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MRS. LYDIA E. PIMKHAMi
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PIN KH AIM'S
Thn PnIHvo fnrn
For all Femalo Complaints.
Thl proMirntlon, aa Ita nam al(rnlfli, eonalrta of
VsifBUbte lramrUM that are banil.a to the must del
tratalnraUd. Upon one trlml tlx merit of thl Com
pound win be ri)w(fiil"l, Mruliof la ImmortUUe ( and
whf n Ita uw la contlmiwl, In niiwty nine caaes In a nun.
dred, apermaihtrun,Ue(riHidthouandi will u-a-tlfy.
On areount of lu proven morltt, It la to-day tn
oouimendwl and pwribed by the bert phrakiaua In
It will cum entirely the wotut form of falling
of tbe utcnn, Uucorrhon, lrrtjfular and painful
Uuiutniatlon.allOrarlanTroaUHa, InSiunmmion and
t'lreratlon. Flooding., all Ilaplaocmentj and tbe con.
wiuent ipinal weaknma, and la eapeciallr alaptwl to
the Chan- of life. It will dlMoUe and eipl tumora
from Die utorualn an early metre of UfTi'luiinwnt. Th
tendency to canceroua humor, there U checked very
ipredlly Ly lu aw.
in fart It baa prorM to he tbe (Treat
wt and beet remedy ttiat baa erirr been dlacuvor
d. It permeate eTrry portion of th ej"itm. and glf e
new Uf eand vigor. It remotes falnt.iieu.fUtu It ory, de
stroy. allrrarlnK for ntluiulanU, and relieve a weaanpai
f the itonuu-h
rk cure Moating, ndarbM, Xerrmia I'rottratVm,
OeneralDebUlty.BUplwnMn, Depnmlon and Indl
tuition. That feeling of Inuring down, caueuig pain,
eight and backache, le alwaye permanently cured by
IU uk. It will at all tlines, and under ill rlmimnUn .
ewe, ai-t In harmony with too law turn govern, tbe
For Kidney Conplalnu of eltbrr m-x tlile roinpound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
l pre(red at V3 and Weoum Arenue , Lynn, Muu.
IYlrl ). Sn Uxtitm t or $.'..0). fent by mail In tl.e
form of pilbi, aleotn tbe form of hm toMt, on rerelj
of price, 1.00, per boi, for eltb. r. llrv MNaIUM
frrtlyannreraallKureof Inquiry. 8-nd fur Iun
pblet Adilmee an above if. i. th It ii;rr.
ha family ebouM be without LVDIA E. FINKHAM'
UVrjlU'IUJi. Ttu-y pure Ciifitl!tion, I:jiouii
and Tornldlt y of the lJt r i vi,u t-r Uji.
KICIIAHDSON &, CO., .St. Louis, Mo.
WtioK-.nie -,Miie for LYDIA E. IMNK1I AM'S
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S COMPOUND
Sold ly iSAItCLAY I5U0TIIKP.S.
N .t AIiVKKTbKM KNTS,
15 E ATT
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OlD MEDAl AWARDED
kJ WorLwarTntl t f mA ri
Chnwt, ITtdiVlrxDKal.f lit -ry
fij&n.ffitJLa! "tit Ktrirtif Lit
ftrt lrncli rnanhn, Miitruvl
full jpll.3lpt.cfH)Uirui AUtitt'l
Atnl nrranrifi, Ijft prwrnp
tinnA, vru n on. i ni y
tt.Bil iliik&f ralu.4 u C - .
irmm ffrrrrrnnT n i i , i . vl- h i, a '
KKR.hu 4 liaitinci. nt, li U'rL
he lrome the fror
lie of the iufe : oombin.
Ir.tcom'irt and fontth
w u n el'ctnea ol lurnx to
a rumarktbla decrf, and
am hithlu rn.l..rvij lr
.i. ciAna. Tbey reenred
the limheat Award at lh
I nee I. lit anil opwuda
I.ndy nnvnM-r Wanted
OTerywbere, The, mm'U are not aotd Vo iiierchanta.
