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CAIRO, IU,., Kill DAY MOIiXIXG, AUGUST 1, USJil.
Tlie llev. J. E. Soarles, of New York, is
one of the inntit widely-known and highly
c-steemcd of Methodist ministers.
Mr. S.r!i iyn- " I am limres-,l that it is a duty
I -mi. ti iliiwi utllii'ti'it ith fai. iiiijatinu irr Ni'iirnl.
Kia, to my tlmt remedy I,;u4 U en diwuvered that u
lii'ltf't a inarvf'lutii mii'Comh. My nun wwi yreuily
nlUi.'ti'.l wiili Itjii'Uiuutlf in, utid mifterod hoNiveriiy
Hint, at tniii-H, tin wu il,lirf,-d to liavf ruoridiiiio iti.
Jn ted iut'i ttiM arm to ifet r-li;f. While in Urn. -.,n.
ilitioii Iih diitiured a remedy which etlec-ted innm--tuatu
relief, aiida i-emiaiienteiire. Hit ha Kiii' t ur-lu-tind
it toii.aiiy other with the mine riiilt. 1 h,io
mIii fiiriiwlw-il il to a numtier i.f -,-r-oi,n .infem:
with Ulieilliiullhin, and tlmpillt han been lmiuedluln
rvlief, aii'l a iTniaiieiit eure. Amoinr other, I uuve it
t'llli'V. Win. 1' Corlut, I'lmtur il tlwOwirirv Kt. M I
Chureli, New HavMi.c ''Hiii.,tnanHiitlcn!ikrifr. atiy
itii tin ti-rniilH iiiMtaMt. I will mui yu hi own
word ai written to my Hon, wndiiiv him to puMi-ii
tin- fart for thn UiieUt of other, aiilluiiiatf with In
huuui dinuux'. "
Wbut Mr. Torhit Sara:
" New Haven, .tn'r 24 l'V
"Mr. Kearirs: D.arHir:-! wih to hay f.rtln- l.-n.
Mil of all who are nutferihif with Inflammatory lili.ii.
Iiiatli-ru, tliat o:ir mi .hi-ine i lntnim,;,,. 1 h.iil, i.- l
for two month the unmt ncnu-iatiiiif tortiiru ; livt
"ii iKjunita of fl.fh.ai.d as Lot nut of my hoii.e f.,r
month ; I heard of your remedy, and a almost
liu.Uhtlyp-li.-n-d by it. I! tJi'Teiai,riti,,f,,riliit.
tarn of any kind, yournmoHtu rUu.iy in f,,r IiJUiit-mumi-v
ltliHiiiiiatim in itKnevvrwt form.
" Your mrt p -j.i--tfiilly, W-.I. 1'. CoiiniT,
I'&Uii Uvorvo st. SI. E. Church, -V llaicu, Cum."
Such is Atiii.oiuiokos a thorough ami
i-ihVient ciiri: for tin.' wor-t ciues. of Lheii
mutism and Neuralgia.
If yon cannot iret A tuloi-houos of your ilrinn.'i-t,
we Will m ud it fii'p-Mi n.d, on r- j t of pvi.iar
I'riiw ino dollar i-r lt!e. We refer that you buy
it from your drutvt, hut if he liam't it. do not M
H-rKuslul U try w,mc-.L:i. vun; Out oidc-r at olkd
from ua u (hnvUsl
HTHLOPKOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., h'M KOFf.
l.'iO & 18 Com'l Ave.
bavi.-k f.i!l and cu:tj)'.c:e 1 do of
I.iud. iK.oiU. Lut( i s X'i'ioiis, Ktc.
A heavy Mock o! lio,!y tlr.-.-:, 'l up- r
trn and Iui;ra'.n
A full tiKk of oi; Co' he :i iz'.- uli! ; -itt?.
All UoikIh nt J3ottom J'rirt's!
The Baltimore & Ohio
TKIE iltAPII CO.
