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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 5. 1882. .
THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
Terms ot Bubioription
Dally one year byearrtor $13 00
(20 por cent, dltcouiit 11 paid la advauce )
Dally, one year iy mall.. - , J J
I'aily.oue mootb '
Weekly, ono yuar .... "
Weely.A mouth 1 0,1
IWO'lubiiofflTBor more for Weekly Uullatlo at
Onetime, per year, $1 WJ
INVAHIAHLT IK iDVAHCi.
All Comniuulcationa ibould gu'rJJd 10
Publleber and r'ro'irtttor.
TnunauAY Evening, May 4, 1882.
Tho weather is cloudy to-day and much
warmer, a more seasonable temperature for
a week piuit. The' air at this writing ia
damp with light wind and propped of a
The market is generally unchanged and
transactions in grain, hay and flour is ex
ceedingly light far the month of May
" which is Usually ono of activity all along
FLOUR Stocks are ample and move
ment very small. The range of prices con
tinues about the same.
HAY Tho market is fully supplied and
trade is light. Prices rule without mate
CORN Receipts are fair aud trauisac-
tious small. The demand is very light lor
OATS The market is firm and stocks
' arc ample. The demand is only moderate.
MEAL Steady and firm with a mode
BRAN Scarce and in demand.
BUTTER Tho market is very dull and
sales arc limited. Stocks are generally of
an inferior qnality.
EGGS Ri'ceipts have been small and
under tho influence of an active demand.
Trices have stiffened up and advanced a
POULTRY All kinds are dim, scarce
and in good demand.
Sales and Quotations.
HOTS. Tbe prleoa here Kiren are fur alea from
flrat band In round lota. As advance la
Charged for broken lotmn fiittnzordera.
VO Var1ou Kradei, on order 5 W& 5"
bbit patent.... - ' '
KHibbla XX 5 MtIA 15
MO bhl low grade............ 4 -Am V
100 bbll choice.
1 can choice timothy ,
1 cart choloi clover rolled.....
S car gilt edue timothy ......
2 cart prime
t car ciover mixed...............
tcari choice mixed, in hulk on track ...... 79
5 car choice while In bulk '
Bean mixed ?
4 cart cho'ce In balk on track...
car mixed In bulk
il cart mixed la tacks del
No. 2 Red, per bit ...
Ko. i Medlleraueau.
tOO bbll Cliy.
. Ou&l OU
1 10il Uli
M0 ponndt strictly choido Northern 30
4"0 pounds Southern Illinois lAtt'J)
&0 pounds choice northern packed 3y0
awuo'iLdi Kilt edited packed &
4M dOlin.ft. ..MMM-...M .,..... flt M...MM. . 1
300 doteu 14
11 vo choice V OOaU 00
B coups mixed..
,.S 2iQA 50
coop choice bum.
f0 bbla choice S 0OJ3 13
100 aacks 1
rV) huh. Michigan poach blow.
100 bhl. " I'eacliblow
SuO aacka P. 11 per buahe.,.1
ferbbl ... 10 0
50 bhlt. common . 3 M
80 bblt. cholco - 4 AO
Per barrel .
.7 50JS l0
Tub vfiahod "
Plalu ham a ,...,, n... nouO
8. O. Hauia ... "
Clear aidea 13
Ht. John I'. M
Ohio Itlvur "
2Vi buthnl burlapi H'i
B nualiiM " i'
6 buahel " m K
Orannua, cholco per bnt .4 On ill 59
iiuuioni choice per uoi uw "
Peacliua.hnlveaand uuarter W
Choice, Factory 1H
Cream nMm) U
Calf, Oreon '.
urj nint choice
8hr(j Peltn, dry
Dui'tp ruita, urcuu.,
...S3 v.m oo
... 3 6a 4 IW
. . 4 7.'mt w
.. s u ro
KATUS OK FKCIOHT.
Me': 1M 10
v wr.'eain.,..,. . IS
Helena, Ark V4
Wrecked in Port.
BT THE HAWKEYE TRAVELEB.
