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MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM:
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
For all Female Complaints.
Hilt prvnaratlun, a Ita awn signifies, torudiU ol
Vogti table I'monrUe that an haroilua to the moat del'
lyatotnTalld. Upon OM trial the moriu of this Com
pound will be raoognUed, airollof la Immediate and
Iid luuwla continued, In nloetyRlnacaariln a hun.
drwl, permanentruKlieirii'tcMtliaiUftndi will tea
tlfr. On account of Ita proven merit, It It to-day re
cutunwnded and prwrlbed by the bent phyilclan In
It will run entirely the worrt form of falling
of the uutuh, I ueorrhu, irregular and painful
HMUtniaUon.allOrarlanTrouljk, Inflammation and
Ulceration, Hooding, all DUplacemcnta and tlx con
Miural iplnal weaknm, and la eeperiallf alaud to
the Changa of life. It will duwolta and exprl tumor
f roin the u term In an earl Hag of development. The
tendency to cancerous liumora there U checked Very
ipevdlly br Ha one.
Id fact It hu pmred to be the great
at and beat renvoi that baa erirr been discover
ed. It penueatM ernry portion of the 7t-ra, and girea
Dew Ufeand rigor. It removes fnlntnewi.ltatulenry, de
stroy, all craving foratUuuiaoU.and relieve weaanesa
at the atomarh
IS CTree Bloating, neadarbm, Nenroui Proet ration,
Oeneral IwbMty, Bkvpleaaneam, Ileprveaton and Indl
geatlon. That feeling of blaring down, ranting pain,
weight and backache, la always permanently cured by
(Una. H will at all Un. and under all clrmmatan
cea, ai-t In harmony with the law that goreroe tha
For Kidney Complainta of either eel tula compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la prepared at to and tit TVeau-rn Arenac Lynn, Mum.
Pry-ail M. Bu bottlea fur o.Ml Bent by mail In the
form of pllb, alanln Uie form of Lnn-ngra, on recel
of price, 11.00, per boi. for elth. r. Xn. I'LVallUM
freely aniwen all hitrn of uvpilr. Send lor paiu
pblut. addma a aboro Umlum IAi ptptr.
Ko family .hould be it Imut I.TDU t. i'lNk'HAM'
UVTK TILLS. They run CrBltpailun, lUUouaucal
an4Toruid:tyof tlMlJrer. cenu ner uox.
lUCHAKDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholesale agcui for LVDIA E. I'lNKIfAM'H
LYDIA K. PIXKHAMS COMPOUND
Sld by 1JAUCLAY imoTHElW.
TIT 4 MVPV OlfGANS. 17 Stoi.a .'. Set
III J A I 1 '-"Iden Tongue Heeds, only
, Aildfi-e limit-! F. lieattv,
Washington. N. J.
tilA AnthO A Dl'W aVn1 gri-al Ml
lew or k.W4vrrntM lua twal an J
chttatpMt. indisrDaVlile to rrtry
mtvn.rnlitlfMl titHttcnrof Ijf
or-U-Fw-wrr-vUiro jM Uund it,
finMU KrHficfct mtUiin,trntkaiM'il,
full rUl JOpp.eintin tfautiful
9UiY nifrmTinfi, VJJt pnetii.
thrna, rnoe inf X mnnt hjr
moo o"w.Aiiir'i ivvKrfijr MM
I haee lrania the faror.
' Inaivmi'orl and hralth
wi, h l.irnre nf form to
reme'kabl drm, anu
ara tiionti rnoowi vj
he llialnirt Award at the
I'm LUIauii uuwaxdi.
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Kicluiire territory mwn. Aitenla makethifa Pi'rina
nent and Profitable tiumneea. hend lor t'rm tn Mine.
