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MIRn, ILL., TIIUIISIIAV MOI.NIM., ANilhT
nOK OF MARTYRS"
contulnn many fright-
fill Htorll'8 (If IllOSlatfi)
IilxlliLf HufTi'rliitf. Hut
riilhil.r wlthiirln ttki-Lr
i-.uiu, tun IMJ DlOrO UIHIRMMIUI tlmll till)
Bharp, severe, HhooUnjf pains dully and iiUjhtly
cultured hy mono who are martyrs to Hint most
terrible torment, NeirrulKla. To iret rid of this
martyrdom to Uut rim tjUbUiess ot ail w ho suncr.
Athlopiioros regenerates painful nerves,
and drives out the Jiorrora ot Neuralgia.
ATitLornoROH gives health to Kheuinatio
Ktilfereni whom the most HklUIul phyalelaus
tavo uoC been able to heal.
ATiiLorifonofl operatic on the blood, inns
cles, and Joint; and dissolving thn dcIiIh thut
cauw) Kiicuwatlaiii, reoiovta tlieui from thu
Atiiloi'Iiokoh ia pronounce! by nil who
linvn tried it an lntuiunie Hpccltle lor tktxso
obHtinalo aiid palnl ul Ulaeafeea,
Read the testimony of one of the
sufferers. David Little, Sum
ner, Benner Co., Iowa, writes:
".I am rut 71 yrariof afra, hav had the lUieumaP.ffln
Hire yoara and uut uioutiia, lout ono.Ui;rd nf iny
'llit; RiulJ uut walk, but ihufflwi aloiirf t.ri
crutches; ouulj uot alrt-p; nervo ahatlrrwi no
trontfth In my hand, wrtntn, kn or feet, lint
ttianiabetoOuii f'iryourirreatdlBcovcr)'! Tlininid
l1uu arrived Hatiirday Dljrht. I took d'W Huuday
innniluif, fcJt it all ovor we, and kc t on with It
Minify wornliiK I pot up aud drrawd inyanlf , and
alked out Into the kit hen without tho aid of crut. li
or taun, and wWji-d them all a happy New Year. I nsit
well uirhln, am (ralnimr In itrBinrth, and once run
enjoy Ufa. WIm ! rould put ATriLOFtroaoa hi tlio
hand of eery mffeiw from thl terrible drneanu."
If you cannot get Arni.ornonos of your dnunrint,
wa will u.l It ciirm paid, on receipt of rctrular
Tlroiie dollar ir IxitUe. Vr. prefer tliat you buy
It from your druwrtrt. but If ho haunt It, do not n
l-nuadd to try (Kiutthiuif tim, but order at ouca
from ua diretWd.
THLOPHOROS C0.r II2 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
KoINiE IIAItlil-SON LKACH, M. I).
PHYSICIAN t SUJIUKON.
Special Attention paid to the. Pf.imeiijmlhlc treat
nn lit of rarulcal diauam-a. aud Uiocu'ua ofointii
and clil'.dri n.
OKHCK On lllh ptriut, oppemtu thu I'ui-t-ofl'.tu,
J)U. J. E. tjTHON'G,
it'i Coninicrcial Ave., Ciiiio, 111.
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a.Hi.ii ;.'ti red dul y.
A .mlf In k'.'cfc.itirKc.
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urrii a No. lSfi Commvrclai Avenua, twtwean
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OCULIST AND AUHIST.
Ol-TICK- ity Urm; y(irL-. Carhon !a!o,
rjMlKCITY NAT 10 -SAL BANK.
Of 'iiiro, I llinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL. :? 100,000!
K lu'iicral Itankinqr I'usiiioss
TH W. fI,Vl.Lll)A V
JNTEHI'lUSE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVIXt.S KAN E.
TJl-Oti. W. IIA1..L1DAY,
i'timmcrciiil Avcnuo and Kiylith Sli ei t
I', liltoss, 1'rfoiiU'iil.
II. WKLl.S, Casliirr.
V. NKK. Yici'l ri'o'nt
T. J. Korth, Akk'I ciihIi
K. Hroni Cu!ro I William Kl.ito. .t.Mio
IVtor Noll' " William Wolf.... "
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J. Y. t'lumon, Caledonia.;
A flKSHKAL IIANKINO UUSISKNS DON K.
Kxiiliani.'" cold and lioueht. Inturunt puld li
I'm Savin ib Dcpartmuut. Collcclions inadu mid
all ',i)nlnfs promptlv attomlnd to.
