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8. LYDIA E. PINKHAM:
OF LYNM, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Tim I'naltlvo Curn
For all Female Complaints.
Thl preparation, a It naqi alirninc, conalata of
VtipiUljle rroiKirtlfn that are haniilix to Ibu mutt del
icate Invalid. t'K)n one trial the nurita of tlila Com
pound will tm nwoiriiiKi, un-llef U Imnwllaln t and
when lu u' la continued, In ninety nine caai-a in a bun.
lnd,ipermanntcun!li.(re1l,M0ioiiaii(l will u
tlfy. On account of IU proven nwrlU, It la Uwlay re
commended and prescribed bjr the beet pliyalclau In
H will eura entirely the won4 form of falling
of the utenu, tj-ucorrhn-a, Irredular and painful
Uetutraation,aUOitarlaaTrouhk', lnllammntlon and
Ulceration, fTKKllnK, all IH.ilcemciita aod the coo
anquent aplnal weakm-n.and la eeperlally alapu-d to
th Chang of Life. Itwlldlanlv and eipol tumora
from the ulerualn an early at of development. The
tendency to eancerouahunuira there la checked very
IpeedUy by Ita UN.
In fact It ha proved to he the (reat
eet and beat remedy that baa ert-r tn dlaeovur
ed. It penueaUerery portion of the nyti-m, and glic-a
new Ufeaodrtgor. It remove faintneaa.flatulenry, da
atroya ell (raring fur atlmulanta, and relieve eaknr
tt euro Bloating, neadacbea, JJervnu Pr. jet ration,
General Debility, Hleepleaxneaa, twpriwlon and Indi
gnation. That feeling of bearing down, canning pain,
weight and backache, la alwaya permanently cored by
It uae. It will at all time, andunderall clmiinatan
eea, art In harmony with the law that gorenia the
ForKldneyComplalnUof cither ari t hi compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la prepared at SI and BJ Weetern Avenue, Lynn, Mane.
Price $1.00. bottP f or tArt). Sent lij mail In the
form of pllla, aleo In t.'ie f onn of Im-nto-a, on receipt
of price, il.e, per hot, for either. Mra I1NXIMM
freely annrera all b-U'm of Ufpiiry da-mi for pain
phWL Addmu aa alxire Xmtton Ihn i;w-r.
Mo family .iiould he without LVDU K. I'INKIUM'
UViR I'IIJ.8 They cure Cin.;tliailon, Ciilouuicu
and Torpidity of theMvir a cent tier htz.
IUUIAKDSuN ic CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wuolcaalc a-uia for LYDIA K. I'lNKHAM S
LYDIA K. I'lNKHAMS COM i'OL'XI)
SnM l,y HAKCLAY I5I10TIIKICS.
ANS, 17 Nt.M' .'i Jji-l
Tonzuc lU'cil". inlv
Arldrcen Univl V. Iteatiy,
Wuhioirton, N. -I.
I OLD MED A I AWARDED
trio A uihoT. A a' and gt-Jti Mtj.
crvl Work, war r,nU-d t tin and
chMAptwl, indittiwriavtil t fv.-ry
rtiftn.nnttUrO "ttm .HcimiMiof j(h
or,StJf I'rHtawrrfti iod vanfl in
fiiiMtt Fn-nch Uiiutitn, ntiS.
full n.l,3LaV p,voWvn4 lrHtHii
thin, prim only titfiiwnt hy
KKKNt 4 iiulfinchst, Umuu.
hare )ecom the faeor
of thean: uf-mbln-
Ir etimj'ort and hrattl
with elraalR-eot (unu t4,
a remarkable dwri, and
are hmhly ritilorird by
nhyaioar.a. 'Iti-y rw iwl
the Kiithi et Award at the
l enteumal Kipoeiunn.
l'rue H.KJaml apwardt
where. Tlinae coro-ta are not aold t toerchanta.
nent and Prhubl- hatin'-a. Nend fur U-rui to Mine.
nryKiTi-n. Aiienta m.-tketniaa lnua-
(it;lWiit.tAl.,i'j:t lroadwy,N. V , or lo ticneral
W'eaKfn Airnni, J. H. Wjnent 'o.. J"r"doiua, N.Y.,
J.h. lutnaui, UlhUtv Btrwt, :iuco, l'l.
