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S l'rtr1froiiM.''1TI Irnrkal ' J
Is flie Best and Most .
in the World.
For CoiiHtlpnlloii, lllllouMiicHr),
Hcudac'lie, Torpid I.ler, Hem
orrholdH, indlMpoHltlon, mid all
IllHordcrH urlHlux from an ob
structed Mute or the n Htem.
Ladle ninl children, and lhe who (Unlike
takniK I'lkU Anil oniineon. medicine, aro Hpt
dttlly l)li-wd Willi Iih aijreealile qualltlf-t.
TKOI'lC-rltllT LAXATIVE may be ud
In nil mi Hint lieeil I tin aid (if a ,iirguliv,
cathartic, nmiMTifiu mullclne. and winle it iro
Snow lli- -111.11 remill an tin, iisrem iiKtncl. 11 la
ntiri'ljf fr,e from the uniul i,Iji.tiiii, iiiiiiikiii
Uilhein. Titrkrd In brunard tin Itwtvaonl.
Price 25 cts. Large boxes 60c.
Sold nv all first-ci.ass Druggists.
C() N S II M PT 1 0 X, 0 0 UCillS,
(OLDS, ASTHMA, Clidfl',
All dl.eci i f the Thru-it, Lai,, ami J'ulmonarv
L'SE ACORDINO DIRECTIONS.
Allen's Lung Biilsmn.
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turn w . tt ..r- i I.,,.. rr-M
iw. o.iu Im. fMylt'i 1m I mai, it. Lu, Ma.
MRS. LYD1A E. PINKHAM:
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Th Pnlt!ri Cnro
For all Female Complaints.
ThU prrpartlon, aj lt nam tlrninn, ennilit of
W-elA6te J'ruvrt;ct aro Lamilia lo tlw moat del
Kit Invalid. Uioa one trial the menu of Oil Com
puu&d w;;i t r-'sinlx'-d, arlW U Immediate ; and
win-n tlj uar lacotitiuuH, Id ninny n!noramiln a bun.
rfrvd. a(RTmaDci;(cuniif fTf-t'lriui(hmBan(!a will te--Uf
y. Oo amount of Iti pr-jvrn merit, It ti t' 4j r--aonimi-n'lM
and irraTiW ly tho tt phyalrtani la
It -.11 rur- entirely the w.iirt fnrra of falling
vf N uifn.i, Iu.-crrlni-v Irrijiilar and Mi.fui
Minitruati.n,allOTarianTrmili, Inllammatlon and
Cii-tratmn. tlixxHrw all IUjplarmnH and tha con-ar-iurnt
iplnal wcakn.'M, nd It rtiwlally lulaitnl to
thaChii(rnf Ufa. It will dlwil'a and tumora
froi ti.d uurulnan rly utaa of d Tf ln;itnrnt. Tba
tn lfn--y toran'-iTirtJihumoraUirra U cboctad Tary
Ilily hj ita mr.
In fat It hia prnwd to ta tha t"t
jI il bt remcJy that baa ersr bwn dlaroior
ad. It pe rau-atra a vary purtlon of tha ayrt m. and glvra
aa life and rior. It reinnrea falntaew.flatulerK-y, da
atruyt allrntTing for aUmuianU, and rvllaTra wnknraj
( tha atorna. n
nirr liluallnn, Hfalarhfa, Serrtml rrortratlon,
Otnn4 Debility, SlrcpltiuDn, Ixpn winn and I mil
ftflon, Piat feeling of tx'arlng down, rauilRK pain,
elk-ht and baka:,, aalwyrmanently cored liy
IU um. It wlllat all tlrirv and undrrall rimunatan
to, ai-t In barmony wltb tba law that forarna tba
KorKldwyfoiBplalntaof ltW ki tha compound
Lydia Z. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
In prepared at rt3 and Vi Weatern Arenue. Lynn, Ma.
rnret:. S:i txittlen for V00. tf iil by nuul Ui tha
form of pill. ali In tha form of Loirntrra. on rw-alpl
of rr, II.OO, per twi, for either. Mra. I'lVKIUH
freely anawrni all lettera of Inquiry Send fur liam
pli'.et Addreiw aj alme .Vndon this paper.
yi family fhould be wllh rnt LYDIA t'. I'lMCIUM'
LJV''.Il 1'II.UI. Tliey cure Cunt:iatlon, DUljuan
audTjrpulty of the Ueer. ticentauer lx.
