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THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
. DAILY AND WEEKLY.
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INVAIHAMLT IN AbVANrtk.
All Commuulcatiuus should ha a'lrirnssed to
E. A. BUKNKTT,
Publisher end Hrorltor.
A Comfortable Boom. '
"This Is Old point Comfort,' " enid a
frloud oa 8ho 1ml tlio way to her sitting
room. It wus lior private room, but
each member of Mio wmily understood
well Unit if ho or she- wished to bo en
tirely at cane, a place wan jirovidi-J
fLwhere tliU desiro might bo realized.
Tlio chair-, sofiw, ciwlilorm and foiU
8toln wero all for comfort first And for
good looks afterward, though thero was
a delightful air of homo and happiness
pervading the room. Appreciating tlio
fact that nothing is less ornamental
than faded or soiled fancy work tho
tidies, piii-ciisbion covers, and tnuto
wero all of gomu material which would
not show dust and wear readily. Drab
Turkish toweling, brightened with
shade of red, waa much until. A pret
ty mantel lambrequin was made ot soar
lot, all-wool Java canvas, with a acpull
worked in yellow and black on it.
Thero was enough of "woman's handi
work" to give character to it, but it was
not of the elegant and painstaking kind,
which cannot be used every day without
being ruined. A few books and ono
"Kul picture were in the room, and aj
togetiier it guve the impression that its
ri hum was appropriate, ami that its sug
potion of rest and j;od influence might
bo advantageously carried out in oilier
There is lamentation in England over
the fact that, depressed by foreign com
petition, the native ehe"eiuakers havo
allowed the quality of their products to
deteriorate. Fancy continental chcases
of delicate quality and llavor are now
found in every English hotel, and on
thousands of private tables, where only
a nhort time ago- they were' unknown.
Wean while Americans are paying round
prices for imported cheeses which were
made in this country, sent abroad, and
returned with the English stamp. Veri
ly, humanity likes to U; cheated,
YoUN'J nion, H'nl miililte "ged one, ?uf
ferine from nervous detul tv and kindrwl
Meikries-s, ecn i thne stamp fur Prt VII
of Diiim Henm 13 ink. Aiir as World's
emsry Medical Axsoriutton, JJufLln,
An Arcdoteof Patti.
Tin f jllo.ing nni'iiiotrt lias recently
gone th rounds of the Parisian press,
its rtarting point K-ing f.he society
chronicle of "I.o (Jaulois." People may
rememler tlio brilliant matinee given
last spring by the ISaroness Adolphe de
Koth.sti.'ld, which was one of th most
i:lej.!w.; t'titiM'taiiimenls of the season.
Patti was to sing there her last Bong Nv
fore taking ber flight tuv.ard distant
Shorvt;. The kind and gracious hostes
find ii.vited tlio diva to come tho duy
l!fore to try the tone of tha riano and
the acoustic properties of the gallery.
She awaited the arrival of Patti with
her husband, but is they had Itfen
specially careful not to mention M.
Nicolini in their note of invitation, what
was their surprise to see liim follow tlio
prima donna into the room! As well
bred people, they limited all tokens, of
disapprobation to nitirked silence and to
a complete ignoring of his prcscuce;
but the gentleman, incapable of endur
ing this mute reproof, went up to Damn
do Rothschild and said: 'I hope. M. de
Baron, that you do not object to my
coming here this evening. I always
accompany ny little wife iu fact,' I
. never allow her to go out without me.'
Tim Ilaron looked the speakor full in
the face and turned his back upon him
without replying. Next day La Patti
sent word that she had a cold aud could
. not sing.
A French tetor named Ilyacinthe
onco illustrated the saving, "The better
part of valor is discretion." It was
during tho days of June, and a company
of the National Guard, of which llya
cintho was a sergeant, was cngiiging a
body of insurgents behind a harricado
at the other end of i short street.
Ono of the insurgents in particular
from a corner of tho bnrricado was
making remarkably ofXeutivo practice
on thu assailants. '
At that moment up came a general,
who was informed of tho state of tilings.
