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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20, 18S0.
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in the World.
I-Or C'OMMUjUltloil, ISlllOllSllCIH,
m-u)ai Ik, Torpid I.Ivor, Ileiu
orrlioldM, imllsponltloii, iiud all
DlhordtTH arising' from an ol
htrui'tcil Mute of l!ie Hhlcm.
l.aillc" nnd children, (mil tin who illiko
taking ri;ih in 'i ii'iiisi'uus nr. -pe-
Clillly ilt asi ll Willi Its ukiwhIiIm qnailliel.
TIlOI'IC-FltUT LAXATIVE miiv In.
In all i'iivh II, at iiecil ii,.. ul,i i,f it puu'iitive,
rut hurtle, or (ijx rU-nt 1111 lili'l m-, ami while it
thiees On. iiinii result hi 1 1 j mriMiiH iiaini, II in
entirely lr . from t,,n iitiml i,i:fi'tliiiiH ei,T,,ti;iii
to lln-iii. l"a lio.l Iiiliioiiu-tl tin Im ii iil .
Price 25 cts. Large boxes Goc.
Sold hv am, hrst-class I Hu;r;i-Tc.
HOW To i'l It K.
C 0 NSU M I T ION, C ( ) l' ( i 1 1 .S,
(OLDS, ASTHMA, CKOIT.
At! di'tn-i-a of tfit.' T! i'. I.ui.s Mid I'a'umtiurv
I'SE ACJOUDINC t.i DIRECTIONS.
Allen's Llinir Billviin.
VJ IUTM UKiHr,lMSirr,t,ftHtf'l Tea,
II All I LIS 1 '"' '"-" !- I.I.
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v4. u.lU hn. l'Mik' ft U bvl U, l. U.,l, M.
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM:
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
The I'n'lt'v Cnr
For all Female Complaints.
Tlil prrpumtlon, mi Ha nmo ptirnlfl'-i, f.n.lrti at
ift4a!le rroirtiiit that are Uamiit'! tu itM.iDNit del
irteliillJ. l",n one trUi tlif m.Til of tlul Com
t"urU will ln n-cnriifl, urflirf 1 ImmiUta ( and
nhrn it. uM-laciinllnuiHl, In riint-ty nine cam- In a tun.
drvd, ap rn.n.Titnjn'Ui,ffp.teiwtl'iUinU will t.i
Ufj. tn av.unt of II. proven ut-ntf. It i t!Ay r
rrOiDV.tile. aud pnrn!i"l by thu bvt phyilciani In
It will rui rntlnly tl.c w i form ft fulllnil
f tLo uutiii, 1 ueorrlio-a, irn tcuUr and ti.r.ruj
tl ivtnuifit n,BllOv.irUinTnmM . Inrkmniiul"0 and
ration. IVh1!ih!, all I'l'i ia, i im nli aiwl tlie cun-
.'ii nt .I'lii.iJ rn!iiu, atel l mrtally a,l t ,l to
thr Clianire of I jft It Till ilif.,le and dpi tuinort
f'o,n tl.c u!culnanirly Harfc of di n'l, pmi'nt. Tli
g lnd-nt'y t rancrou humora tin-re- U choked ry
j4dl!y by itQae.
In f:u-t it tin rmvrd " " irwat.
.-.t an, bnt rvmnly that Laa rvrr Wn dUroter
d It 'rniiatercry irtlon of the yt-m, andiflvea
arw llfeand vliror. It removes ftintnew.flatuli'ney, d
etruyaallrrarmg fur ntUnulauta, and rclk-TH weaksea
it the it,,ma,-h
.run- Hl.atlwr, IT(djwhe Serrnm rmrtratlon,
(lomral iM-hility. Skvpl. -, D-pniUin and luill
rmtlon. Tliat frollnttof bearirgilown, raulii( pain,
riKht anil l-kactHlalayiiTTna!iHitly cured bj
tuuv. ltillatlltlmeii,nuduuli'rall clrrwiutan
ee. art In bortnony wlthtuo law tb.it Korerni the
For Klilin-yC'omj'Wntaof either ivi thl ouniound
Lydia E. Pinkhain's Vegetable Compound
In ,n-psr-d at W and 21t Western Avetiuv. I.ynn, M u-.
