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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEIHlUAIiY 23, 1881.
QICK HEADACHE !
We Mean Cured, Not Merely Kelieyei
And Can I'ruvu What wu Claim.
tOI'lllTli m till failure Hll'l llll (llHIIII)Olllt
tiie.nt. If ynii are I n 1 1 1 with SICK IIKAD
ACIIK you ciin In' t.ariiy hii'I ipiiikly cured, a-biiU'lrc-ilii
have been aln any . We ahull he plcaacc
to In a 1 1 a Mir.' t of teal Iniuiiinla In itny Intcrcalcd.
Carter's Little Liver Tills
AIo cure Ml J turina of Jill lon-m a. prevent Cimatl
I'atlon anil iyI'ii ia. promote J i i' Hnii, rdiiivi
dalreaa from' too hearty iraMna. correct il:ur'l;rk
(if th- SlmiiiK h. Siiniiilnte Hi"1 l.iv.-r. hip! I:iv::la'i
the llnKela Tiny ili all llii li)' taken' iut one
Utile pill it a (-. Tli'-y nre 'i r-l v v i," talilc, (1(
not rip or purir". anrt'iirc h ih arly perfect
II Ik poi-mblc lor a pill In I.". I'li"- ' .1 If. n for
l. Sold tiy dm" -lata evervlii fe or m by ninli
CAIfl EH MtDH'lSK .. hit IK. l'A.
MRS. LYDiA F. FIKKHAM!
OF LYN'.'- WASS.
lux i n:i:u i.r
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Th i Pnlt iv fn -i
For all Female Complaints.
fhlapf-iaratl'i. Mitt nam lurnifl.-a, cniiata of
Vf-gcuUili' l'nia rtii-. that ar- tiAnnl -ui to 11m- muat del
tnUctnrall'l. ltl "Ih trial tie- m. rlL of thu Corn
P'urid will h rriipiilw-'l, a- n ll. f It InimMlat ; and
Vh.fl Itl U' l, r. titilill. t. In fori' It n.rie t In a tllin
di-ad, aj-niiati i.t''iir- in :Te.-tc ! iDi -iiwoi'I-i t. -tlfy.
(m a-unt of II r .'Ti nuTin, it ! l-vilar r
eorawrelMl aiel nTiU-l dy tlm U-H 'liyicuui in
It vill mr Mtlreljr tti ort I rm r.f f:llr
of tlx ulenm, ui orrhoa. Imirulir ami painful
Mrnnlrualtiii,aJK)raruuiTr''il'Ji, tt.fljuiinjUioa and
Oraratloo, rvAf, all l'1-i twnw nti aiul IV rio
afjtM'iit iptiial akn'-i, aii-1 iirlnlly ailApted V
the Chaiigf ftf I If". It l!l iJi.-.'Iti' and ei--i tumora
from U.' litenjwlnan rlv fi iif 1. v.-P etn-nt, Ti
tondrncy tii e:mri-nmii hum-'r tin n I eUi-elc-l ry
pMdlly by lu ut.
In fa.-t l hi prot'd to l llii fTt
eat and U-t mimly tl.at 1ij ct-r li n iIiwotit
rd. It pernM-at" every portion of the nyt-m, ajv1g:Tr
Dew llfaaiidtlkfor. It r-inor, f Jiiiim-m rlfiliilnry. da
atroyaallcraTtiig for atiiniilaiiin,biiJ ri hetin acka-ai
tf tha it'na b
A eurea Tl'iatlrifr. llra1aehe, Ni-rrmia I'r'i-tratlrtn,
(enrrJ a liility . Sl pln-i-a, F i r. n and Indl
(tatlnn. Ttiat fi---lliii! of l"ani),:d i ii, rKinlnn Jn,
wflf btartd tawkaela', lxal i m uii ndy cured hy
Itauaf. It wlllat all turn . and iiii'linill rirrunutaa
ea. art tn haruioiiy illit!.e 1k tl. it k iverna Um
For Klilia-yOioipliu1'14 of . il.-1 i tl.n rinvund
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vupetable Compound
la prrred at r.la ul Wft rn Aveii'ie. l.vnn. Maaa
Price 1. Su l'itl" f' '."i M-i it by mail in tlio
form of plttii,al.oln llie form of l.7ciifcria. on receipt
ofprtiTi, l.'. pr l.n. for eitVr. Mm. I'lNKllAM
frlyanwrrallMt' rsi t tivpil-y Noel for pam
phlet Ad'!nHatiie .V.i.li. .11 ll,i ;.ir.
