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THE CAIRO BULLETIN,
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
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INVilllABI.V IN ADVANRI.
All Corauiuulcallone should Im addressed to
11. A. HUll.NKTT.
Bleupicg ia Church.
Tliere are Hlot py be.ure.rs, am! (hero
nru Klfiy preacheri. A dull hearer w
8e:ireely to bo blamed if ho in iniulo ho
ty a dull ireucher, who otiht first to
wnko himself up, find then hu wil not
have to coriiphin of a drowsy congrega
tion. If llio mini ;r mentioned below
put as niu:h snieo into hia sermon
as ho did into his robuke, there would
have beau littlo necciisity for the repri
mand. A .Scotch minister ono Sunday ol
served many of the congregation nod
ding and awleep. lie ruaolved to wako
them, and took his measures according
ly. As he wfitil. on in bin discourse, he
introduced tho word "hyperbolical,"
end then mado a dead pause; after
which he said.
"Now, my friend, nome of you may
not understand this word hyperbolical.
. I'll explain it. Suppose that I we.re to
say that this oongn-gatiou were all
asleep at tho present moment, I would
bo Hpeakin hypcrbolically, because"
hr-re ho looked round "I don't believe
that mure than one-half of you aresleep
licfore he had finished his spicy repri
mand, they were all w ide awako.
Door-Mats and Scrapers.
A scraper and a mud-mat should be
at the back door, or that by which tho
fnen folks enter, of every farmhouse.
Kvcn if there is a rear porch, and those
who enter find a place to change their
boots f'r clipper, the boots that are
now outside- should be cleaned. Ascrap
. er is easily made of a nieceof boon iron.
eo fixed that its edgo may bo used to r.v
move the most of tho nr.id from the
foIcs, leaving tho finishing to the mud-
mat. Strips of wood, in the fwrm of
blunt triangle, may bo strung together
by a chord, using a knot if need Is, to
keep them sulhciently apart. Mnps
Tiliu:ed in this way will present a blunt
edgo uppermost, and help remove what
tho scraper does not tako off. A useful
mud-mat may bo mado of a strip of
plank, bored with inch auger-holes, und
corn Lu-ks (shucks) pulled into tho
boh and made fast with pins of wood
driven iu from below. A mat of this
kind will greatly aid the housewife in
keeping out that which is known by the
Comprehensive term "dirt.
Sowing in the Shade.
Tlummu Mo. linn. in his seed cata
login-, just published, ways that most
fii)tu-.u with Mfd arise from not sow id?
in partial shade. If tho hot sun bursts
upon the seed beds while the weds aro
swelling, and cold follows, many may
rot bt'foro the plant reach the surface.
For large quantities, artificial arbors,
tall enough to work under, are employ-cd-
For smaller quantities, brushwood.
or tho thin shade of cornstalks, or of a
skeleton frame, answers well. Lattice
frames may be employed to exclude
birds. Many kinds of seeds, with ex-
Cerienccd persons, do not require shade;
ut for others shade Is always recoin
t.,..,ir..l V..r earl sowin!? is iniiort-
ant With seeds which do not grow till
the second season, the ground should
lie kept clean and shaded the summer
Theso hints will do to rt-
meuiber for the t-pring's opc.-ationa.
Something About Grapes.
Thn Ciiltivtitor and Country Gentle
riin rivi4 iIih relative value, duality
and character of the more common and
newer varieties of grapes under me ioi
F.irftf crrn iiea Moore's Earlv. Hurt-
ford. Lady, knrly Dawn, Adirondack,
Wordon, Massa.soit, lelcgrapn.
ii.ir.lv half-bloods L'roton. Burnet,
Early Dawn, Senasijua, Salem, Wilder,
I tlie other UoL'ers1 hvbrids.
Jligh quality and character, with a
nK.Trit interniixturo of exotic blood
ily Washington, Brighton, Duchess
Of fine quality, but poor growin ru
m. lnrv Hi lircca. Walter. Adirondack.
Hardy and high flavor, but poor
Nearly jperfect, but not quito good
Prnniinent and nromisinff wuito
Prentiss. Ninrar:i. Dutchess,
l'odvlingtou. Ilcd or darker -Jefferson,
HiiMilond. tender, hich nu.ilitv Al
' " -1 -i D . if
K.aiilt'loss. but rather small -Dcla
Hardy and productive, but not goo
enough linruorii, mnnna.
