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Owned by Mr. Henry Bnhmnlbaoli,
Wlna at Lexis artoa
Erer Concealed lor la tbe World, ud'
Vu Wot by Iminu in Three
ftnlfbl llnu-llr, i-cbmalbach
Pall* Out $1,000 M Third Hooey.
. The liaccD at Oakley and MorrU
Park Tracks?Other Kem of Sport.
Yesterday at Lexington, Ky., the richeft
itake>BTer contested tor by trotting |
liorsoa was ran of! and local interest in
the event iu accentuated from tbe fact
that an animal owned by a Wheeling
man was entered. This wu Ceiajs, tbe
property of Mr. Henry Schmoibach.
Qulle a colony o! Whoeling people
were present and ui the race, including
in addition to Mr. Bchmulbacb,
Messrs. A. M. Hamilton and Cbarlea
Horitman. The bone did very veil,
taking third place and securing $1,000. I
The following ia the story of the contest:
Lccimotox, Kv., Oct. 9.?Tlie richest
trotting stake ever providod in the
world was that of the Kentucky Futurity,
which was trotted here this afterBoor)
in the presenco of 8,000 people.
Tlio weather was clear and cool, with a
slight wind blowing, 'i'be track was
very fast. Of the nine tbree-vear-olds
that faced the flag, & W, Ayers' cheatnut
filly Benretta, by Onward, dam Bueln,
by Harold, was the favorite over
, the field. She waa unlucky enough to
draw the outside position and acted so
badly in the excessive -scoring that it
looked as if Gus Mocy, her driver, would
never get her away. Coming down for
' the fifloenth time, lie got ready, and although
abe gat oQ in the laat division,
before a furlong waa trotted was mistress
of the situation. Rich in Homblotonlan
blood, her gait was pure and
1 _ut .
JUUIUC3U UUU niuiuuv UOIUK biiuvb u
i. lick, she swept past her field of brilliant
younsters and bofore the half mile
pole was ronchod, was leading by full
two length*. She was never in trouble
and came home an easy winner with
four lengthb to sparo.
The second and third heats wore simply
processions and are not worthy of
describing, as BenzetUsofar outclassed
b?r field that it was no contest whatever
and she won tho stake easily. The
speedy bay colt Futurity, by Hindar
"Wilkes, and the black colt Axinite, by
Axtell, made a pretty fight in the seoond
and third heats for the $3,000 second
money, Celnya having finished aecond
in the first heat, llindar Wilkos
colt proved tho speedier of tho two and
won second place, while Axinite, although
finishing third in the second
and third heats, lost the thousand dollars
that went to the third horse, it being
givon to Celaya, a chestnut fillv by
Allandorfe. Nellie A., tho eonsntional
"NVilkes bay filly, which up to to-day had
won more itfoney than any filly of heeage
in the world, disappointed her
backers in failing to got a piece of tho
money. The unfinished 2:2G class from
yesterday was won by Sadie Allen quite
The first regular raco on the programme,
tho 2:14 class, was a red hot.
contest, Billy Bolton taking tho first
two heats, Wistful the third and Tokon
tho fourth, fifth and sixth. The fourth
and last raoe, for the 2:13 class pacing,
was unfinished, tho favorite Pattie D.,
Winning both heats. Summary:
2:20 class, trotting, purse SfiOO?Josie
Allen first; Ollio K. second; Princo EdBell
fourth; Dick Richmond fifth; Julia
Coulter sixth; Ella Belmont seventh;
Katio McGrogor eighth. Timo, 2:17$,
9.101 o.qn
2:14 cllosa. trotting, pnr?o $1,000?
Tokon first; Billy Botton second; Wistlul
third; Cocoon fourth; Answer fifth;
Margrave sixth. Time, 2:17}, 2:10,
2:21:}; 2:155, 2:141.
Kentucky Futurity, vnluo 831,180, for threevo.ar-aUh;
worth Si!, 130 to first hone:
IWl/A'ttlL... - Ill
Vutntlty - 9 S '1
Colayo? - 2 -1 fl
Axlnita... 0 3 3
Kellto A 3 0 5
Lyric? - 4 5 4
A^konlu ? 878
Billy Park* - " 8 7
Korvamlltio .... 5 dr.
