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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1881.
MRS! LYDIA' P.' P1NKHAMI
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
Thn Po.ltlv f'nrg
For all Femalo Complaints.
ThU preparation, h IU name tlRiunoe, eouUrtt of
Vegetable Prupcrthie that are uarnike to the moat del
into Invalid. L'pun one trial the merit of thla Com
pound will be recovtUied, a relief U Immediate i and
heo IU one la cmUnuwt, In ninety-nine cu-i In a hua.
drad,aponnam'Utcun.Ueffetod)aathnuBaxida will t
tlf jr. On acouant of IU proven merit., It It to-day re
eunnuandrd and preecrlbed lijt tbe beat pbyalclani In
It will cure entirely the wont form of falling
of the utenu, Uueorrho, Irregular and painful
MouitnuUlon, all Orarlan TrrmU-, Inflanuoatlon and
Ulceration, Flooding, all Istuptacementi aod Ilia con
awjueot iplual weakness, and la repeclaDy adapted to
tbe Change of Ufa. It will dlavilr. and exprl tumora
from the nterueln an early te of development. The
tendency to eanreruua bumora there la checked very
Ipeedlly by Ita uae.
In fart It baa prored to be the treat
eat and beet remedy that baa ever been dlacofer
ad. It permeate every portion of tbe synum. and irl"
oew life and vigor. It rerun, fain tueu.fUtulency, de
stroy, all Taring for atljnulaiita,and relieve weeks,
f tbe etomarb
ft curve Moating, Ilradarhea, iforroiia Prostration,
Oeneral liebUltjr.SluFpkaanuM, Ipniton and Indl
ejeatloo. That feeling of urarlng down, rawing pain,
weight aad backache, la alway permanently cured by
Iteuee. It will at all time, and under all ctrronvtaa
eaa, art In harmony with tbe law that govern the
for Kidney Complaint of either vi t liia compound
Lydia t. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound
La prepared at tH and W Weab-rn Aeiiue. Lynn, MaM.
ITkelLW. Sli brill? fur A00. Sent by mail In the)
form of pill, alao In the form of Iin-nee. on rwrl
of price, 1.00, per boi, fur either. Kn. 1'lNaUUH
freely aoiwvra all Irtun of Inquiry, bind for pun
phlet addraea at alre .Vnftoa Ihli ;i;cr.
Xo family liould be without LYDIA E. FINK HAM'
UV!l P11JA They cure Conrtlpatlon, EUlouamia
aad Tucwdltr of the IJtct ! ceate per box.
KICIIARDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholeiale awa! for LYUIA E. 1'INKIIAM'rS
LYDIA E. PINKIIAM'S COMPOUND
S.il.1 by I1AUCLAY MIOTIIEKS.
IJ t riVrV OUliANS. U StuTfl 5 Set
II hi A I I ;..!di-n Touim Herds, only
-a. j.r, A'ldf.w Dinicl K. licall).
Wafhiucton, N. .t.
MAKE HOME IVautil'al.s,
Kravlntr. C'hulce nihjccta . Iwi-1 lirtnu. hi-tul
rnrC'alttlo-ii-audtprl'-.- li . Al.liSTrt WANTKI).
Ail'Irt J. Mi CUtDY X CO., l-hllad.-ljiliia. I'a.
TAN IT E
Km Saw Milli", FiniDilrlci"
ami Machine biuf.
Ku rclrcnlara eiidiraa
I THE TiJANl'l'E (0.
Moiri.' Co. , I'a
8 0 ID MEDAL AWARDER
tite Author.A a.vuwKrwii Hml
Ical Wof a,wrrDtrd the ImwI oud
chnapeM, indni-HDalile an wry
nian-nlHlwi "tne 8cieniof lufe
or.rU.)I Pr'rrik.n j" hound in
finMt fn-nch nmtlin.etnti.ex'd.
ail enfrTinit, 16 prraenp.
Ui'na,Jn-tre only tl-emt by
tend now.Amlrtwa l'arKwiy
Geo Woods & Co.'s
O r g ft n S
QUALITY OF TONE,
Beautiful )usical Effect
Strength ami Puruhility!
