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ssr cure 12a
Thok-aiiintf Mrjctiffujd nf iti.aHy tarvts Hat numt
dUan.e ru cmiccil )r iliforflnMu Kldm-y or l,lv.
er. if, therefore, the. Klilin)n ml I.ivir art: kpl m
purfitet oritur, pi'rffci liealth will ho tho remit.
I lili truth haa only hvcn knimu a aliurt luiu- and
fur yrara i-opl a ifl'orni) (Trent ai!my without lm
lniil totliid riflhrl. 'I ho dlfdivcry of Wnruur'ii
Haf lilduuy ami Liver Cure murke new rra lu
thu treatment of hvm truu'i . Mail" Irym a
Implt! tniili-al Jenf ul rare vmiKi. it ruiitnlnti Jnt
th ill .uifiita uwnTy t-i nourish unrt invl(.'orHl
Ixilh of Ihi'-o pri nt (ir me, i)l nfrly rttr mid
keep tin: in In order. It i a I'Ohl 1 1 VK HEM ROY
fur !l tin; ill eti: Hint cil pain In tint lower
part oft hi: Imiiy-liir Turpi I Mur llwulw In.-
Jan inline Dlxinw- rvrl Kctpt. AiMe - Maia
J in 1 Ki'vcr. and all (liflkullln of I lie Ki.t1.17n, 1.1 u-r
and I'rlnary Organ.
It liau rtcttlk'iit anla(i' rem 'flv for fema'ua dur
ing rri'sjriaiicy . It ill runlnil Meiii-truntlon nnd
I luvalnahlt! fur 1.0 cortlm-a or tailing nf the
Ah a Illood ParlOrr it la uriiiialel, for It emeu
thu urxii that mako the IiIihmI.
'It aav.:d my life K. . UMy. Kdma. AU
It In tho romedy that run; the many din
canei (Kxullar to vr mon."- Motln r a Magazine.
It ha pae:d i vi-re ti:ta ami won r-ntur(v
incut from ime of the hit'tuut mc'liml titic:it III
the rountry.'' New York World.
"No remedy herotoforr. rtlKcovered ran ! held
fur one mnm'-M iu romparifou with it "!!' v. (.'.
A. Harvey, 1) I) , Washington, . c.
Thu Remedy, whli h h done ueh wi.ml.r. I1
put up lu the LAK'.KST SM7.KI) llom.KM of nt.v
medicine upon to" market, and In ld hy dr.iyi,'it
ami all d- al'-r at ', tier lnjttl. Vur I i pi !. t .
ir.iimre for WAKN'KU S SAI'LLiIAriKrKM IT KB
It la I'OMTIVK H-medy.
II. II. M'AKNEK CO , U Khenter. N. Y.
MRS. LYOIA E. PiNKHAM!
CF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
The roltlve rcr
For all Female Complaints.
ThUm(rttn. a Ita am Uinlna, eoadMaol
Vtabkt rrvpritMW ttikt are bainiKiaa tu lb uu dJ
eat UiTalld. I' I'M one truJ ttM tmrtta of Xi.it Com
poood will be rwofibwl. an nrKf U Immediate ; and
whn ttaunlaoinltmied, In ninety nine raw In a ban.
dead, aparmanrnteurelirtTet'tedUiooauida will U
Utj. Oa arcouna ut it pruvra ruertta. It It to-day r
eomnvMided and prswrlbed by the txst phyatciane In
It will rare entirely the worrt form of Wllnf
of the nteroa, Iueorrho, ImirotaT and painful
Ursrtraatkm, all Ovarian Troutlea, lnflaimnaUon and
VWalUin, flofdln, all IHiplaarmrtita and the eon
wioenteptnal wknH,and la efpwlally aitaptnl to
tha Change of Ufa. It will dtwi Jve and ripH toavn
from the ntrnuln an early atae of development. The
tendency to caneeroui h amirs ttiere 1 r linked very
Ipredlly by Ita w.