3u FT w3 T
Lleutuimut Frodorick G. Eoliwrttl;;t.
of Arctic Fame, on the Grco
His Party Was Too Ltrg.-, of U::S' Mdto
rial and Badly Organiz d -Ciuni-baliBin
to Bj Ezp ctei.
It Was Practiced by the Sit John Fianklm
Faity aid Other lix.
Cun Atio, In.., August 27. A letter
from I'ortland, Option, given an IiiUt
vl' w with I.li utununt Fri!(li;rli:k O.
Schwatku, of Arotlu f inn;, oa tlio (iruoly
I'Xpi.illtlon. No said: "Orcely (li.-.scrves
t;nrat credit lor i ffuctaiL: lii t!i;;i)0. IIm
pirty wuit Indly ornuiil.ud, hut lor this
ho wnd not rcsjti.tiiihlo 1!H purty win
to) Ifirgc, aud coinjiosi il utmost cntlroly
of white men. ll.id thoro hco i but llvf or
blx white mi n, utid the rcinuinihr of
twenty fouriri.cnl:ind Es'iuinmux,! bsivi.
hut little doubt that all tli ; party would
have escaped." I.li-utoimut Schwatku
reviewed the course pursued by
(Jreelv und rnvo it in his opinion
that (irecly rtid the best that could bo
done under tlio clrcuinstau.-e.s In remain
ing at Cape Siblue. "(.'atitdbi l-ni," h'.
paid, "is to expected under the clrcum
Blanco, aud where It is kuowu to have
bei-n resorted to there Is more or less
suspicion. Ia this case the wir.t part to
me Is the attempted c ucealuicnt of the
a I leg. d .facts, as though It were wni g.
This Is n t the llrst recorded Instance of
ruiiiiibullfii) In an An tie exploration. It
took place lu Sir John Franklin's party,
and It has been noted In other disastrous
The Villa of a Woll-KnoMuo Society Ulan
Vislt'd by Curlars.
NKwroiiT, N. Y., August 27. Tho
villa of Mr. John G. lleckschcr, tho well
known society man of N w York, which
Is situated on Cbannlug nvenue, has once
mora been entered und i'.'""' 0l'
worth of jewelry ic-mowd. There is not
the slightest trace as to how the t'alil
succeeded lu effecting an entrance, but
tuero Is evidence on the lawn that he
jumped upon It from th'i piuz&i, for the
deep marks of heavy hods were plainly
to bo seen. The robbery was discovered
last night Just alter dinner. Mrs.
WKST TO llOOM
and discovered ftat a favorite diamond
breastpin aud live or six fllamond ring
were missing. Mr. Mock.-cuer was at th
Casluo, And upon txlng sent for coinmu
calcd with tho police, who wer twwer
les.s to help him. The boxes lu which
tlio rings wero kept were found some dis
tance from tho bouse. It Is
believed tho thief had assistance
of a second person. One man
was arrested on suspicion, but was dis
charged fur want of evidence. To-day
after consultation with tho police, Mr.
lleckscher telegraphed to New York for a
first-class detective, lu whose hands he
proposes to put the case. There arc
sofuu very suspiclclous tlrcumstauces
about the case. Not a fortnight ago the
lleckscher cottage was robbed of a large
number of valuables.
TO TAKK A TL'MULli
Rival Telegraph Lines Bidding For
Washington, D. C, August 27. I'ost-master-Gcueral
Grcsbain, was In confer
ence with Executive Manager Bates and
Superintendent Seidell of tho United
Telegraph Hues, and Captain Whitney of
the Western Union Company lu regard to
llxlng a rate for Government telegraph
service. Mr. Bates offered a day rate of
twenty cents for twenty words for dis
tances within l.ooii miles, and live cents
additional for each 25') miles be'yor.d that
distanco, up to tho maximum rate of lifty
cents for any distance. Tho night rate
offered was litteen cents fortweuty words
any distance under 2,i.0O miles and niy
live cents for any greater distance. For
every live words in excess of twenty
words an additional charge of one-iUth
the respectlves rates ubovo given Is to bo
Serious Fire in Now Iboilu Firemaa
&kw Oki.kaxs, La, August 27. Last
evening a tiro broke out lu tho rear of
Lehman & Taylor's wholesale dry goods
storo lu New Iberia, totally destroying
tho building and contents, and also II.
Cogauheltn'a resldeuce and furnlturo
storo and halt u dozen other buildings.
