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Mrs. Wall's Cane.
There boo been tiuthing of so much in
tercut todrainsitie circle for a long time,
eays a New York correspondent, us the
cast) of Mrs. Wall, who recently shot ber
hiiskirid in a little village on Long Island.
I remember her us a character In the
"Shauhran," and the recollection of
her pretty face and figure was in atroug
coutraist with the grief-Htricken woman
I flaw the other day. She could hardly
walk from her carriage into the coroner's
ollico, and when alio related the Btory of
tho shooting she nobbed coirvulsively.
She had the sympathy of her hearers,
knd a feeling of relief was apparent
when tiro favorable verdict of accidental
hooting was brought in. liut a.s her
case hits not been disponed of by tho of
ficial on Long Island, she is still retain
ed as a prisoner in the Kayniond street
jail, in Brooklyn. Tho moral may be
drawn from the story that tho tragedy
has brought to light tho infelicities of
tho young lawyer and his vivacious, im
pulsive wife, that actresses should marry
in their profession. It is equally true
that a young man gets on dangerous
ground when he allows himself to be
coinu infatuated with a woman on the
stage and takes her from it to marry her
not that an actress may not make a
devoted wife, but the restrictions of do
mestic life are apt to make her unhappy,
and the husband also sutlers as a matter
of course. There are soma stories cur
rent that Mrs. Wall, or Lizzie McCall
as alio was known on the sta-e, has a
violent temier, and that sho once made
an assault upon Mr. Rice, when under
his management Rut her conduct since
the shooting has left little doubt in most
minds of her innocence of criminal intent
Ladies who do fancy work don't fdiry
West Virginia makei 21 per cent of
all tho nails in tho United States.
Florida's population increases about
14.000 a year.
A child with two feel on tho top of its
head lias just been lorn at Elkhart, Ind.
Tho mother is only fourteen years old.
Certain Potomac fishi riucn pronohe to
give up seine-hauling, and to kill their
fish w ith the aid of a torpedo boat
The dead found in tho Thames last
year were M3, and most of theru were
Waltham is the largest town in Mass
achusetts, since Brockton and Maiden
Fredericksburg, Va., allowed the cen
tennial of its incorporation to pass un
noticed. Little Reginald (to his new friend, tho
village blacksmith): 'There's Aunt
Ellen, Williams, Let's crossover. She'll
kiss u.s, you know. She always does."
"It is not right to spoil a golden wed
ding," wan tho grouud on w hich a Mis
souri judge recently refused a divorce in
a ease where the parties had lived to
gether forty-nino years.
It takes but thirteen minutes to load
an elephant on a railroad train, while it
takes twenty for any sort of woman to
kiss her friends good-byo and loso the
check for her trunk.
At a German ball: Lieutenant "Did
you not tell nie that your father had an
estato in Silesia?" Voting lady "Yes.
and two in Pomerania." Lieutenant
"And can you still doubt my love?"
A three-legged calf is an attraction at
Newconierstown, O. It is about 12
mouths old, is sound in every other par
ticular, but only has ono fore-leg, which
is located in tho center of the breast.
A young man to an old man, who had
treated him in a fashion more than cav
alier: "I'd give half my fortune to have
you my own age!" -"Eh? You would?
Well, I'd give all mino for it!"
The Australian colonics may safely be
called the richest in the world. Among
their possessions are 80,000,000 sheep,
while the total populutiou of the conti
..tejieut is only 3,000,000.
The meanest man on record sent
through a postoflico presided over by a
woman a postal-card, on which was
written: "Dear Jack: Here's the details
of that scandal." And then the rest was
Qualifying the negative: Mrs. Smith
(emphatically) "i'oor Mrs. Siren! They
feay that sho has been ordered to a
warmer climate. Do you think sho will
go?'' Mrs. Brown (grimly) "No, not
whilo sho lives."
Two twins horn in Kentucky only four
minutes apart will date their birthdays
n different years. Ono was born at two
minutes to 12, December U, 1881 , and
the other two minutes after V2, January
Aftor our English cousins have suc
ceeded (if they ever do) in passing their
littlo parliamentary bill to enable a man
, to marry his wife's sister, perhaps they
had better try and pass another bill en
abling a man to live in the same house
with Tils wife's mother.
