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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER Ifi, 18S0.
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I'SE ACOIIDINC to IiIliECTTONS.
Allen's Luiiir Dak-un.
WANTED !:f ,'::r7i"
a...., ii.iu Inc. l'.vil' l.i u., u, iiA.ai. U1.11, )k,
MRS. LYDIA L PINKHAMi
OF LYNN', MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
For all Female Complaints.
Tt.l jH'trjil'n. win rtkmt rtrnlfl' , rniirt of
Vyi-tI ,f I'n j. rttn that tir l-nrrnl. Vj thi- rtiut dd
iratrlriv&li t, I'f.. n oni- trial thf merit" of thu fom
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b-n i'.t uk tftO'bt'.i.tu.l, In nluetT nlhocajK In a bun.
ilrw, arniAiit-nlPur"ii-ff."t.!.Mt!ifinwui-l wUl u--l.fy.
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It lll fir entlnly tf. Tt frm rf falllrg
i f th utinn, U nr.'rrli i, lrr"ilr ar.d rmf'U
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I'ln rnti' ii, fU'.ti, all '"li'lArf-mi riti auil the con-.lui-nt
tritial ni'ikiM-aii, and In i-;-iiUy a.Itjtfd t)
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rt r. yt Mli-ratruig for Hirouli.-iH, ajid rtbein -ain"i
ef ti. tmarh
car- El tln(r, TWilarhKi, NVrrfiia rrmtratlon,
OfHrrul tnlity. Sir( ItMurw, LX'i ri union and hull
(prtx n. Tliat fivllntr of IxariEK dim n, eauflng pain,
tirtit and barkarlx", Id alnayii (HTUitUu ntljr cuml hy
ila u.f . It will at all tiiw ii, antlundiTiill cin-TinuUn
etr, ai t In harmony mthtLf law tnut gurcrna IL
Fi r Kjitni'y ('ouii'lalnn of .il.or 1 tU roiupound
Lydia E. Pinkhim's Vegetable Compound
In pn-farvd at 33 aiul IVi Wettern Avnui". Lynn. Maw.
1TI(i.uO. 811 butlkifurtvut). Si nt liy mail 111 ll.o
form of pill", alito In tlw form of lyK UH' , on rvivlj.t
f prkw, f.-Vf. (AT txu, for cillifr, Mm. I'lSliiUa
ni ly annwiTnall Irttrn uf Inqulnr. tn'nd for pam
Mt. Addn an aa alv .VniOnn Ihu ;w;irr.
Kn family limld be wltliuut LVMA L 1'ISKO.VM'
IJV"!! TILLS. Tl-y curu Cunnt.tn UilioutiiiM
kndTunodity of thi" Ur. Utxnuprr box.
UU HAKDSON i CO.. M.Louis. Mo.
Wli.'i.:iV it;."iiil for LYDIA E. I'INKIIAM'S
XK.W AIVl-.UTIr:'l KSTS.
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'kaUMKH'S r-UN: S15 TO 8100
I'er iiiuiilh. darliiL' I'nil v.d Wiliter. In every
rnuniy . lntt'ivatltiK ntui viilu:il)!e Itiftirinii
tleu. with full pnrtu nlnri', free. AiUIp-m at
unci', J. C. M.'Cl'UUY A CO., Clili-iiu'. 111.
T.imet prlee i-or known
on iirreen l.inlrr,
lilflm, ami Itet ulti i-a,
OUR $15 SHOT-GUN
lilt Kfeilll.V reiluri'il prlen,
' eiHi iiniiii eir nur ,i'v
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P.I0Wj;ur,AfiON,aHM.li.rin...t. IN' INNATI.o
T VPTn aoknts run tiik
Europe and America
Ti'llra rUpcrlrtK-C III !)ir Seeret Servlri) l.f t ell'
hrKteil IlelecliM f. In nil mrt uf 1I10 vnrlil . Wi
iictiivii iiul-i'i", "HI Mill 'j?o ijiiri bvI n l'. AU la
IHCho two new llhMrnted Iuiiik-. Kxirit iniliici--ini-iitc
iiiVeri'd. i'ur terniK aitiliiK .J . It. Ill lilt. ;
CO,, Ilnrtrnrn, Ct., nr Clili"iii:n, III".
