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THE DAILY 0AIIl6 BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1881.
We Mean Cured, Not Merely Relieve.
And Can Prove What m Claim.
tyrhore are no failures aud no disappoint
mmitw . If you are troubled with biCK HEAD
ACHE you citn b easily and quickly cured, a
huudrud have been already. We shall be pleased
li mall a sheet of testimonials to any luteresteci.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
AUn cure all form or biliousness, prevent Cnmil
patlon and Dyspepsia, promoto Digestion, relieve
dutress from too hearty eating, correct Disorders
of the Stomach, bUtnufuiu the Liver, and Uegulaui
1 hi! Bowels. They do all this by tsklrni jnsl one
little pill at a dose. They am purely vegetable, do
not grip or purge, aou are as nearly perfect a
It is possible for a pill to be. I'rlce 25 crt Is, 6 for
11. bold by druggist everywhere or sent by mall.
CAIlTKK AlEDlL'lNE CO.. KttiK. J'A.
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAMi
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
Th Po'ltiv Turn
For all Female Complaints.
Thl preparation, a lu nun .lirnifto, cooaUt of
Yttfttable PrurUea that are tureiliM to ttw mot del
(cat tniralid. I'puo oo trial the merit of thia Com
pemad will to reimitnuwd, aanllef 1 lmmndlal ; and
wbca Itt u Is rontlmiid, In ninety nln caaca In a bun.
dred. aprmianentrarelaHIwtblMttKiaauda will tev
tifjr. On account of lu proven tarlu, It I to-day r
eomoMivkdaod proacrilA-d by tb best physicians In
It wUl cor otlnly tb mont form of fmilln
ol tb sums, Lctteorrbo. Uretrular and painful
MccutruaUuo, all Orarlan Trout, Inflammation and
Ulceration, floating, all DUplaewnU and tb con
wioent .plnal wtaJa, and l wyecUU adapted to
th Chang of Ufa. It U1 dbaolra and expel tumor
from tb ntcrualn an early tar of dfwlotaueot. Tb
Undenry to eancerou humor there la ehcckad very
aimdlly by lu a. ,
In fart It baa proved to b tb fraat
m and bt remedy that kaa ever bern cUacotar
d. It permeate crery portion of tb fyitem, and(lTa
new Uf eand vljrur. ltrtu-vi-falDtD.flatnlDT. de
stroy all erarlog for stimulant, and ftlierea feaknni
f tb atoma-h
fi cure Bloating, ItMulachca, Khttki Froavatlon,
Garal Debility, akvplnmina, bcproaloa and loill
(Mtlod. That feeiinf of bearing don, cmualng pain,
weight and backache, la alwaye pvreianently eared by
ttaaaa. It wlllat all Umca, anl uixlrrall clmimitan
eea, art In hannooy with tba law tliat w tb
For Kidney Cocnplauitaaif ithvr ri thl compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
U prepared at ta and tS WeaUro Atemi. Lynn, Ham.
Irka 1.M. Six boUkaforrlCA. Sent by mall In tb
form of plll.alaoln tb farm of loaenirea, on receipt
of price, 11.00, per boa, for either. Mr. ItMUUal
freely annreri all biter ol inquiry. eVod for pant
phlet. Addreaa a al?e Mrntwn Ihu paprr.
Ho family abouldb without LTPIA K. 1'INKrUM'
LIR riUS. They cure Cofurt!itl'n, BUIoutneat
ad Torpidity of tbe Lifer. eenta oer boa.
RICHARDSON & iV., St. Louig, Mo.
Wholfial ageuia for LYDIA K. I'INKHAM'8
rpilK CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. HALLIDAY, President.
H. L. 11ALI.IDAY, Vice Proaldont.
TU03. W. I1AL1.1DAY, tahier.
.fTaaTSTATLOR, w. P. HALtintl,
BBKHT L. HiLLIDaT, R. H. d'HNlNODiM,
). o. wuxtAiiaoM, rraruBN imo,
B. H. UANIill.
Kxchauge, Coin and United States Bouda
BOUGHT AND HOl.D,
Dopodltcrecolved and a general Unking liunlneaa
s.. ...it I..M.Ial,n1 Ir.t tl'lth Aill 1
lllj I I Vstriictloti for coiidHcting the moat
f Ml I FiicK0 in. Tho btislnesit la so tuey
W v to learn, ardour inntructious are so
' ' simple and plain, thai ,V one cs
make great pronts from the start. No one citn loll
WHO 1 Wl ing tO worn. Timnuu ..w".v -.
