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MRS. LYDIA E. PIHKHAM)
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
The I'nultiT" f'nrg
For all Femalo Complaints.
Thla preparation, u It nam alanine. ronaliiU of
VgUiile I'roixrtiM that am harm!. to th rn'Mt del
leal Invalid. l'mn one trial tbr nwrtt of till Com
pound will b risitiiltM, an Mir f la Immxlloto ami
lien IU use la continued, In ninety nlfio raw In a hull,
dred, apvnuan'ntouniUi-fIi'i't4-luUiiuuui1a will taa
tlfy. On nwint of Ha prntm rmrlu, It U today r
comiwindi'd and prrrtli)sj by the bet phyairlua In
It will rum entirely the worrt form ,f filling
of tba uUtih, I-uc'irrtyfa, lrrrtulr and ilnful
MeiurtniaUon.allOrarWiiT, uit4ua, Inflammation and
Ulrvratlon, FVindlrifP, all Iil'i)lvm'nti and tha con-w)U-Dt
luliiaJ wrakwat.and la fapn-lallr adaptwl t
the Chany of Ufa. It will dlnaolve and (! tumor
from tlw utenuln an early ataim of derelnpmrnt. Tha
tendency tocaivrouhiiirvrU)ira U rhorkod vary
povdlly by It na.
Id fart It haa prorM lo b tha gntX
t and beat mnmty that baa aver t-n dlaroter
ad. It pcrmeaU evrry portion of the tyatrra, and fftn
naw Ufa and ilfr. It irantH fnlntnraa.flaliili'nry, di
truyiallrraTlnr furatlmulauui.and rllcTK wraknm
f tha stomach
curna Hloatlnif, Ftradachra, Nrrvwi Tr'ntratWin,
Oanaral DMUt j, tflwpU aw-aa, I.n-.wi"n and Indl
fcatiun. That fwllnc of bearing djwn, miring pain,
w.itfbt and barkar.hr, la always prrmaw ntly cured by
luuaa. It wtllalall tlnwa, anduMrrall rtn-umatan
cat, art In banaony with tba law that g-mmt Ua
'iraUdoryConiplalntaof rllbr art t!iU romptmnd
to BnauftiaVtiV ...
Lydia i. Pinkham's iT.aMe Compound
Uprwparrd at 13 and ttlWnsWn Avenue j. an. Man. ,
lYlcali oo, Bu bottln fur J'. 00 fk nt by mail ui'ii.e
form uf (Mlla, alwita tlar furm of Iiii.-ra. oa relict
of price, 1.'. lr lmi. for riih. r. J!.. 1'IVKH AM
frwrly annrrn allMt. nut In-i'Ury S. nd f ir pain
polci. AJ'lnwaaaatnrr Jfmli m Ihit ;ifrr.
Ko family b-ild ! without I VLilA L. I'lNKnaM1
LIV'.'R I'UXS. Thry wira ;ritlj.ti .ji. Cikouauoak
and Torpidity of th !Ji'r cri.u pr Irji.
KICIIAHDSON & CO.. ht. bmls. Mn,
Whol.-aili- n.-.ulf ft,r I.YIHA E. 1'INKIIAM'S
.S KW AIJVKU I'lhE M KNTS.
A MUSICAL WONDER.
triir,, o vtikk t tiftil wi frfwr M Wall m uy pttttwmot
(- ir ifn ntw fTwvnrjt If 4 wnJ f- rqr .iia
Ir..-t titM of THta MrX-HAMCAL dk'tl'l N m R -tba
j m lnntiita af im "! tisa w.v r ran
Vi tri.v:l ir (wfMi'.ar. 'laau-aX mtllkr. laararl, .U-r, n.l
1!- -....-.'prk.P, ' LA I. "' ' tftltr'W.
LU.N & JiKALV, 103 hUUJ bl., Ch.CMk''.
WW Double J'.unu Corset.
i mailt. i!hTii liu if Ilunvn.
placed one npnulbr uibT. on ?arii
-in.- ylvlDi! H Hi tl nr neili and
. lirln:ltv. aud will tuialtivcy Mil
l,n-U tlliK il UD till. vlili'H.