Efficient Teleorranhic Service
AT KEliTCEO KA1KS
TO ALL POINTS
i:k.u'iif: i;v Tins compan v.
l ;" l" 1 1 ' K - On lro !. v-p. i e o. St.. la
Tr ilk l.uuiK K. U o ;ii l-
tSm ec-s r to ( tiii-i T. Xt wl-tinl mi 1
ii. r. (ifioniii )
Plumb Steam and Gas Fife,
Coinmni'Lil Ave. hrt. fcntli ami Ele
: : ILL.
D.ivc Wi l! Kurd; mid l.ifi l''iin;n furti'dln-J and
(in: up. A-,'cnt lor tin; t-lchr.iti.- l
"JJUCKEYK FORCE I'lttir
the bi'Ht rump ev.-r InwnO'd. Now ti Fixture?
Iurribi'i! to order. U d t'i.Muris repaired and
Jo!.1jiiiji prompt!; attended to. :il't-tl
Ik R. SMITH.
F.bll KltT A. KBiTtf
(iraiul Contnil Store.
CJS LIU). - - LLL
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Matlo to Onlor.
8tb St.,bot. Ulilo I.cvce & Commercial Ave.
OA1RO. - IL.
Repairiui? neatly done at short notke.
EW YORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largost Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor.Ninotenthitrot Ilin.A 111
f I ;tl I t'. Ill
THE UNION PACIFIC.
Tho Subtilo Power Wioldod by
Senator Edmunds Over tho
A Powerful Corporaion Which Had Defied j
Governmental Control and PwPpudiaVitl
Ita Obligation, Brought to Terms.
Wonderful Concessiuns Mado to ScC'Jti; a
L.ittk kor.j'it': hum lis Scna
.i.w Yi'iiK, July HI. The Tiuos this
iiioniiui; priuts an eiitiru pau of a Wa.sh
hi'.'tou dispatcli givin.i,' a history of the
I'uiuu Tacillc legislation to Sdcuro thu p:iy
liielit of tin; Govuriiii) .'lit duos. It 'ivus
Mr. Kiliiiiinds the credit of haviiii; had
more to do with drafting the Thuiiuau
bill thaa Senator Thunuaii, and says that
l.i.t viiit.;r his hill calling for soiui-au-nual
j ay lucnl-s by the company, to the
Ciovcninient brought (lotild to Kihiiund's
f.-tt and led to the hasty substitution of
Cha-i. l ranois Adams, Jr., for Mr. Iiillou
as tho .'resident of the road. The iro;v-)-silion
which the directors iree'd to was
as follow i :
l-'irst No more dividends to be pii-1
until after Congress aijaiu uiee-t-.
Second All iiioueys due f"r Ciovern
merit trausportitiou to be retained in tiie
'1 hir 1 -The company to pay forthwith
Into tlie Treasury, s,M I, tint amount
claimed under t!ie Thunuaii :v t for 1--.;.
The surrender Involved in tiiee prop
ositions wa.s wonderful, l or tLn; lir.-t
time since its incorporation t lie company
wa.s brought to terms. '1 his plan was
submitted to the committee June 17. It
was accepted but in terms not consoling
to the Ktilroad people. A
resolution was adopted that
upon t liUii-j terms the committee
would defer further action on the .u
jeet until Congress meets airain. The
directors passed tlM; ti.videu I, acccpt'-d
Wiiiou's res.ouaUoi!, and elec ted Adams
In his place. The S71 Vf'o was depo.-itd
with the sUb-treaSdrer at liotoli. It Was
a stranife jToceodin. A ."senate com
mittee i not authoried to enforce laws
nor to make a'reemeiiH wkh eorpura
tiuiis whereby i.'iey promi.-e not to a'jt
upon any subject. The L'uiou I'acillc,
uti'ler ordinary clrcuinstatices, would
have said to Mr. Kdmuuds: '-What
authority have you' We can only i.e
re-ached" by the court-." That Would
have been a safe auswi r to make, con
siderino bow easily courts and law
olficcrs have treated tho Union
raciiie. Iri-teal of that Mr. l".d:nunds
lays down t.-rms and the rail
road yields what no law compels
it to surrender; places in the Treasury
nearly a million dollars, and only pro
cures in return Mr. Udmuuds' agree
ment to keep his hands off for live
months. Would the railroad people have
surrendered so completely unless they
knew they were ut some one's mercy?
