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CAIRO, ILL., SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 188k
WM. M. DAY1DB0N,
STOVES, -:- EANGES, -:- TIB,
Japannod Uorlin and Agato "Ware,
Bird Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers
Agent for Adams & Wostlako Oil.- Oasolino ami Gaa Ktovcs, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking Cultivators,
torn Shelters, Planters, Ktc, Etc.
Nos. 27 & 33, cTo.'h,
Paints, - Oils, - Varnishes,
'Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, &c.
MAKE A SPEC! ALT Y OF
Mouldings, Picture Frames, CA1IM) ILL-
7 7 Telephone No 103
Engravings and Wall Papers.
Commercia Job Printer.
OFFICE: No. 78 Ohio Levee, CATRO, ILLS.
CAIRO CITY LIVERY, FEED and
Commercial At-, bet. 8th & 9th Sts.
Good Turnout at Reasonable Rates.
Horsea boarded and well oared
TELEPHONE NO. 133.
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
- (Successor to Chas. T. Newland and
H. T. Gerould.)
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave , bet. Tenth and Ele
OAlliO, : : : ILL..
Drive Well Force And Lift Pomps famished and
put up. Agent for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP',
the best pump ever Invented. New Gas Fixtures
furnished to order. O'.A fixtures repaired and
tar-Jobbing promptly attended to. 319 tf
0. W. HENDERSON,
No. 19-1 Commercial Ave.,
Sole Agent foi the Celebrated
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
Builders' Hardware and Carpenters' Toolr.Tao'e
and Pocket ontl'-ry, hoot in the market. Rimers
Bros.' Plated Knives, Forks aim Sooons, Urmnte
Iron Ware. Berlin Earthenware. White Mountain
Frcesers, Water Coolers, Hnfri,roraton, Clothes
Wringers, Crown Fluter. 8t.u Ladders, Gardon
Implements, Golden HtarOil Stoves-be.t In the
world, Lamps of everv description. Elain Oil,
Carpet Sweepers, F athcr Dusters, Brooms, W In
dow Screen Wlro Clolb, Full supply ot Fishing
The above roc bottom price".
Corner 12th and Commercial Avenne, Cairo, 111.
. Telephone No. 13.
"EW YORK STORE,
" WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLDVERY CLOSK
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor, Nineteenth street I
Commercial Avenne r
Clarkson & Bowers,
No. 30 8th St.. Cairo, III.
ETtaood Itock ana PrtcM Seasonable, jg$
CLARK & LOYETT,
IGG & 138 Cora'l Ave.
lave receive 1 a full and complete lino
ol new KJland Wliitcr
Cloaks, Dolmans, Notions, Etc.
A taevy stock of Body Brusi-els, Taper
tries and Ingrain
A full stock of Oil Cloths, all sines and prices
Closing & Gents1 Furnish'g Goorfs
A full and complete stock Is now boing
closed ont at groat bargains.
Onod nt Bottom Prices!
IAS. R. SMITH. I (IB BUT A. WITH.
Grand Central Store.
CM LKO. - - ILL.
Silver-plated -:- Ware
of every description.
Sltur1Sk.i May 24th.
At Tuber liro's oi l stand, 128 Commercial Ave.
tVTheeo goods wl 1 be sold positively without
reserve. TilOS. WINTKK, Autlon or.
W. 8TRATTON, Cairo. T. Blftl). Missouri
8TUATT0N & B1KD,
No. D7 Ohio Levoe, Cairo, I'l.
(V Agents Ametlcan Powder Co.
Deliyered at CAIRO, 111.,
at the FOLLOWING PRICES:
Ft. bottom. Ft. stave. Capacity gals. Price.
6 x 8 1450 $24.00
6 x 9 1630 28.00
7 x 8 2000 32.00
7 x 9 2250 3G.00
7 x 10 2500 40.00
. These tanks are made of CLEAR CTPRR8S, y
llri'."-.thi,t' cnioly hooped and are WATKH
TIGHT. They are
Shipped whole and are well braced
to provent their bring rucked or broken In hand
ling. Estimates furnished for
Tanks of any Rise.