As you co to Boston aud Hartford by
way of the Boaton and Albany Huilroad,
if you take tho morning express there
are two parlor ears thrreuuto attached,
w ilh nil tho uppurtenancc thereunto up-
pertaining, including a porter -with a
wixp broom in one hand and a placo for
n (tmrtcr in the other. Now these two
parlor car.s nro twina.tnicring only, as
in tho case with twins, in their manners.
Tbo l:wt timo I went out that way,
which wad only fow weeks tsince, ono
of the.so car.-t was Governor Hawley, and
tho other was '"lother Oov nor, ' I
don't remember who.
All went well until wo renched Spring-
lield. There tho usual halt of five or
ten minutea was made, tho parlor car
for Albany wa.s switched off to ita prop
er train, and we went thundering on to
Before wo were well out of the depot
an old gentleman confronted mo. Round
faced, well-drittsed, quiek-Hpoken, a lit
tlo crusty, nnd a general air of authori
ty about him.
"Young man," ho said, tibarply, "out
"Out of which!"' I said, in innocent
"Out of that chair!" snapped tho old
party. "Cotno, be lively; I want to sit
I was puzzled and annoyed, andFtafti
nierod something about this being a par
lor car, and
"Yes, yes," ho Fall, Impatiently, "I
know alfitbout that; thu is aparlorcar,
and you've pot my seat Get up and
get out of it now without any inoro
words. (Jet a seat of your ow n some
where, and don't go around appropriat
ing other people's chairs when they've
pone fur luuuh. Get out, young fel
low." I am naturally a very meek man, but
I did mako ono rooro desperato effort to
retain my seat. I said I had occupied
"Ever t-ineo I got out of it nt Spring
Held, " snarled the old man. "I rode in
that seat all the way from Boston, and
tho niiuuto I left it you jumped into it.
And now you jump out ot it, and no
more words about it, or Til make tho
car full of trouble for you."
It began to dawn upon mo then just
how matters stood. In fact I knew, but
I waa nettled. Every body in the ear
Jias laughing at me, and I do hatn to!o
laughed at I determined to wait for
my smro revenge. I paid, "You'll bo
Ko'rry if you take this chair."
He snorted fiercely, and I abdicated
without another word in favor of tho
testy old jumper of claims w ho thus
nurnmarily evicted inc. I nrone, gath
ered up my hat, overcoat, lap-tablet,
newspapers, book, big valise, little va
lise, and articles, and thus burdened
walked meekly to the rear of tho cur,
and sat down on tho meanest, poorest,
most uncomfortablo seat in the train,
tho upholstered bench under tho big
mirror. The wood-box in the smoking
car is an eay -chair in comparison with
that bench. By-nud-by the old chair
grabber called out: '
"Young man, whero is that little red
hand-bag I left here?"
I meekly said "I hadn't never tetched
it," and ho roared out that it was there
when I took his chair. But justthen tho
conductor canio along and glanced at
his ticket, while tho old party explained
how 1 had made way with his little red
hand-bag. "That young man back
there," no explained, "wa.s in my chair
when I returned, and rny overshoes and
a little red leather hand-bag is"'
Tho conductor, a brisk, taciturn man,
full of his own business, hero handed
bae.k tho old party's ticket
"Wrong train," ho said, brusquely.
"Get off at next station. This train for
Hartford and Now York."
Tho old gentleman's face was astudy.
"For Ila-lla-whti-what!" ho shouted.
"I know better! Told mo at Boston this
car went through to Albany."
"Lena' soo parlor car ticket," said tho
conductor, briefly. "Yes, that's all
right; you're oa wrong car; this ticket
for tho other car. our bnggago hajf
wav t' Albany by this time. Get oft' at
"Well, when cun I get a train back to
Springfieldr"' wailed tho Jumper of
"T'-night," said tho conductor, and
passed on to tho uext car.
