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5 PreirtrtiHimii1!,1! 1 1 trf.pi.-al 5
Is the Best and Most
in the World.
l'or Coiuitljmtlou, IUHoushichn,
m-mlnctic, Torpid Liver, Hem
orrhoids, IiidlxpoHition, and flll
IHHOrtliTH nrlhlntf from un oy
Htrticti'd Mate of I lie styhU-m.
Ladles and cliil.lroii, aii'l thone who iJIk! (kr
taikitiK pill mill lin'iM'iMi rn il!ui m-ii. aru e-pu-ciully
plena, il with lis agreealile iaiitli:.
TKOl'Il-KKIlT I.AXATIVK may """I
In Mil l'ttSI-1 tlllit lll'l-l Hi B Hill lit pliri'lltlVU,
Mil hurtle, r aperient im-illiMuc, and while It pro
duce llic same re-mll ui lln: v'iit rmiit-.), II In
entirely free from tin- iiniul i,o).-et:"ii. imjuhiiii
Uilb.-m. I'lM-bfil In lroiiMMl 1 1 ! onlr.
Price 25 cts. Large boxes 6oc.
Sold by ai l first-class Dkucoots.
HOW 10 CKKK.
COLItS, ATlIiIA, 'R01T.
All dca"cso tin- Ttiron;, Lung aii'l Pu'.aiuiiarv
ACCOKDINC ''"' tMUECTIONS.
Allen's Luny; Iialsuii.
LK 4Li()HTIInrTwh,rt ism'I Tml,
( l.rt, b...l il"lll. I It'Tlllf .f.
Im'i fit . I, t,ti.;r, fo tiaxt. Wiiftt
I'XiW 1m I, livi tu4J, SI. Uf, Mu.
MRS. LYDIA E. PiHKKAM!
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHASVTS
Th Pt'i'iTi" Pun
For all Female Complaints.
Th it jnrfnnitlon. IU nun tiirr-ifle, e niU of
VrtfttaMe l'ni-rtlet llitt r haruil.-, tu t!w mcut del.
Ktl lnvah I. l'xin one trill the DKTlIt of thit Com
lonil will he rertijolicJ. urvli. f In I mmeilUt 1 tin
bn IU otr U runtuuml, In nlm.1? aln- ptM In hun.
rtrJ, t jw-rmturrtcun:lin !T-tlji.lhiuan'U will ti't
lify. Cft tiTouri of IU pro a mrrtt, It 1? I-Mlaj- r
mmorn'14 Wirt jrwrljT by tl Iwt hJ nirUui Id
It w'.li cure fntlnly lh wirt f irm it fulling
if lh tilfnm, IUi"irTlihfc, Irnvuljir iin'l i.uful
MMuiruAtl'iu.iilU'iTaj'lAnTri'iiMi't, InrUiiuiuitiiQ tnd
rii-i-ruin. Flixijluir, all Itii'ltrimpnt aiwl t.li cod-w-i'l'it
ipitiol wMiktiei, tin! U tii.-clall) H'l&i'teil to
ttU'Chtnirvof U.V. Il will diwilrt ul MI I tumnrt
fn i'i tl.' utTUln an wirly HA-e of dtrt'liiitw-nt. Trie
l-n4i':vy tiirtni,r')Uiiliumurilliir b chcckcil Ttry
nx-dliy l"r it .
In fft H lm prorM to b th rrftt.
t.iil brtl nimily that hat tit L"H discorer
h1. It tmvurfry jmrllonof thjtjntfia, amliflTi
iw lifcand viT. ltrrruoi faint tww .flatulency, rjt
rtrcf all craiii(f fur itimulauu. awl n licit wcUai'M
cunt nioatlr.ir, nKula'hws lifrronj Prontratlnn,
Ucral iM-UUty, U-,pl-!'nrM( Lvijsxlon aud lndV
ycMirD. That filling of Ik trlng down, causing pain,
weight and barka b", lalay (vrRiniii ntly cum) Ly
Hi uw. H will t til time , mill umli rail rircumrfan
em. ft In harmony with (he lirr thai goTimt th
For Kjilif'yCiiinr.laint. of cllhi r tl.it cornjviund
I U uMturptwd.