New find v-rv AtlriietlveStvleanrc now reiulr
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itl;VOVi tilt Mirld. Wllllier" nl'lilelieatillK-
I lliirllnii at I'Vi'rv irri-ht WuHd'a
I Kjlilliltlnii lur llilrteen veurn.
I l'rlii'a.M, SW, ami. $si,,n, 10
I fvn it ti 41 ti ) vi in tl . I 'or i'!iv pity
I lnelita. ?il.:lS iiinirtt'r mill me
I wnril. Ciitn'.oiriK-h free. MasoN
llt(l A YVi I llnnilln ori-iiii CO.. l.M 'I ro
VJIV VlO I iiiiiiimtreel, ll.mtnii; til i:nl Mill
Iri't-t. (t'nliiti hiiunri',) Nuw York, Mil WIih1i
Vi'tili, I 'hlrnifn,
A brllllnnt hook, fvclniitliii! In iitli', ) 11 1 c In
iKiiijnnee, cntliirneil liy jiIi.vfIi'Iiiii" evcnvliere, An
I'lftlioruli' rxinallliili nf the I'liVi'U'lil I, He of Mini
mill wntiinti, Kli'unhtly rileleil mill fully IIIiimmI"
oil, Kxtriionllniirv lniinri"tiii"iitii to Aui'iitr. All
titer 1 JU.NKa-DKOTllKKS CO., Clili no, III.
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THE DAILY JUITiLETIX.
Continued from Fli-t Pa;"e.
Alderman llowlcy moved to rotcr resolu
tii'ti to lit liii.'tncc- committee, with instiuo
tiuus to rc-;ork. it 11 ordinance as they deem
best under tlio resolution, mi 1 to report same
at next romii.ir rin utiiiy.
Alderman Patter offered the follow ing
Uesoived, That tli': street coinini' tt e is
In n-ly iiiHiueti'ii, to (ontract lor the li:,'lit
ii)',' 01 the city with oil or i;n.i, t'n.m J:mu
iiry 1st, and to r .ort tluur ui tion ut the
u xt reulur ineetiny vf the eouueil.
Alilenuan S nip moveil to anii'isil by in
structing conmii'ti.'e on .tt''et; to a lv. rt:-i:
fur prop.uaN, mul tint tlo-y r:'poit t.i city
cv.iticil within t-n hys. Ain-.-iioiii'.-r.t ao
Alilrrnnn Chike inoveil to .'tiiuiil Ky
aoiiinif th'J 'vor Is eh'itric Ii:;).. to rei-olu-
ti.m. A ui'.'ij'I :a"i:t aeopti '1
Ahii'i nnn 1'u'ht :il-o olV re
It" -oiuti .!l
wiu' re-, j'uiioii :
It' .-olvi il, T!,:it nl! r- t., l'r li'.li,'.' (.n
O.iio l.'V i'. J'rm.'j I-'c'irt-'i-ntli to Si-eon-l
ir.-i !.-, 1 .i'i) to tin- ol.'o riur . 1 - I th.it
tin: i-c'. ri jia. ri ; i- !:cr-hy iiirti JeteU to
iii.tiiii-ii-.u ."Hi, I fport the
1: ;;. alio of at the next
Hi 1 '' tin:
ition ado: ted
Mt-r.l .I.M.t,-f IlOINKsS.
t A. J"rih tn r.tier ruovei.l tlint toe coi
j mn'i"!i cuiii-i l he iiistruct'-d toreport to
j committee 1 n streets in reference to rights
i of railro'ids on certain streets, anil that
! th""- report his opinion to the council at
I tiie next meeting. Motion carried,
j Mayor returii'-d ordinance printing the
I riLditof way to Cairo Mreet K:i!wy com-
pany adujited Dec. 7th. lv.i, with his ob-
j-.iiviij iii'.i". i". 117 I'ni'im .
C'aiuo, 1 1.,.., Dee. Uth. lO.
GtLllemtn cf ttc I i'.t Council.