Svut hv mail on r"-M pt nf II
KIEI.M, I.EITKK A ( o . fhirL-o. III.
olNMMNi Acres IJClIlvIo
(IN THE LINK OKTUK
WISCONSIN ( KNTRAL l R.
For full iiart ifiilarn. whlrh ilt Tm- nont In-r rMr"i'
i: H AHI.KS I.. t' '1 I'.v.
Land Cnnniifioiicr. M il auk
Vmiaiiv fiin l-.rn Ti'lorrM'hv! Hum $(u
1 OllUl; Jit II in a iikiih li . 1,'inimirf
euarantofd )iyliii; iiIWud.
AiliIncK iil' HtiiH1
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r r? F" A Y UK ant i'ir.cn. to
ill tf,l!' 11111111 fri'C Addri'i-c. V
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JtJ.M fne Adilr.-aK. .Nwain A C'.,Ai;iifi,Mi
CTl'TTKKIS'i ciin-iHiy Ilnloa' ApplluiH'.' S.'inl
ijfor ilirrrlpl!on to .sinipnui & Co. bo iiiiti Nc Yk
Q f ft week in your own town, T, outfit fr'
Xl)l)rli.k Ki'S'lcr, if yon wunt a biiaiiu i
V which pi'raohB of cither a x can nmkc
pay all tbc time they work, write for piirlit uliira to
. HAl.LKTT 4 n Portland.
A GKNTS'T" SELL tlila the Moat Vulil
VAN VK1) tile SIiikIu Volume ever publia'd
C ARLETOX'S CONDEXSK I)
A Would of KnowtkimiK. collerled t.iL'elher in
One Volume, continuing over H.'do Hrkkiikmckh lo
the moat important niallora of Int. 'real in tun worm
The moat lntereatllitt unci nai lul hook ever coin
piled, coverinir nlmoat the entire lie Id of I. 'iirniim.
A liirtfe hiuidaonie octavo volume, MTi piiu'ei1. pro
fuaely IlluatraU'd. l'rlco. $:l.ri. .hint tiiilillchcil,
and now In Iih Hcventecnlh edition, the only
Hook op its kind. Sure ancceaa lo every Agent
wtaotakei It. Sold only by auliacription.
Thorn winning to become Arciiih, adtlreaa for
Deacrlptlvo Circular nntl extra term.
Q. W. CAULKTON & CO., Pulillahera, N.Y.flly.
FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
Vulcan Ikon Works
.1 OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO.
John T. Bonnie,
ST AVISO eatabliabc4 hi work at il. .k
XI Honed place 1 hotter prepared tmn pvr fot
mniioinevuriHK niunin miKiunn nnu ai i ii Machinery.
Havtnjt a Steam Ilnmmur and amplo Tool, the
manufacture of all kind of Macblm.ry, Hnllroiid
Bteamlmal and llrldue Kuruliitf made a nieclalty '
Kpciai attention iflvon to repair or hi Mnea and
Bt a" Caatlnn of all kind made to ordul
pipeFttlDif In all Itahrancbui.
1 1 1 1 1
TKR DAILY J BULLETIN.
UnrgttHt (irouliitioti of any Daily in
Only Mornini: Daily in Southern IlllnoU.
Oflio; Hullfiln llulldluif, WiuhlnKton Atiiq(!
Oilly (d.-iivi-n 1 l.ycarriitnilperwctik f 2ft
lly inMl i in advitucu) one )itr 10 (Ml
Nix Monihh 5 W)
Thrci- ini-rithn II Ml
Out tuiiiitli 1 UO
Hv mall (lb advauri) tii.u yinr 00
Hlxmoullm I 0o
'I hroo Biontlia W
Toclillia of Uiu and oven per copy) 1 U)
I'oalHgu In all caaua nrvpitld.
A (1 vertidlini lUtHR!
