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H1K DAILY CAIRO HULLKT1N; SUNDAY MOKSINft, FKH1.UAUY in, issi.
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OrTICIAI, J'AI'Kit OKCITVANO C'OfNTi
Edited In tho IntereK of the Cairo Public Library,
A. J Arlll!! Ill I I I'l I 1. ...... hi iiuiiiyi.iiit.t IUliLJl.1. I
1 1 a i lit i i i . u ' i i fv i n . i . A i ii i, a vsirii 'i a tiiiv rnr ruv
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We Mean Cured, Not Merely fielievet
And Call I'runi What e Claim.
t "yTlii;rn am no I win re. uri'l no dlsupiolut'
Inciita If you hii! trou li!rrt vT it h Sic Kll K A 1)
ACIIK you tun lie ea.,y and qui, k ly cured, a
hiimlredw have l.t-eu already. Wu rlmll hi- plcaeed
to Inati a ehect f teetliiiuinnie In any inline. cd.
Carter's Little Liver Pill
Alan rure alt rorina or Hi i lollNtif.e nr.. vent I 'lifi.l1
Pi loii ami IiyHpt-pma, promote lilivmioii, relit v
(l'i!ri from toolo-arty eallni;, correct Disorder,
of Hi.' Stmiiiti-li, Sit rnufalt; the Liver, mill Itif'Jlalc
tin- llottcla. 'n.y t jn ,y uuiiiu jul one
littlti pill at a (liMit. T!i.-y ur pur-ir rcifctal.le, do
I'rtpe or purife. ana arc. n nearly pern el n.
It In poiMi. lor a plil to In-. price i, ti te. ! f'.l
$i. Sold ty dfiikVi"!" i'i rvlM-ri- or ernt l y mail
( AltTKll .MtDU lSl'. i n . EJtlK. i'A
MRS. LYDIA E. PiNKHAM:
OF LYNN, MASS.
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I'M i;i;tn fif
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
TV Po-llivp f'ir
For all Female Complaints.
Thtaprrrllon. u it nan tfriift.'a, coruttoa (.f
Vegetable l"ruirii.t thai are Larml.-m to the ru. del
kale InraiM. 1 . on.. Irul IV- n.. rim of thla Com
pouM will l r.-, 'vain!, mr.'.i, f Ii lmnielnu j and
when Iti uacU n.ininti'd. tn iun ty nine rtM-t in aliun.
drtltaprniw:'lil(i;n t'ITIil,:ijth'i.ijiri.li p.,.
tify. On an-ouiit ..fli .r..u mnts Ii !..I) r
eonimen.l and j r.-ni 1 ty Viv ! it pl.vuuun In
It will rure ratlr.-ly t!i" wort f..n r.f fJlln
of the uti-rai, Uiircrfhia. Irn-trular ai.4 :nful
Mritnutl'4i,al)TarianTr.mbl. . liifliur.iiu.il and
VWraiion, rkolitiKi, all l" ii i.U aad 0 cou
wjuentapinal wi'akui'M.atulla lally aiUptnl o
the Clianira uf Utn. It will .laulve and i--l luuiorw
froin the uu-ruvltian t-arly rt v."" t d-Tt Jim.nt. Tt.a
Undrnry ti rui.r.iUH huui'.r tht-ni U th.iti Ttry
iwedlly hy lu ue.
In fait It liu .r...-l ., I th rreat
an.! lt remtdy tl.ti ,a e.r ln ilurt.n r
d It .nuaUneiiry p rti .ii of tin. irj .K m, i1ifrt
ntw life and ijf-r. It n'lii'n i f .mtii.-j..riat; ;Irwy, da
It royaJlTartiig f ,r .iu Jn(. aii-l r. Urm vi tkwm
of the Huma n
cilfvi 111 Altnif, l. a.la h. , S. riMK Pr Hrfratlon,
Uenrral Ublllly. Kl.-e) kwiKs, In,,.,,.,u .j, n,u
grttlvu. Tliat f.dln, uf Uarliiif d.'Kii, rauntt ln,
wetybt and Larkarl.', ii. 1v.u)m j numn uV.j cured hy
lu uae. It wtllat all tliif .-. i.i.d un.l. rail . m uimtaa
ca, art In kanaouy withtl.e 1m l:ut K .vonii U.e
For Kldnt7LV.itiplaltu ..f i ill., r hi tlil r.npotiwl
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
! prrparl at CO and Ml tVwirn Av. n. f.ynn. Ma.
