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in the World.
For C'nuHtlpntlon, HIUousiichh,
I lead ac lit-, Torpid I.lvir, Hem
orrhoid, IticIKposiltloii, and all
IslhorcUr urlnliitf from an
MrucUd htalv of the hjsU-iii.
Ladle and rl.llilri'Fi, and tlinw wlio dMIkc'
taking IIU ami iihiim'oiih tiu-dlcine. are e.-pu-daily
liliHM il Willi in, nicri i'iilili-'( .u . 1 1 -.
TltOI'K .Kltl fT l.AXATIVK rr:uy be lined
In nil rnnii Una need ih uiil nf ii iiritit1:v',
atlmrtle, nr h .i-rl . u t uieiieii,e, hiuI while it
due, (In same r'Htilt a tin lu'int Muni-d, It if
entirely frei- from till' IIHIIiil i.i.h rtl'nnt m I F .r;j
lotticiu. I'u k'l In hroiiKtl llitii.i-uiil-..
Price 25 cts. Large boxes 60c.
Sold by all first-class Dkuwists.
JJOW TO I'll K.
Consumi T 1 0 X, C 0 U c; 1 1 s.
COLDS, ASTHMA. CROIT.
A!', ilipc-ficci of the Throu:, Iit, j m. 1 I' jlu-onarv
L'.-E A CC MIDI. NO ''' MltKCTlONS.
Allon's Luiiir liitlsiin.
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O.IU lie. I'tl'l lta l, ti 'ai, Si. Unit, Mo.
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM2
OF LYNM, MASS.
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ft X. Vj,."..y
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
"""bo Pn-lt'vn furfl
For all Female Complaints.
Thi. r"TrtI'n, m lta name lKMfl, eonjum of
V. KetALk- I T"t TUea that Lnu to the ujt del-i'-4Klnli
l. l'i"n onr triU t) nxrnt of tl.u O m
puod will tie rffnix-4, u relit f ti !mme!J&te ; ftnd
wtjen lta u 1j c-mtlnuol. In ninnr-nlner- In a tun.
drwj, ap-ntnf-ritcurv!M lT 't'!,ajith'ihari! w.ll t
t.fjr. On -iv.ur,t of lt piumi iiii rlti, it ! t''.ty r
miiinitl mil (irc-rilxj ljr tLn U'tt l.)'ctuii In
It lll 'r entlrrly tlw W' rrt t rm r t fijllrg
tf the ui-pih, I-uo rrh i-a, IrnvuUr nl j;r,riil
Vrutruatl"n.tllOTiu'UiiTr'uM'. li)l'.n,njili-u nl
t1intlon, flliiii, H M mont uiil ttrf coa
ix'jnrit nln&l wikw m, anil I rK-liIly fcjlnj f-1 la
tbe Ctjtnite of Ufc, It III dile nl l tumor
tr-i'i the ut nln nn (trly rtArfi; if (! v I "tim-nt. Tlia
TJ(Jenry lieuir-eroujiliuutonthen U clitxki-d Tiry
fVHKUAy y lu use.
la fvt It hu prnrel tn U the (rrf
wt nI liert remt ly that h er boon dicoTer
td It perrocftt eTery prtlfta of the nyitem. and gire4
new llfrandTlrfor. It rrranven fiUntnex.natulenry, d
f truya all orariDg f ur sUuiul&nU, and n Uivii veakniM
Of the iVruah
cure Bloating, Itljwhea, Nerrfn rrtratlnn,
beneral IkhUlty. Sk'. il wnt-ia, IX-prrcxlin and I11JI
l-ritkm. Ttiat feeling of ta aring down, raunlng lln,
weht and barkaf lie, la alwayn imnm ntly cured by
Itiune. It wlllat all tlmo.. and under all rirrunutan
cm, art In harmony wltntbo law tl.it goTirtia ttj
For Kiiliu y(.'miil&liitipf either wt tlili C'lmiound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
U preparej ftt S33 ajid ZA Wwtern Aei nue. I.ynn. Ma..