Tllnn-2:!l% 2:16tf: 2:H)4
2:18elate, pacing (unfinished)?Pattio
D. won first two hoats. Time, 2:13}.
BtorrU t'urK Uucen.
New York, Oct. 0.?The chiol foaturoa
of the racing to-day were Maid Marian's
five furlong record run and the victory
of Black Hawk in tho handicap of fivo
furlongs, at odds ranging from 100 to
200 to 1, whllo as high as 800 to 1 was
laid by ono or two venturesome bookmakers.
Jack of Spades was tho favorite,
at 7 to 6, with Declare, John Cooper
and Peacemaker about equal second
choices. The start was long delavod,
and whon the flag finally foil Black
Hawk got a long lead with Keofo on
bis back and the boy kept him well to
the front The colt won handily, with
Jack of Spados second and Peacemaker
third. Alter the raco there was an almost
entire absence of people back of
tho bookmakers' stands. One mao in
particular was much excitod, for he had
bet $100 to win $7,500. Several wore
soon who had secured odds ot 200 to 1
> for small amounts, and one man was
cloofuliy cashing a tickot calling for
$1,200 for $3.. Summary:
First race, five furlongs?Maid Marion
won; tlmo, 1:50}. Second, six furlongs?Sufficient
won; timo, 1:10}.
Third, Dunmow stakes, six furlongs?
Magiao won: time, 1:10}. Fourth,
three-year-olds, sorial handicap, fivo
furlongs?Black Hawk won; time, 58
seconds. Fifth, mile?Live Oak won;
time, 1:39}. Sixth, mile?Setaukot
won; tlmo, 1:39}.
The Oakley llnrei,
Cincinnati, Oct. 9.?Two favorites,
two flocond choico horses and Bourssio,
a 30 to 1 chance, captured tho five
juries oflorcd at Oaklev to-day. Tho
track was fair. Summary:
First, milo and twenty yards?Semper
Lox won; time. 1:44. Second, milo?
Pbilopena won; timo, 1:43J. Third,
handicap, mile and a sixteenth?Plutus
won; time, 1:48?. Fourth, thirteensixteenths
milo?Miss Lily won; time,
1:22. Fifth, five furlongs?Bourssio
won; time, 1:03J.
Three llace Blent*.
The bicyclo boys aro alroadv coniidering
plans for tho racing soason of
1805, and it is probable that throe race
vineots will bo givon nnder tho auspices
of tho W. A. W. It is proposed to hold an
AmeotinMay, a national circuit raeot
in August and an anothor A moot in
Beptombor. Next yoar it is not prob bio
that tho neighboring towns of Steubenvillo
and Wollsvlllo will attompt to
k hold moots, and Wheeling would draw
heavily from those communities.
Howling liPftgite Aleeti.
To-night tho board of raanagors of
k tho Wheeling Bowling Loaguo will moet
i at tho McLure for the purpose of adoptI
chtraoionihiD wmob And to tnonct
otfair important bcuineaa, which domanda
(be piwaoes ot mry member.
8QDTH turn bowleks
OifliilMfLmM, El M Offlotn Md
Adapt ftchadul*.
tut erasing ?t Knoke'e hall, on the
Boath Bide, the repreeentatirei oi the
ariotn Booth Side bowlinx clabe net
and in organization to be known ai the
Booth Hde Bowling League wu effected.
It wai decided to open the aeuon
on October 22, the aame date that baa
been aelected for the opening games of
the W. B. L A achedole wu adopted,
and officer! elected aayfoliowi:
Viae President?J. W. Kemple.
Secretary-treaiarer?Will 0. Hand-'
The J. W. Kemple, Uarreit Home
and Bcbmnlbach brewery claba will
bowl at Fette'i alleji, and the other
fire claba o( the league will bowl at
whkei, politics
Is QolU llvilf This rail?Two Candidates
for OblafCoaiul.
While the big political campaign li
! II ......J 4k... I. ...Ik..
Ytariuiujt up mi muuuu, uiuid la auuiuci
campaign tbaris at least eqnslly warm.
