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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIBO. ILLINOIS. SUNDAY MOBNING, i SEPTEMBER 10. 1882.
Malaria is an almost in
describable malady which
not even the most talented
physicians are able to fath
Its cause is most fre
quently ascribed to local
surroundings, and there is
very little question, but this
opinion is substantiated by
facts. Malaria does not nec
essarily mean chills and
fever while these troubles
usually accompany it It
often affects the sufferer with
general lassitude, accom
panied by loss of appetite,
sleeplessness, a tired feeling
and a high fever, the per
son afflicted growing weak
er and weaker, loses flesh
day after day, until he be
comes a mere skeleton, a
shadow of his former self.
hold upon the human frame, tha
r 01 tne tvttem it thrown own
Malaria once having laid It
to ntrvou ijiiriHi, The body
weak and enfeebled abtorbe no
nourishment, but ubijting upon
juelf, the digeitiv organs no
I'jnzrr perform their functiona:
the liver become toroid. and other
orjjam failing to do their routine
work . peedily become ditordered,
and dissolution and death arc apt
In arMition to being a certain cure
for malaria and chills and fever,
Urown's Iron Bitters is highly
recommended for all diseases requir
ing a certain and cffiunt tonic; cs
racially indigestion, dyspepsia, inter
mittent fevers, want of appetite, los
of strength, lack of energy, etc.
Enriches the blood, strengthens the
muscles, and gives new life to the
nerves. Acts like a charm on the
digestive organs. It is for sale by
all respectable dealers in medicines,
price, f I per bottle
Be sure and get the genuine
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
Take no other.
NEW YORK FASHIONS.
ALL MATEfmt.9 FLOWKKED WOOLS TEL-
Should you desire tr i-Btablinh your
laitns as a lady of fashion, invest forth
vith iu a stontache embroidered dress,
lotweoHcd of which, wit even your next door
lcighhor can controvert your position. It
ou act promptly too, you may feel your-
lf on an ; qti ility with the most advance!
SreTf York styles, lor us yet these novelties
jire nut se-n tlm streets, but in the
vli'il-i- tie repositories of leidinj importers
repirntory to display on retail couuters
irtlio li .'in tit ot the fashionable, who now
Mgin to return from the country res rts.
Ks a writer on "eb'thos plii'osiphy'' I whs
dinitt.;d to nn inner view of the stock at
,ord it T:i)i.r's hiiI cun tell you w'tnt is
i) be. Tlie ii'-w embroi lery is not open,
ut consists usually of pttcrns formed of
arrow soutache braid or sometimes heavy
tiehin. In general the colors are iden-
(.'. with '-UWtiliHLJrGUCtCT-Cjmel's
fair, sutin finished cloth, etc.,) but ayiiV
e 8 ! harmonious shadini with the ad
dition perhaps of velvet put on in flp
liquo. 01 ten the entire front breadth is
mhroidery, but there are embroidered
isnds put ou in various way. Then there
ro wools where th" lower skirt consists of
4do flounces woven iu bold
hile the polonaise is of plain -foods.
ere of course there a no embroidery but
leso dresses tiro not veiy bright because
lie colorings have a chine like inuistinct-
css. But bright woven wools are a tea-
urejsomo allowing pronomcod designs
hero Urgu fruits look luclous among au-
unin tented leaves. These, flowered wools
ill for the most part be inudo up as po-
inn'iBes witti plain underskirts. In tlio
pholstery department of the same flrtu, I
bservo full lines of fashion drapery cloth
ivliich during tho summer at watering
ibices has been in favor with ladies who
mbroidcred it for table covers, lam-
trequins, etc, and now that autumn
ins come, select it as an adornment
or many a fashionablo apartment. Com
ng in all tlio new solid colors, this stylish
naterial closely resembles plush, but is
nuch uioro modurato in price sinco though
ixty-two inches in width it is sold for
lincty cents a yard. It is used not only
or all upholstery purposes but even as a
overing for walls;ctitlro rooms being linod
ith it. Tho long, silky looking nap con-
eals tho joints and In unbroken cxpanBo it
tretches with excellent effect.
8 itin will still bo fauhionsble despite the
onung up of wide repped and gros grain
ilks while velvet is of extremo importance
Especially Iu demand comes nonporiol vol-
roteen which now that it's admirable qual
ties have boon tried is more thau ever
sought after. It has every quality peculiar
to flno grades of Lyons velvet while the cost
is much less as it ranges Irom one to two
dollars per yard. Handsome costumes are
made entirely of it or it is combined with
other rich goods as for example in two ele
gant imported toilettes; one ruby, the
other olive green; the former of nonpareil
velveteen united with satin; the latter with
velveteen skirt laid in plaits and having a
coat shaped polonaise of satin finished cloth.
