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THE DEFENDERS OF ISLAM
Aralri's Position at Mir the
Strongest Y-1 EucounterBd
by the British ,
The Rebels Swa m on Every
Poiu. for a Distance cf
A Decisive Battle Expected in u
Day or Two.
Special Dispatches to Tux Urn.
TUB ENEMY'S POSITION.
KASSASSIN , September 8. The ob
ject of the reconnoissanco made to
day waa to drive out a force of the
enemy reported to have occupied a
village near here , and also to erect
the field telegraph line. The village
was found to bo Jcuortcd , ' out thu
cnemy'a position and earthworks were
discovered on a ridge not far distant.
The euomy appeared in great num
bers , and a brink fire waa opened by
both aides , which continued half an
hour without any eiisu-iltiea. The
horse ot Major Terry , correspondent
of The Army and Navy Gazette , was
shot from under him. While the
English were retiring thu enemy
awarmcd down thci hill and fired at
them. The Egyptians evidently
thought the reconnaissance the be
ginning of earnest operations. The
enemy are giving the Enjjlish more
i'f ' trouble than the latter hud anticipated.
The Egyptians are now in possumon
of four positions , from which thoEug-
liah had driven them.
All of Ar.ibi Paaha'a troops from
Ciiro have buau brought to Tel-el-
Kobir ; also the bhck regiments , which
form the elite of the Egyptian aol-
diory. The enemy is working night
and day tit the entrenchments across
the fresh water canal on his right.
Gen. Wolseley ia in direct telegraphic
communication with London.
While the reconnoitinj , ' parly wore
returning after exchanging lire with
the enemy to-day , a long train was
obaorveo. coming up from the enemy's
camp , probably laden with troops ,
allowing that the enemy waa ready to
moot the English in advance of hio
main pooiticm. No measures have
been taken to conceal the
Englifih movements from the enemy.
Mujor General Willia has arrived
and tuken the command from Clan-
oral Graham , The enemy 1m vu occu
pied u village about two and u half
inilea south of our camp. Tne recon-
noiasanco made yesterday in the vicin
ity of Tel El Kobir revealed to us the
enemy's position from Kurraim to
Tel El Kobir , to the extent of about
five or six miles. The strength of the
enemy at both placea ia now pretty
accurately known ,
IJOKKON , September 8 , A dinpatch
from lomailia eays : It ia reported
that the froah water canal li&s been
cut above I'el-ol-Kebir ' , thus flooding
low lands to the south of that place.
Forty guns from Cairo arrived at Tel-
OAVALUV KE < 'ON.NOISHA.VCE.
, September 8 , The
mounted infantry madn a spirited ro-
connoissance of Mandaraa yeaterday
and oime in contact with the onemy.
Sis of thu latter were killed.
GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS.
UUpatch to Tint Iic > .
< JKKAT DAMAGE 11 V AX JiAKTIIQUAKE.
PANAMA , September 8. The damage -
ago done by the earthquake turns out
greater than was atfirat thought. The
cathedral and many of the largest
buildings were badly injured. The
loaa in the city is estimated at oovcrul
hundred thousand dollars. Several
livea were lost. There ia no commuui-
L cition with Aapinwall either by rail
y or telegram ,
J'EEKCU cmc'EKS AIUI13TEIJ.
September 8. While the
grand cavalry maneuvers were being
conducted by the crown p.'inco yester
day two French oflicers of high rank
in civilian dress wore arrested. They
had been making sketches of the
IVJ.UAUI ; POSTPONED.
BUESLAU , Siiptt-mbur 8. Owing to
hia recent over-exertion the Emperor
William did not leave hia rooms
Thursday. In order to aparo him as
much fatigue ai possible , the parade of
the Sixth army corps has been post
poned until Saturday.
THE COKEAN TltOtllLK SETrLEI ) .
SHANGHAI , September 8. Tno dif
ficulty between Japan and Corea has
boon arranged. Corua has agreed to
pay i'500,000 oa compensation to
Japan , ami ' 50,000 tt > the relatives of
the murdered JupitirBo Bubjecta.
