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work all iiriiii ul iiutuDiiir, For pirtlcular mi
dre J, u.StrCl KIIY A CO . Philadelphia-. IV
THK KKUSH OF TIIK WOULD.
HOLD I5Y ALL GKOCHRS.
Geo. Woods & (Vs
QUALITY OK TONE,
Beautiful Musical Effect
Strength and Durability!
.Beauty of Desiirn
They will i ii t In-1 all ruiiimiiii. cheap OrL-an"
wlillc tin lr Riuoical and mechanical qui lll.ai our
mendthcmtoailwhowi.ua ainc'ly hljih
Ayrnoi wanted in this vicinity.
GEO. WOODSY CO.,
mi&W Doulilu J Join; ( iii-set.
if fV I. uLhT... I . .,f U..I. .
tllr ' L-i iit" M :'nl'li- r'r iii-iti a"i
ifi hj0 t,r' 'ho "l,-.
V Mil .v mail on f -!! of $!."
FIEM, l.r.iTKK . In. i:o, III.
SlKi.Olii) .teres 1.1(1 DUO
(iN TIIK LINK OF THK
WISCONSIN CENTRAL II. II
For (nil particular.. I1M1 a-,!', d, nt I cr. addri .
( ks i coi.itv.
Land l'oiiiil)uiier. Milwaukee. Wl.
Q - AMI tTWAHii i'triie. with liruiu-! fp
C) itl d.irlna lu iM-nrii- luti n -K l m Mining
c nterprlff., at l.otlntn n.'iit- . I 1 ' -! adilre.
fur free iri.;n'ttii Uj,K)t.U H.r.'1't HMi, ::
liroadwar. .N . V city.
10 nfl''l,'rl''EV"''K' iP' "o una..' our Nik
I'MI1'" Machine In Fill' ' 'f ml kiml.
Price $i : Si'LiI your il lti' on Pn.t-,1 'aid for
our IliuMrutcil circular. K. Ill IT 1 1 A IIKO ,
Orford. Allien i o . I'a
"WmiKf Mint T' "i,r"i,,,v: K"rn
1 IMIIIU .'It II to J.i a month, li'.duat'.
frnariniocd paling oflir.vn Aililtc Hl.-nttlit:
lr".. Jancavilfe. Win
A r n A Y EA It M epei- to
X i!'-lii. OntfH free Adilri-". I'
V 1 ' 1 o. VK'KCKY. Auku-U. Maine
el'l'l'l V" ,n C,o'. n"11 'Xjn'nn'p 'i Outfit
MRS. LYDIA e. pihkham:
OF LYNN, MASS.
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it.- 1 1 ' ,i, in.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Thi Po'lttvc C'nr
For aU Female Complaints.
Thla propnratlon, M U nam litnlfli. coniu 0f
VoKdUblo l'roix'rtli' that arc harmlom to thn niimt
leal tnrallil. Vpen onn trial tl mrrlti of thia Com
pound will ha roiMrnlt( aamllef li Imnwllatni and
nhrn It inula rntitlniiiil, In nlm-lymnaraaralnahiin.
drd,ii,niuiiwntliin,lPlf,tliathoiiaBil. will Un
lit. On aornunt of It provrn morlta, It li tiwtay riv
piirameuilM and prworthnl hy tlia lit tihyrtclana in
It will cur. ntlirly tlw womt form of falllna
of tlia utonm, Iurorrhiva, trrcRtilar and painful
Mi'nulnwtlon, nil Ovarian TrnuMcn, Inflammatlnn and
Ulceration, HmullnKii, all Dlnplacfmrnti and tlm con
tmiuant iplnal waknaa,and la miocially ailapf-il to
th Cluuiira of Ufa. It wlllillmolv. and ext'l tuninra
from tlia uUirtia In an parly ataon of di-rrlciimirnt. Th
tundrncy toraninrouahumonithi'ro la checkf i wry
ixfdlly by It uw.
