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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1831.
We Mean Cured, Not Merely Relievd
Arid Cuu l'ruvu What wu Claim.
trTheru m no lailurcs and mi disappoint
UK'tilH . If you art. Iron r.:i-t win, SO K IlKAD
Al'IIK you run Ihi ca-.iy mill iui key cured, if
humlruiln hit vi' tit-ill alreii'ly. We shall be plcuseii
to III ml a sh.'cl uf t.'stiliuililiils li itli ' I lilr p-slcil .
Carter's Little Liver Iill
Also cure nil fiirinii nr Itl 1 1 n n-. prevent Cunsil
patlon itii'l I ti i h . (r iiiinti- lilui h 1 1 1 r . r. -In vt
a, .truss friiin" inn li.-artv cmmi;. rurm i D'sord'-r.
of the Stmimi h. Stimulate Hi.- I.ln-r. m"l Kejriila'i
the Dowels. 'I'll. 7 i nil Oil I')' titkirii? J""i "in
Utile (nil at h .line. Tiny nr.' purely vi'iri-Ulili', ill
Mil irrip.' nr purire. ami nr.- h nearly ..rr. rt t
ll Is possible for a In t' I'rice i' ts. it.,
ft. hold t.y ilr i'.'i-i v.-n w l.'f or " by mail
fAlll'fclt MKHH INK CO.. F.ltlK. I'A.
MRS. LYDIA F. PIHKHAMl
OF l.YNM, r!ASS.
m mtiai i.r
LYDIA E. PIN KHAKI'S
The 'o.llv.' Oiro
For all Female Complaints.
TTiii prTrMi in, a. II n.iti sVnillM, snnstsU of
ViirUl.)e rr"i-iiin tl.M nrr Lj-tiiI.-ss to lbs rn.M del
Pu.lnvsli'1. I'(.ii i. in- tnul tb ii.-nts of tM Com
pound will tm nM'ii'fii6"l. r. llf I lmrn-nAt. j ai.d
wbn IU uir i "!iiii.'i -1. l'i ninety f.ini- m 11 lein
drvd, prmn-et .-un o. "T 1. - J. s tli-.iiwin ii w. tt t
tlfy. (m w'l.unt i.f it. (.ruti n iwriu, it I. entity r-eoran-nlel
aod n-m rill by tb. let plimrinr,. iu
Jt UJ run nttrly th ,.rt f..rm if fulling
of ihi l'rii, Ijni'.'rrli.i', lrriilr tin.l iit.ful
Mnll.trujtll'.n.BlIl.varlAnTniill'li, lrittArtmJitl'in And
ClinUlon. KWN-lt.ni.'H, All lM-i Ui'ini-riii aihI iod
r-jilnt liitiutl "iin.', mi.1 l i .i'Uly AiUit-1 t't
th fluuffil ljf. II tll i)i-l mid nr-l lumen
from th6 ut'nilii m i -rly -u.i' i.f .W. . cuii'iit. Tl.
tf-Mffti-y to t aint r-hu Iiuiiiit. On ri I. i Iji-r-k. -l Ti-rjr
trfwdljy by lt ur.
In ft-t It hnn JI..I.-.I .. KtAt-
at and lt pu-1y t'mt K f.r tn iluruTi-r
td. It 'nn''l' ry ;-.rti. ii '.f tt nI hi, andirlvr
Df " llfi'Wid t l'T. It t' him r. f n: fit 11 tilt 'll nr) , (1-
trtr.yvallcrHViii for ntliiiuUiitJ. aii1 ri-lu-vm wi-altocM
t tbfi iV'ini. h
f, C'rr' I1 Atlrv. Hn lnrh-, N-ttoiih Tr'Mif nttlin,
OrrifrtU tljl!ity. hi li-wrtcx, I i r. xi n i.J Indl
fritlun. Tlutt fii lti.i' nf t crli.ir .I" n, rm.ii.it
welbt nd lo.'kiw ; w-itl ih --n. n:.f r.Oy run-l l.y
u uw. It wtllM ll tlioi nii'l ':r.'l. r ill "imimntAn
sr, ,-t In l.nii..iiy n.tiiO..' t f t .n-rri tlie
Kldw y '""tni'H!"'" - f ' rl" i t u i-' i'imnd
Lydia I. PinMunn's V-'rt.iltli.' Compound
lTn'd ftt1.'lhh1 'J'. Wii.-rn Aw mli', I win. Mm
'rtrr:in. P.i I-'IO-Kfort- "' S. nt I y i .iul in II."
