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Theleadlnu Hclcntlnm ot lo-nar i!ri- t bat nioat
uicu.roi. nrv raueuu uy unurdcrvil Klilimy nr l.lv.
er. II, theteforc. tue Kidney ati'l Liver arc k'-ui in
perfect ordor, perfect heallU will be the roeult.
I tin truth tin ouly been known (tliort lime uml
for yeare people enffernd jrroat agony wlihout be
R,'y.U' "nd rBl,u, 1 "e covory of Warner'
dh! munry eua Mver cure mark n uhw tra in
tho treatment of there trouble. Mul from a
iimplu trouicallimr nf urn vuiii.i ft ,...i.i ,1 M Ida,
the lpmciitaiu!CPiiiarytun(Mirla)i and wviKorate
...... u, lumti grm orgios, ana anti'iy Melore unci
kf'ep them In order. It le a I'USI I IVK KEMEDV
ur all toe dlai-aoea Uiat cauae pallia In the lower
part or tne iodylor Torpid l.tvcr-Jleadachoa-
Jaunrtku DI.ilnuK--(irivl Kput Aimi M.u
Jial Fever, and all dtflitultlee of tho Kidney, I.iv r
auu nuary urbane.
It Nan rxccllfiit ati'lufe remedy for female dnr
Ine I'reicnaury. It w ill control Meiitrualiiii and
In Invaluable for I.e currh or falling of the
A a Wood I'urluVr It I nneijualed, for It ciin'i
ino urau iaai uieite inn oiooo.
HEAD THK. ItKt'OHD.
'lUnvidmy llfu ;-K. B. I.akoly. Seliua. Ala.
"It i the ru inert y that will earn the many di
ea- itecullar to w-.tnen.'' Motii-r Mauazlue.
"It ha paxaed .-vere tet and
nifula from aome of the blvheM iiiediral talent In
me country. new yorit wor.d.
"No remedy heretofore di(coverd fan U held
forouo roomont lu comparicon with It " )ev. C.
a. uarvey. i u., Mammtfton, v. (. .
ThU Remedy, which Iim don mirh wondi-r-. 14
put up In the LAKUKsT HIZKD BU'fTI.KS of anr
meiilclnpnpou the market, and la old by dritgt
uu iiiu'-iu'tii itiper mime ror l)lar.it'.
enuiilre for IV A UN Kit '8 SAKK DIAHKTKS CI. HK
i ia a rwr-i 1 1 r. iiemeay.
II. II WAKNKR I CO., rtochesur, N, V.
'MS. LYDIA E. PINKHAMJ
CF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
Th TntltiTy fire
For all Femalo Complaints.
Thla preparation, a lu nam rtmlrlM, wnalat of
Taabla IToiwrtaet that are harnjKw to the moat del
icate Invalid. l'inaonelrlailhiuent of tM I'om
poend U1 b reeonmad. a relief la lmnUte 1 aad
hen Ita DaelaeonUiiUMl, In ninety nine ram In a bun.
dred,epnnatriitinirTUfff"r!.tbo'!rii1 wi)l i
tlfy. On account of tti proirea mrrlta, It li to-day r
eomntenitMl awl prwaerlhad by tbe bent pkralclaoi la
It will eur entirely the nn form of fUln
of tbe uterua, Lraeorrho, trrrgular and painfn
Uenttraation.aUOTarlanTmublp, Inflammation and
noeraUoo, t7ktodtna, all tUplacmenta aad tbe eon
eqoentaplualwfMLknraa.andla eaperlaUy adapted ti
tbeCbangenf IJf. ltwltldlole and eiprl tumor
fren the otniln as erly atae of deTenment. The
tandeney to cantvroul humort thre It checked rery
ipeedlly by Ite iim,
In faf It haa prrrd to he tbe ffreat
at aad beat rmr4 that baa ercr been dlarerer
d. It permeatee every portion of tbe yatem, and (1M
new ltf eand rigor. It re morn faintUMi.flatulancy, de
al roy all era ring for atlnvilenU. aad rellerei wealun
Of the etotnacp
li eurre BloatlDf . Hc1vb, Krrrnu Protlratloo,
Oeneral IMitlJty, Sleepleaaneai, Ieprewlen and Indl
leetloffc That feeling of bearing down, eaualng pain,
weight and backache, I alwaya permanently cured by
lie tie. It will at all time, aodunderall rlrrumatan
eea, art In hannnny witbtb law that govern the
For KldneyComplalnii of either ai t bit compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la prepared attUand V?wtern Avenue, Lynn, Maw.
