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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS. ;'
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
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ffur ona wiwk. WU per line, tor oue
uontk, WeenW per Uno.
UmTucCamo Uuixktih pcrioiatou
crtch-book, made of calendered juto
m.nHliL mi&llv irood for ink or pencil, for
tale, in three sizes, at tho office. No. 2 and
I. fire and tea cents each by the single oue,
by the doren or by tho hundred, no varia
tion iu priei.
Cleaa Your Cisterns.
Persona wanting cisterns pumped out and
repaired cat have thcui dono promptly
and at fair rates by trio uauersigncu. ur
dere by postal card promptly attended to.
1 m. J- S. Hawkins.
Two rooms, on second floor of The BrL-LKTi-f
building. Apply, up stairs, Mrs.
A residence on Twentieth street, next to
coiut house. Enquire of Jacob Kuke, at
Earing disposed of my rhotograph Gal
lery to Mr. Phelps, of Muscatine, Iowa, I
take the method of recommending him to
thecitirens of Cairo and vicinity. Mr.
Phelps has boon in my employ as operator
for the past six months, ana t uerouy cnoer
fully recommend him as being a courteous
gentleman and a thorough and experienced
photographer in all branches pertaining to
tho photographic art, anu ucapeaK tor mm
a liberal share of the puulic;patronage.
Handkercb ief Lost. 7-.
Lost, on Sunday, from Uth to 4th streets,
Washington ave., one Honiton Lace Uand
ltorchief. Roturaand receive reward.
W. H. ScHcn'ER.
Take notico that on and after May 1st
interest will bo taxed on all taxes. Not
paid by that date, call and settle at once.
SheritT and Collector.
April 18th, 1883.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aid for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
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FOR WEAK LUN08 AND CONSUMPTION.
No preparation ever introduced to the
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Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Debilitated
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Consumption in the incipient or advanced
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indorsements of physicians or patients us
the celebrated 'Tolu, Rock and Rye." Tho
repeated and continued sales of the article
everywhere are the best evidence of its real
merits. Letters and testimonies from every
quarter of tho country, attesting the stim
ulating, tonic and healing effects, ore in
possession of the proprietors, and can be
adduced to convince the most skeptical
reader, of its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having n
pleasant taste and agreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those who are afflicted or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of the re-
lief to be secured by the use ofTolu, Rock
tad Rye. Chicago Times. -
Frok tmmerous cases of Dyptheria and
Consumption cured by tho use of (Fellow's
Componnd Syrup of llypophospliites, after
every known remuriy had oeen used in vnin,
its efficacy in restoring tho functions of Di
gostion and Evacuation is manifested.
Mrs. Ira Mulholland, Albany, N. Y.,
writes : "f or several years I have Buffered
from oft-recurring bilious headache, con
stipation, dyspepsia, and complaints pneu
liar to my sex. Siuco using your Bur
dock Blood Bitters I am entirely relieved."
Tacl 0. Scuuu, Agent.
Sever too Late to Mend.
Tho. J. Arden, " William Street, East j
Buffalo, writes: "Your Spring Blossom'
has worked on tno splendid. I had no
appetite; used to sleep badly and get up in
the moruing unrefreshed; my breath was
cry offensive and I suffered from severe
headache; since uaing your Spring Blossom
all these symptoms liavo vanished, and . 1
feel quite well." Price 50 cents, trial but
tie 10 cts. -
Paul 0. Sciicn, Agent.
n 1 1 m in iuahi
There is a balm in Oilcad to heal each gap
Tn Thorn' WWtrln nil k t.
w v.., tnu ijiuvuv la
For loiernai ana for outward use, you
, freely may apply il;
For all pain and infiamation, you should
- not fail to try It.
It only coats a trifle, 'tis worth its weicrht
And by every doalvr In tho land this rcuic
dy is sold.
