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TDK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY
DECEMBER 11, 1880.
Aid the uiual Purgative, In pleasant tu take,
Aii'l w.ll I'Tovo at 'nr.- tin nvi"t tiwl tinno!-
H.ralein IU-uiVHlr in'IMcKiiwrilni iiiu.yit
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du.ri.ri UM4.M' Jr i' ml iili.t, ili-lr-t tl.tti tif Oit ifHl,
u 111 iiiianiiiMr.iiilv Ihi furixtiit t. tuiU. Avoid irii
llall ; ui.l-l ui-iuuj the mtirli' imIIim! It.
IHOI'H -I Itt IT I.WtriVt. I. put up In
hliniHl Hit tuiae, Mhly. I'll. a. Id) f fliU, Ak Tour
dl!lkMt lul LlV.ClllHlV'.' PlMHIiIlM, n ll'I'lllMli ttltf'prO-
piiHui, J. K. HKlllI'.lilMlTiiN,
,V. faik l'ln, New VnrW.
Before-fVmciuS'ha ANY fOiiM or So-Cueo
Baud, or Apt'turice ttjruMtnrnr Si rvnn,f'tirnf!Ti
n l rij"il .., . t.,th- I'I'l.VKHMAlllKil
UAl.VANIC '' N.-w V.iik. S. V., ' iiiriiinull, ., lit
Pin l-rumi-", 'ul., fn 1 1 1 i r I'uui lil-t and
Kli-'Un: Ki-vi.'W," met ti.u mil i" H"", A""'t
ikI mmni. Ihr I'. 'i, I'n, mi' llm ""'v dl " U '" "
viiiiv Kii" ire- A'.Imim uu Aim-ncaii txiitiiinifc
HOW TO tf HE.
Coxsum ptiox, Coughs,
COLT'S, ASTHMA, (Itorp,
All diseases of the Throat, I.ui j ami pulmonary
USE ACCoHDIXC to DIIIKCTIONS.
Allen's Lung Balsam.
WIAUTm wuHn'iifiikinuii'i t.,
II All I L.U ' " l"'l". Ha.i.riui. Li.
. IwM. .-if ., uu.) I, a, tim.it. trtiM
(. uhm ln. I ,l'. l.a t., bvi iwu, M. Uhui, Mo.
W Ollldl H'flt fl"'f t. tlllle V. llU Wish til -11-
h(H III the lonsl I'll B.nt.l KIl'l profitable
liU'llio known. r.MrUhllig new.
rf (uiiii uit required. We will furuii-h
i-tei-ylhliig. f In n il'iymiiJ upw:.rd In vet
eailv maile wi'hoitl' suving hv from
home over night. Ni risk hairier. Mnny tie
workers wanted at once. Many am making fort
une, at t tie business. I mil' -r iiiil.it a nun U ss
Dieii, and onus buy and girl niaK" great pay. No
one who In wiiling to work fail, to niak more
money every day tl.an ran l.e made In a week at anj
otbitr employment '1 hose who engage at onie
will nun a nbnrt Mad tu lurtuni-. Adilr-ra II
II AIJ.KTT & CO.. I'ortland Slulm-.
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM:
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
For all Female Complaints.
TTiia prprxratlon. aa It name atrtilfloa, eoniiiu ot
VcveUliki I rv-itlca tiiat are l.irnil' .J tu thu wumX del-t-U
In'all l. L'iun on trial t)K invtiti of tht"Com
pound will tx- ri-u?nii.l. aanlrf II lmmdlat ; and
wbn Ita uM-lsrorillniji'd, In ninKy ninocavaln ahun.
4rtd.apirTnaniintmnUcrTn1d,njithoaiAni1a will U-a-tif
jr. Oa ar-ciunt uf IU provrn nii-ritv. It la tn-doy ri
foremrndrd and tirnrrlljrd by tb twit phyilclaai la
It will rtira entlndy the womt form r.f falllnf
of tb utrru., t urorrlm-a, li ntrubr and ainful
Minutruatlon.allLnrsrlanTrdUbki, lnflainmaUoa and
flrrratlnn, ilonllruisall l;i)'lan-nM-nti and Ilia con
araiurnt ii'lnal wraknna, and U eIrllly adaptMl to
the Chanir nt life. It will dbuiilf and him-I tumori
Iron tbe utrruiln an irty Win of drri-lnpinrnt. T)ia
lanilrnry to mni-eroui bumun thfra U cbuckvd Tory
fpprdlly by It" nm.
