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TIIE CAIRO BULLETIN.
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INVAIIIA Jil.V IN AIIVAKCi.
All Cortfiauulcattuiil ihould be addressed to
E. A. lit' UN K IT,
ruljlULAr and Proprietor.
Is prupantluti of I'n.torldn of Iron, Peruvian
fur aid Din Phosphates. Msoclnt'-d Ktllh Uia
J i -i'.MiIm Aromatic. Kiilorwd ly llifl Medical
VtuUi i Ion, aii'l recommended l,y Ilium fur !
rH'Hln, .rnern I lt(t)il v, i rui.l- !!
-n-n, W am of Vltalll, rtii lr
lrutf')fi. 4 tiirlli'xrrn.'K from Vrvru
knil I lironleM iillU ami f'rtrr. Ilsrvet
fir purpuju wlivru a luMC U iici.i..i,ary.
Ei2!LfirtaK-4 bj The DrJirt'r fleditiae Co, St. Loci
The follow! nt I one of the very niiny testlino
Dl.hi w aJc rueuvlurf dall) :
Cmf'nwn- fi'ini thr worths mo I b"an the
crt or i'u. iiAincu n inns i o.hii;, upon me au
vli of u:nj' Mi odd win, k m lu virtues. 1 waa
r:iri.rtnv fn m tuiicral debility to such an eirtent
tl at ni) Ir.bur Afi . 'ilnyiy burdensome to me.
A v .v.slloii i if a ujonih did nut jrlv inc much ru
in t, but on the contrary, wiu followed by In.
err m .0 prostration and sinking chills. At tlila
time 1 l.tunn U,u um uf your JkOH TOXir, flow
wh,-h 1 r: sitxvd aluoU Immediate end womliTfiil
n t.l'.i . TlmiiM energy returned and I found thai
in iiattirM force a u.d permanently aliawd. I
rue ti'eJ three bottles f the 'J unic. rdn-c mrtruj
It ( have ).. nc twice Ui laiior that I ever did In Uia
M'l.b lime Oiirlnx my Illness, and Willi double H a
Ik lib tiic (i suijuil uirve and tljtorof body,
bu emne i',k a i!rniu of tti iuidit lover bofore
enjoyed. Jf the Ionic ha not h e lbs work, I
kjuow Lot what. 1 rive It the crvdlt.
a. i. wATHuk,
Troy, 0., Jan. t l-fftt. 1'tuiof llulatun Cbmcb.
ib I Drug!it: and Gem.nl Du!cri (varywhtft
Birafn, finma, Knild. UrulM, "sore.
iir, Ubf uinHttxn, IKtlN. I !rcp, Old
ftori-, iiMilitnrlie, Htuda hp, nore
lilitttt. Axtliirui, llitHr-M-ucsK,
wro r. n r.ro.T, 0. p.. unvkirn. s. y -
I'Mvtn itrolf bf-a !-. M!t In our boam "
P. A.tf!Mi.inn.T. M. I).. Xliv l),.. Trm.-
Hto t.d 1 v,v ijuauUUoi of l'l.N'Id LXIIUiT
la my i rs'-'i.-f."
m. II. W-(Oi:n, Matron, nm of nonUtnto
O.lMif n. W o DcJ it Uiit i-Ui.jfcioua ul
rutlr.n.-rfj:.P S KXTBACT la aMl exu la
totiin wlih tbo nirno blown In tliOKlan.
i- It U tm.afii to tio other article with oor
ffn.'tloiin. l;it on binir J ONLi d 'TK VT,
tclus-; til !tii;t4tlo!. and mbntltutui,
EPEn.u, iBr.pArtATioNs of pokii'r rx
litiT comhijifi) wrrn titk itkest
A.SDM 'al' I KI.ICATK I EKHiLtrf
I OH I-KVlUi' LUl lnHU,
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fatarrh tuns JS
Inhaler I'llailo.,. l.(ii)
a.al Kyrtniro gS
llrUJ Paper... )!S
Toilet lr.ua 1.00
Lip Ski" 25
Villrt Sbip 3rakti til)
f amily fcjrlnei
Or!r smat.'t.tin,; to 3 worth. atut eiNM frw
0D rvit "f tn ir,;y or 1. O. or ! r,
icn n t'Avuii irr witu IIirroiiT or ot-B
Jlu.ixiu.rut, hcr llkUE ok Anajcanu.t ia
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
ltW. Htiim.. XowYu-.k.
