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Weely, I months. 100
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Absence of Mind.
.Scene: A leepinjj-eur. An absent
minded pitssenger suddenly arises from
his wat and look aimlessly around him.
"A heavy welrht it on my mind!
1 know 1 o left something Ixblndl
It cniiot be tlifi braten cheik,
For trunk wblrh bairirare-innstors wrock,
Forhereitit! My bitt-lxjx? Not
. It safely rent the seat U-loir!
It mum be. then, my now umbrella,
Mr wife will taunt me when I tell her,
'Your ufteentb since the glad New Yrtrf
Jbhy, bless me, ool How Tory nueerl
Tit In Ibe rack there, plain In ulrbtl
My purse and ticket are nil rlxbll
What fancies crowd an adrili'd bend;
There's naught imlm 1 I'll go to bod."
Full peacefully be annk. to rout,
If anori'i a peaceful sleep atti'st.
A tuneful hour had aciurce allpped by,
When loud uprose an anguisbt-d cry
A rrmed muni moan of lamentation)
'I've loft lb baby at the tuition I"
Tim cultivation of tho cassava root is
nttraeting tlie attention of California
fitrniers. It in said to be more profita
ble to grow citMAva than corn. CWava
flourishes in moist bottom land. It is
grown for the pnrWKe of furnishing
glucose, a subntance now extensively
used in the manufacture of beer and as
a substitute for honey and sugar. Tim
figures given areas follows: Corn yields
iW pounds of glucose to the bushel; cas
sava, yields about the tuue amount per
bushcL Hut a corn crop ranges from 30
to 60 bushels to the acre, while a cassa
va crop is often 20 tons. So the yield
of glucose from an acre of cassava would
bo nearly ten times greater than from an
acre of corn. The quality is superior.
A cow with two extra and useless legs
was shown in Washington market, New
York, the other day. She came from
Colorado, where she was found in a herd
of cattle on the plains. The extra legs
grew from the shoulders and were
sliajied like bind legs. The leg on the
right side, terminating in an elongated
hoof, measured L'G inches, and v. as at
least 2M inches from the ground. Tho
leg on the left aide measured 16 inches,
and was about 30 inches from the
ground and evidently undeveloped.
Looking from the tail of the animal to
ward the head the spine assumed a zig
zag lino, and the buttocks were widely
separated, while the hips were unusually
The Co-ojKTative Colonization Socie
ty Teutonic, ju-t ge.ttiffg under way at
King's Mountain, N. ('., presents niic
new features of business co-ocration.
It is, in fact, a joint-stock concern, in
which the members and owners receive
wage for their work, and then the prof
its in the hhnjM! of dividends. Kaeh
member takes one share of stock, and is
given nu acre of land upon which he
builds with his own money. The fami
lies are entirely separate, and there is
no religious lest of membership. The
business will , farming, horticulture,
and various kinds of wood manufactur
ing. Kfforts are being made by sportsmen
of western Massachusetts to inereae
and multiply feathcre! game in that .sec
tion. A year ago wild rice was planted
w ith success and a small stock of quails
was iii)orted and let loose. This year
the sjHtrtsmen of Springfield are plant
ing wild celery on the rivers and ponds
for the quails to feed upon, and it is in
tended to restock the neighborhood of
Springfield further by the addition of
live hundred quail, the first lot of fifty
having already been received for that
Among tho many unexpected develop
ment of electrical science is an appli
cation to tho hiving of bees when they
swarm, successfully tried by German
c xK.Timc titer. IJy introdueingtheends
of two connecting wires Into a fully-occupied
honeycomb, and turning on tho
current, the bees were rendered inactive
for about thirty minutes, which admit
ted of their being safely handled, while
no bad result apjiearcd to follow their
A discovery of a gold-bearing quartz
reef was maJc recently in tho county of
Ihidlcy, parish of Warrel, New South
"Wales The department of mines hare
received a telegram from the warden at
West Kempsey t o the effect that some of
tho stone has been assayed, and yielded
at the rale of two ounce of gold to tho
ton, and that the) reef had leeti traced
about a mile, bearing north and south.
