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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 24, 18S0.
Isthe Best and Most
in the World.
I'or Constipation, KillousncHS,
llciulache, Torpid l.lvi-r, Htm
rrIioic!H, Iiulihpohltlun, and nil
DlhorderH nrlMing from an ol
vtructiU ulutc of tlie siU-iii.
Ladle aud chiMreii. Htid those who i)lllk(l
taking ilia mid iihum-oii iiimH'iii h. art- tM."
dally hwd w itb UK uri-'ulilc iialttlc-.
TrtOPICKIll'IT I.AXATIVK mav he user)
'In nil ruw( tlmi neeil the hid of h jitirKiitlv',
e-aihttrlle,orHierlert iim-OIcIhc, ! while It pro
duce tin- same result a- tin- ii.'xm mimed, It la
entirely free Ironi tlm iimh.1 iili)wtlnn i-oimnon
tjliieiu, I'm lifd In broriaeal llii tsuafaeinly.
Price 25 cts. Large boxes 6oc.
Sold by all first-class Druggis-ts.
row to c ure.
COLDS, ASTHMA, WWY.
All dieaci of the Throat, Lungs und Piiirnonurv
fE ACJOIlDINC T DIUECTIONS.
Allen's Luni? lialsani.
UH 4Lif.EITfltcr;Lffrfl tAtrM T.,
ff U. rfr , try ju.r, It. lb fim'tr . Hf.tot
f)t' It ttvi fvju, at. t4H.it, Mw.
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM.
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Tti" Po'lttv Citr
For all Female Complaints.
This preparation, u In name tlrnlnca, cutulst of
YiveUhto Pro'rti that are bannk-ta to the most del
leal Invabd. Vpon one trial tlx merit of thii Com
pound Kill bo n-cognixcl, aarohsf li Immediate and
hn iu use Is continued,, In alm-tv nine case in a bun.
di'Hjtapt.Tman,nlcun-l.ieffrtcd,Ml(i(nan'la will tes
tify, fm account of IU pmt n merits, It In t-day ro
nDmiidsd and prescribed by tlio (pit plivmctaii, la
It will cure entirely th worrt form of fulling
of the uterus, Is-ororrho-a, IrroiruUr and painful
L'eri.lr0jUn,ailOiirianTn-ul)liti, Inanimation and
I'leration, Iloodlnirs,)! Miplacements and tin eon
pxiurtit spinal woaluieaf , and Is espvrlally adapu-d to
the Clianite i'f life. It w'Jl dlmolre and eipel tumora
frt.Ti tte uUrunlnan early staee of deelonent. T)a
It ndenry t cancerous humors there Is checked Tery
aiievdily by lis use.
In fact It has prored to 111 r"at
est and best remedy that has eser been dlscoer
nX It iiermeatea every portion of the syntem, and (Ira
new HfeandTiifor. H removes f.ilntnf.(latulcncy. de
stroys allocs Ting for stimulants, and relieve weakness
f the stoinarb
.. eaivs Bloating', ITeadaihes, Sttoiis Trostratlon,
General tebiUty.SIeepleaanc-v, Depn ssioo and Indl
(ration. That f ellnff of bearing down, causing pain,
weight and backache, in always permanently cured by
tuuse. It will at all times, and undent!) (ircuiuntan
tea, act in harmony with the law that governs the
For KidnoyComplalnts of either scs this compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Is prepared at V3 and SS5 Western Avenue, I,ynn, Mass.
Price Jl 00. Sn bottka for $.',.00. nt by nuul In the
form of pills, also In the form of Iob'tigcs, on rorclpC
of price, f 1.00, per boi, for rither. Mrs. f'INKILU
freely answers all letters of lnpUr,v. Send for tn
phlet. Address as above .Vti tlm p.ixT.
No family nbuuldls' without LYDIA K I'lNKILXM'
Lrl'IUA They euro 'onstltlon, tihousne
ndTunivllty of the Liver. S. cents ir b-x.
MCIIAUPSOX i: CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholiwsir wiili for LVD I A K. I'INKIIAM'S
r.tiuo, h i.imhh, Dcccmher, 1Jl.
