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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 28, 1880.
u I'riHifJfroiu I'M tropical i
5- 'yi ai,d plant. g
Isthe Best and Most
in the World.
Tor Constipation, Jtllloimncss,
llt-atlacltf, Torpid B.Uer, lli-ni-orrholclH,
I iulixpor.lt Ion, uud all
IltorcUm origin from an o!.
MrucU-cl Mute of the (system.
l-wlle- mill chil.tren, hiiiI (I.imm who illillkn
1 1 1 k l n K pill himI ii:iiim'uiii iiimIIcwk-h, uri' eM
Viully i iiw l Willi ie. iiiiiiTiil.it. iiialiiifK.
TltOI'JC-FltUT I.AXATIVK mur lin UK-d
In llll VIlM-n 111 lit llflll lllH Hill (if 11 plllk'lMlVC,
rallmrile, or iiiiTlfnHiiciiii'iii-, ninl while Ii pro
iluv tin- i-nn.i- ri'tuii u" in ihi-ijs iiuiiii-'l, It l
entirely fi' i i'ri'in tin- iimiuI i limit rntmmin
lull, i in. I'lirUfU InliriiiiMil lin IkimooiiI.i.
Price 25 cts. Large boxes 60c.
Sold iiv all first-class IIwuggists.
C 0 XS U M 1 T 1 0 X, C 0 U ( i 1 1 S j
fOLIS, ASTHMA, Cl'.OI T.
All dl"ea-e of tin' Th-11 it. I.ni.f- aul I'u',n.oiinrv
lSE ACCORDING ''' DIRECTIONS.
Allen's Luii Rikiin.
Uf UTTn l"U;HTirrrr,hfTt.'l T.a,
WAN I tii ; '- '"-I
-m 'n''. tit . I.i uril'li. I" (in.d.ri. rf'ml
u.ila lit., lavyl.'. lulh tI iWu, si. Uuil, Mo.
MRS. LYDIA E. PIHKHAM2
OF LYNS1, MASS.
LYDiA E. PITvKHAM'S
Th" Fo'lt'v f'nf?
For all Female Complaints.
TM prf mention, M name slimlne. eonlt of
l.tfeta.',1 IT... r',ir that are harmli-M to the moat di-1-traU'
InriUi'l. I-pontine trial th merit of tbii Com
funij will no reeiirnliM, a. relief 1. Immediate j and
wtwn lu uarts continued, In ninety nine i-a-.ln ahun.
dred, apemiarvnlcuivl.i frriieil.a.thouianiU will U
tify. On a-couiit of lu provin merit., It I to-iUy n
r'unmrnilnl and pnarnlxil ty ttio bet pfcjrilclan In
it 1II ran entlrfly th! wr.rtt form rf falling
f the ut.rin, Iuoirrtiiia, Irntnilar and painfiU
Hiniruiitin.all(iviu'liuiTniiMi'i, Inflamnuitlun and
I'll ration. Hoolliik'S all l'lnilaiviwnti and tl.o coq
jU(nt p;itial weakru-H, and li rilaUy ada.ud to
the Chanpo of IJff. It will illmolve and upel tumori
fro.n the ulrruilnan early !i!nt of drTrlopmrnt. T1i
tr.ilriKy to 'nerroua humoni there i checked Tery
In fart It ha proved to l th (Treat
wt and he-t mij that ha fver been dlacofer
ed. It i-'nn.-aUn every portion of the yrtero, and g ire
new Hfeand vittor. It rerarnet faint new, flatulency, de
troyi all r raving for etlniulanU, and nlicrea weakntai
f the atomarh
;. cun Moating, Hi-adarhea, Kerrouii rrof ration,
(lenerol lahlllty.PlceplemneBi, Ikprewlon and InJI
reitlon. That fwllDK of bearing down, cau-iing pain,
wtiht and barkach", to always permanently cured ly
lleu-e. It will at all tlmea, and under all clrrum.tan
, art In harmony with tlio law that gorerns the
For Kiilney t'omplalntu of ellhcr ! thlt compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
If prepared nt and V!t Wert era Avenue. I.ynn, Ma.
