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iature, should be .addressednto. the
M1innisboro -. Publlisling Company
W1.amsboro, . C.
.* A irLOAD SCHEDULE.-The: tralik
iow pass Winnsboro .ao. follows:
XNorth-bound passenger$ 12,.28 p.;.m.;
-south-bound, 4.28 p. i.; Uort bboiUrtd
freight, 9.05 a. in.; south-bound, 1.37
,p. ii. Those arrivals are on the basis
of - RaiIoad the,.. sipQ minutes
faster than Winnsboro the.
Masonio Meeting-G. B. dIeCarts,
b. IiOIR4NT TO nIPPERs.-The foi
jowing'regulation of. the Charlotte,
olumba anid Augusta Rail-oad Con
Spy is og iptereAt to inerchanxts and
shippers generalLy :."The several sta..
tions on the line will .le.pen.ty ,e
,ceive and deliver freight betwemn the
boiurs of 7, a. in., and 5, p. M., from
tAlo 1st day of.May to. the 4st, day of
,Se eember; and between the, hours of
8, a. in.. and 4, p. m., from the 1st of
'September'to thi -st of May,"
PIoNIC ON THE BROAn.-A corres
pondent writes: . "On Wednesday
last, July 0tli,'a cIa y . of old' an
young repaired to Broad River to h've
a plenlo. Who can descillie the feel
-jds'ofiboseowho gaze( lii.pture pn,
pot onlyone of tie greatest wonidery,
but beauties; of our little 'State, for
the first time. ..ad~je are. good for a
great many things, anIlespegIly fg
laughing, talking and kentertaimngin
bachelors; and can cook aill right, yet
some of them sigh, 'Oh I that I could
fty fish and make soup like a Mann.
If 0ir faile', i otler .cart-ij. had
.groaned beneath the l6ad of delicies;
no one could have been surprised, yet
I fear the the spot would have been
abandoned fo'tbwjt.h b;it yJvi th scarce
ly less haste than w a light shower
,-probably. .yoii can, imagine that
which Is not portrayeif vilen I say the
adies, dear souls, were fearful about
fidelr liati.. 'he .6)1ow over, every
lmov took his girl, and went dQwn to
the landing, where all, exce'pt .a few
whose parents positively forbid itbir
duinW qp took'a boat ride. Returning
to ourx vehicles, preparatory to going
homd;nmany pretty tings were gat h
cred,cablef atig.whiunh .4ere 'mds
,and wild Oath. *With mnanvh a w-vary
yet tender look at the. broad~ e xpanse
.of water, we bid a (bxid farewell tb the
shadynook, at [.ho i'iver's bink, and
rettst~tIed home in the gloamning, en
joying the' many jests and songs by thme..
. TtANsFEnCs OlF IkA L ESTATE.-Since
por last report the fo'llowiit. 't axlsfqi-.
ot'real estate have beeni entered in the
'oflceof the county auditor:
, . .Pettigr~ew to Sand.. Grier' and
others,.14 anres in township no. 13 ;
-Henry A. Gibson to Stephep. Gib
son, 2202 aicres- in townshlj 11 10;
Stephen .Qibson to J. W. blar'ke, 20
acres in townsliip no. 10; considera
~-- -Thos. IV. Serlink-to Adiuj Minibar,
624 acres in township no. 2; colnider
John Robertson to Singletop Tck
or*, 74 acres in township no. 6 ;coni
Winnsbor, Building and Loan As
bociation to JohmWajcot, one dt,1 ix
t.ownship no. 14; consideration $100.
,Commissioners qf theo S1'iing Fund
to John E. Robertson, 38 acres in
tdwnship no. 6; considerationi $95.
. f1. L. Elliot t to J.ilrydn't doei,' il
acres In township no. 14; consIdera..
. Chas. K. Rabb toNancy ,T. Rlabt
right, title and Interest In tfhb estated
John Rabb, in tgwnships nos. 9, 1d 11
amd 18; considg'~i&n $500. -
- H. W. Despry s and May, P.
Irack.td..H. . . fIott, 160 ajp'eo. in
township no. 8; cgnsdemation $500.':
*Mary D.. Mc uflt tg1 WinJ J ,5.
ston, 15 acres In township ijo. 8; con
sidleration $900. . ..
