Newspaper Page Text
mt f 171 T 4 TT TT "I A m k FTT T TTTinnn 14 T
AJlIJLV JJxxlJu I UillUU JO U IjIjJlil li .
CAIRO, ILL., TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 26, 18.U
contains iDHBjr fright,
fill stories of most bko-
nuintf Buncniig. nut
or picture, can bo more Ulatn-ssful than tho
sharp, severe, shooting pains dally and nhrhtly
tnaim-U by the who aro martyrs to that most
...u.D ujrun-ni, jeurawa. Toiretrldof tills
wart jr room la the Unit buhliiesa of all who Buff or.
AnaoriioRos regenerates painful nerves,
and drives out Uie horrors ot Neuralgia.
ATraorrronos gives health to Rheumatic
suffercra whom the most HklllXul pbysleuns
have not been ablo to heat
AnrLOPiionos operates on the Mood, mus
cles, and Joints; and dissolving tho acids that
cause KheuuiaUaw, reiuovea thein from tho
ATlii.opnonos Is pronounce! hy all who
have tried it an Infallible specific- fur thone
obstinate and painful diaeahea.
Read the testimony of one of the
sufferers. David Littje, Sum
ner, Benner Co., Iowa, writes:
".I am put 77 years of age, hive hid the Rheumatism
three yeaxi tad tight months; lost one-third of my
wenttit, could nut walk, but auuflied along on
crutch; could not aleep; nerve shattered, no
tremrth In my hands, wrist, knet or feet lint
thank be toOod foryourtrreatdiacOTcr'! Thoined
lane arrived HaturJay night I took a doe Hununy
morning, felt It all over mo, and kept on with it
Monday morning I (rot ui and dr'wl infe;f, and
walked out Into the kitchen without the aid of crun h
or cane, and wi.hed them all a happy New Vear. I itt
well night, ain gaining In truigth, and once more
enjoy lilo. Wbdi I could put Athlophobos In the.
Lands of every aufferer from this terrible diaoaxe."
If you cannot (ret ATHLOrnonoscf ynurdruirfKt,
we will eend it eiprewi paid, on receipt of regular
I rice one dollar per bottle. We prefer that you buy
It from your druggist, but If be baitn't it, do not be
miadwl to try something do, hut order at once
from u aa directed.
ATHIOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
miniM, ..,, Minniimiimiri
QEOHGE HARRISON' LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of surgical diseases, and diseases of women
OFHCE On 14ih at n-et, opposite tie Post
olT.ee, Cairo, III.
JR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
YAHOlt, ELKCTItO-VAI'OH axo MEDICATED
A ady In attendance.
M. HARRELL, M.J).
OFFICE-Enst Side Comincrc al below ?U K.
Cairo - Illiiioi
JR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornci No. 1M Commercial Aver.ae, between
Keotband Ninth Htreeu
0. PARSONS, M. P., '
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFFICE lty Drug Store, Carbobdalo, 111.
rp HE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois.
' 71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Bank'ui? Business
Til "W. H AJjIjI IJ AV
ENTERPRISE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
THOrJ. W. IIALLIDAV,
Commercial Avenue ami Eighth Street
P. BUOSS, President.
II. WELLS, Cashier.
P. VRVe, V'.cel'res'nt
T. J. Kerth, Ass't canti
r. Bross......... Ca'ro I William Kl.ite. .C .lro
Peter Neff William Wolf.... "
C. M.Osterlob " I C. t). I'atler '
B.A.liuder " II. Wella '
J. Y. C'lemnon, Caledonia.;
A OKXKItAL BANKING BC8INKa8 i)ONE.
Kxchango told andbonqht. Interest pnlil it
the Savlnga Department. Collections made and
all hnnlnwus promptly attended to.
WALL STREET REVIEWED.
