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THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
m h of Hniinoriptlon.
.Dully nney ar by carrier $):( Oil
C-'ii per ci-nl. discount II paid in advance.)
O.Uly, niiii year 17 muil 10 N)
i"i.iy.imo month , 1 00
Weekly, una n-ar K 00
W.-t-iv. r, niniitliK 1 no
f rv'"i.'luli of live or morn for WwiUy llullctln at
il.u '.line, per year, $1 Mi
INVAUIAHI.Y IH Al)V'.
All Commuulcatious etumiu be addren.ed til
K. A. 1(1' UN K IT,
Piihlhhur aud I'ru-iriutor.
I preparation of Protoxide of Iron, Peruvian
vara arm iiiv ruoBpuaic.,, asms 'iiiii-m wim uio
Kirnawu Aromaurn. mkihim -h ny ins airmen
rcfri-liin and rfCouimonilut hv Ilium for Dva
prlli, .M'Ml Itrblllty, I i inalr IIIm
r !, H knt of V HiMt7, Xrrtii l'ro
Iritlinn, I'liitali-acriirr lrl irirra
nul ttrnnli- Mtlll nnil Fever. Itavrvuf
evuiy purjiUMj whoro a Tome U uwtusaj-y.
EaEtfirturei bj Tin DrJartT fltiicim Co, SLloiii.
The foltnwlnf is one of the very mny tcUn
ru n k tux- n-culvlnir dally:
Gnfts-iste-yome three rnonilii airo I hc-an the
t! 01 lIU, II KTKU'H I HON '1 uMi;, upon UlU iJ-!-e
of unity friend, wlio km I'j) v rtui i. I wat
at I'crlnp- fruiii vm ml tlolilllly to sueli an elUul
U.atuiy lidtor waaeaeet dliiKly buMuiisoriie to uie.
A va.cr.tlon of a niouth did hoi (lv Die moth rt
Iltf. hut on tliii contrary, was followed by ln
rrrxM 0 prnnratlon and slnkliir chills. At UiU
U'i.i 1 b-aran tlm use (if your ikon Tome, from
which 1 ruiUUrd almost 1 ii 1 1 it- 1 iU- and wonderful
rin.ltn. 'i Imol'l iii.Tf jr returned aii'l I found that
Pjjr tiatur:il force waa not permanently al.ated. I
l.a.e u-t'1 tlirc-i' In.uli bof (lie Tunic. hlueu uIii
It 1 li donu i' Uo ilio lAlmr I Imil evu did lii Urn
tMua lime during uiy llliitiw, and wltli tlnuliUi toe
f, Wllh tlm triiull nerve kinl Ijiorof body,
!..iSrmo alo a rliarnt-cs of ihotialit In-vvr bufort
f i.J yi.1. If tliuToNi:li not dotiu 11 work, I
fciio uol wliat. trlve It Urn cri. lit.
Most ((rMifuly jj -ourw
Ttvj, 0. i Jim. t, ICTd. I'mor liruuiu Cturcb.
!ile ty DfUjjgUtj and Contra! Dealer. Eyerywhtrt
isvALUAnLE i on
.iniln. Btirns, Wrnlflt, KniUri, ore
iii-KH. ItlictiinnUKiii, IlitlN, IrtTn. Old
fijri-s, TiMiibarhf, ll'Cflnrlip. sorQ
TtiTont, Asthnio, Hiinr'DrK,
af.. dir., to.
rrsn.v n. n i.tix, d. v.. uriKikiyn, y. r-
" I rt'vii, li if t'j lo unci mur in our lioinn "
r. A. lUSrHlVKI-T. M. H.. Nwiivill!. T. nn.
Hitu u-'l larrfo iJbUll uf J'uMrt OThAlT
1 h f ) M- tlrf."
lr. S. Jl. tIH'OUI). Matron. Jlomo of IxvtltuW
Cil lT'.a. " Wd Jlua It muni :ili v lnui aaiU um
aiuifn.-rt)rr' !? rxTRArr n ni j rm.y in
r I'.hk with I ho naino blown In tlj '.isn.
t?g- It it tinfo to una oilirr artl:-l with onr
'Hoik. Inslxt on Livlim KiM d tXTUAOT.
I fliSt.' Ail lll:;!At' l.d otid UlllictltllU',
piriL rRr.rvRA"iTJsit7f ro?;r)-3 ct
T '0:K1) V1TTI THK ITKUST
.MMn.T I'KMf'ATK IT.llTt'iUy
you I.-VHtrt' JWl'DOIK.
i nrirs rXIiU(7....r....... l.Klanl 11.7?
Tollit (rram I.im)
I'.lM i.iiiiclii) .