No family ulioiildlie itl,..nt I.YIH A K IMN K Mr M
UV'.Il I'lU.H. Tlity run C'on-tipillou. l'iiluuuii
mdTorvld:tr nf th-UT' r c nu tr Ikh.
HICIIAUDSdN A CO., St. Louis. M.
Whtile.alc nueiiia d.r IAUIX K. l'INKIIAM'S
sn il as
Consuiuptioii. l!niiicliiliJ, Asllnna, (ieii
eral Debility, Drain Kxlniiistii.il,
Clintuir Const ii'iition, CliMtnie.
Diiirrliiea, Dsyjiejisia, or
Loss ov Nkuvocs Powki:,
Are positively curi'd by
Syrup (if Ujiioiiliospliites
Attention bil" Ix'cn culled In Hie fu' l Hull In"-
t. uiim nf llviiiiolioHiiliiteM nre inure leildilV
lllllV.ll w ' .' 1 'i 1 . . . 1
abnorbed by the avrlem. they are In ller iiiillculeil
an auxllliirlea wlili winch to Improve Hie Hlood,
and irrnenilly cine Wiiatlui: Diaeuai-a. tliiuiiill oilier
prepitrnllona friitn I'lioaplioriia. And a hut I'Iiok
1. .,tii..ra an biri'i'lv llllotlle lllllllllll ei'iiliolliv,
U becniilra pur t'Xtellcfii e Hie beat vehicle wltll
which to iiaHoi'liilu Ibe other vHiiIi.uik iiivireillelili'
nf lii.uii.iv lilomi. Nerve and Muai'lo. In Fellow
Syrup or llvpnphiiiililli'H me eninlilneil nil the
aubmaticea round neceHaary I" lliHire riibunl heHllh,
and, wliereBH, It wiin Inveiiled with 11 view to tiip-
ply every tlerli lency, It curtniniy tun pertoruiea
ailllie wonder I ill rurea.
Do not bo deceived by retnedlea beiinnir B
almlliirliiuiiei tin oilier nreiiaritlloii la a nibalitilln
for till", under any rlreuiiihlnncea. I.nok out for
the tiiimu and aiblreaa. ,1. I. FF.U.UW'S, SI. .lolin
N. B.. o" ll'" yllow w rnpper In wiiler iniirU. which
la aeen ny iiuiuiiin 1 ne pii,er lieroru the num.
HOliD nY ALL DIUHitilHTH.
An fid work In '""" ll,WD I'' outfit free, Ho
XhnrUk. Kuiider, If you want a huidneaa at
tVV'u,l,ih n.irarma Iif elllier aex can make ureal
pay all tlm time lliev work, write for partlctilara to
11. II ALL E IT A CU.. roruauu-
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
IvMrgoHt Ciroulntion of any Daily In
avaur MniiNiNoiMoNUATt iioaPTiui,
Only Morniiij Daily in Southern Illinoin.
Ori en: liullf.tiu llullilltiK, W.uliltiKUiD Avenue
H ubmir I pt i on Jt it t m :
Dally (delivered by carrier) pur week f Hi
ny until 1111 advance) one year m 11
H:i montln 5 IKi
I brmt iiiniitlia JSi
Ouu motitli 1 11O
II. mall lln advance) one year i t 0(1
Hijr inoutha 1 0()
Tur nunilia 6u
To club" of leu and over (per cjiy) 1 W
I'OfluiD in all cane prepaid.
Klratlnaertlon. per auuaru It Ofi
HabteqaontliiHertliiiia, r Mre W
oroiie wei a, per aipiure 1 mi
Fnrtwo weeka. per a(iiar 4 Wl
Kor thme yviiuka 6 )
For one month 7 00
Kvjliudrilil.inal hi 11 are 4 00
!' lln rill tintire 1 00
OWtnarie and reaoliillonn paaaed try acx.letlea
teiicoiilf per line.
leath and inarrlayea fren
Kirai Irno-rlion, tier anuare 11 OU
.Siiliie()iieiii Inaerllona Ml
BlKht llneanf aolld nonpareil cimntlmte a nimre
'jiplityctf inlverilKDinent will lie cliarifed accord
inn t tin: upacf orcnplfd, at above ratca-ihere bo
inir twv'vr liui N of aolld type to the Inch.
