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THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
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IXVAIUABLT IK ADVAWCi.
All Commuulcalioua hould Ikj addree to
K. A. BUHNKTT,
Marvelous Stories Aboyt Mines.
If reports from tlm Sierra Mtulrns
mountain be norm tliu world' gold
mint's have t y-t wen the li'ht. A
.'eiitleman now in Tuemm, who recently
proiceteil through tho regions iiiuiiimI,
cliiiint poHM'xsory titl to a number of
claim. value of which can hardly l
coinpiiti'iL The (iuino Tito ha an aver
win width of ohm hundred feet, with a
per Ion ichl actosh the lede. The
Virgin, a solfd hody of $219 ore. nine
teen feet in width, much resembling the
ConiMUH-k formation; the Hio (.'hico,
novt'ii and a half feet wide, averain
$10:.'; the i'aso Kico, commencing at
jtix inehc, and atthirty feet down hniad
Minjr out to four and a half feet, with
it if'2.i average, are ail mine which,
a a primp, would be hard to match.
Mr. Irwin Ixdieves that he has found
one of the most famou of the bullion
mine of the old Spaniard, by who;
authority the mine wa. when abandoned,
covered "up, and he is now here for tho
purpose of associating himself with capi
tal for the further prosecution of hi
discoveries, arid to open up his already
valuable possessions. Twson Arizona)
Soldiering ou the Frontier.
Lapsing again into a reflective mood,
Gen. Webb went back to hi early life,
and the reminiscence of hi career, a a
noldier. "I sM'tit;"' he said, "uiue year
in the army, thirty-four yeiir as eilitor
of the Cuurirr and Emjuirrr, and nine
vears in the diplomatic service. I enter
ed the army at 17. and at IX commanded
Fort Gratiot, on Lake Huron, with -M,-)
Indian under me. At that time
Detroit had i,M) inhabitants."
Cspe Cod Folk.
The Cape Cod folks were Melinite,
even in th tuatterof graveyard. There
are more private gniveyard there than
nnywlicn :lse. lu early life a Capo
('odder often goes to sea." following by
either MiNd-irnching or jwddling. lie
has a great rcpcct for the county courts,
but docs tint goto law, liccaiiv1 of the
eH iise. In trade he always want the
lc.t of the bargain.
Cut Ch wn iirt settled in 1 077.
Plymouth U'ing the starliir point. The
settlers were Kngli'h, and brought with
them, nlllmtigh exiled, a deep oe foi
the mother roiintry, rtendiii even to
the color of the tlowcrs in their garden.
Kvery town at lirt lind a settled church,
with patur. w bo aIo acted as lawyer
and physician, a:id they were allowed
many privilege. One. at Sandwich was
permitted to pasture his horse in the
graveyard, and allowed the proceed o
every whale which came ashore for
Htek'et money. Some of their law were
curin. One was that no man who
had not killed six blackbirds and three
crow s during a year could not le mar
ried; but Sandwich exempted all such
men who were over 70 year of age.
'ae Coddcr always scut their children
to hchool, believing in public school.
The jiedagogiics were not very well
paid. One scbool-mi-tre wa given
t a year and diet, with tho ue of a
horse once In nix month to visit her
relative. The conduct of tho Cape
people during the wars of the revolution
and 1812 wore graphically descriU'd. In
contrast to the au-tcrity of Cape Cod
folks and illustrative of their humor and
free and cay way, the following anec
dote is related: One of them, ('apt. Per
cival, when hi mate woke him up at
t.ea with the intelligence that the jdiin
w as going to eternity, replied: "Well,
I've got ten friend over there to one in
this world; let her go."' And he turned
over aad went to sleep again.
Different Kinds of Mining.
"No; no hoisting works not if I know
it. You can find away a good (leal of
good, hard eoin on "hoisting "work."
"How in thunder do you run yotirinine?''
"On the nssesMiieiit plan, sir. That'
the latest and most approved method.
