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CAIRO, ILL, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 24, 1IUU.
AniLOPnoK08 1.4 a novel word to most
people who iak Uio English language. Tho
Orw-ks ul It centuries atro, meaning by it
"TIIR MllV.ltk-ilil. li
Athlophoiio3 is the first and only
medicine which, has carried off tin
prize an the perfect remedy for llheu
inatism and Neuralgia.
Uke two relentless tyrants they have for
am beM their sutlerum victims lu aii iron
(frip. These poor siitlurvni have been aa sla . is
ill the power of their opprwiflors.
AniLornoKos has entered thearr-na.rn-
gajrod Id conflict with this mounter., aud wou 'In:
vti-tory. As the comimtitoni la the Umuti
trames of old could win only by the most severe train
of abuity and endurance, so Atiiloi-uobos ban von
the prize, not alone by giving fcuiiiorar- relief, hut
by bringing an enduring cure, a well, to those v b i
have suffered the eieruciaUiig sgouie of l'.beuma.
Usui and Neuralgia,
ATnLOpnouos in a novelty, not only
in name, but in its elements. It is un
likj.any preparation yet introduced.
ArnLoruoHod acts on the blood, muscles
ami Joints, removing the poison and add from
the blood, carries them out of tlie system.
Atiilophor Is put up with consummate
kill, and contain nothing that can posnihly
harm the moat dclicato eoiwtitutirm.
Now, do you want. to surrer oa and on?
or do you want to Ui well 1
"Athlophoros" WILL Cure You
If you cannot get Atiiuu'iioros of your drug
pint, we will send It express p;ild, on n coljit of
n-cular price one dollar per bottle. We prefer
thut you buy It from your druirtfst, but If ho
hasn't It, do not be persuaded to try BoinetUlng
else, but order at once from us aa direc ted.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST.. MEW YORK.
immiiuiiiiiini,jr uMiim niMlfl
JKOKGE IIAKKiiO.V LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN 4t SUKGEOX.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic 'n at
men of farcical diseases, ar.d aiseste of women
OKr'K'K On lllh street, nppootv the Post
office, Cairo. III.
J)U. J. K. STRONG,
129 Coinnieroial Ave, Cairo, 111.
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U. E W. WI1ITLOCK,
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a.Ki ' j i.d Ninth Sttratta
. PARSONS, M. ).,
OCULIST AND AUIIIST.
OFFICE Iiy Drug score, Carbondalr. 111.
ryUKUTY NATIONAL HANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, tfl 00.000 !
4 General Bankintr Mnsiness
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'NTERPRlSE SAVING HANK".
KXClTSIVKLY A SAVINGS UA K.
THUS. AV. II AT.I.I DA ,
Comniereia! Avenue and Eighth Street
F. BHOSS, President.
II. WELLS, Cashier.
P. NV.Fr. V.c.elVee'i.1
T. J. Kerth. Ass", riiyf,
F. Rrotf Ca'ro I William Kl.iLe. .0 Ire
I'etiTNefT " Willium Wolf.... "
('. M OHerluh " IC. (. Palter "
K A. Buder " II. Wello '
J. V. Clcrn'on, Caledonia.,
A I'iESKKAL BANKISO BUSINESS DON H.
Kxchaniro fold and bought. Intert pu d 'i
the Savings Department. Collecilons made mul
all hnnlnens promutlv attended tiv
OUR MERCHANT MARINE.
Iloavy Accos3ions to Amoricar
Bottoms by Transfor From
Coinmissionor Butterworth and the New
Orleans Exposition Andrew Car
nagie, the American Steel King.
Bench Molders and Morocco Dressirs
Stiike Against a Threatened
Our Merchant Marine.