In fart It haa prnrad to Ive the (rroat
t and bant irmnly that baa errr lvn dlacoTnr
Kl. H ponn(-atia every portion of tlie ayntoni, and glvei
naw llfeand vigor. It rvmovaa falntnma.rlaliilpnry, d
troyaalU'raTlnx for UniiUaula, and rvllari'a wealenrM
f lln tomach
h puno niiHitln;, Ilcailarhna, Kprrnui I'r out ration,
ncnoral Dtihllity, Hlrvplnaanpna, I)opniilon and Indl
KoatloD. TliatfrollngobfarUnf down, paualng pain,
Ight and barkarha, la a) way. pprniammtly curpd hy
IMiiM- I'vdllatalltlmrii.andundrrall rlivuinaUn
oaa, art In harmony with tha law that guvami tlx
rorKldnoy(!oinplalnUof aithpr apt tlila pompound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vogetable Compound
la prepared at Wand Kit Weau-rn Atkiiuo, Lynn, Haaa. .
Prlca 11.00. Sl bottUtforavna Hmt hy mall in tlia
form of pllla,alaoln th form orLnaanim, an rwelpi
of price, 11,00, per box, for either, Mm. TINKHAM
freely aniwera all iPtti'ra of Inquiry. foM tnt
phlet Addran aa almv. Mrntlm (hit )np,r.
No family nhould he without LYDIA R. PINKHAM'
UVSK PILla. They cur. Conntlpatlun, BlUouaniiaa
and Torpidity of thaUver. to oenla uer boi.
KIC1IAHD80N & CO., St.Lnula, Mo.
Wholuinln iiwulii fr LYDIA K. l'INKIIAM H
THK DAILY BULLETIN.
tfcrgMitt iniul.itiou ol any Dully in
Only Moniiiitr Daily inSontlicrn Illinois.
MM BARTON'S BABY.
"I'ivMv litiliy! M.miiii:i'.H ilarlin baity.
Shut jinir lililf eyes mid mi to hIi'I'ji."
John Seymour piiuscil on tlm stuiisi
anil linti'iinl. It was a ili'licioiisly
hwct't voice, ami tint nnilearin epi
thets were .HHikll if) Miftly nioillllaleil
"I5lesseil little cliiM!'' siiii I Mr. Sey
mour to himself, us lie passed on lo his
"Mamma's pretty baby!" continued
Mrs. liarton, putting tlm hoft brown
hem! that lay upon her breast. "Kiln,
tlo .shut the door! You always Iruve it
open. Who went up llm tairs just
"I know!" Npoke ii) Master Hobby
Hartley, who was lliittcriiiijj bis lilth)
Iifise HjrHiiist the j;lass of tlm window
from which the culm hluo ocean was
plainly visihle. "It was the bald-headed
man. He tried to peek in the door,
too. I saw him. And be looks at you
ail tin; time at the table. I reckon ho
thinks a heap of you!''
" The idea," laughed the pretty wid
ow; "why, I don't even know the man's
liamc. I lobby. Mop ilriiininin on the
jrlass. You'll wake up Trixie. Why
lon't yon p-o and play on the beach?"
John Seymour, in the room above,
To.-scd over to his easy chair on tiptoe
fur fear of waking Mrs. Ilartoii's baby.
Such a lovely voting mother as slut
made. ".Mamma's darlino; baby!" The
words kept rinin in his ears. What
an csipiisiie voice; what cares.sinjr
tones; what a picture for an artist! He
closed his eycit and seemed to set it all.
Tuc waving pddeii hair, the Miiilinjr
scarlet lips, the delicate fair cheek, the
round and ro-y infant clasped in fond
embrace. "Ili-,ei little child!" he
thought once more.
A suiilii atn I hat came creeping
thr ush the open window (Tenth
toiicheil his smooth white forehead, and
,'liiiiiijcrcd on a certain tiny bald pot
and ils fringe of li'hl brown hair. ILin
kt. dark blue eyes had Mr. Seymour, a
Homan nose and brown moustache,
w itiijust a tinp:e of jrray in honor of
liis live and forty years.
