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V BY MItH. 3. K. HIIOWMNQ.
My fiwn beloved, who lm.t lifted mo
Frutii till 'lir ll.it of euit.li where I tM
Anil in betwixt tbo liiniilM ringlets lilowa
A hfo-liri Mtli, till thu lorelieu.l tii'i'fiiliy
rbiiic mil iijjiiln, nf nil the itu :i-l.x net',
lt' foiiilby tu v lute klst! My own, my own.
Win cumes to ' w inm tlio wmld was r"no
An 1 1 who only looked lor Gwl, found time!
1 liml ilicp; I mn huCc, nni Minnie, inn glad.
A nno who umJs in dowle.-i iisplnsH,
I.kiIi liiicku'tii'il on the li dloiiH tiini' has had
In the II MT lifo n I wilb liimi iii dwell,
Muk.i witness, bote, iM-'twecu lliu good fl'i'l
That love, us simnirni dent!., rotrloves as well
Observations of Etsv. Gp.o tucket.
Yon m r not"h It on du pulm's as a mighty
T.i malm your Judgment by do clo'culat klvert
up a in, in;
Tori li.trd.y n.c Is to tell you how you often
A llf y il.nlnr Bitl.ll fin u twenty doll.ir hom.
An , wn'klii' In lliu low Broun'ti.youdloklvei'as
I). it do line t -inn k nniy hide k meanest nub
Liu in n rw
I think a item hill gut mighty slender chance
t'T lll'OU ll
I.it In I I h j:i to bis piety out ono day out ob
Dut i:d k niiout de sinners wld a henp o' solemn
An' neWier draps a nlclilo In do missionary
I);ii'i foi'in,wt lii the mectin' housri for raisin'
Hll lie I'llOII "i.
Hut l.iy iiseii. hi! 'll;rl"it wlI hi Sunday punta-
I nel f.-r Jmljfo o' people dut I meets ulong de
lly do i ie"s whnrdcy eorno film au'do bouses
v. hnr tln'y
Tor dr li ioi ini i liu.eu'8awful fondof roostln'
pc iiv In -h.
An'u: tii' k-y ln..iird sells aUivo de'euglo In
h-.y ketches little minnors In do middle Ob dj
An you rinds do ainnlles's po.aum up do big
gct kind o' (rue.
JUne M'ns n limc'y Iwylioml, tinelicrr
cil l.y tlio I'lveof kiii'lrcd. tinlile.i'il bv
llf soft (."irc-si'S for whioh childhood
M'.tl.cr m:i! f.itlicr had been notliing
! ut !o m sinco I cmM renii'in-
ImT aiijt'iin. I Ltd nri uniji'e ullowanci!
f J" K'kt-t-nii cx.'y mii poixl I'lullit'S, liiitl
never unit houi; fr ll:c Jmlitlavs, ami
no (UK.; ever (:;!::( t set! mi. On my
Ihirti'Piith l'irliu!:iy a watch was writ to
me, v.itii "i'!-:n:i Mtir luvinjj molher"
(t';rr;'.voil on ti.f ca-if, ninl then 1 said to
"'Jiiis sfcins as tiionlt my mother
hvr. inc. Dim:.- .-In) never tara to buo
Dr. SiirtH'i nii.vered:
'Vntir im.llier i.i very fond df yon, and
an ('M-elleiil niolher, In'it jour father is
i-iiiii)'l!ed to remain 'abn-nt from
1 MijiotiM'd from thU that both my
areiil-i were abroad, and risked noiuoro
Tour enr-i nficr this t!if rows was
cent ttieiiial my fat'ier was dead, but
there v. as no altera'.ion in my jiobition.
My parents, it aje.-uvd to nie, mu-t
be s'i iilthy. if liny atw) ri'specta
b!e. !iv had my father never sent for
me? Vhy did my mother never pivo
nie am token of her do.'ire to 'e Imr
ht:? I had ari-lit to n.i da (juosUon,
r.a.l to l e an.-w a d. lint I feared tho
jin-'.M'r, ami 1 delayed. My neiiir.int
ii:nr wen many, iny friends four tho
iloi t T, his wif, my' old feilow-put'il at
bis scl'.ool, lt.jo-ur Wharton, and my
Yes. the hi'.itidro-vs. Aunt IMsy, asev
cryone. called her; humble though sho
was, was cue of my friends, and not tha
lca.t valued of them.
I eonlided in her a littV, nnd one day
phe looked at mo solemnly, shook her
bead, and said:
"All, boys need a mother. Do you
ever think'of yours, lad?'1
"More than idio does of nie,"' said I.
"l)ou't dare say that, lad," answered
the old woman. "Your mother is sore
hearted to Le parted from you liko
"How do you knov?" I cried, start
Jnjr im. "Do'voii know my mother, Auut
'Whatever I know I keep to myself,"
(die said; "but remember your mother
loves you, always has, ami always will,
That evening 1 went to Dr. Surteea's
Iioii-e, delermined to ask him what my
"I have eomo tonsiyon come ques
tions!,'1 I .aid--"iuetio'ns that I have a
ri;:ht to ask. AVill you promise to an
Mver I hem?"