Primnus Williams (6o 84n101 Uaste,
house'and lot In townhip no 14;' con
'1.'G. 1atrick to ]t. A. ttrick, 1331
aicres In township no. 2; coibideratioll
.INN BTATN NORO1 i 1ZI0TXTUT*.
AIetter.fromn gnyerinteindent -Th6bpqQ,
Gettng Forth it. MAi, and the *Indnoe-.
ments it Offlers to the Teachers of the
-The follow'ing .letter. .has heec), ad
4ressglI by the State SuperIntendent of
Eattt'o the Columbia and Chuar
l'.fop .dliswith the request that Its
public~ion~e. extqoded by. the .press
at large.. ;WeIke illegalire In, giving
4t.a place In our columtns .'lo bepo.
Ets to be deivied from thie. (nstruction
to be given . at t 9.,.Normal Institute
ean scarcely be oyer-epimated. .The pa'
f.oot being to isprove tege9lers in .their,
* art,.alI the,at s~apd .rnppt; , apprcved.
.ethodn of ?njtragtion will lhp brought
4 . theIr at Itloz by gentlernen 'of
'veoks,.asud.eory t I ler i~ho.attends
WWQ copo .wayfeQ 1athat th1 time
who we 'll e;. -;tust. thet IPairr;
field may be rspres"tpd by. ,a lsrgp
delegation. Col. Thonipson's leotter s
6s followe .
Sin. 1o 14 ask permisRion to use
the columns of your paperto, give. to
those who.have not received elroulaos
Issued froin, this oico ii'orinatiqu
,with regard to the. State. Normal I li
stitute for whito. teachers.to be held 16
Greevlue begilning August 2 atid
eaylItig August 26:' - . . . M.
, 1.. Certitlcates will be Issued to those
tqeiaers who attend for not loe tlhati
three weeks. Tilaise cerlilcates wil
be evidence to .13ards of .Tri-atees of
the special traliig that holde'rs have
received. L', ,-..
2. The reglar course w k include
ped1agoci"'apd discipline, ethode of
Iisotatiog, geography, draing, pen
manlip, arllhmetic, C ngliVsgrainnar
aiju1comn positlon, readiir ap1 unsic.
There will be optional course'-in alge
himi, physical geography, Ioench, Gor
man and calisthenles. .;During tliq ees
slon lectures on subje"ts of tetierajjui
terest will.,eidolivered by distinguIsh
-..3. The atitractions Gf Greenville-as .
summer resort are wel known. Ar
rangoments hate been mando by which
pielUbibra of the In'stitute can secure
board at prices varying fro1h three
lolllirs to seven dqllars a week, and
they will be allowed to travel oit. the
1ailfroads at reduced i:ates. Al , 4.
Howell. Seecrtary. of the '-institute,
Greenville,.wvitigfVe hill lnforiation
is to termsof, board and rates of fare
in the riailroads.. Persons desiring
this Information should write at once
to M r. H1owell, and all other who pro
)ose to attend send him their hnamps,
in order that a roll of the students may
be maide before the day appointed for
4. uion will be fr. All teach
Dys akid friens4 Qf education ar. 0at:*r
stly -Jvited.tt ioin jthmefinstitute as
students. The learihlg-and ability of
Professor Soldan, the ql,o4uuce and
ieholastic accomplishments of Profes
or Joy nes, will amply repay those
who re ceive the benefits of their in
4~ruOLeiomu.-for whatever timne animI,
3' ma-y - be expeided in aittndanceku
he institute. With these distinguish
3d gentleive.. will be associated some
1f the, most successful instructors in
yuy State.. -
Tihe newspapers throughout the
Stato are requeste],. ilkrthe imiterept. 9,f
>d ucation. to puiblish the inforiation
.1U-11 S. ThOMrsON,
Staty ,upel'intendent Education.
T E PRLE61DIENV8 T'CONDITION.
