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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN
CAIRO, ILL., FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22,
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AniLopiionos In a novel word to most
peoi'le i,o speak the Hiitflixh laniruaire. Tho
lri-k umd it cfiiturii iuu, uiuuiiiur by it
T1IK 1'IUZE I1EAKKH."
Atiii.gpiiohos is the first and onlv
medicine which lias carried ofl the
prize as the perfert remedy for Kheu
matism and Neuralgia.
Like two rtlfntless tyrants they huve for
skwi held their sufferliiif victims In u Iron
Kn ji. These poor suilurers have been an bIiii en
Ui the powor of their oppressor.
ATni.oriioRoa has entered Hie arena, Cn
irairfcd IU Conflict with the IllOWlUTH, I1 J Willi tin-vii-torr.
Ad 1ih fmttM.titiirM in Out iir.-,..,.
jrajww of old could win only by the moat severe trial
i'i aouuy ami endurance, no atiiloi'Uouos nut n
tho pnzu, nut alone by kitm teniiorary relief, but
by brtutrtiuf an enduriiitf cure, m well, to thorn: w lio
have suffered Uie eiu-maaUiitf atomic of hbciiu d.
Atitlophouos is a novelty, not only
in name, hut in its element. It Li un
like any preparation yet introduced.
AniLoriiouoa acta on the Mood, miMlcs
and Joint, removing the j.toon ami arid from
the blood, carries Uieiu out of Uie hj Htcm.
kill, and contains uotliuiif that can jKnibly
harm the moat delicate constitution,.
Now, do you want to Buffer on and on?
it do you want to Uj well !
A U1 1 ii uii i r i
niniuuiiorus will uure T0UI9
If you cannot get atiiuh-iiorob of yourdrutf
fc'Nt, we will send It expn-a piilu", on receipt of
regular price one dollar per bottle. We prefer
that you buy It from your (Jruiwlyt, but If he
hasn't it, do not be persuaded to try something
i L-, but order at once from us as directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
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PKO K MMONAI. C A It US .
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PHYSICIAN 4t SURGEON.
hpecia! attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of sancical diseases, ami alsrases of women
OKHCK On llth utr'-et, opptsite tl.e Pot
bftice, Cairo, III.
)U. J. E. STKoNG,
12'J Comiiiwial Ave, ('.tiro, 111.
VAPOK, ELKC'i'l'.O VAl'dK MtlDICATKD
A ady in attendance.
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Cairo, - - 111
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OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFFICE Ity Dm More. Carboudalc. III.
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rjMlKtlTY NATIONAL BANK.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
a General Ilaiikiii? i'uiiirs.
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TIIOS. W. IIAI.I.IDAV,
(loinmercial Avenue and Eighth Mreit
F. BUOSS. Predident. 1 P. NtFF. Vice Prun'm
ll.W ELl.S, C;ieliier. T. J. Kertli. Arx't caon
K. BroM .. Ca'ro I Wllltam K'.it.o C Ire
Peter Nctr " I William Wolf.... "
('. M . Onterloh " I C. (). I'atier "
B A. Bnder " II. WelU
J. V. Clemon, Caledonia.;
A WESKHAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Exchange fold and bought. Ititereft publ ii
the Savings Department . Collection? made and
nil bnaintips promptly attended to.
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A DREADFUL EXPLOSION,
Tho OovornraGnt Launch Daphne
Explodos Hor Bollora at
All on Board Blown High Into the Ait
Paymaster Godden Lost, tho
Others Badly Scalded.
List of the Suifercrs All of Whom
Were Sent to the Marine
Memphis, Tenx., August 21. The
Government steam launch I)aphno ex
ploded her boiler at the foot of l'oplar
street this morning at eight o'clock. The
boiler was thrown hundreds of feet into
the air, aud lauded In the middlo of the
river. Her hull was Mown two blocks
from the landing near the elevator. The
chimney is the only other piece now visi
ble, those on board at the time were:
.S. N. Godden, paymaster.
Abe Graham, engineer.
Hilly Arnold, a newsboy.
C. D. Hyan, pilot.
l'ete Welsh, a deckhand.
All were blown high In the air, coming
down In the water. Nothing has since
been seen of Godden, who was sitting by
the boiler reading a paper at the time.
