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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNINCi FEBRUARY 5, 1851.
gICK HEADACHE !
We Mean Cured, Not Merely Relieve
And Cun Prove What we Claim,
t.(rTh:ro urn do failure and no disappoint
mii u If you are troubled with SDK liKAD
ACHE jrou tun be easily and quickly cured, at
hundreds have been already. We. shull ha pleased
to mall it sheet of testimonials In any I nlT Hied.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Also cure til firm or jlltiounn. prevent Const!
patluti and Dvsptiptta, promote plu'Stlon, relieve
distress from' too hearty estlnir. correct Disorders
of Dm Stomach, Stimulate the Liver, and Ki-kuIku
thu Bowels. 'J'hey do all this by ukmtr Just om
little pill at dosu. They are purely vegetable, dt
not gripe or purie. una are nearly purled
It In pos-llile (or a pill to ho. J'rlce i ci ts, S fm
tl. 8u!cl liv dniiiirl.ts everywhere or sent by mull
CAlViKIt ilhDIl INK to . EHIK. I'A.
MRS. LYDIA L FIHKHAMl
CF LYNN, MASS.
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LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
Th" Pn.itlv P i r
For all Female Complaints.
This preparation, M III nuts sIcMflc, ronalnU of
Vegetal.! I'rul rtlrt u.at ari tiim.l.w 1 j tlx. mot dU
kaltlaralld. Upon one trial th itwnui of this Cora
pound wlH b mwnluHj, as ri Uf is lra.-uvlit i and
ha IK uvlf (ontin'i'ol, Id niatfy nlao raaralna bun.
tni, niinfntTOrclefr"-l1jllimjiknl lll Xn
Xitj. Ou maul of lu ruren nyirllv It li Cv!y r
eumnwn4l od prm ribv ty 11 bril pbyttcluit la
I lit eciontry.
It will cur Lttnlr tlx rt f irm of f.llinf
of tb utrrui, InrorrlKra, lrr(TilUr ud painful
IfMutnutlnn.allOTarUnTrouMri, lnrUuimtl(a nd
UlmrsUuD, rioolUigt, all Ittplaniwnti tnd (1m con
unl ijitluO tnkori,ud l Mptx'tally ftdil to
th Oiwiir of Ufa. It will dlMnlTs nd l tuitxira
from thu1rnulna early U of di'Tit.inm'nt. Th
Undenry tortnccroiu hunKin tlwr U cLacksd very
twudlly br tu m
In fwt It hu irnvd ! Ixi tlx rrM
wt ud bct nm-ly tht ku crrr Inn dliroTar
d. It pf rnytn rTtry r'rtla uf th ym, and (riff
D Ufuand rlor. It n-iuoM-. flntini.n!ulf nrjr. d
ftroyt aUcrmrlt j tor M'auulauta, aod irllavra vrikJMSM
f tha it'irnxg
Murn BI'iatiDfr, n lachia, Srnr.tn I'rcwtrattmi,
0nraJ Debility, filrfplimoin, IVpmakli'it aud Indl
(fall oft. That fnUnirof Ix arlrduon, cmnal,( pain,
wttght and backache, In alwayi.miaiwiitly curnll y
lu oaa. It will at all tlmon, aud undrr all clrcuinatan
caa, art In barmooy wl'.liltio i ttuit gorvm tna
lot KldncyCuinplalnia 'A rltw t til rorapound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la prepared at 1 and ZA Wwtcrn Arrnoa. I.ynn. Maai.
frtctli oo. Su b.)Mk fur j.iC. Suut ly mail In tit
formof pilli. alaoln tba frui of Ui niP, on rwalpt
of price, 11.00, -r hot, for either. Mr. riSKIUM
freely anrwern all PtUn of Inpury Rind fur pant
phlot. Addrvanaaalova ilmttun thlt jujrr,
No family iliouldlw with jut LVMA F. I'lNKIlAM'
UyZii PIIX3. Tm y euro Conlill.iii, lilllouuirM
and Torpidity ol Uw Uver. K cii.l. tx r Iri x.
