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BstakttsacA 1S7. -
Published U Twe Bortoons, every Tue
Uy ud Friday a N Middle 8trwt,Mw
CHARLES L, STEVEN
ditob in FBonmot
Three Month, J r
Twtln MnrAka. $1-00
ONLY IH ADVAHC.
Advertliin rate furnished upon ap
. pUeatlo at the office, of upon inquiry
M-Tha Jormn4L is only on py-ln-Hadvanee
bis. Subicribw; will
scriptloo uA en immediate response to
nOtlOD Wl.l r appro"" "J -
Fntered t the Postoffice, .New Bern
if. G. as second-class matter.
Sectlom Two, Friday Oct. 10, 1908
VICTOR! FOR GREENSBORO
The Greensboro, N. C. Fire Insurance
Companies hare just won a notable vie
torr over the Southeastern Tariff. Asso-
clatton, which Is an attempted monopoly
seeking Insurance organization.
Some months ago the Southeastern
gave notice to insurers that their fire
rates would be advanced 26 per cent, at
the same time seeking for the coopers
tion of the Greensboro Companies.
These companies refused to join In
this forced Insurance rate advance, say
Ing there wss nothing to warrant mak
lng the additional tax upon the lnsurer-
The Southeastern then began a petty
warfare upon the Greensboro companies
attempting to buy up or drive out Its
agents and thus get them out of the busi
But the Greensboro companies not
only kept In business but backed up at
home, secured so much new business, as
to threaten the Southeastern's business,
In fact has greatly reduced It.
The ead has come, and the Southeast
ern has been forced to take off Its extra
tax of 26 per cent, In fact;the Southeast
rn Is now In the cut rate business, as
dt has besides the 26 per cent, taken off
10 per cent, thus proving the falsity of
Its previous contention, when It ad.
vanced the rate 25 per cent, that the ad
Vance was necessary to protect It against
It was only an attempt st extortion,
because It thought Itself strong enough
to carry Its point, and no insurer should
be deceived by this cut Into giving up
the Greensboro companies, which have
tood for the Insurer against the South
astern Trust Association.
The victory belongs to the Greensboro
Fire Insurance Companies, and the bus-
' lness, all that is possible, should be
THE WEEK OF THE ELKS.
Today closes the Elks Carnival '.which
has held the attention and time of this
community during the past week.
It may not be called a great affair, this
Carnival, a too strict analysis ',is not de
manded to prove Its value, but it has
made a welcome break to those people
Who have not been away during the
summer months, and whose amusements
and good times depend upon what is
brought to their doors.
It la not expected that the Elks Carni
val , would come under criticism, as
might the "passing show" of one night.
Its chief .value may be said to be Its
. merit ss a fun producer, to those who
"daily gather upon the' Midway, o greet
,frlends and take part, hi, ,the .confetti
throwing, the merry-go-around, or see
, nek freaks as were on exhibition.
It is , these diversions, such ss the
Carnival just closing, gave, that go to
make up the existence of a community,
to give its people some change from he
monotony of the every day kind of, work
and to bring Into action the fan enjoy
ing part of human nature. ";f? $ f
Those who have .visited .the Carnival
and taken part in lU .lgl)tiand festivi
ties, beet know of the" benefits enjoyed,
, while those who failed to visit the Par
( javal, to walk JU nJdway, see the shows
Which might have pleased, and did not
jMtfer into the fun of the confetti thtow
" ;taf bate; mfcejed a ood time. j
v The Carnival parses, but the remem
brances of lis vailotts attractions .wlll
remain to be talked oyer byyougand
7i .ddUIt iM'JrviedJt'jjupop;,aian
- - Innocent mirth producer. ,:. . ....