"I will decide when I have heard tho
questions," replied the doctor.
"They fire .simple," I answered. "Who
was niv father? Who hs my mother?
Why liave I never seen niv parents?
Whore, does my mother livtP
"Your father was named, like your
pelf, Arthur Yarley. Your mother wm
. his lawfully wedded wife. Elizabeth
now his widow. When you wero live
years old' your father was obliged to
leave tlio country, and your mother eon
lided you to our care. Sho has sinee.as
you know, amply supplied your every
'want. There has never been a blot upon
her character. She has forbidden nie to
tell you where to liml her. It is your
mother's fixed determination that you
hliall never see her. Shu lias no other
child, and Is not poor, ller will is inadfl
in your favor. 1 havo no right to toll
Bonn I had other thoughts to fill my
mind. I had fallen in love. The object
of in v admiration wan a beautiful ulrl,
whoso father, a wealthy client of our
linn, did not object to my pretensions.
In fact, wo wero ongnjicd, and my heart
- was full of Joy. Yet with it mingled tho
longing to lin'd my mother and tell her
. of my happiness-- Ono tiny I told Aunt
""Aunt 15etsy," I caid, "perhaps I shall
lio miirrlod soino daw"
"Law bless iis!'r cried Aunt Holsy.
"You seem such a boy."
'It will not bo at once," I saidi ''bun
after I am well on In my profession. I
lovo her dearly. Site is Mr. diaries
lmstilon s daughter!"
"MU Kushtoti!" said Aunt Holsy.
She folded her hard little hands togeth
er, and htood looking at me. "You'll
havo your things ttono in tlio family
then, and sou no nioro of old lletsv."
'Til give you my collars while I havo
one left, and all my wife's rullles, too."
"I don't want hers," said lielsy, cross
ly. "Wish you joy, Mr. Arthur but
her things I don't care for."
"Too much trouble, I suppose."
I5ut I thought of my mother more and
more, and as that day was the one on
which 1 drew my allowance, I went up
to the doctor's house, intending to make
one more etlbrt to move him to tell mo
where to liml my mother.
The doctor sat alone in his study. An
envelope lay before. Iiini. As he Jaw mo
he drew it toward bini, biok out a par
cel of bank-notes, and with them a Jot
ter, which lie at once returned to the en
velope and thrust into his pocket, as lie
thought, but in reality it fellon the floor
beside him. Tho thought Unshod upon
mo at once it was from my mother
and a sudden summons which called tho
doctor temporarily from tho room ena
bled me I) secure tho piece of paper.
I hud it at Ia4, my mother's dwelling
plaeo and a clue to her conduct. I Hew
home, dressed myself, and called a cab.
As I drove on I pictured my mother a
graceful lady in middle life.
"Mrs. Yarlcv," I asked -does she live
"I'll call her," said the girl, and left
mo alone; and I heard Lor voice rupeat
ing Hie name.
Then another voice, crying, "Yes, I'm
coining," arid a quick step approaching,
nnd before niutood old Aunt IJetsy.and
on the instant the truth ru.ihed upon me,
and I cried out,
Hush! hush! hush! Who told you?
Keep it to yourself. You're a gentle
man. You're to marry Mr. Itiishton's
daughter. Don't say that again. Go
nwiiv go away. And keep it secret, as
1 will. Go!"
"Mother, why did you do this? What
did my father do?" I asked.
"He was clerk in a bank, Arthur,"
she answered, "lie robbed it. Ho died
in prison. And 1 thought I'd spare my
boy tho shame, and 1 sent you to tho
doctor's school. I've made money, lad,
but a laundry i not pcnleel, I know it
well. Tliink'of Miss Kushton. Go."
Hut I answered, "Kiss me, mother. I
shall tell Ada Uushton the truth, and
vou shall toil no more.''
No, Ada Uushton did not marry me,
find some of my lino friends dropped of!',
but I bore it very well. That was fifteen
years ago, and I am forty now; but yes
terday I married, ninl who so glad as
my old mother, who kissel mc tenderly
on my wedding-morning and said
"She's the w ife I'd chose for you. Ar
thur, and not a proud, insolent thing
like that Mis Rushton. And you are
And I answered truly "Xu happier
man under tho sun, mother."
Dr.R.V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.: "Five
y ars go I was a dreadful suff.rer from
uterine troubles. Hiving exhausted the
skill of three physicians, I Wub completely
uiscouuigoiJ, and so weak I could with dit
licu'ty cross tbe room alone.. 1 bc''nn tak-
niif your r .ivorite Prescription, and using
the local treH'tnont rcco'ioiiendiid in your
Coiiiinen Jscnsu Jlcdical Adviser.' In three
months I wns perfectly cured. I wrote a
letter toiny family paper, briclly mention
ing how my health hid boon restored, and
offering to send the full particulars to any
one writing nie lor them and inclo9ii'g a
stamped envelope for reply. I have received
over lour hundred letters. In reply, I have
lcscnU'd my c ise and tho treatment used.
and earnestly advised Hit in to 'do likewise.'
