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MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAMi
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
The PosIHts Cnre
Tor all Female Complaints.
Thl praptratiua, M IU KArnt iR-slnX, cmulat of
vagnabl Propnrtls iruu arc turole to the moat del
fcaUumlliL Upon 00 trial the merit of thil Com
Sound will be rero(nland, M relief I litunediata i and
hea tu tun I continued, In ninety nln. cms in a bun.
drad,apennanentrarlieiretl,utbouianda will t
tlf r. On account of It provgn merit, It U (o-dy r
aomnwndMl and prescribed by the twit pbjilclani In
the country. '
It will cure entlrtlf the wnrat form nf falUnf
of the Menu, Unicorrbn. Irregular and painful
Meutmation, all Ovarian Trouble, Inflammation and
Ulceration, flooding, all Dl placement and tba con
equent aplnal weakne, and 1 wperlall adapted to
tbe Chang of Ufa, It will dlaaolr and eipel tumor
tram thautenuln an early atage of derelopment. The
tendency to nancerou bumor there U checked very
IpeedUy by IU uie.
In fact It ha proved to he the great,
eat and bed remedy that ha arer beea discover
ed. It permeate every portion of the yteni, and give
a life and rigor. It remote faintnee. flatulency, de
stroy all craving fortlmiilant,nd relieve weaknea
of the atomach
ft cure Bloating, Ileadachea, Kerroua Prostration,
Oeneral Debility, Rkeplrannra, Depreeaion and bull
geetlon. That feeling of bearing down, causing pain,
weight and backache, la always permanently cured by
It us. It will at all time, and under all rtrcumstan
tea, act In harmony with tba Uw that f orarn Ui
For Kidney Complaint of either i this compound
lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Is prepared at SSand Vt Wetrn Avenue. Lynn, Mass.
frlos $1.00. tu bottle for fA'A Sent tiy mall In tba
form of pills, sivi In tbe form of Iaium, on receipt
of prtc. 11.00. per box, for either. Mr. II.VKiUM
freely answers all litter of Inquiry Send for pam
phlet Address as alaove Xmti.m thit ;i;r.
Ko family shwildtawith'Hit I.YDU E. I'lSKHAM'
LrviU TUi.1 They riire Cin-til..D. tuiuuirji
aadTorpldlty of the Liver. rati per levt
RICHA.KD.SOX & CO., .St. Louis, Mo.
Wholesale asenl fr.r I.YDIA K, I'fNKII AM'S
Vegetable Com pound.
X EW AI)VKRTINF.AI ll.NTS.
"ni? 4 rwpT'C oki.ans. r nop 4 t
liri I I I iKeed. only 'iT Addrcs
Daniel 1 lieattv. W 'ashlui!-
work all srli and summer Fr ptrticular ad
dresa l . C.Mitl'KItY Jt CO . Philadelphia. I'a.
THE RELISH OF THE WRM.
HOLD BY ALL GROCERS.
Geo. Woods & Co.'s
QUALITY OF TONE,
Beautiful Musical Effect
Strength ami Durability!
Beauty of Design
They will outlast all common, cheap Organs,
while thelrmnaical and mechanical qua) lti-H com
mend them to all who wish a trict high grade
Agents wanted in tliis vicinity.
GEO. WOODS ct CO.,
Double Bone Corset.
Ismado with Two Rows of Hones,
placed one upon me oiner. on earn
iside, (.'IvliiR it diul)lo str nctti and
laptlr.ltv. and will nosllivuiv not
break down on the side.
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pent nv mail uu rr,-i,i vi
FIELD, LEITKH CO., cnu auo, ill.
500,000 Acres UttJlllo
ON THE LINE OKTH B
WISCONSIN CENTRAL R. R,
For full partlcularB, which will be sent liee, nlilr B
CHAUI.KS l CUI.IiV.
Laud t'oinmlmloncr, Milwaukee. WW.
$K AND UI'WARDH. Pitrtle with limited nip
tj lul dwilrliig to become iiilerenleil lu Mlnlnx
enterprlau, at hottoni flunres, nleae eml nddrens
for free prospoctn to JOSIAII t'LliTCUKH, .17
Uroatlway, N. V. city.
1 0 000 ?,A1E-NTKHH are now iihIiib our New
oV' .Vn M,icUI,,, File 8awa of all kinds.