Tint r" :ilnr minim! mi'ctin2 of Hie Mix'kliulilrrH
nf the Cnv Nuilotml H;ink td Talro for tlis piitpon'
f olcctlni; ccn'ii tiirci'torH. win Do tic'ii iu the oi
fln? r.f sfi'.l tmnk. In thi" cliy.on Tiicidny. .liilinii'V
11. 1KH1 I'olls open nl Id o'rliH k a. in. uikI cloeu
at 4 u.rluck p. in. of said ilnv.
THUS. W. II M.LII)AV,(Hehici
Now is the Time to Subscribe
Frank Leslie's Popular
The January Number lnrrmlt'tl with riVllRhtful
readmit tiiiiitor, ruplclu wun iuiitomi. iMiii'r'.uin
mo t und Instruction. The opeiiini urtlclc, by
Nutfi'iit Holilnsitn, cntLlud. -hlisktpfiirw a I oti
ilon." Ih .UliurRiu Iu Ha details, un-l im thirucn
ft uo llluslratloim. A moiie I lie mum articles of
I'siim iul merit wo tnnv Inxt nee. lVacock Mho n
tuit in IhUIii '; "Sonic MonmrmlH of lltiltunbiis"
(with k r iitucn llluatrHtliiiia); "A (ioselp nhotit
Durlliia'': 'Woman' Hair, lie tilui" buiI as rroprr
ty," etc., etc. Ill Hiim1 pnrlmciil ot llcti n wo Und
tlio CDPliiiitHiloti nl " I h ADbcr itch, ii Hory
of liitoHii' tutu oft : "Tlio story of a I'lluritu Hot-
tin." liv Helen W. I'ler-on, anil soxoial other
iloriee by popular writ era. There uro nKelrho' of
grout morn by W. .1. Florcinec, etc., und poems by
Aitslin Dolisun. 1M tt I no Killof, etc., elc. Tlio
mUcellany I uimeiiully coploii, embracinu a laru-e
variety til cuiijc'cis ami prueeniinn nn ninioMi ex
hauatlesn fund of amunen'.ent und lnlormiitiun
Tlio nunihcr cunt Ins PiM quarto p','es of atanduid
lit, irk'ure nnri over 1UI llim tn''lllvlllL'n. A eiliL'lo
coiiv l only '.'5 cute, and J:l wil' set mo copies fur
a year, 1. Vi lor lx monllii), and I lor lour inoniiir
ent pon ii'ee. AciureHF,
Frn.iik Leslif'H I'ublisliiiifr House,
M, Ml & r7 I'Hrk l'ltico. New Yor'
Circuit Judso D. J. Baker.
(,'lrcnlt l,'lotkA. M. tivm.
County JurigoK. N. Yocum.
rotinly nerk-S. J. lltimm.
'.'onuly Attorney J. M. IHnirnn.
Connlv Treasurer Milt W. I'arkf r.
Sheriff John llotluo.
Comity CommlsBioner T, W. iUlllday, J
M. UlbbB, Samuel Drlley.
THE I)AD;Y 1UJLLETIN.
Storey -Twain Wurcl Nashy.
"I'id u liulii;iiiiiij, and Imvu betn arouml
urnl luul tots ot fun in my day." Tlio
speaker wns tlio centre !' un aiJiiinin;
j.'roiip in it rwort whero lie iiltcriiuti.'ly
fUiiH'etl bin beer unit looked patronizingly ut
bin coinp'iiiionH, who Iri'ipwutly iippbiudeil
liin atut'TiicijtH, "Vi;h, sir; my niiiiii! in
Charles Appleton Stevenson, and 1'vo been
t li roil fell the whole ljusiness. 1 ni. ts I
won't travel much more; I ma a ncbl of
fieneral Ilincks now. I'm gettiii'' kIoii;
past hixty. I've seen lots of the boyn get
up. Away back in 18U'Jor MO. after the Cana
dian rebellion, I worked onTliurlow Weeil's
paper, the New York Coinmerr ial, ut the
Hume frame with Wilbur F, Storey, now ot
the Chiciii'o Times. Storey wiih a hand
xonie, dashiiif' fellow ami a (rood printer.
