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TIIK J)AILy CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MOKMXQ, FEBllUAliV 13, issi.
TIIK DAILY BULLETIN.
W. C. AM) L. ASSOCIATION COLUMN'.
JrTIl lAI. I'AI'KU OP CITY AND COUNTY.
Edited In the Intereat of the Cairo I'ubllc Library,
We Mean Cured, .Nut Merely Kelievet
Ami Can I'ruvi) What we (,'ialm.
H5rTher.) am mi lailuren and no disappoint
mcnta. IT yni un? troubled wuh hle'K 1IKA1)
ACliK you can In- u h 1 1 y and illicitly cured, an
huinlrcdn hate l.ci 11 a 1 r n 1 . y ve rhuJ t im'O'H
to mall a nheet of li-stliuuiiiiun tu any lul. ri ft.-.J.
Carter's Little Liver fills
Also cure nil form or Itll 1 our-nr i. prcvi lit I'undlt
pat Ion ami J -im-i.i" a, promote 1Il" ntun. relieve
dulri'ra friim Iimi In ar'v imiiIiii;, correct Itlmnl'Tt
of the Slniiiiii li, Stimulate Un; Liver, iiml IWulaic
the Howela They do nil Una by taklin Jn-t one
lltlk' pill at n dim-. They arc piirniy v-;:.-tHtile. 00
not irtM or u n."'- and are nearly perfect un
It In mi.iii' (or a 1 . 1 : ) to In.. Price i'. -i ta, ! t i
f 1. hold liv Iritif.'i-" ewrvw here or M'lii liy mall
I'AiVlfcll MLDU INK t" . KICIK. I'A.
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM.
OF LYNN, MASS.
Mi iiVLIIKII .P
LYDIA E. PINK HAM'S
Th T'ol"v- fur"
For all Female Complaints.
Thli preparation, u l! na.D! nlifnlflm, oiruljU of
Vrgrtable l'rTti thai arc tiArn.l. uUi tmt del-p-atntaralel.
t'j.rx.n. trial tlx-111. nu of thi Com
l-.tind will ! r. ...eet.-l. mr'li. f In Imim.liat.. 1 and
w!in ltu In .s.utlii.K ,1. In uni. ty n.no ra. In a hun
dr4, imAMi.ti-jn.nt?i.ii.!.aMiiMRda ; t,.
tlfy. Onair.,ui,t of tt pnirrn mml-, It I, t.. r
muinli. and pis-arm .II y tin- lt pi. im. lain lu
It lll fnr rritlr. ly tl. wet f Tin i.f falling
of Hie uti-ni., J uc-rrli'i a, Im'ulir ajid ainfuj
Mf-ntrual:i.ii.ill(iTnrunTrnui.i 1, lnn.mi:di ..n aul
Clrermllun. FT-lliitr, all Ilii !. vuwiil. n. tt ran.
r.jtl4.nt ('lnaj w-akri.M, atnl In 'KvUy a U.trd t4
thr Cban i.f lof It ill dw-lrt and rfi'l tmnira
fro.n th uu-rmln an i-i.rly t.v' i.f d-'T. l'.;rtncnt. T.k
Undi-iiry rwi.-rnus liuiiK-rj lli.'n 1 . Im- k.-d tvry
tdlly ly lu um-.
In fart It hit t""v"' t" b tho BTt
ft ai.il l-t r.tmdy t'it diu pi.r l'. ti dl-oi r
rd It t-'miiaU'ii i-vrry rlii.n ijf tin- ny-t.-m. and pTlt
nw tlfrand ruf .r. It r.m... f tiiitmA'.ltaii.lptiry, de
tryalrrarui,f f.x rtiiijuliuit", and n ihn ui.vini
f tbf itorna.'h
eun lll tat'.ntf, ll-ailm hi-i, N. rv.'ua rr'-ttralion,
Ocntral I' lillny . Slit li wn.it, Ui'vi"ii and Indl
(ration. Tliat frvtlwcof l.ilnrf dnan, rau-Uilf ln,
wvitrlit awl ta.-karlii.lb.n)Mii)' . ni.am nt?y rund by
Iuum. It wtllat all tliiH s. uud uu.l. rr)l rir. unu.Un
rea, ai In hami'iiiy mtlit.'n l .w tint $ ivcrni th
I'or KklnryOiini.liOnii .f . i'h-r t tlij. t-..iutnund
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
prparH at in and !?. Wtt-rn Av.ini.' I.ynn. Maw.