To regular advertlaera we offer anperinr Indnrn
ntenla. both ac to ratea of rliri'ri and manner of
dicplayliif their favora.
J.ocal notlcea twenty crnta ner line for rlrt maer
tl n , ten renin per line for each mibe'ie!it inner
Tlii- paper may lie found on fil at (ieo. P. Howell
i'o.'m NeMiipaper Advertliiinir Hareau.dO Kprncc
a r et) where advertlaini; contract may be made
I r 't in New Vurk.
Commniiir allium 11 pun anblerta of exneral Intoreat
to '.be public are at all tlni'-a acceptable. Rejected
11 'Rnar ripta will not tie returned.
Letlerp and cominiinlrallona thould be addreaaed
r. A It'irnelt Cairo lllluuia "
tiua Kovtler ....Podutah
'iolden liule riiicinuatl
Dick Pulton Memjihia
Orand Lake . . M. I.oui"
My ( bull e
W. 1'. Hal, May
II i Wood I'ai'uraii
iranllc Stile TltUburu'
II T. Dexter Evarjiville
(iiiH Kowler Padneah
lioldeu Kill.'.- New Orleaia
W. !'. Halllilav
1 1 iikroHTi
filck Kiilton ....
II. 1 i. Wood....
.Inl.ii Mi nim....
II T Dexter ..
. . . I'o'l innDt
Ice is still flow int; out of t lie Mi.s8is.sippi
Tlio f-tt.iui.tr W. P. Il.illidny H lierr.- frum
Tin' C. W. Anderson will leave for Nusli
villi' tn morrow.
Tlio river itt tins port now stands 42 feet
uUivo low wuter murk, and is still rising.
It is tliidislit ly to-morrow niolit tlirtt
tin- )liin at Cincinnati and Kvansvillc will
The. ' ihio lit tsi.x o'clot k ji. in. yei-terday
at tliii purt bhowed & rise of 1 foot and 10
iiu In s, or 42 feet mid 10 inches alxive low
"Who, it js .tskrd, hit Hilly Patterson, and
now we would like to know the, author "I
Unit St. Louis dispatch of which The IH i.
i.i. 1 1 N" made mention hist Sunday.
('apt. Shields informed us last night that
the ll.ilhday would leave some time before
daylight and that the City of Helena
would here to night, and the Howard de
parts Friday next.
Tlie John S. Hopkins from Evansville,
will prohahly be here to-night. Arrange
ments are being perfected so that wc shall
have a through boat lroiu the above place
only twice a week, Saturday and Sunday.
e (!us Fowler makiag connections with
the Dexter and Hopkins at Paducah.
A Daughter Kcsciied.
A Frankfort (Kv.) physician writes:
Some months ago the daughter ot one of
our prominent citizens was pronouueeu
nmeless consumptive. Mie was very mueli
reduced in llesh; terrible cough, her life
LXiiduallv wasting away. I recommended
her to use "Dr. pwayne s Uimpoiitia pyrup
cf Wild Cherry," which she did. In a
short time she was tree from all cough and
tithtr rVinntoiiiH, anil is now rosy and
healthy. Price -J.i cents ami f l a nomo or
fl liottlcs f. The large size is the most
conomiciil. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne
it Son. Philadelphia. Sold by drutlgists.
An occasional dose ot "Swaynes Pilla
should he taken to keep the bowels free.
They are excellent for torpid liver anil bil
ions complaints. Sold by all the Cairo
,11 those who don't wish their Insurance
Out' of Policy wont, let their policy stop,
I'.ut when Itilious Headache ails them they
always will try,
The virtues of Spring Illossom as a sure
Prices: $1 ., 50 cents, and trial bottles 10
To nil who are Hiiu'e ring from the errors
and indiscretions of youth,nervoii8 weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will cure you, freo ot
charge. This great remedy whs discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self addressed envelope to tlio llev. Joseph
T. Innian, Station D, New York City.
Ik you want to Ret rid ot pimples, boils,
tetter, &c, use ' Lindsey's Mood Searcher."
Sold by all druggists.
BuoU and Shoes.
