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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 7, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Ir(lfioiuM,'1T y Ironical ' j
7. fru.U Aj ''! I'UuU. S
Is the Best and Most
in the World.
For Constipation, iiiUoiiHiK-MH,
lltadaclif, Torpid Mut, Hciii
orrhoidf, ItidlMpohltloii, and all
DUoriU-rsi itrisiliitf from an ol.
Htructi-d Mute of Ilie n utem.
1-adle and children, and thoao who dislike
UkniK il t Im iiml tinnKiMiiiH tin-illi-lin-.. are eii,--dully
1 HJw il Willi its iigreml.le iinlitle.
TKOPK'-FIUIT I.AXATIVK may h naed
ID llll HM'H tllltt lll'Sll (III 111' I f H llriIHll V,
cathartic, nr uorieiii uieilii-iue, ami while it pro
duce, tin' nun. i n-fiiilt u.i il ii K" i t h i, HiiiHi,n in
entirely free frurn tin usual oi,jr.i-tnn roui muii
tullii in. I'lukeil Inlirtinwd tin Iwinonli,
Price 25 cts. Large boxes 60c.
Sold ly all first-class Dkuocms.
how to cl ue.
CONS LTM l'TION, Co UG I IS,
(OLIS, ASTHMA, (IKMY.
All disease of the Throw, Lm.js and f u.mor.arv
USE ACCORDING nilUXTIO.N.
Allen's Lung Ralsain.
If Mil I ImU 1 ' ' " f"j. iimrnr ii-
'r uw i" tu.n. trow
li.ni Im. rMtlV.leaU, bul ktA, it. Utn,
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAMJ
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Trio Vo.tfre Cnr
For all Female Complaints.
Thui prt.rti'.n, a lit n.-n altrnifV, enruuts of
Vegetal..' I'r .a-rtie thai are hartiii. to ibo moat dd
leal.. InvaUl. Vpun on trial tb uterus of tan Com
p-junit will ! rev.ajnlied, aa relief U trame-liata i ani
when luiueslac.jiitinue.1, In ninety ntnrajf In a han.
dr.d,rmrrilcyrel"cfT-'il,a.tho,i,ard. will t
Ufy. On aernont of l! ljr'.ren merit. It In t.. rx
eommenPt aud jmar-rib. 1 hy the L-it (l.vii.m,, la
It will euro entirely tlw .rt form rf fulling
of the utri, I v-orrhea, Imgular and iinful
IT. ribtrualon,110rarlanTrit.H-a, Inflanmuitl'.n an1
1"1. f rt.. n, Klo.altii.-a, til H.;Urmrou and the fun
v iu. nt iti.al weakn.-., and la eeis-tally adfttef1 14
the Change, nf Ijfe. It will iliio.lr and e i. tumort
fro.11 the uOnutnan earl taitu of development. The
b-ni'-tiey tor-aticrrouahuuiuri there ti cheekcl Tery
RlM4iJy hy lt w.
In frt It h t.riTw to t th greu.
rat and leat n moty tint hu trtr been lUarotcr
4 It ivnmtt ererjr tirt..n of Uie ayau-m. and
new ll'eanlrliTor. ltP'raoveafnintnraa.fUtulrry'y, rl
rtroyiallrnmn for attniulaJjU, n 1 jvlleiea wikneai
of tba itoniarh
, run MoatlriK, neaiW-hea, Nerroua otratnn,
0nrnl tX'lilUty.Sterph-anw I f rraaton and Indl
(eatiuD. T!it fn Unir of Ix-Artlitf down, roliig faUn,
weight ktvl barkiwrie, taalwayappraam ntly cured hy
Itatue. It wlllat alltlnieH. anduDih rall rlrrumiUn
em. art In harmony with the la" that fc-ovrrui the
For KiilyColuilaintof rllher ki thl connuund
Lydia i. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la iirrpivred at and fZ Weat4.n1 Arentie, Lynn. YnA
I'rlc ! (C. S:i b-ittki fur (vCO. Bent hy mail UUhe
f.irm of i.ill, alao In the form of , . nirm, im rw li
of nre, fi.ijo, per hoi, fur elthiT. Dn. HNKHASI
f rwly ainwartall Mtimof inqnlry. rnd for aiu
(tik't. A'l.lmtiaaliOT .Vmliun Itn r,
No family nhoiilrt lie without LYI'IA K. I'lSKIUM'
UV".H rilJ.H. Tory cure C'on.tltl..n. liiijjuj.v!
