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CAIRO, ILL., WEDNESDAY MOKNINU, JUNK 25, 11M.
Atblopbobob U a novel word to most
people who slU the Knk-Ush lan-uair. The
areola used It cetiturie -o, Uieaunur by it
Athlopdobos id the first and only
medicine which Laa carried off the
prize as the perfect remedy for Kheu
niatigm and Neuralgia.
like two relentless tyrants they have tor
Wee held their lufferUin victims la au lrou
grip. These poor tufferere have been as slave
la the power of their oppressor.
AniLopnoRos has entered the arena, en
med in conflict with the mounters, end woo the
victory. As the ootnpetitor lu the Onx-un
iranie ot old could win only by the nioet severe trtuU
of ability end enduranoe, eo ATHLomoao dm wou
the priie, not atone by giving temporary relief, but
by brlofftmr an endurhur cure, aa well, to thow win)
hare differed the excruciating' ifoniee ot 11imihi.
ATiuopnoHos U a novelty, not only
in name, but in its elements. It is un
like any preparation yet introduced.
ATBLoruoKos acta on the blood, muscles
and Joint, removing the polaon and add from
the blood, came them out of the system.
ATHLoraoBoe la put up with consummate
ti ill, and contain nothing that can poadUy
harm the moat delicate countitutioo.
Now, do you want to suffer on and on 7
or do yon want to be well f
"Athlophoros" WILL Cure You
If you cannot get AniiorHOBos of your drug
gist, we will send It ez press paid, on receipt of
n gular prlce-one dollar per bottle. We prefer
that you buy It from your druggist, but If ho
hasn't it, do not be persuaded to try tomethlhg
ebie, but order at once from us aa directed,
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WILL ST., NEW YORK.
Bmokeri of Blai kwrU'e Genuine
Dull Durham Binuamg Tobacco will
receire Premiums aa folluwa on
tonus and condition her sici8I
1st pm. $5,000
3d " $1,000
other Premium aa her shown.
The premiums will be awarded
December Cm let Premium
to the person from whom we re.
ort re the laxgwit n umber of our em pty
tnbaoro batrs prtono 15. 2d wlU
be given fur the neit lanraet number
and thin. In the order of the number
of empty bwi received from each,
to the twenty Are laoreMful con
testant Each hag must lr onr
ongtual Bull Durham label. V. R.
Revenne tump, and Caution Notice,
libra mint be 6Voe np securely In a
package, with name and address of
sender, and nnmher ot bag contain
ed, plainly marked en the outside,
and mnst be tent, charges prepaid, to
Hlarkwell' Durham Tobarre
Co., DriHiM, N 0. Every genuine
packvi- but picture of Bull.
See onr next enuuuncemenl
0. W. HENDERSON,
No. 194 Commercial Ave.,
Sole Agent fui the Celebrated
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
Builder' Hardware and Carpenters' Tool, Tab 'e
and Pocket Cutlery, best In the market. Ktjer
Bro.' Plated Knives, Forks and Spoons, Untune
Iron Ware. IJerlla Earthenware, vVMe Mountain
Freezers, Water Coolers, RufrlKerators, Clothe
Wringer, Crown Fluter. Step Ladder, Garden
Implement, Golden Star Oil Hlovee- best in the
world, Lamp of every description. Klein Oil,
Carpet Hweepers, Feather Duster. Brooms. Win
dow Screen Wire Cloth, Full supply ol Fishing
The above t rock bottom price?.
Corner 12th and Commercial Avenne, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. 12.
: OP TUB SEASON, TO ::
Illinois Central 11. K.
VVEDNESDA, June 25
Train will loave Cairo 9:1! A. M.. and arriving
ta Chicago 6:30 P. M. of the lame day. Fare to
Chicago ana return,
.:. $7.50 it:
The snmmor running moetlng of the Chicago
Drlrliin I'ark wl 1 be held June SOth to KHth In-
clnalve, presenting unusual attraction to those
interested, icvery one inouiu tate tuie opponu
nit to visit Chicago.
ty-Tlcket are good to rotnrn on any through
tram leaving Chicago np to ana inciuuing ine
evening train of Monday, July 7th.
