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COXSILM I'TION, CO V(i 1 1 S,
COLDS, ASTHMA, ll0n
All disease of the Throat, Lut.g.. anil Pulmotury
I'SE ACCORDING to I) I lil'CTION.S.
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V iw in the must pit ussm and ,r.ifitHiiiii
iuir- known, Ji.Ti!iini! in w
ft Capital n.t n u ir-'! V: wi'l fumi-ii
VL everything Jlun duy and upwurds i ct
" easily liiadi: without ' fl.iyiin; iwnv frittu
home owr iilutil, n rick wIiuii 'mt. Mm:y j. i-v
work,T wnhli il t iiikiv Many nrn innkiii 1,,,-t-UtK
lit the liU;in-iii". I. Mil, " II, ..Li? I," r: t ! t ' tl .'id
incii, find v on i .' lmj iu:il unl tnuK'' . ri'ni :. v , Nn
nut! wlio Ih williiii! t.i work tmli- to I . (tin; " niur.'
minify fvi-ry iliiy ll.nl, t ar, W- ii. , wi-i-lc nt hi,)
.t fn-r in jil oyim-iit . 'I luin hti i ii..i( nt tun.'
flnti :i 'hurt rmi to f,,r line-. AlJr-- II.
HA 1.1. KIT & I'd., I'ortlmul Mini,.-
MRS. LYDLA E. PINKHAM:
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
For all Female Complaints.
Thi pirfwrMl'in, lu Iti ruuns .liftiM, f.,ruit. of
Vi-h'i tAl,li- lT"i"Tlln that aru l.nrn;H tu tlie muat del'
Irate lDTkll.J. one trial tli nu rlt. of Dili Com
fKiund will x reonriuti J, aa relief li Immrdiatu i and
wtirn lea qh to cuiitlnui 1, In ulniy.Dae ra-8 la a bun.
dnMl. a rmumi-ntnin.lnr(TirU'i!,antliounanflii will t
tifjr. On airmmt of Itn mrrn rnrriu. It l to-tlsy rv
rnnunrnilnl aDd t,rt riUd by tbfl bt hyi!cian In
It will cum enttrrly th worrt fnrnj rf falling
cf the nU'rut, lyurorrho-a, Irrrtrular and painful
UrnMroatliin.allOvarfAnTrouUii, lnflanimaUon and
Clrcratlon, floodliKTsallPUiilaomtinta and tli run
M)uent .ilual wraluivw, and 1 o.iwlally adatrt to
tlir Ctianm uf Iifr, It will dlsaoUr and CJ I tumor,
from tlio uUrmilnan wirly lUct of di Ti'lii,mcnt. The
trndrnry to ranrrroua L union there li clltckcd very
Klil) y IK ut.
In fart It line prnTl to ) the (rrrat
t and brtt mnrdy that hu errr brnn discover
ed It penucati eTery portitiu of tbefyrti'in, and tf'ee
acw llfi'andTljjor. It rrmuTrefalntnrw.natiilrnry, do
flroyi allcraTiiig fur ilraulaalj.and nileTce wtkotne
tt the timiarh
run,. IlloatinK, IlNularhrii, Srirmie rrontratlon,
Ueurral Debility, lt-epli nmt, Dcprrw,inn ai.d Indl
putlon. That feeling of brarlng down, taiuilnK pain,
eltftit and barkachr, In alo ayi ix'rniant ntly ctin d by
lUiue. Itwlllatalltlmra, audunilerall rlrrumtan
rce, act In harmony with the law that truverne the
Por Kidney Complaint, nf either wt thin compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
1 prepared at 553 and SM Wetarn Afenuo. I.ynn, Man..
lYiee Six boltUn for o. tknt by mail in the
f orm of plll, atoo In the f unn of Lorenpen, on receipt
r price, 01.00, per hot, fur either. Mr.. 1'INKUAM
freely amrwers all littcni of inquiry. Fend for pam
phlet. Addremaeabove Jfrnfinn (M ;hi;kt.
No family Miould be without LVDIA K. I'l.NKIUM'
LIItriIJ3. Tliey rum Conntlpntlon, Biliuutnew
and Torviuity of the Uver. Si 01 nU per but,
KIC'llAKDSON ic CO., it. Lmiii-. Mo.
