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(JAIUO, ILL., b UN DAY MORNING, JUNE 22, KHU, .
5 or PA
IWKlMATISM and MXKALUIA have
long enough run riot in the human
They have tormented the human family ana
defied the medical faculty j from tuiio out of memory
tliey huvo corrupted tho blood, demoralized tlio joints,
vexed tlio nnrvm, amulzed tho tuuitdca aud rucked
the brain with wearying pultt.
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WKDNESDA . JunoW
Train will Icavo Cairo J:l" V. M., and arriving
lu Chicago ti:l P. M. of the name day. Fare to
Chicago and returuv
Tho summer runnlnij meeting of thu Chicago
Driving Park wt I be held June '.0th to -.Stli In
clusive, nresentliur, iintiKiial attractions to thOKe
intereited. Kvery one should tuko this opportu
nity to vleit Chicago.
t Tickets are good to return on my through
tram leaving Chicago up to and Including the
evening train of Monday, July 7th.
K. T. ,1 EFFKKY, lien. Supt.
J. F. MKUUY, Gen. Wetom Pass Agt-
A. II. IIANSON, (ien. l'a-'Agt.
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA C'LAIiKSON, Agent.
No. 30 Hth St., Cairo, 111.
IVUood Stock and Price Keatonable.wCl
WHY DID HE DO IT?
Speculation as to What Lod Oor
nollua K. Garrison to
tis It Really a Shortage if Cash to Meet
His Oreditors, or a Fear of Prob
able Adverse Decifiions?
The Cummodore Said by His Friends to
be Acting From the Highest
Kkw Yokk, Juno 21. Mr, Garrison was
at his olliee yesterday, but tlecliuctl to
talk about his affairs, further thau refer
Inquirers to his deed of assignment anil
to Mr. Terry.
Mr. Terry sahl that he coulrd say very
little about the Coinmodor's affairs, bav
ins just taken possession. Friends who
professed to know more about them than
himself had formed the opinion that, as
compared with the a.tots, the liabilities
were snlall. The amount, it is said, will
depend upou how much he will be called
upon to put up for his indorsements, and
upon the result ol suits now pending
afftiinst hitu. The amount of his notes
outstanding ant the amount for whleh
he ha.s indorsed are, it is said, as yet un
known fp-mutitles. Mr. 'Jerry put Mr.
IkorgeJ. Forrest, an old friend ami as
sociate ol Mr. Girrison, in charge of the
Commodore's olliee, aud to-day the two
begau an examination of the affairs, with
the view of preparing a schedule. Tho
securietles of the ucw Ohio Koad, in
which tho Commodore is interested, have
not bexn hypotlieeat'.'d. It is reported
thnt wiihiu a very short time Mr. Gar
rison endeavored to borrow several hun
dred thousand dollars cash from Mr.
(ijuld, Judife Hilton and W. If. Vander
bilt. NKWS OF HIS SCSPK.NSION
was a surprise to Wall street, and while
it did not appear to affect any particular
stock, It was evidently an iulluence luthe
market iu that cotiDtreuce received a
shock in the embarassmeut of so wealthy
a capitalist. So Jar as can be learned,
the Commodore has not had any interest
in the market for a long time. He had
devoted w hat remained to him of time to
his railroad schemes. Regarding the
claims of two stock houses that
appear in the list of preferences, the
members of the lirm of T. W. l'earsall &
Co. said Mr. Garrison did not owe
them a dollar. Somo of his securi
ties had been left with them for the ac
count of another person. At the oHice of
Lames i Moore it was said their claim
a.'iin-it the Commodore was a contingent
one that could not amount to more than
.'o,iju0,and was not incurred on his own
behalf. The principal suits pending
ag.iinst the Commodore are those of
l'etcr Marie to recover the value of
M-wral millions of Missouri Pacille Rail
loa 1 stock, and the suit ot a contractor,
who built a part of the Wheeling & Lake
i.ile Kord, to recover something over
1, OOOJoo of the securities of the com
pany, which he claims were to
be given him in payment for
his work. It was intimated in Wall
street that Mr. Garrison's assignment
niisht not be disconnected with the pos
sible results of those suits aud the claims
that might be brought against him on oc
countofhis Indorsements. Mr. John S.
