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CAIRO, ILL., FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 20, 18JIJ,
UOECMATISM and NEUKALUIA liuvo
loog enough run riot la the buinan
They have tormented the human family ana
dcQod the medical faculty ; from ttoie out of memory
they have corrupted the blood, deniorulired the Joint,
voied the nervea, atronized tho muudctf and racked
the brain with wearying tain.
"AniLOPnoROs" la tho enemy of Kheuma
timn and Nournlirta, reiwurs their damstfea, renews
the blood, eases tho Jolutn, calm the nerval, soothes
the muscles, gives runt and iau to the troubled
brain, and ensures delightful Bleep.
" AniLOPnoBOS " la a new remedy, hut It haa
been abundantly tried. From far and near come tea.
tlmoulala from well-known imrtious who had Ion
been suiTerer. It bun turned their diaeaties out It
has cured them. That is all, und that is enough,
"AthIOphokcs" can do for you what
it has done for those suilcrers. It can
drive out your Kheuuintumi and Neuralgia,
and will do bo if you give it a fair trial.
"ATHbOPitoBos " has by this time had such a
pood trial all over the country that lu true work la
known, and Its true character proved.
"ATnLornoROS'' means 'Prize-Bearer;
"Victor;" "Conqueror." it carriea oil the prize-as
Viotob over the attacks of th'we terrible maladies,
and CoNQUKnus of the frightful axoules tlieir vic
tims have endured. Not a mere temporary retef,
but a permanent, eudurUiK, aud tnumi.uant cure.
If you cannotget Atuloihoro3 of your drug
Kkt, we will Bend ft express puid. on receipt of
rejrular price one dollar per bottle. We prefer
that you buy it from your druwlst, but if ho
hasn't It, do not be persuiidrd to try something
else, but order at once from ua as directed.
ITHL0PH0R0S CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
To the SMOKERS of
Bull Durham Smok
The genuine has picture of
BULL on every package.
For particulars see our next
C. W. IIEiYDEliSOff.
No. 191 Commercial Ave.,
Sole Agent foi the Celebiati'd
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work,
Builders' Hardware and Carpenters' Ton?, Tnh'e
and Porket Cutlery, beet In the Market, ltoucrs
Bros.' l'lated Knives, Forks anu Kuooni", (jramle
Iron Ware. Berlin Earthenware. White Mountain
Freezerc Wulor Coolers, Refrigerators, Clothes
Wrlnirere, Crown Fluters, Step I.a lder. Garden
implements, (ioldcn Mar Uil Stoves-bent In the
world, Lumps of every doserlidion. Klaiu Oil,
C'arjii t Sweepers, F- atlier Dusters, lirooms. Win
dow Screen Wire Cloth, Full supply ol Fishing
The nbtwe nt rock bottom prices.
Corner lJth und Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 1,1.
Telephone No. 12.
OF THE SEASON TO ::
Illinois Central It B.
WEDNESDAY, June 25-
Train will loavo Cairo iitri . M., ami arriving
1u Chicago t :;! I. M. of the latue day. Fare to
Chicago aud return,
Iho trimmer rtinnlnii mooting of tho Cb.lr.Ago
Driving l'ark wl 1 hu held June COth to uSth lu
cIukIvu, presenting unusual attractions to those
Interested. Every oue should take this opportu
nity to visit Chicago.
t3r7Tlckcts are (rood to roturn on any through
train leaving Chicago up to aud Including the
evening traU of Monday, July 7th.
K.T. JKKKKUY, tien. 8upt.
JTF. MKRKY, Hen. Weto;n Puss Agt.
A. II. HANSON, lien. l'a-8 Agt.
Mrs. Emily Bowers
Mrs. AMANDA CLABKSON, Agont.
No. ao Nth. 8t., Cairo, 111.
IVQootl Htock nuil I'tlcoi Roaiounblo. Jf.t
PREPARING THE WIGWAM.
Tho Taking of Scalps of Unsuo
coBsful Candidates Will
Exposition Hall Being Thoroughly Over
hauled in Preparation for the Dem
ocratic National Convention.
