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THE i)AlLA UAIUO HULLELls; fciilDAY AlOliNlNiJ, JANUARY 12
TRYING TO HOLD DOWI
HTyt ARL WKINQ POWDEI
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
If! S1 000. Given
Ii alum or any injurious substance ciin be found
InAndrpvV Ten rl Baking Powder, la po.
tlvtly PURE, Being endorsed, and testimonial,
received Ironi aueh chemists as S. Dana Hay, Bo,
ton; M. Delafomalne, of Chicago; and Gustavm
Bode, Milwaukee. Never sold In bulk.
P r. AMnorw3 x rr
45 Michigan Ay.
2S7. 2bS21E, Wau-r
Every Coraot Is warrituted etuis
fctory to its wearer iurvwry way,
- or the money will be retunded by
the person from whom it v. an bout hi.
The nnly Corset pronoir.co.l by n-.ir If n ' 'it pliyslefant
not injurttiu. to lijrtuarer, .n(l.n'li 1 i J l'V Imtl.a as
he " moot iMiufortable and pafeet flttii.K C mwt uor
I'RI(T.S,by Mull, I'o.tasf I'uMl
Health Frcaervlnir. 1.50. fceir..J1ntlna-, 91.50
Abdominal (rxlrn heavy) (3.0ft. Nursing, 1.60
Healtb Prwervlnn; IBne r-nutlh ,00. rraoa
f klrt-uipurtln. .tfi..
Fur enl by Irailins Hiotull D'-alcr. everywhere.
CUlt VOU COltSLT CO.. t iitcaKO, 111.
Hoatetter's Stomach Bitters iflvc sti-adlnesi to
the nerves, Induces a he llhv, natural fl iw of lilif,
prevents com-upattun without unduly purging the
bowels, Kt'ntly timaUta ihe circulation, anil by
promoting a vibumuk condition of the ohvical
'im. promotes, also, that cheerfuluesa which la
the truest Indication of a wdl-baUuced condition
of all ttii" animal p iwers.
Kor aale by all druggists and dealers generally.
kfcrt ll;tt finger
a o.irticle of the Balm
iito t;i noptrll ; draw
iliu tl(.. m will bo
H.Y'X'lir.A ! HAhM
flctuailv cif'uoea the
un'fil ri'i'i of ( a
'errlial v.ru, caurli.ir
hea t v deer' t'oi.a. al
;an tnfiim&tion, ini,
ern thH me:nl,rna
fr ad.Vtloual colila,
eoKpli telv b'.ala the
ro a n I r'torea tha
MDfe of ii-i" and
Llf jeT ELV'S
C?P AM RL,Vvu
a me t inLeilclal re-
aulU are ri!.zbd by a few riiHrmllon. "i tlior-
oti;h treatmett at directed wl.l cJrc l a ar.h, liar
Agree abii tit rf. 1
n.VEOUALKU FOR COLD m the HEAD.
Taa Ban baaa'ted an enviab' roputat ou wbar
ert.f known, fifp aclug al! oth' r tTi);:aratlotja.
KK OOSIZCD AS K ONUBHKI?I.I)ICijV'HT
Hold br d"iifjrlt at 5 -ut. (in feti t of
price wl I mall a packae Hend l"r circular con
taiuluir fil mfor na-'on 'nd ru.l bie tui'lmMulals.
Ei.YCUKAM BALM CO..Uweo, N. T.
GOLD KEDAl, PAEI8, 1B78.
Th most popular sweet
Chocolate In tho market. It
lo nutriUoua end palatable i
u rnxtloular luvonto with
children, and a moat excel
Icut timcle for fuuiUy use.
Tht pent'lne is ttampotl A,
German, lttirrhemir, Mam,
iM-wiirv of imlfiitiuna.
