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MBS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM2
CF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
The Positive Cure
For all Female Complaints.
Till preparation, m It nam ilunidnt, ennauiU of
"aetaUa Propertiea that ar hamili. to tho mutt del-l-al
Invalid. Upon una trial tha merits of thli Com
ia4 will b rKuiirt, a. rllf la Immediate! and
wbtn it uaola continue, In alnety nine rawi In a hnn.
drad,aprnianrntrurnarn'v-tflathouMnla will t-a-tlfy.
On account of It. provrn mrlt, It la today ro
eomnwnilwl and prtwrlhait by Hi beat pbyaiclan In
It will eura entirely the worat fi.rm of falling
of tlia utnia, Lrueorrlwea, irKyular and painful
Metiitruatlon.allOrarlaji Trouble., Inflammation and
Ult ration, noodUiva, ail Iituplaopnvnta and tha con
aaqaant aplual wraknoaa, and la aaporially adapted U
tha Chang of Life. It will dljaolta and expel tumori
f ram tha ulernsln an early ata of development. The
tandaory looaamroua tawnora there I. rborked vary
Ipaadily by Ita ua.
In fact It haa proved to ha tha areat
at and baat remedy that baa ever barn dlacovar
d. It pamieaUia arary portion of the ytm, and glvna
saw Meand vigor. It remoae fain I new, flatulency, de
stroy alleraTing for atlraulanta, and rellerea weak neat
af tba tomach
, eura Bloating-, neadas-hea, Kerrnu Prostration,
Oenaral Debility, Sleepleaaneaa, DepmMon and Indl
laatluo. Tliat feeling- of bearing down, raualng pain,
weight and barkachn, la alwarapiTnianrnlljr cured by
Itatiaa. It wlllat all tlnve, aiirtun.lernll rlrcunutan
CM, act in harmony With toe lew that gorcrna the
For aIldJwyCmilint of either i this compound
la tni urpaaatd.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la prepared aitt) and tft WoHern Avnue. f.rnn. Mae.
PriclLW. fill bottle for 1MB, tVnl by mail In the
form of ptlla, also In the f orra of IxnKra. on roc-!;
f phca, 1.00, per boi, f..r elllr. Mm I'JNkmM
T f ree'y anawera all bttcn of Inquiry, h urt for pau
pblet. Address a. alwira Jf.nliua tau ;i;.r.
Jtofaoillyaliould be within l.ytllA K I'lSKHAM'
LIV'Ut J'HJJ. They cir Coii.tiauion, J'lliou.ma
andTorpiditr of tlieljrer. 26cnUiei hot.
KICIIAKDSON k CO., St. I,,uis, Mo.
Wbolc.ale aireuis for LYDIA K. 11NKIIM
LYDIA K. I'INKKAMS CoMTOlMi
Sold I.y lUrsC'I.AY IHtOTIl Kits.
Tn flVIH' S Ol!tiANS. 17 Sim J Sri
i& Ail'lr-n Dstiivl K. Ii-ily,
anliliitftiin, N .1.
IOlBk MU)Al AWARDED
tiiMAnihor Anttwandari-it K.ui.
.r.S..ir i'maenatixa ;" Uiund in
flneat l-rcnuh mualin.etnh.wd,
loll gill ItUpp.ronuirulMaatilui
Od" JaW. ainfraTiiiga, is preei-rlu
n) f7i """ -I"1" '""r 'f'aent by
ST' aendnuw.Addfeal'nlit. Ml.
f haee Itecoma the favor-
it of the u a : enmbtn.
ina m ror( and h'ltllh 4
remark able dogma, and
are Aitfh'i cnuoraru ry
, rthf.iciana. Thee refeiTed
) the II iW Award at I ua
rnca 1 Mland upwards I
Lndy f'tinVBfliwni Wamril'
where. Theee r'ifeta are nit anld to inerchanta.
Kiclu.tveterritorraivi'n. Aafnln makethiaa Perma
nent and I'rt'til-alile bn.inra. Send fr.r (erina to Mme.