Gov. Ortiz, of Sonora, Mexico, has as
sisted sheriffs from Arizona tothooxtent
of his ability to capture all fugitivo
crimiuivls from tho United States. The
governor is determined not to allow his
province to become a safe retreat for
A tramp umbrella-maker was found
- asleep on tho street, iu Athens, Ga., a
fow nights ago. Ho had a Rpring mat
tress mado of the ribs of old umbrellas
spread upon the grouud. His sheets
woro covers stripped from thorn; whilo
he usod a parasol to break tho wind uml
r shelter his face. , , ,
A man in Shasta' county, California,
owns a cow that is believed to bo a cross
between cow anJ door. Sho 1b of small
etaturo, with head, noao, legs, and foot
greatly resembling a door. She is f
famous milker, ana from the cream she
yields, nlno pounds of butter aro made
The price of board at Harvard Me
morial hall, Cambridge,, Mass., has
tinally been ,et at $4.25 per week, the
steward having consented to the vote of
the directors by which ho is compelled
to keep the board at that price. on pain
of a forfeiture of $100 a month from his
salary for each month the board exceeds
A learned Chinese physician, who has
traveled much und studied iu Europe,
expresses his surprise that medicine is
regarded as a reputable profession. In
China it seems the better classes regard
it as humbug and superstition. Posti
bly Americaus do not speak so frankly
on the subject that ho knows what they
There js a pleasant story In Harper's
for April about the late Rev. IJr. Bel
lows. Ho was invited to seo the opera
of "Don Juan," with the assurance that,
while some supposed it to be immoral,
itwasipiite the reverse. ..The Doctor
accepted, cnioyed an admirable per
formance, ami on retiring thanked his
host for the delight he had hecu afforded
to enjoy a sermon iu live acts.
It is said that more success has been
achieved in converting tho Chinese to
Christianity in Salt
city in the country. The cause lies, ac
cording to tho conductor of tho work, in
the use of stirring Methodist hymns.
Little is done in the meetings except to
sing. The music, so unlike his own.en
raptures the Chinaman, und after that
tho conversion is easy.
A Mexican correspondent says the
nkill of the natives in making little fig
ures in clay is astonishing. They are by
iiaturo artists and sculptors. They will
produce your own portrait for you in
I tottery, or cloth, or wax a bust or a
as relirf-with ft fidelity which is re
markable. To "see yourself as others
see you," you have but to say to one of
llieso Indians that you desire your
"counterfeit presentment, " and ho will
produce it in a stylo which, if not Hal
tering, will at least be faithful.
The credit of discovering anew meth
od of raising the wind belongs to a young
man of Louisville, w ho earned it neat
amount of poeket money by exchanging
his mother's pet mocking bird for one
whose death had carrieu desolation to
the heart of a saloon-keeper, even as "ts
melodious lays had brought him many a
customer in the happy past The giiod
lady was overwhelmed with grief, 'and
buried the dead songster with all tljo
honors,, her scapegrace son being a con
The Postmaster General of England
said in the House of Commons recently,
that the female telegraphists and clerks
cmphned by the I'ostollice had given
general satisfaction. So much was that
the ease that tho employment of women
had Im.'cii gradually and steadily extend
ed. Any claims that they had to pro
motion would be carefully considered,
and be could readily give an assurance
that he would lose no opportunity of ex
tending the employ nientof women when
ever it could be done with advantage to
the public service.
Twelve boxes of young monkeys ar
rived at New York recently. They" went
seasick all the way over"; howled and
coughed like babies. Among them were
two "holy monkeys" worshiped by cer
tain African tribes. They- the "mon
keys, not the trilies -aro covered with
lng, soft, white hafr. The importer
Raid there weren't monkeys enough in
this country to supply the demand.
They die of coiimi nipt ion at the rate of
five hundred annually.