The term o( Jason 0. Stamp u chief
couaul of the West Virginia division of
the L. A. W. ii (boat to expire, and tbe
election of a successor it now being
bold. It la done by a mail rote and tbe
polls close at Chicago on the flftoonth
of next month. There are two candidates
in the field, Mr. Stamp, tho present
incumbent, and Charlei 11. Geiger,
president of the Wheeling Athletic
Wheelmen. Each is making an active
campaign and every vote in tho division
will be out.
Foot Ball on Saturday.
The Vigilant foot ball clnb, of Martin's
Ferry, and tho Marietta clnb will
play on tho Island fair grounds next
Saturday at 2 o'clock.
Opons Un District Convention down at
The first session of the fifth annual
convention of Wheeling District Epworth
League was held at Simpson M.
E. Church, at Moundaville, lost evenlag.
A large number of tho delegate?
were in attendanco and the church
was filled to its fullest capacity. Beautiful
flowers decked tbe rostrum, and
the word "Wolcome" was hung in league
colore between tho arches in the
rear, and below lmng an Epwortli
Leacue badge, transparent, which was
very beautiful.
The {allowing programme was rondorod:
Chorus?"MlKlity Jehovah",,.??., ....Bellini
Devotional Exercines,
Rev. A. Mick, Presiding Elder.
Welcome Addrowoa.
James A. Bljraloose. President Simpson Chapter?
Rev. G. W. Grimes, Pastor.
Rev. L.W Roberts, President District league.
Rqv. C. \\\ Upton. First Vice President
District league.
Organ Solo?"Oilurioiro" ?..Wely
Mr. Cheesbro.
Social Intermission#
Chorus?"Glorious Is Thy Name'\..?~~....Mozart
Exercises by Junior I<eague.
Vocal Solo?''Only Tired" ~.Wbito
Mrs. William*.
Recitation?"Tbo Ship of Falth".~mwM~..~
MIm Itettab Jobuson.
Vocal Solo?"AngeU Ever Bright and Fair"...Handel
Miss Ada Currlck.>
Chorus?"Praiso Ye the Father" Gunod
Doxology. Benediction.
The sessions will continue until
Thursday evotainir, and intorosting programmes
have been announcotL
tii 15 vsonn 44wool**
Only Refers to the Hair of the Sheep.
Other Hair Duties Go Into Immediate
\VAsniNGTON. D. 0.. Oct. 0.?Secretary
Carlisle to-day received from Acting
Attorney Goneral Maxwell, an opinion
in which he holds that tbe word "wool"
as used in the woolen schedule of the
new tariff act refers to the hair of tbe
sheep only, and that the now and lower,
duties on goods made ot tho hair of
other animals went into oflect on the
signing of tho act.
Immediately on recoipt of this opinion,
Secretary Carlisle sent the following
telogram to all collectors of customs:
"The attorney general has rondored
nn opinion that the word 'wool,' as used
in paragraph 297 of the now tariff act,
referred to hair of sheep only, and that
the now duties under schedule K upon
articles mado of tho hair of tho other
animals wont immediately into efffect
when the act took oQoct.
"Customs officers will be governed
accordingly. Instructions of August
27 remain uncbangod. Collector will
liquidato all entries covering goods
claiaiflod contrary to above instructions.'1
Down Go Wdffea.
Gas City, I.m, Oct 9.?Tho hot roll
department in tho Jloorwood tin plate
mills closed down indefinitely to-day.
Tho ownetf.of Ibo mill say thoy cannot
ran tho roll dopartmont unless a reduction
of 25 por cont in wages is madoi
and tho men refused to accopt this.
Three hundred men aro idle in consequence.
Gimrnntooil Cure.
"Wo authorize our advertised druggist
to sell Dr. Kiug's Row Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds, upon
this condition. If you ure atllicted with
a cough, cold or any lung, throat or
chest troublo,and will uso this romody
as directed, giving it a fair trial, and
experience no benefit, you may roturn
tho bottle and hnvo your money refunded.
"VVe could not make this offor did
wo not know that Dr. King's Now Discovery
could bo relied on. It novcr disappoints.
