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THE CAIRO BULLETIN,
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
Terms ot Subtoriptlon.
runt, or puhtaoi:
Daily ono y. ar by carrier $13 00
r cum. uiscouut or iiaiiy u paid in ad
vance. Oaily, onu yew by mall 10 (X)
i'iy,one mouin m i ix)
Weekly, one year ,. it (ll
Weuly, 0 Dioiilhf 1 ikj
If7Cluba of llveor moro for Weekly JJullutlaut
uusiime, par year.fi mi
lKVAKIAIII.r IN AUVANd.
All Comruunlcalluus should liu addressed to
The Two Old Bachelors.
Two Aid lAihi1nra U. i . . H . , I . - I . I ...
Oiir. taitg hi h miilBti. the-otlicr ciiuuht a mouse;
oaw dij wno cauirbt tUo muflln U) him who
,; " lu0 "I'lUHO,
-Tbl biiprmtH ju,t in t)0, fr Wo'vo nothing
B4V0 tiny ih;o of lomoo and a ic-tinpoonful
And what to do for dlnner-slnoo wo bavcn't
auJ what cuu we expect If we buven't any din-
But to lotto our tooth and ryolanh.ua nnd keen
Bald the one who umht Uie niousoto blm who
catiht tbo iiiuiflii,
We uiiKht cook this little ruouM If we only
owl mnnn HtuUln';
If we had but Bairn uud onion we could do ex-
bur g?t ,lumn' 11 U a,fflou't to
Tb0Bt1wi0 btt':hulore r9n qutotly to tbo
Aadank6d foru(re arid onions as they wan-
dor;d up and down,
Tboy borrowed two larifo onions, but no suro
In Uio bop or in the market ot la all tbe gut-
But arimeoo said, "A bill there Is a little to
And to lu perpendicular top a narrow way
And there among the ruggod rocks abides an
air lent ango,
Aa cariMwt man, who roada all day a most per-pli-xlnir
Climb up and unite him by the toeel all studi
ous a he sits.
And pull him down and chop him Into endless
Then mix him with your oulou, cut up likewise
When youmujilia will be ready, and very Rood
Tboio two old bncholorw, without any low of
Tbe nearly perpendicular crags at ouce began
to dim b.
And at the ujp among tho rocks, all soatod In a
Tbey saw that sage a-readlog of a most cuor
"you earnest Haire," aloud they cried," your
lxok you've read enouirh In,
M e wish to i hnp you Into blu to mako rou In
to stuffln ,
Dut that oW Hugo looked calmly up and with
his awful book,
At tbe two bachelors' bald heals a sudden
aim ho took;
Andovor rrntand precipice tlley rolled promis
At onco they roiled and never stopped, In lane
or field or town,
And when tbey reached tbelr bniic ihcy found
(be Idea luir want of muffin')
Tho mouse had Uod and prcviousJy hud eaten
up tbo mulhn.
They left their homo la silence, by tho onco
And from that hour those bachelors were nev
er beard of moro.
A Bich Girl's Bridal Chamber.
A gorgeous bridal chamber hits Just
been oin jili 'ted fur tho reception (if a
Irido who haw never known the want of
money, and by whom ono hundred dol
lars is epent with as little thought n.s
many peoplo would tender a tentfent
piece. Tho walls are covered with heavy
white satin, tufted with pold buttons,
and mirrors una interjected hero and
there. The ceiling in painted in tho most
artistic manner and tho curtains aro of
white silk, embroidered in gold and rich
coloring in floral designs. Tho curtains
are mounted on ilt polos, and, when
drawn back, disclose laen drop curtains
that cost six hundred dollars a window.
Tho iiortieros are of whito silk plush,
with dado embroidery matching the cur
tains. The furniture is treated with the
6aine material aa tho curtains, and what
little of the framework is to bo seen is
found to La heavily gilded. Brooklyn
Chills and Fever -Malaria.
"The undersigned has no hesitation in
assertini; that the judicious use of Siui
nion's Liver Regulator as a preventive and
tonic to tho system, will secure immunity
from the weakening ami dangerous effects
of malaria and will effect a cure of dulls
and fever and all malarial disorder. II.
II. Jones, Ed Macon, Oa., 'Telegraph."
Beware of imitations gotten up on the
populailty of Simmon's Liver Regulator.
Los3 of Ships.
