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Playing BLe TTad a Dead Husband was
Just Too Sweet for Anything.
Mr. Heiihoper hud hin lift.' insured for
$10,0110. Sevenil nirliU itftenvard,
wliili! lie and wife is;tt by the lire, lie
reniitiked: "Look here, Juiie, I've been
thinking tlii mutter over, und it now
seems to mi: tli.'it 1 liuve made a mistake
in iKivinjr my lift' itiMired.''
"Why, JimIv,'' replied the wife, "tlio
money "will be paid in case of your
"Yes, In ense of mv tb'atli. l'.ut han
it all, I don't want to die. If I had a
store I could have it insured, burn it
down, and make (several hundred dollar
on the transaction, but on don't sup
pose that a man wants to commit sui
cide, do you? Wondi-r if I can't ri; up
tso'ne scheme, for beating this g:nn?
"I don't sec but one way, and that
would result in the death of us both:for,
Judy; if you were to die I would take)
poison. I would cut my throat with an
old case knife rather than live without
my Jody," and she put her anus around
his neck' and wept.
"I tell you," said the husband, nftera
few moments' reflection, "I'll he found
death Don't look frightened." He then
unfolded his plans. lie would got a
skeleton, put a lot of bruised meat
round it, stitfl" the- whole arrangement
into an old suit of clothes, put it in the
bottom of a well not far from the house
ami cave the walls in. The idea was a
happy one. The coroner would hold an
' inquest when the remain were brought
out, everything would be satisfactory,
and the insurance company would pay
the money. Then the husband would
slip home, take his wife and leave tho
The other morning a report was cir
culated to the effect that a well had
caved in upon Mr. Henhoper, and that
hi wife was almost crazy, Henhoper
wa well known in Little Koek. and the
accident ciu;d a sensation. After three
lays of hart! work the mangled remain
w ere reached. The coroner held a hur
ried inquest, nnd the jurymen held their
t)ies ainl said. "Poor fcllow what a
horrible death!" The money was paid
to Mrs. Henhoper. At one "time it wa
thought necessary to send her to an ay
luui. but she improved gradually until
people said the blow would not kill her.
Henhoper waited and waited, expect
ing to receive, some word from his wife,
ami failing, stole home at ni'ht. The
house wa dark. Crawling through a
window, he entered his wife's room. On
a table lay a letter addressed to him.
The contents were as follows:
"Jody: Tho idea of playinj you are
dead i too sweet to relinquish, and I
have concluded to o away with anoth
er man who tells me that he can judi
ciously inve-t mv ten thousand dollars. I
am Mid our friend, however, and if you
ever jjet hard up and tram out my
whv, you may rest assured that I'll give
- Just a Henhoper finished reading Urn
letter, an officer entered the rot mi and
l.-d him to jail. J. ill's iaulLi
Light an! Hear-Sishtelim.
rrofesor Pickering, of Harvard Ob
servatory, pi lints out in .Vexrv that the
colur of ;a litrht has nothing to do iih
its )ainful effect ujton the eve of stu
dents and ut hers. To test this question
he had a tin lampshade constructed,
consisting of u tube six inches i'i diam
eter bv ci'ht in length. One end was
closed by a rellector. and the other by
a piece of very lijrht blue z:. Two
holes were made in the side, through
which passed tint 'hiss chimney of an
Aryand as-lninier. Dy experimentin;;
with a "shallow photometer, a position
was found where the li;rlit received on a
book was of the same intensity, and
very similiar color, to that from K win
dow in the daytime, at a distance of
about six feet. A few minutes' reading,
however, was sufficient to convince him
that the new lijrht was far more trying
to the eyes than the ordinary sas-tlamo
would be, tin- ill effects heinjr due to the
intense heat thrown down by the rellec
tor. Ami this he thinks is' the source
of the whole trouble in the ordinary
:as-burncr. The heat radiated by the
Hume, the heated chimney and shade,
ami relleeti'd from the printed pae and
all other white paper lyinjr on the table,
dries the eye, the lids," the forehead and
temples, Temporary relief may be
found by bathing the face and eyes with
water, lint it is 'only temporary. Tho
hot, dry air from the lamp is also harm
ful, and no doubt contributes its share
of injury to the vision. These evils may
both in part be remedied by placing a
pane of phis so a to intercept the rays
about the lamp before they strike on the
book or face. Hut it must Ins placed at
Hindi a distance from the lamp as not
itself tolieeomo heated.