KIt'il.VUDSO.N & CO., St. ruis, Mo.
.VI-,,.-,-..,,.- :,.i:la for I.YlJlA K. 1'INKIIAM'S
COMPOUND SYKl'I OF
IS ACEIiTAIM ItKM KDY FOR
CONGKSTI0N OF THE LUNliS, KTC.
CoiiiiioiiikI Syrup of
SCKKDILY AND I'liKStANKSTLY tl'RES
t'onuvailon of tliH Lniii'ii, Tin ti t'li it 1 r , Ct-.tif nii
tloii, Nrrvotia rrnvtrullon. Sliorltirra of llirnth,
l'uIpilHiInn f tne llcnil. Tn mlillnnol Ibe Hand
anil Limit, I'tie-lc: utnl Munlal I -jrr cwion , Loan
of A'pi'tlti I.oea of flitTKy, I.okh uf .Vomorj, It
will riiili',!y iinpruM tliu wi-hUh'. f'n.iiiona onrt
arjiiiha of thi- bi it v, wl.lrh ilopi-ml for health upon
viiliinlitr)', ai'mi-vulULIury and involuntary norruu
Iliii-ia with Tlror. t'lit1tii'iaiinrl ellbtlety, riwlnn
to the tiiiilaiti' hKrimiiiy of Itn Inured It tit a", nl.ln to
pit lilo ui lli-tll. I to luMo picuDHiit, anil It u cflvit
1) K hTTj.I T V.
Kt. John, X n.
Mr, Jittnea I. Fullnwf, ChrtnUt, M. Jnlm, N H,
Di-itr Sir.-lUvliitf lie, (I your (.'nnipoiititl ,.vrtl)
e)f MypiiPhiKph ti-c Inrn tut1 lllni' In in) imt'tlvR. 1
buvii no 11 -r 1 1 at 1 011 In i-iTrni m-.-Tnttnc It lo mv pit-lli-n'e
wliii uri' Milli iIhb Iriitii ecri'iul (lolililly, or
any illai'Hxi of lli Itinua. know ing Unit nvou 111
cbi' tilti-rly tiopt'lian, imD'urda relief.
1 mi, ir, your rulv, II. 0, APDY, M. P
bOLD DY ALLDHUG0IST8.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
In lOHl Sf. raul' catlifilml (Lon
don) WUH COimiKMIfRil, HllbjffCt to iho
most cxtrmmlinitrr ppidniation. It
n iipfnrj from ilocnitipntr luu-ly iriiit(!il
illutr;Uiiijr, its history, ttmt 4,iipoii
kSiiiHlay niiJ nil fosiiviil iluy ttio boyi
itiul iniiyd'is niKl chilil rou of tlio two
iii'ixliljui'iiiK piiriilu'siificriliitiicr camo
iniD the cliurcli ; tlimi they play in
Mi' li iniiiiiKT in child, on nro iho I to do
till (hrk, ami hence c iiictli iiiiici pal
ly Unit -inordinate noiso wliidi iii iny
t'inici nilliMfth not tho pre:iclicr lo bo
heard in tho choir.''
Wonifin iiml children fti-c oniployeil
In tolerably lurjro iiumlx.-rH in the Kii'-li-ili
inini'H. (Jut of l,7'Ji person
en"iKcd above ground about tho 1110
tairn'croiiH iniiicH.'.'.rJJ arc wouion and
,'ii l-i, and in addition there arc 317
male of tho tender as of between 8
and 13. Of girl !JG ure employed be
twecn 8 and 13 yearn old, 3-' or wImiii
are in tho Cornwall and Devon dis
trict. Ol'jrirla between lSand I'i years
there are employed 7'J- Cornwall and
Icvon ciiiiloyiiV' C15 and tho North
Wales district lUti, tho only other
lar.'t ly-cinidoyinij district beinir ihut
of Ireland, where 27 aiu at work. O:
L-irU above 18 year old, there arc 1,3'ii
Cai lylo i preatly pleawd with hU
huiinrs of bein' a '.'laud-unele. A pri
vate letter from (JlieUea kv: "Mr.
