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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 23, 1881.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
' Terms ot Supsor Iptlon.
Dally, one year -...... f 10 00
Daily, one month 1 00
Weekly, one your 8 00
Weoly,. mouths 100
tWOlnba of five or mora for Weekly Bulletin at
one lime, per year, 91 no
IMVAHUBLT IK ADVABOI.
All Commuolcatlona aboold be addressed to
' IE. A. BUBhBTT,
Publliher and Proprietor.
The Cairo Prices Current.
Office Wtufliinjfton Avenue,
Tua Cairo Pbicsb-Curbswt la published from
the office of Tua Cairo Boxutix, and li Intend
ed to give a true report of the condition of the
market on day of publication.
TERMS. One eenv per copy On all orderi of
IS or more, of tame date, the subscriber's name
will be printed without extra charge. Orders for
extra copies must be rewired by 10 o'clock A. .,
on day of publication.
TilCKRDAT KvENlNO, Dec. 22, 1881.
The rivers ar on s "boom," the result of
the heavy rains of last few days. The
weather contiuuos warm, and indications
now point to a wet, warm Christmas.
The rain combined with other intangible
influences have completely locked the
wheels of trade bo far as the commission
business is concerned, and the same com
plaints como to us from St. Louis and other
.FLOUR The market is nominally un
changed, with fair movement and moderate
stocks. Prices are easy.
HAY The market it at a itand-still
no hay of any kind selling, owing to lack
of demand and unfavorable weather. Re
ceipts are Bmall.
CORN White is in request and very
scarce. Mixed is plenty and easy.
OATS The market la well supplied, and
the demand is limited to filling orderi.
MEAL Steady and unchanged.
RrtAN Scarce and in good demand.
BUTTER Only choice U wanted. Ev
ery tiling below choice is plenty and dull.
EGGS The market is nearly bare, and
the demand active.
ClIICKENS-Dull and plenty. Live is
TURKEYS There is some inquiry for
choice dressed at 10cllc
GEESE-IMenty and very dull,'at 3.00
APPLES The market is nearly bare of
choice varieties. The demand is good.
POTATOES Nominal; the demand is
t mall, and stocks large.
Sales and Quotations.
HOTK. The prices Here given are for sales from
first hands In round lota. An advance is
charged for broken lots in nillnit orders.
40 Various grades, on or dors....
bbls. 'Choice. -
. 6 00&7 75
10 bbls. rood
150 bbls. Ail. ..
100 bbls. Family..
m bbls XX
9uO bbls choice.....
125 bbi slow grade.
I car Prime Timothy...
D cars choice timothy
1 car red top .....
1 car newwhlte.rn bulk...
6 cars new mixed, In balk......
1 car new mixed, balk
I ears In bulk ...
A cart choice In bulk ...........
No. I Rod, per bn t S3
Ho- Medltoranoan.. ...... 1 W
400 bbls City SIIOS 40
100 bbls Country 8 80
Bound lots ....-.
CUT AND OROUND FEED.
Oats and hay mixed, per cwt
" " corn " " wmmii
Com for fowls " ...
600 pounds strictly choice Northern 13130
800 pounds choice roll '
600 pound Southern Illinois ISAM
tu) pounds Southern Illinois choice . 83(325
Live ( Wit M
8 eoops good mixed.... 1 Wt9 00
4 coops - 1 Oul 50
dressed ' 00
1000 head eholoe, 14&1S
loo bus In bulk.
J 00 bush. Michigan.. 1 OOfil 10
100 bbls. PeacbblowSM...MH... J 25
(0 bbls Southern Illinois 8 00
100 bbls chotco rarletlos
.4 804 75
r0 bbls, common t
BOO bills, fancy Michigan.. ............
100 'ibis choice
Venison saddloi . ....
Venison carcass ..
Habbits -.... .
One doxoa wild turkoys
,T 50QI 00
Tlorcei, ..,,., , . . hwhm.hi , .m.m.h,
Llvo mi "'
8. V. Hams .
Clear sides, .
8t. John II AO
.. 1 M
9t4 bushel burlaps.,
S bushel ,,
f bushel " ,.
