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CAIRO," ILL., TUESDAY MORXINU, AUGUST 10, 1IMH.
AniLopuoHos U a novel word to most,
people who Suk Um KiiKlihh laiiiruwe. TIm
Greeks usel it o'litunus ufi, lucuuiuic by it
"THK I'lllH lIEAtll-.ll."
Atiiloi-iiouos is thefir.it ami only
medicine which h.'is carried oil' tin
prize us the perfect remedy fur Plnu
matism and Neuralgia.
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sfi held their sulleriiitf victnuH lu an ir u
imp. '1 lieee ixtr siiderem have iiecu as toluw rf
in the jKjwer of tli'ir opproHeor.
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iraed iu conflict Willi the mounters, and won 11..
victory. As tlio couiiM.-Utirs iu the (im aii
fraiuiw nf old eiuld win only by tin. nut seven- ir. ..
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the prize, not alone by trtvitur U-tiiinrury n-Licf, t.;,'.
by hriiimiitf an uudunmt cure, ax well, to tlen-i- !.
have sullen-d the cicrucutuii; utfOLiui of l;Li
Usui and NeurolKia.
ATriLoriioiios is a novelty, not only
in name, but in its elements. Jt is un
like any preparation jet introiluceil.
ATlU.OI'llOKOS ftCtflOIJ the Mi mil, 1-H
and Joint, removing the .inon and acid froui
the Mood, carnen Uitiu out of the sjsteiu.
ATHUIIMIOKOS LlpUt Up WltM I'Oll.iUllim.VO
lull, and contains m.tliinif that can i-ow.Lly
Imnia the most delicate coiintitutiuu.
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or du you 'Ut to be well ?
"Athlophoros" WILL Cure You
If you cannot gn Athi.oi uckoh of your dni;r
f!st, we will hcinl it cxprciM paid, on receipt of
regular price one dollar per tattle. We jircf-r
Hut you Miy H from your rtnn.'j.'lst, but If lei
b isn't It, do not be periiu.iJKl to try bonn tuiui;
Ivc, tut order at once from us as directed.
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kxchaiiipj rold and boinrht. Intereet paid it
the Savings Depurtment. Collections tuadj sr.d
all buglne"i pruinptlv attended tr.
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A DEFAULTING TREASURER.
Lloro Evidonco of tho Folly of Elect
ing " Good Follows " to Re
The Militia Still in Possession of the New
Iberia Uourt-House The Shel
don Abduction Fraud.
Paying the Penalty of Dissipation The
Jdhson Murder Mathers Ad
mitted to Bail.
A Defaulting Treasurer.
C'ltAWKKsVII.I.K, .UgU$t 18.
Tlie committee, appointed by tho County
Commissioners to investigate the hooks
ol County 'Irea.surcr Goheu have just
compieti-d tln-ir wot k, und liml lh:tt his
fchortas: aj:gr.'ntesiS:,"'."J. The investi
tiation shows a eiy loo.-e f-tyle of buil-ne-s
on the part of the Treasurer, and no
system at all. He has had as his deputy
Charles Jobtison, as honest a youni; man
as can be found in the county. Gobcn
accused Johnson of dishonesty aud
diinanded the- lays ol the ollices.
Tle y w ere at once handed over and John
tion demanded that the charges of dis
honesty he Investigated. Goben and
.Johnson met in the Auditor's ollice Sat
urday, and on beim,' publicly charged by
dobeii with belu' diih Jticst, .lohtiion at
tacked him and beat him considerably.
The trou.de is attributed to Goben's gen
erosity and to his liberal responses to
every ajipeal for aid. A friend could bo
aeeoiutnoJated to any sum from tl.uO to
j.V:,j on application. He spent money
lavishly, kept a fast horse and negro
driver, lived in a line residence, and kept
no account ol the money he used.
The New Iberia Troubles.
Nhs iiu.i.ANS, La., August 1?. The
militia .-cut from here to New Iberia are
still in pos-tssion of the Court-house.