Wlioleniti hiumiIk for LYDIA K. l'INKHAM'.S
Uiirt Mil III Hi M
lumitile from a nlmplp Troplilrnl Leaf nf Jfirj
Valuu mill Is a rOMITlVK Kummly for all tlio .1 Ih.
fawn that cuiwn pniiin In tlia lower purt. of tliu
body for torpltf Liver lluiitlaetion-ilaiitiillcc
DlasxInitN. (travel, Malaria, ami nil other (Illllciilllt'S
of ihii Klilneyn, Liver und Urinary Oruan. Kor
Fumalo DiKi'ftn'j, Monthly McnHtriuitioiif, mill riu
rlu rrounnncv, It lian uo equal, It, re'torm tlio
orKittio tint make thu lilooil, iintl linnce in t int lient
Bloorl I'urlfytir. H In 1 bo only known ri medy that
enree llrl((lit llcno, Kor Dlatiutts, lino War
nir'n H ii I'e DlnbetenCura, t
Kor nule liy DriiKitlntn anil nil (leittors at ?1.'"i per
kottln, Larirent boltlenln tliu nmckct. 'i'rvlt.
U, lii WAUNKlt it CU KuchMlw; N.Y.
lfsr,--n M I mm
THE DAILY BUIiLETIN.
How to Treat a Friglitenecl Hone.
A 111:111 wlio luis lul l iiiucli oxncriiTPO
!n itiii'.in'jin lior-i's, says: "Wlii'in v
er iii'i'v'iiii liorsi'UK'ii notii'o lli'.'ii' lirso
dlivctiti' hU cfir to ran point whnt
('.'it, or iii'iiealing tlio hii';!iti'-t liipn
hilimi to hi'i'iiiiit! cfniiil, 1 1 tli'-in, in
ht'.'a I of jiuHiii Hits n-iii t Lriu tlio
liorvi Iiiwiiril tlio olijcct. cnM'iiifC i!. m-r-Mii,i!r-i,
1 j 1 1 1 1 it, on tin; o'Ik r siii', This
will ii:4n:itly ilivci't tl.n isit.'iitioit of lint
holMf fl'ol.'l th(' olij''Cl V.iiiirll i i-M'itill
Ji i h im jilfiot), iiml in niii' 'y-iiit:f rp.-ii
out fif u hmnlroil tim liors,; will jipy no
more utti-.'itioii to tliu fil.ji'i'i, from wiiicli
lin will l!y :iwiiy if forcibly ilriwn !i it
by puling on tin; wron I'l'in. 'i in- ,nw
t !.: Ilio.-t jUT-ions Ikivo of f.irrin a
liorsi' up to tin- oliji'ct, fi'iglitiniiiijriU Uan
Kuroiw mill u-ii'li'ss." , . ..
Mr. I'inill.iy Dun, a nii'tii'icr of ilm
rovnl iiriiailiural coiiiiiii-iou in I'.ii
'jliin'l, M iti'-i that llii'ou;iioiit, the mill
laml urvl ca-ti'rn coiinlii; airl in sonui
(if till! HOllthl'lll COlitltit'S tllf! Hliitiol of
the English frtninT is criliial, ami
rhow.s littli! siti of nmi'ir.ln.i'iit. To
Tt inttri" Knlisli farming ! iJi-ci ariuiis
ami mure jirolitalilc, Mr. Dan iv ':u-
nicixh rt; titer (livcr.-i'y. I. I j 1 1 ' t
ciii'i' than hi ri-tofur inu.t In; on
iii ahlu cailtnrc; lc- wlicat mn-t If i-n-eraily
irrown; nior' li st K-k Hin t In;
n nrt'il a-i'l f-'l; liion' ilaii's ii!'.', vi'u'"t
iililo, ami fruit ciilturo li:1: i l.n- ,:'di
Mit.- I. 'J Ii : oM hmN of Kii'.'laii.l Ik;
consiiliT- coiiiil 11, it he 1 ; 1 1 j ' 'l 1 1 i 1 1 a I ly
firnii' I oil tli'' rott.'.'ii ati'l iva'ly sy-tftn
siii"'i-.-ful in this country, 'l'hcy n
(I'lini iiicrca-in capital, .skill, aii'l n
hoiircc to nialiit! tlicni yield even a fair
reward for the labor CNiiernl'd on tln-iii.