andTomullty of the Urer. SJ cent ler b-jX.
KICIIAHDSOX A: CO., St. I.uis, Mo.
Who!-,,:,, n-nil frr LYDIA 1". I'INKllAM'S
s y b u p
Premature Incline. Etc. Etc
I'rumnliiM Decline; Co-ieu,,,,,,!,,,, . lrorllllU.
AKtlitim; Uli'iMlInt; from thu LunKa lai pi t ivtlt.n,
Kcrlilonc'K ami luterrnptud Ac.llon or tu,
Dull or Sliniuih Action nftlii) Liver; liyi,.hu!
I'Mftttilenco, hiiiI itll Waatlnif, Dlen-; WenUiu,H
ml Tri'mbllnKof lli LIiiiIih, uml Wuut of Viti,i,ly
In any (iriin, tirillfcmo caiiocd by nicli wnt f
AUK ALL Sl C'CKSSFl'LLY AND ItAl'IDLY
T It K AT HI) 11YTI118 11EMEDY.
I'n-rsfiKi.i), Mb., M rch, Wi.
Mil. Jauku I. I''ki t.ii,
Denr hlr, Diir nit thu irtt (wo yir, I Imvo
Itlveii your ('oiiiiiiiiiit Hvriip of ll'Jinplinpliltr n
fnlr tliiniizli anim'.wli.tt nov-rii trlnl In my uritr.tlru,
anil nin nhlo to apenk with conllilclire of it ra ollVcta.
In r-HtnrltiK peraiiiiN aull'-rltiit from emuclHtloii Hint
til" ilelilllly finlnwlim Dlpllierlil II liil lloim Won
(lor. 1 riiticiniiily ruoiiniinmiil lt ttau In nil ail'ec-
tlniiij or tho tbruHt 11ml limit, In novernl rna-u
cniiililiireil liiitieleea.lt hit ivi'n riillff. rind tlm
piUUMiia urn rt recoverllilf. Alllulii; lli-ioi nr,i
eoncimip Ivii anil tilil limiiclilul milifvciu, wIiuhu
ilet hil reaiatml ttio nthiT nuiil-a. 0f treat
melit. K'f li"l'ulri'tl dlijeatlon.BiKl In furl for tin
lillltv from any emiao, 1 know nt nnthlnu (tniitl to
II. It (llroct. .Il-it lntrcmtheiiliiK tlm tiorvnu
HVttll, ri'll'tiT" It ailllnlili) fro till' majority of ills.
(MM. I linii "lr, your truly, '
WM.8. IIOWR.M. 1).
fjrlln tint Im rlenolvil hy remmlle l,er,Nir n
elmllitr iiitmi'! nci otlmr prppnratlnn I a nub.
Utulo for Ihl. lltiilorany iirctimtnnrc.
BOLD DY ALLPItl'UUlSTS.
ITEMS OF KTEEEST.
Sara Miicn, tbo once wdll-kiown Eng
lish pupiliHt, is knepino: a Inrgo liot'-'l i
Mi'lboiinio. Ho is Hiiiil to lutvt) become
a "inodi'l morul nmn," an i.-i, more
over, making money fust. I
Capt. Stone arrived at Moundvillo.W.
