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THE DAILY CAWO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOnKNO, MARCH 1 5, lsS2.
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11 Communications should be addresse to
K. A. UUKNKTT,
Publtehor and Proprietor.
The best (lMnfwtinjr, agents, nccord
f to Mr.W. M. Hamlet, tiro in gt-noral
mo capable of exerting an immmliato
d powerful oxidizing action, and that
Is activo oxygen, whether from the
Hon of chlonue, nitric oxido, or hy
phen peroxlde.wliich must bo regnrded
the greatest knowu enemy to baeter
La Mondcs reports that M. Dufourcct
w in the exposed court of lite house
ro bars of Iron planted in the earth, to
it'll of which U fixed a conductor of
ated wire terminating in a tolephonic
fceivcr. He connulU the apparatus
vicoorthrieo every day, and it never
tila, through its indications of earth
jrrents, to give notice of a storm twelve
fifteen hours before it actually arrives.
Some researches on the development
f cryptogamic vegetation within and
ithout hen's eggs have been made by
1. Dareste. Such vegetation he found
n most of sixty eggs submitted singly
0 artificial incubation in a small vessel
iiTtnetically cloned with a caoutchouc
tonner. 'he spoors had probably cn-
ereu the ecsr durinrr its passage from
.he oviduct. The resulting vegetation
jnay prove fatal to the embryo in ccr
At a meeting of the Royal Society,
Edinburgh. Dr. D. J. Hamilton read a
paper on the circulation of the corpus
cles of the blood. The rapid gliding
central motion of tho colored corpuscles
and the Blower rotational peripheral
motion of tho colorless corpuscles were,
he held, to be explained by the fact that
the latter wero Htwx-ifieally lighter than
the blood plasama, whilo the former
were of tho same specific gravity as
the fluid in which they were borne
In Iteimann'B process for rendering
cloth waterproof the fabric Is passed
lowly by machinery through a tank
divided into three compartments, the
first containing a warm solution of alum,
the second a warm solution of lead ace
tat, and tho third pure water, which is
constantly renewed. The cloth on pass
ing from the latter is brushed and beaten
to remove the salt adhering to the sur
face, and finally hot-pressed and brushed.
In this case lead sulphate is deposited
on the hbres.
To prevent the cracking of cast steel
in hnrdening, a correspondent of the
Mclall Arbctkr places the article in a
tin box, whero it is packed with clean
wrought iron drillings, and, after luting
the box careiuuy, lie neais me wiioiu
slowly to a dark red heat. Alter cool
ing it very gradually he finds that all
internal strains which other-wiso would
have developed cracks in the tool dur
ing hardening are removed, and when
steel to be hardened is thus annealed no
further trouble is experienced.
A matter of importance to oyster
eaters has been disclosed by Mr. 0. A.
Cameron. He lately exnmiDca some
ovsters taken from the beds on the north
ern shore of the IJav of Dublin, whero
the water Is very much polluted at pre?-
ont with excrementitious and other of
fensive substances. The oysters which
Mr. Cameron tasted were taken from a
place where tho tido covered them to
the height of ten feet, and which was
nearly, dry at low water. From the
brine of most of the oysters no offensive
odor was emitted, but that of a largo
portion cave forth a distinctly fetid
smell, and in a few cases the brine gave
unmistakable evidence to tho nostrils of
sewago contamination. The micro
scope revealed in the fetid liquid of tho
ovsters whole swarms of micrococci and
other low organisms like those usually
present in sewage. Water taken from
the bay at low tido was found to bo
highly charged with sewage. It is not
unfairly considered, therefore, that the
illness which so many persons have ex
perienced after eatingoysters believed to
have been stale was really duo to the
sewage in tho juice of tho shellfish.
A Pennsylvania mislmntl sued a man
Inr alienating his wife's affections, and
tho iurv trave him one dollar damages.
