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MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAMl
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA C. PINKHAM'S
Th Positive Cure
Tor all Female Complaints.
Thla preparation, m Iti nam elirnhVa, conalata of
VttftUbto PropertlM tlutt trt barmlm to tha moat dl
feate invalid. Upon on trial tlx merit of this Com
pound will be reootfnUM, a relief ia Immedlat and
whan 11 sag la continued, In ninety nlua raaea In a hnn.
dead, aparaunentcunUselTectrd.aBtbonaanria will tea
tiff. On account of Ita proven merit, It la today ra
oooimen.Wl and preei-rlbert hy the batt phrili-iao In
It will run entirely the or form of falHnf
of tha ntn-ua, Ix-oi-orrbo, Irreyular and painful
MerutruaUoii, all Ovarian Trouble, Inanimation and
Ulceration, rioorlltifri, aJl ISapbuwrnant and tha ron
eqoant tninaj veajnie, wtd la penally adapUd tl
tba Chew of Ufa. It wtU dlaaolf and eipel tumora
fr-am the utenuloaaMrfyatar of development, Tha
tendency to eaocerou humor there U checked Tar
. ipeedUy by It ua.
la fart It haa proved to h tha treat
at and beat remedy thai haa ever boon dlacornr
ad. It permeate erery porUon of the system, and f iva
saw Ufcaod rigor. It rmwM fatntnMa.rlaliilanrr, da
atruraUCTTlnf for stimulant, and relieve wealm
it tba itomacb
r-cnrw Bloating-, ReAdmco, Nerrwil final ratlin,
OeaaraJ Debluty.Hleiipk-eiD, Deprroton and Indl
action. Tha feeling of tearing down, ranting patri,
weight end berk'b,Bahtaypenr)aur.lly cured hy
lleiua. It vUlataJtlnva,aodunilarail rlnniButan
earn, art In harmony with tlx law tint fivern tha
For KJdaryConipIalnlanf eilhor vi thia mmprmnd
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
U prepared attHandM Weatern Avenue. Lynn. Maa.
Price 1 00. !i bottle fur JAM. HfM l.y mall In tha
form of pllla. also In tha form of Uvnee. on r tpt
of prtra. 11.00, per hut. for tb r. Mn. HNKHAH
f retly anawer all Mtrra of Inquiry. Knd for aiu
phlet. Addree aa ! H'nli Ihit ftur.
Ro family ahonlfl be without I.TDU E. PINK IIAM'
TV 7 cure Cinlptloo. I'llloiiiii. t
ad Ton! it r of tha Uv-r. cent, eer boa.
RICIIAKDSON A CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholesale air.-ul for I.YDIA K. PISKIUMH
LYDIA E. I'lN'KIIAMS COMPOLM)
8oll by BARCLAY MtOTllKKS.
1)1 i fWVr'C OIKiANS, IS Ho1 4 t
IITjA I I I iHiii. only .' Aildn-M
JXJii. 1 X L f.JhwM K ,i(,tv Wl,hI1K.
ton. N.J. t
AJjiiVii lJA"-'-'$!VipT month. Stfilv
work ill faring and aiimmrr. F.r p irtirnlara ad
dreca J . C.SM.TKUY t'O I'tiiladi lihia. I'a.
THE RELISH OF THE WOULD.
SOLD BY ALL GROCERS.
Geo. Woods it Co.'s
QUALITY OF TONE,
Beautiful Musical Eileci
Strength and Durability!
3eantv of "Desiirn
Thcjr will outUat all cuinmun. clicnp Oru'ttii",
while tlivlrmiiitiriil ml muchntilCKl unlit la-am com
mend them to all who winh a alrictly liicli uradc
Airents wanted in this vicinity.
GEO. WOODS k CO.,
N KW ADVKin'ISEMKNrS.
Double one Corset.
la made with Two How of Mniiea,
V'ncid one u jntt 1 other, on tarli
-idu, KiviiiK it tlonl'le lr nctli mill
iliir.tlrit. and will pupltivcly nut
8vLt hv niHil on rvruii't of $1 'A'
FIELD, LKITRK Jt CO.. Chlcimo. III.
hrruif nnwn on inv puira.
ON THE MNEOKTHE
WISCONSIN CENTRAL 11 R.
For full uartlciilara, which will he ni-ut lice, addruaa
Land Coinniiaionvr, Milwaukuu. to.