Va., thirty-livo yearj no, nnlili'il thero
and jilnnted two seed, ruiiarking to
hiH (uiiiily that Jio would like to raise
Lin own collin. One of tlurfti seeds ilied
but tlio otlier flourislied and wuw.
From a KLoot it became a Balding and
Lnaliy a line tree. About ei'liteen
months ago it was blown down in a se
vere wintl-Btorm. lie lntj it cut into
lumber and Bent U a Pittburr, L'a.,
lirm. In a short timo it was returned
to him in the shai)e of a beautiful collin,
In which ho was recently buried.
At the Winter Palace in St. Peters
burg there is a room full of diamonds,
pearls, and other precious stones. An
KinpresB of Russia is allowed to borrow
from this room after fdvlng a receipt
for what sho Dikes, and generally the
(irand Duchesses are allowed to borrow
from it also. "I remember," says M.
Lnboucbere, "once going into the room
with a French diplomatic lady. She
beat a baty retreat after one kuice
around, for she felt that, if she clayed,
her principles would succumb to her
admiration, anil that she would try to
fcteal home of the contents."
At Harvard college, students consume
a great deal of milk and of bread, with
much oatmeal and cracked wheat for
breakfast. There is comparatively lit
tle coffee used. Oyster soup is a frjeat
favorite for dinner, requiring fourteen
gallons of oysters for seventy-live gal
Ions of soup. Celery, too, is a favorite
at dinner, nearly three hundred bunches
bcinjr ued daily. The boys also like a
denty of ice-cream and very many ap
iles and cranes. Ueef-steak is lartreiv
consumed at breakfast ami roast beef at
dinner. Scrambled egs disappear rap
idly at breakfast time.
There was considerable circumstan
tial evidence that John Shufelt murder
ed his wifu at North Egromont, Mas.
She disappeared very mysteriously, af
ter living very unhappily with him. A
track was found that looked as though
it had been made by dragging a body
from tho house V) a lake near by; an
old boat was di-eovered concealed in
some bushes, and it was believed that
Shufelt had sunk the remains in the
water. The lake was persistently drag
ged, but the woman was not produced,
and the husband was necessarily dis
charged from cu.-tody. Suspicion clung
to him, however, only to be dispelled
Iv the positive proof that Mrs. Shufelt
eloped, and is still living.
The census of Vermont, complete,
eliows the population to be 3:i'2,XC,
which is less by 2.1'JC than w:us reported
some months ago. This takes away
more than half the supposed increase
in ten years. It now appears that the
gain from census to census was only
half of 1 per cent. The number of
males has increased more than twice as
much as tho number of females, the
sexes Wing very evenly divided, as
there are 'j'Jl females to every
males. The native population "has in
creased, and the foreign-born residents
have decreased. There are now less
than 41. J foreigners in Vermont. 'or
only a little more than V2 iter cent. The
colored people number but 1,043, nf
whom clcvcu only are Indians and half-breed-.
A curious incident occurred in Paris
in the omrse of the recent proceedings
again -t the religious orders. As the
commissary of police was about to put
tl.e f cals on tlie doors oi the Dominic
an. chapel, the superior, Father Jouin,
remarked to him that there were al
ready some seals on the doors. "I beg
of you," he said, "Monsieur leCon.inis
haiVw. not to destroy those seals. They
are bi.-turical, being those which were
allixed by the men of the commune in
.71. W'e have carefully preserved
I hem as a souvenir of those trying times.
I suould be obliged if you would not de
al roy them and place "yours on the side
of them." M. lulac acceded to the do
pire, and tho two seali are now sido by
John Edward Gilo, a graduate of
Union College, married a Schenectady
girl, entered the ministry, became pas
tor of a church on Long Island. Ho
Mailed one dav to cross the sound in an
open boat. The crift wa.s found cap
sized, and the clergyman wa.s missing.