II' dl( in!' sa s Jim Stnwe, cnlerini;
sudib'M'y and si :itlur across the room
in number eleven IpmiK "Where's a
chaii I' O. here's one!" (Irayiu it to
wards him. "Hiilte.-t day I ever -"
"Do make le-s noi.se, Jim; you'll
wake up Mr-. Harton's baby."
"The blow ? lias she a baby ? KirM
I've heard of it. IbiWilid y oil iindout?
I 'li-t 1 , is -he not '.' Southerner, tbollli.
Don't like 'em. Take her for all of me.
Ilyjove! this is liie coolest place I've
found to-dlt. Artful hot hert1 when
there happens t be a land bree.e. I' ye
been (loWII till the Ix ai ll with tllolien-
nett jjirls. Ooin' to the hop with them
i his evening, too. I'retly lively crowd.
Don't like theni, do you?"
"No. Powder, paint, false hair, fur
belows -no attractions for a staid obi
bachelor like me." And he. thinks of a
certain l cet-voiced. blue-e cd mother.
"Maiutiia's darling bahy !" oine one
n'crned to say.
"Well, I tell you what it is. John. I
do belieie tlnit you're -" A sudden
lurch, and with a cr.a.sh down cntne the
iiuiiiImt eleven from their idevated
perch. "Don't scowl so, man! llano;
Sirs. Harton's baby! I never knew you
to take Mich a tender interest in a brat
be for She to have no friends
here. She slay s up in Iter room nioM of
the lime, I think."
"Naturally, a- she is here alone with
her little brother, nurse and baby."
"Ah. yes. the baby! lly the way, I've
never heard it cry, have you? Model
infant? I wish you joy, John! flood!
There's the dinner bell. I hope it
won't wake Mis. Harton's baby."
Mi.ss l atinie Dennett sauntered down
the broad piazza jn-t as Mr. Seymour
lighted his after dinner cigarette."
"Any objection to my talking to you
w hile y ni smoke?" seating herself lie
cide him. "What haveou been doin
with yourself nil day? We've all been
down on the bench, Mr. Stowo, Jen and
I. You should have join, with us. Wo
bad an awful jolly time. Oh! hay, you
know the pretty widow who sits oppo
site you at the table? She cntnn in to
see cousin Nell while we were away.
Didn't she look tterfectly lovely at din
ner? Well, Nell says she had on an old
black Msirt with a slit clear down one
breadth this tuornitio', and an old white
.sack, and her hair was all rumpled, and
Mood in the door rubbing her eyes wiih
both hands. She said the chambermaid
told her thai Nell was sick, so she
thought she'd make her a little call,
and she supposed, of course, the room
would be dark, so . she didn't wait, to
dress. She'd been asleep all the inorn
ino;, because there didn't seein to be
anythiiio; else to do here; and she
bated the North; and she'd broujjht her
colored servant with her, for she
wouldn't have a w hite one near her.
Nell says she never heard a woman rat
tle on so in her life. I'm goinp to get
nemiainlci! with her just to boar Iter
A fearful talker! "Mamma's darling
baby !" scetni d to say a tender voice.
Yhat woman ever praised another?
"How a homely woman bates her
pretty rival!" mused John Seymour.
"Miss HeniietiVs eyes are dull anil grav,
Mrs. Harton's bright, and blue, so tlie.
former thinks the bitter such a fearful
talker, untidy mid n bore. Ob, these
women! Oh, these women!"
Whiz! n little ball of soniethino- white
Hew past titid darted down the Meps.
the pretty widow closely following and
si'ieani'intr, "Trixie! Trixie!" at the ton
of her voice.
John Seymour dropiied bis fnish Ha.
viiiia in the grass unit Marled in pur
suit. Allow inc. madam," as bo reached
her side, "lo catch your do; for you."
