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THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
.Term ot 8 upaori tti on.
rnKiov i'ohtauk: v I
'oiijr one year ny earner
Dally, one year ny mall $! 00
Daily, one montb 1 00
Weekly, one year Sim
WeHly.d month 1 "0
ty!ibs olflvo or more for WueUly llulletin l
Olio time, per year, $1 Ml
I INVAIllAIH.y IN AIVAN('B.
All CummuitUuUoiiH should b addressed to
K. A. llL'KN KTT,
Publisher and l'rurtotiir.
14 a preparation of protoxide of Iron, Peruvian
park and the l'hoaphati a, associated Willi tlia
Vegetable Aromatli.ti. Kii'lniwd hy II ic Medical
I'rofi mton, and n-coin mended hy tlieiu fur Ilya
pepalia, (.rnrl ItrMllty, ft'nnal lla
rain, IV ana of V Itallly, Nrrvoua Proa
Irullon, lnralnrar from fewer
nil I lirnnlo 4 hill nod Fevrr. Ilstrvea
awry purpone whuru a Tunic In uucewiary.
fiinafittartd kj The Dr. Darter StJicine Co, SLlouii
The following la one of the very many teitlmo
tUiln we are receiving dally:
Untrmm: Home tlirrc nionthii ago I began tl".8
gu of Iu. II (Hi ku'h Iuun Tomc, upun the ad
Tire uf many friend who knew lie lrlues. 1 wa
antfirin(j from gvaeral debility to auch au exteut
that Ui) labor waacxi'KCdliMily uuMenaouietouje.
A vacation of a month did not give me much ro
lltf, but on Itio contrary, wal followed by In
err awl prostration aud alnkliii chills. At Uiil
tin. I began the uau of your ikon Tome, from
which I realized almost Immediate and wonderful
rtull)i. The old eneiyy relurned and I found that
tny natural force wj, not permanently abaltd. I
have used three bottle of the Ton ic. Since using
It 1 lnvt dune twice the labor that I ever did In the
same lline during my lllue, aud with double the
.. With Uie traii'iull nerve and vhforofbody,
La come al'o a eU arneoa of thought uever before
anjoyed. If the Tunic ha not d..ne Ui Work, 1
know not what. 1 rive It the credit.
4. r. WA raoV,
Troy.O., Jan. J, IS78. fraalor t UrtaUan Church.
Sile by Druggists and G antral Dealers Every when
UpraJOH. mi mi, H raid a, Brtil, Hnrt
ne, KhrumiitlNm, HoIIn, flcert, old
for, TMIharho. Hendnriir, Nore
TUrout, AHilutta, lloarmt-ut-an,
Ac, VC, Ac.
JTSTIS P. FfLTOV, P. I., Lrooklrn. V.Y.
"rrovllii luilf t be a iKvewntr lu on r home."
P. A. HISTKKVU.T, M. 1)., NuhTllle. T-mn
Hare naca laiye quautitlca of IVXWti EXTKACT
In tvj practice."
Mm. S. II. HK'OWi, Matrou, Homo of Itltat
Childreu. "We Audit niont ilLcwioua aud uao
tul." C a'Ulon.-POJTD'S EXTRACT I eold ony la
bottle wlih the uamo blown In thn ft'afs.
air' It U uncae t J uw other article with onr
AliwUona. Inaixt on having POSD'd tillUCT.
EcfUK all luiiUtioL and aubetltntea,
erEn.vL rnr.rARAnoNH o? povivs rx.
'XIWT COMULSKO WITn THE H'BUI
ASK MOST I'KI.lrATK PKHr CiliiJ
FOU LALiU-1' UoClMJUi.
rOM)'$ KXIUAIT 60-.,f 1.00 and tl.75
Toilet Oam l.GO
Lip Nalia tb
Toilet Soapi3cako) 60
HwllraUd Paper... ti
Orion amouutiug to t3 worth, acnt cxpraaa free
ob ructlpt of tuocy or P. 0. order.
dr-Oi'a New Pnarr -ira U'jnrmr or ora
PbO'.kiTiuM, Ek.T ihXE ox ai'i-ULAitoK to
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
14 W. lath St.. Mew Tota,
For s quarter of a century or morn HoKtettrr
Btnruanli llillerc Uu been the nrfuuluu apectilc for
rnll.'Ktloti, .lypen.ltt, fever and i:ue.a lona ol
phvuicHl Kt imlna, liver complaint and othur dlnor
dor", ali'l h l'''" iuohI emphatically ludol-aed by
mediciil men n u health and Mri'iufth reetnratlve.
