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MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAMi
CF LYUN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
The I'nilHv" f'nrw
For all Female Complaints.
ThU prratln, M lt nama nlKnlnoa, CoiuliU of
VaajoUble I'ropertloa tint are Larnikw lo th Moat del-p-alai
Invalid, t'pon one trUJ tlia nrlt of thla Com
aouod will be reKiil-il,aji relief U lmmdlat and
li'.u IU L.ala continued. In nliu-ty nlna ce. In a hull.
dfd,aKrma.V!nt,uivUHrurUl,iwtliiH(iiuiila will u-t-tlf
J. On aeenunt of It. proven merit. It la t'xltf r
tomimndH iu) preeerllied by the beat phjulelana In
It will fw entirely the wnint form of falling
of ttia ntenia, U-ueot r hoa, Irrrtfiilar and painful
Heiutruatlou, all Ovarian Trouble, Inflammation and
t'learatlon, flooding!, all MapUm-iia-nta ajul tlia con-l-uant
aplnal vitaknoaa.and la rapeclaUf adited la
th Cuanira of Life. It will dlwolm aid "l tumnri
from the utrualnan early iUmt of di'Velnjmi-nt. Tha
trnd.wy to raruwrou humor Uiero U chocked v.rj
HKodlJjr by IU aw,
In fart It Km proved to b th BTrt
it and boat rnw1y Uiat haa aver len diKornr
ad. It psnwatoe every portion of thaayatem, and girm
Daw Ufeaad rlor. It rwnorn faliitnN,riatulrn-y, da
troyi all craving for ethoulanU, and relieve wraknMf
f th itomarb
r- eurea moating, nnaAachea, Krrvmui Pre rat I on,
OcMral Debility, Slcepleaaneaa, t pr. i in and 1ml I
roatlon. Tliat fwlliig of b arttK down, emuUig pain,
weight aod barkache, to alwaya nnaiuntly curtd by
lUttM. It irtllalaU Uinta, and under all cliruniatAn
cat, art In hartuouy with tU law tut govcrna tb
ForKMnt-yOoniplaUiUof rlth-r vi tlua r-.rniioond
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
li pnpaj-Kl at ta and tM Wnrti-rn A-nu'. I.ynn. Mam.
mr: 00. Hlx boltda for f, ( & nl by nuul In Ilia
foria of pill, alaoln tl form of ri Ttt.'1-N. on rw-!;'t
of price, (1.00. per bof, for tltli-r. Mm I'lViili.tM
freely KUen all If. trim of Iri'juiry. K- ml for m
phlffL Addrwaaaiura M'nti" thu yirr.
.Vo family lKaildl!withoUi I.VD1A K. I'lNKIlAM'
LIVZHniJJS. Tln-y rare ('. inaiti..n. MUuuai
and TorwditT of tl Uver. a vu( l r li.
KICHAUDSON & CO., St. Louis. Mo.
W'!io!.a,. -)Miia f,,r I.YDIA E. I'l N KJIAM
LYDIA K. riNKlIAMS COMI'OL'NK
SiM l.v I'.AUC'LA V r.UOTIIKKS.
NS. 17 Stniia Ti .'t
Ton iii; liif'lf. omv
lr-ra lnifl t. livaiu.
BOLD MEOAl AWARDED
ri Work, wmtuiUm! t tin tmiit ni
m-n,riitttltMi "thiicitir.rof l.ifo
ttr,N.( i'rwrtatb'n Ixtund in
tiuHft Kr.hch ciituiifi, nitMwi.
full MiltJuu pT.ntirui t'Mitifui
ftwl viurftvinjirii, prwup.
t)fn, Jirn du.jf nL l-)r
DiaVtl; iluKtrfttliMiTti;il, f(-nt ;
LIUn lUlOLLl.Kt'H. lluJImcii.L. ltoix.
PATKNT HKIHT-Sl lTOKTIfJ
havphftt'.oma tha faror.
tM i.f ih.ua! cAitnbin,
in com fart and hralU
mlU al-anra of form to
ramarkaMa dnma, and
an hivn'V rtuitmrtt if
nbtaiciana. Tht rmviTwl
tba HiKhwt Awanl at ttia
( Vntennial Mtxiaiii'm
l'nto ajLUIand uiiwards 1
I.adv f 'nnvaaai-nt Wanlrd '
lu re. Th-i corai ta ara not aild t int-rchant.