A PAIR OF "PATHRIOFtj. "
They Contract to Deliver the
Irish Vote of PencBylvauia
Special Dispatch to Tun UrK.
Piiii.ADKi.ruiA , September 8. The
Timea will print aong letter to
morrow over the signature of "A. 11.
McClure , " with aovcral letters to sus
tain his position , proving quite con
clusively ttiat prominent members of
the Land Luamiolmvebeen negotiating
for the sale of votes of its members to
Cameron republicans. MuClure says
the proposition to eecuro the Irish
Land League vote for General Beavur
was conceived by John 0 IXilanoy ,
who has long been known as a dealer
in Iriah votes with pi tty uflises , and
cash is his reward. On or about thu
5th of Juno last ho lirst appeared in
Washington , on a mission for
the purchase of Lmd League
leaders. Hu conferred with sev
eral Irishmen , who ho'.d ' subordinate
placoa in the government and are pro
aumed to be willing to accept any
method that promieoa to deliver Irish
votora to Cameron , whether honest or
dishonest. IIu unreservedly declared
his plan and purpose to fully a half
dnzon men , and gave the mime of Mr
Walsh , of Pennsylvania , us thu man
> vho had auugestcd negotiations with
Edward O'Moughor Condon as the
Lmd Loiguci leader moat likely to
make and execute a contract for trans-
fur of the Ij.ind League votes to
Beaver. Delaney proposed to bring
Cjndon and Cameron together to per
fect a contrne1- the basis of the re
moval of Minister Lowell fri.m En
gland , to enable Condon to mislead
the Iridh , and payment of . . liberal
amountt/f money to C nidoii. Delaney ,
after eonDulting with several other
parties , had conferred with Condon ,
About the Hth of Juno they discussed
the whole plan , and the details of
agreement worn then made by which
Cameron and Ddlaney were to secure
the removal of Minister I/Jwull to
give Condon n plea to present to the
Irish. Condon was to bo paid lib
erally for his services in defrauding
the Irish voters , und he wan to be
detailed by Assistant Secretary New
to nominate puhlio inn pec tors at dif
ferent points in Pennsylvania , to en
able him to reach the various Land
League centres with the appearance of
performing official duty. Cameron
was not present when the original
contract waa made , in u general way ,
by Delaney and Condon , but Iblanny
and Condon called on and c inferred
with Cameron the day after , when th
contract nr delivery of the Luiid
League vote to Beaver was perfected in
all the details , and Cameron agreed
to have Assistant Secretary New us-
sign Condon to ostensible duty in
Pennsylvania. In Dnlanoy'a letter ,
dated August 11 , ho tell that ho had
"a very satisfactory interview with
Cameron , " and that Cameron told
him that the day after he left ho had
' 'called on Mr. New and asked for
leave of absence for Condon for the
purpose of helping us , " anu that Now
assured him he ( Condon ) could leave
whenever ho was ready.
After referring to Condon's agree
ment for money , McClure sajs : In
Ilia It tier of Juno 17 Delaney uxpreasss
Condon's greed whenho says " ( Jonuoti
will huvo dollars and cents ns the
paramount L.tereat" On another
point Condon waa particular to guard
against the possibility of any ono
sharing uf his fraud | iiid opoils. D -
lanuy proposed to Condon to confer
with some other trua'.ed men on the
Iriah organization to secure their aid
in the wotk , but Condon anurred Da-
lanoy ho could , with thu removal of
Minister Lowell and satisfactory com
pensation to himself , traiibfnr tlio
Irish Lmd League uf Puinty'vaniu '
bodily to Cameron's candidaU ) tor gov
ernor. The contract win then-foro
consu iimaced with Ed ward O'.Moagher.