Klrt Inai-rtiiib, pi r imni $ 1 00
Subaomiuntlni'i rtloiih. jttirtiare SU
V it one win k, per niiari. 8 00
Kin.-ml iiollcu 1 Oil
OMtuaricn anil r.nnlutloni' parinfd liy iOi.lctlt!
tun conta pi r IIiip.
IfciaUm and marriHi!i rn n
Kirn lniTtion. piT H(unr f 1 00
S i hnwi tit' ii 1 1 n a rt 1 1 m a SO
KlKht llni'K of Holld timipiiri'tl tonatttnte a o,ur
)pliiyi'il advitrllatmiiit will he charged accord
ing i. ilii- aimcc crnipii d. at above rultia tUere be
lli f tw..'vo fiiii-ii of mild type to tho Inrh.
To riiL'ular ailvertiai'ra wa olfr inpurlor Imlnro-m.-M.
Imi h in rat.: of cbarn and maiititr of
d Hpliiylii;' ihclr favora.
I lil- pHj.i r may be found on at (eo, V. Rowull
t Co.'f Si-wapapcr AdvrrtiaitiK Breau,(10 Hprir.t;
r.'rti when adviirtlaliii contract may be made
I r It In Ni-w York.
'oniniiiiib ailoiia upon aiib)etaof Kneral Intereit
to '.lie p ilii;( arc at all tlmc a arcepuble. Kcjected
miiiipirrliitc will not br n turiird.
1.1-ttr re bimI rominiitiiriitloiiH uliould be kddrenod
' . A. Huriiftt Cairo lilluoia "
III VKR NEWS.
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MonlBO't . . . . .
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. . . . . Sniuli
.. St. I.xiiii
'Ilic rivT nt St. uis" ieiV w i 'it lw .s yi-s-
Tin- Ii. lit: Mi injiliiri will be here to-.luy
'I'll'! Fowler w ill Ii'iivu lii're tiii after
noun at tli if u'.iu1 hour.
Tlic lit vt. r li ft alxiut i p. m. yosti-flny,
with a t,")d iniM'iii;ir list.
Tin' City t.f Alton aiil tli'! City of Green
ville w'-ri! 'Ill': hop' la.-t ni'dt.
Only o.OOn is tin: prin.il a-kol ly C'npt.
Ainlirosc for the T. T. lhiliuan.
Tli'.1 John Gihiuiru nu.J hair' s fur New
Oilfaiis will li.avu St. Louis this afternoon.
The Silvrrtliorn came in late yehterJay,
unci coiiro,ui:uly dil not get away until
Tin: Ohio is fsilino; at Iiuinvilli' anil
l-nnsviil.', hut at Cincionnti a slight rit.e
i.s ri-xirt. il.
The sti-Hincr (Jrunite State fur Pittsburg
left St. Ijuis yeU'iilHy Ht 5 p. m., ami will
l: here lute this evrninu'.
The C. N. Davib will be the next Kvaus
villi! p:t( ket to leave here, and will get
away by l p. in. to-day.
The Ouiilin' Star received a lar'e sup
ply i if' freight here yesterday and did not
net away until very late lust ii i lit.
The Ohio at thin point did not fall a.s
much yesterday no the day before. It is
htill a litlie over .'9 fe. t above low water
The Clii. M"r:in and the It. 11.
Springer left Memphis 'Wi'dnesday and
uliould report here to-day tor Cincinnati.
The some cause unknown to us, the Sprin
cr has been delayed.
Shrewdness and Ability.
Hop Hitters so freely advertised in all
the papers, serular and relitrious, are hav
ing a liirye sale, and are supplanting all
oilier medicines. There is no denying the
virtues ol the Hop plant, and the proprie
tors of these Hitters have shown jtreat
shrewdness ami ability in compounding a
Hitters, whose virtues are so palpable to
every one's observation. Examiner and
The l'list of Honor.
When vice prevails and impious men licnr
sway, the post of honor is a private sta
When Rheumatism and Neuralgia prevail,
Dr. Thomas' Eelcc trie Oil is the best
remedy. "Foster, Milburn Co."
I'aul 0. Schuli, ngent,
Stop That Couifh.
