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We Menu Cured, Mot Merely Iielicvei
Ami ('an I'rovu What wo Claim,
KI'llCM Hni ll(t failure llllll lill disappoint
ment, i f you are troubled will, hil.'li IIHTT
A t ' i 1 K you i n n In; easily and i,ii,kly cured, a.
hundreds Iihvi! been Hlri'inly. W shall bo picasei)
to mull a she,-! of testimonial to nny Interested.
Carter's Little Liver Tills
Also curi1 nil furtJiH nf lllliousncss, prevent Constl
patlon uml Iy j'im i u, promote Dig, stlon, relieve
d, aires from tun til-arty eating, correct Oisordci.
of tli Stomach. Stimulate the Liver, urn! Ifi-gulntc
tin- 1 1 1 1 w c I n . Tiny do all liii hy taking just om
little nll at a do.e. They are purely vegetable, do
not gripe or purge, ana are as marly perfect us
It Id m r.i-lhll' (or It illl to Im-. 1'ril'U Ii.', Celts, '., f..
$1. Sold hy druggist" even when- or sent by iiihII
CARTER Mhlili iSE CO.. Kit IK, PA.
Who want glossy, luxuriant
and wavy treses of abundant,
tH'autiful Hair must uso
LYONS KAT1IAIU0N. This
ileRant, cheap article always
makes tho Hair prow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and cures Gray
ness, removes dandruff and
itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving it a curliin:
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy Hair is the suro
result of using Kuthairou.
Obtained formw inventions, or for Improvement
on old wiifx ; fur medical or other d impounds., trade
mark and 1 at u ! , t aveuts. A - -1 1 1 1 : i u 1 . Inu-r
fereure. Appeal. Suit for Infringement, and
all ca.es ar:iti j under tin- P;itt-nt I . a . pMinpl
Ir attended 1" 1 ii v-i. t hik tiiKt have In-.-n
P V t Vi ,T, I i ,IV ,1;e i'"-"1 (';'!" ",,,v "'ill-
JlTi'l I lill , mc. i r-tn. be rntciitVd by
QP. IH'lIlg opjlllsue 111" I . .-I. I a-'-IH M-;nnrill'!il,
irid engaged iu Patent biiioni-as cn-liislv.-ly. W r.-ni
make closer searches, mid secure I'ld-nts inure
rum pi 1 y. mid with broader claims, than ihoscwho
arc remote f:--m Washington.
I YVl'VTdP " n"",,-: "r '!:' 1
ia rA M'h.T,,,,,, v.,. ,),. ,.x.
amlntitions and advi-'ss to ;ai. i.utuliiy. f of
charge. All correspondence slri,t!v oiiil'ilintlal
Price, low, and no nnr;i- tmlcs Patent Is secured.
We refer in Washington, to Mo' l'ot limner
General D. M. Key. l(--v. V. 1) I'oer Tl.i- (u rmnn
AnnrrietMi National liniik, to ollli la in the I'. S.
Pati-tit Offlre. and to s,nator mid 1 1 -1 . r iitstiu-ii
In C'mrrei: and i-iwihllv to otir rli-ntH in every
State In th rnloii and in t'anada. Ad.'.n M
C. A. SNOW&CO,,
Opposite Pat nt (Mire. Wachltuton 1. t,"
MRS. LYDIA E. PIHKHAM:
OF LYNN, MASS.
tWdia e. pinkhants
The Poaltlyp Turn
G00u Female complaints.
Uration, aa lt ruuim dlirtiin,-, comdrta of
CfVroMrtlm that arn liannlew to the nmut del-
I'lKiiume trial tho inerlu of thli Com-
Cor Mneu',r''('",'"ltr'1, ""iiaioi ami
Couilui--J ' 0"tllll"',,. 111 ninety nine rm in t hiin.
. .,...n..tilMHilii,.IT.Nt,.l n.tl.. ...... .
