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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUM)AY MORNING, DECEMBER 19, 1880.
It, p.in-il ff uiii 'I 1 i tn,i ii-l
Is the Best and Most
in the World.
Tor C-otiKtipnUoti, IJillousiieHH,
Headache, 't orpid I.Imt, lli-m-orrliotdH,
IiuliHpoHitlou, antl all
Disorders nritttiiic from an ob
structed Ntate of tiic Mslcm.
Ladle mill rtiiV.re'i, and llii-w who '!!,;!;i
tnklnn m il luiust-ims mcdicim-, un e-p"-cmily
'li .iiu-il with' us iiin.-i-rti.ii. muiiii ii-.h.
TliOriC-J-llUT I.A-V AT1VK iiihv f.e .)
In 111! I'Iim-4 lliul ni-i-.l II,.. ,, f H l-lll.'llllV-,
rntliiirllv, or iiin-rleiit tin ilirlin-, himI while n n--i-tlmt-4
Hi.- uiui; remit n-.Ui.. ,,1-niH iiiinii.'l, It ia
Tit . r-ly fr. -.- Iruin the ii-nul ..i.n-i Him.h i-i.i,,ii,uii
tulliem. 1'at-kftl litbriinii l tin I.uv.aoi.l).
Price 25 cts. Large boxes Coc.
Sold hv am. fikpt-ci.a I )i:r.r; 1-7
Consl'm I'Tiox, Coughs,
COLDS, ASTHMA, (.'KOFI'.
All l!sci-i;s of the Throat, Liu,; ai.'l J'ul.Ti'.n'irv
USE ACCoBDINC ' ' ' DI UK'. "HONS
Allen's Lunir I5:ils;un.
lifl, ll.r.TH'.Mli.-f toi'l lea,
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MBS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM:
CF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
Tn I'n.ttlv Turn
For all Female Complaints.
Til. prt-i,rtlnn, u lu uuna alirnlrlt, consist of
Yrt-Hahk- l'rt-ril'i lliat are bannl.-Mi to the moat del
k-aulnraliJ. liK.n 011 trial tl m-ftu of thi Com
jKninil will tw rewifniinl, iin-IM l ImmedUl i Hid
hm .U u U contfuucl. In ninety nine cw-sln a bun.
dnl, p-miiifntcun!lrn'iJjlliiinil will to
ttfy. On axvount of it provr n merits, It It today r
cemmeniled m4 l'rTHd hy tho bwt physicians In
It wUl cure entirely the .rt-t funn of falling
rf the uu na, Uurorrli.r, IrnguL-ir and im(ul
Hi-nitniaIi(.n,iillOarUuiTnHiM.-, Inflajninntlon and
l ln-ration, Flollii,all IlrlaeemnU and the fon
r,iumtpinal weaknru.ond U etirUlly adapted to
the Chanito of Ufe. It Till dbwolre and fiil tumorl
fr...n Hip uti-rujlnan early tare of di-Telr.pment. Tli
undenry to ranoerouihumon there 1 checked ery
tedlly l.y Ita ue.
In fan It haa rnred to be tha irreat
rt and bert remely that haa eer been dlaeoer
Ht. It permraU-a erery Portion of the ryatem, and gifea
ww llfeand vigor. It remove falntne flatulency, d
ptroya all cranng for aUmulanU, and nlliTH wealtncM
Of the itotnaf h
furef liloatlnff, ITiadarhea, Serrnua rroatratlon,
Heneral iM-bUlty.Sln'pliiMinia, Drrmwlun and Indl
rettlon. Tliat fet-ling of bearing down, raiulsg pain,
eight and backache, toalwaya permanently cured Ly
ttauae. ltwUlatalltlmen,andunili'rall rln'Uniatan
rea, act In harmony with tl.e law that govern! the
For KiitncyComplaJntaof eltlier art thia compound
Ljdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la prepared at tS and Weatcrn Aw nue. Lynn. Maw.
