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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 81, 1881.
THK TWENTY-FIRST AXXUAlTmb..
EQUITABLE LIFE A$
OP THE UNITED STATES, 120
UNITED STATES, 120
HENRY B. II Y
POH THE YEAIl END!'
AaouNTOP LatMia aaaiTi, Jan
Interest sod reula
Net profit ou luvtattnenta
Claim by death and matured endow
ment .. m
Dlvldeuds, aurreader valuea, iiiiU 'tu
Discounted endowment and matured
In a hull
Total paid policy boldira "u m u
Dividend oo capital "V" ?
Btale, eouoljr and city Una , ,orm 'llln
7 IrrrKuUr Mil painful
NVtcaah aaaeta, flu .uubUa, liiflummatloa and
... ail IttplarMwnU and tti cm-
. J fknH, and t Mpcrlallf artaptm to
""".."(.iriiira of Ufa. It will dimlT and noel tumore
frera tlx utarualB an aarty f nr of dTrlnirnt. Th
tondetury to caneeroua humor lbra la elicited very
tpaedllf bj Ita ui.
Id faot It baa proxy, tn ha lha rrat
at and twat ntmrdjr that ha ar bji dlmoTar
ad. It permeatee rrj portion of th ayrtcm, aad B1-J
turn Ufa and rigor. Itramoriafaintoaai.lUtiiWiry, da
atrujra allrrailug f or attjuulanta, awl rellr- akna
f th aumwk
I. run Moating. Hndarbaa, Nrroti IV-il ration,
OfJtieral DfbllltT, HWplia. w. reprMrwn and Indl
(Mtlon. That filling of bearing down, raualnf pais,
wi hiand barkaha, la alwaya permanently eaird bj
III uaa. It Trill at all time, and under all rlrmnitan
eaa, art In barmoey aitb tba law that town tba
For Kidney Complaint of .Ither thla rocapound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la prepared at to and t W "atcrn Arrmi'. I.ynn, Ma.
rrlcall OO. u bnttln for VOL Vnl liy niallln tin
form of ptllf, alaiiln tl form of u-nw, on rvvri
Dfprtra, 1.W, per tmx, fur rither. tin nSKMAK
frtwljp anaveraall lrttT of Inimrr Iwnd tT paw
phlet, AiUmaualuni Mntm tku itT.
No family ahould I without I.TIM A K 1'INKRAM
. LV?!R IH.IA T!'T r (jonrtljitl..n, EUl'rti.neu
anJ Torwd.tr of lf Utr t5cntir tax.
HICHAKDSON &, ( ()., M. I.ui, Mo.
Wliolraai.- ak'i-uia f-r LVMA K. I'IN'KIIAM'S
T)P 4 rprP"'0 i:;axs. i.s rup 4 ,n
IlTjA 111 n"'-'-d'. only K AUlr.h
lutilid K li itv, Wa-hiii'
ton. N. J.
work ail anrl" nd nmini-r. K-t jurtlnilara ad
dreaa J. I'MiCI. IIDY d lO. I'Hiladrlphla. 1'a.
THE IIELISII OFTUi: WniH.D.
SOLD BY ALL GliOCEItS.
Geo. AVoods & Co.'j
QUALITY OF TONK,
Beautiful Musical Effect
Strength and Durability!
Beauty of Design
They will niillHt all common, rlic nji (iriiana,
wtitla their muatral nd mechanuat nam i coin
mend them to all who wiah a atricily liiyh urade
Affonts wanted in this vicinity.
(iEO. AYOODS it CO.,
Double Rone Corset.
I made w lib Two Iloua of Jloliea,
placed one iiionllie oilier. 'ach
lde. irlvlim It double atr nuth anil
'elarllcily. Hnd will ponithciy not
break down on tho aldea.
Hent hv iiihiI on reroipt of l
K1EM). I.KI TiiK CO.. t'hli auo. III.
WISCONSIN I" 1Q
500,000 Acres UiUlUo
ON TDK LINK OFTM5
AVISCOXSIN CENTRAL R. R.
For full partlculara, which will be aetit l-ee, addrew
CHAHI. KS L. rol.HV.