Nkw Yduk, August T!. "The tea
trade Is la a state of apprehension,"
said au old Importer lu Front street
yesterday. "If Franco llnally declares
war against China, the prices of teas,
8:lks, and other Chiuese goods will ma
terially advance. That the Chinese
themselves bel eve there will be war
Is show u by the recent uaufer of Chi
nese vessels to Russell k Co. of No. CO
Wall street. This Is the heavl
et purcha-e ever known in this
line. It includes thirty-three steam
ships, varyiug between 10G
and 1,000 tons imiden. The ships
were built in America and were sold to
the Chinese singly ami have now been
transferred to the American, Hag, most
probably on account of the danger ol
war. As tlie vessels of a neutral nation
tbey will be exempt from seizure. A
representative of Jtussell & Co. admitted
that ihe vessels spoken of above have
been transferred to the American ling,
but decliued to give any further Informa
tion. Coznmibsioner Butterworth and the Nuw
Wamjim.ihn, D. C, August 23. Coui
misjsioner of l'ateuts llutterwoitb, who
Is also Commissioner for the New Orleans
Exposition on the part of the Department
of the Interior, is endeavoring to make
the grandest display at the Exposition of
the inventive genius of this country ever
before ebuwu. To accomplish this work
In the very limited space of time that in
tervenes, the Commissioner Invites the
early and earnest co-operation of
all Inventors and manufacturers ol
important labor-saving machines, aud
devices. All who represent such inter
ests are requested to send as soon as
possible a neatly made small working
model of their invention or manufacture.
It is proposed that such models be re
tained alter the close of the Exposition
by the Patent Mlice, and form a part of
the collection on permanent exhibition in
the model halls of the department. All
communications on this subject should
be addressed to Hon. James llutterworth,
Commissioner of Patents, Washington,
Honored by Abuae.
PmsiiiKGii, Pa. August L';J. Mr. An
drew Carnegie, the American steel king,
who has established seventeen liberal
newspapers in England, said yesterday
that he felt highly honored by the bitter
attack made on him a few days ago by
the .St. Jiiioh' trizi.ttc. Ho denies
that the people of Great
liritaiu are satistled with the
present system of Government, and says:
"1 believe that even to-day if a vote were
taken throughout Great liritain and Ire
land, a majority would be in favor of
electing a Chief Magistrate after the
death of yueen Victoria. They would
favor the sentiment, Iknow.th.it here
after the Hag of old England should
decree equal rights and privileges to
aa citizens. The .St. .umcs' Gazette
Is (juite right in saying I would
destroy, if 1 could, both the Crowu and
House of Lords, just as I would destroy,
If I could, every vestige of privilege
throughout the world. If I could only
give to every worklnmuan in Great
liritain equality in political privileges
with any King, Priuce, luke or
Lord. I would be willing to go
tar aud spend much. In the meantime I
console myself withHuru's lines: "Its
coming yet, for a' that." Mr. Carnegie said
he considers Ireland's rebellion against
English rule justifiable, but thinks the
Irish are mistaken in holding the English
people responsible. The House of Lords,
he says, is to blame.
Bench Molders and Morocco Dressers
Philadelphia, Pa., August L';5. On
account of the threatened reduction of
one-half per cent. In wages the bench
molders of Thomas Devlin & Co. struck
this morning and were joined by all tho
employes iu the shops, about ninety In
number. The men pledged themselves
not to resume work until a committee of
their own members should declare tho
strike ended. They assert that good
workmen can make 62 or $2.50 a day
and a llrst-class molder earns about U
Tho beams men, employed by Duugan,
Hood & Co., morocco dressers, about
twenty in number, struck to-day, alleg
ing they were required to do more work
for tho same wages than was exacted
from their brethren lu similar establish
ments. They assembled at seven o'clock
this morulng at St. John and Button
wood streets and issued a call for a meet
ing of all the morocco dressers.
W A N TON 1 V.ST U I' t T I O X .
Burglars Take Possession of Mt. Car
Mr. Cau.mkl, III., August 23. Burg
lars effected an entrance Into the resi
dence of Martin Walters last night and
succeeded in gcttlrm his pocket-book,
which contained $125 cash and a number
of valuable notes. His store on Main
street was also burglarized and a large
amount of goods were taken. Last night
was a gala night with the thieves, and
after committing the robbery mentioned
above they went about for the purpose of,
destroying property. They slashed a
cow with their knives until It died, and
cut the tops of buggies and wagons to
pieces. Tho cow belonged to a widow
who has a hard timo to make a living.