Condon , alone , with conditions ill it
Minister Lowell should be nimoved if
possible to start thu lido of Irish enthusiasm -
thusiasm for Arthur and Cameron ,
and that largo sums of money was to
bo paid to Condon in addition to Ins
salary and cfficiil traveling expenses ,
and Cameron was to eojuru Ahsietmt
Secretary .Sow's order assigning Con
don to an indefinite tour of inspection
"Tnesf fact * , " says Mr. MjClure ,
"aro not g von on idle rumor , or
louse statements or recollections ; they
are in my no.ieeasiou as ttworn factt *
and th y > u'u within the knowledge f
6evei\u j.oiujna with whom Ueliiney
conferred at tlio time , and ot several
other perilous to win m , in his pride
at the Hupposod success of his cum- ' ,
.ho detailed the whole facts substan
tially us I havu given them "
Af er giving iho Jetttrn und tele
grams of Lrulunoy and others , j\l Cluro
aUda that in puianance of the c iiuriol
Coud in made with Oameron aim Dh-
laiiev f < r thu traiiH'er ' or tlu > Lind
Lu.iguo'o voted to Cuneron'n candi
date f r governor for u largo payment
of money to himself , Condon lmu born
aisigned ostensibly to impi ctioii duty ,
buf is in leality performing his pirtof
the contract aim.ng tlio Lind Leagues
of the state b 'B'dcs receiving
full pay as an ollicur Condon i
receiving full exponoea for traveling
from thu government , but , as D"lam-j
siyu , "Condon will luvo dollars and
cunts aa u pnrmanunt intertiat , " and
ho is now being largely paid out of
the parry assesinient robhery in addi
tion to his oflicial pay to deceive and
betray thu Lind Lraguu vutiiM int.i
support of thu ' 'hoes" nystem tlut lua
created an almost um.iipolent mon
opily of p'lA-er in thuntuteand nation ,
Thu conviction is irn'Hitiblu that Con
don is simply an Irish speculator in
the votes of nil couiurymiii , und th.it
he is now plajing thu n Iu of .In Ian of
did in thu silo niiil bitr.tyal o [ the
Lind Ljagu.i Fast * and document
proving thu bauu ilecuit , a.id giojd ot
Condon are now in the poiai siiii (
of the Lind L.-aguo of I'min-
p.ylvania. Of its organization and
tribunale I have no knowledge , but I
4 sumo that thu administration ol jus
tice to mfrcoiary traitord and hjpo-
cntes is among ita attributes of au
thority. Thu e\i dunce I Jmvo
presented will be austainod in any
court or before any tribunal whorn
justice aastirts her majesty , nnd I
leave it lit preajnt for the Limi
League members , who luvu been in
sulted and whusit orgtnizition lus
been brought to ilnmiirited reoroajh
to dtcidti wlietlnir Condon shall
henceforth hare fullowihip with lion-
cat Irishniun uf any organization.
Thu pruoi i at hand wlmt will the
Land League of PamiKylvania do
with thu uhmnelfSB betraur of Irish
voters and Irieli integrity ? "
McCluru'd letter is uddrexHod to T
P. O'MaUey , st-crdtaiy of the Central
Hranch Lind Lviigii ) nt Si-ranton , Pa
fnlluro > .
SjKjcia ! Ii > | ittib to till Il
Nijw YOIIK , September 8 Tin re
were 110 failures last week.
S ccUl Di p t-Ii to TUB I ) it.
liiiov.'NHMULK , SuptemberS Forty
eight new cases of fever yesterday ,
and two deaths. Four nevr cases
among the troops at Fort IJrovrn.
THE JUrY OUT.
The Pate of the Stnr Routero
Still in Donbt.
' i DUucrcciuout of thn Jury Expected
| I *
OAP1TA . 'NOTES.
bwd.il ] ll ) | utchoi to Til R linn.
Tllli JUDQE'S UHAUCK.
WANIUNUTON , Spjiicinbrr 8 Tn
thu stur route trial t'lis niotninIu | ( < lgu
WjHo began his charge to the jury.
Every word wns slowly uttered. Thu
charge evidently liK'l been carefully
prepiri'd. Ho rovio-7ed the evidence
given in a brief and clear manner.
The chargu favors ihu governnient'H
case.At the ooncluBJQ'i of the charge
Inucrcoll : itk-d for.in , immt'diato in-
vehtigation ot the b * bery clnuxes.