B. T. JEFFBRY, Oen. Snpt.
J. F.MKKHY, Oen. Western Ps Agt
A. II. 11ANS0N, Oon. Past Agt.
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CLARK80N, Agent.
No. 30 8th St., Cairo, III.
tVQood Stock and Piled Reasonable..
THE MISSOURI DEMOCRACY.'
Meeting of the State Conven
tion in St. Loula Yea
torday. Martin L. Olardy Temporary Chairman
Permanent Organization Effected
and Roles of Ordtr Adopted.
The Body Addressed by Mayor Ewing,
Who Tenders Them the Cour
tesies of the City,
8r. Louu, Mo., June 24. The Demo
ctatic State Convention assembled la the
St&udard Tueatro this moruiug at cloven
o'clock for the purpose ot electing four
dclegutes-at-large and four alternates to
the National Convention, which meets at
Chicago, July 9.
Martin F. Clardy was named by Chair
nan O'Day as temporary chalrmaq. Ho
came forward amidst immense applause,
and addressed the convention in a neat
speech which was well received and fre
A "Stat Spangled Banner" interlude
followed Mr. Clardy's speech.
The full lbt ot temporary officers was
now announced by Mr. O'Day, after
wbkh Dr. Shield, of Marlon, moved that
the Convention proceed to the uatnlng of
Its committees on permanent organiza
tion, order ot business and rules, which
wag done, the result of the committee's
deliberation appearing lu the following,
taken from the reports of the committee :
President, thus. E. Peera, of Warren
County; Seeretary, Nicholas Bell, of
St. Louis; Assistants, Win. L. 1'iUger
ald, ot St. Louis; K. T. O'Kear, of Sa
line; Walter L. MoKutire, of St. Louis;
C. L. Horiuc, of Jefirsuu County, and
W. L. Mitchell, of Cedar; Sergeant-at-arms,
J. W. Booth, with power to ap
point his own assistants.
The following Vlow-Pteeldents wore ap
pointed by the committee:
First DUtriot George V. Easley, ot
Third Wstrlct-J. T. Child, of Ray
Fourth District B. McD. Coffey, of
Fifth District Cary Elliott, of John
son. Sixth District-Ell Tenter, of Boone.
Kichth Elstrlct Judge Hyatt, of St.
Ninth District W. F. Boyle St. Louis.
Tenth District A. N. DeMenil of St.
Eleventh Distrlct-J. li. Edwards of
Thirteenth District M. E. Benton of
Fourteenth District F. M. Wells of
OKbKR OV BUSINESS.
1. Tbs Committer, on Permanent Or
gaoraatlon reooiqmon4 that all resolu
tions be referred to the Committee on
lirsoluttons without debate.
2. The election of district delegates
will be announced.
3. The election of delegates-at-large.
4. Boport bt the Committee on Iteso
lotions. In General The rules of the last Gen
eral Assembly, aa far aa applicable, are
to be made the rules of this convention.
Nominating speeches shall not exceed tn
minutes in length; responding speeches,
Counties shall be called in alphabetical
order; In the city the wards shall be
called in numerical order.
Mayor Kwing was Introduced to the
body, and in behalf of the citisens of St.