Land C'ommlaaloner, MlUvsiikec. Ik.
$K AND ITWAKDS. 1'nrtln with limited cup
t) lial riiialrluii tu berouie iuteruKtud In Minim;
enterprlaea, at bottom laurel
for free proapectua to JOS
urea, pea(t aend addre
IA II l'LF.TCIIKH, S7
uroadway, N. V. city
1 0 f.hO CAHPKNTKH ure now naliiK our New
xy,UVU Munltlno to Kile Haw of all kind.
rrlce ji.no Humi your addreaa on Pont'il Cmd for
our llluatrBtiid clrculnr. K. liU'l'H It ilKU., New
Orford, Adam Co , I'a.
YnilllfMPll 'In Telnpraphv! Krn fill
A I'UU- IiihiI to im H month. Urailualea
guaranteed piiylUB ollleea. Addreaa Valentine
lima., Janoavllle. V la.
A Y KA K and , vipeiiaei to
W","-nw.yi'tS Addreaa. I'.
O. VICRKUV. AiiRuata. Maine
ftnnq a year lo auonta, and exponaea. 1(1 Outfit
V'tti'J trvo, AddwalF. Hwain A Co. .Annuals, Mo
MORION (IIONlMt ixccrriu).
jf. ulngr Daily in Southern Illinois.
fullHtln Building, WwhiuRWn Arenne
t n Imcrlptton Kntoi:
ASBl'RANCf (delivered by camera) per week...
. 10 HO
. it VI
. 1 UO
, mi u" auvaucaj una year
mall (in advance) u year 1 On
mi.ntlia 1 On
'AO ntia ..f tun anil lll'ttlllllt lfilil 1 W
Potai:c tn all caam prepaid.
A d v r t d I n g It a t R :
Ktrat Ittn.-rt Int.. per anuare 11 0l
i'lbawiueLtliinertioiia, (.i.r (aar... &'
r" ir urn; we k. per acjuare 3 M
V in nil notice 1 00
O dtuarii-a and roaolutloue paed by aia.letlea
len l:i M per line,
l'eaiha uud inarrini.ea free
Kirai liiai rlion. r aonare 1 1 00
SuhMKiueul iiianrtloiia 10
citllit llnea or aolld nonpareil couatltutf a anuare
Otjiplayed adverllaanietit will be charted accord
ing i Hie aiiace occupied, at aliova ratea- tbere be-
I tw..'ve llnea of aitllrl trpe to the Inch.
I'') regular advertlaera we olfer anperior Indue
m-nta. both aato ratea of charyei and manner of
d uplnj ln( Ibelr favor..
i bin paper may lie round on Hie at to. f. Koweii
t Co. 'a Newapaper Advertiaiui; llure.au, (10 Hpruce
a r -f where adverliHiiiK contracta may lie made
I r It In N-w York.
''ommunlcatlona upon auhjectaof general tntereet
to the public are at all tlmea acceptable. Rejected
loiouarrtpia will not he returned.
Lrtiera and comrnuntcatlona ahonld he addreaaed
A Huriieli Cairo Jlliuola "
Midnight in thn Banc turn.
Il u :t- i:iit miiliiilit, iilnl tliu lilitM
in tlif siiiictiini sIiihh' lirilitly on tlit!
Iir.'tvn iik'Ii of I In stall' tlicri; asncnihli'l.
Tiic ni'w--.'iliiir ri-aclicil (ivit for the
l)! iili l fasten a ini itntih tlowit over
It iiiihIi' to lie holiest," ho inur
rnurfcl. "K.M-ei:iily wln-n you are ue.sei.isoiy
In the ikI," sniil tlin city clitor.
"Mill tliij," the editor, lifting tlm
nil) .toe-Mili.li nit from a pile of loose
iiiaiiii.si-iiji. "is what givtsu the paper-
"Anil this," said the as.vifiaU'. Iiolil
ir an oi iinal pot-m on "Winter" in
tlx! jN.'-j''1- 'IimhN it an airy light-
'Nary lightness it is'1 said the news
editor, "for there's pounds and pounds
of it in the drawer.