Official records show that last year
the loss of shipping under the British
flag was S'JO.UOO.OOO; of steamships
alono 111 wero lost, aggregating 151,(XK
tons. Out of tho wholo total of lost
steamships IDS G9 stranded, 80 sunk
by collisions, 40 foundered, 7 burned, 11
aro "missing," 6 wero abandoned nt
sea, 2 sunk by ico, 1 broJ in two, and
1 was destroyed by exposure, 11 wero
loaded with grain and 23 with coal.
Total loss of life was 1,459. Tho great
est loss for one month was in October,
when Si vessels passed out of existence
Tho total loss of vessels of all classes
nnd nationalities was 2,0:50, or at the
rate of over livo per day, while tho loss
of life was four per day. From these
figures it will also bo seen that a British
steamer was lost between every second
anfl third day during tho entire year. It
will also bo noticed that while 99 British
steamers stranded, in all parts of the
world where it is reasonably euro to ns
eert that there aro dangers, and 30 wero
eunk by collisions duo to fogs, thick
weather, nnd erring in judgment, thero
wero forty which foundered, owing to
overloading, bad Ptowago, structural
weakness, breaking down of machinery,
etc, and six were abandoned at sea bc
causo they woro unseaworthy, and ono
broke in two.
Bishop Keene, of tho Catholic dioccso
of ltichniond, Va., it is stated, can no
, longer read or write, owing to tho con
dition of his eyes, and is threatened with
Aa stages aro quickly abandoned, with
tho completion of railroads, so the huge,
dra ic, cathartic pills, composed of crudo
and bulky modicinos, are quickly aban
don od with tho introduction of Dr. Piorco'a
"Blcuaant Purgativo Polletfl," whioh aro
sugar-coated, and little larger than mus
tard seeds, but composed of highly concen
trated vcjjotablo extracts. By druggists.
A Romance In Two OLaptais.
Twelve years ago, -after an American
named Wallace had got his furnlly and
traps o )(mrd an ocean steamer at
Liverpool returning to this country, ha
suddenly remembered that ho had for
Rotten to pay tho nurso-girl at the hotel.
, lllt' remained about two hours be
ore sailing, he set out for tho hotel. On
His way ho got into an altercation with
a man on tho street, which ended by tho
American'- knocking hint down. In re
venge ho accused his assailant of trying
to pick his ioeket,and hud him arreste.C
nallaco ollored one thousand dollars
or his release in order that he might
ako the steamer. Tho police didn't be
lieve his story, and, having had a tele
graphic order that morning from thu
United Status to arrest a counterfeiter,
tliey thought ho would answer every
purpose. Ho could not identify himself,
the hotel keeper saying that ho knew
nothing about him except that he went
away from tho hotel without paying the
mirso girl. Ho was therefore sentenced
and imprisoned for two years. At tho
end of that time ho learned tho rope
maker a trade, and earned enough to
come homo as an emigrant. On reach
ing this sido ho could find or hear noth
ing of his wifo. He set to work, however,
and made a small fortune, which lie
subsequently increased to a large ono
by means of a mining speculation, tliat
led hirn finally to Utah. At Salt Lake
a friend, in answer to his needs, conduct
ed him to a widow's homo, who was
famous for the shirts she made. Tho
woman gavo a scream. It was his wife,
and the young girl in tho room was tho
baby lie last saw in the steamship. Her
husband failing k return to tho vessel,
she concluded that he intended to desert
her, and, having considerable money,
sho made her way West, lost her money
in San Francisco gambling in stocks,
and was now in Salt Lake city support
ing herself by her needle.
Judge Black Before the Supreme Court.
Tho following joke U related at the
expense of Judge Jerry Black while lie
was arguing tho Mc(Jiirrahan case be
fore tho Supreme Court, in Washington,
sonio years ago:
Ono dav, while speaking on some
motion, Ulack discovered at the close of a
two hours' oration, that the entire bench,
including the Chief Justice, was sound
asleep. Much incensed, he gathered up
his papers and left the room. Meeting
the Chief Justice at a dfTiner at Secre
tary Fish's that evening, Black angrily
commented on the occurrence.
Why, my dear Judge," said Mr.
Chao, with a surprised oxprension, "I
thought you would bo the bust man on
earth to object to such a thing. The
fact was that all the Justices were so
fatigued from the President' reception
last niirht, that this inornimr we consult
ed together and agreed to hear you on
some motion or other, so that we could
all enjoy a good, sipuaro nap. Wo sup
posed you had been on tho bench for so
long that you'd know how it was your
self." "The devil you did?" said tho old, llat
bottomed legal luminary.