Tracing loot covering)! through tho
diU'cronf phases they have traversed in
France ami elsewhere in modern times,
we find that their form and style have,
varied with each reign or important
eveut. In the eighth century, for in
stance, a bishop nf Winchester had
shoes mado fop the lirsl time, to lit the
right nnd left foot respcclively. This
bishop was no oilier Hum SI. Swithin,
who enjoys thu same celebrity across
the Channel as St. Medaro in Franco;
as our readers no doubt are aware, if it
rains on St. Swilhin's day it will run
liiiuu to do so tor forty days more. To
return to our shoes. In the twelfth
century they became pointed, and stile
seipii'iitly iivstmied the "a la poulaiiii!,"
or rostral style, thu disproportionately
long and pointed shoes being looped up
to the knees. The "poiilitines" had
been invented for the benefit of the
(Joint! d'Anjoii, whose feet went de
formed, ror boiue reason they excited
the ire of the church, which hurled its
thunders at "pniilaine" shoes and for
hiwle eceh'sia-ities of any rank to wear
them. The "poohine.-,'' gave way to
their exact (ippoiites, very broad, short
shoes, from which la'.ti r fashion arose
the proverbial saying, "Hi' is on a widu
footing in tin; world," which compli
mentary expression may be traced back
to the fourteenth century, when tho
broad, slushed shoes came into vogue.
After various niodilieaiions the shoe., in
the time of Loiiii XIV., n'iiiiivd a red
heel, which the court ladm went in tho
habit of wearing cxcesivtdv hih for
the following reason: Maria Theresa of
Austria, the contort of biui-. XIV., be
ing of shoil .stature, wished to coun
teract the defect by shoes with heels of
pyramidal height, and accordingly set
the fashion, which of course was speed
ily adopted. The jciuiesse doree" of
the seventeenth cetilill V Weill so far as
to have liioir :4ioe Icels painted with
various de-igns, the shoes or slippers
themselves beiugtliadeof silken fabrics,
or black or crimson velvet. Pastoral
uhjects, cupels and even bunches of
(lowers from the brush cf Wattcaii, fig
ured on these heels. I'Miring the reign
of Louis XV., ladies won; heelics slip-
icrs adorned with precious Mows, and
Mile. Camargo of tho opera introduced
a specialty of this description which be
came universally adopie I. Mine, de
Pompadour, by the way, wore very
iniiileil shoes with ro-eiles ami jewelled
buekolsnn them, and this style was sub
sequently largely favored by "fashion
ables" of the male sex. Louis XVI. , us
ing buckles of inordinate width. Af
ter, the ' I error boots s.iglitly "a la
poulaine" came into fashion for women
and Hessians and SuwarnHs for men.
About the various types of shoes, etc.,
that have been or are still employed m
the present century, nothing need bo
The New York Evening Post savs:
Two conditions are present which will
make the opening of the next spring a
season of apprehension. In Virginia
ami all through the Middle States ex
cept in northern New York, there are
' . t I -I . i : I.
v.-"-! ileposn.soi Miowanu unusual inieK-
ness of ice in the rivers anil lakes. Hie
event of having unusual ui:tsirous
floods is then fore only a niiestion of
weather. If day succeeds day with
sunnv warmth and -low disintegration
ol the great drills, ail will In will. Put
if the rain ih "ends, the snows melt
.suddenly and the rivers break up in
tlood, there is the certainly not only of
the enormous damage which a simple,
rise of waters causes ahmg swift risers,
but of the ice dams which conccntratu
and intensify disa-ter. For many years
the two potent caiies of great spring
floods, namely, (hick ice and deep snow,
have never appeared with so threaten
ing aspects a.s they do now.
. Ma . awe
Eace for a Pieco of Land.
A short time since two Americans
quitted a tow a in tin' Far West by tint
same train for a district near Sioux
Falls. Their object was identical---thev
were rival claimants to a piece of
land, and each held a dee I of such a
nature that the lirst recorded would
entitle the holder to permanent posses
sion. It was accordingly expected by
those who were watching the contest
that when the train containing the pair
of woiihlbe landowners reached its des
tination, there would be a sharp run for
the Government agent's ollicc. In this
however they were disappointed, ones
of the parties to the contract being a
much cleverer man than his friends had
suspected. As the carriages approach
ed the city, this worthy, moving from
one car ti another, suddenly jumped
upon the engine, and, slipping thu
coupling that connected it with its load,
left the train to take care of itself. In
vain was it attempted to dislodge him;
he held on until the town was reached,
when, sliditig off the locomotive, ho
made a dash for the ollicc, recorded his
title, and entered upon his property,
while his rival was waiting in the train
on the line, discomfited and ouliuau
ceuvred. An Englishman named (ieorge lhuley
was the pioneer in printing railroad
tickets by wholesale, lie began busi
ness in Buffalo in 1S0, and, making it
a specialty, soon secured the patronage
of nearly every railroad in his section.
