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THE aURO BULLETIN,
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
Term ot Hu psori ptlon.
Dally on cyar by carrier U 01
'ally, one year i y Wail $1'J 00
liily.otii) mouth , I )
Weekly, one year M a
Wuelv. (i nwilth 1 00
ttrOub of Ave or more for Weekly liulluliu l
one lima, per your, ft Ml
INVAIIlAUI.tr IN AOVAHCE.
All CommuuicaUona auuuld "'llri'4 to
K. A. llt'HNKTT,
Publisher and I'mirletiir.
It in Iwoniiri;; i(iiul:r in San I'ran
isri to t-all iMjya ivlm r.i'' nutiicd iiftcf
tlit ir fatiVrri ly miIiio foreign vu iilcnt.
l'or iiiMitii'c, nf Sffpht'ti, Ktirinic;" fur
JmIhi, the Kn-Man Ivan;" Jtalh be
comes Kamil,'' 'J'liix may 1m un ini
li'itvciut'iit on the sitri!ii'ts "Ki:;,Jolin,"
"llltll! .Itjl." ; -.r,.," uml
"Vouii (ii'(ji:.'i," no often ' si-rcaini'il
.lliiouii the Iuiim' in nimni-nts when it
is iu'1'c.v.iiry to (lislin'iiisli (iiickly l'-tw-cn
iwr-otis licariii tlic sunns narms
but it, iiwcv'r!inijiIitM a lack "f Anj;l
Saxon iinlcpciiilcin.'c, to iiilrndurc tlio
naniM of other latiuajrits intfl liotws
wIhto KnjjlMi is t he iikjIIht tongue.
Fahim iioy considers nk-knanieji rub
gar. (Jills are k'injj sulijecled to estiVt
i cxpt'rinicnt.s in the niatttT of namea.
(ilmlvs, AUiniir, Ottaliu, Lois, Ketm,
Vali-rie, are ftmong-t lm latest fashions,
nnd many stately, half-forgotten it-ruin-ims;
Kdwina, Cy rents Jacqueline, Dor
othea, Theodora and Vida (feininino of
David) are U'ing revived; besides other
eeeentric names hunted up by people
who care more for singularity 'than eu
phony. Of these crudities none seem
more abominable than Mnriyah, the Mos
lem Turkish form of the Christian name
fl Mary. The custom of giving girls a
middle baptismal name is now a thing
of the p'ist. Fashionable mothers ex
peet that all their daughter, as soon
M they are through M-liool, will choose A
new linal name and take the family sur
name as a midli mime. A good" story
is being told of the wife of one of the
aristocratic I .zap I family of lioston a
lady who lxiaLs in her own right of a
grea deal of blue blood. She was Hnx
ions that her children should have the
tli-tii)gui'.hed names of families with
which she was connected, and decided
to name her daughter Anna (iwathniey,
after tin nmil contemporaneous with
home great-great-grandfather. Some of
lier friends remonstrated that Anne Iz
zard wuj an awkward combination, but
with no effect. After the christening
the lady w as delighted in ;r daughter's
liigh-si .uniting mm le, until one morning
n silver mug arrived covered with re
pousse work, except a small plate in the.
center, on w hich was iiiseribeu in crowd--d
letters. "A. (J. l.zarJ." San l'rai
Eemn(lic8 Worth Tryicj.
The Pari rorri'-pnndent of a I'oston
ymper, r f.Ti in to his recovery from a
i!:iiiiT(iii iilnt'-'. sa:
I mention this illm s? that I may tell
you how ea-ilv I w. . cured. I was bent
!' tilde, 1 eon! I H"'. tjn-atbe. My phy
sician orb-red me to take a llat-inni and
boat it as hot as I could bean put a
double fold of llar-.twl on the painful
part, an l move the iron to and fro on
the liaiinel. I whs cured as by enchant
incut. My doctor told me some time
since a prof-sor in one of our colleges,
nfter suffering some das with neural
gia in the head, which he himself had
tried to cure, sent for the former, who
prescriU'd a hot llat-iron. The next
time the doctor saw the professor, the
latter exclaimed with mock anger,
"I really shall not pay you any fee!