If you are suffering with a cough, cold,
ftsihnia, bronchitis, hay fever, consumption,
loss nt voice, tickling in the throat, or nny
affection ol the throat or lungs, use Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption.
'ri.;u i.. .t i . . . a ! . .. ; . .
n.n i.i mi. grt'iH renieoy nun is causing so
iii ucli excitement by its wonderful cures,
curing thousands of hopeless cases. Over
....... i . i . . , .. . .
one minion imuieH ot nr. King 8 New Dis
covery have been used within the last year,
and have given perfect satisfaction in every
instance. We can unhesitatingly say that
this is really the only sure euro for throat
and lung affections, and can cheerfully
recommend it to all. Call and iret a trial
bottle free of cost, or a regular size for 1.
For sale by George E. O'llara, Druggist,
Cairo, in. (3)
To Hen Pecked Husliuntl.
Wo recommend thoroughly steamboat trios.
. . .!...! ..C !.! ..." 1 '
To those WHO are men oi uieir w ives,
For 'tis better to scald to death nt once,
Than to nass in hot water j our lives,
And if you change your mind the best
thing for scalds nr burns is Dr, Thom
as' Ecledric hi. I'aui u. tsenuu,ageiit.
IlR wise; simply call on your druggist
for "Dr. Seller's Coul-U Syrup," when you
J have a cold or cough. 25 rents a bottlo.
CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNIN(J, MARCH V 1881.
'It wns not my intontion to act nt all
this year," said Booth, "but lit Qiieens
towji I received a pressing invitation
from Mr. Gooeh's manager. Mr. Jack
son, to open tho new thealrn. My first
Idea was that my w ife, who was sick,
should obtain the ni.'ilinil ndvieo sho
had been counseled to seek here; that
then we should ninke alongeontinenlnl
tour, for a year at least. I thought 1
might possibly net in iuminny en route,
coming or going, then play ;i short
timejn Ixiudon, and go homo. Tho
Lyceum was suggested to mo a year or
two ago, and I did communicati; with
Mr. Irving. It occurred to mo thnt
he might have Ilooth'g theatre if ho
wished to visit America, while I could
have appeared simultaneously on his
stage hero in Loudon. Nothing came,
of that idea, arid it was urged that, ns
Drury-I.iuio was taken for the spring, I
should havo no opportunity ho good for
an appearance in London a.s the open
ing of the new Princess' theatre, so I
came, and hem I urn playing every
night, and working harder than I have
done for years."
"And you are satisfied with the re
sult?" "Quit. It has not been all smooth
Bailing, but it ha.s been full of very
pleasant incident. Nothing has been
more gratifying than the individ
ual ami collective kindness I have re
ceived from the profession. It is ipiiin
unusual in my experience for actors to
send complimentary letters and tele
grams to each other. Sineo I haveb'cti
in Iondoii I have had quite u number
of both from members of tho English
"I see that you havo a portrait of Mr.
Irving hanging on the wall. Gossips
and pretended friends have no doubt
told you all manner of stories about his
je:tlouy of you. I know bonvbodies
have reported to 1 dm that ho mieditiook
for all manner of rivalry at your hamLs."
"Oh, jes, I hope I know lis well as
Mr. Irving how to judge this kind of
gossip. I need not suv to you that I
have tho highest respect for :i gentle
man who has done so much to eb'vato
the profession to which we both belong.
Hut for the inadvertent overlooking of a
letter he received a long time since wo
might possibly have carried out the ob
j"ct of an interchange of theatres."
"Has Mr. Irving called upon you?"
"Yes; I do not like to liscu-s even
the idea of jealousy or rivalry. Mr. Ir
ving, I know, has always spoken well
of me, and he has no reason to do other
wise, nor I of him."
"I believe if you were intimately ac
iU"int'd with Li in you would like" him
very miict "
"J feel sure I would."
"It has aiwavs ocei.vi'ed to nie that
it would be an international ','ood. an
instance of artistic amity and g d feel
ing, to have you two gentlemen Vach
representing the best a-peet and mis
sion of the drama in the two great English-speaking
countries of tin: world
on intimate terms; the I'n:rlhiiian act
ing at Hooth's and the American at the
Lyceum, or both playing for a sexs ui
iii t he same theatre on alternate nights."