-A - .... lurtrn mm.
as mun. noya aim v au .-.p.- -
Many have made at tho business over on hundred
do ara in a single ween. i'"""n , -
Known DCIOro. llnurnwc .,r, . ,r ....
oaae and rnpldlly wtlh which they are able to mivke
money. You can engage In this busliicss dnrmif
your spare time at greatproiu. i o imo imm u .
invest capital in It. We Uike all tho risk. Those
wuo neen reany money, ruoumi "mu n i v..
All furnished free. Address TKL'E A CO., -An
1 1 I I T "Tv Yourselves by making mon
HIJl I I fey when golden chanco I
ill I I offered, thorobv alway
I I IXJ-JL keeping tiovorty from yf
" door. Thoao who alway
tnkaadvautan of tho good
chances ror maaiun mm.ny u1Hl Sr8 offered, general
! hunltin wea thy. While tllnan ulm rin tint lm,
prove auch chances remain In poverty. Wo want
many men, wui"""! r J ' H" o on wur ioru
lhl In thnlr own localllloe. Thn hnalneaa III
pay mor than ton time ordinary" wages. W
furnish au expensenslv outilt Utf nil that you
nond free. No one who engagea rails to make
money rnpldly. You can oovote your whole time
to thn work, or only your tpare momenta. Full
Information and all that is "!'.t'ue? nn free Ad
N4 IV fi
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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Subajorlption II t t e J
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B mall tin advanul ana year
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Pottage In all caaei prepaid.
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HubaequentIn:rtlona, per quare w
Kor one week, per equaru jjo
Ker two weoke, per aquare 4 W
Kor thrue weelta, 8 '
Kor one mouth .' TOO
Kscb additional qnare.. 0
Funeral notice 1 00
Obituartca and reaoluttona paused by aoUetlea
ten cent per line,
bvatka and tnarrlagea frea
Flratlnaertion, per aquare 100
ttiKht llnea of aolld nonpareil conautnie a aquare
tMDlaved advertlacmenl will be charged accord-
ne i tbe aoace or.cooled. at above rate there be
ing twelve Hue of aolld type to tbe Inch.
ToreLnilaraflvortlaera we oflwr aoperior induce
mentf, both to rated of charge and manner of
dlaplayiug their favora.
Local uoticei twenty centa per line for drat lner
tiou; teu centa per line for each aubaequent Inaer
tion Tkla paper may be found on flle at Geo. P. Howell
t Co.'a Newspaper Advertialus Bareau, (10 Bprnce
troet) where advertialng contract may he made
,r it In New York.
Communication npon aubJecUof general Intereit
to the public are at all timea acceptable. Rejected
maBaecrtpt will not be returned.
Letters and communications ahonid he aaareaseo
K. A. iluruett Cairo IlllnoU "
Gu Kowler Paducah
Paris C. Brown Cincinnati
Vint Shinkla Cincinnati
C. W. Anderaon Nashville
Gua Fowler Paducab
Pant C. Brown New Orleans
Andersn - Nashville
TlicGug Fowler will leave for IViucah
The Coun. Millar, for Memphis, will be
The Clias. Morgan is Two days out from
The river is reported to be falling all the
way up to Pittbur.
The R. R- Spriuger left New Orleans yes
terday for Cincinnati.
All the boats arc doing business, in fact,
getting more freight than they can carry.
The Paris C. Brown came down last
oieht at about nine o'clock, and left at ten
for New Orleans.
Up to the time of going to prcca, the
John A. Scudder had not arrived, but will
probably be here by noon to-day.
You may look tor the John S. Hopkins,
the Kvansvillo and Cairo packet, to-day.
She left the former city Tuesday.
The ice is pa-sbing this point, but will
not in any way interfere with navigation, it
being too light to do any damage.
Captain Ambrose, of the T. T. Hillman,
informed us that ke would be read? for
passengers and freight by Monday next.
The llatboat, Louis Herbert, has been
heard from, and according to report, she is
getting along "swimmingly," so to speak.
The Cold Dust sailed for Vicksburg yes
terday, at 4:30 o'clock p. m., and was
heavily loaded with miscellaneous freight.
The Clifton was cut down by ice in the
Kentucky river, with water up to her pilot
house. She will be raised when the liver
Over one hundred aud aixty-thrcc barges
and flat boats have been destroyed this
winter by the ice, between here and pitts
t'apt. J. C. Willis and daughter, Miss
Fannie, and a Miss Harrington, from
Metropolis, came down on the Qus Fowler
The C.W. Anderson got away from our
wharf yesterdny, about noon, for Nashville.
llor freight, at this port, consisted princi-1
pally of grain.