Hut catching nimble Trixie was no"
easy task. She took a lieu lino for tho
dark liiul deep blue ocean, Mr. Sey.
iiiour close behind, the hot sun beating
down upon his hatless head. Hut final
ly the pretty Trixin was secured ami
brought hack" lo her anxious mistress,
who with oiilslrelched arms received
"My deaivsl, darling Imbyt Mam
inn's darling buhj!" Miiotheriug tho'
dog with kisses. ,;W htll sltollbl I lo if
1 hud lost my bnby? How can 1 thank
you, ir, cniiii";!,, ' Oh; I was nu fright
CAIUO HUELET1N: SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 2f 1881.
ened. I wan mire hIio would run in the
water and be drowned. Mamma's dar
ling baby!" with another kiss. "I reek
on you think this awful hilly, don't you?
Hut you see I haven't any children and
I must pet something. I've had Trixie
ever since she was six weeks old, unit
she's never slept away from mo one
night. My little brother Hobby left the
door open this afternoon ami out she
slipped. Oh, was o frightened' I
didn't know w hat I was doing. How
can I ever thank you?" And with a
parting smile she turned and went in
doors. Mr. Seymour lighted a fresh Havana.
Two gentlemen were smoking near
him. One, a lean, tall, awkward man,
with keen gray eyes, and pointed nose,
removed his wi and asked him for a
"hair lookin' woman, ain't she?" he
remarked. "Knew her in Virginia.
Awful talker. 'I'hey say her tongue's
been goin' so fast wore out two sets
' teeth already."
A (iootl Housewife.
The good housewife, when hhe is giving
her house its spring renovating, should
bear in mind that the dear inmates of her
house are more precious than many houses,
and that their systems need cleansing by
purifying the blood, regulating the Muinach
and bowels to prevent and cure the diseases
arising from sprint; miliaria and miasma,
and she must know that there is nothing
that will do it so perfectly and surely as
Hop Hitters, the purest and best of niedi-ciiies.-Concord
(N. II. i J'otriot.
Only on Pap-r,
When ( 'heyeiiiie was at the zenith of
her glory, a sign of "(ioncral oliice of
the Cheyenne, l'ae'dic Slope, and Sand
wich Island Haiboad" was hung- out
one morning without creating much
surprise. If one person had asked
another where the depot, of the said
railroad was, there might have been
some hesitation about answering; but. it
was some time after the sign was out
before any special iinpiiries began to be
made. Then an c;iMern man walked
in one day, carpetbag in baud, an I. said,
"I suppose you connect at San Francis,
eo with the regular steamers?" "Well,
yes; 1 suppose we shall," was the hesi
tating reply. "Shall? Isn't. our road
through vet?" "Weil, not ipii'te." "Do
you take'in Salt Lake?" ".salt Lake?"
"Yes I think we do?" II ev much for a
ticket?" "Well, can't say exactly, as
we have none on sale just vet." "Can
I get one at the depot ?" 'Well I think
not. we haven't any depot yet." "Can
I pay on the train?" Wed, you sec,
we have no trains yet." "I suppose 1
can walk on the track." persisted the
stranger. "Well. I should have no
objections if wo had a track." "No
depot, no tickets, no trains, no track;
what sort of a railroad have you got,
anyhow?" "Well, you sec, it's only on
paper thus far, but as soon as we can
sell .s,tHHi.(M)i worth of stock we shall
lii'cin grading and rush business right
along. If you happen to be along
when we gel to going, we will put you
through a low as ;my other responsi
hie route." The stranger .-tuck his
hands into hi- pocket, -tared hard,
whi-l'.ed Mittlv, and then walked out oil
lipliM- ujthoet another word.
The Oub B-ar'sDfllight.
Mttle Keck 'i.li lie.
"My name is Acton." said a man
w ho visited the f7c'fVoi)iee recently,
"Acton. Is there anything funny in
"No," answered the weary brow
beater of till oppo-iug faction.
"Do you see anything funny in my
"No, sir. Do you want to subcrile?"