Tvrry, the assignee, said to a correspond
ent that beyond the fact that there had
been an assignment, he was unable to
sive any inforntation,at present. "There
has been no schedule of the assets or lia
bilities, but Mr. Garrison's friends say a
surplus of several millions will remain
alt.-r all claims have been paid off, and I
have no reason to doubt this statement.
Mr. Melville C. Day of Xo. 2
Wall street is a son-in-law of the Com
modore, and for a long time haa been
his contldcntial legal adviser. The as
signment was made because of the Com
modore's iluaucial embarrassment. The
causes were the railroad notes which he
had indorsed. He Is a large holder of
railroad securities, but so much of his
assets are tied up that they are not
marketable. Mr. Day said further that
it was a matter of opinion as to the ef
fect of the assignment on the various
litigations to which the Commodore is a
party. That it would have some effect
a ca errors ,ii'jh;e.
II 3 is Determined Not to Commit
the Wrong: Man.
Nkw York, Juno 21. John C. Rhine
land, who shot Lawyer Drake yester
day, was arraigned at the Tombs To
lice Court tlls morning. The Judge re
fused to commit him until Drake
should Identify him, and the detectives
took Khinelauder to Roosevelt Hos
pital, but Drake was sleeping after a
restless night and the Superintendent
refused to allow hint to bo disturbed.
Rhinelandcr will be taken later this after
neon to be identiiied by him.
I MI I'M AX THE ATM EXT.
A Small-pcvx Patient Abandored to Die
in a Hay Shed.
M.utoon, 111., June 21, A week ago
Michael Sweeny attempted suicide with
a razor, but failed. He was then taken
to the County poor farm where he has
been seked with a bad case of small-pox.
He was next takeu out to a hay shed aud
left there to die. The doctors are afraid
of the case and no uurso has been cm
ployed. A Happy Family-A Woman'i Wav.T
riiiLADKLiiiiiA, r.., June 21. On June
12th, James Dehan, a candidate for Select
Council, engaged lu a drunken quarrel
With. his wife. Mrs. Deban struck him
on tho head with a heavy pitcher. En
raged, he struck her in the nbdoman.
She died this morning. Dehan lies in the
hospital with a fractured skull. The
woman made an ante-mortem statement
exonerating Dehan of all biame for the
A'.trtnpt to Rescue an Ohio River Lum
Ckukho, W. Va., June 21. A serious
coiullLionof affairs exist9 In this town.
V n- s long period tho Ohio River has
b.-t n li.feted with lumber pirates, whoso
n o K' of living is stealing logs. A sher
iff s posse, Thursday, managed to cap
ture Newell Stephens, from tho Ohio
side, the chief of tbo gang, and
locked him up lu tbo town jail. Last
ifihL '.Tl.?Jfmr!l..JjBSll- 'Msa.qltetLtho
jail and after a sharp light was re
pulsed. Relieving a rescue would be at
tempted the jail was strougly guarded by
citizens. The attacking party suffered
some loss, judging by tho marks on tho
ground, but In the darkness managed to
carry off their Injured comrades. Tho
neighborhood Is full of suspicious look
ing strangers, aud it Is feared a further
combined attack by larger forces is con
templated. The citizens are all under
Memphis Burglars Captured.
Mkmpiiis, Tkn.w, Juno 21. The police
have arrested John II. Webster, alias
John Dean, claiming to hall from St.
Louis; Charles Rodell, alias Smith; Tom
Wilson, alias Turuey, and Harry Forres
ter, four white men, who have committed
a succession of daring burglaries hero
during the past two weeks. They own
up and the greater part of the booty has
Hf.cvku Fails, IV, June 21. Fire
broke out at an early hour this moruiug
in the general store of Michaels, Ed
wards & Co., on Main street, and swept
away nearly every building in the block
und for a time threatened a large portion
of the town. The total loss will not be
less than 825,0i0; insurance, $10,000.
