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ilRS. LYDIA L PIHKHAM!
OF LYNN, MASS.
I , . I)IAOOVIUn OP,
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Thn Positive f'nns
For all Female Complaints.
Thla preparation, u It) nama alanine, eoniriU ot
VnynUbl ITuwrUo that an harnikM to tho murt (VI
kata Invalid. Upon on trial tit merit of UiU Com
pound will be reeornlxed, a relief U liiurwdloto ; and
whan It tuo to continued, In aliicty-nljie iui In a hin.
drd,apniTOaonteureUtffli,uthotuaii1i will w.
tiff. On account of 1U pruvrn merit, It to to-day ro-eotntuondt-4
and preacrlbcd bjr the beat ptiyalclan In
It will ear entlrelr tha wont form of falling
f th utoroa, Lcoeorrboai, IrrrtrnUr and painful
VBatroatlon,allOrarlanTrualjal Inflammation and
Ulceration, FloodUiifi, all UUplaMfnenta and the rots,
awiuentiplnal wuaknuat, and U ctperUlly adapted to
tna Chang of Ufa. It will dbaulva and eipcl tiunon
f ma the ntorualnan early ataga of dcTolopmrnt. Tha
Undanry to eaneeroua bamoni there la cheeked very
ipaadlly hy Ita naa.
In fact It haa proved to be the gmat
aat and UM rcmnd that baa ercr bmn discover
ad. It permeate every portion of toe ayntetn. and girt
new llfeand vigor. It mourn falntm-M.flatulency, d
atrora altera vtog for atlmulanta, and relieve weaknaat
af the atomarb
A euroa Moating, nrUchna, Korroua Prott ration,
Unral IMjUltj.HkwpltaMmw, Drpn-adnn and Indl
f cation. That feeling of bearing down, eaualng pain,
wtigbt and backache, W alw.r. inrmaiwntlT rami by
tu uaa, It will at all tlmea, and under all etrmmatan
eat, art la harmony with tlte law that govern th
Fur Kidney Complaint of either ari thU compound
Lydia t. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound
U prepared at S and ta Waatern An-iraa. Lynn, Xaa.
Prlc in bottle for fJA Sent by mail In Uia
f urn of ptli. a Ian In U form of Loaeniri. on rweljit
at price, JI.OO, per bo I, for either. Mra. I1.V&I1AM
freely anvm all letter, of Inquiry. Hi nd for pain
pblet Addreaaaa above ittiium Ihlt ri;.cr.
No family alvould bo without LTDU K. UNKFlAJf'
LIV:il I1LLS. They cure Cotutlatlon, tlliouamw
aodTorUditT of UieUver. C c nu uer bo.
IUC1IAHDS0N & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholctio accMila for LYDIA E. 1'INKIJAM'S
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S COMPOl'Nn
MA y IiAKCLAY RIIOTIIEILS.
NKW AflVKRTISEM KMX.
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IVi Aildp' lnlfl K. lifutty.
Wahliigton, N. J.
MAKE HOME liutii'iil.s,KJlr
Rravlnfi. Choice auhjivu.
Loi-- tirln. send
fur Cataliiir-ii ami price li
AddriM. J. Mi I t liltV ,t C'd., l'tillnMh'.a, i'u.
KM Kit V W11KRI.
ami I ill I Mil. Mi I
MAUI INKS. I
For Saw Mil!, r'minilrlv
and Mnrhiiii' hhotn.
o rclrriil&r aililr,
MllliriM! I'll. , I'r.
OLD MEDAL AWARDED
ttM Author A ovw &nd trti Mvi-
cbtwpMrt, tmiiaf nHihe tu dim f
mui.nnlilit(1 "Uia Hcwntjof I jf 0
orjKulf I'rrtAMTTAtM ; bound in
fliMtM Kn-ncd mujU.nnitMHMrvl.
.tMirui, pnci only 1 3T tit by
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QUALITY OF TONK,
Ifcaul iful Musical Ellect
Stmijlh and Dumhilit)!