(ilarrh toru 75
Inhaler iiliwi5i".i 1.0H
al Krrlnir ij
SilkaliJ I'api-r... Si
Cfli ariiouiiliiis' to f 5 wnr'.h wut cxr fria
no r of louti'-y or 1'. O. r t.
tg-Di-n Nr.-.v I'AVi-i.-i.er wjtii II tb-'or r or ova
i'ii.iiiaiTio.M, fc'i:r 1UU Avrucaiiuy la
POSO'3 EXTRACT CO.,
14 W. Hth Kt.. Vow Yu-k.
AtiiuiiiC tin: in. idicinal twhik- of nrit-nt in; ills
IMifii, Hoi'Ii-'tU'r .Moiil irn Diners hinin. irr -i-iui-rout
It clurkH Hie f'lrllmr proiTC-fi of all dior
(I it of tlie Monmrli, liver and bowoln, tuvivrn llu
vi ii n'uni'ii!!. pn'vi'tilK and ri'intsdli'n rliiiU ami
Iv.t. I'u r.-:ien Ihi" uo'ivlty or tin! kHnvyj, vmn
toriirt ii I fli rl'-nr V tl) rllL'lltllllt 'f '1 . Iltitl 1H ft. 1JIT11I
lun tt iv uiid ml.toc tu iiiii'd. luliriii uml uoi vouh
For In' nil Prnii'tH nnd ili'iilcri t;ciiiTitllv.
THE ONLY MEDICINE
1.1 E1TI1KU 1.1(1 II) UK IHrV I'ORM
Tfaut Acm at 1 lie nil mo time n
mimn, m bowels,
AFD TUB RIDE2T5.
WHY A,RE WE SICK?
liecante ut allow then great oryant tv
ihuMOrsar Ihtrrfort forcttl into the blooil
that touM!( twllel nanirauv.
WILL SURELY CURE
I'll,!'., 'OMHTII'ATHN, VUINAItY
UIKEAMl, I EMAI.1C WRAKNKNHhB,
ami NKitvoi: lMMoiitiritu,
iiauttlua fin acflwt ( ( orijaiu ami
Mtorlnn their )ou r to throw ttf dlseu(,
1 lVliy aiiff'r IIIUouh palm anil aclienl
Why tornmtitod nllli 1'liwt, i;oiiNiiiaiioni
H liy frlKlit'U "er Uliornernu nmni-yai
niiywiilureiiertoiiH oraira iiiauiirmm
Us K I D.NE V.W'O llTunii hjoirt lit htallh.
.. i ..... ....i., it,. viubla Form. In tin
anna our lm !iftti uf wlilch mnkin l iiinrU of
. . . i i i.um Vn.ui. virt rnaitn.
tralad, for thuo that wilnul nmlily ln-Miiro It.
(Tit lU'tfl with "ll iflW'',y H'aiT "
OKI' IT OF YOtlH DROtWIHT. rillCB, 1.0
(Will wind the dry port-pall) Rl'lUJMTOMT,
fi INFLAMMATIONS 551
111 ii T-TI TT al I
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Uniformity , in Tree Planting. i
M.mv urnicrs tlolnv wttlnL' out' fruit
tnicg till tluiy lmvo n )inco of gi'ound'
won pnipiirtKl for an orclmrd nmt iiuv
nx-anu to jmrclm.so a vnrioly of n))ln,
iiiiir, uml citurry troo J liey (ivmya fur
Homo riiftson to have a Iro;o numlmr of
tri'Kg maturo at onco uml t coninicne'n ,
to produce fruit at the saino time. Tliey .
navo nttio ri)fiim for mwlioii in; plant-;
ing annual crops, but they are very
unxions to plant fruit trees with-niatlid-malical
precisioti. They uro curele-i ;
about the arnuionicnt tit other tilings
in tlm Held anl (jjanleii, but they think
that fruit treen must stand like iili-s of
soldiorn on dress parade. Furmeru
whose f uncos are crooked, and who nev
er plow straight furrows or have.stnifcht
rows of corn or potatoes, will be at great
pains to set fruit treen on exaet line.
I hey nre at no jiainsto have the ends of
a plowed field Htraight, but they will be
very particular in setting fruit trees no
that they will form rows in eacli direc
tion. Fruit trees do not miller for want of
companionship. Solitary trees ordina
rily live and thrive as well as thowj that
uro near others. Trees may all'ord mu
tual protection, but it is often the cuc
that they cause; mutual injury by stand
ing quite close together, lhoir roots
often spread so that they occupy ground
in common; their branches shade each
other, and insects find it easy to pass
from tree to tree. A fruit tree once es
tablished in a solitary iioMtion is almost
certain to become strong and hardy. iLs
branches will be near the ground aud
they will be firmly united to the truiiR.
fruit tree standing by itself isfffiier-
ully very productive. It.s fruit-; ripens
well because it lias the full benefit of
the sun's rays. The tree becomes large
for the reason that its roots can spread
in all direct inns and to a long distance
and not como in contact with others.
