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Isthe Best Qnd Most
in the World.
For t'oihtlt.MIou, Ktllloti-r.iesH,
lleiuliu lie, Torpid I.lcr, llciu
orrltoWlH, Iit(llj(hltlni, iiiul all
lisorUrs arlHiiiK from nil )
Htrilt'll'Cl Ht.'itv of tilO HrUlll.
l.iellc, iiiul i liiMrwi, inn! ilnwi- m,i dsllW
tftkhiK i1Ih Hfil iiiiueMi inwIiiriiK'i, urci iiw
L'lully pleased wnli lis iiKii'i'iilili- ina!itn"(.
TltOI'lCFItUT I.A.VATIVK iimv do twd
In llll ilM'H Hint lll'dl till' (il l lf H jilirttlltive,
Htlmrllc, or ncrlnt medicine, iiimI Mlilli il irn
duce tin' mimi result Hi tin' ii ki hi x numi'il, II u
entirely fr.-.' Irom tlni usual iiliifi Itniis ciiijiiiihii
to tUiiii. I'uckril In limnr.'il I In lio'oiil..
Price 25 cts. Large boxes Goc.
Sold riY all first-class Dkuccists.
Cons u m it ion, C ou;iis,
COLLS, ASTHMA, (KOFI.
All disease of the Throat, Lutis. tiii'l I'almnnr.rv
USE AC'JOKDINC: to Iiiltl'CTIO.XS.
Allen's Liui Ilalsnm.
UU AilTm I'M 1 4liSTH'ttrtli.rt Uiw'l T.a,
If Mil I CLI La-' ,'" " !"" tiifinuf l.l.
. I, ..u,,i,, id l.n. ii. tn.1,1
fowl. O.II.I lita. fa!.'. 1 L.. bm feaj, 11. Una., Mo.
MRS. LYD1A E. PiHKHAM.
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
Th" PiwIHt rum
For all Female Complaints.
Tfcli r"P"itl"n, u U ntm flrnldM, cnuUU of
VegetaMr lTuf-rtir Ihat arr Wmlna to the mot dfl
irtXn lnralld. I'pon on trial tb tiwhU of thli Com
puood wUt In rfcotfnlzil, a relief Ij 1mmdiat ; and
when lu ux U cmtlnuM, In nimtr ntno ca In a ban.
dm, aprniianfn(run'lc(Tmtl,athotiun'lt will tea
tjj. On arcount of It" prnrf n mrrtlt, It U Vxlay re
eomnvndrd and prrtvribi'd If the lft phyitcujn In
It will for nttirly tli wont form of falling
of th uK-niK, , iii-urrli'in, Imirular and painful
UfniinuU"n,a)10arlanTroullHiI InflanimAliun and
Ulceration, f1llntn. U I'loplarenirnta and th roo
rqueiit uplnal i akmi, and li nlally ailaitd to
the Chang of Ufe. It will iUmoIt and oit'l tumori
fromtlM.'UtrnuiuanarljrUi( of dfVi-loiiwnt. Tb
Undinrr Wi ranee rom humon thrr It checked very
(kIIjt by Hi uw.
In fact It ha proved to be th rrt
rt and bret rrmvilf that baa ever bern dlKorer
d. It pwlH Trry pnrtloQ of the tyrti-m. and gii
dw Ufeand Tltfur. It n'morr falntueM.flatulencjr, d
troyi all crariLg for aUmuianU, and relkre wtakoeM
et lb itaruacb
ft cum Illoatinff, Ileadache, Smtouj I'roftratlon,
Oenrral DcbUlty, SWphnuipat, DvprnMilon and IliJJ
ireitlon. Tliat f wUng of tuartnj; down, caualng pain,
weight and backache, I alway pvTOianrntly cured by
tuuae. It will at all tlnien. andundrrall clrcurmtan.
c, art In barmony with tb law that govern th
For Kidney Complaint" of either Vi thu compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
I prepared at K3 and V.'i Wwtcrn An-nai', Lynn, Maaa.
IY)cel W. 8U bottle for $.'..00. Sint by mail In the
form of p!U. ain In the form of Loungi't, on receipt
of price, l.oo, per box, for either. Mm. riN'KILAM
freely aiwwern all letter of Inquiry. 8 nd fur ixun
pbkt. AiMreiMualiura .Vi-nlmii (An piper.