. lydia i. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
1 irf poml ttlU and 13 Wcti'rn Avenue. I.jr.n. Mum.
Pr.. $l.Mfc Six titll tor f '..W. i iit l.y riuullntht
form of pillt, altoln the form of ly u'iip t. on hwlj't
of price, J!."), jwr liox, f ir ettlier. Mm. 1'INliH.lH
frtly tntwcmallKtlertof lniiniry genii for piin
phU-t. AdilniwaaahiiTe .Vi-tif.on lii. jr.
No family thould be without LYPIA H l'INKn.'M'
UV'llt rilJ.H. They euro Cor..nitHitli., ilUluuwct.
andTorpiilltr of the Urer. IS cvtit iier lX.
llK IIAimSOX CO., St. Louis, Mo.
V:oV.t Airt-nl fir LYDIA E. I'lNKHAM'.S
S Y E 0 1
I'miiaturc Dcclhiv, Etc. Ktt"
Pruniituri! Df.cllne; Ci)'Kiitiiitun; iirorlth li ;
Artlunn; HUoclin from tho Liiiiuh- In idtiitiiin,
Kei-lilctirf h and Iiili'rruptcd Action nf thu Ilenrt :
Dull or Sliu'irinh Action of the Liver; DyniiupplA;
FlatiiU'tico, ami nil Wai-tmij IUhcii-uh; Weiikiiesn
Mill Tri'liiblliiR of th Liiulie, Mid Wunt of Vitality
In any Oriin, orillpciieo ciuecd tiy mch wunt of
AliE ALL srCCKSSITLLY AND ItAPIDLY
'PHKATLD UYT1I1S KK.MEDY.
riTTKra:i.u,Mis., M irch, Iht-J.
M11 Jami:s I, FRM.OWH,
.'l;t:tir Hlry-Dnv tt tho pimt two yrnir, I hnvo
ijlveii yiiiirl'otiivimml Hvrnp of llwiophotphlli'H a
I'ulr though Honniw'liAt nuvcro trlnl In tny urnrlicu,
hikI iiiii itiile to iipi'Hk wlih t'oiiflili'titcof llmfli'il.
In restoring pcrnoiiK KiillVriiitt from wniu'lnllim mul
tho (lehllliy fi;nMiiu Dlpilierlii It linn iIdih' wop.
(lnrK. I rotintunily rwomnmliil It" ll" In (ill iill'i'C
linn" of tho throat iiud lmi)jK. In Kpvurnl riiHcn
ci.nsitliTuit liiijHiiueH, It hn yivon rolliif. unci thu
imtli'iili ' fiiKt ri'covcrlnif. Amonu tlicro uro
coiiMiinp ivu ami 0I1I bronclilnl kii1ii'cI, wlnmo
liHi''MiCMwWltho othor inoili'fi of tnt
mi nt. Kor linpnir,,,! (uriitloii, anil In fact for 1I1
hlllty from 11 ny r,iHl., 1 i,ll()W l)f m,ihlnc uqlinl to
It. IK illn-UHrwt Hirimutlionlnn thu iutvomh
tVKleni, ri'mh'i" 11 Hilinhln rr tho mnjorlty or (IU
ciiHi't. I Btn, Btr, yuura truly,
WM. H. IIOWK. M. 1).
flTllo not lio ili'col veil ),y r,,,,,,,,!,,, i.r,Hit
Hlinllnr uiimii! nn o h,.r propi.,nmi It u Kiib
itltulu for till", tlliilcr any t-ireu in b t n tn un.
SOLD BY ALLDltUUUISTS.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
Alum !iml plaster of VmU, well niiwl
in wittiT iirnl uscil us :i lliick iv :it;),
form ;i linril (.'iiinjuii imi ninl also u t;.-i
I'i'. Kiiirwrp-k.il 'li-rinnn i!i;-" ii'i-!',
ili'r-hiri-s t!iut i(il!nicil wni-r tloi-.-t not
injure tlio lu-iilili. He )iiir;i.:.civ drunk
aijiiuntiiy of it liiui.i-lf.iii.il 1 Ins only
rcuu!t wit's Unit it (.'iiicil li tin of 11 giv-tni;
A ri-ccrit coiir-u' of pxpoiimonN mini.'
to ili'ii-nniiK! tho li-.-itin1' io'.vi-r of
ulimv.s ilint. olio eu!;iu fnotnf ni-'liiiury
..ixti'cn-eainlli! co;i! re.-ss will 1! -vr'o;
ht'itt units, vhi!( water -will e-ivi
only about l:;7 1, cul uui'.-i p'-r i:ii'..in loot.
