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OlBf.oei ar cmiwil hy (li.onlcrtd Kiltiuy or l.lv.
er. ii, tbilure,th KIiIihth and Liver ru k-ntiu
PWcct order, perfect health will he tliu remit,
i Ma truth ban only been known a abort tmi Hiid
ur vr people iiiffiTea Brent eRony wituout he
H ?n.U' M nliei- 1 dlxcovcry of Wurn-r'a
lildney and Liver Cura mnrka new ra iu
the treatment of theaa trouble. Mn.lc from a
limp e tropical Iuaf of rare value, It rouuiui- jin-t
thu Mumculatteeeaiarylaoouriali and luvigorato
with of thaw ureal orjrtua, and raft-ly r-i.re and
aeep them In ordor. it la a FOtilTIVK KKMEUY
for all the dlpi-e that eauae pain In the lower
Prt or the hody-lor Torpid Myer-II.-ttdiw hca-Jaunli'e-I)liln.t
jmvl Kvor, Ajma-Mala-Jlal
fever, and all dlffltulUti of the KIOmoD, I,ln r
and L'rlDary Organ.
It iaan excellent and aafe remMyforfi niledar
Ine i'ri-Kuancy. It will control Mern-iniuiiuu and
1 luvaluablu for Le corrlxra or lallliii: of the
Aa a Blood I'orlnVr it in nn.-.palud, f.,r it cures
tbe orjfitna that make the Mood.
KKADTIIK KEt OKD.
'It aavnd my llh."-l. It. Ukoly. Helm a. Ala
"It lathe remedy that will tare tbe many din
t-acf tH-cullar to w men.' -Mother ' Maimziim.
-It ban paed auvoro tola and won endorcf
tnenm from aomeof the blt'liect medical talent iu
the country. "-Sew York World.
"No remedy heretofore- rilf covered ran I lipid
furnue oiomenl in tomparlcon with It "-.iv C
A. Harvey, U I)., Watlilligton, D. C.
Tbl Remedy, which haa donu tich wnudora. t
put up in the LARGEST SIZED BUTTLES of any
medicine upon in market, audi a.ildt.y drayiit
Mild Mil MutLu m a art . .. i - . . .
i . ... r nomo. rnr uibIm ten.
enijuir" for W A HN E K'S ri A KK UIAliETEs C TK"
It la a POMTIVK Kerned.
II. II. WAK.SEU & CO., Kuchele .".
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM!
OF LYNN, MASS.
a , .''1,
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
For all Female Complaints.
Tbla prr(nUin, an Ita nam aiirninea, roulata of.
TevUbl IrurtlM that are luu-mlM to tho munt del
kMelOTaJJ-l CpoaoutrUIUxnieHta of tl.li Com
ftoand will be ntotwtri, u raUcf i ImnuxlUt-s i aM
when lUawUKSMitlnuM, In niitHy Bin am In a ban.
dfwl, aprmnnteareUefirtl.MUioond IU Irt
tlfy. On amount of IU proTrn rurritt, It U Uxlay rv
4nnwndd and inrrlbed by tba bet pkyikiaui In
It will cure antlnly th wont form of falling
of tbe ateraa, IucorrhM, lmiiUr and painful
MtraaUoa,allOaruuTruaU--, InlUnunaUoa and
ttoaratloB, noodlua, all DKpUf'wnenta and tb con
ax)antapinaiakni,andta MpcUily artmMl la
th Chang of lif a. It nlll itlMrJrt k4 expel tnmora
from Um utrnulii an eariy ) of dTpiitntnt. Tb
trnWincr to eaaevrou buntura ther I cbfckod rary
twdilr by Iu an.
In fart It baa pni-rad to b tb trt
wt and beot remedy Uial baa arer hwn dlanotsr
ad. It pcrnMaUw erry pnrtlna of th nym, and gtvea
nfw Ufeaod rlg-or. It remrie falatneaa.flatnlfney, d
atroya all craving for aUiaulauta, and relieve voUnew
f ib rtomarh
It eona Blnatinfr, flradarhea, Srrona rmatratlon,
0nraJ CMiUJty, HlMpkuniM aa, feprMalun and Indl
gtloa. Tba fwdlng of beartnc down, causing pain,
waigbt aid barkwha, I aloeya permanently enrod by
Ita um. It wlllat all time, and undrrall rlrrumUn
eaa, act In bannony with tb law that goterna Ua
For KlitneyOoaiilaliila '4 either arx thia eoniponnd
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
j prepared at tM and fx Warn Avenne, I.ynn. Uaaa.
