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THE DAILY OAIUO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1882.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
P.AILY AND WEEKLY.
Tormi ot tiuhajor i ptton.
Dally on oyir by earner 1D 00
('At pur cent, discount It paid lu advance )
UHilv.onu yer .y mall 10 00
Daily.one month 1 ofl
WeoVlv. ona v..f 8 00
Weely.o month ...... 1
ir-Club of five or morufur Weekly uuiimin ai
Ouotlmo, pur year, $1 60
IMVAIMAUt.r IW ADVANCl.
All Communication should lie addressed to
K . A. im Itn nil,
Publisher and Proprietor.
To perfume note pnjier, etc. Get a
few niiirt; of blotting-paper, stirinklo
the hliet'U with the perfume desired;
then put the blotting tinder a weight un
til it becomes dry. When dry, put note
puper, envelopes, etc., between tho
ehecU, an(l place them under a weight
for a few hours; remove them, and they
will bo found perfumed. The blotting
sheets may be utilized again, and enn bo
made to retain their perfume for a long
time, by keeping them free from expos
ure to uir.
To make a rug. For a nig, uso a
pieee of small-figured IJrusnola curpi-t.
Around this place three rows of thick
cloth, cut in scallops 3 inehci deep and
2J wido. Mado the first and third rows
of black cloth, worked on tho edge of
each scallop in buttonbolo fltitch, with
scarlet Gcrmantown yarn. Make tlie
pecond row of drab cloth worked with
blue. Tut a strip of drab worked in
feather stitch with blue. Covor the seam
where tho first row is sewed on another
piece of carpeting to keep it in placo on
The care of towels. Never put a now
towel in the wash until you have over
cast the fringed edge. Tho us of this
Is obvious the moment one is told of it,
luotirrh a dozen towels might be worn
out before one would discover it. If,
wnen towels aro wasLed, the fringe u
shuken well before they are hung up to
dry, tho fresli appearance will be pre
served for a long time. If vigorously
shaken, that is all that is neces-ary: oth
erwise it is best to have tho laundress
whip the fringe over the clean tuiok of a
kitchen chair. This is much batter than
any combing process. Besides, it does
Dot wear the fringe so much.
The linen bag. An excellent plan to
save old napkin and table-cloths is to
cut out the good parts and put them
wav in a bag, appropriately labeled,
and have tliem ready for use in case of
sickness. A housewife whoso svsU'in is
so complete that it is hard to believe
that she has lived on earth only about
forty years gives this advice, and she
says also that we should keep another
bag with ph-eea of flannel, and another
with old cotton cloth, for the same pur
pose. Cement for fancy work. Mix the best
powdered rice with a little cold water;
then gradually add boiling water till a
proper consistence is acquired, being
careful to keen it well stirred all the
time: last it must be boiled for one
minute in a clean saucepan. This paste
is beautifully white, almo.it transparent,
and well adapted for fancy paper work.
or other things requiring a strong and
To mend broken ivory Moisten thor
oughly a small quantity of very finely
powdered good quicklime with white of
egg to funn a paste. Use at once, clamp
the part', and uo not disturb luriweniy
fonr hours. Lk not use an excess f the
Counterpane and shams in rrazy stitch
To work in "Crazy Stitch" the stitch
es must be an inch in length and of dif
ferent colors, no two stitches of the same
slmdo being allowed to touch. Use as
rfiany needles as you havo colors, do not
fasten your stitches, but leave half inch
ends to each thread on the under side
where thev must be touched with thick
cum to secure them. It is not absoluto
ry necessary that your pillow covers and
sheet overlay should be mado of now
material. Tho comers of linen sheets,
that have become worn in tho middle,
will last a very longtime, as thev do not
need freoiit-nt washing. If you like col
ors on your bed you cau mako a border
of colored stripes edyrud with laco and
put in around the center of linen, taking
off tho border when tho center is washed.
The Saroaatio Girl
The sarcastic girl is, in the language
of the negro elocutionist and orator,
nrevnlniit" every day.
She is a trifiinir more insufferable than
bcr giggling, gushing, romance loving
sister, whom, however, Bhe always con
templates with pitving contempt, not
entirely free from disguised scorn.
