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K. A. HUKNKTT,
Publisher and I'ronrlutor.
THE EIVAL DOCTORS.
I spout two days of last week at N
, ono of those pretty thriving, pie-
turesipio towns which dot the manili
cent and bold landscape of western IVnn
6)lauiii, and which are miniature cities
In Uio eneiyy, progresniveness, cduca
tior, ami enliiviition of tlieic inhabit
ant!, mid jnodel.H of advanced municipal
retaliations. It was a rc-visit to the
plum, for I had lived there for ft year,
eeviral yearn a, attaeliod to thustnIo
nev.spuper of tlio town, which nowKpa
periias, in tho mean time, R'lvanced
iron a somewhat uncertain weekly mib
liertion to tho dignity of a daily, with a'
cei ain toning down of tho pictorial nd
vetLsing columns, which renembled
Dotiing no much as a half-Hheet circus
polT, and a coiTe,iponding advance in
lUaews and general reading features.
I fund that change, tho epitaph of all
tin years everywhere, iimi heen busy
will tho people hero as elsewhere, anil
Gin of theso changes, completing a ro
niaico which was well advanced when I
qutted the town in Mil, enables mo to
tel the story entire.
Juring my residence there, my most
intmale friend, ami the one w ho.se houso
I uost frequented, wa.s l)r. Thomas
WkmI, who had moved to N from
riiladclphia, upon the death of his wife,
tor years before, bringing with him his
litJc daughter May, who at the time of
wlkh I write, had grown up to bo thu
acknowledged beauty of the town. The
luwse they occupied was an old-fashioned
brick iiiaosiun in the centre of tho
tovn, which Dr. Wood had inoderniM-d
bythe addition of a huge bay-window,
th;t was always filled with 'geraniums,
ro-s and myrtles, that, with a couple
rf -mall orange-trees, were the adinira
ti' of the neighborhood. Not that Dr.
W'joiI had any horticultural ta.-tes. On
thi contrary, he was very severe on tho
diotion of minds to such trilles as flow
er;, fancy work, music, and dancing;
Lir then" blm.'-eyed May dillercd with
Liai. and tohl him so in the sweetest,
eaacie-t, and most lovable manner im
aginable. Upon the opposite side of tho street
there had jii't lvn completed, at tho
time of which I speak, a row of
houses of an unusually imposing ap
ptaranee, and which were diguilied by
the high-sounding name of "Maple Ter
race, thut being tho kind of tree which
was most conspicuous by its absence in
the immediato locality. TiVy were all
to let, although tho last finishing touch
es had ls;en put on them in tho way of
1airit and paper, and they wanted noth
ng save furniture and human beings to
a&suino a civilised appearance.
('M!:i!.,,r ni:' af MKhiii at t!n din toi's
Louse, 1 .-aw evidences ol life in Maple
terrwe, and upon eii'piiry of May ns
rertaiiii'd that two of the houses had
"l'apa is I'titc jilejised," said idie,
"bccaiiT. yon-Know, he looks upon
those twelve holies as twelve new pu
tient.s." Hut," said I. "have you not read tho
advertisement: "Ileaithy and airy situa
tion, implying neighborhood, and only
one phyMciunr" "
"Oil yes," MuilVil May; "but sickness,
I am sorry to say, is apt to run about
ot some time or other, even in airy situation-,."
Two days afterward another hill was
taken down, and in my strong interest
in the terrace, which I had seen grow
up tinder my eyes, 1 called to congratu
"Oh yes," hho exclaimed with unusu
al oagerness; "and I think by a family
that will proven valuable addition to
the neighborhood, for a very handsome
and distinguished-looking young gentle
man drove up there this morning and
spent nn hour in lookingover the house,
and I suppose ho hits taken it."
Jt was several days before .1 saw her
again, and then she caught mo by the
Land, drew me rapidly to tho window,
and, with a semi-tragic expression, she
pointed to the house over tho way. I
looked, and, to my astonishment, saw
upon the shutters, painted in 'Very largo
gold letters. "Kdiinnul Kand, Ml)."
"A rival, indeed," said I, "promising
a Montague and Capulet state of things.
15ut perhaps a Komeo and Juliet may bo
found to terminate it."