H contilerartK a tendency to prelum lire decay, ahd
lKuetainaand com fortii the ai;ed and Infirm. '
Fo mlo by all Uralste and ilealew ueuurally.
narae.eltacUoa the MVUK, IlOlVtLS
aud KIUNC.S at the name time.
Saeaoae It oloanite the ay item of Uie polaon-
oua humor that develoua In Kidney and Urt.
narv IIIbmm. DlUouane, Jaiuidlne, CoMU.
pUon,FllM, or la Uheumaluim, Neuralgia, I 1
IIDVTOua illfOruoiw alio M uuiluu wuiywNiw.
SEJS WHAT PBOPLD Bk
Rngmii M. Htork, of Jimotlon City, Kar,ww,
iaya, Klilni.y Vr ort ouioa linn aiur reHuu-r u
Hlrlaiia had be
non trying for four yeaja.
nKr. J.ilin Arnall, of Waahlimtoii,
hrboyMRlvnuptodle hy four I
iihyah'lana aud that be waa aiUrwaxdi
irwaxda oured by
II. M, D. Goodwin, anoilllorlii Charrton, Ohio.
Havuhawaaiiot eii't'd to lln, belli if bluateil
I hil.anrf l,.,llnr. but Kllllh'J Wol t CUred llllll,
...... r , U., n III Niili.in. N. .. WITH
lliat nevoii yiwra miirerlnn from klltiX trouble j
mid other eiiiiipUottUoui "a nded by the u.u or
loha R. Uwrenra of Jarkain. Tenn., ajnlfitrorl
for yuan from llr aud kidney trouble and
after Uln "lriU of other medloUioa,
KtdueyWuri made hlin well.
J Mji-ha-il Ooto of &xwA ffi
-Srm S!' VrV-ildney-yVort maa. him
" wall e or,
I 11' H' ' i
i LIVER COMPLAINTS,
Constipation and Pilot
I tar It la nut np In lry Veaelahl Farm In
I tin cxuia, one paekaira ..f whleli inajii.i 'l""-
UntraUil, for Uioao that caimo raadlly pro
If II aria WIS uil jlefMH l 'I'"" ,)f"
OCT IT AT Til It imWKMTS. PRICB.
IWBLLH, B1CIIABD80N Co., Trop'i,
i riwi via
I I i
bwoanng a uninainan.
A F t o e 1 1 a r and PatillngOaie.
In tho police court yestorday after
noon, nays tho Montreal W'Uwxh, tho
cawi of AIunduTillo againKt Fonr. Loi wan
up beforu Mr. Diipriw. It neoilwiarccly
bo sum mat rong Loi m a Uiluuruan,
and a luundrynian.
a cabin on St. Cuthitrino Strict, whero
Lei waa winit rKimo wooks ago to runo
vatu tho linen of liiu ciiHtomorit. Mando
villo sworn that Ltd had damaged his
property by dontroylri a counter, paint
tid brown, which wa in the nhop. Tho
pluintill' and liiu witneHses made out thufr
cas?!, and then thn defonno wa-s called.
Song Long wan the first witness, a dark
eyed, cheerful Celestial, who certainly
looked as if ho had his wiu about him.
"What is your name?" said tho clerk.
"What aro you?" naid the magistrate.
"No what do you txdievo inP"
"Mo believe in anything," replied tho
accommodating ou of Confucius.
"How do you swear?" persisted the
"Mo no s wear at alien, " deprccatingly,
and in a half-injured tone from tho
Tho court then remembered having
heard of a Chinaman who was sworn by
treUins on his knees and breaking a
"Do you swear on a saucer?" quoth
tne of the clerks.
"No, me don't" responded Song, and
as the awful knowinguess of the clerical
inquisitor thrust itsnaf upon his mind, he
(iueried. "You know that etir
A pause ensued, and the court gathered
strength for a fresh atracK.
"Aro you a Iiuddhist?" was asked.
"Mo know not what you say. What
you talkee about?" and a suspicious
glanco fell upon the interrogator.
"What religion do you belong to?"
"To the Statoof Ohio," was tho singu
"VV ero you born tbcro?"
"No, mo come in a big ship from 1
At least ten syllables of puro Chinese
rolled from tho witness's rnouth as he
pronounced the name of his birthplace.
'im. ... t.., ... .i... .,..,. ..:.
1 ue tuuu bv tik-it uuuju vu mu cjiii;iu.huii
that ho could swear by crossing his
hands on his heart, and tho ceremony
was accordingly clone in that way.
The Celestials were finally remanded un
til somo future day.
The Mound Builders.
