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MRS. LYOIA E. PINKHAM.
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAWI'S
The I'ixIUvp Turn
For all Female Complaints.
This preparation, m lla nam slgnMns, eonnliU of
VaguULIa l'nwrtli that are barmlim tu tha moat dl
Irate InTalld. l'pon una trial tha merits of thli Cora
uadwllllwrurag-uin(l,aa relief la ImmMtUtsi and
lin IU uaa la wmtlmied, In nlnety-nlna raaea In a hiin.
lmd, apnrniniMitiMin'li'ITi'n.l,aj4lli'maii.la will lea
tlf. Ob acrnunt of Ita proven merits, It la to-rtjr ra
eomnwwlnj anil prus-rlbed by tha l.t pkyiiclaua In
It will run entirely lha worst form of falling
of tin irUrrua, lworrhfi-. Irregular and painful
Neiutruatlon.allOrarlanTroulilia, Inflammation and
Ckaratluo, Flonilliit(t,all I)laplanmmU and tha eon
sequtnt iplnal cakimw,and la wimvIiIIj ailaptM to
tha Changs of Ufa. It will diaol and eiprl tunvira
from Ilia uu.-ruatn an early stagn of development, thm
tendency to ranrrouabiiiniini titers la cheeked vary
Speedily by ta use-.
In fan It baa proved to ba tha great
aat and brat remedy that baa aver lin dUromr
ad. It permeate, awry portion of trumyau.ni, andairr
new llfeand vigor. It rrmo faint nraa.rlatulnnry, de
al roya all era ns( for itimulanU, and n-Uavei weakaew
f the itumaeh
J, eurea lll'tln(f, Headahm, Xerrous Proat ration,
Oentral IMllIty,Kk'rpliniia, Depnwion and Indl
Station. Tliat fix-ling of bearing don, canning pain,
light and backarha, la alwaya permanently cured by
Itauae. It wlllat all ttrriea, and underall eimiutao
raa. art In harmony with the. law that governs tha
fat Kldiiry ComplaJnia of either aei thu eonipmind
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
a prepared at ttl and ttt Weatern Avenue. I.ynn.Vfww.
Price 1 1.00. Hli bottles for ,VU. K ut liy mail in tha
f inn uf pills, aim In tlx form of on mrlpt
orprva, l.i, js-r hoi, for eitle-r. Mr. I'INKIUM
freely anraent all Mterauf irvimry ri nd for !o
phji-t. Adilraai asal.ivi. JaVtiiioi, thu ;i;-r.
No family sbotiMI without I.VUU E. I'lSkllAM'
IJV'Ilt I1UA Thry rura (Vri.tipatlrn, I:illuutiu ia
and Torwdll y of t lie Ijrer i.l. i r tax.
KICIIAKDSON A CO., St. Louis, Mo.
wholesale a-enis for I.YIMA K. J'INKIIA.M
egelab.e I ijiiipiiUMl.
LYDIA K. I'lNKIIAM'S COMI'OL'M)
Sol.l l,y HA ll( 'LAY niJOTIILUS.
II V 'l"l'T s or.iiANs. i: sioj.a s.-t
llljV III ll'ti Tonsnc l(io.
mi 1 v
Ad'ln ee Daniel V. itcalt) .
I OLD MEOAl AWARDED
tits A tithnr A aft ui'1 ifmu
iri Work,UTkutMl t ft it and
chMpM41indtt,Mtvl,ta In rraTy
mAn.fintititKl U.iviTic(.f Jjf
nrjymli Wrprvu bciuiul m
bnrml t-rt-nch moiim, rnnlowwl
full rilt Jip.orntjnbr-atifl
Itoiui, pnrm nntf $ nl hf
tt'1 ixrw.Aflilnwj IWvej; MM-
FUflW TffVQHP v:1,n,rt.,u,u,nrl'r w H
. kUU, Nik 4 Bal&ocbiL Htua.
m 1 1 h Uirim-a fit furrn to
a rmu-kai a"Sfrw. ana
nhnianni TfiM ra. 'Jri Vlaal
tha lluthtt AwirJ at thm
WMTwhi-r. Th ciru m nt ifitd t-i mTchant.
