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CAIRO, ILL, Til UUS DAY
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What lus.Ske;.itici.sin (lone for the world ?
Nothing but to BH(fi(!Kt doubts, it has evii
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-ki jiU(;blu In as bud. us liln'UluuUnln.
hut lias Science done for the world 'I
A (?rKl many things; for In4.'inr-e, It tii:
Miowu that, Klicumallniii can be cun.-'L
It has shown that Nfurahjiacan t; got til or.
MHli!rnsi k-tii.'i-liasirovciIilial KhfuniatKin l
a blood. ilU-iiN', und has provlil'Mi atiiloi'iihiihi
iut the remedy v, lili.U tun couipleb.-ly curt; 1L.
It riiisprovi-d that alt hri!i";h tho old doitorv
f. tiled loovi-rroine NdirulKU, AtiiloimiokoiKjii
reach li, uint erudli ale It Iioiu the system.
It ha provnl tliat Though these tornii iiilri:r
illic r.M'H vmt'- Hi) slow nri'1 obstinate, they can
m overcome lu a UUle till; by means tit
Don't Jk Kkcpticai. if you haveunydoubtsa.:
to what Ariil.oruoKOH can do, write to soni" of
t hos w hum it ha.- cured. For lii-tance, l;.-v. s.
li. liehhen, 1). I)., I'.Litor Thirl origr'aUoiial
hureh, of New llav. n, conn., '.h; Jii.v. V. I'.
orbit, pastor tirw st. M. K. church, of N'.-.v
Haven, the Krv. J. K. S.-arlcs. pastor WMi-hm.
M. R church. New York city, Mr. isrumiiiell, t h
well know u randy liuiniif.ntiirer, of New York,
Kx-;ov. inflow, of Connecticut, and many
others, equally well known.
If you cannot ift ATHi.oi'iioK'mof yniir dnuvi-t.
0 Will Hiilid It expr'-".. I'lll'l. nil r-ri Jtt of fvuiur
iTio'-oim ilollnr -r l.tt v We prefer that you buy
H from ) our clriiirmn. but If li liwoi't It. Jo not I,"
i ttua.M p. try hiukUiiiii tlac, but order at on
fpiiu ua w dirucii.iL
ATHLOPHORQS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW 13P.K.
nmiiiiMniimm n mintnnnnnm
130 & l.'JB Com'l Ave.
have a ftj'.l and coaplt'.c V.ut of
Linen i(tnl. Ii utters, Nt' ions, Ktc.
A hesvr Htof 's o! Il.xly liru! Taper
trie aJ.l lunula
A full ;o' k o( Oli Clo'lif, all di;.--n:,i p-'ce..
All (iocxl nt H'ttotn I'lic-f-i!
LOUIS C. II Ell BERT,
(Sum'sfscr to Cha-i. T. Ntwlawl an J
II. T. (icrould )
Plumber; lm and Gas Fitter
Comnieiriul Ave, hit. Tenth ami Ele
venth Ms ,
l,ii:W.l F-.n -i d I. f' l'.i-u: " fa h'rh t! ar.d
ta: up. A.'-i.t f.: tie- I't'nm 1
the bi-t utmp fv- r Invented. New (i,ii Fixture"
furr.i.hc1 to order. O it fixture repaired and
jerJjbidi i; prrai; t'y nit. riii o ! to. i:-tf
j- H. it,i.
ci.ni.ur a. -i n
(Wumi Central Store.
PK.A l.KKS IN
GjS I.KO. - - I L'L
Patrick T. McAlpine,
yimlii to I't'dcr.
SttSt.,bet. Ol.iu Level- & Comtm roia! Ave.
Ropairiug1 noatly done at short notice.
JvJKW YORK STORii.
WHOLESALE AM) KETAH..
The Ijiirt Variety Stwfc
IN TI1K CITY.
G OODS SOL D V iSRY C hOS K
KEV YOllK STORK CO,
Cor. Nineteenth street) Cair 111
Commercial Avenne. ' ailt-. u
PLOUR, GRAIN A.VH HA
Egyptian Flouring 31 ills
ffighwwt Cash Prlop P-tj.l for Win nt.
It la Sought by J. Knickcrbockoi
Griawold From Domostlo
Careful Preparation for the Final Event
Lift) Insurance, Will, Letters of In
struction and Grave Clothes.