l'rcl J. Bn ttl-e f -r .-.. Snt l,y mail In the
furra of ptlU. aWi In ti funn ft i u, on nveij
of prlc, per I . for cillier Mr. I'l.SKH.lM
freely amwint all Irtt. r of liriulrr S n.l f .r (am
pLltH. Ad'lniW ae al-v.. .V- .il m m fA. Jkj;-r.
Su family uliould Ire wiilii.i.t l.Vld.V K. I'INKilAM'
UNTI'.ni.IA Tlwy runt i'..n-tltl n, :u..mii.
aodTuriiid:ty of the Ijvrr. t'. r. ntj per ovi.
UICIIAltDSOX A CO., St. Louis Mo.
Whoii..ii a.-ulr. for l.YDIA K. l'l.NKIIAM'S
WASTING DISK ASKS
Sl ( II AS
Coiisuiniition, lironcliitis, Astlimu, lien.
eral Debility, lrain Kxliausti
Chronic Const ijmt inn, Clironie
Diiirrlnea, Dsj iiepsiii, or
L()SS OF NllKVOt'S INiWKK,
Arc poeltively t tircil liy
Syrup of llyimiiliosiiliitt'si
Attention Im" 1'i'ii called to t ho find thul I mi
ninth Hit Sirtf of llvimplioi'pliltcH uro inori' r.ml i 1 v
fl alicurlii'il liv tin' K.vi-lc iii. tlioy nrr lictirr Imlli'iilrd
an Mimlliini'K lllilin li in linproNo the ll'mul,
and ifeneriilly clue WitMt llitf r . hi lii-i'e . limn nil other
irepHratloiiH from l'lmi'iihoriiH. And fince 1'lion
pliorilH enli TK ho lit! i;i ly into the miliniil eruiiotny,
ft heeiinien pur exrellelicu ie beet velilele Willi
wlilcn to n-oi lute tlm iiilu r vltuli.tn lnr-t lt-nt r
of lieiilthv llluo l, Nerve anil Xlmo le, In Kellow.'
Syrup of II vpnphonplilti.it lire ronihliieil all the
m'lbHIIincee Icililid liel ennary tct IIMlre rolillxl lienllh,
and, wliereim, It wiih Invented with a view lo mtp
ply every delli'lein v, U rurtitltily Iiiih perlortneit
mime, wonderful i urex.
lln not bu ilecelveil by remedies benrihif n
Hlmllnr inline; no other prepuruiloti In a Hiilmtitute
for till", under any rlminiHinnrcn, Look out for
tho liiimo and nddreen, J. 1. KKI I.IJWS, SI. John,
Ti. 1).. on the yellow wrapper In wuter iii'itk. which
It ieeli hy holding the Imper before the llht.
SOU) BY ALL DUt'diils'i'S,
A1 wek In vnttr own town, $! outfit fre0. No
Viillrlrk. Hiiiiilur, If yotl want a bltnlnuaa at
fflvFUhich purxonn of eltluT ex can iniikn Kreut
n.v all th time they work, wrllti for tmrtlciiUra to
Jl UALLBTT ACU..l'orllaud.
Bjl COMPOUND SYRUP IpA
Oihie: Hull. tln Buililini;, WuHtilneUm Avt-non
j)tily (duilvmd hy carnura) pur wuuk. ,.