"We must get him to expose himself,"
said tho general; "one of you must
clamber up on top of the barricade
then when our friend at the other end of
tlio street shows himself to tako aim,
two or thrco of you fetch him down. Up
with you sergeant!"
i "lieg your pardon, general, but per
haps, you see, an insignificant, non-commissioned
olllcer like my self may havo
no attraction for bim. But a Imu'dsomo
distinguished man like you, in that styl
ish and becoming uniform ho" d bo
more than mortal If ho could resist
the temntatiout I'll lend you a hand,
Christine HilBSon's Husband.
Auguste Rouzaud, Nilsson's husband,
who is reported Insane, is a rather
pleasant-looking , French gentleman,
with kind, open features, and of me
dium height. , He was born in tho lslo
of llmirimn, and is half croolp. His
grandfather married a creolo woman
and amassed a great fortune. His fath
er married tho daughter or1 Admiral
llosu, and. after retiring from business,
resided in Paris. M. Rouznud had a
fortuno of from 400,000 to 600,000
francs. Ho is4tho eldest of four children
tbreo boys and ono girl. He . waa
married to Mile. Christine Nlllson. tho
famous Swedish prima donna, In West
minster Abbey, London, on tho !tf th of
July, 1872. No'liappler or moro devot
ed couple could bo found, and tlio great
artiste was a model wife. Mr. Uouaud
wus exceedingly popular dining his
visit to this country, and his amiability
and rare conversational powers, united
to his frankness of inauner and his ster
ling qualities of Jioart, mutlo him a gon
. era! favorite in society and secured him
.many mo-Aonc menus.
Sick and billious headsche. snd all do-
ranguments of stomiich and b'twcls, cured
by Dr. Pierco's Pellets" or unti-billioui
grunulm. 21 cents a visl. No chesp b'Xei
to allow waste of virtues. By druggibta.
A hasty judgmeut is rarely a correct
ono. Nothing, therefore, is moro unjust
than to judge of a man by too short an
acquaintance, and too slight inspection;
for it often happens that In tho loose
and thoughtless and dissipated thero is
a secret radical worth, which may slKot
out by proper cultivation; that tho
spark of. Heaven, though obstructed and.
dimmed, is yet not extinguished, but
may, by tho breath of counsel aud ex
hortation, bo kindled into a flame. To
imagine that every ono who is not com
pletely good is irrevocably abandoned,
is to suppose that all are capablo of tho
Pfmo degree of excellence. It is, indeed,
to exact from all that perfection which
none can ever attain.- And, since tho
purest virtue is consistent with sonio
vice, and tho virtue of the greatest num
ber with almost an equal proportion of
contrary finalities, let none too hastily
conclude that all goodness is lost, though
it may for a time be clouded and over
whelmed; for most minds are the slaves
of external circumstances, and conform
to any hand that undertakes to ( mould
them, roll down any torrent of custom
in which they happen to bo caught, or
bend to any importunity that bears hard
fetiid the chemist: "I used to lto very
fond of candy till. I went to work and
analyzed it, and found out what horrid
stud' is used to make it. Now I can't
eat it with any sort of relish. I made a
confounded fool of mvsoif, I diiL
After Sunday dinner, what? Well, it
depends. A person whose brain is wea
ried with intellectual work during the
aveek, or whose nervous system is ex
posed to the strain of business or profes
sional life, miirht to sleep, within an
hour or two of his Sunday dinner, if ho
can. It is surprising how much like a
seven-day clock the brain will work, if
the habit of a Sunday nap bp oucc form
ed. Nature "will take advantage of ii as
regularly and gracefully as she does of
the nightly sleep, and "do her best to
tnako up lost time. People on the other
band w hose week of toil Is chiefly physi
cal may well give their minds activity
while, their bodies aro resting! Two
sermons and thrco or four hours of solid
reading are a real rest to some on Son
day, while to others such a courso
amounts to a positive .Sabbath breaking.
Sunday is a day of rest, not of work,
religious or otherwise. Il is a day for
repose, not for exhaustion. But what
the dogmatists on one side and the illib
eral on the other are apt to overlook, is
tho fact that all men da iVt rest alike
nnv mors thau they Jor alike, and
what may help to safe oue may au
A fool and an
cosily drawn out.
accordion are both
An exchange ha an crlie'.c headed,
Get Hold of tho Boy's Heart." That
w ill do well enough it' it is a girl you are
advising, but we had rather grt'bold of
a boy's collar, with one hand, and his
pistol pocket with the other. You can
rcasou with a boy moro that way.