Price 11.00, 8li boUHfnrai.no. Sent by mall In the
f arm of pllla, alao In tba form of Twrur", on receipt
of prim, ll.OO. per boi. for eltlior. lira. nNallAK
freely anawora all letter of Inquiry. Send fur pam
pblet Addrem aa ahnv .V-n(ioa IHli paptr.
No family nlwuM l wltrewt LYDIA E. 1'INKUAM'
LiTB PILIA Tbey cure Onrtlpation, rtlluumeiia
andTorpl'litr of theUrer. koeiiUtwr Uia.
TOH HALK I1Y DKUfiOISTH.
RICHARDSON & CO., St. .Louis, Mo.
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nANEY HTUADR MANUALS. -Palnl.r,5irl.
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linker, W. Candymuker, M. TaxIdermlHt, fat.
(Jllder, ML Fnmlture and CnhliiHt Kinlrhcr. Ho.
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rdv-I'r. J. H. NlnipoiraSirrllk' Medlelim.
Dr. J. B. Pitnpaon'i ftpeelflcMi'(llcitiela poai
tlve cure for Spermatorrhea, Luitmteiiry, Wvalsncat
and all dlaeuaea reaulilng from Hiiir-Abiicv. aa Ner
vnna Dclillltv.Irrllablllly, Mental Anxiety, Lani-iior,
Laaaltuile, Dcprefalun ufSplrllaand fiiiirilonal do
raiiKementaof tbo Nervona Syalcm generally Pali.a
in Hack or Hide. Loaanf M"inorv. Premature QUI
that lead to Con
ty and an early
craw, or both.
No matter how
tyetctn may lie
from uxreaaea of
any kind, a abort
rourae of Ilile medklnu will rntro l. loot lunc
tlona and iirocnre health and linpiineaa, wlieru ho
fore waa deapondoncy and ohMiin. Thu Spertlle
Metliclna la butiiu uced with wonderful mo
Pamubleta aenl free to all . Wnto for them anil
p;el full partlciilara,
Prlco, Hperlflc. 1,mi per tiackapo, or (x pack
ago for $.').IM). V ill Ihj aeni by mail on receipt ol
money. Addn'aa all nnlera,
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Not. 104 and M Main tjl..Uunklo, N, Y.
TO YOUNfl MKN ANDOTIIKK8.
We aend on trial for thtrly daya our Klurtro-Vol-talc
Holla, Banila and Hiiniiuiiaorloa, to ynunn ln(,n
outier inilerlutf from ekneaaea. nurvotia de
bility, loat vitality, loot manhood, and many other
dlaeaaea. We EUarnutoo apeedy curea and com-
Jilel reatomtlon of inanhood. Addreaa without
lelay, VOLTA 10 BELT CO.. MarahaH, Mich.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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LiArgetat Circulation of any Daily in
OrtJeo: Balletin Builrtljut, WMWnjrtoB Arenne
j'niiytaonverea by earner) per week 1 28
Hy mall (in advance) one year , io oo
HfimonUia . J oo
Three monthi " 8 w
One month 1 00
nrmaiuinailvaeee) enoyear 12 00
nil month 1 Oo
Threo noutha jjj
auciuuaoi ten ana over (per eopy).... I 50
roataue In all caae prepaid.
Klrat Inaertlou, per aquare 1 1 00
HoWaequentluaertlona, peraquare 50
rot out wee k, per eqqare 8 00
P ineral notice j no
OWluarlea and r:aolution paiied by aoje'tiei
ten conta per line.
Ii tha and marriagea free
Plratlnaertlon, per aquare ... 1100
SuhtKiKnt Injerttona '.. ' 59
RlKht Hue of aoltd nonpareli c'oni'titnti a 'aquare.
. . ' . ij-o fuaiiceu aocoro-
n to the apace occupied, at above ratea-tbere be
ing twelve llnea of aolid type to the inch.