Louis, who havo provided a geoefous en
tertainment for the meohers ot the con
vention, delivered the following address
of welcome, being frequently cheered:
"In behalf of the people of St. Louis,
regardless of party fealty and affiliations,
Ibid you welcome. You will meet, at
the hands of the representative men of
our city, with a cordial greeting and a
bcarty reception. No political questions
ire involved In the arrangements
which have been perfected for your
pleasure and eutertaiument; it is
a spontaneous desire of our whole peo
ple to express to yon, onr friends, our
neighbors, and our fellow-citizens of the
State, the kind and fraternal feeling
which has prompted such a reception
as it Is proposed to tender to you; and
every endeavor will be made to render
your stay amoDg us pleasant and worthy
of memoty. I trust that yon will receive
these greetings aud attentions in
the same spirit in which they are
tendered whole-souled generous
dud hearty. When you return to
yor homes, carry with yon
the pleasant memories of this hour; and
remember that St. Loo is the metrop
olis not only of Missouri but of the great
West considers your interests co-extensive
with her own ; we are the people
f a great commonwealth, responsible to
each other, and we should be friends and
"And now, gentlemen of the convention,
again accept from me, in the name of and
In behalf of the people of St. Louis, a cor
dial, hearty and sincere greeting."
The address of welcome was responded
to by Senator Mavkcy, of Chariton, who
said: "I but repeat the sentiment of
every gentlemen here, your Honor, when
I say we thank you. We accept your
cordial welcome, feeling that the success
and prosperity of the city are identical
and co-extensive with that of the State.
We are proud ot St. Louis proud of her
Wealth, proud of her enterprise. It 13
one of the best ruled cities of the Nation,
and Is destlued to outrank any city ot the
World." Applause. J
Judge James J. Llndley, of St. Lonls,
On behalf of the Merchants' Exchungo,
extended a hearty welcome and read the
programme for the entertainment of the
delegates. The address of the Jugge was
greeted with cheers and laughter.
The New York Bun on Cleveland.
Nkw York, June 24. The Sun's edi
torial this morning says: "Under Mr.
Cleveland's administration the Demo
cratlc party In Now York has bctome a
weaker and less effective organization
than when he received its nomination for
Governor. Besides, the frlende of Cleve
land were not eunlclentlv numerous to
name the choice of the toratoga Con
vention. Thflso are iol trutBs to be uV
tS, M I. to-dtt'e (kfMMft'tff in
York could surely count ou a majority of
80,000 In this State, if he was the sort of
a man before whom opposition fades
rather than grows, nothing In tho
range of possibilities could prevent
his election In November. But, alas!
such Is not the cose, aud the sooner our
contemporaries recognize this the better.
Still, If the choice should fall unon Cleve
land, tho Democrats can make a mighty
hard fight for hint and may possibly win;
but we ludulge in uo illusion In regard
to tho unquestionable wisdom of his can
didacy. TEMI'TJXt; OFFH,
Information Wanted by Jay Oould-
That Call Loan.
Nkw York. June 'J4. A reporter asked
Mr. Gould what there was In tho storv
that loans amounting to 8,000,000 had
been called ou him. He replied with
a quiet smllo: "There are uo loans to
"Do vou know how the renort
"I haven't the rpnmi..jt l,l,..i I Imrln't
heard it until you told ine."
" nat do you think of tbe marketr"
"I think stocks are very cbeiip."
Mr. W. E. Connor said thnt Mr. Oolild.
or W. E. Connor & Co., would give SjO,
t00 to tihd out who started the reoort
lhat loans were called on Mr. Gould.
Impeaching a Mayor.
Omaha, Nub., June '.'4. Articles ot
Impeachment were preferred against
Mayor Chase by tho City Council last
night, and he was suspended from oliiec
pending tho trial. City Marshal Guth
rie, who was Indicted in tho District
Court with the Mayor for alleged corrup
tion, has also been suspended. . The
Mayor had keen requested by the Coun
cil to resign, but refused t give them au
F J IOM WAS 1 1 1 XOTOX.
A Generous Greeting.
Washington, D. C, Juuo 24. Hon.
HVm. H. Calkins, Republican nominee for
Jovernor of Indiiua, returned to Wash
ington last night. Upon entering the
House this morning he was warmly con
gratulated by both Republicans and Dem
ocrats. The latter said: "We'll beat
fou if possible, but if Indiana must have
i Republican Governor, there's no one we
Would ratner have than you."