Ptaches, halves and quarter.,
Choice navy ...
V lb - SO
Calf, Green-. 11
Dry mint. ....121S
Dry Halt - OS
Green Halt . ... T
Hbeep Pelts, dry KI&40
Hbeep Pelts, green . 50&1 00
Common Lugs I) ?n&S 00
Good lni?s 8 50 4 00
oT. Leaf. 4 75(3 S 00
Medium Leaf t S 604fc a fO
QoriUn! 6 W4i 8 0
RATES OK FREIGHT.
Grain Ilay Flonr
$cwt. cwt. V bbl.
n.pbl 15 28
Orleans,,.,.. 80 25 40
Helena, Ark 25 SO 60
Way SO 85 M
II. E. Carpenter, Esq., Henderson, N.
Y., cured of Psoriasis or Leprosy, of twenty
years' standing, by the Cuticura Resolvent
internally, and Cuticura and Cuticura Soap
externally. 1 he most wonucrtul caso on
Epitaph for a successful pavajrrapber
"lie nover pointed his jokes with
During the last threo years Gormany
consumod 2,057,530 tons of rails.
Nearly all the railn were mrtdo of steel.
Mrs. Collins, of Troy, N. Y., has been
seriously poisoned by wearing ecarlet
At Louisville, an old man aimed a kick
at his wife, lost his balance, . fell, and,
was fatally injured.
The interior of tho capitol of Virginia
is being repainted by a convict from
The rubber slings used by tho little
boys are getting to bo as dangerous as
the gin sKnif handled by their daddies.
A million of dollars In our gold coin
weigh 8,685.71 pounds avoirdupois, and
a million standard dollars in our silver
coin weigh 58,9i'8.57 pounds.
One hundred thousand dollars have
been spont in gold mining in Ogle
thorpe county, Georgia, without the in
vestors realizing anything in return.
Tho valuation of California, real and
Eersonal, is $G58,691,059. and taxation
1 at the rate of 65 cents on the $100,
The total production of wine in Napa
county, California, this season, U 2,016,
000 gallons, a falling off of 894,750 gal-
Ions from last year.
The California woman who gave her
old bluo petticoat to make the first
American Hag raised in that stato lies
in au unmarked grave
Tho great Maryland litigant, Har
rison Warner, has suffered a peqietu
al injunction in one of his many casso,
which practically kills tho rest of them.
The people of Truro, Nova Scotia, in
a recent public meeting, authorized tho
giving of $100,000 In bonuses for the
promotion of manufacturing industries
Tho old Baptist pareonngi in Green
wich, Washington county, N. Y., once
the homo of President Arthur, lifts
been sold for $75, and is to bo rcnvjdel
ed. A Frenchman has established a lin
preserve In southern Algeria. ir
those intrepid huntsmen, who think the
homesick lions of tho menagerie quito
fiorco enough, thero will ho placed port
able fortresses about grounds.
Throelnew war-ships which England
is about to add to her fleet will m.iko
lioiivv (Innmnds on hor treasury. For
the stocl-faccd armor of tho Colling-
wood, nourly $100,000 will bo required,
and tho revised estimates provido for
tho hulls of the Colossus and tho Majes
tic the total sum of $2,500,000.
The mayor of Richmond, Va., has
vetoed an ordinance for compulsory
vaccination, tho penalty being $5. His
obioction to tho ordinnnco is that the
provision for freo vaccination is such
that laboring men and women would he
forced to lose a day's labor in order to
' A well was being dug at Birming
ham, Ala., when at tho depth of four
teen feet a stream of hot water was
struck, which flowed so rapidly that
work was stopped. A steam pump was
attached, and water has boon pumpod
out ut tho rate of 750 gallons per
No church in New Haven, Conn.,
has adopted tho revised testament in
public worship, tho Protestant clergy
men having docidod that it is too faulty
to bo adopted. Tho chief burden of tho
criticism upon tho revision was in re
lation to its bad English. Rev. Dr. J,
E. Dodd statod. at a recent meeting of
theclorgy hold in that city, that ho had
counted 150 instancos of bad English
in ouooitho epistles to tho Corinthi
Of Liout Horry, tho young command
er of tho Rodgors, a writer In the Wash
ington Capital savs: "Just before ho
saTlod I met him at n reception: a lovo-
lv western frirl was talking to him.
looking up at him with oyos that might
make any man lotn 10 go on a cruiso.