I reepi-ctfully return to nu without my
aiijnovai, an ordinance passed at your last
regular meeting. tjratjtiiJLj the ril.t of way
ov. r and aloiiL' certain streets of the city
for the construe tion and maintenance of a
horse-railway. The ordinance i-ought to be
jaised is a very important one, and I have
no di-sire to p'ace any obstruction or make
any opposition to anything that would tend
so much to the city's improvement and the
convenience ot the people as will a well
regulated street railway, but there are, as I
believe, two very imj ort-tiit rca-vus why
thi-! ordinance ouL'ht ni t to pass;
First. Tie act ot incorporation pro
vides that ti e city council shall only have
the ri'ht to grant the u-e of the streets, us
thisordliunee contemplates, upon the j'-ti-tuin
of the owners of the property repre
senting more than one half all the frotit ee
upon so much of thehtnet :i is sought to
If voti will c.iretullv examine this V ti
tion. I think you will readily agree with I
me that it is not such a petition as will!
authorize you to pass this ordinance. ,
If all the signers were such as no ques- !
t i'-n might be raisci us to their ownership
of property, or where exc ptions- are matle
then then: are grave duubts whether the
petition would nprc.-ent one half the 1
frontage, but wlu n you take cases that 1
have signed and incepted as to the stvle of i
rail, aiel otlieis who liaii no legnl riglit to
sign, there remains 110 question in my
mind, that this petition would confer aav
power at all upon the city council and
while it may be urged by some thit the
company take the risk which Is a
luct.i, yet if we can pass au ordi
nance without a proper petition. We can
pas-, one without any petition at all, and
would in my opinion be establis'ting a very
bad precedent. The other objection is as
to privileges granted in the ordinance, and
which, I think, were possibly overlooked in
It is as to tho length of time and style of
rail, and while it may behest as inducement
to the company to allow them to use a
cheap rail and operate a cheap'y constructed
road, the right should be reserved to re
quire the use of a stundmd rail and guage
at the expiration of live years certainly
not more than ten years. I think it would
be a grave mistake not to have this reserva
tion incorporated 'U tho ordinance hefoie it
shall finally pass. I believe that this re
servation will not deter the company frcyu
building and equipping the road.
I am in favor of the ordinance when a
petition, puch as tho law require!?, shall be
presented with reservation that the city
council may, by ordinance, require the
change of rail to standard rail and guage
at the time above mentioned.
N. 1J. TiiisTi,i;wooi), Mayor.
Alderman Uhike moved that the vote be
reconsidered by which tho ordinance was
passed. Motion cairied.
Alderman Make moved that the ordi
nance be adopted notwithstanding the may
ors objections thereto.
The mayor stated the question before
the council was, will the council 011 recon
sideration, again to p iss the. ordinnnce, the
objection of the mayor notwithstanding.
Mayors objections si'stained and ordinance
defeated by the following vote.
Ayes-Hlake, Patier, Pettit, Smith, Saup
nnd Swolmda -0.
Nays Ilalliday llowlcy 8.
On motion of Alderman Puticr meeting
adjourned. D..T. Foi.kv,
Regularity Ensures Health.
of tho physical structure To restore it
persons whose bowels arc out of order, or
wliose digestion is imperfect, hliould use
Hosteller's Stomach Hitters, r corrective of
disordered conditions of the secretive, evac
native, iiml digestive 01 guns without ft
peer. Tim most scriorts consequences rc
bill t front h neglect of lefonnatory mess
u res, where constipation is nllowed to gaiii
headway. For this as for many other dis
orders usually found in conjunction with
costivencss, such ns dyspepsia, liilioitsncs.",
nervous derangement, headaches, vertigo,
morning nausea and the like, tho Hitters
has long been recognized by the public and
the lneilical profession us 11 nemiinely cf
liciicious remedy. Iln action in never mid
di n and gripm;;, like that of a violent
purgative, nor (Ioch it like the iiverii,'
eathiirtie, tend to deplete t ho system and
weaken the bowels. On the contrary, it in
vigorates and Months whilu it reirulates.
A Piljillg Occiipitlioii.
