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KUCaUTI8M and NEl'HALCllA have
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- OPTHS SEASON TO ::
Illinois Central 11. II
Train will leave Cairo '1:15 A. M.. and arriving
In Chicago tl::)i) P. M. of the tame day. Fare to
Chicago and return,
tho summer running meeting of the Chicago
Driving l'ark wi 1 be held June 20th to 18th In
clusive, presenting unusual attraction to those
Interested. Every one alionld take this opportu
nity to vlilt Chicago.
lif-Tieiiots are good to return on any through
train leaving Chicago up to and Including the
evening train of Monday, July 7th.
K. T. J EKFKltY, Gen. Supt.
J. F.MKHUY.Uen. Wcste n PassAgt
A. II. HANSON, Gen. IVaAgt.
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mr. AMANDA CLAItKSOX, Agent,
No. 30 Hlh St., Cairo, lit,
tVQoOd Stock and I'rlcei l(uaeonable..Cj
THE SARATOGA CONVENTION
Anxious Politicians Looking For
ward to tho Important Po
Which is to Fructify or Blast the Eopei
of Many a Self-Sacrificing'
Several Hundred Delegates Present and
En Route Everybody Desires
Saratoga, N. Y., Juno 17. Every
thing Is la readiness fur the Meeting of
the State Democratic Convention to
morrow to elect delegates to Chicago,
but the factions are not harmonious.
Tho friends of Cleveland are very earnest,
but very quiet, while the entliu.ih.sin
for Flower Is like that for
Blaine at Chicago. Daniel Man
ning and the machine arc declared to be
In lavor of Governor Cleveland, but the
Tammanjitus are almost united for Flow
er. Tho Convention villi number 384
delegates, both aides omitting the New
York contingent of VI on account ol a re
vival of the old question of repieseuU
Uon between Tammany, Irving Hall and
the county. The nf;wurr estimate
gtvca Cleveland Ififl a'-.d r'.mver 'J, hut a
movement Is In progress
TO SrUlMi IIAYAItl)
on the coiivt uUmi and defeat both as
pirants. It is an open secret ln-re that
John Kelly is an enemy of Cleveland,
ami will consort with Flower's follow
ers until he sees an 0orturiity to
dump him overboard for liayard.
It is alleged that Tlkluu's letter of
declination was rublishid In-fore the
Saratoga Convention at the direct in
stance of Manning, who wanted there
by to boom the Cleveland movement.
Off for Saratoga.
N'kw Yoiik, June 17. White hats, black
hats, straw Juts an 1 slouch hats bobbed
and nodded up and down like corks in a
storm at sea previous to the departure of
the train lor Saratoga. Tobacco juice
was plontiful, so were "heelers," who
sought to obtain a "dead-head" to aud
from the Convention, wilh board and
lodgiugs thrown in. The train was made
up of four drawing-room and eight ordi
tub only Mor ro
to be seen was a long white strip upon
which was marked in large black letters
'Tammany Hall Delegation." The
majority of the delegates appeared In
shrit sleeves and smoking caps. The
boys in tho car "Ked Jacket" started a
refrain composed especially so to be sung
on the home trip after they have ob
tained their "regularity," the chorus of
That's tho Tammany train coining round the
Hurrah, my bojs, hurrrli.
Though we're commit h ick quick, e didn't
Hurr.ib, my boy, harnili.
Tbe refrain wad taken up by the oecu
pmts of the "Niagara," who iu!ckly
changed It to:
When Johnny comet marehitiK home aiiain,
We'll ffivo him t hourly weleame bog. hur
As the hands of the great clock pointed
to the hour of ten Grand Marshal Thomas
S. B -finnan proclaimed In thunder tones:
"The third aud last call, all on board."
The great engine SDorted Impatiently,
the cars began to move slowly,
leaving a down or more late arrivals
behind, and in a second or
two the Tammany delegation was speed
ing on Its way to Saratoga, where, if
uu thing shoold happen to the scalpers en
route, they expect to arrive at seven
o'clock this evening. At 10:30 the scat
tered AKi Y OF IRVINO HALT,
uador the ftcnerarshrp of Sheriff Alexan
der Davidson and a number of his Lieu
tenants, flanked by many so-called Inde
pendent Democrats, departed for the
same goal determined like Tammany Hall
to unfurl tlielr banner of equal rights.