KicIuaiyairmloryaiTHn. Ax"M niktthia Ivrma-
nant and Pnl:iablx buaina. tnd Ict t-rma to Miuv.
(iltieWoLD A ('., iJ.i ilnwlway, N. V ,r to lifnaral
WMt-rn Aannia, .1 H. M )mi ,t Co lf,!ouu, K.i .,
J 11. 1'uUiaiii, Ijohutoblrcol, l- Oi'.a-", 111-
A GRAND COM MINATK N F
JJLOOl). i;itIN AND
Ma'.l UltliT. (IitIvi- thi-ir l.-rfu) l.if'-nilli.-
liiii iroiurlii' from MALT, ilw.r lui.'liiiu' ami
Mfcp-rromotln;; I nlliK-nci- fr 'in I i i'j . I h I r crmul
Tonic anil Kevi-r Kxp-llinu' 1'ow.t- fro n (' M.IS A
YA. and lliflr HIim. Noiiri-lilni.' 1 r 1 1 fnn,
IKON, winch nrf fniir of ilic cr' iil'"' lllimil Pro
duriT" .mil 1-if'-i ri-itini! i-lomciit i vi r miitnl In
om? lut'illciiie For HoIhhIi' 1iii1i". Nnri-tii:;
MottiiT. nil Slrkly t'lii, (Iron, Mult Hitter k-mi-iiri'iii"
MALT HITTKliS (.'UMI'ANY, llnrton, Muhc.
Any piTFun In be rlouxly 111 without a wnik
ctiniach or linictlvc liver nr kiiini')? Ami wlicn
lliuae iiremix uru In i;nd condition do you nut ilnl
thlr pufnt'i'i'or i-njuyini! u' I hnilth!' I'urkir'n
(ilnnur Tonic alwnvn r'culin thrac liniiortimt nr
KaiiH, anil DuviT Inilf to tunkt; tlir lilnoil rich anil
tniri'. BHil to iitrcUKlhen ovcrv part of tho ayMi'm,
It hue cured hiiyilroila of (Icr-iminn timilliU. Aak
your uulKhlior about It.
A tfa-VTVPS -To S','1-L thu Mont Vnltt
WAN TJOJJ blc Slui-le Volumu ever public'd
A U'nm.n of Kniiwi kdoB. collucti'd tiiLM'thcr In
One Volume. cnntKluliin ovur ," 1(kiiiiksi 'kh to
the uuist liuimrtant innttcri oi iiiiitchi uihio worm
ti.u moiit lni,.r,'iliitr iiiiii it M. rn I book ever com
IilU'd, covurlnif alinuwt tlio entire tlcl'l of l.t'iirnltiL'-
A l.,,rn liiiliitunnio nrtavn volllinn. M.r llHLO'ff. liril'
fiiacly tlltitrntuil.-I'rlre, JIN). Jnct nuhllf IhmI,
huiI now In It uvontt'uiith t'llltloti. Tiik only
hook oriTKKtNti. Suro nucccua to every Atfent
uhntnlfi.a It Sold onlv bv mlooTliitlon,
Tlum.! winhlnii to liucomu Acciiih, ttililrcnn for
Deacrlntlve Clrcttlitrs and extra tcrtna.
O. W.CAKLETON A CO., 1'uhllnlHTH, N.Y.CIty
"LiOUNDUY, MACHINE SHOP AND
1 STEAM FORCE.
Vulcan Iron Wokks
!) OHIO LEVEE. CAIItO. IMS.
BAMAHD & IIENNIE
TTAVIVO uatabllahed worka at tho ahnvomnn
XI tinned place are hotter prepared than ever fof
mantifucturlni; Hteam KtiKlnu and Mill Mnc.hlnnrv.
Having a Steam Hammer and ample Toola, the
manufacture of all kind of Machinery, ltallroad,
DtOBUOHai ana JirillKU rmaniK. i..uu i. apua:iaiiy,
Kapeclnl attention given to repalra of Eii(lnei and
Braan CaatltiK of all kind made to ordul
ripe Klttlug In all IU brauchua.
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To refuliir ailvertUera we offer inperlor Induce
in .'hi, both r lo ratei of chargei and manner of
d aplaylni.' their favorf.
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ri-.t. where adverilaiuK contract may be made
1 r II In New York.
