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THE DAILY CAIRO
lIOrtK OP MARTYRS "
couUUns miniy frlKlit-
fUl Htorli'8 Of UlOBt ur-
I nizinif suireruur. jtui
liulliliur. either In storv
or picture, can bo moro UisirrBsrul than tin
sharp, severe, Bhootlinf pallia dully and nlKhllv
endured by those who aro martyrs to Unit most
terrible torment, Neuralgia, j'o get rlil of till .
martyrdom la Uie tlm buulueaa ol all who BUfi or.
ATJiLOPHonoa regenerates painful nerves,
and drives out tuoliorrurs ol Neuralgia,
Athlophoro8 gives health to llhcumatir
wifterers whom the most skillful pbyslelauv
liave not been able to UeaL
ATHLoritonos operates on the blood, nnw
cles, and Joints; and dissolving the acids that
cause KliciuuaUaui, removes Uieiu froui the
ATiiLornoR08 is pronounced hy nil who
have tried It an Infallible speclUo lor tuiwe
obstinate and painful diseases.
Read the testimony of one of the
sufferers. David Little, Sum
ner, Benner Co., Iowa, writes :
".I am put 77 years of age, have bad the IUieumatlwa
three jreari and eight nioutba; lotit one-third of my
weight; could not walk, but ahutUod alow? uu
crutchei; oould not Bleep ; nerve ahatterod, no
trenKth In my hands, wrists, knesa or feet Hut
thanks he toGod for your irreat discovery 1 The nii-ii.
iciue arrived Saturday night 1 took a doee Sunday
morning, felt it all over nie, and kept on with 1L
Monday momlnir I srot up and dressed myself, and
walked out into the kitchen without Die aid of cruh li
or cane, and wished them all a happy New Year. I rot
well nights, am gaining In atrength, and once mom
enjoy life. Wish I could put Athlophobob in the
handa of every sufferer from this terrible disease."
If you cannot get ATBLornoROsof your drugglct,
we will send It express paid, on receipt of regulur
priceone dollar per bottle. We prefer that you buy
it from your drngglat, but If be hasn't it, do not bo
lersuadcd to try something else, but order at ouco
from us as directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK,
mmiiiiiiiiimii . .....mm...
Q EOHGE IIAUHISON LEACH, M. I).
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention puldto the Homeopathic treat
mini of euruical diseases, and diseases of women
OKrIUK On 14th street, oppcBito Ibo Tost
office, Cairo, 111.
J)K. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, ELECTRO-VAPOR no MEDICATKll
A ,auy in attendance.
M. I1ARRELL, M. I).
OFFICE-East Sldi Coin mere nl below 8th St.
Culro - JUinoiH.
R. E, W. WHITLOCK,
Ornci No. 188 Commercial Avenne, between
KeMdand Ninth Streeu
PARSONS, M. O.,
OCULIST AND AUK I ST.
OFFICE tty Drug Storo, Carhondalo, 111.
RE CITY NATIONAL HANK.
t)f Cairo, Illinois
71 OHIO LEVEK.
CAPITA I.. 8100.000!
A Geueral Banking lUininess
ENTERPRISE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SA Vi XGS RA N II.
TfiOS. W. IIVTIJ.lDoV ,
bFXi jS; i iz
I'tMimiPicia'. Avenue and Eighth Sired
F. JJKOSS, President. I P. NFr Vice I'rc-'ni
11. WKLlS, Cashier. T. J. Kerth, Ass't caul
. BroM Cairo I William Klute.
rater NcIT " William Wolf.... "
(', M Oeterloh " I C. O. Patler "
K. A.Uuder " I II. Wells
J. V. Clemou, Caledoula.;
A. JEKRAL HANKING BUSINESS DONK.
blxohange sold and houirht. Intetu.t paid u
tho Savings Department. Collections made nn
all huatneM promjitlv attended to.
CAIRO STAR LAUNDRY
I would reapcctfulljr announce to the cltlzon ot
Cairo, that I have opened and ara carrying on a
first cla-s lanndrr in the rear of Winter'! Block,
on Seventh Street, where I am prepared to do nil
kindi of work In my line In a aunorinr and work
manship stylo, defying competition and at
reasonable flgnres. All work cnaranteed, and
prompt payment If any goods are lost.