- l" " l"'""4IHII win ia-
. On aerount uf it" pniven merit, It In tcd.ty riv
, 'coinni('ndisl and preacrltird hy tho bout lihynleiam In
It will cum (intlrrly tho wnmt form of fulling
of tho utenia, U-ueorrlui, Irn-Kiilar and gainful
Ueiuitruatinn.allOraruutTrouhloa, InllHninmtliiti nnd
Ulceration, Floixlluira, aU DiKplacementa and the eon.
aequent (plnal weakneaa, and la eeclnl)y ailnnted to
the Change of Ufe, Itwllldlwnlve and einel tuinora
from tlio utenmlnan early lni of develnimicnt. Tlia
tendency to caneeroua humoni there la cheeked very
peedily hy lta use,
In faet It haa proved to lie the (troat
at and bent remedy that haa over been dlacover
ed. It twrniefttea every portion of the ayateni, and glvei
now ureaud vl(,'or. It n-movea falntneaa.nntulcney, do-
airoya an cravtnK tor Blluiuianta, ana rellevea weaknoaa
of the atomaeh
ftCureallloatlDK, Headaelipa, Kervoim Trnatratlon,
OenenJ Debility, Bleejilenaueai, Diiii'Halon and Indl
geatlun. That feeUng of bearing down, raiiKliig pain,
weiitht and backache, In alwaya ix-rniaiu'iit ly cured by
luuno. ltwlllataHtltiien,auduuderiill clrcunutan
oee, act In hanuony with tho law that goverua the
rorKlilneyComplalntiiof elilu'r aex tlua counwiiud
Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound
la prepared at TO and m Vtau,rn Avemie, I,ynn, Jlana.
rrlco1.00. Six bottleaform.do. Bimt hy nuUl in the
fonnof pllla, aluo In the form of Uu,.,,,,, ,m m.(.pt
...i..d ai m. ntr box. for nlti,..H . ,
T . - j in,iiA.n
freely anawera all Icttera of In-iulry. Bl,nrt f or
phlot. Addroaaaaaliovo M' Hm v,t, mvr.
Ho family ahould lie without LYI) jj, 1-mKnAM'
UVUBI'II.I-S. Thoy cure Oomrtlimtlon, DiUouaiioaa
MaTorpldlty of the Uver. M eenta uer l,x,
RICHARDSON & CO., St. LouIh, Mo.
Wholiwil" KU''"1" flf b Y 1)1 A K. 1'tNKIlAM't)
"-.Ta f iiifn -. T , a
THE DAILY. BULLETIN.
Tlio Scudikr pitMud Muiiipliiu nil right.
Iluwo in "lonely siuco tho wooilpuckcM
Tlio Fuwler will probably rftsuino her
tiiia to d iy.
The Gold Diiht cleured with nix hundred
toiii for Vickhburg.
Mr. MiiHon of the Alton in now well sup
plied with key rlnyu,
Tho Clint. Morgan left Cinointiati Mon
day for New Orlemis.
Ciipt. L. V. Kules uml JmneH Alcximdcr
of the Will Kyle are in town.
The woodpeckers have all disappeared.
Changed their qtiatti-rs Ha it were.
Tin ;ro ih but little lee passing here und
that "little" very much mortified.
('apt. N. 15. Fowler, clerk ot the Centen
nial, came down by rail yesterday.
The Grand Tower will be the next boat
for Yicksburg, leaving about Saturday.
Some people write mighty poor bands
through the telephone. Can hardly read
Wharf-boats tud steam boats all out of the
Mia.-di-sippi river, and business going for
ward us UhUal.
('apt. Dill liy Kiley returned from the
Mississippi river last evening, looking
better ufter his long 1 rip.
Mr. Wile, .second en'ineeer of the Mary
Houston, arrived yesterday by rail, and
will await the arrival of his boat.
The Mary Houston probably li ft Mem
phis hvt night, as ('apt. Miller was insured
by telegraph, that the way was clear.
The llallid iy will gi t awny for New Or-li-ans
some time to night, ('apt. Gould
n uelied here by rail yeiterday evening.
The llowurd is coming with fifteen hun
dred tons of freights- not iiicludii)'' Mr.
Frank Howe, who boarded her at Natchez
Slw will arrive about Saturday.
lie Still Lives.
