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THE DAILY" CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 9, 1881.
HOW TO Cl'IlK.
COLDS, ASTHMA, CI.OIT,
All illi-caccd of tliu Throat, Lung unil Fulmoiinrv
use Acconnixt1 ' duimctions.
Allen's mv IJalsam.
Ill a IVKII
I Art I tu h"""
MK U.dllTtiM.rTwInr. iomII T.a,
ii fwrti. rlc, I., t.m It, li, rin.iliri. trnut
UulUI del, i'iil.' I.aU., bvl UlM, M. LuUII, Mw
twrti. rlc, I.) t.m It, (i, l.n.ilirl. ernlil
MRS. LYDIA E. PIHKHAM:
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
For all Female Complaints.
Ttili r"ratli n, ul'i in ma ..jrmOt, roiulrt. of
Vrurelaoto l'rui rtww vIiAt are harm! -m to Ou- mort dfl
lrt lnalJil I'ouaouolrlAltlwm, rtt. of tl.ta Com
will l roootnilwl, a.r-hf I. tiiuwlUt'i i and
when lu aarlar.Mlou", In ninety -nine run In ahun.
drod, pnnnitiicur K-lt-t "l,ai(i.wiiotiil will ut
Utj. Oa account of It. iMT n merit., It la to-day r
fommtnlM aud pn-a-riueil by the Urst jl.yiCiaa la
It will cure entirely Uie won form of falling
of lb ntrru., Iucrrh'ea, imyular and painful
Mtniitrtutlnn, all Ovarian TrouMe., lnflAimriation anl
I'laratkin, Floodimra, all pltolarvmrnti and the con-a-iaM
aplnal i'knea,and 1 wis-cUdly adopted to
lb Ctacffa of life. It will dlwwlre and TI tumon
f rata toe uterualn an rarly .tatra of di-v-)i(rn'i)t. Tha
tendency tu raiv--rou. b'-lnwr. thi-re li checked very
Iptt-dlly by It. DM.'.
In fart It haa prowl to be the jr
at and Uwt mnt ly that luu erer tw o diacoror
ad. It prmtti errry portion of the ayurm, and 1t
nw Ufratid iifr. It rniovf fai.itana.lUtuleDry, da
atroya aJIrrmTmrf for atuuulaota,a&l rIIctm woakntaa
of lb atontayh
t. cnrM HImUck, Ilradarhra, Ncrrnoa I'm ration,
(jtuend IMiility, KjM-plmMkva, Ixpmalon and Indl
(ration. That frrllng of bartnif down, cauatug pain,
wtlbt and barkach. h always irnianrntly cnn-dl-y
lUuat. t will at all tin, aodundrrull rlrmmrtan
ct, art la harmony with Uw Uw tu gowrni tea
f jr KJdnry Complalnta of tl!hT mi tUia r. rniund
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la prtf nni at 523 and tS Wat-rn ATfnn'. I.jun. MaiW.
Prtca l O). Six UMU fur l-VCiJ. 8 iit y nuul hi tli
form of pUL., almoin tiut form of I'ainfa, oq lt
of prtc, f . Ir tot, fur either. Mr. I'lVKIIAM
frwly ariawernall Mtrraof In-ulry rV-nd fi,r ioiU'
pblct. Addrwti na alxwe .Vm(i' f'n. ;ipvr.
No family abwildnc without LTWA K 1'I.VKIUM'
UNH riU.S. Dh j rare C'ontlitloa, l!iUou,c
ajjdlurpulltrof tiKLlTt r. MctnUotr tx.
KK.'IIAUUSOX wrc CO., St. Luk Mo.
Wln..;o a.-.iiia for I.VUIA K. I'INKIIA.M S
( uMI'iU N!)
Y I! U I
Premature Decline, Kte. Etc
I'ri' niutiiro O-.'i lliift ; C'inaiitnptitiu; I'-rm Ml i-:
A'lima: liii'i'.lin from l!n: l.nn!"- l'u! f i t it t ! :i.