From a great many I have nceivud second
letters of thanks statintr I hat they had
commenced the treatment and were much
better already." Mrs. E. E. Morgan,
iscw uastle, Me.
VThat to Teach tha Children.
Teach them to be polite. Teach them
that there is nothing but goodness of
heart, of so much durability as a pleas
ing deportment. They will lose the idea
lifter awhile, that it is smart to be pert
nnd boisterous, and take pride in being
little ladies and gentlemen. Teach
them to say "how do you do" or "good
morning" to everybody they meet with
whom they are "acquainted; never to
contradict, whisper, hum, beat a tattoo
withthe lingers on the furniture, or loll
round in lounging attitudes in company;
to say "ves ma'am," "no sir," "what
nia'a'm, "if you please," "thank you,"
and "exeu-e ine," if it is neoes.-ary to
pass before any one, or leave the table
before the rest; and never to do any of
the things for which it is necessary to
ask to be excused unless it is absolutely
unavoidable. Not to toss things instead
of handing them: not to eat with tho
knife; not to meddle with things which
belong to others; not to listen to any
thing not intended for their ears; nut to
refuse to give tho whole to a visitor when
'half will not do. A nolito child is tho
best of companions; but a rude one is a
troublesome nuisance and will find him
self learning nt eighteen or twenty,
things which should havo been taught
him when a child.
i - f
Tho Word "Ilumbas."
On ono occasion a number of literary
wags were assembled nt a late dinner in
London, when one of them laid a wager
that ho would invent a word that would
lind its way in uso, and bo recognized
tlio world over ns ono of tho most ex
pressivo. His bet was accepted. Tho
next day tho city was placarded with
hugo posters containing tho strange
looking word "humbug, and it is need
less to relate that it traveled like wild
lire, was itecepled by even the most fas
tidious, and is understood wherever tho
English liingiiago is spoken.
A contract has been awarded nt Mon
treal for tunnelling tho St. Lawrence, at
n cost tif tfd.oilO.tHlo, tlio work to bo coui
. plotod within four years.
"Beauty Unadorned (with pimples) is
Adorned tho Most."
If you desiro n fair complexion freo from
pimples, blotches and eruptions, take
aohiuu Medical Discovery., liy drugalbtB.
Anecdotes of Judg'o Gray,
The bur here is looking out for an out
burt from Justice Gray, says a Washi
ington " correspondent of the Philadel
phia Ve-if. Mis Massachusetts reputa
tion has come hero before him. His
tirades against trembling Deputy Slier
ill's and frightened witnessey) have been
told about over and over again. Only
two lawyers in P.oston havo rver been
aldo to turn the tables im him. One was
Henry E. Payne, nnd the other Sidney
Hitrtlctt. "If your Honor please," said
Payne one tiny, beginning a motion.
"Sit down, sir; don't vou see that I am
talking with another Justice," thunder
ed the tlien Chief Justice, Mr. Payno
took his hat and walked out of tin; court
room. A half hour afterward a mes
senger reached his olliee with a noto
saying that Judge Gray was willing to
hear him. "I am not willing t.j ho
heard," answered the old lawyer, "un
til Judpo (J ray apologizes." And apol
ogize the Judge had to.
"Mr. Partlett," said the Chief Justice
one afternoon, throwing himself back in
his chair, "that is not law and it never
w as law.1' Tho veteran smiled, and,
looking over the bench, said: "It wis
law, your Honor, until your Honor just
Thero is no knowing how much jest
ing goes on when Hie door of the con
sultation room is closed, but once in a
while a good :-!ory leaks out. Dignified
old' Justice Cliii'ord always avoided, if
possible, the use of t he definite article,
lie would write in an opinion: "Suit
brought So-and-so; case involved So-mid-so,"
and so on, never writing "the"
if it could be avoided. Jocular Justice
Gricr, who had been on the bench long
before Justice Cliii'ord came to Wash
ington, and who was the only man who
dared to take liberties with his Maine
bruthcr, said one day. slapping Cliii'ord
on the hack: "Ciill'y, old boy, Clirlv,
why do you hate the definite article
soK1 CllHord drew himself up stithy
and answered: "Brother Gricr, you
may criticise my law, but my style is
Dr. Pierce's "IMletts,''' or suar coated
ijrhnults the oriyinal "L'ttle Liver Pills,"
(beware of imitations) cure sick aud
bilious headache, cleaneo tho stomach and
Lowels, and purify the blood. To get gen
uine, sec Dr. Pierce's sign itnre and por
trate on government stamp. 25 cents per
vial, by druggists.
That hacking cou".u can be so quickly
cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it
Pul G. Schuh. Aaent. ' I
On Tli '11 v Bay's Trial.
We will send Dr. Dye's Ce t biv.ted Elcc-tro-Voltaic'lJelts
nnd other Electric Appli
ances on trial for oO days to voting men
and other persons fdllicted with Nervous
Debility, Lost Vitality, etc., kiiaranleeing
speedy relief end complete restoration of
vigor and manhood. Also lor Itlietimn
tism, Neuraloia Paralytis, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, Rupture, and many other
diS'-aM'S. Iilustarted pamphlets sent lice
Address Voltaic Belt.Co., Marshall, Mich
Will vou fit kfek with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vitamer's
L'tiarantccd to cure ycu. Paul G. Schuh,
Goto Paul G. Schuh for Mis. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions ia English
ami German. Price 15 cents.