Price 1 92.Ms. Homl your address on PiikIhI Cm (1 for
our Illustrated r.lrciilur. K. KOT11 & bKO., Now
Orford, Adams Co , l'a.
XUUllj-llLCU to Jim a month, flradnalea
guaranteed paving ofllcea. Addreaa Valentino
Bros., Janenvllle, Wis.
A V E A R and oxpnuaea to
RRont". Outfit froo Address. P.
O. VICKKHV, Augusta, Mains
a rear to agent, and expenses . la Ontftt
"'free. Add P. Hwain Sl Co..Auirns M.
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inn to the spare occupied, at above rate. there be-
lofiwuive linn ot solid type to tbe Inch.
To reirular advertisers We offer inperlor Induce
ments, both as to rate of charges and manner of
d splaying their favors.
I his pajier may be found on Ble at tieo. r. Itowell
ft Co.'s Newspaper Advertlslnc Bireau. (10 Snruce
street) where advertising contracts may be made
f r It in New Tork.
Communication upon subjects of general Interest
to the public are at all times acceptable. Rejected
m luusi rlpts win not im returned.
t.e'tcrs and eommnnicatlons should be addressed
"B.A.Burnett Cairo Illinoi"
H' f'iTinr t' ti'.-ulo marks Uu? Carpet
Truilii .' ri ir hiiys tliat (iiiltunbcr won
a Miit iilioiit one, aul that llio Knlili
rarliiuiH'iit iuitliorizii'1 tlmiii as uarly as
the thirttM'iith rt-nturv.
It li:is bfi'ii iliscovcrcil that an atl
flivss ilHivt-ri'd hy tlm rrpsi'lcnt of tho
Vi-riiioiit I):iirymen's AKHociation was
taken, i-xccpt a short pitsvao conicniri
in hjuniou.s articlf of food, from Dr.
Tin! rii'hi'st mine in New Mexico, now
worth .'!. Mio.'c'A w-m originally sol'l
for .'i in hi!vr. a little M duit and
an old revolver. Hut they don't all
turn out mo well.
The man fur whom Carrie. Stewart,
aeed 14, kille.l herself at Elpn, 111..
whs just three; times her own ape, but
her heart was m sf:t upon marrying
him that, w hen her iiarent.s locked her
tip, she took pni'in.
Lee wa.s a captain of police in St.
Louis, a few years an, and Bitland a
nerpeant under him. Ix-n was a di.sei
jiliiiarian, and by hi. strictness made
an enemy of lioland. Lately Holand
was, through political inllueiice, made
nconiniisMoiier. One of his first acts
wax to remove Lee from the command
of an important precinct to one in the
.suburbs. The disgrace has driveu Leo
The, Cross of th L?gion of Honoris
counted especially honorable when worn
by a trade-man in France. A legionary
who;," through the BankrtipteyCourt
ceases ffiso facto to l'lonp to the order.
To be decorated is to be sure of credit.
Merchanti therefore strive hard to ob
tain the decoration, which must not be
paraded in advert i.-i'inents, or on trade
circulars or card-.
Prof. Carnelly of Slicflield ha shown
that liquids can be reduced to a solid
or frozen slate and still retain their
heat. In order to convert a solid into
a liquid, the pressure must be above a
certain point. As long, therefore, as
the necessary pressure is maintained,
no amount of heat will liquefy it. By
observing this law, Prof. Carnelly sue
ceded in freezing sonm water in a glass
vessel which remained so hot as to bum
I'p to twenty years upo the widow of
a peer became, at her husband's death,
supposing him to have a successor in
his title, "the Dowager Countess," or
whatever the title might be. But at
length one or two ladies, widows of
peers, whose honors had descended to
their eldest son by a former marriage,
discarded tbe Dowager before their
names in favor of their Christian
names. Thus the widow of Lord Ailes
bury became ''Maria. Marchioness of
A" and lady Waldegrave, whose hus
band's title passed to a cousin, wrot
herself 'Frances CountessWaldegrave."
Soon Dowagers who were Dowagers
without doubt, being mothers of reign
ing peers, must needs, to try and make
the world forget how times Hies, adopt
the same idea, until now there is scarce
a Dowager to bo found in the peerage.
