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. ,. , :'y Ui" wo" ar' martyrs to dint most
ujrriiiia torment. Neuralgia. To (ft rlil of this
martyrdom la the llnst business of all who bullcr.
Athlophoros regenerates painful nerves,
aud drives out the horrors ct Neuralgia.
ATiiLornoitOH gives health to Plieiitnatic
HUlTcriTH whom the most hKUUuJ puyslelaiii
havo nut been alio to kcaL
ATiiLoriroiios operates on the blood, mu
ties, unit Joints; anil dissolving the acids thi.t
cause ItUuuuiatlaiu, removes them Irom tint
ATirr.orTifmos is pronounced by all who
have tried It an Infallible. Hpecluo lor tlivi
Obstinate aud polnlul diaeaisea,
Read the testimony of one of tho
sufferers. David Little, Sum
ner, Benner Co., Iowa, writes :
" I am put 77 yprs nf aye, havo hart th lUnmniatlwa
three yuan aud uiKht mouth; luMt onu-tliirdi'f my
weurht; oould Lot walk, but aim (Mi 4 alMiir in
crutcliuM; oould not sIubii; uervm aliattinsi, ii
ptrt nirtii lu my hands, wruds, inn or fit JJut
thanks lntiOod for your iat discovery! Tlicnu'i.
Mild arrived Haturday ultrht I Vok a rtow HutnUy
inortilnir, f' It It all ovkt (iio, ami kept nu with It
Monday monUwr I f't up and drwwd myself, an l
alkixl out Into thn kit. hen without th aid if cruU ti
riaui ,and sinned them all atiapi.y New year. 1 r.t
wll mtdiU, ani iraiuinv ui Ktrvturth, and ouoe rutiM
fnyij Wo. Wish I oould pot Atulopiiobcm In Ui-i
tiandM of every mfrcrvr from this tcrrtUe duwaau."
If you cannot inl ATnLOi'iioaoanf your truwiiit,
wii will send It irt paid, on reralil of n-trulsr
rlciwn dollar per buttle. We prefer that you buy
It fniti) your dniKtrmt, hut If be hasn't It, do not I a
perxiuuli-l to try soueUiUK else, but order at one
fniiii us as directed.
ITHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
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l'HOKKSMON AL LAUDS
JKOUr.K HAliUISON LKACII, M. U.
PHYSICIAN & SUUE(N.
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) It. T. K. STKONO,
129 Cdinmercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
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OCULIST AND AUKIST.
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riUJE CITY NATIOiNAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illiiiois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
a 'iciieial Banking: llusincss
'on lltlf toil.
INTEUPIU'SE SAVING HANK.
KXCLD81VELYA SAV1SHS HANK.
THO. W. lIAIiLlDAV,
UMiimcnial Avenue ami Eighth Stict t
K. HUdSH, I'rtfildoiit.
II. KI.L.H, Cueuk'r.
r. SiCKK, V'.cel'r 'ni
I T. J. Kt-rlh. Ace't rimt.
K. Hrop Cairo I Wl'.IUm Kl ioo .1 Iro
rett-rNeff " WIIHitm Wolf.... "
t '. M Onlcrloh " ICO. I'ativr "
Ii A. lludor " H. Wella '
J. Y. Clomon, Caledonia.;
A .4KNKHAL liANKINU UUiUNKaS DON K.
Kxehauce rold and nought. Iuturoet pihl Ii
the Savings Dcpurtmeut. Colloctiona mauf bh.
all hmtliiB.-t promptly attomied to.
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' THE' DAWSON HANGING,
Ooorf& Clurko, tho Colorod Ilav
iHher, Pays thu Penalty of
Troops Eu -route to Prevent a EoBCua
Thrown From tho Track and De
tained Over Night.
Eghteen Such Crimea as Tbat Foi
Which Clarke SulfertJ Enacted Dur
ing Ono Year in Georgia.
