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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; FRIDAY M0IIN1NU, JULY 7, IBS3.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
Trmn ot ttulmnnption.
run op poHTiui:
Daily one year by carrier I'3 00
W per coin. dUcon nt II paid In advance.)
OhiIv, unti yur iy mall 1 JJ
liaily, orio moutti 1 "
Weekly, ona year J'
Wanly. 0 mouthi , 110
HirCluhiofflvoor more for Wuekly llulietln at
onetime, pur yuar, 1 5(1
INVAIIIAHI.T IH AtlVAHC!.
All Communication! -liould 'r'!'!;;r1 K
K . A. HlI It Is K I r
publisher and rrteirietor.
Six Unhr.llo".'ed Gravr.3.
Serinrtitetl fnni tli-nt '.or ri rives slnnd
Hix stones, iniirl.ii' 1 1 if. Inina! jilneo of
nix nic.'i v. L, 'ike liiiinuii lii'iids iie)i'i
llnill tin; Wi-:il;iii'Ss it lietj.l.-sMiesU of
tlii-ir Miil.TMiv; riiii.:iiiioin in the
wrctclii'il j n-i -i n pen. n.liliin them o(
fiMlil, (l C'inlliilHJ, illnl often of life.
Tin'!! ix wire, ii.il'ii tuniiti.'ly, not tho
only ones of tli:il el.iss, hut Ijeili rin
lca"lers, they were tried by court of
their own r.oinruie:4, convicte(, ami sen
tenced to he liMncd, which Henlotii'u
wa. executed by their comrades July
11, lM-l. They wcio li:me,(l from a
Hoafl'old crecU'd for tho purpose just in
sido tlit stockiido. The uhiikm of tlieso
men were John Siirstield, One Hundred
and Forty-fourth New York; William
Collins, " hihly-eihth Pennsylvania;
Charles Curtis, 'Mattery A, Fifth Rhode
Island Artillery; Tat belaney, Kihty
third IVunsjlvania; A. Munn, United
States navy; V. U. Uiekson, United
States navy. AmhrsoncilU J.cllcr.
The Widow's Withering Welcomo.
Two dresy widows, jiast middlo ao,
chaneeil to confront weeds in the aislo
of a Washinjrtou Htrcct car recently, both
beinj in waiting for a vacant neat. (J no
at length bein vacated, the forward
dame patronizingly pointed Lite other to
it. The latter, flushing angrily, n;swjnd
ed indignantly: "Take it youridf; I'm
ns young a3 you aro, uiaJaut." Uoslun
Raising and Protecting Fish.
Mr. 1). Y. Howell, superintendent of
. the Ohio state- li.sh hakheries, advocates
concert of action among tho dill'erent
states to secure protection to fish during
portions of the year, and to prevent
their wanton destruction. Unless some
thing ni're is done than to hatch e,rgs
and plant them in streams and lakes he
believes fresh fish will noon be too scarce
to bo ucd as a common article of food.
In a communication to Ftred mi
tit ram be makes the following state
ments and suggestions:
We have two hatcheries, one located
at Toledo ami the other at Sandusky.
They are both supplied with all tho lat
ent improvements and devices for tho
mccessful working of spawn and the
hatching and handling of the young fry.
We have in use over four hundred of
the Chase automatic jars, which aro
certainly a great success, iM.ing very
economical, simple, and convenient, and
are doing away entirely with the old
process of trays.
Although hist fall was the most un
favorable season since tho organization
of tho commission for securing eggs, wo
succeeded in taking about t),W),V) or
over of the whitclish spawu, and at
least fiO.CHHV.KX) were hatched and suc
cessfully planted in tho head waters of
Lake 1-rie, beginning at Stony point,
near tho mouth of the Detroit river.and
following tho north shorn around to the
south shore as far as Niagara- reef, be
low We.-t Si-ter island. There was also
planted around tho islands and island
fisheries an. I at Huron about ;in,(Km,(KJ
young whitelish. They were deposited
very carefully, from three to six miles
from the shore in front f the fisheries
from which the spawn was taken. We
have also deposited through tho interior
of the state, in variuus public streams
and private ponds and lakes, several
hundred German carp, about 70,'K.iO
young black bass, and 'JO.wO brook
It was the desire of the board of com
missioners that I should do all that was
possible for the interior of the state, so
I conceived tho idea of hatching our
Lake Erie salmon, or, as some call
them, pickerel, or wall-eyed pike, al
though it was consHiorou ny some usii
culturists as an impossibility. I nm
happv to state, however, that I have
successfully hatched this spring, at our
Toledo hatchery, several millions of this
species, which" we aro now planting
thron'h tho interior waters of ourstate,
nnd have also several millions more of
eggs now in process of hatching at our
Kundnskv hatclierv. The frv aro very
small when first hatched, and carry a
lan'o food sac, but are (pute strong ana
healthv. losinr the sac in about ten tiuvs.
Thev then commence taking on the col
or of a fish. Up to that tuuo they aro
colorless and as transparent ns water it
self. Wo find them a hardy fish to
transport. They will live hvo days
without clistnsro of water; we can not at
this date say how much longer, as that
is the longest time we nave tried mo
experiment. Wo will have them on
hand for at least two or three weeks yet,
ns our p,rgs are not all hatched. Should
they thrive, the time is not far distant
when all the streams of Ohio will teem
with tho most delicious of food fish.