RIC1IAUDSON A CO., St. Louis., Mo.
Wholr.s! tu'i'tilK for LYDIA K. I'iNKIIAM'K
Who want glossy, luxuriant
and wavy tresses of ubundant,
beautiful Hair mast 11 so
U'ON'S KATlIAIItON. This
elegant, clienp article always
mates the Hair :row freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and cures gray
ness, removes dandruff and
itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving It a curling
tendency and keeping It in
any desired position. Menu
tiful, healthy Hnlr Is the suro
result of using Kutholron,
:tAV'H KrFriFin MKDK'INK. '
TRADE MAflK.TbaOrciitEnKlUlilKADK MARK
1 foiling euro . ir
ttt.t.fitmii'V. and fill
dlNeni t hnt fol
low nil t',pti"c
. nnoncu of Rclf
rt.f rfil.il'"iij a. lu.a nf.
DBloni AttMuiiiminiorv.iiiilviiiaH X.TV
lMll,,rtn. tialtt lt tllA linil ill,,,, in. ' Wl I
tu'M0fvll'li. promaitire old iiur."01 AKU1JJ
antt ninnjrolhrdlaciii'a timt liml to liicmilly or
coninimntlon t'd pniinmnro iirnvi'.
Kull prirttrulnri In nnr luimplili't, which we !
lr to ciid I'reo by ninll ( uvery nnn. Thonpo
cllcmodlclna I" "'" "Z. f U dnilaU at It P"r
packntfo, alx for f of 'H no wni Irri- hr iiiaII oil
rflrdptof 1lm nioimy by ddrr-Ming TlfH UHAV
MKD1CINK CO., No. 8 Mwliaiilr.n Tilock, Dnlroll
Mkh. Sold ln(Klro ! HsrclRy iro,., l'nul 0
THE DAILY BUliLETIN.
Ofltce : Bulletin Building, Washington AYenoe
Dally (dellverttd liy earrlitra) per week I 26
iiTDiaiuin advaucojoue your
By niall tin advance) eue year
Toclulu of tun andovr(pur copy)
I'o.tttiiu In all canct propald.
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Firm Iniortloii, pi r iqaaro $1 Of)
Hubsttquunttnaurtlout, purequaro SO
Kor odo wai-k, per aquare SOU
Kr two week", per aquare 4 50
For three week., A Oil
For one month., 7 "0
Kicb additional (quire 4 00
Kiiwal tiotlci! 1 00
UbltUHrii-n and PiHolutlom pamud by aoi.lutlua
tancuntn per lluu,
Uuatbaaiid niarrlaca frne
First luterttoD, pr iquare,,,. $ 1 00
KIkuI line of solid nonpandl conr-tltaU) t aqaaro
MpUyed adrurtUement will be charged accord
ing i the paco occupied, at above rates there be
lug tWk)vi lioua of solid type to the Inch.
To regular advirrtlsi'ra wu offer unperlor Induce
menu. Fioth if to rate of cburgei and manner of
displaying their favor.
Local notU twenty cent pr lino for tlrnt Infer
tion; ten cents pur Hue for each auhiiequent Inrer
Tlil a pajinr may bo found on ele at Geo. P. Howell
C'o.'n Nvwapapi-r Advertising Barean.llO Spruce
s .reet) where advertising contracts may be made
I r It In New York.
Communication upon subjects of et-neral Interest
to the public are at all times acceptable. Rejected
m itiiisi ripts will not be returned.
Letters and communications should be addressed
' H. A. Huruett Cairo Illltoia "
Paris C. Drown
II. T. Dexter
Joo. A. scuddcr
Pans C. Brown
.. . Evansville
Tfic river is ck'ar of icu.
Pilot Unmet Crano ib iu the city.
Tin; Cyrii. Millar it due here twla-.
The rivr is cloned again at Louisville.