Some prospectors 'have pegged the
claim. ' 1
A correspomlent at Oregon. IIL, sends
the following directions for killing cabbage-worms:
Sprinkle the cabbage lib
erally with wheat bran,-repenting the
operation two or threes times if the in
accts' appear at different periods. The
worms till themselves, the bran expands,
and they burst; They are destroyed in
a short time, and the dam ago done to
the cabbage-heads i slight
Tho government of Now South Wales
has prohibited the Introduction of horned
cattle and sheep, fodder, and fittings in
to that colony from any place otherthaa
the Australian and New Zealand colon
ics, cattlo or sheep shipped prior to this
'I once remarked to the General,"
any a correspondent who was with Gen
eral Skobclcff during the Russo-Turki.sh
war, "that ho acted very imprudently
in constantly exposing himself to the
enemy's lire without tho slightest neces
sity for so doing. 'Do you supposo,'
was tho answer, 'that it gives me any
pleasure, to let the Turks shoot atmer
if I go into danger I have good reasons
for it. My superiors envy mo on account
of my success, and would gladly take
Jin opportunity of getting rid of mo. The
only wav, therefore, of keeping my place
is tii make fny troops so enthusiastically
attached to mo thnt they will follow me
anywhere nnd niako mo indispensable;
null in order to do this I must behave
with thnt reckless bravery which always
indcnrs a commander to his .mm..'"
Tho eminent physician,',!. Mir ion bims,
M. D., New York: "I am convinced that
Prof. Darby's Prophylactic Fluid is a moat
For small-pos and other contagious dis
eases use Dr. Darbys Prophylactic Fluid.
Persons waiting on tho sick should uho it
freely. It will prevent small-pox, scarlet
fever, dipthoria or any contagious disease
from spreading, and tho worst cases will
yield to its purifying and cleaning effects.
A bceDe in Ireland.
How a Frocst-Servee Waa Foro,d to Tat His
At the usual fortnightly petty session
held last week. the presiding magis
trates being Col. Stunrt nud Mr. T. U.
Wilson, three young men named Cor
belt, and a man named Sena, were
charged with having murderously as
saulted a process-server named Sheedy.
Patrick Sheedy deposed that he re
sided in Carrickon Suir, and was a process-server.
Thursday, 2'Jth December
last, he got a number of writs to serve
on the tenants of Mr. Seally. The writs
were for rent due. In the discharge of
that duty he proceeded to Dallyneal,
and served some of the tenants with
"While you were serving those writs
did anything happen to you?"
'I had them all servcu but two one
for Mrs. Shea and another. I got a far
as Shea's house, and as I entered the
farm-house, Shea, the prisoner, met me.
He said: 'Sheedy, I never thought I
would see you at this dirty work.' "
"Did anything happen to you then?"
"Yes, I heard voices in the kitchen,
and I became frightened, and turning,
ran; but before I got twenty yards I
wa seized by three or four persons, and
dragged back into tho kitchen,','
"Were the writs taken from you?"
"Yes." I was knocked down on the
broad of my back, and several parties
shouted: "Shove the writs down his
"Can you say if the prisoners were
the parties who shouted: 'Shove them
down his throat?" "
"I was too terrified to know who did
"Were the prisoners there at all?"
"Yes, they were all in the kitchen."
"You say that you were knocked
down in the kitchen. When you were
down did anything happen to you?"
"Yes." "As soon a they shouted:
'Shove the writ down his throat,' I
pleaded for mercy, but it was no use,
and one of the party stuck a writ into
my mouth, and I was held down until I
"They made tou swallow the writ?"
"Yes; Shea's writ"
"Did any of the prisoner take part in
"It wa not they that jdtoved the writ
down my throat," but they assisted in
holding mo while it was being pushed
down my throat"
"Did "you swallow more than no
"I was kept down until I swallowed
Did you get any water to wash them
'Yes; after I swallowed the first writ
somebody said to give roc a drink of
lioiling-water, and after that I gut somo
dirty water to drink."
"And after you got the water they
made you swallow the second writ?"
"Yes sir, and I was cuffed and bea
ten and threatened that if I wa ever got
at sueh dirty work again I would not
gel off so easily; and just a I wa go
ing out of the kitchen, running, a kettlo
of boiling water wa thrown after me,
but it didnot do me any barm."
Had you to promise'that you would
never again go writ-serving?
"I had." Dublin Timet.
Henry James, Jr.