It is likely to attain a great age on ac
count of the hardiness it ncijuircs. The
pear and apple trees that aro reported
its producing remarkably largo -c rops
generally stand by themselvca and in
somewhat exposed situations. Many of
the oldest and most productive fruit
trees in the Eastern States were planted
outside of orchards. Sometimes they
were planted bcMdo huge bow lders or
by tlie side of ravines when; the plow
could not be worked. The sidon of
streams and ravines are favorable places
for jdantingfrmt trees. A tree standing
by itself is tjuite certain to receive "at
tention. It is readily seen and injuries
to it are noticed. When a farmer has
but tt few trees, and is in need of fruit.
he is likely to take proper care of iLcni.
He will not allow them to becomu in
fested by insects.
1( an orchard is designed to contain
l it trees, it would be an excellent plan
to plant twelve tree. this season und
each year or each second year thereaf
ter to plant twcjvu more, the tries
planted each scn-Min would constitute a
row, Htnl the orchard when completed
would be in the form of a square. Rv
commencing with a few trees a farmer
would gradually become nceustiiiuoU, to
the care of tb u- In the wot it is ne
cessary to renew fruit, trees quite often.
tins is especially true of cherry trees.
and pear and apple trees that commence
to bear early. The same trees' fannot
1; relied upon to produce fruit formany
years in siicccsr-ion. There is, another
strong argument for setting out trees at
dill'erent times. A constant improve
ment is going on in all kinds of fnut.
A fanner may set out the best varieties
known this -year, but in a few ears
then; will he varieties vxstly superior to
them in quality of fruit as well us pro
ductiveness, lty plsnting a few trees
at stated intervals one can secure all t!n
best varieties knuwn at tl.o jnw, of set
ting, and ia that way keep up with the
progress of improvement. The plan uf
setting out an orchard iu the way ug
gested commends itself to person of
What Rtppened to a Pittsburg Uaa.
Newspapers nowadays are full of .-turn's
of the marvellous liick which has be
fallen people, who did not look for any
thing of the kind to happen. Kvcry now
rind then we hear of somebody having a
large forttum left to them by the death
of adistant relative, a cousin in Califor
nia or something of that kind. Not long
ago a young I'ittshurgcr had a singular
piece of luck happen to him. One day
the voting gentlemen in question was
walking down Fifth avenue, whr he
saw an old and rather decrepit man slip
on a crossing and fall heavily. He aid
ed him to regain his footing, and helped
him into a neighboring drug store,
where the old man had his leg mended
with sticking plaster as ho had knocked
some of the skin oil'. The old fellow
seemed very grateful for the courtesy
which had lieen shown him, and, after
asking the name of the young man who
hid been of service to him, he wrote it
down in a memorandum book, and said,
as lie. shook hands,
"My nanio is ; I am from Massa
chusetts. Some day, perhaps, you may
hear from inc."
Time passed on, and all recollection
of the occurrence passed from tho l'itt
burger's mind. He became embarrassed
in business, ami he was reduced to ex
treme poverty. One day when ho felt
extremely down-hearted, and did not
know which way to turn for a livelihood,
ho chanced to pick up a ISostoii paper,
and to his intense astonishment ho saw
that tho old man whom he had jdeked
tip on Fiflh avenue was dead, ami by his
will, which was published in the paper,
the Tittshurger saw that a fortune of
over three hundred thousand dollars had
been left by tho dead man to found a
An Australian Legend, 1
The Pleiades wore a queen and her
six attendants. Long ago, tho Crow
fell in love with the queen, who refused
to bn bis wife. Tho Crow found that
tho queen and her six maidens were in
the habit of hunting for white, cdioto
grubs iu tho bark of trees. Tho Crow
ut smon olmnrr.nl himself into a (Tub and
UW .-"..I.... V .... . . . -. - - " fl
hid in tho bark of a tree. The six maid
ens sought to pick him out with their
wooden hooks, but he broke the' points
of all tho hooks. Then came tho qiieou
wirli her pretty bono hook. Ho kthiiu
Ki.lf lm (Irnwii out. took the shaoo of a
giant, and ran away with. Ivor.- . Kvor
hi n en tbiirn Lave onlv been six stars, tho
hlx maiden", in tho I'ldad. This story
is well-known, oy tno strictest inquiry,
tin ni-rnnt. In AllKlrilUlL wl.iA.V ' i 1
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
I'earl Hunting in Ceylon.
The Ceylon "pearl-hunting" takes
place In March, when i,ho sea is calm-
cst, without being cold, nd the currents
are uiast strong. Anout one hundred
jmd fifty boats assemble, each contain
ing five diving stones and two divers to
each stonn. The squadron is divided
into the Ked and the Hlu, each embrac
ing alxnit seventy boats, and it starts at
midnight from the shore, ho as to reaoh
the pearl-banks by sunrise. The pearl
captain is called Adigar, and ho is al
lowed the use of one boat us payment
There is much to do beforehand along
shore in blessing the boats and uttering
spells against sharks and drowning, arm
the trrews often embark a priest with
The divers take it in turns to descend.