Kxeelleut, but irregular in ripening
" v.mul Winter keeners Diana. Cat aw
ba, Isabella and tho latc-ripening Itog
tirnpps of high valuo or of high pronv
.. . t ...1.. V.t1iinrvt.in K?ii.nu ll(lt.K.
css, Brighton, Hochestcr, rrenliss, Jef-
ni iiitl vMue Blood's Black. Janes
. villo, Champion, Charter Oak, Dracut
Amber. , .
i. 1. 11. M.iM.itn nrtm nnoi'lu ff.M
cotton Isracflii, Northern Muscudluc,
Tho liurtli New Yorker asserts that
there is no spodHo for grnpo rot, and as
it is a sporadic disease, an oi iuw pre
...mtlvou nm not infallible. The remo
.linn nn fren UNO of sulnhur and diluted
carbolie neld, undordraining, protecting
by wind-breaks of evergreens, Inclosing
tho bunohes of grapes, growing, with
paper bags. Tho bust fertilizer to ap
ply to grapo-vlncs Is, unquestionably,
atable manure- from tho cow-bam.
The "Gulden Bloom of Youth."
may bo retained by using Dr. riurco's "Fa
vonte Proscription," a specific tor female,
complaints." By druggists.
rben you've ditctded on your course you'll b
a doctor. Jim?
tho old man's trudo ain't rood onough you'll
to ahead o.' blm?
All rlifht; you're now of age and own tho prlv-
lliirc to rtn
Aa you ( fit, tUoii(?h all tho world ebuuld rise
aou caution yuu.
Tho doctor'! liru'i a bard one, Jiiu this t-
UllB 11 u of nlirhts
And rid nr oillcs Is not the chief of secular do-
And bruvln' storma to eavo tnuo who falls to
pity yuu. boy.
Is not whut DiUbt bo rated uuadultoratcd Joy.
'Twere nine, within your cilllco. with votir
'nhliiuln' hunir niitHlilo.
To wrlto uiish- iowii iiriMcrlutluns as tho bllss-
tiil muniKiiti L-ll liv
Dut BirikiiiK out at tQtdulftht, when tbu wintry
Alu't what hkh1 iutluun might sot down as un
And then the smell o1 dnnrs, why, Jim, o r'd-a-l
fa-'-t HJus ikw)
Dclonitlng to a doctor' fuco would never find
Now, your protoi-ia might nurvlvo all sorts o"
imolis, but nir
I toss the spune at oue good wLilSof assafecd-
Too many nnw-fledgod doctors, Jim, arc com
ing from the sclioula
To muko oiltHbhod eipcrltnents on weak, con
Tho ceuturic8 grow apaco and undertakers
To know their agoata are at work and trade a
My words may havo but little weight, but com
mon Haiinu Insists
That breathing poisoned, druggy air and hold
in' sick nien'i wriHls
Alu't like inhalln' pure, frenh air that fans the
And grasping with a manly hold tbo handles
You nitty tucocrd, but oh, my son, misfortunes
Uai U may (all.
And you some day may bo reduced to the sad-
acst strait or an
Bkk high to dfatb ond dropped by friends,
your nt resort may bo
To try your nostrum ou yoursulf to ease your
Dr. H. V. Pierce: Dear Sir-Death
was hourly expected by myself and friends.
My physicians pronounced my disease con
sumption, and said 1 must die. I began
bikini; your "Discouury" and "Pellets." I
lisve used nine bottles and am wonder
fully relieved. I am now able to Tide out.
hMZ.MIKTII I HOUSTON,
Kisses tho Melody in the Song of Life.
The mere sensual gratification of lip
meeting lip is not tho inspiration that
flows from the touching of the lip.
Kisses are the treble anil clefs that nia:
the piifectest melody in tlin song and
symphony of lift what the bloom is to
the plant, odor to tho rose, a loy baby
to the young mother, or a brisk west
wind to the full sail set at sea. It is a
wordless soiijr in a sweet minor tone
whose music on the agitated soul of the
lover kindlier lies than tired eyelids on
tired eyes the sort of muiic, indeed.
Keat.s means when he speaks of the heard
melody, which is sweuter; or, perhaps,
that music so delicate, soft und intense
that it seems an odor within the sense.
Tho kiss is the blarney-stone of love.
Their lips once sanctified by this express
ible chrism two lovers aro subtly of a
mind, the future a mirage with the
world in delicious topsy-turvy. Poets
are fond of such conceits as represent
the the sun enamored and kissing the
earth, or the gay and inconstant moon
pressing pale-lipped night, or the stars,
after singing together of u night, touch
ing tho rosy hps of morn, as the dav,
with its sandals dipped in dew, holds
the torch for tho flying feet of night.