A writer in a European paper gives
the following enthusiastic description of
(Jen. SkobelcH': "When I met him in St
Petersburg he was young and handsome
as indeed, he is still. Ho had a mas
culine and yet feminine beauty which
neither time, not fierce struggles, nor
work, nor ambition has impaired. They
have, indeed, relined it Though he was
only an officer, with his spurs rtill un
won, ho attracted the respect of men
and the love of women. There was
something luminous and dramatic on
his brow whfch seemed to mark him as
one who was to dogreutdeeds. Jtcneath
the dandy you should see tho horo." '
Dogs as Drunkards.
The fact that even dogs aro inclined
to intemperance is unknown to many
who hold them in high estimation hut
such is the fact, especially bull and spitz
dogs. Mr. Sam Wymiin, w ho keeps tho
saloon on Ninth and Market, owns a
large bull-dog who is a confirmed drunk
ard. He has gotten so addicted to
drinking that he resorts to all sorts of
means to get beer, and sometimes shows
great cunning in getting a drink of his
favorite beverage. The fact had beeoine
generally known, and yesterday several
gentlemen determined to watch him.
Every morning Mr. Wynian sets his
emptied beer-kegs out on the sidewalk
for tho collector, and leaves tho bung
out, there being always more or, less beer
in tho bottom of cadi keg. As soon as
the kegs were set down and the proprie
tor gone inside tho saloon fho dog ap
proached from his post of observation,
and after smelling the kegs with tho air
of a connoisseur, selected tho one which
ho seemed to think contained tho most
beer, and putting oneof his paws against
it pushed the keg over. Ho then pro
ceeded to push tho keg until it got
close to the edge of tho curbstone, and,
turning the bung down, got out into the
Ktrect, and as the beer rati out eagerly
lapped it, up, This process was repeat
ed until every keg had been drained,
and after licking the edges of tliii kegs
tho dog trotted off, evidently not having
gotten enough. This process the dog
repeats every day, and sometimes more
beer Is left in the kes for his benefit,
and he gets beastly (Trunk. ' Drinking,
however seems to agree with him, as he
is very fat and sleepy-looking.
This instance brings to mind another
caso of a dog in Indianapolis which
was very much addicted to drinking.
Tho dog was known as "Old Jack," and
was considered a member of tho liro de
partment, as he always stayed at the engine-house,
and went to every lire, ri
ding on tho front of tlto engine. Next
to tho engine-house was a saloon, wlutro
ho used to get beer in tho same manner
as the dog in this city, and also used to
get drunk. About a year ago ho went
out ono day, and thcro happened to bn
moro beer than usual in tlie kegs, and
he accordingly got drunk. While ho
was drinking an alarm was turned iu
and tho. engine passed him. lie at
tempted to jump on tho soat In front,
but was too drunk, and falling beneath
tho wheels, was crushed to death.
Louiivillo Coumr-Jvurnat. ..' ,
CAIRO BULLETIN; FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL
What Alls You?
Unless the food in properly prepared in
the btouiach it becomes corrupt itDd poisons
the system it Is intended to nourish. Dys
pepsia and its accompaniments are .bad
breath, headache, constipation, piles, bilious
ness and depression of spirits. Sufferers
with dyspepsia experience a rapid and per
manent cure by the use of Simmons Liver
Regulator. It is purely vegetable and
pleasant to the taste. A half-tablespoonful
of the Regulator, taken after eating, ensures
' Pasbion Notes.
Gulpuro lace is revived.
Sicilienne is the stylish material for
' Willow-leaf green is a very light yel
lowish shade of olive.
Siushes are so wide and long that no
other-skirt drapery is needed.
Embroidered apron overdresses, high
ly draped, are in great vogue with the
Tho stylish blue shades aro electric,
porcelain, soldier and sapphire blue.
Peacock blue is discarded.
Shining rows of gold, silver, or bronze
snail-shells u re seen upon the brims of
new French bonnets and hats.
For plain walking and traveling suits,
grayish-blue goods, with red or brick
red satin cordings, aro very becoming,
ami much preferable to the old-fashioned
shades, such as garnet or wino color.
Ribbons play an important part in tho
entire costume this Spring, no dress be
ing finished without its large, loosely
knotted bows with broad, short ends, or
long loops of ribbon with long ends in
hip drapery at tho hack or side.