The np(irouch of the long winter evenings
calls attention to the matter of a lamp, for
without a good light half the pleasure or
profit is taken from leading or study. Coal
oil is now in general ukc for illuminating
purposes outside of cities or large towns
where coal gun is used, and when a proper
lamp is used it is tho best substitute for
sunlight yet discovered. The principle or
plan upon which toe Student Lump, is con
structed may be s:dd to be the best -in use,
but the lamp itself Inis always had several
objcctionul features which we are
glad to see are being done away with
in the new aspirant for favor call
ed the "Homk Lamp," manufactured
by the Home Lamp Co. of Cincinnati. The
dent objection to most other lamps is their
liability to be upset, tho trouble to keep
them in order, and the poor liirht triven by
them. 'I he New Home Lamp is nicklc
plated, and almost a vc. smimk of the
Student Lamp; it lias a hand-ome orna
mented chimp hy means of which the
lump can be at once easily adjusted in any
position upiiii the center table, piano, mu-de
ri st, sewing machine, desk, or hy means of
a handsome bracket, which goes with the
lamp, can be placed upon the wall, and in
whati ver position it is placed it is iihnolut
ly safe. This Utlie great feature of excel
lence, but the New jlome Lain) combines
also the patent argand burner, a tilling in
dicator and match box. No lamp hits ever
before been received with such
unusual favor or received such strong re
commendations from the leading journals
of Cincinnati. It is also endorsed by such
men as the mayor and postmaster, several
insurance presidents and express ntti-nts of
that city as the salest, most convenient and
best lamp made. The Company desires
agents in this locality, and any smart lady
or 'gentleman can make n handsome income
during the next six months by canvassing
for its sale. There is hardly 11 dozen fami
lies in this county who will not want one,
and its price is so low as to brinu' it within
the reach of all. For further information
address, Home Lamp Co., Cincinnati. O.,
mentioning our paper and they will give
you full particulars ami exclusive territory
to canvass in.
Wk DKsiitE to call the attention to our
readers to the (irand Holiday Otfer of the
Mendelssohn Piano Company, nhosc ad
veitisemeii. appears elsewhere. This
Company offers an $$.jO f:c.uare Grand
Piano, 0 stringed; 7Jj octaves, in a hand
some rose wood case, for only $243; also
many other styles of Pianos and Organs at
j great bargains lor the Holidays, includir.ir
j sheet music at one-third price. These
! Piano?, including Grand, Square and Up
J right, made one of the finest displays ut
j the Centennial Exhibition, and were unani
niouslv recommended for the Diploma of
; Honor and Medal of Merit. The Mendels
! snhn Piano Co. are the first to do a general
I business with the purchaser direct, saving
! him more than one-halt the price charged
by other first class makers. This saving is
j made by doing away with the Agency Sys
tem, and giving the people the Pianos at
Wholesale or Agency prices. We would
1 recommend any ot our readers who have
any idea of ever buyinu a Piano or Organ,
to send for their Illustrated and Descrip
tive Catalogues, which will be mailed free
The Fuikknck Niohtingai.e ok the
Nc'i.sr.KY The following Is an extract
from a letter written to the German Hcfom
.Messenger, at Chambersburgli, Penn:
Just open the door for her, and Mrs.
vYinslow will prove the American Florence
Nightingale of the Nursery. Of this we
are so sure, that we will teach our "Susye
to say, "A blessing on Mrs. Winslow" for
helping her to survive ami escape the grill
ing, colicking, and teething seige, Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup relieves the
child from pain, aud cures dysentery and
diiirrhiea. It softens the gums, reduces
inflammation, cures wind colic, and carrys
the infant safely through the teething
period. It performs precisely what shes
professes to perform, every part of it not
ing less. Yo have never seen Mrs.
Winslow know her only through the
preparation of her "Soothing Syrup for
Children Teething." If we had the power
we wutild make her, as she is, a physical
savior to the infant race. Sold by all
druggists. 23 cents a bottle.
Tho Pleasures of Hope.
When the body is bowed with pain an
intense longing tor relief brings hope. This
may brighten the suffering but it does not
cure. At a time like this how welcome is
such friend ns Warner's Safe Kidney and
Liver Cure, bringing homo, health nnd hap
piness and tho joys of a renewed life.
S. II. Iitwr.N, of Utc Creek, Colfax Co.,
new Mexico, says: "My wife has been
cured of a cough of thirty years' standing
by wearing an 'Only Lung Pad."' See
She Passed it Along1.
1 sen I you my testimonial in reference to
Spring lilonsoiu, having taken it for dys
pepsia, and receiving almost immediate re
lict. I passed it to my neighbor, who is
using it with same result.