She said: Il's horrid! What aro you go
InffforP and he answered in his grave,
quiet wayi "If. after throe years of
hardship and suffering, I should find
one man of tho eannotto's crew alivo
to bring homo I should bo ropald for
everything I had endured."
Big eollogo joke: Ho was a fresh
man and in all his morality was watch
ing Rossi as "Othello." "I thought
Italians wero while," no said.
A massive marl no railway, C50 feet
lonir and 50 foot wido, and capable of
hauling out a 1,500-ton vessel, has just
been oomnletod at Fair IIiwou. Conn. It
is to be mit ur at Campoaohy City,
Moxioo, and the cost of its construction
and erection thoro will bo;noarly f (300,
Hliighamton, N. Y., is exuitod ovor
the fact thnt a woman recently trans
ferred to tho asylum there from tho
Hudson Rivor Insane asylum at Pough
koopsio has given birth to a child unex
pectedly to all tho attendants and phy-
bRsians, and with the birth of tho child
(the has boon restored to reason. As
she had been in the usylum at Pouch-
keopslo for a long time thero is a pros
pect for an interesting investigation.
doners rocoived at Hartford. Conn..
from China since tho arrival homo of
the Chinese students, say that tho first
party of forty had beon ordered to Tien
tsin for tefograph work while tho other,
who roaoheu Shanghai early In October,
were at once conlined in au old build
ing in a remote part of tho town, tho
ffovcrnmout's intention boingapparont
y to examine them boforo they had a
chance to scatter to their homos.
Alfred Wilson, who lives near Sheri
dan, In the Willamatte valley, Oregon,
killed a large black boar recently after
a lurlous tight of sevoral hours. Ho was
aided in tho battlo by fivo dogs, all of
them bolng fearfully torn in the on-
counter, bis wife, two daughters, and
L n any a man, who caino to tho rescue
As told. By a correspondent, it was ono
of tho most famous bear fighU of mod
ern times. A large panther was also
killed near tho sanio place shortly
A deer was kid I in Limostono Co..'
Alabama, which was shot fourteen
years ao in the foot. Tho wound caus
ed one too to grow longer than tho oth
er, and the track mado by this foot was
of a peculiar shape. For fourteon years
huntsmen have beon shootinz at him,
but ho managed to escape until tho oth
er day. His misshapen foot was
brought to town and tho riilo ball found
A New York baker estimates the
number of pies sold in that city at 25,
000 a day. He says that it is tho mix
ing of food that causes dyspepsia, and
that pies have been slandered. In times
of great excitement tho trade falls off
largely. Ho says the taste for pumpkin
pie U falling, off, which is duo probably
to tho fact that the making of them is a
lost art. Tho most popular of pies is
the apple pie.
'liorso hops aro what the latest
fashionable gatherings in Now York are
called. Some society woman engages
the ring and horses for the evening,
and then invites twenty-five or fifty of
hor friends to be presout Two or three
hours are spent in cantering, galloping,
and aanciug quanrmcs on horseback,
and then iho guests adjourn to tho
house of .their hostess fur an elegant
Another monster devil-hsu has recent
ly been secured on the Newfoundland
coast Tho creature was driven ashore
by tha high tido at Portugal cove and
secured by fishermen. It is thirty-three
feet long from tho tail to the termina
tion of the long tentacles. This is tho
first fresh, complete, unrautilated specif
men Bccurod and landed of this mons
The results of the experiments of Dr.
Lacereo Elho on the poison of the rat
tlesnake are: 1. ihe poison acts upon
tho blood by destroying tho red cor
puscles, and by changing tho physical
and chemical quality ot tho plasma. 2.