Dress skirts are surely growing fuller
and wider, and this decided tendency to
bouffant styles has, as history plainly
shows, been almost invariably the fore
runner of crinoline, and crinoline wo
are to have, unless scores of manufac
turers, who have summoned their hith
erto idle forces and begun tho work
anew of making hooji-skirts, have listen
ed to a delusive rumor from over tho
The coining bonnet is small and dain
ty enough for (Juecii Titiana. It is1
made of shirred mull in delicate tints
white, lavender nnd ecru with lace
strings and knots of flowers. In the
same shape conies tho Manila and Dun
stable straws with a twisted trimming
of velvet or surah, with strings of the
same. The ties on the new bonnets are
short and not intended to be worn in a
bow, but crossed over, only.
A new wrap called tho "Worth visito"
is finding great favor, and is made in
silk, brocaded satin, surah, crap d'ete,
and cashmere. Those of cashmere ami
other woolen textures are trimmed with
fringe with jet intermixtures, and thoso
of silk or satin are elaborately trimmed
with wide lace rullles or chenille fringes
headed by elegant bands of beaded ap
plique work iu tine floral or arabesque
The largo Gainsborough, Sir Joshua
Reynolds, Jaipies Collet, and other mon
ster hats of last season, will be quite as
fashionably worn during the coining
warm months as they have been in the
past, In shape the new styles follow
the old very closely, showing the brims
rolled up here and crushed in there, iu
properly airy and picturesque manner
of hats of this kind. These immense
head coverings are to bo literally
smothered with ostrich lips and sprays
Short "levites" are to bo much worn
by young ladies. They consist of a
short man's, coat, with a small standing
collar, and are quite different from En
lish jackets, which are more like the
"veston." The Dorsey levite, with a
full skirt, is very stylish; it is dillicult
to make and still moro dillicult to .wear,
and will consequently retain its cachet
and not become common. This gar
ment closes at the waist by means of
two but Ions, showing underneath a vest
of satin, or moire.
A Very Acstbetio Bride.
The tisthelic worship of lilies and
sun (low ers is being carried to extremes.
It is no longer considered in delicate
taste to wear undergarments made al
most wholly of hico held together by
bands of insertion as hitherto. The
most elegant bridal outfits aro notice
able for exquisite fineness of material
combined with plainness. Well, a re
cent bride wore a chemise of that sort;
but on tho bosom of it, covered by her
bodice, were two real, live suuflowcrs,
sewed on tho vhito material. Mustn't
she have looked funny to tho new hus
band? Clara IkUn in Cincinnati Jin
Next to an offeiiiinato man, there is
nothing so disagreeable as a mannish
woman. Churks I hulk y Warner.
It is the Height ok Folly to wait un
til you are iu bed with disease you may
get over for months,' when you can ho
cured during the caul y symptoms by Park
er's Ginger Tunic. Wo have known tho
sickest families mado the healthiest by a
timely use of this pure medicine. Ob
server. That hacking cough can bo bo quickly
cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it
Paul 0. Schuh, Agent. 1
On Thirty Day's Trial.
Wo will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Elec-tro-Voltaic
Belts und other Electric Appli
ances on trial for at) days to young men
and other persons alllicted with Nervous
Debility, Lost Vitality, etc., guaranteeing
speedy relief and complete restoration of
vigor and manhood. AIbo for Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, Rupture, and many other
diseases. Illustarled pamphlets sent free
Address Voltaic Belt.Co.. Marshall, Mich,
Will you hukkkh wtfh Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vitamer's
guaranteed to cure you. Puul G. Hchuh,
Go to Puul G. Schuh Tor Mrs. Freeman's
Now National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color aro unequalod. Color
from 3 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Trice 15 cents.
Bi.kki'lkss mo iits mado miserable by
that tetriblo cough. Shiloh's Cure Is the
remedy for you. raulGLBchuh, Agent. 8
For lame back, aide or chest, use ShllohV
Porom Plaster; Trice 25 cents. TaulG
Schuh, Agent. 5
Allen's Itrnin Vtvu nonilivelv rnr nnrv.
i j - -
ousncss, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 5 for :5. All
uruggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy. 815 First Ave.. N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Shii-oii's Coucin and Consumption Cure
ig sold by us on a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 0
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, ifcc, I
will send a recinu that will cure vou. free
of charge. This great remedy wasdiscov-
ered by a missionary in South America.