Thty also took the Tammany stragglers
who had been left behind under their fos
In referring to the attitude of Tammany
Hall with regard to her demand for regu
larity, said just lcfore leaving: "Tim
attitude of Tammany Hall remains
uuebanged. After mature dclibera
tion.s we have come to the con
clusion that if we are to take
part In the coming political strug
gle, wo must at least be formed with
regttlarity. Keguiarity justly belongs to
us, and we are determined to In
sist upon obtaining it. I really am at a
tons to understand upon what basis either
one of the Conventions can refuse it. In
the event of the State committee refusing
to listen to our demands our only course
Is to repeat the demand to the National
committee. I am hopeful however that
we will not have much trouble and that
Tammany Hall will shortly enjoy her old
pretige in having her regularity."
Ks-tSeuator Thomas F. Grady, Iiourkc,
Cochrane and Police Commissioner Syd-,
ncy P.Nichols, when spoken to, re-echoed;
the sentiments of tbe chief: "We will
come hack with flying colors," said Mr.
Cochrane, enthusiastically, "and then let
the 'Plumed Knight' of Maine look out
"ilivo us our regularity," Interposed
Senator Grady, "and we will guarantee
a majority to the Democratic candidate
after he reaches Harlem bridge of be
tween 80,000 and 100,000."
Democracy at Saratoga.
Sabatooa, N. Y., Jano 17. Delegates
to tho Democratic State Convention are
gutherlngin force. Politicians are crowd
lag hero, Mr. Flowers on the ground In
pron. Kx-Governor Walker is herd
also. He says Cleveland is undoubtedly
the man. Cleveland's and Flowers' par
tisans greatly eraggerate their respectivo
strength. One of Vl wers' managers said
this momiug t "If we can't get Flowers
we are solid for Cleveland." At noon it
fo rumored that a compromise between
the factions will be effected.
Wilmington, Dm.., June 17. Sixty
five of the most prominent Democrats
from all parts of Delaware resolved them
selves Into a committee here thi after
BoOft Jo took after Senator Bayard's
haaoes"aY'CWaf6. They propose to
IllUe pteily of mTiif? Ui the purpose and
go In l'uilman palace cars attended by
the First licglmcnt band of this city.
Congressman Mai tiu, .Secretary of Stute
Cansey, Stito Treasurer Houston, Coun
ty Treasurer Win. Herbert, Attorney.
Getcral Gray and llou. Geo. II. Uatesare
Included iu the committee.
Hurrahing for Cleveland.
I5an(iou, Mi:., June 17. Tho Democra
tic State Convention uietat eleven o'clock
to-day. A. Levensder was chosen tempo
rary Chairman. While making the open
Ing address the uamcs of Tilden and
Cleveland were enthusiastically received.
The Committee on Credentials re
ported syj delegates present. Ueforo
the adjournment this afternoon three
cheeis for Clevelaud were given with eu
tluiiiusiu. AN J. TOI.KKANT IMllEST.
A Churchman Who Thinks Others Have
No Right lie is Bound to Reaped.
SotjiiiiNinoN, Cons., Juuu 17. This
Is a place that can boaat of but one Cath
olic Church and but one picnic ground,
but it can also boivst of a brauch ol the
Clan-na-Gael. Fur years this society has
replen;hed its treasury by holding a pk
nlc at the public grove on the Fourth i f
July. Tho present pastor of the church,
thu ltv. Father Hunt, has held that
ollke for less thau a year, but, like the
Clau-na-Gael, ho recently became con
vinced. that Independence Day was tho
most available day in tho year for hold
ing a picnic. He started out to hire the
grove tor the annual church picnic. He
found that he had been forestalled by the
Clan-na-Gael, He was surprised and
angry. Ho Intimated that if the
Clan-ua-Gael did rwt surrender their
prior claim to the grove and
allow him to hold there his projected
church picnic he would maie it warm for
somebody. The Clau-na-Gael were very
anxious to make a compromise with thu
priet on condition that he would reim
burse them for their expenditures on
printing and would engage their band.