AtiUAXI) COMI5IXATIOX OK
1JLOOI), liUAIX AND
Malt Hitter tli-rlvu their wondi rr;:! I. Id' xumiiin
liii piopurllra from M ALT, their ljini.'luiu' mid
HU-cp-l'romotlni! lnlliu-nco fr in llol'n.tlu-ir irranil
Tonic and Ki'vur-Kxpi-Ilint? I'iiwitk fro u C LISA
YA, anil tlielr liloof. No'iri-hiiiif Priin lplcf from
IliON, whlr.li an1 four of the cr'-iitvKl llluod I'ro
ducer uutl I.llu Croiliniz ''li'mi'iiN ever united in
fine uiediciuu For Delicate Kunnlcn, N'ureliiL'
Mother", ami Sickly I'hl dren, Mall Hitler iiru su
uremB. Sold v. rvw here.
MALT UlTTEKfi COMPANY, llocton, Mis.
Any purwn lo be rionwly 111 wllhoiil h weiik
Hto utcli or Iniictlvv liver or kidney!: Anil when
thunc orraua arc In ijoud cond.llon iln you not tlnd
their poeeenwr unjiiyiiii; irood heitlthr I'nrker'a
(tlnitur Tiiulc ahvat renlnlea thvas Important or
gan, and never I iil to tuaku tliehlood rich and
F lire, and to treni;lh(!U every purl of the eynleni.
I baa cured hundred of Uuspainne, invalid. Auk
your neighbor nliont It.
Uenj. F. UitAmN, StouyB. Laud
IIaliiekt . Paink.
Lato ConunlBflnner of Patunl,
PAINE, GRAFTON & LADD,
AtlorneVB ut l.iw nnd Hollcltor of American and
41J Fin'II 8TKEBT, VASniNOTON, D. C.
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"E. A. burnett Cairo Illlnoi "
E'linund Villi's tim iiivp1M, hns
StHl ti'll !tl c'"i;n J- 'V I llll'luil.
Mr. (')ii'ii, t'H' Ciin minister at
Wiliinli.ii. is ..ii-l to ha vi! .such
strength uml fi.ici- in his fni'i: ain! such
diiiitv of n!iin;cr thai i icn his win.
inuiiish tiros ninl iiinf:' n"i- of Eiioi-.h
citii'l make li.m nwiu.aiil or I'.tliculnus.
0.'"'i'ti Victoria wa.s so Hirut.'k rtus
it!icr day witli t!.c r:iii .lily uml ajipar
lit cavt with which a huly wil; irnicll
in' a tricu'h' it'on (), Vcntiior roa.l,
at the Isli? of Wijrht. that slm has hail
oik! of thu saiuii kiii'l onlcruil to Os
horiii' for tin; hiMiclil of iln.' jii iiiccsscs.
Mr. William Lehman A-lnm-ail IJart
lt'tt has the loyal license of (uecu Vic
toria to make 'liiiiilctt-Cout.s" a jxtrt
(f his own nainc. and to (iiartcr the
arms of 'Hiirdflt-Cotit.-"" with those of
hi own family. What would the lato
Ellis ISartleU have said if he had been
li.'HUfntcd to ii-odin'i! his coat-cif-anii.s?
That excellent New Iledford man did
not attain to heraldic dignity.
Swinburne says in the last Furt
ni'jlith) Jiniiw of 'J'ctiny.soir. "l'iiz
pah": "if after a thousand years all
trace of aJl Tennyson's oenis had van
ished from all human record save only
these eighty-six verses of "Kizpah,"
proof positive and ample and over
llowinn; would be left in the survival of
these that in him, if ever upon earth,
a reat poet had been born amon;
nu n. If this be not a p-eat work, no
(rreat work ever was or will ever bo
dune in verse by any human hand."
Elizabeth Stuart Phelps has a summer
home in (iloucester, Mass., which is de
scribed as a two-story brown cottage,
with doors and windows openm;; upon
a piazza facing the soa. Upon tho in
terior Miss l'helps lias bestowed much
of the artistic taste which distinguishes
her. The parlor is a long, narrow
room, tinted with a delicate green
hhade. In other rooms of the house the
sanii! ta-stc has directed that one should
be rose pink, another robin's-egg blue,
another the native colors of the wood.
The house is tilled with remembrance
Whittier furnished as directions for a
tableau of "Snow-nound" at Cleveland
the following description of tho kitchen
in the old house nt Haverhill: "Tho
mantelpiece was nt least ten feet long,
an I lirephfe wide enough to take in a
live-foot log. There was an oven with
a wooden leg on one .ide of it. The
andirons were tall, quaint, and wide
legged. A brass warming-pan shouo
like a setting moon against the wall of
the kitchen. Nearly opposite tho fire
place stood tho great cupboard, with its
pewter plates and platters. In ono
corner was the old desk with drawers
and slanting cover let down to write
upon. The old bull's-eye watch hung
over the mantel."