The origin of the lire is a mystery.
Bliss' Hand Again.
Wasiumhon, D. C, June 21. Before
the Springer, Committee this morning
Henry A. Willard, member of tho Hutch
inson Grand Jury in the Star-route cases,
testided that Iiliss promised to produce
Price as a witness. He also expected
Walsh to appear. Messrs. H. O. Kd
mundson, II. Clay Stewart, Henry Setup
ker and George Trusdale, also members
of the Hutchinson Grand Jury, corrob
orated Willard's statement, and testify
ing further that Bliss gave them to un
derstand that Trice's testimony was ma
terial for Kellogg's indictment.
Jas. Colgrove, mail contractor, testified
that his name was submitted three differ
ent times to the Grand Jury, and during
the pendency of one of the cases his
counsel, Judge Key, saw Mr. Ker, of the
Government counsel, respecting Col
grove's case, and in conversation Ker
said that upon Colgrove paying ?5,000
his case would be dropped. Adjourned
Washington, 1). C, June 21. During
the month of May there arrived lu the
customs districts of Baltimore, Boston,
Detroit, Fort Huron, Minnesota, New Or
leans, New York, l'assamaquoddy, Phila
delphia and San Francisco, 91,741 passen
gers of whom 82,51 were Immigrants,
5,490 citizens of the United States re
turned from abroad, and 3,i7fi aliens not
Intending to remain lu the United
States. (Jf this total number of immi
grants, there arrived from England and
Wales, 6,735; Ireland, 14,103; Scotland,
!v.t; Austria, 2,224; Bohemia, 1,5H'J;
Belgium, 12:1; Denmark, l,y2S; France,
fU0; Germany, 28,270; Hungary, 1,303;
Italy, 3,105: Netherlands, 70i; Norway,
4, ;';(; Russia, l.siH; Poland, i,218;
Sweden, 5,45:; Switzerland, 1,20;
Dominion of Canada, 5,st;0; aud from
all other countries, t;0.
Washington, D. C, June 21. A ques
tion arose regarding the reference of the
House bill amending the Thurnian act.
Mr. Van Wyck moved to refer it to the
Pacille Railroads Committee, judging
from Its action the other day that the
Judiciary Committee would take no ac
action on a question of this kind. Mr.
Van Wyck, proceeding, made allusion to
the action of the House on this bill. The
Chairman called him to order, and stated
nis intention hereafter of enforcing tho
rule requiring a Senator to take his seat
when out of order and not proceed unless
a motion to that effect is made. On mo
tion of Senator Pendleton the Senator
from Nebraska was permitted to proceed
Mr. Beck questioning the Chairman's
ruling, elicited the further assurance that
this rule w ill be henceforth enforced.
It was understood on the tloor that cer
tain Democratic Senators were going to
attack the Judiciary Committee because
I its compromise with the Uuion Pacille.
Senator Van Wick, proceeding, en
deavored to show that the Judiciary
Committee was unduly solicitous about
the interests of the road. He also
charged the Interior Department with
questionable transactions regarding tho
Pacille roads. He said the Union Pacitlc
detled all legislation, and it was a dis
grace to the Nation if Congress submit
ted to it. The action of the Judiciary
Committee had only bee u learned through
tho newspapers. He strenuously pro
tested against such a course. It ap
peared that the railroad not only owned
the country but had an immense hold on
the Senate Judiciary Committee.
He charged that the Union Pacitic has
been run for years for the money they
could make by gambling in its stocks and
that stock was worthless, and gamblers
had subjected theyouuger Adams to just
such a bunko game as was played on his
father a year ago.