Dawhon, Ga., August 20. Yesterday
the execution of George (,'lnrke, a colored
lad of tlntittttn years of uiw, for uu out
ritcxjiia assault upon liis employer's wife,
was witnessed ly a vatt throng. Since
the tlnst of April thore have been eighteen
rape upon white women lu Georgia by
tiero rnea. Two of the uien havo been
lyaetied, oue exoeuted by process of law,
three aro awaiting trial and tho others
havo cacaptd. Notwithstanding tho
tuormily of the crime for which George
Clarke waa executed, the colored people
took It Into their heads that thu manner
of h!s conviction was persecution. They
wcro lutnnaely Interested lu the
trial, aud when seotenco wa
pronounced, they assembled in Huh;
knots and discussed the easo as though
f'larko na a martyr, rtyinijon account of
his color, Btratiij as it may noem, one of
tbo frtrongi'St points of grievance that th"
colored pt-ople had was that Clarke wa l
scntAfHttd Vj lie cxwutl on Monday In
fcUsad of tho traditional Friday. This
chiMic of day looked liko crookedness to
them. It wits uot until Saturday evening
however, tbat thu aiarui tok nuch shape
as to demand uotlec. The negroes wero
aasemblitig on the outskirts of tho town
frow all quarters. It was (inserted that
during tho rjlirht an atUvck wouhtbe made
on the jail. Mayor Cheatham at a lute
hour telegraphed Governor McDanlel at
Atlanta fr troor. Iu answer thj Gov
ernor t?avo orders that the military com
pany nearest Dawson was to proceed
there and preserve order. In conse
quence, Captain Wnol'olk, of the Aibauy
Guards, w ho also toured in the snpprep
hlon of tho lato Ailaiape riot, was or
dered to proceed at once to Dawson. In
tho meantime uffalrs here were threaten
ing. Negroes openly talked of killing
any white man who caused one of
tho r owu color to be shot. The
Altwny Company fulled to ar
rive at the expected time, and
It beyao to took as if tho negrins would
have th. tr own way. It was uot until a
lltttc whllo beforo the execution that tho
Guards arrived. The tralu had been
wrecked near Albany, esfd ntly by ac
complices of ttw Dawson negroes. Tho
dmiKtiie to rolling stick and tr;u:k Is con
siderable, but none of the injuries ru
celvtd by tho military win, It Is thought,
result seriously. They built earnp-iires
and passed the nlytil as best they could
until a train came along on which they
could procid. They did not reach
Dawa until eight o'clock lu the
nionilnj. Their arrival with bayonets
tlxed, drew out many curses from the
negro leaders, who found they had been
lolk'd. ( me or two bricks were thrown,
but betoro the fu.-ilado had gained any
proportions a report that thu uillitia were
about to open lire How through the
throng, and the entire crowd stampeded
in a rut.u, may being trampled under
foot during tho panic. At twelve
o'clock Clarke was taken from
his cell, and under escort
of the troops marched to an open Held in
tho rear of the jail, and at o'clock
he was hanged In the presence of fi.OoO
or 7,000 spectators without any opposing
domuiittratlon of any sort. The mob
slowly dispersed to tho iK'gro quarters.
The negroes now propose to give Clarke's
body an imposing burial, when the
trouble between the races may bo re
newed. HELD l'OH KKtJUlsjITION.
Partly on tho Evidonco of a Forjurcd
Memphis, Ti;nn., August 20. Oscar
Wirt, second mate of tho Ida Darragh,
who chased tho negro roustabout Kobcrt
Mooro overboard, had a prelimluary ex
amination before President Uadden of
tho l'olieo Court, be trying the case In tho
capacity of a magistrate this morning, re
sulting In Wirt's being placed under $5,000
bond for ton days to await a requisition
front tho Governor of Arkansas, within
whoaa jurisdiction tho deed was done.
A negro witness for tho prosecution tea
tilled to havlug witnessed thedoed, when
It was afterward established that he was
ou shoro at tho time, and could not have
seen what transpired on tho opposite side
of tho steamer, lie was arrested ou a
charge of perjury, aud will bo Investi
gated this afternoon.
GOVKIlNOlt I UK LAND'S AKHKST.
It Was to Toko Placo Yesterday Un
Austin, Tex., August 2G. United
Btates Marshal Jos. G. Tracy arrived in
Austin last evening. Ho says tbat unless
ordered to tho contrary ho will arrest
Governor Ireland to-day. Ho also says
that tho Governor cannot glvo ball, but
must accompany him to Galveston. Gov
ernor Ireland treats the matter ironically,
but tiays if Troey serves his warrant he
will cheerfully respond, and leave for
Galveston this evening. The warrant was
issued on complaint of Einil Francois,
who claims ho has been Illegally contluod
In tho Penitentiary ou a convicton for
miscegenation. Tho Superintendent of
tto reottcntlary, Thos. G. Gore, was ar
rested at liuatavlllu yesterday.
Afflicted with Heart Dlsouao and Worn
Out by Work.