How a Frightful Accident Was Avertct
During the Meeting of the Re
Chicago, III., June 19. Tho Demo
crats are making active preparations foi
tlieir Convention, which oens in this
city July sth, aud have architects ant
workmen busily remedying the defects o-:
Exposition Hall. First, It will be made
sale. The uproar of the Republican Con
vention during the uoiuinatiug speechei
of Thursday night was so greal
that few persons beard tut
crash of timber near the platform, anc
probably only oue or two besides thi
sergeaut-at-arms and Mr. New under
stood its cause. The truth was the enor
mous weight of the thousands ol peopi
packed in the east gallery had sprang ttu
great supporting beams over six Inches
.Mr. New at first determined as quietly as
possible to clear tho galleries, bul
architects bciug summoned tUej
feared that any announce
ment of the danger would result In un
controllable panic likely to be accom
panied by frightful Ions of life. Though
scarcely believing it themselves, the)
assured Mr. New that the arches from
which the galleries hung would give even
an inch or two further without break
ing. Few people, however, imagined
that while they cheered aud stampec
at a burst of eloquence from at
orator or jeered at some new dls
seuion in tlte District of Columbia
delegation, workmen were quietly tight
THE hClTOltr.-tOF THE GALLKIUES
let the whole thing should drop aud tb
great coveutlon hall become a scene oi
destruction. At last it was on account ol
a whispered word from Scrgcaut-at-Arrm
Sexton that Chairman Henderson on that
memorable Thursday evening so quickl
decided the meeting adjourned on a vivs
voce vote after the question had just beet
deckled in the negative by a call of tht
roll of States and was in a fair way to b
so decided again.
All chances of a repetition of suet
scenes will be removed before the Demo
cratic leaders meet. A large force ol
workmen are now making radica;
change's in the General arrangement o
the auditorium. The stage which form
erly occupied the uorth end of the build
ing is being placed In the center of tht
hull on the west side, so that all can see
and hear the chairman aud speakers.
The seatiug capacity of the chamber will
be enlarged on the south to a total ca
pacity of about 14,500 people. The
sounding boards which produced such
disagreeable double echoes will be over
hauled and the one on the south side
will be set back some seventy-five
feet. This is expected to mate
rially improve tho acoustic proper
ties of tho great hall. Th
various committee rooms will be
rendered more comfortable and the en
trance aud aMe signs, which were left bj
the May festival people and which so
confused holders of tickets to the Hepub'
liciau convention, will be removed. Lasl
but not least, press tickets will be give
only to working reporters and not disi
tributed as at the Republican meeting tq
men who came simply to look on, aud tht
apace will be railed off so that it cannot
Ire encroached upon. The platform wiij
be occupied only by ofllcers of the con
veution and the Associated Frcss
A sub-committee of the National Com
mitteo meets to-morrow, Judge W. C
Applications by newspapers for seat
should be niado to Austin A. Brown,
Chairman of tho Committee on FresJ
and Telegraph, at Iudiauapolls or Cht
Talks with prominent Democrats who;
are now in the city makiug prcllminarj
arrangements for the great assembly anij
laying wires for favorite candidates tie?
velop the fact that the sage of Greyston)
was nearly the unanimous choice of thj
party. Hut Mr. Tlldeu's declination haj
started a wonderful activity in the raukj
of all the various booms and it is uo)
conjectured that the struggle will bl
long coutinued and more or less acrl
THE .SENSATIONAL FEATl'UE
of the forthcoming Convention will bi
caused by Bin IHitlcr already bearlu
easily the honors of three prcsideutia
nominations in oue season, and eager fo
the fourih prize. He will be bitterly op'
posed by certain western men.
THE I'KIENDS OK 11AYAHD,
Randall, Field, McDonald, Morrison,
'1 liurnitiu, Harrison, rainier, Carlisle
Dorsheimer, Trumbull and Slociun arj
dropping into the city day after day, ar-
ranging for headquarters and niakinj
llgures on tho possible chances.
OH 10 lM.ATroUM TAULED.
Tennessee Democrats Adopt tho Wordi
of the Old Platform.
Nashville, Tenx., Juno 19. Tin
luorulug session of tho Democratic State
Convention was consumed lu discussing
the reports of the Committee on Resolu
Hons. The minority report, substantially
the Ohio platform, was tabled by a ma
jority of threo hundred. A motion
to tablo tho tariff question failed. The
majority report, which was adopted,
says: "Justice and sound policy forbid
the Government to foster ono brauch ol
industry to tho detrlmcut of another, oi
to cherish tho Interest of ono portion to
tho Injury of another portion of tho com
mon country i hetico we Renounce the
present tariff as a masterpiece of Injus
tice, Inequality and false pretense."