Meanwhile, in the House the 1'acilic Kail
road Committee had taken this thim; up
In earnest. All throui;h the S-iu-inif they
strutted, aijaiu-t delays caused by the
railroad company's attorneys oti and off
tho committee. Tin-y suddenly found
opposition withdrawn, and the llou-ebill
was allowed to pass without a dissenting
vote, because by the Senate committee's
areeim nt it was certain to be killed in
the committee when the I ill reached the
Senate. Van Wyek moved its reference to
tin- ltailroad Committee, on tho ground
th.it the Judiciary Committee h.U entered
into an agreement with the I'nioii 1'aciiie:,
which debarred it from aetin?;. Kdmunds
and Hoar defended the committee on the
ground that its action had averted a panic
in Wall street, which would have been
caused by the tnio condition of the road
becomiui; kinrw:i, unaccompanied by the
postponement ot Government action.
Finally, Van Wyek consents to the refer
ence to the .Juiiirutry L.ominutce, audit
was not alluded to during the remaining
two weeks of the session. Just what
Mr. Kdmunds intends to do with the bill
next session, no one knows. The com
pany has put itself in his power. Ho
on' v fears it wi.l be unable to pay and
will luto the Government's hands.
To prevent this is his aim,
while securing payments to the sinking
fund. He docs not consider the stock a
legitimate lien. The company owes al-
tosether 2;;j,000,ih., which sum would
build three such roads, yet yearly the in
terest on its stock and bonds has been
paid, and no man in the Government ex
cept Tliurinan and Kdmunds has taken
a step to prevent it; despite the fact,
too, that much of the stock was Illegally
issued. The company's earnings are de
creasing through competition, and
Gould seems willing to throw the wreck
aside provided he can escape legal penal
ties for the failure to pay tho Govern
ment. Much of the stock has been got
rid of by its former holders already.
This is in brief thu history of thu case.
The strange actions of certain public
men in connection therewith will make
even more suggestive reading when writ
SSL'KVKYIMJ I'OU A 11A1I.KOAD.
How a Sharper Took in the Good People
of Southwest Missouri.
Jium.in, Mo., July 31. The details of
a very successful attempt to obtaiu mon
ey by false pretenses are coming to liht
since the arrest of the perpetrator, John
K. 1 tearing, in Golden, Col. Desiring
played a very bold game, and realized in
all about 82,000. Ho came here last
spring, aud being a civil engineer, was
engaged to do some surveying iu
Newton County. Whilo lookltig
over tho records at Neosho,
Hearing became familiar with tho
names of several business men of that
place, to whom ho represented himself as
being an Intimate friend of Georgo II.
Nettleton, of tho Gulf lload. llu said
that If the business men of Neosho
would pay for the survey ho
could Induco tho Gulf people to
extend tbelr road from Joplln to
that point. They accordingly engaged
Dcaring to do tho work, paying him for
his services, llo employed Knginoer
Sam McKco and a corps of young men ot
the city ami thu lino was soon located to
Neosho. Dcaring then told tho business
men that tho Gu.f management desired
to extend tho road to Fort Smith,
Ark., If they could meet
with proper encouragement. Tho
gentlemen told Dcaring to go ahead.
Neosho aud Southwest City Hearing
formed the acquaintance of tho daugh
ter of a prominent business man and
they were soon afterward married.
