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THE DAILY CMltO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNINO,v MAIICII 25 1682.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
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, DAILY AND WEKKJ.Y.'
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tVGiubi of Ave or mors fur Weekly Bulletin t
onetime, per year, fl so
, All Communications ihould 'jJjJ'gxT
, publisher end I'ronrletoc.
TTattettet'e 9tomsr.li Bitter It the greet house
hold medicine of the American people, ind I tek
a everywhere it a safeguard leiiiiKl epidemic
end endemics. remedy for dy.pepila, bilious
ness, end Irregularities of tb bowels, at a care tor
thills and fever end rheumstle ailment. a aeda
trve la nervous ease, aud M a general tavlgoiaut
fur tal by all Drngglsta and Dealers
, . generally
A valuable XMenarery aad Mow Daparttre In Med
hai bcBea,Baestuw1r New and a.iueelr risen re
I juar-if lor la npeedr end paraeaaet Cur of Menu
W XmiMinoa and Impotent? b the onl true
T,TU: Direct A -pllttion Wlb. principal.
of the LrteaaM, actios 7 il haonrtion, end eiarttnc
Rl tea-lnc laaoencw oe the BemlniU Vmticlee. EJao
uletory Duct, Praet.iteOleud.ead 0 retire. The
ee ol ue fUeiwIr le eUeadod miitx DO pa La or Ircon.
veaWoaa, aed duae out l.iierf.re with ibe ordinary
wnuluef Ufei U la cj-jlrkls duanlradasd enue at
aurraed.prnduclaoaimKOilUuiMottilnf aed nwloa.
ue evmt epne toe erioal end arutt e-nrantra-tioee
wracked Iron, eelf-abuae and wnern a, stopplne
tee drain 1rna the e-nrtom, n-rtonnf tUw mind 10
beeliheodaouad tnemoty, remorlne- tbe Dunne
o( Bia-bt, Rervoua Ix-biuty. Conf union ef Idea.
Aftretca to Society. -Ac, etc., aod tbe appearance
el premature old etfo eaUr a.coaiieiiiae thie
treble, and rertnrln,- perfect Sexuul Vitfw.ebire
H bee one dorm .at lor year. Tula atone oi tenat
SBeat kae stood the- toet la "T aerere eem, and la
bow a proeoeoeed eocoMe. DruKeeretue morb pf
ecftbed la teae troublee, and, aa mnj cae bear wiU
e to, wttb bet Utile If an v parmarwrtood. Taare
taeehueaaaeehoeltaial'n.taralioa. 1'racllral ob
earraluwaaaMeaue to poatlliral marmnlce Uiat II
will fftmeeUefactloa. IKiriau (be aiebt raari tbat
H baa beea la raawrel ate, w bre tboaaaoda of taatl
aueliaaU lia nine, and It la now eoarwlad bf tbe
Madiral ITeaaaloe to be tbe meat ratliiuai aM 7t
dlaeovaiTKl of raacbleg aod cermf tbla very prevalent
trouble, tbat le wall kauwa to be tbe cane o4 oouwd
tMry to ao aaea t, and epon whom q uac k a pry with
taalr eaalfwe eoatreiaa aod bill feee. Tbe brnwdy
It Miopia mat boane, of tbrrailia. Nail.iaoouca
tolaataaoatii.lt3 Mo. U.irilbrlret to rflect aMf
Kaaaot cure, ttnleaa la aevore ca,) 5; Hi 8.
llaMlaa erar tbne Btootba, Bill at"p emimloea aod
taatore r ta tbe worU ewj 7. H-ot hr a all
aaiad,iB ClalawTaivera. Full PIRSCIWM. 1
una vrui accompany KACH BOX.
