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Is the Best and Most
in the World.
For t'onsulpallofi, Illllousiicrisi,
Headache, Torpid l.tM-r, Ileni
orrlioltlst, IimiIkposIUoii, and ull
OlNurdcrH uriHliiK from nn vU
Htrurtcd Mate of the HyttU-m.
Ladles 1111(1 children, Hill those yvho dlyll'KO
laklnic I'M Hint rmuii'i.ii iiimiIii'iiich, are eM
I'lBily (ili'.iwd wilU UN agreeable ,) ualtl
'IIKH'KM-IU IT LAXATIVE mav lie us.-.
In nil rwH Unit need tin- kll of a piikhIivh,
f iuLurilc, nr it r1 1 1 1 mi ilicl nnd while it r
duces llc sain result us the. iiifiiu niuji'-il.'it i
entirely free trciin I hi iisiiiiI el!,-i-tliti 11,1111111.11
to thriii. I'm UtMl In bronzed tin txttcooni .
Price 25 cts. Large boxes 60c.
Sold by all fikst-cla.-,s I'lRijrir; ws.
Ho w to ..n;t.
COXSU.M I'TIOX. Co UO IIS,
COLI'S, ASTHMA, CROUP.
All diseases of the Throii!, Li.t g und V'.uniiury
USE AC'OHDINC WUEOTIONS.
Allan's Luiilc Pakuii.
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If All I Ell I 1,1-1. nf I 1.
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u.'tl Ik,, fwylt', 1mI., bvl M.A.M. Uniil, Mb.
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM!
OF LYNN, MASS.
4 -.; v.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
The Pnlftv Cnr
For all Female Complaints.
This pr paratlen, M Iti name alanine., t'nnill of
V rgetalle -n-rties that are harmless to the inurt del
Matelntahd. f ooe trial the mrnU of tbl Cum
H tod will I re.fidel. m relief la IcnmrtUte; a ad
h6 it, uaela continuM. In nlnrtT.niaenuvin bun.
dred, atrmarii.tcurei.-fl-td,atb'uands lll
t.fy. On a-rotint uf lt pri-Ten ni-nu, It l tcxlaj re
r mounded aud prueriU-d hy tin bwt physicians In
tie c untry.
II will mr entirely the wrrt form of fiilllif
ct th. uterus, Lf uivrrhisa, lrr,(fular and p&lnful
Urtitrution.klKiTArlanTrouM, , Influniutln nd
Vlrf rmtlon. IVxHllUirt, nil I'lillAmtiti wkJ the ron
m 'jutct lril wMtknrtf, Mid U r.lally blai.trd to
tl.f Char.?" f life. It will d.volire ami M l tumori
f r, .ti the uttrudnan ,rljr nve ff ili'vpli jcment. Tli
treat nr; t ran'-erouf huinon thtre It rhccknil Ttry
Hdlly ly In u.
In fact It hat ir'Tf1 t'i lie the fra
et anil bt remedy that hu erer been dlacofer
ed. It rriieatnerery p'lrtit'n of the ryntrin, and give
0, w Ufi abd Tiger, it rera .TMi faintnen.natulcnry. d
etrcyi allrrariug fur ItliiiUliuiu.aud n licit wtaluicaa
oX the itotnk'h
eurei lil jatlr.g, Iliada'-he, Nerrona I'm ration,
tit neral liebility. Slrtjli unrn, Depreailon and Indl
gfrtji o. That feeling of tx artrg down, raimliig palji,
weight and tatkacne, In alwayii inrannitly cured by
iUiih ltwUlatalltitnn.andund'rall eirruinntan
m, art In harmony wiibtje law that gorerna lb
For Ki'lneyComi liint" of either cx toll compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
I prepared at WandfJ Weatern Areiiue. Lynn. Mva.
!'rlrl.0f. S11 bottW-afurl'i.'jO. Sent hy mail In the
fi rm of pllla, alto In the fonu of LctriiKei, 011 receipt
f price, 1.(0, ner hot, fur either. Mr. IIXKHAM
freely anwra all letten of Inquiry. Kfnit fur pini
blet Adilreaaaaalur Xrntivn lint )xiptr.