Graham was scalded and bruised
and may die. Arnold was found in
tho hull of the tug after the explosion
M.'AMiM KK'M JIKAU in KOOT.
His life Is despaired of. Hyan was
scalded, but escaped. Welsh had his
jaw cut badly, but not fatally. They
were ail sent to the Marine Hospital. As
the liiphnc was a Gjvernment boat her
pilots and engineers were not licensed,
local inspectors having no control over
A MUJiJUritOLS DKE.V.M,
Which Was No Mem Dream of Murder
Foist Worth, Tt.x., August L'l.
If uf tis Lindsay, the murderer of his sis
ter and stepfather at Arlington a few
days ago, has made the follow ing written
confessiou: "Augut b. My brother
and myself went to the reunion, staying
in Dallas two or three days and returned
home. My sister, my stepfather and my
si Jl were talking in peace aud quiet. No
hard feelings existed between us, and
alter retiring to bed I fell off to
sleep. As well as I remember I went
to sleep on my face. It appeared
to me that there were several men try
iti' to kill nie in my slce4, and when" I
aiue I gtalibed my pistol and went to
."Mooting. After shooting several shots
some one screamed. I then ran off. All
that I remember shooting at was my
brother Johnnie. It seemed to me that
ho :iih1 several others were trying to kill
me. It appeared to me that they had
thrown a cat ou nn before I went to
.-hooting I then left, aud the next I
knew I was on the raiiroad. I
then heard them say they Intended
to kill me. 1 then went to my
brother's for some clothes, and
tolU him I had shot some one. I thought
I had shot Johnnie aud the old man
Wright, but did not think I had killed
them. I then went to Cass County, near
where my w.fe and children lived", when
I was arrested and brought to this place
and put In jail. When I left my brother's
I took the Dallas road to Keeuan's Cross
ing ou Elm i'ork; from there to l'iano,
and from there to Gainesville: from there
to Black Jack Grove aud Sulphur Springs
an 1 to Mount l'.easant, and to Mr.
Hicks'." He will have a preliminary
VOl' til IT TO A VIMSJI.
Terrible Fisticuff Match in the Anthia
Cumhouk, Pa., August 21. In the an
thracite regions the settlement of personal
disputes has generally been decided by
pugilistic science. One of the worst
lights of this description occurred last
night ou Shoo-Fly Hill, some miles from
here. Wm. Murrah and Cbas. Deviuney,
conslns, met in the ring. In the crowd
there were at least llfty womeu. After the
rules had been read the men shook hands
and the fun began. Murrah got tlrst
blood aud first knock down, but weak
ened in the fourth round, aud from the
eleventh to the twenty -tlrst round was
knocked down ten times. In the twenty
filth round he expressed his willingness
to quit, but his seconds under-estimated
Deviuney 's waning strength and insisted
on two more rounds. They dually got
him to tlulsh the tweuty-nlutn, when he
insisted on throwing up tho sponge.
Murrah is laid up from the effects of his
punishment. Though several oilicers
were iu the crowd, uo arrests were
OUT OF THE WAY.
A Sane Wife Immured in an Asylum
by Her Husband.
Ottawa, Ont., August 21. A promi
nent politician of this city while passing
througn Long Point Lunatic Asylum a
few days ago discovered a lady acquaint
ance coutlncd in one of the wards. He
learned that, although perfectly sane, sho
had been placed there by her husband,
who wished to be rid of her. The politi
cian met the husband mid remonstrated
with him and stated that ho should bring
the matter to the notice of the Govern
ment. I'pon this the enraged husband
drew a revolver and threatened to blow
his lecturer's brains out if he interfered.
Action will Immediately be taken for the
wife's release and the punlhment of the
Stenographers' Convention Serioua
Hakklsbcku, Pa., August 21. The
lourth annual Convention of the Stenog
raphers Association of tho world met
here this morning. Delegate were pres
ent from all tho States ami Territories,
Canada and England. They were wel
comed by Governor Pattison and Mayor
Wilson. The morning (Mission was de
voted to addresses of weicomo and the
annual address of the President.
A Keadlug Hallway freight traiti, cross
ing the Canal Urldge at tho depot jumped
the track, tho cars striking the sides of
the structure with such force as to move
it from the foutdatlon aud toppled it in
to Urn water. Cars and bridge aro piled
fifty fi M. Mnii Tiirrn ""ju""x"t".
second accident of like character which
has happened at this bridge iu tho last
four years. It wlil require sixty thousand
dollars to replace tho bridge.