Trial bottle frees at tho Logan
Drug Co.'s drug store. Largo uizo 60c.
and $1. 2
"Almost as;
Palatable as Milk"
This is a fact with regard
to Scott's Emulsion of Cod
Liver Oil. The difference
between the oil, in its plain
state, is very apparent. In
Scott's Emulsion
you detect no fish-oil taste.
As it is a help to digestion
there is no dflcr effcct
except good effect. Keep in
mind that Scott's Emulsion
is the best promoter of flesh
and strength known to
Pr?p*rgd by Bcott h Bownw. W. V. All dragdiU.
Tbs OtaM Lodii at Haatlagwa? A Ooorl
Attandaaca aad a rtaa Pandl.
HcmxoTox, W. Va:, Oct fl.?There
an hondreda of KiiijjtiU ol Pythiaa
bar* ?r?m all over the atata and the fir. t
dayi aettion of tba twenty-tlftb annul
moating of tba grand lode* Knlgbta of
Pytnlaa ol tbaiuta opened tbia morning
amid th* moat favorable anepicee.
Xinety-aix lodge* reported aa being
repreeanted. Mayor Naal delirored tba
addreet of weloome and turned over tba
key of tba city to Qrand Chancellor F.
It Lug, of Clarksburg. Chancellor
Lang responded neatly and tbaa tbe
lodge went into executive teaelon. 1
Sixty-live pan cbancaUora were admitted
at member) of tba grand lodge. 1
Black Prince and Obio Valley, of 1
Wnoollng, Waibington and Hope, of
Parkerabnrg, were each given two representations,
aa tbeyihad over ISO mem- '
beta. Ail tbe grand lodge officers were i
present and a treat deal ol routine bu?i- i
neai wai dltpoted of. . i
Jl parade took place this afternoon I
over the principal atreeta and it waa a- I
handsome aflair. At Parkerabarg di- '
viiion refused to onter tbe competitive
drill, Bavenawood diviaion waa tbe |
only one to enter, there being aixteon j
men nnder command of Cant. W. E. ,
W?,., liAt.tan.Mt* I VI T V
Hodges, Major W. H. Banks und Copt.
Robert L. Archer wero the judges, and
they awarded the diviiion the prizo of
S1CW, the company making a percentage
of US. There were thousands of people
on Third avenue this ovoniug to see
Captain Baker and his men, of Parkersbur#,
drill, and it was the grandest
sight Huntington ever witnessed. The
election of officers will probably take
place to-morrow. Grand Vice Chancellor
Cyrus \V. Hall, of Charleston, will
be tnade grand chancellor. Hon. \V.
M. 0. Dawson arrived to-night, and will
address tlio Knights and citizens tomorrow
evening on Pythianism.
Terrible Death.
Special DUpalch to the JnleUlomcer.
WtsTox, W. Vx., Oct 9.?A young
man named John Gillespie was instantly
killed by a board flying from the
board saw at the Holly rtoerjplant south
of Flatwoods to-day. He is the son of
James Gillespie, a prominent farmer of
that section. His remaius were taken
to liia homo at Gillespie station by
special train this aftornoon.
Patent to Went virgunun.
Special Dispatch to the InteUtyjencer.
WAsniNOTOS, D. 0., Oct 9.?A patent
was granted to-day to Jesse K. Davis, of
Farkereburg, for electric heater.
Anniversary of Chlcugo Fire.
Chicago, Oct 9.?Chicago day, tho
anniversary of tiio great lire of 1871, was
cclebratod to-day. The celebration was
bo^un by the ringing of the Columbiun
Liberty Boll, which wad carried about
tho city and rung at the statues of
Lincoln and Grant in Lincoln Park, on
the site of old Fart Dearborn, at tho
Columbus monument on tho lako front,
at tho city ball and the board of trade.
This afternoon the First Kegimont I. N.
0. took possession of its now armory
and begun a three day's military fete
with a parade through tho business portion
of the city. The Marquette Ciob,
the Union Loaguo club and one of New
York gavo banquets to-night.
Trusted Mini <Jr?uo Wrong.