Communication upon ubJcctof i;erieral lntereat
lo the public are at all time acceptable. Rejected
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Let'et ami communication ahould he addrened
"E. A llurnett Cairo Illltiol "
One liiiiulrcil :ml thirty-two VP-isels
wcfi' litli't ill tllf ship-utrdl of New
;uiuiil:tri(l ln-t yi'itr, ini-it'iiriii an
o-i-i'niif of I. '.''.it ton., ami rt'feivin a
iou niy if ?1 fi-iiin the government.
An iiMTi'ii-i" nf i'i; jut cent, in its gm
liill.i lins i ii 1 1 1 one nf the large stcani-
. I - J coillpMiiei ill Ni'W York bo IHO till)
cli'i tiie I i 1 1 1 in ligliting Its pier, uml
it! -i in tin; holes while loading and dis
charging. The .-ji'li industries of tlm I'nited
Stall t la.it war gave oniploviiniiit to
KM operatives, who ero paid an
ngu'i'traie of z'.l'l,'2!'i in wages. Cen
hiis ollire returns hliow that the total
value of lini-hed silk goods produced in
this country during tho year was nearly
.,Ci. ooo.oini, and the capital invested
lj 1 !V Hl.l I'.HI,
Alxnit the lieginning of August tho
HevciiMi liietinial International Medical
Congress will he held in Innlon. The
la-t iiieetiiig took place In Amsterdam
in WJ. Of the -I . J invitations lately
iMied, it is expected that at least :',()
will he accepted, and the papers to bo
lead are likeiy to exercise a very con
hid rahln iniliieiici) on the various
branches of medical science and prac
tic. Ward A. Kno, formerly of Compa
ny D. First Maine Heavy Artillery, has
ju.'l received a pension of $1 '1 a month
on account of almost total blindness
duo to the pivssiim of air produced by
a camion ball which passed close to his
face during the battle in front of l'eters
biiig. The te-tiuiony to tho injury and
the cause of it is peiicctly sali-factory,
though the cice is very rare and pos
Mr. Jerrv M. Snyder, of Bedford,
l'a., died rcceiiily. Mr. Snyder was
mi undertaker, l.ast mi miner ho had a
presentiment that he w:us going to die,
and located his grave and gavo direc
tions how it should be dug. He alo
made his own coll'm and box, after set
ting into the former so its to make stiro
that itn proportions .sin mid be accurate.
He was found dead .silting in his chair,
The plan which ex-Oov. Hubbard, of
Connecticut, instituted, of requesting
the leihituiH to adjourn for one week
just before its linal Adjournment, in
order that he might have time thorough
ly to examine- thu great number of bills
pa i S'-il ill the closing hours of tho ses
sion, met with much favor in that state,
mid it is said that (lov. lliglow will
make a similar reipiest.
The French legation at Mexico in
cludes a mini-ter with 16,ihio, a chan
cellor with .J,ihi, and two secretaries
with - t h.i and . 1 , h ). The consuls
at Vera Crux, and Tampico have $0,000
each and their chancellors $l,2u0, a
-t,oi) clerk being also attached to the
former consulate. Tho Mexican mis
sion is classed with those to "Brazil and
the 1'niicd Slates, and conies just after
that to Italy, to which is attached a sal
ary of r-'LVHiii, and before that to
The recent carnival at Home produced
an unusual number of unfortunates re
sults, owing to tho exuberance of
licensed jolliiy. An English woman re
ceived a black eye from a solid bunch
of (lowers; a (ici'tnun baron, in a fretuy
of rage at the bouiiiet-thrower.s, rushed
itt bis assailants Willi a big stick, and
an infantry sergeant killed a hoy whom
he suspected of soiuo deviltry or other.
It used to bo said that the pollings of
llowcrs mid eoiipeUt never raised a
Travelers in Egypt arc surprised at
Ihe largo amount of ophthalmia and
blindness prevalent among the inhab
itants. Want of cleanliness islho cause
An Egyptian mother, under tho inllu
ence of a widely prevalent superstition,
does not wa-h her child's eyes until
eight days after birlh. l?y that time
the oigaii is frequently ruined. Tho
teachers in the American and British
mission schools of Cairo say lliat Egyp
tian mothers become invariably angry
when urged to wash tho eyes of their
newly born infants, mid can randy be
persuaded to comply with a ivijnesl of
Given up by Doctors.