No family nhoiild be without I.Yl'U K. 1'INKFIA.M'
UV':it rilXS. They can Contltton, BUiuusutsa
odTonildlly of theUrur. SJ cent per bot
lUCIIAHDSON ic CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wlin!cii;. !.-i'i!ln for LYDIA E. I'INK HAM'S
Olitaincrt Itr new Invcntlop. or for Improvementt
undid m; for nietllriil or otliiT compounrt", trade'
murk. Mid litliflK. Invent, AeoliXtimi'tllH, IuUT
fiTcnci'H. Anpciil. Suites fur lnfriiiuouirtiui, and
all caxec uriHlni; under the I'ntcut Luwh. pnimpt-
ly nttenncil to. invention" tiint nave hci-n
I? V 1 VPTPH ,,IB l'tent mav ""Hi
liiTi) Til; 1 ii l In moBt chuck, bepatunicd by
n. Koini! opposite the I'. 8. 1'ati'tit Ueiiartment,
and cnini,'(Ml In 1'ati'tit biilnL'P" I'xcluclvely, we can
make clourr oearchu, and ocure I'atent more
promptly, and with broader claims, tiiuu those wbo
are remoli' from WnMilnnti'lJ.
IXri'UVlYiT'V cud in a model or "ketch f
lli 1 Till 1AUIO your device: wo make ex
amination and advice a to patentability, free of
cliarce. All correpnuiiunre mnrtiy connuentiai.
Price low. and no charge iinlcse) I'atenttK iiecured,
We refer In Wnitiliiptiin, to Hon rotmatur
Uetieml I). M. Key, Uev, r-. u. rower rno uerman
American National Hank, to official In the V. 8.
Patent Office, and to Senator and Kenreneutatlvet
ItiOincren; and enpecially to onr client in every
iitftic in me union ana in lanaaa. Auares
O. A. SNOW & GO.
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Lato CommlReloni r of Patent,
PAINE, OUAFTON & LA 1)1),
Atlorneyii at Lftw and Solicitor, of American and
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CAtno, It MNoiR, December, 10, ISM.
Tin) reuulnr anuiinl tneetlni! of the stockholder
of tho City National Bank of Cairo, for the purpose
Mf electliitfievun director, will be held atlliu of
(Ice of khIi! hank, In thl cltv.on Tuemlay, .Jiuiimry
11, 1HHI. Poll otien at 10 o clock a. in. and clime
nt 4 o, clock p, in. or nam tiny.
X1I08. VV. 11ALLIDAY, Caliler.
THE DAILY 1JULLKTIN.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Cimcauo, December 17, 10 a. m.
Pork January, iJLJ 10; February,
13 2rr,:i 87.
Corn January, UOcjMny, -He.
Outri Jamiuiy, .'tic; May, MJc; Decern-
Wlmat Fcbruitry. 1 02; ; January,
Cimcaoo, December 17,12 JO m.
Pork--.Jar.uary, $13 22J; February,
Corn May, 41'c, January, U0 '.t'c.
Outs-Cash, 31jjc; May, .'Hie;
Januirv. ' )'(!.
Wlieiit January, !jl 02; Fehiii.'tiy,
$1 03; J)ctcmlor,l 01 ',.
CincAoo, Decenilier 17, 1 r. m.
Pork Dfceuilfur, $11 7313 00.
Lur.1 December, S 43$8 47)2'.
Wliettt Deeeinlitr, fl 01J; J.uiUiiry,
$1 02).s'; February, l O.'jJiJ.
Corn December, 30c; January, 30,' c;
O ils Dectiiiber, 31 ;'!a'c ; Januarj', 31 J jc ;
NKW VUI'.K OltAlN.
Nkw Vouk, Duccmber, 17. 13:01, p.m.
Wlieut fjuiet No. 2 Cliioiio
10(1 1; No 2 Milwaukee,
$1 l'Jil 20; red winter, $1 13(
1 23; No. 2 red winter, $1 lO.f.
Corn quiet No. 2, SSJ'c.
LiVEitiWL, December, 17, 2:00 p.m.
Wheut steady, unclmngcd.
Corn new, 5s7'33 7Jjd.
LIST OY LETT Kits KEMA1NIM1 VNCALLE1)
fOH IS TUB TObTOKKICE AT CAIHO, ILL.,
KKIDAV, liECEMilEK 17, 1SS0.