In fa.-t It a prnTfd to b th (rrMt
act and bo4 ranxity tliat baa tit hwn diarovcr
d. It penrtraUa every portion of tbe lynti m. and girea
new llfeandTlpor. It rcmorM f iltifnM,fiahjleniy, de
ttn.'yaallrraTlu f or aUmulanU, and n llerca weakni'ia
( Die .toma'ti
eurta nioatlnjr, nradarhea, Sfrrnua Proatratlon,
Ornt'ral I'biLity.SU'plo.nei, briirrwlon aud InJI
gtin. Tliat frtllrg of btarlnif down, caualcg pain,
wrlght ajid harkarlie, Ic rOwayn xnnaiii-ntly eurvd lf
tlauM. It will at all tlmra, andundrrall rirrurnktan
cm, art In harmony with I lit la tuat guTorna the
For Kldu-yrompIalnUof eltbi-r ' thli comKUDil
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
lapreiiarrd atS33and Vf Wcati-rn ATi nun, I.ynn. Maa.
Price ll.W. Fli bottlniforV00. B. iil by mail In the
form of pilln.nlrmln th form of IxiienKra, on riH-i lpt
of prkT, 11.00, per boj, for cither. Jlra. l'INKlIAM
fntly anawcra all httoni of in.iil,y Somt fur iau
pbJrt. Addnnaaalre StnlUm (Afi jwnrr.
No family alMUldtw without I.YD1A L. l'INURAM'
LIVIl I'IU.9. They euro Constipation, liUlouaoM
and Torutdlty wt the IJvor. to ronta urr b-x.
1UCIIAHDSON & CO., St. Juir, Mo.
WliuliKilii niri'tila for l.YDIA li. I'lNKHAM'M
lainuili' from n alinplo Trtiililonl I.Pftf of Itara
Vftlnn and la H 1'OSITi VK Itu Iv for nil lliu din.
e ai' Hint CHtisi' tiulti In (ho lower part of ibo
bii'ly fur turplrf Idver llumliirbaa Jnntllri
l)lji,ltiiw, Omviil, MnliirlH, an i rtl I ol lit-r fit tlio.itlt Uh
of i tin Kldtioya. I.I itr ami Urinary Oip.'in. 1'nr
Kitmtilo OiHi'.nnda, Monthly Mriihtruntlni'a, mid ilu
rlnu 1'reniinttv, It haa no cquiil It ri'atori'a llm
erc,t.ia ilint nitiko tli hlood, mil lionm ia tint '"'nt
illood I'urll'vnr. U la tint only known r iiu'tly Hint
turoa llrliilH'i I'lararo. l'ir Ulitliutia, iihu War
nnr'a Safu Dlnliotcartirti
For Ml" by DriiKKlnt' and nil flt'nlnra at I.S5 por
kottlo, Lariat hiiiiflii ilnt nimlti't. Try it
U. U, WAliNKH it CO., IWuuciUt, N.Y.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
iteiis or etehest.
A brotlicr and siKlor Imvo bepomo
huHlmnd uml vifo, nt yjunstiw n, (J.
Lt.tiirnliif' that tlu-y wcru to hu jiro.socu
ted, tlit-y liavo Ilea togitllmr.
Soiiio cljnrs fifty-two yours M, which
lmvo lain inoHt of tho turn! in a jraiTct,
forgotten, liavn been lirouyht to lijrht in
Itochcstcr. They wcro almost tast-
Thoro ia s donipslio cat nt IlartfonJ,
Conn., which weighs twcnty-Hcvcn mid
a half poiimls, nntl its ownern assert
tliat it Is tho largest animal of tho kind
in tho world.
Bo many people commit suicido by
jumping off tho throe bridges neross the
liber, at Unnie, that a philanthropii-al
inciety keeps boatmen at each bridge in
order to rcscuo tho uiifoi tunale.
At tho gambling establishment of
Monto C'arli! tho police have .strict or
ders Ui Hcarch the gruuwU ev ry night
for the bodies of suicides, a:nl to re
move them as quickly iw possible, that
visitor nmy not bo shocked by discov
ering tho remains.