form of .ill, l.n lh.- f ..rm "I . on
ofprtii-, l." t r Im. for nil., r. Vr riN'KM.rM
frwly ii"'r ll I' U' r i f Immry S ml for in
phkt. A.lilrw ivi" lii- A'.i.iion (.,., ;.r(r
No family "lHiul.ll-wiilio.it I.YI'U i. I'lSKIMM'
UVH l'lUA Tli. y "ir- C"Mi.titi' ti. l.iln iii.i at
andTorml.ty otlla'lJM'r 2.'.i'. ntMr Im.
HK.'IIAUDSON A: ('., St. r.i uis, M.t.
Wholi .Hi.' A.-. iii-i r..r J.YIH K. riNKIIAM'i
Vi'tH'tnli..; " 1 1 1 1 11 1) 1 .
M K 1 1 1 1 ' A I. .
M i ll AS
Cwnsuiiipl iini, lii'oiicliitiH, Alliina, (icii
pral Dcliiliiv, I1' m in I'.xiiuiiNt ion,
Clil'oiiic l'oiistiiiilioii, ( liroiiic
Diiiri'liirii, IN) pi'lisin, or
LOSS 1" NkUVOI'S I'nWKU,
Are pocilively cured liy
Sjriip of lij lioiliosliliit('K
Alti'litlon lnif liei'ii ill I led to tint ficl Unit Itun"-inii-i.
hi Kultn of llv iiiinliiistililli'H lire inure reuilllv
alimirlii'd liv llie cysleiii. Ihey nre In Her liiilleuteil
h u.i t IHnrlt'x Willi ulm li lo liiiimiM' Hie lliuud,
mill nenerillly cine Wiisllnif llineitHea. Iliitn nil ttllier
. ...i .......... in. ...... i. ........ ....I u. ...... I im".
JirilJIIirtlllOll IHIIII I u".,iihm us, wtll.l runi ...on
iihoriiK eiiler i"ii liifoelv llilullie iinilniil eeuliiiliiv
It lieeiiiiii. imr exi't'llt'liee llie l.est. vehlele with
which to Hoi'lnte the ullier UOili.im; llii;teillelils
of lii'itllhv llloii.l. Nerve anil Mus. le. In l'ellu'
Hymn nl llyp.iiliiisililles lire eonil.lii.il nil llm
KlllisUltii'i'i" r.iilliil nei'eHsin y lo tin-lire roniisi iieiiini
and. wheretiM. II wim Invenled with n view lit nun
ply itvitry ileilelein v, It rertnmly Ihih iierlonued
mimuW'Otiilei liil i nr.'.
Do not tin ilcceivMl liv reimilleH lienrihi; a
Imllar Inline: no oilier nr,' inn ill lull H u all I ml Utile
fur tills, nmler nuy i'lri'iitiiine.'e. t.tiuk nut Cur
tint liiinio find aililrenn, .1. I. l'i;.l,(i S, St. .lulin,
N. 11.. on I he yellow wrnpper In wiileriniirU. which
la "ecu ny iiiiwihk hiii paper lielore :he llhl.
HOLD HY AM.l)luui(llTS.
f-Mie)lnyiiiirMviil(iwn,riniinu frfd, No
Xhhrlnk. ltwtder, If yo'l want a Imnlni'M nt
Wvv,wlileh nemnint nf either i' can make ureat
BIT all the Hunt thev work, wrlto for parilcnlarl to
. BALLETT CU..rortlud.
fZ COMPCUND SYRUf lKiA
THE DAILY J BULLETIN.
ijHriiHHt Cirvulfttion ol nuy Dally in
avaur mohninh i m.inuah rxcitiu.
Only Mornintr Daily in Southern Illinois
0 11 en : Hullitln liiiilillu, WtulilnKtun Avenue
(.' A I no, H.I.INolH.
