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THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
Terms ol Hupaori ptlon. '
run or roaiiui:
Dully one year by earner 13 On
Oaliy.onu year by mall 1 "0
Daily, one mouth 1 W
Weekly, one year 1IW
W'eniy.d month .' 1 W
Ffr-Clubi of live or more fur Wuokly liullutlu at
Onetime, pur year,l BO
IXVAHIAHI.T IN ADVANCE.
All Communications should bo addressed to
Publisher and Proprietor.
The lmpossiblo Uirl.
IIo offered luir r handsome opal rinjx.
'Kxcust; ino," bIio siti, whilo a blush
crept over Iwr velvety cliuek; "opuln
are unlucky." TJum ho fUhud a paek
ago of curamelH out of hia pocket and at
tempted to present it to her. "I never
touch them," nlio murmured, languidly,
'as thev de.strov tlio teeth and draw thn
fillings out My mother got flomo ho-
tweeu her teeth tho other day, and her
Jaws wero held together so tight for two
IirfBrs that she couldn't talk." "You
must have had quiet in tho hound."
"Sir?" "I say you must have had a
riot in tho house. I mean that yo ir
mother must have been soprovoked'that
ehe couldn't preserve her usual ntat of
beautiful serenity, but was obliged to
give way to her feelings in spite of her
heroio efforts to appear calm. Would
you like to goto theruinbtrelsUMiight?"
"No, I thank you," sho whispered feel
ingly, "1 tun always saddened by such
woful dramas as KJaruillo.' 'Hamlet,'
and 'Miss Multon;' and tho last time I
was at the minstrels I saw how those
plays could bo made moro heartrender
ing with jokes of tho minstrels worked
Into them." IIo then invited her to
take a walk, and partake of ice-cream
and other luxuries calculated to thrill
tho feminine mind with ecstasy, lint
cho refused eaeh and all of them. And
the voting man danced around with his
pocket-book in his hands, and thought
w hat expense men would bo saved if all
tho girls were like this one. And he
Pvo found me tb lfe of tho future,
I've found tho Impossible (itrt.
Then lu woke up and ascertained that
ho hadi been dreaming. The Impossi
ble Girl has yet to be discovered. l"vck.
General Farm Notes.
Chester vrhito pigs have increased in
price in tho pa.st two years.
Tho best and surest way to get a good
cow is to raise her yourself.
There is less excuse for feeding a
milk cow stingily than any other animal.
If your coal tiro is low throw on a tea
Fpoonful of salt, and it will help it very
Separate all breeding ewes from tho
other sheep in tlA llock now until after
Sorghum seed is readily eaten by
poultry, and is bettor for small chickens
To test nutmegs, prick them with a
pin, and if they are good the oil will in
stantly spread around tho puneturo.
It is now claimed that potash in the
shape of ashes or tho potash salts is ex
cellent for grape vines if fruit is defects
ive in color.
Kill tho dog first and huntfor his own
er afterward, is tho method of certain
Georgia farmers who mean to make
Cockle seuxLi will remain in the ground
many years if untouched by the plow.
As soon as brought to the surface they
begin to sprout
F'lunip and very salable chickens can
be produced by crossing a bantam roost
er on ordinary common hens. They are
not large, but of good quality.
Professor Urown, Special Census
Agent, says that 5,585 patents have been
issued on plows in this country. On
harrows and diggers, 1,746 havo boon
granted; on harvesters, 6,235, of which
about 400 are self-binders: on threshing
machines tho number is 1,722.
If sulphur is well dusted around the
sheds and hog-pens it will effectually
drive off lice. Dust it on the hogs also,
and leave a little in tho trough for them
The Holsteins aro rapidly pushing the
Ayrshires aside, being harder and bet
ter adapted for tho butcher when their
milking qualities aro no longer desired.
Nearly all kinds of fmit do well on a
mixture of superphosphato and wood
ashes. Lime is not suitable lor straw
berries, but excellent around applo,
tieaeh and near trees.