1 ho kiss is as ircqucnt an apparition in
history as the word 'T' iu the speeches
of the statesman iu vogue.
The Odor of Violet
Silk bags of the best violet-powder, if
placed among dresses, luindkerchicts
and laces, are much more effectual and
more pleasing than any liquid prepara
tion from flowers, especially when the
fragrance is called forth bv heat; but
tho contents of the bags must be fre
quently renewed. Bunches of violets, if
laid away when fresh, in the pockets or
sleeves of dresses, impart a delicious
odor of the flower. 1 he bWsoins must
bo quite dry, und should be removed
when they become scentless. It is said
that osc pi line's boudoir at Malniaison
is impregnated to this day with the odor
of violets, owing to the quantities of that
flower with which the room wad kept
A Comforting Reflection.
It was a beautiful little rustic pilo-
tho village church with a lecture room
in the basement. One evening a farm
er of tho neighborhood who was driving
bv. observed tho latter apartment light
ed up, and stop fed to ask tho reason
why of a young man who stood leaning
against the gate.
"What's going on tivnlght?"
'A convention of the married men of
tho concrregation," was tho answer.
"Found out suthin' ngin tho minister,
"You've rung the bell tho first shot,
old man," returned his informant,
The farmer mounted his wagon again
with a thoughtful look on his face, uud
as ho drove on, muttered:
"Arter all. 1 guess it's a good thing
my Sallio'8 dead."
How to go to Bleep.
No doubt there aro many of our read
ers who understand this delightful art to
perfection; but there aro curtain condi
tions of animal economy, even In a state
of health, when "tirod naturo's sweet
restorer" refuses to close our lids, and
seems pertinaciously to fly from its
thouirh wooed ever so warmly. One
writer recommends a "rolling of the eye
balls." Horrid Idea! Tho most natural
ami facilo method is to place tho head
iu a comfortable position, und then, tak
ing a full inspiration, breathe us much
as possible- through tho nostrils. Tho
attention must now bo fixed upon tho
fact of breathing. The patient must
imagine that lie sees the breath passing
from his nostrils; and the very momeut
lio brings his mind to conceive this, apart
from all other ideas, consciousness and
memory depart, and ho sloops. The
method Is strange, but simple, und tho
t'xpcrlinont will provo its truth.
A restaurant placard says: "Our stews
aro rulllJully lutoiwo imd utterly oyster-
CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY , MORNING, APRIL SO,. 1883.-
As Htagcs are quickly abandoned with
tho completion of railroads, so tho huge,
drastic, cathartic pills, composed of crude
and bulky medicines, are quickly aban
doned with the introduction of Dr. Pierce's
"Pleasant Purgative Pellets," which , Bre
sugar-coated, and littlo larger than mus
tard seeds, but composed of highly concen
trated vegetable extracts. By druggists.
How Kitty Stephens Became a Oountess.
Auber, whoso mind was stored with
queer anecdotes uoout ins contempo
raries, used to say that, had William
IV. lived another year, Miss Stephens
would not have becorno Lady hsscx,
Lord Essey married her to obtain for
her admittance" H8 a peeress to West
minster abbey to hjo tho coronation of
Queen Victoria, ttbout which London
was going wild in April, WAS. Ho was
a septuagenarian and a widower of three
months' duration. Miss Stephens vow-
she was dying to see how the young
queen wouiu iook ana behave at mo
great ceremony, which was to come off
V .1 r m .
in me ruoiiin oi juno. ui courso, sne
was dying also to wear a coronet. But
tho old earl did not sympathize with
this desire. What 'ho understood was
burning curiosity. It wu a feminine
passion, and its manifestations amusea
him. Tim betrayal of ambition would
have frightened him. When a woman
who is agreeable makes a rich and ven
erable nobleman laugh slit can twist
hira around her fingers. Kitty Steph
ens perceived her udvantago, and said
boldly that sho would trust to tno genio
cf tho ring for a place in tho abbey at
coronation. Her faith was rewarded.
She was a widow twelvo months later,
and had to console herself with a rich
jointuro and the plate, laces, and jewel
ry of tho first countess, who had uuco
twice married. London Truth.
A Golden Deed.