H ii Iihit i pt Inn K a t m :
Daily (dfiuur.-J hy currltm) pur wuelt 25
ly until (In ttilvitiiu;; out yuar 10 (HI
fifx ino!itli 6UU
Three inuiitlm M SO
Jim njomli 1 00
I) ' mall (In advance') hiic year $ 2 00
SIX IIIDIltllH 100
I'hrnu muiillm VJ
To cliili of inn and uvur (pr copy) 1 W
I'o'luo..' In all catii'-i prepaid.
A il v r 1 1 h 1 n k KittiiHl
Firm liiK. rtloi,, p. r tiari! $1 00
SulxtoqmMi t liiKiTtiiiitH. (irr iHaru W)
Kor uiic wui'k, p.r fiiirij 3 0.)
Kitrtwo vvi'i kH. pi r .imrt' 4 50
Kur Ihrei. winikn 6 W
Kon.ui; iiioii' t, 7 00
.'"ii mldltriniil winirn 4 00
I'- .'i. rtl niiii. i' 1 (m
Ol.itiiiirl.n iiiol r. folutliili pacd by m,ltleii
Lin c.iIiIk pi r linn.
Iri.'aihii mill iinirrloi.-i frre
Kirn' liin'rlii.n. pur "ipiaru $ 1 no
.Mlll.lil.ll I Ilrt'Ttl lltlH 5(1
Kik'l.l liiii'.K n( unl Id nniiparull coumitnti' anqUKrn
.''fpliiy.'ij advi-rtli-i-inniil will lie r.hari.d accord
his i ' Hi- p vi- iK ciipli-d, at ahiivH rateB -tlieru lie-
IliJLMw, 'vi- i., f ty,(j 0 iIlth,
Tii n-uuinr ailvurtU.-rn in otf.;r mipi-rlor Inducn
m.inii.. IhiiIi i. in rmi. of chargia and wanner ol
Loral niillctm twi-nty n-ntit pi't line for rlrnt Inn-r
t'oi.. ! ii ( . nil-p. r liui' fur eacli milife'iiiiTit Incer
'Mi.- apiT inay In found on file at (ieo. I'. Kowcli
t ( n ' Ni'wapup. r Advi-rllcliii; lUrean. (10 Sprnri-
r.-.'ti wli. rc a-i vi-rlifiiiK conlractit may l;o made
I r it In New York.
Coinnuiiili aiiiuiH noun nuliji ctof iteneral Intef't
'o 'to .:i;.lii ri' ;it nil tim. " arreptalile. lU-Jecled
in 'iiiim rl jiii" v.ill not In- ri-tiiriied.
LeH.Ti- mid fonrrmnii minnr- eh. mid lie adlrened
.. . . Iluriii'lt (.'aim llllnoia "
Tht: ('..'tit. 'inii:t! left fur St. Louis ytbter
Tin- rir-f; nt this placf, if uny, will be but
Wc iii-eil hijinu first clitai stcauitrs in the
Ciin arcl NhiIiviIIr trade.
Tlir (ins Fowler will ltave tu-murrow
fvi'iiiijij ut four nVl'K-k.
Thirty miles itlmv.i h'-rc tlie ico has
furiiii'.l ii ciiiiijiletc IiIik kadd.
Tim Anchor line Rt;amers have nut all
Iji'i n orilercil to t. Louia.
W will probably baye a C'incinuati boat
from ntidve, sunictiint' to-ijiir.
Jlu.iiiica.t mi the levee yesterday was more
bri.-k than fur ntveral days past.
The James Howard fnm New Orlean
l.'i,irted yi'st. ril ty for St. Louis.
At lo n'cltick la.it flight the river stixid 311
feet hu 1 11 inches ; a rie of 1 inches niice
1 d'rliM'k p. m.
The Mlcwild in the next Kvansrille and
C tirn j.acket duo, and will be here to
iiiutrnw without fail.
The hio at Cincinuati, Louisville and
Kv.i!i i!Ie is Mill rising. It has taken a
fresh sit.ee the r. L'CIlt rains.
Tic ele;,'. nit Aiifhor line steamer, Gold
Iiiint, will hare this afternoon directly
after tlie arrival nt the train, for Memphis
The hteumer ( Jenevieve b it this port yes
rday t.ir the "Sunny South." 8he had a
'I' ll' 1 i I passenger li-t an 1 all the freight
.1' COUld Ul lli:l,'e.