To replar advertiaera we offer asperior indue
men a, both aa to ratet of cbareea and manner of
d aplaylhft their favora.
i nia pjj.or may be fonnd on Ble at Geo. P. Rowell
? ,r7!i hero advenUing eootracU may be made
I r It In New York. ,
OimmnritrAftind ntim vi - . , ... .
to the public are at all tlmea acceptable. Rejected
yxm nm uut uo rriuril-BU-
..eii.rp ana communication! ahould be addraiaed
'E. A. Burnett Cairo Illlnoia "
A cwrespoinlent writos t.ie followin"
,to tho Now York S'.: 'flic writtfr of
thin communication has boon a null'.'-"
from the hay (over im rioilic:ilr the
pa.st twelve yeaw lin'S '
wliich imrioil Hhe co'M Ket uo satisfac
tory relief. 'n,. '"tolerable itching of
tbo eyelid almost constant sneee
iii"; s charnct'rize8 tho complaint
jpAS worst form she had to emltire un
til bit VCars aro. wh.tn tlin fdllnwinT
renicJv was brought to her notice iu
tho columns of a newsparwr.
Into a four-ounce wMe-niouth bottle
half lilleil with cotton, and having a
close stopper, put the following mix
ture: 'i drachms carbolic acid.
i drachms ajua ammoniw (specific
5 dracLms distilled water.
7J drachms alcohol.
Inhale through tho nostrils.
This mixture, being of a volatile nature-,
mut le kept as much as possiblo
from exposure, in order to preserve its
strength and pruvent too deep discol
oration. Jt does not purport to be a
specific, for that has not yet been dis
covered; but it has proved itself a
ready relief in the case of the writer
and of many who have sulTered in the
A Boarder With To Throats.
Mr. Iioinbazine, of West Twenty
fourth street, got a now boarder the
other day. At the hist meal he took
ho got choked, and had a terriblo time
bwal!oA:ng nonie coffee.
"What's the matter, sir?" she asked,
'Soiuing, except that tho cofleo
wer.t down the wrong way."
'Uood heavens! is it possible that I
have secured a boarder with two
thi-jais?" exclaimed Mrs. Bombazine,
who has lajen complaining very bitter
ly of the amount of food a i;tan with
only one throat can destroy.
A lad) gr.idirite of medicine ill
Wa-di'n ;toli has burn teudrred the po
hitioti of Ksii..it j 1 1 y i i : 1 1 1 on one of
I he largest Intliau trsi-i vnlions in the
West. Wo hope she will accept, and
proceed there nt once. W know of
no hcaper or more certain method of
satisfactorily solving the Indian prob
lem than by placing all the reservations
tinder the medieal charge of lady grad
uates. In about ten years alive Indian
would he a curiosity.
If you have a shady corner of your
garden which you wish to beautify,
grow ferns there. They are not at all
dillicult to raise and I hey thrive where
no Jlower could corithtscMid to prosper;
but certain requisite they must havo,
and one of these Is moisture. They al
so like a corner underneath a wall and
will smile in the f:ice of a northern as
pect; great branching trees, too. to
wliich flowers are always antagonistic,
do not disturb them iu the least. (Jivo
them a pile of stones or bricks to creep
upon, witli a few rough logs or branch
es mixed in. Their own native soil is
undoubtedly (ho best; but ferns will do
well in a made soil composed of loam,
peat, or leaf mold, and river soil in
equal parts. Ureal care should be tak
en not to wedge the plants into small
crevices; and in planting, to consider
their various .neods. Tall, upright
ferns reipiiro depth of earth to flourish
in; those that have surface, creeping
rhizomas, want something to cling to;
and those with underground, spreading
i hizonias demand room and space to
develop their individuality. Also
proper drainage must bo provided for,
ns supeinbiiiKbtnt water will injure tho
roots. Ivy, which will grow anywhere,
adds greatly lo the etl'cci of tho forn
patth. "Forced by my political connections
into public life, my sufferings were intensi
fied by tho comments of those who saw my
face and head covered with scrofulous
humor," said a gentleman recently cured
by Cuticura Remedies.