P. G. BcnuH.'Agent.
r,t Wl ifoarrtntiitn ar relieved l nnn n.l
petdlly cured by, Kidney Wort. It seems
' intended ny nature for Hie euro of nil di
case of the kidneys caused by weakness
and debility. Its groat tonic powers aro
rccinuy airocteu to mo . removui m this
diss of diaciscB. We know of persons that
have suffered for thirty years that Iwvo been
Mrmanentlv cured by taking K Ikncy Wort
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TJIB DAILY CAIRO HULL IN: W-EDNKSDAY MOIWINO, ' APRIL
I GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notlcm tn thew .eoinmni, wo cent per llns
1Kb Insertion. .Marked . .
Window shades all styles and prices at
See notice of handkerchief lost in spe
Guiteau says that Sccvillo has nothing
further to do with his case.
The Illinois Central pay cr wns in tho
city yesterday, and paid, off tho employes
of the road at this point.
It seems that the railroads luive not as
yet paid their shares of the reward offered
for Jesse James, dead or alive.
-Sergt. Mason's cm will not bo heard
in tho United States supremo Court till
about the close of the term.
Messrs. Charles B. Now land & Go's
water works, at the corner of Tenth street
and Ohio levee, are aiin in operation.
-"Palace Clothing House, 103," has
been artistically chisled on the stone pave
ment of Mossrs. J. Burger & Bro., on Com
mercial avenue. .
For a week or more past the corn meal
mills of Mr. W. R. Halliday have been in
full blast both day and night to meet the
demands of trade.
Many citizens have men at work bal
ing out and cleaning their cisterns pre
paratory to catching up good water for the
expected usual summer drouth.
The steamer "Jack Winter"' Was put
ta work yesterday afternoon, pumping tho
rain water out of tho bssjiucnt of Mr.
Daniel Ilartman's queeusware establish
An appropriation of $10,000 ha3 been
granted by congress for the erection of a
monument over the grave of Thomas Jef
ferson. A senate bill to this effect p issed
the house yesterday.
The saints at Salt Like were yesterday
advised by their preachers in the taberna
cle to boycoot the gentiles. Pr-jbably the
gentile merchants will retaliate by dis
charging all Mormon employes.
Mr. J. Tf Rsnnic has abandoned the
portable engine which he used for so;ne
weeks to run his machine shops on Ohio
levee, and is again running his machinery
with the regular engine.
The aurora borealis was very brilliant
Sunday evening, and tbo atmosphere was
so deeply charged with electricity that tel
egraph wires between Chicago and the
Atlantic coast were operated without bat
teries. Citizens living in tho lower portion of
tho city Bhould make a plentiful use ot paint,
or even white-waul), upon their fenscs and
houses and out-buildings, in order to efface
the ugly marks left along the bases of these
by tire accumulation of rain water.
A force of men and teams were at work
yesterday and tho day before, gathering up
tho refuse matter in the streets and gutters
in tho lower portion of the city. Some;
good and very accessary tvork was done,
but much more of the same kind remains
to bo done.
Tho work on tho Cairo and Texas
narrow gaugo railroad continues to bo
pushed wkh vigor at Bird's Point and
ail along tho line. At tho place named
Mr. Julius Serbian 1ms a fctrong force oi'
men and teams at work, building new em
bankments and repairing that formerly
built but damaged by the late Hood.
On Monday tho Cain Oil Mills began
operations again after several weeks of
idleness. One by ono tho city's great in
dustrial establishments, among which the
oil mill is an important factor, arc set in
motion again, furnishing employment,
money and food, raiment and tho comforts
of life, to Cairo's laboring thousands.
The first floor room in tho frame
building near thecoruerof Sixth street and
Ohio levee, belonging to Mr. F. Korsmeytr,
is being placed iu thorough repair niul
will bo occupied when finished by Mr.
Joeoph Bernath, the popular young jeweler
for some years connected with the Ann of
Everything has been dono in accord
ance with law in the casts of the ForJ
boys v, ho killed Jesse James. The Buch.
atian county grand jury Indicated them for
murcier; they pleaded guilty; tho court
sentenced them to bo hanged: and Gov.