Then I arose I gathered up In my
woak und long-suffering arms my lint,
overcoat, lattablet, newspapers, book,
big valiso, little valise, and urcties, and
walked back to that chair and stood be
fore tho most crestfallen man tho im
mortal goda ever pitied. I didn't say
nnythiug; I didn't mako a gesture; I
just stood n p beforo him, holding my
goods, personal offecta, and railway
chattels in my arms, and looked at him.
lie arose and vamosed tho claim. And
as 1 settled down in. my recovered pos
session I made only ono remark. I said
to tho poor old gentleman:
"1 told you you'd bo dorry if you took
And he marched back and took a seat
on tho upholstered bench, to tho merry
laughter of tho hanpy passengers. And
tho lus timo I looked around, O! crown
ing woo, tho conductor was making him
pay a quarter for his scat in tho parlor
-Tho Pacific corporation, which is tho
largest ol its kind In tho world, Uoej
not export a yard of ltd iuiuion,io pro
i'ltlf Inn .
SuljKtitute for Calomel and Quinine.
Simmon's Liver Regulator, purely vege
table, is e qual in power to blue mass or
calomel, but without any of their, iujurous
"I have uHod Birnmon's Liver Rcuulntnr,
and find it a most excellent medicine, act
ing like a charm on tho liver. It is a most
excellent substitute for calomel. Have
tried it iu several cases of bilious disorders.
chills and fever, arid find it effects a euro
in a most satisfactory manner.
Dit. J. II. Uowun, Clinton, Ga."
The Deliirht of the Ladies,
because it enhances their charms tenfold is
So.odour, with which no dentifrice can
compare. It checks premature decay of
the teeth, completely removing tartar from
their surfaces, . interstices and cavities.
whitening them, renderincr the gums
healthy and coralline and tho breath as
balmy us the odor of flowers. Tho gritty
and eid properties which render many
tooth powders as washes objectionable are
not to bo found in America's favorite teeth
Who that has ever lived any timo in tho
country but must have heard of thevirtues
of Uurdock as a blood purifier. Burdock
Blood Hitters cure of dyspepsia, bilious
ness and all disorders arising from intVurc
blood or deranged liver or kidneys. I'ncu
11.00 P. G. Scbuh, Agt.
Suilou'b Couoir and Consumption Cure
is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. Paul G. Schuh, Agent. o
The Howe scales have all the latest im
provements. It is true economy to buy
the beet. Borden. Selleck 6i Co., auents.
St. Louis, Mo.
A fortune may be spent iu using ineffect
ual medicines, when by applying Thomas'
Eclectric Oil a speedy and economical cure
can be affected. In casess of rheumatism,
lame back, bodily ailments, or pains of
every description, it affords instant relief.
P. G. Schuh, Agt.
Pysi-ki'sia, diarrhea, and dysenty ry can
be cured by using Wright's Indian Vegeta
ble Pills which give healthy activity to the
entire system. (o)
Ckoup, WiiocrixG Couou and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure.
Paul O. Schuh, Agent. 8
To all who are Buffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, ike., I
will send a recipe that will cure you, free
of charge. This great remedy was discov
ered by a missionary in South America.
Semi a self addressed envelope to tho Kev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station D, New York
That hacking cough
cured by Shiloh's Cure.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
can be so quickly
We guarantee it
' Your Spring Blossom is a success. I
certainly think its effects are wonderful ;u 11
the dyspeptic symptoms I complained ot
have vanished, my wife is uUo 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 rue.
H. M. IM.IAMSO.V,
Elk street, Buffalo."
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents. V.
(!. Schuh, Agt.
Will you sukfkiiwuIi Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vitalizer's
guaranteed to cure you. Paul G. Schuh,
Goto Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New Natioual Dyes. For brightness Bnd
duiability of color are unequaled. Color
troni 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Priro 15 cents.
Si.EKPLKss Nioirrs made miserable by
that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the
remedy for you. Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 3
the unthinking, Burdock has been
considered a weed, and its luxuriant
growth, unpleasant smell, etc., has ren
dered it, to thoso "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 Blood Bitters embody all
its good qualities. Price $1.00, trial size
10 cents. P. O. Schuh, Agt.