KiciUMivfl trmtiirv ffir ri. Ai;fnt mikftthiia iVnna
nrnt and fr ifiAhl tiuno.. NrD'1 fcr trtim to Mm,
liKiHWnLi A 'o., iV i hrir1wiijr . N. V ,or to fritfr
I B. lutuaul,lJ6Uttt:t:l,(:hlcao, HL
A (iHAND COMI5INATIOX OF
ULOOI), HKAIN AND
Mult Hitter" di'rlvir thi-ir wrmrlerfiil l.ifi' meliilii
lute iiropurtlea fnim MAM', tin1 r (uirtint.' l
Klci'p rromutiui; Ititlin'tirp fr in Hill's, I It.-ip fraud
Tonic and Kcvcr Kxpelliliif I'iiwito fro n C AUSA
YA. ami tlii'lr lilunc Notinahint! I'rlm lpie Imui
IKON. Hlilrh an' four of the tr r "!i t -e t if .) I'ro
duciTH mid l.ifivt'rioitinif i lfini tit" rvcr iinltcil in
one nicilUine Fur IMirate Femal', Nurelna
MnthiTx, l Sickly Clilnlrcn, Malt IlittiT uri; Ml
pri'm. Sold I'v-rywInTi'.
MALT MTTKKS COMPANY, lioalon. Mh-.
Any piTin to h "iTlouely ill wliluml a wriilt
alo uach or Iniicllve livur or klftnc ya? And when
thene orsntiK am In i;ood condition do ymi not Hnd
their poi-iiCi(ir I'tijnyiiit' fund hcnlth; PiirkiT'e
Hinder Tonic alwai rrtjnlnli'it tliono ini)irtntil or
Rann, and never lull" to luuki' the lilood ru h and
trnru. anil to atrKnitllien evury part of tint m-Hti'iii.
It tina cured hiindn'fta of ilenpiuri n1.- iiimiIIiIb Xck
your nt'lt;lihor about it.
MtW A0VEKT1SEM ENTS,
Double Hone Corset.
m nmild Willi Two liiiwn of Itotira,
plurcd one upon tlm oilier, on em li
-lile, l'IvIiil' II ikmlilo Hlr niilli nml
elarl Icily, itnd will pnxtllvuiy not
lireuk down on tint KlileH.
ffiit liy umil on rcrnipl if ftt
FIELD, LKITKK & CO., Clilono, 111.
ON THE LINK OFTI1K
AVISCOXSIN CENTKAL K. Jl.
For full psrllcuUrri, which will hi- Kent Irce, mldreM
CHAltl.KS L. COL1IY,
Laud Commlmionur, Mllwaukcu, Y1h.
$K V ,wAKI -PurtlBa with limited cup
t) Ital donlrliii: to heroniB liilcrciHoil In Mlnltiu
entOTprlHun, at bottom llnnrca, plup aend adilri-K"
for fn-e prnnpijctnji to JostAH KLKTCIIKK, .17
Broadway, N. Y. city.
nV' .rM'i('hlV t0 H5W" "f 'l Untie.
Price a..'iO Hcnd your addreaa on I'oatiil raid Tor
oiirilliiHtrntnil circular. K. ItOTH A illto New
Orfonl, AdunnCo ,Pa. "u'' INUW
Ynilll"MPll !t,!l4.rn TuloprHphv! Knrn $10
lUUIl-lUtll to $100 a month. Wratluarna
Suarnnti'url pHylnir otllcca. Addruna Vali'iitinu
roi.i Janonvlllo, win.
A Y K A K and oxnmiaoa to
aunta. Outfit frno Addrcm, l.
O. VICKICHY. AilKunta, Maine
ttftOQ '"'ttr 10 ul". ftnd cxponmit. $n Outfit
J)i.f free Aildrci-. K, Swain & Co.,Amium,Mo
Til DAILY BULLETIN.
ITKr MOIININ (HONDA Tt KZCirf BD).
(jArgoat Ci roulatton of any .Daily In
OUliw: Jtulluliu Hullillnz, Waauingtoii Avenoe
Daily (delivered by caniuni) pnr wetik
. 10 00
Ht mall (In advance) una year. .
