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Outline Sketch of a Professional Oaraor.
Tho barber, children, is of an extinct
poeius. The hair-drewwr and tonaorial
artixt of tho present day arc supposed,
howover, to bo deacendanta of the barber
In diroct Una
Tho barbor la a treacherous creature.
IIo in never to bo depended upon. He
ha boon known to cut hU beet friends.
lie in remarkably sharp in a busincNS
transaction, and he will nhavo you if
you rivo him a chaneo. In fact, shaving
nay be mid to bo his business.
The barbur Is a strapping fellow, and
Is ever roady to razor row. I have fre
quently sffin biro take a man by the nooo
without the kwt provocation.
Ho always wants hU hone way, and Is
always ready for a brush.
He has his fihortoom(b)ings, to be suro,
and Is apt to stir up your dander; but ho
ha a very smooth toDjj'ue, and knows
how to lay pa tho lather.
He in generally honent in tils judgments,
and sincere In pooh-poohing shams and
dulumons; but at tho samo timo ho is
given to a great deal of shampooing.
I can't say that ho was over charged
with murder, but thousands of people
dye in hi 1kj yearly.
lommrly tho barter was a surgeon
also, and us-t to be paid for bleeainz
his customer. Nowadays ho draws blood
without extra chargo.
Tho barhvr sees agreat many aun;ting
scenns. Thero is a good deal of parting
going on every uay in Din snop.
The barber seldom uto nailj when
shingling, though he may use them when
be cornet) to the scratch.
Tho barber is a very swrvtivo fellow.
You will find locks everywhere about
lit) had little recreation. Curling la
hU chit f amusement.
Ho always stands well ia his protec
tion. You will generally find him at
IIo never makes game of his work, un-
kvs.-t hair-urettrtnc may be ouiuidervu a
rare bit of pleasantry.
The barber hm to stand a treat deal
from his customers. He dtj not care,
however, how much cheek they display
in his establishment, and the more chin
they rivo him the better Jio likes it.
The barber's wife wAst shopping, Just
like other women, though she ought to
be able to cet mrsuile at ber bu.sbanu
ct-tablishmeut She probably prefers to
whisker round elsewhere.
Though the barber may have no child
ren to receive his inheritance, there are
always many hairs apparent at bis shop.
The barber's motto Is: "Soap on, soap
There are many more things I might
tell you of the barber, but he w a great
conversationalist and amply able to speak
for himself. notion Transcnit.
Eomanoe on Shipboard.
"Margery Deane," !a bcr pleaeaa
took. "Eurooean Breezes." tella the fol
lowing Utile love story:
Every ship has its romance. You fori
that your fellow-passengers are bound
to contribute to your entertainment and
ftmusement, and therefore you have no
scruples or compunctions at watching
any love-making going on. Who wa9
to blatno when, sittinir idly on tho deck.
one night, we heard above the noise of
tho screw this oelieiously rranK avowal.
mado by a young Oernian to an Amen
can girl, possessed, possibly, of lasclna
tlons, rather than positive beuuty?
"Mein Licbling, I thought nio never I
could lofe one madchen who is not beau
tiful; but I lofo you." Is it so they
make lovo in tho vitberlanur
Hut coming homo we had a genuine
romance on boarfl. Among the passen
gers was a demure little German maid
en, a veritable (iretchen, with heT blonde
tresses a la Marguerite. She knew not
a word of English, and was with ber
aunt, also a Uernian, Dut vvnoso nomo
was in America. This aunt, growing
confidential, told U9 soon after starting,
that sho was bringing her niece to
America for a year, at tho request of
her nnrents. who wished her to forget a
lover upon whom hor heart was set, but
of whom they did not approve because
of his lack of wealth and title. The
aunt hud never seen this lover, and
could not describe him to us; but 6ho
evidently meant to do her duty and ful
fill her trust Now, this maiden, with
her firm littlo mouth, reserved aud si-
' lent, did not look as wrotclied as she
ought to havo dono under such circuit
stances: but wo concluded it was bo-
cause of her nationality. . Sho bad our
There was a man, tall and stern and
acholurly, among us, whoso English was
broken, and who showed littlo disposi
tion to bo Bocinl, till on tho third day,
when, tho purgatory of tho mal de mer
being safely through, he beggod Umj
aunt to Drcsunt him to tho little Vrauleln.