Fcctilcn.'o-.mil inturitiptril Aril. in of t!.- lii ;,rt:
Dull (ir fltitifh A'.'lM'li (ii tin? Liver; liyj.ci-ln;
RUil u!I Whll!i- S',-.'1n1,-
sail Tn-mli'l: i; t'f thi' Lliiilif, m.,1 Wai.l if Yiul.iy
iu ;itiy Dr,';iii, iirillnttM- ciiim-i! hy hi, j at,t of
AUK ALL SfCfESSrri.I.Y AND li'!I)l.Y
Ti;K.vi'Ki) r.YTins ijemedy.
1)K. IIOWK'S TESTIMONY.
riTTnKi.n. Me.. M .reli, K
Mil. J.mi: I. I'm i.iitt-.
Hear Wtr. Durni; th" pna1 twn yi-ar-. 1 !:no
ilvcn otir t'or.ijiipuml Sirup of llyi'oplinf p 1 i t - u
fn'r t tiuiiirh -(iiiu'iviuit revi-ri' Irinl in my iir.'i-tico.
ami urn u1-j lo cpvak with contlili'tirv of il i '.l;i i.
In ri'toriiiL' iii'roli( mill'-rini; from mm- ul ion nml
tli lieiiilitv fitilontiie Diptln'rlii it lt:,.i' lmi" v- . n -ii'-r.
I r ii tiitit!y ri'commviiil lt ui' in :i!l nil'cc
UotiK of thf throat ntid lun;.'". In "wial i-it
.'"ii-ii!,Ti-l In ppii'i. It hiin 1,'iviiii n'ii'f. ntol h:
pali' nt -ire fa-t rcooviTlni;. Anion:' t!i-ii aro
rouninipiivc ami olil bronctiinl f 1 1 1 i . t , uIiom'
il'fciHi b luio ri'Hti'(l the otliiT tnu.U'i( nt" treat
nietit. For i in put red rli-.-estloii . and in fact f-r lie
lillllv from any caiin,., I ki.ow of notlilie.- i"iiui to
it. IW dlreet . ireet In etreliiMlieiiin the Iiervoim
etei", render H toiit,,!,!,. fro tlio mnjorlty or (lie
eiieii. 1 am, nlr. youri truly.
tJrUi) not lie deri'lvil l,v remedies lieariK? a
Klmllnr tmini'; nu nihi.r prcpuraliiiii in u tub
Htitutf for tlili. under any clrctiniftiiuceK.
SOLI) BY ALL iJHL'UftlSTS.
Notlrr- in hrreliv trlvon, Unit on Sntnrrl.i.. ,i, i-.it.
day of .Limiury next, hi'twei n the hoiirn of in
o'clock In th forenoon and ! o'clock In .,ft,.r.
noon of nld day, at the, latu liit ui rilil, nr,.
Ihiihc Wnldir. (iiTcufcil, in tovwii-lilp IV s. u ,i
vit. In Alcxiimlcr ami Htnlcot UlinnlK. Hie p,.r.
ottal properly of nn!d dccciipcd, i-dLKlKt inir or
un-f. nutlei", cattli', 1ior, I'urnilnc lniilciuintH
and nmclilncrv of vnrmtm Kinds, lmtifeliold and
kllclicn furniture flbfint S.tiKi IiukIkIs of mm,
aimiit HJ ncriH of urowini; wheat and oilier article
will lie, Hold at piilille fale.
TKKMS (iK SALK: 1'iirrlmpc" of Ice" tlian live
dnllatu to he imld in linnd; for thill amount nml
over, wti a crcdl of nltii' tnontlif. tlio piirihun'r
KlvlriK note, with approved fccnrliy.
KEL1T.A WAI.DEH, AdmlnlMratrls.
Cairo, 111 iM.ii.DuiTnibcr'JlHt,
i nrrtJiiP, i nun inn nuKn n hum m-
I.U u.ir.. tt.ut ,xf ail' ll(rom).( f 1KM. tlV
...... rni..., t a!l.,.na mirl Uiiatun Shnrpv.
liir "lie, tun ill) UIV lliri UllJ a v - .t.
tlii'tr rrtiln fair morti:H duly ri'cordcil In cue
rrrwrurr limn1 01 n irKHinuT i uuiii . m mi'
tt hn,. .11.1 1 ...11 a,. 1 1, niwl.il.