ftreeit Vr Mrm toW Itrmrri plltti JPawtpH-N
i raalHnynteenl4NllllMetre!aoMa 1
I Mf reawmeMr. trhlrti tHl rmtMri 1
Ik ewaew afcJ.ml I ha thrm rmm axi
I rwetew-ed tlmrfrrt fi.tfcNMf.eMlM-
1 td tr IM ettaea f Iff, eniwa M f
Vlatver iT. o44tJl.JI
HARRIS REMEDY CO. KTG. 0051
artit u4 Ut $U. 8T. L0UI8. Ma
17 SU (T.rlos Street, St. Locls, Mo.
A aaanlar radi'e ot two Mnhral (VtllittfM. hna rwea
leneer lucatMt tban nnr otheil'br.iHan la hi lnn m
cltr papranbw,nd nil old rmili-n'.know. B)-pbilia,
Oonorrbore, Oleet, Stnccure.Orchilia Kupture.ali
TJrinary ByphlliUo or Mercurial Affectiooj ol
Tbroat,BkinoreVneeitMl Pafnlr, 1'rltuteiy.
pematorrhriaJaeauiU Ixtblltty and lmpotracy
at laerMultef Holr-Abve, exnuil nrenli matorar
ran.eroT.r brnlnwora. protuclnKOrTiu.n..aanln.
lealMloea, debility, dliana4olaiaht,(tef(rtlre maa
ory, pbrlr,U dwiar. avrf)Q to aociMiy eonfunloo of
IdaM, IomoI lexoal pownr.nltrht lorwra.rcli'rinK mar
rlare lmprow,are parmnncBtlr cured, t'on.ultntioa
at site or by mall tree end InrltMl. Hnmt.blet one
etaaip. Mealnlaae aunt by mall or nti. t'urvi
wee anlaad. Whara doubt ktIi: It la frank I rtntl.
Carriage 1 peg
Trio whoiaatorj, wall told.aml latniatonlx, on the
fnllowina uhjactai Who mT marrr, wP" not, why
h.uii. 2, Wnwwnhond, I'bjali'al decay. W ho ahniild
miwry i btiw life and nappinn. may Iw IncraiwiKl eitoctt
, oltMirtiiryanrtaionae, and wans room. Thov murrlad
er oootemjiliiting niarrlaKe tbould rMid It t hen keep on
darlorkand kr. SS Ots. b null In rnon.'r or poe.
a. Knrll"h-Ornnnn-Fr"tic!i rop.d nnrt "poVrn.
For th aiiwdy
cure rif Keralnal
Vaaknaaa. Ivitt Munliood. Nartotiina-a,
"rVinfitAinn nt Mml Avnritlon tnHnrU'ty
.'it.. Uatiww iwifl IMwirditra lrnuffnton Ui Cll
Abuao. AnrdroKtnaatuU'i!rriienia. nt. ixiuia
Oimtlw Iml'n.liJSt 'biir!on,WI. IjxiU, Mo.
70flCheanut8. St. Loula, Mo. at o'd f fnca,
coullnav to euro 8 perron torrluen. fM'mlnal v rax
aeee, In'potenoy.oll (urrneof Hyplillla,Ounorrnrb.
Oltet, Urinary or Bladder diseases, llacent -
oorvd Ina fawduya, Alllha dlMuiw nwnlllna froia
rlf.nbiae,ex',aMiaore(uonrarnreil for life wiib nafe
pnadUloa. Advloe free. Charaealow. Callor wrlta
a itrlrt emtl'trBce. Oyrnptom Hook for Iwottamp
OR, BUTTS' D!51
. ai rapetalloi
rmi I.Ohronle Dleenaea. nud eiimti a nation.
.. ;. airepotallon lhniiii(bthevurlnKf cainpllratedcaaea.
V'laf Li I Mil i m -ft laiaT f iV ee a toe Tml.
ec'looa ni tnv nne. piv. .-- " .... -
ea., nllho it ualug Mercury er Vi'laimc.m Medlclnea.