What! I had no sooner applied the heat
fd iron to in v head than instantly all
pain vanished! Xbat is as simple us
good-day; surely you cannot expect a
lee for so simple a service!''
My physician was summoned recent
ly to the bedside of a woman who had
neuralgia in both sides, and so violently
that she alarmed the whole neighbor
hood by the screams which her intolera
ble anguish w rung from her. She was
taken from her bed and borne near tho
fire. In such severe caes a heated iron
is not energetic enough. Ho has an
iron rod fastened in an ivory handle,
lie hcat.s this rod to white heat (which
raufes less pain than red beat) and ap
plies it very slightly to the seat iif. pain,
lirst in longitudinal, then in latitudinal
lines. The application is so light that
no trace is left but red lines on the "pi
dcrmis, which arc soon effaced. In
twenty minutes the woman w alked back
to ImuI, and the third day afterward
quitted it, entirely freed from neuralgia.
This instrument is not to tie entrusted
to awkward hands. Three weeks ago
ono of our brilliant artists was invited to
shoot by the owner of a chateau in.
whose grounds there are wild fowl in
abundance. Ho woke, the morning af
ter arriving at this gentleman's house,
with sciatica in Ids right thigh. Tho
nearest doctor was sent for. He said he
could do nothing which would give the
patient immediate relief. The artist is
a patient of my physician and told tho
doctor what to do. The latter declined
taking tho responsibility of any such
violent trcntment The artist insisted,
however, and tho doctor applied an iron
rod heated Uvwhitc heat, but so awk
wardly that the patient ha.s scars tho
size oi x live franc piece on his thigh.
He was nevertheless cured, and enjoved
ii week sport without another twitch
A Hies Dish,
A moe.cVwh for supper is made of
sweet or Irish potatoes, w hich have been
left from dinner (cither baked or boiled).
Slice theiii, ilmf uol in very thin slices,
lay ki u linking tiuor pudding dish, and
cover .ncli htyrr with lumps of butter
and with pepper mid salt. If you like
the llavor vt pork, jmi two or three thin
. ' ;es bf sail, pork u ,the top. Dake for
Imlfiui hour. Ua.v potatoes mav bo
prepared in the same way, hvl will re
iiire ti longer time, to luiku them. To
give an excellent llavor to xvarmed ovor
potatoes, take noiue of the fat; that you
vut fritn slices of beefsteak., fry in the
pun till yon have tw much iv you uecd,
then Like out t he scraps and put Ju the
potatoes. Tliim is belter tli:ui butter.
Tim world is all u Heeling show, we
fay, but somehow wo wont ,to jmo the
Shaw ft little lougtt.
A Violin from Won! That Grew Befora
JfcnnT. Cain, a violinist of some not(
in Indiana, hits recently conio into pos
session of iv violin made of wood that
grew before tho flood. Some forty years
ligo workmen engaged in digging a mill
race through the farm owned by Daniel
1J. Dulla, discovered at a depth of six
or eight feet beneath tho surface tho
trunk of a tree in a good state of prcser.
vation. (ieologist.s say that tho wood h
many thousatiityears old. Recently the
wood was take'n to A. 1$. Clark, who
was engaged in repairing a Cremona
that was captured in the siege of Mexico.