I'rtee (1 .10. S'.i l,tll for8',.(0. R. lit hy mail In the
fnrmorplll. nl In the form fitUtrRfr. on r" i l't
i t price. pof "'. for villi, r. Mm. I'l.VKIIAM
fitvly anersall littemof Inquiry. K nd fur uu
,hUU Aihlritwartalive ,V,-nlion tht ;iirr.
So family aliuuMlw without I.VHIA Y. I'lNKriAM'
IJV"lt I'lUA Tlu-y euro Coimllimtion, HUIuusmi
midToroiOUy of the Uver. U renin i r lux.
UlCIIAltDSON k CO., St. Louis, Mo.
WI,V.ii ni.-' t:li for I.VIHA K. I'INK1IAM;S
V tuWe t'onijiouiiil.
4 . kH nK
IS A C'KliTAIN IiKJII.UYl'OU
COXOKSTION OF Till-: LUNCiS, KTC.
Coinimiiiul Syrup of
M'KKDM.Y.iAM) l'EHMANENTLY CIKKS
I'tiiiifti'lliin nf llio Liiiikh, Ilrunciiltla, Cmirunip
tlon, Mitvuii rroclrHllnn. rlluirtni'Ha of Jlrciilli,
I'ulplimion of tnu lli'iitt. Tn nitillnuof llio IIiiiiiIk
mid I.ltnliH, 1'1i)kIcii! and Mrtilnl Drirfnnn, I.om
nf Appetite, Lues uf i-norpy, I.oh of Memory. It.
will nip-Idly iniiirovc tlio wrukm'M. f'liicllotin Ami
ori;niiH of Iho lioilv, vlilcli (lujii'iid for lienllh upon
foltuitiiry, (t'tiil'Voluntiiry mid ItiYoliintHiysiorvoiia
It Held wllh Tlnor, KPHtlctioni ntid I'lilitlply, owlnsj
to the cxiuImIio lmriiiony of il liir.'dl.ut w. nl. In in
piiru Mood ttnt'lf. lis Ulclo pli-Brulit, ami It n ellVcl
rni Mien t,
I) H3 H I 14 I T Y.
St. .Iiiiin. N. II.
Mr. Jiimcn I. Follow", Cliemlrt, hi, .lolin, N il,
Ii'r Mlri llavlim iim'd your Ompiimid Syrup
of fJypoiilio"phlli'ii for K'liio time In inj pini'tli e, I
liavo 110 hvHltfttion In rucoiiiiut'iiillni; It to mv m
ttent" who tiro "iillerltm lintn izciumiiI ilelililiy, or
liny tll"tmHO of II111 limi, knowing thnl uveu In
'.a"e lilturly liopeli HN, ll Hll'nril" relief.
I am, dr, yours truly, Jl. (i, AUDY, M, D,
KOLD BY ALLl;ltU(i(ilST8.
THE DAUiY JUJTiLETIN,
W. C. AND L. ASSOCIATION COLUMN.
Edited lii tliu Inleresl of the Cairo Public Library.
MI).Nr, WOMKN AND F.OOKS.
Kv-ry UWw is u btp t sucoos; vtnty
tlntectitiii of vvli:it is fslni ijirects towards
whiit is t juo ; every triul ( xliaiiits hoiiiu
teniptiiic; form of trmr. Not only no, but
htiicely any uf tempt is entirely a i'l.iluie;
nenrcely uny theory, the result of steady
thought, is ttltoiietlitr f.ilfe, no t tu t i n
fnrin is without some Intent charm derived
from truth. W'iiKwi-.!.!..