'1'lu! li.'tbit of ii-ih to r.'iiii-n 10 Hi.- M.-inie
pliiin; in a rivor to Mvurni is w el! known.
It i.S assi.'fti-il thill oil oilr' !lji tin-',' kre;)
the li ft liiiml of the biiiil,, mul Hint 011
tlieir return they take the ojijiosiK- -i'li-.
rislicnncn, take a'tvnnlao-o of tlii-i fad.
Oy-ter-.pawn whi n thrown oil' bv the
mother soim seeks some eh-un shell op
rr:ivi-I on which to. fusion or
This is why new rroiiinl for o! 'i-
tiet-il.s to be coven-il willi clean shells or
stones. Oy-t.i-r-'.iau n will not -ef
on mini or niuihly. 'lirty. or i-:'e: ;ii-.'-tep,
even if on j-hVlls. 'lleiiei: v!ie!!s an-inui-li
in ili-iiiaml for ijr.'i;vi: new
A erv sv.i.-ci'fi.ful CAi'MM-ii-i'-nt with a
'uw was lately
:t!ii. The en
a reservoir of
I'.oaeii v. With
i:e!e in V
jw'umls j, 1
-;i'-i ii ii. i
-T.I l-l. s.
l oiier at onitlioii-aml
1 n Martin;.'.' a run of
niaiie at a fair ra" of
are the ailvantau'es of
lie- ''"tTb-il air" for si rent railways.
! m.'.-ii Is, etc., that an early adoption of
this i ia.ss of motors in many localities:
is aii-uinely cxj'cct.oi.
A new ami !iiinp-n:!y inot valuab!
lin tiioil of ire,-i-r i;:' raw meat, di-eov-
reil by I'rofc"or Ar.imlni of Flnrenee,
aiel paix nti-'l in this (.-ouritry, jiroinisej
to ha'o a irreat rfl-.-ct on our markets
A'vonliiiL' to a rei-oi-t by I'rofes-oH
liarfl ami Mills of the liiii;"w I'niier
ity, aipl Sti.-ven-oii of duy's ILi-jii-tal,
meat six months ohl was foutoi to
be perfectly .snuiel aipl wnl, the inus-c-ular
tlbre'uni-hancil. ami the nutritive
iiroiierties iiniiiiiiairc'l. Thf mati rial
fU j 1 1 1c - I is mi' l to bo
e-s c.en-n e
than salt, ami not only whiiCsoine, but
plea-ant to the ta-te.
1 or the brii.iant white
cp.-inie of '.on
niiplieil to car-is tt:'., tin;
inula is '-iven i.u '
wldte ami f-r al! ia'e ami "delicate
t.h ail.? take I'Vi-nty-four .aits by wci'iit
of jiarratine and add tliei-.'io one hun
dred parts of pure kaolin (China day),
very dry. and red-;ci ! to a line powder.
Il- fore nihlii.: with ihe kaolin the par
plVui" iii'i-t b..- heatrd to a fii'inq: point.
Let the nil!iire cod. and ii ill form a
liOiiio-ecneous ma-s, whi -Ii is to be re-itnc.-d
to jiov d-r and worked into a
Hi a p:'.ni;-:ii.ii witn warm water.
th'- 1 na:n-l r.-adv for apn
It illl be ti
A very slight
th" r.iiiiiine; tl
im-!:- .,-r ml!
clevky Sllllic-'S to rrive
ioll to water. 'J hrei
in a :iio..i!i, straight
t-!,:;ti:if. ,vp a vcpx-.ty t anout larct
miles a:i hour, 'l'he (Hune, which
pat!;.-:- tic Maters of the liimalaya
imiinitaiti.1--. the loftiest in the world, is.