The poison contains some mobile
bodies, similar to the micrococcus of
putrefaction. 3. The blood of an ani
mal killed by a snake's bito, when in
oculated to another animal of the same
h'izo and species, causes tho death of
the latter within a few hours, under
tho same symptoms and tho same
changes of tho blood. 4. The poison
t-an ho dried and preserved for a ions
lime without losiug its specific quality.
5. Alcohol is the best antidote for tho
poison yet known.
The experienco f an editor's wife. I
consider it proper to put in a good word
for St. Jacobs Oil, which I do from my
own experience. Jly wuo liad rheuma
tism for years, and suffered very greatly.
She used very many remedies without re
lief. A few months ago I bought a bottle
of St. Jacobs Oil and the success whioh
attended its use leads mo to recommend
this article to all that are similarly affected.
Thejirst application acted like magic, and
the occasional uso of St. Jacobs Oil has
prevented the return of this great trouble
with its almost intolerable pain. I con
sider St. Jacobs Oil a great benefaction,
and advise all who suffer with rheumatism
or other paintui diseases to try this reme
dy, and they will see for themselves that I
havo not said too much in its praise. E.
E. Rinn, Ed.
It has beon proven that tho peacock
hasn't a bit of vauity about him. Ho
simply displays what God gave him,
and that's rrV more than the turkey
lhero nre hundreds of small traders
who can give ample security for small
loans who cannot got accomodation at
our banks. How much better it is to
lend tl.OOO apioce to fifty men who aro
certain to repay the loan than to lend
$50,000 to one man who may or may
not, repay ic
A Successful Bluff Game.
A sneak-thief grabbed tho carcass of
a lamb that hung on a hook m front 01
John Evins' moat market on Prospect
street last night, and," finding ho was
pursued, ran into an alloy near by,
threw his booty behind a pile ot boxes,
and boldly turned back. His pursuors
met him at the corner. (
Where's that lamb?" demanded
"What lambP" innocently oskod the
"Why, tho ono you ran around the
cornor with a minute ago," explained
tho ono who bad taken hold of tho
'I'm not tho man. You vo made a
mistake, but I did meet a fellow just
now running like thunder with a sheep
over his shoulders. Ho turned that
corner thero just two minutes ago."
"Ho's our man," exclaimed both,
and off tlioy 'started, leaving the real
thief to disappear hastily down the
streot. Tho men found tho stolen moat
but did not catch the thiof, Detroit
Free Press, , -
The? were out walkiing : it was cold, and
he was coughing. She .handed him a bot
tle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, and said:
"Here's a little thing that I think will help
you." 1 His cough was cured in a ehort time.
in Cannot Stav Whore
It Is Used.
IUiucniatlura is cured by
THOMAS' ECLECT1UC OIL.
A lame back of elht years standing was positive
ly cured by SO cents worth of
TAOMAS' ECLECTMO OIL.
Common sore throat Is cured with one dose of
THOMAS' ECLEl'TRIC OIL.
Cough and colds aro cured by
THOMAS' ECLRCTRIC OIL.
All throat and lung diseases are cured by
TnOMAS' KCLECTRIC OIL.
Asthma Is cured by
THOMAS' ECLECTRIC OIL.
Burns and frostbites aro relieved at once by
THOMAS' ECLECTRIC OIL.
Always gives satisfaction.
Sold by Medicine Dealers everywhere.
Price COc. and $1
FOSTER, M1LBURN & CO., Prop'rs
Buffalo, N. Y.
Indian Blood Syrup.
DvBPenslH. liver Pis.
pasf , Fever and Ague
Heart Dinease. Bilious
riefls, Nervous Debility
TOE BEST REMEDY K.NOWN TO MAN I
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870
This SvruD DOPHefmes varied Drouertlus: It etim
nlatos the ptyallnc in the saliva, which converts
the starch and sucar of the food Into e ucobb
deficiency in ptyalino caucus wind and souring of
tlie food in the Homach. If the medicine jwul
It acta npon the Liver,
It acts upon the Kidneys,
It Regulates the Howi-ln,
It Purines the Blood.