A Liberal Offer.
Wagner & Co. Michigan Ave. & Jackson
Ht. ChicHgo, offer to send Electric Belts,
Bands, etc., for tho euro of Nervous Debili
ty and other diseases, free, for examination
and trial heforo purchasing. Theso Elec
tric Devices oto tho invention of Dr. D. A.
Joy, of the University of Michigan, and aro
claimed to bo tho only Electric Devices or
Appliances for tho euro of diseases that
have yet heon constructed upon scientific
principles. Sco their advertisement in this
One peculiar characteristic of Fellow's
Compound Fyrup of Ilypophoaphltcn is ita
power of decomposing the food in the
stomach, rendering digestion and assimula
tion more perfect.
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 21, 1881.
The Farmer Hired Man-
'Tin kinder lookin' around the mar
ket for a hired man," ho exclaimed aa
m stopped at one of the stands and
nibbed at an onion. "I kinder need
one, but yet I kinder hope 1 3hau't be
aoie io mm linn."
Wall, there ain't no profit in a hired
man no more. JSo, sir, he's no good
"What's the roason?'
"Uh, a dozen reasons. Vlist And
foremost, times have changed, and the
iiireu man has changed with 'cm. Ah!
sir, it makes me sad when I think of
tiie hired men wo had before the war
groat big fellers with the strength of
an ox and the vim of a locomotive. I
didn't have to holler my lungs out to
git ono of 'em out of bed at 3 o'clock
in tho morning, and it was all I could
do to coax 'em to go to bed at 10
o clock at night. I'm afraid that wo
shan t never see no more hired nion
wutu keepnf around for their board."
"Its sad, and more, too. Now, is
i sam, i want a hired man. I'm w -
ing to pay $11 or $12 a month for a
smart ono. Some farmers want a man
to work all day and all night, but that
ain't mo. I havo never asked one to
git out of bod before 3 o'clock never.
I alius give my man three-quarters jof
an uour ai noon, unless the hogs git
out, or came DrcaK in or a shower is
coming up. After a man has worked
right along for nine hours his ystom
wants at least half an hour if orace up
in. They don't quit Ji'k on some
farms till 8 o'clock'"1" I'm no such
slave-driver. naif-past 7 I tell my
man fn Ir-oCk off. All he has to rlo
afte- '-at is 10 feed the stock, cut a lit
woou,niow somo grass for tlin homes
mini lour cows, mi up tho water
trough, start a smudge in tho smoke
house and pull a few weeds in the gar
den. I never had a hired man who
didn't grow fat on my work, and they
alius left me feeling that they hadn't
half earned thoir wages."
He stooped long enough to wipe a
tear from his eye, and then went on:
"And now look at the hired man to
day! IIo wears white shirts and collars.
He won't eat with a knife. He wants
napkins when ho eats, and if we don't
hang up a clean towel once a week he
wipes on his handkercher. Call him
at 3 and he gets up at G. Ho wants a
whole hour at noon, and after supper
he trots off to a singing school or sits
down to a newspaper. Fifteen years
ago if my hired man was sick for" half
a day I Could dock him. if ho died I
could take out a month's wages for tho
trouble. Ho was glad to git store or
ders for his pay, and ho would wash in
the rain-barrel and wipe on the clothes
line. There's been a change, sir -an
awful change, and if a reaction don't
set in pretty soon you will witness the
downfall of agriculture iu this country."
"Then you won't hire another?"
"Wall, I can't just say. Work is
powerfully pressing, but I'm going
slow. Bcforo I hiro him I war.? ii
know whether he's a man wiio'il pass
bis plato for more meat and taters, aud
whether we've got . use starch in do
ing up his shirts. The last man 1 had
took me to tak for not holding family
prayers twice a day, and after I hail
done so for three months I found it was
only a game of his to beat me out of
half an hour n day. Ho thought he
had a pretty suft thiug, and Jio looked
mighty lonesome when I cut Old Hun
dred down to two lines and got through
with the Lord's Prayer in forty sec
onds." o '( c Yew.
Nurses in the Crimean War.