Washington, D. C, June 21. Judge
Key, of Washington, was before the
Springer committee this morning and
completly exonerated Ker (of counsel in
;he Star-route case) of havlua: offered to
drop the case against Mail Contractor
Colgrovp, Ker's client, for $j,000. Wit
ness said Ker simply endeavored to se
sure Colgrove as a witness for the Gov
ernment, and in consideration of that
ivas willing to drop the case provided
"olgrove would refund 83,0oi) he had re
teived from the Government on account
!f the service upon which his case was
Carried by a Party Vote.
Washington, D. C, June 21. The
tdministrative portion of Hewitt's tariff
Mil, after beimr considerably niodlileil ly
the Ways aud Means Committee, was
.his morning placed in Hewitt's bauds to
5e reported as soon as Hewitt can pre
pare a report. The vite on adoption
fvas a strict party on?, all Republi
cans voting against it, and all the Demo
crats for It. No action is expected this
session. The bill will be printed to eua
Ble the next session to obtain the views
it buMness men.
General Logan Notified.
Washington, D. C, June 24. The
:ommittee appointed by the Chicago
Convention this afternoou called upon
Sencral Logan and notiiknl him of his
tomination. Mr. Logan, In accepting,
taid he had not sought the nomination,
ut pledged himself to support the
Chicago platform, and promised to re
pond more fully hereafter. The com
nittec then withdrew.
Washington, D. C, June 24. Leaders
)f both houses construe the action of
ast night's caucus of Republican Sena
tors to indicate an extension of this ses
ion. The Senate Committee ou Appro
bations has not yet considered tho
louse resolution providing for tinal ad
ournraent on June 30. Those who favor
n early adjournment think that tho ac
Ion of the caucus is not obligatory on
he majority of the Senate, and If the ap
ropriation bills are disposed of by July
I the session will not be continued
icyond that date.
Railroad Land Grant Forfeiture.
Washington, D. C, June 24. The
louse Committee on Public Lands de
ided by fifty to four to report favorably
bill which proposes to declare the for
feiture of lands claimed by the Southern
.'aciilc Railroad of California for road
xmipleted since July, 1878. Five and a
talf million of acres are Involved.
i on t v -e iu iit a vox u u .is.
Washington, D. C, Juno 24. Senator
?rye favorably reported from the Com
nlttee on Commerce a bill authorizing tho
tppointmcut of a naval commission to
ixamine new deslgus of steamships. He
equested that it bo referred to tho Ap
propriation Committee, with the request
hat it be made an Item lu the sundry
ilvll bill. So ordered.
Senator Maxey reported favorably from
he Committee ou Military Affairs a bill
iuthonziug the sale of government prop
arty at Harper's Ferry. "
Senator Sherman offered a resolution
hat the Senate meet at eleven o'clock
luring the remainder ot this session,
rhe Mexican pension bill was taken up,
nd Senator Maxey detailed his objec
Ions to tho present shapo of the bill.
Mr. Foran (of Ohio) from the committeo
t conference on the bill to create a Bureau
,1 Labor Statistics, submitted a report
hlch was agreed to.
The House proceeded to consider tho
vslness on tho Speaker's desk. A num
ber of minor bills with Senate amend
jonts were concurred In. The "Fourth,
I July" war claims bill, with Souate'
ndments, was referred to a confer-
toe committee, aa was also th bill grant-.
too uuu, Colorado ft saqta Fe Rau-i
toe right ot way tnroygn the Indian
SAVED BY A COURTEZAN.-
A Beautiful and Accomplished
Young Lady Runs Away
She Goes to Louisville aud Seeks. Ad
mission to the House of Hannah
Daley, a Courtezan.