This sho did readily, and the acquaint
ance riuened into an intimacy. This
nleased tho aunt, who confided again in
us, and said that sho waa happy that her
chargo waa willing to bo entertained,
aud was bo rapidly forgetting tho old
love. That couple took possession of
the cosiest places day and evening; and
if you approached too near you hoard
Mm roadinz aloud (always from the
eamo page), and she demurely listening.
When wo reached New York tho tall
man took the wee blonde maiden by tho
hand and led her to her aunt, and said:
'I m . the lover from whom you
fled, and from whom nobody can take
the Frauloin he loves. And now, Gna
Arra Vrnn. WO will all threo drive direct-
Ivlo a Lutheran clorgyman." And they
di.ltlio nnor aunt looking so Helpless,
tho demure Grotchen, with fresh ribbons
In hnr hair, and the man whose will was
law to those two women. May tortVJUfl
euiile on thorn all!
MEN OF TUB DM.
In the Judgment of those competent to
givo an ojiinion, JayGoiild occupies tho
same posiuou in vuo wima oi iinimce
that Bititnaak holds in ttio field of diplo
macy. Ilo stands solitary ati'l alone us
monarch of the hnancml arena, tower
ing above all rivals ami distancing all
competitors by the tremendous reach of
bis business conceptions ami the magnili-
ecnt genius with which be suggest their
successful conclusion. Without an im
mense inheritance, as in tho ca.se of Van-
derbjlt, to launch him into the full tido
of success, ho has by the force of his
own genius succeeded in attaining wealth
CKtinmti'd to bo over $l'.Ju,U0G.(H'j.
In his iKTsonid npiiearauce Gould i8
the most inferior of all the leading rail
way magnates. He has tho nervous,
rapid motion of a counter-jumper rather
than a railway king, txitu tronr aui
side face are inferior, but tho lower part
of the latter Is concealed in a beavy
beard, bo intensely black that it suggesU
artificial means, lie leads a nam Ulo,
latiors with inten.se application and is
driven by tho pressure of his CnL'ar;e-
monta until he may bo considered a mero
bondman. Ho Las no leisure, no society,
no reading, no recreation, but is contin
ually under the whip and spur of neces
Gould s wealth ha.s btteu amassed by
his eitraordinary tact in keeping his
own counsel. His brokers acting directly
under bis orders are by no means in his
secrets, and while one s t may be bull'
ing stock, tho other may bo unloading,
His plan for years has been to watch for
weak fctocks and when he has niudo a
selection he forces it down by a series of
well concerted attacks and then makes
heavy purchiws. forcing the market up
as easily as he forced it duwn. Only a
man of the highest order of genius can
carry on such a system and the fact that
GouM miccf.tH is the greatest proof of
bu val natural powers.
m 6apemitiou8 Enginecre.
"WfTut causes, aside fotu snow-storms
and a-cideiits. inuto piuv'nger trains
lute iu arrivirg at stationsr' lii'iutml a
Foot n'porUT of the division superin
Well, they are- Innumerable; but
there is (itf entire of delay which is quite
cunou. and almwt uimXAuiitable, LiKO
sailors, engineers ore very superstitious.
I simiye they Ifocome so from tho com
porative solitude and dangers of their
Dositiims. With only a fireman as a
companion, thev are out in 'all kinds of
weathur. ant I can ti ll you, It is no
nleasant thin' for a man to rido at full
snood on a dark nirrht peering out of a
littlo window into a hlitekness made
more black by the bright Hare of tho
headlight On all sides is darkneas.and
tho littlo cpeck of monotonous track
ahead is all that ho can see. Certain
engines, like certain ships, get bad rep
utations, and tho men uaw to run inem.