The belief was, of 'course, that he was
drowned. This happened in 1819. The
widow married a?ain, and now lives in
Schenectady as Mrs, Lyons. A recent
item told of a colporteur dying in a
barn at Niskavuna with .20,'(Xi in his
Mickct. He turns out to be the long-
o.st hu.b:ind of Mrs. Lvous. It is sup
posed that he wandered oil while in
sane, and that when he returned, to
find his wife married again, he decided
not to disturb her. The money has not
It is rare, writes a Paris correspond
ent, for French brides to shed tears;
but Mllo. Samary, the actress, did, at
her recent marriage with M. Paul La
garde, the only son of a rich stock
broker. The pulpit stairs, and even tho
pulpit of the Madeleine, were tilled with
pretty actresses, who crowded to seo tho
bride. She entered leaning on the arm
of her father, tho violoncellist Samary,
and was beautifully dressed in ivory
satin and orange blossoms. Mile. Par
retta, in an opal blue and silver toilette,
was bridesmaid. None of tho bride
groom's family was present. In tho
sacristy tho wholo company of Uio The
atre Fruncais defiled beforo tho bride,
whom the actresses embraced, and tho
uotors saluted by kissing her hand.
Py the departure of the Carthusians,
i ranee win lose, some SJoO.lKH) a year
in the simp,. f,f ik,enw, Clitics, which
tho fathers paid on their celebrated
h.jior ' manufm-iurtH) jn qunntitka
at La (.range C'harteuse, near Grenoble.
J he order at one limo mvm,a a vast
amount of property . itl 1ul.is , lho
neighborhood of the Uixombourg-a
jiroperty which, it is said, was obtained
liy a pious frau. not iinennion in tho
middle ages. I ho monks ),.u.inrr get
their hearts on tho chateau of Vauvcrt
that habitation nt onco became tho
abode of goblins ami demons, who so
alarmed the proprietor that he disposed
of his residence for a mere trifln. Tho
property was purchased by the Cnrlhu
slnns. who had little difficulty in getting
rid of the evil spirits.
John A Scudder
Grand Tower..... ..
(iiiH Fowler -
The Gold Dust is due from Vicks-
Cupt. McKce, of the Helena, left for St.
Louis by rail lust night.
Geo. ll.ikf r and the crew of the Scudder
left for St. Louis yesterday.
The Gold Dust will probably bo the next
Vicksburg boat to load here.
The Fowler is again in the truces, and
will remain during the present clear river
The Helena reshipped considerable
St. Louis height via Cairo & Vincenncs
The Scudder re-shipped via. the Illi
nois Central railro.td their trip. She had
about five hundred tons.
The young capitalists, who went to New
Orleans on the Scudder to invest in orange
groves, returned from here by rail to St.
Louis. They did not invest.
Capt. James O'Nell, Supt. New Orleans
Anchor line, came down yesterday, but as
he was proceeded by the introduction let
ter of Capt. Dugan, his advent was not en
tirely unexpected. He has not yet decided
what will be done in the way of loading a
New Orleans boat, but it will be deter
mined to-day. The Alton will probably
be the packet,
Capt. Joe Fowler came down on the
Fowler yesterday, to obtain, if possible, in
formation, regarding the boat which in
tenaed entering the Cairo and Paducah
trade, to remain until the Fowler should
put in an appearance here. He "busted"
up the charter which was in course of com
pletion, in which the Alton was named as
the intended boat, and returned last night
I telling Piles Symptom and Cure.
The symptoms are moisture, like pers
piration, intense itching, increased by
scratching, very distressing, particularly at
night, as if pin worms were crawling in and
about the rectum ; the private parts are
sometimes affected; if allowed to continue,
very serious results may follow. Dr.
Sw ayne's All-Healing Ointment is a pleas
ant sure cure. Also, for Tetter, Itch. Salt
Kheum, Scald Head, Erysipelas, Barber's
Itch, Blotches, all Scaly Crusty Cutaneous
Etuptions. Price .jO cents, J boxes for f 1.2-
Setit by mail to any address on receipt of
price in currency or three cent postage
stamps. Prepared onlv by Dr. Swayne &
Son, a3u North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. Sold by all prcmiqent druggists in
Cairo and elsewhere.