He (ot the western fever in H V. und struck
Jackson, Miehiiiiin, where he published the
Patriot, with Kufus li. Chewy. At the
end of about three yearn Storey bought the
Detroit Free Press from the IJaj.' family.
John L. Hurmon put some money into the
concern, but I think Storey bought him
out in about eighteen months. They were
Tiotli tony chaps. Storey used to get his
bouts from New York and his clothes frnm
IJ'ikton. I think Storey married bis firt
wife there; her name was Isham,
iliiiichter of the superintendent of
piii.'iic ii struction of Michigan. Shewrote
the book notice, for the rree Press. ow
lives in Virginia; they separated by mutual
agreement. Storev went to Chicatjo about
lOo, after selliny; the Free Press to a poli
cial! named Walker, for 20,000. The
Times had been started, if I remember
aright, with the money of Stephen A.
Douirlas. the United States senator, and
Cook, United States marshal. About 1652
C. II. McC'ormick, the "reaper man,"
wanted to po to congress to pet his patent
renewed. He bought up the paper of the
Times and secured a controlling interest.
McC'ormick didn't pet to congress, and
nbout 1 8!0 he offered the sheet at private
sale, declaring that he had lost several
thousand dollars on it. Here Storey ap-
penred and bought the Times for $12,000,
investing the other S.000 which he had re
alized from the sale of the Free Press in a
Hoe press. Storey edited the paper him
"Rurnside placed a chain-pang around
the Times office to stop the publication of
the paper, which was printing treasonable
artirles. Jack Woodlock, the pressman
and he's there to this day took a hose
and swore lie would scald anybody who
interfered. They run off twenty-five papers
and Storey took them under his arm and
climbed out upon the roof, and pot down
into the street, saying that he never Inst an
edition. He went down to the telegraph
office and sent despatch to Lincoln, and
Abe sent back this:
Order ot General liurnside countermand
ed. I have enough on my hands without
chaining the press.
"Storev run his paper he next niglit, but
Storey lost money on the limes. About
1 BC4 the concern begnn to pay. I ne tiling
has been going by fits and starts ever
"There's Gi.nenl Ilincks; he s a practical
printer, too; as good a one as I am. Yen,
sir: lie u.ved to work at the
cac in the ofhVe of the
I'O't. H; was at terwards shipping-clerk in
the hardware store that had the contract
for fm iiint siiir iron tor the United States
navy. He married into the &ame tamily
with Geiiei il Ilutler. Ho got up in a
I vjot aequsinteil witii Sam Liemmens,
or Mark Twain, aa he is best known, as a
brother typ in Sandusky, Ohio, in ls 2
How old lssinif Well, lies about titty-
ei;ht now. As I was saying, he was on the
Plaindi alcr. lie came up to Detroit on the
boat. The next I heard ot him be was
plavinL' the Hoheniinn out in 'Frisco,
win re he nearly starved and went to Ne
vsda. There, for an hour. Sam was worth
1.000.000 or more. He struck what is
known aH the Comstoek lode, Virginia
City. A friend of his'n, who crossed the
plains with him, was sick, and Sam failed
to report, and the claim whs jumpei. But
lie made a littlt; stake there and went to
the Sandwich blinds. He came back by
Culm, and struck New York city. He met
his wife there. She had a fortune. He
wrote an aittohiographv which made him
popular, and tlm he published his 'Hough
ing It.' Since that tmin. I take it, you lei
lows know Komelhing of him.
"Did I know Artemus Ward or Charles
F. Urownet I don't know mv own son bet
ter. Mrowne was reportiny on the Clove
lnd Plaindenler. He was a practical prin
ter. I Htrin-k him on the Toledo Blade and
Detroit Free Advertiser. He was a native
of Portland, lie., went to Cambridge, Mass.,
nnd worked in a hook printing Crtablish
im-nt. and then wtnt to Boston, where ho
irot the Western fi vr,
"Pet'oleum V. Nasbv? I wish I knew
mvself s.s I do him. I have known him
since he wan a boy twenty-two vcars of tjr
Wo didn't une to associate with David U
Locke that's his real name, you know
Locke was a type snatcher to boffin with
but he took the place of Charles F. Browne
who rot on a drunk, as city editor of the
Toledo Blade. Locke went up fast ns the
'Cross-roads Man,' and now owns the
Tir k "London Hair Color llostorcr"
is the moht delightful articlo every in
troduced to the American people and
totally different from all other hair ro
Htorers, being entirely free from all
impure ingredient that render many
other articles tor ilm hair obnoxious.