Lyonb, M. Y., August 20. Pccrctury
Folger arrived at his homo in Geneva last
Wednesday evening. Those of his neigh
bors who saw him were surprised at tho
great chaugu Id bis appearauce. Tbo
family phystciun. Dr. ltobluson, statos
that his patient la worn out by sickness
and work. For weeks the Secretary has
attended (o bis ouloial duties whllo In great
tfi(itKa. Ho baa bad lor several years
trorjbio with his heart and tho trouble
ha been incrcaarcg In severity. Some
Buum It Is dilllcutt (or him to breath.
IUr frkBls hero wcro grontly aim-inert.
drives. To-day he has had two lon
lides and uppears Improved. Those wht
havo known him for years say that h
has grown old very rapidly. Ono of hit
most Intlmato friends ml, I that thu Sec
retary would not return to Washington
for two or Hire - w eeks, or pel haps longer
With his laiiil'y lie w ill go to his suuilliei
home on Seneca Lake.
Both Sides Stubborn.
Kitw VoitK, August s?n. Tho bricklay
ers still remain llrm In their otrlko foi
tho nine-hour rule. The Secretary of the
Master Guilders' Association reports the
association still llrm in resistance of the
Leprosy In Ulnneuett.
OiiAXiiK F.w.i.s, Minn., August 2H.
Three cases of leprosy exist within tec
miles of this place.
IJASL liAI.L lIlttiVITIES.
Score of Gamis PUy 1 on Mouiay,
Jersey City, N. J. Metropolitans, 1J;
Ualtlmore, Md. P.altim ro Unions, 12;
National Colons, 11 IJjltlmores, Dj
Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh Unions, 3;
St. Louis, 2.
Philadelphia, P,i. Dul'l'alos, Bj Phila
delphia Athletics, Urooklyns, 1.
lioston, Mass. Jioston Unions, fi;
Portland, Mo. Hustons ,6 ; Providenco,
0. Exhibition gjuno.
Ivansas City, Mo. Cincinnati Unions,
u-, Kansm Citys, 0.
St. Paul, Miun. St. Pauls, 0; Wino
Trenton, N. J. Trentons, 0; Clcvo
THE It UK.
Brighton Bouch Kaoos.
Ntw Yoiik, August 2ii. Yesterday
was tho forty-eighth day of tho season's
racing at Brighton Uoach, and the usual
excellent programme was presented.
Tho atteudauce was largo und tho track,
First Race For maldeu two-year-olds,
thicc-quartcrs mile: Preclana, hist;
Jauctte's Pride, second; Machero, third.
Second Pace Selling allowances, one
aud one-eighth mile; P.unger, llrst;
Pull's Head, second; Shiby Parnes,
third. Time, 1:57 1-2.
Third Haco Selling allowances, one
and oue-cighth miles: Dan K., ilr.st; Mat
tie latptu re, secoud; Llitie Dan, third.
Time, l;-.s .-. I
Fourth lUce Maiden stakes for two-year-olds,
thieo-quarUrs milei Minnie
Warren, Ur.-t; Sam Walton, second;
Thunderbolt, third. Time, 1:22 1-4.
Fifth Ilaee Handicap, wile and qoar
tert Ferg. Kyle, first; Little Huttcrcnp,
(.econd; Tilford, third. Timu, 2:12.
Sixth Pace Consolation purse,
three-quarters mile: Captain Flaherty,
tlrst; lied Fox, second; Cat heart, third.
Timo 1 ill).
SaIukk;!, N. Y., August2o'. Cousider-
able rain fell this iiiorniug, making the
track heavy, but the weather clearing,
there was a larye crowd in attendance.
First Pace Purse ?10-i, for two year
olds, non-winners of u sweepstake since
July 15, live furlongs. Harrigan, first;
Hart, second; liapldo, third. Time, 1:00'.
Mutuals paid $21.50.
Second Pace Kelief stakes ; three
year-olds; at lifty dollars each, half for
feit, ?1U0 added ; mile and live furlongs:
Won by Modesty; Powhatttu, second;
Tolu, third. Time, 2:5!. Mutuals paid
Third liaee Handicap sweepstakes;
all ages; one and one-half miles: Won
bv Freda; Euclid, Second; Nettle, third.
Time, 2: 12 1-2. Mutuals paid 15.
Fourth Pace One mile: Won by
Posicrc; Admiral second; Empress,
third. Time, 1:48. Mutuals paid 21.20.
Now York and Brooklyn Hices,
Nkw Yokk, August 2i. A large num
ber of tho sporting fraternity assembled
at the New York and Brooklyn Drivlug
Park yesterday, when three Interesting
trotting events came off.
The tlrst race was won by Franklo P. ;
best tlmo 2:27 1-2.