I'nrvll'V. K.i 4..1lli.f .r V K in l.y mall In Hit
i'lrmof pllla. el.iitn thr f.niii i.f I'f n'., nn rw-rlpt
of prim, l.m, r h.t, f..r HIh r. SI?m. I'INKHaM
f m-ly anaweni all 1HI m of In-iuiry Svnd fur m
phUt Addm a. J-.rn .l.iifi..n th ;;;M-r.
No family ahuuldU. itli..ut I.VIdA 1'INh'IIAM'
UIl I'lIJA Tbry ci.rt. i'..r.-t kiii ii,, Hlli ju'us
audTorpidllr uf th. Urcr. 2:1 r. ntntitT Ujx.
KICHAKDSON CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wlioli..nIi. at'i-tila f..r l.VDIA K. i'lNKHAM'S
M Kl'l -' A L
M ( 11 As
Consuuiiitioii, Itnuieliilis. Astlinia, tien
crul Ddiilitv, lirain KxlimiMion,
Clirmiie, Cousl iiiatiou, Clironic
Diarilio'ii, lsypt'iia, or
LOSS OK NkUVOI S INlU KK,
Am pu'liivi'ly rnrni ly
Syrup of HyiMiilMisiliitc
Alli'lillnn Iiiih ln'1'ii called lo the fact Unit Iuhk
111 11c li ii Sn!t of ll.Viiiiluiililli' nri' liiori' ri'inlily
nliaiirlii'd liv tin' H 1-1 ii 1 . tliry iirv Ih IIit Iniltniti'd
un niixllliiHi'K Willi wlnt'li to Improve the Itliiml,
mill .'i.ii.rully ruin WiiHtltiL' l)iri.ici'n, limn nil nllicr
iri'iHriitiniiN from riiiinilniriiK. And hIiiii' I'Iuik
ilinriin vntiTH en Inrt'i ly I11I11II111 aninml i'i iiimhiiv,
It hi'ciniii.H par cxi'Hli'in'u tin' Iu kI vi lilr.li' wllli
which to Uh.oi lati' the nthcr vlluhziiii; Incri'illi lit"
nf licnltliy llliiii't, Nitvi'hiiiI Miiki Ii1, In Ki llnw'
Svrup of II vpiiilioiiiilli,i art' cninlilni'd nil llic
aiitiHiillirca fniitnl iicccimary to Itiniro ruliii'l In allli,
mid, wIhti'iim, It wna liivcnlcd Willi 11 view to aup
ply cvury di'llrlcncy, it cvriiiinly hn pcrforined
mime woiiiliTfnl enrca.
Do lint liu diTclvnl by rcmi'dlin liiannK 11
altnllnriiiinici 110 ullu'r iiri'iininllnu In u HliliHtiliiln
fnrtlili", linilef uny clrrnniMnni i'. I.nnk nut fur
tllll tmillH Mill IKIlircHK, ,1. 1. r'lil.l.OWN, Ht. ilnlltl,
N.H.. mi the yi'Hi'w wnipimr In water -murk, wlilcli
In fccii by luildliiK the papi r bclom '.lie lttit .
BOLD 1Y ALLlJltVddiHTH.
Art wnck tn vmir own town, $1 ontiu freo. Nn
m.rl"k Itcnilcr, ir yotl want, a InixlticHa Ml
V" which pcmoli" of cither act can imtko (iri'Bt
nav ll th tlm thev work, write for prllr.iilHr to
ll. 11ALLKTT A CO., I'orlliuid.
,M COMP0UND Syrup m$
mtitu: Kiillctin Hiillilinir, WuHhinRlon ATnnt)
Hu liHiu'lptln n Hiitoa;
Otllyolcllvcri il hy carrlcrn) per wucli 2S
11 mull (In advance) iiiiu yuitr 10 tju
S x moiithH 5 to
I nrnu iniiillia i Mi
Dim rnniiiu 1 uu
H mal) (In advauai) ne year $ ("0
H 1 monlha 1 Ofj
Taroii montlia M)
To clulja of tuu and over (per copy) 1 Ml
I'uHtBlii; lu all CUM!: prepaid.