YIIsHINGTON, JIly 19.-The follow
ng bulletin was sent this moriniing to
lie Cabinet officers by the President's
Private Secretafy: ..-#
'etrrrF-JTVM MIAXSIoN, 8 A. M.-The
lghltily increased febrile rise which
ecurred vesterday evening, but which
waq not due to any unfavorable change
i the douditioli qf the wound, hts cnd
trcly (lsippearet this morning, and
it this hour the President's pulse is
D0, with a normal temperature and
respirationt. -le rested well during
kie 11ight, 'at..one0. time slecepings.. 01e
hour and three-quarters withoumt anak
ing, and is now fpeliig bright and
comfortable.. Th'ere will be -a. slighit
elhamuge in his ualet-:somnething elsebIo
ing substituted for potatoes aud oat
meal, which have boeen found unsptis
EXECUT:VE M~ANsJQN', 8.80 A. M.-,
piassed a veryv good night, aini this
morinig lie is free from ifever and ex
pretsses himself as' fepling quite coin
fortable ; pulse 90, -thraperature 98.5,
19XECUTrv'E MANSION, 7 P. M.--Off
ci l Bulletina.-Tlhe President has pass
ed a~mn.sxcellent (lay, and his afternoon
fever has been less than onm any day
since lhe wvas wvounmded. .At. ,. p .,.,.ml.
his- pulse w as' - 2, .tempjerature 98.4,
typ~jiratin 19;- at presenit his pulse, is
DS, temperature 99.8, respiration 19.
.40t one of the stations on the E:'ie
rai.ways lives a New Yorki book-keeper
wh6 is fonld of green food. A gentle
mnu 'recentl~VpreSinted him with' a
pinmeapple, whih .ia~ gJhefully- -took
h< me. The ,uex't daty the gentleman
au led him how he'liked it. "Well,"
saiid lie, "wev boiled it f'r two~ hours
wvith a chunik of cornied beef, lbut.. I
can't say it, was as good as cabbagd."~
A .N extra .communlcation of Winna
.- bero Lodgei No; 11, 'A. F. M..* will
be hti.\lsnoHl thje(Thury'da)
By 'order of the'W. M.
SQ. B. McCANTS,
juily 21-11 Sceretary.
ro -RAISE sUPPLIEs FOR .TImE MUNICIPAL
E IT ENACTED 'AND dRDMINED
.Lby .the Intendant and Wardens of
the Town of Winnaboro#. C., in Concil
met,- and-b~y the authority-.of the same:
SThat, for the fnrpose of rrising supplten
for the yeer commencing April 1st, 1891,
and'ndiab April 1st, 1882, a tax for the
,4umnsi'nd in the manner hereinafter muon
tioned shall be raised and paid into the
treasnryof said .towry for the use and ser
vc h ofh' sto say: two andl bal(
(24) mills ad valorein upon every dollamr of
thlt~eet and p~ersonal property within the
corporate limits of the town of Winns
bore, tr'o deglla.( $) to9be paid by everv
male izlhabitan t of'rddtown betwen thei
agres of sixteen and :fifty years (except
fifty (50) active members of each fire
comipany) in lieu of working uponi the
streets of said town, , and three (3) per
66fit. npop.*he amonet of-all' ales at aue
tion. All taxes assessed and payablpe un..
der this Ordinance shall be p aid -ittf- the:
following kinds of fur$ja ad no -other:'
Gold anti silver coin, 'United Stater our
rpiiey and National Bank notes. All taxes
kaseased. hercin, shall be due and payable
between the 1st day of October and thme
S11th (lay of November, 1081, inclusIve,
and all taxes reinainiigA due and unpaid
on the ilt-day of Decembr'1081, shalli be.
o llected by .distress or others iso, as pro
scribed by law, together with all logal
eosts. All p ersoa ownjig property in
the oorporate ,imits of th salA..t9gn of
Wifnsboro are required, b'twben the 16th
dl'ay' et June.aiud the 1st d, y ,of August,
1881, to malie a. sworeu.roturn of said
property to.-the Tow~n;.Clerk,- and the said
Town Clerk is hereby required, ywhen
property-hiolders fail or rlofnuse to -nmake
said sworn return, to add' fift-y (50) per
sentum to the return of the previous mid-%
aloipal year. -e.
- Doneo in Counoil this the 21st day of
ine, under the corporate seal of 'said
A tt-st: 5. &, OCwwxsi
'O 10kSUMMER BEVERA.8,
$ X WATER,
O D VI GINIA MIN AULEIPs.
'IY TE CELEDRATED
J. C LXPI-I4 N G.
may 8 .text door to W. R. Doty & Co.
Free to Everybody
A BEAUTIFUL BOOK for the ASKING
By applying reonel%4 he Dearest
officeof TIlE b %NGEIV1IANUACTUR.
ING CO. (or by postal cardT' ifat a dis.
tance) any ADULT pcrson will be pre
sented with a beautifully illustraied copy
of a Now Book entitled
-0H THE- I
STORY of the SEWING MACHINE
containing a handsome and costly teel
engraving frontispiece, also. 28 finely ep.
graved wood uts, .and bound in en olab
orate-blue and gold litbographed cover.