The secoud raco was won by Plpton;
best time, 2:20.
Tho third race was won by Dan; best
HONNKH TO BUY .IAY-EYK-SE13.
A Price Set Upon tho Ex-Kinr f lis
Bouts the Time of Maud S.
Nkw Yokk, August 20. Mr. IJonncr
said to a reporter yesterday : "I am go
ing to sco Jay-Eye-Seo trot at Prospect
"Do you intcud to buy him?"
"Yes, If ho beats Maud S.'s timo."
Havo any negotiations been made with
"Yes; and if arrangements can be made
I will scud Maud S. to Hartford with
Mr. Baif to sec what sho can do."
"What do you thintt of Maud S., now
that you havo driven hor'r"
"I liud Mr. Vanderbilt's words true
that I would tlud her simply perlection,"
and Mr. Itonner said later, "It Is ar
ranged that Pair shall tralu Maud S for
.hreo or four weeks, aud then bhe will be
staited to break tho record. She will
trot under moro favorablo conditions
than ever before., so far as human foro
sight goes. You cau nay that I have set
i price ou Jay-Eye-Seo. Further than
that I ought not to npeak lu justice to
Pinsiii iKiii, Pa., August 26. Articles
havo been signed for a threo-mlio race,
J500 a side, between Teter Prlddy, of
this city, and Edward Clayton, of Wheel
ing, W. Va., tho raco to tae placo ou"
the JJradnock'a (I'a.) course, Septcmftor
20. Edward Monlgher, tho Pittsburgh
oarsman, challenges Micbaol Maybergcr
to row a thrco-mllo raco for 8500 a side.
Postponed on Account of Bain.
Nkw Yokk, August 2. The trot of
Jay-Eyo-See against tlmo.advertl cd for to
day at Prospect Fair Grounds, Brooklyn,
has been postponed, on account of ralo,
autll Thursday, 28th.
Kartkord, Conn., August 26. To
day's races have been petitpoueA until
o-tnorww. The wrvle programme goes
The Appretliitivo Audlunou Which
Greotod Buchanan's New Drama
n Now York.
Ni;w Youi:, August 2i;. Jay Gould's
box lu the Grand Opcru-huuso was iiiuged
with red, while and blue a ya'd wide last
night. Within this gorgeous settlug were
Commodore Schley and his family and a
party of friends. Chief Pugiueors Mol
ville, Naumanaud Lowe, Lieutenant Sem
ly and Sebur unj Dr. Greeno wero lu tho
bov above, wLI'e directly oppo.slto wero
Commodore Collin and his family. Hob.
cit Uuelia'ian, the novelist, author of the
play of thu evening, "storm Pcalen,"
fresh from London, looked down upou
his work from another box, with friends
ou every side, while sittiug In a row up
right iu tho best seats iu the house were
twenty or moro ot thu sailors nf the
relict cvpodliiou. If au appreciative
audience give , pleasure to a writer, Mr.
IJ'ichanau must havo been In ecstueios
Inter-Statu GraiiR-jrc' Pieuie.
Williams Guovi;, Pa., August 2).
,Vuut 2,01,1) pooplo a-.teuded the Inter
state Grangers picnic hereon the open
ing day. The display of Agricultural
machinery Is estimated to represent near
ly a hull million dollars. Ohio, Illinois,
Indiana, Massachusetts, Now Yolk and
olher States havo sent iu their contribu
tions of farming Imp eiue.uts. Ki pre
Kentatives of Grangers and Patrons of
Husbandry ar2 present from Virginia,
West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, New
York, New Jersey, North Carolina and
Kansas. To day several addresses will
be delivered by prominent Grangers, ami
on Thursday, Governor Paulson will
make tho principal speech. Invitations
to the several Presidential candidates to
be present havo failed to bring favorable
HONS OF Vi:i i.U ANS.
A Largo Military Conventlou Held
Wiiu Closed Doors.
rnii..M)r.ipiiiA, Pa., August 20. Grand
Division Commander, General W. E.
Poss, of Paltimore, at eleven o'clock this
morning called to order tho first annual
Convention of the Secoud Grand Division
of Sous o' Veterans of tho United States.
This divisiou is located lu New York,
Nov Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware,
Maryland, Virginia, West Virsinia, Ohio
and the District of Columbia. The
division numbers about 4,000 aud Is di
vided Into camps. About forty delegates
are present. Tho convoiitlou is held with
ciosed doors aud conducted strictly on
military principles. During the session a
handsome silver service was presented to
General Poss, as a g!!t from the Secoud
Division to- it-t commanding ollicer.