Some yi -ats uo I Jr. H. V. Fierce, of the
Wi rM's Di.-pi-nsiiry and Invalids' Hotel, of
ilitll'ilo, N. V., and London, was sent fur to
Miiniue u terrible ilist ase of the knee-joint,
iulting in ulceration and extensive
.loioiing of the bone and ti-sues. 'J'he
inan'a life had b -en despaired ot by the
pu-viotis atti ndants. Amiiiitatiori at the
lhiu'h was prutiiptly lei:ii-i upon nnd
.-killfully perlormeil liy Dr. Fierce, and as
alter treatment to purify the blood and pic
vent a recurrence of the malady the doctoi V
Gulden Medical li.covery was feely pre-M-ribed.
Tin- man's system was thorough
ly ptirr!l"l and strengthened, be rapidly
LMined his health, toe stump healing nice
ly, and he ii to-day h happy man. This
ease mi- anions t)ie Ii rt iu whii h this won
derfnl b'.ond purilii r was tested. It h is
Miice manifet'-. its wonderful p iwer over
the wtrt si'iofuloii-, nnd other blood dis
eases. Taken f'r a time it so purities nnd
itreiig'li'-n t!i- system us to htronly fnr:i
t'y it t'ailiit the eiu-roachineiits of diseases.
Suld by dniL.'u'i-t"-
Minnt.i.N n. i, k. Mich., Feb. l.'th, ls7!i.
Hon. K. . I'lKiu i.:
Iear Sir I wnuld say tiiat I have sold
vour mi dieines fur seven year-.. The Gold
en Medical Discovery is the best Cough
remedy I have ever ucd and in every case
where I have recommended it, it has cured.
I have used it in my family for my children.
It cure their colds nnd coughs in a day or
two. My wife has used it several times
when down sick. It invirinbly gives im
mediate relief. Its sale increases daily.
J. 11. Kk.stku, Druggist.
A witty m in can make a jest, a wise man
can take one. It does not take either to rind
out the virtue of Spring lilossom in curing
disorders iirisinir from imrfuritics of
the blood. Constipation. Indigestion, etc.
Frice, SO cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
FACTS THAT WK KNOW.
If you are sull'ering w ith u severe Cough,
Cold, Asthma, limnchitis, Consumption,
loss of voice, tickling in the throat, or any
affection of the throat or lungs, we know
Du. Kino's Nkw Discovkuy will give you
immediate relief. We know of hundreds
of cases it has completely cured, and that
where all other medicines had failed. No
other remedy can show' one-half as many
permanent cures. Now to give you satis
factory proof that Dit. Kino's Nkw Din ov
kiiy will cure you of Asthma, linmchitis,
Hay Fever, Consumption, severe Coughs
and Colds, Htmrsness, or any Throat r
Lung disensr, if you will cnll at Geo, K.
O'llara's drug store.Cairo Ills., you can get
n trial bottle free of cost, or a regular size
bottle forifl .00 (Q)
Onic peculiar characteristic of Fellows'
Compound Syrup of Hypophosphites is its
power of decomposing the food in the
Stomach, rendering digestion and assimi
lation morn perfect. This partly accounts
for the rapidity with which patients take
on llesh while using the article.
Tlio London Ltuicet.
The "London Lancet" says: "Many a
life has been saved by the moral courage of
tho sutrerer;" and many a life has been
saved by taking Spring lilossom in caso of
Rilious Fever. Iiidio-estioii or I. Ivor nun.
plaints. Fnce, 50 cents, trial bottles 10
To all who iiru suffering from the errors
nnd indiscretions of yotith.nervoiis weakness,
curly decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will euro you, free ot
charge. This great remedy was discovered
ly a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Ininan, Station D, New York City.
A Lucky Minister.
Rev. A. J. Mallory, of Wyoming, N. Y.,
writes: Dr. Thomas' Kclectrio Oil cured
mo of bronchitis in one week. Our dealers
nil say they never sold a medicine that bus
Riven Btich complete satisfaction, for coughs,
colds, nsthmii and rheumatism. Paul 0.
CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, " JANUARY 20, 1881.
Adulterated Olive Oil.