Swavne's Pills are the best for all bil
ious disorders. They ward off Chills and
t ever. ( 1 )
If yoi- Attn tired taking the large old
fashioned griping pills, try Carter's Little
Liver Pills and take some comfort. A
man can't stand ever) tiling.
The Cairo Prices Current.
Office Washington Avenue,
Tin Cairo Prices Cciiuest 1 published crery
Tufday &ud Friday from the office of Tub C'Aino
Bcllrtiv. and i intended to Rive a true report of
the condition of the market on day of publication,
anil the publisher trusts that full and complete
notation will be given by the business men of the
TEKMS. One cent per copy. On all order of
ft or more, of same date, the subscriber' name
till be printed without extra charge. Orders for
atra copies mtm be received by 10 o'clock a.
itidaT ,f publication.
Thursday Evening, January Cth, 1S81.
The weather this evening shows all the
signs of a general thaw. Snow fell fast'
this morning, but uuless the wind changes,
will be followed by rain to-night. The
river is free of ice south of Cairo, but there
is not enough tonuage to move freights and
the wharfhoats still refuse to take anything
for shipment. The demand, with few ex
ceptions, is good for leading articles, but
the movement is light on account of lack of
FL0UP Transactions arc limited and
the market is weak.
HAY The demand is fair and stocks
large. Prices rule steady and unchanged.
CORN The demand is good, consider
ing the small chances to make ready ship
ments. The bulk of sales reported are
ruado to the mills.
OATS Steady and unchanged. Stocks
are full and the demand is fair.
MEAL -Firm and unchanged.
BRAN Is plenty and quoted a shade
BUTTER The market is full of com
mon butter, for which there is no demand.
Strictly choice is scarce and wanted.
EGOS Prices and the demand arc off.
Tho market is well supplied and dull.
TOULTRY All kinds are in active re
quest and'' firm.
T0TAT0E9-Choice sound Teach
Blows ore in active demand and scarce.
Most of the stock in market is more or less
ArPLES-Choice aro in fair demand.
Tho market is fully supplied with all
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C()8TIYENESS::::::::::::::v::::::::::::PDIPLES AND BLOTCHES::::::::
Salon and Quotations.
NOTE. -Tho once perc ifivcn are tor sales from
first hand In round lots. An itdvar.ee i
chanted for broken lots in fllliiiKoriter.
IM hbla Various
.3 003- on
,.:5 i'JG,: mi
.0 " country taney
bl " variou. trade..
yoo " chotco ,
Hit " rhobe family...
ItW " XXX
2 car prime Timothy....,
1 car food Ked Top
.....l eoftiH (i
Di cars choice Timothy...
& cars gooumixeii
II cars white, in bulk. .
i cars mixed, if. bulk.
2 cars mixed In balk .
2 cars, in sacks.
4 curs choice In bulk. .
No. 2 Red. 9 r bu.
No. 2 Ked Sea
SOU bbls City - 5 40
'O sacks, delivered, (job lots) '.()
1 car iu sacks, delivered
.TO pounds Northern roll 1S&0O
4 pound Northern packed
4-0 pounds Illinois: 1J&1S
WO pounds choice roll if.
4'Al pounds Southern Illinois roll l-'J-lS
2 coops live, per doz
2 0 ' choice, dressed
6 OOffl'j 00
5 coops trood mixed .