It was during tho wars that raged
from Kio'J to 16C0, between Frederick
III. Denmark and Charles Gustavus
Sweden, that, after a battle, in which
the victory had remained with tho
Danes, a stout burgher of Flensborg,
was about to refresh himself, ere retir
ing to have his wounds dressed, with a
draught of beer from a woodeu bottle,
when an imploring cry from a wounded
Swede, lying on tho field, made hira
turn, and, with the very words of Sid
ney. "I hy need is greater than mine, '
ho knelt down by tho fallen enemy to
pour the liipior into his mouth. His re
quital was a pistol-shot in the shoulder
from the treacherous Swede.
"Kaseal!" he cried, "I would have
befriended you. and you would murder
mo in return. row will I punish you.
I would have given you the whole bot
tle; but now you shall havo only half."
And drinking off half himself, he
gave the rest to the Swedo. The king,
hearing the story, sent for the burgher
mid asked him how he came to spare
the life of such a rascal.
"Sire," said the honest burgher, "I
could never kill a wounded enemy."
"Thou merites to be a noble," the king
said, and created him ono immediately,
triving him as armorial bearings a bot
tle pierced with an arrow! the family
only lately became etinct in tho person
of an old maiden lady.
Chills and Fever -Malaria.
'The undersigned has no (hesitation in
asserting that the judicious use of Sim
mon's Liver Regulator as a preventive and
tonic to the system, will secure immunity
from the weakening and dangerous effects
of malaria and will effect a cure of chills
twid fever and all malarial disordcas. II.
II. Jones, Ed Macon, Ga., 'Telegraph."
Beware ol imitations gotten uu on the
popularity of Simmons Liver Regulator.
5y the unthiukin
Burdock has been
considered a weed, and its luxuriant
growth, unpleasant smell, etc., has ren
dered it, to those "not knowing ils virtues,"
a nuisance, and yet the root has long been
acknowledged by savants as most invalu
able as a diuretic, ajienent and blond puri
fier. Burdock Blood Bitters embody all
its good qualities. J'nce 1.U0, trial 6izo
10 cents. P. O. Schuh, Agt.
Shiloh's Catakhh Remedy a
cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and
Years of SuiTerinjr.
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 bv Thomas' Electric Oil. T, (.
Mother! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle ot
Mrs. ninslow b Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
-depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has evir used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate tho bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and reliet and
health to the child, operating liko inugic.
It is perfectly sate to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip.
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
The Rev. Geo. H.Tiiayeh, of Bourbon,
Ind., says : "Both myself and wife owe our
lives to Simon's Consumption Cure.
On Tli irl v Duv'h Trial.
We will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Belts and other Eluctric Appli
ances on trial for 110 days to young men
and other persons afflicted with Nervous
Debility. Lost Vitality, etc.. guaranteeing
Hiicedv reliet and cotunletu restoration of
vigor and manhood. Also for Rheuma
tism. NciiralL'ia. Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney diHioultiep, Rupture, and many other
diseases.' Illustai ted pamphlets sunt free.
Address Voltaic Belt.Co,. Marshall, Mich,
Aim you madh miserable by Indigestion
,.. . 1 1 ti 1 t r . r i .w. i ...
Vonsupatinn, ui.ztncss, iioss oi aiviuu,
Yellow Skin i Shiloh's Vitalizer is a post.
tlvo euro. 10
Why whx too cough when Shiloh's
Cure will irivo iuiuiudiato relief. Price
10 ceuts,tQU cents und 1. 11
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. (1. 5 for 5, All
druggists. ' Houd for circular to Aliens
Pharmacy, 815 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
How's the Baby
"How's the baby 'f" "His croup is bet
ter this morning, tluink you. We gave
him some of Thomas' Eelectric Oil as you
advised, doctor, and shall give him some
more in an hour or so." Next day tho doc
tor pronounced tho youngster cuicd. P.O.
If Adam had a game of "fifteen"
placed iu his hand at an early period of
bis existence, the whole courso of history
might have been materially altered for the
better, and if biliousness, indigestion, sick
headache or dyspepsia were unknown,
flpring Blossom would not bo needed.
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents., P. O.
"Your Spring Blossom is a success. I
certainly think its effects are wonderful ; all
the dyspeptic symptoms I complained ot
have vanished, my wile is also enthusiastic
iu praise ot it: she was disflt'ured lv
blotches and pimples on her face, and had
i continuous headache. She is all right
now and all unsightly eruptions have gone.
You may refer any doubting parties to uie.
it. M. WILLIAMSON,
Elk street, Buffalo."
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents. P.