When wc have a good map of the lower
workings we don't need any works to
(ieak of. I keep a man In Virginia at
$( a month to siitcrintcnd the locntion
and write weekly my letter, ami I stay
in San Frane'iscA in my "M' " l'm0
ftnrt, and levy tho assessments every
sixty day; thaV a often as the law
allow. I am the President, Hoard of
Trustees, Secretary, .Treasurer, and
everything more especially the Treas
urer. Of course I draw salary for nil
the offices, and w hen I get through draw.
ingaalaries I turn the rest over to tho
agent In Virginia to pay off the hands;
lie savm enough to nay himself. This
is what I call scicntilie mining, sir. Yott
get the silver out of tho pockets of the.
stockholders and leave the vast argentif
erous ami auriferous deposit in your
ihtint for your children, who can go
right nhenu and develop the mine just
tvs soon as the public ipiit putting up,
which Ixu'tat nil likely (o happen. As
long ns jxMiplc tire born in Nevada and
California my wine will run ou like a
chronometer clock." "Hut," ald tho
Utah man, "my stylo of mining keeps
lot of men at work." "So W mine,"
ouoth the (Joldcn (late chnp. "Thou
sand of immure working night and day
to pay (he assessment s. ll keep tint
country a busy as a beehive," and the
upciikcr sauntered to the telegraph ollice
to order UKsehMiient No. Jti.
"There, tlier, tton't cry any more,'
mild the kind-hciirtcd stranger to a I it t lu
girl who was leaning ngnlnst the railing
fn front of apublieschool-hoiise, weeping
ns If her lieart would break. "Tell ti
what's the matter." The child turned
two hlghlv-inllamcd orbs up nt the good
Sainaii'tiiii. mid then stammered, be
tween her sob. "All the girl in my
class were vaccinated last week, and
niino,H tho only one that hasn't look.
Never lose your center rigid, or emir,
age, or change plaus lu front of the
The eminent phyuiciiin, J. Marion buna,
M. D., New York: "I hiii convinced that
Prof. Darby's Prophylactic Fluid is u moat
For small-pox and other contagious di
east's use Dr. Darby Prophylactic Fluid.
PtraoiiH waiting on the kick should use it
freely. It will prevent small pox, scarlet
fever, dipthcria or any contagious disease
from spreading, snd tho worst cam will
yield to its purifying and cleaning cllccta.
BiogTaphy of Oarflold.
The Cleveland correspondent of the
New York Tribune in a recent letter
Mrs. (oilfield I taking an active part
In the preparation of a work containing
a selection from the speeches, lecture
and other public addresses of the late
President. The plan is to print in one
or two columns such of his oratorical ef
forts a have a permanent interest and
kIiow best hi power and range a a
Htatcsman and scholar. The labor of
compilation i being performed by Pres
ident Hinsdale, of Hiram College, with
Mrs. (Jarlield's counsel and asMtance.
A good deal of original matter will go
into the hook in ti e form of notes and
of introductory article explaining the
circumstances under which the speeches
were delivered, and the history and at
titude of the public questions to which
they relate. Nothing ha vet been de
cided about the authorized biography.
Mrs. (iarlield wisely thinks there should
be no haste to publish the book, and
that it can well wait until the hurriedly-
written lives manufactured for campaign
purpose and republished after his
death, have hail their run and the pu!
lio is readv to view his career in a true
historical iight. No selection of a biog
rapher has been made. No doubt the
task will Ik; confided to some one whoso
place in literature is already won, and
who will not seek the work for the repu
tation it will bring.
After the biography appears, but per
haps not until many "years elapse, there
will probably be published under Mrs.
(iarlield .supervision one or two vol
umes made up of selection from the
Martyr-President's correspondence. In
the letters w hichfriend can furnish and
in the pre copies which he preserved
of much of hi corrcoi)denee with pub
lic men, evits a mine of valuable ma
terial. These letter cover the entire
period of the war, the reconstruction
epoch, the contest over the national fi
nance, and the more recent event in
politics and legislation, and abound in
frank, manly, vigorous opinions and
criticism. Well digested, they would
form a coneientou record of General
(arlield s life and thought from lKGO to
10, written by hi own hand. Si con
stant wa his habit of writing to a few
intimate friend with freedom and full
ness of his experiences, his reading, lit
erature, science and political economy,
his work in legislation ami in the field
of national politics, and his v iews of
public men and Licasiires, that an auto
biography could almost lie mailt! up
from his letter. ' In justice to himself
and other, hi correspondence, if pub
lished, will be edited with great care. It
may not be printed until niot of the
inch who played prominent part with
him in public life have passed off the
Married Polks Would Ee Happier.
If home trials were never told to
If they kised and made up after every
If household expenses were propor
tioned to I'ci eipt.
If they tried to be agreeable a in
If each would try and be a support
and comfort to the other.
