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THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
DAILY AND WKEKLY.
TttrniH ol H u pno r i p t i o u.
ThKK Of IMIMTAIli:
Dally 01 n y ,ir by currier U 00
wuiv, iin t ear i y mail . . $!'' W
l)nily (ihu iiiontli 1 IX'
Weekly one var 'J (l
W.-ulv. h in nil lis 1 tn
yi'lubs ol live, or more for VVgukly Iliilliflln at
urie- Hum, per year. Jl Nl
INVAI1UHI.V IN ADVANCI.
All ('oiiimtiiilcatioiis should In- a MrfuKHil to
K. A. lll'HNhTT,
PuliUhhiir ami I'mnrlctor.
Srt El Cjircd til Lilt ef u O'.l Tr'.r.l.
During tin; war n 111:111 oiiujrlit vhilfit
iri a military law at MoiupliN was
(lootncd by 11 coiirt-iii.'irtial to biillrr tin'
cxtrcmo ii'iialty. Tint sonti'tiri! hail
liccii approvi'il liv fii-iiT:il I IiirlttiTt.f Ikmi
in (MnimianiJ. 'j'hetiiiu' uj 1 11I ! for
I'Xi'i'iitinn wan hut tlnvo tla oil', when
a. littln woman, throlihin like a wild
hi rd in thu hands of its captor, nrrivi-d
in Wa-hiiitoii, with Hh tti-rtot'onrcsH-111:111
Viinrlii't'. She was tin; daii'htrr
of tint man Htandin in the sliiuliiw of
death. Hit mission w as to see tin; Pres
ident. Mr. Yoorhees. deeply moved liy
thu woman's hlnry and di-tres, Mifl'ered
scarcely a moment to i hip-e hefurc call
ing with her iii Senator Hendricks. The
plan that hastily Kii-Med it-elf to liirn
was to have the two Senators tVnin In
diana, of w hom the late Henry S. Lane
was senior, conduct the woman pleading
for a father s life to Mr. Lincoln. The
three preclltcil thelllelvi s to Mr. Lane,
w ho, after making some preparations to
join the escort, 11-ked, "What is the
charge aaint your father?'' "He at
tempted to carry tjiiinim: to the ciieinv."
"If that is the cae," answered Mr.
Lane, "the verdict is correct, and I can
Hope seemed to depart from the w
w an, and she looked as if she was in the
awful presence of death. At this point
Mrs. Lane entered the room. "It will
not do," paid that lady. fiddrein her
hushand; "this woman has come to see
the Prc-ideiit, arid it is your duty to
conduct her." He surrendered, took a
deep interest, and the party started for
the Kxccutive Mansion, where it was at
once admitted, ami found Mr. Lincoln
Mr. Hendricks, who only remcmher
ed the lady as "a little woman," intro
duced her, hut she, having never Fei n a
l'reidcril before, seemed to have lost the
power of speech. "Vol! will perhaps,
reiiiemlx-r her father. He once lived in
Sprinlield." "Yes," answered Mr.
Lincoln, "I remember him well. On
one occasion a farmer came to my of
fice, and, taking me for that centleinan,
insisted, 'You nmt come out and preach
niraiti net Sunday. Your last sermon
did cjcal rood, and was thought the
U-.-l we ever heard.' I rather liked be
in thought a Methodist preacher, and
did not break the delusion. O, yes, I
remember him well, and there w as some
resemblance between us." "She brings
vou terrible news from that manto-dav.
lie is to be shot?" "To be shot?" Here
Mr. Hendricks wished the little woman
to speak, but she was involuntarily
dumb. "She brings a statement of the
ca-e to you, I believe."
Taking the five closely-written pajres
of foolscap, Mr. Lincoln settled back
into tno c hair, and folding his lers in
the manner that has so often been de
scribed, proceeded to read it aloild, but
to himself. The reading was a study of
the case. For some nii utcs he must
have forgotten the (ioverninent, the
army, and ever tiling, so completely
was he absorbed in the paper. This
concluded, he looked up and around the
room, w hen his eyes, falling ou the little
woman, rested for a moment. Soon he
spoke: "Your father shall not he shot!"
The great weight and agony these words
liftedfrom the little woman, and the ex
pression of gladness that beamed from
tier face, like a June morning w hen the
world looks as though there never had
been a war and it contained no grave,
no pencil could depict.
"I guess," continued Mr. Lincoln,
partly as if communing with himself,
"I had better telegraph Hurlbert yes,
I'll telegraph Hurlbcrt at once;" and
then he proceeded to write the message.
This was slow, careful work, but con
cluding it, ho said, "I reckon that will
do." In respond to a bell, a secretary
appeared. "Take this message," said
Mr. Lincoln, in the commanding tone
of a President, "and send it ipuickly; re
main at the ollice until it gets through;
see that it is answered, and that I am
informed." Thus briefly was tiiis duty
made obligatory upon tht secretary, and
the executive mind was at rest. Mr.