Hamilton, Ont., Oct 9,?Fred Fil- j
giano, cashior of the Grand Trunk rail* f,
way freight office hore, has suddenly r
disappeared. Until the auditors work- :
ing on his books havo completed their .
labors the amount of Filgiano's alleged \
defalcation cannot be stnt?d, but it is r
understood this will reach nearly $150,
Q00. Filgiano has been cashier for fif- J
linn vAnra Ot'nr n milllAn dollars fln- 1
nually passed through his hands.
Will Start a Sew Life.
Buda PfisTH.Oct. 0.?Count Herrmann
Zichy, a member of the lower house of
tho Hungarian diet, has written a letter
from New York to his constituents,
saying that ho ha9 emigrated to America
in ordor to start a now life. Tho
count's family renounced him becauso
he adopted tho Unitarian faith in order ,
to be able to marry tho mother of his
children, who was formerly a singer
known on the stago aa M'lle Baviore.
npi> nnd Mishaps In the Thriving City
Across the Ulver. (
'Xho Original Fitke Jubllea siutera
will appear at tho opera house to-night,
this boing the opening of the Y. M. C.
A. courso. This organization has oppoured
In many of the great cities of
the world. They pleased the people
hero lost winter.
Tho grand jury which i? an intelligent
and respectable looking body of
mon, will begin to grind to-day. It has
for investigation forty-nine cases and
400 witnesses to examine.
Tho oxponse of burying dogs has begun
to such an extent in Martin's Ferry
that the city council will not pay for
thoir burials in tho fnturo.
Yostorday was pay day on tho Cleveland,
Lorain & Wheeling railroad, and
on Monday the Cleveland & Pittsburgh
paid its employes.
Tho bar aud breakdown mills at tbo
yEtno-Standard are oQ on account of
the shortage of iron.
Mrs. Joseph Bird oponod a grocery on
tho cornor of First and North strcots
Rolls woro broken yostorday 011 mills
Nos. 1.10 and 13 in the ..Etna-Standard.
Edward Krim hue returned from a t
two weeks' visit in Pennsylvania. *
Mr. and Mrs. Goorgo Davis, of Cam- I
bridge, aro visiting hero. 1
Mrs. M. E. Myers celebratod berfifty- ,
Ufth birthday yesterday.
Mrs. C. \V. Kuckuck has roturned 1
from East Liverpool.
One of tho bnso ball olub's horsos q
died yesterday.
Mr. afld Mrs. Goorge W. Tweedy are
at BmithfJeld. ' '
Tliroo plain drunks woro arrostod ?
last evening. MM
cinu'ii cn.ot. I
B. Tf. Clifford, Now Cassel, Wis., was ]
troubled with Neuralgia and Klionma- j
tism, his Stomach was disordered, his
Liver was affected to an alarming de- I
greo, appetite fell away, and lie was terribly
reduced in llesli and strength. 1
Throo bottles of Electrlo Bitters cured '
him. |
Edward Rhephord, Hnrrisburg, III., ,
had a running sore on his leg of eight 1
years' standing. Used throo bottles of (
Elect rie liittora and eoven boxes of
Ilucklen's Arnica Salvo, and his leg in (
sound and well. John Speaker, Cataivba, |
Ohio, had flvo largo Fever Bores on His
leg, doctors said ho was incurable. Ono I
bottle Electric Hitters and 0110 box lluck- I
len's Arnica -Salvo cured him entirely. '
Bold by Logan Drug Co. 3 j
"I woi-M) rathor trust that modicino !
than any doctor! know of," says Mrs. I
Hattio Mason, of Chilton, Carter county, ,
Mn.,inspoaklngof Chamberlain's Colic,
Cliolora and Diarrhoo* Komedy. j
All V>ru of Lo??l >>?. ?ud Oowtp from
tb? CUM Cuj.
Ex-Got. J. & Poraker hu consented
to make la* apeecbea in Enters Ob lo
tod the probability are that the county
eotnmltte* will tecure hi* presence
In tbia section. JompIi Benson i? a
treat card among tbe worker* ol the
partr. and a* ha will rao?t likely be oat
(or United State* aenator toaucceed Mr.
Brice, ha would be a drawing attraction
|tut at thit interesting period.