13oauty of Design
Tlicywllloutlni't all common, chonp. Ornan,
wlnlu tliulr tinif U-til nnil meclmuicHt qiittlil'' cum
nifmltlK'intoullwIiowUU it (triclly Ult;h grailo
Aironts wantfil in thin vicinity.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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Uargewt Ciroulation of any Daily In
Otlfn llullbtlo BuIIiIIdk, WiuhinKton Avena
Daily (dcllrered by carrion) pr week 25
Ht mall (Id advauco) out year 10 UU
Mil mouth 5 00
Three mouth iSU
Una mouth 1 00
tty mall (In advauct;) ue year t 2 00
Mil luoutlia 1 On
Tbroe montlm 50
To club of t!D and over (per copy) I S11
t'oUue In all eaei prepaid.
A d v t r t i I n k lluteai
Klrat Inaertloii. tier anoara 1 1 00
HubaoqDKiitliiaurtiona, peraquare 50
rur uuu wei-K, per ruare 3 uo
Kdiieral uotlco 1 (10
Obltaarti- and ruaolutlom paed liy aOi.lctle
tencoute rr Hue.
Deatlm anil mnrrlnue free
rirat liincrtion, per aquare $ 1 00
ujiewjuiiii iuai;niona oi
KiKht lluea of solid nonpareil conatltDtvaiqQare.
Uieplayiid advertUemunl will lie charged accord-
mi? lo the f pace occupied, at above ratea there be
ing twelve lluea of solid type to the inch.
To ri'ifulnr aflvortlm.T we oiler annerlor Induce-
meola. tioth aa U ratea of charge and manner ol
d yilaylnjf their favor
atrwti where afivertlalne contract may be made
Communiratioii anon alilectof eneral Intere!
to the public are at all time acceptable. Rejected
m inucrldi' will not be returned.
Letter and communication should be kddreaied
E A. Burnett Cairo Illiuoi "
1 paper may lie found on Hie at Ueo. P. Ro
' NvwHpai'cr Advertiaiug Ilareau, (10 Hpi
f r It In New York
LOCAL VVEATHBK KKPOKT.
Ciian, I))., liny IK, 1881
Wind. Ve Weather
Muxltnma Temperature. Vj" Minimum Tern
p riitnreo 1 ; Rnln 0 incbe.
Knur, 3S feet 0 luclie. Fall ifi lncht.
W. U. RAY,
Serif't Signal Coro. C. 8, A.
The Gulilcn Rule is Ktill over duo.
Tlio Colnrailo will be down to night for
The Silvertliorn went to New Minlrid
Tin; A'inie P. Silver j):tssi;tl up for St.
Ijtiia nl :j j-fatcr-liiy a. in.
The W. P. ll.illi.lity is the next Anchor
Line bout for New OrleuiiH.
The Jitnies I). Parker left for Memphis
at noun yesterday. She li'id alight trip.
The City of Providence had a lifjht trip
for Vicklmr,'. She added liberally here.
The Fowler had the usual trip from Pad
ucuh, including the regular beer order for
The Guiding Star lias (.'one to the bunk
at Cincinnati, and will be sold by the court
on the 25th.
Capt. Charles Durland behaved admira
bly a, the Carnival last night, and display
ed talent of considerable magnitude.
The City of Greenville cleared up the
lust of the St. Louis pig metal, and Cum
berland river is once iignin felicitious.
The ahcrilTof New Madrid county was a
pasSfiiL'er on the Ste. Genevieve to St.
Louis. Ho reports that the three
outlaws who escaped from the
slienfTs nossc some time ajro
have not been captured yet.
The Ste Genevieve added largely of St
Louis way freight, and left at uoon yester
day, with her office loaded down with
flowers contributed by the many young
lady friends of Mr. Massengale, w ho live at
New Madrid. John'e a masher.
The Grand Opera House boat Champion
No. 0 was showing at Carson's Ldg. below
Memphis when the City ot Greenville passed
up a few days ago. It was understood she
would exhibit at Friar's Point, and then
como through to Cairo without landing.
Kor all aoliller dlMibled In U. 8. rvlco, anil for
lielr of (lcceaacd noldlor",
x INCREASED PENSION.
For lolillers who, rati of ptiimlon In too low,
Duo all aoldior (llaclmrunil for wouudK or other
Injury (not dlneaKi'), who huvu fulled U wcolvo .