"New York friends of mine have o't
en talked in t h it 'strain, and I should
be glad to carry out their wishes, sii
posing Mr. Irving were also anxious
fur such interna iuiial courtesies."
"Do j on think it is too l ite?"
"I can not tell."
"I am convinced that Mr. Irving is
only actu.it. -d by t!:c most friendly and
syinj a'hetic feeling toward you, and,
indeed, ail Amc: i -an ariUts as a rule
S' e;ik of 1 he kiudlv a' tei:lioiis they have
rc'V'.Ved lit I he L.'lllds
iiiiitri. tneiit. D on
a iOllg cj;
"1 ii'iVc H i' 'l"c;
1 1 -I'Cii ' I lo la'-..-
Mr. G-- c'i is :i,ij
on i 'c o 1 1 1 i l.i.s u:i, u
I. lent, but I mil '.
At !io:i,e I
;io.v ii ud t
ml I should
. f .
ir l.i'st :in aii'.'c
v m il'iii.r to im-
tii'ftitke a long i"po
Iv appearance in th.
ijsi.iilit y of ii nig!:t-
arduous parts t ii ul
make up ruy rcperioin
the hest iiaiii nuKssiNo in the world.
Hurni tt's Cocoaine allays irritation, re
moves all tendency to dandruff, invigorates
the action of the capillaries in the highest
degree, and has earned a deserved reputa
tion for promoting the growth and preserv
ing the beauty of the human hair. Ladies
dressing their hair elaborately for the even
ing will find that it imparts a healthy
natural gloss to the hair, and will cause
it to retain its shape for hours.
Burnett's Flavoring Extracts are used
and endorsed by the best Hotels, Confec
tioners and Grocere throughout the country.
They are perfectly pure.
An eloquent young reportorial Mao
aulay out West' writes in the following
lofty strain about a flood: "The spirit
of departed day had joined communion
with the myriad gliosis of centuries, and
four full hours had tied into eternity be
fore the citizens of many parts of town
found out there was a freshet here at
Tho modesty and honesty of Japanese
beggars are worthy the imitation of
their profession all tho world ever. To
save themselves tho trouble of answer
ing tho calls of mendicants, the shop
keepers of Japan hang copper coins to
strings on nails iu front of their shops
and when a beggar comes that way lie
takes one, and only one. He never
abuses tho merchant's generosity by
taking two or inore coins, nor by enter
ing tho shop to solicit a larger amount
than that hung on the rail.
i 1aMM i.. i
"Made New Again."
St. Catii.uusks, Out.
It. V. Pierce, M. D.:
1 havo used your Favorite- Prescription,
Golden Medical Discovery and Pleasant
Purgative Pellets, for the last three months
and find myself (what shall I say)
"made new again," are tho only words that
express it. 1 was reduced to ft skeleton,
could not walk across the floor without
fainting, could keep nothing tho shape of
food on my stomach, Myself and friends
had given up all hope, my immediate death
seemed certain. I can never be too thank
ful to those who recommended your medi
cines, for I now hvo (to the surprise of
every body) mid am able to do my own
work. I desire to make this statement in
order that those mirering may not despair
until they have given your remedies a trial.
Mrs. Wm. D. Ryckman.
(VKNKSS;:::;: rl'lMI'LES AND iiL(iii
'Quite a Bargain."
