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E2" CURE
rhledlf Hrfcntlatinl to-uMV Hi!r thnt moet
dUuaae lira cauaeil hy (llmrdcret Kidney or l,lv.
er. Jl, tbeteforu. ttitt Kidney fid l.lvir arc lo:pl in
perfect order, perfect heallli will be the rnull.
I bia truth Lin only boon known a iliorl lime nnd
for year puopla cuferedjtreat goiiy without ba
ins ahle to lltid mlift. Tho dlecovcry cf Warner'
Safe Ulriney aud Liver Cure inirki a new era lu
tb treatment of then trouble. Md from a
imple tropical leaf ot ram value, it contain Jnl
the element nereaeary to nourish and liiviKorate
lKtb of. Iheaa irriialgriruj, and anfHy reauire and
keep them In order. It la a I'OMTtYK R KM BUY
for all the cllacasei that cauae) patne In the lower
imrtof the liody-lur TorpM I.ivei-Headache
aiindlce Dixislnokn travel- r"ever. syua Visit
jlal Kover, and all dlfflcuUlHa of the Kidneys, Mver
and Crlnary Ori;aDa.
It 1 an rxcellent and aafe reined y for fenniW dur
ing Preutiancy It wlil control Menstrual ii.n nnd
1 Invaluable for be corrida or lallinic of the
Womb.
Aa a Illood PnrlDi-r it ie iinequnlwl, fur It rurr
tbe organ that niak toe blood.
HEAD THE BEC'OKI)
'Heaved my llfe."-E. B. I.aknly. Mm a. Alt
It la the remedy thai w ill cure the manv ilia-
aae peculiar to w .men." Mother' .VUua.ioc.
"It hat paed aeere toats and won emlnree
tneutu from ime of the hk'huet medical talent lu
the eonutry. ' New York Wor'.d.
"No remedy heretofore rtlacovrred ran be held
for one moment in eompart.on with it H'-v. ,'.
A. Harvey, 1 f) ., Wablugtoii, V. C.
Tbii Ueiuedjr, whlrh hattlono roeh Wntdcrx. In
put op lo the LAK'iKhT SIZED BUTTLKS of any
medicine npon the market, and la sold by druim"
nd all d.-l'-re t II per Iwmle. Kor J Jinlx t
enquire f'.r WAKNEK'S S.U'K DIAUGTK t'L KE
It J a POSITIVE Remedy.
II. U. WAKNEIt .'".. Koc heater, N. Y.
MRS. LYDIA E. P1HKHAM!
OF LYNN, MASS.
nivovu'.r.n fr
LYDIA E. P.NKHAM'8
VESETABLS COMPOUND,
TTi Pnlt'T Cir
For all Female Complaints.
Tlita preparation, u ti nam atgnJBea, eooatata of
Vegetable Propertlea that ara hanulM to the moat dal
Ira. Invalid, t'poa one trial the merit of thle Com
pound will he reervnliMt, an relief in Immediate ; and
when lu n la cmtuiuJ. In nlwty njia swaee In a a an.
drad,aparmanntearUetTftlthoiiindl will tea
tlfy. Oa aeeoont of Iti proven mertta, It li twlayr
rnnuneoded aod praaeribed by tba ben pbytlcUna Id
tbaeounlry.
It U1 eura anttroly tba orrt form nf flUnt
of tba uurua, Leoeorrtx, Irregular and painful
Mentnua.otL, all Oraruui Trouhlva, InlUmmartoo and
Ilea rati on. Flood !u, all ltapl&eementa and tha coo
aeqoeot aploal waalrneaa, and la especially adapted tl
tha Change of life. It will dlwol.a and nprl tumara
frara tha a tana In an early tge of developinent. Tba
tendency to eaneermia humori titera la checked vary
iiwadlly by Ita vae.
In fac It nei proved to ha tha fraat
aat and beat remedy that baa aver been dlaeover
ad. It permeate every portion of tbe ayatem, and gtvaa
saw life and vigor. It reninvra falntneaa.Aatnleney, da
atroya all craving f or illinulanta. and relievea weakseea
ot tba itomacb
A eurea Bloating, fteadai-bea, Nerroua Troatratloo,
Oaoaral Debility. Sleeplean'a, OepreMlon and Isdl
gaatlon. That feeling of bearing down, culng pain,
weight and barkacbe, la alwaya permanently cured by
Ita nee. II will at all tlinea, and under all etrcumatan
cat, act lu harmony with tha law that gumma tha
female ayatem.