A. RIGG8 As BROS.,
247 Delord St., New Orleans, La.
The Daily Bulletin.
A TREACHEROUS FRIEND
And a Fnithloea Wifo Destroy tho
Homo of Monroo
Oauglit in a Position WLioh Justified the
Deed, Both Pay the Penalty
of Their Sin,
Dy Meeting Dcaih at tho HanJs of the
Man They Had Wionged A
Colvmwa, li t.., May 17. A terrible
tragedy occurred at tho reslilenco of Moil
roeGray, teii miles southeast of this place,
at ulno yesterday morning, which
lias plunged two families luto deep
mourning. An erring wifo and an uu
principled husband have been hurried to
Mouroo liray, with hU wifo uiul two
children, n girl of ten and a boy of twelvo
lived on u farm which ho rented from
Win. Ditch, a wealthy farmer who
lived on tho eastern outskirts of tho
village. Until a few months ugo Gray
lived In this town. Ills eyes
had been diseased and ho hud used up
nearly all of his money- hi having them
treuted in Kast St. Louis, lie llnally de
cided to go to fanning again and as ho
had little or no money ho applied to Ditch,
who advanced him funds and let him go
on the farm where the trugedy occurred.
Thursday Gray drovo to Ditch's house
and asked him to go with him to his
(Gray's) farm to seo about repairing a
dike a few miles to tho east. Ditch ac
companied Gray back to his homo aud re
mained there all night. It was arranged
that yesterday morning they should go over
to the house of a contractor named Axley,
a few miles east of Gray's, to engage him
to do some work.
About eight o'clock Gray went out to
his barn to hitch up his team and left
Ditch sitting with Mrs. Gray lu tho sitting-room
of the small three-room house.
Gray had been in tho ham but a Khort
time, when, In reaching up to take down
some harness, somu timothy socd fell lit
one of his eyes, lie placed his hand over
tho optic and started back to tho houso
to have his wifo get the seed ont. As ho
opened the sitting-room door ho saw that
tho room was empty, and Instantly his
suspicious were aroused. He had heard
that Ditch had heen lu questionable rela
tions with tho wives of other men, but
never suspected that his home circlo
would bo invaded.
lie stealthily entered tho room, crossed
It to tho east side, pushed open tho door
of his wife's bedroom and there witnessed
a sight that aroused all his manhood to
the highest pitch. lie closed tho door of
the bed-room und crossod to tho west side
of the sitting-room to a stand, In tho
drawer of which were two largo navy re
volvers. As he grasped tho weapons tho
door of the bed-room opened, aud Ditch
appeared. The latter immediately grasped
a chair with which to defend himself, und
as he did so Airs. Gray also cume out and
begged her husband not to shoot.
Gray, however, took deliberate aim
with one of tho weapons and fired two
shots, both of which took effect In tho
body of Ditch. As tho latter lell to tho
Moor Mrs. Gray again appealed to her
husband to spurc her life, but ho refused
to listen to her. He llred and the ball
from the largo 44-callbre weapon passed
through her abdomen and she fell by tho
side of her paramour. The first bullet
tired at Ditch entered his right sklo just
below tho uipplc, and tho secoud passed
through his ubdomen.
Gray left his wifo and Ditch lying on
tho floor dying, and started with his two
children to the house of a neighbor, to
whom ho told the details of the tragedy.
When ho returned an hour later, both vic
tims were lying dead In almost the same
position lu which Gray had left them.
