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MRS. LYDIA E. PIMkHAM:
OF LYNN, MASS.
fVv v W1
I MOVE ICE U OP
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
The Po-UItc f'nrn
For all Female Complaints.
Thl proration, M It nam lfrnlfln, conniat of
VegoUiife lTuwrtlM Ikai are harmlce. to Ui moot del
lea invalid. ljn oa trial the menu of tlila Com
pound will be remarnlwd, a it lief la Immediate i and
alien It uaeli continued, In nJwtjr nine cane In a hun.
drad, aprniuuwntcurtlieiT!Ctodithinmi'l IU U
tltj. On ai-rouut of In prove merit.. It it to-day re
commended and pmvrllwd by tb bent plireKlaut la
It will nine entirely the nrt form of falling
of the uu-nii, lirwurrhaa, Irregular and painful
Menitniatlon, all Ovarian Trout. Inflammatkia and
Ulceration, KkK.llngi, all OljpUceim-nts and the roo
equent eplnai weakima, and la eeperlally adapted tit
the Chanf of life. It will dlaaolve and ell tunvir
from lb uterui In aa early 1a- of development. Tli
tendency to caneerouabumunluer la ehrraed very
IpeexlUy by uar,
la ft It baa proTed to I Die great
at and beat reined that hae rr been dtarover
d. It permealM every porUn of the iratem, and g-lv
new llfeand vigor. It remove faiutneae. flatulency, dv
wtroyi all cravtnf for ctlmulanU, and relierre wtAkrvm
f tb torn, h
Si cure Illnatlng, neadarbea, Kirou fret ration,
Oenaral debility, Hkpkaanw, Depreeeion uid Indl
geatlon. That feUn of bearing duitn, rawing pain,
weight and backache, I alvay permanently eared by
Iuuh. K will ( all time, and under all rin-umUn
eee, art In harmony with lb law that gown tb
Fur Kidney Complaint of either art thla eura pound
Lydia i. Pinkhani's Vegetable Compound
la prepared at EJ and t W.wern Avnu. Lynn. Vaee.
rrtcl.W. Sll bottle for YB. Rrul by mail In U
f orm of ptll. alaii In tb f omi of Uvnttr. on rrrl4
of price, l.ae, per tort, for tithrr. Mr. PINK II AH
freely anevieni all Irture of lnutry. hend for pam
phlt Addrej aa alwr HrnUm Mu pnrr.
Ko family ehould be with. Ail I.TIMA K I'lSKHAK'
dVJl PIUA Tbey mr Cnot!atlo. tUluuenee
and Tonud:ty of theljver. ti rente uer boi.
RICHARDSON i: CO., St. I.uin, Mo.
Whole,a a.-etiie fr l.YItIA K. IIS KIIAMh
Vegetirilw ( om pound.
(HHiANS. 1.', etoi.e 4 nt
llele. nlilv t'i'i Aildrrre
IHlikl K litany. Veliibtf
TEACHERS wax j ED! ?:,
- - 1 LJLKtJ $ivi pr mnth. SUadv
work ill and enmtrn r. r'"f pirtUular
dre J. I .MiCl'KUV 4 TO . riiiladi'lphl. !'.
THERKLISH OF TIIK WoKM.
SOLI) IiY ALL tJI'.OCKIiS.
Geo. Woods & Co.'s
QUALITY OF TON K,
Bttiutiful Musical EilWt
Strength and Durability!
J3 e n u t y o iD e s i ir i i
They will nutlimt t! cntnmtni. rln'i tirfune.
whllu llielrniulrl and miTlianlitl iinitllllre rorn
mnd thum to all who wleli etnctly hlli urilf
Asfcnts wiintt'd iii this virinity.
GKO. WOODS cfe CO.,
Double Done Corset.
in mailt! wltliTwo Kuwe of llmirn,
plitrvd titiK upoiiihu iiilmr. on cm ii
Uh. irtt'lnir tl flollhle Hlr liirlli im,i
'uUctlr.lty. itml will porlllvciy not
break, down on tlin llin. .
Hcnt hr mull oil ri" itipt nr f 1 ttf,
rlfil.ll, Ull li.il a viuinKo, in.