Great Indignation prevails among tho
Albion, N. Y., August 23. U is tho
opinion of Warner's friends that it would
have becu better for all concerned, if he
had remained at homo and faced the
music as be alone thorougly nmMrst&nds
tho Burrows family stated yesterday,
that they had no hopo of anything beluj
left, that was susceptible of having been
taken away, and they believe tho defal.
cation to be the result of a studied scheme.
Whether this Is true or not Is only I
matter for conjecture. Tho w hole troubl
may be laid to speculation commenced on
Warner's private capital, but which
eventually swallowed up most of the per
sonal property of the Burrows estate, if
not that of the bank. Tho Idea that the
family will be boggard, Is however
Experts have opened the outer door
of tho securities safe, but their drlils
can not penetrate the burglar proof
plates, and they returned for special
tools. Bank Examiuer Williams is now
in charge. Doubtless Warner took with
him plenty of cash aud Is now in Can
ada. There Is but little confidence expressed
by tho bank's depositors, despite the as
surance of its officers. The Burrows
family left Warner in undisputed control
of their affairs, although his management
was by no means satisfactory.
Left Without a Dollar. 4
Albion, N. Y., August 23. A. S.
Warner's defalcation aud flight continue!
to be the sensation. His wifo told a
friend to-day that she Is left nearly penui
less, and those of Burrows' family,
whoso income were derived from the es
tate, also fear that taey will be left
without a do lar.
liASK BALL, UHJIVXTIE-S.
Score of Games Played on Friday,
New York Game prevented by ralu.
Baltimore, Md. Baltimores, 8; Alle
Philadelphia, Pa.-Phlladelphias, 5;
Cincinnati, O. Clncinuatls, 0; Indian
apolis, 0. Three inuings. Game called
on account of rain.
Hartford, Conu. Provld nces, 4; New
Yorks, 3. Six Innings. Bain.
Washington, D. C Nationals, II;
Boston, Mass. Baltimore Unions, 4;
Boston Uuions, 3.
St. Louis, Mo. Kansas City Unions, C;
St. Louis Uuions, 3.
Cincinnati, O. Chicago Uuions, S;
Cincinnati Unions, 2.
Brighton Beach Races.
New York, August 23. There was a
pretty big crowd at Brighton Beach raca
track yesterday. There were six events
on the programme, but the hurdle race
was dropped on account of the heavy
couditlou of the track. Prior to the reg
ular meeting, Charley Bader and Blue
string ran a mile match which was won
by the latter by two lengths In 1 :17 3-4.
First Race Maidens of all ages, three
quarters mile : Bull's Head, tirst; Spar
tacus, second; King Day, third. Time,
Second Race A selliDg purse, one
mile: Marsh Redon, first; Frank Uunyan,
second; Unknown, third. Time, 1:47 1-2.
Third Itace Handicap, one and one
haif miles: Wave-o'-Light, tirst; Wood
Mower, second; Tilford, third. Time,
Fourth Race Consolation race, ono
and one-eighth miles: Bonero, lirst; Blue
Bell, second; Auule G., third. Time,
Fifth Race All ages, welter weights,
seven furlongs: Floreucc M., first; Mil
ler, second ; Talleyrand, third. Time,
Chicago, III., August 23. The mid
summer racing meeting at tho Chicago
Driving Park was closed yesterday, with
a good attendance.
First Race For two year olds, three
fourths of,a mile: Mary Rami. ton wou ;
Vau.ter, second; Leonardo, third. Time,
Second Race Ono mile, for three-year-old
nou-wlnners: Bonita won;
Colonel Montgomery, second; only two
Third Race One and one-sixth miles,
for non-winners: Europawon; Twilight,
second; John Sheppard, third. Time,
1 :50 3-4.
Fourth Race The August stakes, a
mile heat race over four hurdles was a
walk-over for Katie Creel.
Saratoga, N. Y., August 23. Weather
clear and warm, with good attendance.
First Race Equity stakes; for two-year-olds
j three-quarters of a mile:
Morning Glory, tirst; Sam Stone, second;
Iiarrigan, third. Time, 1:10 1-2. Mu
tuals paid f 2U.80.