Ijuniuebs on the levy wus booinipg yefter
The H. T. Uester cituie down Thursday
The Uold Dust hud about 700 tons f
The Vint. Shinkle i the only Jlemjihis
The Will Kyle bhotild be down to-day
fur New Orleaus.
Hiving been detained, the Cold Dust
did not ft away until thin morning-
The inariini'jtli Jituu' Howard had 6,000,
000 pounds of freight whfn the left this
The John S. Hopkins will be here to-day
without (nil and hereafter will make regu
The John A. Scuddcr has arrived, nnd
will ut orn-e loud and leave for New Or
leans ou Monday next.
The tine steamer, Guiding Star, will be
down to -morrow evening and leave at once
lor the "Crescent City."
A few day, like last Monday, would
open tho Mississippi and knock the ice
higher than Beether'a life of Christ.
When the James Howard left this port
eho had 3,000 tons of freight. Copt. Brown,
of the J'adiicuh News says: "It would
require thirty railmud trains of ten cars
em h to ilo the numu work."
The "bonipin Ib.ir Color Ht stoier"'
is the m..-1 ill lilitlul article every in
tiodtice.l to the Anu ricau people and
totally iliflVretit from all other hair re
dtorcrs, being entirely freo from all
impure ingredients that render many
other articles for the hair obnoxious.
Where baldness, or falling of the hair
exist, or prematurely gnyness, from
t-ickiiess or other causes, its use will
restore the natural youthful color, and
cameg a healthy growth, cleansing tho
scalp from all impurities, dandruff, etc.,
ut the sumo time a iwwt pleasing and
lusting hair dressing, fragrantly per
fumed, rendering the hair soft
and plyable, making it an indis
pensable in every toih-t.
Ask your druggist for lwdon Hair Color
Kestorer. Trice 73 cents a bottle. (!)
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with tho exauemtiug puiu of cutting
teeth,' If o, go at once and get a bottle of
Mis. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no ruistako
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate tho bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to tho child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly kii le to use in all cases, und
pleasant to the tste, ami is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest aud best female
phvsieians and nurses in the United State.
Sold eveiywhere. 2.1 cents a bottle.
The Propali Capali.
Tho correct thing to do when one. has a
couirli, or an attack of rheumatism, is to
usu Dr. Thomas' Kclectric Oil: or if one.
has a valuable hotso alllicted with somo of
tho diseases or hurts w hich horseflesh is
heir to, uso tho sumo relinblo means of
cute. I'aul (. Seliuli, Agont.
IIkniiy Van Nohtvyick, of Toledo, Ohio,
says: A friend prevailed upon mo to try
an "Only Lung Pad," nnd I obtained hn
ni(!iliato relief I rnm a rucking cough. I
know thcl'nd helped me.--Seo Adv.
Lydia 1C. Pinkuam'b Vkoktaiilh Com
pound revives tho drooping spirltH; invig
orates nnd harmonizes tho organic func
tions i gives elasticity nnd firmness to tho
stop, restores tho natural lustre to tho eye,
nnd plants on the pftlo chock of beauty tho
fresh roses oflifo'i spring and cnrly sumtnor
Why the Pastor Rescued.
A doacon of a prominent Connecti
cut church, vt hoso pastor had Just re
signed, recently met a Hartford dU
vine, vrhen the following convotsa.
tion ensued :
"I was sorry to hear that Brother
Blank had resigned. I have uhvays
liked him. Ho is regarded as a very
tblo man, Isn't ho?"
"W-e-Ll, y.e-s" (hesitatingly).
"Oh, y-e-s, he's an able nmii."
"But ho is a lirst-rato preacher,
"W-c-1-1, y-c-s; ho is a very good
"And he is a inan of the highest
ChrUliun character, isn't he? so wo
have always thought here."
' W'e-cll, ye-es. OU, yes, he's a good
"But there must bo something iu
the matter, Deacon? Why do you
hesitate so, and siy, 'We-II, ye-es.'
