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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1882.
Malaria is an almost in
describable malady which
not even the most talented
physicians are able to fath
om. Its cause is most fre
quently ascribed to local
surroundings, and there is
very little question, but this
opinion is substantiated by
facta. 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.
Malaria once having laid Its
hold upon the human frame, tha
door of the sytiera ia thmwnopen
to nervous di.eatM. The body
weak and enfeebled aUorb. no
rtouriihment, but lubtiiting; upon
liiclf, the digestive organ! no
l&nrpr perform their function ;
tneliv-r hecomei torpid, and other
ert(n failing to do their routin
wirk . n edil y become diiorderod,
and dittolution and death are apt
In addition to being i certain cure
fur malaria and chills and fever,
Urown's Iron Titters is highly
recommended for all diseases requir
ing a certain and effitxnt tonic; es
Ieciil!y indigestion, dyspepsia, inter
mittent fevers, want of appetite, loss
cf 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 tale by
all respectable dealers in medicines,
price, ft per boule
Be sure and get the genuine)
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
Take no other.
NEW YORK FASHIONS.
FALL MATEKHI.8 KLOWEUKD WOOLS TEL
Should you desire to tstablibh your
claims as a lady of fashion, invest forth
with iu a stontachc embroidered dress,
posstwd -of which, uot even your next door
neighbor can controvert your positiou. It
you act promptly too, you mny feel your
self on an equality with the most advanced
New York styles, tr as yet these novelties
are not seen on tho streets, but in the
wliolt'Bile repositories of lending importers
preparatory to dUpioy on retail counters
for tli.; ben. fit t the fashionable, who D..w
begin to return fmtn the country resorts.
A writer on "clothes dii!oiphy" I s
fulniit'.'.i to r.n hner view of the stock at
Lord & Taylor's mi 1 can tell you what is
to be. Tlie new einbroi lery is not open,
but consists usually of Pterns formed of
narrow soutache braid ur sometime heavy
stichin'. In general the colors are iden
tical with the material (eusliiucre, camel's
liair, satin finished cloth, etc.,) but aain
we see luirmonioiH shadings with the ad
dition perhaps of velvet put ou in ap
plique. Ot'en the entire front .breadth is
embroidery, but there are embroidered
bands put on in various way. Then there
are wools where the lower skirt consists of
wide flounces woven in bold
while the polonriHe is of plain goods.
Here of course thero u no embroidery but
these dresses arc not very bright because
the coloring have a chine like indistinct
uiss. Hut bright woven wools are a tea
ture; some showing pronounced designs
where largo fruits look lucious among au
tumn tented leaves. These flowered wools
will for the most p:irt be made up as po
lonaises with plain underskirts. In the
upholstery department of the same firm, I
observe full lines of fashion drapery cloth
which during tho summer at watering
places has been in favor with ladies who
embroidered it for table) covers,, lam
brequins, etc., and now that autumn
baa come, select it as an adornment
for many a fashionablo apartment. Com
ing in all tho new solid colors, this stylish
material closely resembles plush, but is
much more moderate in prico since though
Bixty-two inches in width it is sold for
ninety cents a yard. It is used not only
for all upholstery purposes but even us a
covering for valls;entlre tooms being lined
with it. Tho long, silky looking nap con
ceals the joints and in unbroken cxpanso it
stretches with excellent effect.
. VIMS GOODS.
Satin will still be fashionable despite the
coming up of wide repped And gros grain
Bilks while velvet is of extreme importance.
Especially in demand comes nonpariel vol
Toteen which now that it'a admirable qual
ities bavo been tried is more than ever
sought after. It has every quality peculiar
to fine grades of Lyons velvet while the cost
is much less as it ranges Irom one to two
dollars per yard. Handsome costumes are
made eutirely of it or it ia 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 polouaisu of satin finished cloth.
But be sure you see nonpariel velveteen
stamped on the wrong side of every second
yard as otherwise you may be imposed up
on by counterteit.