Thev consider them unlucky, and bc-
hevo tbey are bound to Kin someoouy,
and so will rctusa to drive theni in vop
. n,, . . I. I I : 1
sik!. inis leeiing is uimosi ubihisui
among cnginwrs. Wo havo an engine
on our road now which tho men very
much dislike to be as,-inod to. I was
oiife on a road in the West which owned
an cnglno which the men were jositiv
Iv afi-aid of. it was so unlucky.
'i ei, all enLinecrs nre moro or teas
.. . - i
superstitious; their willing mai;cs mem
so. At one time one oi ixir lasi ir:uaa
from New York kept coining into Hart
ford from two to live ruiuutes late. At
first I thought it was due to somo ma
terial causo, but at luM. as itio irain ar
riviid in New Haven on time, I deter
mined to find out tho trouble. On tho
arrival of tho train In New Haven tho
engineers were changed, and, as ine
timo was all right up to That point, i
knew that time was wing lost between
there and Hartford. I couldn't under
stand it for tho road is good all the way,
and time s!imld bo made up over it, in
stead of lost. I went down there ono
day aud a.-4ed ttie engineer what made
him late so repeatedly. He said ho
didn't know, only that tho engine would
not make time, lie lnvd always boon a
competent man, and was thought much
of on the road. I got into tho cab with
him, and, aftera short distance hadboen
Sossed, found that the engine was not
oing its part I told tho engineer to
throw open tho tbrottle-valvu. At first
he refused to do so, but when I repeated
tho onler ho did bo, and wo reached
Uartfdrd on time. After that ho was
never late because of tho eniri no. Tho
fact W08 that ho hud got seined; but af
tor ho had been relieved of ullapprenen
sion tho trula camo in reimlarly on
"Ouco, when I waa running a night
train between hero and Springfield, 1
had a queer experience. My liremau
was a voung fellow who, twiee.when we
reached the bridge over tho Connecticut
at Windsor Locks, disappeared from tho
cub. Tho third time I watched him,
and notioed that he had gone into the
tender and crouched down in the coal in
one corner. When wo wero well into
the bridge I called out to him, aud he
came into tho cab with a fuco as white
as marblo, and ho was shaking all over.
I asked him what was tho matter, and
he said, "There's some fellows up in tho
rafters there, and somo time they're go
ing to chuck rocks lit us.' You see, tho
idea had' suirirosted itself to him ono
night, and, being superstitious, ho had
curried it around in his head until ho
really believed i."-Uarlford (f.)
Tho Detroit imt ami mount warns
the girls who have taken to wearing
helmet bats that u tncy umiaio mo po
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
Substitute for Calomel and Quinine.
Blmmon's Liver Ilegulator, purely vege
table, is equal in powur to blue mass or
calomel, but without any of their injuruua
"I have used Simmon a Liver Regulator,
and find it a most excellent medicine, act
ing like a charm on the liver. It is a most
excellent substitute tor calomel. Have
tried it in several cases of bilious disorders,
chills and fever, and find it effects a cure
in a most satisfactory maimer.
UK. J. II. IIowkn, Clinton, Ga."
The Delight of the Ladies,
because it enhances their charms tenfold is
Bozodont, with which no dentifrice can
compare. It checks premature decay ol
the teeth, completely removing tartar from
their surfaces, iukerstices aud cavities,
whitening them, rendering the gums
healthy and coralline and the breath as
balmy as the odor of flowers. The gritty
and acid properties which rcuder many
tooth powders as washes objectionable are
not to bo found in America's favorite teeth
Who that has ever lived any timo in the
country but must havo heard of the virtues
of Burdock as a blood purifier. Burdock
Blood Bitters cure of dyspepsia, billious-
ness and all disorders arising from impure
blood or deranged uver or kidneys. Trice
$1.00 P.G. Bcbub, Agt.
SnrLOu's Cough and Consumption Cure
iu sold by us on a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. PaulG. Schuh, Agent. 6
The Howe scales have all the latest im
provements. It is true economy to buy
the best. Borden, Selleck & Co., agents,
St. Louis, Mo. (3)
A fortune may be spent itf using ineffect
ual medicines, when by applying Thomas
Eclectric Oil a speedy and economical cure
can be affected. In cascRS of rheumatism,
lame back, bodily ailments, or pains of
every description, it affords instant relief.
