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flRS. LYD1A E. PINKHAM1
OF LYNN, MASS.
.YDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Th 1'oUtv fnrs
For all Female Complaints.
ThU preparation, m Iti nam. aKnlne., conatrtj ot
eveuble I'mi-irUe. tli&t ara harriil.-tai to the moat del
IslnftUd. 1'ijd ou trial til mrrlll nf this (V.m
knnd will Im roniimliMl. u riir u immiji.t. .
I" hen IU uau la cuntlirai-4, In ninety nine ca In a bun.
Pred, apemiaiR'nteurelaeirei'tad.aatbouaand will tit-
Irr. On aeeount of IU proven merit, It la today ra.
'omnwodxd and preaerlbrd by the beat pbyilclani In
It U1 curaj entirely the worat form of falllnff
I Ilia utenia, I.rucorThea, lmvuUr and naJnful
plrDatruatl(in,alloarUnTrwblea, Inflammation and
FTearatlon, Floitfllmri.aUMaDtovmrnU and tha eon.
UiUent aplnal wimineaa, and U eaueelally adapted to
Chang, of Ufa. It will dlaaolre and tip! tumor)
from tba uttrualu an early atu of deyel'ioment. Tlia
pudency to eanccroua liumora there la checked very
ilieedlly oj It oae.
In fart It ha Droved to ba tba anrat
and beat remedy that haa aver been riiww,.
Ml. It bernieate. evrrr Durtion of the .Tt.m an ut.
na llfeand vUror. It remove. falntuena.rlaUilenpy, da
ktruya alleravliig fur atbnulaota, and reUcvea wtaknea.
lot tbc tomarb
ft eurea Moating, Ileailarbra, Scrrona Trmtratlon.
I'J.nenJ Utility, leepleaieaa, Uepmaloa and lull
yeatkin. Tliat feeling; of bearing down, earning pain.
wal-hl and barkarne, la alwaya permanently cured by
Itauaa. It will at all tltnea, andundcraU rtrcnmataa
caa, ait In hartuouy with the law that govern, lb
Kor Kidney ConipUlnta of either aei tliia coiu pound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
li prepared at t3 and E3 Weatem Avenue, I.jrnn, Mam.
Trice i: 00. 81J bottlea f or I.V0O. Sent br mail In tlia
form of pllla, alan Ui the form of tiK-n-a, on receipt
jfprtre. l.no, per boi. for ellVr. Una. IINilU
tnxlj aniweraail letter of Inquiry rk nd fur paiu
phleC AddrvMMaJore Mn Mu jijr.
Ko family ahould tie without I.TD1A E. I'lNKflAM'
UVf.II I'llXS. Tbey cure Coruttjtlno, tUloumieaa
aiullorwdily of tl IJt cent uer box.
lUCHAIJDSON & CO., St. I.ui, Mo.
i,WtW aruli fcr LVUIA K. 1'INKUAM'S
YDIA K. I'INKIIAMS COMPOUND
S.il.1 l.y HAI'.CLAY I1U0TIIKHS.
r'S (ilMiANS. IT rt.ma ., Set
fioldcu Toriene Revda, only
f-j A'Mrvre lUIiiel K. ltcalty.
aaliltik'tnti, N. J.
avlfiL't. C'bult'o aulijiria , ,uw' prii iK s nil
rCatalni; if am! uric i , AUKNTS WANTED.
Jdrvsa J . Mi'C I lii) V A CO., I'lnlnd' Ipliia, I'a.
l-'.ir Saw Villa, K'i'Hnlrli-
and Mn limi stioue.
Ko rrlrrtilar" aildi
Til K 'IKAMTliCO.
Monrt! l o. , I'a.
OLD MEDAL AWARDED
tit A athnf a n m and irrtu fclt-i-ItjU
cti(MU., tnilttaM u ftfrj
nuti.rntitltJ 'liilScinrof j(h
tif,h If I'nnrtK'0 ;' Ixniml in
firt.f,t Krr-firh mulin, mutmm'A,
1 u I ftti t ui pp.cx n ui fi lu 1 1 1 ui
fUi iu.tr Ttt lift, J rvcrK
norm. ifn' onijr li!iBol f
n1 Dw,AliinM rvUio1j MM.