;ilHWiiLI)t'.,ffia Uroadwny, N. Y , or to ( ieneral
We-tem An'. .1 H. Wycmt A t'o.. Fredunia, N.Y.,
J B. rutnaui,IJ)jKUWSltct'l,('bicao, 11L
A GUAM) COMBINATION OF
JILOOD. liUAIN AND
Malt llilleri' drrlvi' lln-lr wonrlrrfal l.lff eii-liiin-inu
prupiTtlf Iniiii MAI.l. ttu- r (nu'tini.' ami
Mi'i'p-l'romnliii Inlluuiice fr m lHil's,lli"ir u'raml
Tonic ami Ki'Vt r Kxpi lllni,' I'nwcra fro n (.' 1.ISA
YA. ami Iheir Hlooi. NoiiriKliIni; I'rinrlpU-x frum
IKON, whirh an four of I lie urenti'Kt Hiooil I'ro
durornnd l.lff t'n'ititiir cli'mi'iil" cvor unileil In
oui- iiH'illcine For Dcllratu rmsle. Nureini;
Mnthi-r. anil Sickly I'liiKlrt-n, Malt IliltvM an' Sii
tirrmu. Sol'l cv rvwlioni.
MALT HIITKU.S COMPANY, Ilotnn, Muff.
Any pi'rtn to hu rlounly 111 without a wrnlt
to n sell or liiHftivf liver or kidney? And wlii'ii
tliec organ art- in u'ood condition do you not llml
ttifir poH"eor otijiiyinif unoil hi'iilth? Parker'
(tinner Tonic alwav ri'suliiii' tlu'c Important or
van, mxl never (nil to luuke the blood rich anil
pure, aail to trenclhin every pnrt of the yteni.
it li in in red liiinilred of itt-riui rt nji himiIIiI. Ak
your neighbor about It.
Q0U11T HOUSE BAKHUY.
JOHN RKES, Proiirit'tor ;
ADOLPII ami ADAM UEES, Manngcrs.
Hitkers of niul (li'itlrrs In all kiwis of
Bread. Cakes, Pies, Ktc
HOSTOX 1IR0WX ItUF.AD A SPECIALTY
Ilakery on TwentlutU Btreut, opposite Court
Aal cotitomplntn tnkinflr trip to Europe mid
liavt' kIvbh my nultie in cliaruu of my nii. I
would ri'iectfhllv uk all peron lioldliij? t'laima
HL'lllllHt llltl 10 prt'U'lll 1 Ill-Ill Ilir Hlljur-llin oi-
tlllltely. NO lllll Will l I'NllI '"""'"(y'us
OTICB TO C0STKACT0U3.
City Ci kiik sOkku k.
Cetito, 111., April 'r.ili, lssl.
Healed propositi will bo received at this ollteo,
directed to the City Council of the City or Cairo,
until li o'e.lm k p. m, or Tiieday. Mny Hl:li. 1SH1, for
furnlflilnglliemiterial and doing the work, or do
ing the work, nur.tinry for the const ruction nnd ro
conHtrilctlon the rnllowltiR sidewalk, viz: To he
reconstructed of wood, on tho westerly side of
Washington avenue from the northerly end of tho
crosswalk on Tweutv-llrst streut, to llio southerly
end of tho crosswalk ou Twenty-eighth street. To
he constructed of woof, on the outii "Ulo of Twen
tieth struut from Washington avomia to connect
with the sidewalk fronting J. 11. Heed's property,
between Washington anil Walnut ; also on thu
north side or Twenty-second street from Walnut to
Cedar streets. A provided for by ordinance No.
lio, which I on file In this ollleo and subject to ex
amination at anv time. The right to reject any and
all bid reserved by the city
11. ii ,
FOLEY, City Clerk,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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Often: Bulletin Building, Washington ATenne
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8(1 mouth J Oo
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Poatam In all catei prepaid.
A ilvprtlalng 11m teat
Plrat insertion, per iuara 1 1 00
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For one week, per square 8 00
Kaneral notice 00
Obltuariv and retolutlon paed hy o.lvtle
ten cunt per Hue.
Death and marriage free
Plrt lui'rtion. per aquare II 00
Klght line of aolld nonpareil eontitoteai'iare.
Uicplayeil advertisement will be charged accord
ing to the "pace occupied, at above rate ther ba
Inj twelve line of olid type to the inch.
To regular advertiser we offer anperior Induce-m.-nt.
both a to rate of charge and manner of
d playtng their favor,
'I hi pnjier may he found on lie at Geo. P. Rowell
t Co.' Newspaper Advertllng Breau.(10 Hprnce
rifti where advcrtliug contract mar be made
I r it in New York.