If each remembered the other was a
human being, not an angel.
If women were so kind to their hus
bands a they are to their lover.
If fuel and provisions were laid in dur
ing the high tide of Summer.
If both parties remembered that they
were married for worse as well a for
If men were as thoughtful for their
wive as they were for their sweet
heart. If there were fewer silk and vc.lvet
street costume, ami more plain, tidy
If there were fewer "please darlings''
in public and more common manner in
If wives and husband would take
some pleasure as they go along, ami not
degenerate into men" toiling machine.
Heereation is necessary to keep the heart
in its place, and to get along without it
is a bi'p mistake.
The entire French coast i about to bo
lighted by electricity, which ns far back
as 1S7'i was employed in tlie light-houses
near Havre. It U'now thought that the
development of the new y stem warrant
it general use on the French coast.
Kurty-two liglit-houes are to be provid
ed with electric' light and with itcam
trumpet for fog signal, at a first cost
of about l,.'(tfl.0(Hi. and an annual ex
penditure) of about tCO.OUO for maiutuu
Mice. Many Miskrahi.b ricori.ts drag them
selves about with failing strength, fcclinir
that they are steadily sinking Into their
graves when, by using Parker's Ginger
Tonic, they would find a cure commencing
with tho first dose, and vitality and utremjth
surely coming back to them. Sco other
Sinim'B ViTAMzen Is what you need for
Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness
and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Trice 10
and 78 cents per bottle. Paul Q. Schuh,
Cnocp, Wnooi'tKtt Couon snd HroDchitis
Immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure.
Paul 0. Schuh, Agent. 8
To all who are suffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will euro vou, free
ofchnrgo. This great remedy wns discov
ered by a mifsionary In South America.
Bund a sulf addressed envelope to tho Kev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station 1), New York
Wnx you RUKKKti with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint! Shiloh's Vitnlizur'a
guaranteed to euro you. Paul 0. Schuh,
CAIRO IUJIXKTIN: 1HURSDAY MORNING. APIttL . r. 1S82.
Si.RK.pi.Efs mouth ms'le miserable by
that tcjirible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the
remedy for you. Paul 0. Schuh, Agent. 3
Go to Paul 0. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unuqualed. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
snd German. Price 15 cents.
Catakkii cunED, health snd sweet breath
secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Itemed. Price
25 cents. Nasal Injector free. Paul G.
Schuh, Agent. 4
Allen's Brain Food positively cures ncrv
ousncBs. nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organB. $1. 5 for 5. All
druggists. Semi for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 813 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Burclay Bros.
Refined and educated women will some
times suffer in silence for years from kidney
disease s 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 in liquid and dry forms, equally effi
cient. That hacking cough can be so quickly:
cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it
Paul O. Schuh, Agent. . 1
A Cough. Cold or 5ore Throat
should be stopped. jNeglect frequcntl re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on tlif inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma. Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
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 at 23 cents a
On Thirty Day's Trial.
We will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Belts and other Electric Appli
ances on trial for U0 days to young men
and other persons afflicted with Nervous
Debility, Lost Vitality, etc., guaranteeing
speedy relief and complete restoration of
vigor and manhood. Also for Rheuma
tism. Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, Rupture, and many other
diseases. Illustartecl pamphlets sent free.
Address Voltaic Belt.Co.. Marshall, Mich.
The Prize of Banty
wiuld never have been awarded to Venus
if her teeth had been yellow. Frail mortal,
unlike the deities a fable, have perishable
toeth, but these they may retain unimpaired
to an advanced age, if they will use Sozo
dent, which keeps the teeth from impuri
ties; which jdestrny them and renders them
objects of admiration. It is pure, refresh
ing, leaves an agreeable flavor in the mouth,
and sweetens the breath.
Indian Blood Syrup.
livspfpi'ts. Liver Pin
eases. Few and Axne
THE BF.8T REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN!
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
Yhl Svrup poeit rsrled properties: It tlm
tilnten the ptynllne to the osllva, which converts
tliu eurch snd puiisr of the food Into Klucnre. A
deficiency in plyanne esatei wind ni fonring of
tho fo1 In the ttomnch. If ihe medtf l jt wien
Immediately after esting, the fermentation ol focd
It arti npen the I.lrer.l
It arts npon the Klilneyi,
It Beitnlstes tlie Bowels,
It rarities the Blood.
It Quiets tire Nervous Sm.