The holler the llaine. the whiter it is,
and tho utoro lijrht is thrown off' in pro
portion to the heat, lleiico oculists aro
recommeitdiiifr such lights a the stu
dent's and moderator lamp, which burn
with a small, hot and very brilliant
llame, as compared with that furnished
by the arjjiuid nnd lish-tail burners.
Statistics, said Professor Piekcrinjj,
show how alarmingly prevalent ncar-r-iglitedncss
has become of late nrnotij;
student. Hence anything which will
tend in the future to prevent this wide
spread defect will be a boon to mankind,
lie had great hopes of the electric light
in this respect. In it there was the
maximum of light with the minimum of
heat. Its ever-varying inlcns'ny wa
tin objection, but ho thought wo 'might
look forward to tint success of the light
from tho Incandescent carbon strip, ia
tho near future, a a remedy for "tho
most widespread evil that afflicts) tho
Tho reason why New Year resolvM
wo ho often forgotten Is because many
who turn the new leaf forget Id gum it
Tha Use of Tobacco.
Il is rather singular that Americans
are the only civili.ed people who habitu
ally chew tobacco, nlihoujih sailors of
nearly every nation are addicted to its
mastication. It is singular, too, that
we, probably, employ tobacco in other
ways less than other countries. Snuff
ing is rather rare here, common as it is
in Lurope, especially on the continent.
We do not smoke any more than, if a
much as, the Knglish; and the French,
Italians, notably the Germans. Dutch
and Spaniards, exceed us i:i smoking.
Put as tobacco caters we occupy the
Held alone, having, it is to bo regretted,
a monopoly of one of the most unwhole
some and obnoxious of practice. Tim
national mastication and expectoration
are known over the world, ami do am
ple service in all concept ionv. and cari
catures of Profiler Jonathan. To see n
landsman chewing tobacco anywhere
abroad is to know him for an American,
native or adopted, perhaps we stick to
the worst of three customs because to
bacco is to so large an extent an Ameri
can plant. Europe knew nothing of it
until the discovery by Columbus of the
Western world. The sailors he sent
ashore at Cuba found the natives smok
ing, and seeing them emit smoke from
their mouth and nostrils, imagined llcm
to be on fire. All the natives from the
northwest coast to Patagonia used to
bacco, and to chew it is one of our inal
ienable and aboriginal rights.
Fi'oSt in Onions.
More money can be realized from a
given amount of land in onion, taken
ouo season with another, than fnun any
other crop that can lie raised. A large
amount of hand labor is required, how
ever, to produce the crop, which must
be put in very early. The lalmr of old
person and children can be utilized to
good advantage in raising onions, as
most of the work required is light. The
best land for onion is black iiiuek con
taining a good deal of loam. The ma
nure should be the most thoroughly rot
ted part from the farm-yard. Too much
manure can not be used. It should be
well mixed with the soil, say by spread
ing, turning under, ami cross' harrow
ing. This should be done in the fall to
secure the bct results. In the soring
the ground should be cultivated and
harrowed till it is tine as it can be made.
Then the onion seed should be drilled
in row fourteen inches apart. It will
take four or five jMiimds of -efd to the
acre. As good varieties as any ar" yel
low Danvers, red Wetlier-iield, and' silver-skin.
The latter are not good keep
ers, but sell well. As soon as the young
onions appear they should be hoed or
cultivated. The gn at Secret in grow
ing onions is to keep them free from
weeds. Therefore, hoe or cultivate fre
quently, though no weeds may at that
moment be above the surface. When
the onion are ripe they should be pull
ed and left on the ground till the top
are dry: then they are gathered up ami
bagged for market.
Englani and the Channel Tunnel.
England's safety against the colossal
armies of the continental powers is in
th" streak of bine water which separates
her from then, and in her superior navy.