Then the news of the affair sprend over
tho country like wildfire and before noon
tho little cottage was filled with farmers,
and In the yard outside stood little knots
of people discussing In subdued tones
the details of the horrible drama that hail
Mrs. Ditch, tho wife of tho murdered
man, was Informed by a messenger of the
death of her husband, and not being ad
vised of the particulars visited the house
of Gray, where a most touching scene
was enacted. No one had told her of the
cause of the shooting; she had simply
been told that Gray had shot her hus
band; but when she reached the houso
the nature of tho tragedy dawned upon
her and she burst luto a violent fit of
weeping. She embraced the body of her
husband and seemed to have forgotten
everything but that ho had been ruthless
ly taken from her, and to have forgiven
him for his Infidelity to her. Friends
took her away and soon after she accom
panied the dead body of her husband back
to their now desolate homo In the vil
lage. The Coroner was not in the county and
Ills Deputy held an Inquest, which was
rather an Impromptu affair and developed
nothing beyond what has been given
above. Ho decided to require Gray
to give bond In 81,000 for his appear
ance before the Grand Jury, but this
did not seem to be necessary as
Gray showed no inclination to
make his escape, He seems to
feel fully the nature of .his act
and displays no grief over It. He acts as
If ho was conviuced that he had dealt
justly with those who had so deeply
wronged him. He Is willing to tako all
the legitimate consequences, and will
stay here until wanted,
Sheriff Wilson went down to Gray's
farm as soon as ho was notified, but did
not offer to make an arrest, as ho felt
confident titat Gray would not attempt to
leave tho country.
No Women Need Apply.
Philadelphia, Pa., May 17. The con
ference was presided over this morning
by Bishop J. F. Hunt. Tho devotions
wero led by Kcv. I. II. Chaffee, of Minne
sota. Tho Committee on Slato of tho Church
yesterday elected Governor Paulson
Chairman, In place of Bishop Fowler.
The Committee on Episcopacy recom
mended that a missionary Bishop bo
sleeted for Africa, and designated the fol
lowing places for. Episcopal residences i
Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Wash
ington, Cincinnati, Chicago, St. LouIb,
Baa Francisco, Minneapolis, Atlanta.
Chattanooga and Mew Orleans.
Tho debate on tho question of licensing
women to preach was resumed, Drs. Curry
and llallleld declaring It Inexpedient to
license at tills tliuo. Kev. H. J. Ives, of
New York, offered a substitute allowlug
women to preach under tho direction of
the titiarteily Conference. Mr, Foster,
of Michigan, moved the previous ques
tion. Dr. J. M. Huekly closed tho dubute
In favor of tho report. TJio substitute
was lost by a vote of I1!0 to Tho
report of thocoimnlUeo was then adoptetl.
An effort was made to reconsider tho
vole, but without success.
WAl.t UlClt ACCJl'lTTKIl.
The Verdtot a Surprise aud Moat Dlt-
IIii.i.mioiio, 1 1.1,., May 17. Not slnco
the llond trial havo tho people ot Mont
gomery County been treated to such a
surprise as was this morning given
them by the verdict of tho jury lu tho
Walcher murder case. Tho evldenco
closed at ten o'clock yesterday morn
ing, and the argument of counsel con
sumed tho tlnio from that up to nine
last night. Governor Palmer did not
make as strong a plea 011 behalf of tho
defense as was expected, and it was
thought ho had but little confidence
In tho ease. Tho most sanguine
of the prisoner's friends did
not even dare to think that lie
would get less than a live years'
sentence, aud an acquittal
was hardly hinted at except occasionally
by some sarcastic individual who would
remark that no onu could be convicted
by a Montgomery County jury. The
greatest astonishment was thercforo cre
ated when shortly after twelvo last night
the jury brought lu a verdict of acquittal.
On the ilrst ballot the jury stood eight
for conviction and four for acquittal, but
at the end of five ballots tho eight wcro
broticht over. Tho verdict is denounced
on all sides ami trouble Is feared.
Crushed by a Wagon Wheel.