Sold lijr Crocera Mcr!bM.
f. BAFER & CO,, Dorcticstcr, Mass,
tS r A ei'k made at home by the Indna
U' J ' ri.nm. Beat Dua ne now before the
-r , uh,(:' Capital not needed. W
fJ I jjjwlll naM you Men. women, boyi
p Kin. luci' ii n'rniiiifl.'flTo wora
lorua rvnwi-ttie tune, Yoa ran
work lo apr'e time, nr irtvn tour whole time to the
bna oei. no other hU"inee win ) aj you nuarij
a well No or e can fall to make eri'itrnoua pay,
bena(relii(!at once. Coa'lv ouitt and term free
Money made lat, eaally, and konorahly, Addreaa
THUS 10., AUtftiala, uainu
P CELEBRATED IJj
Tucksdat Evksivo, Jan. 11, 1893.
The weather in clear and cold. Heavy
ice is running out of thu Mieu'esippi aud
should thu present temperature continue a
few days the Ohio will be closed. Cairo is
at present the head of navigation and St.
Louis freight for the south is brought here
by rail and reshipped.
Tho market is quiet and firm without
material change in any department.
FLOUR More quiet and market unset
tled. Holders aro generally strong in
their views but the movement has been
checked by the advance noted in our last.
Choice is very scarce, none on tho market,
and set's readily 4.75.
HAY Receipts are smaller but there is
no improvement in the demand. Prices
CORN Corn the supply is light and
market Arm. Prices on white.are shaded
in favor of sellers.
OATS Tho market is firm, with fair
stocks and prices a shade higher.
MEAL Steady and unchanged.
BRAN Scarce and excited. Prices are
firm to-day at 72J75c. in sacks.
BUTTER Choice northern roll is in
good demand at outside quotations. Other
kinds are dragging.
EGGS Market Arm and receipts light.
Prices have atendeucy to advance.
CIIICKENS-We note a good demand
and few in market; there has been no re
ceipts for several days.
TURKEYS Very scarce and command
ready sale on arrival at high prices.
APPLES The market is bare of choice
for which there is an active inquiry.
POTATOES The demand and supply
are about equal, bcth are good,
SalGB and Quotations.
NOTKi The prlcea Bore jjiten are for ea)o from
flret handa In round lota ' Ad advance ir
charged for broken lotatn flUtagnrder.
X)tarloua gradee 8 a"2 no
100bhl fancy 4 90
80 bhla family ... . 4 10
80'bble fancy 6 0
oOCbblerhnlce 4 76
1'ObbleXXX S ROffiS 74
150 bb f . patent 5 9'.uii8
5 car a choice....,,..
1 car red top
S car good mixed
i cara prime
1 car prairie....-
3 cara mixed In bulk 45
2car white In bulk - 4447
1 car choice In bulk 30
7 cara In bulk 88
So. 2 Hed, oer bit 80
No. st Modtteraneau OA
81 hhNCIiv la lots 3 i).ti 0
500 bbla City 2 35
1 rar rk , T2
1 car f acka 75
3m ponnda Souther-. Illinois roll. 17;20
5 "0 muud Northern roll jh
5'H) nound Bonthern Illinois roll 1H40
5 0 pounds cnoice Northern roll l 'li
4 coopaiatge choice jj 0018 00
50 1 ponnda dreaaed .. .. 13J114
i coopa M .....,. U 00
8 coops mixed
4cuopeyounKand old ,
. I 502 75
Wbbla fancy BenDavIa 4 00
8 1 bhla choice Wineepe 8 758 6
50hb)efiincv Home Beauty ..3 75Jt 0'i
120 bhla common .' w)k. 50
Slack packed fruit 90: to 1 oo eia
Northern Pai'h Blows per bitah 70W.TB
Houthuro lllr. I'each Blows par both 60&tf
Nortboru P. B. per btil fir,
Boutneru Ilia par bhl loo
.10 do rabbit ,. Ts-il (
U)dof wild ducka 1 354 M
Per barrel.... , jj.j i
B. C. llama ...
Clear aidof , , ,,
. . in
8t Johtin a- ftfl
Ohio Itlvcr 1 (k
4'i hnsliul hiir)'S ,,. J
S huahol ' ,. .. , I A
Peaches, halve antf quarter ,. 45
Choice navy ....
Choice medium .
Dry b'llni choice...
Oreun Hail ,
Plum 0 rue 11
Sheep f'ulte, dry ,.
aheert I'. Il. irri'.'n.
