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H. RRYANT, M. D.
OWICS: HightU ami AalilniUu Avonuo.
HflSlDENOB; Corner NlnotooutU and Wwh-
II. MAR KAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic PUyuieian and Sursreon.
Ofllca ! Commercial avenue. Residence comer
Fourteenth t. mil WMbtni'ton avc-miu, I ntro.
It. E. W. WHITLOCK,
i,rmi-No. 1W Cnmiiiwlil Avenue, between
Siljhtli a:id Ninlti Street
U. W. C. JOCELYN,
'JKKirK-Klshtb Street, near Commercial Aveniio,
Notary Puhlic and Conveyancer.
OP?IOE: With the Widow' nud Oorphuna' Mu
tual Aid !icioty
INEGAK & LAN SI) EN,
OFKi'l S So. ll'l Commercial Aveuuo.
jV)R METROPOLIS AND PADUCAII.
Th'i Elcrilit Sldevfheel I'snei'liuer Steamer
2& CHAMPION oSU
Lew I'ain every afternoon at :! o'clock, for
Padueaii. M-.-lrojmUx aud wiv lauding, t; or
freight or ia"ic apply to MM, A. MLCK.
QAIltO CITY FKRllYCO.
THREE i&ElQ. STATES.
On atul alter Monday, June the boat will make
tlie foKo viiijj t.-i)i:
Puot Fourth at Mlaaouri Laud'K
7 a. m.
' . 1M.
11 r. in.
2 p. in.
::) p. m.
U a. m.
3 p. m.
7:30 a. in.
11 ::m a. ni.
r:0O p. in.
:) u. tn.
H a. m.
M u. ni.
:1 p. tn.
ID a. ni.
4 p. in.
Jiaai 11INK1.K, N. Ii. Thisti. awuon, J. H. Moour.
Hixkle, Thistle wood
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
No. VJ5 and l-7 Commercial Avenue,
CAIRO II. I..
tVLIheral Advancements made on CoiiHiuu-
me lit" oi roDarco, riour. nuu v.rniu.
t-r"Afnw for Uear, Scott tc Co. tiire.-thlnu ma
chinea. Dortablcaaw mill and threflhitiK enu-inen.
Agonta forC'hampiuD harvestiuu machine, luowcre
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL RANK,
W. P. HALLIDAY, Preolrtent.
H. L. HALLIDAY. Vice l'rei'itknt.
WALTKK HYSLOP, Caahtur.
HKNHY L. HALLIUAr,
W. P. HALI.IDA V,
It. II. (TNNINOIIAM,
Kifhauge, Coin and Uniteil States Bonds
110VOHT AND SOLD.
Dupoatl received and a geuural liankliiL' ImslneM
$ C. FORI),
Variety Bracket Store
(.'omntetelal Aventm C(irnT Nlntlt Street
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KXTKIlilD AT THIS POST OKFIl'G IN CAIHO, IL
LINOIS, AH SECOND-CLASS MATTKW.
OITICIAI, I'APEROF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
duly Morning Dally In Southern Ijliiiols.
bpptcmlier 1, 1S7B.
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11:01 " VA7
Hum Wind. Vel Weather.
Mailtnum Temperature. 7s o ; Minimum Tem
perature, TO s ; Kainrall, OPS inch.,
Bers't Signal Corps, U. S. A.
GENERAL local items.
A Hiitvik tliief catered Freneh Axby'
residence, Sunday, and carrii'd off a coat.
Clmrlos Steele, nrrestcd ly Tyler, was
lined t nnd costs 1y Squire Cninins yes
terday, t'ir drunkenness.
Miss Magsie Lofliulias I men quite ill
lor several days; but her ailment in not of a
The regular monthly meeting of the
city council will be held this evening. The
programme is of the usual kind.
Tlie levee quarantine guards, were
withdrawn from duty, yesterday, in pur
suance of an order of the Hoard of Health.
'Mr. A. 15. Huhlfcld, propietor of the
Memphis Journal, was in the city yester
day, and paid his respects to the Rn.r.ETiN
Mr. R. A. IMmumlsun, of East Cttpe
Girardeau, was in Cairo, yesterday, giving
attention to probate business in which he
The horse pound is now in order, nnd
will not be permitted to remain empty, if
animals running at large in violation of law,
can be fotiud wherewith to (ill it.