In fart It haa provwi In be the greet
Mt nd best remedy that haa evr lieen dlaeover
ed. It permeaib every portion of the arKein, and vea
new llfeand 'ltTr. It remove faJiitiwM.rlatulttX'y, de
ttruya all er.vln for atlmulawa, aad relieve wtakniw
ef the atnmach
a, eurea IHoatlnir, Meadaeb, Krvi Prortratlon,
Ovnerml Debility. Slwplfwuneaa, Drprewion and Indl
t atloa, Tlmt feeling of bearing down, eauning pain,
vtlgbtand barkache,tali!'ayirrmanently cared liy
lUuee. ItwillataUUmi,anduniler&l rireamatan
eaa, act In harmony wfthtlm law that goverua the
for KMney Complaint of either fx thla rorapound
Lydia E. Pinkhani's Vegetable Compound
I prepared at ta and OS Wentern Avenne, I.ynn, Mm,
price 11.00. Six bottlea for t-VOO. Hi nt by mall in the
farm of pllhi, alao In the form of LoaiDKiw, on receipt
of price, fl.no, per hoi, for either. 11. IlXjf HAM
freely annwent all letter of Inqniry. 8'nd for im
phlet. Addreeaaaaliovo V-nllon Mia jier.
Mo family hould tie without LVPIA E. PINKHAM'
LiVnt PULLS. They cure Conrtlpto, CUIouanoaa
and Torpldlt r of the Liver S cent wr !.
VOli KALE I1Y UIlfUOlSTS.
RICIIA11D80N & CO., St. Louis, Mo,
Wholeaale Kni for LYDIA E. 1'INKIIAM'H
HANKY'S TIE AD R M AN U AI.S . - I'hIiiU.t.S'i cl a
Carpenter, 10. Watchmaktir, and .Joweler, r"
JUkur, W. Canilymukcr, Mi. Tn.xldermlt, M,
(illdur. K). Furniuiro and Cahlnet Klullnr, M,
Artlat. 51). Hoapmaker, as. Horao hoe,
AViwid enL'ravor. Of liMokocllura or hv miiil
JE.SSK II AN BY CO., 11! NuKnti alruet N. X,
To Nervous RullVrew-Tbe Great EuiopcHti Kt-tr
edv-I'r. J. H, 8lniisun sHiM'cillii Medlcim'
Dr. J.H. Klmpaon'a Upeclflc Mcdlcltic U poal
tlve euro for CDerniHtorrhea, lmpoleticy, enknei
and all dli'e reuliliipfrnm bclf-Abue. na Ncr
von Dohlllty, Irritability, Mental Aiuloty. Languor,
Laraittidn, j)praalonaol'Kplrii "'! ninrlmiinl do
..n.,m.,nlii nl'tha ervoll Kvatelll L'l'llerallV I'ttllK
in lVaeU rr Sldn. I f... of Meninrv. rrontallim Old
thutlcad to Con
ty and bu early
grave, or both,
rio matter how
nattered t b 0
yatum may bo
from etcuaaea of
nny kind, a abort
ronrae of thla modlclini will nwtoro ti o lot inuc-
tlona and nrocuro Health and hnppinca. whom ho
foro waa denpoiiduucy and plooni. Thu Specific
Itudlcluo ia buing uved with wondurful auc
Cera. I'ftinplilet. ent frcu to all. Write for them nd
get full pnrtlcnlnrn,
I'rlco, SpeciBc, fl.O per pnckHirc, or ix iiack
gea lor $5.00. Will huaetitliy mail on ruct'lpl ul
Dionoy, Addruea nil nrdnra,
J. B. PIMI'HON'H MKPICINK CO.,
Noa. 104 and 100 Knit) HUliilllHlo, N. T.
PAINTKH'9 MANITAL llonao and algn pulnt
Inir, irraininK, vnrnlnhlne, poli.hlng, kalaonilus
&o., So eta. Hook of Alphaboti, BO, Hook of Fancy
Alphabet, !V Hlgn, Carriage, Car, Fruaco, and
Ducoratlve Painting. VI. Japanoae Ornamunlatlon
til. Standard Klcn Writer, $1. Htandard Hcroll
r.ook, $1. Hcrolfa and Ornament, (Londolphn) $1,
Of booWlor or by mall. JKaaE HANKY &
CO. lloNaaaau ttruut, N. Y.
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III! DAILY BULLETIN.
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OFFICIAL PAPKR OF CITY AND COUNTY
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Death! and marrlagcf freo
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Kiht limn of aolld nonpareil conatitute aaqaarn.
l)iplayed adTertlMjmeni will be chained accord
mil to the apar.c oexupied. at above ratea there be-
ln twelve line u f aolld type to the inch.