Hendricks has forgotten what became
of the other people, but ho remembers,
nfter having risen to depart of reseat
ing himself and the talk, that for sonio
moments followed. Mr. Lincoln laugh
ed about the article of (piinine, and did
not think taking it across the lines an
oU'eiice meriting death. He knew the
country about Memphis; it was malari
al, ami life without niiniue was almost
impossible. Ilu thought it hardly prop
er to put down the rebellion by giving
people over to nil ague. Indianapolis
According to the British statistics the.
enormous number of ',0:)9 shipwrecks
took place throughout the world in 1SN1,
or, on an average, six a day. The value
of (he property lost is estimated nt SI,
.iMi,(KK),(MM. This was an increase of
::v.t vessels ovcrlMSi), and of about !?f)(Ml,
(mo.iiiio in property. Thu loss of life also
was very great, the figures being 4,l:M
persons, w hich include otlieers, seamen,
nnd passengers, (ireat liritain was, of
t course, the severest .siill'erer, more than
S J. '11 Ml of her vessels having been destroy
ed, nearly U00 of which were steamers.
The year just closed was one of the
most tempestuous ever experienced on
the ocean, particularly In European wa
A Natural Delight.
"It gives 1110 a jileasant sense of vic
tory," said Miss Aleolt. "to ransack the
old trunks, and now and then fish out
and sell a story that has been rejected
over and over ngain when 1 had not
been heard of, and that goes readily
enough now. I lately took malicious
delight in replying to tv reiuest for iv
story from a inagazinu by sending it a
story which its editor had relucted at
least once, and I don't know but twice.
Ilu took It, and paid 1110 well for It."
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY
Of all shares, plow shares ara the
most reliable. Thoy always turn up
something. "- -
(Jno of the first things a farmer's wife
should learn, if eho has not already
learned it as a farmer's daughter, is to
drive and harness a horse.
Strawberries are much more proline
when four or five different varieties are
planted together, although each variety
may be a perfect one, than if but one
perfect variety were planted alono.
The opinion lias generally prevailed
that a little bran mixed with meal would
produce more pork than clear meal, but
m some experiments lately tried it was
found that clear meal made more pork
than a mixture of bran and meal.
The rjemisli farmer scrupulously col
lects every atom of sewage from the
towns; he guards his manure liko a
treasure, puts a roof over it to prevent
rain and Minohino from spoiling it: ho
also gathers mud from rivers and canals,
and the excretions of animals along the
highways, fur conversion into phos
phates, When corn on the ear is fed to horses
they rnastieateit much more slowly than if
the corn was shelled. As a consequence
that on the ear is better digested. A
horse requires more time to cat corn on
the car, than jf fed eithermeal or shelled
corn. If liort.es cannot have time to
masticate a full feed of shelled corn, then
it is best to feM something else.
Professor Hivwer of the Shetlield Scien
tific School, New Haven, says: "On
account of the value of straw and of the
stalks of our corn for feeding, it is found
that an acre of corn, wheat or other
grain, pays as largo a profit hero as in
the West, nnd that the labor of each
man is as well or better paid."
A tiww use fur sorghum seed lias been
discovered. Glucose can be prepared
from it as well as from corn, and it is
estimated thatl,i'"U pounds can bemade
from the seed grown on one acre. It is
thought that the discovery will, by the
added profits arising from the sale of the
glucose, make the culture of sorghum
for sugar a profitable business.
The value of all manufactured fertil
izers depends upon their solubility, and
these manures should all bo appropria
ted by the growing crops. To expect
any such fertilizing matter to remain
in the ground for another year is t
presume that the fertilizers are not proj
ei Iv manufactured. l!one dust, however,
will remain in the. soil several years.
The uncommonly large number of in
sects, injurious to vegetation, which did
so much to destroy last season's crops,
was not in consequence of an open
w inter, but followed a very severe season.
The larva' of these insects were protect
ed by the snow. The present open
winter will cause the destruction of
millions of these pets. They remain
near the surface this winter, where they
can be fed oil" by the birds.
The C'lliirnUir awl Country Haiti nnnn
sas: "It is important to sow barley as
early in spring as the ground can be re
duced to a good mellow condition. On
such soils as will admit fall plowing
without their becoming complicated
airain by the agency of rains and melt
ing snows, some advantage is derived
from the operation, but it will be found
best more corninonly to depend on thor
ough umlerdraining on soils that have
not natural drainage, and early spring
plowing. Tin time at which the seed
may be sow 11 will, of course, vary with
soils and latitudes."