The Wretched CaUie of H.s Undoing
Supposed to Have 13-en Near
by at the Time.
ThoY, N. V., August i.-J- Kuicker
bocker (Jriswold, whose pareuti live lu
South 'J'oledo, )., came here about three
years ao and louud eiiii'ioyiucbt at Win.
11. F rear's dry goods store. He was af
teiu ai'l pl:ieed iu thai go of the kid
!i..vis departtneiit. His wife aceom
liunicd him here, an 1 soon alter their ar
rival a son was born to theui, The cou
ple did not live h ipidiy, ami in a few
luouihs .Mrs. GriswoM separated from
her husband arid lctunied to Ohio;
but (irUwold contributed regu
lar, y to the support of the
child. In Fehruaiy (iris wold
took a policy of insurance on his life.
Ueceully he learned that hii wife Intended
to Institute a suit for divorce. This
weighed hcavi.y upon his mind. a Sat
urday he went to Mnith i Wellington's
law ulliuo and had his wiil clrartn, be
queathit.g t!ie iu-uranco inom.-y to his
mother and fister, and In the event of the
dealh ol either one of them before him it
was to go to the survivor; or .should
both die before Llm, the money was to
be paid to his cousin, Mrs. Kate M.
1-aye, who boarded in the same
houe with him in I.aiisiiigourg. The
money to his credit iu the J.an.Mugburg
bank and hi.s personal i ll'-.cts were also
bciUeat!ied to Mrs. t'aye. Yesterday
aHeniouu (Jriswo.d coinpliine 1 he was
not letliiit: well, and obtained leave of
absfuce. lie weut to his boarding hou-e
and alter the fain! y had r.-tlied, lie- made
carelil. .reparations to kill himself, lie
penned tclegtams to lib parents and
others, saying: "John has just shot,
h.meil. id write you soon." To each
of these dispatches lie signed his cousin's
name. Then he undressed hiinseif, ami
took out the suit of clothe in w hich he
desired to be laid out and placed them
on it chair. Then he took h'.s memoran
dum buok, which was atierwards found
on the lloor in U I couMa's room, and
wi'ote in it a letter to !ns coiisin, of which
the fo. lowing is a cyy :
An;rT a. 1-M
IK.i K uc-Winn v.. i r al thi- 1 w, 1 It
e id aril lii-l s-. Iii lmi1 iui- Hear l-.a'.-.
1.0 i a . .ii.- ; n . - hat I -wf. I i a e 1 1.-' 0
in i aii. an I w:.ii-..-M-r (' u le 1 i have is in
mi oei.c- -i o..K. M-Mr. i n-e:i l iindeii.
Ii.iu tl'ii .-l-o lining li in for all ins pm kin l
lii --. Have nini liicaK to" n -vis to .r 1 n-ar
ii'.'l f.pl i.n iiairii-i. I ha- hid out tin
ci,.!ii -. I M.iul'l 11 ' to In- la I out i I would
hi c to li ln.r.e-1 i i i 'a - Wiii i. iuit il j. ii
th. ios I -t .-end my r-iiiiiiii We-l. on.
K.I -, f i .o iid on y ! --, away f n.ui tun
rn-.i iu t. U t 1 ran no:. I ;,ii.r.v joii w.ll
I i ! t I II () ihilO I sm,. f,.,. til.- p I II
1 i -l. h.ile. Jon ll I..- 1. r l III. t.i.-l' II!. d s s-tt-r
I i in'-, nod i a.- "ur ll. uvi-i 1- hunirr
".ii witii ii i r .iTdt' r 1 ( th .n 1 lime
1.1 e ri per nit:, d !o e:ijo-, . I o.,d I... e. I'm otf.
.1 1 1 1 s .
It Is slip. osed that wliell he liiiished the
letter he j laced the pistol to his breast
and tired, kiiliiii.' liiinsi-lf instantly. I'n
der a towl on the washstand the follow
ing letter was found :
I. issj v.,1,1 mi, A'iiri.4: I
lo w: I'iMIAI.s- 'I'.-y and fuipn. in -. as I
fonr.M- lie- w.iinan I oaee 1- v d. .vol ha v.. ;ill
I I '! wry kiii-l. a:i-l 1 rliiiii.i y.ii lor niaiiy In
mu s f e-'-n e 1 Ir.'iii oiir ll.i.ul-. '1 lie i ll i.-o
is i I ln a. Ill and d i.ii' tioul.ie. ;ill I now 1
inu-t Ltd y.ai a l i-t ir-o l-l'.v. Ilieak the news
t'entiy t i iui 1 1 !i r and sister.