"Don't laugh," replied May gravely;
"papa is vexed and indignant. Imagine
two physicians in this locality! It's all
tho fault of this advertisement. Some
scheming young man has seen it, and,
finding no hope of practice elsewhere,
has come hero. I supposo ho is as poor
as a rat."
At this instant three wagons full of
new furniture stopped i front of Dr.
Hand's door, and May absolutely turned
pnlo upon discovering that it was of tho
tuost elegant description.
"The wretch has got a young wife,
too!" ' sho exclaimed, as a piano and
harp came to view; and then she added,
rising, "This will never do; they must
bo put down at once; they aro strangers
In the neighborhood; wo aro well known.
I have a plan which I think willcll'ectu
ally dispose of tho interlopers. 1 will
give an evening reception and ball, and
will immediately prepare ft list of all tho
people I wish to invito."
Laughing at tho wicked ingenuity of
tho plan by which tho enemy was to bo,
crushed by tho mero forco of numbers
of her allies, 1 assisted in preparing tho
list, which hiul already bocomo a very
long ono, when Miss Wood Biiid, after u
few moments of deep relleetion:
"Ono namo more must bo added; they
must bo invited."
"Who, MayP" I exclaimed in a tone
Of gonuino Hurpriso.
"Mr. and Mrs. Kdmund Hand," re
plied fay in a triumphant tone, while I
was speechless front astonishment.
The ball took plaeo to tho admiration
of all N . It was a splendid allnlr
in fact, it was the greatest of tkok'"d
I .Li..! .XT IT ' " . .1 "' ' mmmm mm ss- i , i, , iusji. in i .,
w'ncii N had ever known. Mr. and
Miss Hand eamt, ai d were received with
cold politeness by both father and
daughter. The young nun .vm good
looking, intelligent, and posseted of
that kind of manner which betokens fa
milinrity with relined and cultivated
society. Miss Hand, his sister was a
charming girl of some twenty summers,
who seemed rather amused at the man
ner of Dr. Wood and his daughter, but
Young hand's only revenge for the
coldness manifested by May wa., a.,l,ing
her to dance, which wie ceitaioly vea"
lions, for his tone was so picking niel
his manner no coin-Icons that -1 m eoiihl
not but feel pleased when ls wanted to
bo irate, distant, and sl,.:e!y.
They danced together several times,
and to the astonishment of many friends
of the young lady, of myself in'pai licu
lar, they went do'wn to supper the be4
of friends, laughing and joking like old
acquaintances. Next dav, however, she
resumed her original cofdnes.s of man
ner when tho brother and sister called
lo pay their respects. She was -iinji'y
polite, and no more, and afler two or
three words they retired. Miss Hand be
coining as still' and formal as her new
ac'iiaintance. From that day May be
came restless and discontented, seating
herself constantly in the bay window,
and watching the oppoite house to see
if patients came, or if Edmund Hand
made any attempt to call about in tho
ncighWhood and introduce himself.
One day Dr. Wood had been called to
a distance to see a patient seriously ill,
and May sat at the window enjoing
her uual occupation, when suddenly
she discovered a boy running toward
the house. She recognised hint as a boy
employed by one of the principal fami
lies of the town a family with a host
of children, one of whom at least w:n
constantly in bed froru (its of Indiges
tion. The boy rang violently at the bell,
and hastily enquired, upon the door be
ing opened by tho servant, for Doctor
"He is not at home."
"He will be home directly," said May,
"Ob, but we can't wait. There's lit
tle I'eter been and swallowed a marble!"
and away he rushed across the street,
evidently under instructions, to the hated
May retreated to the sitting-room, and
cried with vexation; the enemy had
gained an entrance into the camp: for
if tins family became his patients others
would h sure to follow; and she looked
out of tho window again just in time to
see Kdmund Hand hurrying down the
Hut more was to come.
May belonged to a Thursday evening
whist party, where whist was the exce
tion and dancing the rule. On the
Thursday evening following Dr. Hand's
find call she attended one, when horror
of horrors! there was that gentleman
and his sister; and worse than that,
when a quadrille was being formed, he,
of all others, came to invito her to
dance. May wus a lady, and as such
could not refuse, so she took her place
in the set.
