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Abisnce of Mini
Scene: A ulceping-rar. An tibst'iit
tnindtMl jxiswiit HUililnnly arises from
his scat andlooEs aimlessly around him.
"A heavy welrht it on my mind !
1 know I've li'ft oiiictliliiK Ix-Ulnill
It cannot Im th biaz-n rheck.
Kor trunk whleh beitirNiro-miistori wrock,
For her It la My nat-boxr' Nol
It aafely rest t)it Mnt below
It mint be, then, my new uuilircllit,
My wlfo will taunt me when I li;li her,
Yourliftoetilh aliioethe jrlad New Year!"
Why, bk-aa urn. no! How very queerl
'Tin In tbe nu W then;, plain in ljrbt
My (in rue mil ileki-t nre nil rliflii 1
Wbut funrlea crowd uu addli-d hi'iul;
There' a naugtjt atnia ! I'll go to bed."
Full peacefully he mink to rest,
If aiiurea a ppaci-fiil alcep attest.
A tuneful hour had acan-o allpol by,
When Imid iipnae an anwtlfthotl cry
A ermeil nmn'n moan if iaincntntion
I'vo left tbe baby at tbe nation!"
T!n cultivation of tho en root is
nttm-ting the attention of California
farmer. It it said to be more profita
ble to rrowciuwnvrttlinn corn. Caenrtva
flotirislw.' In moist bottom land. It is
grown, for the purpose of furnishing
rIucom?, a u!)staiir?e now extensively
used in tho manufacture of beer and rci
a Kithstttiitu for honey and sonar. The
figure given area follow: Corn yield
30 pound of glucose to the bimhcl; ca
ava yield ahout the name auiount per
bushel. 1) nt a corn Top range from IW
to GO bushels to the acre, w liile a cassa
va crop i often 20 ton. So the yield
of glucose from an acre of cassava would
be nearly ten timesgreaterthan from au
acre of corn. The quality I uerior.
A cow with two extra and useless leg
wai aliown in Wailiinton market, New
York, the other day. She eame from
Colorado, where she wa found In a herd
of cattle on the plain. The extra log
grew from the shoulder and wero
rhaped like hind !;:. The leg on the
right side, terminating in an elongated
hoof, measured 2J inches, and was at
leat tt im-hei from the ground. The
leg on the left ide measured 10 inehe,
and was aliout ft) inches from thfl
ground and evidently undeveloped.
Looking from the tail of the animal to
ward the head the spine assumed a zig
zag line, ami the buttocks were widely
iM-parnted, while the hip were unusually
I he I o-operative Colonization Socie
ty Teutonic, jut getting under way at
Kind's Mountain, X. C, present gome
new features of lmnines co-)peration.
It is, in fact, a jnint-Mork concern, in
which the members and owners receive
wg for their work, and then the prof
its in the shape of dividends. Kaeh
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iiK-iiiiier iiiKt's un aiiart-oi sun'R, ami is
given au acre of land upon which he
unlils with his own monev. lhe faiui-
lies are entirely iseparate, and there is
no religious tc-t of membership. The
busines will lie fariuing, horticulture,
and various kind of wood aianufactur
iii''. hflort are lu-ing made by spurt-men
d western Ma"..icliuetts to increase
ririil nuiltiiitv fentliered :nne in th.t si'i.
tion. A rar ago wild rice wa planted
va.s imported ami let loose. This vear
lie sHrwncn oi rspringuem are piani
ng wild celery on the rivers and jkmuI
or the quails to feed upon, and it is in
ended to restock the neighborhood of
f l!. .1.1 M .1 I .1 .1 ! -.