;C AND UPW'ARDH.-Partlca with llmlu d cup-
uni uoBirlnu hcroniB inmruaton in jinnin
nnturtlrlana. al l...tt..r.t Amint. nlin.i aolwl mlflr.iMH
for free proapnctna to JOSlAU FLKTC'HKH, W
lJroadway, N. Y. city.
1 0 OHO CARI'KNTKRS nr now unlim our Ni-w
AV,Uv" Mnchluo to Kilo Sawi of all klnda.
Frlce $i.50 Heiid your audri-xa on Pontol Card for
dnr lllUDtratod circular. K, HUTU fc 1IHO., New
Orford, Adama Co ., l'a,.
YnilllO MPII J'eaI? Tolniraphyt Karn $W
I UUIIJ iUtll to tllN) moiith. Orailuatet
Suarantoad payinir offlevg. Addrvia Valtntino
roa., JaueavlllOt Wis.
A Y EA K and mpounea to
- nt- lk Addraaa. P.
O. VICKKKY, AiiKnaU, Maine
t rear to acriint. and etnnnae. tu Outfit
fhin. AddreHiK. Swain Co.,Aiiiita,Me
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Letter ana communication ohonld be addreesd
E. A. Burnett Cairo Illlnola "
TlipSpantHh lati":tiHn iptnti((ht In tho
San Francisco night wcliool.s
TIih Hiirpri-in'r H-wrl'ioii i. ih:hIp liy a
citizen of Maine that sonu' cilit hnn
ilrel or one tli'Hisnnil incchaiiics ami
ctimll tnti"'!nicii nrn now living in Mm
Mifhnii'tts who left M:tinn to nvoiil iin
tiri'OimK'nt for al -1 t .
A scries of six ctchin- of Carlyl
from nnthcntic anil niiullisli.t:l ior
traiti anil skctdics in tlie jiuMisiin of
Carlyhf's family, mmle lnrinjf iihotit
(ifty yoar, nrc hhorlly to bo iiiit'il by
tlie Lori'lon Etchers' mmii'ty.
Mr. (Jpore I. Sfni'V, pn'siilnnt of the
Metropolitan imnk, of New York, litis
nil ?:'hi,(hmi ami sixteen lots in IJrook
vn. valued at tni,0Ki, at the lisimH.il
of tho Metlioilint Episcopal elinrcli for
the Hstalilishtnent of a M-dlioilist gi-n-cral
hospital in Brooklyn, with the nn
(lfir.lanitine; that Mm institution shall Im?
open to snfl'erers t evwy creeil ami na
tionality. Colonel W. N. Armstriti.', one of the
members of tho suite of Kin Knlnkana,
has paid ?7'i0 for a dress uit for use on
stato occasions. The front and borders
of tho eoat an; ornamented with a mass
of e;olJ embroidery, six. or eight inches
wide, consistinn; of leaves and sprigs
worked by hand with pold w ire. The
pantaloons have stripes formed of leave
of the same costly material.
M. Rochefort describes Mr. Tai-nell
as a very fairyouii man of whom Clo
ser might have said a of Cassius: "He
is very thiu for a Senator.1 His eye of
steel is severe. His face, almost ascet
ic, is calm, like that of men whusn
minds are made up. Mr. 1'urnull told
M. Hochefoil that lie knew why (Jam
iM'tta was hostile to him and his com
rades: "Ho wants above all things to be
agreeable to the Prince of Wales."
"Just so." said M. Rochefort; "great
ideas come from the heart and bad ones
from the stomach."
Not long since at Oold Run. Cal., a
man by the name of Taylor slipped in
to a flume in which the water was run
ning at so fearful a rate that, like a
flash, he was carried through the fltmie,
a distance of three hundred feet, then
over the dump, a fall of eight feet, then
down the canyon stream, a further dis
tance of five hundred feet, before he
could possibly stop his involuntary
journeying, with the exception of a
few tlesh bruises he escaped without in
jury. Harriet. .). Mill writes to the London
7Vf)?ethat the account recently given
of the burning of Carlyle's MS. in John
Stuart Mill's house is incorrect, "Val
uable papers," she nays, "were not left
aliout in Mr. Mill's house, nor was the
disaster owing to him, beyond the fact
that he had lent the manuscript to the
person at whose house it was destroyed.