Many of them compress their nostrils
with pincers of bamboo, and stop their
cars with cotton or U-eswax to keep o)T
the pressure of the water, which at sev
n or eight fathoms is considerable.
They fasten a net round the waist, and,
putting a stone between their feet, they
slide, overboard. Arrived at the bottom,
they sweep into their net the oysters
within their reach, give the rope a jcjrk,
and are hauled up again, gasping, faint,
and livid.' lew can keep below longer
than a hundred seconds, and the men
return in a very exhausted condition,
though practice works wonders in this
respect. They never eat previously to
diving, and generally sleep a little after
it. before partaking of any food or
To go down twelve or fourteen times
is a very hard day's work, and if the
weather is at all unfavorable, with cold
wind or rough .water, three or four dives
are nil that, will be ventured. The day's
fishing over, the boats make sail or pad
dle back to shore, and discharge their
ovstersat the (ioverinnent "Kottoo."
The take is divided inlofoiir largii heaps,
of which one belongs to the squadron,
the other three to tlie Government.
These hist are ported out into piles of a
thousand osters, and each pile is sold
at public auction.
"It's No Use," says the despondent dys
peptic. I5ut it is of use. Your suirerins
can be relieved ; thousands have been cured,
and you can also, liroken down, despond
ing victims of dyspepsia, liver complaint,
lever and ague, rheumatism, nervous de
bility or premature decay, will rind in Sim
mons Liver Regulator a .vegetable specific
which reaches the source f the trouble
and ttFocts an absolute and permanent cure.
It reouiates the liver, dispels despondency
and restores health.
Nevii'to Late too Mend.
Thus. J. Arden, William street, East Buf
falo, writes: "Your Spring Blossom has
worked on mc splendid. I had no appetite;
used to sleep badly and gi;t up iu the mprn
ingunrefrchhed ;tny bn-alh was very offensive
nod I suffered from severe headache; since
using your Spring Bl'ssom all these syni
tonis have vanished aud I feel quite well."
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents. Paul
G. Sehuh, Agent.
A Significant Fact.
The cheapest medicine in use is Thomas'
EclectricOil, because so very little of it is
required to effect a cure. lor croup,
dipthoria, and diseases of the lungs and
throat, whether used for bathing the chest
or throat, for taking internally or inhaling,
it is a matchless compound. Paul G. Schuh,
Fellows' Svrun of Hvnonhosnhites saved
the lite of div wife, after her case became
iipn.ireiitlv boneless from Tubercular .Con
sumption. Fellows' Compound Syrup of
ti. ...... i,. . . :.. ...:o :.ii.. : . t,
lii'l'ii'ii-piiHoo win riqiiuijf iiut'iuvi; uiu
weakened functions and organs of the
body winch 'depend for health upon volun
tary and involuntary nervous action. II.
h. Haudimi, Nelsonvillc, O.
The Queen's Society
nreamone; the stanchest advocates of beau
tifying Si zodont, which communicates to
the teeth the glistening whiteness of snow,
arrests their decay, renters spongy and ul
cerated gums healthy, and lircath made
offensive by defective teeth as sweet as
honey suckle. Ladies, ye were made to
captivate, make your conquests sure and
swift, your, empire over male hearts lasting
by its sovereign aid. The fashionable
world declares there is nothing like it.
A Popular Tonic
FOIl WEAK LtNOS AND CONSUMPTION.
No preparation ever introduced to tlie
American public, for the relief and cure of
Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
Consumption in tho incipient or advanced
stages of the disease, has ever met with the
indorsements f physicians or patients as
the celebrated "Tolu, liock and Kye." The
repealed mid continued sales of the article
everywhere are the best evidence of its real
merits. Letters and testiniouals from every
quarter of the country, attesting tho Btim
ulating, tonic and healing effects, arc in
possession of the proprietors, and can be
adduced to convince the most skeptical
reader of its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having a
pleasant tasto and agreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those who are afflicted or pining
away wilh pulmonary weakness of the re
lief to bo secured by tho liso of Tolu, Kock
and I!ye.- Chicago Times.
Goto Taiil (J. Schuh for Mis. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequiiled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
On Thirty Day's Trial.
We will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Elec
tro-Voltaic Belts and ether Electric Appli
anocson trial for iJO days to young men
and other persons ulllicted with Nervous
Debility, Lost Vitality, etc., iiuaranteeing
speedy relief und complete restoration of
vigor and manhood, Also for Kheunia
tism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney dilliculties, Bupture, and many other
discuses. Illustarted nauinhlcts sent tree
Address Voltaic Belt. Co.. Marshall, Midi.