ITti-e 11.00. 811 bottlia for $i.0H Hi nt l.y nuul In the
form of pllln. 0I110 In the form of Ini.i. on nfeipt
of price, tl.oo, per box, for either. S!in. n.NKIUU
fn-i'Iy aiwweni all Mtew of Innulry. 8"nd fur Kan
phltt. Aihlniwaiialiuve .tfritfioa fftu ;xipcr.
Ko family UouM be without LVDU E. I'lNKIUM'
UVltriLLS. They euro Constipation, Biilouinis
andTorpiility of the Urer. Cio nU per box.
1MCIIAUDSON iS: CO., St. L-mis, Mn.
Whi'Ii-'ilc iwiIh fur LYDIA K. 1'INKIIAMS
I S A f i: I'.TA IN H K M I :i) Y 0 It
COXGESTIOX OF THE LUNGS, ETC.
CoiniMiuiitl Synip of
M'KKDILY AJill I'EKMANJiM'LY CVIiKS
t'onifi llin uf Hi" LmifK, Ilrmiehlilf, Cuticuinii
Hun, NorvoiiK I'rontMitltiti. SlMirtiii of Ilrenlh,
l'lilpilutltiii of tliu lli nrl. Trt'iulillnuof Ilia Jiui(ln
and Mmlis, lli nlonl mid .Venial Icirmlnu, Luhh
of Aiittil, I.tih of fiirrcy, I.ohh of Jkmory. It
will r.iplilly itnpruvr ihu weiiKmeK. fiiiicltoiKt nud
orKaitp of lln) liodv, tvlilcli (!i'!i iid for lioulili upon
volunliiry, fi'iiil-vnluntnry ami luvoluiilur,v uvrvuun
II iu'Ih with vlcor. Kciilli'tn'Kiiiml culillcty. ovUvj
In llm t'Xiil!-ili' liurinoii)' of it t liicirilinitH. akin to
)l liru lilo ill llrclr. Ili tllrtu pli llPlilit, II1KI llH tllect
1 K liTTj I T V.
St. John, N II.
Mr. Joined I. Follow, Clirml"!, rt. Jolui, N il.
Deiir Hlr :-lliivlux iifi'il yur ('iiiiipiiiitid syrup
of llyi()jiioiiil)!li' lor coino 1 1 nil' In mj prnctli c. I
Imvi! no licrliullon In rcrtmimvmllnit It to my pit
llonld who am flillerliiK lioin p'tienil dclililly, or
liny (llBi'iicitof Iho liiiij;". knowing Ihut uvun In
CuHi'iuittinly liop(0( K, Itollorda rollrf.
I Bin, lr,yoiirr truly, II. (i. AliDY, 51. D.
UOLU BY ALLDltUUUiaTS.
THE DAILY BUTJjETIN.
Very few men aro L1chi1 witli tho
talrul if tloin; mora tlinii ono tiling
well. In tho economy of nature our
gifts ft a l'u'i 1110 l'CHr' lli;i5' ''
nlilc to pin n but c:tuiot cxucuti?, while
his neighbor's executive- ability Is his
hi roil"; point. The until is uotrl at tho
wheel but lacks ilnanclul ability ; an
other etui design china ami earthen
ware of ruperior style, but falls short
ol' success as a birsinesi inn linger. Sim
ilar experiences nro met with in every
tni'le. Men may Biieceod in the rou
tine of designing, and in other depart
ments of potting, but when their suc
cess in any of these encourage- them to
esiay manufacturing, they are all at
sea, Vunply because the latter po-ition
calls for the exercise of entirely ditlor
cut fiualilicatious. Now ami nain we
liu I notable exceptions to this rule.
We meet occasionally with men who
possess a combination of dilfcreut
and varied excellencies, superior
wherever they are placed ; but, on the
whole, such instances are rare so rare
in fact that the exception only proves
the rule. Such men are successful.
They must be fur they possess every
requisite in th whole range of me
chanical and executive ability. OlIi
er men, who know nothing, practical
ly, about the details of coii-truciion
a:id (pctl'ities of material, sometimes
succeed, but they have an executive
power well developed, ami supported
Dy a clc.tr judgment tntine I by expe
rience, they master all difficulties.