'1 he N. w Madrid, Hickman and Cairo
aek t. the Silverihoriie, with ('apt. Turner
in ti e I'o'if, will "vt hwuv Monday for
tie- )..( (.,(,,, natned Iilueii.
iitweiii ''aptain-i, (,'aiiiiiin, Ti.liin and
Leather?, a pool bus at last been ellected in
he southern trade. The following boats
inbraee tlie pool : Natchez, U. K. Lee aud
1. W. White.
The City of I'lovidence and the City of
(ireeiiville from St. Louis came in Inst
ihl at ( ight o'clock. They will probably
ave to day, the former for Vicksburg and
In- latter fur New Orleans. They were
heavily hi den.
I Ifli iiitr Piles Symptom and Cure.
The sviiiptniiis are moisture, like pers
piration, intense itcliinf.', increased liy
M'ratcbiiiLr, very distressing, particularly at
ni,'ht, as if pin worms were crawling in and
about tlie rectum; the private parts are
soinetiinesairected ; if allowed to continue,
very serious results may follow. Dr.
Sway tie s Alt-llcii'.iiu: Uiiitineiit, is n pleas
ant sure run.. Also, for Tetter, Itch. Salt
Ithell!:), Scald Ileiul, Fiysipelas, Hill'ber's
Itch, Ulotclies, all Sealy Crusty Cutaneous
Krutitions. Price ') cents, ;t boxen for ll.W.
Sent by mail to any address on receipt of
juice in currency "r three cent postage
stamps. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne &,
Son, ;t:i() North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. Sold by all prominent druggists in
Cairo and elsewhere,
Swayne's Pills are tho best for all bil
ious disorders. They ward off ("bills and
I' ever. (1)
I. P. Ni'.wi oMKit, of Toledo, Ohio, says:
t have been greatly benefitted bv weann''
an Excelsior Kidney pud, und would ree-
omniend nil persmm troubled with weak
kidneyH to try it.- See Adv.
All those who don't wish their Inmiruncc
Out of Policy wont, let their policy stop,
But wlieii liilioim lleiidacliu ails tliein they
always will try,
ThevirtiHS of Spring Itlossoniim ft sure
I'rires: id., fill renin, and trial Lotties 10
Tu KhigliestlioiK'8 und Intercuts of tl o
race rent on the purity health, und strength
of womanhood. We tako pluasuro in re
ferring our readers to tbn remarkable olD
racy or Lydla K. I .nklmm's Vegetable
Coiniiomid in all that clasn ofrliwaKCB from
which womun suffer bo much.
W. C. AND L. ASSOCIATION COLUMN.
Edited lu tho lulcrent of I lie Cairo 1'ubllu Library.
MEN, WOMEN AND HOOKS.
That "there is nothing new under' the
sun" is as trite as true; and possibly, when
the Hebrew king said il, he was himself
but repeating an undent proverb. Uoswell
tells uh that Dr. Johnson wus so convinced
of the fact, that be thought of writing a
book to demonstrate that the amount of in
vention in the world was very limited, and
that really the same incidents and the same
imagery, with but slight variation, have
sufficed all the authors who have
ever written. Unfortunately, the learned
lexicographer never executed his idea; but
the position be assumed was perfectly ten
able. Thoughts nre few, and run in
grooves; and there run be no doubt that
much which has been denounced as pla
giarism is often quite as original, to the
author himself, us the bulk of. what the
word receives as a genuine addition to its
Ok the women and the men in Thacke
ray's books, Mr. Charles T. Cmigdon says:
''Has the reader noticed the peculiarity ot
Thackeray's wives, that almost always they
are superior to their husbands? People say
that Thackeray thought meanly of women
and depicted them with something of a
satirical disrespect. I have often ventured
to take different and precinely opposite
ground. I do not think that Thackeray
had much regard fur Doiidiceas or for im
possible Unas; be understood well enough
the frailties of the female character; but I
have never been able to see why Ethel, in
'The New-comes,' is not infinitely superior
in all the best attributes of character to the
somewhat spooney ('live. He seems to be
rather than herself the lay ligure of the
novel. He has been very much admired;
children have been named alter him even
upon these western shores; but what does
be do through all the bonk except wear
good 'clothes, paint mediocre pictures,
marry Rosy, quarrel with bis mother-in-law,
and be dreadfully sorry for the mis
fortunes of that dear old mn, the colonel?