J Jem it y of Design
1 ln-y will (iiitlact all ciimmnn, rlu-nti. Urbane,
while thvir tmii iil mill iiicrliiiiilrnl iiuillii coin
mciid IIihiii to nil who wiidi a nirictly liiuli cnulu
AijPiits wanti'il in tliisvicinily.
w r rrw amri rT Wt . t .1 . . i vaj 11 ii a
Knr all mildliT illnnlilod In U. 8. dcrvlco, nnil for
lielra (if Uocnmcd nolilli-rn,
Knr anlilivra wIioku rutu of jit'iisUin I too low,
Dun till mililior illdclmrni'd fur wmuiila or nthcr
Injury (mil dli'oacii), who Imvo fullud to roculvu It,
COPIES OP LOST DISCIIAKOES
Heml two S cent atmr) for blank nnil "clrrulnr
of luformatlim" to
BTOnPATtT & CO.,
Hollcltora of clnlina. lt.iom 8, Ht. Climil Itnlldln,
WAHUINU'l'ON, 1), 0.
Cornwcirs System of Dress-'
!,A1)Y CANVA8HKKB ami UiCAt, AOKNTS
WANTKU KVKKYWHKUK. A.Mita ncvi.r fiilllo
fall tbla nuillmil. Horn ninko pur wuuk, Thia
la tlm only ayMum In tlio world with a ulumuirr
meaauro, and a imrlnct rulo for ilarla, maklnn it
fierfuct Rarmunt without ninitlnu, HlmpUi to
nam, anil worth a hundred dolinra to every auwlnif
machlnu owner. Wlmt lady will lake I tin nitency T
bend for terina. Uk.'9 Wahiali Avo , Clilcnuo.
THE DAILY liUIJiETIN.
Vllir MOHNIMO (MONUiVa IIURIDI.
UttrgHwt Circulution ot any Daily In
Otieti: KulleUn Baildlns, WatililBKton Aveooe
Dully (delivered by carrier) per week $ : si
iiy inall (In advance) one year 10 00
Nil montha 500
Throe luimlha. 2 110
Una raimtti , J oo
flv mail (In advance) eneyear ft 00
HU tnonlba 1 Oo
Three moiillii ft)
To chili of Urn and over (por copy) I Ut
I'oataL'v In all raae prepaid.
Ktratinacrtloii. per aquara f 1 00
Htiboauentliiiertio!iH, per qiurv ; 50
Kor one week, per aqtuire a Oil
K.inerul notice j mi
Ohltimriu and reanlutlona paNoed hy no- letlea
ten tu tit per line.
lluatliH and inurrlRyea free
Klritlnor1inn, per aquaro 1 1 00
BuhiMiii!!it Inanitions s
Klcht line of aolld n(inpamlleontltuteatinare.
UiHplttyed advurtlaernenl will la charged ai-.aonl-in;
to the iiwe occupied, at above rate there be
Intf twnlve lluea of aolld type to the Inch. i
To repUr advertlaor w offer inperior Induce
ment, both a to rate of charifca and manner of
Q.p playing their favor. ,
Thl paper may he found on ale at Oeo. !. Howell
ft Co.'t Newapapor AdvertialtiK Uareau, (10 Spruce
in-.it whore advertlln contract may be made
f r It In New York.
Communication nnon tubjecta of general Intercut
to the public are at all tlino acceptable, Kelected
in uiuacrtpt will not be returned.
f.uttcr and communication ahould be addreaaed
"K. A. Ilumett Cairo Illitiola "
LOCAL WEATHER KKI'uKT.
Hioi Omni, (
CAiao, III.. May 1:, ixtfl f
Time. Hr. Ther. Hum Wind. Vl Weather.
t a.m .Hi-,'1
' " I.S1
'i p.m :i.i:i
M-iiiimim Tcinperatore. riT ktlnlmura Tern
poratureT'i : Knln 0 Inch,
hiver, : feel 0 inclic. Full i Inche.
W. U. KAY,
utu' Sli;nal Corpi. V. H. A.
Tlic Will Kyle pasiuid upfur Cinciniiuti
at noon ytctenlay.
The Clmrlus Morgan will be here at noon
to-iluy fur New Orleans.
The Gul.l Dust ami John P.. Msule will
be up tor St. Louis to iluy.
The Silvt-rtlinrn went lo Ncr Madrid
yesterday, ami had n f,"Hid trip.