Mr. Garland defended the Committee's
Mr. Hoar said the committee stood
ready to promptly take all necessary
meusures for enforcing the Thurmau act,
and upou representations that it was
their intention to manage the road
in ttio future so as to pay its in
debtedness to the Government the com
mittee had deemed it politic to pass the
resolutions iu the belief that it would ad
vance tho public luterest and placo the
road on a better footing to discharge its
After further talk, Van Wyck with
drew his motion and tho bill went to the
Immediately after the reading of tho
journal began a struggle for rrecedenco.
Stockslngcr's motion to resume tho
consideration of tho publlc.buikliug bills
Tucker, in tho interest of tho revcuuo
bill, moved to dispense with the morn
ing hour; motion rejected.
Mr. Slocum (of Pontt.) submitted tho
roport ot tho Committee of Conforonco
on tho shipping bill, which was adopted.
The House recedes from its frco ship
clause and tho Seuato from Its provisions
for subsidies to steamships with the
proviso of relieving them from com
pulsary carrying of malls or refusal oi
clearance until tbo malls aro on board
tfWrJiirlliJsaS, , ,
AN AWFUL THREAT
Partly Oarrlod Out by the Murdor
of a Mother (ind
The Whole Family to Have Been Killed,
But the Mother and Children Es
caped by Plight.
An Improbable Story of a Dream Con
cocted to Cover a Dark
St. Paul's Tragedy.
St. Paul, Minn., Jane 21. Mrs. Coch
ura, the wife of the man who killed his
mother-in-law, stabbed his sIstcr-Lu-law
and the committed suicide, first learned
of the crime on her return yesterday,
she having fled tho night before to save
her life. She ' was married to Cech
uta in Canada niuo years ago,
being his third wife. She says
her life has boon made iutoterable
by Ill-treatment, aud that within the past
two weeks he had threatened to kill the
entire family. In addition to the letter
to his children aud one to members Ol the
Knlnhts of Honor, was otie to the Court
of St. Paul In regard to his papers, and
the disposition of f 2,000 lodge money,
also requesting that the children Ire
placed in some institution where they
would be well educated.
HE IJUEAMJ1 IT,
But the Neighbors Believe There Was a
Wiikki.ing, W. V..,June 21. A curi
ous incident occurred In Barbour County
several days ago. Mrs. Jacob Campbell,
a young married lady, mysteri
ously disappeared. She had gouo
out, presumably for a walk, one
evening by herself and failed
to return. The country was searched,
but no traces of her found. Her brother-in-law
for three night previous to her dis
appearance had dreamed that he had seen
her body in a deep hole In the river near
the bank. This was searched, but noth
ing discovered until yesterday, when a
boy tishing came across the body lu the
spot described. It was wedged in
among a lot of roots, several feet below
the surface. Her family assert that it was
a cose of suicide, and that she was de
mented. The neighbors, however, tell a
very different story, and state that she
was mixed up in a sad scandal hlcu
caused a suspicion Qf foul play to be en
tertained. The statement of the family
is not believed.
BASE BALL BREVITIES.
Score of Games PUyad on Friday
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis Unions, 5;
Boston, Mas. Botsons, 6; Nationals,
Pittsburgh, Pa. Columbus, 0; Alle
Baltimore, Md. Baltlmores, 7; Key
How They Stand.
The following tables show the standing
of the various Association and League
Clubs up to and Including June 20:
Metropolitans 2 y
Louisvilles tt 10
St. Louis 21 U
Athlotiia 28 l;
Kdltliuores 20 1:1
Ciiicimmtts 20 13
Columbus 21 l.i
Brooklyns 15 I'.i
Pittsburgh 11 2.1
Toledo 10 2.1
Indianapolis S 'St
W'ashingtous 7 25
Ht. Louis 25 i
Huston pi i
Baltimore IS l;
Chicago 20 PI
Cincinnati IT 15
Washington !l 23
Philadelphia tl 2t)
Kansas City 1 6
New York 21
Cleveland n PI
The Female Pedestrians Hearing the
End of Their Toilsome Tramp.