.MALK 1 LOATKU.
Supposed Steamboat Man Picked TTp
N ;ar Alton.
Alton, III., August 21 A male floater
was fouud near tho mouth of Wood Klver
yesterday. The body had evidently been
In the water live or six days. The man
was about forty years of age, slightly bald,
had a dark mustache, and was dressed
In a blue shirt, dark trousers,
line boots and rubber overcoat. He
had ou his person several pieces of paper
with tho "Diamond Joe Line" letter
head, but tho writing ou the papers could
not be made out. There was nothing by
which he could bo identified, but it Is sup
posed that he was connected in some way
with one of tho boats of that line. There
were no marks of violence on his person.
The remains were burled iu the city com
jiowi.im; vok thf. sl-OILS.
State Journal to Mindumus tha Print
Jekfeusox Cnv, Mo., August21. Tho
managers of the SVUa Journal Company
in this city will mako application to
night to Judge E. L. Edwards, who is
holding court at Hoouville, for an injunc
tion against tho Slate Pnutiug Commis
sioners, asking that they be restrained
from having uny printing of
tho second ciass done, until
a pending mandamus case Is settled.
The Jourifil put iu the lowest bid for the
printing of the second class, but the con
tract was awarded to the Tri'miie. Tho
Journal obtained a mandamus against
the Hoard, but tho latter recently decided
to have the printing of the second class
done without waiting for a flu d decision
iu the mandamus case.
American Bar Association.
Sakatooa, N. Y., August 21. All the
States of the Union, except, Colorado,
California aud Nevada, were represented
at this morning's session of the American
Har Association, the feature of which was
the Aunual Address of Judge Dillon, of
New York. His subject was the general
character of American laws and Institu
tions, accompanied with observations
upon their present, and speculations con
cerning their future condition. He re
garded our law and equity sjstems, with
all their defects, the most reliued, cul
tivated aud spleudl I system of law that
mankind ever enjoyed. The Committee
ou Jurisprudence reported on abuses of
the writ of habeas corpus. Other legal
topics were discussed.
LAT HIT ON K,
Death of James R. Dey, a Prominent
Cttlzen of Jersey City.
New Yoke, August 21. James II. Dey,
one of the leading citi.eus of Jersey City,
died yesterday. IJis grandfather was a
General in the Revolutionary war, and
his father, Anthony Dey, one of the
founders of Jersey City. Ills father,
with Richard Varick and Jacob HadcUff,
purchased all the land on which old Jer
sey City stands. The deceased made a
fortune in business, lie was, with the
exception of one son, who survives him,
the last male representative of tho once
powerful Dey family.
They Shoot at a Woman and K.U Her
CoLi.ixsviLi-E, Tex., August 21. Tues
day night a Deputy Sheriff and a con
stable went to the house of the Widow
Itass, sister-in-law of the late notorious
Sam Hass, to arrest one Hraudt, sup
posed to be there. When they demanded
admittance a shot was tired Irom within,
and they returned the lire, killing Mrs.
Hass' ten-year-old son. Hrandt was not
there. Mrs. Hass had llred the first shot
thinking the oilicers were Intruders.
Huckfoku, III., August 21. Frauk
Shlek, of Durand, while drinking a bottle
of pop ou Monday washed a false tooth
and gold plate down his throat. It stuck
about four inches down and ballled all
effort to remove it for nearly forty hours.
The man could not eat but suffered no
paiu. It was feared an incision would
have to be cut in his neck and the Impedi
ment removed In that manner. Emetics
were administered, but the plate was
fouud to be too large to be throwu up. A
surgeon from Chicago was seut for, and
he succeeded in securing the wandering
After the Assassins.
Nashville, Texx., August 21. Foui
leading Mormon Elders yesterday pre
sented a sworn petition to Governor
Hate, asking that a reward be offered
for the apprehension of those persons
engaged iu the Lewis County massacre
Sunday, August 10th. The petition sets
forth that the prejudice against Mormons
iu this State is based upon Ignorance.