Her policy is that this shall always bo
superior. No matter what extensions
continental powers may make in their
navies, England will make greater, and
will kicp a navy that will be equal to
that of ali other power combined. Her
enormous wealth makes her a templing
prize to invasion by powers which, al
though they have armies four or five
times as great as hers, are comparative
Her Government, therefore, may bo
reasonably apprehensive that the tunnel
railroad under the channel will make a
vulnerable spot. In modern times they
give the blow and the word of war to
gether, if not the blow first. If such a
power as Germany or France could, by
surprise, seize the nrth cud of the tun
nel, it could bring troop through it fast
er than England could bring them to
oppose. In sliort. such a surprise would
be the conquest of England. That the
( thcr end is now in France, i no secur
ity that it may not be seized by Ger
many. Nor i it wise to trust to the
friendship of France, nor to suppose that
her army will ah ays be as lacking in tho
qualities of an army as now.
In order to guard against a surprise,
it would be necessary to be always arm
ed. The opening of the tunnel would
make necessary great fortsnnd garrisons
to guard it, and a regular tunnel squad
ron. All these could not remove the
fact that this was the weak spot but
would confess it. England may well
look upon tho projected tunnel as liko
the wooden horse w hich the Greeks pre
sented to Troy. Cinniuuali (Ju. telle
The eminent physician, J. Marion Sims,
M. I)., New York: "lam convinced that
Prof. Darby's Prophylactic Fluid is a most
For small-pox and other contagious dis
eases use Dr. Durbys Prophylactic Fluid.
Persons waiting on the sick should use it
freely. It will prevent small-pox, scarlet
fever, diptheiia or ny contagious disease
from sprending, nnd tho worst cases will
yield to its purifying and cleaning effects.
Silium's Vitamzrk ia what you need for
Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness
and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Frico 10
nnd 75 cents per bottle. Paul Q. Schuh,
Cuoup, Whoohno Coco it and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh's Curo.
Puul 0. Schuh, Agent. 8
Makv Miskkam.k Fkoti.k drag them
selves about with failing strength, feeling
that they are steadily sinking into their
praves when, by using Parker's Ginger
Tonic, they would find a cure conunencinp
with tho first dose, and vitality and strength
surely coming back to them. See other
To all who aro suffering from tho errors
nnd indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c I
will send a recipo that will euro vou, f'reo
ofchargo. This great remedy was discov
ered by a missionary in South America.
Send a Bell' addressed envelope to the llev.
Joseph T. Inmiin, Station D, Njw York
WrMj you stJKKKit with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint! Shiloh's Vitulizer's
guaranteed to cure you. Paul G. Schuh,
CAIIIO KULLKTIN: WKDNKSDAY MOIiNlNO. APRIL 1SS2.
Si.Ki.eiiss mouth made mihcrnblc. by
that teiriblu cough. Shiloh's Cure is the
remedy for you. Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 3
Goto Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are uncqualed, ' Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
CaTARKU ci'iieo, health nnd sweet breath
Becured by Shiloh's Catarrh Itemed. Price
23 cents. Nasal Injector free. Paul G.
Schuh, Agent. 4
Allen's Urain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative orpaoB. $1. 5 for f 5. All
druggists. Semi for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, U15 Firnt Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Hi fined and educated women will some
times sulfur in silence for jems fromkidney
diseastB or consumption and piles, which
could easily be cured by a package of Kidney-Wort.
There-is hardly a woman to
be found that does not at some time suf
fer from some of the diseases for which
this great remedy is a specific. It is put
up ia liquid and dry forms, iqually tfli-
That hacking cough can be so quickly
cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it
Paul G. Schuh. Agent. 1
Mothers 1 Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once and get a 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 ever used it; who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and pive rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all casts, 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. 2 cents a bottle.
OnTIrrty Day's Trial.
"We will tend Dr. Dye's Celebrated Elec
tro-Voltaic Belts and other Electric Appli
ances on trial for 30 days to young men
and other persons ftfflicted with Nervous
Debility, Lost Vitality, etc., fcuararitoeing
speedy relief and complete restoration of
vigor and manhood. Also for Khenma
tism. urnlgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, Hupture, and many other
diseases. Illustartcd pamphlets sent free.