1 ' ..-.v?','? f
.jjtJISB AND' WORK' NECESi I
'Short road to an education, a two
, yeais college coarse equal to, other oal
. kcs' four yean oourse, and similar a
nouncpmonU may be found Innowepa
rsfs and periodicals, eiverilaing In the
f : t of JacsMon. '
i c - " -'ta I .:.:ar,s
wUcfc can shorten school or college
course, bat then is bo ssjy road to a
good education, forth attainment of
sack aa edaeatloa can only be acquired
by perseverance, time and effort 'oa the
part of th applicant
QTh educational movement begun la
this Bute, the seemingly great appro
priations for on year, might appear to
son persons as sufficient to not only
start, but also prove enough, so that
farther large appropriations would be
Bat each is far from the case. The
work already begun, the appropriations
made and money spent from these ap
propriations, are but the precursors, if
Horth Carolina Is to be taken out of the
list of Illiterate States, If real illiteracy
Is to he eradicated.
There are no short outs, by which
Illiteracy can be removed. It Is a work
and a great one, one in which the parent
can bear a most importsnt part, in fact
without the hearty and continuous co
operation of the parent with the teacher,
the latter cannot successfully cope with
It Is the need of patience and persever
ance, not only on the part of the parent
and teacher, but on the part of the tax
payer, and every friend of education,
which are so essential to the work of
educstlon and Its successful progress in
It la no easy road for any of those rn
gaged In this educational work, but it is
a work, which demands keeping up even
more than all other work, for through it
must come the better civilization, the
higher morals of a people, the knowledge
of right from wrong, of good from evil,
which can only come through the educa
tion of the youth of the State.
There Is no time, effort or money ex'
pended In this educational work, but
which will bring great results and re
wards, If faithfully continued to the end,
to the time when the stain of illiteracy
has been thoroughly and forever re
State of Onio, City of Tolkdo I
Lucas County. 1
Frank J. Cheney, makes oath that h
is senior partner of the firm of F. J
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo, County and State afore
said, and that said firm will pay the sum
of ONE HUNDKED DOLLARS for each
and every case of Catarkh that cannot
be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh
; .FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A. D. 1886.
. , A. W. GLASON,
j seal. I INotary Public,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally
and acts directly on the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the 'system. Send for
F. J. CHENEYJ& CO., Toledo. O.
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Fills are the best,1
' Cede West Indies.
Cepenhagen, Oct. 8. Foreign Minis
ter Deuntzer submitted a bill at Lands
thing today ratifying the cession of the
Danish West Indies to the United States
and urging a speedy settlement of the
Bttritk -Thl Kind Yn Haw Wwayj
No Loss of Life.
Bausmont. Tex. Oct 8. Reports of
loss of life In the oil field are found to be
The Best Prescription for Malaria.
Chills and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It Is simply
Iron and quinine in a tasteless form. No
cure no pay. Price 60c.
Glass Plant Burned.
ChlcagoJlL, Oct. 8. The two-story
brick building occupied by the Pittsburg
Plate ftlaaa Company was burned today.
The loss U 1250,000.
Take a bath in Hancock's Liquid Bui.
phur. ' They are superior to those of the
most celebrated Sulphur Springs, having
the additional Advantage of being made
any desired strength. They will cure
PrlcWy Jeat,:Ecxema, and all skin dis-
For sale by F. 8. Duffy.'
- 4 Bflj Sentenced to Han?.
Bt. John, N. F., Oct 8 Frank Higglns
sixteen years old, convicted of shooting
a boy , comrade,' William Doherty, of
burglary and other crimes has been sent
enced to hang December 18.
Out of Death's Jaws, v
' "When death, seemed very near from a
severe stomaclvsnd liver trouble, tha 1
had suffered with - for years," writes P.
Muse, Durham, N. C "Dr. King's New
Life rills saved my life and gave perfect
health." .Best pills on earth and only 25c
at CDBradham's drug store. -Coal
Advances in London.
London, Oct. 8. The London Coul ex
change today advanced household coal a
shilling a ton. Coke also, advanced a
shilling a dozen sacks.
. Prickly, healourod Ib one. application
by using of. Hancock's Liquid Sulphur.
