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SRALB PKICE FIVE CENTS. EL PASO, TEXAS SATURDAY, MAY 8, i897. VOL. XVIL NO. 110 o IOSHUA S. RAYNOL.DS, PRESIDENT; M. W. FLOURNOY, VICE PRESIDENT ULYSSES S. STEWART, CASHIER; JOS. P. WILLIAMS, ASST. CASHIER. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK El Paso, Texas, Capital, Surplus and Profits SI 50,000 H. L. NEWMAN, Banker, W. H. AUSTIN, Cashier. El Paso, A General Banking C3T Mexican Bullion Bought. H. L. NEWMAN, Jr. Ass't Cashier. Texas. Business Transacted. Gold and Silver Money and Exchange Bonsrht and Sold, SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT. C. R. MOREHEAD, President. JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, Vice Pres. J. C. LACKLAND, Cashier J. H. RUSSELL, Ass't Cashier. State National Bank, Established April, 1881. A legitimate banking business transacted In all its branches. Exchange rn all the cities of the United States bought at par. Highest prices paid for Mexican Dollars. 3 M 2 g C 3 5 li 55 We put all our competitors in the shade in prices on GOOD AND STYLISH GOODS. Suits for $7 upward worth twice the money. Come and see them. R,osp ectfully, B. BLUMENTHAL, Cant be Beat, OTJR Native valley straw berries. Every berry ripens on the vine. Come in fresh every morning. FOE A good cup of coffee try our fresh roasted Mexican three pounds for one dollar. FOB BREAKING THE WILL. Till; CONDUCTORS HERE. The Son of General Mexia Enters Suit in Dallas. MILLION DOLLAR ESTATE Suit Has Been Brought by the Son of General Mexia, of Mexico, to Break His Will in Which the Son Was Iff norcd A Pretty Daughter a Wit ness. A cooling summer drink why not try our Wild Cherry Phos phate? There is erough in a 25 cent bottle to make 16 quarts. "WE'VE Also got Hires "rpady to drink" Boot Beer, carbonated, at 10a per bottle. I J. B. Watson, The Grocer, Phone 161, Cor. San Antonio and Stanton Street. ECTi FASO, TEXAS. WE TUM DULL DATS ! USTTO BUSY OHSTES! At our store. 210 San Antonio street, we have just received two large ship ments of RATTAN ROCKERS AND CHAIRS Why keep that old chair or parlor suite when you can have such a nice chair or suite from us at such mod ern prices. Just imagine a nice RATTAN ROCKER for $4.00, and some at .ess. Call and examine our mammoth stock of everything. T HL. SIP iMNTGKEIR, IFu-mi-t-mr. Crockery and Carpets. 216 San Antonio Street. ELi PASO, TEXAS. HOUCK & DEITER, IMPORTERS and JOBBERS FINE WINES AND WHISKIES A P NTTi fTvr J WILLIAM J- LEMP BREWING OO.. St. Louis. Mo Q-- pABST BREWING CO.. Milwaukee. Wis. 220 EI Paso St. El Paso, Texas. WALL PAPER! WINDSOR & PAINTER'S PICTURE FRAMES AND MOULDINGS. NEWTON'S OIL. AND WATER COLORS. SUPPLIES. THETUTTLE PAINT AND GLASS CO. PHONE 206. EL PASO, TEXAS. CT3STO. ttEZTT2ST2SrttEL. Fine Merchant Tailoring, And Gents' Furnisliins: Goods. Ifit Hit, PASO STRrTKT. EL PASO TEXAS Fine Tailoring The Lowest Prices. I have just received a fine line of tailoring goods from Chicago and have more on the way, and am now ready to suit the public with Prices Never Before Equaled in this city or Juarez. None can compete with me on prices and furnish as fire a line of goods. Suit mide to order, $17 to $2i). Pants made to order, $5. JESUS TERAN, 110 S. Oregon Street. T McCutcheon, Payne & Co. always keep, the finest bicycles at prices cheaP T J celebrated raak-?s it is quite ciear, to capture trade is their main ideA Capital WHEELS they will supply, and you can either RENT or BUY T Uoeqaled speed and erace to gain, oa Sterling, Rimbler or R-jd Bird traiN XThe VVaverlys, Rugby, Ideals neat material workmanship and all completE X . Carefully finished so beautifully, riding as light as a YACHT oa the seA 4 1 Hippy th'j cyclar who buys any one, for