"Is it possible that Mr. Godfrey is up
and at work, and cured by ho simple a
"I assure you it is true that ho Is entirely
cured, and with nothing but Hop Bitters;
and only ten dnys ago his doctors guvo him
up and said lie must diel"
"Wcll-a-divy ! That iu remarkable! I
will go this day and got some for my poor
(leorgo-I know Imps are good." Hulcm
Canceu. No knife. No Pain. No
Sickness. No Fearful Treatment. Treat
mont is free, (lo or lend to Dr. Kline, GUI
Arch St., IMiilmlfl, l'a.
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL
Mistook the Sieual.
A woll-knowu engineer on the Union
Pacific, who has a slight impediment in
Ills speech, had an interview a few days
since with his division Htiijeriutenileiit,
tho nature of which gradually leaked
out and beenmo a source of consider
able fun for the-boys. Tho story goes
that on a recent run his engine had 11
collision with a cow, resulting disas
trously to tho animal in question. By
a rule of thu railroad company such ac
cidents must be reportod by the engi
neer and conductor in writing, and for
some reason the engineer forgot bin
duty on tho occasion, until ho was sum
moned before the railroad magnate for
"Mr. ," said tho superintendent,
'how is it that you failed to report tho
killing of u cow on your run, of such a
"I d-d-d-don't remember any s-s-such
accident," replied the knight of tho
footboard, scratching his head thought
fully. "Well; you certainly must have killed
a cow on that run, for it was reported
in duo form by the conductor," insisted
"N-11-n-no, I d-d-d-didu't," said tho
"Now. I e-ki-ki-ean't remeni-m-m-m-iiiember
ki-ki-killiug any c-ocow. I
d-d-d-do remember stri-stri-striking
one, b-b-but I looked out of thu wi-wi-wiudow
and s-s-saw her lying on lior
b-b-back, by the side of the lia-a-ck,
moving her feet (motioning with bis
hands) logo ahead, and I to-to-took it
to mean that she w-w-was all right."
He was warned not to be too sure of
such signals in the future.
The city of Mexico is well guarded by
police-four to every block -that is to
say, one on every corner. 'They are
dressed in blue, with caps covered with
white covering, which conies down over
the shoulders. In addition to their bat
on they are armed with H revolver, and
at night they carry a lantern, which
they set down in the middle of Jthe
streets to show that they are on their
posts. At night, looking up the street,
with tin; bouses glistening in the
moonlight, Ihe long line of lan'erns in
the center presents the appearance of
the footlights of the stage of some im
Iord licaeoiislieM ina lo an amusing
mistake recently as, buried in thought,
he entered the Hoii-e of Lords. He ab
straetedly .-trolled up the Ministerial
bench, mid was about to take bis old
seat as leader of the House, when ho
recognized Earl (iranville already in
possession. He immediately retired and
skirting the table took the scat oppo
site. The mistake created great mer
riment, Lord Beacon.s.'ield himself
heartily joining in the laughter.
m) a a
Butter is said to be the best medi
cine for acia-s of nerve diseases, beiiig
almost chemically identical with healthy
nerve tissue. This being the case, bo
gus butter, beside being an abomina
tion on other grounds, might come un
der the iiead of "adulterated drugs.1'
Jioxtoii Il mlil.
Tho official head of all the dervishes
in Egypt bits issued an order forbid
ding devotees to cut and slash them
selves with i-words and knives, to boat
themselves with great balls of iron,
and linally, to howl themselves into ep
ileptic lits on fete days. n, also com
mands them not to cat .snakes, swallow
burning coals, or crunch glass.
The novel sight of a big Indian car
rying a pappoose was seen in Virginia
City the other day. The snoot ators
wore beginning to express their sur
prise, wTion his squaw came wearily
around the coiii.t, bonding under the
weight of two sacks of flour, that ex
plained the situation. It was a good
illustration of Smau B.'s lecture. "The
Hon. Hubert M. Cutter, a member of
the Legislative Council of Nova Scotia,
is one of the veterans, being now in his
D7th year. He traveled nearly '.'oo miles
to reach the Legislative Chamber. He
was a member of the House of Assem
bly sixty-two years ago, and has been
forty-three years a member of the Leg
A pood many people will bo pleased
to learn from the Aliunrv that "all the
men who get up early are poor aud un
known. No man gets up with the lark
unless his necessities compel him to do
so. The great, the rich, and tho good
lie abed iu tho morning" and their
neighbors don't lose their nxes ami
Dultith, that city of the usalted seas,
which furnished the only occasion for
Proctor Knott's fame, has lapsed from
the proud state of citvhood to a prosaic
village. In short, Dtiluth has found
itselfunable. as a oily, to pay its cor
poration debts, and surrendered its
charter and taken a back seal as a vil
lage, leaving its loo confiding bond
holders in thu lurch.