Leaders pf fashion for a month past have
worn turbans of feathers or Btraw turbans
trimmed with feather. Now come wide
brimmed straw, with crowns covered with
Velvet to which additions of birds, ostrich
plumes, etc.. will be made while later on
will be seen felt hats in all extensions of
brira and colors to match dresses. Capotes
feetn gifted with nine live and through
changes of timo fatal to all other styles,
show front once more.' But now become
larger and often the front grown to the
dignity of a cornet. Birds upon birds
lie ready for use. Many little ones
crowded together on a hat or very largo
single ones. Lcct Cauteh.
The old nerd them for strength; the
young want them lor a tonic; the sick crave
them to get well; the well take them to
remain so; dyspeptics need them tor relief;
epicures like them as an apetizer; everybody
takes Hope and Malt Bitters.
The U. S. government are using large
number of the Improved Howe Scales.
Borden, Selleck &, Co., agents, St. Louis,
I II h
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life Inaurance Company
IN THE WORLD.
ilt alone Unties
stipnlntlnif that the contract of tniniancn ha::
nol b (liuutod'' after it Kiuree ye-;, o'.d,
and thai such policies snail bu
on receipt of lailsfactory proof ol d.-uti.
lta j.oilcy I clear and couclse, and contains
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
S. B. READ YOUR l'OLIClKS. Comimic h.
short and simple form used by tho K iuitatile wli.
he loiiif and obscuro contracts loaded down wilb
ttichulcalltlea Issued by other companies!
Its CASH RETURNS
to poller bolderi are
N. B. Beo the many lotion from policy holders
xprssflun thotr gratification with tho return! fro i
their Toniini Savings Fund Policiks.
Beouuse of its
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely Invested, nearly
E. A. BURNETT, Affont,
Office, comer lata and Washington.
WoTember M, lNjl.-mWw
AS FAR SUPERIOR TO ANY .SHOW Til AT HAS EVKR VJSITKI) HERE AS AN ELECTRIC LIGHT TO A TALLOW
CANDLE. AUGMENTED AM.) ENLARGED TO SIX TIMES ITS FORMER SIZE. PRONOUNCED BY
PllKSS AND PuiILIO TO I5K UIK FlNKST TkNTKI) EXHIBITION OX THE FaCK OK THK Gl.OBK.
W ' ' ' UN
A. 'm,PENDOUS LTXIO.N'. CTJ.L
lmriatiiiin the combined attractions or
AMERICA'S SIX LEADING EXHIBITIONS
ConeoMdnt.ru; the Undivided and Unabridged Features of
SIX BIG CIRCUSES !
SIX BIG MEXAGERIES!
SIX BIG MUSEUMS !
ft n W I wfflfo
Known n the fivlnir I'nlrv, Im 111 nrr,in lie ill 1 1 tr mi, nrjr .11 1 feet . She li e liitii a bird iIim'" 1'"' f"et Illl.i
the net, Jiimii T. feel perieii.llnilnrly liiio Hie iilr ete
And more oilier mw perf.irniers limn in live or Himr Sn.r.v. Hev n lieiiunfiil per Inr mini; sih'IIiiiih, nerd ul
tlx perfurmlnn C.ilnni l.n'iiltle.eilniiii.xl Hlrnllf. hii.I ZelirH iiml the only perform lux llii pupotiinil ,
In tho Menau'i.'le. wlil.'hlc Hi.' l.irrf.'Hi on ea.lli, mi I eiiil.rii 'en mum rum unli.mix linn nil oilier hIi.iw H'.iiililneil,
anj actually more than in any . iiiloulenl liur'ii mi Kirope or Aui'tI.h, mv io ininel tho only pmr ol fill I ri n
living ll'ppi.poliiinl, a pall of ''iwerliii.' living (iir ill"'., h lr of o llv 1C i.ili .itit, ih i tlrni ever b.h.ii, a two rioriiml
flvu ton Khin.ieeros lour KUnt o.enu l.l.ini, a n. r I f fo irleen m :e Ulei.lia.iN, nixlnen Anilil m 1'imeU, two tro d
Camcli, llrst ever seen, snow rtlnie lluil'itl.i, Alrl.'.in Klandn. Nvlifliun, I'o nr tenri, nnd lllly eli'til n.. ' iroii
bound cages lllled Willi tho flnet eollectnn of e..riilveriiii n ml berhlveroiin anliiinU ever ecu uhyw bere,
Three I liniien
The Inrn.'Kt number ufcirn ever hhuiI by any
FIVE HANDS OK MUSIC. KID GIlF.AT SOLO MUSICIANS IN THK OKOIIIWIU.