T. G. Schuh, At.
Dyspepsia, diarrhea, and dysentery can
be cured by using Wright's Indian Vegeta
ble rills which give healthy activity to the
entire system. (o)
Ckoup, Wnoopiso Cough and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent 8
To all who are suffering from the
and indiscretions of youth, nervous
ness. early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recine that will euro you, tree
of charge. This great remedy was discov-
ered by a missionary in boutn America
Send a self addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Innian. Station D. New York
That hacking cough can be so quickly
cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it
Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 1
"Your Spring Blossom is a success. I
certainly think its effects are wonderful; all
tho dyspeptic symptoms I complained oj
have vanished, my wife is also enthusiastic
in praise ot it; she was ' aisngured ny
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,
It. M. WILUAMSON,
Elk street, Buffalo."
Price !50 cents, trial bottlea 10 cents. P.
G. Schuh, At.
Will'you srjFPERwith Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint! Shiloh's Vital lzcr's
guaranteed to cure you. Paul G. Schuh,
Go to Paul O. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
Trora 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in lungusn
and German. Price 15 cents.
Sleepless kiouts mado miserable by
that teuible cough. Shilob'B Cure is the
remedy for you. Paul Q . Schuh, Agent. i
By the unthinking, Burdock has 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 lias long been
acknowledged by savants as most invalu
able as a diuretic, aperient and blood puri
tier. Burdock Blood Bitters embody all
its good qualities. Price $1.00, trial size
10 cents. I . U. scnun, Agt.
I OH lame back, side or chest, use ShilohV
Porous Plaster. Prico 25 cents. PaulG
Schuh, Agent. 5
Dan'l Plank, of Brooklyn, Tioga Co., Pa.,
describes it thus: "I rodo thirty miles for
a bottle of Thomas' Eclectric Oil, which
effected the wonderful cure of a crooked
limb in Fix applications; it proved worth
more than gold to me." T. U. Scliuii, Agt
Shiloh's Vitalizeu is what you need for
Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness
and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10
and 75 cents per bottlo. Paul O. Schuh,
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of L'etierativo organs. 1. 5 tor f 5. ah
druiriiBts. Bond for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy. 8 5 First Ave.. N. Y. Hold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Mothers t Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are vou disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffe'ing aud
crying wUh the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle oi
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relievo tho poor littlo sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistako
about it- There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it. who will uot toll you
at onco that it will regulato tho bowels,
aud givo rest to tho mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating liko ningic.
It is perfectly Bafo to uso in all cases, aud
pleasant to the taste, and Is tho prescrip
tion of ono of tho oldest and best femalo
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 39 centB a bottlo.
recablo dressing tor the hair, that
its fulling, has buen long sought
ker's Hair Balsam, distinguished
urity, fully supplies this want.
On Thirty Day's Trial.
Wo will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Elec
tro-Voltaic Belts and other Electric Appli
ances on trial for UO days to young men
and other persons afflicted, with Nervous
Debility, Lost Vitality, etc., uuuranteoiuK
speedy relief and complete restoration of
vigor and manhood. Also for Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, Parulytis, Liver and Kid
ney milieu I ties, Rupture, and many other
diseases. I Unstinted pamphlets sent fret.
Address Voltaic Bult.C'o.. Marshall. Mich.
Thus, Eitclmn, Bradf'oid. Pa., writes: "I
enclose money fur SuriiiL' Blossom, as I
said I would if it cured me. Mv dvspepia
has vanished, sil) all its mniitoius. Many
thanks; I shall never be without it in tho
house. Price .10 cents, trial bottles 10
cents. P. G. Schuh. A i?r.
Indian Blood Syrup.
TTI"lT7U Dvspla, Liver Ms
1 'I J U'V 'nsfi.. Fever himIAlmic
J J XX) L.JKJ Heart Pisiwe.hili.ms.
ne-ts, Nervous Debility
THE I1EST JiF.MEbY KNOWN TO MAN!
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1370!