COPIES OF LOST DISCHARGES
Nudtwo-cpntaUmri for blank and "circular
or liuiirmutlou Mo
ST0DDA1VT & CO.,
Solicitor of clulina, Room 8, HI. Cloud llillhllnu,
Cornwell's System of Dress
LADY CANVAKNKHH and LOCAL AOKNTH
WANTED RVEItY W11KUIC. Aueiita nnvor full In
anil till method. Homo innkov5n pur wuuk, 'I'hl
ta the only ytum lu tlio world with a ahnuldur
meamirc. aud a uerlecl rulo for iinrta, maklnu
ruirfunt Darmmit Without rutlltlllir. Hliniilu to
earn, and worth a hundred dollar lo every lewlntf
machine owner, wimi inuy win inue inn Kimry
Beud for term. lV.'H wannii avu., v iucuku,
"I Don't Want that Staff."
Is what a lady of Boston said to her hus
jand when he brought home some medi-
iuc to cure her of sick headache and neu
ralgia which had made her miserable for
fourteen years. At tlio nrst attacK tnereai
ter, it was administered to her with such
rood results, that she continued its use un
til cured, ami mauu so euinusiasuc in us
raise, that she induced twenty-two ot the
best families in her circle to adopt it as
their regular family medicine. That "stuff"
is Hop Bitters. Standard.
"I have used Burdock Blood Bitters with
great benefit for indigestion and constipa
tion of the bowels." C. L. Easton, Hamil
ton, Out. Prico f 1.00, trial size 10 cents
l'I!T IT TO PROOF.
At a tinio wlien tlio community is ifliodet
with so many unworthy devices am
concoctions, it is rut rushing
(1ml something that is beneficial
anil pure. So conscious nro the propric
tors of Dr. King's New Discovery tor the
CoiiHiuniitK.il , ot tlio worth of their reinc
dy, they offer all who desire, a trial bottle
. ... riM.!.. i i.. I 1
jreo oi cuarge. una certainly wotnu uo
disastrous to them Uia not tho remedy nos
sessthe rum arkable curative powers claimed
Dr. King s New Discovery lor tho Con
Hiimntinn will positively euro asthma, bron
chitis. stubborn coughs, colds, phthisic,
quinsy, hoarseness, croup, or any affection
of tho throat or lungs. As you value your,
.iHtimr.o L'ivo this wonderful remedy atrial
by calling on Geo. E. O'llara, Druggist
Cairn, Ills., and obtaining a trial bottle frco
of charge, or regular sized bottles,! 1.00.(1)
. Mrs. Belgfriod, Marion, O., sayt Thomas
Eclectrio Oil was tnumpnani in nor case
sho used it for a sevore cold ami pain in
side, and was relieved m a tew minutes,
Of the lifty eight men who framed
the Constitution and declared tho inde-
penduueo of Texas, March '2, IMG, ono
still living, Dr. Chits. It. Stewart, of
Most of tho heathen temples In Siam
are going to decay, and there are only
ono-fourth as many Buddhist priests in
liangKOK, tho capital, as there were
thirty years ago.
Thn grutnut liunl to folirht," says Pat,
"HtirrliiK the iikId, la tho duck;
Ho huit a foluu Iiiiko bill to peck,
And pllnly of rule IriHb pluck.
And thin, (1 yo inlnil, tho fill he hHi,
Hbow me tho fowl upon two li'ira
Thut's ablo fcr lo thrip blin up'."
Tho late Fernando Wood was an act
or fifty years ago. It is discovered that
ne qmi me proiession atiout rM, wuno
ho was iilnviiiir at the old Marshall
Theatre, Riehmond, Va., as a member
of Richardson's Traveling Combination.
At parties and receptions in Florence,
according to a correspondent, "there Is
seldom a mirror before which a belle
can pose and exasperate her escort by
detaining him In the draughts of tho
corridor to take tho chances of catching
a severe cold. '
Gen. Logan is fond of showing two
card photographs of his only grandson.
In ono he is sitting on liw father's knee,
with his two grandfathers and two great
graiuilatners bcsldo him. In the other
io sits on his mother's knee, and is sur
rounded by his two grandmothers and
his two great grandmothers.