Communication upon aubjecu of general InUreat
to the public are at all time acceptable. Rejected
m .nnrrtpt will not be returned.
Letter and communication should be addreated
"K. A. Burnett Cairo Illinol "
A Hive of Ikca.
Lunlixk Illood Bitters bring hack
health, when the Wly is badly disordered
'y itnpure blood. I'illiousiiesH, inilicBtin,
coriKtipHtion. dyapcsia and other bad dis
orders cured by Burdock Bitters. Price
l.()0, trial size 10 cents.
To all who are BUtftrinff from the errors
mid indiscretions of youth.nervouB weakness,
.any decay, loss ol manhood, etc., I will
lend a recipe that will cure you, free ol
:harc. This great remedy was discovered
y a Missionary in South America. Bend
1 self-addressed envelonetn the Itev.Jnwiih
T. Inuian, Station I), New York City.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are von ilistiirbcil ftt r-ichr nnil lirnken
- . -
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
rying with the excruciating pain of cutting
eeth t If so. t'o at i.tice and 'et a lxtttle of
Mrs. Wiin.iiiw'h Soothing S nip. It will
relieve the pmir little sulfiTcr iiniuediiitely
deiM-nd tii"ii it: theie is no mistake
about it There is not a mother on earth
who 1ms ever used it. who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief nnd
ii'iiiiti t the rhild, operating like niagic.
t is perfectly sale to use in all cases, and
h Jtsnrtt to the taste, and is the prescrip
ion of one of the oldest aud ln'St female
tliVMcians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a tottle.
It is a remarkable fact the Thomas'
Kclectrie I il is as good for internal as ex
ternal use. For diseases of the lungs and
throat, and for rheumatism, neuralgia,
eriek in the back, wounds, and sores, it is
the best known remedy, and much trouble
is saved by having it always on hand.
P.. Schuh, agent.
After Eight Loup; Years.
('. C. Jacobs, 78 Foisoin street, Buffalo,
wiites that for eight long years he had tried
i very known remedy to cure him of piles,
al;o had been treated hy physcians without
success, when he was ultimately cured by
Thomas' Electric Oil. P. G. Schuh, Agent.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Uestorer is the
marvel of the age for all Nerve Diseases,
All (its stopped free. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
Mr. George E. O'Hara, the live druggist
of the town, is always up to the times and
ready to meet the demands of his many
customers. He has just received a supply
ot that woinlerftil remedy that is astonish
ing the world by its marvelous cures. Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption,
coughs, colds, asthma, bronchitis, hay
lever, phthisic, croup, whooping cough, tick
ling in the throat, loss of voice, hoarseness
or any affection of the throat and lungs.
This remedy positively cures, as thousands
can testify. If you do not believe it call
at his drug store and get a trial bottle free
of cost or a regular size bottle for one dol
lar. As you value your life, give it a trial
and be convinced, as thousands already
have been (4)
Mounted varnished, and paper maps of
Cairo for sale, at The Bulletin office.
They arc Comuijar.
Thu Immense stock of Boots and Shoes
for the Spring and Summer trade are now
daily nrriving, and when all in will be the
largest, best selected and most completo
stock of Men's and Boys, Ladies and Chil
dren's Boots and Shoes ever brought to
this City. Comprising all the latest styles
and tho Best Hand-made and Eastern
Goods ever offered to tho Public. Having
purchased all my goods for Cash, I got the
lowest prices on them, and will eivo the
public tho Beuefit by selling them lower
for Cash than any other House. I invito
all to call on me if in want of anything in
my lino beforo purchasing elsewhere.
Boot and Shoo Dealer. No. 1)0. Comnmr.
cial Ave., between Fifth and Sixth Streets
W'r have just receivod somo copies ot
Sunday school library books, published by
David C. Cook, of Chicago, lor 5 centa
each, which are a wonder for cheapness.