Where baldness, or falling of tlio hair
exist, or prematurely grayness, lrom
sickness or otht r causes, its use will
restore the natural youthful color, and
causes a healthy gro-vth, cleansing the
scalp from ull impurities, dandiuff,etc,
at the same time a most pleasing and
lasting hair dressing, fragmntly per
turned, rendering the hair soft
und plyable, making it au indis
pensable in every toilet.
Ask vour druggist for London Hair Color
Restorer. Price 75 cents a bottle. (1)
Why has ITonireopathy becomo so popu
lur? Because their mooicines are so easy
to take; and this is one reason why Carter's
Littlo Liver Pills aro so very popular
everybody likes them.
In Re-General Public.
10 cents verstislndisresiion nnd Dynpcpsia
Why linger in tho miseries of Indigestion
an ' Dvspensia wtien there is an almost m
fallible cure to he found in Spring Blossom
irial size 10 cents; regular uizo CO cents.
Magic In tlie.MiicU'cntli Century.
N. McHeii, Wyobridge, Ontario, writes:
"I have sold large quantities of Dr.
Thomas' Lclectric Oil; it is used for colds,
Horo throat, croup, etc., and. In fact, for
uny affection of the throat it works like
niau'ic. It is a sure cure tor burns, wounds
und bruises. Sold by Paul G. Scliuh.
Mr. George L. OTIiira, the live druggist
of the town, is always up to the times und
ready to meet the demands of his many
customers. He hm just received a supply
of that wonderful remedy that is astonish
ing the world by its marvelous cures. Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption,
coughs, colds, asthma, bronchitis, buy
lever, phthisic, croup, whooping cough, tick
ling in the throat, loss of voice, hoarseness
or any affection of the throat and lungs,
This remedy positively cures, as thousands
can testify. If you do not believe it call
ut his drug store and get a trial bottle free
of cost era regular size bottle for one dol
lar. As you value your life, give it a trial
and be convinced, us thousands already
have been (1) "
One bottle of Dr. Thomas' Fclectric Oil
restored the voice when the person bad
not spoken above u whisper in live yours.
Sold by Paul G. Scliuh.
Bi ki;s I.oisiNsti.N, N unda, . l.
Ja? D. Di.n.mno, clerk, Wabash shops
Toledo, Ohio, says : "I am now wearing an
Only Lung Pad,' and it Um uil'orded nie
almost instant relief from asthma." Sec
A Little Learning.
A little learning is a dangerous thing,
particularly when dabbling in medicines;
far better to use n well-tried and established
remedy like Dr. Thomas' Kclectric Oil, en
dorsed by everybody who lias tried it in
cases of rheumatism, neuralgia, sprains,
bruises, cuts, hums, and all the ills that an
American sovereign is subject to. Price,
00 cents; trial size 10 cents. Sold by Paul
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth.ucrvous weakness,
any decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that wilt cure you, free ot
charge. This srrcat remedy wa9 discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Hev. Joseph
T. Inman, Station I), New York City.
TiiruTV Ykaks Expkkiesck ok ax Old
NcitsE Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup is
the pcrscription of one of the best female
physicians and nurses in the United States
and lias been used tor thirty years with
never failing safety and success by millions
of mothers and children, from the feeble
infant ot one week old to the adult. It
corrects acidity of the stomach, relievos
wind colic, regulates the bowels, and gives
rest, health and comfort to mother and
child. e believe it the best and surest
remedy in the world, in all cases of disen
tery and diarrhoea in children, whether it
arises from teething or from any other
cause. Full directions for using will ac
company each bottlp. None genuine un
lessttie fac simile ot Curtis & Perkins is on
the outside wrapper. Sold by all medicine
dealers. Twenty-tive cents a bottle. (3)
Write to Mrs. Lvdia E. Pinkham, No
2:13 Western avenue, Lynn, JIass., for
pamphlets relative to the curative pro
perties of tier Vegetable Compound in all
Thos. Howard, Bradford, Pa., writes:
enclose money for Spring Blossom, as I
said I would if it cured me; my Dyspepsia
lias vanished with all its symptoms. Many
thanks; I shall never be with in the house
Coughs. "Brown s Bronchial Troches
are used with advantage to alleviate cough,
sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial affec
tions. For thirty years these Troches tiave
been iu use, with annually increasing favor
They are not new and untried, but, Laving
been tested bv wide and constant use for
nearly an entire generation, they have at
tained well-merited rank among the few
staple remedies of the ago.