Hilly Forrest has written for Tins'i js
JlftifHtzinetL hkcloh of a (sailor who in
173 jumped from the uteamer Russia
and tried to pave a boy, being almost
drowm d himself. Tlio sailor ufierward
became famous as Webb, the swimmer.
The Flint and Hero M;triii"Uo Rail
road company nro adding five hundred
and twenty-eight ears of various grades
to equipments, und eleven locomotives,
live of which lmvo been received. Tho
aggregate cost of this rolling stock is
It is proposed to rule out a large class
that climbers tho reading-room of tho
liriti.-h nuisebm, to tho inconvenience
of students, by cutting offlhe supply of
new liction. 'The suggestion is to with
hold works of fiction until three years
The amount of money invested in
manufacturing enterprises in New Jer
sey is about SVJ.OOO.O'X), acnpital which
employs Beventy-tivo thousand persons,
thirteen thousand being engaged in the
manufacture of (ilk in 1'aterson. Tho
horse-power which runs the machinery
in estimated at fifty thousand.
A short time ago tho postal authori
ties at Vienna were startled by the re
ceipt of a letter addressed to her royal
and imperial highness Maria Theresa,
who died in 170. The letter might
have been written bv Rip Van Winkle,
and was one hundred years too late.
It was returned to tho sender marked
The luck of the Reresfonis is prover
bial. It is not so long ago that Lord
William, "Tlundi Reresford," as ho U
called, bought tho Rend Or ticket in tho
celebrated Umballah sweep, realizing
thereby some 10,000 or 12,000.
More recently ho purchased half tho
fhare of Robert the Devil for tho SU
Lcger in thu same Umballah specula
tion, and as the sweep was worth be
tween 6,0ii0 and 7,000, the result
was another remarkable success.
The other day the Paris police arrest
ed a rnnn who was running about on
the banks of tho Seine in a state of ab
solute nudity. On being taken to tho
station-house and supplied with cloth
ing, he told the following tale: He hail
made up his mind to drown himself, so,
proceeding to the bank of the river, ho
undressed himself, rolled his clothes up
into a bundle, threw them into the river,
and then waded in himself. Rut the
water was cold, and, as ho lamentingly
paid, "It gave him a contraction of
the stomach, " bo ho waded out again.
Ruthin clothes were at tho bottom of
the JSeine, if ho was not, and so he was
obliged tJ wait, half-frozen and very
moch undressed, until ho fell into tho
stern clutches of tho guardians of tho
peace. (Jrcatly to his surprise he found
that he had raado himself amenable to
the law by his abortive, attempt at do
dc tc, or rather by his preparations for
the event, and that a fine and a term of
imprisonment would be tho penalty for
drowning his clothes before he drowned
himself. Moral Never begin any im
portant piece of business at tho wrong
Of using mere stimulants finds its punish
merit in headaches and disorders of the
stomach, complaints which Hostctter'i
Stomach Ritters is admirably calculated to
remedy. This sterling tonic und regulat
ing medicine invigorates the stomach with
out exciting it; tranquilizers the nerves, by
rest ring viwir to the organs most cloudy
In sympathy with them, namely, the gas
tric organs, liver and bowels. A healthlul
impulse piven to digestion is often the
means of preventing serious and aggravated
physical disturbance, And there are many
tireniirutions which are advertiseu ana rec
oiu mended for this purpose, but among
modern remedies none has achieved such a
wide-spread and well ctrned reputation ns
the article referred to. Physicians of cnn
nence prescribe it, and tho concurrent testi
nmny of respectable persons of all classes
mid avocations, proves that it is every way
worthy of the confidence generally reposed
Wnooi'iNd cough is successfully treat
ed by separating tho patents beyond hear
mg diHtuneo nt encn oilier, nml by tbe cm
idoynicnt of Fellows' llypophosphites
Whooping cmigb t is a nervous diseaso of
so sympathetic, a nature that a paroxysm
may bo produced in one susceptible uy
simp'y heiiring the cough ot another person
The above mimed treatment has been fount
To nil who nro sulTt ring from tho Pi rors
Atid indiscretions ofyouth.tiervoiis weakness,
early lecny, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will euro you, free of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary In 8mith America. Bond