Told of the Horrors of a Life of Sin, Sho
is Persuaded to Return to
LofisvnxK, Kv., Juuo 2i. A tall
young lady rang the bell at 101 La-,
fayette street Saturday night and begged
admittance. The house was llannuh
Daley's notorious resort. The girl who
asked permission to become an Inmate
was Miss Fay Sewell, a beautiful bru
nette, dressed in an expensive traveling
costume. To Hannah Daley, Miss Sewell
told a remarkable story of her desire to
begin a life of sin. A month ago sho en
tered Prof. Giltner's Academy at Emi
nence us a pupil, ami from the bcgluniug
paid more attention to society than
iter studies. Two of her gentlemen
friends quarreled aud had a fisticuff In
the college parlor. After this, Miss
Sewell, sj she claims, was deuled the
privilege of receiving company and was
not permitted toappearat the commence
ment exercises, being locked lu her room.
She resolved to run away, aud at the
llrst opportunity put her resolve
Into execution. Saturday afternoon,
taking a little hand-bag and
some spending money she stole
away from the College ground, boarded
a train aud came to Louisville. Guided
by au address that she had, she resolved
to enter Hannah Daley's house, on the
"Chute." It was well for her that sho
entered Madame Daley's, for, although
in the house for two nights
and days, the seared heart of
the woman was not so callous
to the purity of a beautiful girl as to
permit her to be ruiued in her house.
Madame Daley told the girl of the horrors
tuat belonged to such a life and advised
her to return to Eminence. The girl was
stunned by tho woman's vehement de
claration, and kuelt on tho lloor beside
the courtesan and begged to be taken
back to school. Madame Daley called lu
a policeman who took the girl to tho
station house, and upon the order of
Mayor Jaeou she was taken to the
Home of the Friendless. She will be
taken back' to the Academy at Emi
nence this morning. Miss Sewell,
stated to a reporter that she was the
Ktep-daughter of Mr. Devanangh, of
VVashington, a protnim nt citizen of
that place, aud for the last few
r"ears accompanied by her brother,
Mr. Thos. Sewell, a wealthy miner of
Colorado, she has traveled all over
the United States, Mexico and Canada,
ishe Is wonderfully pretty and evidently
- '1 bred.
Will Be Lynched if Caught.
X.tsiiviu.K, Tkn.v., June 24. Judge
IV'. L. Dtilaney, of the Circuit Court of
tVarreii County, Kentucky, impanelled
1 special grand jury yesterday to con
lider the case of Pleasant Everhart,
:hargcd with abducting Mrs. Wilton W.
lones, tho sixteen-year-old bride of a
Say, aud attempting to debauch her at
Howling Green, Ky., Judge Dulancy
laid to the jury that if swift and merited
inuilshment was not dealt out to Ever
lart it would give the people good excuse
lor mob rule. He was promptly Indicted
n two counts abductiou for tho pur
pose of prostitution, and attempt to
rape. Jones was a country youth, only
leventeen years old. A largo posse is
icouriug the country looking for Ever
tart. He will be lvnched if caught.
rtissourl State Teachers' Sleeting: at
Swekt Springs, Mo., Juuo 24. Th.
weuty-second annual meeting of tho
tlissouri State Teachers' Association con
rened this morning at nine o'clock.
Ibont 150 teachers were present when
('resident W. E. Coleman called the con
tfiutlon to order. Prayer was offered by
i!ev. Atkinson, after which the address of
nelcomc was delivered by Prof. Trlplett,
f Brownsville, Prof. Greenwood, of Kan
las City, responding.
F. V. Loos, of New London, then de
livered a very interesting address upon
Inemory. Discussed by"F. Triplett, l)r:
Laws, of Columbia; L. E. Wolf, of
Moberly; and J. M. Grdenwood, of Kan
sas City. The main feature of the dis
cussion was respecting the kindergarten
system of object teaching, some attack
ing and others defending it.
Messrs. Hayues, Turner and Alloy wero
appointed as finance committee.
A Horrible Death.