When a woman's affections are consid
ered equivalent to ten pounds of cheap
sugar, it's no wonder young men are
I never sec a foolish boy miffing away
t a poisonous cigarette without recall
ing a visit I once paid ft cigarette :ac-
tnrv. Whew! I wouldnt write or,
rather, you wouldn't daro print what I
uw. Dirtv butts of cigars fresh from
thft filth of the muddy streets are the
cleanest and nicest
, of tho
ho material used
in compiling theso
precious roads to
ruin. Cigarette smoking is a dangerous
vice, for ft grows upon one. Thero was
a time when cigarette smoking was con
fined almost ent irely to Cubans, who
'knew what good tobacco was and mado
their own cigarettes. 1 Gradually tho
ihabit iipread. Dealers ' followed suit.
tinkers became unscrupulous. Llttlo
.dirtv bovs were Bent out to pick unci-
gar stumps. Oilier equally disgusting
material waa also utilized. Opium waa
mado to do duty. Choap paper took
:tho place of rico paper. I wish boys
could see tho stuff their paper is mado
from. Wouldu't It turn their littlo
stomachsP I trow, I trow. The cheap
paper, the old stumps, the opium and
tho chemicals used to rkiko inom
strong" deserve to bo shown up. Par
ents havo no inftuenco with their sons.
Whv not? Bocause thov smoke cigars
and pipes themselves, tho boys charge
all tno eooa aavice tney get to their
fathers' dosiro to keep them down.
There in but ono way to deal with Amor
loan bova.. Reason with them through,
their eyes, If every nlcotiued stomach'
was miufo public, if every tlmo a follow
died of too much cigarette tho fact was
mado known. If tho proud boys could
bo shown, a rag factory and a stump
prlndory, it sooms to mo the cigarelto
business, would bo wound up vory soon.
This (a. ono of my bobbles; I wish it wero
mat oi CYwyuouy.
Pk. Fikrcr's "Favorito Prescription,"
for all thoso weaknesses peculiar to wom
en, is an unequalled remedy. Distressing
bnckacho and "bearine-down" seosfttioiis
yield to its strength-giving properties. By
Shepherd Top of the Rockies.
One herder, whom wo met at Cola
Spring rancho, showed us a very pretty
shepherd dog that he said ho would not
sell for $500. She had at that time four
puppies. Tho night we arrived wo vis
ited his camp, and were greatly Interest
ed in the little mother ana nor nursing
babies. Amid thoso wild, vast moun
tains this little nest of motherly devotion
and baby-trust wan very beautiful,
Whilo we were exclaiming, the assistant
herder came to say there were more man
twenty sheep missing. I wo male Uogs,
both larger than tlie utile momer, were
standing about, with their hands in
their breeches pocket, doing nothing.
But tho herder said neither loin nor
Dick would find them. Flora must go.
It was urged by tho assistants that her
foot was sore, she had been hard at woi'K
all day, was nearly worn out, and must
sueklo her puppies. The boss insisted
that she must go. The sun was setting.
There was no time to lose, jr lora was
called, ami told to hunt for lost sheep,
while her master pointed to a great for
est, through the edge of which they had
passed on their way tip. .She raised her
head, but seemed very loth to leave her
babies. The boss called sharply to ner.
She rose, looking tired and low-spirited,
with head and tail down, and trotted on
toward the forest. I said:
'That is too bad."
'Oh. she'll be right baclc She's light
ning on stray sheep." ,
The next morning I went over w iearn
whether Flora found the strays. While
we wero speaking tho sheep were re
turning, driven by the little dog. who
did not raise her head or wag her tail,
even when spoken to, but crawled to
her puppies and lay down by them, of
fering the little empty breasts. She had
been out all night, and, winie ner mm-
babies wero tugging away, full
asleep, a nave never seen uuyuiiiig m
touching. So far as I was concerned
. ..IS .11
"there was not a dry eye in the uousc
should not hesitate to wait upon those
whom even such a disease as small-pox has
attacked. There is little to be feared by
persons waiting on the sick if they will
use Darbvs Prophylactic Fluid freely in
tho water thev bathe with and also take it
internally. In sick rooms it should be ex
nosed on a plate or 6aucer, and the patient
sponge(otl with the Juuia diluted witn
water, and also a lew urops usea iniern
ally. It should also be used about every
part of the house.