Anioni; tl. nioilicinnl mi'auH of arnnttng (lis-
C. lloel'iur Muninrn imtfru Miitine preemi'
fiiinl !i cVn'cki) UK1 fnrtluT projr.' of all tlifor-
darn ofliin ciomarli. hvtT and litiWHh, ri'vni'a thu
Tttal n!:i:n'iiii. jireviMitH ftnd romodli'n cblll ami
ravi'f. in. rMrin llic iio'ivuy ot tno Kittm-ya, conn
lorai-tH a kwdcnrv tu rlii'tiniatian, and If n lm'iiu
lio etity mid "olnfo to ii't'd. inllrm und kivoiih
Forulo I')' all PruKu'.HtK imd tlcftlra Koncrnlly.
ITHE ONLY MEDICINE
n tiriikit 1.1(1 id ou out roo
Tbut Arta nl llmaami tlmr on
list iivsn, msBorms,
Airo urn Kmsrs.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
litiVliH ve allow thtu grtut crgwu U
lhtcome c'.Mijrit or tonilJ, ami twuomiui
Ihumonan thmfoti forcid into tin ttluod
I that thouUbi txptUtd naturally.
WILL SURELY CURE
Ipii.fh. iinntii'ation. riti?tAUY
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DlMKAHKf. ri:.MAl.E WFAKNKRBKH, ij
AIM UliUlVVa llirwill.l.ii"
4ycuitflM!y flcio'i " ttitu onjaui ami
mUmr.g Ihcir ivwtr to throw qf (Zifc.iw.
I Why hiiITit Itllloua palm anil arlunJ
Why turamtitcil nlth Plica, Conatlpntlont
Why frlKlitcnfil Ofor dlaordfreJ Klilni yal
VrtJ endure IIWOIH uraira nraunriirai
I'm It I N K V-W OttlW rJtU in htulth
It l put up In liry VftnMo form, tn tin
oiumuno pavkaKnof whl'di roak. an quart of
mtMllilna A I io In Utll rrui, Tfry t on
trntad, fur thow tliat curtnul nailily niaro It.
w-It audi wll h Kiimlcmrdonoy Ui vr ronn.
QKt IT (IF HOIM liRUOdWT. I'ltlOB, l.00
lvi'ir.i iiw'iiiunsiM ACn..rron'.
(Will auud Mi dry port-paid.) BUHbMlfTOH, TT
ET0EU3 ABOUT LONOIELLOW.
Tlitf Now York Times hiivh that om'o
wlmn In) wan rnti'i'lainin homid f ti;ti.l.-t
in Ciiinliri'l'") RthinnltTKlonii enino uit.
After llilnrutinj; a wliilo in hi chair, he
oxcuhoiI hiin.M'lf and wtiitaridUthliuUirio;
thu vvimlows till over the hoiist.-. (louiinij
buck ho remarked by wayof explanation.
"i naio overytlinif; tliat in vioieni. A
little irl met Liiy Monti, tho Italian
jioet, who was on his way one- Chriat
in an to dint) with Longfellow, ami asked
liim to show her where Longfellow lived.
So lie took her aloti"; and told Ler to
look out for tho white-haired frontleinan
reading a ihht near tho window. When
ho entered ho said to Longfellow: l l)o
look out of tin.' window and bow to that
little tr'ui who wants to see you very
much. "A little e-irl wants to see rno
very much? Where is she?" He hast
ened to the door and, beckoning with
hi hand, called out: "Come hore, little
firl, come here if you want to see me."
She needtxl no seeonu invitation, ana
after blinking her hand and asking her
name, he kindly took her into the ii.,usr
showed her the "t !l Clock on the htairs.
the chair made from the village smithy's
chestnut tree, and tho lieautiful pictures
ami souvenirs gathered in many years
of foreign residence. The child will car
ry all her life delightful memories of her
Christmas call at Mr. Jjongfellow'tf.