Forthe ai!vaii!an of lauillords, tenant'',
tim cum;' ini'ity ut lanre, in fact, Mr.
Dun think that the old laws of entail
and iiiiiioeiiitiirc rliould be cither
aholi-iieil orso (dian'cil us to suit the,
requirements of modern times. They
were "Hid enough in their day, but
their ifay U "jnnc The i'.-litoii of the
English fanners lias bceonie a national
(juestion. J:iiii1ened farm eioi, ilis
ea.se itinon live stuck, andoilii-rcaiises
have eoinbineil to shritil; Km.'IMi farm
returns from SlWt.tmuii-A'M
Ainbiguitiea of Language.
We may excuse the foreigner if, in
speaking our lanua'e, Lc occasionally
misapplies an ambiguous word, however
odd it may sound. Dr. Chalmers once
rntertsinei'l a distinguished ruest from
Switzerland, whom he asked if ho would
be helped to "kinpered salmon.'' The
foreign divine asked the meaning of the
uncouth word "kippered," and was told
it meant 'preserved." Soon after the
Swit.er made use of this newly-ae'juired
expression in a public prayer, w hen ho
offered a petition that a certain divine
mi'ht Ion;; be kippered to the Free
Church of Scotland." Here i another
example of a possible inisi'outruition
of lan.'ti.ii'e. "I fear,"' said a country
curate to his flock, "when I explained to
vou in my last charity rennon that plfe
lanthrnpy was the love of our specie,
you must have under-tood im- to say
specie frmn the srna!!ncs of the collec
tion. Vou will prove. I hope, by your
present contribution that you are no
longer laborinjr under the same mis
"Giye me foggles.''
A well-known lady artist, resident in
Koine, relates that standing one day
near the statue of the Appoilo Helvidere,
she suddenly became aware of tlio pres
ence of a country-woman. The new.
comer, a well-to-do looking American
woman introduced herself as Mr3. Hag
gles, of , Miouri, and then asked:
"Is this the Apollo Piclvidere?"
Miss H. testitied to the identity of the
work, and the tourist then said:
"Considered a great statue?"
The interrogated lady replied that it
was generally thought to be one of the
m:istcrpieces of the world.
"Yes," resRinded the now amazed
artist. "It is said to be one of the
noblest representations of the human
"Well." exclaimed Mrs. Haggles, clos
ing her liadeker, and with arms akimbo,
taking a last and earnest look at the
marble, "I've seen the Apollo Ilclvidere
and I've seen Haggles, and give me Hag
gles." H II llll 1
Mad at the Way she was Saved.
"Don't go on that log," screamed the
ma-seuline attendant, as one of the dam
sels walked out on the careening limb
of an old dead tree, which lay diagon
ally with the bank.
"Why?" Hut she kept ongoing.
"It will turn with you!" shinned the
"How can it?" and the line, with a
long sweep of the polo descended into
Just then there was a slight oscilla
tion of the log, two dainty feet swept
from under a cloud of skirts, a sylph
like form bent gracefully to the treat h
erou8 flood, aim, with a stilled scream,
body midfeet disappeared from view.
Hut" for a moment only. The next in
stant, like the twin extremities of a pair
of scissors, two symmetrically modeled
feinalu continuations appeared above the
surface, bobbed ubout a second, and
then sank again, lly this time the gen
tleman was in the water, and by good
fortune managed to get hold if the
gaiter clad feet, and was tugging away
manfully in the direction of the bank.
Hut the unfortunate lady seemed to be
turned wrong side out, and dragged
heavily, like an inverted umbrella. Hut
a landing was made at bust, and the
young lady, like a capsized sailing ves
sel, was put right side tip with care. As
soon, however," as she had regained her
usual balance, she turned furiously up
on her rescuer.
"You wretch! Why did you pull mo
out by the feet?"
"Heeiuise I couldn't get hold of nnv
other part of yon. You seemed to be till
"Sir! How dure youP"
"I beg pardon, but really I did the
best I could."
The subject was too delicate to con
tinue, but it wiw evident that the lady
and her friends were excessively indig
nant. No apologies could conciliate
them, and it was in a tone of Inexpressi
ble sorrow that ho said in turning away:
"If you ladies will persist In turning
upsido down when you gel Into thu wa
ter, 1 can't help It.
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORXING, DECEMBER 15, 1880.