Tho Slight Chock to tho Upward
Tendency of Stocks and
ANotUuloobid-For Event, "Which Causes
u No Uneasiness What Brought
The Growing Crops, and the Prospects of
Moving and Disposing of Them
New Yuhk, Auuit 'j. Tho formid
able advance of prices ut the Stock Ex
change wm sharply cut down oil Satur
day afternoon. There S'-eined to bo no
other reus'iri for H except that a Het-back
had to come some day; sluco the
phenomenal gait of the last six weeks
could not Lu maintained forever. The
leaders of the bull party malntiin that
the occurrence was a mere "healthy re
action," and they seem quite pleased by
It. On the other hand, the few stray
bears btill left iu existence did not coma
to the fr nt, and Were even not heard
of from their dens iu ISara
toga, Newport and Long Branch.
TUey will probably be on hand to-day,
and in that case no little fuu may be ex
pected. The bears have, at all events,
several favorable points to work upon.
Auother bank officer absconded In the
person of Albert Warner. The famous
"Billy" lluichlsou is reported to have
oltured out, aud thus still more compli
cated the affairs of the Wall Street Bank.
Very unfavorable statements in regard
to the condition of the Lake Shore & New
York Central have been made public.
Culling of railroad rates is reported from
everywhere. The exports of grain and
provisions have been brought
almoBt to a etaud-htiil, and
shipments of grain threaten to
became considerably reduced on account
U the low priced prevailing iu the grout
distributing centers. A combination of
such orcuui'tances is certainly powerful
enough to give a 6et back of a few points
to a market, lu which lree loans by tho
banks played bucIi an important part.
The directors of sound banks" must
naturally have become a little alarmed,
aud )ossib!y called In or reduced some of
the heaviest loans. Such, at lea?t, was
the current Wall street report on
Saturday, aud stocks began at
om-e to be freely offered for sale.
But it must be taken into consideration
that the reserve surplus of banks is still
very large, and that the recent failure of
banks causes a great many capitalists to
ke-ep their 6pare money in good bonds
aud stuck iu preference to having it on
deposit. They argue that a solid corpora
tion like the Bock Island, the Burlington
4 ljuiucy, or any other of that
kind can not shut its doors and its
oCicers run away all at oucc; while lu the
ca-e of a bank, both occurrences can take
place with surprising facility. It Is
consequently not likely that the
fall lu prices will become very
considerable j but it seems very probable
that for a lew days to come low prices
will be recorded, not only because cir
cumstances warrant it, but also because
leaders of the movement look for it, aud
are not opposed to it. They will not,
however, allow the fail to be too rapid or
too heavy, for they are still in process of
coaxing the outside public in, and have
yet a good deal of hard work to do con
sequent upon the prevailing want of con
fidence iu the management of our rail
As a .specimen of the kind of proceed
ing which are constantly being disclosed
among the raliroads, and which must
necessarily keep the general public out of
the stock market, may be given the fol
lowing story. A wealthy operator whose
fancy has been iu tho direction of small
roads and cheap stocks, was some time
ago very (partial to Rochester & Pitts
burgh. A few days since, returning from
a Northern lishing excursion, he took his
pet road In, and upon reaching New York
gave his broKets an order to sell out ail
his railroad holdings.
."What is the matter?" asked a friend.
'Did you find anything wrong with that
pet baby of yours?"
"No," was the answer. "The pet Is
all right, but 1 don't like the nurses, i
fouud that while I was away a default
was made In the payment of a paltry
$30,000 of interest upon some second
mortgage bonds. A foreclosure suit was
Immediately commenced and a receiver
applied for. Now three of tho directors
of tho company are heavy bondholders,
and a fourth is the plaintiff's attorney in
the suit. You sco the whole thing with
out my adding anything more."
This wrecking of railroads for tho
beiielit of greedy boudholdiug directors
has been carried decidedly too far, and
must Ilually ruin all coulidence in the
working of the corporation laws of the
True, tho modern construction com
pany's frauds made iu many instances tho
stock a mere gratuity; but there arc still
many roads which were built by the
stockholders, aud apart from that, all
the stocks, even If originally a
are being paid for iu hard
unsophisticated outsiders tho
they are put upon the market.