"Xes, but you needn t alarm yourself,
my dear Black. The shorthand reporter
made a full memorandum of your re
marks.'' "Did, eh?" snapped tho Judge. "Why
ho was asleep, too!"
"Tho devil he was," exclaimed tho
Chief Justice, much vexed. "I always
did trust that fellow. In that case, my
dear Judge, wo will have to rtlii on the
Swindles in Sardines.
Buyers of sardines nre cautioned bv
the Brittany manufacturers to be care
ful as to tho brands they choose. If they
want tho best fish, preserved when fresh
in the best olive oil, they must get them
from houses which have a name to lose.
Tho cheap kinds are made with fish that
liavo turned," or havo been spoiled bv
salting on board the smacks, and the
oils used are those of cottonseed or thn
Senegal ground nut. But this is not nil.
The brands of established firms are imi
tated, and tho worst of qualities of nil
aro "prepared for exportation. The sar
dine traders think it necessary just now
to give a warning against those ex noil
sardines, and advise foreigners to buy
only those which aro produced for tho
homo trench market. Thn current whole
sale prices aro given. There aro three
sizes, small, medium, and large (known
as 4-6, C-H, and 8-12), and only two
qualities, first and second. The largest
and best aro now $13 tho hundred tins,
but tho export kinds can be bought as
low as $7.75 tho hundred. New York
The Late Dr. Chapin.
At a recent reception bv tho Murray
Club tho llev. Summer Ellis, 1). 1).,
presented tho humorous and witty side
of ministerial life by relating a number
of anecdotes about the lato liev. Dr.
Chapin, sparkling with the bright puns
and repartees for which ho was noted,
and all of which, tho speaker said, drew
their inspiration from tho dinner and
stipper-tablo. Onco, when Dr. Chapin
was dining at a hotel, ho was served
with what was called barley soup on tho
bill of fare. "That is not barley soup,"
said ho to tho waiter; "it is ftarcy
soup!" On another occasion, while
traveling in the South with his wife, who
was uncommonly dark-complexioned, ho
addressed an old 'colored man as ' Un
cle." "How happens it," said his wife,
roguishly "that colored mau is your un
cleP" "Ho is my undo by marriage, I
suppose!" was tho .quick rejoinder. He
onco asked his daughter, who was also a
pronounced brunette and very small,
Marion, why are you hko a certain
Boston book publishing house?" "I
give it up, father," snid she. "Becauso
you arc littlejand brown," was tho answer.
M i Cm i
Translated from tho Omnibus: A boy
sits with a cloth-covered hand-cart at the
foot of a hill. A walking-goer conies
along, at whoso approach tho boy to
Man 'Young one, why howlcst thou
Boy "I can with the cart uot the hill
Man (good humoredly) "Well then,
see here! (Pushes tho cart until tho hill
up). So, there (himself of tho sweat
drying). Say onco, what hast thou then,
roally, upon thy cart?"
Boy "My big broker aieops thereupon."
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
' College Songs.
For tho introduction of tho collco
cong proper in this country wo are,
moro than to any other man, indebted
to Mr. It. Storrs Willis. After graduat
ingiatho Yale Class of '4f, Tie spent
nix yoars in Germany, and on his re
turn took up his abodo for a whilo-tn
New Haven, ami taught tho students
thero the Bntin song of "Gaudeamus,"
which ho had learned among tho Ger
man universities. 'Gaudeamus" soon
came to be regarded by tho Yalo boys
with about tho samo feeling as English
men havo for "God Save tho King," or
tho French Republicans for tho "Mar
seillaise." It is sung on all occasions
of festivity and of sorrow, and it has
served moro than onco as a veritablo
war song when battles havo boon im
pending with tho "townles."
Harvard was not slow to catch tho
singing spirit, and in thecourso of a few
years tho students of all tho larger East
ern colleges had extensive repertories of
song, which tliey gavo in society halls,
in all accidental gatherings on tho col
lege grounds, and most of all, perhaps,
while indulging in tho classical pastime
of sitting on the fence.
It is this Hkkiht ok Folly to wait un
til you are in bed with disease you may
get over for months, when you can be
cured during the early symptoms by Purk
er's Ginger Tunic. Wo havo known tho
sickeBt families made the healthiest by a
timely use of this pure medicine. Ob
server. Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weaknesB
of generative organs, fl. 5 for if 3. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
I'liarmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
How's the Baby
"How's the baby J" "His croup is bet
ter thiB morning, thank you. We guve
him some of Thomas' Eclectric Oil as you
advised, doctor, and shall give him some
more in an hour or so." Next day the doc
tor pronounced the youngster cured. P.O.