When irofesor at Harvard College,
says the New York W, "he was one
of the few professors who then addiv.-.-ed
their mijiils as 'Mr.;' Ijis tone to them.
thnii'Mi not Paternal or brothettv, was
alwavd gentlemanly. On one occasion,
during an abortive movement toward
rebellion, some ot the elder oroir.-sors
tried in vain to obtain a hearing from a
crowd of angry students collected in the
collegeyard; hut when Longfellow' spoka
there was a hush, and the word went
round, dx't us bear l'rofosor Longfel
low, for be always treated us as gentle
men.'" Mr. Samuel Ward, famous lob
byist, and brother of Julia Ward Howe,
sai that when about ten years ago Long
fellow was "laying me his usual Christ
mas visit, he read me 'The Hanging of tho
Crane,' 2) lines, for which Mr. Robert
J'lonner. of the New York I.(:l':r, paid
him 1,00, having tiered Jl.ooO when
I mentioned the existence of the poem.
Mr. Longfellow declined that price,
when the owner of Dexter, whom the
poet in bis letters to me called '1 limned,
the tame horse.' (uadrtipled his bid and
obtained the pri.c. The Cornhill Maga
zine paid Mr. lennyson tliree guineas
line i T 'Tvlhonus.' and il was re.-erved
for the New York cyerto add a pound
to the laureate's price. I remember his
telling me that he had carried in his
thoughts for a year a scheme for the
Skeleton in Armor, which was sug::i--ted
by a skeleton exhumed I beheve, at Taun
ton, and exhibited at Fall Uiver in a
museum lotiir since burnt to the rroiind.
It was I believe, in 1."'J that he rode
with my sister, Mr. Howe, and a gay
jiurty from Newport to Fall liiver, to
m-pect this curious relief about which
lie challenged invsi.-ler to make a poem.
His translation of thu 'Inferno' was tho
result of ten minutes' daily work at a
standing desk in bis library while his
cotl'ee was reaching the Ixiiling point on
his breakfast table." Longfellow sel
dom took part in polities, and rarely
ever said anvt unir aliout tliein. lut a
Boston correspondent of the New lork
IUrUd nivs he was ilisgu-ted at tne
scheme to give Butler the Kcpublicau
nomination a.s (lovenior in l;i, and
pronounced it a disgrace to Ma.aclui-
nctts. irolu tins he tinned to the Vote
of cciiMire pa.-sed by the Legislature on
Sumner for his panic nag resolution m
the Senate, and said that Massachusetts
had been falling pretty low of late years.
His blue eyes, so gentle- usually, ila.-hed
tire as he alluded to these two incidents
in the polities of the CocW.onweallh.
As the poet drained ins cup oi aiocna
he .-aid, with more emphasis than he. was
in the habit of umg, "rut me dow n us
in anti-Butler man."
William W inter tells some interesting
nneedotes about Longfellow. The pod
was a boy when his lirst poem w as print
ed. He sent it to the editor of a Portland
weekly paper. It did not appear. Ho
cnt it to a rival weekiv, una tne next
week it came out. ' Ho bought a cony of
the paper fresh from thu prcis, and valk
ed with it into a side street, lino men
for the first time saw a poem of his own
actually in nrint. "I have never since had
Mich a "thrill of delight over any of my
Publications he said. A stranger was
once introduced to him, who said with
p-reat fervor: "Mr. Longfellow, I have
loii!' desired the honor of knowiiiLT you'
Sir , I am one of the f w men who have
read your 'hvangeline. An juignsn
lady, on being introduced, said: "Why,
Mr. Longfellow, I thought you were
dead!" "No, madam, you see I take
tho liberty of living." -Yes-but I
thought at least you belonged to Wash
ington's time." One morning a man
forced his way past the servant w ho had
opened the hall door, and burst in upon
the presence of the astonished author in
his library. "Mr. Longfellow you rc
a poet, 1 believer "Nell, sir, sutne
persons nave saui so. "Ail ngni, or.
Longfellow! Poet it is! Now, I've called
here to see if I couldn't get you to write
some poetry, for me to have printed,
and stuck on to mv medicine noiiics.
You set: I go round sellin' this medicine,
nnd, if you'll do it. it'll help immensely;
und I'll just tell you rigdit now. if you
give me the poetry, I'll give you a bottle
of the rarininative.-imd it's u bottle.
In 18'JO nn attempt was made by nn
enterprising publisher in Cork, named
Bolster, to give to Ireland a literature
peculiarly her own. Somo of the litera
ti of tho South of Ireland expressed their
w illingness to second the enterprise, hut
they all felt that the assistance of Mr.
Shiel was essential. To gain his aid
Bolster tnado a pilgrimage to Dublin
and laid tho matter before hint. Mr.