It. will also curelEczema, Fetter, Pimp
les, Ringworm, Lmndruff, Cuts, Burns,
Old Sores, . and all skin troubles in a
tiort time, when used ss directed. , For
r's st F. P. Duffy's Drug Btoie, ,
Tow &. 23U&. baa been purchased
by George Urban. Jr, a lioffato road
Little Boy's wmdpuffs are bothering
Mm again, and be may not be started
That much discussed pacer, Elder
one, 2.0W4. -has been laid up because
DarleL 2:05Vi. and Conner. 2.-03. re
eently failed to beat the pole pacing
record at Srrarnne.
Nov. 17 to 22 are the dates selected
for the national horse show at Madi
son Square Garden, New Tort
The Beachcr. 2:17. that was In
jured at Dover. N. H, will not be
ready to start again this season.
Anna dam of Dolly Bldweu.
2:0Stt. has a fool by Allerton. 2.W4.
and bas agaiu been bred to that horse.
Klondyke. 258, now racing In the
west, wna sired by Da mo, dam Esthe
rs, by Alroont Lightning, and was bred
by Henry a Jewett at Cheney. Kan.
The La wson people a year ago turned
down six-year-old Dulce Cor, 2:08& as
ber legs were under suspicion. She
now holds the world's record for green
To be relieved from a torturing dis
ease after 40 years' torture might well
cause the gratitude, of anyone. That Is
what DeWttt's Witch Hszel Salve did
for C. Haney, Geneva, O. He says:
"DeWltt's Witch Oszel Salve cured me
of piles after I had suffered 40 years."
Cures cuts, burns, wounds, skin dis
eases. Beware of counterfeits. F. S.
"Yes," buUI the soprano lu the cbolr
loft, "religion Is absolutely free and
"And yet." grumbled the basso pro
fundo, "It Is considered quite the thing
to mnfce n cloak of that cheap mate
rial." Rnltiuiore News.
Claru Dldu't you tlnd Charlie Cas
tk'tou too frrsli?
Maud-1 should say so. 1 didn't mind
Ms kissing me, but I thought it was too
much when he asked me to be his wife.
America's Famous Beauties
Look with horror on Skin Eruptions,
Blotches, Sores, Pimples. They don't
have them, nor will any one, who uses
Bucklen's Arnica 8alve. It glorifies the
face. Eczema or Salt Rheum vanish be
fore it. It cures sore lips, chapped hands
chilblains. Infallible for Plies. 25c at C.
1), Brao'htm's drug
First Snow of the Season.
Merrills, N. Y., Oct. 8.-The firrt
snowstorm of the season In this part of
the Adirondacks occurred this morning.
The mountain tops are covered with
Goes Like Hot Cakes.
"The fastest selling article I have in
my store," writes druggist C. T. Smith,
of Davis, Ky. "is Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption. Coughs and
Colds, because It always cures. In my
six years of sales it has never failed. 1
have known it to save sufferers from
Throat and Lung diseases, who could
get no help from doctors or any other
remedy." Mothers rely on It, best phy
sicians prescribe It, and C. D. Bradham
guarantees satisfaction or refund price.
Trial bottles free. Reg. sizes, 50c and
Will Keep up Strike.
Wilkesbarre, Oct. 8. The statement
Is issued from headquarters this after
noon which says that a fifth of the
unions have voted to keep up the
The Worst Form. ,
Multitudes are singing the praises of
Kodol, the new discovery which Is mak
ing so many sick people well and weak
people strong by digesting what they
eat, by cleansing and sweetening the
stomach and by transforming their food
into the kind of pure, rich blood that
makes you feel good all over. Mrs.
Cranflll, of Troy, I. T., writes: "For a
number of years I was troubled with in
digestion and dyspepsia which grew
Into the worst form. Finally I was in
duced to use Kodol and after using four
bottles I am entirely cured. I heartily
recommend Kodol to all sufferers from
Indigestion and dyspepsia. Take a dove
after meals. It digests what you eat . F.
S. Duffy. -
Refuses to Tell Who Shot Elm.