Despite herself, that evening she was
very much pleased with him. lie was
will-informed, had travelled extensive
ly, was full of taste and originality. Hu
sought, every opportunity oi addressing
himself to her, and found these oppor
tunities without much ditliculty. For
several Thursdays tho same thing oc
curred, for he was Incoming very pop
ular, and wad being invited every
where. One morning the father and daughter
were at breakfast. May ls-gan to like
her bay window letter than ever, and
when the young doctor camo out she
always returned Lis bow with a height
ening color that may have been the re
flection of tho roses that surrounded
Dr. Wood had been called out nt a
very early hour, and had returned to
breakfast in not the best of humors.
"1 suppose I shall dio in tho poor
house," said he, as he buttered his toa-t
with an alarming irritability. "This
Hand is getting all tho practice. Ho got
three of my patients yesterday."
"Oh, papa," replied May gently, "I
don't think ho has got a dozen altogeth
er." "A dozen! Well, that is a dozen lost
to nie, Miss. It's proof positive that
peoolo think me old, worn-out, useless."
"Nonsense, papa," said May. "N
is increasing in population every day,
and for every one he gets, you get two."
"Indeed!" replied tho doctor, with
considerable animation. "It looks to
me as if you rather sided with my rival."
Tho bell rang at this moment, and the
servant announced Dr. Hand.
Dr. Wood had no time to make any
remark ere tho young man entered tho
room, bowiiigmust politely to tho old
gentleman and his daughter, who look
ed as confused as her father looked sur
prised. The young doctor looked both
handsome and happy the old doctor
"l'ardon me, sir, for disturbing you
at this early hour, but your numerous
calls leavo mo scant opportunity. My
errand will doubtless surprise you, but
1 will bo frank aud open. I wish to ask
your permission, Dr. Wood, to pay my
addresses to your daughter."
"To do wind, siri'" thundered tho old
doctor in a towering passion. "Are you
not satisfied with trying to take from
mo my practice, but that you must now
rob mo of my child? I will never con
sent to givo her to voir."
"Hut sir," said Ivlmund Rand turn
ing to May, "I have your daughter's
permission to make this request. I told
tier of my intentions last night, and slio
authorised mo to say that she quite ap
proves of them."
"May," exclaimed her father In a
stern voice, "is this trueP"
"My dear papa, I tun iu no hurry to
get, married, and will never marry
against your wish; but I will never mar
ry nnyono elso than Kdmund."
"Ungrateful girl!" muttered Doctor
Wood, and 'the next moment ho sank
back in his chair with an attack of dis
ease of the hoart, to which ho had long
"Open tho window," said tho youn
man, preparing with promptitude and
earnestness to administer tho necessary
remedies. "Ho not alarmed, dear May
It is not a dangerous attack."
May obeyed her lover promptly and
quietly, quho awaro of the necessity of
self-possession 'and coolness in a caso
like tho present. Iu ball an hour Dr.
Wood was lying in a largo airy bed
room, and tho young man had (oft, - at
the request, of May, to attend a patient
of her father's. It was lato at night ero
he had finished his doublo rounds and
was able to bo at tho bedsidoof tho fath
er of May, who, withbis sister by her
side, sat watching.
"Ho sleeps soundly," said she in a
low tone, as lie entered.
"Yes, and is doing well," repliod Ed
mund. "I'll answer for his being up
and stirring to-morrow, if ho desires
"Hut will it not bo better for him to
rest some days?"
"Hotter, perhaps; but what will his
patients do without him?"
"You can attend to them as you havo
done to-day," said May pleadingly.
"My dear girl, you, who know mo,
can trust mo with your father's patients;
you know that when he is ablo to bo
about I would relinquish them unhesitat
ingly. Hut you must be awaro that
your fatherentertainsn different opinion
of me, and for him to discover that I
was attending his patients would bo to
retard his recovery."
"No, sir," cHine in a remarkably
strong voice froru tho bed; "I shall not
bo about for a month, and after mak
ing me take to my bed, the least you
caii do is to nttend to my patients."
"if you wish it sir."
"I insist upon it," said the old doc
tor; "and to prevent any opposition,
you can say wo are going into partner
ship." Hut "
"If you want my daughter," continu
ed the old doctor gruffly, "you must do
as I tell you. If you wish to be ray
son-in-law, you must bo my partner,
work like a horse, slave night and day,
while I smoke my pipe, drink my grog,
and enjoy myself generally."
"My dear sir," exclaimed tho young
man, "you overwhelm me."
"Dear pupa!" said May.
"Yes, dear papa!" muttered old Dr.