While the spawn is hard to take, and
dillicult to fertilize and separate, still it
can bo successfully manipulated and
Ouo thing more I would liko to call
attention to. It is with regard to tho
pnssage of n law to increase the sizo of
meshes in fishing-nets for the protection
of young fioh. Is there not a bettor way
to accomplish tho same end? . It is a
fact well understood by all fishermen
that there are no small or young fish
caught except iu mid-summer, or what
wo niMit call the heated term. At that
timo tfio adult fish retire from the mar
gins of our lakes to thedeoperand cool
er waters for rest. Tho young and old
fish aro seldom found together, tor tho
lar"0 fish feed upon tho small ones;
eonseiiueutly, whon tho largo fish aro in
mid-la!;o. tho young are ashore, and
vico versa. Now, a law that would pre
vent nil fishing from tho 1st of Juno to
tho 1st of October, with all the dovlccs
except tho hook and line, would accom-
piisb tiw 4osjro oud without wtfkiog
an injury to tho present ow ners of small
Then again, it is not claimed that
there will bu any less of the parent fish
Cfiiifht, but. only the young will be
saved. Now twiuo that will let young
whitelish escape will also let hprring,
porch, Rangers, or sand-piko, suntish,
etc., escape, thus taking from tho mar
ket an immense amount of cheap food,
which is chiefly used by tho laboring
classes. This would render tho article
of fish a luxury upon the market, and,
to a great extent, would place it beyond
the reach of tho poorer class; and again,
by allowing tho perch, sunfish, saugers,
etc., and in fact, all the above-named
fish to escape, we aro turning loose mil
linns upon millions of "pirates" to prey
upon the young whitelish that wo aro
hatching aud planting yearly in tho
great lakes. Now, what I would rec
ommend would bo a convention called
by the commissioners of tho various
states, and together recommend the
passage of a law applicable to each
state. A law that would work well on
our niost northern lakes would not ap
ply to Lakes Erie and Ontario. Now,
if a convention could bo called and tho
commissioners of the provinco of On
tario invited to unite with us and agree
upon a uniform law, that would bo a
benetit to all and an injury to none, it
would be a grand good thing, and put
to rest forever this vexed question.
In conclusion permit me to say that.,
after a careful study of ten years and an
experience of twenty in catching, buy
in sr, and selling lish, and that, too, in
no small (piant;ties, I iave conio to the
conclusion that there should be some
guard thrown around tho enterprise, or
in time the lakes will be stripped of
whitelish and trout; and, after giving
the subject my best thoughts, do say
that a joint law prohibitingtlio catching
of whitelish and trout threo or four
months each summer, for a terni of
from live to ten years, would have. the
desired effect. It would at least mako
these two species of (i.h as plentiful as
herring now arc. We are all doing our
utmost in the direction of artificial prop
agation, and if through tho menus of a
joint convention a protective law could
be recommended and passed that would
be applicable to each state, and one
tiiat would do justice to all and at thu
same time be proieetion, there is not tho
least doubt but that in a very few yer: s
our lakes would be again thoroughly
populated wi h whitelish and trout as in
years gone by.
Smith Was Too Previous.
Samuel Smith, a barber of Denver,
Irul.. undertook to woo Mi Higgins
after tiie audacious and precipitate, man
ner of the heroin "Faint Heart Ne'er
Won Fair Lady;" but he found that the
Mi"". ss. of the dramatic lover was not to
lit- duplicated in real life. Smith was
niiaeuaiiited with the girl when ho fell
in love uiiii her. He took out a license
to many l.er, and pre-enlod it to her as
;m itili'o'h;' hur, asking her to name tho
):). A tliouh he was accompanied
lu iiis ler :m evidence of good
! ... no i..it;i ! -.Id his en use glibly,
y I! Ms :. o ed to regard tho offer
:, n , i i icr Inn :.n insult, and Lad
. 5a "Vi tlie o -jr.
Of the late Lord Justice Holker. Col
eridge lately said: 'Certainly, if sen-i
and leaniiic; if vigorous ti f i i -i-t :i n I i '
and accurate language; if strong gra-p
of fails and principles; if t r:u-t : . C'-i 1 1
hoiie-ly of purpose; if eetficss uf tem
per, and iiiiu eari d courtesy, and cm
sidei:iiiuii f.r every human bein w'm
came in contact with him: il these ll.n
aic as ti.ey ar-i .nat iptaiiiie- !
In ! ; these irii'.-'t 'i-ialiiie. he t.:!
ti e largest .; in ! amplest i,i.-i--iiiv,"
K.ii rt C. )i
,l;i.-:;ee A .Mo .!.!. i
Yot'.vi and middle Hjitd men, suffering
Irotu nervous debility and kindred alfcc
tion.s, a.s loss of inemeory and hypochon
dria, should inclose three stamps tor Part
VII of World's Dispensary Dime Series of
pamphlets. Address World's Dispensary
Medic. I Association, lhilTalo N. Y.