The City of Helena WHi well hmded for
Vicksbtir', and mailt niec nd.lition here.
The City of Alton addud lilx rally here,
and left with a good trip at seven lust
rilly JohtiHon, formerly second clerk ot
the City of (ireenville, is now one of the
clerks mi the Cily of Helena.
The young ladp s of the temperance club
are making arrangements fur an excursion
on tin. Three States, to take placo during
the present full moon.
A careful examination of the log lmok ol
the Alton, in solo charge of Mr. Mason, the
clerk, fuilcd to divelopc the slightest In
formation regarding the Springer's run, or
when Hnd where she was last seen. A
page of the journal con.iidi-rably mutilated
and blurred, was subjected to severe mi
crbpoic scrutiny, which divulged certain
notations s reprehensible as to leave no
doubt as to the total depravitj of the wri
ter. This page was evidently written un
der a heavy pressure of excitement occa
sioned by the rapidity with which the Or
phan liny scooted by, and of course enti
tled to such consideration as the occasion
would seem to demand. It is to be hoped
that this matter will l-ccoine extinct ere the
return of Mr. Mason, us it is always to be
desired that diaagreehle truths should be
promptly disposed of, and buried at what
'Women Xovcr Think."
If the crabbed old bachelor who uttered
this sentiment could but witness the intense
thought, deep study and thorough investi
gation of women in determining the best
medicines to keep their families well, and
would note their sagacity ami wisdom m
selecting Hop Hitters as the best, and de
monstrating it by keeping their familes in
perpetual health, at a mere nominal ex
pense, he would bo forced to acknowledge
that Mich sentiments are baseless and false,
A9 being a certain cure lor the worst forms
dyspepsia, indigestion, constipation, impur
ity of blood, torpid liver, disordered kid
neys, etc., and as a medicine for eradicating
every species of humor, lrom an ordinary
pimple to the worst ulcer, HcnnocK Ihmn
liiTTiciiB Btanil unrivaled. Price if 1.00, trial
si.e 10 cents.
Mothers ! Mothers ! ! Mothers I ! !
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating paiu of cutting
teeth? If so, go nt once and'get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothinpr Syrup. It will
relievo the poor little sufferer immediately
-depend upon it; there is no mistako
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it. who will not tell you
at onco that it will regulate tho bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating liko ma'ic.
It is perfectly salo to use In all cases, and
pleasant to tlio tuste, ami is tho prescrip
tion of one of tho oldest nud best femalo
physicians and nurses in tho Uuitod States.
Hold everywhere. 25 cents a bottlo.
P. A. Scratch, druggist, Ruthven, Ont.,
writes: "I havo the ureatost conOdonco In
your Bcudock HbOOD BiTUKna. . Ia one
caso with which I am personally acquainted
their success was almost Incrodible. , One
lady told nio that half a bottlo did her uioru
good than hundreds of dollars' worth of
medicino alio had previously taken," Prico
1.00, trial slzo 10 conta.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:'
While tho most of our traveling mon,
our commercial tourists, an tileo
Christian gentlemen, there is occasion
ally one that is as full of tho old Niek
as an egg at this time of tho year is
full of malaria. There was ono of
them stopped nt a country town a few
nighU ago whero there was a church
fair. , Ho is a blondo, good-natured
looking, serious chap, and having
stopped at that town every month for
a dozen years, everybody knows him.
Ho always chips in toward a collection,
a wake or a rooster light, and the town
swears by him. He attended tho fair,
and a jolly little sister of tho church, ft
married lady, took him by tho hand
and led him through tho green fields,
where tho girls sold him ten cent
chances in sawdust dolls, and beaido
still waters, whero a girl sold him
sweetened water with a sour stomach,
for lemonade, from Rebecca's well.