Jay (ioiihl, who was in St. Louis re
cently, is thus described by a reporter
of the (iiiftc-Dchincffit: Tho personal
appearance of tho renowned capitalist
is at once pleasant and forbidding. Ho
is very small of stature, measuring livo
feet three inches in height, and weigh
ing l.'i5 pounds. Ho wears, a full black
beard and mustache, has small black
eyes, largo ears, and iron-gray hair.
He was clad yesterday morning in a
pair of tight-fitting, light colored pants,
a .small blue coat and vest, of common
texturo and bad make, a heavy chin
chilla overcoat, navy blue in color,
which certainly did not cost over $15,
a bright yellow and red scarf of anti
quated pattern, a liue dress hat, and a
new pair of button shoes. Mr. Would
has tho head and nose of General Grant,
but there the comparison ends. While
engaging in conversation ho does not
squarely face one, unless ho is not in
terested and desires tho interview to
c1o.no. In the latter case he half-closes
both eyes and looks at ono so steadily
and persistently that ono is glad to es
cape. His smiles and polite words are
full of cordiality and cynicism, and
while ho shakes hands earnestly thoro
is an undefined pressuro about it which
leads olio to believe that Sir. Uould sus
pects him of something.
The limit est Blessing;.
A simple, pure, harmless remedy, that
cures every time, and prevents diseuso by
keeping the blood pure, stomach regular,
kidneys nnd liver active, is the greatest
blessing ever conferred upon man. Hop
Hitters is that remedy, and Its proprietors
are being blessed by thousands who have
been saved and cured by it. Will you try
it? 8uo another column.- Eaglo.
Wo met, wo loved, wo separated. Tho
reason, Foul breath. Tho cure Spring
Blossoms. Ituflult, conciliation, happiness.
Prices: $1, GO cunts and trial bottles 10
CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MQKNINQ. APRIL 1(5,
Els Last Ooin.
Sheridan's coal merchant, one Hubert
Mitchell, had a heavy demand against
him for coals, which he could not get set
tled. Ono day, having lost all patience,
ho attacked the great manager merci
lessly, and swore ho would not leave tho
house without tho whole of his money,
which amounted to several hundred
pounds. Sheridan had not no many
shillings in his possession at tho lime.
"It's very true, my dear Hob, all that
you say," replied Sheridan, "I'm really
very sorrv, but, I say, Hob, you don't
want it all to-day, hey? won't a part
do?" "No, sir, retorted the enraged
creditor, "it won't. I must have it.
I will have it; I daren't go homo without
every farthing of it. My wife is dis
tracted, my house is beset with credit
ors, and, by , I won't lenve this
room without tho money." "Wouldn't
half do to-day?" pleaded tho manager,
"and a bill for the remainder." No,
tho coal merchant would have tho bond
to the utmost farthing. Then Sheridan
paused, and in a voice of deep emotion
exclaimed: "Then would to heaven I
could assist you! I cannot; but," diving
Ids hand into his pocket, "one thing I
can, I will, I ought to do there,"
grasping Mitchell's hand, "never let it
be miid that while Shoridan had a
guinea in his pocket lie refused it to his
friend, Hob Mitchell." Mitchell stood
aghast for a moment; then, pocketing;
tho guinea, rushed from tho house, and
to tho latest hour of his life never tired
of displaying the last guinea that his
friend Sheridan had in tho world.
"Not Very Well"
A feeling of vague bodily discomfort,
which does not amount to positive illness,
and yet is incompatible with health, is of
ten aptly described by the phrase "Not
very well." This feeling usually arises
from a deficiency of the nervous power
which is requited to keep the vital ma
chinery in vigorous and healthful operation.
Nervous weakness has too frequently turned
out to be thu prelude of some serious mala
dy to admit of any doubt in the matter.
Inactivity of the bodily functions as surely
begets their derangement us cause precedes
It is therefore absolutely essential for the
preservation of health, perhaps of life itself,
that this warning should be promptly heed
ed. The cuse does not admit of delay.
Itevitalize the system at once and effectually
with Hostetter's Hitters that peerless in
vigorant, which, by infusing new health
and strength into the system, protects it
against disease more surely than ever
knight of old was protected by armor of
proof against his foe.
Tin- Propah Ciipuli.