How often do we hear the query,
"What becomes of all the dead birds?
The secret of their mysterious disap
pearance was but just now half told by
the buzz of those brown wings, and tho
other half is welcome to any one wiio
will take the trouble to follow their lead.
The beetle is one of man's incalculable
benefactors. It is his mission to keep
fresh and pure the air we breathe. Ho
is the sexton that takes beneath the
mold not only the fallen sparrow, but
the mire, the squirrels, ami even nmi'ii
larger creatures that dio in our woods
and fields. Deneatt) tun ciump oi j ar
row I found just what I had expected
a small, dead bird-ami the grave dig
gers were in the midt of their work.
Already the rampart of fresh earth was
raised around the body, and the cavity
was growing deeper with every mo
ment, as tlie busy diggers vxl -a ;u-u
the turf beneath. Now and then one
would emerge on a tour of inspection,
even rummaging among tho feathers
of that silent throat, and climbing upon
tho plumy breast, to press down the
little body into tho deepening grave.
Theso nature-burials nro by no means
rare, and where the listless eve fails to
discover them, the nostrils will often in
dicate the way, and to any one desirous
of witnessing'the operation, without tho
trouble of search, it is only necessary to
place in Homo convenient spot of loose
earth, tho carcass of some small animal.
The most casual observer could not fail
soon to bo attracted by tho orango
Charging the Jury.
In a country place in North Carolina
nnu'iinin nftur the war. thev elected as
old white haired
g r. -r- . - .
nero. lrrnorant. Dill honest, ami wen
liked. His first caso was a jury trial.
After the pleading was over, tho counsel
informed his Honor that ho could
charge tho jury,
"llm.' Chargo do jury?" ,
'Yes. votir honor."
"Wal. gemmon ob do jury, it 'pears
do case am trew, an' I got to closo it
will do charge. Considrin' do 'sperienco
you hab got, I link I will charge you
IWO UOlttl an u i.. vv.
The Age of Miracles
is Dast. and Dr. Pierce's "Uoldea Medics
Discovery" will not raise the dead, will not
cure you if your lungs are almost wasted
by consumption, ll is, nowever, unsur
nassed both as a pectoral and alterative.
and will cure obstinate and sevoro diseases
of tho throat and lungs, coughs and bran
chial affections. By virtuo of its wonder
ful alterative properties It cleanses am;
enriches the blood, cures pimples, blotches
and eruptions, and causes even great eating
Ulcers 10 nuai.
Josh Billing says: "Thero
ain't no pie
in natral histry that has been et moro,
ami thor more oft than apple pi, and do
modlcinkan cure indecestun and biliouso'
ness half so well as Spring Blossom. Price
50 cents, trial bottle 10 cents.
Snn.on'8 CATAnnn Remedy a positive
euro For Catarrh. DlDthoria and (JanKcr
Go to Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Frecman'i
Now National Dves. For brightness am
durability of color are uneoualed. Color
from a to 0 pounds. Directions in jngusn
and German. Price 15 cents.