Tin; Emperor of Urail has jiiit trai:-lnt-i
d into I'ortt'.f'uese a nelee.liou l'roin Wliit-tii-r's
"I'iiinc 1: Lkoi'oi.d told (Jeoru'e Eiiot, in
a recent cull, thut he had read "Middli
mni h" nine times."
LViki.u.kAnna Lkwis, aituot the hist
urviv.ir ol tlie Miiiiin-y senMini'iitai
Hc'uooi, died in London November ','rd.
hw was born near IJultimoie, in Aj -rtl 14.
11, r maidi n name w.is U-iIiinsnn. Sim
in.trrlL.l in 111, Mr. Sidney I). I'wis. a
1 i.vyer of llr oklyn. N. V mid since that
tune hiis iirimllv raided ul'ioad. Slie was
a cntributor to the Family Magazine
jttili!i-lied in A ' I mi i y, and to beverul other
ieiiidie,i;B. IL r first volume "The Ileecrtl
of the IP ait" was published in 1841; "The
t ."liil 1 of the N-u" unpcired in ls41;"The
Myths f the Minstrel," in 19j2. She
vMted the United States in lfeC:i, and jiub
l;shi d here "Helenmh, or the Fall of Mon-
t' Zunia,'' a ir iLjedy. She reprinted a col
lection of lier poems in London in lS'JG.
In lSHSshe jiroduced "Sapho of Losbos,'' a
tragedy that run through several editions.
In 109 she published ''The Kind's Strata
gem," a tracedy. She was a frequent lt
ter-writer from London to American journ
als over the siyuature of "Stcdl.''
The Free 'irammar Seliool of Birmiiif;-
ham, England was foumied by Edward VI.,
in ')'2. rince when the building has been
rebuilt at a co-t of iGl.OoO. Thebiiiidino;
i a tine, impoi-in looking stiucturc of dark
n-y stone, decorated in Eli.abethan style.
Tnu Art Museum in Cincinnati, te wh'cli
Charles W.Wet (,-ave l.Vi,000 on condi
tion that the citizens raise as much more,
is a.-sured. as they have raised fl.'J.VJi.
il'.KAT WdllKS IN 0I.1)KNT1MK.
Wendell Phillips thinks the ancients at
tained perfection in smiie nrts, the knowl
edueol which has been lout m our time.
It is certain that tlmse mo.-t l.tmiliur with
steam power and modern machinery are
puzzled to explain bow the :rrand structures
of the ancient world vsere erected. Uuild
ers say tint no modern contractor could
erect the threat pyramid in Eyrypt, and lift
the pL'antic stones at the t.iii)init to the
height of four hundred and fifty feet.
A recent visitor to llialbec, and the
ruin" ol the great temple of llaal, doubts if
any modern architect could rebuild the
temple in its ancient grandeur. Time huge
stones, sixty-four feet long, thirteen high
and thirteen wide, stand in a wall at the
height of twenty feet. Nine other stones,
thirty feet long, ten high, and ten wide,
are joined together w ith such nicety that a
trained eye cannot discover the line of
A column still stands in the quarry, a
mile distant, which is completed, with the
exception that it is not detached at the hot
torn. It is sixty-nine feet hnr, seventeen
feet high, nnd foiittei n bieml. and one can
not understand how it can be separated at
the bottom fn m the quarry without break
ing. The ruina of thiM vast t inplc inspire
respect for the genius f lornu r years.
CON I'l N I-.MAI. A ITKKC! A I loN ! IIVKON.
