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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MOUSING, JANUARY 13, 1881.
THE MUiY lSULIiKTIN. SJ."?:
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Hlomroaid itroets and to- rilT3ir.... J.
nii'tliinir of Interest to every Man,
Woman mill Child.
your Blood luiurt anil loaded Willi tho Poison
1'iinp f.lf,. Mlpi.inrll, i.iilnv nut through un In
iliiii l lriT or Nore'r
yiui r Skin covered
Tuloiis J I ii in ii x r
wlili itching. Scaly uud
y mr Complexion dlxngurcd with Unsightly
j't 1 c jii h ur llli'iuli-liiH?
your llulr thin. lifeless uud rapidly fulling
uml tin: bcalp covered wllb sculcs?
the Skin ou your Hand Rough, Red, Cracked
your Chllil growing up with Strodil.-iiH Hu
rt bursting Irom every purer
J- lluliy afflicted with Scald heud ur uuy Scalp or
t ii Humor:
I mi, then no hiimnii agcnry run so speedily,
1 tniillciitly Ulnl economically cleanse the Blond,
fur thii Complexion nml skin, rcstuiit Ihu
tir and cure every species of Itching. Scaly iinij
i nfillou Humors of thu Hltiu, Scalp and Blood,
Ihu (.'I TM.XIU KKHKIjIK, Consisting Ol
f 1'llli.Mtr.i II. i. nr.. .it kLt.i I'll... U M.ll ll'lll 111
fly, arn-pis disi -un; allays Inllamutlon, itching
1 Irriuiloii. IhmiIh luer and Sores, eats away
ul Skiu and Flesh inn) restore tho llulr when
troyed by Scallv llumorK anil Wood Poison.
ice !i i:-titH. Largo boxes 11.11),
' I'utii iiru Jlcdicliial Toilet Soup, un exfju) fit-
l-t. Rath uml Nursery Sanative, fruiirunt with
i'ious llovvcr odor and healing balsams, poftens,
il. n-fi i--ln- and beautifies lh Complexion
I Skin. Price -i't cent-, Prepared fur abulng 15
. Ciillnira Resolvent, tho m-w Blood Purifier.
hii.,- ih,. Hi,, ml t i rr ! f Ii the Liver. Kidneys,
rti lpon l Skin, and eradicates every liaiut of
minimis II u mors or Hereditary woou iuiwu'
tee $1 .00.
I ke Cuticuraand Cuticiira Hnup externally and
r Cullcura Resolvent internally will positively
re cvirv spi-cle of Humor, from a common
mple to Scrofula.
Iniiniri' about them at votir 1 Hi fc'L'ift . Right
re in thin town you may And evidence of their
'end Stamnfor 'Illustrated treatise on the Sliin
nt-ilning the must remarkable i atliiinolal ever
urit- 'l in the annuls ol ineillial practice.
I ii ura Remedies are prepared ly
EKl.S i l'OTTKH. rhemlsts and Druggist".
:i Wa-himMnn st.. Burton. Mum.
P.Tjitluira Itemcilji a mailed frw to any ad
dress un receipt of price.
IfajnM, Railiral, IVimancnt.f,
Complete In'iitiiu nt
(war hed and vol. , esy irealioig. sw. ')
rain. pi-reri Pineli. iitPie nnu uearii.r
uiigh. no it; -King, i.o i!:-!:i-i.. Tber l.appj
i.ni:aiot: nr.: hrnuu'lit at.oul In thi peveren:
ape of ( atanh hy that imipt Lreeahle, ecu
,nni:'.'. 'pee-Jy. f if.; 11 1.' I., V ."-.'ul I li' H ,j" C.ta
-Aie.mil Kuiu ai. Ci UK ( oinph te and lii
Vlhlr. treatment. ciililptlne of oim lio'.tif ni
(ni. ai. tt lit. oni; n of ( nT.i(iiHiL Soi.vi.sT
tiid one Ni'Kiivkii IsiiAt.KH. all wrapped In oto
aikat'e. w.ih Treatipe and Direction, and mill
y all ilriik'.'i-ti for 1 m,
Vpk for S4MMKI' KaIiII'AI. Ct B,
;.'iiiT.il A?fiits WKKKS 4 POTTKK.
a a7 R few t'NFKItMENTE!) MAI.T,
Afi BJi I vtj Hnp. CatiPiva and Iron. N i
R L I menu inu like U for the
9 Blood, Krulhp. Ne ve and
J Ah.SJ l.imu'". New i t r-- li r fiiii.v
fcXi" j Y t on" weakened by ("ipeane,
D laa-. (A V iteiiility and riipp!paiou
TlaTHV I'l.Pitivernrefur l.iv.r. Kid
I gal ney and rlinrr dillli ulli.