2 coops mixed
1 coops hens
15 dozen, drereed
I'cr head 11S12
1 hhli.. 4
lnol.arr: Peach Blows 2 S:
2 cars In bulk '.0j,T5
Terbbl - 7 M
lOO bhl choice S VI
list hhls. Wine Saps il i"1
luo bbls. Michigan i 75
Per barrel 5 5o3fi no
" saddle., s
Wildturkeyseach 4oQ; f)
OnaiU, per dozen 1 1,1
Rabbit 1 00
Dressed hogs, choice 5
Live " " - 4
Dressed, " common 4:i
Dry salt Shoulders 5
" Clearsldes H
Clear Rih Sides Vi
St. Johns ! 25
Ohio River 1 15
9 ounce burlaps. 2'4 bushels I
Out sacks, 6 bushels It
Peaches, halves and quarters 4ft4,
Apples, brUht 2;(uJ
Choice navy $1 75
Choice medium 1 bu
Cream , MU15
V tt 1r2-
Calf, Orccn 1)
Dry Flint 1
Dry Salt 14
(iruen Salt 027
Orven .M. .....MM,., ....... M..., .......... . ,.M 1
Sheep Pelts ... 1CK2.'0
Common Lngs SI rnS 00
Good lug 5 aooa 5 Mi
Low Leaf. & 7rft A M
Good Leaf. 6 MVjJ 7 80
Medium Lear 8 W 8 W
RATES OF FRCIOIIT.
Memphis New Orleans Way
Oraln per Cwt 15 cts 17,Sct KScts
Hnypurl'wt 20 " W, " iK'iCW
Flour portibl SO 85 45 els
Porkucrbbl 40" W" 47 K cts
QAIRO CIT FEKRY CO.
THREE -Vto STATES.
On and after Monday, Jane 7th, and nntll Inrther
notlco tho ferryboat will make trips as follows:
LIAVII LIAVIt LIAVII
Fot Fourth it. Missouri Land's. Kentucky Ld'f.
8:0(1 a. m.
19:00 a. m.
t:nn p. m.
:i)0 p. m.
R:S0 a, m.
i :40 p.m.
8 a. n.
B ;00 p.m.
3 p. m
a tyiyi "vrn n r Ann ai i i
... , , . IINH
Cuke Yorii Backache.
And all diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder and
Urinary Orgaus by wearing the
Improved ExeeMor Kidney-Pad
It Is a MARVEL of HEALING and RELIEF
Simple, Sensible, Direct, Pain
It CTTIiF.H where all else fall. A REVELA
TION and REVOLUTION in .Medicine. Absorp
tion or direct ajiiilicntion, as opposed to, un
satisfactory Internal medicines. Send for our
treatise on Kidney troubles, sent free. Sold by
druirUlsts. or seut liy mail,ou receipt of price, $2
OrTpmilandn.THE 0.NLY LVXG PAD CO
Blue Kidney 1'ad DETROIT,
Ask for it and Mirbi.rnn
Managers for the Northwest .
"Worth Its Wekjht Jn Gold
OUEES PILKS A.B 13UK2STS
CURES PILlilS AND .BURKS
CUPvES PILES AND BURNS
flTTPT? TtUTS AND -1)RUISES
CUKI CVTS AND BkHSKS
Sold by all Druists.
Go to PAUL G. SC1IUH, Druggist,
Dyes. For brightness and durability
pounds, price 15 cents.
Mendelssohn Piano Co.
Will make, for the next 00 days only, a Grand Offer of
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
SHoO Square Grand
Magnificent Rosewood rase,
............ ...... i in ,.,.irli mi emit-, oeaiiiiiiii curveu leen and vre h aw
serpentine and large rBncy tnouldinif round ciise. full Iron Frame, French (irand Action. OriiLd Hani
beenndV'd01 "'' 1"1,ruVll" 1,1 ""'cbii In any way tend to the perfection or the insiiiimn.t Las
ttyour 'price forthis instrument boxed and delivered on board tho cars at New York 4i.)l" nil
Willi line I'iauo ( over. Stool and Hook, only m -w mm ((
This I'iauo .will ho sent on teat trial Please semi reference il yon do not send money with order. Cih
sent with on , ru ll be refunded and freight charge paid t,y n. I,.,th ways If Piano I nut iut p.s r. p
resented In this advertisement. 1 lioiisandF In use. bind lor t'atahiKtio. Every ihettumeiit lu .vv.ar-
rimieu ior nie year.