It Is a mutter of considerable; diffi
culty to discover whether cotton-seed
oil linn been used to iidiillenilo olives
oil. lieiijaiiilii NlekeU thinks that the
spectroscope might bo turned to ac
count in (electing it presence. This
is his reasoning : W'heiiexiiiiiiiied with
a good direct-vision instrument, puro
olive oil presents a deep shadowing of
the blue or violet ray, with nu indis
tinct linu in tho given and a strong
baud in the red, und coUon-seed oil,
while giving exactly the saino sort of
blue or violet ray, shows no line iu tho
green or band in tho red. If, there
lore, a htruttiiu of pure olivo oil and a
like ono of the puro oil in admixture
with cotton-seed oil bo several I v ex
amined and compared, there will be no
dillercnce observable so far as the shad
owing of the blue nnd violet is con
cerned; but tho adulterated sample
will give hardly any line iu the green,
and the strong baud iu tho red w i ! J bo
found to have not nearly anything of
the depth and intensity presented by
the pure or standard stratum. A di
lution of iVi percent, ho says, may thus
be determined. This ineihod is not
advanced as absolute proof that there
had been cot ton-seed oil put in nn
adulterated sample of olive oil, but
only as allording strong presumptive
evidence that such bad been the fact.
Manufacture of Hells.
Only two nielaU are now used in
large bells tin and copper. The lie!
gians who are reported to excel iu mu
sical beIN, tiso to Mo percent f tin ;
the English lean to more tin, to lil
percent. Tin makes tho bell sound
bright, but it also makes it brittle,
and the reason why the English can
atloi'd to put in more of this brittle
eleiiH'iit is because they make their
bells thicker as a rule ; uml the reason
w hy ihey are made thicker is, that in
stead of being merely chimed they are
swung round ona wheel, which brings
the hammer with great force upon tne
bell; while the llelgian bells resonate
very easily, requiring but a gentle
stroke to elicit their toll tone. In a
word the llelgian bell is a musical
note, not a gong nor a drum. .Second
ly, tlio thickness and general propor
tions of the bell are of the utmost im
portance. Ihd Is vary from 1-15 to 1-12
of the diameter at tho thickest part of
the smiiid-bov,aiid the height iscom
inoiily about twelve linieR the thick,
ness. The thickness of tho bells nt
dillerent levels is all-important. The
thickness near the tup is as important
as that at the sound-bow, and Hie di
ameter of the crown as critical as the
dimensions of the rim. The deep, rich
tone of some of the smaller bells man
ufactured in this country is probably
due to the wide bm diameter, com
bined with the thinness in eerlainpor
tioiis of the sides, half way down. The
way iu which altering the thickness
allects the tone, and even the pitch, of
a bell, is shown by the fact that a
sharp bell can be flattened by shaving
oil the metal inside above t lie sound
bow; and beats have been destroyed
by scooping the bell elsewhere until
they disappear at certain point,
where on continuing to scoop, they re
appeared. All this shows how purely
tentative and experimental is at pres
ent the art f bell-founding, notwith
standing it is a business that lias been
going on for ages. The wonderful an
cient hells were constructed on prin
ciples which the masters of the art
have left us to di-s-oycr. When wo
analye their methods, we may be able
to make their bells. Si thought the
(ieriiiiiiis, when they measured and an
alyzed Rapha l and Tiutorct, and pro
duced the correct but lifeless luntrihili $
of Ary Schefler; so thought the Vuil
lanine when he imitated the very
worm-holes in the Ainatis; but for all
that the French fiddles are not Aina
tis. It may turn out that in the mak
ing of rich musical bells, like those of
Van ..Ersehodt, there is something
which cannot be taught.
Itching Files Nunptoins and Cure.
Tne symptoms are inoisiuie, like pers
piration, intense itching, increased by
scratching, very distressing, particularly at
night, as if pin w orms were craw ling in and
about the rectum ; the private parts are
sometimes affected; if allowed to continue,
very serious results mny follow. Dr.
Swayne's All-Healing Ointment is a pleas
ant sure cure. Also, for Tetter, Itch, Salt
Rheum, Scald Head, Erysipelas, Ilarber's
Itch, lUotches, all Scaly Crusty Cutaneous
Eruptions. Frice 50 cents, ; boxes for $1.2".
Sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price in currency or three cent postage
stamps. Prepared only by Dr. Swnyne &
Son, :j:i) North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. Sold by all prominent druggists in
Cairo and e sewhere,
Sway mi's Pills are the best for all bil
ious disorders. They ward off Chills and
Fever. ( 1 )
Eclectric Oil Amongst the Ease Ballisds.
.loseph Dun in herder, Rroadaw, says he
had the misfortune to severely sprain his
ankle, confining him to his room, and caus
ing extreme suH'enng. His brother "Jesse,
of the E. Side 11. Ii. grounds," who nlways
uses it in such cases, induced him to try it,
and he says that the application of the
Eclectric Oil half a dozen times enabled
him to walk round, and before ho had used
one-half of the bottle be was quite recov
ered. Paul G. Schuh, agent.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Netve Diseases,
All tits stopped free. Send to IKH Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penii.
J. S. R. Scovil.i., Morris, HI., says: AVhen
your "Only Lung Pad" came to hand, my
son could net raise bis head. He is now up
and gaining every day. See Adv.
Thousands of .ladies have found sudden
relief from all their woes by the use of Lydia
E. Pinkliam's Vegetable" Compound, tho
great remedy for diseases peculiar to females.
Send to Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, SM
Western avenue, Lynn, Mass , for pam
phlets. Aktku dinner tako ono of Carter's Little
Liver Pills and you will bo frco from
sour rising of food Jrom tho stomach.
Tumour, erysipelas, ne'icurial diseases,
scrofula and general debility cured by "Dr.
Lindscy's llo,l Bcarclicr." Sold by
How Lngllsh Lawyers Grow Rich.
From tlio London Law Times.
it is seldom that nn English Judgo
upon tlio bench condemns the execs
sive cost of litigation, and of legal
proceedings generally in this country.
Wo would that it were done more often
hardly less in tho interest of tho pro
fession than on public grounds. Wo
hope that tho strong but becoming
language iu which Lord Justice James
recently condemned tho enormous cost
of litigation will not be lost upon our
orofessioii, and especially those mem
bers of it upon whom the responsibil
ity of a heal in Parliament are now
resting. Is it wise, we ask, for law
yers to try tho experiment of leaving
laymen, both in and out of Parliament
to cut down tho cost of legal proceed
ings? Ls it not tho duty of tho legal
profession itself to take up this ques
tion and apply the necessary remedies,
some of which are already at hand?
Any htilllcient, and therefore substan
tial, alterations in legal proceed urc
must necessarily atlect large numbers
of members of the profession ; in sonio
cases adversely, and iu others to their
Among the sources which give riso
to costs, the incurring of which might
often be avoided, the following may
be mentioned: Pleadings, which prac
tice the Judicature Acts have, to all
intents and purposes preserved; tho
central, instead of tho local adminis
tration of Justice; the interests and
privileges of tho bar; the system by
which solicitors are remunerated; the
practice of the Judges iu granting new
trials; the unnecessarily large fees of
ten received by counsel, anil allowed
on taxation; the scale of costs drawn
with a distinct view of encouraging
solicitors to employ counsel, instead
ot vice versa; the delay iu dealing
w ith the High Court of Justice ; tho
uncertainty of the law as at present
administered, in tho absence of a Code,
and in view of the enormous accumu
lation of ca-e law, and by which liti
gation sometimes becomes little better
than a gambling speculation; and
finally, both branches of the profes
sion are tilled to overcrowding, and
the result is a residuum in both
branches of .speculative lawyers, who
are a danger to society.
Tiik "London Hair Color Restorer"
is the most delightful article every in
troduced to the American people and
totally different from nil other hair re
storers, being entirely free from all
impure ingredients that render many
other articles lor the hair obnoxious.
Where baldness, or falling of the hair
exist, or prematurely grayness, from
sickness or other causes, its use will
restore the natural youthful color, and
causes a healthy growth, cleansing the
scalp from all impurities, dandruff, etc.,
at the same time a most pleasing and
lasting hair dressing, fragrantly per
lunied, rendering, the hair soft
and plyable, making it an indis
pensable in every toilet.
Ask your druggist for London Hair Color
Hestorer. Price To cents a bottle. (1)
Ik you take our advice you will lose no
time in calling on your druggist for "Sel
lers' Cough Syrup" without an equal.