Mr. Henry James, Jr., remains In
Hoston. The three "leaders of the Bos
ton school" of novel writers Aldrich,
Howells and James did not receive a
college education. James, the young
est, is 119 years old. He first contribut
ed to the "Atlantic Monthly in 18n.i. Ho
wa then a student under the care of his
father. He lives in bachelor's lodgings
and uses his mornings for writing, in
which he is. as Poo was and Harte is,
painfully slow. He has a habit of not
remaining long enough in good com
pany to have it become stale, but van
ishes when he is most enjoying himself.
His American friends calf him "Harry
James." He has lived abroad mainly
for the sake of his health. While stout
in appearauccs, he is much of an inva
lid. About one year ago a speculator
bought the famous natural bridge in
Virginia for 18.000. He sold it to another
party for f'JO.OOO, and it has just been
sold'again for f.V,000.
Heard in a Rural Village.
"What! no supper at vour houso to
.liglit! Are you all sick?'1 "O. no; we
are all well, and as hungry as bears; but
you see, we have a donation party at
our minister's to-night, and we aro
merely saving up our appetites that's
"Oh, Tat!" "What, sor?" "Did yej
iversee a winter loike this?" "Yis,
Sor." "Whin?" "Last summer, sor."
Many Mihkuablr FitorLE drag them
selves about with failing strength, fuelinir
that they are steadily sinking into their
graves when, by using Parker's Ginger
Tonic, they would find a cure commencing
with the first dose, and vitality and strength
surely coming back to them. See other
SniLort's Vitamzkr is what you need for
Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness
and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10
and 75 cents per bottle. Paul G. Schuh,
Ciiocp, WnoortNO Cotran and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure.
Paul G. 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 scnd.a recipe that will euro vou, free
of charge. This great remedy was discov
ered by a mhsionary in South America,
Sond a self addressed envelope to tho Uor.
Joseph T. Inman, Station D, New York
Will vou sufrer with Dyspepsia and
Livor Complaint! Shiloh's Vitnllzor's
guaranteed to cure you. Paul G, gehuh
Agent. ' a '
CAIRO BtlLLKTIN. FRIDAY MOUNINU, APRIL
SlKKPLE VlfltlTa InmU miu.ralilA hv
that teirible coutfh. Shiloh's Cure is the
remedy for you. Paul 0. Schuh, Agent. 3
Go to Paul G. Schuh for Mra. Freeman'
New National Dve. Por )ir!rrMriPna and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
X , A a .. 1 Tv . . - sr . a
iroui V to o puunui. uirccnons In tngllsn
and German. Price 15 cents.
Catakkii CURED, health and sweet breath
secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Itemed. Price
n tr l XT-... I T r ..i
j ceuia. aimbi jiujectur iree, 1 aui u.
Schuh, Agont. 4
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs, fl. 5 for $5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., a. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Refined and educated women will some
times suffer in silence for years from kidney
diseases 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 sur
fer from some of the diseases for which
this great remedy is a specific. It is put
up in liquid and dry forms, equally etn-
That hackin? couL'h can be so ooicklv
cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it
raui u. ociiun. Agent. i
A Cough. Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. Neglect frequentl re
suits in an Incurable Lung disease or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, hut act directly on the 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 nave attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies of the age. Bold at 25 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 30 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 uheuraa
tisro. Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, Rupture, and many other
diseases. Illustsrted pamphlets sent free.
Address Voltaic Belt.Co.. Marshall. Mich.
The Prize of Branty
would never have been awarded to Venus
if her 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 Sozo
dont, which keeps the teeth from impuri
ties;which ,destroy 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.
Iivrpla, Liver I1.
.1 eaara. Fever and Asue
lima. Nervoni nlillli
THE BUST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAM
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
Thl Simp poeeeMfe Tailed, properties: It atiin
nlatea tba ptyellne In the aalWa, which converta
Ibe (larch and aogar of the food Into ilacoaa. A
deflelencT in ptyaiine eanaea wind and aonrini; ol
the food In the elomach. If the medicine j waen
ImmrdlatelT after eating, the fermentation ol fotd
U prevented. ,
It arts upon the LlverJ
It sets apun the Kidneys,
It Be (alatei the Bowels,
It Partite s the Blood.
It Qalets the Xenons System.