It is reinaikuble that while Englishmen
have often disputed as to the merits of Hy
mn there lias never been much difference
of opinion on the subject aiming continent
al critics. There are many English poets of
real eminence- whom foieigners have great
dillieully in appreciating. They have never
admitted thi! importance of Wordnworth,
even Keuts has been rerj inadequately esti
mated by them ; and Shelley ia only now
beginning to be read with an approach to
sympathy in Fiance nnd Ocrmrny. lint
UyronV greatness was recognized almost
immediately all over Europe; aud there is
hardly a Continental poet ol the nine
teetilh century whom he lnw not in some
deyeee inllm nceil. The ordinary way
of ticcountinjj for this fact is to ay
that Hymn's "elfects" nio for the most
part of the broad and palpable
order, and that they naturally com
mand an attention which in rare
ly given tu more- exquisite workman
ship. There is, perhaps, pome truth in this
view; but it ought to bo oliylim that his
Ideas and sentiments would never have
maduu profound impression simply because
they wore- easily understood. His writings
took at once a commanding place In Euro
peiin literature because they gave adequate
expression foi the iirst time to the ceiitiul
tendencies of his . ('St. James (ln-zettu.
Itcliin? rilesSymptoms and Cure.
The symptoms are moisture, liko pers
piration, intense, itching, increased by
scratching, very distressing, particularly at
night, as if pin worms were crawling in and
about the rectum; the private pints are
soinutinicsall'ected; if allowed to continue,
very serious results may lollow. Dr.
Swayne's All-Healing Ointment is a pleas
ant wire cure. Also, for Tetter, Itch, Salt
Klicum, Scald Head, Erysipelas, Jhtrber's
I ii:h, Ulotches, all Scaly ('rusty Cutaneous
Eruptions. Price 50 cents, II box -s for
Sent by mail to any uddres.s on receipt of
price m currency or three cent postage
stumps. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne &
Nin,.i,iO North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
l'a. Sold bv all prominent druggists in
(.'aim and e sewhere.
Swavnc's Pills are. the Lest for all bil
ious disorders. They ward oil' Chills and
Fever. ( 1 )
Thus. Howard, Ihiidford, Pa., writes: I
enclose money tor spring lilo-som, as i
said I would if it cured tne;iny Dyspipsia
lias vanished with all its symptoms. ;.lany
thanks; J shall never be with in the house.
Entei pi'isiiig Druggist.
Mr. (leorge E. O'llara, the live druggist
of the town, is always up to the dues and
reaily to meet the deinni, ds of his many
customers. He has just received a supply
of that wonderful remedy that is astonish
ing the world by itB marvelous cup'h. Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption,
cough', colds, asthma, bronchitis, buy
lever, phthisic, croup, wlinnpingcough, tick
ling in the throat, loss of voice, hoarseness
or any allection of the throat and lungs.
This remedy positively cures, as thousands
can testify. If you do not believe it cad
at his drug store and get a trial bottle free
of cost or a regular size bottle for one dob
lar. As you value' your life, give it a trial
and be convinced, as thousands already
have been (4)
Viiv has Hoinieopathy become so popu
lar? Eccause 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.
In Re-dencral Public.
10 cents versuslndigestion and Dyspepsia
Why linger in the miseries of Indigestion
and Dyspepsia when there is an almost in
fallible cure to be found in Spring Blossom.
Trial size 10 cents; regular size 50 cents.
To all who are sum 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 Hev. Joseph
