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BOOTS AND kilJOKS
Athencum Building Commercial A v.
''urn only the very Pest I ni ri fl Stock mid em
JJiuy" me iiioki coinpei'nt workuu ii.
)HICKK ItEAfeONAISLK aud latiefuctlci
Manuiarturer and deulur in C'usti.mmadu
roorjs A2w shoes.
Finest and Neatest
stock of Custom
Made Boots uud
Sloes for Boys'and
Mcu'h wear to be
found In the city.
No other shop can
compare with it.
N. B. All work warranted, anil Repairing neatly
uuuc uu ruun uuiii.c.
I'ifrlitli t Betm-en Commercial aud
''nlllJ1 Washington At.
Cairo - Illinois
JJOOTS AND SHOES.
All Sort , Style and Flzul at
c. k o c i-rs,
Manufacturer and dealer
la the finest Hand-Sewed and Peeked licet aud
bhoe (fall the latest ityUs, fioia the beet
St. Louis and Boston
Manufacturer, lis the largest and best ecleclcd
lock to bo found Id the city fur
Men's, I5oy', Ladies' and Children'
wear, at 1 he lowest possible price. Always on band
a complete Hock of leather and findlLc.
No. (Commercial Ave. ( T'.itt.st Til
Bet. Fifth and SUth ... . 1,(1110, 111.
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAMl
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
For all Female Complaints.
This preparation, a It nam tHunlflna, eoiun of
Vegetable I'roi-Ttln Uiat are hamUuai to tha moat del
Icate Invalid. I'pon one trial the merit of thl Com
."Bad will tm rwroeauiyl, rsllrf It Immediate i and
when tu w la continued, In ninety nine ru'i In a hnn.
ilra, nnnenlrun lr(rivUil.i,ih,)aKUiiU wUl U--til
j. On avoont of lt pmren mertu, It I. tn-day re
oomnwn'lw) and pn:rll-4 by tho bet physician In
It UI cure entirely the or form of falltnff
f the ut-ru, bwiirrhrj-a, Im'tnilAr and painful
Mi nsjroation, all ovarian Trouble-, luaammatlnn and
I'hvraUnii, Kloodliiirt, all Displacement and the con
fluent plnal wiknita,and hi especially adapted to
the Chn(t of Life. It rill cllKnoIre and eii tumori
from the ut4Tuelnanerlytat(o of drTelopment, The
ten'linoy t.icniui'rouehumortlhuro ii chwkvd vwy
rpeellly hy lu one.
In ttu-t It has proved to ho the treat
nt and Ut reuwdy that ha ertr txyn dlKotrr
I'd. It Knui au evi ry p)rtlon of the tyitcra, and irUee
new llfeaud titror. It rvmorra fajntnew.n.itulcncy, d
lmyialleravinr f or WUnulaiiU, and relieve weoknea
M trie itonin' h
; euri-.. t'.l .atlnR, tleadachee, Nervous rroetratlon,
ueniral Hebllitr, nl(H'pleiaBe, rK-pivlon and Indt
Ki Mlon. That fet'llnfr of bearlnir down, catulni pain,
el(thtand hackacho.taalnaytipeniiaiM.'ntly cun'd by
IU ue. H will at all tiinai, andunderall clrcunitn
cih, aet In hrui.jny with tiio luw tlmt govern the
KorKidiwyCwnpUiiitof either w tliia compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
In prHired at S33 an,l ta Wnrn Avenue. Lynn. Maoil.
Prli ll.W. Rlx b..ttleaor$',.(ift Bc,t hy mall In the
fomtofpllta.alolnthef,lrmfi1,I,.I1fl n rdpt
of price, $1.00, er hoi. f,Jr c,h(,r Mr( jxKIlASl
f rtfly ani-wcm nil letter, of lno,,,. s,M t ur
phlet. Ad.lranaaahovo Mrntiun ihu paper.
So family nhouMlie without LYDIa E. riNKIIAM'
Ln-'Cnni.W. Tliey cure Ccn,t!utn, Elllouinoaa
anil Torpidity of the Uver. 8S ccntp,r box.
UICIIARDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Whnli'inln aouln for l.YDIA E. I'lv i.-it fu
Vt'KuUblu Cotnpmiiul. '-mia.M a
nniu pwiii," ... vw"p.
llifloShnt lluu. Itevolr.n,ient e, o. d. broxamlaaUoa
llrcech.l,oadlr,g Shot Onn. flflto W. TJonMe Phot
Hina.Htol!ift 8li.RleUuii,:ltor. IJ
r'.K. Ituvolver. 1 to f :B. Send for free llliitrt(Kl
atal'ISue! tiUlCA'l' WEbXlilW UU.S WOUliU,
'a week In J t'Hr own town, $.' otitflt free. No
rlt-k. lU'iuliT, It you wiinl a huemeoa ai
which riiTHimn of ell her ai x call mnkn urenl
day nil tin, tlmo thev work, wrltu for particular to
II. IJ ALL KIT A ca.l'ortland.
.Out lit liirnth(d tree, with full In
ketrucllnn lor comlnctlnir tl4 moat
initiiiiiu hiiciiieB tlmt ntiy one can
in. 'j uu luiHUiem ta o ouey
lenrtl. ntul mil liwlrnrtion. iir.t mn
eiiopio mm pinin, that any ono can
make- Rrr-at. prnflln from il,o uliirt. No mio can fall
who la wllllnit to work. Worm,,, art) a miccceHful
aaincit. Hoya and Klila enn Cllrn nrco
Mnny havo mndu at the hintlnc ovor one luintlred
iliillarnlP n elnt'lo week. Noihlnu llko It ever
known before All who enu-neo n. eurorled at the
cane and rapidity villi li"'h llieyan. able to make
money. Yotu-un enpiuo In tine biiKu(.aa during
your apiiri1 timo at ur':"' l1"'."1' .Tnndo mil have In
Invoet rnpllnl In It. We tnku nil ti,,, rHlt. xiioao
who need remtT money, ahtmitl I w liu to u at mice.
AD fitriil"hi'(I Iruo. AildrcM lltLK & t:u,, Au
I Vlf. . T "
flHE DAITiY BULLETIN,
How a Eooetor Was Oonqnered.
to illiwtriito. vvlmt ho niuimt by tha
r" K'-'Kin a mock, a New
i oik, uroker told tho foilowln"- story:
was iltimifr tho flush times 150, I
w as a pivlty sick rn:in in h;ia FranulBoo,
nnn tno doctor ordcnnl mo up tlie
eoiinfry for a ehnno of air. Tom
Jenkins was tlicu runnin" n nni'-h
in.. - , 1. I'M. . I , n . -
uuiiiii mo hum, una u.i no ami I woro
old frii.'iids, I resolved to pay Jiim a
visit. 'J'om had a lino burn-yard of
Iovln, and among them was a "rent
L'.inic cock, llu was as hit? as an ostrich,
but ffuiiio to the backbone. Well, tlioro
w.'t.su't a rooster in tho whnln
side that he hadn't tackled and 'ot
away with. Tom had tried all ho kiunv
to keen him quiet. Ho had locked him
up in house.., and tethered him by tho
" ii' u au siarveu rum, hut it was of
no use; as soon as ho heard another
rooster crow, that moment ho was oil'
at full speed, and never stopped until
iiuu. iteii, Wlicn J at
rived at Tom's ranch he had built aim
rage, and inside sat the rooster, looking
i , i . ... ... . .
vvijr iiiBiuiiouoiy, wiiuo Tom lold mo
tlio whole story. He would gladly give
1,0(X) to any ono who would find a
eock mat could lick his chicken, but n.
the same time he did not belicvo that
tlicro was a bird in all California that
could do it
Now, I had heard from an old chicken
iigiiior mat n a little garlic was rul
I'fd on tho head and under tho vin"s of
a game cock; no other rooster would
attack him; so I asked Tom what odds
tw. .....1.1 1.... .... ,t . i r I i
ii-- mum! my mi; mat i (uu not get a
rooster next day which would defeat
lustainous bird. lorn at once otlered
to lay ten to one, and we put up a con
(inerawe hum on the event. I took
Tom's buggy and drovo down to tho
town, where there was a ooultrv mar
ket. Tiiero were lots of roosters of all
kinds and breeds, but nothing very gamy
looking. At last I struck a sporting
looking poulterer, who said that he had
an aged game rooster whose father and
mother ho had known, and who ho was
sure would show fight. He was old
and dilapidated-looking, but ho was
the best I could find, so I closed the
bargain for one dollar. Then I bought
a clove of garlic, and drove back with
my purchase to the ranch.