Winsted, Conn., Oot. 8. Suffering in
tense pain due to having received a full
charge of shot in the left thigh, Dr,
Stockwell, a leading physician of New
Marlboro, refuses to divulge the name of
his companion . who accidentally shot
him. .,- z, . ). ' ' , '
Bsaistkm : W i HlW HIW Bwflt
Ten-Tear-Old Acquitted of Murder.
Scranton, Pa., Oct.0. Stephen Chick
ore aged ten, who was placed on trial
in the Quarter Sessions Court, charged
with the murder of Mamie Kubulis, also
aged teg, in a playmates quarrel at Win
ton, wss by direction of Judge Ferris,
found not guilty,'- ' a.
Jews Stone Ijred Millionaire
Bt. Petersburg. Oct. 9. Word has been
received here of the brutal murder of
Octogenarian millionaire, named Kollis
sher at Starokonstantlnoft for breaking
the Jewish Sabbath lsws. -, lf (, ;
Look Out For , FeTer. : ;
Biliousness and liver disorders at this
season may be prevented by cleansing
the system with .DeWltt's Little Early
Risers. Those (famous little pilli do not
gripe,, They move the bowels gently,
but eopiously, and by reason of the ton
lo properties, give tone and strength to
thd glands. ... F. 8, Duffy. . , V
Reduction in number ot State Con-
Big Dcataad for Weed. Tramst K al
ias; Tkeir Appearances. Winter
Tourists Beginning to Come
Senth. Raleigh Sills are -; ,
Is Cottea Mill
Ralbiod, Oct. 10. The number of
Bute convicts Is 830, a falllag off ta
numbers of 644 In twenty year. In the
penitentiary there are only 90, none of
whom can be sent away to work
on the farm or on railways. Good pro
gress is being in harvesting the crops st
the farm and 300 bales of cotton are al
ready ginned and packed.
Another set of campaign appoint
ments has been made for Governor Ay
cock and he will not return here until
the 26th Instant. On the 27th he will
open the State Fair.
The demand for wood here Is far
greater than In many years. Prices
have not as yet risen, oak being $2.60
and pine f 1.75 to $3 a cord. The street
railway Is using wood for fuel.
The advance guard of tramps has ar
rived here. One of these pilgrims says
that the number coming South will be
large, and that tney will go as. far to
wards the Gulf of Mexico as they can,
in order to dodge the cold weather.
It is also learned that more tourists
than usual will come South for 'the win
ter. Moore county will hare several
thousand of these winter vlslt'oro. They
are making that county rich, aad in a
few years It will be one of the richest in
the State. Another great hotel Is to be
The president of a railway of a hun
dred miles length, which has done an
immense business in lumber, says that
so great is the cutting of timber that he
will have next year. to look for other
linos of business. Not long sgo there
were over 25 saw mills on his road. This
year his timber haul has not been half
as large as It was last year. Miles of
forest have been literally destroyed.'
The Stale Superintendent today sent
a warrant to Scotland county for five
rural school llbrarlee; the first estab
lished in that county.
Cotton mill men here are Interested in
the news that 70 mills have gone Into
the II. E. Fries combination or merger.
Two Raleigh mills are in it.
M aiti.and, Fi.a, October 10th, 1901
The Uancock Liquid Sulphur Co,,. Balti
Gentlemen: I have had Eczema over
thirty years, have tried many remedies
prescribed by various physicians, but to
nothing has the disease yielded so read
ily as to Liquid Sui.rnuit. I think lf
used properly It is undoubtedly a speci
fic for Eczema. I have prescribed it for
others with most satisfactory results. I
consider it the best remedy for cuta
neous affections I have ever known, and
regard It as the greatest medical discov
ery oi the age.
W. A. HEARD, M.'D.
For sale at F. S. Duffy's.
Both Were Killed.
Washington, Oct. 9. Willlsm Dough
erty, a book-binder the Government
printing office, as the outgrowth of a
lover's quarrel, slot and killed his sweet
heart, Miss Amelia Fisher, and then com
His Life In Peril.