' Take rare of tht pounds," said the
cily editor, "and the pencil will tako
eare of itself."
I should re-mark." said the proof
reader, as he railed for a revise.
"And 1 should dollar." caid the busi
ness manager, coining in with a hatful
of iiianusei ipt.
"Now, yoiu shoutin'," sang the chor
us: "say your piece."
"1 have come to eivojterate with you,"
Maid the liiisiuess manager. "See! these
are the new ad.e."
"Put a pica head on it," aid the fore
man. And longer had they sung, but with a
frown the tunny man impatient rose,
and, remarking that this was a nooso
paper, joked oil' all farther debate, and
the. forms went down.
Coi.D mil moisture
torjsii icing i tfit t u'ti
conitiiiu-d have a
the ImkUIv organs,
and the digestive and secretive processes
art- Kiit to be more tardily ptTfonncd in
winter than in the Ull. The same is true,
ulso, of the i xcretory tunctior.s. The li
els are often sluggish, and the pons of the
ekiu throw off but little waste matter at
this 8enwn. The ostein, therefore, requires
opening up a little, and also purifying and
ngulating, and the aalVst. ntircet and most
tiiotoiii'h tonic and alterative that can be
used for these purposes is Hostetter's Stom
ach Hitters. Persons who wish to escape
the rheumatic twinges, the dvspeptic ago
nies, the painful disturbances of the liowels,
tin? bilious attacks, and the nervous visita
tions, so common at this time of the year,
will do well to reinforce their systems with
this renowned vegetable stomachic and in
vigoianf. It improves the appetite,
strengthens the stomach, du els the spirits,
and renovates the whole physiipio.
A Purpose in Life.
Carlvle once asked an Edinburgh stu
dent who tells the story in the Mil
waukee Soilimi-what he was study
ing for. The youth replied that he had
not finite made up his mind. Thero
was a Midden lightning flash in the old
Scotchman's eye, a sudden pull down
of the shaggy eyebrows, nnd the stern
face grew sterner as he said : "The man
without a purpose is like a ship with
out a rudder; a waif, a nothing, a no
man. Have a purpose in life, if it is
only to kill and divide ami well oxen
well, but have a purpose; anil having
it, throw such strength of mind and
muscle into your work as God lias
"To sum it up, six long years of bed
ridden sickness, costing I'.'OO per year,
total f 1,200 all of this expense was stop
ped by three bottles of Hop Hitters, taken
by my wife. She has done her own
housework for a year since, without the loss
of a day, and I want everybody to know
it, for their benefit." N. E. Farmer.
FREE OF COST.
Dr. King's New Discovery for ('unsuinp
tion, Cfiughs and Colds, Ast'lmia, llronchtis,
etc., is given away in trial bottles free of
cost to ihealllicted. Ifymi have a severe
cough, cold, diiliculty ot breathing, hoarse
ness or any uiiec.tioii of the throat or lungs
by all means give this wonderful remedy a
a.! a. I 4 ....... I . .
us you vauie your existence you can
not arioru to let tins opportunity pass. Ve
could not all'ord, and would not jrive this
remedy Rwiiy unless we knew it would ac
coinplish what we claim for it. Thousands
of hopeless cases have already hem com
pletely cured by it. There is no medicine
in the world that will cure onc-halt the
cases that Dr. King's New Discovery will
cure. For sale by Oco. E.O'llara.driiggist,
Cairo, Illinois. ()
II. V. McCahtiiv, Wholesale nnd Hetatl
Drugixist, Ottawa, Ontario, writes: "I
was alllicteil with Chronic Bronchitia tor
Homo years, but have been completely cured
by the use of Dr. Thomas' Ecleetric Oil, in
doses of 5 drops on sugar. I have, also
pleaauro in recommending It as an em
brocation for external use."
Culture of the Gooseberry.