Crhtenden, exercising his prerogative, has
pardoned them. The governor could tiavo
done no less under tho circumstances, and
nothing else was expected.
The thermometer ranged between
forty-two and seventy-four degrees above
zero in the northvfcBt yesterday. Rain was
reported as follows: Cairo, three one
hundredths of an inch; Davenport, thirty
one hundredths; Dubuque, sixteen ;Loaveu
worth, nine; Memphis, mnuteen; Noith
Platte, two; Shrevcporr, one and nlnu ono
hundredths; St. Paul, twenty niuo one.
hundredths, and Bismarck, four one-.
Tliirty-foar feet six inches was what
tho Ohio river marked on thogaugo at this
point ycBtorJay nt ono o'clock. ' Tho move
ment in the rivers at different iviints du-
riug the 24 hours ending, nt that hour
was os follows: Cairo, fall of three and n
hnlf Inches) Cincinnati, fall of six inches;
Louisvillu, full of two inches; Nashville,
tail ot two feet four indies. It is expected
that the fall will, nt thi poiut, now Con-
tiuuo lufBume time.
Thi nthcr plain talk is fr tn Thf ?in
linderth" caption: "Two Things ll'pub
licans Should Desire:" "1st. Tho abolition
of Speaker Keifer. Ho is a fool." 2nd
Tho abolitiou of ex-Secjetary Robeson
IIo is a knave. "When a fool and n knave
are tho leaders of a political party, and tho
knave runs tho fool, tho party is likely to
Tho wretch Hazel, who brutally killed
a little child near Jonesbow seine months
ago, and tlien-nwuio good his escape, was
captured near Poplar Bluff a few days a
and taken through Cairo to tho scene ot his
crime for trial. Nothing k-.s-thau thiiex
tremest penalty quickly enforced will satis
fy justice iu hi ease.
Thirteen bludents of Trinity college in
Hirtford. Conn., members of the S.-nior
class, were Monday suspended indefinitely
I . I - MM
by tno taculty as a penally ror imzing. i ne
victims ot the brutal practice v.fre time
Sophomores who editucollego sheet, and
who will themselves bo put oa trial for
writing articles reflecting oa the faculty.
M lyor Thistlewood and Chief Mers
have tfiKen every precaution M guaid
against a spread of tho small-pox from the
infected premises. The iomutes and those
in communication with the victims are pro
hibited from all intercourse with t lie out
side world, and the houses have been pla
cated so that no one may approach, them
without becoming aware of his d lager.
While launching the new tug Central
City at Cuting's shipyard, Metropolis, late
Saturday evening, several of the cradles
gave away, letting the hull drop, and sev
eral workmen narrowly escaped being
crushed to death. The Guj IVaI .t after
ward pulbd ber iut j the riv.T uninjured1
The tug is tuilt for the Illinois river, own
ed by Hillard & West, and is tlu largest
ever built at the yards.
The new comet continues to give
promise of a briilant future. In three or
(our weeks it will probably bj con.-picuous
in the northern bky, but at t r s -m it cannot
b-J discerned by the naked eye. E.-ea ifl
elescope it.is a faint objact.but the observer
uickly perceives that, under the mighty
all of the sun, it is quickening its li ght
every hour and rapialy growing larger, in
June it will d irt ie.t.o its peti!;t-ll.D, :rip
around the sun, aim, it is hoped, bunt i:i-
to a blszo of comet. iry glory. The direction
of its flight is such that, if it d x s not fl;og
out a long tail, we shall hava a fiue view of
Tlie vnnnt will a: no time come near
the esrih, but it will be one of the
aost remarkable ever known fr its tlso
approach to tho sun. Tho figures of the
calculators vary, but all agree tint the
comet .will go very close to th &un, and
some express doubt whether it may not
strike the Boinr orb.