I vouhl not, for one moment cast a
doubt, says a Paris correspondent, up
on the irenuineness or origin of a cer
tain immense emerald which its propri
etor is tryinr to sell to the wife of an
American millionaire for seventy thou
sand francs. It is said to havo been
presented to an ancestor by a great sul
tan two or three centuries ago. Per
haps il was; and, as the gentleman who
now oilers it bears an unblemished
reputation. I should think the story
true. Hut I can not forget an incident in
which a very high-born lady was very
nearly ruined by a simple act of com
plaisance towards one of her friends,
who was in money dillieiilties. The tale
is perfectly auLhentic. It was told to
me last night by one of the parties in
volved, and for that reason I shad only
give initials, which, I need scarcely add,
are not real ones. Said the Countess
do L. to the Marchioness do M.: "I am
requested to sell 11 lot of diamonds for
the queen of ; do you know anyone
in want of a splendid set; quite a bar
gain!" The marchioness ibd; M. do N.
was about to get married; it would be
tho very thing for a wedding present,
and .she would speak to him. S( she
did, and he took her advice, and. quite
by chance, happened lo meet an ac
quaintance, a celebrated lapidary from
Joinlon, who consented U) accompany
him as an expert. The stones were
produced and neighed and examined,
and approved of by M. do N., who,
however, did not eunelude their pur
chase at once, tiiunks to a sign from the
Englishman. "I can nut understand
disapproval. " he -aid. when they got
out into tin' streei; ilie diamond's are
magnificent, I hey are dirt cheap, why
should I le t buy them?" "Siiuplv,"
replied Mr. ()., be-au-e they belong
tollle; a fori night ,'ig i I' ey were stolen
from my rooms. j j, for their re
covery that I ai'i in i'.u'.s now." No
scandal was m d" : I., uiihe a flair, as
the countess j-; ioo wei! euaneeieil. and
Mr. O. di.'ciin -A m nui her family hv a
prosecution, being t rb-cily satisiicd to
get his pi'i j t; v had;, Put. as the
foachti'un of Ta!..iri-Sii'o,i might have
observed, is not iius a w arning against
A Sensible Precaution.
Though disease cannot always he con
quered, its first approaches can be checked.
Hut not oiil is the use ot a medicinal sale
guard to be recoinniendi d on the first ap
pearance of h malady, but a wise discrimi
nation liuuld be exercised in the choice of
a remedy. For thirty veais or more Hos-
tcttcr's Stomach Hitters has been the reign
ing specific Ibr dyspepsia, fever and ague,
a loss of physical stamina, liver complaint
and other disorders, ami has been most em
phatically indorsed by medical men as a
health and strength restotative. It is in
deed a wise precaution to me this sover
eign lortii'y'ng agent and alterative in the
early stages uf disease, for it cH'eC'tnaHy
counteracts it, if the nialedy belongs to
that large class to which this sterling med
icine is adapted. Not only is it efficacious,
but pure and harmless.
Only Bachelors should belong to clubs.
Hercules gave up his club, when he tnnr
ried Dejamirn. "but !" when married, they
should never fail to lav in a supply of
Spring Blossom to cure Indigestion, sick
Headache, Lassitude, etc. Prices: sfl.,
50 cents, and trial bottles 10 cents.
JUJIS K OKI I LEU.
ST KA.M HO AT
aE-HK U TCHKItaSSi
At I'lill Howard uld atund,
'IMIE I'.EsTOK FltESII MEAT OK AI L KINDS
J- alw'aya on liiuiil in lame q uui, Miles, and sup
plied to atcnmhoti'a al nil hours. John l.lttile, weil
knisun t . river mi n, will be found anoiird all Iioris
to take oriler for nuat.
pOLCMHL'S, HICKMAN. NEW MAD
V RID A.D TIPTONYILLE.
M. J. TURNER, Master.
J. K. NEWS, Clerk.
Leav Cairo every Moiiiluv nnrt Kridav for the
above points. For i'reiulil or paaaune apply at No.
Leaving Cairo every tiny, except Sunday, na follow
L2U C. N. DAVIS,
ON Tl'FSDAY AND FRIDAY.
ON WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
S2a II. T. DEXTER.
ON THURSDAY AND MONDAY.