There has betu perfect c,uiet in the town
ever since they reached there, but the
friends of the ousted ollicials declare that
they will reinstate them as soon as the
Uui'ps leave. ii.'eat excitement vva
created Saturday by a lire, believed to
be of iuci ii ii:iry origin, as threats had
been made to uuru itau town. It was
l jiind that the engine's hose had been
cut, and the conflagration would have
proved a serious one ha 1 not the whole
population tinned out to extinguish the
laiiii'j, l'harr's Mill wa- destroyed,
causing a loss of J .,::'). Some arrests
v. ere made.
The Sheldon Disappearance Case.
KNs Cu v, M'j., August 1-. At a
late hour last night there were no further
dc, elopmeiits in t he ca.-e of tho disappear
ance of Alfred Sheldon. Mr- Sheldon
before leaving for llniilaiid, disposed of
h' r personal effects, th-ir real estate be
ing held by the II. ue Springs Mil.iug
Company as has been previou-ly stated.
The .Milling Company, prior to his disap
pearance, charged MielJon, who was a
member of the company, with a shortage
la his accountsiamouutiiig to iTJ,w,
pending a settlement he disappeared, and
soou alter the theory of abduction was
advanced, but this has now becu gener
A Prominent Criminal Lawyer Pays tha
Penalty of D.ssipatiou.
At in Hon, I.v., August li. Last night
John V. McCord, of this city, the local
attorney engaged to defend the- Jellisot)
boys for the iuuidcr of their father last
June, died iu the city calaboose, lie had
been un a protracted spree and after lying
nearly three weeaS iu his rooms continu
ously druuk, tue health ollicers ordered
him and his room cleaned and disin
fected, lie was taken to the city cala
boi'-e to "sober un,' butdied there. Me
Cord was forty-live years of age, a crim
Inal lawyer of extraordinary ability and
reputed to lie the ablest comuiou law at
torney in the state. He had no family.
Jellisou Murder Trial.
At in m in, I t., August IS. District
Court convened here to-day with twenty
live criminal cases on the docket. Do
sides the Jellisou murder cases, John M.
Griggs, an attorney, Is held for au at
tempt to shoot H. P. Albert, editor of the
Fnttind, while II. P. Albert is held outwo
charges criminal libel of K. M. Carpen
ter, editor of the Akt: it:, aud au at
tempt to shoot D. Harlow. Ellis Hibbs,
aged twelve, is held lor stabbing a play
mate, and J ohu Anderson, a boy, is held
lor au assault to kill aud for arsou.
Mathers Admitted to Bail.
1oim:i: Cn v, K.vs., August lb. David
Mathers, or Mysterious Dave, who, ou
the night of July l, killed Assistant
Marshal Thus. Mxoti, aud was ou a pre
liminary examination hold to answer for
murder lu the tlrst degree, was to-day
taken helore Judge Strong at Lamed, on
a writ of habeas corpus, and put under
bonds iu tho suiu of $i;,u00 to appear at
the October term, ls;t. George S. Em
erson aud J. W. Crawford, merchants,
and Samuel Galland and a railroad mau
named Drake, will be his boudsmeu.
To Force a Settlement.
Four Worth, Tkx., August IS. At
taehmeuts amounting to nearly 40,000
were ou Saturday levied upou tho prop
erty of the Texas Iuvestntont Company,
Including the Daily !i:tk, which is
largely owned by the Investment Com
pany. Tho attachments were principally
issued at the Instance of certain directors
and stockholders in the investment Com
pany, who take this means of forcing a
sale of tho newspaper properties aud ef
fectually separating tlio land aud
banking business of the Investment
Company from its several publishing
enterprises. Differences of opinion
among the directors forced a major
ity of that body who desire this
to take legal steps. Tho Investment
Company is a wealthy corporation,
amply able to meet all Us liabilities,
but temporarily suffering from strin
gencies iu the money niaiket. The
actual assets In secured loans largely
exceed Its liabilities. Tho Daily Gazette
will be Issued as usual.
Murdered by a Tramp.
CiuitiESTON, I August 18. Last
night, about twelve miles from here, In
murdered by a tramp. Two shots wort
heard and the old man yelled 'murder,"
when ueighbors went to his asslstanco
and found him lying dead In the yard.