A whito pine tree of remarkable di
mensions was foiled recently al Crys
tal Spring, Y11I09 county, N. Y. The
tree was perfectly sound and vigorous,
thirteen feet in 'circumference at tho
ground, and nearly 200 feel in height.
Tho "rings11 011 its stump indicate an
age of alo years
that 4.CHK) feet of
and it Is estimated
lumber will bo cut
from its trunk.
Tho silk industries of the United
States last year gave employment to
81, 1 10 operatives, who were paid an ag
gregate of JlM07,8a5 in wages. Census
Ollico returns show that the total value
of finished silk goods produced in this
country during tho year was nearly
$:,;,(IOO,000 and tho capital invested
Tho weavers of Bohemia aro in great
destitution. In Upper Silesia, Prussia,
there is imnrovemont in tho iinpovHr
ished condition of tho peasantry. Their
situation is summed up thus: "No
grain, no potatoes, no food for cattle,
no seed for sowing. Snow and cold
without, lningor and sickness within."
Soup houses ami publlo kitchens have
been startod in seventeen villages.
Tho Massachusetts Supremo Court
has decided that a country surgeon is
not bound to tho exercise of that high
degreo of art and skill possessed by cm
inout surgeons in largo cities, and mak
ing a specialty of the practico of sur
gery, but duly to that roasonablo do
grooof loarnln, art and skill ordinari
ly possossod by others of his profession,
having regard to the advanced state of
the sole nee. , ,a
At the Matinee.
Pretty! She wits u Ktiinnor, I should suyl
Thi' (fill I hilt beslile, Unit uiatlnee.
I did not iinie her when I first went In;
Hat when to state at hid she did beifln,
I looked nt her by Jove her eye were bright,
Ki liiifed with li.ii, silken lashes black hs nlirut.
Hod checks uml cherry lips. And then ber look
Whs so pliiiunt, my heart by storm hIio took,
hhu had 1111 escort, but she didn't socm
Him worthy of it single lu.k to deem.
Whene'er I looked 11 1 her 1 cHUht tho Hush
Of her bright eyes. I felt I'd uiitde a mush.
1 pliuieed ut her whenever 1 could Sou
lier escort's watchful kuw was riot 1111 me;
And she often did return my iflunco
I wished to sH'iik. At lust I hud a chance.
An entr'acte ciune. Her escort started out,
And I bikini by 11-kliiK us in doubt:
"Pardon me, diit you speak?" i-ho answered
Hut I've been fceliii; like so dolnjr, though."
Joy filled me! hlie went on: "1'leHse keep your
1 iff my dress!" Oh, Lord! I chiiimed my sent.
Poverty of the Blood.
If the blood be thin and watery the
whole system is iniproverished. The flesh
is flabby, the muscles lack hardness, the
ticivcs are relaxed, the internal organs but
imperfectly perform their functions, the
bruin is inert, and, in short, the entire
body is only half alive. The stomach is
mainly responsible lor this wretched con
dition of the human machine. Stimulate
and tone that organ with Hontetter's
Stomach Bitters, snd a marked change for
the better will soon be apparent. The re
sult of iinnrovintr the digestion with this
potent and genial tonic will be the conver
sion of the food into rich, pure blood, and
as the blood is the raw material from which
tle.-h, muscle, brain, done and every mem
brane, tissue and ligament of tho body are
manufactured, all these components of the
material frame will be gradually regene
rated Htid invigorated. This is sound
doctrine, and is sustained by the logic of
Every man feels better when the posses
sor of a tine picture, particularly if its on
the back of a hundred dollar note, and
every man feels better taking Spring Blos
som, sure cure for Liver, Kidney and Blad
der complaints. Prices: $1, 50 cents,
ami trial bottles 10 cents.
Stop That Cough.
If you are suffering with a cough, bold,
Bsthma, bronchitis, hay fever, consumption,
loss of voice, tickling iu the throat, or any
affection of the throat or lungs, use Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption.