rrioelt OO. Rli bottle for A00. Sent hy mall In the
form of pllla, alao in the form nf Uuengea, on rerlpt
ofprtce, l., per ". t either, Urn. PI.ViHAM
freely anawera all letteiaof lo'inlry. Bend fur para
pblet Addreaa aa above Jlmtmn tMi po;xr.
No famUy hoiildheeitboMt ITD1A E. riKKHAV
UV7R PLUJ. Tbey rure Comtlpation, SUIouanew
and Torpidity of the IJrr. M cent per hoi.
FOR SALE ItV DRt'UHISTS.
HIC1IAUDS0N & CO., St. Loiiitt, Mo.
Whole.ale aiioni for I.YMA K. I'lNKIl AM'H
HANKY'S Til ARB M .VNUAI.S-I'atiilcr.V' cl.
Carpenter, to Watcbnmker, and Jeweler, fwi .
Jlakor, W. Candytnaker, V). Tnxlilermlat, mi,
(iilder, V. Fnmitiiro and CabinHt Finltlier. 511,
Artlat, Hi'. Soapmnker, '4h. Home ehucg, as,
Wmid nngraver. a.'i. Of hnkaollon or hv mall.
JB8SK HANKY & CO., UH Niiaaau alri'tit N. X.
To Ncrvuui SiiH'cn'M-Tb urt Kuropeaii Rop.
f ilvHr. J H. rilliiimm'Siieclllo BlnllrlllP.
Dr. J.B. 8lniiaoir fpuclllr. Medlrlno I k poai
tlve cure for Mpermatorrlina, Impntenry, Wunkneei
and all dleeaei remiltlng from helfAhuen, aa Ner
vnua IKihllltv, Irrllahlllly, Muntiil Aiit(ly,I.Hniior,
I.aeelttidt', Dupreeeliin offplrllaand funi tloiml du
ran uii mun la of tho Nervoua Hyaieiu iienernll I'aln
In Hack or Hldei I.oaa of Memory, I'ri'iiiamrt' QUI
that load to Con
ty and an early
grave, or both.
No matter how
ayatum may h
from eicvaeea of
any kind, a abort
courao of IhlanindTuTiinwIllrtiHtorv luu loel luno
tluna and procure licallh and happliipae, whom bo
fore waa tIeiouiliticy and (!Iihiih Th Kpor.lllc
Medlcln la being ueud will) wonilerfiil auc
enra. J'amjililelaaentrreoloall. Wrilofor Ilium and
get mil particular,
I'rlco, Kpnclllr, l.oOper tiackniin. ot lx park
lie for !vno. Will bo eont by mall on rvcelpt ul
money, Addreaa all ordure,
I. n, HIMI'HON'H MRDICINR CO..
No. 104 end li Main Ht.. Buffalo, N, Y.
TO YOUNU MEN ANDOTIIEHS.
Wa acini on trial for tlilrly day our Kleclro-Vnl-lalo
Belli., Handa and 8upeuaorln, to yoiinir men
and others aud'erliiii from weikuoatu, norvoua do
blllty, loat vitality, loat mauhond, and muny 01 her
dieee. Wa Kitarantea apuedf curua and com
plot rcitoratloa of manlnmd, Addroaa without
delay, VOLTAIC BKLT CO. ManbaU Mich.,
aaroa. - Jiitu
IL-jrjmi. fi Ci. '
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Mix uiontha ,
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l'oitage In all caici prepaid.
. 1 50
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For one week, per equare 3 00
riii.ernl notice j 00
u'liiuariea ana rcaolutlon paiaed hy ouetle
ton cent per line.
Oeath and marriage free
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H'lhaequeiit Iniortlon ,, ., 50
nicni line or aoiid nonpareil conirttote a auare,
Ulaplayad advertlaemenl will he charged accord
inn to the apace oeropted. at above ratea-thera be
n' twelve llnee of lolld tvn t, ih. inch
To regular advortlaera we offer inparior Induce
Blent, both aa tri ratea of rkmto ninh. i
v-KiMujriug vuir lavora.