Baltimore, Md., June 21. Following
was tho score at noon to-day in the
female pedestrian match: Howard, 329
miles C laps; Tobias, 313 miles 7 laps;
Anderson, 2i)i miles 0 laps; Kilbury, 2'J0
miles; Woods, 191 miles 7 laps; Massl
cott, 109 miles; Martou, 142 miles 1 lap;
and Mabel, 12$ miles 10 laps.
Kilbury and all of them will make a
place by doing the necessary 300 miles.
Massicott got a sore foot, and had to
give up tho contest. The insufferable
heat drove tho remainder to the woods.
Morton, Mabel and Thompson aro off the
track. Tho winner will get half the
gato money, which amounts to quite
a Ilgure. The race ends at 10:35 to
night. As there is no doubt as to
the winner, intercut is now centered in
tho contest between Douglass, the fa
vorite of tho spectators, and Tobias.
Douglass is pretty and her rival Is tho
opposite, hence the Interest.
A Band of Indians Raid a Government
Store at Battleford.
Winnipeg, Man., June 21. !i dispatch
from Battleford says the Indians on the
Pound Makers' Reserve seised and beat a
Government olllclal, and brake into tho
Government storo and stole the provis
ions. About fifty mouutcd police wire
sent from Battleford to arrest them, but
were set at defiance and a fight was ex
pected. Tho people of Battleford are
greatly alarmed and have organlad and
armed themselves for getf-defense. No
arrests have been made as ret.
The Crooks Murder Mystery.
Shf.lbyvtllb, III., June 21. The ei
cltement over the Crooks murder ffijfs
tcry is still at fern pitch. SkiDad de
tectives aro now upon tho scttta
and this adds renewed zost to
tlw Jny&stllpn, ...JNtSJLPIPl
has the slightest bearing upou the case !
will be carefully sifted to thtt bottom. At
the) Coroner's request, Drs. Western-It
and Pennell took the head of the murdered
until, aud, by a chemical process, dcnudud
the hrokeu skull aud fractured axis verte
bra;, so they could be used as evidence
before tho Coroner's Jury. These ghast
ly relics will bo preserved as testimony
a alnat the assassin should ho be appre
hended. The coroner's Jury resumed tho
case behind closed doors at tho Court
hjuscthls afternoon. Just what trail
sallied before them it Is Impossible to as
certain, but it is understood that im
portant developments wero reached.
They rendered a verdict at 5 p. ra. to tho
ellect that Crooks came to his death by
reason of blows received ou tho head and
neck, directed by a person or persons to
them uuknowu, but in their opinion, in
stigated by the thought of robbery.
Payne's Deep Design.
Ci.iiVKLA.Ni, O., Juue 21. Since tho
publication of ex-Governor Tilden's let
ter of withdrawal, the supporters of the
Hou. Henry B. Payne, Senator-elect,
have been working hrd in push
ing his claims as the Democratic
candidate for tho Presidency, lload-
ley's friends have been similarly engaged
in pushing thnir man for second place on
the ticket. Judge U. P. Spaufdiug, an
Intimate friend cf Mr. Payne, said yes
terday that as it was plain to the
Senator-elect that as Ohio could not
have both places on the ticket lie had
determined to withdraw and throw his
strength for Cleveland. Jadge Spaulding
further states that it has been the ambi
tion of Mr. Pavnc to obtain tho otllco
of Secretary of tho Treasury, should tho
Democrats succeed in electing their can
didate, and with this object in view
his friends bad a conference with tho
supporters of Hoadley hi this city on
Tuesday, and an agreement was reached
ny which Payne's following will en
deavor to bring about tho nomination of
Cleveland and support Hoadley lor tho
v icc-rresluency. These statements have
been confirmed by Colouel Oliver Payne,
the son of the Senator. He states that
his father has withdrawn from the light
for the Democratic nomination, and that
he himself will use all his energy to nom
inate New York's Governor.
Couldn't Stand Prosperity.