Conif ill ai.'l sreintb for In Urate Kptnaha and
Nur-it.t' Mother l'ure.l and br.t me I'l ine
ealled Itlttem." Sold everv hi ro MAI.T BIT
TEHS CUM I'AN V. BohIou. .Map"
m. LYDIA E. PiNKHAMi
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Thf PnltlTp Ours
For all Pcmalc Complaints.
Tills pn-yaratlon, an Its name alKniflcia, comrtsta of
VeKi-'tatilo Properties that arc liAmilita to the moat del
icate Invalid. I'pon one trial the merita of thll Com
pound will lie reooirulted.aa relief Is Immediate i and
nn Its use la continued, In nlni'tT-nlne caaes In a hun.
dred.apermaneuteiirelsiiirivted.aathiHiaaniU will tes
tify. On aeeount of lt proven merits, It Is to-day re
commended and prescrilwi hjr the best physicians In
U will euro entirely tho worst form of falling
of the uterus, Iucorrhoa, IrreKnlnr and painful
Menstruation, nil Ovarian Troubles, Inflammation and
Ulceration, Floodl'iK".!! lll'laomenta and tho con
aeipient spinal weakness, and Is especially ailnptod to
the Chanifo of life. It will dlwolva and expel tumora
from the utertisln an early stiitro of development. Tho
tendency to eaneeroua humors there la checked Terr
iledily by Its use.
in fact It hoa proved to ho tha Bret
est and best remedy that baa ever licon dlanovvr
ed. It pormoatos every portion of the system, and Rivet
new llfeand vigor. It removes falntncsK,flatiilcncy, da
stroya all craving for atlmulanU, and relieves woakneaa
t the stomach
cures Bloatlnff, Ileailacbea, Ncrvoua Prostration,
General Debility, Bleepleaaneai, Depression and lndl
(Tostlon. TliatfeeUnn of bearing down, causing pain,
weight and backache, ta always permanently cored by
Its use It wUlat all times, and undcrall circumstan
ces, act In harmony with the law that goveraa the
For Kidney Complaint of either mi this compound
lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Is prei-ved nt ZD and KUS WosUirn Avenue, Lynn. Mass,
price 11.00. Blx bottlca for $.1.00. Bent by mall In the
form of pills, also In the form of boaoiiKcs, on receipt
of price, $1.00, per boi, for either, lira. 1'INKUAM
freely answer all letters of Inquiry. Bend for pain
uhlet Address naahovo HlmtUm thll jxiner.
No family should be without LYDIA a I'lNKnAM'
UT!RnU3. They ctiro Constlisitlon, DUlousneas
andTorpldlty of the Liver. WoenUPer box.
RICIIAliDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
...i., ai-etila for LYDIA K. lMNKHAM'S
inn,--...-' , ...
n slweek In yosr owntown, $5 outfit freo. No
fiftfi..? u..:,t..s.lf vnu wiiuta btiKlneaa al
fflUVr.r1, persotii ofolther lex can niitke great
I. .11 n. tint- tbevwork. wr te foV particular, to
fi'n rsy swam 'itt -j..
Continued from Sucoud pH(o.
nbription, nre continucil in (orcu until &u
It is nut a cukb culliiiLr for lurlicml con-
Htruction-lhero in no room for it-tho
r.ni.rinr Imiinil l,v rh luii-nmiru usiid liv
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i... i.... i.,... .i... .....I ,.t,i,i,
Lin: irri ipii tiLii I it. n I'll ii i:ii:ni nii'i i'ii.iii.