Tho ateel work* ttart np thta morning
titer an idlene** ol three daya. Tbe
blaat furnace produce* only about oneball
the iron neceeiary to keep the ateel
plant in foil operation, ao that it nana
inly hall time. Hall time and wagea
reduced Irom 30 to 50 per cent la the
itnation with the workmen there in
iheae timea.
The Firat National Bank publithed
Ita atatement yesterday in compliance
- < -> ?ii? _/ .1?
ffllfl IQO CSU 01 IUB cuujpuwiiot ui md
:?rrency. It shows that the (qans and
lad 'discounta do not amount to as
nuch ai the depoeita, to say nothing of
;he capital stock, surplus. etc. There
leema to be plonty of money if there
Ml demand for it
tViUiau Oliver has boen released from
the county jail, tie was sent up for
umping on can and was released on a
?rlt of habeas corpus on a flaw in tbo
proceedings before the mayor, which
:onsistod in tho railroad company, tlio
iggrieved party, not making the charge
igainst the boy.
The voters of this township, outside
>f tbecity, will vote on loc?l option at
;ho election in Xoveinber. This was
jrought about by reason of a propostion
to start a saloon on l'ultney bot;oto.
Mead township will also rote on
Tho city council, held Its reirular
nonthl/ meeting last night and in the
tbsooce of President Clements Vice
Presidont Ruuibucli presided. In addiion
to routine business the matter ot a
ire alarm tor the fourth ward was
Prof. Lyman P. Powell stirred up
lonsiderablo interest in the University
Extension teaching project by his
ecture here Monday ovening. John A.
L. Gallaher, esq., presided and a com*
nittee will canvass the city.
The entries to tho bicycle races to
ake placo on the driving course to-morow
afternoon will close at noon to-day.
)nly Uellairo and viciuity riders aro
idmitted to the races.
J am 08 I. ivoiiy, 01 bins ci ly, nua uuuo
oreman of the grand jury that conrened
at St. Clnirsvillo yesterday. The
riminal business before it will occupy
noBt of this week. ,
The school board held an interesting
oision last night, at which an invosti;ation
into tbo charge of cruel whip?ing
in one of the Gravel hill schools
ras made.
The progress club will danco in Conral
hall this ovening. The hall is nowy
littod np and lighted with electricity.
I bout 200 invitations are out.
Drs. J. P. West and J. W. Coopor
rent to Steubonvillo yesterday to atend
tbo medical society meeting thore.
Tbo proporty burned in the Fourth
pare! tbo other morning beloncod to A.
'oienio and was fully insured.
The Deputy State Supervisors of elecion
will meot at St. Clairtville, to-morow.
^ A
Household Trousuro. 1
D. W. Fuller, of Canaiohario, N. Y., J
ays that ho always keops Dr. King's
Cow Discovery in tbo house and his
amily has always found the very best
esults follow its use; that ho would not
>o without it, if procurable. G. A.
)ykouian, Druggist, Uatskill, N. Y., aavs
hat Dr. King's New Discovery is unloubtedly
the beat cough remedy; that K
to has used it in his family for eight b
'ears, and it has never failed to do all ^
hat is claimod for it. Why not try a
emedy so long tried and tested. Trial
>ottles froo at Logan Drug Co.'s drug
tore. Hegular sizo 50c, and $1 00. 3
Tjiere is no medicino so often neodod
n every homo and so admirably adapted a
o the purposes for which itisintonded,
is Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Hardly a
reek passes but some momber of the
amily has need of it. A toothache or =
leadacho may bo cured by it. A. touch
f rheumatism or neuralgia quieted,
uhn severe oain of a burn or scald
>romptly relieved and the aore healed
q much less tirno than whon medicine
iQ8 to bo sent for. A sprain may bo
romptlyltreatod boforo inflammation
eta in. which insuroa a cure in about
ino-third of the time otherwise reluirod.
Cuta and bruises should reeivo
immodiato troatmoat. boforo the _
tarts become awollon, which can only >e
dono whon Pain Calm is kept at
land. Aaoro throat may bo cured beoro
it becomoa serious. A troublesome
orn may bo romoved by applying it
wico a day for a weok or two. A lame
tack may bo cured and aevoral daya of
aluable time aavoi or a pain in the
ide or chest relioved without paying a
loctor bill. Procure a 50 cent bottle at
ince and you will novor regret it.