1'hii Svrup pofx.wfi varied properties: It stim
ulate! tho ptva!ln In the nnllva, which converts
thu Harcb nud oiiKur of the food into "lucoee. A
deficiency in ptyuliLe csues wiud and routing ol
tho food Id the ttomach. if the medicine jtun
immediately after eating, the ferment aliou ol l-xd
It acts upon the Liver,)
It acts upon the Kidneys,
It Kegnlatcs th bowels,
It Parities the Mood.
It Quiets the Nervous System.
It Promotes Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strengthens and Invigorates,
It Carries ofl' the Old Tilood ami makes New,
It Opens the. Ports of (he Skin and Induces
It nentraliKei' the hereditary tmnt, or prison in
the Wood, which generate citrofula, iirinii la.
and all manner of ctkiu Ulaee and Intumal hu
mor. There are no "pirltn employed in Hi manufaclnre
nri ll Can he taken by the inopt delicate hnbe. ur by
. U A ...... .. 1 . . . . . . '
... i, mu uu'i n.-euie, care onijiiiciii' required in at-
Lvuie u iu uireei.oun.
Oa'.va. Henry Coanty, Ills.
I vm nifferliiK from Sick lleaduche and IJ :
nca to that I could not attend to my household da-
tie. and a chort trial of Dr. C lark Johncoirg Indi
an Blood syrup tflcctuallv cured me.
JIKS IIELKN ELKIN3.
Waterman Station, DtKalb Co., Ills.
TMp if to certify that Dr Cinrk Johnion'n Indian
IliOiid Hvrup hai cured mo of Pain In the Hack. It
le a valuable, medlcino. illiH WOOD,
.Centre HID. White Co., Ark.
Thli" It to certify that 1 wne afllicted with Palpi
tation of thu Ueart lor many years I tried diiler
ent doctors, whofc prescription!! tended more to
weaken mo than they d;d to Htrtnirthen. I t lat
re lved to try Ir. Clark Jolmson Indian Blood
Syiup, which proved to bu a poi:ive cure not on
ly curlnir thu Heart uieaftt, mil also a bick llcml
ach which had been iroubllnt' me.
MKb MAKV A. KBAL.
I wai ailllcted with I.lver Com plaint and Dyspep
la and failed to Rut relief, aitlionuh upltn; medi
cine from our licet doctors I com in e need u-in
Dr. .lohufon s Indian Wood hvrup. Hiidaehoit triul
cured mo. T. W. RISING, Moliue, 111.
Thi certttks that Dr. Clark Johnson's Imlinu
H'.ood Syrup has effectually cured me of Dyspepsia.
Too much cauuot ho Kuid hi praise f It.
W. B. Wl.MMfc.lt, Dcdford, Mo.
Aveuts wanted for the sale of the Indian Wood
Syrup in every town or village, in winch I have to
aunt, Particulars h on application.
L.iltrMory 77 Weft lid st N. i'. City.
rjlX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To John Q. Hurmtin or any olher pcreun or per
Yon are hereby notified that ut a sab; of real es
tate In thu county of Alexander and statu ol llli
nolo held by the comity coilei tor of said l omily
at the southwesterly Joor of thu court luiuo iu Urn
city uf Cairo, In said r.oimh uud state, ou the J'.id
dny of AncUst. A. D lvl the umlerstued,
P. FlUterald purchased the - following de
tcrlbed real estnto sltiiuled in thu county
of Alexander and stnte of Illinois, fir
the laxesdue and u paid ther.'.in for thu yeur A
D. lbV'.l. together with in naltien uud costr :
said real estate beiiii; tuxed iu the pumu i f
.lohnCj Harinuu. lo-wit: Tlie soiilheaht iinarler
is e '4) ol section nuniuer iweuiy-eeven cj,i, town-
shin (ourteeii (II 1, south nun three i ll west. I he
time allow ed by law for the redumption of mid n ul
eata'u will expire 011 the -J:ird duy ot Aiil'UsI, A.
1'ATHK'K FITZO KIlALJj, Purchasur.
Cairo, Ills., May 5ih, A. I). In.vJ.
rjAX PUltCUASEH'H NOTICE.