The Commercial's special says Captain
Dugan is at work saving the ..Etna, sunk in
the Louisville harbor by ice. The hole in
her hull is 22 feet long and 20 inches wide.
Her bow is out and her boilers are under
The "London Hair Color Restorer"
is the most delightful articlo every in
troduced to the American people and
totally different from all other hair re
storers, being entirely free from all
impure ingredients that render many
other articles for the hair obnoxious.
Where baldness, or falling of tho hair
exist, or prematurely grayncss, from
sickness or other chuhcr, 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, frngrantly per
fumed, rendering tho hair soft
and plyable, making it an indis
pensable in every toilet.
Ask your druggist for London Hair Color
Restorer. Price 75 cents a bottle. (1)
To all who arc suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth.nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will cure you, frco ol
charge. This groat remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Inman, Station D, Now York City.
Mun. J. B. Wu0N, Tiffin, Ohio, says;
I have worn an Improved Excelsior Kidney
Pad, and received moro relief than from all
remedies I have, ever tried. I cheortully
recommend it to all sufferer' Bee Ady.
."I Acknowledge tho Oorn."
, Tho origin of tho phrase, "I acknowU
edge tho corn" is this: In 1828 Mr.
Stewart, a member of Gigress, aid
in a speech that Ohio, Kentucky and
Indiana sent their hay stacks, corn
fields and fodder to New York and
Philadelphia tor side. Mr. Wlckliffe,
of Kentucky! called him to order, sny
ing that thoso (jtitlex did not send hay
stacks or corn lields to Now York for
salo. "Well, what do you send, thenP"
asked Mr. Stewart. "Why, horses and
mules, cattle nnd hogs." "Well, what
makes your horses and mules, cattlo
and hogs? You K-ed one hundred dol
lars' worth of hay to a horse. You just
animate and get on Up of your nay
Htack and rido it off to market. How is
it with your cattlo? You make one of
them carry lifty dollars' worth of hay
or grass to tho eastern market. How
much corn does it take to fatten a hog?"
"Why, thirty bushels." "Tlion vou put
thirty bushels into the shapo of a hog
and make it walk off to tho eastern
market." Then Mr. Wicklill'o jumped
up and said, "Mr. Speaker, I aoknowl
edge tho corn."
C'leau head and voice, easy breathing,
sweet breath, perfect smell, taste and hear
ing, no cough, no distress. These aro con
ditions brought about in Catarrh by tho use
of Sanford's Radical Cure. Complete
treatment for $1.
The correct thing to do when 0110 has a
cough, or an attack of rheumatism, is to
use Dr. Thomas' Lclectric Oil ; or if one
has a valuable horse afflicted with some of
the diseases or hurts which horseflesh is
heir to, use tho biiimj reliable means of
cure. Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
A Coiiffh, Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. Neglect frequently re
sult in an Incurable Lung disease, or Con
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma, Uronchitis, Loughs, Catarrh, and
the Thro"t Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers aro subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
givo perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 25 cents a
Tens of thousands ot dollars are sqander
ed yearly upon traveling Quacks, who go
from town lo town professing to cure all
the ills that our poor humanity is heir to.
Why will not the public learn commou
sense, and if they are suffering from Dys
pepsia or Liver complaint, invest a dollar
in Spring Blossom, sold by all druggists
and indorsed by the faculty; see testi
monials. Price, 50 cents, trial bottles 10
The Cairo Prices Current.
Office Washington Avenue,
The Cairo PaicisCfRuiitT is published every
Taotday and Friday from tho office ofTui Cairo
BtnxETtif, and it intended to give a true report of
the condition of tbe market on day of publication,
and the publisher trust that full and complete
qootatloni will bo given by the bntlnest men of tbe
TEUM3. One cent per copy. On all order of
S5 or more, of same date, the subscriber' name
will be printed without extra charge. Order for
extra copies must be received by 10 o'clock A. .,
day nt publication.
Tni'KSDAT Even'o, Feb'y 3d, 1881.
The weather although cool, has been
clear and pleasant to-day.
The river is falling steadily, and is al
most clear of floating ice. The Ohio is
open to Cincinnati, but the Mississippi is
The market continues without any
material change, and its condition is about
tho same as regards the different articles
handled by commission merchants.
FLOUR Steady and firm with light
receipts, and only a moderate supply.