Has brother Blank been guilty of
any thing wrong! I know of a
church that 1 thiuk he's just the man
for, und 1 mean to recommend him
very highly. Have you any reason
to suppose that ho would not givo
"Wed, Doctor, Mr. Blank is all you
say about bun, but I'm afraid he's
not calculated to make a successful
pastor in tho country."
"Why not, Deacon. You surprise
me very much."
"Well, I will tell you one reason.
Mr.BluiiK lived next to a neighbor
whuso hens and chickens troubled
him very much by digging up bis
gulden. He spoke about it several
times, but it did no good ; those fowls
kept in bis garden all the time. And
what, do you think he did? Instead
of biiootinj some of them, or build
ing a high fence around bis garden,
bo curie i.iown nero to Hartford ami
bought the best game-cock he could
IimI, took him home uii I turned him
loovj in the garden. The next dny
that neighbor Heard a great commo
tion among the poultry, and when he
looked over tho fence 'tnero were all
his hem mid chickens lynri in wiii
drow's, und that game-cock walking
ovit me bodies mid crowing. Now,
you can't s.iy that that was uucuris
liitn conduct, but it was cett.auly
calculated to destroy Mr. Blank's
uci'uluess iu that ttirceiion. Hurt'
Tom Thumb and His Wife-
PrOfMenee Journal. .
Tom Thumb, or Charles Stratton,
as he was called in his baptismal name,
was, at bis birth, n? all the world
knows, an undersized specimen of hu
manity. If he was not put into a
quart pot, he iniglit have been, accord
ing to what was said by his mother,
who averred that he hardly measured
a pint. He grew up in strength of
brain and in physical health, but with
only a small development in anatomi
cal' structure and adipose tissue.
B irmnn found him in ids rural home,
and after some pleasant negotiations
with his progenitors, brought him in
to notoriety among the curiosities of
the celebrated museum. It was forty
years or more ago when the great
'American repertory was at the corner
of Ann street, in New York, that wan
dering through the shadowy and mys
terious balljU aud wondering over
birds, and beasts, and wax figures,
monkeys, an I relics of the revolution,
wo first undo, acquaintance with the
little man of Bridgeport. He was in
the prime an I beauty of a black
coatee, tapering oil" like the tail of a
young swallow, while his trowscrs,
also of the ministerial hue, and fault
less in set, were strapped under boots
that a Ciiiii'-so princess might have
worn, and that glisieiicd like polished
mirrors. Small' in sio he was, yet
great in his adopte I mine, because bis
measure was advertised in inches.
And so he continued increasing in
fame, but not in suture, for many
years, until he h id gained a comforta
iilo portion of this world's goods, and
felt that he might retire from the gaze
of admiring eyes to the quiet fields
ami forest shades of his birthplace.
Lavinia Warren was also small and
und'f-si.ed at her birth, and grew
but little up to the time of her maid
enhood. A happy thought of Bar
num led him to seek an interview with
her parents, and to engage- her as ono
of tho s;ars of his inu-eum. She took
her po.-itioii among tho orbs of bis
celebrated firmament aud held it for
several years. It was hero that she
found her Thumb; it was hero that
her Thumb found her. Under tho
tapestry of the museum walls, be
neath the gazo of revolutionary wor
thies peering from worm-eaten can
vases, oompaiiioui'd by Dtniel Lam
bert and the slnll'ed tiger lroin Bengal,
and encouraged by tho voice of the
parrot and the chattering of the mon
key, the romantic passion warmed up
an'l sjethed and bubble 1, and ttvo
young und fond hearts, as a poet has
J. ike snow. falls inefttuig
lelluwed Into one.
There was a flame of love, noUvith
standing tho coolness of our simile,
and it leaped and nourished until La
vinia und Thomas wore sot into a
blaze. It gave a new ornament to tho
green curtain, it sparkled in the chan
delier, it added a luster to the foot
lights, and it sounded wedding pre
ludes in tiio inspiring harmonies of
the Amazonian bass-viol and other In
struments of tho customary hand.