No family ahuuld he without LV1UA F. I'lNKllAM'
UV"lt TILLS. They fure CuD.-tltloa, I!Ulouni j
andTurpidltT of the IJver. Cicentu Iwr box.
KICIIAHDSUN &: CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wtio.,r.;,- -L'liiln f.r LYDIA E. l'INKIIAM'S
ViiioMt ;..' I'titiipiiuuii.
ObtaiBed for new invention, or for Improvement
on uid Bin.; for mi'd'.rul or other compound, tnidi
murk and laticl. I'kvchi. AMIirnnicni. Inter
Terence. Appenl. Still fur Infringement, and
ail cane unriiiL' under Die Patent Law, prompt-
ancniluil to luventinti tnnl nave Deen
W 1 VC'TPl 1 hy ,hu l'ti-"t niv ulll,
Cil Jilvl iil' in mnet run', tie tiatented bv
on. Beiue opposite the L'. S. Talent Ilfiiurtnii'til,
and cnu'ifed In Patent hnaiiien extluively. we ran
make doner enrclie. and foi iire I'litenu more
promptly, and with broader ilnlniis, than tlioau who
are reniote from Wntilnclon.
I YWYTOLN """ mmM or 'kftch f
ll ? Jixl 1 V.'JlO j.,)Ur device; we maki' ex
amiuntltuiH and advle a to patentability, free of
rhartfe. All correspondence atrlrtly coiilldenil.tl.
l'nct'H low, and no chnrire iinlc 1'ittuut l-etiiMd.
We refer In Wuchliniton. to Hou I'oatmiiMer
(lencral D. M. Key, liev. V. I). Power The tierman
American National Hank, to olllelala in thu I.'. S,
Patent Ufflco, and to Semi loin and Representative
In Om.tr.; and epecially to onr clleni in every
Slate In the Union and in Canada. Addreaj
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Lalo Comnilriiloiier of 1'iitenl.
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A tloriicva "t I.uw "nil Snllrltor of Awi'ilnm and
ll'JKirni STKM'.T, WASHINt.TON.D, C.
I'ractlcr, patent law In all II lirimrhei in the,
Paient IMIKu, and in the Suiiieuiti nml t lri 'iit
t'ourta nf the I'nlti'tl NtHtv. Piiliiphlet Belli lru
on receipt of atanip for pulni(
Caiiio, Iimmiih, Demuhor, IO.K-nV
Thu rotfiiliir minimi nicotine of the ttiekliuliler
of thu City National Hunk of Ciiiro, fur the purpoxi
f ulcclliitf aeven dlrcetor. will In' held at ihu of
Den of tlil bank, In till rltv.mi Tuemluy. January
II, ISM. ToIIb open al 10 oVlock a, in. mid cUih'o
At 4 o, clock p, in, of tnid d.iy.
XHUS. W, HALLll)AY,Cio.lilcr,
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Cotio.'iiitit I'liiMino; Take lmlf a
D'iiimiI of ili'sit'iiuti'il cocommH anil two
thick Klii'i's of Iji'I'ikI; jmt tliuiii Id Honk
in u invl of mill; fur two or tlinio
Iioiiin; tlicti adil oiiiMHinctf of biiltfr, two
omii'CH o'f hiiar, thu yolks of four I's
aii'l u NalNjiooiifiil of sail; Iji'al tint
whites to a still' froth; uM tlu'in to your
uililiii, :iint hakt) in a hot ovun for
t!in!';-iiiai't('!'s of an hour, Scrvn hot.
l'uiuiikiii I'ii; Stew thu iiiiiiikin very
dry iiiili'i'i); t;iko ajiinlof ritili crca'n. or
if this is not olitainalili', half a )niui'l of
vtifiu milk witli o:nt iiiarlcr of v. pound
of Imttcr siirri'.l well into it; bcai. fiht
I''jfs very lilit and stir tlicm into the
otliur inrcdii nts, together with sujjar
fiioii'li to inakt; it swtitt; add to this a
grated niitini'";, a hwgo U'a-poonful of
powd' H'd mace ami cinnamon mixed, a
wim-lass of ro-c-'Aatcr, and a o-lass of
w iiic mixed tooeilicr, ami a tiny iim:li of
s;;!t; tuat all together cry 'hard, and
hake in a rii.li paste.