'Dackmrtack,' a lasting and fragrant per
fumo, 1 Price 25 and 00 conta. 13
"Tto Ritrf Frttmnt fcht
U.Uaff nfall I'arrua..
l - - w - ntw.a nuhiou.ui,. Hon
erf, birnalura 01 Iliac
Co.. N. l .,t-nt?"rry Vt
AIIFanneri. Mothers, iluaiien Mcu. Median
tics, &c, who are tired out by work or worry, and
tall who are miserable with Dyspepsia, kbeurua-
itism, Neuralgia, or bowel, Kidney or Liver Coin-4
rplalntf, youcanbeinvijrorated and cured bvnsini'
If vou aru wastmu nwav Willi Consumption. Vu
Eslpation or any weakness, you will find Parker's;
GuurcrTonic the ereatest Blood Fertilizer and t!it.
and far superior to Bitters and other Tonics, as ill
builds v? the system, but never intoxicates. spJ
ct-andfosiw. Hiwi ft Co.. Chemists, N. Y.1
' Indian Blood Syrup.
NTTHTlf N fM WpMa. Liver DIs
III I J IJ'SJ ,,"'f1' Kvframl Aitne
I ill I I 1 1 Klifiinnitisin, Iirniisv,
1J JLLJJiKJ H.-rtHisH,isi',lfilimiij.'
nf ss, Nervous Debility
THE BEST REJIEDY KNOWN TO MAN!
Twelve Tliousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
This Svtod Dosncwes varied nronortlcs: It stim-
nltttea the plyallne In the saliva, which converts
the starch and sueur of the food into elucnse. A
deficiency in ptyance causes wind and eonring ot
the fond In the stomach. If the medicine J uan
Immediately after eatiusr, tlio feruiculatloa ol luod
It acU upon the Llver,
It acts upon the Kidneys,
It KegulHji'g the Bowels,
It Purifies the lilood. ;
It Quiets the Nervous System.
It rromoU!8 Digestion, , . . .t . ,
It Nourishes, Strengthens ami Invigorates,
It Ctirriesoff the Old Blood and makes New,
It Opens the fores of the Skin uud Induces
It nentrallzes the beroditary taint, or poison in
the blood, which generates Scrofula. Erysipelas,
and all manner of Skin Diseases and internal hu
mors. There are no amrlle employed In Its mannfactnre
and it can hetak. n by tlie most dtslicato babe, or by
the aged and feeble, caru only being required in at-
Oalva, Henry County, Ills.
I wanffer!De from Sick Headache and Plszl-
nei-s fu thai 1 could not attend In my household du
tiff, and a abort trli.l of Dr. C'lnrU johriaou'a lull
au Blood Syrup tllectuallv cured me.
Waterman Station, PoKalb Co., 1Mb .
T hi l to certify that Dr Clark Johuon's Indian
Blood Svruo hn cured me of l'aln in the Hick. It
le valuable medicine. S1HS WOOD.
Centre Hill, White Co., Ark.
Thin ft to certify that I wa afflicted with Palpi
tatlou of tho Heart for many years I tried dtllur
eut doctor. whoe prefcrlpiiona tended more to
weaken me than they did to trentrtbeii. 1 ai laxt
rea ved to Irv Dr. Clarlt oonnnon a imnan mooa
Syinp, which proved to bu a poaltlve cure not on
lv curing the IJoart Difeace, but aleo a blck Head
ach which had been troubling me.
AllO Mill A. riAAL.
I waa afflicted with Liver Complaint aud Dyepep
ata aud failed to eet relief. althoiiKh lining modi
C Hen from our btut doctor. I coinmencud utlng
Dr. Johnaon e Indian Blood syrup, anaannort trial
cured mo. T. W. llliu, aionue, hi
TM rortiflea that Dr. Clark Johnaon's Indian
Blood Syrup ha effectually cured me of Dyspejiaia
Too mucn cannot he eaia m praioe oi it.
W. S. WlMMr.lt, Bedford, Mo.
AupntH wanted for the rale of the Indian Blond
Syrup in every town or village, In which I have no
agent, particulars Rivcu ou application.
DRUGGISTS SELL IT.
Labratory 77 W'eat 3d it., N. T. City,
AX PUUCIIASJiK'S NOTICE.