(ini! class of men may noL know how
to draw the simple-l pattern, but, on
the other baud, they may possess good
ta-te, wlii'-h will enable them to de
cide whether a pattern is good or bad,
and their discernment foretells its re
ception with the trade. Give them a
ba-is and a plan and they will com
tilete the structure. On tho other
Land, those who have the practical
routine thoroughly by heart, but lack
the executive power, generally tail in
their attempt to do business. What
wo wish to impress is the importance
of executive talent. It is theall-pow-erful
lever. It is not always a gift.
In nearly every man there is a germ,
which, with proper cultivation will
develop this trait to a certain degree.
Cocks and Hens,
Son of th Poll.
"And th cock crew." Yv'lio does
not remember thc-e memorable words!
AYe uii'.'ht from this eimimance,
poetically call the cock St. Peter's ac-cii-ing
anu'el. Christ hiiiis-lf noticed
this I'Ciutifiil bird, and probably with
adinirUh'ii; f"r the handiwork of the
Almighlv made no tiilurc in his crea
tion. Yet some men are so dignified
that thee de-id-e this brave and gen
erous bird. and every one who fancies
or admires him. In spite of this ad
verse circimi-taiice. we admire and
bree chickens. We admire them be
cane we liave learned to judire an I np
preci tie tine fowls: an I we breed them
hecati-e we know they are profitable.
Our experience has taught us the truth
of the staiementsof rep'Uisib!e brce.'
er. We did not lir-t inperly credit
thee st iteuiciits ; but thought that
no! bin"; more was neeeisary than to
make judicious vleetions from any
fowls eaily and cheaply obtained.
The result of this opinion was a lare,
healthy, clem fowl: eight, pound
cock-and ix p 'iind lieu-;. They were
of course, mongrels. The only certain
charn 'tcrWt';e common to them, wen!
determined setting and alternate day
laying. My hens would lay thirteen
e."1 in twenty-six davs, each, vhili
In n tin', and in that time each hen
nmhi 'eat twenty-five cents worth of
corn. Hut they did not average moro
than forty cg'.'s apie 'e for the whole
year; while their crops had to be till
ed three hundred and sixty-live times.
Now, supposing the gar.ien to have
escaped their ravagcs.and rejardiugoiir
attention to them as an aiiiiiseiiu ni.oiir
seleete 1 mongrels were not profitable.
So we abandoned our first opinion, and
consented to be taught. We How find
our poultry profitable.
Referring our readers to the rceog
ognized authorities on the recognized
varieties, we will make a few tato
nientsaud suggestions for both aiiialeiir
and proles-ional breeders. We give
four rules for the guidanco of iinu
1. Keep only one variety in tin- same
g. The largest arc not necessarily the
3. Sitters cannot bo expected to lay
ns many eggs as non-sitters; for tho
hitter liave nothing cl-e to do.
4. There is great a Ivauiage in uni
formity ol color; as the hens become
step-mothers more readily, and wid
not so quickly delect andlightanoiher
Let us now tench the amateur how
to judge a lino fowl: The body must
bo long; the breast broad; tiio legs
thort and smooth, feeling luo a kid
glove, with a clean apiic.-ir.inco; tho
neck short ; tho eyes bright ; and tho
feathers true to variety, and glossy,
which is the appearance of natural
If your gardens nro valuable and
your fence low, by all means keep tho
Asiatics; ns they can not fly liko too
lighter birds. Fowls entirely free
from Asiatic blood lay best.
In these remarks we niai.o no chum
to originality. We write to promote
tho poultry interest; and chiefly for
the benefit of the ladies, to whom wo
would say much concerning tho man
agement of their fowls, a wo knew
they would heed our instruction.
The ago of fowls claims noiicc. Too
often do breeders kill a line, sturdy
cock, to give the range to a scarcely
matured one. Ureediiig from very
young birds cannot prove Huooosstul.
Wo havo a lion doing duty, that, is
more than eleven years old. bonio
suggesdons will now bd undo to tho
(jioiillouiim! You breed lino fowls
to sell to fanciers" in tho city and
farmers in tho country. The variety
you recommend most is Urn Ply mould
1 lock -a systematically btvi! mongrel,
We, of tho farm, re piuo birds to liy
mid set well, and to row rapidly mi I
bo of lino sue lltmco your reeoiu
liiendatioi! of tho i'lyiimulhs. ilani.
fc.stly, tho strict nou tillers aro not
tho birds lor us; and wo do not all of
Us fancy tho Aiiuilos.