ON TIIK MNKOfTHR
WISCONSIN CENTRAL K. K.
For full purtlculBrit, which will bcectit ti ft. lulilrrM
L'H.MII.KH l CUI.IIV,
Land Comnilxelomir, Mllrtnukuc. Wli.
Sri AND UPWARDS. -Purlieu with lluiltcd imp
O lUI duilrlnv to burmiio lulnrveivd In Mining
untiirprUvH, Ktbotuun fliiiirnii, pli'imni'iiil nililreH
for froe proupcctne to J01A1I I'l.KTl'IIMi, Xi
Urotdwny, N, y. city.
iV' .V Mi(',,ll' t 1'llu HW of Ull kltlflea.
Price Ii50 H!nil.ronril(lri.on Piixtnl 'itul lor
pur lllilftmlnd r. rcu Nr. K, HUTU V IIIIU., New
Orford, Adam Co ,
xuuil-iuuil to $IIK) a mouth, (.raduatr
enarannwd pitvlue olUct. Atldn-m Viilimtlnu
llroD., JancHVlllo, le.
AYKAK and nxpci,,,. ti
Aut i. .,Oilt Ht fruo Aiidrua. ,
O. VICKKHV, AiiKuala, Milnv
ftOOQ 1" tn Rootei, and npnnxca, in Outfit
Qt.' ttm. Addro.a P. Hwain A Co.,AuIii.ta,M
THK DAILY UUIjLETIN.
ivaar muhnims (konuiri izcimui.
Only Ifoniiiip Daily in Southern Illinoia.
Olti-tt: Kulletln Buildimc, WauiiittoD Avtinae
Hii liNnriptlon Kat:
Dlly (dttliven-d by carrier) per wk 2ft
l'f mall iin ailvauceione yj 10 (
S'x mimtlie 5 ou
Thrnti month a so
On month oo
Br mail ilu advance) aiiuyuar 'l 00
Hit month J 0o
Thru mmitha ..A
To club of leu and over (per copy) 1 50
Hoatnge In all caaeii prepaid.
Adverllnlnu I u t p :
Flrnt IneiTtlot,, per Kjiiare ft (0
HubauqneiilluiMirtlon, pcrquare 50
K i oii wuuk, per iquare 3 (W
ni ral tiotiie 1 (HI
OMtuarlei and reolutlon paMedhy eo. letle
1 Vatlm and mnrriaf fn-e
Piriil IhNI'Mlnll lii.r nii.ri 1 nn
Hibrtiiri Inm-rtioim .10
a.iia unueoi eunirj nonpareil conetltute a nre
, .''rplaeU advertiaenieut w be charged accord-
.... . ....v.r....,! ...kuto nicw. kuci v in
I ig tw..'ve 1 1 nee of eolid type to the Inch.
'i r'cuinr iivuriier we oner npenor tnnnce
in :iit. I.nili aeto rau-e of charge and manner of
d epla; tiif their favor.
I In. .iiicr may be found on HI at eo. P. Rowell
To ' Ni-w paper Adv-rtilni; llvrean, (10 Hprnre
r .ti where adverlleini! contracta may he made
I r II In New York.
C'omm'iiilcaliotjenpon nh)ectnf general Inlereot
to the public are at all time acceptable. Rejected
nn!iiie:riite will not be p'turned.
I.ellere nnd c.ommnrilratloiiii ehotild be addreued
'it A Humett Cairo llllnoi "
Californirt wiit t tin; I'itsicni otatti.s
.1,(mi,0(hi wnrlii nf fruit lust yew.
A trcntli'iii.'tn in Atiii'iis,(i:i., ir'.niniH l)
In; thn ow ncr of tlif whisMn itliout whicli
liolit'll Huriis v rnltt it b.ilhnl. Itei liistoiy
iliitft hiti k to tlictiiin' wlu'ii Anne of
Ih'lllllilJ k Ul'lit lo Sroll.'lllll with .JllTIK'S
In lint tvvt'iily vf'iiis llii! Coinstot.'k
Ii! hits icMi-i i;,,Vki,oho toiw f tin-,
wliit-li nwritjred .4ii ho per ton making
tin total v:tlue of t lie ore cxtrartpil
f:i:':i,(i71.t;o;,. Of t,i ore tin' golil
fiiimcil l.ri cr fi-nt. in vitluo and tint
hilvcr .O.i per n-nt.