. ii 50
By mall (In advance) nu year
Toclutu of tun and over (per copy)
Poatua'u In all cane prepaid.
Atlve rtlalnu H a t e a :
Flrtllnaerllon, per muaro $ 1 00
Hubaequiintlnaurtioiii, pemquare 50
For one wei-k, per aquaru 3 00
Funeral notlc rjo
Ohltiiarieiand roaolutiont panned liy o..letle
ten cenu per line.
Death and marrincea free
Flrat iuaertion, per aijuarc $100
Hubaaquent ini:rtioui , ,v)
BlKht llnea of aolld nonpareil constitute a aquare.
Umplayert advertlacment will be chari?ed accord
ing to the apace occupied, at above rale.atb.ere ba
ins: twelve tinea of aolld type to the inch.
To replar advertlaere we offer mix-rior Indnca
menta. tiotli auto rate of charge! and manner of
d eplaying their favors.
Tula pajirr may be found on die at Oeo. P. Rowell
t Co. 'a Newspaper Advertising Bareau. (10 Sprure
s'reeti where advertlainif contract may be made
I r It in New York.
Communications npon subjectaof general interest
to the public ire at all times acceptable. Rejected
in uiuarrlpls will not h returned.
I.ettere and communiratlons should be addressed
"K A. Harriett Cairo Illinois"
Analogies in Mature.
Thn cocoaiiut is, in many respects,
like the human skull, nlllinuh it close
! rewmblim thu skull of the monkey.
A Rono may bo ho bcld e.h to remind
one of tho iirifliinheil face of the skele
ton, and the meat of an English wal
nut is rIiiiiisI the-exact rciresentation
of the lirain.
riums and black cherries resemble
the human ryes; almond and some oth
er nuts resemble the different varieties
of the human nose, and an open oyster
and its shell are a perfect imajje of the'
The shape of almost any man's body
may be found in the various kinds of
mammoth pumpkins. The open hand
may be discerned in the form assumed
by scrub-willows and growing eelerv.
The (ierman turnip ami the ejnr-plant
resemble the human heart. There are
other striking resemblances between
human organs and certain vegetable!
forms. The forms of many mechanical
contrivances in common use mav be
traced back to the patterns furnished
by nature. Thus, the life; sucsted
the plow; the butterfly, the ordinary
hirfe; the toad-stool, the umbrella: the
duck, the ship; the fungous growth on
trees, the bracket. Anyone desirous
of proving the oneness of the earthly
system will find the resemblance in na
ture an amusing: study, to say the least.
One of a party of fivo colored ira
migrants from North Carolina to I'ike
county, Alabama, claimed to be 110
years old. and her appearance indicat
ed that her statement was true. She
find a snow-white beard, that might b
called luxuriant fr a woman, and her
eyesight had so improved that she had
discarded spectacles iiflcr her nine
To I'crsoii.s About to Marry.
"To pt TM.ns aUiut to nirirrv." D(iicrlliss
Jerrold'n ndvjce was, "Don't" we. sutipli-
nicnt by sioing; without laying in a supply
"i .-pnii iiiCNSoni, which cures Albuminana
and Kidney and IJIaddcrcoinnbtiiits. I
?i,.io cents, anil trial Imttles 10 cents.
Mutlieis! Jlolhcrs!! Mothers!!!
Are ymi disturbed at r.ii'ht and broken
ofyuurrcst by a nek child suffering and
crying with the cxoruciatinL' nain of enftinrr
teeth f If so, go ut once and get a liottleof
VI l"l....l v. ... .i . ,
" immo .-ootiiiiig jsyrup. it will
relieve t. poor ,ttl(. huil-t..,,.r inimediately
-orHMo upon it; mere )s no mistake
alwun it. There is not a inoihcr on i.nrth
who has ever used it. who will not tell vim
at once tlmt it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief nml
health tu the child, operating like ma-'ic.
n is periectiy sate to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the Uste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold even-where. cents a bottle.