" ' "
Tt Im tiierefnrc mv onlnioii. hiuJ I bo re-
port. .imt, ti.e Cairo &vio.i...e. luiiroa.i
coinpuny, un-lcr said ordinance of April 10,
1DU, lias tlio riL'ht to lay down nml oiiorate
a Binlii or doulilo line of rails (and no
more) ovt-r and along said Commercial ave-
nue and nt. uinriua 6treei ana across L,eveo
teei.f tii miv ruiliit nt uliich tliu .letiot of 27,
... j ,
said company may bo located ami estab-
liahod: but that, in eiercibiiiL' such riirhts
Kaid company may be compelled to observe
and nerforiii the conditions and reunite
mcata ot said ordinance, except
in so far as tho shuio havo been
waived bv the citv. And I
believe and understand that my opinion in
this regard is substantially in accord with
th holdim? of the circuit court in the ca.e
of the Peoole &c. vs. C. &, V. H. It. Co.,
before referred to.
I further find that the city of Cairo, by
ordinance No. 4U, approved Feb'y 19, 1873,
recognizing the rigliUof the C. t V. K. H.
Co., under ordinance of April Id. 1809 as
above expressed, waived, (as I think the
city had power to do) the condition and re
iuiremenu of tho latter ordinance as to the
modo and manner of laving ito said rails
below 20th street, and provided another and
different mode (as specified in said ordi
nanco No, 4i to which I begto refer tho
council for details), which Bhould be, when
complied with, deemed "a virtual cinpli
anee Willi the condition of said ordinance
(ot April Hi, 1BW), so larastne laying 01
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t ie rails of said company below 20th street
. , , , 1 .. I
1 lurtlieriiniui.aillio City 01 ca.ro, ,y
itnir.iixa No. 20, approved Aug. 5, le'S,
landed St. Claries street sixty f.;et wide,
.i-stwardlv across tlw "100 feet strip" to
ie hDiitheasterly end of Commercial ave-
nue, as siecineu in sucn ordinance i,ih
trip being owned in fee by the city), anrt
uranted to the C.& V. H. It. Co. the right
lay down and operate across such ex-
tended street such railroad track or tracks
as will enable said railroad company to
properly ami convcntieully connect and uae
the local depot grounds and buildings ol
said company, on either side of said ex
tended street, provided the tracks so laid
shall lie planked by said company in the
same manner as is provided in the ordi
nances for planking railroad tracks at inter
section of streets.
I further fiud that the city of Cairo, by
ordinance, iu force April bth, 1079 which
ordinance appears from the petition accom
panying it and the Recitals in the ordi
nance contained to have lieen passed by
the council upon petition of owners of Lota
1 uud fJ. Il'ik fin; Lots 1 to 8, inclusive Uik
13; Lots 1 to 8, inclusive 131k 19; westerly
half 11. It. strip, from Second to St. Charles
Streets; ami whole of It. H. strip from St.
Charles Street to Mississippi
Levee: "reoresentini more than
one half of the frontage of Com-
tm-rriHl nvemie lu-Iow Sei'iiml Street. IllltlL'
.... - - - - - - - 1 --- &
the portion souglit to be used;" and would
seem in its operation to be coufiued to such
portion of Commercial avenue granted to
the C. &. V. It. U. Company, the following
1st. The riht to lay down a single
line ot rails troiu the main track
on Commercial avenue to and upon any
lots in lilock 17 011 tho easterly side of
said avenue, owned or controlled by said
company, and also ono liue of rails from
said main track to any loU in Blocks 18
and l'J and 20 on thu westerly side of said
avenue owned or controlled by said com-
pany, with switches from said main track,
nnd in so doing may cross 1st ami 2nd
2nd: The right to lay one additional
track on Commercial avenue along tho
westerly side of Block 17, not nearer than
ten feet to the line of said Block, and to
construct on said avenue along said Dlock
17, and on the westerly line thereof, a
platlorin extending to said track for the
use of the public and said railroad com
puny, and to cover the same with a project
ing roof, mid to stand passenger cars and
trains on said truck, and to start passen-
ger trains therefrom, ami to connect sau
track with tho main truck, and switch
3rd: The right to construct a platform
12 feet wide in front ol block 17, on 2nd
4th: The right for tho purpose of en
ablinu tho com puny to reach its grounds
outside the Mississippi Loveo without in
any way impairing tha Leveo embunkuieut,
to constructor earth nn incline grado on
commercial avenue, St. Charles street and
Illinois Central It. R. Btrin. or e ther of
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liieuiijr icn-r v'f .i.i.o u,vi rtuitl ICVCC,
"CAIRO A ST. l.tlL'lS HA 1 1. HOA D COMPANY."