The question of shipment of wheat be
comes extremely serious. Tho clearances
of last week, us compared with the cor
responding week last year, are alarming
ly small, nud there Is no prospect of their
increasing, unless prices at the luterlor
points of accumulation become lower.
This, however, Is supposed not to be
likely to take place, as tho farmers will
not sell their grain ut a loss. But tl is
argument seems to be wt a', for farmers
want money, aud If they don't sell wheat
they will have to sell something else
hogs, cattle, hay, oats, ryo ot unythiug
Com must be bept out of consideration
yet, for it will take another month to so
cute, and fully two months more to make
It marketable. Meanwhile railroads will
have to look for something to do in the
way ot freight carrying, and will have to
publish some soit of report lu regard to
their earnings. Statements rendered to
tho State lUilroad Commission by
tho New York Central ami the Lako Shore
railroad are anything but satisfactory.
But bad us this showing of our great
Trunk Uouds, It is not much worse thau
tho condition of tho great English Rail
roads. There Is, however, this great dif
ference lu the management ot American
and English raliroads. Here tho divi
dends aro declared and often paid
whether earned or not, but In England
the rate of dividend is at once reduced
when the eurulnca are fallltui off. The
- i " i-' -
Railways nave each paid thU year one
per cent, less than they did last year.
The Midland declares one-half per cent,
less, and the Great Western one
fourth per cent. less. Tho principal
cause of this falliug off Is
unquestionably lu tho collapso
of the steel, Iron and coal trades. Tho
proof Is In tho fact that the roads which
pass through the mineral districts coal
und iron are the worst sufferers. Added
to this, tho London & Northwestern la
considerably affected by the state of af
fairs In Irelaud, which has almost killed
tho freight business between who two
Islands. Curiously enough, a. though thero
has been great falling off in freight busi
ness, the number ol passengers Is
everywhere on tho increase in Great
Britain, This increase is particular'
uoticeuble In the Metropolitan and tho
other suburban lines around Loudon. The
same fact cau be observed iu this coun
try. With the prevalent depression In
all branches of trade, and a largo de
crease lu the freight receipts of all
our great railroads, tho passenger
business, especially ou our urbau and
suburban railroads shows a large in
crease. A glance at the number of per
sons carried by the eievated r ilroads
give the best evidence of this fact. Wall
street men showed their appreciation of
It by keeping up the prices of Elevated
stocks during the eno mous decline In
other railroad securities, and the new
stock of the elevated railways bids fair to
becomo a favorite with investors.
BASK HAM. UUEVIXIKS.
Score of Qann Played on Saturlay,
St. Louis, Mo. Cincinnati, -'; St.
Louis, 1 Indianapolis, 3; St. Louis,
Baltimore, Md. Baitim ires, 7; Alle
New York Metropolitans, 4; Athlet
Philadelphia, Pu. Phiiadelphias, 5;
Washington, D. C Nationals, 10; Wil
Louisville, Ky. Tolcdos, 1; Louis
Boston, Mass. Bostons, 7; Dctrolts, 5.
New Y'ork Bufialos, 5; New Yorks, 3.
Cincinnati, O. Columbus, 4; Cincin
Providence, li I. Providences, 7; Chi
St. Louis, Mo. Indianapolis, 8; St.
Louis, 8. Twelve inuiugs; game called
on uccouut of darkness.
Cincinnati, 0. Cincinnati, 11; Co
Kansas City, Mo. Kunsa Citys, 4;
Cleveland Unions, 2.
Cleveland, . Loui.-.villes, C; Tolc
How They Stand.