. MARV HENNEI.T.
N. B Entrance to lanndry, throngh the private
entrance to the Winter's Block, 7-i4-3m
Dofaultltiff Tuymastor Owoa
Ilia Llfo to a Rusty
As Usual With Meu of His Ilk, Ho Toll
Very Sorry For His Grime, After
It Was Found Out.
Startling Developments of a Former
Lapse Committed Twenty-Five
Wii.KKSHAUitK, 1'a., August 30. Oil
Wednesday afternoon Samuel Roberts,
the defaulting payiiiastof of (.'has. l'ur
rlsh & Co., Hiiido a desperate attempt to
commit sulcldo by shooting. Strenuous
efforts liuvo beou made liy his friends to
keep the matter (Ulut. I.ato on Wednes
day alteruoou, ufter an Interview with
Mr. l'arrl.sh, Mr. Roberts entered tils
room In the otlleo of tho Lehigh & Wilkes
liarre Coal Company. Two clerks wore
In tliu room. Koberts seemed excited
and nervous. Ho usked one of tho clerks
to reach him a revolver which lay In
one of the desks. Not knowing anything
of the defalcation, and believing that Mr
Roberts lutcudud merely to take the pistol
away, tho young man handed him tho
weapon when placing the inu..lu to tho
side of his head Roberts attempted to
pull tho trigger, but tho pistol had been
lying unused for a long limo and had
grown rusty. The chambers would not
revolve readily and tho trigger resisted
the attempt to pull It. lleioro Roberts
could make another effort the clerk sprang
toward him ami seizing his arm wrenched
the pistol away. Mr. Roberts was
taken home in a prostrated condition, and
has not left the house since. To-day ho
transferred to Mr. l'arrish a large quan
tity ol household furnituro aud personal
property valued at 10,000.
The particulars of his defalcation of
twenty-one years ago, are now known.
Ho was then bookkeeper for tho Crane
Iron Company at Cataquay, and was dis
covered to bo short in his accounts of a
largo amount. On the discovery of his
peculations he lied to Wales. Ills father-in-law
McKlusley, a wealthy man, set
tled tho matter for him. He returned to
this couutry and soon after entered the
employ of tno Lehigh &Wllkcsbarro Coal
Company. There is nn Imprcsslou
abroad that the defalcation has been under-estimated.
Mr. Roberts has now
transferred property of an aggregate
value of nearly $'J0,000to Mr. l'arrlsh. In
addition to buying all this ho has within
the past few years spent enormous sums,
for which ho lias nothlug to chow. Those
in possession of the facts, however, will
not divulgo them.
CELlSlllLiVTINU Tllli OCCASION.
How the Roughs of Berry Entertained
the BaptiBt Association.
Cyntiiiana, Ky., August 30. Tho Bap
tist Association of this District Is now In
session at Berry, a small vlllngo near this
cltv. It Is tho custom ot tho inhabitants
ol tha aforesaid villago to always have a
good timo when anything liko this occurs
within Its limits. Thursday afternoon
tho music began in earnest by Steve Quiu
shooting Dick Williams. It seems that
these two men had some words about a
woman, and Williams, desirous of re
venge, hunted Quiu up, aud began to
throw rocks at him. Quin answered by
puiling a revolver and snooting him
through tho thigh, lulllcting a very pain
Yesterday, whllo tho banquet was being
partaken of, Jim Barlow and James Rich
ardson eutcred the grounds and began
flourishing their pistols around In a very
lively manner, frightening tho ladies away
and otherwise making all tho disturbance
possible. Barlow has been amusing him
boH for the past several days with just
this kind of a racket. Ail parties con
cerned wero arrested.
Exit of a Prominent Citizen of Noma
NortiusTOWN, Pa., August 30. Colonel
Thomas Blake, a wealthy and well-known
tltizen of this place, left homo Wednes
day last with tho expressed Intention of
going to Frankford to draw souio money
from tho Frankford Bank, and nothing has
been heard of him since. Ex-Rcglstcr of
Wills Warren E. Barnes, a brothcr-lu-law
ol Blako has mado diligent
search among tho missing man's rela
tives In Philadelphia, but no traco has
been found of his probablo whereabouts.