Good 1 uk
ow L nf
Medium Leaf, .,
(J01 i Leaf
. 1 5oy. 5 1
4 7M '
, t Vi 7 '(
, 7 ft'Xil. 8 1'
RATKt OK KKI'IOIIT
OrH'n Hay Flour I'" k
Vcwt. Vcwt. W bbl, r.v
Meephle. Ili lft no '
i vOrVan. 17 VJ 8fi 51
flelena, Ark S7l4 4 0'
Vlcksburg 2i i' 0
Wa 8) 110 ,IK
Au Inland Sea of Oonsiderabla Kaafiii
tuda Par to the West of Albert
The existence of another pquutorh'
lake iu cntrul Africa, fur to tint "irst nf
Albert Nvanza, rumors of wliieu have
reached Europo from time to time sineu
Sir Saiuuel linker's first journey, i
ao;ain repotted. Mr. F. Lupton, e;i'ivor.
nor of the Egyptian province of U:lir-ol
Ghnzel, writes from his station, D.-hm
Siber. on tho 27th of July, to the ell't'Ct
that RnfalAgn, Hservunt of his, on hi re
turn from an expedition toward the Welle
told him thnt ho nnd somo of tho mem
bers of tho expedition hnd seen n preat
lake in tho country of the Barboa, n
powerful copper-colored tribe, clothed
with a peculiar grfias cloth (of which
Mr. Lupton seml h specimou In his let
ter). Mr. Lupton pmiieroil that tho po
sition of the lake was in about latituJo
3 degroes 40 minutes north, and longi
tude 23 degrees east, and that it wna
quitu as large n9 Victoria Xyana'i.
When tho weather permits tho Barboas
cross tho lake in large open boats mado
out of a single tree, the voyage taking
three days; and thoy obtain from the
people living on the western side (their
own oountry being east of the lake) ar
ticles of European manufacture, 6uchas
blue beads and brass wire. Mr. Lup
ton adds Rafal Aga's own account of
his route to the lake. Startod from
Dchm Bokeer, inarched six days south
west to Zariba-el-Doulob, then four
days south-southwest to Bengler; four
days southwest to Zeriba Warrendema;
six days southwest by wetto the Bahr
Makwar, which he crossed after visiting
several very largo islands inhabited by
a pooplo who call themselves Basango.
The Makwar is called by the Arabs
Bahr-el-Warshal, and joins tho Welle,
but is a much larger stream; both flow
in a wcst-souihwost direction. After
crossing the Makwar Rafal marched ten
days south-southwest and reached the
house of the 'sultan' of Barboa, by whom
he was well received The lake is situated
four days' ruareh to the southwest of the
sultan's residence. Mr. Lupton con
cludes by saying: "I feel I sliould not
be doing right in keeping, dark this in
formation, which, when looked into by
competent persons, may throw som""
light on the famous Congo and W'e!lo
rivers. I believe that the Weiio tlws
into the Jake discovered by R ial Aga
and that the stream which is said to
flow out of the lake prob&bly joins the
Congo." Mr. Lupton is engaged in pre
paring n map of his province and was
about to start in a few days on a jour,
ney to a country callod Umbungu, sumo
fifteen days' march to tho we.tof Dchm
"Ta'ce. oh boatman, thrloe thy fco,
Take I tt e It willingly,
For Invisible to tl.ne
Spirit j twain have crofsed tvitb mo."
"Can you give me a day's work?"
asked a pour woman of a well-to-do ma
tron. "You look very delicate," said the
lady. '-I need some one to wash, but
you do not seem strong enough for the
"Oh. yes'm; only try m i and you will
see. I have been sick and got" behind
hand, and my children need bread; be
sides, Charlie will help carry the water
and lift the tubs," concluded the woman
"Who is Charlie?" asked the lady of
"My husband, ma'cm," was the low
Tho woman was engaged, and did her
work well, but there wnisomething that
troubled the mistress of the house groat
ly. As snon a she left tho kitchen the
woman would call Charlio, and she
would hear her voice talking and laugh
ing, and holding converse with some
one, but w hen she went into the room
thero would be no one there. Tho water
was carried, the tubs nil lifted into their
places, but the slight woman who wash
ed was tliO only person who was visible
When Ihe lady'ot thf house paid hci ;,e
(aid, "Call your hiiibaiid; I would like
fo seo him.