'Cleveland'! Friend Happy.
SaratogA) N. Y., Juno 19. The adop
tion of the unit rule by tho Democratic
Stato Convention yesterday will glv
Governor Cleveland seventy-two votes
from this Statu at Chicago, Tho unit
rule Is Iron-clad, and was passed without
objection. A largo majority of tho dele
gates aro Cleveland mcu. iTo hai
lorty-tlvo stalwart friends, and therj
aro probably eight delegates Who wlD
loin the.ni. To ftjitl-nevclapji dlci
gates do not uuuiber more' thau tweuty
stvoii, and Mr. Flower controls about tei
ol them. Tammany Hall la for Bayard,
and the Brooklyn Democrats aro un
pledged, Thuy will wheel Into line fyi
Clevuland when the time gomes. Gen
eral Faulkner, oue of Flower's managers;
was put qn the list ol delegates-at-Largp,
with tho approval ol the Cleveland men.
TTiis was a
SORT OF COMPROMISE
to prevent a fight In tho Convention over
the delegatcs-at-large. The Cleveland
inauagers did not wish to give the oppo
sition a chance to attack Governor Cleve
land's candidacy and to make public their
grievances against him as a Democrat
and against his udmlulstratlon from a
party point of view. Tinre was no test
vote to show the strength ol the two op.
posing forces. Governor Cleveuuid's
friends who are sill here, leel very happy
over the result of the Convention. They
are now confident that the Governor
WILL RECEIVE TIIK NOMINATION
Mr. Flower says that thclt
State machine was too nowerful for his
friends to overcome. Ho thinks that the
antl-Clevelaud people have shown enough
strength to hurt Cleveland In other
States. The Brooklyn delegates who
have been offered to Cleveland accepted
Senator Jacobs as a delegato-at-largc,
aud they did not join the anti-Cleveland
forces. They voted solid lor the unit
rule aud arc bound.
Mt. Vernon Democrats.
M r. Vernon, III., June 19. The Dem
ocrats opened the campulgu here last
night by organizing a Jefferson Club with
North Carolina Democrats.
Wei.df.n, N. C, June 19. The Demo
cratic Congressional Convention held
here was largely attended and harmoni
ous. H. G. Williams of WUsou and E.
L. F.mory of Halifax were appointed
delegates to the Chicago Convention. J.
A. Voodvard of Wilson was nominated
lor Congress, and Donald Gilliam of
Kdgcomb County, Presidential Elector.
The Couve ution strongly indorsed Cleve
land. Will Not Accept.
Indianapolis, Ind., June 19. Gover
nor Hendricks this morning dechud
peremptorily to be considered a candi
date for Governor. He says emphatical
ly that he will not accept the nomination
An American's Death in Germany.
Rock Island, III., June 19. Word
lias been received here ol the death ol
Charles A. Renser in Germany. He was
a prominent citizen ol this city and a
member ol the Moline Wagon Company,
and had gone to Europe for his health.
Let Mr. Eads Answer.
Washington, D. C, Juue 19. A se
cret conference was held this ruomrng
between Secretary Frellughuysen and the
House Committee on Appropriations in
regard to the Senate amendment to the
Consular bill to. enforce the neutrality
acts, and as a.result ol the conference
the bW was reported to the House with
the Senate amendments non-concurred In.
It Is understood that the Senate amend
ment appropriating 9250,000 would be
agreed to. It has cropped out that the
Panama Canal Compauy is opposing the
amendment aud they are represented by
Charles Coine their American Secretarv,
located in New York and Hon. Jere Wil
son their counsel at Washington
and is stated that during
his recent European trip Mr. Eads
negotiated the transfer of his ship rail
way enterprises to parties interested in
the Panama Canal scheme, and that he Is
using bis iutluonce to defeat the Senate
THE UTAH BILL.
Law Relating to Marriages Women Not
Washington, D. C, June 19. The
provisions ol the Utah bill, as passed
by the Senate, compel husband or wife toj
testify In all cases ol prosecutions lor
bigamy, attachments to issue without pre
vious subpoena at the discretion ol the
Court. Prosecutions may be begun within;
live years. A marriage ceremony iii
any Territory shall bo certttled lu writing
aud signed by all persons taking part in;
the ceremony, aud bo tiled by tuo officer
or priest officiating lor record. Viola
tion of this provision is punishable by'
lino not to exceed $1,000 and Imprison
ment not more than two years, or by,
both. Every such certificate aud record
shall be open lor inspection, under like'
penalties lor refusal to exhibit. Women
shall not vote in Utah.