It Promotes Digestion,
It Nonrlsliet, Strengthens and Invigorate!, ,
It Carries oft' the Old Blood and makes New,
It Opens the Tores of the Skin and Induces
It rrentrsllsee the hereditary taint, or potion in
the Mood, which generate Scrofula. BrrslptUi.
and all manner of ttittn Dlavaoei ana Iniernal hu
mor. There are no spirits employed In Its manufacture
and It can be taken by the moat delicate babe, or by
the aged and feeble, care only being required in at
Until n to directions.
Galra, Iletiry County, Ills.
I wa icifferlng from Blck Headache and D'set
net so that I could not atteud to my hoaiehold di
tie, and a ihort trial of Dr. Clark Johnson's Indi
an Dlood Syrup etfeeiuallr r.nrrd me.
MIIS IIBLEN BLKINS.
Waterman 8tatlon, DeKaibCo.,IlU.
This Is to certify that Dr Clark Johnaon's Indian
Blood Syrup harcurud me of I'atn in the Bark. It
Is a valuable medlcina. MRS WOOD.
Centre mil, White Co., Ark.
This U to cortlfy that I was afflicted with rl pi
ta tl on of the Heart for many years I tried differ
ent doctor. whoe preecriptlon tended more to
weaken me than they did to ulrenglhen. Itilant
res lvort to try Dr. Clark Johnton's Indian Dlood
Hyiap, which proved to he a noeitive euro not on
ly curing the fleart Dli-eM, but alio a Sick Head
ach which bad been troubling me.
MKS MAHT A. NKAL.
I wa afflicted with I.Wor Complaint and Dynpcp
sla and filled to set rnllnf, although using modi-
ctuo from our miit doctor I commenced nln(
Dr. Johnson's Indian wood riyrtip.andaxhort trial
cured m. T. W. HfsiNO, Moitno, 111.
Till rertlfles that 11 r. Clark Johnson's Indian
Blond Pyrnp his effectually cured me of Dyipopils.
Too much cauuot he said In praiin o' It.
W. B.W1MMKR, Bodford.Mo.
Areuts wanted fur the sale of tho Indian Dlood
Syrnp in every town or village, In which I have no
agent. Particulars given ou application.
DUUG0IHT8 BELL IT.
Ubratory 77 West Sd it., N, V. City.
f! Ill W
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life Iniuranca Company
IN TIIJ3 WOULD.
it alont luaes
itlpntillDS that Ihe contract of Insurance "ahall
tot be ale outed" after It It three tears old,
and that such policlei (half be
on receipt of satlifactory proofi of death.
Its policy 1) clear and eoaclie, and contains
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
W. B.-RFAD TOlTt rOlICIKM. Compare the
thorl and itmple form ucd by the Kiiltable wlib
the Ion if and ohacure contract loaded down with
techulcalitle timed by other companies I
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy holders are
N. B. Sec the miny letter Irom policy holder
esprculng their gratification with the returns from
their loxnxt Sayinu rTXU 1'oliciii.
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely Invented, nearly
E. A . BURNETT, Agent,
Office, corner 12th and Waihlnftea.
November 24, USl. mJdw
MUTUAL All) SOCIETY.
JJUREKA! EUREKA! I
A SUBSTITUTE FOB LIFE INSUR
ANCE CI' U FAMES.
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organlietl Julr lith, H77, tinder the Laws o
the 5tate of Illinois. Coprrlhted July
9, 1877, Under AettifConfms.
P. O. HCnun ..,,vt,H.Preldnt
C. T. hUDD ...VIee Freiident
J. A. tiOLUSTIKR hmm Trcunrer
J. J. GOH1XJN MH m. Medical AdTiier
THOMAS LRW18 HecruUr
JOHN C, W 11 ITS ........AiiliUnt Secretary
J. C. WHITE,
I. . THOMAP,
W. r. HTCUER,
3, B. MeOAUKY.
BOARD OF MANAGERS:
groceri; Paul O. Schuh, wholeialc and retail drua-
bIpt; n nt en btigmon, eommniiou mercnnnii t ..
6. McOahrv. Inmher dealer! J. J. (iordon. Dhri-
Iclau; i. A. Oolditlua, ofUolditlna & Koeeuwater,
wboleiaie ana retail dr good, rtci nn.r.rncn.
er, general agent) lieu trU. Kill, elt printer aad
hook binder; Cheiley ilayno, Cootieri Jno. C.