She has not the ability to distinguish
between impudence ami satire, and it is
an easy task to convince her that ill
bred rudeness of speech is the perfection
of irony, and that to say spiteful and un
pleasant things to every body she meets
is suro to win her a reputation oi Duin,
She eagerly cultivates her fancied tal
ent, never allowing an opportunity to
exercise it to pass unimproved, and alio
renerallv succeeds in makinc hersoW
heartily disliked by those who aro un
fortunate enough to be numbered among
The family think her brilliant when
cvoryono else prouounees her insulting.
The habit of being "sarcastic" grows
upon her, until, by the time her fond
parents conceive her to bo a prodigy, so
ciety avoids her M a pest As sho grows
older sho becomes dissatisfied with her
Then. too. she hoars whispers thatshe
lias been pronounced "hateful" by tho
icoplo who onco told tier sue was urn-
If sho marries, her husband soon tires
of her society, and, in common with tho
rest of the world, avoids her as much as
lie can and scorns to envy those who aro
mnrn for tunatclv circumstanced in this
respect. She 'fools this, and it only
makes her more spiteful and disagreed
l.lo. 1?.r children feel no sweet compan
ionship in liemresonce; theimatural af
fection for her is quenched by her un
happy disposition, ami they curly learn
to withhold their rosnoet. Her life is as
miserable as it can well bo, and when
sho dies she passes awuy almost, if not
entirely, unregrotlod, a warning to tho
sarcnslle girl, if sho should but discover
It and prone by tno lesson. .
Tho Supromo Judges Eticklors for Oo
It (s now in order to toll stories of tho
old fashioned etiquette preserved in the
buproino Court of tho Unitod States.
Not long ngo a Kansas lawyer named
Lynn was presonted by Senator l'lumb
nnu utny admitted to practice, lie was
a tall, angular individual, who slouched
into tho court-room without. collar or
necktio. Tho next day ho had to argue
a case, and a consultation was hcl'lby
the justices as to whether he should be
allowed to address tho court without a
collar. Tho justices did not like to
submit to such neglect of tho decencies
of legal life, and yet they hesitated to
rehuko tho uncouth Western advocate,
lest they should seem to bo sticklers for
appearances rather than realities. Fin
ally tho partner of the Kansas counselor
was summoned to tho clerk's olliuo and
there tho question was submitted to him
by a subordinate of tho court: "Why
docs your partner refrain from wearing
a collar or tie? is it from any rcliirioim
feeling? Has he taken any vow that
compels him to assume such a peculiar
attitude toward society? It was also
explained to the partner that tho Su
preme Court was extremely doubtful of
the propriety of permitting Lynn, of
Allen County, to appear in tho case un
til ho had, at least, corrected tho details
of his garb. The partner explained;
Lynn had a throat trouble and could
not wear a collar. In careless uncon
cern about the pother in regard to his
looks, tho estern man began his argu
ment. His high, white forehead was
surmounted by a peak of dark hair that
curled backward. His sharp nose, hea
vy lips and pointed, brown goatee, stood
out in told relief upon a countenance
tanned by years of exposure to prairie
winds and sun. His shirt was open at
the throat, showing a red flannel under
shirt. At the wrists tho red flannel ap
peared again in placo of culls. The
argument was clear, shrewd and able;
but the manner of ila delivery was as
uncouth and peculiar as tho make-up of
the speaker. He stood with his hands
If.. I.-.. .. I . i
in i u.t pucK'-is at times, unci men lie
would bound at the justices, snapping
his bony fingers in their faces as if thr-y
were so many jurymen.
Chills ami Fever --Malaria.
"The undersigned has no Ihtsitutioti in
asserting that the judicious use ot Sim
mon's Liver llcgulator as a preventive and
tonic to the system, will secure immunity
from tho weakening and dangerous effects
of malaria and will effect a cure of chills
ami fever .'Mid &U inalariHl dibordejs. II.
II. Jones, Ed Macon, Ga., 'Telegraph.1'
licware of mutations gotten up on the
popularity of Simmon's Liver leu!ator.