Clark made models of the old Cremona,
and in the course of three months had
given the finishing touches to the new
violin. The belly was of the old antedi
luvian wood, and the back and neck ol
wavy maple, cut in 1'cntisylvnnia fifty
years ago, and rafted down tho Ohio to
Cincinnati, and carried on to Dayton foi
an old cabinet maker, who was nevei
able to use it. The figure of the old in
strument was followed exactly, and when
the new one was finished, it wan an ex
act fac-simile of thoso built by Stradi
varius. When the bow was drawn across
it tho two connoisseurs went into ecsta
tic of delight. The glue was barely set,
and the varnish was still green, but there
was an absence of the thick, raw quality
that marks a new violin. llichmond
The broker. 'or oj nti t!c rhangc, at
Paris, are limited by law to sixty, and
each member pays a caution money of
f.W.OOO, while the protits are so large
that the sats sell at from .1W,hkj to
l-'.iuO.Ot.W. The fi'jrul.i dr rhuuijc are said
to have made during the past year ten
million dollars in commissions.
The eminent physician, J. Marion SimH,
M. 1)., New York: 'Iain convinced that
1'rof. 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, dipthoria or any contagious disease
from spreading, and the worst cafes will
yield to its purifying and cleaning effects.
Sleepless m;ht made miserable by
that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the
remedy for vou. Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 3
Goto Paul 0. 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
nnd German. Price l' cents.
"Ftr son;!), carrlifi mv off,
Aad then a toillu tbi-y car.-ic.l me off In!"
Tin's will not be your Hpish if you take
your ceti''h and Dr. It. V. Pierce's "fjyld -n
Medical Discovery" in nine. It is speciiic
(or weak lunL's, fplitting of blool, night
sweats, nd the early stages of consump
tion, liy nil druggists.
Made fkom Harmless Materials, and
adapted to the needs of fading and falling
hair, Parker's Hair Balaam has taken the
first rank as aD elegant and reliable hair
('ATAintn ci'KKii, health and sweet breath
secured by Shiloh's C'ttarrh Itemed. Price
21 cents. Nasal Iujector free. Paul G.
Schuli, Agent. 4
Manv MisKitAitLK I'Kuri.E drag them
selves about with failing strength, feeling
that they are steadily sinking into their
craves when, by using Parker's Ginger
Tonic, they wvuld find a cure commencing
with the first dove, and vitality and strength
surely coming back to them. Sue other
Siuloh's ViTAi.irf.n is what you need for
Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness
and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10
and 73 cents per bottle. Paul G. Sohuh,
Choi p, WhooHno CkU(!ii and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure.
Putil G. Schuh, Agent. 8
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, Ac, I
will send a recipe that will cure vou, free
of charge. This great remedy was discov
ered by a missionary in South America.
Send a self addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Intnan, Station D, New York
Will vou pikkek with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vitalizer's
guaranteed to cure you. Paul 0. Schuh,
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervouB debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. 1. 5 for All
druggists. Bend for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 815 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Itcfined 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
bo found that does not at somo time suf
fer from some of the diseases for which
this great remedy is a specific. It is put
up iu liquid and dry forms, equally ctti
cicnt. That hacking cough can bo so quickly
cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it
Paul G. Schuh. Agent. 1
Mothei-8 ! Mothers;!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffurlng and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth J If so, go at once nnd get a bottle of
Mrs. WuibIow'b Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the isnir little sufferer immediately
depend ujwia it; thuro is no mistake
about it. There U out a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will uot tell you
at once that it will regulate tho bowels,
and give rest to the mother, nnd relief and
health to the child, operating lilto magic.
It is perfectly Haf'o to use in all cases., iwd
pleasant to thu taste, and is due prescrip
tion of otto of the oldest and best fctnalo
physicians and nurses iu tho United States.
Sold everywhere. 23 cuuti a bottio.
CAIRO IWI.LlfflN: SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL
On Thirty Day' Trial.
Wo will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Belts nnd other tflcctric Appli
ances on trial for HQ days to young men
and other persons afllicted 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. Illustarted pamphlets sent free.
Address Voltaic Belt.Co.. Marshall, Mich.
The Prize of Beauty
w;mld never havo been awarded to Venus
if her teeth had been yellow. Frail mortal,
unlike tho deities a fable, have perishable
tneth, 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.