"He wouldn't conic, ma'am," said the.
woman simply.' 'Xo one ever sues him
"What doyou mean?" askod thelndy
"Why, nji'atn. Charlie is dead him
self, but his spirit comes aud helps mo;
how could I work this way if it didn't?
I could DO Lioiu iii'L one of those tubs ( f
v ater alone than you oould, rnu'nm!
lie's cotne ever since 1 was sick and
helped mo that way."
The compassionate lady placed anoth
er coin with those she had already giv
en. "For Charlio and tho children,"
she said, with tears in her voice, and
she saw afterward that tho siok and
weariod mother was bolpod by living
But there must be many people bear
ing burdens greater than they aro ablu
to, who tre h''pcd and m,c stronger
by invisible tfuidos-ihe memory of somo
dead Charlie, who lifts unso'en the
heavy load, with whom they conimuno
as they work! How would the dull rout
ine of daily life bo glorified, could wo
for one moment see tho nngol helper at
our sideP When the pious monk left his
duties to go out on a deed of mcroy, bo
returned to Hnd all his homely work
done, and for one moment ho saw In
tho door of his cell his Blessed Master
smiling upon him! It may be only a
vague theory, the delusion of i sick
brain ami thoro is an inliulto suduens
iu it but surely
"It 1 a beautiful belief
That ever round our bends
Aep. lioverltiKon tmuel wlnu-a
Tho "pu lta of the dead.
To frfl thnt unseen hands wo rlnsu
V lille feet unheard are (rtherin round,
To know l hut we in lullli rimy kiiikV
LVIeatlal pimids from lleiiv'enly round."
Detroit Frr Van.
'MM, n Airy
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Store Tli root. .Su riling. Nh-iiI,ib, liruUee.
III,,',,. MviitiU. '' t Itllra,
ami a i.i, o r ii k it iioiin.v i'tia n aoieh.
Suli bj Ulttififi,'., Hit'l Oaitlur. vvtrvnlittr. frilly Cvblta toll!.
DlidL-ll.Hi. Iu II l,HiijuiKna.
TIIK HI Wll.r. A. VOliH.FIt CO.
(9uoMu.it i 4. uuiLLu CO.) Ualiluurt, at, t.S, a.
Chills and Fever.
rS 'mm oruaae. me
mum ana carriee me
fever oiuot tlifajatem.
It curee when all other
' V r the relief aLd cnte
of thin ditrei"inu die
eai uae blinmoua Llv
The RecilHior will posltlwly enre this U.rlble
disease. We aefteri iiuphulioally -hai we know to
to t rut.
should not bo recarded a trlrlinn allmeut. Na
ture (tumnnils the inmost reuularltv of tne boel.
l'hi;n.'fore ass'st rature by takieg feinimons Liver
Keuulator. It Is harmless, mild and eflcctual.
One or two tablespooiiniia will relieve all thr
troubles Incident to a bilious state, such as Nausea
Dirsiness, Druweluts, Diairese Biter eatiuif. a bit
ter b-id cte tn the mouth.
f'ersona may avoid all attacks by occasional!;
taktuu a uofe of bimuions Liver HonuUtor to keep
ibe liver in btttlthy action.
et.erally arl'iui fnru a disordered atornarh, cat
be corrMCtl by tak;ui? Simmons Liver IteijuleUir.
lmmoBa Liver Feculat rsoon eradlcatea this ills
eat -from tttc s stun:, lenvini the earn c)ar aud
In.i irom all iu.purlties
Children sufferlmr with colic soon experience re
1'ef when .Nimruons Liver heua ator is idminteter
ed. Auu'itu also derive greut beueUt fron. tbl
meiletne. It is not unpleasant: it is harmless
and eli'tctlva. Puiely veui tubla.
Most of ihc diseases ot the bladder orlMnate from
those of tLe kultisva. ltes'ore Itie acrlciu of the
livm lull mduuiQ iliv kiduet aud biaCder wiii
iVTake only the cmu!ne. which alwaya has on
ttic wrapper the red L trade mark and signature ot
J. II. ZE I LIN Ac COh
For sale by all druaylsie.