a self-addressed envelope tn tho Rev. Joseph
T. fnmau, Siatlon 1), Now York City.
R. rtcheiitenmuller, Rrooklyn, writes:
Your Spring Rlossout Is invaluable. I
have had Merofiilous sores on my legs for a
number of yours, and occasionally they
would lire k out on my face. I have taken
two bottles of Spring' Blossom, according
to directions, ami now nil tho sores have
tllsnpponrr-d, and my skin In perfectly
healthy. Price fiO cuuts, trial bottles 10
LIST OIT LKTTURS IlKMAININ'fl UNCALLED
FOIl IN THE rOBTOKKICK AT CAIRO, ILL.,
KKIOAV, DKCUMUUIt 10, 1880. ,
Armstrong, Mary ; Rolen, Ella; Brady,
Elizabeth, Rrankle, Mary; Rebst, Carry;
Counts, Katie ;Clask, Lizzie ; Chancy, Annie ;
Derge, Vick; Dunn, Uriscilla; Donovan,
Agnes; Dugles, Mary; Everton, K; Emory,
Isabel; Fulton, Mary;Gipson, Lucy; Hunt,
Millie; Hughes, Relic; Oenmngs, Bartley;
Johnson, Luna ;Kel ley, Lourinda; Le desk,
Veto ; Long, Mary E ;McCallister, Elizabeth;
Maloney, I'; Perkins, Fannie; Preston,
May(2j; Perkins, Barbara d'arkcr, Parthen;
Parker, Sarah; Robertson, Mollie; Stich,
Louis; Smith, Muttie; Smith, Manda;
Thomson, Melissa, (2); Wade, Laura;
Woodward, Mattie; Walker, Sarah A;
Woodson, Mary; Young, Agnes.
Adkins, T. M; Avery, J. E; Audcrson,
Manlie; Bradficld, T. II; Boundraunt,
Dick; Brewer, John O; Balsby, George;
Broth-rick, Geo; Boland. Edward; Buyce,
Cyrus; Coleman, R; Clark, Tomy; Con
verse, Offa; Cullinan, Wall II; Coylc,
John; Cochran, John G; Davis, John;
Davis James R; Doebler, Harry; Dean,
II; Durubar, Harry; Fair, Sam;
Freeman, James; Greenly, T. C; Grahan,
Uob't; Gruys, Henry; Green, B; Henry,
George; Hersch, Rev. Dr. Emiel; Johnson,
Chas. E; Kilgor, Henry II; Knox, Geo. E;
Latta, Win, L; Latta, Wm; Mayor, John(2;
Martin, L. C; MacCarter, Johney; McFud-
den, Charles; Millard. Fred C; Neale,
Frank; Prodcn, Chas; Philips,
Frank; Porter, Lee; Philips, James;
Philips, Joseph; Pruett, P. M; Quain,
Robert; Rud, W; Ransom, Sam; Richmond,
Y. 31; Robinson, John; Starks, Thomas;
Stetson, Louise; Stout, John F; Shelton,
George; Scott, George M; Stewart,
Green(2); Stone, Geo; Sehenke, U. P;
Stevens, A. C; Taylor, E. I); Warren, Thos;
Wallace, L. C; Washington, Abraham;
Collins, Geo; Crana, II; Durfee, E.
II. Str; Lewis, Str. Fannie; McKee, Capt.
Persons calling for any of the above
named letters, will please say advertised.
Geo. W. McKeaio, postmaster.
The Right Application.
Mrs. D. Morrison, Farnham Center, P.
Q. writing about Dr. Thomas' Eclectric
Oil, says : "George Bell used it on his Bon,
and it cured him of rheumatism with only
a few applications. Tbe balance of the
bottle was used by an old gentleman for
asthma, with the best results. It acts like
a charm. Sold by Paul G.Scuch.
We desire to call the nttention to our
rentiers to the Grand Holiday Offer of the
Mendelssohn Piano Company, whose ad
vertisement appears elsewhere. This
Company offers an $830 Square Grand
Piano, :$ stringed; 7J octaves, in a hand
some rosewood case, for only $245; also
many other styles of Pianos and Organs at
great bargains for the Holidays, including
sheet music nt one-third price. These
Pianos, including Grand, Square and Up
right, made one of the finest displays at
the Centennial Exhibition, and were unani
mously recommended for the Diploma of
Honor and Medal of Merit. The Mendels
sohn Piano Co. are the first to do a general
business with the purchaser direct, saving
him more than one-halt the price charged
by other first class makers. This saving is
made by doing away with the Agency Svs
tern, and giving the people tho Pianos at
holesale or Agency prices. e would
recommend any ot our readers who have
any idea of ever buying a Piano or Orgnn,
to send for their Illustrated and Descrip
tive Catalogues, which will be mailed free
On Time as Usual.