Attendants on the Sick
fhi'Uld fiiq'i' iitiy iuIih fi w drops of Pm
phvbinic Fluid on ilu ir f ice und h u.ils,
esM-ci'tily when nnrinir thi.se sick wi h
infectious discuses. Articles Used nn or
h 1 urn r Hick room hie uitl lie dirinfectcil and
the atmosphere of the Mik roum puiinYd
and vital zed liyuint! 'he Fluid. I s cffeci
is marvelous in checking the spread ot con
When you are continually couching nigl
siiii d iy, annoying evi ri bo.ly nmuad you
nd hoi ing it will n away of itsown si
cord, you are running a d inncrou ri-K
better n-'c L)r. Tlini"s Uctric Oil, nn u
failing remed in all nidi cus-es.
Some would-ba Hyrms look on with dnur
At the rhymes of Khc'ric Oil "poet:"
we hive iho beat urticlu known to tb
And inicnd that all ners-ms sh ill know it.
It cures couebti, ' cobls, asthma aro"
Br mchitis und cnmplaints of th it kind;
It does not cost much, though rheums
tis.n it cures.
Tis best Oil in the world you can find.
Josh Billing ssys: "lucre am t no pie
in nstral his.ry thst hss been et more.
and thot more oft ttnui anple pi, and io
medicin km cure indegesiun and biltnnse
ness half so well hs Soring Bh8SMin. Price
00 cents, trial bottle 10 cents.
A MarvtMoiH 'uro
For alt bndilv ailments, nrisini! from ini
miritv of blood, a tornid liver, irregularity
of the bowels, Indigeioii, consMpation, or
disordered kidneys, is warranted in a free
use of Burdork Bi'ter. Price ?! 00.
lu Good Spirits.
T. Walker. Cleveland, (., writes: "For
tlv twelve mon'hs I have mfferd with
lumbago snd generd dehiliiv. I com
menced taking IVirlock Blood Bitter
altout Ax weeks ago, and now have grear
pleasure in stating tin' I have recovered
my appetite, my conijuexion ins irmwn
rud 'y, aud fool better altogether." Pric
If 1 .00.
To all who are suffering from tho errors
and Indisrretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, parly decay, loss of manhood, &c , I
will send a reciiie'tliat will cure vnu, tree
of charge. This arest remedy Was ilise.i'V.
ered by a missionary in South 'America.
Send n hM' iimlrcKAc'd envelfine to the Re
; Joseph T. Ipman, Station D, New York
WlT.L YOtl M'FKKHwIlh D st'"t)"l i "Tid
Liver Coinplidnt? S!i!loh s . Vi' ! 7 r's
gtiarnntoed to euro you. Paul 0. cichnh,
0A111O, , BULLETIN: 'FRIDAY
- i i 4 , . . i
- A Couirh. Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. j.egloct frequent I ro
suits in an Incurable Lung dUesae or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balssuis. but act directly on the intluni-
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief to
ABltims. itronclutis, Couuhs, CHtarrh. and
the Tlirot Troubles which Sinners, and
Public Bpoakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches hsvo been
recommended by physicians, and always
give peiicct svistaetion. Having beeu
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well. merited rank among the few staple
remedies of the age. Sold st 2D cents a
That hacking ciuh can bo so quickly
cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it
sul Q. Bchuh, Audit. I
Mant Mikkkablr Pkopi.r drag them
selves aliout with failing strength, IVtlinu
that they are tteadily sinking into their
;ihvcs when, by using Parker s Umger
Tonic, they wuld find a cure commencing
with tlio first dose, and vitality and Htrenth
surely coming back to them. See other
"If. is Ctu itig K' cry body."
writes n druggist. ' Kidney-Wort is the
most popular medicine we sell." It slumM
be by right, for no other medicine lis such
specific action on the liver, bowels and
kidneys. It you have those svinn'oniH
which indicMo bilhusness or derange
kidneys do not fail to procure it and use
faithfully. In Fqu'd nriirv fonn i is sold
by all drugioVs, 3 lt Lake ity Tribune
The Sea of Oblivion
would long since have swallowed Sizodont
in coiuiin n with no uniiy forgetten tooth
pnsters and dentifiices, did not the exper
ienee ot a whole ntiou prove, that it pos
cesses sit-nal advantages. It thoroughly
rlea' s the teeth, dicsolving and retnovinu
their impurities; it nvives their t'mtirij;
whiteness and strengthens their relssin'.'
