could bo taken off sho went dowu.
Honor to Tilden.
Nkw Yokk, Augnst 2'J. Tho Demo
cratic National Committee aro making
elaborate preparations for the presenta
tion to S. J. Tilden, ou September 3, of
tho resolutions of Ihu National Conven
tion. '1 lie National Commit leo and many
prominent Democrats will accompany to
Greystono the committee appointed by
tho Convention. Governor Albert of
New Jersey will make the presentation
A Freight Train Wrcek'til-Two Lives
DKCATt lt, Ii.i,., August 2,). Au open 1
switch at Ilarvel, on tho St. Louis Divis
ion of tho Wabash Boad, Wednesday
... ... . i .... nj . I
nigflt, wreCKeu ireigur. truiu io. o, uu
killed Engineer Henry Wurncck and
IIIOS. DOVIlll, DOlll Ol weiitiui. i:iiijr-
ono cars wont Into the ditch, luvo vlng n
loss to tho company of several thousand
Waylaid and Robbed.
Missot ui Vam.p.v, Ia., August 29. H.
C. Kodgers, a wealthy cattle raiser, while
riding alone two miles east of hero, was
suddenly set upon I y two well armed
men who h id been In ambush and rob
bed of S0O lu liuuey aud valuable
papcis and jewelry.
Will Attend tha Moberlv Convention.
I.NTtKPKNDHNCK, Mo., August 29.
Frank James lctt last evening to attend j
the lair at Plait-) City, Mo., aud will re.
linu ceil t a' lit
Can dt.itt; Couv.
mor ling. Ue has an
'.11 attend the U-publl-ti
SCalS. .IT vVolt.
WtiKCKaTKK, Mass., August 29 Mo
Kay dele:, ted Ilamm yesterday at Lake
(Julnslgamc-ad by two lengths.
IN THE PASTRY
Vniilllii.l.riimii.Oi.iiiitfo, mtc. luvnr Onkea,
I rritm., IVi.l, ii,,,,,. t ,..,, tl...lrl untl not
ui ally in (lie IVull I'm in ulileh lhi-y iirruailii,
10K STRKNGI'II ANI TRIE FRUIT
li-VYOR THEV STAND AL0SE.
Price Baking Powder Co.,
Chlcogo, III. Si. Louie, Mo.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Dr. Price's l.upuliii Wast Gems,
Ill-Hi Hi y Hop Vfit.l.
FOB OALS BX OICOCERO.
Wli JIAKK HUT 0NL! QUALITY.
ATTENTION, SMOKERS I
All rimtesliintii fir tho 2A premium airrofrat
Imr iilmve iiiniiillit, oll'tired by black welra Dur
ham Ii.I.iii i .i ( n., inimt olmervu the following
eonilii in ni, mi which tho pri'tnliiina are to bo
ii w hi l. il All Inies iiiiihI bear our original
nll I 'iirloiui IhIii I, II. H. Itevenne Htiiuip, and
I null, n V.I ire. Tho liaua must bo ilnnn up
aeeiu. lv In a niekii!ti with Inline ami ml. Iron
ol mauler an. I iniinlieroriiaKi eoiitiilueil plain
ly marked mi the iintxtiln. CliarKcn muni ho
,rt- ni i.l I'KutKliUifnNin'rmhnXh. All park.
Ar-i'K mIimiiI. I In. forwarded lleeeinlier 1st, anil
inn-t leiii-h u at Dnrliam nut lolrr Hum I'rrnn
hrrl. lh. No inuller wherit ynu realile, at'lld
y.iur piiel.ii.e. nilvlse lis t.y null 1 1 lull ynu luivi)
ilone mi. inn I t-l ul ! the number of Iiik Kent.
NiniieB i.l - 'Inl eontcKliints, wltli minilii.r
of Lin'.. I. Iiiini .l, will l.o pulilWheil, Dee. W. In
lli.iliili. Ihrnlil. New York, llrrnltl: Plillailel
iihla, 'oi". Durham, N. (!., VWrncci Hunt;
New i . Itoiris-. 7'in' fii Niiiri-iil,- Clnelnnutl, f a
il m ni . ti if i, Imtly Hewn; ynu Krunelaeo,
111. A. kWKI.I.'H IMUUIAM TolUll'O CO.,
Iieitiium, N. ('.
Kverv i!ennini. pitekano haa plfturn of Hull.
-Se.e our next amioun.'eii.ent.'
lUoolth nrifT Unnninooo
IIQUIlll UIIU IICipJIIICOO.
DO AS OTHERS
I Aro your Kitlnov'H diortlored?
j siiin.-v i in.. utiiii mi, irmii niv K'nv0
r. Wlr. H I UT 1 Jl.l.l li.ill l.l III, l.v II IH..I iloi't.
It In dull." 11. W. tluv.l am, UuelntlilL', JulllA, Mlotl.
Aro your nervoa wn,k?