1 f 1 miles from its month, only :oo f,-,..
abnvi; the level of th" s.-a, and to fall
iloo f.-ot in its Ini) course the water re
uire more than a ni'it li. Ti.e e-reat
river rrtcdali-ria. in Suiitii America,
l-nnniii"; tor l..i') miles between two
ridp'-s of the Andes, fulls only Am feet
in all that distance; above the di-tancu
of l,o"0 miles it is siA'ii ih soendinj in
rapids and catanp ts from the moun
tain. The cipantic lt'iode la l'h.'-.t has
io pentle a ih-sci-nt to the ocean that in
I'arapiay, 1,.V.0 miles from its mouth,
lai'ov ships are set-n which have sailed
against the current all the way by the
force of the wind alone-that is to -ay,
which, on the beautiful inclined plane
of tlie .stream, have been gradually lift
ed by the soft wind, and even npaint
the current, to an elevation greater t.iau
cur loftie-t pines.
ltd) in", Piles Symptom and Cure.
The gyinptoms are moisture. like pers
piration, intense itcliintr, iiurciised by
scraichiii":. very dislrcssin;,', particularly at
ni'ht, as it pin worms were erawliii"; in ami
about the rectum; the private parts arc
sometimes aiiVctcd; if allowed to continue,
veiv serious results may follow. Dr.
Swiiynes All-lIoaliiir Ointment is a pleas
ant Mire cure. Also, fur Tetter, Itch. Salt
Kheum, Scald Head, Erysipelas, liaiber's
Itch, Blotches, all Scaly (.'nty Cutaneous
Eruptions. Price "iO cents, II boxes for if
Sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price in currency or three cent postage
stamps. Prepared only by Dr. Swayr.e it
Son, 3:!0 North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. Sold by all prominent druggists in
Cairo mul elsewhere.
Swayne's Pills are the b"st for all bil
ious disorders. They ward off Chills and
James Pearson, L'8 Sixth Street, Piutl'iilo,
says; I luvo used your Spring Dlussom
for myself and family, and think it inval
uable, as a household remedy, for regulat
ing the bowels, liver and kidneys. 1 shall
never be without it. Price .)0 cents, trial
bottles l'O cents.
Mrs. Winsi.ow's Sootiuno Syiut Rev.
Sylvnnus Cobb thus writes in life Boston
t-'lnistian Freeman : "Wo would by no
moiiim recommend any kind of medicine
which wo did not know to be good par
ticularly tor inf,mts. Hut of Sirs. Wins
low a Soothing Syrup wo speak from
knowledge; in our own family, it has prov
ed a bleiisim,' indeed, bv giving an infant
troubled with colic pain's, (lHj,,t .op, and
the parents unbroken rest at night. Host
parents can appreciate) tliuHo blessings.
Hern is nn article which works to perfection,
and which is harmless ;l'or the (deep which it
affords the infant is perleetly natural, and
the littlo cherub awakes M "bright as a
button." And during the procoss of teeth
ing, its vuhio i incalculable. Wo IW0
frequently henrd mothers say that they
would not be without it from the i,), f
the child till it Imd fmished with the teeth
ing sitve, on nny consideration whatever.
Hold by nil ikitL'gists. Twenty-five cents a
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNJNO, JANUARY 5, 1881.
English Ooffoo Taverns.
Statements which arc mado at tho re
cent annual meeting of the Colfeo
Tavern Company, in London, show that
this movement for providing the work
ing classes with innocent and healthful
places of resort, is proving a very great
Mieeess. Tho operations of the society
during the year have more than doub
led. Eight 'new houses have been open
ed, nnd niu.-iu licenses have, been appli
ed for by eleven of tha tayrns, and
granted to live. In an address at the
meetine;, Lord Derby remarked that a
collee-housc company had been set up
in Liverpool within tin last t wo or threo
years, and thai a few months ago,
'thinking to give it, a "lift,"1 he deter
mined to buy some of the .shares, but
discovered, to his surprise, that, there
were none to be bad. The enterprise,
which was started with a benevolent
purpose, had become not only self-nii-.iaiiiin;.:
but pnnitable, and the
shares .Mood at a high premium. At
Manclie-tiT and some other places,
there had been a .-.ini'ilar sueivsi. Lord
Derby expressed his opinion that people
shoul I have their choice as to what
they would drink ; but. hitherto, there
hiel been but cry few place where a
man could get a cheap cup of anything
but that which wouid make him drunk,
and the workinpmnii Usually has had
to drink beer or n thirty. The coll'ec
taverns gratify the social instinct and
ailord pica-ani places of resort, ami the
extent to which their pati-oiiage has de
veloped iVhows how much they were
Iii'i-ded. JjijsIuii luuriinl.
