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people w!io rH-Mk tho Knirlii-li landman. Tho
(nJi) iw-l it centurion wo, ikeaiiui lv it
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medicine which has carried oh" the
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U3LY LABOR RIOTS.
r.:-'M:v Ssonoa Cauaod by a Striko
or Spinnem fvt Nowurk,
Obji;ct!oflaUe Op-ra'.ivjj As.uiUd With
Ancient. Eg aud D-jc:jv(1 Veget
ablua Oui Mia Shot,
Active Demonstration Against Labor-Saving
r4achinery by a Gang of Exca
tors at Pittsburgh, Pa.
.Vr.wuiK, N. J., June 2-S. Tho .strike
tliat wm Ix-oiin several days aijo by u
uutiiirof Kni-h spiunciy lu the Mile
Lud Thread Work, in lvit Newark, as
suiiied serious pro; 'i't ions Tlmrsdi
evi nlii. Tlic strikers, aU of whom art
u.ctiilii.rs of thy Spinner':, nenevol'.'iil
Union, were bi outfit from Lulund b
Mr. I.ynjrs, mi.-terof the sjilnniu frames
in th-j factor)'. The nun complain thai
h-1 has cut dotvu tii.-lr vao s. It is alo
stutcd that foreuiau lilclur 1 Cook is op
posed to some of the spinners because
tb.-y aio Association mea. A spin
ner named C.isMdy had a (UirrI
with Cook, and Mr. Lyns told
('ussl')y If he did not like the work
he could quit the f icloiy. Cas.-idy thi n
leit and called a meeting of the bpitiner-,
and seventeen of Uriii refused to work
unless C:tsi.y v;s r'-itiititcd. Their
terms were r-f u td. Mtortiy after sevi u
o'e.O''k Thtiia iay evening the strikers
2 .t'o red aiot,' I.athim tfeet near tin
lae'tory, and hoii the operatives euiue
out it number of them joined tho strikers.
S"!iie of the-latter were younij woiik-u,
wi:o rttbalu at work but who are in tyta
ptthy with the sjdnuers who are out.
II. .ny Hunter, against whom the strikers
are' very bitter, was pelted with rotten
fil'js and decayed v. tables as .soon as
he eitiergeil fr.jm the factory yard, llun
dicils of excited people were gat he red in
L".U.ain street at this time, and the
tii; 'at made were mostly directed against
frr man Cojk, his brother l. l'.vard
are! a spinner named lioxinu lale. Thtie
nn-.'i. the strikers Slid, were the occasion
of all the trouble. They c-eap.' d by a si !)
way from tlie factory. At .lack Lord's
saUioti and boaTd!ii:-!ciie, where a num
ber (if lite strikers tuar l, the excltemt ut
w is at hiti heat ai nine j;i tlie evenii.'.
J no. Sitiiepeck was a target of insult and
a-auit fr.'in tie; stikers. They hut.t:l
hi:n ;l)out, picki d him Up by the hands
and fe 't, carried him into the stret t, and
theu tu-s.'d him over their leads utitii he
cri. d out that he would nut i'o to work
airil:). Karly yesterday inornim; tiie
(trikers tf ither'.d about the factory sates
and urid the spinners not to no
to work. Strong lanuir-.j'j was use i,
but no blows were struek
Olitll lluuh ll'lXOU Was accosted, lie
drew a pistol. A rush wis made, mid
lie ran i.iside tlie r-tt, ai.d !'r -l at tli.j
crowd, l ine b.nil lo lied in ll'iijert Park
itisou's ritiht hand. The liri:i' nnd tbe
wo'iiidin-4 ft J'arkinsoii occasioned so
much o.vieti'iiifiit tint f r ivvo iiours
theie was r'.it fear oi a m rious riot.
(,'ooI head-i u'ii. j uir the strikers tinaKy
fpiieted the exeited i.Kii, aiid Parkin
11 went before a Ju.stice of the Peace
and La i I..ou ai re-ted for carry
in,; a pi-tol mi I tiring it with Iute.it
to kid. Constables Carroll and liu 1
deu loi-ked Jixon in tin: Police Station,
and Justice Delaney r-.-fusi-d to admit
him to ball un'.il he held an inves-thu-tion.