H mall (In advauccj oim yuar
Throw inontliip'. '. ',
:1 z mniiiliM
U mull liu advance) one year 3 00
Hit luonlha 1 On
Tnrtio mriotliM ...
Toclub of ten and overlpur copy)..!,'"!,'."! 1 10
l'OMtitiif.- In all caaeu prepaid.
Klrnt lni!rllon, per (uam 1 1 Of)
HuliaeqUKiitlnaurtlouB, i:r(jHare 50
Kor onu wuek, per iiuitr S 00
rr two wet-KH, pirr muaru 4 50
Kor tliruu uiiiiltM a m
I'jronti moiiih "..!..'. !!! 7 (Ml
J'ir.h addlti mul e.pinru .....'!!!!!!!!!!! 4 00
r Ineral notire J (x,
Dliltuariea and reKolutionu paned br'.uVlti
tell rem., t... I ...
. " (" I IIIIU.
iioattm and inarriak'eit freu
K.ret liimrnon, per nqtiare !.,., 1100
S'ib.Miierit inmirtlorn ui
t Ki iini aof nolld nonpare.il conatltaUa aiiuaiii
ll rived adverltHetru'ri, u-IM l.u f,mw,.M ..mA
Qt7 L " lie enure ... k. ....... v..
"jt twlvt. Iim-e of aulid type to the luck.
1. Kumr aovenieera wo otier aupenor induce-
IH 'lil i.ulh I,. rl... ,., .,. J . .
,, , " wi uom:e BIIU UiBllUVr Ul
d itplaylni; their favorn.
Local uotlnca twenty centa per line for drnt Inaer
t J ; ten cent,. per fur catj ub.e(iui'nt Inser-
Tilte t.hiM-r riiftv lu, ImuJ . aiA 1 n u. ..-..m
... .JJ -j i-v .-..in., mi mr Ki .in,, i , nuweii
n. r. iewpai.i:r Advi;rtlini! Hareau.flO Sprure
re.'! I win re ii(v..eil.u. i .. .. j
. i. . "'"a '-oiiiii.i in.; uc mmiv
I r It lii New York.
tri thti liillilir are hf i.fl i1n..M .I........V.I.. Hi . i
IOIIirnUnirAMroiH nnnn oV.li.e, r.f n..nu..l u....i
in it.n.crlpie will not he retunied.
Kcuereuiin ' omniuniraiioin ahould be addreaaed
. .i. iiurneit i atro Illlnoia
Ill V Ell NEWS.
'Hie II. T. )-.xU r wits line laat nb'Ut.
TUn I!. S. Hln i rr Nnslivillc will leave
Tin' 'iiii.i!i star from Cincinnati bhoulJ
t -port wiiiictitiK; to-day at this port.
'lln' iic in t!n.; river ycterdtiy up to one
ii i:i)f'k II. III. WHS Ii feet ru 'A iriz-lifu
At (Jrm 1 Tower and Cupe (Jiranleau the
ics i running lienvily und in Urgo. cukes.
Tin: Tliomas Sherlock tor New Orleans
Mil lie hen- to Miiv or early to-morrow
At Moiiotii;;ihi :t neatly $100,000 wortli
t' property was destroyed by ice on Thtirs-
The Cons Millar and Golden City lor
Cincinnati nre over duo and if not detained
liy the Mississippi river ice, shouhl c here.
The 01,io is rising rapidly from 1'itts
oi.rn to ( tiro, all the rivers in the snuth
w. ct are on a regular Lum. The CutnUer
larid. Ti nni sse, n'alei.sli, Kentucky, and all
tin; halauce of the river's and creek are
ri-iii' rapplly. With the bi rise in the
nppi r M.ssi,.ippi und Missouri rivers we
prii'ict the largest riii ever known, don't
Im- Mirpris.-il at our prediction because it is
: ttc ptohal.h'.
