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CAIRO, ILL., SATURDAY MORNING, AIHUIST U, Mill,
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What Iioh Skeiti.'Lrn done for the world ?
Nothing but to S'lt&fht doubts. It lias f-v n
fc'ijrifinU-iI th.il lile uiiiatl-iii rannot bej cui'ol.
M.epllepiiu 14 IM bad US hlieUinaU.sJii.
What lias Science done fr the world ?
A tr'xxl many tulips; for Ihstaneo, It ha;
iliowti lliat ltheumalhm can be cureiL
It liuHHliowatliatNeurullacaiibe (jot rid o!.
Vfcli'rnsi:fhi'f!tiasir'iVr.lilMi lilicuinatum I .
a A iiw-an;, ami u.i.s provided Atumiphukos
as Uiu remedy wMchcan completely eure It,
II. nmril tie.,, olllirim.h tint f.1,1 fl.u-tj.i-.
f ul '1 lijovcn omf N'eur alirl t, ATiiLe.rnoK')sc.iii
I'-aeli It, Mi j eradicate 11 trum tlw B stem.
It has proved that though these tonrnTiilriu 1
diseases were KO xlow urul obstinate, they can I
be overcome Hi a little w hlli: by means of
7IlKIopIioro5 1 j
Iiuli't 1" skeptleal. If you liaeaiiydoubt.-.'n
to what ATUi-oruoKrn can do, w rite to some ol
llio-e whom H has cured. For Instance, l!ev. s.
It. ix-iitien, D. 1)., Pastor 1 hlrd t otitrreiriitluiial
e Lurch, of New Haven, Conn., '.In; Rev. W. 1'.
( orbit, pastor (jeonji; t-L M. K. Lurch, of New
Haven, the Rev. J. K. s-arles. pastor Wlllett St.
M. K. ( liurcli. New York city, .Mr. ltrumiriell, tin;
well known randy manufacturer, of New York,
Lx-eiov. Hi iow, fit orii.eetlcut, and uuiiy
others, equally w ell Known.
If you cannot iM ATni.oi-iioRoiiof jronr i1rnmrit,
will nciid It rxi'tiwM pai I, on rwwpt of rtviilar
price one ilullu r ImttV. W pr f r that you buy
it from your lnivit, hut if lie haan't it, do not ly
i-rsiudcd to try ituctliUiK etao, but order at ouiu
.'rum us u direcUid,
XTHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK,
tmiiiiiinmiiiii w. R. iiiniiimmimn
1GG &138 Com'l Ave.
fcitc a full ar.d cor plrc Lne of
I.iiii-i. tn ml-.. I u-ti'is, Xo'ioiis, Ktc.
A Uc.vy t'.uc'ti ot Body Lraare , Tap. r
tries ltd lrmmia
A full dork o! Oil t'io't,, a 1 twf liI pMi-c.
All CJimxIm nt Bottom Hrioesd
LOU IS 0. ILERRERT,
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II. T. GiTould.)
Pluntt Steam and Gas fitter
Cuiiimcivi.tl Ave, Wt. Tentli ami Elf
veil Hi Ms ,
D.ive Wei! l'.'.'i'e ami l.'ft I'.ini;--" ftiro'fh- .1 and
pa: up. Aei.t for the t'eli bra'.- d
"BUCKEYE FORCE IMJMI"
tliebe-t fump ev. r laveut.'.l. 'e lo V'.UW
lurii.hei! to or'li-r. il ii.vin repaired a lid
broii .-it .
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U R. SMITH.
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Grand Central Store.
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Patrick T. JIcAlpine,
Mucin to C'reltT.
8th St., hut. Oliio I.evee & Ooir.tmn-Ul Ave.
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Ki'itairiuj; neatly tlono nt sliurt notice.
JVEW YORK MORE.
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The Lni":'.-1 Vu.-lrM Mivl
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goods sou) v?:uyclosi
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor, Nineteenth f trot'. )
CoMiraorcial Av'ji.uo '
Q ALU DAY HROTHKH
FLOUR, OKA 13 AND flATi
Egyptian .Flouring Mills
Sih8t Cash Fiice raid for Wbtot.