If Adam had a game of "fifteen"
placed in his hand at an early period of
his existence, the whole course of history
might have been materially altered for the
better, nnd if biliousness, indigestion, sick
headache or dyspepsia were unknown,
Spring Blossom would not bo needed.
Price TiO cents, trial bottles 10 cents. P. O.
"Your Spring Blossom is a success. I
certainly think its effects aro wonderful; all
the dyspeptic symptoms I complained ot
have vanished, my wife is also enthusiastic
in uaise of it; she was disfigured by
blotches and pimples on her face, and had
a continuous headache. She is all right
now and all unsightly eruptions havo gone.
You may refer any doubting parties to me.
It. M. V ILLIAMSO.V,
Elk street. Buffalo."
Price .r)0 cents, trial bottlea 10 cents. P.
(f. Schuh, Agt.
Go to Paul G. Schuh for Mrs, Freemau's
New ational Dyes. For brightness ami
durability of color are unequalod. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
ami German. Price 15 cents.
A nasai, injectok free with each bottle
of Sliiloh's Catarrh Keniedy. Trico 50
By the unthinking, Burdock lias been
considered a weed, ami its luxuriant
growth, unpleasant smell, etc., hnsren
dered it, to those "not knowing its virtues,"
a nuisance, and yet the root has long been
acknowledged by savants as most invalu
able as a diuretic, aperient and blood puri
tier. Burdock Blond Bitters embody all
its good qualities. Price f 1.00, trial 6izo
10 cents. P. G. Schuh, Agt.
Suiloh's Cat.uuui Bsmkov a positive
cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker
A Couirli. Cold or Sore Throat
should bo stopped, neglect fretjuentl re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or on
sumption. Ikown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but.act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, gtoo 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 havo 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 tho few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 25 cents a
Among the Follies of the Ago
which tho introduction of Sozodont long
since exploded, was the use of abrasive
and corrosive tooth preparations, which
eithes contained minerals which scratched
their enamel, or acids which dissolved it.
Sozodont, a health promoting substitute for
these empirical articles, is a botanic, skill
fully prepared, highly sanctioned prepara
tion, which not only beautifies, cleanses
andinvigorates Bftll'ron oclored and defective
teeth, but divests the breath of nn obiec
tionabloodor and restores to it that of
'llAmrKTAOK,' a lasting and fragrant per
fume. Price 23 and 50 cents. Bt
ot all description are relieved ut once, and
speedily cured by Kidney Wort. It seems
intended py nature for the euro of all dis
eases of tho kidneys caused by weakness
and debility. Its great tonic powers aro
especially directed to tho removal of this
class of diseases.1 Wo know of persons that
t ..IV i I . ...
nave Buuorou tor thirty years that havo been
permanently cured by taking Klkney Wort
a short time. Try it. cither liouid or drv.
AltK YOU MA lilt miserable bv TnrHir.tlnn
Constipation, Dizziness, Lous of Appetite,
Yellow Skiut Shiloh's Vitalizer is a posU
tivo euro, in
FRIDAY MORNING,- APRIL
To all who aro suffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, Ions of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipo that will euro you, . freo
of charge, This grunt remedy was discov
ered by a mitsionary in South America.
Send a self addressed envelope to the Rev.
JoHcph T. Inman, Station D, New York
Shiloh's CtiitK wiu. immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping cough and Bron
Where machinery is used tho Drew Oil
Cup will save 50 per cent, of oil. Write
for circular. Borden. Selleck As Co.. St.
pvium, Mo. ()
Wnv will you cough when Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Priie
10 cents, 50 cents and $1. 11
Inflamhd eyes and eyelids promptly
cured by Roman Eye Balsam. E. Ferret,
Agt., 872 Pearl St., N. Y. City. (2)
Foil Dysi'icj-si.v ami Liver Complaint I
you will havo printed guarantee on every
oottle ol Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never fails
Indian Blood Syrup.
IlvspcpMn. Liver Dli
eiiNeH. Fever ami Aioie
HIE BEST REM El) Y KNOWN TO MAN !