The following tables show the standing
of the various Association and League
Clubs up to and Including Saturday,
I!oton ,7i 5
Itutlalo 47 &:
tnicao 4i i 4)
i H-vemna -J9 R:l
iK-tioit J ta
New York 4'i x,
I'hila.lelphlrt M 54
Providence W -V
liosum ;w :m
thii-uiro :4 4-
t'ineinniiti . ;4
KnnsasCitv s if.i
I'hiladeiiihia Ill 4
St. Louis no s
Washmirton L'S 41
The Wilmington J)el.) Club assumes these
l olumlitis M
St. Louis 41'
Sakatoga, N. Y.f August 23. Attend
ance good at the course; track In line
first Pace Purse of $300 for two-year-olds,
non-winners: Kapldo, first;
Reed, second; Lulu S., third. Time,
1 :1G 1-2. Mutuals paid $12.90.
Second Race Purse of 330, entrance
free, for non-winners since July 1, mile
aud quarter: Sovereign Pat, tlrst; Easter,
secoud; Yelvcrton, third. Time, 2:11 1-2.
Mutuals paid $7.00.
Third Pace Purse of $330, entrance
free, one mile: Won by Mammouist";
Gano, second; Anolosta, third. Time,
1:44. Mutuals, S3.
Fourth Pace Purse of $400, one and
five-eighth miles, over six hurdles, only
two starters: Scalper wou; Bourke
Cochran, second. Time, 3:03. Mutuals,
Pedcstrianism in Petticoats.
PiTTsnirtGii, Pa., August 25. At mid
night six females started In for a six
days' walking match at the Coliseum
bulldiug, Allegheny. They are: Madamo
Tobias, Carrlo Anderson, Belle Kllbury,
Lllllo Cleveland, Kittle Martin and Laura
There were five huudred people present
when Moivino Thompson, tho Cleveland
pugilist, gave the word "go."
Miss Cleveland took tho lead and fin
ished the first mile in eight aud a half
minutes. At noon tho score stood : To
bias, 60; Douglas, 51; Cleveland, 40;
Anderson, C2; Kllbury, 48; Martin, 31
A TUKK CALAMITY.
Burning of a Stable of Fine Horaei.
Cyntiuana, Ky., Augast 25. W. II.
Wilson's residence and training stables
at Abdullah Park were burned yesterday
morning and thirteen race horses, valued
at $23k000, burned to death. Many oth
er wcro taken from the stables and
turned loose on the race track. ,v One was
killed and ono other badly Injured by'
running Into a fence. The charred body
of a stable boy named Jas. Horan wasi
found In tho rains of the stable. It la
thought ho accidentally fired the stable
while drank, and, being unable to help
himself, was burned to dca4h. The total
loss Is estimated at 140,000. A men ft tho
horses were Abdullah Bay, Tom Bugley,
Jlurpn and yftrcurgfrT Bo,
A CLEAN SWEEP.
Warner, tho Absconding Bank Pres
ident, Loaves Nothing Port
able Behind Ilim.
Mining Troubles at Buchtel, Ohio-The
Miners Attacked by Strikers
Troops Asked For.
Falsified IPs Accounts and Fled A Play
ful Fool The Mormon
A Clean Sweep.
Albion-, N. Y., August 23.-Espcrts
who have been at work the past two days
oa the vault of tho First National Bank,
succeeded this morning in forcing the
third and last door. The box lu which
the securities were supposed to bo kept
was empty. Everything of value had
been abstracted bv the abscondiug Presi
dent of the In.stitutlou, who entirely de
pleted the box of its contents. The dls
covery greatly intensified the feeling of
depositors, and threats of violence were
openly, made by some against Warner.
Tho other oltlcuts of tho bauk wero de
uouueed in unmeasured terms for care
lessness in allowing themselves to be
hoodwinked by Warner. No trace of tho
hitter's whereabouts has yet been dis
covered. There were but few persous present in
the bank when tho vault was opened. Not
a dollar's value was found m the safe.
Notes given by Warner as executor for
the Burrows estate aro being received
from various points. It is said tho lia
bilities represented by these notes will
wipe out the entire estate.
Mining Troubles at Buchtel, Ohio
Cincinnati, O., August 23. A dls
patch from Columbus states that word
has reached there that the miner now
at work in the mines at Buchtel, Ohio,
were attack d this morning by tho strik
ers. The Columbus, Hocking Valley &.