Horse-radish is a profitable crop to
prow, as it finds sale at from 5 to 6 cenU
per pound unprepared. It is bought
readily by manufacturers of tho prepared
Grape vines should bo pruned as early
as the season will permit If. deferred
too late they will allow an escapo of sap
(bleed) oven if trimmed a little whilo be
fore it begins to ascend
In n-ilil wnnflior nrrira fur rulfrhino'
should be collected daily. They freeze
easi v when exposed, but will retain
vitality for several weeks if gathered as
noon as laid, and then kept in a uniform
- Tho Nebraska Fanner mentions a
strango freak in apples. A tree set out
lust Snrini? and watered occasionally,
bloomed very full in tho Spring, but
matured only tivo apples, i lie ireas is,
tho treo has bloomed continuously all
the Summer, and on tho 13th of October
bad anolos on it tho size of hazelnuts.
Tho lato blossoms form apples the size of
bii'knrv nuts, and thou fall oil.
Tho two priucipal troubles with the
tilnmb aro tho black knot and tho cur-
k .. ..... 4 I I J II
' ....1.. K Allllilli rT IK, IT, IIM.HI IK, Ilinilll.a
nhlo. Tho black knot may be prevented
or cured by promptly cutting off on its
first appearance and burning it Moro
commonly it is allowed to sproad a year
or two unobserved, and then it is Justly
nronouneed a verv formidable and in-
curablo disease Taken in time, it is
Ins labor to keen it under thau to culti
vate thu a round. Tho curculio is readily
dest royed by jarring tho insects down on
etilVened sheeU and killing them with
thumb and fimrer. Tho jarring is effect.
cd by striking with an ax or hammer on
iron plugs inserted in tho main branches.
It must bo continued daily, or twice a '
day, as long as any insects aro found. If
intermitted the reruouy win provo u
I MarrlftfrolmnrovesthomomorV. When
a man and wifo have a little tiff tbey
can each recall in an lust at t every ouo
of thu moan tlilngi Uio other hw over
The Kailroad Liar.
It has lilwuvs been a Hourciuif wonder
to mo, says litirdette, what a mil way
corporation expect, to gain by keeping
the movements of its trains profound
mysteries irom tho traveling public, es
pecially during periods of sudden erner;-
fencles, accidents and annoying delays,
'ho passengers on tho trains, tho wait-
ing mends and expectant passengers at
tho stations are alike snubbed, misled by
evasivo replies, or directly and intention
ally misinformed. All this makes the
delay doubly oxasperating to tho waiting
pooplo, and it doesn't move tho delayed
train a minute faster and doesn't add to
the popularity of thu road.
unen mo recent, uurry oi snow ana
boreal winds and Arctic cold swept over
tho land I waited at a great city station
of one of the greatest railroads in Ameri
ca lor a train due at 5 o'clock p. in. 1
suspected tho train would bo late. Iiy
diligent inquiry I managed to find fivo
men in tho uniform of tho railroad com
pany's employes, who assured me that
they didn't know anything ubout that
Well, as a general thing, a railroad
man is not expected to know anything
about the trains on his own road I suj
poso. If that is so, these fivo neatly uni
formed men in tho handsomest station
in America filled tho bill to perfection.
That is whut tho brakeman Melius und
conductor Ilanford knew, and they have
got into trouble) and au indictment for it.
Uut 1 continued mv search, and un
earthed ono or two more uniformed
specimens of colossal ignorance of all
matters remotely pertaining to tho rail
road, ono of the specimens, tho one with
tho bluest coat and lirf'Uot buttons,
expressing great surpn.se at learning
that there were any trams at all on thu
road that day. Presently I found a liar,
who deliberately told mo tho express
was only forty-five minutes behind time.
I afterward learned that he was not the
regular liar, but was a supernumerary
who was just learning his business, and
only went on in star parts when tho reg
ular liar was sick, uut on this occasion
there were so many anxious people ask
ing questions that the entire force of liars
at the disposal of tho company was on
tho stage at once, assisted by tho full
strength of the entire ballet. I met most
of them. I found a light comedy liar
who. when 1 asked him how much was
"'.'it"' behind, said it was all behind tho
eiiiniiu. Ihe sarcastic liar finished tell
ing a nervous old woman that the train
would bo in beforo morning, and then
when I asked him whero it was now ho
said his watch had stopped, and went
away to tell another passenger it would
le along in twenty minutes. At bust I
found the iirunkra liar, who is never
sarcastic, never evasive, always polite,
alwavs direct, and never ill-natured. IIo
looked me straight in the eyes, and in
tones earnest with conviction told me at
7.30 p. m. the train was duly an hour
lab. Ho told me the same thing ngain
at 8 o'clock; quietly and earnestly ho
repeated tins deelartiaon cl D.15 p. m.;
at IO.L'0 ho re-affirmed it; ho stuck to it
at II; when midnight paused in tho sky
he called upon the stars to witness that
what he said was true; he stuck to it at
la. in.; and at lat, at 3 o'clock in the
morning, that train came in, ten hours
behind time, and the jTcmiirc liar was
still telling tho questioning people that
it was an hour behind schedule tuna
Now what good did uH this deceit and
misrepresentation do tho railroad coin
pany? Itdidn t make a pound of steam;
it di'dn'tclcar away u enow-drift; it didn't
deceive the public, who havo come to
disbelieve almost anything a station em
ploye tens them about delayed trams.