Wbai 1 Known aad What i Ouesaed of the Pre
In his lecture before tho New York
Academy of Sciences tho other evening,
on the prehistoric races of tlio American
Continent l'rufcssor John S. Newberry
furnished, perhaps, the linest and most
lucid summary that has yet been given
of the present statfl of our verified scien
tific information as to tho mound build
ers, tho house builders, the Aztecs of the
South, aud the condition of tho arts of
civilization among these representatives
oi lost typos, ho many ingenious scion
tilic romances have K:en elaborated by
speculative antiquaries a to tho origin
of these races, and their possible relation
to tho prehistoric tyiK-s of the Old
World, that such a ruumo as Dr. New
berry gave of what is actually ascertain
ed or fairly inferable from tho data of
mouD'ls, pottery, inscriptions, textile
fabrics, aud other remains, is peculiarly
valuable to tho general student, who, be
wildered by speculative theories clever
ly interlaced with facw, and sadly puz
zled by remote inferences stated as ven
lied information, linds himself without
a starting point for the formation of an
opinion. While not sharing in the fa
natic enthusiasm that places these races
in advance of the contemporary civiliza
tions of the prehistoric races of Europe
and Asia, and while taking no part in
tho endeavor to trace relation between
them, Dr. Newberry concedes their pro
ress in certain arts and the magnificent
scale upon which their public works
wero constructed. He regards tho
mound builders of the Valley of the
Mississippi, nniong whom the symbolic'
al form appears to have been neglected
in tho construction of their works of
sepulture, and the races further West
who built in tho frms of birds and now
extinct animals, as belonging to tho
same primitive stock, now probably rep
resented by a few tribes of Western
Indians Indians so called for want of a
better name, but differing in ancestral
descent from the savage hordes to whom
that term has been appropriated as wide
ly as tho Arab differs from the Persian.
Unfortunately for science, and, perhaps,
fur Dr. Newberry's view of tho subject,
tho remains of textile fabrics that were
buried in tho mounds have been destroy
ed by time and dampness, with tho ex
ception of a few shreds, which have
been preserved by tho salts of copper
generated by the utensils with which
they were originally interred. These
shreds aro not sufficient to establish an
identity of design between tho textile
products of the mound builders aud the
curious blankets manufactured by cer
tain hoiisw building tribes extant at tho
present day. Evidences derived from
physical structure are, however, by no
means to bo disregarded in iHieh cases,
and hero tho testimony is strikingly in
favor of the hypothesis that tho descend
ants of tho mound builders tiro, to bo
sought in certain types of so-cnlled In
dians in the far West Dr. Newberry
has made a largo and valuable collec
tion of tho textile fabrics bearing upon
the question, and it is a singular fact
that the distaff in use among these tribes
and tho mode of weaving aro exactly
identical with those of tho ancient races
of the Old World. One iiiuhI not bo
misled by such coincidences, which,
though striking and curious, arc, like
philmogicnl analogies and resemblances
of root words, to say nothing of designs
in the decoration of pottery, insulllcieut
grounds for the assertion of a theory.
If, as prehistoric geographers contend,
the area now occupied uy the Indian
Ocean was once the seat of a densely
populated continent, it is very possible
that some historical relation may bo fi
nally mado out between the primitive
races of tho great continents on tho stir-
faco of tho globe, but at tho present
juncture, as Dr. Newberry shows, there
is not even sulllclent basis for the most
shadowy impression to that effect, New
Monsieur Zola is said to have been so
determined to mako his picture of a
great Parisian shop realistic, that he got
employment under a feigned name in
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOKN1NG, APKIL
Absonco of Mind.
A citizen, who was Hurried and an?rv.
entered a German grocery on Antoine
Mrcct. ana caned out to tho ownort
"Why do you keep a dog around hero
to eat folks up?"
"Didt my dog eat you oop?" was the
Innocent query in reply.
"iNot quite; but no tore my coat hall
off my back, and you' ve got to pay for
"Well, it w ill cost two dollars to eet
S repaired, You pay it, or I'll have the
O, I'll pay dot" said tho grocer:
and ho did, but tho man was hardly out
of sight before the gfoocr jumped a foot
high and called out:
"Dimder and blitzen, but I vhfts dor
greatest shackass in America! Why, I
sells.dot dog to my fader-in-law uioro
as six weeks ago!"
The Hickory Nut Dodgo.
A certain laborer attending a plaster
er who was "first-coating" on tho third
story of a house found that ho had too
much to do; lor, worn as nam as no
could, the plaster-board was alwa)'s
empty and the plasterer waiting when
ho got tit). Ai lasi no ieu upon a novel
way of lightening his labor. Ho pur
chased three mita worth of hickory nuts,
and, putting a lew among the mortar in
the hod, he emptied it on tho board.