Geo Woods & Co.'s
O r r a n S !
V mtnvi fur
(QUALITY OF TONE,
Beautiful Musical Effect
Strength ami Durability!
Beauty of iDesiii
They outlart all rommon, cliont). Urcatia,
while tlmlr tniii'loiil ntnl rui'chniilMl tiunlllra com
moiid them to nil win' wleli B "trlclly hlnli urads
Air'iit wanted In thin vicinity.
Kor nil rtolduT tllKitMitd In U. 8. rcrvlco, rtml for
hulri nf dcci'iiHi'il r oltlU'iK,
Fur milillum wboao rutu nf iictmlon In too low,
Hup nil a,iMir illnelmrKod for wntimlH or otlmr
Injury (nut dlrn'nnu), who huvu fulliitl U ruculvu It.
VOVIKA OV LOST WSCiIAUUKS
Hi'tiil two :) ritit tnTiits for bluiika. ond "clrculnr
of Infortunium" to
8T0PDAHT & CO.,
fliillcllon of clnlnia. liooiu 8, tit. Cloud Dulldllitf,
CoriiwoU'tf System of Dress
Cutting. t.AHV CANVAHKICIIH nnd LOCAL AOKNTH
WANTUD KVKUVWHKltK. Aueiitt nevnr fall to
tell (hit method, Horn, make M) pur wuck, Tlila
u the only tyalom Id the world with a aliouldur
meattiroi and a purleot rule for dartt, mukltig a
purliict sarmuiit without rerlttliiK. Hlmplu to
(earn, and worth a hundred dollar to every miwlnu
machlno owner. What lady will takn Ihn nnuncyr
bud for lurnn. lii.n wanann ato., viucnuo.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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Id twidvu llnea of aolid type to the Inch.
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m -nta. Imth w to rntca of rharfc-i and manner of
d aplaylug their favora. ,
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Communication noon nubjecta of general Intercut
to the public are at all timet acceptable. Rejected
111 inmcrtpta will not be returned.
Letter" and commuulcatlout ahoald be addret ed
"8. A. Uurnett Cairo Illlnola "
lii VER NEWS.
lSusincsH (listrewiin'ly dull.
TIil' (Jhi(.'ii Utile tiii'l not arriveil nt six
Tliy Vint Shinkle liail fair trip of freight,
1111 1 a lull trip of peojili; for the Ohio.
Tlie Carrier was loaded to the guards
and passed for St. Louis at 10 a. m. ytbter
dny. The John 1J. Maude h id a light trip for
Memphis, arrivino; here at 2 p. in. ytster
d iv. She laid over an hour or two, and
got away with slight additions.
M itch Ado AlMiut Nothing".
Cincinnati Coinun rend, Mny 1 1th.
A few d-iys ag a highly-lhivored anil
.seDsatiiitial article relative to the champion
stef.tnT 11 It. Springer carrying more steam
than the law allow, on her recent quick
run from New Orleans to Cincinnati, was
iuhlihel in a morning paper with lug
ll iring ln.'ad-lines and calculated to iijure
the excellent reputation of this tine pas
seiiger steamer with the traveling pnblic.
The I'nited States local inspectors, Messrs.
Augustine Moore and II. II. Devenny, have
made their rejiort on the subject, exonerat
ing her officers from all blame in the mat
ter; ttquoti; their language, "were unable
to a-certain that any damage resulted to
any portion of the Springer's boilers or
steam apparatus, by reason of unskillful
riess or iiiisniHiigement on the part of either
engineer. In brief, nothing was discover
ed to indicate unlawful conduct on their
p trt." Supervising Inspector Fehreiibatch,
it will be observed, al.io coincides with the
local inspectors relative to the perfection ot
the Springer and her machinery. In
justice to Capt. Hart, of the Springer, it is
only proper that the journals that copied
the sensational article from a Cincinnati
morning print make the proper correction.
Fat Huns on the Mississippi.