It would be some comfort to a man
waiting for a train to know how long ho
has to wait If it is going to be ten
hours, ho will go homo and start next
day. And when a train Wten hours late
surely somebody in the employ of the
company must know something about it
It is true tho employes aro pestered
and bothered by tho endless questioning
of the waiting, impatient, restless crowd,
but if they can t stand questioning they
should leave the railroad and go to work
in n powder-mill, v1to people will not
crowd around them and ask questions.
m - s
Sense and Sentiment
Tho level wo striko in tho soul that
touches us most nearly is almost sure to
bo the high-water mark of our own.
Nature is pitiless; she never with
draws her flowers, her music, her joy
ousness, and her sunlight from before
human cruelty and suffering.
1 lungs don t happen becauso they ro
bad or good, elso all tho eggs would bo
addled or none at all, and at tho most it
is but six o the dozen.
A man can no moro penetrate or un
derstand tho mysteries of female fash
ions than he ean know what tho ladies
talk about when they go up-stairs after
Poetry i3 tho perpetual endeavor to
express tho spirit of tho thing, to pass
tho brute body, and search life and rea
son which causes it to exist.
With a vacillating man I never had
anv patience. If hsau chose to be fool
ish and sidl his birthright, I like him to
do it with a dash, und a upirit, and a
will of his own; not to stand shilly
shallying between the two, hankering
after tlio one, yet woudenng tho other
is no better.
A woman that gets hold of a bit of
manhood is liko one of those Chinese
wood-carvers who work on any odd fan
tastic root that comes to hand. I should
like to soo any kind of man distinguish
able from n gorilla, 4hat soino good, and
even pretty woman,, could not shape a
husband out of.
Of all tho musical instruments tho
violin is tho most enduring. Pianos
wear out; wind instruments get batter
ed and old fashioned; tho pipes of or
gans become scattered, and tho original
construction is lost sight of. All kind
of novelties are" introduced into llutes,
but tho sturdy violin stands ou its own
merits. Ago and uso only improve it,
and instead of new ones commanding
the highest prices, as is tho caso with
other instruments, it is tho violin of tho
few Italians makers of tho last three
centuries that command fabulous prices.
It is impossible to handle an old violin
without a fueling of veneration, when
ono rellects on tho number of people
who havo probably played on it, tho
woary hours it has beguiled, tho source
of enjoyment it has been, and how well
it has been loved.
White men should exhibit tho sarao In-
Bonsibility to moral tortures that red uion
I do to ubvsical tQnncntd.vUauucr
'CAIRO' BULLETIN; SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL
MEN OF THE Ml
CAPTAIN ISAAC BASSETT.
Captain Isaac Bassktt, whoso por
trait we hero give, has been attached to
the United Stales Senate, as pago and
door-keeper for fifty years. It is seldom
in tho history of this country, that an
iubtancc of this kind can be recorded, tho
changes being so frequent that excep
tions to tho general rulo aro worthy of
Mr. David Davis, president of tho
Senate pro tern, recently, just before tho
adjournment of tho senate, made thofol
lowing'eordial reference to Captain Uas
skit: "tionntors: You will piirJon mo for gfiluer
outsMtiUio ml'" In cnllliiffuticnttoiito the fact
ttuit tlie its of fji.'L'ctnbor, the duy on which tho
prcoont session of couirreui was convono'l, was
the flf lleUi anniversary of'tlio Juy wbon Isaao
Has.-btt, tho much BHtoemod door-kooper of
the Si'tmte, becume connected with this body.
Half a tenuity ago hi entered his oMIco u a
pntfc, through tho lnlluence of DaniklWku
bTtu. lu ull the ruuuit lr,i( of parties, do ut
teuipt was over made todisturb him. Surely no
hlxher tribute could bo paid to bis fidelity and
to bis Integrity thitn that ho has been ho lonif
and m satisfactorily identified with tho history
of tbo SenulH. 1 am tturo thu gontimunt of all
Bides is cordlully cjcprettscd when 1 wish him
health nnd bappineHS in thu uutno of the Son
ut? of til United States.