WIT AND HUM0B.1 ;.'
An exchange, calls tlio watermelon
"that luscious capsule of pink moisture.'
A man may get mad and strike at a
flea with n crowbar, but bo's always
sorry for it afterward.
Patrick on the zebra. 'That kind of
a baste is Hint tlio luulo wid his ribs
on tho outside of his shkin ciitoirly."
Tlio man who can hum a hymn while
jointing stove-pipo is good enough to
walk right into full membership iu any
church, without probation.
A celebrated wit was asked whylio
did not marry a young lady to whom ho
was much iitim h'cd. "I know no rea
son," replied he "except the great re
gard we have for each other."
There is a knock at the front door,
and the colored person says to the lady
of the house: "Is you de white ooman
w hat told a colored gcinmaii you was
look in' for a colored lady to wash your
clothes by the inuiiil.'" Galveston
The following letter was received by
an undertaker recently from an alUicteil
widower: "Sur my" wiaf is ih-d and
wonts to be berried to-morrow at Wmier
klock. U nostiwair to dig the Hole
by the said of my two other wiaf-. - let
it be deep."
There :uv some scenes almost too
pure and sacred to be viewed liy li.e j
thoughtless world, line ol lueill i: a
two-hundrcd-pound woman v.itii a mole
on her chin "talking baby" to an
ounec-and-a-half canary bird in a bruss
A Scotch minister, in one of Lis paro
chial visits, met a cow boy, and asked
him what o'clock it was. "Ab-ut
twelve, sir," was the reply. "Weil."
remarked the minister, "t thought it
was more." "It's never any mures
here," said the boy; "It just begins at
Train up a child in the way that he
shall go, and it may turn out that way
in the long run, but all the precept and
example ever promulgated can't save
him from the sheepish, awkward feeling
sure to seize him when ho goes .'park
ing the lirst time.
When a country editor, who is strug
gling along trying to rear a large family
and build up a" town on an income of five
hundred a year, discovers that a base
ball pitcher hauls iu four thousand dol
lars for the season, it makes him tit
down on a roller-box and think.
There is an ingenious theory abroad
that the scalpelte, as the barbers call it,
the foretop as it ued to be styled when
ladies spoke their mother tongue, is
worn bv women whose own hair is
abundant, bimply to preserve it. No
man ever accepted that theory, but the
girls like to put it forward.
German papers are in a hilarious up
roar over the following story: A He
brew mother ni'hed to a Hebrew father
with, "Abraham, the child has swal
lowed the silver coin you gave him, and
is like to die." The 'father, true to his
racial instincts, sought to comfort his
better half by saying, "No matter, my
dear, it was only a gounterfeit."
When you meet a young man who is
smoking'a cigar it is your duty to stop
him. and say. Young man, that cigar
contains acetic, formic, butyric, valeric
and proprionie acids, prussio acid, ore
OM.te. carbolic acid, ammonia, sulphur
etted hydrogen, pyridine, virodine, pic
f.lciie and riibidenec. to say nothing of
cabbagine and bnrdockic acid. He
niav stick to the cigar, but you have,
dune your duty in the premises.
I want to tind out who is the master
nf this house," said the man with a book
under his arm to the vinegary-looking
woman with a pointed nose ami a very
small tnii-knot w ho opened the door for
him. 'AVell. stranger." she said with
arms akimbo, "you just walk around
into the back-vard, and ask a little
soiiidle-shaiikeil deacon you'll lind
there fix in' up the grape-arbor, and
he'll tell vou if I don't boss this ranch
lie don't know who does, Now what
do you want with me'.1"
A lhiufi-liter llesciied.
A Frankfort (Ky.) physician write:
Some months ago the daughter el one of
our piomincnt citizens was pronounced a
hopeless consumptive. She whs very much
reduced in flesh; terrible cough, her life
gradually wanting away. I recominenda;d
her to use "Dr. Swayne's Compound Syrup
cf Wild Cherry," which she did. In a
short time she was tree from all cough and
otlur symptoms, and is now rosy and
healthy. Price 2" cents and 4s 1 a bottle or
li bottles .;. The large size is the most
economical. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne
& Son, Philadelphia. Sold by druuuists.
An occasional dose of "Swayne's Pills''
should be taken to keep the bowels free.