Tl plasterer, seeing a nut sticking
among the lime ns ho was laying it on
tho wall, picked it out, and, cleaning it
with his apron, cracked tho shell ana
ato tho kernel. Repetition of this sev
eral times took up so much of his time
that when the hodman came up with
tho next hod. very little of tho former
one had been used. The hodman put in
a few moro whenever he was falling
behind, and at night told his boss that
if he would add a quarter a day to his
wagej ho would keep any two plaster
Chills aud Fever Malaria.
"The undersigned has no hesitation in
asserting that the judicious use of Sim
mon's Liver Regulator aa a preventive aud
tonic to tho system, will secure immunity
from the weakening and dangerous effects
of malaria and will effect a cure of chills
and fever ami all malarial disorder. II.
II. Jones, Ed Macon, Ga., 'Telegraph."
lidw aro of imitations gotten up on the
popularity of Simmon's Liver Regulator.
' Your Spring Blossom is a success. I
certainly think its effects are wonderful ; all
the dyspeptic symptoms I complained ot
have vanished, my wife is also enthusiastic
in praise of it; she was disfigured by
blotches and pimples on her face, and had
a continuous headache. She is all right
now and all unsightly eruptions have gone.
You may refer any doubting parties to me.
K. M. Williamson,
Elk street, Buffalo."
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents. P.
G. Schub, A
By the unthinking, Burdock has been
considered a weed, and its luxuriant
growth, unpleasant smell, etc., has ren
dered it, to those "not knowing Us virtues,"
a nuisance, and yet the root has long been
acknowledged by savants as most invalu
able as a diuretic, aperient and blood puri- j
Cer. Burdock Blood Bitters embody all
its good qualities. Price $1.00, trial size
10 cents. P. O. Scbuh, Agt.
How's the Haby
"How's the baby?" "His croup is bet
ter this morning, thank you. We gave
him some of Thomas' Eclectric Oil as you
advised, doctor, and shall give him some
more in an hour or so." Next day the doc
tor pronounced tho youngster cured. P.O.
If Adam had a game of "fifteen"
placed in his hand at an early period of
his existence, the whole courso of history
might have been materially altered for the
better, and if biliousness, indigestion, Bick
headache or dyspepsia wero unknown,
Spring rlossom would not be needed.
'rice 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents. P. O.
Years of Suffering. .
Mrs. Barnhart, cor. Prat and Broadway,
Buffalo, was for twelve years a sufferer
from rheumatism, and after trying every
known remedy without avail, was entirely
cured by Thomas' Electric Oil. P, O.
Among the Follies of the Age"
which the introduction of Sozodont long
since exploded, was the use of abrasive
and corrosive tooth preparations, which
either contained minerals which scratched
their enamel, or. acids which dissolved it.
Sozodont, a health promoting substitute for
these empirical articles, is a botanic, skill
fully prepared, highly sanctioned prepara
tion, which not only beautifies, cleanses
aml'invigoratcs saffron oclored and defective
teeth, but divests the breath of an objec
tionable odor and restores to it that of
oi nil description arc renevcu at once, ami
.. i . , ... , . . , . . .. .... i
speedily cured by Kidney Wort. It seems
intended py uaturo tor the curo ot all dis
eases of tho kidueyB caused by weakness
and debility. Its great tonic powers aro
especially directed to tho removal of this
class of diseases. We know of persons that
havo suffered for thirty years that have been
permanently cured by taking Klkney Wort
a short time. Try it, either liquid or dry.
The Rev. Oito. II, Tiiayeji, of llnurbon,
Iud., says : "Roth myself and wife owe our
lives to Slnloh s Consumption Cure.
On Thiiiv Day's Trial.
Wo will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Belts and other Electric Appli
ances on trial for iiO days to young men
and other persons afllicted with Nervous
Debility. Lost Vitality, etc., KUaranteeing
speedy relief and complete restoration of
vigor and manhood. . Also lor nncuma-
tism. Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney tlilllcultios, Rupture, and mony other
diseuses. Illustartod pamphlets sent free.
Address Voltaic Belt.Co., Marshall, Mich.
Are you made miserable by Indigestion
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
Yellow Skin! Shiloh's Vitalizer ia a posi
Wnr will too cough when Shiloh's
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10 cents, SO cents and (1. 11
Allen's Brain Food positively euros nerv-
ousncss, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. l. 5 for 3. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave, N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros. N
Shiloh's Catauhii Remedy a
cure for Catarrh. Diptheria and
To all who arc suffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth, norvons weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, tfcc, I
will send a recipe that will curo you, free
of charge. This great remedy was discov
ered by a. missionary in South America..