Si.Etl,i.ss nioiitb made miserable bv
that tetriblc cough. Shiloh's Cure is the
remedy for yu. Paul G: Schuh, Ajjcnr. 3
IlK.VDACiifc' . is effectually cured by
w uioar's ixn .vN veoetaiile riixs, whiuh
cleanse the bowels and purify the blood. (1)
Catahuii crr.En, health and sweet breath
secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price
) cents. Jsusal In ector free. Paul G
Schuh, Agent. 4
Bokdkn, SKixiicx it Co.. St. Louis, sell
the best and cheapest Car Starter made
With it oue mancau move a freight car. (1)
J on lame back, side or chest, use ShilohV
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. Paul G
Schuh, Agent. 5
Allen's Drain Food positively cures nerV'
ousness, mrvous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1, 5 for $5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. l. Sold m
Cairo by Jiarclay JJrns.
Suiixmi's Couoii and Consumption Cure
is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 0
Dksev:ko Autici.es auk always Ar-
niKCiATL'n. The exceptional cleanliness of
Puikers Hair liilsain makes it popular
Gray hairs are impossible with its occas'on
Shiloh's ViTALi.F.n is what you need for
Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness
and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10
and i0 ccuts per bottle. Paul G. Schuh,
It is the Hkioiit op Folly to wait un
til you are in bed with disease 'ou may
get over fur months, when you can be
cured during the earlv sVnmti.ins by Park
cr's Ginger Tunic. Wo have known tho
sickest families mado tlio healthiest by a
timely use of this pure medicine. Ob
CnouP, WiiooriND Couou and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure,
Paul O. Schuh, Agent. 8
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
ot your rest by a sick child sullerlng am
cryiiitfwith the excruciating pain of cutting
tocthH If so, go at onco nnd get a bottle of
Mrs. inslow s Soothing Syrup. It wii:
relievo tho poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on eaitn
who has ever used It, who will hot tell you
at onco that it will regulate tho bowciS,
and pive rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like innglc
It is perfectly safo to use in all cases, am
ldoasant to the tasto, and is tho tiroscrip
tion of oiio of tho oldest and best fcniulo
physicians aud nurses in tho United States.
oglu every where 5 cents a bottlo.
ImpfpFlii, Mvnr IHs
i'nsi h. Fever and Atfue
ncss, Nervous bcblliiy
THE KEKT KEMF.DY IN OWX TO MAN I
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
'i'IiIh Rvmn toiMi vurled proncrtmi: It. tlm.
ulnici tho ptyalitic 111 the nnllva, w hich convortu
Ihe flnrch aed iiuiir of the food Into arlueoiin. A
(lffirluiicy io ptyulim caimvi wind nnd oiiriii( oi
un- un'. i in u.e ouinini.il. 11 nie iikmiici .t fc.in
InmiKllatuly afler entitirf, the luriueuUtion ol loid
It acts upon tha I.lvcr.j
It acts upon the Kidneys,
It Insulates the I'.owels,
It Purities the i:inod.
It Quiets the Xervous System.
It Promotes Digestion,
It Xourls'.ies, Strentlietiianil InvlgnratM,
It Carries off the Old Blood and iiiukcs New,
I, Opens the I'ores of tho Skin and Induces
It neutralize tho hereditary tnmt. or oolnon in
tlii Mood, whl'h i!iierate Mcroful. ErvftDeln.
and all niouutr of hklu UUcsdcs uud In criml bu-
There are uo suirlte employed In I to ninnnractnrc
and it n be Uki u by Ihenioet delicate Inihc.or by
nged und fveljie, euro oidy bulog required In nt
teuti. u to direct oua.
Oalva. Iletry Connty, Ills.
I w&ffnflerlni from Sick lleaduche and D'ztl-
ne nfl an that I could not attcud to toy household du
ller, and a ehort tr'.ul of lr. C'lnrVc Joliuxou' Icdl
au Dlood Syrup effuclimllv cured me.
Watertnnn Station, HeKaib Co., .
I'Mt In to certify that Dr Clark JoIiDpod's Indian
Dlood syrup had cured rue of l'uin in the Ilurk. It
la a vuliiub'.e tuudlcliju. Jilts WOOD.
Centre nil!, White Co , Ark.
Tbi in n certify that I wn afflicted with Plui-
tutlon of the IN art for many y nr I tried dill, r-
eut doetorn. wbo'u pi eneripliDii tended niorM lo
weuken nie tlmu tlicy unl lo rln-iijilnen. IHiTiut
ree !ed to lr Dr. (''lurk Jobtimiir Indian liloud
Sj iup, blch proved to he u pnitiv cure not on
ly curing tlio Heart Dieio, lr.it sleo a Sick Head
acb which bad bein Ironlillni; inc.