To Jenkins D. Pldireon, or any other person or
You are hereby notified that at a sale or rem es
tato. in the county of Alexander and state of lilt
nols, held by the couuiy collector of said county, at
the southwuvtcrly door of the court house In the
city of Cairo, in said cour.ty and atatc, on tho 2Hrd
OttV III JUllO. A, II. 1B0. OOIIII VUIU'S piirCIIHKI'
the following described real estate situated In the
city of Cairn, county of Alexander and state of Illi
nois, for the taxes fine and unpaid thereon for the
years A. I). 1H75, IHirl. 1bT7, lbiband 1b7, touethe
with penalties aud costs; said real estate being
taxed In tho name or said .juukliie I), ridtfeon, to
wit: The undivided one-half of lota numbered
thlrtv-slx (8(1) and thlrty-suven (H7), In block mini
bered thirty-one, as known and designated on tb
recorded map or Plat of said city, aid that said
John Untcs on the 8"tu day of July, IBM), assign
blscertitieate ofpurchasetosal'' uremlses totheuu
dorslgued aud that tho time allowed by law for tho
redemption of said ronl estato will expire on the
83rd dav of June, A. I. 18H1.
LOUIS HUiiBtiKT, Aseleneo of purchaser.
Colro.llle., .Murch 11, A. D. lHtU.
To P..Tutoi, or any other person or persons' Inter
You tire hereby notified that at a sale of real es
tate, in tho county of Alexander and state of lilt
mils, held by the county collector of said county,
at the southwesterly door of the court house lu the
city of Cairo. In said county and state, on the Kith
day of June, A, D. 1RH0, John Gates (iiirc.hiised the
following described real estnlv situated In tlm city
of Cairo, county of Alexander ana state or llllnol
for the taxes due and unpaid thereon lor the years
A. D. 1875, 18.8, 1KT7, 1M and 1H7, together wltli
pena lies and costs j said real estate being tixed In
the name of said P, Yates, to wit: Lot numbered
eleven (11), In block numbered eleven (H)
as known ana arsigneua on the re
corded man or plat Ihereol: and that said John
Ostes on the Ulhtl day of July, letit, assigned his
eort Itlcalo of nnrebase to said Premises to tho un
derslgnud, and that the time allowed by law for to
redemption of said real ettnte will expire ou the
10th day nf June, A.lVWll '
Lol'lS HitHlUiliT. Assigneo of purchaser,
Cairo, lilt., March Uth, A. U. 192.
II M a ;
a to r:Gx 'i I'i
tz " Eni '.V I H s srr
Cured my littlo Klrl of fiH.Bhe win alao deaf and
Uumli. hut It cured h'T. Kliiim n talk and li.-ijr ai
weilaauybt)dy. 1'etbb inn, hprlnnwaicr. Wla,
Has been the uieann (if eurliimy wlfeof rheiimittm.
J. I) ITleiUr, furl Culliui, t'oi.
Made aiure cure of a cae ollts for my on.
E. 13. lui, lll.ius.ilk', Kan.
AM A R ITa X EUVI X B
Cured me Of vertigo, neuru (a and tick headache.
Mas. A Uknsosi. Auiora, III.
Was the meant of eurlnit inwlfe of spnemt.
llrs'i A. Eni. Dearer, Vu
Cored me of attluiia, aftrfpiudln over (3.il with
Oihcrdoetoiii. b. It. Iujuon, Kew Albauy, Iud.
Effectually cured me of iitiru.
(.h ,)nvi Wnttnity.
740 West VlBurenSt. Chicago. IIL
Cured our clilld of flu af Riven up to rtlo by our
family pliyxMun. It hwln v,!r ''"I lu hour.
Unbv Kuan V Ilia, Warrcu Co., lona.
Cured me of tcrofula ift'unVrtne for elslit year.
jiUf-arSiMPSoM, I'eona, III.
Cured my son of CM, af i ipnndlnx i 40) with other
doctor. J. riioBN ioN. Clalburu, Mlsi.