T. Inman, Station D, New York City.
TllIllTY YKAIW" Exr-KUIENCK OK AN Ol.I)
NrifK Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup is
the perscription of one of the best female
physicians and nurses in the United States
and has been used lor thirty years with
never falling safely and success by millions
of mothers and children, from the feeble
infant ot one week old to the adult. It
corrects acidity of the stomach, relieves
wind colic, regulates the bowels, and gives
rest, health and comfort to mother and
child. We believe it the best and surest
remedy in the world, in all can-s of disen
tery and diariluea in children, whether it
arises from teething or from any other
cause. Full directions for using will ac
company each bottle. None ir'nuine un
less the fac simile ot Curtis & Perkins is on
the outside wrapper. Sold bv all medicine
dealers. Twenty-live cents a bottle. (3)
Jay D. Di'.nni.mi, clerk, Wabash shops
Toledo. Ohio, savs: "I am now wearing an
'Only Lung Pad,' and it has afforded nic
almost instant relief from asthma." See
One trial bottle of Spiing 15'ossom can
be procured from your druggist for 10
cents. To those troubled with indigestion
and dyspepsia we recommend an immedi
ate trial. I 'rice, 50 cents; trial bottles, 10
Wk nusnsK to call thi' attention, to our
readers to the Ormd Holiday Offer of the
Mendelssohn Piano Company, whose ad
ve: tiseini'ii'. appears elsewhere. This
Company i ffeis tin $SoO Square Grand
Pi.nio, II stringed; octaves, in a hand
some ii.se wood case, for only $245; also
many other styles of Pianos and Organs at
treat bargains for the Holiilnys, inciiidins
shed music at one-third price. These
Pianos, including (Irand, Square and Up
right, made one of the linest displays at
the Centennial Exhibition, and were unani
mously recommended for the Diploma of
honor and Medal of Men!. The Mendels
sohn Piano Co. are the first to do a general
business with the purchaser direct, saving
him more than one-half the. price charued
by other Iirst class makers. This saving is
ni in It? Iiy doing away wiih the Agency Sys
tem, and giving the people the Pianos at
Wholesale or Agency prices. We would
recommend any of 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
One hot lie of Dr. Thomas' Eelectric Oil
restored the voice when the person had
not spoken above a whbper in fives years.
Sold by Paul (1. Si huh.
liiTi's Hoiiivon, Nunda, X. V.
A i. AiitiB proportion of children who die
early are those whose brain development is
unusually large in comparison with the
body. Why is this? Simply because- the
functions of the body are too fiail to sup
ply tho waste going on in this brain conse
quent upon active Intelligence. Fellow's
Compound Syrup of Hypophosphitcs is so
prepared that it impurts'the riial principle
directly to the brain, while it assists in de
veloping n rigorous and robust body.
A Little, Learning.
A little learning is n dmgerous thing,
particularly when dabbling in 'medicines;
fur better to use a well-fried nnd established
remedy liko Dr. Thomas' Eelectric Oil, en
dorsed by everybody who has tiled it in
cases of rheumatism, neuralgia, sprains,
bruises, cutn, burns, and all the ilia that an
American sovereign Is subject to. Prico,
50 cents; trial size- 10 cents. Sold by Paul
Lacks and Emuuoidkihks. For nil
other purposes than for trimming,
Spanish lace, both black and white, is
Mill in high favor, nnd vails, scarfs,
overdresses and sleeves of tho sanio
provide a trraeeful litiish to handsome
toilets. White hen of this kind U
much used on dress bonnets, and tho
black on bonnets for street wear.
15 re to n ami Ltuigiicdoe arc still popit
lar materials for Jabots nnd fichus;
and ccruo has proved so acceptable a
shade in tho latter lace that it will
probably appear in other varieties.
Tho old lnco points, Maliiics
AngleleiTO and guipure are more nnd
more in favor in Paris, and M alines
will doubtless be soon extensively in
troduced hero by leading bouses,
Fichus and jabots diller only in slight
particulars from those lieretoforo
shown. Swiss, mull, plain or figured
and white, cream tinted, pink or blue
crepe de chine, often handsomely em
broidered in colored silks, are among
the materials employed as centers. A
new fichu recently observed was in
cape form, linished by a very full
standing rul'Ie of lace at the throat
and teriniiiaiiMg in front in long flow
ingends. luiiialions of Kussiaii laces
are attractive to tho-e who desire
something inexpensive for trimming
underclothing, and for the same pur
pose Hamburg arc provided in a
great variety ol unusually pleasing
patterns, and' in sets conveniently ar
ranged to spare the shopper trouble
in matching edgings nnd inserting?.
Another material especially adapted
for a finish to muslin is Indian em
broidery, which much resembles
Hamburg, and is said to be as durable?
as what are called "everlasting" trim
mings. Childw.n's Fashions. The changes
in children's fashions are never radical
They merely distinguish change by a
loop more, a rutlle or tuck less a sash
worn low down, high up, or none at
The princess dress, that displaced
the loiig-i'aforcd, looscly-litting Eng
lish dress, competes with the long
vest and jacket suit; these, and the
panier tunic costumes, arc the most
stylish lor little misses at present.