He employed men of wide experience in
inixinr the disagreeable colors and ar
ranging the ill-suited type; he made
honesty iv passport to employment in
his establishment; guaranteed that nono
of the tickets would be stolen, and in
sured the railroad companies against
all possible losses try speculations w mm
tho tickets were still in his hands. Tim
result was that he was exlraordinaiily
successful, and the house in Buffalo is
now looked upon as tho greatest of its
kind in tho country.
Near Paris a peasant girl was desert
ed by her lover, who had promised to
marry her. Some time afterward he
called anil found her washing clothes
in tho garden near a well. J'hey had
been chatting a while, when suddenly
the irli'l. ns if I iv accident, dropped ft
cloth' in the well, and exhibited great
grief over tho loss of it. Her compan
ion volunteered to lean over the well
and fish tho garment out; but whih) ho
was so engaged the girl caught him by
the legs andthrew him in. In reply to
his cnos, she told him if ho promised to
marry her she would pull hint out lie
promised, hut no sooner was ho out
than ho brought a suit against her for
trying to murder him. Then at last ho
withdrew it and married her.
Zabdiel Adams, a Congregational
clergyman, of Massachusetts, in the last
century, was noted for sharp wit and
pithy sayings. He was apt to say pung
ent things in tho pulpit if matters w ent
badly in the parish, and adjoining
parishes had learned to fear his sharp
A neighboring clergyman noted for
his mildness and timidity, once propos
ed an exchange of pulpit's. Mr. Adams
accepted the proposal eagerly, tor ho
was ii.chingto tell the people some plain
truths about their niggardliness in neg
lecting their Iiieeliiig-hollso. Thero
were broken panes in the pulpit window,
a ragged cushion on the desk, and a
general forlornness about the sanctuary.
Mr. Adams had prepared a stinging
rebuke for parsimony, when his timid
neighbor, suspecting sonio such pur
pose, rode over on Saturday and exact
ed a promise that he would say nothing
unkind to the people. Mr. Adams re
luctantly consented, but a new idea oe
cured to him. Taking a little bag into
the pulpit, ho wailed till the congrega
tion gathered. Then, looking round,
a.s if feeling a draught, he examined the
broken panes, and opening bis bag,
took out a bundle of rags, stuffed them
slowly into the openings, and surveyed
his work with great satisfaction. Thero
was a sensation below.
lie then began the services. In the
middle of his sermon, growing very
animated, he closed the Bible, set it
aside, and lifting his harids impressive
ly, suddenly brought them down with
great force on the cushion. Feathers
blew out of the holes abundantly.
Looking round comically, be said:
"Bless me! how tho feathers fly!" and
resumed his sermon as if nothing had
It is needless to say repairs were
made before another Sunday though he
had kept the letter of his promise to tho
AN INTERESTING LETTER.
IT UINOS OK A G HATEFUL IlEAKT AND GIVES
HONOK WIIEUE HOMiit IS DUE.
Mr. S. W. Capps, r f Scottsville, Macoupin
county, III., writes, under dute of Aug. 20,
1SS0, to Dr. Swayne it Sou: "I sent to
you for three boxes 'All-healig Oiritnn ill,'
havitii.' hud the Itching Piles for about
twenty-three years, and have been treated
for them by eleven different doctors, and
have paid nut at least five hundred dol
lars yes, I would he safe in saying one
thousand dollarsbut never was cured ol
that itching which annoyed uie almost to
death. When I became warm, particularly
at niht, the itching would begin, and the
oniy relict w as to hat he in cold water,
sou'ctltncs ns often as .six or seven times in
one night. I coneludt d to tr.f your Oint
ment, and have used two boxes, and the
result is a perfect cure, and I will say that
it is the best Ointment in the world, a nd
will recommend it to one and all as such.
Swayne's Ointment is sold bv all Iniiri.ri-ts.