IV1 1 W. Kl U.ttli for tAiO. ti nt hy nuul tn th
ffrmof l!l, almilnthc furrn i'f I't'uirei(, nn rteli-t
of price, I.OO, pef '"r ltt-f. Mr. I ISKIIAM
fretlyaniwern all litters of lmtilry. Send for m
j hli t. Addnwuaiiatiove ,V-iitioii tiu )u;xt.
No family houM be without LYDIA I. I'lNKIIAM'
UVt:KI'!I.I.S. They cur ConitliLlln. Elllouiiis4
and Torvldlty of tlie liver. t cents otr box.
iaclIAHD.)X & CO., Ht.Lnuk Mo.
W1h.1.ii;.' RL'cnla fcr I.YDIA E, I'INKIIA.M'S
S Y B 0 r
rrcmatitre Decline, Etc. Etc
Premature Decline; Coneiiniinlnn; ltrnchttlH
Ai-lUma; Ulet'illtiKfrora Uiu Litnuif !! pit Ht ion.
Fei'bleni'r und lulcrrnptca Action or the Heart:
Hull nr S1tii!Lieli Action of the Liver: llvFputiHla :
FlBltilenro, and nil WuMim; Dlrenn'Ci Wunknem
,.) Tn.mlilliiL' of thu LlmtiK, und Want of Vitality
In nny Orpin, ordlrciire causutl by uch want of
kuv. a I.I. MTCESSrTLLY AND IIAPIDLY
TKEATED UV THIS REMEDY.
Pitthkiei.I), Mi:., M irch,
T. ...... T t.f. 1 llla'al
Jill. (JAM KB ! 1 r. r
Dear Hir,-Dur n the part two year-. I hiivo
ulveiiyourCompnund Hvmpof llyiiiiphocplilteii n
fnlr Ihoiiuli Komuwlut aeveru trial In my unirtlrc,
...i ... .......1. u lth finfiHili.tini nf 1 1 rt ellei'ta.
nun 11 111 n om 10 ejivv mi - - -
In reelorlntf permim "ullerlim from emaciation nwl
1110 UlMUlllV lOllOWlMK t'l'HHIinil'n ,(w. v u
.1.... t 1., ..M.ti.oiwl lta nan 111 till fll!iP
iutp. 1 iTiiurMiiimi runiiiiiivuu -
- t ti... ii.. ... .....I ! ii. eat Iti ant'oriil riiHin
conHldoroUhopuluKii.it hH ivcn rolU'f. nd thu
. r.... imiktur tiinatt lint
iMinfuniptlvo and old tiroiicblnl Htibjcctw. wlnmo
rtlHrRoiB imve runirmm uin oinur niuurn ui www
a V.,m lii.Unlr.wl n .. ,1 In f,irt ft ,P (1(1
1)111! V lllllll Oil . riunv, i Kijim ill IIOI UIUH vim "
it. Ilti dlriM't rllVct In ctrtiniithi'iitiiu thu nervou
. la ...ll-k.l.. al 1 . ul .. ..
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HVpICiU. ri'liuiTR ii pmiiutiiu iru uiu inajuruj ui uir
. ' I aim ail. ...... .M
CttPUBt A U'ii friia fvruin null',
tlf"Do nnt lio decelvcil hy remedies bonriBts a
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Pimiinr IIIIHO'. 'iv.-iiu ui iiiii ir ru i
Btltutu for till, under any clreiimntani'iK.
SOLD BY ALLDUUUaJSTS.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Tlio rain who usi's up every ener"7
in thu ono object of inaliing money, ami
who uiii'H tliu value of everything nc
conlin to tlio oiiiorturilliPH it iifionU
of iiififiisiiio; his Htucks hihI bunk Iml
uin.'i!, h throwing nwiiy not only tlio
bi-nntv, but nnii'h of tlu usef illness of
Lis life. For numcy in but one means
to h;iipincss; it is nothing in itself,
nothing when Kfji:irut-1 ftoin the wis
. .in that knows Low to use it iiml the
energy that extracts value aiel beauty
out of it. That life is not worth living
that is wholly absorbed in gaining mon
ey ami Kinks away exhaustcil in thu ef
fort. It is like that of the wood-cutter
who should ibe all LU hours of labor in
diligently sharpening bis uxe.