News from Leailville,
John Connors, of Leadville. writes:
Have ymi any Aut. forStirtnL' Blossom .mv-
where near here. I had a Intttle brought
nie by a friend who tnniu on an excursion
from Bradford, and who knew I was stiller
in" from weakness in the back and kidnrvn.
he said he had used it to advantage and
wanted nit; to try it, 1 did so and feel so
much better I want some more. If you
have not not any iiL'dit here, and will nav
thu e-xpressage you can send mo half a
doen bottles, C. 0. D. Trices: l, 50
cents, ami trial Imttles 10 cento.
Dr, Kline's Great Nerve Restorer in tlm
marvel of the age for atl Neive Diseases,
in tits stopped free. Send to Wll Arch
Ktrccr, Philadelphia, Penn.
On Time, us Usual.
ItllieS HOW COe til lllluiltliua ror.lll.ieli.
That attack of Neuralgia that laid him up,
"my a ircsti visitation of an
old enemy, disappeared, becauso ho took a
tneiids advico and used Dr. Thomas' Ec-
ecmuvMi. niieuniatio pain, sores, cuts,
bruises, throat and 1 Unrr f it,. ,1 .. I h ... ....
. ' . . , e .'""cmoili", etc.,
aro luvariably contpucrod by it.
PUT IT TO PROOF.
At a time wiicu the comtmimrv I. ti,,.,i.,.i
with so many unworthy devices and
concoctions, it is refrcshinir to
find snmcthimr tlmt la l.,.i,n!..i
o - .... UL.Iill
and pure. So conscious arc tho proprio
tors of Dr. King's Now Discovery lor tho
Consumption ol tho worth of their reine
dv. thev niter all who desire, a trlnl but tin
freo of charge. Thin certainly would bo
disastrous to llicui did not tho remedy pos
sess the rctnarkabhicuriitivc powers claimed
Tie Iflnir'u TnTmh. niui'itv'rv for tho fin.
sumption will positively euro asthma, bron
chitis, stubborn coughs, colds, phthisic,
nuinsv. hnnrseiieioa rnmu nr anv slfertlnn
of tho throat or itiugs. As you valuo your,
existence give tins wonderliil remedy atrial
bvcalliniron Oon. v. rvn Tlrturrrlut
Cairo, Ills., and obtaining a trial bottlo free
of charge, or regular sized bottles,!!. 00.(1)
CAIUO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MQUNING, APK1L
W. C. AND L. ASSOCIATION COLUMN.
Edited la ihu Interest of the Cairo Public Library,
MEN, WOMEN AND I100K8.
Tui'khday evening, the 21st of April, the
C'oiro public will have the pleasure of
listening to a lecture from Mrs. Starrott, of
Chicago, the president of the Illinois Social
Science Association, an able speaker and
lady of great literary culture and wide
information. Mru. Starrett has spoken to
large audiences in Cincinnati, St. Louis and
clsewhero and been received with the
greatest enthusiasm by crowded houses.
As editor of the Western Magazine, she pos
sesses a wide influence. The meetings of
the Social Science Association will gain
much from tho interest and leadership of
such a lady as Mrs. Starrett. "At every
round of tho ladder, in this lifo of ours.
we have to abandon some interest to throw
off some vanity, to renounce worldly com-
fort and honor, to risk fortune, home and
life. When one has the strength to do all
all this, he may well be proud."
One of the new books, "One Summer," a
charming little story, by Blanche Howard,
has genuine freshness from Gem, "the lav
not very clean, good for nothing, sensible
Isiy," to the natural history lessons between
the hero and heroine.
Thk following prophecy was made by
Victor Hugo: "In the twentieth century
war will bo dead, the scaffold
will bo dead, royalty will be dead,
dogmas will be dead, and a beautiful cen
tury will possess our children."
