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s ,ale in thius lsse.
tidlngs of our Sehool Board I
is opening finely throughout
ls Court adjourned since die on
W. W. Leake has resigned the
of Parish attorney.
juryproceedings will be found
the beautiful original story
A.otU on irst page.
illing tale entitled Story of the
will appear in our next issue.
DW store of Jos. Stern at Squat
(feotof thehill) is rapidly nearing
Froyhan & Co. have received
umaber of cotton waggons proe
or the ginning season.
band forated of the more ju
mbers of our society is in pro
organization- Success to the
Dars stop at Squattersvillo on
at-o.btind trip. Passengers from
viyle will find this a conven
benefit tendered Grace Church
pastime Amateur Dramatic As
Mo Monday evening 30th nilt.,
slie handsome sum of one hundred
dollars or thereabouts.
e acknowledge the compliment at
ds of the polite proprietor of the
Deal Saloon of an invitation to
afish supper on the evening of
last. We regret our inability.to
fellow-townsman Mr. A. T. Gas
been awarded the contract for
the Jail and Court House of
oupeo in repair. Ilis excellent
our jail was the chief instrumen
hich secured him the job.
interesting letter from our N'ew
correspondent Wylet appears on
rth page of this number. It treats
s of interest and in a sprightly
Ve regret that Wylot's temporary
from the city will deprive us of
rs for at least a few weeks. They
wever be promptly resumed upon
atgo-nery White Sulphur Springs
inia is a favorite summer resort
therners. The society there will
d essentially congenial to visitors,
nisiana; besides the scenery, the
of the atmosphere and the ample
urious accommodations provided,
othing of the curative properties
sters, renders it the most desira
e for recreation, and amusement
continent. For particulars read
e again call the attention of plan
d others to the advantages offlered
Hlome Corn Sheller advertised in
r column. It is the cheapest in
nt of the kind, considering the
t of work it performs and the man
which it does it that we have
'n advertisedl. Price only three
, delivered free of charge at any
station, or at any landitfg on the
ippi river. Addril's Edward
)-on 112 & 1 l'oydras St., New
relort of the prooeedings of the
uncii of I:ayou iara published in
mbher of the St:NEt:L. They em
a report of the Finance Commit
ich shows that the debt of the city
a the 4th instant, $1095.07, towaris
g which there is in sight $535.50.
the exhibit, Bayou Sara should be
easy financial condition, it would
by this time next year. The pro
g., also refer to a couple of amend
to the dog law; to all of which we
ur fellow citizen Mr. J. F. Irvine
. L. Harris Esq. of N. 0. have en
on quite an extensive hunting ex
On, having left some days since for
iries of Minnesota. They are pro
with a large suefcleeny of guns,
c., and will make the game howl
they get fairly at them. Our con
of the Owatonna Reviewowill think
trike" has "busted loose" if he hears
guns and amells their powder but
d he be so fortunate as to "meet up'"
them . ill find them clever gentle
in a word-representative South
But we really pity the game.
o0e who have buildings in course
t|i1i04tuld not fail to take advan
of the opportunity of enquiring
the merits of the Aluminous
log Paper, advertised in this issue
ward Thompson 112 & 114 Poydras
W Orleans. This material is much
r than plastering or wall paper,
s an apartuent more comfortable
inte0 4c Summer, makes a hand
fanlsh, and can be applied without
xpense of skilled labor. Owing to
chemicals neused in its preparation,
Mice, Bugs, etc., will not molest it.
are ornamental styles-such as oak
walnut grained -heavily varnished,
h may be cleaned with water if nee
, and are particualarly appropri
or Halls, Saloons etc. Send a pos
stamp for sample,
LIN FEMALE COLLEGE, at Holly
85 Mississippi, is an nstit~ption un
by any of the kind in the
SLocated in a central and healthy
on with a full eqrps of compe
and experiene4 teachers and of
g terms as low or lower than any
I in the country, it offers extraordi
inducements t9 those who wish to
de their daughters with the inesiti
le advntajge of a good education.