To E. P. Kerhy, or any olher person or persons
Yen are hereby notified that at a sale of real o
tato In thu county ot Alexaiiderandstutr ul'Illlnols,
held by thu county collector of said county, at tun
southweslerlv door of tho couiuhouse In the city
of Calm, In said county and slate, on the li lrd day
of AiiL'tist. A. j). 1SJS0, the undersliiui'd.
P. KttzRurald, liurc.hased the followinR
described real cstale sitnat' d in thu
county of Alexander and nute of I'liuois, fur the
taxes duo and unpaid thureou fur thu year A. D.
1S7W, toKCther with putialtlos and coeis:
said real ustalo beiug taxed in thu name of
K. P. Kurby, to-wit: Tho noithwest iiuarler (uw Si)
and thu northeast Hirti'r (n e l of aerlloii untn
ber twenty threo ('.Ml, township fourteen (14) south
riini'u three west. Thu tlmu allowed hy
law for tho redemption of said real estate will ex
pire on Ihoi.'lrd dnv of Aumist. A. 1). 1W
PATRICK FlTZUKIt Al.l), Purchaser.
Cairo, IIU., Hay 5th, A. 0.
GineLi. llucliti. il.m-
Irake, StilliiiKia, and
many of the best medi
cine known are com
bined In Parkcr'iGlncer
Tonic, Into a medicine
of such varied powers, as
to make it the greatest
Urst Health AStronaUt
1 anil l'url icrniul tna
Hi", to re r Ever llaed.
It cures Rheumatism,
Sleeplessness, & diseaess
Cfthe Momacli, nowcis,
U n 1 Lunp,, l-iver.v Miin.iy.
nfllr HalC'im, AlacntiHydillctnitfioni
LunR,.I iver ,v Kidnoy,
mjr.L.V'lSr' and other Ionics.
mi . . 11 iters, mote,
In,. N.v mi, k, ,), Oj, neverltitoxlcates. llucoa
muiuleolorto(ruy hitlr. & Co., chemists, N. V.
a w ll?'A iP,y r
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7; 1882. '
Over 2,000,000 Bottles Consumed Annually.
I'or coughs, rolds, sore throat, bronchlUs, asthma, pneumonia, consumption and all dlicasei oftks
throat, chest aud lunys.
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Mill III I I I I
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ii, iui.iji,:ui uu auvaiiceu vales', aua
, . . , , , . all diseases of ihe throat, chest and InDRS,
tin it has never been so advantageously compounded as In tho celebrated Toln, Hock.and Kve la ad
liilon to its sooth InirKalsanuc properties, It allords a dIUuslve stimulant and tonic, to build no the
syHtem nfler the co.iijh has been relieved.
j-PUT UP IS OUART SIZE EOTTLFS FOR FAMILY USE, PRICE 81.00JFJ
A T TrP I rlV J, u9t 1)0 dolvjd by dealers who try to palm on upon you Itock and Rvlo
V-iV V livyii. placu of our Tola, KocK and Kye, which la ttie onlv medicated article made
the (-etiuina has a private ale proprietary stamp on each bottlo.
The TOLU, KOCK and KYE CO., Proprietors, 41 River street, Chicago, IU.
Sold by Druooists, Giiockrs and Dealers Everywhere.
: - m.--.. M A J
l ubllnhed Monthly, J'rtcn $3.00 )er
No. 1 (New Series) Contains
CotfiiirebTtlid River Soiif AVCho Dolfuss. S o
Oscr ilio Sia-Sfioir Clio J. M. North. jo
O ll-.ish Thee, My Raliv Itichards. 30
Ye I-ilto llirds Quartet Smart. 10
The I .fivers' I arcwell Quartet W. 1). 10
lirihlKvef Waltz .. Fnnvtll. 35
Quei n of Hearts Gavotte Ilirlcfelii. 30
Heel and Toe tialop four Hands ..Ilender. 3J
vev Veara' Greetir.(f I'nllia Eiselihoru. 30
fuo Stcubcu'a Grand March Drunler. 40
A Trial Trip No. 1 and a mailed post paid,
Addre: j. L. PETERS, 307 North Fifth Street, St. Louis. Agency for Cumm
Pianos, Hay State Organs, Ditson's F.ditions &t. Send for our Ulmtrnted Price List
NEW ADVERTISES KNTM.