Tho tire was past control at last ac
counts, aud there Is no telling when It
will bo extinguished. Tho loss will bo
heavy. Tho llro reached tho telegraph
olUc, aud tho operators had to leavo
thu olllco. Tho origin was accidental.
J. Ueynolds, foremun of Fire Company
No. 1, was killed by an iron shutter fall
lug on him.
shout nor citow.
Reports Showing a Fulling Off-Prloee
Si,iiixuni:Li, Mass., August 27. Too
reports in tho New England llomenkud
from 200 hop growing towns in New York,
Maine aud Frovinco of Quebec, indicate
that tho crop is at least one-fourth short
of tho average, but this is believed to bo
uuder the estimate. Tho averages for
each State arc as follows:
Maine, 78; Vermont, bO ; Quebec, 70,
and New York, 70. Buyers have been
prospecting tliero and they aro offering
tweuty-llve to thirty cents a pound.
Growers, however, arc generally conlldent
of higher pr ctfl and aro disposed to hold
lorthirty-llvo to ilfiy cents. Especially ts
this tho case In New York, wjioro forty
nud lifty cents have been offered lu a fxvr
Instances for new hops and whero grow
ers aro well posted. 04d hops aro pretty
much out of thc growers' hands, only an
oceaalontil small lot being represented
bero and there in New York. Tho new
crop Is ot extraordinarily lino quality.
Boycotting Frank Jamrs.
Jkh'HUson City, Mo., August 27. Tho
llopubllcuns bero aro stirring themselves
to bavo tho Stat Convention taken away
from Mobcrly on account of tho threatenod
' ' -
ConvniUoii In this city. A number ol
prominent Kcptibileans havn written ic
Major Warner, urgln:,' him to use his In
iluciieo in having tlio Convention moved
without anv delay, and thu general opin
ion Is entertained Unit tho Co'iventioi:
will certainly bo moved unions Fraiili
James decides not to attend the fair.
Pr. p irlng for u Camp-Fire.
Nhosho F.u.r.s, Kas., August 27. De
partment C .minander Fond of tho G. A.
U. has beun hero making arrangements
for the canip-liru t bo held at tho Fail
Grounds on September 4, 5 and 0. The
Fort Scott Drum Corps will bo present,
as will also Captain Nicholett's military
company from Humboldt. There will bo
speaking every day and evei lug, and va
rioiH other amusements. Tho old sol
tilers from this put ol tho Stato will bo
out In force. Tents have been secured,
and a magniilceiit time Is anticipated.
The Kuppa Gimm Society.
Canton, N. Y., August 27. The an
nual convention of tho Kappa Gamma, a
college (secret society, which has chap
ters In a score of co'leges, chl Uy in the
West and Northwest, a .d w ilch boasts
ol a thousand active and graduate merit
hers, begins its sessions here to-morrow
Many Celcgutes are ulready in town
Tho peculiarly of this fraternity Is, thai
all tho meuib rs aro women graduates
and undi-i-gra luates ot country educa
tlonal institutions, it Is the largest or
ganization of tho kind in the world.
Buaten by a StnK" )iiver.
I'ohti.axo, Oitic, August 27. A.
James Mailig in, a prominent mcr. hanl
of liathdruui, ldalio, was returning hour,
yesterday morning, Geo. W. McCabo, c
slago driver, waylaid him, beating him
terribly about tho head with tho butt ol
a revolver. Madigau's cries drove the 03
sassin off, but Madigan is In a critical
condition. niicers uru lu pursu t ol
McCabe, and strong threats of lyuchiiig
are made It ho is captured. The rcasous
for the attack remain a mystery.
Postponed Until November.
Washington, D. C, Aujust 27. The
I'rcsident has directed a postponement ol
tho general court-martial of Judge-Advo-cate-Geueral
Swaiin and Colonel Morrow
from September loth to November loth.
This action is taken by rcfjoofet of Gen
eral Swalm. The reason given by Gen-
ral Swalm for uskiug tho postponement
is that his principal counsel, General
Caikins, of Indiana, will bo unable to at
tend to his case until November.
Ham; ISA i.i.
l'ldiadelphla, Fa. .Vhletic?, ((
Baltimore, Md. Metropolitans,
iJaltl'ii. rcs, i.
Cincinnati, ). Cinclnnatls, 5( Indian
Fittsburgh, Fa. St. Louis Unions, 6;
Pittsburgh Union, 4.