For Kidney C'oniplalni. of either ai tola eaupound
la usaurpaaaad.
Lydia t. PinMiam's Vegetable Compound
la prepared at M and tMWenUrn Avenue, Lynn. Max.
Prlea f 1 00. Aiz hntllra for i tV nt by mail In tha
form of pllla, alio In tbe form of Ixirvwrea. on receipt
of price, $1., per boi, for elthor. Mra. HSiCIUM
freely anawera all Ictton of Iivi1it Hend for pm
phlot. Addroiw aa alwvn ilml i.ii tint pnptr.
So family ahould lie with-it I.YP1.V V- I'IKEIUM'
LiVIRPIUA They euie Cnnrfli-atK B, FUlouxntia
aadTornldltr of theLivr t me iier box.
FOR KALE BY DUUOG1STS.
HICHARDSON Si CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Vholeiale ?euta for LYDIA K. riNKHAM'8
VogoUble Compound.
HANKY'S TKADR MANUALS Palutnr..Virta.
C'arpentt-r, t. Watchmaker, nrnl Jeweler, !K
lkur, TiU, C'andymaker. M Taxlderiuiat, N.
Ollder, ML Furniture and Cahlnel Kitilelior, Mt.
Artint, 50. (ioapmaker, 95, Horae ahoea,
Vood etik'ravsr. tfi, Of Imokaollera or bv mall.
JKSSE UANEY CO., 119 Naaaau atroet N X.
SIEJJH'AL.
To Nmou HunVrri-Tln dret Kuropt Rti Roi.
edv-Hr. J. H. Mml'iion'iiSiioflHc Mctlldne.
Dr. J.B. Blmpaott'a ISpeclflc Jledlcine la a poal
tlve cure for Spurmntnrrhea, Itn potency, I'nkneM
and ill dleeaeea rcatiltlim from Sulf-Abuw. a Ncr
voiiayebllitv.Irrllablllly.Mciitnl Atuleiy.Uutfimr,
LaaaltiitUi, IHipreaeitin of Hpirltn itntl fnnr duel do
raiiRemunta of tbt) Nervoua Myaiem gelierallv 1 ainj
in Back or Hide, Lnaanf Memory. Treniature Olo
Ane aiidfliHeMca I ILrnBI
inni icna w .mu
timptionluaani
ty and an early
crave, or both.
No matter how
abnttored tha
eyitem may be
fromoxreaaea of
nv kind, a ahon
rouraa Of thla medli.lnn will reelum Ii.h ioat fuuc
tioui andprocure health and happiucaa, where bo
fore waa duapouduncy and gloom. 'I ha Kpeclllc
Medicine la being uiod with woudvrftil auu
ceea. I'anintilnti lent free to all. Write for thorn and
set full particular,
Price., Sparine 11 .(K) per package, ot tlx park
aftea for n.on, Will ho au( by mall on receipt of
motley. Anareaa an ornera,
J. B. SIMrBON'H MEDICINE CO.,
Noa. 104 anl IU Main Ht HnfTalo, N. Y
TO YOUNG MKN AND OT1IKU8.
We aend on trial for thirty tlaya our JCIortro Vol
tale, Bella, llitiida and Huapenaorlra, to yottnit ntun
and other auffurlatf tram wunknoaaui. nervoua de
bility, Ioat vitality, loat niHtiliood, and ninny other
dlaeaaoa. We uuaranlne aoeedv eurea aud com-
ylota runtoratUm of manhood. Addraii without
dmay, YULTAlv oBLT CU. staranau uich.,
TV-"' 17
tilt. I
THE
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
tiat noBHtna fiioyDAT irearfiD).
rirgeat CirouUtioa of ny DaUy In
Southern niinoia.
Otflce; Bulletin BdJIuIhk, VMUnctoa Ivenne
CAIRO, ILLINOU.
Stibaiorlptioxp It a, t t
tAJLT.
Dally (delivered by carrleri) per waaf. $ 36
Br mall (In advance) one year 10 00
HUtoontha , 6 00
Three montha 3 50
One mouth 1 00
wxaaxt.