Yesterday ho was udeased on
fioo bail to await the action of the
di'ii.d Jury. 'Jh.: strikers iieid a Ion? dis
cussion at their afternoon nieetin, and
llnal.y sent lidward I'.uni.s, Alfred ISooth,
'I'houms M:n tin, 11. i i.aiiaoher and Simeon
Hutchinson to confer with liirectors Kus
sell, reri.'Uson and Lyntt of the factory
iiianaeitK iit. The committee explained'
that tlie foreman, Cook, was bitteny hos
the to Irish spinner, and that he took
every opportunity to insult and belittle
thetn. lie also .snubbed anJaunoyed men
because they were Union .spinners.
The directors promised that Cook
should not be allowed to be
have so hereafter, but they refused
to 2;ive Cassidy, who besau the strike,
any more work in the factory. At this
the committee demurred for a time, but
they dually decided t ) let all the strikers
R0 to work on Monday inornins next. A
number of the strikers assured the re
porter last evening that they did not
throw the ciiys and vetretabievs on Wednes
day evening, and citizens' corroborate the
statement. They said youn i:jrs and
boys and outsidirs threw the cogs an 1
J.AUOlt 15IOT AT PlTTSItl lltill,
A Ganp of Workmen Tumble an Engine
Into tho Iliver A Fight.
Pinsiu Ken, Pa., June 2j. Yesterday
Booth & riynn, who are excavatinjr for a
sewer, Set up a largo hoisting engine by
means of w hich they expected to do away
with three-fourths of their laborers. The
latter watched in a body. At dav break
yesterday morning they gathered iu force
and rolled the engine and boiler into the
river, In a short time a dozen men w ho
had taken no part in the matter were se
cured and told Jo put the boiler lu posi
tion again. They advanced to comply,
and were greeted with stones from tlie
foiled conspirators. Tho new men pushed
ahead, but were greeted with missiles
and several of them struek. This was
the signal for a general melee, and both
sides closed in for a hand-to-hand
combat. Pick-handles, shovels ami stones
were ued, and for a time tlie result was
In doubt, and although the new men were
Inferior lu numbers, tliey routed their op
ponents, being aided by the cry of "po
lice," which apparently struck terror to
the hearts of th,i plotters. The light re
sulted more seriously to the victors, as
four of them were baiHy hurt. James
Kennedy cannot recover; and tho others
wre seriously Injured. JNouc of tho
rioters hHve boeu arrested.
Killed by a Promatura Blaaa.
Chattanooga, Tknw, Jnnc 28. At
Fish Creek ore bank, near Cedartown,
(ia., yesterday M. C. Logan, the Super
intendent, and two convicts were pre
paring to make a blust when It exploded
prematurely. Tho clothes of the three
men caught lire and they wero shockingly
burned and mutilated. One of the nuin-'
bi-r has died and the other two are djlug.'
Change for the Better.
Ciiicaoo, Ii.r.., June 24. -Tlicra has
been a sudden and surprising change for
the better In tho condition of Alien
1 KO.n WASHINGTON'.
V.'asiiim;iu, I). C, June L's. The
President h,is upproved the act granting
letter-carriers a leave of absence and es
tablishing a Labor Itureau.
A Second Dividend Declared.
W.tsiiiMi'i,,, 1). C., June, Tho
Comptroller of the Currency has declared
as -e-ond dividi lid of li.'teeli percelit. UpOU
prowd claims, amounting to SI SI, li I, Iu
favor ot the creditors uf tho Pirl Na
tional Link oi Union Mi. Is, Pa.
Rough Tcut-.iaony It 'jspec-tlntr the Char
acter of Attorney Cook.
Washisi.i'iv, I. (.'., Jtiae . Judge
Swaim te-tiilcd before the Springer oni
hiilteo to-day that lie had talsed with
President (iarii' id al.oat the Star route
matters and when tin- I'mddciit heard oi
tiie employment of Cook aud (jlbsou ho
became very indicant. The President
was very anxious to have tie: Star-route
liri'teri proved to the bottom, tjell
eu! lloynton had also ti'.ked with Presi
dent Carl'.ed ou Mir-ioute matters,
and lie (tiie President; said he thought
the employment of Cook was an outrage,
1! lyriton testilled that at the Instance of
the President he tailed ou Attoruey-Utu-i
ral MacVi agii and Informed lit in about
the reputation of Cook. The Attorney
C'.neial iu reply said ho employed Cook
on the theory of sating a thief tj
catch a thiei. Cook will be further
Ic ard by the committee on Monday.