It could not bo learned definitely that
ho had ever taken the cars for Phila
delphia, lie had not called at tho
Frankford bank. Tho missing man is
of strictly tcniperato and moral habits,
without a taint of Insanity In his veins,
and bis absence from homo Is enveloped
In the deepest mystery.
Woman iyuffrage and the Course of Ire
land. New York, August 30. Mrs. Clcmcnco
S. Losler, M. D., Chairman of tho Wo
man Suffrago party, and Mr. Hamilton
Wilcox, Chairman of the State Executive
Committee, called on Messrs. Sexton
and Redmond this morning on board tho
Alaska, as they wero about to sail for
Ireland, and requested tbetu to convey
to tho Irish party In tho Houso of Com
mons the warmest thanks of American
woman suffragists for that party's sup
port of tho suffrage, and assurances of
American suffragists' sympathy with tho
cause of Ireland. Sexton returned thanks
for tiro call and promised to convey tho
message, and stated that it Is quite true
that the Irish party favors woman suf
frage. Mrs. Parnell confirmed this,
stating that sho and her son warmly
sympathize with the suffrage movomcnt.
She will attend the Woman's Suffrago
State Convention at Buffalo in October
See Where the Conquering Heroes: Coma.
St. Loui9, Mo., August 80. The train
bearing the Treadway Reserves from
Louisville arrived at the Union Depot at
11 :55 this morning three hours late. The
boys are woll pleased over the reception
they met with in Louisville, and, of
course, are highly elated at their carry,
log off the prize. Captain C. D. Comfort
laid that he could not be better satisfied
with the drill if ho had had it all his own
wy. The average was 079, or nearly
rtnety-dglkt per cent., which Is the high
CAIRO, ILL., SUNDAY MORN I NO, AlKJUST ,l UH.k
est scoro on rocord. Tho board of judges
from tho regular army gavo It as their
opinion that they had never eeon a
better drill In tho courso of their
experience. With regard to tho
protest which had been prepared by throo
of tho Southern companies' who wero dls
HiitlHtled with tho decision, Captain Com
fort said that after some discussion It
was coucluded to withdraw It. Before,
departing from Louisville last evening a
champagiio supper was given to tho Re
serves by a local restaurateur, which was
tho occasion of tho delay. Tho company
formed on tho depot platform and
marched in lllo up Twelfth etrccton tholr
way to the Armory, bearing tho prl.u
wllh them. This evening Dwlght Tred
way will give them a supper lit honor of
ItKSTlNM AT HOMK.
Splendid Reception Cttven to Sergeant
Sr. Maisvh, ()., August 30. Lust night
was Indeed a gala night, gotton up In
honor of Sergeant Julius Frederics, ono
of tho survivors ol tho Greoly expedition.
Frederics was born and raised within
threo miles of this place and left hero
thirteen years ago for tho West. Hear
ing of the tireely expedition ho hasteued
back to Washington and enlistod for tho
purpose of assisting in tho expedition.
Tho reception, held at tho Dicker House,
was attended by tliu cllto of the town. His
stay will tie prolonged as it is coudilclvo
to his health, which Is Improving dally.
Sonutor Pendleton's Opinion
Butler and St. John.
Cincinnati, 0., August 30. Senator
Pendleton has partially recovered from a
serious attack of buy fever. Iu an Inter
view on tho political situation ho
says: "lam now going to work for tho
Democratic ticket and liavo made several
engagements to speak already. I think
liuller is playlug bis own personal game
aud has no objection by doing
so to assist Blalno. Tho St. John
movement Is moro organized aud formid
able than It ever was before, aud is fast
assuming a shapo which will command
more respect. I do not think, howovor,
tho prohibition movement will ever bo
successful. I am in favor of a Uconso
system. Tho Democracy has not tho
money or other resources for a protracted
campaign, but it will bo pretty vigorous
when It commences."