Wood. "A pretty girl you are: give a
mrty to crush the interloper; cry when
ie gets his first patient; watch him from
the window liku a eat watches a mouse,
and then want to marry him."
"Hut papa, is not this tho surest way
to end the opposition?"
"Yes; because we cannot crush him,
we take hint as a partner; never hoard
of such a thing," grumbled the old gen
tleman. "It is a nice return for tho
rearing of children, to have them take
part with your enemies."
Nobody made any reply to this, and
after a few more faint attempts at fault
finding, the old doctor fell asleep.
My tirst call upon my arrival last week
at N , was at Dr. Wood's house, and
the first thing to attract ray attention,
as I came in sight of it, was May in tho
"At your place," I said, as wo warm
ly shook hands.
"I am very seldom hero now," she
"Hecaase 1 live over the way," she
replied with a happy smile.
"Over tho way?'' questioned I with a
"Yes. Hu' of course you know I am
May Hand row, and here are the new
flowers in the bay-window," she added,
pulling out from tluir retreat behind
the tlower-boxos three youngfiesh faces
that were .staring eagerh down the street
at grandpapa. ho had just loomed in
1 left N the day following, very
happy over the delightful denouement
of the romance that began by rivalry.
"It's No Use,' says the despondent dys
peptic. But it is ot use. Your sulfuriui's
can be relieved ; thousands have been cured,
ana you can also, woken down, despond
ing victims of dyspepsia, liver complaint,
tever ami ague, rheumatism, nervous de
bility or premature decay, will find in Sim
mons Liver Regulator a vegetablo specific
which readies the source of tho trouble
and tlFects an absolute aud permanent cure.
It regulates the liver, dispels despondency
und restores health.
A Popular Tonic
rOK WEAK Lf.NOS and consumption.
No preparation ever introduced to tho
American public, for tho relief and euro of
Coughs, ("olds, Sore Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
Consumption iu tho incipient or advanced
stages of the disease, lias ever met with the
indorsements of pbycicians or pstients as
the celebrated "Tolu, Itock antl Rye." The
repented and continued sales of the article
everywhere are the best evidence of its real
merits. Letters aud ttstimunals from every
quarter of the country, attesting the stim
ulating, tonic and healing effects, are in
possession of tho proprietors, and can bo
adduced to convinco the most skeptical
reader ot its, intriumc virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary aud super
tluous, as a trial of this article, having a
pleasant tusto and agreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those who are afflicted or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of thu re
lief to l)e secured by tho use of Tolu, Rock
and Rye Chicago Times.
Go to Paul O. Schuli for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequalod. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Frice 15 cents.
An agreeable dressing for tho hair, that
will stop its falling, has been long sought
for. Parker's Hair Balsam, distinguished
for its purity, fully supplies this want.
On Thirty Day's Trial.
We will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Elcc
tro-Voltaic Belts and other Electric Appli
ances on trial for JJ0 (lays to young men
and other persons afflicted with Nervous
Debility, Lost Vitality, etc., guaranteeing
speedy relief and complete restoration of
vigor nnd map hood. Also for Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver nnd Kid
ney difllcttUies, Rupture, and many other
diseases. Illustiirted pamphlets sent freo.
Address Voltaic Holt.Co:. Marshall, Mich.
Allen's Brain Fpod positively euros norv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weaknoss
Of generative organs. l; 8 for 5. All
druggists... Bond for circular to Allon'i
Phnrmacy, 815 First Ave, N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
WED NESDAY MORNING.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child Buffering and
crying with tho excruciating pain of cutting
tecthll If so, go at onco and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow'B Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve tho poor little sult'erer 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 onco that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to tho child, operating like mngie.
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to tho taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of ono of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in tho United Btates.
Bold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
i no nowu bcale twk tirst premium at
Philadelphia, Paris, Sydney, and other ex
hibitions. Borden, Htlleck & Co., agents,
St. Louis. (5)
FifVEits arid Intermittents of all kinds
are speedily relieved and entirely cured by
UHing Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills. (5)
JJOTICB TO CONTUACTOHS.