Iam going to give you a joke, and
then you will be willing to send me the
paper free. In strict accordance with
the philosophy of life, till animals are
more dependent upon the mother, and.
of course, have more aH'cclion for her
than for the father. Ain't that a fact?"
"Yes; daily one year ',
"Did I say all animals? I mistake.
There is one animal that is cijitally
dependent upon the father. Do you
want to know what animal that is?"
"See the advertising man, will you?"
"That animal is the cub bear.' Shall
I tell you why?"
"Hut I will. In the summer the cub
bear sucks his ma. and in the winter be
sucks his paw. Send the paper to Gum
Spring, W ilaeut county. Hood day."
The enormous increase in the con
sumption of cigarettes is shown by the
fact that in lmiti taxes were paid on HI,
Wl, 117 cigarettes.aiul in Issu, x:i,7nx,
305. Something tlie Tourist needs.
The tourist anil the commercial traveler
who visits foreign hinds, or regions of his
own country where vicissitudes ol climate
Hru among the influences prejudicial to
he'ilth, omits a necessary precaution if he
takes with him no medicinal safeguard
against Illness. The most reliable, if duo
credit be given to the statement of travel
ers, mariners and emigrants who have used
it, is llostutter's StotiiHch Hitters, a sover
eign protective against malarial and ship
fever, and disorders of the stomach, liver
and bowels, to which persons in transitu
from one country to another, in the Topics,
and emigrants to the far West are pecu
liarly subject. This highly necredited
medicine nullities bad atmospheres inflti
ences, the effects of impure water, and in
sures the constitution to changes of temper
Bin rc and an titiacco-tiuned climate. Hard
ship and fatigue are endured with lessdar.
ger of evil consequences if the system is
lortifled with this incomparable tonic and
A Modern Poet.
What is a modern poets fate, to write his
thoughts upon n slate,
The critic spits on what is done, gives it n
wipe and all is gone,
Liko Kheuniatism from our lmdies lly,
When Thomas' Kcleutnc Oil we try.
H wisic; simply call on your druggist
for "Dr. Seller's Cough Syrup," when you
have a cold or cough. 25 cents ft bottle.
Feathers are blown away by the slight
est gale, and frivolous minds are diverted
by every breath, whilst Indigestion Itil
liousness, Headsebo and disordered stom
ach are cured by Spring niossom. Prices:
fl., 50 cents, and trial bottles jo cents.
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Fxtr icteil fi'uiii :in M Volume.
Tliii average weight of an adult man
is 1 10 (I, 0 oz.
The average weight of a skeleton is
about 1 1 ft,.
Number of bones g it).
The skeleton measures one inch less
than the height of the living man.
The average height of the brain of a
man is H h; of a woman, '2 lb 11 oz.
The brain of a man exceeds twice
that of any other animal.
The average height of an Knglish
man is ft ft.; of a Frenchman, ft ft. 4 in.,
and of a Helgian, ft ft. 0 j in.
The average weight of an F.nglisbiiian
is loo pounds; of a Frenchman, 1M
pounds; and of a Helgian, llu pounds.
The average number of teeth is
A man breathes about 'D times in a
minute, or 1,200 times in mi hour.
A man breaths about IX pints of air
in a minute, or upward of 7 hogsheads
in a day.
A man gives oil' l.nx per cent, car
bonic gas of the air he respires, re
spires ln.fiOfi cubic feet of carbonic
acid gas in 21 hours; consumes 10.007
cubic feet of oxygen in "21 hours, eiiual
to 12ft cubic inches of common air.
A man annually contributes to vege
tiitioii 121 pounds of carbon.
The average of the pulse in infancy is
120 per minute; in manhood. M.I; at 00
years, On. The pulse of females is more
freipient than that of males.
The weight of tho circulating blood
is about 2X pounds.