Carlylo is t.o d:ied with the novellj
ol' a'baby in the liotiM.' it U alinos.
his Hole exiierieneo of sn h torment
an 1 wonders that ho wmU for the in
fant wlionever an body calls, and re
marks upon the perfection of the fin
der nails and the little toe nails, ami
ud of the rest of tho weo body, II;
turn it up and d-iwn and over, anil
f-xpliiiis the mysterious au-l wonder,
ful an itoiny in uliort, acts like a child
over the lii at baby it has ever i.'en. A
new eleinent in hi lifo kchis to giv
him a new lease of existence."
An otld cuae is reported from Car
lisle, Kuj,'. A doctor was called om
evening at 7 o'clock to visit a lady
gel about who had, as ho do
ribed it, tefii feeling poorly all day,
but could give no dciinito itymptoms
and complained of no pain. During
the examination ho noticed a change
in her speech. This led him to an in
vestigation of the throat. Outwardly
tho neck appcired normal, and iioth
in;; could bo felt to indii.ato an ob
g: ruction; ho then examined tho
Idiarynx, but no foreign body could
o K.'eu there, and tho examinalioii
only brought on vomiting and s'. r-.in-ing.
However, he determined to look
a if-conl time, and judge uf his surprise
to find lesdded low back in the phar
ynx a M;t of false tccih, which he ex
tracted with little tr uilc. Upon in
quiry the woman said she had miM.'-l
Per teeth about 9 o'clock in tho morn
ing, but had no i lea i,o had swallow
ed I hem. It is ivin.irl.aolo ih it they
ha I been in tho pharynx without
causing herany pain toroverteu hours.
l',dychroiiie printing is an inven
tion to obviate uisny oi the drawbacks
10 chfnino lithography, whieii eutaiU
a large nuinberof 'parate primings,
ihe drying alter eii h impression, the
"registration," and many expensive
(. ones which have lo ho kept idle.
Tl,e new process of Mr. White, of
l'.u is, i-, a method by which all tho
color of a ciiri'iiio-liihograph may be
jiro'iu' t-l at one impreeamn. The pig
ii, en i oi i he groundcolor arc placed
in ihe liau.e as a bohd block uud tho
,'eiigu tr.iccd upuii it. All the parts
whicu do not tonn the ground color
in o then cut ou l and the spa-X's liius
.-it are tin n tilled by pouring in hot
liquid pigments corresponding lo the
eo. ma or bhades l' ljuued lo be pro
iluced. When col I. the recent :v. add
ed color is trimmed oil' with a kmfe
nu i another pouivd in, until theuholo
i built up. When complete, the ino
a c is piaced in a press and the sur
face shaved by a knife, mi as to make
11 i me and level, and when moisten-tl
with suitable chemicals it is ready for
iim'. Tno impassions are clear, per
manent and pa-s through the fabric,
li- pi odiii t'ions by this process of tlm
11 : i -1 tapi-ilries are eaid to have de
Ciived ilea eiM and connoisseurs.
A Ihuighter Kescued.
A Frankfort (Ky.) phvbician writes:
Some months ago the daughter ot one of
our jironiineiit citizens was pronounced a
hopeless consumptive. She was very much
reduced in flesh; terrible cough, her life
graiiiiiillv wasting away. I rccomniendei
her to use "Dr. Swayne's Compound Syrup
of Wild C'herrv." which she did. In a
short time she was lree from all cough am
ntlitr symptoms, unit is now rosv nm
healthy. Price 2 -I cents and f 1 a bottle or
0 bottles SI. The large size is the most
economical. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne
& Son. Philadelphia. Nhi by druggists
An occasional dose of "Swnvnc's Pills"
should he taken to keep the bowels free
1 hey are excellent for torpid liver and bi
ious complaints. Sold by all the Cairo
Maffic in the Nineteenth Century.