(.Kiawiii.pl Co., f&l lipawlway, N. Y ,ortolJnernl
WeatiTn An'. ! H Wygant A tut.. I'mlouu, N.V.t
J.Ii. 1'utnaiu, WSUtofirect, 1'lin ag.), 111.
A GUAM) OMIIINATION OF
IJLOOl), IiH.M.N AMI
Malt Bitter, drrlvu tlnlr wondi rful Life "iiMlain
Ing proiiiTtica frmn MALT, the r ijMiii lIn uud
Hlecp l'romntliin liilluein-o fr in II' I'. ,1 ln-ir u-rnnd
Tonic and Kcvcr Uxpi-lllni: Power fro i. t: 1. 1 s A
YA, mt their Hloou Nouri-lilUi! 1'rlii Ipli-e Irmn
IKON, whlt-h n; four of the nrti?et. H imiiI I'ro
duern ;ind l.ifi- l'n-iitiiig iilcnicut. ivi-r milled In
one nu'illcltit! Kur I)i-IIchio Female. N ureititr
Mothcm, ami SlcUly C'lil Uroii. Malt llill-m are Su
preme Sold I'v-rvwltfrt' .
MAl.T HITTKItM COMPANY, Ilneton, Mne.
Anypi'rnlo he airloiiBly III without n wi-nk
atotiach or Innctlvu Mvur ur kidnnyn: Ami wli'ti
three oreiin art' In ol condition io vim not ilnd
thiilrpi)"iiort'nWyiiiir und lu-ullhr Parker '
(ilii('ir Tonic alws, rc?uliin-a ihuee lniiorUnt or
Kan, and m-vi-r lull to lunkii tln-hlo .il rich nnit
pure, aad to airenirthen i-vi-i v part of lh ayetrm.
It lint rtir.Ml huiidn-il of (loapalnni; invnllila. Aak
your nulKhhor about It.
Double IJone Corset.
laninik' Willi Two Kotv of Ilouca.
placed tine lipnn tint ttllu-r, on each
'HH-. gm"K n iiouiiio eir iitrtii nnu
-lanllr.ilv. Htnl will linaitlvuiv nut
hn-iik down on the IiIi-h.
U....I lu tx.nl nil ri,"nilil nf ftl -l
t mjl, l.Cl l Ml X -i'.. t no alio, in.
500,000 Acres lit
ON TUB LINK OF Til R
AVISCONSIN CENTKAL 11. R.
l'orfull pBrtlculam, which wilt heaent Iree, mlilrc
Laud Coiniiilluiior, Mllwuiikt-u. W Ik.
$K AND ITI'WAUDS.-Pnrtlioi with llmltcil cup
O Ital (lualrlnu to Imromo Intoreatvil In Mlnliitf
onterprlae, at liollnni fljrtiron. plcnae acini mlilrcaa
for freo proapi.r.tiip to-JOSlAlI FLKTCIIKK, W
llroailway, N. Y. city.
1 0 ftOO rWl'KNTICHH lire now tiainu mir New
yl'V" Mnclihiu , yu saw of nil kind
rrleii M.n( Humi y,mr Bl(ir,,a on Pootnl Cntd for
piirllliitrtoil cirritlnr, K. ItOTU A IHIO., Ntm
Orfonl, Adam Co , l'a.
nil11(,M11 ,'0l"'n Tolt'crnphvl Kuril
Buaratitoud liaylna onicni. Aildreai VkIoiiIIuo
llro., Jaiiiivlllu, Win.