Skim Milk For Heifer Calves,
For the lirst three to six months, skim
niiik is one of the best of all foods for
heifer calves. This is rich in casein and
albumen, to grow the muscles nnd ner
vous tissues, and also in phosphate of
lime for the bones, and in other mineral
constituents of the animal body. It is
better than whole milk for this purpose,
for that contains too much fat to give a
full development to the muscles and
bones. hen the calf is very voting,
the oil in new milk is very serviceable
in keeping up a high degree of animal
heat, and uImo to furnish a little needed
fat to the lean body of tho new born
calf. And for this reason it is well to
add a little boiled flaxseed to skim-milk,
whon this is given at a week old, as it
may be if the cream is needed for but
ter. Stir into the warm skim-milk n
tablespoonful of flaxseed jelly for a
young calf, and increase it very grad
ually as it gets older. The flaxseed will
prevent constipation from tho skim
milk. After two months old, if mill; is
not plenty, that may be reduced, and
ground oats and bran substituted iu its
stead. New process linseed meal i al
so excellent for u heifer calf -say. one
fourth of a pound at two months old,
increased to half a pound at four months
old. A little early-cut clover should bo
laid by for winter feeding of calves.
Heifer cakes should have free exercise
in pasture to assist in developing a
healthy, robust constitution. Kalimal
Duelist Loiibat'8 expulsion from tho
Union Club of New York still causes
talk among the club men of that city.
"Why," said u society nuni to a re
porter, "Mr. Lotibai has an income of
$100,000 a year, he is worth .tlt.lhltl.OOO
anil yet he is socially assassinated."
But it is good to see once in u whilo
an evidence that money can't do every
thing for a man.
Mrs. J. C. Henderson, of Cleveland, Ohio
writes : "The uso of two of Pierce's rleua
ant Purgative Pellets a day, for a tew weeks
has entirely cured mo of sick headache,
from which I formerly sutured terribly, as
often, on an avurago, as once in teu days."
Of all druggists.
Indian Wood Syrup.
If fell 1
n Ml 11
tss tfMM si
Iivspcpi-la. Liver Ills-
f-llnt-h. KeVH'hJUl AlOH!
Henri PisfHHc, hillini!
iiesit, .N'crvnas licljlllty
THE BKHT KKMbilY KNOWN 10 MAN I
Twelve Thousand Jiottles
Sold Since 1870!
lliln Svrup iocie;n'i!(i VHrltfl propertluB : Ilttim
ulatu! thu ptyalinc in tlic hhiIvii, which cuiiviirlH
ilio March anil Kiiijur of Iho ftioii Into Klncm. A
(ipflrii'luy in plyal'liu callow wind and xotj rtiif; uf
thu food iu Hie tioiunth. If tho mcdicl ia j utian
iDimi diiitt-ly atuir eating, tliu furmeuiution ol l.x d
ItHi Uupontlid Liver,
It arts u pen thtf KMui'js,
It Ungulates the Bowels,
It Purities the. Mood.
It Vrub'ts the Nervous System,
It I'roniotei) Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strvncilii-ni and Iuvlgorates,
It Carries off the Old Wood and makes New,
It Opens the hires ol' the Skin aud Induces
It rentrallncK the hereditary taint, or iolvon in
the Wood, which iri'nera'eH Scrofula, Ervnipflai".
huil all ruanuvr of aklu Ulncarcs and luturnul hu
mor'. There are no apirlln employed In lt manufacture
and It tan betaken hy the inosl dflicnte babe, or by
the ii!cd and feeble, care only ImjIujj required In at
tentt I) to directions,
Oalva, Henry County, Ills.
I wasmfferlnc from Slclc Ifcaduche and Dizxl-
ii'.e noihal I ou lil nut altend to in v housnhold riu-
Ilea, and a fhort trial of Dr. t'lark Jolinmin s Ii'.dl
an blood Syrup efli luallv c.un d me.
VKS HELKN ELKIS'H.
Waterman Station, DeKalb Co., Ills.
Thlf Is to certify that l)r ( lark Johnson! Indian
Blood Svruu hs cun-ii mt of I'ain in the Bark. It
la a valuaole medicine. MHsj WOOD.
entre Hill, White Co , Ark.
This Is to certify that 1 as afitlcled with I'alpi
tation of the Heart fur nianv years I tried difler
ent doctors, whon preirriptlons tetided more to
wt-aken me titan thty did lo ctreoittbi-n. I at last
re! 1 vml to try Mr. Clark J ohnsmi's Indian it I mid
hyiup, which proved to be a rmlliv cure not on
ly curing the fit-art DiHense, but also a eick lk-ad-ach
which had been troulilliu; mi.
M US MARY A. NKAL.
I was afilicted with Uer Complaint and llHpi-ji
la and fa:!od to jet relirf, although tisliiu mudl
clne from our bi rt doctors I rommenced unlni"
Jr. .Inhnsou's Indian lllnod Svrup, mid a short trial
cured bio. T. W. KISINU. Mollne, 111.
Thin rvrtlfiei that Dr. Clark .1. .l.iimiri " Indian
IikM)d Syrup hie cnVrttiiilly fund mt- of Dyspepsia.
Too much cannot he said In praise o' it.
W. K. Wl.MMr.lt, Bedford, Mo.
At'eutu wanted fur the ale of the Indian Illood
Syrnp in rviry town or villain, in which i have 110
ah'i-Lt. partlculam lvi n on iipllc itiou.