Menu a sen addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Innmn, Station D, New York
'IIackmktack,' a lasting and fragrant per
fume. Price 25 and 50 cents. 1U
Itih the Heioiit 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 Tunic. We havj known the
sickest families mado tho healthiest by
timely use of this pure Tnedicine. Ob
server. SiiiLon's Cuue will immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping cough and Bron
Goto Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman 'b
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability or color are unequalud. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds Directions in English
and German. Pnce 15 cents.
A nasal LVKCToit free with each Isittle
of Shiloh's . Catarrh Remedy. Price 50
Where machinery is used tho Drew Oil
Cun will save 50 per cent, of oil. Write
for circular. Borden, Selleck & Co., St
Louis, Mo. (2)
Inflamed eyes and eyelids promptly
cured by Roman Eye Balsam. E. Ferret,
Agt., 372 Pearl St., N. Y. City. (2)
Foil Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint
you will have printed guarantee on every
bottle oi builoh b Vitalizer. It never tails
to cure. 15
Indian Blood Syrup.
TTTIln I'vppppplii, Liver Ms
I'll tJ IJ'V1 e,,s''"- Fever and Atrtus
Ill ll It ilA Kueumiitism, IMojikv,
V U XX JLIiKJ Heart PiseHne.HlliouN-
m n, .lerioun ui'uiiii
TI1K BEST EEMEUY KX0WN TO MAN ! j
Twelve Thousand Bottles !
Sold Since 1870!
This Svrnn domormi varied tironrrtlei: It tim-
tilalei tho ptyallne in the aallvn, which convert
the narch and nugar of the food Into cluconu. A
deficiency in ptyaiine catiaes wind and nuiirini; ol
the food in the itom&ch. If the medicine jgtaccn
immediately after ealinp, tho femieiitatlnn ol lord
It arts upon the Liver.
It arts upon the Kidneys,
It Regulates the Bowels,
It Purllles the Wood.
It Quiets the Xervous System.
It Promote s Digestion,
It Nourishes, Stn-nirthrns snil InvlgorRtcs,
It Carries off the Old Blood and makos New,
It Opens the Torrs of the Skin and Induces
It netitralir.cfi the hereditary taint, or tiolson In
the blood, which (jeneraleH Scrofula, ErvHlpvlae,
and all manner of Sklu Plscaee Hnd lulurnal bu
nion, There are no spirit employed In Ha manufacture
and It can be taken by thu Liui-t dolicate babe, or hy
the aged and fuehlo, euro only bulug required In ul
tonlli n to direction".
uaiva, iionry County, Ills.
I w an miflerlnir from Sick Headache and Dln.l-
ncNH so thut I could not attend to my liouneliold du
tleri, and a short trial of Ur. flnrk Johnson's Indi
an Blood Syrup cU'ectuully cured mo.
Waterman r-tiittoti, DeKalh Co., Ills.
Thlc 1 to certify that Dr Clnrk Johnson' Indian
Blood Hyrun has cured me of Palu In the Pack. It
Is a valuable, medicine. iMH.S WOOD.
Centre Ulll, White Co., Ark.
This Ii to certify that 1 va afflicted with Palpi
tation of thu Heart for muny years. I tried illllur
out doctors, whoso prescriptions tended moro to
weaken mo than they did to strengthen. 1 n I nut
res lvod to try Ur. Clnrlt Johnson' Indian lllood
Hymp, which proved to bo a positive euro not on
ly curing tho Heart Disease, but also a Wick Head
ach which hid been troubling me.
MHa JIAUY A. NKAL.
I was afillcted with Llvor Comiilitlnt and llvsoeti
via and fatlod to sot relief, althoiiirh uslnit modi
cities from our best doctors. 1 commuiiced uxlni!
Dr. Jobnsou e Indian lllood Hymp, and a short trial
cured mo. 1, W. UIS1NU, alollnu. 111.
This rortltlei that Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian
lllood Hyruu has etloclually cured me of Dvsnomiia,
Too much cannot be said In timlso of It.
W. a. WLnMEK, nudford, Mo.
Agents wanted for tho salo of thu Indian lllood
Syrup tn every town or village, In which 1 havo no
auiil. mrucuinre Kivvn ou application.
DHUai8T8 SELL IT.
Ubratory 77 Wont 3d (t., N. Y. City.