Cored mc pennanentlwf rpllepttnflta of a ittibhorn
cluracicr. Kev. Wiif ABriN.Mecliaulcstown.Md.
Cured my ton of flt, fi'r havlnn hid 2, 5:o In eighteen
mouth. Mat. K. Outs. West I'oladain, ci. 1.
SAMARf AX XERVIXE
Cured me of cpllepnymlne years' (landing.
MlSt BI'KNA MiHMULL,
i- Urtuby. Newton Co., Mo.
ITflt permanently cured to of t ptlepny of many years
durauuo. Jaob&ctkb, St. JosepU, Mo.
CurcdmeoIbroncliltKithmi nnd gennral d'-hlilty.
ULitK jiYKKs, iromuu, uuio.
lias enrod me of athnimi:to tcrofula of many vnars
aUdiUg. UAJ JKWBLb. LOVlUklOU, Ivy.
Cured me of n:s. Havuren well fur owr four yeart.
CUAULKS &. Cl KTISOsaKH. UUIIKIUSS 1.0. , .UllilL
Cured afrkudof mm" no hud dyniienma very badly.
MCUAL U UONXOK. WUK'Wuy, L i.
BAM ARrAX XERVIXE
Has pcrmaueuily cured i of epili ptlr fits
uavio iKuiiLi, uis.io;nrs, lotra,
Cured my wife of cpit nr of as years stamlliiR.
Cured my wlfewf auervim dlfteww "f tlie Ivod.
cuRAtiAn, norm uopc, i'a.
Cured my sou of flu. Ju bus not hnd a lit for about
tuuryeurs. J joiih Davis,
oauum. Macoupin uo.. 111.
IS F(R 8AI.E
BY ALL DRUGGISTS
Or mar be had dln'rt fim in. For further Inlnrma-
turn inelciae aiaiwp fr nur lllmtrali'd Journal glviug
cvldeuu'4 of eur,a, Address '
XI u. a- A. JCIt I1MU.II V CO.,
World's Epileptic Institute,
8T. JOSEPH, MO
Reason Why tiey ore VrelervetV to Ml
Other Porou!Plaste or Hxtcmal
Beennso Ihey pd-sess all tho merit of the
Itreiigthenlng poroil plaster, and contain ii a 1
ditiou thereto the nwly discovered powerful and
activo vegetablocotibiuation whieli acta with In
creased rubefacient) atlinulatuiB, ecdatlv aud
counter Urltaut edeis.,
Because they aro n (cmilne pharmaceutical prop,
arutlon, and eo recoild'ed by tho prolesaion.
Bncanso they are tlo only idastera that rellove
Because they will pwlWcly cure discasea which
other remediea wdl uat v'en reUuvu.
Because over B00O phyiielans and drnpglsts bave
voluntarily tesltfted tlui they are superior to all
other yluttora or wedlclii e lur external use,
l)erns the rnannfaciirera havo received tba
only wedala ever given for poroua plasters.
Benson's Catcine Porous
SEABURY A JOHNSON,
A" HVUK RMlEOTA'MSf . t
MEAD'S Medicated CQjlN and BUNION rLASlf
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MARK. Tho dreat En-
nsn remeny, n
iiufHllliifl cure for
potency r..id all
a a a sequence
of suir-abusei asjjT
ltiH nt memory.
Before ToktogMi Xokiog,
dimness of vision, prematura old age, d many
other diseasoa that lead to insuiillv, cunstuiiptlon
nr A hroniahlrii irriLV,.
tmrKtill pnrtlcilars In our pam phlet, which we
deslae to send free bv mall to everyone. W""Thu
Bpuclllc Medicine Is sold brail drnnKM" at ft Per
I'lirKSiro, or sin paekaeee for 5, or will be sent free
bv mull on rucolptol the moiior, l sddri'sslnii.
TUtt OHAY MK0IC1NS CO.,
Bold In Cairo fcvPaul , JJcUuli.