Price 2 cents.
HOOTS AND SLIObS
Atlieiietiin P.iiildingCoinnu'iTial Av.
T'ei only Hie very Heat Imported Stock and em
ploy tho inosi coin ei-nt workmen.
T)RIOES KKASONAM.E und satlpfactlou
AK -A v Outfit turiilKhed lrn. with full In
VI I I 1 "1 nui uitin for coudntinc the niont
t I I ll'rolitiihlebUMiiichu that any one can
fhl I Xeiijinne ill. The hiiBlncKH ia so ency
if ' v 1 1 leurti, ai A our Instructions arc ho
aiinple and plain, that any one cini
make creut prollla Irom the Mart. No one can full
who is williiitf to work. Women are aiirceaal'ul
aa men. lioys and Klrla can earn lart'e siima.
Many havo made at the hiislin-ss over one hundred
ilollara in a sluiilu week. NoIIiIiik like tt ever
known before. All wlm el.i;iii.'e lire aiirnrlKil at the
eime ami rapidity with which they arc utile to make
money. You can enuaiio In th'a IhihIm-hs during
your aparo time at ureal profit, Yoiulo noi have lo
tnvust capital in It. We take all the rlak. Thoao
who need ready monev, ahould wtire to ua at once.
All furnished free. Address TKL'K & CO., Au
OH rOAGKE'S SALE.
Whereaa. Thomas J Shores and Susan A. Shores,
his wifo, did on the llrt day of December, 1874, hy
their certain sale uiortL'nL'O.'iliily recorded In tho
recorder' ofilcc of Alexander ronnty, iu volume.
"Z," tiiitfii Hi, iiinrt(.'in.'e and sell to the under
aicneil, lots numbered twenty live (S'i) and twenty
six tSH) iu block nn inhered one ill, in tho third nil
ditlon to the city of Cairn, Illinois, to secure tho
payment of a rertaln promlsory note in said mort
eiii't! dencrlbed. Now, therefore, default Imvltig
been mndeln the payment of said note, I will nu
dernnd by virtue of tlio power of sale la aaid
IllortKiU'" contained, sell
ON MON DA Y.JAN UA HY 24. tssil,
at Hie hoiirof it o'clock iu the afternoon of paid
dnv, at tlio westerly door of the court himao. in
snld Alexander county, nt pHhlic vendue, to tho
highest bidder for cash In liand, tofelher Willi all
rliiht and equity of redemption of tho said mort
gagors, their heirs and asalens therein, th prop
erty above described, to satlufy said note, Interest
PATRICK TOPE, MorttfAKoe.
CliiKRN A On. tiEicr, Attorney.
a week In your own town, $5 outfit free. No
risk. Header, If you want business at
sf v v which persona of either can make great
day all the time thoy work, wrlto for particular to
11. UAbUJH i a i.'u roruauu
I) r a ci ci
c tj&y ' L.
CuiaE Yomi Backache.
And all diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder and
Urinary Organs hy wearing tho
Improved Excelsior , Kidney-Pad
It I a MARVEL of HEALING and RELIEF
Simple, Sensible, Direct, Pain
ItftntKS where all ilsefalls. A REVELA
TION and REVOLUTION in Medicine. Absorp
tion or direct apidicntlon, as opposed o un
sutlslactory Internal medicine. Send for our
trealisu on Kidney troubles, sent free. Sold by
drui;L'lsts, or sent by mail, on receipt of price, Jj
Oinalaiid'en-THEOXLY LT N'O PAD CO
nine Kidney Pad , DETROIT,
Ask for It and ATii-liiimn
take no other. MILlllgan,
Manager for the Northwest.
AVortk Its Weicjiit L Gold
CURES PILIilS AND BURNS
CURIAS PILES A.NT BURNS
CURES PILICS AND BURNS
Sold by all Druggists.
Go to PAUL O. SCIIUII, Druggist,
Dyes. For brightness and durability
pounds, price Pi cents.
Mendelssolm Piano Co.