JAM KH HlCJCiH rnaaeiiffer nnd ticket
av'i'iil. Olllce corner Sixth and Ohio Levee. Tick
eia autil lo all point Knat by river and rail.
ol ay' Outfit aent free lo thnae who wlh to en
L Uy (Ini'n 'b the moat pleiiannt and prolltnblu
liualiies known. Kverytlilni; new.
l t l'apilal not roiililretl. Wo will fnrulah
T 7 everythliiLV 10a daynnd upward Is yet
it eaaify inaidi without luylii( awny from
home over nlulit.v Nn rlak whatever. Many new
work"?!1 wiinled ill once. Many are niaklnu fort
tines the hiialne. Ladle make a much
men. iiid voiinu lioya and ulrl maitei;reat pay. No
onu wno is wlllltiff to work fall to make more
money every day limn can be madeln aweek at any
other employment. Thoao who eiinan at once
will Hud " li"rt road to fortune. Addrcna U.
HALI.KTT A CO., Portland Maine.
SPRING RLOSSOAf I
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B H U U M
JJheumatism and Neuralgiu lay the strongest on the shelf.. . . .
'a''1 uri(l hiw, rich and poor, "you know how it is yourself,' .
Jiich motion causing agony, your life is lull of pain,
TJntil guided by God's mercy, you Eclectric Oil obtain!
ost happy then vou are to find, jour pain has gone away,. . .
iid half a bottle still is left to do another dayl
rphen greatfully you sing in praise of Thomas' Kclectric Oil,. .
Jn curing your Rheumatic Pains, that did your comfort spoil. .
o let loud Puans of joy be sting, rcsiind from shore to shore,.
TJakc known to ail Khcinutic Pains, need never trouble more,.
SoM by nil Druggists.
Go to PAUL G. SCIIUH, Druggist,
Dyes. For hrrghtn-ss and ilnrability
pounds, price 1") cents.
Used and approved by the leading PHYSI- 1 I
CIANS of EUROPE and Am&KAfffl J : 1
The most Valuable rn'iA
H rami V Hnmorlu -?-i,.iJ If.:-;'.. El IvA
t Til ti p- SLZP
ESTN DISEASES, RHEUMATISM
I SS5 CATARRH, HEMORRHOIDS, Etc, Also fori i AatLI.Ml lu.f til Oai.
CATAERH, HEM0ERH0IDS, Etc. Also for
Conch. Colds, Sore Throat, Cross
aTry them. 25 and 50 cent sizea
CKAD JII.D4L AT THE PHILAUIXPIII 1 EXPONITION.I
fclLVUl ntlDAL, AT Tilt PAU1U
THE EQUITABLE LIEE
1 'J O 15 ROADWAY NEW TO R K
W.X.CRAIXE, General iranagpr for Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and the
Territories, lr)8 Dearborn Street, Chicago.
3i. A.. BURNETT, Lgont.
Oiruer Twelfth St.. ami Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois.
Mendelssohn Piano Co.
Will make, for tho next (50 days only, a (i rami Oiler of
PIANOS A.ND OEGANS,
?1150 Square Grand Piano for only 8245.
MiiL'nilleeiil KoKewooil rrie. eleeantly dnli-lieit, :l airlt'i-a 11 Octave full patent
rniilnnleiiiirallea. our new natelit overatriuiL' aeule. 1m iinlillil i-nr r il i,rt Iv... i,....,.
serpeuilnii and Uttn fancy imiiildmi: rminil cnae. lull Iron Kiiiine, Kretich liraiid Aelion, drain! I i nil'
mera, in fact every Improvement which can In nny wuy tend lo the pcrl'i clluli ol' the llilrutiii iil Lua
IfT-Our price forthla liiatriinient Imxeil nnd delivered on hoard Hie cur at New York CS) 1 1" AA
Willi line IMano Cover, Stool and Id ok, only vwi-),UU
Thi IMano will he aeni on leal trial I'leaae etid reference ti vou do not aeiel lnoiiev with order I'arh
aent wllh ordi r will be refunded and frelt-lii i hiiiwea paid hv ua luih mijm IT 1 lni o la' imt hi.t a reii'
reaented In this ailverliaemeiil, TlioiiaiunU In uau . tv'nd for ( 'alnloiiuv. Kverv Iristllitin'iit lullvwar.