Ml(3 .MAItY A. MsAL.
I wa afl'irtod v.tlh Liter Comrilitint and Dvunen
I'll, and fulled to pet relief, altboneli iiflU!' modi
clnex fioin our tiert dcctorH I coinnieiici'd n.ini:
lir. JohUKou a Iudltn lllood Svrnn. nndui'bort trial
cured iuo. T. W . l.IbiNli. Mollnu, III.
Till rertlflei that Ur. Cl.irlt Jolinnon' Indian
lllood 8yrui h eifcrtnnlly cured me of Uycpupf ia.
luo n.ucn caunoi lie mu in emice o it.
W. K. WJMMtlt, Itedfnrd.Mo.
Aieuts wanted for ihe nle of the Indian Blood
Syrup in cvi r town or villnKe, n which I have uo
ueiit. I'&rticulnrii Riven on uppiicatioa.
DHL'GOISTS SELL IT.
Lahratory 77 Wett 3d St.. N. Y. City.
'J'AS PUKCOASEIt'S NOTICE.
To tht h I r of ihecntnleef K. P. Victor, deceas
i'.'. or nnv m her percim er person interested:
You are hrruriv entitled tlini at a hiIu of real en
tice in t'ie county of AlezHiidernnd tmn of Ilil
nnl. held by the cimnty culleclor of id countv,
ot Ibe w u:liWMteriy door of the court house in the
ritv i f Cairn, la l'd county and Mite, on tha lotn
dnyof Anna'. A. I). IKSti, Cfcarte (i lUcher, tho
nn'd'Taiciieil. purrlinccd tho followlui; decrlhed
real cdHi'' imated In lliocoilaly of Alcxandur nnrt
Oit'' of lilliiolc, fur me luxe eoe ntid unpaid
(hereon tor ti;e ver A. D . 1 sT.'i, Kii 1S7. 1S7S nnd
IsTtl, to.-ether with pennltlc and cont ; cald rnl
enCitc heli'i." taxed ,n thu n.ini" i f F. P. Victor
emnte. to-wll: The n-t half of thu fiuihweft
quarter ot section number ono (I), township foiir
Uen (Hi, tnuth rail Be two c.'i west. Tim Onio ut
lowed by law for (he reilempMeu of said n-nl estate
will expire mi the I'.llh dv of Aucust. A. 1 IKSi.
CIIAItt.KS OALKillKIl, Purchaser.
Cairo, li'.a .April 14ih, A. D. ISS'2.
rjU PUftCIIASEIt'H S0TIC3.
To each end every of the person hereinafter
named aud to any and all other peinjni Int jr
ested: You arc hereby noltflod thntat a talo of real e
tnte In the county of Alexander and elate of Illinois
lield VAho aimtliwcrlerly door of tho Court lion so
in the city of Cairo, In said connty and t t j by
the connty collector of said county, on (ho ttlrd day
or AiiiriKt'. A. I). tSsii, the undersigned hcrame tho
purchasers of thu following described real estntu
siniM' d In ald county and stal. for tho taxo duo
hu'I tinpa d (hereon for the enr or year as below
set fori It, toiietlii'rwlth penalties and cost due
thereon; sa d renl estntu helnit taxed in the name
or mime respec tlv-ly of tau persons horeluufter
innctlitnud, ti-wll: '
In whoso name
Wsf '-L t jf:-li . at
is mm i
For what Part of o 1
. year rocllou C a
1SVSA 1S7J and. H
w fr'l 1 i.
vKi 10 1 2.
1S79 n w or
w U 33 1(1 2.
1878 & 1S70 tho nnd
It w Vt
ofw U 8 17 a
187! n w ' of
iv't 27 H 9.
wK 27 11 S
1S77. 1878 i
1871) n e !i ol
ti w t s i- 3.
J. II. Wright
Coo. II. Marsh
A. II Irvln
Ai il dial Hie tlmo allowed by law forth" redemn.
lion of said premise will oxpon on Ihe )rd dny of
Aiixnsi, n.. i). ii-cj. it. t,;i;i,iNr
C A. MAHCmLtlOtf
Cnlro, M(t., April 14th, 188-1. Purchaser
1 1 run o
HyJ. V,'. 11UKU
1 lie new, Ihrltllnt and aiuhontta hlstor of tha
live slid wo'.idurful advdjjrm of Aniiirlca't grout
Tho YCUNGRH nnoTHKR9,
FIIANIC ail 1.1 BSSU -JAMES,
And thidr h"d of lii 'liwaemon. down to Ihe nros-
ent inouieiu, liH'Ind hn deiith of Jese ibiiuc ninl
nil 'let lulu tal'tlluu and tlirlUlns developinenti.