YrVliairt MPM who ere ufferloii from tbeertecta
ajpjSBBMaaBwaBfl ' a dlaaiue that i.nllta It. vie
tlmt forhn('"a or mnrrlriffe, jwanentlv J-nred.
flTtf ft.f TREATEP g,"-! -SSR
.rU.a eJLaLl! I.-e irp'r.la, r.e. ,1.1.1. FB 4 (..
S. Lie ef amlinii to k. niw.r. b j piiLnu doirlaf Intl.
Pwm a.a,rt. ream aupl.r. tkM hb4 iMr aMrN,
tad leara ai.llilni la Ihelr MttaaUfe. 11 b ajt a tfaah
CuainwaleJilKiiii .imlly eimllili.tul, tnH idnuld b. .itirjMad
PU. MUTTS. U Mertb elk at, HI. Uula. Me.
CAST Ubklaf UU bill
IVfc Mnlilltf Ih.
W'i mum tnttcninaa
y' iW prow thtilr aniii
'.if? ; l: arnrlc of flva men.
M.-' j1: en mw
any othf mean,
lift i;:::;-Hnr nerfeotlr it 11
J :!?;::.;:?' klitdi of Ontln or
':;'! !!; !!; ;: ITlca 0.00.
. A. Inolcmcnla.
am. II I.
Upon Mj Word Bha Did
T aURflAHET XVTlMdB.
nrrknlrwai Mark. '-Ilnl blac k," iho ilgbad,
'ltvry mui'b (mi rold;" I I
And lo the tilnhdhnil her tivkt until
Tlioy loiiked nlnmat liku g-old.
A auupla latin robe aha wcire,
Wulch closely to her eiunir.
(In fact If waa eiiremcly ti ant),
And from bur bolt a Illy pale
And four unllower huiiif
JKour bltf luuflowert hun.
8ho would not touch bit of moat,
Hut oft flhn'd alt and wei'P,
To think tbe broiled chops were once
Part of a baby aboep.
"And ob !" ahn'd uioan, "theae aearcd itnakl
So full of rrery now"
(Thli waiaallvhtmlntake, I think),
"Once wandnrvd o'er tbe flcldt aod meftda.
Attached to a cow
A gentle, browning cow."
fihe wan the inont poetic thing
Bhe wouldn't barm tflyi
"lullfe ! short at beat, ihn'd lay
H)h, pray don't make it dlo!"
Tbe very cat for cntcliina; mice
In tearful voice the rbl'l,
And then at lait be merrlrd
(And aeomcd iilte Rind to get him, too)
A bulcberi yra, ahp did
Upon toy worl ibe did I
Ifarpef Mairiutine for March.
Oranw Ctistards. Soak two cups ol
ntnle bread in a pint of cold milk; when
it i oftbent it fiinootb, add tbo prntod
rind and juice of orangci, the yolks of
three raw epgn, and 8ii:ft to make tho
niixture phtntable. The quantity will,
of counwt, lexnd upon the flavor of the
oranges. Hare ready trix buttered cups
Bet in a lrippiu;-pan. half full of hot '
water; then beat the whites of threo
rppi to a stiff froth, mix them lightly
with the other ingredients, put the mix
ture into the cups, and bake tho custards
about twenty minutes in a moderate
oven. They will be done as soon as the
?gg is firm.
Welsh llarebit. Select tho richest and
best American factory cheese, the mild
er it is the IwjtUT, as "the melting brings
out the strength. To make five rarebits,
take one pound of cheese, grate it, and
put it in a tin or porcelain-lined sauce
pan; add ale enough to thin the cheese
sufficiently, say about a wine-glassful to
each rarebit; stiruutil all Ls melted; have
a slice of toast ready for each rarebit
(crusts trimmed): put a slice on each
plate, and pour cheese enough over each
piece to cover it. Kat while hot.
Ham Sandwiches. Chop the ham fine,
and season it with salt, pepper, and
mustard. If the lean meat alone is used,
a little melted butter may bo added.