Will make, for the next 60 days only, n Grand Offer of
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
8.150 Square Grand Piano for only 215.
STYLE ,3 5l'ignlllrent Rosewood case, elegantly flnlshed.3 strings: 1-3 Octave nill patent
hi , , . a i c""',""l'u"r our I"-'"' l"""'! overstrung scale, lie.mtilul caned legs and IvreVrivy
n U rne?n? ''T f"'"'5' n'"U l"".K, r?t,ml c.wl, ful1 ,r"u F,H,m'- Fr,'"r A "". rM
h enaddel 5 I,r0Vl'm,'U U,ch "n 1,1 WV tend to the peiieeliot, of the Itislrun e. t as
t'Our price for this Instrument boxed and delivered nn hoard tli
h tine 1'iano Cover. StooHind Hook, only
hi l'lann u ill n ai-iil on tout irl.l IM.n.. .....
. . . .1.1. i A i ; . . . - ' 1 " c " reierence u you no no send money w ith onler. Cash
sent with on, r will be refunded and freight charges paid hy us rolh w)s if P I a i io I ri t it 1 1 ' I a re n-
fante'd7or"ve ;eraV:'rl l",,U','l Th"'" ud Tor Ca.alogie. Evety iZnnuZ lu"y vifr-
P I A ( l '!f5 1 (wl,tU St0.?-'.' CoV'r ,nd Pook- A" ,rll''l' First-class aim ,old at Whole
1 1 Al UO 'V ,f,".'; ,,r' " ''i1" 1 ''"" nitU- one ot the finest displat s at tl e l e utei " , ul
. , ti.hil" "" nd woru """'ilmoiisl, recommended for the lilgl" st llorors 1 1 e
Square conta n our New Patent Scale, tho greatest Iniprovenact In the history ( 1 ' uno i ikl ,i' Th
I pr ights are the finest In America. Positively we make the lit est Pit os "of the rlel est t, J "a if 'great
est diitabi-iiy. They are rec, ri.mei.ded by the highest musical atithorill - "it tl,' r in In ( v r 14 HO
AT l)"ri;'1,Bflofi'llJh'M)rgn,"tyt...T..ith finest and sweetest tnmd Itecd
UJUjill0 S,,f!i!'r!', !'rt' ' nmstciil public. It coiitiilns l-'lve Octaves, Elve sets (,,', .
, r(r.- Octaves each, and one of three Octaves, Thirteen Sli i s will, i;Vi,t ,1
OrgH.,-D.aps,n Melo, la, Viola Hnto.Cclostc. Dulcet, Echo, Melo.li, -Emte i(,, , 'yi, L', '
rorte, 1 r molo. Ili-aiul Organ and irand-well. Kneo Stop lMght T-l In 1 I ... . h !.?.
4 in : Weight boxed. aw) lbs Thecase 1 of solid wain'..., v - let d v! 1 1 h choice w oo d s' ard f
eullrely m w and bennl u d( s gn i-lalioralelv carved with ruin o .T..1 J ,,.ii i . ' i ,H ' ' ?n
fretwork. Etc., all elegnn.ly lll,,cd 1 osseVs es .1 ,Ue , T .i.rov.'ll . f I? i ni. e "P, "u""'
depth, brilliancy and s, mpaihelic qtiHllty of tone. IVaiiii ul mVii i ill i-i ni il ii'ih, ,! i,r ' ''o"''
Regular re all price Jtsv .-in- whol'esale'nel cash , rice to I i'v- i t I n i rni! need wl t 1 1 d"fc.! k
only '.7-M one organ sells other. I'osillvelj in v in, f. I, n, )-,,, e . , i e I , I i , il v '
have fuily tested theorgsn In your own home. We icnd i ll (irei ns on iV ('i 4. -1 .- , ; . . , .. V,' ?1
lio.l, wins If liis.rumi-ii. I- ,,oi represented, l'ullv war , for ' " r , I '
gun only $!.': Ii stop, gs:,: 14 stops, SI l.V Cv-r:w.lin sold, nnl ev.rv 'Oicai, hi. ,, 7i,n P. T"
isfarllnn. Illustrnteil circular mailed tree. -,in imd a e ,, ,Jf,7, M , d II - , A
S11 EET 31 IISKJ '."r"11 'T'T' -'d a log u e of 'ill' ll i' hoi ce pii ee sent lor lie ' nnp 11,1.