It is the Hkiuiit ok Fully to wait un
til you are in bed with disease vou may
get over tor months, when you can be
cured during the early pympbiins by I'urk-
crs Omger Tonic. Ve have known the
sickest families made tho healthiest by a
timely use of this pure medicine. Ob
How's the Baby
'How's the baby?1 "His croup is bet
ter this morning, think you. Wc gave
him some of ThoiiW Kclectric Oil as you
advised, doctor, and shall give him some
more in an hour or so." Next day the doc
tor pronounced the youngster cuied. P.O.
St hub, Agt.
If Ad&ih had a gamo of "fifteen11
placed in his hand at an early period of
his existence, tho whole course of history
might lmve been materially altertd for the
better, and if biliousness, indigestion, sick
headache or dyspepsia were unknown,
Spring Blossom would not be needed.
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents. P. O.
St huh, Agt.
' Your Spring Blossom in a success. I
certainly tliiuk its effects are wonderful; all
the dyspeptic symptoms I complained ot
have vanished, my wile is biso enthusiastic
in pruise of it; the was disfigured by
blotches and pimples on her face, and bad
a continuous headache. Shu is all right
now and nil unsightly eruptions have gone.
You may refer any doubting parties to me.
It. M. ILL.'AMSON',
Klk street, lluffalo."
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents. P.
(. Schuh, Ant.
Go to Paul G. 8chuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness ami
durability of color aro unequalcd. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
A NA8AI. in.ikctok fieo with each bottle
of Shiloh's Catarrh Heniedy. Prico 50
By tho unthinking, Burdock ha9 been
considered a weed, and its luxuriant
growth, unpleasant smell, etc., has ren
dered it, to those "not knowing its virtues,"
a nuisance, and yet the root has long been
acknowledged by savants as most invalu
able as a diuretic, aperient and blood puri
fier. Burdock Mood Hitters embody all
ltd good dualities. Price il.OU, trial 6izu
10 cents. P. Q. Schuli, Agt.
Shiloh's Cataiuiu Kkmkdy a
cure for Catarrh, Dipthcria and
Mothers! Mothers I! Mothers!!!
Are vou disturbed at r.iirht and broken
ot your rest by a sick child suilurlng am
crying with tho excruciating pain of cutting
teeth! If so, go at once and get a bottle oi
Mrs. Winslow B Soothing Syrup. . It will
relievo the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it. who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate tho bowels
and five rest to the mother, and relief am
health to the child, operating like magic
It is nwfectly safe to uso in all enses, am
pleasant to the tasto. and is tho prescrip
tionofono of the oldest and bust female
physicians rind nurses in the United (states
Sold everywhere. 35 cents a bottle.
'IIackmktack,' a lasting and fragrant per
lumo. Prico 23 and GO cunts. 1J
Attn you madic miserable by Iodigestiou
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss ot Appetite
Yellow Skin! Shiloh'a Yitalizer is a posi
tivo euro. 10
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 5 for 1 5. All
druggists. Bond for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 815 First Ave.. N. Y. Suld in
Caim by Barclay llios.
Shilou'b Cuue wiix immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping cough and Hron-
Where machinery is used tho Drew Oil
Cup will suve 50 per cent, of oil. Write
for circular, Borden, Selletk & Co.. 8t.
Louis, Mo. (3)
Why win, you cough when Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Price
10 cents, 50 cents and $1. 11
Inklamki) eyes and eyelids promptly
cured by Roman Eye Balsam. E. Ferret,
Agf., UTi l'eurl St., N. Y. City. (2)
Jou Dyhfei-hia and Liver Complaint I
you w ill have printed 'guarantee on every
bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizrr. It never fails
to cure. 15
J. Thomas "VVitham.
ATTOHNKY AND Col'NSKLLoR AT LAW.
III practice In all the court of Misr-ourl and
Illinois, local aud supreme; and In the Called
IStuteK court for tnu fcBHlorn district of Missouri.
Claim, collections, taxes, titles and loans at
Heal Estate bought and sold on commission.
Indian Blood Syrup.
DvipepMu. Liver Ms-
eni-es. Kcvcranil Azhh
TI1K HEST REMEJiY KNOWN TO MAN !
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
Yhl &vrup poHoHeii varied pro.ertlo: It tim.
Un' Harcn and aear of the finiil (nir, i.lnrr,u
in ptyaliue catiKes wind and souring of
tbe food in tbe Homacu
II ih c mulleins jt uaon
lmmvdiatW after etii,i. Ilii-fi rm, -nt, inn r,i .,,
It aets upon the Livcr.l
It arts upon the Kitlin'ya,
It Keuntiites the Bowels,
It Purili.-H the Blood.