lrlcc1.0C. SU bottloa for $..). fk-nt by nuul In the
f nrm of pllla, also In the f orm of Ixicvnifva. on receipt
of price, l.0O, per box, for eitht-r. Mra. TlXKHAM
freely anawera all Icttcnt of InTtlry. Send for pain
phli t Addroaaaa above Jfenffun fkia ynar,
Kn family ahould bo without LYDIA K. l'INKO.M'
ISM TILLS. They cure Conirtljiatlon, UlliouaneM
and Torpidity of the Liver. 24 crnta tar box.
RICHARDSON & CO., St. Louis, K
W1io!i.h!o m-iMili. f..r I.YDIA K. l'INKI! A M'.S
Vejfi'Mililo Colli iiiliml.
Ohtttincd for now Invention", or for Improvements
on old one" ; for mial'.cnl or other compound", trade
mark" ion! lunolB. t iiveittH, Aealtimi'iiln, later
fi-renre", Apiioalf. Httlln for Infrliiuomuiitii, mid
all paaea HriniiiL' miller the I'ntt'ut I.uws, uronint-
ly atli'tiilert to. liivcmiini" tlmt have been
I V 1 1ITI-TT hy 1't",'"t f'tlH'f may mill,
JIIV) VAJi 11' In mom cnecK, hiMiatenteil by
nt. Bclnn oppomto the U. 8. i'uti tit (ieiirtnu'tit,
and eni:H(!"d In l'ateut btiriut' exclusively, we can
mnla r.l.iaer aeiirclii'". anil aectire J'Hteiite more
promptly, and wllli broader claims, than tlioce wtio
are remote trnin naiiiiiifiiiu.
IVVyVTnpy''l N mme orketch f
li V rill lUJVOvour device: wo mnke ex-
amlnatloliK anil ndvlae h" to phtentablllty. free ol
rnnriiu. All correapoiuiencit mricny coiiiinentiHi,
I'riren low. and no rlinrire ttnlea" l'liUul l"-tecun;(l
Wo refer In Wimhlni'toii, to Hon l'Himiimr
(letierul 1), M. Key, liev. V. I). Tower The (iertnuu
Amerlciin Ntttlonul Hunk, to official In the II. B.
raletit Offlco, ntid to Seiintora ami KeprereutHtlva
InContfreee; uinle"pecliillv(ooiit cllenlH In every
muie in uie Liiiun aim iu iiuitom. Auureu
O. A. SNOWcScCO.,
Oppodto I'at lit Ofl'.CB. WaahlnistoD D. C
Hknj. F. Giiakto.v, Stohy I). Laud
IIai.iu:ut E. Paine.
I, lite, C'omiiilHeliilier of l'ateulK,
PAINE, CiHAFTON e LADD,
AllornevB-al-t.ttw and 8olleltor of AnurlcaH and
412 FIFTH STKKET, WA8HINUTON, 1. C
Vractico patent law In all Its branches In tho
l'nlent Ollloe, and 111 tho Bupremit and Clreull
Ounrli of lh I'nllcd Htatea. rniiiplilet lent fl'eo
on receipt or "innip mr pnmit
C.uiio, h i.isoih, Dvccailier, 10, 1880.
'Did ri'L'iilnr annual mcetlnir of I ho mockhnlilcr
ot tho C'lly MuUiinnl Hankof Cnlio, for Ilia purpnre
i eiei'linc Kevin iiireciorK. win ue iieiu at inn or-
flea of said bank. Id tin cHv.on Tiumday, January
11, 1HH1. 1'olU open at in o clock i. m- and clout
at 4 o. clock p, nt. or mil l flay
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
W. (.'. AND L. ASSOCIATION COLUMN.
Kilili'il in till' Interest of the C'uiro Public I.lhrury.