An Only Daughter Cured of
When death wa hottrlv t n. ectsd. all remodlna
hav i, ( fulled, and Dr II .lainea was exierimit
inj wim tt'C tnai.y i erb of raicutta. be accir'i'nt-
made a p ennra' on h rh cured b son v chi'il
ot CoPrnuiD io 11 s i hi d is n w in th a r .in.tr
aud erj hhk ih b-et if hi- lih. He has tuoved te
tnc woiiit tb-it C i.utir rti,,n can te positively and
I ernnne tly cred The dipt r now elves Ms
Hccipo f.te only a-ki ,w tw.i throe cent aiamna to
pay expenses Th s h- rh ulsocnres ni,'Hi sweats,
nausea at t e sinniach. and wl 1 hre.kti pa tiefh
oo: l In te' tv I 11 r ho.trs. Addre-a Craildo'.k
Co.. 10 .a Kuco a rent, Puilude phia, earulim this
t ie n-iKthe met iiviiK-i f m:v,!Mff ntniiar in"iilluy
ir.lu-fi.,i;i ii,v.M.,.ei,(lf at in r 4. tfMju.jr it). ,ro t Ii-b I : i.ar i a
i. i' n ui".innre"i ti,e i-n- 1 .,f -. .,ni.inmi ntniiAi of the
tiiih. 10 1.1 (X)"T ec.t. 1; vi.len.i pi.J nininhly, Ile
portsof menil tin e-; t,-:.. Ii r-.-it-UT, SIiuip. l'0each,
rein-in lie. i:,!, a f .-,il.ii. irnri-.i-nil.lf. A i-fililn cur--
m lent ''i'r I in eei'v tti. h -ie' IniliinemenM.
tin Rll.T'TV I' -e'.ir vi t fiw, AdHri 1; K. KtXUxLL,
cCo 1:7 ii K'J Ultimo St., CillciAUO, lu.
I X V E 8 T 0 11 S
Desiring Fir t clata
Paying St irks rr Honda !"Ming
T;S PtK Chi.NT. 1'or annnra, and over,
may ohtiiln full particu'ars, with satisfactory refer
1 rc-a i d tei'lranira s, hv a Idrea-lui II. BI.AIS
Dtl L. Klu'l Air't. 4V. oni;re-a St., Boaton, Jlaja.
Mention thla pnuur.
POUT 0KAPE AVINE
Spker's I'ort Grape Wink !
four years old.
THIS i'KLKUIWTKD NA I'IVK WINK Is made
-f from the Jiilco of tho Oporto Orape, ralaed In
thUcoittity. In InvHlunblo tonic and sirenath.
enlnj propert'a are unaiirpasasd bv anynihor
Nntive vyinc. H Injf h pite Julra of te Qratto,
produce d luidiir Mr. Spee.r's own personal supervl
smn, Us pu'ltyand ,'nu)esa,are nuarantoed.
1 hsvonm.Ht child in partnki of Its e-neroua
qitftlllies, and the wnake-t Invalid use It in advan.
tuK" Itlsp'irncitlnriybciien.lalto.hijaijed and
d-hllitated, ami aimed 10 the arloua allmunts that
"VIN E To HI? hEMEb t'V" 'U r0"POC, A
Sneer's P. J. Sherry.
Tho P. J. SIIK.nHV laa w'no of Sitpcr'nr Char
acter and nit ikcsofthuricliouitl tlesofihe gtape
from wh ch It Is ,nnd For 1'iirliv, Ulchnea", Kla
voi and Medicinal l'ropr-riioa, It will be lennd no
Spcor'11 P. J. Brandy.
This UUANnV stands ttnrlya'ed In thla Country
hoinirfar suporlor for medicinal puiposea. It la a
ptiredlsilllatlon Iro n the Kr.in, nnd con'alni vnl.
uiihlo mudlclnal propnriles, It bus a delle.ato fla
vnr. al,,, 1 lartoihatoriha t-niis, from which It la
dial led, and tain Rreat favor amonn flrst-clasa
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