" Home, Bwect Home,"
It is a very :u.l fact that a great many
persons in moderate cimiin-taiiees nev
er Lave a Lome or enjoy the calm but
inexpressible delight of" sitting under
their own vine und lig tree. In the
large cities, particularly, it is ran- that
those who belong to the middle cla-s
feel able to purchase a home of their
own. Some are too oroiid to live in
Mich n Louse 'as could be purchased
Willi the means at their di-i'o-al, and
prefer, rather than saeriLVe their prid",
to rent the property of another, or live
in the iierennial discomfort of boarding
Louse life. In neither ca-e can one feel
bound by any ties, other than those of
Iieee.-it v, to the heart h-stolie around
whii'li be gather- hi-fan. i'y for the brief
interval during which he is likely to
agree with hi.- landlord, lb; owns no
.'hare in the roof that covers him or in
the w ails within which his goods are
temporarily enshrined. The ravages ol
time upon the structure cause no other
emoti'iii than that of irritation. He has
never learned to love the bricks and
Hones of that Louse, having no propri
ttary interest in them. It is to him
and Lis family merely a temporary
abiding place, from which he may be
called upon to depart at any time. It
is manifest under euch conditions as
the.-e that no one can fully appreciate
the fact that "there's no place like
home" unle-?, indeed, they Lave Lad
the ble-.ed opportunity of learning that
truth in early life. NVLile it will be
generally agreed that the manner of
life, in this rc-peet. of the ma-se.s in
every large city is to be deplored, it is
Lot so ca.-y to suggest a remedy. In
eases where false pride stands in the
way of acquiring a plea-ant, if not mag
nilicent, Lome, sympathy would be en
tirely wasted. Those "who prefer to
hti-tain "appearances" rather than
make a home fur themselves which is
within their means, and can become a
very sanctuary of love and doiiu-tic
happiness as the year- go by, are be
yond tin) reach of any sentiment but
pity. They barter all the possibilities
of Lome life for the empty saii-faction
of seeming richer than they are, and
deserve the discomforts which they
bring upon theiiiM Ives. Year after year
pcr-ons id this class expend in rents or
fur board, sums which, if devoted to
monthly or quarterly payment-, would
soon put them in po-se--ion of a pleas
ant home. Not a palatial residence
up" n the avenue, perhaps, but a neat
house upon some rjuiet street or in a
dc-irablc suburb, where they could erect
a family -brine that wouhi not be de
spoiled" by brutal exprcs.-mcn on the
lir-t day of May each year. The horri
ble nightmare of May moving would be
ill-t'clled at once ami forever bv such a
course, and as the children of the fam
ily grow up. and, one afur the other,
leave the family hearth, fond memory
will always turn with pleasure to that
c ne uiet spot, glorified by so many as
sociations of the pa-t. Such associa
tions lb.) not cluster around temporary
abiding places. The family that within
a score of year has occupied a dozen
or more habitations has no "Mecca" to
which its scattered members can jour
ney as opportunity serves, and towards
which their thoughts may turn at all
times. If the practice of living in rent
ed houses continues, the, coming gen
eration will not have the faintest con
ception of what home is.
Itching Tiles Siiiptoiiis ami Cure.
Tiie sviuiitoins are moisture, like I'cis-
tiiiiitiiin. inti n-e itcliin!'. increased bv
scratching, very distressing, particularly at
Illgtir, us ii pin woi uis ere craw iniif in mm
about the rectum : the orlvate units are
sometimes iUl'ccted; if allowed to continue,
very sirious results may loiiow. nr.
Swuyiic's All-llcalinti Ointment is a pleas
ant sure cure. Also, for Tetter, Itch. Salt
llliitim, .Vald Jleiul, hrysipcias, bathers
Itch, l'.iotcbis, all Scaly Cri'.-ty Cutaneous
l-inmii.irts. Price .10 cents. : box, s for 1.2".
Sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price in currency or thiee cent postage
stump. Prepared only by l'r. Swnyne k
Sii,:j:H) North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
j 'a. roiu ny an prominent umggisi.s in
Cairo and e'scwhere.