ranted for live veara. ..... war
II A V W ';''.-t')$l'iltlitool I. Cover amlllooM. All lrlclly Klrat-el and olt .1 Whole
I. lAlXUO 'l,; f'''; ''ryil; " 'OicM I.h,h i,u.tp0 Ihellneatdiaplav at the t I'titet, ti lal
i-a w Kj ni.i ml Wl.ri. nnunin,,,,,,!, recoinniend, d for the 1 .tunc llonor 'I hi
Sniinrea con I. ill. our New I'al.iit Scute, (he ereute-l Improvement tn tho hlalorv of f'lano n ." Th5
I prichta are the lineal In America. 1'oaliively we make the line! piano, of llie rlcheat torn ailrT vrl.?
eat du.ahll.ty. They are rcc,.n,tcm!cd hy the hleheat .uihIciI authorltl .. ,, ,1, V,m,u !i ft,Vn
111 nun nil) IiiiT llliu illuyillUI in lilmn ni.i. t II
rniii r niikui uriw uau n ...(., i.. e
, .i v iiirniniriu ii 'II I I lllir I , f I I I fl
alouiio mailed free.
' "ir ir.o. mi , I'i'll I Mill III mill' IIP Pl-IUlf
1 1 it tul until.. ...I l I,
v. very riatio iniiv warranted loraveiir
iiiiir-uiiivvi nnti I'l
our 1-arlor uriind .lul.llee Orpin." stylo SB. I the flmt and awceteat loned Heed
orcaii ever ollered the nuiaiciil public It contain Klve Octave. Kit el Keed.
tour Ol tictnvea eiieli. nml nnu nril...... ,1-1.1.. u...... uiik i..fiil
' rl-'ll-'t"l,,n;Mi'IiM la, Viola, Hnte.Ci leale, luilect, Kcho, Melodla-Korle. t eiealln. lollm. KUH
tnrle, T remolo, (.rand i Oruati and (Iraud awell. Knen Slop ll.ieht 74 Ineliea: I,cnth. is I"! W'Mlh,
4 n: Weliihl, l.oxed, lien ha. Theciiae la or aollii wuliiut, vcnccr.,1 wllh choice ooda, i.d I nf n
entirely new and heiiulltiil dealp elahoralely carved, with rnlaed imnuela. nuiale eloaet, lamp aland,
rrelwork. Ktc., allelenantly llnlahed I'oaaeaae the lateat and heU Improvement, with rrt power,
depth, hrllllaney and sympathetic quality of lone. Hciiutiml oln nlec I perlert nop action
Itcnularre'ail price f-JSft. ('nr wlioleaale net caah price to have II Introduced, with lool nd hook,
only F7-a one nrc.au ell other. I'oaltlvely no deviation in price Mopavmenl reqiilrid nnlll yon
have fully leaied Iheornnu In your own home. We aend ..II Oreana on IfMlav leat trial ud par rrelKht
both way If Instrument Is not a repren-tili-d. Kullv wnrrinl. d for.1 yeara Other iyle.-a top or
Kim only fiiit; I) stops, sm u tnp, $ gvr SD.ikh' aul.l. and every Orn ha given the fullest rat
lafactlon lllnatnited circular mailed tree. 1'aelorv and wan.Miiina.n7lh St. and Win Av
STTFFT AIIISJll1 nt-thlrr1 price. CataWt.e of .KM) choice piece aent for to a'amp. Tbll
Oil Ti Ti 1 JllJolv ctatu,ie Include mo' of the popular uiuic of the day and every variety
innale.lcninposltloii.riy the heat author, Addrcs. .
MENDELSSOHN PIANO CO., r.0. box 20511, New York City,
A T I S M !
3 HICK r,0 cents and 81.00.
Cairo, lbs., for Mrs. Freemans' New National
of color are tiiietjUiilled. Color from 2 to 5
Article from para
VMelino inch ai
Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor Ice,
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
art .optrlur la in; (lailar aa
and Dinhthena. etc
An atrreeable form oftak
ing Vaseline internally.
25 CENTS A BOX.
of all o'ur goods.
EXPOSITION. COLGATE &C0..K.Y.
of the United States.
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