No charge whatever is made for this hand
some ,.Pc. which can be obtained only
by apb1lotianxt the branb And subordi
nate offices of The Singer Mhahufacturing
.THE SINGER MANUFA'I0.IRING CO.
Principal Office, 34 Union Square,
may 17-1y Now York.
ITEaW* STORE .
ntADDEN HOTE V1.
WE, the undersigned, respectfully in.
form the citizens of WINNRORO and
vicinity thaa we have REMOVED to
And are now in receipt nf a full line of
new and desirable
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
WVhieh we will sell at the lowest prices
Laces and E'nbroidcricsa, which we offer at
accordingly low p~rices,
i#HIT.E 'GOO6 .
We resneotfully ask the atyantion of th
Ladies to-our entirely -new fresh
.stock of these goods.
English Swiss, Plain and Plpided Nan
seoks, Piques, in great variety.
Ladies'- Lane Scarfs, Ties and Powq, at
fiftedn cents, worth thirty-five eents.
-BEAUTIFUL SPRfING SUITS3
FINE, MEDIUM and COMMXOW
.For MEN, YOUTHS and BOYS
MADN~ Td ORDER.
Suits made to order at very low price.
SAMPLES ON EXHIBITION.
PKallecksr & Br.
IHAVE JUST RECEIVED A?9
ELEGANT &$COD STOCK Of'
GODWHICH IS READY rOR
TIlE HANDSOMEST LINE oF
Ladies' Neckwear in the City,
THA NNT STOCK OF WHITE
Goods in Town.
AGENT for the DAS1NIEIMER
BROS., OF PHiLADEPHIA,
FINE LADINN Et[OE4.
ARGAINS in GENTS', YOUTHS'
AND BSS' CLO IShk
bil: & D
PINT BOTTLES AT ONE DOL..
LAR FER DOZEN.
NT BOTTLES AT SIX-.
TY-FIVE CENTS PER D0Z5R.
BOTTLES TO B5 lmNTURN I
SUMMER BEVERA E
F W. ITAbENICHT.
EA11A g'or the NlMILLION I
FOQ OHQO'8 BALSAMOf SIIAR1L/S QA
Posit'veiyli'Watores ih6 HearIng. and is the only
Absolute cure for Deafness Known.
This oil is extracted from a peculiar
specics of eniali, W ales SHAnK, caught ja
the YelooV Sea, known as Ot V i
Rondeleii. i. Every Chinese fisherman
knows it.. Its virtues as a restorative of
hearing wbre discovered by Buddhist
Priest about the year 3410. Its oure were
so nunierous and many so seemingly di.
raculuns, that the remedy was offially
proclaimed ever the entire Empire. its
use bdcame so irelineial that for over 300
years n) denfesa has existed amoug the
Chinese people. Seatb charges prepaid;
to any address at SI p'er bottlb. - 4 L
Only Imported by DAYLOCRt & CO.,
8ole Agents for Amd be It., ew York.
It4 vii-tites-aro :ndquestionabl' and 'ita
ourative dharacl'er absolute, as the writer
can personally testify.:both from experi.
once aflia observatiori.
Amen g the many readers of the Revijto
in one iiart ahd another of the country, it
is. probable, that n'tikbers are afiitod with
deathies aed to- such it may 36e said.:
".Write ab 'eetb Hey'Jak-&4t4 6. Dey
8ti'est,'Now Yofkc hiilosing $1, and yoit
will receive by return a-remedy that will
enable-you to hear like anybody else, and
whose curative effeets will be perannent.
Yout will never- regret doing u o."-Editor
of Mercanf ile Jtevieto. jun 25-3m
*(WOUND oNI IHITR SPOOj4s.
GEEiNt4E A. 0LAIU,1
. SOLE AGENT,
400 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
Sinced' .it iion of this Spool
Cottowi in'to the American market, its sue
cesif.'1tts':been- un preeede nted. No other
brand' of,'tihead -U s' ever met with the
same amiitt of public favor in the same
spiico of 4time...-.
The "O. NT' manufhottiters were the*
first to rec gziise the importance of the
Riewing inc and to make a six-cord
uitoftizibh has evet$ been the recog
nized etiidata for machines.