SwnvneV Pills are the best lor al bil
ious disorders. They ward dIT Chills and
Pliysiciiuis Iiceoininciid it.
Your Thomas' Klectric Oil eominiuid.s a
large and increasing tmle, which it richly
merits. I Lave always found it exceeding
ly helpful; I use it in all cases of rheuma
tism, as well as fracture and dislocations.
I made use of it myself to calm the pnins
of a broken leg with dislocation of the foot
nnd in two days 1 was entirely relieved
from pain. Jos. IiEavdin.M. 1.
Pavl 0. S nnt, Agent.
MitH. Wl.NSLOW's SOOTHIM! SYlllT HuV.
Sylvnnus Cobb thus writes in the Huston
Christian Freeman : ) would by no
means recommend any kind of medicine
which wo did not know to be good par
ticularly tor infants. Hut of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing yvrUp wo f,.om
knowledge; in our own family, it has prov
ed a bleasing indeed, by giving an infant
troubled with colic pains, (,uiet Bleep, and
the parents unbroken rest at night. Most
parents can appreciate, these blessings.
Here isnn article which works to period ion,
and which is htmnlcssjfor the sleep which it
aliWds the infant is perfectly natural, and
the littlo cherub awakes as "bright as a
button." Ami during the process of teeth
ing, ils value is incalculable. Wo have
l'reitieiitly heard mothers Pay that thev
would not be without it from the birth of
the child till it Lad finished with thu teeth .,
mg siege, on any consideration whatever.
Sold bv nil druirgists. Twenty-five cents a
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY tfORNINU, JANUARY 8, 1RS1.
Red ink is a solution of alum colored
with Urazil wood, or an ummouiacal
solution of cochineal.
Split timber is more durable and
stroliger than that which is sawn, from
the continuity of the fibres.
Pluto glass is formed of silica seventy-eight
parts, potash two, soda thir
teen, lime live, and alumina two parts.
The recent scientilic exploration of
the Lake of Tiberias by iMotis. Lortet
has resulted in tlio discovery of several
new forms of lih and new species of
inolhisks in this celebrated lake.
Old wine, says Macngno, owes its
mellowness more to the increase, of gly
cerine than to a decrease of tannin in
the liquid. The "keeping" of the wine,
ho maintains, depends upon the propor
tion the alcohol bears to the tannin.
Dr. Julius Schmidt Las lately pub
lished that he finds from tin; observa
tions of the red spot on Jupiter, during
a period extending from WJ to 10,
that an interval of 'J hours, 6o minutes,
1)1.1 seconds represents the rotation of
that planet upon its own axis. Hut he
is not ouile sure about the matter after
all, and like a wise and prudent man
wants conlirinatory evidence.
llerr K. Sehone, in the Jdrivhtc, does
not attach any scientific value whatever
to the ordinary potassium iodine paper
tests as ozone measures. A small
amount of ozone in most air produces,
he says, a greater degree of color on
potassium iodide papers than a larger
amount of ozone in dry air. The hu
midity of the air, and the hydroscopic
character of the material from which
the paper is made, therefore largely in
fluence the depth of the color produced.
He even goes so far as to assert that the
actual presence of ozone in the atmos
phere is at present an open question.
The minute lines and furrows on per
sons' hands are likely to receive a far
more u-eful attention than the observa
tion of the great lines by fortune-tellers.
There is reason to believe that the spiral
whorls on the thumb and finger points
are peculiar to individuals and races,
and may be as certainly used to define
the ethnological class or positive iden
tification of the being possessing them
as the measurements of the skullor ex
amination of a photograph would be.
Ir. Henry FauLLs, of T-siikiji hospital,
Tokio, Japan, in an interesting letter
in The Suture, directs attention to this
subject in a way which will attract the
notice of naturalists and students of the
theory of development and heredity.