Mns. J. W. Lei'vki.t, Elmira, N. Y.
Price, 50 cents, trial bottle 10 cents.
Wnv has Honueopathy become so popu
lar? Ik-cause their medicines nre so eusy
to take; and this is one rrason why Carter's
Little Liver Pills are so very popular.
Everybody likes them.
Stop That (.'ongli.
If you are suffering with n cough, cold,
aslhnin, bronchiiis, hay fever, consumption,
loss of voice, tickling in the Ihroaf, or nny
affection ot the throat or lungs, uro Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption.
This Is the great remedy that Is causing so
much excitement by its wonderful cures,
curing thousands of hopeless cases. Over
0110 million bottles of Dr. King's New Dis
covery have been used within tho lust year,
and have given perfect satisfaction in ovcry
instance. Wc can unhesitatingly Bay that
this is really tho only surfi euro for throat
and lung affections, and can cheerfully
recommend it to nil. ('all nnd get a trial
bottle freo of cost, or 11 regular ir.o for 1.
For sale hy (Jeoryo U. OTtura, Drtigtjist,
Cairo, 111. (3)
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A Dog that Di'jd of Grief.
Dr. Martin, a gentleman living on De
catur street, tells the Coiixtttiition a re
markable story about a dog who actually
died of a broken heart, "You remem
ber," said the pleasant Doctor, "that
about two months ago my father-in-law,
Mr. V. II. Ilarvill, who 'had reached a
green old ago, died. You may or rimy
not know that, he owned at tl.f tini" of
his death a very firm bull-dog - a huge,
fat. sleek, fellow, who went by the namo
of Ponto. For months and months be
fore his death this dog was his con-tant
companion. There was something nl-niii-i
human in the devotion of the dog
to his master, and, as a natural conso.
qiii'iiee, the master was particularly fond
of his dog. The daily mociueiit of the
old gentleman, fa- a long time before
his hist sicklies", were as regular as those
of a clock, nnd Ponto followed him as
surely as hi- vi rv .shaihuv. Tln-v were
simpiy i'l.-i parable. When the old man
died Piiiito look his phice by the coffin,
atuVdid not budge until it was t;ikeii
frmn the room. Then he got up aud
followed it closely to the heai'sf, and fol
lowed t.be h'-ar-c to th" .rave. Ponto
c.'tini- bael. t the hou-'- ;t changed dog.
Kvery nig! I he lay upon his rug in tin:
j.orcii and 10. aiicd piteously all night
long. I have never heard any expres
sion of human sorrow that was half so
plaintive and touching as the moaning
of that dog, a. night after night, he
writhed upon that nig. Kvery day
found him making his rounds just as he
usd to before tiie old man died. He
would walk slowly up the street and af-t'-r
awhile pass down the other side on
his way out to the plantation. He would
come back to the store, and after lying
under thai chair a few moments, would
get up, look into my face in the. most
pleading manner, and then he would go
up to the houe, and after taking his
place by the sofa in the hall, suddenly
spring up mid walk through my father-in-law's
bedroom. He was looking for
his dead master. The family let him
have his own way, and I did all in my
power to console him. I tempted him
with the choicest meat, but he refused to
eat. I oll'civd him the warmest milk;
he would not drink. He went about
with his head down, the very picture of
sorrow. He dwindled awav :tlmot to a
skeleton, staggering around daily to the
places visit, d hy iiis master in life and at
night giving vent to his distressful moan
ing. Hut this could not la-t forever, so
one day nboct tie weeks after his mus
ter died, l'oiito cimie dragging his lank
and weak body down the street that
same siivi t be had traveled so many
bright mornings with his master. When
he gut by tht' fence there he stopped and
sank upon the ground. I ran to him,
and, lifting him in my arms, carried him
into the jard. I laid' him gently on the
ground -I w ish now I had taken him in
to the I. oife nnd ;J.tecd him in the old
man's room, for (mid the kind Doctor
turned his head, there was a tremor ia
Lis tone), for he was dead."
AN INTERESTING LETTER.
IT 1U.NOS OK A OKATKITL HEAHT AND GIVES
1IONOK WlIEHi; HONOR IS 1)1 K.