To Investigate tho Alnaka Fur an 1 Seal
Wa.siiim.i ox, June The House
Committee ou Ways an 1 Means this
inorniug agree 1 to report to thj House a
re.-olntion calling for the appointment of
a select committee of live members to
investiaat-j the relations between the
'i..vi.rntuent aud the Alaska Pur and Seal
Members of tiie House- Couuuulee ou
JJ'.v. r and 1 1 -triors- are v.:rv much pro-
Vok.-tl about the i i i : r : 1 1 r iu which the
Stint.' Commerce Committee have Ctit
up tueir bili. i,e of the leading mem
bers of the II .u -e Commit tee is author
ity for tin: statement tli.it in the present
shape Dot 0'ie hi'-mbcr ol t'aat committee
will si;j.po:t th: bill.
do vol." m;.ut, Mitf
The Turkish M.nist-i ' O -title Hsmiuder
to Secretary Fr. lniKiiuysen.
W'siiiscins, I). C, June -s. l-'ebril-ary
last Secretary l-'reiiuyinyseii was ap
prised of a regulation of the Turkish
iown:ment requiring that the pipers of
all ve.sse;,, aniving at i.iHomau ports
should bear the Turkish Consular vi.e.
This information was at tiie time made
public. Mr. Fre'.inghtiyseu is, howevt-r,
iu receipt of a further note from the
Minister of the Turkish lo'. eminent, of
the l'h of May ultimo, wherein lie states
in relerence to his previous note touch
ing the Vi.e-on bills of health of vessels
liouud for tho.-e points that the maritime
authorities of P.gypt have been instructed
to rig roiis!y enforce tae aforesaid re
(jl.iremeiits. Oj:T -JilOlI I'll t UMIII.-.S.
Wasiiim; H'X, I). C.,June i. eiiatr
Cameron (.of Wis.) presided over the
Si liate to-day.
Tin: Couft reuco rep irt on 111- army ap
propriation bill was presented.
Senator lVnub moved that the Senate
insist ou its amendment relating to the
reduction nl paymasters and accede to
the request for another conference. Mo
tion agreed to aud l.ogan, Piuin; an.l
Kansoin appointed conferees.
Senator Kenna introduced a bill, by re
(juest, to authorize the construction of a
railroad through the government proper
ty on the north side of theUreat Kanawha
Kiver, West Virginia.
At the close of routine busiuess the
getie-r a' dclieieucy appropriation bill was
Mr. llolmati (of Iud.), from the Com
mittee on Appropriations, reported back
the Legislative appropriation bill with
the rccoininendation that the House non
concur in the Senate amendments.
Mr. l!.:te!i (of Mo.) submitted a report
from the Conference Committee on the
resolution t print the agricultural report
for ls, whie'.i was agreed to. The reso
lution provides lor printing 4oO,uOO cop
ies and appropriates 'JOO,OoO for the pur
poses. The political discussion of yesterday
came up a's unilnishcd busiuess," Mr. Val
entine's motion to correct the record be
ing the privileged question.
Mr. Cox (of N. Y.) was recognized,
and said he did not think there was much
harm hi printing in tlie record. Ho
would lie glad if the best meu iu the
House printed more. The worst nieu
could be caught if they did. Cox re
ferred to the publishing by a delegate
from otic of the Territories (Dow
ney) some years ago of a
poem ho had copyrighted and
which Mr. (Ia tlie Id 'proposed should -be
struck out as extraneous matter in
cumbering the record. He referred also
again to Brewer's printing of a portion of
Blaine's book in his speech, and said a
few years ago the House ciimo near
having printed lu the record a treatise ou
free trade a whole book referring to the
political debate growing out of this
question. Cox said, "A paper had said
that (leiieral Logan owns 80,000 acres of
laud. No one has said ho did not pet It
honestly. He believed him to be an hon
est man and thought the House had
heard enough of this, and with the assent
of Mr. McAdoo ho moved to lay the whole
malteron the table." Agreed to almost
unanimously, aud the matter was thus
Mr. Horr'(of Michigan), from the Com
mittee on Appropriations, reported the
fortiilcallou appropriatiou bill aud gave
notice that ho would call it up on
Mr. Kaiidail (of Pa.) submitted a ml
nority report and substitute for tho bill.