Send a self add reared envelone tr the Ucv
Joseph T. Inman, Station D, New York
Catauhh ouued, health and sweet breath
secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price
25 cents. Nasal Injector free. Paul G.
Hchuh, Agent. 4
Shiloh's Vitalizkk Is what you need for
Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness
and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10
and 75 cents per bottle. J'uul G. Schuh,
Citoup, Wnooj-iNO Cough and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 8
A Cough. Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. Neglect frequcntl re
suits in an Incurable Lung disease or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 25 cents a
Indian Blood Syrup.
Dvsppppls, Uver bls
eHSes. Fever anif Aioie
Heart Disease, liilinnn
nobs, Nervous Debility
THE ISEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN!
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
Thin Svrup poft-ea varied properties : It glim-nlnk-i
tho ptyallne in the Kallva, which converts
tlni Bturch and mgat of tho food into bIiicoho. A
deHciency in ptyaiino catiooi wind and aoiiriiic of
tho food In the atoniacli. If the modlcln j! mmh
nunediatelv after eatuiR, the fermentation ol lord
Is prevented. '
It acU ujion tbe Liver.)
It art upon tlio Kidneys,
It Bcgulatos the Dowels,
It rarities tho Klood.
It yulets the Nervons System.
It Promotes Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strengthens anil Invigorates,
It rarriwoff the Old Klood and makes New,
K Opens the Tores of the Skin and Iwlure.s
It neutralizes tho he reditaiy taint, or polnon In
tho Mood, which p-neraie Scrofula, KrvKipelan,
and all manner of Kkln Dineafes and inturiml hu
mor. Thore aro no ppirlls employed in Hh manufacture
and It tan lie takeu by the moet delicate hubu, or by
the aged and feeble, caro only belup, required Iu at
Galva, Uoury County, Ilia.
I was nufTerlDit from Sirk lluadacho and Dizzi
ness to that I could not attend to my household du
ties, and a short trial of Or. ( lark Johnson's Indi
an Blood Syr up effectually cured 'no.
WHS HKLtCN ELKINS.
Watermiiu Station, DoKalli Co., 1Mb.
This Is to certify that I)r Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Syrup has cured mo of 1'aln In the Hack. It
Is valuable medicine. MKS WOOD.
Centra Hill, Whilo Co., Ark.
This Ii to certify that 1 was alllicted with I'lilpi
tatlon of Iho Ueart for many years I tried diil'ur
ent doctors, whoso prescriptions tended moro to
weaken mo than they did to streiiKthnn. 1 a I net
rea ,lved to try Dr. ('lurk Johnson's Indian Ulood
Syinp, which provoil to bo a posltlvo euro not on
ly curlnK the Heart Dlxease, hut also a Hick llead
ach which had been troubling me.
MKS MAKY A. NKAL.
I was afflicted with Uriir Complaint and Dyspcp
slaaud failed to net relief, althonh using modi
fines from our best doctors. I coiumeuced uslni!
Dr. Johnson's Indian Ulood Kyrnp.andasliort trial
cured mo. T. W. HISINU, Moliuo, HI.
This rorUflei that Dr. Clurk Johnson's Indian
IHood Hyrup has cllcclually curnd mo of Dyspepsia.
Too much canuot bo said In prnlso or It.
W. B.WIMJIICK, llodford, Mo.
Auonts wanted for Iho sale of the Indian." llloud
Byrun in every town or villain, In which 1 have uo
agoni. rnrticulara Riven oii application.
DKUOOISTH BELL IT.
UliratoryTT WestDd st., N.Y. City.
8tat or Illinois, ) In tho Alcnniler
sd. county circuit court,
Ai.kiaNIiku C'oenTV, J May term, A. I). lMtU.
John Ilishop - plain II II.
W. II. Jameson and F. II . Bmlih, ilrm of Smith A
, Junumotl-dotondauts, In attachment.
