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MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAI.il
OF LYNN, MASS.
, J- a"V v IW;
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
The Positive Cure
For all Female Complaints.
TM. preparation, MlU Mm alirnlnoi, eotulats ot
Vegetable iTooerUe that are hanulxe to ttui moss del
trate Invalid. Upon one trial the merit of thl Com
Found wlU bo recognised, aareuef la Immediate i and
when It iud U contlnuM, In ninety nine ouot In a bun.
dnd.tpenakiwmtcun'UffrncUKtiUuximndj wul U
Ufr. On account of It proven merit, It It to-day re
commended and iireacrlbed by the bent physician In
It will tun entirrly th wont form of falling
of the utaru, LrucorrluM, Irregular and painful
ateoatreatlao, all Ovarian TrooblM, IniUmmatloa and
Ulceration, JToodlnga, ail IXiplaoxmenU and tba 000
Unt plnal weakneea, and 1 especially adapted to
tba Chang of Ufa. It will diaaolr. and eipel tutnors
f ram the ulerualn an early stage of development. Tba
tendnnry to cancrou humom Uwr I checked very
peedUy by lu nan.
In fart It hat proved to be the great
aat and beet remedy that baa arcr been diaoovor
ad. It permeate every portion of Uia ryirfcTU, and give
new life and rigor. It remove falntneen.neUileiiry, de
stroy, all craving fur stimulant, and rtUnt weajuy-at
Of tba stomach
h euraa Moating, ileadarbea, Kervou Prort ration,
General Debility, Bliwpleaannaj, Depreadon and Indi
geatlon. That feeling of bearing down, causing pain,
weight and barker he, la alway permanently cured by
IU UN. It will at all tltnca, and under all clrcum.ua
eaa, art In harmony wltb tba law that govern the
Fur Kidney Complaint nf either arz this compound
Lydia I. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la prepared at t and Os Wertern Aveaoe, Lynn. Xaat.
Price L00. Bui bottlea f or S.0o. Bent by wall In the
form of pUli, alau In the form of Iswngi, on receipt
of prtce, H.00, Pr bor, fur either. Una, TOCIUM
freely answer all Ivttiia of bulry. Send for pern
pnlet, Addreaa aa above Mmliun Ihu pafrr.
jto family abould be without LTD1A . riNKHAM'
LITOI FILLS. They ear ConxtipaUon, EUlouauuai
aadTiHuklllyof theLiver. UoenUDerbox.
KICHAKDSON & CO,, St. Louis, Mo.
WholeHl agent for LYDIA E. PINKHAMH
Vegetable Coin pound.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S COMPOUND
80W by ISA UCLA Y BROTHERS.
DP 4 riYUVrt OltGAXS, IT Sto-is 5 Het
Ij PiA I I 1 lilen Tongue Reeds, only
'j5 Address Danb-1 F. licalty,
Washington. N. J.
10 ID MEDAL AWARDED
Uife Author A ot- antl tr n.a M 1
cbiaV(Mxt, mdTiitMnevhlr t Ttry
flnat Knncn moiUin, Mnlvw-rtI
kuh ntrrtvriiurs. prtcfi.i
' mtul; ilttr(iMitit().6nnt;
od iHeV.Aildnwa l't'iodf MmI.
F haee become the faror-
itM nf til a un: cmibin.
In coin fort and hflitti
nn h jince ol form to
a reinar (labia degreo, and
am Aitioiy rtia.waru 07
hheiticiana j oir inwimn
the llxheat Award at the
Price (l.Wand opwarda
kM TnuM eor4a am not aold tj merchanta.
Kio'axiTe territory gieen. Agenta makethia Perma
nent and I'mtitable liuLonaa. hn1 lur tonne to Mine.
ClinwoLn Hr'iertwar.N. V ,or totletieral
Wentem Agenia, .1 II. Wygwt Co.. Kredoma, N.Y.,
J. 11. 1'uluaju, bUU) tttrwt, Chicago. 111.
A GRAND COMBINATION OF
liLOOl). 1JUAIN AND
Malt lilttcrH dcrlvi! thiMr wutiderful l.lfc f nliili;
Ini ttropurlii-H from MALL their (jiui'tlii'.' ami
rileei-rromotlni! InlliiciM-f fr-ni Ilul's.tln'ir 'ritiid
Tonic and Kt-vi-r KxprllitiiJ I'iiwith fro 11 t' U.ISA
YA, and their Hloon Nourihln2 ITinclpli-a from
IKON, which are four of the irrent'l H.ocid I'ro
ducerH.uid Life Crcitlnif tdcmi.'iiH vwr milled lu
01111 tm'dlcine Kor Ihdlrato Kemiil'e. Ntircltiij
Mothi'rx, and Sickly Children, Malt lllttora nr Su
prcinM. Sold rv. r w hen'.