A Y KAM and
O. VICKJCKi, A.IKU.U.
year to tcnt, fttid eiponaea, e Outftt
fm. Atliltt'aiP. 8iVAtlC(j.,AiiKttt,M
i Hi iJ
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ireet) where advvrtlinr contract may be made
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Letter and communication ahould he addretaed
"H A. Burnett Cairo Illinol "
Cameron and Jeff Davis
Sinin Camoion i-occntly n htod ttio
filliwilljr to a OnlTl-stioiHlcilt. (if tllO
I'liilnlulliijt I'rrss; " i-i-incriihei- one
tniirniii! durinr tlm 'Xfitinir tlclmti'S in
the Si-ruile prior lo tlm nttirciiKtnt of
the niithi!rn Rcnutors tint Jl-IV Davis,
with w hom I had ln-eu upon thy most
intiiiiHto tPi'int fur n lon linx. inviu-il
nie lo breakfast to talk over the qtiMS
tion.t at H'tie, ami lo a.k if I woulil not
iwo my iiifliifiico in bi-lutlf of a pi-awful
ncparaiion. The talk IvUvimmi us while
at breakfast, whii-lt lasie.l some time,
war (jiiitrt aniiiiiili'd, but all in iroiel
temper, bnl towanl its eoni-Iinion il bp
came very warm. Mr. Davit was tbi-n,
as I suppose be is now, a man of un
governable will, ami. of i-oui-ie, took
positive ground that the Staten hail a
ri;rht lo seceile, anil woulil ilo so unless
their (lumiuiiU were accedeil to, I de
nied this ricjht, and said that any at
tempt on their part to leave the union
would result in war. Both of us were
stubborn upon the diverse positions
taken. He got ipiite exeited, and as I
was leaving said angrily:
" 'Cameron, if there is an attempt on
the part ff the north lo coerce us, and
a war between the .Stales results, I will
draw a line through the country, at the
Potomac river. No,' ho added imme
diately, 'I will draw the line at the Sus
quehanna, and your house shall be my
headquarters.' I answered much in the
name temper: 'You will never be per
mitted to break up the union, and if
you try it war will be the result, you
will be soundly thra.shed. and slavery
in this country will be doomed when
the tiit gun is tired.' History has ver
ified the prediction. Davis soon after
left the Senate, and I have never seen
None receive ( much benefit, and none
are n,o profoundly grateful and show such
anintire&t in recommending Hop Bitters
is women, it is the only remedy oeculiar-
ly adapted to the many ills the sex is almost
universally subiect to. t.hil s and fever.
iiuliireation or deranged liver, constant or
periodica! sick headaches, weakness in the
buck or kidnejs, pain in the shoulders and
lilli rcnt parts ol the body, a feclnur of
latitude and despondency, are all readily
removed by these Hitters. Courant.
"The Faithful Do."
I ph-ase myself with the thought that
every man is, or may be if he will, a
centre, round which many kinds of af
fection press with gently sustaining
forces. Let us not underrate the love
which rises up to us from below, bath
ing our feet in warmth. Only the love
of animals, and that of children whilst
they are still quite young, is absolutely
free from criticism. Allour contempo
raries criticise us; even our wives do in
their hearts and our sons in their ado
lesenee. Tho man in his family lives in
a glass casr, and cannot quito with
draw himself. He is surrounded by
more aflectiou than the bachelor, but
he incurs in a minor degree that amen
ability to criticism which is the penalty
of a primo minister, The criticism
may not be openly expressed, but as
soon as he acts independently of tho
family opinion about ids duties he feels
that it is there. It is exceedingly salu
tary, no doubt; it keeps us in the path
of duty and dignity; it saves us from
many aberrations. And still, upon ther
whole, we know ourselves to be such
lamentably imperfect characters, that
wo long for nn affection altogether ig
norant of our faults. Heaven lias ac
corded this to us in the uncritical ca
nine attachment. Women love us in
their own exalted ideals, and to livo up
to the ideal standard is sometimes rath
er more than we are altogether able to
tuanage; children in their teens find out
how clumsy and ignorant wo are and
do not quite unreservedly respect us;
but our dogs adore us without a suspi
cion of our .shortcomings. Philip (HI.
KILLS IJANI)Hl-FK, ALLAYS IHltlTATlON, AND
1-ltojiOTKS tiik (IKOWTII OK TIIK IIA1H
(Gentleman For over two vonea t l.,
Hiillercd terribly with "scald head" in its
worst form. A few weeks mm T ri,.,i .