Pittsburgh, Pa., Juno 24. A dis
tressing accident occurred at noou to
day. Mr. W. C. Sterrit, a prominent
foundryman, was driviug down Fifth
avenue when the horso attached to his
carriage becamo frightened nnd dashed
down the street, colliding with another
vehicle. Mr. Sterrit was thrown for
ward over tho dash-board, The horso
kicked him in the head, Causing him to
fall insensible from tho carriage. His
foot caught in the front spring aud ho
was dragged at full speed a square and a
half with his head and body striking the
paving stones. He presented a horrible
spectacle when rescued. lie can not
WHAT ARK AVE COMING TO P
Are American Courts of Justice But
the Sleuth Hounds of the
Sr. Louis, Mo., Juno 24. A dramatic
scene was presented lu tho Court of Ap
peals to-day when tho child Laura Doylo
was takcu from her adopted mother and
handed over to the custody ot Sister
Simeon of tho Sisters ot Loretto.
Suit was brought by tho latter for tho
recovery of the child on tho ground
that its religious training was drift
ing in the wrong direction, hot
tho Circuit Court maintained that Us
idopted parents bad a right to judgo as
to what creed it should be brought up in,
but the Court of Appeals this ffloralngj
ordered the child to be handed over to;
the Sisters. The little one tealraed aotb-J
lag tnttU the was forcibly fro uej
i;mj of her adopted mother aM?A
over to lister Simeon. Then she stirtaiuid
until her walls reverberated through the
Court-house, begging plteousty to be a
lowed to return to her mother. For soiug
reason she didn't seem to have any par
ticular affection for the SJater. Those in
the court-room were deeply affected.
"It Is an outrage," said u gray-haired
old man sitting Hear tho bench, "aud I'll
be d If It ought to uu pertmtM,''
But the child, was taken away bv the
Sister, and tho adoptodmother, who loved
it as her own, was, left wfhiglug'her
hands and In tears in the eotjrt.
TRYING A HERETIC'.
A Minister Who Called Christ "A
Non.MAi., Iu.., Juno 24. To-duy a
special session of the Central Illinois
Congregational Association convened to
Investigate the charges preferred ugalujit
liev. J. II. Shay, a prominent divine of
Streator, 111. It is charged that the
reverend gentleman denied the Inspira
tion ot tho Scriptures iu tbe sense
that they are tho only perfect au
thority lumattorsof faith and practice;
that he has denied the miraculous con
ception; that he denies the divinity of
Christ, aud denies tbe fact of substitu
The expression on which tliii charge is
founded was made from the pulp.lt: "Yuu,
worshiped a divine bastard. W e worship
i human Christ."
Mr. Shay will make a vigorous defense
of his belief.
Arkansas Democratic Convention.
Lim.K Hock, Akk., June 24. The
Democratic State Convention meets here
lo-morrow. Most of tho delegates are
ilready on the ground at work for their
favorites. Tho principal interest centers
in the Governorship, where tho contest iu
elose aud the feeling red-hot. Fletcher,
Hughes and Frolich, tho leading candi
Jates, stand In about the order named as
regards instructions. Their frieuds aro
making au earnest tight. The probabili
ties, however, are that Colonel John G.
Fletcher will be the uext Governor of
isask hah. mtisvrnEs.
Score of Games Flayed on Monday
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, ti; Wash-
Ouincy, 111. Qulncys, 8; Mil wau-
Cleveland, 0. Cleveland. 3; Phlla-
Buffalo, N. Y. New Yorks, 8; Duffa-
Detroit, Mich. Providences, 4 ; Dc-
Chkago, 111. Rostons, 12; Chlca-
Philadelphia, Pa. Nationals, C; Key-
St. Paul. Minn. St. Pauls, 4; Minne
Toledo, 0. Ralfunores, C; Tole
Hay City, Mich. Ray Cltys, 13; Grand
East Sagluaw, Mich. Saglnaws, 7;
Terre Hautes, 0.