White, aailitant lecrotary and ollcltori Albert
Lewi, dealer In Conr and grain; F. Dr. 4rel
dent Alexander Conntr Hank ;0. W. Hendrlck.
contractor and buildur; Cyroi Cloio, general
guut;Tliomaa Lewl. vecrvtary and attorney at
law i L, H, 'Jbomni, brixim nianufactureri W. K
agunt cj. Ht. L. N. O. rlloil;Moi l'hllliii.rar
imuiert H. A. Chuinbley, cotilrictd.', Cairo, III,.
IIiiV. .1. Htielirr. nliirnvman Nl Ij'llll. Mo. I J. 11.
Kiiaiel. contractor and Millnert v.
Iluthntie, clrrutt clerk, Mtialiilppl county, t'hjrlei
ton. Mo. i J. 11. Mimre , lawyer, Commerce, Mo.'
1). Blnnletirv. Dhvilrlan. Arllncrlou, Ky. J. W.
furry, phvilclau, Ktilton, Kv. Wm. Ilyan, farmer,
Miirry, Ky. ; A. btclnbach, nunumturer of tad
dlery.EvanivllUi, Ind.lko Audariuii, lecrytary
to uiierlnlendcntC. 8t. L. ds N O. rl msd, Jck
ion.Tenu.lJ. 8. Roborlion, vWylcln. While
vIllci.Teiin.t Thomaa A.Obi!hi, iaruMa maker,
llollvar.Tenn.j Wm. I.. Walker, Adn
tiling Agon 2 ,' Uo! W Rvrlnei, Mid
' W f "i v... ...
Over 2.000.000 Bottles
""cheVnTlun'g' lhroat' brontnl',,'MthDa,
Balsam of Toln
bnt It ha never been io advantagoomly compounded
dltton to it p.tl.ing Balamic prouertlea, It aflordi
''m after the cough hae been relieved.
BTPUT UP IN QUART SIZR T0TTLFS FOR FAMILY USE, PRICE Sl.001
CATTTION' I,,nB,t1b,'d'evedbjr dealer who try to palm off upon you Hock and kve in
.Vl V V K 1 W r JVl,ce 01 ?nr Toia J4 Dtl Hy hich li the only medicated article auade-
gcumuu bum rivie oie proprieiary iiimpon eacn bottle.
Tho TOIU, ROCK nod RYE CO., Prc.prietors, 41 River street, CliicsRo, 111.
Sold by Druggists, Grocers and Dealers Everywhere.
l'ubllsktd Unnthty, JYiee $3.00 per
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Cottage by the River Song it Clio Dolfuti
the Sca-Snnir A Clio J. M. North
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Ye Litte Kirdi Quartet Smart.
The Lovers' Farewell Quartet W. D.
Ilright Eve Waltx Harwell.
Queen of Heart Gavotte ItjelefelJ.
Heel and Toe Galop (our Handi Ilendcr.
New Vears' Greeting Polka Eisenborn.
Von Steuben'i Grand March Drculer.
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they cau ba cared," which It offered free, poetpatd
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liable to, auv diie'tie of the throat or lung. Ad
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twl QjrTftTinn, '& prmerip.
. tiona, pno only SI OS irat by
nd niw.AddraM IVftbod MimI.
aVXlUVV lUIuLLI.KKIUNiMllaiaacbat. Boatoa.
Having1 a larp;e stock of Instruments
on hand, and belnsr about to place some
new BtyH'8 njion the market, we pro
pose to offer the balance of our present
stock of low-priced Organs at a consid-,
erablo reduction FOB CASH until
Dealers about purchasing for Spring
Trade will do well to write us for
GEO. WOODS k CO.
er week can ba mad la any locality,
Somiilhlnrentlrulynew for agunt. 3 oulSt
O. W. lMlrlAliAM A CO., lloitoo, Hail'
a a kuhi.. 1.1
f , ,, ky4lmlaOnf.arnM
ica, Kc., woo are timd out bywoik or worry, and
all who are muonbla with Dyapcpua. Khctima-,
dim, Neuralcia, or Dowel, Kidney ot Liver Conv
pUntS yiHicanbelnvii.'OMteoj nndciiredhvf.iniT'
' tlyuuaiuwaiUiiaway Willi Cunuiiuiiiuo,iuv4
linuiion or any weultnen, vou will find rnrker' j
OingcrTonic tin greatest lHood I'lrliliieronUtlMJ
Ileat DaalthAStrcnirthnoitorer rouCaal'ieH
Land Curmncriortn Pittrr and other Tonic, M it J
innlcli up ilia lyiicm, but never intoxicate. y4
c. nrl.'t't Himv ft rn.,("hcmif, N, A
HAIU UALSMI KuhT,
m m v am u ......