"Trust Those Who Have Tried."
Catarrh caused hoaraenosa and diffitulty
in speaking. 1 also to a (jreat exent
lost hearing. By the use of Kly'a
3roam Balm dropping of inucua has
ead6&, voice and hearing 'hfWf izroaily'
mprovod.?J. \V. Davidson, attoruoy at'
aw, Monmouth, III.
I used Ely's Cream Balm for catarrh
ind have roceivod groat bonelit. I boiove
it a aafo and cortain cure. Very
feasant to tako.?William Frazer, Rotheater,
N. Y.
Price of Croam Balm i8 fifty centa.
Baltimore Live Stock Market.
Uniox Stock Yard*, Curkmo.vt, 1
Monday, Oct. 8.18H f
Swink?Thoro Is a fair supply of hog* on
he market, the receipt# nuutborlng loss thau
<M hoad in oxccsa of la*t week's luiralww.
'here lit moderate demand n*|iortc?l bydealnc
Wo qnoto good to prime hoirn 3."? xduO (X> per
w lbs. grow; common to fnir. iiicludlng nearly
hojtf-tbow from Pennsylvania, Maryland
nd Vlrglnl:i-$'?2'>aj7.">per llWlbs. Bros*: roughs,
ows and atags StwmuQ per 1UJ lbs. grovi.
Receipts 9.978 noftd.
bltKW and LAMM-Tho mnrket Is very slow
a-day tor both aheep uwd Inntta and vivlues
fjeoir from tho*e ruling last weok. Uheep nro
[noted at audit few extra good at :!c
>er ib. grow; lambs 2a3%c, nnd a few extra
icavy attf^a per Ib. crow.
VkalCai.ves?Trade U very sluggish for both
eal calves and grangers. The former nro quoted
t 3o5V$c per lb., and gru4* calves fidOaSOO
ior Iwrnl.
I W Offer a 1
l\./ Which,y )
I P Life of <
j Wives sr
4 Robs conflnsmenl ot Its Pain, Horror and > ;
> Disk, ai many teslif;. C "
1 v My wife used only two bottles.} "
f She was easily and quickly relieved! \
> Is now doing splendidly.? /
I J. S. MORTON, Harlow, N. C. I
f 8*nt hjr ciprrss or mail, an receipt of price, J !
\ ftio per SWd Uy ml liruvtgbts. Hook y I
f "To Motlicn" mailed fret'. v
5 DftmiKIJ) UKGULATOR CO., Atlsnta, (la. S
115"0 Main Street,
n 53 Market Street.
: New Fall
Winter Goods.
# _
tv 7 _ . r> _ 1 _ A . .
l\ow on saie;
Dress Goods, Coats and Capes,
Silks and Velvets, Merino Underwear,
Lace Curtains, Draperies.
Portiers, Knit Underskirts, Silk Underskirts,
Cambric Underwear,
Fast Black Hosiery, Linen Damasks,
French Printed Flannels,
&c., &c.
Sole agents for Dr. Jaeger's Merino Underwear,
and have just received a full line of
same. Our prices are the same as at the
New York agency. Stock on hand consists
of Socks, Hose, Gloves, Knee Warmers, Chest
Protectors, Children's Vests and Drawers,
Ladies' Vests and Drawers, Ladies' Combination
Suits, Men's Combination Suits, Men's
Vests and -Drawers, &c. All sold for the
same charged at the New York office.
Sole agents also for the Ypsilanti system
of Underwear, of which we have a full line.
Catalogues furnished when called for, for
We also have just received a-full line of
the American Hosiery Company's Underwear.
Prices in all cases as low as in the larger cities.
MARVIN S < self raising buckwheat flour,
ATJ.XXJ.I ^self raising pearl meal flour.
Cool I'all or Winter mornings make It n delight to have hot griddlo calces for your brouLfait.
o trouble to mako them. Only add sweet milk or cold water to your ilour to inako a batter,
ave your griddle hot, aud thore you arc! You can have tho finest cokca in tho world uy using
[ARVIN'S Self Raising Goods.