J ".1 compos!,!,! ;v:,si:;1!::rs':"u"
31ENDELSS011N PIANO CO.. P.O. box 20iaf New York City,
(1 HAY'S SPKCIFIC MK.MCINK,
TRADE MHK.Th Croat Engllsli'lKADK MAItK
Hemedv, an un
failing' ruio for
Sper in a t cirrhni',1,
luipoteiicy, and an
diseases thai fol
low a a conse
nuencu of self
lassllude, pali'Mi tho hack, dlm-ift. n'ti
ness of vision, premature old age.""" anaug,
and many other disease that lead to Insanity ur
coiisiiinpthiii and apreuiaturo griivo,
Full piii tlcular in our piiinphliit, which wo du
sire to send free by mall to every ono. The son.
clllc medicine Is sold hy all druggist nt Jl per
I'Ui auift-, on r.-in, tree oy mail oil
receipt of tho inoiiKy hv addressing 'I'll IC OHAV
MEDICINE CO., No. H Mechanic Tilock. Detroit
Mich. Sold In Cairo by llarcluy ltroa., Puul O
Schuh and Oeo. K. O'llara.
JL Outfit sent free to those who wish to en
Lilt Ll gi:t lathe most pleasant and prolltablo
anusinos Known, Averytiiing now.
Tr r I Caiiiial not renulred. Wo will furuUh
everything, flna dayHtid upward 1 yet
easily made without Huylnn away from
nomo over login. i-n risa wuniever. Many new
wnrk"r wanted at onco. Many aro making fort
nno a ithe business, Ladle make a much aa
men, and vouni? boy and girl tnaan great pay. No
one wno I willing to work fall to make more
money every day than ran tie made Iu a week at any
other employment. Those who engag atone
will And a ihnrt road to fortune. , Addrem II.
IIALLETT A CO,, Portlaud Main.
! , t . Bjljl
! , MSIMM((,,MMaa tJ
.!.! , .tt
Cures by ABSORPTION (Nature's way
A 1 1 LUNG DISEASES,
It DRIVES INTO the yitetn curative agent
and healing medicine.
It DKA WS f ROM tho diseased part the poison
that causn death.
TUOUSANDS TESTIFY TO ITS VIRTUES.
You can be Pelieveil and Cured
Don't despair nnlil you have tried this sensible,
Easily Applied and RADICALLY E I
V E C T U A L Heniedy
Sold by druggists, or sent by mall on receipt of
price. .'.U0, by
noniliidmirTHEONLY IPSO PAD CO.
book -Tlireo DETROIT,
Millions a i. ar , . '
Sent free, Michigan.
Manager for tho Northwest.
PRICE 50 cents and $1.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freemans' New National
of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 3
0- l ).l)U.
A ...r i .. . .. ,vv
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TT O r 1vonruiveby making mon-l-l
I J I I JV when a golden chance la
I I 111 I II rmw. thereby alwaya
LXJLJjLjl keeping poverty from your
door. Those who alwaya
. i tako ndvantiiito of thu good
chance Tor making money tl,t are offered, general
ly become wealthy, while III, me who do Hot lill
prove uch chiuic.ea remain In poverty. We want
many nien, women, boys and girls to i(o work font
right In their owu localltle, Tho biimes will
pay more than ten time ordinary wage. We
ftirtilsli an expenenlve outfit and all that you
need Iron. No one who engage fall to mako
money rap illy. Vou can devote your whole time
tn lno work, or only your par moment. Full
information and all that I needed et,t frco. Ad
lire STINSON A CO,, IMljujLJ lm
Bkkj. F. GrtAKTON, Stouv IJ. Ladd
llALHKIlT K. PAINS.
Late Conimlarloner of Patent,
TAINE, GHAFTON & LADD,
Attorney at-Law and Hotlrltora of Anerlcaa and
412 FIFTH 8TKEKT, WASMNOTON, D. C.
Pructlr patent law in all It branch In tha
Patent Oflleo, and In th. Hunrea, and Circuit
Court of the United State, fimnhlrt tent n-ua-
on receipt of tanip fur jioatag