Mr. S. W. Capps, cf Scottsville, Macoupin
county, 111., writes, under date of Aug. 20,
lSo, to Dr. Swayne it Son: "I sent to
you for three boxes 'All-healig Ointment.'
having )iaij the Itching Piles for about
tweirty-threc years, and have been treated
for them by eleven different doctors, and
have paid out at least live hundred dol
larsyes, I would be safe in saying one
thousand dollars but never was cured of
that itching which annoyed mo almost to
death. When I became warm, particularly
at night, the itching would begin, and the
only relief was to bathe in cold water,
sometimes as often as six or seven times in
one night. I concluded to try your Oint
ment, nnd have used two boxes, and the
result is a perfect cure, and I will say that
it is the best Ointment in the world, and
will recommend it to one and all ns such.
Swayne's Ointment is sold by all druggists.
Tho Central Park commissioners re
ceived it petition from Georgo Francis
Train, the other day, nsking for per
mission to put his feet on the seats in
tho park. Ho stated that tho police
had denied him that privilege, and ho
w ished to know what law prevents him
from enjoying that liberty. The com
munication was placed on tile, nnd
George is in suspense us to whether ho
is u vassal or a peer.
Boston is to have a new sewerage
system. Low intercepting sewers uro
to bo made along tho margins of tho
city, to receive the How from those al
ready existing, and to empty into 0110
great main sewer, which leads through
a pumping station on the coast to Moon
island, in the harbor. 'The accumula
tion is at this point to be let out into
the ocean at tho beginning of ebb tido.
A Daughter Rescued.
A Frankfort (Ky.) physician writes:
Some months ago the daughter ot 0110 of
our prominent citizens was pronounced a
hopeless consumptive. She was very much
reduced in llosh; terrtblu cough, her life
gradually wasting away. I recommended
her to uso ''Dr. Swayne's Compound Syrup
of Wild 'Cherry," which she did. In a
short timo she was Ireo from all cough and
othtr symptoms, and is now rosy and
healthy. Price S3 cents ami $1 a bottle or
0 bottles $3. Tho largo size is tho most
economical. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne
et Hon, Philadelphia. Sold by druggists.
An occasional doso of "Swayne's Pills"
should bo taken to keep tho bowels free.
They aro excellent for torpid liver and bil
ious complaints. Sold by all the Cairo
Lydia E. Pinkiiam's Vegetable Com
pound has done thousands ot women more
good than tho medicines of many doctors,
ltlsa positivecuro tor all female complaints,
Send in Mrs. Lydia 12. Piukhuui.
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by hVUL(;.S('IIUII, CAIIiilsc
Mendelssohn Piano Co.
Will make, for the next 00
PIANOS ANT) OEGANS.
SHoO Square Grand Piano for only J 15.
STYLE o Mf hjoerit K.."tvo.itl c.fo. elcpcMly Cnlsheil. 3 trli,p. 7 11 Ortave. full jiMent
.l,,11lli ,, , 5""!''"' "I'm Hi s. our rie ,,(, nt .,v. rMrtin ale. leButilul i il l,-B nnd lyre henry
" 11 V?" ' '"V f""'5' tu,'nM,. roi'iAois,.. full Iroi, Frame. French Orund Artlon. liram" Ii.m
t 'a ' d ' r) iml'ruVl',m'U wUicb ''' lu t.-ta to th i.crf.-ctioi. ,.f tl. Inelrumtil h
..f,T7""ifrlc,-"!,r lh! ,I",r"m,'"t bow! r.a Ctilivere.l on board the ran at
M nil film J'miio Cover. Mnol m,d Utok, only .
.. t w, r,!r,l, r 11T. ,'.'r;1 r? V ,r'5'r ,' 'v'" . M'nd
h r.t won ordi r will lie n fmn. d ni.d fri lyl.1 (Ure
o;nnd''f,1,;v'!;;rK,.'r,lM:,",'i't' Ti"" " -
7M AYH J1!1'' ! ? 111 i,,h ('nV;r 1;wk)- An ,rU ny FIM-cLm and MM at Whole.