It denies that Mormons have baptized
women iu a nude statej also that Mor
mon Elders have ever tried to break up
families or seduced women. It further
deuics that Mormons have ever at
tempted to lutrodyije polygamy into
Tennessee or any other State, and denies
all charges against the deceased.
Forepiugh Sued for Damages.
Bi.oo.mixgtov, III., August 21.
Joseph Custer to-day instituted a suit itl
the McLean Circuit Court against Adam
F'orepaugh for 85,000 damages. Previous
to the performance Custer was watching
a free tight-rope walk outside, when the
apparatus, which was improperly put up,
gave away, aud a post In falling struck
Custer, breaking his arm aud otherwise
Injuring his body.
Senator Lapham's Possessions.
Bloomixuton, III., August 21. Sena
tor Lapham arrived in this city this morn
ing aud will remain several days looking
after his extensive lauded interests In this
Comity. The Senator is tho principal
owuer of the new town of Ellsworth, and
expects to make a vast fortune by the rise
and present value of laud located In and
near this place.
Killed the Baby.
Yolxostown, 0., August 21. The two-year-old
son of Mlchaol Uogan was killed
yesterday afternoon by his eight-year-old
brother. The eldest lad was In a tree
backing at the II nips with a d ill hatchet
when the blado flow off the handta and
THE CENTRAL FIGURE.
Bon Butlor Making Himself the
Mo3t Promlnont Candidato
Boforo tho People.
"Tell It Not in Gath, Publish It Not
Upon tlw Streets of" Mt. GiLjad, for
It is Offensive to Our Ears.
The Cincinnati Enquirer to be Boycot
ted if h Docs Not Discharge
New Vui:k, A ugtHt 21. General Benja
min I', liutier arrived at the Fifth Avenue
Hotel last evening. His arrival was un
heralded, and only a few of his political
friends knew lie was to come. General
Butler has addressed the Secretary of tho
Central Labor Union, declining to review
Its parade of September 1, owing to tin
perative engagements in tho Northwest.
He says: "My regret Is softened by the
fact that the trades unions are wholly
non-political, and as I can not discuss tho
rights and duties of the workingmen now
without di.-cu-ising politics, my attend
ance there would be quite useless."
Saulsbury cn Butler.
SaI!aioi;a, N. Y., August 21. "Yes,"
said Senator Saulsburr.of Delaware, this
morning, "Hutler is on the stump, and
much good may it do him. He is seek
ing notoriety, which is meat and drink
to him. He says that he does not ex
pect to be elected this time, but that ho
is sowing seed which may blossom into
success in Is?. I ho; tho devil won't
have him by that tiuv. I am sincere in
that remark. I wish Hutler may live to
repent and see the folly of his ways."
Butler is evidently causing Democratic
statesmen some uneasiness. Every one
of prominence ta.ks in the same strain as
Senator Sanlsbury. They believe tho
General is actuated by the spirit of pure
cussedness, and that his sole object in
running is to elect Mr. Blaine.
Butler Adherents Conferring-.
Boston, Mass., August 21. Repre
sentative Butler adherents from all sec
tions of the State met at the Kevere
House to-day in conference and appointed
a temporary committee of live, with N.
A. Piympton, chairman, to take cliavgoof
the campaign till the State Convention,
when a Slate committee will be ap
pointed. Hhere is no Balm in Qileud for Demo
cratic Readers of "Oath."
Mt. Gii.ead, 0., August 21. The fol
lowing is a plank from the platform
adopted by the Democratic Convention
of ;iiorrow County Saturday Inst:
f' oiv?, That wo denounce the course pur
sued by the ( ineintuiti -.hzhoit n udimttniir
to its columns the coit'Sioh1oiko of thai
fervile Kepul licim to il, "Oath," s1 long us it
prol'c-ses to be u Demo, r.itie orcan; and
while It tobiotei k pn si nt political course w o
udvise the I H-oiiii inry of Morrow 'otinty, mi l
of the State of uhlo, not to contribute to Ms
support, as ho liclievc it should bo repudiated
by every Iioiioi able ritien: and we ilemand
of John l(. .Mel.eim that he I'uitill his promise,
pledge nil i duty to support the HeinoeiHtio
HLooMixtnox, III., August 21. Tho
recent Greenback and Anti-Monopolist
State Couvcutiou iu this city was a dead
ifailure. It is now thought the Waters
faction aud the followers of Norton, the
Greenback leader of Cook County, wil
come together ou the 27th iust. and
nominate a State ticket which will be
satisfactory to both parties, notwith
standing Norton left tho Convention Hall
disgusted during the Convention here on
Weioome to Ryan.