. Allen'). Ttrnin Food tionilivelv ciirna norv
ounuesa, nervous debility, and all weakness
of iriiiwu'iil-ivA nrrrnnu It fl fur tV All
druggists. Semi for circular to Allon i
riiarmncy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Bold W
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
. SATURDAY MORNING,
Mothers I Mothers ! I Mothers ! 1 1
Are yon disturbed at night ami broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at onco and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It wilt
relievo the poor littlu sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and pive rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly Bafe to uro in all. cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 23 cents a bottle.
Tens of thousands of dollars ore squan
dered yearly upon traveling quacks, who go
from town to town professing to cure nil
the ills that our poor humanity is heir to.
Why will not the public learn common
sense, and it they are suffering from dys
pepsia or liver enmpbtint, invest a dollar in
Spring Blossom, Bold by all druggists and
indorsed by the faculty. See testimonials.
Price r0 cents, trial bottles 10 cents. Paul
G. Schuh, Agent.
An Agreeable dressing tor the hair, that
will stop its falling, has been long sought
for. Parker's Hair Balsam, distinguished
fur its purity, fully supplies this want.
The Howe scale took first premium at
Philadelphia, Paris, Sydney, and other ex
hibitions. Borden, Scllcck it Co-agents,
St. Louis. ()
FiiVKits and Intermittcnts of all kinds
are speedily relieved and entirely cured by
using Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills. (5)
JOTICK TO CONTHAUTOIIS.
Office of City Clerk. Cairo. III., May lath, 1KS .
Sealed propona Ik will be received al thin ollire
lil.tll the ineeliny: nf the city council Tue-cdiiy ev
enlni.' Mav Sird next, for furnlftildi; 7.V1 foul 15
inch. I.") feet 12 inch euwor pipe, also projiomlH
forexcruvatilie, laying and performing all labor
ncecKMary for tu completion of Hewer on the fwl
luwltitt trct: The inch newer to l laid on
I'oininerclal ayuriue. 1mm .Second to KiPh Htreelio
Ij Inch on Commercial uvetinu from Mnet'i to
Teuih atrrels. On Walnut from Seventh to Nine h
slri-etn: and on Twenty incond Hlruet from fine to
VMlnut atri-i't. rroposale will lie rece verj lor
fiirnichlni' the ahove fewer pie. or dolnif thu work
or both. Hnid pi pe to he of the bct tnaterlul and
work mnnt he piitiBiar'ory to c.oniiniuee on aireei.
A L'ooil and (uifllcieiit hund lor twice the ainoiiut of
bid must accomany all propoHitioiiH. The ri:ht
to reject uut aud all bidn rentrved t v thecitv.
I). J. KOI.KV, l ity Clerk.
JOTICE TO COSTHACIOKS.
Oflkuof City Clerk. Cairo 111., May l.lth, lHs .
Sealed propi-ali! will b.t re ;eivu I at mv oill -.e
until tho iiieetinc of thu cilT council on Tnenday
evening Mav 'Xt6 for kceitiii all the public drive
well In the city In Kood workinir order for the re.
inainlnn portion of the Uneiil yiur (April 3 itli, 1K:!,
Alno propornla for (Otikiiii: drive w.-ll and turni-h-inir
niatorinl at 1st. Mary'a I'ark. Statin'' price y r
foot and Kizeof pipe to bo uced. A l'ooil and nill
cleut bond of twice the amount ol propoal nniiO
accompany bid. The riK'lit t reject any and till
blda roierved by the city. ll. J, KOI.KY.
Indian Blood Syrup.
Ilvspri'stu, I.lvcr t'ls
caieii. Kever uml Amn
Heart Mseune, Hillmia
iiess, Nervuus Uelillity
THE liEST IiEMEUY KNOWN TO MAN!
Twelve Thousand 1 Jot ties
Sold Since 1870!
Thin Svrup porocMea varlod nropertlcn: It ntim
ulntea the plyallne in the nallva, which converts
tho nlarch and ntiBiir of the food Into kIucoso. A
deficiency in ptyulliio cHiinea wind and souring ol
the food In the ntoniacli. If I be medicine a L-vntn
Immediately ufler catltii?- the furmeutatiou ol loed
It acts upon Hie Iiivi r,j
It actsiipnn the Kidneys,
It HeRiiliiteH the IIoivcIn,
It I'urillcs tlm Kloud.
It Quiets the Nervous Kyatcin,
It I'ruinotcs Iilirestiuu,
It Nouritilics, Htreiiirthi'tisanil Invlpirales, .
It Carries oil' tlm Old lllooil uml makes New,
It Ojiens the Purrs of the Skin anil Induces
It neutrnllren tho hereditary taint, or polnon in
the Slood, which fcueratcn Mcrofula, Krvnlpelan,
and all manner of fiklu Disease and Inioriiul hu
mora. There are no npirlln employed In Its miinurueture
ami It i an hu taken by tlie mont delicate bubo, or by
tho ni;od and fooblo, euro only helnx required Iu ut
toiill. u to directions.