O. Schuh, Agt.
'Hackmetack,' a lasting and fragrant per
fume. Price 25 and 50 cents,
It is the IIkuiiit ok 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 Omger lotiic. We have known the
sickest families made the healthiest bv ft
timely use of this pure medicine. -Ob
Siintn's Ci;he will immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping cough and Bron
Ooto Paul O. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
uuraimuy oi color are uneouaieo. unor
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
A nasal iN.iEcflSu free with each bottle
of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50
Where machinery is used the Drew Oil
Cup will save 50 iter cent, of oil. Write
for circular. Borden, Selleck & Co., St
Louis, Mo. (2)
Ik flamed eyes and eyelids promptly
cured by Roman Eye Balsam. E. Ferret,
Agt., 372 Pearl St., N. Y. City. (2)
Fou DvsrEi'siA 'and Liver Complaint
you will havo printed guarantee on every
i bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never tails
to cure. 15
Indian Blood Syrup.
Dvspept-Ia. Liver Ids
past's. Fnver anil Aue
iu'kk, Nervous Debility
THE 1SEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN!
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
This Svrun poiwmi!p varied tirotiertlea: It stim
ulate! tho plynlir.e In the piiIIvh. which convert
thn ularch and uiarnr the food into kIiicoho. A
deficiency in plynline causes wind ana oouriiiK of
the food In the hioiiihcIi. If the moilicln j) waan
Immediately after eating, the fermeutation ot lord
It acts upon the, Mver.l
It arts upon the Kldw-ys,
It Regulates the How els,
It Purities the rtlood.
It Oulets the Nervous System,
It rromotes Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strengthens ami Invigorates,
It Carries oil' the Old Wood anil makes New,
It Opens the Fores of the Skyiiul IikIuckr
It notitrallr.es tho hereditary tl for noison in
ina moon, wnicu generatua scrorwiH, KrysipeiiiH,
and all manner of ftklu Diseases nun Internal uu
There are no anirltx emnlovert In fh manufacture
and It can hu taken hy the moid deftito liahe.or hy
tee aon ami lueiue, euro only uciirrcquired in ut.
ten Hi n to direct mm. r
Oalva, IIwy:ounty, Ills.
I waannffurlmi from Hick IliMl he and Di,1
nem bo I hut 1 could not attend toiny hoimchold ilu-
tlu, and a short trial of Dr. Clark Johuuou Indl
an Blood Syrup effectually cured mo,
-HU3. 11HI.1SN KLIUNB.
Walermuti Station, DeKalu Co., Ills.
Th 1 1 la to certify that fr Clark Johiion Indian
Itlood Syrup linn cured inu of I'uln In the Hack. It
IS ft valualilo medicine. MUS WUU.
Centre Ulll.Whllo Co., Ark.
This It to certify that I whh aflllctud with Palpi
tut Ion of tho Heart for many years I tried dlllor
tint doctors, whore prencrlptloim totaled tnoru to
weaken mo than they did to Ktrennlhon. I at Diet
res Ivud to try Dr. Clark Johimou's Indian Hlood
Kyiuii. which nrovud to hu a miMttve cure not on
ly curlni! tho Heart Dlneare, nut also a Bick lload-
aca wliltu bad houu irouliiitiL' me.
MUH M AKY A. NKAL.
I was afflicted with I.Ivor Comnlalnt and I)ytiep
cla and failed to uut relief, althonult unlnir mudt
c.lne from our brut doctor I commenced tiHlnir
Dr. Johmiou a Indian II ond Svrnt), and aahort trial
cured me. T. w. hisiNU, aioiiuo, hi.
This rurtlOca that Dr. Clark Johnxon'a Indian
Ulood Hvruo has effectually cured me of Dyspupela.
Too much cannot bo suld In priitio oMt.
W. K. WIMJIEU, uuuioru, wo.
Aventa wntited for tho sale of the Indian Dlood
Hymn in every town or villaiie. In which I haw no
agon i. l'articuinrnKiveuou application.
DRUOaiSTS SELL IT.
Labratory 77 Wast 3d t.,N.Y. City.
ti iW.i iwrirf Ua touaca
Over 2,000,000 Unities
I'urcmielm, colds , noro throat, bronchitis, aetumu,
tliniat, rhunt and IntigK.
uirotti, mem ami 1iii.l;h.