Payno and Ilia Accomplices t.nt
Dupes Taken in Charge by
Tho Women, Children and New Offenderi
Kindly Treated-300 Miles in a Mule
Wagon With an Escort.
Payne 83 a Bully, a BlackguarJ anJ i
Coward The Settlement
Caiiwu.i., Kvs., August 8. Ot
Wednesday General Hatch, In coinpauj
with Adjutant-General Fitiley aud In
sneclor Greene, of the Ii.terior iJcpart
inent, vUited J'a.vne's tamp at 11 c S
l ulls, In the li.diati Territory, and aftei
reading the l'reiideiifs proclaniatlou tc
him and his assembled followers, direct
ed them to leave the Territory before tht
following nioinln, or they would b
ejected. This t ok place in a small boaix
shanty, occupied by tho 0.7oii' C'nV
newspaper, the forms of which were lying
made up at the time. Tayne al
first attempted to discuss the le
gal aspects of the case, bu'
soon became anry and very abusive
in his language, calling all the oili'jors ol
the Government, from the highest to tht
lowest, a pack of thieves. Cooper, the
editor, chimed In with vituperation aud
threats, failing to provoke th- ollicers
into a quarrel, l'ayne said he hud a valise
full of money and he would give 1,000
to be tried by a United Slates Court, and
In order to assure the ollicers of a case
Against him would then and there sell
them liquor or cigars without license or
pf-rmit. lie urged the ollicers to due with
him, and offered them p eiity ol li,uor
If they would do so. I!y this time
a large crowd had assembled from t- nts
and shanties along the river, and the olli
cers ag-iiti admonished th -in Vi leave and
not return, the only icp.y was a torrent
ol abusive epithets that can not be pub
lished. The otiicers then returned to
camp, t n miles disiluut.
l-.ariy yesterday im ruing two squadron
of the N.nth United States Cavalry, com
mai ded by Captain M'.oie-, ri;r- i;.. ! I i
the boomers' camp, aud ti.id.-i ' ' .
ot Indian Agent liogers an c.-t- i ,
community aud took charge oi :h ; i t
lug ollice. Al women and (...,..!. t..
an l men who were new off -:.'! 'v r :
scurted i'i list s-i, togeth'-r ' ' ,.
j t rsonal prop rty. Six old lien ier
1). i.. l'.iyne, J I:. Cooper, 1). G i.-r- a -h)U-e,
T. W, r.ciiieberger, Ji.o. M Gr w
and x. L. Mosely wire loaded iut- six
lunie wagons and sturie-1 tinder escort of
Lieutenant Jackson and liftee-n men for
Fort Srti.tb, Ark., :',) miles dis'ant. The
paper w .-i ready to g. to press, and upon
Inquiry a number ot printers were found
in the comwual, who soou printed an edi
tion of one h indred copies. JThe press was
then careftidy packed and loaded intj a
wagon and started under escort for Mus
kogee, it being confiscated property,
and under the law unri-p.eviiiable. The
printing oliicc and oiher buildings, in
cluding two boar ling-houses, a ding
store, cigar .store, and restaurant, and
sunn; eiwellings wire then burned to the
ground, a u.l the lat vestige ot lioek
iai.s had disappeared.
l'.iytie thn atened to cut t!i ; throat of
tiie lir-t man who atteinp ed to arrest
h m, but one colored soldier nrirehed
him about camp for an hour, l'ayne ha )
lost whatever prestige h - may hae had
her' tolore with the thinking class of the
community. lie has been on a debauch
lor a week, and was unable last nigrit to
attend the confer nee of squatters, which
was helil alter General Hat. h hud left
iloek l-'alls. 'J he deluded squatters realize
that tln-y have paid him many thousands
of do.lafswithoiit any equivalent. The
number ejected from this camp was
about -jO people. A largo crowd of
citizens was present. They came from
Hunnewell as spectators, aud heartily
appioved the course adopted to rid
the Territory of the intruders. It is
believed this will cure the boomers
of trying to force a settlement of tho
Indian lands, nthr detachments of
troops have been sent to the remain
ing settlements, and will In like man
ner arrest tho ring leaders, and take
them to Fort Smith.