Jones now goes to business regularly.
That attack of neuralgia that laid him up,
nnd which was only a fresh visitation of an
old enemy, disappeared, because he took a
friends advice and used Dr. Thomas' Ec
lectric Oil. Rheumatic pain, cuts, bruses
throat and lung complaints, etc., arc in
variably conquered by it. Sold by
Pavl G. Scum.
Who is Mrs. Wishlow. As this ques
tion is frequently asked, we will simply
say that she is a lady who, for upwards of
thirty years has untiringly devoted her time
and talents as a female physician and
nurse, principally among children. She
has especially studied the constiution and
wants of this numerous class, and, ns a re
sult of this effort, aud practial knowledge
obtained in a lifetime spent ns nurso and
physician, she has compounded n Soothing
Syrup, for children teething. It operates
like magic giving rest nnd hcnlth, and is
moreover, sure to regulate tho bowels. In
eonsequeuce of this nrtclo Mrs. Wiuslow
is becoming worhl-renowued ns a benefactor
of her race;childreu certainly do rise up and
bless her; especially is this tho
case in this city. Vast quantities of tho
Soothing Syrup nre daily sold and used
here. We think Mrs. Winslow has immor
talized her nnmo by this invnlublo article
and wo sincerely believe thousands of cl.il
ren have been saved from an early grave bo
its timely use, and that millions yet unbor
will share its ltencfltu, and unito in calliny
her blessed. No mother has dischargen
her duty to her suffering little one, in our
opinion, until sho has given it tho benefit of
Mrs. Winslow's, Soothing Syrup. Try it
mothers trt 4f now. Ladies' Visitor,
New York ciTy. Sold by all druggists. 25
cents a bottlo. . (1)
Sow liiar and Reaping.
When a young lady hems handkerchiefs
for a tichbacheloi, she sews that sho may
reap. When seeds of diseaso aro planted
through over Indulgence, you can prevent
the undertaker from reaping tho benefit by
using Spring Blossom. Prlco 00 cents
trial bottles 10 cents.
W. H. Tapi'an, ContracUr nnd Builder,
Ohio, Hiiyg : An KxcelslorKIdney Pad re
lieved mo of pain In tho side of fifteen years'
standing. Pleilso send mo another Pud.
C t ,. "
l.tlli it Mt I
A sharper went from town to town in
New Jim-land, taking from the public
library in each phi: o the most valuable
book that, he was pi ri.iiited to draw,
and finally si iiing I he accutiiulatiou of
rare volumes in R.imou.
Caroliua's Sweet Sixteen,
A curious petition was that addressed
in 17:s;S to the governor of South Caro
lina by sixteen maidens of Charleston.
It ran thus: "Tho humble petition of
all the maids whoso names are under
written. Whereas, we, the humble
petitioners, are at present in a very mel
ancholy disposition of mind, consider
ing bow all the bachelors aro blindly
captivated by widows, anil our own
youthful charms thereby neglected: in
consequence of this, our request is that
your excellency will for the future order
that no willows presume to marry any
young man till the maids are provided
for; or else to pay each of them a tine
for satisfaction for invading our liber
ties, and likewise a line to be levied on
all such bachelors as shall bo married
to widows. The great disadvantage it
is to us maids is that the widows, by
their forward carriage, do snap up the
young men, anil have the vanity to
think their merit beyond' ours, which is
a great imposition on us. who ought to
have the preference. This is humbly
recommended to your excellency's con
sideration, and hope you will permit no
further insults. And" we poor maids, in
duty bound, will ever pray." The for
lorn sixteen would have approved the
edict of the Portuguese king, which for
bade widows more than lifty years old
from remarrying, on the ground that
experience taught that widows of that
age commonly Wedded young men of
no property, who dissipated the fort
tines such marriages brought them, to
the prejudice of children and other rel
'' r Oriental Physicians.
The Oriental physicians are the great
est quacks in the world. Take the fol
lowing specimen of their profundity:
An emir, supposed to have tlie heredi
tary gift of healing, prescribed for a
patient, an upholsterre. lying at death's
door with the typhus fever. The next
day lie called to see his patient and
found, to his astonishment, for he had
given him up, that he was much better.