Nj; upon the whole, I preter Thackeray's
women to his men. Mrs. rendeunis is a
particular friend of mine, because she is so
much more sensible than her lord. Upon
the whole, I do not see that Thackeray's
male characters, nlways excepting the dear
old colonel are particularly winning.
But bis women get a great hold of me. It
is as if be made them and clothed them in
the radience of a line costume, or in the
purity of white, and then took them upon
the palm of bis great right hand ami
showed them to us gracious, beautiful and
loving. I believe that women, as a rule,
shake their pretty little heads at Thackeray.
They are much mistaken. This great stal
wart creature is their champion."
An interesting manuscript was recently
discovered at the city library ot Treves.
It is a fragment ot an old French poem,
whose author, nccording to marginal uotes,
is no other than Picl.ard Cieur tie Lion.
On his return from the Holy Land he was
shipwrecked on the coast of Dalmatia, and
held a captive by Henry VI, in a castle of
the Tyrol. This poem is entitled "Sainte
Norma et sou lils Saint Devy" ami was
probably composed during his captivity.
An English woman, Mary Fitzgibbon, is
the author of a recently published account
ol"ATrip to Manitoba,'' of which The
Academy says: "In view of the approach
ing construction of the Canadian Pacific
railway, this record of a lady's experiences
ol her journey to the great north-west ter
ritory of this Dominion will, no doubt, be
interesting to many, especially as Manitoba
is considered to be a good locality on all
grounds for the emigrant to settle in. It is
one of the most healthy climates in the
world, ami a particularly fertile soil. The
present province of Manitoba was formerly
part of the Hudson Bay Company's posses
sions, but in ISf'i!) wus transferred to the
Dominion government, ami has seemingly
derived much benefit from the change. The
volume before us is written in a chatty,
unassuming style, and may be advan
tageously substituted for u novel on a wet
day at the seaside."
A wnrricn in The London Antiquary de
scribes the present condition and the re
cently acquired possessions of the British
Museum. During 17!), (IGl,o!)l persons
were admitted to view the general collec
tions, a considerable increase over the
numbers admitted in previous years; in
187-1 there were .101, 050; in 1S75, 52;!,:il7;
in 187(i, 50:1,5:15 ; in 1877, Ml),''!; and in
1870.4'IS,510. During the past year pro
gress lias been niado in arrangements gfor
tho removal of tho natural history collec
tions and in preparations for their reception
in tho new building designed for them at
South Kcnsim? ton. New cases and fittings
liavs been provided and erected for tho de
partments of botany and mineralogy and in
part for that of geology ; und the transfer
ence of these threo collections to tho new
museum will probubly )0 effected in the
course ol the oresent year. The gallaries
vacated by them will be at once made use
of fur the exhibition of objects of nrelee
ologieal interest, which have been accumu
lating for many years, ami from want of
space have been stored away in impertectly
lighted rooms in the basement. In conse
quence of coming into possession of a con
siderable sum of money accruing under
tho w ill of the late Mr. William White,
wiio dieil in the year 18'.':i, the trustees
have had it in their power to consider plans
for adding to the museum building. These
will inrludc a substantial addition to the
south eastern side of the museum, and an
extension ot the gallery for exhibition of
Creek sculpture. The latter work will be
at once proceeded with. Two buildings
for the reception of the sculpture hitherto
placed 111 sheds under the museum portico
have been already erected.
The valued expressman Mr. J. 1). Kline.
of Sheboygan. Wis., bad a violent atriiek of
rheumatism disabling bun almost from
moving. I purchased, said he, a bottle
of St. Jacobs Oil, and poured it 011 a
woolen cloth ami iinnlied it to mv hio. I
expected to be laid up a mouth. Great
was my surprise to find tnvselt completely
cured in three days, and have not been
Women in the Royal Academy.