This morning Sheriff Hamilton, State's
Attorney Eel tab and City Marshal Dow
ling went to tin scene of tho murder,
and will probably not be back before to
morrow with particulars. It Is supposed
thut Herbert had mouey In tho house,
and the tramp murdered him to get it.
There aro now two murderers In jail
liASK II ITS IN COl'KT.
The tloveland Deserters to be Forced
Out at the Home Plate.
Ci.kvki.am., (.)., August IS. The nen
who deserted from the Cleveland Paso
Pall Club to go to Cincinnati have not
got through with the matter vet. The
Cleveland mauagers propose to go into
the courts, although just what will he
done can not be decided until after the
meeting of the Association to-day. Le
gal advice has beeu received that
they have a case, and leading
base ball men, among whom Is
President Spalding, of Chicago, ad
vise that course. The lino
indicated is to sue the Cincinnati Unions
for damages and to enjoin the men from
playing iu auy club in Uhio. The Sunday
Jkral'l advises the starting of a one-dollar
popular subscription to defray the ex
pense of litigation.
A Losinir Giini.
"ifiNCY, III., August IS. The Quincy
liase-liall Club, falling to secuie a place
iu the Union, has disbanded. Quincy has
lost over ts0,00u on the game.
ItASK HALL liKLVIXiEs.
Score of Games Played on Saturday,
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis Unions, 8;
Chicago Unions, 2.
Cincinnati, U. Cincinnati, It; Ht.
Louis, s. 1
Pittsburgh, Pa. Metropolitans, G;
New York ProoUvus, 5; Virginias, 1
Chicagos, l:j; New Yorks, 7.
lioston, Mass. Ilostons, 0; BalU
mores, 4 Uostons, 4; Clevelauds, U.
Toledo, u.Toledos, 0; Columbus, 5
st. Louis, Mo. St. Louii Unions, 8;
Chicago Unions, i'.
Cincinnati, U. St. Louis, 10; Cinciu
Indiauapolis, Ind. Indianapolis, 5;
Kansas City, Mo. Cincinnati Unions,
7 j Kansas City Unions, 0.
How They Stand.
The follow ing tables show the standing
of the various Association and League
Clubs up to and Including Saturday,
I iiieatri) 4J
1 let I Oil J'"
N. - York 41
Kansas City s
St. Louis ail
lin ink!) lis '.'
I iiieiiiiiatis 47
St. Louis 4S
th i; TCUF,
Sahatoiia, N. Y., August IS The
weather to-day is hot, but the track is lu
good condition. Tho attendance is
First Pace Purse of ;I00, live fur
longs: Hart, first; Keed, second; Leou
idas, third. Time, 1:0J 1-:'. Mutuals
paid, 13. SO.
Second Pace Purse of 8150, mile and
one-half; three starters: Nettle, tlrst;
Eida Stanhope, second; Easter, third.
Time, L':40 1--'. Mutuals paid, iSS.iO.
A Novel Contest.
CiiiCAi'.o, lu.., August IS. A novel
contest began at the Base-Hall Park on
lake front at eleven o'clock this morning.
Louise Artnaiudo, Johu S. Prince and
Chailcs M. Auderson entered for a six
days' race, riding twelve hours each day.
Artnaiudo and Prince alternatJ ou
bicycles, changing every half hour, aud
Anderson rides llfteen horses, changing as
olten as he pleases. The estimates set aro
ISO miles for tho bicyclists and 175 for
the hoiseuian the first day; but betting
is ten to seven agust these llgures.
Cricketers Welcomed Home.
Nkw YoltK, August IS. Among tho
passengers ou the Austral, which arrived
from Liverpool to-day, were the mem
bers of the Philadelphia Cricket Club.
They were met by mauy residents ol tho
Quaker City, who camo to welcome tho
lu au interview Secretary Pobbins of
the club said: "We do not bowl or Held
as well as tho English, but wo arc su
perior batters. English wickets are easier
than ours, and we had a chunco to do
some splendid batting. We had four bat
ters that were ciual to any In England,
aud better froma cricket point of view."