1 IAIN OS ''"f"1''
v 1 j Kxhllilt
titl iwlth Stool, Cover
fartory lub es These I innoe
Kxlllllitlllll. ami Were llllllliillmll.lv r, .-mm. ,.,!. .,! .,. ,,J l)i..i..... it. . ... rr. :
-i i,i. .; . ., , . . I T- V . K" mKrl " MTovenii-ni in mu history of I'luno maklug. TL
I prights arc the lltiest lu America. Positively we make the Ureal I'lnnos. of the richest tone mhI t-rmt-est
durability. I'hev are rec, mmeniied ,y the highest muelcal auihorliles in the country. (,r (no
In use, and not one dissatisfied purchaser. All Piano mid Organs sent on 15 rinv test ti V - I'n i'cht
free if unsati-1'i.clory. Don't fall to write u before biivlng, lslllvelv we oiler tl,.' r.. at hr -.'.
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aiogne mailed tree. Handsome Illustrated and Descriptive Caluligui
tvery i nirio iiiiiy w urraiiteii ior i) year.
our "Parlor (.rmid Jiitillic Orgun." style r,, is the finest ar.d switlest ttm d Herd
orguiieverofleredthemnsiciil public. It contaliis Five Ceiiives. Five seis He.i'
four of 2; Octaves eiiili. unit oin. iiftlim.. i..tu..... ft-i.i.. . . .. .. , ' 1
Orwn-Diapion . Melodln. Viola Hule ,( eleste. Dulcet. Echo, Mch Foro" cilVVtli ..' I, "l . Fi te
Fortu, I reinolo, Oraud Organ and (irand swell, KncoHop H.-ight V4 inrhes- Lenub 41 In- Will i
.4 n; Weight, boxed,. Wilis The rase Is of solid walnut, veneered with choice woods', and 'is of an
en Irely new and beantllti i design elaborately carved, with raised pa.mels. music do lamp s-m ,1.
rr.TL0r,k'iM ulU-lrmintly nntshfd. Possesses the latest uml best Inurement, wit h greit roner
depth, brilliancy and svn.pMhct c miallty of lone. Ile.iutin.1 solo .fleet and perlee stop action
Regular rela.l price 5 Our wholesale not rush price to have It Introduced. ,iUi stool ""id I t'ok
only I't.-aa ono organ sells otlier. Positively no deviation in pncV No,,nl m. lit rroi ir. 1 t i t' Veu
have fully tested thu orgun In your own home We send ll Organs on r, di vi test trial uml rnv freight
both way If Instrument 1 not as represented. Fnllv wnrrann d for .5 v. ars Other slv ei- S st -n or
pn ..ply tflf.) 9 stop,. $sr.: 1 1 stop, lia. Uvr sold, and every Organ has given II fulkt saN
Kri i?MrA"W ,iV.'',V IT" " ""1 '', 'V"T' Vnr.U,r' """ wanTooms'nTlh Hi and loth Vie ' "
SHEET 311 SI( f on,"'l,'frt price. Catalogue of :Kll rholcn pieces sent for 8e s-amp. This
UUljlJ i Ji I ( atalogue Includes most of the popular music of the dav and everv varleti
munlcnl compofitlou, hy tho brct tiuthurn, AddrtHp,
MENDELSSOHN PIANO CO.,
OKAY'S SrF.riFIC JIKDICIXK,
TRA01 MAHK.ThdOreatEnullBinKADE MARK
Remedy, an tin
fallltiit rure for
Kper m at orrhoea,
Impoteiiry, and nil
dlseiises that fol
low as a conse.
oiicnco of self
t rn i auuso; as loss orv
' . . ... . a
nvrn ui TiPiMii, j.i .-mm ti is i.i.t ur. jj-
and many otlier diseases that U au to Insanity or
consumption and a premature, grave.