I find thai tho city of Cairo, by onllnanco
No. 22, approved April 16, 1872, granted
to tho C.&St. L. R. R. Co. tho right of way
across such portions ot First, Third and
Fifth streets as lay nouthof Jefferson Ave-
1 ... Whinrrtnn n.,,1 r
nues, n.,u,.- VU.....I-..
t-i A.nitP w hcra thoBo avenues nro nt,.r.
" ...... -...,.1 o,l atrnntn. iimln...
soctou oy iai " ' - "
along Jefferson avenue between ,th and 1st
.TMI4S. and over ami along First street,
'Second streetftml Lcvecstreet, south of tho
. . , . 7 . .....
to tlio Oliio luver, iUDjuci 10
certain reHtrictions ana requiremcnw m
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uul nnnnco Bpecincu in rt-KurU w ...
iniinni.T of conntruction of Daid rails, np-
riroiu'.llCM tlllTL'tO &.C.
.. ... 1 1- 11.!.
The (iUOHtion miHPU in regaru w
ordinance., pawed prior to ti.e reorgani-
v-Htion ot the city under tne general law,
""i ac-cu uuuur ur Vi u, .u
company until alter sucn re-organizaiiou, g
already been passed upon in my 5
1 unilnr ilntn nf Mav I S
"- vwui... j
lStiO, herein litfore referred.
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i ce no reusou iorcuaiiKiuB um. u,u...u, 4
'. uccoruanco inerewun, nom saiu
ordinance a valid one, and tho railroad
company entitled to exercise the privileges g
thereby granted, subject to the restrictions
and requirements Bpecifled in the ordi
Bnt( - '
I finJ no 0,1,er rife'hts feinted to rail-
road companies by the city, on the streets
"an - 'd in the said resolution ot tne counsel,
other than those herein above set forth
Itespectfully &c. Wm. B. Gilbeut,
Alderman Ilalliday moved that the re
port be received and printed with the pro-
cued in-'s. Motion carried.
On motion of Alderman Saup meeting
adjourned. D.J. Polet,
r. ... , I
A Daughter Rescued.
A t ranklort (Ky. physician writes:
Some months ajjo the daughter ot one of
our rironnnent citizens was pronounceu a
. ..v- J .1
hopeless consumptive. She was very much
reiiueeil in uesn; terrible cougn, uer me
LTadually wastintr away. I recommended
her to use -'Dr. Swavne's Compound Svrun
cr AVild Cherry," which she did. In a
; . . . ... 1
short time she was tree from all cough and
oul" "u P1.01"' anu 18 , IT 1 i.t
ncaitiiy. 1 rice cenis anu mi a uoum or
, , . ,:M . the most
- - v 0 . . . - '
economical. I'repared only by Ur. ewaync
tt Son, Philadelphia. Sold by druggists.
An occasional dose of "Swaync's Pills"
should be taken to keep the bowels free,
They are excellent for torpid liver and oil-
urns complaints, bold by all tne Lairo
A Dead Saint.
A living Sinner's better than a dead Saint
and if Neuralgia troubles you, you needn't
irrunt but take Dr. Thomas' Lclectnc
Oil. Paul GSchuh, Agent.
Sami klII.Ihwin, of Ute Creek, Cfilfax
Co., New Mexico, says: If my wife would
quit work as she should at her age (61 ) she
would live years a monument to the magic
lnliuence ot the "Only L,ung l'aa. ee
The Cairo Prices Current,
Office Washington Avenue,
Tua Ca:b) Pnini-CtRK'HT Ii published every
Tuesday and Friday from lte office of The Cairo
Bulletin, and Is Intended to give a true report of
the condition of the market on day of publication,
and the pnhlisher trusts that fall and complete
t, notations will be given by the business men of the
TERMS. One cent per copy. On all orders, of
a or more, of same date, the subscriber t name
111 be printed without extra charge. Orders for
.xtra copies must be received by 10 o'clock a.
ludav of publication.
Thursday Eykmno, January 13, 1881.