A il v c r 1 1 h I ng KuttiHl
Klrat Inacrtlon, per iuiire $1 00
Niibaoquuiit liiMortloiiH, peraijuaru VI
Kur one mirk, per aquaru t (W
l''nr two wiiekn, per aijuare 4 50
Kor tllMU week 8 IK)
Fur one inimt.li 7 00
Kcli adillll iiihI wjuare 4 00
Kineral iiotlce 1 00
iJ iltuariea ami n-aolutioiif panned by o..ietle
ten uentc per Hue.
Ii.'athn ami marrlauea free
f rat Inaerliun, per anuare $ 1 00
li ibae(iient liiHi-rtlona 50
Blijlit linea of fuilld nonpareil conatltnte 1 uaru
Vpluyeil ailvertlnement will he charnad accord
ID.: i the npacu orriifilnd, at above ratea there be
ing twOvr linea of olld type to the Inch.
in -Mk. IhiiIi nn to rntea of charge! and manner of
u"piuyinn uicir lavnra,
Lociil notlcea twenty cent! per line for drat Inner
tlin; ten ceiitn per line for each aubneijuent Inner
' I i
Thl .iij.er may bp fonni on die at (ieo. P. Rowell
t Co.'a Newspaper Advertinlni.' llareau, (10 hprure
reel) whir(. ml vi-rtlni 111; contracU may be made
I r It In New York.
f'ommiirtiratiurjn upon nubjectn of general Inteient
lo the put, lie are nt all ttmen acceptable. Kejected
in iLiinrrtptn will nut be r'tnnied.
Letter ami ronimiinleatlonn nhould be addrenned
' f. A. II irnelt Cairo Illlnoia "
'I I H! II. T. D -xd r was due U.it oi'lit.
Tlic li. S. I'.liin fur Nashville will leave
Tin- 'iiiiiliii' Slur froia Cincirfriati should
report soiiiPtitiic to iliiy at this port.
Tin' riii- in tin; river yesterday up to one
"Viol k ji. 111. was fi feet and o indies.
At Orun I Tower and Cape Girardeau the
iru i.s running ln-avily and in lar'i? cakes.
Tlii; Tlioniiis Slierloi k tor New Orkunb
uiil he hen- to d:iv or early to morrow
At .Monon'uliel;, nearly $100,000 worth
"f pfopi i ty WW destroyed by icu on Thurs-d-.vTist.
Tin: Cons Millar and Golden City fur
Cincinnati an; over duo and if not detained
ly the Mississippi river ice, ehould li! here
The Ohio is rising rspidly from l'itts
In.r,' to Cairo, all the rivers in the bouth
w.t are on a regular hum. The Cumln r
U'l 1, Ti nnee, al);ish, Kentucky, and all
tie- dalan t' liu; rivers and creeks are
ri iiiLj rapidly. With the biy rise in the
upper M is-ii'ippi and Missouri rivers, we
r :dii t the hir'i st ri-e ever known, don't
In- sutpri-'d at our prediction Lecauso it i9
We ri-r.-t to nnnou.'ict: the serious if riot
'I;,ij'itii illness of Hilly IVil, nl this city,
.vim has ln-t'ii pilotini; from St. Louis to
N'.-w Orleans fur a number of years. Billy
i in old I 'ad in .ah boy, and as a pilot he
has no sup riur. He is now at Cairo :ob
fined with pin ufnoniaand his condition is
said to be i ither critical. We hope, hotv
i v -r, that he may soon recover and be able
to take th" helm aain. I'aducah Enter-ili-e.
The "rent uneasiness manifested in rc
sard to tin- break-up in the upper Missis
sippi and Missouri rivers has somewhat
ah.Ved, as the mot .serious part of the play
is over and but little damage as yet been
realiud. We are truly gliad of it tor our
steamboat 1'uys have had rouuh haudling.
Nuw, t!ml th river are all hllj.
Swift Ij tin' lie will pmnin by;
Anil in the myn i f a Southern nun,
Soon it course will have been run.
The above lines were composed before tbe
sudden chan:,'!! in the weather, for the con
solation of the river men. We make this
.statement so that its appropriateness may
be better understood.
A Daughter Keseued.