OKLtiUIsrs H!:i.T, IT.
Utiratonr f, Wtiat 3d L, S. Y City.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICI SR.
TRADE MARK. Tile Groat Eiirf-
Itidi leuirily, An
II n fm 11 Hi; cure fur
spermatorrhea, i in
piiti'in'y t.nl all
dima-fs that Mow
HI A w.'i, iiatiir.i
Of Si'lf llbllHi'; S.S ";
mi,, ,,f ni.t mitr u .
DtilOre iahireuniversail'isMliiflejii rji VJ
palnm the hark,111' AWUDg,
dtmiiesn of vision, pri niature old ng0, and many
other (Unease that le.nl to insanity, Consumption
or a premature i-rnvn.
ffKiill larilt'ilars In our pamphlet, which wo
deuro to send tree hv mail to evervone. HfThu
Specific Mrilicii.u r sold livall ilruei;it at $1 per
p asi-e, or six prk-.iM s for i.r will be sent free
hv mail on rt-eri pt of ihc r.n.i ev, bv iniilren-'ni;.
rilfi K. V M KIiK'IN K CO. ,
lierr:, N. V .
On account of counterfeits, we have adopted Ilio
Yel'ow W rapper; the oulv neoiline. Uilaiantecs
of cure Issued
Sold In Cairo by V. U. SC'IIl II.
Wholesale Aljeiits, Morrison, l'lumbor ii Co.,
btato of Illinois, t
Vss- Circuit court of Ah xan
County of Alexander) ib-r county. In Chancery.
Samuel Stnat l aylor and KiUIn 1'arsons, Trus
tees of the Cairo Trust Property,
Ileiijiiniln K. I'arker.
Hill to l-'oreclose Mortgage.
I'libllc notice Is hereby f.'l veil, that, in purniiiunu
of a decree made and eiuered by said court la
the above entitled cause, on thi't.'ilh day of May,
A. 1. 1SS2, I the iinderslirned, master In
chatieery of the raid court will, oil
MONDAY, TIIKUITII DAY OK .1 t'LY. IsSl. al
tliehunr of II o'clock In the forenoon, at thesuiith
westerly dmir of the court house, in the cliy of
i atro, coiimvoi Aieioiiicier and Mute of lllluos,
sell at titiblic miction, to the blithest bidder, for
cash, all and singular, the follolnu described
premises and real estate In said decree mentioned,
situate In the county of Alexander and slate of
Illinois, or so much thereof a shall be sufllelent to
satlsfysuld decree, to wit; 1,nt numbered Seven
teen (17), In block numbered Kurt -six. (I'd In thu
clly of Cairo, as know n and designated on the re
corded map or pbil of said cltv.
Dated Cairo, Illinois, July l-t tss-.
AI.KX II. IKVIN.
Master In Chaiuery.
(illKfS Atitl.llKItT, Complaiuant's Solicitor
A ST Elt'S SALE.
State of Illinois. I
sa Circuit Court uf Alet
County of Alexander I under county.
Eliza Kidney, Marv Hlcuey and Tlietnas KIriic.
filll to foreclo'ii niortifaHe.
l'ubllc notice Is henbv ulven, thut. in purminoo
of a decree made and entered by salsl court In thn
above entitled cause, on the l.l.li day of My,
A. D. ISs-j, I, tre underslnned, m isler In chancery
ol tho said ci art, will ou
Monday; tub situ pay of july. hm
at the hour of II o'clock Iu Hi"
forenoon, at tho southwesterly door
of the court bouse, m the city ot Cairo, county of
Alexander, and state of IMnols, sell at public auc
tion, to the lilehest bidder, for cash, all
and sluu'iUr, thn follow lug described proinls. s and
real or late Iu said decree mentioned, sltnatc In tlio
county of Alexander and mate of Illinois,
or so much t hereof as shall he siilllclent to satisly
said decree, to-wlt: Lot numbered Twenty lour
(W), In Mock iiiimbured Thirty cm) in th city of
Cano, as known and designated ou thu recorded
map or plat ofsald cltv.
Dated. Cairo, III,, July 1st, IHS1
AI,KX. II. IKVIN,
Master Iu Chancery.
Jfto. M, Lsuur, Complalnauf! Solicitor.
iwhv tf & tew
Ti--Vw--.-sTOTt y ----f-tf" mm
1 1 4' & , is i
THE BEETNOVEN ORGAN.
Heiirlith, 75 Irm., N-nth, 40 Ins., Ilepih, M iim
New Stylo No. 90D0, five '5) Oct-ivs, Hir1, ,mo Solid
Black Walnut Cue wild Organ bench and frV.ic EMc.
27 Slops, io mil Sets cola Tansne Eccis.
sri .cui, ti;v i.iv n t t.u to im: kn sui ns
OF TIIK CAIRO I.IJLLKTLY.
f"',,1, r". Xl y ,""VH. I-Ueil lle.-.,iianils.,I,r,.,,,i.,.to,l,r-c
i ii -imI 1.1 II mi f nil f ,' ' M; ' "W "'" """ ""i. 'bi.livy. ami y r...