Muskegon, Mich. Fort Waynes, 8;
Js'kw Youk, June 21. The well-known
banking Arm of Matthew Morgan A Sous,
Las suspended.' Liabilities aud assets
Nkw York, June 2i. The liabilities of
Matthew Morgan & Sous is estimated at
ihree to live millions.
Nkw YiiK, Juue 24. J. W. Btiruham,
)f the firm ot Hotchkiss & Rurnhatn,
vhich failed ou May 14, committed sul
ude this morning at his residence In
Ifonkcrs. The firm gained considerable
lotoricty in the bllud pool of the Anierl
:au District Telegraph, of which Gov
trnor Cornell aud othors of high stand
nj were members.
1'IIE KKl'l'HLICAN tifAII?MAV$.lIIl
a. Pittsburgh Iron Manufacturer to be
Selected ou Thursday.
Pirrsiii iKiii, P.v., June 21, It Is said
that B. L'. Jones, the iron manufacturer
if this city, has been selected for the
position of the chairmanship of the Na
tional Republican Committee, and that
ihe matter will be settled at a meetiug of
the Committee in New York Thursday,
fir. Jones when spoken to admitted the
uibjei t had been broached to him, and
laid he had suggested that the possibility
lif his acceptance of the positiou would
ilcpcud upon the fulfillment of certain
Crime iu Tennessee.
Rk Aivir.i.K, Ticnn., Juue 24. John
freeman aud Young Arnett, well-to-do
fouug farmers of Cannon County, fought,
arnett was killed, being ripped open
'nnu his chiu to his waist with a pocket
tnife. John's Letter to Michaol.
Jkffkkson CtTV, Mo., June 24. Sec
retary of Stato McGrath yesterday re
telved the following letter from Johu
Kelly, tho Tammany Sachem:
Nkw Yohk, Juno 21, ISM.
In reply t ) your of tlio nth lnt., in which
yon make full iniiilries, which 1 propose to
linswcr in a very lew words mid in a general
Way, I inn f Ihe opinion that Mr. llayanl will
do the most a a l.ii'le ami Is the stronircut
man hi-fore the pulilie. anil tlioio could t.iio
inisl like made in noiiiinaiiiiR liini at ( hlcairo
t. u the : th of .Inly. ou may depend upon It
tiat Mr. I 'lev-eland will nor le as strong us Mr.
Ilayiiid if a tesi could be made w ith tho peo
ple. Very ieBieetlully yours,
Pittsburgh Qa Well.
Pinsiuiir.il, Pa., Juuo 21. The new
natural gas well at tho Jefferson Iron
vYorks was lighted last night. An lifi
lueuso crowd was present, and the ovent
was celebrated with tho firing ot cannons
and tho playing of bands. The well will
Save 40,000 "bushels of coal por month for
tho company alone.
Will Close Down.
PiTTsnunuii, Pa., Juno 24. Tho win
dow glass factories of the West will el'oso
their doors next Saturday for the OSuat
Probably Fatal Aeoident. '
Sr. JosKFft, Mo., Juno 24. Philip
Scott was caught m the belt at Patton's1
brick-yard this morning and wheeled
around the big wheel. His arm was bro
ken lu three places ftnd afmcmt torn from
hts shoulder, tfti feternil rhJutJ artf
THE GREAT GERMAN
Kellevee and cures
Sorentsi, Cut. Bruiitf,
And all other bodily acbw
FIFTY CENTS I BOTTLE.
Sold by all DruKrlit and
Dealers. UlrecUou In U
The Charles A. Vogeltr Ct.
(SuMMon la A. TOQIUI CO.)