It is a:d the suicide's wile reached
Troy yesterday liioruiiiLf, and that Gris
wold learned of her presence and feared
unpleasant scenes, l-'or a long time last
nn:ht a woman carrying a satchel and
umbrella hovered in the vicinity of Gris
wold's house, and so strangely did she
act at times that persons asked if they
couid be of any assistance to her. To
each of these she curtly replied : ".No,
sir; I need no assist ance. 1 kuow what
1 am about." It is thought that this per
son was Grisw old's wife. No trace of her
can now be found.
T1IK DKAD KXri.OIiKKs..
Preparations for Their Reception at
Nk.w Youk, August ;. The bodiesof the
Arctic heroes who accompauied Lieuten
ant Greeiy will be landed at Governor' J
Island to-morrow. The Thetis and Hear
are expected to arrive at 11 a. in. The
ceremonies will be very simple. Sec
retaries Lincoln and C'haudler and
Licuteiiaut-Geiieral Sheridan and staff
are txpected. General Hancock ami
staff will lead the Fifth artillery as a
guard of honor. There w ill be uo speeches
and the usual salutes will be tired. Tho
remains will lie in state in the hospital
vault until claimed by relatives. The un
claimed bodies wiil iie buried in the Na
tional Cemetery at Cypress Hill.
National Convention of the Catholic
Total Abstinence Union.
Ciiic.;o, Ii.i.., August 0. Central Mu
sic Hall was crowded this morning, the
occasion being the opening of the Na
tional Convention of the Catholic Total
Abstiucncc Union. Over 500 delegates
were on the lloor, representing Catholics
of all nationalities in every sec
tion of the Union, and including eight
Archbishops and llishops, and forty
l'riests. The Convention was called to
order at tight o'clock, but immediately
took a recess. The procession then
formed aud delegates and visitors pro
ceeded to the Cathedral of tho Holy
Nanio whero mass was celebrated by
Archbishop Feehati. Among those in the
sanctuary were: Archbishop Elder, ol
Cinciunali; llishops Watcrson, of Co
lumbus; Spaulding, of Peoria, and Ire.
land, of St. 1'aul. The Convention reas
sembles at three o'clock.
TRAIN WUIKKKIW AT WOltK,
Third Recent Attempt to Wreck the
"Cannon Ball" on the Burling
ton ami Missouri.
Atchison-, Kas., August C Tho llur.
lliigton nnd Missouri passenger train
known as the "Cannon Ball," due hero
at four o'clock yesterday morning, did
not arrive until eight o'clock, aud In
stead of tho regular number of cars con
noted of only three. Too causo of tho
Hid:iv wa-, ur.nthcr atmrt to wtc
the train, this tlj n3.tr Wyinoro,
where a switch had been mis
placed. The train ran into tho
ditch, upsetting the engine, b:iggago tar
aud smoker, but the ladies' coach and
sleeping car remained u;on the track,
aud were brought here. No one was
hurt, but all were considerably shaken
up. This Is tho third attempt to wreck
the train In that vicinity. Tho llrst re
sulted in seveiai deaths. Large rewards
w i re offered by the compauy for tho ar
rest of tho perpetrators, and detectives
are now looking them up.
AN INELKNAL MACHINE.
Nat Detoctiv! Work by Superintend
ent Ruas'jll of the New
Ni-.w Voith, August il. A queer look
ing box caine luto tho General I'ost-ollico
on Monday. It was registered and di
rected to an Italian In Mulberry street.
Superintendent Uusm-II thought it might
be an infernal machine, and notilledtho
Italian who came to the ollice. Mr. Kus
sell opened the box, not by the
aid of the convenient knob on the sliding
cover, but by removing the bottom, ho
found inside a loaded pistol, arranged so
that sliding the cover open would" have
discharged it. There were also two cart
ridges supposed to be dynamite. Tho
postmark was Williamsburg. Inspector
Neweomb is hunting for the sender. Tho
Tost-oHice employes are very.lndignant at
the machine having been sent through
the mail at the risk of every man's life
that handled It.