"I just seemed to bave gone all to
pieces," writes Alfred Bee, of Welfare,
Tex., "biliousness and a lame back had
made life a burden. I couldn't eat or
sleep and felt almost too worn out to
woik when I began to use Electric Bit
ters, but that worked wonders. Now I
sleep like a top, can eat anything, have
gained In strength and enjoy hard work'
They give vigorous health and new life
to weak, sickly, run-down people. Try
them. Only 50c st C D Bradham's drug
, Consuls- lExchange.
Waahineton. Oct. 8. Consul General
Bragg, st Havana, was today transferred
to Hong Kong. This Is sn excheuge of
posts with Consul General Rublee.
Scalded to Death. ' , ,
Bridgeton, N. J., Oct. 9 While sol
dering canned lima b?sns In a Norwich
canning factory, Joseph Blossom fell
headlong In a vat and was scalded to
death. 1 : t...' . .
.Mothers regard approacning winter
with uneasiness, children taae cold so
easily. No disease costs more little
lives than croup. It's attack Is so sud
den that tbe sufferer is often beyond hu
man aid before the doctor arrives. Bach
cases yield readily to One Minute Cough
Cure. Liquifies the mucus, allays in
flammation, removes danger. . Absolute
ly safe. Acts Immediately. Cures
coughs, colds, grip, bronchitis, all throat
and long trouble. ' F. 8. McMahon,
Hampton, Os: "A bad cold rendered me
voiceless just before en oratorical eon
test. I Intended to withdraw ; but took
One Minute Cough Cure. It restored
my voice In time to win the medal." ' T.
8. Duffy. ' . A-'-M ' " '
'; - ': L ' i sssBatsasjajsBiii i sii n f.- j,.
- Victini of Error. J
Cleveland, Oct. 9. Frank Buetiner,
who was operated op under the belief
that he had swallowed his false teeth
while asleep Tuesday night,' but which
were found under the bed after, the Oper
ation, died this morning'.' " 1 t
v -, iitataT4TBJSJBaBWs " ' f '
r - t '
Use Hancock's Liquid Sulphur, for
Eczema, Pimples, Ringworm, Dandruff!
smllsll.skln.dieeases. For .sale.et.F. P.
Duffy's. ;;si .:, ;iif,,r V-
TO FORCE OPERATORS ' '
ToSBirea&er an End Strike or lave
;'JUbc$ Sdzed. -': '.'
Special to Journal. " '
New You, Oct, 10.-Th Interest in
the coal strike centered here today. -
Republicans kwden ot Mew York and
Pennsylvania k are trying to . force the
operators to surrender and end the strike
pthenrbte they an told the legislature ot
Pennsyivaala. wQl say tee Stat most
seize and operate the mines.
Plersoat Morgan , was at Us confer-
The operators ask Governor Stone to
call for Federal troops, and also ask for
Shaw Will Not Resign.
Washington, Oct. The report from
Boston that Secretary Shaw Intends to
retire from (he cabinet was vigorously
denied at the Treasury this morning.
English Buying Land1
Concord, N. a, Oct 9. The biggest
land deal that has ever been made In
this section was made public today,
when It became known that aa English
syndicate had purchased 600 acres of
mining land IS miles south of this
i- Roosevelt Steadily Better.
Washington, Oct. 9. The President s
outing yesterday was so beneficial that
his physicians gave permission for lis
Joy Killed Old Democrat
Stamford, Conn., Oct. 9. Excitement
occasioned by the unlooked-for Demo
cratic victory in the town election here
yesterday is believed to bave caused the
death of Jeremiah Maher, a well-known
citizen of the town.
kflse Nina Krog Is the Susan B. An
thony of Norway. She started the first
woman's suffrage agitation there eight
een years ago.
Mrs. Mark Guy Pearse, wife of the
noted English pulpit orator, Ib ono of
the most faithful workers in the cause
of. charity in all England.