It Quitits the Nervous System.
It l'roinotf-H Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strenirtlii-ufi and Invigorates,
It Curries olT the Old Kluod nnd makes New,
It ieus the Pores of the Skin and Induces
It nHitralir.i'S the hereilitarv tnlnt. or nniann m
uic :jo,m, wuicii i;vnurttii'i Bcroluia, Krvflpelas,
nnusu msnneroi nKin ineeaos and Internal bu
There are no stiirits emnlovod in lt niRniirartnro
and it i an bo taken by the uioKt dt-licate babe, or by
n !u nuu iu:me, cure ouiy ocing required in at-
icun. u uj aired. one.
Oalva, Henry County, Ills.
Iwaasuffcrlna from Sick Headache and D;e?.1.
nvss so tlittl I could not attend tomv hounuho it du.
lies, and a short trial of Dr. Clark Johnson's Indi
an Ulood syruu ellecvuullv curt-d me.
MKS. HELEN ELK1NS.
Waler'mau Station, Dt-Kalb Co., Ills.
'1 his is to certify that Dr Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Syrup has cured me of Tain in the Nark. It
is a Yuiimuie mmuciuu. ilKrt W 001).
Centre HIU, White Co., Ark.
This Is to certify that I was aQlictod with rlnl-
laoon oi mo in-art tor many yeurs I tried Ulller-
;nt doctors, whose nrescr utlou tended more to
wenaeo me man ttiey am to 1-treuir.tiiun. I ai last
res Ived to try Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood
Synip, which proved to be a positive cure not on
ly ciirlnc the Heart Disease, nm also a Sick Head-
acn wnitn bad been Iroiihllni; mo.
MRS MAltY A. NKAL.
I was afflicted with Liver Complaint and Dyspe
aanaiaueu k cm renei, aitnoncu us nc
cines from our bent doctors. I coiumeuced nslni?
Dr. Johnson s Iudlan Blood Svrnn. and a short trial
cured me. t. w. lilSINU, Mollue, 111.
This rcrtlflcs that Dr. Clark Johuson's Indian
Blood Syrun hns cirortuallv cured me of DvsfteDsla.
1UU 1UUCU CUUUOb OH SHHI 111 ITIllHO O' 11,
W. K. W1MMEH, Bedford, Mo.
Aircnts wanted for the sale of the Indian Blood
Syrup in evi-ry town or villu'e, In which I have no
a'ent. rarticuinrs Kvcn on appiicution.
DHVOGI8TS SELL IT.
Lahratoty 77 West 3d at.. N. T. City.
'(lTlfR Tf ni-TRAPT(lt,'S
Okkii-k ok Citt Ci.khr, Cairo, III., April 21. 188-2.
Healed proposals will be received at my ottlce un
til ihe ineellnt? of the City Council on Tuesday,
May -Jnd, INM, lor dolim the city printing Tor the
yeareiullni; .May 1st, ls ;l. Hnld bids must include
tliu cost cirpuolisiilns; the council proceedings, or
dinances and notice ot all Kinds inserted by any
c'tv olllcer or liy ordoroflhu city council, alxo all
sfieclal assessment, male liy commissioners,
wlielliur Appointed by (lie ci.y council or county
court. A L'ood mi d suUlclsnt bond of one hundred
dollars miiKt accompany cacti bid. The rlt;ht to
reject any aim an uius reserved y mo city.
1). J. KOl.'KY, City Clerk.
TOTICfi TO CONTUACTOH .
Orfii'H op City C'i.kuk, Cairo, 111., Atrll 21t,
Healed proposal will he rucolved at. this office
dutil up to tne tinio oi tno ineetiiinof tho city
coiiiiell ou Tuesday MsySud lKS-2, for the removal
of Kiirlinuo from tliu dljlVrent residences and hot .Is
In the city, for the months: Miiv. riuntomlier. Oclo- !
ner Nov'm her, March and A pi 11, twice in cuch week;
ror the nmnths of June, July and Augtirt six days
In each week, sud for lliu mouths of December,
January and Kebrmiry tu each week as per section
in, cuapier in in inu rvvisen oriliniiliees ol tno city.