vc Ituiulreil quail, the tirst lot of lift v
laving already beeu received for that
Among tlie manvunexpected dexcloi)-
neiit of electrical science is an appli-
almn to ine Hiving oi bees when they
warm, Mieecsfully tried by (iermau
perimenters. lly introiliieingthecnd
t . ........ ;.......:..... :.... .. ..u
I lU l-IMIUCl llllJj MII' iulu a luiiv-oc-
upietl honeycoiuli. and turning on tho
urrent, the bees were rendered inactive
it alwmt thirty minutes, whidi admit-
i .. .t.:. i...r,. .f,.l.. l,n.,.ll.,l
o bad results appeared to follow their
A discovery of a gold-bearing quartz
CI wu. mum i.'ivuiij in in. ii.iuii. m
udlev, parish of Warrel, New South
- i 'el.. ,i ,.. ,.i u,
ilics. j in: iiej'iii i uu lib n iiiiiiv-i ii.v.t-
ceived A telegram from the warden at
ret i.iui'i . in.. . in i v ini.b .-iiin- -it
ie stone has Ix-en assayed, and yielded
tlic Tate or two ounce ni jjom to mo
. . A. I 1 . . I
n, and that tho reef had been traced
Knit a mile, bearing north and south,
imn prosjiectors have pegged tho
A correspondent at Oregon. 111., sends
r in in n. i 'i in iv i iiii i-;iini;iriT nit
il. ....i.i i:u
ally with wheat bran, repeating tho
1.... ..... .... . 1 .: : .V- !
raiHiu inw iiiiuu limes ii uie m-
t appear at diflercnt periods. Tho
r.li .1.. ........ 1. ,, il. i .
II lun .... ..v.. ..... . i, ..... w. .... i. jri.
t .I.... I !..
ii inn uiii-ii. i it nit- tie-iLi ill tii in
uhnrt limn, and lhe damairu done to
e cabbage-heath is slight.
The government of New South Wale
iiriiiiiiintTii nit- mil iriiui mill in ihii lien
i.:i.!i.i .-...I. ,.i i
ttle and sheep, fodder, nnd fitting In
that ccdony from any plnccotherthaa
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. j-Liisir.iiiiiii nun x-ii:iy zji'.ii.iiiii -jiiiiiu-
cattk) or sheen shipped prior to this
I nnen rem.trted to thn fieneral."
. . MAM(UtiAhiliinl ..K. !..! ..'ill. I lill..
n i. ...... i - - ...... ......
.1 UL..i.iiii.iT fniiniii-. ina if iiuua. i nii.-iun
ir, "that ho acted very imprudontly
constantly exposing iiimseli to the
eray'n lire without tho slightest neccs
y for so doing. 'Do you suppose'
i t in answer, 'that It l'IVOS 1110 nnv
astire to let tho Turks shoot at nioP
I go into (lunger I have good reason
1L AM y Biqu;inM-i rin - inv
iwy Biiot't-ss, und would gladly take
opportiinily pf goltiug rid tif inc. Tho
y wity.lht'rcfore, of kecj-iug my pltu-o
otiuiKO my Iroop h0 pntliusiH.'Uctuly
whci'U und miiU nu indispcnsahle;
I In uwlwr to do (Ilia I nui4 behave
h that nuiklun bruvorv H'ji c) U'lV9
. ...i ...i. ... r
ears u vwwy-flr'r HJ nw men,'"
Tho eminent physiuimi, J. Mirion buns,
M. I)., New York: -'lam convinced tliat
I'rof. Darby' I'mphylnctic Fluid is u inobt
For smnll-pox and other contagious dis
eases use Dr. Durbys prophylactic, Fluid.
I'ersiins wsiting on the sick should use it
freely. It will prevent smnll-pox-, scarlet
fever, diptlmria or any contagious disease
from spreading, and tho worst cases will
yield to its purifying and cleaning effects.
A ticene in Ireland.
Bow a Frocm-Sdrror Wai forced to Eat
At the usual fortnightly jictty session
held last week, the presiding magis
trate being Col. Stuart and .Mr. T. 11.
Wilson, tureo young men named Cor
bctt, and a man named Sena, were
charged with having murderously us
saulted a process-server named Shccdy.
Patrick Shecdy deposed that he re
sided in Currickon Suir, and was a process-server.
Thursday, 2'Jth December
last, he got a number of writs to servo
on the tenant of Mr. Scally. The writ
were for rent due. In the discharge of
that duty ho proceeded to Dallyneal,
and served -some of tho tenants with
"While you were serving those writs
did anything happen to vou?"
"I had them all served but two one
for Mrs. Shea and another. I got as far
as Shea'a house, and a I entered the
farni-hotie, Shea, the prisoner, met me.
lie said: 'Shcedy, I never thought I
would see you at thi dirty work.' "
"Did anything happen to you then?''
"Yes, I fienrdvoices in the kitchen,
and I became frightened, and turning,
ran; but before I got twenty yards I
was seized bv three or four persons, and
dragged back into the kitchen."