For khIo by 0. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
svl e'teA rsr,vt T5SVnVT- 1W J I I
Over 2,000,000 Bottles
For coughs, colds, sore throat, bronchitis, asthma,
tnrout, cueii aim luut;.
Balsam of Tolu
but it has never been so advantageously compounded as In the celnhrated Toln, Bock aud Kve. In ad
ditlon to Us soothing Hiilsamic properties, It affords a dlirualve stimulant aud tonic, to build op the
sisii in uftTthc couh has been relieved.
tiri'UT ur in uaist size bottlfs for family use, price $1.005
CI TTrP T """V I Bn not be deceived by dealer who t'y to palm oft npon yon Rock and Rve la
iVU HUli place of our Tolu, Iiock and Kye. which la the oulv medicated article made
tho genuine hasa private die proprietary stnmpon eaeh bottle.
The TOLU, HOCK uud KYE CO., Proprietors, 41 River street, Chicago, 111.
Sold by Duuqgists, Groceks
No. 1 (New Series) Contains
Cottatre bv the River Snnii 4rCho Dolfims. $ AO
Over the Sea Son; A- Clio J. M. North. 30
O I lush Thee, Mv llnbv llielrards. jp
Ye I.itte Birds 'Quartet. Sinnrt. 10
The Lovers' l''nrrwcll Quartet . I- 10
liriijlit Kv ttlz Knrwell. 2S
(lueen of Hearts Gavotte Ilietefcld. 30
Heel and Toe Galop four llandi .Render,
New Years' lireetir. I'olka Kisenborn. 30
Von Steuben's (irand March Dressier. a
A Trial Trip N'os. 1 nnd 1 mailed post-paid,
Address: J. L. PETERS. 307 Horth
1'ubUnhfd Monthly, 1'rlre $3.00 per annum 1'oH-paUl.
1'ukos, Cay State Organs, Ditson's Kditions A;c.
T rfnUQ IJJPKOVEI) ROUT BEER.
H1JV lliO puckace makes 8 u'al Ions of a deli
clous, wholesome, spurklliiR temperance bey
oragc. Ai-k your elrntrnit-t, or sent by mall for 2:c.
u. . uini'.a, io it. vuia. Ave., rnuaua.
ROOKS ON BUILDING.
Painting, Decorating. Ac. For 1H82 elehty pase
III, Catalogue address, enclosing three 8 cent
stamps. WM.'.T. COMSTOCK, llll llroadwuy, N. V.
Best lloallJi and Strength restorer used
Cures complaints of women and diseases of the
Stoinucli. llnviels. I.iiiil's. Liver and Kldnevs, and is
entirely ditl'erenl from Hitters. Ginger Bssenccs and
other tomes, asil never intoxicates, mic aim $1
si.es. La go saviUK buying $1 size. lllscox&Co.
mi. siupsps & sons'
Moyrniiiff, Second Moumioff Solid
F A N C Y D HESS 1MUNTS
Tim KDDYSTONE PIUNT WOUK3 la
one of tlm lui't'st niul niont coniplutu fbtul)-
li.slniiutita in tlm country.
THE EXl'ERIENCB OF HALF A CEN-
Has enabled them to attain such perfection that
they can with coiillduree ask ynu to test the quali
ty of their work. They curelnlly avoid all poison
ous drus, make only fust colors, whleb tire tuor.