Tho venerable door-keeper wa3 the re
cipient, a few days ago, of a solid gold
snuff-box from the members of tho Sen
ate in commemoration of his services.
Tbo snuff-box is of solid gold and of
beautiful workmanship of an untiquo
pattern. In raised hitters on tho lid is
the following inscription: "Kar'i mem
ber of the United States Senate has join
ed in presenting this testimonial to Isaac
li.v.s.SETT on the completion of the fiftieth
year of ids services us an ollicer of that
body, in recognition of his personal
worth nnd ol'.icial fidelity.-December
Leaf From the Ozsr'a Diary.
Got up at 7 a. m and ordered my
bath. Found four gallons of vitriol in
it and did not take it Went to break
fast The Nihilists had placed two tor
pedoes on the stairs, but I did not step
on them. Tho coileo smclled so strongly
of prusnieaeid that 1 was afraid to drink
it Found a scorpion in my left slipper,
but luckily shook it out beforo putting
it on. Just before stepping into the car
riage to go for my morning drive it was
blown into the nir, killing tho coachman
and the hordes instantly. I did not driro.
Took a light lunch off hermetically seal
ed American canned goods. They can't
fool me there. Found a poisoned dag
ger in my favorite chair, with the point
sticking out Did not sit down on it
Had dinner at C p. m. and mado Karon
Laisciuninowonski taste every dish. Ho
died before the soup was cleared away.
Consumed some Baltimore oysters and
some London stout that I have had lock
ed up for live years. Went to thu thea
tre and was shot at three times in the
first act. Had the entire audience hanged.
Went home to bed and slept all night on
the roof of tho palace.
Although the banana grows spontan
eously throughout tho tropics, when
cultivated its yield is prodigious, for an
aero of ground planted with it will re
turn, according to Humboldt, as much
food material as thirty-three acres of
wheat, or over 100 acres of potatoes.
The banana is tho bread of millions who
could not well subsist without it. In Bra
zil it is tho principal food of tho labor
ing classes, whilo it is no less prized in
What Ails You?
Unless the food is nronerlv nrenared in
i i t i
the stomach it becomes corrupt and poisons
tho system it is intended to nourish. Dys
pepsia and its accompaniments aro bai
breath. headache, constination.niles. bilious
nets and depression of spirits. Sufferers
with dyspepsia experience a rapid and per
manent rurp bv thn iisi' nf Simmon T.ivpr
iteguiator. it is purely vegetable and
pleasant to the taste. A han-tnnlesDoonlul
of the Regulator, taken after eating, ensures
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at eight and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering am:
crying with tho excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. mslow s Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve tho poor littlo sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. 1 here is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at onco that it will regulate tho bowels,
and pivo rest to the mother, and relief am
health to tho child, operating like magic
It is perlectly safe to uso in all cases, am
pleasant to the taste, and is the proserin
tion of one of tho oldest and best femalo
physicians and nurses iu tho United Status,
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
That hacking cough can bo so quickly
cured oy sihioii'h euro. We guarantee
Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 1
Ou Thirty Dav's Trial.
Wo will send Dr. Dyc'8 Celebrated Elcc
tro-Voltaic Belts and other Electric Appli
ances on Jrial for 00 days to young men
and other persons alllictod with Nervous
Debility, LoHt Vitality, etc., guaranteeing
speody relief and complete restoration of
vigor and manhood. Also for Rheuma
tism, Neuralcin, Paralysis, Liver and Kit:
ney difficulties, Rupture, and many other
diseases, niuatartcd pamphlets sent tree
Address Voltaic Bclt.Co., Marshall, Mich
Allcn'B Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
t generative organs. $1. 5 lor 5. All
ruggists. Send tor circular to Aliens
'harmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Hum.
8nn.6n'B Couoif and Consumption Curo
is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 0
To nil who are sutl'eriiiL' from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, carlv decav. loss of manhood. &c. I
ill send a rccipo that will curo you, free
rchiirL'H. This "reut rcmodv was discov-
irod by a missionary in South America.
Send a self addressed euvelono to the Rev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station D, New York
Catahkii cured, health and sweet breath
secured by Hhiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price
25 cents. Nasal Injector free. Paul G.