All the improvements in 'machiaery
that the inv~entive getli of the pipe
teeth century has p' \ioed have been
adapted by the mannufst e'of "O.N.T.'
AL all the great-Internati nal F'air of
the world, "0. N. T." has been awarded
theshighest hoiopil "w~ - -
'Ibo "O0. N. T ."'factories at Newark, I
N.Jand Paisley, Sootiand, -erkplo -
,20operatives- make sufieonf, threa
dal ogo around the world- four tiges.
Consume 140 tons of coal dalIV
Trho manufootorers.,of' "0. '. T." are.
*he Iqrgest 'midtofadturer. of Spool Got.
ton in the world. -
A full assortment of this Spoo'1 totton;
can be had at wholesialeand retail at .1. M1
BEATY & CO.'S. ; feb 22.-tx~m
EKbi'S MOUNTAIN and ita1HEROES.
fl.HI8 work, fromthe pen of Lyman C.
~55Draper, 'ILtD.,: will .be' ready for.
dlivbr 'in a short titne, It will bh found
thefullest Mntt nIost'hcttrate acoonmit of
one of the most' import nt battles of the
Revolution. Every Soith. Carolinian'
should have a copy. bMe','bdok M 'sold
only by subsoripioat. ht font dollas per
copy. - It- tajay be procured of theo under.
sigedsoe aen. D. WITHERS & CO.
As Revised 1New Testament., Irn al
the different styles, may be taad at pub.I
lisher's'price., . , . . ,ju.y 16- 3m
erty owned by tb6 oitiastis ofWear
for the Munioipy ear 181~ -.
DURING the continuance of the
al season, I will offer bargains to
'ASH CUBTOMERS in all dopart
- .. MUSLINS and LAWNS,
AR4Ad S IN . >
. ' CASSIMERES and JEANS,
1ARGAINS IN -
SHOES and HATS,
,EST WHITE DRESS SIIRTIN
TOWN for ONE DOLLAR.
Nico lot of Gauze and Nainsook
rndershirts . and bleached Joan
GOOD WHITE DRESS. SHIRT
FOB ONLY 75 CENTS.
I also offer good CIDER Vinegar
L the low price of TEN and FIF
'tENCE~VS""-" I "~. a~odt
NEN CEN'TS per gallon, and the
eat White Wine Viggar at
'WENTY CENTS per gallon.
Otookery, Glassitat- and Wood
aware, all at low prices. Come
[Y GROCERY STOCK ALWAYS
WINNSB3ORO, S. C.
Ku a purely vegetable bitter an poworful
uioand is warranted aspee~y.pnd cer
I~ o for Fever and Aue, Chi~
md Feer, Intermittent or Chl
FverRemitteynt Fever, Dumb Igo
Periodical or Bilious Fever, andlal
bai iordere,. In miamatlo dis.
~p~thi t!sst sial in
~he back and loins, andI Cdle3ss of the
pne and extremities, are only prempni
on~s of sever'er y ps wbich termin
pin the eu 5aoysm, succeeded by
tiqh fever an4 profuse pyspiration..
'It is .a startihg~ fact, that quinine ar.
ionic and other pisonous minerals form
ihe bais of rioss ? the " lever and Ague
Prepartions,' in art . Thoyrups,"
~ions made'fromn ths mineral poisona,
lthouh they are palatable, id may.
break te chili, do not-cure;. htlave th
mnalarial and their own druig oison in
ordis '~t ulore fornmidable than'
e di preintended tCr.
taR's tdb aln trougho oreiates
hese noxious rison from oh system,
and always cures the aeoet cases. It
contains no uinine, mineral, tnythii~
Ihat could inure the most elcto pa,
lient I5 tcrowning excellence, above
its eWRt to lonre, tatat At leaves the
mas fre from deae as before the
NFo r ov tomnplaints, Arvslh 4oun
Ca, by direct action on lh .iver and
bir apprues, drives ot~tepisonq
"-ilie6~tfe system to a vigorous,
gh odton. .
9'riatit whe6a iaken according
Irobared by; Dr.'. 10, 'Ay~i & Co.,
?tms~eeI sad Analyial Themidts,
' Lowell, Mass,
..08 a aeSaceres Isawaas
ML4~.bcbe t Tm r-, m.
.n bNodel to-mako room for my Iall and. Winter Stook, land, )'ribir to
annual.inventory. I will offer special inducements for. the next THIRTY
LAYS IN DRY GOODS, NOTIONS and CLOTHING.