AN INTERESTING LETTER.
IT KINO OP A (lllATHFl!!, IIF.AUT AND (I1V1CS
IIONOIl WllKllli riONOll IS III K.
Mr. S. W. C'apps, t f (Scottsville, Macoupin
county, III., writes, under ditto of Aug. lit),
jisHO, to J)r. Hwhviio tv Son: "I sent to
you for three boxes 'Alldiealig Ointment,1
hiiTing hud the .Itching Piles tor about
twenty-three years, and have been treated
for them by eleven different doctors, and
have paid out at least five hundred dob
lnrs ves, I would be sate in saying ono
thousand dollars but never was cured of
that itching which annoyed tno almost to
death. When I became warm, piirticulurly
at night, the itching would begin, nd the
only relict was to bathe in cold water,
sometimes as often ns six or seven times in
one night. I concluded to try your Oint
ment, and have used two boxes, niiil the
result is a perfect cure, and I will say that
it is the best Ointment in the world, and
will recommend it to ono and all ns such.
Swayne's Ointment is sold by all druggists.
T.ie Word ";ent.,
Tt is a -ignifieant fact that the pre
cise del', nit. on of the word 'e-eni5' is
only to lie found in the Slan Diction
ary. "Cent" is said by ibis aiitiioril7
lo be -a contraction id' geiiilc.i.nti in
more senses than one adnv, showy,
foppi.-li mtn, with :t littie in. ml. who
vulgarizes the prevailing fashion." As
the "gent" is thus a product and rep
resentative of certain social conditions
there is a certain fitness in the word
which characterizes him. Tho Count
d'Orsiy once wittily said that "geni"
was short for (.entile. This assertion
had truth as well as wit, for (iendle,
fiom the Latin yens, has the same or
igin as a gentleman. The word "gent"
formerly did duty as an adjective, old
Engli.'.h writers using it to express
the softer qualities of tho female sex.
A "lady gent," instead of being a
lady's man or coxcomb, was an elegant
or gentle lady, proving that an elc
meut of bo flue ss is associated with the
A Kaugliter Rescued.
A Frankfort (Kv.) physician writes:
Some months ago the daughter ot one of
our prominent citizens was pronounced a
hopeless consumptive. She was very much
reduced in flesh; terrible cough, her life
gradually wasting away. I recommended
her to use -'Dr. Swayne's Compound Syrup
cf Wild Cherry," which she did. In a
short time she was tree lrom ail cougn ana
othir symptoms, and is now rosy and
healthy. Price 25 cents and $1 a bottle or
C bottles $5. The largo size is the most
economical. Prepared only ly Dr. hwsyne
k Sou. Philadelphia. Sold by druggists.
An occasional dose of "Swayne's Pills"
should be taken to keep the bowels free.
Thev are excellent for torpid liver and i-n
ious complaints. Sold by all the Cairo
J. R. Caikns, shcrifT of Lenawee Co.,
Mich., says: I have worn nn "Only Lung
Pad-' fur Rronchial difficutirs. and have
not been troubled with a cough nights
since wearing it. See Adv.
A I.ITTLK medicine of the right kind,
taken at the right time, is invaluable.
That mentis Carter's Little Liver Pills, and
take them now.
The Cairo Prices Current.
Offlfe Washington Avenue,
Ths Caibij rnir!ss-Ci-iiiir.NT I pnbllclicd every
TucKriay and Friday from the office of Tin Cairo
Bullktin, and io Intended to cive a true report of
the condition of the markut on day of publication,
and the put!ilior truMi that full and complete
quotations will be iveu Ly tbc bmlnef men of the
TEUMS. One cent per copy. On all orders of
C or more, of oanie da'.e, tho .sulwcriber'f name
Bill bo printed without estra charRe. Orders for
atra copliw mint bo received by 10 o'clock l. ..
ndav ii publicatiou.
Monday Evkmno, Dc. 27th 1880.
A keen nnith wind to day has made tho
air intensely cold and is assisting to freeze
the ground solid, condition thst it willho
In by to-morrow n. rning.