Address Voltaic Belt.Co.. Marshall. Mich.
The Prize of Biauty
wiuld never have been awarded to Venus
if le r teeth had been yellow. Frail mortal,
unlike the deities a fable, have perishable
taeth, but these they may retain unimpaired
to an advanced age, if they will use Si 'ro
llout, which keeps the teeth from impuri
tie;which ,destroy them nnd renders them
objects of admiration. It is pure, rcfresh
inL'. leaves an agreeable, flavor in the mouth,
and sweetens the breath.
Indian Elood Syrup.
(TBAUE MA It K. j
bvspepslu, I.lvr-r Pis
J'vJ 'a''. Fever ami Amis
innri 1'isritnr, unions-
iipss, Nervous Debility
THE HKST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAX I
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
Vlild Svrnp po'tcMe varied properUBn: It ntlnv
nltite. thu ptynllne In the mllva, which convert
the narch nnd fuiinr of tho foml Into kIuchcu. A
drfleletjcy inplyslire cati'v wind nnd souring tl
I lie food In the ftomnch. If the medlcin j tn
Immidliitely after eating, the ferment aiton ol focd
It sets upon tha Mvcr.l
It arts upon the Kidneyi,
It Regulates t hp Rn wi'ls,
It Purities tho Mood.
It Quiets the Nervous System,
It Promotes Digestion,
It Nourishes, Stri'iifrtlii'ns ami Invifrnratei,
It Carries oil" the Old Blood and makes New,
It ('liens the Tores of the Skin aud Induces
It nsntrallEC the hereititry taint, or pntunn in
the Mood, which gntierates Scrofula. Ervaipelas,
and all manner of hWIn Dlicaes and Iniornsl hu
mor, There aro no spirits employed In lt manufacture
and tt tan he taken by the mod delicate hattu.or tiy
the aged and fevhle, care only DuIdh required In at
tenll. u to directions.
Oalva, Henry Couaty, Ills.
I waMnfferlng from Sick llendiichv and DIrrI
noM ao that I eniild not attend to my hnnsehold du
ties, and a short trial of Dr. Clark Johnson's Indi
an Blood Syrup effectually cured me.
MKS 1IELKN ELKIN9.
Waterman Station, DoKalb Co., Ilia.
This Is to certify that Or (Mnrk Johnson's Indian
Blond Nvrop hits cu rod me of Palu In tho Hark. It
Is a valuable medicine. Mil!) WOOD,
Centre Hill, Whlto Co, Ark.
Thl Is to certify that I was afflicted with Palpi
tation of tho Heart for many years I tried tllnVr
ent doctors, whose prescriptions tended mom to
weakea me tliBii they did to strengthen. I at last
res Ived to try Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood
Sviuti. which nroved to ho a nosltlve cure-not nn.
ly f.nrlnii the Heart Disease, but also a Sick Head-
acn wnicn nun oeeu iroiiniinir toe.
, MKSMAUY A.NKAL.
I was afflicted with I.lTer Complaint and Dyspep
sin and lulled to get relief. Itboneh lisltio modi
cities from our hest doctors. I ctmmoin'er uslrni
or. iionnsou a mil inn moon nvrnn, aim a snort trial
cured me. T. W. ItlsiNU. Moiine, 111.
This rortlflei that Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian
Ml ood Syrup his effectually cured me ofDyspopsla.
Too much cannot he salil In praise o' it.
W. K. WlMMLIt, Bedford, Mo.'
Avent wanted for Iho sale of the Indian Itlonri
Syrup in evt-ry town or villimo, In which I havu no
spoilt. J'aitlcuiars Riven ou application.
DliUOatSTS SELL IT.
Libratory 77 West 8d it,, Nj Y. City.
120Uroailway, Sew York,
of any Life Insurance Company
IN T1U0 WOULD.
It alone Issues
stipulntlnp that the contract of Insurance "shall
Lot be illaDuted' after It Is three ) etna old,
and llut such policies shall be
Paid Immediate. v,
dn receipt of latisfoctory proofs of den.