Skirts are very short, and the panta
lets quite invisible.
Every child should wear a waist of
strong imislin, with a stout band well
supplied with buttons, to which all
the uiidcr-g.irnieiits are buttoned, thus
bearing the weight of them upon the
shoulders, and leaving the person free
to grow ns nature intended it should.
As the child develops into the "miss"
the waist can be shaped, and attain
the dignity ot whalebones ns a sort of
(leini-eoi'M't. The gradual training of
the human body is as necessary as tho
training ot a vine.
' Tne broad-brim Uubcns hat, worn
somewhat on the back of the head,
and slightly on the side, is still the
most favored. Tlie lace shading and
protecting Directoire form vies with
the coquettish toque for the second
place. Large, tlal collars are decided
Fancy colors in dress fabrics, such
as pink', light blue, etc, are not worn
in the street. Velvet and satin are
less used lor. trimming children's out
door garments than formerly. Dark
blues, browns, and Uussiiin green,
trimmed with plush of tho same
shades, are the prevailing styles.
Dark suits, trimmed with hand
some w hile lace, are much in vogue
lor little boys under live years of age.
Nothing aooiit a little girl displays
a mother's peculiar taste more than
the way the hair is arranged. The
severely neat mother will comb tho
hair smooth,)' back from the brow;
tho vain mother v ill curl and l wist it;
tlie elegant mother will "ban.;" a
pretty li iii.e of hair over her child's
intellectual brow, brush the rest back,
slightly braid it, leaving an end free
to kink or curl, with a pivtiy-colored
ribuou bow that holds tne hair iu
a. i aa i i
Srr.iNo bring.? the blossoms. Autumn
brings the fruit nnd also colds, etc., for
which nothing superior to Dr. Anil's Cough
Syrup has ever been offered to the public.
It always cures. Price 25 cents.
Write to Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkhani, No.
2113 Western avenue, Lynn, Mass., for
pamphlets relativo to the curative pro
perties of her Vegetable Compound in all
NEW YORK STORE,
WIIOELSALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
in Tin: city.
goods sold very Close
O. O. PATIKU !t CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth troot Poirn Til
CoininerciBl Avenue J VyllUU, ill.
GENERAL DELIVERY open n.W a.m.; cloBoa
HtliOp.m.; Sunday: 8 toy I, m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m,; cloaca
V 5 p. in.
Through Exprcea Mali a via Illinola Central 3:40
Mlnslnlppl Central Railroad cloao at 9 p. m.
Cairo and Poplar Uluu Through and Way Mall
cloned at 1 p. m.
Way Mall via tlllnol Cnntral. Cairo and Vln
cenne" and MlM.valppi Coutral Itallruada cloae at
i:45 p. m,
Way Mall for Narrow Gauo Railroad cloaci at
8:80 i. m.
Cairo and Kvunavllln Ritor Route cloaca it 9:90
p. m. daliy (except Friday).
ilM U WW Hi
i ii r ii
J f- J
Cuke Your Uackaciie.
And all lli'i'ni'H of tho Kidney", Hluridr.r nnd
Urinary Orpina by wearlUK llio
Improved Excelsior Kidnry-Fiul
It Ih a MAKVEt. of II EA LI NCI aud KELIKF
Simple, Sensible, Direct, Pain
It ('I'll KS wl'eio nil elee. full". A REVELA
TION ami Kr.VOI.l 'HON In Medicine. Alieorp
tlon or direct iipoltcHlon, a" opponeil io uii-Klitii-rartiiry
Internal nn-diiiiiej. heni! for our
treatise on Mil n ey tronlilea, "i nl free. Sold hy
druj.'L'ii'tK, or Bent by muil, ou receipt of price, J
oriSJ :..wdfiB.THE ONLY LUNG PAD CO
nine. Kidney I'nd DETROIT,
Ar-k for il. aud Mie liirmn.
take nn other. '
Manager for tho Northweet.