Schuh, Agent. 4
SlIILOIl's Vitat .t7 ku tu uhftt von need for
Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness
anu an symptoms ot Dyspepsia. Price 10
and 75 ccutB per bottle. Paul G. Schuh,
Cnocp, WiioopiNo Cough and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Sl.iloh's Cure.
'aul U. Schuh, Ajent. 8
It is tiie Heioht of Folly to wait un
til you are in bed with disease you may
get over for months, when you can be
cured during the early symptoms by Park
er's Ginger Tonic. We havo known the
sickest families made tho healthiest by a
timely use of this pure medicine. Ob
server. Will you hckfuu with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vitalizer's
guaranteed to cure you. Paul G. Schuh,
Agent. ' 2
Go to Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in Lnglish
and German. Price 15 cents.
DESEitviNa Articles auk always Ap
preciated. -Tho exceptional cleanliness of
Parker's Hair Balsam makes it popular.
Gray hairs aro impossible with its occasion
Sleepless nights mado miserable bv
that teirible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the
remedy for you. Paul G. Scbuh, Agent. 3
Fou lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. Paul G
Schuh, Agent. 5
Indian Blood Syrup.
Hvfi('iflii, Mvor Ms
chuck. Fcvoratiil Amie
ii'ss, Nervous Debility
THE BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN!
Twelve Thousand Bottles .
Sold Since 1870!
Thl Svrut) noent'Mcii varied iironpmuB ; It iim.
nlatca tho ptyallue In tho saliva, which couvvrta
tho Ptnrch and nupur of the fond into bIucoka. A
dcflclency inptyaliuo caunea wind aiideouriuK ol
the fond in the ttonmrh. If tho medicine jb cimii
immediately after eating, Uio fertueutatlou ul fiicd
It acts upon the Llvcr.l
It arts upon the Kidneys,
It lU'guhiU'8 the IiowvU,
It Purlllffl the Wimd.
It Qnlt'ts the Nervous System.
It Promotes Dilation,
It Nourishes, StrcnKthcng anil Invigorates,
It Carries olF the Old Blood ami makes New,
It Opens tho Pores of thfl Skin and Induces
It nentriilliic tho hereditary taint, or notnon in
tho blood, which Kc-ncratca tjcrofula. Krvalpelac.
and all luaunor of Hklu Dluoatiua and luiurual bu
nion. There aro no apirlU employed lu it manufacture
and It can bu taken by tbenioct dellcato babe, or by
tho aed and feeble, caro only being required in ut
toutlt u to direction.
Ualva, Ilonry County, Ilia.
I waanifferlng from Sick Headache and Dlr.r.l
nt'KS ao thai I could not attend to my houmohold dn
tlei, and a phort trial of Or. Clurk johuion'a Indi
an blood Syrup ofTockuallv cured mo.
Waterman Htallon, Delvalb Co., Illc.
Thin i to certify that Dr Clark Johnnon'a Indian
Blood Syrup baa cured mo of Pain in the Itnck. It
la a valuable mcdlclno. , MILS WOOD.
Centre Hill, White Co., Ark.
TMa la to certify that I wae atlllcted with Paint
tatlon of the Uuart for many y,.Ur I tried ilili'er
eut diKtora, whoao prencriptloua tended more to
weaken me than thev did to ftrenKthen. 1 at lam
res. Ivod to try Dr. Clark Johumm'a Indian lllnod
pynip, wnicn Proven to b a punitive curo not oil'
ly curluK the Heart DlnoftKe, but alao a Hick Ueail
acli which had boeu troubling me,
MRd MAUY A. NKAL.
I was alllictod with Liver Complaint and Dyipvp
la and failed to pot mllef, allhonuu unlng mudt
ciuen irom our nem aor.tora, 1 commenced uhKiu
Dr. JohnHou'a Indian Illood Hvrnn.nndanhort trliil
cuied mo. t. W. KI81KU, Mollno, 111
Thla certinei that Dr. Clark Juhuaon'a Indian
Illoott syrnp dun vllectunlly cured tnu ofDypopuia
Too much cannot bo mid in prulro of It,
W. K. WIMMKIt, IleiUord, Mo,
Avonts wanted for the rulo of tho Indian Illood
Syrup in every town or village, In which I havo Do
bkuui. I'Buicuiara given on application.
DHUUOIiJTS BKLL IT.