TheThkoat. "Brown's Bronchial Tro
dies" act directly on the organs of the
voice. They have an extraordinary effect
in all disorders of the throat and larnys, re
storing a healthy tone when relaxed, either
from cold orover-exertion ot the voice, and
produce a clear and distinct enunciation
Speakers and singers find the Troches use
A Coron, Cold. Catakkii of sore throat
requires immediate attention, as neglect of
tentimes results in some incurable lung dis
eases. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" almost
invariably give relief. Imitatious aro offer
etl tor sale, mnny ot which are injurious
The genuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
are sold only in boxes.
The Cairo Prices Current
Ofllco Washington Avenue,
Tiik CAino rmcss ct'itaBST ts published every
Tuesday ami Friday from tho oltlco of Tiik C'Aino
Bulletin, and U latouded to glvo a trno report of
the condition of tho market on day of publication
and the publisher trust that full and complete
quotations will be given by the business men of tho
TKHMS. One cent per copy. On all orders ot
3 or more, of samo dale, tho subscriber's namo
K ill bo printed without extra charge. Order for
.xtra cople must bo rccolvcd by 10 o'clock a. st
in dav of publication
Thukrpat Evening, Dec, 23, 1880.
The fall of snow in last twelve hours has
been very heavy. It melted almost as fast
as it fell, leuving tho streets and sidewalk
muddy and slippery and bringing business
almost to a stand-still.
The market continues iu tho unsettled
nnd depressed condition noted at tho bo
ginning of tlio week and dealers
in leading articles of consignment
do not anticiputo any improvement until
after tho holidays.
FLOUR-Weak and unsettled. Tho
market is dull nnd prices remain aa at tlio
opening of tlio week.
HAY Receipts ure largo and tho mark
et is well supplied.
CORN Stocks are accumulating and
OATS Is the only grain that has held
its own during tho week. Prices are un
changed and the demand fair.
MEAL The mills aro selling all they
can manufacture at the prices quoted.
BUTTER-Overstccked; dull and lower.
Twenty cents is the outside figure to-day.
EGGS Scarce and command fancy
POULTRY Live is dull un 1 overstock
ed. The demand is "enorally for choice
Iressed turkeys and chickens.
APPLES The demand is confined to
POTATOES-Vlcnty and easy. The
call lias been rather limited during the
Sales ami (Quotations.
NOTE. The prices here given aro lor sale from
firsthand In round lot. Au advance I
chariiud for broken lots in lllllngorder.
JV) Mil Various - 4 (O
loo " country tanry; 5
" various grades 3 272.S
) " choice 5 ll)i5 15
country fancy ,
5 car prime Timothy.,
2 car gilt edue
t car good Red Top...
A cars choice Timothy,
ijcurs good mixed
1 car mixed, in facks
1 car while, in bulk (sold early)..
1 car mixed, in bulk "
car white, in bulk
1 car mixed, is bulk
a cars mixed in bulk
i!rars, in sack
K cars choice in bulk.
Ped.pt r hu m 1 Otafil C
H00 bbls City S 40
1"0 sacks, delivered, 75
1 cor iu cache, delivered '
10 0 pounds Northern roll lfI0
400 pounds .Northern pacKcu .u
4'i pound Illinois I.'AIS
Xi pound choice roll
4'JU puunds boutheru Illinois roll.
low " ,
Scoop live, per do.
ifHiU pounds dressed
R'JO ' choice, dressed
8 ooftfl m
5 coop pood mixed 3 bOQ,3 25
i coop mixed 2 (
7 coops hetiH 2
'25 dozen, dressed i 50
Per head - &i!0
5'i bushels, in bulk .