Notlco Is hereby glveu that a suit by attachment
has been commenced In said court In favor of the
above named pluintlll', niilsst tho estate of said
defendants, lor the smiur two hundred mid ttfly
ono V..VIUO dollars. Now, tliurelore, unless said
defendanta shall appear on the Hist day of tho next
term orald court, to be holdeii ai the court house
Iu Cairo, on tho eliilitb day or May, A. U. ItsSJ, nnd
give bail aud plead hi reoiilred by law, Jiiunmotit
will be eutorud acumat them, and the estate su-at-We'""!
tf. , AI.KX, U, 1KV1N, Cloili,
Cairo, Illinois, April III, IKh-J
Wai.t Waiwkii, l'lalutills attorney.
LOSt MANHOOD RESTORED.
A Tlntim of vonUifrU imprudeno camlne; rrema
Inn Decay, Nervuna DeMUty, Lout ManhoH, t4
saving trlod In valu yry kuown remedy, nasi iU
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27 Stops, 10 Sets Reeds. $90
tI.L-ii ronuK. IJ.hiK 7 M ll', Vliif or F.lHiniwsi
iww, 50etiv.,MiiU Vis I'lniiv.l'priirlit lli-IVnrH,Htm4
H.ririKH, NiniiSi.ni;b.ri k,a (, hnn- llntvlli-s and
1 Mlintlll M((lw. hili-Kanver liaio n nmiitli
ii.-in.ni;l in. iiyiPliiK. ( -I'eUii-yVworloiiu U sod
i.yjaiuiiMrfsjirw I li'hlaiit R1;T to mi onl, m
i'ui-sliere. SliMil. Itn.il,. A .,lw
, ; .-.r,..lrt-ir. ,,. i.iH i',, nellllliK rail Imf.iln-r
i oiiii- liiiili'Miiiiliii'lli,- hmlriinienl. U.niT V ( ilv
Kir liiy or 4'hi-ii'iiMrM. I i i n. ,!ln . in. or 1 n. ii,'
(r..n-, i j. uri..ii only iJ .. .Ijmvq WiL.liiiiKtnn at I or
in. iirr.i inrroiN. V.ni fliliiDiO,,. iii. kiiiiKliiyf,ir
r.ilil.-.n.iirlii.iii.i). Hl.lllin.liJ. rllfi.Jk.t.iM.Vi-' mr
"Iimily a V. viin Inn K.'W.'I In ul.ii',"ia-Millonl (o iiy
M'II;j-m II i i l.ii.n foiiiniinvwiiy, you aru wclo,,,,,:,
1 nvCniii h lilllil'i.llii'iill(U,tiiiilnievu trnl.
tl'i'Onniim.u.f M. ii. I'lunoliirt.n tljti U IMI.
Nnilfnllll.,.inii.-.l ( ainluvu,- iron, tildn-i or cull upon
iMEL F. BEATTY, WasUni'ton, Now Jurstf
WOKTII SENDING FOR.
DrJ. H.SCUENl U.ol I'hdadclphia. has Juni pul,.
Imbed a book ou "li'-i",".' !,'!.. iiiiius ami how
theycau hu cun-d," which In oll'ered free, postpaid
lo all HppllenntH. II CDiilnina vhIiiuIiIa Infoi million
for u who PiippoFe tliemselvvs ulllicUd with, or
liable lo. any distimes of (lio throator liini;s. Ad
ilreM Hit. ,1. II. Si'llKNCK A. SUN, (Kjn Arch
street, rliiladelphla. I', . IIox Ml.
plJ IVIM(OVKI) ItOOT I1KICU. i!MI
L i'iii-rnmi uiarti-n o nuitlin ui n
clone, iioU-Hinnc, HpuikliMj Innprrimru bv
ii AwL vim r- l sinmiui l I... ,iit f..
' hKiri, wi n (i a. mj iiinii itir in,
0. Ii. HIKES. IH .x.lKla. Ave., rhlliidtt.
tO ID, MEDAL AWAROED
Hi.. A nlbiir. A ii..w anil vreiit MmT.