DR. OLA1 IK
Indian Blood Syrup.
bvtptpMa. Liver Dl
f Re. Fever and Akim
eari lMsfimr. milium-
new, .Vrrvoui Debility
TI1K BEST REMEDY KSOW.V TO MAN 1
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
Thl Svrnp poaawMea Tarlel proprrttPt: H stlm
nlat the ptyallr.e in the falha, which converta
the ptarch and engar of the food Into glucnin. A
drflcluBrjr in ptyaline cane wind andMjuring ol
the fond in the eliimach. If Ibe aiedlcl a w.an
Immediately after eating, the fermentation ol fotd
It arts npon ths Liver.i
It arts upon the Kidneys,
It Kejulates the Bowels,
It Purities tlie BliMd.
It Quiets the rvmn Syitera.
It PrnnMitri I)p;etion,
It Nourishes, Streiijrthfni and InvlftoraU1!,
It Carries oft" the Old Blood and makes New,
It Opens the Porri of the fUn and Induces
It rentral:.''S the hereditary taint, or poton in
the bloml, whi:b gcneraiet Ncrofula, Erveluelaa.
and all inanrier of hkn JJieacej and Inierual hu
mor. There are no epirlta employed to lt mannfacttre
and It cau lie taken by the moet di-llcate babe. or by
the eii' tt atid feeble, care only bellig required in at
teuti n to directions.
Galva, rienry Conaty, Ills.
I waf a(Tcr)ne from Sick Headache and D'zl
nee eo thai I could not attend touiy bouM-hold da
tie, and a ehort trial of Dr. cbrk Johnson's Icdl
au Uioud Syrup etTcctuallv cured me,
MRS HELEN' ELKIN8.
Waterman Station, DeKalb Co., Ilia.
Thlf I to certify inat Dr Clark Juhnton'i Indian
Wood Syrup ha curei me of Pain In the Hark. It
I a valuable medicine, Ml(i WOOD.
Centre mil. White Co., Ark.
Thl 'i to certify that I waa afflicted with Palpt.
tatlun of the Heart far many yean I tried differ
ent doctor. whne precripliin tended more to
weaken uic than they did lo trcmrtben. 1 a lat
n Ived to try Dr. I'lork Johneoti'a Indian Hi nod
Sytnp. which proved to be a positive cure not on
ly eurtric the Il art Dli-eae, but ao a fcick Dead
ach which bad been IroubHntr me.
MK8 M AltT A. N JIAL.
I wa afflicted with LWer Complaint and Dyipcp
la and failed to eet relief, althoneh nlnemudl
cine from our het doctor I commenced nln(
Dr. ,fobnon'l Indian lllood Svrnp. andarhort trial
cured me. T. W. HlSlNG. Moline, 111.
Thf rertlflei that Dr. Clark Johnton'a Indian
Blood Syrup hi erTectually cured me of Dytpopela.
Too touch cannot be ald In pralaeof It.
W. K. WlMMtR, Bedford, Mo.
Agents wanted for the rale of the Indian Blood
Symp iu every town or villii;e, In which I have no
aijec t. Particulars Klvcn ou application.
DRUGGISTS SELL IT.
Ubratory V Waal Sd it.. N.T. City.
State of Illlnoii. I Circuit court of Aleian
County of Alexander ( der county. t
December Special Term, A. D. lstl.
James 1. Muicahey.
Ambroia Elklni, Debtha Elkina and Georfe
Bill In Chancery to Foreeloae Morteaae.
Pub ic notlre I hereby clvcn, that. In i-umnance
of a decree made and entered by aid court la
the above entitled cause, on the S'h day of Decem
ber, A. D. issj, I Alexander II. Irvln, mauler lo
chancery of the raid circuit rotirt will,
on Tuenilav, the eecond dav of May ISsi, at the,
hour of 11 o'clock Iu the forenoon, at the outh
westerly door of the court houne, In the city of
Cairo, connir of Alexander and Stato of Illlno,
e!l at public auction, to the hlhi't bidder, for
cah, all and lingular, thu following derrlbed
premieii and reul ei-tale In ald decree mentioned,
eltuate In tbe connty of Alexander and Mate of
Illinois, or omuch thereof a bull be infHrlent to
aify aaid decree, to-wlt: 'Hrt of the onth
balfof the mrthwet quarter of pee lion Five (5t In
townehlp sixP-en (11) outh, and In rar.R Two (3)
we, t of of tho third principle mend an containing
forty-flvo and flftv, ono hundredth acres, more or
Dated April 8th,lK8i.