TIIIM'N IMPROVED ROOT 11EKK. 25C
lA-,l,'kJ package- makes 5(,'allnsof a deli
cious, wholesome, sparkllntf temperance be
eruj;. .'k your drurjirist, or sent by mail for 'J5c.
v. L UIKJS.S, ia .1. Uela. Ave., I'Ullada.
VK.'rits VV'antotl for Sullivan's
IRELAND OF TO-DAY.
1 Introduction by Thus. Power O'Connor, J!. P.)
Centuries of English oppression set forth. It de
sclln'S Ireland' rnin and tho people's desperation
It show s how the land was confiscated and tho In
dustries destroyed. It explalue tho Land League,
tho Land Art aud the Coercion Hill. Contains 32
t'liirruvlng aud map Id colors. Price only 2 per
copy. Saies Immense. Bend BOc. for full outfit
aud beein work at once. For full particnlara, ad
dress J. C. MuCCKDY CO. Chicago, 111.
WHAT WILL THE WEATHER .'BE TO-MORROW?
Pool's SIGNAL SERYICE BAROMETER
Or STORM GLASS tnd THERMOMETER Combined,
WILL TLLL YOU!
i Will detect and Indicate
oormotly any chanK In
inaitiuio. Will full I he
kind of storm approach.
ins. and from Wrist di
rection Invaluable to
can plan their work ao.
Sate tu timw It eont Id
a single season. Has an
attached, which alonojj
i endorsed I17 the dik
foMiors, aud bcientUlo
men of the daj to be t he
DICT IN THI WCSIJ I
The Tbormomntor and
Buromet.ir are put in a
nicely finished walnut
frame, with silver-iilated
triniminirs. etc. making
it beautiful as wall sa
usorul ornament. e will
nd yea sample one,
telivtrtil ftrt. to your
place, in vond order, on
mcoiptot lord lor t.
aacmH are maauia
troin tf to fJO daily 'll-
inx thetn.1 trinlvul con.
r,,(rvrii. Urtler atones.
Jusl the thins to sell to
farmers, mcrcuante, ote.
Invaluable to everybody
U. S. Postatio Stamps
In ftoodortlor taken, but
Sen'1 l"r I'irnilsr and tentis. Adilnwi all order tg
l (.l) TI1KU.M(MIETKK UOltliM,
(Lar)ie.t eHtablisliuientof tlio kind in the world,)
4lHSveio, Onwi-mu County, N. .
ITrt( yourVii iHre.i huutt mi JSlo )lainif, and rs(l (
UKU Altl: OF WOKTIII.Kfci IMlTATIOXt!
N.nie Ki'iiuiiie without uur Tradw-Mnrk.and iNima
turo of J. A. I'oou on back of Instrument, as bolnw;
KverT inrnmetit w nrrntitodPrr( and UtlwM.
fciio of IustmniMit : v inches l"rur,Sl Im-hos wide,
return it at once and we will mfuud your money .
i'ltsieu 1UU1 where yoo uw our advurtiuueut,
The American Popular Dictionary, $1.00
Thl nudfulsnd els.
nn volume I a com-
<e library and
Jvroll a tho licit Plo-
iinnitrT 111 mo wona.
Huperbly bontuS In
nluth and (tilt. It Cos.
JTIIHS rvKHT WORD IN
duidu, with It true
nwlllng and prouuun-i-latlnn
amount ot abselutely
uotiu scliMioe, Uythol-
kt, Bl.vraphy, Am
orlcan illntury, Laws,
Htn., bolaif purfecl
Library uf refsrenca,
Costa u oo, stiii the
cobtsonly $ , "wortS
ten tluit tlie money."