no one can beat him making a ruN jf , Lvenio? and morning always oa hand, tandems and singles best in the lanD X . Oar bicycle sundries and cyclery, the most complete stock you ever didC-j. ' Never so busy that we can't show, that none can opproach us in El Paso T i .. . - .... .... .......... . . J t I I VW'llttViltVtABJl. I1 I I I I I J rTTTTTTTTrTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Best liked where best known THE w i-i r -v-m- 4- U- ATT k HEAP ONLY IN PRICE. It is a Bicycle Built for business. It's Made Right: It's Price IS RIGHT, 50.00! For a complete Up-to- Date wheel for ladies or uentlemen; choice of tires, handle bars, etc. Fully warranted. W. G. WALZ COMPANY, Mnsic Store, Bicycle and Sew ing Machine Depot. Santa Fe Train Ditched. Lamar, Colo., -May 8. Santa Fe train No. C, east bound, was derailed just east of the Clay creek bridge east of here early this morniDg. A cloud burst bad washed cut road bed. The engine, mail, baggage and smoking cars were thrown in the creek, and the chair car turned on its side. The sleeper re mained on the track. A tramp who was stealing a ride had his leg broken, but the passengers and crew miracul ously escaped injury. Adjourned For a; Horse Race. Frankfort, Ky., May 8. The leg islature upheld its good blue grass name today by adjourning until Tues day so that all may attend Lexington's horse races Monday. Governor Brad ley will be in the grand stand surround ed by his staff. Earthquake in Kome. Rome, May 8. Two shocks of an earthquake were felt in this city this morning. Many residents were panic stricken and rushed from their houses into the street?, but no lives were lost. The damage was not serious. Dallas, Texas, May 8. The suit to break the will of General Mexia, began in the county court today. The gener al's sod, Clarence W. Mexia, attacks the will, having been practically ignor ed by it. The estate involved approxi mates a value of one million dollars. General Mexia was a conspicuous fig ure in military and political during his life in the republic of Mexico for nearly half a century. He died in Mex ico in 1899. Among the witnesses is Miss Inez Mexia, twenty-two years old and a beautiful young woman, who ar rived from Mexico last night. She is one of the principal beneficiaries and is combatting her brother's claim. En Route to Mexico. Chicago, May 8. The City of Mexi co is to have the opportunity of seeing some crack American billiardists William A. Spinks and Francois Mag gioli, two of the leading billiard ex perts of the present generation, left yesterday for the Mexican capital, with the view of promoting a thorough in troduction of the gentleman's game into the neighboring republic. This is the first time that players of the first rank have taken a trip to Mexico. Last General Whtaton Retired. Washington, May 8. This year has been prolific of retirements by rea son of the reaching of the age limit by high army officers. It is scarcely month since Major-General Ruger, commanding the department of the east at New York, went on the retire! libt. He is followed by Major-General Frank Wheatou, commanding the depart ment of the Colorado at Denver, who today leaches the- arbitrary limit of sixty-four years. Celebrating Requiem Alasa. Paris, May 8. The gray square front of Notre Dame was packed with people this morning seeking admission to the celebration of requiem mass for the, repose souls of those who lost their lives in the charity bazaar fire. The splendid edifice was draped like a huge pall. President Faure.hia cabinet aod foreign diplomats were present. The funeral sermon was preached by Car- inal Richard. Funeral wreaths were sent by German Emperor and Russian Czar. Let Them Fight In Europe. ALBANY, iMay 