I ok lame back, side ur chest, useShilohV
Price 25 ceutH. PaulG
D-tu'l Plank, of Brooklyn, Tioga Co., Pa.,
describes it thus: "I rode thirty miles for
a bottle of Thomas' Kch ctric Oil, which
effected tho wonderful cure of a crooked
limb in cix applications; it proved worth
more than gold to me." P. u. Schuh, At
Sim-on's Vitamzeh is what you need for
Consi tuition, Ioss of Appetite, Ui7.iness
and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10
and 75 ccuts per bottle. Paul O. Schuh,
Allen's Brain Food positively cures norv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of trenerative organs, fl. 5 for f5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen'i
riiartnocy, Ulo t irpt Ave., N. i . bom in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
A Coiiffh, Cold or sore Throat
should bo stopped. Neglect froquuutl re
suits in an Incurable Lung dlsensu or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder tho stomach liko cough syrupH
and liulsams, but act directly on thu in Hum
ed parts, allaying irritation, givo relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, nnd
tho Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Spoakcrs aro subject to. For thirty
yenrs Brown's Bronchial Troches I mvu been
recommended by physicians, and alwny
give perfect satiHtitction, J laving Dccn
tested by wide and constant viso for nearly
an tmtiru generation, they liavo attained
well-merited nink among the fow staplo
remoilies of tho age. Hold at 25 cents
tax every where.
Indian Jilood Syrup.
a ri&A. I F'fTa
2 ffcfatlc't-M c-.
I)VKin i)xa. Uvcr lth-
art IHsciisc. K inn..
iwks. Nervous Debility
THE BEST KKMEDY KNOWN TO MAN!
Twelve Thousand Lotties
Sold Since 1T0!
Th! Svruii poeniHhei) vurled nroimrtica: It at in -ultttea
tliu jitynlltiu In th" phIIvk. which tmivcrta
thn starch and auiur of the fund Into i'Iuciiho. A
dHcli'ncy in plyimue chiicch wind ami i ourlnp i l
thu rond In tl.f Humiach. If Iho rnuriiclu J! um'i
jmnudlaiely after eating, the furmi'iitntlyn ol '.! J
It ai'ts upon tho Liver,;
It airU ilium this KMncyt,
It licKiilati-s the liowels,
It I'nrrMw the Blood.
It (juk-u the Nervous Systnu
It I'romolps IiipoHtlmi,
It XourMn-H, Sirt-iiutlicnn and InvlRuraU'B,
It Curries otl" the Old liloud and malies New,
It Opens tin- P(ir of tlio Skin and Imlite.u
it nontrtillzvi" the hereditary taint, or pot 'on in
tho blood, which ircncratea Scrofula, KrvH'iela..
and k11 manner of hkla Utvatce and liiivrnu) im
iflora. There are no jpiritH employed In lt manufacture
and It can bu taken by the mont dulicMc tml), or hy
the ii(;ed and lei'hle, care ouly helDR rurjulreiWii nt
tentl. u to dlroctioue.
lialva, Henry County, IDs.
I wuaanfferlne from Sick lleadnchc and I) zri
ncHi aothut 1 rotilil urn attend to my liouncholrt da
Ilea, and a fhort triul of Ur. t.'li.rk Johnson a Indi
an Wood Syrup cilettimliy cured me.
AiKK UKLUN EI.K1N8.
Waterman Station, DeKalii Co., .
Thla la to certify that I)r Chirk Johnaoti'e Itdli.n
lliood Syrup hue cured mo of l'uin in the Hark. It
la a vuluahle medlciuu. W Us WOOD,
Centre Hill, WhitoCo., Ark.
ThU l to certify that 1 waa afflicted with Palpi
taliiin of the llenrt for many v ara I tried dtnVr-
eut doctors, whoae piecrlitlona tended mom to
weaken me than they di.i to i-trciiilinin. 1 at lax!
rea-Ived to try Ur. lark Jolitiaon'a Indian ll. iod
Syrup, which proved to bo a ixwltlve cure-not on
ly curing the llearl Dli-eanc, but alao a Kick Head
acu which had been Ironldliu; me.
MRS MAIiY A. SKAL.
I wan afflicted ulth Liter t'oinplaliil and Uyapep
aia and lallod to nut relief, althoiiith uxinL'miidl
c.ioea from our beKl doctora I commenced u-drt;
Or. Johnaou'a I nil I an lil.md Svrnp. and aahorl triil
cured mo. T. w. Hl.sisu. Mulltjc. ill
Thla ccrtltlea that I)r. Ojark .fidiuon' Indinii
lliood Syrup h-j ellectiially cured me of Uyapepain
Too much cannot he t aid m tiilHe It.