We regret to tuitiouure the serious if rt'it
dan,'-,,,.i, it r i . . ,,f liiily ivil, ( this citv,
.v'io has been piloting from St. Louis to
New I irli iitis for a number of years. Hilly
is v !! I'.iiueah I my, and as a pilot he
i it. . , . .
nm no sU,,. 1 1 e is now at lain) ;hb-
lined with pin unnuiiaitnil his condition is
aid to be rather critical. We hope, how
ev -r, that he may soon recover and be able
to take the In itii a:,' iiti. - Ri lucah Kuter
The u'teat uneasiness manifested in re
gard to the break-up in the upper Missis
sippi and Missouri rivers has somewhat
aliav.l, the n)o,t serious part of the play
is ovei a:el but little ilainaiu as yet been
realized. We are truly y!ad of it tor our
steamlioat boys have had rntis;li handling.
Now. Hint the river are all hle,h.
Swiftly the in; will ni. im by;
And In the raya i f a Sonthern un,
soon Itn courne w 111 have been run.
The above lines c:e couipusud before the
sudden change in the weather, for tho con
solation of the river men. We make this
statement so that its appropriateness may
be better understood.
A Huiisditcr Ilcsjcut'd.
A Frankfort (Ky.) physician write:
Soiiii.' months ai.'o the daughter ot one of
our prominent citizens was pronounced a
hopeless consumptive. She was very much
leduced in (lesh; terrible cough, her life
gr.uiually wasting away. I recommended
her to list; "Dr. Swayne's Compound Syrup
i f Wild Cherry," which she did. In a
short time she was tree from all couli and
nthtr symptoms, and is now rosy and
healthy. Price '! cents and 1 a bottle or
(1 bottles $."i. The largo size is tho most
( conoiniciil. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne
it Son, Philadelphia. Sold by druggists.
An occasional dose of "Swayne's Pills"
sin mid bu taken to keep the bowels free.
They are excellent for torpid liver and bil
ious complaints. Sold by all the Cairo
A WONDKIM'TL DISCOVKIiy.
For the speedy runt of consumption and
nil diseases that lead to It, such no stubborn
coughs, neglected cold, bronchitis-, bay
lever, asthma, pain in the side and chest
dry bucking cough, tickling in tho throat!
hoaisein ss, soro throat, and all chronic or
lingering diseases of tho throat nm lungs
Dr. King's New Discovery has no equal
und has established for itself a world-wide
reputation. Many leading 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 tho press have com
plimented it In the most glowing terms.
Go to your druggist ami get a trial bottle
lYco of cost, or n regular size for . For
sale by Geo, K. O'Harn, Druggist, Cairo,
It. K. IIoimik, Cambridge, Mich., Bays:
I have been alllictcd with Asthnmjor years,
an "Only Luny Pad" gave mo immediate
relief. I can recommend it as tho greatest
remedy ever produced. Sec Adv.
MEN, WOMKN AND liOOKS.
Tun ladies of theLibrary association are
perfecting arrangements for the Stuart
Hogeru' entertainment, to bo given at the
atheneura, Fridivy, February IHlh. To
judge from the emphatic commendation of
the press, a rare treat may be expected to
ail tho lovers of the dramatic art. The
first part of the entertainment will bode
voted to dramatic and dialect recitatinus.
The second part is made up from bis won
uerful character creations. Where bo lias
ouee given an entertainment, tho announce
uient of his name is all that is required to
secure a largo and appreciative 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 audience will
greet Mr. Rogers in his novel and ex
cellent entertainment, und also hhow
their appreciation of the efforts ot the asso
MRS. orav'h "kocutkks MONTHS IN CAN
The wife of Dr. Gray, urch deacon of
Hong Kong, has 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
be returned to China aficr a viiat to his
home. During Ler fourteen months' stay
Mrs. Gray was an indefatigable sight-seer
ami explorer. The arch deacon accompa
nied her in most of.her pereginations and,
as he is well versed in the Chinese language,
she was never in want ot an interpreter.