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PlU iii-u . uiiMirrni itit'ii i"ii v w'f tint i i
,v hi Muck iitini.uTiMloiMMli. In tlio tlilrd iul-
tMVlm'ni wnnin (ironilhory lioic in fiuu innn
tinL'O lU'-crlbod. Now, tlicn-ltir". dul'milt havltm
r ...... Ii. In till) MlVliu..,. ..r -..i.l ....... f .. Ill nt..
PtII lllTIMt. "V ii in Plllll IllMl't I VIH mm-
iUtiuI" by vlrtuo of ll hi mwr o( ulu in Paul
,. Anlllll Itlllfl Mlllt
h ON MONDAY, J ANl'AHY SI, lfW),
nt the lioiirof 'io clock In tin, ttfuariiiiin of mid
; . ... .t ..i-lv itonr r,r tl i I..
(IHv, HI 1110 wrro-i ij ,110 eonri noiirv. in
nald AK'Xiiri'ior county, at imMIc veiiduo l Hie,
lllllK'Bt blililor I"' '" '""" loi'i'tticr w iin an
rlirht lliid I'dilliy of redcniP'l on of n, pnld inort
uaiiorH. their lielm nnd nen irnp therein, the prop
(rlv ut'ove ileKCillied, to "allcry ald note, lntciel
and uxpcDK.'.. pAT,urKpot'ElMl.rtJri.aW.
(JllEKN ifcOll llUIlT, Atlomi'j s.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
W. C. AND L. ASSOCIATION COLUMN.
Edited In the Intercut of the Cairo Public Library.
MK.V, WOMEN AND liOOKS.
Sin John Hluhuill, tliu uuthor of u
"DiscouiHC on tho study of N'utuml I'liilos
opliy" in mi aiMress to tliu subscribers to
tho Wiusor ftinl Eton public librury, tie
liviTftl by him in ISM a pcrioil wlien
many eminent men believed, or affected to
believe that tlio ptoplo miht bo overin
jitructcd,B:iid; If I were to pray for a tu-te
which bhouhl stand me instertd, under
every variety of circumstances, and be a
source of happiness and cheerfulness to mo
through life and a shield against its ills,
however, things might go ami.s.s, and the
world Irown upon me, it would bo a taste
for reading. I speak of it only, of couiie,
as a worldly advantage, and not in the
slightest degree as superseding or derogat
ing from the higher office and surer and
B'ronger panoply of religious piinc'uli.s
but as a taste, an instrument, and a ple-i-ur-able
gratification give a man this taste and
the mean? of gratifying it, and you can
hardly fail ot making a happy man. ir.Less.
indeed, you put int ) his hands a most pte-vi-isc
selection of books. You plan1 lo:n
in contact with the best
society in every period of h'sloiy.
with tho widest, the wit ileal with tho tcn-
direst, the bravest, and tho purest charac
ters that Lave adorned humanity. You
make him a denizen of all nations,
a comporary of all ages. The
world has been created forliim. It is hard
ly possible, but the character should take
a higher and better tone from the constant
habit of associating in thought with a class
of thinkers, to say the least of it, above the
average of humanity. It is morally impos
sible but that the manners take a tinge of
good breeding from having constantly be
fore one's eyi.s the way in which the best
breed and the best informed men have
talked and conducted themselves in their
intercourse with each other. There is a
gentle, but perfectly lrresistable coercion
in a habit of reading, well directed over the
whole tenor of a man's character and con
duct, which is not the less effectual because
it works insensibly, and Lecau.sc it is really
the lust thing he dreams of, it cannot in
short, le better summed up than in the
words of the poet it civilizes the conduct
of men, and suffers them not to remain bar
Take care of the moments. Madame de
Stael is said to have learned a language in
tli odd intervals of time, when she was
waiting for the assembling of the family at
dinner, a ger.tleman made himself
thoroughly acquainted with Dante, by talc
ing advantage of these same unthought of
'Milton dictating, Taradisc Lost' to
purchased in Paris, in 1878, for f20.O00, by
Mr. Hubert Lenox Kennedy, has arrived
from Munich and has been placed on ex
hibition at the Lenox library. Art Enter
change. .ions vn.TOX and ms daughters.