8. Gov. Black re ceived a letter from Secretary Sher man which was written on the applica tion of the Ottoman minister, who says the organization of the Greeks in New York, who are threatening the Turks with doing them bodily harm, is transferring the war from Greece to America. Tarkn Enters Volo. London, May 8. The marines from the foreign vessels are 'preserving or der in Vo!o during the entry of the Turkish troops today. -The Greeks have completely evacuated the city. Will Commit Lee. Washington, May 8. Major Cal houn goes to Cuba tonight to consult General Lee in the Ruiz investigation. He got his fioal instructions from the president this morning. A ISIoody liattle. Constantinople, May 8. Edem Pasha has telegraphed that after a bloody battle with 15,000 Greeks, he capture Velestino and will advance to day to "Volo. Tammany's Slogan. NEW York, May 8 Tammny lead ers insist that they will stick to 16 to 1 and the Chicago platform and expect to win this fall on the silver doc trine. Rank President Suicides. Richmond, Va., May 8. President Nelson, of the Metropolitan biok of this city, committed suicide by asphyx iation 111 health va- the cause. Ellrabeth Was Christened. Indianapolis, May 8. Elizabeth. the daughter of General Harrison, was christened this afternoon by Rsv. Haines in the parlor of Harrison's home on North Delaware street. A few intimate friends were there. Lil lies, daisies and palms decorated the room. Weekly Bank Sla'ement. New York, May 8. The bank statement for the week is unfavorably. The changes are: Reserve, decreas, $4,821,650; loans, decrease $911,600; specie, increase $240,900; legal tender $6,688,200; deposits, decrease $6,502,600; circulation, decrease 329,900. Wants a Pardon. Washington, May 8. The district attorney says he has been unofficially informed that a petition has been pre sented to the president for the pardon of Chapman, convicted for refusing to answer questions put by the sugar trust investigating committer. Made CJood Wages. New York, May 8. The jury in the case of Mrs. Tierney against Sugar King Searle3, gave a verdict for the plaintiff for the full amount, $37,700, with interest. This covered house keepers wages and board for four months. Two Sisters Asphyxiated. New York, May 8. Two sisters, Francis and Sarah Porter, of Phila delphia, were found asphyxiated at Wetl4tb, street this morning. It was ucdoub'edly accidental. Sliver Marker, Nev York, May 8. Silver, 60; lead, 3.12i; Mexican doHur, 4i. Judge i7 In llaru-ss. Washington, May 8. Judge Day s pent several hours at the state depart ment this morning learning tha routine. He tikes charge next week. Retired Capitalist Suicides. Chicago, My 8. C. K. Beach, a re tired capitalist, shot himself this morn ing. Continued illness is supposed to have been the causa. -Auction at Kern's Monday at 7:30 p. m., and will continue from day to day until the stock is closed out. Tanderbllts Go to Eorope. New York, May 8. Cornelius Van- derbt' and family palled this morning (or Europe. The First 15s Detachment Arrived Night, and Mure Coming. The first detachment of members of the Order of Iliihvay Conductors en route to tbc Los Anrels convention arrived between 10 and 11 o'clock last night on a special train with 130 p ople and are laying over today to take in El Paso and Juarez, ere continuing west ward at 9 o clock tonigiit. Ibe per sonnel of ths party and connection are as follows: R. H. Conner and family, Atlanta, Ga , So Ry., O. R. C. D:v. 180; J. C. Cothran, At'anta, Ga., S. A. L., O. R C. Div. 180: W.R. Smith and fanrly Atlanta, Ga., So. Ky., (J. i. C. Div ISO: Jre Ham, Atlanta, Ga , I. C, O R. C. Div. 180: Zack Martin and family Atlanta, Ga , A. & W. P., O. R. C. Div ISO; T.J. Howell and