The Probate Court is deprived of juris
diction except as to estates, aud guard-;
laushlp ol minors and Insane persons,!
and all laws ol Utah con drains rights of
Inheritance to illegitimate children arc,
annulled; also the laws incorporating'
the "Church ol Jesus Christ of Latterj
Day Saints," and the ordinances of the'
so-called Geueral Assembly of the!
State ol Descret Incorporating the!
church aro annulled. Fourteen trus-;
tees for such institution are to be ap-'
pointed by the President, and the Gen
eral Assembly shall have no power to
chango tho laws respecting the corpora
tion without the approval of Congress.
The Territory is to be rcdistricted so as
to secure equal representation, and uone
but properly qualified citizens ol tho
United States shall vote.
Washington, D. C, Juno 19. Tho
House met in continuation ol Wednes
day's session and resumed consideration
ol tho Pacific Railroad bill. The first?
question was cm tho amendment offered!
by Mr. Thompson to make the aggregate
yearly contribution of tho Central Pacific
Company 05 Instead ol 85 per cent, ol tho,
net earnings, and that ol tho Kansas Pa
cific 45 per cent. Tho amendment was
agreed to. A vote was then taken on tho
minority bill. It was rejected.
Mr. Hewitt (ol New York) moved to
recommit tho bill, with instructions to re
port by tho third Monday in December
the bill by which the sinking funds of tht
compaulos shall be enlarged by additional
payments, so the debt due tho Govern-
mont may bo surely paid at maturity.)
The motion to recommit was rejected.
The bill then passed without division.
Mr. Hopkins, from the Commlttco on
Labor, called up tho bill to prohibit tha
Importation and migration ol foreiguefsi
a0t,iiienS onder couplet to fctfftttty
Calklna Nominated for Governor
oa the FIrat Ballot--Tho
The National Eepublioan Platform En
dorsed and the Party Pledged to the
Support of Its Candidates.
"Other Fellows" Rebuked for Their
Sins of Omission and
TnHI Ann llATviihllnanB.
be bro'liNAi'Oi.i.s. Ind.. Juue 19. The Re-
uiican State Convention was harmoni-
ously organized by the election ol Hon.
Staut'm J. Peelle, Chairman. The com
mittee on resolutions, Coloucl Dick
Thompson, Chairman, reported favorable
fo calling a State Constitutional Conven
tion; points with pride to Republican
history, and endorses the Chicago plat
form and nominees. Reference to the
temperauce question was conspicuously
absent. For Governor, Colonel V. W.
Dudley, W. II. Calkins aud General J.
P. C. Shanks were p uced In nomination.
The Platform-Calkins Nominated.
Isdlvnai'OU), Ind., Juno 19. Tho
j Republican State Convention was called
to order at half past ten by Hon. John
Overmcycr, Chairman of the State Central
Committee. Prayer was offered by Rev.
Dr. Marine of the Central Avenue Metho
dist Church. Hon. Stautou J. Peelle
was elected l'ermauent Preident, and
W. A. IS. Roberts, of Sullivan, Secre
tary. Nomination for Governor was
made the tlrst thing.
The Committee on Resolutions not be
ing ready, lion. Win. H. Calkius, of La
porte, Col. W. W. Dudley, of Wayne,
aud General John P. C. Shanks, of Jay,
were named. The namo of Geueral
G res hum was not presented. Before
the balloting commenced Hon. R. W.
Thompson from the committee, reported
the following platform:
The Republicans ol Indiana in Stato
Convenliou assembled do ratify and adopt
the platform of the recent National Re
publican Convention at Chicago as a com
prehensive aud sufficient declaration of
tbeir faith and purposes In respect of all
questions of National scope aud charac
ter, and they ratify and approve the
nomination of James G. Blaine and John
A. Logan for the ollices of Presideut and
Vice-President of the United States and
pledge to them the united and earnest
support of the Itepubllcan party of In
diana. I. We iudorse wiih pride and satisfac-
ton the pure, able, dlgniuea ana pa
'rlotlc administration of Governor Albert
'i. We favor an appropriation by Ine
. . tdature for the erection of it sultaulo
DKuuuieut to the memory of the loyal and
brave sons oi Indiana who gave their lives
to save the republic.