In Kurope tlie camit is gr. vn to a
great extent for feeding to cattle' in the
winter months. Loots of some kind are
fed the winter through to the cows. An
Iowa raiser of Jersey cows says he is
accustomed to feed carrots. (,f w hich he
uu:illy raises Gihi bushels per acre.
Carrots increase the flow of milk and
improve the appearance and quality of
butter. Ueets are preferable to carrots
for mcreaing the flow of milk; the
milk, however, which is produced from
beets, is not as good for butter. The
breeder mentioned above has found it
dillieult to raise his calves on clear Jer-
i?ev milk, and advises the feeding of that
which has been skimmed.
In furnishing a house, carpets cost
full as much as the furniture, any plan
by which their expense may be If-.-cued,
tfien fore, is worth adopting. Carpets
made in squares, with a stained floor
space all around them of say two or
three feet in w idth, cost considerably less
at the outset in material, time, and la
bor. They last longer, as they can bo
frequently turned round; it being the
uneven wear of one part threadbare
while another is comparatively fresh
which make them look shabby. They
are certainly more healthy, from the
dust being so much more easily and
thoroughly removed; and there is no
doubt as to their superior convenience.
After a removal they can he put down
directly, while wilh'iiticd carpels, either
in the old or new home, tho discomfort
of bare boards has to be endured while
tho alterations are being made, the
heavy furniture having to be lifted a
second time, nnd subsequently at every
thorough cleaning. If possible, get all
room, landing, and stair carpets the
same pattern. It gives a house a much
more complete appearance, and when
worn they may be taken to mend or en
large the others. Always buy an extra
yard in stair carpets, ami let theni fre
quently bo moved an inch or two: this
prevents a lino wearing on the edge of
each stair. A doubled piece of still'
brown paper laid over the edge of each
step also saves the carpet considerably.
It is an economical investment to get a
Turkish carpet for the dining-room,
since it will last a lifetime, and always
A'-guuicnt in company is generally the
worst sort of conversation, and in books
the worst of reading.
"I say, mister," asked u dirty-looking
chap, "'will that dog bite?"
"Guess not,", replied Vogg. "Hu
won't bite you; or, at least t wouldn't,
if I were a dog. You'u ln.vo to wash
Mr. Ragbag Was only L'3 when his
eldest son was born. Wo remember tho
day well. Wo congratulated him. Rut
ho didn't seem very jolly. Not but w hat
it was a lino boy, aiid Ragbag was
wealthy, so a family was 110 burden to
him. Rut ho said: "Good Lord, old
friend, just think of It ? Hero at the ago
of 23 I've got to begin setting; a good
example!" iio.Won I'oti.
The potato is a susceptible vegetable
It is constantly getting "niasheih"
In some hats the cabbage leaf must be
pu -feclly at home.
Joe, a monkey at the London "Zoo,'
could never be got back into his cage
when once he was allowed his liberty
outside. Rut he had one weakness
thai of curiosity-ain! the keeper, look
ing dow n a dark hole, attracted the at
tention of the monkey, w ho slow ly nj
proached him to fimf out the cause of
the investigation. Suddenly the keeper
would start back, and, this monkey's
courage deserting him, he llcw to the
shelter of his cage, w hen the door would
be shut. This trick was successfully
played on him every time, month after
month, he never seeming to learn it.
Another monkey, "Miss Jenny," that
came from India', parted her hair in the
middle, smoked real tobacco, and would
snatch a half-smoked cigar from a visi
tor and finish it. She would also hold
a bottle of ale with her hind fool, and
take long draughts between the pull's ot
JosKi'ii Dt uiM.i iiiiKH. Rroadwav. Duf-
falo, wus induced by his brother to try
1 nomas r.iectne Oil, for 11 sprained Miikle;
and w ith half a diy.en iioolieiitioris he was
enabled to wslk round nain all right.
1'. U. hcliuli, Agent. Price, $1.1)0
Why wiu. you cough when Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Price
10 cents, !50 cents and f 1. 11
Mahk khom Hakmi.i.ss MATi:iii.r., and
adapted to the needs of fading an i falling
hair, Parker's Hair Halsiim has taken the
rirst rank as hn elegant and reliable hair
Woums, that universal disease in child
hood, can be thoroughly cured bv the Use
of Dr. Perry's Dead Shot Vermifuge. K.
ferret, Agt., iVi rearl M., -V .City. (4)
HoitDKN. Ski.i.kck it Co.. St. Louis, sel
the best and cbeRpest Car Starter made
lth it one man can move a freight car. (1)
A nasal 1.N.JKCT0K free w ith each bottle
of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50
r 4 -
s-X.. ' '1 K r.J
Indian Blood Syrup.
asm. J-Yvcrtonl .Acne
lilii'uii.a'i -in, lniiv
ll-ari Mm-mm', IiIkiii
in'!, Nervous Ii'liill:y
THE IlEST KEMKHY KNOWN TO MAN!