Ou motion of Mr. Hopkins (of Pa.)
the House went Into committee of tho
w hole ou tlie bill to adjust wages of work
ing men, laborers aud mechanics under
the eight hour law. The bill provides for
the settlement of claims for labor
b,' a court of claims, since June
2.i, 18H8, on a basis of bight hour'
as a day's work, at the same rate as paid
for similar work by prlvato parties re
gardless of tho time required for a day's
work for such private parlies. ,
Mr. Lovcring (of Massachusetts) ad-!
.'f, Jed It'-. I .. '
A BREEZE AT THE BEACH.
A Scion of English Nobility Figures
In a QuoBtlonablo Erjl3odo at
la Which Two Females Are Actors A
Vigorous War of Words With Cham
pagne Bottlo Accompiuiaieati
His Lordship's Identity, Which Had Deen
Questioned, Settled by Parties Who
Ate Piesumed to Know.
Ntw York, Juue 23. Members at tho
Club House ut Sheepshead Bay races
yesterday talked quietly among them
selves about a scandal in which Lord
Abercromby, who has lately appeared
among them as a patron of tho turf,
was said to be mixed up, and some
whispered that there were doubts as
to whether he was what he represented
himself to be. An investigation by tho
Executive Committee, it was said by a
prominent member, had resulted lu a
decision that there had boon uo decep
tion in his representations, and that his
record wa3 clear. The story that the
gossips were telling ubotit related to an
encounter at Manhattan Beach Hotel.
It happened on Thursday afternoon ou'the
veranda of the hotel, and for a moment
or two there was little eating done iu the
neighborhood. Lord Atiercroniby and
a handsomely dressed young woman
were dining together at one of the tables
when an excited young woman appeared
near them. She dashed out a large
amount of rapid conversation at Lord
Abercromby's companion aud then turned
to liiin. It is said she emphasized her
remarks with a champagne bottle. Lord
Abercroinby said yesterday that both the
young women were casual' acquaintances
that he had ma le not very long ago in
this city. He met last the one he was
dining with. The ouu who came unin
vited he had known for about six weeks
before that. After things had quieted
down he paid his bill aud leit the hotel
with his baggage and dog-cart and re
turned to the Hoffman House. Vincent
Mandeville is aid to have been among
those who eertilied that doubts about
Lord Abercromby's identity were un
founded. 1'I.V.M TUN'S EN Til 1I AsM.
With Butler for a Candidate the Elec
tion is Sure.
Cnn ah", I dune 2;. The Hon. N.
A. P.yiiitui, of Boston, Chairmau of the
Massachusetts Democratic Central Com
mittee, arrived at the Palmer House yes
terday, and planted the germs of a Butler
boom iu Chicago. He will remain uutll
the close of the Convention, aud fcoui
this time on will put iu his entire time
working up (leiieral Butlers claims
Colonel Plvmtou will manage tho canvass
until Oeueral Butler arrives, which will
be the latter part of uext week. Colonel
Plvmpton, who has just been over the
States of Iowa, Nebraska and Kansas, is
full of Butler enthusiasm. "General
llutler," he said, "Is the strongest man
the Democrats can nominate. He can
keep the Irish vote from going lo Blaine.
It w ill bo hard work to prevent that in the
Mast, but General Butler eau doit. He
can make Illinois a doubtful State, forhls
nomination would give the Democrats all
the auti-llepublican votes. In lssOGar
tield's majority over the Democrats aud
Greeubackers was about 11,000. Uuite
the vote and a gain of 7, Out) would carry
the State. Butler can more than make
that gain among the workingnieu of
Chicago. I thiuk it would be folly for
the Democratic party to ignore this
chance of uniting under one ban
ner all the elements that oppose
Blaine, except the Latter Lay Saints.
BASE BALK BKEVITIES.
Score of Games Played on Friday,
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Ath
Cincinnati, 0. Metropolitans, 12;
Philadelphia, Pa. St. Louis Unions, f.j
Buffalo, N. Y. Phihulelphlas, s;
Indianapolis, Iud. liltiiuores, 10; In
Cleveland, 0. Cleveland, C; New
Washington, 1. C Kansas Citys, 8;
Chicago, 111. Chicagos, C; Provi
Columbus, (). Columbus, 4; Alle
Baltimore, Md. Baltimore Unions, 7;
Boston, Mass. Cincinnati Unions, 4;
Kvunsvillc, Iud. Evausville, 1); Chica
go Reserves, ;!.