Sno tho triiiicinliiitly beiiiillful, rl h. eiiri-e.iiis, Mlurl Hiiii, wonderful piinnl.i, A pliini"-toiiii(l tld il wavn ol
aplniidor, nitrodiieliiK llvti bund" of niilHle.. Ilftv-.ili!lit i; .1(1 civere.l Me. Iwoiilv ureal (.i.eii eliarlol", tiiirle.in Imit"'
Klepbiuils In mvnl liiinlni;. Tim heunill'ul ulle(orlel I'llileiui of I'oliiuiblii and h.ireniirl of b.iuiity, Inlrodiielii the
TDIir UlinilOllleHl W.llll III 'II 'Vll H'l." I inin v rn '
aeonn ehurloia fortv fiel lik'b. nirrvlnij iilofl, liluh In
rnuntMintiiiK Lain It.iokh ilepurllnii from Delhi. Tho rrlnces of tiiilln mid her royal ineourt. K uf irlitt.
... .in. ir uii.i .,, .,iuo...ii.l .....inc.. Mum ever aiM'tl luifore. It Is Worth a liiindreil mile loiirnev I.)
Kxciirslons on nil nillro.l atirreully re.lue.'d
crowded, achoola close, work mispoiuls, and a Brand
WHEN SELLS BROTHERS' BIG SIX SHOWS COME
Prcpnreto boo tlio biguut nlnw niul the ImuuchI crowilu you luwo ovur scun iu all your life Exhibitions nt the usual Iioum. Atlntirtsioii tho 8mo as ordinary ihows
charge, notwitlmtamlinrt it Is six times tlio liirtfuiit show you oversaw. 1)j in town early. lliing tho olj folks, bring the babies, bring tho aunts, cousius, wives, daughter!
iweethearts, boys and all, If you soo uofliiiig but the purada, the touts, and tin immonso railroad traius, you will bo paid for the journey.
03VJID.A."ir SEPT, 11.
- GKEST OF1
TII ONLY BIG SHOW COMING
SIX BIG TEXTS
.-J1 'l- "
so Ea i 1 road Trains
n'uiw r.'qnlied I.) IriiiiKport It
Three. : v l.m loroiu iti
iiiiii i n.
' n . iranm. .nnu iiiiwiikii iuu
mhl air, u llvh.j ebiiilniiit, and up m U biielc a
rire, I'r.ipur.i for a Joyful lilhlluo, All n von lion
dim Of V U
AT.L FOR ONE PRICK OF ADMISSION
ORKAT f'lRCTS UINV.S AltE COXSTATLV USED.
"'""''"' '. ai f l'KHMM(MAV('K. IT WOt'l.ll TAKK AT 1 KASI Tlfv
H1 US T' lilVK THK J'KHKOKMAM'K IX A SIN I! IV 1 ' ihS
o nurnroa ivriormor. Aipeur Ual.v. more than In any Ave
MB. C II A ELES FISH
The wnrM var.til(.ilng Spmilfh ciiieniriennc,
S IG NOW IT A A I) KLAIDE C0KD0XA.
Tin ie rni'iiralled I'arihian niiiKbet,iliu
JIlIilXCr-I FAMILY n A. Ar 111 N H
'J he iinlverciilly renow ned
Caiion anj) AVasjiington Troupe.
The In llll i.it o iioKt ritin in.'l.'or
:oox j muoisi i mo
'I In .In tmii. n inirvi l,
T L T T I , 1 1, .1 L I. Q XI T.
T.ie II iiiele.-i. mini of I.eii'Blc,
funny Cl"wtt, Iml ('HAlil.KV .SEELV. Fifty ilmililo .SointiKault LcBpcrs, incluJing
1IIUII WARD, ln. Ici...s nv, r 1-1 oJff Ji:tntM. Tliu FamuiiH Ueaul v.
v.K uhi i! to
In iiolt.l ml
of travel an
THIS YEAH !
OXR HUNDRED SUPERIOR
other SLos. ctilef tnumg vUom are the hero hre ma