C'Ani.yi.K once asked a student what he
was studying for. The youth replied that
he had not made up his mind. The stern
face of the old Scotchman grew sterner as
be said : "The man without a purpose is
like a ship without a rudder- a waif, a
nothing, a no man. Hive a purpose, and
no matter what it is, throw all your strength
and muscle into your work." Carlyc's
History of Frederic the Great," and "Oli
ver Cromwell's Letters and Speeches," with
'The Life of Chiller," are
on the library shelves, and
the latter is interesting enough to be wide
I. tub presentation of Schiller's poems
to the library, there is the foundation
thought for a case of books in the German
language. Schiller is very near to the
heart of the German people, and was a
great power in forming a new literary
In thk Congressional Library at Wash
ington, there is an old bilde of Italian
origin, supposed to have been written in
the thirteenth or fourteenth century. It is
written in Latin upon helium in clear, bold
characters. It cost the government $2,200
At thk sale of a collection of rare books
in New York city, the famous copy of
Kicked' "Mexico" was disposed of. It is
a little gothic letter pamphlet, without title
page, of 120 leaves, unnumbered, formerly
the property of Emperor Ma.xnnil
lin. It bears his book
plate. It is thought to be the second book
ever printed en this continent. It is as
clear and bright as when it cume from the
press of Juan Cromber, in the City of Mex
ico, in 1541, nearly 100 years before the
Bay psalm book was priitited at Cambridge.
The contents consist of a single compen
dium of directions for the conduct of pro
cessions and ceremonies, by Dionisio Rikel,
a Carthusiah priar. It merely renders the
Latin directions into tho Roman tongue for
popular use. The congressional library at
tempted to get the prize but a New York
collector secured it by paying f 325.
The new regulations come into operation
at Cambridge University the Easter term
1881, whereby women enter with full rec
ognitions as students.
Miss Waostaff, of Kansas, passed sue
cesslully through a day and a half of
"quizzes and queries," undaunted and un-
discouraged. The judge complimented her
on her proficiency in legal lore. The lady
issaidtobo handsome, refined, a bright
scholar and accomplished in music and
IIkkukkt Spkkckh hud no university
education, hut was traiued for nn engin
eer. In Boston they havu apartments devoted
to literary work, called the "Hawthorne
Gkoiiok Eliot's portrait is promised for
tho May number ot Harper's. Tho Eng
lish libraries have been unablo to supply
the demand tor her books. A critic
writes of her: "Her brightest coloriug
on tho whole is kept for the plain, quiet
homo beings who seek to get honestly
through tho day's work, and make thoso
they lore happy." Wo owo much to one
who gives what is duo to tlm di.mitv of
MlHS KATK SakhoKN, Who oeennlea tlm
chair of Literature at Smith College, has
iwo literary lectures, "The Old Miracles
Plays, and Literary Frivolities." As the
iEEH .-:": :Sold
1 r trw m m 1 ' a . . at stasias e a i lSstSiesits satis
daughter of Professor Sanborn, of Dart
mouth College, she has grown up in the
very atmosphere of belles lettres, thus dis
playing again, the power a cultivated, re
fined home life has over thu children.
"Tuk Undiscovered Country," and "Tho
Lady of the Aroostook," by W. D. Ilowells,
late editor of the Atlantic. He is now con
sidered one of the representative American
novelists, and is a writer who avoids the
dark shades, and lets the sunshine in.
Thk true importance of literature in the
home, is the influence it has upon the par
ents, in giving an early direction in taste to
Why stud to know the cause of vonr
pains and aches? Use St. Jacobs Oil and
An Impertinent Query.
At what ne were vou married, at the
"Parsonage" was the answer to the impert
inent nuestion. If thev had tsknd wlmr if
wits that cured her, when down with Bilious
Fever it would not have been impertinent
to sav Snrinir Blossom. Prices; l .Vi
cents, and trial bottles 10 cents.
To all who are sulfurim from the? errors
and indiscretions of youth.uervous weakness,
cany uecay, loss ot manhood, etc., 1 will
Bend a recipe that w ill cure vnn. freo of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Inmiin, Station D, New York City.
Protect the Little Ones.
Protect the little ones from the often
fatal consequences of croup, with Dr.
Thomas' Ecleetric Oil. It is the king of
all cotiL'h medicines as well as a peerless
remedy for rheumatism, lame back, sprains,
bruises, cuts, piles, kidney troubles, etc.
Tiike it inwardly and apply outwardly.