.JLl T LIKE .MELICAX MAN.
Two Chineao Hiuhbinders Fight to tha
Death Over a Woman.
' I'dimlam), due., August C Last
evening a most desperate aud murderous
light occurred here between two notori
ous highbinders. The trouble originated
over the possession of a Chinese courte
san. Thirteen shots were llred In all.
One highbinder was shot twice through
the body, and is now dying. The
other was shot once, and is thought to
be mortally wounded. The latter, a very
desperate feliow, barricaded his room
and refused to surrender to the police.
He threatened to Kill any oillcer who ap
proached. The building wis surrounded
and the room flooded with water. The
Highbinder was finally driven out and
captured, after a desperate struggle.
K L'-KL C X Kit E LUTO ll
Banker Harrison Given Three Days to
Settle or Skedaddle.
Inmasai'ous, Im., August The
city was mysteriously flooded last ui.'ht
with the following printed notice:
"Ni .TH K,. We. tli" workinif eiiisB and de-pii-unr
of J. i :. S. HaiTi-o.i'- I. link, d'-iniind
ii.Uiire settlement within three days, and
il not he will haw to -taud the eotise-
"W'oi-kmii l. ia-s and Depo-ii. ri of this city."
A New Outlet for the Daddy of StreaniB.
Nkw nni.KANs, La., August 0. The
Mississippi is now w ithia its banks at a'l
points except Davis' Crevasse, St. Charles
1'arish. This break occurred March 8,
and all efforts to close it have proved
futile. Tho water goes through the
levee in a stream 1,200 feet w ide and deep
enough for navigation clear to the Gulf.
This new outlet, w.iic!i promises to carry
off more water than Bayou La l'otirche
or Bayou riarjueinine, is now considered
a permanent stream, and whero it sub
merged the tracks of the Morgan Line
aud the Texas l'ucillc, they have bui.t
permanent trestles and bridges over it.
It is larger than any stieam south of the
Stole a Hundred Thousand and Sui
cided. Dknvki;, ('ml., August 6. Frank E.
Everett, the late cashier of the Golden
Bauk, committed suicide about three
weeks ao. A shortage of SlbO,v)0 U
now said to have been discovered. How
the money was squandered is not known.
Everett's life insurance policies amount
to S7o,0'.i0, and it is believed the cred
itors will seek to obtain the money upou
SAM I'LL .1. TILDEN.
His Public Career May Be Closed, But
His Brains Are Still in Demand.
Sauatoha, N". Y., August'). The Amer
ican Dental Association convened hero
yesterday. The faculties of the leading
dental colleges of the couutry also formed
au association to establish uniform rules
for admitting craduating students. Dr.
C. M. 1'ieree, of Philadelphia, was elect
ed President. About lilteen Vice-Presidents
An Ex-Prosecutor Gets There Himself.
Cincinnati, )., August 0. Last night
ex-prosecutor Samuel II. Drew was ar
rested while sittaig in tho Bennett
House. The warrant was issued ou au
ailidavit made by Mrs. Elizabeth Cox, of
Mt. Auburn, charging Drew with embez
zlement of s,noo. Drew was very much
surprised, but went quietly to jail with
out offering to furnish bail.
Ohio Dynamiters Acquitted.
Sauisa, O., August 0. At the trial
of Sablua citizens for blowing up tho
West bagnio with giant powder, 102
witnesses were subpouini'd. Tho de
cision was in favor of the defendants
ou the groutid of insuHieieut evidence.
A large crowd came from this surround
ing towns to attend the trial. (u their
way home a free light resulted in wound,
ing Joo Wells, and the arrest of David
West for carrying concealed weapous.
"Rafifyintr a Newspaper.
Four Wayxk, Ind., August 0, Tho
D'.tily U'izdtv's proprietors wero waited
upon yesterday by a committee repre
senting tho Fort Wayne Typographical
Union, and asked to discharge two "rats"
employed by tho 1,'nzrtk. Upon tho pro
prietors refusing to do so tho entlro
force of printers, Including tho foreman,
walked out, leaving tho two "rats" to
g t out tho paper last night. In futuro
none but nou-uulon men will bo em
ployed. Killed by tho Cars.