A terrible experience, almost unique
in military anuals, is recorded by a
coiTCspomletit at the Cape of Good
Hope in connection with the march of
tho Diamond-Field Horso to the scene
of operations in Ha.siitoland toward tho
end of la.st year. During a terrific
thunder storm a Hash struck the roop,
bringing seveuteen horses with their
riders to the ground, and killing ten
men and rive horses on tho spot. Tnoso
who were not killed were alt seriously
injured, and it was long before anima
tion could bo restorod in the case of
seven of the men. The bits and stirrup
irons of I lie whole number were black
ened, and many of tl, nn,n, though
personally uninjured, had their clothing
rent by the force of the electric dis
charge. The greatest dilllculty was
naturally experienced in preventing a
general stampede among tho frightened
Profit, SI, 200.
"To sum it up, six long years of bed
ridden sickness, costing $200 per year,
total $1,200 all of this expense was stop
ped by thrt-e bottles of Hop Bitters, taken
by my wife. She has dona her own
housework for R year since, without the loss
of a day, and I want everybody to know
it, for their benefit." N. E. Farmer.
When Found Make a Note of.
"Whnn found make a note of" Spring
BloBsom cures Bright's Diseaso of tho Kid
neys, and also the terrible complaint called
stono in the bladder. Prices : $1 SO cents
and trial bottles 10 cents.
CAIRO BULLETIN: FKIDAY MORNING, APRIL 1,
THE BIOSinCANCE Of CKKTAIN FASHINrt
LVKKTM CAKKFITLT ANALYZED,
AND BOMB VALUABLE TRUTHS DKUIVED
Clilcairo Tribune. Jan. 8
Tbe rcceut sad death of Mr. J. . Armour liy tuat
terrible complaint, BrlKlit's diseasa of the kidneys,
is a striking Instance of tb alarming Increase of
kidney and liver dltllculilus in this country, and
brings the subject so nromlnently befare the com
munity as to make it oue of proeuiluent Import
ance. Tbo Interest which so vital a topic liu
awakened.liolliln the Kat and In the Went, the
talKltba utxasloued, and thu attention It Is at
tracting from the best cientltlc and medical (kill
which the luud affords, have prompted the making
of some iijvustifc'atloni.
The prevalence of kidney difficulties being a fact
which needM no liivintlpatlon. the important and
valuable truth mimt be those which will nhow bnw
thu Increase of these ilncaH can be stopped, or,
bring lu existence, how they ran be cured. In a re-
cent lecture by Dr. Charles Craig, delivered before
the Metropolitan Kremlin Ansoclotlon, and which
has been published quite extensively, he makes spe
cial nieutlon. and in a must emphatic manner, f a
certain specific recently disi overed, which is an ab
solute cure fur Bright dinease, sa wellns all miuor
kidney and liver disorders
To test tbe alidily of ih statement nude by
Dr. Crai, a collection of such d.itu as could be.
found was nude, ami, after numerous Inquiries and
Invttllgatlou, the following facts wore secured:
A call v.niaii.'attheext(rislvustc)reofC..levne,
No. IW and Hi! Madison Sweet. Mr. Jcvnelnl'o
duccd the Investigator to Mr. Frank A. CMand. a
gentleman in his employ, whose fatlier. Mr. Samuel
Clelsnd. wnn knori to have been very low with
kldnevdis.-as-!. Mr. Cleland enld: -My father was
treated by a host o doctors, and tried any fjiiantlty
of medicine, but he got so bad that not ouly he.
hut all his friends had given up hopes of his recov
ery. He wan tlria'ly recommended totry Warner's
Safe Kidney and Uver Cure, and all I can say is.
that he Is to dayas well a man as there is in Chi
cago. We do not, any of us, know anything about
the remedy, hut it did a wonderful thing lu curing
nv father, aud if he was In the city now he. would
tell you so better than I can, for he la an old jour
nalist and knows how to talk to newspaper men."