Hut be sure you see nonpariel velveteen
stamped on the wrong side of every second
yard as otherwise you may be imposed up
on by countcrteit.
Leaders cf fashion for a month past have
worn turbans of feathers or straw turbans
trimmed with feather. Now come wide
brimmed straw with crowns covered with
velvet to which additions of birds, OBtrich
plumes, etc., will be made while later on
will be seen felt hats in all Extensions of
brim and colors to match dresses. Capotes
teem gifted with nine live and through
changes of timo fatal to all other styles,
show front once more. But now become
larger snd often the front grown to the
lignity of a cornet. Birds upon birds
lie ready for use. Many little ones
crowded together on a hat or very large
eingle ones. Lccy Caktek.
The old need them for strength; the
young want them for a tonic; the sick crave
them to get well; the well take them to
remain s-; dyspeptics need them for relief;
epicures like them as an apetizer; everybody
takes Hops and Malt Bitters.
The U. S. government are using large
numbers of the Improved Howe Scales.
lsordt n, Selleck it Co, agents, St. Louis,
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life Insurance Company
IN THE WOULD.
lit alimo inae
'm.CD'WJDjST' SEPT, 11
THE BICrOEST OF ALL
AM) THE OXLY BIG SHOW COMING
Htipul ntlncr that Die contract of Inturanci! "aliall
l.ot be dioutttd" alter it I thrur ye- uil,
and Out fuch policies uliull l.tt
, Paid Immediatolv
ou receipt of iatlfactory proof of dcit'i .
in policy If clear mid concUo, and contAiup
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N. B.-KKAD VOnt POUCIrX Compare Me
vhort ami etiuplu form uocd by tlio K'liiltable
be lotit! and obi-cum contract loaded down w hi
technicality IhcuoiI by oilier coiupauto-il
Its CASH RETURNS
to poller holders art
N. It. 8eo the many lottcr from policy bolder
xprnKulnK tbolr gratification with the returns frou
their Tomtini Havings Fund Pomoiis,
Beouuie of its
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely Invested, nearly
E. A. BURNETT, Agent,
Offlca, eorner 12th snd Wsshingtoi.
ngnunr in, inoi.'uwuw
AS FAR SUPERIOR TO ANY SHOW THAT HAS EVER VISITED HERE AS AN ELECTRIC LIGHT TO A TALLOW
CANDLE. AUGMENTED AM) ENLARGED TO SIX TIMES ITS FORMER SIZE. PRONOUNCED BY
Pkkss a m Public to hk'uik Finkst Tkntkd Exhibition on the Face ov the (Jlohe.
til fuiu lis i w
A. STUPlXDOUS UlSriON". CUL
miriat niiu the combined attract ions of
AMERICA'S SIX LEADING EXHIBITIONS
CorKoMdat.Ljj ttio Undivided and rnabrtded Features of
SIX BIG CIRCUSES!
SIX BIG MEXAGERIES!
SIX BIG MUSEUMS!
and SIX BIG AQUARIUMS !
E,b,w,.-e, SIX BIG TEXTS!
d 1 . ?M lllflte
rP Sk?? kit Wm'-M m h sm$ i-
A Tj Li FOIl ONE PRICE OF ADMISSION-
. AS STAKT...Ni(Vi;TS AT KV.HV ,E,, ,t WOI-I.D TA K B AT 11 AST TEN
,. ., "V-- 1 " " '- r i A .M r, A SWHLr UIXO.
.., ,ii..u , ..nornu-r. Appear L'uuv, more tbau lu any live other Sbow, cbU'l umoiitr lum ara tbe horo horse ma
MB. CHABLBS PISH
T!i world vanqiiii-hiiiK Spunlnli i-qneftrlcnno,
SIUNOJUTA. ADELAIDE CORDOKA.
TIkih.j t'lipiirHllcd I'arltian imiKnclc.tlii!
F R ENCH FAMILY DAVENE
'J liu iiiitvcmally reoow iii'd
(Jak'on and Washington Troupe.
Tin,' brilliant equestrian im-tonr
SIG. DON J 111 HON IMG imiulj
1 liu Jniinni'80 tuarvi'l,
I , 1 T T I j 1 1, L 11 L Q II T.