Shiel approved of the plan, mentioned
Noverai subjects on which ho would
write, and finally put thu business ques
tion: "How much per sheet?" Holster,
somewhat embarrassed, said ho could
not promise any remuneration ih yet,
but t hat, as soon its the thing was a huc
cess Mr. Shiel tdioiild bo remembered
'I am afraid," said Shiel, shaking his
head, "that, your tonus will not suit tno.
But,, ns you did mo tho honor to ask mo
to write for your magazine, 1 would
like to do something for you. Instead
of calling your niiiga.ino 'Bolster's
Irish Magazine.' I would suggest, con
sidering tho placo from whence It w to
come, und your manner oi eonuucimg
business, that you call It tho 'Cork-
CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, MAY
"Of all tho rustic that stop at this
house, the natives from Bodio take tho
mata," said the room clerk of tho Bald
win to n i'unt reporter tho other day.
"Sorter g.-eeu eh?"
"(iroert? Well, 1 (should snigger. You
see, because they've been making a
liulo coin up that way they think they
know it all. A party of four got hero
yesterday morning, and started out shop
ping right after breakfast At dinner
they came in all shaved, trimmed up,
anil togged out with new suits, and I'm
blessed if each didn't have a rod flannel
cheat protector hurig round his neck
out side of his coat. They actually be
lieved they were some stylish new ar
rangement U) protect tho clothes from
being soiled while at tho tahlu." Sa
A family pancr published a long arti
cle entitled "Housekeeping hereafter."
"Merciful heavens!" groaned a distract
ed mother of five children, and tho
keeper of one husband and two servants,
"If I thought thero was going to bo
any housekeeping hereafter, I dcclaro
Pit never die."
"It's No Use," nays the despondent dys
peptic. But it is ot use. 1 our sufferings
oun be relieved; thousands, have been cured,
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Never to Late too Mend.
Tims. J. Arden, William street, Eust Buf
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used to sleep badly aud get up in the morn
ing u n refreshed ;niy breath was very offensive
and I suffered from severe headache; since
using your Spring Blossom all these sym-
toins have vanished and I feel quite well."
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents. Paul
(i. Schuh, Agout.
Tens of thousands cf dollars are squan
dered yearly upon traveling quacks, who go
from town to town professing to cure all
the ills that our poor humanity is heir to.
Why will not tho public learn common
bf.nse, and it they are suffering from dys
pepsia or liver complaint, invest a dollar in
Spring Bios.notn, sold by all druggists and
indorsed by the faculty. See testimonials.
Price 00 cents, trial bottles 10 cents. Paul
0. Schuh, Agent.
A Significant Fact.
The cheapest medicine in use is Thomas'
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required to effect a cure. For croup,
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throat, whether used for bathing the chest
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pleasant taste and agreeable flavor, will
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away with pulmonary weakness nt there
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Goto Paul 0. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New Nationnl Dyes. For brightness and
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An agreeable dressing lor tho hair, that
will stop its falling, has been long Bought
lor. Putker s Hair Balsam, distinguished
tor its purity, iully supplies this want.
On Thirty Day's Trial.
Wo will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Klec
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Address Voltaio Uolt.Co,, Marshall, Mich.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures neiT
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Cain by Ihrclay Bros.
A Cough. Cold or Sore Throat
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sulU in an Incurublo Lung disease or on-
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Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Caturrh, and
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The Howe st ale took lirst premium at
Philadelphia, Paris, Sydney, and other ex
hibitions. Borden, Selleck & Co., agents,
St. Louis. (5)
Fkveks ami Intermittents of all kinds
are speedily relieved ami entirely cured by
using Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills. (5
T0TICE TO CONTItACTOnS.
Offleoof f'lty C'lurlc. Cairo, III., May 11th, W2 .
Sealed Bropna 1 will 1,0 rccidvoil at thin ofllro
uitll lh nioctiiiL' of tho citv c uncll Tuciuliiv t v-
enlriK. MytfSrdti.-xt. for fnrnl-lildi; "W luut 15
Inch, jsoi fi-id. i ln h auwur 'l'. alo propurali
loruicrnvatinif. Iiiyiuu and performing all lulior
nuevfaary for the completion of avwura on the lol
lowinir ntreetie TV 15 Inch pewvr to lv laid on
!omtnfrc,lal avenue Irom Second In Fifth atrocta.