Office of City Clerk. Cairo, III., May Wth, 182
D'alcd proposal will j received at tbU oH'.co
lir.tll IhH mei-tliiy; of tn cty c utic11 TneKilKy ev
unlne. May itlrd next, for fiiriilililda 7&0 feet 15
Inch. 1.411 feet li Inch newer plpp, aleo propoula
forexcrayatilie. laying and prfrmlnn all labor
lieceKcnry for the rompletion of newer on thu f
lowlntt utrceH: The lMnrh newer to ha lnlrt on
Commercial ay:nu irnm Second fi Kifih flrecti.
i; men on (.ommeMni avetiau from Nirietli to
Tenth streets. On Walnut from Hevrnlli loMne li
Mroet: and on rvreuty-aecond afreet from Pine to
vtiimu etruKtx. Proposal will be rece ved for
fllrntclihiL' the above ewur nlc or rlnlnv Dm work
or both. Said pipe to be of the bent material and
work ruuHt be Mtlefuc:ory to committee on alroein.
A Rood and anfflelerithond lor twice iho araonnt of
bid must accomoanr all propositions . The ritfht
to reject aur arjd all bids reserved br thscitv.
1). J. rOLKV, City Clerk.
JOTK'K TO CONTRACTORS.
Office of City Clerk. Cuiro III., Mav 13th, IS--.'.
Si a'.cd proposal will bo received at mv ofllco
nntil the meeting of thu cltv council on Tuf sday
evening May 23rd fur keeping all the public drive
wells In the city In pood working order for thu re
maining portion of the fiscal year (Anril :lLh. lftrfi.
Also proporals for sluklug drive well and furnicu
ing material at St. Mary's, Park. Statin? price pr-r
foy and size of pipe to be used. A Kood and suffi
cient bond of twice the amount ot proposal most
accompany Md. The rlfjht to reject ny and all
bids referred hy the city. i. J, FoLKY.
'pAX PCRCHASEH'S KOTICK.
To Almarlon Worlhinton or any o'her person or
persons inien sted:
You are hereby notified thit at a nI of real e
Uie In the rouoiy ol Alexander find stair of Illinois,
lield by the county collector of cid county, at the
sonthwcsler'y door of the coiut house iu the city
of Cairo, tn said county aid Htnte, on Hie sua dav
of Autfuat, A. 1). lsrJ), Joiiu lintes purchnted tlie
f.illowine described real istnte sltuat'.d in Ihe
county of Alexander and state of Illinois, for tho
tmcs due ar.d unpaid tliurenn for the year A. 1).
)S?. 1877, l7i. and IST'J, togr Jf with penalties and
costs; said real estate tjeiun taxed iu the name of
A'marioHWorthinirton.to-wit: Th-t east half of
'he south oa.it quarter (e )'( s ekf section No. IS,
township 15, south raritfe -i west. Which raid
certificate has been duly assigned to the nnd .T
slKned. The time allowed by law for the re
demption of aald real estate will expire on the
xetb day of August, A. D. W-i.
V. SfLUVAN, Assignee.
Cairo, Ills., May 15th. A. O. I?-'.
Indian Blood Syrup.
i Hvspersta, Liver Uls
aJ eases. Fever and Aitiip
II . 1.1........:. I.:!.1.. '
iimn 1'icnse, onions
ncHH. Nervous Debility
THE I5EHT REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN!
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
This Svrup possesses varied properties: It stim
ulates the ptyallne In tho saliva, which converts
the starch and sugar of the food Into glucose. A
deficiency in ptyallne causes wind and souring ol
the food in the stomach. If the nicdicke j wsjn
Immediately after eating, Uio leruientatlou ol loed
It acts upon the Llver.l
It sets upon the Kidneys,
It Rebuilt tos the Bowels,
It Parities the Blood.
It Quiets the Nervous System.
It Promotes Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strengthens Hud Invigorates,
It Carries off the OH Blood and makes New,
It Opens the Tores of the Skiu and Induces
It nontrallees the hereditary taint, or poison In
the blood, which' generates Scrofula, Krvaipelus,
and all manner of Mkin Diseases and Internal hu
mors. There are no ipirlla mployed In Ha manufacture
and It CBn be taken by the most delicate babe, or by
tho agod and feeble, care only boinjr required In at
tentlm to directions.
Oalva, Henry County, Ills,
I was suffering from Bick Headache and IVral.
nost so that I could not attend to my household du
ties, and a short trial of Dr. Clark Johnson's Indi
an Blood Syrup effectually enred me.
MUS 11HLKN ELKIN9.