A Frankfort (, Ivy.) physician writes:
Some months ntro the daughter ot one of
our prominent citizens was pronounced a
hopeless consumptive. !ho was very much
leiluci d in tlesh; terrible couh, her life
UT.dually wasting away. I recommended
her to use "Dr. Swayne's Coiiipound Syrup
i f Wild Cherry," which she did. In a
f-hoit time she was lrce from all cou;li and
othir symptoms, and is now rosy and
healthy. Price '') cents and $1 it bottle or
0 bottles fi. Tile lar,'e size is the most
economical. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne
A: Son, Philadelphia. Sold by druii-ristH.
An occasional dose of "Swayne's Pills"
should be taken to keep the bowels free.
They are excellent for torpid liver mid bil
ious complaints. Sold by all the Cairo
A WONDKKia'L DLSCOVEUV.
Por the speedy cure of consumption nnd
all diseases that lead to it, such nsstubbom
couuhs, neolected colds, bronchitis, bay
fever, asthma, pain in thu side and chest,
dry hacking cotiu-h, tickling in the throat,
hoarseness, sore throat, and all clironic or
linncnnj; diseases of the throat and luns,
Dr. Kind's New Discovery has no equal
nnd lias established for itself a world-wide
reputation. Many binding physicians
recommend and use it in their practice.
The formula from which it is prepared is
highly recommended by all medical jour
nals. The clergy and the press have coin
pliinented it in tins most glowing terms,
(lo to your ilntguist and get n trial bottlo
free of cost, or a regular size for 1. Fur
sale by Geo. E. O'llara, Druggist, Cairo,
It. E. IIoixiK, Cambridge, Mich., says:
I havo been nlllicted with Asthma lor years,
un "Only Lung Pad" gnvc mo immcdiato
relief. I can recommend it as the greatest
remedy ever produced. SVo Adv.
.MEN, WOMEN AND HOOKS.
Tiik ladies of the Library association are
perfecting arrangements for tho Htuart
Kogers' entertainment, to bo given at the
utheneiitn, Friday, February 19th. To
judge from the emphatic commendation ot
the press, a rure treat may be expected to
all tho lovers of the diamatic ait. The
first part of tho entertainment will be de
voted to dramatic und dialect recitations.
Tho second part is made up from his won
derful character creations. "Where he has
once given an entertainment, the announce
ment of his name is all that is required to
secure a largo and aj-preciative audience.
Our people should bear in mind that there
will be no extra charge for reserved seats.
It is to be hoped that a large oudience will
greet Mr. Rogers in his novel arid ex
cellent entertainment, and also show
their appreciation of the efforts ot the asso
ciation. mhs. gray's "kouhteen mo.vj us in can
ton." The wife of Dr. Gray, arch deacon of
Hung Kong, lias very admirably supple
mented the work of her husband, "China, a
history of the Law, Manners and Customs
of the People." Her book takes the un
pretending form of a series of leters to her
family in England. Mrs. Gray accompanied
her husband to the scene of his labor when
he returned to China after a viiat to his
home. During her fourteen months' stay
Mrs. Gray was an indefatigable sight-seer
and explorer. The arch deacon accompa
nied her in most of her pereginatmns and,
as he is well versed in the1 Chinese language,
she was never in want ot an interpreter.
Tiik Arkansas house of representatives
recently elected Mis Finnic Ashley, of
Little Kock, enrolling and engrossing clerk.
Miss Ashley is an accomplished and agreea
ble young lady, well known to many in
this city, where she attended school fur
several years. We wih her success in her
new undertaking. The Arkansas repres
entatives arc gentlemen of excelleut judg
ment and taste. St. Louis Republican.
The Augustan Age is the golden age of a
K-op!es liturature so-called lrom Au
gustus, emperor of Rune, 22 15. C. to 1-1 A.
1). The Augustan Age of England was
the period of the reign of Qaeen Anne
1702 to 1714 ; France, that of Louis XIV,
liltii) to 1713; Germ my, the l'Jtli century.
Portugal, the reign of Dmi Alphonso Ilcn
rizues. IIf.KEFi.IKI) CATIIEI'H.U..
Hereford is un old town in thd west of
England, nearly on tl'e borders of Wales,
about lilty miles northward from Hri-stul.