Detroit, Mich. Bostons, 15; De
Louisville, Ky. Loulsvliles, 11; Wash
New York. Yales, 4; llarvards, 2.
Toledo, 0. Tolcdos, 9; Brooklyns, 1.
Milwaukee, Wis. ( V,uiiicys,"C; Milwau
Last Saginaw, Mich. Fort Waynes, C;
Saginaw s, 4.
Grand liaplds, Mich. Grand Uapids,
8; Bay Citys, 4.
Hungarians Groin Home.
CoNNKLi.svn.i.K, Pa., June 28. Tho
present depression iu the coke trade Is
causing a general oxit of Hungarians.
Tho Hungarians have loft for their native
land. Some have managed to earn suf
ticleut to make them comparatively Inde
pendent In Hungary, while others claim
that this country Is no better for laborers
than their own. Ouc-fpurth of tho ovens
of the Conuollsvillu coko region are Idle.
Colored DomooiaU Seeking Recogni
tion. Nkw Youk, June 28. A conferonoo of
colored Democrats representing several
States was held last eight at tho Cariotorf
llouso iu west 82d street. Thero wcrq
present jAines Wlnno, ol Virginia; John'
Johnson, of North Carolna; Goo. Page.
ot New Jersey; Gilbert W. Hughes, of
I'OBosylniulai Win. Bradley, ot Georgia;
jpo. 6. Scott, of South Carolina) Danlo!
Dals, ot fonnectlnat; .T. H. Hunter.
Hampshire; John H. Smith, ot Maryland;
James Hunter, of Massachusetts ; Win.
Coats', of lihode Island and James Butler,
of Missouri. Mr. Hunter presided, it
was decided to send delegates to the
Democratic Convention at Chicago to
represent the colored Democratic voters
of the Uuion. The following were chosen
for tho purpose: Isaac II. Hunter, of
New York; Daniel Davis, of Connecticut
and James Winne, of Virginia.
Ehoots Out Ills Brains at Lincoln Park,
Chicago, Iu.., June. 28. While walk
lug through Llucola Park early this
luoi uiug General Johu Homier, Superin
tendent of the City Topographical De
partment, discovered in the shrubbery
back of the Conservatory the body of a
well-dressed man, with his brains blown
out aud a small French pistol by his side.
In his pockets were papers showing his
name to tie John Asel, of Ceiitrevllle, 111.
In another p cket was a telegram from
his wife or sister at that place urging
him to return at ouce; also a certliicate
of membership in the Odd Fellows' Lodge
of Applctoti, Wis.
A 111 T( II IN' THE WOUIC.
A Diff.-renci of Opinion Between the
National and Local Ccramlttoca.
Chicago, Iu.,, June 2S. The Demo
cratic Committee to-day commenced
making alterations in Convention Hall
and remodeled a large number of chairs,
turned things topsy turvy and theu
quit. It seems that the relations be
tween the local committee aud the Na
tional couuV.iltce of the Democracy is
very much str.-ii ied, and not u stroke ha
been done of tlie work which will re-
iiiire tvo W' eks to accomplish. The
alterations as agreed upon by the Demo
crats are extensive, indeed the tlrst esti
mate of the cost Is 8;t,000, yet thus far
no hand has been raised toward accom
plishing anything, when two or three
score of carpenter.-' should be rattling
away day and night. The local com
mittee, which has secured subscriptions
of scjiyioo for the expenses of tho Conven
tion, were awarded 7j0 tickets to dis
tribute among ihe subscribers, but have
since then demanded 7."o additloual
t.ckets, which has caused a rupture be
tween tho committcs. The work is
therefore at a standstill. 1! ah the sub
committee of arrangements and the local
llnanec commit toe claimed the right to
award the contracts and pay the bills,
and the petty disputes are becoming se
rious. Arrteted for Murder . Af:er Twenty
Dallas, Tt:x., Juno 2. Sheriff Braw
ley, of Ellis County, passed through here
yesterday, having in charge Mr. Pculand,
wh'iiu he arrest' d on June 21 in McCul
loch County. lYnland is wanted in Elli
for the murder of Lieutei'aiitSaffell,Uult:d
States army, In lv'il. Saffell came home
on a furlough, aud ionm! that Pculand
had sold his horse during his absence
and appropriated the money. A quarrel
arose, which resulted iu Saffell shooting
Petiland, indicting a scalp wound on the
back of tho head. Pculand recovered,
ami about a month afterward he shot
Saffell down by the side of his wife, who
was walking with him. Pculand was ar
rested at the time, but escaped, and has
remained at large twenty years.