Second Race For Morrissey stakes;
all ages; two miles: Won by General
Monroe; Compensation, second; Vera,
third. Time, 3:38. Mutuals paid '.).30.
Last Saen of Surgeon Black-The Vel
Boston, Mass., August 23. It Is now
charged and denied that the Tatlapoosa
changed her course, and that tho oUicers
were unable to make out the lights of
tho approaching schooner. When last
seen Surgeon Black was aft on the rail,
preparing to jump, but whether ho did
Is not known. Lieutenant Everett says
Dr. Black seemed to bo dazed, aud ho
called his attentlou to the life-preservers,
but Black only asked: "Where are they?"
The uegrocs of the crew were badly
Oodden's Body Found.
Memphis, Tenn., August 23. Tho
body of Paymaster S. W. Godden, who
was blown up on tho steam launch,
Daphne, Thursday morning, was found
hy a colored skiffmau this forenoon float
ing iu the river. Tbo body was pulled
tshoro aud au inquest held by 'Squire
Quiglcr. On examination one gash on
the right side of the bead large euougli
to insert a hand was found. His entire
body was burned all over. Fifty-seveu
dollars were found on his person. Tho
body was taken charge of by llolct Bros.,
Left Husband and Children for a Stran
Leavenworth, Kas., August 23. A
sensational elopement occurred hore
Thursday night and has justbeon brought,
to light. Mrs. Foltz, a boardlng-houso
mistress, became enamored of one of her
boarders and fled with him, tearing a
husband asd four children. Her para-;
moue is a new-comer and htonaHM hn-j
known. Tlroyare tirposcc-fo 'vpfBQ.;
Strong Expressions From Dome
cratio Voters Tammany Will
Senator Daniel Voorhees Eetaiueu to De
fend Shoemaker The Threat to Drag
Mrs, Blaine Into Court.
Clay County Republicans Chairman
Oberly's Change of Base Lo
gan at Chicago.
New Yoke, August 23 The World to
day publishes three columns of letters
from the people former readers of the
Sun who deuonuco the paper for Its bolt
to Butler. The letters are from all parts
of the country, and breathe words ol
earnest comfort to aud confidence In
Cleveland and the Democratic platform.
It is safe to predict that at tho meet
ing of Tammany Hall uext month Mr.
Cleveland will be enthusiastically in
dorsed by the membors. Mr. John Kelly
has been feeling the popular pulse, aud is
greatly surprised to llnd that tho rank
and tile are doing earnest work for the
Democratic ticket. He will sink, it Is
said, any personal feeling ho may have
and come out strong. After the indorse
ment there will be a meeting of tho old
organization aud a big raliy.
THE SOCIAL VAMPTKK.
Dan Voorhees to Defend the Indian
Indianapolis, Ind., August 23. Sena
tor Daniel W. Voorhees was in the city
yesterday in consultation with Editor
Jno. C. Shoemaker, of tho Srntind, re
garding the suit for damages for defama
tion of character brought by J. G.
Blaine against that paper. The result
of the conference can not be ascer
tained, but It is certain that Voorhees
has been called to Shoemaker's
assistance, aud will be his chief attor
ney in the case. Mr. Shoemaker said
he would Insist upon tlie presence of
Mrs. B.aine at the trial, as well as thatof
Mr. B.aine. Senator Harrison, Blaine's
principal attorney, said the prosecution
would be unable under tbe law to take
further steps until the defense lias tiled
an answer to tlie complaint, for which tho
law ailows tlttecn days. Mr. Shoemaker
said at the outset that he was willing
aud anxious that the case should como
to trial speedily, but he has not yet tiled
his answer, which would greatly expe
Loran at Pullman At Chicago.
Chicago, III., August 23. General
John A. Logau arrived at Pullman last
evening. He appeared to be in good
spirits, and declared that the chances of
Republican success were never better
than lu the present campaign. This
evening he will bo met by a committee,
and continue on his way to Chicago. Ho
will leave the railway train at Twenty
third street, where he w ill bo met by the
Union Veteran Club, which will act as his
personal escort. The various marching
c.uOs, and many other Republican clubs
of this city and State will join tho party
at Michigan avenue aud Twenty-second
street, aud will escort the Senator to tho
grandstand in Lake Park. Addresses
will be made by Governor Hamilton, ex
Governor i.iglesby, and others. The
elaborate preparation-', which have been
iu progress for some live weeKS, promise
to make General Logan's reception a very
Humors of the Campaign.