Id upon their sfH'kets; it renders color
less, ulcerated gums hard Hiid healthy;
and besides rentraiizingsn unsav()ry breath,
invests it with its own fragrance.
Madr kiiom Hahmi.km! Maif.iuais. md
sdspted to the needs nf fading and falling
hair, Pirki r's Hair Balsam hs taken the
tirst rack ns an elegant und n liable hair
T inder on these Truths.
K'dney Woit is nstnre's remedy for kid-
uc.v and liver discuses, piles snd constipa
Selirflprit or mucous in the Wrier is a
sure indication of disease. Tske Kidney
Torpid liver and kidneys poison the blmid
K dney Wort revives tbrm sr d clcnsis tlie
Ile -dache, b'lii us attack, ('iz.i'iis i
of appetite arc mred U Ki.iuey Won.
Sl.F.KM " NIGHTS Iliad II is r-'ble
(list te rdi Ugti. Sh I' h's I'll 1
nieilv for v u . P.iu (5 huh, Ag n'
I'lsi i.ui ' Tc-t'llio: y.
T .John, . B ,.l u rw
Vr Jim '. I'cen i. Var.-.fn- turl it l be- in.
Sill: Fell.ib' llM'.'l Jl'-p' i liiiny Mi
. Xi'i-i UMit i.eivoii- toirc.'it ex r's aitiieii
ii f'uenre on the n rv. us s;s'eui; ninl.
r iri iii-h it, it ii v so. rates the body.
Il nfionls nie much pleasure to p cem
mend a remedy which is teallv g.nl m
cases tor wiiicn n is lii'etnied wren so
manv advertiscil are worst than usele.-s.
I am, sir. vours ti n'v,
Z 8. Eaiu.v. .Tin.. M. D
CaTAHUII CVKKn,fieal h anil sweet lires I.
TUreil l. ShilohV C .t-irrh Henied ;. Prie.
25 cents NaH! Injector free. Paul H.
Schuh, Agent. 4
Goto Paul (J. Schuh tor Mi,?. FrceniatiV
New National Iyes. For brightness ami
durability of color are unenualed. C-doi
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in Engliii
nd German Price 15 centn.
buck, side err' cm, use Shiloh
P Ton I'laster.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
oiiMtess, ni rvons debility, and all wenknes?
of generative orgatis. $1. 5 for $5. A!
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, !ta First Ave., X. Y. Sold ii
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Sn n.oil8 Coco ii and Co isiunption Cure
is sold by us on a giwrinte. It cures con-
Paul O. Schuh. A::ent. v0
On i h ity I'iiy's 1 r a I
We will send Dr. Dye's (V i brated Elec
tro-Voltaic Belts and other E ectric Appli
ances on trial for 30 diiys t- uuing men
and other persons sfflicted with Nervous
Deliility, Lost Vitality, etc., guaranteeing
speedy relict and complete restoration of
vigor and manhood. Also for Hliennni
tism, Iviirnlgia, Paralysis, I.iv rand Kid
ney difficulties, Runture, and nimy other
dis ases. ' Illus'iirfed pamphlets sent free.
Address Vopau Belt. Co.. M ishall, Mich
Shiloh's ViTAMzeii is what you mpd fm
ConJtiiiation, Loss of Appetite t l'.ines
and hM symptom of rysccp-d. price 10
and 75 cents per bottle, puul G. Schuh,
Agent. , 7
liOIIDEN, SlCt.M CK & CO.. St. L..lis, SC.