A burglar tried to effect an entrance
into Charley l'li'.feiling's dwelling house,
Sunday night; but was scared off by the
sound of Charley's police whistle. The po
lice responded, but the rascal was not over
hauled. Hie business of Mr. ('. R. Stuart's five
cent counter is absolutely astonishing, ns
the reader will agree when we remark that
he buys articles of tinware for it by the cat
load. The tirst car load of the fall supply
will arrive to-morrow.
Mr. William VYithie is engaged upon the
interior decorative work of Mr. Charles
Galiglier's residence. The fresco and orna
mental eLr'ct.s he is producing are exceed
ingly tine and nrtistie, nnd show him to be
a workman of really superior ability.
Sunday forenoon ti fight was kicked
up, on the comer of Eighth and Levee, be
tween two steamboat hands. There was, of
course, the usual groupe of loafers and
loungers on hand, and for a time the hub
bub was tremendous. One of the belliger
ents was seized and ealalxiosed.
It may stagger the local reader's credu
lity, but it isa fact nevertheless,that Sunday,
August the JJlst passed without witnessing
a tight in the neighborhood ot Twenty-seventh
nnd Commercial. Is the prohibition
put upon the Sunday sales of whisky to be
credited with this result ;
William Carey, a white man, old man
Abbott and his son, colored, met tit the
New York Store pump, the other evening,
nnd Carey taking a bucket lid out of the
boy's Land to drink out of, led to angry
words, and Carey finally gave the old negro
a blow in the mouth. An appeal to the
law, followed, of course.
Residents of the towns and country
hence to Carnn. should benr in mind
that the Cairo and Yiucennes com
my will run a Hpeeial train into Cairo
every Saturday, and return after a stay of
live or six hours. This arrangement will reti
d"r the Cairo market conveniently accessi-
i!e and everybody concerned should show
his appreciation of it, at once.
About 4 o clock, yesterday evening, a
horse attached to a spring wagon, started
on a run from Fitzgerald's corner, and
dashing down Fourteenth toward the post
office, ran against, knocked down and ran
over a negro woman, nnd continuing on its
course was finally halted on Washington,
near Eighth. The negro woman's injuries
are not regarded ns serious.
Tin; fall session of the Lord to academy
commenced yesterday morning. It is much
to be regretted that tnom'y cannot be raised
to at once replace the building. Iladn per
sistent, harmonious effort been made inline-
liately after the fire, the greater portion of
the required sum of money would have, been
subscribed. Many of our people are still
liberally inclined; but the most favorable
time has passed by.
Telegrams received by Dr. Ranch yes
terday afternoon, state that during the
twenfy-fotir hours up to noon yesterday,
twenty new cases nnd live deaths had been
reported in Memphis. The dispatch from
New Orleans reads as follows: "Two cases
reported yesterday one at ?S Washington,
and one at US Fourth. Total cases to date,
If); deaths, 8. Hard nt work. Infected
district small nnd out of the way."
When we spoke of the large pear pre
sented to us by Mr. Walters, his mammoth
crop had not mntured, and Henry Stout
came In with a thirteeu-incli, thlrteen-oiince
pear, and carried off the blue ribbon. Rut
he must bring it back again. On Sunday
Mr. alters exhibited to us a most shapely
nnd b"miiful pear that he had Just pulled
CAIRO BUtLETIN: TUESDAY MORMNtf, SEPTEMBER 2. 1870.
from a tree ia his garden. It measured thir
teen nnd a half Inches in circumference, nnd
weighed fifteen ounces and a half! We may
ii rah of larger pears tiian tills last one;
but "seeing is believing."
A little live year old Cairo girl sat by the
window the other evening, awaiting the re
turn of grand-ma. Shu heard the foot
falls of many passing feet, but gave them
no heed. Finally her face brightened at
the sound ot approaching feet, and she
eagerly exclaimed, "there, that's grand-ma.
I know the voice of her foot!" And the
"voice of tho foot" wns read aright, for, sure
enough, a moment later grand-ma entered.
The steamer Champion will come in
to-day with an excursion party from Me
tropolis. It will doubtless be a large one
as half the proceeds lire to be donated to
the, Christian church of Metropolis to aid
the congregation in paying its minister
The Metropolis Times, in making mention
of the matter, says the officers of the
Champion have won the gratitude of Me
tropolis churchgoers for tho liberality they
have displayed toward the churches there.