J.l Fi: AT K.VATF.llsKH.I..
How tho rresident Passes the Days ol
lliiii.t. Kwn.r.sKii.t., '. Y., August s.
When resident Arthur arose yesterday
morning, heavy clouds obscured the sun
aud a thick atmosphere hung over the
valley threatening a storm. The morn
ing was spent by the President in watch
ing games of cricket and law n t nnis by
the young folks ol the hotel. F.arly in
the alternoou a ride was taken over the
Ledge drive which overlooks the beauti
ful valley and follows the edge of tho
mountain for two miles. Returning at
four o'clock, the l'resieleut viewed a
novel lire-escape exhibition In frout of
the hotel. Tho evening was spent by the
rresident w ith the other guests llste'nlug
to an orchestral concert in the parlor.
Secretary Frelinghuyseu is expected hero
Nkw Youk, August 8. The Thetis,
the Hear and the Alert arrived in tho
harbor tibut midnight last night.
jicssii: vokks iii: vo.
Miss Jessie Yokes, the actress, a
member of tho well-known Yokes fam
ily, died Wednesday lu London.
The National Lino steamer America
from Liverpool, arrived yesterday morn
ing, having completed tho voyage In six
days, twiuty-two hours and twenty
three minuted. Her commander said!
"I believe wo would liavo beaten tho
best time on record, but that last Mon
day one blade of our propeller broke.
Striking Coal Miners in Mass-tl 'Btinir.
rmsiiiuiiii, 1'a., August 8. One
thousand miners from tho first, second
and third pool9 ou tho Monongahcla Klv
cr attended a mass-meeting held at Kiiz
abetu yesterday afternoon, and repre
sented some 4,000 miners who are out on
a Btrlkc for Increased prices. Resolu
tions wore passed to ndhcro to the de
mand strictly, and not go to work for
Anything less; also not to load the craft
of au7 operator who rof uses to pay his
own miners tho prlco demanded. A ma.
jority of tho minors oMho' lourth poi.
liavo refused to conn- cut, and arc working !
lor iii re UK-iion. riiu question was uis
cnsgud at Icuntli, a eoiuinlttt o was ap
pointed to thai t t a titeatuer, and next
week a hundred or mure millers of tho
lower pools will visit tin fourth pool to
Induce the men to coma out. l'resldent
Costullo aud other leaders are. coutldcnt
cf success, and are llrni lu tho belief that
there will not be a miner at work on the
river lu ten days.
Railway S'.oamsr Liboled.
Jki ii,i-r, Mie n., August 8. Yesterday
afteruoou Deputy Marshal Taylor served
a libel summons on tho Canadian
I'aclilo Hallway Steamer Alberta,
now undergoing repairs ut the De
troit Dry Dock, at the In
stance ef Wesley C. Klchardson,
owner of the steam barge John M
borne, w th which the Alberta collided
on Lake Supeilor about ten days ago,
and the Cleveland Iron Manufacturing
Company, owners of the sunken cargo.
The libel amounts to S'.'l ,'S'u, and In
cludes loss sustained by the seamen of
Wood-Workers' N-w Move.
I'm sue in, n, i.e., August 8. The
woodworkers of tin forty-two shops who
yesterday decided to form a National As
sociation, to-day decided to form a prop
aganda at once through the State. It
wi.l in time be carried to other States.
T;ie new project is the llrst of the kind
lu tho couutry, and the wood-workers
who have not been identified with any
Influential trade organization have hith
erto been regarded a-t without any solid
Arrested While in a Disturbance With a
Se iiMX'i aiv, N. Y., August 8. Great
excitement was caused by the arrest of
four youug men while lu a disturbance
with a Salvation Army. Fifteen thou
sand nun followed the prisoners to tho
station threatening to throw them into
the canal. Threats were made to burn
the army's barracks. There are fears of
a riot to-night, ami tho po.ice arc taking
1iF.Ai:i ( .Vl l LK IN IOWA.