Another Arrest for a Twenty-Year-Old
Makion, 0., June 2S. Harrison Ulsh,
a wealthy farmer, was arrested charged
w ith killing Mrs. Levi rih over twenty
years ago. The death of Mrs. Ulsh has
always been shrouded in mystery. About
a month since Dit ctive Dismal took
hold of the case. He now claims to have
sullicleiit evidence to secure the convic
tion of the prisoner, who has always
borne the reputation of a good citizen.
For a Twi Months' Vacation,
l'n isiu ugh, Pa., June 'JS. The glass
works throughout the Stato almost all
close to-day for the usual two months'
vacation. In this State there are no less
thad S,2ii7 persons employed in the glass
trade. Of that number .",432 work in
Allegheny County. There are ninety
furnaces in the State, sixty-three of which
are in Allegheny County.
Falluro at New Orleans.
Nkw Okii'.an.s, J.a., June 2S. The
failure is announced to-day of P. F..
Broulatotir, liquor dealer and importer
one of tho oldest New Orleans houses
aud formerly one of the wealthiest.
Broulatour dealt mainly lu Bordeaux and
Marseilles goods, and owned a largo
bonded warehouse. lie Is the father of
the American Secretary of Legation at
P"i:ii.Ai, Oki-:,, June 2s. It leaks out
that the lease of the Oregon & California
Hallway to the Oregon Transcontinental
was abrogated this week. Whether it
was brought about by the lessees or the
bond-holders could not be learned, but it
is understood that the lease was a heavy
load for the Transcontinental to carry.
It is supposed that the Germau bond
holders will operate the road hereafter.
Margaret Houg-hery's Statue.
Nkw Youk, June 2S.--The statue of
Margaret llougbcry, the New Orleans
philanthropist, was shipped for that city
to-day on the steamship Morgan City. It
was brought here from Italy.
An Exaggerated Rport.
Tom:do, 0., Juno 21 Tho latest in
formation from tho scene of the boiler
explosion at Strykcr, 0., yesterday, is to
the effect Hint uo deaths have yet oc
curred, and it is thought all tho injured,
eleven in number, may recover.
A Fit Judgment
Nkw Yoiik, Juno 23. The attorsey for
the Farmers' Loan and Trust Company
filed In tho County dork's ofQce. to-day a
judgment for l,157,S0i against the
American Iloatlng; and Power Corapauy.
Strong for Hoadly.
CmciKXATl, 0., Juno 88. The Enquirer,
this morning, In a column double-leaded
editorial, advocates the nomination gt
(Joveruor Hoadly for tho Presidency by
A Heavy Hani by Burglars.
Do.NVlU.it. III.. June 28. Buralsrs urv
terod tho reridonao of Major DldkertW
rte sfft WtuUom'ii.-i i.iicoi.-y "f.- n.,
THE GREAT GERMAN
Helieves and cures
! ru t IN Si,
Soreneti, Cud, Bruiiet,
'i -1 .ii " I i iiin'i"iwii!-:iii 'li.
i"'1, l:i;l lilUliu. nlPili
I ..ftlll'1 l.llllllllt. ill
And all other bodily actios
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
SoM hy all PrtiKirtats and
I i.-iil.-rs. UlrectiuL in 11
The Charlei A. Vogeler Co.
Bu.n t . vuoruit a co )
U Italtlmorr, JId., V. . A.
p end MALARIA.
Frcm these sources arise thive-i'ourths o
tuo diseases of tuo human iaee. These
symptoms Indicate their .TOstenee : ol
AppetUr, ltoni-la cottive, Mick IIoacN
nclic, fulliicKa alter eating, aversion to
extrtioit ur Ixitly or mind, Erticbttioii
of food, irrltnlillity of temper, Low
plrtM, A feminist of linylng neglected
duly, JHzzlucM, riuttcilng at the
Ili-arl. lo... !e f 1 1 .... I, & . . . , .