"Were the writ taken from you?"
"Yes." I was knocked down on tho
broad of my back, and several parties
shouted: "Shove the writ down his
"Can you say if the prisoner were
the parties who shouted: 'Shove them
down hi throat?1 "
"I wa too terrified to know who did
"Were the prisoner there at nil?"
"Yes, they were all in the kitchen."
"You say that you were knocked
down in the kitchen. When you wero
down did anything happen to you?"
"Yes." "As soon a they" shouted:
'Shove the writs 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 you swallow the writ?"
"Yes; Shea' writ"
"Did any of the prisoner take part in
"It was not they that shoved the writ
down my throat," but they assisted in
holding me while it wa being pushed
down my throat."
"Did you swallow more than ono
"I was kept down until I swallowed
"Did yen get any water to wash them
"Yes; after 1 swallowed the lirt writ
oniebody said to give me a drink of
loiling-watcr, and after that I got some
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 was over got
at suen tiirtv work it'.'iun 1 would
so ea.-ilv; and
just a I wa go
ing out of the kitchen, running, a kettle
of boiling water was thrown after me,
but it did not do me any harm."
"Had you to promise that you would
never again go writ-serving?''
"1 had." DuLlin Tunes.
Henry James, Jr.
Mr. Henry James, Jr., remains In
Poston. The three "leaders of the Bos
ton school" of novel writers Aldrich,
Howell and James did not receive a
college education. James, tho young
est, is '.VJ j ear old. He first contribut
ed to the Atlantic Monthly in bSfi.'). lie
w as then a student under the care of hi
father. He lives in bachelor lodging
and uses hi morning for writing, in
which he is. as I'oe was and llartu is,
painfully slow. He ha a habit of not
remaining long enough in good com
pany to have it become slale, but van
ishes when he is most enjoying himself.
His American friends call him "Harry
James." He has lived abroad mainly
for the sake of his health. While stout
in appearauce., he is much of aa inva
lid. About one year ago a speculator'
bought the famous natural bridge in
Virginia for 18HK). He sold it to another
party for ffi'0,000. nnd it has just been
told'agaiu for S.wtyoo.
. Heard in a Rural Village.
"What! no supper at your howe to
.light! Are you all sick ?'"' "0, no; wo
are all well, and as hungry as bears; but
you see, we have a donation party at
our minister' to-night, and wo aro
merely saving up our appetites that's
"Oh, Tat!" "What, sor?" "Did yez
ivcrsec a winter loikc this?" "Yis,
bor." "Whiu?" "Last suninier, sor."
Many Mihkiubi.k TEorbE drag them
selves about with failing strength, feeling
that they are steadily sinking Into their
graves when, by using Parker's Giqgor
Tonic, they would find a cure commencinit
with the first dose, and vitality and strength
surely coming back to them. See other
SitiLon's Vitamzeh Is what you need for
Constipation, Ime of Appetite, Dizziness
and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Prico 10
and 75 cents per bottle. Paul 0. Schuh,
Cnour, Whooimn Couon and Bronchitis
Immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 8
To all who are sintering irom tno errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, Ac, I
will send a recipe that will euro you, free
of charge. This great remedy wan discov
ered by a missionary in South America.
Send a self addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Iumnn, Btation I), New York
Whx vod WMtH with PyspppsU and
Liver Compliant? Shilnh'a Vitalizes
cuar;rjpnd to cure you. Tuul 0. Sciiuu,
A fen f. ' "
CAIRO HULLKTFN; FRIDAY MOUNINU, APRIL
Si.kki'I.ksh Nioins miidn miserable by
that tetriblu cough. Shilnh's Cure is the
remedy for you. Paul O. Schuh, Agent.' 8
Go to Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequalud. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price LI cents.
Catakhii ci'iiKn, health and sweet breath
secured by Shlloh's Catarrh Itemed. Price
25 cents. Nasal Injector free, Paul G.
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, 815 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by liarclay liros.
Kcfined and educated women will some
times buffer in silence for years from kidney
diseasi 8 or consumption and piles, which
could eusily be cured by apuckageof Kidney-Wort.