Count ol 'he in reaao in nrien of
.. .. .. .. ........ himm .- 10 7-1 .,, si, on ac
nffef , ,11, i""lr"'"'"t intriHliin d x tlieut delay. and nmU this special
bov.m m,2, 17 '.l,'r''"HT''' . " k 10 ,,"," ' ny profit, astb., ll,,,
Pf" "'"tie. ism, Is ol fr...lH. 1 regard this iiiaiimlr ol udrodocinK ,t
' '''' H'Wehim hunOiixla of dollars in newspaper adverti.jiiK. The OrKan
Aaaress or call upon DANIEL F. BEATTY,
HAVE BEEN IMITATED,
And their excellont reputation in
jured by worthless imitations. The
Public aro cautioned againBt buy
ing Planters having -similar sound
ing names. Soe that tho word
C-A-P-C I N-E is correctly spollod,
Are the only Improvement ever
made in Plastors.
One is worth more than a dozen
of any other kind.
Will positively cure whoro other
remedios will not even roliovo.
Prico 25 cents.
Eewaro of cheap Tlaeters made
with lead poisons.
CEABU.7Y & JOHNSON,
Munufacinrltii; Chemist, New York.
A" " Vriirf RI .HKDV AT l.AsT. "iVeirt, -a.
MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUMON i'LAS.'ER.
Of LVEBT KIND CHEAPER I BAH EVER.
Rifles, Shot Onus, ICevolvers, Ammunition,
Flailing Tackle, Seines, Nels, Knives,
Hiizora, Skates. Il-tinmocka, ete.
Lure lllustiiitiil Catulogun FllEK.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
WANTED I l-mlmsanj frcntlemuti, toeniraire
with lis to sell several I'aerul HousehoKl
Artielea. rroflta larn I.noor ta IIkIiI.
Kxcluslve territory kIvcii, No competition.
Terms liheml. Clrculurs FHHR. Adiln-sa
Ilenitt xtauufact'n to., Bos Wis, I'itMiurich, Pa.
SwodUb Iiuuct Powder Kill
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
It will tliiirnnnbly rxtorminutc Roaches, Ants,
Hod Uiiua, I'loin., I.leejiibaeeii innl Cotton Woruif",
Mnlli, eui. It Issufe, sure, rloiiiiiy innl ebenp. It
will nut pol'oti aniiniils or fowls. Sample prick
sires hv inull 3il cents, post inl.l. Pbim).s taken.
Clrenliii-a frM-. i;i-nla Wnnli-il. Aiblress,
J. H. JOHNSTON, Pittslinrglt, Pa.
I jlJ of oil kinds for solo very cheap.
Iff Catalogues freo. Address, RICHARD
111 HULL I CO, Box 808, 1'UUibarvU, I'a.
'aaauiau J! aa m
INJECTION, laanosltlva eurafbrall Dlacbftrws.
Btlnirlnir, BnmrtluK anil Painful BunsiUiou ol tbs
II II Hfirm'r9r"'ffa
y& I fin por bottle, For anlo by all driiK-
w ui.ta or annt by Knineus nn re
ci.lut ot prlea, JOHN D. PAkIC 4 SONS.
l7tVand 177 Syonmore Bt. CINCINNATI,
OHIO. l'loaaainunUuit tliiaimyor. A
For Saleby HAKC1.AY IIHO'8. Cairo, Illli ola.
QALL KOH CONVENTION.
A Mass Meetlntf of thu Detnocratfc voleri of
Atexatitler County will hi hebl at tlio lloiirl Hoiim
In Cairo, Illinois, nn HatiinUy the Kill ilav of July
for the aurpiiMO of tiloctliitf seven ilelenales to l!m
Hunatorliil Convention to be ho'den nr. .loncsboro
ontno l:ri nf July. JAMKH.H. HBAKDKN.
Cli.ilriniiii ( onnty Central Cointnliuo.
I 1 T r-wiasns avaaaanaaBBM
The Famous 27 Slop Beethoven Organs.
SuttaMo for tho Tarlor, Chapel, hoil, dturch or 8iiljbath School.
'ANI',-lliutiin Solid lllwk Walnut, manafao
lurwl m w mil In Like lha dirt or dusl. ThMrnuxhly
wwwineil anil kiln ilrmd,) Uiat a will laniHIw tw.t
siluiii ii i vil ami utnaiunniwl mOi ai-ahnaiiua iloawns
in Knlil. lr,,t iiiiihiu desk, ukiit, lisiulWa aud lauiu
tuuiila, U u built bi laal, n4 lur allow.
ACTION.- ()niainlnK W NlopM, with a rrnat. va
riety ol MM' Ooiiiliinatmna, kiikIiIiiik thn iierfiiriuxr to
jmiullli IiiIIiiwiiik tha nni'l instriieliniH axutla
kpiinell lf..ai tU Iha.u.U U.. .... t.. !. II
ultimlm, Chilli, Church n,a OrifHu, mikI jimn ithir
27 STOPS, os follows!
I Ci tin stout toue. H -I'rhn, SIikiI. tin.
1! Milolia IV iMili niiH.af.H.i tina.
3- 1 l.r.ihella li-4 'In riont,t, H fuul Ume.
4- Maieial tiilh-IIiuK, 16 I7Viii l!,ilestii,S ft. tone.
Iiss. num. IK Violina. A fisittnni,.