Spread between thin slices of bread.
Cheese sandwiches are very nice; the
cheese may be grated or cut in thin
slices. Mustard is added or not as liked.
Ragout of Tenderloins. Choose about
two pounds of the tenderloins of fresh
pork, taking care that the flesh is firm
and of a fresh, rosy color; wie them
with a wet cloth, cut them in pieces an
inch square, and brown them in a clean
saucepan with two t.iblespootifuls of
fresh dripping or butter; when they are
brown, put in a tablcspoonful of dry
flour, and stir them until it is brown;
then cover thein with boiling water, add
a palatable seasoning of salt and pepper,
and ktir them until the flour is mixed
with the water and a good brown gTavy
Is formed. Then cover the saucepan,
and let the ragout cook slowly for at
least half an hour.
Glazed Turnips. Meantime peel a
quart of small, even-sized turnips, boil
them just tender in salted boiling water,
and drain them on a dry towel; put into
a frying-pan just large enough to hold
them a tex'poonful each of butter and
sugar, and let them melt together; then
put in tho turnips, set the pan over a
tire, and shake it occasionally until they
are light browu: keep them hot. without
burning, to serve on the dish with the
Jerusalem Artichokes. Wash a quart
of Jerusalem artichokes with plenty of
cold water and a cloth or a brush; then
scrape them like oyster-plant or carrots,
laying them in a bowl of cold water con
taining tablespoonful of vinegar as
fast as they are scred; this will keep
them white; meantime have some salted
water boiling in a clean saucepan, and
when all the artichokes are scruel put
them into the boiling water and boil
them onlv until they arc tender, which
will be alVmttwenly minutes; then drain
them, and serve them in while sauce.
White Sauce. To make a pint of
white sauce put a tablespoonful each of
butter and flour in r. clean saucepan, and
stir them over the fire until they blend
together smoothly; then gradually add
a pint of boiling water, stirring the sauce
tonstantlv until it is smooth; season it
father highly with salt and white pepper,
and serve the artichokes in it. A table
poonftil of chopped purslev or lemon
Juice niav be added just before serving
the artichokes. White pepper costs no
more than black, has a liner flavor, and
docs not discolor delicate sauces.
The question of storing eggs was dis
cussed at a recent Iowa Convention,
and it was conceded by all that cold
storage, temperature 40 to 20 degrees,
kept uniform, with eggs packed proper
ly or in cases, will keep in good condi
tion from six to nine months; but they
must bo used soon after being taken out
of tho cold storage, as they soon spoil.
Kggs become musty from being packed
in had material; will become musty in
cases, as a change of temperaturo from
lower to higher causes the eggs to sweat
and paper to become moist and taint tho
eggs. Well-dried oats a year old are th4
best for packing. Kggs become injured
by jarring in shipping, by mixing. Fresh
rggs mix worse than those kept in cftld
storage Eggs held iu cold storage in the
West should bo shipped in refrigerator
cars in Summer, tggs will keep thirty
days longer if stood on the little end
than in any other position; must be kept
in an even tcmpf raturo and a pure at
mosphere. Kggs laid on the side attach
to tho shell, and are badly injured. To
prevent imposition as to tho freshness of
eggs, tho egg gatherers should candle
them when they get them from fhe f arm.
crs. Kggs keep belter iu the dark than
in the light.
A Small-Pox Preventive.
A correspondent tends ub tho following:
"There is no better or surer protection from
small pox than Darby's Prophylactic Fluid
(as unfailing as Fate), a wonderful healing
remedy and most powerful disinfectant
that will effectually eradicate the germ of
diseaso, prevent its spreading and eflect a
cure, and In perfectly safe to use. It is en
dorsed and rocommendud by eminent phys
icians and chemists,
Ponder on thwie Tmt lm.
Klliicy-Wrt Im ontureV remedy for VU
n7nd liver dinonneit, pilvi biiJ conitipk
tioo. . .