Ixittlo of your Coconino. Tho first applica
tion iravo mo relief, and now tlm itu...a..
cllictuiilly cured. Yours respectfully,
N. C. Stkvjcnb, Deputy Sheriff,
Burnett's Flavoring Extracts are perfect
Lydia K. Tinkham's Vegctablo Com
pound lias rupidly made its way to favor
among druggists, who have observed it
effects on thu health of their customers.
Send to Mrs. Lydia E. IMnkham, 233 West
ern Avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 0, 1881.
Pursued by Bloodhounds.
Apropos of tho donth of "old Mount
Jot," the pedestrian, a correspondent
of a London sporting newspaper rolatod
a story which bo heard from Mount
joy'i own lips. Hearing Lord W. boast
mat nis oioounounus would track any
living thing, by scent alone, Col. A.
wagered a hundred guineas they would
not track a man, and asked Mountjoy
to win the wager for bim, assuring tho
atartlod pedestrian there was no danger
of the dogs catching him, as they were
slow runners, and ho would take earo
suflleietit start was allowed him; the ob
ject being simply to test their powers of
scent. The trial duly came oil' over
threo miles of ground round Ilampstcad
Heath. After the dogs had sniffed at
Mountjoy's legs, ho made his way leis
urely for half the course, when tho flag
was dropped and the hounds set loose.
They tracked their quarry soleudidly,
but were six hundred yards behind when
Mountjoy reached the inn ut the end of
the course mid shut the door upon them,
outside of which they howled their dis
satisfaction until removed by the keeper.
Disbelievers in the bloodhound's scent
were still unconvinced, averring that
they had sighted tho man for a part of
the journey at least; and, to settle tho
point beyond dispute, another match was
made, to bo run at night, the distance
this time being but a mile and a half.
Unsuspicious of foul play, Mountjoy
went gaily on bis way, but' had not ac
complished more than two-thirds of the
distance allowed him by the conditions
when his hair stood on end, as the cry
of tho dogs, hot upon his trail, reached
his cars. They had purposely been
slipped before the proper tim, without
any warning, "For one second," said
he, ''I stood stock-still, as if I had been
frozen, and then dashed away and ran,
as I had never done before and havo
never done since. I va3 in perfect
training and condition, but the cold
wseal broke out from every pore and
poured down my body, while my legs
seemed like lead, and I trembled all
over. Si iil I kept desperately on,
while nearer and nearer came the deep
hoarse bay of the hounds, as the scent
grew warmer and they knew they were
running up to their prey. I thought I
was lost. Those few seconds were like
weeks, and I wondered whether they
would clip me first by the loz or fly
straight at rnv throat. Luckily. I did
not lose my head; and after the first
mad burst I .settled down and raced at
a pace which I knew would last the dis
tance; but btill closer and closer came
the horrible cry, that sounded like my
death knell: and, in sheer desperation,
I put tin all the soeed I could. At last
I saw the ligiils of the lonely little inn,
and my heart ro-e within me; but at
that very instant tlm brutes broke out
into a lieice. savage veil that told mo
that they had sighted ine at last. There
was a small garden in front of the
house, and as 1 Hew up to it 1 saw that
the gate was shut. How I -lid it I never
knew; but, blown and exhausted with
terror and the pace as 1 was I cleared
it, darted through the door, which for
tunately stood open, and slamniiiigit to,
stK)d with my back against it. The
lock had hardly closed when bansr!
bang! against the panels came my ter
rible fmrsners; and then they lay down
and yelled savagely at tindinz them
selves balked of iheir prey.
As soon as he lelt himself safe, rage
took the place of fear; and seizing hold
of a bottle, Moiwitjoy swore ho would
brain Lord W. if he entered tho place,
a threat lie would have fulfilled had not
those present got him out of the room
in time to preveuUnost justifiable hom
icida." Karl Gerhard!, a Hartford draughts
man, modeled so tine tv figure of his
wiie In clay that Mark Twain and
, Charles Dudley Warner have sent bim
to F.urope fr.r education in sculpture.