He would uot at tlrsl listen to their
terms. A week ago Sunday he an
nounced that he would hold his picnic
ut the grove on the Fourth. Yesterday
he aaiu announced the picnic, and said
that lie hoped no obstacle would prevent
ho:diug it according to advertisement.
The Clan-na-Gael have coutnued to an
nounce that their picnic would be as us
ual at Uniou Grove. The sentiments ol
Catholics is divided on the question,
and the feeling continues to grow in
twise. It is said that Father Hunt has
ofkred to accept the terms of the
Clan-na-Gael, but no action has yet been
taken by the society.
T1IK SCOTT LAW AFFIRMED,
And the Stato of Ohio Eight Millions
Ahead of the Decision.
CoM'.mdcs, O., June 17. The Scott
Law was this morning decided constitu
tional, except as to tho proviso, that the
tax shall be a Hen on rented property.
The decision, affecting as it does, the
legality of last year's tax payments and
the authority to collect the tax for the
preseut year represents revenue saved
throughout the State of 3,000,000, and
afllrms the right of the State under the
preseut constitution to tax to any
extent the liquor tralfic, and therefore its
right to practically prohibit the traifle.
Mattoox, I June 17. The Repub
lican Senatorial Convention for the
Thirty-second district is in session here
to-day. Horace S. Clark, of this city,
will be renominated for the' Senate, and
Dr. Sam Wilson, of Cumberland, will be
named for the Lower House.
Burglars at Mexico.
Mkxico, Mo., June 17. Robberies
have now been committed hero for
three nights lu succession. Last night
sneak thieves entered the residence ol
James W, Daniel, au attorney of this
city, aud got away with a line suit of
clothiug, in the vest pocket of which was
a line watch aud chain. Some money
was also taken.
THE FEMALE 1'EDS.
Howard Still Leads Tbompsor With
13.vi.Ti.MonK, Mi., Juno 17. Howard",
120 miles, 4 laps; KUbury, 10S miles,!
laps; Tobias, 113 miles, 7 laps; Douglassj
111 miles, 5 laps; Audersou, 107 miles, J
laps; Massicotta, 10:' miles, 'J laps;
Woods, 90 miles; Mabel, SI miles, 11
laps; Martin, 6s miles, 1 lap; Thompson,
20 miles, 4 laps withdrawn.
ASSEMBLED AT EL'LTOV.
Tbe State Sunday-School Convention
of the Christian Church.
Fcuox, Mo., Juue 17. The State
Sunday-School Convention of the Chris
tian Church; convened here last night.
About 400 delegates are in attendance,
and more are expected to-day. Rev. M.
Rluekwell, of Lexington, Mo., prcacheil
tho opening sermon to a largo aud ap
Given TJp for Lost.
WaL'kkgan, Iu..,.Tune 17. No tidings ol
the llshlug boat "Ida," missing since last
Saturday, have been received, andtdie has
been given up for lost, with her crew of
Milwaukkr, Wis., Juue 17. The sus
pension of tho Manufacturers' Hank
causes great uueaslness. Assets, half n
million; liabilities somewhat lo-is. Tho
Lake Shore AWostern Railroad Company
say that their balance of $100,000 was re
duced to $30,000, and tho road Is not
Fish, Eno and Ward Indicted.
Nkw York, Juue 17 Tho United
States Grand Jury hauded In Indict
ments against James D. Fish and John
C. Eno, charging them with tho mlsap
proprlatlon of National Rank fnuds.
Atao an Indictment against Ferdluand
Ward, charging him with aiding and
abetting au olliccr of a National bank In
Illegally applying tho fonds of tho Bank.
MLllDEU AND SUICIDE.
What Jealousy Caused a Hiahigaa Man
to So Last Might.
Dktboit, Mich., Juno 17. Charles II.