Waterman Station, DeKalb Co., Ills.
This Ie to certify that Dr Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Syrup has cured me of Pain In the Hack. It
la a valuable medlclno. MUSWuoD,
Coutre mil, White Co., Ark.
This is to certify that I was afillcted with Palpi
tatlon of the Heart for many years I tried diilur
ont doctors, whose prescriptions tended more to
weaken me than they did lo strengthen. I at last
res lved to try Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Wood
Hyiup, which proved to bo a positive cure-not on
ly clnR the Ocart Disease, but also a Bick Head
ach which liad been troublim? mo.
I was afflicted with Llvor Complaint and Dyspep.
sla and failed to get relief, althornh using medi
cines from our host doctors. I commenced tie I nil
Dr. Johnapn i Indian Wood Hvwp, and a short trial
cured mo. T. W. HlsiNO, Molina, 111,
This fortWoi that Dr. Olnrk Johnson's Indian
Blood Syrup has effectually cured m of Dyspepsia.
Too much caunot be said In praise oMt.
W. B. W1.MMKB, Bedford, Mo.
Afent wanted for the sals ol the Indian Blood
By nip in eery town or village, In which 1 have uo
aeut. Particulars jjlveu on application.
DKUOGI8T8 SBLL IT.
Ubratory 77 West 3d ft., N.T. City.
fa fellff all
S3 mmmMk I?
MAY 17, 1883.
r-V'Mt-n ua hm r
B... .7. -w 1.1 I A . V J -w
Over i 000,000 Bottles Consumed Annually.
KorcotiKhs . colds, sore i iTToat, bronchitis, asihraa, pneumonia, consumption and all diseases of the
II 1 (i f1 I Hue always been one of tho most Important
l41 I f 'H 111 T 'I'rv I we"l,on wielded hy tho medlCBl faculty
llIISllll III I I I I I I ""lust the encroachments of Coughs, Colds.
AJtl 1 Jlllll J1 JLvJlI Bronchitis, Asthma, wore Throat. Consump
tiou In Its Incipient aud advanced stages, ana
i,.t'i,fc.., ., .i i . , , . . disease of iho throat, chest and longs,
but It has never been m. advantngeous.y compounded as In the celbiied Ti.lu, Bock and Kto. In ad
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.V i . 1Vlaruofl),'rll11. Boca-and Bye, which la the onlv medlcatod article inado-
the genuine liana private die proprietary stampon each boltl.
The TOLU.HOt'K and UYE CO., Proprietors 1 Iliver atrcct, Chicago, 111.
Sold by Dkuooists, Urockhs and Dealers Everywhere.
l,""i vt'."-fc c u u tuiitni
ltibliihtd Monthly, IHc $3.00 ptr
No. 1 (New Sorlas) Contains
Cottsirc by the Kivor Song & Cho Dnlfusi,
Over me Sea Sony A Cho J.M. North,
() Hush Thee, My Baby Wichard.
Ve I.ittc ilird.s Quartet fmrt.
The I.nvers' V arewell Qunrtot W, I).
n.-itflit liws Writ Fsrwell.
(Jueen of lfc.-irtCOtt- Bielefeld.
Ilccl and Toe Galop four Jlfindit Hemlcr.
New Years' Grci tinif I'olkj Eiienhorn,
Ton bteulicn'a Or.ind March Drculer.
mk Trial TrlpN os. 1 and mailed post-paid,
Address: J. . PETERS, 307 North Fifth Street, 8t. LOUlt. Agency for Cnum
t'lANos, Hat Stvti Okoans, DitsoN' Epitionb A. Sar.d lor or Illustrated Price List
IMPKOVED liOO'? flKKR V.C
packaire makes 5 srallnt.s uf a deli.
clous, wboltsome, sparkllnir temperance bey
eraue. Ask your ilnifflst, or r nt by mall for -ric.
C. Ji. Hililis, l: ..l)el. Ave., l'M'.ada.
Afjents "tintol for Sullivan's
IRELAND OF TO-BAY.
flnirr.ductlo". brTh.is. Power O'Connor. M.P.)