W. K. tViMMhit, lledford, Mo.
Ai-ents wanted for Ihe enle of the Indian lliood
Syrnp m every town or village. In which I have no
K'-ot. rarliculara ulven on uppllcallou.
UltUGUIbTS bKLL 11.
Laliratory T7 Weat 3d at.. N.Y. City.
"AX l'l'UCHASKK'8 NOTICE.
jo E. u. loco or any o'her peraon or per
ions inturcnuMi: oa ar- uereiiy uotllled that at
aalu of real catate In the County of A. innnder and
atutcof Illluoia, held hy tho couuty collector of
aaio cuuniy, at me rouinueak'riy door or Iho court
houae iu the city of Cairo, In auld county aud alate,
on the iird day or Atii;utA. i). IfNi, tho under
alcned piireliaHed Ihe followii u ilcxcrila.d real ea
tate, ituated in the town of I'ulty couniv of
Alexander ami alate of Illluoia. for the tae ilue
and nnpalil llu reon, for the yeara A I) lt",4, lH',:i,
is.o :si7. i".b ana is a, together w t h nenalt ea and
coda; mid real catate btlni; taxed iu thu namo of
K. (i. Klce. to-wit: lot numbered one.
(1), in block uumbered alx (tij. Thu time allowed
ny law lor thu redemption ol cnld real eatnte will
expire ou thu 'i'Jrd day of A'icnt, A. I), irsj.
I) An 1 r.l. I.K.NTZi rurchaer.
Cairo, lila., Mav rtril, A. O. Iwj
a lTliUHTs Eli's N'ui'i'cUr
To John ( Hiirman (r any oilier peraon or pei-
aona liilerftfii :
You are her.-hy notified thai alaauleof real en.
late in the county of Alexander and atute ol Illl
uoia held hy tau county collector or aald toumy
at the aouthweaterly door of lliu court hoiie In the
city of Cairo, Iu aald coutitv and atatc, on (he i lid
day of Au tn.-t. A. I) ISvj the niHlcralcued,
1. I'lt,eerall pui'i d the lolloMluu de-
acrlbed real euM'e e i! iiilid. iu the county
of Alcxaml r ii'iii f lie of IIHiioIm, fur
the taxeadiie and u .paid thereon for the year A
D. Is7!l, together wilh penalties and coala:
aald real eatale beiiic taxed In thu muiiu if
.lohnU llarmun, lo-wlt: The aoutheaat niartr
(a e i) of aictlon ntiliiher twenty ai ven ( V), town-
ahlp louiteen til I, roulh ranee three t:i) weal. I .iu
time allowed by law for lha reilouiptiou of anid real
eatute will expire on the 'ilrd day ol Aucuat, A.
I'ATHICK KITZOKUM.l), l'u-cliaaer.
Cairo, Ilia , May Mh, A. I. IssJ.
AX l'l'KCllASEIi'S NOTICE,
To E. I'. Kerby, or any other jieraon or peraon
You are hereby not llkd that at a anleof real ta
tale lncoiinty ol Alexander ami alula of IlllnoN,
held hy the county collector ofald county, at thu
touthweaterly door of Die conn houan In the cily
of Cairo, In aald county and hi ale. ou Hie vl'lrd dav
of Auuuat, A. D. Isni, thu nudHralirncd,
1'. Fil;eralil, pnrchaaed tho lollowiiut
described real ealato altlinted In thu
e.ounlv ol Alexander anil atatu or llllnola, for the
tnxea due and unpaid thereon fur Iho year A. I).
1ST", toother with ponalllua and coat;
aald real eatate beitiK taxed In thu inline of
K. r. horny, to wn : rim nortiiwvat (iiartfr (n w )
mitt iiienortiieaai(iiarM:r(ue ,'tior aertinn nniu
ber twenty three (tfll, towiifhlp fourleei: (I I) aoulli
rantte three (Hi weat. Thu time allmv. d hy
law hir the ril'.in)tton ol aald real eatate will ex
plreou tlu'.':inl uny of Auituat, A. 1). 1S.'.