KiclaaiTe territory inwn. Agente mnkelhua I'crma-
nnt and I'n'litAble htiMinek. Send lor terme t Mmn.
r.HiawuLli !., llr.'.wn, N, Y ,or to lirnerat
n with A(n'a, ,i n yKant ;.. rrt' lonii, n.l!.,
J. li. l'utnam, Ui )Ute KirveL, (;bicago, 111.
A Ul.AND COMBINATION nF
I5I.OOD, P.UAIN AND
Malt Illlti-ra d. rlvp tticlr wnndi rful l.ifr "iintniM
iroiMTtii'K from MAM. (tn-ir tintiinr nnd
Ski'li rromotln.' Iniltu inu fr mi Hi tl'n.ili.-lr jrand
Toulc and Ki-vr Kxpi'llinir l'owri fro n r 1. 1 s A -YA.
ami their Won,, Nimrn-hlli i I'rinrlpli-e froiii
IHUN. w liii )i rr four of the frt'iitoH ll.ond 1'rn
Iucith .mil l.irc-i'ri'iitiiii! I'lrim tif-i I'm r tinliinl In
ntjc niiilicliin Kor tMlmlii Kemalf". Nurelut;
Miitln ri, and Sickly Clii.drcn, Malt HilU ra nrc mi
tirciiK". Sold i'v n ivhi'H1.
.MAI.T Itin KliS i'I'MPANY, Hilton, Mae.
AnvpiT'milo be rloncly 111 without h weak
rtuinki'b or Innolivu liver or klrlm-yo r And wIhmi
tlu'ec orfstin an.' In iruod rnnd'tlon do you not llnd
tlii'lr pont!Kor t'tijuyini! ircmil hiniltliT I'tirki'r'n
tilnner Tonic alwava rcgulittt'e tlu-n tniportiiiit or
Kn, nnd ni'Vi'r 1IIk to tuuke tin-lilood rich hihI
inirt'. nMil to tn'iii;tlin i-viiry purt of the nvult-m,
II him rurcil hutidri'ila of itcujiuin lij; luvulliln'. Ak
your tirljjlilmr aliout it.
(jOUHT HOUSE liAKKUV.
JOHN REES, Proprietor;
ADOLFII and ADAM KEES, Manngcra.
linkers (il'nnd (lcnlfM 111 nil kiiuUnl'
Jh'cad, CalvCP, I'iors, Ktc.
HOSTON HU0WX 1IKEAD A SPKCIALTY
llHkory on Twuntluth etreut, oiMioeltu Court
Aal cntiti tnjiliili' tiililni! a trip n Europu uml
liavii kIvbii my iMieltii'Ha in chario of my conn. I
would ri 'iici'tftilly tmk nil pormiiiH liolilin clHimn
nt.t n et mo to tiri-ci'iit tlumi for mlJiiHtiui'iit lmuu'
tlliituly, No lflllK will be piild urtcr Mnv l.'ilh.
AO-KNTS-ToHEIXthl-tlio Slo.t Vnlii
W.A.N V Kl j l)u 8liiKlu Volumo em puiiliB'd
A Would of Knowi.kimir, collortcd toiu'thur In
Ono Volume, contiilnlnif ovur ,ooti Hrkkiikni'I!h to
tlm moKtlinpnrlnnt mutter oflutcruet imho world
TliBmoptliitiircntliiKBiiit ueeful hook uvur ctirrtv
piled, covrliiBnlmot thouiitlru fln. ,f i(,.,irnilu.
A litrai! hiiiideoino nntavo voliitnu, nin tuimia i,m!
mly IIIUNtritimt.-PrlPU, l.Ni. Junt piThll'- um
nnd now In ltd aovi'iitcunih odltlon. Tim onit
MiMiK iiriTNKiNii. Hiiro aurccHe to ovory Awaat
wtiotnku It. Hold only by ulmerlptlon.
Thiww wifbltiR to becnuiu ARi'litu, mlilreea for
Pfarrlptlvn t'lrritlnrii unit eatm ltrin .
. W.CAHLBTON .Us CO., ritlill8horn, N.Y.tMty
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Hubnorl ption Km tea:
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ly mall (In advnuco) one year 10 00
.-u moiium 500
Tbrwii uioutha g jy
Una month j oo
U mail (lu advanct) ne year IS 00
Mil moiith J On
Threa month 50
Tocluba of teu and over (pur copy) ', I 50
Poetat'e tn all caaei prepaid.