An exchange says: ' Tin growth of
some of our frontier Texas cities is really
phenomenal. In Laredo the city council
is thinking of building a l'i,000 (.pen;
house before it h::s p;.ssed an ordinance
forbidding swine to run loose in tho
streets.'1 In Cairo we h'.vea filly thousand
dollar opera house, and hogs at Urje, an I
broken gates, and ruined llower garden",
and wallows in the public tioroiiejhlan s
"until you cau't rest." According to to the
exchange, "hogs and liarnvny"Js possible
and tolerable, but hogs an I elegant opera
houses should not be permitted to roam the
streets of a city at the same time. Hie ex
change is probably tight, cither hogs or
opera house's should bo banished from our
public llnruiighf.ircs but which, nobly
lords, which? that is tho question.'
It seems that somei trouble occurred nt
the mass meeting of colored people t tl:e
court house Monday night. Tho resolution,
recommending Mr. G. W. Tanner to Cap!.
J. R. Thonns for an appointment, seems to
have been forced through against the wish
es of the majority and under tho cover of
measures not germain to llio purpose for
which the meeting was called. While Mr.
Tanner i3 a good enough young man, he is
but the choice of a faction w hich procured
his recommendation by irregular means,
and the result was, that when it was an
nounced that tiie resolution recommending
him had passed, there was a great outcry,
tho meeting broke up in'disorder. and those
few who had engineered th6 siheiuo left
in high glee thinking that all was well.
But they were mistaken. After the dis
turhcrs had gouo the meeting was reor
ganized, tho naiuo of Mr. Samuol Taylor
was placed In nomination, independent ol
all othur isU':s, ami regularly balloted for
nnd carried by a largo majority. Mr. Tay
lor is therefore the real choice of the col
ored p ;ople of Cairo for the fuvorablo con
sideration of Captain Thomas, lie is a
bright young man, has also boon connect
ed with ttie pubii s schools of tho county
and Ins acquitted himself well; ho was
chosen, in a regular way, calmly nnd with
out any subterfuge,
' THE ELECTION.
Jft inuoh excitement wns manifested iu
the municipal election yesterday, yet a very
fair Vote was cast in ench ward. The fight
was rather ono sided, even in tint first,
second utid third ward?, where there were
opposing cauUidatt'H, but tho br,t. humor
prevailed nt all tho poles throughout the
day. Tho voters had apparently idl elo
elded In their own mirou .which of the
candidate in thomi wards n-pn-fi nicd tin ir
views upon the main iswies in th diwtiou
and (hey went quietly and deposited their
ballots for them.
Ia tho First ward Mr. William MclIaJe
was tho only candidato announced; but
about tern o'clock boiuc of tho friends of
Messrs. Joseph Stuagala and Paul O. Seluih
worked up Rome interest in favor of thfi-o
gentlemen, nnd succeeded in' depositing
some votes for them. Both these gentle
men were brought out without their knowl
edge and run without their consent, and
Mr. Steagila, who w is asleep when first
brought out, having bean hard nt work
at tho tire, had his namo withdrawn atone
o'clock in tho afternoon.
In tho Sjconi ward Missr.'.
Bloms and Ilinklo were I ho op
posing candidates from tlm start, nnd both
woik"d hard for themselves and wore as
sisted by a good force of friends.
The Third ward was the principal battle
ground. Here Messrs. B. F. Blake and 13.
McM anus were the opponents and the col
ored element, which is always a very un
certain dement in au election, was the bone
The Fourth nnd Fifth wards' were the
quietest of all, there being but one candi
date in each, Mr. A.Swoboda fa the former
nnd Mr. T. W. Halliday in the latter; but
considering this circumstance there was a
very good vote cast in both wards.
On the whole the election resulted very
sitisfactonly all around; a largo vole was
cast in all the wards, and us all the vo'ers
were thoroughly informed as to the matters
nt issu, it is site to say that the elc tion
amounts to an expression of the popular will
of thecitv with relation to sai I matters.
The folio wiug are the returns:
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Jesse II inkle
liiukle's mt;j airy
K 4.' UTl I WAKI).