1. lii.UO M'" le ."rv piireH 1 hen" I ,ii., mi.iji.- nI1" ol I hi" llnest (!! plm a at tint I i-utrmiiai
r.xlilhaiiiii, ni.il won" iii.Hiiinionsli reenmrm tub d fur the lileluiit Huron The
...., ri:."? T,n . : 1,1 A"" rl'- '"Mtive ly we muke Hie (,,. IMam.H. of the richest loiie unci cri-at-
,, - , "'V- '!n"-n'u--1 y fclvhe-a! musitMl tHiiln.i tli. k In the reuntrv. Over 14.W0
In UK.;, nnd im ohm d -siitUiL .t fan-ha-i-r. AM I'ini.im nnd On-ara sent n l: dnya test trial -fiVlchl
iiloi'iie inuili d 'r
lliindrnriie 1 II ii 1. 1 rated ai.d In - n
Every J'iitnu fully wurrui
, ,,. .
ted lor 5 .Yearn.
ApTI i VCJ Oiir'-I'iiriorfiraiid Juhllee (irpui,"
VllvJlllJ "r-"" eviTnllercdtliulie.i-mil pnlill
f, .,, ,"" r "i iavei. im n, in a one
F, ? TTi ci' u V.'l.H..ti-.lVl.-Ht. Dnlc
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o.lv as one or,,,,, aells other. 1'osiliM'ly t o
l. lir W llOll'Pl.it' Ilt'I f'Vlsill
. us nil.. I'i'jiiii (riir imuitc. roM!!eiyi o
ii.'h ',!?- it o, , !',?'. T," :V ,W" '""""I V -
' "",";'f 1 -,.ru,,u'!;'.1" repre-eiited. I
st.-il I hi-nriii-.i it. vi.iip ,.u ti l,,.m.. l'..
llan i, nly
ii'i . if V '''"I" V'1- 0vur;i- "K sold, and exen- Oman !o piven tho fulleH sat
UliiHtrated circular mailed irec. Factory and wareroome r.th St. and ifnh A.,
Mihril Ml ? . i PrK,1'' s'ataioeii.'ef 3M) choice j.iefc. .ent for 3c mamp. This
.nua.e.1 coiPoa"..n, j r tl.e b ".ItuVnor '" f uvw w,u uf
31Eyi)EJ,S.S()IIirJAy0C0.. V.O. mx :0.tJ, New York City,
i IM ?
CUJ.E YoiTli I)ACKAC1IK.
And all illaraat-s of the Kidneys, IVaddcr and
L'rinury Orpins hy wearing the
Improved Excelsior Kidney-rad
It is a MAIiVEI. of IlEAUNG and IiELIEF
Simple, Sensible, Direct, Tain
It C'UJ J KH wlunMill else fall. A REVELA
TION and ICF.YUU TIUN hi Me-dlriiir. Absnrp
lion or direct apidlcutlon, uo opposed 'o tin.
Hiilislaolory internal niedicliit'J. J-enil for our
treallHo on Kidney troubloH, Fcnt free. Sold hy
driicirisK or pent hy niuil.oii receipt of price, $i.
Thl la tho 154TF.S1UTFV
Original uuilpn-"'' , 4
iilno Kidney Part Ml JlUlllSOU Street,
Ai-k for it and CHICAGO, ILL.
take hu other.
Manapera for tho Northwest.
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WHAT TIIE TEOPIE SAY OF IT.
Geo.Mutchlcr, Marion, P., says: It beats
Daniel Hoffman, a farmer, near Marion,
W. N. Palmer, 119 Morgan street, Buffalo, X. Y,, Says: My child was taken with a
Cough, in its severest form, and Dr. Thomas' Eclcctric Oil being the only remedy at hand,
I began giving it according to directions, and it gave immediate relief, and tho child
slept well the remainder ot the night. I have used it in my family with complete)
Sold by all Druggists.
Go to PAUL G. SCIIUII, Druggist, Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Frecnians' New Nation.
Dyes. For brightness and durability of color aro unequalled. Color from 2 to I
pounds, price 13 cents.