What's in a Name.
The New York A'm of a recent date
says: "One of the two ritualistic cler
gymeu who lately underwent in Eng
land the small martyrdom f residing
in jail rather than forego the pleasure
of disobeying his lawful superiors by
indulging iu certain seiiii-lJomanish
ceremonies and vt'.i iiftil s, bears the
name of "Knraght," which, as a family
name, also exists in our Virginia. The
Iiev. Mr. Knraght figures largely at the
present time in thu English "papers.
How the name is there pronounced we
do not know, but an intelligent and
well-informed friend has given us its
Virginia pronunciation, which he had
from the late United States and Con
federate States of America Senator
Wigfall, of Texas, who knew some of
the family, and of which ho also has
heard confirmation from other Virgin
ians. It might safely be propounded as
a conundrum with &l,(Hi) reward for
the successful answer. The English
pronunciation is probably Mill the same
as the translated Virginian, for there
is uothing of which English people are
more tenacious than their absurd per
versions of the pronunciation of some
old family names. Our readers, iu tho
simple innocence of . their ignorance,
and naturally presuming, as wo did,
some sort of relation of pronunciation
to spelling, will be surprised to learn
what that of "Knraght" is. They prob
ably know that on British lips Choi
mondeley is Chuniley; Wnlsmgham,
Walsicum; Dal.ell, Dyell (as a mono
syllable); St. John, Sinjin; St. Leger,
Sclliger; Levison (Sower, Lewson (Sore;
Derby, Darby; Majoribanks, March
banks; Arundel, Arndel; Holhorn, Ho
born; Berkeley, Barkly (though In Lon
don Berkeley street goes out of Barkly
square); Pall Mall, Pell Moll; Uiithven,
Riven; Alnwick, An nick; Onkliampton,
Oakington; Wolverhampton, Wolvcr
ton; Waverlroe, Waterce; Menzios,
Minghies; Cockburn, Coburn; Kircud
bright, Kook'oobre; Balph, Rafo; Ha
wick, Hoick; while the the towns of
Norwich, Dulwich, Ipswich, Warwick,
are Norridgo, Dullidge, Ipsicli, War
rick, etc. The name of Tagliafcrro is
Tollivorin our South as it is in Eng
land. But, however familiar ho may
bo with llieso anti-phonetic absurdities,
even the successful victor of tho now
forgotten l.'l, I I, 15 puzzle might crack
his oraln for a week over the name of
Enraghl, without ever guessing that its
pronunciation is-Darbv. How this
sound first attached itself to this com
bination of letters Is h mys'.cry. As tho
.Vmm shines for all, perhaps one of tho
Enraghts of Virginia will kindly lot us
know, and . how it is possible that its
absurdity can havo survived so long in
tho common-senso atmosphere of
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ST KAM HO AT
At I'lul Howard' old aland,
THE BEST OF FRESH MEAT OF AIL KINDS
alway on hand In laru'e quai.titlea, and hu p
Ulled to ateamhoat at all hour. John Olarte, well
known to river mun, will be found abourd all bout
to take order for meat.
pOLl'MBlS, HICKMAN, NEW MAD
Xj HID A.-.M) TIPTON VILLE.
If. J. TURNER, Master.
J. K. MI SE, Clerk.
Leave Cairo every Tui-edav and Friday for the
ubove point. For freight or paaL'(- appir to
JAUtS UK. US,
Office, cor. Sixth aud Ohio Levee.
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday. June 7th, and until Inrther
notice the ferryboat w ill make trip a follow:
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LEA VKH HATES LfAVE
foal Fourth t. Mlouri Laud'K. Kentucky Ld'R.
B:'Kib. m. 8:Wa.m. s a. u.
lo.-mia. m, 10:3ii a. m. 11a.m.
2:0" i p. ru. 2:'!0 p. m. 3 p. m.