5 I'.inirili-n, tfi foot tnns. lU- Vox .liiliilanUi, B Olid
il rsfiifiniMiiis, a iihii Mine. nsn rono.
7-Vlul ili ianiha,Mft.biiieSa--l'ioeoli, I fnot bum.
k-Oii iMiHoii, h fmit ban. HI- 'iniiler. I I'u-iiionniue
W-Viiil liitcti,4 ft. bine. 1B-4 Irchratral I'orlu.
lu-firaml Kipreasione, SHI- irandiiriranknibii
I'mtbiim HI-liislit KntiK Mt,,i.
It l-'roiieli Horn. 8 ft. bine li.' Aulnmaiiu ValvM KIy,i,
j'J Jlurti A iilean. Isl Kiirht Ouplci IjiuiiimtI
ivuz iiutuuua, ruutu- ei uoi wuiiua AiuuiKir
Willi Cranil and Thrllllnir Accesaury nnd
I!l-l,l,0VW.-Klnnst Trobls IluWier.IIprlclil.pnt.
turn, t hriw Im-IIhws cximbined, wit h fmir Sltwl tipruiKs,
with Aubimalin Valve Hbip, an IniiemouauTrauaoaiuut
for pr'iveniimi an vr-tuppljr of air.
Ill I IW 111 I-nil HiURmla Arnnfthartidehrntact
ldinTinKU(tatnlMt,l the bmioiea of which an,
h- iireil ti the blntk br dnvoUilliiK InaUiad ol nnlinaiy
invi l. whu h biHin breakn or rattlea. Tim ilnlil.-n
Tncjuo iieverlireaka r wears mil, hulils ill,,mi Wr.
mi uy. uj luiuug u ever niiiuu-uu law leavum Uie
Teil' -NnnpTh. TliHIIinirlf Fwnct and Pnra I
lehnlliHisii ci'Miimriaou with any luatriiinent ever inaiui.
(u-emul Hi, tmir time the price. An Ortan like I In
bIk,vi conlaiiiihir the same variety of iniisie. wouhl
ciiat throiiKb hii;ri prti-ed organ inanutw tiirure at
SKnk i fur it-!f. Oftcu twenty sales hare beco Uated from lui) first sold in a new
li' T' i-. (I.-rls jK)itiv..lvi:"o, for imr l.-n dnvs from d.itn. Pf.KASB RKAIt
THi.t IN Ml M. 'l ln,i ni wkus - on;l be lunieii l-mm-iiir rlnssiaiviiil pre .
If niiiileil (Mm yor poKtolheo wiilnn li n ibirs Imm Una dutoU wnl he received,
nol otlierwiw., or ron may accept by l l,:i.ipn on Ihelsnl. duv. ami rmml by mail
on Hi 1 1 day. I shall I'oSITIV I I V n los,. nil ur.l. i.. im,l, r i '.lii, uul.e a'-ciuu-panied
with ti.ia newnpiipT, and payment hiil-.i In ina.kd wilhiu ton days aa
jati:, m asihm;t(v, -ajiuw ji:m;y, .h i.y, i-si
N II As tliin apreinl ot
all Hie money in hand, it will
j.'i'oro tiie best oraaii I bat
uy oiuor noiaera la usually
Over 2.000.000 Bottks
for COUL'hs. colrls. sore lliroitl. hrnfirhltU .gtln...
fc mfHT, ,, ,.-.-.--t,- ,..,L,-...:t!!MJ...;.v .m ,.-1
' v - - irauu'. i tc itllllB pilV Ullj
throttf, (-ficct una luiii;.
Balsam of Tolu
, .. , , a'1 mseases oi me inroai, cnesi ami itllics,
but It has never been so advantat-eonsly compounded as in ihe celebrated Tolu, Um k and live In ad
dltioii lo Its sooth, ni? Ila'sannc proierlles, it affords a dillusive ftiinuliint and tonic, t., build np the
svs'nn ulierlhe cou'h has been relieved. r
1-iTVVY 11 IN (Jl'Airr SI.R HOTTTiFS FOR FAMILY USK, I'ltlCK
( 1 A T Trl 1(1X1 I';' n,,t le deceived by dealers who try t pnlmolf upon you Hock and Kvela
KJIJ l 1 V a place of our Tolu, Hoc ami Kyc, which is the oulv inedl nted urticlu madu
the (.'ciiuilie has a private die proprii tnrv sliunpon each bottle.
Tint TOLU. lUK.'K iimi UYHCO . I'mmii tins i 1 i'iv..r vicot fl.ir-,i,, in
Sold iiy DitrfHiisTs, (iuuckus
I'ulilixltril M nut My, I'rire .f.'i.OO tr
No. 1 (Now Scries) Contains
li lea In
Ctlmebv the llivcr Song 1. Im Ilnlfuss. $ .(O
K.rllie sieaSonir t ho
. I.M. N.irtli
'e l.il'u IlinU i jmiriet . .
"Ihe I. ..vers' I . in-well (Jn
lliiL.it l.ve-l Willi . . .
(Jileell ni I Ii ill-N ( ijMilic ,
rlet . . W. I).
II. el and 'I'm: ( .). -I.iur Hiimls lli u.ler.
New Ye.ir,' lire, il..' I',.l ; I'l elilunn.
full SIi.-iiI.l-ii'.i (ii.ui'l M in !i . . UrisKler.