It is claimed that the cathedral w is found
ed by King OtF.i in the ninth century. The
present erection, however, h is little to do
with that Inundation, except a.s to site, the
building now in Use being the third which
has stood ou the same spot, while 'some of
the ruins of one of the older remain adja
cent to it. The present building was be
gun in the eleventh century probably
about 107.). but was not finished until IS;).").
It is 1120 feet in length, with a central tow
er of the height of 100 feet the latter
feature being especially fine in its foliated
pinnacles at the corners and the turreted
coping between. There is a chapter-house
of good architectural character, and a
library of considerable western repute,
among the attractions of the latter being
a map of the world of the thirteenth centu
ry, and a copy ot the Bible as origin
ally completed by William Wielif. Every
three years a great musical festival is held
in the cathedral, and, lying so near the
Welsh border, the amount of musical taleut
gathered is usually very large and effective.
There is also connected with this cathedral
a "dole" of some singularity and much
benevolence no less than 4,'iG0 loaves be
ing distributed by thu dean and chapter.
AWtcmffb semi-millennial celebration
was held in the Academy of Music, New
York City, December 2d. Many distin
guished clergymen and prominent laymen
were present, and a refined aud intelligent
audience crowded the great academy. Tho
oration on "Wyclilfe," was delivered by
Dr. R. S. Stotrs, whose extended scholar
ship and broad culture is well known.
A HISTOKY OF THE NKWSI'.U'EIIS.
Newspapers were preceded in antiquity
by the Roman Acta Diurun, which were
daily, official, written repot ts ot public oc
currences, and, in modern Europe, by
periodical publications iu manscript. Of
the origin ot newspapers in England, Alex
ander Andrews says ("History of British
Journalism," London, 1 851)) : "First, wo
have tho written news letter furnished to
tho wealthy aristocracy; then, as tho craving
for information spread, tho ballad of news
sung or recited ; then the news pamphlet,
moro prosaically arranged ; then tho period
ical sheet of news; nnd, lastly, the newspa
pers." The first iegulnrserios of newspa-
pers hitherto discovered was entitled, "The
Weekly Newes from Italy, Germanic, etc."
(1622j. The tirst attempt at parliamentary
reporting was made in 1011; the first ad
vertisement was inserted as early as 10 H,
and the first paper exclusively devoted to
advertisements and shipping intelligence
appeared in 1057. The news given in tho
early papers treated chiefly of foreign af
fairs. Home topics were scarcely ever dis
cussed ; never, in fact, until afler the aboli
tion of the Star Chamber in 1011.
The number of newspapers in tho world,
according to an approximate calculation by
French, a journal, is: America, 2,121);
England, 2,509; France, 2,000; Italy, 1,220:
Austria, 1,200: Russia, MO; Asia, ll:7;
A rSEKI'I, FAMILY MAXIM.
It is related of a great and wealthy ori
ental ruler that he asked a reverend sage
to give him a saying which should temper
and restrain his spirit in times ot prosperity
and joyfuhiess. and also encourage it in
time of disaster and sorrow. To fulfill
these two-fold and opposite requirements
would seem to be no light task ; but the
ruler dec.lated himself sitisiied when he
received from the wise man the sentence,
"Even this shall pass away;" and it is re
lated that he ever after wore upon his lin
ger a ring upon which these words wen:
The Temple of Eiihesus, considered the
most magnificent structure in the world,
was burned down by Erostiatus. This
temple was 423 feet long, and 200 feet
broad. The roof was supported by 127
columns 00 feet high, many of which were
beautifully carved ; the whole placed there
by so many kings. It soon rose from its
ruins with increased splendor and magnifi
AN INTERESTING LETTER,
IT LINOS OK A (lUVTKKfl. IIEALT AND OIVI.S
Ho.MjIt Will. UK Jlu.VUl IS DIE.
Mr. S. W. Capps, i f S.ott.-ville, M icoupin
county, III., writes, umlir date of Auj. ;o,
lbO, to Dr. Swayne Son: "I sent to
vou for three boxes 'Ail-heali'' Ointment,'
havinir had the Itching Piles for about
twenty-three eais. ainl have bet ll treated
for them by eleven dill'i ient dociois, and
have paid out at least five hundred dol
larsyes, I would be safe iu sating one
thousand dollars but never was cured of
. i . . ; . i ! . . ... i i i ,
uiai ucning which annoveti me almost to
death. A'iieii I became warm, particularly
at night, the itching would bcuiu. and the
only relief was to bathe 111 Cold water,
son-dimes as often as six or seven times in
one night. I concluded tn tr.v your Oint
ment, and have used two boxes, and the
rc-iilt is a perfect cure, and I will say that
it is the best Ointment in the world, a ml
will recommend it to one and all as such.