Huiiklo noted u iMuiber of excep
tion to thu charge. Thu cacu waa
given to th jury ttfmv ' ( " minutes be-
f ofrf-3 o'ulrck. ' *
A receiia waa then taken until C
o'clock , und the jury ordered to report
at that time ,
sun : hciNK.s.
During thu roeess BOIUO of the spec
tators remained in their soita , and
uoinu time before the court reassem
bled thu loom V7UB aliiiont completely
filled with an expectant crowd. John
Dnrfoy ard llordell nut aidu by hide ,
iMiiveuing iu a whisper. Minor and
V.iilu But lic'sidu their couimel , Clou ,
Utnklu. All of them woio n strained ,
anxious expression of c iiiiitoiianco ,
and the glanced furtively a the clock
as tun hour appnuchud. Turner was
Unc-Hicumed , almost suiiling. Other
defendants < rt nor preeent. Shortly
I .if'er the appomiid hour the jiuU'O
i took his Bear , , and Iho jury was sum-
mined. Pending tla-ir apiearanoo |
j i Gun. lirady camu in and stood near
the door. At livu inioutea jiait six
i o'clock the jury was culled An ini-
pnsuivo siluiioo reigned among the
Till ! NTAU UOUTH JUltV.
Shortly after the appointed hour ,
the judge took his seat and thu jury
wai xummoned , Thu olerk inquired :
"Qbiitlmnuii of thu jury , have you
ugri-ed upon u verdict ?
' Forema-i DickBfn Kiiswnro'l , "wo
have not , iixotiiit ai toonodffundant. "
Tlio court : ( "That Will not do , you
had better t ko your seats until the
counsel for thu i/ovurnmont comes in. "
Th'i jury timk seats , Ithss and
Ivur came into court nt Una moment
and were informed of the condition of
all'iird. lilies oaiil ho did not , BOU
what was iixpt-ctoil of the government
o > .untol. Thd court then dirooted the
jury to retiru for iurlhur delibnratlon ,
hwyiim purhups by to-morrow they
Aoutd find another verdict. They
wore cauiioned to beware of "jury
lixoM. " The marshal was directed to
lind biiitablo accummodationa for the
jury during the night , und u rtoens
ukon until to-morrow morning at 10
A call has been issued for a meeting
(4 thi ) AnirriDaii piiblio health asso.
cution , Natiunni board uf lualtli und
various main boards of health , to bo
held -it IiiJiunapolia , October 18th , to
o ( Haider thu rjiication of holding a
medical exhibition iu 1883.
Sudden Dnntb Kt Carroll , luwn.
Hpucl.l 1) Bintil , to TilK 1IK.
UAUIUILL , Iowa , September 8
Airs .1. W. Nye , of this city , daughter
of Judge Iluliburd , of Cedar Uapida ,
died this morning of pneumonia. Her
remains will bj buried at Cedar
Tlin Colorado Pool.
DUjuich to Tux II n.
CiuoAoo , Soptumber 8. The Chicago -
cage railroads which oumpeto fur Colorado -
orado huiinusH to-day agreed to
continuo pre-aont rates until the next
mooting , October C. Tney instructed
Ntw Vurk MgBiita to stop cutting , un
der penalty uf removal.
THE DIVIDED DISTRICT.
The Issue Squarely Hade Between
Railroad Monopolies and
tlio Masses ,
A Retrospect ivt ) Rwiow of the
Republican Convention nnd
Valentino ' * Rump.
Wholesale Purchase of Pledged
Delegation ! * With Union
Pnciflo Money ,
The People cf Merrlok County
Treacherously Betrayed by
Burfc Oouuty Votes Publicly
Sold on the Streets by
While til o FriiiuA i f Sunatii Frum
Blnlr JulitH the Herd tit the
Doreoy Digs Ilia Political Grave nnd
OrtiwlB Into It.
Dlltorlal CorroponJonco otTbo lire.