Washington, I). C, August 23. The
Democratic Congressional Committee
have been sending out recently what they
thought were copies of Senator Voor
hees' speech on tho im risontuent of
Irish suspects, and the action of our
Government in the premises, The
speeches were folded at Uio Senate and
sent sealed to tho committee, and direct
ed and sent from the committee room.
This afternoon Secretary Post discovered
that Instead of Senator Voorh. es' speech,
the committee have been sending out a
document on the tariff prepared by the
Republican Committee. At least 2,000of
these bogus documeuts have been dis
seminated under Democratic franks, and
how many more he does n t know.
Whether the documents were designedly
or mistakenly Imposed on the committee
he can not say, but will investigate tho
Clay County Republicans.
Louisville, III., August 23. Tho Re
publicans of this county yesterday nomi
nated a full county ticket as follows:
Circuit Clerk, Geo McKendrio; Prose
cuting Attorney, D. Haglej Surveyor,
Joseph Peak. Governor Hamilton and
Attorney-General McCartney made ad
dresses in tho afternoon to a largo audi
ence. In the evening a torchlight pro
cession was bad and Professor Bryan, of
Indiana, and D. C. llaglo spoke. From
5,000 to 7,000 people were present.
A Change of Base.
Blooming ton, III., August 23. It Is
generally thought in this city that John
II. Oberly tho chairman of Democratic
State Ci ntral Committee, has abandoned
the editorship of the 15 oomington J110
tin, and after tho campaign will engago
lu journalistic labors In Chicago.
811 K WAS HKillT.
Ihe Chicago Wcman'a Story of Her
Sweetheart Proves True.
Little Falls, N. J., August 23. At
tho inquest in the case oj Lodnei, whoso
dead body was found yesterday, it was
thown to-day that bo could not have
fired tho shot which killed him, and that
his body bad been dragged somo distance
to tho place where it was foir d. These
facts give lmporiauco to tho story writ
ten by him before death to his sweet
heart In Chicago that he was followed by
persons who Intended to kill him.
Will Try to Kill Him.
Pkowa, III., August 23. I. C. Biding
ham, a merchant of this city, lately gave
out that he had fallen heir to a con
ilderablo fortuuo la tho East and tent
tils wife on to look after It. Sluoe then
to has boon quietly disposing ot his
ttocky and yawterdty tlopM with the
Ward, a wagon manufacturer. Th
couple to-.k the Rock Island Uoad fui
Chicago, but it is believed that this isbnt
a ruse. The young girl is handsome
und accomplished. " If her father sets
eyes on her seducer he will undoubtedly
try to kill him.
Fifteen Business Hous-s at Colorado
City Di!6troyed by F.re.
Color ido City, Tlx., August 23.
This town was visited by a disastrous
lire this morning, which originated In
tho rear of a saloon at the comer of Oak
and First streets. Tho entire block of
buildings from (ak to Walnut street,
fronting on First street, was destroyed,
except Waddell, Lewis Peacock's livery
stable, as was alsoevery house from First
street up Oak to Lawson, Smith & Co.'s
old stand, making lu all fifteen business
houses thirteen frames and two bricks.
Loss, 30,000; insurance one-half.
ItltAlXLT) Willi AX AXE.
A Brave Woman's Defense of Hei
Pottsvii.i.k, Pa., August 23. Early
yesterday morning three burglars at
tacked the home of Mrs. Morgan, a widow
In Wayuo Township. She heard the uoise
of placing a ladder agains tho house and
went t j the window. As she reached It
sho saw a man creeping lu. With an
axe sho felled him to tiie ground and
then watched his two companions pick
him. up and carry him away. This
m. rning he was traced over a mile by
his blood. Mrs. Morgan thinks she killed
him. No trace of any of tho men has
Chicago "Times" Litigation.