Kifiy lllui-lrn lions und poriiulls, amotiit wbh li am
.leitio Janie after ho was shoi. and 12 flue, colored
riiitu. interviews nud letlms Ireni Colo louiiKer,
the litr-nMuu up of Ihn linml nml revelntlon ol'
stanllnirn'cnis. Tho lllnclt Flnir. tbo toirlbln
"lllnck Oaih,"ttiul huudredl of oilier nstinilshlim
fact. Most wonderful nnd exclllni! book In exist
ence! UiitMdlst'vurtiiliiKl Now ad itreut'y vu
iHTi'crl cdilloni nw llliisirallon!Miniii!its, prlcii
1 IV). Anions' CunvussiimOiu lit tie, lllustruied
Circular and full particulars irtto. Airont don i
w Ihl itrand oi.porlunllvl Address HISTOHl
CAL I'UliUSlllKU CO., fen N. 4ib it. bt. Lonl.
Over 2.000.000 Ttntf .Pa
rorcont-h, colds, oru hroat, bronthltl, asthma, pneum
Ihrout, chest aud lun;:.
Balsam of Tolu
- - - 7- -"-
KctouidlMfl. ',,MI, Mlbm,
hunt t.s. n.v..r i -
. ..i. .. . i. v. """"""-' roiooiiioieu s m mc ce ntiratcd To n. Itock end Itvn In ml
wxzz:' n 'm,r"" u -' A "vay-.j'ia
Ftf-PUTI'P IN QUA RT KlZK B0TTLFS FOR FAMILY USE, riUCF. SLOOPS
( ) A T II I O N H" n,,tr 10 1,;!;,liv'n,lY laler who try to palm off tip'.n y Rwk and 12
KJi U llUH, place of our Tola, Rock nnd Kvo, which Is tho only uiedi'atu.l orticlo iit.
the genuine baa a priVHlndTlH prdpi ielarv slump r .11 eaeb bo:tlo aio,i urtitlo mado-
J no I VLV, KUCK und U K CO., Proprietors, 41 Iliver street, Chicago, III. .
SOLD BY DnUOMlSTS, (iKrCElM AND pKALKlbS KVEKYWHKRfc:
I'ubilnhttl Monthly, I'rlte $3.00 jrr
No. 1 (New Scries) Contains
Cottntfrthv the Itivcr Soil J A'Cho Ilolfuss, S ao
Over the Sea Soivr A C lio I. M. North
O Hush Tlu-e, My Huhv Kichards.
Ye I.ltte llirds 'Quartet Stuart.
The l.over' I'nrcw'cll-Quartet W. J).
Hfiaht l'-ye Walw I ahvell.
Q'leen of Hearts Gavotte.. llielufcld,
Heel and Toe Galop four I lands. Hi nder.
New Years' Grcetit. Polka Kin'nliern.
Von Stcuhcn'it lirand .March Drcslcr
A Trlnl Trln No. 1 and J muih'd nnst.nnlit.
Address: j. L..PETERS, 307 North Fifth Street, St. Louis. Agency for Chasb
i'UNOs, IUSfATt OltOAWs, Uitson's KoiTiuNS &. Send lor our Illustratud Price List.
. NEW ADYKRTIfEMF.JfTS.
27 Stops, 10 Sets Reeds, $90
lleartT-s itKETttnVL.N Orjraneontnln.infiillwa
OoIiU-h Tnuinw Ketils.nr STIIPx. Walnut or KIkiiiIkvi
t'ssi-, 60. livii,Mi'tn.l Fint I lno,V i riitlit lt.-ll.ii p. Hlwl
Hi.niitTs, lAtei).-ilMijMSrrk.-t for Mulp. IIhii.IU-. mt
luOlcin tor UKivm7?Jlkatty'8 Pat-nt S'nu Aelinn. a
Nr.w An xma iikikouu (it mwi
r NOKMOt H hl'C(TaH.".kUvVr lono m!imW
Of innnrt HK.-iwliiB. t ? l-ieteryworklnir p V una
by lj Wiui'KHvtrlo lltrhtaotKluil l toUllniarr
Jf-l'rli-e. Iloiril. IKIIrered on konril iT!!ir"4
-i' larlH.re,MiM,l, Uiwk, Ar.,niy OCJ
IttHnnM i, tnt er, utu.MM.m Orj J ,!
;iwiyriii.(MfMwnri'iA v,k, nnilnnn can N'f.iln-r
"so-iinili Tiimliie (he In-lf Mmcnl. UnvoK. V.l iW.
Kiirlay or OiiMniihu'M. ierri.-, s Si n. in. or I n. m.
tsn, erenrloii only 3sU I.sve Wnsliiiit,.ni.tt or
aip.ni r.rrlvlnpluN. V. nt J .merOn. in. miiKlante
routes from ('W.iHro, Ilichi id, IMnTiv. IWwtoiir&e ivn
"llt'RItv'aKtruniioii Loiilu('lmilur,"lw)llloul lotmy
ra;rtvn ir yoil Imvi rninnnnyii.iy, yen, ciro M-olr-omtC
1 r.'opiTi u Itli enltie utli'ioliiittsNicetsnll (riilr-s.
OilK'i Oo.-m"t).fiii.s.Siii. I'iuhuri. row to iinuo.
iri;iiM,lila.in.i.il(j(l(ioi. tnr. Aililrva or call upou
U'iil- F. 2EATTY, Wuhlajton, Now Jem
WORTH SENDING FOR.