the best and chei p st ( ar Starter math
i tli it one man can move a 'reight car. (1)
"'ciw"i w effrtuslly cured In
WBIOnT'8 IND AN VEriETMll.K Hl l.s, whi li
cleanse the bowo s atv' p n y lie blood, (1)
Ckoup, Wuoo.-i.M, i;oiou :n,o Broncbiii
iinin .ii I. ly leiievett bj Sluloh's Cute
Paul (i. Schuh, A;rent. y
-hi ')- ';''i;: v' 0 m
f" VIVWH hT .uStJOliiJ. SOI
0rft htjntUUft 01 Illfl,
All taim. ra, Muiliora, 1uuih bicn, Mcclun
ka. &c. wlic a tirrd out by work or worry, and
all who are mucrabla with Dysucmia, Khcuma-,
tbm, Neuralgia, nr vowel, Kiduey or LiverUim
pliinu, youcanbeinvieonttS. ndeirrdhvi"inr'
; 11 you mo wuting away wait touuunuuun,
ipauun or any wutMti, you will Mia j Biccrk
GinficrTonic Ihe Rroatest Klood I'ertilueramlttiei
arl farcupcriorlo Fitter an4 oihet TcinicJ, ill
bu'JJs in iho iyttm, but rcver intoxicates. ;oJ
ct.TiHS;tt;, H"r Ft r,.Cnmits,N. V j
.Indian Blood Syrup.
Ivspc,u.' Mvr ls
m s. Vi vpnuid Ague
KlieiniH'l iri, Prupsy,
II. B r ' I 'isi-xse, Ilil'in H
hpss, Xervou Ucullii)
THE BEST UKMF.PY KNOWN TO MAN!
Twelve Thousaud .Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
iilntc" ilm pt)lji.e In tli saliva, which contvli
he Hia.ih . l cituar o' thu fund lti'.o nine c- A
(Infli-iftii'v in pit a 'lie rau'ex wind nnd fouriug ol
th fue.i (n t e po m i'h. If ibe mi'dirl . i,,r
inimtdhtitly after c-at u, Hie (eruitiiUilon ul Iih il
i r..ve: ii-il.
It acts upon ttie liver.
It ticUnj.oii the Kt'lneyg,
Il Hreiihii.es tlio Honels,
It Piirillt'g tlin I'lood.
It Quit te the Xervons Sjntfm.
It Promotes Mgestlon,
It Vnu. Mips, Strengthen and Invigorates,
!t' arrhso'l the Ohl Hlom mill niikes New,
it HiH.g i In. pi.s nf the kia ami Induce:
It i e"triil K'-nhf h.Tt doarv tmtit, or roNon in
In- Mo d, will h itiirraii-ii M'Mfula, Ervit ieln.
'.Ml t! (nutiritT.il cMu Dii-c a-t i imd it) urm.l lui-
i h- e ! tin pirii rmiiln.vii't In It- msnn'actitro
i i it mi. tit- mui i, i.y Hit- niLft d. ilC le tmlni.nt hj
. l" d a a fci'li i . rum m,i hulnn ri-uultud In at
. 11". n I j Jir.;cl ni.h.
(is vs. nnrj' Ooustv, IPs.
I wn-n"er nn from SkK ll,.d cte und I) zr.i.
i.i'-h hi ii-ni I I-, ulu in. I altt'Ltl tonn biiUhi'lii..t mi.
:ic. ninl n ntunl I' i,l il i r. I I r Ji.i.i.kiii.'s li;dl
in, r.iu.id rui I)'. clO . I ! v riiMl nn;. .
' MRS UrLKN EI. KINS.
WaliTitinn St'itlnn, l.'eKulb Co., 111.
i his In t certify tliut itr CUrU Jiiliimim' Indian
Hlimd rrn,. Ii... t iirt'd aio ul I'ulu in thu lin k. It
la valuahiu nicdicli.e. S!K UOHR.
rpntre fllll. White Co, Ark.
Thl Utorurtirv that I wna afflicte' with Talm-
tsilnti nf llm Heart fur man ' ii nrs I tried dlih t
eut iltH'tiits. w nce prea. rlptintia tPtided umru In
weaki'ti Hi" limn thi-v ii. I ' 'iretiL'then. I a. lad
re IV" in tr I)r Clnrk Julinsuti'a Indian ill. .oil
Syuip. Willi h pnivetl to he i Iioalilve cnte- n.it on
ly i until! Hie 11. art 10 pi.i..-. lull ali-o a Mck Head
nt h Which hail been Ironb'li'U me.