Proi Idenco, K. I. No game; rain.
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, ll ( To
Louisville, Ky. Columbus, 4t Louis
New York Clevelatuls. ! New
Kausas City, Mo. Cincinnati Unions,
3 j Kausas Cltys, 1.
St. Paul, Miun. St. Pauls, 9; Wino
End of tho Season at Monmouth Park.
New Youiv, August 27. Ono ot tlic
inot .successful racing seasons ever ex
perienced by the Monmouth Park Asso
ciation was brought to a closo yesterday
with eight cieiits.
First ll aco Handicap sweepstakes for
ull uges, one mile: Duplex, llrst; Her
bert, second; Hopeful, third. Time,
Second Bjco Handicap sweci.-takes
for three-year-olds, oue ami one-eighth
inilos: Ixjui.-H.tto, llrst; Economy, sec
ond; Richmond, third. Time, 1:64 1-2.
Third Bacc Handicap sweepstakes,
three-quarters mile: Soucl, llrst; Maca
roon, second; Elgin, third. Time, 1:17.
Fourth liaco Handicap sweepstakes
for all ages, oue and three-quarters miles:
Begret, llrst; Bob Cook, second; Heel
aud Toe, third. Time, 3:11.
Fifth Race Handicap sweepstakes for
ull ages, oue and one-quarter miles: King
llko, first; Monitor, second; Farewell,
third. Time, 2:11 1-4.
Sixth Race Mirago stakes, ono mile:
Pope Leo, llrst; Bondholder, second;
Ilaledon, third. Tlmo, 1:47.
Seventh Race Three-year-olds and up
wards, three-quarters niilo: Lizzie Mac,
llrst; Iota, secoudj Joo Mitchell, third.
Time, 1:1! 8-4.
Eighth Race A handicap steeplo-chaso
for all ages, over tho full course t Echo,
first; Voltaire, second; Fawuee, third.
Time, C. 27.
Saiutooa, N. Y., August 2ti. Consider
able rain fell this moruitig, making the
track heavy, but tho weather cleariug,
there was a largo crowd in attendance.
First Race Turso $400, for two year
olds, uon-wluners of a sweepstake since
July 15, live furlongs: Ilarrlgan, llrstt.
Hart, second; lUpido, third. Time, 1:00.
Mdtuals paid $21.60.
Second Race Relief stakes; three-year-olds;
at fifty dollars each, half for
feit, 100 added; mllo and five furlongs:
Won by Modesty; Powhattau, second;
Tolu, third. Time, 2:5'J. Mutuuls paid
Third Race Handicap sweepstakes;
all ages; ono and one-half miles: Won
by Freda; Euclid, Second; Nettle, third.
Time, 2:12 1-2. Mntuals paid $15.
Fourth Uaco Ono mllo: Won by
Roslere; Admiral sccoud; Empress,
third. Tlmo, 1:48. Mutual paid $21.20.
Bauatooa, N. Y., August 27. Tho
drowd at tho race courso contlnues largq
under tho Influence of beautiful wcatheK
Tho track, however, Is soft from yester
First Race Purso ol $300 for two-year-olds
w hich havo uot won a raco at
Saiatogn three-fourths mllet Trouba
dour, llrsi; Pegasus, second ; Tallymant,
tllrd. Time, 1 ild 1-4. Mntuals paid
Second Race Purso ol $350) ono mllo.
It was hotly contested, and resulted In a
dead beat between Sovereign Pat and
jt,..,-tmnlo,.nl.- 1I.il.1o II... I n
A Sonsntion In Political Circlos
Cauiiod by liProiniiiont Wis-
Healing M Broach in Illinois Greenback
ism A Knock-Dowa Argument
Uuiou Prohibition Ujnvcutiou.
Colonel Put Dorian, of Dakota, to Go to
Maine and Work lor Blaine
Union Prohibition Convention.
LiNsiN.i, Mn ii., August 27. Tho
Union Prohibition Convention was called
to order at 10:15 by Samuel Dickie,
Chairman of the State Central Committee
of tho Union party. Prayer was offered
1-y Rev. M. M. Golden, of Portland.
Dicklo named D. P. Sangedorph, of
Charlotte, as temporary Chairmau ami
Dr. Sweet and, of I'.dwardsburg, as tem
SaL-eudorpli simply thanked tho Con
vention for the honor, und pro
ceeded to business. Tho several Con
gressional Districts presented one
name each for tho s vt ral committees,
Including a Committee on Finance,
a"'l f i r pie.iuiinary oiguii.i
tiouihe Coiiveiitiou toon a rcccs until
n.!!i!liij tho Broach ia Illinois.