family, Atlanta, Ga., So. Ry., O. R. C. Div. ISO; C. V. Rainey and family, Atlanta, Ga., So Ry..O. R. C. Div. 180; II. V. Jons acd family, Atlanta, G i., So. Ry., O. R. C. Div. 180; E. Buckmaster and family, Atlanta, Ga.. So. Ry.,0. R. C. Div. 180; J. K. Dillion and family, Atlanta. Ga O. R. C -Div. 180: W. C. Warren and family, Atlanta, Ga., O. R. C. Div. 180; T. Minahaa, Atlan'e. Ga., So. Ky., O. R. C. Div. ISO; W. II. Dobbs, Atlanta, Ga.. A K. & N. Ry., O. R. C. Div. 180; D. 6. Wal'-aven and family, Atlanta, Ga., So Ky. O. K. C. Div. 180; E. A. Warwick and family, Atlanta, Ga., T. ct P.. O. R. C. Div. 180; J. W. Harri son, Atlanta, Ga.. A. & W. P., O. R. Div. 18'; D. M. Vimng, Atlanta. Ga., Ga. R.R., O. R. C.Uiv. 180; T. M. Ran- iall.Atlanti, Ga ..So Ry.. O. R C. Div. 180: J. W.Humphries, Atlanta,Ga.,O.R. C. Div. ISO: C. 10. Griegs. Atlanta, Ga., So Ry , O. R. Div. ISO; G. C. Hamil ton and familv, Atlanta. Ga., Ga. R R , O. R. C. Div. 202: J. L. Branan, Savannah, Ga.. C. of Ga. K. R , O. R. C. Div. 218: E. F Riser, Savannah, Ga , of Ga. 11. K., O. It. C. Div 233; J. J. Brana-, Savannah. Ga., C. of Ga. R R.t O. K. C Div. 218; C. L. Bruner, savamah, Ga., C of (Ja. K R , O. R C. Div. 218; W. O Hicks and family, Sivannah. Ga . G. & A , O. R. C. Div. 218; W. A. Wright and family, Wav cross. Ga., S. F. & W., O. R. C. Div. 218; W. M. Ennis. Mncon. Ga , C. of Ga li. R.. O. K. C. Div. 123; Jas. O Waller, M icon. Ga.. G. C. A F , O. R. C. Div. 123: Geo V, B -al and family, Maion. Ga., C. of G. Ii. R., O. R. C. Div. 123: A. N. Kendrick, Macon. Ga., C. of G. R. R.. O. R. C. Div. 123; W. C. Dvis. Macon. Ga., C. of G. R. R , O. R. C. Div. 123: J. H. Huunicutt and familv, Maem, Ga., So. Ry., O. R. C. Div. 123: G. M. Braug, Macon, Ga., C. of Ga. R. IX., O. R. C. D.v. 123; J. N. S'eed, Macon. Ga. , C. of Ga. R. R , O. R. C. Div. 123: A. M. Rankin, High Point, N. C. S . Ry., O. R C. D.v. 221: E. t'. Gretuker, August, Ga., S. C. & G., O. R C. Div. 20i; M. W. Huthins and famiiv, Augusta, Ga , Ga. R. R., O. It. C. Div. 2 i2; B. B. Jones aud family, Ausrusta, Ga , Ga R. U., O. It. C. Div. Li. V, Hatcher and family, AHUustrv. Ga., Ga. R. R., U. Li C. Div. u; VV. 1 . Dulurd and familv, Montgomery, Ala., A. W. P. R. R." O. R. C. Div. 9S; W. E. Stod dard and family. Soima, All., So. Ry., O. R C. Div. 133: F. Ssals and family, Slma. Ala.. So. Ry., O. R. C. Div. 18.5; H. M. Hanburv, Birmingham, A a , L. & N. Ry., O. R. C. Div. 186: W. R Friend. Birmingham, Ala., A. G. S. Ry., O R. C. Div. 148: G. W. Jone., Kt.oxville, Term., So. Ry., O. R (J. Div. 13it: Chas. G. Kinzell and fami ly, Knoxille, Tenn., K. & O , O. R. C. Div. J.: A. J. Corbits and famiU", Nashville. Tenn., L. & N. Ry.. O. R. C. Div. 135: A. H. Watkina andiamilv. Louisville, Ky.. L. .5c N. Ry., O. R C Uiv. ZJy: Ge-. D. Hawks and family, Weldon, N. C , A. C L , O. R C. Div. 1: Jno. t . Stamps, Kounoke, v a., N. i & W., O. R. C. Div. 210: J. II. DobbiDS. i Brunswick, Ga., IS. & VV., O. R. C. Div. 148; B. Jacowaya and family. Memphis, Tenn., I. C , O. R. C. Div. io: 1. D. Kuffin ana family, Memphis, Tenn., I. C, O. R. C. Div. 175; H. G. Thompson and family. Memphis. Term., I. C. , O. R. C. Div. 17.": J. D. Morgan ai:d family, Jaiksou, Miss., I. C, O. R. C. Div. l l!; P. C. CilUhan. Jackson. Miss , I. C, O. R. C. Div. 14!); John M. Dunn and family, Jackson, Miss., I. C, O. R. C Div. 14!: J. D. Neff and fami ly, Jaiksnn, Miss., I. C, O. R. C. Div. 149; W. K. Mooney and family, Mem phis, Tenn., I. C, O. R C. Div. 175; Mrs. W. H. Storing, Memphis. Tenn., C, O. R. C Div. 175: Wm. Winston and family, Chattanooga, Tenn., M. & U., O. K. C. Div. 14S: VV. R. Stout and family. Jackson, M;ss., I. C, O. R. C. Div. 149: E. A. Broas and familv, Mc- C'oaib Ci'y, Mi-s., I