It Promotes Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strengthens and Iavlgoratei,
It Carries off the Old Blood and makes New,
It Opens the Pores of the Skla and Induces
It neutralises the hereditary taint, or poison in
tha blood, which generatee Herofula, Krrelpelae,
and all manner of bkln Diseases and Internal hu
mor. There are no spirits employed In It mannfactnr
and It can be taken by the most delicate babe, or by
the aged and feeble, care only being required In at
tentli n to direction,
Oalva, Henry County, III.
I was suffering from 8ick Headache and Dij.il
neea so that I ennui not attend to my household da
tlee, and a short trial of Dr. Clark Johnson's Indi
an Blood Syrup effectually cored me.
MRU. UELKN ELKINI.
Waterman Station, DeKalh Co., Ills.
This la to certify that Dr Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Hrrnp has eared me or Pain In the Back. It
Is a valuable medicine. MKHWOOD,
Centre Hill, White Co., Ark.
This Is to certify that I waa afflicted with Palpi
taUon of the Heart for many years I tried differ
ent doctors, whose preecrlptlons tended more to
weaken me than thnv did to strengthen, la. last
rea Wed to try Dr. Clark Johnsoti Indian Blood
Hytup, which Proved to be a positive cure not on
ly earing the flnert Disease, but also a Hick Iluad
ach which bad been troubling me,
I wa afflicted wllh Liter Complaint and Dyspcp
si a and failed to get relief, althongh using mudl
elnea from our beat doctor, I commenced using
Dr, .tnhoeon'a ludlan lllood Hrrup, and a short trial
cured me. T. W. B18INU, Mollne, III.
This rarttfle that Dr. Clark Johnson' Indian
Blood Hyrnp ha effectually cured m of Dyspepsia.
Too muck cannot be said In praise or It.
W. B. WIMMKIt, Bodford, Mo.
Airent wanted for the sale of Ibe Indian Blond
Syrup m eviry town or village, in which I have no
agent. Particular given ou application,
DKUGGISTB BELL IT.
Lanratory 17 West Sd st N. T. Cltj.
II WLA if
If vwif 1
re a JJ III -jc
ag .f-sj Dc
5 rsi M 1 S
2 Ssf 5?
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life Insurance Company
IN THE WOULD.
It alone Ufnei
stipnlatlngthat the contract of Insurance "shall
not be dtstnted" after it Is three year old,
and that such policies shall be
on receipt of satisfactory proof of death.
Hi policy la clear and eonclse, and contain
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
5. B.-BFAD VOL'S. POl.iriEH. Compare th
short and simple form used by the Buiilable with
the Wing and obscure cnntracis loaded down wltb
lecnulcaltties Issued by other companies!
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy holders are
N. B. See the many letters from policy holder
expressing thvir gratification wllh the relurua Iron)
meir junrinB DATijioe riMD rouciai.
Beonuae of its
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus- Securely iBVwted, nearly
E. A. BURNETT, Agent.
Office, corner lilh and Washington.
November U, lesi. msdw
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
UREKA 1 EUREKA 1 1
A SUBSTITUTE FOE LIFE ISSUE
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organised Jnlv Uth, 11177, Under the Laws o
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted Jnlv
9, 1877, Under ActofConrTfSa.
P. O. SCnrjH ...President
C. T. kUDD Vice President
J. A. UOLDATINB Treason
J. J. OUKDUN Medical Adviaer
THOMAS LKWIS Hecretar-
J01IN C. WUITB Assistant ttecrelary
J. C. WUITB,
L. b. THOMAS.
W. r. PITCUKR,
J, 8. MeOAHKY.
HOARD OP MANAGERS:
William Htratton, of Htratton A Bird, wkolfsale
grocers; I'anl U. rtchub, wholesale and retail rlru-
gist; 11 men Lvighton, commission merchant; Jaa,
. McOahey, lumber dealer; J. J. Gordon, phya
Iclan; J. A. Guideline, ofUoldntlne A Korenwater,
wholesale and retail dry goods, etc; Wa.F, Pitch
r, general agcut; Ileurv B. Kills, city printer and
hook binder; Cheslcy Ilaynes, Cooper; Jno. O.
