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MRS. LYDIA L PBHKHAP.il
OF LYNN, MASS.
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LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Thi PoMflv Turn
For all Female Complaints.
TJili preparation, h it nam atenlnr-a, constat of
VKUt)le Prupei-tlin that an harmless to th moat del
icate Invalid. ln on. trial the mertu of ttia Com
pound will b i-Mognlxnl, tirtlltl I Immediate) end
when lie iiasi conllimwt, In nlwty nine cast In a bun.
lrel, pi.'rmai'HtciirolecH'wtod,atlioueiiU will Ut
Utj. On account of IU proven merlu, It U to-daj re
oorameniled and pmaerlbrt by the beat phyalclaue In
It wlU cure entirely tlie wnrrt form of falling
of tlie uterus, Ivucorrliu-a, lingular and paiufui
MeotniAtton,aJIOfarlanTruulili-s, InflAiniiiatloa and
Ulceration, Hooding, all Uiaiilactment. and the con
equeat eplual weakness, and 1 eapeelall adapu-d to
the Change of Ufa, It wiU diasolr aiid i-l tumor
from the utcrueln an early stan of dffveb .im--nt, Tlie
tsndenry to canceroua humors Uiere la chucked very
Ipeedlly by Ite uae.
In fact It bae proved to be tlx great
aat and but remedy that bae ever lcn dlscovm--ed.
It penucab-a every portion of the ay atom, and a-ira
new llfeaud rigor. It remove. faJiitume.fhiUileory, de
al rori all (Taring for atlmulanu, and relieve weaknea
nf the .toruach
KcureeCloatlng, ncadacbee, Kcrrouj rrortratlon,
General Debility, HU-cplwemwi, Dt-prcmlon and Indl
geetion. Tliat fotllEg of bearing down, cautlng pain,
weight and backache, le always is-rroanendy cured by
lUoae. ltwUlataUtlinci,audundrrail cln-unutan
Co., act In harmony with the law that govern the
Fur Kidney Complaint nf either art thla compound
Lydia i. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
laprepar4ateaandeSWtern Avt-nue, Lynn, Ma.
Price $1.00. B a bnttkw for a'..(. Beta by mail In the
form of pHU, eliailn the form of Uio-iw, on rw-l
otprica, ll.W. ier boa, for either. Mm. I'l.S'iCIIAM
freely auawera all Mtera of Inquiry fc-nd for io
phlet, Addraeaaahuve Xmlum tkit ;irr.
Jio famlljr should b. without VtA E. mKIMM'
LIVIK I'lLIA Thy cure Com-lltlr.n, Mllouar.eaa
andToniidlty of tlieljrer. JiornUper tox.
KICIIAKDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholele agetii fur LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
vegetable loin pound.
LYDIA K. PLKIIAMr COMPOUND
Sold by PA UCLA Y UROTH KKS.
TT riVPV'H OIUiAXS. 17 S
top 5 !.'t
aOlO MEDAL AWARDED
tu A nthot A Dw and irri4l M iJ.
leal Work,warranud tl and
chntwf,t. lndiaiM-nalle to t-T.-ry
Bian,HtilnJl "u'.V lenranf JjfB
or,HnMre.-rvati''n bnnd in
finwt Krt-nrh moahn, emlriM-l.
full uilt w ip.cioUiiia beantif ui
atwl enrravmara. Ji prt-crii.
tiona, nnce only tiadaent by
FKflW THTin V i-UfT It. W. II. I'AK-
ecno miw.AHlriea t'rAlMMly
. KKIt, bit i Bullinch at. li.t,,n.
have rxK-ome the favor.
Ha nf tlie ajf: coUitnn-
uitf com fmt and hfalth
witheltwancecf form to
a remarkable dnru, and
an tttyhiy rivi'jriv'l lr
phynciana. Thy ixreived
th II i(lh"t Award alto
Price tLaoanJ npwartl.
I.ndv f nnvnuwrr Wntitrd
frmrrwhore. 1 hfee cnrenui are n'. v!d t inerctianta.
KicluaivetwritfrYK'v'in. Ar.-nt mikethiaa Hnrma
Dent and Pmntabir Im.inpee. enll lor terna to Mine.
tiKIwil.ti Co., !'.' ! (riilway,N. Y ,or to (ienerM
V'eetnm AceDte.J. H. Wynt l'-o.. I'rt-donia, M.Y.,
J.tl, i'utn&in,iuiHuiohtrml,Chica,-u, IU.