Lawiiknck, Kas., June 21. In 1S70
James Cosey and his w ife were picking
rags in the streets of St. Louis. For
tune favored them, and iu a short time
he was the proprietor of a junk shop
uear ihe levee. Eight years ago they
came to Lawrence, Cosey !elng worth
about 15,000 at that time. Everything ho
touched seem to turn into gold, and in
five years he possessed not less thau $40,
ooO. But in whisky was his ruin. Pros
perity was too much for him, and he be
gan to go down. Iu six months he squan
dered nearly half his fortune. During
one of his debauches he was arrested
and $11,000 in cash wero found
upon his erson. At last a guardian
was appointed for him, aud about a year
ago he dlttd ol delirium tremens, leav
ing the remnants of his fortune to his
wife, who since that time has beeu
treading the path ot her husband. Thurs
day she died of dropsy. Her last request
was that three bottles of whisky be
placed in her collin, "'for," she said, "I
suppose I can't get any down where I am
Washington, D. C, June 21. There
being a deficiency of $150,000 for revemio
agents, storekeepers and gaugcrs,
which Congress has refused to make
good, Commissioner Evans yesterday
notiiiodall such ollicers that their pay for
services reudfred during June will de
pend upon the euturo action of Congress.
ITrisiu itGii, Pa., June 21. The oil
market Is excited. Opened at 55 but Im
mediately dropped to 63. It is reported
that one sale was made at 50.
Governors of two of tho Belgian prov
inces have resigned.
liradstreet's reports a better general
tone of trade throughout the United
The Fontiane collection of art treas
ures brought in Loudon at an auction
General Superintendent Breed of the
St. Paul& Duluth Railroad has tendered
The joint executive committee of the
trunk lines extended the old passenger
pool tj August 1.
Articles of Incorporation were granted
at Jefferson City, Mo., to the Supreme
Lodge of the Knights of Honor.
The Mormon press coudtmns the Utah
bill just passed by Congress as cruel,
harsh, unjust, revolutionary, etc.
Gardner & Gates, cotton factors, Mo
bile, A Fa., made an assignment. Liabil
ities, 105,000; assets estimated at $230,
Miss Mary A. OUpbaut, seventeen
years of ago aud daughter of a miulster
at Orrsburg, Mo., hanged herself iu a
A family of emigrants in Shelby Coun
ty, 111., brought small-pox with them,
and seven neighbors are down with the
In a wrestling match for $500 a side,
at Cincinnati, bctweeu Muldoonand Dun
can C. Ross, the former was declared tho
The American party (a branch of the
Prohibitionists) In National Convention
at Chicago nominated ex-Senator Pomeroy
Bisinan-k entertained at a parliamentary
luncheon the Cabinet ministers and mem
bers of the Bundesrath aud Reichstag,
nud tho Princess at the same time enter
tained the ladies.
Hon. John F. Lewis, ex-Uultcd States
Senator, and at present Lieutenant-Governor
of Virginia under tho Mahono
regime, was thrown from a sulky aud
received Injuries thought to be fatal.
Importaut arrests wero made at Berlin
In connection with an Incendiary con
spiracy thought to have ramifications
iu America, und diplomatic action with
the United States will bo taken If the re
port be true.
At the Dubuque military encampmeut
tho Tredway Rifles of St. Louis received
second prize In the Infantry drill, and the
Branch Guards the third prize, both
totopanies having been excelled by the
Mobile (Ala.) Rifles for the first placo.
An amendment to tho civil appropria
tion bill provides on certain conditions
that 1500,000 shall bo appropriated to
promote the "proposed exposition of
agricultural and mechanical abilities of
the colored races of the world at Chicago,
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Baltimore, Md., IT. . A.
r .and MALARIA.