IOl CHILD KILLUD BY ANOTB
a. -On Sunday afternoon last,
the plantation of Mr. S. 0. Stir.
line, in this parish, was the scene
of one of those unfortunate and
tragic events whic i are becoming
so frequent of late as the result of
the culpable practice of allowing fire
arms to lie in reach of children, or
of permitting them to be used by
those unfamiliar with their manage
ment or danger, as playthings.
This practice seems to have grown
apace of late, all over the country
Our exchanges from all directions
contain accounts of accidents
attributable to this cause. N.ow
we have an example in our own
parish, one which we trust will at
least have the effect of a salutary
warning, and serve to lessen the
chances for the repetition of such
occurrences in the future.
It appears that about 2 o'clock in
the afternoon of Sunday last, 5th
instant, a colored lad by the name
of Wilson Burch, abol) fifteen
years old, was playing with a num
ber of colored children of about his
own age. He had a pistol in his
hand, one that he had been in the
habit, it seems, of playing with
previously. He had playfully
threatened to shoot several of his
companions, but upon going into
the room of Turner Martin, a col
ored man living on the place, lev
eled the arm at little Henry Green
colored, aged about 11 years, wheo::
a cartridge was exploded. the bale
taking effect in the spinal cord pro
ducing death in the course of a few
The juvenile accused was brought
before Judge Lawrason on prelim
nary examination on Tuesday last,
the evidence elicited being in ac.
cordance with the substance of the
facts as above stated. The pris
oner was held under bond in tht.
sam of one hundred dollars, to ap
pear before the November term of
the District Court.
The pis!ol is a small cartridg,
deringer of such construction as to
completely conceal the cartridge
when orepared for use. A child
would be easily deceived as to it
containing a loaded cartridge.
The weapon is believed to be the
property of Turner Martin.
CUT TIIIS OUT.-IT MAY SAVE Youn
LiFE.-There is no person living but
what suffers more or less with Lung
Diseases, Coughs, or Consumption, yet
some would die rather than pay 75 cents
for a bottle of medicine that would cure
them. DR. A BOSCHEE8S GERMANI SYRUP
has lately been into'duced in this country
from Germany atnu its wonderous cu r
stonish every one that tries it. If you
doubt what we say in print, cut this out
and take it to your Druggist and get a
sample bottle for 10 cents and try it. Two
'loses will relieve you. Regular size 75
MURRAY-In St. Francisville, La., at
2 a. m., Tuesday, August 7, 1877 MICH
AEL M UR RAY, a native of Ireland, agel
about 76 sears.
F RANKLIN FEMAL
Holly Springs Mississippi.
1849...... CHARTERED IN-......1849
Location contral and universally ac
knowledged one of the healthiest in the
South--with full corps of experienced
teachers. Terms moderate. Non-secta
rian. In every respect a Home Institu
tion of the highest order. The 28th an,
unal session will oommenco or Monday, I
the 10th day of September, 1877. For
catalogues and other in formation "address,.
W. CLARK. A. M.
MILLWOOD COLLEGIATE IN
THIS Institution for young ladies, will
re-open with a fall faculty,
SEPTEMBER 17th, 1877.
A hundred and five dollars will cover
all expense of Tuition in English, Board,
For particulars send for circulars,
Miss M, MOCALMONT, Principal,
Mrs. L. V, SCH WING, Prin. in Music.
THE MEDICAL DEPARTMEMT
L OF THE
UNVIV ERSITY OF L 0 UISIANA,
NEW ORLANS, L4.,
Affords unsurpassed Hospital advantages
for the of study Medicine and Surgery, and
for Practical Anatomy.
FEES THE SAME AS OF ALL FI.SlT CL.ASS
Preliminary lectures in the Charity
Hospital begin October 20th. The Reg
ular Session opens November 12th, 1877.
Send for circulars.