The Arkansas house of representatives
recently elected Miss Fannie Ashley, of
Little Itock, enrolling and engrossing clerk.
Mis.s Ashley is an accomplished and agreea
ble young lady, well known to many in
this city, where she attended school for
several years. We wi.h her success in her
new undertaking. The Arkausas repres
entatives are gentlemen of excellent judg
ment and taste. St. Louis Republican.
The Augustan Age is the golden ago of a
people's liturature so-called from Au-
ustu?, emperor of It .me, 2'i B.C. to 14 A.
D. The Augustan Ago of England was
the period of the reign of Qien Aum
170, to 171-1 ; France, tint ot Louis XIV,
1CG0 to 1713; Germviy, tho l'Jtli century;
Portugal, the reign of Don Alphoiiso Ileii-
Hereford is an old town in iIk- west of
England, nearly on the borders of Wales,
about titty miles northward from Brist
It is claimed that the cathedral was found
ed by King Oll'.i in the ninth century. The
present erection, however, Ins little to do
with that Inundation, except as to .site, tin
building now in Use hitig tho third which
has stood on the same spot, while some id
the ruins of one of the older remain adja
cent to it. The present building was be
gun in tho eleventh century probably
about 1073. but was not finished until 15.'j3,
It is Ik'Q fett in length, with a central tow-
erofthe 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 chuptcr-bouse
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, ami a copy t tho Rible as origin
ally completed by William Wiclif. Every
three years a great musical festival is held
in the cathedral, and, lying so near the
Welsh border, the amount of musical talent
gathered is usually very large and effective.
There is also connected with this cathedral
n "dole" of some singularity and much
benevolence no less than 4,300 loaves be
ing distributed by tho dean and chapter.
A Wvci.ifkk semi-miUeiinial celebration
was held in tho Academy of Music, New
York City, December 2d. Many distin
guished clergymen and prominent laymen
were present, and a refined and intelligent
audience crowded the great academy. The
oration on "WyclilTc," 'was delivered by
Dr. R. S. Stoirs, whose extended scholar
ship nnd broad culture is -well known.
A HISTOKY OK T11K NKWSI'Al'KllS.
Newspapers were preceded in antiquity
by the Roman Acta Diumn, which were
daily, official, written repot ts ot public oc
currences, und, in modern Europe, by
periodical publications in manscript. Of
the origin ot newspaper in England, Alex
ander Andrews days ("History of British
Joiirualiam," London, 1830): "First, wc
have tho written news letter furnished to
tho wealthy aristocracy ; then, ns the craving
for information opread, tho ballad of news
sung or recited ; then tho news pamphlet,
morn prosaically arranged; then the period
ical sheet of news; nnd, UHtly, the newspn
pew." Tho first regular aeries of newspn-
Cm , , ' ' tt ! ! . .
" " '"Mill ,, ., aaa.a a....,
pers hitherto discovered was entitled, "The
Weekly Newes from Italy, Germanie, etc."
(Hlv'2). The first uttcnjpt at parliamentary
reporting was made in 1041; the first ad
vertisement was inserted as early as 1C4S,
and the first paper exclusively devoted to
advertisements and shipping intelligence
appeared in 1 0.17. The news given in the
early papers treated chiefly of forei-'ti af
fairs. Home topics were scarcely ever dis
cussed; never, in fact, uutil after tho aboli
tion of the Star Chamber in 1041.
The number of newspapers in the world,
according to an approximate calculation by
French, a journal, is: America, 2,12tt;
England, 2,309; France, 2,000; Italy, 1,220:
Austria, 1,200: Russia, 500; Asia, 337;
A USliKI 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 tunes ot prosperity
and joy tuluess, and also encourage it in
time of disaster and sorrow. To fulfill
these two-fold and opposite reouirements
would seem to be no light task; but the
ruler declaied himself sttisfied when he
received from the wise man tho sentence,
Even this shall pass away;" and it is re
lated that he ever after wore upon his fin
ger a ring upon which these wolds Were
The Temple of Ephesus, considered the
most magnificent structure in the world,
was burned down by Erostratus. This
temple was 423 fett 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 und magnifi
cence. AN INTERESTING LEl'lER.
