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MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAMi
OF LYNN, MASS.
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LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
For all Female Complaints.
Thlt preparation, a Itt nun alanine, eonriits of
VBKuUlile 1-raiwrtiM that are liarmkM to the lauM del
kt Invalid. Uki on trial the merit of thli Com -ouudwiaurecoiued,Mrlliit
U lmmdUUi and
when Ha unite continued, In ninety nine tin In a bun.
diapennanenteureU.ffw.'tad.utriouaanUs "III U
tlfjr. On account of IU proven merits. It l Um1j nt
oomnwnfed and prescribed by tb tort physicians In
It U1 euro entirely th. womt form of falling
of tb. uterus, LrucorrbcHt, Im-gular and painful
Mrnstroatlnn.aU Ovarian Troubles, Inflammatton and
l'lo ration, flooding!, all Displacement and the eon
SKjuent fptnal weakness, and la wpacuvilr adapted to
the Chang of Ule. It will dissolve and expel tumor
frotn tba u term I nan early aUgt of development. Tba
tendency to eannerou bunion thera is checked Ttry
tpeedlly by Its use.
In fact It baa proved to b the great
at and beat remedy that baa arer bwn dlaoorer
ad. It permeatea every portion of tbe system, and gives
saw life and vigor. ltremoeafalnUMaa,ftatuIenry, da
(troya all craving for stimulants, and relieves weakness
f tba stomach
ft eurea Bloating, neadarbea, Kervoua Prostration,
OeneralOebUlty.BkwplrmMa, Deprualon and I mil
fration. That f ecllng of bearing down, causing-pain,
wtlgbt and backache, la alwaya permanently eared by
IU um. It wlllat all tlmea, andundcrall clreumstan
aa, act In barmony with tba law that (gnrtu tba
Fur aUdiu-y Complaint of either aei this compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la prepared at 83 and t3 Western Avenue. Lynn. Van.
Prk $1.00. Bli bottlra for A. Rent by mail In tba
form of pUla, also In tba form of Lxsengt. on receipt
of prtae, tl.OO, per box, for eitbir. Mrs. MXaHAM
freely answers all k IV-rs of In'tolrr. 6V nd for pam
pblet. Address ai ahov. Jlmtum Viit ynptr.
Ko faxoUy should be without LTD1A K. F1NKHAM'
LIVSR PU-L5. Tbuy cure Cormtlpallon, tillouanua
and Torpidity of the U rvr. z renU brr box.
KICHAUDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
WholeiaJe Ktnl for LYDIA E. I'INKnAM'S
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S COMPOUND
Sol.l by BARCLAY BHOTIIEIW.
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rirjA II (toldeli Tongue Ki-eilr, ouly
- - Addrvea UiriiKl . Beany.
Waahlnirton. N. 3.
3LKE HOME Beautiful.
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J;ravln(r. Cbob'e nbjecti . Lowe-pnri send
iirfalaloijieaudlirlrc li. , AWKNTS WANTED.
Addrtu J. SlcCCltDY t CO., Philadelphia, Pa.
mi vim I'M w M1""- Duudrii'
I A A I 1 IV nd Machine Miop.
" lu rclirularaaiidri-M
X.MEKY WHEXI, I T1IK. 'l ltA.MTEl O.
and (.RINUINGI Mroudi-t-urc
MACHINES. MuuMeCo.. Pa
10 LB MEDAL
lb Authnr A Uwifl) iiTt 41 MamT
IcjU Wrirk,wrrijiwltti twit and
inJin.wnlttJtxt "UKcienooftof Jjfa
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fin French nnuiinlmtj"W-tL
full cUtJV pp.cnouinn bntif u
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l lKna. fine oni Ifl a. vtit bf
MOtl lW.AidTW IVftljodf Mnrt-
Vunni TlTVQrit! .-llutitator lr. W II I'AK.
IflU W 1 ill uUil . K KK, M 4 Haltiacii u 2ktoa
Geo Woods & Co.'s
O r g a n S !
QUALITY OF TONE,
Beautiful Musical Eilect
Strength and DuraMlity!
Beauty of Design
They will outlt all conitnon, cheap. Oriraua,
while their iniiMcul and raeclianical qualtl" com
mend them to ull who wleh a strictly lilnti urado
Affcnts wantt'd in this vicinity.