FnuiiOMi Nob. , September 8
Wluiin the goda wish to destroy they
first ninko mad. The doopor.Uo cll'orc
to Foist Valentino upon the people of
this district and state for a third tunn
and thii corrupt methods to which ho
and his honchmou hnro roaortcd uru
auro to und in his drfont in Novom-
: > ur. Tlio outcouio of the contest hero
s already known.
Two republican candidates are now
n the field , the ono representing the
lonoat unbought sentiment of the
larty , the ether the pliant tool of a
> iant monopoly elevated to power and
ih'co by bribury and political spoils.
The inuinspring of Valentino's nm
cliiuo is the railroad. On the train
loming from Omaha to Fremont I
witnessed the disgraceful spectacle of
i district judgn disponi-ing free ridoa
; D delegates supposed to bo friendly to
Valentine. Thu conductor hud n gen
eral order lo take the judgo'a direc
tions an to whom ho should p.iss , und
their hats were chalkod. At Fremont
iho railroad ayont and all the gravel
trains were employed to carry tlio
Diidgo county primary for Valentino ,
and the railroad employes were on
hand to bulldoze delegates who were
deposed to opnoso him. With nil
this powerful iulluenco , Valentine
could not have made a decent showing
liad it not beou for the treachery ,
uowardice and venality of partiea wno
came hure under plodgaa to oppose
i'liin. For inrtanco , Murrick county
is intensely anti-monopoly , and Val-
online can hardly muster a corporal's
guard there. Tlio delegation were
loud in their pledget ) of loyalty
to this sentiment , but they
cumo here handicapped as supporters
ot Porsinqor for congress , llad they
been lionti&t nnd sinceru in their pro
fessions they would naturally have
associated and acted in cuncprt with
the oilier opponents of Valentino , but
like the man whom they professed to
support they were merely shamming
and working hand and glove with the
monopoly faction nnd finally went into
Valentine's rump convention and
bound themselves to nupport him.
Their opokescnnn , Hosteller , who ex-
poctn to bo re-elected to the legisla
ture , was playing shut.loonck and
luttlcdoro between the two camps.
Puningcr himself wan simply playing
his part of stool pigeon to Valentino ,
which was no doubt cut out bv'Diura.
ton as hia proper role.
Hurt county elected a delegation
that was , with ono exception , out
spoken at homo ngainst Valentino I
was anib/od to find their chairman go
ing about tlio streets of Fremont
offering the delegation for Bale like a
ln-rd of cuttle lo the highest bidder.
' Valentino is offering us ono hundred
votca for our man VVhitu for
Htitto treasurer , outsidn of the com
bination. Now what can wo rely
upon from the friends of Oronnsi' "
"Wo nro friendly to Crouuso , bill
wo want to Know what wn im > yoing
to cot for our man WlnUJY"
Up to noon lliis barter nnd silo wns
openly curried on , Air. Iltpawull
had almost pttraundod himself to file
the cri-duntials of linrt county with
tho. chairman ot tlio congressional
committee , Judyu I1 oniibo , but nud-
dimly ho wheeled round and inarched
otl to the Valentino camp , where he
rouuiinod to the end , Valentino's
promises for White were evidently too
tempting for Hurt county ,
Tlio most contemptible and coward
ly piece of treachery was that of Hil
ton who deserted and wont over into
tlio Valentino campwhore ho natural
ly belonged. The conduct of this
venal fraud ought to forever deprive
him of further support from the people
plo of Washington county , Ilia light
lor Crounsu at homo was simply to
beat the ether fellows. Just as soon
as the first opportunity offered ho
jumped over into the railroad camp ,
whuro ho was welcomed with
open arms. In contrast with
this treachery was the conduct of Mr.
Sollok , of Washington county , who
remained true to his colon ) from first
Had the delegation from Washing
ton county maintained u bold front
and [ one heartily into the fight
the loroea under Valentino would
Ituvo been compelled to capitulate.