Ubratory 77 Woat 3d at., N.Y. City.
J. Thomas "Witliam.
Attouney and CoumhilLoh at Law.
Will praetlco In all the conrta of Mlnnonrl and
IINhi. U .. . .,. ..
iiuiiui., i uiu vupreme: nno in uu uainu
uinwnwiuuuiiuii nuniern (iFiricioi mmruuri.
Claim, collection!, taxon, tltloat nnd loan at
Koal Eitale bought tod Hold ou (pmmUnlou.
si M IB s
k'JTv ,, , nun. i i " "" r"i IT '"Ar"'":
Over 2,000,000 Bottles Consumed Annually.
'ill. Bore -liroiit, bronchitis, thmi, pnoumonln, conmimptlon and all d!i
For coiiulm. cold
clie-t anil lunin.
Balsam of Tolu
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tho Kcnnino has a private dio proprlotarv alanipon tai-h tioitlu m.uiuma urocio au8-
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Sold iiy Dkuooists, Gkoceks and Dkaleus Evekywhere.
1'ublitKMl Monthly, JVIcn $3.00 per
No. 1 (New Series) Contains
Cottairc hv the Hiver Song; A- (.'ho Dolfuss.
Ovi r tlio Sca-Sontr A Clio I.M. North.
) I lush The.-, My Ila'iy Kirharils.
Ye Lilte llirds Quartet Sin.irt.
The Lovers' KarcwvU Quartet W. K.
Uritrlit liyei Wallz I-'arwell.
Qw.vn nt Hearts Gavotte Hiflefeld.
Heel and Toe Union fnnr JLiiils..lli:iidtr.
New Ve.irs' (Jrettir.tr Polka Eisenhnrn.
Von Steuben's Grand March Dressier.
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27 Stops, 10 Sets Reeds, $90
fti.kli.iifotunie NTW'M, W,,limtorEI.iiil
(w.uO'Uv.w.M.'tiil Vo.it l'lk,riiriphtlk-lkiw,Htii.it
fl.rinH, UuiiatiMjHS,l'wlit forMiiKH. Ilmulli's and
luillvrs for uxivliiJWllenity'ii r'ntHit Ktoii Ai'tinn. a
IMIIIMIII H hH'i THH. M,.bn..,,v..i. I......
jl.iniMid Ini'i-wifin. ( jj- I'acUiryTworklnif Jltv mul
Iiy iM lAvtm sMectrk! LlirhU ul M,l 1 to II Hunter
Kj5J I'rkf, Him, I, Oeltvpredonbourd (hff
Curalu'rctiiuul, Uook, Ac.unly XUU
f""!''! 'iiiiilrt,im.m.yii in'rii, notlilnir enn )ki fairer
I omc iiikI t'tuirlnri Ihe lnlriiiii iil. Livlve N. Y. t'ltv,
im lay nr CliiistupUerSi. l i rii n,K.) u. m. or I n, (ii
(f.m), .'xcitrniiiii iii!y i H linvo WnOilriKion nf 1 or
e.dOp.m. urrivlnpinT-. V, if S.sunrOji. iii.wiuiijtliiyirnr
rnul -sfmiiu lik'iivo. Klrhiiniwi,l'ftlb.,Iiotiiar .Ms
"Ifailtly'H Kn-uii-l.iri Ii.'lHi'l.,llviiL,r,l')p'm,i,, to laiy
ein;rei.'H 11 you tiuyj iiiiiioiiii;. witv, you lire welimitl
(mi h u llh utile ullviiiliinlia luei't.iill lmila.
tuherOnmna? H. tn. up. I'luuoforii'" il'ii to (miu
gpiinllftlliu.lniiwl ( HiiiluKU rrii. AJJium or villi upon
F. EEATTT, WadMagton, Naw JwaeJ
WORTH SENDING FOE.
Dr J. II. BCHENCK. ol rhiiiuleliihia.hiis lunt nub-
llahed a hook ou "l)!si"io nriheluncs and how
they can lie cured," which In ollurod free, postpaid
to all applicants. It contains valuable Information
for all w ho suppose themselves atlllcted with, or
liable to, any diseases o( tho throat or lnii);s. Ad
dress UK. J. H. BCUENCK & SON, (UK) Arch
street, VhiladdpUlo. I'. O. Ilox iS;.