DKCATtit, III.,. August C Andrew
WcsterwiU, while attempting to board
tho cabooso of a moving train lu tho
Wabash yard yentorday, lost his hold and
(ell under tho cars. Ills left leg was
crushed aud also a part of his body. Ho
llugeroil eovcral hours and died. Ho wai
slnglrs nurt a foreigner, and in tho employ
of thr crmp'"iv,
SAMUEL J, TILDEN. .
Ilia Public Caroor May Bo Cloaod,
But Ilia Brains Aro Still
An Indiana Editor Who Deserted to the
Enemy Roughly Handled, and Left
Mora Dead Than Alive.
Conventions Held and Congressmen Nom
inated Voorhees Opens the
Samuol J. Tilden.
Nkw Yukk, August C The ,S" an says
to-day: Governor Cleveland and Daniel
Manning, of Albany, visited Samuel J.
Tildeii at Greystone yesterday. They ar
rived from Albany on tho train reaching
Youkers shortly after ten o'clock, and
drove to Nfr. Tildeii's residence. They
remained there several hours. Governor
Cleveland returned to Albany ou the 4:U'J
train. His visit to Mr. Tlldeti was an
nounced to be iu regard to his letter of
acceptance of the Presidential nomina
tion, lie ii said to have carried with
him a rough diaft of the letter.
Seeking tho Saye.
Ali'.anv, X. Y., August !. The llshlng
excur-ion of Governor Cleveland yester
day proves to have been a visit to Tildeu
at Greystone. The iuvitation for the
conference came from Tildeu, who
wished to look over the letter of accept
ance, aud give the Governor a few points
as to the management of t(io campaign.
The interview Is said to have been satis
factory to both parties. That the Sage
of Greystone offered suggestions Is evi
dent from the fact that Cleveland has been
shut up in his private room most of tho
luonui.g revising his letter of acceptance.
Up to now, only one visitor of promi
nence, General P. Sigel, of New York ap
peared and obtained the ear of tho Gov
eruor. Sigel says the Democratic pros
pects are improving daily. Tho seces
sion of Henry Ward Beccher ou account
of the Buffalo scandal is 'causing uneasi
ness amoug Cleveland men. It is report
ed that an elaborate vindication of Cleve
land is to be issued in a few days. Gov
ernor Hendricks, however, believes in Ig
noring the subject, aud local leaders ac
cord with him.
The National Convention of French
Canadians is giving both Democrats and
Bcpublicans some concern. Both waut
to capture it for political effect, hut
the majority of tho delegites light shy
of the indorsement of either Blaiuc or
Cleveland. They wish to keep the Con
vention clear oi politics aud the clergy
sustain them in this sentiment.
Colonel Lamont says he knows no In
tention on the pait of local Demo
cratic managers to interfere with tho
action ol the Convention.
During the morning session au luvit.i
tiou to the delegates to call upou the
Governor was announced. Tho an
nouncement caused j;reat excitement,
aud It was moved that the acceptance of
the invitation should not be construe.1, as
having any political signiilcaucc. Tho
motion was voted down amid some con
fusion. About half the delegates left the
hall and called upon the Governor, and
were cordially received. The other half
remained In the hall, criticising the ac
tion of their fellows. This afternoon the
question will be formally discussed
whether the convention shall take any
action in regard to Presidential candi
dates. An Editor Brutally Assaulted at Wa
Wabash, Li., August C An outrage
which will disgrace this entire section of
the State was perpetrated here on Mon
day evening. The Courier, edited by Lee
Linn, a writer of considerable ability,
chauged its politics about six months ago.
It had been a Democratic paper, but, for
reasons which its editor gave fully, It be
came Republican, aud very strongly so.
This towu is Democratic, aud tho Demo
crats living here and In this vicinity are
of the most Intense Bourbon stripe. Sev
eral threats have been made against Linn
because of his onslaughts on the Demo
Ou Monday evening Linn was walk
ing on the street when he met a farmer
named Stone, to whom he spoke pleas
antly, -Stone is a bitter partisan, and
without tho slightest warning he
gave Linn a severe blow on tho face
with a heavy stick. Linn then knocked
Stono down. Two sous of tho latter
theu rushed on Llun, threw him down
and kicked him iu the face and body.
Other Democrats coming up joined In
the assault, and Liuu was dually res
cued more dead than alive. There Is
considerable excitement lu the town.
Stone, Sr., is in jail.