Twelve Thousand Dottles
Sold Since 1070!
Yhl Syrup pohc'hn' vnrfml iiroptTtlrn: It utiin
ulati' tlie plyiillni' in thu mllvit, lilrh riiuvcrt
thu tiirrh iti'd NikiirnC tint food ln!n eltiC"Hit. a
(leflrlency ill ptynliun miiscH wlnil hik! Muirin" ul
tin' fourl lu tl. i' McmiMcli. If i lie. nu'dici.n .tixim
fnuru ilitit.'ly after ruliiiir, tlie lrim.'nlml)ii ul fxil
I" preven tt'U.
It nets uiiiii tho I.Ivor,
It Hi't.s ii pnii tlio Kidneys,
It Keuuhitos Hie Hnwels,
It l'lirilM tlie Hliiiiil.
It toilets the Nervous System,
It ri'oninii's l'ijrest ion,
It Niinrl..lii'H, Streiitftliensiiiii) InvlMruti"i,
It Carrion oil' tlio Obi lthmil hiuI nmkox New.,
It OfoiiH tho Pores of the Skill mill Imliiooit
It nentnili.i'H thu horeilitHrv tnmt, or polfnti in
tliu Sluiicl, tthlcli ucnerntcit SiTufulii, KrvBlpelim.
nnd ull inaniivruf Mklu DIki'rk'h mid linoriml hu
mom. 'I hero nrii nu npirlt omploymi In lt iiiKiiiirni tiiri)
nnd 11 inn lietiiki n liy the tiitipt d. llciiti! hiiltu.or by
fie Hed mm iVehle, euro only livinu reu u 1 1 i;d In lit
teiili u todlrei tiiilii).
(iilvft, Henry Coin.ty, lllc.
I wiih nirTerlnR from Sick Itemlnrlic and 11 n..l
ni'HB no 1 hut 1 ciiiild not iitleiid loinv hoiifrhnlil du
tleii. nnd a chort trial or llr. t'lnrV JohiiHonV lii'll
mi lllood Syrup ell'ei'liinliy oiirnl mo,
.MILS IIKt.KN KI.K1N8.
WatorinaiiXatliin, DeKalli Co., llln.
'I'll In Ih to certify that hr ('lurk Joliiinnira Indlim
Wood Nvrup linn nirud tut! ul 1'iiln In tho Il.trk. It
In a vhIiiuDIu inodlclnu. MK.s WouU,
Ceutro Hill, White Co, Ark,
Tli In l tnrerllfy that. I wim nllllctinl with 1'nlpi
latlnii of llui Heart for iiianif yi itrit I irieil illll.i
t'tii iloctori, who'U prencrlplloiiH teiiilud inoru to
weaken mu than they did to i.irenirlhen. I Hi lahl
ro Ivert to try Hr, ('lark Jitliimoira Indian Itlnod
Syiup, which tirovod to Ini a tiimltlvi) cure-lint on.
ly cnrlnit tho Heart IHmchim., lint. hIpo a blok llrail
uch which had hiun Iroiilillnu me.
Mltrt MAIIYA. NKAL.
I wm nilllctoil with Mvor Complaint and Hvxpep.
la nnd rallud to lint relief, tilthotmh iihIiii; imnll.
rltio from our lii'Ht doclom I comiiienoeir iiIiik
Dr. JiihnKou'a Indian lllood Nvrnp, mid unhurt trial
ctirod :ub. - T. W. KlWINCl, Mulluo, III.
Thin rortine that llr. ClnrU Johnnon'd Indian
lllood Syrup hnn ellVclnally rnn il mo of DyMpopnla,
Ton much raniint lie nnld In pruUeo' It.
W. K. Wl.M.MhK, llcdlord, Mn.
Aii'htH wauled fur the oiile of tho Indian Wood
Syrup I" overjr town or illauii, In which I huvo no
i;i ul, I'KrtlculHra Wen on appllc itluii
Dltt'UUlMI'S NEI.L IT.
Ulirntory 77 Wt lid t N, Y. City.
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J jitcrarv Weekly .lounial
' V IT 1 1 f II I Ol IT f f Volt ViT II a V
Ciul in'tcd by Alb ii W.Toiiryfp,
iiol hoc of " v I''oo'h M 1'mikI, ol i: ,
lll-BIHll'il l)V J 'IIIlH'l t . Jll'ltllOll
IllIll KolllM'l H. I!lVi .
r'lr.t N miilier li-ein d I'l liruiiry 1. lsSj.
H'he tnimt () yfllnniialL.il .iitliLp. u ml uL-ilfnl u.l.