MKs MARY A. N l AI..
I waa r.fllic'i'd with ComiilHitit and Dymipp
."'ii and f 'ill. 1 In irei relief, ilio- th iiaina 'uiudl
din' tinm nn beat dnei.'ra I CiiinniRtici it tiaiue
I 'I. .I.itiuatiti'n Iudluli lllond Si t an, nnd aahiirt trial
cured urn. T. IV. ItlSiNU. Mo.lne, ill.
TliImerttfluMlut Vr. flark .1 l.nann'a Indiim
Blond Sirup b eff clnaly cured m. ef Jlyfjiei la
lai ii.ui b cannot he raid in pralae o it.
V. K. WiM.Mt.lt, BeUlotd, Mo.
Ait'iit), wanted fur In aflle nf the Indian Hhvcl
Sirup in v low ti or viMuko. n whleh 1 have ni.
sijei.i. I'uttii ul re y ve on npplic lluu
nitUC.liWS SELL IT.
Ul.ratiiry 77 Went Sd rt N. Y. City.
Havo Signed op Endorsed tho
Moanrti.Ooftbury & Johnson, MnnufVitnf
ing Chomintn, 21 Plutt St., New York t
Gentlemen !-For t"a part few years we
have sold various brauda of Toroua riao
tora. Pbysicians and tho TuUio prefor
Sonnrin'sCnT)fttni Toro'in PIkt to all
others. T7e oonaidor thorn ouo of the very
fow roliahlo household remodies worthy
of eoafltlonce. They ore superior to all
other Porous Plasters or Liniments for
Bpij ion8 Capci nnJPl a rtr Is a ffenuiss
Parmaceutloal product, of the highest
order of merit, and so recognised by
physiolans and druggists.
When other remedies fail cot ftBsn
son's Capolns Plastor.
You will bo disappoints if yon usa
cheap risstors, Liniments, Pads or Eleo
MiAD'S MUlcatcd COR anUGUNlON PLASTER.
witii !n vtir own town. -mil
rVt'n No rink, i v rviinnit '"'w; cupi
i"lft.it requireil. we will, fureliih ton
I'vnr.i ibii k Msiiv ar.j nuikitur fn
nii.nn U adtf ;U,.; n mull p uiou,
an I r.nvit nA. ijil,r "renl sy
fl a 'er. If y,,n ,t m n bni;) t vtlnrli o eat
iiiaktiKiai pa. i ibntmtiMinworiieiui fo.bul
tlcoiar to II. Ualltt 4 Co- CorUtuii, Maa. , ,
II M l is
I life I
4. NW!,$' -A
For snlft by 0. W. Ifpiidprson. Tairo.- Illinois
f i ifi i i I ,1 ii i r ' Tint
Over 2,000.000 Dottles
'nrronuh.. ro'dt. ir3 hroat, hrom hilt, asthma,
' nnim, giie-l auu IUUHI..
A ' V. OIM jjSM I .SJJW. Ji- I
Balsam of Tolii
tin It him v..r been o advnntni'fioiily entnprnnded sn In Ihe cn!utirntfd Tnlu, Kuck aud Rve In ad
Irion ! lt wi..ih .if l!u nim i- pr"i rtie. It nUori! a Jiilunwe rlimu'ant and tunic, to build 'op Ihe
ni nOi rthe coui hni" lu en relieved
rrt LT 11' IN (JUAUT MZK I'.OTTl.FS FOR FAMILY I'.SE, rEICE$1.00
P A TT'I" OVf I 1 it'll i.p. d'Ceived bv ili'iilerit who try to palm off npon you Rock and Rve in
V.;U 1 Vl. pi re oKnir Tnlu, l!nea nnd Hye, which la thu oi.lv meditated article made
ihu geiMiiiie t'HH h prlvulii die proprietrn Hlnuipon i ocli bmtUi.
The- '10LU. UtK Iv iii;( KYE ( O , I'roiii Mih, 41 KivT street, Chicago, til.