I'lmt liiaertlon, per Kiuaro $ 1 00
StibaiiqueiitluitertloiiB, weraiiuare 50
Kur one week, per eqtlare J 00
nmerill notice J (X)
Oliltiiarlea and reolutloiii paaaedby o..letiep
ton cunt per line
OeatliH uml umrriHi;e free
K!rat lnertton. per eijuare 1 1 00
Subsequent IrmertlonK .10
Eight 11 i.eet of aolld nonpareil cnnnitute a aquare.
lJinpliiyeila.lTrt'.eiiment will be charued accord
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in? twelve linea of euliattype to the inch.
To regular advertinera we offer inperior Induce
mental, hmli ae to ratee of charge! and manner of
d'eplnyluir their favore.
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t Co.'a .Newapaper Advertlaiii); hareao, (10 Hpruce
a'reeti where advertising contracte mar be made
I r It In Ni.-w York.
Communication upon aubject. of general lnterent
to the public are at all tlmea acceptable. Rejected
m .uuefrlpta will not be returned.
Let'erc mid commutilcatloue ahould be addreaied
"E. A. Ilurnett Cairo Illinola "
Ko Letter for Eurcb-
A man from Iiranuli county being in
Cttstcr City soon after a postofliee vm
btaljlielicil tliiTc, wont up to the shanty
ono day with intent to inquire fur mail
matter. A man from Missouri was jtist
nlifad of him, nnd inquired if there was
any letter for Zaehariah IJiirch.
"lie you the feller?" (juericd the post
nia.ster. "I am."
"Named Zachariah, are ye?"
"Too infernal lon for this country.
You'd better chop it in two."
"I axed if there was a letter hero for
Zachariah P.urch," said the Missourian,
with a liadjrleam in his eyes.
"And I heard ye, and there ain't
nothing of tlm sort" here,"
"Kinder seems to mo there is."
"Then I'm a liar?"
Tl" j ;,ir looked at eat h other for a
mil. ':', a:id then Pitirch remarked:
"Mi'iil..e yi ti arc."
I'm le Sum's ollieial (! out of
hi-. d n an I went for Zachariah liurch.
It a.s a pretty even match for ten min
utes, and then the postmaster got hm
favorite hold. S ion after that event
Mr. Lurch observed:
"St runner, 1 reckon it's no use pro-loii;-iii
tiits horrowful atVair."
"1 reeknn not, but ye iieuired for a
letter lor liurch."
"And you pvo it to me purty strong
that sich a letter had arriv."
"Yes, I did," replied I5urch, as he
felt of i is left ear to sec what iKtttion
was I. ft for future lights, "hut I've biu
t!ii:iUn' powerful liard in the la-t ten
niitiit-', and I ums the ole woman hack
iti .Mi--.mir" has jutt off" writin' till next
Sutcl iv. Let's 'o out and take suthin'
to bi -injj tears t'i mir eyes.'1
How to get a Wife in India.
Life In ll'Unlmy.
When a man of decent rank of lilo
uir'!; s to marry, and can prove that he
o.-.es (s the means of maintaining a
wife it is customary for him to apply
to the mUtrcs of the Iiyculla School,
Mate his wishes and ittaIilications, and
impure into the number and character
of the marriageable frirls. An investi
gation immediately follows as to eligi
bili:y and if all promises satisfactorily,
he i-i fotth-with invited to drink tea
wi'h the schoolmistress upon nn np
l "itited evening to jrive hi. u an opiwir
tuuity of making his .seicetiuu. Tlm
elder sri lis tire then itnformed of his
intended visit aud its purport; and
thi se who desire to enter tho matrimo
nial list come forward and signify their
wish to join the party. Frequently
four or five competitors make their
aptiearanee on the-c; occasions in the
mistress' ronm. The gentleman, whilo
doing his best to make himself univers
ally agreeable, yet contrives, in tho
course of the evening, to mark his pre
ference for niie particular lady. Should
these symptoms of budding uli'cctioJi bo
favorably received, he tenders his pro
posals in due form on the following
morning. l!ut it often occurs that the
selected htdy does not participate in
tin' inamorato's sudden flume, in
which case she is at perfect liberty to
tlec'ine the honor of his alliance 'and
re.-erves luTeolf for the next tea-party
We have known an inslnnco when an
amorous old gentleman from an out
station presented himself three succes
sive times at theso soirees in tho hope
of obtaining a wife to cheer tho soli
tude of his tip-counlry residence, but all
in vain; the young ladies unanimously
rejected him with tho highest disdain,
wondering "how such nn ugly old
fellow could have tho impudence to
think of a wife?' lint a very different
reception is given to the dashing young
Sergeant or smart-looking conductor;
their attentions tiro never repulsed, and
th i announcement of tho "chosen in
tendeds," as Miss Sijueers would say,
is anticipated with the utmost impa
tience by many nn anxious youm heart.