Its policy ia clear and conclso, and contains
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N. B.-HKAD YOUTt roi.H IKS. Comt are the
short and sliuplo form used hy iho KrjuitV!c wiili
the Innp and obscure rotiiracts loaded dowu w ilt
technicalities Issued by other compauicsl
Its CASH RETURNS
to policT holders are
J. R. Feo tho many letters from policy holder
eiprssinL' thuir erntillcation with the returns froti-.
their Tosrisi tiAviNus Flnu 1'oucisa.
UfK'uune of its
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely Inve-ted, nearly
E. A. BURNETT. Agent,
Office, corner lith and Washington.
NoTcraber U, lol.-m:Jdw
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
JJUREKA! EUREKA! I
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE IXSUB
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Orpinizod Jtilvl Itli, 11177, Ttidrr tJie I,nw o
the Mnteof Illiiinln. Copvrlnlited Julv
0, 1877, Under Artot Cougm.
P. O. SCIU'H President
C. T. Ill' I) I) -....Vice l'resident
J. A. UOI.D8TINK Treasurer
.1. J.K)HM)N Medical Adviser
THOMAS I.f.WIH Becrotar
JOHN C. W1IITK Asslitaut becretary
H. I.EIOHTON, I.. h. TttOMAC ,
J. CVVUITB, W. V. I'lTCHKH,
J. H. McUAHKY.
William Htratton, nfUlratton ft Mrd. whi'lesulu
uroiers; Paul (1. Nrhub, Vibolesaleaud retail oiur
ulst; llaien L"lK'titiiii, commlsslnu merrhaut; Jan,
s. Mi'dnliey. Itnnhor dealer: J. J. Unrdou, nhys
k'laiii J. A. Uiildstlno, oi tiolilstlne Kosenwater,
wliolesaiv atin retail (trv (jooiis, etc; " m.r . men
us. L'nne ral iL'ent: llonrv H. Kills, city crluter and
tiook binder; Chesluy itayue. Cooper; Jno. C,
Whlto, assistant secretary and solicitor! Albert
Lewis, oeaier in nottr nnn iirain; . nress.spresi
H,.ni Alexander O.ii'ntv llsult ! (. V. Ilendrlrks
conlractor and tun liter; t'ytia Close. Koiicrnl
iHi'Ul; Thomas Lewis, secretary and altoteev at
lawt I.. H. 'I hoiiiiis, broom niuntilaiiurer; V. l"
Knssel, coniriHtor and hinder; V. T, Hudd
agent V. ft. h. .VN. (). Mllnond'.SIr.ses l'lililii.i'ar-
pellier, n . a. v.iuniioiey, vonmicio.-, ' airu, in".
b..v .1. hnenet'S. tliiLvnintt hi l.ouls. Mo.: J. 11
Iktliiinoi circuit elerk, Mississippi county, I'lmrliis
ton, Mo.; . J, 11 Moure , Inttver, t'ominnrre, Mo.'
It. Hliiuletsrv. phvslelun, Arlliiffton, Ky. J- .
Tarry, phvsk'lnti, Kiilton, Kv. Win. Uyiin. tiirmer,
Mtirrv, Kv.; A. Kteinhiuh, manuiai'turer of sad
dlerv, Evitlisvllle, Ind ilke Anderson, serrotary
lo superimeuiient t; , hi. u s in il riinrwuu. " v
son.Tetin.; J,1 8. Koliertsoti, phvslclail, White
vllle. Ti'tin.t'Thi'ttius A. Oshnrii, hiirm'" rothor.
llollvar.Tenn.rWm. 1,. Walker, "JJlxlu Aaivt
tltliiU Auun 3 ," llut Iv tjoriui'ii, MieS
ut'SZ ilU '"""".-hn.a,
hut It has nev-r hr-eii soadvanuc-mistv r. .r,mti
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the genuine b. a priv,,,; .loprU-.Mv sVi.n
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i'aintlns. Decern I iuir. Ac. For IS: eiirhty pi'.-c
III. Catslocue address, eiielo-triL; tliree H eeiit
stumps.. M,T. COJISTOCK. 1!4 Ilioadwiiy, N. Y.
n-st IlPiiltli ami Strpiiyth restdiei' used
Cures (-.(.milium' i(f wom-i, and di-ciises of the
Moinuch. Hovm Is I,i-n-.'. Liv,:i and K:d:ievs. and is
fiitl-eh dilierent fn in IVit-rs. (iinu'ir E.scnces nnd
ot'ier toiiH-s, as It mver iiiuixlenti-s. nrrl fl
sizes, l.a Kt- saviuitbujii,; $1 nzo. liirei.X & Cu.