Swavne's Ointment is sold bv nil druggists.
Oh My Hack!!!
Jacob L'vckmari, 274 Clinton Street,
Buffalo, N. Y.. says he h is been using Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil for Rheumatism; he
had such a lame back he could not do any
thing, but one bottle has, to use his own
expression "cured him up," he thinks it
the best thing in the market. Paul G,
Value of a Dollar.
You never know the value of a dollar
until you try to borrow one, and you never
know the trne value of Spring Blossom until
you're doubled up with Bilious Colic, In
digestion or Constipation, and you try it.
Price 50 cents, trial b ittles 10 cents.
We auk strongly disposed to regard that
person as the best physician who does
most to alleviate human suffering. Judged
front this standard, Mrs. Lvdia E. Pink-
ham, 2:111 Western avenue, Lynn, Mass., is
entitled to the front rank, for her Vegeta
ble Compound is daily working wonderful
cures in female diseases. Send for circular
to the above address.
liu that is surety for a stranger, shall
smart for it, But he that trusteth in Spiing
Blossom tor curing Liver, kidney, and com
plaints of like tendency, shall never lie dis
appointed. Price Til) cents, trial bottles 10
C'ahtkk's Little Liver Pills never fails .o
cure sick headache, often the very Hist dose.
This is what is said by all who try them.
Leavluit Culro ovury day, except Sunday, n follow"
ON TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
ON WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
SSU II. T. DEXTEU.
ON THURSDAY AND MONDAY.
.JyVM KH llKUH Punneiiger. and ticket
aVcut. 'l'lee corner Nixlh and Ohio Leveti. .Tick
ets avid to all points Kant by river und rail.
rJl i t 1 1 v
he I eel ric
AVoifTii Its Weioht J. Gold
FACTS ! FACTS!
HENRY CLEMONT, Almonte, O., says he was thoroughly disabled bv Clironic
Rlictiniatisin. that he u-ed two bottles and i, radically cured
tiicri llZltti r;Si;s)!:i:hat a cn,",,y of ,Uva c,,ml t,,iM of r)i-
JOHN' WAI'IiNLl!. 117:1 Michieanstiec t, Buffalo, Ms he has be. n troubled f,
y. ars with Rlieuiiia.isin of the knee, but Eclectric OH has'cu.ed bin. thoromdilv
o. ,,ii,st,,(.k,( aleiloma. Minn., says: whilst suffering from inllamatorv jilieuma.
tl.-m one application gave instant relief, and two bottles cured him.
IS IT NOT WOUT1IY OF A Till Ah ?
Soltl by all Iniygists. UilrE SO cents aid $1,00.
DvJ:"r ' ''y-V:' 111 l JP1' 1 I''"-. fr Mrs. rWni.ins' New National
IMes l-or briL'htiMss and durability of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
pounds, price' lu cents.
CuiiE Yoi'lJ P)ACIvAClIE.
And all illneani !. i,f t,e Klilnevn, Kladder and
I'niiary I'raii by wearuiK thu
Iinproved Kxccl.sior Kidney-Pad
It J a MAliVEL of HEALING and KELIEK
Similo, Sensible, Direct, riiin
It(-T-If-:- v.L,.r...:' .K-f-eA. A KLVKLA
IH'N and i:t.LCTi'N in .Nmiiiine. Ahni.rp
ii' ri or ilir. i-i ap,..:.iiiot;. i, , pont-d o nn-mtisfn.-tory
li.ten.:.: n.eilu-ii.e. Sent! for our
trei.!-.e on Kidiu v iioiiblfi., see' free. So.d h
ilne.-ji---. 'ir sn.t li n ml, on ri ceipt of prl'-f, -J
urtri. ll nnd i' a '-' I' I I.I .' I All I V
.M,eKi.:,,. , j-,,.. DETROIT.
lor ll una 1
ere for the NorthweM .