T. G. RICHARDSON, M. D. DEAN .
W HITWORTH FEMALE COLLEGE
On New Orleans, Jackson & Great North
ern Railroad, 128.Miles from Now
Will Re-ope September 26th, 1877
Number of Teachers............. 15
Number of Pupils ........ ......223
Number of boardingPupils.......140
Number of Music Classes .,.....190
All the departments organized. Maps,
Charts, and Apparatus in daily use:
Charges are low. Dress must be plain.
No extravagance allowed. Send for cat
alogue. H. F. JOHNSON.
August 4--2m. President.
A Noted Divine says
?2'h are teortl thefr
weight in gold.
READ WHAT HE SAYS:
Da Tuwtw-Dear Sir: For ten years I have been
a martyse to DYspepa,Constpatlon, and Piles. Last
spring your pills were recommended to me ; I used
em (ut with little faith. Iam now a well man,
have ood appetite, digestion perie.t, regular stools,
plies gone, and I have gained forty pounds solid flesh.
They are worth their wea)ht in eold.
Rlv, R. L. SIMSO, isvlleii, IKy.
Turn s PLLUSt Dr. rPutt has been en
TUTTS PILLS ~g;ed n the practice of'
.....C..I . .AD- ort'dicinethlrty ear·e and
OVER SICK I-AD- fr :alonRgtitnewasdemor..
LOBH. .or:ttor .f :aatomy it the
TUTTs PLL ~ dic College of Geoar
SPIL" . hence persons using
Y.I".ill |'is hatvethegu.aln
CURE DYBPEP:SA tee. th:t tlloy ire prepared
t . o. n scilnifec prineciples
*...r...* Th/ n.I are free fprom snte
TUTT'S PILLS lndi:wnie:fn'""sa
CUREOTIPAO I has ncceded in
IO combining in them the
TUTT* S P. LLS hertotore nantagonistic
q alitirs of a es :et ruia
r- u, purcatinr,aud a b r
CURT PILES. ip;a ::'.
m.... l'hecir lirst apparent ofr
TUTTS Pr LS petite P C:L1y the foa1i
SP-- I N to p~rop rly assimilate.
CUw, ID R LIDIE Thus tFhe system is noeLr.
A E. fished, and lv their tonic
Smm .LLS ac:tinon thedigestieCor
II' Ir g t, edarand healthv
Sl- tvactions are|rothtc 1dl.
CUE BILIOU COLIC Thel r:alpidit with which
lTUTTiSr Pt L undtr h w e t ineancc
everyer rti.S of t!hesep ill, r l itselfrin
CURE KIDNEY CO. - ilic itea their adaptability
'LAINT. i s"'Trurish the Iody, and
i h~. l icnc ttiiirctlc:tc y In cur
TUT .'S P ILLS IL nrvosdeliltymcl
=UITT P " iLLB] a-clwly,ldysria psia, wast
CUR TORPID LIVER i of the usces, s
(rVKETOItIDIV Cishcss of the :ivcr.
* (l chronic constipation, :anr.d
impartlng healtl and strengtb to the system. Sold
everywhere. Oifice, 3g %ti ray Street, New York.
TRIUMAPH OF SCIENCE.
WHAT. iS QUEEN'S DEUGHT?
Read the Aknswer
It is a plant that grows In the South, and is spe
cially adapted to the cure of diseases of that climate.
NATURE'S OWN REMEDY,
Entering at once into the blood, expelling all crom
ulous, syphilitic, and rheumatic affections. Alone,
it it a searching alterative, but when combined with
Sarsaparilla, Yellow Dock, asd other herbs, itforms
Dr. Tutt's Saorsatparilla
and Queen's Delight,
The most powerful blood purifier known to medical
science for the care of old ulcers, diseased joints, foul
discharges from the ears and nostrils, abscesses, skin
diseases, dropsy, kidney complaint evil effects of
secret practices, disordered liverand spleen. Its use
strengthens the nervous system. imapmta a fair com
plexion, and builds up the body with
HEALTHY, SOLID FLESH.
an antidote to syphilitic poison it is strongly
recommended. Hundreds o cases of the wort type
have been radically cured by it. Being purely veg
etable its continued mre wilt do no harm, The best
time to take it is daring the summer and fall; andl
instead of debility, headache, fever and ague, you
will enjoy robust health. Sold by all drugggLts.