Tho wedding speedily follows, tho
bride s modest "trousseau" being pro
vided from the funds of tlio establish
ment, and every girl in tho school
cheerfully contributing her aid in the
manufacture of the dresses.
' -e jw ,
I mkt with an Hccident about two years
ago, said Mr. Jacob Forstcr, of Nowburh,
N. V., by being thrown from a horso, and
broke uiy tiht foot, which was to all ap
pearanco cured in about three months'
treatment by a Bkillful physician. Hut
with every change ot the weather the most
excruciating pains would appear, and in
crease from day to day, all remedies failing
to alleviate them. l!y tho advice of friends
I bought a buttle of St. Jacob Oil With
tho application of tho remedy reliof camo
at onco, nnd tho tiso of two bottles entirely
freed mo from all pain.
An Angel's Boot Track.
A colored man named Bounty Smith,
living on Antoino street, was before a
Justice of the l'eneo yesterday after
noon, ehnrged with larceny of 50 cents'
worth of firewood from a white man
living next door. The prosecution had
a circumstantial east!. Some one was
heard at tho wood pile in tho night.
Thero were tracks in the snow leading
directly to the defendant's house. Tho
defendant was found in possession of
wood exactly like that missed from the
pile, and he admitted that ho had not
purchased any wood this Fall. Tho de
fendant said he wished to be sworn in
his own defenso, and after he had taken
the stand he began.
"Ho claims din wood wus tooken
away Sunday night. Now, on Sunday
mawnin' I war' 'tacked by rhenmatiz arr
couldn't step till Monday night. Dis.
right leg war' bent back so, an' dis
left ono war' skewed out so, an' my
wife had to feed mo with a spoon. War'
I in shape to go out an' steal wood?"
"Well, 'long 'bout dark de ole wo
man said do las' stick of wood war'
gone, an' wo went to bed to keep warm.
Could I go out when I war' in bed?"
"I guess not."
"Sartin I couldn't. When I remem
ered dat we had no wood for do nex'
day I went to prayin' dat some rich
man's heart might be opened to chari
ly. Fust I knowed do sticks ob wood
begun to hit de doah, and de old wom
an scrambled out and fetched deni in.
If any man robbed dat man's wood-
)ile it war an' angel who was sent to
"lint you forget tho tracks in the
snow; they wcro just the size of your
"Tracks! War dey any tracks?"
"Well, dat's nuHin' agin me as I sco.
I 'sped do angel had to stan' alongside
de wood pile to load up."
Two of tho jurors seemed to take
this view of the case, and the result
was a disagreement. Detroit Fixe
The Greatest Messing.
A simple, pure, harmless remedy, that
cures every time, and prevents disease by
keeping the blood pure, stomach reirular.
kidneys and liver active, is the greatest
blessing ever conferred upon mu'n. Hop
Hitters is that remedy, and its proprietors
are being blessed by thousands who have
Ixen saved and cured by it. Will you try
it? See another column. fEiurle.
How oftkn persons have been annoyed
by burrs clinging to their dress or clothing,
and how seldom have thev, when cleaning
them, Kiven it a thought that Rurdock
Root is the most valuable blood cleanser
and purilier known, and is sold by every
iruijgist under the name ot Burdock lilood
Hitters. Price 1 .00, trial size 10 cents.
They are Coining.