Alw.ivs Get the Best!'
ind BREAD. All Purs Health Foods.
Order Our Newest Specialty,?"ROSE JUMBLES."
?L0 (felg^LOSHiGOR
*ew *,eevery Wili br?eo yon tipln a wi*k. Cold wilh WRITTBN
jh Yrr7?f A WA" 1 > td l<>i:ur? isenrooi cnhimy, i.f>??orp?iu?i r?w?r m ?iin?i ?*?,
Blifn^KMBaBa^iJCBitaf loyoltitiWy Kmlaalonw from any cacao. If aculectvd, aucb trouble liaJ Ij
conauinpUon or loMnltj, ||.no p?r box br mail, C boir* for |S. With r?rr |S.
4 v?uB. order w* Blre * written jraafant** to euro or rufuud tb? aoner. Addriu
1'KAL MSLICI5E 00., CImUud, Ohio.
Sold by CIIAS. IL GOETZE. Succesaor to McLain nro*.. Twelfth and Markot Street* no3)
What is
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is ? harmless substitute
for Pnrcgoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Olilt
is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria is the Children's Panacea
?the Mother's Friend.
Castoria. Castoria.
"Castoria la ho well adapted to children th.it Cantor! a currfl Colic, Constipation,
I recommend it aa superior to any prcaferlpUoa Soar Stomach, I itarr haxv, Eructatka,
known to me." IT. A. Akciieb, m. P., Kills Worms, gins sleep, and prumotcfl
111 Bo. Oxford St., Brooklyn, X. Y. givtion,
Without injurious medication.
"Thouseof Castoria* is so universal ar.d
iu merits no *cu known that It mm a work ?Kor ^ yPanl j lulTO tMommradol
of niperarog&tfon to culoraa It. Kuworetho your CM-.tUC and ?hali idwiwti amttawtt.
intelligent familial who do not keep CMtoria do so as it has invariably producod heueilcM
within oa*y reach." moilu"
Cabuo6 iLutT7?f, I). D., Knwnc F. Ta*dk, M. P.,
Ncvr York City. 12??tli Struct mid Tth Ave., Now\ork Cit?
Tun CvrrAnn Cater any, 77 Mi'uuay Stubkt, Nmr Yoiuc Crrr
Performi Wondors In n Few D??s. u?t s*?aii %> trr, nmH *? ??. i^i
QirORf AND Arrt* drain I'uarr. %lrhll; K?K*l(,?,a ank, dr.pnn Jmi, low tulrilr l bp* an>l ??? . It'
ttvtUuf Vn??? ?Mrfc W MltHlfi ?IM r??H la In.mlti or ru?>?ai|ill<>a. |R4M> fflWK >" ??!?
ulfkl; ind |*rt.ianrnll). Irj II. Mnl l>) rulurn Mali, 91.OU, all fur fi.lKl, olik a nrlltra KMraalro in ciw or rr'*?4
" CRANE MEDICAL CO.. Columbus. Ohio.
FQIISAT.K 11Y TjOOAV nilTTO CO. dol'Mwriw/
v Tho greatremedy tor uorvmi*prostration nn<i nil tiurrou*
' UioKonvrntlroorgan* of rUlior * *.atioh n? Nfrvotm |'rowin*ii|'
j^tVTN jrjr- ?.w >"* orManhood, Impotoncy, Nielitly KuiliMoim. \ ouihiol { '[" ;
! Mvnt*\ Worry.oxcomUb ???> oi Totmr<2?or Opium, which l?*ndto*- ii
^ SOTT mmptlon and Infinity. Wlthovrry #ftunlprwo sire a wrtliy Bu?^
> Ayi'KU taLNU. allien lornra ?r, n-fiin.l |ho mono*, rtnld ni
turaa.OO. OH. MOTT'm:ilKMlCAl?CO.. L|?v?l??i>d.Obl?>?
Fori*lola Wbctjllu# by tbo LOGAN OUUQ 01).. Maiu aud lcuih birceu. dcJl-w*

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