The Politeness of Our Forefathers.
Not long since, whilst turning over
the dusty contents of a box of books
labeled "all at fid.," my attention was
drawn to a rusty little P.'mo bound in
well-worn sheepskins. A short exam
ination showed it was coinpl'-le, and for
the small sum of 0 pence I became the
possessor of a literary treasure whh h
lias since afforded me much gra.tillea
tion and amusement: '-The Kuh-s of
Civility; or Certain ways of Deport
ment Observed in France amongst All
Persons of Quality upon Several Oc
casions, Translated out of French,"
Such is the title of the work which ha.s
brought up his train of ideas, and his
perusal goes far to convince me that
our ancestors were not to be envied.
Of the' instructions given for behavior
at the table, the following are the most
curious of those that are lit for general
In eating, observe that your hands be
clean: feed not with both your hands,
nor keep your knife in your hand: din
not your lingers in your sauce, nor lick
when you have done, wipe your mouth,
and keep your spoon clean. Gnaw not
bones nor handle dogs, nor sprawl upon
the floor; and if you have occasion to
sneeze' or cough, take your hat, or put
your napkin before your face. Drink
not with your mouth full nor unwiped,
nor so long till you are forced to breathe
in the gla-s. Ik- must have a care Ids
hand be not first in the dish, unless he
be desired to help his neighbors. If
you be carv'd "lis but civil to accept
"whatever is offered, pulling off your
hat still when it is done by a superior.
To give anything from your own plate
to another to cat of though he be an in
ferior, savors of arrogance, much less
an api'le or a pear that hath been bit by
you before. Have a care likewise of
blowing froth from off a cup, or any
du-t from roasted apple or a toast; for
the proverb saith; There is no wind,
but there is sonie rain."' We are to
wipe our spoon every time we put it in
to the dish: some people being so deli
cate, they will not cat after a man has
cat with his spoon and not wiped it.
When dinner is going up to any noble
man's table where you are a stranger,
or of inferior ;uullty, 'tis civil and good
manners to be uncovered. If it so
happens that you be alone together
with a person of ijuality, and the caudle
be snuil'ed, you must do it with the
snuffers, not with your lingers, and
that neatly and quick, lest the persou
of honor ho oileuded with the sine 11.
Vow VC Ahh'ijimri).
What a luxury it must be, to some
people, to grumble. Hob the-in of that
luxury, and life seems barely endurable.
You might ns well obliterate from sight
the green and velvety coat of Nature.
They i""l grumble, ('rumbling is n
constitutional necessity with them. It
is a jxirt, and an important part, ol
their organization. They grumble ns
naturally and as inevitably as they cat
and drink. Indeed, they might, per
force, dispenc o for a time with those
interesting table performances; but to
tal abstinence from grumbling, to a
regular grumbler, is just as possible as
total abstinence from water to a tish.
And. goodness knows! life furnishes
sufficient, material for fault-tinding.
The least querulous Iiud it dllicult at
all times to be amiable amid the per
vorseness id events, and the counter
cuvrent.s ef all little things that should
move on in unity and harmoniously.
Amid such a state of things the mor
bidly dissatisfied may easily revel in
the expression of their discontentment;
and to do them justice, they seldom
lose an opportunity. In domestic life,
the conduct of servants is a theme,
alone, of endless complaint. The
greatest plague in life,"' as servants are
cidled. occasion, too, the grandest varie
ty of these little outbur-i of the gruml)
l'ing propensity. Hut. after all, it is our
impression that good employers make
good servants, and fire arm. May
not all grumbling, therefore,- arise as
much from the grumbler's evil habits as
from the evil characters of the person
... .... i i i . t . 1.11...
of llung grunioieu an ii "iim o"
unit as well for ns to contemplate, now
1 , . . ., !...!. t . 1. , I i.,.l
iiini I ion. i as view ui me i u';.suun, o"-
There arc six moss factories in New
Orleans and vicinity. All the moss
pinned is shipped abroad, as the furni
ture manufacturers do not buy it gin
ned, preferring to pick and clean it
themselves. The total amount paid for
the rough moss by the pinners, uphol
sterers, and mattress-makers of the city
is abovo t;oUO,l)oO per year.