SHOES, SHOES-'MY VICES.
75 pairs Cable Screw Brogans, reduced to $1.25.
. 100 pairs Cable Screw.Plough Shoes, reduced to $1.35.
.60 pairs M'n's Pegged C(%f Ties, reduced to $1.75.
.50 pairs Women's Grain Polkas, reduced to $1.00.
.99 pairs Women's Cable ScreW.Calf Shoes, reduced to $1.25,
150 pairs Ladies' Half Cloth Gaitors, reduced to $1.20. -
PomothDigRnica in ladies' fine go.ods, reduced to $2.25 a pair.. .*This
la.a SPECIAL DRIVE for thirty days only, and can be bought for CASH
ONE HUNDRED Sets of Cups:and Saucors at the astonishing low
price of 25 cents pr set, for the retail. trade only. '.-.1 .' ,
TWE BNTY-FIVE Sets of Cups and Saucers reduced to 50 cents per
r5-Sets of -Platos reduced to 35: cents per set.
100 Sets.of Plates reduced to 50 cents per set.
18 Covered Dishes. reduced to 65 cents.,
Bowls, Pitchers and Baking Dishes.reduced accordingly.
GLASSWARE! GLASSWARE!! GLASSWARE!!!
2t.Sets Banded Goblets reduced to 65 cents per set. Solne odds and
and ends in glass sets and dishes, for half their original value.
.JARS, JARS-Just received one and two quart Cohansey Jars. Get
'ny. prices before.. buy ing elsew here. Wiudow Glass--a special bargains in
i few sizes-putty, etc. T6 arrive next week another lot of t'uware,
theaper than ever, and will be sold accordingiy.
PAINTS, PAINTS-The "Town and Country" Mixed Paint is very
highly recommended, and will be sold at a very closo margin.
IATS, HATS-.-One iu'ndred Straw Hats at and below cost, as I do
aot wailt to carry any of them over.
J. L. MIMNAUGH;
THE LEADER OF LOW PRICES.
M L KINARD.
CLOTHING HOtJSE, COLUMBIA, S, C.
MOST colmiplefe sock of Clothiig in the State. Genils' flrrnishingi 'goodi
and neickwear ill enlesis variely.' Boys' Suits, Youths' Suits and Men'Suits of
the latest styles at fillish, at.prices to suit the times.
.FINE s6's ti'incin and' hoi's. Taylor's celebrated Mackinaw, also
Matill,4-and Webster's braids in all colors; the latest is tle Derbv' Strtiwi
Alpaca-otuts i1 all shadukand AnalitIes. SilkSurges and Alpac't aLnd Linei
and Mohair Dusters ill all styles.
ALL ORDElRS PROMPTLY F1LLE D
MENDELSHN PIANO CO.
WILL MAKE, FOR THE NEXT 60 DAYS ONLY, A GRAND OFFER OF
PI4NJOS ALND ORGANS.
#85O EQUARE GRAND PIANO FOR ONLY $2.45.
SLMagnifcent roswood caso d'egntly fl. ished, 8
Y LE .ejstrinigs, 7,4 Octaves, ftil ).atep t anto' ftigT'aI.
our new patt nt overstrung scalI', balatmifil eirvod leg nn'd l'yfe, heavy erp>entine and
large.fiscy jiotlding roit d ease, full iron *tite, 'lrnIch drand Action, trend1 Hamr
met-rs;jitn fact evry ituprovement.whih ca.1 in any way tend to the perfection of the
instrument, has been added.
N k9Oti prico for nlsts Institnient 1oxed al lelivered on board cars at 2 5.0
New~ Vorht, wmib nl I'i no cobvt!r, stool 113(1 looito, only3 $A.-50
This l'inio will Ije sent on test trial. Phasu sendt reference if you (o ilot send
money with erder. Cash sent with orderfwill be refunded rind fright ihdrges paidI
by us both %ays if Piano is not Rusa ps -rci ted in tilit:advereieut. Thousands
in use. Send lo Citalogiue. 1very ifst-ruren't ftllS -witrran'ted for five vears.