The place of deposit not. to be less than one mile
from tho city limits. A nood and luftlciuut boud
of Slim must nccampaiiy each bid.
'Ihe rlht to reject any and all Mils reserved by
mueiiy. u, o. jrot.rv, uity Ulerlt
JOTICK TO CONTRACTUltS.
Omen ok C TV C'Mimt, Cairo, Ills, April lst
HunUid Proposals will ho received nt. this office
until mootlun of tho cliy council on Tnesdny Slay
iiud Iro-i, Tor fiiriilhlii such lumber as tliu city
may require for tho year ending May 1st 1HH.I;
said lumber to bo of Rood nnd sound white or burr
oak, whim or yellow pine or cvprus, free from
sapor unsound knots mill of such dimensions as
may h i reoulred and to be delivered In suchniiau-
titles, times and blares, within tho comoratu lim
its as the commuted on streets may direct. A
Hood and siilllolent bond oi l'lvu hundred dollars
must accompany each bid.
Tho rluM to reject anv and all bids reserved by
tne city. u. i, roi.r.v, t iiy tiera.
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life Insurance Company
IN THE WOULD.
It alono Is ino
ftipulatlue that the contract of tnmraoco "shall
Lot De disputed " alter it la tnrce years old,
and that sncli policies shalf be -
on receipt of satisfactory proofs of death.
Us policy Is clear and codcIbo, and contains
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N. B.-HEAD YOUR POLICIES. Compare tin
short and simple form used by the Equitable with
the Ions and obsenro contracts loaded down with
technicalities issued by otucr comuanteal
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy bolder! are
N. B. See the many letters from policy holders
siprssslnv their gratification with the returns from
tnelr Tomtimi Bavi.nor t inu I'oucus.
Because of lta
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely Investfd, nearly
E. A. BURNETT, Agent,
Office, corner 12th and Washington.
November iM, 1881. m3dw
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSlIi-
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized Julv 14th, 1877, TJndsr tbe Laws o
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted July
9, 1877, Under Actof Congrtu.
P. Q. SCHUH President
O. T. HVUD Vice President
J. A. GOLDSTINE..... Treasurer
.?. J. MOKDON Medical Advisor
THOMAS LRWI8 Hecrctar-
JOUN C. YYlilTK Assistant bscretsry
L. h. TltOMAS,
W. T. PITC11KH,
HOARD OJT MANAGERS:
William Htratton. of Ktratton Illrd. wholesale
Krocvrs; Paul (1. Hchub, wholesale and retail driin
ulst: listen Lclghton, commission tnorcbant; Jan.
S. McUuhey, lumber dealer; J. J. (lordon, phs
Iclan; J.A. (Joldstino, ofUoldatlnoft Knsenwalrr,
wholusalo and retail dry ttoods, etc; Wm.F. Pitch
er, general Kcnt; Uonrvll. Kills, city printer and
bnnK Dinner; utiealey llaynes, cootier; J no. u.
While, assistant secretary and solicitor: Albert
Lewis, dealer in Hour and itraln; V. Uross, presl
dent Alexander Coutitv Hank: U. W. Ileudricks,
cuntractor and builder; Cyrus Close, general
Kent; Thomas Lewis, secretary and attorney at
law; I.. B, Thomas, broom manufacturer: W. V
Kussel. contractor and builder; O. T, Itudd
agent U. Ht. L. AN. O. railaoad; Mosul Phlllips.car
tiunler; 11. A. Cliumbley. contractor, Cairo, Ills..
Hev. J. Bpencer, clorgvman.Kt Letils, Wo. ; J. H.
Hothuno, circuit clerk, Mississippi coutity, Charles
Ion, Mo.; J. 11. Monro , lawyer, Commerce. Mo.'