Chicago, III., August 23. Mrs. Storey
yesterday filed au allldavit In tho Probate
Court, charging that Trudc, tho attorney,
aud Patterson, the busiuess manager of
tho TiiiH-s, conspired to obtain posses
sion of the key to Storey's private safe,
which contained his will, l'atterson ob
tained the will, which was in his favor,
and still retains It. It Is also charged
that Patterson and Trude had instituted
the litigation for the purpose of getting
control of th VVws, and that they had
already bargained to sell tho paper to
John R. McLean, of Cinciunati.
BalumoBK, Mil, August 23 John
Lawson was deserted by his wife several
years ago on account of his dissipation.
She went to board with tho family of
James McElroy on Carolina street. Law
sou returned to the city last night and
went to McElroy's house drunk and de
manded to see his wife. McElroy re
fused and was stabbed by the iufuriated
husband. McElroy then seized an iron
bar and killed Lawson. McElroy is badly
Another Bank Suspension.
Maushi'iki.d, Mo., August 23. Tbo
Webster County Bank has closed its
doors, and au attorney Is engaged lu
making out au assignment. The liabilW
ties are reported to be $40,000; assets
variously estimated at from 15,000 to
825,000. All school, couuty, special and
road funds of the county, amouuting to
about 815,000, were deposited in this:
bank. It may close many districtschools.
The cause of tho failure is speculating lii
grain option deais.
Frank Jdiu"8 and Mike McGrath.
jDiTKitsox Ci i v, Mo., Avgust 23. Sec
retary McGrath returned this morning:
f:om Boouville, where he had been at
tending to busiuess pertaining to tho
State Printing Commiss4otiers. He had
a talk with Frank James while there, and
the latter expressed himself as not being
uueasy lu the least concerning the Otter-"
ville train robbery. McGrath says that
from what he could learn at Pioonville,
the State has no case at all against James.
A Telegram From Commander Merry.
Washington, D. C, August 23. Com
mander Merry, of tho Tallapoosa tele
graphs to the Navy Department to-day as
follows: "Have sent l(J2 men in charge
of their ollienrs to the Boston Navy Yard,
as tho most convenient p ace, retaining
twelve meu. Win. . Donnellsou aud Win.
E. Jor.es, landsman mis-slug. They were
seen by men on board thij Gate City and
it is supposed they remained on tSat ves
A Sharper Caught.
Lit i ll Rock, Auk , August 23. Chief
Bostford last n glit arrested a sharper
named Mason, who has been working
Memphis si vera; weeks. Mason and hi.4
wife, wlio Is Lizzie Readon, a song and
dance lady, proposed to start shows on
tlie road and ei-giged numerous advance
agent-!, whom they required to put up $-'5
bonus. They skipped to this place,
where they were pulled and taken back
this morning, 'ihey are said to havo
gone to .Memphis from St. Louis.
Chicago, III., August 23. The Timr
prints reports on the coudltion of tho
corn crop from various points iu Illinois,
Indiana, Ohio, Missouri, Nebraska and
Kansas. They show a condition moro
favorable than was expected, and the best
for years. nl.v in isolated spots has
there been much damage from drought.
The dlsputchcs repoit exceptionally good
harvests of other cereals.
Shot by a Mi b.
Dallas, Tex., August 23 John Nea
mono, charged with arou for burning a
thresher and a lot of wheat In Hamilton
County, was Thursday night taken from
the ollleers by a mob and shot to death at
Longford's Cave, between Hamilton and
Lampasas, while being escorted to jail.
The action of the mob is regarded as uu
lustillablo. EJElRespona blo For the First Shot.
IlrsisviLi.F, A i a., August 23. Gen
eral I.eroy Walker, who died hero yester
day, was the edict r who gavo- tho order
to tiro on Fott Sumter. Gi neral Walker
was tho President of the Constitutional
Convention In 1875, which framed the
present Constitution, that being the only
olllclal position ho has held since the w ar.
VinuiNt.t, III,, August 23. Drs.
Paarcu and Salmon made a thorough In
spection of tho Jeisey herd owned by A.
O. Kpler, of this city wheto the pleuro
pneumonia infection was supposd to
have originated. They declare t&at they
uavc found no signs whatever of con-
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CHICACO. . ST. LOUIa.