Blooming inx, III., August L'7. The
Anli-.M.,nopoly Greenback Libor Party
of Illinois convened in this city at ten
o'c.ock this morning, tho meeting bein;r
an adjourned one of Dr. .. Water's Con
vention, which met in lilooinington on
tho 1 4th lust. The' Convention called to
day was In pursuance of a call signed by
McKeighan. The Water Convention,
upon assembling, passed a resolution to
adjourn at twelve o'clock, at which hour
tho Mi K'eih iu .Convention meets, thus
healing tho two factions of Greuubackl-nn
In Illinois. It is thought that Jesse Har
per wijl bo nominated for Governor.
Oberiy is working hard to effect a fusion
on the State ticket, and In Carter Har
Nebrnrka Republicans.. "V
Omaha, Nun., August 27. Th". city Is
full of delegates to Slate Republican Con
vention, which meets this afternoon.
There Is a lively contest for each place
upon tb 3 ticket except the head, and the
olllco ol Secretary of State, both of tho
present Incumbents being pretty certain
of re-tjomination. A 'strong opposition
to the io-nomlnatlon of Governor Dawes
developd from two different quarters,
and Henry T. .Clark, ot this city, and
Cougrc.iin m aloniiue .veto prominent
ly ineiitionod. Thus far tho opposition
has been unable tougre.; npon either, and
tho Dtwos follow log aro conildontof suc
cess upou tho llrst ballot.
A Kncck-Tjown Argument.
Waiisaw, X. Y., August L'7. Hop. S.
W. Tcwksbury, of Perry Centre, while
engaged in a iltscussion over local poli
tics with J. C. Walker, a fellow-townsman,
became enraged and picked up a
club and struck Walker on the hea I, fell
ing him to tho lioor. Walker's condition
is critical. Tewksbury represented
Wyoming County in tho Assembly in 1 s? I
and 1?75, and wis a Justice of the Peace
for tweuty years.
Sensation in Political Circlea.
MiLWAt Ki'.i:, Wis., August 27. The
l),tV Jnitnial will this afternoon print a
long letter from Thad C. Pound, In which
the writer scores Blaluo und comos out
pronounced for C evcland. Pound Is the
most promitieut Republican in ttio State.
He has been in Congress several times.
Rumors that such a letter is forthcoming
causes a great seusatlon in political cir
cles. Strong Candidate Needed.
Blooming ton, III., Aug. 27. The
Democrats of tho Fourteenth Congres
sional District of Illinois havo called a
convc ition for September Oth, at Clinton.
Hon. A, E. Stevenson, who served two
terms before the Stato was redistriet'd,
will probably be nominated. Tho
district is nearly 2,000 Republican.
A Republican Bolt.
Santa Fu., N. M., August 27. The lie
publieal Territorial Convention met yes
terday to nominate a delegate to Congress.
Four counties bolted. Tho regular Re
publican Convention nominated Judge L.
Bradford Prince, of Santa Fo, Tlu bol
ters nominated Colonel William L. Ryer
son, of Las Cruz.
Calonol Pat. Donan at Contralla.
Ckn thalia, 111., August 27. Colonel
Pat. Donan, of Dakota, will speak lu tlio
new Republican wigwam hero to-morrow
night. From hero he g. os to Maine uu
der tho auspices of tho National Republi
Declines tho Honor.
Pi:oi!i, III., August 27. Edward
Spellinan, Democratic can lidato for tlio
Legislature In this district, will to mor
row publish an open letter declining to
mako tho rrtco on tho ground that his
private business demands his attention.
D.clmod a U.-nomtnatlon.
Stockton, Cm.., August 27. The
Democrats of the S -cond District yester
day afternoon nominated Chas. A. Sum
ner for Congressman, vice Jas. H. Budd,
who declined on account of HI health.
Ilarwood for Congress.
Cami'.hon, Mb., August 27. Tho Re
publican Convention if thU(tln Third)
district uornlnatxd J. F. Ilarwood for
B irkadalo RonomlnaW.
Canton, Mibh, August 27. The Demo
crats of this (tho Seventh) district to
day renominated Hon. K. Batksdalo, pres
ent incumbent, for Congress. Ho had no
Blaine All Right Again.
Bait Hutnou, Mic, August 27. Mrs.