After transacting seciet and routine busi
ness the convention aojoiirncd uutil to
Cams to Liirht at LiBt.
WASiMs-r.Tny, D. C, August 21. The
audit of the accounts of W. A. Gorman,
who from 1 353 to Pi." 7 was Governor ol
lllunesoia and ex-oiiicio Superintendent
of ludian Affairs iu that Territory, has
been completed, and bhows JI,2S;l de
licit. (iormau und all his sureties havo
been dead for years, while tho papers
have btea passing through tho depart
ment. Clara Riehtiris Ljvjr.
Fi-lio.v, III., August 21. A fellow
calling himself Arthur Tuler, aud repre
senting himself to be a political traveling
correspondent to tflcCinei Hi L'oyiiy -,
stole 2'.i0 from his landlord, borrowed
810 from a friend of short acquaintance
and left last night for parts unknown,
taking with hliii a woman named Clara
General Bill Penick.
Sr. Josli'ii, Mo., August 21. W. It.
Penick, the wholesale druggist who
made an assignment here yesterday, Is
better known throughout the State as
General Pill Penick, who during the war,
hanged so many people lu Jackson
County and vicinity. Ho was probably
tho most cordially hated man in Missouri
nt one time, and his life to this day
wouldn't be worth very much in Jackson
or auy of tho surrounding couuties.
COL CM UIA's) lthsro X 5- li
To tho Rumsollers' Accusation lu tho
Con Mr.n, Mo., August 2(i. The tem
pera uco people got nine prohibitionists
on the recent Graud Jury, which found
from thirty to 100 indictments against
each liquor dealer in the city. Two bar
keepers are in jail, tj dealers have
skipped, and tho rest have stopped retail
lug. Tho Grand March to the Poor-IIouao.
Coal Cknihk, Pa., August 21. The
miners' camp was reenforced yesterday
by wives, mothers and children of the
miners arrested last week. Yesterday
afternoon, a'.out llfty of them, headed by
an old grey-haired womau marched to the
ollico of Squire Dawson, at California,
aud applied for admission to the Poor
house, claiming they bad no means of
support. The application was refused.
U13 DAY OH 1E LAW I).
East TonneHHBo Shukou Up by an
Kxoxvii.i.k, Thnn., August 21. A
slight shock of carlhquako passed over
Fast Tennesseo last night at eight
o'clock. It lasted a minute and a half
aud waa plainly felt, here. No damage
was done further than to scare half tho
population, part.culaiiy tho colored sec
tion, many members of which ran about
tho streets shrieking that the end of tho
world was nt hand.
They All Want It.
Memi-ius, Tknn., August 21. The dis
trict board of leveo engineers aro In ses
sion hero to-day for tho purpose of mak
ing tho most advantageous distribution
of tbo Mississippi allotment of tho Con
gressional leveo fund. Representatives
from the six adjoining States aio present,
each ono honest In bis oplnlou tbat his
levees uro tbo worst and noed the greater
part of tho appropriation.
Bioks Her riston Rod.
Nkw York, August 26. Too etoamcr
Alaska canio up to hor plor yostorday.
Sho was late because ahe broke a piston
rod on Friday when ebo was about WO
nitlns frmn Sanity Hvk. Tfilt ;ftnTfl a
FItKE M l-ITIf OUISTS OP IlOMXr.SH.
Wonderful Accounts of Fith Curoi at
Dili siiuko, III., August 2'.. The
Free Methodists of Holiness p. oplo urt
holding their district eauip-metaing at
Neiee's Grove, fifteen miles east of hero.
Thu attendance has been very large from
this Mate and Missouri, the crowd yes
terday beinij estimated ut from 5,0'H) to
0,000. Twenty-live conversions an I sev
eral miraculous cures aro rep rtjd; ono
man, who has been atllictl wit'a ibeunia
lisin for nineteen years, states that since
his consecration ho had felt no paiu.
Anoth.tr, a born stutterer, cai now talk
lluently. Poth of theso reside in this
vicinity and their cases can be substantiated.
PVi'lMIDATPl) BY KOIOII.H.
DonKola, 111., in the Bands of a Drunk
Anna, III., August 21. Tho town of
Dongoia, eight miles south of here on the
Illinois Central, was visited yesterday by
it crowd of roughs, who became riotous
ly drunk on liquor procured near that
temperance village, and proceeded to run
tho placo ou their own plan. Tho villago
authorities ventured to interfere with tho
lawless gang, but after a band-to-hand
conflict were put to rout, tho mob parad
ing up and down the business street with
drawn revolvers, defying tho citizens to
como out and try conclusions with them.