Next day lorn had asked all his
friends to see the tight, and Mrs, Jenkins
had lilled the windows of the house with
the ladies of the neighborhood, all
anxious to see Tom's rooster get away
with the stranger. Tho amount wagered
by us waa large, and the whole county,
then sparsely inhabited, turned out en
masse, the majority knowing the supe
nor uguung 01 10m s rooster, oiienng
immense ouos on tlie fowl, and as usual,
finding some willing to accept, I fixed
my bird up as well as I could, and
1 rubbed tho garlic under his wings
and all around his head. When
1 appeared in the yard where tho
fight was to tako place there
stood tho great game cock, looking
more like a Cochin China, and struU
ting round looking for something to
lick. I kept my bird in a bag until the
last moment, and as soon as tirao was
called I took him out blinking in tho
strong sunlight. He look round for a
moment, rubbed his bill onco or twice
on the ground as if sharpening it, rais
ed his wings to 9e if tho joints were
stifT, and made at onco for his gigantic
opponent. Tom's rooster took two or
three jumps in the air, poised his head
so a to take good aim, and flew right
at the stranger; but the instant ho
smolleil the garlic that rooster turned
and lied like a yellow dog with his tail
between his ler.
Mrs. Jenkins almost fainted. And
there was a pood deal of profanity
among the malo spectators, who had
lost on tho homo bird. Tho last thing
I saw of that rooster was his tail, as ha
rro.ssed a blufl" near by, with Tom in
full chase after him with a double-barreled
shotgun, swearing that he would
never allow any thing to be beaten on
his ranch and escape alive
Solomon Jones, of IJloominsrton, Met.
was 70 when, After many years of pov
erty, bo received S2M0 in nension
money. Ho had no relatives to leave it
to when ho died, and therefore mado
up his mind to spend it all himself. In
view of tho probablo short time re
maining to him in this world, he felt
that he must be fast and furious in his
pleasures il ho would spend the whole
ir-VM.!. He married a young wife, and
gratified her love of dress; lie got in a
largo stock of beverages, and drank
them recklessly; he bought a fast horse,
aud bet on him. At tho end of three
months the last dollar was gone, his
wife deserted him, his horse died, and
he is slill without any immediate pros
pect of dying.
Queen Victoria, it is related, recently
had the pleasure of witnessing a remark
able piece of artistic enterprise. Whon
lunching out-of-doors with tho Princess
lieatriee and a few attendants, the par
ty was surrounded by no less than eight
reporters, who stood boldly looking on
at the consumption of cold lamb and
salad much, of course, to tho Queen's
annoyance. Finding that they did not
move, Princess Beatrice herself went
across to where they had planted them
selves, and said that tho Queen had a
great objection to be stared at whilo
she was at luncheon, and would be gin
if they would leave, Tho young lady'
gentlo remonstrance, however, had no
ellect upon theso amiable persons, who
murmuringly declined to depart. 80
stronger measures wcro tried; and tin
derdhe threats from an attendant tho
Uisappointod journalists withdrew.
'" Sophia Catherine Head, widow
onVilliamUoorgoKead, and last sur
vhing ) member of tho Immediato family
of tho Maryland ino and military com
panion and ady sor of Gen. Washing
ton, and ono of tho most prominent of
Revo ut onary heroes and men of Mary
land in his day, died recently at her res
Menco, Calvert street, hear Madison
lialtimoro, in the clghty-flrst year of' her
ago. Mrs. Head was ono 0! th0 most
prominent and best known ladies of
lialtimoro. Her mother, whoso maiden
nanio was Marguerite Chow, was a
daughter of Chief Justice- Chew, of
Pennsylvania, residing in Gorinantown,
and occupying tho stono mansion which
hns become historic It was to her that
Maj. Audro, of tho British army, wrote,
at the cvo of tho evacuation of Phlla-
delnhla bv thn I5ritlsh armv. tho Verses
"To Mrs. Marguerite Howard," which
have often been quoted.
CAIRO BULLETIN: WjEDXESDAY MORNING, JANUAKY 12, 1881.