ALEX. It. IUVIN.
Master In Chancery of tho Circuit Conrt of Alex
David T. Li stun, Complainant's Solicitor
CrT Ci.rhr's Orwcf, I
Caiiio, lit... Mar. 17lh, 1SHJ. I
Public notice la hereby civen that ouTuuaday the
lftth day of April A. I). ISSi, a general election will
be held In thu cltr of Cairo, county of Alexander,
stateof Illinois, fur the election of one alderman
for the reuuiar term of two years from eacb of the
live wa di of the city,
Kor the purtioao of ald election poles will be
opencaattne toiiowing namea place, vis:
In the First ward nt the pollre
n nollre headnuarter in
rear ol Sir,
arol .Mr, Kosa w hit
Kiisa Whltu'i building corner of Hlxih
street and Ohio Itvec.
In the Second ward at tho engine home of the
Rough and Heady Are company.
in tno Third ward at the
e engine noti ol toe
Htnernlan Art company.
In the Fourth ward, nt the Conrt House
And In the l'lftli ward, atthuupgUie home of the
Anchor flru company.
Hald election will bn open at eight o'clock In the
morning, and cotitlnuo open until (even o'clock In
Uwuf;ruouu of iiimo day.
j), J, FOLKi,
Si? 7 iff
13 5 tm 'Jf ill
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED,
A vlutlni.of youthful IninmdetiM cii'imiig Prema
kira Deeay, hervont Debility, Lost Matihoc-1, eu
baritia tcjtd In vain every known rmuoily, has
eovrnd a simple aell etiN, which be wlU send FltKlf
h hit fellow-miQerara, addmai J, U. IUEVI
lUathaui bt a. , r
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life Ininrance Company
IN THE WOULD.
It alone liiuce
stipulating thai the contract of Ininrance "ahall
Lot be dlap'jted" after It la three yean old,
and that inch policiei ihall be
on receipt of tatlifactory proofs of death.
IU policy li clear and conclie, aad contains
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
B.-RFAD YOUR POMCIrX Compare the
ihort and simple form need by the Bouitable with
the long and obscure contract loaded down with
tecnuii amies issued by other companieit
Its CASH RETURNS
to poller bolder! are
N. B. Sec the many letter! from policy holder
exprsislng their gratifltattoa with tbe returns from
their loxnsi bjivi.sua Fund I'ouciaa.
li-cause of its
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely Inve, nearly
E. A. BURNETT. Agent.
Ofllce. corner 12th and Waihlngtoi.
Novembers, issi. m3dw
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOB LIFK ISSUE
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Orcanlted Jnlr 14th, 1877, Under tbe Lawi
the State of Illinois. Copvrlthted Jolr
9, 1077, Under Actof Conptu.
P. O. 8Cnrn Preildenl
U.T. hl'DD M..VIce Pre.ioeot
J. A. UOI.D8TIKB Treamrur
4. J. 00 H DON m. Medical Adviser
THOMAS LKWIS Becretar-
JOUN C. W11ITB H..m.Anlitant Secretary
J. 8. McOAUKY.
HOARD OF MAN AO Kit 8!
William Mtratton, of titration A Bird, wanleiale
groiers; ram w, Wchub, wholesaleanrl retail druic
elft: llar.cn LrlKhton, commlislnn merchant; Jai
S. McOahey, Ittmhur dealer: J, J. Gordon. nhv
Irian; J. A. Ouldstlne, ofOotdetlne A Koienwater,
wDoiu.Hiv tua ruutu ory gmxt, etc; wni.r. 1'itch
cr. treueral aitent; Hunry H. Kill, elty printer and
hook bludirt t.'heiley Ilavnu, Coouert J no. O.