Having heard Mr. Carlyle's own ' ac
count of all that passed between him
and Mr. Mill, when the latter carried
him the fatal news, and also of the
alarm fell by himself and Mrs. Carlyle
at the stale of Mr. Mill's distress, I can
safely uay that none of the statements
made a"iee with tho facts of the case."
A suit has heen brought against a
representative of the t'nited States gov
ernment by persons in Norwich for an
infringement of a patent covering a
process of manufacturing cartridge's
which involves nearly $jun,00n. Dur
ing tho war some enterprising men, of
whom A. 11. Aim)', of Norwich, was
foremost, organized n company for the
manufacture of muskets, the business
finally leading to a study of the meth
ods of constructing metallic cartridges,
and the Norwich Arms company em
ployed inventors all over the country
to devise an improved cartridge. It
occurred to Mr. A I my several months
ago that something might yet bo made
out of the patent, and he took it to the
Winchester Arms company in New Ha
ven to see what tenns could be made,
when he was informed that this govern
ment, had been making just such cart
ridge as his for years and that It had
also been in uso in tho Russian and
German service. Hence tho suit. It Is
said that 70,0(10,000 of these cartridges
have heen made.
. ... iite is "lieur, and yot
The City nf Mexico a Coming Resort.
)u v) il.r n,.bliy thing for our fash
ionable n do will be lo'tako a trip to
the cil of Mexico, and wander through
the null hie hull' of tho palace of the
Monteztunt'S. The Mexienn capital is
the most beautiful, hs well as one of
tho most tleliiilt'ul cities in the world,
mid will, undoubtedly, become a place
of resort for Aiiicricnns, in both sum
mer and winter, the climate being
simply delicious the year round. The
tlmoof the trip will, wo suspect, ho
something less limn forty-eight hours.
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL , 1881.
A Snake Bite.
Yesterday nn excited man rushed into
a drug store and exclaimed:
"What's the matterP" asked tha
"Oh! my, I'm ruined. Give mo ten
ounces of camphor or whisky. Give
mo tha whisky,''
He fell against the counter. His eyes
rolled back and his tongue run out.
"What ails )ou, man?" He drew
back his tongue, said "Snako bit," ami
shot it back again.
"Whisky; snake bite."
"How did you get snake bite?" asked
a physician, taking hold of (hu man's
hand and feeling his pulse. Thetonguo
went in and the words "foolin' with a
rattlesnake" came out.
"Where did it bile you?"
"Right here," ho replied, exhibiting
a small blin k hole on the back of his
"Where did yn get. the snake?"
"Musoum. tiiiiiiny some whisky."
"This hole was made by a lead pen
cil." "Lead pencil," said the victim con
temptuously; "made by the pizen fang
of a copperhead.''
"Thought it was a rattlesnake?"
"Didn t Ray it wits a rattlesnake. Oh,
I'm dying. Dying in a civilized land.
Dying within forty miles of home. To
think that I've traveled all over the
snako countries and then to come back
and be killed by a common black
"Thought it was a copperhead?"
"Now here," said (lie man, untang
ling his eyes and stiffening himolf, "it
don't make any difference what you
think. I'm dying from the effect of a
snako bite. That's wi.out a- much as
you want to know. A gallon of whisky
will save my life. Am I among human
Just then a red faced man stuck his
head into the store and yelled:
"Come on, Bill. Them fellows
wouldn't care if jou was swallowed by
The tongue went back into tho
mouth. The evidences of Miffering
passed away, and tho victim took up
Jiis hat mid joined his companion.
Mh. O. C. MntHhu., Bluffton, Ind.,
says: St. Jacobs Oil docs all that is rec
ommended for. It is tho best remedy tor
severe pains that has ever been put upon
Mothers! Mothers!! Motheih!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once and gut a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It v.ill
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly sale to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the table, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
Over t lie Hills to the Boiieyards.
Sraight to the Ikmcyard people go who
neglect too long the dinger signal of ap
proaching consumption, a hacking cough.
But with Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil for a
safeguard the peril is averted. It is a su
perlatively tine remedy also for rheuma
tism, piles, soreness, hurts, etc.
Pencil writing may be fixed almost in
delibly by passing the moistened tongue
over it. Invalids can be cured of Dyspep
sia and its attendant horrors by using
Spring Blossom. Prices: if 1., flu cents, and
trial bottles 10 cents.