S-.vetitceii Fatal Cis s Reported at
L maia Tbia Morning.
Ciui.Aijo, In.., August 8. A Jonrwtl's
Des Moines, Iowa, dispatch says:
"Notice has been given the Statj Board
of Health of an out'.reak of a fatal
. utile disease at Lemars, seventeen head
t-f cattie having died dunuu the last
twenty-four hours. The State Veterinary
Surgeon has been sent to investigate. No
Tally 0.i; for Justice.
Jo.nksvii i.K, Va , AtiiUt s. A month
ago Junes Davis cr jelly beat his wife
and lie 1 to Miss juri. She sought refuge
at the home ol Ad-iiphus Ary, a relative.
Davis returned yesterday, and learning
where his wife was, weui to Ary's hou-e
la-t evening and swore he wouid , 1 I'd
him. Ary seized a bhot-gun and killed
Destructivs Prairie Fira.
Dn.wm:, Cu.., August 8. News Is juat
received of i. destructive prairie flro
about loO miles northeast of here, on the
range between IK over Junction and the
Frenchman. Tne burned district extends
about thirty ndies along the l'latte liiver,
and buck from the river a great distance,
cjveritig portions ol the Jed. lirush, Gov
ernor liouett and liru je Jo.insou rauges.
It has inrlieted great loss to the stock in
terests of that rtgiou.
A Greenback Congressional Nomina
tion. Ci.ay Cknii.u, Kas., August 8. Tho
Greenback Labor party met here to-day
tj nominate a candidate for Congress.
Several delegations openly advocated the
indorsement of the Republican candidate,
Hon. John A. Anderson. They were out
numbered however, and M. D. Te-uuey, of
Davis Couutv, was nominated.
Walnut Hill to be Tunneled.
Cincinnati, 0., August 8. An enter
prise Is now being quiet y organized in
this city which, if successful, will result
in tho Investment of largo sums of
money and lu a revolution lu tho terminal
facilities of railroads at this point. Tho
scheme cousists in the formation of a
syndicate to complete the old tunnel un
der Walnut Uiils, for thirty years ne
glected, but ha'f finished, " aud build
through it a double-track, stuudaid-gaugo
railway, to extend northward to Sharon
and southward iuto the city In the' vicini
ty of Hunt street and Uroadway.
Grand Naval Review.
roitTsMoL'iii, N. IL, August 8. Sec
retary Chandler will probably leave iu a
few days for the interior of New Hamp
shire aud will join tho North Atlantic
Squadron at Newport tho last week in
August, when there will be a grand naval
review. President Arthur, Secretary
Lincoln aud other prominent gentlemen
Ere expected to be present.
Killed His Friend in a Ficlit.
Kaolb Pass, Tex., August 8. Yester
day Robt. Drew and Thos. Leahy, both
of this city, quarreled aud exchanged live
shots, Leahy receiving three balls and
died In a few moments. Drew Is In cus
tody, but will offer no explanation of the
killiug. The two men had been warm
friemis. The shooting occurred lu tho
presence of other parties, but they for
uukuown reasons arc also silent.
Peiin i.ANi), UitK., August 8. Tho As
toria Union Cauulng Company, one of
tho largest salinou-packing establish
ments ou tho lower Columbia River,
has maele an assignment for tho bene
lit of Its creditors. Liabilities 800,000;
assets about 850,000. Dullness lu tho
salmon trade, both at homo and abroad,
was the causo of the failure. ,
Mot Jay Oould'B House.
Nkw Havkn, Con .v., August 8. Tho
tiro on Charles Island lust night was not
Jay Gould's house, but an old, unoccu
pied hotel building. Tho loss is trifling.
We Ara Saved.