12 Inch on Commercial avenutt from Mneth to
Tonth Btreets. On Walnut from rVvcnth to Nine' h
etrwt: and on Twunty-doeond ftrcat from Pino to
wainni itrui't'. eropoe.als will he recti vud ror
lunnfhiiiL' the above n w. r plan, or dolnztho work
or both. Said pipe to bo of tin! best nialtrliil and
work muPt be natlefacorv to commute) on Btrei iH.
A good and pulUcleutboiid lor twice tho amount of
bid mni't accomoany all proportion. Tha rluht
to reject any slid all bid reaerved by the city.
u. j . (oiiti, city . ler.
OTICE TO CONTKACTOKS.
Offircoft'lty Clerk, Cairo III., May 11th. 1SV.V
Sea'ed proptvalu will bo reuavud at mv ottho
nntll tho meetlm: of tho city council on Tne I'd ay
uveritiE May Krd for k .fldnc all tho public drho
wella in the city in cood workipi; order for tho re
malniiia portion of the flacal year (April .I'M), ltMi.
Alro proporals for alnklug drive well and furnli-h-Ing
materinl at 8t, Mnry 'a Park. Statlm; price per
foot and etzeof pipe to be uped. A ifood and sutB
clent bond of twice tho amount ol proposal muct
accompany bid, Thu ribt ti reject any and all
tilde renrved ny tne city. u. j, roi.hi.
city . i.irn.
To Almiirlon wortliltirfton or any other persou or
peraona intereateu :
Von are hereby notified that at a vale of real es
tate lu the county ol Alexander and atats of Illluoii",
held by tlie conuty collector o' faiu county, ui tne
outhwenter!v door of the contt houae hi tho citv
of Cairo, In aid county and state, on tho ,"'th day
of Anuni-t, A. P. Isnj, John Oaten purchased the
followine described real cstnto mtnated in the
county of Alexander and state of Illinois, for the
taxes due and unpaid thereon fortho year A. J).
1HTB. 177, l"sand lsVJ, together with penalties and
cists; said real estate being taxed lu the name of
Almurion Worthlogton. to wit : The east half of
'ho sonth cast quarter (e !i s etof auction No. 13.
township 15, south rantro 'J west. Which said
certificate has b.'en duly assigned to the und. r
slRned. The time allowed by law for the re
demption of said real estate will expire on tho
ith day of August, A. D.
F. 8ULI.IVAS, Assignee.
Cairo, IbV, May 15th, A. O. 1SS2.
Indian Blood Syrup.
Iivspi'pslu, Mvrr Dis
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R Iieuin at bm, I'topsv,
Heart Disease, bilious
ness, Nervous Debility
THE DLST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN!
Twelve Thousand Bottles,
Sold Since 1870!
This Svrttp possesses varied properties:
ulutes the ptyallne In the saliva, which
II MM ti
gs &WwB ft, st
3 s-r 3
the starch and suitar of the food Into glucose. A
deficiency inpljaline causes wind and souring ol
the food In the stomach, if tlio medlolue ji mien
Ininu diatel vr.flu'eiituin, the fermentation ol loud
It acts nptm the I.lver.t
It artsuimn the Kidneys,
It Regulates the Howels,
It PurllleH the lilood.
It Quiets tlie Nervous System.
It Promotes bitffsli.in,
It Nourishes, Strengthens and Invigorates,
It Carries off the. Old Illood anil nnikt's New,
It Opens tlio Pores of the Skin and Induces
It noiiiruHnes tne heruditar; tnlnt, or poison in
tho blood, which generates Huofula, Krvsipelas,
aud all maimer of Mil u Dlseastn ami Internal hu
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and It can lie taken hy the most delicate babe, or hy
the Kod and feeble, cure only buiun required In ut
teutbn to directions.
(ialva, Henry County, Ills.
I was suffering from Sick Headache and Dizzi
ness so that I Could not attend to my household du
ties, and a short trial of Dr. Clark Johnson's Indi
an DlooJ Syrup effectually cured me.
WHS, HULKN ELK1NS.
Watornian ritutlou, DeKalb Co., Ills.
This Is to certify that Dr Clark Johnson's Imllun
Dlood riyrup has cured me of l'aiu in the Hack. It
Is a valuable medicine. lit US WOOD,
Centre Hill, While Co., Ark.