I AN intkiu:sting letter
IT Ul.ViS OK A OTtATKfX'L IIKAHT AM) GIVK8
llONOlt W1I1.HK 1IO.NOH IS Dl'K.
Mr. 8. W. Capon, of Scottsville, Macoupin
county, III,, writes, under date of Aug. !20,
180, to nr. Swaync & Son: "I sent to
you for three boxes 'All-healig Ointment,'
Imvuitr had tho Itching Piles for about
twenty-throe years, und Imvebeen treated
fur them by eleven dillercnt doctors, und
have paid out at leant fivo hundred dol
larsyes, I would be safe in savintr ono
thousand dollars hut never was cured of
that itching which annoyed 1110 almost to
neaiii. wjien 1 iiccuine warm, particularly
i mgnr, me ui inng would boo-in, and the
only relief was to bathe in cold water,
Buirutiiiii-s as oucn ns six or seven times in
one IllL'lit. I cone llded to Ir.C vour Oinl
mtnt, and have used two boxes, and the
result is a perfect cure, and I will ay that
it is the best Ointment in the world, a nd
will recommend it to one and all as such.
hwaynes Ointment is sold by all druggists.
ITEMS OP IHTESEET.
Garibaldi's body, below the waist, is
A nicely dug grave on I. is premises
, was the gentle hintgiven Mr. Lambert,
an Irish landlord, by his tenants.
An injured woman in St. Louis has
sued her hut-band for divorce on tho
ground that he called her "an old cow."
The Duke of Portland is so pleacd
with Lord Bute's beaver colonies that
ho is going to establish several on his
New Orleans has organized a com
pany with .f 100,000 capital to manufac
ture jute bagging, which has hitherto
A California inventor has devised a
process for pressing and drying pota
toes so mat mev win keep lor years
without loss of flavor.
Twenty-nino cousins contest tho will
of an itinerant preacher in Westchester
county, jnow rork, who had managed
in some way to leave a property of
$15,000 behind him.
In a certain English narish tho rur.itrt
bears the name of Haro. Tho Indies
there being sufferers from the unac
countable mania of curate hunting,
have received tho title of the "Harriers.
The Russians are navinsr rrreat atton.
tion to the revolver as an instrument of
warfare. Upwards of sixtv thousand
of these handy weapons are being man
ufactured at Berlin for the llussian
A bather in a Bridgeport, Conn., bar-
oer s snop recently foil asleep in a bath
tub full of water, and remained there
live riours before he was discovered and
awakened. The water was barplv hn.
1 t .l
JUVV Ul UUUULU.
Mr. Elisha Shepperson, aged 70 years,
o Jianover county, Varied recently
while a letter he had Jta written to a
lady in eastern Virginia to whom he
was engaged to be married, was being
carrieu to the postoflice.
Smithland Chambers, of Barren r-onn.
ty, Kentucky, weighs 130 pounds and
his wife 112. Their 6-year-old daugh
ter weighs 239 pounds and measures 84
incnes around the waist. Mr. and Mrs.
Cham bers have lost a son live years old
wngmrg 2w pounus.
n tho Hawlev branch of tho Erie
railway, the other day. a deer snrance
from the woods to tho'track in front of
a loaded coal train, and kept ahead of
me engine lor atjout two miles; -then,
Martled by tho amiearanee of a nodes.
trian, leaped into ttie Lackawazen river.
swam across, and .disappeared in the
The Americans, savs 77ie Sncctatnr..
t. . , '
rise lnvcnieu, ana i.nir islnnen aro
slowly adopting into their political vo
cabulary, a new word, intended to ac
count for the unaccountable uomilaritv
of some politicians. They say they aro
"magnetic 'that is, thev attract as tha
magnet does, by virtue of some aualiiv
. ... 1..! 1 j
UVl J i-v c.piuiiicu.
Two men nro lifio-iMnn. tiwki.
----- - - uv 4W14.il Hltll
town, hy., over a slave trade that tnolr
place in lsoo. Tho defendant bourrht
u ni-LTiu lu lliei 01a nil 1. out lim imr tha
slave unsound mado tho plaintilTake
him back. PlaintilVdiscovered that tho
negro was unlit for work, and in 1869
brought suit to recover his value. Thn
case is f till on. The ilnintifl' is 70 vpium
,.1.1 1 1 .1 ... 1....; i
Will UUU IUUJ IK'iCIUIUUl CO.