Grace George has one of the most
valuable private libraries in New York,
her bookshelves bearing hundreds of
old plays and many rare first editions.
The dowager Duchess of Abercorn
now has 140 descendants living name
ly, ten chllten (five sons and five '
daughters), fifty-nine grandchildren
and seventy -one great-grandchildren.
Mrs. Alice Braunworth Halsted is an
enterprising pharmacist in Muscatine,
la. She graduated from the Cincinnati
school of pharmacy and is an expert
In the drug business,
According to La Tie Illustree, the
Inst surviving witness ot the battle of
Waterloo Is Mine. Marie Theresa Du
puis. now living at Chapelle lei Her
lulmony, near Charlerol
Miss Helen M. Gould bas added to
the long list of her benefactions a gift
of $40,000 to Mount Hoiyoke college.
The money will be used to endow a
chair ot Biblical literature la memory
of Miss Gould's mother.
The Marchioness of Londonderry has
brains as well! as beauty. She Is a
clever talker, has written several able
articles tor reviews and magazines and
has a considerable talent for organiza
tion. Boating and yachting are ber fa
Mrs. Edmund Rice, wife of the colo
nel of the Twenty-sixth regiment
United States volunteers, In tbe Philip
pines, has put In a claim at the war
department for $1,000,000 a -royalty
on a device for rolling up and carry
lng shelter tents used by the army
lace the civil war..
This Is not a, gentle, word but when
you think how liable you are not to pur
chase for 75c the only remedy unlvenally
known and a remedy that has had the
largest sale of any medicine In the world
since 1868 for the cure and treatment ot
Consumption and Throat and Lusk tror,
bles without losing Its treat popularity a'd
these years, you will be thankful we cell
ed your attention toBosohee's Genr.an
Syrup. There are so many ordinary oough
remedies made by; druggists and others
that are cheap and good for light oalds
perhaps, but for severe Coughs, Bronchi
tis, Croup and especially for Consump
tion, where there is difficult ezpectora
tion apd coughing during . the , nights
and mornings, there is nothing like Ger
man Syrup. Bold by all,, druggists In the
, Q. O. Gbxih, Woodbury, N. J.
Tlte Kaceaaltr of MyateFy. - li'
To be coutent in utter darkness out
Ignorance ,, la , Indeed unmanly, iap4
therefore we think 4bat to love; light
and find knowledge must be alwayf
right Yet . (as in all matters befor
observed wherever , pride has any
share in the work jeyen knowledge anal
Bght may be ill pursued. J Knowledge
is good and light is good, yet tnsua
pertahedi In seeking , knowledge and
the moths perish In aeckUit Ught an4
If we who are crushed betarei the
moth .will not accept such mystery ss
Is peedful to, us we shall perish 1st Bite
manner. '' Rone but the proud will
mourn over this, for we may always
know- mow If w choose by working
on, but thipleosure K I tWnav e
humble people in knowing that tha
Journey Is endless, the treasure tnex
haustible.'Tmpa ,o .Architecture,
Buskin., '.... . . ..I .
TOO KKOVf WHAT , TOO AWS.TAXBTO
VVhen you take GroT' Tasteless Cha
Tonic, becsuse, the formula la plainly
printed on every bottle showing' that, U
Js simply Iroavand quinine in a tsstelsss
onn." i:p cure nor j.lT.zt t.J,
IT IlJ V. iLLl Ul lBMTsBtoa(laikaUraUof vmtara4
With thfrgarsbjoer throat ofgai will quickly car a Bore Taroa,
I' GOiswa :
jY ' fact alvaya freeh
For Cuts, Mashes
1 need only to apply (
ffyexican ftfystang iniment . i j
-1 a few times aad the soreness and Inflammation will
1' to conquered and the wounded flesh healed.
To gctthebestresultayon should saturate a piece '
! of soft cloth with the liniment and bind it upon the
wound as you would a pouKlce.