Tho sister finally stood besido him
while tho deacon was reading off num
bers. They woro drawing a quilt, and
as tho numbers were drawn all were
anxious to know who draw it. Finally,
after several numbers were drawn, it
was announced by tho deacon that
number lifteen drew tho quilt, and the
little sister turned to tho traveller and
said, "My! that is my number. I havo
drawn it. What shall I do?" "Hold
up your ticket and shout keno," he
said. The little deaconess did not stop
to think there might bo guilo lurking
in tho traveling man, but being full of
joy at drawing the quilt, and iee-cream
because tho traveling man bought it,
sho rushed into tho crowd toward tho
deacon, holding her number, and
shouted so they could hear it all over
the house, "kenol" If a bank had burst
in the building there couldn't havo
been so much astonishment The dea
con turned pale and looked at his poor
littlo sister as though she had fallen
from grace, and all the church peopla
looked sadly at her, whiln tho worldly
minded pcoplo snickered. Tho little
woman saw that 6ho had. got her foot
Into something, and askod tho traveling
man what keno meant. He said ho
didn't know exactly, but ho had always
seen pooplo, when they won anything
at that gamo, yell ''keno." Sho isn't
exactly clear yet what kono is, but sho
says she has sworn off taking advico
from pious looking traveling men.
They call her Little Keno now.
In a Philadelphia pantomimic piay a
coach is drawn on tho stage by live
horses, two wheels come off, and tho
upset throws the passengers, who are
skilled acrobats, into grotesque atti
tudes in all directions.
Tho marriage of Lord prokc, M. P.,
heir of the earl of Warwick, and Miss
Maynard, the beautiful heiress whom
the gos-dp betrothed not long ago to
Prince Leopold, is fixed to Lake place
soon at Westminster abbey.
America boosts of the biggest father
in existence in the person of John Heff
ner, of Heading, Pa.', who emigrated
from Germany in 1851. Iiy three wives
in Germany and America lie has had no
less than forty-one children.
Mr. Henry Villard, who is trying to
obtain control of tho Northern Paeilic
Railroad, was formerly an army cor
respondent of the New York Tribune.
Ho married a daughter of William
Lloyd Garrison, the great anti-slavery
Col. K. G. Ingersoll said in a lecture
in New York: "My tears aro not shed
in St. Petersburg, but in Siberia,"
from which it may be inferred that the
Czar's sudden taking off didn't afflict
Uobert to any great extent.
Five generations of one family live in
MadUon, Wis. They arc Mrs. Wallace,
aged 7o Mr-;. Langdon, her daughter,
aged 55; Mrs. Lewis, great-granddaughter,
aged 18; and an infant great-great-grand-child.
Few cities in America aro more in
fested with beggars than Washington.
Tho polico are making nn effort to rid
the streets of mendicants, ami all vag
rants arrested are sent to tho Washing
ton Asylum, where they will be put to
Thomas Jefferson was tho only skep
tic in the line of American Presidents;
only two of them, Washington and Gar
field, havo been communicants. Jack
son Was a Presbyterian, and Harrison,
Polk and Grant were all Methodists and
tho rest belonged to different denomina
tions. Mr. Henry (). Tift, revenue- boatman
nt Newport, It I., is probably tho oldest
man in tho rovenuo servico in tho coun
try, being 80 years of age. He has
been in the servico thero for more than
half a century, and is ttill an efficient
Henncnway, ono of tho most stirring
Methodist exporters in Massachusetts,
has gone to the Penitentiary for steal
ing a bag of corn, Ho conducted ids
own defence in court, and made a
fervid appeal to tho jurors, but they did
A fashionablo young woman of Gales
burg, 111., has undertaken alono to ro
form tho mon of that town. Sho enters
tho saloons, gambling houses, and oth
er low resorts at lato hours, ofton sur
prising her malo acquaintances, with
whom she then pleads and prays.
Two Cambridgo letter carriers, mom
bors of churches and possessing high
reputations, havo been dismissed from
their places and aro to bo prosecuted
for stealing fancy advertising cards
from letters.. Tho plunder was of slight
valuo, and was taken to add to chil
Mr. Yoshida, thrfJapancso Minister,
is a devoted art student, and has a for
est scono on exhibition at the Academy.
Ho is considered an amateur artist ot
Sromiso. It is said since the day of Sir
ohn F. Crampton, the English Minis
tor, wo havo had no diplomat who could
uso tho pencil with equal facility.