IT HOUSE BAKERY.
ADOLril anJ ADAM REES, Manngvrs.
Dakors of and ilealom In nil kinds nt'
!Hrcad, Cakes, Pic lite.
BOSTON HIIOWN ltBKAD A SPECIALTY
IlBkery on Twontlctb atroet, opposite Court
A I cnntcmplnto tiiklnff ft r'i to Rtirnpo mid
have elvun mv bunlne in clmruu of my oni I
would h'pecililly ttk all pemoiiK hnldltiir rlniiil
itKHlupt me to present tliem for ndJiiHmeut Immv
(llittely. No illllo will bo paid nriur Mny IMh.
almplu and Dlaln. Hint anv ono cat
make great profit frotn the abirt. Ho ono can fad
wno ta wmiiiK to wora. omeu are M auccuNHIui
' a men. Hova and girl ran earn lnnrit mmi.
Many bave made at the brnilne over onulinndiod
8ollara In alflftle week, NothliiR like It ever
Down before. All who oimnini are atiriirlod at tliu
oaao and rntildllv with which thnvnre ahln to m.ilin
tuouoy. You can enitnge tn thla huatnuaa diiiiiig
tronraparetlmaat greatproflt. Youdo nothavjto
luveitcapltitllull, We take all the rlk. Thole
who need rendf money, ahould wtlre to ut at once.
All furnlfhed Iroo. Addroaa TKUK & CU.,t
1h- onint liirulhod rruo, with full in
ml I I l,rilrtl"ii Tor cotidiutliiK tliu moat
jH I I I prontuhio biinltitii) tlmt any ono can
fill Wuiiuaite In. Thu bualneaa fa to eauy
it " to learn, and mir liiHtriir.tloni are an
THE DAIIiY HUILETIN.
lll HOHNINa (MOM DATI IICrTDI.
LHrcwt Ciroulation ol injr Daily in
OFFICIAL PAPKH CP CITY AND COOMTY
Othi: Bulletin HulldlDe, WmIiIukkii Areioe
llally(rt.,llvi!red by rarrlurn) per weK f 85
By mall (In advance) uue year 10 0U
Six muiillii 5 00
Three mouthi i N)
OiIh miiuib 1 uo
Hv moll (In advfincf) neyear i 0U
Threu muiitlm 50
To club of ten and OTer(pcr copy) 1 W
l'mtai;e In all caaea prepaid.
AdvertlBlng 11 n tea:
Flrl Inacrtlob. per square $ 1 00
HubatMjai.'UtlnaertlotiB, perequaru W
Kor one wek. per aiuarv 8 00
Kutierul notice 100
OMtuarlua and rr Holutlona paiin-d by eoi.letlei
ten cent per line.
llcaUia and miirrlatea ffte
Flrt Inecrtmn, per aqn&re 1 1 00
Subsequent lnrtlon 5)
KU'ht llnea of aolld nonpareil conttltnteaiqnare.
Dmplayeil advortlaenienl will be charged accord
ing to the r-pace occupied, at above ratea there be
luir twelve line of aolld type to the Inch.
To recnlnr advertlaert we offer luperlor Induce
ment. lxih ar. to ratui of cbarget and manner of
d playtcK tbelr favor.
Thin pajmr may he found on tic at Geo. P. Howell
t Co. 'a Newapaper Advertising Bareau, (10 Hprnce
a'.rvti whuro advertlBiuir coutracta may be made
frit In New York.
Communication npon lubjectr. of general Interest
to the public are at all timet acceptable. Rejected
in idiiim ripm will not be returned.
Letter and communlcatiouii thould be tddreaied
". A. Burnett Cairo Illloola "
Btoriea of Animals.
The burj of Marvliill, Scotland, is
overrun with rats. I'liey arc actually
running about by thoasands. One
sho.ik(!cpcr killed 135 in bis shop in a
toi Uii'lit. A dairy keeper saya that the
ritt s liuvu killed and eaten fourteen
voting pi's and forty fowln belonging to
him, leaving nothing behind but a few
Jack was a dog belonging to T. E.