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t Co. a Newapaper Adverlialng Brean,(10 Spruce
aree'i w-bnre advertlaing contracta may be made
I r it In iew York.
(.oiuniunlcAtloua upon auhjecti of general intereat
to the public are at all time acceptable. Rejected
m itiuaorlpti will not be returned.
I.ettere and commnnlcattoua ahould h addreaitd
-Hi. a . nurneii uairo llllrol
ITEMS OF INTEREST-
Npbritka version: "She craily seizod
the krroseno to stiraiilHte the lire, and
the tenor who hail loved hor at the
funeral led tho choir."
Tbe Memr-non court company, now
performing at the Theatre Royal," Drury
lane, will accept one of numerous of
fers which havo been made to them to
give a series of performances in Amer
ica, Mr. Adolf Neuendorf!' bavin?; en
paged them fur a season at Wallack's
olf theatre in 18;5.
Some Boston people don't like a cer
tain class of books that are circulated
by the public library, and have been
giren a hearing. They propose to ex
purgate from the library the works of
Itboda Brougbton, Annie Thomas, Hel
en Matthews, Edmund Yates, Edgar
Fawct-tt, and lots of others.
John If. Oilman, an aged citizen of
Orono, Me., livod at fiilmnnton in 1816,
and mad! this memorandum: "June 7
and 8, 1816, ice made a quarter of an
Inch thick. Our neighbor Swain was
framing a bnrn on the 7th; the work
men had on overcoats and mittens, and
quit liticaii.se it snowed.'
Walter H. li.ilcb, of Boston, has re
covered $2,0)0, from William Cura
mings, whom he sued for $10,000 for
ruining his relations with his wife. Mr.
and Mrs, Balch tended Cummings
through a long illness, and the woman
became too fond of Ctituniiugs. Balcb
sued for divorce, but his affection over,
came him and ho withdrew the suit,
but began ono against Cummings.
Tbe big hotel at Rockaway, of which
Mr. John A. lUce, of Chicago, is man
ager, has already called for an mpeu
duure of more than a million dollars,
and may not be open until lato in the
season, if at all, this year. The first
subscription of $700,000 having been
expended before the hotel was half
completed, last year, trouble began to
appear, and the workmen, unable to
get their wages, were even threatening
to destroy the pile. Then Mr. Rice
was appointed receiver, and au account
just iiov rendered in court chows that
he has issued $239,201 in demand cer
tificates, and J'J7,039 in twelve-month
cer iticates for the further prosecution
of the work. It is hoped to reorgan
ize tbe company on a sound financial
basis, faiily protecting all interests in
volved. The store and dwelling honse of Dr.
Timothy Conkling, at Centerville, Cal.,
was blown to atoms by the explosion of
fifty pounds of giant-powder in the cel
lar of the building. The whole store,
building, and outhouses were wrecked,
and the goods and merchandise were
strewn all around to tbe distance of
fifty feet or more. The iron doors of
the cellar were carried over four hun
dred feet, and at that distance cut a
tree six inches in diameter, as though
cleft by an ax. Dr. Conkling was
thrown from his bed, and the building
fell upon him. He is hurt in the back,
head, and legs ana ins condition Is crit
ical. He is a relativo of ex-Senator
Roscoe Conkling. of Xew York. The
generally accented theory in Shasta is
that it was done by an enemy of the
doctor, with tl.o intention of killing
The last number of the yation con
tains a communication Horn Mr. W.W.
Corcoran, the eminent Washington
philanthropist, proposing an amend
ment to the constitution of the United
States by which it is to bo provided
that on tho meeting of Congress in
December, 1881, and every four years
thereafter, the houso of representatives
shall olect thrco members of tho senate,
whose names shall bo placed by (he
tellers in a box and drawn therefrom
by the speaker tho first drawn to be
president of (he United States, tho sec
ond vice-president, and the third presi
dent fi'u. tt'iii. of the senate, to suc
ceed each other in the same order
in the event of a vacancy by death
or otherwise. Mr. Corcoran thinks
that such hii arrangement would
ruino tho character of the aonute, would
prevent iulrigm) in thu niauttgeinout of
political conventions and would put
an end to 1I10 turmoil 0 presidential
A Fool Once More.