Hrown, Sallic; IJurns, Ruth L; Brighton,
Clara; Burnett, Ma'ie; Bates, Bettie; Bran
del, Emma; Bailey, Katie; Ballinger, Ella;
Brown, Sallie; Curran, Mrs; Catatus,
Nancy; Crockett, MifS G. A; Donovan,
Alness; I).;berry, Annie; Fields, Roetta;
Ferguson, Sallie; Farris, Julia; Frye, Mrs.
L. M; Grey, Mary E; Hoyen, Charlotte;
.lolinwiu, Molliej Morarity, Mary; Meeks,
Caroline; Murphy, Silva; Miller, Kate;
Moss, Mrs; Parker, Laura; Redden, Leah;
Sweeney, Bridgett; Sikes, Addie; Stofford,
M. A; Thompson, Melisa; Williams, Cully;
Williams, Julia A.
Aid, 'm Alden, Isaac; Berrcll, Wm;
Bell, S. J; Bonlz, Iiius; Baltrey, Jno. C;
Bronze, Frederick; Boyd, Cave; Cash, Tom;
Cullen, M. E; Canijibrll.J.W; Clark, Henry;
Clark, Christopher; Coleman, C. II; Decker,
Henry; Elliatt, Thos; Ellsworth, N. F;
Elligan, Jno;Edline, G. II; Forrest, W. M;
Farris, J. F; Gray, David; Gilbert, Elder;
Hoan, Simon; Hewitt, R. A; Ilickey, II;
Ilickey, M; Huyhes, J; llofl'man, II. P;
Hike, George; IrwiD, W. W; Jessup W. E;
Kress, John; Knickerbocker, C. R; Leff
mans, Levi; Leslie, J. J; Logan,
Alex; Merritt, W. II; McManus,
John; Mooney, John; Moriarity,
John; Morgan, II. M; Mead, F. M;
May, E. P; Mason, Chas. A; Oliver & Wil
liams; Oliver, Bud; O'Lcary, John;
O'Mealy, Patrick; Overman, 8; Perry, Nel
son ; Porter, John; Pier, Mr; Peebles, Alex
ander; Rush, Valentine; Riley, L; Riley,
John; Rice, Joseph; Robinson, George;
Stncht, Thos; Shurd, John; Stallworth,
Josse ; Spring, John II; Sttrcson, J. II;
Sweatman, J. II; Scott, George; Smith, An
drew; Sniter, A. J ; Thomas, J. II ; Will,
Walter; Williams, John; Wathcr, Chas. A;
Warden, B. F; Woodworth, B. W; Young,
STEAM BOAT LETTEUS.
Shinklc, Albert; Grillin, John II;
Persons calling for any of the above
named letters, will please say adveitised.
Geo. W. McKeaio, postmaster.
AN INTERESTING LETTER,
IT niNOS OF A GItATEKCL IIEAUT AND GIVES
1IONOH W1IEUE HONOK IS DVU.
Mr. S. W. Capps, cf Scottsville, Macoupin
county, 111., writes, under date of Aug. 20,
1880, to Dr. Swaync & Son: "I sent to
you for three boxes 'All-healig Ointment,'
having had the Itching Piles for about
twenty-three years, and havobeen treated
for thein by eleven different doctors, and
have paid out at least five hundred dol
larsyes, I would bo 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 tho
only reliet was to bathe in cold water,
sometimes as often as six or seven times in
one night. I concluded to try your Oint
ment, and have used two boxes, and the
result is a perfect cure, nnd I will say that
it is tho best Ointment in tho world, and
will recommend it to ono and all as such.
Swnyne's Ointment is sold by all druggists.
Time, 48 Hours.
My son had a badly swelled neck, and a
sore throat. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil
cured him in 48 hours. My wife's foot was
much inllamed ; Eclectric Oil cured her in
ouo day. I. H. Bloomed, Virgil, N. Y.
Pah, (I. kScia(iit,Agent.
Lydia E. Pinkiiam's Vegetable Com
pound lias done thousands of women moro
good than tho medicines of many doc torn.
Itis a positivecuro tor all female coinDlaitits.
1 Send t Mrs. Lydin E. riukunm. .
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 18S0.
ITEMS OF INTEREST,
Cnnt. Mlddlcton. of Lower Lake, Cal.
raised twelvo nppleN whow united
weight was fourteen pounds. Tho larg
est lnciiMii'ed lifteen iiu-lies around.