And iu proper time, after all profes
sional engagements had been fulllllod,
Lavinia and Thomas were- married.
There were wedding presents, and
sports aud Junketings after the solemn
ceremony, but the bride un I bride
eroom, iu that modesty which always
markod their character, retired from
tho festive scene to the valley In Mas
sachusetts which they had selected lor
their future homo. And there ever
Hinco they have lived, und.lurbod by
the illusions of tho public stage, ex
cept iu occasional dramatic episodes,
und perfectly conteutod in their so.
qucstend dwelling unioiw wood and
streams aud floworing hedges. If tho
flaming of remembered cliaiuloliers
have occasionally blazed In upon thorn,
they have illuiuinatud tho delights of
their pleasant retreat, and the visions
of the polar hear iu Ids stuffed In tog
ument, tho happy family, and the pa
thetlo seal lu his tank, havo only added
to tho pleasures of a quiet abode
HIIIHIII t t
Charcoal and Its Uses.
Charcoal, laid flat while cold on a
turn, causes tho pain to abate immedi
ately ; by leaving it on for an hour tho
burn seems almost healed when tho
burn Is superficial. And charcoal is
valuable for many other purposes.
Tainted meat, surrounded with it, is
sweetened; strewn over heaps of de
composed pelts, or over dead animals,
it prevents any unpleasant odor. Foul
water is purified by it. It is a great
disinfectant, and sweetens offensive air
if placed iu shallow trays around
apartments. It is so very porous iu
its "niinulo interior," it absorbs ami
condenses gases most rapidly. Ono
cubic inch of fresh charcoal will ab
Borb nearly ono hundred inches of
gaseous amnion a. Charcoal forms an
unrivaled poultico for malignant
wounds and sores, often corroding
- away dead liesh, reducing it to one
quarter in six hours. In cases of what
we cull proud flesh it is invaluable.
It gives no disagreeable odor, corrodes
no metal, linns no texture, injures no
color, is a simple and sale sweetener
and disinfectant. A teaspoonful of
charcoal, iu half a glass of water, often
relieves a s'ck headache; it absorbs
the gases and relieves the distended
stomach pressing against the nerves,
which extend from the stomach to the
head. It often relieves constipation.,
pam, or heartburn.
"'ew Fancied Notions"
may Dot work injury to people when they
relate to matters of little consequence, but
when entertained as to what we shall take
when afflicted with serious disease they
may lead to dear experience. Don't there
fore trifle with diseases of the blood mani
fested by eruptions, blotches, scrofulous
and other swellings and grave symptoms,
but take that well tested and efficacious
remedy, Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery the greatest blood-purifier of the
age. If the bowels are very costive use
also Dr. Pierce's Pellets (little sugar-coated
CURES FEVEK AND AGUE.
Pleasant Valley, Jo Daviess Co . Ill
March 31st, 179.
Dr Pierce. liofTilo, N. Y,:
Deak Slit I write this to inform youthat
my child, one year old, has been perma
nently cured of the fever nud ague in a
week's time, and th? use of but half a bottle
of your Golden Medical Discovery. My
wife, a long sufferer from liver complaint
aDd biliousness, by the use of the Discovery
and Pellets, has been entirely relieved. The
Discovery has never disappointed us for
coughs and colds. Yours truly,
Protect the Little Ones.
' Protect the little ones from the often
fatal consequences of croup, with Dr.
Thomas' Tclectric Oil. It is the king of
all cough medicines, as well as a peerless
remedy for rheumatism, lame back, sprains,
bruises, cuts, piles, kidney troubles, etc.
Take it inwardly and apply outwardly.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
To all who are suffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youtli.nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will euro you, free ol
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addrsscd envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Inman, Station D, New York City.