MEN, WOMEN AM) HOOKS,
Every fiiilur.; is a step tow.-ml; every de
tection Uiwitrfin wliitt is fuhc iliivets tow
arls wlu.t i.-i tine; ivery triul exlinust
some t-iij i-t Ifi;f forms of error. Not i nly
so, but M-uree!y nry utteiii)t is entirely a
failjire; e irc"!y any theory, tlie rouit of
toady thoulit.iH a't.' tl.cr false; no t-mpt-form
it without sorne pitent (,f
chirm ileiive-1 from truth. Wl,evi!l.
Wii should filwuys look alu :.d und
al-.vuy.-i liabitu'ite our ciiil inn to look
alie id, to '.() '.Unit manhood and woman
li .o-i di-iii.iiids ull tliruiili its c -mi' ; to
s 'u wh it liood eitl.'.n.ilnj) drinateis for it.-i
Special duties: to sci.' what added power of
niir.ij and of conscience nih! of ri'ht lVel
iir.'s will he alwiivs lie ti-i-I'ul and ulwajs
ijeci:.-s try for the cin'-iL'' ney of rip'-r ycnrs.
Woman printers wen.' kii.nrn h ill' a en
tuiy hef..ro the revolution. A woman,
Marari't Draper, oi IJo,toii, conducted the
first newspaper in America. The original
Dfcl.iration of Independence was printed
by Mary Catherine Godurd. Wumnn's
E.sound.- -Mi-s Fanny Butler, a distin
uislied p'.ipil of the Women's School of
Medicine, Henrietta street, London, ban
just under'une her final examination at the
Kintrs and Queen's College ot Physicians,
Dublin, and is now about to proceed to
India, to labor there among the natives as
a medical missionary. JlissEdhh Shore,
a pupil in Anatomy of the same school, has
obtained, at the examination of the first di
vision, the first degree, M. 15., of the Lon-
Aht. A gospel in Greek, written with
silver ink upon purple parchment, has been
found in Calabria. It is illustrated with
eighteen M tnes from t lie New Testament in
miniature, and forty, poitrniis of the proph
ets. It is the oldest known manuscript of
the kind, belonging probably to tho close
of the fifteenth or beginning of the six
Fkiday, December 17th. was Whitier's
DEATH OF GOETHE'S BAKIJER.
ANOTEU LINK UIIOKKN THAT IU.NMS THE
rUKKENT r.EStllATIOS TO THAT OK THE
The London News lias the following
about the death of UoetlicV barber:
The peisonal associations between loathe
and the prest nt generation are rapidly
fading away. Only a few days ago the
death was announced of a granddaughter
of Charlotte Ruff, who figures as the her
oine of the "Sarrows of Young Wcrthcr.'
Since then another person bus passed away
hose connection with the great German
poet was less sentimental than that ot uny
relation of the girl who preferred Kestner
to Goethe. This is no other than Goethe's
barber, Ilerr Nieblingof Wcimai, who had
attended upon the poet for the last four
years of his life. It hits been said that no
man is a hero to his valet, and a philoso
phical reason has been given for the fact
but this statement will not apply to bar
hers, or at least to this barber. Ilerr Nieb
ling was very proud of having had the
honor of attending upon Goethe, and on
pleasant AVtinar evenings he was alwajs
ready to discourse over a well tilled beer
mug about his memories of the Ilerr
Goheimrath, who was and is the idol of
the little Saxon city.
The time is every day coming nearer
when Weimar will be unable to boast any
inhabitant who saw Goethie, as the unknown
hero of Mr. Browning's poem saw Shelley
once, ami to whom ho stopped and spoke
Upon the houses here and there in quiet
Weimar streets the tablets will remain
which tell tho traveler that "here Wieland
lived," and here Herder, and all the "mor
tal powers" of Schiller were "frozen at
their marvelous scource.'' Tho statues of
Goethe and Schiller stand together opposite
the theater, to tell all time that Weiniur
was once a rival to Athens. Rut soon none
will he left who can say that they beheld in
the flesh the demigods of tho court of Karl
AX INTERESTING LETTER,
IT ltl.NOS OK A OUATKI'TI, IIKAUT AM) OIVE!