X. MiHea, "Wyebridge, Ontario, writes
"I have sold large quantities of Dr,
Thomas' Kclectric Oil; it is used for colds,
sore throat, croup, etc., and. in fact, for
any alVection of the throat it works like
magic. It is a sure cure lor burns, wounds
and bruises. Sold bv Paul O. Schuh.
Cot'tiiis. "Prown s Bronchial Troches
are used with advantage to alleviate cough
sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial ntfec
lions, For thirty years these Troches have
been in use, with annually increasing tavor
They are not new and untried, but, having
been tested by wide and constant use lor
nearly an entire generation, they have at
tained well-merited rank among tho few
staple remedies ot tho age.
Tiir Tiikoat. "Brown's Bronchial Tro
ches" act directly on tho organs of the
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
produce a clear and distinct enunciation.
Speakers and singers find tho Troches use
A Coroii, Cold, Catamui of soro throat
requires immediate attention, tin neglect of
tentimes results in sonic incurable lung dis
eases. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" almost
invariably give relief, Imitations are offer
ed for sale, many of which are injurious.
Tho genuino "Brown's Broucliial Troches'1
are Bold only lu boxes.
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 29, 1880.
Thr) nresenco of iodine In Curacao
puano lias been proved by II. Sleflcrs.
When a mass of tho guano was sub
jected to a heat of from 1 10 to 120 do-
greesuiho milium vapors oi iouhju
wero given oil.
When bars of a rnagne tie nature are
compressed, twisicd, or stretched they
liavo a tendency, says M. Aoer, to re
sumo their primitive molecular dispo
sition when they are subjected to tho
action uf a lnngnelizing current.
Fourteen new elementary bodies,
clas-ed as metals, nro announced to
have beeu discovered within the past
two years. Prof. T. S. Humpidgo
throws grave doubts on tho reality of
the discovery of any one of them, and
insists upon more accurate and cruci
cal tests on tho part of chemists.
About ono in every thirty adult
males and ouo in every fifteen females,
says Mr. V. Galtoii, whenever they
think of numerals, boe them in a vidid
mental picture, and each number al
ways occupies tho samo relative posi
tion io their field of view.
Tho following mixture is recom
mended for the destruction of para
sites of plants. Boracio acid, 10 part-;
salicylic acid, 5 parts; recti lied spir
its, 'io parts, and water 200 parts. Tno
liquid is applied by miausof a spray
produced. An insect callod neen, of tho corns
species, has been discovered iu the dis
trict of Yucatan, Central America,
which is capable of producing a spe
cies of india rubber. From tho boil ion
of neens an oil exudes which has a
high reputation for its curative prop
erties. Exposed to heat it volatilizes,
leaving a tough wax, which, when
burned, produces a thick semi-tlnid
mass liko a solution of india-rubber.
This simple method of making a
phosphorescent lamp is given: Cleanse
ov.ter shells by well washing, expose
them to a red heat for halt an hour,
separate the cleanest part, and put
into a crucible- in alternate layers
with sulphur. Then heat to red
ness for at, least an hour. When cold,
break tho nis,ai.d separate the whit
est part for use. If inclosed iu a bot
tle the figures of a- watch may be seen
by tho aid of tho light emitted. To
renew tho lumin sily of the mass, ex
pose the botlie each day to tho sun or
other strong light The sulphido of
calcium will tnus bo made to (absorb
light, which will bo available through
out tho night.
Dr. Stone, says Engineering, recent
ly exhib.tod au interesting clectro
liitr'nel of novel construction, based
outt principle which will probably
bo applied with advautage in making
e.ecuo-magiiets for dynamo-electric
machines and telegraphic apparatus.