D. HluKlelnrv, phvalclan, Arllnetou, Ky.; J. W.
Tarry, phvstclan, FtilUm, Kt.; Wm. Kyan, fanner,
Mnrrv, Kv.jA. Btelnbnch, nianiiiacturer of sad
dlerv, Etansvllh), lud.tlke Auderson, secretary
in suporlnUindent C. Ht. I.. A N O. rsllroad. Jack
ion,Tena.J. u. Hobertson, physician, whit
vllle, Tcnn. Thomas A. Osborn, harness maker,
Bolivar, Ten . iWm.L. 'Walker, "Diile Advor
tiling AgencT'1 UoiWBprlnei.Misi
K.-Wia XLli ia3w v
Over 2,000.000 Dottles
For comrhs, cold, sore hront, broiichltis, asthmo,
throat, etic-t and lnni:s.
throat, etic-t and luni:s.
Balsam of Tolu
nit It hns never been so advautaL'eoiislv cototiounded
dlilon to Its sonttiiiiir ltulsatmc pronuriles, It affords
svs'ein after Hie coiii'h bus been rulieved.
urn r vi in ouaut sizk hottlfs
f"1 A TT I IMa! ! Do not be deceived by
Uil J 1 1 Vll . tl aCU Of OUT Tolll. ltoCK
the genuine lisaa private din proprietary stamp on
I tie lOJ.U, KOCK and Ki K CO., rropru tnrs. 41 Kivtr stwnt, Clitcao, 111.
Sold by Dnuofusrs, Grocers and Dkalkrs Everywhfre.
awjyiiwsw ii .iiiiiimii ilium ,
J'ulilishi-tl Monthly, Vrlc? $.1.00 ;
No. 1 (New Scries) Contains TinS.
Cotlnfe bvthe llivcr Simc A Clio Ilnlfuss. $ aci
iier tin- i a ."vim; A- 1.110 j. ni. Minn.
() Hush Thee.Mv ftubv ....Kicli.ml.s.
Vc l.ilte Minis Quartet Smart.
The I. iivcr Farewell Quartet W. 1.
Ilriijht Kvsrs Walt Farw'ell.
Queen of Hearts (javoilr Hitli felil,
Heel and Toe (inlnp four llanils ..Ileiuler.
New Years' tirci-timf I'olka ..... i-iseiilmrn.
Von Steuhcn's (jtand March Ure.'ler.
A Trlul Tt-li Nos. I and 1 mailed post paid, on receipt of 75 cts., or four months for$t.co.
Address: J. L.PETERS, 307 North Fifth Stroot, St. Louis. ABcncy for Chass
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I p. ill. rrtvinp-iu N V. nf.a mmr Oil. in. .niuJ!.iy(fiip
niiit-'sfpotoi hi-iiu"i. lorhiiiotul. rhiriL,lMwtoiiftVe.,i.ii
"ili-ntty's Km iiivl-m r.n.it-t ln-iilar,")(.ulloll to iy
-x jM-its-i-H If yt-il l"ivi . i-lie'. .', yml nil' wrlcuu,,,
1 , - h, It Ith ji"ll'i- littt'iiilunlnpiill Iriiln.
CMls-l-OlxillW''. S' 'ML l'luliufol1.w to $Mui.
irn illlllMii.lrnliil ('aliilmrut- trn. AiMllus or eilll UljU
r&iiTLl F. EEATTY, Washlnjjtoa, Now Jcrstf
WOJiTJI SENDING FOIi.
Dr J. It. feCllliNOK, ol I'hllmleliihm.ha Jiift Pt-
lished a book on "Pin- isi-s or h.- lunejs ami bow
they cit'i be cured," whieii Is oilercd free, postpaid
to all applicant. It cotitulns valuable iiifornmtloti
for all who suppose themselves alltlcled with, or
liable to. any dii-eiiHes of thu throat or luiis. Ad
dress DU. J. H. BCHKNCK .t SUM, mil Arch
street, Philadelphia. P. O. I'.ox '"C't.
I I T) L'Q IJIPltOVKl) HDOT IIEKK. Or.C!
li 1.1 liO puckauo makes 5 Rnllniia iif a deli
clous, wholisome. sparkltnu temperiince bev
eraj;e. .'rVk your druuttist, or sent by mull for 'i'c.
i;. r.. unu'..i, is iieiu. avu , ruimiui.