Shim.hyvii.i.e, Im.., May 17. Johnnie
Strolil, tho four-year-old son of Jacob
Slrohl, a fanner living twelvo miles
south, while riding on a load of wood,
feel between tho traces to tho ground,
ltefore he could bo rescued from his
perilous position, 0110 of tho wheels
passed over his head, crushing It In
a terrible manner, and causing Instant
ItunMoitii, Mi., May 17.. On Wcdnes
;lny ltlnuchu Gray, a well-connected
young Judy, camo hero to procuro a
situation us governess, tin employment
agency secured her a position, and di
rected her to the plaeo. She lost her
way, and seeking Information of two
strange men was enticed Into a hotel
and brutally assaulted. Her cries
brought tho assistance of John Der
laney. One of tho men was captured,
aud the other escaped, Derlaney con
fessed. His accomplice was Henry
McFat'land of Philadelphia. McFarland
was caught hero last night. Tho of
fchso is a capital crime In this State,
and their guilt being assured the prison
ers are held for trial without imll.
Tho Stadt Theater In Vienna was de
stroyed by llro.
Efforts are making to communicate
with General Gordon by other routes than
It has been unanimously resolved by
the Conservative peers to reject tho
Bismarck's successor as President of
tho Cabinet will bo lloettlcher, Prussian
Minister of Stato.
Tho Berlin TaijhlUt says lllchard
Mucklo of tho Philadelphia Leihjer will
succeed Minister Sargent.
No materials for a biography wero left
by the late Judah P. Benjamin, Ills pri
vate papers ho destroyed.
Torres Sonora and Pedro Garza fought
ft duel In Mexico Wednesday, tho former
having his right hand shattered.
Governor Butler has given tho Senate
Committee on Education and Labor tho
benefit of his views on the labor problem.
Three hundred and fifty men have bocu
discharged from the shops of tho Phila
delphia & Heading Koad at Beading, Pa.
Distilleries members of tho Western
Export Association will close for thirty
to fifty days, commencing tho first of
Queen Victoria wants to buy tho Villa
Nevada at Cannes, where Prince Leopold
tiled, and convert it into a convent and
A settlement of Credit Moblllvr litlira-
tion has been effected by the Union Pa
clllc buying tho stock at twenty dollars
Two largo blast furnaces will bo erect
ed on mineral lands near Chattanooga,
Tenn., owned by English and Scotch cap
Tho Tubllc Prosecutor at Lclpslc de
manded a sentence of ten years for Ileutch
and five years for Krazewskl. chareed
If tho decline In Government bonds
continues tho Treasury Department will
authorize the purchase of four per cents.
In open murkot.
Senator Sherman, in an interview, says
there Is no danger of a general panic
that tho trouble is purely local aud unllko
the panic of 1873.
Several Texas banks report losses by
the suspension ot Donnell, Lawson &
Simpson, but tho amounts were not large
enough to cause any general alarm in
Cyrus W. Field says tho causo of tho
crash in Wall street Is reckless specula
tlon by men who have no right to specu
late olllccrs ot bauks, railway presidents
Fires s Taylor's pork-packing houso.
Trenton, N. J.; loss, 70,000; Colt's
block. Suspension Bridge, Niagara Falls;
total loss, 925,000. A number ot build
ings at Petersburg. Ind.; total loss, 950,-
Secretary Folgor has been notified that
a mob at Key West intend.! using per
sonal violence to the Spanish Consul
there. Special Agent Ilobbs was tele
graphed to confor with the naval au
thorities and take measures to avert
A rumor that tho Bankers' and Mer
chants' Telegraph Company bad stopped
worn on its lines in consequence 01 the
failure of Dimock & Co., was denied by
U. Stewart, Superintendent of the West
The Houso Committee 00 Public Lands
Is of the opinion that 16Q acres ot land Is
sufficient for - any one person to acquire!
by settlement. - Vndor . tho present pre
emption, homestead and timber culture
lawi on may acquire 480 acres, or 160
andf oar. .
BAHK HALL HflKVITlES.