HORACE T (JEN EH,
Wholetale denier in
All Steam Dreiied,
10 Woodward Ave.
Send lo' price.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A TloMm ofyonUuTul Imrrudenoe conln l'roma.
tare Pocay, Kervou Politllty, Lost Manhood, ote.,
havlnv trlwl in vain avarv Itnnwn romedv. ha di
oovamla sitnploiiilf euro, wliioUbowill lend FUE11 ,
. . . . ... ai . , m wm aaa.-a.lB.aA.
iwin .i wjn r m -jm
2 $8. si
o Jt3 3TWi i'a
tc is Mm ii - -ess
nsi O t(l AlA ll. iil. .
uvn dot. lit s
For couth, Coliln, ioruilimat, broncliltls. aalhtna.
brow, client and lumen. r
hut it. h,LN i.e,.r bm. ..i. ....i
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The TOLU. ROCK
feOLD BY JJRCGCIISTS, GltOf.'KR8
l'ubll4l Mtinthljf, i'Hre $:t.oo prr
No. 1 (New Series) Contains
fottai'C hv the PJver Song A; Clio Doll nss. f n
Over the Se.i Soiie: Cho I. M. North.
O Hm,hTln;e,.Mv l!aly Kicliard.
Ve l.itie llirds (Junrtet Smart.
The Lovers' I-arewell Quartet . . W. 1).
Illicit Kvo Waltz l atwell.
Ouei-n o( llenrts t.uvoUc . ... Hielifelil.
Ileel Hnil I oe Uriliip four Jl.ind
new cars- oruetmg 1'olka ..
on Slciilicn's Urand March Dressier.
Ihroat, client and lunH.
Balsam of Tolu f
siemn-lerthe ahT,! ,0"lc tu h""l "P
WffwUitiFjy''? WTTLFS FOR FAMILY USE, PEICR 11.00 jyj
CAI.J 1 JON! ptoffi
the uemimu haaa priviito die proprletnrv Htmnpon each l.oltlu. mrte-
a;i,t..i.L....:'i, ..:ji-.,;.'i; t - - ;;llr J ia..- nm.m,n
A Trial Trip Nos. I and 2 mailed pint-paid, on receipt of 75cts., or four months for Ji.oo. "
Address: j. L. PETER3, 307 North Fifth Street, St. Louis. Agency for Chasb
I'lANos, ItAY State Okoanh, Ditson's Editions &: Send for our Illustrated Price List.
NEW AD VERTIHKl! KNTM.
27 Stops, 10 Sets Roeds, $90
ivii ronipio lineup r a nil's, ivnlnutr
. 6l t.vi'.M,'t(Ll tool I lulia rnrlirlo II.
MiniiKS, umirfiui)jlijtl'npiet for Mimic llruilli-a ami
K.W AM) MIVl'l, lltlMUHUO (mu-nuit"!
I SOU Mill H M eO'HK, Saa-MoviT WI0 a m.-mli
drinniifl imrwuilriR'. If- t"n.ctorywiirkliiir IHY ami
r.NH. hHht-iov,r 1010 a 11
!- t"n.ctorywiirkliiii IH'
1: Lh'lila ut Ml.HT lo nil .
pSjil'rlw, lloie.l, Delivered onboard Bff
3" Carabrre.Mnul. Hook. Ae...,ul .ItJ
.i wiirKin r.ni:ini: 1.1001 til nit. II I lo 1111 onlr
If a1rT,mr-'tuilnia't:JVimnlTlrm 0jn uni I mill
( omeolMlexuoihie IheinatriKncnt.
.(n.ltt. m.n.TiiniA iwr,., nolhlllff cun 1. fnlrer
LenvuN. Y. City,
fare, tui'iimon only f.'aM. Lnvo Waahintrton nf lor
S.Sili. in. niTivIng Inf.. V. lit n So or Vn. ill (uiniOluyiror
rTiiit.-Mfpc.ii, tii.-;ii-o. Kl-'liii.oint. 1'liiov. jrot-toii, .Vi!.,m-o
' Hatty 'al'wurxioii Ji. nli, 'In-uLu-, ") tAuJI.iwl to nay
c t. u-h If yoiilmy i i.Miiiyay, yon hih weli-niiu.
Kn-el'onrTi i lilt polio. iiiteniliintHifieelaull t rntna.
Ulhi'i-Orir oiaijio. fit). f.: llmiofoni-H il'jft to
'li-miUflllu.lrilMl I alaloiiui, fro. Aildrua or cull UajU
SlEL P. EEATTY, vTiuhlugton, New JersiJ
i nn inv or i irLiiiioii'-rMi i-f-rricM. i n in
W0KTII SENDING FOR.