The heart beats 7ft times in a minute;
sends nearly 10 pounds of blood through
the veins and arteries each beat; makes
4 beats while we breathe once.
ftlo pounds, or one hogshead 1J pints
of blood pass through the heart in one
12.000 pounds, or 21 hogsheads 4 gal
lons, or 10,72 pints pass through the
heart in 24 hours.
1,000 ounces of blood pass through
the kidneys in one hour.
171,'H",ooo holes "1" culls are in the
lungs, which would cover a surface
thirty times greater than the human
kll.I.S liAMUtt FF. AI.I.AVS I IllilTATION, AMI
rito.MOTKs TIIK (IHOWTI1 OK Til K II A 1 K
Gentleman--For over two years I have
suffered terribly with "scald head" in its
worst form. A few weeks ago I tried a
bottle of your Cocoaine. The first applica
tion gave me relief, and now the disease is
ctbctually cured. Yours respectfully.
N. C. Stf.vf.ns, Deputy Sheriif,
Hurnctt's Flavoring Kxtracts arc perfect
STKA.M IK) AT
At I'hil llow.ird'. oli! aund,
TIIK lil'.STOKFIiliSil MKATOF AIL KINDS
1 nlwnvN on himd in lnri?e iihi titieH. ainl Kiip
jilird to Hlfnni lioutn at nil hours. John (tlade. well
linv. n' t.i river men. III lo found atiourd ail boats
to take orders for no at.
nOLFMCl'S, 1IK IvMAX, NEW MAD-
, HID A.xD TIITONVILLE.
M. J. TlTiXEIt, Master.
J. K. Ml'SE, Clerk.
Loavi a Ciro i'vitv Momliiv ntul Friilav for tho
nliovc iiotntH. For Iri'ihl or iiiismiui' njnily nt 'o.
I.i'uvlng rniro every diiy. rxcvpt Suiidny, ac follow
!2S4 C. N. DAVIS,
ON Tl ESDAY AND FRIDAY.
ON WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
II. T. DEXTER.
ON THURSDAY AND MONDAY.
.TAMKH lIKidS I'naaiiiiiter nd ticket
il lit. oillcc corner Smli and Ohio l.evco. TUk
vtaaiild to all )otiita Faint hy river mid mil.
111)!' Ill Tl Kits.
Th ll'iin st and Hi st Mpdiclno l'ier Jluilo.
Acolmblnallnn of Hops, Buchu, Man
drakle and Dandelion, with all uwbeat and
nioatcorallvpmmrttc all oilier Hittera,
itiakealtheKmauiMBlooa Kurmer, tiver
Reg U ln tor. and ur and Unaltli lUittonnir
Noillmajwoanpowlhly lonir exirt where Hop
llitUini linn uJV'do vailed and ierfni't aru tbelr
Thoy cIti aiwlllfi ni t! jcrts til cl ltd laSrm.
To all whoa. emiloynM'iitcoiiaii Irreirularl-
ty nf the bowi-lamA urinary oiyana, or who n-
iiniwan ApK.tUi.rVTonl" """"' l'mi".
linn Blllera are UalVuMl'' Without lntOX
MoiiinlfTwhatyourrieVpllnira or aymptnm
an wlml llH.dli'aM'iirallW''i" l"" Hop Hit
ler", l'on't walluiitllyoiiami ' nut I r you
only feel bad orinlM.rahle,l""lli"'n at oin-o.
It may aava ynurllfe.lt haal bunilreila,
500wlllbepaldfi)raottl" they will not
P,iie nr lirlit. Do not mif7iTor'j't J"""- frlemla
nr,.r,liut uaaandurira tliunc Mop B
H,.i,ii'inher, Hop Bltteni I no1'6! driiirirml
(ruiili''n nnatrtim, but tile liinwt D d Heat
Meilultie ever made, tlin "IIHVlLlns. VIU1WU
,l iiiir" and no peraun Pr fninlly
hnuld lie without tliKiu,
n I 0.t"lknfthm,,l,nn,nw''"t'',,cure
ri;.lMiinkennena,UMif onliim, toliaoco and
Un-itU'.. AU mid hy dniiTKlata, Bead J
(or Citvuiar. nap nnura any, uo.,
Hiyii'iitir.H,T ami Toronto. On,
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AVoktji Its Weight ix Gold.