MALT MTTKlfn COMPANY, Iliifton, Mf.
Any perron lo hu rlouoly 111 wllhoiil n weak
ftotnarhorlnnctlvellvertir kldncyn? And when
Ihoae orarmi" f ' fu,Ml cotidilWm do you not llml
tlilr ptrtei'or unjoyiiiGr cood hi'iillli? l'lukcrV
Ohiger Tonic alwava riiilutva thene Imiiorlnnt or
(jRtm, and never falla to mukc tho lilomi rk.ti nml
pure, ad In hi rem;! hen every pnrt of tho kvhIi'iii.
It hiiscuri'il hundred of (tcemlril);liivnllda. Ark
your nclKblwr alurnl It.
QOURT HOUSE MKKUY.
JOHN REES, Proprietor ;
ADOLril ami ADAM REES, MnmigLTS.
Bakers of mill tlt'itlcrs In nil kinds of
Bread, Cakes, Pies, Ktts.
ItOSTON UUOWN BREAD A SPECIALTY
Bakery on Twentieth, otreet, opitowlto Court
An I contemplate titkltiR R trip to Eurupo mid
havo ulveu mv lnmlmwn lu cliurno of my none, I
would ruHpeuifnllv uk nil pereoua hoUllntf clHiilia
RuiiliiHt mo to prewiut thorn for ndjuetnioiit tiiiiuo
illululy. No 1)111 will tu paid nller Muv IMh.
JOIICK TO CONTBACTOU8.
City Clkiik'h Omit,
Caiiio, 111., April r,tli, i8Ht.
Healed proporiila will I bo received nt HiIk oilli o,
(llrfctcd to tho City Councilor thu City of Cairo,
until n o'clock p. m, of Titeaday, May Ullh.lWl.for
fiirnlnhluu tho msti'rlul and dolnu tho work, or do-
lllK ma woiiv, uuvvni-mj lor iiiocoueiruuiiou aim ru
eonatructlon the following alili welka. vIk! To lio
recoiintructed of wood, on the woatcrly ldo of
Washington avenuo from tho northerly end of tho
croeiwalkonTwouty nrat atroBl.to tlio nolitliurly
end of tho croKawalk on rwenty oli-hlh etreot. To
heronatructed of woof, on thuaonfli aldoof Twen
tieth "troot from WhhIiIukIou avonun to connect
with thealilowalk fronting J. U. Itued'a properly,
puinwii i. neinoK'" " i , nieo Oil 1110
north Ide of Twenty-ec.ond atrt from Walnut to
i I .. u i - t .....,( .1 ...I r. !, ..n...
vauni phctik, n, jhi'tih" mm j oiiiiiuiiico E O,
tiO. which la on ni ft In thli office and auhlect tour.
aitiinatton a', any time. Tho rlnht to reject any and
all UIU" ruurveu uy iuo city.
i 1). J . FOLEY, City Clerk,
Li V l'f TV
THE DxVILY BULLETIN.
iVaiT OHIlge) fUDITDAf IXOirTID).
ofkicial PA rlnfoycITYTiNtf "CoPStT
OiIIhu: Bulletin Bulldliu;, Wwhlngton Avenne
Pally (delivered by carrier) per wtwk 1 25
Hy mall tin advance) one vear.
Turwi month !!".!!!!'!!!!!!! sbo
Una mouth .' j 00
By mall (In advance) one year..
Throo mniiUui '
To cluha of lea and ovor (per copy)
foatajte In all caaea prepaid.
A d vertlalng li a t e :
Plratliiaertloti.por )iiar $1 00
nUbaeuUOIitlriHurt on, iter anuare Mil
wi, per BijuAru 3 uu
I'? notice J oo
OMtusriea and Maolutlona paaaed by aoi.luiiui
fcwtj vuiiie HUB.
lJeMlie and tnarrlacee free
Kiratlnaertifin. tier aonare a 1 AA
ti..i.. 11 11 a .,. :
"'k' mire in riiiiu oiiiipari-ii conaiuoiea aqnare.