WM. SIMPSON & SONS'
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F A N C Y 1) NESS V 11 I N T S
The EDDYSTONH I'liINT WOl.KS is
one (.1 tlio" larit utnl iiintt c'Dinitte cstalj
li.linietitr; in (lie cuiiiifry.
THE EXrElUKNCK OF HALF A CE.
T1KV. IIa enabled tin m to attain such pcrferllon that
they can wiih conttderce asli yi 11 to tot (K. (i 11 til i
tyof their work. They cureliilly a' old all poeon
otis drug's, Pinko only lat colors, which nr.. dm.
oucMy washed In dot water and sonp, thcret'y ro
moving anyihing which would stain niiderclolhlni;.
j uoso who miy ami wenr tle-lr priuts. will, they
M coi.lldcnt, ftucl them superior in durahillty, ur
tls Ic style and fliilsl!. He sure nml nsk lor their
poods, aud sec llm their murks and tickets are on
e00k WWAl AWARDED
U1,n iuiuKIiIIM ntinj.
icjd W orlt,Wftmtnt'd I iio IhkI nml
n 1111 writ. 1 11 U. I .1
cir,iVli-rr(iwirvi.uiin j" Ixniftiliii
i V 1 c" n,inimhinMM..
Hi'fl enkTavinKM, 16 urmcrtn.
Uun yrum only l.2Gmit t
--mi ..'T.itun': rtAtKMiv .Mm ,
iiiihu. iu niu ;
KNOW THYSPI.P t ! W T-r- w h'k:
K t;U, So- 4 Huliiuch st, llnt.,a
Xr. S. Sikboo' s External FiloUcmc Jy
(iirm instant .'cllet iiinliannlnfallltiio .
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
BnM T Prtti'in"tsevervviier. I'rtc?,f1 iiupcrhnt
ri-f.-iro.hvmnll. tjiiiticl-a sent frf to riiyslc'.iins
andlUsit'lfi-r..r,l.v 1' Nenstnedlor A 'o Ifoxlliilt
tttiw Vurktliy. bolowuuumclurufijot "j(iutiji,"
try. i -ifimiitni ci mim-pi
ill niiviS i'tilllVIS llliaittliXlt HVU( iHKUUIJJ-
'ics, f;c. who tiro lirrj out hy work ur worry, un.t
ti ...is.-. .1... ... a. "ii, i l
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Ul MIWiiin',i,ii;iw VMIIl i Jtr!l4t i IH 111114-
titrn, NcttnilfTiii, nr Iowol, Kiuiuy or LtvorCV.i
pl.iJnK, vnncnnlK'.nvipo'i! an!ni?rtl!v'.mp
rpmmji iii si i i umm innivieJsiiWir'.wni-iitUel
It you lira w.iiunti way nw nsDinintn.lM i
iH'ni. liuuiiiiAMrPiiiullliL'Mororyuiti uutnu
..! ( iVtW, .sslns . MM... ..,,,1 -.1...- rv, l M t
f I .. II...IH.IUU .t t. . 1
buuuii tip tho mirm, Wit nrvcr itttoxicatci. ;oJ
llltl 'i". i iVi 1V mu .1.1 ItilU iIV7 A'.'lti".-! '
'ft. nnr i r.irri, hry f- Cn .Ch-.i' , N. Y
r V I SJ U.iii.iT.'l 1 luiiln.lf
i 'ah in ..I A . ..1 1
pn.'un1n;a,cons,1mp,(, ad .if disease, of the'
Hhh iiIwhth hvvn oro of iho mo-t ImportnuC
.L'iniiHt ttui iMirtiarliHiuiuo nf Cnuyhd, Cold;
tl'Olll hlliK. A st (ll til II Mnrn Tllf.-at riinanm ...