IT POSIT IAHilLX CUEES
JtllEUMATISM, SPRAINS, BRUISES.
HIIEUMAT1SM, SPRAINS, BRUISES.
RHEUMATISM, SPJIAINS, BRUISES.
COUGHS, CROlIP Oil DIPHTHERIA
COUGHS, CROUP OR DIPHTHERIA
COUGHS, CROUP OR DIPHTHERIA
Sold l.y nil Druggists.
Co to PAUL G. SC1IUH, Druggist,
Dyes. For brigbtniss and liuinbility
pounds, price 1ft cents.
Used and approved by the leading PHYSI
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
The most Valuable
SKIff DISEASES, BHEUMATISJff,
CATAEKH, EEMOEKH0IDS, Etc. Alo for
Conehi, Colds, Sore Tliroat, Croup
3Try them, 25 and 50 cent izts
CBAD M t'.D.il. AT TIIK PI! I I.AD 1.1.1111 i F.POHlTIO
hILVEB .flEUAL AT THE PAKIS EXPOSITION.
For sale by C. W. Ilemlersoii, ('airo, Illinois.
Mendelssohn Piano Co.
Will make, for tlie next ftO days only, a Grand Offer of
SllnO Siniarc Oiantl l'iaiio for only 82 !5.
STYLE 5,,"-'l,'ll,,,llt Hofdwood oanH. rlrgantly flnlelied. 8 airing 7 li Orlavcf hill patent
caiitiililvuiirulli'e. our m w pati-nt ovrrHtriinc n le, lu'iiutmil rarvi'd li iinand lyre heavy
acrpi'iillhi! and lurtH fain-) monldliiK roiurj ciiee, mil Iron Krnim-, Fr'etirh (inind Action, (iriid llani
inerK, in ruct evi-ry liiiirnvcnifiil wlilrli inn In hut wav tend to the pcrfiitlou of tlie Inetrimieiil lia
our prlre for thin liiHtrutiinit liox. d nml ilu.hcn d on boiinl tliu car at New York CO f K
wiih line riiiiin ( over. Mool and Hi nk, nnly 0-"i'Jvl.
Tina I'iiuio will ne u nt on teal trial I'leanr H'liil n fi retire It von do not eeml nioncv with oriler. Caeh
.cut with ordi r will l- reiundi il and frcldn clmrcce mlil l. u. I'eili waja If 1 Inno la' not Juft aa rep-
in on" auvi rui-ciiicm. i iioiiaaniin in iiko . Mini lor l iiiiiIucim!. r very liietiiiliii'iil luilywar-
runted for flu- ri nrx.
I 4 XT titj ! I" Jim (with Stool, ("over aril ItooK). Alliirlrlly Flri-tcU.. and cold It Whole
J Ji.iMIO 'Hi'' I'"' lory pilcee Tliei-o llniioe nimleonc oMIic nnefl iliaplaya at the ( entomilal
K.xliililllon, mid were iiiinrilnioii.h rermn nuinlcil for the lltt'tiret llonore. Itia
Siiinrc" rontiilii our New 1'iitint Scale the i-reuleet I to jn ni en I In tliu hMory ol Flanu making. Tho
I'liriulita are the lineal In America. I'ocllively we make lln- Hi eel I'tanoe, of t tit- rlchcat tune auf (treat-i-.t
diiialil uy. They nu- rci'i.mnicndi-d hy the hlhcat p.iiaicnl iiuthoritlr. in the ri.niilry, t vi-r M.HO
In ii.c, rati rl not nm- ilia.ntlelti-d pnrcliUKer. All IMiiniic nml (Manila .cut oil I -' ilnvn teat trial freight
free if uh.'iHhIhi lorv. Itoii't fnll to write lie licl'ore liuvlnir. I'o.stihclj we olkr the m .1 harcain. (at-iiloi;iii-
liuiili'il fn c. lliiiiilMilne llliiHlniti d nl.il III ei riplivc ( iiliilni uc ( i Is li.pt r liilillld lor Ut Ktinili.