IIONOli WllklllC IIO.NOll IS DTK.
Mr. S. W. C'apps, rf Scottsville.Iiicoupiu
county, III., wriks, under date ol Aim. '(),
1880, to Dr. Sway ne it Son: "I sent
you fur three boxes 'All-hcnlig Ointment
having hud thu Itching Piles for about
twenty-threo years, nnd lmvebeen treutc
for them by eleven different doctors, am
have paid out at h ast live hundred dol
lars yes, I would ho safe in savinir one
thousand dollars but never whs cured of
that itching which .annoyed ino almost to
dentil. When I becanit! warm, particularly
at night, the itchin; would begin, and tho
only relict was to bathu in cold water,
soipctinics ns ollen ns six or seven tunes In
ono night. I concluded to try your Oinl
ment, and liavo used two boxen, and tho
result Is a lulled cure, and I will say that
it is the best Ointment in llio world, and
will recommend iMo one nnd till ns Rtich
Swaynu' Ointment is sold by nil druggists
WIT AND HUMOS.
A Dutchman, describing a pair of
horses, said: "Doy wtu exactly alike,'
specially der off one."
Soft solder mends many n hole in ft
linn! pan, nnd taffy heal.s many 'n wound
ed spirit, if judiciously applied.
The hnbiH of fruit are peculiar; wo
have seen ii rai- in box, u ligdnmi and an
apple stand all day ou tho corner of a
A Cuban correspondent pays that tho
onlv things which Ihrivo in Havana arc
yellow fi'Ver, s:nall-pox, lies and lot
teries. I'atrick-"And, Biddy, darlint, they'yo
lieeti tcllin mo there, s too iiianv ot US
in the wurld. Now, if you mid me get
the iiiaste to make us two wan, troth
won t there be wan the less?"
A voting man went into a restaurant
the other day: and remarked "TiniH is
money," adding that as ho had half an
hour to spare, il the proprietor was will
ing, he w ould take it out in pie.
"Why, Franky," exclaimed a mother
at the summer boarding-house, T never
knew yuii to a.-k for a second piece of
pie at home." "I knew 'Iwan't no use,"
said Franky, La proceeded with his
Son. "Father, the lecturer at tho
hall to-night said that lunar rays were
only concentrated luminosity of the
earth's satelite. What do you think
about it?" Intelligent parent. -"All
moonshine, my son, all moonshine!''
"Oh, my friends," exclaimed u tem
perance orator," "that I had a window
in my heart, that you might all look in
and sec the truth "of what I tell you."
"Would not a pain in your stomach do
as well?" yelled a small boy.
"Still in fancy do I view thee," was
the beginning of a poem ho wrote to
her when they were courting. They
have been married a year now: and as
he nurses the teething" baby ho does not
write anything more about "still in
fancy." "One touch of nature," etc. Street
preacher: "I now ask, brethren' what
can I do to move you what shall I do
to move vou in this world of wicked
ness?" 'Any: "Send round the 'at,
guv' nor that'll move'em." Fun.
Maiden aunt to tall young nephew;
"As I stood by in church Percy, I could
not help being struck by your size."
Percy: "Very sorry, aunt, but there
was such an awfully pretty girl the other
side the aisle, I couldn't help sighing!"
"Mv son, I mist"" you are addicted
to the hatiil of cigarette smoking,
tfes.father, I have smoked one,"
"Here, take this pipe, my son; be aman
at once. Don't hesitate on the brink of
idiocy. Jump clear over and smoko
A meddlesome old woman was sneer
ing at a young mother's awkwardness
wiTh her 'infant and said: "I declare,
a woman never ought to have & baby
unless she knows how to hold it."