Some of the same gang havo had trouble
with tho Dongolites at different times
previous to this. The roughs camo from
Voyaseurs Wanted For The Nile Ex
pedition. Df.tkoit, Micil, August 21. An Ot
tawa (Out.) special says: The Governor
General has received Instructions from
tho Imperial War Office to furnish six
hundred voyaaeurs(Canadlaa canoe men)
to go up tho Nilo to tho retrcf of General
Gordon. Lord Laudsdowne commissioned
J. T. Lambert, an Ottawa lmnbcrirftn, to
enlists the voyageurs from among thoso
engaged iu ruuulug timber on) Canadian
rivers. They will bo needed In taking
the Hat-bottomed boats up tho Nilo and
iu making portages arouud rapids. They
will be required to sail from (Quebec Sep
tember 15, so as to reach F.ngland In timo
to join tho Gordon relief expedition,
which leaves about ictober 1. Some In
dians will be accepted.
A FriBhtlul Fall.
IIouGino.v, Mich., August 21.
Thomas Bennett, a miner at Peninsular
Mine, fell a distance of ninety feet this
morning and was instantly killed.
Grain and Provisions.
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Toiiei o r irm; imrs: coinmon to choice
fii.oJii.0J: leaf; cmiumioii r.'l ieaf, $7.jt
lv.it): inc'iiiim tit giimi ifw.ixi'l7.ii0. .
H AY-Pniirin Mlo.'!i.l tor prime to eholeo
new; eiover ninr.'il. Js.lij fur coinnion m
4rime: eiioieo new limotliy, tll.a'dsliOJ; tun
ey, -l I.Uikiri. iii,
lli'Ti'KK Firmer: choice to fancy ereiiniery
Jiy.'I-Je: itair.v. eUoiee to tuncy, lii(i417o; low
gia les nominal.
Loos Active; fresh Htnelt, li'Sl-'o per
i'orAroi-N Higher, nt 4:i'5-'.i!trie per bushel
1'okk Ste.nly ; new me is, (r.i.ml.
Luto i.Uili't; prlniu Mouin. V J7'ie.
Uaoon Uniir-i, 1'ivcllu; bliortj, llSlle;
Clear ribs, I !'(!, itll paekitd.
Wool Tuti-wuslieil. ehoien. ;ieMlle: fair,
'JTvf-iv; ilmiry ti urt low Vv!i!. rnwashil--Chtiiro
mctium, -1 !-.'''; irooil averairo iiuxliuin
l!;aje; si lt-eleil liiit Unit Is.fil'Jo; itimmI av
erage, in 4 1 To; heavy Hiitlk': eomhlnyr.
oioint, yit.Me: uoinhliiir, low trneles, It'.eiftu.
tliurs uuict; tiryl Uini, Hie: dannwrej,
fto: linns or stas, loe; dry eulioil,
lie: drv salteU, ilainacpil. loc: kip anl
calf, aaiteii, 6.',c; iiamairtM. tl'Jo; tiui.s mil
elites, u'je; fe'reen, uneureil, 7i-,e; Uamaed,
sJunne Pri.ts Weak; preon, 7fr1r; dry
do, lO fiiae., as to amount an. I ipialityol' wool;
pi-een slu'iiiiniifs, ljv; dry do, lollies lama
;hei-, No. 3 lied.
iK)',.e; Oc tilier, HI -Vie; Novi'inlier, 10
eeinlii r. H'i S, : January, '.Kl'i; May. fl.nl.
oils lliirln-r; St'it.nilor. 'Wj'-; (ii titter,
'ase; NovemlH i-, r.s i,e; I lo.vinl or, Vx'.
IIATS-Hrmer: Au.'iisi, ;ilJc; Si pli oilier,
UlSe; O.itot er, ;U ..e; Noieinlii'i-.a'ie; I;e-em-br
( UK ACO.
W'iika r ! inner: Septemhor, 7sj,o; October,
Sli'ie; .Nivein' r, srbe; LHveuibiT. Slo.
t'im llieher; Aie-'ii-t. S'l'iie; Septemlu r,
51 lie; Oeiolier, ."iO'd .o-'iO'e; November. 4.1V;
year, 42'.,e; May, l l'e.
Oai-s l ii iner; Auirus;, L'l Ve; Septeaib i,
ilSe: Oelolx'r, :.'iie; vein-, 'l e.
rmiK Aiu'iit, ri.'T.IO; year, jfLMrt tiid; Jan
uary, J l:.'.'i' bid.