The London Economist estimates that
Urn immigrants to this country in lssi)
bring with them Sljn.WO.OOU in specie,
while the average, value to the I niled
Mates of each person in adding to the
productive resources of the country o
Win. so that, the number landing in
lMMil constitute an actual and potential
addition to ihe wealth of the country of
&UH.1, 1)00, out).
The Weekly Bulletin.
Tin-: cv, i ko
PUBLISHED ON MONDAY
cunta in ini
KOIiTY -EIGHT COLUMNS
The Weekly Bulletin.
Notice is herein' ulvcn, Hint on SMnnlnv. the lr.th
rluv of Jiitnmry ni-iil, between tho )miirt of 10
o'clock in the forenoon ami 5 o'clock In tho nfter
nooii of Hiild (tny, at the lute farm residence of
Isiioc W'aliler, dcceaacil. In towndilp 17 S. 1. 3
west, 111 Alexander and etnto of Illinois, the pcr
onal properly of said deceased, consisting of
liori'ic mule, cuttle, hogi, farmlnc Implement
and machinery of various kinds, lioiipeliuld anil
kitchen furniture about 2.000 lmtliclg of corn,
nhoiil SI acre of crowing wheat and ottar article
villi he Hold at public tale.
TEHMS OK SALE : Burchaupt of low than fWc
dollar to bu paid in hand; for that amount anil
over, en n cred t of nltiu month, the purchaser
giving note, with approved cecurliv,
1-KL1TZA WAI.M-:H. Administratrix.
Cairo, 111 luols,tiuctmberv!ll. isso.
l'hereac Thomas J Shore and SuPiin A. Shore,
hi wife, did on the first day ol December, 1ST4, by
their certain tale mortgage, duly recorded In the
recorder othYo of Alexander enmity. In volume
"Z," tinge 4il. mortgage, and Hell to the under
tignen. lot numbered twenty Ave (!.'0 anil twenty
nix c.'ij in block numbered one (11. In the third ad
dition lo the city of Cairo, Illinois, to secure the
payment of a certain promlsory note in said mort
cage described. Now, therefore, depuilt having,
been mnileln the pavment of said note, I will un
deriindby virtue of the power of salo In sunt
mortgage contained, sell
ON JIOM)AY..IANrAI(Y i!4. lSs(l,
at the hour of '.' o'clock In the al'iertioon of said
''iv, at tho westerly door of tho court house. In
said Alexander county, at palilic vendue to '.ho
highest bidder for cash In hand, together with all
right and e(iilty of redemption of tlie said mort
gagors, llieli heirs and asa'gns therein, the prop
erly nboio described, to satisfy said note, Interest
PATH 10 K roi'E, Mortgagee.
Oiiki.n Si 0'ti.iiniiT, Attorney 6,
Cure Youis Tackache.
And all fllscases of the Kidniys, Bladder and
t'rinary Organs hy wtuilngthe
liupiovcd Excelsior Kidney-Pail
It is & MAKVEL of HEALING and KELIEP
Simple, Sensible, Direct, rain
It fine KS where ail else fulls. A ItEVELA
TION ami UKVOLI'TION In .Medicine. Absorp
tion or direct ap;.licf.lon, as opposed 'o tin
satisfactory Inteinul medieli.e.i. Send for our
treatise ou Kidney troulilcs, sent free. Sold by
druggist, or sent b'y mail, on receipt of prkc, Si
Originaiandgen.THE ONLY LI'XG PAD CO
Hiue Kidney I'ad UilnUH,
Ask for It and
Managers for the Northwest
Worth Its Wlkjht Ix Gold
cujm:s piltlS and i3t;Bjsrs
CUBES PILES AKJ)
CUBES P IJLES AK D BU RNS
Co to PAUL G. SCIIITI, Dru'ist,
Dyes. Eor brightness and durability
pounds, price 15 cents.