Tho usual mode of propagation is
from cuttiugs similarly to the currant,
grapevine, or any other plant. Plant
bushes of one year's growth, in either
spring or fall, in well-prepared, deep
soil, free from water, four and a half feet
ciieii way. Allow only one shoot to
jrow the first season. The second year
several shoots will spring up, hut it is
better not to leave over four or fivo to
grow, suppressing all others. Train up
ward. When siile shoots appear, keep
them cut back to four or live inches; if
they still continue to grow, pinch back
to a single leaf this new growth. The
next spring cut bark the side branches
to the first pinching; all laterals are
treated in the ame way. Allow tho
main steins or framework to prolong
themselves undisturbed while the side
branches ure kept short in the manner
above indicated, in order If) keep the
bushes open ami free to admit light ami
air. The gooseberry is very subject lo
mildew; to guard against this, open
culture, is essential. As a remedy for
'mildew use the following : Take one
quart of hard-wood ashes ; put. them in
it vessel holding live gallons; pour three
gallons of boiling water over them and
stir a few moments ; then till the vessel
with cold water; use as hot us the band
ran bear without scalding. Throw the
hot liquid forcibly into the bush with a
garden cyringe, drenching every leaf,
both tipper and lower side; early in the
morning, while the dew is yet on, is the
best time to do this. Commence when
the fruit is first formed and continue
from time U time as signs of mildew
appear. The ground should be kept
clear of weeds ami well cultivated, and
after coining into bearing be well
Last year in Oregon thn government
surveyed over ,0iK),(MNj acres of land,
and it is estimated that in lxl even
more than that amount will be sur
veyed. The lands on which the govern
ment engineer worked during laist year
lie principally in eastern Oregon.
Good Milch Cows
A good milch cow is one that lias,
first of all, good dige-live ordain. A
row that docs not digest her food well
is almost invariably a poor milker. On
this point we adopt the language of Mr.
Allen in his work on "American Cat
tle," as it hardly can be improved:
"These organs have a powerful irillu
ence on the exercise of all the functions,
and particularly on the secretion of the
milky glands. A good slate of the di
gestive organs is evinced by a belly of
moderate size, with yielding sides, a
large mouth, thick and strong lips, a
good appetite, easy arid quick digestion,
glossy hair, supple skin, with a kind of
unctuous feel. The coii-titution should
be sound, and this is implied by large
lungs, a broad ami prominent chest, a
somewhat slow respiration, ami a great
inclination to drinn an inclination
stimulated by the abundant secretion of
What is known as the "wedge shape"
is desirable in milch rows. The head
should be small and fine, small neck
ami shoulders, bones small and tine,
small evclids well divided but not
wrinkled, prominent eye and a kind,
gentle look; hips broad, hind quarter
large, veins prominent, udder tine and
well developed. This description,
though very brief, indicates a good cow.
How to Remember,
Mr. (ieorge Yule, a native of Scot
land, lectured recently at Clarendon
Hall on '-The Marvels of Memory."
After telling his audience what the va
rious mental philosophers have ex
plained memory to : he showed what
he could do in the memory business.
He had a blackboard on the platform,
ami he invited any person in the audi
ence to go up and write down as many
words as lie could get on the boards,
simply recjuesting that the words should
be chiefly the names ol objects or per
sons. A man who .seemed to take an un
usual interest in the matter went up
and wrote down twenty-two words be
ginnigwith "park,"' "avenue. " "pond."
and linisliing oil' with "butler," 'cheese"
and "eggs." Each word was numbered.
The twenty-words having been read
off, Mr. Yule, with his back to the
board, named all the words in their
proper order, and then repeated them
rapidly backward. Ho then unrolled a
scroll of strong paper that, reached
nearly the whole length of the ball, on
which was written all tho sixty-six
books of the Old and New Testaments,
ami the numbers of chapters U each
book. Ho repeated them all from Gen
esis to Hevelations. and gave the num
ber of chapters to each book without
making a mistake. On the scroll was
also written the names of all the prin
cipal cities of the world, and as fast as
anybody could call them off he would
give the latitude and longitude of tho
places. This he always did without
making any mistake,
liy this tune his listeners hud becomo
thoroughly interested, and several in
the audience begged him to explain
his method at once. One enthusiastic
young man exclaimed, "I think 1 know
now you do it, and I believe I could do
tho same thing after six weeks' prac
tice." Mr. Yule smiled. Then the lec
turer asked persons in the audience to
call out any event that was written on
tho scroll, and without the slightest
hesitation lie would givo (he date of the
event and the place at which it oc
curred. Then Mr. Yule began to explain his
method. "Let us begin with the word
'lion.' " lie said, ami he wrote the word
tm the blackboard. "Now," said he,
'let the next word be 'boy.1 Well, it's
easy to imagine a lion and a boy espy
ing 'each other in the forest. Let t no
next word be 'tree.' Wo imagine the
boy climbing a tree to get away from the
lion. Let the word be 'song. We im
mediately imagine tho boy singing a
soug on account of bis good luck at gel
ting beyond the rliilelies of the lion.