The circutiistatices attending the ad
mission of lady art students to the acad
emy, says the-London Quern, are rather
amusing. Within our own recollection
the presi'iiee of a lady in any of the
art schools of the Koyal Academy
would have occa.-ioiieil ulino.st as much
astonishment, a.s if one "of the siatucs
from which the .students draw, had, like
Pygmalion's famous creation, conic
down from its pedestal and walkc 1
about. Hut some years ago. when the
drawing", which it is competent to any
one desiring to bccynie a student to
send in, were exhibited before those of
the council having to decide which of
them were good enough to entitle the
authors to be entered on the books as
probationers, Jilieiv was one in which
the initials of the Christian names hav
ing been written on the work, the
judges were unable to say to what sex
the aspirant belonged. When this was
inquired into, it wu discovered that the
successful competitor, whose drawing
hail been without hesitation accepted,
was a young lady, ami great was tho
iLstonishinent and dismay among tho
judge. There, wus a meeting of tho
council, and a ransacking of the aca
demy archives, to see if there was any
precedent for such an event, or any
thing to forbid what .some considered
an unfortunate innovation of an old es
tablished rule, hi the result nothing
wus discovered to prevent the admis
sion of the lady applicant, whom tho
rouncil. in order ii"t to stultify them
selves, were romp. died to accept as a
student. This success wa at once fol
lowed up by others similar in rliarnrti'i",
until now we believe it is Hot UllfiV
(jllelltly the eae that the larger portion
uf successful candidates :it'e ladies.
Wu believe it is the style to affect con
tempt for things that are old. Not so,
however, with Dr. Bull's Cough Syiup,
which has stood the popular test of 111
years' use, und is more thought of than
How's Hie J5aby.
"How's the baby?" "His croup is better
this morning, thank you, we gave him some
Thomas' Eclectric Oil 11s you advised, doc
tor, and shall give him some more in an
hour or so." Next day the doctor pro
nounced the youngster cured.
yoi! 31 KM PHIS AND YICKSMIiU.
The Anchor Line Steamer,
a GOLD DUST.
In now in noil lomlliiB. anil will lenvu for Mem
phl ami Viekslmrij on Sunday inonilntr, Feb
ruary '.tnh. For lrcii;M or 1 1 iihi h c' apply lo
Cut. T. W MIIKI.Iis. Ai!. nt.
Office No. 'J Wharf-heat.
Leaving Cairo every day, except Sunday, an follow)
ai IDLE WILD.
ON TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
ON WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
II. T, DEXTEU.
ON THURSDAY AND MONDAY.
.1 AM KH JIUitlH l'aHsenccr and ticket
fluent. Office corner Sixth and Ohio Levee. Tick
v (twlil to all potnu East hy river and rail,
nOLUMBUS, HICKMAN, NEW MAD-
RID AND TIPTON VILLE.
M. J. TURNER, Master.
.1. K. NEW S, Clerk.
Leave Cairo every Monday ami Friday fur tho
above ti)lnla. Kor freight or pannine apply at No.
li uharl boat.
R II E U M
Jheijiiiatism and Neuralgia lay the strongest on the shelf, J)
J 'r.'1' 'and low, rich and poor, "you know how it is yourself," JJ
jrach motion causing agony, your life is full ol' pain -p
jjntil guided by God's mercy, yim Eclectric Oil obtain! jj
Jost happy then vou are to find, your pain has gone away, j-
hd half a bottle still is left to do another day!
rJ1hen greatfully you sing in praise of Thomas' Eclectric Oil rp
Jn curing your Rheumatic Pains, that did
o let loud I Vius of joy lie sung, resiind
J uke known to all Rheinatic Pains, need
Sol,l all Druysists.
Go to p.U L (;. s-(;ini, Druggist,
lives. For brightness and durability
pounds, price 15 cents.
Cure Yo mi 1 a cka c i i e.
Acdall rilm-afer of the Kldneyfi, Bladder aiid
L'riuury OrjjaiiB by wearing thu
Improved Excelsior Kidney-rad
It la a MAltVEL uf UliAI.INU und KELIKF
Simple, Sensible, Direct, Pain
It ( 'ITKKS where all clue fails. A UF.Vr.LA
TION and KKVOl.l TI'iN In Medicine. Al.rorp
Hon or direct ai.'.lc.itlon, as- oppoKeil o nn
mtllactory iliteriiiil leeilieliien. s-eud for our
treatise mi Kidney triMbici., n-nt free. Sunl liv
ilrureifts, or Het.t l.y n.ail, uu receipt of price, :'
(iniL'wid'en'niONLYLTNG I'A I) CO
Hine Kidney I'm! DETROIT.
Ark fur it mid Michifin
lake iioullier. 'CUIMU,
Maiiaoern for the Northwest.