There ia hardly a woman to
be fcund that does uot Ht some time suf
fer from sonic of the discuses for which
this great remedy is a specific. It is put
up in liquid and dry forms, equally elli-
That hacking cough can be so quickly
cured by Shiloh s Cure. We guarantee it
Paul G. Schuh. Agent. 1
A Cough. Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. Aegluct frequentl 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 the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speaker 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 25 cent 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 Rheuma
tism, Nf uralj;ia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, Rupture, and many other
diseases. Illustarted pamphlets sent free.
Address Voltaic Iklt.Co., Marshall, Mich.
The Prize of Btauty
would never have been awarded to Venus
if her teeth had been yellow. Frail mortal,
unlike the deities a fable, have perishable
tooth, but these they may retain unimpaired
to an advancid aye, if they will use Sozo
dont, which keeps the teeth from impuri
ties; which ,destrny them and renders them
objects of admiration. It is pure, refresh
insr, leaves an agreeable flavor in the mouth,
and sweetens the breath.
Indian Blood Syrup.
Uvspt'iiMa. Liver Pis-
Mil ..... 1'.....,U..,.
iicsh, Nervous Debility
THE HKHT REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN I
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
Thl Svrnp poeen varied proper Mr: H atini
nlatea the ptyallne In the aallra, which converts
the atarch and euitnr of tho food Into i-lucoae. A
deficiency In plyaope cauua wind and aouring ol
the food In the utomnch. If the mertlclna jh,ii
immediately after eating, the furineutatluu ol find
It acts uxn the Kidneys,
It Regulates tile Bo well,
It Purities the Ulond.,
It Quiet tli Nervnns System,
It I'rnnintes Digestion,
It Nourishes, ftrenctliens and Invlfterates,
It Carries off the Old Illood anil make New,
It Open the Teres of the Skin and Induce
It rentrnllte tho hereditary taint, or pnlaon in
the blood, which itwu-rali's Scrofula, Kryalpelaa.
and sll tnamiur of Hklu Dlaeaaea and Internal hu
mora, There are no spirit employed In ita nianufactnra
and It tan liu tnkeu by the most delicate babe, or by
the agtd and feeble., care only being required In at
tentli u tudlrucl.oua.
Galva, Ilenry County, Ilia.
I waaanfferlns from Sick Headache and IiBal
Due ao that I cuulil not attend tomy honaebnlri do.
ties, and a ehort trial of Dr. (.'lurk Johuaou'a Indi
an bioou syrup vnuciuiiuy cured me.
MKS IIKLUN KLKINB.
Waterman Station, DeKallt Co., Ilia.
This la to certify that Dr Clnrk Jnhtiaon' Indian
Blond Svrtip haa cured me of l'nln in the Hark. It
ia a vaiuaoie medicine. juts WOOD,
Centra Hill, White, Co., Ark.
Tblalitorerilrythat I waa afflicted with Palpi
tatton of the Heart for many years I tried diner
ent doctors, whore proscription tended more to
wenkun mo than they did to utrvnirlbnn, I at last
rea I veil to try Dr. Clark Jolttiaun's Indian Illood
nyiup, wnii-.n proved to no a poauivu cure not on'
ly curing the lluart Dlnoaae, but alio a Hick Head
ach which bad beeu Irnuhllnir mn,
' MKS MAItY A. NKAL.
I waa afflicted with Llyor Complaint and Dyapnp
ala and failed to vet relief, alt tionch ualnir mudl
clnea fruni our heat dortora I commenced tnOng
it. .niniiiou a muian Illnod MvriitMinilaaliort trial
cureu m, T..W . KiaiKU, Molluc, 111.
This torlldei that Dr. Clark Johnaon' Indian
mood H.vrup h emiclually cured mo of Dyapepala,
Too much cannot be aald In pralaii o1' It.
W. K. WlMMh.lt, lledlord, Mo.
A vent wanted for t bo sale nf the Indian Illood
Syrup in every town or villuno. In which I have no
ageui. particulars Kiveo ou appucattou.
DHUOOI8T8 BELL IT,
Labratery 77 Weat 8d it., N. T. City.
rlf. tllti rfv
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life Inmrance Company
IN THE WOULD.
it alone lianci
ftiptilntlne thnt the contract of tninrance "ahall
Lot bo diao'Jtcd" after It la three year old,
and th.it inch policlc ahall be
on receipt of latlsfactory proofi of death.
its policy it clear and concise, and contains
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N. B.-READ YOUR POLICIES. Compare the
fhort and lnilo form u.ert by Ihu Knultahle wlih
the long and obveure contracta loaded dowu with
technicalities leaned by other companieal
Its CASH RETURNS
tojiolicy holders are
N. It. Sec the many letter from policy holder.
exiirnilrtK their erati4caiion with tho returns from
their losriKK Sivisiis t isu roLiiiss.