Extkact. For persons suffering from
ixhauston of the powers of the brain aud
nervous system, from long aud continued
study or teaching, or in those cases of ex
haustion from which so many young men
suffer. I know of no better medicine for
restoration to health than Fellows' Com
pound Syrup of Hypophosphites.
Edmo.nd Clay, M. D., Pugwash, N. S.
The Melancholy Pane.
Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, would not
have been dubbed, the "Melancholy Dane"
if he had known Dyspepsia was all that
ruled him, and that all that he needed was
a supply of Spring Blossom, a sure cure for
for Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Indigestion and
other diseases of that description. Price
&0 cects, trial bottles 10 cents.
PGR NEW ORLEANS
The Anchor Line Steamer
.SiaHOIIN A. SCUDDER.
CARTER, : : : :
Is at tho wharf binding, and will sail for New
Orluunion Monday, February "th,oii nrrtvul of the
evening t rain.
Capt. T. W. SHIELDS. Agent,
O 1 co No. 3 Whiirl' liout.
QA1RO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE gfa STATES.
Un and after Monday, June "th, aud until further
notice the ferryboat will make trips as follows:
UtaVKS LEAVES LEAVES
fot Fourth it. Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
" , . , f
8:0fl a, m. h:!i a. m. ' '
10:oo a. m. 0:30a. m. U m.
8:0(1 p.m. 2:0p, m. P.m.
4:'K) p.m. 4::R) p.m. 6;00p.m.
i P.m. 8:80 p.m. ip.m
a week In ymir own town, Houlflt frtfl. No
risk, lteailer, If you want a business al
which persons of olllier soi call make ureal
Py ,J1 the time they work, write for particulars to
UALLBTT ft CO.. Portland.
Sl'i!L'(j BLOSSOM !
by PAUL G. SC1IU1I, CAIIiO, ILLS.:
Worth Its Weight In Gold
FACTS! J7A.CTS !
HENHY CLEMOXT, Almonte, O., says he was thoroughly disabled by Chronic
Rheumatism, that he used two bottles and is radically cured.
S. A. HEWETT, Monteray, Mich., says it works like a charm, und can't be beat for
Coughs, Colds, Rheumatism and Neuralgia.
J. W. MILLER, Columbus, O., says that a couple of doses cured his child of Dip
theria, after all oilier remedies had failed.
JOHN WAEKNER, 1173 Michigan street, Buffalo, ssys he has been troubled for
yeais w ith Rheumatism of the knee, but Eclectric Oil has cured him thoroughly.
O. E. C'oinstock, Caledonia, Minn., says: whilst suffering from mtlamatory Rhcnma
lisin one application gave instant relief, and two bottles cured him.
IS IT NOT WOUTIIY OF A TRIAL ?
liy nil Druggists.
Go to PAUL G. SCHUH, Druggist, Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Preen, mis' New National
Dyfs. For brightness and durability of color are uncqm.lli'd. Color frem 2 to 9
pounds, price ir cents.
a 0? -2
Cure Your IJackache.
Anall dlff aces of the Kidieys, (iladdcr
I'r nury Ori,-uio' by Hinting the
Inijiroved F.xcplsio.r Kidney-Piul
It is a MAIiYEL of HEALING aud UELIKF
Simple, Sensible, Direct, Pain
It r-irUKS when-nil else fails. A HKVKLA
TION and HCVULITU'S iu .Mcdieim. Ahsorp
tion or direct up lie tion. as opposed o tiu
satisfactory Iriternul tiled, eli,e. Send for our
treatise ou Kidney trouble., sent free. Si id by
dmtruists, or sent by mail, ou receipt of prlee j-j'
orailan THE ONLY LI XG I'A I) CO
Mine Kidney Pad DLIROII,
Ai-k for it and Miclli-ai),
take uootlier. "
Mnnnirers for Ihe Northwest.