pone ( 'akc Twuh o c..':-. tin ir
W'iht in ifi-atnilated snar, and ihe
vanie of Hour. He at the yolks i the
e'i;s and the Mjjrar well together ; heat
the whites to a still' froth; sift the Hour
very lihtlv; add a teapoonful of tin.1
I eaten white of ee-fj aud'iiie of the Hour
alternately till all is u-ed; then add the
orated rind and juice of a lemon. I'nt
a well-irea-eii pap' r in a tin baking
iian and bake the e.;ke in it in a very
hot oven: if it is pe'.'ing too brown on
top t over with a pieee of letter paper.
Tea Koils - Half a cake of compressed
yea-:t in three hall'-pitits of lukewarm
water: all a quart of )ifted Hour,
and mix well to a thick batter. Let it
stand si or seven hours in a moderate
ly warm place till well risen. Then add
two egs, ;m ounce of butter, four
ounces of sugar and a Lablespoonful of
salt; add Hour (about a pint), and work
well with the hands until it is a soft
dough. Make into rolls: t.ut them in
the puns they are to he baked in, and
M t near the stove to rie; as soon as
they rise, Lake in a quick oven.
lhiehesse Potatoes M t-h one quart
of hot boiled potatoes through a tine
colander with a potato-n.aier, mix
them with one ounce of butter, one lev-o
el teaspoonful of salt, half a teaspooiiful
of white pepper, quarter of a tea-poon-f
til of grated nutmeg, add tin; yolks of
two raw eggs: pour the potato out on a
plate and then form with a knife into
-mall cakes, two inches long and one
inch wide ; lay them on a buttered tin,
brush them over the top with an egg
beaten up with a tea.-pooriful of cold
water, and color them golden brown in
a moderate oven.
I!'i!ed ( :l;etnut.-Make a -light in
cision in the outer skin onlv of the
chestnuts. io prevent bursting, and
wln n all are done, throw them into
plenty of boiling water, with about a
de--e'rt spoonful of .sa'.t to the half-g.il-on.
Smiio chwtntits will require to be
boiled neavly or quite an hour: others
little more than half that time. The
cook shoiiM try them occasionally, and
as soon a they are sott eno'.irli. drain
tl.em. wipe them in a coarse cloth, and
-cud tln ui to a table quickly in a hot
liaked l-ans I'i, k over a quart of
beans at nighi, : lid put over them warm
water to 'vcr theru well. In the morn
ing drain them and put them in cold
water, with one quarter of a spoonful
of soda, and boil them half an hour;
drain again, free from water, and put
tiuni in ;t bean-jxit, with two table
sjiooiifuls of lindanes aud half a pound
of salt pork, which has been well wash
ed; till the pot with Mitlicient lxiiling
water to cover the Leans place the eo
er on tin- po'. and put a rim of pate.
made of thmr and water around it, and
bake in a very moderat-i oven eight or
ten hours. It you have not a regular
bean-po!, put I hem into a baking dish
and cut the pork into small slices, plac
ing one in the centre of the beans and
the rest ai even distances around it.
Light, Not Noise,
One of the nnjniber.s of the bar in
Saratoga, who thoroughly enjoys a
good joke, relates the followinir,
anil applies the moral to himself:
Nut long since he was coumcl in a
cne bifro Judge Pratt, referee, and
during the progress of the trial became
a little noisy, as he sometimes does,
when the Judge looked up and said to
him: Mr., tlid you ever hear of the
man w ho was -t in the woods during
n thunder-storm?" hi being answered
in the negative the Judge continued:
"A man, in attempting to p;vs through
apiece of woods, lost lus way, and
while he w:t.s in that predicament a
fearful thunder-storm came up. The
wc !s grew awfully dark. The roar of
the wind and the crashing of the
thunder was terrific. The man was
frightened and started to pray , but not
being used to that business, said: 'Oh,
Lord, give us a little more light, and a
little less noise!" "I don't mean you,
Mr.," added the Judge, but the audi
ence supposed till the tiinethe Judge did
nieun him. and now that he thinks of it
liimselilie inclines to that opinion also.