A GKAND COMBINATION OF
BLOOD, BIUIN AND
Mult biltcrf tli'rlvi! IlK-ir wondi rful LITi' ii!tain
Ingpropurtli'H from MALI, tlu-ir i;mii!iii: nnd
Slecp-PromotiiiK Intlui-iicc fr m llil'.-v,lh -ir irmud
Tonic and Kcvit Kxp"llitii( I'nwur fro i C VLISA
YA, ami llitslf Hloou Noiiri-liiuif I'rin-I pirn from
IHON, which nr four of the cr iitvat It oml 1'rii
ducvrnuiid Lifu-l'riMtingulitinciil' ever nniti-d in
onu mifdlciim for Dulirnte KemsU', Niirnlutt
Mothers, and Sickly Clil.dniii, M ait iliiUT.t uru Su
urcino. old cv rvwhero.
II A LT HI'lTK KS COM I'AN Y , ltoKton, Mii-c .
Anyperauu lo h . rlouxly III without ft wi nk
to nacli or limctivu llvr nr kidneys? And when
these ormii arc In i;ood eotiditloti do you not llml
tlielrpoHneHi'oreiijoyiiiij giMt tn-Blth" l'arker'
Olui;er Tonic alwam re;ulHli' ilune Impurliint or
Raue, and never lulla to miiku the. blood rirli nnd
Fure. RH(1 to etrenelhen everv pnrt of llin Hyulein.
t hat cured htmilrt-d of aeepuluoi; invallil. Ark
your neiKlihor shout It.
Double Bone Corset.
lfniH(lo wllh Two How of Hunts,
piucea ono tiponinv oilier, on enrli
-lile, trlvlnu' It (louhlu Htr nuilf nnd
elnel Icily, tin (t will poHlliveiv not
lireiik down on the ldfH.
Sunt hv niHll oil rifoint of 81.23
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"E. A. Huruett Cairo Illlnon "
Hciify Wi;ii:tti Ilorton, tin English
fi'.riniT w lin ctii'intfil to C:ui:iil;v and
rct;inn-i tn I iin;: Lis wife nml (liililren,
lir.s j u.t. Ir.'cn lint-il i'. for not taking
iluc vmv. nf ci'i-iniii Cnlontilo b(!ctl.'S
wliifli Ii" (ink Lack to Devonshire a-t a
ftiiiiiiiy. S'-tciitl ot the iii-i;ctH are
stil.o-'i to linvHiriit l'iosi', although
tli' i i; sc(.iiis to In- a .-.light doubt ou that
jioint, titnl tin- good n-opli;of Plymouth
ii!i(;:ily M-i: in irnaiiiMtion a swarm of
lln- (H 'tx in their midst. The stibjoet
ba-i :i:t:tiiii-d t:ie dignity of a hearing in
parliament, when; in reply to a rjues
t'on, the home secretary statod the facts,
and referred with deprecation to the
very light penalty which the farmer had
incurred for his wanton and reckless
net. From t-n lo twenty of the beetles
:re supposed to have escaped, but there
is Mime ground for t ho hope that they
have perished for lack of sustenance.
Ofiicinl liguros show that during the
year 10. lotj.llfl Oernian emigrants
sailed from the ports of Germany and
from Antwerp; nr more than three
times as many us in the preceding year.
This enormous increase is duo in part
to the fairer prospects which the gener
al prosperity of this country has ofl'ered,
in part to the grow ing aversion to mili
tary service at home, and in part, the
London Tinm thinks to the discontent
which the protection policy of the em
pire has caused "by raising the price of
bn-ad and other necessaries of the
poor." The 77"' does not present
any figures to justify this argument, the
edge of which it wither blunts by ob
serving iu tlie next sentence that at
least the coincidence is striking.
i lie Japanese are advancing so rap
idly in the principles of western civil
ization that it is hard to keep up with
the changes introduced in the Mikado's
empire. . Hitherto prejudice has forbid
den to women almost every kind of
work, but several of the principal man
ufacturers are now experimenting with
female emploM's. Thus far the result
is considered favorable. The work
done by women compares so well in
quality with that done by men that eev
cral new cloth factories are about to bo
built exclusively for the employment of
women. The worst feature of tho case
is that the women aro kept at work
twelve hours in the day without inter
mission; but intelligent capitalists may
be expected to detect soon tho disad
vantages of overwork.