Lomloii itml Nfw York havo nift of
lull! on coinnioii ground. Tlio alioniui
m1iI niatp of the Ktrct't-s has been the itb
forliiii; itiiil i'Xitsicrutin topii: to all tint
inhabitants of cithiT ini.'tropolis, and
politics have Mink into comparative
A Hartford (Conn.) man has invented
n cuiitrivancc for announcing the
Million on railroad trains, which can
! worked by M-am from the engine,
or by electricity, anil a company Inw
been' formed with a capital of .1U0,.MX)
to nianiifactiire it.
The hiMory of (iermtny and of (ier
man literature is beinr rapidly written
in bronze and marble. Toiuecn Ionise
und to (io thii statues were erected in
ReiTiti in the course of last year, and a
committee for the raising of a monu
ment to lcssing lias issued an appeal to
all (iernians abroad for subscription in
aid of the purpoe.
Dr. Villiain A. Hammond says, in
the International .' ri u that he gave
water from Ioiirilis to a pious patient,
calling it something else, and her symp
toms were at once aggravated; but
when he used common water, telling
her it was from the miraculous r.prings,
hhe as ipiickly improved.
Kngine 411 on the Philadelphia and
Reading road is said to be thp nm-t
jHiwerful locomotive in the world. The
boiler is U inches in diameter, with
1K4 two-inch tubes; 10 feet inches
long, nnd a grate area ofTtisipiare feet;
cylinders 'Jl inches in diameter and
inches stroke, tin-inch driving-wheels,
and U,i'.ri.i pounds on tlriving-w lieels.
A bill Ircfnrc thcCalifornia legislature
luovidcs that the widow or children of
any victim of murder, whether tint
murderer be declared insane or not,
shall be empowered to proceed against
him in civil suit'', and if he be dead tho
ai tiiiii niav be brought against his wid
ow am! children, or Ins heirs, adminis
trators, and nsigtis of any kind what
The Hi jmhliijiir Frnnrtii.se say that
Carlyle popularized (lerniaii notion in
Knglamf in "Sartor Resartns." A pro-fes-cd
liberal he wits rooted in the past,
lie denied progress, mocked at civiliza
tion, and adureil force. Iln was a
writer w ithout taste, but endowed with
great imagination, lie had the art of
dressing up eccentrie ideas in taking
Carlyle lias been more fortunate than
wns Oickens in having his wishes in re
gard to his last resting-place obeyed.
iMckcns expressed in writing his tlesiro
that lit' should be buried in a ipiiet
church-yard in Kent. Clerical iulluence
was brought, to liear on t ho family of
the novelist to have his body interred in
Westminster abbey, ami that inlluenco
The ghost of u Mexican bandit is said
to haunt a cell in the jail nl San .lose,
Cal., ami the prison authorities use it
to enforce discipline by playing upon
tlio fears of otVcmlers. A young man
w ho lutil been aentencetl to the chain
gang, and who refused to work on tlio
streets, was placed in his cell, but lifter
passing one night there he gladly went
to work as ordered,
Two hundred and forty-right, yards
of velvet is a pretty tidy pi hi to liavo
concealed about one's person w hen pas
sing the ciistom-lioiist! ollicers, yet thU
is the precise amount which Mrs. Ray
(iordon eonuealtiil beneath her elolliiii"
on landing front the steamship Britan
nic, at New York. Sln-ewd ollicers !
dure that diwens of such eases go un
detected every day a vessel arrives.
Fifty Dollars for a Robol Stamp,
t'luin the Kli'hiiiniiil Vn. Dlapntch.
A gentleman hero has a stanip-ono
of thosit known as "local stamps"
printed for the Piltsylvania Court Houso
olllco after tho secession of Virginia,
and before tho Confederate (lovern
mont had Issued Its stamps, for which
ho is oll'cred by a Northern doaler In
(Mirloidl ics .') cash, lint whleh l hold
tit$HH. Tim stamp in a litlloovoran
Inch souare, i printed with plain type,
In reddish ink, on common whlto paper,
find Is pasted on ft coarse brown en
velope, directed and mailed to a
Lynchburg linn. So far as Is known,
there aro only two llko stamps In existence.