Meantime ho contracted as many, and
paid as few debts as possible. Dcaring
took his bride to Hentouville, Ark., where
he obtained S150 from a bank a dead
boss to that Institution. He then placed
McKee In charge of the survey, with In
structions to make out the pay roll and
scud it with the Held uotes to tho Gulf
headquarters in Kansas City, and that
; the men would soon receive imur pay.
Deal ing then started on his bridal tour
; through Colorado, ami McKee followed
the instructions of his t mploycr, but the
' papers Were returned with thu- informa
tion that the Gulf Koad hid nothing to
j do with the proposed rxten don, and that
i the man making the survey was
' , . .. ..... i.. ,...i,.
a Hand. o ueiiuiie luiuunawvu
was received from Dealing until yester
day, when it was learned that he had been
captured and lodged in jail at Colorado
Springs for frauds committed there.
Steps' will be taken to have Hearing re
turned to Mis-ouri as soon as the Colo
rado authorities get through with him.
THK I.AKII ( OI.I.IION.
Tho StDaruer Alberta to be lebclfsd For
ram.its by the Owners of
Ci.f.vm.AM., , July 111. Captain Wil
ford, of thu propeller Osborne, which
was sunk in a collision with the steamer
Alberta, off Waiteilsh point, Mica., on
Sunday night arrived iu this ci'.y to-day,
and met the owners ( f th-j vessel at tho
ollice of II. J. Webb & Co. He de
clined to stiy anything concerning
the disaster, but from a member of
th; linn it was learne I, that the
loss of life has been exaggerated.
Only two men were killed, instead of
ciu'ht, as hitherto rcpoited. Fireman
Conners was a roident of Cleveland,
aged lllty. lino of the (leek hauds lost
was Thomas Birnes, who recently came
from Missouri to Cleveland. The other
deck hand was known on board as Torn.
The Alberta has not yet beou heard
from, but it is known to be seriously
damaged, and h--r piogi'os toward De
troit is probably much im.icdcd thereby.
I'pon her arrival at D -droit, she will be
at once libele I by the i.-borne's owners
UX.AIt WVATl'S CASK,
AuEx-E.v nue Officer Sufferinij For a a
I.oi villi;, Kv., Ju'y 111. Several
years ago F.dgar Wyatt, of this city,
while in tho internal revenue service,
shot and killed a young man named
1'ffanz, of Toitldiid, while iu search of
moonshiners near Horse Cave, Hart
County. Wyatt has always claimed that
the shooting was accidental, though
he was indicted and has ha 1 several
trials, one of them resulting iu a sentence
for ten years. His attorneys appealed,
and a new trill was granted. The
Totnpkinsville correspondent of the
liowliug Green (!iz- tW. of yesterday suy:
"The case of the Commonwealth against
Kdgar Wyatt lor killing young l'ftan.
near Iloise Cave, seven years ago, re
sulted In a hue of 1,000. l'.eing unable
to pay so larg-j a sdiu, he languishes iu
Those who Know Wyatt best have al
ways doubted if lie intended to kill
I'ffauz, and believe his explanation that
tho shooting was accidental. Kdgar
Wyatt is a brother of the noted revenue
officer, John Wyatt, who, after a long
audelliclent service against the moon
shiners, died at the hands of a policeman
while resisting arrest for a misdemeanor
lie has also a brother, Jesuo Wyatt, -who1
isvjin efficient lieutenant ot, policalq
IobIsvM&T ' ' '"''""'I
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r of tho vi&UaxLtes.
! Bdostixijs Ixd., July L A cntnriCic;
ofliorses havo been poisoned ia tha
neighborhood of Taylorvfllc Suspicion
was entertained against Spradley and
one ol his farm hands named Ingram. A
Vigilance committee was formed and a
reward of $300 was offered for tho arrest
tf the guilty persons. A notice was also
given Spradley to leave tho country with
in teii days. John L. Hcthcil,
a farmer, endeavored to earn thu
reward, aud, getting Ingram under
the iullueuce of whisky, he succeeded iu
getting the desired information, which
was to the effect that Spradley and him
self had done the poisoning. Last Mon
day Ingram was arrested and placed
under bonds for his appearance at court,
and has annarrntlv left the country. Yes
terday while r.ethell was on his way to
town he was murdered. The ten days'
notice given to Spralley expired last
night, and the committee declare they
will lvnch him. The Sheriff and a posso
of men have gone to Taylorville.