3. In the lapse of thirty-three years, by
the increase of population and by the
marvelous development of our material
resources and spread Ol intelligence our
State has outgrown tho constitu
tion of 1S51, and we there
fore favor the calling of a conven
tion at as early a day as possible, for the
purpose of framing a new State Consti
tution adapted to the present circum
stances of our great and growing com
monwealth. 4. We favor such changes In tho laws
as shall take the administration of pris
ons aud reformatory, and the benevolent
Institutions of the State out of the do
main of party politics.
5. We regard tho system of priuon con
tract labor as a degrading competition of
the labor of honest citizens aud lavor Its
0. We favor tho enactment and en
forcement of laws for the improvement
of the sanitary conditions of labor, aud
especially for the regulation and ventila
tion of mines, under the supervision of
the police authority of the State.
7. We renew the pledge of our own de
votiou to free, uusectarianpuhllc schools,
and will favor all measures tending to In
crease their efficiency, aud especially such
as will promote usefulness as a prepara
tion for the practical duties of life.
8. The ameudmeut of the Constitution
of the State, which authorized and con
templated the revision of the laws relat
ing to lees and salaries ought not to
remain a dead letter, and we favor the
enactment of such laws as will place tho
labor of public officials upon a basis of
fair compeusatiou lor the services ren
dered. S). Recognizing with gratitudo the ser
vice ol tho Union soldiers In defending
the Government agalust armed rebellion,
we favor a just equalization and adjust
ment ol bounties aud pensions, and a
liberal construction and application ol
all laws granting pensions to tho honor
ably discharged soldiers of the Uuiou
10. We denounce the action of
the Democratic majority lu tho
last General Assembly lu enacting'
laws of a purely partisan character,
whereby experienced, competent and
efficient officials were displaced and mere)
politicians appointed, to the serious ln-j
jury of the benevolent Institutions of thef
Stato; including thoso for tho deaf and:
dumb, insane, blind, the boys' reforma
tory and tho Soldiers' Orphan Dome;
aud In the passago of the Metropolitan
Police bill, by which, In cities of a cer.
tain population, tho control of municipal
affairs Is taken from the citizens con
cerned and placed In the hands ol a ptiN
tlsau State Commissioner.
Hon. W. Cumback lu a brief speech
protested against tho backward step ol
tho Republican party upon the tcmpen
aucc question, contenting himself with
that, Inasmuch as the convention had
determined that no amendments or con
stitutions could either be read or debated,
but must bo referred at once to the com
mittee. The platform was adopted, with
a number of scattering negative votes.
Mr. Calkins was nominated on tho first!
ballot, receiving 594 votes; Dudley, 612;
Shanks, 48, and Thompson, 1. His nomi
nation was made unanimous on motion
ol Mr. Wayne. Mr. Dudley then ap
peared and was heartily greeted, making
Bulphurio Acid Explosion.
Cleveland, O., June 19. The spon
ianoous combustion ol chemicals lelt out
f doors caused a nr at two o'clock this
norulng at March 4 H&r, wood's chemical
The Union Acid Restoring Works wen
damaged about 4,000. Four huudxe'i
carboys ot sulphuric acid exploded
cesslvely, with a uotse like the fir rug ol
. BASIS BAU uuEvme.s.
Sooro of Games Played on Wednesday,
Pittsburgh, Pa. Alleghenys, 6j Louis
Baltimore, Md.Raltlinoro Unions, 13;
Keystones, 9 Baltimores 6; St. Louis,
Philadelphia, Pa.-Athletlcs, 11; Cin
New York Metropolitans, 7; Colum
Provldeuce, It. I. Providences, 15;
New Yosks, 0.
Washington, 1). C Washlngtons, .4;
Cleveland, 0.--Clevelauds, 4; Chl
Boston, Mass. Bostons, 11; Phlladel
Buffalo, N. Y.-Buffalos, 10; De
St. Paul, Minn. Peorias, 6; St.
The Thief Hantrs Himself by His Sus
pender. Pkkix, III., Juue 19. Ferdinand
Plocker, a pensioner, had a Government
check for $1,300 stolen from him on the
night ol the Kith. John Gerret, a bostler,
living here, was suspeeted and locked in
the calaboose yesterday, and last night
he committed suicide by hanging himself
with his suspenders to his cell door,
where he was found this morning.