1-lK. Iiulh Ainerirmi unci Kbtili'li, haie liven e.i-
l'hl:i-(1 liy "Our ( ontim nt." The K liniai y limn-
a.iiih i, r. I . nil', tiiiiiau iiiih lllliriie.
.Inliii 1 1 . i.l....t..i i. rt i.....t. ... -.-I.. ...
Mr. I .. V u ml . . L' I. I I. II.... It ..' .
" .in"...!!.!!!, I,, ii jriii",t-ti.,iuiliir'iivwi-
I'lir W Dili;, :.iilli-(. rhntnller Moll Hon. Ii II. Iloktr.
!s"i'-y i.n:in r. o. r l.miin.p, Telia Hunter. . IP.;
cntertiilnliiL' HkeK'lieit hy ' . u. I.eland. illmi.
Itreliniini) II (i. MitclnH. ilk Maiv-1) Felix On
wald.t'ie.; .ti id piipern liw I're-idiiil 1'or'cr, of
Yale, i:liot. of llurv in', I'mvo"! I'l ppi r. ef L'niv r
city or I'i iii "ylvitiiiu, i ic. ; lui-lilmi ui,', ,y Kute
Kien' ; nrt 11 u-tniliniif liv I.ouIb ('. Tiffaii'v ; r .
er.r In- 1'rofrt Itolhroi k, ' liarher. e!c. ; ocfal ell-qui-tteliv
Voiilluii; ruriil on provi.-ue iit hv Hon. l.
U. Nnrthrop; Inn ami humor hy C. II. l lark, (Mux
nu" i . , iu i. i.t-iuii" ana a not! oi ouie e.
nenun-ui iiiUfiriiliiuif art' a leaillni; l"iiliiro of
'lltl' I 'rtli t iti..,. t " 'II..... .1... .1.... . .1... ....
" - - ' .'t i u. j n; tiiv inn- i iiiiii. nri
c-tii t'roducts nnd i'ial to moKt purl'eet in the
I'iici.' In ct'iiiii s niirnlivr; J I (l i a vear: .S do mx
nioiiilin. .Mailed free of pontai;e ti unv addre-H.
i-tj.vv.iu.fll vtl f.
NrU Hfll'Hl IT Vi lli llnH It tr, ill. tilt Ii t.trt.ut lit l.r.t.
Hint "Our Continent" to their ciiHionn rn.
rofiniMKHTit are invite'l to tt;i! riilii-cription
l.itiernl ciMiiiiiitf ion.
ii....ir t-t.Ul,uu .on i ... .t...t i
,.... v niitnrFtiP ..an atiti nijt-i. Ill llieir I IKI I III i'P
without in if rfi-r' rn with their reuiar buint'm, liy
nrting tor "Our Coiitinent."
Write for partlculara to "liUKCON'I'.'NKNT."
j.itu.l I.i- Tl..
i iiiiauci pii n, x it.
Reasons Wtiy they are Vroforrptl to Alt
Other Vorous Vlasvor or Externa!
r.opftniie they popjom all (lis merit of the
HrenRihenini; poroim planter, and contain in ad
dition thereto thu newly discovered powerful and
active repftalilt! combination which u' ta with in
creased rubefacient, stimulatiui;, ecdative audi
counter irritant th:tB.
r.ocaujo thoy are a ceniiine pharmnroutical prep
arulion, and o rccoTiized by the prolettsion.
r.orann; they arc the on'.y Udterg that relieve
aiu at oucu.
Hecauw they will positively cnrodiicasea which
other remedies will not oven relieve.
Tiecaine over MOO phvaiclan and drurpistn havo
voluntarily tvatifled that tliey are superior to all
other piasters or medicines fur eitemul use,
Bi."iiin the mannfactnrer9 havo received tho
finiy muda'.g ever given for porous piastre.
Benson's Cape Porous Plaster!
SEABURY &. JOHNSON,
Mamif.ictnrintr Chomlrta, New York.
A HUH B "M KM ICD V AT"irAST.PricT"8VtrT
MEAD'S Medicated CORNtnd BUNION PLASTF-
N "J J week Invmirown town. .: otittlt
J lx 1 friiu . No risk, rvrythiun new, capl-
I I I'll not required, we will furnish you
fill J l everything .Many are nmkiiii: for
Tr tunen I,ndie niiiki' as much as men,
and hoys and ulrla niakti I'reat pnv
Itentlor, If you ant a biiHiiivi-s lit which you cai:
make irreat pnv all the tlmo vou work, write' for par
ticuliirs to Jl. llallett .H'o, 7 Dr'Jiujil, .Maine.
HiilWi t Uros. liolcsnlo Tri p List.
4 riaiio, 7 net., diiaie, rosewood, caived,
auratVi! ji.vi tin
7 rnino, upr. 7'a Oct., cahliiet irrund 171 no
13 Oreun, I sets reeds, !i n.ops (rand oriiu W) ihi
OS " II sets roods, 1: stops, o.')iider, stih b'iss 71 ii
O ir TiiiuiK nnd firmans wnrrmtod Hrt-class.