A Trial Ti Ip-N'us. I and 2 mailed post paid,
A.i.ir. s! j. l. PETERS, 307 North Fifth Street, St. Louis. Agency for cha..
.'lASO'i, l:.v Statu Ohiiank, Iotson's Kihtidni Ah. Send tor our lllusti ati d I'ricc List.
t5 " u.fk ',TT? t-
A New and Complete II t.i, fronting on Luvoo
isecond and Itailroad btreels,
Th I'us'eiiner D.-tnit of thu Chlcairo, Mt. Louis
an'' .inw Orleans: Illinois Central; Wabash. St.
Louis and Cacl'lc; lion Minimum aud ,H .iiiheni,
Mobile and Ohio; l air and St. Louis I'anways
are all J ist ac.russ thu street.; while thu Steamboat
Lalulli.K is but one s inare iHstanl,
This Ih. lei in heated by steam, tins steam
Liiundry, Hydraulic '''levator, Klut trie Ciill Hulls,
Aillonnille, Kire-Alarms, Hal lis, absolutely pure air,
pnrte.-t seweraue and complete appointment.
Superb furniHhln's; perfect servico; and an nn
axe i lied lu'ile.
li. I'. I'AUK l-;ii Ac c:i.,lifMMo
$500 JtE WAKI) !
Stillman's KLIXIUof LIFE
A purely Y'eijeliible Hlood Purifier, and iruaran
teed to cure W cases in let), or money mfurded
Th- above ri ward will ne paid fur a nunedv which
ill cure as many case of Malaria, Fever and Aruh,
I'vspepsla. Kheuiinillsiii, I'alilirh, Liver mid Kill
tiey Diseases tfi olio billies aold on lis merits,
without inlvertUiui:, In seven yinrs. If bilious,
laiii-ulil. and your auibitioti Is jronu, life is gloomy.
I r. one bott.li'. It will couvinco you ol its superi
orly uvcr any otle r remedy. II you have any Mil
mors nf Hie skin or hlnoil. fr ni whatever cause,
this Kll.'lr will cure it when all oilier remedies
have failed. Ask voiirririuijlst for It. I'rlco $1
andij. A i dollar boil le sent, hv express pre
paid. M f ii by A. L. bTILLVIAN CO., New
York t Ircillars free. II. C. W ILL Alii), Oon'l
Aneut U. H. mid Canada. Troy, N. Y.
Nutlilnat la o.u world aaiial " u vi
rrilUirul'iila, Wni.lm,llolli, lmir, Old Horn,
V. Bom Kysi, Htraiirlal IllMaasi, Catarrh, iai Of
A) . Un, 'saiala ConiiilaluU, anil all aiua!
Jl JIkuhs. It a.'r rail, ail ilnulu in4
; wumry alula kn-iwra Mil II. H. K. SWllan
a la., frap's, I'lU-hamt, an ivsrr IWUIa.
tvnYk i. ?hi 0,''wa'ln of K.(t BoardDdStnp
IW orli lH.ar lnuimd.lB.Ui. (IKKTItiiVkM la tauwu
u" ,l!T'.''. ,rl0S ' "t''n. Ulcih Inolndna a
ifHusio Ilis.k.Uriiaii M..iieU,:hoic Muw.Jo.wi iir
ypiuikedaud ,l.,i.,,,d ,,,, i,V,'0',u'Val
!lnaioii, Now Jura, U Only lalKMni. "
iTKII.Hsi.-Tbab.rnn are Nt, I'aah. lb-inlltanpai
mar ho made l.y lUnlc llrali , I'iMt 1)111' t. Muuui U.
der, Ib-RiHUirud iMUir or Kipnwa, prnpaid.
iei l u Anja..'ii niAi,-n,ii,.,r u , .
. i"" '--' . i.'v r.n la warrant
ed lut ux ywua. buippod ,m ouo ywu'a Wiai
FACTO If Y.-!rt!wrlUi'msrt Avn. and nltyR.,
WauliiiiiiU.n. N"W Juri,y. Ijirui ,.l in tlia world. ll,.u.
nuiij ilny mill liihl to fill nil oid ua poiui-li.
To "Whom it May Concern.
tftf 1 1, a lloctliovrn Oman, after rme year's cnn
slant imh, d.a not give you irliwl anti,l.,ul.:i n in
vry particular, aud la in any way not aarxprmt niad
in Una advertiaeiiient, 1 hereby hind niysell totalis il
back and refund you jour money paid in currnntfuids.
wilh lexal InUirmt ol lw Ju,-y, (m.t per cent 1 I
lurllier aiftMi bi pay fieud.t ihiiiie s on tlieieatru.
ineiit la.lli waya, lln. nioiii-y to be niliiiidl immnlnttH.
ly upon reutipt nf I lie fi.nrumeht at "rVat.ii' sb.n,
New.leriK!). 1 lurllier m-ree. il remits! ei I. loexelnnart
itlnraiiv otlitr otan or tuxm, .shIh.i.ii in iov hula.
h'Kue. Vci truly jouu,
HOW TO OltDl'IC-Kncloaed Ond money for
ilwlhovon Oriian. 1 have read your sbitemontln re-
itard to It in thil advnrtiatunent, and I order one oo
condition that it must prove exactly aa represented in
every particular, or I shall return il at the end of ona
year's irne and demand the return of my money, with
inbiriwt from tho very niomcut I forward it, at six per
cent,, aeeording b. your offer. He vrry rartimlar to
oive vimr Artnc, 'osf ( '"ice, Counfi, fc'lofc, Vrtioht
.'Vfiifien, and en uuif lUilrixiif.
tmtrinireto rtmil by lUink Wnt, rmlOfU-c
Hunt v Order, lit uinU rtd Letter or lUirti Ti pui J.