Cattle Shipments Refused.
Galvkstox, Tlx., July 31. The agent
of tho Texas I'acillc Hallway at this
point yesterday received a telegram from
headquarters instructing him to refuse
all shipments of cattle to points north of
Denlson aud Tosarkana until further or
ders. This action Is owing to alarming
reports of a cattle fever in the north.
Cattle shippers express great indignation
at this action, which they denounce as
arbitrary, and calculated to do them seri
ous injury, as ail cattle In the Interdicted
sections are iu thu best of health and
condition. Many cattle are now await
ing shipment flic shippers and ranch
men of Mitchell County propose to hold
an indignation meeting to devise means
Valuable Horse Killed.
SiiKi.itYviiXK, Ii.r.., July 111. This
morning, while pratlclng on tho ground
of tho Driving Club, a 1,800 running
horse of Miss Nellie Hurko jumped upon
the railing and, a stake penetrating his
heart, ho fell dead upon tho track. Miss
IJurkc was hurled a distanco of thirty
feet, but escaped with only slight In
juries. At the Point of Their PistoU.
riTTsni'Rdii, l'a., July 31, A Cwi-kk-Tektjraph
l'etrolla, l'a., special says:
Yesterday afternoon threo masked mon
entered the houso of Hhody Hoyle, a
well-known farmer living near St. Joseph,
and with revolvers cocked compelled him
to, open his safe and glvo them 13,000 in
cash, after which they took to tho woods
and have not yet been captured.
Striking glass-workers at Bradford,
l'a., poiiKod tho eyes out of a nou-nnlon
THE STORM KING'S FURY.
Furthor Details of Taosday's Dis
aster in tho Goorgo's Crook
Dtul Bodif;3 Taken Prom the Debris, and
Many More Expected to Appear
as the Flood Subsides.
The Damans to Property Great, and
Swelling Kvery Hour
Driftwood. Wi st i:i:rour, Ma, July CI. Advices
Iroui up the George's Creek Valley cou
llnn the reports of Tuesday's disaster.
The alley is a scene of w recked acreage
to the end. At least fifty houses are gone.
Two unknown bodies were found near
liartou yesterday. These but make it
more certain that w hen the floods subside
many more will be found. A house oc
cupied by a miner named Tliomas Iscn
berg and his family of six persons is goue,
and no trace left of either people or
house. It is now known that fifteen per
sons are dead, llow many more can not
be guessed. The loss to property swells
-very hour, and it is now placed at B-oOr
rw. The loss to mines will cause a
delay that w ill prove serious to work
ingmen, to workers and consumers. The
Franklin, I'honix and l'otomac coal
mines all lose heavily. The Potomac is
rising rapidly, aud it is still raining In
the mountains. Damage Is also reported
llong Cheat Uiver. The railroad Is dam
lged more than was at first supposed.
A woman's body, toru almost to pieces
).v the rocks, was takeu from the creek
near Laurel Kun, the clothes having been
:oin off. It is supposed that the body
Jame from near Lonaconing. The face is
o badly mangled as to be uurecogniza
de. A trunk containing a gold watch
ni'l other jewelry was taken from the
water below rieduiotit yesterday. 1usi
at ss is prostrated the whole length of the
valley. It Is feared that many people
w ill suffer for food aud clothing. Citizens
Df Piedmont will take measures to assist
Her.dr:tU3 to Call on Cleveland-Kelly
Sauatooa, N. V., July ol. Mr. lien
.iricks said last night he would leave to
day for Albany to call upou Governor
"Are you arc acquainted with tho Gov
;rnrrM he was asked.