MOU HULK IN IOWA.
The Voice of the People Say It Must
Iowa City, I.v., August 18. An Im
mense mass-meeting of citizens was held
In this city yesterday aud last night, at
which tho riotous proceedings ol
last Wednesday wcro condemned.
An organization was effected to as
sist in preserving order and en
forcing laws. There has not been tho
least disturbance In this city since tho
outbreak of la-t Wednesday, and reports
about the cltv bctou in the hands of a
mob have been grossly exaggerated. Thil
John B. Ilondorsou to Bo tho Re
publican Candidato for Gov
ernor of Missouri.
Echoes From the Pool Eooms of the Coun
try Indicate That the Chances are .
About Even-How They Bet.
Kelly Still Dumb Michigan Greenbackers
and Democrats King's County
Missouri Politics John B. Henderson a
Candidate For Oovernor.
SrniM.KiKi.D, Mo., August 18. Poss
Gullin, Assistant United States Attorney
at Kansas City, is making a tour of South
west Missouri under orders of his chief,
Major Warner, chairman of the Kepubli
can State Central Committee. His mission
Is to vl-it the leaders in the different
coiiut.es aud work up a boom for General
John I!. Henderson us tho Pepubllcau
candidate for Governor. It appears
thut ex-Governor Charles P. Johnson has
Informed members of tho Republican
State Central Committee that under no
circumstances will he runagaiust General
Marinaduko, aud that they must looll
elsewhere for their candidate. Major
Warner has been looking over the Held,
and has come to the conclusion that
General Henderson is the strongest can
didate, and immediately started out his
assistant, Mr, Guiliu, to work up
A HK.SDI'.liSMN' ItOOM.
Mr. Gullin's argument to the Repub
licans here was this: "Henderson Is the
best stump speaker in the State, and if he
gets the nomination for Governor he has
promised Major Warner to make a thor
ough canvass of tho State. Beside, he Is
popular with the Democrats and business
men, and will receive at least 10,OUO
Democratic votes, which, with a full
party vote and with the aid of Green
backers, will defeat Marmaduke. Even
should he not bo able to defeat Marma
duke, with a vigorous canvass the antl
Pourbou elements might control tho Leg
islature and reward Henderson by elect
ing him to succeed Vest."
WANTS 10 GO AIlliOAD.
In reply to a riuestiou, Mr. Gutlln said
that General Henderson, even with little
hope of success, was anxious to make a
canvass as It would strengthen his
chances for a foreign appointment under
Ulaiue. He also intimated that Chaun
cey I. Ulley would not object to Hender
son. Mr. Gullin's trip here was rather
successful and Henderson will probably
"it a laree support from southwest Mis
souri. There is some objection to Hen
derson ainoiiz the stalwart Republicans,
and Nicholas l'ord is preferred to turn.
Some Renublicaus say Ford Is
better Republican than Henderson. Guf
11 n artiued that that was one reason why
he should bo nominated, as he would be
all tin more popular with the Democrats
It was also learned from Mr. Gullin that
Maiur Warner bad just completed an es
timate of the vote in this State, which
show s there has been a largo Immigra
tion iu this State, and that a largo per
centage has been Republican, so that tho
Democratic majority is not nearly so
large as is supposed.
A Klitl'.ND 01' IIKNDEKSOX TALKS,
General Henderson is at Saratoga, hut
a gentlemau who has conversed with
him ou tin; subject of a race for Gov
ernor, said he did not believe the Gen
eral would accept a nomination. Ho is
too careful of his foreign mission to risk
a heavy defeat, as he recognizes ttiat
the Democratic party is united in the
State, while it would be next to an
impossibility to barmouize the Republi
cans. Prohibition State Convention.