At the first window in fie W.-st Division Post
Ollice, corner of Halstedand Washington streets,
Mr. A.y Brown, tbe head of that envision, was
found. Upon being (uestioi. d, Mr. llrowusald:
"Well, sit, my wjfu wam a terrible condition for
more than five years She seemed to have a com
plication of diseases, culminating in Bright's tlis
ease, and she had been doctored all the way from
Han Kraiieiccolo Chicago. I have frequently seen
her tal: upon the floor Insensible, and I never ex
peeled she would get up ugaln. Indeed, I never
wnt home but I was prepared tu find her laid out
dead. She tried everything we could think of. and
the doctors were ail very kind. At lat she began
taking Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, and
the etVct was very marked at once. She re
gainvd her strength and spirits, has been able to
attend to all her Unties, and the terrible sinking
spells she f. rmcrlj had have never relumed. I
consider It a most marvelous cure, and I cannot
speak of the remedy ton highly. Upon ray recoin
meodatl .n tuy father In -law, Mr. Lathrup. who was
also terribly afflicted with kidney trouble, beijan
using the same remedy, and was not only entirely
cured, but also relieved of a most painful st.lcture.
I would also state that one or our letter carriers
who took Warner's Safu Kidney and Liver Cure
upou my recommendation has found It beneficial,
and has been enabled to return to his post "
Pr T. T. OliTcr. who was conversant with Mrs.
Brown's case, was called upou atbls residence, No.
M: Cottage Grove avenue His open countenance
and long, sunwy beard Indicated an intelligent and
well informed man When asked concerning tho
case of Mrs Br wd be said that she had been in a
most precarious condition. Her heart aud lungs
were badly affected, owing to the diseased condi
tion of her kidneys and liter, and the liability!"
sudden death had been mmluent.
"You consider then, Doctor. that Warner's Safe
Kidne, and Liver Cure was the efficient element in
iffecting her cure, do you?"
"Most decidedly, " answered the Doctor, 'and
hercure seems to he permau-. nt as it is gralifv
A visit was then paid to the office of Mr. E. St.
John, General Passenger and Ticket Agent of the
Chicago, Kick Maud Pacific Kuilroad Company.
Mr. Melviu II Koblnson, In one of the. depart
ments, received the scribe most courteously He
s ated that, sometime auo, his wife hud been at
tacked by a most serious kidney difficulty, imme
diately following gestation. This occurred while
they were residing at the Knt. and they employed
seiiipof the ablest phvsleian in New York City
In spite ol all, however, Mrs. Uobinson grew worse,
and finally the well known Dr. Hio klvn recom
mended the use of Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver
Cure as a last resort . The effect of the remedy was
most surprising, and resulted in a perfect a lid per
manent cure. Mr. Kohinson stated that, upon hia
recommendaMun. Mr. .1. P. Woodbury, who is em
ployed in the same oflice bad used the remedy In
the case of his wife, and with the same favorable
results experienced by Mrs. Koblnson.
A call was next made at McVicker's Theater,
where the reporter found Mr. James T. (Jiuson,
who has beeu connected with the theater fra num
ber of years. Mr. liibson stated that he had boen
afflicted hy a terrible kidney difficulty, which threat
ened to become hrlght's disease, and gave him the
most intense pains. He had continued at bis post,
however, although there were times wbou ho hud
felt that it was almost impossible to do so. War
ner's Safe Kidney aud Liver Cure had relieved him
entirely and he considered it the best remedy far
kidney and liver troubles that had over beeu dis
covered. I'poii being laterrognted. Mr. J. H. MrVlckersaid
that Mr. (libson had been in his employ for a num
ber of years, aud w hile he did not personally know
ol the sickness to w hich ho referred, Ins statement
could he relied upon.
The next call was at the wholesale grocery eslab
llshment of Franklin McVeigh Co , corner of
Wabash Avuune and Lake Street. Mr. A M. Haw
son. the manager, said: "I have hud serious kid
ney troubles for a uuiuhur of years, aud have suf
fered considerably in consequence. I have tried
numerous doctors and various remedies, and, Html
lv, upon the recoiiiuieuiiatlon of a friend, I whs In
duced to use Warner's Safe Kidney and Litter t'tire.
I took it, lu connection with a diuretic, and am
happy to say it has cured me entirely."