By mail (lu advance) ane year W)
8U month 1 On
Threo month 50
To clulu of Un and over (per copy) 1 60
I'oaiaso In all caaei prepaid.
Advertising Ratei;
uaar.
Flrat Inaertinn. per ayuare 1 1 00
Hubaequent Lnaortlooa, per aqaare 50
For one week, per aquare 8 00
Funeral notice 1 00
Ohltnariea and reaolutlona paned by aoUetle
U-n cent per line.
I'eatha and marnacea free
WfMLT.
Klrat Inaertion, per aqnare $100
Huha4ncut Inanition 50
Kifhl line of aolld nonpareil eonatlrateaauuare.
Diaplayed advertlaemenl will be charged accord
ing to tha apace occupied, at above rate there be
inu; twelve lino of aolid type to tbe Inch.
To reirular advertiaar we offer (npartor Induce
ment, both aato ratei of charge and manner of
d'atilayinK their favor.
'I hia paper may he found on die at Geo. P. Rowall
Co. 'a Newtpaper Advertising Berean, (10 Spruce
aireeti where advertising contract may be mad
f .r it In New York.
Communication! upon aubjactaof general Interaat
to the public are at all times acceptable. Rejected
01 iimairlpta will not be returned.
Utter and communication" ihould be addrenad
"Z. A. Burnett Cairo Illlnol "
The Cairo Prims Current
Office Waflhiuffton Avenue,
(CortiorTwelfth Street.)
Tm CAtno rmcia Cl'BHBMT la publtahcd every
Tnaaday and Friday from tbe office ofTii Cairo
Botaitin, md I intended to Hive a trtid report of
.ne condition of the market on day of publication,
and the publisher truat tbtt full and eoinplote
quotation will he given by tbe bualnen men of tbe
Cltv.
TERMS. -One rem, rcopy On all order of
V or more, of same dale, tbe suliacriher'i nam
will be printed without extra rbarge. Order for
extra copiei muat be received by 10 o'clock a. ,
on day ol pnbllration.
The Market.
Thckbdat Evening, July Wth,
The wtathtr in ctxd and pleftsaijt, or
rather it would be pleasant couli we have
a lew hour or days of rain to clear the air
and tcttlu the cluudsot' dust that rises from
the parclii'd atwt with every movement of
animate aud inanimate action. In fact,
we are in thu midst of an apparently end
less drought: vegetation is drying and
shii.eliutf up, and agriculturists are almoat
in detpair.
The nwket is bare of flour and corn,
rtcceipts of everything else is very light.
Prices are generally firm and unchanged.
KI.urn The movement is very small,
but the general feature of the market re
mains without change.
HAY Stocks are fair tor the dennind,
arrivals are light.
CORN The market is entirely bare, not
enough comes in to keep prices regular.
Offerings of white would command 50
cents to-day.
OATS The supply at present is limited,
but advices received give promite ot largo
receipts next week. The demand is fair
ami prices firm.
MEAL Steady and unchanged.
BHAN Prices have a tendency to ad
vance. BUTTKK Very little choice comes in
and that little sells readily at good prices.
KGGS Scarce nnd in demand. Re
ceipts of guaranteed fresh eggs would sell
at ten and eleven cents to-day.
CHICKENS Choice young chickens aro
in lair demand.
Sales and Quotations.
50TE. The irire here Kiveti are lor alea from
flrat band In round lot. Au advance li
charged for broken lota in ftlliiiu order.
FLOUR.
Mt boll Patent "
ino " choice H 25
ion Fancy W
II AY.
4 car choice Timothy
1 enr Timothy
1 car Pralrta
4 car Bed Top
COKN.
5 cat mixed, In hulk
5 i ail chide whit, I httlk..
OATS,
tl car choice, lu bulk
I car choice In aacka
4. car netv In bulk
14 110
ii on
8 on
7 w
:ivj4n
41
WHEAT.
No. 4 Bed, per hit.
No. VHed Pea
1 11
l n
.VEAL,
Kt lible City.
HKAN.
MKUaikl
VO lack
BtTTTEK.
4txi pound Northern Wfra
Win pound choice 8
M0 puimria Southern Illlnol In$1!
ino pound common northern l!k$ll
itnodoaeti
5oo doxen
600 doMU Freih,
TVBKBTR.