$160 to $400 (with Siwu, Cosge apd Igook). All stritl first
P1IAINL O s class and sold at wholesale factory prices. Theo e'Piaino-i
mde one of tile finest displays at the Centennial Exhibition arid wei-e unanimously
recommended for the HIGHEST IONORS. The squares contain dur Now 1Piitent
Scale, thokreatlet imirove-uent, in the'histor.v of Piano inking. The new patent
Acale Tiri4hits 'are tho fine4t in Aierica. Positively wo inoae tile finekt .Upright
Pianos; of the richesti totle vnd'roatest durability. They aro recomtnended by the
highest-nluysiial autthorilies in th- cohuntry... Ov',r 14,001) in uso, and not one dissatis
tled puirchiser. All Pianos and Organs Acnt on 15 days' .test. trial--1n onT nIEE IV
UNSA'IlSFAO'rOaY Don't full to wrie ud before bi)ying: Poiti, ely we ofYcr tho best,
bargains. Piano Catalogue mailed free. IHandsomo Illustrated nntl Dotcriptivea
Piauo.C4falogue ofi atty lages niiled for six cents stamp' Every I'i-no. fully ,war
ratied for ivo-~j .g
J.13IL EEORGANS K9 1.
'OltIlCN't1AL,"l tyle 90, s the handsomet. tastient and aedtet tobod Parlor Or'gati
ev6r ciffoi'ed tihe hiuskal publie. It, contain: 5 Octaves.5 'eta-ooods, viz.: Melodia,
Celeste, DiaptAson, Sub-.Bahs and Celestiria. Also Fifteei Bilautiul Stops, its follows.
viz*: Melodic, Celeste. (at ohafrinig top,) Diapason, ubith-BUas; Echo, J)ulcet, MelodIia
Porte, Celest(e-lFort.e, Expressioni, Treble-Coup I)ler, Celostina, 'T3ass C ouup)er, Gr. nd
Organ, (whinh throws on the entire power of the instrument,) Right.-KnI Stop atnd
Swol, L'ft Knee -stop i d Gra S) Hel,.. Height 70 in.; Wiftri, 21 in ; Weigl.t'
boxed. 30 lbs.- The car e is of ii lut,.'veneored with choiVe woods. a)(dls of ai.
entirely new and beautiful design, elabotely'- pved,' wins. panels, music closet,
lamp stnis. fretwork. &c., all elegantly finished. PbAsesses all the laafsj .iid best
iuprovemients, w ith great power, 19pth brilliancy and sympathetic quality 'of tone.
Beautiful solo effeeMta and sit 4p 18(n. 1gcizular: YetaIl price $275. Our yhldlesale net
cash prieilo htvo it introdiuted, with stool and book, only $8--as - 6no organ sold
sells others'.- Positively no.4eviation in price. No pay tient requiicd uuil you have!
fully tested the organ in your own honte.'.Weeend all oxgang oi 15 'days test trial
and pay freight b t.h ways if instrument is not as represent'ed, '1osifivoly, our Organs
contain no . "Bogus" sets of Reeds, or "Dummy" stops. as 'do many ethers;. Wo
n ako no misrypresertations, and guarantee honest eland fair dealing, or . no sale.
14ur.0y WAInM.ur for flve years. Other styles $36..-50, $57. $05 $70, $76. $85, oto.
Over 14.000 sold, and every Org.tn has giyen tho fullest i-:iqfstion,. Organ.Catalogue
MAILED FE~ ~~o..OgnCtuou
FACTORY AND 3VAHIE 1OOM8, 57th STREET and 10th AVENUE.
ST I at one-third p'rice. Cataloguo .8f q,0o
. Ur N choice pieces sent for 3o. stap. Thi'
Cafalogu includec nvoAt of thub&opular music gf the day and every variety of musical
compositioh, b.t thu best-.uthors. - -Add-em, -
*MENDELSSOHN PIANO CO., P. 0. Box 2058, Now 'Yo; k City.
Ne SIKEIFFi'S MALE.
rO~d -1 . R ll Y iyrtub of an execution to me dil
rented, I will offier for sal'bfoi'W
u ST5 th1 cottt.-lhouse door inl W1innisoeb~l,'
c S C.6d0 thik first'.Mohidil- Iin' Augut't
L_ Syt I l'ext, within the legal houre'bf salIo, to'
tho:h ughest, bidder, 'fol' cash,' th bI fo
H loW'ti described - to wit:
A 'All that'tract dAIiN It litoJui air 16
tGold Cotinty* S. G ot igoi i1
0,drec) 161d Viwely-t#'(2) icres, a#190t
6B bound'd by an o n Mct0at'eY,
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