Full particular In our tutiuphlct, w lileb wo de
sire to send free by mall to every one. The pi
clHc medicine Is sold hv all druggists at Jl per
package, six for 5, or will be sent Iree hy tn-ill on
receipt of the niouay by addressing lll'E (illAY
MEDICINE CO., No.S Mechanic block, Detroit
Mich. Hold In Calm by Barclay Bros., Paul U
Schuh and Ueo. K. O'llara.
Outfit sent freo to those who wish to on
sag) In the most pleasant and profitable
business known, Everything m.w,
Caoltalnot reuulred. Wo will furnish
everything $11) a day and upward is yet
aslfv UlSilo without Stnvliin awav from
home over night, No risk whatever. Many nuw
work-rs wanted at onco. Many aro making fort
une a (the business. Ladles make s much as
men, ud young hoys and girls msae great pay. No
one who Is wllllua to work falls to uiako mora
money everv da than can bn mailnlu awuek at an
other employment. Thus who tigag atones
will find a short road to fortune. Address 11.
J1 r " J
Cures by ABSORPTION (Nature's way
i 1 1 LL'NG DISEASES,
A II THROAT DISEASES.
BREATH INfr Troubles
ItDHIVKS INTO thu system curative agents
and heallnp medicines.
It DKAWS FROM the diseased pirte the poisons
that cause death.
THOUSANDS TESTIFYTO ITS VIRTUES.
You can be Relieved and Cured
Don't despair until you have tried this sensible,
Easily Applied arid RADICALLY K F-
Sold by druiiRrsis, or stnt by mail on receipt ot
price, a.'.iju, by
moi'ilal'nd ourTHEONLY LUNG TAD CO.
Look -Three DETROIT,
Millions Year" ii;.i,;.
Bent free, Michigan.
Manager for the Northwest.
PRICE 50 cents and 81.00.
Cairo, Ills., (VMis. Ft, i nu.ns' New National
of color tire um qtuillc.i. Cclir funs to 5
riano for only 824 3.
i-lcpantly, finished, 3 strinps7 i Octaves full pa-.tnt
and Hook). All tririlv Pie-t.ei.ia. h .,,1.1 ... wu. i-
no iloorn. nl tin. fin..., ill.,,).... . .v .. i ..... . 1.1
V V ",r .""' '"" ore. I lie
of . . faiuilku lor ;;c stuaji
P.O. box 2053, New York City,
)()iirelvesby making mou
ey when golden chance Is
uiiereu, inereny always
keetilnir tiotertv from vone
door. Those who alwavs
. . , , tuke advnnlago of tho good
chance for making money that nreofl'ered, general
ly become wealthy, while those who do not Im
prove such chances 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 rnoro thnn tun times ordinary wages, Wa
furnish an rxpensenslve outfit and all that you
heed free. No one who engages falls to mako
money rapidly. You can devote your whole time
to thu work, or only vour sparo moments. Full
information anil all that I needed sent fret). Ad
(Ires STINHoN A CO., Portland. Maine.
FOUNDRY, MACHINE 8H0P AND
A STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan Iron Works
9301110 LEVEE. CAIRO. 1119,
John T. Rennie
HAVING established bis works at the abovs aon
tinned place is bettor prepared than ever for
niiinnfM'ttirlnc Steam Knfftnwa and Mill Machinery.
Having a bnam ilamuier and ampl Tools. th
manufacture of all kllof Mackln.ry, KallroaJ,
Hteamboatslud Bridge rorglrurt mad a apcetiilty.
K.peclal attention given to repairs of Jk. tsaad
Draw CMtlng nf all ktnds aa4 M ordM
ripe 9 Kin In aU 11 brMcae.
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