It should be widely known, becauso
of evident importance, that at the inter
national geological congress to be held
at Bologna, in a prize will be
awarded of 5,ooo francs for the best in
ternational scale of colors and conven
tional signs for graphic representation
of formation on geological maps and
sections. Many of our geologists might
go in for the prize, not for its money
value, but for the sake of making a cer
tain department of geology intelligible
when presented to the eye. The Babel
of coloring in geology at present here
and in other countries is enough to
cause rt dispersion of those that come
to learn, and depart in disgust when
they find that a very important means
of conveying knowledge is in itself con
All the work in recent chemical re
search, savs Mr. Pattison Muir. in a
paper just publi-hed. points unmistaka
bly toward the conclusion that chemis
try is rapidly pa-sing out of the natural
hi"-tory stage of progress into that stage
where" her fads will be' accurately
grouped under general laws, which
laws will admit of quantitative state
ment and of ipiantitative deductions
being made from them. The recent
work in chemistry also illustrates the
need of a wide training in the methods
of various sciences for the investigation
of this branch of natural phenomena.
One man begins with a purely chemical
investigation, another with what ap
pears wholly physical; before long they
lind their paths meet, and that the prob
lem which each had attacked without
thought of the other can, it is seen, be
solved, and even then solved but par
tially, only by the efforts of both.
llichard Wagner Las written a curi
ous treatise, suggested bv the experi
ence of the hungry multitude at Hav
reuth four years ago. Two out of every
three of the pilgrims complained that
they could not get enough to eat in the
little town, and Wagner, after much
pondering over this phenomenon, came
to the conclusion that the majority of
human beings eat a great deal too
much. He announces that his "ParslVal"
will be executed at thcBayreuth theatre
in the summer of I-, and Lopes that
Uic multitudes who hock to it will not
sensualize their artistic perceptiveticss
and receptivity by greedy earn about
meat and drink. Humanity requires,
the poet-inii-ician contends, a grander
and simpler food. Ho appeals 'to Ids
reverent disciples to renounce iho en
joyment . of demoralizing flesh-ir.eals,
mid to strive in future to content them
selves with, "the higher food," that is,
with vegetables only.
Important to Youthful Lovers,
The recently reported case of Oiteh
nm vs. Morrcf, says the St. James (Lor,,
don) iii:tt(e, is one which youthful
lovers may study with profit. The
point in i-sue was weather the fixing
of tlio wedding day was a ratification of
a promise to marry or an evidence of n
fresh promise. Tlio actual promise to
marry was made when the plaintiff ami
defandent were under age, and no timo
for the happy event was fixed. For
some years tliese two young people re
mained engaged this being after the
defandent had passed the ago of UI.
Then at last the day was fixed, but be
fore it arrived the defendant refused to
perform Lis promise; and hence an ac
tion. It has been decided that a pro
mise of marriage falls within tho In
fants' Helicf act, and cannot be ratified
after tho person charged by it has at
tained UI. lleiieo in order to give a
good ground of action, the lady must
mako nut that after the gentlenuin jias
nttained 21 lio Las made a fresh promise.
This, In the case of Ditchaui vs. Morrcl,
Lord Coleridge was of opinion the cir
cumstances did not show to have been
done; while Mr. Justice Llmlley and
Mr. Justice Denninn camo to the oppo
nlto conclusion. Consequently, if tho
majority of tho court decided rightly,
it Is dour that every slight evidence Is
enough to show Hint ft new promise Las
been' made; but it may be doubted
whether tho present decision will bo
, widely followed as n precedent.
IIIIKIM II MM I t
i ait, ttiiti
The "London Hair Color Itestorcr"
is the most delightful article every in
troduced to the American people und
totally different from nil other hair re
storers, being entirely free from all
impure ingredients that render many
other articles lor the Lair obnoxious.
Where baldness, or falling of the hair
exist, or prematurely gruyness, from
sickness or other causes, its use w ill
restore the natural youthful color, and
causes a healthy growth, cleansing the
scalp from all impurities, dandruff, etc.,
at the same time a most pleasing and
lasting hair dressing, fragrantly per
luined, rendering the hair soft
and plyable, making it an indis
pensable in every toilet.