It is known that electro-magnets in
closed iu jackets of soil iron are f.r
more powerful than win u the wire of
tho coil is uniuclosed. Dr. Sioue does
not employ a soft, iron jacket, but, in
stead of Using copper wire lo wind
the bobbins ho Uses tho best charcoal
annealed iron wire, about one-ulih
inch in diameter, l our wires are
wound on in parallel circuits, and the
current is sp.it up among them in
'multiple arc." They aru insulated
from each other by parallL.e wax. By
tiii nrrangeiiieiit the ht'aug power ot'
Dr. bloiio's large magnet i, with a
battery of live or six Buuseti cells, in
Some of the finest prehistoric re
mains in Italy have la to I y been dug
up by Prof, i'rosdocisiui in an an
cent cemetery lately discovered near
tho town ot' Lsle. tho Komaus had
long years ago rifled soma of tho
tombs', but many places of interment
wero found to bo undisturbed, and
thev contained some valuable btores
of pottery and bronze. The ornamen
tation, as well as the modeling of
some of the pottery, is considered to
be very line. (J rcat interest has been
exiited by the figures ou tho bronze.
The Women of Lima.
Lima, says nu exchange, is called a
Imradiso of women. They arc called
leautiliil ; so they are, if you admiio
black eyes and ebony tresses not the
dreamy" black eyes of the harems, nor
the sparkling black eyes of the Syrians
nor the liquid black eyes of the Egyp
tians, but the black eyes that easily
reveal tho different types of character.
Peruvian ladies have character and
are not afraid to show it; yet we hear
nothing of equal rights and privileges
among them. For them to lay claan
to a right is but to possess it, for they
can easily win over the priethood,and
thus have the most powertul class of
Peru on their side. They are general
ly occupied, but do not woik; they
look upon work as degrading. T.iey
rise early, take a cup of tea and go to
mass, their toilet requires but a few
moments. Their walking suits are
neat and pretty ; in this respect they
surpass us. Tho dress is black and
never touches the ground; there is no
fussing or fumbling with trains, A
white skirt is sometimes seen a little
below tho dress, with a deep hem and
two tucks, and always white and clean.
Prunella gaiters are generally worn;
and hands are bare; tho 'mania is
thrown over tho head, tailing grace
fully down almost to the boltoin of
Tho subject of dross claims most of
their time and attention; their ball
dresses and opera and soiree suits two
magnificent. Their boots, especially
nro beautiful. No people have naiur
ally (is small feet as tJio Peruvians.
Tho Peruviau-iuado bouts are loo
small for foreigners,
Peruvian ladies are not very intelli
gent as soon as they pass buvouil tho
school-girl period they care Villlo for
books or literature. Many learn lo
play the piano when young, but do
not caro to continuo when married.
They aro excessively courteous iu their
manners, but wo are not lo bo misled
by appearances. Their mode of salu
tation is more of an embrace th.tii
anything else, and they always says
'My house ami all that I havo is en
tirely at your disposal, and wo aro to
bo as ono family.'' They nro always
wealthy iu imagination at least they
nover speak of poverty. They lovo to
smoke. Although handsome when
young, they scaicely turn twenty when
they begin to fade. Ouo thing til way 8
loots wiUi thoui, and that is (hoir gait.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Speeialtv.
o k k i v. K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
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And all (llrfa of tha Klilm-ya, Bladder and
I'ruarjr Or;-aii by wearing Hie
Improved Excelsior Kidney-Pad
It U a MARVEL of HEALING and KELIEP
Simple, Sensible, Direct, Pain
It ft; ItKH whom all lac folia. A REVELA
TION and KKVul.l TION In Mt-dlcine. Alimrp-lli-u
or direct ap 'Mention, a uiinned 'o uu-caiifi-tnry
liit,'rt,al in cilicl t.e-. Send for our
ireatiHO nh Kidney trim Mr , ai-nt fn-n. Suld !y
druuinta, or ae-ut by niail, ou receipt of pries, (1
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CURES PIL15S AND BURNS
CUBES PILES AND BURNS
CUBES PIUES AN D BURNS
OUllLO l AND JjRUISES
Lib AM) Kulh
Sold by all Druggists.
Oo to TAl'L 0. SCHUII, IVutrgist,
Dyes. For lirightni ss and durability
Iinunds, price 1.5 cents.