IT J. II SCnENCK, ofPlills(lelphi,liaJi!st pub
lished u book on "Dlsetses oil ne lungs nud how
they can hii cared," which l ofTjred froo, postpaid
to all applicant. It contain, vnlii itilc lnformntlnn
for all who suppose Ihniiselves eflbcted with, or
liable to. any disease of tbo Ih'oator lunus. Ad
dress IJlt. J. II. SCUESCK & hON, i0 A,rtb
eticct.Vhiladelphia. P. O. Box 2H.13.
TI TPIQ IJIPP.OVEn HOOT BEKIt. ?',C
pNckeo make 5KHn(.f a deli
clous, wholisonio, searkllliK teuipcrancu bey
erayo. Ak your Iniy0.t, or sent by mall for tUc.
C. E. IlIKES, 18 . DoU. Ave., I'blladu.
1010 MEDAL AWARDED
tin) Author A u.iwsnilKnml Mul.
leu! Worlt,wrrnUid tlm Iwat anil
chrsixwt, lnaisiiul)ls to i-Ti.r;
nmn.cnlitlort "tlisSciunooof I.iln
nr, S.iK-1'rriionfaHi'n j" bound in
fliinst I'mncti muslin, nmhossi'd,
stiwl Dimvims. l'JS nrnserin.
tmns, pries nniy (II 3b sent by
Havin a large stock of Instruments
on hand, and 1)0111? about, to phic gome
new styles upon tho market, wo pro
pose to offer the balance of. our present
Mock 'of low-priced Orpans at a consid
erable reduction FOR CASH until
Dealers about iiurcbnslnjy for fjivlnjr
Trudo will do veil to Yvrilc Us lor
GEO. WOODS & CO;
' Parlor Organsj
6Al'er week can ho mado In nny locality.
'vSomolhlnif ontltolv new Inrajreute. $5 nuiui
free. u. W. l.NOltAUA.M CO., Jiostou, Mass-
dnger,, t'uchti, Wonr
drake, htillinipa, and
many of tlio Ut nicdi
riiui known are com
bined in Talker's OitiRcr
ionic, into a mcoieme
of hi; li varied powers, n
to mal;e It the grentcst
lllood l'tirilier and tha
iroNtonr l.ver Csrd.
It cures Klieuuialiini,
Sleeplessness, fit dinraes
cfthe Htnniai h, lUiwcIa,
I.itng Liver St Kidney,
& is entirety different from
h.. m . ... . i.o.rT. i, njcr r.iiuncff.
ii ..... ,.
'111. IW-U. ,.lrmi.,r, Slid --rr ' ,
M,..i v,.i,,l,..a ii.l. iw and oiher Ionics, ua it
mi!, runs l iwiont Uis never intoxicates. II mox
u.niui mi. uipsyiwih ft Co.,C.'beiimls, N. V.
Wy. smlSt .Ih. Ir,.. ftnvli'K lliiylu IKillsrSUs
,rx XliTrtr''' if h.?
msmh mwmmnmin JltJWi4itfKiCMaflMUil
VVII1UIIIVII tt 1111 Ultll
pneun,tml. consumption nnd lf d!.oao, of tb
Mas always been ono oflhii tnot Important
wespous wleided l.y hu medical faculty
jiralnsi ihe encioai liHieni of Ci.njhi, Cold',
liroin bills. Asthma, Boro Throat. Consump
tion In Its li.clolem and advinced stML'fs. and
. 1 t l(iM' of i he l hroat. die" t and liiiigs;
Alible A'o. BO ot.
Ko. 2 (New Series) CoQtaios
I'd t'e a Iluttertly Sonft Richards. 3
(n,(.ientie Minn 1 enor bong . .. Jiennett.
j ne iiu-.ua veuves Duet ..Williams.
TheCleipel I- 0111, or mix. voices.. Kreuttcr,
Three 1- ishers Quartit : H11II.1I1.
Spilrkliuir Peautv Walt barker.
l'icturu Cirik HliieOo . rt..ri-.iia.
Itoecieeio .M:irrh l-'oui ituna t li-...-!..
Chiming Dells l'olka, Kaphaelnan.
nrt rrv!nf nT'-p r,a r r... ft. M
OF THE ' '
OF ST. LOUI3, :,IO.
Which wero totally destroyed by tr on bar
and September 21, ltfl,
AEE HE BUI LI1
Orde-s arbfollcitt-fl for
Strictly Ttire White Lead and Hod Lend,
t'uhl Pressed nnd Pino l)aik Castor "
Oil, IJuw nnd Double Bulled
YOUiVft WX I' yaw ant tr, learn Tolcera'
JVti,u llii pby1na.fi".v months, and be
certain of a situation, oddrtss Valentine Brother.
A TIVF.UTISP IN ! ann.t C.,,.1.. , l.
J V. ' 'in ' i ioi' l.oi III Jjn,
ilenl Newsiinners. (ietj. p. liottell A. Co., 19
pnii e street, N. Y.
Hulbert Bros. Wholesale Price List.