. bt'dttneot or mucout In (ho urine
mre indication of diea.e. Take Kiuney
Wort. Torpid liter arid kldneyi poison, tho blood
Kidney-Wort revives them nd cleantet tbe
Hendache, bilious kttftcki, dizziaeii find
lost of eppetite re cured by Kidney-Wort.
Wax too bufpkk with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint? Sbiloh. Vitalizer't
guaranteed to cure you. Paul 0. Bchuh,
Made kiiom Harmless Matkiuai-s, and
adapted to the needs of fading and falling
hair, Parker 'b Hair Balsam has taken the
first rank as an elegant and reliable Lair
The Law of Kindness
is universal; it affects all the human family,
all animals, and mny bo even found in
patent medicines. Some aro drastic, and
tbe patient is obliged to suffer pains worse
than the disease; iut in cases of obstinate
constipation, dyspepsia, there is no remedy
no kind, to gentle in its effects, and yet to
satisfactory, as Burdock Blood Bitters.
Nearly a Miracle,
E. Ascnith Hall, Bingharaton, N. Y.
writes : "I suffered for several months with
a dull pain through left lung and shoulders.
I lust my spirits, appetite and color, and
could with difficulty keep up all day. My
mother procured some Burdock Blood Bit
rers: I took them as directed, and have felt
no ptin since first wees after using them,
and am now quite well." Price U 00, trial
size 10 cents.
Second Edition of Job.
Mn.Ogden, N. Division Street, Buff.Io,
says: "I cannot be too thankful that I
was induced to try your Spring Blossom. I
was at one time afraid I should never be
able to get out again. I seemed to be a
second edition of Job without his patience;
ray face and body were one vast collection
of boils and pimples; since taking one bot
tlo of your Spring Blot-som I am quitecured,
all eruptions hsve dissppeured, and I feel
letter than I have in a long time." Price
50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
That hacking cough can be so quickly
cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it
Paul 0. Schuh. Agent. 1
Mothers ! Mothers ! ! Mothers ! ! !
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with tbe excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once and get ft bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has evtr used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and ?ive rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
Slkeplre rights made miserable by
that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the
remedy for you. Paul 0. Schuh, Agent. 8
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will euro you, free
of charge. This grest remedy was discov
ered by a missionary in South America.
Send a self addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station D, New York
Cataruii cciied, health and sweet breath
scenred by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price
25 cents. Nasal Injector free. Paul O.
Schuh, Agent. 4
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 5 for 5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
P ort lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. PaulO
Schuh, Agent. , 5
Goto PaulO. Schuh for Mrs. Freoman't
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from 3 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
Cuocp, Wuoopinq Couon and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 8
Mast Miserable People drag them
selves about with failing strength, feeling
that they are steadily sinking into their
graves when, by using Parker's Ginger
Toaic, they would find a cure commencing
with the first dose, and vitality and strength
surely coming back to them. See other
1 . James Pearson, 28 Sixth Street, Buffalo,
says: "I have used your Spring Blossom
for myself and family, and think it inval
uable as a household remedy, for regulating
the bowels, liver and kidneys. I shall
never be without it." Price 50 cents, trial
bottles 10 cents.
Fell Down.' ' ? C ?
Mr. Albert Anderson, York Street, Buf
falo, fell down stairs and severely bruised
his knoe. A few applications of Dr. Thorn
as' Eclectric Oil entirely cured him.
'" , . , . ... r. . f
' ' ' ' '
tiy. KirtuUur of llavrc
ATnwre, Mulhen. Huunc. Men- Merhan.
ica, tec, who are br.d out by work or worry, and
all who are mumble nk nn.;. kh.
tura.NeuralnuK BoweL livV J
t yuimt, ym. van ocinviKoratcd and cured by oifnrl
; Ifyott are wuung away wiUl Conauinpuon, UuJ
JpaUoB or any wealcntu, voa will Ind Parlcer.j
liincerTottJC the miM V.L V.mli.iredlfca1
Beit Uaaltk A Streagtliateitom f oaCaaUaej
build m the lyitem, but never intoxicates, so
,ct. and $i ure,, Hivyx ft Co..Oiemiu, N. V '
ana uriunenwb. I iim AikMTfMirL .. u
1" AM.lt KE IU Itrawm Inadnuf
WT in a a w 2 mm tmmt Balden
Indian Blood Syrup.