Used and approved tSy the leading
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
The most Valuable
Farm v Remnrlt;
known. f II
S0EES. CTJTS. CHILELAIVS
Conens, Colds, Sore Tnroat, Cronp
iTry them, 25 and 50 cent sizes of
CBAMJ.MI.D LI. tTTllK Pllil inyiiMiit
MLVXJl TltU tL AT TUt PAUIJ lAPUNITlOJV. COLGATE & CO., N.Y.
1 1 1 1 1
Will make, for the next 00 ilaysoniy, a Grand Offer of
PIA.KOS AKD OI1GANS.
811 o0 Stpiari' Cniiid l'iaiio for only
STYLE l llosewnoilcse. elen.Mly tlnlrheil. II MrlliL7 l-'l (H I uvea full patent
, , . ''i niitcuiriil .'j., our new puieni otvrM.i.ny Kale, hcutilnl caned leea ai d Ivre heavy
, . 1 ,. '"'"'v (llh f"1""1 ',""'' "'H If-'" I ",n,e, French (.rand A.-tien. (.mini llanl.
he. -li'iidluMl ' n '""1,r"Vl"""t w!,l,h ''" 1,1 V bill to ll.e lerleclloli.d lhell.nltnnientl'i'i
S ITT,' MIP. .Vr,Ct" r'"" tiiKtriinit rir I.xt-1 Hii tU-:i r l ott liontcj tin- cam at New York ClO i Ml
Wllh line l'limo Cover. Stool and H.ok.olilv usiu.iw n-ra fV.J-)
I Inn I'liino wi.l lie sent cm lent Irial I'h'n, hmI n fereme (i m.ii ilein h-ioI nimev whhonler. Ciifh
, . i 'ii J V rl M".ii. ii "'id ircifM ( iinii;e.
....r ..,. ,,,r, in i iniuriiiiiih in uri; .
1M iVJ " i llh Stttl. (iivcr ai.it Itnf.L). All nlrlclly 1-lr-t -cIiiph nnd nelil m V hole
lillfil Hale laeiory pileea Then- I'liilum niMleel.i-ol Ihe III.. H ilifpliit hi Ihe (t iiUmiIiiI
Kxliliiiliiin, ami weio niianinieiish ruenuiieiiilul lor Ihe Iliehint llm.iira. 'I hu
Siiiiiren conlnlii our New I'lii.-nt Sealn. tin- creiilest impreM nu UI In the hlclory of Piano makiliL' The
I prlL'htB are Ihe linesl In Anierh a, I'oniliM ly we niahe the 111 ent I'Ihiii., of the rlchent lejie iij ureal
est diitabi'iiy. 'I hey are reei niineinieil by the blf henl inimical aiithnrillcs in Ihe cuiinti.v. I ver I4.n0
In Use, anil mil one iii."nli-ileil puri haner. All I' :iun. nml Oieniin mm mi L' i!ii lift Irlal-frel'eht
free If nns'iiihliielon. Oon't lail lo write lis In Ion- lui vipl'. l esilivelj we idb r ihe nenl iuirL-Hiiin. I at
aliiijilv niai led free, lliinilsoiei! llliiHlraled and I'l nenpi ie I ntnli i ne 1 1 IS pryt n Ii ihIui Icr !k nlanili
livery I'iano fully warriililed fi.r .'. yearn. '
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T(J our "Parlor (.rami Jubilee iri.'nn."nt)lf:is. m tin- lleent and nwi e'el ti ri d ltecd
IiUAAO ''Wi'eerolleredtheiaasic.il public It contiilnf hive (iclaven. Five nela Heeiln.
lour or Octave each, nnd one ef lime Oilavcn, Thillcm Stern Willi (Oaml
:ilii--I)iapiiiin, Meloiiin, Yli-ln. Hnte.Celenle. Imleet, Fclio, Me'eiliti.I'niie. CeleMlrn Yli.linn Vt,t..