Cincinnati CoiniiPTCia' .
Lm isviLLi:, May 11. A communication
appeared in the Commercial Monday, the
ninth, signed "A Pilot," taking issue with
the record of your correspondent of the
fastness of the iVytona, Eclipse and It. E.
Lee. He writes "we" by which car-mark
is betrayed the fact that he isn't much of
"a pilot.'' The recent fast run of the City
of Providence was, as stated by your corre
spondent, a remarkable feat for a business
boat, and a great credit to her builders and
owners. The point at issue was the state
ment that the City of Providence, by this
spurt of UO miles, was the fastest on record.
All pilots and observant boatmen know that
a flood tide is more favorable for fast boats
and quick runs than at lower stages, when
boats have to run the channel. The recent
run of the Providence proves it. She made
the run from Helena to Memphis in 0
hours and 1 minute a distance ol !)0 miles
equal to 15 miles an hour. At
that rate of running sho would
have made the trip from New Or
leans to St. Louis in !j days and 8 hours, a
distance of 1,200 miles. There is but one
boat afloat capable of performing this
feat, and that is "Tobiu's Train" the J. M.
White. The communication of "A Pilot"
gives your correspondent the opportunity
to correct the erroneous report that the
Robert E. Lee, in June, 1807, made the
shortest run on record between Memphis
and Cairo. Her timo was 10 hours and 37
tnitmtes. Well, ns "A Pilot" calls "C. II.
C." to tell us what boat save the It. E. Lee
ever made that time, ho sluill have the in
formation. It ia not manufactured for the
occasion, hut stands on record, nnd it has
never yet been equaled. It was the faniotm
run of tho Eclipse, Capt. Ed. Sturgeon,
with Henry Christopher and Jeff. Stewart
pilots. She left New Orleans Saturday,
May 14, 1853, at 12 minutes past 10 a. m.
In those days wood was the fuel most ilsod,
and her lurnaecs wcro not adapted tor coal.
Sho had divers mishaps during tho first
two days, losing 40 minutes, tied to tho
batik nud steam down, at Baton Kongo,
with tho packing out of ono piston. Sho
also landed at Natchez, and Vicksbtirg, but
from the foot of Island (JO to Cairo
sho was all right and made
the run in 8 hours u:,d 4
minutes the best on record. Her time
from Memphis to Cairo was 14 hours and 9
minutes. Tho Eclipse started on the
avowed purpose of beating the run of the
fast J. M. White in 1844. ljere is the
KUNOKJ. M.WIIITKIN 1M4.
Day. Hour. Miu.
rrom .'New Urli-ann to Natchez. .0 2(1
Kroin New Orleannlo Vlcknliurjf.1 5
From New Orb-ana to .tlemphla. .2 12
Kroiu New Orleana to Cairo :i U
1(1' N OF KCLIi'SK IN lsr.3.
From New Orlean to Natelie.. ,u )u
From NewOrleabttoVii'kaliiirK.l 4
Fiom NewOrleuiiatoMeuipbi..! ' II
From New Orleana toCitlro :t 4
The above is the true record, by which it
will be seen that the Eclipse's time from
Memphis to Cairo, 14 hours nnd 9 minutes,
is the best.
Yours, C. II. C.
Pakknts who allow their children to
grow up with scrofulous humors bursting
from every pore ate guilty ol a great wrong.
Think of them pointed out as branded with
a loathsome disease, and you will readily
procure them the Culicura Remedies
As being a certain cure for the worst forms
dyspepsia, indigestion, constipation, impur
ity of blood, torpid liver, disordered kid
neys, etc., and as a medicine for eradicating
every species of humor, from an ordinary
pimple to the worst ulcer. RritixrK IIlooii
Ritt Kits stand unrivaled. Price $ 1.00, trial
size 10 cents.