Pvcpannla. Liver Mi.
ernii-s. Fever ami Akiic
limit. Nerroui DebllitT
TUX BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MINI
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
Thla Svrnp noMpaae. varied nropertlea: It atltn
ulatea the ptyaline In the rallva, which convert
the (larch and etiuar of tho food lnti. t'luei.aa A
deficiency in pt.vnliiie can't- wind and touring of
iuc iiHiu iu me iiimncn. 11 me mcnici ie ji teaao
Immediately after eating, the fernientailon of focd
It arts upon the Liver,!
It arts upon the Kidneys,
It Regulates tbe Bowels,
It Purities the Blood.
It Qnlets the Xervoni System.
It Promotes DlReitlon,
It Nourishes, Strengthens and Invigorates,
It Carries on" tbe Old Blond anil makes New,
It Opens the Pores of the Skin and Induces
It neutralize, the hereditary tvtit, or pol.on in
the Mood, which generate scrofula, mlpelii.
and all manner of bktn Ulacaaei and Internal bu
There are no rpiritt employed In Its manufacture
and it tin betaken by the moat delicate babe, or by
the i;ed aud feeble, care only being required In at
tenll n to direct oni.
Calva, Henry Couaty, Illi.
I waa ruffcrlng from Sick Headache and D irt
neri to that I could not attend to my bouaehold 1 ti
tle., and a abort trial of Or. Clirk JohncoD'i Ir.dl
au Dlood Syrup effectually cored me.
- MRS HKLKS ELKIN8.
Waterman rtatlon, DeKalb Co., Illi.
Thla la to certify that I)r Clark Johnann'a Indian
Blood Svrnp ha. cored me of 1'aio in the Rack. It
li a valnaolc medicine. MKS WOOD.
Centre Hill, White Co , Ark. ,
Thin U to certify that I wai afflicted with Palpi
tation of tbe Urart for many rean I tried differ
ent doctor., whoee preacriptionii tended mora to
weaken me than they did to rlrcngthen. I at laet
rei Ived to try Dr. Clark Johoaon'a Indian Dlood
....... ,vt.v I . l. . ....J. I.... .
gji u, uii u iiucu w urn a puniuvu cure noi on
fy coring tbe Heart Direaee, not alto a Sick Head-
act which bad been troubling me.
I wai afflicted with Liver Complaint and Dyapep
la and foiled to get relief, althonnh uolng medl
clnea from our beat doctoi. I commenced u.lDg
Dr. Johnion's Indian Ulood fcrrnp, and a ihort trial
cored me. T. W. ltlalNO. Mollno. IU.
Tbli rertlflei that Dr. Clark Johnaon'e Indian
Wood Syrup hu effectually cured me of Dy.pepiia,
Too much cannot be aaid in tirnlae o1 It.
W. E. Wl MM tilt, Bedford, Mo.
Avents wanted for the rale of the Indian Blood
Syrup id every town or village, In which 1 have no
agent. Particular given on applicittoa.
DRUGGISTS SELL IT.
Liliratory 77 Weit 3d it., N.T. CHy.
Dr. S. Silsteo's EstcraalPiloEcmedy
Gives Initant.tllef andisantnfatlltie
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Sold ny Drmratrti ryenrwnere. Price, tl 00 pr bo
prenctH Dy mull. Samjil lent Jrrt lo 1'bvilclanl
andlliin(rer' ri.hy P N.-natnedterftt'o, KnxStMl
nlfif i FRE3TO ALL.
r, x aviatu ummifmm worn wnm
' tvwae, SarakV Balk. Beet.
wUI W BMUattBU aM tk.
awlal erjilfc Br., fa
panaM.1 to W J In iwdltv.