And surely it is his simplicity alone that
can excuse his conduct to his daughters.
Milton's Oriental views of the function of
woman led him not only to neglect, but to
positively prevent, the education of his
daughters. They were sent to no school at
all, but were handed over to a schoolmistress
in the house. He would not allow them to
learn any language, saying, with a sneer,
that "for a woman one tongue was enough."
The Nemesis, however, that follows seltiish
sacrifice of others is so sure of stroke that
there needs no future world of punishment
to adjust the balance. The time came when
Milton would have given worlds that his
daughters had learned the tongues. He
was blind, and could only get at his pre
cious books could only give expression to
his precious verses through the ryes and
hands of others. Whose hands and whoso
eyes so proper for this as his daughters'?
He proceeded to train them to read to him,
parrot-like, in five or 6ix languages,
which he (the schoolmaster) could
at one time have easily taught
them, but ot which they could not now un
deifatand a word. lie turned his daughters
into reading machines. It is appalling to
funk of such a task. That Mary should
revolt, and at last, after repeated contests
with her task master, learn to hate her
father that she should, when Bomo one
spoke in her presence of her father's ap
ptoaching marriage-, make tho dreadful
speech that "it was no news to hear of his
wedding, but if she could hear of his death,
that were something"-is unuterably pain
ful, but not surprising. Athenrcum.
Why are 48 10 yards of land bought on
credit, liko a drinking song? Because it is
"an acre on tic,"
Why is a man who breaks a window aud
then pays the damage liko Dr. Thomuu'
Electric Oil in curing rheumatism. Be
cause it bi ks the pain nnd then makes it
all right. Paul 0. Schuh, ngont.
The Gold Dust is filling up fast for Vicks
burg. Capt. James O'Neil will be in the city
several days yet.
Tlio telephone will bo in operation on
the wharfboats to-morrow.
The Scudder will getaway for New Or
leans about Thursday night, and will have
a full trip.
Itiver at 1 p. m. to-day, registered ." feet
! inches above low water mark and sta
tionary. Captain Tlios. W. Shields left for New-
Orleans by rail yesterday. He will be ab
sent a week.
The Ohio is rising rapidly . The re
port for the last 24 hours, give Cincinnati
a rise of 8 feet and Pittsburg 4 feet.
Anchor line of freight from St. Louis
Mo. again commenced to arrive, several cars
having put in an appearance yesterday via.
C. it V. and I.C. 11. It's.
From Capt. John Oreenough, we learn
that late Friday night Capt. John McCord
of tin; (told Dust, while passing the corner
of Sixth and Commercial, was set up by a
colored man and several whites, held up,
and robbed of six dollars. The money
was the joint property of Capt. Phillips and
Charles M. Howe. The matter was being
investigated, yesterday afternoon with a
fair prospect of being thoroughly sifted,
when of a sudden the court of enquiry was
broken up hy the unexpected departure of
Capt. Shields, for New Orleans. Of coure
those who know the captain well will place
no confinence in the suspicions entertained
by those who intimate that he might know
something about the true ''inwardness" of
the outrage. An attempt to overhaul
Shields on his way to the train, was inef
fectual, as Capt. Till 1 Iiiley and Capt. Jack
Carter gave out early in the Chast, and he
was permitted to escape. Meantime the
money is enveloped in a cloud, nnd prom
ises to bo a dead loss.
lulling- Tiles Synlptoms and Cure.
The symptoms arc moisture, like 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 parts are
sometimes affected; if allowed to continue,
very serious results may follow. Dr.
Swayne's All-Healing Ointment is a pleas
ant sure cure. Also, for Tetter, Itch. Salt
llheurn, Scald Head, Erysipelas, Barber's
Itch, Illotches, all Scaly Cir.sty Cutaneous
Eruptions. Price 50 cents, a boxes for $1.25.
Sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price in currency or three cent postage
stamps. Prepared only lv Dr. Swayne &
Son, 3:;0 North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. Sold by all prominent druggists in
Cairo and eisewhere.
Swavne's Pills are the best for all bil
ions disorders. They ward off Chills and
Physicians Eecoiiinu'nd it.
Your Thomas' Electric Oil commands a
largo and increasing sale, which it richly
merits. I have 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 pains
of a broken leg with dislocation of the foot
aud in two days I was entirely relieved
lrom pain. .Jos. Ueacdin, M. D.
Pavl G. Sen lit. Agent.
Mits. Windows Sootiiino Sykit Rev
Sylvanus Cobb thus writes in tho Boston
Christian Freeman: Wo would bv no
means recommend any kind of medicine
which we did not know to be good par
ticularly tor intauts. But ot Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Svrup we speak from
knowledge; in our own family, it has prov
ed a blessing indeed, by giving an infant
troubled with co.ic pains, quiet sleep, and
the parents unbroken rest at night. Most
parents can appreciate these blessings.
Here is an article which works to perfection,
and which is harmless ;for the sleep which it
atiords the intatit is perfectly natural, and
the little cherub awakes as ''bright as a
button." And during the process of teeth
ing, its value is incalculable. We have
frequently heard mothers say that thev
would not be without it from the birth of
the child till it had finished with the teeth
mg siege, on any consideration whatever.
Sold by all druggists. ' Twenty-five cents n
We OEsiitE to call the attention to our
readers to the Grand Holiday Offer of the
Mendelssohn Piano Company, whosu ad
vertisement appears elsewhere. This
Company offers an $850 Square Grand
Piano, ; stringed; 7 octaves, in a hand
some rosewood case, for only $245; also
many other styles of Pianos and Organs at
great bargains for the Holidays, including
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. The Mendels
sohn Piano Co. are the first to do a general
business with the purchaser direct, saving
him more than one-halt tho price charged
by other tirst-classaninkers. This saving is
made by doing away with tho Agency Sys
tem, and giving tho people the I'ianoa at
Wholesale or Agency prices. We 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 bo mailed free
Saved from Death.
Mrs. Jacob Willison, Marion, 0.,says her
child was not expected to live, owing to a
severe attack of Croup; sho tried Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil, which gave immed
Mr. C. Clondennen, Marion, 0., used Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil for Bunions; ho says
at first start ho thought it was I;ko the rest
of tho advertised humbugs, but was agreea
bly disappointed anil uow would not bo
without souio in tho liotiso for any money.
PaixG. Sc iiuh, Agent.
I You auk tired taking tho largo old'
fashioned griping pills, try Carter's Littlo
Jjiver Pills nnd tako some comfort. A
"inn can't stnud everything.
Miss Gardner, who has achieved dis
tinction by having evicted a good
many of her tenants in Ireland, lives in
a house, defended by iron bars, chains,
nnd by several policemen. Sho litis
been shot at through a window of the
building, and she carries a revolver in
in tho pocket of her shooting jacket.
Her only companion is a lady named
Miss Pringlo. It is related that the
poorer peasants speak of her a sa malev
olent fiend, an "extherminathor," a
tyrant striving to make the lives of tho
poor so wretched ns to drive them oil
her estate. -'A strange lady is she,
soit," cried one of tho tenants. "Oeh,
she's a devil of a woman eutoirely.
All sho wants is to hunt the poor off tho
face of the wor-r-rold."
Tu E "London Hair Color Kestorer"
is the most delightful article every in
troduced to tho American people and
totally different from all other hair re
storers, being entiiely free from all
impure ingredients that render many
other articles lor the hair obnoxious.
Where baldness, or falling of the hair
exist, or prematurely grnyness, lrom
sickness or other causes, its use will
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
fumed, rendering the hair soft
and plyable, making it an indis
pensable in every toilet.
Ask your druggist for London Hair Color
Restorer. Price 75 cents a bottle. (1)
W. E.Millek, of Bellvue, Ohio, says
I have been troubled with Asthma, and
received no relief until I procured your
Only Lung Pad." I can recommend it to
any one having the asthma. See Adv.