S Violin otittlt, hox how, Birlnfs, completo. ., . ;i ml
3 " croiiiuiiii moilel, o.vtrn llnu ! no
I Accortloon, 0 key", lmss Inn, tine (one i no
tl " Id " I slop, ijsi'tsrueds, ii'rfuct..1 (XI
i .loiitn uriiuns, liiiiia ounce rt, 31 holes Ml
1) " Cleliillno llliiiler, III holes, U. H. 'Jl
11 " " coneerl tloiililo iil lioli s " 1 d!i
II Clnrloiiet. cenulne Martin, 0 keys, hoxwo id R IM
17 Fife, ill ebony, (ionium silver fernli Ml
ID Music box, 1 tnne.oriink, flue 1
HI " 8 tunes,, wind wiih lever, larno 4.1 mi
1.11 Violoncello, patent, iiuohitio he:id. (j'lod.. HI Ml
'!'. Iloiihlo llnss. piilent head, :l or I atrinus.. at mi
VI liultiir, maple, machine head, line llnlsh.. 4 lai
t!T ltanjo, 10 Inch. I lnis brm k 'Is a mi
W Ciinii't, ira-s oornpocon style case Actooks il 1 0
.'in Drum, linos, rnisiiin, (irnaiiienli d 11 mi
(told violin, cjiltur hiuI IihiiJo strluirs'IMIrtm,' l.'
Hllver " " " " " " " in
Hleel t( ' tl o ' t ,1
(liil. Iiusliin,(lertnaii or Ilallau, In at. (piulily 1
lus'ructloti look', Howe's or Winners, any
Ilavlncjust innile a irood Initio for MO Klnyer
Suwlnu Machines, will sell t hem f..r each while
Muiioy In t ut to "life In common letter If plainly
Tonim atrlctly dish with ordir. Will lake
Aietil nnd ilcalcrH mud for our 10 pKi'('aluiiiiriio
On ahovo not w luilcsiilo pulces nouts rim niaku
lot) por cent profit.
Call on us when you romo to St I.oult.
Heferi'iiroitt Anyhatik or Mliolesalii Iihiim In
Utilliert lima. In tho only (lotioriil Whtilesalu
Music House lu 8t. I.ouls.
' mn.iJEHT mum,
Oil Olive rltri't't, Halnt Louis, Mo,
H B I II P'
For sato by C. W. Hemlerson, Cairo, Illinois.
r -vu wji -k-j --,..111 ,1
rjlMfi .ttS'V.: .-. :i'..Iati ii in'""'1'1 ' '"
Over 2,000,000 Bottles
ror rroietia. rn'ila ir t lir,i-. ,r..rtnl.l,tj autt.m..
throat, chet and Iuikh,
Balsam of Tolu
.1. . 1 . 1 "t,t, ..I.,!,. ..tl.-., nrtuiiiu,
throat, chft and 1uiii;h,
,, i,i ., , . , ,
.... iv 1... ....... r., D.i,i.iniii.eoiisi mm pun ii tie ti ns in me celelnaietl Toll, Hock and Hve lu ai
dlilon to lis sooth mi; lla'samic i.ropertles, H all'ords a dlllueive stlniiilaiit and tonic, to bulla 'up Ih
:irpL-r n in vuakt sizkbottlfs
() TTTIOV! l'1' n'1"'!! deceived by
17. l I J a k t 1 , Iil Ben f r T..1 it O.... t.
, . - r " ."i.-t it.it r. nuti nic, niueu is uiB oniv inctiKuieti artic o matte
the genuine has a privnte die proprietary sinmpnn eaeh boitle.
Tho TOLU, ROCK ami 1JVE Co., Proprietors, 41 River st root, Chicago, Til.
Sold hy Dkuocists, Guoceus and Dealer Evekywhki:e.
Di. ...--...T-J.J. j..:-1r-.a .......:.-r .'fn-.-.a . . m. m
ruhtinltril Monthly, I'rlrr ..'.. OO jwr
No. 1 (New Scries) Contains
Cottairebv tlie Ilivcr Son;; ,V Clio lloli'uss. ?
iver the Sea Noni; tV C lui J. M. Nortb.
O 1 1 uli I hce.Mv l'.ahv Kiclinrds.
Ye Lille IlirtU l )tnirtet Smart.
'I lie Lovers' l-'iin-well Quartet . . W. 1.
Uriaht live Walt. 1-anvell.
Queen of IIcrt4 Gavoltc. . r.ielelel.l.
Heel and Toe Galop four U.iinU I'.endcr.
New Vears' (Ireetini; I'nllt.i .... lii--i tiliorn.