Some men have a great knack for
blundering. George W. E. Djraoy ,
who has been prominently mentioned
is a candidate for governor , commit
ted political suicide yesterday by vol
unteering his services as an active
lenchiiiuu for Valentine. It was
currently reported that Doreoy had
pnclcod the Dodge county prlnmion
for Vnl , but I had refuted to credit ii ,
and Dorsoy stoutly denied that ho had
taken n hand , in the tight. Ilia con
duct to-day confirm * the report. In
stead of discreetly keeping out of the
fight , lorsoy for once in his life became
came n bold warrior. Ho waa about
the streets encouraging the Valentine
strikers and finally put his immo to
the document that was need to fur
nish Valentino a protest for refuting
to submit to the legitimate call issued
by the chairman of the congressional
committee. This stupid step cooked
Dorauy's ' ROOBU with nil Crounso men
.uid the opposition to Valentino.
They now regard him as n link of the
Valentino nauongo and will fight him
to the bitter enu. Some of the per
formances of the Valentino acrobats
nt the opera house were very amusing
and instructive. Ono ot thusn politi
cal clown/i / by the name of Uobcrtson
declared political reform to bo a hum
bug The only reform ho wanted was
of the kind that would give the fel
lows who picked the primaries and
convention the spoils of otlico.
Ho tried tn win applause from Val'a
followers by blackguarding lloaowator.
If I remember correctly , I have a letter -
tor in my drawer from the same fol
low , written in the summer of 1870 ,
in which ho denounced and abused
Frank Welch , and asks THE Uun to
support him for congress. The most
coimpiouoUB flguro and chief hui-lor in
the rump Uiat nominated Valentino
was that eminent census return forger
and land ollico fraud , Peter
Sohwenck , und ho was nbly seconded
in his uppl.tuso of blackguard nr.itory
by that bnnmclo of b.inmelos , J. W.
It wna eminently in accord with the
eternal fitness of things that Pear-
man , barnacle and D. Ii. and Gen.
Ilnhorla , bummer nnd D. U. should be
MI deck nhouting themselves hoaaao
for our Val. It is also eminently
proper for the U. P. to proi ido this
class of scalawags with annual passes ,
while merchants , mechanics and farm-
era have to piy four cents a mile.
General UrjolclnB Over tuo Nomina
tion ol JudKO Weaver.
Special ll ) p tci ) to Tun linn.
liuovvNViLLt : , Nob. , September S.
The people of Brownvillo indulged
n a grand blow-out in honor of the
lominationof Judge Weaver , of Falla
3ity , for congressman from this dis-
riot. Bonfires , the firing of a cannon ,
guns , nnd every available sort of fire
works , commingled with the frequent
cheers for Weaver given with a will ,
showed that our people approve
loartily of the nomination. The pre
cinct's first choice for governor
was Hon. R. W , Furnas. In spite of
llowo money liberally distributed , wo
qavo Furnaa a good oloan majority in
; his precinct , nnd the demonstration
to-night , which was not participated
in by Ilovro'o followoro , waa not outdone -
done cvon by the demonstration two
yuara ago. TJiia also attests our recog
nition of the wisdom of Iho choice of
the convention nt Nebraska city last
A BIK Hull or Bill * .
Hjicdal Dls.nntcli ( ( > Tim Dm.
MiNMKAi'ouH , September 8. At
Winncpeg this morning two si rangers
entered the Merclmnto bank and dur
ing tlio temporal y absonoo of the tel
ler secured posucbsion of $10,000 in
Liills. No ono Haw the men near
enough to bo able to identify them ,
md the uuthoritioa are all at Hoa as to
lioiv the tnoiuiy that was taken. The
billu not iK'ing of any particular ban ! : ,
there wai no tvuy of identifying it.
Fualal Satuiioo ,
Siioclal DUpatcli to Inn Him.
SAHATOUA , September 8 , At the
social Bcienco convention papers on
Factory life nnd advocating the restric
turn of ten hours for a day's work
were read , A paper on the civilisa
tion of American Indiana , by Mies
Fletcher , was accompanied by a young
Indian girl from Omaha.