Onions are prescribed ns a sure cure for
clerical kissing, and Sping Blossom as a
sure cure for dispepsia, indigestion and all
disorders of the stomach. Price 50 cents,
trial bottles 10 cents.
To all who are suffering from tho 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-addresed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Inman, Station D, New York City.
The rioasnrcs ot Hope.
When the body is bowed with pain an
intense longing tor relief brings hope. This
may brighten the suffering but it docs not
cure. At a time like this how welcome is
such friend ns Warner's Safe Kidney and
Liver Cure, bringing home, health and hap
piness and the joys of a renewed life.
The Reason Why. Mr. Fellows, in his
"Medical Monthly," gives reason for the
peculiar action of his Ilypophospliitcs in
the cure of diseases, which seem to be borne
out by facts. From tonic action of the
Sympathetic Nerves all the Organic Mus
cles are strengthened and the patient over
comes his malady simply, pleasantly, and
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Do&ler in Ico.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELL
TACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
constantly on hand
At Sevcnty-flve cents per load.
Stavo Trim mines
x At one dolhtr per load.
Tho "trtiiimln"ro conroii linvinR nrt make
the heat aiiinmer wood for cooking purpo.e. a. well
a. tho chyiipe.t ever cold In Cairn. For hluck
mllh'i una In nltliiR tlret, thev are iinnitialled.
Leave your order at the Tculh itreet woud yard
t. HIMii attMt.M a
tt tt at at Mr . t
:v;:;:::::::::::PIMPLES AND KLOTCliEfe
at -m , Uwl
' tlaMM JaT
Cure Your Backache.
Andull iHHCh.es of the Kidney., Cladijer and
I'rinary Oralis by wearing tho
Improved Excelsior Kidney-Pad
It in a MAItVEL of HEALING and IJELIEP
Simple, Sensible, Direct, Pain
Ttrt'KKH whcrcnil cine fall". A REVELA
TION and HEVOLl TluN In Aladlciuc. Ahmirp
tlon or direct application, a oppotetl to un
Hatinlactory internal inediilnen. !eud for our
treatini) on Kidney trouble., tent free, hold hy
druwlHtf. or nut hy ninil, on receipt of orice, i
Orialandn-TIIE ONLY LOG PAD CO
nine Kidney 1'ad DETROIT,
Ai-k for It nnd Mirhimm
Mana-rer. for tho Northwent.
Worth Its AVehjht In Gold
CURES PILI5S AND BURNS
CURIES PIJLKS AND BURNS
CURES PTUES AND BURNS
Sold by all Druggists.
(.0 to PAL L O. SCIll'II, Druggist,
Dyes. For brightness and durability
pounds, price 15 cents.
Mendelssohn Piano Co.
Will make, for the next til) days only, a Grand Offer of
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
850 Square Grand Piano for only 8215.
STYLE .') 'icnincent UoHewood cac. elecanlly fliiltheil, S strir.pKT 13 cinvi't full patent
' caiitiitileinjrulleii. our new patent ovcrstrtini: tcale, beaiitilul curved Icl' and Ivre heavy
fierpentlne and laru'e fancy inouldlnc round citee, full Iron Frame, French Crand Action. Ciraiid Ham
iM'ndilLM1 uv,"'ry lniProvl,niiJt which can in niiy way tei.d to the perfection ot the iiiMrnmiM has
l-"dur 'price forthls Instrument boxed and delivered on boaid tho cars at New York C01w A,
with Him l'lano Cover. hlool aud Hi ok, only C-l '),UU.
This 1'iauo will he seal on test trial. J'lease send refen i.ec II vou do cot tend molicv with order, lash
sent with order will be refunded and freight chaws paid bv us 1 oth ways if I'lnno is' net iti-t as rep
rescuii.jl in this ndvertUciiieiil. Thoiisaiidi-iu ute. bend 'lor I . itmloetic. Every lr.Hnai c'nt It; .v war
rnnted for llvti years.