DEATH AND DESTRUCTION.
o:n ok C'.nio's mo-t imi' uita.nt l.vsnru-
TI--.V3 n.v.ni) T.i THE OU li:S!-A HOY
BL-llSES) ii:vKUVr. ANIMALS HOAST'.O.
It was nearly 4 o'clock yesterday morn
ing when the tire bells of the city sounded
a vigorous alarm. Ti cnu-e of tho alarm
Vas ihe burning of the C ore Box and Bask
et factory, which was totally f'utroyed, ns
were iilso the$bles containing the mules
and lii.-rt-'o' and a two s'o:v frurn-s building
uep.ss the stroe:, in which a young boy
When the alarm was given th-? people
were generally aroused, nnd the five liro !
companies in the city were quickly on their !
way to ' the fceno of tlio ;
conll ignition. Several of tho engines
were, disabled on their way in crossing
tracks, but the how carts reach 'd the fuo
and the hose was attache-d to the pumping
appcra'tus of the tranter boat and tugs
which had iilready arrive there nnd begun
work, and hair n il 7.. n latge atretims were
pining on the ll. tines soiu after. Tiie
lire hud already completely .enveloped the
K-veml buildings comprising the box lac
toryand the frame b iardiug houso f Mrs
Coiroian, ucrot-s the t-treet, when tho fire
companies arrived there, . it wb only
with the hardest M'ork that tho la run
quantity of lumber in the yards, and the
Singer works, were saved.
The box factory wns one of Cairo's
most important Industrial institutions. It
was the property of dptain W. P. Halli
day, of this city, and Mr. Bell, of Ullin,
each owning a half interest. Since these
two gentlemen became the sole owners of
It, it has been run steadily, it business in
creased and it has been enlarged nnd sup
plied with the best machinery that could
bo procured, until it was acknowledged
here and abroad to bo one of tho largest
establishments of its kind in tho c Uotry.
Home idea can bq gained of the magnitude
of the institution from tho following:' Six
largo boilers furnished tho Rleain for the
machinery, Four attain engines of tho
ilneat niako were used, ench for a distinct
work. Ono for running tho saws, another
for the log drawing machine, nnd the other
two for tho planers and minor mncKiuery.
Among ths machinery but recently put up
wns one of.the engines nnd tho planer, cost
inir two thousand fivu hundred dollars euch,
and a log cutting m ichiuo.costiugover live
thousand dollars. Tho buildings in which
all this valuable machinery was, were two
story, and covered about half ft square
of ground. They wero of frame, ex
cepting the boiler room' which was of
brick. Tho institution was as perfect in
every 'part as money, ingenuity "and
mechanism could make it, and wns cnpablo
of transforming rough logs Just taken from
tho river into any style or ftuit baskets
or boxeu In tin incredibly short spneo
of lime. Tho buildings were, of course,
nil totally destroyed, nothing but tho brick
ruins of the boiler room, and tho charred
sills of tho frame buildings remain to
(dl of their form and extent. Tho nnv
cuiuery is tilso tuiucd, uot u single uu6 of
- l'a. . IS82.
BUEGER & EEO.
Will donatoono hundred dollars to any charitable institution tho mayor of Cairo may
designate, provided it can bo truthfully stated that we in any instance advertise good
qualities and price?, that we cannot show. It is a fact that at times wehicntioii prices
for certain lines of goods that nr so ridiculously low in to seem impossible to tho
public, and even to other dealers, and we do not blamo them for their incredulity, be
ing as they aro, unaware of the advantages and facilities we liavcfor cbtnlning at err
tain times largo I itsof tho mist desirable gink at prices greatly under their realvuluo
and hero nro tho
ADVANTAGES W E II AVE:
FIRST The quantity of merchandise we buy to nspply rur tjinnnr us fU res.
MECONIJ Wo have ample capital und ore picpHi d to btiy ctith lt wn.