, i on a t oo
Lite, Pr dos.,
CUICKENH.
4 caopi good young Itl
coop cSalo young 00
tleoopihen d i"l 5
CABBAGE.
N. O, pr cratt...
iMMKItllMI
00l
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; FKIDAY MORNING,
ONIC.JS.
Per bin..
POTATOES.
KarlvRote
Peach Blows
Sev poutoei per bbl
CRANBERRIES.
Per bbl
FRt'IT.
10 hoxea peach
60 boxe Touistoe
CIDER.
1 00
none
none
1 iW
Ptrbarral
.5 0
WOOL
Tubwaahed ;85
t'nwabed
LAUD.
Tierce,..
Half do...
Bucket .
Ki'-i
11
li
BACON.
Plain ham...,
8. C. Ham . .
Clear vide.,.
Hbonlder ...
.ml
A.60
SALT.
St. John fl 60
Ohio Klver 1 M
SACKS.
J- bnahel burlap
S huihel '
5 biuhel "
DKIKD FRUIT.
I'sacbea, halve! and quarter
Apple, bright
I?4
11
I1EANK.
Choice caw t (tv&'i M
Choice uiedluin 1 Ttll 0u
CHEE8S.
Choice, Factory lU!lt
Cream l'JH
BEESWAX.
TALLOW.
HIDES.
v ...
a..
Calf, Green
Dry Flint
Dry Halt
.... II
11
:;::: vi
.. ..Wlil
hOruen Salt
Oreen
Sheeu Pelte, dry ,
6 heap I'elt. green
TOBACCO.
Common Lug
Good lupi
Low Leaf
Medium Leaf
i T.Vlo if,
t na
4 V6t li!
5 ima 8 n"
Good Leaf. .WCt
RATKS OF FREIGHT.
Mempbi SwOran Way
Graluperfwt ISVt " tf -f e
Hay perCwt V, " 171, ! ct
Flour per bbl SS ' 10 in i-ii
Pork per bbl oo ' tt
Warner's Safe Kidney anil Liver Cure.
A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. .Neglect frequently re
sults iu an Incurable Lung disease or C'ou
HUtnptiou. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the btoinach like cough syrups
aud balsams, but act directly on the intlam
cd parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, nnd
the Tbrot 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 aud constant use for nearly
au entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 25 cents a
box everywhere.
A Friend in Need.
Time over aud again Thomas' Ecleclric
Oil has proved it salutary friend to the dis
tressed. As a reliable curative for croup
in children, sore throat and bronchial affec
tions, and os a positive external remedy for
pain, it i a never-failing antidote. Paul
G. Schuh, Agent.
A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY.
For the speedy cure of consumption and
all disease that loud to it, such as stubborn
cuughr neglected colds, bronchitis, hay
fever, asthma, pain iu the side and chest,
dry hacking cough, tickling in the throat,
hoarseness, sore throat, and all chronic or
lingering diseases of the throat and lungs,
Dr. Kiug'i New Discovery has no equal
and has established for itself a world-wide
reputation. Many leading physicians
recommend and use it iu their practice.
Thn formnla from which it is prepared is
highly recommended by all medical jour
nals. The clergy and the press have com
plimented it in the most glowing terms.
Go to your druggist and get a trial liottle
free o? cost, or a regular size for $1. For
sal by Geo. E. O'Hara, Druggist, Cairo,
HI. (!J)
An Ohio Girl's Foot.'
An Albany shoe factory has roceired
a diagram of a foot from a trustworthy
correspondent of Sandusky. O. Tho
girl plncnd her bnro foot upon n sheet
of puper, ami a peucil-mark was
liawu close nrotind tho outline!. This
foot as shown by th diagram, is ex
actly 17 inches long, 7 inches widn nt
the widest pnrt, and could takai a N.
2!) boot, though a No. Hi) would be just,
thfl thing. The ball of the foot is 19
inches around, inslep 18$ inchus, ami
the hoel measures 22 inches. Tho
ankle measures llij inches. This im
mense pedal adorns tho person of MisS
Mary Well, of Simltiskv, O., whose
weight is U' pound., nnd she is b it 17
years old. 7Voy Tiwt.
.
He Wants $101,000.