Sr. Lous, Mo., August IS. Ex-Gov-crnor
Chas. l'. Johnson was at tho Union
Depot this morning to catch the Missouri
Pacitlc train for Sedalla to attend tho
Prohibition State Convention at that
place. To a reporter Governor Johnson
said: "There is not tho shadow of a
doubt but the movement is gaining
strength every day. of course there is
a certain class of people who will always
object to prohibition, and who, with the
whisky men aud brewers, thiuk they can
run tho couutry. But iu this they aro
"What of the National movemcutV"
"Well, I think tho nomination of a
Presidential candidate was a little pre
mature. There arc many States iu the
South where tho Prohibition feeling pre
vails, but which, nevertheless, wld not
poll a large vote for St. Johu. The rea
son of this is that while they would favor
the movement they do not like to go back
ou their old time ticket. This fact will
bo quoted by our opponents as being
significant of the weakness of the cause.
But when the matter comes to au Issue
the case will be far different. Iu tho
Northern States It is a different matter.
Missouri, for instance, would declaro
for Prohibition by a largo majority."
"Who will be nominated for Gov
ernor?" "Brooks, lie scetns to be generally
favored as far ns I have been able to
judge. The trouble at present Is that u
young politician who would boast of be
lug a temperance mau would kill himself
What the Bettinir Fraternity Think of
Nr.w YoitK August IS. Tho - Tiiiws
priuts dispatches from twenty-threo cit
ies, giving the betting at tho pool rooms
uud elsewhere on tho Presidential elec
tion aud showing tho chances to bo about
equally divided, lu Boston Blaluo is do
cldedly tho favorite in betting circles, and
odds are offered ou him with coniidence.
A Butler mau authorizes tho lkrahl to
put up any part of 100,000 ou Blaluo,
uud unother gentleman stands ready to
ttake at $100 to $70 almost any amount
on Ulaiue. Bcttiug hero ou tho result iu
Now York Is about even, or, If anything,
Cleveland has the call. In Buffalo bcttiug
is nearly even,
HUT FAVORS UI.AINK.
In Philadelphia Cleveland's backers aro
disposed to demand odds, and Blaiuo's
backers arc not disposed to glvo odds. J.
Y. Chartier, a man of fortune, has a bet
of 81,000 against 'J00 that Blaino will be
elected. In Pittsburgh, bets have been
booked at pool rooms: $500 even that
Blaino will bo elected; 93.000 that Cleve
land will be clectod ; 9500 even that Cleve
la ad will have 2. .000 majority in ttw
li nave .,uuu uiniunej m
aipnn ,t auQi jw, r-dh,.,.
In Haltimore bets have been frequent,
but not many of large amouuts. There
, NO ODDS OKKEItEK
on cither side. In Plchmond, Va., tho
bets have with few exceptions been con
fined to small amounts. Tho offers of
61,000 on Cleveland mado a week ago,
have not found takers. A merchant has
bet $100 that Cleveland will carry New
York by 50,000 majority. In Cincinnati
the betting thus far Is all on tue result
iu this State In October and iu Indiana.
In Cleveland there has been less betting
than usual. A score of bets, In small
sums, even on the general result, and on
.New York State, have been made. The
feeling in sporting circles Is that it is too
curly to go iu.
King's County Young Republicans.
Biuxiki.yx, N. Y., August IS. Much
Interest Is expressed In Republican cir
cles as to tho possible outcome of the
circulars sent out by the young Republi
can Club of King's County, requesting
views of the members of that organiza
tion upou tho propriety of holdiug a
meeting to consider the course to bo
pursued with regard to the Presidency.
J he absence of President Nichols Iroui
the city for the past few days has de-
yed the opening of many of the replies
to the circular received, aud it is uot
likely that any result will be made public
until the latter part of the present week.
Michigan Democrats and Greenbackers.
Dk i liorr, Mich., August IS. The Dem
ocratic and Greenback State Central Com
mittees meet here to-night to talk over
tho fusion proposition. The Democrats
would liko fusion all through, including
division of the electoral ticket; but tho
Greenbackers, while willing to fuso ou
the State ticket, Insist ou taking their
electoral ticket straight for Butler.
Without lusion, neither Democrats nor
Greenbackers have any show for success
Kelly Still Dumb.
Sakatooa, N. Y., August IS. John
Kelly returned here this morning and had
a long conference with ex-Senator Grady.