1,7) bbls choice Ben Davit
150 bbl. nineties
1! 000,2 M
.5 SOClii 00
Wild turkey each
On 'i IK per dozuu....
Dressed hogs, choice
l.ivu " " ....
Dressed, " common
Dry salt Shoulder
Clear sides -
' Clear Rib Side
St. John $1 35
Ohio River son
9 ounce burlap. 2l4 bushel
Oat tacks, 6 bushel
Peaches, halve and tpliirtorR
Cholco navy tt
Cholco . 1MU
Drv Kit tit
Drv Halt 14
Green Halt 6H1
Orium.. aaaai UHsi It ittMtt Mat tt ttt t tltM fl
HbOUU l'ultMalMMttltttlllt0M( MtttttMt toaio
Common Lug 1 oila 00
Good lug o OIW 5 N)
Low Leaf 5 7.'Ta Ml
Good Lear. S Md'O 7 60
Medium Lear B OUdi 8 60
RATH 8 OP FREIGHT.
Memphis NowOrleani Way
Grain per Cwt 15 els 17!yCl Kcit
HayperCwt W " W " tflcl
Klonr per bbl 30 " 35 A 45 rl
Pork per bbl 40" 50" 471n
Sold by PAUL (i. SCJIUH, CAIliO, ILLS.??:
U.J JZ?? mm
Andall tllseares of the Kidneys, Bladder
Urinary Organs by wearing the
Improved Excelsior Kidney-Pad
It la a -MARVEL of HEALING and RELIEF
Simple, Sensible, Direct, Pain-
i M II I.X 1 111,
ltf'I.'If f:s where ll else fail. A BEVET.A.
TION ami REVOLUTION in Medicine. Absorp
tion or direct application, a opposed to un
satisfactory ititerbHl medicines. Send for our
treatise on Kidney troubles, sent free. Sold by
drujiijists, or sent by niuil, on receipt of price, f'i
This i the
Original and en-iI1 i'AULU
nlDe Kidney Pad ' DETROIT,
Afk for it and Michiryan
Manager for the Northwest.
AVoitTii Its Weight Ix Gold
Sold by all Druggists.
Go to PAUL G. SCTIUH, Druggist,
Dyes. For brightness and durability
pounds, price 15 cents.
Mendelssohn Piano Co.
Will make, for the next CO days only, a Grand Offer of
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
8050 Square Grand Piano for only $24.5.
STYLE 1 Magnificent Rosewood cnec. elegantly finished, 3 tr1np7 1-3 Octavet full piteal
" caiminte iijiraiTes, our uew patent overstrung scale, beautilul oned leg and lyro beav
serpentine and large fancy moulding round case, full Iron Frame, French Grand Action, Grand Ilm
mers, in fact every improvement which can lu ny way tend to tho perfection of the Instrument ha
been added .
tfT'Our price for this instrument boxed and delivered on board tho car at Nuw York AA
wiih llue Piano Cover, Stool and Book, only
Thi Piano w ill he sent on lest trial. Please send reference l yon do not send money with order. Cash
sent with ord r will be refunded and freight charge paid bv us both waj If FImio i not Juf. as rep
resented In this advertisement. Thoumndi. In use. fcend 'fur Culaloijue. Kwiy lntibineut tr.lly war
ranted for live years.
1)1 A XT (CJ $:tfto$l"0v.'lth Stool, Cover and Book). All Krlctly Kirel cl.ifs and sold a. V hoi
1 sale fmtury pilee These Piano mtdeuneol the finest displnyn at tho (fnienn!
Exhibition, and weio unanlinoiisli recommended (or the llli'licst llnrurs. Th
S(iiati'S contain our New Patent Scale, the greatest improvement In the history of Piano making. Th
Upright are the llnest In America. Positively we make the lit cut Pianos, of the richest tone nnd great
rt duiabUity. They ure reetmmended by the highest musical authorities In the country. Cier M.ffcO
In use, and not ono illssatistled purchaser. All Pianos and Organs sent en 1 day test trial-freight
free If unsatisfactory. Don't lull to write us before buying, positively we oiler the nest bargain. Cat
alogue mailed free. Handsome Illustrated and Ilcscrlpihu ( atuloiuie i f 4S prgs malleo ft.r Jc stamp.