The correct thing to do when one has a
cough or an attack of rheumatism, is to use
iJr. Thomas' Electric Oil, or if one has a
valuable hoise atllicted with some of the
diseases or hurts to which horseflesh is heir,
use the same reliable means of cure. Paul
G. Schuh, agent.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound doubtless ranks first as a curative
agent in all diseases of the procreutive
system, degeneration ot the kidneys, irri
tation of the bladder, urinary calculi, &c,
iVc. Send to Mrs. Lydia E. Pinklmm. 2'J3
Western Avenue, Lvnn, Mass., for pam
phlets. ' '
There is no finer therapeutic agent than
electricity. Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil, a
standard remedy for lameness, soreness,
bruises and abrasions of the skin, diseases
of the thmat and lungs, piles and kidney
troubles, contains it. Veterinary surgeons
also command it for horse and cattle dis
eases. Paul 0. Schuh, airetit.
An East Indian Paper Knife.
An Indian rajah, .who w as pleasantly
disposed toward the English, and had
learned their language after a fashion,
frequently visited, some years ago (so
the story runs), the viceroy of Calcutta,
and on ono occasion borrowed of the
latter a copy of the Ktlinhariih Jiirku;
which he happened to see lying on the
table. When he returned 'the maga
zine, the viceroy asked him if he found
anything inter esting in it, "Oh, yes."
he replied; "ninny beautiful things, but
also many disconnected wtioles."
"How so?" asked the viceroy. "See
here," answered tho rajah; "this begins
with 'Hunting the Ournng Outang,'
does it not? And now turn over tlio
page, and here you have tho 'History
of Mary Stuart.'" Tho viceroy laughed.
He perceived that the rajah had at
tempted to read tho book without cut
ting tho leaves. He accordingly took
from his table a beautiful ivory paper
cutter, explaining its use to his visitor,
and made him a present of it. The ra
jah wa-s puzzled as to how the leaves of
tlio book could bo printed before they
were cut open, but this was also ex
plained to hinr. About a year after this
occurrence, tho viceroy saw a gay com
pany entering tho court, and in thu cen
tre of it tho rajah, seated on a young
flephant. No sooner did ho seo the
viceroy than ho cried: "Do you hap
pen to have an uncut copy of the Flin
huruh Jhricwf If so. mease toss it to
mo." Tho viceroy threw out the mag
azine. 'It was caught by tho elephant,
who placed it between his Ubks, which
had been wrought into elephant paper
cutters, even including carved handles,
and quickly cut open tho leaves, after
which the knowing animal passed the
Ji'ci'ieifi back to the surprised viceroy.
Tho rajah then dismounted, and said
to tho viceroy, as ho pointed to tho ele
phant: "Ho is yours; I return you your
paper cutter alive."
I'ltEMATUHK LOSS OV TIIK II AT It llt)W-a-
days may bo entirely prevented by tho u.-e
of Burnett's Coconino. It has been used in
thousands of cases w here tho hair was entil
ing out in handfuls, nnd lins never failed to
arrost Us decay; it promotes a healthy and
vigorous growth, and it is at the same time
unrivalled as a soft and glossy dressing for
Burnett's Flavoring Extracts nro tho best,
strongest and most healthful. Sold every
where. A Card.
To all who are suffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth,ncrvousweakncps,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will euro ye", freo of
charge. This groat remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Bund
a solf-addreHsod onvolopo to the Hov. Josoplr
T, Iniuan, Station D, New York City.
COURT HOUSE BAKERY.
JOHN KEES, Proprietor;
ADOLPH nnd ADAM BEES, Managers,
linkers of' ami dealers la all klmls of
Jh-oad, Cakes, Pies, Kte.
1I0ST0V IIUOW.V UliKAD A SPECIALTY
Ilakery on Twentieth street, oppoaite Court
CAIRO : : : : ILLINOIS
A I Cdliti'mitlntn fulfill, n li-lii in ffnw.ttn n,.,l
have iflven mv liualtiiKi III thHrL'e (if inv ami. 1
won 111 rcum-c-tfi.llv all i.,t.,,.,m ,.;, u
Ht'ulie-t iiiii to ph-ai-iii them inr niljiittneiit lmiiie-dUti-ly.
No fill! will he paid after May l.'.tli.
lit' I'fc'Il lilt.