"Nor a tongue, either," was the quiet
rejoinder. l'onker's Gazette.
Ladylike qualities can not be con
cealed", no matter in what position she
who possesses them may be placed. A
Leadville lawyer was cross- examining
a woman on the witness-stand, and
beeoiningXbusive, she exclaimed: "I'm
a lady, by thunder, and don't you forgit
An Englishman was boasting to a
Yankee that they had a book in the
British Museum which was once owned
bv Cicero. "Oh. that ain't nothing"
retorted the Yankee, "in tho museum
at Rosting they've got tho lead pencil
that Noah used" to check off the animaLi
that went into the ark, ,
A Rerger County man pleasantly sat
down to breakfast", and his loving wife
said; "Darling does your head ache?"
Ho replied with sufficient dignity, "No;
why should you ask?" And she said
back, "Well, dear, you came in at three
o'clock this morning, and as you couldn't
hang vour hat ou the rack, you put the
rack down on the floor; ana said you'd
hang every hat iu tho house on it; and
I thought your head might ache."
Kew Yorlc Herald. ... ...
A pirty of miiier.s were snow-bound
on .Neciili mountain, Colorado. The
drifs vri'c high around their hut on
every side. :t:u! it Icvaine evident that,
;is tlii-lr Locl. of provisions was small,
ti cv ir,e. ((uickly dig themselves out or
st: rvc to death. 'On..' wc.s too ill to stir,
and tlie rest east lets to (letcrmino
Iiieh should stay witli him. Food and
fuel enough tor a week were left with
the l.vo men. nnd the others started on
tbeir despei'iiie joui'iiey. The distaneo
to i he iieuri"t settlement was only four
miles, hut they were live days on the
journey, and tl.eir sufferings were in
tense, from both cold and hunger. It
is uncertain yi t whether the sick man
and his companion survive.
A Daughter Rescued.
A Frankfort (Ivy.) physician writes :
Some months ago the daughter ot one of
our prominent citizens was pronounced a
hopeless consumptive. She was very much
reduced in flesh; terrible cough, her life
gradually wasting away. I recommended
her to use "Dr. Swayne's Compound Syrup
of Wild Cherry," which she did. Iu a
short time she was free from all cough and
other symptoms, nnd is now rosy nnd
healthy Price ','. cents and -tl a bottle or
(1 bottles $.). Tho large size is tho most
economical. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne
& Son, Philadelphia. So'id by druggists.
An occasional dose of "Swayne's Pills"
should ho taken to keep 'he bowels free.
They are excellent for torpid liver ami bil
ious complaints. Sold hy all the Cairo
"May we never want a friend or a bottle
to give him." A bottle of Dr. Thomas' Ec
lcctnc Oil, whichcures cuts, '.vounds, burns,
scalds, etc. Pai l G. Sciiuh, Ag't.
W. A. TiTt'K, 02 Ashland venuo, Toledo,
Ohio, says: "My wife is i "v as strong ns
ever, her regained health Ik t 'directly duo
to the use of the Excelsiu Kidney Pad.
We can heartily recoinniet: U to all kidney
troubled persons." See Ad.
She Passed it Along.
I sen ! you my testimonial in referenco to
Spring Blossom, having taken it for dys
pepsia, and receiving almost inimudiatoro
llel. I passed it to my neighbor, who is
using it with sumo result.
Mhh. J. W. Lki'hclt, Elmirn, N. Y.
I 1 I "
Virginia City, Nevada.
Tubt heard from Tom Harris, Virginia
City, Nevada; he writes that the
doctors had L'ivi n up all hopes of savin''
him. He Juul Albumenaria in the worst
form; was induced to try Spring Blossom.
lie is now bossing Ins damping null as
usual. Prices, 50 cents, trial bottles 10
A i..u:oi: proportion of children who die
early are those whose brain development is
unusually large in comparison with the
body, Why is this? Simiilv because the
functions of the body are too frail to sup
ply the waste going on in this brain conse
quent upon active intelligence. Fellows
Compound Syrup of Hypophosphites is so
prepared that it imparts the vital principle
directly to the brain, while it assists in de
veloping a vigorous and robust body.