Uirplayeil advertisement will be charged accord
ing to the fp&cc occupied, at above ratoa-there be
lot" twelve line of aolld type to the Inch.
To regular advertlnurs wa offer anpurior Induce
menu, both ai to rau a of cbargea and manner of
displaying their favor.
1 hi pajier may he found on Sle at Geo. P. Rowell
fc Co. 'a Newanarior Advertlalnn Uapean in Kmh..
a r -i f where advertising contracta may be made
1 t It In New York.
C ommimlrauoiis noon aubjecta of general Interest
to the public are at all timet acceptable. Rejected
lu uiiscripts will not he returned.
Loiters and communication should be addressed
"B. A. Burnett Cairo Illtnoia "
Tim linden Rocitdy of rU has do
c'pled to award thrue bilver medals for
n j iiiiiny Londnii hotisL's as nmy ho
fi'tuid fiiitiishfil with tli" liest known
b!iiiii:iry iiidinii''8. The oouditiotis
iiidu'lt! proicr jn-oviaiiins against frost,
infi'clion, daiiii, and liki; evils.
Tlit; Iii.-,li j,i isoiM'is in Kiliuainham
j:iil havo rlccidi'd to acctit the prison
dii tary, mid thus to savo the Land
l''a-ue tho sixty cents a day, without
wino, wliic h it lias paid for th'ir din
ner.'!. (,'oin plaints, however, had hern
Hindu that tho dinners were not served
The Trumbull Krtrait of Washington,
which has lono; occupied a place iu tlm
city council chanii.cr at Charhton, S.
(.'., has been sent to Mr. Robert C
Winthrop, f Iiiist'Jii, who i to take
liar": of the picture and see to its re
atoratiftn. It is now worn with ago
A elic 'vo'r-r in IVnadwi'y has adopt
ed a iki.I 1.101K; of ii'li rti-ii'o;. A
lary' dii hliinds in friil of I is ettirt;,
holding a li.-.-l.t't lill d w ith business
cn:d.i in hi.i niniitli. Ho can be eeen at
his 1 ot tlirouli the whole day except
when he i.s called into the shop to get
Alfred DatnpW, the tragedian, who
reeenllv jdayed an unprofitable engage-1
inent in t-i'veral American cities, will
no louder fret nor htrut Uon the stage
While acting in Australia ho was in
forinud that he had fallen heir to a for
tune of and he has gone home
to F.ngland to enjoy it
Since a sheep was first burned to test
the furnace, twelve htuflan bodies havo
been incinerated in tho Le Moyno cre
matory at Washington, Pa., four of
tlieni the present jear. Of tho "sub
j'Tt," tiv were from New York, four
from Pennsylvania, ono was from Ohio,
one from Indiana, and one from Masa
c'itic'K In Kansas has been found tho sito of
nn amicnt fortilicatiou, supposed to
have been coustruetod by a party of
Spaniards who visited that region somo
3Hi years ago. The fort is a high point
of land on the banks of thoAIissouri
River, ten miles south of Leavenworth
City. It covers an area of about twenty
acres, and consists of evident remaius
of redoubts, bastions, and rillc-pits.
The gamblers are already planning to
circumvent a law passed by theMissouri
legislature making gambling a felony.
They suy the law will not apply to tho
river, and they proposo to charter a
Mcamhoat, which v ill leavo St. Louis
every night ..ml return every morning,
filled up for gambling purposes. The
validity of the new law will probably be
Tho question whnt degroo of heat is
necessary to destroy triJuinto in swine's
llesh is of importance. A German ex
pert says that if the pieces put into a
pot to boil, pre large, triehinru in tho
middle arc not certain to bo killed by
such degree of cooking- as they are usu
ally subjected to. As long as meat re
tains tho pink color known as "raro,"
it has been in suflicie.ntly cooked to de
stroy the parasites. Smoking and pick
ling the meal arc of no use whatever.
Ralph Waldo Emerson tells his
daughter that it mailers littlo what sho
8tuilics, but everything with whom sho
studies. Our modern manipulators of
educational appliances have made it
nppciirlhnt tho revnrso is true. Lot
the system and method bo perfect and
it matters little who guides theso child
ren to tho knowlodgo fonts. Out of
this policy has eomo (1) tho degrada
tion of the teacher, ('-') tho overburden
ing of ehildron with school work, (3)
show, brilliancy at tho expense of
thoroughness, ( J) too much supervision
A correspondent of The Loudon
Echo writes that matrimony, an expen
sive luxury at all times, is rendered
still moro so iu England by a tax upou
wedding-rings. Tho duty is 17 shillings
an ounce, and . tho revenuo derived
therefrom Is about $100,000 per an
num. Tho fashion of wearing vory
thick wedding rings has greatly in
creased the revenue of Into years, via.:
from 30,000 to $100,000. The corre
spondent mlds:. Foreigners may well
luugli at our calling oursolvos a froo
trado nation. In no other country in
tlio world is a wedding ring taxed."