HosroN, Mass., August 8. Tho alleged
counterfeit 50 llauk of England notes
passed here proves to bo gcusiac,
New Yoiik, August Cipirral Logan
left for West rolnV To-day to) meet Ills
Cleveland's Holiday-Ilia Trip to
Chatoaugay Lako Incidents
WTiat ITo Thinks of Matters and Things,
as Brought Out iu an Interview
H-a Receives an Ovation.
Tammany and Butler Men in Conference
What Kelly Says Hendricks'
Sai.atiii;a, N. V., August 8. When tho
train from Albany passed through Sara
toga yesterday ulternoon on Its way to
the Adirondack Mountains, a correspond
ent boarded the private car and found
Governor Cleveland in cotnpauy with twff
or three gentlemen. The Governor lu
answer to questions said :
"I am pretty tired w ith the work of tho
past few mouths, and need a play spell."
"Did you notice that letter of liut
ler'sr" "f understand tho Sun had some kind
of a letter from General llutier, but I
was so busy getting ready for my trip
that 1 had no time to read the papers this
"What effect will Uutler's candidacy
have upou your chances for eleetlon'r"
"I do not see how ho cau materially af
"Have you seen the reports wherein It
Is stated that you and Governor Hen
dricks have had a disagreement as to the
line of policy to be pursued, and that Mr.
Hendricks thinks seriously of withdraw
ing?" "Has that been publi lied?" asked Mr.
Cleveland iu amused astonishment.
"Then it must be some newspaper
"How about your letter of accept
"I really can not give any Idea at alias
to when it w ill bo reauy."
Governor Cleveland looked a little
careworn, but seemed to be in the best
H) BeceiVcB an Ovation.
V." in 1 1 ; Hai.1., N. Y., August 8. Gov
Cleveland received a perfect ovation as
he passed through here. He was intro
duced to the people, and many grasped
his hand. Great interest prevailed.
All Night at Pluttaburg.
Plat tsui p., N. Y., August 8. When
the train pulled In a crowd of several
hundred had assemble J at thede; ot. The
Governor was repeatedly cheered. Ho
remained over night as the guest of
Smitli M. Reed, ami to-day proceeded ou
a special traiu for Chateaugay Lake.
To-morrow he will proceed by carriage
to the Prospect House.
Hendricks' Opinion of Butler.
Nkw YuitK, August 8. Mr. Heudricks
was asked to-night:
"Have you been In conference with
"I met him. That was all."
"Did he say what the courso of Tam
many was to be?"
"What he said I am not at liberty to
make public. I have every reason to be
lieve, however, that Tammany will sup
port the nominees. It cau not consistent
ly elo otherwise."
"Is It true that upon hearing of tho
Uutl'alo T ti'jf'ph scandal you remarked
that you were sorry that you had per
mitted yourself to go upon tho ticket
"This is absolutely false. I could
not feel more complimented than to be
placed on the ticket with Governor
Cleveland. He has been amply viu
dicited." "What Is your opinion of Butler's open
"1 did not think he would become a
"Do you regard Mm as a formidable
'I regard him as a man of force and
cou-lderable popularity among a certaiu
c ass of people, particularly workiugmen.
He Is not, however, a sullkiently for
midable candidate to Induce any ono to
wager his success!"
"is It true that you ever proposed re
signing from the ticket on account ol bad
treatment at the hands of Governor Cleve
land or his managers?"
"No. My treatment has been courte
ous Iu every particular. I shall remain
upon the ticket until it either meets vic
tory or defeat. 1 shall do all in my
power to avol I tho latter, I cau assure
At this point tho Governor was com
pelled to leave the hotel with Mrs.
Hendricks, in order to keep an engage
ment. Ben and John.
Niiw Yoiik, August 8. Tho Sun's
special from Saratoga says: "A con
ference was held at the Grand Union this
evening between Tammany aud Butler
men. There seems little doubt that
Tammany will support Butler. Kelly
says Butler w ill poll twice moro votes
than his strongest supporter at present
dares to prophesy. Roger A. Pryor Is
hero for Butler. General Spinoln,
W. Bourke Cochran and other Tammany
leaders arrived this evcnlug.