THIRD Wo nro rtt all times represented iu eastern ii'iaikets by a resident buyer
who is always on the lookout. - 3 '
Now, it is by taking advantage of these opportunist s that wo do fnm time to time
tmmo such apparently litliculoiixly low prices. For instance wc nre Kollinr. vi,i,u.....J
Blue Flannel Suit, each sift bears the ticket with fti! name Middlesex Co. ;10.00. Nono
genuine without ticket. A veiv nice Cheviot Suit for $0 50, woith $l.VC0. A very nob
by Rod Silk Mixed Suit at $l3'f.0. worth JlO.PO. We do not sell troode lor b.s than cost
We want it distinctly underutood tint wo make i small profit on everything wo soli for
that principle by which a men bant tan fi ll ''t 'ls for bssthnn cnxt, ard still keep store,
lias never yet been discovered. Come and see our g. oeis. Volt will tot be importuned
J. I -3 UEG ICR EllO,
AtPalaco ClotliiiiLi: ITousc,
108 Commorbinl Aveimn.
the many different devices having escaped
the t-fleets of the intense- Rent. Erry
base is cracked, every puily warped, every
thrift bent, and everything out of shape or
broken. It is entirely worthies for any
thing but old iron.
In the stable, which were merely a de
pnrtmeht in tho basement of the mills
three mules an i a horse were kept. All
but one of the aiiiin iis wero burned to ih.atl:,
and this one w;is so badly scorched that
recovery seems doubdul.
Tho insurance on the whole wns fiftren
thousand three hundred dollars indifferent
companies; but this does not cover more
than oao third of the act in! loss, to say
nothing of tho lo.ii sustained by
reason of inability to ti.l orders.
Tho iinn had a demand for all they cou'd
turn out for several weeks to come and in
tended to run the mills (e double time
m xt wee'.- in ord.'t to Catch up with orders.
A lug; raft of bga are lying in the ?iv-r
in front of th:: f.ctory now, no 1 c:t:.tracfi
are nvido for a l-irge i:iini!erof lom which
are c- n n iW beiu cut. So that th-i netu t i
loss will not be. contl ied to w hat was ile
fc'reye i by the ll lines.
From early ycyf-iday morning until hte
last evening Captain H.dliday ersonally
miperiulen-ied tho clearing n.vay of pi r
ti uia of the ruins, having the chirred re
mains of the dead anini'ls tlirowji i'.to the
river, and having t'oe wrecked machinery
ga'lKTed together in heaps. The Capf.
tukes his great loss very pliiluaophiei.l y ;
in fact, great as it i", he s ems to t ike i:
less t heart than did the many titiz -ns
who visited tli! seen'! ye.-tiT lay, and who
were unanimous in the opinion that C iiio
industry had received a bhork from which
it will n it soon recover. Ab-uit seven'y
five men nro thrown out of t nrployin-nt io
th; city, nnd there is no telling how mttiy
more away from th city, who have ha-u
euip'oyed cutting logs, etc. Mr. JV1!
a'rived from Unity yester 1 iy f'eni.Mi nnd
a consultation relative to the next nt"p tu
bo taken will pr ibably be hel l t"-d y. i'
may be th it a conol ldon to re'eiii 1 on .a
larger scale than before will Ivj arrive I
and this would certainly bo glmiuu i t: v,
for all who take an interest i.i CYiro pros
perity. The two story building across loo s'reet,
wh'n h was also totally destroyed, was the
property of Mrs. Corcoran, a widow, ni.d
was occupied by her as a bo.rdiog hotis".
With the assistance of Ikt liurders marly
all her furniture whs saved. The h'-uo was
valued at about ril'teon Imu-Iiv. 1 dollars
nnd was insured lor one thousind.
In searching through the rums of tin:
house after tho lire was put out, the remain
of a young boy were found, lying t.low to
the largo cooking stove which Mood
in tho basement of tho building. The buy
hud come to tlie Iioujo but n few days l.c
rbre, nnd had given his mnne ns Logan
Yarber. He had lived the life) ol n young
trump, having no employment ami no place
to tstay. Ho bad evidently lain down to
sleep behind the btovo and burned to death
without awakening. His remains were
placed in a box, nnd will b? dvumfly n
terred. The liro wns tho most deslrnctive Ciiro
has had for a long scrie of years, nnd it
would bo some timo before tho h'sr sustain
ed by thn community would be ri'pnin'd
should Mes rs. Bell & Halliday decide
against rebuilding the iostitO'ion.