Mendel ssolm riano Co.
Will make, for the next 60 days only, aGrand Offer of
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
SfinO Square Grand Piano for only $245.
fcJ'PVI V o Mapniflcent Uiinewood cae, elecantly flnl.hrd, 3 utrirpaT 1-3 OctaTe fnl) rnt
i l l lilt tt raniaiiiemrHll'ea, our new patent tiTer'strnni? .cale.beantilnl carved Ica and lyre brary
forpenllni' and lare linn j inoiildlnc round cnte, full Iron Frame, French (trand Action, (irniid llm
mers, In fai t iver) itnprovi tin nt which can In any way trid to the perfection of tho Inatttiruint hat
tfOnr price fortlil Inatrtiinent boxed and delivered on board the car at New York fie) J fr ff
uli line I'miio Cover, Stool and IKok, only V i'il'V.
Th'a riiino will se acnt on teat Irlnl Pl'-ace aerd refrrenrr II yon donot r-enil money irllh orrirr. C'nrh
aeiit wllli tird- r I'I be refund, d and frt li-M charger mi l v no l oth ay a If I lnn in not Jmi aa rp-re-t-nti-il
It, thl ailvertlpenient. Tbouaanda In uo. Send for t atal(ifii, Every Inr tiun;t nt luuy r
nii ted for fl i eara
1)1 t VVU SMofl'n (with Stool. Cover and MookV All atrictly Flrn claM and fold a, Who!
J J i t-ale fa, lory pilrea Then-1 iano ihimU-iiiii olthe flt.cM riicplnj a at the Itntennial
' Kxtiib Hon, and weie nnanlnionli rccomnientli-d lor the lllclutit Iloroir. 1h
square, rontnin nnr N, iv 1'nieiit Scale, the crentet In-print nii rt In th hlclory of f lano mnklnj:. Tha
fin in In. tire i he flnei-t in America. I'o.ltisely we make the (lt-r.t l'lanoa, of the rlcbe.t tone id rrrat
et dinahl ny. 1 l ev re ri ei n, mended 1 y the hl. hcit p-iimihI antborliie. In the eonntry. t vir 14.11 0
In ue, and not in e A a.aliefled purchaser. All 1'iaiioa and lirpani arnt on l' day. tet Iria!- firijiht
free If titiniiiiliirlorv, lion't fail In write n. before htivinu, I'liMtlve y we oiler Hie ot .t bartaii... tat
nlntne mailed free, llni dnin e Illnatrated at d Iientip: lc Catnlortie i f s i;i n a h o for oi: rtamp.
r.vi-iy i'ihimi iiiii warraiiien tor.ivear..
u,,r "rarlor tiratm .ititillee organ, aty e s. if the ntien arn weir.t iot:it Keea
orgiin ever ofTi-ri'd the muicl pn Idle It contain Five Octave.. Five .el. Jtecda,
lour of 2' Octave, each, and one of three Octave.. Thirteen Sloe. lih (Stand
rc' Dtapion, aieloilln, Viola, I lute.Cc loir. Imtret, Kclm, Mi-IikIik Korle. ( eli-.tlna, Vlolina. Flnle
Furie, Tr tnnlo. (irand On an ami (trand-we!l. Knee Stnpa It I c h t T4 Inrhe.: I.eliith. In; Width,
4 lo; Weiclit, hnxed, "0 lh. The ran, I of aolld a'nnt, vencerrd w Ith rholre wood., and la of an
etolreiy new and hen in llnl tle.ipn elaborately carved, w ll b raifed pniineli", mti.lc elo.et. lamp atiind..