Qon'ral West for Vice President.
CuiCAtiO, Ii.!.., August 8. B. F. Shlve
ly, Secretary of the anti-Monopolists, is
authority for tho statement that General
West, of Mississippi, will be named as
the caudidate for Vice-President on tho
ticket with General Butler. General
West is the nominee of the Grecnbackers
for the Vice-Presidency. He was a Con
federate General lu tho lato war.
674 Ballots and & Trade.
SritixiiKir.LO, U., August 8. Tho
Eighth (Ohio) Congressional District
Convention closed yesterday, after hav
ing been lu a dead lock for three days, by
nominating Hon. Jno. Little, of Xenla on
the 574th ballot. On that ballot the namo
at Captain Bushnell, of Clarko County,
vas withdraw n and the delegation voted
Bolid for Mr. J.lttlo, giving him enough
votes to elect him. Mr. Bushnell was
chosen Presidential Elector.
Oarmant Opoosd to Olsdns.
Chicago, lit , Axtfmi 1 8. The fact
leaked out trdj mirtfrtjiat ji 9aHfr
lenting every u trt of the State, will bo
held at the headquarters of tho State
Democratic (antral Committee to
moriow to effi-ct a central organization
of Germans, regardless of former politi
cal preferences. In onnosition to the lie.
publican ticket. Lvery German paper In !
the State has signified Us Intention to bo j
IIAsiL BALL BltJiVITIIiS.
Score of Games Piay I on Thursday,
New York Providences. 4; New
Chicago, III.-Chicago. 2; Cleve
Washington, 1). C Ba'timores, 8;
York, Pa. Yorks, 0; Domestics, 5.
Detroit, Midi. Bufi'alos, il; De
Philadelphia, Pa. I'hliadelphlas, ii;
Bostons, 2. ...Athletics, 7; Allegheny, 1.
Rehmoud, Va. Virginias, 10; Brook-
St. Louis, Mo. Cincinnati, 5; St.
Louis, 4. lileveu innings St. Loui.)
Unions, el; Cincinnati Unions, ii.
(juiiicy, III. (jtilucys, 8; St. Pauls, 7.
Kansas City, Mo. Chicago Unions, 'J;
Kansas City Unions, 8.
Columbus, O. Columbus, 3; Tole
Indianapolis, Ind. Indianapolis 4;
Grand Rapids, i!.
Sakaioha, N. Y., August 8. Tho
weather Is warm, cloudy aud threatening,
yet the attendance at tho course is large.
The track is In grand condition.
First Race Purse of SHOO for two-year-
olds for non-winners of the 81,000 purse;
distance six furlongs: Doubt won;
Alfred, second; Trousseau, third. Time,
1 :l'.i. Mutuals paid S'1.40.
Second Race Sweepstakes, 1 1-8 miles:
Waliilower, lirst; Liz.ie S., second; F'el
lowplay, third. Time, 1 ;i. 1-2 Mutual
llurd Race Purse ol ssjO, 1 l-t miles;
Compensation, lirst; Georgo L, second;
Mattie Rapture, third. Time, 1:12.
Mutuals paid $.MX.
Bin Ai.u, N. Y., August 8. Yesterday
was clear aud cool. The attendance at
the Driving Park was good, about O.Oi'u
jclng present. The 2:2:) race was post
poned till to-day.
The Sixth heat of tho uiillnishsd 2:110
ulass of Thursday w as won liy Charley
llogan; Pearl, second; Tom Campbell,
third. Time, 2:21. This gave the race
First Regular Race 2:25 class, trot
ting, 81, 5oo divided: Karl won the first
lieat iu 2:211; Bessie won the second In
:21, the third lu 2:22, the lourth aud
race in 2:22 t-2.
Second Race 2:17, pacing, l,i00 di
vided: Jewett won the tir.st heat In
l :b 1 2, and the second In 2: 13 3-lj Min
nie R. won the nest three heats and race
iu 2:10 1-2,2:17 li-i and 2:18 i-i.