The Immense stock of Iioots and Shoes
for the Spring and Summer trade are now
daily arriving, and when all in will be the
largest, best selected and most complete
stock of Men's and Roys, Ladies and Chil
dren's Roots and Shoes ever brought to
tins City. Comprising all the latest styl
and the Rest Hand-made and Eastern
Ooods ever ollered to the Public. Having
purchased all my goods for Cash. I got the
lowest prices on them, and will give the
public the Rcnefit by selling them lower
tor Cash than any other House. I invite
all to call on me if in want of anything in
my line oetore purchasing elsewhere.
Root and Shoe Dealer. No. !i0. Commer
rial Ave., between Fifth and Sixth Streets
Kill) It In.
Jacob Loeckinun, 274 Clinton Street,
Ruflalo, N. Y., says he lute been using
Thomas' Eclectric Oil for rheumatism. He
had such a lame back that he could do
nothing; but one bottle entirely cured
mem. r. u. hchuli, Agent.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
ot your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle of
airs. inslow s Soothing Syrup. 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 vou
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, nnd is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians nnd nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 2."5 cents a bottle.
After Eight Long Years.
C.C.Jacobs, 78 Foisom street. Rtiffalo.
writes that for eight long years he had tried
every known remedy to cine him of piles,
also had been treated by physcians without
success, when he was ultima'tcly cured by
Thomas' Electric Oil. P. 0. Schuh. Agent.
To all who are Buffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth,nervous weakness,
curly decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will cure you, freo ol
charge. This great remedy was discovered
ny a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Inman, Station 1), New York Citv.
It is impossible for a woman after a
faithful course of treatment with Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, to con
tinue to suffer with a weakness of the
uterus. Enclose a stamp to Mis. Lydia E.
Pinkham, 233 'Western Avenue, Lynn,
Mass., for her pamphlets.
Dr. Kline'B Great Nerve Restorer is tho
marvel of tho ago for all Neivo Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send to (l.'ll Arch
street, Philadelphia, Pcnn.
.A Hive of Bees. .
Rllrdock lll.uvl Ttittn.a 1
health, when tho hotly is badly disordered
by impure blood. Rlltionaiwiaa lioll.routinn.
constipation, .dyspepsia nnd other bad dis-
tincV.T Burdock Bitters. Prlco
ll-OOt trial Histo 10 cents.
Cancku. No ktiir.. V.. II. I.. XT..
Sicknesg. No Fearful Treatments. Trent-
Keeping the Patieut Quiet
"He seems to be very much worse to
day," said tho doctor, as ho contem
plated tho patient. "Did you keep
him perfectly quiet, as I directed,
"Sakes fi. massey! of course I did,"
replied tlm nurso. "Goodness gra
cious! ho hnsn't moved all night,"
"Anything going on in tho house to
"My sakes, of course not. They had
a little dancing party in tho parlor, and
a light up Mairs, aud some burglars got
into tho basement, and tho servant girl
set (iro to her bed, and tho fat boarder
fell down the second flight, and tho
man in the next room licked his wife,
nnd tho water-pipe busted on the floor
below, and the gentleman in tho back
parlor gave u little supper, nnd there
was some riinsie in the third story, and
the eats got out on the back fence, and
there was a baby born in the second
floor front, and tho little girl up the
third pair died in the night, but he nev
er moved. Lies your heart, ho was
the quietest man you ever saw!"
"Quite right; quite right. Did you
give him the pills?"
"My gracious! I forgot tho pills,
but I gave him all the jNiwdcrs, eight
seidlitz powders, four Dover powders,
ami all tho quinine powders and the
mixtures, three of 'em, and all but tho
"Just so. Dill you change the band
ages on his head?"
"It wasn't any use. Ho wouldn't
keep 'em on. You never saw anything
like him. I put four pillows on his
head, and he kept as still as mice after
"I see. Was he delirious during the
"Oh! wasn't he? but he hasn't hol
lered much for two hours. He's been
pretty quiet since he fell out of bed.
before that he was restless."
"Of course, naturally. Any of his
friends been to see him?''
"There were ten or a dozen here all
night playing cards nnd enjoying them
selves. Rut he paiil no attention to
"I suppose not. Hasn't a-ked for
anything, has he?"
Not for a long time. He's doing
well, isn't he, Doctor?"