Sold by Dkuo. is is, (Jut ckks and Dealers Everywhere.
l-uHinhi d Monthly, l't lrn $3.on per
Ho. 1 (New Series) Contains
Cot'atrcbytlio Kivcr Song & Clio DnlfiiKS. $ 40
liver tlio hca Scuw ,fc Clio J. M.Novtli. 30
O Hush Thee. Mv Paby llichunis. jo
Ye 1ittc llir.li Qmirti't Smart. 10
The Lovers' Fnrfwull (ju.utcl V. II. 10
Pri ;lit b.yei Walu fanvrtl. t$
Dueun ot' Hearts Gavotte l'.ieled'ld. 30
Heel nnd Too Oalnp tour Hands tlcndcr. 35
New Venrs' l.rei-tlmr lVlka .. Kitenborn. 30
Von Steubeu'a Urund Murcli Drikslcr. 40
A Triiil Trip N01. 1 and 1 mailed post-paid, on receipt of 7$ cts., or four months for $1 .00.
AdJrtss- j.l. PETERS, 307 North Fifth Street, St. Louis. ABency for Ciu
i'ianos, IUv Stats Okoans, IJi tsom's Kpitjons Sic, Send for our Illustrated Trice List.
1 I I Ii j. s; IMPiiOVKI) Hr ii K b: " SC
J J III-.n (,,,,. gu inukeii 5 . a loim f a iloi
Cionii, ubiil enine, -i iri.lit'jj teitioi'mnc Lev
eratje. A'kii rd u I I. nrreii 11 innil for o
U. E. IIIUK.v 18 . Dol.t. rtv,. , i'U indu.
)()KS (IX UUIL1MNG.
Pa mini;. Ieo.i rnt:iii. Si: Knr IMJ elt'lily psfe
t I. I'aiuiugiin tidilreit-, enrlimtiii.. llireu "a cent
ttrnipit n ,11 T. COilsTtK'K, 181 Hioanwur, N. V.
7 III IMir.It
B st Il"al(h hiii St'enctlirestorer used
Cures ronv.'lsinlii of woni"ii and dl-einica nf lb
St ma. b I1iihuI I iimrs. l.'Vei and Kldnova. and m
nti'eh dilt'erein from Ii ft. r. Umji r K'si'iicenand
o : l nun, Hfi' n ve liitcxti-aleti. 11 d l
l7,i h. I a n.viuliiijlnj; 41 mo. hircoi & Co.
W'f. SIMT-OV & SONS'
M:. unilng:, Sccmiil Mounii g Solid
FANCY D It E S 8 PRINTS
Thu EDDYSTONE PlJINT WORKS i.
hum ill ill..' I urgent ninl iiiohI ciimpltte inUl)
'tKlntienig in tlin ooutiiry.
THE EXI'KUIENCK F HALF A CEK
lias eenb'o I them to attain such perfection that
t'lov cuu with I'ontMei'ce ask y, u lo ted tlio qunll-
yo' t 'tdr wo,k Thoy ra'elullv avo'd all iol on-
on dru , im iko onl.v fa t colon, Hblcb nre tho
uui;My wi-h'id In hot wa'er and soap, thero'iy ro-
movitig anyiliii'i; wlrch won d stain undcrc'oth iijj
I lio-e who bui-ami wear Ihiilr prl ts wllr, they
feel conlld'tit. Ili.d th. in supoiliir in dnrnhlllt.v, nr
tis Ir.tiylo un l finish tin sum and auk for tin Ir
itnods, and sou 1b t their minks and ti. kets are on
.lei Aiennr.A new anil uih.ii 1lmL
h ill Wnrlt.wn rranUid I lis henl and
alienee'. miliiitH.ni.alilp lu sve'y
lnnn."ntitlml "llisKumnrsnf l.ila
or.hiili Cresnrviti lea i" bnund in
llnest 1'ri-ni'U nin.on. snibi.nsed,
I liluill.SW ip.einibiiiis iHe.nillel
scwl n ryinu,, ly, pnnorin
1 1, .in, nth nn 7 $t jA.sm ,j
(.till now. Ail Jr.... PMKhrM4 1u.l.