FoiiUiylvanlu Republican ! '
Dujnlch tolim llrit
Piui.Aiini.i'iiiA , Bejtombor H , The
political mooting held hero with cloned
doom waa attended by leading morn
hero of the nidopiindont republicans
und iiomo prominent Btulwartn , for the
purpose of having a compromise ef >
footed by thn witlidr-uvnl ot lieavor
und the imbdtitntion of u republican
lii.o lOd wurd T , Steel , of this city.
Oinvn Biiur' * Lmite of ! Alt > -
Ujiiilal Dl.pati.li to Til JUi.
YAJIKTOX , September K. liravo
Ftear , thu Sioux Indian who was to
huve boon hung on the lHh for the
miirdor of Johnson , near Fort Sully ,
has bcoii granted a second respite of
sixty dnya , (
Epochl llUjiatcli to fu licit.
HUSTON , Koptember 8.- The presi
dent urrivud at Murblehoad this morn <
J'llII.Mitl.l'llM , Haiteiuber | 8. The cu
( 'lnetT curpduf ttie navy tu-tils'lit made ar
nin oiiiuut/i / lo civil l-.ii liii't'r Melville a
reception next Friday owning , at the Cuu-
tiucuUl 1 Intel ,
I'mi.Aiiei.riiiA , Keptuuiber . The did-
covuiy nl for ) , " ) v an wull an theft iu tliu
iccordof Major I'lilpiw , was further ileu'l
ju'l ' to-day liy prvHCiitutlon of the clalmu
iiu euppe tJ e aum ouse , it <
b > ok l.ows tlie claim haj lieeu paid untl
the name of tliu firm foiled.
SA.S FltANilht'O. Kepteinbor . A e r
contalnliit ; lclc chluamen , iiunurtd tohuvu
vollowfuver wcru mot at Autluch , Cmtra
Coata county , taut ulglit , by health ollicfrx
of tlio ttatu and city , and nwltched olT.
Thin luurnlmr thu cars WIIB thoruuiflily ex
amined and mi yellow fuver found on
loard. TJiu Chliianica hu'l hoeii dhchurtfod
: rein railroad uervlce. nuKeilni ; from ax up ,
ncapaclty aiul malaria ( over , of whlvli
our died during the trip. The Hurvivoru
ramu to thin city this morning.
riaroto got RHOKS for your chlldtcu w
at tlio popular Rloro of
HEIMROD & DORF/iANH'S ,
l.'itli and Jackson Street * .
That It coats u < nothing for rcnttn onr boot
mid dhoo dcpartmrnt , anil it cnnliloi
UFI to sell HOOTS A SHOKS
cheaper than the cheapest.
Bring iu Your Little Ones ,
and itart them to ftchonl with good nuoos.
CHKAl' I CHF.AP 11 OIIKAV 111
( Successors to Fred Lang. )
WHOLESALE & RETAIL i
Dur success ia duo to our Rood goodn
and low figuroa. Woalwaya keep
FRESH STOCK ,
consequently onr customers can pur
chase of us only fresh goods.
WE SELL EXTRA
$4,50 per 100.
la the only Hour that givoa gonor.il
satisfaction , and wo daily roceiyo
proofa from our customers
Doing the only pure and healthy arti
cle in thin market , and which ia
recommended by the most
cololobratod chonnata. Wo
Wo keep CALIFORNIA SUGAR ,
which ia pronounced to bo the
purest article ) over brought
to this market. Wo alao
keep the b nl. branda
of 8YRUPS and
& Dormann ,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
WINE AND LIQUOR
Wo keep but pure nnd healtay coeds ,
free from any adulteration. Fainiliua
uiiiiK ouch goodd for medical purposes
should give UH u call. Wu make apo-
OLARET , . "ANGELICA ,
POJiT , SHERRY.
\Vu also keep fine lots of 'imported
These goods you can buy of us fresh
and cheap. Wo always keep the
best quality of
And all ether varieties in largo quan
la cordially invited to give us acull , an
wo can assure all satisfaction.
HEIMROD & DORMANH ,
Corner 13th and JfcckaonSU.
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