U-iU Work.wniTsiiUMt lliu IhihI ami
chninst, inilisiwunal.ln In (v..rji
ma ti.i'iititlvtl "tliiiHuiuMriiiil j..
or,H,.ll I'miwrrnliMn " li.i.in.l m
HriHSt Kn.iirb niniilm,,iiiili.iwMs1,
full irtlL IhMlnn.iwinljk.i.u I .I..I
sl.H.I nirritviiiiM, I'jfi priwrip
tiiins, pries only Wi lli tuiut by
mail ; llluMlrnUnl nnni.lv. l .-onl a ;
"nil nnw.A.lilri'M 1'iwIkmIj M.l
ril liislitnt'inr lr. W. II. I'AK-
H It. Nu 4 llulllucliaU lieslvo.
I C E.
Hnvhis; a liii'oe stork of iiiatruinrntH
mi liiiinl, ami ln'Inir aliuiit to iilact some
imv stylos mion the market, wc pro
liosc, to ofl'ci' the liuhint'o (if our lu'cscut
stork of low-iu ircil Oifrans at a cousid
craWn loiiiii'tioii FOR CASH until
Inhalers about iiUTcliiuiiitf fur Siiinff
Tradi will tlo ncll to write us for
(Mio. Woods & co.
C'Jljl'er week run be made In tin y locality.
V'MFSoinoliiiiiir entirely new for a;:''iita. H on t lit
free. U. W. 1NUUAI1AM Jk CO., iloston,
tunycr, iliichii, M.m-
iirimc, MilliiiKin, anil
many of Ilia bcl llieitl
cltiei known ara coin
liiiird in I'.irkcr'aGlnQei
'J'onii:, lino a medicine
oI'micIi varied powers, a
to make It tha Ra-iueil
litnoi I'ur lierniid Ilia
Itestorvr t'.w IismI
It curei KhcunutUm,
Slreplcwnna, ft diteaoiui
ottlio Miimach, liowels
Lungs, I.lvcr iSt Kidneys,
ft Is entirclr di Ifcrrnt (hun
Hitters, Ciiiuer KsaenoM.
nnd oihirr l'onlcs, as It
Ml KmnvmVsl Hair itam.
Ins, Nrvur flla to rvit., Uhi
sjMuuUinil ivlur to sr.jr lulr. .
SAViet liiiyt IWIsr tin.
N 0 T
annum Vott-pulrt. Slnytg ffot, BO ct.
No. 2 (New Scries) Contains
I'd he a Itulterllv Soin? Ilichards. X it
Oil, (initio Hird Tenor Song Hennett. 40
1 lie nimic Leaves uuet ..vt ilimms.
The Chanel Hum. or mix. voice. Kreulzer.
Three Hithers Quartet Mullah.
Spnrklinif Ilentitv Wait Harker.
1'icturo Curds Dinette Mehreas.
Iloccaccio March Hour Hands ...Dressier.
Chiming Hells I'plka,., KitphaeUon,
OF ST. LOUIS, MO.
Which were totally destroyed by Ira on May
aud September i!l, 1H1,
Orders arc solicited for
Strictly Pure Wliito Lead and Red Lead,
ColiM'rcsst'd aud Puio Diirk Castor
Oil, Raw and Double Iloilud
YOlINfl 1IFN lyo want to learn Teli'Rra.
. I . ljA1 In ft'w mouths, and bo
certain or a slluatlon, address Vuleutlno Urolhura.
A DVKUTISKHS! send for our Hrivvt 1,1st or l,o-
Hulbcrt Bros. Wholesale Price List.
U'iano, 7 oct., smiare, rosewood, catved,
'raOo $i:,fl 00
7 Piano, upr. 7'4 oct., cabinet trrniid 174 0U
13 Oruu, sets reeds, !l slops ,t grand orRiia 59 00
UH " fi sets reeds, 1:1 stops, coupler, stili-haiis 73 00
Our I'ianos and Orans warranted flrst-clasn.