It Quiets the Nervous HyHteru,
It Promotes Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strengthens anil Invigorates,
It Carries off the Old Mood anil makes New,
It Opens the Tores of the Kkln and Induces
It n on trail zt'S tho hereditary taint, or poison In
the blood, which generates Scrofula, KrvBipelas,
and all manner of bkln Diseases aud lntornal hu
mors. Thoro are no suir its emu ovod In its manufacture
and It can be taken by the mott delicato babo, or by
the agod and fueble, euro only bolng required in at-U-ntKn
Oalva, Henry County, ills.
I was cufferlne from Sick Hoadachoand Dir.zl-
neps so that I could not attend to my household du
ties, and a short trial of Or. CMark Johnson's Indi
an Blood Syrup effectually cured mo.
.uKo. liailj&rt ili.ixl-lSt
Waterman Station, DoKalb Co., Ills.
This Is to certify that Dr Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Syrup has cured mo of l'aln In the Back. It
Is a valuable medicine. A1KS WOOD.
Centre mil, Whllo Co., Ark.
This Is to certify that I was aflllcted with Palpi
tation of thu tie art for many years I tried dltl'ur-
doctors, whopo prescriptions tonuca more to
me than they did to ctrenglhen.
to trv Dr. Clark Johnson's Ind
1 at latt
Hvtud. which nroved to bo a positive cure-not on.
ly curing the Li cart Dlr-oHce, but also a Sick Dead
ach which had been troubling me.
Mlta MARY A. NKAL.
I was aflllcted with Llvor Complaint and Dyspep-
sla and failed to get relief, although using medi
cines from our bunt doctors. I commenced using
Dr. Johnson s Indian lllood nyrnp, and aeliort trial
cured me. T. w. KlSKNU, Moline, in
Tbls certifies that Pr. Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Syrup has effectually cured me of Dyspepsia.
Too much cannot he said in online or It.
W. K. WlMMc.lv, llodford, MO,
Aoonts wanted for tho sale of tho Indian Blood
Syrup in every town or village, In which 1 havo no
agent. Particulars given ou application.
DRUGGISTS SELL IT.
Labratory 77 West fid St., N.T. City.
Great chance to make mon
ey. Those who always take
advantage of the good chan
ces to make money that are
offered, generally become
wealthy, whllo tnoso who no
not improve such chances remain In poverty. We
want many men, women, boys and girls to work Tor
us right lu tholr own localities. Any one can do
the work properly from the tlr-t start, 'lhobusl
noss will pay more than ten times ordinary wages.
Expensive outfit furnished free. o ono who enga
ges falls to ninks money rapidly. Yon can devote
your whole time to tho work, or only your spar
moments. Full Information and oil that Is needed
ent free. Address Sttnson & Co.. Poitlund, Maine.
DR, DUNS' !H
Treat aliChronlo Dlsoaeei, and enjoys a nation,
al nipaUtlon e h round th ourlniinf comi-lleiitndoiMWH.
otloaa ( the blood, kin or lntii"t, tnwit.'il with sue
omt, wit hout using Moritury or l olsonons MMlletiisi.
YfUJNa Mf-N who urn ulturlnulroni thsnffw-ts
sUCUlasMsSflo' a dlMiuiw that unlit IU lo
tlms fur Imalnmi or mnrrlaxK, imrmannntlr enrwl.
tMriontTuoiMulltltuu u prelirrnil, whirl, u f-RKB tn4 Invlt
d. UM of oumIIom ll M uiiwaiwl b pallanW dMtrtnft trut.
uni buih ire tn My a'iurM on ppiicwnm.
4m mm Rapturo wools owl tkolr odSi in,
iriklai la Ikotr Unauao. It k ort t trM.I
ComoiunkiHIrniBimcily oonft-toMltl, aodolioola bo (MrtoMA
&5 kfrKim so?
If flfi 11
Its Relief and Cure as certain as (lav follows dav bv Dr. J. A. Sherman's Vetliod.