"For ten years my wife was confiucd to
her bed with such a complication of ail
ments that 110 doctor could tell what was
tho matter or euro her, and I used up a
small tort lino In humbug stuff. Six months
iigo I saw a U. S. flag with Hop Bitters on
it, and I thought I would be a fool onco
nioio. I tried it, but my folly proved to Iw
wisdom. Two bottles cured her, she is now
as well and Btrong as any man's wife, and
It cost mo only two dollars. Such lolly
pnysi II. W Detroit, Mich. Free Press.
Tho Doctors DiRBrree
As to the bust methods and remedies, ior
tho euro of constipation and disordered
liver and kldueyi, But thoio that have
DAILY CAIRO ' BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, JULY
used Kidney-Wort, agree that it is by far
tne oest medicine known, it action is
prompt, thorough and lasting. Don't take
pills and other mercurials that poison the
system, but by using Kidney-Wort restore
tne natural action ot all the organs New
Evils to bo Avoided.
Over-eating is in one scubo as productive
01 evu as intemperance in drinking. Avoid
both, and keep the blood purified with
Burdock Blood Bitters, and you will be re
warded witn robust health and au invigo
rated system. Price fl.00. trial size 10
Mrs., Lydia E. PisKiiAM, ','32 Western
avenue, Lynn, Mass., is rapidly acquiring
an enviauie reputation for the surprise
cures wnicii daily result from the use of
her Vegetable Compound in all female dis
eases. Send to her for pamphlets.
In Hot Water.
Orpha HI. Hodge, Battle Creek, Mich.,
write: "I upset a tea-ketteot boiling hot
water on my band. I at onco anolied
Thomas' Eclectric Oil, and the effect was to
immediately anay tne pain. I was cured
in three day.'' Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
To persons employed in constant mental
toil, study or anxiety, Fellows' Syrup ot
HypophosphitcB is especially adapted.
namely to Teachers, Clerrrymen, Editors,
Lawyers and impecunious business men.
Jfearly a Miracle.
E. Asenith Hall, Bioghainton, N. Y.,
writes : "I suffered for several months with
a dull pain through left lung and should
ers. I lost my spirits, appetite and color,
and could with difficulty" keep up all day.
My mother procured some Burdock Blood
Bitters; I took them as directed, and have
felt no pain since first week alter using
them, and am now quite well." Price
$1.00, trial size 10 cents.
Mary had a vaccine scab upon hoi
snow white arm, she warned her beau
to this effect for fear he'd do it harm.
But when they came to part that night,
sho gave a mighty grab, and whispered,
"Hug me awful tight, and never mind
Advice to the Girls
When a man chooses the profession of
law he does not expect to be a musi
cian and a journalist also; ho knows
that if he would succeed he must de
vote himself to the one chosen calling.
When a woman marries she realizes
that in order to reach lofty bights in
wife and motherhood she must sacri
fice lesser aims. She must be willing
to lay aside the delightful occupations
which have made her girlhood pleas
ant; she must know that from the hour
when her baby is laid in the cradle,
dressed with loving forethought, to
that darker hour when the mature man
lies down in bis last sleep, that she
will give full meaning to the words,
Constant care." Tbat her mind once
unfettered, will be at liberty no more,
but is bound by ties stronger than life
or death to those who have come to her
from out of the great unknown. Wait
while, girls; think it all over before
you promise to become wives to take
t hese duties aud burdens upon you.
Sweet and satisfying as are the obliga
tions of wife and mother, they are not
to be taken lightly. A husband must
not be looked upon as s sort of perpet
ual beau, and children are extreruelv
uncertain And improbable adjuncts.
Unless, liko William Meister. your ap
prenticeship ended, you reach out of
yourself and nsk for larger duties, for
a wider field of labor, you bad bettor
stay at homo with father and mother,
dignifying the relation of daughter,
filling tbe old-fashioned home with n
mild rndi.tncn which would seem but a
dim light in a new one. Son York
The Lobster Business.