Ask your druggist for London Hair Color
Kestorcr. Price 73 cents a bottle. (1)
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of numbood, etc., I will
Bend 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 Iter. Joseph
T. Inman, Station I), New York City.
The Hkason Why. Mr. Fellows, in his
''Medical Monthly," gives reason for the
peculiar action of his Hypophosphites in
the cure of diseases, which seem to be borne
out by facts. From tonic action of the
Sympathetic Serves all the Organic Mus
cles arc strengthened and the patient over
comes his malady simply, pleasantly, and
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. D. WILUA-Ms(,, STEPHEN BIKD,
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Who want glossy, luxuriant
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and fast, keeps it from falling:
out, arrests and cures gray
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itching, makes the Hair
6trong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy Hair is tho sure
result of using Kathoiron,
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Dyes. For brightness and durability
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resented in this advertisement. ThoueumU In use. Send for Catalogue. Eveiy Inslii.nunt lulu wur
rnnted for live yearn
7J1 4 Vl'iC! t SIW (with Stool. Cover ami Rook). All strictly First-class nnd sold ai Whole
X J. Ail Us J UCU'r l"ici These Pianos iiiniieone ol the llui si displnva at the (uilmnlal
Exhibition, and were nnnnimoiislv recommcndi d for the lllehisl lienors, 'iho
Squares contaiu onr New 1'iiunt Scale, the greatest Improvement In the history of Piano makini;. Tho
I prlchls are Ihe linest in Americu. Positively we make the linest Pianos, of the richest tone nnd creul
eat durability. They ure rect.mniended by the highest wiuhIcuI authoritii s in the ii untrv. t vi r 14t'0
iu use, and not one dlsaatlslied purchaser. All Planoa and Ort'iins sent on l' (lavs test trlnl-frelL-ht
free if unsatisfactory. Don't fail towrile ns before buvlnir. Positively we ofli r 'he lust bnrvulns Cut-
inutile niiiiieii iree. iiuiiiiMiiiie i iiusiniicu aim uen
Every Piano fully warranted for 6 vonra.
uur-rarlor (irimd Jiilillee Ort'iin." style , is the finest and sweetest toned Reed
oriran ever oll'ered the musical public. It contains Five Ocinu s. Flvo sets Let tin,
four of 2'i Octaves each, anil onu of three iiriiiviu Tliirt.n n si,,.. iii,
Orcnu-Diapson. Melodia. Viola. Hute.Celeste. Dnlcel, Echo, Melodia Forle. C elestlna, Vlolinu. Hute
Foite, TrnuolK, Orand Oru'iin and (iraud swel). Knee Stopa. ll-lfht T4 Inchea: Leneth.'ia in- Width
;4 lu; Weiirht. boxed, HiiO lbs. Thecie Is of aolld walnut, veueeiul with choice woods, and Is of an
entirely new and beatitlltil design, eluhorately carved, with raised pimnels. music closet, lump Min ds
fretwork, Etc., all elegantly lltilshed. Posseuna the latest nnd best improvements, with treat tower'
ilnrtlli lirilliuitou uiu) at t.,i.ilii.lii, ..nuHlv ..." 11 . ..I.. . .1. .... . r. 1 . '
" m, ' " Hnmj ui iuiiv.
Our 'whole sale net cash
.'lsotherx. Positive v no
only f '.ii as one orpin se
have fully tested theorem in your own homo. We send ell Orpins on 111 dais test trlnl and pnv Ireful t
both ways ir instrument is not aa represented. Fully wnrrcnti d for S years. Other Hvles-s'ston or
can only $f,5: 9 stopi. sr,: 14 stopa, J115. Ovr IW.ila? sold, and every Oruan has iflven t'ho fullest sat
Isfaellon. Illustrated elrnilnr mailed Iree. Factor) and warerooms. 57th St and loth Avo
SHEET MUSIC !,.,?",c",hltill'!'l,',e' t'ataiopeor3i0rtiolco pieces sent for 3c stamp. This
OIIUIJX xil 1. OlO catalogue Included most of thu popular music of the day aud every variety
musical composition, by the best uulhora, Address, 1
MENDELSSOHN rJANOCO., P.O. box 2058, New York City,
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINF,
TRADE MARK.ThedreutEngllsinHADE MARK
Remedy, an UH
failini? euro for
Impotency, and all
diseases that fol
low ns a conse
quence of self
n r m i nouau; on loss, oiAtfOi
Before Taking memory, unlvetaar ?A
lasslludo, pair In thu hack. dlm-4ft ,p "P-ii--
nesa Di vision, prematura oiu ni;c,
and ninny other diseases that lead to insanity or
consumption and a premature tirnve.