Homes That Are Homes
What constitutes a home? Not cost
ly living, nor fine furniture, nor glitter
ing pomp. It takes something 'better
than this to make a home. It takes con
sideration for the feelings as well as the
bodies of others consideration for their
peculiarities, too, and consideration for
their preference. Consideration is tho
kindly angel of home; and no homo is a
home in tho sweetest ami best sense of
the word, w here the white wings of Con
sideration arc not spread lovingly over
the family circle. We can no more rido
rough-shod over the feelings of others
than wo can over their bodies; and ono
is entitled to as much respect as the
other. It is not by great actions that
we make home happy; it is not by throw
ing around the glitter that money buys,
but it is by attending to small things,
even as small us laying a rosfbud on tho
plate of the one w ho loves flowers, and
who, pinning it on her dress, carries
through the day the perfume of a lov
A granite monument U to be erected
on the spot in Mexico w here Maximilian
A Great Lava Bed
Pan Franelix-o liullctln.
In tho San Jose Valley, New Mexico,
for thirty miles or more the Atchison,
Topcka and Santa Fe railroad track lies
along what is probably one of tho
longest lava flows in the world. There
it has lain for ages, in some places piled
up in masses of lingo blocks to a bight
of twenty feet, and in others preserving
the form it Lad w hen, a molten stream,
it poured down the valley, burying
beneath its fiery mass every obstacle
that lay within its course. Tho old
crater wheme this vast bed of lavu
flowed is to be seen about eight miles
to the north of Rliiewater.
A lady nbout to remove from Hart
fore, Conn., to St. Ixuiis had four pet
cats shipped to that city by express.
The Language of Sweet Sixteen-
Detroit Free I're.
"My daughter never uses slang," says
somo staid paterfamilias, who is de
nouncing tho idea that tho American
young lady speaks any other than tho
jinrest college taught Knglish, and ho
is sincere in his belief. Rut should somo
curious senior, with an eye to tho truth,
linger near this young lady and hor
school friends, ten to one this is an ex
act nnd not overdrawn description of
what ho would hear:
"Meet mo on tho ave' this aft' and
wo will go to the mat'."
"No, not this aft1 on the ave1.1'
"Well, good aftT'
"I had a perfectly mag' timo, and
don't you forgot it."
"Don't give mo away, Kate!"
"Well, I should softly exclaim!"
"I should blush to murmur!"
"I should rewffA"
"I should smile!"
"Are you going fn tho musicale?"
"You just bet I nm!"
"Have you got your lesson in phys
"What do you take mo for?"
"I told the Guv' I wanted a new
"Did ho tumble to tho racket?"
"Did he trail?"
"Did ho catch on?"
"Ho forked over, girls, and It's my
Theso aro tho sweet girl graduates
who stand up in tho month of roses and
read charming essays on "The Real and
tho Ideal," "Lifo as it Should Re," "Re
forms," and other practical subjects,
and who turn from admiring teachers,
to whom they have listened with tears
in their mock-serious eyes, to say in a
low asido, "He's giving us tally, girls."
and who christen everything that does
not please them as "snido."
Ciias. Eayuk Ainki.k, Jersey City
Heights, N..I., writes: "My son, a lad of
twelve years, was completely cured of a
terrible caso of Eczema by tho Cuticura
Remedies. From his head to his feet was
ono mass of scabs."
Mothers ! Mothers ! ! Mothers ! ! I
Aro you disturhod at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with tho excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at onco and get a bottlo of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relievo tho poor llttlo Rufferor immediately
depend upon it; thoro is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on wrth
who lias over used It. who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate tho bowels,
and givo rest to the mother, and relief and
AUjHCJ.NES ADVERTISE iniX fins TAPEO
n . a..
t m ,a(a,M,, a a ,,,,,,
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly sate to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
Making a Raise.
John Hays, Credit, P. O., says that for
nine months he could not raise his hand to
his head through lameness in the shoulder,
but by the use of Thomas' Eclectric Oil ho
was entirely cured. Paul G. Schuli, agent.
Women that have been pronounced in
curable by the best physicians in the coun
try, have been completely cured ot female
weakness by the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound. Send to Mrs, Lydia
E. Pinkham, 2M1 Western Avenue, Lynn,
Mass., for pamphlets. ,
The Elixir of Life.