The Fuel of the Future.
The S'tutical Uifxltc makes the fol
lowing; announcement in regard to the
two of protroletim as fuel: We shall
soon be able to announce a wonderful
stride in the mechanical appliances for
using liquid fuel for generating steam
in both marine and laud boilers. The
matter is in the hands of practical men,
whojjwill soon demonstrate that they
can make 1(J to !.M) gallons of crude
petroleum, costing from H' to 1M) cents,
do the work of a ton of eoal, costing
from 1 to t.'.'o. and without dirt or
smoke, and when, us in the case of a
large steamer carryiny from forty to
forty-live men in the' lire-room, one
man in eneli will be abundantly able to
keep up a uniform pressure of steam nt
all times, Liquid fuel is the interven
ing step between coal ami electricity,
w hich w ill in due sca.oii furnish motion
for the world. Hut until we arrive at a
thorough knowledge of this subject and
of motive power liquid fuel will liavo
had its day ntul generation, wiping out
Ihe last remnant of barbarism coal,
The tircman of the future can wear
broadcloth in the lire-room, while the
coal-passer will have laid down his
"shovel and hoe" to bee.inie memories
of the past. This condition of things
Is near at hand.
CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 17, 1880,
A Daiifflitcf Rescued. -A
Frankfort (Ky.) physician writes:
Some months ago the daughter ol one of
our prominent citizens wns pronounced a
hopeless consumptive. She w ns very much
reduced in llc'h; terrible cough, her hfu
gradually wasting away, I recommended
her to use -'Dr. .Swayne's Compound (Syrup
cf Wild Cherry," which she did. In a
hhort time the was lree from all cough and
otlur symptoms, und is now rosy mid
healthy. Price cents ami SI a bottle or
C bottles $.). The large size is the most
economical. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne
& Hon, Philadelphia. Hold by druggists.
An occasional dose of ''Sway no's Pills"
should be taken to keep the bowels free.
They arc excellent for torpid liver nud bil
ious complaints. Sold by all the Cairo
Virginia City, Nevada.
fuFt henril from Tom Harris, Virginia
City, Nevada : he wiitts that the
doctors had given up all hopes of saving
him. lie had Albuineiiaria in the worst
form; was induced to try Spring Blossom,
lie is now bossing his stamping mill as
u-iml. Prices, 50 cents, trial bottles 10
A T.Ait -1: proportion of children who die
early are those whose brain development is
unusually large in comparison with the
body. Why is this? Simply because the
functions of the body are too frail to sup
lily the waste going on in this brain conse
quent upon active intelligence. Fellow's
Compound Syrup of HypophosphiK s is so
prepared that it imparts tho vital principle
directly to the brain, while it assists in de
veloping a vigorous and robust body.
AVhv has Honio'opathy become so popu
lar? Because their medicines are so easy
to take; find this is one reason why Carter's
Little Liver Pills arc so very popular.
Everybody likes them.
Jabeah Snow, Gunning Cove, N. S.,
writes-: "I was completely prostrated with
the Asthma, but heuring of Dr. Thomas'
Eclectiic Oil, I procured a bottle, and it
diid mc so much good, that I got another
and before it was used I was cured. My
son was cured of a bad cold by the use of
half a bottle. It goes like wildfire, and
makes cures whenever it is used.
PaulG. Scnuii. Agent.
W. A. Titub, C2 Ashland Avenue, Toledo,
Ohio, says : "My wife is now as strong as
ever, her regained health being directly due
to the use of the Excelsior Kidney Pad.
We can heartily recommend it to all kidney
troubled persons." See Adv.
A Happy Restoration.
I can truly say that I owe my present ex
istence and happy restoration to the hopes
and joys of life, to the use of Warner's Safe
Kidney and Liver Cure, and I say to every
one suffering from any manner of kidney,
liver or urinary trouble, "Use this remedy
W. E. Sankohd.
Holly, N. Y., Feb. 25,180.
Slic Passed it Along.