I ho city of Cambridge, Mass., has
recently set llireo memorial stones.
weighing over a ton each, at as many
poiuts within its borders to mark cer
tain events in its history. Ouo on Ninth
avenue, corner of Sprtico street, is in-
hciinoii: 1 no site wiier four citizens
were killed by British soldiers retreat
ing from Lexington. April lo. 177.1."
One on Iiiman street containing the foi
lowing: "Site of the house which was
tho headquarters of (Jen. Putnam in
lub. iho other monument, loented
on Duster street, has tho following in
seription: "Sito of the residence of
Thomas Dudley, A. D. 1G30, founder of
Cambridge and Governor of Massachu
setts." Each stone also bears tho words.
"Erected by tho city lijSO."
Mn. Frank Schwakz, 08 Nineteenth
street, Cincinnati, Ohio, writes: I suffered
tor live years with Rheumatism. Having
been persuaded bv friends to trv St .Wnlm
n: I . , . t , inuuis 10 uy i.diicoiis
Oil, I lniist acknolede, that it is the best
remedy I ever used ; In fact it cured mo
Saved from Death.
Jlrs. Jacob Willison, Marion, 0.,ays her
child was not expected to live, owing to a
severo attack, of Croup; she tried Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil, which fiivo immed
Mr. C. Clcndeniie n, Marion, 0., used Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil for Bunions; ho says
at first start ho thought it was i'ko tho rest
of tlio advertised humbugs, but wasajrreea
bly disappointed and uow would not bo
without sumo in tlio houso for any mmiey,
PavlQ. Sciitit, Agent.
SamcelILIuwin. of Uto Creek. Colfux
to., New Mexico, says: It my wifo would
quit work as she should at her ago (01) sho
wouui nvo years a monument to the
influence of the "Only Lung Pad.'
Onions nro prescribed m a suro euro for
clerical kissing, and f ping Blossom as a
sure euro for dispepsla, indigestion and all
lisonhTsoftlio stomach. Price 60 coiils,
trml bottloa lOconta.
( t t t . Illllllllllllllll t ( MlltlMII .
. si'i;i.i; lihossoM!
A young couple eloped in Ballard
county. Ky., and were overtaken by the
girl's father, but not before a clergy
man had united them. Tho parent
drove the bridegroom awav bv aiming
a gun at him, and took his daughter
home, where ho locked her up. The
husband prowled around tho house that
night, and was shot to death by the an
gry old man.
Haitiness and prosperity aie so indis
Bolubly linked with good health, that all
those suffering with Hoarseness, Coughs.
Colds, etc., should try Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup and be cured. Price 2."5 cts.
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI
i.m TV-- Li
TI.ME TA111.K OK i'ASSENOEH TH.UN9 FROM
VINCKNNES (NOV. !J0, 1S79.)
No. 3 Pay Expre.i. ( K.tcept Sunilay).
" 0 Eprere I Except Satlilnv)
" 4 JiidluEi-prcBedtailyj" ,
o. 5 Espref 1 Excojit M!iiilay)
" 1 1iiy tx.'.r'.-n lExivpt Sunday).
" 3 Night KxjireiDailyi.
... 1 -AO p. m.
... 1 :!.', p. m.
. ..VJ;yJa. ni.
... 8:0Sa. m.
. . p. m.
... . 1 :Jj a. m.
J. H. rwiiK. f. S. Cone. .In..
Agent Viijieriue. Gen. Ticket A't C'lnclnnaH
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
II. W 8MITHERS, Tteceiver
SHOBTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Throneh Expre leave Cairo 8:4S a m
Tliroii;h Exprei arrive at E. St. Loul.. 5.00 p.m.
. u..uFu i.ijirr.B irayeB a. nt. Louu.... n.'ima.nii
i nroti'u txpre arrive at Cairo 5:10 p.m.
Murphysboroaccommodationleave Cairo 1:30 p.m.
Vu jriniiu jix. nrrivui.ai aurpDy noro 7 :su p.m.
Murphyboro Acc. leave Jlurphynboro .. 5:00 a.m.
Miirjibveboro Acc. arrive at Cairo 11 :25a.m.