Why has llomu'opathy become so popu
lar; Because their medicines are so easy
to take: and this is one reason why Carter's
Little Liver Pills are so very popular.
Everybody likes them.
Pi osf tared,
labeah Snow, Gunning Cove, N. S.,
writes: "I was completely prostrated with
the Asthma, but hearing of Dr. Thomas'
Eclectiic Oil, I procured a bottle, and it
diid 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 bottle. It goes like wildfire, and
makes cures whenever it is used.
Pall G. Schlh. Agent.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Neive Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send to 931 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
Lydia E. Poiam's Vegetable Com
p0.i uaa done thousands of women more
good than the medicines of many doctors.
Itisa positivecure tor all female complaints.
Send tt Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham.
Stop That Cough.
If you are suffering with a cough, cold,
asthma, bronchitis, hay fever, consumption,
loss of voice, tickling in the throat, or any
affection ot the throat or Iuiil's, use Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption.
This is the great remedy that is causing so
much excitement by its wonderlul cures,
curing thousands of hopeless cases, ver
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 nnd L'et a trial
bottle free of cost, or a regular sie for $1.
For sale by George E. OTIara, Druggist,
Cairo, 111." (3)
Mr. Win. Pomcroy, Bangor, Me., writes:
I have for a long time suffered from contin
ual constipation, making lite a misery, and
causing Headache and frightful cramps.
Mr. Thomnson (who hns been lately visiting
in Buffalo) induced me to try the Spring
Blossom. It 1ms perfectly cured me. Price,
50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
We desike to call the attention to our
readers to the Grand Holiday Offer of the
Mendelssohn Piano Company, whose ad
vertisement appears elsewhere. This
Company offers an $850 Square Grand
Piano, 3 stringed; 7 octaves, in a hand
some rosewood case, for only $2-13; also
many other styles of Pianos and Organs at
great bargains for the Holidays, inciudinir
sheet music at 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. 1 he Mendels
sohn Piano Co. are the first to do a general
business with the purchaser direct, saving
him more than one-halt the prico charged
by other first class makers. This saving is
made bv doing away with the Agency Svs
tern, and giving the people the Pianos nt
Wholesale or Agency prices. Wo would
recommend any ot our readers who have
any idea of ever buying a Piano or Organ,
to send for their Illustrated and Descrip
tive Catalogues, which will be mailed free
Couoits. "Brown s Bronchial Troches
arc used with ndvantageto alleviate cough,
sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial alloc
tious. For thirty years these Troches have
been in use, with annually increasing favor.
They arc not new and untried, but, having
been tested by wide and constant uso for
nearly nn entire generation, they have at
tained well-merited rank among tho few
staple remedies ot the ago.
Tun Thhoat. "Brown's Bronchial Tro
dies" act directly ou the organs of tho
voice, They have an extraordinary effect
in all disorders of the throat and larnyx, re
storing a healthy tone when relaxed, either
from cold or over-exertion of the voice, and
produco a clear and distinct enunciation.
Speakers and singers lhid the Troches uso
A Col'oh, Cold, Catahiiii of soro throat
requires immediate attention, ns neglect of
tentimes results in some incurable lung (lis
eases. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" almoBt
invariably give relief. Imitations arc offer
ed for sale, many of which arc injurious
Tho genuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
are Bold only in boxes.
FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
Vulcan Iron Wokks
9.1 OHIO LEY UK. CAIRO. IIJ.8.
John T. lieimie.
HAVING flutftbllahe hllworVt at the above men
tlone.l dImo I butter tircnared than ever fol
manufacturing ritoam Knglnni aud Mill Machinery .