To retiilar advertlaere we offer auprior Indnee-
tnunta. Mtb a to ratua of charirea and manner of
diFpluytiiK their favor.
1 tiia paper may lie ion nil on lie at ueo. r. Kowell
t Co.' NewKpaper Advertiaintr Harean. (10 Hurnce
atreetl where ad vertlflnjf contracts may be made
('ummunlrntlon nnon enUectaof rer.erl Intereat
tothepuhllrareatall time am-eptable. Rejected
mtuuar.rtpt will not he returned.
Letter and communication honld be kddreaied
K. A. Hurnott Cairo Illlnoli "
The Commissioner of Agricultura,
Dr. Irins, tho new commissioner of
firii.-ulture, in place of the enthiiBiaHtic
IO Due, is said to bo the handsomest
man in public life at Washington, and
that his beauty is fully epual to that of
Nicholas Smith, the husband of Ida
'ii-eeley, though of ft different typn.
Smith is a pronounced blonde, with
dreamy blue eyes and hair of ft radiant
n-d, while Lfirin is a brunette, tall and
tirer like. 1IU dark eyes flash an im
perious flash, as be comes suddenly up
on a monster pumpkin or Hubbard
squash at a country fair, and he handles
an ear of corn ki a rakish and piratical
sort of way that mashes a country girl
as though a New York building, built
on contract, had fallen on her. Like
Coiiklin;j he has made attitude a study,
and clothes himself in a freezing air
that carries an uncomfortable chill to
all his subordinsus. "Hriii me a
packao of turnip seed!" ho hisses
through his set teetli, in ft manner that
causes a menial to tremble and turn
pale, lie entered his oflice for tho first
time the other day, and found his desk,
the one recently occupied by Le Due,
covered with what appeared to le clo
ver hulls and dirt, and he imjuired what
it was. "Tea," said ft humble servitor.
"Tun!" thundered Loring, "tea! ! Out
with the accuiscd stuff and don't let mo
bee any more of it!" He did not care
bo much alKiut tho tea, but ho wanted
to ;ivc them a specimen of his style,
l'ursuing his investigations, ho camo
ution a couple of tons of cornstalks,
from which the juice haul been extract
ed, and then he let himself out. Tho
storm raged, lightnings flashed, tho
groans of the dying ramgl.stl with the
jvlls of the victors, und freedom shriek
ed as Kosciuko fell, and the cornstalks
were dumped out on a dray and carted
away. There is a firm hand at tho
Lelii'i of the ship of stale, in the agri
cultural department at Washington,
und the country can rest iu security.
Warner's Sale Kidney and Liver Cure.
We kuow whereof we affirm when we
say that Warner's Hafe Kidney Cure has
performed more wonderful cures than any
medicine ever brought before the ..mcrican
I low often persons have been annoyed
by burrs clinging to their dress or clothing
nml how seldom have they, when cleaning
them, given it a thought that Uurdock
Root is the most valuable blood cleanser
and purifier known, and is sold by every
druggist under the name ot
Iilx'.d Hitters. Trice f 1.00, trial
A Liberal Offer.
Wagner & Co. Michigan Ave. it Jackson
St. Chicsgo, offer to send Electric Ik-Its,
Hands, etc., for the cure of Nervous Debili
ty Hnd other diseases, free", for examination
and trial before purchasing. These Elec
tric Devices are the invention of Dr. D. A.
Joy, of the University of Michigan, and are
claimed to be the only Electric Devices or
Appliances for tho euro of diseases that
have yet been constructed upon scientific
principles. See their advertisement in this
Canckh. No Knife. No Pam. No Sick
ness. No Fearful Treatments. Treatise
free. On or send to Dr. Kline. Ml Arch
Ht., Pl.ilada, Pa.
Hoii.8, pimples on the face, suit Hheiim,
old sores, anil all cutaneous eruptions dis
appear like magic when Dr. Lindsey's
Illood Searcher is used.
Entire Satisfaction Rendered.
Such is substantially the report of B. T.
Worland, Esq., Concordia. Kv.. who
writes : I have been selling St. Jacobs Oil
tor some time, and hnd it gives entire satis
taction. In several cases of rheumatism
under my observation the euro was com
Mr. Noah Bates, El mi ra, N. Y., writes:
"About four years ngo I had an attack of
bilious lever, and never lully recovered
My digestive organs wero weakened and I
would bo completely prostrated for days,
After using two bottles ot your Burdock
Blood Bitters tho improvement was so viai
bio that I was astonished. I can now,
thouirh 01 years of ftgo, do a fair and
reasonable day's work." Prico $ 1.00, trial
size 10 cental ,
Rub It In.