HAY The demand is good for strictly
choices, and prices hold firm. Low grades
are neglected. The supply of all kinds is
CORN Tho demand is good and sup
ply light. Trices hold firm.
OATS-Tho supply is moderately large,
and the demand fair.
MEAL Firm and unchanged.
BRAN Steady at previous quotations.
BUTTER Choice is scarce and wanted.
Common is in hill stock and dull.
EGOS Dull; very few in market; deal
ers find it difficult to mako sales at present
POULTRY Chickens are scarce and in
good demand. Tho samn may bo said of
APPLES-Choice varieties ore in good
POTATOES Steady and unchanged.
Wales and Quotation,.
NOTE. Tho tiricot hero Riven ro lor talcs from
. first band In round lots. An advance It
.. charged for broken lotsinllllluiforders.
WW bhl Vartou 8 003105
1X) " lanry 5
40 ynrlou grade 4 WJ 75
! x? i SJ
S choice f
300 choice family 8
150 choice..".. ........ .. ........ 0
8 car prlmo Timothy , , ,
fl car good lted Tonf
a iinra tiiuice ( imotby ....
1 car choice mlxod.......
t , , ( !
MtMMMt) MINMH f t ) MWMt )
9 car white. In bulk t
5 Car mixed, in hnllr
10 car white, in sack....
1,000 sack white, at point below....
1 cart tn balk
Scars. In narks
7 cara In bulk
x care neary, in bulk
No. I Red, pit bu,
No. x Ited Sea
R00 bills City
M.. 4 OMJ,i Wl
2'jO sack, delivered, (job lots)..
3 0 pounds choice Northern, packed ........ 25
fiOO ponndt Nortborn roll M Iflft'JO
nn ponndt Illinois roll 1415
live, per dor. 8 C4il0 00
!) pound dressed i-j
5 dor.f.n dressed geese . 4 0031 50
i coop good mixed .
5 coop hent
3 dozen dressed
3 MitA 50
8 On) SO
Per bead 11&U
100 bbl 4 75
6) barreli choice Karly Rose, ced
lusack. r bushel
Per bhl M 7 503.8 60
50 bbl a choice
H) hbla. Wine Sapa.
loo bbl. Michigan..,
lixi bbls. Jenllana
Per barrel 5 530 03
Venison carcast - 5
" saddlit 8
Wild turkeys each 4'3 WJ
Qnnlls, per dozen 1 )
15 dozen tiabbilt.,
Pressed hogs, choice 5
1.1 v 4
Drvseed, " common 4H
Dry salt Shoulders 5
" Hams 8
" Clearsldes 8
' Clear Rib Side ... 7X
bt. Johns ?1 a
Ohio River 1 15
2i bushel burlaps.
8 bushclt "
5 buahelt "
Peaches, halves and quarters 434
Choice navy 71
Choice medium - 1 50
Choice. Factory 114ai2
f'ommnn Lug 4 50&5 00
Good Hiuf 5 iKXf 5 f0
Low Leaf 5 7WJ 50
Good Leaf. 8 MXii 7 to
Medium Leal 8 OUQ 8 50
RATES OF FltCIOUT.
Memphl NewOrleant Way
15 eta iiV-cln 2TW ct
liny per Cwt
Klour per bbl
Pork per bid
r:",i " n
45" 5 ct
50 ' b7J,CU
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, June 7th, and until tnrthor
notice tbe ferryboat will make trip a follow:
LBAVI HAVXt I.IAVSI
Fot Fourth it. Missouri Land's. Kentucky Ld'g.
8:0fla, m. S:80 a. m. B a. m.
16:00 . m, 10:30a.m. 11a.m.
8:00 p.m. tl :mt p. m. 8 p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 6,00 p.m.
p. m, 1:110 p.m. 8 p. m
GRAY'S RrKCIFIC MEDICINK,
TRAD! MARK.Th Groat English 1 HADE MARK
Remedy, an un
failing cure for
diseases that fol
low a a conse
quence of self
t)r. p.uj aonsot m ios or.
asslttide, pair 'n the back, dim-J M 4.V1.
ness of vltlon, prematura old ulav
and many other disease that lead to Insanity ot
consumption and a premature grave
Full Particular (none namiihlet.
sirs to send fro by mall to every one. The ape-
die medicine ia sold by all druggists at 81 per
package, tlx for $5, or will be tout tree by mall on
receiptor the monty by addressing THE GRAY
MEDICINE CO., No.S Mechanic nlock, Detroit
Mich. Hold tn Cairo by Barclay lirot,, ral O
Bchuh and Geo, K. O'Uaxa.