Cambridge, of White llali, boat hid wifo
last night with a chair and then shot her
twlee, Inflicting Wounds which will
probably prove latal. Ho then shot hilu
self through tho tkeajt Jealousy was
tire came. They Have tt) snjajl cbMt!
OUR NATIONAL BEAR GARDEN
Another Sceno in tho Senate
Chamber to Mako an
Senator Brown, of Georgia, Replies to Seu
ator iDgalls, of Kansas, Charging
Him With Cowardice.
The Latter Reiterates His Charges of
Forgeiy of the Journal of the
W.vsiii.(!ro.v, D. C., Juno 17. Sena
tors Ingalls and JJrowu were early on tho
floor to-day. Roth were lu good trim.
Iirovvn carried a roll of manuscript.
After the journal had been read Rrown
i-i to a question of privilege. Ho sent
tin; record to the Clerk's desk aud had
certain marked passages read. Every
body was eagerly attentive. The galleries
were full and several Representatives
were on the il tor. Senator Rrown then
began reading hU reply. Ho said he did
not wish yesterday to reply to tho Impu
tations which Senator Ingalls remarks
were calculated and intended to provoke,
aud iu what ho had now to say ho would
keep within the rules of decorum. He
called the attention of the Senate to Sen
ator Ingalls' charge of his (Rrown) falsi
fying the record, as a deliberately planned
insult uttered in violation of the
rules of the S. nate and in defiance of the
presiding olllcer's authority." The
Chair interrupted, objecting to this.
Rrown promptly withdrew that portion
of his remarks aud went on to say,
"Those insults were not given In the heat
of debate, but were premeditated." Tho
remarks he was charged with interpolat
ing in the report were substantially used
by li i in iu the debate as could be testilled
by Senators who heard him utter them.
He wijuld not make tlie Senatochamlx'r a
scene of coarse quarrel. The Senator
from Kansas intimated that he (Rrown)
inserted something iu his speech which
he was afraid to utter lu that
Senator's presence. Lack of courage
had never been Imputed to him (Rrown).
"1 venture to say," coiitiiiu'd Rrown,
''that theie is nothing lu the character of
the Senator from Kansas, nor iu the an
ti cedents of hts history, nor lu his person
that could make him au object of appre-hp.'Ut-iou
or excite the fears of any man."
Laught'T. Mr. llrowu concluding,
said : "There Is no place on earth lor a man
of dUcreet courage like the Seuate cham
ber, and that no other Senator would
have used the protection of the Senate
chamber as the Kansas Senator bad
Mr. Ingalls rote amid great excitcmcut
and spoke clearly and deliberately:
"II the Senator from Georgia would
allow the remarks just made to remain
unameniled after going to the printing
house, ho (Ingalls) was content; but
with the Seualor from Georgia the pen is
mightier than tho tongue, or sword
riaughterl. lie sheds luk into water.
Renewed laushter. The personal tone
glveu to the debate this morning snouia
not, however, divert him from tho ques
tion: Whether the Senato records
have been falsilied of matter
personal lu Its character and susceptible
ouly of an offensive interpretation."
Continuing, Mr. Ingalls said the olllelal
reporter had told him that Rrown had not
used tho language interpolated lu his
speech, and held up the manuscript that
Rrown hail chauged and said: "This
would uot have been done lu the ordinary
affairs of life between one geuUe
mau and another." Sensation,
Tho Chair called Ingalls '.to or
der and the remark was withdrawn.
Ingalls assured the Chair that the remark
would uot appear in the record In the
morning Laughter, Alter sbnrp sar
casms on an hypothetical quesliou of the
privileges of debate, Ingalls concluded
by saying that so far as the Imputa
tions of tho Senator from Georgia are
concerns: "I hero distinctly avow all
that I have said hitherto in any sense that
he sees tit to attribute to It."
Senator Hampton, by permission, said
he had heard the Senator from Georgia
make the remarks alleged to have been
interpolated lu record. This ended the
Spectators leaving the galleries caused
a suspension of busiuess for several
moments. Then Ingalls took tho lloor
ou the call for petitions, showing his
usual dignity and sang froid.