Ueceiit experiences in London have
drawn attention to the arguments for
and against an armed police. London
policemen are not allowed to carry tire
arms of any description, and the author
ities aro said to bo unanimously in fa
vor of the present system. The IOndon
'J'clr(rtij)h, which lias been collecting
opinions on tho subject, says that
among metropolitan superintendents
and inspectors tho universal voice is
strongly against any proposition for in
creasing the defensive equipment of the
policeman. On tho other hand, the
conviction is spreading that somothing
ought to be done to check the practice,
which is extending among tho people,
of carrying revolvers. Tho enforce
ment of an ordinance similar to that
which has been found useful in New
York city is suggested in London.
Tho damago caused in Franco by
wolves during tho year 1880 has been
estimated at oO,000,0(K) francs in round
numbers. Tho animals swarm iu tho
departments into which the Alps and
Pyrenees extend. Several deaths have
recently been reported in outlying dis
tricts, tho wolves showing a boldness
which they havo not exhibited sinco
they followed in troops in tho wake of
tho iuvading German armies ten years
ago. Tho hiiirctcric is a well organiz
cd public servico having for its object
the destruction of tho wolves. It was
founded in tho early part of the fifteenth
century, and now consists of a number
of lieutenants lc loiire.feric, attended
by numerous bands of pinuours or wolf
hunters, whoso duty it is to destroy
those animals. The appointmont of
lieutenants is eagerly sought for by
gontlomon of fortuto, living; on thoir
estates in the departments. It is hon
orary, but it gives tho right of wearing
a magnilicent hunting costume and or
organizing and superintending tho
atlairs of tho chaso in his district.
Halt llu rum tor seventeen vears. TTeln-
less lor eight years. Unable to walk. Got
about on hands and knocs. Head, face,
neck, arms and legs covered. Cured by
Cuticura llcmodies. Will McDonald. 2M2
Dearborn street, Chicago.
On Time as Usual.
Jones now COOS to bllRiliess reirnt.trlv
That attack of Neuralgia that laid him up,
and which was only a fresh visitation of an
old enemv. disanneared. becnimn )i troilr a
friends advice and used Dr. Thomas' Ec-
loctric Oil. Rheumatic pain, sores, cuts,
bruises, throat and lunrr comnlaints.
aro invariably conquered by It.
OAIKO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MQRNINQ. APIilL
Sooretary .varU is said to have spent
$20,000 per year ubovo his salary wliilo
ho has been in Washington, much of it
being for entertainments.
Tho Russian Emperor's new wifo is
said to bo remarkable for neither brain
nor tact but nevertheless her power
over her husband Is absolute.
Mr. Charles Coghlan, it is complained
in London, now possesses that fearful
thing, an American accent, caught
during his long visit in New York.
Secretary Sehurz' journalistic proper
ty in St Ixjuis is said to yield him $12,
000 a year. Ho is endeavoring to ob
tain a suitable house there for ids future
Taglioui, tho famous ballet-dancer, is
living in Iiondou, giving lessons in
dancing, nnd has had the children of
tho Princo of Wales as her pupils; Fan
ny Ellsler is living in Austria.
Edwin Hooth writes to a friend inBal
timoro: "The Public and tho Drains of
Uritain aro with me, but tho critics
most of them and many n-sthetic asses
consider me antique in style."
A letter of Fernando Wood to Gov.
Wise has been published, in which ho
urges tho latter to commute the sentenco
of John Brown, Harper's Ferry fame,
to imprisonment for life.
Tho marriago which has been ar
ranged between tho crown princo of
Mecklenburg-Swerin and the Princess
Mario Wimiisgraitz lias been broken
oil, in consequence of insuperable dif
ficulties occasioned by their different
Jesse G. Ltndell, tho last male scion
of tho old Lindell family of St. Louis,
has just died in New Mexico. This
Lindell and his two brothers, who also
died within tho past ten years, comple
tely dissipated their portions of Peter
Lindell's six millions.
Gen. Garfield's two oldest sons aro
described as bright, well-mannered
boys; enthusiastic when their father's
namo is spoken, but not too aggressively
conscious of his elevation. Tho general
is said to have written to their tutor
that he himself had exacted earnest
work from them, and relied on him to
exact the same.
A woman thus writes to tho New Or
leans Times, in defense of Sarah Bern
hardt's leanness; "A woman or man
with such a temperament, with such
passionate tire praying continually -on
tho physique, can not bo fat, can
not be plump. Happiness to such natures
is an exquisite pain. But who can com
prehend this unless they have souls in
sympathy with it."