J "Kt 'ii-V W lr-.-i initio,,, i hi', vn. . Hiilkn.M
nil. , I win, . , , . t.i i -... Mr.. M. U. U
in. ...miii, tu, uiri.tiiin ,1 .n.l.ir Clavrlauil, O,
L" tt . 11. .1. ..I . T: n
ii.ivo ion iXTirnm uiHuuaur
"l.l.limr W i i. ,r. 1 1 in ln-n nj Ujr uu Juat
ll.il IIU.1 Rll, fcltKII IIKH Ul'i.tll."
I'i inik WlUon, PalKxly, llaaa.
Suffering from Diabetes?
' KI.Iii.-t W'.-r, i:i lo. immt Kii.'i'i.NRriil rniinxlr I bara
i .Ti.r mum. uuvm annua, iiiiiiru:itu rtaifr."
Dr. l luillpu. liiuluU,M..nlttiQ, Vt.
ITavo you Livor Complaint?
' "klilnry-Wnit r.irnl ino ut tairunlu Lirnr liiMaava
ariur 1 iuti t.i iiif."
lliiiirjr tt.r.l, lata (VI. tilth Nut. Uuartl, N. T.
Is your I3ack lame and aohinpr?
"Kl.tni.y-Wnrt, il IsiUle) i-ui-f.il iu wtma 1 iuM
lauia I I...I tu run wit i.r I..-.I."
O. H. Tllmgn, Mllw.ukM, Wla.
Ilavo you Kidney Disoaae?
"Klilnif-W i.rt nmili, iim m.uii.t tit liver ami kldarT.
fli-r ynara i.f tiim.iiTr.Mful tlni-turlnir. lu wurth
IOabui."-Ham'l UodifOH, WUImmtuwu, M V.
Aro you ConstiDated?
"Kl'liii-y-Wurt raiimia f.a'y rvaeiiaUiirm andeurpd
mo aimr lo ytara um or otnor nn-iiii-iiitM."
hilion t mrclill.i, Ut. Altsuia, VI
ITavo you Malaria?
"KlilnfT-Wnrt h.u, .I... in b.u.T tlmn any other
rmuvuy i nave avur umth in my praeurr,.-
Di. IU, Clark, Suulb Hero, VI
Are you Bilious?
"KMnfiy W.irtlin. denenif, moro grnxl than W$
othur rviiiiMl I Iiuto aver taki-n."
lira. J. T. Ualluw ajr, Elk rial, Ortfon.
Aro you tormented with Piles?
"Klilni.y-Wort ;ifrmanrt curv.! m of blucdlng
pllua. Dr. W. ( Kline roi-innmoniti'il It to mn."
Uw. U. Hum, Ouhlur H. lluuk, Maratowa, Pa.
Are you Rhoumatism racked?
"Klilni.y-Wnrt ourpil inn, afti-r I wiw iilvon up to
dla l,y l.tiynlt'iaiii mm I nan min-i'irn inirty to
tlbrlJgs Jd.ilcolm, Wcntll.tli,
Ladies, are you suffering?
"Kiilni T-VViirt riimd mo of pi'diliar trouTile of
fvuriU yuarBHtAndlnir. Many friemla uaf) and pralaa
If you would Banish Disease
ana gain iieann, rake
Thi Blood Clcansir.
J j-jpS-H K"-!4-
i TMf poroua planter la
aloolul. ly lAe best trnr I
ri ute, cumbluliiif tha 1
uiui'i of hoa with
ruins, balaama and cx-1
tract. It- power la wonderful In earing dlaeaaeawoara
olhi-r pliurtora simply rtlloTe. Crick In the Back sad
N.-ck, Pain in tho Utile or Limbs, Still Joints and Masolaa.
Kidnny Trouhlei, kheuniatlsin, Neurajjls, Bora CesV
Atltxitlnna of tlio lloiirt and Lirer, and all pains or aches
In any part cured liutantly by the UapPLuttr trTry
A II II CI"- irtDoaScents or flo for ftoo.
LX IVl t Milled on rncoiet of prlt-o. Bold by
- I U UrupRlsta and outtntry storas.
IT1 A f If I Xil Platter Compoay,
Uni IX Proprietors, Bo. Urn, tluss
I y Fur ounmjiaUon, loss of appetite and illneasraof Ins
Viwels tnt Hivly's Stomach ami Mrf-r Pills. eenta.'
All EN T WANTED.
1 .Q r A ( TVlt .. INfONTITI
fjf.ltlV.VV ui, iv ax. Il I'lUtltaulov
BM.AKY AND COVIHIOS
In cotnl)l "tit lusliifps m rsiT'r for M. rltv (or
H ntldi Agfnc . I KM'' NM I ClMPSY.' bil
b na p a-1 ca : a inosot'i.'1 rvallo.g 'h" 1'els-ph-e.
V t,A.sH 1 t QUI HI) for ILKIO
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