pneumonia, coniumption and all dlaeaiei of tbS
Ilni alwuy Wen one OflbemoKt Important
weapon wluidi'd by the medical faculty
L'int the ciicriiachaieut f Cough, Cold,
llronihlti, Aethma, Kore Throat. Ciimump.
tlon In It Ihclpleni and advanced Hive, and
m ! I .1 1 ..... .... ..r . .. . V . I . a ,
a lu the clebnted Toln, Rock and Rre In ad
a dlflu.lve itlaiiilaut aud tonic, to build up ihe
mnnum Poat-pato. StngU Vol. SO etl.
No. 2 (New Series) Contains 'JZS5.
I'd be a Ilutterfly Song Itichardi, $ 3J
un, tjentie mrus icnor song . .. nennett. 40
nil uuitic uearee Duet v Ulmmi.
The Chanel Fern, or mix. voicca Jireutzcr.
Ilitce Fishers Quartet ....Mullah.
Siiarkllng Heautv Walra Barker.
Picture Card Dinette Rchreai.
Itnccaccio March Four Hand Dreslor,
Chiming Hulls I'ulko. KaphaeUon,
on receipt of 7Jct or four month for Ji.eo.
'.iT"'f ?.E!;U,,02'f V' "tln W fan art
hi Itlen rniiLnie kt u? kimik ul i , ,
a(lrt.vM.MMa Fu.-t HiiArprlirh
r..OKHMH MttKxN. MhaoviT WO a month
by UO luluou a Llvetrki DgliCU Kli,HT to fill ordera,
tar.krre.aio.1, lioak, e., mIj vDO
Ura-aa, will pr.uipll) rvlvad wuuej wltk lulercal"
cc Ara tzvzv.:z ies nrsTstanrr '
Inprrmn, Five Pcllnr(trUHowH to nay nnrriM If
lth pollin atiriinm. .,.,, al trala. talirr
treautll JtluslruhdCutalouue frte.
Tltaiai Aildrtu or call upon
DA5HL P. BEATTY, Vuhiugton, Saw Jewf
OF ST. LOUIS, M0.
Which were totally destroyed by Ire on May
and September 21,
Ordura areioliclted for
Strictly Pure White Loml and Red Load)
Uold Presacd aud Pure Dark Castor ,
Oil, Raw and Double Bulled
0 15 A C 0 0
This elegant artlcln of CIUWIVO TOBACCO
l mm- on ihe market. Ask yoar dealrr lor It.
Manufactured bv C..A. JACKSON t to.
. Pi-tflniburg, Va.
VftTTrVfl WTti IfyoowanttolearaTelegya.
IVUlllT iUXill phy in a few month, and ha
certain of a ltuatlaaaddraaa. VaJentln Brother!,
ADVERTIRKRH! lenrtfor nr Halrct Llat of V
ral Nawipaner. Geo. P. BowellaVUo., 10
pmc street, N. Y.
farty-aryenth rion rf the nld rrllibl. Chl-"
rno rilla'i Hrtmriilora, tho only flr-rla
or linn 11 Job, honeorilonni jiower; theny Apron
Mirblno thatthnwhni and M.(n ajioilfm,..
S (, 'M hlrnun I'lif. IVMibie Wnion
louniud Iloraf I'nwi'rwarctlieaMKarAainrJ
A pniuoiine.'d Mtcoiwa In MM ; lll- Jknfl.
loiiiamitiiiviilytlioOrmaiiil Order rly. Tun
mi ami rimnMt umwiiiT m vrain. nni. ami oltivcr.
Kiini'iiwt aiia iikwi aurahlu inacUluo lu Uie uiari'L
The Rlitrlt Hawk Porta.
bin aud i'nwtiou. AIimi.
bllUlllfciV lutrly nonxilalyM. WUir
lube llollor. Will aavo ttu-tr eont In fiwl aloue.
H. A. PITTS' SONS MFC. CO. '
TnndSlMrMnlt. CHICAGO, ILl