PkusuNai,. Mr. I.uc B. Hasbuck, of
Sk match's, N. Y., writes: 1 have been
troubled with bronchitis fir years, and
Thoims' Mclectric Oil is the only medicine
that would ever take effect; one dollar's
worth of it has entirely cured inc. 1 have
used it fur several other affliction?, and
have always found it to have the best re
sults. Alter once tifinir the Kclectric Oil,
no one will he without it. It is mme fully
described in regular advertisement; see
A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. Neglect frcipieiitly re
sults in an Incurable Lung disi use or Con
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like couch syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inllain
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief m
Asthma. Bronchitis, Cotiyhs, Catarrh, and
the Thrift Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Biown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well tneiiteil rank among the few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 2.) cents a
How's tlio Baby.
"How's the baby!" "His croup is belter
this morning, thank you, wegave him some
Thomas' Eclectric Oil as you advised, doc
tor, and shall give him some more in an
hmir or so." Next day the doctor pro
iiotinccd the youngster cured.
nOLCMBl'S, HICKMAN, NEW MAD-
RID A.xD T1PTONV1LLE.
M.J. TURNEK, Master.
.1. K. NEWS, Clerk.
Leav, fnlru every Munihtv and Friday for tlio
above pointa. Kor freiKht or pan-aiuc apply at No.
li wharl boat.
Outfit lurnlahed tree, with full In-
inn tluiia for coinlui'lliin the moat
iirolltiiblubiialneaatliat any onu can
cnuiuio in. Tim lMi!nca I" an euay
to Team, and our Inslriictlona are o
alnitiln mid iilhln. that any one cm
make (treat irnllta front Ihe aturt. No ono can fall
who la wIIIIiik o work. Women art aa aurceaaiul
na nu n. Hnya and lr! rnn earn liirite aiima,
Mary have nuidu nt thu tuiHllcaa over one hundred
iliilliiralr n alnulu week. Nnllilnit like It over
known before, Alt who emmiM' urnrltl at tliu
eiiae and puililllv wlili which thev are able to niiikc
money. You can empire, in thn buMm-aa during
your apart' time at ureal profit, loudo tioi tiiivetu
Inveat capital In It. We liike all tliu rlak . Tlloao
who need ready money, "lioulil wllm to ua Ht once,
All furnlahed friio. Addreta TUl'K fc CO., Ail
gnal a . Mulue.
K I I B LF M
j ) hciiinatism and Neuralgia lay the strongest on the shelf,
J J igh and low, rich and poor, "you know how it is yourself,"
jach motion causing agony, your life is full of pain
JJntil guided by God's mercy, you Eclectric Oil obtain!
Jo.st happy then you ate to find, your pain has gone away,
iiii half a bottle still is left to do another dayl
-phen greatfuily you sing in praise of Thomas' Eclectric Oil,
J n curing your Rheumatic Pains, that did your comfort spoil
o h t loud I e ius of joy be sung, rcsiind from shore to shore,
"Jnko known to all Rhematic Pains, need never trouble more
S,M ly all Druggists.
Go to PAL L G. S( HUH. Druirmst.
rs. For brightness and durability of
unds. price l' cents.
M t. . tn:t 1
I ' .' f'
Cuke Youk Backache.
Audall dlci'H'ee of the Kidii'va, nindder and
Urinary Orirnun by tteariLK the
Imjirovetl Excelsior Kidney-Pad
It Is a MAHYKL of UKAI.INCi and ItF.LIKF
Simple, Sensible, Direct, rain
It f 'l.Mf I-:s where nil else falla. A KEVF.LA
TlOS and HICYHI.I'TION in Medii ine. Absorp
tion or direct upnltcntlnn, uppoaed o un
r4:il'ct(iry ititeji.nl tnedicli.e. r-eml for otir
treatiHe on Kidney trouble-:, aent free. Smd by
uniifu'iata, or m nl by Ilia:!, on receipt of price,
(.nXiInnd'en TIIE 0XLY M'Xfi I'ADCO
nine Kidney Pud DETROIT,
ihK nir ii ami t;,.l,;
MaiiiiiiiTS for the Norlliwert
Used and approved by the leading PHYSI
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
The most Valuable
SKTW DISEASES, EHEUMATTSM
CATARRH, HEMOKBH0IDS. Etc. Also for
Concha, Colds, Sore Throat, Croup
SfTrj them. 25 and 50 cent sizes
CBAMI ni.ll.al, ATT1IK I'lllLAIU I l'lll i vnsi--.,.-J I a bua.