Every piano fullv wurriinted fur 5 year.
nltn VM Our "Parlor Grand Jubilee Organ," style :!5, is the fnest and swi eltst toned Hce4
.ltljri.i n orgnn e ver ollcredtbe musiciil public It coutalns Five Oclau'. Vive sets Reed,
four of -i'i Octaves each, and one of three Octave. Thirteen Step with Grand
Organ Diapson. Melodln, Viola. Hule.Celeste. Dulcet, Echo, Melotll Fott. I elertlna, Violin. Hul
Forte, Tremolo. Grand-Organ and Grand-swell. Knee-Stop 11-lght 74 Indies: Lennh.43 In; Width,
-.4 in: Weight, boxed, ".mi lbs. The case la of solid walnut, veneered w ith cholco woods, and I of aa
entirely new and heautlliil design, elaborately cnrved.wlth raised panncl. n nsle closet, lamp stand,
fretwork, Etc., allelegantly llnlsbed. Possesses thu latest and best Improvement, with gnat power,
depth, brilliancy nnd sj mpiithetlc cjuality of tone. Beautiful solo i fleet aid perlvrt Plop action
Regular retail price JJSfi. Our wholesale net rash price to buve It Introduced, with stool rd hook,
only J'i7 a one organ sells others. Positively no deviation in price iioiiil nitnrtd mill you
have fully tested the or gnu In your own home. We send ill tirgflii on 15 ilar lot trial and pay freight
both wny If Instrument t not a represented. Fnllv wnrranli d for 5 year Other lyle h stop or
gan only $tl5: ll stop. $S5: 14 stops, $115. Owrll'.MOi' sold, and every Orgtn has given the fullett sat
Isl'ncilnii. Illustrated circular mulled ireo. Factory and wnrernom. 57lh St. and 10th Ave
UTFtTT Af I TQTr1 t one-third price. Catuiogtio of 3th II choice pli ct sent for 8c 'tmp. Thi
OJIIjIj X iUIJOll Catalomin liicltide most of tho popular music of the dty tnd evi ry variety ot
musical composition, by tho best author, Address, v,
MENDELSSOHN PIANO CO., P.O. box 205(1, New York Cit)
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Manufacturer and dealer in Custom-mado
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Finest and Neatest
stock of Custom
Made Boots and
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Men's wear to le
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No other shop can
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N. B. All work warranted, and Repairing, neatly
done on tlioit uottcc.
17! rrli fit Between Commercial tud
HiIgllTJl Ol.j , whliitou Ave.
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Sold by drnggiet, or sent by mail on receipt of
price, J.0O, by
monfaland ourTIIEONLY LUNG PAD CO.
book " Three DETROIT,
Million Year" Michirron
Sent free, Michigan.
Manugem for the Northwest.
PRICE SO cents and $1.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Fret mans' Kew National
of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
Yonrtclye by making mon
ey when a golden chance 1
ottered, thereby alwtya
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take advantage of the guod
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ly become wealthy, while those who do not im
prove such chance remain in poverty. Wa want
manv men, women, bovsand girls to no work for on
right in their own localities, Tho business, will
pay more t tint) leu tune urdlntry wage. W
furnish mi expenscnslvo ontflt and all that you
nnedfrre. Noouo who engage fall to niaksi
money rapidly. You rau devote )our whole timet
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itiformiitloii and all that 1 needed sent free. All
drifs HTINSON Co., Portland. Maine,
tfOUKDHY, MACHINE SHOP AND
E dTKAM FOKOR.
Vulcan Iron Works
U3 OHIO LEVEK. CAIRO. 1118.
John T. Rennie;
HAVING otabllhed hi work at th abov men
tinned plco 1 better prepared than ever ft
manufacturing Steam Engines and Mill Machinery.
lluvlug a Steam Ilamiuer and ample Toed, U
mantifaclur of all kinds of Machinery, KallroaA,
Steamboat tnd Bridge Koriringt mad trxclalty.
Especial a'.teutlou giyen lo repair of It -rUjtt4
Brass Castings of all kind mad to ordei
B.tpKtlUy luail lubrmcbe.