After the routine work Mr. Sherman
moved to lay the motion of Mr. Ingalls'
to expugne from tho record the alleged
interpolations In Mr. Hrown's speech" on
tho table. Agreed to without a disseut
iug voice. Another sceue was thus
Mr. Slocum (of N.Y.), from the confer
ence committee, submitted a repoit ou
the Fitz John Porter bill, rocotumeudlng
concurrence iu tho Senate nnn.ndineut.
Adopted, yeas, 158; nays, 01.
At noon the Rouse went iuto commit
tee of tho whole on tho dellclcncy appro
AN HONEST MAN
Driven to Insanity and Suicide by a
CiiKSTKitiow.v, Md., Juue 17. Walter
S. Woodall, a young and wealthy farmer,
committed suicido hero to-day under
peculiar circumstances. Ho lately leased
a piece of land from a neighbor and re
ferred without permission to several
friends as to his character. They for a
joke gavo him a bad one. These Idle
rumors gained credence in the neighbor
hood and so preyed on Woodall'a mlm
that It became unbalanced. Ho offerej
his colored servaut $10 to drown him
Tho latter in horror refused aud went (ol
an officer to secure his master. In 1)11
absence Woodull took a boat, wentoul
Into tho river and threw himself In.
STATE V. C. T. IT.
The Ladles Gathering at Ssdaiia-Do
nounointr the Republicans.
Srualu, Mo., June 17. Delegates and
visitors to tho Stato Convention of th
W. C. T. U., which meets here thU morn
lug (or a three days' sesslou, b.gan ar
riving last evening, and this morujni;
fully 800 delegates had arrlvd InclinlM
Miss Frances E. Wlllurd, ol
Chicago; Mrs, Clara Hoffman, of Kansas
City; Miss .Rose rhillps, Mrs
Wallace, of Hannibal; Mts.
i'agoucr, Mrs, pee PetWion, ( Sti
outs ; Jf m - .luojHJt.. PffKtwiy ttraf
Anna bm-ed Cairns, Mrs. Relle P. Roberts,
Mrs. L. F. Holden, Mrs. Dr. Rill, Mrs.
Fred Ingalls aud Mrs. (. G rover, ol St.
Louis; Mrs. S. Grubb, Mrs. li. Roberts
and Mrs. II. E. Worthlngton, ol Kirk
Tho Convention promises to be tho
largest and most Interesting gathering ol
the society ever held in this State. A
resolution condemning the Republican
parly for Iguorlng tho prohibition Ques
tion at Chicago will bo among the first
"HONEST JOE'S" TIIEJfT.
Baltimore's Postal Chief a Defaulter la
the Sum of 93.000.
ll.vi.Ti.M0UK, Md., Juno 17. Tho city
was startled this uiorulng by tho an
nouncement that Joseph J. C. Doughejty,
chief of the money division ol the Daltl
more l'ost-olllce, was a defaulter for over
$3,000. Dougherty is an elderly man,
and has been hi his present posi
tion llfteen years, acquiring
the natno o( "Honeat Joo."
Ills peculations were discovered b'y his
not forwarding to New l"ork the surplus
money order fund aa orded, Yfjjstt not
haviug any to forward, he confuased.
The loss Is said to have occurred
through gambling and Investing In Kew
Orleans and Kentucky lotteries, lie
has been put under surveillance. Since
bis wife's death he has been addicted to
tbe morphia habit, which no donbt af
fected his mind.
ANOTHER ELAINE DESE11TKR.
Rev. C. S. Smith, a Prominent Colored
Orator and Agitator to Support
Rloomixuton, Iu.., June IT. Kvv. C.
S. Smith, the colored orator who created
quite a stir iu the Republlcau State Con
vention at l'eoria, and at a Republican
meeting held In Chicago a short time
before, announces that ho will not
support Rlaine and Logau, and has
come out lor Ren Rutier. Smith is
one of the foremost colored orators of
the country, and a man whom Fred.
Douglass said was destined to be a
leader of the colored race, and bis
course is causiug no small commotion
iu Statu politics. Hid friends have been
expecliug, or rather hoping, that his
hery aud impassioned eloquence would
do much iu tho various parts of the
country towards tlu; success of the
Republlcau party during the approaching
BASE HALL, 1JHKV1TIES.