Citizens of Cairo delinquent for person
al taxes, yet jealous of their good name,
should make all haste to the Collector's of
fice and square up their accounts. On the
10th of the present the Collector will, he tie
Clares, publish a "IJLACK LIST" that will
contain the names ot'ul! those who are then
delinquent for their personal taxes. He says
he is determined that the public shall know
the names of the men who shirk their share
of the public burden. It will not be a large
lit, but it will certainly be an "astonisher."
Mr. William Nnughton, of whose pro
tracted sickness we have often spoken, una
for whose benefit n ball was to have been
held soon in the Mystic hull, died on Sun
day last nt quarter past 11. He had many
friends in the city, nnd as he wns the victim
of n lingering nttnek of consumption, those
friends were furnished a number M oppor
tunities to manifest the sincerity and gen
uineness of their friendship. His watch was
rallied oil' the second time, Saturday even
ing forty-four points, thrown by a boy for
Mr. M. McGrath, winninig it. The money
derived, came in due season to meet the
expenses of burial.
The other evening the Marshal visited
the park, nnd found a horse and two or
three mules therein. Unable to chase either
of them down he brought the services of a
fleet footed negro into requisition, and thus
overhauling the horse, the mules followed
it to the pound, where all of them are now
confined, subject to redemption by the own
ers. As it involves an expense of two or
three dollars to release n captured animal
it would be well for our horse nnd mule
owners to bear in mind that every animal
caught running at large, hereafter, will be
About daylight. Sunday morning, of
ficer Dunkcr picked up a strnnircr on the
streets, who was so deeply intoxicated that
he couldn't tell where he had been, where
his boarding house was. or auything else
about himself. When ho had recovered
speech a little, he declared that he had
been robbed of his watch and money. His
appearance was not of a kind that indica
ted that the sum of the one or value of the
other amounted to much; but in the hope
that he might come to his senses and be
able to recollect where nnd with whom he
had been spending the night, Duncker cab
Our St. Mary's Park, on the outskirts
of the city, is not a thing ot beauty. The
landscape gardener has expended no labor
upon it, and the visitor who sees it for the
tirst time is quite sure to fiel a degree of
disappointment. ' The question and an
swer of a little six-year-old Cairo girl, who,
with her parents, was about to enter the
grounds, the other day, furnish a discrip
tion that it would be ditlieult 'to improve
upon: "Ma." quoth she, "what did they
fence the park in fori" The answer nd
biing satisfactory, little, smarty promptly
rejoined: "I know what they fenced in the
park for. They fenced it in so they could
tell it from the outside!" If there is n bet-
ter reason for the fence, we should be
pleased to hear it assigned.
There was, in so far as we could learn,
a general observance of the letter and
spirit of the Sunday ordinance, touching the
sale of intoxicating drinks. The saloons,
as a rule, were closed tighter than ever:
and if liquor was sold the sales were effect
td on the sly, and only by the fev, not the
ninny. Sunday, , as a usual thing, is the
best day of the week with thesaloon keeper.
Laboring men nre usually paid off Satur
day, nnd having nothing to doSimdny, drop
n share of their earnings in the till of the
bar-room. Rut it will be seen, we think,
that the saloon keepers can gd along with
out this unlawful patronage. , ,.,, luor,
ally certain thar the citizen can get nlomj
without the liquor. Only one saloon keeper
was "caught in the act," His fine nnd cost
amounted to $1 8.
Clay McClurc, son of ('apt. Tom. Me
('lure, of Clear Creek landing, came to an
untimely end, on Sunday, under the follow
ing circumstances: Desiring to visit the
farm and mill on Devil's island, which is
separated from tho main shore by a narrow
sehute, Clay mounted his horse, and rode
into the water with a view of swimming
across, ns he had done, perhaps hundreds of
times. He had proceeded but a short dis
tance, however, until he discovered that his
horse was unable to carry him: and being
an expert swimmer himself, nbandoiied the
nnimal, and was drowned. Cny W1S 0I1(, (,f
the most promising young men in Alexand
er county. Ho had rccelvedngood education,
was ot a fine peusonel, and is Ids father
had but recently deeded him the islund farm
and mill, worth many thousand dollars, his
prospects of a prosperous and happy life-
were promising Indeed. Ho wns about 2
years of age.