Mendelssohn Piano Co.
Will make, for the next 60 days only, a Grand Offer of
PIANOS AND OEGANS.
So'iiO Square Grand Piano for only 82-15.
STYLT' "unitlcent lloscwood case, elcpantly finished, 3 strings 7 1-3 Octaves (till patent
xxi '-' caiiiamenararies, our new patent overstrung scale, beautiful carved legs and li re heavy
serpentine and large fumy moulding round case, full Iron Frame, French Grand Action. Orio'i d Hum
mers, in fact every improvement which can In any way tend to the perfection of the Insn iiDient has
trOur price for this Instrument boxed and dellTered on board the cars at New York C'O f AA
Willi line Piano Cover. Stool and Hook, only P.T'),Vu.
This Pmuo will he sent on test trial. Please send reference l yon do not Bend money It h otiu r. t'oh
sect with orih r will be refunded and freight (barges paid by us both ways If Piano is not Jiut us rep
resented in this advertisement. Thousands in use. hind for I'Muloguu. Jiyery Ii.stitilnuil lliliy war
ranted for five veins.
1)1 IViO to SKOiwith Stool. Cover and Hook). All strictlv Flrst-cliiss and sold ai Whole
J Li-.l lfj fft'tl ''""'ory Piieea Theseplanos mudeone ol the tlnest displins at the liTiteMilal
Exhibition, and wero tiniinlmoiisly recoinmeiidi d for the Iiiglu'st Hoi urs. The
Squares contain our New Patent Scale, the greatest Improvement In the history of Piano mak'rg. The
I prighta arelhe tinest in America. Positively we make the Br est Pianos, of the richest tone i.iiil great
est duiablUly. They are recommended hy the highest musical authorltle in theceiiiittv. her 140
in use, and not one dissatisfied pnrchaser. All Pianos and Orguim sent on 1.'. (lavs test tria'-freight
Iree it unsatisfactory. Don't fall to write ns before having. Positively we oiler the m st bnrgun s. Cut
alogiie mailed free. Handsome Illustrated ai d Descriptive C'ataleute el Js pugi. p Hlli0 It r :k stamp.
t. very Piano futlv warranted for 6 years.
Apri 1 T'n Our "Parlor Grant! Jubilee Organ," style!).'., is the finest and swre'cM ti lid llced
17 JU UTixlA O organ ever oflered the musical pnbllc. It Contains l iv.- Cctnves. Five sets Heeds,
lour or S', Octaves each, and ouo of Ihree Octaves, Thirteen Sn j. wiih Grand
I'rgati Diapsnn, Melodla. Viola. Htile.t eleste. Dulcet, Echo, Meloola Forte. 1 ilestlnn, Molina. Fliite
Forte, Tri molo, Grand-Organ ami Grand-swell, Knee-Stops IKIght 74 Inches: Length, 4:1 In' Width
-.4 In; Weight, boxed, 'M lb. The case Is of solid walnut, veneeod willi choice woods, and 'is of an
entirely new and heatililul design, elaborately carved, with raised pannels, music closet, lamp stands
fretwork. Etc., all elegantly finished. Possesses tho latest and best improvements, with gnat Power
depth, brilliancy and sympathetic quality of tone. Peiuititul solo ifeel and perfect stop action
HoL'Uinr retail price $-.'So. Our wholesale net cash price to have It Introduced, with stool ai d bi ok.
only !, as one organ sells others. Positively no deviation In price Nopainient rri.tiln d null ion
have lully tested the orgnu in your own home. We send nil Organs on 15 days test trial and rav freight
both ways If instrument Is not as represented. Fully warrant, d for 5 years. Other sulei-h'ston or
gan only BS; 9 stop.. JS.1: 14 stops. $115. Uwt 3J.MH) sold, and every Organ ha (liven the fullest m.
Isfactton. Illustrated circular mailed tteo. Factory and wareroonis. B7lh St. andldth Ave
STl EET M 1 TS IP; ?n,t! lhir'1 u,ri(',e- I'Ktaiogue of 3iK 0 choice pieces sent for 8c stamp. Thia
OJlUli X Ail yOlJ Catalogue includes most of the popular music of the day and every -variety
musical composition, by the best authors, Address, ' 1
3IENDEISS0IIN ITAX0 CO., P.O. box 2038, New York City.