I sen ! you my testimonial in reference to
Spring Blossom, having taken it for dys
pepsia, and receiving almost immediate re
lict. I passed it to my neighbor, who is
using it with same result.
Mns. J. W. Lkpff.lt, Elmira, X. Y.
Price, 50 cents, trial bottle 10 cents.
Stop That Cotigli.
If you are suffering with a cough, cold,
asthma, bronchitis, hay fever, consumption,
loss of voice, tickling in the throat, or any
affection of the throat or lungs, use Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption.
This is the great remedy that is causing so
much excitement by its wonderful cures,
cunng thousands of hopeless cases. Over
one million bottles of Dr. King's New Dis
covery have been used within the last year,
and have given perfect satisfaction in every
instance. We can unhesitatingly say that
this is really the only sure cure for throat
and lung affections, and can cheerfully
recommend it to all. Call and get a trial
bottle free of cost, or a regular size for $1.
For sale by George E. O'Hara. Druggist,
Cairo, 111. (3)
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Nerve Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
Mr. Wm. romeroy, Bangor. Mc., writes:
I have for a long time suffered from contin
ual constipation, mnking life a misery, and
causing Headache and fiightful cramps.
Mr. Thomason (w ho has been lately visiting
in Buffalo) induced me to try the Spring
Blossom. It has perfectly cured me. Price,
50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
The Cairo Prices Current.
Office Washington Avenue,
The Caiiio riurKs CuaiiENT t published every
Tueaday and Friday from tho office of Tub Canto
tlui.tKTiN.and la Intended to give a true report of
tho condition of the market on day of publication,
and the publlhcr trust that full nnd complete
quotation will bo given by the businea men of the
TKHMS.-Ono ccut per copy. On all orders of
M or more, of sainu date, tho subacrlbcr'a namo
will bo printed without extra charge Orders for
txtracoplo imit ba received by 10 o'clock. .,
u dav of publication.
Tin; it sd ay Evemnii, Dec. 10, 1880.
The weather is dark and stormy, with the
mercury several degrees below freezing.
The river is falling at the rate of over 24
inches in 21 hours.
The market is generally weak and unset
tled with prospect of a further decline in
prices on staple articles, in consequence of
the break in other markets.
FLOLMt Stocks arc comparatively
heavy; the market is easy, and tho do
mand nir, to fill southern orders'.
HAY Receipts nro large and tho mar
ket U weak, with a prospect of a further
decline. Eighteen dollars is outside quo
CORN Tho tendency is to lower prices,
owing to tho shaken condition of other
markets. Mixed offered to-day at 43 cents
was not taken.
OATS The demand is moderate and
the supply large.
MEAL Scarce and unchanged.
BHAN Steady and firm.
BUTTKK-Full stocks and a light de
mand. EGGS Scarce and quoted at fancy
POULTRY Choice of all kiuds is in
APPLES The market is fairly supplied,
and the demand is good.
POTATOES Firm, scarce aud inactive
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. -Tho urire here jnven are tor talcs from
Bret hand la round lots. An advance la
charged lor broken lots in lllllnBordere.
lOobb',. XXX 4 on
:VK) hbla Various :j .vvjj,,-, nil
pill country lanry j :;.)
line) " various ijrailc 3 S.VS41; 00
' choice 5 (miir, 10
.110 " low fanrv .'. i'i
100 low family i ;j
2 car prime Timothy Hi ,V)
car L'ilt edi-e is ()
3 car choice lied Top 15 0(1
8 car ko(i1 Hed Top m...m.. 14 00
1 car choice Timothy, ou order....,. 19 00
5 car mixed, bulk 4,;
i car white, in hulk lo&lK
2 car mixed In Italic '. 37
cur, in ack ...... ,...