T(ifcCalro ASt. Lonl Rail Koad 1 the only all
Hall Route between Cairo and St. Loul nnderone
management, therefore there are no delay at
way stations awaltlnc connection from other line
Close and eore connection at St. Looi with other
iiui-b nir ..urm. r-ttSt BUU n el.
J . A. NAL'GLE, L. M. JOHNSON,
Ak'ect Geteral Slanaircr.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Ronto
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tlio Only JLine liunuing
Making Direct Connection
Thaiks Leave Caihh:
3:10 a m. Mail,
Arrlvlucln St. Louis l:l.' a.m. : Chicazo. S:3i p.m.;
Connecllnc at Odin aud Killiifrnam for Cincin-
null, i-uiusviiio, luiliauapuO and points East.
11:10 a.m. S?t. I.ouis and AW-storn
Arriving in St. Loul 7:05 p. m., and cnunectluu
lur an pumts i est.
-1:C p.m. I 'liBt Kxpreas.
l.irSt. Loul and cblcairo. arriving at St. Louis
10:10 p.m., an,! l hlrai;o Ti'.'O o.m
-4 :'H i p.m. Cincinnati Kxpress,
Arriving at Cltirlnnntl 1:W a.m.; Loinseille T:J0
a. ai,; lii(il:ii:iipoll 4:00 a.m. rnsM'iij,'iiB bv
this trnln n acli the above pnlnis 1 :j lo 3(1
not iin in auvuuce ui any oilier route,
tSrThe4:9 P. m. extires 1ms I'UI.I.VAN
M.hEl'INO CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, witlunii
rhnnire. und lliruiiph tlveiemlo bt.l.oul and
Fast Time Ka.-t.
1)ii cmi oi'rv xM" it" tbriiucii to v.m.
l.1"t.llt.i n ,.ru polnia without any delay
caused by Sunday Interveninc. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive In new York Monday
mornitiu at 10;;15. Thirty-six hour In udvnnceof
auv oiner mitt!'.
fiT" For tbroucb ticket and further information.
mppiv at Illinois i eutrni Kuiiroml iiepot. Cairo.
JAS, Ull.JUS, J. II. .KIMiS,
lien. SniittnTii Aeent. Ticket Ateiit.
ii. aAwa,iiuii. i's. Agent. LIiIciiko,
Obtained for new Invention, or for ImpMvement
on old oue; for medical or other compounds, trude-
mnra ami laoeis, i avuaia, Assignment, inter
fereuces, Appeal, Sull for liifrTiiuemenls, aud
H case arlslnn under the 1'aleiit Law, prompt-
tU)mU,(1 ,. invention that havobeVn
f I Vi 'TV 11 ,lU,"t t.,nviin,
iXt:?,ir L .. .,, , !? m,?HJT'' ''"I'M""! '-y
a. HeliiR opposite the. U, n. I'atetit Department,
and nj;iigvd In l'atent busltie exclusively, we can
mukn c.luser earcbe, and aecure 1'uleiitK more
Dromntlv. nd with broader clul I11H. Ihltfl (tlttll ivl.n
urn r'iiiiMr irum n ririnilKlOU,
I N V K i K HtS"""" m"llul nr "ketch f
r JJAl A. VJlkj vour iluvlen! wn ml..i .
amlnation and advise a to iiitntiiniiiiiu r.,,.. f
ennrne, au rorresponuenre r C V colli ldenl al.
Price low, and no charge miles l'ulentl secured.
WO refer III Waslllll.tilll. In linn I'.Aln..,.,...
Oeneral I). M. Key. Rev, V, D.I'ower Tha (lerman
American National Hank, to olllelal In the V, 8.
Patent Oftico. and to H,muii,r n,wi i(..,,..,.,.i,in,....
In Cf'imres', and esperlallv to nut client in ever
State in the union and In Canada. Addrem
O. A. SNOW tSc CO..
0PPollPat ntOfflce, WashinKton V. 0
Bknj. F. G it akton, Story B. Ladd
IIAI.UKHT E. PAINU.
Would t(immiloner or Patent,
01) sho n A TP Tj "VT m Oj
s&l Al JiiJMb
PHW1J niiitvmv t. mm
Lalo Commissioner of Patent,
PAIN 12, GRAFTON & LADD.