Third Race 2:211 class, trotting,
P 1,500 divided. Postponed on account
The special riding race between Myr
io Peck and Mine. Marautelta was tho
nost exciting event of the day. The dis
ncu was live miles and live changes of
torses were made. The ladies were al
nost neck and neck throughout the en
ite distance, and coming down tho home
itretch on the lifth mile they were h-ad
.ml head. The excitement was intense
is on they came ami crossed the lino in
viiat proved a dead heat. The time
uade, 10:1)8 1-2, Is the fastest on" record,
lUd the ladles divided the special purse.
Monmouth Park Races.
Nkw Youk, August 8. Despite the al
nost ince.-saut rain which prevailed at
he Monmouth race track yesterday, tho
.tleudauce was very large and the racing
First Race Free handicap sweepstakes,
even tunougs: Fraukie B., lirst; liqtii
oise, second; Chieadee, third. Time,
Second Race A selling purs? for two-'car-olds,
three-quarters of a mile: llr
or, lirst; Uurest, second; Cricket, third.
I'i me, 1 :20.
Third Race For three-year-olds, one
md one-eighth miles: Chanticleer, lirst;
darmaduke, secotid; Burton, third. Time,
Fourth Race ne mile: Miss Wood
ord, Urst; Duchess, second; Little
dinch, third. Time, 1 :47.
Fifth Race Ono mile and half a fur
ong: Duu K., first; Pericles, second;
ifcgret, third. Time, 1 :58.
Sixth Race Handicap hurdle race, ono
tud one-quarter miles over five hurdles.
I'rombone, lirst; Bally, second; Major
vlcClarty, third. Time, 2:31.
Chicatro Sac s.
CiiKAeio, lit.., August 8. The six
iveuts at the Dri' iug Park yesterday
ivere very enjoyable.
First Race Mile dash, for beaten
horses: Ballard won; Tiix, second; Top
buyer, third. Time, 1 :4 5 3-t.
Second Race One aud une-elghth
piiies, f ir all uges: Lemaii won; John
Davis, second f Athloue, third. Time,
Third Race Three-fourths mile heat,
or maidens of all ages: Dick Brown
(ion the race, taking the lirst and third
ieats; Loupu was given the second
eat through a foul. Time, 1:18 3-4,
i:20 and 1:21.
Fourth Race Three-quarter mile:
li'illie Clark won; Aameda, second;
lau.ter, third. Time, 1:18.
Fifth Race Three-quarter mile, for
two-year-olds: Belle Pate won ; Rhada
ia, second, Constellation, Third. Time,
Sixth R ice Ouc and one-quarter miles,
iver live hurdles: Athejslane won ; Bill
iird, second P. Line, third. Time,
!:22 3 4.
Relief ABke I for Btarvin Indians.
llr.i.n.NA, Mont., August 8. Leading
:lli.eiis and the Board of Trade of
Helena, last evening wired a petition to
he Secretary of the Interior, urging im
mediate action for the relief o tho Pie
ran Indians at B'ackfeet Agency, who,
lespltc contrary report, are actually
itarvlng. Tho death rate Is groat, aud
he supply of provisions at tho Agency is
tlmost txhaustod. Tho rations Issued
trg ao acaut that th y would bo lu
lUlucUnt to auittaln life except for tho
ilcuUans-CiS of vlld berries In the hills,
itockraen report many cattle Killed on
ba rang by tarrlftj radian -t...
IN THE PASTRY
Vmilllii.l.i iiiiin.Oi iini-e, ., flavor dikes,
(i eiuii.. l'ii(laiiiu...V i-.,ii. il,..-iin-l v a nil nut
urally ii I lie I lull Ii i.ki hi, h Ibey iiremud.
IOIl STIlF.MiTlI AM) TRUE FKU1T
riiAVOK THEY STAND ALONE.
PBPfiE3 BY T Hi
Price Baking Powder Co.,
Chicago, III. St. Louia, Mo.