3 care choice in bulk - 37
lied, per bu 1 Oofl.1 fTi
White 1 00
City, per bbl - 2 M
300 aack, delivered. srRW)
1 car in fucks, delivered -':,
3 0 pound Northern roll Jiri'i
:jii pound Northern 2-83
4") pounds Illinois l.Vl)
.7l pound choice roll -ii
300 pounds choice roll -j:)
3"o pound Southern Illinois roll is
4)i pound " ' 15
200 dozen 30
Acoops live, per do?. 8 Wdif) 00
loo pound drenfed, undrawn C
1JI " choice, dreesed !rj,!0
5 coops good mixed 2 CO
2 coop mixed 2 On
5 coops heus 2 2ji&2 50
Per head !Q10
40 bbls.. 4 74
150 barrels i 25
5m bushels, in bulk 75
Per bbl 7 50
150 bbls choice Ben Davn 2 :','2 50
l.'O bbls. fancy Michigan 2 Mijfi ',.)
250 bbls. varieties 1 754J2 50
50 bbls. choice W'Jnesaps 2 uO
Per barrel 5 5036 00
Venison carcass S
" suddies 8
Wildttlrkcyseach 40ft .V)
50 don Ounil. per dozen .M.l no
30doz ftubbiu 7Viil (XI
Dressed hoj;s, choice 5
Live ' 4
Dressed, " common 4'i
Dry salt Shoulders 5
" Hams "
" Clear sides . 8
'' Clear Itlb Sides
St. Johns $1 S5
Ohio Uiver none
A ounce burlaps.2 bushels 4
Oat sacks, ti bushels 13
Peaches, halves and quarters...,. 44,'
Apples, bright -'-Alrl
Choice navy Jl 75
Choice medium 1 51
v ib isa-,o
V B sr',i
Calf, (Ircen 11
Dry Flint IS
Dry Malt I t
Green Suit U&7
O rtJOD ttSI(MtSa NIMtMtMHHI H
Sheep Pelts iota a a titati
Common Liik SI NY?! CO
Otind lini... b mi a mi
Low Leaf. 5 7.0 W
(lood Loaf. H nikit 7 0
Medium Lear S Mi6 8 50
ItATKS OF FREftMIT.
Memphis NewOrleons Wiiy
OralnperCwt in cm 17jcti 25' eta
HnypurCwt " 22),'" 7!jct
Flonrpurbhl SO 85 " 45 cts
Pork per bbl 40 " 50" t7rtt
liv v ATM, fi vif v.i v if' nX TfTr 'i i'f
ci i vi) I at r t i r a a a a 1 1
jj J.ioij i.nAiitii) Wlaiiva lUUtJt S3
Cuhe Your 1 Backache.
And all ilUenaes of the Kidneys, Blndib r and
L'rii.ary Ormis by weuriiiK the
Iiniirovetl Excelsior Kidney-Pud
U is a MARVEL of HEALING and RELIEF
Simple, Sensible, Direct, Pain
It ft HKS where all else full. A REV ELA
TION and UK VOLITION in Medicine. Absorp
tion or direct application, as opposed 'o un
satisfactory inierciil medicine. Send for our
treatise im Kidney troubles, sent free. Sold by
tlrut'tfists, or sent by mail, on recilpt of price, 2.
Tld is tUo RATFSAHWTFY
Ordinal and v , y, r 1 ' 4
nine Kidney pHd 1 d t Mltdisdll Street,
Ask lor It and CHICAGO, ILL.
take no other.
Maiuuera for the Northwest.
EC LB C TBI C Oil!
WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY OF IT.
Geo. Mutchler, Marion, 0,, says: It beats everything he has ever tried for Rheumatism
Daniel Hoffman, a farmer, near Marion, Ohio, savs it cc.red him of a sore throat of 8
W. N. Painter, 149 Morgan street, Buffalo, N. Y., Says: My child was taken with a
Cough, in its severest form, and Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil being the only remedy at hancL.
I began giving it according to directions,
slept well the remainder ot the night. I
Sold by all Druggists.
Go to PAUL G. SCHLTI, Druggist,
Dyes. For brightness and durability
pounds, price 15 cents.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of the United States.
lO BROADWA.Y NEW YOKK
E. A. BUEKETT, Agent,
Corner Twelfth. St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois.
W. X. CRAINE. General Manager for Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and the
Territories, 1015 Dearborn Street, Chicago.
Mendelssohn Piano Co.
Will make, for the next 60 days only, a Grand Offer of
PIANOS AND OEGANS.