Sooro of Qaraaa Played on Friday,
Indianapolis, Ind. St. Louis Drowns,
H Indianapolis, 4.
Altoona, Pa. Keystone Unions, 10j
Altoona Unions, (1.
Cincinnati, O. Bostons, 0; Cluclu
Wasiiinotov, I). C. Athletics, 11;
Toi.kdo, O. Loulsvllles, 0; Tolodoo,
Coi.iiMiit'N, (), Cincinnati, 8; Colum
Bostos, Mass. Detrolls, 4; Bostons,
PiiovuiKNcrc, ll. I. Providences, 4
Piiii.aphli'Hii, Pa. BuiTulos, ; Phil
Nkw Yohk. NewYorks, G; Cleveland,
Won and Loet.
Tho following tables show the positions
of tho contesting teams of the various
associations up to Friday nights
Ilnstotl , a
llullalo a o
rhlcuiro 4 8
Del roll 1 u
New York IS I)
1'fovlilenee U il
( lilciuro ll
hi i.hiim ir,
wiiHiiiiiKton... , a
Nkw Yotm, May 17. Tho Philadelphia
Cricket Team, which plays in Hiiglund
this summer, ami J. 11. Ilavcrly ami his
San Francisco Minstrels sailed In tho City
of Home this morning. Colonel Maple
son and family sailed lu tho City of Ber
lin. Klllod In a Oolliaion.
Albany, N, Y., May 17. A misplaced
switch this morning on the New York
Central railway, near Dewltl, caused two
engines to collide and both were wrecked.
Georgo P. Henly, engineer, was killed;
Fireman Frank Warkat was seriously In
jured, the others slightly, Heuly was a
member ot tho Engineers' Brotherhood.
Oraln and Provisions.
HATPRDAV, MAY 17, IHSI.
rorroN-fitniulyt nilildiinir, UdtMVa.
FLOim-HteiKly; XXX lo clioluo, fa.3oKjl.80:
WliKA'r-Wtmkir; No. 9 lied, fl.lu
l.U'il No. a l(ed, H.OlitlM.
CoitN-Lowers' No. a mixed, fiOl.ffiltO'tiol
No. 2 white mlJiod, ftli'ie. -
(lATS-Lowori No. , It.'WJIIu.
Kvn Dull; No. a, M.'o,
'I'l illAi'f'lt li'iriit. In..- ....... 4
ii.i'lYifilU.UU; leiil'; common red leaf. IS.UH4
llAV-l'riililii II2.IKI for iirliiin; fu.no
for uholi'o; mixed fitiitu for common to
prune; timothy f H4il for prime to choice.
Hiittkii Steudyi choice to fiuicy eremnery
SJIwaie; dairy, choice to fancy, lUtttlHo; low
HiitiH-Oiilct, at lOHo.
l'OTATOKs-Klrin; lCiistern, 4Mf4"Sc; Peer
less, 4(Ki,4i!o; Northern, iKKtfi4Ue; Bottom stock
I'oiik - Dull; standard mess, f 1(1.75;
hard side, m.;i',4.
1,ahi .Htotuly; prime steam, IHWio-
HACtm-Lonjrs. Me; elioiU, ftaD'iC!
ole.it ribs, ssc.
Wool Tuli-washm! eholeo, TOWn; me
dium, Mif.t'.o; unwashed medium, BKiW4o; low
und coarse irrudes, LViaIsu.
lliiiKS-otilet; dry flint. 17!So; flam
aired, I4';; bulls or stairs, 10c; dry
suited, ;io: ilrv Halted, daiiniKeil, llo; kip and
en 1 1', suited, tt'o; ilaMiaireil, uo; bulls and
si airs, bc; Krcen, uncured, 7!,e; dumiiKcd,
fsii kkp I'm.TR Steady; irreen, "Ovjsflo; dry
do, 4U'.70e., ns to amount and qualltvof wool;
irreen shearlimjs, 1,'ic; dry do, liKtolSo; lamb
W 11 K AT Stead V! No. 2 Red. Mil v. (Wit
June, 1.03; July. fl.lMV. .