White, assistant lecralary and sollcltorl Albert
Lewis, dealer in four and grain; P. Brnss. presl
. . j..., . .. . . i .I. ii j -i i.
aunv Ainauuvr vouniT DBiia( u. r, iisnunbKP.
contractor and bilildur; Cma Close, general
tgent ; Thomas Lewi, secrery and attorney at
law: L.8. Thumae, broom maiiniacturer; W. V
Kussel, contractor and 'wilder; C. T, Btidd
agent C. HI. L. AN. U. railaoiul;MoHa l'hllltps.rar
iienter; II A. Chumhley, c jotracto, Cairo, Ilia.,
ltov. J, apencer, clergyman. Ht Leuls, Mo. J. H.
Betbune, clrrult clerk, Mis .aslppl county, Charles
lou, Mo.; J. II. Moore , law ver, Commerce, Mo.
I), SlugluUr,phvlcliin, .rllniftnn, hy. W.
Tsrry V.ivalclau, Vulton, Kv.; Wm. Bysn, farmor,
Mi'.rrv, llv.l A. Btelnbach, mantttacturer of sad
dlorV.B'anavllle, lnd.;1ko Anderson, secretary
?0 supsrlntwndent C . 8t. L. A N O. rat road, ai k-
. - 3 u l)nki,iinn. Dhvulrlin. Whlto-
JTlTu.TiMin.t Thnmaa A. Osborn, harness maker,
V ?: T.nn i Wm. L. Walker. "Dixie Adyor-
A iii:i.-v ---.I v. . 77 .
Usioft A8uD( UC-'V eprinra.ini"
Over 9 0(( 0(( TlMi
n . , 7 J "
!h!i'niiS!bn Oronchltla, asthma,
W aaSUU7sltll IIlllil II n7
. ........ , lUKi-, r..i luiuai, uruucunia, asmma, pneum
throat, chent and luugs. "
Balsam of Tolu
svH.em .rt.rtbe cough 1... i;;..rnVellWd.
t-ffPUT l',V IN fJl'AHT SlI.'. TtflTTf.M
A Til ION' 'V nM r d B!Tt'dby dr,(N wh0 ,,r tn Plm n" upon yon Kock and ltvVltt
,h.l?;,Tr A. lr .V1'" of ?ur Tolu- lto "d Hye, which la the only medicated article mado
the cmuine haaa private d In nrmir pir .tamrmn i.i-
Tho TOUT. MUCK and UVP
aoLD by Druggists, Gkocebs
l'ulilithtd Monthly, ive $3.00 prr
No. 1 (New Scries) Contains
Cottage by the Kivcr Song ACho Polfum, $ 40
O Hush Th e, Mv llahv Ilichard.
liver me nca nnng tno J..M. .ortli
Ye I.itte Birds Quartet Smart.
The Lovers' Farewell Quartet W. Ii.
Bright Jive, Wall Farwell.
Queen of Itearta Gavotte Bielefeld.
Heel an J Toe Calnp four Hands .iienticr.
New Yeari (iret-tinir Polks Kisenhnrn.
Yon Steuben's (irand March Uri.slcr.
A Trial Trip Nos. 1 and a mailed post-paid, on receipt of 75 cU., or four months forfi.cd.
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27 Stops, 10 Sets Reeds, $90
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Dr J. II. 8CUENCK, ot Philadelphia, has Just pub
lihedabookon"l)lsetsusoftlielung8 and how
thry cau be cured," whicu Is oflforoj free, postpaid
to alt applicants. It contain valuable Information
for all who suppose themselves afflicted with, or
liable to. any diseases ol the th'oator lungs. Ad
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rmjrl, 125 prMoritv
Mod now.Aitdnaa Fmbfldy Mih
rIflu7 fUVCriP Irnllnstitntanr lr.W. H. l'AR.
. K ETU No. 4 Bulftnch St. HoiUn.
Having a largre stock of instrutnents
on hand, and Ileitis: about to place some
new stylos upon tho market, we pro
pose to offer the balance of our present
stock of low-priced Organs at a consid
erable reduction FOR CASH until
Dealers about purcnaslnir for Spring:
Trade will do well to write Us for
GEO. WOODS & CO.