Lincoln, of Chicago. Ho discovered
lire initio home at night, broke his
chain, ran to the door where his master
ami wife were sleeping, and aroused
them just in time, as their rooms were
full of smoke. It was the furious howl
ing of their dog that awoke them, and
thereby saved their lives. The dog was
As T. L. Danper gives the "Jersey
yelp" in the delivery uf ibdly papers to
the rc.-.iIenu of l'ioonilield, N. J.,adog
belonging to a customer meets him,
catches the pajwtr a; he throws it, and
then runs home with it. The dog knows
the yelp, and always starts when he
hears it. Sunday morning Mr. Dancer
leaves no paper at this customer's, but,
although he gives the samo yelp, the
dog does not come to meet him as bo
dues on other days.
' On the plains of Nevada, a mile from
any house, a gentleman noticed a cat, a
huge one. It lay on its back, its feet
uppermost, and was apparently dead.
Around it, feeding unsuspectingly, was
a flck of small birds. Just as he was
thinking how much easier it would be
for the animal to feign death and catch
a bird by deceiving it than by slipping
up to it, bo was astonished to see the
cat suddenly roll over and grab one of
t ie feathered tribe that was very near.
The other hints tlew away a hundred
yards or so and alighted. The cat only
inadt) ono or two ruouthfuls of the game
and then crept around to the windward
of tlio birds, laid himself out again and
once more successfully played the dead
The following story of how the liver
colored pointer Jefl, belonging to Dr.
Mattaner, of Atlanta, Ca., got his din
ner, is told in the Constitution: "Last
week Jeff was sent for ice. He startod
with a towel, in one corner of which tho
nicklo was tied up. Jeff saw that nicklo
put in, and immediately temptation as
sailed him. He could buy ice on cred
it, but beef was always cash. Ho la
bored with temptation until lie reached
Hulfs corner, near the ice house, and
then he yielded. Down in the dirt ho
crouched, nnd, after a tussel, got tho
knot untied. Ho buried tho nickle,
carried the towel in, received the ice,
nnd came out, but not for the nickle.
Oh, no! The doctor must be loft under
the impression that tho nickle had gone
for ice. Tho ico was carried to tho of
lico and Jell' came back like a Hash, se
cured tho cash, galloped to tho meat
stand nnd in a few minutes was obsorved
homeward bound with his dinner."
A Vermont dog bolonging to II. M.
Boebo, of Andover, is a wonder in
training. It is a thoroughbred Scotch
shepherd, and never makes a mistako
when sent after anything. Mr. Beebo
has cattlo, which are kept in different
stables, and ho will open a stablo door
when tho cattlo aro all in the yard, and
say to tho dog, "Leo, drive them in."
Tho dog will pick out such cattle as bo
long in tho stable and drivo thura with
out any mistake. Leo is great on do
votional exorcises. When told that it
Is prayer time ho takes his position in a
corner of the room, with his nose in a
chair, nnd will remain f although thoy
may call him and offer him his dinner)
utitil lie hears tho final amen. Tho
past summer Mr. Boobo - left his vost in
the cornlield, where it remained a num
ber of days. Wanting it ono day, ha
said to tho dog, "Loo, my vest is down
in tho cornlield, go and got it." Tho
dog went directly to the lwld and eooa
returned with tliu vest.
It bus lccomo so common to write tho
beginniDtf of an elegant, interesting articlo
and then run it into some advertisement
that we avoid all such cheats and simply
call aHontion to tho merits of Hop Bitters
in w lniu houest terms as possible, to in
duco pooplo to givo thein ono trial, as no
ono who knows their value will ovor uso
anything clao. rrovidunco Advortiscr.
"Pour on Oil."