Court Weaker; No. i mixed, Muy, f'iu
DATS Lower: No. 2. nilrml. Miiir HT...
J - , j ,
I'ltoVISIONS Pork Onlnt! snof nmia firm
is.50; Lard-Dull; steam. Juno, m
H.!i; July, fH.8UfriM.65.
W'llEAT ntullttl! Ifnv UTlj:... .tii.m Qbln.
July, WlVe; AiiiruHl, mo (September, t'Oo.
CoitN Flrmor; May, 64Uu; June, 65?o;
July, 07,o; August, fih'jjfo.
(IATH Htltttflv Mliv !tfn .Tilt,..
i . ..... ' "'' I
July, 112 'ic.
I'oHK-mu-hor; June, f I7.42'4; July, f 17.03
Aiiirust, fl7.fi.r.; year, fU.mii.
LAHD Firmer; Juno, fs.l:."4; July, tMi
Aiivust, fH.4l; Beptomber, fs.W.
Hiioiit Kins-June, .15; July, f8.22W;
August, fs.:tu. "
Live Stock Markets.
Hons lirwliita. TROD-
llKlit, 6.(n(i-5.ft); roiifch packinp, tZ.Wilb.'iiil
bonvy prtoklnir Ami HlnnplriK, 5.7iW(;UJO.
CATTM-HocoliUrt, ,mi Ann; export.
(i.TuVAIl tit)! Dimil ffl tMuiliW UtV.tM Al Aon.
moo to fair, f.i.40.VP0.
HHKBI'-Heoelids, 2,900; WOOled, ffl.tXKJ
7.0ii; shorn, f .1.7 tfl".).
Cattlk Steady; fair to choice steers,
M.iHlfrrfl.x5: common to irood. 5.0lKiH.3S:
natives, f I.MKd"i.UI.
HIIKKP Acl vol fair tn irood e liinoil.tn.atl
f'S.HO; fair to good western clipped, f.l.0U
air to Rood clipped lambs, f il iiVifJUS.
Hons Active; ineillum to fair Yorkers,
I3.BWi.85; light, f ).3ixafi.)i butehers' grades,
Catti.s Hccelids not renorled: atoadvf
native steers, I.ihiii to 1,1) U Mm. averuge, t&:&Z$
6.MI; others nominally iinoliiiiiired.
Hons (ecciiits. A.UiiU: flrmnrt Inn
higher; lots of am to SMI lbs. average $5.C01
Mil; mainly, f.VIMi5.l!5. . "
8IIKKI Hecell A 725: on let nn.1 nn.
Money and Stock Market.
New YonK. May 17.-Monoy less atrlngont
to day, loans being obtainable on nrst-o a'S
collutoral at KtA per cent; Exchango oulet
at about yesterday; rates, via: 48fi.47: Oov
ermenU strong; ourronoy, flg, is I bid; 4s
coupon, 120 bid; 4H do, U;j bid. Stock
market slnoo last report oontlnued weak until
uuun, aim siiuroy ueroro miiiuay was sulijeot
ed to a sharp raid n the part of lanre "Hoar"
ODoratois Iho drive was particularly dlreot
ea ngainst coal and granger shares, and stocks
gave way sharply, and at noon the whole list
WH on i io d per cent, irom tne Den ngures,
Blnoe midday the market lapsed Into duTltwM,
and at the time of writing are without fnatum.
However, prices show some recovery 1 m '
Think, just because yoa
UN T "ltu Rtiftumatiflm or Keu-
II l raigiii. that you must always
continuo to suitor,
Nor think just because nobody lias been
nbio to euro ynu or your friends, tlwt NeuraiijU
nnd Hheumallsmnro incurable,
D, Think that cure Is im
n M T possible Just bwiause the
U N I phynliians hare boon unable
I to orcompltBh it.