V. aull 10 mImI ana M t
Umtlatm iweal.i Oaa
laaa.WlwlMaliaB4 aatalai .
S E IH 0
SIRDENIRS I ItwuTiw
MIIBCrfiVBIFi I "
Jiavevod tenia andaaeda.
buy of ereii.ue n
Fhtledulphla twn Mower,
Cannon Uroaduaat rK-e-l I
Matthew' Heed Drill.,
luaat hV-e-l Bower,
ed IhMU.. aud
WE ARK TDK
ElervAiay for tbe Lawn, Gar-
We W ARHANT (evrrythlnir areprewrwteA.
HIRAM SIBLEY 0, CO.
SEEDS AND IMPLEMENTS,
Y.1 Thomas 1 "Witham.
Arr hnky amii ( ovmsblLoii at Law.
CHARLESTON, MO, " " '
Will practice In all the courts of Mla.ourl and
Iltlnol local andaime; and In the Halted
BtHtea court for tba Kaitorn diatrlc(i of Mlasourl.
Claim, cnllucttoui, tan', titles sud toani at-
'h'lfi att9 Voysltt sold on'toto.inlstlon,
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For sale by C. W. nenderson. Cairo. .Illinois.
Over 2,000,000 Bottles
rh0roanchh,.'ta'llnr 'r ,b,0at' bronchl,1 ""tbma,
Balsam of Tolu
dRVii?-1" y, ComponndH
KTPUT UP IS QUART SIZE B0TTLFS
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, , . 7 win tuiui AMrvsv
Ibe genu ine baia private die proprietary atninuon
The TOLU, RUCK and RYE CO., Proprietors, 41 River street, Chicago, 111.
boLD by Druggists, Grocers and Dealers Everywhere.
l-ubllthed Monthly, Jee $3.0) ;ey
No. 1 (Now Series) Contains
Cnttaee by the Itiver Song ftCho Dolfuss. 40
Clverthe Sea Song & Clio .J. M. North. 10
t.iiuMi inrr,.ny iianv uichards.
Ye Lilte Bird Quartet Smart.
The Lovers' Farewell Quartet . I.
Hriht Eves Waltz Fanvcll.
Queen of Heart. Gavotte Uiclcfeld.
Heel and Toe Galop four Hand .lender.
New Years' Greeting Polka liiscnlmrn.
Von Steuben's Grand March Dressier.
A Trial Trip Nos. 1 and mailed po.t-puid, on receipt of 75 cts., or four months for f 1.00.
Address! j. L. PETERS, 307 North Fifth Street, St. Louts. Agency for Ciiasb
rtANOs, Bay Statb Okoans, Ditson's Editions ic. Send for our Illustrated Price List
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St'rl"Ka, UnipHiaiuls, l'-k. t for niuwc
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Kvw iiri tVxkti;&ZJ?"S'uV Action, a
by M tduo..'. tl i trio IJsbU.7K 7t lilTo lldVrderaT
JP Price. Iteiejt. IVllrered ea bear. fJ.AA
tar. here, Maul, Beok, At.,.ur $90
iraft.eaeeyeBr'aB.cyoo are aot aall.Red relan.
Orgaa, a III prowpil, rt lul meury Blih luleiji?
ecs.1 lira rsALTi tss nrsismrt
l??!i??n,JIlT """"rafesisllowed tA pay eTnen- f
iifc IliiiTi ?.ny B."v' "'u ri' et"'". t ree t'oncfc
Vlth eallie aitrmtHiila wieeta all tralna. tithur
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XrT Ueautiful Xlluttruttd Catalog frte.