From tuoso sources ariao three fonrths Of
the diseases of tho human race. These
symptoms Indicate their existence . Lou ol
Appstlte, Bowels costive, Hick Ilcad
ache, fuUneas after eating, aversion to
eiartion of body or mind, Eructation
of food, Irritability of temper, Low
Pirita, feeling of having neglected
some duty, l'lzziiieas, Fluttering at the
Heart, Iu before tha eyei, highly col
ored irlne, toaiSTIPATIONr and de
mand tho uso of a remody that acts directly
on the Liver. AsaLlver medicine TCTT'S
11 UVH have no e.-pial. Their action on tho
Kidneys and Skin la also prompt; romovinst
all impui-ities through these three irav
iiii7ra nf tl... nw,,i,1.inn n
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tlte, sound digestion, regular stools,, a clear
skin and a vigorous body. TCTT'S PIIXH
iiiiiTO no nausea or griping nor Interfere,
With niltlv u-nrk nml nvn n ru..,-
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
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HE FEELS LIKE A SEW HAN.
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tlon.two years, ami have tried ten dilTerent
kinds of pills, und Tl'TT'S are the first
that have dono me any good. They hava
cleaned mo out nicely. My appetite la
splondid, food digests readily, and I now
have natural pa-sHttes. I feel like a new
man." W. I). EDWARDS. Palmvra. O- s
RuU eTerywhero,25c. Officc-H Murray 8t.,N.Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Ghat Uaik ok Whiskers changed lu
staiitly to a Glossy Hlack by a single, ap
plication of this Dye. Sold y Druggists,
or sent by express ou receipt of $ I.
Office, 41 Murray Street, New York,
TUTT'S MANtfAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FREF.
TUE BEST TIIIXG KXOlFtf
In Hard or Soft, Hot or Cold Water.
RAVES LABOR, TIME and SOAP AMAZ
INGLY, ami Kives univemul natiHlnctlou, HQ
family, rich or poor, should bs without it.
Sold bv all Grocers. UEWA RK of Imitations
well (leaiKiie'l to mislead. PKARLINB Is ths
ONLY HAr'E lulnir aavinn compound, and Sin
TJUi'i Learn the above symbol, ami uaiue ot
JAUE9 I'YLE. SEW YUKK.
Bick Ilrtirlacho and relieve all the troubles Inel
Cnt to a bilious state of the system, such as Diz
tiness, Kansea, Drowainenn, Distress after eatinir.
Pain in thu Side, Ac. While their moat RolsrE
able iuccss has been shown in caring
ncarkr hr-.Tct Carter'eLltUc Liver Pills are frraallw
valuable in ConstiDation. enrintr and Dreventiiiir
this annoying complaint, while they also correct
all ditwrdiT ot the stomach, stimulate the liver
aud rqjulate the bowels. Uvea U they only Cured
kfhf they wnnld ncalmoot priceless to thosj wha
suffer from this Uistrceoiug complaint ; but forta
nately tueircoodncssdoea notMidhi'ro,andtbosi .
who onco try them will find these dittle pills valu
able in so many ways that they wllnot be mOlmn
to uo Vt'iUJOUt lutm. DUbsiiuraiiiitu"
Is thefcano cf to many lives that here is where we
mako our prcat LomU Our puis coca It While
Others doni'L . . ,
Carter's Littlo Llrcr Tills are very ttnall ana
very easy to taki. One or two pills makes dose.
m...w atrirtlv vei'etAbln And do not crrine op
purpo, but by their gentlo action please all who
uauthctn. lavialsotaScents; five for II, Bold
cy urugt'ia'S vvcxy wuuv, ot ivut uy uuuu t
CARTER MEDICINE C0..2few York
Delivered at CAIRO, HI.,
at tlio FOLLOWING TRICES:
Ft. bottom. Ft stave. Capacity gals. Trie.
0x8 1450 $24.00
6 x 9 1630 23.00
7 x tl 2000 32.00
7x1) 2250 36.00
7 x 10 2500 40.00
These tanks are made of CLKAR CYPRR93, XK
Inrhes thlrk, seeurely hooped aud srs WATKS
1'IUJIT. They are
Shipped wholenml tire well braced
to prevent their belns racked or broken la kand-llUK-
Kstlmatet furnished for
Tanks of any Slr.f.
a. niaas tc imcs,
217 Dolord St., New Orleans, La.
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