I'ATHICK ITTZOKItAl.l), I'urclinaer.
Cairo, 111k., May nth, A. I. lust!,
UKDINANCK NO. S8.
An orilliiancf uranlliiL' llcunae anil ierml.aloti to
Meaara. Hell & llulliday to erect nnd maintain
bridge or vtailticta over aud acreaa Oomuierclal
He It ordained by the City Council of the city of
Section 1. That tteenae and p'.tiiilaalou la here
by granted to Hell A Hallldn, to erect and main
lain over and acroaa Comtnerulal aveniie, north of
Thlrty-roiirth atrei't fur their own private tiae. ane
or mure viauucn or nrume., lor the purioa oreon
ticollnii the properly en ell her aide id aald avenue,
liaon in cotincciloii Willi lliu tnaimracturlt.il ealali
llahnient known aa thn Cnlro llox Factory Mild
Vladucta or hrliluei tube erected aud maintained at
audi Delu'lil nliove auld uvrniiu ao aa not to Inter
fero In any wnvwlth the paaauee thereunder anil
uae by ihe public ucticrullv of auld avciiliu.
Approved .May tTi, A l hsi
N. B TlllHTI.RWOlll), Mayor
Alteat:-!), J. Foley, t.'lty Clurli,
OUDINANCK NO. B7.
An ordinance uranllni! llceime nnd permlaaloti to
tho . Hi iiifiir Maniifaeturlhif Company to erect
bruiiiea or vladucta over and acroa Comiuerclnl
bu it ordftlnoa by tho City Council of tlt' city of
H'fllonl, Thai llcenati and iiermlaalou la hrc
by (tranlefl to tttuHlnner Maniifarlarlna' Company
in erect aim maintain over and acroa I'oiiiinercial
avoliilH.coliiinull'iu the i-ro-inda own by aald coin
nan r (in either alilo ol aald avenue, mirth of Thiny
fourth at ruct, ona or more vladticia or brlili'ua, lor
tint own prlvalutiae of aald uoiiinimv. Hunt via-
duataor brlditoa to he nree.led and mallilalned at
audi holnht above aald aveuito ao aa not to Inter
fjro Iu any wiy with the paaanjii thereuhder and
tr ny tho ptiullr, eonerally of aald aveunu.
Approved May 4th. A. O, Imj.
... . ... N II, TIII8TI.KWO0D, Mayor.
Attest:. I), J. KoLir.cliy Cluik.
r-j j.t.t'e":,:."' 1 aiitoia" VI
On,., O JUII1 Allll II. Ill .
' uicr .truu.uuu s
BaLsani of Tolu
but It baa never been ao cniponni.ed
lilt lull to Ita aoot hmu 11a aaunc iiroiiertien It e,..rl0
V k t tm' VVi P Hf ITTLFS
the yeimiiie haa a private .lie proprietary ataiupon each bottle
The TOI.U, HOCK nnd UVK CO., Proprietors, 41
Sold hy JJirrooisTS, GitncKRa and 1)k
II ..... -I .
fuMtahcd Monthly, 1'iiee. $3.tm rr
No. I (New Scries) Contains
Colonic hvtliir Itivur StMitr A Cho D?.lfiss.
Ox. rllie e;i Si.nr ,V C'lm J. M. N,.rth.
" ll.inTb-e. Ruin- Hicliarcls.
Vi- I.itte J!in QiKirlot Sni.ot.
The J.ovciV I-areHx-ll Quurtet W. l.
Hrijjht Kvc W'.iilz l-';irwcll.
(iiuell . it Heart ti.ivotu-.. .... I'.iiklil.l.
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N'cw Ye:ira' ,reeto:ir 1'i.lk.i Ku-iil.om.
Von Steuben's (Jr.iiid M.ireh Urctshr.
ATrliil Trlu-Nns. 1 and 1 mailed post-paid, on receipt of - cts., or four months for ifi.on.