Philadelphia, Pa., August 21. The
welcome to Archbishop Hyan by the Cath
olic Total Abstinence Arch-Diocese
Union to-night will be one of the most
imposing demonstrations ever witnessed
In this city. After the procession, dele
gations of the Arch-Diocese Uuiou w ill
assemble in the parlors of the Cathedral,
where an address to Archbishop Kyau
will be delivered in behalf of that body
by John II. Campbell, President of the
Three Hundred Pages and Two Hundred
New Yoke, August 21. Commander
Schley's report of tho Greely expedition
has not yet been sent in, aud will uot be
until Secretary Chandler, who arrived in
New York ou Tuesday, returus to Wash
ington. Tho manuscript covers 300
pages and will be Illustrated by over 200
photographic views. Tho uso of pho
tography In olllcial reports is a novelty,
but Commander Schley said ho did not
want to neglect anything that would make
the report clearer or more complete.
Thirteen Thousand People Thrown Out
IIoi.yoke, Mass., August 21. Thirty
two mills aud several other manufactories
were compelled to shut down yesterday
by leakage lu the dam, throwing 13,000
operatives temporarily out of work. This
is the first shut down In the city's his
tory. Tho Lyman mills have shut down
for two weeks, which keeps thirteen hun
dred employes out. Over supply is the
cause. At nearly nil tho mills, with the
exception of tho Lyman, tho owners and
directors say the orders far exceed the
supply of goods turned out, and the shut
dowu inconveniences them greatly.
Atchison, Kas., August 21. This
morning Joseph Teck, a sti anger in
this city attempted to commit suicide by
stabbing himself twice in the breast, and
cutting his throat. He had bought a
ticket for Clyde, Kas., only a short time
before. He had letters ou his person ad
dressed to him at 4274 Eighteenth street,
Chicago. The cause of his attempt to
take his life Is nnknown. His wounds
may provo fatal.
Governor Ireland Arrested.
Houston, Tkx., August 21. Governor
Ireland was arrested hero yesterday un
der a United States warrant. Halted
States Marshal Tracy, who hxs been In
arrest in his pocket, but for some reason
delayed serving It. tiovernor Ireland
took his prospective arrest coolly and
asserted that ho did right in withholding
citizenship from Francois. In an inter
view, Governor Ireland Is quoted as
making the statement that he Issued tho
pardon at the time merely to save tho
! Attorney-General a trip to Galveston to
answer tho writ of habeas corpus. The
Governor Is also of opinion that Fraucois'
nllldavlt, upon which tho Federal war
rant was issued, will again land Francois
in the Penitentiary.
HASE HALL llltEY ITIES.
Score of Games Played on Wednesday,
Boston, Mass. Bostons Unions, 5;
Baltimore L'nlous, 1 Bostons, 7; Chl-
New York New Yorks, 14; Buffalos, 0.
.....Metropolitans, 4; Brooklyns, 3.
Philadelphia, Pa.-Clevelands, 9j Phil
adelphlas, 'J. Ten Innings.
Providence, Ii. L Providences, 5;
Baltimore, Md. Baltimores, 9; Vir
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis Unions, 5;
Kansas City Unions, 2.
Cincinnati, (). Cincinnati Unions, Id;
Chicago Unions, H.
Dinitoir, Mini., August 21. H. H.
Dufur, of Marlboro, Mass., deposited
$200 more with tho Kcmituj Xrws for the
four hundred-dollar wrestling match,
and defines himself asfol'ows: "I will
wrestle agaiust J. J. Benja min, of Wash
lngton, collar and elbow, best two In
three, and will back George W. Flags,
of Vermont, agaiust Colonel McLaughlin,
of Detroit, in a mixed mutch. Total
stakes $200 a side. Both matches to take
place the same day or evening, with one
referee." These terms will bo accepted.
Saratoga, N. Y., August 21. An ioi
roense crowd is present at the raco
course. As the weather is clear, and not
too hot, good sport is promised.