B U P
1H. J. A. HHEHMAN AM) TIIE ONLY DK. StIEliMAN know ti to tho pnlillc for the past W
'or mores ftir lila siicccasrul method of Iri-ntlna Kupliiro without Ihu itinovanet and Injury trfiMea la
fllct, may ho consulted at IiIh otllcn, ht. Louie, Mo,, until thu mud of December, after that at hi a Pw
York olllru. Olllcu address In Ihu St. Louis city newspapers,
Mr, H F. (ieorire, AtlortH'v al-Liiw, Kent, t'tiloii Co , lown, treated by Dr. Sherman at hla ft Looia
odlec, writes: "Iliivlnir used your Hiipliir.i treatment, and having been permanently cured, 1 hat
spoken highly of It" merlti ami re'commeiid It to my friends. "
Dr. Hhernittii la the discoverer ol thu only known earo for Itupturo by local external treatment.
No man issalo who has a Uunturu, no matter how Insignificant he may cuuM.ler ii. for eyery man who
has tiled from II once flat tried himself that It was but a Iriltlng ailment ; and every man who now Buf
fer from It and the Injury of trusses, to such an extent that life has no etijovmenta, oncu regarded It aa
unworthy special attention, It Is not a slaml-stlll ulthrtlnn ; It Is steadily p'n.'im-ssive.mn unto death,
nnd ho la wise who lakei the necessary steps to be ell'ecttially relieved of It biforo the day of iMiTcrtns Md
gloom ciiinca upon him
Patients from abroad can rorelve treatment and leave for heme sumo day. During treatment any kind
ol active cxrrelsu or labor cull be performed w ithout Interfering with the. treatment, and with taf. ty
from the dangers of strangulated Kupturo Ills HOOK ON KlTTl'HK gives the most reliable)
proola from distinguished iirofesslomil gentlemen, clergymen mid merchsnta r I hla successful iract.r
mid popularity therefrom throughout this country acd tho West Indies. Theaflllctad should read it aa
It la Illustrated with photographic llkenessea of eltrumuly bad easel before and tfterrure, aid mall. 4
to those w ho send lUceiila. ,
DR. J. A. SHERMAN
251 Broadway, Cor. JIurray Street, N. Y., and 43 Milk Street, Botdon.
DewaroofcerlalacouUdunrmenndlmpoitorwhorepreieEttheiiinlveiM Pr. Shif '
days only, a Grand Offer of
'''" " " ,!" "''"1 mow-T with order. Colt
i a d I v no l.cth wain if 1'lni.n In not luft us ren-
" tu.nun'u5;. 1 t'iry i,;;t,umeitr mj ;?t.
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style :C, If thi; 11 riCHt ai.d nvretent tfir.nl l!eiii
ilie. Il roiitiiiiih li'lvc riftuv.'B Pi.... ..a T?. ..,.!,
or Hirer- Utiavt-a. Thirteen Mera with (irand
- t. i;,l,0, Mehulia Forte. ule"tlr.. Viidina, Klm!
SV'1"' H'il:1,l 71 "rh f: I-'-m"th.43 In; Width,
'"-"'' 'I choice woo, ami la of aa
- w llh rRir,',1 Ilu",ll',H' ""IMC rlofet, lamp standa.
tTU'e tn iiuv.. it 4..t.. M.w.. ,1 .. i, is ...... i i
'"" I"" stop anion.
in, in unVi: n ininmiie, ci, wim hIooi
1,-Mati, , , , , -. N T . ,7. ... . . ... ill
",,,:"1 "" 0rl!"n " lr' ten trial and fnv frolpht
tlllv warrant, d for 5 vears Kher atvlff-Sston or-
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Cures by AllSORPTlON (Xature'n way
ll D11IVKS INTO tho tyrlvin curative agent
iiiid lieii.li i: niedlcie.'H.
IiDI.'AWS FliO.M the diceaced parts the poisons
that i il'i-e deiilli.
THofSANDsi TESTIFY TO ITS VIItTUEs.
You can be Uelieved and Cured
Don't despair until you have tried this urnalble.
Easily Applied and It A D I U A L L Y E f.
F K C T U A h Itemedy
s-o d by druirniets, or sent by mail on receipt of
price, l.'.on, by '
Send for Tmai-r ATFX A 1IAI PV
monials and ourJ'A J-j ??
book "ThreH 1J1 Madison Street,
AlllliulisuYear" CHICAGO, ILL.
Sent tree, '
JIauH(;i'rs for tho Korthwcst.
everything he has ever tried for Rheumatism
Ohio, says it cured him of a sore throat of 8
PlillE 50 cents and $1.00.
T U B E