Ceiitnrlesur Kiiu'lieh opprofrlnti phi forth. It d
c ilii'H ire'anrt's ruin and the people's desperation
It show how ihc land was confiscated and the In
dustries destroyed. It explains the Land Leaene,
the I.aud A. t and tliu Coercion Hill. Contains .'ij
emjtuvinu;-ami :i.np In Ciilora. Frice only i per
copy, biles Imne nse. Send 60c. for full outfit
and hejin work at once. For full particulars, ad
dress J. C. Mrd'KDYftrO. Chicago, III.
nAI WILL THE VrEAiriLn.BE T0-OR0W7
Pool's SIGNAL SERVICE BAROMETER
Or STORM GLASS and THERMOMETER Combined,
V1LI, TLI.I. YOU!
f Will dtct and Irdloato
irarr,T,'irp '-i3iiiiivnco. vtiii Uilltha
iiim. HIU innu will,, Q.
rwlion Inralnalile W
t.eJ6ViV'lc,u' Pl,in their work
A ,4 uric - 1 ttt r. 1 ! ,sa . ord ing to 1 1 pnllotii
S t i S ht ? WSavsalO Urnsa lis en
1 single Mum, lias an
lucurato thi rmoiiicter
.tla hel.wliloh alone U
worth the mica nf l lift
' jxmment I'hyfiioisiu.Pr
; fiisi. and ricieniiila
W limnn ol thodsrto l" ttiij
fr 5ee:t m tes vtcsisi
!-'. 1 'i'S Jiuniiuetfr are ;iut lo a
j'jij'kjlnlcely liiiinfied walnut
' ' ...ii. , ...i u nil, it 'IILI.
Jjreeeiptof i I'.rtl ferX 1.
.a itiaeo. 111 si.
li v'ili -V daily sell
i iniflieui.( (ri'.ir(lfia.
Jnt the thine to sell lo
funnels, me nhiintii, ote.
1 1 u l....-.. .
? t '.' 1 b. 'Of v ii. iwiH.i liM.llllig
! ';. Vl n . -riter taken, bnt
!..-i-.vvi.-n. o muu. iireiorrwi. Ageai
.-iSlnWiSHiliiifirtilili 3I wanted tivenvlii-n..
JSeod '"T tiiri'tilur nnd terms, Afl'lress nlnril"rH to
VK; TIIKH.MOM I'TI R WOKliN,
(LurKvtMatilwl.iii"iit of Die kind in the nurld,)
Onweyo, llwrwi ( oiiutv, .. V.
writiji-urtutiit.i ufiy.ei'f rujl.nnfy, and remit til
mnnef ordtr.iirrift on Xev Vn'ltfr r. flilwrfl liUtrrt our rttk
KkWaKKOF W4IKTIII.KNH IMITAT10M
None g' liiiino vtltlmut our TrailivMark.and Siioi.
ture ef J. A. l'oul,, cn back of InKtruiiiKiit, as ln.low
Every In'-tniiii.nii w nrriuiled Prrfrrt and Hh,M.
Biro of lii-imuteiit: '? mobm Iniiir, 84 Inchos ldik
1 If naarviiot satlxflniluiinK'Klvliiirtheini.tranieut.
fBt urn it at once and wo will refund your money.
Please state wliero you mw our adwrtUjuiont,
Ci'JAI'er wuuls can ho made In any locality.
V'iVHouiethlnir entirely new for agents, jj outfit
free. a. W. INtrKAUAM CV., Moduli, Mass-
LOJT MANHOOD RESTORED.
A viiitim of yntitUftil Imprudence cansinir Prema.
tare I'oiay, Nervous Debility, Iat Slaiilns1. etc,
tav):i;r Iriul In vain every known remedy, his ills
cow rid a simple eelf'r.iire, wlilcb he will s.'tid FlliCU
to Lis fi-low.wure!x'W, addmaa l. 11. UlXf'I'A,
'T. 1 'iroUiim xt.. X. Y.
BOARD: (3.00 l'EU WEEK.
POST OFflCn, At.T.RlV SfRINOa, POI' 00. ILL,
DIXON SI'l!INtiSareltittedlnaspiir or tho
Ozark .Vo'inia ns. ten miles from (ioleoinla and
fourteen inllea from Vienna, in a buaiililul valley
enrroiinded by hljh rllll's.