Let the next word be 'fall,' then 'lmn
tiir,' then 'gun,' and so on. It is very
easy to iniagino that the boy lost his
hold, fell to the ground, but was rescued
by a hunter with his gun, and so on."
Mr. Yulo said that this was only an
easy lesson for beginners, but that with
practice an anecdote could lie construct
ed on the basis of almost any kiud or
number of words that could bo named
In the most haphazard manner. H
promised to explain his method uioro iu
detail at some future lecture. ,
The Hindoo thief's manner of scul
ing walls is very ingenious. It is by
means of a huge lizard which he car
ries with him in his nociural rambles.
The process is as follows : The lizard,
which is perhaps a yard in length, with
great claws and llat'tened feet nnd suc
tion powers like those of a fly, is made
fast to the t)tirnit by a tough cord tied
to its tail. When the dncint i.s pur
sued and comes in his hasty llight to a
wall, he quickly throws his lizard over
it, holding fast to the other end of the
cord, liy means of its suction powers
the lizard fastens himself to the wall on
the opposite side, and the thief draws
himself to the top ami jumps lightly
down. Ky choking the lizard it is iiiiule
to release its hold.
Handwriting and Character.
You never take a pun in your hand
but you are showing something of your
own character. The very style of the
handwriting is tin element in the deter
mination of c haracter. The way in
which a man dashes oil' a letter is very
much the way in which man uses his
voice. There is a modulated ease in
the tones of the handwriting. Without
professing to be experts, like Messrs.
Chabot and Netherclifi. we can certain
ly gather a general idea of character
from the handwriting. A minister was
commenting on a very strong dispatch
in the presence of his sovereign. "Tho
language is strong," said the statesman,
"but the writer does not mean it; he is
irresolute." "Whence do you see irres
olution?" said the King. "In his '
and ,s, please your Majesty." Only it
is to' be said t.nit a great deal of hum
bug is often talked by people who pro
fess to Ihj judges of handwriting. I
showed a professor of calligraphy a let
ter which I li'id received. lie took a
very unfavorable v iew of the handwri
ting. It was the handwriting of a man
without learning, without genius, wiib
out fevling. "And now, sir," I said,
"will you look at the signature?" The
letter was written by Lord Macaulav.
Kll.l S ll.M)l;l KK. Al.I.AVs IKlUTATloN, AM)
l'l'OMOl KS 1 11 K OIIOVVTII OK "I UK II A I It
Gentleman For over two years 1 have
mi .fired terribly with "scald heud'' in its
worst form. A few weeks ago I tried a
Isittlc of your Coo mine. The first applica
tion gave me relief, and now the disease is
rtFcctuiiliy cured. Yours respectfully.
N. C. Stkvt.ns, Deputy Sheriff.
Burnett's Flavoring Extracts are perfect
P.k wisk; simply call ou your druggist
or "Dr. Seller's Cough Syrup," when you
I have a cold or cough. !'") cents a bottle.
ST F.AM HO AT
At I'lii! Howard" old aland,
'IMIE BESTliKKIiEsIl MKATOK AIL KINDS
1 alwav mi hand in lame, (inanities, and aup
plied to rteamlionia at all hours. .Inhn (tlnde, well
(cnwn to river men. 111 he found abmird ail bouts
lo take order for nitil.
por.l'MIUS, HICKMAN, NEW MAD
KID AND TIITONVILLH.
M. .1. TiTvXEIJ, Master.
J. K. M IS K, Clerk.
Lcavi a Cairo everv Monday nld Friday for the
above pointa. For Ireiuhl or paasai;v apply at No.
i !i .rf boat.