HusiiKS.s continues in n unsettled condi
tion ns regards prices on leading articles of
couunis.-ion, owing to the Hcuiniulntion of
stocks there and the demoralized condition
of the New Orleans market. This is especi
ally the stu'.e of affair r.s n gards hay.
FLOUR Easy and very quiet. Stocas
are large and the demand is small. Prices
arc nominally unchanged.
HAY Receipts are liberal and the de
mand moderate. The shaky condition of
the New Orlcaus market, makes prices
weak here, with prospect of a decline.
CORN Prices tire low and weak, but
the feeling among commission men, seems
to be that corn has found it .3 level, and will
hold steady at present quotations.
OATS The market rules steady with
moderate receipts, tair Motks and a rather
MEAL Steady (Teiiian 1 and held at
$'2.40 but dealers would nuike concessions
to clFrct large sales.
EUAN Plenty and quiet at present
r.UTTER Tho market is overstocked
and dragging. Only choice' fades are called
EGGS Tho market is .eak since the
holidays, and prices aro los r with a down
CHICKENS-Tho den nd continues
active for all receipts and prices aro firm.
TURKEYS Steady and Arm at quota
tions. APPLES Choice nro in goiH demand.
Common varieties are neglected.
POTATOES Quiet aud easy, with good
COSTIYEXESS::::::::: PIMPLES AND BLOTCIIES--
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. TUo unci; tieio ctven arc lor (alei from
flrnt hanrtB lu round lots. An advanco Is
cliurta'd for broken lot milium: order.
ano tihl. Varum 2 wrc.fi en
.no " country Inncy '
'.ski " vurloiiM griiili K ..,
4(M " chim . round lot
SK) " country fancy, round lot
l ()ri no
MO ' choko family
9 earn pi lino Timothy
J cam 1'iiod Ued Top.'
7 earn cluiicu Timothy
;l curH cuod tulxi'ii
1 cur mixed, in nrke ..
2 c:im mixed, in hulk..
4 curs whlto. in hulk. .
3 cam mixed, r. bulk.
'2 cirn mixed in bulk
1 earn, In sark
i cum cboiix lu bulk
P' d, per bu
001 bbla City
KO rai kr, delivered
'.'cars In sacks, delivered
10 0 pounds Northern roll
4oo piinuds Northuru packed
t) pounda 111 iidIh
Htt pounds choice roll
4i) pounds boutberu Illinois roll.
&J0 " sold early
3 coops live, per dnz
W pounds dieted
M " choice, dressed
9 CWitO Tfl
! coops pond mixed
i coups mixed
7 coops hens
v'5 dozen, dressed
5 eooys ducks
.1 7M&2 00
..a ij&'j w
. 'J V)
Per head. . .
5) biifheK in bulk
Perbbl 7 W
1 fiO hb choice Pen Duvu
lno hhlf 1 tie. Sups
M Ibis. Michigan ,
Per barrel 5 5& 00
venison carcars 5
Wild turkeyseach 10 CO
Qnsip, per dozen 1 on
1 1 ill f do..
Pressed hogs, choice 5
Live " " 4
Dressed, " common 4'i
Dry salt Shoulders
" Clear sides
' Clear Wb hides
9 ounce burlaps. '."i bushels..
Oat sacks, 6 bushels
Pnanrma kalundann .. i,.a...H. J " i
M IWVIlur, natlKOmilV lUUI Itar.iiHIiiiioiiitM ',f
Cholru navy ji 7
Choice medium 1 5
Cream . 1415
Calf. Green i
Drv Flint IS
Dry Salt II
Green Salt 0;;.v
Green , II
Sheep Pelts lil&io
Common LnR tt rVTJr.s to
Good lliuts , h imi(i 5 In 1
Low Leaf 5 7,v,o ll Ni
Good Leaf tl TiiKrd 7 ii)
Medium Leaf s ixr g 50
HAT ICS OF FKL'IGIIT.
Memphis .Sew Orleans Way
Grslu per Cwt 1ft els 17', els I'S'-ieli
IhivperCwl SO " oo' " 7.,rti
Flour per bb! 311 " : 4ft ns
Pork per bbl 41) " 50" t.7Si'l
STEW YOIIK STOKE,
WHOELSALE AND RETAIL.