4:"0p. m. 4:30 p.m. 5;00p.m.
i p.m. J: 30 p.m. 3 p. ra
Outfit turnlHhPd tree, with full In
Htriicilon for conducting the moat
profitable buainca that any one can
entice iu. The hiiaiuee I o caey
to learn, ard our Instruction are o
alninle aud dImd. that ativ one ran
irHke ftreiit profll from the elart. No one can fall
who it willing to work. Women are a ucceful
a men. Hoy and L'irl ran earn lame uin.
Many have made at the hnsim-as over one hundred
doilar IP a eincle week. NotliliiE like It ever
know n before. All w ho ullage are aurnrlnd at the
aac and rapidity wlih which they are alilt- lo make
money, r ou can eimneo in thl hulnee dnriim
vour spare time at Kreat profit. Yomlo not have to
iuvet capital in It. We take all the riek. Thoeo
who need ready monev, hould wtire to ua at once.
All furnlahcd free. Addrp TKl'E & CO.,. Au
City Ci.krk OrncE. i
Caiuo, III., March liith, 1SM I
Public notice I hereby clven that on Tneaday
the liith day of April, A It. lssi.a general elec
tlon will he held in tho city of Cairo, Alexander
cout.ty. elate of I liuoi. for Ihe election f the
fo low lug named olllcer, viz: A Mayor, City Clerk
City Treu"iirer. City Attorney. Police .Maijietratu
and one Alderman from each of the live ward of
thecity. For the pnrtioo of ald election poll
win ne openeii ai ine iniiow ini; unmeo place, viz
in ine 1-irat warn, ni tne Atheneiini nullalne, on
Commercial avenue between Six, h and Seventh
Hireet: iu the Second Ward al the engine house
of the Koncb and Heady lire company; In the
Third ard. at the encine houae of the Ilihcru an
lire coinnanv: In the Fourth Ward, at the court
hone: in the Fifth Ward, at the Htorehouao build-
mir of James Carroll, on the uorlhweBt corneref
I wentv-eiL'l.lh aireet anil (.oninierciH avenue.
Said election w ill be opened at ei'lit o'clock In the
mornlnc and continue open until seven o clock In
the alternoon of mine day.
Hy order of the City Council.
D.J. FOLEY, City Clerk.
For all aoldier diaahled Iu U. 8.
heir of deceased aoldier.
eorvlec, and for
Fur soldier whose rale of pension I too low,
Due all ao'dier discharged for wound or other
Injury (mil disease), who have failed tj receive It.
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fur blanks and "circular
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by PAUL G. SClIUIf, CAIRO,"
- imies and RL0TCIES:::::
Worth Its Weiciht in Gold.
IT POSITI VELY CUHJUS
RHEUMATISM, SPRAINS, BRUISES.
RHEUMATISM, SPRAINS, BRUISES.
RHEUMATISM, SPRAINS, BRUISES.
Sold by all Druggists.
(Jo to PAUL (i, SCHUH, Druggist,
uyes. tor brightness and durability
pounds, price 15 cents.
THOMAS' ECLECTRIC OIL
I Used and approved by the leading PHYSIv 1 II iJ I
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICAftl J j pJA
Tho most ValuabloaJi38! II IL-
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linear, -Jjr i I lrtl II J
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SKfW DISEASE3, EHEDMATISm'
CATASBH, HEM0KKE0IDS. Etc. Also for
. Conehs. Colds, eore inroaLCrotiD
WTry them. 25 and 80 cent sizes
GBASD MKDAL AT THE PHILADELPHIA MmiTia I a vnw a BOA.
MLYEB MEDAL AT THE PARIS EXPOSITION. COLGATE &C0..N.Y,
VASELINE SOLD BY BARCLAY BROTHERS
For sale by C. W. lleuilei-son, Cairo, Illinois.
Mendelssolm Piano Co.