First Hace Purse of $400; all ages;
oue mile: Won by Jim lienwick; Lof
ton, second; Lady Loud, third. Time,
1:44. Mutuals paid $10.70.
Second Hace Kenuer stakes for three-year-olds;
two mile: Powhattan, tlrst;
Poliuarus, second; Pauique, third.
Time, 3:30 1-2. Mutuals paid 22.00.
Third Hace Handicap sweepstakes for
all ages; one mile aud live huuJrd yards:
Won by Fosteral; General Monroe,
second; Nett.e, third. Time, 2:14. Mu
tuals paid 14.90.
Brighton Beach Races.
New Yoke, August 21. The races at
Brighton'Beach were continued yester
day before a large assemblage. Tho
fields were large aud the six contests
First Hace Maiden two-year-olds,
five-eights miie: Jack Cade, tlrst; Day
leen, second; Jauett's Pride, third. Time,
Second Kace Selling allowances, one
mile: P.uuger, tlrst; Lutestring, sec
ond ; Llllie H., third. Time, 1 :43 3-4.
Third Itace The August cup, two and
one-half miles: Levant, tlrst; Henry B.,
second. Time, 4.39 1-4.
Fourth Hace A handicap, one and
one-qiurter miles: Teu Strike, first; Lit
tle Buttercup, second; Bouncer, third.
Time, 2:10 3-4.
Fifth Hace All ages, seveu-cighths
mile: Montauk, first; Woodllower, sec
oud: Burton, third. Time, 1 :30 1-2.
Sixth Hace Steeplechase: Odette,
first; Hebok, second. Time, 2:50 1-4.
Utica, N. Y., August 21. The unfin
ished 2:21 race was won by St. Albaus in
the seventh heat In 2:24 1-4, Adelaide
taking the sixth heat in 2:21 1-2.
Lillie Dale wou the sixth aud seventh
heats in the 2:30 class, lu 2:23 1-4 and
2:25 1-2; Temple, second; Windsor,
third; Prince Mlddletou, fourth.
Running Against Time at Narragansett
Providence, U. I., August 21. As
Frauk Work's team were unable to start
at Narragausett. Park yesterday through an
order by wire, Gilbert sent Hochefelier's
team, Cleora, 2:18 3-4, and Independence,
2:21 1-4, two good miles. The first was
to warm up aud was made In 2:23. The
second mile was made in 2:17 1-2, tho
quarters being 30, 103 1-2, 143 1-2. To
day Work's team, Edward aud Swlvcller,
will try to beat 2:10 1-4.
THE Itl YAL ELY Kits.
Jay-Eye-See to Trot Against the Time
of Maud S.
New York, August 21. The statement
of Mr. Bonner that he will allow Maud S.
to trot in public, but not for money, In
case her record should be beaten, directs
more earnest attention to Jay-Eye-Sec.
The patch of corn growing in tho center
field at Prospect Park Grounds will bo
cut away, so that nothing will Interfere
with the view from tho grand stand, aud
should the weather be line there will bo a
large crowd at the park on Tuesday, as It
is thought that Jay-F.ye-Seo will beat the
2:09 3-4 record of Maud S. The little
horse likes hot weather. Low-bred
horses put forth their strongest efforts on
a cold day. but not so with high-bred
ones. Mr. Bonner's friends will visit the
track to see that Jay-Eye-See Is properly
Elucating the Little Injuns.
San ta Fe, N. M., August 21. Captain
K. H. Pratt, principal of the Indian train
ing school, left last night, via St. Louis,
for Carlisle, Pa., having in charge
seventy-seven Indian boys and girls from
the Pueblos, adjacent to Santa Fe, who
.will spend three years at Carllslo learn
ing the English language and useful
Stamp d a Woman.
Steklino, III., August 21. Henry
llutton living in Ncwtou Township, In
this county, got Into trouble yesterday
with a neighbor named Smith concerning
the pasturage of some animals. ' Smith
npleviued them, and llutton went to
Smith's residence during the lattcr's ab
sence and began au altercation with Mrs.
Smith, who ordered bini to leave the
premises, llnttou knocked her down
Utrd stamped upon her. A pfeyafciao
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TEST YOUR BAM POMR TQ-DAI!