Tho Ottawa Freo Trader says that El
gin has an establishment for canuiiiff corn,
beans, tomatoes, etc., that gives steady em
ployment to sixty or seventy hands, to say
nothing of the profitable market it nffords
to the gardeners in tho vicinity who raise
those articles, and thero is said to bo lots of
money in the business. What is there to
prevent Ottawa from having a similar es
tablishment? There is no region in the
world better ndnpU'd to raising corn, beans,
tomatoes, pens, etc., than that nround Otta
wa, and if the business of canning these
can be made profitable anywhere it ought
to be here." Of the success of a fruit nnd
vegetable canning industry here in Cairo no
reasonable doubt can be entertained. This
locality possesses all the advantages claim
ed by the most favored spots elsewhere, and
many, of considerable moment, that are pe
culiar to us alone.
Five coaches, tolerably well filled,
pulled out ot Cairo on the Narrow-gauge,
Sunday morning, on the excursion for St.
Louis. Amotions were, made an along tlie
line, and another tram started from Murphys
boro, making the crowd, on its arrival at
East St. Louis, an immense one. A number
ot "Smart Alecks" got on board at Mill
Creek and .Jouesboro, and being under the
influence of liquor, went into the cars that
(outlined the Cairo black people. They at
once commenced offering the negro women
gross insults, find were having n "gay old
time of it," as they thought, when the ne
gro men in the car, whipped out their re
volvers, and irave the ruffians N understand
that unless they got out of the car or be
haved theins.'lves, they would, shoot the tops
of their heaJs off! This was an unexpected
turn of aff.iirs. The idea of niggers de
fending women in their charge was amazing !
Rut the young ruffians chose the better part
of valor, gut out ot the negro cars and
staid out. It is well they did, for bad they
ptovoked a light, some of them would have
been killed. Ri turning to their own car
they kicked u; n jamboree among them
selves, broke the door, and two or three
windows, tmd then subsided. Aside from
these disturbances, the trip passed oil'
pleasantly. The excursionists were put
down in Fast St. Louis nt 3 p. in., nnd
started home at S arriving here at about (i
Monday morning. It was a trip that quite
all of the excursionists agreed, would do
"THK RKArrilTLf.TSTOM HOUSE."
"( itizes invokes atti.ntiox tt) m anikkst
To the Editor of the Lulled:,:
I am immensely proud of our beautiful
custom house, and take delight in showing
it to any friends visiting me from other
places; but nm sorry to s-e that the custo
dian of the building and grounds is allow
ing them to be shorn of their beauties by
a neglect of a little timely repairing. I al
lude to the leak in the roof through which,
in wet weather, the water finds its way into
the Lnited States Court room, where
it stains the beautiful froseoeing
on the ceiling. The sidewalks nre also in
a wratched condition and after a rain storm
it is impossible to reach the post- olhVe
without wading through water, shoe top
dwp, where it settles in the holes worn
into the asphalt pavement at the gates.
And, again, that unsightly remnant of n
flagstaff should be displaced by a new one.
If the government will acknowledge that it
has no momy to do this work I will start a
subscription among our public-spirited
citizens, tuid :un sure I will have n: troubh
in getting enough material, labor and
money subscribed in an hour to do tin
Caiiu i. III., Aug. :f0, 1S7!i
GRAND SI MMI',1! NIGHT FESTIVAL
AT ions WKSTlMIM.SOItOVF.. TIIIIKK Mll.l'S
NOUTIIWLST OK Ml'tCNO CITY, OX WI'.liNKS
DAV, SKIT. JIl.D, 1871).
People of Cairo, Mound City and the
country all around nnd about are cordially
invited to attend, and spend u pleasant
Prof. Oscar Loeschner's string band luis
been engaged for the occasion, nnd music
and dancing will commence nt 4 o'clock
p. m. Abundance of well prepared and
well served refreshments will be provided.
SPECIAL RUSINESS NOTICES.
Yor Miss it if you buy clothing and
furnishing goods, anywhere except of A.
Marx, the favorite clothier, 111 Ohio Levee.
A. Mahv, now in New York, will pur
chase the finest stock of men's, boys' and
children's clothing, ever brought to Cairo.
It will pay yon to await the opening of
an entire near stock, consisting of men's,
boys' and children's clothing, furnishing
goods and the J. R, Stetson hats, etc. A.