Frank Jamas and the Rapublloan Con
vention. Moiii'uly, Md., August 30. Sinco It
has becomo known that Major Warner,
Chairman of tho Republican State Coutral
Committee, has called tho committee to
assemble at Jefforson City on Scptcnibor
li, the Republicans of this district feci lu
Hulted, particularly becauso tho promt
neut Democrats of Moberly aro prepared
to throw their doors open to tho dele
gates. Frank James will be here, and so
will tho convention, . notwithstanding
this strenuous "kick" on tho part of tho
(llobc-Dtiiwcrat aud tho faction which at
llrst opposed the selection of Moborly as
a suitable place for holding the Conven
tion. Oood Work by a Brave OrHoer.
Font Smith, Auk., August 80. Buck
Bruner, tho Creek dosporado, was billed
by Deputy Marshal Bass Reeves a few
days ago on the Canadian River In tho
Creek Nation. Reeves had warrants for
Buck aud John Ilruner for horse stealing,
but not knowing the parties or country,
and wanting guides, employed these
men. At noon they camped, ami while
getting dinner Reeves noticed John
Bruner stealthily drawing a pistol ,
whereupon ho grabbed Bruuer's pistol
with ouo hand and with tho other drew
his own. Buck Bruner then drew his
pistol, but without releasing John's pis
tol Reeves shot Buck dead, then ironed
John, with whom ho arrived to-day.
Turns Parson and Bobs the
Nashville, Tunx., August 30. Tho
Rev. C. II. Moore, a well-known Baptist
preacher of Madlsou County, was ar
rested yesterday charged with stealing
8(5,200 In gold from Mrs. Fuller, a widow
lady who had raised hiin. Tho sum of
$15,100 was found In his possession when
arrested. Mrs. Fuller gavo Moore :'00
and let him make his escape, and hu left
last night for parts unknown. Ho Is a
married man with a family, and has been
well respected heretofore.
A New York Central Ticket Agent does
Niagara Falls, N. Y., August 30. J.
W. Trott, Now York Central Ticket Agent
at Cataract House, disappeared yesterday
afternoon and It is thought ho has gouo
to Canada. Ills accounts aro now under
examination. It is not known how largo
a dctlclt there is, though It Is thought It
will reach Into tho thousands. Mr.
Trott was well known at tho Falls, hav
ing always lived hero. He went lu good
society aud was generally respected.
Turns Thief and Joins the Circle In
New York, August 30. Frank J. Moore,
who for the past five years has been tho
confidential clerk and principal salesman
for the coffee Importing firm of John C.
Lloyd & Co., No. 101 Front street, has,
It is alleged, absconded with funds be
longing to the firm, variously estimated
at from $3,000 to 810,000, and gone to
Canada to join the American group of de
faulters. Moore is twenty-threo years
old, and resides In Lafayette, N. J., where
ho was tho pet of society.
The Leading Oitiaea Gone.
Galveston, Tex., August 30. John
Scaly, ex-President ot tho Gulf, Colorado
& Santa Fo Railroad, died suddenly at
his residence iu this city lost evening,
aged sixty-threo, from heart disease, su
perinduced by the recent removal of a
carbunclo from tho nape of his
neck. Scaly has been regarded as tho
leading cltrxen of Galveston since the
death ot Ges. Ball, who was one of tho
three original founders of the well known
banking house of Boil, Hu tellings & Co.
Ho leaves a widow and three children.
Perished In the Woods.
SiiEi.nYvixi.ic, III., August 30. Con
siderable excitement was occasioned here
by tho finding ot tho dead body of John
I ulo Layman in a forest tan miles south ot
town. He was reported lost a few days
ago, but It was thought he was still alive.
An Inquest showed that he had caton
some doImmmw bentes awl Jutatperlf bed
ftlonrra H tmxmu.
BEATEN BY WOMEN.
How n Couplo or Kentucky Anm
eona Paid For Tholr
Tbo Now Way of Iliisiup; tho Wiml Prac
ticed by a Texas Marshal aud
His Gang Takoti Iu.