Kelly still refuses to talk on the political
1)11. GOODLLL xINKlXU.
Suffering from Hemorrhage of the Bow
elsHe Can Not Recover.
Sr. Lofts, Mo., August IS. Tho fol
lowing cablegram concerning the condi
tion of Dr. Goodell, pastor of tho Second
(Pilgrim) Congregational Church of this
city, has been received from Leatningtou,
"Weak and low: hemorrhage of tho
bowels; we fear he Is sinking andean
The friends of the doctor in St. Louis
arc afraid that news of his death will
reach them before to-morrow.
THE RCSll LEVIS Tl'.AGEUY.
The Cause of the Rash Act as Shown
by the Coroner's InqueBt.
Sr. Lotis, Mo., August IS. Deputy
Coroner Ilennessv, it seems, was not
convinced from tho testimony of Mrs
Tevis to tho effect that she and her hus-
baud lived happily together aud that
iealousy had nothing to do with his sui
cide. Tho verdict attributes the suicidal
act to tho green-eyed monster, and Is
based principally upon the evidence of
neighbors, one of whom swore that Mrs.
Tevis had been in tho habit of entertaining
gentlemen visitors, who spent from ouo
to live hours In her company.
A Prize FiRht.
Baltimouk, Md., August IS. A pri.e
light took place Saturday night lu an
East Baltimore saloon between Geo. Gos
sage and John Laccy, amateur pugilists
of this city, for $230 a side. Tho puiu
meling was done with bare knuckles, and
both meu wcrejiadly punished. Thirteen
llerce rouuds were fought, when Gos
sage's second claimed a ioul, which was
allowed, and the stakes were given to
Tho liuht occupied one hour and twen
ty minutes. Gossago broke two kuuckles
during the light. The affair was mau
aged with such secrecy that tho police
did uot get wind of it until last evening.
It is stated by one of the inshVrs that
another light between the same men will
be arranged for the 10th of September.
Ti: LKCS K AIM I IC Kit H V IT 1 ES.
Two duels are reported between Paris
Tho only Greek Church iu Atnerlci
closed at New York.
Geueral Mejia and two others engaged
in tho Mexican couspiracy were shot.
A freight train ou tho C, 15. & O.. Road
at Whitehall, 111., was partially wrecked.
Wm. Reubel, of West Belleville, 111.,
had ouo arm cut off by falling under a
Frauk Roeuer, a German from St.
Louts, was robbed by negro tramps at
Yellow fever has mado Its appearance
In epidemic form In several cities of So
Tho Mackerel Brigade had a picnic at
the Fair Grounds in St. Louis, and 8,00t
people wcro In attemlauce.
A negro was shot by the mate of tho
steamer War Eagle, because the darky
gave him some "back-talk."
Dent County, Mo., was carried by Con
gressman B and, and this virtually as
sures his renoiniuation for Congress.
A deputy Marshal arrived at Ft. Smith,
Ark., with a number ol prisoners charged
with murder iu the ludlan Territory.
Everything is ready for the opening of
tho ExposiUou uud Fair at Quiucy, HI.,
to-day. The exposition lasts live days.
Morgan, United States Minister to
Mexico, started to Washington, and it Is
believed tho visit Is lu connection with
tho liuprlsoument of American citizens.
In a 'collision on the Missouri Pacitlc
near Stoutsvllle, Mo., Jodm Young, lire
mauou a freight train, , was killed, and
Pat Hearinan, engineer, seriously in
jured. At a colored plcuic near Belleville,
HI., two ucgroes quarreled over a dusky
damsel, and razors were brought into
uso. John Houston was cut by a negro
Indications now aro that Arkansas' will
produce the lareost cotton crop in tho
history ol the State. In somo localities
picking has already commeuced. The
crop Is two weeks later than usoal.
At Lawrence Kas., the authorities are
eaforchifl h BfoWbitlwi law. Negroes
nu luiwu vm,--- : ..... .