' ' aScCOo. and 1.00 a bottle.
KEEP AN EYE ON K1
diseases among your fowls use ttesloaa Atu
a.UM BOSS WiT.WVU
Costs Only 25 cents
30r suU IS ewts to C.
Touiocb, Ala.. Jul. ML 187S.-D. a J. Stomrr-SIi
nrpninMwith rwuoaUmt medMna, TBKTHINA. Oar UIU trt, )ut lairuaa nuxttto old, ka baa
Iraptl toMbinc. Starr mmd waa cihauud la la laap of pnacrlptlou froa famll, parilctaai. Her bowU
cdntiaoMl to tiaai off pur blood and bnmlac few ooaUaaad (or trnj at a Una. Bar Ul wai alauMt daipalrad of.
Hxr mother determined to Irj TKKTHIN A, and In a da, or two then wu a (real ebanf uw Ufa had ntaraad
Iha boaala vera refular, and thanka to TKKTHIN A, tha Uttl baaa la now doiac welU
Youn. ale, D. w. MclVKH. Bdltor aad rroprlalDr Tajkafaa (Ala.) Maws.
J. A. JONES,
-LARGEST AND FIN8ET STOOKJOF- .. -
ever offend for sale in thin city,' A car liwd of each just in.
, Alao a complete lino of Buggies, JWagonp, Humeas, Kobec, Whips,
Oart Wheels, Ac, '
.1 A JOXEN, Jiroatl St. tSlfewart'g Old Stand.
THE PRICE TELLS I
Some recent sales at the Farmers Warehouse (Up-town)
your good tobacco and we will please you
, 78 lbs $16.0a
i 86 lbs $16.50.
81 lbs $18.50.
, 40 lbs (319.75. .
888 lbs O $22X0. "J Vs
70 lbs $20.60. '
" 46 lbs $14.85.
29 lbs $17.15.
67 lbs $36 0; ; "
lbs $19.00. - '
4 ' ; j. n. irocK.
i ftr, ih ta i7.sa
lbs $15.00. "
' orw iha am ftn."-
6 lbs Q $16.00. ' ;
t 44 lbs $17.00. trti ..
,,;S8 lbs $85.00.5
rt4ibs $ioj;o. J f wx-
: :a:u howard, Manager, -,
C;:H.rRICHlIOin), ' Parmew Warehouse.
WEARE WTTED UP
To FILL ORDERS for Stoves
A .full stock of Wood Heatera, Wilifoa Heaters, and, both are per
iect rith faontieed;dootrf You r7ill find on our floor the kind you
wftht. We w our itook oyer
"before pJaclDyour osi'T,'''::'-'. '.'
.... Wa carry good stock of Sash, "Doors, Blind, Wme, Cement, Plas
ter, anything yon'may vrant i4 Uuilders Material. , ,
J ;SpecialalfJackBiveBliwking. .
l Beflrit-Castors. f , . " " ' " r J
Qaskill-'' Hardware Co.
In your memory:
and all Open Sores, yon
at Out var first lira of
Legi, Bnmbkroot or other
; th Bowl Troubles ef
Aids Digestion, R,eguUts
tM Bowels, MrcngtMns
the Child and Makes -
J. MOFFuTT, M. D. 8T. LOUIS. MO.
Itaar Sir i Jubm Id n Sinwli dial I haald jam
GABKINS sud BUVAN.
100 Ib. $10.75.
19 lbs $32.60.
51 lbs $182
21 lbs $65.00.
f O. CI POCK
174 lbs $15.00.
145 lbs $17.60. '
87 lbs $10.60 i
J20 lbs $14.25. . '
MRS. MOLL1E C. 1POCK.
15 lbs $70.00.
172 lbs $12.00.
641bs$3a0O. - .
17 lbs $26.00. .
7 lbs $30.(0. i
' o.E.' GABKINS. "
88 Hi $10.50. '
41 lbs $15.60.
23 lbs $17.00.
21 lbs $28.00. '
48 lbs $20.00.