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Sccnrely Invei-ted, nearly
E. A. BURNETT. Aent.
Office, corner lith and Waablngton.
November ii, lWl. ni:ldw
Ml'Tl'AL AID SOCim,
A SCHSTITl'TE F0K LIFE ISSUE
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
OrgnnlredJulv 14th, 11177, tndrr the Laws o
the state of Ulinoia. Copyrighted Julv
0, 11177, Under Act of Congrt is.
P. (. HCHCn rrealdent
C. T. ht'DI) Vice Cn-aident
J. A, (iOI.DSTINK Treaauror
J. J.OoltDuN Medical Adviaer
THOMAS I.RWIH Mecretar
J011NC. WlllTK Aaalatant becrvtary
J. 8. McOAHEY.
William Htratton.ofBlrnttnn it Itlrd, whnluaalo
Krocera; I'aul O. Hchnb, wboluaal.and retail dma
Slat ; lluaeu Lrlithton, couimla alou merchant; Ja.
. McOahey. Iiiinlier dealer; J. J. Gordon, phy
Iclau ; J, A. Uoldatlne, of Oolilatlnu ft Itoaenwater,
wluileaale ami retail drv gooila, etc; Wm,, Pitch
er, Rcni-rul aucnt; llonrv U. Killa, city printer and
book binder; Chualey Ilaynua, Cooper; Jno, C.
While, aaalatnnt accrtiiary and aullcltori Albort
I.ewla, dealer In fnur and (rriiln; K, Droaa, proat
dunt Alexander County Hank ; U. W. Ileiidrlcka,
cuntrar.lor and builder; Cvrni ("lore,, general
Knt;Tliomaa Lewla, aecretiiry ,nnd nttiirnov at
law; I..B, Thomiia. broom tniiiiuiaciiiri-r: W, K
Huaaul, cotiimelot and I nllder; O. T, Hudd
asent C. Ht. I, A N. O. nillaoiul ;.Mcn l'hillipa.ciir
lenter; ll.A.C'liiiuililey, conlriicto.-, Cairo, Ilia..
Itov. ,1. Spencer, civrcvmaii.Kt Leiila, Mo. J. H,
llethuiiu, cln-ull clerk, Miaalaelppl county, Cliarloa
ton, Mo.; J. U Moore , lauvor, Commerce, Mo.'
D. Blimletarv. pbvalclan, ArlliKtun, Ky. J. W.
Tarry. I'livaluiau, Viillon, Kv.; Win. U.iau, furmur,
Mnrrv, Kv.A. htelubncli, uianuiarlurur of lad
dlurv. KvaiiavllUi, lnd.;lko Audnraoii, aoorelary
to auperlnlundent C. Ht. L. A N O. rallrond, Jaek
aon. Tuuu.l J. 8. Hobvrtdon. tihvalclan. Whlto-
i , ii-hniiiaa A. Oaliorn, harneaa maker.
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KMMIMlllH stCi r.SH. hhimr Vfis a month
pctnnn l hK.-ivjifliiir. t" Kaetnrv'wmkiliif t V and
l.y 3M Mimn'a K.-'.-trl.: l.iiiliU ut KKiHT to till order.
ff1 1'rli-,., IIiitiiI, li.vpred on boiml Cf-tf
- tur.bvre.M.H,.', Ilout. Aeunly WlU
tft'rrm9ra''tftr-nffi'itKihfirtffmOjni oni I mil
;..,, , niui.id. ti'H"H;H i..,.u, notluiitf enn l.i-f;dttT
I omrniidciionfiie (tie liitriiineiii. UtiveN. V. l ilv,
IWi .'lay or Cliiktopberf-u I'll ri. ;.. K .H m m. ur I p. rii.