Fugitive Convicts Man's Inhumanity
Ab.lucted 1 1 im Own Child
Baaten By Woliinil.
I.i i.,ni, Ky., August HO. About
two o'clock Thursday ufteruoou I'liiie
Andy Arnold, about eighty years old, was
out hunting for milch cows. They wero
iu the habit of not coming up of evutilngs
us they littd previously been doing, aud
upon an Investigation Arnold found that
a couple of women living by themselves
where the cows wero lu the habit of feed
ing dining the day wero milking them.
Ho warned them to stop it or ho would
prosecute them. Thoy did not seem to
think in mil about It, but treated tho obi
man rather klmlly;aiHltnvltcd!!ilin In out of
tho ruin, but upon entering tliu door lUto
Bullock, one of tlio womuil, dealt the old
man a blow on l lie head with a chair,
knocking him senseless to tho Moor.
F.llen McNeely, the other woman, then
dealt lilm several blows upon his fore
head, In li I h fiK'o and on his breast, In
lllcllng several very dangerous wouuils,
which will probably prove fatal. Tlio
women are in jail.
Too 13. id 1'or Iluniflnir.
Dai.i.ah, Tkx., August ao. A (iroes
beck special says: Yesterday Sheriff
Jackson, accompanied by Dopullcs Me
Lollau and Todd, brought from Kossn
Tony Crowell, Kd Crowell, Bob Robert
son and U. P. Price, charged with put
ting obstructions upon the track of the
Houston & Texas Central Railroad. Tho
obstructions were horses and mules lied
upon the track to bo killed by tlio ears,
and for which claims wero to bu made at
ouco. Tony Crowell Is tho Marshal of
Kosso and Constable of preiiuct No. 5 lu
Limestone County. Tho Central Railway
has been for a long time greatly harassed
by this gang; also by numerous prairie
fires and claims for damagu by overllow.
Tho preliminary examination of the pris
oners is set for Wednesday next.
Winchester, Ky., August !!(), Ureal
excitement prevails hero from tho fact
that six of the escaped convicts havo
been seen in a cornlleld In tlio suburb
of the city. A posso ot citizens, headml
by James II. Evans, ex-Sheriff, havo 3 nut
gone out after thorn. The convicts wero
soen by a butcher, who conversed with
them, and signs havo been seen In an
outhouse whera thoy camped lust night.
One of the convicts attacked a guntloman
on tlio street last night.
Man's Inhumanity to Man.
Little Koi k, Auk., August ;10. The
committee appointed by the court to in
vestigate the treatment of prisoners at
1 ho Convict Labor Farm have reported.
Tho testimony obtained showed that tlio
prisoners are poorly fed, Insulllclently
clothed, and lull 11 manly punished by
whipping. The eoiiimiiteo recommend
that tlio contract be declared forfeited
mid annulled at once.
Abducted Ilia Own Child.
G11KKNVIM.K, Iu.., August 30. lien,
(iarlund, a worthless wretch, whoso wlfo
left him about a year ago, taking her two
children with her, has been hanging
around for several days, trying to get lier
to llvo with him again, and threatening
to steal one of her children If slio re
fused. She paid no attention to his
threats, but during her absence, Garland
went to the house, carried away their
three-year-old boy and has not been seen
since. Mrs. Garland Is a very worthy
lady, and Is quite anxious to gain posses
sion ot the child.
The Now York State Oreonback-Laboi
New York, August 30. Tho Stalo Con
vention of tho National Greenback Labor
party opened In Masonic Tempio at
eleven o'clock this morning. Tho meet
ing was formally called to order by
Gcorgo O. Jones, chairman of tho State
Central Commltteo. At that time about
ouo hundred delegates wero In the hall,
besides half as many spectators. Mr.