Mrs. II. Saunders, residing t ill West Ohio
street, stated Hint knlh she and her mother had
tried nearly every rmnedy for the peculiar troubles
towhich they had been subjected, but without re
lief until they secured Warner's Safe Kidney and
LtverClire. This remedy had done for them what
both doctors and medicines had failed to do -It had
The reporter then called on Mr. W. II. Klagg. No.
loOS West Lake street Mr. KlagR has resided in
Chicago since the city was In Its Infancy, but thu
fact that he wnsthoroughly acclimated dirt not pre
vent him trom havlntf serious kidney and liver dis
orders, lie had Irled various doctors, and experi
enced some temporary relief, but It was not until
lie had tried Warucr'e Sale Kidney and Liver Cure
that he knew what it was to be well. As an evi
dence of tho effect of the remedy, he stilled that ho
bad been up for five night attending his sick w ife,
and. although he was somew hat tired, tbe r.xerilon
had not effected liim otherwise. Stu b a test as this,
ho thought, conclusively established thu tuerllsof
Messrs. Van Srhaaek, Htcvcnson A Co. , proprie
tor of tlm "Old haliiinauderdrughonse, corner of
Lake and Dearborn streets, In conned Ion with
their extensive wholesale drug business, have de
voted mnch attention to the effects which various
remedies have had. Mr. Peter Van Miauck said:
"I have an unusual opportunity to Judge of the
popularity or unpopiilurltv. merit or demerit, of
different remedies, and I have w atrhed with Inter
est the effects following the use or Warner's Safe
Kldnuy and Liver Cure. Home of tlm cases of which
I have learned are simply wonderful, and It Is cer
tainly the mostefflclont remedy for Bright's dlseass
hi ' lmVSr.rn ,u''! nfJ f coarse "any remedy
ii Tn ...?hr .,,',,t ,. '""" will he absolutely
Lmih .! .n 0JS"""nml" 'r 'r kltlnev aflVctlous
JI! ihr.r..n .mnn""i "oiUrmlnglv Increas
Ing. I have seen a ureal, ileal of Its cUbcta. and I
caneordlally recommend the remedv "
ihli'mnT.i0 m rr?wn from the'above fuels are
kidney aud liver disorders It, time, and by tha
n?a,n"rh chhMl"Junilm,n the best and most
efficient wherever employed.
1 tttM '
C0STIVENTO:::::::z::v: :PIMPLES AND BLOT cMs::
Good Points of a Horse.
In buying a liorso, look first to his
liead ami eyes for sirens of intelligence,
temper, courage and hotienty. L'nleHs
a liorso lia bruins you cannot touch
him to do any thirty well. If bad quali
ties predominate in a horse, education
only serves to enlarge and intensify
them. The head is the true indicator
of disposition in the horse. A squaro
niuz,lqwith large nostrils evidences an
ample breathing apparatus and great
lung power. Next, seo that he is well
cut tindor the jowl, with jaw bones
broad and wide apart under tho throt
tle. Breadth and fullness between the
ears and pyeu is always desirable. Tho
eye should be full and hazel in color;
ears small and thin, and thrown well
forward. The horse that turns his ears
back until they almont meet at tho
point is not to be trusted. He is a
biter or a kicker, and is sure to be vi
cious in other respects. A horse with a
dishing face is cowardly, and a coward
ly brute, besides being naturally vi
cious, can never be trained to do any
thing well. A horse with a rounding
nose, tapering forehead and a broiul,
full place below tho eyes, is always
treacherous and mischievous. Avoid a
long-logged, stilly hore. Select one
with a short, straight hack and rump,
withers high and shoulders sloping,
well set back and broad, with good
depth of chest, forelegs short, hind legs
straight, with the hock low down, short
pastern joints, and a round, mulish
foot. By observing the above hints a
horse may lie selected that is graceful,
good-natured, serviceable, and a prize
to the owner. Turf, Field mid harm.
KKAZIEll's HOOT 11ITTI.KS.
If you are weak, or languid, use Frazicr's
If your flesh is rLbby and ymir com
plexion sallow, use Frazicr's Bitters.
If you live iu a malarial district, use
If worn down with the care cf children,
use Frazicr's Bitters.
If you have got the blues, use Frazicr's
If you have kept late hours and lived
coutrarj to the lawsol health, use Frazicr's
If you need toning up, take Fiaz.icr's
If you Lave abused instead of used na
ture's gitts, use Frazier's Bitters.
If you feel old before your time, uc
If life has become a burden and vou have
gloomy forebodings, ue Ftazier's Hitters
If your bauds tremble and your eyes have
grown dim, Frazicr's Hoot Bitters will
make you feel young again. Sold by all
druggists everywhere at the low price njl 00
per bottle. r hank S. IIk.nkv Co.,
Over the Hills to the Boueviirds.