Jacob Locckman, 274 Clinton Street, Buf
falo, N. Y says ha has boon using Thomas'
Ec. ectr c Oil tor rheumatism, no naa
such ft lamo back that ho could do nothing;
but ono bottle entirely cured him. Taut
O. Scbub, Agent.
TUB DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
Trent invited Strickland to take a
drink of pence at Scott, Mo., and there
by seltlo a long-standing cpiarrel; but
at the same time ho laid a big kuifo on
tho bar, and said that ho was ready lo
fight instead of drinking, If tho occa
sion demanded it. Strickland chose
the duel, and they fought until ho wud
Canadians would not consent to lotthe
United States take any of tho glory of
1 1 an 1 an' s victories abroad, beeuuso bis
home Is in Canada, and now the Toron
to (Hobe reminds the Yankees that tho
winner of tho Derby "is tho son of tho
famous English horse Leamington, and
his dam was the daughter of the no less
celebrated English horse Australian."
At the Moody and Sankey meetings
in San Francisco, "in tho front row,
with those who responded most prompt
ly in soprano to Brother San key's 'We
will now Bing,' always sat Mrs. King,
whilo opposite her, on the row of chairs
most affected by those who sang bass,
sat Major Itanlett." These iio'iuts uro
recalled now by the elopement of Mrs.
King and tho Major.
Some of the travelling shows that
visit Texas aro wofully bad. Fernan
dina, particularly, has suffered from
these swindle.. To guard against them
a reporter of tho Manner goes to
Branehvillo to see a performance by
each approaching company, and it de
pends upon him whether any audience
is drawn at l'ernandina.
Tho sea lion business has become
rpiite an industry. They aro distrib
uted among zoological t-ol lections in all
parts of the world. They are caught
by lasso when sunning themselves on
the rocks. It is risky work. Tho high
prico paid, and the fact that few die
while being transmitted to distant des
tinations, make rbk ami trouble worth
John Reynolds, a wealthy resident of
Lackawanna, Pa., added to tho deser
tion of his wife the meanness of con
verting all his properly into cash, and
taking it along. Mrs. Gladstone, the
woman with whom ho eloped, was
meaner still. Although her husband
was comparatively poor, she stole the
small amount of money which he had
saved by years of frugality.
When Oaiulx.-tta was speechifying at.
Caliers recently, a cafc-conccrt song
stress was engaged by an energetic
manager to sing at tint same time to
tho citizens. This lady, Mile. Oambet
ta by name, moreover claims to bo a
cousin of tho f-dieiator. Hi friend.s,
aware that ridicule kills in France, be
sought her to leave the city, but she re
plied: "No, I am earning my bread,
and will not leave. Besides, what do
you take me for? 1 have been engaged,
and when I bign a contract I never
So greatly did Queen Victoria udiuiro
the wedding dres of Lady Brooke (t lie
beautiful Miss May nurd, recently mar
ried to tho Earl of Warwick's eld-st
son), that she insisted on her dining in
it at Winsdor Civile, and, after diuuer,
told the bride to w alk about, that she
might see it better tho result of thesu
peripatetic movements being that her
ladyship was "commanded" to be pho
Ilavcily's new theatre in Chicago is
to have a peculiar feature, which. Hie
owner thus describes: "1 nave con
structed two fashion boxes, which are a
novelty, aud which i think will tako
well. These aro one on either side of
the btage, built level with tho floor, and
so arranged that the ladies occupying
them may bo seen entirely, lsy tins
means they aro enabled to display their
toilets. This is tho purpose of the fash
Mr. Labouchere, who owns Pope's
Villa, ou the Thames, where he resides
during the summer, writes tho follow
ing as among tho annals of tho boatinjj
season on that clitssio river: "A friend
of mine, under tho iutliiencoof a spring
evening, moonshine, and other roman
tic biiiruuiuliiigs, was led on to ask a
pretty but somewhat strong-minded
young lady to 'row in llie same Doat
wilu mm lor lite. 'Uii one couuition,"
she answered promptly, 'aud that is that
I steer.' "
Caught a Tartar.
Tivri EnoTishmen were out shoolin?:;
one had a license; the other had not.