Mnrx, the successful clothier, Ml Ohio
TfcN Cexts Wom ii. II you want a nent
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair pit for 25 cents, or anything else in
the tntisoritd line, remember tho place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. H' Commer
Anti-Hellcm Price At the barber
shop of J.Geo. Steinhouse, Eighth street,
near Alexander County Rank. Customers
will find a clean, cool shop, easy chairs, all
the late papers, clean towels, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, nnd sat
isfactory work. Prices: Shaving. 10
cents; Hair-cut, 23-ents; Shampooing,
25 cents. Giv'j him a cy,
We have the sole right to manufacture,
sell or put up letter or note heads under
Hodder's patent. Any infringement on our
right will be prosecuted.
Tiik Caiho Rci.i.Frt.s'.
11 pound Old Harry Letter Heads.
" Note Heads.
" Linen Letter Heads.
" Linen Note Heads.
The iikst quality of paper at prices of
the cheapest grade.
5 pound statements nil colors.
10 pound Rills Lading.
14 and 10 pound Rill Heads all sizes.
Extra super white Envelopes nt St. Loitb
wholesale prices. Printing $1,00 extra.
Ruling and Rinding, all kinds at Tiik
Oct at Lam'.--"Co kiii morning, friend
A., I am surprised to see you out, and look
ing so well: I heard you were confined to
vourroom, nnd bed. by that pest ol human
ity. Piles." "Yes. Mr. li. I had been long a
sufferer when I heard of 'fabler's Ruckeve
Pile Ointment. It proved a blessing to me
indeed, one bottle having so t .tr restored me
ns to enable me to be about my business
again with ease and comfort. Y oti can n c
ommend it as a genuine remcdr. Price
50 cents a bottle. For sale by Rarclny
Is IT TltL K. Is it true that a remedy has
been compounded which will do away with
the mineral and drastic purgatives ot the
past centuries, nnd which, wink- entirely
efficient, will leave the system in its former
healthy condition; les, the remedy l
'fabler's PortViine, or Vegetable Liver Pow
der; a cure ior ad tin disorders arising
from a torpid liver, and an innocent as spring
water. Give it a trial. It will do what it
promises. Price 50 cents a bottle. For
sale by Uarclay Pros.
A Nkw Mi.tihh) ix Mkdii ixk. Rv this
new method every sick lH'i:i can g-t
package of the ilrv vciA'table w.onound.
Kidney-Wort, nnd puparo for themselves
six quarts of medicine. It is a specific cun
tor Kidney Disease.. Liver Complaint. Con
stipation and Plies, and a grand tonic for
Wkatiiki: PiioiiAiiii.iriKs. Cold, with
high winds and rain. K.Xosure to this
Weather is sure to produce colds nnd kindre
disea.es; ami the best reniedv we know of
is Hail's Rnlsam, for the lungs. Always
keep it in the house, and you will be on the
A Caiid To all who are suffering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
votis weakness, curly decav, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a receipt that will
cure you, Ki'.r.K. ok ( Hahoi:. This grean
remedy was discovered by a missionary it
N'tith America. Send a sell-addressed en
vclope to the Ri:v..IosKrn T. Inmax, S
tion D. New York City.
Chew Jackson's Rest Sweet Navy To
THE EOHTARLE LIFE ASSURANCE
SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES
M A KESTH E F0L LO W I N G ANNUNC K
3IEXT TO THK PUBLIC:
The dissatisfaction which prevails
throughout the community with regard to
onerous conditions contained in lite asstir
mice contracts and the judicial decisions
based thereon, together with the public m
ilorseinent of the liberal usages of this So
cietv, ns shown bv its largely inereasoi
business, has led the management seriouslv
to consider whether the contract could not
be simplified and certain conditions crcsei
therefrom which have been the subject oi
luueli criticism and niL-conccption.
Alter a carctui exam, ivition "i me ex
perience of some of the besi companies in
Great Rritaiu, who nave shown a greab
libi rality than has been ciistomnrv in this
country, this society feels justified in adopt
ing a form of contract in which the follow
ing important concessions are made to pol
lev holders throughout the I nited States
1. Policies will be made incontestable
afu-r three veins from their date.
2. Each ordinary policy will provide for
adetinate surrender-value in paid-up nssiir
anee, in case the policy is forleited atti
three years from its date,
o. Each Tontine policy will contain
definite surrender-value in ca.h. in case of
withdrawal nt the end of the tontine
1. I lie contract will be concise'v nn
clearly expressed, containing only such
provisions as are necessary to protect the
5. The above concessions will hereafte
inure to the benefit of all policies nireadv
istu.'d nnd in force, after three years from
their dates respectively.