On inquiring into the particulars, the
convalescent told the emir that, being
consumed with thirst, he had drank a
pailful of the juice of pickled cabbage!
"Allah is groat!" cried the emir, and
down went tho fact on his tablets. The
doctor was soon after called upon to
attend another patient, a dealer in em
broidered handkerchiefs, who was ill
of the lame disease typhus fever. Of
course he prescribed a pailful of pickled
cabbage juice. The next day he learned
that the sufferer was dead. Whereupon
he made the following entry upon his
books: "Although, in eases of typhus
fever, pickled cabbage juice is an elli
cient remedy, it must in no case be
used unless the patient is an upholsterer.
It is evident to the Eastern sago that
his patient died because it wa-s his mis
fortune to deal in handkerchiefs instead
of sofa coverings.
Itching Piles Symptoms and Cure.
The symptoms are moisture, like pers
piration, ' intense itching, increased by
scratching, very distressing, particularly nt
night, as if pin worms were crawling in and
about the rectum; the private parts are
sometimes affected; if allowed to continue,
very serious results may follow. Dr.
Swaync's All-Healing Ointment is a pleas
ant sure cure. Also, for Tetter, Itch, Salt
Rheum, Scald Head, Erysipelas, Barber's
Itch, Blotches, all Scaly Crusty Cutaneous
Eruptions. Price 50 cents, 3 boxes for $1.25.
Sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price in currency or three cent postage
stamps. Prepared only by Dr. Swtiyne &
Son, 330 North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. Sold by all prominent druggists in
CViro and elsewhere.
Swaync's Pills aro the best for all bil
ious disorders. They wnrd off Chills and
Thousands ot women have been entirely
cured of the most stubborn cases of female
weakness by tho use ot Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound. Send to Mrs. Lydia
E. Pinkham, 233 Western avenue, Lyun,
Mass., for pamphlets.
The Anchor Line itonmcr
JOHN McCORD, : : : : : Master
Will U'tivo Cairo,
Saturday Eve's, December 11,
AtSo'clockp. ra. THO'S W. SHIELDS.
JOR NEW ORLEANS.
Tho Anchor Una Steumrr
BIXBY, :t:: ! : : Master.
Will lcavu Cairo
Saturday Eve's, December 11,
From No. 3 wharf-bout
Caiiio, Illinois, Decumhor, in. 1SS0.
Tho rcirultir annual inmitltnr of tho atiH'klioltli'rH
of the City National Hunk of Ci.lro. fur Hit' purport)
f olw.tliiB aovtin it Irt'ctora, will lit- lieltl HI tho of
Oca nf nul'1 Imnk. In till" clly.on TiiukiIiiv, .Jniiiia'y
ll,1Wtl. l'olla onon at 10 o'clock a. in, nutl clottu
nt 'I o, clock p. in. of mini tiny.
1U08. W. UALLIDAY, Cashier.
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PIMPLES AND BL0TC11ES::::::::::::::::::::::-
Mendelssohn- Piano Co.
Will make, for the next CO days only, a Grand Offer of
PIANOS AND OEGAKS.
StloO Square Grand Piano for only $:M5.
ST LE .i Ii-'I"fl,eot IJof-ewood cnae. t-Ioirantly flnlthrd. 3 ftrttipa7 M Ortavea full patent
' rantunU'Bjirinlt'H, our nw pati nt tiviTftrnnK irali-, hi-nntiliil raped Iff. and lyrohr-aiT
eerptrntlLO and lurco funry nionlilini; round ciiri-, full Iron Frame, French (irantl Artion, Grand Hm
tniTit, lu fact iviry linjirovi-nu tit which can In any wuy tei,d to the pcrfictlon of the Inftrumeuthai
yoiir prlro for thla Inntrument buxttl nnj delivered on board tho cara at New York COK flA
with tlnu I'lauo Cover, Stool aud Hook, only V-'0,Uv.
Thti Piano will he sent on teat trlnl. rii ae acrd reference 1 yon do not ai nrl money with order. Caeh
oer.t with ortl. r will lie- refunded and fn lehl t harder ; f,id i,v ua I oth waya If Hano U not Junt as rcp-rt-Hi-iiti
d in this aiivertlricrni-ut. Thousand. In lire, bend for Cntnlojue. Kvery Inistitininit fully war
runted fur five years.