It is Kliiiiii!i'(l that the sea swallows
u i about 1 wo nnd one niuuler yards a
year of purl of the Yorkshire ooii.st.and
aliout three Jeel u year oi pari oi wnn.
The Supreme court at New York city
has decided tlutl a man who sells dis
eased eutlli! forfeits his pay, and Is lia
ble in damages for thu spread of the
i li. sense.
Three brothers named Sherwood,
triplets, and all sea captains recently
celelirateii their H'vcnui'tii lurinuay an
niversary at West port, Conn. They re
semble one another very closely.
A group of members of the French
Socicte Proteetrice di's Aiiimaux have
ilcleriuini'd to c- tablish a refuge for lost
itiiiini'.ls. A considerable sum hivs al
ready been subscribed for this purpose.
A young married woman was found
d'Htif in a garret at Scnu.tou, Pa., with
an infant two days old by her side. A
fi-w davs before she had cut oil' her hair
and sold il to buy food, while her worth
less husband was carousing in a saloon.
A cave-in bin occurp-d at Sebasttipol.
Pa. Several thousand doilai's' woith of
jiropcriv was d. -troved and a number
of dwellings abandoned by the fear
stricken inliabitunts. The earth settled
mx feet, and milling in the vicinity has
Caroline, duchess of Montro-e, sent
a winning liorse to the recent New
market races and appeared there her
self dressed in her racing color, a red
costume and a red veil.. After the ract.
the duchess went into the pudi'cck to
compliment her jockey and pat her
horse, St. Louis.
Mr. Richardson, of Brookline, Mass.,
who graduated first in his class at Har
vard college, has entered Baliol college,
at Oxford, England, ranking first of all
tho applicants, and receiving the usual
honorary award of JWoO, with a choice
of the best apartments in the gift of the
The raising of horses in the great
Yellowstone valley has become an im
portant and profitable business. Some
of the herders have from 500 to 1,5")
each, and dispose of their 3-vear old
eolL at from $50 to $100. the ani
mals feed on grrtss alone, ami the only
shelter from the weather is roughly
The Pope's latest address contains
this passage; "Ever mindful of our
duties, aware of what is requisite for
the good of the church and the dignity
of the Roman pontificate, we shall never
rest in the present state of things, nor
shall we cease, as we have not ceased
hitherto, to reclaim what by fraud and
deceit has been stripped from the holy
In most counties of England many
large farms have been surrendered, and
thousands of acres thrown on the hands
of the proprietors. Farmers say they
can not make the land pav under tho
present rentals. The remedy is obvious
a revaluation. Indeed, this is being
loudly called for, and no doubt, will oc
cupy "thu early attention of parliament.
Tho Princes Dalgorouki, wife of the
czar of Russia, not yet recognized as
empress, is threatened with consump
tion and will spend the winter at a villa
in Cannes, south of France. As the
czarowit. and czarina are also to winter
there, some questions of etiquette will
arise which will have to be decided upon
by the czar.
Offenbach came to this country in the
steamship Canada, of the French line,
lie was superstitious, and before he
sailed spent sleepless nights. One
night the steamer suddenly stopped to
cool her engines, lie started out of his
sleep. He imagined at once that the
vessel had struck against a rock and
was rapidly sinking. Offenbach, in his
night garment, but with his eve-glasses
upon his huge nose, rushed, on deck
pleading for life. The efforts of the
captain to persuade him that there was
no danger were for a moment almost
Two old Texas rangers, who had just
helped to bury u neighbor, were talking
about religion, and ono asked how
pious it was for a man to get in this
world, if ho was in real earnest.
Wa'al said the other, reflectively, "I
think ef a man gets so 'at ho can swone
steers or trade horses 'tliout lyin' lied
better pull out for the bettor land afore
ho has a relapse."
Lord Ellenborough's "diary;" which
is to bo published by Mr. Bentley, eon
tains a great many details of tho lives
of George IV., and William IV.,' anee
dotieal matter referring to the Russo
Turkish war of 1828-9, Catholic eman
cipation, nnd the French revolution of
1830, besides illustrations of character
of tho chief public men engaged in af
fairs in the later years of tho fourth
George and tho earlier of tho fourth
Dr. Graham, a citizen of Louisville,
who is in his D7t h year, has just started
for tho mountains on his "last hunt."