At Phil Howard's old stand,
TV HE BEST OF FKESI1 MEAT OP AIL KINDS
- always on hand iu large q imi titiuH, and sup
plied to steam boatii at nil h.iurs. Joliu Olude. well
kneiwn to river men. will tic found aboard all bouts
to take orders for meat.
pOLUMBLS, HICKMAN, NEW MAD-
HID AND TIPTON YILLE.
M. J. TURNER, Muster.
J. K. MUSE, Clerk.
Leaves Cairo everv Tneedav and Frldav for the
above poims. Fur hvigkt or paeeai-e apply to
Office, cor. Sirth and Ohio Levee.
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE -VT3 STATES.
On and after Monday, .lunc 7th, and until further
notice tac ferryboat will make tripe as follows:
Foat Fourth st. Missouri Land'R.
8:00 a. m.
l(i:ixi a. m.
i!:0d p. tu.
4:0 p. tu.
2 p. 11.
8::K) a. m.
10:80 a. m.
2::) p. m.
V a. m.
11 a. m.
3 p. m
City Ci.khk'h OencE.
t'Aiun, 111., March Kith, 1SS1
Public notice Is herein- i.u..n ii.m ....
I ht, llllh llav ut Anrll A 11 1UU1 u ...... .....I ',.,.'
...-j . ii--., a''uvla uic-
tioll will be I. lll 111 llin eltw f.ri'.... . 1.. .,.!.
.... - - - - ... ..... . v iivi niiAniiui i
county, state, of I linois, for the election f the
r. . I ..... I . . B.I.B...J ..i.i ..... . .... .... ...
mum tun niiiii-ii iiim ers, VI.; A .HHVOr, I IT V I lerK,
City Treiisurtr. City Attorney. Police Magistrate,
ufirl .mi. I.I,,..,. .in IV.. , ....1. ..r .1... .1.... -.1 ....
... .-.. iiiiuii ii.Fii, inm ,.i mi; uvD namB ill
thi'Clty. Pot tho iniijHMii' of said election polls
will lieopiii'il at the following named places, vto:
hi ine r irei i urn, hi I nu Allleneillli lillliuing, oil
Uomtlicrc.ini iveliue between Six.h and Seveutli
stn'ets: In tin; Second Ward al the engine house
of tho Hough and ltcariy (Ire coinpauv: In tho
Third Ward, at the ongiuu house of the llltmrn un
lire company; in the Fourth Wont. at. the court
house: In the Fifth Ward, Ht the storehouse build
ingof James Carroll, on the northwest cornerof
Twentveighlh street and Conimurcliil avenue.
Said election will he opened at eight o'clock in the
morning and continue open until seven o'clock In
the afternoon of same day.
Hy order of thu City Council .
D.J. FOLKY, City Clerk.
For all soldiers disabled In U, 8. service, and for
heirs of deceased soldiers,
Fur soldiers whoso rule of pcnalnn Is too low,
Due all soldiers discharged for wounds or other
Injury (uot disease), who have failed to receive It.
COPIES OF LOST DISCHARGES
Send twos-cent stamps for blanks and "circular
of Information" to
STODDAHT & CO..
Solicitors of claims. Room 8, 8t. Cloud Building,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
by PAUL (i. 8CJI UiilKl
HSPlilM BLOSSOM II
Worth Its Wekjiit in Gold.
it Posiawm.Y CURES
JilUMATISM, SPIIAINS, BRUISES.
RHEUMATISM, SPRALVS, DRUISES.
RHEUMATISM, SPRAINS, DRUISES.
Sold by all Druggists. PRICE 50 cents and 81.00.
Go to PAUL G. SC1IUH, Druggist, Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freemans' New National
Dyes, ror brightness and durability of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
pounds, price 15 cents.
THOMAS' ECLEOTRIC OIL
Used and approved by the leading
UlAAS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
The most Valuable
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PiTinutr TrmrnunTTOTTw r,. ai.
. Coneha. Colda. Bora Throat CrotiT)
jqrTry them. 25 and 60 cent sizes
CBAD MEDAL AT THE PHILADELPHIA EXPOSITION
MLVEa MEDAL AT TUt. PAKI(
V ASlill VlSi K SOLI)
For sale by C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
Mendelssohn Piano Co.