0AIU0 BULLETIN. WEDNESDAY MORNING. MARCH 6 1881.
, Two Beds. .
Tho fashion of ducorution, says a
New York letter, has extended to bed
clothes. Quiltu of white satin, Iinon,
and cotton serve as the ground of em
bellishments by brush, needle, and de
ciilcomanie. Some of those coverings
of sleep mo beautiful as well as gor
geous. Floral designs are most com
mon, but I have seen on a quilt intend
ed for use by a bridal coiiplo a line
iminting of the figures Cupid and
Psyche. Quilts for babies1 cribs aro
elaborated wonderfully by mothers' pa
tient needles. Hy the way, a growing
fashion as to beds, separates husbands
and wives at night. Spaniards, Cubans,
and South Americans always sleep sing
ly. Tho bridal chamber at the Windsor
hotel is at this very timo furnished with
two beds, an extra one having been put
in for a Cuban couple on their honey
moon tour arid the thermometer near
ly every night at zero. A not inconsid
erable number of wealthy New York
families seize eagerly upon foreign cus
toms, and they have now taken up the
ono-in-a-bod idea. Probably they are
right, viewed from the sanitary stand
point, and tho physicians generally en
courage them. Still, some persons gain
by having bod-fellows younger and
w ith greater vitality than themselves,
the scientific conclusion being that the
weaker draw health from the stronger.
This point is involved in a matrimonial
squabble, just now the talk of our fash
ionable society. Mr. A. is CO years old,
and somewhat decrepit. His wife is 80,
buxom and alxninding in ruddy health.
She wanted to introduce the two-bed
fashion. He objected. She urged it on
the ground that all their set were doing
so. Ho would not consent. They
quarreled outright. She refused to
bleep with him. He consulted with law
yers about a divorce, but they told him
her action did not amount to a refusal
of marital rights. So the case stands in
Women's caprices regarding their
beds are sometimes peculiar. The
habit of lookingtinilerthe bed for a man
is invariable, as everybody knows, even
in those women in whom the discovery
of a man might reasonably lie supposed
to cause no fright. Where is the mar
ried man who presumes to inteferre with
his wife's exact management of every
sheet, pillow, and quilt? Maidens are
just as finiky as matrons about their
beds and bed clothes. All the old stor
ies about their circumspection in going
to bed are ba.od on fact. Their niglit
gowns receive alxnii as much attention
as their dresses for day-time wear. The
coy maiden is often as careful as a bride
in arraying herself for sleep. Even beads
arc now quite extensively used in the
embroidery of the bosoms, making a
line surface, truly, to abrade the wear
er's flesh, if she be given to lying on her
face. The day of the night-cap is com
pletely gone. Few old women and no
girls now make themselves frightful by
covering their bends with caps. A new
practice among girls is to sleep with
their hair Mowing free, and the sight of
it spreading out over u white pillow is
certainly very winsome; but there are
tangles in the morning to pay fori!, and
a more sensible plan is to tisca net.
Pink and blue ribbons in knots at the
shoulders, babv fashion, is one of the
new kinks; and the extreme Absurdity
is reached when a night-gown is dis
carded altogether, and the arms, legs,
and bosom are left bare all night by a
mere apology for a chemise. This non
sense, however, is not much indulged
in by respectable women.
Two metals enter into the composi
tion of large lu lls - tin and copper.
The former gives the bell a peculiar
brightness of tone, hut it also renders it
brittle. The lichjiui. use only -W to .'ill
percent, of tin. while the Knglish use
2.r to 111 percent, but the la'ter general
ly make their lu lls thicker.
The reason for this is that instead of
being merely chimed, they are swung
aromd on n wheel which brings the
hammer with gn at force upon the hell.
If the Belgian bell was subjected to the
hard knocks," of its HritUh neighbor,
it would soon crack and be remanded
to the bell foiimlrv. The Belgians do
not ileal their bells such .sturdy blows
as the Britons, but strike them with
hammers, and require a gentler stroke
to call forth their full tone than do those
of Knglish manufacture.