S'tv. to l0 (with Stool. Cover and
t-ale rnrtory piin-a There I'lnDur nnule one ol the finert dirplnja at the Centennial
Erhlti Hon. imtl were uminimniuh riTiiniinenrli-il f.ir tin. liliih.i&t If
Sri:area contain onr New I'nient Scale, ihe pri-aic rl improvement In the hli-tory of f'lano making. Th
I pnuhlr nre ihe flnert in Ami-rlm. 'nrillvely we make the fl: cut Manor, of the richest tone and (treat
e.u durability. Thi y ure n r'.nmiertled l.y the highest h.umi al authnritlcr In the country. Over H,jO
lu ure, and not one diHatirfl.'d wircharer. All I'uinor and (irpanr rent on I" duya test trial freight
free If unritirfitrtorr. Irt n'l fatl tn write nr hefure buyinc. i'e.sltlvely we oiler the Dcrt barcalua. Cat
nloirtir: mailed free, llai.drrme Illurtrnted and Lieecrioilve C utukcue of 4h hiLtn mailed for 3c ttamp.
hvcry I'iuno fully warranted fi.r 5 yenrr.
Our "Parlor f.rand Jubilee Oruan," rtyle S5, la the flnert and rweetert toned Ileed
organ ever I'fleretllhe musical public It coiitninr Five Octaver. Five acta lieeda,
four of 2'i Octnvcr each, and one of three Ortavea. Thlrti-en Ktinm ilili r.'r.nil
f'r?nn Diapron. Mulodlii, Viola. 1 Inte.CeleMu. Imlcct, Fcho, Melntlla-Furte. Cclertlnn, Viollna, Flute
Forte, Tn mi.lo. llnind Orton end (irand-rweil. Knee isiopa Il' lgbt 74 inrher: Lenuth. 45 In; Width,
4 in : Weight. hii.Ted, ::ti() lb.. The rare Ir of roild walnut, veneered w ith choice wootlr, and ta of an
entirely new and bcnmiliil tlerlen . clahnratelr carved, wilh raUed pannelr, murlc cloret, lump stands.
Iretivork. Etc., all elegantly tlnii-hcd l ou'eHu r the latect and bert imiirovementa, with great power,
d' plh. brlllihuey ai,d n mpieliitii qttnlily r.f loiie. Hentitiful rolo tflecla ard perlect rtop action.
Ki-L-ular renil prire $JS5. 'ur wholesale ml cafh price to have it introduced, with etnol and book,
only $"iT ar one organ relic otherr. I'orillvelv i.o devintli.ii m price jvr payment reqtiind tiltll yon
have fully terted the Qrg: n ir your own home.' We tend t II Orpnnr on 15 (Ibtb left trial and pay freight
ooihwina if instrument IrnolHH reprerentcd, Fnllv warrant! d for A veara Other ilvlea-Hrtop or
gan only $(;:.; 9 rtnp. .',: 14 rtoj.r, ?ir Over li-J.'O' fold, and evcrv Organ bar piven the fullcrt fat
ifuctiou. llluatrnted circular mailed tree. Factory and wareroomr. 87th St. and 10th Avo
STTFFT AIINIf1 o'le-lhlrtl price. Catalogue of 30 o choice plicea rent for Sc g'nmp. Tola
MJiiiXix .utiOlo Cntalogue liicindcH mort of the popular murlc of the day and every variety of
musical comporitlon, by the bert authors, Addrcrr, '
MENDELSSOHN PIANO CO., P.O. box 2058, New York City.
WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY OF IT.
Geo. Mutchler. Marion, O., says: It beats
Daniel Hoffman, a farmer, near Marion.
Wr. X. Palmer, 141) Morgan street, Buffalo, N. Y., Says: My child whs taken with a
Cough, in its severest bnni, ami Dr. Thomas' Eclectric, Oil heuu the only remedy at hand,
I began giving it according to directions, and it gave immediate relief, and the child
slept well the remainder ot the night. I have used it in my family with complete-success.
Sold by all Druggists.
(Jo to PAUL G. SC'IIUH, Druggist,
Dyes. For brightness and durability
pounds, price 15 cents.
Cuke Your Kackache.