Price, i.oo. Office, 35 Murray Street, NewYor'.
Received Highest onors cot-,.
ferred at Centennial.
WILLCQoX G GIBBS
o Tradeu M ark.
fMsdstltotaln tists of every meehlne.i
SILENT SEWINC MACHINE.
LATEST ZtI IO!, Ptoduelsp XAEYULOUU3SZSUZI!
Is the only SewIng Machine In the world with
Automatic Tension, and
Automatic Stitch Indicator; is
Always Ready for Work, and Is
Write for Illustrated Price List, &c.
Willcox & Gibbs S. M. Co.,
(Cor. Bond St.) 658 roauldway, w York.
The QOickest, Sureft, Safst, Cheapest and
toest coiLCeient curNe q o s'al, eer dis -
No morn greasy, filthy, evil smelling[
eompounds-no tmore poulticas. potions
ow plasmsa-no more disappointment-NO
Grosvenor's Capsicin Porous Plaster:
cnres a Lame Back, Neck or side in hale
Grosvonor's Capsicin Porous Plaster
cures Rheumatic pains in a single night.
Grosvenor's Capsicin Porous Plaster
banishes every form of pain with the
rapidity of lightning.
Grosvetor's Capsicin Porous Plaster
combines all the advantages of the best
Porous Plaster ever metae, with the won
derful qualities of Capsicin,
It is ti1e great natural remedy for all
kinds of local and atteod patin,
The cheapest medicine In the world.
A single plaster does the work.
GrosvenIor's C:ap)sicin Porons Plaster is
the only genuine. Tatke no other with a
partly similar name. This article cuies;
others imaiy tot. Remember the nanmc
Sold by Druggists at 25 cents, or selt
by mail, postpaid, to any address, on re
ceipt of price. Propairedi only by
J1. M. GROSVENOR, M. D.,
March 17-12t. 22 Park Place, N. Y.
pICARD 4 WEIL,
Bayou Sara, Ln.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealors in
FANCY DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES AND PLANTATION S.P
BEAT'TLT r .°r and
Containing the elementeof music, with
easy and progressive exercises to perfect
the player in the art of music, (either
Piano or Organ) to which is added over
sixty Waltzes. Polkas, Marches, Gallops,
Operatic melodies, Dances, etc., by Dan
iel F. Beatty Washington, N. J., one o
the best works of its kind ever introduc
ed should be in the hands of every Piano
and Organ player. It will be sent post
paid to any part of the united states or
Canada, for only seventy-five cents. Ad
DANIEL F. LIBATTY,
Washing ton, Now Jersey.
HOME CORN S HELLER
Sheils fromn 5 to 10 IBushels per
Removes the corn clean from the cob
without breaking a kernel.
10,000 IN TUSE.
Delivered FaRE of CHARGE at any Ex
press station in the Southern States or
at any landing on the Mississippi River.
IV No sheller sent C. O. D. unless one
dollar is enclosed to pay express charges
in the event that the Sheller is not called
for. A liberal discount to merchants and
Agents by the quantity.
EDWARD THOMPSON, Gen'l Agt.
112 & 114 Poydras st., N. O. La.
Removed to Nos. 112 & 114
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL.
A Substitute for Plastering,
AT HALF THE COST.
The ornamental serves the purpose of ta.
thelae and Wail Papllt e o ~lh d
making a handsome and durale inish.
makes a hboug warmer ih winter and cooler in
summer. Ratso, icee and otMher vrmln will
not touch it.
Paper Oil-Cloth anul Carpeting.