In some of tho rural districts of Italy
lover who wishes to make a declnra-
lon ol ins passion places roso loaves
before tho door of the lady. If sho
rejects them she sweeps them away,
but if she accepts him tho roso leaves
The following is placarded in tho the
atre at Durango, Col.: "Frum and after
this date all persons who wish to gain
admittance to tho auditorium of tlio
Coliseum must leave their weapons at
the front liar, where checks will be giv
en for them."
A woman writes to tho Cincinnati
Entnurer that she doesn't like the Rus
sian bath, because she "can't see the
fun of being laid on a marble slab and
scrubbed, kneaded, slapped and dented
from head to foot by a woman so stal
wart that one can't get quite out of
the suspicion that sho is a man in dis
Mount Baker, W. T., has shown slight
symptoms of volcanic activity for sev
eral years. An unmistakable eruption
is now in progress, causing some little
consternation among the scattered set
tlers of that region. The display of
fire and smoke is said to be magnificent
as seen from Upper Summas, about lii-
ty miles distant.
h: urosny has for tinny years occu
pied himself with a study of the nation
ality of street beggars in uw iorK,
and has during all that time failed to
discover among them a native Ameri
can. He says that be once devoted a
whole month to inquiries of this char
acter, personally hunted up hundreds
of cases and found the petitioner in
each case "a liar and a foreigner."
The majority of the women in com
mitting suicide take poison, while only
a very small portion ol them m in zso
shoot themselves or cut their throata.
Men do not liko to poison themselves.
Tho deaths of men from gunshot
wounds are sixteen times thoso of
women, from the razor over four times
ns many, and from the rope nearly five
Gambetta, when presiding in the
French Chamber of Deputies, always
keeps a glass of red w ino on one side
of his desk and what appears to bo a
glass of lemonade. Ho drinks from
ono or tho other every few minutes.
Besides this occupation, ho is ringing a
big bell or rapping with a heavy paper
cutter every minute or two, to keep the
noisy Deputies in order. Ho has an opera-glass
on his desk, and now and then
takes a long and sweeping look into the
A Shocking Scandal.
Virginia City Ctamnlck'.
An incident occurred on one ol tne
psidoneo streets of this citv recent.
ly that would shako Carson to ita
foundations, and which has even made
n. stir In the neii'hborhood which was
the scene of its happening. A news
paper man is writing a story wnicn nas
for its heioino ono of his old llames,
who had tho good luck to escape marry
ing him. His wifo at tho breakfast
table, was insisting that sho herself
should bo introduced in tho work of
fiction n n ilinrtnlncr creature. Thn
husband demurred, saying his imagina
tion was not equal to mo tasic. ihe
jocular dobate was carried to tho door
when he was leaving for the office.
His wife stepped out and cried after
liim as ho readied the sutewaiK:
"Well. I shall insist upon your mar
rying mo in inoenu.
ALLMEDiCINE8 ADVERTISED IN THIS PA PEItTllIOLTniY GKQ. E. O'HAKA
JL jLt "yr " " "
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:;::::::::::J'IM1'LKS AND DL0TCIIES:::::::::::::::::: LIVER COMPLAINT
A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. JNeglect frequently re
sult in an Incurable Lung disease or Con
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the iiiHain-
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Astiinia. lironclntis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been,
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies of tho age. Sold at 2" cents a
To all who are suffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth.nervous weakness,
any derav, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will cure you, free of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
liy a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Intnan, Station D, New York City.
Cancer. No knife. No Pain. No
Sickness. No Fearful Treatments. Treat
ment is free. Go or send to Dr. Kline, 9:H
Arch St., Philads, Pa.
flOLUMBUS, HICKMAN, NEW MAD-y-
RID AND TIPTONVILLE.
M.J. TURNER, Master.
J. K. ML'SE, Clerk.
Leave Cairo evcrv Tuesday and Friday for the
above point. For 'frctuM or rwiBe M'P'T to
(.iftlce. cor. hlxtli and Ohio Levee.
ST KA M HO AT
At Phil Howard'- old Hand,
TUB BEST OP FRESH MEAT OF ALL KINDS
1 alwava on hand In laree anai.tlHe, ai.d sup
plied to steamboat at all hour. John (tlude, weal
knrtwn to river men, w ill be found aboard all bout
to take orders for meat.