This Is to certify that I wns mulcted with Palpi
tation of tlio llnart for many years I tried ditler
ntit doctors, whoso prescriptions tended more to
weaken nut than they did to strenifthen. I ai bint
rea Ivud to Iry Dr. (Mark Johnson's Indian Illood
Hytnp, which proved to bu a positive cure not on
ly ciirlnif the Heart Disease, hut also a hick Head
ach which bad been Irotilillni! me.
MH8 MARY A. NKAL,
I was allllctod with Liver Complutnt ami Dyspoti
sla and failed to trot relief, althoncli usliiii medi
cines from our best doctors. I commenced iihIiiic
Dr. Johnaou't Indian Illood Nyrnp.undasliort trial
cured mo. T. W. KlSlNti, Molluo, III.
This certifies that Dr. Clink Johnson's Indian
Illood Hyrup liusclVectuslly cured tue of Dyspepsia.
Too much canuot bo said In praise 0' It.
W. K. WLMiltlt, Iludford, Mo.
Affents wanted fur tho ante of the Indian Illood
Hyrnu in evury town or vllliute, In which 1 have 110
DUCUOIHTS BELL IT.
Lhr8tory T7 West 3d it,. N. T City.
' , ' I
Over 2,000,000 Bottles Consumed Annually.
Kor rouetisi colds, sore throat, bronchitis, asthma, puenmonla, consumption and all dlaeaaea of Ik
throat, cl.c-l aud lurag.
Balsam of Tolu
throat, dies; aud lutiua.
kll diseases of I he throat, chest and lunx",
hut It has never been so advantageous compounded as In tho celebrated Tolu, Rock and Ufo, load
dlilon to Its sootiiiiuf Ilalsamic pruiiortlea, It affords a diffusive stimulant and tonic, to build np lb
svtem art'-rtlie coiem has been relieved.
Urwr IP IN OUART SIZK BOTTLFS FOR FAMILY USE, PRICE 81.00 Jf-l
( TT''I',1 " I Do not be deceived by dealers who try to palraoffopon yon Koek and live In
jt U Ilvyli place of our Tolu, Hock and Rye, which la the only mudlcated article made
the yiiiiiino has a private die proprietary stampon each bottle.
The TOLU, KOCK and RYE CO., Proprietors, 41 River struct, Chicago, III,
Sold by Dkcooists, Grocers attd jDeauciis EvKRYwnwis.
1-ubtUhad Monthly, IV" $3 .00
No. 1 (New Series) Contains
Cnlbiijc "vtlm River Song ACliO Pi'lfusi. 40
Ovrilie s'ch Soni: Clio J. M. North. 10
tJH'ikliTlu-e.Mv JIul'T ltichards. go
Ye Littc Ilir.ls Quartet Smart, to
The Lovers' Farewell Quartot W.I). 10
UriKlit Kvei Wultj: Fsnvell. J
Queen of Hearts Gavotte DielcfelJ. aO
Heel and Toe Galop four Hands.. Render. J?
New Yearn Grcetinir I'olkt Eiaenborn. yi
Von Sivubcn'a (irnnd March Dressier. 40
A Trial Trln-N'os. 1 nnd 1 mallei nnt naid,
Address: J. L. PETERS, 307 North Fifth Street, St. Louis. Agency for Cnwm
I'ianos, R Statk Ohoans, Diton' Uditions At. Smd for our Illustrated Price List
NEW ADVilltTISEMKMM. .
TI Tl) VU IMI'ROVKD ROOT RKKR. VC
tixltijij packnpu makes Sallsjnsnf a deli
clous, whob some, spnrklinu temperance bev .
erai;e. Aek yonr drijirtri-t, or nt by mail for iric.
C. li H1KKS, ii .s. De!a. Ave., I'hllada.
v jiintn AN'iuit'! tor Sullivan's
IRELAND OF TO DAY.
(In'rodit 't:o', bvThos. 1'ower O'Connor, M.l'.)
Centuries nl Knirlish oppre'siou set forth. It de
sc ibus lie land's ruin and the people's desperation
It snows how the laud whs conllsrnteuann the in
dustries riestrovd. It explains tho Land League,
tho Land A'.'t and tbu Coercion 11111. Contains 'M
euKravimfs find map iu colora. I'rlcuouiy i per
copy. Sales Immense. Send !0c. for full outtlt
and befiu ivori; at once. For full particulars, au
dresaJ. C. MiCl'UDY Jt Cl. Chicago, 111.