Sraignt to the Boneyurd people go who
neglect too long the danger signal of ap
proaching consumption, a hacking cough
But with Dr. Thomas' Fclectric Oil for a
safeguard the peril is averted. It is a su
perlatively fine remedy also for rheuma
tism, jules, soreness, hurts, etc?.
DiuooisTs say that Lydia K. Pinkham's
egctable Compound is the best remedy
for female weakness that they ever beard
of, for it gives universal satisfaction. Send
to Mrs. Lydia h. nnkliani, 2d.f Western
Avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
Af Phil Howard's old aland,
fl'lll-: lU'STOK KRKSII MEAT OK AIL KINDS
A alwiiy- on hand lu laree q tint. titles, and sup-
Iilled to steamboat at nil hours. John (.lade, well
;nwn to river men, will he found aboard all bouts
to take orders lor nuut.
nOLl'MBl'S, HICKMAN, XKW MAI)-
HID ASM) TIPTCLNVILLR.
M. .1. Tl'RXER, Master.
J. K. MUSK, Clerk.
Leave Cairo every Tuesday and Friday for the
above points. For freight or passage applr to
Office, cor. Sixth and Ohio Levee.
lh ll'urest and Kent Medicine erer Made.
Aoelmbluatlon of Hop, Buchu, Mnn
draklnii Dandelion, wHhslI the best nd
moKteaurativopreiHirtias of all other Hitters,
niknthoirrot(t Blood Purifier, Liver
Rag U ln tor, aadursaiid Hwllli Hestoruui
No illm-u bU pns"lhy W ' wh,r "P
Uittersare ud,rtiHl sud perfect are their
noTtlra aiwUlfiul vigor toUtigiiutlBllta.
To all who aminploytneiits cause Irrflvutsri
tjufthebowelBorVoniT onrans, or whn n
unlrean AnwtlaerV Tonic and mild StlmtiUuit,
lion Dittor ail wraiV0bl Without lntO
No nwiUT what your fpelfnus or STmptoms
are what the disease or aliwnent I use Hop lilt-
tors. Don't wall until jour out ir jrnii
ouljr feel bid or miaerahlsAose'liem at one.
It may your llfo.il bail11 d hundmls.
1500 will be paid for a oal"s they will not
siirsnrheln. Do not urrsror'"t T01"' frlsmls
sutTer.txit uss and urg thmn w Hop
Its member, Bnp nitter Is noVUs dnutavd
itninksa nostrum, but the Pueestw" Dent
MiMlletns erer made : the "IKVilJtwav niHID
nd HIIMI" and no person or family
shouia do wiinnui mam.
n I A.litn absolut and Irrsslatlhla
finllninkonness.useof opium, totiaeco and
lumMiite. au eni nr nruwnn.
(or Olrcular. Mttn If-, t.,
rncniwr.n.T snn rornnro. f tnt.
by PAUL (I. SCIIUii, (Lfioi'im B
Eclectric gifc Eclectric
Worth Its Weight in Gold.
IT POSITIVELY CTJHES
RHEUMATISM, SPKAINS, BRUISES.
HIIEUiMATlSM, SPRAINS, BRUISES.
RHEUMATISM, SPRAINS, BRUISES.
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Sold hy all Druggists.
(!o to PAUL O. SCHI'II, Dru'r''i3t,
Dyps. For lirihtnm nnd tJuriiliility of
pounds, price 15 cents.
Used and approved by the leading PHYSI
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
The most Valuable
SKLN DISEASES, RHEUJttATISM,
CATARRH. HEMORRHOIDS, Etc. Also for
. Concha, Colds, Sore Throat, Croup
MrTry them. 25 and SO cent axzea
CBAXO MFD A I, AT THE PniLADKLPIIIA EXPOWITIOM.I i
(ILVtU MEDAL AT THE PARIS EXPOSITION. COLGATE &C0..N.Y.
For sale by C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
Mendelssohn Piano Co.
Will make, for tlie next GO days only, a Grand Offer of
PIANOS AJSTD OUGLlSrS.
$850 Square Grand 1'iano for only 52 i5.