That purely vegetable coniioiitid, Rur
dock Wood Hitters, may be justly termed
the Elixir of Life. A pleasant and effect
ivr medicine; it imparts strength and vital
ity to the entire system. Price $1.00, trial
size 10 cents. Paul G. Schuh, agent.
To all who are sutHring from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will cure you, free of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Inman, Station D, New York City.
Casckii. No knife. No Pain. No
Sickness. No Fearful Treatments. Treat
ment is free. Go or send to Dr. Kline, O.'il
Arch St., Philadn, Pa,
( tOLL'MHUS, HICKMAN, NEW MAD-
RID A.I TI PTONVILLE.
Uesular Packe t
M. J. TUEXER, Master.
J. K. M USE, Clerk.
, Leave Cairo every Tuce day and Friday for tho
nbi.ve points. For freight or pnaaasi- apply to
JAM KM ItlliliS.
Office, cor. Sixth aud Ohio Levee.
At I'hil Howard' old tund,
'pi'li I1ESTOFFHESII MEAT OK ALL KINDS
1 ill way on hand In laru-e qua; title, and sup
plied to tcnmhout at nil Inium. John (dude, well
knnwn to river men. will lielound ii'murd ojl boutr
to take order for mint.
' ENEHAL DELIVEH open i :0 a.m.; clofe
V"! :;p.tu.; Sunday: 6 to a a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; cloe
5 p. in
Throuuli ExprcH Slad via Illinois Central 3:40
Mllnlpil Central Itallroadt close at 0 p. m.
Cairo and Poplar Bluff Through and Way Mull
cloec nt I p. m.
Way Mall yia Illinois Central. Cairo and Vln
ceutic and Mi.ipl Central lUilroad clotc at
1:4.') p. m.
Way .Vail for Nurrow OaiiRC Kallroad cloci at
8:30 t. m.
Cairo and Evnnv!Hc Klver Ronto cloc at 8::i0
p. m. daliy (except Friday).
Mayor N. D. Thitlewood.
Treasurer Edward Dexoula.
Clerk Detilii. J, Foley.
Counelor--Vm. U. Clllberl.
Marhul-J. II. Kolilnmni.
Attorney William Hendrlck.
BIIAKU or AUlallMIX.
KlratWard-M..) Howlcy. Feter Simp.
Second Ward-David T. Mnoirar. Je.to Uliiklo.
Third Ward-Hubert Smith. 11. F, Uluko.
Fourth Ward-Cbarlc O. I'atler, Adolpli Swo-
U0Kiflh Ward-T. V. nallldav, Eruett B. Pettlt.
Circuit Jildne- D. J. linker.
Circuit Clurk-A. It Irvln.
County J uditu K. S Yotum.
County Clerk S. J. Iliimm.
futility Attorney J, M. pnmron.
CountvTreaHiirer Mile W, l'arker.
Coroner It. Flinireruld. ,
Comity CommlKloner-T. . Unllldiiy, J.
Cilbb mid samuel Itrlley.
.Temneni icn hull nil Tenth
ttrcot: ureachlnir ftratand third Sunday In
eacMnnnlli, 11 ft m. and 'W p . m i prayer meoi-
mtt'HCH OF THK UEDREM Kit (Kplacopat)
L Fourteenth ttreot; Sunday Mornlnu prayur
K):i!0 a. m.j evening prayer,1?:) p. m.i Sunday
chool U :30 . m. Friday evening; prayer 7 : p. m.
IjMUST MI88IONAHY BAPTIST CHUKCU.
T Preaching at 10::M) a. n.., p. m and 7:30 P. m.
Siihbatli tchool at 7::w p. m Uev. T. J. Shorut,
f CTIIKKAN Thirteenth itruot! tervlui Hah
I J hath I: SO ft. m. Bunday vcUool'ap.m. KeV.
HTlloni8T-Cor. Kiehlb and Walnut trel I
IM PreachliiK Sabbath I0:d0 a. m. tad 7 p. in. I
grayer meoiiiin, weoneauay ;no p. m.i "(
chool, V ft. ni. Hoy. Wkltttksr, paator.
i-liRSBYTKItIAN-Eliibth ttreet ! preftchlnir on
I Sabbath at 11:00 ft. m. nnd 7: p. m. prHyer
meotliitf W(idnuday at 7:3'lp, m.j Sunday
at a p. m. Uuv. n. Y. Ueiru, paator.