The weather has moderated and a gen
eral thaw seems to have taken place
throughout tho laud. To add to the gener
al moist, sloppy and muddy condition of
the streets a slow rain set in this afternoon
with indication of being endless.
Navigation is open again to all paints,
and tonage is plenty. River rates have
changed as will be noticed in quotations to-
FLOUR We have no changes to note
in this staple either in the condition of the
market or in prices.
HA i Receipts are heavy, but are
kept pretty well worked off and prices hold
CORN Tho market is weaker and
stocks heavy. Trices are nominally un
()TS Tlin mnrkpt rnlna fttpadw and
the supply good
The demand is fair and
jn.ices uru fjem.
MEAL Wc have no changes to note.
Prices continue unchanged.
BUTTER Choice- is very scarce and in
L'ood demand. Common is overstocked
and almost unsaleable.
EGGS Very dull. There is no demand
.1.11 s 1 1
at an nnu prices are wean ana unsemeu,
POULTRY All kinds are ia active do
GAME None in market.
ArTr.F.arboicc varietica are the only
. . , ,
Kinus caueu lor.
POTATOE8-TI.0 demand is good for
cnoice Bouua reacu jjiows.
rORK-Tho packers take all hogs that
Hales and Quotations.
NOTK.-Tbo uncos here gtvonaretor sales from
first hands In round lots. An sdvance Ii
charged for broken lot.tnUlllngordurs.
200 bhi. varintia S o
;g country tancy g
ito STfamTly M
M .. U i
COSTlVENKSS:::::::::::::::v::::::::::::::riMrLKS AND BLOTllKS::::::::z:,.:::::::z:LlVKIU:OMl,LAlNT
eari prime Timothy..
Mri cbolc(j Tlmut
cara white. In hulk.
car BlMd) ,B bulk
1 ears Id balk.
lean, In aacki.,
Mri cnoice iu bulk as
No. S Red, per bu.
No. 8 Kud but
600 bbll City i 3562 40
350 aacka, delivered, fjnb lota).
1 car in lacxn, uultverea
'0 ponndi Northern roll
IKK) pounds Northern packed
400 pounds Illinois 15&1H
sou pouaaa caolce roll is
2 coops live, per doz 8 GO&9 Ml
t'ju' .i.w, yi mw.
sou nuunda drvuncd
omj cuotce, urusaou
5 COOp good mixed
2 coops bens
50 barrels Peach Blowa
1 cm in bukl
, 7 50&S 50
1 V?. TKI:r"""':: H
no bblai Micuiiiau.... s "5
pSr barrel 5 tm 00
f ressea nogs, cnoice
Dressed, " common
Dry salt Shonlders 5
" Clear sides 8
Clear Klb Sides 7?
St. Johna fl 5
Oillo Kiver 1 15
9 ounce burlaps 2 bushels.
Oat sacks, 6 bushels
Peaches, halves and u Barters 4?4'i
Applet, bright -
Choice navy $1 7j
Choice medium 1 5"
Choice, Factory ,
V lb 5fc5H
Calf, Green 1
Dry Flint is
Drv Salt 14
Green Salt - fl.c
Omen MM H 1
Sheep Pelu .... 10&0
Common Lugs 4 6nS 00
Good lugs 5 iu& 5 bo
Low Leaf Ti s '
Good Leaf. 6 MX 7 W
Medium Leaf S ux s '
RATES OF FREIGHT.
New Orleans Way
834ct wyt cts
trrj-i " s.",j cw
45 55 cts
Grain per Cwt
nay per cwt
Pork per bbl
BOOTS AND SUOKS
K A S II I OX AJU.. K
S J 0 E - M A K ill li.
Athcneum Building Coinmrrcial Av.
TTaes only the very Best Imported Stock and em
ploys, the moat competent workmen.
PRICES REASONABLE aud satisfaction
Manufacturer and dealer in Custom-made
BOOTS and SHOES.
Finest and Neatest
stock of Custom
Made Boots and
Men's wear to be
found in the city.
POmMPe wtth u
compare un 11.
N. B. All work warranted, and Repairing neatly
dono on enort nouce.
Between Commercial and
PAUL G. SCJIUJI, CAIRO, JLLS.:::
Cure Your Backache.