Jones, In his address, said:
I'dUiw Dekuatr, ami LiKltoi anil flimtli mni:
The National party met at IiKllaniipulls ami
noinliialoil lis Its tlilnl rmuinlatu lor Presi
dent (leneral IJ. V. llutler I0111I iiilimn ,
mill General A. A. West, of Mislssiil, lor
Vieo-PrOrtlilent. I Apiiliiusn. I Two 111IIII1111
yoiiiiK men who are iiliout to east, their tlr-t
Vote, are eflnoelully Invited to vote Willi n,
not as Nori hern men, not as Southern men,
hut. us eiti.ens of the 1 jnlel 811110-1, who irai - j
lieully Ueslro to prosorvo anil advance tlie In- 1
t crest 8 of the whole country. Appliiusc.l
TIiohu who run tlio (lovcrnnicnt now liuvo 1
robbed tlio fanners out ol' f w,ini,ikhi and lit
liorliiK men out of 1,ihh),(mmsm) by the pmetieu
of systems most obnoxious and injurious.
Mr. Jones then proceeded to arraign
tho llepubllcan party for Its misdeeds,
and repeated tho views ho has expressed
so many times before. The Speaker
said tho Democratic party has beon in
consistent In its money principles; and
addod that It would be uusate to trust
that party with power, "Time Is dissolv
ing old parties" said Mr. Joues and tlio
time Is coming when a party shill bo
placed In power that will put In circula
tion money enough, applause On tlio
labor question Jones said both tho Demo
cratic and llepubllcan parties mado
worklngmen slaves, and It depends upon
themsolves to free themselves. The Na
tional party represents the advancing
civilization of this age. It. was organ
ized to promote tho welfare'of labor; to
ropeal all laws that rnako tho rjcli
richer and tho poor poorer; to establish;
justice; to restoro harmony and frater
nity among all American citizens; to con
trol all corporations In tho Interest of tho
pooplo; to savo tho public land for actual
settlers; and above all, to enforce the
doctrlno that a sulUclent volumo of num.
ey shall bo Issued by the Government for
legitimate purposes to enable the peoplo
to do their business on a casu oasis.
Tho National Greenback party holds
that until such conditions prevail all en
terprise, property and labor must remain
n slavery tg, the. money lenders. You
- "" --1, 1- -.I. -
have mado this lon: and Weary cam
paign i you havo borne tho brunt of rldi
I'lilo and iilniso until Urn epithet ot
"Kag llaliy" aud "Itepudlator" Is n
longer utiered In connection with your
tiaine. V011 now stand before tha world,
backed by tho highest judicial authority,
as the acknowledged champion of consti- 1
1 11 1 10 mil law. Hut your work Is not end
ed. Attacks from without have failed to
discourage or defeat you. Tho dangers
which now HiivHl.cn may come from with
in. Therefore, tho necessity of preserv
ing your organl.iittou Willi Its distinct
principles ot progress aud liberty, until
they become tho Hxcit and final policy
ot 1 ho (ioveinmotit. I l.oud applause, j
Mr. Jones then nominated II. Aldeia
Spinner, of New York, temporary chair
man, mid he was unantmoiiHly elected,
John J. Il.icru, of lilmlra, and U. JL
Wullo, of Albany, were elected temporary
Tho ConinilUei) on Credentials was
mado up of one delegate from each Con
Mr. Slu-ppard said ho was with tho Na
tional party lu In Its opposition to ma
chine polities, and believed tho Govern
incut was only the agent for tlio distribu
tion ot money. Ho advised Greenback
crs, Aiill-Mouopolbt mid laborer to
iiullo with groat energy, and it thoy were
not successful this year they would
havo a iwod chance for victory
four years hence. f Applause.
Ho said he had voted
the Democratic tickut many Jyoars, but
could not remain 1 11 a parly which al
lowed the National Convenlleu to bo
controlled by such an alliance as that be.
twoeu Senators Itanium, of Connecticut,
and Payne, ot Ohio, with Jay Gould and
inon like him. Nor could ho approve of
Hlaiiie, who was always tlm friend of
corporate monopolies I Loud Applause.
Albert J. (iruculand, of Now York,
next spoke, lie favored National rail
roads, and In fact taking of all possible
monopolistic powers out of tho hands of
Professor Ctisluuan, ot Now York, sang
a campaign song entitled " Turn tho Uns
eals Out." Tho Heniluient of tho ploco
was In effect that llutler was the man to
"turn tho rascals out." The delegates
arose en masse and cheered for liuller
und West lustily.