C, O. R C. Div. 307: B. b Smith. Shelnvville, Tenn., N. C. & St. L , O. It C Div. 135; C. O. Sims and familv, Nashville, Tenn., L. & N., O. R. C. D:v. 135: S. S. Miller tod family, Pittsburg, Pa., P. R. R , O. It C. Div. 114; Jas. F. Blair and fam Jv, Pittsburg, Pa., P. R. R , O. R. C. Div. 114; Mrs. C. E. Turner, Bruns wick, Ga., So. Ry., O. R. C. Div. 284; Mrs. E M. Howd, W ater Valley: I. C. The train is made up of a bagaraga car, a.ner ana lour sleepers. The excursionists tr avel just as they like, stopping whero they please, cat when hey please, go to bad when they please, and get up when they pleas?. so that thy a-e enjoying a roval sri;od time They a'l are a jolly good er..vd nt on enjoying themslve-i, and it may be a-ual y remarked, gentle Au burn haired reader, that the are suc ceed ng. Aft'T breakfast esta manana the entire caravan pilgrims spread themselvt s over and took in thai an- fiit burg to their hearts content. Then they took in El Paso, and t-aw ots of things including the lioud ia the iver. Th baggage car is decorated with a huge c r ul-ir d isrn with ti e peculiar envl-nn ot tlio .). it. (J., in the co-itr. urroiindo.i l'y the legend, 'Soutnern D-.'leuut'ou to the 2(i h Grand Division O. It. C, Atlanta Division. 1 SO, L.)s Aiigelfs, Ca'., May 11. I8!)7." Tua ear 1'u! !ium!i from Memphis is a'so ecorated with ;i l;irge canvas streamer it:i ' Memphis D. vision ' and other eerid-" Hereon. A neat, iticerary ifl distr-b I'e'i among tho breT.hrirj, tales tha. th'y will return vi i the Cei.tral 1'aeitio and Rio Grande VVet- rn railways, s'opfing at Z'on 'og noueh to take a Imtu in America's e "1 sea. A special car arrived th"s mi.rnirg attached to the T. & 1. tr.iin wiih the following O. 11. C!. ptrtv on b a' d in harge of I'oadi'c or Botrart: J. It. McLeod and wife, M. S. Bojnrt and wife, A. F. Cor.li-k nd wif-, J. N. Cole aid wife. Mrs. Cobb, all of Fort Worth: W. H. Xim ly of T x u-kana; .1. Boonu' and wife, 1'. V. B-a-it ard wife. Mrs. C. Biedai e, all of IJens n: B M tehell aud wif,, Mrshall. Tex.; Samuel Teg and wife, Sherman; u. KJ. JMCiaiiv, jjisr surma's: J. Buckles, Baird, Tex.j W. W. Edwards, ii vi ii ii ii i vi ii ii ii vjr v j- v v v vrv j - t 444 in iji .Sv Mi We will sell the following At Greatly Keduced Prices: Monday!! 0 Shirt S Gloria .- 4 T TJm-l Waists, Silk brellas, Parasols, Towel and I Table Linens and Damask Covers. S iTHE celebrated 'i I Xhi5 waist rp1I Pit anw ctnro at .R1 Rrt; Omstead corset waist. itore at four price for this week will be 50c. American Lady Corset" m m Jit: Is selling well and everybody thatO has bought one speaks very high- of it. "TRY ONE." 0 O 0 0 NEXT DOOR STATE NATIONAL BANK0 AT BLUMENTHALS, a-d wif-, Ed. Droyer and family, E P. Curtis, A. R. Taber, G. M. Louebridge. all of Smithvule, Tex.; C. K Gray, r , Knipp, Pittsburg, Pa.: L. B. Fnrtney, Newcastle, Pa.; A. Kionement and family, Miss Kate Callahan, Memphis, Tenn.; T. Curry and wife, Poplar tsiuiis, Mo. On arrival of the tra'n the sleepers were immediately transfered over to the Southern Pacific depot, and the tourists scattered over El Paso and Juarez The T. & P. pilgrims go west tonight with the Dilgrims from over the G. H with T. H. Purcell as conductor. There was a special car attached to the after noon train from the east over the G H. with members of the O. R. C. But they only stopped over until the S. P. went west fifty minutes later. tomorrow a special of sixteen cars will arrive over the T. & P. and con tinue west two hours later over the Southern Pacific. There are this after noon !HK) members of the O. R. C. and their ladies, and Mr. Bogart voices the sentiments of the rest in saying that the visitors are mightly please! with both El Paso and