The items of thicknessnml proportion
of the bell are of the utmost importance.
They vary from one-tifteenth to one
twelfth of the diameter at the thickest
part of the sound-bow, nnd the height is
commonly about twelve times the thick
ness. The Knglish bell is about as
broad as it is long, measuring the
diameter from outsiiU rim to rim, and
length from rim to top of cannon. But,
in fact, the thickness of the bell at dif
ferent levels is all important as Hint of
the sound-bow, nnd the diameter of the
crown as critical a dimension as that of
The small hell of the Belgians posses
ses, in proportion to its size, a very
deep, rich tone, and this isprohahlvduo
to tlio wide top-diamctcr, combined
with tho thinness in certain portions of
the side half-way down. 'I ho way in
which altering the thickness nlTcctstho
t4iue, and even tho pitch of a hell, is
shown by the fact that a sharp bell can
lie llatletieil ly shaving oil the metal in
hide about the sound-bow.
Boll-making in Kngland can only be
regarded as experimental, and the
knowledge of the art in Belgium it
rattier empirical than scicutilic.
Origin of Lynch Law.
Albany I.nw Journal.
Judgo Lynch ami Lynch law havo
been usually supposed of American ori
gin; but stinio doubt Is thrown upon
this by tho Pall Mall Cazette, which
ays that the Virginian farmer named
Lynch who flogged a thief with his own
hands "has probably no claim to the
honor ascribed to liim bv a douhlful
tradition." There wits a .tudgtt Lyti 'h
who was sent to America in K1H7-H to
mippross piracy; but the real Lynch Is
said to have been a certain Mayor of
(J nl way, nl the close of tho lifteeiith
century, who became famous for "hang
ing his son with his own hands, out of
nu upper window, in execution of a
death sentence passed niton him for
robbery ami murder." in this country
tlio irginiii Lynch has usually had tho
credit of originating extra judicial pro
ceedings, run! thennnie which had been
given to them probably ilid not come
into genonil use until a m0 compara
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The Sand Blast
Among the wonderful and useful in
ventions of the timo is the common
sand bluM. Suppose you desire a piece
of marble for a gravestone. You cover
the stono with a sheet of wax no thick
er than a wafer, then you cut in the
wax the name, date, etc., leaving the
marble exposed. Now pass it under
the blast, and the sand will cut it away.
Kcmovu the wax and you have tho raised
letters. Take a piece of French plate
glass, say two feet by six, cover it with
line lace and pass it under the blast,
and not a thread of the lace will be in
jured, Let the sand will cut deep into
the glass wherever it is not covered with
Now remove the lace, and you have
every delicate and beuutiful figure
raised upon the ''lass. In this way
beautiful ligures of all kinds are cut in
glass at a small expense. The workmen
can hold their hands under the blast
without harm, even when it is rapidly
cutting away the hardest glass, iron or
stone, but tney must look out for linger
nails, for they" will be whittled oil' right
hastily. If they put on steel thimbles
to protect the nails it will do little good,
for the sand will soon whittle them
away; but if they wrap a piece of soft
cotton around them they are sufe. You
will at once see the philosophy of it.
The sand whittles away and destroys
any hard substance even glass but
tloes not affect substances that are soft
and yielding, like wax, cotton or line
lace, or even the human hand.
Catakuii. Belief in live minutes in
every case; gratifying, wholesome relief
beyond a money value. Cure begins from
first application, and is rapid, radical and
permanent. Ask for Sunford's Badinal Cure.
Complete tor $1.
A Fair Chance.
Kquality, too whatever equality may
or may not be ju.st or possible; this, at
ieast, is just, and, I hope, possible
that every man, every child, of every
rank, should have nn "equal chance tif
developing all that is in him by nature;
an equal chance of acquiring a fair
knowledge of those facts of the universe
which specially concern him, and of
having Ids reason trained to judge of
them. I say, whatever equal rights
men niny or may not have, they have
this right. Let every boy, every girl,
have an equal and sound education. If
I had my way, I would give the eanie
education to the child of the colder
and to the child of the peer. I
would set- that they were taught the
same things and by the same method.