Cincinnati Irish Clttsuu,
Mr Vrimk Lutcher. No. 4!12L Vm vim.
' -, -' " SH . . WD, a 41 111 i
St., assures us that for o sorios of years ho
n-iia ne.mtriltnil Wit 1 rhlUllllB.tlRMl lli.fll !!( I
UeenmO cmpuiuieniijr n utiruun. no imd I
p lanatmi t in advert sou roniou o. and lm,t
lost an laitu in mo ouitauj ui nuj iiung to
allord relief, when a inonu, who naa tostod
tho vlrtuo of the oil, mudo him a present of
bottle, and, to Frank's wonder and de
light tho first application afforded sonsiblo
relief; beforo tlio bottlo was cxhnuntod the
pains and aclios had disappeared, Ho ti a
now man, and a walking advortlsomont of
the Infallibility of St. Jacobs Oil.
THK DAILV CAIRO BULLETIN:
We have just received ome - copies ol
ouuusy Bcuotu iiortiry dooks, published by
David C. Cook, of Chicago, tor 0 cents
each, which are a wonder for cheapness.
nniiFH in ill H v nnnr imna m I . I - . rt
- ' v a iiuiary ui iUJ
nuyuim lur uvo UliliarS, 31T. COOK Will BCDCl
full catalogue tree.
DBCKETAKY James 0. Blaine, who has
luffered in the past with rheumatiam now
Keeps t. Jacob's Oil on hand in case of fu
tuie attacks, says the Washington, D. C,
The Cairo Prices Current,
Office Waahingrton Avenue,
Thi Cajbo Pricis-C(jkhii ta puhllahed every
Tuesday and Friday from tho oltlco of Tus Caiho
Bulltik, and la Intended to lvo a trno report of
ne condition of the market on day of publication,
and the publisher truaU that full and complete
quotation! will be (riven by the boslnesa men of the
TERMS. One cent per copy, on all orders of
iiS or more, of tame date, the subscriber's name
will be printed without extra charge. Orders for
ejttra copies mnst be received by 10 o'clock a.
dav of publication. '
Monday Evenino, May 2d, 1881.
The weather is variable and showery.
After heavy April showers of yesterday the
weather cleared and remained so until this
afternoon when heavy clouds covered the
sky and the day closed dark and gloomy
with prospects of thunder storms during
We have few if any changes to note in
tho market; prices are generally well sus
tained and the supply and demand contin
ues about the same as at the close of last
The river is falling slowly at this point
without having reached a point when the
most timid could feel any anxiety on ac
count of high water.
FLOUR This 6taple rules very quiet
and the market drags. The demand is
confined entirely to medium and choice
grades and even in these the movement is
HAY Receipts are liberal nd the sup
ply ample to meet all demands. Prices are
a shade lower than last week's.
CORN Quotations are nominally un
changed but the supply is larger and prices
not so strong.
OATS Plenty and very quiet.
MEAL A stronger feeliug pervades the
market to-day and prices are looking up a
little in choice city meal.
BRAN Quiet and unchanged.
BUTTER Only choice packed is in re
quest and ol this scarcely enough arrives to
supply the local trade.
EGGS Receipts are liberal and the
market is easier.
CHICKENS The demand and supply
arc about equal; both firm.
APPLES-Plenty and dull.
POTATOES-Scarce and firm.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. The Drices Here given arc lor sales from
first bands In round lots. An advance is
charged for broken lots iu UllliiKorders.
sno bhl Various
,...4 sorw m
4 om n
,...C i& -a
i " various grades.
l'JS ' cuuntr l.inrv..
net) " choice .,. .
Kin ' fancy
Ml " nalent ,
lOUbhle family ,
4 cars gilt edge Timothy...,.,
t cars prime Timothy
:l cars choice mixed...
Scars Red Top
4 cars choice Timothy
II eara whit. In hnllr
e cars mixed, in bulk 4d
in cars white, In bulk
1 car, in bulk
4 cars lu balk....