Mr. Carlyle's prejudices in favor of
tho South during the civil war aro said
to have originated in the misleading
stories told to him by slave-owners con
cerning their patriarchal Arcadia in tho
south. Mr. Conway relates that an
American lady, w hose son died while
in the northern army, sent to Carlylo
the memorial volume of tho Harvard
students who had fallen in the war,
containing their letters, their biograph
ies, and an account of their thoughts
and deeds during that great struggle
for liberty. The old man read the
book from first page to last page, aud
some time afterward, when tho Ameii
can lady came to him in person, ho
grasped her hand, and even with tears,
said: "i have been mistaken.
Tho St Louts Globe-Democrat re
lates ttie annexed incident concorning
tho lat( Fernando Wood: "In thcThirtv
eighth congress Mr. Wood was the worst
of obstructionists. Ho was publicly
censured by it vote of tho house one day
lor tno use of indecorous language con
ceruingthc bodv of which lie was a mem'
ber. Soon after this event ho was seen
coming out of the white house late ono
night It was telegraphed to every
newspaper that Fernando Wood had
held a long conference with Mr. Lincoln
hat passed between these two men
was never told by either, but Mr. Wood's
course on public questions was material
ly changed by the conversation which
took place. He was never afterward so
violent in his opposition to tho war and
tho war measures."
When tt man begins to go down hill
ho finds everything greased for tho oc
casion, says a philosopher, who might
have ad led that when he tries to climb
up ho finds everything greased for tho
How to Preserve a Carriage.
Mr. Storey, of Nottingham, England,
in a published series of "Useful Hints
for tho Proper Preservation of a Car
riage says: "A carriage should bo
kept in an airy, dry coaeli-houso, wild
a moderate amount of light, otherwise
tho colors will bo destroyed. There
should 1)0 no communication between
tho stable and the coach-house. The
manure heap, or pit, should also be
kept as far away as possible. Am
monia cracks varnish aud fades the
colors, both of painting and lining.
A carriages should never, under any cir
cumstances, bo put nway dirty. In wash
ing a carriage keep out of the sun ami
have the lover end of tho 'sets' covered
with leather. Uso plenty of water,
which apply, where practicable, with a
hoso or syringe, taking care that the
water is not driven into tho body to
tho injury of tho lining. Whon forced
water is not attainable, use for tho body
a largo soft spongo. This, when satu
rated, squeozo over tho panels, and by
tho flow down of tho water tho dirt
will soften and harmlessly run off; then
finish with a soft chamois leather and
oil silk handkerchief. Tho sumo re
marks apply to tho underwork and
wheels, except that when tho mud is
well soakod a soft mop, free from any
hard substance in tho head, may bo
used. Never uso a 'spoke brush,'
which, in conjunction with tho grit
from tho road, gets liko sandpaper on
the varnish, scratching it, aud, of
courso, cffoctually removing nil gloss.
Never allow water to dry on the car
riage, as it invariably leaves stains. Bo
careful to greaso the bearings of tho
fore carriage so us to allow it to turn
freely. Examine the earriago occasional
ly aud whenever a bolt or slip nppoar
to be getting looso tighten it up with a
wrench, And always havo ' liulo repairs
done at oneo. Never draw out or back
a carriace into a coach-house with tho
horsos attaohod, as more attcldonU oc
cur from this than from any oilier cause.
Headed carriages bIiouM never stand
with' tho hoad down, nnd aprons of
every kind should bo frequently un
folded or they will soon spoil."
. HPKINO H1.0HHOM.
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An Impertinent Query.
At what age were you married, at the
'Parsonage" was the answer to tho impert
inent question. If they had asked what it
was that cured her, when down with Bilious
Fever it would not have been impertinent
to say Spring Blossom. Prices: J1, !30
cents, and trial bottles 10 cents.
FACTS THAT WE KNOW.
If you are buffering with a severe Cough,
Cold, Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption,
loss of voice, tickling in tho throat, or any
affection of the throat or lungs, we know
Dn. Kino's New Discovkuy will give you
immediate relief. We know of hundreds
of cases it has completely cured, and that
where all other medicines liad failed. No
other remedy can show one-half as many
permanent cures. Now to give you satis
factory proof that Dit. Kino's New Discov
kuy will cure you of Asthma, Bronchitis,
Hay Fever, Consumption, severe Coughs
and Colds, Ilonrsness, or any Throat it
Lung disease, if you will rail at Geo. E.
O'Hara's drug store.Cairo Ills., you can get
a trial bottle free of cost, or a regular size
bottle 101$ 1 .00 (2)
News from Leadville.