Wil e, .altant aucretary and solicitor: Albert
i.ewm, ueaierlti Cournnd irrnlnj IT. Urns, tiresl
dent Aluxiindcr County Hank; O. W. leudrlcks
ciititnictor and bnildcri Cymi Cloeo. treuural
i;eni; iiioma i.ewl, ecntary and attorney at
law; L. 8, Thomas, broom mamiteuturur: W. V
Ktisaul, coniraitor nnd builder; (!. T, Kttdd
iKont O. St. L, AN. O. rallaond;MoMH Plillltps.rar
uenter; H. A. Chnmliley, contractor. Cairo, ill.
Hev. J. spencer, clerKvnmn.Nt Iuli, Wo. i .1. H,
i!thinie, clretilt clerk, Ml ilsslppl county, Charlei
ton, M ! J. H Moore , lawvnr, Comnierco, Mo,1
T). HiUfletarv. tibvslelan. Arlington. Kv.t J. W
Tarry, plivalclan, Kulton, Kv. Win. Ityan, farmer
ftl.i.BU KU . A U...l..,..t. ........I. ......... -. .1
j.1 ui I ,, rt, o.uiiiiiibi li, iiinililiKrilirur Ul Htl
dlerv, Eviinsvllle, lnd,lke Andenou, locmUrv
to superltiti'iident C. Ht. I,. A N O. railroad. .Wk.
son, Tuna. J. H. Itoburtaon, pbvalolon, Wbtto
vlllo, Ten u. Th'imai A. Oaborn, birneii maker
nnllvar.Tnnn , U'm. I.. W.lk.r ttfii.i. .f
::: ; . .v:,,:. -.
0?er 2,000,000 Bottles Consumed Annually,
Ida, lore throat, bronchltti, asthma, pneumonia, consumption and all
throat, chest end lungl.
Balsam of Toln
bnt It ba. never been ., .dv.n.ageoit.ly componnded
Wa TriV,PAVPABI rSh,ZdE BOJTLFS FOR FAMILY USE, PRICE $1.003
the genuine haaa private die proprietary stampon each bottle miuicawu aruciu maue-
The TOLU, HOCK and It YE CO., Proprietors,' 41 River atrait, Chicago, 111.
Sold by Drtjooistb, Grocers and Dkai.krs Everywiikre.
ublihd Monthly, IYie $3.00 per
No. 1 (New Series) Contains
afreby the River Sonjf ACho Dnlfuss.
r the Sea Soil A Clio J. M. North,
uihT'hee.My llabv Ilichardi.
Ye Litle flirdt Quartet..
The Lovrra" Farewell Quartet
Dricht Kvea WalU
Queen of He:lru Gavntte
Heel and Toe Galop four Hand. fleif!ier,
New Year.' Grcetinir 1'olka Eisenborn,
Ton Steuben's Grand March Dressier.
27 Stops. 10 Sets Reeds $90
IlfTjS UKETIIOVEJl nraaeontalnainrtiitFta
floM.0 tWiinni Hrvtif, T MltPK, Wnlnut or FJniiltm
Ca, aOti,MAl Foi riM-.l rrlfht IV-llm...
apr nKu. UuipStAijMil'orketfqrMukic, Handln and
ItolliTa for inoinWueotty, Pnnt Rtiip Action, a
r MORMOI M ft R. fik.ov(T Kini month,
d.m.iHl i,rrin(r. ?r f'aetury'wortlnir PY nd
by M KlUun'a :utrtcllKht at KICIIT to fill ontera
3d tm kvrr. Html. Huuk. i ami OJ if U
i n..4ct. ntmrffM iMmm, iKitlilnir ran 1m falrrr
ivmp.Hcx.miRsiio in.irMineai, uvn . r. tit v.