4 IMano, T oct,, square, rosewood, carteil,
auralio $1Sf) 0i
7 Pinno, upr. 1)i oct.. cabinet gra"d 171
13 0run, 4 seta reeds, 9 stops ft craad orean t9 Ofi
(W " 6 cl reeds, 1:1 stops, cmplor, iih-b 73 09
O'ir.I'lanos and Orwo wurrinted flrat-clas.
2 Violin otitflt, box bnw, irlii)ta, complete.... H Ott
3 " Cremona model, extra fine t 08
4 Accordeou, 8 keys, bis, ho, flue tone......... 1 CfJ
8 " l: " 1 op. J set reeds, perfect J OO
7 Mouth Organ', Vienna cancert, il hole, f)
9 " UondiuoKichlcr, it) holes, U, 8. 14
It ' " concert, dniible a I holes 1 eiC
14 Clirlonet, KcnninaJ,V.rtln, key,, boxwood e f
i .... -,
11 mu, iu eooiiy, uuraiftn auver loruie.uM, t8
ttl Music hox, 1 tune, crunk, flue J 10
1" " 8 tune,,, wind with lever, large W Ofi
SO Violoncello, patent, machine head, good.. 10 Ofj
ti Diuibto Bass, patent hcd;,1 or string,.. 2.1 00
to Ciiiltar, maple, machine head, floe finish.. 4 00
S7 Banjo, 10 Inch, 4 bras, braikct j oo
sWCorutit. hrase corupneon stylo case ft crook I
SnDruin. hras. Prussian. Ornamented''
Gold violin, guitar and banjo atriug, 'II. Bros.' IS
Biivcr " " "
Steel " " "
Out. TliiPsInu, German or Italian, hest qunllty
Ins'.ruclloti Hook-, Itowe', or Wtnner,,any
ITavlnKliist mado good trade for 100 Sinner
srtewlngllachlne,, will lull! hem for i!5 each whili
Money I, quite safe In common lotier If plainly
add 'eased. .
Term, strictly cash with order. Will tukd
A genu and dealer sond for our '0 pageCatalagud"
On above net wholesale pa'cc agent can makd
100 per cent profit.
Call on n, when yon come to St. LotiU.
Itcfcrencva: Any bank or wholesale hoar, In
thu ell v. ' .
Hulbert lima. U tl't only Gdberal Wnbleinje
Music Houeo lu lit. Louis. - ' .
nULBEBT BItOS, .
', S'l Olive fllreet, tialtit Loll,, Mo. .
TTACII.ME.nI' NOTICE. , . ', r
Hute of Illinois, 1 In tha Alexander Coaal
t,. ty Circuit court, May
Alexaudor county. J IVrm A. 13. M.
Al tander Goldsmith, Ike W. Klaw and Charle
Si hencr, HimolQjIdsiutth.Kluw & Co. Plaint
Ills. " VS. '
. , Btran ft Co. Defondant. .
Notice 1 hereby given that a suit by attachment
has been commenced lu uld cisurt In fnvor of tho
nliov.i na red plalnlllTs Uffsinat th estate of ialo
ilefiindnnts lor the sum n' three huudted and nlno
I V-flvo dollar,. A'ow, therefore, nnlos said de
feuilunr sbnll apptar on Ihn first day of tho next
term of said court. Urito hidden at the caurt. housa
In Calc, on tliuHih (Uy of Muy, A. D. If A! and
glvo hul' and plena as rnptlred bv law, JudgmunC
will be entered against idem aud tft. tate so at
tiuhed so rt. ALEX. H IKVIS, Clerk.
Cairo, Illinois. Starch :.fst, 1S8J.
OnHRN ct Git Bunt, Plaintiff, Aitbrneya.
J.UECTION NOTICE. '
Citt cr.siik', Omw, i. '
Caiiio. lu.,.. Mar. I7ih,1paj. f .
Public notice Is hereby ulwn tlnit on TuesdajrthJ
ltllh dav bf April A. I) 1(2, a funeral election will
l held In the city of Cairo, eouuty of A'cxnuder.
st.iteof Illinois, fur 'he eloctlou ofona alderman
foribe retfn'artorm of two years frotn each of tbo
live wa da of tho. city.
For tha purpose of said c'octlou poles will bo)
opened at thu tollowlntr mimed pluoes, via!
In tbn Kkst ward nt tho police headquarter la
rear ol Mr. Ibisa Whl'u'a building coruer of SlXltl
atroet. and Ohio li red, 1
Inthi Second want at tha vnglna bouse of th
limiyh aud Uemly (lreciimioiry, .,.
lu tho Third waxl at. tlib ouglu house of tho
Hibernian At. company. . ' ' '
In the l'mrfh ward, at the Court Itoni , , ,
And In thol'lfth ward, at Iho engine house of tho
Anchor Ilru company.' . - ,
........I-., .'ill ... . .1 .... -11..-t. la .Lj
oiiiu iiieeion win us) opuu m rwut o vnn-i, in iuv
muruing, and continue open until men o'clock m
th, afternoon, of sn(o day. 1 ;V
, D.J. KOtgY,
; ; v ... CltyCleflr;