L. P. Follott, Marlon, O., states that ho
has used Thomas Eclectno Oil for burns,
and has found nothing to equal it in sooth
ing the pain and giving roliof. Taul G.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerre Restorer is the
msrvol of the igo for all Notvo Diseases,
All fits stopped freo. Bend to 081 Arch
stwot, Philadelphia, Tcnn.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
Bismarck and the Actress,
Some years ago a curious correspond
ence between Count Bismarck and the
members of a conservative society in
Pomeraniii was published by tho Von
write Zctioir. This society asked tho
count for an explanation of his conduct,
first, in abandoning the conservative
party; second, in allowing himself to
be photographed along with Mile. Luc
ca, and third, in having ceased to go to
church. The count at once gave a
catagorical reply, with nianv thanks
for the frankness with which Ids "dear
friends" had addressed him. In regard
to the first point Count Bismarck says
that people at a distance can not judge
of the circumstances which must neces
sarily influence the political conduct of
a statesman, that ho must act for tho
good of the country whoso destinies
Lave been placed in Ids hands, and that
if his correspondents knew how difficult
it is to adopt tho right course, and how
heavy a burden rests on his shoulders,
they would acquit him of willful deser
tion of his parly. In explanation of tho
second point the count reminds his cor
respondents of the lengthy negotiations
winch led to tho convention of Gastein,
"At one time," ho says, "matters came
to a deadlock, and life becomo so insuf
ferably tedious that I did not know
how to kill timo. 1 went for a walk,
met Mile. Lucca, whom I knew, and
suggested to her that she should relievo
the tediousness of our existence by
giving a concert. 'Perhaps I will,' sho
answered, 'hut only on ono condi
tion.' 'And what may that be?' 'That
your excellency will allow yourself to
bo photographed along with me.' 'With
pleasure,' I answered, and this was tho
origin of the picture. 1 now leavo it to
you to judge whether you should cast a
stone at mo on this account." As foi
tho count's non-appearance at church,
ho explains that his doctor forbids him
to attend divine service, as ho has be
come so exhausted through working
night aftor night that he is not equal to
the effort He adds that ho feels this
to bo a great privation, and often prays
in his own room for guidance as to
what is best for the fatherland.
In the French chamber of deputies
recently M. Laroeho Joubcrt, a Bona-
mrtist, gravely proposed the sale of
ifo titles at the rate of 10, WW francs a
year for duke, 5,000 francs for marquis,
4,WW francs for count, ;i000 francs for
baron, and 2,Wj0 francs for the particle
de. Ho calculated the receipts at ir'iO,
000,000, and considered this better than
the present system of usurping titles,
under which it was not easy to ascertain
the spurious from the genuine. Tho
proposal was referred in the ordinary
Recently, as G. R. Hazard, of South
Kingstown, R. I., was t tilting up one of
his old account books he opeucd it and
discovered a mistake which happened
more than lifty years ago, wherein in
settling with Mrs. Job Greene for hand
weaving she did not receive enough.
He has now paid each of hor heirs tho
amount earned by her long ago.
A certain storv reminds the Port
Jervis Gazette of an experience with
an eminent dominie of Brooklyn, L. I.,
whom tho writer once interviewed whilo
on a paper in that city. We walked
into the parlor, ami presently tho min
ister entered. "Ah,'' said he, "you
have come for religious consolation.
Let us pray." "Oh, no," we said, "it
is for the purpose of interviewing you."
"Well, ho responded, "in that case, let
us lave a cigar."
A Eoyal Wedded Life.
Francis Joseph of Austria was really
in love, or fancied he was, says The
London Truth, and for a time his
union proved a sutlieiontly happy ono.
Tho empress had been accustomed to
imbibe daily a glass of Bavarian beer
at her dinner. To this the court officers
of Vienna objected, nnd her right to
her national beverage was only secured
by the direct interposition of her hus
band. But the emperor's heart was
too largo for a single affection, and tho
empress had a temper of her own. It
is said she once horsewhipped a gentle
man on the grand staircaso of tho im
perial palace. Smarting with hiswounds,
the chastised ono rushed into tho pres
ence of tho emperor and demanded
redress. His majesty shrugged his
shoulders, and bestowed upon him tho
order of the iron crown, fifth class,
wheroat Vionna laughed ail tho more.
By and by tho august couplo onterod on
that arrangement which (in ecclesias
tical matters, bo it understood) is so
dear to tho intellect of Dean Stanley
they agreed to differ, nnd havo remain
ed excellent friends over since Tho
empress still cherishes with tenderness
tho memory of tho early spring of her
married life. Among her treasures is
a jeweled casket of tho rarest workman
ship, which holds a little bouquet of
edelweiss given her by tho cniporor
during tho period of tlieir betrothal.