Used and approved by the leading
CIAXS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
The most Valuable
hiz A-r -'J7 njly'
TaTlTJim TT VMOPTITTATTIO f.. i...
Conrhs. Colds. Sore Throat Crono
vuaau, . . ..... wMwumiiu, mil, aiov IUr
Try tbem. 5 and SO cent lizes
CBAMJMI im. ATTIII.PHILADFI
hlLVtUl nEUAL AT Till. PAU1S
Mendelssohn Piano Co.
VilI mako, for tlie next CO days only, a Grand Offer of
lJIA3SrOS AN 13 ORGANS.
!!o() Square Grand Piano for only $:!:,.
STYLE !5 Vii:iiillrenl Itimewood rane. eleviuitly fiiilfheil. H clrliifsT 11 Octave hill patent
, . , , ctiniiiiiii; ititnitli K. our new patent ovcrstmnc ncnle. ! nt mil carted It ck ami Ivrt heavy
serpen l . and lr,'e fancy mtmlilliiR round cime. lull Inn. Kimne, Freeh Orand Actio,,, , , ,i ' m e
i"1m i? '.."Hit ' ' ",,I,r,'v, I,"t l'l'ca In iiiit nay lei ,1 to ll.e jierlecllon .if the InMrun.ei'l ,'i.
i.'-i iur price for this Inhiriinieiit hoxed and delivered on hoard the cars at New York C) I ff
with line I'lano ('over, Stool and Hi ok. only C-'I').UO.
1 his I'lauo will lie sent on lest trial. I'leasr send n ference I' vou tie mil semi monev v. lib order, ( ash
sent tiiii (,ril. r will be refiindeil and fit e, (Bri.'es jHld I t us I. nib wats If l lano is' but Iiiki as rep
resented in this advertisement, Tlionsaitdt In use. Send 'for atulot-iie. livery liiMMirnei.l fully war
ranted for live teurs
1I K ViU ?:'i"t" l"lUw Ith Stool, Cover and llookl All slrlrtlv Flrnl class and sold at Whole
J J.AlMrJ sale lin'iury jo lees These llmius , mule one ul ibe Itm si ilislnt s si llie t eiiuuiilal
Kxblliillon, and went unniiluioiislt ri lomii.tiiil" tl lor Hie llltlnsl llorois. Hit)
Squares contain our New Talent Scale, the urciitcM litiprovi im i l In the history of I'lano niakliia. Tha
l'prl;.'hts are llie finest In America. I'osltlvelv e make the 111 est I'lnims. ol the rlelu si tone and pr at
eat durability. Thev lire n ei ninieiided by llie hle. est musical inill.iullles in llie country. ( cr 14, ne,
in use, and not one dlssallslled purchaser' All I'iimos und orentis sent on 1' days test trial IreleLt
free If uiisitlslaclurv, liuu't fail lo write ns before bnvinif, I oslllvely we (.Her llie nest hnrtnins. 1 at
ulonue inai letl free, iliiliilsoine Illustrated and Hesi rlpilte ( ate It it:e t.l Is lti p. , tnaili a ,.r a- stamp ,
Every I'lano Itillv warranted lorf'Vears.