WHAT rJXL IR rtbftli1H.Bt T0-KIORK0W7
Pool's SIGNAL SERVICE BAROMETER
OrSTORM GLASS nd THERMOMETER Combined,
WILL TELL YOU I
Q Will detoct and Indicate
correctly any ohanire in
Tpf t Iik wniif hr lJ to. hoora
maiiviuicn. vui online
11 -Ju , KIAX-.W a.n,- 2r.u li.,n l,i..lulila an
Jfc i SPvWy?1 li reetlon - nival,
KfW 1 'r 8 naviRttKirs. ?
-.'V ' .:$''. ki 'Jean plan their
, r' 't 1 v," '", im ' " "
Sluw 611 times ika cost in
cinKl4iwu6iin. Ilud au
lattacbeil.wtiicli alnn. In
worth the prif ol vua
is endonwd by tlie mm
(OKKirx, and bcieutlfio
men of the dnj to be the
3I3X IH TEl WOBLE I
Tho Tlicnnometer and
fljiroineter ht put iu a
nicely finUhed walnut
frame, with nilver-platcd
.,. f.' , riil;iunir. tbu.. ui.'tkiiiK
ilit beatitilul aa vrell si
- V.J':.-.'4!.,...,! v., . ..n,,,l
'iii'l''WitvTfl fn. to vour
1 ' r J l'lc, fn order, ou
'. ii rncnipt of I orB fm M l.
; '1 "tS Aiti'iilsj an, nnikini
k I from W to S'Jii daily mdl.
f .jowtheui. !r"il-ii( eon.
1 Tviiireynv. Ordernt onr,
14 H-a,L AT HIUMTI
."ii Ji-' iho f bin to sell to
' '. ' J fnrin.'n, nieri'lmntii.wtc.
; v. r t U. H. l,iiBt.ai;o Stamps
uunled every lure.
bend fur Circular and terms. Address Hlfonterato
O s W I . ; O T 1 1 1 1 It 1 1 0 l LT V. 1 1 WO 1 1 h
(Lar"-'t 1'itablisbment ol tli kind Intlie world,)
OH,veo, Onwi'KO County, N. V.
VrUvuhri-ottf'i;cf,1'-unly and ttil-yiamlt, aiiilffmff ow
m,in'V irdrr Ir.tfi , .V,-w' Vi'l Trullr,rf lrll,r ,iltir nil:
lIKWAUr. r" WOUTIII.KhH IWlT.iTIONM
None B.inuiiw with'Hit our Trsdn-Msrk.and Signa
ture, of J. A. l'ool.,ou back of IiHtrunient.as below.
Erery inrtrnment wnrrnntcnfcr'ciand Ktimi",
tiiiti of IuHtrument : H'1 inolira omr,K Inches vidil
If ym aro not satisfied on recwlvinu the instrument.
IWurn It at oncn snd wh will refund ymirnimiey.
riuiiBU mala here you saw Our adinrtutnueuU
(iOAPer week can be made In any locality.
V''"soinethinir entirely new for ageu's jli mi tilt
freu. O. W. IM.KAUAM A CO., lloston, Mass-
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A viutiin of youthful Imprudent causing rroma.
fruro Le.ay, J',rvou Debiiity, Lot Manhood, etc
huririr triid in vain every known remedy, hat dm-cover-
d a :!:!! leretl'ci'M. which bni!l scud rF.ME
to lis H...w.su(f. tern, ad.l.fai J. IL 'itk'.i'.i
K. K UiWhni'.' St.. TV. 1'.
HOARD: fS.OO PER WEEK, $2 00
roSTOrritiM, AI.LEN NI'IilNUS, POPS t'O. ILf
DIXON SPK1MSS are situated In a spur of tho
O.urk MotintaTS, ten miles from tiolroudu and
fourteen miles from Vicuna, lu u beautiful valley
surrounded !v hi'h clllls.