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
This Svrnu Dni'oi- v., , ,mn. ....... . i. ... ...
iilaa-a tho ptyallnc In the kkIIvu, which' convert'
thn ftarch and HiiiHr .r thn r..n.i i.,. ...... .
deficiency in lilvallna
tho food In the m.niarh. If thu medicHo j uL-u
mniidlately uftur atunr. thu ferineniaiUin ..i i, ,i
Itai tsnjion thn I.iver.l
It arts upon the Klilnejs,
It HeguliiU'S the HowcIk,
It Purines th Wood.
It Quiets the Nervous .System.
It Promotes PluPHtloii,
It Nourishes, Strengthens and Invigorates,
It Carries off the Old Wood nnd makes New,
It Opens the Pores of the Kkln and Induces
It tioiitrallzcn thu hereditary Mint, or poison In
, 'I. ' ui'.u Knicraifs ncroiuin, ErvmucUn,
and all nianuorof fikln Dlecarea and Inturnal hu
mora. There are no npirltK employed In Its manufacture
and It can hu taken hy thu mod delicate babe, or by
the ayed and feeble, euro only IioIur required In ut
tuutli ii to directions.
Oalva, Henry County, Ills.
I wanmifTcrlnR from Sick Uuadarhu and Dir..l
neM ho that I could not attend loniy hoiixehold du
ties, and a fhort trial of Or. Clark Jolinou Indi
an uiooa oyrup enuciuaiiv curt'd me,
-MUS 1IKLKN ELKIN'8.
Waterman Station, UuKalh Co., Ilia.
This Is to certify that l)r Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Syrup nan cured me of 1'nin In the Hack. It
Is a valuable medlclnu. M KS WOOD.
Centre Hill. White Co., Ark.
Thii Ii to certify that I wus ullllcted with Palpi
tatlou of tho Heart for many yearn I tried cl tilt r
eut doctors, whose prencriptions tended more to
weaken nio than they did to (trem-llum. 1 at hint
res Wed to try Dr.'Clurk Johiison a Indian ltlcod
Syiup. which proved to bu a punitive cure not on
ly curlHB tho Heart Dlcease, but aleo a sick Head
ach which hail hecu troubling rm.
I was afflicted with Ll?er Complaint and Dyspep
sla and failed to gvt relief, althunnh hhIiil' mudl
clues from our best doctor. I commenced iikIu
Dr. .lohnson's Indian lllond Svrrip.and nnliort trial
cured mo. T. W. H1S1NU. Mollno, III.
This certllles that Dr. Clark Johnson' ludmn
Hlood fiyrnp hns effectually cured me of Dyspepsia
Too much cannot be ald In iiraise or it.
W. K, Wl.M.MKK, llcdford, Mo.
Auents wanted fur thu sale of thu Indian Hlood
Syrup in every towu or viIIhko, in which 1 Lave no
aijent. Particulars given on application.
Dltl'UGISTH SKLL IT.
Ubratory 77 West ad St., N. Y.
JOTICK TO CONTHACTOKS.
Ornt B or City Ci.ruk, Cairo, 111.. April 21, 1SW.
Healed proposal will bu reeelvud at mv nlllr.i nn.
til thu meeting of tho tUty Council on Tuesday,
Mnv tfml. Inr iliilmt II... v ,.i r... .i...
-.- w., - ... .... ..... ..J I'HNIIII IUI IHU
yearuudliig May 1st, Imsi. Kald bids must Include
the cost of puhllshlni; the riiiincll proceed I nija, or-
llllllllices aillt IllltlCl'S of all klllils lliserlell liv nnv
city oillcer or by onler ol tho city council. afo all
special assessmeni mailii liy comnilssloners,
whether appointed by thud council or rountv
court. A Kood and sutllclrnt bond of onu hiind.ed
dollarg must accompany each bid. The rlyht to
reject any aud all bids reserved by the city.
j. u i iii.bi, city Clerk.
JOTICB TU CONTUACTOH 8.
Omen OK City Clkiik. Cairo. Ill . Aurll jui
ltJ. ' ' '
Healed proposals will be, received at this office
111. til up to thu time of ll(i invetlinr nf thn rllv
council on Tuesday May Uud kh , for thu removal
of Kurhaue from tho dlllereiil. residences and hot .Is
in tho city, rot thu months: May, September, Octo
ber Nov niber. March ami Aurll. lulrnin ..mh
for thu months of Juno, duly and Ain-ust six days
In each week, and fur the months of December,
January nnd 1'eliriiary In each week as per section
a, chnpter 10 of thu revised ordlnatires of thu city.