Several women who won distinction
as nurses in the Crimean War passed
long ngo into tho last sleep, though
others, Miss Nightingale among them,
still remain. Surely heroism like
theirs, which usually iinds so slight re
membrance iu the histories, ought to
bo recognized wherever there is occa
sion to do so, for w e aro apt to forget
that heroes and tho heroic in history
do not exclusively pertain to men.
Miss Stanley died somo years past,
and her distinguished brother, tho Dean
of Westminster, has left a worthy
tribute to her in a beautiful book that
commemorates other lives that were al
so beautiful, though in quite other
ways than hers. In that extraordinary
manifestation of woman's devotion and
forgetfulness of danger there was a
striking example of the touch of na
ture that makes the world kin. Women
of fortune, culture, and education la
bored there at thu sido of peasants'
daughters and tho daughters of de
spised and inferior races.
Of the latter class, a distinguished
representative died recently in Eng
land, in the person of Miss lary Sea
cole, who was born in Jamaica, near
the beginning of the century, of pa
tents who were Creoles. From child
hood she had been instructed hy her
mother in the art of nursing, ami in
the Crimea sho won distinction not
alone for her work in hospitals". Sho
was often on the field of battlo, in tho
thick of the light, carrying away, at
tho risk of her own life, soldiers who
had fallen in tho engagement. She es
tablished at Balaklava a mess-tahlo and
comfortable quarters for sick and con
valescent officers, and, before Sebasto
pol, served as an efficient muse among
those who wero stricken with tho chol
era. When tho war closed sho returned to
England destitute of foiluuo and with
her health .impaired. Eminent men
raised u fund for her, among them the
I'rincoof Wales and the Dukes of Edin
burgh and Cambridge, ai d by this she
was able lo pass her reriaining years
in rest amid comfortable surroundings
of her own.
An old salt christened his anchor
Sighi because it was heaved so often.
There Is no creeper bettor fitted for
arbors than the woodbine. It is per
fectly hardy, and cau ho transplanted
at almost any time of tho year, though
the early spring is best, since it blooms
In April and it wouMt bo desirable to
transplant It after tho buds havo start
ed. I hi'.ve, however, transplanted
thorn when the buds were half, opened,
Riid tho plants continued to bloom.
For nu arbor plant, its deep green
loaves and bright rod flowers make it
exceedingly attractive, and its rapid
growth also places It among tho first
of tho climbers.
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rz:r::::::z:::::.:::Sold by PAUL G. SCHUH, CAIRO,
C0STIVEKESS:::::;: :MMPLES AND BLOT
Three Famous Journalists.
I saw Call bchura, John Hay and
Charles A. Dana recently, Carl is very
tall, very thin, very red. So is his
nose, and his stomach soems concave,
instead of round and full. Ho has un
dertaken a hefty job on tho Pout, The
job department of the l'oitt has always
boon profitable. Mr. Schurz is an able,
competent man on tho stump, hut he
Isn't worth his pretzel as a practical
journalist. Ho h just as long, angu
lar, carroty and courtly as when I first
met him iu tho wilds of SL Imi.
and years ago.
John Hay is a brief, dapper little
man, wilh restful eyes and a bifurcated
beard. IIo came trot tin o nlnnor lit-n .
collector with a bill. Ho is a well-bred
fellow and ho butters his bread thick.
His "UlUo Breeches'' wero quite tho
fashion once, but tiit onJ.J u-
met. iiie 7'e rejiows nnu inni
dand but severe.
Dana mellows as ho rioens. He
bonis hIomo- tha hired (is an oep.in
wave sweeps uu street. He hasn't
changed a w'ut in ten years. Dana is
a goocVi iend, a bitter hater and one of
tho few editors who read exchanges.
Honored and Blest.
When a board of eminent nhvniriAnu an.l
chemists announced the discovery that by
combing some well known valuable reme
dies, the most wonderful mcdirim u nm.
duccH, which would cure such a wide ranue
of diseases that most all other remedies
could be dispensed with, many were skep
tical; but proof of its merits by actual
trial has dispelled all doubt, and to.d nv the
discoverers of that great medicine, Hop
umers, are nonoreu ana blessed hy all as
Ix.'iiefuc tors. Democrat.
Liquid or Dry.