He is tho only living fort-born native of
Kentucky. Vhuu he came into the
world his parents were dodging arrows
and tomnnawks, and his youth was
spent with a rifle in his hand. Ho says
that ho can not dio in peace until lie
shall onco moro havo oaten venison of
his own killing and cooking.
Chrisman hall, tho new college for
colored youths at Atlanta, has been
opened, and Is already nearly filled
with pupils. It has a president and
livo teachers, who aro paid by tho
Froedman'H Aid Society, aud tho' prieo
of tuition is very small, Mrs. Chrisman
of Topeka, pave $10,000 for tho estab
lishment of tho college, and tho rest of
tho $10,000 which it cost came from tho
Freetlman's Aid society and from Bish
op Haven's effort's to get private sub
scriptions. A belief in the evil eye is very pre
valent in Italy. Tho lato Mgr. Pros-peri-Bu.i,
a relative of Leo XIII., was
reputed to possess that unenviable
quality of bringing misfortuno on thoso
upon whom his glanco fell. It has been
lately asserted that tho son of Cola di
Rienzl took tho unmo of Prosper!, and
that tho truo representatives of tho fam
ous tribune aro to be found in tho fam
ily of which Mgr. Prosper! was a mem
ber. Consequently tho liberal tenden
cies of tho present pontiff may bo aU
tributed to his connection with tho
COSTIYENESS:::::::::: ::::::::: I'DU'LES AND BL0T(T1ES;
Vifginln City, Nevada.
.lustheimt from Tom Harris, Virginia
City, Nevada; he writes that the
loctors had given up all hopes of saving
him. He had A lbuiuenaria in the worst
form ; was induced to try Spring Blossom,
He is now bossing his stamping mill as
Usual. Prices, 30 rents, trial bottles 10
A I.aiiot: proportion of children who die
early lire those whose brain development is
unusually large m comparison with the
body. Why is this? Simply because the
functions of the body are too Irail to sup
ply the waste going on in this bruin conse
quent upon active intelligence. Fellow's
Compound Syrup of Ilypophosplntes is so
prepared that it imparts the vital principle
directly to tho brain, while it assists in de
veloping a vigorous and robust body.
Why has Ilonio-opathv become so popu
lar? Because their medicines are so easy
to take: and this is one reason why Carter's
Little Liver Pills arc so very popular.
Everybody likes them.
Jabeah Snow, Gunning Cove, N. S.,
writes: "I was completely prostrated with
the Asthnvi. hut hearing of Dr. Thomas'
Eclectric Oil, I procured a bottle, and it
iliid me so much good, that I got another
and before it was used I was cured. My
son was cured of a bad cold by the use of
half a Kittle. It goes like wildfire, and
makes cures whenever it is used,
PailG. Sciiiii. Agent.
W. A. Trrt's, 02 Ashland Avenue, Toledo,
Ohio, says: "My wife is now as strong as
ever, her regained health being directly due
to the use of the Excelsior Kidney Pad.
We can heartily recommend it to all kidney
troubled persons.'' Sec Adv.
A Happy Restoration.
I can truly say that I owe my present ex
istence and happy restoration to the hopes
nnd joys of life, to the use of Warner's Safe
Kidney and Liver Cure, and I say to every
one suffering from any manner of kidney,
liver or urinary trouble, "Use this remedy
W. E. Sanfoud.
Holly, N. V., Feb. 23, 180.
Slie Passed it Along.
I sen 1 you my testimonial in reference to
Spring Blossom, having taken it for dys
pepsia, and receiving almost immediate re
lief. I passed it to my neighbor, who is
usimr it with same result.
Mks. J. W. Lkpfei.t, Elmira, N. Y.
Price, 30 cents, trial bottle 10 cents.
Stop That Coush.
If you are suffering with a cough, cold,
asthma, bronchitis, hay fever, consumption,
Ios3 of voice, tickling in the throat, or any
affection of the throat or lungs, use 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
one million bottles of Dr. King's New Dis
covery have been used within the last year,
and have given perfect satisfaction in every
instance. We can unhesitatingly say that
this is really the only sure cure for throat
and lung affections, and can cheerfully
recommend it to all. Call and get a trial
bottle free of cost, or a regular size for $1.