A suit fur 5101. ft'iO hits been brought
by a man in California against the
Contval Pacille railroad for tho loss of
his horse, wago.n, and tivn children.
Tho company, he charges, carelessly
built a covered bridge nonr the . road
crowing and planted troos. so that
travelers could not see or henr the up-
proacii or a iriiin; ami inc. nve children
were traveling upon the highway- in a
wagon, rained at $2W drawn" by a
gontlo horse valued at; $HM. efnnd
ant's train came dashing along nt the
rate of thii'O-tivo milos nn hour, with
out Tinging a hell or blowing a whistle,
and ran into the wagon, hilling all the
children nnd the horse and destroying
tho waon. The plaintiff has stislainod,
great damage, to-wii: First, in the
loss of the services of tho live children,'
andtholomof iheir aorietv, and by
reion of groat, menial anguish and
sutl'oiing occasioned by the death of
said children, in the sum ot JliXU'HW;
second, damages in the sum of jnoo,
which was nenessnrily expended hy
plaintiff in and about the. burial of the
children; third, the sum of 5;1(X), tho
vuliio of the hoi-jo and wagon killed
S&& duti'UV;l.
INDIGESTION
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Deaf as a Post.
Mrs. W. J. Lang, Bethany, Out., states
that for fifteen months she was troubled
with a disease in the ear. causintr entire
deafness. In ten minutes aftpr nunir
Thomas' Eclectric Oil, she found relief, and
in a short time sho was entirely cured and
ner ncaring restored, i'aut u. Scliuh, Agt.
Tho Other Teller.
How easy it is to the shis of oth
er people. Even a child can do Ihnf.
A Boston Sunday-school superintendent
tells us of nn experience of his, in
proof of this truth. One Sunday he
found iu his school a rlas4 of urchins,
recently gathered in from the streets,
without a teacher for the day; so ho
took them in hand. He came rijht
down to the first principles and talked
of niti and salvation. Ouo of his point
ed question was: "N there any sinner
iu thii clas?" Instantly tho answer
crime from one of the brightest of the
boys, who pointed at the end of the
seat, uud said, "Ye, that feller down
there.'' . That boy was more outspoken
than he would have been if he had been
longer in tho school; but bis mode of
living wan much like that of those long
under Christian training. There is no
sorrow like our sorrow, and no sin like
"that feller's down there." Sunday
Sdiool Tours.
Summer Clothes for Children.
A 1ooh shirt, liunn jacket nnd short
linen trowsers are tho right summer
dress for a healthy boy a dalmarica
and light straw hat for a healthy girl
in a country where tho six warmest
months approach the isotherms of
Southern Spain. No wadded coals, no
drawers, and in the name of reason, no
flannels nor shoes and stockings, un
less the mud id very deep or the road to
school recently aotidamized. The long
lived races ot Eastern Europe would
laugh at the idea that the constitution
of m normal human lwing could he en
dangered by an April shower, or that
in the dog days "health and decency''
require a woolen cuticle from nock to
fool. Have dogmas and horcays en
tirely closed our i-eiiso! to thrt language
of itisliuct, to the meaning of the dis
comfort, the distracting uneasiness un
der tho burden of a load of caloric cov
ers and bandages, while every pore of
our skin cries out for relief, for the
cooling influence of the free open air?
Keep your children under loek and
key, lest the sun should spoil their
complexion or their morals, lei. them
pass their days in an underground
dungeon, like Kasper Ilauser, but do
not loail tliem wnu woolen trappings at
a lime w hen even a linen robe becomes
a Nessus-shirt. There is a tory of a
glutton bHng cured by a friend who
persuaded him to eat and drink noth
ing for twenty -four hours without put
ting an equivalent in quantity nnd
quality into an eartheu crock, and the
next day made him inspect the colUrU
nne.a; and on the same principle a per
son of common sense might perhaps be
redeemed from the slavery of the dress
mania, by making him wrap up his
complete, suit of traps and weigh the
bundle; he would Hud that the stnnmer
dress of a fashionable gentleman out
weighs tho inter coat of the most, hir
sute brute of t he w ildornes. A grizzly
bear, shorn to tho ekiu, would yield
about tou pounds of hair and wool; but
a dandy's accoutrements flannel un
dershirt, drawers, shoes, stockings,
starched overshirt, waistcoat, cravat,
black dre.s coat and pantaloons
would weigh at least fourteen pounds.