Toledo Railroad Company have asked
the Governor for troops, to protect their
men aud property, but were re'used on
tho grounds that tho militia can not bo
called out until the Sheriff has exhausted
all means to quell the disturbance. Tho
wires have been cut, and no further in
telligence is obtainable.
falsified His Accounts and Fled.
Nkw Youk, August 23. Horace Swans
boru, bookkeeper for J. W. Mooro & Co.,
flour aud grain merchants, falsified his
accounts and left tho city, it is thought
for tho West. "We have not seen him
since last Saturday night a week ago,"
said John W. Moore, senior nartuer of
the firm; "at that time he gave me hi
account. My first glance at it showed mo
something wrong. He confessed to a
defalcation of $'J,000, and promised If I
would not have him arrested ho would
straighten out tho book for me."
A Playful Fool Kills His Sweetheart.
Dktkoit, Mich., August 23. William
Molinofski and Minnie Laug were mar
ried lu fsprlugwells, a suburb of this city
yesterday. After tho ceremony, accom
panied by numerous friends they repaired
to the house of Michael Colver to drink
beer. Wm. Jakofskl, one of the party,
who had been Imbibing freely, picked up
a loaded revolver lying ou a window-sill
and playfully pointed it at his inamorata,
Carrie Lang. There was loud report and
a shriek and Carrie fell to the lloor fa
tally wounded, (she is still alive, butcau
not recover. Jakofski has not yet been
The Mormon Martys.
Salt Lakk, Utah, August 23. Memo
rial service in the Great Mormon Tab
ernacle weie attended yesterday by Im
mense crowds In honor of the "martyrs"
from Tennessee, whose bodies arrived
three days ago. Tho meeting wa under
the direction of tho Presidency of this
"Stake." The speaker bewailed tho
wickedness of the Gentiles, and said it
was better to be the slain than tho slay
ers. Much stress wa laid on the crown
of glory ready for those who died as
martyrs. Similar services were held In
all tho stakes of Zion.
THE l'KICK OF HUM,
A Squandered Fortune and a Murdered
Marqi-ktte, Mich., August 23. Al
fred Coffman shot and killed hi wife
yesterday at Antrim, a place twenty-seven
miles from here. Coffman has been In a
drunken condition since last March,
when he received a pension front tho
Government of $3,000, and a large leg
acy from a relative. Yesterday ho wa
sitting by his wife's side, when ho sud
denly sprang up, and, placing his rlflo at
her heart fired, killing her Instantly, Coff
man was captured after a struggle and
brought to this city.
Threatened Lynching of a Young Farmer
Who Killed a Negress.
Lynciiuviig, W. Va., August 23. Tho
Lynchburg Homo Guard are under arms
awaiting orders from tho Sheriff of Am
herst County, to resist a threatened at
tack on tho jail. Under great exaspera
tion EUlrldge Morris, a prominent young
farmer of that county, on Saturday, threw
a boot-jack atJLou Green, a negro wom
an, and broke her skull. Sho died. The
assault was provoked by gross insults to
his mother. A"possc of citizens guarded
the jail Inst night. A body of negroes as
embled near tho Court-house, but no
demonstration was made. Troublo i
Texas Planter Killed.
Marshall, Tex., August 25. Edward
II. Evans, a wealthy planter, was shot
and instantly killed yeterday afternoon'
near Robert Gormon's plantation, ton
miles north of this city. It Is not known
who did tho killing or what tho difficulty
was about. A coorlcr from Gormon's
brought word to the Sheriff that the
man who killed Evans was waiting the
Sheriff's arrival that be might surrender
' Moi-toa'a Buooassor.
BnooKLYK, N. Y., AugrV aS. Colonel
McLei rotitmster, state to-dJ But
ho bad appelated as hls;fl(aBt trfpBSoe
ly disappeared, Samuel Smith, and Col
onel McLcer, said ho wus unable
even yet to understand why It
was Morton absconded. It certainly
could not have been for tho small dis
crepancies discovered in his accounts.