(fni, eirunlori only 15 X I-i,o vt'ailiinirtun nil or
ilp ni. arrlvinBin. V. nt Siorii. in. iiJllBy(for
iwirisr or unnnoniwrt. KerriHii. . m or t n n
route, rmm cnieaira. nirnnmiNl. I'niliv. HooionTAc. r
n imm i-niraira. mrnnwiMi. I niliv.Hn.uin7ftc., nt
ilty'Kirurliiii lumt.. CtrvuUr,"ilonl to ny
IIW4 U VOU htlVl INIlnAAnVWAV. mi um Mlmm..
OthiTOrrn e). f 10. t:0 up, l'uuiu(fn,n iljft u iua,
Y.i'-ilMjIllu.irw. I m.Uiiu. Ctm. AJdreu or call upon
"iNLilL F. BEATTY, WaiUnjton, Niw Jn3
fprrMiai will, nnlttr itltrnrfMNl. mmi..II ,..
WORTH SENDING FOR.
Dr J. II. SCDKNCK, ol Philadelphia, has Just pnb
luhed a hook on "Dlsei.es of the lun;'i and how
they ran be curoa," which la oflurod free, pootpatd
to all applicant. It eontalui valuable Information
for all who suppose thcmselve afflicted with, or
liable to. any disease! of tbe llroat or hint;. Ad
dresi DR. J. H. SCI1ENCK A EON, 6,0 Arch
etreet,Pblladelphi. P. O. Boi ml
U'TTHTQ "IPRovid root bees
ft AAVl-iKJ package make Ijallansof
tcIoui, wboltsome, sparkllDg temperance bov
erige. Ask your druggist, or nut by niall for 8&c.
a. uiuta, ts ueia, Ave., 1'Uilaaa.
iii ami AVAiin
lha Aatkiw.ABawaaafnat Mad
haftfiaat, tndimaAabl. to my
arall-Praaarawtioa ; banai in
InmI lMk M.Ul.. - - - .
wl wmrmri, I pr.aeiin.
I uma t.no ir I K Mnl by
'Bail: il oaUatattaunnla aMalai
aaad MaJririMi PuK.. Ul.
N 0 T I C B.
Having: a large stock of instruments
on hand, and belnsr about to place some
new stylos upon the market, wc pro
pose to offer the balance of our present
stock of low-priced Organs at a consid
erable reduction FOR CASH until
Dealers about purchasing" for Spring;
Trade will do well to write ns for
GEO. WOODS k CO.
CAM BRIDGEPORT, MASS.
C'JAPer week can be made In any
be made In
VOVNonielhlntrcntlrolr new roraffenti
olv new for
free. U. W. INCHAUAM CU
IU I BsWH .,rMllloalll. .!
xnav I by a.lr.iii nun& ratfuua.
I - w mm mm f-o., . i ..tinrvnymiiu..
TuH Minf ra. Mollicr.. iiiuuicm iiun, Mcckon-
lea, fta , vihe are tired out by work or worry, and,
all who a re miserable with Pyspcpjia, Kheuma.,
im. N tu (alcia. or Dowel, Kiiuicy or nver torn-
plidntt y mi can bel nviiyratrd anil cured hv mine1
KW i-W a. al atlti aal
livoiii iu wanuia away wall CoMuinutiun, Uu
slpatioa. irany wetdinen, you will Imd lantern
Otngerl 'onic the (rreatct Mood rlilerandlhe,
Deal u Uthot Btrenrtm uvatonr "r.
andfsri upcrioro Dittensnd other Tonics, uit
build I P th lystera, but never intoxicates w
v! and f ( t si v., Hiinov CoChfmnt.N, V.'