This is the great remedy that is causing so
n.uch excitement by its wonderful cures,
curing thousands of hopeless cases. Over
one million bottles of Dr. King's New Dis
covery have been used within the last year,
and have given perfect satisfaction in every
instance. We can unhesitatingly say that
this is really the only sure cure for throat
and lung affections, and can cheerfully
recommend it to all. Call nud get a trial
bottle free of cost, or a regular size for $1.
Kor sale bv George E. O'Hara, Druggist,
Cairo, 111." (3)
A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. iSoglect frequently re
sults 111 uu Incurable Lung disease or Con
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief m
Asthma. Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among tho few staple
remedies of tho age. Sold at 25 cents a
At 1'lnl Howard's old stand,
rpiii: lsfcsTorntKsn meatoh a'l kinds
i alnny on band In lame i iianlitle, and aup
til ifd to HteaiulioatK ut all hour. Johu (.hide, well
knwwn to river men. w ill be found aboard all boute
to take orders for meat.
rtOLUMBUS, HICKMAN, NEW MAD-
BID Axil) TIPTON VI LLE.
M. J. TURNER, Master.
J. K. MUSE, Clerk.
Leave Cairo everv Tuesday and Friday for tho
above points. For freluht or paaee applv to
lifllce. ror. Mxtli and Ohio Levee.
QA1RO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE -WFTl STATES.
On and after Monday, Jane Tth, and until lurther
notice thefcrryboat will make trips a follow;
LEATIft LIAVXS I.IAVES
Fot Fourth t, MUaoart Land R. Kentucky Ld'R.
8:00 a. m.
18 :00 a. m.
4:00 p. m.
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9 a. m.
11 a. m.
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WoiiTii Its Wekuit in Gold.
flVPV IT WIIKX ALL
IT WHEN ALL OTHER REMEDIES' FAIL
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1 VOll DIPHTHERIA AND CROUP 1
IT FOR DIPHTHERIA AND CROUP
It NEVER FAILS to
Sold hy all Druists.
Go to PAUL G. SC1I I'll, Druggist,
Dyes. For brightness and durability
pounds, price lo cents.
THOMAS' ECLECTRIC OIL
Used and approved by the leading PHYSI
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
The most Valuable
SEW DISEASES, EHEUMATISM,
CATABKH, HEMORRHOIDS, Etc. Also for
. Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Croup
WTry them. 25 and 50 cent lizei
CBAXD yi F.DAL AT THE PHILADlXPIII.l KXPOMTIOK.I ,
felLTKU JIEDAL AT Till. PAUIS EXPOSITION. COLGATE &C0..N.Y.
V ASKL I ZlSTH SOLD BY BARCLAY BROTHERS
FoAnle by C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
THREE TOOLS COMBINED FOR $5.00
CHENEY ANVIL & VISE CO.,
THE Jfi(jUlTAJ5LlU L1JU
n i w w ' -a-i i mr rai
Assuraiice Society of the United States.
I'jO UKOADWAY NEW YOltlC
W. N. CRAING, Goneral Manajjer for Illinois, Town, Xebmska, Hud tlie
Territories, 10 Dearboru Street, ChiYaffo.
IS. A.. BTJUNISTT, Agent,
toner Twelfth St., aud Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois.
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PRICE 50 cents mid $1.00..
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Frecmans' New National
of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
sold by BARCLAY BROTHERS
Article from pur
Vaseline aurh a
Vaseline Cold Cream,
vaseline Camphor Ice.
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
ara aapanar ta any tutuar aaaa
and Diphtheria, etc
An agreeable form, of tak
ing Vaseline internally.
2S nvrn a TtnT
of all our goods.
An Anvil with fai e ,TxS Who, chill-hardened and
pi'liched; a parallel Vino with 4-ineh ateel fared Jaw that
open 7 lurhe: and an Ailjuliib!e Y'le that will hold ar
ticle whohe ld are not parallel, a bown Iu cut. It l
Ihe Farmer anil House -holder' Friend, lurrilnhlnx, con
venience for doliii; lota of odd Job that coat time aud
moiiev to hire done. Sold bv nil leading wholeaalo
lioue. and by retailer of Hardware or Agricultural Im
plement, but if voiir it 'tiler liaa not yet i;ot them In
stock, we h i 11 aeud one freluhl paid on receipt of price.
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