"I have never seen Governor Cleve
land," he replied. "Wo meet to-morrow
for thu first time."
"Who will accompany you?"
"I will go alone."
"How long do yuti expect to remain In
"I think I will vlst 151ock Island. How
soon 1 do not know."
Manv of the members of the Committee
have left for their homes. Only one or
two succeeded ill seeing Mr. Kelly, and
lie was uncommunicative. He did not
even look in at the proceedings yesterday
afternoon, but remained iu his room.
There is some talk about the failure of
General Hancock to be present at Hen
dricks' gathering. It is said he was not
uotili.'d of the hour of the assembling.
Mr. Hendricks arrived from Saratoga
at -':'J0 p. in., accompanied by Hon.
Samuel W. Fordyoe, of Ai Kansas, and
Co;onel K. lb I!. in. lister, ol ludiaia;
Colonel l.amoiit, Governor Cleveland's
Secritsry, met the party at the depot, and
drove direct'' to the Executive Mansion.
The candidates greeted one another
heartily. The party dined with the Gov
ernor. Hendricks will return to Sara
toga this evening.
HA III'. KMCKI.MS.
Pennsylvania Sluggers Fight Twenty
Rounds in 35 Minutes.
riTTSiuTuni, 1'a,, July 31. Jim Dillon
and Ned Monaghan fought a stubborn
hammer-and-toiigs bare-kuucklo prize
fight at a lato hour last night, near
lirownstowu, In tho presence of a throng.
The fight was governed by tho Loudon
pri.o-ring rules. Neither man was in
very good condition. At the call of time
both stepped into the ring with a
defiant air, and iu a moment went to
work like tigers. Up to the twelfth
round some heavy hitting was done on
both sides, though but little science was
displayed. From that to the twentieth
round they fought like demons, punish
ing each other terribly. Dillon bore the
punishment gamely, but a left-hander on
the car sent him to grass senseless, and
he failed to conic to time. Monaghan
was declared tho winner, after fighting
The Photographers Convention.
Ckm ixnati, O., July 31. Tho number
uf visitors at tho photographic exhibition
to-day at Music Hall Is about seven
The convention called to order at 10:30.
A ytc of thanks was tendered to A. T.
Gostiam for opening the entire building
to the public, including the museum.
Mr. llcsler, of Chicago, called the atten
tion to tho postal rulings concerning pho
tographs which ho read and declared to
be an insult to photography. The con
vention adopted resolutions to lay tho
matter before the Postmaster-General.
Tho receipt of a telegram from the
Director-General of the New Orleans Ex
position suggested -a resolution that the
Photographic, Association should have
representation at tho same. Adopted.
Tho remainder of tho afternoon was
consumed In balloting for officers for tho
On re-asseinbl'.ng, tho Convention pro
ceeded to consider the recommendation
to hold tho next meeting at FJuffalo,
Peter McOeoch'a Testimony.
Mh-Wackkk, Wis., July 8l.-Tho ex
nminatiou of Peter McGooch In tho Mc-Gcoch-Walls
caso was resumed this
morning, McGooch testified ho sent
$ii0,000 to Chicago to pny off ho cred
itors, and previous to that had put $700,
000 Into tho lard deal, all ol which was
bis own or borrowed on his personal re
sponsibility. When this was done ho was
unable to say, as ho had do momor&ndum
to show date. All attempt to draw out
from hiR-djutaktt8 rcgarctng hit) cob
ueeXlm with Wefta,'or .th;"Ctwetiti of
JoW.mH fnijJo torq frornjfr m tf)TVtt
ess, failed. He was equally reticent
ibout thu present whereabouts of thu
woks and papers and business generally,
is hu was so much confused at the time
)f tho failure that hu lost all trace of
liASK HALL HllLVlTIES.
Score of Games Played ou Wednesday,
Washington, D. C Natiouals, 3; Key-
Baltimore, Md. Baltimore Unions, 4 ;
loston Unious, 2.