He could have gone out upon the street
at any time and obtained a thousand
dollars for every hundred ulleged to hse
been missing in his accounts. He had
not received a line from him since he
went away, and was surprised to learn
that Morton had written from Rotterdam.
Bi.oosiiNiiiov, III., August 25. Owen
L. Cheney, President of the McLean
County, Agricultural Association, pub
Ushes a challenge, laying the wager at
$5,000, that Prof. Samuel A. King, the
Philadelphia aeronaut, can make tlte best
successful ascension on record aud go
farther than any other living balloonist,,
not excepting any of tho French aero
nauts. The challenge Is open to the world,
and If not accepted within two Bionth
Professor King and Clieuey will make the
attempt to record tho longest balloon
voyage on record, ascending either from
Chicago, Cincinnati or St. Louis.
Two Persons Fatally Injured and Two
Others Seriously Hurt.
Mattoo.v, III., August 25. In a run
away accident yesterday Rev. Turner, a
Cumberland Presbytcriau minister at
Ashmorc, and Mrs. Davie, of Loxa, re
ceived probably fatal Injuries. Mr. Tur
ner had his shoulder dislocated, ankle
fractured and skull fractured. Mrs.
Davies, an elderly lady, had both arm
broken and her legs were badly braised.
Miss Klla Davies received serious but
not dangerous woufTds. DavM Davies
had his nose broken and bit hi tongoe iu
An Era of Prosperity Dawning on
' SpringOold, Mo.
SrHr'GHKi.i, Mo., August 25. Prop
erty owners hero are much elated ovei
the announcement that the machine 9hops
of the K. C, S. & M. Road are to be lo
cated here. This aloue, it is thought,
will, within the next three months, in
crease the population about 3,000 oi
4,000. Work on the eroctlou of a wagon
factory, which will employ 250 men, it
cracker factory, candy factory, flourinu
mill and a furniture factory commeuccs
this week. Within a week real estate has
Increased ton per cent, in value.
Boone County Crops.
Coi.i MniA, Mo,, August 25. The rains
of the past ton days have insured a
bountiful corn crop lu this section. The
yield will bo ono of the largest in tho
history of the couuty. The fruit yield
so far as has been very good, and tho
prospc- for winter apples is excellent.
The wheat yiel.l In thi county I esti
mated at over 1,000,000 bushels. Tho
oat yield has been unprecedented and
other small grain crops aud grasses have
Hurst, the English Sprinter, Not Bead
Wii.kksiurp.k, Ta., August 25. The
special from hero last night announcing
the death of Fred Hurst, the English run
ner who was stabbed at Hazleton, Fri
day, Is not true. Ho is alive this morn
ing und is doing well. His physician
thinks ho will recover. Tom Simpson,
tho assassin, I iu jail. There !s not the
slightest feeliug ou tho part of Hurst'
friends toward lynching him. All 1
. Filled With Buckshot.
Cold Si'itiNd.s, Anic, August 25.
Deputy Sheriff Tur, of Saline County, ar
rived hero this morning bringing Jame
Stubbs, who is wanted in Benton for tho
kll ingof Colonel Siddell recently. Stubbs
was brought to bay near Caddo Gap, and
ha twelve buckshot In his legs by reason
of his resistance
Shot Twenty-Three Times.
Pkxsacola, Tux., August 25. A train
stopped at the drawbridge on tho Pensa
cola & Atlantic Railroad, and finding no
signals to move forward, the conductor
went forward. He found tho watchman
murdered with twenty-three balls In hi
body which laid on tho track.
A Missionary Yacht in Danger.
Sr. Johns, N. F., August 25. Orange
men numbering several hundred attacked
tho Roman Catholic Church yacht at Hen
ley Harbor and threatened tho mission
ary, Father Lynch, with death. They
toro down the papal Hag and tarred tho
Jack Frost in New Jersey.