,LfVft h""t wTriiMorl and tltoWiiOT
aro Chiefly tmama m , seuing
IN THE PASTRY
Tnnllln, linnn,i-nnire, etp., flnvor Take,
rreuiitt,lmlillnif.,Vc.,ua delicately and nut.
urullyiu the fruit from which they ure made.
FOR STRENGTH AND TRUE FRUIT
FLAVOR THEY STAND ALONE.
Price Baking Powder Co.,
St. Louis, Mo.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Dr. Price's Lupiilin Yeast Gems,
Hot Dry Hop Vea.t.
WE MAKH UL'T ONE QUALITY.
No. 4 In ii
Smnkors of Bla.'kwpU'ii Genuine
Bull Durham Sinukinn Totiaceo will
rii-cive iTfinitiiiia an fellows ira
terms and conditiona hcru iei'iliil
1st PREMIUM, 55,000
2d " S2,000
3d " $1,000
142 other PTomlumn as boreehown.
The Si premiums will he awarded
Piwnitii'r 22, l8i lt Premium
Ifiwa to the perunn from whom we re
ceive the lanrent nuniberof our empty
totiacen tair ;rir to ltc. 15. 'ill will
tie irivon f-ir the next lanrest number
and thus, in the order of the number
of empty liajn received from each,
to the twenty five aticcensful con
tertanti. Each ban murt bear our
orliriual Bull Durham label. D. 8.
Ilevonue stamp, and Caution Notice,
lliurs murt be done up securely in a
iiel;:w, with name Md address of
si lkier, and unmher of natrs contain
ed, plainly marke.l on the outside,
and must be sent, charcrs prepaid, to
lilnckwrll'n Durham Tobacco
C o.. ln-BHAM.X C. Every ftenuina
paekiwr- ha' picture of Bull.
See our utxt announcement
Itcrante it ai ts on the I.1VKK, BOWELS and
KIDNEYS at the same time.
Boeausa It oleanaea the system of the poison-
oua humors that dovetope in Kidney and Uri
nary Dlaooscs, llUiousncM, Jaundice, Constipa
tion, Piles, or lu Bneuinatigm, Nouralgia, Ner-
voug Disorders and all Female Complaints.
imuLw pruup op mm.
IT WILL aOUELT CUBE
By causing FEES ACTION' of aU the organ
and functions, thereby
CLEANSING tho BLOOD
restoring the normal power to throw off disease.
TH0U8AND8 OF CASES
of the worst forme of these terrible diseases
have boon juiokJy rouevod, and iu a short not
run t, (i, t.iqnt) on diit, solo uy diu hgists.
Dry can be sent by mail.
VTELL3, RICttARTlSOy & Co., Burlington, Vt.
3 St-tiil tump fur Dttry Almuisc for U.-4.
Tlio Feeble Grow Strong
When Ilostctters Stomach Bitters U used to prO
niiitu n'Himllntinu of tho food and enrich the
blonil. luille-tlon. the chief obstacle to an acqui
sition nf streiiKth by tho weak, U an ailment
which InfiiiliHy succumbs to tho action ol tni" in
fiilllh e corrective. Lose of flesh and ppetlte,
failure, to sleep, aud tfrowlun evidence of prema
ttuo ileciiy, are spuedl y counteracted by the great
lnvlpornni, which braces np tho physical energies
ami rortiilo tho constitution aalust dlesn.
For sale by all Druggists aud Dealers generally.
C Ann Crlck,Spnuus.WaqJie.Kistt-
aHARr mati.-m, Neuralgia. Sciatica,
7?L Pleurisy rains. Stitch In th
n A I IV O Side. BAckacas, Swolton Joints,
TAII0 Heart Disease, Sore Muaota.
i?TfVi?n ZoricS"'. Commanded, as it U, of
tin f , Hops. Hums, Bakmai4
ill tsa and.lraoirth.iiin rvroua Tkutor vr mod..
'. frl Ol). i av
lUilmi on receipt of flUr
proprlstors and Manu
ifCoaled tentl'ia, ImuI breath, sour it'imach and lira
Slss cured by Ilswl'-T's Htomaoh and IJrer ttlla. Wet