"Worth Its Wekjiit In Gold
CURES PIXISS A.NU burns
CURES PIUES A.ND BURNS
CURES PI EES AND BURNS
f1TTP'I7C! nUTS ANI) Pulses'
Kft (iUTS AND IjnULSES
Sold by all Druggists.
Go to PAUL G. SCHUII, Druggist,
Dyes. For brightness nud durability
pounds, price 15 cents.
Mendelssohn Piano Co.
Will make, for the next 6(1 days only, a Grand Offer of
PIANOS A.NJ3 ORGANS.
81150 Square Grand Piano for only 8215.
TVT T,' MncniHcent UoKewood case, elegantly ilnlsheil. 3 trinp7 1-3 Octarea full patent
" canliitileiiuiiiltes, mir new patent overMnini! arale, bcuntilul carved ln and lyre lieaTjr
eerpetitini) and lartre funry moiildini? round ciice, lull lrou Erunie, French Orand Artlon, (irand 11am
niers, in fuct ivory improvenitut which can In uny way tend to the perfecilonof tho Instrument hat
t f '"Our price for thi inctrument boxed nnd delivered on bonrd tho car at New Tork jSHrXftA
wnli line 1'Ihuo l over, Slool nnd Hv,ok, only fla'M.uu.
Thi Piano w ill he sent on ted Irlnl. I'lenpe end reference II you do not aeml money with order. Caih
sent wllh ordi r will be n funded und freight clmrt'e aid hy tin loth way If l lano I not just a rep
resented in thi advertisement. Thousuiidr In use. frend for Calalik'iiv. Every ilistn.meiit lully war
runted fur live year .
1)1 V VM $:i''"to$l'0(with htool, Cover and Book). All Urictly Firft-cla and old a. Whole
JliJO "a'"' factory piiee Tln'M' 1 intion nn (lenlie ol the fluest difplay at the (i ntcnrlal
Evblbilion, und were nnaiiinuiiihlv reronmiendi d for the lHchest lloror. The
Square contain our New I'alelit cal. Hie ureulert iinproven.ttl In the history of Piano makirir. Tha
UpriL'lit are the llnest in America. 1'ocitively we make the (lnet I'lano", of the rlchcut tone anu Kreat
est durability. They lire reci mmcmled hy Hie hlhiM mui-liiil atilherllli in the cmuitry. tin M,WO
In line, and not one diMiitislled purehaher. All I'iiineH and Oreim cent on 1. ilny tcet trial-freli-hl
free if uncitisTiictorv. Don't fall to w rile tip tiefure hiivini:. I ositivcly we oiler the Dent bart&in. tal
alo'ue mailed free, jtandaomp IlliiHtruted and Dinrip:ive (.'utnloi'tie i f HS j'mta mailco for 'it stump. '
Every 1'intM) fnllv wnrriinteil forSveam.