A LL ADVKIfTISK.MKNTS In Hits column, o
X live line" each or Wr wilt lie published for-.:
eeniH every liiHertlon; ! nionoiH uitlimit liiainre
Jim per month. Lueh mhlitionnl line' cent
Mlmillonii wanted Tree.
Several t'llcklioeiH are vnntrd to work on Hurl
nniti's iii1IiIiiil:. 'Apply ni corner Ninth sti-ei-t nnd
Cummeri'lul IIHMIV STOt'T
To Hie Hiiieriilaa l-'lre Company No 4: Annual
eiecuonwill lie Held .vpleinlier sin. .,'.i
ANDY Hl'LLI VAN. Secy.
Ton S.m.k -Separately or together, a et of alimU'
narne., a new. iue'L'y ciiKlilon ana a nuiiuy wnip
Apple in lliilletln lilnilerv. .Ion K IICUKK
UKADQt'A HT K f! S Ko r INK AHl'lIKHYOOODS
i.own. ;nottn. -riii iieiK, Miootlni! iiiuve, etc., in
i . w. llKMilillsux S. Commercial iivcl. c. cor
net -Twelfth utreet
Two ftory hrlek limine, ekdit rooms, on Ninth
Nireet, o ipuHiie or. Diitmliu; a. Apply to a. JMiirx
ni uuio i.evee. ,
An llnllii.n.n atni'L- ,.f Puri-ut Tri'l'K Mid KviT'
rriu'ii s.nwliiifii SI, ml,, frill Tree, nnd Slllnll
l'nilR thai will he mill i lieapi rnnd packed better
t'eie nt anv other pline on the Ativericn i on iiuen.
AddciKi., " ' V. IMNNKJi .
Niii-'ieu iv, i
5 LSD 10 CENT COUNTERS.
5 AND 10c COUNTERS!
TO TIIPTIMIMT. 'P I . .. 11.... l.n.l iti... m i. n ff .1.-
wuk must; luuim ri. niu mc vimi-
niitors oud HL'ttrttiuarturn! Wo have tlie only two
KXI'LI'MIVK K ittwl lit t. .1.1.1.... II. I.. tU fT U
laniDK tiicac. counters, w e am me unsi-
n.,.1 II . .... a.-.. ....I..
Wound tor CaittUuu aud parliculnrn.
9i0 AM) !02 Randolph kthhet rillflAiio
Alu ai and iS Chimney Street, tionton
PIANOS AND ORGANS
FOR THE NEXT CO DAYS,
Before our Advance in Prices.
PIANOS 81 W to 100!
. ....v., v.ii-r-t OliU PI 'in in uiH
lowi'pf iu't I'ttwh whoW'iiiV factory price, direct to
t hit rit irr hniiiir Tim mi ni.iiM,u ...I rn .1 .
All I -1 IV anil utrirtlv tr--flnoj u, A ...t ... .l.
.... . uvrv I'luoor mum: mi;.- ui UiU unt'M
(iiHhKHt the inclhiiutl KxhlMtlnn, and with
mm i-ifiiuy P'ruimiii iniin mr Uiv lllUcul Honor
MATH ITSII KJi'H
New Patent Duplex Ovi i'Stiung Scale,
which ia fteUimt'idi!el bv the hl'-lie.t enmlf i.l mi.
llmrily to be the irrenteft linprow tin nt , m r pat Inio
a S'liiure I'inno, prodnciiiL' ll.e mi.t i-vtoiii.l.tDg
power, nciine.mmii deptti or teiu . nut a mi. win
Inif ri'iallty tii vi r bi lore atti.ii. 1 -I. bfli.c a "Oruud
laiino 111 a Siuiiari. Case
The Mendelssohn Uprights
AllE THE KINKST I!" AM Klilt'A.
They are pronounced the "Piano i,rtnc Future."
The I priyht ha a more roweilul time Hi i.,-. ,h.
out tlie eutire a longer .i.tilnul nnu.
iiiallly. a lighter and more ri-.pon.ive toi:i h mid
un-ati-r durability and iii.illty fur taiiiii:ii m t;.ne
ll ureal niipi-riority deIli.i. it tn i.-nlirily Hi,pi-r-1
edetiie oidinary iiiurv piano lu thi. culitry. um ll
uri. u 1 1 .'li 1. U'H.r II, CHillUM!.