Baltimore, Md V. U. A
From those sources urine three-fourths ot
the diseases of tho human race. Theee
symptoms lJiilieaU) thoir existence i ro of
Appetite, llowel coitive, Kick Uad.
ache, fullne after eating, aversion to
eurtion of body or mind, JEructeUoa
of food, Irritability of temper, Low
piritu, feeling or having neglected
ome duty, IMzzine, Fluttering at the
Heart, ot before the eye, highly eola
ored I'rlue, CONSTIPATION and de
mandthouso ofaromoilytrmt acta directly
on the I.Ivor. AsaLiver medicine TCTT'S
PI 1-I.S have no equal. Their action on tho
Kidneys and Skin is also prompt; removing
all impurities through these three " ceatr
enger of the ytm,' producing appe
tlte, Hound digestion, rcgulnr stools, a clear
skiuand a vigorous body. TTT'9 PIIX8
canso no nausea or griping nor Interfere
wit It daily work and are a perfect '
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.'
1TE FEELS LIKE A NEW fiXAIf.
'I have had Dyspepsln, with Constipa
tion, two years, and havo tried ten different
kinds of pills, and Tl'TT'S are the first
that have dono uio any good. They have
cleaned mo out nicely. My appetite is
BiJii-uum, iuuu uiifusui reaauy, ana i now
have natural passages. I feel like a neir
man." W. b. EUWABD3, Palmyra, a t
rjuMeTerywhere,35c. Offloe,4i Murray 8t.,N.T.
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Grat llAm o Whiskers chanared In
stantly to a Glossy Ulack by a single ap
plication of this lnu. Sold by Druggist,
or scut by exprcsa on receiptor S I.
unlet;, 41 .Murray street, New lorfc
KIT'S MANUAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FREI.
''mmrn - g
the best Timra KXOWN
In Hard or Soft, Hot or Cold Water.
Nt.l.V, ami Kivea univer.al satisfaction. Ma
laimly, ncn or poor, kuoiuu uo wituoui. fc
Bold by all (Irocori. UKWA RK or lmittrtWM
well tlesiutie.1 to mislead. 1'KAKLINK is the
ONLY MAKK lftbor-savinB compound, and till
(U'a bearH tho above symbol, aud name ot
OA.UE8 PVLE, KEW ORK.
Blck IIodriRcho and relieve all the tronbles Inci
dent to a bilious state of the ytem, inch a Dli
lineeK, Nausea, Drowsinons, Distre after eating,
J'a!nlntho8ide,4c. While their mot nauukr
able Bucwes ha been shown In curing
rreftdwho.yct Crter'Littlc LlvctPilUaM eqnallj
voliukld in Constipation, curing and preventioa
this annoying complaint, while they alto correct
all (lieorilers of tho stomach, stimulate the liver
ud regulate the bowel. Etch It they only CueA
Arhe they would be almost priceless to thesj
surfer from this distresning complaint! hot form
tately their eoodnesgdoe not end here, and tnoee
who onco try them will And these mljpilUvalo.
a j o in so many way iim " -j r--y
toUu without thcou HutaftoralUickheW
ti o nsonianvwayeinatiney w "!"' a
I thr, liano of bo many live that here I wlwre we
Bmke our prcat boaiu Oar pule care It while
olffi?nittrta Lir,r Tills areTerrrauUaii.
rerv cm v to tnk One cr two pills inakee floae.
Tliey aro strictly, vegetable an
do cot gripe or
, hnthv their centlo action please ail who
i please ailwl
atsiScenta; flvo for
ito forfl. D
h,iru--ijtBtvay where, or lent by mail. ,
CAItTElt MEDICINE CCNewTotk
Delivered at CA.IRO, HI,
at tho FOLLOWING PRICES:
Ft bottom. Ft. stave. Capacity talf. Price.
I mrtiuiimiiminiumiiiiOl I
7 x 2000
7 x 1) 2250
7 x 10 2500
These tanks re made of CLKAR CTPBRH j, IX
Inches thli-k, socutely hooped and are wa
TIU1IT. Thoy aro
Shipped wholoimd are well braoed
to prevent thoir being rcked er brokea lnkaad
llug. Kttimate furnished for
Trmka of any Size.
A. HIQOS As BROft, 9
417 Delord 8t.,w Orleans, U