From "The Lobster at Home," an
illustrated article by W. H. Bishop, in
Seribuer for June, we quote the follow
ing: "The factory opens on one end of the
wharf, close to the water. Two men
bring in the squirming loads on a
stretcher and dump the mass into cop
pers for boilinjr. At intervals the cov
ers are hoisted by ropes and pulleys,
and dense clouds of steam arise,
through which we catch vistas of men,
women, nnd childreu at work. Two
men approach the coppers with stretcher-and
scoop-nets, and they throw
rapid scooptuls, done to a scarlet,
backward over their shoulders. The
scarlet hue is seen in all quarters on
the steaming stretcher, in the great
heaps on the tables, in scattered indi
viduals on the floor, in a large pilo of
shells and refuse seeu thruugfi tho
open door, and in an ox-cart load of
the Ksino refuse, farther off, which is
being lakeu away for use as a fertil
izer. The boiled lobster is separated,
on long tables, into his constituent
parts. The meat of tbe many-jointed
tail is thrust out with a punch. A
functionary called a 'cracker' frees
that of the' claws by a couple of deft
cuts with a cleaver, and the connecting
aims are passed on to be tucked out
with a fork by tho girls. In another
department liie meat, is placed in the
cans. The first girl puts in roughly a
suitable selection of the several parts.
The next weighs it, aud adds or sub
tracts enough to complete- the exact
amount desired (0110 or two pounds).
Tim ucxt forces down the contents with
a stamp invented especially for tho
purpose. The next puts in a tin cover
with blows of a little hammer. Then a
tray is rapidly filled with the cans, and
they arc carried to the solderers, who
sen) them tight pxvepl for minute
openings in tho covers, and ptittlicm in
another tray, which, by means of a
pulUiy-luc.klu, Is then plunged in bath
caldrons, in order that tho cans may bo
boiled till tlio air is expolled from their
contents through tho minute openings.
Then they aro sealed up, mid ate boiled
again for several hours, when tho pro
cosj of cooking Is complete."
In our town resides a ladv who has suffer.
cd lor five years with swollen feet, writes
Mr. J. knptcr, Mohawk Hill. N. Y. Sho was
unable to walk nnd had to nan cruteh'ea.
Urged by some frieuds to trv St. Jacobs Oil.
she did So and intormod mo that her feet
wero better now than they had been for
many years and that she could "go
about" her work as Bhe did twenty years
IHttf ItlHHHtHI f
The docttfoo of cremation, whila 1
languishes in tho new world, Is making
rapid strides in tho old. To the cre
matories in Milan and Gotha will soon
be added one in Copeuhagen, where
tho movement has met with exception
al favor. At a mooting of tho Danish
Cremation society, held In Copenhagen
on May 31, it was shown that It counted
1,409 members, among whom were
The Tom legislature passed an act
to take effect July HO. eu titled: "An
act to punish buggage-smasbers." Tbe
act provides, by way of amendmont to
tho appropriate article of the penal
code, "that any baggage-master, ex
press agent, or hack-driver, or other
common carnm-, whoso duty it is to
handle, remove, tianvfer, or take cato
of trunks; valises, boxes, or other bag
gago, while leading, transporting, un
loading, transferring, delivering, stor
ing, or handling the same, whether or
not in the employ of any transportation
company or common carrier, who shall
maliciously, or carelessly, or recklessly
broak, injure, or destroy the said bag
gage shall bo deemed guilty of a uis
demeanor, aud on conviction be find in
a sum not exceeding yIOO; provided,
that a prosecution for a misdemeanor,
as proviilo I in this section, shall not
be a bar to an action for civil dam
age'." A new incipent of the Froudo-Car-Ivle
controversy has arisen in England.
Mr. Fronde recently sent to Carlyle's
niece, Mrs. Aiken Carlylo, a chock for
$7,5i)0, representing tho profits which
bad thus far arisen on the salo of tho
'lleminiscensfis." In acknowledging
tiio receipt of tho draft, the recipient
used expressions which showed that
she regarded the sum its her just right,
and not as a free gift of the donor.