Leavlni; Cuiro every diiy, except Suiidiiy, a folliiwa
cm C. N. DAVIS,
ON Tt'ESDAY AND Fill DAY.
SiMNO. S. HOPKINS
ON WEDNESDAY and SATl'ItDAY.
S II. T. DEXTER.
ON THURSDAY AND MONDAY.
.1A.MK.H HICtCiS PiieaciiKer and ticket
au'int. filllee corner Sixth nnd Uhlii Levee. Tick
via avid to all pointa Knal hy river and rail.
v Yoiiraclvc liy timldim nioii-
lev when a iwiiicti chance
tiirered, thereby alwaya
keeplni; I'overly from your
dour. There who alwaya
dike advantage of the uood
chance for making money tlml are tillered, nein rae
ly hecoine weal I hy, while (lioae wlmilo mil Im
lirme such chaiicua remain In poverty. We want
niHiiy men, women, liovamid nil-la to flu work for iia
rluhf In Ihelr own loculllle, Tim lilialneaa will
pay in ore than ten nine ordinary wiip. Wo
furnlah nil expeiiaeiialve outfit and all that yon
need free. No one who eniiafea full lo muko
money rapidly. Von can devoid your whole time
to lha work, or only your a)iari' momenta. Full
liil'ormalloii and ull that la needed aeiit free. Ad
dref STINSUN CO., Portland, MhIiiu.
Dnintaeiit free lo moan who wlah to en
ji In the moat pleaannt anil proiitiiiuu
malneaa known. KvervlhliiB new.
pllnltiiit required. We will nirillali
rv th I n u tloa dav and unwarda la yet
raalfv mailn ulllieut aluvtiiu avtuv from
noinc. over u I it'll I. No rlak whan ver. Mirny tiew
ork"r wanted at ouco. Many aru makliiir fort
lineal the lilialneaa. I.idlca mako a nmrti a
men, nd v on nil hoy and tilrla maae ureut pay Nn
one wno I willing to work full to mako morn
money every day than ran bo made In a week at any
oilier employment. Thoao who etiuni! al nin e
will find a ahort road to fortune,. Addreaa II,
HAI.LKTT CO., Portland .Maine.
ii Mettaaat M(a
j . SCI I II I, CAIRO, ILLS.:
"Worth: Its Weight ix Gold.
IT POSIT.I VELY CURES
rheumatism, sprains, p.ruises.
RHEUMATISM, SPRAINS, BRUISES.
RHEUMATISM, SPRAINS, BRUISES.
I T NEVE1
SoM Iy all
: to PAUL (i. SCHl'H, Druggist, Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freemans' New National
Dyes. For brightness and durability of color sre unedualled. Color from 2 lo 5
pounds, price 15 cents.
Used and approved by the leadLn?
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
Tho most Valuable
CATAEBH, HEM0EEH0IDS. Etc. Also for
Concha, Colds, Sore Throat, Croup
ATt7 them. 25 and SO cent sizes
CB A D M I.U 4 1. AT Til K HI I LADF.I.PII 1 1 F..POMTIOVl
KILVEU nESAL AT THfe PABIM EXFOeUTIO. COLGATE &C0.,2(.Y.
v ilk Jw
For sale by C W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
Mendelssohn Piano Co.
Will mako, fur the next 60 days only, a Grand Offer of
PIANOS A..ND OEGANS.
SSnO Square c; rand Piano for only 8215.
STYLE !' M'U.'til!lccntliuwuodca!'. Herantly tlne-hcri, tj atrlnpaT 1-3 Ortave full patent
., Y. Cltl1'"1"1' aurall'ea. our new patent overHrunn acale, t.eauliful carved leir and lyre heavy
er)ienllne and lame fancy tiiouldliifr round case, full Iron Frame, French tirand Action, (.rand Ham
inera. In fnct every im provcmcijt which inn in nuy way tei.d to the I'erfeclloL ut tho Inairument baa
heen lidded .