STYTK ii Mnxnlilrctit ItiwwoodcftKii, oleiinutly llnlflieil,3 trine 7 '-3 Octire ftill patent
serpentine nnd lare fancy moulding round irhv, full lrun frame, Knnrh lirand Action, Orand 11am
mem, in fact every Improvement which can In out war tend to tbe perfection of the Inatrument ha
tVOur price forthl Inatrument boxed and delivered j hoard fho car at New York flN) K Art
with fine I'latio Cover, Stool and Book, only C- A'W.VV
This 1'iano will be aent on teat trial. I'lcafe aeiid refintire It yon do not end money with order. Cah
Hem willi order will lie refunded and freight ehnrue paiil hv tia both way if Piano f not Juft as rep
reaenteii in thin sdvertlsement. Thousand In ine. Send for ( aliiloune. Kvrry Inntninimt fully war
rimtid for live vear.
1)1 4 TL1 l'ttto HKI(wllh Ntnol, Cover and Hook). All atrirtly FirM cla and sold at Whole
J J A ll li sale factory pticea These I'tnnos made one ot the lineal display at the Centennial
Kihlliltlon, and were tinanlmoual) recomniendid for tha Illeheat Honors. The
Siimre contain our New I'alent (Scale, the creates! improvement in the history of l'lano making. The
I;iriehts are the lineal In America. I'ositivelv we make the llnest I'ianoa, of the richest tune ana creat
or durability. They are rectimmended hy the hinheat mualral aulliorltle in the country. Uver 14,WH)
iu use, ana tint onu nissatisllerl nurcliaser, All I'luno nun itruaiia sent on lr ilaya lest trial freight
tree If tiHsitlst'itrtory. Don't fail to write us before biivniL', I'naillvei we oiler the nest hamalns. Cat-
aloctue mailed frep. Handsome Illustrated and Ilescrlpiivc Catiiloue if lh page mailea for Sc stamp.
Kverv I'luno fully warranted for ft vear.
filM A TU -'''r "I'nrlor Oiand Jnhllre Oik-nn." style :!.', is the finest and sweetest toned Reed
Will frill n "rirun ever oll'ered tbo uiusical public. It contains Five Octave, Five set Keeda,
V four of '." Octave each, nnd ono of ihri'e Octaves, Thirteen htoti with Ursnrf
Ori;an Dtapsuo. Melodbi, Viola, Hute.Celeste, Imlcet, liclio, Yilodia Kerte, Celesllna, Violins, Fltite-
Kortn, rr -mnlo, .rann uritnn anrl uranu sweii, Knee-Mop iC'lglit 71 Inrhes: Length, 43 In; Width
.4 In: Welelit. Iioxed, :itm lbs. 'Ihecase Isof solid walnut, veneerrd wilh cholco oniln. nri I nf
entirely new ami liciiitllul desltn. elaborately carved, with raised pnnnels, music, closet, lamp stands,
fretwork, Etc., alleleiiBntly lliiif-hed 1'ossesses tho Intrsl and best Improvements, with creal power"
depth, brilliancy and sympathetic quality of tone, r.eautll'ul solo effect and perfect stop action'
hVplar retail price $iHft. Our wholesale net cash price In have it Introduced, with stool and book'
only $ '7-as out) oruati sell others. I'oslllvely no deviation in price. No payment required Until vou
have fully tested the own in your own home. We send nil Organ on 15 riav test trial and rsv trcliiht
both way If Instrument Is not as represented. Ftillv wnrranli d for 5 yeure Other stv!c-8 itoo or
uan ouly $il'i; n stop. $sr, : 14 stops, $115. Ovwr iW.iKKi sold, and every Oman ba given the fullest sal
Isfnctlon. Illustrated circular mailed tree. Factory and wareronfh. Mth k. .,,rfinik a ..
S H K KT M I IS I f! 0","llr:1 Pr,"! Catamuue of StWO choice piece sent for Sc stamp. Tbl
2,55 "A'ddrefa'."0 PP"lar mn"C f th d
MENDELSSOHN PJAN0C0. IM). box 2058, New York City.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
lO BROADWAY NEW YORK
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Cirner Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., I'airo, Illinois.
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PRICE 50 cents and $1.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freemans' New National
color nre unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
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Vueline ruch m
Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor lee.
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
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aad Diphtheria, etc
An akrreeahle form of tail
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of the United States.