Attorney at-Law and Hollrltor of Amerlcaa aud
412 FIFTH BTRKIC'I', WASHINGTON, I). C.
l'MOllce naknil law in all II brnnchi' In tlm
PalentOlllce, and In the Supremo and Circuit
Court ur the Culled Slate, Pamphlet cut freti
ou receipt of illiliip for posunt
Cure Your Backache.
Andlldleaeof the Kidney, Bladder and
urinary Orsnna by wearing tho
IinproveJ Excelsior Kidney-Pad
It ia a MARVEL of HEALING and RELIEF
Simple, Sensible, Direct, Pain
l,,rj;i?:f ,vnereall ele fall. A KEVELA
I IO.N and liEVOLtTION lu .Medicine. Abmir?).
tlnn or direct application, a opposed 10 tin
atiHlaetory interual medicine. Send for our
treatise on Kidney troubles, ent free. Sold bv
drnwiHtH. or eent by mail, on receipt of price.
OrTi'.naland'n TIIE ONLY LUNG PAD CO
ulne Kidney l'ad DETROIT,
Ak for It and 1
Manager for the Northwest.
2 ' g
Woeth Its Whout Jy Gold
CURES PILES AND 13UE3STS
CURES PILES A3STD BURNS
CURES PILES AND BURNS
U I UTS
Sold by all Druopsts.
GOp"'l-? 8CIIlT' Pn,!:?i.g,'
luightness aud durability
:a 1.) cents.
Mendelssohn Piano Co.
WiUnuikc, for the next 60 days only, a Grand Offer of
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
SC50 Square Grand
STYLE l ?J1?,1i1f.?I,r"r"CW00d caP0- vlcetty 'llicd.S lrlnFT 1-S Octave full paktt
been added. vo" m "ur
ranted for Ave vrurs
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I'prluht si are the
,,;'v '. I , u,!! "'""""""b recon.mentl.d lor the Hid
our New l-mmit t-ca o. the created lmprovi inert in the history of f
-r :.,:r.t..i"A"u'r,- v,,r.,Jvi,'y v ' &rv,t r,w 7t Z Sv-h..,
In use. and nr
I'ree If lineal iafiirtnrv.
i mini uiiiv warranicii lor o years.
IIkI-J-A 'r -j-nrior i.rniul .1 ul.llco
Forle.Tre.il.N(;rand t)r., nau( . n
In; WeiL-ht, boxed. :molb , Th .c ,.. V, r
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entirely new and beiitilllnl desien. ni,.h,,r0 .iV
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.. - . , -iv,ii ith aiii v I i in fin
deptb, brllllaiM'v andvmpa e couall 7 of lone
Hemilar retail i.rlceS-Jss ii, rJ .V..Vy
only 1-17-m one orn in s,lls To hers P if ely evi ., i. ,,, I , ,n,5,dnr'. ""1 Uvk,
livhillytete(lllHMiWiijpyournwVl, e lei , l V" LL i.. i5 '.' 1"" P,," ' 'll'lr.d m ill
both ways If Instrument I not,," repie e, d. k5 W . m t'd or lltV V.m ,r,"I.n'."1 ,frv
tan only fn5: H Htop. sr,; 1 I ton. SDK Over 'V (Vie . wi I 11,1 1 HrH' . t,,l",f 'l.vle-S stop or-
SHEET 3 US 10 ntX. .'uic'iuZs V":"T,,. of ;,m,' rhol,u. -"mp. nn
musical compositioii, by thottuU,ow"dU" At? m)tt'nt mn"lc of ,ho dav nnd
MENDELSSOHN rJANOCO.. P.o! box 2058, New York City,
GRAY'S SPKCIFIO 11 KDU'INK.
uenieay, 11 u tin
falllni; euro for
Sperm a I orrhoen,
Impoloncy, aud all
disease Unit ful.
.d XK low as a conso-
H.1ttil fiiiiiiirn . nr ... r
lassitudo, puiii 'n tliu buck, dliu llf, " iii
nes of vision, promaturo old i;e,mwr A&King',
aud ninny other disease Hint lead to Insanity or
consumption and nlirenialnro yr&w.