They are excellent for torpid liver and bil
ious complaints. Sold by all the Cairo
druggists. ' (21 '
Stop That Coiigli.
If you nre suffering with a cough, cold,
nsthnia, bronchitis, hay fever, consumption,
lnss of voice, tickling in the throat, or any
iiffcction of the throat or lungs, use Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption.
This is the great remedy Hint is causing so
(illicit excitement by its wonderful cures,
curing thousands of hopeless cases. Over
one million bottles of Dr. King's New Dis
covery have been used within the lust year,
und have given perfect satisfaction in every
instance. We can unhesitatingly say that
this is really the ouly sure cure for iluoat
and lung affections, and can cheerfully
recommend it to nil. Call and get a Hal
bottle free of cost, or n regular size for ill.
For sale by George E. O'llaru. Drugget,
Cairo, 111.' U)
The L'lglii Appllciilioii.
Mrs. H. Morrison, Fiuiiham Center, P.
Q. writing about Dr. Thomas' Eeleclrie
Oil, says: "George Hell used it on Ins son,
and it cured him of rheumatism with only
a few applications. T!io balance of the
bottle was used by an old gentleman ir
nsthmn, with the best results. It acts 1, :o
ft charm. Sold by P,u;i, G. S ui.i!
Why has llonnvoputhy become so pc i
lnr? lletause iheir medicines are ho , -y
to take: and this is one reason why (torlci'a
Little Elver Pills are so very' populur.
Everybody likes tliun.
W. A. TiTt.'H, 02 Ashland Avenue, Toledo",
Ohio, says: "My wife is now as strong as
ever, her regained health being directly duo
to the use of thu Excelsior Kidney Pud.
Wo can heartily recommend It to all kidnev
J troubled persons." Seo Adv.
To all who are sufl'i ring from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will cure you, free of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Ib v. Joseph
T. Imu'in, Station D, New York City.
On Time us Usual.
Junes now goes to business regularly.
That attack of neutalgia that laid him up,
and which was only a fresh ifitution of an
old enemy, disappeared, because he took a
fiicnds advice and used Dr. Thomas' Ee
lectrie Oil. Hlaiimatic pain, cuts, biuses
throat anij lung complaints, etc., are in
variably conquered by it. Sold by
Pai l G. S iu ii.
A Happy Eestonitioii.
I can trulv say that I owe my present ex
istence and happy restoration to the hopes
find joys of i if,., to the use of Warner's Safe
Kidney and Liv, r Cure, and I say to every
one suffering from any manner of kidney,
liver or urinary trouble, "L'..e this remedy
W. E. Sanfokd.
II illy, N. Y.. Feb. 2,-, lso.
Dr. K'im 's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the fine for all Nttve Disease),
All fits stopped free. Send to (l.'il Arch
street, Philadelphia, Pt nn.
How's the Itaby.
"How's the bain ?" "His croup is better
this morning, thank you. We cave him
some Thomas' Eelec trie Oil as you advised,
doctor, and shall give him some more in an
hour or so." Next day the doctor pro
nounced the youngster cured. Sold by
Pall G.St ii lh.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound has dune thousands of women more
good than the medicines of many doctors.
Itisa positivecure lor all female complaints.
Send tu Mrs. I.vdiu E. Pinkhum.
ISOOTS ANI SHOES
I I. BLOCK
VantiUitur. r und dealer in Cuniom-made
.HOOTS and SHOES.
Finest and Neatest
stock of Custom
Made Hoots und
Shoes for Hoys'and
Men's wear to he
found in the city.
Xo other shop can
compare with it.
N. I) All work warranted, and Repairing neatly
done oa ptioit notice.
Vin-litli Cf Hi tween Commercial and
rilHIHII Ol.. VahiiiL'toii Ave.
.Mayor N. II. Thinllewoixl.
Treniiurer Edward Dexonlv
clerk Di'iinln. J. Foley.
t'oiiimultjr--Wui. II. Gilbert.
Miimlinl J. II, Koh'iiMon.
Attorney William llendrifkf .
HOAKll Of Al llKHMtS.
First Ward M. J. (In lev. I'eter Saup.
Second Ward David T. "Lineunr, Jennc lllnklc,
Third Ward-Ejihert Smith. II. F. Hlnku.