FiiKKiiriii.;, N. August C A three
clays' temperance convention, lu the Inter
est of tho constitutional amendments be
ing held at Martha's Grove camp ground.
Amoug tho speakers are Neal Dow, ex
Governor Pecker and Be v. Mark Traftou.
Voorhees Opr-ns the Campaign.
Ti'iini: IIalti:, Lsd., August C John
E. Lamb was unanimously renominated
for Congress In this, tho Eighth District,
by the Deiuoc alio Convention at Buck
ville to-day. Senator Voorhees opens
the campaign at that place to-uight.
George William Curtis.
Nkw Youk, August 0. George William
Curtis addressed tho Natloual Civil
Service League to-day.
New Jersey Republicans.
Tkkntox, N. J., August G. The Repub
lican State Convention organized with Z.
K. Paugborn as chairman.
Riftes for Congress.
Qi'incy, III., August li. Tho Demo
crats of the Twelfth District havo it
nomluated James M, Biggs for Congress.
Negro Horso-Thiof Killed.
Little Rock, Aim., August C In
telligence was received last night of tho
mortal wounding of Thado Hill, a negro
horso-thlof, who has been a terror to tho
eastern portion of this county for many
years. Ou Thursday Hill stole a vat
uable torso. Thecouittable pursued and
overtook tho. negro. A chst. onsuod?
Tho oftlcer llred two frnlUws" shots "ii
the fugitive, who finally abandoned th
animal and took to tho woods: and es
caped. Tho oillcer secured a warraut
aud found Hill In a cabin surrounded by
firearms, while tho otllcer was reading
tho warrant, Hill seized a pistol and
snapped it at tho oillcer, who tired threo
times at tho negro, mortally wounding
hun, tho shots taklug effect In his side,
shoulder aud back.
THE WOltK OF TWO HKLTES.
A Wharf boat Watchman Sets a Wicked
Dog: on a Boy.
Si, l.orrs, Mo., August o Au out
rage was perpetrated early this morning
on the wharlboat foot of Washington
avenue. Robert Burns, a lad of four
teen, w ho, he says, has been lately iu tho
employ of a circus, was standing on tho
wharf waiting for a frioud, when the
watchman of the boat brutally ordered
him off. Tho boy began to expos
tulate, when the latter called a
huge dog aud set him on the boy. The
resti t, as stited by Dr. Priest, of tho
City Dispensary, was that the calf of the
boy's leg was half chewed away by tho
dog. His cries brought assistance, aud
he was taken iu a wagon to tho dispen
sary, when his wounds were cauterized
and bandaged, after which am ambu
lance conveyed him to the hospital. Ho
could not walk. The boy's home Is iu
IIE CAK.II T HIE MK IIOIIK
And Put Him Where He Can Be Used foi
the Ben-fit of the Race.
N'nw Ymuk, August ii. A Time special
correspondent at Loudon telegraphs thai
Professor Beitch, who has been expi rl
nientiug ut Marseilles with cholera nil
crobes, on dogs, claims to have discuv
ered a method of studying the microbe
alive in the microscope, and of intalllb!)
determining the gravity of the disease
at any stage. The value of this discover)
must bo very great in treating the dis
Lost His Major and. Thr.-w Away Uin
Alton, III., August 'I. C. E. Krell, a
young cigar-maker, was fouud dying this
nioruiug, the result of a dose of rat poi
son taken with suicidal intent. He died
a short time after being discovered.
Krell made a trip to Chicago last week,
and was taken in by some of the city's
sharpers to the extent of about 1 ,0-jo.
This loss weighed heavily on his mind,
aud since his return he has been morose
and frequently expressed a determina
tion to kill himself. No other cause for
this act is known or can lie discovered.
Krell leaves a widow, but no children.
WILL l'KOHAULV FAIL.
General Patrick to be Retained in Spito
of th-a Politicians and Saloon
Keepers. Dayton, ., August 0. This is the
third day of tho Patrick investigation.
More witnesses were examined, showing
more cruelly in the treatment- of Inmates
of tho House. A verdict is anticipated
that the sub-oilicers will be ousted and
Killed His Child.
Tuov, X. Y., August !. In a quarrel
with his wife last Sunday evening, James
Maste-rsou threw a belt at her. It missed
the wife, but struck uu infant aliout a
year old in her arms. The buckle at
tached cut the child's head.. Tho gash
was not supposed to be serious, but the
child appeared to suffer and symptoms of
high fever appeared, and to-day the little
one died. No action has yet b.'en taken
by the authorities.