MLVtU flKU AL AT TIIE PAUL'S ULPOeilTION. COLGATE & CO., N.Y.
Mendelssolin Piano Co.
Will make, for tho next CO days only, a Grand Offer of
p i a. Tsr o s a.k;d oiiGA-isrs.
8H50 Square Grand Piano for only 821.1.
STYLE .'i ehienilleentlbmewdiidcai'c, elerunllv tlnlahcd.:) atrlneaT l-l Octavca full patent
. , CHiititiiti' Hi-rull. ai. our new piitent oversimnp acnle. I.eiiiitiltil carved leeaanri Ivre heavy
aertiei ttliie and luru-e fancy niniildlnK round caae. full Iron Frame. French (irund Action, (iratid Hani
hlvu'a'ided 'V,'ry ,UV'illU,1, CllU ""T WliV '''"a "' ,liu l"'rf,l,l,lDllf Iheluatrumeiilbaa
Uur,lirlf,,r,llll"l'i',lrnnieiit boxed and delivered on board Iho cara at New York C'.Jfft ni
Willi line Piano t 'over, Stool and Hi ok, only C-l.''".
I Ilia l'liiiiu will liu setil on teat trial . I'leaae aend reference 1 vim do not aend iniitiev wllh order, f'aah
aent wllh tirdi rwlll be n funded and freight clu.ru'ea pnld bv ua bulb wava If Piano la' not Jii-t aa rep
reaenteil Im llila adverllaeiiient, Tliouaanda In use. Seud for t'uliilo),'ue. Kvery in-lriiiiienl fully war-
rumen uir nu1 1 eiira .
PI A V iJ '''''oJmhii
5 IKI (with Stool. Cover
sipuirea ounliiHi our New 1'nienl .Scale, Hie itreiileat Itiiprovctneitt In the history of Piano making. The
t'prliilita nre tho lineal In America. Poaltlvely we make the Hi eat Planoa. el Hie rleheat tone anrf jtrcat
i'Kt diirabl'ity. Thev nre recommended by tlio biblical mimical authoritli a In the country, t:er l l.nO
In tiae, and not onediaaiitlatleil piircliiiaer. All I'liinoa and lircana aent on dnya teat trial freight
free If unaatial'iiriorv. Don't fall to write Ua before limine Positive l.v we oiler the neat biiruania. l at
nliiL'ue in in 1 ill free. Iliindxoiiii' lllualraled and Deacrlptive latnlneue if 4s pnra niailen fur 'ic 1181110.
Every Piano fullv warriinled for ft veara.
t TM Our "I'lirlnr (irund .lubllee Oriiun," atyleliri, la the tlneat and aweeleat toned Heed
i oru'iin ever offered Ibe niimn'iil public It contains Five (Iclnvea, Five acta Kecda,
lour of ., Ocmvea eiu li. ai d one or three Octiivea. Thirteen Stopa with Orand
, Meloilln. Vlnln, l liile.t'eleate. Dulcet. Kcho, Me!ndhi Forte. I'cleatlnH, Vlollna, Flute
tound Ori'im and (irand-awell. Knee Slopa Il-lflit Tl Ini'hea: Lentth. 4:1 In; Width
liiueil. aim lb". Thecnae lanf aolld walnut, veiieen il w lib ehnlen rnmHi. ..l i ..r
I'ortii, l r inoin. i.iunii ciri'im nun i.ranu-aweii. ineti
1 111; H ciuni. tiiueti. Miio in-. 1 necnae lanl aollil
entirely new and benutllul deHlt'ii elaborati ly carved, wllh ralaeil pnnnela, nmalf cltiaet, lump stand a
fretwork, Kit'., nil clcirntitly llnlahed Poaseaaea the latent and heat tniproveiuetita, with irreat power'
V'l""' -, i e,..., ".v j
Itephir re iill price JjSft. 'Mir wbiileaale net caab
only Jv-aa one iiritim aella nthera. Poaltlvely tm
have fully tealed the iirir-.n p your own home Ve
111 It ll wltl'M If 1 ti all 1-11 111., t . I U tint aa a.lt-,.....il...t Ir.i
Ban only f nr.: It atop. f sr,: l l atoj.-. in. Uvt i,w aold, and uverv bruan haa slven thu
ViVi,w,r.l,n,iH-r?r,,''.l.''Jr,,'ul.Hrl,,n,.l'.',l.ln'7- I'',',,,,y '" rerooma:riTth St. ind loth Avo
SHEET I IS I( ' "l's third price. I'liliuouMie of :ilMl choice pl cea aent for Sc a
nil lili 1 lion t iitalnmieincludeanioai of thu popular mitalr of the dav and over
111 UPlcHl coiiipoaitlnn, by the boat authors,
MENDELSSOHN IT A NO CO..