At 1'hil Howard' old tnud,
npiJE liKsT OF FKESII MEAT OF AIL KINDS
A alwny oti hand iu larire quai title, and aup
plled lo aleuinhout at nil hour. Jnhti Olaili', well
known In river men, w ill he found ahouril all lunim
to take order for meat.
riOLUMISUS, HICKMAN, NEW MAD-
V nil) A Jll TIPTOWIIIV
Ui L'tilar Tucket
M.J. TUIiXER, Master.
J. K. Ml.SE, Clerk.
Leave Cairo every Tueadnv and Friday for thu
uhuve, poiuls. For freiuiil or paHMit'e apply lo
Ofllce, cor. Mxth and Ohio Levee.
QAIRO CITY. FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, June Tth, and until Inrther
notice tueurryhoal will niuke trip a follow:
LKAVSB T.KAVC I.tAVIB
Foat Fourth at Missouri Land g. Kentucky Ld'f?.
8:il0 a. m. 8:i a. m. 9 a. n.
18:00 a. m. l(t:30a. m. 11 a.m.
2mXi p. m. 2:: p. m. 3 p. m.
4:00 p.m. 4::i0p.ni. 5;00p.m.
i p.m. S-.30 p.m. 3 p. m
Who want glossy, luxuriant
and wavy tresses of abundant,
beautiful Hair must use
LYON'S KATUAIRON. This
elegant, cheap article always
makes the Hair grow freely
and fast, beeps it from falling
out, arrests and cures gray
ncss, removes dandruff and
itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy Hair is the sure
result of using Kathairou,
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k - I hulnii known, Kvtirylhlug new.
M fl t'aiillul not roiUlrerl, o will furulah
V overvthliiu. $lila dnynnd upward I yot
ti tiaxlly Hindu without, atiiylng away from
homo oyer nliiht, No rlk whatever. Mnny new
work'T wanted at oncd. Many arc maklnit fort
une a thu hultie. Ladle muku a much a
innn, tiidroiinir hov and ulrl iniiKnifrnutiiav. Nn
one wiui I wllllnir t. workT fall to tnaku mora
money ovrry dny than ran he madu In a week at anv
oilier employment, Thno w ho tmnnite at oneo
will Him "iiiiri ronn lo torilinu. AU( rut
(I A LI. KIT & CO., Portland Mulnu,
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vi iiiii i i i ft l i tv i j i rm
Worth Its Weight in Gold.
IT POSITlVnSLY CUBES
KHKUMATISM, SPRAINS, BIIUISES.
1UIEUMATLSM, SPRAINS BRUISES.
KJIEUMATISM, SPRAINS, BRUISES.
Sold by all Druggists.
Go to PAUL fi. 8CIIUII, Druggist,
uves. t or brilituiss and dumbility
pounds, price 15 cents.
THOMAS' ECLECTRIC OIL
Used and approved by the leading PHYSI
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
The most Valuable
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VaiiUUU Xa'WVMiaUUlift), Xalv. XL130 lu"
Pain tri rnlHa ftnrAThrnflt iTrnnn anrl TtinVtrtAnif.
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CBAXD Iff ED A L AT THE PIIILADELPHIt . va"AO a
KILYilU Iff COAL AT TU& PARW EXPOSITION. C0LQATE& C0.,NX
V ASEL I iSTIil SOLI) BY BARCLAY BROTHERS
For sale by C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
Mendelssohn Piano Co.
Will make, for the next 60 days only, a Grand Offer of
PIANOS AND OEGANS.
8850 Square Grand
STYTM.'l MairnlllMiir linacwood (!, Hofiaiitly llnlflicil. irli!pT IS Octavn ftill patent
k x JiJJ" rnnllinH' Miirnlli1. our new liatiiil nv. ralnnnr ariili'. lx-iitltil ill mniil li-ira mul Ivn. hv
ur)cntliiii and lnrnu fancj- mouldliii; round cimo,
mem, in mri uvvr)' iniprovt'iiuut wnicli can lu any wv lnud to the iTlixtlou of Ihv Inrlrnniciit his
heen udded .
I Y,Our lirlcu for thl liiolrinncnt boxed nnd delivered on board Die mm at New York i1 f AA
with Unit I'lnno Cover, Ntool ami Hook, only C-'xO.UV
I In I'liino will tic c.nl ou tet trial. 1'lcuac cn(l referenco It yon do tint fi'tid nioiipv with order. Carh
cnt with ordir will he rernndod and frclejii iliHruflH rt'l by n both wij II' I'lnno l" not Jiut as rp
rvaentiid in thl advurtUvmt'iit, Thuiieunds lu uo. bund for t'uUlouuu, i.vny luttiiiintnt fully war
ranted for live yenrit.