ST JOSKPn'8-Hoinn Catholic) Corner Crms
and Walnut itroutai lurvlce Sabbath 10:3d a.
m.t Suuday School at II p. m.; Vovpuri 3 p. m.; lor
ncea everyday at 8 p. m.
ST. PATUU:K'l-(Komn Cthollc)CornBf Ninth
treot and Washington avoune; fturvlco Sab
oilb 8 ftnd 10 ft. m. Veapur S p. m. i Sunday School
t p. in. tervlce every day at 8 p. m, Uuv. MiwU'lunll
priest. . i
MAY 18, 1881..
WouTir Its Wkkjiit in Gold.
rni7 iwjIkn all othkukkmkdiks fail J
III 1 IT WHKN ALL OTIIKI1 KKMKD1ES FAIL 1
It fnv CO.CJGI -. SfindC
It lor COUGJ-KSniicIC1
jt von jJiPiiTiiLhiA IVickouV
1 J i
1TFOK DIPJITIIKJilA AM) (KOUP
It XEVKU FAlLSto
Sold hy nil Druggists.
Go to PAUL G. SCHUH, Druggist,
Dyes, ror brightness and durability
pounds, price 15 cents.
THOMAS' ECLKCTIIIC OIL
TJsod and approved by the leading PHYSI
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
The most Valuable
taT r.M w al aVaaaaT J aa
MtMftNatV alaaaal. . mWm 3 T. M W rZmmV
I l II
i v ii y-&
EKTN DISEASES. RHEUMATISM
CATAT.KH, HEaOESHOIDS. Etc. Also for
Couens. Colds, Sore Throat, Cronn
MrTrj them. 25 and 50 cent sizes
CBAD MEDAIi AT THK PIIILADIXPIII.1 -o I
MLVKB MEDAL AT TUE PAU.IS 1OLP08ITI0K. COLGATE & C0..N.Y.
V A.SJllXjXs"3i SOLD HY BAUCLAY BROTHERS
CHENEY ANVIL & VISE CO.,
Tfcis ' !'-Cw'.-wyAft'ift.i. ..
For sale by C. AV. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of the United States.
liO BKOADWAY NEAV YORK
W.N.CRAINKGoiU'ral Manaifor for Illinois, Iowa, Nflraska, ami Hip
ToriltovloH, ltiu Doavloni Street, Chicaffo.
K. A. BXJHKETT, Agent,
Cjrnbr Twll'th St.,' ,and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois
iHtin ! . a. .(.
FJIICL SO cents and 81.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Put nn,r,b' New National
of color are uncouiillcd. Color frem 2 to r.
sold Iv BAKCLAY MOTHEIiS
Article from pur.
Vnelinc smb. aa
Vaseline Cold Cream,
vaseline Cam.Db.or Ice.
Vaseline Toilet 8oaps,
ra aaperlor la oj aladlar ouf.
An agreeable form of tak
ing Vaseline internally.
and Dinhthcria. etc
of all onr goods,
COMBINED FOR Sfi.oo
l si II aa n
ry-. ,. sMM m f aV M r anaaaar
An Anvil lih fure :p.;x.S Inche. chill-hanUned and
p liKhe l; ii jiurallel Vlee Itb 4-tnrli tteel raced Jnu Hint
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h huso ld h urn not p.'irnllel, h liown incut. Mi
lie I-'arim-r nnd Ilmisr hnlilcr Kilend. In i li-liine; i ni,-
M iii.-nren lur iiuiiitf I or i ild Job Hint coel tiim- nnd
money in hint tlnnt-. .Scild hv all leailiiiL- li Ii cmIi
hnuHi . nnd by relaller of Ilurdwnre or Aurli illluntl Im
plement, bur If yunr (I' Bler ha not vet yot tlu-m In
Mm k. we II send mie frelnht paid ou receipt of price.