Danger of Lightning Prom Telephone
The Cantonal Government of Zurich,
having boon applied to by a telephono
company for permission to fix tho su-
tiorts of iusulators on tho tops of cer
ain public buildings, applied to Prot
Kleiner for an opinion. The following
is a summary of tho chief points in bis
1. Tho danger of lightning in housos
ovor which telephone wires are
stretched is not increased, but lessened,
if the total conductivity of a wiro is ap
proximately equal to that of a light,
nlng conductor. This condition is not
always fulfilled under existing arrange
menu. It mny bo insured by very sim
ple arrangements, such as tho intro
duction of a special wiro for tho con
duction of lightning wherever tho num
bor of wires of two millimeters in thick
noss running in tho same diroction is
loss than sixty. This should bo insisted
upon in all cases. Single connections
running along tho houses should bo
stronger limn at prcsont at least as
strong as telegraph wires.
As tho properties of a telephono
Woxus for attracting and., conducting
llghtn ng extend over far wider tracts
than those of a lightning rod, a strict
regulation of their make and condition
Tho uso of tolopbonos should bo sub
pondod during thundorstornia.-V(ff(J
I " .
T VIil iT
The Hurinese bible is so bulkv that it"
can not conveniently bo carried about.
Tho vernacular is extremely large. It is
proposed to reduce the slzo of typo and
produce a portable bible like those of
many of the Indian tongues.
Tho emperor of Austria, who had
previously given 120,0W)f, to the Catho
lic churches of Jerusalem, has given
tho Sanctuary ot Nazareth a magnifi
cent Gothic altar mid a beautiful statuo
of Our Lady of tho Rosary in marble of
Carrara, besides a gift of 14,0WJ florins.
It is not for want of capacity that
many women are trilling, insipid com
panions, ill qualified for tho friendship
end conversation of a sensible man, or
f jr tho task of governing nnd instruct
ing a family; it is often from tho neg
k'Ct of exercising the talents which they
really have, and from omittiug to cul
tivate a taste for intellectual improve
ment By this neglect they loso tho
sinccrest pleasure, which would remain
when almost every other forsnko them,
of which fortune or ago cannot deprive
thorn, and which would bo a comfort
and resource in almost every situation
Miss Gladdis Homan committed sui
cide at Mapleton. 111., because sho could
not lie abed mornings as long as she
wished. Sho was visiting her brother's
bouse, and seldom made her appear
ance until after breakfast bad been
oaten by tho rest of the family. Her
brother remonstrated, and informed
her that sho must get up beforo the
breakfast hour. Sho got exceedingly
wroth alxiiit the order, and after pout
ing all day returned to her father's
houso. That night when she retired
she ordered her sister out of tho room,
saying she would show tliem how long
she could lio in bed. She locked tho
door, took tho poison, and was found in
the morning in tho last struggles of
Visiting the east side of upper New
York a few days ago, the writer of this
culled at George ltiugkr's beer brewery,
on D2nd street. In conversation Mr. Ring
ler mentioned the lollowiug facts: Some
months since I had an aggravated attack of
Rheumatism. The malmiy settled in my
left foot and totally incapacitated me for
business. The pain was bo reut
that I wits compelled to keep my room,
aad I suffered untold tortures, being unable
to to press my foot to the floor for a lonu
time. A friend told me of St. Jacobs Oil.
1 secured a bottle one day and applied it
according to directions. So marvelously
rapid was the relief that I was able to walk
down to business next day, and have not
suffered an hour with rheumatism since.
Ihey are Coining.
The Immense stock of Boots nnd Shoes
for the FprhiL' and Summer trade are now
daily arriving, and when all in will be the J
largest, best selected and most complete
stock of Men's ami Boys, Ladies and Chil
dren's Boots and Shoes ever brought to
this City. Comprising all the latest styles
and the Best Hand-made and Eastern
Goods ever offered to the Public. Having
purchased ull my goods for Cash, I got the
lowest prices on them, and will give the
public the Benefit by selling tliem lower
for Cash than any other House. I invite
all to call on me if in want of anything in
my line before purchasing elsewhere.
Boot and Shoe Denier, No. 00, Commer
cial Ave., between Fifth and Sixth Streets
A Significant Fact.
The cheapest medicine in use is Thomns
Eclectric Oil, because so very little of it is
required to effect a cure. For croup, diph
theria and diseases of the lungs and throat,
whether used for bathing the chest or
throat, for taking internally or inhaling, it
is a matchless compound. P. G. Schuh,
Bah blood always causes trouble. It
may be n family fight or boils, pimples,
itch, tetter, but no matter, "Dr. Lind
Sey's Blood Searcher" is the cure-all.