1 a ' r-. . a w ta a 7rre.w111111.pa
a - A ax. aa a--aa - w . ,,
A Irll Trlp-Noa. 1 and mailed post-paid, on receipt of 75 rtj., or four months for $ 1.00. '
Addreia: j, L. PETERS, 307 North Fifth 8treet, St. Louis. Agency for Cha
Pianos, Day Stati Omgans, Ditson's Editions Ac. Send lor our Illustrated Price List
Has alwayi been one ofthe most Important
weaponi wielded by the medical faculty
against the encroarlimont ofCoughi, Colds,
Bronchitis, Aathma, Sore Throat. Consump
tion In Itl Inclblent and idtunrM
. In The ce Crated Tola. Kock.nd Dve In td
all dioensei of ihe throat, cht't anri lnnirt.
annum Vott-palA. Single Aot. SO eti.
No. 2(NewSerios) Contains' 1
I'd be a Butterfly Sonif .Klchardi. 3$ ,
un, i.entie liirds I enor bon . ...Hrnnett. 40
me iiusuc i.eaves uuet .wniiama,
The Chaprl Fcm. or mix. voice Kreulicr.
Three Kuhers Quartet ... Mullah.
Snarklinir Deautv Waltt ... Darker.
Picture Canli Uluettc Ilchress.
lloccacclo Mitrch Kour Hands .. Dressier.
Chiminir Delia Polka,....i Raphaclsan.
C, , t,-l,MclA f,,t )'ll,.,.fprlKhl It. loil,St
will ir)a a. much imi-l.' ns Ut IIMMON OKOANk
I' "i."' l KNI' K''l,ev,.r Itiji nionth.
?r?.5.ni V,'"'":'.!: I r Factory worbiriR 1 Tmi
by tduoW. iitrio 14-utatti M.U1 to UliVrderi!
f t'nr. here, eta.l. liook, ., ..ilj 9 O
iraftereiie year'. Tn are pat M.flrd rrt.ra
rg.,mlll liroiaptly nmndaioaty wlih rrrSi:
ccia a: nAxnrs ice xrcxsuirsrr
. .VJIT rmtrt,".i "tZitm
riease Address or call npon
JXAHIEL F. BEATTY, Washington, Htw JmT
OF ST. LOUIS, MO.
Which were totally destroyed by ire on May
and Septembur 21, ltl,
Order arc solicited for
Strictly Turo White Lead and Red Lead,
Cold-Pressed and Furo Dark Castor
Oil, Haw and Double Boiled
0 15 A C
Thl eleritnt artlcl of CIIEWIVG
i now on the inur
Ask your dealer for
1!. A. JACKSON A l t).
ViYllNCi- TirPV Ifyou want to learn Telecra
J VL llif IUXjIi hr In a few month, and be
certain of situation, addresi Valentin Drolhare,
Janesvllle, W I.
A DVKBTISEI1S ! lend tor o.r Select Mat of I,s
"eal Nsiwpanra. Geo. h Bow ell A Co., 10
Uprnce atreet, N. Y,
Ferty-.ernth leaann of the old reliable "Oil.
JPIWf" Hoparnlnre. tho only flrst-claaa
Apronlachlnanow la t he market odapfalfor larm
orarnalt JotM,horsarHtem rower; tbnti'y Apron
Machine that thrmhea and ttaurfiweiaa'aleraiM
Struiln. Mblcnuo Pitt" Double Pinion
A prnnoiinevd mmco'i In 11 ; liohlut iJr.i1 ,fniu
tM anrl ImmI Uinwher iu (Train, flax, ami clovi'r.
Cotild not tipily Uio ilKinaiul. t mlur early. Tho,
alnilikwt and nwat durable machine in the uiarkot.
Thelllnrk Hnwk Porta,
bin and Traettun. Abao
lutiOtf nnnj'.nli-ialva. Vilcs
tube Boiler. Will awve then? coat Ui f uol alone.
H. A. PITTS' 80NS MFC. CO. '
Tnej8.mrtrwnU CHICAGO, IU
UHHH OKUH ) , uuut d vrmn, ana.
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