Will make, for the next 60 days only, a Grand Offer of
PIANOS AND OEGAN8,
$850 Sijuare Grand
STYLK 3 Magnlflcontilnsewoodca.se, elegantly Hiilshed.S strlnrsT M Octaves full batent
. , caiilante agraffes, our new palenl overslriitiK scale, heuiililul curved legs and lyre heavy
serpentine and largo fancy moulding round case, rull linn Frame, French (irand Action. (Jraiid Hani.
m'vn a'medCt eW'ry ',nPrWVl,U'l'lt ""T UV ,""l ' "'U l,l'rll'c,lon "'' ,IB ll'strunient has
t ayOiir nrlcc for this Instrument boxed ami 1.,l K .. r...l
with line Piano Cover, Stool and Hook, only
l'lns Piano will he sent on test trial . Please send
sent with order w II be refunded and freight charge,
rranted7or ttve yeursV!'r " Tho,,,,"d,n
PT A TfiQ T (w,,,h St"i'.!' CoV:r
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....,.., nv-i.j iiiiniiiiiiiiiiniT n'ron niennea lor I lie 11 L'liest lliimira 1 1,
Squares contain our New P.iie.it Hcs ... the greatest Improvement In the history or Km making The
I plights are the I nest in America. Posliive y we make the finest IManos, of the rUOiJat m amf gwa '
est durahl lily. They are recoinmemled hy the highest musical atitliorltl s in the ci m t v l?v r N oil
In use, and not one Al.satls led imrchaser, All Pianos and Organ, set t on , If. da v. ,.7' trial-ft! I l- H
JljAlij ywoirjred the musical
v..e, v. .'. V Vi..., V .. 'i V S -'sie, iiiicet, t,cliii, Me od a Knrle. ( elesllna. Violins, riuie
1 I,.', w ; .' V n,l,l,T " ",ld'W''11, Kll"nKIl'" llvlghl Inches! Lctiilh.4.1 In,' Width,
....,-, i mrrnse is ot solid w alnut, veneered with choice woods, sua is oi an
Zi.r carved, with riilse.l panncl.. music closet, lamp stands,
i i mii all elegantly finished. Possesses the latest and best liiiirovemcnl. with gn at power,
depth, brilliancy and .vmpnlhetlc onallty or lone. IIchiiIImiI solo Hlecis snd perect stop action
HegnlarreiKll price $5. Our wholesale dpi cash price to have It Introduced, with stool and hook,
pilv:ii-a. one organ .ell. others. Poslllvoly no deviation in price No payment reiulrvd until you
have fully tested the organ In your own home. We send all Organs on is dan test (rial and pay freight
both way. If Instrument Is nota. represented. Fnllv warrann d for 8 years Other slylei8 .top or
can only $! 1) stops, JSfi! H ntnps, 111,, ovur .Untie sold, and svery Organ has given the fullest sat
Isfartlon. Illustrated circular uiaiti'SJ tree Factory and warerooms, 671 b ht. and loth Ave
STfFFT AI I TSl F t otiii-thltd price. Catalogue or s o chiilrn pieces sent for 8c .lamp. Thla
uij I J A m !OlJ Catalogue Includes mosi of the popular music uf Ihe day snd every variety
musical composition, hy tho heat authors, Address,
MENDELSSOHN PJAyOCO., P.O. box 2058, New York Citj.
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sold by BARCLAY BROTHERS
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of all our goods.
EXPOHITIO.'s. COLGATE & CO., M.Y.
BY BARCLAY BROTHERS
Piano for only S2I5.
reference II yon do not send monev with order Cash
paid by u. both Ways If IMani. im jSIt as retS
S,!1J CaliiloKi,u. Kvery Instruiuent fully war
ttm'V- Al1 ",rll'"y Klrst-class mid sold at Whole
h .i.I tl.;nn.-sldisilR at tlui l enlennlal
--opuve.at.iogueof page, mailed A;r ac .lamp.
public. (I contains Five Octaves, Five sets Jieeds,
" "tee. Octaves. Thirteen Stops, allb J irand
ar I El i J II aa-ni
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