With xaftilv from the danirura of stranvulntlon aud
proof should sund . 10c for this book, containing likuntiSHes of canes before and after cure, also endorse-
mi'utu or proruSHlonal gontkinion, minlsiors, merchants, farmers aud others who have been cured. Truss,
us and Rupture sooner or tutor affuct the nurvous and mental system, bring on organic diseases, tmpo
tuner, runtror omiriry arujl social tlt-Hlrvx, maklnt the young old and the old usvlete. Office 251 Broadwav
N, Y., and 4:1 Mils: t.. Unston. Jny for consultation, euch week New Tork, Mondays, Tuesdays and
Saturdays; Boston, Wednesdays, Tbursdtya and frldays. -
For sale by C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
k How rwUmhliPrfam, Frmjrroiit, UrfnMtw, lutlor.
Sold bjrdi-olri In lira loof j 4.nod.. Illtrnt Afft., N. f.
; iiinger, Uuchu Mondraks, Stiliineia and many
..f ihsbest medicines knowu are combined in 1'ak-
aR'sGiNGKnToNic,intoaraedicineof auch va-J
ncd and ellective powers,as to maice i( ino Rremcje
iltlood Purifcr ana Liver Kegulator and the J
Ucstnealth&Strongth Bostoror Ever Used.,
It cures Dyspepsia. Rheumatism. Neuralgia,
Sleeplessness, and all diseases of the Storuach,'
Bowels, Lungs, Liver and Kidneys. ,
; Remember! Thia 1'oNio is the Best Family.
iMediciue ever made, and ij entirely different : from
Bitters, Ginger I'reuaratious, and other Tonics, a.
'it never intoxicatesbutcurcsdrunkenness. Non-'
'.''nuinc without timntnr of II urnx He ( 'n.,N. V.'
Parker's Hair Balsam
Tbtfbt ml mml
Fortune 1 AmMits wrlteonlck 1 Territory free.
8 c ul Irely iww In-ht stllltiK artlelo out. l'roH II-
iTisr I'eiu i.ir newiim nun an iniu'iime". inovo
tnictlblB Hafh Conl and a)ierf,-.-t fiiMirHprlns.
The 1'. T.CoUed Wln)liltCo..aau 1th Ave. K. V.
F STOPPED FREE
lnjne Person Ke?tnri1J
DK. KLINE SGKlAI
for all BaiK ft N raa Inn isi-ji. Uiity sura
r.ure fi'f tU. thiiUvtn and Atrw Atkrhw.t.
Infallibib If tukeu Oi Ulrpcrwl. An i(J ajlrf
firitdav'nuv. 1'roatlso ami VI trial botllol'ruo 19
Vitiiullriiu.they ia'lnneiirewaiis. fend nani-i
r. li. ami eiircHt kii'in-ns io uu. M.i.it.sn
AreU ?u 1'hlIiJulplila, l'a xpniu-ipwddnitU.
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Boll hyI)mircltHev-ryirticre. Trlro, fLOOnprbot
prri'ti.lriy nuiil. Kain l si nt Jrr to I'liyslclans
natllHutfi-r-m.hy I .N,-nt v'U rtc Co, HoxSUIil
kuw VorkCUy. bolunuHiun.etu-':riH.f "jnaiww.
HKAIITIKIII, OROAV. tho
ill sets, gulden
A Htvles. No. l'J.ikl. 27 stoos. 10 full sets.
tongue rt-uds, solid walnut lili;bee pollHhcd caso,
New aud valuable improvements just added. Stool,
book, music. Boxed and delivered on board cars
hero, price only $U0 (X), net cash. Hatlxfactlou
guaranteed In everv particular or money refunded
alter 1 year s use. Kvery one sold sells another, it
is a standing advertisement. Orpor at once, noth
ing saved by correspondence. My new factory just
completed, capacity 2,000 Instruments every Utl days
very la'ost labor saving wood working machinery.
Vast capital enables me to manufacture belter
goods for less money than ever. Address or call up
on Daniel P. Heatty, Washington, N. J.