This is finished in beautiful oil-cloth and car
pet designs, and makes an excellent covering
r nors, in lieu .f oil-cloth, matting, tc.,
and is much cheaper tba, either, and equally
as durable, and can be cleaned with water as
required. Samples of thits ape sent
ccomamltion equa to any addiesn, on receipt of postage
aoutainsddress, EDWRD THOMPSOirginia.,
of enrMr.l at ofJ. ac. JORA a. .
F 0 iLrae Sta, Ten ins, Billiards
I'or tdrs St. comf Orleans, Lof guests.
MONTGOMERY W H I T IE
he MSULPHURRINE SPINGS.
REAT roonDUCTIONd IN RAhTES OF
Montgonsery White sulphur
Reduced to $40) per .Month.
Accommnodations feqi to any in the
Mounitaitis of Virginian.
DinProprinetors rool E cr A. Tyler, Dr. A.eiot
of Mr. Gatesd Mrsapt. J. . Airy, water Fow
ii e Liver St B lles, TecMilins, . illi.rd
Croquett, F iColl, unting, INoat Ride
anes rives, i ficct ev cer conveamp andience
for the n streert aNew Orleans.r of guest.
The MARINE BAOLHD of Annapolis, CO.,
No staging-All Railway Travel.
The cars alan guests in Reception
Accomnmodatiolns for 1000
Proprietors refer to E. A. Tyler, Dr. A.
A. ates, Cat. T. L. Airy, Landingter Flow
ers, Jules Blayon, . J. MMillin. , W. 1
BroSkett, Col. A. N. Ogden, or
COL. W. B. GREGG,
Southern Passenger Agent for the Ken
nesw routines, ofice liquorser Camp and
Common streets, New Orleans. L a,,
COLHOUN, & CO.,
ALSO DEALERt I.
AMIILY AiND FANCY GROCERIES
ý R A T In order to elear out our stook of very
superior Gold-plated Jewelry valued at
over $200,000, we will send as below, 20 Pieces, all warranted Gold-plated,
for S1.OO. 1 air Gold Stone Sleeve Buttons; 1 pair Engraved Sleeve
Buttons; 1 set Pointed Studs ; 1 set Amethyst Studs; 1 Wedding Ring; 1 En.
BARGAIN graved Band FingerRing; Amethyst Stone
B.ing, Inlaid with Gold; 1 Elegant Ting
marked "Friendship;" Amethyst Stone Scarf Pin, Inlaid with Gold; I
Silvered Hat Pin; 1 set Ladies' Jet and Gold Pin and Drops; 1 wisses' set Jet
and Gold; 1 Ladies' Jet Set, Ornamented; 1 set Handsome Roasebud Ear
E V E R Drops lents'Elegante George Diamond Stud; 1
Cardinal Bed Bead Nelk!o; 1 pair Ladies' Amethyst
Stone Ear Drops, Inlaid with Gold; 1 Ladies' Ornamented Jet Brooch; 1
Fancy Scarf ing and Elegant Watoh Chaia. TAKE YOUR CHOICE, THE
ENTIRE LOT OF O PIECES, SENT POST PAID FOR 01.00 OR
ANY 8 PIECES YOU CHOOSE FOR €10 CENTS. NOW IS THE TIME
TO MAKE MONEY. THESE CAN EASILY
O F R DBE RETAILED AT $10.00ESL
NOTICES OF THE PRESS.
Oaretemoninrary the Boston GZsk, speaks very highly of both advertiser and Roods, s being
honorable ain is desinL¶. and reliable In his goods, a oommendation we heartlUy endorse.-
SThe house is a thoroughly reliable one In every respet.-Boson I.sobe, Oct. , 1876.
His reputation for honesty, fair dealing, and liberality is unequaled by any advertiser in this
city.-N. . Day =ooU, Dec. 16, 1876.
Advertises more and sells heaper than any man in New York.--ere&d, Apry 13, 17T,.
F. STOQKMAN, 27 Bond Street, N. Y..
RAIL ROAD NOTIC I
From and after this date, until further
notice, the train of oars on the West Fell
elana Rail Rroad will run regularly on
Mondays, Wednesdays, and
leaving Woodville andBayon Sara at the
usual hours. Thanking the people of
Louisiana for their former kindness we
take pleasure in informing them that we
shall carry freight and passengers, espe
cially the former. at prices to suit the
J. BURRUSS McGEHEE,
Pres. W. F. R. R. C.