(r:nv, ( xeiirnl.iu onlv M. l nvo V aalunlon nt I or
:J tn.arnt inorniA. V. ntS:iiiiir.i. in. muii. Mnytf.n
inuti'H f mm 0!iii iit-o. Iiii hiiinncl, I'hifa., Jlostiiri; Ac . eu
''ll.'att'-ExeiiM..ti ilui.l.'t in ii)iii'.")t .ujloi.i.l to iiy
f y;im. r you i l-iiyi ri.iiniiinvuuy. yuu nre Mi'lioiue.
) rvo i'oafh V It h poll) i iiltt-mliintN utretMnll I rnliiL
Cil:er(irtfniMi':t. (ho. s.'i up. l1uiiol-rt.w lo kiku
lip.iilllln.tmlH' I Mliil.tirui' (rv, AildrvM or call UnjIi
liilli.- V, EEATTT, Washington, Now Jers-J
MI MM. til l lUKIMtl) -(iMIviifHll
WORTH SENDING FOR.
Dr J. II. KCHESCK, of Philadelphia, haa Jnct puV
lnhod a book on "DHeiaen of the Inline ami how
theyenubo cured," which la offered free, postpaid
to all applicatita. It cuu'nina vnlit ililo InforiiiRtlon
for all who auppoae iluhvi'lvca afflicted with, or
liable to. any illietinea of the itrcnt or lun(a. Ad
dreaa Dlt. J. H. 8CIIEXCK A bON", 0.0 Arch
ttreet.l'hlladelphltl. V. O. Box M,'l.
I TT) TO IMl'liOVED HOOT 1SHKK. 2',C
fllllliO mcnai;e mnkea 5 pallona nf a doli
ciotia, whokrome. apnrklini; temperance hev
eriiiio. Ark your drtwtto't, or eeni by mall for -i'c.
C. Ji. HIKES, 18 .. Deln. Ave., l'hllnda.
tlm A uthnr. A ui. and er.)i.t Mi
teal Work.w.rrnDUd tho lioat and
Cheatmtt, indiaimn-HaUI. Ui m-rf
mnn,pnUlMl "UiHeienrnf j
or,Mf-lmamTaiina j" bmmd in
fln.Mt Kn-nch mu.lin,amh.iaiMt.
full ciltlio tin.coDUins iMnnlilnl
aiml m.-raTHura, 135 piw.eriu.
Iiona, price only If 1 36 .nl Ly
a.nd now.Aildmna Pnsbmly M1.
rWflW TTJV?n V Inntau.nr Dr. W. H. HAIl.
Kl'.n. No 4 liumiicb st. llostun.
H 0 T r C E.
Ilivvin? a larae stock of Instrument
on hand, and hcliijr about to place some
now styles upon th market, we pro
pose to offer the balance of our present
Ktoi'k of low-priced Organs at a consid
erable reduction FOR CASH until
Dealers about purchasing: for Spring;
Trade will do well to write us for
GEO. "WOODS & CO.
CAMBRIDOErORT, MASS. '
8'lAPer wenk can bo made In any locality.
'Wsomotblnff. entirely new lor ai'i-utM. 5 outdt
fruo. U. W. IN OKA 11 AM oY CO., lloaton, Maca-
af"l .Tlia Mutt Fniiml M
I lflrflTull t.lliiiirnlUrruui..T
. .Ti iiyqwii.ninuri:.i-iun
f VUlUwIIV C....N. Y..onw..lll..
. All farmers, mouicrs, iiiitiiuc.s oion, lucvoan
ics, E:c, who nre tirnd out by work or worry, and'
'-II ...l. flHiNiiuM.I.U uitk OvNiirn.ii. khi.imi,L
ail wiiw "w ...;... ....... r-i
xf 1:.. IU.....I V .InMi m t i,..f-nM
f plaints, yon can bcifviif'ratnl and cured liyiiiiui.'
K viul ut w i.tinif flwuv Willi LiJIlMlinblkilU. jLu-.
f sipstion or any we.iknras, jnu will fnvl 1'arlfnrV
lCinrTonii) tlio trcatnst I'.lood l'ertilucrandllie;
andfaraupctiorto r.ittcraanri other lomcs, na it
t builds tin ihu avstrm, but never intoxicates. ui
o.iu i.l, BiiiiTiur .u , ... - ......... . J
frt. and, t sires. Hi-.r" R Co,,Cne:
mists, N. V
rt . .