Blaine, on being questioned lu regard to
J'1 '.....nti..., t,, In,, . . i I i
ness. Tho truth is, lie caught a sevore
cold by tlio midden change of weather.
And anyway, he has been constantly un
noyed by tho cold weather 'ot this B":i-
Walker Blaine, who was met later on
tho street, .said: "Father is all right
now. His ll.i.ess has been gruatly exag
Pi-esidont Arthur's Movements.
Xkw pour, R. I., August 27. Tho Pres
ident camo ashoro this morning with Sec
retary Phllipps aud Messrs. Miller and
Tiffany and made several calls. At ten
o'c ock tho N rth Atlantic Squadron got
under w ay and proceed up the bay, whero
tin: torpedo experiments and maueuvers
take place. The President is going on
tlio Dispatch and Secretary Chandler on
the Albatross. The exercises will last
several hours. To-morrow tho exercises
will be at tho torpedo station.
Rocnivsmt, x. Y., August 27. Judgo
Fo ger is at home at Geneva suffering
lrom i.ervotts prostration caused by over
work. This morning he Is reported bet
ter. Ho has been out rlulug every day
till yt sierday. His friends are hopelulof
bis speedy recovery.
Tha Fall Trotting Raoos to Bom To
tluy. Si. Locm, Md., August 27, As the
races begin to-morrow, tralucrs hail to
get to the work of assignees early this
morning in the way of winding up their
charges. .Though the painful lack ol
poster-t leaves it to be feared that trie
patronage cf the meeting may possibly be
not over-gem reus, yet there Is no doubt
among trainers and horse men In genoral
that there will be no lack of llrst-class
spo:t. Final touches in the shapo ol
fast galloping . were being put to many
of the horses before dawn to-day.
Tho outside of tho track furnishes
excellent going, while the Inside, hur
dled of for tho. day, Is being harrowed
into equally good order. Last night
having beon absolutely dewdess talk of
rain was in. the mouths of all at the
t aek, but tlio thn atoned storm passed
ofr in' the lightest of showers, ami all
promises well for a splendid track for tho
opening day. Tho time that will bo re
corded through thu meeting will be
slower, perhaps, titan we havo been ac
customed to, but tho softer treading will
doubtless bo most grateful to tho very
large division which havo been worked
into the "poor feet" stage. ,
was ono of tho earliest out, his fleet sail
ing together in qui to an Ed Corrlgan
style, and in strength siil'lclont to show
how lticy it is that its onality Is uot
quite up to Its iiia;itlty. Bo ilman and
Ascender wero worked touciiier, whllo of
the rest John Sullivan was keptsomewhat
apart aud Hid stronger work than the
balance of too squadron. Conklln moved
and acted well. Vaclllntor acted very
gingerly when slow, but less sti Illy when
a bit of a pace was asked of him. Ifauap
and Chill may bo expected to do yeo
man's service for Donovan, albeit the
horse's hock action is somewhat hamp
ered on return. Mount Odve answered
a milo question satisfactorily. The
Wrongest aud most meritorious work
of the morning was a milo and thrco
SI'lN 1.1V Al'llll. FOOL.
Ho was iu tho agag line of business on
leaving tho stride, In that ho walked deli
cately, but after a warm up with John
Davis 4ie was sent along by himself, and
acting like a glutton for work, ns he was
In the spring, ho did all his light-weight
jockey could ask of hi in. John Davis
was more ambitious than ho has been
lor sonic time past, so much so as to
prove as much of a handful as Tom Say
ers cared to manage. General Harding
w;i.n sent two strong miles In company
Willi his half-brother, Toronto. Ho
moved voiy freely and showed a stride
very rarely seen, but when In tho least
I ushed out of this ho takes to high gal
loping over-readily and picks his teeth lu
a way that thoroughly accounts for
his rac.s lost. He Is clearly a horse that
can win from almost anything if uuln
tcrfered with, but oue that when pressed
can be easily shaken to pieces by a foe
that sticks to him. Nothing will strip 111
better order or more improved since last
June than Rhadaina, of whom Dick i'ryor
has every reason to be proud. She Is
asked to do much In lowering tho flags
of Talla Bone, Belle Pato and others, but
she will surely cause a run of gloves and
soforth, at least, when s!ie fs llrst seen
ailing Colonel Hunt's blue bird's eye
Entries for to-morrow's purso races
closo at 4 p. tn. to-day at the track, and
racing begins each day at 2:30 p. tn.