Balsam of Tolu
, , ,, , , , , . . all ilint.nHc of i he throat, chmt and Inngn,
but. It Ian never lieon mi H(lvaiitn(,'eoim!y compounded an hi tlm culiilimted Tola, Rock and Kvo In ad
dli Ion to Im -ootliliiK lliileiimic proiiiTtlcn, It allords a dllhmlvu mliuulaut and tonic, to build 'nn tha
i!im iilirrtlicciiiiKh nun In-un rolfi-vod. v
WmT IT IN QL'AKT SIZE U0TTLFS FOR FAMILY USE, PRICE $1.003
TTTlOMt ! nt tie diicolvcd by dttulera who try to palm oh" upon you Kork and Kv In
V;l V - 'vyii. place of our Tolu, ItocR r,d hy, which la tho onlv medicated article made
thf cenuinc Iir prlviito die proprietary Htiimpon each liottlo.
The TOLL', UOCJJv and UYK CO., Proprietors, 41 River street, Chicago, 111.
Sold jiy DituomsTS, Guockks and Dhaleks Everywhere.
I'uMiHhril Month!;, l'rtre $:t.lH) ;ici-
No. l(NewSerio8) Contains
C'ntlace lv th Hiver Song A; Clio Do!lus. f
Ivi r the Sen Snntr Clio I. M. North. vi
(I Ilimli l'.'ae, My lijhy Kichurils. ,o
YV I.itle ItiriU 'Quart i't Smart. 10
The I.ovi.rs' I- an well Quintet W. l. 10
Ilru-ht lv- Waltz ... . I'anvcll. 1$
(Juci ii of Hearts (iavotte.. .... ilicleteld. y
lleel and Toe ( J.ilop four II.iiuls lii mlcr, 35
N'ew Vcim' (irectintr I'olka .... Kiaenliorn, ,'o
Von Sicuhtu's (iiaml Mareli Iirc.skltr. in
A Trial Trip os. 1 rind a mailed post-paid, on receipt of 7; cts., or four months forfi.no.
Address: j. L. PETERS, 307 North Fifth Street, St. Louis. A'cy for cti
I'ianos, 15av State Okoans, DitsonS Kuitiuns &h. Send for our Illuatrattd Trice List.
27 Stops, 10 Seta Reeds, $90
Hearty (tFKTIIOVKM OrrnineontalnaWfulliiKM
ien loiiRii.' i" iiii'n, w itintir or iUMitnn1
.. SO-Uivi.Vctiil Foot. I'liittw.l nrt(rhtII-llimii.Hts4
herlum, ljiiMia:(iHj1i'SlWki.t forMiwie, Hii
lU'llt-i-H tor lumliWiIk-iiUv'H -at..nt Pton
NKW AMI NOVKI, Itll IIUOAKII (
dnnnml Im-nwIiiK. t V Hieuu y'worklnw IAV hihI
.y liaiKIUm'iiJ-.Usrtrlo LipliMaAMUHTtotlllonli n
luntUere,MiM)l,look, Ac, only VtfU
If iitr me ytvr't uat proi am .il i,fi( rrtnn. Orpin anj i irtW
Ww.y titundA Mony H-ith inftrrd, llotllina' Cn l4) ftlll-r
.iiiit-und eunihi- tlieltiMir.imt'iit. LeuvoN. Y. I'lty,
Kin-lay or Cln-Woiilu rf-t. t't-i-rlm, a.:l n. in. or I p. in.
'fun', I'V-iirsiun uily iVil luvo Wusliiiiirtnniiil or
(lain in. nrnt'lnc In r.. V. ut 9 miortlii. m. KiinJlluy(for
niut.w f mm 'hiiiiro,!tit.hiiiiiint, Miifa.. IlosUinTrt:e.,i
"iVatt) 'uf A-ciir. Ion lioiiteC ir. nljo,'')i "uJlowixl to iiy
t .i.-it If you hiiyi Miiinu.viiy, you aro tM liiiia
Frt-e "m. Ii v Mh eollle ulU-ii'linitwinertnull Iriiln.,
(MI i-Oru--iuf :iil. jl'.i..'iili. I'liuiornrtm tliil. to jll.
Ipiiilifjljlllu.triil-d l aluluiruw fn. AddrutM ur Call UjKilk
Miill F. EEATTY, Washuijrton, New JormJ
W0JITJI SENDING FOIL
I)r J. II. SCIJKNt'K, ol I'lilliidelpluii, liax jiift pub
lmtied a hook ou "IIs.-isi-o1-'lie lun'a and how
they ciiu lie cured," which lo ull'erud free, pintpaid
to all applicants. It tout u inn vulualile liiforumtlon
for all who snpposo thcmaulveN allllcted w ith, or
llublu to, any tllwasca ol tho throator Iuiikb. Ad
dress DR. J. II. hCHENCIi & SDN, iiuo Arch
elr-jft.l'hlladelphlii. 1". O. llox Wl.