9b I. "tint Aiern-t T.I7'i; Sep'emtH r, $7 IT'J;
October, f 7..17'.,; November, f7.47'i.
Snonr Kins September, flU.lll bid; Oc
Livo Etock Markets.
lions-l!ieelpt-, 1 l.ooo; fairly aetlve, eltoleo
bus -teadv; tMnniiiou an I ion'h, ilflf.lile lower;
llsrht, .'i.. O e'l.ai; roicrli naekimr, f I.TH'o l.m';
lieavv paeklnir und shipping, $ii.lO'l-'l;
tiM'-i'i-.-t, f l.tK'AVM.
t '. n I.H lleeeipts, 5 ")ll,l; quiet but Unit;
eports ut 'i..V j;.iJ.I: irooil to choice at .(. .f,
i.."l; eoiiniloii to lair, Jl.UUa' l;7.: Texans,
Siikki' Iteeeipts, x'.lXW; weak and tin
cliaiifred; coinnion tOKOod, 1.2.5.
Crri,E Market talrly active and u shade
higher Ur put id stick; isuumon trniilcs loucr;
extra sleers. fii.2.1'Oi.lll; irnod to ehoiee hi;
piuir, f1.i).V''it ::o; fair to irood native shiep'iur
steers, f4.tli6l."iU; Texas steers, v.'O'.i I ':
mixed bulcticrs'. eoinuion to cin'lee, .i. :!-it
4..I.1; stoekei-s and fenlcis, JUXO il ll: tut
liibh, :i.i.V . l.'H.
.Slim e am I.a.miis Market dull and pi I t
a shade lower: eominuii to lair, 5 f.l -.1;
(rood, f:i.."iU'9i.iM; eluueti to extra, f l.tlk i l.:.':1;
liimbs, $l.ini.t.l.r)il; l anada, M.Hk.il.Nl.
Ilnits-Market dull; eorn lcd Vorkers. n.H0
(1141.40; ifood to medium, fii.4ikiftii.Sil; irrnR i rs,
iil.VH.iC'M.-i; thirty ears common held over.
Uatti.k -Receipts, 3. H head: ntuul'ftr;
nailvtt Bieeri l,2ii to l.VK) pound-t averajo,
f.l.illtiMI.HU; tlo. to l.p) pound-" average,
f l.sudtAfiU; stiK'kers and fitvlers, f:l..ilI.Mt:
eows, f.iif"Cl.ilO: irra-w Texas stoers, f iitkHS.
lb ins Receipts. 1.7KI head; weaker am!
Itkmlfxt Ittwer; lots :l to aid H)iiudS rtverU'T",
f.l.KrK.cil.Kl; mainly tit J.l.tHiU.UO.
rsiiKKe Iteetdpts, W2 head; quiet and m
shanvrisl. Money and Stock Market.
New York, Auitust 2l Money, arm. Pa
per, 5'Wi. War silver, llui,. Kxehniurn
llrm: 4S2 W lt 4KI louir, 4S4 to 4Sft nhott. iov.
ernnioiits Rtionir. M itus itull. lUmdssti :.dv.
There was u slup pressuro to sell I iiio.i
Paeillo und coal stocks. Alter eleven o'clock
prunes dropped H it! iiereent. Laekanun
was tho irreatest nufterer. At noon inurac!
tpih't and prices) nlow; rail? of SHl. Thre
Win; ", ll.l; , VMi Pocrlrc 8'a, VSt
Stocks opined barker; lulvaneisl WdODt; aft.
1U:;Vj in. weaker leeliitir iivvilil and tiwi
ttarrw1 4ttrpovrnrtil not only l" but many
TEST YOUR BAKING P01DER TO-DAH
III oi. Ii. tvtrttl a atiMolutt't) puro
THE TEST I
I'liu-.. ran tnMl"n nn a hut tn until liMtnl tln-a
n'','!""i". ""'"..vrr aii.1 anwll. A cheiuLt will Uut f
HmnU loj. twt lha)rauu ol ammonia.
DOES NOT CONTAIN AMMONIA.
11 HKUTHKlLNk! HAS NEVER BB.N qimiOKkD.
In t million homA frr ruitrttr of a century It hoj
THE TESTOFTHE OVEN.
Htlt'E BAKING POWDER CO.,
Dr. Price's Special Flavoring Extracts,
I he ilmnim, uwnl itrllrloui lad natural flimr aoaa.am!