2 Vlolluontllt, bin how, strings, cnuipleto. ... 3 00
3 " crcnioutt model, extra flnu. oi)
4 Accordcon, I) keys, busi box, Ouolono 1 00
" 10 " 1 lop, !isclsreds, pcrfocta OU
7 Mouth Oruans, Vienna ewncert, 21 hole's to
" " Oeiiulno Iilchtcr. 10 holes, (1.8. 'U
11 " " concert doulilo H holes " 109
1 1 Clarionet, genuine Martin, 0 keys, boxwood 5 00
17 Kire, Iu ebony, (lernian silver rorulea., RO
In Music hox, I tune, crank, Hue 1 io
1!) " 8 tunes,, wind wllh levor, Iar?e35 00
ill Violoncello, piilent, iiiuclilne head, ootl . . 10 00
Double Ilnss, patuut head, 3 or i Blrlii(!i.'. 23 oo
21 Uullar, maplu, mnclilno head, flue flnlsh.. 4 (Id
S7 llanjo, HI Inch, 1 brass brackets , 2 00
liH Comet, brans corupooon style caao Acrooks 0
So Drum, brass, Prussian, Ornamented
Gold violin, Kiiltur aud banjo strings 'II. Broi.' 15
Silver " " " " j
Steel " " i i. it j
(lilt, Hiissliui.licrinau or 1 1 ill inn, best quality . 15
Instruction Hooks, Howe's or Winners, any ,
Ilavliiujiiat mndoBKOod triulo for loo SluRer
SewliiB MiKhlnes, will soil them tot fJ6 each whtla
Money Is quite safe In common letter If plainly
Ternm strktly cash with order. Will tuko
Amenta and dealers send for our -10 page Catalogue
Ou above tint wholesale pulces agents can maka
Km per cent prollt, v
Call on us when you come lost. Louis.
Kc rcrvncei : Anvbank or wholesalo hours la
Utilliert tiros, la the only Qeueral Wholesale
Music House In (It. Louis. '
i Olive Street, Halnt Louis, Mo.
Mate of Illinois,
la the AUxttudor Conn
s. ty Circuit court, May
Alexander coiiiily. ) Term A. I). Ittni.
APxtimler tlolilsmllli, Iko W. Klaw and Charles
Hcheucr, nrinorOoldsmtth.Klaw & Co. l'lalut
Strauss Jt Co. Defendants,
Notlcn Is horeby nlveii thai. suit by attaclimen
has been commenced In said curt In favor of tho
alioy.i numed plalutlll's acuiust the estate f said
defendants for Iho sum 01 three hundred and nine
lytlvv dollars. Mow, therefore, unless said de
fendants shnll apiN iir ou the llrstUay of the next
term of said court, to be holilnu at thn court house
In Cairo, ou the nth day or May. A . 1). lfcH'J aud
Itlve bail and ploan a required by law, Judgment,
will be entered aulii! them and the imtatu so
tin bed sold. ALKX. II. IKVIN, Clerk.
Cairo, Illinois. Murrh !Hst, 1KNU.
IJiikkn ,t Oii.iiKiir, rintntlll's Attorneys.
-0 1 row I o-
lly J. W. llVKlu
The new, llirllllii'( and authentic- history of thn
lives nhd wouderl'ul adveutitrei of Auierlva'a grout
Tho YOUNGKlt 1JHOTI1ERS,
Flt.VNlCaud JESSB JAMES,
And their bands of hlly aymen, dowa to the prea
ent moment, IncliiiMmTIeatti of .lusso Juniss and
all the Into slHlllliiit and thrillliiM diiTelopiuonts.
Ktfty lllustratloim and portrait, aiiiona which ara
Jesse .lames after hu was shot, and 1'J On colored
I'lales. luturvlewa and letters from Colt Voongor,
the brcakluK up of the hand and revelations of
sliirtlltuseo.n-ls. The lllack Kla, tha terrible)
"Hlack Oath," and hundred of other Rstoninhlna;
facts. Most wonderful and tT.ltlii book la ealsl
once I Outsells evetlhlnul New and firstly en.
Urtfud edition ; new Illustrations ; HO pare, prlea
ft IM), AKmit CanvassliiaUiitrtUMMi. Illustrated
Circulars aad lull partlrnlara free. Aneiits don't
losfltnisirntnn opportunity I Art dress hibtK(
CAL 1'UUi.iaUllXU CO., N. itb aU ft. Lvdhs
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