And nil diiienres of tho Kiilnt yr, Bladder tnd
t'rlnury Organs by wearing, the
Improved Excelsior Ktdney-Pud
It Is a MARVEL of HEALING aud RELIEF
Simple, Sensible, Direct, Pain
It f 'URKH v. here all elro falls. A REVELA
TION and HIIVOLI TION In Mullein.. Abrorp
linii or direct ap llc.itlon. it a oppored o uu
raildl'nctory Internal medicine.. Setid for our
treutlre on Kidney trouble., rent free. 8md hy
druggists, or rent by muii, uu receipt of price,
This ia the RATES & HASLEY,
anSttST.'.!! 131 Madison Mreet,
Ask lor It and CHICAGO, ILL.
lake no other.
Managers for tho Northwest.
14.1 t, ,iJA
E C PTiUEE
DR. .1. A. SHERMAN AND THE ONLY DR. SHERMAN known to the public for the part 96 yaws
nr mure for Mrriifcrsrinl method of Ireattus Itu pi ure without Ihe annoianct and injury trnrrra la
flict. mnv bo consulted nt bis olllce. St. I.oulr, Mo., until tne tOlb ol Doceoibcr, after that at bla New
a ork uRii'fl. Ofllce nddiesa In tho H. Lotus rlty m wspuperr.
Mr. U F, (leorge, Attortiey-al l.nw. Kent. I iilon t o , Iowa, Irenti d by Pr. Sherman it hi St. load
ofllce, wrlirs: "llnvliitt used your Ktiptiint tresttueiit. and having bteu pcrnianetitlr cured, I bar
spoken highly of lis merits and reciinuiitinl It to my frleiitls."
Dr. Sherman Is tho dhcoverer ol the only known cure for Rnpttiro bv lcxal external treatment.
No man tarafu wlio has a Rupture, nu matler bow llislgi Iflcant lmmar i-onrlilvr It, for every man wh
hits died from it once flatteied lilmself that It was hut a trifling ailment; and every man who row anf
fers from Itand the lnnry of trustier, to inch an extent that 1 1 to baa no enjo) mints, once regarded It an
onwnrtuy stiecliil attention. It Is not a rtaud-rtlll fllictlon : It is rteatllly prorrerrive, even unto death,
and ho is wine who Hikes the nor.ereary stc s to be ifl'cctuully reliuvcd uf It bi fore the day of raffcrln, and
gloom cornea upon him '
I'litlontB from abroad can receive treatment and lenve for heme same day. During treatment any kind
ot active exercise or labor can be periottnetl without Interfering with the treatment, and wlih r.fety
from tho dangers of rtranculutetl Ktiptiiro HIS HOOK ON Rl'I'll RK glvna tho mnrl reliahl
proofs from dlrilngtilshcd prol'esrloiinl gi ntli men. cltri jmen and mt tclmt ts 1 1 bla rnceersfnl ptacllce
and popu'ariiy therufrum tbrotiehnut this cuuntry aid lliu Weit ludlii. Theitlllcted should read it an4
Inform themselves. .
It Is Illustrated with photographic liucnceroe of extremely bad ensca before tud after cure, and ieall4
to thoro w ho send 1U cents,
231 Broiulwny.Cor. Murray Street, N.Y., and 43 Milk Street, Boston.
Beware of certain conodouct men and impostors who represent Ihauistlvet a Or. SherviB
, .,,,, Lj
m I a.... ft..,...
( Mt r (
Books. All rtrlrtly Firt claim and aold at Whole
everything ho has ever tried for Rheumatism
Ohio, pays it cured him of a sore throat of S
PIUCE 50 cents and $1.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freemans' New National
of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 8
Cures by ABSORPTION (Natorc's way
Til K0AT DISEASES.
Jt. IJlttVKS INTO tho iyitcm curative agcntl
and healing niedleliier.
It Ob AW s FROM Hie diseased ports the poliona
that cause death.
THOUSANDS TESTIFY TO ITS VIRTDEb.
You can be Relieved and Cured
Don't derpalr tititlt yon have tried this tenalble,
Kuslly Applied and RADICALLY B F
F H h T I' A L Remedy
So (I by tlrtti-'glsls, or si nt by roall on receipt f
prlco, t!M , by
Scud forTurtlEATFS A 1IANLT5Y
intiultilaand our1', Vi- c. ' .
book '-Threo 1.J4 Madison Street,
Mini...... Year" CHICAGO, ILL.
Munagcra for tho Nonhwcst.
ua r n to