The scenery is iiunirpassiid' and Iho water Is
strong with mineral properties. No. I Is slrontf
w.th Inm, No 2 with niairiiesla, sulphur ami Iron- a
freo tiso of the water has proved an iinfnllmu reme
dy i'ir Dysp pain, Jaundice, l.ivur t'omplalnt,
kidney affections and Chron'c Diarrhoea. As a
si miner resort Dijon Sprlnus Is deservedly .popu
lar, beini; timet, set lnded and cool, free from din t
Htid mo.siiilioes. 8eneou from tlrt of Jiiou t'i llr.tt
of Deccuiber. jua. K. I.KMKN,
Ginger, Hnchii, Mint-
ornto, MilluiKiii, and
many of the best modi
ciiici known aro conv
bjned In Fatker't Clngst
Tonio, Into a mcJiinie
of audi varied powers, na
to nuke It tho Routes!
li c U lIMher and tho
iieaiurer t.ver I'ssd.
It enrea RlituntatUm,
Sleepknuiex, k dlicaasa
otuie fttomm h, llowefa,
umtS Uvrt m Kit!
Tl iw.i. 1'LMn.ri. "liters, t.mtjor luttmcca
Mmt Eranoiiilail lltii hu. and other Tonics, as li
. M Vi mi. Uh nevertnfoxlcatta. Ilkcu.
wiutktUI gultw lo K
tt. lAnn l.l,.r tiii.ll.u IMI, Kla.
If :l ill I:'. I
fi' a - "., i' - ,;jiMi"niiiii"i. no., uiiimiui
uHi,f :'lf ". J! f kiit a ln'imtlfiil asnell ua
1 'if. ''& asefiliimuinwit We will
I?'" m . r ' ill" li'1'"'' ")u sample one.
Hi '1 H'lf""V" S"; your
( on,l ' ijl'laeo, III Biiod order, on
VlM Kir ipm
mr, m n lnln..M i 'm i mi- t i i iwibi mm
wiawn rnthfmM. flsttl ffoi. 89 ,
I'db a Buttrflr Sonr ... .Jtlchrd. I tf
Oh, Gentla Birds Tsnor Bong Bsaattt. 40
in itustic J-trc Dnal ...wiiinsia.
Th Chapel Fern, r mLi. Tolct.Krtnu srv
Three Fuhim Quartet Hullah.
Sparkllnu- Beautr Walt ........Barktr.
I'icturo Card flhietto Bchraa.
Hoccacdo March Four Hand ...Dresilcr.
Chiming Dulls Folk. Haphaelaon.
on racelpt of 75 ett., or fonr months forfi.oo. ' ' I
On the Chicago. Mllwanltoe St. Paul hallway
CHEAP PRICES, I.OXO TIME,
And Kcbatcs lor Improvenionts.
For map und full particulars, address:
Land CominlsBiorier, .Milwaukee, wll
fi')A I'KR WKEK can ho madoln any locality.
V'v Soiuetnlnc entircW new for sirents. 5
ouilltftee. O. W. INGHAIIAM & CO., Boston,
YflFXft irPV If on want to learn Teleera
,utl,u JI-XjiJ Phy m a few mouths, and be
certain of a situation, addresa Valeutluo Ilrotbera,
A IA'F.UTlSKHH I send for nur Neleet I.lst of Ln
eal Newspti'iers. (Jco. I'. Bowcll i Co., 10
pruce street, N. y. '
II. Legrand Gilbert & Co
45 Broad St, New York.
8nms from M and upwards ndlclonly invested
In stocks, hull Information reardln stock truns
actlona mailed free; also fllnanclal roport.
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life Irsurnnco Company
' IN THE WOItLfD.
It alone Issue
stipulating that tlin contract of Insurance "shall
not bo dl-inted" alter It Is three years old,
aud that such policies shall bo
on receipt of iatlsfactcrf proof! of death.
IU policy Is oleuf and eonclso, aiul contalna
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
S. B. READ YOFR 1'OI.ICIEH. Compare th
hort and simple form used by the Rqtiltablo with
thu long and obscuru contracts loaded down with
technicalities Issued by other couipamual
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy holdora aro
N. II. Seo the many letters from policy holder
oxprssslnif t heir KratitVat Ion wlih tlio retiini from
their Ton nn SavtNoa KtNU lVi.ioua,
ItdCHUHO of Its,
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Swurcly luviwtwl, ncArty
E. A. BURNETiV Affont,
' Office, corner nth aud Wasbioftoa.
Woriimbor t, il. mUv 1