Dr J. H.SCHlSNCK.ol l'htluilvlphta.lmajiiat pub-
lieued a book on "DIjii-i"!' uf the lung and how
they can he cured," whimi Is oileted freo, iiostpaid
to all applicants. It coutitins valuable Information
for all w ho supposo themselves afflicted with, or
liable to. any diseuses ol thu tluoator luns, Ad
dress DK. J H . St'llKNCK it SON, W0 Aruii
street, l'hlliidolphln. r. O. Ilox iS?X
TI'TPUU IMl'KOVKD HOOT I1EEH. iM!
IIAAVJiO packagu mukes Sgnllatisof a deli
cious, wholesome, sparkling temperance hey
ora,'C. Al; your druggiHt, or sent by uiiiil for 'c.
v. c.. uuois, i(i ueia. avo., riniiuin.
1 0 ID MEDAL AWAROED
tho AuUlor. AliMWamlk-i.ml atod.
tcul Work.wrrran Uxl l.i. li.mL nil
elliiaiMmt. tniliaiMiniiahlu to .ivory
nr,i'ii rnmnrvaiinn j" ImhiiuI in
full uill.:n IMi.eouUniiH iieautilul
stool iiKrarinirs, l'li pnwuii.
tioiiu, priro only ifl if) (win hf
Ihnnfl nnw.Aililrima I'ktOmmI M.mI.
niieav rn-ncn uiiuiin.fftiinoa.-WH1.
UNOW THYSELF. K lilw"NiU4ulilucht! Itontiia!
K 0 T I C E.
Having a larga stock of iustninieiits
on hand, and bclnyr about to place sonie
new styles upon the market, we pro
pose to offer the balance of onr present
stock f low-priced Organs at a consid
ernble reduction FOR CASH until
Dealers about purchasing for Spring
Trade will do well to write us for
GEO. 'WOODS & CO.
Qonl'er week can bu made lu any locality
Something eutlrolv nuw for agent, 5 on tilt
U. VV. I.NG IIA1IAM CO., llustoti, Muss-
(Jinger, Hiiclm, Man
drake, Stilliiiiii.1, and
many of tho bint medi
cines known ara com
bined In Parkcr'aGlngM
Tonic, Into a medicine
f sue Ii vai led powers, na
to) niake It the greatcil
l ooii run her niut tna
lteatorer l.rr Uasd.
It cure Klitumiitiam,
SlrcpleMnna, & ilijeacia
otllio Munmrli, liowci,
iwUirul uolur lu iv lialt. & Co. . ChcmUt. N. Y.
alh-. lint f I 1rm. Iwovr Havllit llnvln IVWUr Hit.
Hair oaisam. teTtTEiilr.
Tl IW.t, Cl.i.l. and ll't ni. (iligfr kaaeiiccs
M.i KnoiimnU liair ln... nd other Tonic, a It
in.. Niivw lain w ni.inra iiu never intoxicates, iiiacox
i nns niiod Anmhi v
nneinm.nla. i.,.nmin,T,in ,r ,n........
' ' uu '"
Iu always been ore of tho moat Important
weanon wielded hv thu muillm! fnrnitu
iiuslnm tho cneioachuieuts of CoiiKhs, Cold,
llroiicliltl, AMthma. Sore Throat, Consump
tion In It Incipient ami advanced atBge. and
''- " ino tnr int. CDiiHt and
ur in me rmeiirutHrt Tu n, Hock and Uv
AND DkALKKS EvERYWIlKBE.
ininum J'tmt-pntJ. Single JVot . OO of.
No. 2 (New Series) Contains
I'd he a llutterfly Song Hifharda. $ 35
(h, (Jeiitle HinU Tenor Sonjf lu nnctt. 40
The Ku.stic Leiues Duet Williama. 35
Thct'hiipel h um. or mix, voices. Krciitzcr. 06
Three Hi. hers Quartet Hiillah. 06
Sparkling Id-aiifv Waltz Marker. JJ
Picture I arils llluette riehreaa. IJ
lloecaeeio March Knur Ilanda .. Drewiler. 53
Chiminif Hells Polka, Hnphaclion. 3J
0P ST. LOUIS, MO.
Which wero totally deetroyod tiy Sro on
aud September 21, 1881,
A HE REBUILT
OrdorB aro solicited for
Strictly Pure White Lend and Red Lead,
Cold-Pressed and Puro Dark Castor
Oil, Raw and Doublo Boiled
YOIINf MFN Ifyoa wanttoIearnTelegra
Y, . . Py In a few mouths, and ba
certain of a "Ituutlon, addresa Valentine Mothers,
Janesvllle, W 1. ,
A IIVKKTISEKS t scud for our Uelert List of lo
"ohI Newnpanerii. tieo. P. Howell 4, Co., 19
I'rtter Htrei t. X. Y.
Hulbert Bros. Wholesale Price List.