GRAND SQUARE AND UPRIGHT.
Endorsed by the musical authorities
throughout the world as the THE BEST.
From D. Si. Bodine, Stockton, N. J., af
ter receiving a Five Hundred Dollar
Beatty Piano, says:
"Not only myself and family, but every
one who has seen it is satisfied in regard
to its superior quality."
From B. H. Cormony, Esq., Chambers
"The Beatty Piano came to hand one
week ago, in sound order. It has thus far
given entire satisfaction."
H. Holtsburger, Tryone, Pa., says:
"The Piano came at hand in good or
der and ."proves satisfactory, both in tone
Agents wanted, male or female. Send
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Washington, New Jersey.
BEAT 1' Y PANO
GRAND SQUARE AND UPRIGHT.
From Geo. E. Letcher, firm of Wm H.
Letcher a Bro. Bankers, Fayette, Ohio.
"We received the piano and think it a
very fine toned one out here. Waited a
short time to give it a good test. If you
wish a word ir 'avor of it we will cheer
fully give it."
James R. Brown, Esqr., Edwardsville,
"The Beatty Piano received gives en
tire satisfac tion."
Agents wanted. • Send for catalogue.
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Washington, New Jersey
.4LLEGER, BOWLBY & CO'"T
Surpasses in tone and power any Reed
Organ hcretotbore manufactured in
this country. It has been tested
by many competent judges
GIVES UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION.
By a skillful use of the stops, and of the i
patent knee swell, the music is adapted i
to the human voice, ranging from the
softest flute-like note to a volume of i
Unsurpassed by any Instrumement.
The proprietors have noted carefully
for many years theinperfection and needs
of the reed instruments, and direct their
practical experience to the correction or
such imperfections, and their experiments
resulted in the production of a quality of
tone which assimilates so closely to the
PIPE ORG.IJ.N QU./LITY
That it is difficult to distinguish betyein
the two. This instrument hlasil
THE LATEST IMPROVEMENTS.
And every organ is fully warranted.
Large Oil Polish. Black Walnut
Cases that forms in addition to
a splendid instrument of
./1 Beaut ifd Piece of Furniture.
This organ needs only to be seen to be
appreciated, and is sold at extremely
LOW PRICES FOR CASH.
AGENTS WANTED (Male or female) in
every c8unty in the United States and
Canada. A liberal discount made to
Teachers, Ministers, Churches, Schools,
Lodges, etc., where there is no agent for
the Star Organ. Illustrated catalogue
and price list free. Correspondence so
licifed. Address the manufacturers,
ALLEGER. BO WLBY & CO.,
WASHINGTON, N. J.
H. W. ALLEGER, T. W.. MCMURTRIE.
C. P. BowLnY, EDWARD PLOTTS
November 18th, 1876, 1 year.
I would respectfully beg to call the at
tention of the people of West Feliciana
and adjacent parishes of La. and coun ties
of Miss., that I have constantly on hand,
at my SAW MILL, in Bayou Sara, a
large assortment of lumber, which I am
prepared to sell at Nen Orleans prices. I
will deliver hInmher on the river, as far
doiew Port Hudson.
WILLIAM HOMERC HI.
'IT AILO R,
Near the Sentinel oflice,
St. Francisvillo La.,
Petestcl Jr 15, 83sm
PRIcEs RE CtTeC o $4 60 Pua PAW
3 HIS GIN has been in use feo the ta
. four seasons, and several recent iin.
provements have been added. It obvi
ates all friction at the ends of the eottoi,
box, prevents the toll from breaking
and gives a larger yield of lint from t'
same amount of seed than any otherp'tt
in use. The Revolving Head light1E,
the draft and causes the Gin to run faster
with less driving power, thus doing f.
great deal more work within the dan e
time while economizing steam or anla.l
power than any other Gin. The seed b.
ing ginned very close, the length of t}i'
staple is increased produneing cotton on
this account of a greater market valte
This improved value, given by length ci
staple, with extra production oflint iadded
to increased amount of work done, morm.
than covers the cost of the Gin in every
100 bales ginned. Testimentals seat by
mail on application.