Used and approved by the leading
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
The most Valuable
r- ... r- . ... -
131 nil la lu
R- Y t'i V mk fTiJP
CATARRH, HEMORRHOIDS. Etc. Also for
Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Croup
4Try thca. 3 and 60 cent sizes
BAM .Mi;.lL AT THE PHILADELPHIA l.POWITIOX.I ,
klLVLUt MEDAL AT TIIE PAUlts EXPOblTIOM. COLGATE &C0..N.Y.
Mendelssohn Piano Co.
Will make, for the next GO days only, n Grand Offer of
pianos a.:n:d oegans.
Sli.io Square (Irand Piano for only 5245.
STYI iE "iitill'K'etil Itosewood case, tleeiirtly flnlslitd. 8 strltesr 1-1 Oiiavis rull pateM
ciiMiiiiteiii'rntVes, ournea patent overstrung nciilc, hciiutitul cured let'Hat.d Ivrebiavy
serpentine nnd liiri e li,nry luuii'dlM; round case. Mill Iron Prnree, Pn tub l.rnnd Action, (.rsnl Untn
mers. In tact evert liupri.veim lit w bleh fun In my vav teiil to the pel it clloli of the it suun-nl Ins
been ;uldeii .
.f-Ditr prlre for this In. trnment boxed and delivered en hoard ihe cars at New York Qi)fi
tMih flue Piano ( over. Mool and Hf ok, only viM.vU.
I his J'lano will tie Hi nt on test tiful . I'leuse reml red teprr I vc n do Mil send n ot ' ' v lib ooii i. Cub
sunt with .rib r will be rei'miiled at d fri lebt rlinri-'i s i Mttl I v u l'olh r.s il I'lsro is rot Itt-t as iep
tesented ih tills advertisement. Thousand lu use. fret d lor t utali.f tie. l.veiy Instinnniit luiiy war
ratiteil fm-flee vtars.
DI V VliVJ ? n ,0 t '""(with Hlool, Cocr nnd Hook). All strictly Plrst-t loss onrl seM si W holo
1 L A 1 "'le To tnry pi lees 'I bese I lio-i.s tm.di one ol (he lleest disjiirys at the (eniiMilul
l' liil).tloti, nt'il wine tiiiiinlnioiislt u ii tin 1 1 iu d lor t l.r l'.kbrst llciitits. 'the
; qinires coiitiiln our .New Patent hcnlo the vrcaiesi Improvi n n t In the history ot I'latio tunklrir. I hu
t'litluhls ate I lie litiest I It America. Positively we make the fli est Platios, of (lie richest line slid prtat
i l diiiabi liy. 'I'hev nre ri ri ninietiried by the hls'hesl lensli al autbotltli s in tbc ctninlrv. ( ver U,u0
In use, and tint one dissatislleil purchaser. All I'meos ai d (npatis sent on 1' days test trial- fieliht
free If tiR.nl isfiietorv, lioti't laillowrlle us belore buvInK, I'usll Ive'.v we oiler tin' Best biiruiilbf , t lit
alonae mailed ftec. Iliniilsome Illustrated at.d Pescrlpihe Ctituli ree rl Is ) i (;i.s n niltti li t 3c (laitip.
Every l'luno fullv warranted lor M curs.
rn tiur "1 ailoi (iraiid .lubllee (Iruan," style !',.). is ll.f finest nnd rwt eteit tend Peed
UlniAlNn v"' ollereillhe musical pnhlle- It coiitiilns Vim- u laves, Plve sets liceils,
Tour of -J', Octaves each, ami one of three tatiives. Tblin en Mi s with Craud
Orfilti Pliipsol . .Meloilla. Ylola, 1 lute.Ce li ste. Dulcet, hi ho, Ve)oi:l hinle, ( e!i stlliii. loltliii, Mute
Piirle, 'JV' inolo, (iiiied tr,an and (iraiid-wcll. KneeMops 1 1 -1 k-1 . t 14 Itelis: lentth.D In; N liltk,
I iu; Welirlil, hox-eil, vm lb. The case Is of solid walnut, vetieeml with ebuleii woods, tnd Is elan
euilrely new ami hcutilllnl (li sieii elaborately carved, with iale. I pat tiels. music tloret, limp stifmls.