Von Stenheo's liram! March Dre-sler.
in u iiresier. an I
A Trial Trip N. is. 1 ami 1 mailed po-t-paiil, on receipt of 7; cts., or four months for fi.on,
Adiinss: j. L.PETERS, 307 North Fifth Street, St. Louis. Ancy for cmask
.'ianos, Hay State Oikians, Ditshn's 1-.iiitio.vs Ac. Send tor our Illustrated Trice Li.tt.
'1 rfftitrip ! Are'ils 'r"oei;lc:t ! T r-''. "rf'iii.
I- ; r
t !:! I
-! r- is 1 1
t ::; '!!:! f '.!i VH ur-l ai-rf.'rt I'imtKitIi'lv
'i'uvi l T.Cltilet
iletl Wire I :!! Co., "Hi Avti.i,'. V.
Sr. S. Sibb's rtcmal Pilo Ecacdy
lii vet institnti'i lie f uti'lisanintalllbifl
CURt FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Hohl hy lirntfiri'tiifvervwtiiTe I'rvf, i nop.-r bm
I r'li'i hv mail, hanij'l tent riv 10 riiyslrlana
ami tllftittiT r. hv I' ,N' itt.iiiller A I'n. Hox 3:i:t
Ni iufkCUl'. bulewauuiuulureriiol "AnatfH.
1'V It l'l'. f"r,ss'-- wi,h Improved Interest
1 1 tahlu, calendar, etc. Sent to anv
iiddrcnK on rerelpt of two lliree ct'iit HtHinje. Ad
ri refit l'1'iirlei. llireti, .IS North Helaivaru avenue,
Ilit'riiinii A si It 01 11 1 tire iicirry.ii.UiKi ""
jiiir.i.iir rei''Ui lirf wiifnt eaN's.liifiireMeuiiifort-
ihli'KliH'p; elleetHeiii'i'n where a'li it )icr fail. A
riitl f.iiiri'ni'r. tht wi'Mf .AretiVii. I'riee TiOe. anil
1 .1 a I, nf jiniiftis'ioriiv mail, rvoni-li' 1. 1( .,..
I'.irHtiiiin. lot l S('III'.'M xn.si. ('mil, Mitin
HOLD MEOAL AWARDED
tin. A ut hnr. a new nntl Krn.it Sit ..
leal Vt ork.wnrrnnt. il 1 he heat und
clit'upiwi.iiHlimtt.n-nhiH i,, rtyry
nian,ttititliul "lli,Suincnn( l.if.i
iir..St(-l'rittniaiinn ;" btititut in
tiniHtl iTi'tii h niuniin, onilHittxi'il,
full ill .mm ip.m.niitt Imant 1I11I
uteitl m.'ritnnitii, pjjj iiren ritt
tlnllH. lirii'M (111I11 ibl1!lBUH. l.
I Cologne I
Nc.A l-iu'iliiii.ihitt. Hull
ty dinV rin Drm ti A lVrfuiv
try, Kltiftiiiw vt I'tiitox j
. I. 1 ..rni'v rvn-itllf.
- All L-ariiKTS, AlutUcta, inlands MclIlui
ir Re, who nre tirctl out hy work or worry, and
all who nrc miserable wuh PyK'psi.L Jxheuma-,
tisni, Neuralgia, or Hr wcl, Kitlucy ar Liver Com--
Ju nius v"uc;in iiPinvnrnTnim nni nirrti nvusmt
ll vou aru u .iNtitii. nwftv u na I ntiviiiiiiiii.tii. Iit
pipanonorany weaknett, V"U will linu I'lirkers
Conner Tonic the Krealot llliimlEertilucrandlhe!
nnd f.ir Biin.'rior to Ilitirrinntl other Tonics, at il'
builds tip ilu) syttrm, tut rievtr intoxicatct. 50.
t. ntt't .ti mrt, rnrox f? 1 n .l nnon. in. t
1AR KIWI'S lta.K,l.T.lrult
fi r T Ureal clianct' to mako mnn
I 1 I I I 1 ty. Tliosu who always tako
I'll II 1 I I "'Ivtihtairoor the ffood clmii
l J All '" " mo'oy that aru
"iill'eretl, (leuernlly becoma
w eiilt' y, vt hlle thoso who do
not linptttvo such chances tern tin lu povotit. Wo
want many mon, women, Imvs and girls toworkfoi
lis rlttht lu their own li.ciilltlen. Any one can tlo
tho work ptoporly from thn llrst mart. Tho busl
riess will pay moro than len Hints ordinary wanes.
Kxp-'iislvo out lit furnished free. Jo ono whoetii;
Kf fulls to tnakt nioniv rapidly. You ran devote
your whole time to tho work, or only your ipat
moments. Full Information and all that I needfti
tout frnu. Address Niiuson A Co., I'oitlund, Maine.