Schools may now have a library of 100
copies for tlvo dollnrs. Mr. Uook will send
full catalogue tree.
a,,,,,.,.v inmi'R Ci. niaino. who has
Buffered in tho past with rheumatism now
lnh. at Tunnh'a nil nn band in case of fn-
tuio attacks, say9 tho Washington, D. C,
TIIK DAILY 0AIRO BULLETIN;
W. C. AND L. ASSOCIATION COLUMN.
Edited In the Intereit of the Cairo Public Library.
MEN, WOMEN AND BOOKS.
The regular monthly meeting of tho W.
C. and L. A. will bo held at tho library
room Wednesday afternoon, May 4th, at
The circumstances of the death last
night of James T. Field, the well knowu
author and publisher, are full of puthetic
interest. Ho had been slightly ill for somo
time, but Friday and Saturday ho made a
number ot calls, and yesterday one or two
literary friends spent the afternoon and
took tea with him. Among them were
Mrs. CellaThaxter and Mrs. Lodge. About
nine o'clock in the evening an alarm for a
fire in the vicinity was sounded, and Mr. T.
B. Aldrich, whose house is nearly opposite
to Mr. Field's residence, went out to see
where it was located, and, looking up, ho
observed Mr. Field standing at tho window.
He waved his hand to him. The salutation
was returned. Within a short time there
after the distinguished author expired.
The tire-alarm, it would appear, agitated
him considerably, and after the first com
motion was past he sat down, and
Mrs. Field engaged his attention by read
ing aloud to him from "Gray's Letters."
After reading to him awhile Mrs. Field
heard a sound akin to that of suppressed
laughter, and observed her husband throw
up his arms. "Are you laughing?" she
inquired; and then, looking up, observed
that his face wore a strange and painful ex
pression. Crossing over to his chair iu
btantly, Mrs. Field only reached his side in
time to see his head drop upon his breast
and his eyes close forever. The cause of
death was angina pectoris, culminating
from paralysis of the heart. This ends a
career that occupies a unique position in
American literary annals. He was an au
thor at 13, and soon after attaining his ma
jority became a partner in the famous pub
lishing concern with which his name has
been connected till within a few years,
when he retired from active business, lie
enjoyed the personal friendship of all
American authors of note and many ol the
more celebrated English writers, and to
him America is indebted for the second
visit of Charles Dickens, and for tho publi
cation of Hawthorne's "Scarlet Letter,"
and the works of many other shy authors.
Of recent years, on the lecture platform he
has widely circulated the information ac
quired by his intamcy with celebrities and
independent research into original sources
of knowledge. Mr. Field was f4 years
old, and leaves no children."
"The prizie for the best poem on the
Spanish poet Calderoc has been awarded
to Dr. Edmund Dorer, of Zurich, Switzer
The only portrait of George Eliot which
is considered a satisfactory one by her fam
ily is a carefully finished crayon of her
head, front view, for which she sat many
times in 1807 to Mr. Burton. It is now
being etched by M. Bajon, not for publica
tion, but for a lew of the novelist's personal
friends. Mr. Cross, however, has consented
that the etching may he reproduced in
Scribncr. Mr. Cross strongly condemns all
other portraits of his wife excepting that
by Mr. Lawrence.
A memorial to William Tyndale, tho
martyr and translator of the New Testa
ment, is to be erected on the Thames Em
bankment in London. It is to take the
form of a statue, which is to cost f 20,000.
Mns. Arnold, the wife of the author of
"The Light of Asia," and grandniece of
Dr. Channing, is mentioned as an architect
of distinction. She is superintending the
making in London of the memorial window
to be placed by the Channing family in the
Channing Memorial Church at Newport.
The scene of "A Fearful Responsibility,"
Mr. Howells' new serial, which will begin
in Scribner for June, is laid in Venice. The
story is said by the publishers to bo in the
author's brightest vein. Mr. Howells is
working alsa upon a novel, which
will be begun in Scribner some time next
fall or winter.
Over Gcorgo Cruikshank's remains in
St. Paul's Cathederal a bust and tablet havo
just been placed. Ou the tablet is written :
"In memory of his genius and his art, his
matchless industry and worthy work for all
hia fellow-men, this monument is humbly
placed within this sacred tano by her who
loved him best, his widowed wife."