I'reln'ork, Kic , a'leletKiiily llnUhed Possesses tho latest and best improvcmctits. with emit power,
tlcpih. brlllliitiey slid stmpiiihi He quality el lone. Keantlful mlo i Heels aid pcrtcct nop action
Keu-iiliirre all price "nr wbole.ale net cash pilee to have It Intioiliiced, with stool nrrt book,
oaly fit" nsoi rt'iin sells others, Positively no deviation in price opnvii e.i n nii'n tl null von
have ml ly tested the urp. n !r vonri wtt home, We send sit orpins on IMIavs le.t trlnl at tl pay frcu-ht
boih ways If In-trunieiH Is not as repie-etited. Fullv warrant, d fur !S vears Other sn les- H stop or
pin only im II stop, h.: 14 stops, IPi, Ovr iw.ihii sold, and overv biysn has iilven the fullest sat
IslHetlon. Illii.tmted elreitlar mailed tree. Paetorv and wnrerootes, RTHi St. Slid loth Ave
NTIEpyi1 All IS! W, x,1 one-third pr're. Catiuot'iie of HU 0 choice pieces sent for ,Hc samp Tula
k li l.l j l i'Mioiv; ( ,iti,o!Mie Includes must of the popular mimic of the day and every variety
musical composition, hy the best authors, Address,
MENDELSSOHN PJAN0C0.. P.O. box 2058. New York City.
OAK TIMBER LANDS
8 000 to lO.eon acres nf uood White Oak Tie her
Lund siillHhlit Tor a Htavo Factory and Haw M II,
,nilovlnii ft 'lo inn men, Add e'ss, irlvlt'ir lull de
scription of timber, sol), title, distance front river
of railroad, price, unns, Ac.
VM. BROWN, SS1U OuKulb St., Bt. Louli.Mo.
. MSSS.M ,!,.,
PRICE 50 cents and 61.00.
Cures by ABSORPTION (Nature's way
A THROAT DISEASES.
ItDlilVES INTO the system curative aeuls
and bea!li c na'dicliies.
It 1)1 AVs KHiiM iherHreased parts the poisons
that cause deuth .
TIIOl'SANUSTESTll' YTO ITS MKlt'Ea
You can be Relieved and Cured
Hoti't despair until ton have tried this sensible,
l.'asih Applied and RADICALLY t K
V K C T U A L lienudy
Sio (I hy drtiL'ijists, or sent by n.ail on receipt of
price, , by
iiioma1sf aVd'our'TII K ONLY LUNG PAD C0.
"ok -Three DETROIT,
Millions a Yiax" m ;,.!,;,.
Managers for the Northwest,
w m Hhavci aavaw jiuinj
Vaseline such as
Vaseline Cold Cream,
vaseune Canptor lea.
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
an luptrlor t la; slauur sana
An agreeable form of tak
ing Vaseline internally.
o rvwT a hot
and Diphtheria, etc
of all onr goods,
,1k Outfit ami free loth
ll'i rT gnu" In lh tnosl pit
k I 1 business known,
dl r I Capital u.'t n-iinlie!
W everythleg fla d
n easily nisile wlUiotit
Oiitflt.ent free In those who wish to co-
pleasant aad proataiwe
u. Kvcrrlhiiis uew..
Hired. We lll furiiWi
day and upwards is y
ut stnliiif awsy from
mime ovur lilnht. No risk whsn-ver. wsoj new
u .tii.wi at num. Matir Biaklnu fort
unes a Mint business l.sdle make ss moch aa
men, ,nd miii nir boy. and ulrl" iae trreal pay. No
niiewno Iswlirinif H fM, ,' '
ineiirv every da than rat. be msde In a wsk at any
other innpli'n nient Those who en(in(te at one
will (Iris short mad to fortune. Address ),
IIALLKTT CO.. Portland Maine,
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