C. I Ooilerlcli, of Orange County, next
mado a llvo minutes speech. Ho pro
posed threo cheers for tho "noblest man
who ever walked God's foot
Htool," Wuiidell Phillips. Hu said
that almost tho last words of Wendell
Phillips were In praise of llutler. Loud
applause. He pronounced tho assertion
that liuller could nut bo elected tt He.
Hp his way, Dedoiich continued, the
bono and sinew ot Hi 1 community was for
llutler, and the air was tullol Greenback
ism and mitl-monopoly.
J. ilalght, ol Kings County, said ho In
tended to vote lor tho real soldier ticket
General llutler aud General West.
BASIS IIA1.L BICEVITUW.
Score, of Oum 1'Uyod on Friday,
Toledo, . Tolodos, 5; St. Louts, 0.
Providence, li. I. Providences, 7; Do
Columbus, O. Columbus, fij Clncln
Games at llrooklyn, N. Y, lilchinond,
Yo., aud Iloston, Mass., prevented by
Pittsburgh, Pa. St. Louis Unions, J;
Flltiburgli Unions, - ,
Cincinnati, O. Cincinnati Unions, l)j
Kansas City Unions, L
St. Paul, Minn. Minneapolis, 7; St.
i'oi.iipo, (),, August :IU, -Postponed
game played tills morning resulted, Tolo
dos, 5; St. Louis, I.
'i ii k 'n:iti
BrUliton Benoli Kacns.
Voiik, August 30. Vesterday was
(ho lllty-llist day of the racing seasou at
P.rlgliloti ISeaek, und, notwithstanding
tho Inclement weather, there was 11 good
Plrst Uice Maldi'ii two-year-olds,
tliree-iiurtcrs inLn: lloimlu llouelie,
llrst; Ma Chere, second; Coplin, third.
Time, 1 :L'I.
Second Kice Selling race, 0110 mile:
Polonla, llrst; lluulottc, second j Carrie
Stewart, third. Time, lil7 3-t.
Third liaee Handicap, one and one
eighth miles: Pellowplay, llrst; Dank,
second; Lutestring, third. Time,
Fourth Uaco ConsoIatlon-wcc, ono
and one-eighth miles: Little Dan, llrst;
loo .Mitchell, second; Ada, third. Time,
I'iftli Race Maidens of all ago, three
quarters mile: Audacity, llrst; Solitaire,
second; Nellie Gleuuou, third. Time,
The sixtli race was not run on account
of tho muddy state of the track.
IIaimkohk, Conn., August 30. All
events of the third and fourth days of tlio
Charter Oak meeting aro declared off.
The track is muddy and deep, and tho
only trotting to-day will bo tho finish ot
the 2:25 race, two heats ot which George
A., the favorite, won Thursday after
noon. Stolen Stamps.
r.MPiiitiA, Kas., August yo.-Tho Tost
olllce at this place was broken open at
threo o'clock this morning and robbed of
111! lu currency and 50,000 two-cent
stamps, Tho thieves effected an
cntranco through a rear window
and began operations on the safe. They
must have come lu early In the night, as
tho safe shows signs of the most elaborato
handling previous to tlio shock, which
,.,.o,-r,.,l at about tho hour limned. Sev
eral persons wero partially awakened by
tliu noise, but tho robbers mado good
their escapo without attracting atteu
tlon. Yellow Favor In New York.
New Youk, August 30. A posltlvo and
unmlstakablo case of yellow fever was
discovered In this city on Wednesday
morning. Tho patient, a sailor, whoso
name and residence aro unknown, (lied In
tho Now York Hospital, as was at first
mpposed of typhoid lover, but later an
autopsy being mado Dr. l'eabody pro
nouueed It a caso of yellow lever with
all tho post mortem evidences of tho dis
ease present In tbo organs.
Havana, August 30. Tho steamer City
of Merlda, which took flro In the harbor
yesterday, was completely destroy wm.
Its cargo of 1,400 bales of hemp, lo.OOO
In Bltw from Vera Crnz, 91 bala ot to
btoco tad CS7 bags ot sugar.
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