John Connors, of Leadville, writes:
Have you any Agt. for Sprtng Blossom any
where near here. I had a bottle brought
me by a friend who came on an excursion
from Bradford, and who knew I was suffer
ing from w eakness in tlie back and kidneys,
he said he had used it to advantago and
wanted me to try it, I did so and feel so
much better I want some more. If you
have not got any agent here, and will pay
the expressage you can send mc half a
dozen bottles, C. O. I). Prices: 2, 50
cents, and trial bottles 10 cents.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at ni-dit and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, L'o at once and tret a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Svrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly sate to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
phvsicians nnd nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 21 cents a bottle.
Protect the Little Ones.
Protect the little ones from the often
fatal consequences of croup, with Dr
Thomas' Eclectric Oil. It is the king of
all cough medicines as well as a peerless
remedy lor rheumatism, lame back, sprains,
bruises, cuts, piles, kidney troubles, etc
Take it inwardly aud apply outwardly.
To all who are suffering from the errors
ami indiscretions ot youth.nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will cure you, free ol
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Kev. Joseph
I. Ionian, Station D, New lork City.
At rinl Howard' old stand,
THE HEsT OP FRESH MEAT OP ALL KINDS
alwaya on hniiil iu lurL'e ( iitimitfcH, anil sup
plied to neumiimuK at an noun", uiinu inaae, well
knHwn to nviT men, will be found aboard all bouts
tn take order" for meat.
poU MBUS, HICKMAN. NEW MAD
BID AN D IT PTONVILLE.
M. J. TURNER, Muster.
J. K. MUSE, Clerk.
Leave Cairo cverv Tiiendiiv ana Frliiav fur
above jioluta, For i'relKht or pascace applT to
ror IrulKlit or past-aee appl
Olllce, cor, Sixth and Ulilo Leveo.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, . 1 tine 7th. and until Itirther
notice tbeforrybuat will make trip a follow:
Pott Fourth at.
8:00 a.m. 8::i() a. m. H a. m.
10:00a. ra. liitfoa. m. 11 a. in.
8:00 p. m. 2:!i(lp. m. 8p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:;X) p.m. 6;00p,m,
2 p.m. 3:S0p.m. S p. in
Yonraelve by making mon
ey when a irolden cbancu I
olfen-d, thereby alwav
keeping poverty from yoiir
door. TIionu who always
tiikn ndvHiitniin nf tint trniwl
chance for makltiK money that arootrered, mineral-
ly necoinu weaiiny, wiiiiit inoae who uo not lin
proTe iich chaueeii remain In poverty, We want
many men, women, lioya and girl to do work form
right In their own localities, The bunlueaa will
nay more than tun tune ordinary wage. We
hirnlali an t-xpennlva ontilt anil nil that yon
need free, No one who cnoaffe fall lo maka
money rapidly. You can devote your wkolo time
to the work, or only vonr spare momenta. Full
iiiormation ana an mat a neftoeu ent rruo.
dreas bTlN SON A CO.. l'ortlantl. Maluo,
n in r n
by PAUL a. SCJiUlH'tJA
Worth Its Weight in Gold.
IT POSITIVELY CURES
RHEUMATISM, SPRAINS, BRUISES.
RHEUMATISM, SPRAINS, BRUISES.
RHEUMATISM, SPRAINS, BRUISES.
IT NEVER JA.JXS IN
Sold by all Druggists.
Go to PAUL G. SCIIUH, Druggist,
Dyfs. ror brightness and durability
pounds, price 15 cents.
THOMAS' ECLECTRIC OIL
Used and approved by the leading PHYSI
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
The most Valuable
m a Ta af KM i i la"1
8KIK DISEASES, RHEUMATISM
a n aii"
CATARRH, HEMORRHOIDS, Etc. Also for
Concha, Coldi, Sore Throat Croup
nrJrj them. 25 and 50 cent lizes
MLYEtt HEDAL AT TUfc PAUIS
V ADELINE SOLD BY BARCLAY BROTHERS
For sale by C. AV. Hciidersoii, Cairo, Illinois.
Mendelssohn Piano Co.
Will make, for the next 60 days only, a Grand Offer of
PIA..TSTOS. AND OEGANS.
SUoO Square Grand
STYTjE Ii Magnlllceiit l!oai-w ood cane, elei -
1J"'' " caiitaliteaiiriitl'e. our new iiati-nt
serpentine and large fanry moulding round case, Mill Iron Frame, French (.rami Action, Orand Ham
mer, In fact every Improvement which cau In miiy way tei;d lo the perfection of the Instrument bai
( vr-our price for thla limtrnment hexed and delivered on board the cars at New York Co I f DA
Willi flue I'lano Cover, Stool and Hook, only C-10.00.