Trenton, N. J., August 23. A spec
ial from Flemingtou, this morning, states
that thero was quite a heavy frost In tho
center of the State last night. Field
and fences were white early thi morn
ing. Farmer are said to be alarmed,
a it may mean tho destruction of tho
Baltimokk, Md., August 25. A dis
patch from Chicago annouueed that tho
B. & O. Railroad Company ha offered
823,000,000 for a controlling interest In
the Illinois Central. Robert Garrett,
acting Prcsldcut of tho B. & O. Com
pany, says tho report Is entirely un
founded. A New Jersey Shortage.
Nkwark, N. J., August 25.-Experts'
havo just completed an examination of
the Essex County report, made during
tho past twelve years, and havo found a
shortage iu ono of the sinking fund of
nearly $700,000. This I In tho depart
ment known as "The Essex Road Board
Damages For Her Husband.
Mattoo.v, III., August 25. Mrs.
Agnes . Allen has obtained judgment lu
tho Cumberland County Court against
tho Peoria, Decatur & Evansvllle Road for
$3,500, a damages for her hunband's
death. He lost his life In the Greeuup
brldgo accident over a year ago.
Blaise Is Hick.
Bar Harbor, Me., Augnst 25. Blaine,
acting under advice of a physician, will
remain here during the coming week. Ho
Is suffering from a cold and a sore throat,
lie Intended to visit Northern Maine.
P. T. Barn am Si ok.
Nw Yoke August 35. P. T. liar
nil la slofc at. Blot Island, and has
IN THE PASTRY
Tanllla.I.emnn.Oi-nni. at Aa.m, s..tr.
Cremna, Pudding. t-c.,ua dvllcntely and nut-
uruuy loeiruit irom n hlcn (Ut-y uremuile.
FOR STRENGTH AM) TRUE FRUIT
FLAVOR TIIEY STAND ALONE.
Price Baking Powder Co.,
Chicago, III. St. Louia, Mo.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Dr. Frier's Lnpuliii Yeast Gems,
ISe.t Dry Ho,, Yeuat.
FCI1 SALS GROCERS.
WE MAKE DC! OJiS QUALITY.
All Contestants fur tho 2S premiums ae?Hpat
iiiK a' , e amount, ottered ny Hlaekwuira Dur
ham ToLaeeo Co., must observe the following
conditions e.n which tho premiums nro to bo
awarded: All Iuirs must bear our original
Hull iMirlmm label, IT. H. Revenue fitamp, and
Caution Notice. The bacs must be done up
secure!)- in n package with name and address
of sender, and number of bugs contained plain
ly marked on the outside. Chanjes must bo
prepaid. OmU-steUnttKinemhtrUKth. Allpack
ses shouM be forwarded pecember 1st, and
must reneb us at Durham not liter than Dtetm
iVr 1 i,V No matter where you reside, send
your package, advise us by mail that you have
done sn and state the number of hags sent.
Names of successful contestants, with number
of bans returned, will be published, nee . 22. In
ltnston, ll.Tald: New York, ll,mld; Philadel
phia, Tone: Durham, N. C, ToNicro Jtoil;
New Orleans, Timesf-1 'mnmit ; Cincinnati, , tM
quirer; i.'hicuno, ai( Sewt; Sun Francisco,
1!la( kweli.'s Durham Tobacco Co.,
IM'BHAX, N. c.
Fvcry genuine package has picture of Bull.
ag-See our next announcement..
Health and Happiness.
DO AS OTHERS
O&Cntf4 $ HAVE DONE.
Are your Kidneys disordered?
"hiunejr wort iiruugnc in rrom mjr urate, aan
wpr, alter 1 ha j innn Kinup ny u ikjsi uoeiorein
o-.'liw. ' Ai. w, iMVeruux, aiuciutoiu, juiua, auvai
Are vour nerves weak?