(Jnlvu, Henry County. Ills,
I waanuirerliiK front Hick Headache and IVr.l
mm an that I conld tint a I tend to my household du
ties, anil a short trial of Dr. Chirk Juliunou'a Indi
an Illood Syrup, ell'ucluallv cured mo.
MUH llliLliN KI.KINS
Waterman Station, lleKalb Co., Ilia.
This Is to certify that Dr Clark Johnson's Indian
Illood Hyrup has cured niu or J'ulu In the Hack. It
la a vuliiaiilu niudlcluu, MliM Wool),
feu ire lllll. White Co., Ark.
This U to certify thnt I waa allllcted with l'alpi
tatlon of Hie Heart for many yeiira I tried illllcr
ent doctors, whonn prescriptluns tended morn tu
weaken niu than they did lit streiiBlhen. 1 ai lust
res Ivud to try Dr. ('lurk Joliimon n Indian Blood
Hyiup, which proved to hu a positive cute- not on
ly curlnir thu Heart Disease, but also a bilk Head
ach which bud huuu Iroulillie.t mo,
I was afnlcted with Liver Complaint and Hyspett
sla and failed to set relief. althotiL'li uslnif tnmll-
eines from our hunt doctors I commenced nniuu
nr. .lonnsou a ludlun Illood Svriip. ami a short tilul
cured mo. T. W, UlSINU, Molina, III,
This rortirie that Dr Clark Johnaon't Indian
nlisod Hyrup ha effectually cured me of Dyspepsia,
Too much cannot lie raid In prnlne of It.
W. K. WIMMKK, llodfonl, Mo.
Avents warned for tho sale of the Indian Illood
Byrnp in every town orvllluiiu, In which 1 have uo
agent. Particular lven on application.
DHUO0IBT8 CI 11 IT.
Ubrtoryn Waal 5d it N.Y, City.
S' mm W
a mm it
ftf III fl i
si MM .;!
MAY 20. 1882. '"
Over 2,(100.000 Bottles
Vorroui'hH. coliln, nuruiluoat, hroucliitK asthma,
thriiut, thent and Iuuuh.
llirnut, ehent and Iuuh.
Balsam of Tolu
tint it tin" never been no ailvantapuoualy rnmpniinnVrl
dl'lou to li aootliiiitf lialHumic properties, it afford i a
su'rn ui'orllie rouub him heoii relieved.
.-jriTT I I' IN Ol'AUT SIZE BOTTLFS FOR FAMILY USE, PRICE SI. OOJ?
( A I TrP I rif I 1)0 nr,t hl! "'"''veil by dealers who try to palm oa upon you Hock and Itv i
JJ J I JUH . jilai'inif our Tolu, KocK and Hyo, which In tiia onlv mediated article iuadi
tlio i;uiiii!m- iirif a privntft din proprietary Mninpoii eneli bottle.
The TOLU, BOCK and KYE CO., Proprietors, 41 Biver street, Chicago, 111.
Sold pa- Dkugoisik, Grocers and Dealers Everywhkre.
I'Hblhheit Monthly, iVfce $ 3.00 pep
Ho. 1 (New Series) Contains
rial r m.
C'itl:.i;e!-vthe Hirer Sm &Cbo Dolfiw. 40
1 iwr me ."v v-.-oei .v l no j. ii. .or.n. ,50
O I lush 1 iice, Mv Malir liichnrdj. jrj
Ye I.itte llirtU Quarict Smart, to
The Lovers' Farewell Quartet W. I). 10
I'riht Kvea Walt I'arwell. 15
Queen of 1 le.irti Gavotte Pielcfchl. jn
Huel .mil Toe Galop four Hands llenilcr.
New Yearn' Crcftir.kf I'olka Kisenborn. 30
Von Steuben's firjiul March Dressier. 40
Atrial Trip No. 1 and mailed post-paid,
Adtircua: J. U. PETERS, 307 North Fifth 8troet, St. LOUl. Ajtcncy for Cnvn
1'ianos, Hat State Groans, DtrsoN'a Editions. Aa. Bond for our Illuitrated I'rlca Lint
S KW AIIVKKTIHXM KNTH.
niTM.'C IMI'liOVISI) Itoo-r BEKIt. SM!
II pncliairn nuiliea J Italians nf a deli-
clous, wliiiirconii-, Hpiirklliii' leniieriinc bev
c-ruyis. your lrit;ririot, or cent hy mail for Tic.
c. i-.. niicr.v,!! . uela. Ave., riitlada.
j tr'-iith rimt'il for Hulli viui'h
(Introdin tio.i bvTbua. Tower O'Connor. M.P.I
1 'I'liturl-r ol KmilHli opprt-si-loii net forth. It do
se ihen lieiiimi'n ruin und the peoplu'n denperatiou
11 mows now tno iiuoi was conllsealed unit the in
dustries ileslrovi d. It explulun the Land League,
tlie Land Ad und llie Coi relon Hill. Contains
i-liKravinun and map In co'.iirn. I'rlca only $J per
copy Smen ininieliHi!. heurt fide, for full outllt
ami beiriu work at onco. For full particular!", nd
dresnJ. C. .MiCUKOVACl). Chicago, 111.