Habit mitigates the evil, though there
are limes when tho martyrs of fashion
suffer more in a single hour tliau a
ragged Comanche in the coldest winter
week; but, for boys and young girls,
calorific food and woolen clothes cer
tainly make the sunniest diiys the sad
dest in the year. Dr. Lhiriwl, inj'oj
utor JSriciirc Jfoitthtu.
Mr. John Meubeh, Titusville, l'a., re
lates the followinc: On mnnv occasions I
have had to use St. Jacobs Oil in my fam
ily. Jtiy naugnrcr Biuieren tor nine weeKS
with severest rheumatic, nnins. The first
application ot St. .lacobs Oil gave prompt
relief. The imms left, theswellinir subsid
ed, and in three day's time she had the use
of her limbs ncain. One bottle cured her,
THfe ONLY MEDICINE
11 EITHKU LIQUID OB DBT IOBX
. . Thnt Actant theaame time on
TE3 LIVSX, IXI BOWSLS,
IKD m KIBBITS.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
Jltraut in allow that artat oraani to
Ibtcomt doygtU ir forjdtf, anil lioiionwti
htumrtart ihtrtfor forctd into V blood
I Mai thouMbt ixptllttl naturally,
WILL SURELY CURE
KIDNEY DISEASES,
LIVER COMPLAINTS,
PILF.S. CONSTIPATION, URINARY
DISEASES, FEMALE WEAKNESSES,
ANM NERVOUS DISORDERS,
by earning fit action of thm organ and
rotoring thrir poiwr to tirow off dinai.
I Why MlTr Blllou pain and achaat
Why torintd tilth FIIm, Conatlpatlonl
4 Why frightened over dlordrd) Kidney!
Why ndur rvnn or ilrk headchil
Um KIONE V.WOttTonrf rtjntet in hutUh.
HI put up In Drj Vetelabl Faria, In tin
canaooenaelwKeof vchlrh nukaa ala quart of
raadlrtn. il'o In LlqwU Faraa. vary Coaaaa.
traWd. for tbow that caifml readily praftra II.
I tflt arli wltb equal efflolrnoy In aifar form.
on rr of Torm drooowt. pricb, i.no
WELLE, B1CHARB8(M A o Prop's, I
CWIU ad th dry poat-patd.) . nuSwTCB.Tt.
n v u m
JULY 29, 1881.
8 P RING BLOSSOM.
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Aroirni Its "Wekuit in Gold.
C u r e S
EHEUMATISM, COUGHS AND
IIEUMAT1SM, COUGHS AND
HEUMATIS1I. COUGHS AND
DIPHl'EEEIA,
DIPHTHERIA,
DIPHTHERIA,
Sold hy all Druists.
Go to I'AUJ, O. SCJiUir, Druggist,
Dyes. For brightness and durability
pounds, price 15 cents.
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Used and approved by the leading PHYSI
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
The moet Valuable
Family Remedy
known.
SOSES,
BKTX DISEASES. HITEHMATISllir
CATAMH. HEM0EHHOIDS. Etc.. Alan for
CnnoYt fnlila KoraThrnaLCrnnn
Try thorn. 25 and 80 cmt sixes
CaAMD MEDAL. AT THE PII1LADEIJHI A "
H1LVCB HEDAL AT TUh rABItt EXPOSITION. COLGATE tScCON.Y.
For sale by C. )V. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of the United States.
lO BKOADWAY NEW YOKK
Assets, $38,000,000.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society was the first to in
troduce the
TONTINE SAVINGS FUND POLICY,
And thereby to popularize life
.inknown.
W. N. cA'AlNK, General Manager for Illinois, Iowa, briwk,
Territories, 108 Dearborn Street, ChicHtfw.
A. BURNETT, Ac?ent.
0)mer Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois .
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.PJIICE 50 cents nnd $1.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Frecmans' 'ew National
of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
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Pomado Vaseline,
Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor Ice,
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
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For the
Treatment n:
W0TJJIDS. BURNS.
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and Tlinhtherin ate
An agreeable form of tak
ing Vaseline internally,
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of all oar goods,
M'dViv.i.
Surplus, $7,500,000.
insurace to a degree before
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