7)1" TAC1 $im to t-lifl (with Stool, cover nnd HookV All strictly Flrt-clan and old at Whole
I I All Ulj "4l" to'lory lulcc Thou' I'lnno nindcolit' ol the llneat difiilnj nt the Centennial .
Kxhlhltlon, and wuie unimlnioiixl) reroniniended lor Ihe llli-litat Honor. The
Hiiiitre contain onr New I'ulmit Scale, Ihe ereiiteft liiiirovcniui)t In the hlntory of IIhuo makintt. The
I'prlL'ht nrii tlio II tn-f-t In America. Poltivc!v wo maku the Hi e1 l'liuioa. of tin, rli li. !Ht I1TI .till tflBt.
ml durability. They urn rccmnmendud by the lilhchl HiuhIchI aulhorltii In the country, t.cr 14.(00
in tin1, Him not oniMllHHiitlHlleil nnrcliiiaer. All I'iitno unci Ort-HU ent on V da ti't trial frelitht
free If initlfnrtorv. limi'l fail to write iib before biivlni;, lro.sltlvelj v e oOer the" oi t buruului. Cat
nlok'tio tnnlled free. llHiidininiii lllimtrnted And Deictlliiivv C'Btuloetto i,f A Vint mnlleo fur Hr itimti.
Kvury rliuio fully warranted for ft year.
ADr TQ Our "I'arlorOnind Jubilee Ori;an,"Htylc as, n tho lliieat end wrolet toned Re1
UIllJilDlkJ "k'iin ever ollcred the muaicnl public. It contain. Hyp Octave. Klve et Keed.
four of i'i Octave citr-h. anil ono of threo (iciavn. Tliiriovn si with (irad
trirnn-Diaiifon, Melodla, Vlyln, Hute.CulcKtc,, Dulcet, Kcho, Me'driln-Forle. Celeatlr, Violin., Klnte-
orlo, 1 remold, llmml-Onmn uml (iraii(l-wll, Knnn Bti'li ll"li!ht TI Incho: I.eiiilh. 4 Id; h Idtb,
4 In: WVIuht, boxed, HW lb. The cio I of olltl walnut . V.-11..I..I-.1 u ith ehiiirR u-nnd. nd 1 of aa
entirely now uml hcniitllul deli;n. elnboratcly carved, vlth ntli-i'd niirnel, dhi1c cloet, lmp KUiid.
frotwork, Ktc. nllulek'ttlitly flnlhbed. i'oicKKc tb li.i,..i .ml 1...L. inii,P,ivrnienl. with treat power,
dilh, brllllnncy anrt .vnipHthetlc (iimllly oftomj. lieuiitlftil aolo ttlect i d perfect nop ectlon.
Meirtilarrutnll price Jjfft. Our wholeaale net ennh price to have II Introduced, with tot iifl book,
only i7 a one nrmui ull othur. )'olttvoly ro deviation lu price jnepaymciit wtilrd until yon
have, fully teated the oritmi In your own homo. We end nil Ori;noit lsdav t'-rt trial nd pay frelglit
both way If lliatrumeiii I Mil ii reprpaontcd. Fully wnrrn!i d for ft yer Other tyle-8 atop or
ttiinotily juh: Htopi, JS.M 14 nop, $11,. Ovir a.VXK' lil. and every Oman h liven tho fullest iu
iHfiii'tloti. lllnalriited clrenlnr tnnlleil ie. Knctnry nnd wnreroonn. RTth ft. nd inth Ave
RHFT HIITSTP. "I one-lhlid price. CntaWueof r.?.'r,ni lfT.'
Oil Ti Til ill IjOM; CntnioLMie include moHi of the popuinr niulc of tho dy iiid every variety
mtlHlcnl coniponltliin, by the beat author, Addre,
MENDELSSOHN PTAN0C0. P.O. box 2058, New York City.
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l'Mwt,M,HH, , , - , taJ..
1 at 9aj a Ma)M
.! tMMtt HOM'tOM
PRICE 50 rents ami $1.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Sirs. Frmana' New National
of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
sold hy BARCLAY BROTHERS
Article from pur
Vaseline such aa
Vaseline Cold Cream,
Va9eime camnbor Ice.
rTTTS ntTTTUT aTWC
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
an laDarlar I lo; alalia
An agreeable form of tak
ing Vaseline internally.
VI Oil UU17 gUUUBt
Tiano for only 8245.
full Iron Krame, French Unind Action, (iraiid llm-
m ii mm
f II XI II m