And all dip-eases of the Kidneys, Blndder and
Urinary Orijaua by weatlnn thu
Improved Excelsior Kidney-Pad
It la a MAKVEL of HEALING and IlELIKP
Simple, Scusible, Direct, Rain
It CTJKKH where all else foils. A H.1VELA
TION and KKVOLITION In .Medicine. Absorp
tion or direct application, as opposed 'o 11 11
satlstac.tory Interr.ul niedldnes. Send for our
treatise on Kidney troubles, eent free. Hold by
drtiuclsts, or aent by niall.ou receipt of price, $1
OrTJ!'!n"nl1a"nd,!:.en.TIIE ONLY IX Nr PAD CO
sltil Kidney Pad DhTKOIT,
Ask ror it and Michigan,
take no other. n
Manauerafor the Northwest.
Eclectric ;o:f:D Eclectfic
WoiiTii Its Weight Is jQold
CURIilS PILKS.AIb BUENS
Co to PAUL G. SCTIUII, Druggist, Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freenians' New National
Dyes. For brightness and durability of color are unequalled. Color from 3 to 5
pounds, price 15 cents.
Mendelssohn Piano Co.
Will make, for the next 60 days only, a Grand Offer of
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
SOoO Square Grand Piano for only $215.
TYT V i Masnincent liosewood case, elepantly flnlfbed, 3 strings 7 11 Octaves full patint
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serpentine nnd large fancy niouliling round case, full Irou Krume, French tirnlid Aetiou, tirand llaui
mers, In fact every improvement which can In any way tend to the perfection of the Instrument bus
been ndded .
lr-Our price for this Instrument boxed and delivered on board tho cars at New York tiO ,"T (IA
with fine Piano Cover, Stool aud Book, only C'I'). w.
Thii Piano will nc sent on test trial. Please send reference II yon do not send money with order. Cash
sent with ordi r will be refunded and freight churges paid by us both wajs If Piano is' iiot Jtir-t aa rep
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DT TljU 9'm to $inn (with Stool, Cover and Book). All strictly First-class and sold al Whole
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est durability. They arc reci ninietided by the highest pitisica) authorities In the cdtiMry. ( er 14. K0
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n V'U 0ur "I'arlnr t.rand .lubllce Organ," style :1S, is the flnest and sweetest timed l.'t td
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lour of S'i Octnves eneh. and one of three Octaves, Thirteen Hop s wlih ;riina
Organ-Diapion, Meloilla, Viola. Hute.Celeste. Imleet, Kcho, Meloilln Forte, ( elesllnii. Vlollna. Flhlc
Forlo, TmiihIo, (Iriind Organ and tirimd swell. Knee Stops ll"lgbt 'I Inches: Length, 4S In; l(ltk,
4 iu; Weight, boxed, StU) lbs. The cuse Is of solid walnut, veiieeml w llh choice woods, and 1 of an
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ntilv H7 as oue organ sells others. Positively im dclntli.i in rice Nn uvn i M n i l.'n d mill jeu
have fully tested Iheorgnn in your own home. We send nil Organ on lr.dnv test trial nml pay freight
both wave If instrument Is not a repiepeuted, Fnllv wurrnnti d for 5 veer Other aiylcs-Hstop or
gan only $(15; II slops, JH,",; 14 stops, $115. Over IW.tlH mid, and everv Organ lias given the fullest tat
Isfurtlon. UliiHtrnted circular niiilled tree. Factory unci wart-room! '57th St. and Huh Ave
XNKITT At I Jy IP nl oni'llilrd price. Catiiiogtie of :H ti choice pit cts sent for 3e 'amp. Tbls
Oil niJ L Jiuon Catalogue Inrlmlcs must of the popular intisic of the day and every variety
musical composition, by the best authors, Address,
MENDELSSOHN PJAN0C0., P.O. box Wtt, New York City.
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Full particulars In our pamphlet, which wo de
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i 1 1 LUNG DISEASES,
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keeping lioverty from your
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Benj. F. Grafton, Stort B. Ladd
II ALBERT E. FAINE.
Lato Commissioner of Patcnti,
TAINE, GRAFTON & LADD,
AUornoyi at-Lawrarid Solicitors of America! and
Foreign Patent. .
j Fiirrn street, wasiiinuton, d. o.
Practice patent law In all Its branches In th
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