Till I'lano will he ent on lent trial. 1'leaw send reference If von do not aeml nmiiev with mil... r,i.h
aent with order w HI ho refunded and freight charge paid by tin both ways If l'luno I not lupt s rep
rcncntcil In thla nilvertlsenient. Thousands Iu use. Send for l alaloguu. Every Inatiiimeut fully war
ranted for live years.
1H A TflC! '!ftl()(wltlj Stool, Cover and
JXiilM0 fale faetury pilce These I'lano
. "J i Hiriiiiiiiniiiny rrililll uirnuetl Hir IliO lllglll'SI liOtlorS. 1 h
arc contain our New 'aletit Scale, the greatest improvement In the history of I'lano making. Th
luht are the liuest In America, l'tmltlvelv we maketlu. ite.mt llniw .,r n... r .....
est durability, Tln-y are reconimended by the hlgheat musical authorities In the countrr. l-vet- u.im
in use, ami not one uinhiiiis led purchaser, All l'lniio and Organ sent on lr- day test trial-freight
free if unsatisfactory. Don't fill to wr to us before Imvimr. llisltlv.,! u ...... n.i i, ,f ....
alogiiu mailed free, llundsomo Illiiatraled and Dcecrlnilve Cataloeuc nf .is unnca mnllea for .. ."i.n...
livery I'lano lully wurratitetl for vears,
Our "I'arlor (Irund Jubilee Organ," style ivs, Ii ,e finest and sweetest toned Keed
organ ever ottered the musical nubile. It r..,.tui., iri,. im..,.. i.'i,... . u.,rf.
four Of i!U Oetaves enrli. iinH
nrgan-Diapson, Melotlla, Vlula, Hule.Cclesle, Dulcet, Echo, Melodla -Forte, ( elesllna, Vlollu. Flnte
Foile, 1 renin o, (Iraiid-Urvan and flratid-swell. Knee-Slop Height 71 Inches; Lenith.4.1 Ins Width,
4 til Weight, boxed. !ltllb. Thecai-e Is of solid walnut, venecml with choice woods, nd I of an
entirely new and beantllul delcn. elaborately carved, with raised pannels, music clou t, lump aland,
fretwork, Etc., all elegnntly finished I'osseasea the latest and best inuirovemcnts, wild gnat power,
nelilh. brl llaiiev nnd sviiitmibetlp ntialliv nr torn iu.....i..i ...i . v..i. ami tn-riiTt stun action
Regular retail price jasii. Our wholesale net cash
only t:i7 a one organ sells other, l'osttlvelv no
have fully tested the organ In your own borne. We send nil Organ ou lllilnv test (rial and pay freight
both way If Instrument I not as represented. Fullv warranli d for ft year Other iyle-H stop or-
(an only ftm; w sio", frw: M slops, fin. i)vr ilWHH1 Mold, and every I'rcan iin im- "i iiiri -sracltiin,
Illustrated circular mailed Ires Vaeturir ami usrerooni. fltth St. Slid PNh Ave
SII V RT ll I IS TP one-third price. Catalogue of l choice plefcs sent for He sismp, Thla
O lir. Ti .1 iu IJol J Cstalogtie Includes most of the popular uiulc of the day and svery variety
musical composition, by the best authors, Address,
MENDELSSOHN PIANO CO., P.O. box 2058, New York City.
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zLlVEB CO jlPLAiNT
PRICE 50 cents and $1.00. -
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freumans' New National
of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
sold by BARCLAY BROTHERS
Article from pur
Vaseline anch a
Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor lea.
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
an anparlar t. ujr alaaUar aua,
Ac agreeable form of tak
ing Vaseline internally.
and Dishtheria. etc
of all oar goods,
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EXPOSITION. COLGATE &C0..N.Y.
Piano for only SiWo.
antly flnlhetl,!l lrltii.'7 1-1 Octave ftill patent
ovi rnniiiL' ai-iile. hi.niitilnl piirvi.fl li'oa fit.fl lv..
Hook). All strictly First-class and told at Whole
nuideotie t.l the lluest displav at the Centennial
.mil ,.C it,,.... t.,t ....... n-ki....... t...... ul.h i:m..
price to have It Inlrndiiced, with stool and book,
tlevlnilnn in nrn-o fneavnient reiiulrid linlll yon
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