- r is binilnl and will not l.n ""iMuib'it, if yon have ni,
nay you to borrow a part fro"' your Inends, and tliua
ciin be elti.rtd, at a leue pnte than any oriliuary organ
WASHINGTON. NEW JERSEY,
min,..nl M...unm..ti I .... ,l:..-u..-
Has always been one ofthomo-'t luiportan,
weiipons wieldert by the medical faculty
nirainr r the encroach ments of Ci uihs, Colds.
Uronchitis, Astluiiii, tSore Tliroai. Consiimp
tiiiiiiri Its hiclplenl and advanced stupes, ana
and Dkalkks Kvkiyviikrk
Sittflte -Vo, ISO rti.
No. 2 (New Scries) Contains
I'd be n lliittertlv
Oli.f.entle Hir.K '1'eni.r Sour- . Bennett.
I'he Hustic I.civcs Duet Williams.
'i'lu- (. Ii.ipel l-'ein. or mix. voices.. Kreuli-r.
Three. I' i-ln-rs quart, t Mullah.
Sparkling Ib- inlv Wallz Ilarker.
I'icturc - arils Uluctle I'.elin as.
It.... acein March Kour Ilumls .. Dresskr.
Chiiinni; Hells 1'i.llin Haphiu lnn.
on receipt of m., or four months for ,'i.on.
NEW AUVBHTISli M KNTS.
" lie Ii uiKof t ho TI 1 1 v Is the brain; the
stomach us tnalu support ; the ner.es Its niessen
I!, rs; the t.owels, the kldei ys and the p.irca its
safeguards. Indigestion crnatus a violcut revolt
ainoim lliede attaches ol the refill ori;an, and to
hrlii tnem hack to thetr tint v, there is nothlnnllao
thu reirulatlni!, purlfyln, Inviuiraiiiiir, coolliistop.
eratlon of Taiiiunt's Sk. .tku Aim'Kiurnt. It roll
ovules the system anil restores to hea th both tho
bo !y nnd the mind
SOLI) BY ALL OUl CHilS
rOold Hand Chlua
Tea Sets In
close sunup for
Y(llIT(i WVN Il'you want to learn Teleirra.
"O i'l I ill ,hv In a Tew mi.nths, and b
certain of u sltiiatlou, address Valentitio llmthers,
In VAl'OII A'l'OHH,
,1.1'STlt A "'Kit CAT M.ihiU K
FHK K. AM Kit. M'K'i. I'll..
(Jliila., nil. ra the surivt mennsof making nvulur m n(liiy
.r..iiisin.iii uivnMiiicnisi.t smi.if iiiji.r inxmilinlluirla
l.n.'h UHimlasr nets the Is ni-rlt ..f o,ml.uieTiii.iiitl of the
Club, lilt, i lslr cent, dividend r Hi I v- li-
lsirtsof niH-rntiousseiil ca. h iiu nils r. SlmnM tiOich,
rcdiv m ible, iioiut-kcsMihlc, UmisfeniMe, A relinl.le iit-n-ss.n.l..it
wnulisl In every ti.wn. (siss-lnl iniliii Miiieura,
ISvi.lanan.ry Cireiilar sent Tpv. Ail.ln -s It. K. lva.XL.AJJ,
C0., lT7i l-UljliiolluSL.CllllJAtiO, lUU
i STOPPED FREE
PR. KLINE'8 GREAT
." .,1 UiMi.i aaoNauva
Dai-irs. Uniy .! a ei k nis Naavi Arra.l-
rioa.,Frr9,Krii.r.i'Hr,uti.INKAI.I.lUI,K If tak.'B
ilira,.lil. A1r,iW Sr.l.lrru'i mm. Trsat.ta Al
t'l (rial buttle fi-av to Ir'it Cai,lhsy .ayiusKiraas
iiliars;oann Im.s.wIisii rnaaivwl, hanit naman.P.O.aait
vpr.,as ail.lrs.a of alHiftsil tn llu kl.INt 11.11 Aro
.Sl.,Phil't -" MS Hie. 7i.. flf,i ,it nf V,i,li.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS ttll
Wood, and willconipletaly oliana-a th blood In I hs an
tlrn systnrn I n Ihraa mnn t n a. A ny jMrsnn nho will tak
1 pllleaeh nurht (loin 1 to lawmkamay M nwo
to sound hsalth.lf auch a thina bApmaihl. Hulrl v-
Srywhura, or aunt by mall bar Irllar mr I. N.
0UM!0M A Co., Boatea, Mass., loruerly tlaimor, Ma.
--JJ-ir'-f- -aiamfi i- -
m i os