Score of Games Played on Monday,
Cincinnati, O. St. Louis Unions, 4;
Washington, 1). C Washlogtons, 1;
Providence, R. I. Providences, 13;
Raltlmore, Md. R.iltlmores, 5; St.
Philadelphia, Pa. Cinclnnatls, H;
Pittsburgh, Pa. Loulsvllles, 7; Al
RufEalo, N. Y. Buffalos, 'JO; Chica
New York Columbus, 7; Metropoli
Cleveland, O. Clevelauds, 2; De
Roston, Mass. Rostons, 6; New
Rrooklyu, N. Y. Toledos, 0; Rrook
C'KAZED BY UltlEF.
The Sad Fata Which Overtook a Camden
(N. J.) Household.
Camikn, N. J., June 17. Mrs. Mary
Ann Cast idy, of this city, became Insane
recently on account of her husband's
death, which occurred a short time since.
On Friday her three children wero at
tacked with scarlet (ever aud diphtheria.
A doctor prescribed, but the crazy wom
an failed to give the uiedlcluc. Ou Sun
day the youugest baby died, and the
mother became so violent that the neigh
bors feared to go to tbe house. The
health officers manaymd to enter the
house yesterday, and the woman left to
get a priest to bury her ehirdren. Up
stairs bo met the sickening sight of the
decomposed body of the dead child on a
bed aud the two older boys at the point
of death In tho samo room. The physi
cian says their recovery is Impossible.
This morning the womau has not returned
aud search Is being made.
The National elections In Mexico passed
Senator Logan and family have gone to
Two compaules of English engineers
leave for Egypt.
Military companies (or tho great en
campment at Dubuque arrived.
The resignation of Torcno produces a
change lu tho Spanish Cabinet.
The Iudlan government has decided to
subsidise the Afghan tribe of Ghllaals.
The Tell City (lud.) furniture works
were burned. Loss, 00,000; Insurance,
President Arthur aud Secretary Lin
colu went trout Ashing at South Oyster
Ray, L. I.
El Mahdi, tho false prophet, threatens
to annihilate any Turkish force that mny
bo scut to Soudan.
M. G. Norton, o( Winona, Minn., has
resigned as a member o( tho National
An Injunction was granted against re
moving the headquarters of the Kulghts
of Honor from Louisville to St. Louis.
The French House of Deputies re
jected the amendment o the military bill
granting Immunity to pupils of the state
England V Torkoy.: "If you refuse
to accept oq Invitation to be present at
tho Egrpttap conference, we will meet
Ex-8euator Dorsey purchased of a Mis
souri stoofr dealer a herd ol fifty-three
Angus and Galloway cattle (or his Kew
The Supreme Court of Missouri ren
dered a decision Id favor of the city ol St.
Louis in tbe as with the St. Louis Gas
Tho American Institute of Homoiopathy
Is lu annual session at Poet Part, Md,,
with a large attendance, Including dole
gates from England.
Canadian suthorHrei refused a re
quest from Kentucky to bring whlaky i&.
to that country, ttBoo to Vw York, as
ex-wafcbonaeo from Cauada.
The Iron work, a Anpolo, Ja., yfJJ i
DOW With WJMOlpfl Mfii JT
jCcoWt of antlcSpatad WtjA
THE GREAT GERMAN
I1 If rfftnfflliwniufHiiHwtuih all I
I I ' I t 1 1 1
itellevM and cures
8orenen, Cuti, Bruitti,
IU R., MCALDU.
Aud all other bodily aches
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Sold bv all DriiKrista and
Ot-HlurM. Direelluua In 11
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
IftuMNon U A. T0QILIR t CO.)