Full particulars in our pamphlet, which wo de
sire to send free, by mall to every one. Thespo
clHcmeillelne ia sold bv all druirlstH at Jl per
packaue, alx for $5, or will bo seui free bv mall on
receiptor tho nionay by nddresaiiiB THE Ci RAY
MEDICINE CO., No. 3 Mechanics block, Detroit
Mich. Hold in Cairo by llarclay Bros., Paul (J
SJchuh and Goo. K. O'llara.
Outfit sent free to those who wish to en
cairo In tho moat pleasant and profitable
hualuesa known, Everytlilni; new.
Capital not required. Wo will furulah
everytlilni:. gluadayand upwards Is yet
easily made without atiivlnir away from
homo over nlnht, No risk whatever. Many new
work"rs wanted at ouce. Many aro making fort
unes a 1 the business. Ladles make as much as
men, and younu hoys and ulrls maRei;roat pay. No
onu wno Is willing to work fulls to make mora
money every day than can bo made In a week at any
other employment. Those w ho encntfs at ones
will And a short road to fortune. Address II.
11ALLETT 4 CO., Portland Maine.
Cures by ABSORPTION tXatnre's way
1 11 LUNG DISEASES,
A I I THROAT DISEASES,
It IHIIVKS INTO tho aym-ni curative agents
and hcalitii; meilicinen.
It Dl.'AW.S FltU.M the diseased part the polnona
that cause ilenlli .
THOUSANDS TKSTIFYTO ITS VIRTUES.
You can be Relieved ami Cured
Don't despair until ion have tried this u nsibii',
Kusllv Applied and RADICALLY E F
F E i' T U A I. Remedy
Sold by drut'cislc, or n iit by mull on receipt of
price, $J.0U, by
moliiuland'ourTIlEftNLY LI'S ft PAD CO.
book -Three DETROIT,
Millions a Year'' Michb'an
Sent tree, -Hie inD.iu.
MurnKers for the Northwest.
1 3 sA 1J
PRICE SO cents and 81.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Fret minis' New National
of color are uiitqmilled. Color from 2 to !
ripi i ve c atnioeue el -Is nvc luailea lor Jc slumo
price lo have it introduced, with stool aid bei k.
deviiitlmi in nrii'n Tn nn, nn.i.i ,...,i.u..i i . . .:
iirnuiiiui rmu turns niu perieci stop UltlOll
WYolirsvlvoa bv miltlnii num.
Ul'y when a poldeu chance is
I I 111 I I I oflered, thereby always
II I J I j 1 keepln, uoverty rrom your
door. Those who always
, , , , '''ke advanlnw of the good
chances for making money that are offered, L-enernl-ly
become wealthy, while those who (lo not Im
prove such chances renialu In poverty. Wo want
many men, women, boys and girls to do work for na
rlifht in their own localities, The business will
pay mora than ten tunes ordinary w aires. We
furnish an expenscnslvo outfit ami all that you
need free. No onu who climes falls to makfl
money rapidly. You can devote your whole llmo
to the work, or only your spare moments. Full
Information and all that Is needed sent free. Ad
dress HTINMON CO., Portland. Maine.
FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
Vulcan- Iron Works
93 OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO, IIIA
John T. Rennie,
HAVING established his works at the shove men
tinned plsce Is better prsparfd than tver for
mannfacturln Htesm Knutnes and Mill Machlnorv.
Havltif a bleara Hammer and ampla Tools, th
Dianufacture of all kinds of Machluury, Rallmad,
Steamboat and Brtilit Forulnirs mads a rpoclalty.
Especial attsattou iftven to repairs of it itnss and
Hrasa Castings of all kinds mad to Ordei
Pips F ttlug In all lu brauchst.