For sale by George E. O'Hara, Drugirist,
Cairo, 111." (3)
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is tho
marvel of the age for all Netve Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send to U31 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
Mr. Wm. Pomeroy, Bangor. Me., writes:
I have for a long time suffered from contin
ual constipation, making life a misery, and
causing Headache and frightful cramps.
Mr. Thomason (w ho has been lately visiting
in Buffalo) induced me to try the Spring
Blossom. It has perfectly cured mc. Price,
30 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
We dcsihe to call the attention to our
readers to the Grand Holiday Offer of the
Mendelssohn Piano Company, whoso ad
vertisement appears elsewhere. This
Company offers an $830 Square Grand
Piano, 3 stringed; 7Jj octaves, in a hand
some rose wood case, for only $213; also
many other styles of Pianos and Organs at
great bargains for the Holidays, including
sheet music at one-third price. These
Pinnos, including Grand, Square and Up
right, made one of the finest displays at
tho 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-hall the price charged
by other first class makers. This saving is
made by doing away with tho Agency Sys
tem, and giving the people tho Pinnos at
Wholesale or Agency prices. Wo would
recommend any of our readers who havo
any idea of ever buying r Piano or Organ,
to send for their Illustrated and Descrip
tive Catalogues, which will be mailed free
Thu Noasurcs of Hope.
When tho body is bowed with pain an
intense longing lor relief brings hope. This
may brighten tho suffering but it docs not
euro. At a timo like this how welcome is
such friend as Warner's Safe Kidney and
Liver Cine, bringing homo, health ami hap
piness and tho joys of a renewed life.
To all w ho aro sull'cring from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth.uervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a rccipo that will euro you, freo of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
n solf-addresseil envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Inuian, Station D, New York City.
iv PATTii a. wiiim t a l
,j j vji in j a i , vi 1 i J ivy, XXJ
a 0 5
w A. pT'viA
Cuke Yon. IUckaciie.
And all dl"eae of the Kidney, Uladder and
Urinary Orpin by wearing tuu
Impiovetl Excelsior Kidney-rail
It 1 a MAKVEL of HEALING aud UELIKF
Simple, Sensible, Direct, Pain
It C'triiKS where all elee full. A REVET.A.
TION and KEVOLl 'HON in Medicine. Alworp-
Him or direct, apimcaiinn, a oppohed 10 un
HutisfHctury Internal medicine. Send for our
treutie on Kidney trouble, cent free. Sold by
dnu;i:lt. or Bent by nuiil, on receipt of price, J.
Thin 1 the T!iTt HiVI PV
Original aud cen-"-;",."-
Hine Kidney Pad H i JlilUISOn Street.
, aud CHICAGO, ILL.
lake no other.
Manager for the Northwest.
WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY OF IT.
Geo. Mutchler, Marion, O., says: It beats
Daniel Hoffman, a farmer, near Marion,
W. N. Palmer, 149 Morgan street, Buffalo, N. Y Says: My child whs taken with a
Cough, in its severest form, and Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil being the only remedy at hancL
I began giving it according to directions,
slept well the remainder of the nhjht. I
Sold by all Druggists.
Go to PAUL G. SCIIUII, Druggist,
Dyes. For brightness and durability
pounds, price 15 cents.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of the United States.
lO BKOADWAY'NEW YOKK
E. A. BURNETT, .Agent.
Corner Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois.
W.N". CRAINK, General Manager for Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and the
Territories, 108 Dearborn Street, Chicago.
Mendelssohn Piano Co.
Will make, for (lie next 60 days only, a Grand Offer of
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
$B50 Square Grand Piano for only 8215.
TYT I1 h Mairulllrent Kocwood cane, elofantly finished, 3 itrtnp7 1-3 Octave, full patent
k 1 JlJ canlaulcaiznillc, our new patent overatrtinn H'ale, heantilul carved leu and lyre hetjr
Kcrpetitlne and larp1 fumy moulding round cure, full Iron Eratne, French (iraud Action, llraud Ham
mer, In fact every Improvement which cau In hut way tend to the perfection of the Instrument h
flour price for thin lntrtiment boxed and delivered on board tho curs t New York K ftA
Willi lino I'luno Cover, btool and Book, ouly V-'WiW.