Bk wist; simply cull mi your druggist
(or "Dr. Seller's Cough Syrup," when you
have a cold or cough. 25 cents a bottle.
II. F. McCarthy, Wholesale aud llotail
Drugirist, Ottawa, Ontario, writes: 'T
was afflicted with Chronic Bronchitis tor
some years, but have been completely cured
by the use of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil, in
dtnes of 5 drops ou sugar. I have also
pleasure in recommending it as an cm
brocntiou for external use."
PUT IT TO PROOF.
At a time wnen the community is flooded
with so many unworthy devices aud
concoctions, it is refreshing to
find something that is beneficial
and pure. So conscious are the proprie
tors of Dr. Kiug's New Discovery lor tho
Consumption of the worth of their reme
dy, they offer all who desire, a trial bottle
free of charge. This certainly would be
disastrous to them did not the remedy pos
sess the remarkable curative powers claimed
Dr. King's New Discovery for the Con
sumption will positively cure BstluuH, bron
chitis, stubborn coughs, colds, phthisic,
quinsy, hoarseness, croup, or nuy affection
of the thnmt or lungs. As you value your,
existence give this wonderful remedy atrial
by calling on Geo. E. O'Hani, Druggist
Cairo, Ills., and obtaining a trial bottle free
of charge, or regular sized bottles,!. 00.(1 )
Why ought the children of a thief to he
burnt? Because their Pa steals (pnstilrs.)
Burns, scalds, cuts, bruises cured by Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound has rapidly made its way to favor
atnoiig druggists, who have observed its
effects on the health of their customers.
Send to Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, 2;!.'l West
ern Avenue, Lynn, Mass,, for pamphlets.
2nd Edition of Job.
Mrs. Ogdcn, N. 'Division Street, Buffalo,
says: I cannot be too thankful that I was
induced to try your Spring Blossom. I
was nt one time afraid I should never he
able to go out again. I seemed to bo a
second edition of Job without his patience,
my fuco ami body was one vast collection
of Boils ond Pimples, since taking one bot
tle of your Spring Blossom I am quite cur
ed, all eruptions havo disappeared and I
reel bettor than I have for a long time.
Prices: ftn cents, and trial bottles 10
Dr. Kline's JHroat Nerve licTtorer Is tho
marvel of tho ago for all Nervo Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadelphia, pt.nn.
By adopting an absolutely non-stimulating,
chiefly vegetable diet, combined
with active exorcise in the open air, the
most dyspeptic' glutton can cure him
self in the course of a single season, aud
by tho same means every boarding
school might become a dietetic snnita
rium. Tho following list- of hygienic
menus is arranged in the order of their
digestibility and wholesomeness:
Milk, bread and fruit. Eggs (raw or
whipped), bread and honey. Boiled
eggs, bread and apples (ancient Rome).
Bread and butter, rice pudding, with
sugar and fresh milk. Corn bread, or
ron-sled chestnuts, butler, honey, and
grapes (the usual diet of the long lived
Corsicnn mountaineers). Fish, butter,
oatmeal porridge, and fresh milk (Dan
ish Islands). Pancakes, honey or new
molasses, poached eggs, boiled milk,
mid bread pudding. Vegetable soups,
baked beans, potatoes (baked or
mashed), butter, biscuits, and apple
(hwrttt Jinks: Avoid stimulants, al
coholic nnd narcotic drinks, tobacco,
mid all pungent spices; bo sparing in
the use of animal food, especially in the
summer time; in midsummor oat fruit
with every mesl; let unprepared food
(fresh milk, fruits, etc.,) form a partof
your daily fare; of unprepared aliments,
ns well a3 of all iiiibpicetl viands, the
most palatable are tho most whole
some; eat slowly, and masticate your
food, never eat if you have no appetite,
and finish your last meal three hours
"When we are asked to recommend
something to nourish Hnd strengthen
the blood we always say take Malt Bit
ters." "Best blood purifier we know of."
"Rapidly displacing all other hitlers."
"For weakness, nervousness and the ef
cts of dissipation nothing like "Malt Dif
fers." te" Women and children take them freely."
To all who are sufftring from the errors
aud indiscretions ot'youtb.nervous weakness,
ch rly decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will cure you, free ot
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Hev. Joseph
T. InmBii, Station D, New York City.
At Phil Hownrd' old atand.