- - -" j , iiiuiijy cui
. - .... , - .-v.-.., turn uo-
mnndthouso of a remedy thnt acts directly
. . . . """'' ineiiieino i t i i'n
. ..- nave no e.piiu. J heir uctlnn on tho
K Iilm-V4 !Ool St.- ill (a nlun ...... . ....nnnU
all impurities Uiroii'th tl.eso ihri'O ieov-
r..H, . . i,t ,uu mini, pioimcing appe
tite, sound (litest inn, n-jrulRr Ptools, a eleiir
skin and a vigorous bode. 'jrXTT'S 1'ILLM
cause no nausea or Ktipbig nor lnterfero
wilh dally work and mo a nerfect
ANTiDOTE TO MALARIA.
im rXET.Si LlliK A AL1V MAW.
I lliivn hilrl r)i'Ui-tfii-aii nfh Cmmsm.
(lon.two yoara, nu.l lmv trioti ton UilTorent
klmU of jiIUh, arul TVTT'S aro tho 11 rat
tletf leii-n .lr.,.d ,nn ...... rrl... i
.....w ...,tv uiu toiir (junii, Alley lllivu
eleiuiod uio out, nicely. My nppettto la
3.ieiu..u, nwu ui'esta leauuv, ami I now
have natural pussier. I feel like a new
man." W. h. 1.UWAUDS, 1'ulmyra, 0. -Hul.Uvpryffhcrc.af.
tiiH, 41 Murray St.,N.T.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Chat Haiii ott Wiiiskkrs chaiij-ed lu
stantly to a c;.os:'V Ulack tiy a single ap.
plication of this .Sold bv DruL'iflsts.
or sent hy express: (ni receiptor $1. ,
Ofllee. i i Miii i-iy Street, New York
TUTT'S MANUAL OF UStFl'L RECEIPTS FREF.
Till: HE ST TIITXQ KNOWN
In Hard or Soft, Hot or Cold Water.
VWKS I.AItOlh TIME and SOAP AM.V7
I.M.I.V, Hill eivt'a univeraal nlisliietluu. NQ
loinily, rati ur i.;or, Bhuclil Le without it.
Kohl by all (li-.-icen. UKW.AKK of imitation!
veil ilcsinreil to nusieiul. I'KAftl.INK 18 tho
OM Y sAI-K lnl'or hiivni-; coiiikiiimi1, and al
Wtti Lt.os tho ahovu syiubul, ami lamio ol
J.VUI;-) l'VLE, SZ.W VtAltU.
Rick ncftdAi-ha and relic all the tronMc Inci
dent to a bilious ct.-ite of the pystem, (nch aa Diz
rinefs. Nausea, Ilrowainexs, Distress after I'Stlnp-,
Tu n in the Siile, Ac. While their meat remark
blc BUCLtes hat been shown iu curing
TTenrlfiehP.yet Cartcr'sLittle Liver Pills are eitiAll j
valuahlo in ContipiUlon, curinB and twcrcntinir
thi aunoying complaint, while they also correct
a'l dionlera of tho stomach, stimulate the livr
aud regulate the howda. JSvcn IX they only cured
Aolio f hry vonld brnlmcstpricelei"! to those wno
eull. r f r. .m this ilis-trce-iiis? complaint j but fortu
riiituly their eoodiices (iocs not end hero, and thoso
whoonco try them willllud these little pill valu
able iu so manvwayn that they will not be willmg
to ilo wilhout them, tut after all s-.clc head
Is theVune ef fo many live thnt hero la whero we
mnka our prcut boast, Our pul4 euro It Whilo
Otle ratio net.
Carter's Littln Ur Tills aro very mall and
rrry easy to take, one or two pills make a dose.
rtiy nm strictly vnetablo and Uo not grine or
pure;,., tut by their penttu action please all who
iiselhem. 1 n vials t !i5 couts; five for tU SuU
by tlruiatu every whae, or acut by mail.
CA1ITL11 MEDICINE CO .XeTT York
Delivered at CA.IRO, 111.,
at tho FOLLOTTIXO TRICES:
Ft. bottom, ft. stnvo. Capuclty gals. Trie.
II I" I
i ft e
Thcso tanks are mn.le of CLBAR CTPRKSS, i
Inches thl' k, aeiviuCj bo)poiand are WATMt
TIU UT. Tliey ate-
8hiiioil wlioliMiiul itco well lraod
to prevent their bitmr tiicU'.il or broken in hand
Uuk. Kst'nettel fiirnbbod for
'J'ttnkrt of any Hlzo.
0 x t) 1030
7 x J! 2000
7 x J) 2250
7 x 10 2500
Pinker'rvn, the defective.