"Yes, yes, as well as could be expect
ed. As near as I can judge, he has
been dead about twelve hours. You
needn't continue tho medicine. Just
keep him quiet and don't let anybody
talk to him. What he wants now is
And the doctor certified to the relia
bility of the nurse and departed
I'nr:M.m:nE Loss ok the Haiu imw-a-days
may lie entirely prevented by the u-e
of Burnett's Cocoaine. It has been used in
tlmusuuds of cases when; the hair was com
ing out in handtuls, and has never failed to
arrest its decay ; it promotes a healthy and
vigorous grow th, nnd it is at the same time
unrivalled as a sot't and glossy dressing for
liurnctt's Flavoring Extracts are the best
strongest and iiMst healthful. Sold every
At I'lnl Howard's old ettintl,
rpilE DEST OF KHESII MEAT OK A!X KINDS
aht'Hva on hand In lnrua o uai HiIi-h. uml n,-
;lled to ateuniliouta at nil hour. John Oluile, well
innwn In river men. will be found aboard all IiouIb
lo take union" for meat.
pOLL'MRLS, HICKMAN, NEW MAD
J inn a en TiPTnwir iv
Ki L'ttlar Packet
31. J. TURNER, Master.
J. K. Ml'SE, Clerk.
Leave Ctilro every Ttlendnv nntl l'rlilnv for tlm
HDuve poiiitH. rur l lii t or pnKni?c npplv tn
Ulllce, cor. birth aud Ohio Levee
CAIRO CITV FERRY CO.
On andsfter Monday. .InncTth. und until Itirtlipr
notice the ferryboat wllluiuke trlpt a t'ulinwa:
rr:;:::::' : CVllTVf
:::.anuiN li IILUUM!ee
HAVES MAVKH I.I1VCS
Fot Kotirth st. MiHuourl Land f(. Kentucky Lil'n,
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8:iH). m. K:H0 k. ni. Ms. m.
mama, m, M:.H0a. m. 11 a.m.
tiamp.m. 2:30p. m. S p.m.
4:0p.m, 4::iop.m. 6;d0p.m.
J P. m. tt.aop.m. 8 p. m
f Out (It liirnlH
I I iKtrtietliinit fi
I I Iprolltulilubu
I VmiBHKi' In. 1
v to learn, and
Outfit liirnlHht'il tree, with full lie
utrttetliina for coinluetlti-f thu moHt
prolltuhlubimlheaii that any one cim
i nn miauii'M im ao vany
d our Instruction- nru an
Kltttplii nnd tilaln. that anv oiiu run
maUfl (treat profit Irmn the alnrt. No ono can fall
who In wlllltiK to work, omen are anccuaaful
an men. Iinva ami kink ran earn Itirifu atitna.
Many havo niadu at the bualiieas over ono biindreil
dollar In alnulii week. NothltiH llko It ever
known before. All who utmairo nru uriirlml at thu
i ami and rapliltty with which they are alile to make
motinv. You can vnuaitii In this huatiuwa dnrin,.
yniir iaro time at Krealprotlt. Yotldo nut liavolo
Invent capital In It. We tBke all tho rink. Thoao
who iieeil realty money, ahoiild wllrij to tit nl oucu.
All fiiml-hed freo, Addruaa TKtIK A i n .. a.
Kuala. Mul no.
Dv. Th omas'
WoiiTii Its Weight in Gold.
ita-imTi ana 'Miifad&macm: niw n i
I l ZWB lA'
I I V 1
V; lVi A1Aj UJ JIUR REMEDIES FAIL
-I t f()l GOTin I-I ft n-nrl 11.1
IT FOR mi'IITIIKRfA AND CROUP
It NEVER FAILS to
Sold l.y nil Ri nists.
Co to PAUL O. S( Hi ll, Druggist,
THOMAS' ECLECTRIC OIL
Used and approved by the leading PHYSI-lffC T
CLASS of EUROPE and AMEIttCA!jigXj J
Th most Valuablo iftU I I I N.
Family Remedv 3 H.A E i V
ly JfTV i kvK 1 a.'l 11 I
t t ttl Jfix&e
m ri .nn v.'Toup
SKIN DISEASES. EIIITJMATISW'
I CATAEBH, HEMOIiaHOIDS, Etc. AJS0 fori ANhlil.Nt. CONFECTIONS.