SOLD WEDAL AVYASSED
tlit A'lthor.A nxwnil tmu Mt.
icni W ork,wnrrnUMl tho uat tttnl
ctuuiTHHit, in()iniimullrt u (ivory
tiiArvnliUtx) "tliH8cinti(wof Lifii
or.SclM'nwrrvaiM'n hotuui in
(imt t'rtMich muKlin, ihmIhhuhhI.
full iIt,3(Mi pp.otiuUtinii LKftutititi
nttwl ntmtvHiitnt lib pri'Kcritt.
ktmnit, trir only St l.vVi mint hy
' mail: illnHtralMirWinnlu.fttiiMit:
lrWflW TUVQHr i-llntituuurlr.v. 11. 1'4R.
N 0 T I C E.
Having a large stock )f in.struini'uts
on liiiml, ami bi'Ing aliout to placo mime
now styles upon the market, wo pro
pose to offer the balance of our prcscMit
utock of low-pi'iccd Organs at a consid
erable reduction FOIl CASH until
Dealers about purchasing for Ppriug
Trade wiy do well to write us for
GEO. WOODS & CO.
er wi-elt run no untile in any locality.
Hoinotlilnr? enllrelv new lorngenls. $S outfit
H. W. INtiltAllA.M t'U Huston, alass-
Cinjfci-, liiiclui, M.UI
dr.ike, .Milliri.i, and
tnnny of the best nicill
cim s known nro Coot-liim-dln
Tonic, into a medicine
of sik Ii v.iricd powers, us
to ni;il; It the greatest
Ulood I'nrilicr anil tho
lli-Nton r hriir l ra.
It cures Kh(Miin:itim,
ElccpksMicn, & (liicwid
of tho Slomtii h, l!owcH
Lunizn. l iver & Kidnev.
U Kiscntimly din'crcntfroinl
III, ., , im,nr, will , , a, ,
HNi KciinoniUl llnir i)m. and odiet Ionics, n it,
inn. Nrmr rili tu mlurailM never intoxicate. I tucox
fouttirulwiuciosrsy ulr. ft Co., Clieniints N. Y.
fimli j. jr v i jr
pin - umonltt. consumption and all dlsoascs oftk
Has always been one of Hie most Important
wunpous wielded by the medical family
uu'iiliiHt theencroaahuionts of Coughs, Colds.
Bronchllls, Asthma, Hore Tliroat. Conanmp
tlon in Its incipient and advanced staues. and
II f 1 1 M.-f, . iif lh Hivf.At nluiM inl Inntt.
ss iii ih., ri-lchruii it 'i'.,in K.,r'k u,,h i. .a
a dlllunlve slimulaiit and tonic, to build 'an th
foe family use. nucKSi.oo i
deal. - rs who try to palm off upon you Kork and live In
Slid liVU. Willi ll U tll.l lllilv li,..HUal..rf arllrU .,1..
nn miii Voiit-jinUl. Slnylo Not. BO etl.
No. 2 (Naw Scries) Contains
I'd he a liutterlly Sonir Richards, t 1C
Oh, (ientle 1 1 i rd Tenor Sonff Ilcnnett. 40
1 lie liustic Leaves lJuet illiams.
The Clniiel I-'em. or mix. voices.. Kreutzer.
Three Fislit-rs Quartrt Hulluh.
Npurklinir lleantv Waltx Itnrker.
Picture Curds I'.lurlte .Ilehreaj,
lli.cc.iecio Mareli 1'onr Hands ...Dressier.
Chimin); JielU 1'olko. Kaphaclion.
OF ST. LOUIS, MO.
Which wore lotall
y destroyed by Iro on
September iil, iBttl,
A HE. REBUILT
Orders arc solicited for
Strictly Turo White Lend and Red Lead,
Cold r'rcRscd nnd Pure Dnrk Castor
Oil, Raw and Double Roiled
YOUYfJ ArFT "yon want to learn Tolepra.
JUli,u JIIjII phy In a few months, and he
certain of a situation, address Valentine brothers,
Juneevllle, W Is.
A DVKIITISKKH! semi for our Select List of lo
"nil Newspnuers. tfeo. l. Howell 4, Co., 19
1 nice sireet , N. Y.
Hulbert Uius. AVholesale Price List.
4 l'iauo, 7 oct., snuare, rosewood, carved,
-.-"- .............. l ui
7 Piano, tipr. Vi Oct., cabinet (tratid. 171 Ot)
13 Orpin, 4 sets reeds, 9 stops & grand organ 59 00
tH " n sets roods, 1.1 stops, coupler, sub-basa 73 00
Our Plauos and Ortjaua warrtntsd first-class.