7.'": w"!"!". V"!'"1! ' r"iV '' .j"""""'""-'""- Kni-estopn ll- lelit 71 Im hen: l ennl,,,: 1n;' tltk,
In elcht. lioM'd, :.ll III. 'I he case h o no i w n nil . n n, , i, ,1 nl, . u ' V' J
....... . .Mn, ,, , ,,,,,,,, ,, vniy u, vim run-en piiiu. em, leunlc c ent, i.nip stand
Irelworli, K C.alleleeantly lln.hhed ..nnennes Ihe Int. nl and bent Improvements, wllh en it Howe
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ili'I'lh.hrllllMt.ey anil nvnipuilieiic omillty of tone, Peaulilnl nolo uheln aid p'e,i,,t Hop act on
Iteyu ,ir re-ail price f-.'K'.. Mir wholenale eel cimh price h, have tMreduced. win m, o ,b,.l I . S
till I v $''T - a inn' email sell .ilh
r. i-oitively no
inimical coinponiilon, by the bent author,
h,h way; If Inn.runieni in ,,i aaVep.enied. V' WXZtX
tun only CM stop.. s',; l i pn, .stir,. Ovs-r IW.mH- nol.l, and every Orean has itveti tl u fulloVt .it-
SHEET MUSH !' '"''"'f;1 I'rlce. CalaiOL-m. of HiMl choice pi, rea nent ft.r Sc a'amp. Till
" i ' J' ' ( ala oe lie ine luten miinr of i ,.. i,,..,.,i., .i.,'..r .1 .1 .',
linve I'llllv t,.ti'd lln nrii.iii 1i vit.
OAK TLUKKR LANDS
!)imntolii.io.iacreaiir uiind White Oak Timber
Land niillnhlu for n Stavt! Fai torv and Saw M il,
emphHliiK.Milii ten men. Adibcn, ulvina lull de
ncripllMi of timber, noil, title, dliiinco from river
or railroad, price, ternin. ,te.
WM, HHDWN.tjlii DeKalb Ml., Ht. Louln.Mo.
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Chits by ABSORPTION (Xainre'a way
1 lLUN(r DISEASES,
j J T11K()AT DISEASES.
Il lHtlYLS INTO the ayrtcm enralivi- Kueiita
and hen ll i l' ir.edicn.i n.
It I'UAV s, - I cM the t'lnraneritaite tliepoUon!
Hint nil!" lie ii i i
'1 ll L'SAN Ds Th.S'l l r Y TO ITS YIH'I t'Ks
Jii.n't i'er air in 111 i,u have tried tliln nenh,;,.
Kusllv Applied rmI lu ll I t A L I. Y E F
K K C T I A L Leu edv
so i. Iy ilriii it-.-, ,ir sent hy imiI'i on receipt of
price. J.IR-, by '
j nini''el!'?,n,i''."iilrTllK()NLV I. TNG PA I) C().
,.,;:.'f , ";Rr'.': Detroit,
I t-eni liee. .ilH lllglltl.
I Milliliters for ihe Nnrthwcnt.
Lii M J Ji3ii..Toiw
ATucic! from pur
ViBolino !m b u
Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camtbcr Ice,
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
art aupa rlor lo id; tiailar asaaa
An a?reeable form of tak
ing Vaseline internally.
Etc. Also for
and DiDhtheria. ete
all oar goodi,
t-iPttTi, I 0 A BUS-.
mil In u l.nili wnja If I'timo In Mil Jiut an rep-
r-fliU lur I I.IIIH'p
pile. Lveiy i ti t-1 1 1. ii i iii t liillywur-
, : v "".""...'I'll "n
Uevlaileti lu price NopawreH i..in.,l tn ill )ul,'
P.O. box 205ft, New York City.
Outfit nent free to mono who
1 i 1 itaitn In the nioal pleasant ai
llhiialiienit known, "ri'ryi
I 1 f 'a.ita! nut reiitiln-d Wo
fl evervthlnf. Jiea dayand up
Outfit nent free to mono who wlnh to
mania la vet
Tt (.anllvnia.TewlihiMil aiaylnc away lrom
home over lilhl. No rink naiever. any new
.1 .1 .i .,n. Manv arn nialdliir fort
une tuchiinlncn. Ladle mnka m murt u
men, tuu voiimr i'i'." "Iln lri; e. -
line wnii in will
icr em I
llinr to work falla to make mora
.nicy tivery dav flun can bu inadeln awuek l any
herempbivnient. 'I hone -w ho ini((aif at ours
ill find nhnrt read to fortune. Addraa 11.
IIALLK'IT CO., Portland Maine.
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