Or. Price's Lupulin Yeast Cim$
tor LlKht, ll.-althy llrfa.l, Tho Host Dry II. 11
V. u.t In Ilia W'oi lit.
FOR SALE BY CROCERS.
CHICACO. . 8T. LOUlav
All eniiti stunts fur tho 2.1 premiums afrrecat
lut; iiU v,; miieuiit. oftl'reilby UUckwull a Dur
ham Tolmreii Co., riiust observe the fullowlng
CeiulitMiis eu which the premiums are to bo
awarded: All biiK nuiKt U'ar our original
Hull Inirliuni label, U. 8. Revenue Stamp, and
Caution Notice. The bacs must lie done up
cciirt lv in a iickru;o with name and address
of sender, and immlK-r of bajpt contained plain
ly marked ou the outnide. Charites must bo
prepaid. (hntetslom Nwrmbn 3"th. All puck
axes alioald be forwarded 1 iccemtier 1st, and
Dmst ri iit-lt ns at Durham not later li iu Decern
bi r I'lh. Nn matter where you reside, send
Smir piii'knire. advise as by mull that you havo
one .so, and slute the number of bans sent.
Names nt successful contestant!, with numlier
Of buus returned, will he published, Dee. W, In
Huston, lit mid; New York, UernUi: liiiludul
piilit, I'.i-i.-n.- Purhum, N. C 7'iA'irco Hmil;
New I hleitTi", Timet-lmnfTot; Cineinnutl. Wi
oiiirrr: chieiieo. iaily Nnva; Kan Fruuclco,
llLACKWCLl'S DttmiAM TOUAICO CO.,
DllHHAM, N. C.
Fvery K'imlne ptvekage hits picture nf Bull
44-sco our ueit auiiouueemciit.-fca
Liver and Kidney Remedy,
I iVmip.-iin(li'd from tho well known I
Curatives Hops, Malt, Huehu, Man
drake, Dandelion, Sarsaparilla, Cas
car a Sitt'radu, eU;., combined with au
n?rw-aiie Aromatic hlixir.
THEY CURE DTStEPSIA & MUESTIOS,
Act upon the llior and Kidney,
a r .
REGULATE THE BOWELS,
Tliey euro Rheumatism, and nil Uri
nary trounies. Tliey Invlpiraw,
Uuurish, strengthen and quiet
tho Nervous System
As a Tortlo they have no Equal.
Tutu none but Uopa and Mult niitora.
FOR SALE Br ALL DEALERS
Hops and Malt Bitters Co.
Sick rtednnfho and rrlirva all the tronhlos Incl
dent to a LiliociK atato of tho nyattm, inch as Dii
tiiieaB, Kaunea, Drowainittn, Distrt after eatlnir,
I'aln In tho Hide, Ac. Whilo their mobt ruuark
ablu suvevts baa Uea shown la curuisr
ItoftiUrhrjrt Cartf r'uLlttlc tlver PUlsarc ffinally
valuahlo in Constipation, curing and pnircntiiia
lltii annoying complaint, whilo they also correct
all diminlera of tho gtomnrh, stimulate the liver
aud rvgulate the huwela. Kvin ii tliey oaly cured
Ache thry rnnld bo almost priceless to th(MM who
euifer f n an tint dlstreioinir complaint; but fortu
linttily tholrRxjdne8atU)eanotudhero,and thoaa)
who onco try them will Und thcno little pilla val.
ahl in so ninny ways that they willnot be wlliiag
to do without them. Uut after all siuktuad
la thobane of so many Uvea that here It mhm we
rnnkn oar crvat boaaU Uur pilla euro it whilo
Others do Dot.
Carter's Littla LWef Uills are rtry small and
rcry easy to tnk. Ono or two villas ntakoa dosa,
Tltey aro strictly TeKetablo and do not grlno or
puree, but by their gentle action irffaso all who
use thorn. Ialul8Ht)l5citsj fle forl. HuU
ly tlrujjiats every where, or iwut by niau.
CAUXtR MEDICINE CO.. New York
5000 PER MONTH!
torompetent bns'ness mtnsirer for this rlty (of
Slat" Aui-ncir. mcsPONSIBLK COMPANY, bn
1iibs n aft'eall a monopoly, rivalbnn the Tel-
..i -.oi I'Atit KKiiriHKi) r.. at mat
HAMI'f.K oL'TFIT. HTAl'LkMOOlM. Noboi.dl.
... a. . . 1 . A.IJuuj tulik a.if..U..na
met, m n aa .nai.
5 H, I
1IIK NATION AL-lX).,
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