Fourth Wttrd-l'tiarleH O. Pallor, Adolpb Swo
hoda. Fifth Ward-T. V. Uallldav, Ernct Ii. Pottit.
Circuit ,liiili;.-n. J. Ilaker.
Circuit Cleik-A. II. tmn.
Couiuy ,Iinli!i! K. H. Yin-urn.
County Clerk S. J, lliimm,
County AHorupy ). M. Iinmrun.
County TrvaKiirer Miles S. Parker.
County CuiuniinNloncre T. V. flalllday, J A.
M. (ilbbn. Samuel lirllcy.
CJIINEItAL DKLIVEli'Y open . :a0 a. m. ; clo.en
J ii:.f) p in.; Sunday: S to It a. ut.
.Money Order Department open ut 8 ft, m. ; clonei
it It p. in.
Thmnh Kxprenn Malln via Illluoln Central 3:40
Mlnnlnnlppl Central Hallroadn clone at. 0 p. m.
Cairn and Poplar UlutV ThrouRU and Way Mall
Clones at 1 p. m.
Way .Mall via Illinois Central. Cairo ami Vln
renni'i" and Mlnn.nnippl Central llallroadn clone at
IM p, tn.
Way Vail fur Narrow Ci:ui''c Ilallroad clonea at
s:?0 i. in.
Cairo and Evannvlllp Klvr tVmte r.lonen ul 2:30
, ni, d!iv (t-xeupt Frldiiv).
WOUNDKY, MACHINE SHOP AND
Vulcan IrtON "Wokks
! OHIO LKVKK. CAIKO.IIX.S.
John T. Roimie,
" f AVISO entalillnhert hm worki t. thu ahovn men
II Honed plaro in heller prepared than ever foi
miinnfiifturlni: Mleain Knultien mid Mill Wiehlnory.
llavlinf a stteum Hammer and ampin Tonln, the
manufaetiire of all kimlnof Mucblnory, Kallroad,
Htnanibont and lirldije Korulniin nudu a riot'lalty.
Knpeclal attontlon iflveu (o repaint of it iluenind
llrann t'antlnitn of all kind mado lo ordei
Pipit K Ulna In all lubranohci.
Mendelssolm Piano Co.
Will make, fop the next CO daysonly, a Grand Offer of
PIA.TSTOS .AHSTD OEGANS.
So'iO Square Grand Piano for only $2 1.1.
STYLE .') 'lu'iililcentlioniinoodciine. elenuilly fiiilrbcd, P, nlrlnpnT I-'t Oclaven full patent
... , rH"'"1'" '"-"'I'V"' '"ic new PHttnt uverntrtini! mule, beiiiitiliil cnrct Ur und lyre heavy
nerpenliiie and !ari:e fumy mouldiiitr round cane, full In.n Frame, French (.riinit Artlon, Ornud llarn
!."' adlll'd ltU'ri ' ,l"',r,,v,:nu'"t wlllc1' cu" ""Y uy lend to tho perfection of thu InntrumenthaH
5.f'V,'lri.VrlKt?Vr Hil" InHtnimi'iit JioximI nnj doUvorutl uii boHrcJ thu cam nt Ne.w York (ii)tt Ml
voili flnu Pliino Cover, Muni and Boob, only cJl.J.UV.
I'liiHl'iiiiio will he nenl on lent trial. Pleanc send reference 1 you do not nend mnnrv with order. Canh
M i.t w llh ord. r w ill be refiiMli d and freinl.t i hurfi n paid l y unbolli wnys if 1'lnt.o In' not lurt an rep
renenied III lliln uilvertlnenit lit. 'thousands in unu. fceiitl for C 'itluloLMic. Eveiy inntitiniint fully war
rimteu tor live yeurn. '
1)1' t VCJ Si.' toMiiwth r
J. JLAlNUo M'v '1"''irJ'i"1?1'
n I here l'ini.tis
u . , iiiii.niiiii'iiMi rettiiiiiiieiioi ii inr tne iiiiihfnt llonorn. 'I he
Siiunri fi contain our New Piin nt .Sea e, the tn iin-n iinproi. nn tit In the history of Piano making. Tha
I pfl'.-hln are I lie hiient ill America. Ponillvely we make I lie fliwnt Piiinoi., of the richest 1ono imcl creat
est uiin.hl.ily. I hey are reci ninieniled by the hiehi ht inuslciil aiithcrllli n in the ri.linlrv. Over H.0M)
II use, iind not one dsiiiisili-d purchuKi r. Ail Piunon and Cumins cent on f, days tent trlul-frclcht
I fi'f 1 1 It 11 y 11 1 1 u fn r 1 1 ii'i. hoi,'! IV I 1.1 .li,. ,,,1 I...C. 1..,...'.. . i, . -, . .r.