New York, June 19, Numerous ru
mors aro afloat concerning Commodore
Garrison's alleged failure. The Com
modore was interviewed this afternoon
and said that some railroad paper he
had Indorsed was protested, and he
was consulting his attorney about the
matter. A friend of the Commodore's
states the paper referred to is a note for
fifty thousand dollars, Indorsed by
Garrison and Andrews Brothers, ol the
Standard Oil Co., lor the payment ol a
joint account ol theirs iu a certain pur
chase of the Cleveland, Toledo & Pitts
Shot at a Charivari.
North Anson, Me., June 19. Frank
Walker, a young farmer living lu Emb
den, two and a half miles from here, shot
Albert Daggett, ol Embden, Tuesday
night. Walker was married on Sunday
last and a crowd of young men were ser
enading him at the time. Walker came
to a window aud fired three shots at the
crowd, shooting Daggett through the
stomach. Daggett died yesterday morn
ing. Walker has not beeu arrested.
Convention of W. C. T. XT.
Sedalia, Mo., June 19. The morning
session of the W. C. T. U. was almost
entirely taken up with heavy reports
from the different Unions ol the State.
It is expected the Committee on Resolu
tions will not bo able to report until to
morrow. Covered by Insurance.
B haddocks, Pa., Juue pj. Early this
morning fire destroyed a block ol busi
ness buildings on Main street, Loss
$75,000, and alaiost wholly cov'ercd by
Master Mechanics' Convention.
Lonq Branch, N. J., June 19. The
Master Mechanics' Convention adjourned
to meet at Washington next year.
The Crown Trlucess Victoria is the
happy mother of a son.
Rain at Dubuque, la., interfered with
the military exercises Wednesday.
A secret lithograph press was discov
ered iu Moscow iu full operation.
Sara Bernhardt has signed a seven
years' engagement at a Paris theatre.
Dr. M. Agelbrow, of Minneapolis, was
robbed of 2,700 on a West Shore train.
The combination pool-rooms were al)
closed at Pittsburgh by tho Chief of
The Buckingham statue was unveiled
at Hartford, Conn., with ;,000 militiamen
Hon. Daniel Manning was re-elected
chairman of the New York Democratic
Five out of six of the stove foundries
of Pittsburg and Allegnany City resumed
with non-union men.
John Callahan & Co., wholesale liquors,
Louisville, assigned. Liabilities, $100,
000; assets, 140,000.
The Louisiana Stato Democratic Con
vention adopted resolutions urging the
nomination of Mr. Tildeu for Presideut.
Republicans of the Eighth Iowa Dis
trict renominated by acclamation Hou.
W. P. Hepburn for re-clectlou to Con
gress. Tho Prohibition Stato Convention of
Illinois at Bloomington was attended oy
400 delegates, ouc-tllth of whom were
Five thousand coal miners are on a
strike in the Monongahela Valley, Peun.,
the operators being unwilling to pay tho
By tho breaking of a gravel bargo at
Louisville tweuty men were thrown luto
tho water, ono of whom was drowned
and others injured.
Hon. W. II. English is authority for tho
statement that Hon. Thos. A. Heudricks
is willing to become the Democratic can
didate for Governor of Indiana.
Sidney Dillon resigned tho Presidency
of tho Union Pacific and Charles Francis
Adams was elected to till tho vacancy.
The July dividend Is to be passed.
Tho daughter of a prominent citizen ol
Faribault, Minn., was lound wamrerlng
In a demented couditlon, having tailed In
her school honors after hard study.
Tho Toledo Press Club gave a parting
banquet to Jno. McKlroy, for tenveurs
managing editor of (he Muk, and who
goes to Washington to reside In the fu
ture. The Stato Prohibition Convention ol
Ohio met at Columbus and rellejated the
assertion that there was a farjje count of
the second amendment last year, domi
nations were made..
The polled are raiding the gamblers la
Chicago, 80ft Inmates hsvingbsen atrwl
ed in a place in whicuTfjrfc7toEKn
aid to be Interested, VaMt ptf.
eeiared in an nwrvknt vt l
THE GREAT GERMAN
Relieves and cures
nE AD ACHE, TOOTHACHE,
8ortnei, Cute, Bruiwt,
And sll other bodily tcbes
FIFTY CENTS X BOTTLE.