GRAY'S SI'F.CIKIC MKDICINK,
TRADE Mark. The Great English TRADE MARK
Uemedv, an tin-
falling cure for
Sperm at orrhoea,
Impotenry. and all
diseases that fol
low as a conse
ntieuco of self
n e m i-i anuse ns loss oias
Kntnra TdVlnir its-
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lassitude, pair 'n the back. dlm-AfM, r0Vin
lies ofvislou. tireniatnre old aL").alt0 4luLulB
w M.uA.b. infill, H uiiivvii.nl
aud many other diseases that lead to ltfsanltyor
consumption aud a premature grave.
Full particulars In our pamplilet. which wo de
sire to send free by mall to every one. The spe
cific medicine Is sold bv all driigglsls at Jl per
package, six for f !, or w 111 bo sent, Iree by tnall on
receipt of tho monicy hy addressing TTIK GltAY
MEDICINE CO., No.S Mechanic block, Detroit
Mich. Sold in Cairo by llarclay Uros., Paul U
Schtih and Geo. E. O'llara.
5 Ontfll sent free to those who wish to en
gage in the most pleasnnt and profitable
business known, Everylhlnu new.
Capital not required. We will furnish
everything. $Ulft day and upwards Is yet
easily mado without staying nwav from
homo over night, No risk whatever. Many new
work"is wanted at once. Many am making fort
unes t thu business. Ladle uiako as much as
men, jtid youiib hoys nnd girl mime great pay. No
one who Is willing to work falls to make morn
money every day than can ho made In a week at any
oilier employment. Those who engage at oueu
will find a short road to fortune. Addren II.
IIALLETT A CO., Portland Mulue.
. Mt-, . , fH
('tit I - M Itlt.l, , KXIIIII
Cures hy AliSOHPTION (Xatore'u way '
A 11 LUNG DISEASES,
A I THROAT DISEASES.
It OUIVl'.S INTO the system curative ngenti
and hi-allng nieillcines.
ItOliAWS 1-1 toil theriisfand pans the potfona
that cause death.
THOUSANDS TLST1FYTO ITS VIHTfEs.
You can be Relieved and Cured
Don't despair until yon have tried this sensible
tinUy Applied and
H A 1) I t A L L Y E F-
E 0 T r
Sold by druggists, or si nt by trail on
mon!lfnd oi'irTlIEONEY Ll'NO PAD CO.
book 'Three DETROIT,
.Mlilionsaear ' -M;,i,!n
Sent free, Michigan.
Manager for the Northwest.
nl'TS AND 1)
UTS AND j
PRICE 51) cents and SI. 00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. En u.r.ns' New National
of color roe iimqiir.litii. Color Ik m to 5
Yourselves liv maklnirmon.
ey w hi u a golden chauca la
offered, thereby alwayt
Keeping poverty from your
door. Thoso who alwaya
take advnntttui, nf fh
chances for making money that are offered, general
ly become wealthy, while those who Id not Im
prove such chances remuln I u.. poverty. We want
many men, women, boys and girls to do work for ns
right In their own localities, Tho buttaest will
Pay more than ten timet ordinary wages. Wo
rurnlsh an espensenslve outfit and all that you
need free. No one who eiigagea falls to make
money rapidly. You can devote your whole time
to thu work, or only your spare moments, Full
Information and all that I needed sent frco, Ad
dress ST1NSUN it CO.. Portland, llame.
"T10UNDBY, machine shop and
A STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan Iron Works
93 OHIO LEVER CAIRO. II JA
John T. Bennie,
HAVING established his works at th aboye men
tinned place Is better prepared than ever for
nianiifactnrlng Steam Engines and Mill Machinery. ;
Having a Steam Hammer anil ample Toolt, the 1
manufacture, or all kinds of Machinery, ltIIrad,
Steamboat, and Prlilgo Forgluga made a epccialty.
Especial attention given to repairs of Al Mntf and
Brass Castings of all kind made to ordei
PlpoKttlujr in all its brauchus . , . .
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