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Smnkrm of Iilarkwll's Oennlnn
Hull Durham Smnkiuu Tohacoo will
reeeivo lTelliimilH afl follow "11
teriiiftaud roinlitioiia here ei-wilicd
1st PREMIUM, S5,0C0
2d " S2,000
3d " 51,000
' other Premiums an here shown.
Thn OS premtnniH will hn awarded
IVw-mtuT 23, lsw lt rreinimu
troes to tho jMTHon from whom we re
ceive the latift'-t immlierof mir empty
t olraeeo hiiu-t lireir In Dec IS. till Will
lie mv.-ii forthn next lanrost number
ami thin iu thn order of th number
of cmi ty hiwn received frnm each,
to thn twenty flV'i BiweMful con
ti stautfi. F.-ieli biw must bear onr
orimnal Bull Durham lalwL V. H.
lleveinin utamp. and Caution Notion.
IUm nnxt ldnn lip securely In a
pack'!, with namo and address of
seniler and nnnilier of bom contain
oil. plainly marked on tho ontnidfl,
ami must he sent, ehanros prepaid, to
Rlnrkwe4l's Durham Tobacco
I n.. Dctuum, N C F.very nenuiue
pai-liM.-i' tian picture of Hull.
Sue our uest announcement
Sick Ilpfldftclio and relieve all the tronhtes Inci
dent to n bilious slate of the pystem, aneh as Diz
rineaa, Nausea, Drowiiness, Distreaa after eating,
I'a n in the Side, Jtc. While their mobt remark
able Bucccea 1ms been thown In curing
TTeiinVhe'.yr t Carter'BLittle Liver Pills are eqnall y
valuahla in Constipation, curing and creveutini
tli. 4 annoying complaint, whilo they also correct
all disorders of tho stomach, stimulate tho liver
and regukte the bowels. vcn if they only cured
Actio f hry wonld bo almost priceless to thos who
euih r frura this distressing complaint; but fortu
nately their goodness does not end here, and thoaa
who once try them will find theso little pills vain
ahle in so many ways that they willnot be williBJ
I j do without them. Hut after all sick acad,
Is the pane of to many lives that here Is where we
make our prcat huaat. Cur pUld euro it while
others do D"t. ,, .
Carter's Little Ilrrf Tills are very omall and
Tory easy to wkn. Ono or two pills makes doati.
They are strictly veetahle and do not gripe or
puree, but hy their penile action please all who
tisethem. In vials at 25 cents; five for 1. 8ol4
by iliuijijiata every wUcio, or sunt by mail,
CAHTLIi MEDICINE CO . New York
I DNEY DISEASES
LIVER COMPLAINTS, o
lleeauie it arts on the LIVKK, 110WELS anil
KIDXKYS at the same time.
Bucauss It oleansos the system of tho poison
ous humors thut develops la Kidney aud Uri
nary Piaea.es, Biliousness, Jaundice, Constipa
tion, Pile., or in Baeumatism, Nouralgla, Nor-
vou Dinordcrs and all Female Complaint.
t rsouuPKooroF tius.
TV WILL 8UBELS" CUTLH
By canting FEES ACTION of aU the organs
and functions, thereby
CLEANSING tho BLOOD
restoring tho normal power to throw off disease.
THOUSANDS Of CASES
of ths wont forms of these terrible diseases
have beau quiokly relieved, and in a short uuts
ritll R, l. I iql ID OH DIIT, HOLD H Dili GUSTS.
Dry oan be sent by mail.
WELLS, niCiULBDSON It Co., Burlington. Vt
3 tKnil lump lor Dury Almn fur li&L
AG K NTS WANTED,
M5000 1KU MONTH!
tofomuctent business minster for this city (of
rWsti" JVticr. HtMHlNSIrLK COMPANY, bus.
Iness p'lettcalN a monopoly, rivalllug the Tele,
phone. IMM t'AMl ! R (JC I f K D for 11.001)
SAMPLE OUTFIT STAPLh OOODr. No bonds.
No Particulars address, with references.
at Fnst 11th t., New York City.
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