H. Y. Atlas. ' ws
htTonnvorxienlMniinal eltnsr in price, nulsh ,r eon.
tonts ." Tba Ailveruto. "A iHirfAct Dictionary and library
of reference'1 Uwllo's Illun. Mew. N. Y. lino eopy ol
tho American Popular Dictionary (Illustrated), theitrtat.
at and heat Ixnik overpublltliwl, post-paid U) any adilroi
on receiptor S . sva-BntlroaatliiiactlonKUaranUiwI. Two
copies postpaid $J, Order nt onco. , Tula vffor Is
trood for to days only, and U1 novor be uiade autalu. tola
copies for Five Dollars, (letaveof your rluuda to
s.'nil with yu and yuu gut yonr own bunk True.
WWu Manuacturloff Co., 120 Katun Bt., Few Torfc
Our readers will iind this
wonderful book tho cheap
eat llctlonarv publlslied. The
information it contains is worth
many times tho amount asked
for it, and it should bo in tho
possession of everybody. With
thi9 book in trie library for refer
ence, many other much more
pensive works can bo dispensed
with, and ignorance of his
country, history, business,' laws,
etc., is inexcusable in any man
Xote the price, $1,' pottt-iKiUt.
COV'er week can bo made In any
rfomethlne entirely new for agents). $,1 outfit
M. W. INGKAUAM A CO., lloslon, Mass-
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A vinilm of youthful imprudenoe causini? l'mius
Itiro l'tcav, Nerrous Debility, Lost Manhooi, etc,
liavinR tried iu vaiu every known remedy, has dis
covered a simple self cure, which be will send FKKB
to I'.i Mlow-suflerers, address J, It. UULf fcJ,
li tUHihntu fiit.. M. V. ..
it .: 1 :5Ai ill
H .'.I4 I . t r- U
Hat always been onu of the most Important
ii weajMins wielded by tho medical faculty
I I .""" the encroach menu of CouKh, Colds.
I L ,!ro,ltnlt'''' Asthma, Sore Threat. Consnmp
annum Vunt-jiaH. Stnglt Not. SO tti.
No. 2 (New Series) Contains
I'd be a Butterfly Sonir Richard, t M
on, iieiitie mras 1 cnor song . .. riennttt.
The Kustic Leaves Duet ..William.
The Chapel Fein, or mix. voicea,.KreuWer.
Three Fishers Quartet Hullah,
Sparkling Iteautv WalU Uarker,
Picture Cards Dinette Hehrea.
rioccaccio Murch Pour Hand ...Drestler.
Chimin); Hell I'olka. ItaphaeUon.
en receipt of is ct., or four month for $1.00.
OF ST. LOUIS, MO.
Which were totally destroyed by Ire on May
aud beptember 21, 181,
Orders are solicited for
Strictly Pure White LeaJ aud Red Lead,
Cold-Pressed and Pure Dark Castor
Oil, Raw and Double Boiled
YOFiW MFN Ifyoawanttolosrn:
IUL,.mj MCjVI phyinafowmonth,
certain of a situation, address Valeutiue llrothors,
uauesvuiu, vt is,
A DVKltTlSKllSl send for our Meet List of -"cal
NcwspB'iers. (Jeo. P. Kovvcll 4 Co., 10
p nice atreet. X. Y.
120 Broadway, vew
of any Life Ineuranco Company
IN THE WOULD.
It alone If sues
etlpnlstlns that tho contrtirt of Intnrance "shall
r.ot be disputed" alter It Is threo years old,
and that fuch policies ahall be
on receipt of satisfactory proofs of death.
its pulley Is clear and concise, and contains
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
K B.-KFAD YOUtt l'OMCUX Compaw tha
short and simple rortu used by tho Kuultable with
thelonu and obscure contracts loaded down With
technicalities Issued by other eouipanloil
Its CASH RETURNS
to pulley holders are
N. II. Hum the dihiiv letters from policy holder
exprsssliii; their itralinrutlon with ths ruturut from
their Tuntimk tiaviNus Funk 1'oLtuiss.
HiH'UMBO of it) '
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely IuvetetL Dearly
E. A. IJUItNETT, Atfont,
Offlce, comer lflh and Wshlngto.
Novewber IWl. mWw
ilco WJ $v fwvci catca tao