I-ot them all begin alike, say I. They
will be handicapped heavily enousrh as
they go m in life, without our hand
icapping them in their lirst race. What
ever stable they come from out of,
w hatever promise they show, let them
all train alike and start fair, and let tho
best colt win. L'harhs Kiiitmlcy.
"A'hkn I publicly tcbtilied that I had
been cured of a terrible skin humor by the
Cuticura Ki inedii s, I did so that others
might be cured, and do not res ret the time
given to answering imiuiries." Hon. Wil
liam Taylor, Boston.
Help! Help! Help!
The lord helps those who help themselves;
The christian pools prate,
Spring Blossom always helps all those,
Whose blood's in an impure state.
Prices: $1., ol) cents, and trial bottles 10
Bk wisk; simply call on your druggist
for "Dr. Seller's Cough Syrup," when you
have a cold or cough. 2o cents a bottle.
Br. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the aire for all Netve Diseases.
All tits stopped free. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
HT NAM HO AT
At I'hil llnvturd' old etnnd,
'IM1E BEST OK FKKSIt MEAT OK ALL KINDS
I alwny on band in larw q nanilili', anil imp
piled to ftoamhoau at ali hour. John Made, well
ktiMV.il to river men. v. Ill bu found aboard all bout
lo take order for tin at.
pOLUMBl'S, HICKMAN, NKW MAI)
nil) a.v'm TiPTnwir r t.'
M. J. TURNER, Master.
J. K. MUSE, Clerk.
Leave Cairo every Monilnv and Friday Tor thu
abiivti point. For freight or paH;t apply at No.
heaving Cairo uvcry day, except Sunday, a follow
ON TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
jsaaJNo. s. iiopkins
ON WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
3tf II. T, DEXTER.
ON THURSDAY AND MONDAY.
,TAM KH HiOOH PaMiitiuor and llrket
Meid. Olllie corner Kulh and Ohio Uvea. Tick
et, .uiil to all point Kant by river and rati.
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Woijth Its Wekjiit ix Gold.
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RHEUMATISM, SPRAINS, BRUISES.
RHEUMATISM, SPRAINS, BRUISES.
RHEUMATISM, SPRAINS, BRUISES.
CKOlII 011 " MWITHERIA
IxRK S' CK0UI 011 DIPHTHERIA
COKJIIS, CKOUP OR DIPHTHERIA
Sold hy all Druggists.
Co to PAUL G. SCII Ull, Druggist,
inrs. ror urigntness mid durability
pounds, price 15 cents.
Used and approved by the leading PHYSI
CIANS of EUE0PE and AMERICA.
The most Valuable
CATARRH, HEMORRHOIDS, Etc. Also for
. Conea. Colds, Sore Throat, Croup
Try them. 25 and 50 cent sizes
GBAD MEDAL AT TIIK PHILADELPHIA " v"a " JUAj
MLVLtt MEDAL AT THE PAKI8 EXPOSITION. COLGATE &CQ.,H.Y,
For sale by ('. AV. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
Will make, for tlie next 60
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PIANOS .AND OEGANS.
81150 Square Cnuul 1'iaiio for only S24-5.
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aerpenlltie auil larL-e fi.ney tnotildlnir round ene.
mer, In flict every liiiirovetnent whleh can In uny v.uv t I ct lo the pirftcllou of the Instrument has
ilut 'price for title. ItiKtrunienl hoxeil aud dellvireil on board the car al New York CO I R IU
with Due I'iano Cover, Sloul and Hook, only V-i-hrVt
I'ln I'tano will ne unit on teat trial. I'leaae Kend rel'i reiire ll von do not ctii niotiey with order. C'neh
eent Wllh ordi r will be ri fnndi'd nnd freight iharu'i e . aid bv tii" liolh waj If I limo I not Juet a rep
reeenti d Ih thl advertlnenient, Thoueaiitls In ue. ISeml for Catalogue. Kvery Itietiiitnent fully war
ranleil for Ave yi nr.