5 Violin outfit, hot bow, strings, complete.... 3 00
3 " cremona model, oxtra flue 9 00
I Accordoon, 8 keys, bass box, tine tone 1 00
H " 10 " 1 slop, sets mods, perfects 00
7 Mouth Organ, Vienna cuncert, 24 hole 60
U " Oeniiluo Klchter, 10 holes, U.S. 24
11 " " concert double SI hole " 109
1 1 t'l.irloiiel, Keoiiliie Miirlln, 6 keys, boxwood 5 00
17 Fife, In ebony, (ferman silver feml... j jfj
in Music box, 1 tune, crank, fluo 1 10
1!) " 8 tunes,, wind with lever, large 25 00
'.'0 Violoncello, patent, machine head, good.. 10 00
'J: Double Ilass, patent head, 3 or 4 strings.. 23 00
21 (inltar, maplu, machine head, fine finish.. 4 00
27 lliinjo, 10 inch, 4' brass brackets 2 00
iH Cornet, brans cornpoeou style case &crooks 9
8o Drum, brass, Prussian, Oruamentod
(lold violin, guitar and banjo strings'!. Bros.' 15
Silver " " ' " " " 1
Steel " ' " 14 ' ii , j
tint, l!iiHsiun,(iernian or Italian, best quality 15
Hi, mint I1MMIA
Ins'.rtiction liookf, ltowo's or Winners, any
Itiivlngjust made a good trade for KM) Singer
Bowing Machines, will sell thein for $'& each while
Money is quite safe In common lutter If plainly
Terms strictly cash with order. Will take
Agents nnd dealers seud for onr 10-page Catalogue
On aho' net wholesale palces agents can mako
HW pi r cent profit."
Call on us when you como to St. Lout.
lti fercnceb! Any bank or wholusalo hours lo
Ilulbi-rt Hros. Is tho only General WholesaU
Music House lu St. Louis.
m Olive Street, Saint Louis, Mo.
The Garfield iVemorialPicturo
Size ll)x2 l lneheg. Price 25 cts.
AN ELEGANT ENGRAVING
for every homo, comprising scenes and Incident
in the life of (liirlleld, from tho tow-path to th
grave. We offer 0 per cent, profit to agents, and
one cau tie sold lu every bouse. Hena 'i-one-cMit
itiunps for siimolo copy and agent' terms. V
guarauteu .i a any to agents. Aituress
J. H. UU1LVIK CO., Puhllshors,
P. O. Box 27117 31 Hose itrcet.New York.
Tho Southern' Detective.
By JUDSON R. TAYLOR,
Author of The Indian Dotoctlve, tilpsy
This Is one or the most thrilling dutoctlve itorlo
ever Krltton, nnd is tilled with ex.-lllng scene and
Incidents. It contains 150 pave, ai.d Is hand
somely lllusirated. Prico 25 cents. Meet by mall
, ... ...... ..i.i .... .......i... .
CO' t stniups, Adilrers,
,1 H. OU1LYIK ,t CO., Puhllsheri,
P, O. Box S7U7J 31 "so street, iesr York.
STiK or Illinois, ) In tho Alexander
si. county circuit court,
Alkxandkh Coiintv, ) Msy term, A. D, 1882.
Juhn Bishop plaintiff.
W. II. .Iniiteson nnd P. II. Smith, firm of Hmlth H
Jameson delenriants. In atlnchmnnt.
Notice ts h'T'jby given that suit by attachment
has breu commenced' In said ronrt In favor of the
above tiiiiued plalntllf, agnlMst tho est 140 of said
defiiiirtsnts, for tho sum 01 two hundred and flfty
0110 ffl-UHl dollars. Now, thurefors, unless said
defeudanta shall appear on the llrst day of lh nest
term of said ronrt. to bo holdeu at tho court house
lu Cairo, on the eighth day of May, A. I). Irtft), and
give bail and plead-as reoulred by daw, Jnngml
will he entered against them, and tbeesiat soat-
.. 1 1 .1 11 irv 11 luviM ru.w
Cairo, Illinois, April 19, mi
Waltxh VVaiioih, I'lalntlfft attorney.