IT lUNOS OK A 'ill VTKKl'L IIKAKT AN1J GIVKS
llo.Mlll WIILHK HO.VUl Is JjUK.
Mr. S. W. Capps cf Seottsville, Macoupin
county, 111., writes, under date ,.f Aug. o(j,
lsu.toDr. Swayne & Son; '-J. bent to
you lor three boxes 'Ali-hcaiig Ointment. '
having hid the Itching Piles for about
twenty-three ycn.s. and have been treated
for th'-m by eleven different dnctni.s, und
have paid out at least five hundred did-
lars yes, T Would he sale inHiimr mm
thousand dollars hut never was cured ot
that itching which annoyed me almost to
oeatii. hen I liecaine warm, particularly
at night, the itching would begin, nnd the
only relict was to bathe m cold water
sometimes as often as six it seven times in
one nigh;. I concluded t.i tr.C your (Jim
merit, and have used two lu xes, and the
result isa pel feet cure, and I will say that
it is t lie last Ointment m the world, a in
will rerommend it to one mid all ns snrli
Swayne's Ointment is sold by all druggists
Oh .My Hack!!!
Jacob Loecknian. 274 Clinton Stroer
Buffalo. X. Y.. savs he Im been osiiur Ilr
Thomas' Eclectric Oil for Rheumatism ; he
had such a lame back he could not do nnv
thing, but one bottle has, to use his ow"n
expressijn "cured him up," he thinks it
.i i . i . . . . . .
tno oest tninrr in tlio market. Pan (i
Value of a Dollar.
You never know the valun of n dnllnp
until you try to borrow one, and you never
i. . -i rc....i...in ...
e-uw lliu 1 1 lie III ue lO .7111 HI ! 1 llOSSf till II OT 1 1
you're doubled up with Biliiius Colic, In-
ingestion or lutistipation, and you try it.
iTice ou cents, trial D itties 10 cents.
Wli AKE Strollglv disposed to rermnl that
person as the oest physician who does
most to alleviate human sulleriii". Jud"ed
from this standard, Mrs. Lydia E. Pink-
hnm. 2i!:t Western aveniK!. I.vnn. Musk iu
entitled to the front rank, for her Yegeta-
oie i oinpoiiml is daily win king wonderful
cures in female diseases. Send for circular
to the above address.
He that is surety for a utrnmror uliull
smart for it. But he that trusleth in Spi ing
isiossoin tor curing Liver, Kidney, and com
plaints ot like tendency, shall never be dis
appointed. Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10
Caiitkh's Little Liver Pills never fails o
lire SICk headache, often the verv first dime
This is what is said by all who trv them
Leaving Cairo every day, except Suudiiy, ng follow!
em I DLL WILD.
ON TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
SaaJNO. S. HOPKINS
ON WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
saa n. ri dexter:
ON THURSDAY AND MONDAY.
iTAMKH HlfJCiR P,,ei,tfer and ticket
airent. . Oltlo;' corner Ntxth and Ohio Loveo. Tick
uit mid to all points Kaat by river aud rail.
Yonm Its AVkioiit Ly Gold
K,TS diM hy cl,ro,lic
cW! U W""" Uk(! """' t bo beat for
tberil Ln'i'oS Sai!ja".,,Wt ' CH,",,e '"' CUKd chiM f
IS IT NOT WORTHY OF A TRIAL ?
Hold hy all Pmygkts. HIirKjQ cents antl $1.00.
Dyrs;Ur',,,rr'n7:i;' SCI,U!1' !)n,f-,is1' ('nim' i"-' f'"'"IrrF7e,,,,ans' New National
SmdspL ntr n'"1 ,iUn""",y f ,"1"r "re ""'' C'lor from 2 to 5
' l -. 1 1
Cuj.e Yon: Backache.