Horse Thieves in Kansas.
Ci.av Ci.Ninii, Kas., August (!. Sev
eral valuable horses have been stolen in
this vicinity recently, and farmers arc'
organizing to protect themselves. On
the night of tho -d two Norman-l'er-cheon
liilies were stolen from the farm
of Henry Avery, near Wakeiield.
Jay Gould Resigns the Presidency oi
Niiw Yui;k", August d. At a meeting
of the Directors of the Wabash Company
to-day the plan of reorganization proposed
by the sub-committee, published some
time ago, was unanimously appro ed.
Jay Gould resigned the Presidency and is
succeeded by j. F. 4oy, of Detroit. It is
the intention of Joy to proceed to Europe
to confer with the bond and stockhold
ers, aud secure their aceepance of tho
Illinois Soldiers in Camp.
SriiiNCMi-.i.n, III., August r. The en
campment of the Second Briga le, Illi
nois National Guards, began this morn
ing with the tiring of the morning gun.
Between '.',000 and 3,0ot) men havo re
ported for duty. A light rain began fall
ing about noon and drove tho soldiers
from tho parade grounds to their tents.
Tho encampment promises to be better
than any proceeding one.
PuiiTs.MOiTU, N. II., August il. Lieu
tenant Greely's cottage, ou Seavey's
Island, in the harbor, Is being fitted up,
and will be ready for occupancy soon.
A California B'.azj.
Ian Fkanitsi'm, Cal., August 0. Fire
this iih ruing destroyed the building and
contents occupied by the Schmidt's Label
and Lithographic Company, and Tatum
and Boweu. The loss Is estimated at
ti: l i-:u is a r 1 1 1 o mt h v i t i k s.
Tho cholera is rapidly dying out iu
Negotiations between Franco and Chi
na have been broken off.
Tho Commons voted a credit of 300,.
000 for tho relief of Gordon.
Tho joint session of tho French Parlia
ment Is an uproarious affair.
T An old man and a newsboy were killed
by trains at Leavenworth, Kas.
An estcuslve fire occured at Akron, O.,
burning a number of frame buildings.
Tho corner stono of the Bartholin
statue pedestal ou Bedloo's island was
At tho Birmingham demonstration John
Bright declared tho dlvluo right of peers
Karl Granvlllo refused tho request of
Marquis Tseng to mediate uetweon
France and China.
It has beeu decided that Justices of the
Ieaco in Iowa can not try offridert
against tho liquor law.
IN THE PASTRY
Ynnlll.i.I.i-iiioii.Oi-iiiizr, elc, flavor CnUra,
ri-aiii..l'u,l,ii,u.....vr.,, ih-llruli'lyuiiil nut-iii-ullyii
Hit- i i nil i'i i.ih uhlt-h tln-y lire nliulr.
FOB stki:n;tii ami tiiue fiilit
FLAYOIl THEY STAND ALONE.
PRPRED Br THI
Price Caking Powder Co.,
Chicago, III. 6t. Louis, Mo.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Dr. I'ri "c Jdijiiiliii Yeast Gems,
IS. -si Hry Hop Yl-llt.
Fen Ziuii.z..jz ," G-iocsiras.
WL JLIKE lifl oSE QUALITY.
Tlu Fothle Grow Strong
.VI... i, ll..ritr.l.a lnnwi.-h l'.lrtrti I it IWt-,1 lA lir.V
m.iti H- nilliiti'm (if tin.' f "1 ami t-nridi tlio
tii'iou. lii(i:-.,,c.-niiii, lie- eriu-i unaiueiu i.j uu ii' ijui
ciliim "!' eW'-nitih liv tho w-ak. is an ailment
which Ir.hiUi Iv iu-,-iiuvs to thu lu'tion nf ltii in
fallible corr-:tlvi!. uf fl-U ami appMlte,
Li lure; tn li en, mi 1 trrowliv eviilcnce of ireiua
turn il"f uy, K'o iipi'i'ili y coiiun rnctcil by the ijreut
lnvU'iira ir. winch h.uc-s up ihe. i hMir.al eiKTi'le
mil fortifies th! cons'itutle.n ngitltist ili'lei-e.