'I'm It'iiu l.'"K man of l.rlpHli',
Twi-.ily runny rl'iiM, li'il l CIIAULEY MOEIA'. Fifty doiidlu SdiiktmiiiIi Luapew, includinff
II1UI1 'I'OM U AKI), wlu Uv.p.s ov r I I cli.li.tntn. Tliu Fiiuiuiia Houutv.
lib.' it i' liii.i lnr.l I"'1 f, ,,t 111111
li'uiiMI'ii'. iH'iliiniiltii! SiullloiiM, a lu rd ut
Known nn tin- UnImk Ulrv, wli i III a riim -b" iiudllurl nn, .r t J" I I'.Mt
tllP uot, Jtltli,) .') fi'i-t pi rin-tnlli iiliirly into tin- air rtr
inri imirn ni ii'rmur iir lornn-ra nan In tWi' or i intrv iiIl' m ii.v Ncviu
ilth.. .ma. i...i--i...ilii,. 1 1 1 m. i.l i.kl lint I
BIA JICHUnillUH vuillliljif ' n inr i . n'i m ' i.iii F 'I "H . ,'"''"' . , .
In tho MonKiiri, wIiIiiiIk tin- Iar4-'"i on nn 1 1, libra i" mom niiv mil mum Hi in all oiln-r nlunv coiiinini'u,
and actually morn iban in anv -mlojiral tiri:cii in Knnipn or Vimirna, muy hn inninl I in only pair nl" full-nruwii
llvlna H'lipopotanil, a p -att of 'nwi'rliii living (ilr.Ul'--, a airnl wnllv Klupliaiiti., tic tlrxi ovor m-un, a two honiDil
flvu ton Hliiuowroii, lour nl'int. oi'nun I.kmik, a li'rl il rurtotn bit 'in liliMiliaut", -ixtuon Arnbl in t'am-l. two cm. ud
Ciimul. llrKt vor m-mi, uow wbitn Kiiil'aUi, Alilnm Rland", Nyli-linii, I'o ar Ib-ata, and lllly uli-bt. n,o iron
bound cne tilled with tin- tlnci-l collt'illon of .irnlvoroim ami ln-rlilvcrona animal ovor aovn auywlioru.
Three Immense Railroad Trains
Tho larsfnt iiumliur of cirn ovor ni-cd by any ibo ri-nulti-d to Irancport It
Tlirun :l Ion locum itlvt'H um'd to
FIVE HANDS OK MUSIC, lot) GltFAT SOLO MUSICIANS IN TUN OKOlll-Xruv.
Sno tin) tmnr-inlntly b.-aniirul, rl h. no'iri-oim, Ktartllnir. wondiTful puradn. A pliim-'-toppud tld tl wayo ol
uplondor, lntrod'iclnllviibatidK of iiiiihIc. llltvMiimn dd cwr.-il rai-it. iwi-niy cit iddi-n p harlota, f.iiirti-.iii bittt"
Klcpbantaln royal IioiikIiikk. Tim bwnll'iil alU'Korb al lalil-au ort'oliimbla and ln-r ruurt of hi-auly, Introdiicliitf 1 1u
four biitidi.i)ini'Mw. im in m Ani'irlr llnrn aTi i iiunr rf. a I a biiiKoa, drawii lliroiiuli tba Ktr.Mit-. lol
ncopo chariot fortv ( .t Ulirh, rarrylnu aloff, hltfli In mid air, a IK In .doithanl, and up in It back a h.-iiatiriil Iri.tv
r!prni)iitinir l.ala Hookb dcparllnu from Ibilbl. Tlio 'rlnci' or India and hor royal wwoiirt. KhIkIUh In aolbl ll
vtir armor, and moro ontional fca' iin-n than overt I ba'on-. it I worth aliiindriMl mllf- Joiirin.y ton.
Kxcurnlona on all railroad at Kivaily rmlno-il raio, I'rcparu for a Jnyrm Julilluo. All nvuiiiioa or travel art
crowded, cboola cloo, work miopi'iiiln, aiid a grand uala day.
WHEN SELLS BROTHERS' BIG SIX SHOWS COME
Preimroto buu tliu bl.'goHt bIiow' nnd thu btoHt urowils you hnvo cvur bouii la nil your life. Exhibitions at tlio tiHital hours. ' AdtmaHitm tlio samo as ordinary shows
chargo, notwltlmtaudintf It is six times tho largest show you ovor saw. Bu la town early. lUlnj tho old folks, bring tho babies, bring tho aunts, cousins, wlvos, daughters
sweethearts, boys and all. If you soo nothing but the parojj, tho touts, and tlio Immense railroad trains, you will bo paid for the Journey.