The lato King John of Saxony mado a
creditable translation of Dante, but the pos
thumus volume of miscellanies recently
published in Dresden, would attract little
attention, the Saturday Review thinks, if
tho author had not been a king. Tho prin
cipal features ot tho book are an account
of a youthful journey in Italy, and obser
vations ou tho Btudy of his life of Danto.
Mr. Joaquin Miller lias written a
western story entitled "Shadowu of Shasta,"
which ia said to be a fresh and stirring ap
peal in behalf of tho Indians. It will bo
SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 1, 1881.
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C0STIENE8S;::;::V "PIMPLES AND DLOTClIESiEE'
issued this week by Jansen, McClurg &
Co., who have in press Mr. Miller's book,
"First Faiu'lies of the Sierras," which has
been rearranged and partly rewritten, and
will reappear with tho titlo "Tho Danites
of the Sierras." The poet's play of "Tho
Danities" is founded upon this story.
How (IVTKV rioMnnu Imvn lioen nnnovnil
by burrs clinging to their dress or clothing,
anu now seldom have they, when cleaning
them, given it a thought that Burdock
Root is the most valuable blood cleanser
and pttriller known, and is sold by every
druggist under the name ot Burdock Blood
Bitters. Price fl.00, trial size 10 cents.
Mr. Noah Bates, Elmira, N. Y., writes:
"About four years ago I had an attack of
billious fever, and never fully recovered.
My digestive organs were weakened ami I
would be completely prostrated for days.
After using two bottles of your Bur
dock Blood Bitters the improvement was so
visible that I was astonished. I can now,
though CI years of age, do a fair and rea
sonable days' work. Price $1.00, trial size
At Phil Howard's old itaud,
rPHE HESTOKFRESH MEATOF A' L KINDS
-L always on hand in large q uai.title. and sup
pi led to steamboats ai all hour. John Made, well
Lnnwn to river men. 111 be found aboard all lioatr
to take orders for mtat.
pOLL'MBl'S, HICKMAN, NEW MAD
v BID AM) TIPTON VI LLE.
M. J. TURNER, Master.
J. K. MISE, Clerk.
' Leaves Cairo every Tuesday and Friday fur the
above potnl. For freight or passage appW to
(J fflce. cor. hlxth aud Ohio Levee.
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE Vt STATES.
On and after Monday, .'one 7th, and until lurther
notice the ferryboat w'ill make trip aa follows:
LlAVtB LlAVES LEAV19
Fot Fourth ft Mionri Land g. Kentucky Ld'g.
8:00 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 9 a.m.
10:00a. m. 10:30a.m. 11 a.m.
2:00 p.m. 2:30 p. m. S p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5;00 p. m.
2 p.m. i-30 p.m. 3 p. m
To Nervous Sufferers The Oreat European Rep'
etlv lr. J. B. Simpson's Specific Medicine.
Dr. J. B. Simpson' Specific Medicine I a posi
tive cure for Spermatorrhea, Impoteucy, Weakness
and all diseases resulting from Self-Abuse, as Ner
vous Debilitv, Irritability. Mental Anxiety, Languor,
Lassitude. Depression ofSplrilsand functional de
raiigenieut of the Nervous System generally Pains
in Hack or Sice. Loss or Memory, rremature Old
Ago and diseases
that lead to Con
ty and an early
grave. rr both.
No mutter how
shattered t h c
system mny be
from excesses of
any kind, a short
cnnrso of this meilic.inu ill restore ti.e lost func
tions and procure health and happiness, where be
fore was despondency and gloom Tbu Specific
Medicine is being used Willi wonderful sue
Pamphlet ent free to all. Write for them and
get full particulars,
Price. Specitlc. $1.10 per package, nr t'x park
ages tor $.vik. Will be ent by mall on receipt ol
money. Addre nil order,
.1. B. SIMPSON'S MEDICINE CO.,
Not. M nd 106 Main St.. Buffalo. N. Y.
PROPOSALS FOR CITY PRINTING.
Omi K or City Ci.kiik.
Caiiio, Ii.i.h ,Aprlliith. 1HK1.