Tho Largest Variety Stock
IN" TJIIO CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATlElt & CO.,
Cer.Nlnotocntliitrwt) PnSun Til
ComuiurcialAvenuu J vuuvj
ft (, a
CUKE YOUIJ )ACKACIIE.
And all (lleeiiscH of the Kidneys, tiliridc and
Urinary OrfiatiH by wearinK the '
Improved Excelsior Kidney-Pad
It Is a MAItVEL of HEALING and UELIKP
Simple, Sensilile, Direct, Pain
It ft;? KS where all else fails. A UEVELA
'en is: .,,,,1 u i.-vi ii 1 tii ,v i...it..in a,
hwi a.v.. 1,1 ..1 villi llir. .10.WI.
tinn or direct up, .Mention, ns opposed o un
satisfactory Internal niiilicliies. .Send for our
treatisn on Kidney troubles, sent free. Sold by
druiatlsts. or sent by until, on receipt of price, i
oJnuJlL'TUE ONLY LT'Xft PAD CO
nine Kidney Pud DETROIT,
A"K lor It ami Miehirrm
lake no other. utnigan,
Manager for the Northwest.
"Worth Its Atei(jilt In Gold
CUEES PILT5S AND EUENS
CUBES PILES AKD BURNS
CUPES PIX1CS AND BUPlsrS
CURES CI ill B
Sold by all Druggists.
Go to PAUL G. SCHUH, Druggist,
Dyes. For brightness and durability .
pounds, price 15 cents.
Mendelssohn Piano Co.
Will make, for tlio next CO days only, a Grand Offer of
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
8850 Square Grand Piano for only $245.
STYLE ' Mapr'Ulcent Itosewood case, eleirantly finished, 3 strlups 7 1-J Octaves full paUnt
ciiuliinteiiorall'es, our new patent overstriinjr K ale, beantilul carved legs and lyre heavy
serpentine and lurire fnnry moulding round case, full Iron Frame, French Grand Action, Grand Ham
mer, in fact every Improvement which can lu any way tend to the perfection of the lnetrumtntnaa
"-Our price fortbis instrument boxed and delivered on board the cars at New York (50 4 K AA
Willi line Pliiuo Cover, Stool nud Book, only V'rt). W.
This l'limo will he sent on test trial. Please send reference II you donot send money with order. Cask
sent with ordi r will be refunded and freight charge puld by us both ways if Piano I not Ju.-t aa rep
resented in this advertisement. Thousands in use. rn-nd lor Catalogue. Jvery instrument Inlly war
ranted fur live years.
"1)1 A VtjCl SIM to $H) (with Stool. Cover and Honk). All strictly First-class and sold at Whole
J J.iivJfj sale I'm lory piiees Then' l'hinos miiileoneol the finest diepli.vs at tho Centennial
Exhibition, and weie nnniiiimmsh recommended for the lliebest Honors. The
Square contain our New l'nleiit Scale, the vreatest Improvement in the history of Piano makiup. The
I'prluhts are the finest lu America. Positively we make I he fli.esl Pianos, of (he richest touc and great- '
cut diimbliiiy. Thev are n ci.nimended by the lilrhest n.usical authorities In the country. ver 14,000
In use, and not one dissiitlslied purchaser. All Piano nud Or(:iih sent on l."' days test trial freight
free If iiiis'ilisfnclorv. Don't full to write ns before Itrivinj;, Positively we oiler the uest harsaiii. Cat
alouue niiiiled free. Handsome Illustrated and Destripiive CuUloiTc f S pi cs niaileo for Uc ttanip.
Kvery Phino Inllv warmnleil for .'i venrs.
I Vn Our "Parlor Grand Jubilee Orpan." style S.'i, is the finest and swroteM toned Kced
I Mi I T I l M oiann ever ofleredlbe tnusiciil public It contains Five Octaves, Five sets Heeds,
fJ lour of i!1. Octaves each, and one of three Octave, Thirteen Stops with Grand
"ririvn Diapson. Melodlu, Viola, Hute.Celeste. Dulcet. Echo, Melodia Korle. Celestlna, Violinu, Flnte
Fnrle, Tr' niolo. Grand Oruioi and Grand-swell. Knee-Slop Ih lcbt 74 luetic: I.cnith.43 In; W idth,
I In; Welch! . boxed, :M) lbs, The case is of solid wiilnul, veneered with choice woods, and Is of ai
entirely new anil beiiiilllul design, elaborately carved, with ruli-ri! piuinels. music closet, lamp stands.