F. r .-n't- by nil Drigirts mul Dealers generally.
Health and Happiness.
CO AS OTHERS
T HAVE DONE.
Are your Kidneys disordered?
wpr, uluir 1 h;i,l Im-.-u k'ivon up t.y n l!St d.Hton) In
Muncy vi.ri; i)i-.'iu'hc n:t rri'Tii my urtuve. tut it
31. Vt. Lfcttntux, Mcctuiuc, luolu, Jlieti.
Are your nerves weak? I
"Kiilii' v W.:t i-iiiv.l in., fr-uu n-rv,:i-i '.Aknew
Jt.art.-r I w.is n..i . tpp. i.-.l to li'-.-." Sir. M. U. 11.
O.wUwiu, to. vhnsti jii M.mitor tliivt-lanu, 0.
Have you Bright'3 Disease?
"Miiner Hurt .-un a mi. h.-n my imlur wajjuat
111-.. ..I...I1 u . . I ...... 1.1... 1.1 I ..
L.ir.'t Wilson, Tettbody, lliuu.
1 Suffering from Diabetes?
U 1.i.l .i.-ll',., , . .7 .,..i.....i..lK...,..lrlhirt
0VtT USf'l. Oivt-.-' aiirn.-C IrilllifMl.ll.i r.-h-f."
IT. l'liillipc. iMUuu, JK.uk too, Vt.
Have you Liver Complaint?
'kiilnry-Wift run il me uf chronic Liver Lw?-t
oftt-r I prim-.l to ihf."
ll.-nry Want, Uto CM. CJth S".it. Guard, X T.
Is your Back lamo and aching?
"KUtti. y-W 'ut, il li. trl.-i iiii' il ino when I mw
liuiiu I had to roll out of t..-il."
0. 11. T.il!:uaii..-pMiln-auko, Wis.
Have you Kidney Disease?
"Ki.lri,-T-W'i.rt rna.K- iih- s. .1111.1 in 11 v, r mid kidneys
ifti-r yivira . f iin.-ni.v. ufiil il... (..? itil-. 1m worth
JW a box."-Sam 1 llodK'i-, tVilluuiton, UuslV.
Are you Constipated?
"KMti.-y-Wort i-au-vs eii-y in n. imtii.iiR and cured
mn ull..r 1.. V.i.rrt 11.- . , I .I'fhi'T lll.-ll li'l Ilt'1. "
.N. Ison Hui clulJ, St. Allium, Vt.
Havo you Malaria?
"Ki ln. t.u.ti li.'.s il i iti r ii. in any omcr
renifdy Thavu t-vt-r u.-.. .1 i-i iov ini.'tl.'-."
lu li k l Inil. s.,ulli Hro. VL
Aro you Bilious?
TTI.lnpv-W m t Inn d.-nonio nioro kr.'Od tltua any
oth'-r rtiiii'dy I l. ivu imt ink. n."
Jir.. J. 1. Iillll-IH HJ , IUI, UltKUIl.
Are you tormented with Piles?
Kliln'i -t Wort r-m-tnrnllj cuir.l n:t "f lili-dlll
piles. I'r.'W. I'. K I mo r uni!i'..i.l- d it to in.-."
Uco. II. ll .r.1, CasliK-r M. lijuk, Myuratown, ra.
Are you Rheumatism racked?
"Knin. y Wort i-iind in.-, afur I ni ifm-ii up to
dlo Uy I'liyak'iani und 1 li.i.l nuir. m! thirty ycart."
Lluri'ib-o Mulculiii, ts( bath, Hino.
Ladies, aro you suffering?
"K..IM. v-Wort find !" of twi-ulinr tr-'UnlfS of
wvrittlytai" sfuuinj. .Many f in-n-l-. l: and prniw
it." aim. U. Lnuoriuux, Ulo La Uotiv, Vt
If you would Banish Disease
i and pain Health, Take
The Blood Cleanser.
The Weddy Bulletin.
J-,;r Cluls i.f TKX for 3..W. tA naino
a fkrorlta BvwcrlpUon nf en of JM
mt nntxl lld UCWNHflll lX'7illt to U.
inow rftirWI I ' tlii'iiror Hrrwoum vnm
AddrtM DN. WARD A CO., WoWmW M
rrr - iiiiw -rv' rHi utii