JtV'tUir Jince fortlil liiHtriiment limed and dcilvered ou board the cara at New York COfST ((
with fine I'iuiio Cover, Stool nnd llnnk, only Vm-iO.Vu,
I hia 1'iaiio will he aenl on teat trial. I'leaae rend reference I1 you do rot aend money with order. C'aah
aent wllh ordi r will he relimded and freleht cliurt'i B paid liy ua loth waya it' Ml;o la tint Ju.t aa rep
reaented In Ihla Hilverllaeiueul. 'J'hiiijriindK In uae . rrid for ( alnlotjiie. h very inatiiuneiit fully war
muled for live t enia
1)1 4 T( jii :ii"i to fimiwilli Slool, Cover ami Hook). All strictly I'lralcluaa and aold alWlole
I I A 1I Jo ale factory pilcc 7'lie.i I lalioa niadeom ol I he lineal diaplajK at the t entennlal
Kxhihitlon, and wem uiianinioualt rerotnmeiiiled for Hie IIIl'IusI Honor. The
Siiiurea con la I n our New Piilinl Scale, the yreiileal lniproiineiiI in the history of Plant) maklliL'. Tha
("priirht are the lineal In America. 1'oalllvely we mnke the lineal Piano, of the rlcheal ton and grrat
eat fluinlillily. They are re' onuneiided hy the helical musical atilhoriili a in the country, t ier H.HO
In uae, and not one di-.nlllleil iniri haaer. All I'liiroa Hiid (irpina aeiit on I daya teat trial-freight
I'reo If iiaa'iliafiiclorv, boii't lull lo wrlie ti before htiriiitf, l osilivilj e oflir the neat barualna. Cat
liloi.'ile iimlled free. IIhiiiIkouio llliialinled ai.d lieai rip'lu' ( nli loeiie i I' l ata n aileu for atamp.
Krery i'lano fully wurranicd for IV venra.
I TU "nr "I'nrlor (IruiidJulillie liran," atyle is the lineal and rwieleat toned Keed
OIlllAilLr oruiin ever ollered llie iniiaiciil public It contains Flie (Klave, Five aeta Heed a,
lour of SJ' a Oi lavea each, mid one ol' three Octave, Thirteen Mop wllh (.rand
Crtfilii- Diapaoli, Melodla, Viola. Hulc.Cclcate, luiliet. Kcho, Meloilla l orle. eleallna, Vlolina, Hute
Forle, Tremolo, Orand Oririin uud (Iraiidawell. Knee Mop ll'lfhl Tl itichea: LeDtth.lS In; Width,
I In: VVelL'hi. boxed, :uo Ihr. Thecaae If of aolld wiilnul, veneeud with chidru wooda, and I of an
eielrely new nnd hi Hiilllul ilealun. elnboriili lr carvi
ireiwfirit. Rie., all eieuiuy iiniaiHii rn.aeai ine inieat aim neai uniirove nienii, witn Knat power,
deplh, hrllllaney ami avmi'iithelic ciiHllly of lone. I'eaulllul aolotlbcla ai d perlecl Hop action.
Heiruliir rieall price t'-'S.'i. Our wholi ale nel raab price to bnve It Introduced, lth atool and book.
oulv f i-a one ornan ella otlier. rolllvoly no in vlnlloii in price opnvniciit rrqitlrrn until you
haw lully Icali d the orij'in !e your own lionm. W e aend nil tiriiana on 15 dav teat (rial anil pay freight
both wava If Inatriimetii ia not aa repre.eiiled. Kill lv warrant! d for 5 veara Otbcr atylva-8top or
Ciin only ii'i; II lop. $s.m llalopa.in. Over ll-J.l no aolil, and t-very bruan baa giveti thu ful lut at
lafiietion 1 1 lustra ted cireiiliu niiilli d tree. Factory and wiircroum. btth St. and loth Ave
TIPIVT Ml'Vill1 at one Ihlid price. CaUioeiie ol lim 0 rhou pi. ce ent for 8 'mp This
-,l Cataliiellelniludeanifwl of the lioliUlar mualc of the ilav ami everv varleta
innalcal cnnipoallion, by the beat anthora, Addre,
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Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor Ice.
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
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of tlie United States.