MAI WILL IHL fcLflihU.Bt 10-DRR0W?
Pool's SIGNAL SERVICE EAROMfiTER
OrSTOHM GLASS and THERMOMETER Combined,
WIM. TELL YOl'l
Will ili'twot and Indirwta
commtly any ohni( In
t im wuntlmr VI to i hi ur
nimlvHiici. V' ill toll tlm
kind of ntonn annrtMiuh.
iiik, and from nat (li.
rBctlon InvaluibM to
oan plan their work asv
vn mi limes im i-imt in
i sliiftleHuason. Hasan
MUchoil, which alonn la
worth the nce of the
e'tnihlnatldn. This grt-al
is enilorsiil hy tho mort
fosHont. and hcinl)Ha
tiipii of thed'iy to lrf tho
'I'tiM Theriuoinet.'r slid
RiiMiiii.L.r Am ml in a
jnlcoij nniflhHd wahiul
4 trntn.i, with stlrer-platisi
iniiiiiilnn ici., mnKlim
It a iH aiitilul as well
ii-efnlornaui tint. We will
si rnl you a sample one,
itrltvtrrd frrt, to your
pla, In kmkI order.on
. .,l--r- ti ri'Cliit oil
i FJit :;lAiinis)
h' 4 I1' tS,r'"" it"
iiik nrn nmkinij
K to tLii daily ml.
luiUuiniM irfnn ill eon.
tittrwtu. Orrlprsl nnco.
i-fr-f tt r.l.l.N AT Ml.HTI
'J.n.i-l tnu llilns to sell to
J fiirnn ra. nicruhunts, etc.
1 liivaliinliln to evcrynofty
K : ."'P i I .!. takM, but
t I', ' 1.,., . i t.-itli.rnil la.nl.
i.MJj.'o'.x-iiriuii ! uniiud etrrywlaere.
Hoed l'-r i iroolnr and tonus. Ail lross i-.lf order to
OwWI ;o Tlll.lt. tlO.MFTFIt Wlllths,
ltoriicsi4"ls.lilislinioiit ol tii" kind intbo world,)
llMtruii, lliuruu ( onnty, N. Y.
ICrO yi.uraLiiifl,l.urtrv'oi,( ,-lnl. plainly, aniirmiiry
si'tifv n,rr 'r,'rr . . V.'i.' l-ii'if r. (.lf rfl lolef.nl mir riik
IlKW.MiKOF WOKTIII.KHS 1MII A1IIOM
Now V iviim- nitlimit imr Trniln Mnrk.snd Siirna
turn of ), A. l'ool., "U buck of lnl rulnont, a bi lmv.
Ku-ry lntnimnii viirriiiiledrri-iaiid Wlin(.'.
tiirtol lii-lniinont i ; nmlins lotisr.ll'a Indies wliliv
' If yiu aninot sAtiHtiudonrocnlvioittliii instrmneut.
H'ini It at mien und wo will rofiiwl your ni"tn-y.
1'loiMi .Unto w hore yon taw our adveiuxiuieut.
OoAI'er week can be iirmlii In any locality,
V' 'ftoiiielliiutf eiil Only new for a'otitii. outllt
free. : V. , lMiU.MIA.M CO., lloston. Mans'
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A victim of youthful Imprudence caitsiiur I'rnni
niv lincaj, Kervoiis Di lilliiy, .Lost Slauhoo-I. etc.,
Im liu, I; ii d In vain every kunv, n rein dy. has dm-WiVfi-.
ii a nn.J !! 'I euro, which bo will a. nd K!!I:E
lo 1 u ..ticn-M lei'lrem ,1. lit. i;i;i;'l..(
.". 1lm!!isi'l f'f., , Y.
I.OAI.n: fs.Ofl PEU WEEIf, 'J.O0
l-iMroei'ii li, AI.I.HN Ml'lllNiiS, 1'01'M CO. IIX.
DINtiN SI'KINliS ure nltiiiiled In a spur of the
(h'.ark MiiiiiiIii ns, leu miles from Ooletiudii mill
fourteen miles Irom Vli nini, Iu abeuiitilul valley
surrounded by hluh el Ill's.