Sealed proposal will be received ut my ollleo un
til B o'clock p. m. or Tuesday, May loth, lssl. Tor
doing the city printing lor the year ending May 1st.
lssj. Said bids niut Include tho cost of publish
ing the council proceeding, ordinance aud no
tices of all kind inserted by any city officer or by
order of the city council, also all special assess
ment notices made by commissioner whether ap
pointed by the city council or county court. The
right to reluct any aud all bids reserved by the city.
D.J. FOLEY, City Clerk.
OTICB TO CONTRACTORS.
Caiiio, 111,, April iwih.lNM.
Healed proposal will be received at my elllce un
til 8 o'clock p. m., Tuesday, May loth, lssl, for tho
removal or garbage front thu dlll'iirent residence
aud hotel In the cltv for the month of May, Sep
tember. October. November, March and April,
twice In each week ; for the months of June, July
and August, six day In each week, and lor the
month or December. January and February, once
In each week, n per section &, chapter in of thu
ordinances of the city The place of do
poslto to he not lesi than one mile from the city
limit Tho right to reject any aud all bids re
served by the city."
D.J. FOLEY, City Clerk.
JOT K K TO CONTRACTORS.
Orrteinr City Ci.r.iw,
Caiiio, Ii .April HHih.lHsl.
Sealed proposals will be received at this ollleo
nntll 60'clock p. m. ofTuesday, May lillh, lssl,
for furnishing such lumber as the city may require
for tho year ending May 11, 1; said lumber tube
of good aud sound white or burr oak, white or
yellow pine or cypres and free from sapor un
sound knots and of such dimension a may he re
quired, and to bo delivered In inch quantities,
time and places, within tho corporate limit, a
thocnmmitietion street may direct, The right to
reject any ami all bid reserved by tho city,
D.J. FOLEY, City Clork.
Eclectric 9, f P -Efilftfitrift
Worth Its AVekiht iiv Gold.
riYDV 1T WIIKX ALL OTHER REMEDIES FAIL
Hi J IT WHEN ALL OTHER REMEDIES FAIL
rmw U POUGJ-I S and Colds
rpPV It lor CO UGH Sand Colds
1 11 I 1T n D 1 1 'HTH E K l A A N DC ROUP
IT FOR DIPHTHERIA AIM) CROUP
If NEVER FAILS to (JIVE SATISFACTION.
Sold by all Dniii.sts.
(Jo to PAUL 0. SCHUH. Druiririsl.
Dyes. For brightness and durability of
pounds, price 15 cents.
THOMAS' ECLECTRIC OIL
Used and approved by the leading PHYSI
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
The most Valuable
6 KIN DISEASES. KHIUMATISM.
CATARRH. HEMORRHOIDS, Etc. Also for
Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Croup
MWTtj them. 25 and 50 cent sizes
GBASD Mi:DAI. ATTilE PUILADKIJP1II4 "'""--"TI ' "
tilLVEU ACDAL AT T1IL PAHIt EIlFObITION. COLGATE & CO., H.Y.
V ASELIiN" K SOLI) BY BARCLAY BROTHERS
For sale by C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
THREE TOOLS COMBINED FOR $5.00
CHENEY ANVIL & VISE CO.,
Vj - --y tide whose ld are not parallel, a sliuwn In cut. It 1
i ? j, irrVj''"' Farmer and House-holder Friend, furnishing con-
,-i. i.jiiij.ii .1) venlence for doing lot of odd Job that cost time anil
Wj3n - 'Vvto' fel money to hire done. Sold by all leading wholesale
'Csjk JT ', ' i T;wa'iT''i7-
I T J' " . ' : ' tMHT,.tCH.'
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of the UiiiteilJStntes.
1UO 13 It O A D V -A. Y N1SW YOKK
W. N. CRAINE, General Mantupr for Illinois, Iowa, iNelmiska, and the
Territories, 1 Dearborn Street, Chicago.
E. A.. BXJBOTSTT, Agent,
Omier Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois
PRICE 50 cents and $1.00.
Cairo. Ills., for Mrs. VreenmnH' New Tt!,,il
color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
sold by BARCLAY RROTHERS
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of all our goods,
An Anvil with face 34x8 Inche. chill-hardened and
polished; it parallel Vise with 4-Inch teel faced jaw that
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