"Couldn't think of such a thing, my
dear," responded the heartless man,
buttoning his coat and striding away.
ll'l l. .. I ft t.x..n l.t
it lieu nu leuiiiimi at iiuuu iui uia
lunch tho partner of his poverty was in
the lowest stage of depression and
eady to weep on the smallest induce
"What's tho matter, doveyP" coood
the moldcr of public opinion.
"Matter?" whimpered dovev. "mat-
tor enough, plague take it. When you
went away mis morning ana l canon
after you that wretched story-1 didn't
see until you had gone that Mrs. Jones
had her head out of the window, and
Mrs. Brown on tho other side was
sweeping off her porch. Both of 'cm
looked at mo with eyes liko saucers, and
1 was confused when it flashed upon
mn what thnv must think that I hlushed
up to tho roots of my bang and rushed
Into thn houso. It wasn't ten minutes
till I saw Mrs. Jones I was looking
through tho blinds till I saw Mrs.
Jones glide into Mrs. Brown's, and she
stayed there for an hour. It is sure to
bo all over town tlmt wo'ro not mar
ried." Tho bruto of a husband laughed and
then tho storm boat upon tnat nouso.
i a rainy morning a small boy who
Has exhausted all his excuses for not
I- .. .1 ..l.nnl
j'uiutij( in un nppoaiaiicu m dvuwi,
nnona t.lin ilimi' nn.l snva tn tlm ustotl-
ninslor, "Sir, my nia says I can t
to school to-day it's raining too
i ENERAL DELIVERY open i :3U a.m.; cloe
J :wp.m.; Sunday : 8 to H a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.j closes
t i p. m
Through Express Malls via Illinois Central 4 mu
Miselpilppl Central Railroad close at 9 p. ni.
Cairo and Poplar Bluff Through and Way Mall
:loi at 1 p. m.
Wav Mall via Illinois Central, Cairo and Vin
:eiitirs and Mississippi' Ceutral Railroads close at
iM p. m.
Wky Mall for Narrow Gauge Railroad closes at
4:30 , m.
('Hirnar.d Evausvllle River Route closes at
p. m. daiiy (except Friday).
Mayor N.B. Thistlewood.
Treanurer Edward Dczoula.
Clerk Dennis. J, Foley.
Connsulor Win. B. Gilbert.
Marshal-"!. H. Robinson.
Attorney William Ilendricks.
BOAUl) Or ALllKllMSX.
First Ward M. J Howley. Peter Saup.
Second Ward-David T. Linear. .Icsso HlnUle.
Third Ward-Egbert Smith. B. F, Blake.
FourVward-Charles O. Patler, A.lolph Swo-
ooda. ... I) ..4 I S
Fifth Ward T. W. ualliuay, itrnest . nu
Circuit .Indue D. ! Baker.
Circuit Clerk A. 11 Irvlu.
County Jud(oK. S Yocum.
County Clera-S. J. Hiimm.
County Attorney J. M. Dnmrnn.
Countv Trcaaiirur Miles W. Parker,
lilieiiir John Hodaes.
l oroner-R. Flt.iserald.
I'.immls oners-T. W Hallway, J. A.
(ilbbs aud Samuel Brlley.
I IU) B K PT HT . -Tern pe ra ico h all on Te n t h
3'sttcctrpreachlnit flr-t and third Sundays In
eac'. month, 11 a. tn. and 7:) P. m. i prayer moot
in Thursday, 7 : p. "j "Zll"
CliritCH OF THE REDEEMER (Episcopal)
Fourteenth street; Sunday Mornln prayer,
10:30 a. m.;evenlni prayer., 7:30 p. m.; Mutiuay
Jchooi 19 :S0 k. m. Friday evenlnn prayer 7:80 p. nt.
tJIRBT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIIURCU;
F Preachlnu at 10:30 a. n... 3 p. m., und 7:3 I n. m.
Sabbath school at 7:30 p. m Huv. T. J. Shores,
f CTIIERAN Thirteenth atruet; jerviees Hah
j bath l:il a. m.S Sunday school i p. m. Kcv.