Crushed by a Tveo.
Little Rock, Auk , August 27. Wil
liam Gossuel met a singular death near
Richmond on Monday. Whilo out cutting
timber ho felled a largo treo which re
bounded frun tho stump, struck him lu
I he breast and crushed him to tho earth,
dead. Not returning home, a search was
lustilited and his remains found buried
under tho butt of tho tree, late In tho
evening. Be leaves a famliy.
Another Negro Rapist.
Titi'.NTo.N, X. J., August 27, Samuel.
Schenek (colored) yesterday afternoon
attempted au assault on his employer's
little daughter Minnie, aged thirteen, in
a woods near by. lie choked her some
what during tho struggle, but she got
away from hliu. Tho negro was captured
and lodged iu jail.
Rnev is Off for Boston,
Nw Yoi:i, Augtist27. The gentleman
who came to New York from New Haven
in hot hasto to look for his sou-lu-law,
R. J. Reeves, and his littlo daughter, was
E. J. Toop, manufacturer. Hound Do
tectlvo Sergeant iiickey discovered that
Reeves had starred for Bostou. Search foi
him Is being prosecuted thejo.
First Bale of Cotton.
Mkmi'ius, Tknn., August 27. Tho
llrst new bale of cotton raised within tho
Memphis district was received this mom
lug. It camo from -I flerson County,
ru., and Is classed as middling. It sold
it auction at uoon to-day and realized
Avcnly cents per pound.
Tho Great Faster.
Four Pi uv, N. Y., uiimt W. Kato
IN THE PASTRY
Vnnllln Y ...... fcu ... ...
n r,,Ui iiriicuiKiy anu nat
urally im the trull H orn which they ur made.
'Jkll Ultlini'l mm . ....
iun aint.wiii AMI TRIE FRUIT
t LAtuK THEY STAND ALONE.
MCIURIO BY THI
Price Bakinsr Powrlor e
Chicago, III. 6t. Louis, Mo.
Or. Price's Cream Baking Powdar
Ih Price's I.iipiiliu Yenst Ccms,
"(I ni-y Ilp Yeu.t.
OT? SALE 22-JT GIJOCEEa
WK MAKK hut one cjualitv.
All eiiiitestaiits for tho 2S premiums acsmvat.
iiiK iii.eve iimount.otl'ered by llluekwoll'a Dur
ham TnLiuxii Co., must observe the following
eonititioiis on which tlio premiums are to Ihj
bwhiM. .1 AH t.iLfTH must bear our original
Hull lmrlmiu label, U. H. Kevcnue Stamp, and
Caution N itiee. The bacs mut bo dono up
seeuri ly in it package with name and address
ofatu.l." r ami muala-rof bags eotitained plain
ly marked on tho outsido. Charees must ho
prepaid, (iinliatrliimii NnvtmherSHk. Allpaek
ages should bo forwarded December 1st, and
mu.-t n ni-li us at Durham nut later than Decern
brr V4U. No tuatter where yon resiile, iHitiit
your p-iekiute, advlsn ustiy malt tlmt you have
done so, ami i-tiite Hm number of btiKH sent.
Nitiov-H "I siieei-ssriil eonteBtaulH, with ntinilier
of Liu's returned, will be published, Dec. W,ln
H.ntoti. eniM; New York, lltraH; I'hlliidel
pliia, 7'imiiii,- Durham, N. C, Thicco Hani;
New Oilenns, Timet-Drmofrat; Cini'innKtl,
qiorcr,- Clilriut, Daitv Kfvii; Bun Vniaitiaei
lsi.Ai Kk.L.'H Durham Tobacco Co.,
IM'HIIAM, N. C.
Kvery Renttinn pnekage haa picture of Bulk
f Hod our next announcement.-
Health and Happiness.
y?Pm. 2 DO AS OTHERS
(yemfi: have done.
Aro your Kidneys disordered?
I "Kl.lni-T Wort broiiKht rue frmu mjr Kiavo, an It
wnp'.nnvr tA.nl tx-i-n irlvi-n up t.jr llUwt il.K teni In
D'jlruit." M. W. lAivcraux, idocUamc, Iuula, Mica.
Aro vour norve3 weak?
I'Ki.tll.-V W.irt. fiirc.1 it,,, frimi nnnn.i. wi.iklrnpM
I i-..aii.Ti m n..t ,-xK-.-t.Hl tn Uv."-Mra M. a. U.