Will make, for the next B0 tiny only, a Grand Offer of"
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
$io0 Square Grand
ST LK 3 M"K"lwnt liosewood cbso, elegantly finished, 8 trltic7 1-S Octave Ml patent
. canfiilileaurnlles, our new puteul overslriinu scale, heautiHil carved leu and lyre heal
erpeutlne and larire fanny moulding round case, lull Iron Frame, French (irand Action, Grand Bam
mer. In fact uvery Improvenn-nt which can In auy way tend to tho perfection of the Indrument hae
been added .
imr-Our price for this Instrument boxed and delivered on board tho car at New York CM 4 t AA
wild lino Piano Cover, Stool and Bi,ok, only ?-0,UU
Thi Piano will he enl on teat trial. Please send reference II yon do not end money with order Cash
sent with order will be refunded nd frclchl cliarpc paid by n both w) If Piano I not In.t a reo
resented In this advertisement. Thousand In use. Send for Catalogue. Every Initrument fnll war.
ranted for flvo year. ,' '
itnj to KO (with Stool Cover and
ale fae lory pilce Thee Piano
S,are. contain onr'New B Sc., y , ealmpri oVtt SJK
In ll.e a ,1 ml n' f, l .1' f.
jl ,l,..M.lt.ta. nl.., m. .a..J..J i a 1 . .
free ir'i,ns..tlsfnc..ory. l.im't fall to ' wri ini The ore vlnR. ofi ihV'ne t' b. In. ft"
a ue mailed free, llandsome Illustrated and Descriptive CmSu -Wt. f
Every Piano fully warranted for ft year.
(Wi ft A MQ 0,,r ''rrlor (Irand Jubilee Orpin," tyle I. the flnest aud awretest toned Reed
lHVlTA V t orirali ever ottered the musipnl unhli i V,ui... v-i... ri. Kajuta.
,, fo rof a', Octave, each, and one of three Octaves, Thirteen Slop with Orand
''"Kan-Dup'on. Meloi la, Mola, Hute.Cclesto, Dulcet, Echo, Melodla Furte. Celetln. Vlollna, Flute
a"i Tu-n!,,L".' ""'JL'H.",1!!. "-wll. Knee-Stop IHdit U Inrhe.: LenHh. 43 In; Width,
, ... o.m, .twiuf. inncasei.oi .111 10 walnut, veneered with choice trooa. nu n ;n
entirely now nd betititllu dclirn. eluborately carved, wllh raiaed pannel. niuslc closet, lamp stand,
fretwork, Ktc, llele(rantly flnlshcd. Posesses tbo latest and best Improvrinent, with great power.
iM'pui, nriiiinni-y ano sympameilc quality of lone. Heautlful olo tflecl ana penect aiop cuou
Iteiriilar retail price )3Hfi, Our wholesalo net rash price to liar II Introduced, with .tool and book,
ouly $i';-a on oran cll other. PoattWely no deviation in price Nopayment rrqulrjd ontl) you
nave fully teted tho orffa In your own home, We ond ill Orsan on It! dar. Iet trial and pay frerghl
both way If lii.trumcnl Iniotaa representad. Fully warranti d for ft year. Other iyle- Btop or-
Kanoniyior. niop, M .tops, U5, Over .old, nd every urau ea Biven tn luneat Ml
Isfaetton. Illustrated circular mailed ma Vnrinrv and waremom. 57th St. and 10th Are
SH K RT M 1 TS TH ono thlrd price. Catamen of two choice pie ce. tent for Sc tamp. Thle
OUfifiX llLljOllJ Cataiomi include mit of ihe popular nin.le of the day tnd eiteryvarl!, ,
musical compoiltlon, by the beat iitbor, Addre,
MENDELSSOHN PIA NO CO , P,0. box 2058, New York City,
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PRICE 50 cents ami $1.00.
Cairo, Ills., lor Mrs. Fit-en.ans' New National
of color arc unequalled. Color from 2 to 6
sold hy BARCLAY BROTHERS
Article from pur
VaseUno aucb a
Vateline Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor Io
Vaaeline Toilet Boapa,
riTTfl rtrrT PT a two
An agreeable form of tak
ing Vaseline internal!?.
and Dinhtherin. etc.
of all our goods,
Piano for only $245.
Hook). All strictly Flrst-cla. and old at Whole
made one ol the fluent display, at the Centennial
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