I 1 i VT'M Oiir"I'arlorlinitid Jublleo Or-nn," "tyleHfi. m the finest ned mm e'eft toned Reed
I lii T A 1 11 oa-iin ever offered the muncul public. It cmitiilus l-'lve Octave. Hve et Reede,
w-ai viiia..rv firoroij(,itnveHeneli,alid one or three Octnve", Thirteen Mep" with (irand
Oruati Iliapfon, Melodlii, Viola, Hiite.Celecle. llnlcel. Echo, Melndia-Furte. l'eletlna, Vlollna. Vlute
Forle, Tr inolo. (iriind OrL'nn und (irund-fwell. Kneii Slop II-llit 74 inches: I.cneth.43 in; Width,
-.4 In: Welch!, boxed, Hrt) Ih. Thornrc In of olld walnut, veneertd with choice wood, and la of an
entirely new uud heiiulllul desinn. elaborately carved, with rnlsed punnel, mulc cloet, lamp stand,
fretwork. Elc, ull eleuntly fliiished. I'nee the intect and test improvi nient. with enat imwer,
depth, brilllimry and .vnipnltiettc quality of lone. Heniiltfiil olo eflcrt ai d perfect Hop action
lteirulur re!nil prlre J2S5. Our wholeculo net rush price to have It Introduced, wllh "tool and hook,
oulv J'.'T a one orniiu ell other. Positively no devlulli n In rue Tiopujn t rt n quir d ui til yon
have fully tected tho orp'ii in your own home, We seed nil drpun on n day teft trlnl and pay freight
both wav If Instrunietn i not a reprenvnted, Kullv warranti d for 5 year Other lvlei-Stop or
gHii only lift; B top, fsft: I I stoji, Sllft. Ovur IIS.MK' mid, and every Organ ha given tho fullest at
Isriictlmi. Illustrated circular mulled Ireo. Factory and ware room. Kill St. aud Huh Ave
CTll.T'T' Al ITU rC l one-third price, I'lituiogue of ;im ll choice pli cen eut for ,'lc a'nmp. Thin
Ull lii i x in l kJlU Catalot'iin include nio"t
miiIcul composition, by the best author, Addre,
ROOTS AND SHOES
1 nun I tie hirer and dealer in Cuatnm-niado
BOOTS and SHOES.
Finest and Neatest
stock of Custom
Made Hoots and
Shoes for Boys'and
Men's wear to lo
found iu the city.
No other shop can
compare with it.
N. II. All work warranted, and RopalrlnR noatly
douo on ahoit notice,
1?ivli4li Cf Botwoen Commercial and
Xilglllil Ol., WaabhiBtonAve.
- LI. A.
Cures hy ABSORPTION (Naturc'o way
It IJIUVEH INTO tho ivttem cnratlve gt
and hcullug medicine".
It DKAU'S HIO.M tho dlccaecd part" the polnoos
Hint ennui' ileal h.
THOUSANDS TESTIFY TO ITS VIRTUES.
You cairbe Relieved and Cured
Hon't deiqialr nnlll von have tried till enelbl,
Knslly Applied and RADICALLY E P
K K O T II A I, Remedy
Sd: 0 hy ilriit'tlrli', or cent by mail on receipt of
price, $.'.0n, by
monllld mirTIIE ONLY LUNG PAD CO.
hook "Three DETROIT,
Miniorsu eer" vii,:,.n
Managers for tho Nortbwcut.
PRICE 50 cents and 61.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Ercen.nns' JCew National
of color are iiiKqualkd. Color from 2 to 5
of the popular uiunlc of the day and evry varl
ry variety ol
P.O. box 2058, New York City.
TTiii r n
f"ourclveby maklns mon-
I ley when a golden chance i
I-! ITlll I otlered, thereby a I wave
II I J I J I keeplnu poverty from your
door. Those who alwaye
take advautai.'rt of tho good
chanrc for making, money that are offered, general
ly become wealthy, while those who do not Im
prove aiic.h chance remain iu poverty. We want
many men, women, boy anil girl to do work for u
right in their own loeulltle, The bulnc will
p..y more than ten tune ordluary wage. Wo
furnish au expenenlve outfit and all that you
need free. No one who engage fail tu make
money rapidly. You can devote year whole tlinn
to the work, or only your aparo moment". I'uli
information and all that I needed eut free. Ad
dre ST1NSON A CO., Portland, Maine.
IKON WOKRs "
IjlOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
Vulcan Iron Works
DS 01UO LEVEE. CAIRO. HIS.
John T. Reimie.
HA VINO etablUhc( hlaworka at the above ,
tloned place t better prepared than ever Ibt
nionufactnrlng Steam Engine and Mill Marhinrrv,
Having a Steam Hammer and ample Tool, the '
manufacture of all klad of Machinery, Railroad.
Steamboat aud llrldge Forging mad a eoeclalty.
Kapeclal attention given to repair of t "tne aed
Pipe JT ttlnx 1m all lubrudief.