11 4 V'tJ Our "I'urlnr Oratitl .Iiihllec Ort'iin," style US, is ti e raicst and swi elest lei cd lletrt
llllIlNl) oruan ever otl'ereil the musical public II contitlns Five Oelaves, l'lvc sets Heeds
four f si Ot laves ea.'h, and line ef three Ot laves, Thirteen Stops with (.rami
Or::au- llniison, Meliidlii, Viola. Hule.Celesle, lltilcet, Kcho, Veloilla l'orle. ( t'lestlna. Vlolitm, Hule
Forle, Tn iin.lo. liianil Oiiiin iiutl Oranil swell, Kneii Slois IMiMit T. liiehes: l.einth,.a Itr WIdlh
I In; Weiu'lit. boxed, mm lb. The case Is of solid walnut, veneen d w Ith choice woods, nndls of an
eiulrely new and benuillul ileln. eluboralely carved, with raised paiinels, music closet, lump standa
fretwork. Kle , all eleiraiilly llnisbed I'ossesses the latest mid best Improvements, with emit power"
depih, brllliiiney Biul svmpiiiln lie quality ol lone. Ileauiiful solo i fieri a und jierlccl stop action'
H.'t'iilar re'iill price J'.N.'i. Our wholesale l ot cash price lo have II Introduced, with sit. ol and hook
onlv $i7-as one ortail sells olhers. I'oslllvcly no devlatli ti in price o n, nieiil Mililiid mill i.ii
have fully tesled I lie orni.ii In your own homo. We send all Orpins mi Kiilavs lest trial und lmv rrcn-ht
both ways If liitrutiii'iii Is not as reiren.iled, Fill Iv warrant, d Tor Ti years Other styles- S slot, or
emi only ii:,; llslopv $s,-,: 1 1 slops, ll.'i, OvwrlW.Hie sold, and every Oman has trlvi u Iho fullest rat
iHfiiriloii lllustriileil circular mailed tree. Factory mill warerooma. fiTlh St and loth Ave
SHEKT MI'SIC Jl.t ii-thlrl i.rlre. Caliiiot-iie of mm) choice pi. ces sent for lie aoinip. ThU
ii. ,i . i 4 "lliif Ineludea liiosi of the popular music of the day and cverv variety
iniislc.iil coiniosiilon, by the best authors, Address,
MENDELSSOHN PIAN0C0., P.O. box 205, New York City.
OO'iTHU MONTH ot'AHANTKK.I).-Wu wt'l
C"''U uiy the above saUry to caialilc and relia
ble men who will permanently act ns nur local
li'jtenls In each con, ily n llie Culled Slates ami
(.'iiiiU'lu. or they can, If Ihey chouso, work on com
mission. Will, reliable Jiarlles we will roluract
by tlie year or tei in nl years, Wo will send lo any
party ineanlnit business samples of our register,
blanks mid circulars, with our rates and lerm. on
receipt of $'J We me io selllm; samples, lint
waut active audits at once, THKAIlWKLL'S
IMI'I(OVKI) MKIIt llANTil.R AOKNCY CO.,
SprlliKlleld, Mass. Kstabllslicd February, IstS.
A T I S M !
your comfort spoil,
from shore to shore,
never trouble more,
PRICE r,0 cents and 81.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Frecmnns' New National
of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
Cures hy AHSOBI'TIOy (Nature's way
I 11 LUNG DISEASES,
AJ TIUi0AT DISEASES.
ItDKIVKS INTO the fyntem curative atienti
ai.il heallinr inedteiiieM.
It lil.'AWS ! liu.M the diseaned mrtn the poinoni
that eane death
TllOfSANDS TF.8T1FYTO ITS VIKTt'F.s.
Vou can be Ilelieved and Cured
Don't despair until you have tried this Rtntibii,
Kaslly Apioled !,d H A 1) 1 C A L L Y y.
F K C T F A I. Heiuedy
Sold by driik'tflata, or Dent by mail en receipt of
price, ti'.uu, by
inoiilaland'omTllEO.NLY LUNG PAD CO.
Iiook -Three DETROIT,
Millions' a ear , .
H. ui free, Michigan.
MtfiiapiTH for the Northwcat.
Articles from pura
VaBcline mieh m
Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor Ice,
Vaseline Toilet fioapj,
raiapfrtorl. la; liaJlirorofe
CUTS. riTTMU htW
An agreeable form of tak
icg VascUne internally.
25 CE5T8 A BOX.
of all our goodt,
k kv Oliint scut free lolliose
L t U. KnK" I" the mimt pl'"
i. il business known, It
i T Capital not runtilred
evervthlntf. l"'a day at
IT easily msde wlihent sli
Oliint scut free lolliose who wlh t" u-
asani ann .run..'.
vt... .n riirulsh
davand iiianl Is ,vt
nl' sliiylmr away from
h . ht.N.i risk whaievur. Wauy new
wo k-rs wan.i'il ' once. MW hT.
lines a the liusln'' l adles make as mm d m
i n. 'nil "ot ii ir her. anil irlrl- maan nrr.t pay. No
;n7i. wiiii..K to r,k r o
intiney every ri lliau f be made In a w eek al any
oilier empliiymeiil Those who snmi; at onca
will 11 nd sh..rt road lo fortune. Addre.a H.
ALLKTTCO .I'.ortlaiii) Maine. .