"KMiit'T W,nt mri'd inti from nervou weakneM
o.,nrt'-rI wus rrnt 6ietO(ltollv."-slM. M. a. o.
Ugovlwin, t.i CiriJliuii ,1dm i lor Cleveland, O.
Have you Bright's Disease?
"Klilnej-wort cured ma whfn my water waajuat
likt) chalk aud tucn like blood."
Frank Wiluun, Peabody, Muga.
I Suffer in a from Diabetes ?
"Kidney-Wort m the iiicwt uticvesnful reuitdy I nar
eyur uaed. Olves almont ImmeOlnto relief.'1
Pr. Phillip O. Utlluu, Hunk ton, Vt.
Have you Liver Complaint?
"Klilucy-Wort cured mo of chroniu Luvur Dlneanca
aiicr 1 pravea w uie.-'
Deary Ward, lota Col. 9th Xat. Guard, N. T.
Is your Back lame and aching?
ML'll...., ,1 K....lt ...A,t ..... B.h..n I w u u al
laiuu I tiad to loll out ot ld."
Have vou Kidnev Disease?
"Kidm y-Wort made nm aoumtln llvor and kldneya
anor years or umjucoeiwiui noriomiK. ii. wuim
ai0abox."-tjaju'l UoUon, Wllllaiuatown, Wait Va.
Are vou ConstiDated?
'TCIdney-Wort causca eay evaeiuiUona and CTircd
mo after W yeora u.o of other medii'tiiea."
' h'vUon KaucUild, bl. Albans, Vt
FTave vou Malaria?
"Klilney-Wort hiu done better than any other
remedy i nave ever nwn in mj iirai-in-.-.
- Dr. It. K. Clark, Svutli Hero, Vt
Are you Bilious?
"TTJdne r-Wort has done me uioro good than any
othur remody I Iwve ever taken."
Mm. J. T. Ualloway, Elk Flat, Oregon.
Are you tormented with Piles?
"Kidney Wort jwrmaiifiilli etirnt me of bleeding
pile. lr. W. ('. Kline recommended It to me."
Ueo. 11. Homt, Caehicr M. Hank, Myenilown, ra.
Are you Rheumatism racked?
"Kldiii y-Wort cured me, after I Klven up to
die by physician, nnrt I taml .artercd thirty years."
Llurhiga Malcolm, Wert liath, Maine.
If you would Banish Disease
i and sain Health, Take
Thb Blood Cliansir.
Thia porous planter 1
abnolutcly the bat over
niAile, combining the
virtue of hope with
gums, balMm and ex
tract. Ita wer la wonderful In curing dlaoaee where
other plantera almply relieve. Crick In the Back and.
Neck, Pain in the Side or Limb, Still Jolutu and Muwlea,
kidney Trouble, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sora Cheat,
AiriH'tlona of tho Ueart and Liver, and all pain or ache
In any part cured Inrtantly by tho Uop Planter, t JT Try
u. I'ricu w cent or uve for $ lou.
Mailud on receipt of prico. Hold by
all drucKlit and country store.
Hop Platter Company,
I IT for oomtlpation, loea ol apntu and dweawwof th
iowelatnJtn FawleT'a Stomach and UvcrtHN. tseenta,1
Pri0 00 PKR MONTH!
rJV.UU alahy AND COMMISSION
to comoettint bnalnea m mager for thla city (or
Kat-THncV KkltirHJNSlHLK COMPANY, W
Ineaa nract ra If monopoly, rivalling mo itiis
ph?n? IMM CASH Hr'lU'IHEo'for It.OoO
I. uVi.k OUTFIT. STAVLH. WOODS. Nobonda.
IIOJ..VII.J. . , , ... - .....
No r-artlcnJara addrcas, with references.
21 East 1 1-th St., New York City.
Ladies, are you suffering?
"KIdnc y-Wort cured ne of peculiar trouble! of
neterol yeari nCandiinr. Many friendu use and praise
it," lira 1L Laiuoreaui, Uie La Uottu, Vt