A keeper approached, and the one that
had a license ran away. The keeper
was a good runner, nnd an exciting
chase ensued. At last tho keeper got
up to the runaway.
"Now, sir. where is your license?'
It was produoed.
"Then why did you inn away?"
"0, I'm fond of exercise," unswered
tho man; "but don't you think you'd
better ask my friend if ho has one?"
Sarah Bernhardt is again the Honcs3
of Taris. Alexandre Dumas, Jr., went
to Havre to see her disembark, ana oa
shaking hands, exclaimed: '.'This is B
return from the oilier worm:
The danger of violent exerciso is il
lustrated in the caso of Prof. Cannon, a
Cincinnati athlete. Ho was formerly a
powerful man, and hnd abnormally de
veloped his muscles as director of a
gymnasium. His health failed Midden
ly a year ago, and now ho is dying of
consumption. Ho linnly believes that
hisdeelino was causod by a blow in tho
chest, and has brought a suit for dam
ages against tho man who struck him;
but the medical testimony all agrees
that ho dcvoloped tho disoiwo by strain
ing his system in lifting. A common
feat with him wbh to lift 1..100 pounds.
Bhootee Putty Good.
At Carson City, recently, Young Koo,
a celestial, visitod the military riflo
5ractico. Ho was askod to try a shot
'o tho surprise of tho military men, ho
accepted, and essayed to shoot from a
knoo rest, and also whilo lying down.
Ho was told that ho must shoot off
handod. This ho refused to do, but fi
nally was allowed to have his own way,
when, ooillug hlmsolf up on his side,
ho thrust the barrel of tho nllu between
his foot and aimed for tho 200-yard tar
got. Throo minutes elapsed, during
which time tho soldier boys tittered and
chuckled at the Chinaman. At last
when they began to think ho hnd fallen
asleep, ho pulled tho trigger and made
a bull's eye. Ho couti nued tiring until
he had made 6 bull's eyos in succession,
when, returning tho rillo, he romarkod,
'Melicau man's gnu shootco putty
ntwfij " . ,
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Wmmmm blo winni
Artomas Ward's Pranks.
I once Bhared his room and bed at a
miserablo taveru in Oxford county.
The house was old and rickety, the
window rattled hideously in tho case
ment, tho thill November wind camo
through a couple of broken panes with
too much force for comfort; aud sleep
was neariy impossible. After turning
and tossing awhile in a vain endeavor
to court forgetfulness, Arternas arose,
and lifting tho lamp mado a most
solemn survey of tho room in every
part. Presently ho emerged from a
deep closet in tho corner with a dilapi
dated hoop-skirt in his hand, which - ho
gravely bung up before the window.
"Now, what are you doing?" was asked
of hiiu. Arternas slowly placed the
lamp on the floor, turning to me a look
of pity, and with an argumentative ges
ture of his riirlit hand half niuttcruu to
himself: " "fwili keep out the coarsest
of tho cold, anyway!"
Artenius was known in the family
and amoug his schoolmates as "Chub,"
a name given hiru by his facetious
brother Cyrus, as a satiro on his tall,
Half a dozen of his associates wero
sitting ono day at tho village hotel
where he boarded, when an old woman
drove up to the storo opposite with a
pair of donkeys a jack aud a jenny
hitched to a little wagon. Jack was
the noisest bruto in the country. Ha
had a voice worse than the handle of a
town pump on a frosty morning, and
was proud of it. In a minute his tail
rose to a horizontal, his nose was
thrust forward, his lips parted, and the
tx::u,t blew his infernal blast. A second
and a third time it was repealed. Ar
tetnus quietly thought "that thing
might bo lixed," and disappeared from
tho room. Ho went over and appeared
to mako a careful inspection of the fore
wheels of tho wagon, tho harness, and
tho hitchup; and came back saying
that the donkey was all right; the bruto
must have made a mistake about some
thing. Presently there were indications
of a movemont on Jack's part; the
neck was extended, the lips curled and
tho tail rose to the pivotal point and
no farther. The trumpet didn't sound.
Jack thought there was a mistake
somewhere hesitated reflected and
tried again. The front part, borne of
it, wm all right; but the equilibrium
could not be reached. After a tiin an
other attempt wiu mado and failed.
Jack turned his head around to ascer
tain the cause of the failure, but could
not see any. The tifth Tain attempt to
bray was followed by a spiteful kick at
Jenny, but it didu't cure the matter.