Thu place or deposit uot to bo less than one mile
from tho city limits. A Rood and sulllcluiit Imnd
of flue must Hccaiiipany each hid.
lhu rlKht to reject any and all bids reserved by
tho city. D.J. Folk v, City Clerk
JJOTICIS TO CONTltACTOUB.
OlTH'B OK City Cl.amc. Cnlro. Ills. Anrll ''ll
lSS'J. ' ' ' '
Healed proposals will be received at this i.m.ii
Until inoolltiirof tho cltv e.o II mi Tiu.srlnv Mv
2nd IWil, for furiilahliiK such lumber as thu city
iii.r Miiiiii u.r uie year inuiiiu ninv 1st lwi;
said lumber to lis of good and sound white or burr
oak, while or yellow plnu or cvprus, freo from
sap or unsound knots and of Hiich dliuuiislons as
may h roiiulred and to bu dullvurud In suchquiiu
titles, tlmus and placoii, within Hie corpoiale. lim
its as tho commltliio on streets inav direct. A
Itood and snlllcli-iit bond ol Klvo hundred dollars
uiiistaccompatiy each hid,
mu rium io reject aor slid all bids reserved by
thu city. d.j, 1'ot-KV, City Clerk.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A vlntlm of youthful liupruderiM camliiA Proa
turn Decay, Korvuiw Debility, Lust ManhuH, etc
DSTiiifl trlcrt In vain evory known rommly, has dw
ooTtnMllmpleielfoure, whldthswlll send KKKB
f,lii ft'llow-suflerern, addres J. 11. HKKVKM,
UA lUBlUHIU Ml., Ill, 1,
it mm ii?
ii MB is
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y,w -,yuv,veu HVl 11 CM UOllS UCIl AllllTlailV
Vnd hS. ',,riU' "r"UC""U' ""tl"ns' P". coemption id Vir
5am of Tolii
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the Beuninn has a private AuT
1 lie lOIAJ, liOCK ami HYR CO.;
oui.U in JKUWUST8, UROCKK8
I'Hblishrd Monthly, JV0(. $.t.QH j r
No. 1 (New Scries) Contains
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flight l-.ve' Waliz l-armll.
Oa.-eii id Hearts Cavottc ISicl.-fel.l.
H"el anil I oe (Jalnp tour ) lands ..I'.ender.
New VtaiV (ireetinf P.dka .... liisenhorn.
Ton Steuben's Grand March ... Dresner
A 1 rial! rii Nus. 1 ami 1 mall, .1
ssiei., after tlicoili!hIitta been Wlieve toill:. 'O build up thi
H't'i'RyAIiT SIZEUOTTLFS VOU FAVir.v ttt? ill).,,., ft
... , , . "ul" .5 .i or i"ur inontiu lor Ji.oo.
I'J ' H vv th'fn TERS,' 307 Nrth Flfth Street- St LOUIS. Agency for Chas,
I lAsos, Hay hTATK (jHrvNS, i),TSON.s K,ITI,)Wt, lU, Suml (r our Illll!ttratod PricoJ Ustt
27 Stops, 10 Set3 Reeds, $90
H-1 1'-ru for an 1n7TlVnti vn ItitKttt 4i..r. !i 0
al-Sy 4 r',Y""l ' ' ered on buur.l O o"
it . tuh'","wMul.Ac..iiil vHO
..u. r. ii a .M.1I,.. ..7 . ; ;i """.' ,,,,
,.,!,f,.J..I,u.,r.1. , ,.,,.. W Xjj
4S1EI. F. BEATTY, Wangton, New
rOrirn ih iii. .. ., i i. . , " V"'" "'.
WOUTJI SENDIXO F0K.
Ir J. II. SCHKNCK, ul Philadelphia, bus just puli
llbhed a buok OU "lllse isei of On. liin iiiul how
I hey can be cured," wiiii Ii In oll'erud free, piiHtpaid
to all applicants, llconluine valuahle Itifortnutlon
for all who suppose themselves afflicted with, or
liable to. any diseases of the throat or luui;s. Ad
dress i.m. J. ll. KCHENCK A SON, raw Arch
street, I'Mludelplilii. I', o. Ilox 'JtiSi.