Halt iiuore, Md., V. . A,
rtl TORfiD BOWELS,
thm sources arise thneftrarths of
the disciues of tlie human ,-uco. These
symptoms Indicate their existence i Wert
Appatlte, Uowela co.tlve, Sick Head
cUe, fuUu.aa after eating, av.r.lon to
cxartlon of body or mlnj, Kructation
of food, Irritability of temper, Iw
spirit, A totllng of having neglected
nuiednty, IMzzlnesi, Fluttering at tha
Heart, ts before the eye., highly col.
ored I ,iue, fOSSTIPATIO" and de
mandt liouse of a remedy that uct9 dlreetly
onthoUver. AsaLivur meillcino TEXT'S
PIL.L8 have no e.i"nl. Their action on tho
Kidneys und skin is also prompt ; removing
all Impurities through these three " icir
enffers of the yM.m," producing appe
tlte, sound digestion, regular Ptools, a clear
Bkln and a vigorous body. TCTT'S PIIX.8
caiiso no nausea or griping nor laterfera
With dnlly work and are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
HE FEELS LIKE A NEW MAN.
"I have had DyepepsiB, with Constipa
tion, two years, and have tried ten different
kinds of pills, and TUTT'S aro tho first
that have done me any good. They hava
cleaned we out nicely. My appetite la
iuk--suj ruauuy, aim i now
huve natural ptwaiures. I fuel like a new
man." , b. EDWARDS, Palmyra, O.
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Grat Uaib or Whiskers changed In.
stantly to a Ulossv Ulack by a slugle an.
plieatlon of this Dvn. sold by DrmrglsU,
or sent by express on receipt of $ I. 7
Office, 44 .Murray Street, New York.
TUTT'S MANUAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FRU.
Tllli BEST THING KXOWN
In Hard or Soft, Hot or Cold Water.
SAVES LAHOK. TIMK and SOAP AMAZ-.
INtil.Y, ami niveo unlversul Hatinfurtlou. Ha
family, rich or pour, should bo without it.
Sold by all (irocora. UUWAKK of imitations
well dtwu-ned U mislead. I'K Vltl.INK is the
ONLY SAKE labor -uaviUK compound, auj Sit
VtU'S bears tho above symbol, aud uuiuo of
I'YLE. NEW YUltK.
Rick neadiiche and relieve all the troubles Inci
dent to a bilious stato of the system, such as Dii
t Incss, Manses, Drowsiness, Distress after catiny,
Pain in the Side, Ac. While their moat (ttuark
able success has beta shown la caring
HeadachPjrt Carter'sLlttle LWet PillSaW inn
valuable la Coustipation, curing and preventing
this annoying complaint, while they also correct
sll disorders of the stomach, stimulate the liver
uil regulate the bowels, flycnlf they onJy sure
Ae he they wonld be almost pricclws to thois h
ullVr from this distrewhig complaint; but fottu
natel v their coodness does no t Mid here, and those
. ' . thaA littlnilU vain.
ohnnnm tr them will find these little pills valu
able In so many ways that thoy will not be wlli
to do without thuu. Hut after all sick beail
Is thebsno of (0 many lives that hero Is where we
make our prcut boust, our pills cure It while
Others do not.
Carter's tittlo liver fills sre very small sn
very easy to take, vao or two puis mane a aow.
Thcv are strictly Vic( tnblo and do not irripe or
do not irripe or
but bv their eentlo action please all who
ineir geouo action piease au wao
tiu tlicm. In vials at ;25 cents ; flvo for II. Bul4
by Uiugi;istseverywuae,orsuntly uau. , ,
C1UTU MEDICINE CO . New York
Delivered at CAIRO, 111.,
at tho FOLLOWING TRICES:
Ft. bottom. Ft. stave. Capacity ealt. Tries.
C x 8 H50 824.00
G x t) 1030 28.00
7 x 8 2000 32.00
7 x 1) 2250 3G.00
7 x 10 2500 40.00
These tanks are ms.lt- of CLEAtl CTPRK99 lij
iches thick, surutoly hoop.d and are VYATJIK
TIUIIT. They are
ShipiwVl wholeatid ure well braoel
to prevent their beloir racked or broken In land
llD. Ksi iiHtcs fiirtilihd fcr
Tank of anjr
a. itiaos sc linos.,
SIT Delord St., Hew Orleans, U.
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