(feOAPcr week can ho made tn any locality.
vOvsomotblnir emiruir new for etfi'tit. 5 outfit
free. U. W. INUUA1IAM CO., iioston, Mass-
a..Li l. al-aA
W . xai Kr .a .,rf.i4 Mt nit Mrntl. n. mm snJ
tall who ara minerabi, vriih bypep,ia, KheumaJ
T plaints you can lieinviiyratcd and cured by mint;
TTTniml w i.tiMr.nW'it. Willi I nli.ntntltlonJjiM
smauonorary yveaKness, ou win nnu ijii
'OmgcrTonls the r,tatc.t lllood 1'erUliJtrnndlhc,
ft.it TIattitlBrlnfff hllnalimr VltuCanVsn
!.vid fir stiperior to llittera and oilier T onici, a it J
buiiiis up mo sysin, nut never intoxicura. g
'ct. nnd $t i'f. tirov ft rii..Chemit. N. Y j
, It AIIUIUIU IUuwym Uu InJ
IIIAlll UALbAM Z'XtXT.
' waiMUlvtl it Jill MAitM J
pneumonia, conanmptlon and all disease oftke
II 1 1 1 A I I r S I M llll IHI I I SJ ,
Has always been one of the most Important
weapon wielded hy the medical faenlty
aualuM the encroachments of Coughs, Colds,
Bronchitis, Asthma, Sore Throat. Consump
tion in its Incipient and advanced atagee, and
'" nn.ani ana ionic, to bnild up ibe
PnD VlllltV ttoc. Tinrnn av
and Dealers EvEP.Ywn kre.
annum Vott-paUl, Sinyle Not. SO (.
No. 2 (New Scries) Contains sfi
I'd be a Butterfly Song ...Richards. $ jj
lih,ttentle llirus I enur aong . ...Hennett. 40
1 ne mis nc Leaves uuet imams.
The Chanel Fem, or mix. voicea.Kreutzer,
Three I-'iihen Quartet ....Hullah.
Sparkling BenutvWnlu Barker.
Picture Card Dinette Behreaa.
Boccaccio March Four Hands ...Dressier.
Cliimintr Bella 1'olka.. Kaphatlson.
NEW ADVKRTISKM KKT9.
tlrm.1,,1 tnen.li; FaetT." , kln f v . A
S Tr'". B'e'. neltvreed a. koorS COA
Traftrretteyror'inaoT are eat satt-Srit rrtora
Org. villi roo.piljr relunU mr Hfc uUriJJ
i lean Aitureaa or call upon
DiHTL P. BIATTY, Wsihlnfton, lew JtntT
OF ST. LOUIS, M0.
Which were totally destroyed hy Sre on May
and September 21, 18H1,
A It E It E BUI IT
Order are solicited for
Strictly Furo White Lead nnd Red Lead,
L'uld-Prrsd nnd Pwe Dnrk Castor
Oil, Kw nnd Double Boiled
T 0 U AC CO.
This elegant nrtlel of CHEWING TOBACCO
la now nn Hie market. Aik your dealer for It.
Manufactured bv !. A. JAt'KMON at CO.
certain of a situation, address Valentin Brother.
APVERTIKBBH! send for nnrMalect List of U
esl NewspRvter. Geo. P. Kowcll&Vo 1J
Rpruf street, N. Y.
Fnrty-arventh seaann of the old reliable ThU
rnao l'ltta" Ht'imrnlora, tlio only flraWltr
ApmnMavhlnenowlu Hie market ailaj'tedfor large
oramnll t.horeorstiaiiiiownri tfiecaV Armn
Mautflie Uist thnwhea anil 'ftt flnm mHllgnH
ptrfHtl hlraan lltu" DotiW Pinion
Mounted Ilerav Po wrra arc UieM in A utld
A PMIIouiuvd ancceaa In 1WI ; IfaAlaa) infl.MU
ui an.! rlMHHl threaherln irralll, Bl,aii(folover.
iiotilil not supply the demand. Onler early. The
aliuilit and uiot ilureUu luachiuulu th markot
hlSWlajW luMy DotiMnploaH Water
IuIki llollnr. Will save their coat In run! ulone,
H. A. PITTS' SONS MFC. CO. '
tftnd 8 0. Jefferson 6 1. CHICAC0, ItU
Beatty's nrrTIIO vrx oraaerrtnlns Hi tin seta
vrtllirlvo a. muol, nm-ln is I V V MM Vli'V A'SESSV
r.vuiiniii sat aa --a.kaa a.' i .
InittrCi1 " MlarafffS) .llowM to ray expense tf
ou buy : rnmo nyy..v, , ,e,w, Ve laaek
tlik pallio all.n.UMi .,.u a PMfc J5SJ
ItTJieautiul lltuttrattU Catalojue frte.