- . -.. - -mw 1
t. , ... ...
I'li'-uiiiwino. euufiiuipuou ana an uncases 01 tn
Has always been one of the mo't importai
WealltlUS W elded hv the metlliHl run,
B'.'ainst the encroachments of Ci'iijihs, C'oldi'
iiront niiis, rtsinnia, Mire 1 nroai. Consnmi
t joll in ilS indolent nnd srivtin i'l.-I utiKTi.a an
. all dlsesses of ihe throat, rhet and lunt-j
for family use, hucksi.oo!
deulers who try to palm off upon you Hock and live 1
.... .1 1 ....... I. ...1. i ... t. . t
annum 'iMt-latd. Slliyle Xok. SO r.
No. 2 (New Scries) Contains
Wi ti ni.
I'd be a Ilutterllv Sonir Kirhnrds. $ i?
oh, 1 ..'title Ilirds Tenor Song . ...Dennett. 40
The It usiic Leaves Dnet ..Williams, js
The Chapel l' ein. br tpix. voices.. Kretit.er. 00
Three I-alters Qtiurtet Htillab. on
Sparklinir lieautv Wulta Itarker. 35
Picture Canls Itltielte Itebrens, 1$
liiteeaccio March bimr ll.inds . Dressier. 50
Chimins' Hells l'olka ...ltaphaelson. 3J
HATCH k FOOTI
NO. 13 WAI.I, STHEET, NEW YOIilC,
MKMI1KHHN Y. BTOt'K RfOIIANOS,
Huy and mill Storku, ltuttda and Oovernmont S,
rur itieft, and mako advnr.ron on same if totiiilreti
Four per cent. Interest allowed on deposit, sulj
ject 10 i iiecii at sijjni.
OF ST. LOUIS, MO.
Which were totally destroyed by itn on .May S8l
anil September il, 181,
AKE II E BUILT
Orders nrotulicitod for I
Strictly Pure White Leml ami HuilCT
f I. .1.1 II- I 1 T. .-.In. '
vi'ui-i it'KM'u nnu i nto uarK tastor
Oil, Raw nnd Double IJnilod
Y(HT(r MVX fyoa ivniiltoleiirnTi'li'Kr
1 -illicit pbv tn a lew nionths, ud t
certain of a situation, udtlrcss Valeutlne lirothor
illllil.'SVIMI!, '. IS,
1 I'.AH and exnensea to nuenls. On
I. 1). V U K HUY. AiiL'tisla. Jlu.
PlMwiniW Elf SOLD1EHS, winoWf
illlMUII.S FATIIEKH. MOTIIEKS. U
rhlldren. TIioiihhiiiIs yet ei.tilli d. lVuslons 1 1 J
en itir io 01 nnuer, toe. eve or rupture, vartcimi
vslns or any disease. Holtllers' land warrants nrt
cured, rlL'htsat once. Soldiers and heirs apply fol
your rlitbls at unco. Send a stuinix for "I hi
l ltl.t'ii-Soltller,'' aud l'enslous and lltiiiiitv lew I
blanks and Instructions, Wo ran refer to thmJ
s'li tis or I'ensloners and Clients. Atldres N. W
FITXi.KKAI.il A l'(). retisloii and I'atent Atty'
Lork Uox RnS, Washlnutou, l !.
Celebrated Slnfflo Dreoch-loadirifr Shot
Gun, at $12 Up. H 'lil lu-liitrril trettrli-li'ili'r,
at i:n up. .Miirilnanii llnweh-loailiiiK (Juns, ltillft,
1111 1 I'islt'lii, of most approved Kncli.h and Ainerlrtn
makes. All kinds of sp.irliiut linplemsnti otl rt.
rles reqiilrtHl by srtmiinn ami iruii makrrt. Colt'
New Breech-loading Double Gum tb
lii-sl etuis vet niado for Hie pries.
712 Mnrket SI.. Philadelphia. Pi.
To Provide lor
Send Kil-cent stamps for samples of 4 Mataitn
you will be sure to want for ronr children.
J .10 year. The best, largest and most fully IU"1
truti.il .iiaKaiiio 111 tn world ror ynunc ptiopio,
Tho baby's own Maitsiino, more charmlnK thin M
er neiore. ion 00 eeins a venr
IITTLB FOLKS' LEADER.
A ilellnhtftil nd refilled Monthly, for public tn
prlvutoff hools and bnini t. n cents a year.
An Illustrated Weeklr tor nnm Deooli edited 1)
Mrs. 0. H. Aldeo (1'ansri, eitpeclallf adapiml fo
iiiiitiay rtauins do ceo is a year. Address
throp A Ci.,l Fiaukllo t.. Iloalon, Hut.
Hani stamp fpr