Having a HUiam Hammer and ample Tool", the
titan iifactnni of all lonila of . Mjifilluar Dattmail
r I vi "V"
1. J.X jl
:SJfJfJJNU BLOSSOM m-i
in - PATJi.r. w mm .unw, 11
"j iiiuiiuiov-uuii) niv, xiJuo, im h
MIXES AND 5WT(JIKS;:;;:;:E
Cuke Youj. Hackache.
And ull t!lsoni-H of the Kidney", Ulaililer and
I'rinury Orpin hy wearing, thu
Improved Excelsior Kidney-Pad
It Ii a .MAUVKt, rifKEAUNO and HELIEF
Simple, Sensible, Direct, rain
It r'i;i KS wherp nil elfe fitiU. A KEVEI.A
TION ami KKYOI.LTION iu .Medicine. Alicorp.
tinn or direct ap;.llctitlon, ns oppoeed to nn
"iitiMitctory Internal nuiiU Inen. Siem! for our
treutiM! on Kidney trouble", a.-nt free. Sold hy
tlriiuictH. or "eut by mail, on receipt of price, f .'.
Thi" la the RATFS & II T FY
Oriu'tnaland (-'en- r L' t
Mine Kidney Pad 1 o MillllSOU StlTf't,
A.k for it and CHICAGO, ILL.
Manager for the Northwest.
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WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY )F IT. '
Geo. Mutchler, Marion, P., says: It beats
Daniel Hofl'man, a farmer, near Marion,
W. N. Palmer, 141) Morgan street, Buffalo, N. Y., Says: My child was taken with
Cough, in its severest form, and Dr. Thomas'
I began giving it according to directions,
slept well the remainder ot the night. I
Sold by all Druggists.
Go to PAUL G. SCIIUH, Druggist,
Dyes. For brightness and durability
pounds, price 15 cents.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
l'O BROADWAY iLNTEW YORK
E. A. BXJENETT, Agent.
Corner Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois.
W, N. CRAINE, General Manager for Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and the
Territories, 1MI Dearborn Street, Chicago.
Mendelssohn Piano Co.
Will make, for the next 60 days only, a Grand Offer of
PIANOS AND OEGANS.
8350 Square Grand Piano for ouly $24.5.
sTYT V i Magnlllccnt Roewnod cnae. elegantly flnlfhed, II Hiring" 7 M Ortavra fall palest
k A 1 " canlanleugrallc", our new patent ovcrMrnng aralc. beaatilul carved lege and lyre heavy
"crpeiitlne and large fancy moulding round ciikc, full Iron I'mme, French (fraud Action, Oraud Ham
mer", In fact every Improvement which cau Id any way tend to the perfection of the Instrument haa
been milled ,
rrOar rrlce for thla lii"trnnieiit boxed and delivered on board tho cars at New York CO I ft ftA
with llnu Piano Cover, Mool and Hook, only v Wi
Thi Piano will he "etit on tern trial, l'hwe "end reference II ynn do not "end money with order. Catk
rent with order will be refunded and freight chargt " paid hy n belli way. if l lano I" not Jiot at rep
reHenteil in this advertieeinent. Thoutanda Iu lire, bend for Catalogue, Kvery InMiuuuut fully war
ranted for llo yfltira.
Wk U in 1M to JUKI (with Stool, Cover and Hook). All "trlctly Flrm-clam and told al Whole
Aln 'ale factory pllcet Thctu I'lunnt umtleimc ol the fiueat difpla; t at tho Centennial
Exhibition, nnd were iinniilnioiii.lv recnniniendi d for the lllgheat Honor". The
Siimre" con tu In our New I'tiletit Scale, the grcuteM Improvement In thu hlntory of Piano making. The
Upright are the lliiett In America. I'orltlvely we make the tlneat I'lano", of the richeat tone antl grrat
ent duialiUlly. They are reeonnneiided by the ltlgheat buihIchI anthorlilea In the country. Over U.oeO
In ukc, and not one Ui"ntl"lled imrchaaer, All Ilniio and Organ nent on W day teat trial-freight
free If uu"atlirticlory. Don't fall to w rite im before liuvlng, I'oKltlvely we oiler the ne"t bargain. Cat
alogue mailed free, llandaomo llluatrated and Defcrlplive Catalogue of 4 rK tnallea for Sc "Uaip.