I ouuMy washed In hot water and soup, thereby re-
moving anything which would stain tindurclolliln'
Thoso who buy and wear their prints will, they
I feel eonfldfiit, find them superior In durability, ar-
tls'iestylii sud llulsh. Besuteaird ask for their
Hoods, and lee tll'it thulr murks id tickets uro ou
MOID mm AWARDED
tlm A ill bar. A lu.w snil unul Mh1
trni Work.WArrAiiU.il 1 110 bist ami
cliMwf,tixliH'U.atlB to sviry
Tnnii.t'ntitl'nl "tlm Kuianeoof Lif
ir,8iill-l'r''rv alien ;" bound 111
tliiiwt Kftieh inunlin, siiiIkimwI,
full Kilt.aiKl i'p.cciuUim. btttuliful
stwit snirrsrinus, lib proMrip.
linns, pnc nnly l 4" sent lif
DiinnT rrnircri P iei instiuittmr it.w. 11 yah-
scuit now, Aililnws fiwlioiir mmi-
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II Afln i fr. 1 .i.A.WWW. W 11,. IT I II V M
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and all dlieasee of tho
Has always been ono ortne most important
weapons wielded by the medical faculty
auaiust the cucroaebmenta of Coughs, Colds,
Bronchitis, Asthma, More Threat. Consump
tion in Its luciplent and advanced stages, and
all diseases of I he throat, chet and lungs.
and Dealers Everywhere.
Single A'o. CO et$.
No. 2 (New Scries Contains
I'd bo a Bulterlly Song Richards, 3S
Oh, llentle Birds Tenor Song Rcnnett, 40
The Kustic Lciives Duet.. .Williams.
Tl'.eChnpel I' cm. or mix. voiccs..Kreutzer.
Three Fishers Quartet Hullah.
Sparldinc Bcaiitv Waltz Barker.
Picture Cards Bluctto .Ttehrens.
ltucciiecio March Four I lunds ...Dressier.
Chiming Bells Polka Uaphaelion.
on receipt of 1 cts,, or four months for Jr.co.
Fifth Street. St. L0Ui9. Agency for CtiAa
Send for our Illustrated Price List.
Ttontly's KEFTIIOVE5 OrrnnenntalnslOftillsete ,
flnlili ii Toiiiriie K. i'iIk, 5i7 s'l OI'N WnliiutnrElionised
I iw", Oi tnviw,Metl Font riiitiw,UpriKhlIlellows,8t(vt
Hprinirs, IjiiMiiSuin.lp, I'neketlorniurie, Iluwlles aud
KoIIith fur uiiiyinir. Ikmtiy's I'nunt. Rtop Action, a
wIIIkIto HMinui h nni-ln an 14 ( IIMllIlN OKUANH.
No ntiwr mnki-r tlnn tiuilit thin oriran lit la ivu-nted.) .
l NOUMOI ft HltTl. Hakover l(mO month,
ili'inniiilliierenslnir. I T Factory wnrlrliiK f,V snd
by m moa Klee'trlu Uglitt NlliUX tollll orders. '
ffF0 Price, TtiKr.t.nellTrrrd on board (tQA
Ht,' tars Ucre.fttoel, Iluok, Ac, only Plr
If after one year's n.cynn are not estlnfledivtara
Oi nun, will jironipily relunil muney with Interest
c:e aits izkizva zzs xsznmsi
Innsrsnn, Flvs. I)nllirs(li) allowrd topsyraprnuss If
ynu buy i romo anyway, you an) wtili-oiao. Tree loach
villi poltie alleiiiliuila mi'tta nil tratna. Other
Cilmiih (HI, t': gi,i,. llnnnfiirtmlli,') to tUVJO.
ISTJlvautiful Illustrated Catalogue frte.
rieace Address or call upon '
DANIEL F. EAllY,asLingtoiit New JorseT
OF THE .
OF ST. LOUIS, MO.
Which were totally destroyed by Ire on May Ulhi
and 8ontember21. 18U1.
Ordor are solicited fb
Strictly Ture" White Load and Red Lod;
t'old-Prtwcd and Ture Dark Castor
Oil, Raw and Double Boiled
Linseed Oil. .
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This elegant article of CHF.WTNfl TOBACCO
is now on the market. Ask your dealer for it.
Mamifueturi'dbv O.A. JAJ'KSOS AClV
ceitalo of situation, addrwis Valewma BroUara,
AttVrrtTlSSKS! aeml to wir Ifo