New York. Providences, S: New
Buffalo, N. Y. liuffalos, 0: Clevc-
Philadelphia, l'a. Bostons, HI; I'hlla-
Julphias, (j.... Athletics, l'J; Washiug-
Brooklyn, N. Y. Metropolitans, ll;
Cincinnati, o. Ciuciunatis, y ; St.
Toledo, O. Columbus, 3; Toledos, l.
Pittsburgh, Pa. ISaitimores, 9; Allo-
Tho game at Chicago was prevented by
Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City Unions,
S; St. Louis Unions, 6. Ten tunings.
Peoria, 111. Minneapolis, 'J; Peorias, 7.
Fort Wayne, Intl. Fort Waynes, 5;
Mulucy, III. fuincys, l:'j Still-
THK 'IT UK.
Sailvioca, N. Y., July 31. The wcatu
r Is clear, with a drizzling rain. Tho
ittcndauco at the course is light, arid tho
rack iu poor condition.
First Kace Purse of SjOO; distance,
duo mile and seventy yards: won by Jim
Kenwick, with Lucky B. second, and
Uessie third. Time, 1:4'J. Mutuals
Second Kace Cass haudicap, sweep
stakes; all ages; one mile and a furlong:
Lizzie S., first; .Euclid, second; AU-
llauds-Around, third. lime, l:j:l-g.
Mutuals paid $g:U0.
Third Kace Spinavixis stakes, two-
rear-olds; distance, five furlongs: Miss-
on Hell, first; Kidha, second; Hons,
lliird. Time, 1 :03. Mutuals paid 7. 10.
Fourth Kace Purse of is I ou, all ages,
5-1 mile. Bonnie Bird, first; Beechen-
jrook, second; Marie Stuart, third.
Time, 1 :1-S 1-g. Mutuals paid $s.50.
Brighton Beach Races.
New Yokk, July 31. There were six
vvcil-contcsted races at Brighton Beach
rcsterday. The track was In better coa
lition and the time made was good.
First Kace For beaten horses, threc
juarter mile: Woodllower, first; Retort,
jccoud; Australina, third. Time, l.'l.
Second Kace Selling allowances, ono
mile: Carrio Stewart, first; Carlisle,
second: Swift, third. Time, l.I'J.
Third Kace King's County Derby,
one and one-hall miles: Miss Brewster,
first; Young Duchess, second; Brough
ton, third. Time, g.ol.
Fourth Kace All ages, seven furlongs:
King Lion, first; Lena, second; Tattler,
third. 'Time 3-4.
Fifth Kace Maidens of all ages, ono
11141 one-eighth miles- Tom Martin, first;
Transit, second; King 1!., third. Time.
Sixth Kace Handicap steeple chase,
short course: Voltaire, first; Odette,
second; Tonawauda, third. No time
CiiH'Aiio, III., July 31. The first race
it Irving Park yesterday, one aud one
fourth miles, for all ages, was won by
Lou Malloy, beating Elaine. Time,
Second Kace One niilo and five hun
dred yards, for all ages: April Fool,
first; Manitou, second; Thady, third.
Third Kace Three-fourth mile heats,
for beaten horses: Miss Goodrich won
the first heat, and Kosallne the second
and third. Time, 1 :gl 1-:', 1 :i'.l 1-g, and
Fourth Kace Mile dash, for all ages:
Edwin A., first, Kevoke, second; John
Sullivan, third. Time, 1 : jd.
Fifth Kace Ou; and one-sixteenth
miles: Billy Gilmore, first; Centerville,
second; Joe Kay lo, third. Time,
'.': 00 1-g.
To be Tried For Murder.
Prr rsr.rmiii, Pa., July 31. The case
of tho Commonwealth against A. M. Bow
ser Miltou Weston, Henry Kamsey,
John Stein, Archibald Blackley, Win.