2 curs, In sacks, delivered
' W II EAT.
No. 2 Red, per bu
jso v lieu Baa.,
son bhls city -
101) bhls. country, k. d
.3 X&2 tin
II It AN.
400 sacks, delivered, (ob lots) n
4f0 pounds choice Northern, packed.
son pounds Northern
WO pounds choice
oHKJpoubds Southern. Illinois
Live, per dor lu O'Xttl'-J 00
8 conpsgood mixed it rn
n coops hens , 3 00(&! S3
o coops nuns
N.O. per crate ..5 00S 50
li)0 sacks Early Rose
100 sacks Peach Blows
rerbbl 7 tm BO
,1 m! w
p barrel n tXKO 0
. . WOOL
ttcket"7i"!!.Vm!!V!V.'".V..V,!!.,, ',;!!!....' li
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z::h :Soia by PAUL G. SCJIU1I, CAiluj; 'W: :fez
C0STIKNK8S;:::::zr::::-:::::::PlMrLES AND L0TCIIES
Dressed hog, choice..
Dry saH Hlionlders...
" Clear side...
' Clear Rib hides.
s .... s I
214 bushel burlaps
5 bushel " ' '
Peaches, halves and miarter......
Choice medium !
.2 ooaa r
. 1 T..il OJ
Calf, Oreen- ti
Dry Flint """LIZ!." Z U
Dry Salt , 12
Oreen Salt ',y
Or20D tteeeeaeeaee( aa ft
Sheep Pells, dry infjKt
Sheep Pelts, green 5u"j,l 25
Common Lugs $2 :rg3 W)
tood lugs 3 Mi 4 mi
Low Leaf 4 7r,j f,
Ml'lilllm l.uuf R R.k.. II Kit
Good Leaf. ...'.'.'..'."..'.'.'."...".'..'.'.'. 6 50ft 8 00
RATES OF FREIGHT.
Meml.hla P,iU' Orlnnm Wu.
(iruin per Cwt 15 ct 17'et 25 Cie
Jiaypercwt l " 3i) cts
Flour pcrhbl 30 " 4? 55 ct
I'oik per bid 40 ' 5d (.7!, CW
LOUIS KOEIILKR. .
At Phil Howard's old stand,
TIIEBESTOFFRF.su MEAT OF ALL KINDS
always on hand in larsjo qnartities, and sup
plied to steamboats at all hours. John Glade, well
kOHwn to river men, will be found aboard all bout
to take order for meat.
pOLUMBUS, HICKMAN, NEW MAD-
RID AitfD TIPTON VILLE.
M. J. TURNER, Master.
J. K. II USE, Clerk.
Leaves Cairo cverv Tuesday and Friday for tho
above points. For froiijhl or paentre applv to
Cftke. cor. Sixth aud Ohio Levee.
FERRY Bf) AT.
QAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, J une "th, and until turthcr
notice the ferryboat will make trips as follows:
HAVES LEAVES LIAVB8
Post Fourth st. Missouri Land g. Kentucky Ld'g.
8:00a.m. 8:30 a.m. 9 a.m.
10:00 a.m. 10:.'l0a. m. 11a.m.
8:00 p.m. 2:30 p. m. 3 p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5;00p.m.
2 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Sp.m
pilOPOSALS FOB CITY PRINTING.
OmcB or ClTV Cl.EKK,
Caiiio, I1.1.S .April JSth. 1SH1.
Hcalt'd proposals will he received at tnyofflco un
til 6 o'clock p. m. of Tuesday, May Kith, 1HS1, for
doing the city printing for the year ending May 1st.
1S.VJ. Suid bide must Ineliulethe cost of puhlish
lug tlio council proceedings, ordlimnccs and no
tices of nil kinds inserted by any city olllcor or hy
orderflf the city council, also all special assess
ment notices made hy commissioner whether ap
pointed by the cltycoiincll or county court. Thu
right to reluct any and nil bids reserved hy tho city.
D.J. FOLEY. City Clerk.
OT1CK TO CONTRACTORS.
OmcB or City Ci.kiik..
Caiiio, li.i.a April aSlh.Wl.