The st'ein rv Is iiii-urpiihscd and I lie water la
rlrimi! ivlthmlticrul propurtles. No. I la slrolitf
w ill Iron. No J wllh inmriiesiu, siilplitir ami Iron- a
Iroe use ol ibe wat"r bus proved an utifiitlinij n ine
ilc lor Dvsji pslu, .litutulice, l.lvur Compiuliit,
hldne.v iitl'eiiiliiiis n'lil Chrotec Diarrhoea. As a
r t it) mi i' rosoii lluou Hprlnns la ilenervedly popu
lar, bcum iiucl, M'clinlcd ami cool, free Irom dust
uml tiioviiiiou, Se isou frum llrst of Juno 1 1 llrst
uf Del-ember. JOM. li. I, KM UN,
vaingt-r, ijuciiii, iiiiui
Ui .ku, Snilinni.i, and
tnnnyof lha best nicdt-cllc-S
known era ennt
liinrtllii Pin kcr'at tinai
'i'ooic, Into a mrdionr
of am n v,u led powen, as
ia mile It tha Rteslcal
lllooil runner nml tlie
Ileal Hit r Krer I fd.
It ctirr Kheumiiiitin,
D l, -f- blmpcn.s, , laeara
rUIMJI O wino Mum.u.n, imwuii,
Hi ri t Lunut, I.lvcr ri Kutiicya,
Air" Knknm. WaenlirrlvdilVermitfrom
nimi ncoiitinni-iu iiatr l'rr- nu muci vim., mm n
inf. fifvif ikiu in rtxtiit ifiA ticvr iitintrntML. iiiuf.
: 15 Mm '
sS MM J. tm
38 sr wiiix -m.m 3
K I' .'5
II f :J
pneumonia, eowumntloti and all dl.rsaa ofrfca
Ilim ulwnya wn ono of'nemoit Important
wuapoBK wielded Uy thu milical fnrnhy
nonius! thu enrioarlinicnt' of Coughs, Colila,
UrotKbltis-, Astliiini, Sore Throat, (.'un Blimp
tion In it iiicliili-nt and advunce'ij hUl'o. tnd
all diwjnKea of ihu llirnut, chr-t and limu.
a In the celidiruttd Tolu. linrk and Kvn In ad
ititl'uMve Mimuinnt aud tonic, to build up ilia
mntm Poi-f 14. 8kgt9 -To, BO
Ho. 2 (Hew Scries) Contains
IM be a llutterfly Son?.... Richard, jj
Oh, tentl lllrdu 1 enor eonjr ....Untt, 40
7 ha Kunuc Leave IJnel ....William.
1 ha Chnl Pom, rmlx.Toicoa.Krcntieri
Three Klilitra Quartet Hullnk.
Sjiarkiinif Ileaulv U'alia.,. Marker.
I'lCture Cards DluettA .liohrea.
Iloccacdo March Four Hunrla ...Drculer.
Chiming Delis l'olkfl,... Ruphaolton.
on ractlpf of 75 eta,, fir fonr mont.l for fi.co,
On the Chicago. Milwaukee ,tRt. Paul Railway
CHEAP PKH'KS, LONtiTIMP.
And Rohatcfl for Improvements.
For map and full piiiticiilurs. aildr-ss:
WILLIS Dltl'.M MOND.Jh..
Land Commlsfiioi.cr, Milwaukee, wis
S')") I'KIt WEEK can be made In any locality.
V'iV Hnniethlni! etelrely new for airente. 0b
outllt free. U. W. 1NGUAHA.M & CO., Dueton,
YOTTVfl MVN Hyon want to learn Telt'Kra
J vlito Jlln )ihv ina fowimmihs, and lie
certain of a situation, address Valentine brother,
Jiilicsville, . is.
A D KltTlSKliS! send for our Hcleet 1.1st uf Lo
"ent N'ewspii'iers. (,fo. 1'. Kowell iCo., 10
liruec street. N. Y.
H . Lerand G ilbert & Co
W Broad St, New York.
Sums from and uOwards ludlrloiislv mvcatoil
In storks. Kiill information rcnardini: stock truns
uctlona mailed free; atao fliiianciul report.
120 Lioadvray, 'cvr York,
of auy Life InPiiranco Company
It alone Isfiiea
stlpulatlnf! that tlie contract of Inmrance "shall
not bo disputed" after It Is three years old,
and. hat such policies shall be
on receipt of iHtiBfurtery proors of death,
Its policy Is elenr aud concise., and contains
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N. U -dtKAT) YlM'U V0LIC1F.S. Compare tho
short and simple form used by the Riiultatile wllh
tlie loiiK and obscure contract loaded down with
technicalities Issued by other compamval
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy holdnra are
N. II. See the many letters from policy holder
exprssslin; their i; in ii ilea' Ion with the return from
their TuNTtNif Saviniio itno PuLicma.
lttc;iimi of itw
linancial Strength. :
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Swnrcly IuvctHl, nearly
K. A . HUI tNKTT. Ajrent.
Offlrs, comer Uib aud Wwbluiitou. 1 ' 1
Nuvoiuber!, IBM. uUd