A Mississippi plantor wanU'd td turn
his land into a stock farm. His neigh
bors, who stick to cotton, applied to a
court for an injunction to restrain him
from crowing grass-seed, on tho ground
that tho grass would sprond over ad
joining plantations ami unlit tho ground
for cotton. Tho injunction was grant-
Messrs. Gilbert and Sullivan's now
"rrotta mentioned by tho London
World is advancing rapidly. Two
nooU play tho most prominent part; a
high-flown poet, and an idyllloono who
gives details about sweet Jano and tons
ing Tom, and mnkos a rliymo on "to
tally," worthy of Gilbert.
Alb MEIUC1NKS ADVKMTSKD JN TU IS PAi-EllAlM
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FREE OF COST.
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, Coughs and Colds, Asthma, Uronchtis,
etc., is given away in trial lnittlcs free of
cost to ihe afflicted. If you have a severe
cough, cold, ditllculty ol breathing, hoarse
ness or any affection of the throut or lungs
by all means give this wondeiful rcniody a
trial. As you value your existence you can
not afford to let this opportunity pass. We
could not afford, and would not give this
remedy away unless wc knew it would ac
complish what wo claim for it. Thousands
of hopeless cases have already been com
pletely cured by it. There is no medicine
in the world that will cure one-half the
cases that Dr. Ivinir's New Discovery will
cure. For sale by Geo. E. O'Hara, druggist,
tiuro, Illinois. (ii)
Hope On, Hope Ever,
No matter what the ailment may be, rheu
matism, neuralgia, lameness, asthma, bron
chits if other treatments have failed
hope on 1 go at once for Thomas' Eeleetric
Oil. It will secure you immediate relief.
Paul G. Schuh, agent.
C'AXCEn. No knife. No Pain. No
Sickness. No Fearful Treatments. Treat
ment is free Go or send to Dr. Kline, !):U
Arch St., Thiladfl, Pa.
pOLUMIJUS, HICKMAN, NEW MAD-
RID AND TI PTONVI LLE.
M. J. TURNER, Master.
J. K. MUSE, Clerk.
".Leave Cairo every Tneadav and Friday for the
abiive point. For freight or na-iini'e applv to
Cilice. Cor. MxtU and Ohio Levee.
UIS KO EI I LEU.
At I'hil Howard' old Hand,
THK BEST OF FRESH MEAT OK ALL KINDS
alway on band In larirc q uai. title, ami cup
id led to ateamlioat at all hour. John l.lmlc, well
knnwn to river men, will be found alioard all boatr
to take order for meat.
TARRANT'S SELTZER APERIENT
May properly bo called tho "Ilerctile" of nielli
cltiu, for It cleaiiKC Nature's ausuan tblea, and
al low the recuperative power of the system to do
tbewnrk of restoration to health. No medicine
cure; Nultirealonu cure, ibi Aperient open
the proper avenue, tho Inactions are permitted to
renuine their wo k. and the pnih nt gut well.
HOLD IIY ALL DKHiUlSTS.
Y'niiii'r- Man Lcurn Teleirmpliyl Ham flu
UUllfl iUtll w jinn a month. Graduatei
guaranteed pnylng ollices. Addrc Valentine
llroa., Janeaville, Win.
P-l lllTkl'lll't forxdvertlwrs. loo p .Re, 25 cents
AGENTS-1"0 SELL tllls he M"1 Vll,i
WAN i'jiU) bio Slnj-lu Volume ever publia'd
A Would of KnowlkimiH. collected totether In
One Volume, containing over K,um KKrnttKNOK to
!hu moid Important matter of Interest in the world.
The moot lutretlnit and useful hook ever com-
plied, covering almost theuntlru Held of Learulue;.
A liirxu Imndsnmo octavo volume, M.'i panes, pro
fusely Illustrated. -l'rice. :,r. Just puhllslicd,
and now In It seventeenth edition. Tin only
hook oriTuKlNii. Htireucce to every Agent
who take It. Sold only by subscription.
i imse wisiiing to necomo A pen is, adores lor
Descriptive Circular and extra Inrma.