, ,,' "i, , 1 us in 1., re
7. ..r,,n- i.iunninti ui.u i.en
Lvery Piano Itiliy warranted for 6)cara.
0!ir"I'urlor (irand Jubilee Oiim," style ?.:, in the Unci and sweeten toned Heed
(ir-Mi t er nllered the musical public It contains Five Octave., l'lvo sets liced,
four tlf Ortiiven eilrb. mill nin. i.f On, ll,.,, ,.u 1 ku. l:... ., .. t.u A
Ornaii-DiapKin, M. lodi,,, Viola. I lule.Ccli stc, Dulcet, Lcho, Melinlin Forte, '( ele.tlua. Vlollna, Flute
boili', 1 n lin.lii. (irand-Orei.n and (;rand-well. Knee Sloen IMi-ht '1 inehi.u- !i.n,.ih in. u-i,iii,
I in: cluhl, biixid. "till ills. Thecase in of nuliil
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....... , inn, ,,, m ,,,, 1 rt..i,i-seii'eii. r 111
itun only Sli.-,; It slops. s.-,; 14 Htopn, SU.V Ovwr II'.M
isliicilou. llliistrnted circular inuiled tree. Factory
. ui.u iieatiutiii uesiyn. em unrii leiy carveti, w 1 1 ii rnlseil pannels, tniinic clone!, lump stand.
1 ,i"r, ' hUWMy lltiished. Potic-sse Hut latest and best lniirovenier,tn, with treat power,
ib-lith, lirilliiincy imtl nyinpnilu-lie tjiiallly of time. I'eiiiitiliil mlouiecls and perfect Hop action
ll.'irularru'all price S'.NI. Our ; wholesiile nel cash ptlcc to hnve It Inlrediiced. with ntonl aid hook,
only S'i-iis one opm sells lolhers. Posiuvily 1 1, ii!t 1, 111 prit e 1, 1 in rr.t nt remind 1:1.1 il you
Ir.vr hilly I, I li.. utl" II ie vtilirr.wn lit,li,i. W l..i,I , II 11 - .... 11 .... .-1..1' 1 .i..i. .
SHEET AITSrr, 0",'' llllrl1 1,rlr,'!' Cunnoiaieorimo choice pit res sent for 3c n'unip. Thi
. . - 1 1 lJx-'l nlnloi-'ue includes mo-t of the niinuliir liuisli: of the tlav and evt rv vnrietv of
musical composition, by the bent authors, Address,
3IENDELSS0IIN PJANOCO., WO. l.ox 20.)!!, Ntiw York City.
1 M i
CuiiE Y0Ui JLVCK'ACIIE.
And all disease of the Kidneys, Bladder and
Vrinnry Oryunn by wearing the
Improved Excelsior Kidney-rad
It Is a MAItVEL of HEALING and I! lv LIEF
Simple, Sensible, Direct, Tain
It CITKF.H where all else falls. A UEVELA
'HON and UEVOI.t TloN In Medicine. Absorp
tion or direct application, a opposed Ui un
satisfactory internal medicine... Semi for our
treatise on Kidney trouble, sent free. Soul by
linguists, or Bt ul by mall, on receipt ol price,
Thin I the HATFS & HAN'T PY
nine Kidney Pad lo MildlSOU StlTCt,
Ask for It and CHICAGO, ILL.
taku no other.
Mauacer for thu Northwest.
E CLE C TBI C
WHAT THE PECl'IESAYOl'lT.
Geo. Mutehlcr, Marion, ()., says: It beats
Daniel Hoffman, a farmer, near Marion,
W. N. Palmer, 141) Morgan street, Huff,ilo, N. Y., Says: My child wb taken with &
Cough, iu its severest form, and Dr. Thomas' Eelectrie Oil being the only remedy at hand,
I beiriii) giving it according to directions, and it gave immediate relief, and the child
slept well the remainder of the night. I have used it in my family with complete
Sold by all Druggists.