THE BEST OF FRB.sll MEAT OF ALL KISI1S
1 Hlwuy on aand In larce q iiatitltlu. and nap
pi icd to steamboat at all hours. John Olade, well
knwn to river nu-n, w ill be found aboard all boats
to take orders for meat.
pOLUMBUS, HICKMAN, NEW MAD-
RID AND T1PTONVILLE.
M. J. TURNER, Master.
J. K. MUSE, Clerk.
Leaves Cuiro every Tuesday and Friday fur the
above point.. For freight or pnairi' appl to
JAM Kg KKItiS,
(iftlco. cor. Sixth and Ohio Levee.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, June Tth, and until further
notice theferryhoat will make trips as follows:
MAVIS t.CAVia LEAVES
Fuet Fourth st. Missouri Land');. Kentucky Ld'R.
H:ti0a. m. Mini, i) a. m.
in :00 a. m. in:t)0a, m. 11 a. m.
8:00 p. ra. 2:0 p. m. i p. m.
4 a! p.m. 1:p.m. 5;00p.m.
2 p.m. J:.V)p.m. S p. m
For all soldlera illttliled lu I'. S. service, mid for
huirs of deceased soldiers.
For aoltll'-r whose rate of pension I too low,
Due all soldier discharged for wound or other
Injury (not dtseaiie), who have fulled t receive it.
COPIES OF LOST DISCHARGES
Send U'i3-rent stamps for blank and "clrrnliir
of Information" to
STODDAUT & CO.,
Solicitor of clulm. Room 8, St. Cloud Building
WASHINGTON, I). C.
(ill I lit liirulshud tree, with full In
structions Tor condiictliur t ho most
prolltuble business that any one cau
eliusiin lu. The business la so easy
toTenrn, aud our Instruction are an
simple ami plain, that any one can
nialte great proilis Iroiii tie sturt, No one can fall
who I wllllnu to work. Women arc a successful
as men. Hoy and Rlrla ran earn lnrun sums.
Many have niadu at the business over one hundred
dollar tn a simile weuk. Nothlna like it ever
known before, All who engage- nru surnrlsd at tha
enan and rapidity with which they nro able to maku
money. You cau i'Iirhro In ibis business diirlna
your spare time at areai prntlt. Youilo not havo to
Invest capital lu It. We tske all tho risk. Tbnso
who need ready money, should wtlro to ua at onco.
All fnrnlshod free. Address TRUE A CO., An
Jiuj jo AiMi JHuii;jiiiS:::;;::::e::LivEIt COMPLAINT
"Wokth Its Weight in Gold.
IT POSITIVIEJVY CURES
l.IIEUMATISM, SPRAINS, BRUISES.
RHEUMATISM, SPRAINS, BRUISES.
RHEUMATISM, SPRAINS, BRUISES.
Sold by all Druggists.
Oo to PAL L G. M.TIUH, Druggist,
Dyes. For brightness and durability
pounds, price 15 cents.
THOMAS' ECLKCTR1C OIL
Used and approved by the leading PHYSI
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
The most Valuable
ii w ii jfob
I if II . -BT
Bimi TJTSEASM B WVmTTrsM'
riTifl'RTT TrT'TVrnPPTTOTTlR T. 11.. -
toneaa, toioa. sore imoauvrouD
M ... n ... . W, . n
TTy them. 25 and 50 cent lizes
GBASD MEDAL AT " "" "
tilLVEa A ED A.I. AT Tilt PABIM
V ASKL LSri SOLD BY BARCLAY BROTHERS
For sale by 0. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
ilendelssolin Piano Co.
Will make, for t lie next 60 tluysonly, n Grand Oiler of
PIANOS AND OEGANS.
88i)0 Sfjimre Oniiul Piano for only $2-1-5.
STYLIO ' MaRiilflcent Knsewood case, rlccnntly tlnlehcil, S slrlnpsT 11 drtavce lull patent
x 1 J' cautiinteHuiiitb'B, our now patent iivi riiti'iinK si-ali', bi'iintiltil can eel c(;s nnd lyre heavy
crpviitlno and lurie fnncv lnoiildiiii round ensu. lull linn liiimu. French (iranri Action. Ursml Hum.
mcrs, in fact every inipruvi nii'Ut which ran in hut wuy lend to tin- jicrlixllou of the Instrument baa
tVyunr price for this instrument boxed and dcllvcnid uu linnrd the cars at New York COIK fii
with flue I'lano Cover. Slool and Book, only O-'l-O.UV
This Piano will no sent on test trial. I'leasc send releretire It ymi do not send nionev with order. Cash
sent with order III he refunded and frelcbt cbarues paid by lis both vnjv if I'liino Is' not jurt as rep
resented in Hit advertisement, Thousands In use. Numl J'nr t iiinloiriie, K very ltstiunient rally war
ranted for llvo year.