BILLI OUSNESS r::z::::z:arz:r.:.".DYSPEIVlA
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by PAUL G. SCI1UU, CAIRO, ILLS.-.: B
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r0RTii Its AVeigiit In Gold
FACTS! ITA.CTS !
HENRY CLEMOXT, Almonte, O., says he wus thoroughly disubled by Chronic
Rheumatism, that he usted two bottles and is radically curstl.
fiW. IIEWETT, Monteray, Mich., says it works like a charm, and can't be beat for
Coughs, Colds, Rheumatism and Neuralgia.
J. W. MILLER, Columbus, O., says that a couple of doses cured his child of Dip
theria, after all other remedies had failed.-
JOHN WAERNER, 1 17.J Michigan street, Buffalo, bays he has been troubled for
years with Rheumatism of the knoe, !ut Kclcctric Oil has cured him thoroughly.
O. E. Comstock, Caledonia. Minn., says: whilst suffering from inflaniatory Rheuma
tism one application gave iustant relief, and two bottles cured him.
IS IT NOT WORTHY OF A TRIAL ?
Sold by all Druggists. TRICE 50 cents and 81.00.
Oo to PAUL G. SCHUH, Druggist, Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freemans' New National
Dyes. For brightness and durability of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
pounds, price 15 cents.
a ill g
Cure Youii Dackaciie.
And all (IiM-aKet of the Kidneys, Bladder aLd
Urinary Organs by wearing the
Improved Excelsior Kidney-Pad
It is a MARVEL of HEALING aud RELIEF
Simple, Sensible, Direct, Pain
It C'TritKs where all else fail. A REVELA
TION and KEVOLl'TION In Medicine. Absorp
tion or direct, up lie l Un, as opposed o un
satisfactory internal medicines, benii for our
treatise on Kidney troubles, sent free, bind by
drugnlMts. or siut by mail, ou receipt of price, i
ong.id'en.TIIE ONLY LOG PAD CO
nine Kidney Pad DETROIT,
Ak for It aud Michigan
Manageri for the Northwest.
Used and approved by the leading
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
The most Valuable
CATARRH, HEMORRHOIDS, Etc. Also for
. Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Croup
rTry mem. no ana ou cent sues
CBAXD MEDAL AT THE PHILADEJJMIIA '-ff- 1
ttlLVIJt MED kV AT TBh PAHIS EXPOSITION. COLGATE & C0..N.Y.
Mendelssohn Piano Co.
Will make, for the next 00 days only, a Grand Offer of
PIANOS AND .ORGANS.
8050 Square Grand Piano for only 8245.
STYLE ft VaRiiinVentltiisewoodcaso, elcuantly finished, 3 strlncaT 1-3 Octave full patent
" cuntiintonirratres, our new patent overstrung scale, beautiful carved lepB and Ivre heavy
serpentiue aud larjro faucy uiotildlnn round case, full Iron Frame, French timid Action, Grand 11am
niers, In fact every lmprovctm ijt which ;an in any uy tend to the perfection or the Inst rumeut bat
KT'Otir price for this Instrument boxed and delivered on board thn cars at New Yerk CM 4 K flA
with line Piano l over, Stool and H ok, only C."iO.Ulr.
Tins Plauo will lie sent on test trlnl. Please Rend reference it ymt do not send moiiev with order. Cufh
sent with ordi r will be refunded and freight rhurxeK paid hv ns hoth way If Plimo I not Jtut a rep
resented In this advertisement. Thousands lu ttso. bund for C atalogue. Every Instrument fully war
ranted fur live years.
1)1 A Vht! iW"?ino (with Stool, Cover and Honk). All strictly First-class and sold t Whole
I lAINUO 'alu f'"'try pilees These l'innes mnilenneol the finest display at the Centennial
Exhibition, and wore nnaulmonsl) recommended lor the lllLhtat Honors. Th
Squares coultiln our Now Patent Hcale. the created Improvenienl In the history of Piano tuaklne. Tie.
Uprights aro the lluest In America. Positively we make the finest Pianos, of the richest tone ana crest
est durability. They aro reetmmeiided by the hlehcot musical authorities in Hie country. Over 14. uO
In use, aud not ono disMitlslleit ptirctinser. All Pianos and Organ sent on 1" days test trial freight
free If unsatisfactory. Don't fail to w rile us before buying, Positively we otltr tbe cost bargains. Cat
aloguo nuil led free, lliimlsome Illustrated and Descriptive Catuloetie i f 1f pagtt mailea tor 3c stamp.