Addre-s: j, L. PETERS, 307 North Fifth Stroot, St. Louis. Agency for Chash
i'ianos, Uav Statu Okoanb, Dtrsos'a ICdi tions ,V. Send for our Illustrated Price Lint
27 Stops, 10 Sst3 Reeds, $90
!tcaT hnmrtlX V. OrtfiinornttHnainrullBeM
Ooliiea 'fnetn.: Itir. Ur Mllps, 1V,iinut or I'IhimIi-.i
I w !. v.-OI. K''t -lnl,t'iiriKlii Ik.lltm-K.ativl
Sirtiim, Ijiinp NiaijilMal'.M ket for Mane, llnh.lleii and
KNOHMOI l U tOW, Kiih'..vi r inula mi.iiih
ilenmiHi iirniaytnir. t hiicUii y''wiirktiitf IV him!
hy wutvllnuu'a J'le'li U.I.ii'liUot M(.ll 1 ui 11,1 unlern
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f"'mitifrfnMtflt mniry itl t.'.r.rf, notllinv (-.-in bef.lln-r
( .line and exnniliie die lnl rinneiil U-aveN. V. I itv,
loiivlay nr ( hi t toi .In rf-t, 1-i ri e m, a ')i u. 111. or I p. iii
tfnrv, 1'ieiir.i.iii only !t.M. I. hvo Warhniniuii n I or
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elllllltllM lit,,.., .nil f ...1...
( Uli.-rOnoi i.m, $iu, a.-'a n,.. i'lunoren, iu' f0 ium.
lr.'illft:jlllii.lrnl,.illat.-.l.iiriJi- In. AddlViw or call upoli
XSIEL P. EEATTT, Waehlneton, Now Jew:
AV0KT1L SENI)IX FOR.
Ur J. 11 SC11HNCK, ..I riiili.iielpbia, liaajiiatpul)
lialied a book on "HlsiMaea u' the luti;a and how
they i imbe cured," liu.ii ia mlered free, postpaid
toall appllctmta. It contalna valualilu liifuruiatloii
lor all who nippoae llieluaelvea iillllcted with, or
liable to, any illauiHi a of the throat or lunu. Ad
dreaa 1K. .1. H. Bclir.NCK .t SON, mi Arch
tieet.I'hllinlelplila. I'. O. llox '.'Ml.
VQ IMl'liOVKI) IKiOT I.'EUU. A'.C
t 1 .O III.. I.'.,,,, tl Ol L- M If 111 ImIIH 1,1 tl ll.lli.
"cIoiih, liiilchiitiie, Hparklliiif leuipcrancc liev
rin;e A-k )imr lrn uu li t , or -"rnl by mall fur '"e.
0. H 1IIHL.-, h .. Debt. Ave., 1'hllaibi.
oio, mm AWARDED
IIih Author A lie-, nm) urn.. I MeJ.
ted Work.w.rritnt.Kt tlm tLand
tiosHmi, iin1i.penr.ahln to ..very
nine .entitli d "tln Si'imimiol l.ifu
nr,Hel.'riaervnliiiii j" In mini m
tlnent lrreneli uiiuitm.nailMiMert.
lull Ul .tttKt pp.ciiiuiin ImiiiiiI itul
an.i cintriiniiKH, lil nrmu'rii.
.iKMia, prii'w only Hi enl y
' mail i illuaU'amliuuiiiilii.aetnitii.
annil nnw.AitilriHji l'e.linri. Mi.,1.
v v iiw Tiryppir ieiiiirtittit..riir.w.ii. i-ar.
MtUlV lUIOblit.kklUMa 4llulum.UiU tl.nl. u.
N 0 T I C E.
Having a luve stork ol' liLstnuucnts
on liitnd, anil uir altout to iilact some
new styles ii n tlie iiiarkct, we jiro
jiiKse to offt'i" the Imlaneo of our iirescut
s'tock of low-iinenl Oi'cans at a consid
erable reduction FOR CASH uutil
Dealers about luircbiuiiijj for .Siirino:
Trade will do well to write ms for
. WOODS & CO.
week (an bo mfldit In any litcalllv.