FNIIW TllVSriP Instttniw.ir Dr. W l. I'Alt-
r n ii r
pneumonia, consumption and
all dlteMes of tin'
Han always been one of 'be wot imnortatt.
wei'pnn wielded by thu medical family
fl!'nlii-t thu ciicrnai bBientu of Ci ngba, Ooldf.
llrniii hliln, Amhma, bore Throat. Cotifnmp-.
tlon in tin ii cipieni and Mlvm ed itaiiea. snd
at! HIhI, H.l fif 1 hn I hptial t-liAat nA Inn twm
annum Font-paid. Single Not. SO els.
No. 2 (New Scries) Contains
I'd be a Iliitterfly Sonpr ...Richards. JJ
Oh, dentin IJirds 'I'cnor Song .....Bennett. 40
The Hustic Leaves Duct .Williams. JJ
TlieChapel b'em. or mix. voices..Kreuter, of
Three Fishers Quartet .....ilullah. (A-
SniirWintr tleautv Waltz...... Barker. JJ
l'lcture Cards llluette Behrens.- i
Hoccaccio March Four Hands ...Dressier. $D
Chiming Bells I'olka. Kaphaelson. JJ
HATCH & FOOT E
HO. W WALL 8TI1EET, NEW YORK,
MKNHSllSN T. STUCK KlOUAWSf, ,
liny and sell Storks, Bonds aud Government 9'
rnriiiis, and n ake sd.ai ces on samo if equlred
1'.. ur luir ceut. Ililereft allowed on d noalLa. sul
Jeci l' check at sltht.
THE W ORKS
OF ST. LOUIS, MO.
Mtlch wera totally destroyed by Ire nnrett
nudSoj-umburSl, 1881. 0,B9
Ordo lareioltcttodfor, Mary
Strictly Puro White Lead undicy
t'oki Tit Bsed aud Puie Dninrtlia
Oil, Raw aud Doiiblo Boil
Linseed Oil. t
I ULiiu pby In a few months,
certain nf a situation, address Vaieuilot flro
YEAH and rxpensea to aironti. , O.
fits Iree. Addtvsa ,
P. ('. VilKKHY, Antjnsta, V.
I'niKianc ro" 81 LDIFHS. WIDOWfl,
I tllMOllS KATUKKH. WolIlBKs. . OB
chiblreu. Thousands )et .titled. Petition iv
I. for lo-a of llnucr, toe. eye or rupture, varicose
tulns ur Buy Oisease. holillers' land tsartant pro
cur d, rliihis utoi.ee. Moli lm and helts apply fo
your rlKhts atones. Held 9 slsnips fur ''Ik
Cltiimi-t-oldler," atd Pensions aLdf cntty Una
blanks and tustrnctlous. We can refer to tb
sn da of reus oners and l Hems, Address N. W
KITZU .l A l.li CO. I'vnsion and Patent Atry'a
Ln. k Hoi MO), W ashinKton, i O.
Send stamp for
Celcbratod Binflo Xrceoh-loadisa Sbot
Gun. at 910 UP. D.iuklv.barrsl lire h-loadsrsj
at :o up. Munis and BreschloaiiDg Guns, Killss,
sn l risuils. of must approved KnRllsb aodAmsrlcaa '
niiikss. All kinds of iportlns IniplsmsnU and arti
rlss rsqulred by snrtsnin ami irun makers. Colt't
Now Drocoh-loadina Doubla Qua- tk
lust "nns ri"t made for the prlrs.
712 WsHtM ft. PhllidfliiMa. fa.
Great chance lo masa i
ey. Those wnoaisraya mm
ad vsntmM or m wanil
ces to maka mof Usl are)
offered, isnerally .
weall' v. while tboae erhftda
not itnpture snch chsnr es tsttnln In povew. Wo
wmt niHtiy men women, hnvs and lrltowotk
rlatit In their o localities). Any one can it
.tin 1.1'n piviitf-.y imn, yum nntvssarfi r''iAV"WSI
ness wi I pT more than tn time ordlnanr ,
K-iiriv' omilt fttrtitshedf ee Misnaiuii
cesf ills to msk nnmsv rupldly- Yo taa c
tour t' tlms ti Ihe worn. wci'TMi-r i i
otouienu. Full laioraisJJon end aUtlnii ' J
."i isvw. wm Busarvsi ss vl V.
t i'h ' '''.tft'f, ift r 1
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