Thia Piano will be cnt on tent trial. Plear ond reference tl yon do not "end money with order. Caih
sent with ordi r will be refunded and freight churue paid by u both way if Piano 1 cot Jnt ai rep
reeuted In thl advertloemeut, Thousands lu life, bend for Catalogue. Every Instrument fully w ar
runted for the year.
1)1 ATCJ ?hi5 to $I'H) iwlth Stool, Covor and Hook). All strictly Firftcla and old il Whole
I lAlVln "hi fmaory pilce Theee Piano mudeoneot the fluvt dtuplaya at the Centennial
Exhibition, and were unanimously recommended for the llleheet Donor. Tho
Hqnarc contain our New I'aleet .Nealo, the irreutet Improvement In the hltory of Piano making. Th
1'prle.ht are the Uncut in America. I'osillvely we make the tin vet Piano, of the rlchoat tone auu (treat
cut durability. They ate recommended by the hlphest viuslcul authorities In the country. Over 14,000
In ue, and not one dlnatllled i)itiThaer. All Piano and Otuan rent on 15 day tent trial freight
free if iinullfactorv. Don't fall to write us before buvlnt,', Positively we oiler the net barualm. t at
nloKiio mulled free. llanilouie Ilhistniled and Descriptive Catalogue uf 4s paces niullea for lie stinip.
Every Piano fully warranted for A. years,
ilJiM A TU "' "Pnrlor Orand Jubilee Orcnii," style 35, Is tbo finest and sweetest toned Kccit
llnlTAlllI orumi ever offered the tnutcal public. It contain Five Octaves, Five sets Heeds,
y r J fourofU'., Octaves each, and ouo of three Octaves, Thirteen Stops With (iraud
Oruan Diapsou, Molodla, Viola. Miite,Ccleto, Dnlcet, Echo, Mulodla Forte. Celestlua, Violins, Flute
Forle, Tremolo, (Irand Orirun and Orand swell. KneivMop HmIkIU 74 Inches i Leuth,4') In; Width,
4 in; WelRht, boxed, aiii) lbs. Theease Is of solid walnut, veneered with choice woods, and Is of an
entirely now and beaiitllul design, elahoralely carved, with raised pannels, music closet, lamp stands,
fretwork, Kte.., all elegantly finished. Peeresses the latent and best improvements, with (treat power,
depth, brilliancy and svnipalbetlc quality of tone, tteautll'ul solo tiled and perfect slop action
Heeular recall price f-M, 'or wholesale net ealt price to have It Introduced, with stool and hook,
nuly !i-a one oruuti sells other. Positively tin deviation in price Jop metit rcnulrt d until yen
have nilly tested the orRiiu In your own home. We send nil Orpana on l&duya test trial and pay freight
lioth wins If instrument not as represented. Fnllv warrant! d for 5 years. Other stylei-Sstop or
pun only $i'i."i; V stop, $S,ri: 1 1 stops, Ur. Over :U.lO0 sold, and every Orusn has given tho fullest sat
Irfuctloii. Illustrated i lrculiir mulled iree, Factory and warerooma, 67th St. aud loth Ave
QTri7IT iri'QTr1 t ono third price. Catalogue of SjKU cholco piece sent for 8c atarnp. Thl
OJirifiX IHDOll Calaloiie Itu'lttdes inot or the popular music of tho day and every variety of
musical composition, by the best authors, Address,
MENDELSSOHN PIANO CO., P.O. box 2058, New York City.
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Cures by ABSORPTIOX (Nature's way
A I THKOA
ItDKIVKS INTO the system curative scnt
and h i a I f r i tr medicine.
It DH.UVS KliOM the dlfeufed part the polon
that cause death .
TIIOL'SANDS TESTIFY TO ITS VIUU'ES.
You can be Relieved and Cured
Don't despair tintll yon have tried this nenMble,
Easily Applied and K A D I C A L L Y E F
F K C T L A L Kemedy
Sold by tlniL'sUls, or tLt by mail on receipt of
price, t J.Uo, by
Send for Teeti r. 1 JVL i. ITAXLFV
monialeand our11',, V v i. ' .
book "Three l.M Madison Street,
Millions Year" CHICAGO, ILL.
MacKfrcr for tho Northwest.
everything he has ever tried for Rheumatism
Ohio, says it cured him of a sore throat of 8
and it gave immediate relief, and the child
havo used it in my family with complete
PlilCE 50 cents and $1.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freenmns' New National
of color aro unequalled. Color from 2 to 5