Soiiietlilnit entirely new Inr amenta, J.i en tilt
tl. . lMlltAllAM t o., Iloatnn, JMaaa'
Ciiinr( lliivlui, JMiiii
('rake, Snllini;i;i, and
liuiiiy of tin) Ut nicJk
cinr. known am can
blind in Paikcr'nlllnjei
T'oiiic, Into a niediciiir
of lie h vailed powen, aa
to tn.iH It tin Rreatenl
lib mil I'liiilier ami ilia
Ileal Haallh AStro imtli
llestort r k'ver ( aril.
It citret Khuuinatinii,
Sli ctileiif., & ilijcarvi
of lh Stuin.li tl, U iwi-la.
J..IIHKS l.iverW Kulnay,
nair balsam. trvom,
ii. fi . .. .
I ."I, .in, vnii.u. riMiviiwn
.. I . .k.. 'l l.
M.,i ii ...Hi.wi 11..1. Iw... and other Ioiiki.
... u, -h . imiir... iiH, j.
m. n.wr hum in MMiura urn never liiioxicntai. ittwa
nun in MMi.il Um haver liito.tlcnt. tiny
imiaiui wn u i.y lali. fi c0.. t lu.-mi.ti. N. V.
Nm, Mut f I ilm. a.nli.f puvlnii DvllwHtw,
r vl-C"- r
II 1 i ia
pnomuonla. conaumptlon aud alf dl.eaao. of th
Una alwaya been one oftho moat Important
weapona wielded hy the medical faculty
airalnat the encroachmenta of Coiibn, Colda.
Ilronchitla, Aathma, Horo Throat, Conaump
tlon In Ita Incipient and advanced mage, ana
a, In ThVSad Tola" Itiick Mid ItT
rfim, . . . '.V.u' lu n
......... .mi vouic, w ouua up m
FOR FAMILY I'SK, PRICE $l.00J-j
. ' . wu UIV.UII HU Dl L1L.IU ill All U m
River street, Chicago, III.
ALE US EVEKYWIIKRE.
oiuuoi. Iuf-jiai(. Slnylt A'o. CO tt.
No. 2(New Series) Contains
I'd bo a Hutterfly Son Kicharda. $ 35
Oh. (Jeillle liirils Tenor Soiil' Dennett, ao
1 11c iiiimic i,c:ives imet williaina.
The Chapel 1-em. or mix. voicca..Krcuter.
Three I'lahers Qiinrtet ....Mullah,
Snarklinir llenutv Wnlut. llarker.
ricture t arils Kluette Buhrcai,
Boccaccio March Four Hand ...dressier.
Chimin),' Hells l'olka Kaphatlson.
OF ST. LOUIS, M0.
Which were totally deatrnyed by Ire on
and September 21, lrlKl,
A HE KE BUILT
Orders are solicited for
Strictly Pure White Lend and Red Lead,
Old-Pressed nnd Pure Dark Castor
Oil, Itnw and Double Iloiled
YOIINTI MFV If yon want to learn Teleera
. . r'i' I'hylnafewnioutha.andbe
certain of a altiiatlou, addreaa Valeutine lirolbers,
JuncHvilIc, Vt il.. "
A llVKKTiSKHS! heud lor our Sek-et i.lstof U
cal Newspaners. .lien. P. Kowcll A Co.. 10
1 nice street, X. Y.
lOIlroadway, New York,
of uny ": Ifo Iuatirance Company
IN THE WOULD.
it alone laauea
atipiiliitinn that tho conttact of tnattrance "ahall
not ho dlateiied" after It la three year old,
aud that aucu poilclea ahall be
ou receipt of utlafacUry proof, of death.
tt policy la clear and conclao, and contatni
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N. H.-UKAD YOl'U rOMClKH. Compare the
abort and almptu form uaed by ihu Riiiiltnlilu' with
(lie Ions and ohacnru oontruuta loaded dowu with
technleallllua taauud by other coiupauiett
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy li older aro
N, II Ken the nuitiv lellera from policy bolder
cxpraaalui! their KriitlAcatlon with thu rutiirna from
their '1'om'ini MAvtMia 1'Ynd I'oLiuoa,
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely Invoftetl, nearly
. 10 MILLIONS.
E. A. BUItNETT, Ajiont,
Office, corner ljth aud WaahlnRtoa.
Noviutbor !M, IttHI. mWv
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