, ' i . i , vuuruuiu
(hill III it M il.lMllli.fit uml t.luun.i.iniu,,... A
. ! ' t u!'T eht? if"1 ty"!'
FOR FAMILY USE. 1'TtTM?. fit nn
"eaeb bJub. " "'V 'M
annum I'vat-pahl, Sluylo os. BO cf.
Ko. 2 (New Series) Contains
IM br tl I!utt.-rl!y-Sntr Itichnrilf. $ 33
1 1I1, ( n-iitlc I'.irds Tenor Soli); . ...Henuutt, 40
The KiiMic l.e.-ivts Duet Williams. 35
I he C'hapt-I i-'rni, or mix. voices.. Kreutzcr, o( '
'I'i.ve- l islu-rs Quartet Ilullali. &i
S;i:irklin',' Menutv WalU Marker. 3$
I'li.'lurc Cards I'.lnette lichrea. 3J
li.icr.'i-c'.o Mar-Ii 1-onr itandi ...Dressier. 50
C!:iiv.;nif I!ei!n l'ol!;a itaphaelson. 35
v... ,.t lt.
e.i i Vi i. in J ! '.' i"l . i ' h,' " "I'mm.ii Kto,,i,t
JUlu-lvo n. Illll. I, m. I ! 114 I 1 (M MV 5 si
r '" VrvA. IVtlrsrort on board ffi r A
luis here, Mol, 1IUU, i.c.,u,,iy 90
irnrtreT.ffypnr,n..Teii nro tint snlt.flcit return
c::s v:,2 zztzzz :-3 crcacarr
t $-' ." 1 ": I '""I' rt, - sea t., IXI.
1 Avuiiiiut '-Mutt ruled tiilulotuerer.
riciso Address or call upon
DANIEL T. PEATTY, Wasbiton, V 3mr
OF ST. LOUIS, MO.
Which were totally destroyed by flro on May
ami September 21, Wei,
A EE IlEBUILT
Orders aro solicited for
Strictly Pure Wliito Lead nml Red Lend,
Cold-Tressed nnd Pine Dark Castor
Oil, Haw nnd Double Bulled
t Tills elee.uit artiele of ('HEWING T0JUCCO
U now on the market. Ask your denier tor it.
Mttltllfuciilretl bv V. A. JACKSON & CO.
VFT Ifyoti want to learn Tcleure
1,,UJU JIIjII phv lu a few months, and he
certain of a situation, address Valentine Urothert,
JancBvllIc, N la.
A DVEUTISF.HS ! send for ntir Hdect List of I,o.
"enl KowNpuners. Geo. P. Bowull A0t.t 10
fprncc street, N. Y.
roi'tv.ii-veiit:i iTanon cf the old reliable "nit"
t-rifli) I'iltrt" rieiir.-:or:i, tlio only flnU-lere
f riensll .hlii, hri-,-ieoriitemn poveri tlinn' Apron
JIaejln;i Ui:'ttlm-lieiMii)i I '-.,, tttttt amlallimixt
prrfr' ,. ( Itiftitio itN' Dnnblo ilnloM
i)ou:iU'il Uou.o i cuvci uue tliotMiiinKenii
I I f liBl.-M
A linnnuiuvit s ne
eesM In IW 1 ; li:itonllrnft.fiM.
(:oeM nut aiippty tho ilena:id. tiiiler'eiirly,
hi a l tlniHtil tlm xlK i in trruln
;. aiiifolover. ;
t u-ul immt (IiimIiU iimehiiiolu Uiv market '
Tho ISIm-lc tdtwk PorU.
li'i. ami 'rru.-tlnn. Al.. '
Int.itv iinnj.iit.utl,. e., '
tubo Holler. Will fnve tlieircost In fuel ulnae.
H. A. PITTS' SONS MFC. CO. '
7nc0U. JfttfofJOnOt. CHICAGO, 'LU-
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