li.)jPKH MONTH (H'AHANTKKD. We. will
C-'U pay the ubove aalury torapair, and reita
blu men who will pernianetilly act aa oar loeul
iiu'cuta hi i ni l my n the I'nlted Stniea and
Canada. o they ran. If they ehonae, work on emu
miaalon, Whh relhililn Juirtlea we will contract
by the year or Icon of yeara, Wo will aend to an
Pitrly nieanlnit bnahli'Ma aamnlea of olir teiilatera;
Ii aiika mid circular, with our rulea uinl term-, on
receipt of J'J Wo are not aelllne; aiitnplea. but
want acllvo amenta at once. TI1KADM KI.I.'M
IMPHOVICI) MEIirilANTII.K AtiENCY CO.,
Sprlnullcld, Maaa. F.Htabllahi'd rebruury. isrs.
'lllllNMIM t t 1
('lion,,,,,,,,,,, - jtttt.wt.t
A T ISM!
I'lSICE 50 cents ami $1.00.
Cairo. Ills., for Mrs. Freemnns' New National
color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
Cures by ADSORPTION (Nature's way
A JTHUOAT DISEASES.
HDUIVKS INTO the ayatem curative aireutt
and heulint! medicine.
It DliAWS FltU.M the dloeaaed parts the polrona
Unit ClillHi' dent h .
THOUSANDS- TKSTIFYTO ITS VIHTl'Eo.
You can be Relieved and Cured
Don't dcppiiir until von have tried tbia aeueibie,
Kiislly Applied and 11 A 1) I L A 1, L Y K F
F K (.' T 1 A I. Hemedy
!-o il by druKttlut"! or aent by mail on receipt of
price, l.'.tRi, by
n,on!'lf0and ourTIIEONLY Ll'NG PAD CO.
book Three DETROIT.
Cent free, Michigan.
Monap'rHfortbe Nort sweat.
Article from pur
Yaseliue auch aa
Vaseline Cold Cream
Vaseline Camphor Ice,
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
ar la parlor t. koj ilcailar oaat.
and Dinhthcria. etc
An atrreeable form of tak
ing Vaseline internally.
of all our goods.
and HooU All alrlctly Flrat claaa and aold at Whole
pileea 1 heae l lnnoa nindeoiie ol Hie fliiesl iliaplava nt the t'etitennlal
and were tiniinlinoiiali recnni mended for Hie Ilitllieat Ilonora. Hie
stopa ll-lflit ,1 Ini'hea: l.eiit tli. 4:1 In- Width
walnut, veneetu w lib choice wnmla. ami la ..r
.',1.11111111 pin,, 1 ueeia aim uerieci plop action
price to bav.lt Introduced, with atmd and bonk
devlniloti in price npavment reiiulrid until von
aend i ll Orirana on 15 dnva teat trial and l.av freleht
1.. t. .......... .1 .. .... . . .- . -. a
tuner aiyiea-s atop or-
am D lb I a
thu lionular inllalc of lh Hav anil overv varlctT .
D.0. box L05, New York City.
-K V Outfit aent free lu llioae win' ian ,
VI: bualne-a known. Kvervlh n ne
S f I Cat .Ml not rciulred. We will ftirul
f ) ever thltiif. $lt' 'lrnl "I'warda la 3
W .aallVn ailevTl-limit Myln away fr,
Outfit aent free lu llioae win' wlah to en-
Sk-i cd t one. Many an makimr fort
iine i ! thebualneaa. I.a.llea make aa much aa
man. .ndvoiini! hoya and mrl; maae great pay. o
una who lawimnir to work falls to maka mora
nmiiey every duv ilian can he made In aweek at any
other employment. Thow who rnKe at onra
will ilnil a "hurt road to fortune. Addre.a U.
IIAI.LKTT ICO., Portland Maine.
..1..1.1 a v.. a awwnatever. aiany new