Kvery I'lano fully warranted for ft yean.
Mat A ATLJ Our "rarlorOrandJublloo Organ," mylcllS, In tho flnett and welct toned Krrd
IIVtTAln organ ever offered the muairal public It contalu" Five Octave, Five acta Hn-da.
uviiiw four of ili Octave eaeh, and oue of three Octave, Thirteen Stop with (iranl
Organ Diapton, Melodln, Viola, Ilute.Celeate, Dulcet. E'cho, Melodla Ferte, Celeatlna, Vlollna, Utite
Forto, Tremolo, Orand-Organ aud Orand-'well, Keen Slop" llvlght 74 Indict: Leniith.it In; Width,
.4 In; Weight, boxed, Hill) lb. The care I of tolid walnut, veneutrd with choice wuoda, and I of an
entirely new uud beautlliil design, elaborutely, carved, w llh raised pannel, music closet, lamp stand,
fretwork, Rlc. i ttllulegaully finished, l'osserae the latest and best Improvement, with great poarr,
depth, brilliancy and sympathetic (Unllly of tone. Ileum I Oil solo effect aid perfect Hop action.
Kegular retail price fjsa. Our wholesale net rash price to have It Introduced, with moot and hook,
only 17 a ouu organ tell other. 1'osltlvely no deviation in price Nnpa)tntnt rcqulnd ai.111 you
have hilly tr-mcd the orgnn in your own home. We t-end nil Organ ou 15 dav test trial and pay freight
both way If Instrument I not a represented, Fullv warrant, d for 5 year. Other tyle-Hto or
gan only ()!: U lop. S8: 14 (top, till. Ovur SJ.iop sold, and every Organ ha given tho folUtit tat
((faction, lllnatrated circular mailed live. Factory and wareroomi, S7th Bt. and 10th Ate .
CTITTlVI1 in TQrn tone thlrlpricH. Catalogue of an 0 choice piece sent for So 'ami. Vl
uiuj.ux 4UUUIV uaiaiogue lucisue I
tnuiloil composition, by tho beet author,
Cures by ABSORPTION (Nature's vaj
4 11 LUNG DISEASES,
AJmino AT DISEASES.
UDItiVES INTO thu
lyetcm curative agenti
and Ileal lute ineilictni-H.
ItDKAWS FHo.M thodlfcafed parts the poisons
t lint raii-e death .
THOUSANDS TESTIFY TO TS VIRTUES.
Vou can be Relieved and Cured
Don't dcfpuir until t'Oti liave trieil thia ien"Iblr
Ea-ilv Applied nd RADICALLY f.
V E (J T I' A l Remedy
Sold by drntUlfte, or Beit by mall on receipt of
price, U.ou oy
Senilf.. 1'cHti T, ATfiX A HAM.P.V
moni"1 '"i our ,,, ,.,,
h,a Three Ja-l Madison Street,
y.iuona lear '
Manageri1 forthe Northwest.
i?. r r i orri
u J- V V X JLi
everything he has ever tried lir Rheumatism
Ohio, says it cured him of a sore throat of 8
Eclectric Oil being the only remedy at hau4,
and it gave immediate relict; and the child
have used it in my family with complete
TRICE 50 cents and $1.00.
Cairo. Ills., for Mrs. Frecmnns' New National
of color are uneoualled. Color from 2 to 5
of the United States.
of the popular tuuiio of the day ind evrry valet