1)1 VU l,'" JKKMwIlh Stool, Cover and Hook). All elrltlly Klret elaa and old al Whole
1 ale lai lory juice 1'heee i'laiio niarieotie ol Hie llncel tltejilay at the Ceuteniilal
Kxbiblliiin, and wem iinunimoiieh rerummeiideil fur the llb'lieet Honor. Th
Square contain our New I'alent Srale, the crealeet liuiiroveiiutu In the hlelory of I'lano maklnit. The
t'lirlu'hl nre the Uncut In America. 1'onlihclv wr make I llreet I'lamie. nt the rhbi et t anit oreet.
eet durabllily. '1 hey are reei niniriirlod by t Ik- blheal hiiihIchI aiilliorllli In the i i utitry. (iver U.n O
In ue, and not one dlntllled ptirehaHer. All 1'liinn ami (iruati aent u K data teet. trlal-freluht
free If iinaatlafaetorv. Don't lull lo write, nn berore IhivIhk, llialtlvelj we nHcr the neat, bartalli. t at
uIimjup mailed free. J Iiiiwtcotiio llltiatnileil anil DcuriliiUe t utuli rue i,f -x jia'i n.ailt n for lh- ptan.u,
Kvery l'liino fully wiii ranled for S year.
I A "r ",,irl"r rnnil Jubilee Oa'iin." etyle Vi, t the flncel and tweeter! toned Feed
1Iil.iri.ilO ort!'i ever oll'rred the tmieiciil imlillr ll contain l'lve (Iclnvc. Five et Heed,
four of S'i Octave each, and one of three tlcliivea. Thirteen Slim with lir.nrf
'rgan DiaHon, Meloiliii, Viola, Hiue.CeleHle, Dnlcet. Kcho, Meloilia Kuril', t flollna, Vlollna, Vltite-
rorle, l ri innlo. iiranil tirirnn anil (inimt well, hue
4 In: WulL'ht. boxed. .IIKI lb. The cane I of aolld
entirely new and he atitllul dealini. elalioriiti lr carved,
fretwork. Kle., allelet'antlv llniched I'oeei-eei' the liiteel and beet Improvement, wllh treat Dower
depih, hrillliiney and aynipiithetlr (iiullly of tone. IIchuiiIuI rolo illecla ai d jterlect elop artton'
Iti'irular re all price ISA. Our wholeeale net i neh rlcc to have ll Introduced, with tool and book'
oiilv f 'C-B one oran aell other, i'oeltlruly Mi ilevlalloti in price paymcnt renulred nntll vou
have fully lened Die ornu !n your own home. W e kcntl nil Uripina on 15 tlav tet trial and pay freluht
both wave If Inxtrumctii Ih not a retire-enied. Kullv warrant) d for 5 Vl'Kri llttlllM HI 1 I net. Si et.,M .
can only ; H "lop". "; I I iop. $ll.'i. Ovur .T-'.'hh old, and every CiiKn ha given iho fullett at-
leliirlloti. Illiielnilml clreular mulled tree, l'aelorv and wareroom. R7il, m ,.,! inf v, a ...
S H K KT M I !S I ( ) i1.' ,hlr!1 '', 'T' VMnmP" r ' 0 cho,M ''It ea sent ror c 'amp. This
OJJJiii l Jl V0.1" I slahiKlie Include mo! of the popular music of the dav anil evervv.rlet
ntiihilrnl ntn mmi I loll . hv thn linsit niithMrst A 11
miiHlrnl oompnmtliin, hy the liont nuthnrn, Audrcpn,
MKNDELSSOIIN TIANOCO., 1.(). box 205a, New York Vity.
THE E QC IT A BLEIIFB
Assurance Society of tlio United States.
lO liKOADWAY NJHV YOKK
1Z. A.. 33TJI7.2ST1STT, Apont.
Ojruer Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois,
! L. .
PRICE 50 cents and $1.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Frtcmans1 New National
ol color ure unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
Article from par
Vaseline urh a
Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor Ice.
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
are aoperlor te iaj alaliar eoe
and Diphtheria, etc
An tereeable form of tak
ing Vaseline internsXy.
oc rrm a nnv
of all oor goods.
MO 11 A sOa
days only, a Grand Offer of
full Iron FrSme. Kn-iirh .rH i,, ,,7 j ' ,.!
No. ll' lulit .1 Itiebee: l.enilh. In; Width
walnut. elieett d w lib rholcn ui,.u ,m .2
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