J IJIl'ltOVKD ROOT 1IEKH. -r,C
J tuickane nuikes 5 aslldiis ot a doll-
clone, wliolrsouie, Htmrkllnt; temperuni u liev
erunc. At-k your druL'i-'ii-t, or rnt hy mail for i.'ic,
C. K. UlltKn, 1 N. Dela. Ave., I'hlladu.
10 ID MEDAL AWARDS
tiuil Work,rirritait4H t tin bmt Atid
clittnprnt, iiHliBiNmaliln to pvnrjr
mnn,mtitlml "tlm HcioricHnf t afc
or.Si'lf I'riWTVttiii'n ;" boniui in
ttmwt Crunch nuiMltn.vnilMiwitHi.
full uilt pp.coulAftitt bMu( if ul
UA enKravintfH, lUft iirnurnit.
tioiiri, iirn o only $1.26 emit by
uiftit ( illutratti HAtnpW, 6cn(;
lTMOUt? V inmttit,utor Or.W.li. I'AR-
.kUU. No 4 If uliiuob ut. tt Un.
lliuiii? a larffe stork of instruments
on liaiid, ami belnir about to ilace some
new 8tyK' nion tin! market, wo pro
jmse to oH'er the balanco of our present
stock of low-iu ieed Organs at a consid
erable reduction FOIi CASH until
Dealers about iiurctiasiiij? for S'lirlnp;
Trade will V well to write us for
GEO. WOODS & CO.
Ooal'er Week Ci
V')' 'Something e
uu im made in any locality,
ntirely new for agentH. g" out lit
frco. (. W
1 Mill VII AM Ct., Ilorton, Musr
liinifcr. lluclui. Mini-
drnke, ntilliniii, and
many of the best medi
cines known are com
bined in I'arkcr'tClngei
Tonic, Iiuo a medicine
afiiich vii icd powers, us
to mnka it tha gre.itctl
lllood l'milicr And the
ltcxtorvr Kvxr Ui.nl.
It curci Kheunuitiiin,
SlrcpteHnicM, & li8ww
oftliu Ftom.ii.h, llowcl.i,
l.ungi, l.iver , Kulnoya,
luif.- N.vvr fnllt
uinrui aiM n ray uoir. ft (.;,. , ChcniUli, N. Y.
Mlf. tttlilfl I.rift. nvl.JK Hnvltt,; lhltllftr ttljlh
uHlSrliTw leUrely UHlrreiitlrom
wLSS' ill t;v;."
U llmr .,. and tMt ionica,.aa II
b.mloiatb. never hi toxlcutM. Hucux
pneumonia. consumption and all dUeate ofth
Jim alwayn heun ono oftlmmoHt Important
woanon wioldcd by the medical faculty
aitaliint the oncrnartiHiuntu of Cough, Colds.
Krunchlt Is, Axthma, bom Throat. Consump
tion In lta Incltilcnt aud advanced ataui'ii. and
nimuw I'ot-;xli(( . li(fo A'o. BO elf.
No. 2 (New Series) Contains
I'd bo a Hutterlly Song Itichardi, $ 35
(Jli, l.entle llirds Ttnor Song .... Il"iini:tt. 40
1 nc iiiisuc Leaves Duel w illinms.
The Chapel Kern, or mix. voices..Krentrer.
Three I'l.shers Quartet Hiillah.
Sparklinir llinute W'.iltx Il.irker.
Picture Curds Rhictle Ilehreas.
Hoi v ieci" March hour Ilandu .. Dressier.
Chimin,' Hells I'olka It.iphaelson.
OF ST. LOUIS, MO.
Which wero totally deatroyed hy fire on May
and Septemhi!r21, ltM,
A It E REBUILT
Order arc solicited Tor
Strictly Pure Wliito Lead nud Rud Lead,
Cold -Pressed and Puie Dnrk Castor
Oil, Raw and Double Boiled
YflTTWJ Wl?N Ifyon want to loam Tekw
A v 1 ll J Jl im ,)(iy tn a f,.w month,, De
certain of a tdtuatUm, aildrun Valentine lirothera,
JuneHvlllu, VS iK.
A DVKItTlSKHH J aeild for our Heloct l,lt of Lo
eal Ni-w siui'iei s. (ico. 1'. Row t il it Co., II)
I'riiee street. N. Y.