Every Piano fully warranted for fl years.
.Dl A VCt Our "Parlor Orand Jubilee Organ," style 35, is the finest nnd sweotcst toned liced
UllTiln organ ever ollered the musical public It contains Five Octaves, Five sets heeds,
J rijiirofS'4 Octaves each, and one of three Octaves, Thirteen Stops with Grand
Organ Diapson, Melndln, Viola, Miite,Celcsle, Dulcet, Echo, SleltKlin-Frte. I clestlna, Vlolina, Flnte
Forto, TmiihIo. (irand Ortian unit Orand-twell. Knee Stop Il-lght 74 iiiehes: Length, 43 In: Width,
4 In; Weight, boxed, Mi lbs. The case Is of solid walnut, veneered with choice woods, and I or an
entirely new aud bountiful deslen. elaborately carved, with raised patiBcl. music closet, lamp stand,
fretwork, Ktc, alleleganlly finished Possesses the latest and best Improvement, with gn at power,
depth, brilliancy and sympathetic quality of tone. Heuuttlttl solo ifiecls ai d pertect slop action
Regular re all price "ur wbble.ale nel cash rrlec to have It Introduced, with tlool and book,
ouly $T as on ; organ sell others. Positively no deviation in price opavn.ent renuln d ut til vou
have ntlly tested the orgi'ti in your own home. We send sll Orgiins on 15 (lavs test trlnl and pav freight
hoth ways If Instrument ia not aa represented. Fullv warrant, d for 5 yeara Other a'vles-S'ston or
gan only JB5: 9 stnpv 14 stops, ill.V Ovr8S.oo sold, and every Organ has given the toilet at
Isfactlon. Illustrnled circular mailed tree. Factory and wareroom. B7th bt. and Huh Ave
STI WV ll IIS If! ?,' ou1,,-tulr!1 l,rl,'.' Cataiocue of Sts U choice pli cet sent for 8c amp Tb!
kijiiijj a. A' , , , Catalogue include most of th popular music of the day aud every variety
musical composition, by (he best authors, Addres,
MENDELSSOHN PIANO CO., P.O. box 20S8, New York City.
OAK TIMBER LANDS
8 000 to 10,d00 acres of good White Oak Timber
Land sultnhl for a Stave Fnetory and Saw M 1,
employing SO to 100 meu. Address, giving lull de
scription of timber, oil, title, distance from river
or railroad, price, term. c
WM. BROWK.SiaiD DeKalb St., St. Louta.Mo.
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Cures by ABSORPTION (Nature's way
i 11 LUNG Db EASES,
A THROAT DISEASES.
niiii riiiii'i tt .
JililjA lllliMr ll'DUbm
It DlilVES INTO the eveteni curative ageul
and healirg m (luim s
It Ill,A FRoM tbe diseased parts the poisons
that cause death .
THOUSANDS TESTIFY TO ITS VlRIUEu
You can be Relieved anjl Cured
Pon't despair until vou hsve tried this sensible,
Easily Applied un'd RADICALLY KF'
V E CTl'A I. Remedy
So rl bv drtiugists, or Bint by n ail on receipt ol
pi ire, 9iM , by
monui.nd ou.'THEONLY LOG PAD CO.
book -Three DETROIT,
! ll!i'nia Year" at;i,;,
bent free, Michigan.
Manageri) for tho Northwest.
Article from pur
Vaseline auch aa
Vaseline Cold Cream,
vaseline Camphor Ice.
Vaseline Toilet Eoapa,
an .opener to aay suauar ena
An apreeable form of tak
ing Vaseline internally.
ok rvxr a ttnT
and Diphtheria, etc
or au onr goods,
Outfit sent free to those who wish 10 u-
ago tn the most pleasant and prontame
ilIiipm known. Everythlnc new.
faiiltaln.il rwmlred. We will furulll
everything. Hi day and upward I yl
asll maiTewiniont staying away from
noma OVr lilKhl, No risk whatver. miy new
work-r wanted at once. Many are mk'n Kfor
one a ithehuslnes. Udle s mnch a
men, .nd t oumr boy. and rl i T- No ;,
one woo It wllltntr tn "",
money every day thsn can be made lu week at any
other employment. Those who engage at one
will fit d a short road to fortune. Addres H. '
H ALLKTT A CO., Pcrllaud Maine. ,