METHODIST-Cor. Elehtb and Walnut stroets;
Preaehlnc Sabbath 10:.n a. ra. nd 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting, Wcdneaday 7:30 p. m.; Sunday
School, 8 a. m. Her. Whlttakor, pastor.
I Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:80 p. m.; lirayer
moetiiiK Wednesday at 7:3') p. in.; Sunday School
at S p. m. Rev. B. Y. Ocorio, pastor.
OT. JOSEPII'S-Roinau Catholic) Coruer Cross
J5 snd Walnut streets; services Sabbath 10 . .
m. ; Sunday School at 8 p. m. ; Vespers Jp. m.j ser
rices every day at 8 p. m.
ST. PATRICK'8-(Roman Catholic) Cornor Ninth
street and Washington vjuuej orylcoj Sub
oath 8 aud 10 a. m. ; Vespers 8 p. m. ; I "
i p. m. services every dayt 8 p.m. Rov. Miutenwn
jl (a Outfit sent free to thoso who wish to en
( - L. CKi In tho most ploaiant snd profitable
V r business known, Kverythliiff new.
1 iP I Capital not required. will furnish
f Jv-' everything, fios daysud upwards Is yet
IT easily mails, without staying sway from
homo over nlchl, No risk whstuvor. Many now
workrs woutud at onco. Many ro tnaklnu fort
unes I tho business. Ladlna make as much as
men, undvotintt hoys snd girls msReRreat pay. No
ono who Is willing to work fulls to makn more
monoy every day than can be made In t week at any
other employment. Those who engags at onee
will find a short road to fortune. Address II.
H ALLKTT A CO., Portlaud Maluo.
n i i
ic xi Kc ectnc
WoiiTii Its AVeigiit in Gold.
1VD V 1T WIIKN ALL OTHER REMEDIES FAIL I
I JV IT WHEN ALL" OTHER REMEDIES FAIL 1
It for COTIGT Ift nnrl Dolrl
m Dy J t lor CO UGH S mid Colds f
I IV 1 IT FOR DIPHTHERIA AND CROLlV I
IT FOR DH'HTHERIA AM) CROUP
It NEVER FAILS to (HVE SATISFACTION.
Sold by ull Druggists. WICK 511 cents and 81.00.
Go to PAUL G. SCH I'll, I)rU''L'ist, Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. r'retn.iiiis' Kew National
Dyes. For brightness and durability of color nre untdualled. Color from 2 to n
pounds, price 15 cents.
THOMAS' ECLECTRIO OIL sold by'RARCLAY BROTHERS
I Used and approved by the leading f I
CIANS of EUROPE and AMIRICAfJ I '.
Th moat Valuabl8-rJj I I II
i if ii :s
I 1 , W 1 1 al TMaa
I 1 Ml w
BOBES. CUTS. CHILBLAINS.
SKIN DISEASES, RH0MATISM.
CATABBH, HEMORRHOIDS, Etc. Also for
. . Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Croop and Diphtheria, etc
WTry them. 25 and SO cent sizes of all oar goods.
Articles from purs
Vaseline such as
Vaseline Cold Cream,
vaseline Camphor Ice.
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
are.eperlorle a; ilaular.eea,
An agreeable form of tak
ing Vaseline internally.
25 CENTS A BOX.
GBASD MEDAL AT THE rilIL.lDIJ.PIUA KX POSITION.
MLVKJl S1COAL AT TUt PAUIS EXPOSITION. C0LGA1E&C0..N.Y.
V A.S35LI!N"!K S()L1 iv rarclay iuiotiiers
THREE TOOLS COMBINED FOR $:.(o
An Auvll with fare :' i sS inches, chill-hardened and
puHchcd; n punillel Vim Hh 4-lnrli steel fiicedjuws Hint
open 7 Inches: ami an Adjustable V'se that will hold ar
ticles u hoso aid s are not parallel, a shown incut. Ills
CHENEY ANVIL & VISE CO.,
For sale by C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of the United States.
lO BKOADWA.Y NISW YORK
, W. N. CIIAINE, General' Manairer for Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and the
, Territories, wi Dearborn Street, Chicago.
K. "'A..1 BXJRNETT, Agent,
Criier Twelftu1 SU' and tVashinston Ave., Cairo, Illinois