At last he gavo it up and stood at the
store door the most neglected looking,
discontented donkey in existence.
Meantime. Artenius enjoyed the fun
and discharged a rattling fusilade of
pungent humor that kept the party in a
roar, ana madu me wiioio all air ono or
the 'most ludicrous that I ever experi
enced. Arti'iuus bad attached a heavy
stone to the donkey's tail, leaving just
tlay enough to tho cord to allow the
east to get his tail nearly up to "con
cert pitch." A Friewf ' ' fteniinucence.
'i'ne coiuage til gold was almost sus
pended iu Holland recently, as the
commercial price of gold was too high
to permit thu coinago unless for export
for special purposes.
Seriously wounded: Miss Lilliwbite,
who is about to marry, remarked on
Memorial dav that sho could sympathize
with the bravo boys in blue, having
lost her hand in an engagement Zos
toti Tva num'tt.
Kansas Atmosphere and Illinois Fish
Wt'Muru Cyt rpon deuce Kansas City Journal.
"Speaking of climate," said Dick,
"tho climate of Colorado gets away
with Kansas badly. Tho water in that
country is clearer than the air is here.
I'vo seen fish in the lakes at a depth of
forty feet, and counted their scales,
but hero the air is so dense you can
hardly get it up your nose, and I can't
see my load mules mor'u half the
"Now," said Jack, "you ought to
know better than to talk that way;
you've driven tho team all day, and
must know by this time that there's but
two of 'em, and they ain't mules, but
"That's so," said Iko, "and as for
your clear atmosphere, I've heard a dog
bark twenty miles in Kansas."
Diek drove in sileuco some time and
"Did nny of you fellers evor fish with
a seine?" .
'The crowd nodded and Dick contin
"Don't reckon any of you ever had
as big luck as I've had. Pve fished in
the lagoons of the Illinois, and that's
fishing, I tell you."
A silence of somo minutes elapsed,
as wc jogged ovor the smooth plain,
tho parly in reflective mood when Dick
broke out again:
"Speaking of Ashing. I've helped to
drag out seventy-live wagon loads at
"How many?" said Jack.
"But Dick, that's an awful pile of
"Can't help it; we pulled 'om out all
"Why, Dick, that would bo a pile of
fish suvon hundred and fifty feet long
"Can't help it if it's soven hundred
and liflv miles." ,
And throo feet wide and "
"No difference about tho width."
"And ft foot deep."
"That's mathematically k'rect, no
doubt; I ain't nftor figures, but fish."
"(iontlenion," said Iko, "this man's
statement Is correct, I was present and
carried ono end of the seine myself, and
caught fifty bushels of llsh in tua teat
of my breeches." ;
JULY C, 1881.
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Worth Its Weight m Gold.
C u r e S
EIIEUMATISM, COUGHS AND
IIEUMAT1SM, COUGHS AND
HEUMATISH. COUGHS AND
Sold by nil Draggists. PI. ICE 50 cents and $1.00.
Oo to PAUL O. SCUL'H, Drucsrist. Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freenians' New National
Dyes. For brightness and durability of
pounds, price 15 cents.
Used and approved by the leading
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
The most Valuable
seut diseases, bheumatish,
CATAEBE, HEMORRHOIDS, Etc. Alio for
Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Croup
ATTry them. 25 and 50 cent sixes
CBASD MEDAL AT THE PHILADELPHIA EXPOMTIOM.I 1
SILVER MEDAL AT THE PARIS EXPOSITION. COLGATE &C0..N.Y.
For sale by C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of the United States.
l'JO BRO AD W A.Y NEW YOKK
Assets, $38,000,000. '
The Equitable Life Assurance Society was the first to in
TONTINE SAYINGS TUND POLICY,
And thereby to popularize life insuraee to a degree before-unknown.
W. N. CRAINE, General Manaser for Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and thf
.Territories, ltM Dearborn Street, Chicago.
IS. A. BURNETT, Agent.
Corner Twelfth St., and Washington' Ave, CairJ
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color are uncoualled. Color from 2 to 5
Article! from par
Vaseline auch aa
Vaaelin Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor lea.
Vaseline Toilet Soap,
er nparler 1 a alallar .a
An agreeable form of Uk- '
ing Vaseline internally.
9S mmi i unr.
and Diphtheria, etc
of all onr goods.