IMl'KOVED HOOT HE Kit. 2r,C
Diickaeu innki's r, ..ullnnu .f a .i..ii.
is, w u
wholesome, Hpiiikllni! temiperiince bev
Ask your ilnie'lst, or snit by mail hir c,
J. h. UIKliS, IH ,m. Dela. Avu., l'hlluda.
Hie A iiLhitr A in. M.i.1 M.
toid Wurk.wrraui,Hl th Umtonil
ohiaHl, iiiiliH.uiqihl ti ev.ir
niaii.entiU.'d "t)i. SuioiiiMiiif jfu
,'r.H"llJ'nw.rvalii,n ;" Is. uud in
Utii st rri-ntb muslin, nmlHiNSMi,
St..-I oni.TI.Vlllits. lii-MMfirin
!"", i.riiw only J,J5nt if
null now, Aiiilns IWsnly Mist-
All J l7 1 11 1 uLLi K HU. No. 4 llulnucb. iU H,Z!Z
S 0 T I C E.
llnvliiif a lui'tfe slock of iiiHtruinents
on lnuitl, and ljcliiir uliout to jilaco sonic
new Hlyles niton flip market, wc jiro
jitisc to oircp Uie balance of our present
Htock of low-jiriced Ortraiisi at a consul
oralile rt'diiction FUll CASH until
. Dealers about imrchiwinjj for
Trade will do well to write
GEO. WOODS &
M A N U FX IT U KICKS OF
Ji'jnl'or week can ho mailii
In in i v Iiii'hIHv.
'"'"Woinetlilli u entirely I!
Hoinethlliij entirely Hew for ai'vlil. $S outlit
freo. U. W. I Mi KA HAM A CU
tiinr, llucliii, Miiif
nr;iku, MiIIimku, mill
mnnyof tho best medi
cine known lira coin.
Iiint-il in P.ukcr'sCliiijer
Tonic, in lo a medicine!
0l (in It v,iin.d powers, ah
to niuka It the uraalcti
I licit run mr nnd llm
Ileslorrr Krrr llssd.
ll cutva klitiniiitlin.
rtlceplcMncu, & iliiriteu
VI III Minium, Ikiweis,
Luiifls, Mm & Kulnryt,
Half BalSaiDl lu'lWdiirormitfim
ih. n-ii. ci.mi ...j liiitcin, Ciimer Kjuwnces1
Mii Riiiiiii li.ii h and oilioi Tunica, u it
Jl.vsf Wil. in nn Um never hitoxlcutna, lllawa!
V Ui(iU wl u m, asi,, , Co.. Chcnustm. N. V.
-j j r.'uim-JrnraTiBM. " r,tny.""TMHf lAillnrfflw
luMiy r tlUi,i..,.w.Pni. Ki n.s.h ,H ,.' in. , r I n iV
. I... ..rri.i.VM.-lfjv .r.ftV.urv .' m ,n.VdV;;
I i a
Ilaftlwiiyi l,uim ono or.hu mo-t Important
tteiipoun wluldud liy the modlctl fnoolty
BiriiliiHt l hu uucroKibmeutii of Coughs, Cold.
I rnncli I A( hmii, Soru Throat, Connump
tlon ii lot Inclplout and advuncBdBtamju.and
all illK.!Hnt' of Ihi) Ihrnat. il.. 1......
.. ...... '" ""i Jim auu live. In art
......w nn., lllllKB.
: wh.;;7 p..m ouhZW
! tU. onlv mediated hUgI. madVI
IToprieton.,' 41 liiver street, Chicaco. 111.
AND DEALERS EvEKYWIIFKT
Single Xoi. BO ett.
No.2(NewSeries) Contains J2SL
I d be a Itutti rllv Sonir Wh.,,1.
Oh, (Jentle llird-. 'IVnor Sonir Ilrnnctc'
J he Kiistic I.civcs-Uuet Williams.
I lieC hapel .t.m, or mix. voices.. Kreul7.cr.
' hrt,,e,.1' iher-Qunrtc-t Il.illah.
Sparklinir HeautvWalw Ilarker.
I ictnre Cards Hlnette Helirt-Hs.
Iloeracciii March Kour Imnds ..Dressier,
thiminif Hells l'olkn Kaphaelson.
1 ... ....
OF ST. LOUIS, MO.
Which were totally destroyed by re on May
and September 21, 18al,
Ordors aro solicited for
Strictly Pure White Lead and Red Lead,
fold Pressed and Pure Dark Castor
Oil, Kaw and Double Boiled
YOUNG MEN & "l?"fJrelcjf
AbVERTlSKUN! hpii.1 tor nnr Neleet Mat of U
Hulbcrt Bros. Wholesale Price List.