At Hill IIowHrd'ft old uttiud,
riMIE HEST OP KHKSH MEAT Ot' AI L KINDS
A ahVH)' on hand In lurce quai lltle, and up
tilled to etcamhnnt ill all hour. John (tlndo, woll
kDwun to river men, will he found aliourd all bout
to tnku order for nieut.
riOLUMBUH, HICKMAN, NEW MAD-
RID AND TIPTON VI LLE.
M. J. TURNER, Master.
J. K. MUSK, Clerk.
; ,Leavea Cairo nrnrv Tuvadnr nd Friday for tho
above poliila. Kor irul(jht or piure aoply to
JAM US llKitlS.
Olllco. cor. blxtu and Ohio Levee.
m -a r Yoiiriujlvea by mnklnxmon
I I IJ' I I lev When a ifoldeli cbniii'.o la
H 111 I I pOII'iired, thereby alwaya
I I I 'J I J I keeping poverty from your
-m -- ---- ,),)(,r, Thoe who alwayi
tiikendvnntutfe of tho good
chance for making money that are oll'urod, limn ral
ly become wealthy, while tlio who do not Im
prove atit-h chance romulti l poverty. We want
many men, women, hoy ami girl to do work for na
right In their own loctilliloa, Tho btialncM will
Kuy moro limit ten tunc ordinary wagva. We
irnlh au cxpenaunalve outlU and all that yon
need free. Mo one who vngagea falla to make
money rapidly. You can devote your whole time
to the work, or only your aparo moment, Full
Information and all that la needed cent free, Ad
arn bXlNHON A C'U.i Portland, Maine,
MAY 5, 1881.
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Eclectric git Eclectric
Woktji Its Weight in Gold.
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flUV a.t,A n n aLjU
111 I 1T WHEN ALL
I .J i S T
It NEVER FAILS to
Sold by all I )i nists.
Go to 1 Al L G. SCIILH, Druggist,
Dyes, ior brightness nnd durability
pounds, price 15 cents.
THOMAS' ECLECTRIC OIL
TT?V J t 1br COTJG-Jri S and Colds I
IT FOB DIPHTHERIA AAD CROUP
I TJsod Und approved by the leading PHYSI-
I CL9Ja of EUROPE and AMERICA.
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CATARBIL HEMOBEEOTDS. Vtr AI.o rr
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iry uieia. ij ana ovi cent i:zei
EBAD MEDAL ATTIIK PIIII.ADI.I.PIII4 F.TPOKITHIW
hlLYEtt SEDAL AT TU& PAJtIS
VASELINE sou) by Barclay brothers
For sale by C. 1X. IleiidcrsonAiro, Illinois.
THREE TOOLS COMBINED FOR $5.00
CHENEY ANVIL & VISE CO.,
Ka ..vini'j f' - ii ,1 :-
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of the United States.
liiO BROADWAY ISTKW YORK
W. N. CRAISE, Octioral Manarr for Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, ami the
TerrltorioH, leu Dearboru Street, Chicago.
E. A.. BURNETT, Agent.
0rncr Twelfth St., and WashMiston Ave., Cairo, Illinois
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PRICE 50 cents and 81.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Fretmans' New National
of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
sold by BARCLAY BROTHERS
Arttclea from cur
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Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaaeline Camnhor Tr
Tatellne Toilet Boaps,
an .aatrtar la aay alaUar
and Dinhtheria. ate
An airreeable form of tai
ing Vaseline internally.
25 CZRTS A BOX.
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EXFOSITION. COLGATE &C0..B.Y.
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An Anvil with face 3',Jx8 Inche. chill-hardened and
puliihed; a pnrallel Vlc with 4-Inch eti-el furrd Jaw that
open T Inches : and an AdluHtahle Viae that will hold ar-
w lioo ld are not parallel, as hown In cut. it I
;ne runner ann iioiio iioiner a menu, lurmsning ton
veiiieuce for doing lota of odd Joh Hint cost time and
money to hire done. Sold by all leadintr wholesale
House, nnd ny retnllerH or uurdwnre or AKrlriiltural lm
Ideinetits, hut If your dealer haa not yet got them In
iuik, w e wi 11 seiid one freight paid on receipt of price.