Somo dcople prefer to purchase modi.
cinus in the dry state so that they can see
lor themselves tnat tliey are purely vegeta
ble. Others have not the time or desire to
prepare the medicine, and wish it already
To accommodate each class the nronr fe
tors of Kidney-Wort now offer that well.
known remedy in both liquid and dry
Sold by druggists everywhere. Truth.
Is the cheapest, best, and most tmnnw.
hensive automatic musical instrument ever
brought forth. It has .22 notes: ((1 more
than anyother musical instrument) plays in
3 keys; is simple in construction ; It can be
played by a child It is absolutely perfect
in its rendition of music, leatiug its own
time, while all others require faster or
Dors away with cranks and handles,
being played by direct action of the bellows.
It plays any kind of music. Both Auto
phone and music are cheaper by far than
all others. Send for circular.
Liberal discount to canvassers.
Address, The Autophoxe Co.,
Ithaca, N. Y.
Tricycling has become tho fashion
ablo pursuit of the young men iu Eng
land, and as tho ladies never fail to fal
low in the wake of fashion when set by
their admirers, the tricycle lias been
adopted by thorn with" tho greatest
eagerness. At first it was considered
"rather fast," and looked upon with
shyness, but ever since tho newspa
per account of the rido taken by her
majesty and tho Princess Beatrice, each
royal lady mounted on her iron horso
and careering gayly on the high road
and through the green lanes round Os
borne, all scruid has vanished. It is
urged that no danger can exist, as the
queen, who is a heavy, fat old lady,
was enabled to sit her bleed with as
much ease ami confidence as when in
former days she used to prance so
proudly on her high mettled horso be
fore the troops at review. Ami so pro
feasors of tho bicycle and tricycle
abound in IahkIoh, mnl tho racing and
chasing along the suburban road at
twipghtand the laughing and chatting
as the iron coursers shoot by, give quito
a new aimct to the solitary walks
THE GREAT CURE
Aa It U tot alldiaaaaaeor tha KIDNEYS,
LIVER AND DOWELS.
It oleanaw tha ayatem of tha aorld polaoa
that oavaaa tba dnadful auSbnng wliloh
only tb TfcUraa of Bhaumatum oaa raaUa.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of th wot forma of thla terrlbl dlaaaaa
hav baa lulokij rallavad, la a abort Urn
aaaaadwawlarriilau.., and an tmnanaa
aal In avary part of tb Country. In bun
dradaofoaaialthaaound whaiaall la had
fallod. Itla mild, but afflolant, t'KHTAIII
IN ITS ACTION, but hannlaaa Id all oaaa.
tW 1 1 laaa, Hlraagthaaa aad glvaa N aw
Lira to all ta lmportautorganaof tha body.
Tha natural aotlon oftlal.ldna.ytaratord.
Tba livr laolftanandof aildlaoaM.and tit
Bowala mov frmly and healthfully. In thla
way tha wont dlaaaaaa ar redloatad. from
Aa It baa ba provad by thooaanda thai
la tha moat affaotual rmdy for oloanalof tha
yataa of all morbid aorUona. It ahould be
uatd In aary houaahuid aa
Alway euro HIUOUBN BIS, l ONflllPA
TIOM. FILES and all MM ALB DlaiMaaa.
la put Hp In Wry Vagatakl. Farm. In tin ran,
Ob parka of which ntaaoa iMrt madli'ln.
Alan In IJuld Form, vary t'oawatraUi for
th oonvanlrikw nf tho who rannoimullly pra-
par It II nta wila njuai elfttnei n olkarima.
orr iToFTotm nittmnisT. nticB,f.tt
WELLK, 1IICIUUIIS0M ACo.,rrop'i,
(Will and thiol ry port iwld.) I'Hl.iaaToa, If.
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For sale by C. AV. llendeison, Cairo, Illinois.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of the United States.
IliO BROADWAY NEV YORK
Tho Equitable Life Assurance Society Mas tbe first to in
TONTINE SAYINGS FUND POLICY,
And thereby to popularize life
W. N. CRAINE. Uencral Manager for lllinoK Iowa, ISVtriwka, aud the
Territories, 101 Dearborn iStmUCli lea ir.
K. A. BUBOTDTT, Acout,
Ojrner Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois
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