1 1 tauo, , oct., square, rosewood, carved,
Biiraffo 139 w
7 Piano, upr. 7ii oct., cuhlnut grand m Ou
13 Orun, 4 sets reeds, !l ttote & grand organ 59 00
08 " H acts reeds, 13 slots, coupler, sub-baas 73 00
Our Pianos and Organs warrwittMl first-class.
2 Violin outfit, box bow, strings, complete... 3 00
8 " creinona model, extra lino too
4 Accordeon, Hkeys, bass box, Una toneVJ-.l'. 1 00
" 10 1st op, 8 sets muds, perfects 00
7 Mouth Organs Vienna emicert, S4 holes M
U " Oeuulno Klchter, 10 holes, O. S. 24
11 " " coucert double SI holes " 109
11 Clarionet, genuine Martin, fl keys, boxwood 6 00
17 Fife, In ebony, German silver ferule.. bo
1'i Mimic box, 1 tune, crank, due i 10
511 " 8 times,, wind with lever, large 25 00
a I Violoncello, patent, machine head, good.. 10 00
SW Double Hums, patent head, 3 or 4 strings.'. 23 00
Ul (iuitar, maple, machine head, lino IUiIbu.. 4 00
27 Banjo, 10 inch, 1 brass brackets g no
W Cornet, brass cornpoeon Btyle case Jtcrooks 9
" Drum, brass, Prussian, Ornamented
(iold violin, guitar and banjo strlugs 'II. Uros.'
Silver " " t ,i
Steel " " .. i.
Out, KuHHlan, German or Italian, best quality
Instruction Hooks, Howe's or Winners, but
instrutnent ..M S5'
Having Just madu a good trade for 100 Slngei
Sewing Muchines, will sell them for JS5 each whllo
.MiHiey laijuttu safe In common letter if plainly
Terms strictly cash with order. Will take
Ageuts and dealers send for our JO-page Catalogue
On above net wholesale palces agents can make
100 percent profit.
Call on us when you como to St. Louis.
Kcfcrcuccs: Auybank or wholosalo hours In
Hulhert Uros. Is the only 0 meral Wholesale
Music House iu St. Louis.
II UL BERT BROS,
9'.'3 Olire Street, Saint Louie, Mo.
The Garfield Memorial Picture
Size 19x21 lnclit'8. Price 25 cts.
AN ELEGANT ENGRAVING
fl!r.VVL',Yrhom"; cnmr"'l''lnK ,eunu n(l mcldonU
In the lire of (lurtleld, from tho tow-path to tho
gravo. o ollur 0 o per ceut. profit to agents, and
one can bo snid In every housu. Send l&oue-ceut
slainps for snmplu copy aud agents' terms. We
Kuiirumee w, a tiay 10 agent. Address
.. ? UILVIK CO., riibllshers,
u. oox s.b.j !U Hose street, New York.
Tlie Southern Detective.
By .1UDS0N K. TAYLOR, .
Autlior of Tho Indian Detective, (Jinny Dlalr,
ett'.. etc, '
This is onu of the most thrilling detscllv stories
ever wrltton, aud Is filled with cxoltlug scenes and
Incidents. It contain 150 paves, and la hand
somely lllualriitod. I'rlce'.'Oceuts, Hoc by mall
post paid, lo any address, ou receipt of !I5 o us
ee i t stumps, Adilress,
,1 H. OGILVIB A CO., Publisher,
P. O. Jlox -r.in 81 Itose strtiot, Now York.
ATTACHMENT NOTICR. '
Htatk or Illinois, . h, the Alexander
ss. county circuit court,
I May term, A. 1). 188J.
U. Jatneaon and K. U. Hmlth. firm of Hmlth A
Jsiiieson-delnndants.. In attachment.
Notice la hereby given that a suit by attachment
has been commenced In said court In favor of ' tho
above named plalulltr. agalast (ho estate of said
dcloiidani. for the sum ol two hundred and flfty.
onti 8.1-llKi dollars. Now, therefor, unlss said
dofeudatit shall appear on the first day of th next
.term of said court, to bo holdeii si the coon hous.
In Cairo, ou the o.glith day of Mav, A. D. M), and
give bail and pload as required by law, Juiigmant ,
will be entered against them, and the estate o at
tached sold. ALIX. H. IKV1N, UUrk. , '
Calm, Illinois, April 111. IKtji
VYaltra Wawxih, ris)nttll attoiney,1 1 , V,. ,
. . -.t.