McFarlaud & W. F. Miller will bo called
for trial on Monday next. The ease was
removed frOm Westmoreland to this
county ou account of prejudice. Defend
ants were indicted for murder and felou
ous assault aud battery. The case grows
out of tho Miirrayvillo gas well riot, in
which Obadiah Haymaker was killed by
A. M. Bowser. Defendants will be tried
jointly for the murder, unless application
tor separate trials are made.
Pull the Busting Out of That Dress.
Dk.nvi.i:, Cot.., July 31.-Yesterday
afternoon the Bounds Type and Press
Company sued out a writ of attachment
against the Denver Tn'unc Publishing
Company for 82,701, thu amount of a
bill lor a new dress recently put on that
paper. The affidavits state the indebted
ness of the company as over S-'g.OrtO, but
it is claimed by the management that the
actual indebtedness of tho publishing
company is less than SC.ooo. It is thought
tho suit will be settled by the Issue ot a
mortgage, aud that the paper will con
tinue under its present management.
Infested With Crooks.
Mahshai.i., Mcl, July SI. At Elwood
last night burglars broke Into Dr. T. P.
Horsford's drug store aud Post-olllcc,
though but a few articles had becu takeu
w hen their presence was discovered and
they lied. An attempt was made to steal
J. A. Tippan's team last night iu this
city, but that gentleman hoard tho noise
and fired three show at tho tleelng
Pacing Match. 1S3
Cleveland, O., July 31. A match to
como off within three weeks for 91,500 a
sldo has been arranged between the cele
brated pacers "Johnson" and "RichbrUl."
J. S. Campbell, owner of BIchbaB, will
name tho place and track within a few
ftii A thrvnann.-l rinllfira of th tttktl
has been already posted and the bitnace
will be "put up" th night before tin
race, BichbaU wotm,, & UsMwMla
ho8oa' 8-4. BoWucVjp$Ml
is hi fsvor oTCWfcwwn. . . J,-
TEST YOOE BAKING POUDEB TD-MYl
riiun.ha.lvorti Vil iualioliit.'lyj)tire
Pl.von cm ropilnwnon ti hot stov until hPntti,ttn
rH11"Vl' o iv.ir ami nii,. a hi-mii will uul I r-
nuiruj to J'.tuot ttio prowaco ul uimuum.
DOES NOT CONTAIN AMMONIA.
ITS litALiiiKi i.m:sh HAS NEVER IC.KS Ol KSrillNKD.
In a million Imniri for n iinitti-r uf it century It but
utoud tin' on-unii'i-V rvllntilt- tr-t.
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CHICACO. ST. LOUIo.
0. W. HENDERSON,
No. lliiCommcrdal Ave.,
Hole Ag-ent foi the Celebrated
Mtttiuf.ictariT null Dealer iu
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron hi
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Impli-int'tit. in(U'H hlurOil Stoves-hert iu the
worlil, Liimtm of kvitv Uufcrlt.lion. Eliu oil,
(,'iiriii t Kwlo inTH, r'liUlicr ln.tiT. Hroomn, Win
dow Screen Wire Cloth, l''ull supply ot l-'iBliiug
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Cortier l.'ih nuil Commercial A vomit1, Cairo, ill.
Teli'l'hi.lie No. 1J.
Mmirifactiirer und Dealer In
K'.h Slree . l'etwteli Coin'l Ave. ..nil I.evee.
CIIOKi; HOPING A SPHCIAM'Y
.W r. KINKS OF A M l's I riuN
nfe- KijiiiiL':!. All RiihIk ol Keys Maib.
Jfrs. Kmilv lowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CI.AliKSUN', Agent.
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HKSHV K. TAYt.OK. Ma-ter.
UKOIIUE JOHEs, Clerk.
Ioavpii 1'iilarali forCiiro dully (4iiudavt eroopt
ed) at S a. m., anil Mound Cltv at 1 p. m. Keturo
lun, luvei Cmro at 4 p.m.; Mound Cltv at S p.m.
The Weekly Bulletin.
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