4 Plauo, 7 oct, square, rosewood, caived,
auraffe M $150 00
7 Piano, upr. 1 oct., cabinet graud. ....... 174 Ou
13 Orguu, 4 seta roeds, 9 topn & grand organ 59 00
08 " 8 nets roods, 18 stops, coupler, sub-bans 73 W)
Our I'iauoi and Orgun warrautvd first-class.
i Violin outfit, box bow, strings, complotu.... 3 00
8 " croinona model, extra fine 9 00
4 Aceordoou, (J keys, bass box, fine tone 1 00
,! " 10 " 1 stop, Saets reeds, perfects 00
7 Mouth Organ, Vienna cuncert, 21 hole 60
1) " UontilnoKlchtor, 10 holes, 0, 8. 24
11 " " concert double U4 holes " 1 09
II Clarionet, genuine Martin, 6 keys, boxwood 5 00
1" Kifn, In ebony, German silver ferules...... &0
lii Music box, t tune, crank, flno ;.. J 10
19 " 8 tunes,, wind with lever, large as 00
-1 Violoncello, patent, machine head, good. . 10 00
'ii Double Hiiss, patent htmd, 8 or 4 strings.. 21 00
ii (lultar, muplo, machine head, flno flu inn.. 4 no
57 Banjo. HI Inch, 4 brass hrarkets t 00
'S Cornet, bnns cornpoeon stylo case Acrooka 9
H" Drum, brass, Prussliin, Ornamented
(Sold violin, guitar and banjo strings 'II. Bros.' 15
Silver " " " " " " j
Steel " " " "
Gut, Ittlesiun, German or Italian, best quality 15
Instruction Books, Iluwo's or Winners, any
IUvlugjiist made a good trndo for WO Singer
Sewliiu Miichiuos, will sell thorn for f J5 oachwhlla
Money Is quitu safe lu common letter If plainly
Terms strictly cash with order. Will taka
Agents and dealers send for our in-page Catalogue
On above net wholesale pulces agents can make
100 percent profit.
Cull on us when yon come to 81. Louis.
Hofercucoa: Any hank or wholesale hours to
Hulbert llros. Is the ouly General Wholesale1
Music llunsolti St. Louis.
!l.':l Olive Street. Saint Louis, .Mo.
Tho Garfield Memorial Picture
Size 19x24, Inches. Trlee 25 cts.
AN ELEGANT KNG RAVI NO
yhomo, comprising scenes and tncldonts
tn the 111
Ifo of (litrlleld, from thu tow-path to the
Wo ofi'ur :V 0 pur cent: profit to ageuts, and
n he said In every house. Send to-one-cent
one can he sum In every I
stamp for samplo copy and agents' terms. Wa
guarantee 8!, a day to litems. Address
J. S. OGILVIK A CO., Publishers,
1'. 0. Ilox 117117) at Iloso itroet, New York.
ICB TO CONTHACTOIl S,
OrrieK oc Crrv Ctmiu, Cairo, 111., April 81st,
Healed proposals will bo received at this offlco
ur.tll up to the time of tho meeting of the city
council on Tuesday May Sud 1WH, for thu removal
of garbaue from the dllturont realdouces and hotels
lu the olty, for the months: May, September, Octo
ber Nov'mbur, March and April, twice lu each week ;
for thu month of June, July and August lx days
in ouch week, and for the mouth of Deoember,
January aud Kehrnary In each wuek a per section
VTi, chapter 10 of the revlaud ordinance of tho city.
The place of deposit not to be lea than one mile
from tho city limits. A Rood and sulllclent bond
of f UXJ must accatiipauy eacb bid.
Tho right lo reject any and all hid reserved by
the city. l). J. Polkt, City Clerk.
OTICS TO CONTRACTORS.
Orrica or Citt Clshx, Cairo, Ills, April list
Healed proposals will be received at this offlca
until mnuilnii of the city council on Tuesday May
Und lHhg, for furnishing such lumber a the city
may require for the year ending May 1st 18S3;
said lumber to he of good and sound whit or burr
oak, white or yellow pine or Cyprus, free from
sap or unsound knots anil of anrh dimensions as
may bn required and to bo delivered la surl) quan
tities, times aud places, within tho corporal lim
its as the rnmmlttno on streets may direct. A
good and uitk'toni bond ol l'lv hundred dollar
must accompany each bid.
Tho right lo reject any and all bid reserved by
Ilia city. O i, Fou, City Clerk. '
1 r ii u ii u Li iirr
one of tho largest, aji4 temjiiud tlwo
hvo euro. 10
ya aa inuow-auuerun, wuiruaa aa. i a - r
U tbstliaia MU. N. Y.