Kveay MendelKKiifin ('pnuh' I'hmo Hicwrv
be-t I'ATKNT liUl'liLK ItKCKATIVO
Al'THiN, ni:i(li expie.!y fur u. In Pan.. I'ral,re
Ail our i'iuuon 1.1 u made entirely l.v our. -Am h mi
Nos. nm, -tna. r,n.4!M;.A m w.stmi
St.. 11.1!!. 1170. oil:', Jilil tiC,(i (ilili & ;i7o
1 Ot li Avenue.
Now tl.e tlla-.t ai.'il Ul -I ll. t wtrM
Originally e-ti;h:ithe(i In l..'. hvii.e kiumi? the
fi-w n.al.1 of I'lano-e. h-.eh l,ioe .tin it tl.e t.-r t of
OVK1J 1-J.000 INUSH
Fvery riiMio Ftili.i Wrrniiei t. r Fi.e Yi-hik.
We are iimv ni.-ilii'.f oar ri:ii;o. ci tiiv!) of
The fri-atei't d:eoM ry of he n;--. WiKd ren-den-,1
imperi-titib:,-. M.rinklLL'. chukiuu or ' warp-tr.'-
In.:,!.--!'.!.- 11 1. it li, ,!, .,!,;.. ,. .,!... ,.i.i,.., ,..,.,
Hire a. ;tk-ai:i.icl rubb-.r. The ir rrvAn-it hard
LL-Kii and oiifiiiii of tin., hik 1 prudun. a renin-unci-ol
tciiie truly oi.(l, rfiil Tin- prm r-i. (f vi.1
1 .iniini.' ii" dni.e by niiiehinery tabiihed at our
fai-ton. and we bate the exi lii.hr tuctrol of the
patent tor plana Making whlcli. tu tki-r witt. o;ir
other piti nt" iit:d ii:iiriivenn-nt. ii.cliic.iiiu Vathu
hlu k'a Duplex Ovirtn:t.f( atnle. render our piano
in every ri :t the
i!et find Finest in the World!
In the urand rentilt of tn -ru'li. riun.bllltv. r-.
bility. inn! n'lility for Hat.i'.in; in tune, v'ulume,
pnwer. u .nn.ni'-r. brilliant i-eiin ., mi.pln-thi-tic
r,! ir.L'iru (iia!ity of tut..-, ewt.iei-n
thrum.-!. out the entire Mulr.'delkary i.nd elai ilv
ol lunch, and In utv of fin). h, the
PIANO STANDS WITOIT AN Eyl'AL.
rianos w-:;t on trial. Ibuv't laii tn rio- (or IV.u
lrut it and Descriptive 1 Bta!ot.";e cf i- pive. -malii
Are the Best in the World,
at price far In-low any (lrt-eln.ii make. An S.
.tup orisn fur ouly t :. iin Imllni: all ih,- ureateft,
late.t and be.) Iniprovetnetili.. po-flnK power,
depth, billliani y. m.d .vmpathetlc ijuullM of iumi
r.eautifnl nolo itleeti and perfect ntnp ac'i'iiu. All
Cii.e of Milid wa'niit. In bea'itllul ite-i,'n and !e
irant flni.h. All Piano and Ornani warrtnted for
five yearn, and nent on ttll-ct !av' let trial -Ireltrht
Iree If iiii.atl. factory. Send fur o-rcu'.ar-m.iiieil
SIIKET Mt'SIC. half price. DoVarV wrrth at
one-third of price, t alaloL'iu-of l.Vi m-'h rt , ,v
etit on riH etpt of Sc. atinip. Addn-..
MENDELSSOHN I'IAN'0 CO.
-:l Eat l.'jth Street. N. Y.
MICHIGAN STOVE CO.
02 Lake St., J3 Sonoca St.,
Keonoiny in Fuel, Dura
bility, nnd Convenieiicp.
Coinpleteness of desiarn, and
lVliectness of Constl lietioil.
Simplicity of Miviin?ement, nnd
(ieneral Workinar Qualities.
TIIK REST AND MOST RELIABLE
flTOVES ' AKD rj
IN THK MARKET.
Time Tried anil Fire Tested I
EVERY 8TOVK HELIAULK,
ALL GOODS FULLY WARRANTED.
For sale by C. W. HENDERSON, Cairo.
And by Flrt Cla Dcalcn Evfrywhero.