Hulbert Bros. Wholesale Trice List.
I'lauo, 7 oct., Bquare, roeewood. carved,
aurau"o I59 00
Viano, tipr. 7W oct., cabinet graud. 174 00
1 3 Organ, 4 auta reeds, 0 stops & grand organ 59 00
Ot) " 6 aula reads, 13 atopu. connlor. aub-haag 73 00
Our I'iauoa and Ornans warr-tnted flrat-claaa.
i Violin outfit, boi how, trlnj, completo.,.. 3 00
3 " crt'tnoua model, extra duo 00
I Accurduou, 6 keys, hara box, fine tone 1 00
tl " 10 " 1 (top.UaotBraedi), perfect 3 00
7 Mouth Organs, Vier na concert, S4 holm 60
D " OunulnoKlchtcr.lOholua, O. S. H4
II " " concert double 21 hales " 1 09
II Clarionet, genuine Martin, 6 keys, boxwood 5 00
17 fife, In ebony, Germau silver fcrtllea,... B0
IB -MuhIc box, 1 tunc, crank, fine 1 10
HI " 8tiineBwlndwllhleyer,largttl!5 00
Jtl Violoncello, patent, machine head, good.. 10 00
i-i Doublu Rase, patent head, 3 or 4 strinits.. 2S 0O
ii (iultar, maplo, niachinu head, flue finish.. 4 ne
i7 Banjo, 10 Inch, 4 brass bracket 2 00
JH Cornet, brans cornpoeon style cane Jtcrooks &
3i Drum, brass, Prussian, Ornametited
Gold violin, guitar and banjo strings 'II. Broa.' 15
Stiver " " " " " " "1
Steel " " " " " 5
(jut, Kuiian, Gorman or Italian, best quality 15
Instruction Books, Down's or Winners, any 0
Instrument .. 35
Having just maJu a good trade for 100 Hlngor
Sewing Machines, will sell them for j& each while
Money is qtilto eufu in common letter if plainly
Terms strictly cash with order. Will take
Agents and dealers send for our 10 page Catalogue
On above net wholesalo jialcea agents can make
10) per cent profit.
Call ou na when you como to St. Loula.
Kefercnces: Any bank or wholesale honri tn
Hulbert liros. is tho ouly Oeneral Wholesale
Music House lu St. Louis,
- 'J'i'l Olive Street, 8alnt Louis, Mo.
The Garfield Memorial Picture
Size 19x21 Indies. Price 25 cts.
an Elegant engraving
for every home, comnrb'lng scenea and Incidents
In the life of (Inrllelil, from the tow-path to th
Kravo. Wo ofler 0 per ceut. prollt to agents, and
ouu can bo sold In every honso. Send 2o-one-cnt
stamps for sample copy and agents' term. Wo
guarantee !" a day to agentH. Addrcsa
J. a: OGILVIK & CO,. Publishers,
P. O. Ilox i!7ilT) M Hose street, New York.
The Southern Detective;
By JUDSON B. TAYLOR,
Author of The Indian Detoctlve, (finny Flair,
This Is line of the most thrilling dctoctiva stories
ever written, and Is tilled with exciting scenes anil
Incidents. It contains 150 paves, aud la hand
somely Illustrated. I'rice i!5 cents. Hvct by until
flout imlil . tn hiiv aililreMH. nn rACi.Int nf nnu.
riil't. mIhiiiom. Aililm...
J. S, OOII.VIR & CO., Publishers,
P. O. Ilox 27H7 1 Huso street, New York. -'
Statu of Il.UNots,
In tha Alexander
sa. county circuit court.
f. J atay
W. II. Jumnsou and F, U. Smith, firm of Smith A
Jiunosou defendanta. In allachmimt.
Notice Is hereby given that s suit by attachment
has been commenced In said court In favor of the
above named plaintiff, against the estate of said
defendants, for tbo mm of two hundred anil flfty
on i!M()o dollars. Now, therefore, unless said
defendants shall appear on the first day of tha next
tnfMti nftittljl rmiivf In tin li.al.ltiii at Ittu jinaii.fr knnan
In Cairo, on tho Urhth day of May, A. 1). Ih-"'.', and
give hail aud plead as run u I red by taw, Judgniant
will he entered agaiust thein, and 'hafstaie so at
tached sold, ALRX. U. IKV IN. Clerk.
Calm, intnola. April IU,
yv ALisa yvAiojitn, i iBiuiiiis nuoiuty- .