The latter, acting uniler legal advice,
al onco stopped payment of tho check,
tieing warned that if it were received
in the spirit of tho written communi
cation he would render himself liablo
to account to all the members of tho
family, not only fur this sum, but for
anv oilier accruing from the literary
inherit.-ince to which ho had succeeded.
Mr. Fronde had therefore no alterna
tive but to adopt a course which can
not fall to aggravate the unpleasant
ness.existing between himself and sumo
members of his deceased frieud's
The returns published by tho minis
tries of agriculture and commerce aud
of public education show that savings
banks are rapidly establishing them
selves in popular favor throughout
Fi ance: for at the end of last year tho
total number of deposits was J, 838. 42 7,
as compared with 3,107,'Jol at the end
of IH3; so that thcro was an increase
of ilWM, or nearly 10 per cei-.V, while
the total of tne aniouuts paid 111 was
16,720,000, or .o"0,0'K) more than in
1870. At the end of the year the differ
ent savings banks had ou deposit a sum
of o,120,0o0,000, this being more than
double the sum wliich they hold on do
posit six years ago. Concurrently with
tho ordinary savings bank tlicro are
the school savings banks, which wero
only institnleTl a few years ago, but
which also seems to bo doing well; for
they now eit in 14,006 diffnreiit com
munes, and o02,000 scholars havo
money on deposit in them.
Eleven years ago a little girl living
in Dorchester was presented on her
sixth birthday, by a favorite uuclo, with
a valuable garnet and pearl ring. Tho
little miss wore it a few times; extraor
dinary care was supposed 1 1 have been
taken of it. hut suddenly the ring was
missing, nnd thorough search could
not discover it. Tne other day the
door-bell of the houuti from whiuli tho
ring whs lost was rung, and by chance
tho former little girl that lost it an
swered the boll to liud the postman of
tho district with a greasy-looking envel
ope in bis hand, addressud to her
mother. On opening tho letter it was
found to contain the long-lost ling.
There was nothing to show wuero it
had como from, and thore are no
rounds for any suspiciou. Beyond a
irty pioco of cotton-batting thore was
nothin"' but tho ling in the envelopo,
which was us fresh and
bright as wuon
THE ONLY MEDICINE!
fl U RITHKU llqUI) OB Dili FOBS
Thai Act nttlieannie time 011
TBS ZIYSM, T3i BOWHS,
AM TSI KIDEZTS.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
firmuit m allow thttt ortat orqnin tr
ibtcmni clooatti or lornid, and noiwuom
humor$ar Mrbr forctd into (it b!ool
I mat MOMdOi upturn naturally.
WILL 8URELY CURE
PILKM, CONSTIPATION. CIRINAHY
DISEASED, reU ALE WEAKNESSES,
AN If NEUVOCS IHSOItDEltS,
by (wulityfi ft action nf Vmt orqani ami
tutoring thtir iowtr to throw (iff dlitait.
: Why auffer Bllioua paid and arliaaT
Why tormented with Pllei, ('onitlpatlont
(Why frlfthtened oter disordered Ktdnryat
Why adur nr? oaa oralrk headache!
Vh KIDNKT-WOHTund rHci n Mth.
It I put up la lry Vegetable For In tin
can on package of wJbleb make alt quart of
medlHoe, AIM In UU ferea, very t)a.
trateA, for tho thatoaifoet readily prepare It.
11 HIT IT Of TOVB DRIKWIST, PKICB, tl,lU
U . WELL!, BICHA BDHOS fio., Prop'., H
li (Will endtb dry popald.) tmilWTOS.Vf.M
I Wit eel wnn hum emeieney hi eiiaet rnrm. I
SJ3""" ""I'M. ....M...... , ., M...........
;Sold by PAULG. SCHUH, CAIRO, ILLiS
M1, , , , ,, M
"Worth Its Wei wit in Gold.
G 11 r e S
EIIEUMATISM, COUGHS AND n
IIEUMATISM, COUGHS AND I
TTF.mr ATNH miimic ivt V
Sold by nil
Co to I'Al'LC.
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For sale by C. W. Hendersoii, Cairo, Illinois.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of
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The Equitable Life Assurance Society was the first to in
TONTINE SAVINGS FUND POLICY,
And thereby to popularize life
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Territories, lttK Dearborn Street, Cfaicmrv.
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the United States.
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