UW to f) (with Stool, Cover and
sale factory pi Ices These Pinnus
uxninitloii, aim were unanimously reeotii mended for the lllulieat II .ra ih
Squares contiiln our New Patent Scale, tin. ureiitesl Improvement In the histurv of i'lano tnaklrir'
Uprluhls arulhe llueHt In America. Positively we make the ttrcst Plunos, of tlie richest toii tnd !
est dutiililiity. They are recommended by the highest nuisleal atulioi itii s in the tnunlry. i-wt M,l
In use, and not one dlssntlsileri niircliuaer, All Piano and Oruans sent nulo dsv test trlal-ficlchi
free If UHSHtlsfactorv, Uou't fall to write tl before buvliiR, Poaltively we oflor the lu st bsrsnlns. Cal
aloKiie mailed free. IIiuhIhoiiio Illustrated ami liesirlpilvi- ( ataKurtie of 4s panes n'ullen lor He stamp.
Bvnry Pluno fully warranted for ft year.
".Ua A TQ! Our ''Parlor fliand Jubilee-
I III! I n 111 1 "iliiui ver uni reil 1MB lUUBH-ni
four of Octavos each, and
OrL'an Pianson. Mulodla. Viola. Htite.lVle.itn. Dul.
Korte, Tremolo, tlrand Orioin and Uraud-awell. Kuen
A In. U', llilil Ik. rTL . . I ji.iti
4 In; Wolirlit. boxed. :wi lb.
entirely new and healltlllll (leslen. vlahnralnl rai-v,.,l
fretwork, Ktc, nil eleeautly nnlshed. Posos
depth, brilliancy and sympathetic quality of tone. Ilcnntiriil solo fleets nd perfirt nop action
ltcirular rotall prim fUSA. Our wholesale net rnsh price to have II Introduced, with slool and hook,
2!Li te!ll!3 !!,".?l,wr"- VafMt V.? ""vlatlon in pnce Vly' Jl f" W
u in 11; u-eitui 1 nn uriinu in your own noma, vi
noin way ir insirumeiit Is not aa represented.
enii on v iillS- U atnna. tsu- 11 .inn. ana uue
rsfnctloti. llliialrntod circular mailed true. Factory
fiTIVW'P MITMHI at one-third price. Caiaiopneof etioico y ecrs se ui loraramp.
musical compo.lt.lon, by the best authors,.
I MENDELSSOHN PIANO CO.,
t a aetata MHHNIItHMN
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TRICE 50 cents and $1.00.
Cairo, Ills,, for Mrs. Erctnuins' New National
of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 6
sold by BARCLAY BROTHERS
Vaseline arn-h aa
Vaseline Cold Cream,
vaseline Camphor leev
flTTTR rHTT.BT ATWR
Vaseline Toilet Boaps,
art aapartar ta aa; slallar aeaa.
An agreeable form of tak
ing Vaseline internally.
OK fTUTt a VAT
ana uiDDtnena. eu
of all our goods.
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EXrU8ITI0Jf. COLGATE &C0..N.Y,
llookX, All strielly First class and sold al Whole
made one ot the tlnesl displavs at th Centennial
Oriiim,' stylo 115, is the rlncst and mirleet toiicd liwi
one of three Octaves,
HUUIIC. 1 1 Cull tHIIlh Five (h-tuve. TITv sei nore
Thirteen Stop" '
nt ki,.. i.,i.n., i
Stoim iielclit M Inches: J.eiuth. 4'l In; Width,
. . ... v a
walnut, venecied with choice woorle. i'M of aa
ulih u. nui.ir closet,
the latest and best Improvements, wllh C.'al power,
v onn an urK" ;,T! ' . :, " a
Fully warrant- d roro j -ar.. ''r -- - -v
5mhi I. and every Oman has irlien tlie nilleat
and wareroorn. STtbrtt. and Imh Avu
tho popular nmslc of the (Iky end every variety
P.O. box 205, New York City.
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