Full pHrtleulnr In our paniplilet, which wu do
aire to eetid free by mall lo every ono. The po
clHc.medleluii 1 auld bv all druuelst at 111 per
parknu'o, lx for $S, or will bo n-m tree bv iiiHil on
receipt of tlm liionKy by addrenalni 1 UK HHAY
S.Rl,K'3!ii5 f.'J I0 .8 S,,"''1""''' llock,l)elrV.I.
.Mlrh. Hold In Cniro bv llurelnv It.,,. ui ,1
Hchuh Biiddeo. K. O'Uara. '
W evervthlntf. $1U da)
. easily niadu without
to ttl3."e Mho n lh ... .,.
In tlio ruoRt pluannt and profltubla
""". . Jiveryuiinir new.
renuired. Wo will furnish
a davand uiiunnl. i.
Itltnttt al,..,!.,.. ...
homo ovor nlijht, No risk whaiuvns At,.
work-r wanted at onco,. Many are maklnir fort
une allhebuslne, Ladle make a much a
maatiKrcat pay. No
fu'lla In ftiuku ilium
money every day than ran bo made lu a week at any
other 'employment. Those who eni,mir al onco
!'.'' '. n.5LJJ ' fortune. Addre il,
I1ALLETT & CO., Portland Muliiu.
I' M.M. ,..,,.
-i 1 t iui 1 v;u 1 I XI X
Cures by ABSORPTION (Nature's way
A 11LUXG DISEASES.
Al JTIIROAT DISEASES.
ItDUIVES INTO Iho
and healinir meilicinea.
vetem curative asents
It DKAW8 Fllo.M the dlcac-d part the poison
that rauH denth.
TIlufSAN I)S TESTIFY TO ITS VIKTUEs.
You can be Relieved and Cured
Ion looapair until. ron nave tried tbl et,cib;e
r.iiiiv jippnvn anu it a 11
E C T IT A I, K. niedv
I I A L L V F-
hold hy dnurKltte, or cent by mail
price, tJ.UO, by
ou receipt of
mon"lfand our'TIIEONLY U'XG PAD CO
book "Threo DETROIT,
Million a ear ' , . '
Bent free, Michigan.
Manager for the Norlhtt cst.
PRICE 50 cents and 81.00.
Cniro - I1!s- for JIrs- F"'-.nn New National
of color are uniqualkd. CVlor from
Piano for only 2-15.
,"lv ,lIul 10 perfection of the instrumuit ha
uu, ui nit- ui.eai t hli av
lit the ( i i;tii:iiia'
lust Iloinrs. 11:e
luuo makirir. Thn
oi i no riciu st tune ni.d ,rcat-
tirjrnn." Htvlo in the finest mid su. nt...t t, ,-. ,i t ,a
Celes.ln., Violin.,, l h.te-
i .ft..V .'. B. .." ,.l-!jt, 7'', l.m h.''.: Leiivt h. in; Wldtli,
. V I. . w cl""?u wool', .ami Is
eT, , i nl 1,7 f ltb r.at power,
lo e lect and perlect Hon icllon.
"Xtouraelvesby makiiiR tnon.
y worn u iroinen chance la
.iiK-ri'ii, mere I
hose who alwav
, , , take advautaw of tho food
clianccs for making money that are offered, general
y become wealthy, while thosa who do not im-
timniui. remain in poverty. W D want
HiMi'f'.n i'.u0m"", ,"y i,"!'1 "'r'" " work forn.
rlKht In their own localltle. The bulne will
pay more than ten time ordinary waj-e. W.
rurnlslian expenenslv ontlll antf all that yon
need free. No ono who eneairr fall to make
money rap Idly. Vntican devote your hi9 tlm
to thn work, or nn W vnn.
i . !i.:V ",M neei ed teut fret,
dre HT1NBON A Co., Portland. Main..
THOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
x . STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan Iron "Works
9.1 OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO. ILIA ,
John T. Kennie.
HAVIKO estab)lhed hi work at th abov atn
tinned place I better prepared than ever tot
ntanufacturiuc Steam Bnirlne and Mill Machinery.
Havlur hleam Hammer and ample Tool, to
manufactura of all kladaof Machinery, Hatlroad,
Hteamboat and Hrldire Fortflnit mad a rellty a
Kspeclal attention glTenlorepalr.of lilne.inc' v
HrsCatliiRofall kind made to ordei ' '
Pipe F (Una lo J1 It branchea. ,V