I nilCnmOM lintin ir
,u,hiuivi( illlllUll I I,
.iieiimu.a. conaumption and all dlieaae ofth
IIiw alwaya been one of I he met Important
weapoua wielded by the medical faculty
aL'iiiiiHt the encroachment of t'ouha, Colda,
llronchltia. Aathma. Wore Throat. Conaump
tiiinin Ita lncipieui and advanced aiavea. and
aa In Kffl Tol a, 'itockaud' k""
toLlc to bulld'np ,h
FOR, FAMILY T'SP PTrTPR.li nn a.
wu,Ku ' me oniv mt-d calcd art cle mado
annum Voit-paUl , fllnyle A'oa. H0 et$.
No. 2 (New Scries) Contains
I'd be a nuttcrtlv Sontr Rlcharda. t xt '
Oil, (ienlle llird Tenur Song ... llcuuetU, 4a
1 ne husiic leaves luet ,.willtama.
The Chapel Kem. or mix. voicca.Kreurxcr.
Three f ishers (J:inrtet IlullaJi,
Sriarkllnif Ileautv Waltt Darker.
Picture Curds Rliiette Itulircaa.
Hm-carclo March Kour Hands ... Dressier.
Chiming Dells i'ulka...... .H.iphaelaon.
f .,l.i r.imnw Ii,, ,U VJ f, VhIi,i,i oi- Flllll...l
MK'tiivm.M.fn Fool lliii..frMht ft, How, at
Cm i ANI K t-111 HI SI! I 'imirniHl)
r.Z I l.? :, I r ' trr- ie w mv-;,;'
wif'..i i-. ii. ii i luiuiorueix.
P27''elee. Ttoxr.1. nellveerd n hn.rd pvIA
irarteeor.e.yenf"t..pTni, nre net .nlt-flrd retnr.
Vrgmi, Pr,piy ri-uaa luuney ullh lnuic.1
r," J"" V.-01"" "".'"ny. uii nit. wt. 4 "ZlZf
llh .lll. i.iln.1. ,,. ll inlir OlliJ
K-nn. fit, ii. I m i i, n,..rt. . iu " "tm.
X T MiuutiKl lllutlrutull ataloyut frr4.
Plearo Aildrcsa or call upon
VAMLl P. BEATIT, WashinCton, lav J.neJ-
OF ST. LOUIS, MO.
Which were totally destroyed by Ire on May
and September 21, ltnl,
A It E REBUILT
OrdoT arerollcltod for
Strictly Puru Whito Lend and Hod Lend,
Cold-l'rt ssctl ami Tiiio Dark Castor
Oil, Kuwand Double Boilod
Lin send Oil.
T 0 1! AC CO.
Thiafleciintartlelwof CHRWIXfl TOHACCO
ia now nn the market. Auk your denier for It,
Muniltiictltred bv C. A. JACKSON & CO.
YftlTNfi MVK IfynwtnlcamTe!e(rra.
v w -. - -- pny in a wi nunui, ana e
certain of a situation, uddrcM Valentin Druthers,
Janeavlllo, Wte. ,
A DVKKTISEKS1 aenirforonrHnlect Llat of la
ical Newapaern. lieo. y. RowellalCo.. 10
Pprnct itrn t, X. Y.
Forry.sievrittli reaaou of tha old roltabla OiU
Xnao I'llta" Hepiinitora, tha only flrat-claaa
pron M aotiino now in tlm marloit adapted for laont
oraiunll Johs. horHnoratoiitupowori thauatv Aprrm
Moclilna thntllirrvJlwauil t-.iwluaaiJJ trot..
prrrmh. "t'hlrnain Pitta'' Doubl Pinion
A pi-ououiieed NiimMi1n IW1 itohif tmi.Attt. '
tH ia.it tlmnml tliriWiop in .wiln fl .ii.r.LtMM.
tf'K..l.t ..... - . .. ..... nl ..' . ""l"
tiu.,i.jti'.Li.iiia . . j
aliiiplent and imwt diimlilo liiaehliie In the market
ClitllNCil ''.'" Trantion. Alawj
alVUIIl iaV oHyiiotHKtiliiKtvA Watat1
tube Holler, Will anvo their coxt lu fuel alone.
H. A. PITTS' SONS MFC. CO. '
7nUC.Jnororrt. CHICAGO, Ih1&
'inn ' riu.iiy inn ii.Miiaiiii. inier enny,