JOS. B. WOLFE, & CO.,
53.....e...Cbrndelet Street...... ...
NEW OELEANs LA.
PICARD & WEIL, Agents.
(June23--6m.) Bayou Sara, La.
So heartless and unconcerned As to stand
silently gazing upon a dying wife and
daughter without an effort to save them
is guilty of the severest condemnation.
It isa conceded fact that a truly won
derful combinuation: a boon to all suffer
ing females; a never-failing femsle rega
lator; a powerful uterine tonic is. anow of
fered, that will at once remove all unsat
rcral monthly obstructions and derange
ments, snch as painful, suppressed, ob=
structed, profuse or irregular menstrua
tion, it will speedily establish nature in
noung girls who are feeble, and develop
ing slowly; and will cure a disease that
Wife and daughter. It immediatelyeurrs
Hysterics, sick headache, pains in side%
back and loins, chlorosis or Green sick
ness, annemiadebility, nervousness,pallii
bation swimming and giddiness of the
bead, cold feet and hands, sterility, u
barrenness, loss of memory, leles
Hess, and as a general Tonic
improving the appetite, aiding diges
tion and keeping the liver .and bowels
In a proper condition, it has no equal
Husbands are informed that
HIS WIFE & DAUGHTER
Can be cured of all chronic domplaintte,
such af Lenceorhoea or Whites, uloeeatior
of the womb, falling of the womb, -san
monthly troubles, and.it imparts color 't.
the p c,adds strength to the weak an*
feible, and can be used at all a-ges ani
under all erumstances
It is known as Dr. Dromgoele's Eaglis
FemaleBitters, and thousands of first
class encomiums, have been assedi
upon its peculiar efficacy, fnm all se-
tions. Put up in large bottles, and has
been reduced in price to $1.00 or 6 for
$5.00. Sold [by dtggists and dealor.
everywhere, on expressed or receipt oi
Dt. J.P. DROCMGOOLE. & CO.,
The judges unanimously recom
GRAND, SQUARE, AND UPRIGHT
PIANOS FOR THE
DIplonaa of Honor and Medal
of Hier it.
Prices below Competition
FOR STRICTLY FrRST-CLASS INSTROl*
$600 PIANOS FOR $250.
And all other styles in the same pro
portion, sold direct to the pcolpc at f.cto.
No Commissions to Agents.
No DiscoUnts to Teachers.
ho6 Deviation in Price
The NMnelelssolhu Pianos
are the only ones which are sold direct
to the people ht factory prices, and thi
only low plriced Pianos which have re
ceived the endorsement of ashy bi
authority, subh as the J.dges at tl.
Great Centennial. They eonthan evekS
improvement adopted by the latt Iakern
besides valuable patents and Improve
moents never before introduced. They
are nmatchless in tone, Purest in qualituy,
Finest in tiuish, most durable inm hl.
Cheapest in price. Mathushek's etr
Patent duplex overstrung scale is the
greatest advance in the history of Piano
making, producing the most iteniskes.
power, and richsess of tone, ahd a ssitabk
ing quality w*eror before at~ineod, being a
"GRAND PIANO IN A SQUARE CASE."
The Mendelssohn Uprights are the gn
est in America. Tlhey are pronounced
the "Pianos of the Future."
Manufactory :& Warerooms: Nos. 490
492, 4094, 40096 & 498 West 57th St,, Non.
B58, 860, 862, 864, 868 & 870 10th Ave.
Pianos sent on trial. Illustrated an
descriptive Catalogue inaled free.
MIENDEI4SSOHnI PIANO CO,
No 56 Bsondway, N. Y.