"1)1 V ,U $ I'O (with Stool. Cover and Hock. All strictlv I-ir-t-rlass nt:d sell" a; Whole
X JilV0 '"'V factory pilei-n Thei-e l'ianos mule one ct the lli:est displavs nt ihe (inteirial
, Exhibition, ami were uiniiiiiuoiislv recotnim ml. d I, r Ihc Iii-I.irt Hot o:s. he
Square" contain our New Talent Scale, the treiiteH linpiovcieenl In the hHory of Einno makitii.'. The
I pr ii'hts are Ihe llnest In Aimrlca. l'ositivi-ly we make the t'n est l'iano-, of the Hchct tore -i d treat
est durability. 1 hey are rcccn.mcmled by Ihe hlphest Hiii-icul imlhoi ities in the connlrv. I m r UtfO
in use, and mitotic disftitislleil purchaser, All l'uiuos nnd Ci-pins sent ml.', (lays test tiiii'-frritht
tree if uns'itlsfiictorv Don't fall to write its before lim ine, Positively we ofU r the r.est bar-n-i .. ( at-
mioo-o iree. iinmiMinie inusiraicu ai:U Ufurlpme I a t ii ! ( ct:e ol rnvi ii.ai . u Ii r :c .ten V.
Every I'iiuio fullv warrimleil fur Svears.
i. . i y j moo hi i iv w
Our "Parlor Oraiiil Jubilee Ori'iin," slv:e ts Ihe finest nml f wcefot ti i;ed L'ecd
ort'cil ever offered the musical pnbllc. It colitiiins l ive t'clavee. Five -its Lenin,
lour of 'Jt. Oetiives otiell. noil oi.e ff ihr ),.,.,, 'I'l. i .( ...... .... ..i.i.
Iirirnu-niiipson, Melodla. Viola. Unte.lVleiiti', Dulcet, Echo, Meledia Forte. Cilestlmi. Vlolimi. l-'nte-Fortu,
Tremoii,(iran(10ri.'iitiand(iraiid-swe)l. Knee Mops IDIhi Tl inches: LeTU'th.4:) in; Width,
.4 n; Weight, boxed, :HK) lbs. The rase I of solid walnut, veteend with choice woods, and Is of an
entirely new and benttllliil desien. elaborately carved, with raised pannels. music closet, lump Muids.
fretwork, Etc., all olci-untiy llnlMied. 1'ossesses ihe latest and best Improvements, with treat power
depth, brilliancy and s.unpnthctlc quality nf tone. Ilcaiitilul solo ulicts ai d perlcct slop act on
Iteiriilar rolall price $.5. Our wholesale net ciish price to have II Introduced, with stool aid hick,
only?-', -as one oruan sells olhers. Positively no deviation in price Noiiurmnt Kiiiiind i;i til t u
have fully tested tliu orm-ii In your own homo. We send all Orcaim on J5 days lest trial and pav Irei'tht
Doth ways If Itistruiiieiit Is not as represented. Fully wnrrnno d for 5 years. Other sivles-s'ste.n or
pin only tfir.: 0 stoin. JS.M 14 stops, f ll.V Owr :W.rno sold, nnd every Ornan has piven the fullest sat
Islnctbin lllustriited circular mailed tree. Factory and wnrcroomi". r.llh St. and loth Ave
SHEET AIIiSTC one-third price. Catiiiocue of :UK 0 choice pieces sent lor He slump. This
i 7 , . LataloKiie Include most of the popular music of the day and every variety
nmslcal composition, hy the best author", Address, 3
MENDELSSOHN PIANO CO.,
( RAY'S SPKt'IKlO MEDICINE,
TRADE MRK.Th(!reatKnKllshTHAI)E JIAJtK
Itemedv, au un
failing' rtiro for
Sper in atorrhoen,
lmpotency, and all
diseases that fol
low as a conse
rinenco of sell
t f ni I ' nhlise: s loss ofAr'
BoforO TakinCmemorv, tinlvetsar i
liissltiide, palp'ii the hack, dlm-Af,n 'nuVi--
liesa ol vision, prematura old ai;e
and mnny other diseases that b ad to Insanity or
cousiiniptlon ami aiirematiire crave.