Go to PAUL G. SCIILTI, Druggist,
Dyes. For brightness and durability
pounds, prico 15 cents.
11K. J. A. SllEHMAN AND THE ONLY DH. SHE KM AN known to the public for thu pant 38 years
or more for his successful method of treiitlui: Kupturn without thu annoyance and Injury trusses Is
fliet, inny be consulted at hi oflice, St. Louis, Mo., until the iiiilU ol December, alter that at hit New
York ofllcti. Oflice address iu the SI. Louis city newspapers.
Mr. II K, Oeoruu, Attomey al Law, Kent, Viiloti Co., Iowa, treated by Dr. Sherman al hi 8t. Looi
oflice, writes: "llavlnit tinud your ltiipltiru treatment, aud havlnn been permanently cured, I har
spoken hlchlv of its merit und recommend It to my friends."
Dr. Sherman In thu discoverer ol ihu only known cure for Ittipttirc by local external treatment.
No man in safu who ha a Hunlnre. no mutter how Irmlcnilleant hu may consider It, for every man who
ha riled from It onco flattotcd himself thai 11 was but a trilling ailment; and every man who now ui
fer from it and the injury of trusses, tonuch an extent that llln ha no enjoyment, unco recorded It at
unworthy special attention, It in not a stand still nillicilon ; it Is nlcndllv tirovressive.pvcn unto death,
and ho tn wine who take tho nocutnary Mepn to be elleciually relieved of libcforolho day of tNflurlnt; and
Klonm come upon him
Pattern from abroad can receive treatment and leave for heme name day. Diirlna treatment any kind
ol active exercise or labor can lie performed without interferlne with the treatment, and with tafety
from thu dninier of ntranuulaled liupluro HIS HOOK ON HI I'Tl'KK irivea the most raliama
prooln from dlnlhiKUlnhed professional ucntlemeii, cleriM men and merchant of hi successful practice
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ntiti iuiiiiii ii, r i nut ui rum iiiruttuuui iuib woauiry al. u oiu v. vit luuien, mv niiutiuu nuuuiu rvau u ana
It la Illustrated with photographic likenvnie of extremely bad cnsei before- and aftcrenre, an4 mallii
to thoao who send Id ccuta.
DR. J. A.SHERM!AN
zdi isrouuway,cor. Murray street,
Beware of certain confidence men and Impostor
IIMIIIII , .-' J
and flook). All nlrlrlly Flrnt-ctann and nnld at Whole
1111,1 eniie 1,1 1 1,,, tl,,,,ii ,! ,wt,l, ,,, il, (,,in,,i.i
inn 111, rtisa I veiy we oi'er I lie oen t iiiiruiillia. Law
rip-1 c i utuit ttie or s eciL'i k null eu or Kc
wnlnnl v..,..,.... ,1 10. ,.i... ...i .,.i . ,.
' r 1 " l""1 I111.. neijiui
iv w iirrniii. 11 inr .1 venrs tilher nlvlei - S slop or-
IK1 sold, and every ili r.n l,n riv, ., ,'l, flii ....
anil v iireroortiH,' r.'.tli St. rind 10th Ave.
I01' AUSORPTIOX (Nature's way
21111 I IA1' IMSKAShS.
It DUIYES INTO tin: nystem curative uscnta
iirul bi.'ulliiu' nieilicir.is.
It DKAU S FLOM the disenscd pails the polsona
that run so tlenth.
THOUSANDS TESTIKYTO ITS VIItTl'Es.
You can be Jielieved ami Cured
Don't despair until von have tried thin eennlhl.
Easily Applied and RADICALLY K V
V E C T V A I. Itemcdy
Sold by tlriiCKlsin, or sent by mail on receipt of
price. J.'.lio, by
Send lorTentl HATFS 1IANLFY
int.nialB and our1..,, 1 1 ' t
book "Three 1.J4 Mudison htreet,
Million a Year" CHICAGO, ILL.
oeut free, '
ManiiKPrs for thu Norlhwcnt.
everything he has ever tried for Rheumatism
Ohio, says it cured him of a sore throat of 8
PlilCE 50 cents and $1.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Frccninns' New National
of color arc unequalled. Color from 2 to 6
T U B B
. i, ami ;j uiik street, uoston.
who reprceoct themnolvc Dr. B her man