And all dlHearei. of tlm KlilnevH, Bhidder and
I'rinary Hr-iius by wearini; the
Iiupiovfd Excelsior Kidney-Vad
U la a MAItVEL of IIKALINU and liKl.IhF
Simple, Si'iisil.lc, Direct, Tain
It ( T: It KS ht f n!i . t. fulle. A liF.VKI -1
ION ne KKVtil.l 'I'ld.N in Medicine. Ahmrii
ti.'ti or direct up:, lie. Hon, im oppnHed o nn-sici-l'ii
tory ii tiri.i.! tueilicitf. Semi for our
tr. iit;.-e tm iM'.ti.-v iriniblea, sent tree. Soul lv
drtsi-'e.st". or sn.t by n. u J, oo nceipi ol price, a
.Jginataiidilei. 'rHI-: ONLY U SCr I'.UK'O
nil,.-Kien. v !,,,! DETROIT.
.-lv lor ii anil , .
Ill 11 o Ii,' mi,
Maun.-ers fur the
Used and approved by the leading
LiAJiaoi iUKUf Ji and ABLEEICA.
The most ValtiaKIn
Known. ortPr-.-ir ji i
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Coughs, Cclda, Sore Throat, Croup
WTry them. 25 aad 80 cent sizes
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Mendelssohn Piano Co.
Will make, for the next (ill days only, a Grand Offer of
PI A. 1ST OS AND OH CANS.
SllfiO Square Oram! Piano f,,r only $L' r,.
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ranted for II vo vcurs.
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MENDELSSOHN riAXOCO, V.i). box 2(, New York City.
OAK T1M1IKU LANDS
n litl In tn COO ncrea or iin.nl lei.,,.. mi., i ...
I.hihI milliihlt. for a Stave. Knctorv and Saw Mill,
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acrlptlniiof timber, aoil, title, dlatuuco from river I
orrallma.l. price, torma, An,
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ua.pMWli.it W to UN) tnuii. Atldreaa. ulvlnif mil ile-
acrilitlniiof timber, anil, liilo.dlalancu from river
Cures by Al'.SOIUTIOX (Xatnre'swav
i 1 1 LUX(r DISEASES
1 JTUK0AT DISEASES.
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TUofSAMiSTKSTIFYTO ITS VlKTl'Ks
Voucan be Ilelievetl and Cured
jioii't i'en a!r mull I,,,, li,VP ,re(! ihin i.eiieit,-,
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So'il by driMMe, orreiitbyiiall en receipt of
price. i:m; ,y '
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'ok 'Three Dl'TIiOIT
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Mui.iit'iTe for the Northwcit.
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Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vrutplina Ci. -.V-T
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vaseline Toilet Soaps,
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An atrreeable form of tak
ing Vaseline internally.
and Diphtheria, etc
of all our goods.
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Outfit aet.t free to Hw whowleh M en-
itaire in ino n.twi pieaeein ,iimhm,
liiielnena known. Jivcrvthliur new.
upitaln.d reonlrcfl. o win inrnian
. Feihli.i in a tliirand litiviarda iayel
ii eaativ maiie wi'nt'tit et.i.f'na """7 ti',,i
home nr i,l, .In. No rlak whatever. Many new
v.ork"r wanted at nuco. Many aro n. a klnir fort
une" a the bnelneaa. l adlee inak M mwcb at
men. .ndvoiintr Itoya and fflrl maaenreatpay. No
...... 1. u lllln. ... ui.rL, falta l.t Hi.L. n,nM
nne woo la n llllnir to .K nm maka mora
in y every dav than ran ou nunc in awe
other employment. Tlnwe who untraca
will And a ehort road to forninu, Ail
IIALLKTT A t'O., Portland Maine
in y every day I Halt ran oe matie in a wi.ru at any
oilier employment. Tlnwe who uniraca at one.
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