Tho scenery Is unsurpassed and tho waler la
strong with mineral properties. No. I Is strong
w.th Iron, No with mnirucsln, sulphur and Iron- a
free tine of the water lias proved au unfailing reme
dy lor Hvsp psln, .Jaundice, Liver Complaint,
Kidney sili 'it 1 Ions and t'bron'c Diarrhoea. As a
summer n sort Dixon Springs Is deservedly popu
lar, lining omnt, secluded and cool, free from dust
nnd uio.niiltiiee. Benton from first of June 1 1 first
olPuciuiher. JUS. K. LRMHN,
Ginger, Puchu, ftlan-
.li... o.oii.. 1
UIOIIU, OllllUII.1, Ullll
m.iny of tho Iwt medi
cines known are com
bined in Parker's CinjCT
Tonic, Into a medicine
of 1111 h varied powers, as
to nuke It tha greatest
llliil Purifier and lh,
lUmtorer Kver I'sed.
It cures Kheum.itliin,
SlejpIeMiiru, ti diieness
cf the Stom.u h, Itowels,
l.ungt, Liver ft Kidneyt,
a. n 1 j.uiirs, Ll vot Money V
Ha T Du SaiTIi &lsntirfldi(rcrmtfrom
'."b Hitters. Cuicer Kstencea
m.i m,.i...i iui. Iw... and other Tonic, aa It!
iii. N fall, to rwtmUM never uitutlcntes. Hiacox
lomniui ooior u kmv uir. R c0 Chemists, N. Y.
IpjNv. nd tl lit-.. Swi,i rfiivltm Dullw HIM,
It '. t-S Pa !. 'A. . V I
Kll '-.,4-ttMf w
i rti , n
.rfcjBW vi-L--A;-'Sa-.- J
lias always neon one 01 ins mom inivunani
weapons wielded hy tho medical faculty
aualnst the encroachments of Cnunhi, Coldi.
Uronchitls, Asthma. Bore Throat. Cnnanmp
tioii In Its Incipient and advanced ataiiea, and
annwm r-f)M. StoffU JTpf . BO ,
I'l be a riuttartly Sonjr lUetiartla. JJ
Ob, Gentle Dirda Tanor Bong llaanatt. 40
Tha Ituitic Laavoa Deal ...Williams, fT
The Chapel Fem. r ml TOicoa..KreoUeiN
Three Klsh4rs Quartet.......- Hullah.
Sparkling ncantrWalui Barker.
Picture Card nluetts TJehreaa.
Itoecacclo March Four Handt ...Dressier.
Chiming Delia Tolaa...... Raphaotaon,
oft facclrt of jt c.. Pf four mnntfil for fr.oc.
On the Chicago. Milwaukee fit. Paul flallway
CllEA P PRICKS, LONG TIME,
And Rebates for Improvements.
For map aud full particulars, address;
Land Commissioner, Milwaukee, wis
C'Kk PRU WEEK can bo made In any locality.
V')1-' Something en'trely new for agenia. J
outfit free. U. W. IN GRAHAM dli CO., Iloeton,
VrtTTVn VWK iry on want to learn Tclegra
AUCjlIU JIJjII phy In a few months, and b
cerlalu of a situation, address Valentine llrothera,
Janesvllle, W Is.
A DVKKTISKItS! send for our Melpet List of I,o
citl Newspii'iers. Oco. P. KowellACo., 10
Jiriii'e stret t,N. V.
II. legrand Gilbert & Co
48 Broad St, New York.
8nma from 25 and upwards Jndlclonsly invested
In stocks. Full Information regarding stock trans
actions mulled free; also Qlnancial report.
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life Insurance Company
IN THE WOULD.
It alone lesnoa
stlpnlatlng that tho contract of Insurance "shall
not be disputed" after It la three years old,
and that such policies shall bo
on receipt of entlsfartery proofs of death.
It policy U clear and eonc.R0, axmI contains
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
- ' ' " HI.,,.' I Ol,. 1 V I'.,, 1 VIHI'SIS IUS
short and stmplo form used by the Kqultuhlti with
,101 ittiii; riini ousciiru conirncin loaneu uown wltQ
technicalities Istmed by other compuntuil
Its CASH RETURNS
to poller holder are
N. II. Heo the many letters from policy holder
expressing tuelr gratification with the rettirut from
tilOlr ToNTlNS HAVIMIS Kl'NO FoLIl'li'S.
Financial Strength. .
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely Iuvoted. nearly
K.A. IJURNETT. Affont,
Offloe, coriiHr 1 3th ftud WwMugt.
Kovtmbor lttttl. xuia .