Juarez, and especial ly with the courteous treatment ac corded them while here. The reception committee of El Paso division No. 69. O. R. C were omnipresent and showed the O. R. C. pilgrims every possible attention. The committee are Chair man Dad Lesser, Captain Moses Dillon, W. M Stockwell, J. S. Moss, W. W. Swearingen, T. H. Purcell, A. B. Rus sell. Every want of the visitors seem ed to be anticipated by the committee, who seemed to know what, when, how aad where to do it. The visiting conductors went off with the pleasant?st impressions of El Paso aod the railroad men who are located here. Challenged tbe Faculty. Akrox, Ohio, My 8. Of the ten seniors of the Buctell college, eight are girls and two young mea Today they formally challenged the faculty for a game of ball, but the professors have not answered. Several years ago a similar challenge was accepted and a game was played, but the nine were male seniors. The Promoter li Jail. New York, May 8. Henry G. Gil lig, a well known promoter of financial scheiuss on the American and London: exchange, lingers in the Ludlow street jail, unable to find bail, on a charge of defrauding Kensey, a fur rier, out of two thousand dollars. Kudu ceil street Car Fare. Cincinnati, Ouio, May 8. Three cnt fares for working mea was inaug urated ou the Main Street electric line this morning. The reduced fare will ba aeo..-pled from all passaogors be tween 5 an 7 o'clock in the morning and 6 aod 7 iu the evening. In Sliver's Cause. IIkw York, May 8 Sevensor, Woloott aud Payne, the bime;allic commi-sion, sailed for .Frauee tjda Steveuron says the bimetallists may r.c assured that everj thing pur-siblo wi 1 bn don i tt restore silver as one world's moni y metals. Ill Cllttrlty'M I KUKr, London, May 8 Tbe subscription to the India famine fund continue t pour in; $2,600,00;) has been raised. Id addition to this $450,000 has baen don ated for the Greek wounded. Fire Insurance Agent's Officers. St. Louis, May 8. The National As sociation of Fire Insurance Agents elected the followioe officers today: A. G. Simrall, of Covington, Ky., presi dent; C. H. Woodworth, of Kansas City, firet vice pre-ident; Geo. D. Markham, of St. Louis, second rice president; John W. Sceible, of Alaba ma, third vice president; Thomas Gear, of Ohio, fourth -vice president; R. S. Brannen, of Denver, secretary and treasurer; A. Y. Rob-nson. of Louis ville, chairman of the executive com mittee. Det-oit, Mich., has been se lected as the place for the next convention. Bayard En Route Home. Southampton , May 8. Ex-Ambas sador Bayard and family sailed for New i ork at noon today in the steamer City of Paris. Bayard was heartily cheared as the steamer was put off. Upon his arrival from London he was received by the mayor and members of the Southampton chamber of com merce. In reoly to aa address hv th mayor, Bayard made a characteristic brotherly love address. A Preacher Gone Wrong. Beverly, W. Va , May 8 Rot. Anthony Mustoe and Christian Tuslng were loaged in jail on a charge of ar son today. Charles Mustoe, is the son of th9 preacher and his barn was burned. Tusine was arrested, and Jnm. iah Cross told the prosecutor he and Tusing were hired by Elder Mu-toe to burn the laiters son's barn aod home and murder the family. Perplexed Over the Situation. Washington, May 8. Harold Sew- ell, the new minister to Ha wall, arrived here today for instructions. He may be delayed as he writes the adminis tration that he is much parplexed over the threatening position of Japan and the question of annexation. Absolutely Pur. Celebrated for ltsgrnat leavening streng th and bealtnf ulness. A-surt n the food Hgalo-t hIuiu and all forms "f adulter tl n common to cheap brands. Kos Baking Powder Co.. New York.