Sold by all CruerliU and
Dealer. Ulreclluus la U
Tht Charles A. Vogeter Co.
Itanm M A. VOOIUl CO
Baltimore. Md., V, M. A.
From these sources arise three fonrths of
the diseases of the human race. Tliese
symptoms Indicate their exutence : Loss of
Appetite, llowels costive, Sick JUad
ache, rullneaa after eating, aversion to
enrUunof body or mind, Ernetetlon
of food, Irritability of temper, Low
spirits, a feeling of having neglected
some doty, IMzziiicas, Fluttering at the
Heart, Dots before the eve, highly col
ored irrliie, coxsTlPATlorvr and de
maud tho use of a remedy that acts directly
on tho Liver. As a Liver medlolne TUTT'S
PILLS have no equal. Their action on tho
Kidneys and Skin Is also prompt ; removing
all Impurities through these three " scav
engers of the yal.m," producing appe
tite, sound dlgostlon, regular etooU, a clear
skin aud a, vigorous body. TIJTT'9 PILLS
cause no nausea or griping nor Interfere
with dally work and aro a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
nE PEELS LIKE A NEW MAW.
"1 have had Dyspepsia, with Constipa
tlon.two yenrs, and nave tried ten different
1 -.o v jiuio, mil. urc tuo uruc
that have done me any good. Tbey have
cleaned me out nicely. My appetite la
splendid, food digests readily, and I now
havo natural posnges. I feel like a new
man." W. D. EDWARDS, Palmyra, o.
Boldeverywliere.ark). Offlce,4i Murray 3t.,N.T.
TUTT S HAIR DYE.
Gray IIaib oa Whiskers changed In
stantly to a'Uix)asY Black by a slnglo np.
plication of ttiia Dvis. Sold by Druggists,
gr sent by express on receipt of f 1. v
Office, 44 Murray Street, New Vorkv,
TUTT'S MANUAL OF USEFIl RECEIPTS FBEF.
XIIE BEST THING KX01F2T
In Hard or Soft, Hot or Cold Water.
RATK9 LAliOIt, TIMK and SOAP AMAfc
lN'OLY, ami Rives untvenml atlfactlou. HQ
family, rich or poor, should be without it.
Bold by all Orocers. BEWA UK of Imitations
woll designed to mislead. I'EAUMNE is ttis
ONLY SAKE liibor-savlnK Comiiouud, and 0
WO beam the above symbol, and utune 01
JAUE3 l'YLE. HEW YORK.
EIck Hrsrinche and relieve all tho troubles Inci
dent to a bilious state of the system, such at Dia
t Incsa, Nausea, Drowsiness, Distress after eating.
Fain in the Side, &c. While their most ruar.
able success has beta shown In curing
neanftchP.yetCartor'sLlttlo Liver PUliMqnsll
valuable in Constipation, curing and preventing
this annoying complaint, while they also correct
all disorders of the stomach, stimulate the liver
aud regulate the bowels. Even IX they only ouwd
Ar tie thry would be almost priceless to theft Who
suffer from this distressing complaint; but forttt
natsly their goodness does not cud here, and those
who onco try them will find theso little pUlt valu
able In so many ways that they w lnot be willing
to do without tacm. But after all lick bead
Is thebsno of po many lives that here Is where ws
mke our great beaut, u P cur It while
Others do not.
carter's littlo Lirrt Mis are very small an
very tas y to taka. One or two pills make s dose.
They ore strictly vtwtsblo sua do not gripe or
purge, but by their gentle sctlon please all who
tisotliem. lnvialsalScents; five for II. 8ol4
by drugk'lstst)YurywUcrc,or sent by mail, ,
CARTER MEDICINE CO.. New York-
Delivered at CAIRO, HL
at tho FOLLOWING PRICES:
Ft. bottom. Ft. stave. Capacity gals. Tries.
C x 8 1450 $24.00
6x0 1G30 28.00
7 x 8 2000 32.00
7 x 9 2250 36.00
7 x 10 2500 40.00
Those tan'ks aro mads of CLEAR CYPRESS, 1k
Inches thlek, securely hooped and are WATJta
YIOUT. Thoy aro
Shipped whole and ar wall brftoed
to prswnt their being racked ot broken U DaiA
ling. Estimates rarslshe4 tel. i
Tanks of any Biiso. ' .
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