TTTTiy IMl'HOVKn HOOT I1EKU. iv;
Jl IIIIjO packaga makes SRallnnsof a deli
cious, wliolesoino, spnrkl lug teuipernnro bev
eruga. Ak your druKUist, or srnt by mail for 'i'ic.
C. K. UIKES, 4H .V Dela. Ave., IMillada.
00J Dt ME0AL AWARDED
tnu A ii trior. A nun anil Knua HiI
luU Work,wfMTniiUtd the brnil anil
ohtiarsxt, indisiMinnaliln to ovi.ry
nian.iintillmt "uieHeumonol l.tfu
or.Belf l'rtw.rTAtun ;" noniiil in
timwt Kniioh uinslui, miilKKwil,
full Rilt.lt 10 pp.oonUius PenutiluJ
rt.ml euursviiuts, lift pmnerip
tums, prioii only $l.2Ii snt Iiy
iwnil now.AiIdrvtw I'nalioily Mwl-
FNdOT TflVQIl P leal Institntaor lr. W. II. PAR.
. K.UIU No- 4 liulliucu lL Uustoo.
N O T I C E.
Having' a lai-e stock of iiHtrumonts
on liautl, ami bclnir lOmut to place sonic
icw Htyli's npon tli market, we pro-
poso to oiicr tLe balance ot our present
utock of low-priced Oi ffaiiH at a consid
erable reduction FOR CASH until
Dealers about purchasing for Spring
Trade will do well to write us for
GEO. AVOODS & CO.
Q'JlPer week can be made lu any locality.
VvjjonnHlilug entirely new lor agents, $5 outfit
free. U. W. 1NUIIAIIAM A CO., Uoston, Mass-
ijini?eir. liiirliu. Mini.
drake, blillinn.t. anil
nmnyof tho but nicill-
Clncs known nte com
bined In 1'arker'iGliiMi
Tonic, Into medicine'
af tin. n varied powurs, as
to m.iko It the greatest
PIokiI l'urilicr and thn
IteNtorer Kter 1'srd.
Il cumi Khumatln,
SlceptcnMirss, & disiuKM
ofjlio Stomach, Unwell,
Lungs, Liver & Kidneys,,
Dittrrs, Ginrjer Esucnccs
and other 1'onlct, at It
M,t KhuwiiiVM llnlr I)
Ins. Nvtr full, to mini Uw
never Intoxlc.ue. IIUcox
& Co.,Oictiilits, M, Y,
w mUiCul wlor lu iy twlr.
Jtna alway boon one of tho most important
WHaponn wlulrti'd by the (nodical facility
Kliiht tho "incroachHiontu of Coughs, Collin,
Urom-hltln, Aiithma, Soru Throat, Consump
tion In Itn Inrlnlf.nt Hm iluaii..j) a.an..u an1
annum l'ot-paid. Slnyte Kot. 60 ctl.
Ko. 2 (New Series) Contains
I'd bo ft riiilterfly Son?.. Kichardi. $ 35
Oh, Gentle II irili Tenor Song Dennett. 40
The Itn.tic Leaves Duet Williams. 35
ThcCli.iicl I' em. or mix. voices..Krputzor. u6
Three I- ishera Quartet Hull.ih. 06
Sparkling Ileautv Walti Darker.. 3J
Picture Cards Hluette Itehreas. J5
Hoccardo March Kour Hands . Dri'ssIiT. to
Chiming Hell 1'olku. Kaphaeison. a
nn .,...;., ,.t - t ..l. . t . 1
OF ST. LOUIS, MO.
Which were totally destroyed by lira on May
und SoDtember'21. 1HH1. '
Orders are solicited for
Strictly Pure White Lead and Red Lead,
Uold-Pressed and Pure Dark Ca9tor
Oil, Raw and Double Boiled
Y0TTMt AFFrV IfyoowanttolearnTeloKTa
lv,'i,u 1111 p,y in a few months, and ha
certain of a situation, address Valentino Brothers,
A DVKUTISEItS! Rend for otir Select Mst of lo
lcnl NewspiwrH. lir-o. 1'. Ilowcll Jt Co., 19
.CJL"l'.Hl!15j . N Y. "
HulbertRros. Wholesale Price List.
4 Piano, " oct., sqnarc, rosewood, carved,
ACraffc ir,9 00
7 Piano, npr. oct., cabinet crand. ......... 171 Ou
13 Orj;an, 4 sots reeda, 9 stops & grand organ 69 00
09 " 6 seta roods, 13 stops, conpler, sub-bass 73 00
Our Pianos and OrganB warranted ftrst-class.