O. W. OARLKTON CO., I'ublhjlmr, N.Y.CIty
T I TVfT "TvYotiraulvo hy making mon
1I I J I I l''y w hen a golden chance I
""I 11 1 I I I oll'i'n'd, thereby ulwayt
I IJj IJ I keeping poverty from your
-m-m-M-m-- ,oor. Those who nlway
lake advantairn of tho cooil
chance for making money that arooll'ered, general
ly uucome weaitny, wmie inoe who no not im
prove nch chance remain in poverty. Wu want
miwiv mon, women. bnvaud ulrlstodo work foru
right In their own localities, The business will
my more than ten tune ordinary wage, no
'urnlsli an etnensunslvu on tilt and all that yntl
need free. No one who engage fall to make
money rapidly. You can devote your wkolo time
to the work, or only your ipnru moment. Full
Information and all that is needed sent free. Ad
drrs 8TINHON A CO., Portland, Italuo,
0UNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
Vulcan Iron Works
9 OHIO LEVEE. CA1110. II JA
JOHN T. RENNIE
H AVI NO established work! at tlio above men
tioned Place I better Prepared than ever Air
DiannfacttirliiK Steam Knglnu and Mill Machinery.
Having a Steam Hammer and ample Tools, the
manufacture of all kind of Machinery, Kail road,
Steamboat and llridge Forging made a specially.
Kapr-clal attention gWcn to repair of Knglnu and
lira fasting of all kind made to nrdot
Plpo Flttltm In all ita branches.
MAY ' 1 14,' ) V881.
) HIMMM T UM
Worth Its Weight m Gold.
TPV i JXw1!1
Xll l f iiiSJN A JiL
It NEVEJi FAILS to
Sold by nil Druggists.
Go to PAUL G. SCnUH, Druggist,
ues. ror linghtness and durability
IMiunds, price 15 cents.
THOMAS' ECLECTRIO OIL
miwr If V'v WAVtStI nnd Colds '
TRY VWs f
it for mvmimuA am croup
Used and approved by the leading PHYSI-
uiajvs of EUROPE and AMERICA.
Tho most Valuable
w- mm mr m. m m aTTTi aaw
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8S3N DISEASES. BHT.mwTTSnr'
catarrtt. HKMnnswoTTia r ai..
. . Concrha. Coldi. Sore Throat Cronn
rTTy them. 25 and 60 cent sizes
tBBAKD MEDAL AT THE PHILADELPHIA. -." I ''"" A o-
jtlLYKB MEDAL AT THft PAHIS EXPOH1TION. C0LGAT&C0.,N.Y.
V A-SEIjINJfi SOI
THREE T00LC03IBIiED FOR $5.00
CHENEY ANVIL & VISE CO.,
For sale by C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of tho Unitctl States.
lcJO BROADWAY ISTKAV YOKK
W. N. CRAINE, Oeneral Maniwr for IllinoN, Iowa, Nelinwka, and tho
TprrltoriPR, IHIt Dearborn Street, Cliiraaro.
33. A. BTJ1WBTT. Agent.
C)rnpr Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois
. p ' . 'ft v x
a ( tat, t Trunin wn
OTHER liEMEDIES FAIL
OTJI ER REM EDJKS FAIL
TRICE H) cents and $1.00.
Cairo, Ilfs?, for Mrs. Frcemnns' New National
of color aro mieouidled. Color from 2 to 5
sold hy UABCLAY RR0TIIERS
Article from Dura
Vaseline inch at
Vaseline Cold Cream,
vaseline Camphor Ice,
Vaseline Toilet Boaps,
mrw .pnw g may auauar aata.
and Dinhthnria ate
An aetreable form of tak
of all our goods,
ing vaseline interaaHT.
AC flAttHlfl m MMW
aawWr XI II II
- f II XI II al -il
aai av v mm mm
awawK. ' aW MM
- l Y BARCLAY BROTHERS
An Anvil with face 3(.JxH Inche. chill-hanlened and
polished: a parallel Vise with 4-lnrh steel faced law that,
open 7 inche : nnil on AiljtiHtablo Vsothat. will hold ar
ticles whose sld- nro not parallel, a shown in rut. It la
urn i .uiin-r nnil loiise-noiiier rrienil, luinlshilig con
venlenci for ilolnu Iota of odd job that coat time and
money to hire done. Sold hv all lending wholealo
hoiiHi , and Iiy retiiller tit Hardware or Agrlcnltnral Im
pleiii 'iit, but If your ih nler ha not yet got them lu
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