Ploaao Address or call upon
DAHIEL P. BEATTY, 'WiBhlngtoa, Kw JemaJ
OF ST. LOUIS, MO. ' v
Which wete totally dertroyed by Ire on May Mtb
and September 11, 1H1, i
Crdori are loltcttcd for
Strictly Pure AV hi to Lead and Red Lead,
Cold Pressed and I'uto Dark Castor
Oil, Raw1 nud Double Boiled '
, . . . ; 1 Linseed Oil. ..
T 0 I J A 0 0 0 .
TliUeleisntartleUof OHRWIVO TORACCO
is now on Die market. Ask your dealer for It.
UantscturiHl bv ., 11. A. ACKSO t CO. .
I ... 1 Petersburg, ?a.
Sorlaln of a rltuatlou, addreis ValeBtlde Brothers,
A PVKRTIRKRH1 isnil fl.r nnr Select l.lst nf Lo
Aeal Newiuaerj. tJeo. y, Rqwull 10
ruc it?evt !
cii.ii ai :- , ... 1 ,
Collier Comp y
and all diieeies of tbe
Ilaa alwaya been one of the mot Important'
weapon, wieided hy the medical facnlty
aealn.t the encrnarbmenta of Ct.ugha, Cold,
Kronrhltia, Aathma, Sore Throat. Cooaump-'
tinii In lie iuclpient and advam-editagea.and-
.a in b'rid To". Kockd K W '
FOR FAMILY USE, PRICE $1.00J3T
nuu live, waica III. I
"ui;u iv iuai oqit meuiCatiua ariiciA
aniivin 1'ott-paiA. Single JTo: 80 tt$.
No. 2(New Series) Contains fiftft.
I'd be a Dutterfly Song ...Richards. $ 35
un, iremie inrus I enor Song ...Hcnnett. 40
1 11c ituMic l-cavcs Duet ..Williams.
The C'ham-1 I'em. or mix. voices.. Kreu tier.
Three I-ishcrs Quartet Hullah,
Sparklino; Ilcautv Vallx . Darker.
Picture Curds- Dinette Dehreis.
Boccaccio March Kour Hands ...Dressier.
Chimin)! Dulls Polka, lUphaelson.
Tl 71? PS IMPROVED ROOT BBKR, 850
XIV package make 4 gallons of a. deli-
clou, vibolriome. apnrkling temperance bev
erago. Ak yo-ir tlrtiggi.t, or rent by mail for 25c.
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ROOKS ON BUILDING.
Palnl I ni,. Orn.N f in ( . n vuiaj..i.Li
III. Catalogue addre, enclo.lng three Scent,
itamps. VV.H.;T. COMSTOCK, DM Broadway, N. Y..
B 8t Health and Strent? tli restoref used'
Cures complaint of womou and di.earea of, tbe
Stomach, llowel. Lnner, Liver and Kidneys, and la.
rutlrelv different from Hitter. Ginger Usances aud
ot her tonic, as it never intoxicate. 60c. and. l
;e. La ge saving buying 91 sue. lilicoaACo.
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WM. SIMPS0X & SONS'
Mourning-, Second Mouruiof Solid:
FANCY DRE8 S .PRINTS
The EDDY8T0NE PRINT WORKS- is
one of the largest and most complete estab
lishments in the country.
THE EXPERIENCE OF HALF A GK3f
II;ts enabled them to attain inch Derfuetton tbat
they can with conflilerce ask yen lo teit the ojialif.
ty of their work! They caretollv avoid all noiron
on drug, pisko only fat colon, wbloh are tbai-
otigbiy washed In hot water and oap, thereby re
moving anything which wonld HaJn.ende.rcloth.lnR.
Those who buy and wear their Drluts will', the
feel confident, And them inperlor In duraltlllta, ac
tu icityleand finish. Besupoaixr ask' for incite
BQods, and see tbat their matlu and UclwaS-ara oa
them ' ' " '"
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