Brands adrertlned at ahsolutoly pare
THE TEST I
rJ... Ca.r,ln t"p llr"".n on but tov' until hpatl,this
fmirwi t . i" '.'"""J11"' nn. A ch.mit will not b r
quired to duUict tuv (irnauuca or ammonia.
DOES NOT CONTAIN AMMONIA.
ITS HKALTIIKl tSKSS IMS NEVER BUS QIISTIOXID.
In a million hoimw fur a quarter of a century It ha
stuud thu consumer.' reliable tent,
THE TESTJFJHE OVEN.
PRICE IIAKINti POWDER CO.,
Dr, Price's Special FlaForimEitracls,
Tliolronirt,niott delicious ami nturftlfUror known, ud
Dr. Price's Lupulin Yeast Gems
For LiKht, Healthy Hri'iid. The Unit Dry Hup
Veast III tho World.
FOR SALE BY CROCERS.
CHICAGO. . ST. LOUIo.
Smoke of BIsrkweU'H Genuine
Cull Durham Sniokinx Tobacco will
rwiive iTviinuinii art follows on
tvrmnaui! rendition hnre mwitind
St PREMIUM, $5,000
2d " $2,000
3d " $1,000
'i'i other Premium aahiTeahown.
Thn 35 iTpmluma will lie awarded
Peci-uilK-r 22. !. I at Premium
K'm'h to the Hraon from whom we re.
ci'lvi' thi' laririt nuniberof our auipty
tnbaiTO bairn prior to Dee IB. iitl will
Iw niveu for thi) next larist nnimVr
and thus, in tin nrd'T of tho number
of empty ham nwetved from cacti,
to tho twenty flv aiicci'Hiful cou
ti'stanta. Farli hm imiat hoar our
original Bull Durham label, U. H.
Revenue stamp, and Caution Notice.
Pairs niurt lx done up aoenrely iu a
pvkiu with name and addrcxn of
'-nVr. and numlwr of bairn contain
ed, i lainly marked on tho outside,
a'ld must bo nont. rharirca juwpairt, to
Itlnrkwrll'a Durhnm Tobacco
t ., DemiAM. N C. F.viry irenuine
lai.-kah'i' liaH pii-tun1 of Hull.
Soo our next announcement
If you arc bilious, dyspeptic
or constipated, a few bottles
of Hops and Malt Bitters will
cure you as they have many
others. An occasional use of
Hops and Halt Bitters gives
tone to the blood, strengthens
the nerves and promotes per
fect digestion. Do not be
persuaded to try something
else, said to be just as good,
but get the genuine. For
sale by all dealers.
HOPS & MALT
Bick ncanVhe and relievo all the trouble Inci
dent to a hilioua state of tho iytem, mcb. as
t inees, Nausea, rrowsinen, Ilistreaa after eatinjr,
Pa n la the Side, 4c. While their moet remark
able Buctesa has been shown in caring
iloanVhr.yrt Cartrr'sLittle Liver Pills are eYjnallf
valuablo in Constipation, curing and preventing
this annoying complaint, while they also correct
all disorders of the stomach, Btimulatd the liver
aud regulate the bowels. Even if they only cured
Ache they would be almost priceless to those Who
tuil'T from this distrcKniiin complaint; bat fortu
nately their goodness does not end here, and those
vhooncotry them will find these little pills ralu
slilein so many ways that they wlllnot be willing
to do without thtau Hut after all sick head
Is t hefcstiiJ of so many lives that here is where w
make our (treat bounU Our pUla euro It while
Others do not
Carter's Little Liver Tillf are very small n
Tory tay to take. Oncer two pills makes dose.
They are strictly Twtable n'' do not gripe or
purge, but by their gentle action pleaw sil wha
tisethem. Ia vials at liJ cents: Are for II. bvli
ty druggists every waure, or seat by mau.
CARTER MEDICINE Cq.yeifJqrk,.
AO K NTS WANTED.
835000 PER MONTH!
rJtlVtVV SALAKY AND COMMISSION
to competent bulne manager for this rity (or
fltatalAtencv. HKSPONSIhLE COMPANY, bus.
loess practical! rs monopoly, rivalling, tbs Tsls-
v. -..,) pin liiSiriuni ... mt
AMPLE OCTFIT 8TAPLM100D8. No bonds
No Particulars sdditss, with ruferencc.