I'relwork. Kle., all elcL'iintly finished. Possesses the latest and best iniprovi nicnts. with gn at power,
depth, brilliancy ami svm'i ntlietlc (iiallty of tone. Peautiful solo i fleet and perlect stop action.
ItVeuliir rot ul I price J'.'Mi. Our wholesale net cash price to have It Introduced, with stool and book,
only JC-as one orwin sell others. Positively no deviation in price HpBnnrt nqnlrid mill von
have fully tested the oryiin it" your own home. We send nil Orrn nn IS davs test trial and pay freight
both ways If liisliinneni Is not a represented. Fullv warrant' d for 5 years. Other slyles 8 stop or
1,'iin only $ii."; (( stop". $sn: 14 stops. Sllfi. Over IW.MK1 sold, and every Orpan has plven tho fnllest sat
Isl'iicHon llliiMtrnted circular mulled tree. Factory and wiirerooms. 67th St. and lllth Ave .
niMi,rP Al I'crp a! one-Ihird price. Cataioiruc of am (l choice pieces ent for 8c 'amp. Thl
Ollliiil Jll Ollv Catalogue Includes mosi of the popular music of the day and every variety of
muslcnl composition, by the best author, Address,
MENDELSSOHN PIANO CO., P.O. box 2058, New York City.
HOOTS AND SHOES
Jlanulacliirer and dealer in Custom-made
HOOTS and SHOES.
THE Largest, ri
Finest and Neatest
stock of Custom lyffj
Made Loots and
Shoes for Itoys'and " I
Men's wear to bo j,
found lu tlio city.
No other shop can jtf$$ipy
coniparo with It. c "J
N. D. All work warranted, and UepalrlnR neatly
done on shot t notice.
VSivliili Cf Between Commercial and
JMj;illJl Ol.j WaslilnntonAve.
Cairo - Illinois.
Cures by AI1SORPTI0X (Nature's way
i TILING DISEASES,
A THROAT DISEASES.
It DK1VKS INTO tho system curative agents
aud Ii ti 1 1 ii tr niedleiiii s.
It DKAWS l'hOM the diseased parts the poisons
(list cause death .
THOUSANDS TESTIFY TO ITS VIRTUES.
You can be Relieved and Cured
Don't despair until rnn have tried this sensible,
Kasily Applied and RADICALLY E F-
K C T I At Itemedy
hold by dmcKists, or sent by mail on receipt of
price, SJ.ne, by
no;ifa1.fand'ourTHEONLY LPXG PAD CO.
book " Three DETROIT,
Sent free, iUlcnigan.
Munnyers for tho Northwest.
PRICE 50 cents and $1.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freemr.ns' New National
of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
AND O KUANS.
T"""f-1 f Tpv Yourselves liy making mon
H I I J ' I I fey when a k'nUlcu chance ll
I I 11 I I I ftl1' thereby always
XXJLJXJX keeplntft'overty from your
door. Those who alway
take advantage of the good
chances for making money that are offered, general
ly become wealthy, while those who do not Im
prove such chance remain in poverty. We want
many men, women, boys anil girl to do work for us
right In their own localities, The business will
pay more than ten times ordinary wages. We
furnish an cxpenscnslvo outfit ami all that yo
need free. No one who engages falls to make
money rapidly. You can devote your whole time
to the work, or only your spare moments. Fall
Information and all that Is needed sent free. Ad
dress STINSON CO., Fortland. Maine,
TjiOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
11 STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan Iron Works
3 OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO. ILLS.
John T. Pennie,
HAVING established his works at the above me
Honed place I better prepared than ever foi .
manufacturing Steam Knglnc and Mill Machinery. '
Having Stonin Hammer and amnle Tnoia. tha
manufacture of all kind of Machinery, lull road, I
Steamboat and ltridgo Forgingt made a sneclaltv. 1
Knnclal attention given to repairs of it tMsu4
Drus Casting ofall kinds made to Ofdei
PlpsFtllng la alllti branches.