2 Violin outfit, box bow, strings, complete.... 3 00
3 " crcmona model, extra line 9 00
4 Accordeon, keys, bass box, fine tone 1 Ol)
0 " It) " 1 stop, 8 sets rm-ds, perfects 00
7 Month Otpaus, Vienna cuncert, SI holes 50
!) " Genu luo Klchter. 10 holes, t. 8. 24
11 " " concert double 24 holes " 109
14 Clurionot, fiennlno Martin, 0 keys, boxwood S 00
17 Fife, In ebony, German silver ferules..... B0
M Music box, 1 tune, crank, fine 1 10
1 " 8 tunes,, wind with lever, large 25 00
20 Violoncello, patent, machine head, good.. 10 00
2J Double Ilnss, patent hood, 3 or 4 strings.. 23 00
24 Guitar, maple, machlno head, fine finish.. 4 09
27 Banjo, 10 Inch, 4 brass brackets 2 00
2.S Cornet, brups cornpoeon style caeo ifccrooks 9
3i Drum, brass, Prussian, Ornamented
Gold violin, guitar oud banjo strings 'H. Bros.' 15
Silver " " " " " " j
Steel " ' " ' " " 5
Gut, Russian, Herman or Italian, best quality 15
Instruction Books, llowo's or Winners, any
instrument ,. jj
Haviuujust madu a mod trade for 100 Singer
Sewing Machines, will sell them Tor )fi5 each whilo
Money Is unite safe In commou lutter If plainly
Terms slrlctly cash with order. Will tako
Agents und dealerB send for our 40 page Catalogue
On above net wholesale palces agents cun make
100 per cent profit.
Call ou us when you come to St. Louis.
Keferetices: Any bank or wholesale hours lo
Ilulhert Bros. Is tha only General Wholesale
Music House In St. Louis.
DiJ Olive Street, Saint Louis, Mo.
TTAC'HM ENT NOTICK.
ptutc of Illinois, 1 In the Alexander Conn
yes. ty Circuit court, Slay
Alexander county. I Term A. D. 1H8J.
Alxsniler Ooldsmlib, Iku VV. Hlaw and Charles
Hi'liouur, nrmofUo dsmith.h. aw & Co. Plaint-
Strauss & Co. Defendants.
Notice Is hereby given that a snlt by attachment
has buen commenced In said cenrt lu favor of the
abov.i named plalutltl's agaiust the estato f said
defendants lor thu sum ol three hundred and nine-ty-llvu
dollars. rSmv, therefore, unless said de
fendiiuis shiill appear ou the first day of tho next
term of suld court, to be hidden at the court house
In Cairo, on the Hth day of May, A. 1). lt-s-j and
give hail and plead a required by law, Judgment
will he entered against them and thn estate so at
tacked sold. ALKX. 11. 1KVIN, Clerk.
Cairo, Illinois, March :11st, 18H2.
Uiikkn & Un. ii but, l'lauitifls Attorneys.
Htatb or Ilusoih,
) Iu tho Alei
s. county circuit
, j May term, A. D
ALKXANDKltl DI'NTT. I .MllV term, A. V. lOOJ.
John Bishop plalutlll.
V. H. Jameson and P. 11. Smith, firm of Smith
Jameson- deleudauls. Io atluolnuent.
Notice Is hereby given that a suit by attachment
has been commenced In said court In favor of tlio
above namutt.pliilutlu", against the estate of said
defendants, for the sum of two hundred and fifty
one 2.V1UI dollars. Now, therefore, unless said
defendants shall appear on thu first day of the uoxt
term of said court, to be holden at the court bouse
In Cairo, ou the eighth dity of May, A. 1). 1H82, and
give bail ami plead at required by law, Juagment
will ho entered agaiust them, and the estate so at
tachsd sold. ALEX. U. 1KV1N, Clerk.
Cairo, Illinois, April II), IKHJ
Walts Waruk, l'lalntllls attorney.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A vlutlin of youtlj'ul linpmdonoa eautiuff fwuia
for Decay, Nurvons Debility, Lost Manhood, to4
bavinx tried In vain every known rmdy, has dta
ovvM a simple self euro, which ho wtU K-ml FKE9
tu his hillow-tufleroril. address J, U. UtO tM.
i& CUHlllOMi hU - " !