Every I'liino fully warrnnluil lor A vi-nra.
AIWI i VLJ Our "1'iirlor (iriuiil .Iiihllec Or:.-!!!!," eljlc .'!."i, i. tliu tlncal and .weetcat tuned Itet-d
lIll lAllk I oa'iiii '"T oflircdtln- innmciil puhllc. It rniitiiln. Five Oclavca, Flvu ail. Hecda,
lour ol i'i, Octave cm h, anil (ino i f three Octnvi a, Thirteen Mop with Orand
Oru'ini --Diapanii, Meloiliii, loin. I lute.t'i Ici-le. Huh ct. Kclio, Mcloilin J uric ( elcetlini, Vlnlina Flule
Kortii, Tn molo. (iruiiil (ircnn itinl (ininil swell, Knee Stopa ll-lyht ' I liu'lu e: l.ciu t li , In ' Width
A in; Wciiihl. Iioxed, aiiii llif. 'I hccase l of aollil wainiil, vcnceril w llh rlmlco wood., iird'uofin
cntln-lv new anil lieniitlliil ile-ii-ii i In l-.inil el v carwil, wlih ral.cd nniiela, mii.lc cln.et IniiiD otand
fretwork. Klc , a'leleenntly llnlshcd Vn.re.ai . tin- liitc.t mid let lniirovi nn-nt, with cn at riower'
(lciih. hrlllliincy and .vinpHiliciir Ciinll!y ef (oi e. Ileaiitllnl eolodlect. rid lii-rk-et alon action'
HiTiiliirnenllprlceJ:,. mr wlioie-ali' i.i I cn-.li price to have tt liitrmliiced, wltb atoul and book
oiilv -ii- oie; ormiii anil other. Fo.ltlv.-ly no ilcvlallon in price T- opavmetit rciiuln d Drill yuii
have nilly tea - d Hi- orumi In your own hotnu We .end OrKana on tr, .lava te.l trial and pay Vrelifh
both wiiy. II lii.trinneni I. not h ri:pre.eiil.-d. Fnllv warraiit. d for ft yeara Other aivliiJ-H aim. r.
nn ..nly fur,; H $ U ..op- tf,. uvyr -.'... .old, and every OrKan h. . , Im XtaHrrt'tit
1'rr'i" iviV1 wVu'?!" t"" "r",,1l,;'11,,,,; K,V'.".,rv nM rcrooina:Ktl. St. and loth Av,
SHEET iMUSK ',,,.'i1' i'1'!1 ''f1',"' HtuioKiie t.r ;Ml choice, pi, cea ..-nt for Sc. 'nnip. This
u" 1 i'i i 'u ' ( all iil'1 i' ii' ii in tniix of li,., ii.ii.n -I..'.. ..... j j
miiKlcal cnmpo-lll,,,,. hv the heat author. A.l.lre. r ' ,"" u,r "'"
MENDKLSSOHN PIAiNOCO., P.0, box 205K. Now York City.
Assurance Society of lie United States.
lizO RKOADWAY NKW YORK
3-G. A. '.BUKNJflTT, Affont;
I Ojrner Twelfth St., unl Wasliinirton Ave., Cairo, Illinois
- ..a.....--' AUX J. KJ
I . ...... ,1
PRICE 50 cents and $1.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freenians' New National
of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
ArUclef from pur
VaeeUno uch aa
Vaseline Cold Cream,
vaseline Camphor Ice.
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
an a.ptn.r i. any auauar
and Diphtheria, etc
Aa agreeable form of tak
ing Vaseline internally.
25 CENTS A BOX.
of all oar good.
AN I) 0 KUANS.