Nor think that because ATHtOPilonos
tins not been known ever since the foundation
nf iiio world, It will not cure Itheumatlam and
Neglect the testimony ol
I V IN I huve tried ATDLornoaos and
ImJ are now sound and hearty.
Nor think that because you have tried
fifty ether things that failed, that AtnLOruo
hoh Is Uko them.
Don't bo discouraged I Tho very
thing that will cure Rheumatism and
Neuralgia is ATHLOPHOROS.
Don't bo Skeptical I ATHLOPHOROS
has cured others. It will Curs YOU,
If yoiiflstmotgi't ATHlornonosnf rotir drwirltt,
w will mniil it iir'H paid, nn nwnlpt of rrgtiUr
lu li-flonn dollar mr lieltlu, We emfcr that you buy
It f nun your drinwlxt, hut if l unxn't It, at not tin
umind'd to try loiuothliig vIihi, but Ordu l 0000
nun u dlnnwd.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
Who want glossy, luxuriant
mill wavy tnws or abundant,
liciiuiU'iil Jlali must nso
cloL'iuil. chenp article always
nuiKPs (Im Hair crow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
out, arroNta nnd cures jeray
new. removes dandruff anil
itchine, mnkoH the Hair
fitroiiK, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position, lleau
tll'iil. healthy Hair is tho snro
result of using Kathakon.
, and MALARIA.
From tboso sources arise Uiree fonHhl ot
the disease of tlio buuinn raoo. Thoie
Bjrmptomn indlcalfl their xwtenoe I Lom ol
AipelUn, HoweU costive, Wok U..d
oba, fullne.. .Iter atliig, MT.r.lon to
i.rUon of body or mini, Eructation
of food, IrrlUMIitr ot temper, Low
.plrlU, A ft. , lag of having n.gMt.d
ome dntjr, IMiilne.., FluU.rlngat (b
lieart, ltts before (ho cy.., highly eol
or.d VHmmt VOMwlxAm, and de.
rnand tho use of a remotly time actt dlreotly
on the Liver. AsaLJvor metllclne TCTT'8
PI 1.1M have no equal. Their aotion on tbo
Kidneys iiml.Hkln is also m-ompt; removing
all lmpui ltlna throiifrli these tlireo -ar-"
of tho .rst.m," prcluolng appe.
tite, sound dlgostlon, regular stool., a dear
skin and a vigorous body. T PIT'S PIJ.LM
S!V.k0i n,lu' T Krlplng nor Interfere
With dally work and are a perfeot
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
JTIE FEEI.SJ I.IKK A WEW MAN,
"I havo had Dyspepsia, with Constlpa
tlon.two years, ami havo tried ton different
kinds of pills, and TDTT'S) am the first
that btive dono me any good. They hava
cleaned mo out nicely. My appetite la
splendid, food dfgostt readily, and I now
have natural naHsages. I fool like a new
man." W. b. KUWAED8, Palmyra, O.
BolileTerywhern.HBo. Offloe,44 Marry8t.,N.T.
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Obat IIajk on WniSKF.Ra ohanged In.
stantly to aULossr Ulack by a single an.
plication of this Uric. Bold by Oruggiits.
or sent by express on receipt of I.'
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THTT'S MANUAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS mi.
CAIRO 0PEHA HOUSE.
Three Sights and Grand Family Ma
tlnee. MAY 22iid, 23rd and 24th.
Tho Great and Oilglnsl
and Gold and Silver Gift Shows Programme
traordlnary from beginning to snd. Includes
that Wondor ot Wonders,
Dreaming and Waking.
ths floating in mid-air without any rlflblsisnpport
a nover btifor. pre.snted to the public
1 lare number of
Useful and Valuable Presents
fglvon away at each performance.
. rBomerabcr thers Is bnt on original Snna
d ha will positively appaai as above aiuo"4.
rlc. as asaal. IUrvl Mats, wl(" t '
i ar, new oaiet $