Sin of the Futlicr Visited on t!:o ( liihl
Physicians say thnt fcrofuloua tuint i nn.
not lis i.ridicated ; wo deny it "in toto.''
If you go through a thorough couiko of
Burdock Blood Hitters, your blond will
get as pure as you can wish. Price $1.00,
trial size 10 cents.
Paul O. Fairy, Ag'-nt.
Tlio Right Sort of tit'iiorul.
Jacob Smith, Clinton Street, Bull'ilo, savu
hu has used Spring Blossom hi his family
us it general noslieiiio for cases of l M-1 i t"s
lion, bili'U.wess, bowel and kidney com
plaints, nnd disorders arising from impur
ities of tho blood; hn speaks highly of its
cfHcacy. Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10
P.O. Scivuh, A.g!Ut.
Haui'Kh's M.uHzisBfor .May is HgniQed
by thy beginning. if u new serial utory by
William Hunk, and the conclusion i.f
"Atme," by Coiwtnco Fenini.-re Woolson
the most lirillunt and popular American
novel that h.ts ever been given to the pub-
Robert Hen iek's poem, "To Dianame,"
is bcautitully iiiii-tr.ited by Abbey.
W. II. Beard contributes a toucbrng story
called "A Ci.iM's First Impressions of
Death," accompanied with an illustration
fi oin his own pencil.
'Music u:H Mmn.jiansin Austria" is an
exceedingly interesting paHr, by Mary
Alice Seymour, illo-trated with portraits of
ilis'.in::ui..li"d nnuit uns.
I.i "A Sqn-tretV Highway" Mr. W. II.
(ii'.son i;. inril-uies u tlnnuiing jmper,
beMiiit'nlly iiiiis'n'Ml. Thn cx.jiiisite
deiicaey 1 : lin. in-nt i,f Mr. Gihsou's
ilriwim.'s were never mere evident than in
Anoil.er il uvruf-d p ip. r 13 Mr. John
sons d M iip'i'.i, ,,f the Upper Peninsula of
Mil lug in, :n which t 'u writer gives mi in
teresting fii.eount i f tlmt fnuioi's mining
A cliaraeti ri.siic and ( xcelli lit story, cnll
im": -(.hi tit,- Nite'-Mile," i contributed by
.lo rw I li' ro'-r.
i- .;,. '.i . i 7? . .
i mi .i in-.u i ' 'i. 1 1 n-iiirs n i"f j, s Tern
' p'u-m i f fi-nt In hUty nnd d-pth, called
"I.nv :nnl I)..;Uh." I'oenis are also eon
! !:i '.!'. I b A ll M. E. Nichols, Liuiso
Ch mdb-rM .:(., .md A. T. L.
Tlie e li'ori:ii de:tsrim'-i are fil'ed wi;h
timely and i: tTi snn inat'rr.
A Utiivy fcweil.
Jaeo!) H. Bi'Siin- r, of Vir''iHo,
writis; l,Viiir 'fji omns' Iehcfrie
rut' d i leni'v weiled ix-ek nnd sore tlirmtt
no my son in foity d.'!it hmrrs; ono appli
cation nl.) ret"v -d ttui i tin fr -m a very
.ore to,-; my wile's foot wns hIso niiii-h in
ll tme l s i"iii it w - thiit she could Ii"t
wdk f.botjt tin In it c; !.!ie npjilied the Ot',
i.nd in tut i.ty f,,nr I, ours wss t-utirely
3 : i j :ct i on i : i:su ir.
"f etei-'i-it lyninij Tllvo'ton tliomnnil vutvi
to be :!uril Oc, ciir In llie1 muriict.
V N'M'AI. HTATKMKNT OF TOW'
SHIP TUBAS L' BUB.
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