SI150 Square Grand Piano for ouly 824-5.
STYT,V 1 Mairnillcent Rosewood case, eleenntly finished,.'! strttips 7 I I Octaves full pan at
JJU cauointeiiiirafles, our new patent overstrung scale, beautilul curved leg, and lyre heavy
serpentine and lar-e fancy moiihlln( round case, full Iron Frame, French Orand Action, Orand Mia
mers, lu fact every Improvement which can in any way tend to the perfection of the Instrument his
tOur price forthis Instrument boxed and delivered on board tho cam al New York COf !v ("LA
with flue Piano Cover, Stool and Book, ouly CW,Wi
This Piano will be sent on test trial . Please send reference II you do not send money with order. Cnsh
sunt with order will he refuuded and fr, Il-Ii t charges paid by us both ways if Piano is not just as rep
resented In tills advertisement. Thousands In use. bend for Catalogue, Every Instrument Inlly war
ranted for live year.
1)1 ATL! 8IW to JHO (with Stool, Cover and Iiookl. All strictly First-class und sold I'.Wnolo
I I 11JJ sale fiiclory pi lees These l'lnnos niiitle one olllie tlnel displays at the Centennial
Exhibition, and weto unnnimoiisU recommended for the niehest Honors. Iho
Fiiiares contain our New Patent Scale, the ireatest Improvement Ui the history of Piano maklnc. Ttu
Upright are the finest lu America, Positively we make the tit est Pianos, of the richest tone and ftcai -est
durability. They are recommended by the highest musical authorities In tho country. Over 14,00
In use, and uot one dlssntlsiled purchaser. Ail Pianos und Ortans sent on V days test trial -frflijht
free if unsutlsliiclorv. Don't full to write lis before buying, Positively we oiler the oest barcsins. C'at
aloKiie mailed free. Hanilsome Illustrated and Descriptive Cutulnyue of Is pnes mallru for 3c staaip.
Every Piano fully warranted lor S. years.
XllM A TC1 Our "Parlor Grand Jubilee Orgim," style 35, is tho finest nnd sweetest toned Kcd
lllllTil0 "rtan ever od'eredthe musical public.. It contains l-'lvn Octnvea, Flv ets HecCl,
four of 2'4 Octuves each, and oiio of three Ocliivcs, Thirteen Sioj.s with Grand
Organ Diapion, Melodla, Viola, Mute.Celeste, Dulcet, Echo, Molodla Furle. ('elestlna, Violins. Fltne
Forto, Tremolo. Oraud-OrL'an and Grand-swell. Knen Stops Height '4 incbes: Lcntth.4) In; Width,
:i in; W'einht. boxed, Hisl His. Thecase Is of sollil walnut, veneen d with rhoiru woods, and II of in
entirely new and beautilul design, elahorstely carved, with raised pannels. music clo-i t, lump stands,
fretwork. Etc., all elegantly llnlshed. Possesses the latest and best iinprovenienls, with sriul power,
depth, brlllianoy antl sjmiiaihelle tiuiillly rftoiie. Beautiful solo iileii and perfect sup ietlon
Reirtilar reiall price f JSS. Our wholesale nel cash price to have it Inirodured, with s'ool and book,
only $117 as one orau sells others. Positively no deviation in price opinicht nttiirtd niitll you
have fully tested thu orKuu In your own homo. We send nil Organs ou 15 iian tost trial and pay freight
both ways If Instrument Is not as represented. Fullv warrant, d for 5 years. Oilier- styles-, stop or
pin only (115; I) stop, s.1: 11 stops, $115, OwrlU.' W sold, and every Oman h given tho fullest sat
isfaction. Illustrated circular mailed lice, Factory and warerooms, 57th SI , und lotb Ave
QTIWT AIITQTC1 ' ""e-thlrd price. CataiOL'tis of 3is 0 choice pieces sent for lie .'amp. Tel
OJliXJl M I JOlAy CalaloKito lucludes mof of the popular music of Ihe day tnd every virletj
musical composition, by Iho best authors, Address,
MENDELSSOHN PJAN0 CO., P.O. box 2058, New York City,
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PRICE 50 cents and $1.00.
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