UAXAiUiii, HtmUllttHOIDS. Ete. Alan fnr
. conens. toldB, soreinroatCronr)
WTry them. 25 and 60 cent sites
GBAXD M I'D. iL AT THE PHILADCI.PIII 1 EXPONITIOK.I
fcILUt MEDAL AT TUfc PAKIS
V AS I L I N IO SOLD ItY BARCLAY BROTHERS
For sale by V, AV. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
THREE TOOLS COMBINED FOR $5.00
CHENEY ANVIL it VISE CO.,
JOHN S FRO AT,
PROPRIETOR OF SPHOAT'S PATKNT
VVholosnlo Doiilei' in Ico.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oat' Loads a Specially.
O JH1 V lUKt
tor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
ftnft.!l,k.,n'nn,own,"n'So'ilnt ttra. No
tmUl)T,?'f Hi'S'l'''. If ymi want a bmlneH at
which pvraoiia of either aex ran make yrear
r.ay ".'A,1),"' ,,,,,v work' ,vrll for arliculara to
ll, UALLKTT it CO., I'm Hand.
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" m.m.i , a.. , . p3,,
9 REMEDIES FAIL
PRICE 50 cents and $1.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mra. Freemans' New National
sold by BARCLAY -BROTHERS
Article from pur
Vaseline ouch m ,
Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor Ic
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
are aaparlor lo m ilaliar oa
CUTS. CHILE L AT vs
of all our goods.
An agreeable form of tak
ing Vaseline internally.
25 CEKTS A BOX.
K3LPOOIT10K. COLGATE & CO., M.Y.
An Anvil with fare , :P,x8 Inchea. chill-hardened and
pol .he, ; a l.aral'.el Yin; with -t tiu h uteel rce, jaivi tlm
open , t uchea: atiilan Adiimiahlo Ye Hint will hold ar
ticlea whin." sidm are not parallel, an fhowu In rut It la
ihe gunner anil Houne-huliler a Krletul, lurnicli i nir con
venieneei" lor 1I0I111; lota of oiiil John that ciml time and
moiiev to h i re il.mu. ,s,id nv all leailiim whalenalu
niiie. aim nv reiiniera nr iiarilwnre or Arliulltiral Im
plenietita, but If y.mr in aler ban not yet cot them In
Htotk, we w;ll m nil une freljht paid on receipt of prlco.
CLAIM YOUR MONEY.
A (ieneral (illicit nf tb I.lfii Policy Hnl.lera Col
lectl 11 Altencv of the fnlleil Statea.fur the .State,
pf lllituilH . W laciinalu, .Mlniieauia and Iowa haa
been eatiibllnhed ill the citv of I hlcaeo. Tlieru la
iil'aah value lu ull Lite In-mtaiice roUclea, w lielhor
lapMetlor In lorco. Tor further Information re
apeeliiiK he name, apply tn Local A Runt, If theru
MlTinKS.lT.r'lvr'i. ii'"'wIh hy letter to
l II.AIi ,h.S o. iHIVKY .t CO., (leuoral Atenta
HI otlland lllock. Chtcau-n, lllnmla. AkUI".
N. Il.- 't'o in-uru altuiitliin in v.... .... i..i
(Iceiit i,, I'daiugu and wu will K.va Hour lime aud
1'arttcH deairoua of obtaining Local Airenrloa
pleaKo addruva ua nt oucu ami incluki kkcib
rv Yottraelvea by makliiK mow
I ley when a troldrn chance 1
I J ...I'.. ....I Oi.iriil.v alwava
keeplnjt tuiverty 'from your
- dour. Tlioae who alway
take advantage or trie ifood
chance, for making money that am offered, iitmeral
ly become wealthy, while thoae who do Ml Im
prove aueh cliancea remain lu povurtv. W. waut
many men. wotiieii, buy. and (jlrl. to do work for u.
rlKhtlu their own local llle, Tlio buaioe.l will
pny inoro than ten ttntca ordiuary wage., W
furnluli an expen.eii.ivii eutlll aim all that yoa
need free. No one who engine full" to make
money rapidly. Von can devote your wsoU tltnu
in the work, or only your aparu momenta. Kn It
tnfiirtnnttiin nnd all that I. noeilei .ent free. Ad
drea al l N SUN A CO., I'ortlaud, Malue,