Dr. Pl ica's Cream Baking Powder
Dp. Priic J.iijiuliii Yeast Gems,
lies! Dry II,,), Teusl.
WL JlAkt IlL'T ONE QUALITY.
To SMOKERS of Blackwell's
Genuine Bull Durham
This Pperlal Deposit Is to (rimrantee the
payment f tlie 'S premium fully described
In our fiirnier pniiuiiiieeiiieiits.
The premiums will bo paid, no matter how
small the number nf huits returned inuy be.
OJitt tt'.orUurWt Durhum T hirrn Co.,)
Il'irh m, iV. C, Jtfay lu, $
P. A. WILEY. F.-".,
OfltitT li infc nf f)nrffim, Durham, N. C.
rfAn sik--w t!i:!'n yMi .il.i"o.iiii, which
rli on- ilai en S.iv;l l;..p"hH tn pay premium
f'-r our empty t-haca Imih to li" rphiriiril lioc.
loth. Y'Ura truly, J. B. e'AKH, lTeslaeiit.
Offirc rtf ihl Ian" PurA.im.l
Ourh.im, .V. C, May 10,
J. S. CARR. r.a. , . .
pPAR Sill I Imvp t-i iiektinwle.Ure rex'rtpt nf
11'iiiiiii from you. liieh we have platwi upon
Special Depwitfor tlio ..l-Je.-t yJ", Vtj.
Venn, truly. 1'. A. W ILLY. Cashier.
Nunr trcnuim' wiUi'.ut eii-ture nf WlXotl Uie
I VSen our oilier aiinounecmmU.
Tne IVclilc d'row Mroiiff
Wlii'i: IlinUi'tP'r Ston-aeh I!,t ter- In nscj li) pro
III t.' u 111 : I I i -: . uf the I' e.l Hint uncll lllS
lil. nil. Ii.il l'i's: .mi, tie i-;iiel nl.s'm-le t uu srqui
fit on 1. 1' -' r i-ii t-'. it bv He- w-ilk. i an ailment
wli1--'! Ii.f:i'-1' lv s'le uiii'i-t i tin-in tinn of thin la
fulit'i e.v.e-fv.' I.o-n if l!--fli nnil appetite,
fa lure In -l.-t ". .iti I g:u.vin eviili'iiru of prenis
til il i ay, n u - pee.it v rnsiiiti rultetl dy the great
invii oni ii, wliirli li ut ' up lie; i h mciI etu'riiliS
and fnriili -s tn c"-:it!ill''ii ft.-iiiiift die).
For a e i,y i.l Di-.ij'i-t-i nml Dealer g-.oeriilly.
k (!' Afjciit f'oi tlio t'elobl litt'il
M iMif u turer nml Dealer la
Copper and Sheet Iron Work,
llKADljr.V TI'.KS l OS
II ri.li r' lln-ilwiire anl Carpeul. -r' Toolt.Tahb
ami l'lii Uit I ut try, lu till market. Ruger
llro?.' I luti il Knivl ", l-'nrk iitiu Suootm, tiramts
Iroti Wure. U r.la iinrtlieimsre. W h.te Monntala
Freer.-ri-. Wilier I'miler. U.ifrieralorf , Clntbas
Wrlneer-, c'roun Fuller'. St -p Li.tiler. (tardea
lui- lenn-iiiK, (ioliion ':lrUll Stuven- lient la ttt
weirl.l, l.iinipH of everir ilenerletmn. Klln OH,
t'lir.nt Swe. perK, F-ather Iu-t.r. Ilrootiu", "in
dow Seieen W're Cloth, l'ull unpply ol Hhlit
Tim !mv t roi-R limt ini pr r).
Cnrner l-.'ih und Cimiiier ii; An iitie. t alro, I.I.
Teleiiliont- No. i
Mrs. Kmilv Bowers,
t r i T i-
ilra. AM AM) V CLAUKHON, Agent.
N;'Xt AlexaiuWr Co ll:nk, Hth8t.
i 'ulro, 111.
t.fCtood Stork and rrlct Reasonable. gt