fretwoik. Kic a l elegantly flm.lied I ii.k'..i-. Ibe iale.1 and be.t Improve menla, with jreat power,
d pih. hrilllatirv aid . n-'pad M'r qnalliy of lone. I'eaulifnl .oloiflt-rla aid perlert Hop action
Hcl'iiIt re all price fiS.V ' nr whme.alr'nel each price lo have It Introduced, ullh alrol aid hook,
imly f 7 a one orunn ell. oiher.. I'ti.ltlvol; no deviation in i rice o pa n nl rr qnln d n 1 111 yen
have fully ic-ied the oik ii j otir , w n bonie. We .end nil Orimna on l!l dara left Irirl and pay freight
b"lh wn. If In-liunien' la noi aa repie.etited. Fullv warrant, d for .1 yeara Olhrr eiylf.-8.lop or
pan , nlv ffiS: 1) Hop, S:,: 14 rlop., lir. Ovr IW.KH .old, ard every Orcan ha. plvrn the fullc.t .at
l.fiietliin . ll'o.ir fed circular mailed Itee. Factory and warernoma, lh St. and 10th Ave
TlFlOT IT I P af one-third price. Catninene of .1iMl cholro piece. ent for 8c a'amp. Thla
nillljl Jl Unit Catalogue Inrlndea nio.i of the popular mu.lc of Ibe day and every variety of
mualcal rompo.ill"n, by the be.t author., AddrcM,
HOOTS AND SIIOEH
Mannlirtnrer and deaiut in Ctialom mad
BOOTS and SHOES.
Finest and Noatcst
Ptock of Custom
Mttde Boots and
Shoos for Roj B'and
llcn'u wear to b
fonnd in tho rity.
No other shoprnn
compare with it.
N. D. All work warranted, and llrpalrlng neatly
done, ou .hoi t notice,
It'iivliiii Between Commerelal and
ilIllII Oli, tVa.hliiRioii Are.
Cnrcs by ABSORPTION (Nature's way
4 1 1 LUNG DISEASES,
A I I THROAT DISEASES.
ItDIHVKS INTO the T(lem cnratWo agfnta
and lieailnc mi-dirlnca.
It I) HAWS FKoM thedlreared part tbepolaoa
that canan death .
TUOL SANDS TKSTIFYT0 ITS VIKTl'E
You can be Relieved and Cured
Ion't i!ef pair nntll yon hare tried thla aenaibla,
Easily Applied and It A D I C A 1, 1. Y E ?
V E V T tv A L Hemedy
So d by drnt'gliiK, or atnt bf mall on receipt of
price, $.'.0ii, by
momal.nd'ourTlIEOXLY LI'NG PAD CO.
ti.Mik '-Three DETROIT,
Sent free, Michigan.
Manaeen fortbe Nnrthvcat.
PRICE 50 cents ami $1.00.
Cairn, Ills., for Mrs. Frcr trims' New NHtionsl
of color are uniquidled. Color I'm in 2 tn 5
P.O. box 2058, New York City.
)Ynnr.elveaby maklnR mon
ey when a golilrn chance le
..ic.rm v. ..... v. i...
keeplni; Poverty from yonr
door. Tli o.u who alwaye
take advantage of the ennil
chance, for maklnx money that are offered, ceneral
ly bei'otne wealthy, while tbo.e who do not im
prove .itch ebancea remain In povertv. We want
many men, women, tioyaand girl, to do work fore
rignt in tneir own inrantie., The buaine.a will
n.iy more than ten time, onllnarr wagra. We
turnl.h an ripen. rn.lve out (it and all lhat yn
neetl free. No one ho cng.gr. fail, to make
money rapidly. Von ran devoto yonr whole time
to the work, nr only your apare momenta, Ful!
Information and all that la needed aent free. Ad
drrat M'lNSON A CO., I'ortland. Maine,
FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
L STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan Iron Works
08 OHIO LEV F.R. CAIRO, IMA
John T. Ronnie
f AVISO e.tahliabrd hi. work, at Ihe above men
1 1 tinned place le better prepared than ever for
manufacturing Steam Englnna and Mill Machinery.
Having i Steam Hammer and ample Tool., the
manufacture of all kladaof Machinery, Itallroad,
Steamboat and Ilrhlge Forging made a efuclalty,
KapeelMl a'.tenllon glien to repairs of Hi -Ineea4
lira.. Caetlnjt.of all kind, made to ordei
1'lpertUni in til tts branches.