, uuuwui,x.u. (.nri.iiun xoiniur, e ureiiunj, u.
Have you Bright's Disease?
''Kl.lnnT W.irt i- iroil m.i whun my water wj Jut
lianic w iihoo, rcutxxly, Muia
Sufferini? from Diabetes?
"KlilnT-Wei t in tlio mint Hiit'(.HfiilrHinlr I hara
uTt-r usuu. uivra hiiii.ihe imin.iinio n-ucr."
Dr. l'hilllp 0, Uailou, ilunktoo, VI
Ilavo you Liver" Complaint?
'hwnt"r-w en ouriia mo ui cnroiuu urt-r uimsmMm
i tuber i ira.Yt'i nt ine.
Huury W ard, It Col. Wth yat. Ouard.N. Y.
Is your Back lame and aching?
I Uuau I liaj to loll out ot I..-.I."
i MillU'V-wnrl. (1 IHittlfO i-nroil ma when i luu
Havo vou Kidnev Disease?
"KMmy-W urt madp tni..iun.llnllvi'raii.l kiilnt-yi
i .iTi.-r y.'ura ..r utifitictuui it-M-iiirni. iim wonn
I (lilabx. "-Sam 1 UixIki'X. Wutioiiuitown, Went Va.
Aro vou Constinatod?
"Kl'ln. y-Wort eimno8 eiv-T evacuation and cured
I mo alter 16 yt-ara umi of other m-.UMntw."
Havo you Malaria?
"KLtripv-U'.tf-t hiLA ilono bettor ttian anv other
j r-eintsfy I Lavo wvt-r un.d In my Iln.tll't..,,
ir. it. a. i iiu-a, ouuiu ueru, v a
Are you Bilious?
'Kiiiniiy-Wort hie, donume moro irooil than any
other lvultilv I hiivo ever taki-n."
Mr. i. X. Oalloway, Elk Flat, Oregon.
Are you tormented with Piles?
''Kl.Hi, y Wort ptnnnntnllit curtii me uf Mttttltny
I'Ui-8. Pr. w. ('. Klinn r.voiiimoii.li.1 It tonn'."
Uto. II. Ilor.t, L'aoliiiT SI. Hank, Jlyt'Mown, Pa.
Are you Rheumatism racked?
"Kidney Wort cuii-il ine, aft.-r I wnn ttlvi n up to
die by pliysUlaim and I hml mitreiwl thirty yearn.-'
LlbrlJh-3 M ilcolm, We.t Until, Uaiae.
Ladies, are you suffering?
"Kl.liu y-W'ort cured nie nf peculiar trouble of
xi'Tcral y vara ctAn.il nir. Many frteodn umand nralne
It." lira 11 Lamoreaua, Ialo LaMotlo, VI.
If you would Banish Disease
i and gain Health, Take
Thb Blood Cleanser.
Thb pornnn plaM'-r In
absoluW-ly the beat eror
niAitu, combining tlu
firtu.vt if hnpn with
iriima, Ixilumu and 1 1-
traetH. Iu power ki wonderful m cartntf duwaaea when
other planters limply n-llcTo. Olek la the Bark and
Neck, fain in tho Si.te or Limlm, SUIT Joint and Mtucls
Kl.lney Trouble, lUieumatiam, Neuralgia, Son Cbeat.
nins-viouB ol nv iivnn ami ijTcr,anaall tiauui or ae hea
In uiy part curad lmtaotl r by tho Up tUnttr, IWTrf
frico H conta or lira for flow.
Mailed oa rovulpt of price. Sold by
aU dnik-iflnta and country ttv
ioo J'fiiWrr Comiuav.
rrorrletom, Iloeton, Mala.-
I rKoroonlitiii. luatuf apiwtitaaadillmawairftli
nwelatakn llawler'n Htnmar) and Mrer IHM, WeeiaW
$350 00 PER MONTH!
tJMWUiVV SAI.AKY AND COMMISSION
to compi'lent btnilnci minaifer for tnla rlty (ot
StHlo) Auentr. KKSl'ONSUil.K COMPANY, bin-
..... .....lin. Ilu a niAiwltwil fivalllno thak Tula.
StHlo) Auentr. KKSl'UNSIlil.K COMPANY, bi
inea praetin ll a monopolT. rivalllnB tha T
ihono. $.M OA.sll ltKli;iHKU ft 111
SAMI'l.E ol'TKIT. STAIXr-OOODS. Nobuu.
n mm II H IIII II