PAnew styles ohromo cards with name, or 25 New
J" Year's cards 10c. Nassau Curd Co., Nacsau.N Y.
rTlin 1 Pftrk Wltllrd tr'clt cards, 1 puck ftiu cards,
X 111! i pack transparent enrds, 1 marvelous oml,
tharinonlura, loo allium verses, all In neat case for
7 So stamps. Address Hub Card Co., Boston, Mass.
I W VV TlVnA fr wl1'' liuffoved Interest
U 1(11 J X 'I Lt toble, calendar, etc. Sent to any
address on receipt of two three-cent stamps. Ad
dress Charles i. Hires, 4S North Delaware avenuo,
Atlantic and Gulf Coast Canal and Ukocchoba
50.000 SHAKES" 810 EACH
at PAH with a bonus of 10 acres for each 10 "hares,
from choice lands of the "Dlston Purchase"
Offices; I Third and Chestnut sis., Philadelphia.
1 110 Jiroadway, N, Y., Booms 111, llH.
Detatlud prospectus with descriptive maps mail
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
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Leaves Hound City at 8 a. m, and 1 p. m.
" Cairo at 10 n a, m. and 4 P. m.
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without the inlurv trnmi inflict. Thmt wUhtns the
by this simple v waten
power Invention may
avoid all the labor and
Injury of driving her
Hewing MbcIiIub. Over
3, OOO of these Backus
water Motors, noiseless
and ornamental, adapt
ed to all Bowing Ma.
chinos, are uow giving
Two aizea aro mjul., for
Hotisehold Sowlmr Ma
ehltica. Price, $15 and
8'2'1..10. Also lanrer
slr.es for factory need
and for all kind, of ma-
I Send for Circular to
BACKOS WATER MOTOR CO.. Newark, N. J
This la the
Most Ecouoniical Power Known
FOR DltlVlNU LIGHT MACHINERY !
It takes but lltllo room.
It never gets out of repair.
It cannot blow up.
It requires DO fuol.
It needs no engineer.
Thore Is no delay ; no Bring np ; no ashes to clean
away ; no extra Insurance to pay ; no repair
ing necessary; no coal bills to pay,
and it Is always ready for use.
It is Verv Cheap.
Prices fi to $m State paper you saw tbls ad In.
ABEATTY'n riAN'OFOBTES-Magniflcent hol-
lday presents; square grand pianofortes, four
very bandtomu round corners, rosewood cases,
three unisons, lieatty's matchless iron fratnes.etool
hook, cover, boxed, '! 75 to 21)7 60: catalogue
prices, $11110 to 11,0(10; satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded after one year's use; nprlgbt pi
anofortes, $125 to 255; catalogue price $600 to
1100; standard pianofortes of the nniverse, aa
thousands testify; write for mammoth list of tes
timonials; Beatty's cshinet organs, cathedral,
church, chapel, parlor, $30 upward; visitors wel
come; free carriage moots trains; Illustrated cat
alogue (holiday edition) free. Address or call on
DANIEL F. BKATTY, Washington, New Jersey.
Vl iirNTft irWW If yon would learn Telegra
I UL1U iUXll phy In four months, and be
certain of a situation, address Valentine Brothers,
Janesvlllu, Wis, ,
A YKAK and expenses to agents. Out
fits free. Address)
P. O. VICKERY, AngusU, Mo.
1o m rltl nt for advertisers, 100 pages, SS cento
dill rIXIL I g. i. Koweu & Co., New .ork.
120 Broad way, New York,
of any Life insurance Company
Bocauso , ,
It alone Issues.
Iricon testable P'olicies,
stipulating that tho contract of Insurance "shall
not be clhu'ited" alter H Is three years old,
and that such policies shall be
on receipt of satisfactory proofs of death.
Us policy Is clear and concise, and contain
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N. B. RKAD YOlIIt POMOIRM.
Com par thw
short and simple form used by the K
the long and obscure contracts loaded down with
tuchulealltles Issued by other companies I
Its CASH RETURNS ,
to poller holder! ara ,
N. B. 800 the manv lottora frnm r-Jtr. t,nt
oxprssslng their gratification with th returui from
HH)UUHO of lis 4
Assets Securely Invested
v 43 MILLIONS.
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33. A. BURNETT, Affent,
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