Full partirulurs lu our piunphlot, which we do
sire to send free by mall to everv one. The oe-
clHc medicine Is sold by all driiKiilsta at $1 per
pai'KBKii, six mr f;i, or win oe tent iree ny ni'ill oil
receiptor the moiiKy by addressing THE OKAY
MEDICINE CO., No. S Mechanic block, Doirolt
Mich. Hold In Cairo by llarclay Uro Paul U
Schuli andUco. E. O'llara. I
-ik a Outfit sent free to those who wish tn on
ll h L. unite lu tho moat pleasant and profitable
rousiuesi. kikiwii, Avervininir now.
Capital not required. Wo, will furnish
everything. lda day and upward it yet
easily made without tuyliiK away from
hoimi over nlht, Nit risk whatever. Many new
work"r wanted at otico. Many are makliiit fort
tine I the business. I itdles'ltitiko a much ni
men, .lid votnm hoy and ulrl maae ureal pay. No
one wno la wllllnn 'to work fall, to mako nloni
money every day than can he made In a wook at any
oilier employment. Those wltn onu.ic at uc
will find a short road In forltimt. Address II.
I1ALLETT It CO., Portland Maine.
Cures by ABSORPTION (Nature's way
i I LUNG DISEASES,
A IjTIIKOAT DISEASES. '
It DIUVES INTO the system curative aeente
and hcalins medicines,
ItDh'AW S Klio.M thcdleeaHcd parts the poisons
that ciiiimi (lentil.
TIIOLSANDS TESTIFY TO ITS VIKTVEs.
You can be Relieved and Cured
Don't t)c"pnir until yon have tried thit ' renxiliiu,
Easily Applied and KAUlCALLY EF
E E C T f A L Itemed)-
So'd hy (Irttinrltte, or nut by a.uil on receipt of
price, JJ.UO, by
moiimSand'ourTHEOXLY LOG TAD CO.
hook " Three DETROIT,
Million, a tar" t;i,;
Manager for the Northwest.
ni'l$ AM) lRUISES
I .UTS AND httUISES
U'TS AM) laiTSES
PRICE oil cents and 81.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mi. Freniiiim,' New Ntttional
of color are inn . pallid. Ouer from 2 to 5
P.O. box 2l)5lt, New York City.
To Nervous Sufl'erors-Tiie (,reat European Kejr-rdv-lr..J.
U. SlinpsoisSpccitlc Mi'dielne.
Dr. J. It. Slmpon Speclilc Medicine is a posi
tive cure tor Spermatorrhea, lmpotency, Weaktiesa
and all disease restiltlnu from Self-Abuse, as Ner
vous Debility, Irritability. Menial Anxiety, La uiruor,
Lassitude, Depression of Spirit aud ftuieiioiihl do
riinnements of tho Nervon System cenerilly Palim
In Duck or Side, Loss nf Memory. Premature 0':1
th at lead to Con
ty and an early
LTiive, or both.
No matter how
system may be
from execssy of
any kind, a short
course of this niedieluu will resturu the lost mic
tion, ami procure health aud happiness, where be
firre wn despondency and ejoom. The Speclllo
Modtvlno la beltiK used with wonderful auc
ces. Pamphlet ent free to all. Write for them and
Ret full particulars.
Price, Spec.tilc. $t. CO per package, or ill pack
aires for $.Vi. Will bo sent by mall ou raccipt of
money. Addre all order.
J. li. SIMl'BOX H MEDICINK CO.,
No. 104 and toti Mulu St., Buiblo, N. T.
Caiho, Ii linoh, Doeemlur, VK 1W.
Tho regular annual meeting of the atoekholdcr
of the City Nallonal Hank ol' Cairo, for the pnrpoat
of electing aeven illrcrtur. will be held attha of
fice of avid bank. In tbl" city, on Tneaday, January
ll. isril . Poll ouen al 10 o'clock a, m. and clo
at4o,rlickp. m.of aaid da?. t - .