Sealed proposals will he received at rov olllce un
til 5 o'cluck p. m., Tuesday, May lllth.lSHl, for tho
removal of erarhago from the dlfl'eront residences
aud hotols in thu cllv for thu mouths of May, Sep
tember, October. November, March and April,
twice iu each week; for the months of Jane, July
and August, six days in each week, and for tho
months of Ducotnber. Jnnttury and February, oncu
In each week, as per section 25, chapter 10 of thu
ordinances of tho city . 1 Thu place of do-
riosllu to lio not less than one 111II0 from the city
mils Tho right to reject any aud all bids re
served by the city.
D.J. FOLEY, City Clerk.
JOTICE TO CONTRACTOliS.
Omen or CityCit.kk,
Caiiio, li i.s .April asth.lSst.
Healed proposals will hu received at this otlleo
until 5 o'clock p. m. of Tuesday, May loth, 1SSI,
for furnishing such lumber as the city may require
for the vear ending May lat.lssi; salt! lumber to bu
of good aud sound white or burr oak, white or
yellow pine or cypress mid free from sapor un
sound knots and of such dimensions as may ho 10
i nired. and to ho delivered la such quantities,
times and places, within thu corporal" limits, as
thucommittoeon streets may dlroct, The right to
reject any aud all bids reserved hy the city.
D.J. FOLEY, Clly Clerk.
OTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Orrics orCrrT Ci.kiik,
Caiiio, Iu.., April 21st, W.
Healed proposals will be received at this oltlco
until 5 o'clock P. m., Tuesday, May Sd, 1S81, for
furnishing Tor tlio city's use and dullvenng on the
streets of the city not loss than tonO nor more
tlnn t o 0 cubic yards of gravel, similar to that
delivered on Hlxlh street and Commercial aveuuo
la the voir 1880, and suldtct to tho approval of the
committee on streets. Delivery of said gravel to ha
commenced at ouce, after tho acceptance of the bid,
and the contract to hu completed before July 15th,
next. The right to reject any and all bids reserved
by the clly. D.J. FOLEY, CltyClerk.
MAY 3, ,1881.
tMfwB . . . . . . II I jt jPj rl A
M ee Mao Mass) T I 1 T" 'JT7 " Y
' I 1 IV "
J1V " r".
Eclectric gf Eclectric
Worth Its Weight w Gold.
TTV 1T W11EN ALL OTHER REMEDIES FAIL I
1 11 1 iT WIIEN ALr' OTHER REMEDIES FAIL 1
IT FOR DIPHTHERIA AND CROUP
It NEVER FAILS to
Sold by all Draggists.
Oo to PAUL 0. SCIIUII, Druggist,
Dyes, tor brightness and durability
pounds, price 15 cents.
THOMAS' ECLECTRIC OIL
Used and approved oy the leading PHYSI
CIANS of EUROPE and ABLERICA.
The most Valuable
SKTW DISEASES. RTirnaTATIRl'
CATAHRH. REMORSITnTTIS St Al. iZ
. Coucrhs. Colds. Sore Throat. Cronn
JTry them. 25 and 60 cent sizes
CBAU XKDAL AT THE PUILADrJ.PIII V I 88 Haa A B0X-
BlLTUt SIKDAL AT Tub FABI9
VASELINE SOLI) BY BARCLAY BROTHERS'
For sale by C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
THREE TOOLS COMBINED FOR $5.00
CHENEY ANVIL & VISE (U,
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
IUO BROADWAY nSTlSW YORK
W. N. CRAINE, General .Maimer for Illinois, Iowa, Nebnwka, ami the
Ti'Ti'ltovU'fl, ltM lloarboru Street, Cbicasro.
E. A. BURNETT, Agent.
Omier Twelfth St., and Washington Are., Cairo, Illinois
PRICE 50 cents and 61.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freemans' New National
of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
.sold by BARCLAY BROTHERS
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Vaseline such a
Vaseline Cold Criam,
V OAS line Camnhnr 1ml
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
an p.nor w aa; auauar aa
An agreeable form oftai
iag VaaeUne intemaDy.
and Diohtheria. eta
of all oar goods.
An Anvil with faco 3'4xR Inches, chill-hardened and
polished i a parallel Vise with 4-lnrb sleel faced law that
open 7 Inches: and an Adjustable Vise that will hold ar
ticles whose aid s aru not parallel, a shown in cut. It le
ihu Farmer and llouse-holiler's Friend, lurnlshlng con
veniences for doing lots of odd Julis that coat time and
money to hire done. Hold by all luadluii wholesale,
houses, and hy retailors of llardwaro or Agricultural Im
plements, hut If your dealer has not yet got them lu
stock, we wi II scud one freight paid ou receipt of price.
of the United States.